The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00090
 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 18, 1936
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00090
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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THE. LEAD Lt.ENn.LPvn1'rtPRISE j 1



I Florida City Plans Water Cc OF C. TOLD SUBMITTED 1937 I I



;.: PIAAIDfPA- ''I Principals Announce Latest Additions NEW{ HOMESTEAD EQUIPMENT j

I To Redland District Teaching Staffs -- I,

-- THE WXATUCft Company to Make Survey

PROJECTS TO A first week enrollment of 1072 announce*} latest additions to Red- O5t....I vwtkrr ...... tl the. ufeti'Wktl Of Rural CustomeJ't
,., .
pupils In the Redland, Homestead land school faculty as follow: fJ.- >"t .t ltn MnHMyjn*. PfcvM Possibilities '
and Florid school will bate iMax;,Mill:; BaTTSaii i
City be Miss Rebecca Fisher, music and L_
; taught by 51 teachers.14 of whomare voice, a graduate of Indiana I Sept. 11 | 89 | fl. ;i30.011| 1.11
BE PREPARED beginning their tint,fear to University; hat taken graduate Sept 12. ..' 81 f I 7| 2990 .OS ALL POINTS GAINED :
Redland District faculties. work In the University of Wisconsin Sept. 13... at | It .OS BUT RATE DECREASE
Redtond has 241 and taught for the past three Sept. 14 89 I TO 30.03 .10 I
Sept IS 81 TO 30.01''!
pupils and 247 Junior and senior yean in Pekin, Ind., her hometown .10
r Livingston and Hook high school pupil Homestead ha where she directed the Pekln Sept It ._... 88 | 73 ,2B."[ 08 Not Possible in View of t
Committee Appointed 284 In the elementary grades and High School band. Sept 17 __. .1| It i 88 ,,28931' .19 Contemplated Expense '

by Council 296 In the Junior and senior high Miss Louise Brannan of Headland Say Powe
ichooL The Florida City school, Ala., horn economics; graduate CUT VALUATIONS
: comprising the tint six grades has of Alabama Polytechnic Institute Replacement of the magneto
\V ILL REMOVE FE 34 pupils in Auburn. type telephone! which has In be
fo F Principal Carl Wagner yesterday Miss Florence Braman Cobble- 25 TO 75 PER CENT cranked to signal the operator,

skill, N. Y., study hall and library: with equipment that automatli ally
: ''Community House of CITY TO GET BOY graduate of New York State College IN FLORIDA CITY signal the switchboard when Un
., for Teachers; taught last year receiver I* lifted has been placed
tive Rock Also to be at Franklin, N. Y. on a IUbliU.dWOIram for im ,i
Applied for PATROL POUCE Mrs. Mary Furry..t 3rd grade; I provero! nl lQ' >Florid drIpIl19S7.! ,
graduate of St.Mary's High School 40 .MmUvy <'Willr'M etl Vet P"I'owi; *tat *+tiiaafcgt. and 14

A municipal water system, BADGES BELTS St Mary C.., and of Andrew Year's Budget Total- A. B. Dooley, district manager, of
sewage disposal plant and College,Cuthbert, Ga.;taught three ing $6,165A the "o / hem Bell Telephone andTelegraph
Co., told Redland District
"community house will be years at St. Mary's.Miss
by the town of Florida City Shirley Harkness of Princeton Chamber of Commerce committee
the public work and work pro.h. Parks to Begin Training cadet and substitute teacher; decrease of 7S per cent In the here Wednesday afternoon.
administrations, the 2 Squads of 8 Eachon graduate of Redland High School I valuation of unimproved real estate Mr. Pow said he would give the
council voted Tuesday ..ht.A. MondayThe and Florida State College for Women and of 25 per cent In the valuation chamber definite confirmation of
R. Livingston and E. L. ; her first year of teaching of improved property In Florida this within 30 day
Homestead civil engineers Mrs. GreenRives, who had the City was shown when the tax Mr. Pews came down from
with water work and school boy traffic patrolbe library and study hall at Redland roll for 1938 was presented to the Jacksonville to attend the conference -
pawl plant construction sewage established la the area near the (Continued on Page Six) 'town council Tuesday night by Tax arranged with the commit.
maintenance, with Homestead schools under the training Assessor J F Rohrer. tee by Mr. Dooley fallowing I letter
procedure of King W. Parks state high.Way from the chamber two week
applying for federal The council proceeded Immediately -
draw plan and project prepare, patrolman, will be equippedby FIRE GUTS HOUSE to fix 49 mill a* the tax ago which asked the replacementof
the city with Sam Brown belts,
timate In co-operation rate on the total assessment of the antiquated telephones: rebuilding
a committee badges or other Insignia deemed $18393383, less $31,86979 de- of rural lines destroyedby
1 composed of
(Continued on Page Two) necessary to'apprise the public of AS NEW TENANTS ductible in homestead exemptions storms and a reduction ol at
their authority when on duty Th This mlllage Is necessary to least 25 per cent ui present telephone -
city council at It* special safety rte The chamber of
meet a budget totaling ",105.
session Wednesday voted to give SEEK OCCUPANCY I (Continued on Page Four)
TO INVESTIGATE W'I the mayor full authority to purchase The assessor's books listed unimproved -
at .91228,
this equipment I property $107
VALUE OF RAISED Mr. Parks will begin training two 2:30 A. M. Blaze Wednes- improvement at $71,45628 and :MINISTERS SET
squads of eight boys each, select day Burns ClothingJust personal property at $8fl25.00.
ed from the seventh to the tenth Florida City's itemized budget i OCT.11ASGOTOCIIURCUSUNDAY
1 STOPVARMNGS\ grades. Inclusive, on the basis ol Moved in I la a* follow:
scholarship personal habits and General' expenseSanitation $1.885 ,
leadership. Before and after Fire of unknown origin virtually .. 1.000
school and during recess periods gutted a tram house on Fifth Electricity: _. __ boo j. .
\ Council Listens Also two of Krome Park __ soo I
they will be stationed in shifts of street door west Street end! I -
Civic Clubs Plea onT tight one a. each of the following avenue, early! Wednesday morning. Fire .. 100 Attendance to Be Counted
Blind Corners Intersections: First avenue and I few hours before it was to have Public Buildings 100
I Fifth street, First avenue and been occupied by Wm. M. Johns, Slaking Fund. .. '_',.. 3,160 j'I at AH Services in
Sixth street First avenue and correspondent of a Miami newspaper + + DistrictGotoOiurch
; The effectiveness and practicability Seventh street Second avenue and and hit wife and sister-in- Total _--- i6,fe'J
I '- of raised letter stop fifth street, Second avenue and law. Clothing and other personal Taxes paid in November will be I I Sunday( will beobserved
such a* Coral Gable hat on Sixth street Second avenue and effect that the John family bad discounted 4V; m December 3%, In the Kedland District
I ) street, will be investigated by Seventh street At recess Second Moved Into the house the day be- In January 1%, and February, on OrU. according ta pUns
I committee appointed Wtdne venue and Seventh street will be I fore were damaged to the amountof 1%. From February on, no discount: t made by the JUdUftd District
night at a special meeting of left unpatrolled and two boys will $100,161r. Johns said. will \e allowed.FloridaBound. Ministerial AsMdatiun at Its
I city council called at the be placed at Second avenue and I Damage to the house, owned by I '. monthly meeting it the home of
I of a.joint clvle club and C. Z. Saunders of DonaldaonvUleGa ,
: of I Sixth street to regulate- battle at Chorus the Bev. and Mr C. N. Walker
commerce committee to consider the intersection where pupil from .. a former resident of Homestead Tuesday-afternoon. A count of
mean of promoting safety I the high school cross over to the I II fully covered by insurance, Swells to Crescendo, those attending service on' tttat\
i The raised letter stop sign Newt 0 Ball,local insurance agent, Reports Wm. BrodleEverybody
grammar school to go to the cafe date will be mad at all the
r suggested by the joint
I terla, and pupil from both school said.The f :churches.
members of which were ) \ cross ever to the new playground. fire was discovered at 2:30a. : a* oanlag .lerttrida The Rev A A. KoeiUine, Mr.
'the meeting to address the m.. Fire Chief A- C. Deputysaid this. winter especiallyte I Walker and the .*,. C. O. Nelson
cil. They were W. 1. Flak, >> that it must have been burning the extreme seetbere per- were appointed a* committee W
Paul Shanklin WinsF.
L oral chairman, and Harley R. on the'Inside,./or at least 30 tlen ef tilt slate make a religiou survey through
: jrepreeentinf the Lion dub; F. A. Essay Contest minute before the alarm wa TV speaker WM Waa. Bredie. out the district The Itev H. O.
I H Staffant, :rr.tIn the Rotary : given, judging from the progress wfce with Mr*. beadle returned Cowao. the Rev. {. G.Adams and
dub; hill Shaaklia. Homestead Future the blaze had made when the fire to KedlaBd Wednesday the Rev. Oeo E. Deuel were selected
representing the chamber ef Farmer green hand;we* first department arrived on the scene trees a tuaCioa a.*.4 In tearing to obtain speaker for at
Marco The effect of the -. prize of Ore dollar Ja a state wide He laid that the lire apparently: through the Northern least four district rallies during
signs hi causing motorist to contest on the subject "The Value started in the hallway of the house United states and visiting U the coming winter teason. Plans
down as they approach Intersection of My Trip to the Kghth Annual and spread from there to the other Canada far the Most van UFeirnbere were discussed tor a lendenhlp
*) In order to avoid an unpleasant State Convention ef r. T. A," according room Asked if there was evidence Md vlcla y. training school to be held early In
; bump, wa explained b to _HTveetved by him of Incendiarism he said none Mr. Bredte gee Berth every I the next calendar year.
j" t member of the committee. this ,eefc had been left by the blaze, but an miner, bat he says that never' Present were: Mr. and !.In.
i. Councilman Henry Brooker, The contest was open to all who investigation would be made. before this year ha be Adam. "'r. and Mrs Cowan Mr.
!1. frank; Webb and B. W. attended the state convention this John said be had made I final heard sects a Florida bound I and Mrs Deuet, Mr Nelson Mr.
were appointed to interview year Paul attended tor the first: ![trip. to take.clothe to the house cawra* a* he heard during the KoestUnc and Mr. and Mrr W-.Ut-
.j' proper official Of the city; of time (Continued oa Ptg9 Six) three er Scar wroth just nt. t ere *. "'"

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Page Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday Sept. 18! 1936!):!( .;
E. Z. Thompson Elected This weeks: lecture "Let's Build 't
Government Insurance "
GROWERS i Safeguarded by a Rock Garden and Pool" was '
New Post
r I given Wednesday evening )
Safeguarded by
GROUP The slides, which present scenes '
E. Z. Thompson was elected '
I (tf their natural colors, and the :
commander of John O Salley Post
I 'Federal savings and loan aa.soclatlons ment does not have a preferenceas of the American Legion at the accompanying lectures are paid "
are local, mutual thrift to earnings; it receive the same annual meeting held Wednesdaynight for by the school' agriculture department -
I and home-financing Institution rates as that of all shareholders."A I in Legion Hall on South and no admission fee
II I operating under strictly defined further source of king tern KrooM ave_ He succeeds, Is charged Everyone Interested ".
Goulds Man,and principle In their loaning:"policy, credit for making hew mortgage Frank 8 Rue, who after serving I III invited to attend rand .
Investment safeguards, repurchase loan la membership of the association I. dac.1lned..ralKlll Dll OIL; The lectures begin at I o'clock
ter Remain two years
privilege and Insurance of accounts In the Fetters Horn loan Other officer elected were:I last about half an hour.

of Direct ," Cbas O Turner, secretaryof Bank System. By law all federalassociations I Frita-Schreeder, vice-commander;, Myron. Grennell president of
the First Federal Saving and become member of George Crawshaw, second vice- the Future Farmer of Florida, I II
4t Loan Association of Homestead, the bank system."Insurance ,commander Ale Hemming,third the stereopticon operator.
w. H. Owen of i ; 1
It. elected president said In an Interview yesterday of savings accounts vice-commander: ; Wm. J. Geronl-
Production Credit "A federal saving and loan as of Individual Investors up to $3- mo,' adjutant, finance and service Prominent Cast Will i

; a director meeting soclatlon la specifically a privately 000 each is one of the strong features officer; L. O. Buggies, chaplain; Give "District Skule" '
ed the annual I managed local Institution whose of a federal association All Ben Archer sergeant at arms
lending 1* limited largely to a SO- federal are required to qualifyfor Mr. Crawshaw was also electeda I ; .7
oclitlon held In .
\ mlle radius of Its home office," Insurance with the Federal member of the post' board of Prominent resident' of the district ,
: Thursday of last
said Mr. Turner "The purpose ofan Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation trustee for a three-year term. will appear In the comedy
Hawkins and George "
"The District Skule, In the FlorIda -
association is to serve Its own The other member arc Mr. Rue
re-elected .
community In both the savings "Home' financing ha been given and Mr. Ceronlmo. City Community Church Friday '.
retory-treasurer I and borrowing divisions of its great Impetus In many parts of night of next week. The playIs
T A. Feaster of being put on by Mrs. Ja.. M.
I operations. Although for the purpose the country by the system of federal -
f s W. E. Sextom of of expanding our supply of savings and loan associations Radio Club Votes to Put Dobbin and Mr*. Margaret Ken-
re-elected to the I funds available for'home loam, Money has been made more available nedy of the Florida City Ladle
ors. The terms of the federal government la authorized under the most favorable Interest Transmitter at PlantThe Aid Society to raise money for tho

directors did not to subscribe for full-paid Income rates for long-term loans pastor' salary
Reporta made by share up to three time the for the purchase, construction or -Red land District Amateur The Rev. Geo. E. Deuet will be
annual meeting private subscription. All associations I repair of homes and for refinance Radio Club Monday night votedto the teacher and Ivan Moser and '"y.
Miami Production are controlled by their local ing existing mortgage Prospective accept the offer of the Homestead The pupils will be: Jesse James,
elation which serves shareholder and directors. Each I home owners arc consult* city council to place Its Harold Sheffield; Buster Brown,
of Dade, Broward ssoclaUeo, however, must comply log these federal association with transmitter In the. municipal light Roy Chandler, Christopher Columbus i
lier Palm Beach, with the regulations of the Federal evident confidence in a lending and water plant and to use part of C. Q. Nelson; John Jacob
Okeechobee and meetln"I Home Loan Bank Board, designed firm that I* strengthened through one of the pool shower room asa Astor, B. C. Murphy; Daniel Webster .
a very successful ).. to insure uniform soundness public knowledge of federal approval : club room. Elbert Froscher; Ben.Butler,
W S. Burkhart of of operation. The federal Invest1PWAANDWPA and support" Earl .Field and Elbert Froscher, Charles Clinton; Petey Barnum, '
other member of at whose home In Florida City the Robert W. Mullins; Jim Blaine, ,
3 poke warmly of meeting was held, were appointedto Burley Dendy; Cornelius Vanderbilt -
trlbutlon of 20 per eent could easilybe
credit service which confer with Councilman Frank Boyd Cohernour; Brigham
tion I II furnishing Its furnished for the community B. Rue who was selected to work Young, Clyde Simpson, Peruna
Ernest Graham, For slmlllar reason it wa be- out plans with the club. Jones Mary Sheffield; Lydia
:t Production Credit PROJECTS ASKED lieved that the sewage disposal i The club hope to hold Its meeting Pinkham, Violet Dietz; Patience ,,
v Columbia, S. C, : I plant could be constructed with : Monday night In the new club- Puddefoot, Nell Sonnlchsen Me-
meeting He said: BY FLORIDA CITY little cash outlay by the town. room. hltabel Hornsnoggle, Nellie Mul- *{
I been able to reduce No laying of sewer pipes I 18 proposed Present at the meeting were: lins; Eliza Ann Snodgrass, Lydia :
{ making and collecting In this project. The present I Jos DuMond, Anton Waldln, Jr., Ann Lee; Samantha Small, Jessie

