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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 25, 1936
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
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System ID: UF00087294:00091
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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:Y J UNOFFICIAL Florida City Submits $119,000, Five Year YEAR TO 5 MONTHS


Project Program to Planning BoardA .

I Rich Resort District Re-
CONFERENCE I $85,000 water pumping station projects to the Dade County planning mB WEATHER quests Refund of

and distribution system, proposed board for approval.A f tucba, fi ,.areal. $4 601631
; for construction: this year loan and grant from the Public ialSept!' libKII\ b r.f"i iD
:: HASRESmTS heads a list of four project totalIng Work Administration will be ask IS.. 88 ]SO.02 ASKS JGZ200 SHARE
ed for construction of the waterworks .0.1.0 I
$118,200 which Florida City Sept. It 10 121.88 .33
will ask of the Public: Work and system, The other three, Sept, 20. I 186 10 I .YEARLY STATE AID
Work Progress! .dmlnlatr.tlOftI'over project, to be submitted to the Sept. U 37 11 ,21.88 .17
:{ Propose Sponsorship by a period of five yean ,Work Progress! Administration,I Sept. 22._- j. 88 I 10 30.02 Trustees Hint Court Suitas

C. of C.; Committeeto The project program, prepared! are listed a* follow: 'j 1 Sf'pt. 13 .1 87 I 167 130.0. County Board Failsto
by A. R Livingston, Homesteadcivil I I W, P. A. No. 1.-Sewage treatment Sept, :If I 89 I .8 ISO.05 ..03.I. ActA
Investigate&SSISTANTCOUNTY engineer, a* a result of I and garbage, disposal plant,I I
initiating step taken by the town $7400; to be constructed In 1837.
W. P. A. No. Community: five month achooJar for
council last week WM submittedIn r PHONE RATES TO
(AGENT TO BE HIRED estimate form to that body at' house storm shelter and playground Homestead, Redland. Florida City
,. an adjourned meeting Tuesday I I park, I1WOO; to be constructed and other school communities of
I" Bteffani Made "Publicity night The council appointed Mr. in 193839.W BE APPEALED TO South Dade inevitable( If Miami
town engineer at I I P. A. No J.-Storm sewer
Livingston
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I Beach I la granted the demand for
Director" and Given nominal salary of one dollar year and catch basins, $31,700; to be 'R. R. COMMISSIONLights refund- of 8470.811 made by ,ti.
Slice of constructed In 1940-41
a Fund and authorized him to forward the district school trustees of the county -
s school board Wednesday The
The storm of protest aroused laSouth. I Homestead Republican i Welcome -demand I* made en the ground
.Dade County by the action LASTOFLEAGUESCHEDULE orjlighway. that this amount of tax money,
r \ Of the county commission in voting Runs for LegislatureHenry Sign or Aral to rightfully belonging to the Beech

; the to Close county the agricultural Homestead agent office re-ol TO BEPLAYEDTONIGirr I Behren;;.-Homestead attorney -i, Be SoughtThe II district the had county been used unit in system maintaining -,

announced his candidacyfor
suited ,
tentative
reached at i an informal understanding and unofficial member of the Florida house of I Redland District Chamberof i Populated I
Commerce will carry its fight
eanfwMtc late representatives on the Republican !
yesterday that
for lower telephone rate to the county are guaranteed equal educational -
Saturday -
Park here
ticket hi Legion
the office
would be maintained
through 6 propoMd sponsorship I Play-off Series of B Teams light He spoke followingthe !! state railroad commission members -: advantage with those of
voted at a meeting Wednesday the metropolitan area
", by UM Redland District Chamberof speech of Tom Swanson of I I
Commerce I May Start on Monday Fort Lauderdale, republican candidate I nigh after hearing the report This statement was made Yesterday -
The proposal, which originated Night for congress from the fourth ef I committee that conferred with by Mrs. Nell K. Walker ofHomestead
I Victor Powe, state maaager, and member of the county
'K at I conference between district ef Florida, who Ie opposing
of ttte Homestead a representative > i The last sceduled game of the J. Mark Wilcox, the Democratic -I A. B. Dooley district manager of' board The board filed the
Rotary second season of the Homestead the Southern Bell Telephone andTelegraph Beach! demand without action but
nominee.
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on Four
Page ) diamond ball league will be Swanson, who spoke<< she to the Co., last week. Beach trustee who *_"'-ni<>(' It
I played tonight with Tavern Storeof Homestead Townsend Club Sunday Members expressed the opinion indicated that coirt action wruld
G. M. A.C. OFFICIAL Tavernier pitted against Burton' afternoon in the Neva King I that the promised modernization (Continue: on Page loan
Department Store In a game Cooper school auditorium, said on of phone equipment to eliminate ---
which will decide the winner of his main ob- cranking and the promised Improvement -
both occasion that
; FISHES HERE AND the second half of the B league ject 1* defeating the 'arch enemy I In rural service to remove LIGHTED AllEYSIASMOREPARKING
I II I schedule W. D. Horne Co. will of Townsendism" WUcox, who, he I d I the humming and roaring
BUYS HOME SITE I, play Could In the A league contest said 'stands alone among Florida from nearby high tension line,
official. against the Townsend and possible willingness to extend
I At present Burton1 I II OM game plan.,' some of the rural lines were only i
I Picture of Boat and Men in ahead of Tavern Store having won improvement that could: be expected I II
Canal Appears in Com- I seven games and lost three while of any progressive utilitycompany.
the Sentiment was unanimous I
key men have won tit and
pany Magazine I lost ENLARGEMENTOF that rates In force In the:
four A win by Tavern I I BusinessMen
; Store district are too high and that appeal Sykes Suggests
will
Thii month-issue of New and tonight throw the teams I I I
-J View, O M. A. C. magazine, car- into a tie and I playoff will be i EXPERIMENT i iI I for the requested, 2J per cent Leave Krome for
l' reduction should be made to the
necessary
i Customers
lies I picture of Lee Trader, .
railroad commission.President
Philadelphia C M. A. C. branch Either Burton or Tavern Store STATIONOBJECT I
manager, and C. :C. Grantield Miami will be heavy favorite to wiq over Ben Archer speakingfor i Lighting of alleys running i ural.
H the I [ the committee in the absence I II and ,.ris-
Held branch manager snapped Rotary Club, first-hall win- lei with Krome avenue P
ner, which two and of its other members said the appeal I In them by businessmen
aboard the Blrd-Brooker boat won game ing of ears
at the start of I fishing trip on lost eight la the second half i Miami C. of C. Secretary to the commission would be to make room for cars of customer ;
f which they were guests of Preston It I 11 planned to start the B 1 Lists AgriculturalPlans I made by the end of the week. I I on Krome avenue and adjacent -
B. Bird Buick-Pontiac dealer in league play-off; series, providing to Rotes Following passage of I motionto street, wa advocated by
. Homestead. Burton's win tonight, on Mond.y.Brooker Investigate the possibility of I II Policeman W. H. Syke Monday
.. (' Taken as the boat neared thee Lumber Co.champions of Enlargement and development having State Road 4-A brightly night to the city council of Home
rl mouth of the Mowry Street Canal the A league, will play; in an exhibition of the Subtropical Experiment I lighted from King Highway Into I I stead.
r on Its way to the fishing grounds,j game against | team com Station at Homestead, proper water Homestead committee composedof I, More lights In dark places In
I and Paul Re
A. R. Livingston I
h the picture has for Its background posed of the pick of Cloninger' control and a high protective ) colored town were also advocated
t a vista of the canal through the Packing Co. W. D. Home Co- and tariff on fruits and vegetable are I (Continued on Page Four) by Syke. who I* on duty at
:Australian pine: that line each Goulds in an exhibition series. declared objective in the agricultural night
y bank and U given a place of I Three game! win be played In I program of the Miami Spain fa Flames Seen Councilman Frank Rue was appointed
., prominence in the fishing and the play-oft I Chamber of Commerce for the By Mrs. Clarke on Cruise to go over the territoryIn
.. i hunting section of the widely cirI next 13 months, according to a question with Mr Sykes and
I: jculatsd magazine. Democrat Club to Talk I complete list of objective read at Mr K. K Clarke and her two see what could be done In regardto
White here several week ago Campaign Wednesday Homestead Rotary Club meet- children, King and Vida, who left his recommendations.B. .
Mr Fralier bought a 20-aere tract ""' Ing Wednesday by John U Morris New York July 20 on I cruise to W. Morris reported n, dozen
,. r tt land at Krome avenue end ,' The South Dade Democratic aecretlr"ot' the Miami organliaU Africa and the Mediterranean arrived blind corner In the city that nerd
Bauer drive. It will be developed dub win meet at I p. m. Wednesday back at their home In Red- clearing, and a* soon a* machinery -
.11.. t Into a grove home under the supervision Sept. 30, In the Homesteadcity Mr Morris ,was guest speakeron land Friday of last week. They and labor are available, he said
of Clarence Z. Par-nun, Man to discus matters of Im- a program provided by Wade visited eight port ra Africa, but he would see that they were clear-
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nurseryman and architect, and Mr. portance covering the general Hunt, program chairman I'their Mediterranean cruise was 04
rraher will make his. hem thereafter election campaign T. X. KIrby, organization of a civic club-fra cut short by the necessity of steering A budget committee composedof
he retire froM active Nte president, announced! yesterday. ternal order diamond ball league clear of dvtt-war-torn Spain Councilmen\ Burton. Frank
We in about ten years. The No written notice will be cent to start play at the close of the Their boat stopped at Fort Vend- Rue and 3, O. Wynn wa appointed.
tract will be planted to Persian out Mr Kirby said, but all members Homestead Diamond Ball League I re, France, five miles from Spain, .
limes and other fruit and develop of the club1 and an other schedule wa propoeed by w. R. and from there great area of that I At a meeting of the council last
J ed ae an Income property.. fat the Democrats are cordially Invited to Bird. Roy Chandler and Cha J I country CO\1ld..Je teen burning, night Sykes1 salary wa* Increased
jneanBjne: attend the meeting (Continued on Page your). I Mrs.. .. f 123 to m total of $W a monthIf ",


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Page Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, Sept. 25, 1036

I on the third Sunday of each 40 (ut, euDUhlw 10 Acroi men orI
Commissioners GuestsOf 'ARRESTS START tern M C-naty .f news. state
PLEAS FOR RROME month at 4 p. m. In tics Baptist .. .'t.t. I. r s* M OB .:.
Sottile on Land Tour Church. A party to be held during ....... .. CorttfMtti Ho. .... Tko

AND ROAD 26 BE County Conuniafloners Cecil'MONDAY FOR FIRE Halloween Miss Elizabeth was discussed.Bush was ap- n.niBiMt.Oortlfipito of MM.....oroporftu4or. WM Ia the BUM tkMM <

