The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00093
 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: October 9, 1936
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00093
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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e''I t t GROWERS I

. Planning GroupIJf1"ill MITE SLATED AT GOULDS

) Meet Here Tonight TONIGHT; PLANTING TO BE '

NOV. 15-SET AS Council Members Whistle and Laugh I UNDERWAY IN TWO \WEEKS

As Morris Asks $54,550 for Streets C

DEADLINE FOR When Councilman a w.-Morrli.,-;require;; an outlay of 130,300; five i PROCLAMATION Many Carloads of Seed Already I.

tract conunttteeman we asked and three-fourth miles of streets I Here and Many

for an estimate of his expense for need rebuilding, at a goat of $23,- I. 0.'1'. Harper.Mayor of the More on,Way
the coming year for Consideration 000;and $1.270 would be needed to City af Homeatoad. Florida

SIX YEAR PLAN In making up the municipal budget keep the streets Clean and tile I' ao hereby ptwUint Sunday, ENGINEERS"STUD V
Monday night, he provoked parkways In trillHI.. motion October li isn, aa GetCBttvh *..
whistles and laughter from his to have Ills estimate adopted was BnAday.tKI praetama AIR DRYING METHOD
astonished 'fcHow members by lot tor Want of a second. I thM being issued !Ia CMnpDMM

Committee Appointed to Sowing where k. needed $54J50 The total budget originally; set with the tM.est .f the Mlnbterlal Experimental Machine to

Speed up Proposals to put and keep the clty'i streets last year for all operating expenses Association of the Red-. Be in Operation in
In proper condition and specific bond levies amounted land District.
a, For District Mr Morris said that 15 mile of to $3 ,OH.'1. Signed: C. T. HAMPER, 30 Days
streets need oiling, which would Major City ef Homestead,
Mr. Morris said he believed Insetting
J.D. REDD TO OUTLINE up In the budget the full Florida. Potato production cost data,

I needs of the city, and the repairs compiled during the 1931-38 season -
PROGRESS OF BOARD he listed were really needed If the with the co-operation of 22

t city's street were to be preservedCity i UNREGISTEREDVOTERSHAVE grower In the Homestead-Could

0. A. Sanquist, W. P. A. SPEAK HERE Attorney Ira C Haycockwas area, will be presented tonlfcht by
R. L Howard of the bureau ot
j jI jl Instructed to draft an ordinance 2
.1 Head, to Be Represented authorizing: city street agricultural economics, vxtrnslon

I ',, at ParleyA 8 P.M.TOMORROWDemocratic and park department to work city service, at a meetfh| of growl rs In

t ,. prisoner on tho'ste et.'knd parks DAYSTOQUALIFYClerks A. W. Hutchlnson's pecking hou.se
at Goulds. The meeting, art ,ngcd
l- and deslgid BMthe park and street
committee elected to act la
an Congressman foreman a* especial policeman. by County Agent C. H. Stctfanl,
I advisory Capacity to the bade Expected to Review' Further consideration ot the of Homestead and will be called to order at 8 o'clock.
County planning board in the Initiation Similar data for the 1934-39
Tariff Efforts budget occupied the remainder of Florida City Have
preparation and submission the _Ion. The council will meet Books season, was presented by Mr,
of WPA to Howard In the fall of last year Tonight
project affecting the Congressman Mark Wilcox will la adjourned session tonight
Redland District will hold 1U lint speak in Legion Park at I o'clock continue its tabor on the budget Today fend tomorrow are the pared the and two factor surveys Influencing will be com.the

meeting tonight In the Redland tomorrow night under the auspicesof headquarters I last 'day* oft which persona Mia* coat of potato production will be
the Homestead campaign -
District Chamber at Commerce register and pay poll taxes to noted.
of the Dada CountyDemocratic DANCE FOR POOL vote In the (I general erection DM
building. 'I executive committee.He November 1. Immediately north of the Blue
Meeting with the committee will will be Introduced: by Acting The Hutchinson packing house" la
BENEFIT SLATED Voter may register at the Homestead i Goose packing house at Could,
Mayor Tom Harris. In the event : on
be J. D. Redd, representing the I
hall the Florida
city or
I of rain, the speaking will take the west tide of the F. t C track*.
board. and a representative -
planning 'place In the Neva King Cooper town hail according to their placeof 1 Indications are that potato planting -
of O. A. Bandqulst of Miami, SATURDAY NIGHT
residence, but poll taxes must
School auditorium. \Jll get well Under way within
district director cf the Works I II
be paid at the office I of the countytax the next two weeks.
Progress Administration.. Mr. Mr. Wilcox la expected to re*I' More than
I I collector In the court house In ventytflve carloads
I Sandqulst and George Merrick, view, among other thing, his efforts Biff: Crowd at Country, Miami. have arrived in of the seed districtand .potatoes -
the board In behalf of a tariff to
chairman planning protect Only those who have
Club Event Indicated i never registered more are on the Land M
will be unable to attend till meeting agricultural product of this before for general election
a -
because of previous engage- section: against the unfair competition I by Advance Sales in the precinct In which they now Instance being, on plowed high land and in near- few-the

menta. of foreign grown products now reside need register for the head Ot the
i Mowry street anal,
produced with 25-cent-a-day labor. The swimming pool benefit
The committee memben, selected I November election. Biennial rtreglstritlon some small phihtlhg has been done.
by County Commissioner H. L. ;r danc' sponsorship of which fell required of primary Potato acreage already plannedfor
of alt Arrangement have been made to the Homestead Rotary Club as I not
Cook a* representative sections voter neeeiaary for votingIn this year I 11 estimated at A.500,
of the district, art: T. E. Kir by Democratic campaign h..d-I I the permit for losing the three-I general electionsREDLAND but it U probable that this figure
by L. L. Chandler, James Sottlle quarters here to follow the congressional I game diamond ball aeries with the i will be greatly Increased, County
J. R. Hickson. Frank B. Rue, Paul candidate' speech with I Redland District Mom Club, will' Agent Steftanl) said this wvck.
1.1 Haley. J. R. Brooks, Wm. J. Ge- a radio reception at the park of an I I be given at the Homestead Country HAS ALL There I* no government sponsored

ronlmo. E. A. Carter,A. R.Livingston address which will be MadebyPresident I Club tomorrow hlgat restriction on the amount of ,;cre.
Frank L. Skill R. K. Graham, Roosevelt over a national All l money over and above expenses this year
and Ben Archer. They were notified hook-up at 0 o'clock, Wm. J. Ge- I will go into a fund toward DAY SCHOOL BOY age'Followln.
of their appointment and tonight's ronimo, In charge of the bead- meeting the city's share of the proposed I a recent meeting ot
meeting In I letter gotten quarters laid yesterday WPA project for repair of potato grower and shipper with
cut by the chamber of commerce it The local Democratic headquarters I the pool w that It will hold water TRAFFICPATROL representative! of the General Air
Conditioning Co, In .
the F C.Peters
I of the
and resist
\ Mr. Cook's requestAll ,'opened Monday in the Caves upward pressure
packing house at Gould,
table In the season.
project for the WPA lx- building, I 11 attractively arrayedin water rainy Instructed;
b must be submittedby bunting and present an invitIng -I W. t RhPlle,. chairman of the Scout, by In- extensive studies In air drying of
year before
potatoes they
are packedare
dance said
November IS. and the planning aspect. Co-operating with spector Parks to get
i sales of ticket had being made. The Peter Co.
i board believes the advisory committees Mr. Geronlmo who te also Florida pre I'already advance been sufficient\ to cover 1 Belt, BadgesPatrol hope to have en experimental
art necessary to get a comprehensive tint eommltteeman from drying Machine installed within
i picture ot the needs City Precinct 13, are T. t.: Klrby, expense and every ticket sold Of the Redland School the next thirty day for teatingHirposes.
from then on would mean one moredollar
and desires of their respective sections president of the South Dade Demo ground by Redland Boy Scout, .
of the county Mr. :Redd said cratle Clubj K. CChronlster, precinct A popular for the Miami pool orchestra Will began Tuesday following an Instruction -
4 last night committeemaa from: Home*
begin playing for the dancer at drill given Monday by $25 of 30 Days Sentence
The planning board' proposed stead and publicity chairman tot King W. Park, state highway; p.-
} projects for a road U be built an South Dade and Mrs. Wm J., 9 o'clock and"Home Sweet Home" trolman. Given Reckless Driver
win not be played until 1:30.
a water control dyke along the Bradley, precinct committeewoman The patrol will be In effect every -
t South Dade shore of Biscayne Bay, from Homestead. hour of the school day to prevent Albert Jackson, Miami negro,
extending to the northern keys Lantern Slide Topic I* the promiscuous driving throughthe who wag caught by State Road Patrolman -