.}! i keeping the system (Continued From Page One) method of collecting sewage Irving Lyon, Harold Lyon Mr. Dendy, Tooty Frooty, Florence Co
basis they can would remain unchanged, but instead I Field and Mr. Froacher.Stereopticon hernour; and organist Olive Clinton -
climen R. W Mullln, L. B.
In ,stors at costs as of being dumped and burled, ,
Dietz and B. B. Pullen.
} I" ,Uble/ to any It would be scientifically destroyed. Mrs Kennedy la the coach
1 'ri." ,.issociation do Mr. Livingston and Mr. Hook, .

t I ernment money but who night attended told the the council meeting the Tuesday water Florida City I II laid to be In the Will Be Given MondayOn W.M.U. to Hold District ".,
fiutncr in direct of the ;
I pumping and purification plant path underground drainage Meet:ng Here Sept. 29
,, \ Investment market. and the water mains and laterals flew from the colored section of Monday evening at 8 o'clock '
furnish credit to both Homestead and Florida City Oeo. N. Wakefield, vocational agriculture 10--
I might be built with public work A district or the Bap-
I t cost they must administration loan and-grant and fear that the town's drinking teacher for Homestead Woman' Missionary Union j'j'tlat

/ I on a sound business funds to which such project are! water might become contaminatedIn High School, will give one of the will be held In Homestead on
\ : can lend only an eligible The loan portion of the overflow periods has caused Better Home and Garden atere- Tuesday afternoon Sept. 29, Mrs
) + nuis be repaid from fund, It Will explained, could, be anxiety In the minds of those optlcsn lectures, "Throughout. the Frank Irwin, district superintendent < 1
of the borrower's familiar with the situation Witha Year With Bulbs, In the agriculture ,
''t repaid out of the revenue to be derived announces The churches ,
The meeting was from the tale of the piped pumping and purification plant rooms of the school. The from Goulds to Key West will be lj'l
only by stockholders water to residents of the town. the town would be free from this other lecture of the series will represented. Mrs. W. F. Browns

many farmer who The town will apply to the worksprogress menace.. be given on Tuesday evening. Miami will be the speaker JI
bers but desired to
for construction -
selves with the *f the community house JlliilllllllilllllilllllllllililllllllllllilllllllUlllllll I I lllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIiiIIIIIIIIIIlIl111111111111111111111/ I 1111111111111 11lIIIIL'It's '
which the and the sewage disposal tank. With
to the farmers in & the town able to furnish nativerock '
I Fine to Feel So Safe.
which It serve from municipally owned or] I ,11
A barbecue feast leased rock pits. It wa pointed'i
all who attended the out. the required sponsor's con- i
| About Our Savings---
t -- I J

Green: Lantern:: RestaurantADJOINING I,,1' And They Pay Good Dividends, Too" 2 :, J J11J

Welter T..*... Steak Dinner Me Chlekei'Dinner Tie i= "" =
Regular Dinner Mo Vegetable Plate Me
All Kinds .f HDID.-.... sandwiches I

I a YOU feel very comfortable quirements, .strength and = ',tj

E3about your investment in insoundness to qu' Jify. !S '

sured thrift institutions like

The Best Homestead -' ours, for in all such insured associations We will welcome. all inquiries fi- .;
from investors
Accounts may s ,*
1'S your money Is fully
be opened with any sum from H
protected against loss to
;' $1.00 and
up a variety of
$5,000 by the Federal Savings
ClaimYou tical plans is offered
you. ff
& Loan Insurance Corporation. ==

and Dividends are paid or credit-. || ,,'

eggplant seed for fall planting than from The ''BPI ed to accounts as earned-and if
So invested is
your: money
Kilgore Seed Co. safeguarded not only by the the Federal Insurance autoE9

i=_ matically protects both a
,.,, great of that Corpor. your
+"" + re ewlr resources
I 5 principal and all dividends '
f| '
1 ation (capital $100,000,000)
For setting tomato plants use peat moss combined credited.
but by its careful supervisionof : ||
with Wizard Brand Sheep Manure. It .
the institution insured Write telephone call s

is economical, easy to handle and free from ;;; which must meet strict re for full details. 5

weed seeds.Fertilizer :''I '


Crate Material, Insecticides, Feed 1 FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN -ASSOCIATIONEE ;



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Friday. Sept. 18,1936 LEADERENTERPRISE Page Three


Lions Win 3-Game TilE BTAN-D1NGG I[tour innings M.wed only fee -- MM .w. Uy CUrewo* space and allow expansion of the

A League I 1,!bat for me HIM.Ennls I J. Raman Weal architect show, store doumtein.

Series .From Team W L Pet Home pitcher, had a per- i iI
Rotes a modern, attractive store front The remotJeted front will br l)f I
Brooker __'..".. u. I 1 .833;i feet day at bat against
Fans Get ThrillsThe Horn "__ I J .800 i.i getting three bases on CIoIIln.er'l I rising two stories, The added reinforced concrete and block

Cloninger ...._..__. I I .333 hit 4 triple, and : story In front will provide office construction., .

Goulds ._.... ._ .. 1 4 .200 I.gut of four time at but.MeMMiaataf4 .
burning of a fiery croat in
centerfold attended B League s,12ana'a .. i,Raiser/. a r bw
about S ,
Team W L PtL Iia f. ... I'iIw.

seventy-five and robes, a men fight In between white hoods two Burton's8 1W .. t. :1 .. : :asI t : We Appreciate the
T.ftI1Store _.. 4 4
email.boy., and a one-hit pitching I ... 1 A 4 a
:J 8JBO tf:
Rotary .. uu .. .11
performance on the part of PInder
twirling for Goulds, against Brooker 'I P. 5. trC- I *- IfH"1 Splendid -

Lumber Co., thrilled the mediocre up for Horne in the third Inninghit 1 11Ns1t _
I tXnat R. I I o. '
crowd that attended the diamond a home run. 1shrtrl 0 1I .

ball games on the local! Tavern Store ran roughshod over ---I I
Totala N IT IS' TotalaTwa 111 T 2lteury
field last night and completely a make-shift Rotary team In the You Gave Us on Our

overshadowed the winning by the opening game, '-1. Reichert, onetime _'. 51. 006211 01 11 I1 !
a I 1-
Lion. Club of the third game of umpire started on the I Opening Day

the three game aeries with the mound for the Rotes and allowedthe I bas bib C. Bhkna. Camnbt'li.
flow kaaa heat AnnVnon, bar on "ballet!
Rotary Club.According. I eight runs and nine hits. I I off: HatM *. amass I. Own Hi attract i
Brook, who pitched the last two 'I.out. In, NMon 2. III.?? |, n r an I' has
to agreement, the I off t flaw 4. In 4 '..1.... ; off MMarojLwnti
Rotes have to sponsor a benefit Innings, held the keymen I I.......: .losing /user: NelsondF. -
and runlvssBevo I' C. .... Ml.trw. M.Rs.IN. i.I II
dance for the pool fund .
second I Blabopl Gnomes S tana MM.on
Webb, who played IUmplraii. I
Two errors by Little, playing base part of the game for the Campbell aM Barrow

shortstop for Goulds, robbed Pind- Rotes, made a fine catch when he ('Ie.1._ ak r ''R... .. b I:
er of the honor of I We will continue to sell the highest quality merchandise -
winning a bril- ran nearly into rightfleld to rob K ashes It I I : 4 a .
liantly pitched ball game Brooker leading H.: Hnkrar rf S 0 e'iling Ib IOmhlra l :: ,
Tavern Store's
W. Pinder, 4 l Barraw tRulllvaa the lowest
l at possible prices.
won6-5. The only hit for Brooker slugger, of a sure hit. was a homer by Sherard with Breast a. a 0 115. OraKanilbtMatMua I I d
ale h I : IIt I .'H the bases full in the second ....rr a1 r Monte lit. e
Inning. Anderson lb 1151 e $ l .... 4 s 'in.Oraram of IPranrk 1 n
Goulds tied the score in the first Blossoms I a. : : : "=-I as 4 t Ik. S I I M.lhto It.. I I I =
half of the seventh, scoring three Ron a .. 4 0 .''arl.-.W 11II 1 .1 I, 1I..IIII.b 4 I signals. p.Tumar .-. I I. 1 II ,
I Bl.d 2b 1n.aieb 2b,_. L 0 Ib Iv I 1 ,
runs, one of which Was a homer' Webb It+::: I': 1'w-der' a. 4 eBirktrp /I '"
by Charles Sullivan, 11II... 1 I4MeKmt.als lb 1 I' I 'T"tab _. l. I :Tl TaUb M UOoalnrar v,
Berger .f-. t e "M.I' _. tb I J I
. S 1 I 1Hgrna i,
R H ERotary If at.x.d .. .. :.I: :::
.... 01 1 0 0 I 054a0aItTb.s
am" If I We Will Give You Service
001 202 1-6 6 ( .
Rh.ae of .._ t iL- of 1 I t
Lions ..__ 821 001 x-9 8 1 Itrooll. p.. ... 1 0 .''Albury If... 1 4 1R.bbort Barrow .baM bites field.ball -Monte affi Ctonlnnr, rum a.r
1 an and Save You
Batteries: Rotary, Brooks and part 4 O. ',. Hattaoa I. sear .t alntk ass br Cloaln.M .I Money
TotalsSi- '1I I Totals.. aT 2 e I. Mattoon I, Knato I. visa aft i Cloal
Koeatllne; Linos, Campbell and a.r T In I 11 hinlnm| off Martaaa to I

Bushor. Rotary ............. ...... sere toT. I 14 la. ..., being ........, Clonlnwr
..... Start .... 0 1 1 0 e 0 aI arrant Ckfaklra.. smith a. T_. WIKkop
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Goulds .._._ 000 002 >-8 I 4 '1'... bits, .'I:,.... R.teh.rt, tIt_. Vaiplnat Campbell ... Bnmro.Remodeled .
.base hi'". Webb I bond an ..11..ft'' Reich.art 1 Goulds Supply Inc.L.
Brooker u_.... 080 000 1-8 1 2 .. Beeokol. Piedr 14 struck ..... by { .
Platter I s hits aft, a.irhe.t Ie 4 Inaw Store Front
Batteries Goulds; Pinder and lose off B_. 0e 2 t..t...: leal..
Roberts; Brooker: Thomas and Pitcher' Reichert' or.n, ...,....... For Brooker Lumber Co. SMITH, Manager
Neill. Umpires: Campbell and Ch....'... I .

HaM ab r b '('Mela.ae .b e .1 I Remodeling of the front of the GOULDS FLORIDA
Hold. III a I 1111:. Ruhrer If' J I Brooker Lumber Co. store and

2 Runs Last Half 1 op..11 : 0 1 fl(R.beehive w.bt r j : f 1C.vse 1 lumber sheds was started this I

4 0 'Bulls'' .. of 1 0 0His.
HoI>bo 06. -
Of 7th Spells Win .. Its 5 I 0 Faacb lb 1 1 1 .
1:..10. 4 I 1Driant' 4 0 1Mathls
If 11 e'Cloalneer' p 4 t I

For Burton's Team hale glen of f 0 e Smith: :lolr.ol r4 o 0

r _''ITu-I eb. _! I .1 I

The Burton's Department Store Tomb T 'I I ToIaIo. It 11 leRove.

diamond ball team scored two ... ..."........... 1.1..al- T
runs In the last half of the seventh C1oal"wer .. ..0001T1r-il

Inning Wednesday night to defeat Two .base kite: R. Roknr, Ckmlnlorithrao
the Rotary Club sponsored been hits! .. Timor rronab.rnr.lt .
IMMIO nan FW4: otoka honest
team 87.Rotary rnombl base am bollaoff t Emla Cloa
drew first blood by!inner I. ........ out br Soma L CtoninnrI t
.._, Field I, Ca roa. Hobba t. Sullivan.
coring five rum In the first inning -I II...-. __ T.......
while Wlttkop, Burton's manager -; Umplnai Campbell seed N.IIL
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was trying out two new pitchers -
who walked six teen In Horne and Burton M

succession. 'I Win Games Played t

Rotary ale r blest"I '. rAed.raea II 41.i i
is 0 1 11M., Birbas II.4 : 0 iI
Last Night
Bird: "I : I 1'C.1'MIM't4':' Birhup' tb.p : t 1 1"mop 1 I Friday I

We"b.. _.. a I IILtuJo' rI.. 1 lSesame. .1 I
II.. a I 0 b1cD..il. lb 4 I 1Berner w. D. Horne Co. won from !
of a 1 0'Rw' n a. J I
Smith M. a 1 I 11c.w, .. a 2Hal. Cloninger Packing Co., 12-3, Fri- '
p.. 0 I 'LMtoeU' ef 1 0 day night in an exhibition dine r
_..... .... a 0 .,.......'oJ pet I I 41Caw. whenGould.t
..:.... I' ,''Mahalm. ef I 0Tbtab mond ball game arranged
which was sceduled to I .'
.1 ;
if Touls 14 $ didn't : I
play Home, appear.Burton's :
Rotary. sale It $--I Department Store 1 i '
lI.r.... 40a1eeI,- .
massacred the Rotary sponsored B

Tae base Mug ...111I: three base bits. league team In the opening game I / :1'! I
Andaaa,. daab1 slaves C. Stevens Ie Ron
te MrDsnlml: .base an .belle--oral,. ".. 17-7 The pitchers Issued U
I Mlo..a 4. "Iotrot. a. Little I. N.'_ .c bases on balls. The Rotes obtained :,ji\ : I
stress nut b N.1...al bits offs blehilrbarltl Burton's I '
11 off Owen f
I'm 1-1 Inning, .oft Mlatatta 1ft a Inn.I ./
lee loin Ie, three ........,: off Little garnered nine from Nelson and .'
I, Hmtt-t HMMiia.1 .....,.. pitchers Little I I t r :
two oft Sincere.
. arrant BM, Smith, H.ttWrt S, Rw I, U tcis
(MbUaiplnai Owen, Burton pitcher, pitched .
t t Campbell' ... C:._ no-hit, no-run ball for the first: \1
-I! iI' ,

= 1 lie. .,
Comes .' !

\ The management of the Homestead I cJ 00so .. i

. From Behind to Country Club Is .nnounCIn'1

I I dance to be held _e- fIII' "'" I
.... ..
Defeat rne,11.7 In the club, la an advertisement In "' O.A ". ..
this paper Music will be ,,06old 04-11 '00 'wI I
; : furnished by I Miami, orchestra. I II f1 .t / '''' <( .
Coming from behind after being I fIII' _
j held scoreless for the tint three I tireless.A I fIII' ..

Innings, Cloninger Packing Co, defeated I .... .Wr
, W. D. Horne Co. diamond Let Us I ,, ....P ; .

: ball team ..
Monday night on the i
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local field, 11-7 French. Cloninger ,
RejuvenateYour ." yII
first baseman led the hitting attack : -A .."- yI ,

' by slamming out I triple. anda Car II .. ..M4't y

single in the pinches. "
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Ennls, Horne twirler, pitched a ;: ,.
JII good ball game until the eventful Wood Work I yI 00' .,.. -
.1+ fifth Inning when the Florida .-* .,,-; ; .