Watson Paxson and H. ... .
J. Lamar U. MM CorUnowoj okoN Ite rtimat.UM
MADE IN PERSON L.-Cook and County CommissionerElect LAW VIOLATORSLand pointed committee head and of Miss the Holferty recreation head .4 the...Nine O rIM law.mid'::tC'Ir'home dsed.ad BYd.,.
J. D. Redd; were guests of at the OaurFh..e does an IIIe line Nonw
James Sottile Sr., president of of the program committee. Alvah say I. the swath 1I'"I Ital. which
is InJ day at .
Taylor has charge of publicity, and
South Dade Farms Inc., 1 .
on an DiM this Sled day of S.ptaabm.98a
Cleaners Warned to Tommy Collins was made ways t: *. LJUTHERMAN,
Watson and Paxson Will s aeracar tour of the East Glade section .
i committee. Clark' .f CINvtt Court. Do" s .
"Camp on Door Steps" i; from South AUapattah Gardens Get Permits From and means con........ < .
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to the Florida City CanaL L.
in Tallahassee 1 Irwin or StocksWith NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOB TAX Br N. C. ITER'IITI': D. 0ISopt. .
L. Chandler of Goulds was also' DKKDSVwto SS. Oak .. S, IS,IS
an Invited member of the party. I 'several' upland fires already NOTICE( IS HLRKBir ass No. IM GIVEN that
Resurfacing of the northern pore The Invitation to the tour was started this summer from land I. T. CkrhtlMow.. kolfer of SUM tnt
tion of Krome avenue, which leads accepted: by the commission In a cleaning and planting operations County Ill sad Tax sat Corttffaatoi.IMU04 tin lit Mo.day Ml of Ml.Aural.A .air. All You Wantto
into the Territorial Trail as well as motion passed at a recent meetingfor that have lot under way earlier D. ISM. IM filed. MM fa mr air.....
tat BUM ., top Ui deed. to
and pl"" "
the completion of State Road 29 the purpose of viewing the than usual Q I Stocks of Miami, i bo .hard tkoroon hid CortlflcBtei-
-the Miaml-Okeechobee road work done by South Dade FarmsIn state fire warden, has Issued notice It... the following deserib.d _rl". Eat
.1....... In Dade Coaatr. .aa d J1orWe, "
will be asked of the state road de- drainage and road making. to Assistant Fire Warden to-wil :
partment by County Commissioners Commissioner Cecil Turner was Frank Irwin of Homestead that Lott It to tl 1* NBM SuMn. of to*. 50c ,
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Cecil Watson and Lamar Pax- out of the county, and at the last beginning Monday. Sept. 28, all ties.M Plat To Book n.hip. a SS. PM Soot*ia Wag. I* Uu 41but.
eon when they go to Tallahassee minute Commissioner Chas. R. persons who set fires or cause themto County of Doom SUM of Florida MombrooM' Oar family style meals are
text week, they told the Redland Crandon was unable to go on the be set without first obtaining MooimOBt!.of CortUlMto MM property No., under ML TIM UKMM served with home folks especially '
District Lions Club Tuesday night I tour.Mr. a permit from him or Mr. Irwin Cortirirat/ issued WM I* the MMof bin mind. k\
.t the weekly meeting In the Denn Sottile showed his guests will be arrested.MR tats jobs tae Draw* 14 In NKU. lubdB. of I
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Silver Palm drive, six and a half miles of bed and Tnuln'o's address ,. In* NT. F.First _... 14 Towoihlp IS Baulk Rang Yea serve yourself from "
4' Plat Book .. Fuo 49 hi the
'When you want anything out I rock thrown up during the past avenue: H; ;;rt.d'nd"h;i county KMt of DBOO auto of Florid. MombnoM' heaped wp platters of neat andgenerous
four months for lateral roads that I* Cortlfle.u No. Ill Tin
vf Tallahassee just have to Stocks' address
you go telephone Is 534-W. Mr.
will East Glade farmers assessment aT MM property under UoMM a variety*f vegetables, 4
tip there and camp on doorsteps give easy Is 82 N. W. 79th street, and Certlfloot issued. wu l I. the MMof
until you get It," Mr. Watson said access to farm lands that are already his telephone Is Edgewater 1313-J.. Jobs Draw .. cooked food old southern style 'J t
Lot 1 to IS III MWU salad of -
"Tint's what Paxson and I are under cultivation as well as In almost every Instance, the alas-TuBilily IS South Range 41 Dessert and Iced tea *. coffeeeost ,loot,
going to do, and we certainly hopeto to lands that have hitherto not Upland wood fires referred to were But.. IM, Plat ACM Book mare..or Pin tM IB...UM...ea....1.... nothing extra. '''rI
bring some results back to you", been under cultivation, and said started by a negro or some other to W Do*.. sate of ricrtd.. *. MM ">.
that three and I half miles more .brand IB Cotttffetto No. Ill TIM
who careless In Chicken Dinner
was setting $1.00
The Lions passed a resolution person MHIIMM at MM Broportf moor UwMM
would be built before the
endorsing the efforts of Mr. Watson glade fires for cleaning land Mr. Stocks Cortlfltoto intend. WM IB the ....*
planting season Is under way. said In his letter to Mr. Irwin. at Jabs Draw
and Mr. Paxson In behalf of Lot of
10 III awe taws realm
The commissioners asked
Road 26 and Krome avenue which were "It each land owner or levee SS. Towwhlo SI South KunEo 41 SEMINOLE HOTEL
to do whatever they could to Install *. Plot Book S. Page SS ......1..
.la also a slat road. would warn negroes or tenants of lam IS Ao N> Bwra .. .... fa tko Coo.
A schoolboy patrol at RedlandSchool culverts: and surface the newly the severity of the penalty for Illegally Ir ol _. SUM of Florid.. M woo
I constructed road In the East fires,It would braced In CortiriMlo. No, UI TkoMooxmoiit DINING ROOM ;
setting serve
was suggested by Lion W. Glade area.. at MM. prooorto seder the
I. Flsk after Carl Wagner principal to keep them out of the courts for MM. Certificate. wad. WM IB the BUM Mrs. Gould Joiner, Proprietor
of the school, told of the danger Brooker-Team Enjoys violation of this act," said the fire at JOBB IT DrawLou Bid IS IB CH SuM. of
that exists there from automobiles warden. The penalty referred to _... SI___Township SI SouUi. None J.
that are driven on the Chicken Supper at Club Is $200 fine or three months lo :

ground Mr. Wagner will ask jail or both.
the state road department to have Henry Brooker Jr.,gave I chicken "With the amount of publicity
One of Its patrol officers organize supper Tuesday night at the given by the papers and with posters Goulds Supply Inc.
a boys patrol almlllar to that now Homestead Country Club.for memo all over the county," Mr. Stocks ,
In process of formation at the bers of the Brooker Lumber Co., pointed out, "there is no excuse
Homestead schools Commissioner I I diamond ball team which won for any person who can read set L. C. SMITH, Manager
Paxson said he would have 1 both halves of the municipal league ting a fire or causing it to be set
the county sign painters prepare!! schedule without first obtaining permit." GOULDS, FLORIDA
Some "autos keep out" signs for'I Members of the team present 1 Wherever possible permits will
the school I were: R. E. Sherard, Ansel Barrow be delivered to applicants at any ':

Myron Grennell, Homestead boy Ovid Sullivan Edw. Brooker, specified time or place without MARKET SPECIALScut
! Who 1* president of the Florida Marvin Shaw Herman Thomas, charge for the permit or any ser
Bob Harris and Ernest Nelll. vice otherwise given, he sold.
hssociation. Future Farmers of from small tender western steers
t .
/ tmerlca told of the recent radio, Others present wereW. H ----- ji j"
talk he gave lit Washington, D. c.i Forsyth manager, Claude Camp Garland Wynn Heads I \i

over a national hook-up on the F..1! bell and Art Reichert, umpires, Young People's Union CLOVER BLOOM LB.
T A. annual program. In the Charles Caves, president of the -- I ,
adlo talk he described the Kansasr league Fred Fuchs, mascot, E. A. Garland Wynn was elected
ur made by the Homestead chap- Buchanon, Wilburn Reed and Mr. chairman of the board of directorsof I Butter 3ge
George Wskefield adviser Brooker.of the Redland District Young ,:.
pf the Homestead F F A. chapter People's Union at a meeting in
pod. vocational agriculture Instructor Lions International at Daytona the First Baptist Church Sunday:( Full Creamery. in /4 lb. sticks. !/
In the Homestead High Beach, made report of the meetIng afternoon. Miss Eleanor Holferty ---------- < -- "

School showed motion pictures of which was attended also by was elected first vice-chairman; COUNTRY ROLL LB. :'
the tour.T. W. 1. Fisk of Homestead deputy Alvah Taylor second vicechairman -
E. Kirby who represented district governor, and E. H. Galla- ; and Miss Kathryn Cast, secretary BUTTER 37c 1"
President[ Joe Hlckson at I meetIng her of Homestead state treasurer, and treasurer |
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Friday, Sept 25, 1936 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare ThreeS

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\ Campbell and Parcing P. J. Franklin't Has New League

I HOMESTEAD SCHOOL NEWS Operating Gas Station Meat Department Head Team W. L Pot
Brooker ___. __._ 7 1 J75
Claude A. Campbell and RobertH. Home .___....__.... IClonlnger 3 .600
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NELLA SALTS, School Editor The students are proud of the of the Central Service Station on department of P. J Franklin. Gould _...... l' lea
) newly pointed buildings and hope North Krome venue and Second Inc., Mr. Franklin announced yes- D Legoe
The following boys have been that all will co-operate In keepingthe street, Sunday. terday. Mr. Williams M a boy Team W. L ret
elected: to act aa patrols in the walls and grounds u clean ai Both men are experienced station worked In his father's butcher Burton's ._ .. .__.... T I .'00
school ton: possible. attendants. Mr. Campbellwas shop, and has had twelve yean of Tavern Store .._...... ( 4 .000
l: Juniors, Eugene Scherr and Ed- associated with his father In meat-cutting experience since Rotary ....._...._._.. .. 1 a .200.
mond Well The Junior class has elected the the Pure Oil Co agency here for I then. '-(final).
Sophomores, Noah Peterson and following officers: president, several years, and Mr. Dartingwas He will be Joined later In the
Banks Byrum. Charles Little; vice-president, employed In a local station for week by his wife and son.
I. Freshmen, Joe Plebe and Harry Nina Pearl Bush; secretary and nearly a year. He was recently
PIerce. treasurer Pierre McDanieL married to Mia Dorothy Deden.
Moffett Elected New
Eighth grade, Preston Bird The two young men promise
James Sullivan and Jack Me- Mrs. Field's sophomore class has quick and efficient service to Future Farmer Head
MIchaeL elected as Its grade mothers, Mrs everyone. 0' PAD

Seventh grade, Edward Kirby, Frank Rue and Mrs. B. E. Gatlin. Tommy Moffet was elected I lE