tJ by meant of a causeway from Ar- THI WIATDE Famous Gardens of U.S. ground by motorist who hare King W. Park and Constable -
enicker Keys to Old Rhodes Key' no specific business at the school J. M. Scarborough on the
tt will be outlined by Mr. Redd at tafcfel_hn l**...W MM l.ttM h>lIUUW. Homestead resident who an In- but Just "cut through" bemuse Dixie Highway near Ptrrlne about
tile meeting tonight Mr. Redd maser ee BOBMMM4. SIMM terested home beautification are there are good driveway aroundthe 2 a. m. Monday pleaded guilty to
will tell also of a plan be his suggested -! Dale !i'dais'llmal) IUr.| Rain I Invited to the itercoptloon lecture, campus. The boy will serve< I Ia reckless driving before Judge
for creating a bathing beach Oct. t _.,, t3 / 71 |2f.13 .11 "M' toHn. to America' FamousGardens their "vacant period occur. I Warn* Allen of the court oi Crime
t oa the bay short east of Homestead -, Oct. 1 _. _' PO 72 |21.1. .04 which will be given nt The Redland patrol member In Miami and wu given a aen-
and Florida City and Of Oct. 4 | 18 1 1'12IOcLS I I o'clock Tuesday evening In the will be furnished with belts andbadge tence of $23 tine or thirty day IN
other proposed project for park 1 | t0 I Ti U" .41 agriculture room of Homestead I next week r:1 JAIL Jackson previously bad plead4 -
and beautification which he wishes I I Oct I I IT I 71 }2..7 .02 High School by Ceo. N. Wakefield -, donated by a friend : I guilty In a preliminary in wing
submit to the committee for endorsement Oct. 7I | MlM 1 n In.n M vocational agriculture teacher Park who wishes to remain unknown -I before Justice of the Peaty Sid L
or amendment 'I tOct. I. I 73 [29.M leil 1 I j I to the public. !I I Kendrick ot homestead

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Page Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, October 9.19d6Season ;

I the big In the keymen attack 1 Talks fire protection, fencing, lay-out of
fun George Cooper 'I
Summary : HIGH BUSINESS | building ter Routing tool and
getting two singles. a double On Jamaica to Lions
equipment and forest
a nuraery
and a triple while holding the
Shows Leaders in i I Rote sluggers to three hits one a ETHICS ROTARFS j The ranger work covers a two-

Diamond Ball Here double by Webb. Rotary shortstop | I II I A talk -Jamaica 'was given year course with an eight-week
Nelson. Rote pitcher, was nicked by George Cooper at the meeting I summer camp. The course is
of the lion Club of the Redland directed by Prof. Harold S. New-
fOr 11 hft*. (i
S Charles Sullivan of Clonlnger The i:I II III I In Silver Palm Tuesday night "Mr |lint, head of the department and
Wednesday night
Picking Co 'was the hading hitter I tween the two team wa I:1: I Cooper recently made I business,, taught by Percy W. Prater andJames

In the A league In the diamond ball out so the next came will be Pla.1 I Members Expected to Live trip to Jamaica. The scheduled W. Miller graduate fellows
HI" speaker J. K. Dora 1 I who have Just begun work In
season jut past average wu ed Monday night and a Ideals TheirVocations wa unable to
I in
be the department Frater ia a graduate -
.438 Barrow ot Brooker Lumber) will be played I prevent I
Co. 'was second with 419 Barrow necesaary. WednesI I, A three minute talk on the Lion of Yale Forestry School and
day barring rain.
however led In the number of, Conititutlon was given by George I. Miller of North Carolina State Col '
I I .
hits 27 In run. 31, and In triple,, While Rotary club are never I D. Reuhla. Two solos were lung lege.

7 Thomas also of Brooker bill F.P.<OGIVEHOME i loathe to shoulder their share of by. Mr*. Wm. Munelwhite with
the moat doublet, t. Clonlnger of j jClonlnger ,i general community work Uaelrprlmol'1 piano accompaniment by Mr. LEGAL NOTICESORDER

Picking Co, led In home purpose I II tea stimulate I Joseph Elder. :I mm 1I1.'A"01lli
run with 4. Gene Campbell of I| MAKERS'PARTY their i the Clirrit. IMM.. Rl..16 ,.......
member to continue and Improve
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W. Co. and Barrow hit
D. Home
their own high standards of I I First Forest Ranger ('M. N*. 44IM.
three homers each to tie for second ', FRANK PUGUA, Pl.lntlff. M fLOR.IKCK .
ClonIfinger I TODAYPrizes ,conduct in their personal business School Now Under Way' PUGLIA, Drfmdunt 1>1.......
place la that department
life and to work for the Improvement It MWMrtiur br affidavit. appended I*
and Campbell stole the mott of the standards of I u.. kill filed In th"Alxated MUM, that.
bases, two each, and Robert Rob-' I i'in i their Qilneivllle Oct S-The first URENCC PUGLIA_, the Dot_..
vocation laid -rwIdotte of
generally, Utmta teamed U a the
rer of Clonlnger made the mosterror. \ to Be Given at Dem-:.: Dr. H. S. Wolfe In announcing to school for forest ranger in the | sate III Klortita >iul kw mfcteiw u u..

19. I onstration in Redland the Homestead Rotary Club Wed- department of forestry at the sate known.:f that norlite.then Mw k Service no bens of ....hi.....the..
In the B league Harold Russell University of Florida College of upon whoa wand bad each Defendant .o4
of Tavern Store was the leading This Afternoon 'I neiday a series of program to be Agriculture I Is now under way, that .... kl over the u> of twntjMm.It .
I presented by vocational service I _no k Ownfm oMwW thee MMmr
hitter with .39. average.Coalman i I i teethe of which he I* with eight ranger enrolled. The ....._......, Dot...... be ... .... Is
of hit J55. and Pinder ofTlvernl.r students are taking courses In required to appear to the Bill .fCotnpUInt
The Florida Power and Light chairman.: TIM. .. saw oiiiw ... or krfor.Moiubr .
+ bit .853Sylvealer i chemistry and mathematics on the the lad day of 11_..... A. D. 1
of Tavernler and Ml*.I Company. will give a home maker;I I Rotary I* primarily an organization university campus, but doing moat j. ..... "' ......... the .11..._ ., ..M kill ;
I party In the clubhouse of the Woman -, of business and professionalmen will k* takes M _f. M4 kr told. IMfm4"ll +
of Burton'f hit five double of their required work In
tretta ,, Club of the Redland at. chejen one man only from .
each to lead that department An 1:30: o'clock today at 'which Mist I any one line of business or profetilon. sity Forest, eight published fa furtlwr...:trtmf s w._ that for four Ikto mhr__k oj.* :

,1 demon of Rotary hit four triple Teresa Ericson of Coral Cables,I and the Rotartani greatest Gainesville unlver-I tire ..-.. l.. Th ....rki .1'':.......'" .. ..
Hlckon and Finder each In this demonstration publiphd. NN c.a.t.i.
I Rotary i home nutritionist, will demon-I opportunity I* to serve through hU .tpapse .
hit four home to tie foe the which was donated to the ..
run i strate the use of electric vocation Dr. Wolf laid. ibis Roth e low J
lead. McMichael of Burton was ment this summer by the State L"6.f4JHct : .
prizes and I grand prize i The Rotary Club ha a responsibility Cerl.fcleralt -
j the leading baw stealer with two 'will be given. for teeing things accomplished Forest Service, the'proapec:1iVl: I I Court seal I .. .
stolen sacks to his credit HarveyRue ranger are developing forest CA71R a CARR, a, s: hwaolktt.n .," .
An exhibit of small electrical! In the community,'' he said for ..."11" Depute, Cleats
Burton' mad the most management plant in naval atom, .
of error fL'. i4 ,. t6..1
'but I II
Rotary Judged finally by
14.The .appliances from the Redland Appliance xa
*. Company, the former the vocational prictioe.ol BoUriant. .-
luminary ilk Homestead None Shop will be The tint reiponiiblllty of

HORNE ab a\ a b h r b pat.O. I I displayed In a booth at the party every Rotarian It to conduct hill HOMESTEAD HARDWARE CO..

.. Campbell 6414114131192.Ma t Mrs. Tracy Chlnnen, proprietor business affair honestly a* efficiently

.wkth.e let.. n111 uNn1i.lsat, 611116174N.bbe !;of the chop will be represented I a* possible and ai Profltabl'l GENERAL HARDWARE '

..1111.1..1.,1R. by Mrs. H. W. Aahb,. I a* poulble He must
Campbell II 11 I' 9 1 0 0 e ... i high business standards; he musts I Phone 516-M 0 's Homestead, Fla.
F..to: is le II e I a s
Mohr a II I e s t. ae live and practice them. I
lsh. .1 $230 in Personal Effects

VI 1 ..nln.. sb r a. b r b Stolen at Barber Home,
Vn11ran' 40 11.1 1 4 2 1 e.ass .
Tuner ,1 1 1 .
: nm I
F. h \0 4 17 I I1 :
n. I A ruby ring, a radio R trunk.
( 'L.lnarr. a3 10 19 8 a .
t: 14...r.. 64 21 I' I. one 198M..on bed and table linen. .IIMT\\' ireMIgig "
0 I ..177tm.eh I I I I' ( I
41 1 1 I 1 /
24 1 : a 0 I 0 ..984arv.nt and other articles valued 1I

l'M.hIK Rehm. :: r: ::1.1 : : it ; :1 1R at home IWO of MA ware and, Mrs.itpteo H. Barber from the on