City team combined four hits, three Body, Fender Repairs ; OJ# 00 ". b0 .p"" "
errors and Iwo bases on balls to Tops and Trimming:
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score seven runs. Field, first man Seat Cover II : :. of

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Four THE LEADER ENTERPRISPi Friday, Sept 18,1936

state In other rural sections, b41
THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE I m LOftIDIY "UitJLI$ Il dot fA laid the subscriber I* charged the (j

Published Friday at Home Dearest city rate plus $1.to a mile ,1}
I for the distance he I* away front lI
dead. FU., by UM South Dad
the city. Members of the Cham
Publishing Cc.BCN .
rats 616WIC I bar of Commerce committee point ",
ed out on the other hand, that few '
ARCHER ___._._Editor SEAT c.a"A1'U ;' so-called rural sections were
I a* ,
TAKEN Off TW&COAST thickly settled a* the Redland DI*.

Entered M accent claw mail OTFLOEIOA %SSH10 .J trlct: whkh I* In reality a eerie ,I

matter March .5. lilt al "e peat I $500ONE POUHOl.Jt I of communities that could be k'
el ice at Homestead. Florida, Under classed a* villages and towns The} '
the act ef Hank I, 1171. telephone company official ad* '1
milted the truth of the claim and !

said that was why the prevailing ,)
.... PRICE $S.IIA TEAR rates had been allowed to remain $

7 unchanged. J ?

declared that In ot '
They view \
'i Homely Joy the "low rural rate here" and In'J

: view of the expense to which thejfi
f She never knows a homely Joy .
''i Who does not have to patch, company would be put in Installing '
the new telephone and switch 'if/
Who discards worn pants without
i'I board In Homestead, no reduction fy
\ a search
In rate could be considered \ viA ,1
I For a fabric that will match, '
She never knows the tenderness A. Payne, president of the kg
National Bank of !!
First Homestead
Such simple serving brings,
i S who had been invited to lit In onSj
d Darning toes and mending kneel
Of the conference because of his ex. '
small warm-moulded things
I perlenca aa a rural telephone customer ?
Of a much-loved little boy ,
I Iit I in the SUver-Pshn-Redland;at(
II ,.
She section, told the telephone men ha !fv""
who does not have to patch "
Misses much of homely! Joy 1"cv believed rural patrons would
1t t 1 nS i object to paying the present
I -Mary Ferrell Dickinson In I
/If( Palm Beach Times, It they could be assured of ] hotl'; !
# unimpeded communication "
I A recent case was cited
It{ Big Things by Youth i rural telephone customer could not

One cannot but wonder! at tlmei establish telephone communication .

It the present age with an its advantages with Homestead because of
and Improved methods r I' roaring over the wires and had to

li turning out men and women ot P tv send a neighbor after a doctor to'
attend his wife during a fatal heart
any higher type; or greater ability
ij than did the centuries pilL This 1 '\ attack.

I* the "age of youth we are told. TWCS Both Mr Powa and Mr Dooley
Certainly youth II favored on every deplored such a condition and laid
aide Age and old fashioned meth 7 alr 'WU T rolATOWEN40 the company considered it a favor!

od and Ideas aw Impatiently: 26 when customers complained of,
shaved) aside. Few of us reatlte,, such service Rural lines are nib
however that big things were being TOUKDS jest to Inteilerence from high ten!

accomplished by the youths .f; : Ion lines, they said, but the con.
1> former generations at the age the I iditlon can be corrected In most

/! most of our young men are just I I cases. Mr. Powe asked that any
:S! finishing their schooling For In- ... I trouble oTthli sort be reported tq
.Iance. note the achievement ot a 1)O"7'-'r Y -- I I' Mr Dooley a* soon e* it made itself ,
evident A complete check
few cited belowMexajidnr : of the moat thrilling episodes In the annals brought Into New River harbor With the help of "
of Redland District rural telephone ,
j I [shad conquered the t. Florida fishing was experienced by Mr a city crane and a doson men, it Was placed on the line will be made at once they

I known world and was dead a.tI Clayton A. Rugg of Jamestown N. Y.. and party, dock where It was Inspected by thousand of people promised v I I' "',
thirty. when the 6,600'TUB wonderful possibilities of Florida's fertile
several year ago they harpooned All Redland District rural lines :
I Napoleon was twentysevenwhen pound Manta shown above. So powerful was the soil are forcefully shown by the giant sire and I owned by the company have been:

I he was appointed to the command creature with Its 10-foot spread, that It was able great weight attained by various fruits and vege- rebuilt, the telephone officials said

I of the. army of Italy, arcthirtyfive to drag the boat ate,.- rat against the power for tables grown In the state from time to time. The i 1 They cited the fact that the Red.

4 when he crowned him f Uy five mile before It became weakened I After enormous SWEET POTATO shown abort was land School line had been rebuilt,'

{ elf emperor of the r..nctl.J being shot with steel.Jacketed buBete, It was finally grown near Fort Myers, Florida. within the past year Line built

Alexander Hamilton was aide and owned by subscriber have not'

:J de-camp of Washington at twenty ... -...,-...----.--, been re-established, but this wilt
t and at thirty-two was first 'Poinsettia Named for J FROM OUR MAIL BOX be done and new extension will],
t secretary of the treasury. Noted AmericanThe I ibe made wherever the number{;

: Washington was sent _______ _.__,, _. .,,___ of subscribers to be reached warrants
George by ------ --- ---- ----
tiii colony. ambassador to the poiiuettia, a beautiful l it and where the subscribers
CHURCH OF GOD DOCTRINE I I In Anderson, Ind. From eighteento I
Flinch commandant In his first Mexican flower, with Its brilliant I twenty thousand people met i are willing to pay for the constru
. red leaves and golden center, which Editor Leader-Enterprise tion and In tele :'
twenties.Patrick. I lost June and enjoyed the presence I I I accept repayment
, has been connected with the observance
Henry WH but twenty- We as a body of people believe!s i of God and real Christian', phone service over a limited number '
of Christmas namedfor ),
, was : of
lev en years old when he made his the lint minister of that Cod is effecting a reformation I I fellowship and law the power of:I year
our coun-
God manifested In the saving of The chamber of commerce of*,
famous speech against the Stamp try to Mextao. Joel R Polnsett In the world today among Christian i ,
soul and the healing of the sick fared to co-operate with the com.'
Act people, to unite them In one
Born in 1T7 at S. C '
Charleston '
I I.n ddcaf This meeting I held each party In a survey looking to the",
body like the early Christians.
Thomas Jefferson thirty- and a lover of flowers, be brought
. year, the first part of June. |I possibility of extending the telephone
declara They were united solely upon the .
three when he drafted the the with him to this couu-
, llon of Independence tryc, plant.. doctrine of the apostle and Christ All that I* needed for one's' lines and adding subscriber"y
Luther by the Spirit of God Acts .:42,I: recognition among us 1* the livingof to lines already established, and y
Martin twenty-nine I and carried the name Church of a Christian lif.. We do not mean': Mr. Pews left a map of the South- -

wrote the manifesto that led to the 73 Lands Have Boy ScoutsThe God ai fouad In Act 20:28: and j, by this that we hold a betterthanthou -,1! ern Bell lines In the Redland District -&
reformation. other placet. j I attitude Come and worship on which the committee will,>l

John Calvin was twenty-six sun never sets on the Boy The reformation, movement I* with us. Indicate potential subscribers that ,

when he wrote The Institutes of Scout uniform. not a denomination (a* It ha no J, H. DODSOJf. I I might be added It the company.'

Theology' The Boy Scout movement, constantly creed) but is lust a movement In Homestead Sept IS, 183. could guarantee reliable aervlce r
. CM was doing hit best work at growing since it was tint the church-which ,la all Christ. The magneto type (crank) telephone .,, '
twenty-five. established In England: la ItXW by iana not la name but In can not be eliminated on, "

James Bryce had written "The Lord (then Sir) Robert Baden- reality and la designed God Essay on Pants I the rural line at this time Mr i

Holy Roman Empire" at twenty Powell la now firmly establishedIn to bring tile divided Church. together Pant are made for 1'8Ia because *< the multiparty .;
ilx. over 71 countries In all peril of a* before mentioned. for women. Women e:1 E linea of necessity used in
the world There 4* scout rural sections. Ha said howeverthat
are movement ,
Benjamin Franklin had written This baa been In ax for men and not for pant wheala
organizations the British the would relieve 1
; Scouts Istenea over fifty-years and la man pant for a woman and company
Poor Richard' Almanac" at the
association Includes all the different the fastest growing of Congestion on sons 'of the rural ,
any for
groupof woman
pant a man, that
same age.Charles. countries in the British Em-' lines, which tilt committee ,c '
t brought
, Christians I...the Witted Slates, makes a pair of pants. Pant are "
Dickens was twenty pire. 'to his attention, by switching some'
and Ood la working with them In like molaaaaa-they are thinner ml ,
four when he began "PlckwkkPapers. I The Boy scouts International the healing of the sick through the hot weather and thicker In cold! subscriber away from line used ;

." and twenty-five, when bureau In London, the connecting [prayer of faith and the casting out weather There ha been much,' by packing houses sled other buai'j
he wrote "Olive Twist' link of the BOY Scouts associations.ha ,'.I of evil spirit a* he. did in the I discussion u to whether ..ant- 11 MM places that have to use. party

McCormick was twenty-thrte just announced that scoutingIn early church. singular or plural; : Seems ;us I't lines because of location In tM. ,.p'

when he Invented the reaper. Venezuela I* the latest link in, We have our local Of state camp that when menj! wear pants It la country. : '
Westinghouse waa twenty-three the world tersest youth move meeting*-In Fort Meade from plural. and when they don't wear The committee, which will report :

when he Invented the air-brake., ment doing an much to promote: Oct. S to It In this state Also pants, it la singular If you want the results of the conference ,j,

William Pitt became chancellor, world peaea and understanding. our International camp meeting to make panta last make the coat at the meeting of the chamber ot. "
of the exchequer at twenty-three; The membership of the scouts In first--Ex. commerce to be held next Wednesday

end prime minister of England at Venezuela already I* aver fiva- StU scouts, cubs and leaden night, la composed of J. J. e.1'
hundred and McLendon, chairman Herman
rapidly Increasing
twenty-four. World scout .
James Fox was lord of the ael- under thejaadenhlp of Ita naton boy from alt Jamboree part of the bringing world NEW PHONES I Marks, O. B. Parker and Ben Ar-
cher who of the t
a* president
al commissioner
miralty and a thorn In the aide of Captain for two week of camping together :
King George III at twenty-one M. Rauueo and the International are held every four ,...... SATOSLATED all chamber committees., Is ex officio a member of j
Newton formulated the law of commissioner, Senor Federico Dill 1 |
L. The fifth such gathering will be I, At that tune the chamber will be '01 01t
gravitation at twenty-four held at Vogetensang Holland, from .
l asked to decide whether the orlgI S
Shakespeare had completed ten International acout conferences July 11 to August 11, 1 tS7, A I (Continued From; Pure One), I mat object of the committee shall "
of his greatest playa at thuty-two. I, arc held every two )'ll'". The contingent, representing oAt boy commerce also apprised the statt be adhered to In entirety and taken l f
Rests Shelley and Byron aseveryone world scout census made public at Scouts of America will leave hem!railroad commission of Ita desires to the railroad commission orI
knows, wrrr dead ..ttwvnt.ave the last conference hekl In Stockholm the national scout Jamboree ta beheld f f Mr. Pow said that rites of: whether the concessions made by

thirty, and thtrtyaix Sweden; in August 1833 In Washington, D. C.. ,June i! rural subscriber In the Redland I I the company officials shall be ac*>. t
re.pedlvel.1.-BlMtry .talk. reveals a total ineaabenhlp of 30 to July I, 1837. District were the lowest 14 the I cepted: la compromise

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FrIday Sept lS, 1936

Homestead F. F. A. NewsBy Interested the members with Me
D1111I1I1I1I1Ulumm1ll1lUU1lI11U11I11D! !! account of the gathering

AUTO ODDITIES. BYE h" Sbaaktlsi Tom Swanson will be the speaker -
at nest Sunday's meeting,
20 Years
AgiIlllllll1UDlllllllllllllllllllililllllitill Everyone is invited to attend.
The chapter held its 1838 nomination
of officers Thursday night
t The election win take place
( fuz tttl 4 day of next week TbIJtl.I All You Want

The Mm!** tame u* MM m. df Two reels of films will be
*"?. from .... .' tile ."."U.4M ..n week's
1 at next meeting to Eat
>< Mu. is.us,,
dw itoiitktortoM1. & 1 3 v'- ,It.YtR&IUT: IN.w comet from the U S. department
PROPELLING "ISHORSELESS of agriculture. One reel will be I 50cOta
Sept 7, 1916 .
CfcRMMlinto on "Sky; Ways and Highways
jtr or STEAM Three candidates for membership
-"Bank tonally tile meals are
of Homestead robbed
ONTO A SMALL In the chapter were votedIn
Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock of I + CONNECTED TO on probation for one month. i served with home folks especially .
about 12,000. A car qpnUlnbi") THE ORIVL-WIIELL, iI I ; la mind.
four armed men started in pursu w
I few minutes later. Others Joined .. Friend of Founder Talks I I'M serve yourself from

in the dyne and the bandJI To Local Townsend Club heaped *, platters of neat and
trailed about five miles ..
were aCl'Olllj -
1865 l generous variety el vegetables,
the lade. Saturday at mldnigt
( I Major Jos Bytrly of Coral Gables old seulhern style.
GREAT-BRlT IN a ; cooked good
the robbers opened tire on som a personal friend of Dr. F E.:
of the posse at Everglade static I AFTER A IONS 3ERIES a, Townsend, talked to the tlomeitead Dessert.. lord tea or coffee
and the two Henderson boys wet Of RESTRICTIVE LAWS coat nothing extra.
.... Townsend Club Sunday afternoon I
almost Instantly killed and Cha RULED 3fll-PROPtlUD at Its in ,
regular meeting
R. Williams mortally injured. Nr.! VEHIClES Be PRECEDED BY f the Neva King Cooper School J. I Chicken Dinner $1.00

Williams died Monday at 7 p. III. AMAH CM Y1NO HAS/ I"'r.- =.""."." D. Wyaong, who while In the north :
from peritonitis.the" the hour c i ARID Otis summer attended the national '
going to press poise 1s dill Townsend convention In Cleve- SEMINOLE HOTEL
at work pursuing the ban- -- I
gently land as I delegate of the local club

dlts capture.with the Mr.chances Williams'favoring funeral the I .. Joni 6PRONIN6 DINING ROOMMrs.

which a number of students hold
service was held lit the Baptii Gussle Joiner, ll'ropdeteePlans
of the
help defray some regular
Church on Wednesday at 10 a. m. CROUNDeILVgC'G6i'ENGINEERS I
college expenses
at thl
There were many present
service to pay their last regards I Ia to '
neighbor and. friend, who hal MAKE DODGE
the deepest respect of all who knew wx TRUCWlfAP HIGH IN THE '
him. The services were opened AIR IN TESTING SAFETY

by Rev. W. B. Duncan, Rev. J. B. FEATURES AND CHASSIS r
Crippen offered prayer and the
sermon was by Dr. White of MIami .

who called attention to the I I t
uncertainty of life and necesiit;,!
for being prepared for whateve:

may be In store for u*. Seven $680,000 in New State Buildings Include'
appropriate selections were sun,

by the choir. Interment was In Capitol Annex and Gainesville Museum I
Miami where Mr. Williams has i a I

burial plot. The Homestead men T.Uah.uee-." IT-(FNS-
did their part in the man hunt Bids for construction on the new Watson.
Thomas Brewer bung on like Work on the four projects shouldbegin I
$290,000 annex to the state capital
later than October lat and MaterialsIF
bulldog '.. M. Duncan Al Doyli. and i $180,000 stale chemists
by the terms of FWA grant and
Bethel Whitehead, Oscar Thomas, budding will be opened here bj
loans for construction of the four
Will Bryant, Tom Brooker the state sometime next week according I
many others put In a good .nd/; / to M announcement ol Jok you intend to Build a home of your own, you

hours of hard work. And the ROM Watson, director of luatitutlontl I
qulto were well nigh intolerable building fog Minimum Cost for Year could not choose a better time than the pres-