Leslie Cheshire and Carl Fred Mrs. Jack; Polk Is substitutingfor president of Homestead Chapterof
rick.Sixth Mrs Howard Johnson, who ii Brooker BreaksTieToLickIIorneKote the Future Farmers of Americaat
grade, Francis Skinner, ill During the home room period a meeting the clubhouse last
Clayton Camber and Johnnie Lit- the freshman class has been readIng ; night.
tle. I "Young Fu" by Upper Yang Francis Irwin was elected vice-
I tze. The freshmen are all lookIng Boys Bow to BurtonBrooker president; J. B. Clonlnger, treasurer .
The new librarian and study hall Virgil Grennell, secretary,
forward to a big time on "rat" ;
teacher la Miss Lutz. We all wish day. We hope they: will not be Lumber Co. scored one Paul Shanklin, reporter; Roy Martin General
to co-operate with her In keepingthe disappointed.Miss run with one man out In the last watch dog. Howard Thompson
library In order. of the seventh Inning In an A Edward Pacetti and Whitney
Hayden's eighth grade league diamond ball game Friday Beam were elected to the execu- Public Utilities
The typing room has been changed elected the following officers: night after W. D. Horne Co. had tive committee.
Into a seventh grade.classroom president, Elbert Dolar; vice-pres tied the score with four runs in
with Miss Haggard ai teacher, and ident, Lester Archer; seeretary- lt>*alf of the Inning. Homestead rho" .II.M
the senior room is.now the typing treasurer, Virginia Klnner. The Burton's Department Store out READ THE WANT ADS
room., room mothers are Mrs..P. B. Bird lasted the Rotary Club team to 1
and Mrs. Ben Archer. win the :B league contest6..
A class In Interior decorating Is
Anderson, Rote
first baseman
hit
being offered this year by the home Miss Dorsey's fourth grade has
a home with the bases full
run to
economics department. It includesart been busy these first few days of
and design, clothing selectionsand school, decorating the classroom score four runs Wet Wash
home nursing. This class with fall decorations. They are
takes up the selection of articles using fall leaves, goldenrod, and Rotes Again Lose
rather than the designing of artic grapes. The class has started
les. i making a booklet on the historyof Heart Breaker to Pound a 5c
Florida. and also a health book-
Under the direction of the new let. Tavern
Store 5 to 4
music teacher, Mrs. Mills, the Minimum :JOe
school Is going to organize, in addition The 33 puPiili In Miss Bay's I -
all have work book and Paced by Bishop third baseman
to the regular classes, an orchestra room are
to meet after school and ready to start off for a year of for the Rotary Club, who hit a Starting September 28, we will add a new
also a girls' and boys' glee club to good work. triple to start a three Vim rally In
meet during school hours. the seventh Inning which tied the service to our laundry Wet wash consists of
Miss Jackson's first grade pupils score 4-4, the Rotes lost another
We hope that the enthusiasmof are coloring animals in prepara- heart-breaker to Tavern Store. clothes washed and wrung and delivered damp
the students over the first few tion for a booklet In which they 5-4, on the municipal diamond I
days of art, under the direction of will have their first reading les Wednesday night when the key
the new art teacher.Miss Williams, son. The class is sorry that Paula men scored one run In the last half Shirts Finished . lOc each
fill hold :out during the entire Kemp Is ill the first few days of of the inning.A .
school year.School school. big Inning which netted I!
Brooker Lumber Co. seven runs
Boy Patrolmen Townsend Youth Club against Clonlnger Packing Co. HOMESTEAD STEAM LAUNDRYA

Start Training Course To Be Organized HereA helped withstand the HighlandBeauties' I
constant pecking of i
Thomas, Brooker pitcher. Brookerwon I Complete LaundryBack
Sixteen candidates for places on Townsend Youth Club will be 118.Cloninger. of Hotel Redlaad Homestead, Fla.Plans .
the Homestead school boy traffic organized here in the near future I ,
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patrol a course training
by Mrs. A. H. Lawrence she told
Monday in traffic regulations and the Homestead Townsend Club HIts Beats
lint aid treatment under the instruction meeting in the Neva King '
of State Highway Inspector er auditorium Sunday Goulds, Key Men

stead. King W. Park of Home Following addresses by Coop-I' Wallop Burton
Whitson of Hollywood and l
The boys, elected with the aid Swanson of Fort
Principal L. B. Sommers and their publican candidate for congress, Clonlnger Packing Co., won
respective teachers because of Frank West of Miami Springs from Ooulds, 5-8 and Tavern
suitability for the work, are Noah' gave a short talk and Paul Pullen Store of Tavernier walloped Bur-
Peterson and Banks Byrum, tenth' of Florida City reported on actlvlr ton's Department Store, 14-7 In
grade;Joel Plebe,Harry Pierce and ties of club in states he. visited the diamond ball contests on the
;Edward Klrby,Wnth grade Preston
; during the past summer. local field Monday night
Bird, Jr., Jack McMlchael and Wlttkop, Goulds third baseman,
The Homestead club will meet
James Sullivan, eighth grade; Lamar -I hit a home run In the fourth inning
Dickinson, Carl Fredrick and as usual next Sunday afternoonat
with the bases empty.
Leslie Cheshire, seventh grade;i 2:30: p m. In the school audi-

Francis Skinner,Johnny Little and torium. Tanner Ito new hired hand):
Clayton Camber, sixth grade. I Where's the mule I told you to and MaterialsIF
After a week's instruction the traffic at street Intersections In the have shod
boys, wearing white Sam Brown I neighborhood of the schools during New Hand: Did you say "shod"?
belt and badges presented by the I recess periods and before and after I I thought you said "shot" I've you intend to build a home of your own, you
city of Homestead, will direct school. finished burying her!-Ex.

could! .not. .choose a,better time_ ; than the present

Every service and aid is available to the
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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE PHONE RATES TO' B. P. W. C. to Have Panel

'I THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER I Discussion on Security Act

Published Fridays at Kama- IT sen*. I* u BOW, UBKUUAX
stood Fl.., II y the Berth Bad BE APPEALED TO Since the Social Security Act

raMlshing Ce. t nasals BOOM to be dusted and mended and J as a law of the land touches every-

brought to the {root Irvine got R. I R.! COMMISSIONContinued \ one, members of the Homestead
KN ARCHER ____._..__ Editor I..... w..._..t .-.. w p. as for these books Business and Professional Wom
the material
,........ Fr+ M .. .... .. at. mSpain. en's Club will spend their next
. ... .. He spent seveteen yeahabroad
W.
w Ii.
bUred second close salt ( Flora Page One
a* and returned to AmericaIn ) meeting, Monday Sept J8, getting
aaaer Mart *, ISIS at De red U32A' find himself famous. ,awlds was appointed to take the acquainted with the ten separate

office at H--.'". J'1eIUe..eer Wbat a thrill for the librarian Indeed he was the first Americanto question up with the city council benefits and public service it
M .a ., Mane S. 117* Last week after reading the Mother win literary renown for his owncountry. Erectlpn ef an artistically designed perform and the Method of collecting

Goaee sketch la the Librarians After more than a hun welcoming sign" or entrance revenue from employer
...:.. rsUCE. *LM A WA Corner a lady came la to bring her dred years be Is still at the top, i archway' en State Road 4-A at the and employee that H provide for.

copy of Mother Goose which she and people who wish to Improve northern city limits win be stud- The panel discussion method of
lied by a committee composed of wilt be met
their vocabulary are advised to presentation
knew had brought up three generations -
Let's Go Fishing
at children, and perhaps read Washington Irving. Joseph Diamond, retired commercial The benefits to be discussed: .....tolda.

**ver* of fishing wont need the it ha even an older hl tory. But John Kaaefield was twenty- artist Wm. M. Johns and .. benefits, assistance to the
CfMMunfctnent given to the following she knew her grandmother had eight years old and working in a Willard Tlfleld.Ernest needy aged, unemployment compensation
advice by Conrad Frederick treasured this copy when she was carpet factory in Yonkers when be 1 P. Roberts T. E. Kirby aid to needy dependent
Smith la lift Progressive a little girl and her mother also stumbled on a copy of Chaucer (a and W. P. Cash were appointedon children maternal and child-
Farmer but they will enjoy ItJust had loved it when a child. Then seventy five east edition) and a committee to appear before health services, services for crippled -
the sans: In turn it came to this friend of decided he, too would like to be the county commission and request children child-welfare services

"Worry find It hard to reach a our and was her close companioneven a poet Now he is poet laureateof reconsideration of their action to public health services: aid
man with I fish pole in bill hand. before she was able to read England and has come back to voting to close the Homestead office to the needy blind and vocational
and fretting tares This little girl and her brother America to attend the Harvard of the county agent followinga rehabilitation.
Petty doubts
melt away like dew under a moraine were happy when some elder per Tri-centennlal celebration and read vigorous discussion of the ques Everyone Interested in this
IUD. Your mind sweetened by son would read aloud from Mother some verses on John Harvard tion. piece ef legislates is invited to

the nearness of earth, sky, and Goose No one will ever know founder of the university he has I attend the enacting of the club
water troublesome thought flyaway how many children have laughed written for the occasion. Of course,i 3 Conservation CrewsTo at the home of Mrs. L. L. Bow on
the Illustrations and listened It is but probably Avocado drive at I o'clock.
like those from Pandora' over a very good poem Be to Field Monday
the until knew them it will be well known
fabled box and the spirit of youth' to Jingles they never so I
to renewed within you You became all by heart as his lines: I Another soil conservation performance Radio Amateurs Seek ....

more charitable. Humfltty In When things began to rouse a I "1 must go down to the sea again, ,' crew will be added Mosv More Suitable Rooms
DM pretence of God's treasures consciousness ef a country ka | to the lonely are and the sky, day to the two that started work

torches you magically ee am* U Europe: known a* Spain) there wasgreat | And all I ask la a tali shiy.and a, at the beginning of this week, The Redland District' Amateur

p dill those humble fishermen ell, a revived later* m thai star to steer her by. County Agent C IL Steffaai said Radio Club at iU meeting in the

the Galilean shore. American writer Washington Irving And the wheel's kick and the last night muaticlpal swimming pool loom,
Llbrarlaaa asked for wind's and tile white Mil's The three of three
crew
"In the quiet waters before yeti I were song men Monday night decided that the
Irriag-s "Conqvest of Grenada- shaking each are platting the 21,500
: nay be locked the secrete e* iJnI acres rooms,which were tendered to the
ant "The AOuimbra.'* Copies of And a mist on the sea's face of cultivated land represented
I mortality. That same water In I grey on club by the city council at a recent
which your cork lazily bobs, sending these volumes, long unused, had and a grey dawn breaking." 11I7 conservation program worksheets meeting, were not suited for theclub's

encircling, waves shoreward, I filed with Mr. Steffani. Two use.
have swept down the the growing complexity.f federal, of the crew will chart the farmland
may once Earl Field and Harold Lyon were
River Jordan of have washed the supervision of agriculture and the SCHOOL TERM 1 ISTHREATENED conservation acreage and one appointed to see If other arrangements -

bodies of pious pilgrims In the sacred various farm betterment programs, will chart the grove. All art could be made.

Ganges. It might Have been tbe government Is sponsoring find : INBEACHDEMAND working under T. B. Webb, who Elbert: Froacher, secretary, was
I in the clouds that Inspired Shelley, it necessary to seek aid and infor- has been appointed county performance Instructed to write to the American

I or It might have been rain that mation often from the local office! supervisor.The Radio Relay League and ask
l relief and new hope to of Mr. Steffani : work of the crews Is to
Imught were mystifiedand its advice and assistance to or
lrouth-strlcken farmers Indignant at the action that I determine how much has actually ganizing. Code waa practiced
"fishing is a time for meditation would compel them to go to the been farmed in soil depleting crops for an hour and a haIL
for calm reflection. Problems Miami court house to get aid of (Continued From Page One) and how much la soil conserving
take on new guises and troubles the county a ent'. office be sought if the demand .is not crops. Their maps show allowance OmdssedAuctioneer f
seem leu tevere In the shimmerof It was pointed out at the Rotary complied with by the board. should be made for potholes "What am I offered
+ lapping water old friends be- Club and chamber of commerce The Miami Beech trustees were waste lands, trees and other for this beautiful bust of Robert r+

I con mare endeared and new ones meetings that more than to per reminded by the board that their data of this kind. The1.... Burner !pti' ,
are bound closer. For finding is cent of the fruit and vegetable district had in Its fund MM ever checking up OB applications coverIng Man IB crowd: "That at 't Burn ?