Im'"... I' 4 6 4 t e ... Went Avocedp fieU 'between II
!lion nhlln 98. 7 1 I a. l .,
.1 a: m. and 3pm. Trlda). oC',trd-
s I h ing to Mrs Barber who Mild that
t:III'I.OII .1 r A. b b r b "" she was it the home of u neighbor I s 1 1 ,
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4 r a C........ II I 6 71 I 040.210 1ltlnrr I Mrs J. L. Ballard during tha:

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rev ham .t71Vlhk. I Most of the clothing the radi, .(
17 0 1 4 a a 1 a 111l1
__ and trunk belonging to Mr and
I Mrs. Barber' Harold of !
ROTARY atr b. b b r b pct.G. ton i

'+. :nn: : : n : .Wxrk I sas City who I II visiting them I
/ = :art ,I Constable J. M. Scarborough Is :.

a.,11.atn..re Died n :: j !10 t 1 H ; Investigating. I,I

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Ard.r..... 7f I4 II 7 t a 0 e J/4 All You Want I '1
IMO" It 4 2 0 0. 0 0 .114 :
H.J..n II 7 0 41000.211
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to Eat
,= Mere atR a. ILJ : 4k N:At; 50c

W. P1n4v 71 a II .. a0aI.14 I IM.I.
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Mr IC-I. r 2 M I IMO.1 'On fatally style Weak are
II 141146 1 1 too .474 1V I !
Albert' t 'o 0 smiG I served with bom folks especialIj -
:: .H :
L... 1ta0,045ayl..r : !
All 6el6./s1 In mind.
ila.l.le Il 'U I' 1"2. JI4Robertu .
TI If II e 1 I 0 ..198lIa. I IlIt1ItTflM' Tea I
serve yourself frem Ir

.: :b p le b. t nut I heaped .p platter ef meat ands I

el 06.4"u :aNsslafeal.III!1 la t t/ 0 :.tt4Mhar.tu I generous variety ef vegetables,

Little 441408 $6086204M.leala evoked geed old southern itjrl*.

N. 'R.. tl, I 4. ,:16:662"T 2154: I : ::; ,I Dessert Bad Iced tea er cattle SEE YOUR FORD DEALER IN OctoberHere

:=' :: ; /11001t /! err loathing extra

M. aiJap 11 Ill i 1 1 1 .IllMcMai.1 I* your chance to a fine need truck
:: It It 7. : 111.6Q : I get or or -any make

[ .11-aldop n II 11 t I'I II sels0.1M. 0 e 'N Ii' Chicken Dinner $1.00 or model- t the special price of the Nation-Wide Cord: Dealer

...lIto.... n_ !_ I area I II. .October Clearance Sale.

twallORRa I SEMINOLE HOTEL You owe it to yourself to the
.. r b b b t b pal tee amazing value your Ford
-- .. 17 4 1 10.411 I Sealer i* offering during this October
67 14 21 4 7 1 1 l J,4 : great tale. Come
:::: KnM ItsleJobpSe : 'I DINING ROOMMrs. early and Remember
pick. that
get R &
your G
?kw H 14 n 4 4 1 0 1 .sa6 1wr. every used ear and

., ... 41 4Is1altseJNl 4It 71011 Ise I IU Grate{.ia. .., rreprktorDCMOeKATIC truck ia backed by an absolute money-back guarantee-and the only

o. a.11M.rmt.b :: : : 11 : gr.: : I.I place yon can gel a R &: G used car or truck i* from your ,Ford

=1' : .e ; ease : 141 I: dealer. Your present ear may more than cover the down-payment.
11 11e 01-1&16 '
BMW II 1 t a t : Lowest
I' FaMSIDCNTlAL prices, easy term. Don't miss this Nationwide October

Tavern Store Wins ELECTORS Clearance Sale of Ford Dealers' Ueed Cars and Truck You will

The DenMcralle prcaldenUalelccler save money and get a genuine bargain in fine! used. car or truck if .

First of Play-off are yon will see your Ford dealer today.

R Games With Rotes rYed'Aadrew W. r. (BIU>*Arnold

Erie B.

Tavern Store-walloped the Rotary Mr*. Oearr-o-. 4

sJub diamond ball team, 11-J Wallace. Keith I II A WRITTEN

Monday night on the local diamond I Lloyd t Mertaa I MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE ".
i. J. rsrrlik Jr.
In the tint game of the three
fame play-off for the championship I The names ., the Republican I WITH EVERY f

of the B feasue The Role eleeUr begin with A'.ad the : '
won the first half and Tavern aiM* *4 three Deoicrratie electin R&G USED CAR OR TRUCK

Store won the aacood half of the begin with A-.Aao>e..i, Ar- .
said and Askew ,
spilt season schedule.Roberts ,

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Friday, October 9,1936 THE LEADER ENTE PRISE ____ I-ai a Three

Oct. 11 Is Go-to-Church SundayIn with 18 banck of maah and 20 gallons .1 i i R. D. 1. A. to Hold Season's "unuaual ImjporUnoe, involving a
I I of "shine" nearby. 1 First problem which compels the immediate -
Meeting Monday attention of all our po<>-
Churches of Redland The second still a SO-gelton outfit I pto.
was taken by Mr. $(oarborou.bII..t The first meeting of the Redland
I said at liberty
I District They they were not -
Next Sunday has been designated N. Dakota Seed Official night seven miles northeast I since last Improvement January will Association be held In: to divulge the nature of the
Homestead. It had only four I question to be diacueeed, but it was
Go-to-Church Sunday in all I .Arrives for Work Here I the Redland High School auditorium -
the churches of the Redland DIs- / of mash and no whiskey. Monday at I p. m. said that Mr. Lorkyear1 message
I would be of Interest to all who are
not In operation. ,I Wm. M. Johnston announcedthat y
Assigned to aid South Dade I i I interested in good government I
"You are Invited to attend !Farms Inc., and Its clients In I 1 I In accordance with requirements I a detailed report of the Red-
church service next Sunday," : working out potato seed problem,I I the constable destroyed the land Tropical Fair sponsored by
James Weston of the teed certification "pots", the barrels of main and the association In January, will Charter MembershipRoll
president department of the North the liquor and brought the be made at the meeting. Hollis Closed by Club
Ministerial Association In an- rived In Homestead Monday ac- "worms" of the stills to present Reinhardt, president of the CoralGables
aounclng the event, "and we extend Dakota seed potato commission ar- as evidence to the sheriffs office. Chamber of Commerce, la 1 Augustus Wynn was placed on
J, our Invitation without any companied by Mrs. Weston. They scheduled as the guest speaker, and the charter membership roll of the
apologies and without any trace have rented an apartment in the Redland Band MembersGet members of the Riverside (Miami) Redland District Amateur Radio
of wheedling or Coaxing. We residence of Mr. and Mrs Given Improvement Association will take Club at Its meeting Monday night
1 tend It earnestly and ex-I Victor on North Krome avenue. N. Y. A. InstructionAbout part In the program. In the temporary clubrooms In
because we believe the chu I Mr. Weston will Inspect all seed "Refreshments will be served the swimming pool rooms. OpenIngs -
message If something which your J potatoes received by South Dade! twenty members of the and everybody Is invited," Mr. for charter member, dosed
absolutely need. We believe that 'Farms clients from North Dakota. I Redland School band will go to Johnston said. and new members will now have
l' most of the antagonism and Indifference i In co-operation with the company I the University of Miami in Coral to pay small Initiation fee
towards the church are and its tenant growers he will Cables tomorrow to begin taking j I I Local Club to HearTownsend Present were Elbert Froscher
J due to Ignorance of the church's plant 33 acres of experimental Instruction from a group of Organizer Earl Field. Harold and Irving
t( principles or to a hazy and biased plots for variety tests. I teen university students who aix-I I I I Lyon Billy Arthur. Charles Clinton
I conception of these principles. working under the National Youth M. H. Lockyear organiser of Robert Gauzrns Anton Wald-
"There are certain personal Two Moonshine Stills Administration their college In conjunction with I I Townsend clubs for the Miami I In, Jr, and Mr Wynn.HOMESTEAD .
problems which you dare not leave courses. area, will address the Homestead
unsolved. There are certain Taken by ScarboroughTwo Though the lessons will be together I Townsend Club Sunday at 2:30 p. I:
'j questions which you dare not leave with students from several m In the Neva King Cooper School ,i BOMEUUNDRY
unanswered. You have an Im- moonshine stills were captured Miami Junior high schools, Red- auditorium. Dr. F p. Archer, :I
mortal soul and YOU dare not I by Constable J. M. Scarborough land will have for the most part president of the recently formed ,
trifle with the eternal Issues. which yesterday. One In the individual instruction as the other association of Townsend club '
'possession Involves. We boldly Highland section seven miles, schools do not have the varietyof presidents for Dade County, will
assert that the bragging assertions southwest of Homestead was in Instruments possessed by the accompany Mr. Lockyear and ,1 115 s. W. 2nd ST.
of bur materialistic age have operation when he raided It yesterday Redland school. speak at the meeting also. :
" NOT solved the spiritual problems I afternoon, and a negro attendant Miss Rebecca Fisher, music Instructor "All Townsend members and MRS. ALICE KEITT, PROP.
. of man. We claim that the gospel escaped to the Everglades.A at the Redland school an- friends of the movement are urgedto '
of Jesus Christ Is still necessaryULtI I ladder leaning against a shack nounced that the band will play attend the meeting Sunday afternoon Cash and Carry Prices
:: !a .tway the barrier of sin i near the outfit Indicated the man- several numbers during the Dade ," IIld,T. D. Piche, president
which separates us from a blessed ner In which he had forewarned County Parent-Teacher Association of the local club. J. E. McCauley Majrtag Appliance Thro.iho.t
) believe that you as I himself, of the officer's approach.The council meeting In Redland Townsend director for South
tan individual can find peace of I still was a 100-gallon outfit i I Oct. 28. Dade said that the occasion Is of
heart only at the cross of Calvary. ------- -
" ire you going? On what will !
. you .bast your dependence before.
the throne of Cod