-T. M. Grlnnell and Miss Ira. Florid programs At College II $258.;0 ent. Every service and aid Is available to the

dora Andersod were married Wed. Construction bid for completion home-builder. Materials and labor were never
neiday at the borne of the brlde'i. of the John T. Sallie building o< Tallahassee, Sept 17-Florida!
smother and left Thursday for t I the University of Florida in students juggling figures to cover more reasonable. Financing, guaranteed by

trip to Palm Beach . Gainesville ware received Mondayby expenses at Florida State Collegefor the Federal government, makes home owner-
the board of control wresting Women this coming year have 11
:Adult Education Needed her*. The university building about 80 per cent less financial ship the safest and wisest investment any family

Nominee represent a $200,000 project, worries than the average woman's can make. We shall be glad to help] you with
Says Senate which when completed will bused college student, according to Mrs.R. .
for housing of various university H. Leslie, alumnae secretary plans, advice, financing and materials.
Gainesville, Sept. 17-(FNS- office and the state mu here who recently completed a
"The Only; permanent relief from seum. study of costs In American colleges
unemployment ia this country," The Seugle building which was and universities
said Senate Nominee Claude Pepper originally begun ai a hotel and Cost of attending Florida State
of Tallahassee recently addressing abandoned for a number of yean, College for Women Is about 90 per
the University of Florida was bought by citizens of Gainesville cent lees than the average cost In I (i)
summer school graduates, "ii and Alachua county and given women's colleges over the entire
through our educational system In to the state with the' understanding country, the alumnae secretary
teaching men and women how to .. that It would be" completed found.
do something which our society and accepted for UM by the university Minimum required expenses at!
needs badly enough to pay them I Florida State College for Women,
I living for doing' Next Saturday the board of commissioners she said, are (29890 a year as
Speaking to I graduating clan I of state institutions will against the approximate |62S, the W. D. Horne Co. Inc.
of ill students which raised thisyear's receive bids for construction of an average cost for 111 women's colleges ,
total number of atate university apartment home, to coat about in the United States. Average -
graduates to more than 130,000, at Chattahoochee. The cost for women's colleges In FRANK L. SKILL, Owner
five hundred, Mr. Pepper praisedthe building la Intended for the homing .
the South Is tSOO a ye.r.The PHONE 507-J
university "significant leader of 12 famlllea, the heads of costs at Florida State College ,
ship"! and described the school esan which are employed at the atate tor Women, where there Is no
"intaltectu al pioneer" In Its hoiplUl. The building will elimi- tuition charge for Florida students, -
work this year of curricula changes nate the necessity of then workers Include: $110 for board, $40 for
of adult education having to drive as tar is tl mites
and sponsorship college
i and ,sa.IO for regular
room; TI
reach work frem living 1.4
department Ii day to
In a new fees such as $10 for registration I
at Camp Roosevelt, near I ccomoditloni now available, said $11.0 for infirmary tee, $14

Ocala. Swanson tSp; Here' for student activities, $8 for phy. I Any wavewon't
believe our permanent
"I do not steal education, $12 for laundry,
should be confined to Saturday and Sunday
system and $2 for a breakage fee Through
children," said Pepper. "There Tom Swanson of'Fort audcr- the student activity fee students I do *
should be facilities particularlyfor : for may see without further coat the
30 dale,republican candidate am
men and women between entire Artist Series which brinWbC'1d..nowMd *
from the fourth congrassiosrat
40 to learn a trade or prsfeesion. grt
and artiste to their
district of Florida win speak Muss be psifcc
By this time they may have Tail yeas.your uses
enough see how tragically in Legion Part, Homestead, Saturday very door. .-wide a fiHMHul fraeie ol torte
learned the night el..'..11,hU friends Students taking courses involving ( for sir Rape of ruut avdt.TWl she
mis-spent opportunities
they work, music speechor 1
here announced yesterday. laboratory *Ua Muriace-
of their youth or how Was we gJvs you *
Sunday afternoon Mr Swanson otter special work pay last
they need to make t last addl-I I lot .* KM dx inttnucloully
themselves for will speak at the meeting of the tlonal charges depending out Eufiae M 6 d, wlA MM awctualol
struggle to prepare ." Homestead Townsend Club In he student! course and desire for InpfevteMM. Red geoufawtugin
a useful. Independent lIf. Neve King Cooper: School special trainiBg! Scholarships SKkti "Sboocfai aMMUMf

_' gn it for JOlt .tossing M us

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F1RSJ ALTO STORM AND LIFIrtwue Registered Land Surveyor

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little book under the I On Monday night tilt RedlandfFuture '
k BOUMMMfer published a .
FOR SEMINOLES 'III......,. TbinAiFi M w as title "Songs for the Nursery or Farmer held their first
,solo,. Friday 10 a. ...1 ... M. Mother Goose's Melodies" And he meeting of the new year. At this .I<<
s.tunly,5..a.1ata.4P.autr.ee.a.School told this book from his Pudding meeting officer were elected for y
Life in Favorite Haunts Lane print shop for the price of the ensuing year. I
Employment Guidesto da1.- ; her again. "two coppen" apiece. INK Officers for the coming ;year are:
as That mean more reading for some Each year many pilgrim visit President, Warren Wood; vice- ,
be Offered the carefully marked grave of president, Larry Holt; secretary,
folk and less reading for other .
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Old Mother Gooee in one of Alvin Prothero; treasurer Billy I.
t Miami Fla., September 17- An folk Th second graders now Boston old church: yard But Hibon reporter, Willis Baxley; ';\
opportunity to earn his living a* come to the library and have their Interesting a* that tale I Is thereseems r. ind watch dog John Borgardt
an Independent Individual and a "borrower cards" given to them to have been an older Mother The executive committee members -
free life in haunt to his liking and and from now on the library trill I Goose Far back In 1<9? there are Don Lair Walter Thomp.
in keeping with his tradition, are to teach torn sense of responsibility wa published In Paris, France, son and Fred Vihlen.
offered to the Seminole Indian and to the child who cornel to reador I little book "Contes de ma Mere
his family through the establish borrow book I'Oye" or "Tale of my Mother,
ment of the Everglade National Not all the winner of beauty the Goose" But even long before
Park and a proposed reservation contest and popularity contests that the goose had been given the GROVETJIEATRE
for his exclusive use which lie an young, especially in the worldof reputation of a great story teller.
directly to the north of the proposed literature It I* laid MOTJi- There wa a'time when the expression '
park boundry, It I* pointedout ER GOOSE probably I II the mOlt I "A goose told me" wi
by Ernest F Coe, chairman of popular and belt loved woman. used instead of "A little bird told t COCONUT QEOVI: ,
the Everglade National Park Aoclatlon. *- She 1* no,longer young but ihe me" But these French Mother shows 7 and I Admission ISo f
doe not mind growing old. She Goose tale were all In prose, not --------- Matinee Sat and Sua. lee ,
A communication recently received never take Urn off to have her rhyme, and Included some of the CLAIRE TREVOR .10'1\. ... ,'.

from the office of the Indian face lifted nor to have her fingernail beat known fairy tale. Claire Trevor forsakes the leading sander thru Wednesday 4
affair bureau at Washington, daubed with red paint, Some very learned men have
romantic role she customarily Sept. t*. tl. **, M
D. C.. laid "the Interest of this though :you are very apt to run interested themwlve In these 1
office In the rehabilitation of the across her In the beauty parlor nursery rhyme, among them wa play to appear who.a* the almost heart break- Warner Myrna .
glng beauty disrupt Bier
Seminole Indian I* to see that She wa and 1* the most remarkable 'Oliver Goldsmith. Some of the ,j
the of Warner
romance Baxter
ultimately they are placed on property I dame in all history Who she songs date back to the time of the and Myrna Loy In "To MaryWith Reunited IB '
set aside for their special was why she was and where she ancient Druids. There certainly "
benefit, and are established a* I lived who knows Or who cares: ? wa an old King Cole an ancient Love, Twentieth CenturyFox 'To Mary
group of progressive aelf-support- Her personality dioella forever In Celtic king of about the third picture coming Sunday to the

t' big people . the granting of the human heart, a sort of eternal century A. D. Jack Homer too, Grove Theatre. I With Love"Ian .i
unwarranted privilege which youth. The old and the :young date bate to the early Celtic and Hunter ClaIr Trevor I,
.> might harm or destroy their spiritof delight In her jingle and rhyme fourteen: hundred year ago minstrel TO INVESTIGATEVALUEOFRAISED
Independence and .self-reliance No one person I* responsible for were singing and courtiers Thar and Friday, Sept.. t4, ii ,'
could hardly constitute a part of them where they cam from nobody and children delighted to listen to I
\ the program" I know but more than two I that ridiculous jingle, "0. Mother, Mary Astor

; With the development of the I hundred year ago a doting grandmother may I go out to swim"iThere I la
I Everglade: National Park by the I WhOM name really wa I are some children In our STOP WARNINGS
I federal government, Mr. Coe point I Goose lived In Boston and racked community who have never heard "Trapped by
I >. ed out, the Seminole will be given her brain to remember all the I the Mother Goose melodic reador Television"With
an opportunity to act a* guide to rhyme she ever heard to ting to .un,. These children have Continued From Page On)
tourist who Will enjoy the unusual her grandchildren. The father of been deprived of a birth-right. Gable a* to the amount of satin
thrill of a visit Into the fastnesses these children: wa( Thom fleet, Some children get an Inkling .of faction given by the raised atop Lyle Talbot Nat Fendleten +
of this great natural tropical wild- a printer who owned and operateda them In school some run across signs.
small prlntahop In Pudding Lane. them in the sat., Sept., M
library but the real
erneia l a* only the Seminole know The civic club committee
It '211ro1alNt mean be will The verses Intrigued printer Fleet Joy come from hearing them In brought to the attention of the "Farmer in the
!'f be afforded tf financial Independence and he gathered them together and the home at candle llghtin time. council the fact' that several bad ';

\ whlchfhe has heretofore not "blind corner** exist within thecit' Dell" .. 411I.h
} known. limit of Homestead. Street .
Principals Announce Latest AdditionsTo
: The returji} of the Seminole and Committeeman Morris wa appointed AIL Star Caat tacladls .
i,I Us family to a eetttupportinf bas Redland District Teaching Staffs to Investigate all such ANN SHIRLEY ,
, I all removing him from the exploitation : safety hazard with a view to '
: of cheap showmen and I eliminating them by cutting brush Abe 11
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(Continued From Page One) BUCK JONES iI
other with ulterior purposes, to announced by Principal L. B. tree or foliage on corner where
which he I* now a victim, will be I High School last year. I* teaching Sommer yesterday as follows adequate vision of cross traffic I* "Phantom Rider No. 9" ;
one of the greatest forward steps Junior hjjh' school English. Mile Mable William of Alva, Impaired. Stage chew,I P. M. Fm Candy J
hr! '. In his sociologies: welfare la the : Arrangement have not been Fla., art, who la expected to arrive Council President Tom Harris .....
belief of the park association I mad :yet to get the six Universityof Monday appointed Police CommitteemaA
"I. chairman.In :' Miami students who Instructed J. O. Wynn to make a survey of
Mil Eleanor Field Haggard
the Redland School band last ,
to determine
. : this area which ha been 'I gradual of Vanderbilt Universityand the city'
year back again, but the band Is already where stop sign should be permanently -
.' proposed for his future occupancy, I starting organization and I matter' degree from Peabody maintained. _.- -- ,
.I act Mr*. Anna Quito, transfer
r; Park: at the north the Seminole I Latest additions to the facultyof red to Miami. It wa an unusual looking pie
.t would be protected In carrying on the Homestead schools were that the husband observed on the ?
. I Mrs. W. B. Mill of Miami music
.1'I I h" chosen life of hunting and table.
fl-hmg. without interference of and voice. "Why is it so Ion,''" he asked
\ Unite hunters to reduce the supply I FIRE GUTS HOUSE Miss Aletha Bee Lutz, library "Well I couldn't buy any shorter i
of his gam and study halL '' rhublrb.Ex.cbild It

; Through the protection of all AS NEW TENANTS : stead The colored:enrollment school of, the Hom'-I'I and two greatgrandchildren D c ili I
wild life which wUl be administered
t by the national park service, under Mr Sommer' supervision, ren oil

,, I.I game within the park area will SEEK OCCUPANCYj 217. I'I'II [ -- I ,
( t return lo normalcy of breeding and O. BALIJCT POST NO. 4*

j, numbers resulting In at natural (Continued From Page One Funeral Services Held AMERICAN LEGION

.i I! overflow Under present Into the condition outside territory It would at (:30 Tuesday night before going For Mrs. Daisy Russell Meeta first and third Wednesday ,t
. to bed la the apartment they were i .ft I). m. American Le lmi BU', 1t
I only b* a matter of comparatively to vacate next day At that time, (old poat eric) South Krause A",
if\ hort time. Co declared, until he said everything wa a* he and Funeral service for Mrs. Daisy' H""........... Fla.
f I such lame a* now live within this Mrs. John had left It earlier In the Ann Russell who died at the
( area would disappear entirely and day. Asked If the fin could have home of her son E. E. Pritchett m I
.; i the Seminole would have no choice started from Florida City Sunday were
' I cigarette stub in TROPICAUMONKEYJUNGLE
, t but to yield to the demand of the ducted Wednesday
advertently dropped by him hesaid
I exploiter or to go government he happened to be without Turner Funeral Home by the eon-j stop ofA.
J dole C. N. Walker pastor of the
cigarette at the time and consequently
: t Through the establishment of bad not arnoked while in I stead Baptist Church ONLY :fowpddda .
' the park there will also be openedto the house. Mr. Deputy laid that was In Miami Memorial Park MONKEY ,
> him In the sale Mrs. Russell who wa 70 yean MHMUCINTMCUJ. .
a new Industry he did not believe the fire started '
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old came to Florida City from
: "i' to visitors of those souvenirs from a cigarette! or similar slow 1 ,
, unique Interest which be enjoy burning source. Arcadia about three month ago to' AU Outside Rooms with ;
making and which will be In great The John family rented, the make her home with her too.
'\ demand by those visitor from house on Monday through B. W. Betide Mr. Pritchett the leave HaaaUa Drive west Private Bath
:t I every part of the nation who will Morris. It had beta vacated last a daughter, Mr*. Amy Stricklandof of Naraaja Bead I ..*
be attaracted to the Everglade week by the family of Mrs. W. H.: Arcadia; a nephew W. R..Yatt* ADMISSION lee COOL CLEAN qtJET.
National Park. Saul of Redland; a brother, John Ren Orettoekbv Biscay Bay .
free of Fuota OordaAne.grand* soli

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HARRY'S WELDING SHOPnUNCETOX I Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick Theatre Section and Business i