: a time for qqulet communion of growers in Dade County are m and above all monies needed for all cover crops turned underor -that'* Shakespeare.* "
....red spirit I South Dade, and the fact that an the present school years commitment to be turned under by Oct SI, AuctioneerWPetf, folks, the* '";
"Uicky the boy with fishing assistant county agent would be *.' (". joke's on sn*. Thai show what I ,

pole la his hands, his : toes in I added would make a Homestead The prosperous, rich Miaarri know about the Bible."-Montreal

tM sunshine, the divine spirit of office seem more necessary than Beach school district has a school Francis Irwin Elected

youth in his soul, and the fire of: ever, since surely one man would tax two mill below an other districts B. Y. P. U. PresidentFrancis
romance and adventure In his assigned te the southern half of In the county which provides Star.GROVE

.yetl. Hi la the spirit to have the county and the other to the more than enough money to Irwin was elected president
said to hold age cannot wither 1tl northern half, where extensive run Us splendid school In addi- of the I!. Y. P. U of the First
nor care destroy a single precious dairying and poultry Industries tion to wanting a refund of all Baptist Church at a meeting heldIn
part of It present distinctly different problems surplus meney used from: this fund the church Sunday night Dukes THEATRE
"As August comes let's all go a- for those obtaining la the the Beach Is-BskJng a refund of all West was made vice-president./ COCONUT GROVE

fiafcistg and find joy saoney ran- Redland District state monies' awarded on a basis Min Ellen Vsnn secretary Miss Show 7 and I Admission tSe

nee Mq. i County Agent C. H. Steffani, has of $800 to a teacher unit and serving Bobble Summerlln, corresponding Maltose 8at and Sum, Zto

had oUeelin the chamber of com- I notice that otz''e now on It secretary; Miss Virginia Hodge *' ''. ML
AGREE ON PLAN merce building since 1 Its use was wants the $ ; to which treasurer; Miss Christine Hughes,
offered to the county rent free Is entitled by virtue of baring quiz leader; John Moffett, chorister Sunday, Monday, Sept. 17, U
shortly after he was appointed associate Ii' teacher units. I ; and Miss Katherine Vann and Simone Simon

KEEPSTEFFANl county agent with headquarters The Rev. C N. walker, who] Myron Orennell group captain Herbert Marshall, Roth Ckatlertasi -

to Homestead When he Tuesday night at the Redland ,_...... bt
OFFICE HERE became sole agricultural agent for,I District Lions Club meeting advocated -
the whole county, he maintained : opposition to a movementon GIRL SCOUT NEWS "Girls Dormitory"Tuesday

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(Continued From Page One) so that growers In Soath : trustees, said yesterday that By Ruth Owens, Scribe Wednesday,
i Club and members of the commission Dade might have convenient access j i he still favored supervision of On Tuesday the Girl Scout met Sept. M. SI

will be Investigated bycoawnattee a to agricultural bulletins and ether I schools by local trustees, but had at the home of Mr Frank Skill, ANN HARDING
1 Information ke had file and la
which was appointedat on reversed his stand on abolishmentof the
captain. Barbara
chamber of commerce meet- he divided his time between Homestead Bigger was "Jflbte89 Chair"
j a special school tax districts. He elected patrol leader of the Cardinal .
\ ing Wednesday night to appear before and Miami.ENLARGEMENT will work In favor of the move-
; patrol and Vara '
1 Rheney, assistant Tharsdar,
Friday, Oct 1.1
I the commission and ask re- meat to abolish the special tax district patrol leader.
ceawideratlon ef tbe decision to ROBERT KENT GLORIA '
and
substitute the county
I' Athlcy Kemp 1* leader of Blue
STEWART
" clone the county agent office here.Details I unit system, he said. Jay patrol and Mary Frances Rut-
la'Crime
: I : of the plan were not
I land assistant!
j made public Uet night as they OF EXPERIMENT of Dr. Forbes"
py i :
W. M. U. of DistrictTo Virginia Dorsey I II leader of
remain to be worked out to considerable -
extent but it was be- Meet Here Tuesday Hymnopteria patrol and Geraldine Saturday Oct! I
STATION lieU... assistant KEN H.(PAILD
without undue
lieved practicable tIn
IJo/l! / Mill Thelson win help with the ,
financial burden to the chamber of Mr*. Frank Irwin. W. M V.
i commerce The Investigating (Continued From district superintendent, will be In physical education of the scout "The Cattle Thief"
II
Mrs Lucas
is the lieutenant Mrs.
Z onsttilttee will be asked to reportits Caves were appointed to promote charge of the district meeting of "
James Bird is the Mickey Moose Matinee Saturday
I teacher of tennis -
findings at a special -meetingof organization of the league which I the union to be held in the Homestead
S .. .
I for scouts, Thursday at p. Free Tandy -
I the chamber's board of directen. will be composed of teams on Baptist Church Tuesday every .
the Krome tennis court State Show Prises
which only bona fide members afternoon at 2:30. Mrs. W. F. t
': The commissioners decided of the organizations represented I Brown, president of the.W M. V Elizabeth Skill and Geraldine
i Belts are going to the Mariners'In
I i will be allowed to play. of the Miami Association, win be
county
publicity use Frank B. Rue, L. L. Chandlerand the guest speaker I Miami Wednesday night W. Maxwell SmithINSURANCE
Elizabeth Skill elected treasurer
$ ,000 publicity fund In departments A. F Arthur were appointed I Mrs. C. N. Walker win make the' was
and Ruth Owens elected
where they thought woulddo a committee to see the county I welcome address which will be was

more good. They voted to commissioners In regard to resdnding -]: responded to by the Goulds W. M. scribe
FIRE.
Wava Horton was the hostess: AITO STORM AND tlFBrtMM
give County Agent Chas. It Stet- their vote to abolish the' U. Mr*. Catherine Pickard will
1 She served sidewalk sundaes The I4S-M
fan the title of publicity director "_teed office-of the county'' give the devotional part of the
Office la )
hostess is to be fc'IWJArea"
next Athley Kemp,
together with a big slice of the agent after Nov I Further action program, and Mrs. Willard Fi/ield
publicity appropriation with which of this committee is carried in'' win stag a solo accompanied by' end the meeting is aext Tuesday

he could obtain an assistant county Bother column of this issue I Mrs G. I. Cault I ,
agent,*nd other needed, assistance \ President Dick Brooks announced : JOHN a BALLBT POST KM). O NE\VT G. BALL .
At the same time however that next week's faceting wouldbe Carious I AMERICAN LEGION

they voted to clone the Homestead held at T o'clock Wednesday Lecturer "Now. Is there anyone I Marts gnu and third Wednesdays letuy rMo

office of the county agent evening; when the club will receive here who would like to ask a question IfI **. American Ltcfee Mat, mil! MSCKANCE AND

the main expense of which Is a *a official visit tram District ?" .1' Mi post eldest, ) South Rises.., .rlDRE LINES ;
I Governor Millard Davidson of Someone In the audience j
$900 a year secretary.who : ItaM toad, FU. M K. Eroane Ate.
South. With Marlanna. ,What time I* It?"-Grit I I 8.,

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Friday, Sept 25 1936 THE LF..ADER-ENTERPRISE POSe Flve


"Heaven" to Be Sermon ELECTED LEAGUE rtCSIDCNT If Too Was

Topic at M. E. Church"Heaves" to be really eiterialnaellOBltht
Miss Helen Field WM elects
In and JiroundHomestead president of the Senior League of to
to to be the subject et the Homestead Methodist<< Churchat come ace
the sermon at the Homestead a sneering held itt the church' "THE: DEESEKICT: SKUL E"
Methodist Church Sunday night, Sunday night Gene Campbell I.the Florida City
announces the Rev A. A.Koestline, WM elected vice-president and Community Chuck
pester ., the church. Mitt Miry McNeffl, secretary and rrwJoent total east25candl5c
"Have you ever thought about treasurer. Committee appoint
Heaven alb Mr Koestline I ments will be made Sunday nicht!
"Does death end all? Is
personalityImmortal
Mn. Z. It Hiner who bu lived
mother Mrs. C H. Wallace of ? Is personality conscious
In Fen Park nine the tint of the
Key West, who arrived here
I out yonder In an other land? What
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"year and her daughter, Mn. WIlL Thursday, to Fort Myert where sort of land Is but ywdert Has Green Lantern Restaurant
Caeeelberrr .* Winter Park, were Se
will visit at the home of her any description been given of it? ADJOINING HOTEL UPLAND
In Homestead free Friday until daughter, Mrs. C N. Regan, lor WIll we know each other there? Western T-Bene Steak Manor Me Cnkaasi Diner He
Wednesday. several month*. These and other ..
many questionswill Regular Dbnet Vegetable Plate MeAO
be answered In the Sunday Sleds ef n_.... SanlwIcBM
Mn T. t: Evans Is expected toa Mr. and Mrs. Wllburn Reed night message."
brought home next week from moved Saturday from the cornerof A cordial invitation to extended
Jackson Memorial Hospital In Epmore Drive and Krome avenue to all to at1eD4.SERMON.
Miami where the underwent a to the Blggers apartments.
major operation two weeks ago
TOPICS Guaranteed Used CarsWe
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Coker. Mr.
The Rev. James Cloonan, pastorof and Mrs. J. F. Martin and Miss -
the Sacred Heart Catholic Ellen Martin visited Mrs. E. W. FIRST BAUTIST CHURCH
Church of Homestead, returned Martin in HIaleah Sunday. Best X7-Morning seraent have the reputation of sellingthe
Saturday from Offany: Ireland, "Christ the Fewer ef G4
where he spent the-summer. FLORIDA CITY and the Wisdom ., God" best used cars in this territoryand
evening sersaon: "WkaTa la a
Mr. and Met Charles Caves announce ..... W. W. Eevery, Correspondent: Name we intend to maintain it. Ask

the birth of an eight-pound I Subject! of Prayer ..service
The Women's Wednesday evening: ,.w.." our customers.
son at.the Bunt hospital Tuesday Missionary Society -
" of the Free Methodist Church I
held its first business of CHRISTIAN SCONCE
Otha meeting
Hackler entered the Unl-
1930 FORD LONG TRUCK
the conference year at tile home Sept. 17 Les a-aermee
varsity of Miami la Coral Cables I
"
ol Mrs. Leona Gollattacheck laRedtend topkt "Reality.
yesterday n t_freshman. The following officers I 1932 FORD LONG TRUCK: (2)
'K elected Mrs. Ernest HOMESTEAD: METHODISTSept.
were : Warren
Mrs. A. Q. Raab has returned presides; Mrs. Elizabeth Brooks, IT Morning me*. 1929 FORD TUDOR
from k two-month, visit with relatives vlce-preildent and mission studysecretary I sager "The Fifth COnorandanenf -
and friends ID Chicago,: ; Mrs. Mae Cook, recordIng ; evening meaaatet"Hetven" 1933 FORD FORDOR SEDAN

Wheaton,HI*and Milwaukee. i and corresponding secretary; Bible study Wed : 1933 FORD TUDOR SEDAN'
I nesdayFIRST 1IIbl.
Mrs. Mary Goading treasurer; and
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Armstrong,
Mrs. Clara Newton home minion
have returned from a business trip secretary. Eleven were present at rRESBTTERIAN: 1929 FORD SPORT ROADSTER
to their Lake Forest, in, home. i
the meeting Sept. 17-Meralng toplei
1931 FORD P1CK.UP
i
Studies In John "Resurrectlen
Mrs. H. S. Wolfe and her Infant The Free Methodist Junior and Life" evening topics 1928 CHEVROLET CABRIOLET
son William Willard, arrived Sunday i Missionary Society held a business "Hallowed by Thy Name." E.
from Benzonla, Mich. where I meeting Tuesday and elected J. Graham chairman of yenag 1927 CHEVROLET 1 TON TRUCK
tin\ Wolfe spent the summer and I Elizabeth Cook, president; Jay peoples' meeting.

where William was born. They I Newton' secretaryand Alfred ._ 1928 CHEVROLET 1 TON TRUCK
were accompanied by a friend, Cook, treasurer.Mr. .
Miss Bernice Fleeter of Mrs. B. B. Pullen returned Saturday -
nao'l
\ 1930 CHEVROLET COACH
who win return next week. and Mrs. C S. Phillips and from a one-month trip to
4 Wolfe met he three In Jacksonville I daughter returned Friday for the Oklahoma and Tennessee.Mrs. 1929 CHEVROLET COUPE