"We Invite you to come and attend -

"" tftig.ou Jo-your Invitation sours with need.deep We concern ex-- A Drought-Ravished Nation Challenges i iII

s for your welfare You can-
nof five happily nor die peacefullx -

church without; Therefore the message we earneatl7ajmova..l of the I

;/' su i" go to .church ties] the Farmers of South FloridaCan

Norge Shop Becomes : -

JlledUnd Appliance Co.1ttTraey =-- =--

.help Homestead; Chlnners;Norge Shop has moved from Florida supply the country's needs for vegetables?

f|'avenue the Collin to more building spacious at 99 N.quarters Krome This question, raised whenever we seek tariff for protec- _

"in the Caves building a block tion of winter will be answered
farther north and has changed Its grown crops, one way or

name pany. to In Redland addition Appliance to Norge products Com-- the other this season. A drought-ridden nation will need =

" she will now handle a full everything we can raise. _
line of Stewart-Warner radios and _
:refrigerators, and a full line of / 3
small appliances.Mrs. .

several. Chlnners days before who the had moving.been 111 Let us show the world that we can meet the emergency. Let _

suffered taken to a the relapse University Sunday and hospital was ., us prove that the imported agricultural products upon -

undergo in Coral a Cables tonsil where operation she will the which we ask a competitive tariff, are not needed to supply =

. last of this week. the abnormal demand that will prevail.
During her absence H. W. Ashbyof a I
Coral Gables will be In charge
of the shop
t 1 We can do it if we will-to our own good profit, too. In addition
Boss (interviewing applicant
"You understand double entry?" we can have the satisfaction of having performed a =
Applicant: "Rather sir. In my -
last place they had triple entry- patriotic service to a country whose stores of foodstuffs
one book for the boss, one for the
shareholders and one for the Income have been left unreplenished because of one of the worst !t

LEGAL Tax Department.-Ex.NOTICESIn I droughts in history.We I I

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L'r.B 1<.'.-1.JEFFREY'.tlmH. In r..III.md_and I.. far M D.*.REDD D-4.IM-C.C_"'.',',''. will be glad to show you over our 25 square miles of

I .tiff.IIORTOArE-II. ...YO Mf.ndanr.COMPANY.HOMESTEAD: a FIorI Down_ cow a i I farming land in South Dade and assist you in every way -

NOTICE to kmkr TO ei..a CREDrMR5NatM tint utar Ml i possible in starting and carrying on operations.
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Pare Four THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Friday October 9.1936

\ THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Churches of Nation Observe Week !I power la Just If greet Then why I Ing acts. When using this material
not avail ors vs. of the ounce of which I* rlghly Inflamjiwbk, theglower

1 PabUahed Friday at nowlead. *-I Of National Religious EducationBy I prevention pow and save the poundof should punch a hole in
( Ha., br the Booth Dade I cure lateft I the middle of the ant nest and pour

Publishing Co. -- Bring the child and youth to from one to six tablespoonfuls* of
A. A. KeestHiieNational ;;Christ; : "Suffer the little child* the church 'school: and the services carbon bisulphide Intot the

BEN ARCHER 0__ ._..____EtfHorEntered Religious Education ren to come unto me. and forbid I Of Ood't houto Nor I* this MIL dosage depending on the size of
I Week. Does this mean anythingto them not: for of such I II the kingdom The Item environment the home the oet Carbon bisulphide

w ascend flat mall you? Are you truly interested of God. Jesus not only training and the family altar are fume are heavier than air and
aaallcr MarchR 1911. *l the pod I In the welfare of youth What are want you to come to HI house I needful The home I* a most sacred have a tendency to penetrate galleries -

HIM at Jlo_..... Florida, Bator you doing In helping youth to help but He would like to have :you I Institution of God and when of the nest. The hole for

; the M| ef Marc I. 151$. Itself? Throughout the nation Jut bring your children with you. lie w* neglect our childrenthere pouring In the chemical compound
..... week and this week are designated will Just a* truly" bless the childrenof for business pleasure or society should be six Inches deep In a

SUB. rRICE.: $2.99 A TEAR period for special siren on religious I today who eome to His house I w* are endangering their small nest and II foot deep In a
education. *,nd do His service a* those who I souls. Be sure that while we a* large one
The church school I* the greatest were brought to Him nineteen bun. parents are thus sleeping the enemy A* all the ants probably will not
Al Smith Departs character building agency In dyed year ago and wilt strengthen : i* sowing evil tare in this precious be killed In the first treatment another -
the nation The church school Is and help them to love and serveHim. i harvest field. treatment should be given
Al Smith at bet ba done what
a product of the church. The contribution to smaller nest that are made
eV4'rYbod1lWdiotItd he would do What Is your to the
type of the church ef tomorrow it There I* much in child nature
? one
He ills bolted bit party' ticket childhood and youth near the original
determined by what is Instilled that I* noble, beautiful and true
and culled for the election of a Encourage youth by example Double treatment of the oil
into heart and live of boy and notwithstanding fact of
Republican president 01'1'1"1 at well m precept-attend the with sodium cyanide and ammo
girl today What.. you contributing nal sin, and the gospel 1* the church school and church service nium sulphate recommended for
Decent respect for the opinionof .
thing that can preserve the Youth it watching and following.Kill na
control will also meseedbed
hone million whom he: leav I I A man once old, "We shall nev- Innocence virtue and trust beautr'l _____ I root-knpt ofants, Entomologist
naturally required Al make
er wander from Christ while we child and prevent the
known the reasons that Impelledhim I make character the end and aim seeds of sin from bearing fruit in Ants in Seedbeds Watson sayt. ;

to the separation lie did I of our Intellectual discipline I and it* life I Advise, Entomologist I

not discuss very much of anything, we shall never misconceive character The gospel I II God't power unto 'i TO KILL BAGWOBMS
indeed except Al Smith I while hold fast Gainesville Fla. Oct. t A*
we to Christ salvation and no one will question i I "Platter bagwonru" (Tireola
Seriously, with a complete absence 'keep Him first In our motto and for a moment its transforming{ Florida truck grower are now I I I uterella) are quite destructive to 'I
of Unit sense of humor that our heart" power to change the life of sin to planting their seedbeds for fall i woolen good especially rug*. '
once characterised him he offered Think of those beautiful word a life of godliness, but It* saving I and winter crop, J. R. Watson I' Dusting pyrethrum powder under 1

.i. proof ot his assertion that the state experiment station entomologist I' rug it the most effective way of i
New seat It not Democratic the '-" I I offer them timely I getting rid ot these pest t

6 fad that he had never been called FROM: OUR MAIL BOX I pointer on protecting their seed

e to the White House for advice-( from ant*. Dry Shortage 1
which, he laid, he was always .--11 ."'.. ," Mr. Watson suggest destroying "There was one thing against
{ :
) ready V> give It wa sorry exhibition TITG' LSDm.TG *U ant Basis within TS feet of their prohibition." I

L of a great man gone sour TAUTire-1 seedbeds, a* the Insecttt will not What was that?"

j If he felt he had to part with COMPLIMENTS often travel. farther than this to "It made; a scarcity of wather.women .
Roosevelt It was his right even get aeed. He point out that ants ,"-Ex,
t i his duty, to dq II814' his "close Editor Leader-Enterprise: your eye*.* That la it in a nut are particularly fond of lettuce Ci:

i peisonal friends," at least should When the writer first began goIng shell. And these, my women and romaine seed and that they Bllgewater "I hear :you entourage .

have lived him from making pub- to Homestead In 1819, he slowly friends, have caught it, There Is will eat many other kinds. your ton to send his poetryto
Ito: the nature of his reason for became aware of a remarkable satisfaction In cracking nut when Protective measure should betaken the magazine Do you want ..
I doing It They helped him town -what halt I call It? Dispensation one can take out plump kernel before the bed I* planted, him to become a poet?" .