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I Graduate. Oberiin Conservatory and Royal t .
Portable Ifeotrk and Acetylene Welding e* Cylinder Block*. RATES .
Cylinder Head. Ahtsnhmna Caallag sal Better, of
+ Conservatory Leipzig: $1.50 single, $2.50 We
AlUeMtive IgaohiM IUf.irta* aJei. t* garage hi aiata I

bearing peering and aJUaed nasal**,.*e..s<.l.g t4 Bevrtagaa4 I 'PLNOFOITE'AND'11IEORYPeUU: ...Special r01y'.. Weekly :a4, '
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.Ji.. Friday, Sept,1193fi THE LEADER.Em-ERPJUSPt.h": Pare' Sewn !
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- I 1.0.house pa N.W.Fourth avenue served..arbm guests included r Betty Chevrolet Sells 95,903
between Fifth and Sixth treat*. Joe*nd Bobby Delta, Xnla Drain,j I
I Johnny and Anita Delta Catherine Automobiles in August :

In and Ground Mr and.,Mrs. Sherwood Hodson, Rohrer, Lanier Whitehead, &UrJL]
moved,recently from Jacksonville' Cave, Leola and Betty SnefieyT Detroit' Sept 17-August went "
to Green Cove Springs where they, Steve Roberto, Ronnie Clonlnger! into the records as another banner
are making their home. I Marjorie and Audrey Langham,. month for Chevrolet, accordingto f''
Homestead Marion SUverman, Howard, and; M announcement mad today at ,
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Ream and Wade Thompson and Frank Be- the company's' office here. Combined \
lerlo of Homestead. tale of ears and truck were ;
family moved this week from .
.J 95,908 units, the aecondUrgtAugust
Homestead to their new home on Betty and Patricia Ryle who have figure In Chevrolet's history -
Wm. Krone left Wednesday for Arthur and daughter Miss Mary Coconut Palm drive and Tennessee spent the past month In Florida Truck sale, reported at
[ Gainesville where he will be a Frances spent the summer Miss, road. City with their grandmother, Mrs. 23,249, were the highest, ever
f senior it the University of Florida. Arthur remained In Lewes with B. H. Edwards, returned to their made in August and the second '
her grandparent, Mr. and Mrs Mrs. A. M. Byrom who Is makingher home In Miami Sunday. highest ever made in any month.
Mr. and Mr*. J. R. Bird returned W. T. Atkins, to attend' school un- home in Fort Lauderdale spent -
d first three Mrs. Joe OoUottscheck of An additional highlight of the
Sunday from Jacksonville til the end of the semester. days In Homestead this week.
; Gould and her Carl and dealers' sales performance In August -
Mr. Arthur and Billy went to sons
where they spent two week with
y' 'I Mr. Blrd'i mother, Mn. Preston Lewes two weeks ago. I Mn. J.' L. Ballard Is able to be Emil, are guests this week of Mrs.Gollattacheck's was their sale of 165,197 used
up after a major operation performed parent, Mr. and cars nearly 10,000 unit more than
I B. Bird, Sr. : Mr they sold In August 1935 Used
Dr. J. N. O. Bush of Columbus, at the Jackson Memorial Ray Gooding

Mr. and Mr*. O. R. Hal return- Ga., Mrs. Bush and their three hospital Miami two week ago Mrs. Ray Gooding returned this' 3,827 car stocks units In nationally the last 10 demised days of

[ ed Saturday from I orie-month children returned borne yesterday I Luther Chandler, Jr., of Miami, week from a alx-week visit with I the month and as this month opened -
visit bf two
after ,
morning a days
relatives In Goulds.KJNDEKOAKTEV.
vacation trip In the Eatt They spent the week-end with his father were more than 7SOO! unit low-
here with Dr. Bush' brother and I
'h 1 Visited Mrs. Hall's brother, Chas. !I(I Luther Chandler, and Mr er than at the same date last year.
sister-in-law, Mf. and Mrs. W. Y.
Aberson, In Portsmouth, Va, Dr. Chandler In Goulds. OPENS
and Mrs. J. W. Hutchinson In Bush. Seven pupils enrolled In the "The District Skule"

: Shlppenburg, Pa., and C. L. Tyler Randolph Parrlsh of Miami was Homestead school kindergartenthe
Mrs. Art Reichert and her ion, first week of school Mrs. Fred
In Norfolk, V*. They also spent ,
a recent visitor at the home of his Will give )'OIIIQ evening of fun.
Bob Cassube, returned last week Redd, the teacher said yesterday
time In Philadelphia and ;
some uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs
Atlantic City. Dr. Hutchinson from Logansport Ind., where they Charles Connor, before leaving for They are: Marian Anderson, Jack Prominent local cast Florida City "
was formerly art interne in Dade visited relatives for a month. the University of Florida In Bentley, Billy Dearborn, Floyd Community Church, Friday, Sept. ,
1 County Hospital where. Mrs. Hall Gainesville.Mr. Fogle Bully Hutchinson, Martha 25. t
I is employed. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morris and I Ann Lindsay, and Norton Wake- 25c and 15e
Mrs. Miss
and Mrs.J. I.Coker returnedto
r Bowen, returned Wednesday. Mr.
Mrs. W. D. Horne and her their home In South Miami after
and Mrs. Morris the summerIn
I daughter, Mia Elizabeth, returned spent spending two weeks with Mr. Co-
Rockfngham N. C., and New
Monday from Hendersonville, ker'i parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
York City and Miss Bowen visitedin
1 IX, C and Atlanta where they Coker.
[ pent,five weeks. Mrs. Home's Philadelphia and Atlantic City What Will Your Harvest Be? -

r, { other daughter, Mrs. Ploy Watson Miss Lou Belle Crennell under- FLORIDA CITY ;

I of Canal Point accompanied: them went a tonsil operation at the Mr*. W. W. STor, CormpMdnlMr.
F on the trip. Post Graduate hospital last week
I A That depends on the kind of seed you plant. ;
and Mn. W. B. Mill of MI-
and Mrs. John C. Williams Mrs. and
Mr. Mr. and F. W. SUllmaa
ami rented an apartment In Plant Certified Seed and
Burpee's Tomato
[ returned from their summer home' daughters, Betty and Margaret, the home of Mn. B. H. EdwardsIn you
' ; f In West Brownsville Pa, on_Sun- returned to Redland last Monday : Florida City. Mr. Mills plans get QUALITY.
I day. from Rahway N. J. where they
t ; to firm this winter and Mn. Mills I
had spent the past two month will teach music In the Homesteadand

Miss Mary Williams, who taught Florida City schools.
in the Neva King Cooper School Mr. and Mrs. Casper Williams I Just received new shipment of... : '
( last year 'and .moved.to Galnes* and thel* daughters, Barbara and Mn. Merle Bridge of West
I villa with her brothet.fa-law.and Mary Eleanor arrived Sunday i Palm Beach! and ber daughter, ;
I sister, MrLand Mrs. Stacy Haw from CUrksvUM Pa., where they I Virginia, areaueitl thisweek orI BariM-s Certified. Mar-tobe 1

1 kins, vlslteB' In Homestead Monday had iperit. the summer. I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dixon, Bvpce's Certified lateen I .
I afternoon. She will teach in .-
Html this year. .Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Sommers Mrs Tom Cohernour and tons, *) .' ,B.r.*.'. Ira,reved GroUwa Red Globe i
returned Friday from Mentors Billy, Guy and Jimmy, returned S
Mrs. T. J. Faust; Mrs. W. E.Rbeney Ala., where they spent the summer Tuesday from Ronceverte, W. Va, Livingston' Tree Blue Glebe ;
I Mr*. Bevo Webb and Mr* it Camp Cloudmount Mr.Sommer' where they spent the>summer. i
J. K. Brooks returned Friday from summer camp lot boys.
the Casa Grande apartments on Mr. and Mn. Harold Rohrer
Miami Beach'where they. bad spent Dr. and Mrs. M. D. Hartman and moved Saturday from the Hobart Buy at Home ... Buy From
1 week. their daughter Miss Henrlette,returned Brockett garage apartment to the ;
Sunday- from Nashville, Hunter house-on Avenue B. I'
Mrs. 1(. K. Clarke and two of I Tenn., and Owensboro Ky, where '
her children Vida and King, are I Mrs Hartman and Miss Henrlette Mr. and Mn. Frank Stalling of Grantham Seed Store
expected to return soon from a spent the summer. Dr. Hartman South Miami and Miss Ingleborf
two-month trip through various went up two week ago to bring Mattson of Miami were Sunday
parts of Africa. They landed In them back. guests in Florida City Homestead Fla. Phone 22: .
New York City last week. Another
child, Billy, stayed with Mr. and Harold Brenner returned Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rayburn will
Mrs. C. Ben,.Plummer during herr from Owlston; where he leave at the end of the week fora tNSdti9
; absence. has been for the past month. Since one-week visit with relatives
he left here in May he has toured in Miami.
Mrs. T. E.: Evans is seriously 111I the United State and part of Can-
at her home on South Krome avenue ada. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Johnson of
-following a major operation Miami were week-end visitors at
I In Jackson Memorial hospital in ?*Ira. E. A. En.nJIYU brought the home of Mrs Blanche Chap
[Miami on Sept. 10. Her daughter home Wedneadgy afternoon from man.
I Mrs. Frank Joy of Washington, the Kendall hospital where she
t.. ID. C., arrived in Homestead this has been convalescing from I ma- Mrs. Bruce Thompson assistedby
t' ; [.week. jor operation performed Aug. SI Mrs. O. Clonlnger and Miss
Ruth Hancock, entertained Sunday -
Mr. and Mrs. A. F Arthur andjthtlr Mrs W. H. Saul and family afternoon In honor of the
son, Billy, returned Wednesday moved last week from the Saun- eighth birthday of her daughter
from Lewes, DeL, where Mrs derl.Jiouse on N. W. Fifth street Lavon. Cake and ice cream were

Carey Roofs

I. New Stock of Fall ,Seed Make Your'Dollar* BIgger :t:

.. "t X 7B carry Cartf RooBnp and Shingles to

Just ArrivedWe V V styles tad]varieties suitable for every build .

lag from the fir* residence to the small poultry, ,

boot These toofs, made manufacturer with

I :" ; 'hate a New Stock.of.Tomato, Pepper. Cabbage and other Vegetable over 90 fUn of successful experience, cost no ,,
more than ordinary rooftop
; foe Fall Planting We:Also have RedJand''rand Fertilizer for
.. Seed :- :That' why your dollar grew when you buy roof* ,

. .. ;'Every Purpose. .* Ue Redland Brand for Quality and Quantity . *if from M-our price and quality will prove Itl

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Florida 'East Coast Fertilizer Co.
'rl Phone 62 Homestead, Fla.7'"r" .

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Page Eight THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Friday, Sept. ia 1936 '

II s I S ci Events in South Dade I-


of the engagement of JamesH.
sIsasonatMr.andMrs.' Roberts, Jr., of J. R Roberts
'A Miss Dorothy Deden and Robert son Both Home Demonstration Clubs Jr., Mrs. Wayne r. Calkins, Mrs.E. .
of Homestead, and Mist Lillian
t :Darelng were married In the First Fred B. Darting of Arlington' of the district elected officers yes r. Marshall Miss Eitelle M.
Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Christian Church In Miami Friday Mass. He attended Berkley Preparatory terday.; The Homestead club Turner Mrs. W. a Mahan, Mrs.
S. T. Johnson of Nocotee
afternoon at 4.30: o'clock by Dr. School in Boston and was''I : elected Mr*. R. L. Hobson president Dane, Mrs. R. B. Zenker Mrs.
Everett S. Smith pastor ef the graduated from Arlington High The wedding will take place and the Redland club reelected Chaa. Lair, Mn. E. P. Whitworth,
church. School In 1930. Sunday Mn. Kate M. Dam president Mrs. B. E. Douberley. Mrs. E.: A.

Mr. and Mn. O. H. Sullivan Jr., A wedding supper was served I Carter, Mn. J. D. Wysong, Mrs.
REDLAND r-T. A .TO GIVE Geo. E. Deuel Mrs. Geo. E. Reed
Deden homeon
Friday evening at the I Mn.
? cousins of the bride, and Carl De- Fred Suber wi elected
den Jr., her brother, were the attendants King's Highway. The centerpiece Redland ParentTeacherAssociation : vice-president of the Homesteadclub
was an elaborately decorated ; Mrs. Harry Wolfe, recording
will hold las annual
The bride blue three-tier wedding cake on secretary; ; Mrs. Frank Hausman, B. r. W. C. HEARS REVIEWOF
wore a pale crepe reception for the Redland school
whose stood miniature bridal
top a statistical secretary; Mn. O. M. CONFERENCE TOPICS
ensemble trimmed with fox fur.
faculty in the gymnasium Friday
couple and at whose base circled Cooper, treasurer; and Mrs. Ceo.' Mrs. B. L. Blggen had charge
Her and
accessories she
: were white 25.
evening, Sept
Iced llliel of the valley. Tuberoses NT. Wakefield, council of the program at the meeting of
carried an old fashioned bouquetof coral vine and fern, also All parents are invited to be tive. Mrs. R. E. represent.-I the Homestead Business and Professional
tube rose Mrs. Sullivan wore were used In the decorations, and present to meet the new teachers retiring president, Women's Business Club

I turquoise blue crepe ensemble at each plate was a basket of mints md to renew acquaintance with Mrs. Mary Carlson gave several at the home of the president, Mrs.
with white accessories and carriedan
:, :
old fashioned bouquet of white surmounted by a wee bride and the othen. Interesting suggestions for Christmas L. L. Bow, Monday evening, and
bridegroom. Coven were laid for: presents that members could i reviewed the chief event of the
mixed I flowers.
the bride and bridegroom, Mr. and MRS. R. E. ASPLEY IS make. Among these were a tuft- regional conference held recently -
Mrs. :Darelng Is the daughter of Mn. Deden Mr. and Mn Sullivan, HONORED ON BIRTHDAY ed bedspread and tropical articles In Miami. Miss Lucille Bevls,

Mi and Mrs. Cart Doden, prominent Mr. and Mn. Tom J. Harris, Mr. Mrs. Tom Lindsay gave a bridge made In Key West. 1 Mrs. Wm. M. Johns, Mn Wm. E.

residents of Homestead. She I and Mn. Edward Brooker, Mrs.T. luncheon at her home Tuesday in Twenty-four members were Myen and Mn Ben Archer were

was horn here and was graduated pBrook.r.and Carl Ceded, Jr. honor of the birthday of Mn R. there to start the new year. Present I' called on for summaries of talks.

from Homestead High School this Mr. and Mrs. Darelng are now I E. Aipley. Mn. T. J. Faust won besides those named were: Mn. Myen, program chairman,

spring.Mr. living In their own home, the residence the high score prize and Mrs. W. Mrs. J. A. Hooks, Mrs. Jesse Creer announced that a panel discussionon

Darelng who lived In Homestead t. on N. W. Ninth street, formerly E. Rheney, the low score prize. Mips Ruth Fox, Mrs. D. M. Groover : the newly enacted social: securIty -

n most of the past seventeen owned by Mr.end Mn. Harris. Present were: Mrs. J. R. Brooks, Miss Cora Mae Groover, 141"1.1 act would be given at the open

Mn. M. L). Hartman, Mn. H. P. O. C. Radford, Mrs. Carl Drawdy, 1 meeting of Sept. 28.