Sajurdar.! .'- winter. They are occupying the
.' Becker: cottage on Cave avenue. E. J. Rhodes arrived Saturday 1934 CHEVROLET COACH
t',; Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown anaounee tot a abort stay at her home
the birth of a seven and a Mrs. Joe Ooxsee returned Sunday here. She has been visiting her,,
t \ bait pound eon at the Post Grad- from Molioe IlL. where she daughter, Mrs. M. D. Ingrain, in'' We also have a bunch of cheaper cars and trucks
:? .eto hospital Sept. 19 He has was called by the illness of her Miami during the summer that must be closed out. Money talks on our

:.. be r.gamed Charles Wesley husband.. Mr. Doxsee Is expected -ad"-: ; used cars.
SeiU
Mr. and
Key
., ,w I home within a month.
The Rev. L. O.::7da.-1 has been family last Bend, N. c., are 4Bird
111 since Sunday night Mrs. Frances Anderson whe expected to arrive) soon for the
r spent the summer here left Wednesday winter season.Mrs. Chevrolet Co.
Vernon Tamer left Saturday for to make her borne In Miami.
DeLand where, he will attend Wm. McCuUough of Red- HOMESTEAD FLA.
Stetson University as a sophomore land and her son. Billy John, were ,
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Brown and Wednesday guests hare
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! Mrs Tracy Chlaners has been. family:: win move soon from the
. ill other home since Friday. Community Church parsonage I
...- which they have occupied for the BURIAL ESTATES In Flagler Memorial
Mr. and Mr*. Bob L Hall and past three weeks, to the Fred Park non-sectarian1, and
i' family left Sunday for their former Brockett cottage on Eighth street St Joseph's Memorial Park
home la Lexington, Kr.t Catholic, Miami. The only Catholic
cemetery south of St Augustine -
Mr. and Mrs Edward Stfling "
Mrs. James Dunn of Miami are expected to return this week Only park-like cemeteries 1BRECOATING
Beach visited Mrs C. N. Walker from a on.-month trip to Detroit la Southern Florida. No tombstones
Thunday.Mr where they visited friends and no mounds. Just now vote
relatives are featuring trades in any cemetery -
and-Urs. C. Wallace and with which you are not entirely
their four children, Donnie Jane, Mr. and Mrs V. O. Rohrer of satisfied. Our prices most V
Beverly Verne, Geraldine Gall and Miami visited friends and relatives reasonable Perpetual care. Rep.
Jack spent the week-end with here Sunday resentative In Homestead Mrs.
$' relatives In Fort Myers. They A. H. Lawrence at S. F. Matthews'
made the trip to take Mrk Wallace's Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pulen and residence. (p s 25)'j )
More Service
WE OWN 23 SQUARE MILES OF FARM LANDLET'S

from Old Felt Roofs

'j FEED THE NATION
\ASKB4 yaw eU M roof starts to show .to soft

V V iweewft. Me wth Carey Asbestos fibre Coofagt

THIS WINTER This testod'aMBsHol II far more than a point The Igbtproofing

. } ale panstrate As, body of the roof, IhoroItghty waM-

Due to the ravages of one of the worst droughts the country has g; the Ml DM heavy oils M any cocky fonss g
a wear residing carbon wMdt re-toforeed wl gerarfn*
ever experienced, the nation's supply of foodstuffs is the lowest Y.
asbestos fibres.' On cjaOD covers about 50 .....
" on record. Only South Florida and other winter farming areas HO eqmr.
can produce fresh vegetables for the nation's table before next 0 Corey: Bbr Coo** Is else W for old, ....., ,..,

fo4 summer. See us and arrange to farm in America's Outdoor CW :: ............, Ooaosr ion patges.a.Mssool,....

Greenhouse this coming season. Choice potato, tomato, bean, t

"; broccoli and general farming land awaits your selection. Brooker Lumber Co.Phone

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t South Dade Farms, Inc. 62 Homestead, Fla.


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I I. .. Social Events in South Dade ,11






I MISS MARY WILLIAMS BECOMES BRIDE MRS. MOODY GIVES MRS. TOM J. HARRIS GIVES -f
SHOWER FOR MilS STKESMr BRIDAL
OF WILLIAM E. MORRIS IN HOMESTEAD I SHOWER FOR MRS. DAREING I
*. G. W. Moody of Naranja

I gave a miscellaneous bridal shower --

Mju Mart Ktr WPsms and Rfter elementary echooL I for Mrs. Albert Sykea the form- Mr*. Tom J. Harris gave a miscellaneous Mra. Herman Thomas, Mrs..

William E. Monte were married The bridegroom U a ton of Mia Sadie Jackson, at the home bridal shower for Mra Ie" Barnes, Mrs. W. B. Caves, Jr.,

Friday evening, Sept. 18, In the Mrt. C. F. Morris of Homesteadand Mr*. A. D. Fogle In Naranja on Robert Darting at the Harris home Mrs. Herbert Turner, Mrs. A. W.

parsonage, of flit Homestead Methodist a brother of W. B. MorrA and I'r 17. The room were at- on King's highway Tuesday after- Hutchinson, Mrs, Edw. Brooker,

/ Church by the pastor, the frank MorrU. After hit graduation decorated with garden noon. Mra. Darting before her Mra Ovid Sullivan, Mrs Jewel

Ifcv. A, A. Koestllne. Mia from Homestead High *. marriage Sept. 11 was Miss Doro- Brooker, Mrs. Claude Campbell,

\. franca 0 Dorsey and Mill Kathryn School In 1928 he attended the Miss thy Deden. Mrs. Harris was Mrs. Albert Hinman, Mrt. J: B.

,S Cast witnesses the ceremony. University of Florida where he I several Marjorie accordion Fogle solos. played Miss assisted by Mrs. Dareln,', mother, Sparkman, Mrs F A. Ruff, Miss

(. was a member of Lambda Chi ; Mra. Carl Deden. Miriam Burton, Misses Alice and
of Mri.
The bride I II a daughter 'Irene Jackson and Miss Shirley
-
Ind. Alpha fraternity. He la a pact Each guest wrote some advice to Grace Hobson, Miss Melba Sever,
:' Ceo Colgrov of Bicknell, Davis assisted the hostess In
master of Royal Palm Lodge No. the bride in a bride's book. Mrs. Miss Hazel Pennlngton, Miss
Homestead In 1928to
She to
came serving after the bride had openedthe
make her home with her broth- 100, F. and A. M. of Homestead gift Harris and Mrs. Deden served a Elizabeth Home and Miss Marjo-
Mr. Morris became connected with salad course. rie Sullivan.
and Mri.
I : er-in-law and sister, Mr.
who moved to the Miami branch of the Firestone Other present were: Mr G. W. Present were: Mrs. Henry Brooker Mrs. J. A. Smith, Mrs. Bruce

\. Gainesville Stacey \Hawkins this ,spring. She Tire and Rubber Co. last year, Drlggers, Mr*. J. F .Taylor, Mrs. Jr., Mra. Ruth L. Scott, Mrs. Ennls, Mra. O. a Hall Mra. J. L.

of Hom ite.d 1'1 and since that time has resided In Joseph Lake, Mr T. J. Walker, W. R. Bird, Mra. H. O. Thurman, I Burton ajnd Mrs. Marvin Shawsent I
f : t graduate Miami. Mrs. R. L. Cavender, Mrs. C. E.Fortenberry Mrs. P. B. Bird. Mrs. W. E. RhenA gifts.
School and of the Florida
I' Mrs, H. A. Amen,
for Women. Lilt They are making their home In
\' .: the College taught In the Neva King Cooper year- the Prince Edward apartments at I Mrs. W. H. Sykec. Mrs. J. E. doss- MRS. ROBERT, LANCE IS GIVEN BRIDAL
man, Mrs. Mary Epperson, Mrs. E. I I
Ii School In Homestead and this\ 402 .N. W. Twelfth avenue in Miami E. Shook Mrs. Virginia Moody, SHOWER AT HOME OF HER GRANDPARENTS
year she la teaching In the Little
Mra! Walter Lee, and Mr*. W. H.
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ROBERTS-JOHNSON MARRIAGE TAKES .Kusseu. miscellaneous bridal showerwas others who did not come sent gift*.
Gifts received from Mrs.
were
I given Wednesday afternoon Present besides those named
were
PLACE IN REDLAND COMMUNITY CHURCH I J. M. Holferty; Mrs. Don Talbott, i :
r. for Mra. Robert Lance, the former Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sear and Mrs.
Mr, A Tripp, Mn. J. )of. Brown,
Miss Alva Gossman, at the homeof Henry Taylor of Hialeah; Mr and
.
Mrs. Flora Vihlen, Mrs. H. H. Graham
daughter her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Gep. C. Maxl n, Mra Rob-
S. F.
of Mr. and Mrs.
Mia Lillian Mary Johnson and Mra. Walter Bailey, Mrs. C.
C. A. Gossman, by Mrs. W. A. ert B Fansher, Mrs.. MarahaU'lonea
I James H. Roberts, Jr. were mar- Johnson of Nocatee, Fla. She J:. Eichenberger, Mr*. J. A. Smith,
Thompson Mrs. Philip Reams and and Clifford Allerton of Mi-
I ried In the Redland Community was graduated from Arcadia High I Mn. Carl Hobson, Mrs E. L. Nel-
Church at 10 o'clock Sunday School in 1932 and has spent several son, Mrs. Paul Haley and Miss Mrs. Gossman. ami; Miss Myrtle Kirkley of
Mrs. Thompson read a life history Hartsvllle, S. C.; Mrs C. N. Hen
.
During
winters In Homestead -
morning by the Rev. C. G. Nelson, Primrose Pritchard.
of the bride which closed witha demon
Mrs. C. E. :Elchenberger.
pastor of the church. Miss Annie the past year she has been em- .
I. '''' climax which was acted out- Mrs. Eva Fletcher, Mrs. G. M.
local store
In
Hartley and Labon Bishop were ployed a
r the attendant The bridegroom's Mr. Roberts came to Homesteadwith The CalendarSept. the account of a big ship sailingIn Hodge, Mrs. Lydia Bayers, Mrs.
laden with presents.The presents Clara Vihleq, Mrs. Mary Epperson,
: father, James H. Robert, and Mrs. his parent seventeen year
were opened of course, and Mrs. L. A. Young, Mrs. Sadie
Core Daniels, also, were present ago. He was graduated from 25-Redland] P.-T. A. reception -
admired by everyone. Gossman, Mrs. Earl Delaney, Mrs.
Homestead High School in 1933
The bride was gowned In a navy for faculty In gymnasium
Writing and word building contests Otto Bernecker, Mrs. Frank Ber-
blue and white georgette ensemble and for the past two year has at I m.
been connected with the Sheffield p. I were engaged in, and a bookof necker, Mrs. Jesse Soper, Mrs. O.
blue and
with accessories of
; navy
He 1 Sept. 25-All day quilting meetIng advice for the bride was made W. Drlggers, Mrs. Jesse Goss
a cor-
white and a corsage bouquet of Electric Company.
of Areme Club at B. Q.
and presented to her. man, Mra. Lydia Gossman, Misses
pale blue and white garden flowers poral In the Florida National
.r Guard at Miami. Branch home. Sandwiches, cake and punch I Eloise and Norma Gossman, MIll
; Sept. Presentation of were served. Virginia Hodge, Miss Vera Fletcher -
week at Miami
After I
Mill Hartley wore a navy blue spending a meet-1
District Skule" in Florida
Thirty-one were present and and C. A. Gossman
will beat
j and white silk crepe outfit with Beach the young couple Community Church.

white accessories and a corsage of home to friends in an apart- Sept. 27-chaucer Guild
the A. E. house GLEANERS' CLASS HAS Fifield, the president,
blue and white flowers. ment in Campbell Ing at home of Mrs. L. L. Bow. I I presided
Mrs. Robert 1* the eldest on N. E. Eleventh street 28 of SOCIAL MEETINGThe Mrs. S. L. West the teacher, Mrs.
Sept. -Open meeting
Gleaners' clan of the Baptist Ivey and Mrs. Henry Olsen were
Homestead Business and Professional
Sunday School held its monthly appointed to draw by-lawllor
up '
i MEMBERS ENJOY Woman's Club.
CLUB
JUNIOR WOMAN'S
I \ business and social meeting at the club.