\'k the reputation of a once ? Yes that is the word a new like this for answers the entomologist explains Carbon Slumgullion: "No, I merely want

great. man. Smith, silent, could dispensation of womankind All Holllster Sage, bisulphide he say, I* probablythe him to get the conceit knocked
"II hau kept the respect of million of them were above fifty years of North Woodbury, Conn. handiest material for controll-I{i out of him."-Ex.

of American Smith, peaking, age some were bent tome with silvery -
lout It. hair, all showing the dignity

Meanwhile in Pittaburg President which burden bearing and responsibility fLO tIDAk' t '* *Mo m
Roosevelt bring but all without exception ,
wa winning tlll RAMP
alert sprightly, InterestIng
further the -
respect of the American -
and good company. All met
people by asking, Smith
y one and another, until I had bet
used to ask that
they "Wok at the
record and come acquainted wltb half a hun'9
spreading therecord
dred I
of the past three yean before Ihl'm'or them. Increasingly
t'xamlnatloni-New York
Tf li'gram. World Most of them had their halt.bOU'j +
I bed and wore bright-colored ,
and some of them even ifOttYsTl .' a 1 I1isbM

New York Hurricane I little rouge bless them.

Now when I wa a boy, roost el
While none of them took the these dame were sitting in Boston I s11't. #

advantage to do so, Florida, editor rocker with\ knitting needle la
mlKht have headlined the mld-Sep- their hand and white or black

temboi hurricane. the "New lace cap upon their, heads, and
.1 Yoi.k" hurricane or the "New Eng they seemed drawn away from the I 41

land hurricane with Just a* much world end taking no Interest In it
eel.a us northern editors have dls- Something Mice the men who used
pluved In the past In labeling to alt down at about 85 and call I

storms which have hit Florida ai themselves "old".
the "Florida" hurricane. 1 So I began to wonder. What

In fact the effect would have I made the difference? Was It Flor-
ida.* sunshine and that
been a lot more striking North peculiar
ern tonic In the Florida aIr' There
newspaper have had a
monopoly on this "Florida" i wasn't 9 stupid or uninteresting
i ; woman m the entire acquaintance
stuff for ,all. We; doubt
''I dldnt own It to my wife ot
there' Is any record: of a hurrI- I I
cane making up" in Florida They course but they; were a* fascinating : -
inv .irlably spring from tropical to me at If I had been a widow- I

waters mostly In the Caribbean er. They all could converse: connectedly

and there is just at much Justification and intelligently upon awide
j for calling the last big blow range of subjectmuch more
I a Carolina or a "New York" I so than young girls and:] all were ,

I hurricane as there .has been previously member of live organization of
one kind or another-mission circles [
t In giving! Florida this.
4 I doubtful honor. The point of woman clubs, garden club,I 1k

origin and not the point of attack Civic societies. Some write ev 1[ I tI
i should determine Its, nomencla* haustlve paper upon themes they !I
tore. and yet when storms hit ttudy Al) appear to be keeping,I
Florida even though they might up In a wonderful way with the i :
times by reading the dally papera//I
originate in Alaska, they were t.
i Florida hurricane and good book "How .. .I I
l Today I got my answer to the .
In any event there I It nothing
puzzling question While
frivolous about aruklad of hurrI- fPl .1
Anna Steese Richardson la Jtead.ef" .
cane, no matter what you call It.
Digest. I ran croat the following -
They are capricious and ;'
, daageN ; The great foe to comfortable I
1 ous visitation, and leave path of ,
and, happy old age, Is. selfish.
human and property wreckage Is neat. The woman who talk continuously ..
their wake. We'll forgive the t =t =
about her operation or /
northern gentlemen ot the t
pressthis the crick In her back It headed for
time, and we offer our sinceresympathy .
a lonely' fretful old age. I say to 0.- _O'O_ '
t to all those who have
I all women of fifty, begin now to _
# been plunged into distress but grow old gracefully. 6* your age. Hot a airs remnant.new of once numerous One el the aest l"tnrtU. taaecto el all{ that \
don't ever call these tropical *1* but dot let It rub the smile from docks, the th >.U. AMEXJCAH: SORKT bas been inhabit World .ta the FIRE or LUCK BEETLE =

turbancea Florida hurricane again. your Up not the laughter from rnUUatslj slaughtered fee the paltry' tvrn obtain** which emit light er late_ brilllaney Teem' two I

-Florid* Grower. I It. from ta* ale of IU graceful plan**. Sty and, spots en the .ppt* per boa ef It* W,. It ha* the :

LxplaiaedHwbsl1d difficult te bunt, except when protecting: their power also to control these light by extinguishing;

t. Florida hat more bald or American (reprovingly): "DaItP't Ialia& "' grtf were easy victims ef the plume them er of staking them fit MOT bright, eeeereiiiff

j eagle than any other state I bear you ten your friend that atutte. Who fu4 tt Very simple to hoot .p a to Its feacy. On dark Bights, the beauty aa4|

t says C Russell Mason, presidentof your pretty dress cam from rookery of 400 Betting bird during the tours daiillng effect of these light la truly % remark
, the Florid Audubon Society. abroad?" ef a few heir With the adult bird some, It wa able tlgW' The Inhabitant ef tropical countries i

He appeal for the conservationof Wife: -Not exactly: dear, You Ml hut before the defenseless young died .f often. keen Are beetle In small cages for the pare

this great bird. which Is the I :** If* last year's dress which I linger or the victim ef red ants. fish crow *t pot of Illumination ar to male use, of the Insert

n.tJonalemblem. and which I II protected turned Inside out. I limply" said make, and the scene lately so full of life and for perteiwl adornment Even the egg are Inmining !
bjr Jaw. .It*from the other tide.' "-E*. eolo vas tented te e...ef. 4o| tioa *n4 4tfc ,

I I I ,1111.1 : II t>t.. 1 nt"t' j I ,UuI'u'
.*s5Inesatt4'etasttatt4t4yanttst&.p: mgt .+quer. ril ''On nf I """lot"tsss __"' aastt.Kwtrnstra*


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Friday, October 9.1936 THE LF.AB9It11NT: '11PRISF Pin Fire
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U. & Insured Savings and Loan Shares OYSTERS COULD Control of Social! Diseases Would

Answer Investors' Demand for Safety,' BEVEARAROUNDFOODIN I Prevent Much Blindness and Insanity

Investor are rto longer-seeking! both principal and Interest.i : Jacksonville Fta., Oct ft--6od l -to ayvMHsj; M have been applied to <
FLORIDAJacksonville disease are vesting the people at tubewtfloate, for which the mortality
high return but assurance of I Under this plan, his cost over a
safety for their savings, such .( period of years I Ia materially reduced I Florida M well as other states hat been cut two-third In 1
that afforded by insurance of share 1 since Interest Is required I hundreds of thousand of dollar Sweden during the last decade so
accounts In federal savings and only Croon the unpaid balance,I citizens Oct. 8 Florida annually Dr. W. A MePhaul, much progress was made that
loan association, according to which U constantly decreasing. could safely eat oysters state health officer, declared here medical schools had difficulty
.*. a. Turner, secretary of the Another great advantage to prospective -! every day In the year and the:' yesterday.One finding cases to use In education."
oyster Industry operate 12 months
First Federal Savings and Loan home owners Is that service I "We can and must adopt IInopl'I
in producing: : the .ta,.'* famous out ot every 10 persons in
Association of Homestead Savings feel and Incidental costs have \ and progressive attitude toward -
has at
1 food for the United State syphilis
sea shipment in the opinion -
in such associations are Insured been reduced to a minimum. ] veneral disease control and
of bra A. 6. McCreary directorof some Hmo during his life, and the
j up to 3,000 per shareholder "Orowln, out of the economic the mobile health unit of the disease attacked and permanently prevention and we can support efforts -
through the Federal Savings and transition of the last four yean state board of health. I disabled more than half a million of the public health worker
in attacking these problems. This
Loan Insurance Corporation."It there I* now a safer Investment people In 1934 Dr. McFhaulsaid
"The old superstition that oysters must be done If we are to make
Is interesting to observe the for the saver and a more convenient record Show.
should be consumed during progress against theme dreaded diseases. -
d changed attitude of the average mortgage for the home owner. months in which the word "R' "It I* Impossible to establish ."
person toward Investment since Lower mortgage-loan rates have appeared has been blasted,'' Dr.McCrtal'1 what the savings in thousand and
the crash of 1920, and the subsequent naturally produced e better gradeof said. "The belief about hundred of thousand ot dollar
economic ," laid collateral m the hands of the Formula for Household
j upheaval the oyster I I. almlllar to that concerning would be to the taxpayers of the
Mr. Turner. "In predepresslontime association, so that the Federal the eating of fish and United States If the eases of blindness Spray Given by Station
the competition for savings Savings and Loan Insurance Cor milk at the same meal Both were I deformity, insanity and death
and Investment business was almost poratlon doe not hesitate to pro& true years ago but not today." caused by congenital syphilis and Gainesville, Oct. I-A satisfactory ,"
solely upon the basis of the tact Investor against tOIl up to gonorrhea were prevented," the I spray for control of household
returtt. The firm which offered $5,000 each In any such _n-man" A number of years ago It was i health officer declared. "The cost Insect, say the Florida Expert
I the highest yield obtained most of aged, solvent thrift institution. considered dangerous to eat oysters
of hospital for the blind, asylum ment Station may be made a*
I the business. When real estate "Federal savings end loan associations during warm weather because
for the mentally 111. prisons and follows Put one bound of finelyground
: value the of high have the advantage of mu- much lllnes wa traced directly
slumped, fallacy charity hospital maintained toCare pyrethrum into one gallon
I dividend rates Was exposed. Extreme tual ownership, a uniform plan ofoperation to their consumption. Milk and fish for thousand whose worthto : of kerosene. Allow thla to remain -
dividends to Investors were and supervision by a I also caused considerable Illness society la destroyed by syphilis undisturbed tot about three
To widen during the summer, he said.
possible only through mortgages governmental agency. I* alarmingly high" he said. : days Then filter the undlsaolved
the sources of the loanable funds McCreary blamed unsanitary I
bearing Interest so high that the residue by pouring the liquid
handling and "Some people say, 'It's Iud too
available the poor refrlgera-
average borrower, when even locally through two three thlcknessr
bad, but syphilis I* a problem W* or
.subscribe sharesIn : ion: for illness caused by
to coruump-
I authorized
became *
minor adversity struck him, of cheesecloth. A little oil of
have had and
always there is
a federal association to the ex- lon: ot oyster, fish and milk
his loan under
l deltqiient on wlntergreen will eliminate the
Under nothing we can do about it' But f
the burden. tent of three times the amount of such conditions any one ol kerosene odor.
private Investment, without preference the three foods would have made there ls something we can I
J: "Today the thrift and home-fl- as to dividend payment* OM sick, he said. about It. Other countries have 4
,,. I Dancing Institutions et the country: Today the state health depart. demonstrated that the mm meth. i READ THE WANT Ans8EAUTY
, art offering the home owner the ment and the United States Public ods bf prevention can be applied )
American Now
most favorable loan terms In the Mercury
Health Service make tegular test
history ot the mortgage business," In Pocket Size FormatNew of waters where oysters are obtained .
continued Mr Turner. i
the state department
"Interest rate are now within York, Oct. 8-The Increasing regulates dairies under strict sanitary -
teach of the average citizen who tempo of modern American law. hi addition most I /1
has never before had such oppor- life demands a compact, handy cities have ordinance which must l
tunity for home ownership. and convenient type of magazine, be complied with.
'j; "Federal savings and loan associations according to the editors of the While oyster are not healthy