\MLMA ARNOLD IIAV8MAN: Harper, Mn. Hubert Nichols, Mn. McDantol. Mrs. J. H. Webster, Mrs. Mrs. Don Ferreyra. Mrs. W. W. Mn J. E. Gauzens reported

WEDS IN NEW HAVEN, CONN. Wm. M. Johns, Mn. Wm. E. Rhe- Weston, Mrs. Rheney, Mrs. Faust, Bethea, Mrs. Mae King, Mrs. Vf.: 1 plans made by the committee ap-
t> Dr and Mn. Frank Hausman ney, Mrs. E. L. Lawrence and Miss Henrietta Hartman and the D. Coker Mrs. R. E.: Wittenwyler,: pointed to arrange for the district
t this week received the announcement Principal L. B. Sommers, hostess. Mrs. A. D. Smith 1\4r1. R E. Anderson luncheon meeting to be held at

of the marriage of their "If' and Mrs. V. M. Grennell. the Homestead Country Club on

daughter-in-law, Mrs. Wilma Ar- RECEPTION TO BE GIVEN Mn. E.: A. Carter was elected Nov. 15. Mn. Don Ferreyra was

nold Hausman of New Haven, FOR REDLAND FACULTY Th Calendar vice-president: of the Redland club;I added to the committee because
Conn., to Caleb H. O'Connor of A reception for the Redland Mrs. A. W. January recording one of Its members, Mn. Bertha

the same city In 1(28 the faculty and a community supperto secretary; Miss EsteUa: Turner,I Edwards, could not """.
with her tint husband, be held In the Redland Community Sept. 21-Free stereopticon lecture treasurer; Mn. R. B. Zenker council Carina punch ind crackers were

Hausman, Jr., who died soon bride.. Church on Thursday, Oct. 1, "Throughout the Year With representative; and Mrs. Gee.C. served by Mrs. Bow after the
ward Spent two or three were planned by the Ladles' Aid Bulbs," In agriculture room in Deuel, reporter. business session.

fare with Dr. and Mrs. Society at the church at its meetIng Homestead High School at S p. m. Mrs. Carlson exhibited: many -

and her young son Frank HI, has Sept 10 at the home of Mrs.1 Sept. 21-Rebekah anniversary attractive article and spoke of IntUnmeai MM

spent almost an of his life 'herewith 1 Clan Stewart when Mrs Stewart I IWft'I meeting. new projects for the club. Plans Mn. Black:: "We really must. get
Dr. and Mrs. Hausman, Mrs. and her sister, Mrs. Messenmith, Sept. M-Study class meeting for the new year were made department I new car John.
the hostesses.
O'Connor la a violinist of note, and Wayne I with Miss Jennie LobdeU at S chairmen were appointedby Mr. Black: "What-when we're
', she conducts a New Haven orches Calkins, Mrs. M A. Baker and i p. :L the president, and a new roll of still paying installments on the
Mn. F. W. Stillman will be In
tra. Mr. O'Connor Is a composer. charge of the tables.Mrs. Sept. S3-ADflay meeting of members was started. car I exchanged for the ear I sold
In announcing the engagementone Woman's Club of the Redlands. Those present were: Mrs. M. J. In part payment for the car we've

i of the New Haven papers said: will be. Baker the next, It hostess.was announced, Sept. IS-Sub-Deb Club meeting Brockhoff, Mrs. Geo. W. Turner, got now?"-Pearson's.

.to of with Miss Nina Pearl Bush at
>''f "Announcement made the Those present were Mn. Cooper 7:30
coming marriage of Mn. Wilma Hayes, Mrs. Thos. Brewer, Mn. Sept.p. 24-Redtand Ladles' Aid
Arnold Hausman, of New Haven, Geo. E.: Deuel Mn. M. J. Brown- meeting with Mrs. M. A. Baker at
daughter of Mr. John C Arnold low. Mrs C. Ben Plummer, Mn.

and the late Mn. Arnold of Tus- Ceo. W. Turner, Jr., Mrs. J, F Mc- 2:30 Sept.p. m.24-All day quilting meetIng -
caloosa, Ala., to Mr. Caleb H. An Innovation
Cullough Mn. Thos. Adams, Mn of Areme Club with Mn. B. G.
O'Connor of this city son of Mr. J. S. Schneckenberger, Mrs. Baker, Branch.

Caleb Weston Spofford O'Connor Mn. Calkins, Mn. Stllman and Sept. 24-Meeting of Royal
a and the late Mrs. O'Connor of Mia EsteUe Turner. Poinciana Grove at Branch home

4 Washington D. C., on Tuesday, 8p.en. Strictly DIXIE DRUG
September .. MRS. ELDER TO PRESENT Sept. Presentation of "The
"Mn. Hausman studied at the RUTLAND GIRLS IN RECITAL District Skule" In Florida City ''/
University of Alabama and the Mrs. Joseph Elder will present Community,Church.
D'Agostlno Concervatory of Mu- two of her pupils, Mary Frances: 25 Redland P.-T. A. reception -
Sept. NOW have notebooks and school
sic Birmingham, Ala. She Rutland and Ruth Rutland la a for faculty in gymnasiumat you can your

taught music on the faculty of the piano recital tomorrow afternoon I p. its.Sept. books monogramed with your Initials.
University of Alabama from UlU at I JO retook In the Rutland homeon 27-Chaucer Guild meeting -I

1833. Mr. O'Connor, who makes Krome IftlMIlI'7 Frances *"ome of Mrs. L. L. Bow. ,
his home with his grandfather, Dr. will play the major part of the Sept. M-Open meeting t>f .
Henry H. Smith, 86] Whitney program, and Ruth wlu. assist with I Homestead Business and Professional -I'

avenue, WM educated at the Met I group of short ple etI. Woman' Club. i Our supply of school accessories is complete.
rimeD School Westport: Wllbra- The program will be as follows: Oct. 1-Redland faculty reception

ham Academy, and University "Barcarolle" ._'"' .... OffenbachOld '. and community supper .at .
of Alabama. He Is a member of Refrain ....._ __ Folk Song Redland Community church at *

i1 Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity. "Skylark" _...... Tchaikovsky p. m. I
Mary Frances Rutland Oct. 1J-Flnt regular meetingof Our service in monograming notebooks Is

HOMESTEAD T.-T. A. PLANS "Fairy Bella4 _.. Mae Aileen Erb Woman's Club of Homestead
RECEPTION FOR TEACHERS "Mister J'roule"Bemel .. at p.m.Oci something new and useful.

The Homestead 1VT. A. executive Copeland 15:.Homestead Home Demonstration '. k 1'1 .
committee Tuesday morning "Woodland Concert": ____._ .. Club meeting at t.SO '. ," *

decided to hold the annual : -__ .__. ..__. Louise Stain a. m. In( Neva King Cooper School. "
tion for teachera on Friday "Chipmunks on the Wall" Oct. 15-Redland Home Demonstration Avail yourselves of this new service.

; ing, Oct 18.Executive. nctP-j __._,_.Harold Locke Club meeting at 1:30:
meetings, they Ruth Rutland in Redland Community Church. .
coded will be held "Amourette"._ .._. 'Uel er Oct 15-Areme Club party.
o'clock instead of at 10 o'clock.: "DaDdq- Dour __._ Poldlnl Oct. 15-Redland P.-T. A. meeting -
t The committee voted to give "March of the Tin So Biers" .__ at 8 p. m. A complete new line of stationery that can be

w one dollar to assist Mrs. W. H. ______ ._ __I __ Pierne I Oct Homestead P.-T. A.
of Dade< Mary Frances Rutland reception: teachers. monogramed in your favorite color.
Beckham: president ---- ___ __ __..1
County Council of Parents and

Teachers, and the other P.-T. A.'s

of the county In a fight against, Dance
Saturday Night
slot machine, and to use twenty-
five dollars for sending a representative

or representstlvM to the SEPTEMBER 19th The Dixie DrugYour .
state convention In Jacksonvilleon ;
Oct. T and 8,
Mr. X W. English the president
told bow the aasodado Is selling
work bOob la the Neva King MUSIC BY

Cooper School to keep school patrons LLOYD SOULIER MIAMI ORCHESTRA I Save With Safety
from having. to (* to Miamito

Present get ttera.were: Vtt. Eajtfch' Mrs' .,...Phone.3120..for Reservations .' 1 .-. .' A-
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i I Social Events I I!1=pears 50th Anniversary. Sale==

One of the Greatest Values


-- Of a Golden Event

Wm. F Thayer, owner of Win.I Mitchell it Co., remaining with _
I necummett Gardena on Redland that firm for 23 yean He then

road and winter resident of Red- entered business for,himself, .
6.3 Cu. Ft-
land, recently celebrated his "Mr. Thayer was twice married. 8

eightieth birthday anniversary, recording His first wire, deceased was the
, to an article In the Boston former Miss Carrie D. Prescott Ai

Globe.The follows: i erick daughter J. Oalow by this union resides, Mrs.in FreeI-j i IDI.aSPDT: : i iI

"William Francis Thayer, veteran head L. 1. Mr. Thayer .
of Haverhlir retail trading second wife, the former Miss Ada,

district, will observe his eightieth. F. Hall, live at 10 Grant street I

birthday tomorrow, but Instead ot They have a son, Chester S. Thayer ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR
a formal celebration he will devote who I II associated with his father II
in business, and a daughter,
part of the day to his business
duties, Just as he has done for the Mrs. Edward W. Cunningham,
69 I Exeter, N. H.
past years
"Mr. Thayer conducts a .omen' "Mr. Thayer has been a memberof v

apparel store at 209 Merrimack'I' the Portland Street Baptist I I Ia
street He was born in Chlcopee Church for the past 5S years and

Falls, son of the late William and I Is a former superintendent of the
Clarrlsy (Qsgood) Thayer. He, Sunday school He Us a winter

attended the public schools of his home at Redland Fla. and a summer -

native town and when IS came to residence at Hampton Beach, a
this city and entered the employ of N. H."

W. M. 8. CIRCLES HOLD nephew who had pent two and *
SEPTEMBER MEETINGS half months with his mother In

W. M. S. Circle One met with New Haven, Conn. Miss Haus
Mrs.John Anderson Tuesday after- man returned to Fort Pierce Sun-
noon. The hostess conducted the. day'night. She is home demonstration -

devotional part of 'the' program, agent for St. Lucie County -
and Mrs J. A. McNeil directed a ,
guessing contest

The afternoon was devoted to FIFTY ATTEND BENEFIT
making dish towels for the church LAWN FETE AT CHURCH
kitchen. About fifty persons attended the

Mrs Anderson served pineapple benefit fete given by the young
Ice cream and cookies people's department of the Homestead -
Methodist Church on the
Present were: Mrs. Lula Free,
church lawn Tuesday night
Mrs Vlvan Booth, Mrs H. M.
Twelve dollars was cleared for the
Glbbs, Mrs. C. M. Redd, Mrs Mc-
Southern College dormitory fund.
Neill and Mrs Anderson.
Garland Wynn and Miss Helen
j Circle Two which met with Mrs.t Field were in charge of arrangements -
t S Caplinger planned to placea Sandwiches cake
blackboard in the church for the ice cream and punch were ..al.d'l
names of sick church members sot and games were played.
that each one could be visited Mrs Among those present were: the
Geo Hanson led the devotionaL Rev. and Mrs A. A. Koestllne, Mr.

Present were: Mrs J.L. Ballard, and Mrs. L. L. Field Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. O. L. Showalter. Mrs H. L. 3 E. Dose, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan

Barber Mrs Ranson and Mrs. Moser, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ranson, -1
Caplinger Mrs. A. S. Moye, Mine France
Misses Grace, Helen,
Mrs A. A. Koestllne was hostessto
Margaret, and Mildred Field, Miss
Circle Three In the parsonage
McNeill, Miss
and in the absence of the leader Mary Marybelle
Cibbs, Miss Miss .
Mary Ranson
Mrs A. B. Slagle presided at the ,
Nella Souls, Miss Effie Booth Miss =
meeting Miss Jennie Lobdell '= =
Ruth Tower, Miss Mary Bradley, -
conducted the Bible study from -
Miss Ruth Fredrick Miss Marjorie -- --
First Corinthians -
Moser Miss Wanetta Koestllne -
Present were: Mrs.C.B.Bentley =- -=
Alone Koestllne, John Whlchard -
Mrs Joel J. Robinson, Mrs Paul -
Donald McKay Gene Hunt James = =
Reynolds, Mrs J. W. English, Mrs. -
Booth and Garland Wynn. -
Leo Peyser, Mrs J. J. McLendon --- ---
Mrs. Bruce Ennls, Miss Lobdell -- --
and Miss Helen Livingston -
Circle Four met with Mrs J/E. -= =
Circle members gavea
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Davis The hostess conducted
surprise farewell party Tuesday
the devotional, and Mrs. Sam
evening for Mrs. E. E. Altman,
Davis led In prayer. Mrs. A. L. LE Compare with
their past pre.idenwho Is to
Chandler who of the
was a guest
leave Saturday for her new homeIn
circle showed her book of value
scrap any _
New Smyrna, and they presented _
the flowers Of Palestine
her with a gift for her baby _
Sandwiches and punch were offered at
daughter, Jacqueline Marlene, who
served wa born on Au,. 27
Present besides those named
In the group were:Mrs Florence $ 150.00
were: Mrs Mollie Wlngate, Mrs 5
Pacetti, Mr* Blanch Chapman, Down Payment
F Fleltas. Mrs. 3; D. Redd, Mrs. P. Mrs. Ada Young Mrs.. Neecie a
B. Bird, Mrs. Jas
Breach, Mrs Nora Smith' and
Mrs. A. SvMoyeHAUSMAN Mrs. Frances Coker Long-Life Roto-Rite

== Large 6.3 Cu. Ft. Size Unit
REUNION MNNEB SUNDAY RESUMES REGULAR MEETING g. Streamline Design .. Foodex Compartment

Dr. and Mrs Frank Hausman Royal Poindana Grove, Wood- 10 Freezing Speeds Finest Dry-Zero
and members of their r
family en- men's Circle, held the first meeting
Joyed a reunion dinner Sundayat of the new season on Sept.'10 + Interior Light Insulation

the Hausman home on King's at the home of its guardian. ,,...... New Touch-a-Bar i Big 9 Sq. Ft. Shelf 5
Highway Florence PacetU, Mas Neecie
Mrs. Bailsman had returned Branch, Mrs. Theuna Radford and ; Door Opener SpaceA

Thursday from a two-week visit Mrs. Ruth Godwin were named asa
in Birmingham, Jasper and Cad>- committee to draw up hew bylaws fitting climax to our fifty year of value giving! 113 Coldspot offer you greater 5

den, Ala. for the grove It wa re- == efficiency freezing, speed and economy of operation. Improvement worked out
Mr and Mrs. C. H. Woe, son-in- ported that Mrs Hattie WmtakcrI a through a whale year of experiment In our laboratories. Super-powered by Sear =
law and daughter of Dr. and Mrs. recovering from an attack of = reliable "Package Unit," a marvel of modern mechanical efficiency which has operated =

Hausman, and their two sons, Illness, and that a letter received smoothly for month la our own hot room at constant temperature of 110 to 120 =

Frank Hagler and Surrey had re- from another member of the grove, I .' ,degree*. See (this. marvelous Coldspot In the Anniversary II

turned from an extended trip Mrs Ills Lewis of Stuart, tell of
through Washington, D. C., Chicago Mr. Lewis' serious Illness.
Niagara Falls and point in Ice cream and cookie were
Canada. served by the hostess and her
Miss Bertha Nill Hausman had daughter Mill Louise Pacetti.

returned Saturday night from a Present were: Mrs. Nora Smith'I "86 I ; I I ::936 i
three-week vacation trip spent in
New York and North Carolina, r:1) BISCAYNE BLVD, 11T1I TO lllll ala., MIAMI

bringing with her Frank Arnold Mr Ada Young Mrs. Radford

Han, bet eight-year-old and Mrs. Pacetti. '1, STORE. HOURS... : Daily; 9:00 to 5: Saturday, 9:00 to 9:00:

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mnndMa Cartlffeat. koMnr No. I of Ml.UU k.a.ail.< Ik Ooot"* hd. Tu Any RATE: Flat insertion 104 a UM; subsequent iiuwrttonsS

I I II II '"f Juir. A D iin MM fa MTaffto < a line
: CHURCH week prayers and Bible study *. :nd .kM ..an..filed...... tara .
I tax dead a .be bled l.1.,. *. Bildj e..
Thursday at 7.30.METHODIST Mn.a .metres. the"
jPnRaeatea. -The Rev C. N.' foal.dsieaed- i4 Sttaa RENT I

-talker! ptstor Sunday school at EPISCOPAL, d .........., tooltCanaty II I MISCELLANEOUS
Uc .
al nuke' 1, RMcwtr. a SuUa.
,.. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. SOUTH Pint: Rook II. >.. N. I. lad OM*. FOR RENT IT acre scarified

", ma de p. Bt; aY.P.itt at 7.p..nv tka t, iMMiaiint w Dale State at Mid w riarMa. land 1100 cash. Mrs. Fred R. PIANO TUNING an. repelling
Pswwtr wader
4 services Wednesday at 8JotmliU White Stone Cbareh-Homestead the MM _"...... hMd *M .III DM. Link, Robert Road and Bauer Good used piano tor Sale cheap

"1ft ; the Rev. A. A. Koestllne ft HtnJ. RteClMkr.Unta W. I:. US N. W. 3rd St
MM. ....'1.....* lh.ll .W ,..,,.. DrIve. (p o 2) Koon.
pastor. Sunday achool at (:30 a. .4 aoMrdlnataw.. UM. Properly doMrtkd
-Th.-. Noah Peter m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and I tomato Will k. amid ta tile kllkMt kMd -
I pastor Sunday school at 10 m. Junior League .r M UK CMrt-WuM door m DM r.... FOR RENT-Upstair* furnished REAL ESTATEREAL
p. at J30
: Monday III UK awM* of caucus. IMS.wtlrk apartment Also house Homestead -
m.; preaching at 11 a; m. andOplm.B.Y.P.U.it6:38p. ; m.; Hi League at 5:49 p. m.; "j I* the Ilk dar of Otlokii. I....