:!f SUPPER AND PARTY IN LEGION HALL Sept.on 29"Japanese-Free stereopticon Flower lecture Arranement" -- the home of Mrs. Gordon Ivey Mrv H. Collier, mother'of the

i Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Wlllard hostess, assisted in serving sandwiches -
In agriculture rooms
--if
and iced tea.
Il' Mr*. E. J. Dyal Mrs. Marvin Wm. M. John, Miss Thelma Tur- of Homestead High School at 8 Others present were: Mrs. M.

[ f Shaw, Mrs. Bruce Ennli and Miss I ner, Mill Lucille Chapman, Mill p.m. 230.: A. Murphy Mrs. Dexter Home

Mary Bradley entertained members I Ellen Huff, Miss Miriam Burton, Oct. Redland faculty reception Oct. 13-First regular meetingof Mrs P. D. Reams, and Mr J. D.
:I\ of the Junior Woman's Club Miss Pearl Whitaker, Mia Marguerite and community supper at Woman's Club of Homestead Morgan.

of Homestead at a spaghetti sup Wollam and Misses Alice Redland Community church at 0 at 3 p. m.
ijC p. m. Oct. IS-Homestead Home Demonstration -
per and bunco party at Legion and Grace Hobson.
hall Tuesday evening.Mrs. I Oct. 2-Luncheon and election Club meeting at 9:30 FRIENDSHIP CLUB
meeting of American Legion Aux- a. m. In Neva King Cooper School.
I W. B. Caves, Jr., won the I POSTPONES MEETINGThe
MRS. JOHN SCARBOROUGH iliary. Oct. 15-Redland Home Dem-
and Mrs. E. A.
tilth score prize
j AT BRIDGE Woman' Friendship Club, an organization -
i ENTERTAINS Oct. Meeting of onstration Club meeting at 1:30:
Buchanon, the low. Mrs. Burley
Auxiliary of Episcopal Church with In Redland Community Church. of young people, sponsoredb
1 Dendy won the floating prize. Mrs John L. Scarborough lava
Mn. Lee H. Lehman at 8 p. m. Oct. 14--Areme Club party. yMrs. J. E. Close, has postponedthe
were Mrs. Wm.Castleberry
Others present : at the home of her
: a bridge party Oct 3-O. J:. S. meeting In I. O. Oct. 15-Redland P.-T. A. meetIng meeting which was to have
i of Winter Park who ilster-ln-law, Mr*. T. R. Scarborough .
O. F. hall at 0p.m. at 8 p. m. been held Tuesday night School
j was formerly president of the In Porvenler on Sept. IT.
activities inter-
Oct. Presbyterian Auxiliary Oct. It-Homestead P.-T. A. and other current
\ club Mr. R. G Huff, Mrs Wilburn Mrs. Geo. M. Sonnlchsen won the I
meeting with Mrs. D. P. Blake at reception for teachers. ferred, said Mr. Close.
Reed Mrs F. E. Dewhurst Mrs. high score prize; Mrs. J. A. Webb,

( Ceo M. Sonnlchsen, Mrs. Joel J. the second; and Mr*. Floyd Fogle, .

Robinson, Mr. Herbert Turner the low.

: Mrs L. B. Danzey, Mr*. Hunter Other present were.A. O. Cain,

Hardln Mr*. J, a Perkins, Mrs. Mr Geo. M. Frlck Mrs. P. B.

: H. T. Oxford, Mrs. Fredrick Ku- Bird. Mr*. Curtis Monroe, Mrs.

feldt, Mrs. J S. Horton Mr*. F A. J. J. McLendon Mrs. R. L. Walker V winning the

Ruff, Mrs Paul Reynolds, Mrs. and Mrs. Joel J. Robinson. 1J
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,) -t Social- Events NOTICE LEGAL Or(assets APPLICATION ToN NOTICES. IMIMrtfco FOR? TAX. j CLASSIFIED ADSRATE II IIk.


t .I It H ojkr that B Bn4t JoVMondtBo
holdor of Slot, ond Corn* tin : First UucrtKta 104 a KM: subsequent Inatrtkma
... .
CortlflMU No.' tit .. Met and dnyof
July. A D. Ins hot flUd ouw ta mroffler. a line
tnd not ... ......._ fortuiM .
1 real ikoroon.

(SDLAND P.-T. A. GIVES RECEPTION proMror...t..hrsam ta, th. /h.Cuunqr following of Dodo-.Ji, sea FOR RENTFOR MISCELLANEOUSPIANO

,, ....wIt:
TONIGHT FOR ENTIRE SCHOOL FORCE Lot II, Blk 1" '11d9...,. a lubdn.
I Pint Noah It. Pnn Tt, In the Oounty : RENT Small tore at 99 TUNING an. repairing.
of Dodo awes of Florldo.Tko Good used piano for sale cheap
N. Krom Ave. that has been
.ttiitinuut of Mid ptuntilj sad or
ghe Redland P.-T. A. WI-: ben: Mr. and Mr*. Fisher, the the told tortlftmM wad woo In tile u. occupied by Nor( Shop. See W. E. Koon. 115 N. W. 3rd St

Hceptlon in the school gymnasium Rev. and Mrs. C. N. Walker off VakI a....,.sold MrClmky..rtifk"s oIWI be Mr*. Eva Collins, Federal Highway -

tonight for Its entire school force Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Pearson Mr. ... .aewdlna a low. the popea4 dc... and Biscayne Drive. REAL ESTATEREAL
d shown will be sold a tha high.1. bid.Mr .
tod those who assist with the and Mr*. J. R. Hlckson Mr. and at u.. Ceoe/-bor.e door .. the tiNt ESTATE-Thr who wantto

school In any way---county school Mn. D. E. Basher, Cha Cox Mr. 11I_." I. the month d 0eteb... loot FOR RENT IT acre scarified sell Redland District
buy or
.hl" Y i UM Ilk dor W October, IBM.Doted .
'officials, trustees, cafeteria managers and Mn. J N. Ncsbltt, Mr. and thin Ind dor of 5ap1 ..... KM.R. land $100 cash. Mr*. Fred R. real estate will find up-to-date

nurse, bus drivers janitor Mn. L. H. Oreer Mr. and Mr*. B. LKATHKRMAN.Ckrk Link Roberts Road and Bauer listing In our office. Many ot
of Circuit Court. Dodo County.Florldo.
and newspaper representatives Newman, Miss Esther Home Mr. Drive. (p o 2) these listing are till at sub-

ijpounty: Superintendent Chas. M. and Mn Jo*. HlUiard. Mr. and Clean Court It NMI y N. O. ITERBKTT. D. U normal price We shall appreciate

Fisher Supervisor of Teacher I.L Mn We" Campbell, Mr. and Mn' ,land 4. 11. 'I, U 0.. I' TOMATO arming land-20 acre either your Inquiries or

:; Pearson and Mrs.\ C. N. Walker, B. Chambers, Mr. and Mrs. Cha NOVICE AFFIXATION FOR TAX deep scarified pine land. 20 acresglade your listings, all of which will

board member, will make short A. Chambers, Mr. and bin W. L. DKRDBtnoto land on Campbell it have our beat attention. Now M

talks, and the newly appointed Chamber. Mrs. Anna Kelly Mr., Nntloo it( Hereby Bill Given No.that 1U> Mr. Roy Close In. O. B. Parker. *28-.ll the time to buy. B. W. Morris.

movie teacher of the school Min and Mr*. E. A. Froacher, Mrs. Ly- Mood ........., holder of Mesa ond Cow now associated with H. A. Cameron *
dia Mr. and Mn. Earl tr Tu Oottl'..... No tikes hound. tho GOOD second story cool well
Rebecca Fisher will direct community Gossman ; N. W. lat St.. In Citizens
tot day at ......1. A D. INT. hot flMMM Rent reaowitle. -
singing. Mrs. C. E. Delaney Mr. and Mn. J. T. Dye III KIT office, nod hat _* Mr. cotton for a tot deal to ko hems thonon.SoU Ask at Western Union.
Mr. and Mn. Wm. M. John
will
,
the president
brrger Certificate.
Elcben-I omkmtoo the followlntdrrlbrd I' (Jy 10 tf)
{Honor guest at the and Mrs Ben Archer: and Alvah J-topon. I. the County at Dada, SALESMAN WANTEDMAN
I state of florid., tawillLoa
will Include besides I Taylor 4 and a. shelf. I. Melasrd I FOR RENT-4-room house, two WANTED tor nearby Raw-
Manor, a Iowa, Plat book 19,
Pare 15, ,. the county at Dad. screened porches: running water leigh route. Real opportunity for
ILLUSTRATED LECTURE ON JAPANESE HUM of Flortdo.UM garage fruit trees, for Co.
right man. Write Rawlclgh ,
The a..w.ot of .14 a.dw
'I'
mid. certificate, haled niCTllw MOM couple. Apply W. W; Severy Memphil Tenn., FA1-102-OM: ,
| FLOWER ARRANGEMENT COMES TUESDAY '"ft v........ Redd' Dry Cleaner
Unless sold oortKleult shell .. rrdmw.od or see B. C Murphy, Homestead
oooordlni M low. tin prooorlr dooeribtd Fla. (o 2)
Uwr.li will ko .aIJ to tho highest bidder FOR SALES
|Ceo. N. Wakefleld vocational are to be brought Into the club ot tho Court knu toot ... Uio lint Mn*.
I agriculture teacher of Homestead soon, were welcomed and Instructed del In tko Month of Octokor. 1M.. wkloklo WANTED

High School, will give a Belter as to the whys and whereforesof Dated the ilk. thin doy and of Orlokor day of,Brptouibor I.... tit* MILKING GOATS to be told work

Romeo and Garden lecture, on the club. Mil Helen West thepresident B B. I.RATHFRMAN. because of my ill health. L. O. WANTED-Tractor for

Japanese Flower Arrangement"k presided.Member Clerk at Circuit. Court, Dodo Count riorido. Adams, Bonita Crave, H mile several month Machinery In

members of the home beautifitstion present were: the hottest Br N. a ITERRETT, D. C west of Krome on Halnlln flnt class condition. See Don

group and other who are Miss Nina Pearl Bush Mist Circuit Court I N..1I...... Co n. I. I' Oats I'' Drive. (* 23) Carr Allapattah Road, one mile
east of Princeton or 108S N. W.
Interested on Tuesday evening atI Iva Dyal, Miss Betty Bowen, Mist
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX SALE tomato (2nd St. Miami Fla. (t 29)
o'clock In the agriculture room Bobble Summerlln Mill Hen- OKKR! FOR -Eggt; fryers; ,