besides making possible American Mercury, who are publishing luring the spawning season the
reasonably low interest rates, have their October Issue In a new flavor Is the tame, Dr. McCreary
!Adopted the direct-reduction plan pocket-size format and at the reL aid, and the danger of Infections
/ of mortgage repayment The borrower -
duced of
price twmitytflve cents.
ho stronger when they are obtained -
makes i fixed! monthly '
The old-taabloned'.1elallrel1., itahd- from clean water and
t comfareb*}. T say, la doomed to disappear front
Stat: ftliinlak Second In i American newsstands. td be replaced Not V.I

Cooperative Marketing : by lively, Up-to-the-mlnUte Small boy meet big boy returning -

OKJacksonville.,- ......:..... and easily-read lnal ailneil. The front a" fishing trip. The following -
tint Issue bf the fcfrrcury.; Which dialogue ensue:
r Oct. 4-Business of appeared twelve Fiats ago w.. In, Been fohia'T"
farmQH $a-operatIve fruit and Itself a revolution in the magazine ."Ve." $9iatfl
vegetable-association: in the 1935- field and was later widely Imitated. "Catch anythm'T" *1 MONK AbRAW4

38 mUi.etlnl."alOn: amounted to The editors how believe that: "Haven't been home yetfc-Ek. WNd rims
\ $212,000,000 which was a six percent they are \taking another revolutionary -
f; (fcjcreaae Over 1934-35, accordIng but necessary step forward.
I to!figure received here by Unique among American publications -
I' ;Walter-Hawkins, state director tot '
the Mercury favors no poUtitcal -
I the National Emergency Council, party, and never advances
from 1 -;)O-OJ? rlltive division of panaceas to cure the ills of humanity I
the Firm Credit Administration. It Is devoted solely to discovering -
j In Hollar volume of sates, Florida the truth about Important I
1 ranked second among the states questions of the day and to presenting I lEO
: with tbuamesscf $13,600,000. The that truth through the
j state Washington was third with writings of leading authors The
$11,000,000, followed by Colorado, Mercury doe believe ,in America I AND PROTECTION WITH

Oregif and Michigan In the orderlIamecr ahd the American system of government SWP HOUSE PAINT

j Over 'IM.OOO-California farmers was and first growers I and life. At a time when Means the bat In house lnti"-/OfIg/ life, economy.and all the
attacks on Americanism, are coming beauty America most famous hoUse paint li noted lor.1'\It4 you elf!
sqMli fruit and vegetables i
from eory.quAHer, the
magazine -
1 through Heotperatlve associationsin has been outstanding In Its General
the recent marketing tenon defense ot national traditions. I I With the. SherwIfl-WlllliM Budget P j compared to 188,000 In 1934-31 **month. Sea in about It hxfcy.
I The number! of association remained Political Nets |I Public Utilities
practically stationary at "So Shuttle has been elected to,, I'I'I A*lot elf aw Fell Pow Cotatoa
1063. Cooperative marketing of the Senate*" I I I
/ citrus fruit accounted for the largest "Yes, by a $800,000"majority.."- Homesteai phone MWK I.
(I I.I
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IlllllnllllllllnlllllUDlmunnllnnml! Homestead P.-T.. A. Room Mothers I Episcopal) Xuxiliarjr-'" torlan;; : Mr room*: Henry mother-'tarter, Mrs.; CarPer elementary j .

To Observe AnniversaryThe '
Annual Drive William; and high schoolroom
20 Years Ago Begin Membership mother Mr*. Cha OC"Tur:
Woman's Auxiliary of StJohn' ner; home economics and manual
Episcopal Church like all
I The Homestead P.-T. A. membership ninth Mrs. J. E. Close, Mr. training, Mrs. Walter Thompson;
other unit of the will
T. E. Klrb Auxiliary physical education, Mrs. J. M.
P III IIIIIIIIhIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIII! IIIIIII IIIIIIIII drive, conducted annually have corporate communion next
J|I by the room mother, began on Mrs. Carl Field' room tenth Friday In celebration of the sixty- Brown.
0 Tin MMwtaf r._ ....HMM of DM wo ....*-. verbatim IMf. Wednesday of this week after grade, Mn. Frank Rue, Mrs. J. R. fifth anniversary of the foundingof Mr*. Bond is vice-president;
_...... for the drive had been madeat H. Russell and
80"n" 11. ISIS, plant ; Dorsey.D. the order. The Homestead Mr* W. secretary;
... Smith ,.... a meeting of the executive com- E. Moomaw's room tenth will be held in the church service at Mrs. Wesley Campbell, treasurer.

oct 5. 1916 mittee and the room mothers I grade, Mrs. J. E. Gauzens, Mr*. 7a.m.
Monday afternoon Fred Redd.
The president, MM. J. W. English Mrs. Margaret Becker1 The Auxiliary of the Holy Cross
'T F Hunt of Chokoloskee : room
-- was has invited theHomestead
Church of Miami
has appointed Mn. C. T. Har- eleventh grade, Mn. J. H. Webster I
In Homestead Wednesday business
on -
Auxiliary to Its corporate WHY *
connected with the capture of per to serve M membership chair- : Mr*. E. J. Dyal, Mn. H. F.McDanleL .
communion service at 10 a.I
roan and Mr*. Ceo. M. Trick and
the bandit who robbed the Bank I I and to
m., to a pot luck luncheon
M.-t. E.: L. Lawrence to
serve ai
Mrs. Ruth Scott's room, twelfth
of Homestead. Mr. Hurst Is the : a program in the afternoon,
mother chairmen.In .
man who shot Frank Rice and will room !grade, Mn. A. F. Arthur, Mrs. I
An of the invi-
get a* a reward for the capture the elementary school, room Ceo. M. Frick. i announcement
about $850, from the following mother are selected by the teachers I At the meeting Monday Mn. J., tation was made last Friday afternoon Beans \
sources: 1230.00 offered by the ; in the junior and senior high R. Rutland, treasurer, reported: at a meeting held at the home Sprayed
bonding company; $1JO.OO by the school they Are elected by the pu- $255.37 In the cafeteria fund and, of Mrs. Lee H. Lehman. Mn. J. E. Will Give You
Gauzens led in the educationalstudy
$60.73 In the general fund. Mn.
tate and 1250.00 by Dade County."
pils.Room period and the Rev. Wm. C.
Steffanl Mn. J Tom Vann and
-"TThe sophomore English class mothers for this year are: Bl&er yields
Taylor conducted the devotional
Mn. S. L. West to
was entertained on Tuesday by Min Mary Jackson's room, first were appointed
buy two fan for the cafeteria. Mn. H. L. Cook, Mrs. J. A.
Hugh Johnson and Tom Graves grade, Mr Albert Hinman Mrs. Experience has demonstrated -
who brought their wireless to Paul Reynolds, Mrs. Claude Camp Mrs English reported that 200. Hooks, Mn. B. L. Blggen and Mn. that the average
school. 72 worth of work book had been Ceo N. Wakefield were appointedto acre of beans sprayed with