.1 : : .m... League at 7 p. m. Prayer PalM thin sad. day 8. of aVrMnktr. IMS.K. Variety Store. (. 4-11) ESTATE-Tliose who wantto

yea Service at 7:30 p. m. Wed- Ing at I p. m. Wednesday.Sept. Clerk *f Circuit LRATHKRNAN.c...",. Dale (Xwtr.R land-20 buy or sell Redland District
acres real estate will find up-to-date
O. nutHnlS. C deep scarified pine land, 20 acres
!Mornlnf message 1 Clm Court a a1N. listings in our office. Many of

;} CATHOLIC "The Fourth Ceranundmrnt" !I..<. 4. II. II. II M |) glade land on Campbell at these listing are stiff at subnormal -

yiaarcn ef the Sacred Heart ; ....allOlo by Mrs. W... Mas NOTICE .P APPLICATION FOR TAI Close In. O. B. Parker. 28-,ll price We shall appreciate -

8. E. Second avenue, Homestead; selwklt Evening mesat DKRDR either your Inquiries or

Ih* Rev. James Cloonan, pastor. < .naM Illl N.. nil GOOD second story, cool, well
"Have Faith 1 listings ..1of which will
> God- special Notice. .. Harrhr Given that .... Rar- your ,
'Sunday mass at B a. m.; week day mull kr young people' choir. Mod .rnlr. holder of Rl.u and Caon. furnished apartmenL Rent rea- have our best attention. Now I*
mass at 7:43 dally. Sunday School ty Tot CartlflMla. N., USD. .baud Uw aonable. Ask at Western Union. W.
Bib 1 Ie the time to buy. B. Mortis
study Wednesday let dar >f Arises, A. D. INT. .... II....
Sunday following 9 o'clock mass., nifhk. ..... In mr ./n.*. and ku made ..../. to 10 U) now associated with ... A. Cameron
Communion for women the first Ntlotl/ far a tal dead o. .be hood 11.._ I N. W. 1st SL. In Citizens
NEW. Gat/float _bra_ ,
Sunday of month; for men and Silver Palm Community Church dMWIkM1,. nm it| ta the County the schwas W Dada FOR RENT-4-room house, two I Bank DldI. Phone 71

boys,the second Sunday of month., -the Rev. H. O. Cowan, pastor stated Florida. ..-.,.. screened porches, running water '
lot 4 and I. a...... I, HalliardPH. fruit trees for
Boly hour Thursday before first' Sunda'lIChool every Sunday at 10 Maas. a ..w. Plot Book IT

Friday of month at 7.43: p. m. Mas* :, a. m.; preaching service on first 14, I* Uw -Gusty ft Dada! couple Apply W. W. Severy I' SALESMAN WANTED

Brit Friday. at T:30'L: m. Be*- third, and fifth Sunday. 7 at 11 a '"Fate *f F_01_. sold Read's Dry Cleaner, ,

ilrtlon of the Blelad.8acradtftltj! m. and I p.'roe at the I MjJjSfaSl. Maid WUTtktlMUlilaM MAN WANTED for nearby H w-

After mass.CHRISTIAN. ... leigh rout Real opportunity for
Prlacelioa.The Rev. H. G. Cow- MM MrtiriNik .11 l k. nd. FOR SALE
I H aee.MFes W kiw, tee craiNntr Inscribed right man. Write Rawlelgh Co.,
CIBN 7E. HI&CH sales pastor therein, will M MM to Ikt. klikM bidder
M Uw C__ dear .> the tint. ..... Memphis, Tenn., FAI-IOJ-OM,
deF !. UK MMk d' --.. TOMATO Pepper and Broccoli
1M4, which B. C. Murphy Horneirteud
Florida City-Broadway and MCTH..IST. FREE te the Ilk Mr d 0.._. ll .. plants. Simons, cor Silver Palm or see

8htUi street Sunday ..'chool.atWAS Dared this end Mr .f S"t.wher. lea Fla. 1(2).
Dr. fc Richard Rd. 4
S a. m. for pupils under JO Ferlda City Mrs.
years :Ernest Warren Cart W Circuit Court IM c Mitr.

i ef age; morning service at 11 pastor. Sunday school Ay N. C. aTLRRETTA BURIAL ESTATES In Flagler Memorial WANTED

'clock. Wednesday evening _r- 2.30: p. m.; preaching 3.30 and t Claws Court Oats C. Park non-sectarian, and -

,' Wee which Include testirnonlal p. aLl Young people's meeting, IIIopt. d. II, It, II. Od. al) St Joseph' Memorial Park,

.f healing and experiences and remarks 7:15; Junior meeting 3:30: Tuesday; RAGS WANTED-The Leader-
NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR TAX Catholic, Miami. The only Catholic Enterprise will swap classified
on Christian Science, 8 p. prayer meeting 7;30 p. m. Thurs 01t1t0
south of St
cemetery Augus for
II1'11e public I 18 cordially invited day. (lbf<... Hill Nc 111) advertising or subscriptions
to attend. Nation b Htir.br Qlvn that Mary A. tine. Only park-like cemeteries wiping rags 7c a pound allowed *
koloW of Sate and Comm Tom
I PENTECOSTAL Cootl'...... No. no.. aid n_. Issued in Southern Florida. No tombstones for clean rigs, white or color-

fr Sept. {:(-Lesson sermon the 7th day of A....... A. O. 1MI kM IM no mounds. Just now we ed. Knit underwear preferred.
some l 4 mr off 1... mat hu made .ppllw..
topic "Matter." Gould_Rev. John H. Stroud, lea roe tae dead to ki Lord 'boo..... are featuring tr.delln any cemetery -

school at 149: s.,. Certificates _b..... UM .
pastor. Sunday : ; folloiHniMicrlkr4 with which you are not entirely l I
property, .In the ... LEGAL NOTICES
I and
at 11 7:30
preaching a. m. : p. auto of PlorMi lowULot. : satisfied. Our price most

Ilomesiead m.; Young people' meeting at 8:30 I and I. Blnrk. I A. AnniM reasonable Perpetual care Representative I
-First avenue and PUt of Porter Meow, a Route.do. NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAI
If. p. m.; Ladle prayer circle, Tuesday in Homestead Mrs I DEEP
W. Fifth street T. J. Hunton bank II ta the
; al 2.80 Mid-week .lir.: D.J. I NotlM It h....., fl..n ,lh,l I.altc Km
: "ii\ .
p. m. prayer A. H. Lawrence it S. F Mat .
minister Bible study at 10 a. m.; u In ( Tt- hold' .. .. awlmin ,if le: 'tulMI.e! DlillnMI
i lorn muni ion fellowship and service Thursday at T:30 p. m. 011. The >_01.., of sold thews' residence (p s 18)) Matrlrt Tan Orllflo.tc Numl. rr.1 Itf
CtMlfkiiM ihM the and day "f Amu I. A O 1NI t.
any under the uM "
f breaching at 11 a. m.; preaching at FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Lard WM In the name of John A. ready'to j ," filed Mid, (Vrlltl-,. /In mr III... and;
J'JO p m. Prayer meeting Wed- l iubuk. FOR SALE-Tomato plants *M mid appllrctlin fir l ton- cl.* I I"> r>i'mUWMOK
CHURCH Lot t. BU..k I A. Arnndnl Pint of E. I In aawrwanM with: 'law :, .l
lay at 7.30: p. IlLCIIVRCII Parts ..._. I ......... Pl.' set; Burpee' Murglobe. 1// 3.rtH1eau nnkram. th. fillimliur *' ,.
Hometlesd':"Rrome avenue at book II, Pan 14. In t'". Count at Vrana Silver Palm drive Hi P_"" MoM* In lluW Cm,.tIo. Ml.
| or GOD Dodo, 11&... of PlorMa, .. dmb..... da Molt
N. 18th street; the Rev. E. L Nelson )- ..l .In Ortfflrnu 1<1.. ""). Th.nanaiBilnt Richard rood. (I 11-25) I Ii IAn I. Bi..* M Amd, Tlnl hr W"Trolilr
minister. Bible school at of MUd prmwrtr undvr *. Plat n..,V In, I I'.iv,' 11.
( Homeitead-609 N. W. First i In the County ?f P..I. Hi.I. ufriiirida.
tin MM OrUtlnu I
10 a.m.; preaching at 11 a. m. WM lathe MANGO CHUTNEY 3c an ot. or .
avenue; J. H. Dodson. minister. memo of Mm A Ijiulwk
and 8 p. m. Young peoples' meeting Union MM Certificates. hall .kt mlram4 SSr a pint Jungle Grove. The a..s.mnl .if uW .r.H-Hy astir
Sunday school at 943 a. m.; aotanllu, lo .... the fruixrtr dmrllwdtkarata / I the MM Ortlflili' IIUIKI ... In far mm
at 7:30.Sept.: : ..f and Wrrllurr I.In,1 I-.. ..M Or-
reaching at 11 a. m and 8 p. m.; will be KM bi UM hltkM kld4w CARISSAS lOc qt CUTTINGS
at UM _.._ door on the first Him tHM.a.hall W ml--l l. --.r.hrii In UwUl .
Junior Y P. at 7 p m. Prayerfleeting ZO-Morning sermon: day hi tile month of October, im. whist and SMALL PLANTS for sate.Mr I dad will lullf '.hereon in 'Ih. SMI Mfof
t m. Wednesday. U tk.llh day of feiliilvr last Cmt.n,'.' A D I Wli4 .
p. Studies In John: "I Am the Dau4 this fnd dar of lkpt..her; IM4K. *, Geo. W. Kosel, Jungle eta inn; dar ol Aui..t. A. h lea

(CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Good Shepherd." Evening B. LEAfHtRMAN. Grove Rcdland road and Plum- .. R. LRJATHRRMANClark : : .
Clerk of Circuit Court beds OaunlrKlorMa. af circuit Oaarl Dad fo"nn.ClrraH .
sermon: "The Future ef Be- 1 mer drive. ( Court ell. p'Istd.
l I IIlead-The Rev. Howard Graham Pi N C. i Hy N C, sit D I'.
lleven E. J. highway BTERRETT D C r"t.
feckel Clrrult Court 11101Isrpt. I GUAVA JUICE $1 (lAu W ....,. 4. 11. II. .
pastor. Sunday school at chairman has charge of per
4, II, II U Oct II
s ':fIIft..; preaching at 11 a. m. young people' meeting al 7 i jungle Grove, Rcdland. .allon'I'

Jtad ':31) p. m.; N. Y. P. S. and 'clock. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION The sharp Cheddar
Juniors at 830 In tk. Clans; IMH. Kkmnlk Jaaklalflrt.lt. FOR SALE Guavas $100 per
meeting : m. I
p. Dads ChantPI.rMw U tkanrr I II
Prayer meeting Wednesday evenIng SPIRITUALIST TEMPLE OF Caw N.. tun.IHVORO. ''I. bushel. Jungle Grove Redland thai spreads I

| LTNN Drf........ 533-M.:
Princeton-the Rev. C. H. Con- Homestead branch of Miami It apimrlna: .kr afflda H sanded ta delivery in city. Phone

thin pastor. Sunday school at f:45; Spiritualist! Temple of Truth in Ih. bill flM In th, ahun .t..v4 calm that McEwen Poultry Plant
MILLARD J. LYNN, the Orfmdanl thaw
preaching at 10:43 a. m. and 7.30i : Woman' Club 410 N. W. Eighth I. named l> a non.rohknt of the State offlorid. .e.'l1w"...aac'

1 p. m. Junior meeting at 8.30: ; youngpeople's avenue. Men's Bible class and .. and fckj naldrnc .. unknown that
there I. no person In the state at Florida. LEGAL NOTICES
meeting at I:30. Prayer young people' lyceum at 713: p. the irrvlM. uf ..h_.. upon wkvm would
meeting Wednesday at 7.30 bled lurk Def wd.N and that .IM la over
m. Dr. J. Carl Hobsonat
; p. m.; healing by
| the .red tw.aty.n., ....... It b thnwKm NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
7.43: ; lecture aad message at wwrnj I Hat soldm. Mwant Ita.faaibuil DIIEI
EPISCOPAL 7.30.: kt and ka h heathy required ta idea.<. Rill N.. IM CreamedOLD
JilL John's S. E. Second amps ta the Rill of Complaint flM I. Nollr. It HWMV Ulvm that .... A. CPraahlln .
,, avenue --"- MM MUM oil W .halo* .._.. the aid koMrr of Btala and toantr Tat
and Fourth street Homestead; the poetry Hit New All-Tim Lew day %f Oitukpr A. II 1ft... alkrwk the OartlflMt/ Ma 4>TI k.Md the fat dw of ENGLISHIt
._.tlan. of MM bill will .k* ...... a* Arrant A. D. IWf kM lied MnM In mroffbo.
( Sumner C. Taylor, Jr., pastor. Display 35 cent per column son f..d .kr Mid. ..'..d.... and kM sade apnlkatloa. for a tat
i schedule: Holy Euchas- Inch.Readers. It Ie further ordered lost thin .Mar .bepubllahed dad to ka kaard Ikmon aid CortlflMI..wihiam has the tlngle- n-the-tonoue