In( vocational building. These rietta Hartman, Miss Marcia Gau- Senate Bill No. .(.) plants; all varieties of fruit In RAGS WANTED-The Leader-
No&.... It Horabr Given that May A. season. Shanklin Grove Vt mile
lectures are Illustrated with stern tens, Mill Virginia Frick and Mist Gaiter, ....1.... of sate and County Taxth.tl.at. Enterprise will swap classified
natural color. .. brad. west Fla. City Redland rd. and
6ptlcon slides in the West. Mo. TTOMM and THM advertising or subscriptions for
) the 7lh day of August, A. O ..... ku filed Palm ave. (s 25-o 18)
The lecture for Oct. < will been HIM I. mr .f'.... ..a koo ...... oppltenUan wiping rags. 7c a pound allowed *
to Secret for ...... ko k.ud th.......
"Light I* the Key l' < to for clean white or color
PRESBYTERIAN AUXILIARY tomato rags,
FOR SALE-Eggs; fryers;
Sold Corurinttoo embrace' too followingdoKrlhrd I
1. Cardem" and that of Oct. U will MEETS WITH MRS. GATLIVMrt provorty In the County of Dodo.I) plants.. Shanklin Grow, H mile ed. Knit underwear preferred.

be "Motoring to America Famous Ceo. Ruhele In Slot of Flarldo, towlttab 25-0 18))
Florida (
wa chargeof 4 end 1. Hlork, IA, Amended west City. s
Carderu the lemon at the meeting of the rut of Porter Honor, Ronik.dn WANTED I TO KENT
There Is no admission charge, Presbyterian Women Auxiliaryat Plot Hiwk II. Page M, In tho FOR SALE-1931 10H panel
and the public Is Invited. embraced: *. stow of Florida, Dodge truck $225. R. Glas WANTED to rent for wlntci, one
? the home of Mrs B. E. Oatlln m In CortiriwU" No. 7T-
OIL Tho Moooiinont of oojl row* phone 28433, Miami (s 25-0 2) or two room cabin. Inquire! ..t
Sept. 17. The topic was "Making ortr ender tho Mid OtOffcotoliowd this ofitce (p 25))
:' MUVJV JUBKOOK8HOSTESS the Bible a Living Book to Child- ww, l> the same of Mn. A. TOMATO Pepper and Broccoli i -

TO R. P. C. BRIDGE CLUB ren and Youth." LoukorhLot .. Block IA, Amended Plot ofPortor plants. Simons, cor. Silver Palm I LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE
Mrs. J. R. Brook entertainedthe Manor, a _bola.. Plot
Present were: Mrs. A. F. Arthur, .
Hook II, P... It, In the Count ofUod. Dr., & Richard Rd. (s 4 tf)
.
R. P. C. bridge club at her home I Mrs. D. P. Blake Mn. C. Ben .. Ilea of Vlorldo. u nnbroe.od / .OF APPLICATION ran TAX

Monday afternoon. Mr*. R. E. Plummer Mn V. N. Harris, Mrs. easement In COrtlf..f...Mid... No.prepare"..... Tho.... FOR SALE-Tomato plants ready I I. (Senate Drop HIM No. Itll

Aspley won the high score prize. David Pappy Mrs. Frank Lucas, the Mid Certificate IOWA wol t> to set; Burpee' Marglobe E. E. I NOTICE: IN HERESY fllVKN Hint
...... Jobs ... LiahukUnlroi t. T. CII......... hinder. ., *..... and
e I Present were: Mr*. M D. Hart- I Mn. J. M. Holferty Mrs. J. R. the Mid. of Certificates Aril bo rtdnonod Vrana, Silver Palm drive and I; Count Tn Cortlflomt No 44 Iwotd the

man, Mrs. Tom Lindsay ,Mrt. Hickson, Mn R Y. Burr Mr. neoaHlnii to low the property dootrlkodthortln Richard road. (s 11-28) Ird day of AM.." A. D. INI, .hoo flit*
Weston, Mr. Katz of Miami. Mn E. L. Nelson Mrs. A. S. Darling will ko ooM to the hkilmt kMdorot torn .. Mr offlro, and no* made ofiplko
I ,....... .
the Court,houM door on the MrM M.... the for VAX dmd w> k. Mound ntalit
Aspley and Mr Brook Mrs. Paul Haley Mn. Ruhele and As, In the month of Mubor. 19... which MANGO CHUTNEY So an oz or (Jortlflcolo tmbnu_ IKr l.II..Ise!
Mn. Gatlin. ki tKo Ito day. of Oetobor .IIHDotod J5r a pint Jungle Grove dMorlbrd nraiwrtr .In IK. ('xinly o< U>4t.
this find day SrptomSor. 1336. SUM of KtorMo l-.11 :
GROUP ENJOYS CHICKEN E B. LEATHEHMAN: Loa t* to 14 In M. W. 14. Phil Ik-1k
CUTTINGSand
Clerk of Circuit Court Dade County CARISSAS, Me qt t. Poio .. Parties M. Town.hlp I 55
DINNER AND DANCE I AD ASTRA CHAPTER Florid.Iy SMALL PLANTS for sale. South, Unit to EMI ........1.. KI

| Mr. and Mn. Monroe Williams TO MEET NEXT WEEK: N 0 STERRETT D C Mn. Geo. W. Kneel Jungle Anna man or loot In Kir Ommlr >(
Circuit Court >ol D..... state of KK.rl.1.
gave a chicken supper for a group Ad Astra chapter of the Orderof (...... 4, tl. IS U Ort I) Grove Redland road and Plum- The _....1 of .... t>mnHr .m.W
.t friend at their home In Redland the Eastern Star will hold its mer drive. the told .rtintoto loiund WN' In UM HUM
UNKNOWN
of
;Wednesday night Afterward the first meeting after the summer ORHRR rOB PUBLICATION Union i told omlflrtto ,hall kt n.l.em.dmt@Wdinx l
'group went to the Homestead 2 III tko limit 'Coort, Klovmtli GUAVA JUICE SI per gallon. 1 : to law.' Iko ornn rt| drvrll.4mmtai
vacation on Friday Oct. In the Clre.lt Dodo ('''',. Pbrldl. Ill
win ko saw to tko kluhtol. nkkbr ol
I Country Club to dance. I. O. O. F hall, Mr*. Ceo. W. Turner I ry. tooo No. 4MST.mvoHr' *. ACTION 1..1..1 Jungle Grove Redland. I II I I I tko Court kouot door on th. tint M.m.l.y

r I Present were: Mist Vera Delk Jr. In tko' nt of No..mb.e009.. whlrk h
worthy matron announced RUTH I.TNN Plaintiff' n Guavaa $1.00
Dofoodont.It FOR SALE per Yes tnd day of November Int.
I, Miss Ann McDonnell Miss Virginia this week. I 1 LYNN.,_rl.* b, olfldovlt ._..... to bushel. Jungle Grove, Redland. Doled. ship Itrd ding of Btntoniknr- I I01101
,Hodge Miss Jenlce Rivers, All members are urged to be Iho kill rued In tho obwro ototod MUM that I K.: B IEATHRMMAN. ,
...... Clerk of Olnu4t OW. Dodo e" ,,.
I. LYNN the (" thorohi -
,Bill McConnell Albert Belts Harry t this MILLARD FRYERS Live or dreucd. Free .
present meeting.M. named U 0 __...... of the state ofPlwMo rkrldnClrtull
Brown Cecil Cates and Clayton and his residence. lo unknown this delivery In city. Phone S3S-M Court tool

.Lehman. V. ORCHESTRA TO PLAY there. lorvfeo lo no of person tubiximo In tho upon....1.whom of rlcirldnIko would. McEwen Poultry Plant. Hr N o. t*BTEKRrrr. Ort I. t.T t).. eiBnwt II')

AT COUNTRY CLUB DANCE kind inrk Defendant and that ko kl writ

MRS. PAUL REYNOLDS Music will be furnished by the tho fan are ordered of twontrono. that mid FARM__It!don'b tkm Do.fondont LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE or 'rl'.rIIlN nnKo nm TAT

forth ho ta hmbr raiolrod to <*..... Mill N. 1511NOTICE
IS BRIDGE HOSTESS Miami University Orchestra bo and
IVKN hat
t* NAMELY
i Mrs. Paul Reynolds entertained dance at the Homestead Country ARM appear most to tho 001 or BIN. Moro of Cofnplnlnt M......,. filed tko itkdor In Ill Ito Circuit Court nf ,Ito Eleventh Jo. 1. T (110..1....... kidder of _,. .njCmnty
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dVlol Irmlt In nod for D.d. t Tax OortMhnlo )I.. SMS. 100.>d In.It .
kt bridge at her home on Sept 18. Club Saturday night Sept 28 of Mobor.of mid A. D.bill 133.will. othorwloo ko toko thJnlkmtlom n. Plorldo. In ('....... N. .4C.. day oi AuouW ... U. IMS hoc "1..1
Mrs. Goo. M. Sonnlchsen won the S. P. Compher manager of the ooof.oood by ooM IMondint.It L B. JkfFREY:. and 1 It RM>I>. Ptaht.. aMOR'f0115 some In my nffkio. sod km nodidraorlhtd /nplk"IM" .
HOND
high tfon prize and Mn Curtis club announced Thunday. In announcing It. further ordered> wrak. task for four this order rafioKotlvo ki. tiff.m. COMPANY HOMF8TEAII: n Florida Cotpntloe. law far C.rtlflma a e1 dad 5brw.m a be IOWA fit. I.-h:::: r"

,Monroe the low. A salad course the dance for Saturday published weeks. sum I* THE: LEA ER.ENTr.R- I1d.wd.M.CREDITORS. I tMW.tv M the County of UoikStolo .
leas stated that In PRISM a ..._popot'' oukllohod. In MMCounty NOTIS TO ... of Fbirldo. to-wlt ,
served. night Mr. Compher loader .
and Btalo )I."... k Maw il tn that Law f .... A In I W. U RulMll, 'Oil tof
Other present were: Mr*. P. B. all probability there would be a I This IWjrt. I. IM(. hy h-ruo of on the wd.r lltk of Any Court of May ontond A. D I. Section. M. T.-...... II 1...nlHtnoo >
this MUM on 40 ... Plot hook I. Paw a..
Bird, Mrs. J. J. McLendon Mn. dance twice a month from now K.Cl.rk R. LEATRERHAN of Circuit Court.Clnull :: 1t.11 rrrdltttrt or. rtqulnd U jrnrot. j I toontnlnlnv, !. ....- mom ..* .k.. in
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undVnlrnod. *
Dexter on through the but that And fllo wJth the the Cnunlr of Dodo. stale vi tir.u
Home Mn. J. A. Webb, Mason ( Court BtoJ) nilllni. nt Bit offlr. In Florida City Hor- ,

.Mrs. A. O. Cain Mr*. J. D Perkins, further .announcement would be 8, r oouto Baptist Iwrk.rrtRR ..... .11 .t.l_ .. rurh ortdHoro may hon,. I 1 the no safe.a..smsl orrUflratr d Lewd Raw woo pawpaw In ttir ..._.mo