'There are 174 enrolled this year bell.Mrs.. Virginia Edwards' room brought from Miami to Homesteadand serve on a ways and mean committee Sulfocld will yield as large
in Homestead School" first and second grade, Mrs. J. W. I told to the primary pupils at to plan project for the a crop as two acre dusted ,
'Preparation are being made Martin, Mrs. Felix Bullard. a loss of $.72. There was no transportation year. with Sulfur, a* It give you '

for the opening of the Redland Mrs. Edna Thurman's room, expense. Included this, Present were: Mrs. Ruth L. more successive picking
Farm Life School on Monday, second grade, Mrs J. R. Rutland, she said.Mn. Scott, Mrs. Frank Hausman, Mrs. It you don't believe It-try
October 18. The faculty of the Mn. T. J. Faust. Frank Rue, Mn. Hubert Hooks, Mrs. Wakefield, Mr. Cook, itl I Then you'll realize that
school will be headed this season Miss Eula Ray's room third Nichols and Mn. T. E. KIrby were I Mn. W. J. Clark, Mrs. Gauzeru, no longer can you afford to

{ by Professor J. W. Asbury, formerly grade Mr*. B. E. Oatlln, Mrs. Lan- appointed to take charge of a tag Mn. Blggen, Min Carrie Belle seed, plant, cultivate, fertilize d
principal of the Coconut Grove don Carney. day for the high school library at' Caves, Miss Ellen Huff and Mr. and dust two acre to
public school. The other teachers the Nov.'3 election. I' Taylor. save the spraying with SuU"
Mrs. Hazel Flfleld's third
I are Miss Victoria Ingram, Miss and fourth grade, Mn.room Hubert Principal L. B. Sommen announced foclde on only one acre)
j Margaret Baker, Isadore Anderson, Redland P.-T. A. Head
1 Nichols, Mn. I* B. Danny that an school patron i Commence spraying with
James Howell, Miss Anetta S. Ma- Miss Francis Doney' room, will be requested to visit the Appoints Chairmen Sulfocide 1 to 200, just a*
lin. Miss Jessie McEnery, Miss Elsa
fourth grade, Mn. C. J. Parman, schools during American Education : your bean come through
Halnlln Miss Helen Rlchey and Mn. George Week in November. the ground. Keep new
i Miss Gladys Holbrook. The Red- Murray I Mn. C. E. Elchenbergcr, president -
land Farm Life School was not Mr*. Edna Bird' room, fifth Other committee chairmenwho of the Redland P.-T. A., announces growth covered and spray
grade, Mrs. T. J. Harris, Mrs. R. have been appointed by Mn. the appointment of the especially just after pick
finished In time for the '
English are: Mrs Lamar I Start spraying tomatoes .
Sept. 19 ". E. Asptey.Mn. program following committee chairmen who ing. your
Mary Webb' room, fifth Dickinson; welfare Mrs. E. J. will verve during the 1934-37 I peppers and eggplants
"Carl Deden took a Jolly partyIn and sixth grades, Mr W. E Rhen. Dyal; cafeteria, Mrs. J. Tom Vann; I term: In the seed bed.
f his Dodge car to Royal Palm finance, Mrs. Reynolds; hospitality,
Cafeteria, Mn. D. E. Bashor;
Hammock on Friday last composed rMn.. J. O. Wynn's room, sixth Wm. M. John Mrs. C. N. Walker welfare, Mr* J. M. Bonds; music, The best dealers In Florida
of the following: Mn. W. S. sell Sulfocide. It will pay
grade, Mn. H. C. Grave I II parliamentarian and Mrs. S. L.
Mn. Carl Llndgren hospitality,
Mrs J. F. Mn. I ; you to Insist on having It.
Jennings, Umphrey, Miss Aletha Bess Lub's room, West, song leader. school
Vlhlen high
loin Hugo ;
Ask for helpful leaflet,
E. C. Loveland and Surveyor
t Duncan,' seventh grade girls, Mrs. J. ". membership, Mrs. J. M. Bonds; "Sulfocide the Bean Spray".
Horton, Mn. Harry Pierce. "Dear Sir, Unless I elementary school membership,
-"O. L. Showalter of Felaemere, Miss Eleanor Haggard' room Actor (modestly, ): "As a matter Mn. Wm. Crow; library, Mrs. B. G. Pratt Company
St Lucia county, has moved Into seventh grade boys, loin C. H. of fact I have received letters Green Rives; program, Mrs. Eva

I the Williams,hollllt next to the Steffanl, Mn. Russell Anderson. from ladies in almost every place' Fletcher; grounds, Tom Torbert; M Church St, New YorkSULFOCIDE ,
I Enterprise office. :. Miss Eleanor Hayden'i room, In which I have appeared." Boy Scouts, Mn. Walter Thompson
--'J. F Umphrey the contractto eighth grade, Mn. P. B. Bird Mr. Manager: "Landladies Cornell -I, ; Girl Scouts, Mrs John Brown;
build the Royal Palm Park Ben Archer. Widow. i' publicity, Mrs. A. D. Fogle; hi- j
Lodge,a two and a half story frame Frank' A. Lucas' room, eighth
building to cost 4.000 . ". grade, Mrs. Ceo. A. West, Mn. O The Bean Spray ,
Mayor Forrest left on Tuesdayvia Charles Martin.E. .
Key West for his new home In B. Blackburn' room ninth You Insure Against Fire
Texas" (Fla. City). grade, Mrs W. K. Walton Mn. T. .
D. Piche.
Sept 28, 1916 \ I Mrs. Lol Johnson' room,
) ..why not insure your .
--"J.7. Free got beck last -
das carrying about 30 Robinson, Miss Hattie Ranols, Mill 'r riORDAi
Mon-I Haul Herbert, and Mr. N. N. Boze-
extrn flesh, excess baggage
a regular and ample diet of : more, Mr. Ronald Soper, Mr. Raymond SAVINGS?
k'l"hlcken. watermelons, Run, Mr. Albert Boze-
Mr. C. Robinson and Mrs.
had the
etc He reports having I
time of his life, and ls now ready I Jesse Soper. i
to buckle down to business. On "Charles P. Sheffield rlturnedSatlll'd. OF COURSE you want to protect your invest- T11p
from the coast
new Tuesday house he on moved the Dixie Into Highway his fine"I, where he baa been working with" ment in your home, against sudden loss f 1 C ''Ihtla
citrus canker force.
the Inspection through fire.
-"E. A. Froacher motored to Miami -
on Tuesday.
A marl'iage license was Issued BURIAL.STATES In Flogler Me- And you can now Insure your savings

September! 26th to Samuel McKln- morial Park, non-sectarian, and dollar you invest with us is automatically insure

stry and Elisabeth Virginia Cochran St Joseph's Memorial Park, up to I$5,000, by the Federal Savings & Loan In-
Catholic, Miami The only Catholic -
this Government Fri ;
surance Corporation. Through
"Henry Brooker was in receiptof eemllerylOuth of St.Augus lit
numerous congratulations last tine. Only park-like cemeteriesin corporation, more than a thousand strong and

Saturday, due to the arrival of a Southern Florida. No tombstones well-managed)) thrift associations, all across the
nine and a half pounder-the third no mound Just now we their shareholders
country, now protect througha
7 boy. Evidently Henry thinks trade In
are featuring any cemetery -
t three of a kind I* a hard hand to with which you are not entirely strong national insurance plan, under adequate

47 beat" satisfied. Our price most Federal supervision.The .
"Rev. W.J.Barton, of Cornelia, reasonable. Perpetual care. Representative stop et the
Ga.. ha been called to the pastorate In Homestead, Mrs. two things every prudent investor seeks

of the Homestead Baptist A. H. Lawrence at S. T. Matthew are now available here-reasonable Income, and :tlote1Patr1c4I
Church, has accepted and will en- '
residence. (p s 25)
ter on his duties Sunday, October real safety. 111 .. E. SECOND AVENUE'
I, "
-"Mr. Drake of the Drake Lum- All Outside Roomswith

(ber Princeton Ok, Lon) .a trip to New York. Let Us First Federal Savings & Loan Private Bath

i evening Mn. J. O.
-On Friday RejuvenateYour 4
Murray entertained a merry group'
Association of HomesteadCIIAS.
4 of young people at her home. The Car Overlooking Blscaya Bay
evening we most delightfully

spent with game and music. At D. TCKNER MANAGING SECRETARY: Two Blocks to Shops,*"* -
Wood Work
the close Mrs. Murray refreshed .1
P tier guests with cake and Ice. Body Fender Repairs I Theatre and BusinessSection
r Those enjoying Mrs. Murray1 hospitality
e were: Mill Lula Overall, Tops and TrimmingSeat !

y Miss Elite Hatnlln, Miss Fredla Covers Surveys MapsA. RATES$1.50sintle$2.50double _!