,lot 7 a. m.. Friday; evensong, I p. once a rr-it for tour.mnatoi1. this followlna, >*rrlkrd" proprrtrla flavor of rare sharp chime .
In local column, 10 works In TH* 1.lADrR rNTEBPRIIIC the County of Dada Rut of KlurMa.
n., Sunday; Young Peoples' Service cent Una.Clasilfled a nrwipapn puklUlwd In Mid I I I *"",t: I and it's ipreadable. Try Creamed
I League, 8:30 p. m, Sunday at a county aad BUM Los I. block I, franklin luk. A Old English la sandwich, pinto
ads, 2 cent per word. Thai B.pt I, ItMB ..., Plat Nook I. Pan 14, la the
: parsonage on Avocado drive. I R. LEATHIRIIAH. County of II.... ..... of KlorMa. I II or touted!
Original poetry, 10 cents per Clerk. of ClrtuU Court. Tk a.ame 01.... of told pnwrtr u.do'l I
t ITANOEUCAL LUTHERAN/ line. (Clreult Coart Ball I I tad MM. Mrtlnrat. laraad WM ta the aaaM A Kroft Product
I I .v r / oonto.Opwir got U5k.... ,
JSb These rates are for each Insertloru Cknfc. UnlrM MM Mttlffeata. ...all .M ..Jrcordln ..<
SehaRedlmd; the Rev. ,..... CARR a CARR .
South Bend (W ah.) Journal hi ww. The propwlr dwjrrlhM1UMTin
-. M. PoUr pastor. Sunday! 1.. IrI_ for Plaintiff. will h. .44 la the kKKMt kMiwr.1 I Ial
school j IkVpl. 4. II, II II. OIL J). I the. Court-kooM door .* the. firms. Mu*. '
aoh-Sunday-at 1am. r
day In MM month af Mawr IMS WILUY9 CARS.TRUCK9
, Service on second Sunday ORRIR FOR rirRt ICATION to the Itk dar *( UeuUr. IM4. --I
.*f each month at 3 p. m. and Ger-I M ka C..It......, Rbnalk AMMnlrimU. I baud thh IPik dar '"f A...... 1"0.K. :
beds Caanlr. ,_. I. Ckw. LEAa5ERMAN.lark Eta NO
o*ian service en fourth Sunday'!.1 Turaer's Funeral Hose ...... CM N.. ...... ( W C'c:;. ,' IS4> Uonnlr So Ns y
MANNA tniMtlniM. 15.05 .. v
|| p.m. MANNA GRKKII"! (:RG, Plaintiff. mLOUUI A r H. C. ........... = 4" c
141111. AMniLANOH 0GR4KE ORKrNHEHM I"" ......... 1 Clrnlt Court Bnlt :
f METHODIST EPISCOPAL I| lady Attendant It ai>i *rlM kr affidavit appended ta tAnf. '" ...... .. II into
the. kill fU-1 hi the-shwo eased OMM. tad. '
4 Florida City CemmmUy Church I IM1Mhe PhonitliR Homsatead. F1 tad I.*........ I* aim-Ktiint of MM Mw ....../ Court *f the II...... Jon
Rev C. O. Nelson Utor.1unm l (.... of t lorMa. aad la a raiMrat of th dfelnl IrrwH I. and law Had. < ....,.
State W M.warhaaa .
..etMSb1 ad.4r.
school at 10 *. m.; preaching ... Who ;1780 N. .:: W.d, Rw.n. i i I rlorMa.H Jkrrlty la twaamrr.and I. 41.PM. RM 4IIIML>U. Italn.
._. .
It II .
wrda d Mat .ridi tlt/. n HOMpmtADiRfoAr.r 110..0 .
at 7:30 ,
: p. m. Midweek prayer aasr..Wwl 1lNe5an1 l mad bto *
i I 'p w ; i P1..W. C.e
j I land Bible study SvednesxUy at, FORGET "LAXATIVES"USE wlrad J* anpanr be the MM w> tspa/N l COiPAN101, ,
filed Ill MldrauM a* 6' Murw Maude j 7 rTE:' < RHIMTURaKntki
1:30.: RED CROSS TABLETS I I tad itridar d Orwdnr 4. IK Nail. tkrf.wto alt.. that ,emus .f.lkr
,I tad all all Jf1 Kedland Community Charett/ | atissatd. aw -haMt-fermlm rlrblaRUi >" iwifMMd kr MM. rM_nt. MUM Ilk 4 May A. bIUM
i aatloa la BPtMMlfl* war to halt, Ml- (Wthel *. ,wdlanr ..rain .
the i tk|| qr4r all Mr* I. lMwi
Rev. C. G. Nelson' pastor.|I loiianm ..kMdackt.a*Manrr I = UH4- ,0i-t1ou: *IIIMOTUIV* tnt fit* nil the .-...., 1:4.: ....
Church school at du u T.t>ku teak In TO ., .. ..
at 10; preaching I Still at his ofl. ta rlorMa C u HIda. '" < ..
I the tr.-: : ; saunas war I ...... a
war I k rbllnd lit MM Cnantr all i .1 M tort milltr nor h"' Itrf9
41. Epworth League at <:*1. Mid. I* IM M dla-Ur* lr**tInpurltlH. .ad stn,' tnlnat UM N.sruad Ward 4> War eie.
,r sadtee build! up toaltbr __. This. Sno. .. IM4 I ramww. a rlurMa rorparallon. hod -. ..k :
Only .... Rd Croat BMrk a* E. R. LRAtNF..RMAN, dada swat .ka filed within HIM* ,11MMk C A$ SZ Q
I tile to ......... SYM Miapi L OWLAWRENCE
Oarsmen pot Clark at ClmH Cowl frnaj the dame '"* tad. flee ,..._
I Who ail Crew luaMdiM. rut. I, lCirawk 00" Small Jim Mf this n lli'>.
J.tu. na.. ...kofw tl IU4 Dome 1' R* r t. ooirt.o. DATED fhb 1Ma 4., d Jell A. n 1714 '
ii]X 2 .k LH-O'Wed. Rd Oman ('hili.... P....Tonlr. 7. K. JI. IA"" ..Drp.. Slctk. I EDWARD 5TILIN1i, R-.I.r I UIIOS. Inc.
at" Create Rob set ftlklvlt 'I '4rtwj* fw. PlHtMrYfrf *., .
again T-l'tTi 1 / aura
,- =. %, M ; ,,,.,to- ", .."! ,..! tlfrliT Q .,, pfsi t"ttl"lkittllra.27, .'1sp 'I L Homestead, Fla.

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Page Twelve THE__LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, Sept. 18, 1936
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"M w nw .x.x n.dw.x .xx..w x. w n. Mrs. B. O. Branch This wa the I i I and AmabeH.
EYES OF CITRUS I. ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTSMISS -I tint meeting held since July. I Those going were: Richard Bigger -
Mr Dexter Smith won the mystery *, Lynn Irwin, Homer and
INDUSTRY FOCUSONRATEHEARING ..- package Albert Byrum, Oliver Saunders
HELEN WEST IS NEW w and marshmallow roast at their I' Present were: Mrs. X B. Hardee,I Von Oilmer, Wilbur Cave, Stew
SUB-DEB CLUB PRESIDENT home Monday night Game followed I Mr*. Annie Butter, Mr*.'Oeo. W. Blllelo and Qabert Kuhn.
MIA Helen West was elected the supper, and later the I Turner, Jr., Mr*. Wm., M.
president of the SuB-Deb Club at group attended the diamond ball Mrs. A. R. Meybem, l\Ira. JOhna.1
Itt first meeting; this Mason. The game McODurtney, Mrs. Smith,
Railroads 16 Try to Raise meeting was held at the home of Present were: Mica Marjorie: telle Turner and Mia He : Livingston. 1

Rates by Hiking EstI- Mini Marcia Oauaen Wednesday Moser, Miss Betty Jane Mayhem, I
night MIA Bobble Summerllnwa Miss Mary Grace English.: Mia A group met with Mr*. Branch'
mated Box Weight elected secretary; Mill live Marjorie Redd, Mice Bathe Pope, Tuesday and started a quilt which: P
Dyal, treasurer; and Miss Virginia Mir Ruth Fredrick. Miss Nina in to be quilted In an all-day I I ]E
Orlando, Sept. 17-Eye: of the Frlck publicity chairman. Dyad, Mile Peggy Allan Mia Edna: meeting on Sept. 24. In the group!
citrus: Industry are focused on Atlanta Other members are Milt Hen- Booth, Misses Martha and Edwina were: Mrs. Turner, Mrs. E. E. Alt-I
J. Curtis Robinson of the rietta Hartman, Miss Nina Pearl' Close, Miss Marjorie Lewis, Mis man Mrs. Smith, Mr*. '
Grower and Shipper League of,' Buh and Miss Betty Bowen. i Wanetta Coastline Misses Mildred Calkins. Mr*. Fred WaY1I'I'
Florida, point out here, for the and Margaret Field, Jimmy Livingston and Miss Turner.
reason that in Atlanta on Oct. I McConnell, Elwtn Cooper and .
the railroad will make an attemptto i' SILVER PALM LEAGUE Allan Pope.ARENE .. :r-
Florida orange In standard boxes Miss Vera Fletcher wa elected CLUB TO IIOLOALLDAY : : CLASS I IMra. GeneralPublic
by mean of railing the "estimated president of the Silver Palm Ep QUILTING PARTY Fred Redd entertained her
weight" on a box from 90 to 100 worth League Sunday evening Plans for a benefit party to be I class ot ten-year-old boy from I Utilities
pound By charging shipper for Grady Cowan was elected vice- held In the L O. O. F hall It It the Sunday school of the First Bap.
ten pound more on each box I president; Miss Yvonne Prothero, I*obtainable,on Oct. 13, were made :tist Church at a fish try: Sept. 10 I
hipped, the actual COlt of shipping secretary: and Clement Russell, .at the meeting of the Areme Club I on the Key Largo road. She was Homestead none IOa.M
orange to ALL destinations will treasurer. Friday afternoon at the home of assisted by her daughter, Teresa
be hiked eleven per cent, Mr. Robinson Plans made for the- new year Include -- -
declare, reminding that the the holding:; ot a social ;meetIng inmiNnilllllNIIIMIIIHHIimiHtlMIHMIIIIHHINHIHIHIHIIIItllNHI imilllllHIINmilhlinilHHINIIINIMHIIINIIIIIIIIHIIINIIIIIIimi tfllHmiHMIHIMHIlCHASE
citrus Industry 11 preparing to defend each month and a business
Itself In this emergency. cession preceded by a covered dish
Bud new for the grower came nipper each month. YellowOnions
out of the Chicago conference of The member who had attendedthe SANBORNiDATED
rail executive: last week-end, Mr. party given I by the Redland D
Robinson laid, for northern railroads District Young People' Union reported .
declined: to reduce the rate that they had had an en-
on Florida citrus at the request of joyable evening.
southern railroad In the amount After a church upper on the Coffee Ina .7 ai.G .
expected The friendly Florida ground Wednesday night the
and southern railroad asked for league discussed organization Gar- 3 IbsZ5c
a reduction of 18o per 100 pound land Wynn, president of the young ib.
but the northerji line offered people'i department of tbe Homestead
only an eight cent reduction. Methodist Church, told how
Moreover, the northern railroad the league of that church was organized 1Oc .
.--except the Illinois Central-of- and a round table discussion SATURDAY SPECIALS
fered to "absorb" only one penny: wa held.
of the suggested eight-cent reduc- mono

Illinois Central System announced ALL DAY MEETING.The .
would offer the IRISH
that It
Woman' Club of the Red-
fuU 18c reduction on Itt own line land at Itt meeting In It* club-
and on such connection a* would house Tuesday, the first meeting Potatoes Snowdrift
join with It. This I* the reduction held this season, made plan for
which southern rail-
the friendly
j placing the book In Itt library in
roads, with the citrus Industry,,
order and for holding an all day
hid asked meeting of all member next Wed 10lbs.----------27C 3 lb. can . .. S3c
nesday. The member are to
Lion Entertain Rotes come at 130: a. m. and to bring
At Joint Dinner in Den I lunch. Excell BULK 4 IBS. OverSetPeanut
: Present were: Mr*. B. A. Wald-
The spirit of friendship and good I In, Mr J:. A. Carter, Mr*. H. E. Soda Crackers Brown Sugar . 25c Butter21b.jar..35c -
fellowship pervaded the LlonrRo I Schumacher, Mr*. W. M. Brodle, '
tary Club get-together Tuesday: Mrs. W. D. Mahan Mr*. Ceo. W. 1 lb. pkg. 10c
night In the Lion Den on Silver Turner, Jr., Mr. Kate Mae Dane Dog Food 1 Ib. can. 5c
Palm drive. and Mrs. Clna Stewart. Excel Graham tarjret

A* host for the quarterly Joint GREAT NORTHERN t lBS.
meeting of the two club the Lions, MR AND MRS. CLOSE Crackers Corn Beef
through Program Chairman Tom 'ENTERTAIN HI-LEAGUE: BEANS 25c '
-. .'. .. .
in Torbert the form, provided of a torch entertainment singer and Mr. and Mr*. J. E Close enter- lib p k g. 13c BULK can . 16c
tained the Hi-League of the Homestead
a toe tap dancer from the Mae Rose I
Methodist Church at a wien- Armour's Armour's
Studio In Miami Meal or Grits, 4 Ibs. 18c
i Captain T Dinsmore Upton of
Tomato Juice Roast Beef
Miami noted Chautauqua lecturer ASSORTED FLAVORS 4 PItGS.

that, gave commanded an inspirational the attention address of 24 oz. can. 10c Royal Gelatin . 25c can .. .. .. .. 18c
the member of both chit

ONE CASE IV POLICE COURT 1 a, r n Pure Gold Plain or Self-Rising Handy-Pack
Municipal court wa held Monday -
Bight for one negro case, Coca-Cola
George Walker of Homestead, I
II TMS REALLY want rente,
charged with disorderly conduct, or keep yeulkful **:aad .4 Flour61b.bag.25c{
who wa sentenced to pay five Ulttr ion time at doW
dollar or spend fire day In Jail WW c.1I.w. ..* Physical Culture 6 bottles to pk ... m.z5c
24 lb. .89c
... ..
by Mayor Charles T. Harper. per>-<*J OW bag PLUS BOTTLE .
fca the BVUMT MtfMlde
=. of MlurU health UmihIM -
twit year How to Sea we4and

11? DR.M.A.BERGERDentist ofew STAY tmbellembU.eesMeeUe WELL. RmlM are POTTED MEAT (Armour's) 3 cans lOc ROLL

Net' a Le.pftal-.e Jeae.a. Butter

I =-l:tla.eaar.e.. Ja.a PINK SALMON, lib. can . . lOc

*, ellmhulHe.: moasneSpsva Ib . .. 38c
36 N. Krome Avenue
waR% pear uU *ls ert>
beth*. A adeatfOe health paa Georgia BeefSTEAKS .
j .4 Upstairs anut bM4 om awtenl laws Western

Office hears 8:30-4:30: II yeas lase a -IlIa .........., Round
or 4ielr vveaMne* Chuck Roast
I OTKN RTENINQSDitR.aAKERS visit this :.:! e'e Sirloin 1
...- mad 1 .. wi
n UtOCftIdN'f *** "*
.... ......... Porterhouse ) lb.. 'II. . -asc Ib ... -. 18c

sfat... ..

.... SUCEDCabbage
-5: firm Bead .

.. Sk. rlRihsoflleef.12c .
erV l J>. J>nv9nIb

W sae ids for seea wi nwe"a Spare Ribs lb. 18c . .. 3c
.. ,
to .
OCtoa Hoejti t a. as I p. to own n L. a'l....d..1111 lb.- 5c ,
la.tan II .....

Closed Batamtars ....., Bananas 3 Ibs. 13c Hockkes
,......,. assail str.1. .d sine Selected ..
Free Panting Space U 1"w weds skis nv-s Picnic Hams
JERSEY I If. Bottles
Itll N. V. MTH IT. MUm

nOd s-tiii PU' Sir 11\Ift(:' 'fl." 1Tt H" lb. u. ... 5c Tomato Ketchup.-.t25c lb. __ .. .... 25a
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