:""Mrs. H. C. Nichols Mr*. W. L. made next week.LEGAL :. a CARR .Company..1_ tho, n HomMlood Fkwkto MrpnrolkM Mond a, Merits.... took art IDA U OtWKNOH. .
| fcc ....a.tI
Unkwi told MninMM shell
,tt eley. Mrs. Floyd Fogla and.Mr, Solicitors for Ill.auZ-111 total., mud ko fllod wlthUilkro.i 11 dVoirlhrd
the
1. II. as PotOlnCR a. tho doto nf the fM publleo.tkin nxuntlM to law property
Ennis. the (.ram. __ | tk.adn wM .. MIA ... the highest. l>.khrnt
rce NOTICESNOTKB POR PtmtlCATIONIII DATED of wil./ A. D. Its* HM C.urt hnuM dnor on oho ..... Mmto .
1 ... tibia tonrt Rlonwlk JudklolCwnlt :1".T'IWrG, Resolver. I der a M or-Nth 01 H..w. 1.". wbbA
8UB.DEB ... i .w sod dor of H_..... IN*
CLUB MUTe UABTER-A Undo c_. .. Plortdo. U Lb. (July IT. 24. S4, Au"a.1isMlil:
BtrSU OF BALI H<7. COM No. ...... d. II. 11. I*. Os{. *. Uokrd thin page due of AMA-6w. I'JM.
WITH I .....
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MISS NINA PEARL NOTICE IS HFHKnY CHVHN Ihnt KASHA SAVER ....._ known WMAIHA I K.: B. ICATHITHMtN.Ckk : .
nd kr TMuo of tho Feral ounces of .- FOB TAX of ClmH. Court Dodo UotottrrtMkw..
J.The SubOeb Club memben dltnuaed ': :: CHMCN1 HO, Plaintiff n.CtTllS NOTICE Or APPLICATION
m Nodirtd to that toruln mum fJ Oofondont.It .
the putting on-at a play In tko Circuit Court of The KUmntk': onpMrtiw kr nffldoTU cpponiM VotOo to hereby see that LKlH) Room Br N C. BTERHRTt. U. C
Vhen they met Wednesday evenng ..10101 Clrawlt to and for 0.... Conn- tko kill find In tko obow Motod Niioo : k...lH.r! no ootkTM of EwwIodM: DtnloMODMrirt Climate Court *..l '
II.. Florid., In wnMi. Emoot EKokorto. tko Defendant .) o nok-rooMont of the Tax Certificate Nuntkortd (Itdnlod .t Inapt M. OX. a. t. 54. ft)
and the telling of peanuts atwll rinlntrtf. and J. B. Origin M n., on', state of florldo. AMA Ie 0 _"'|P.| of tko i tho bed day of ..__ A. D. IMI.hoo
game They planned alto ........ Wt.. Cqultr Cooo nunikm BUM ft hlomchoMtto, his nutloiilo.r ..0.Ara. flied told CorthTIroto Hi mr "'100, nod
...-0. tile undonkiMnf. Bpwtol Master 1 h
.. ko w al N. shwanevet.. boo Mnd.nvolta.tton for to; dad to noUwrtun
or a bicycle ride In the near f uure I ta Ohontiry, appointed! kr the Court In Mooo. It I. th.detw..dered .IMt awpmr.n.I j .U oooordonn whh tow, S.WOortlrWIto
I Saw Docent will offs for otto nt Grille. i, "' be and b.nby N. ninkmtio tko fclurwln* dioii i.rf DR.M.A.BERGERDentist
.wI' tor t1. tdah..e art ,,1.s tdwide r for o. lrod>i nwmr :1 Bill s< w.pla1.5 1 mrovortv, nttuowd dada toootr. I1srA ,
Four visitors Miss Alta I Web- M .Ito nook rr.nt .me of the bisect. '" flM In omld n<*< ..' of Morotho Monday. t. !
fcr, Mia Nina Miss Jan bow at o.de c.oa.... M me roe at III-+, tth day at OHkiT. A. D. 1.... ..- I tat wm... q' ..... Plat at TMTnpl.
Dyal' and. Phobic .. the sad ..." of NoMMbot.A. wine tko olknntlnM of saw kill will ko .. Plus N.a I'. Page 11.
iCeely and Miss Jane Gatlin. VhdTurner's D. I"'$.. between 1ho hour of olo .u ; t..... H _.f >ood by told UtfoMlonl.It In the County, of D.... state of
.'.... A. M. .... two o'claok F M. the ; W faith ornVrod that this ordor kt, Klurldn.Tko .
nnoortr doorrlbrd. In mid .- lltuwuIn p..blbhid. arm o w Hi tar Jose tom.rotlwwMko ime..wM of said HMtily ondir 36 N. Krome Avenue
Dodo County, florida towlttoo : lo Tho _..... Lmd..Estw. the MM Conlflato ........] woo In tko ..-
I II..... IS of Bkick. 11 of ORANOKBEU.HTU prbo *jMwopoior oukllokod In Mid CounI of Hooo tM Wrrl_. Untooi told CortUlrato .
Fwreral Home n. per plot Mirrors record..d I. .... lite... ....11 ko ndi.niid notordln* to tow. Upstairs
In plot bank U. pars n. .11Io. e. Thin ..... 4. M.E. law thrrran on tko Mtk Any.
M-BJR. AMBCLANCB SERVICE of DMt C.eaiv. sets M. tKATFTERMAM. Sga.pes.Me. A. ft. IM. Office Hours 8:30-1:30:
....to lot sold answer and ...... Clerk of ClmH Onrt.ClreoK Voted .>!. ttk dny t Aomot. A D, ItM.K. .
Lady AttondulPhone I...... sold be be had f05 tIto p.H..d I I ( Court small a LFATKFRMAN.Ctork. OPEN" EVENINGS
)' .. sold _. P. I. OOULD.I. of commit Court, &uh C. in(*,
..4-R Home.tesd.07a4x W. W. CCI JON.BoM IL R. wILLIAMa.w otoo&r 'Clark.SeILa.or ICIrntM Court MoD Fire... 111 qlUMItNT
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laaa K Pace Eight _THE LEADER_ ENTERPRISE Friday, Sept_251 1036

Junior B. Y. P. U. to Cite'DURRANCE GETS I time this suit WM brought tHur- S, bean# tile defense bad been
PRICE OF RELIGRAPEFRUIT "j Night i rance caught the city with some so thoroughly prepared by Mr t
Program Sunday Interest and linking fund money Roberts during his term of oflift!
N I The Junior-BTV. P. U., under $2,750 FROM I CITY which had been transferred to the that he did not see how he could
the direction of Mrs. Frank Irwin, electric: light maintenance fund add anyftfat to it.Alt
I the leader, will have charge of the to replace money borrowed from
YET FIXED BY U. program at the general meetingof IN OLD BOND SUIT that fund, and he got a court order; AJJey: How long has that f
the Baptist B. Y. P. U.'. in the tying this money up. hired hind worked for :you'
church SundlYllicb&. City Attorney George R. McCa-: Rube Berber About two days, I
No Truth In Report Richard Bigger will give "A Comes From Fund Tied kiD told the council Monday night suemI
and 35 Cents a Box Ten Year Old Boy's assay en a up by Court Nearly that he did not go to Tallahasseeto : thought be bad been here
Mabel Ruth win defend the suit, the order in more than & month.
by Governmentlakeland live Christian the church covenant Pope in brief Two Years AgoIn which was diluted down oa Aug" Rube: lie has.-Ex.

,Sept,,2i-.8eport* Ray Andrews will give a reading, CimpBauc with an order
and a quartet Geneva Vann. I
the federal government has from the state court, the
Carol Walker, Mary Loulae Pierce supreme
for to be city council of Homestead Dance Saturday Night
the price grapefruit and Marjorie Webb, wlU sing. Tuesday
chased for It* relict agencies Everyone is invited. paid over to J.R. Durranee 12,Ml.-
80 plus S8UO court watt on a bond 26th
emphatically denied today by September at
Florida Cltrua Commission. Free Methodist Pastor suit brought: by him nearly two
"W have beard that Changes Service Hours year ago. HOMESTEAD COUNTRY CLUB
some sections have been The suit was decided In the city's
29 cents a box for grapefruit Mr*. Ernest Warren who has favor In the Dude County circuit MtTMC BY
it and smaller, and 33 court by Judge Vly O. Thompson
been reappointed pastor of the
size 80 and larger, and that Florida City Free Methodist when Ernest P. Roberta was cityattorney MIAMI\ UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA
are being told that these are Church announces that the Sun and Durrance appealedto !
For Reservations Phone 3120S.
prlcea which the government the supreme court I
day school of the church will be
pay" said Chairman L. P. held at 10 a. m. instead of at 2:SOp Any suit brought now finds the I P. COMrHER Maaacer
land m. and that the preaching services city treasury empty but at the : soma
There la no truth In these lara."j will be held at 11 a. m and
1];ji I 1I'll 111111111171:11711
11111- LIT T111 JET 1111T71TITIT111 HI :
port When the \" 8pm. The Junior missionary
determine what it will pay society will be held at I:30 p. m. r
surplus fruit the price each Sunday. races ar
mad public and everyone Yellow SANBORNId
know whit It 1s.An number of men both white and
of toil price li expected In negro.
near future and we are White applicant may apply t DATED
Onions
that the same price will be
from 9 clock till noon daily except -
tained throughout the season Sunday and holidays. Negro Coffee
Kirkland urged growers applicant may apply from 1 till
nun their fruit to market I 4:SO daily except Saturday, Sundays
ia plenty of time to market and holidays 3 1bs
crop," ha aaid The/ White applicant must be between 1 i lb.
1* working on, a program to the age of 17 and 2$, be ot'
vide an outlet for all fruit sound physique, have at least one:
fruit it of good quality year of high school be able to :IOC 25c
advertising to promote its furnish three good character references SATURDAY SPECIALS
and t well-regulated and have their parents'.
throughout the season, we consent
be market.able to maintain a : Negro applicants must be between Handy-Pack Pure Gold Plain or Self-Rising
the age of 18 and 28 be ot
sound physique, be able to read
Navy Asks for Both Coca-Cola
and Write well be able to furnish
White and Colored three good character referencesand Flour61b.bag.25c
j
have their parents'consentThe I
Miami, Sept 2*-The
U a bal 05 trade 2Sc
S. nary recruiting station schools to offer navy and many opportunities 6 bottles to pkg... 24 lb. bag.89c
at Boom 228 In the new post for advancing one's educa PLUS BOTTLE DEPOSIT
building has opening for a tion.Announcing I I1IIIIIJIIJnllllllllllllllllllfllIIIIIIIIIJIlllllllllllll

/ / IlllllllllllllllllllUI IInb : JERSEY S If. Battles Armour's Armour1

== : Tomato Ketchup .. 25c Roast Beef Tomato Juice24oz.can.10c

ASSORTED FLAVORS 4 HCGS.
can __.. 18c
Royal Gelatin .. ..-. 25c
Target EzceQ Graham


9 .CENTRAL SERVICE STATION BULK Wal or Grits, 4lbs. 18c' Corn Beef Crackers

GREAT NORTHERN IBS.. can. .. .. .. .. .. 16c 1 Ib. pkg.,: 13c

== BEANS .. ..oooo _oooo 25c Over-Sea Excell

I Under New Management 1 BULK i us. Peanut Butter21b.jar..35c Soda Crackers

Brown Sugar ..oo ..oo. 25c 1 Ib. pkg. lOc

C. A. CAMPBELL and R. a DARZINQ

Daisy PINK SALMON, 1 lb. can oo. . u lOc
==

Cheese Georgia Beef

I SPECIALIZING Df lb. ... .. 25c RoundSirloin
I STEAKS

I WASHING POLISHING GREASING I j SLICED

== B. Bacon Porterhouse ) lb.. .Z5c
I
3 .

x Selling Gas, Oil, Tires, Tubes, Batteries lb. ... .. 35c
CORNED BEEF HASH, large can .15cNNW

I and Accessories Western

Chuck Roast Bananas, 3 Ib s. .... 13c Selected

Rutabagas
UO CIIIEF
Ib .. .. .. 18c
Dog Food, 1 Ib. can.. 5c lb. ..-__.. 5c
1 I Road Service and Tire Repairing ROLL
Finn HeadCabbage
af Butter Spare Ribs, Ib ft.. 18c

.-. IA
f j Ib. .. .... 38c
; Short Ribs of Beef, 12c lb. ....u. 5cRICHCREAMY
We Give Complete and Efficient Service:

., NO. 1 SELECTED,

IRISH
't '.'f Tour patronage is earnestly solicited

'',,* Snowdrift PotatoeslOIbs.

I N. ire..Art.. And Sad St Fk. M SU-sill

..'.1\ 3 lb., can .uu ._..u53c .- -- -. . 29< .
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