We Maxwell SmithINSURANCE Painting R. LIVINGSTON f

' Art's Paint Shop REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER Special Family Weekly, and, '

FIRE. Atro. STORM AND imrkMe Registered Land Surveyor Monthly Rate f
MBMOffice Mt N. ROME AVE. y .
la MoCrety Arcade BOX M* HOMESTEAD: TLJL l I. D..lleCUUr. Preprk/ot .; "

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r f 'Friday.Oetober9t1936. THE .LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Seven ;
-J., Homestead P. Reagle to Manage three children ,will arrive toda* ; I
Miami Kilgore Store' They" will IFS on N. W. Eleventh .

j. By read street near Jerome avenue. :

In and Jtround _N' .... M. P. Beagle, manager of the I I
Homestead Kilgore Seed Co. store, MINISTERS MEET OCT. 11 .

Farmers of been promoted to the manager The Redland District Ministerial
j of the Miami Ktlgore store .
HomesteadMr represented at the Association will hold Its October
win enter on his new duties
: convention In week. meeting Tuesday, Get 13, at the
U to W IncILliive.M'I'OQ home of the Rev. C. G. Nelson in
f In the Homestead
I place store .
be taken by Assistant Mann Redland. ,

and Mrs, Russell Horn and Mrs. W. W. Severy. Following the I' of the state F. I Sweet of the Palmetto store I .!
family who have been living In business meeting an informal re- will delegates go as from one of with Mrs. Sweet and their I READ THE WANT ADSAzy .
Canal Point are expected to arrive ception will be held for the teach-i
soon to make their home In Home ers, Mrs. Bernard Blackburn and I j other delegate
stead. Miss Miriam Burton. cher of Largo
I the state

Alvin D.
Miss Josephine Pratt who has Mrs. Frances Anderson of Miamiwas
: been*visiting relative In Hunter a Florida City" guest Sunday.Mr. of the two
Okla. ai part of an extended vacation American Farmer
the highest honor
trip ii now visiting In Moran and Mrs. Edward Stlllng national

Kan., I returned Saturday from a month's cher Is the other: s
vacation spent In Detroit and Jack of the q V. W
E. L. and Cleland Lawrence
returned -i sonville, Mich. NEE
gree are: at least .

where Wednesday E.: L. Lawrence from Jacksonville spent-' Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cohemour er A.; membership possess SHEIPSPIV wH J

two aya. Cleland Lawrence I I and children moved Monday Into an outstanding ACE
pent Tuesday night with his the Community Church I program; have Ar PV rNE Nom,
mother, Mn. M. M. Lawrence, in Yo ,
paraonalt'l standing while In
Damascus Ga., and returned fiNQE
Mrs. John Graves Is demonstrated 1 I

Jacksonville Wednesday morning.!I her home this week. some others by 'having s 1

Mnand Mrs. Ceo. M. Frick whowenr enterprise. '
Robert Boyd has been employedas
to Jacksonville I.
meat cutter at the Sever store Alvin is a
are expected to return '
the week. Wednelda'i He Is staying at the home of Mr.and Homestead : .
Mrs. A. B. Langham. tary" of the state :

Mr and Mrs. John; F. McKlmmey I Herman Petzold Is reported to a State George Farmer.N,
have moved to their
newly acquired
be slightly better this week. of the winning ,
home near Redland road. It l j
chapter contest,
was formerly occupied by Mr. and I
Mrs. V. M. Crennell and family Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Severy and Florida Homestead 1.1
daughters, Milfred and Warrene. chapter
Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Grennell and Catherine Rohrer were Sunday Mrs. Wakefield. ;
have moved to the Russell Horne guests of Mr. and Mrl. V. O. and H. E.! Wood, t
Rohrer trainer from the
house on Robert drive.

Mr, and Mrs. Mason Roberts announce -I PRINCETON. IM/MIM University agricultural Mr. of i l j
I pany ;
the birth of a seven and
Mrs. A. W. Mclltkrr.
i I Correspondent Florida also I ;
one-halt pound daughter In. a MIami -' ..RRMMMRRMR ._-NRMRxxw.wwr. in Kansas City by

hospital Tuesday. Mrs. Rob-I Dr. L M. Anderson team of the IVs nteR'p8r t.
? of Lake City ,
erU before her marriage was Miss)
. : Dr. and The will
Mrs. group
L. L.
i' Wanda! Clldden of Goulds. I( Lakeland and Mrs. Ida Anderson V. Green of October IS and I A-Sbttt'Ss..A4tap flUwnlnawd f SUcl.A.Tra, I Til aOd09

4 Mrtl G. M. :ho"m of Key West, of Miami, were recent callers In tober 25. Cold Control Jumbo VtgtuMtrabeaer 110 Polac
the home of Mrs. A. On October 20
W. McVicker. Jumbo Sliding rrali
and daughter Miss Marguerite
ter 1
national public I B k. ,
who''were* returning- from s *Iconomlcsl Twin Cylia
Tampa were guests of Mn. Guzzle Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Watkins will be broadcast Compreisor Ilmprond&ve
Joiner at the Seminole Hotel and baby, Sarah, have moved Into (WIOD) and at FANG"M Large Rating/ Unit Awtoauit SIIItt'UI'BRIII
Tuesday" night the Smith cottage on Moody drive. ner of the C'I lateriot Ugbt Vaulted Con. rrenVarereW !
test will be scnctloe INOoTlpDlUloaclGdcl WBRNER
first time. IntMngDuo. esledliuulatioe a
The' ii and Mrs. C. N. Walker Mr. and Mrs. Viio Pedenon and is considered
Mn. R. E.: Edwards, Mrs. Frank baby Betty, have returned after chapters In one
11 It At
Irwin and Mrs. Bert Andrews attended a summer spent in Wisconsin. The national Today
a district W. M. U. meetIng -
place in the
,, in Fort Lauderdale Thumay.Mt. Mr. and Mrs. Herman
( Thompson ican Royal in I Redland Appliance Co.
and children Mary and Charles, yards. The ,; ;
and Mrs. M. A. of .
Pye are home again after a summer In I I I the greatest
Goulds are announcing the birth of
North Florida and Georgia. 1 I In the United
a seven and three-quarter pound '
I Homestead 'I Mrs. Tracy Chinncrs, Prop.
IOn Ray Oliver, at the Post Grad Mrs. Mary L. Walker, Mrs. G pUcantt for
LOS N. Krome Avenue Caves Building
uate hospital Wednesday
I D. Barcus and Mrs L. C. Smith At this time the I
I were Miami visitors this week. flower seed beds T -
Mrs. Frank Andrews was In the
.. .. .... work on
:Post Graduate hospital for med -- -- --- R.RM W house grounds. I

ical Monday treatment, from Saturday UU BOY SCOUT SIGNALS I The new officers I I l'

By P. B. Bird Jr. were Initiated {

Frank Holland of Winter Haven ."................".....,....."......._..."..._....""i I Fifteen prospective -
present and
secretary of the Florida Fertilizer Any one who It 12 years old and : short talks. Frank FIBRE
Institute, visited the! Subtropical has 30
cents as a down payment, several accordion COATING
Experiment Station last Friday. we sure would like to have in the
troop. I
Mn. J. K. Whitaker returned I
The patrol leaders' conference Is : '
Saturday from New Smyrna where held\ next week at Ojus for three
she spent several days while re- days at Greynolds Park. I I /
receiving medical treatment.FLORIDA Our attendance is a little better I'
-- now but we still could stand a lot
..... --,, CITY more boys coming out. I I Shows T and I More Service
We are going to give a gold med-j
Mrs W. W. !every. Correspondent Matinee Sat
al I
to the boy who has the mOlt
S to t
points at the end of three from Old Felt Roofs
Fred Swanson, 85, who lives We will be graded on SUN.. MON.
alone was found critically ill Wednesday payment of dues, month"j
.. night and taken by Wm. time at meetings, courtesy, OCT. 11, ft* roof starts to show ft* 07.

J. Ceronlmo to the Dade County ness, advancement, etc. The boy, William Wow! with Corey Asbestos fibre Coating
Hospital at Kendall where his case who gets the most points at the
was diagnosed as a combination of end of a year will get an extra Ibis tested material b far more Nan a point The Rght

ease.pneumonia, asthma and heart dis award. Be sure Tuesday.and come toscout.meeting "MY MAN cps penetrate me body of the roof thoroughly wata

proofing the felt, The .heavy oils fill any cracks, forming

The Florida City P.-T. A. will .j J Matinee a wear resisting surface which b re-lnforced with geM-
hold its first this .I I.' .
Monday evening meeting at the home year on of rtf.' II : .jt asbestos fibres. One gallon coven about 50 square lest

--- t THt'ESDAT, Carey: fibre CoatIng .k also An* for old rested ",...-
Oct IS I
I i holed metal roof Get our low.prices en mh roof renewer

: PRINCETON. FLA. HIS. Irene Lumber Co. a

. Portable Electric and Acetylene WeUlag en Cylinder Blocks, 62 Homestead, Fla.
\ Cylinder Heads, Aluminum Castings and Boilers.AatomoUve .
Machine Repairing Catering to garages In mala

I bearing nourlnc and aliened reaming teoaecUiig red peeringad Michael 1J /
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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE ... Friday October 6, 193% "
Pace Et tlt .

Ill'1i Social, Events in South Dade ., .. I ; I

No in Im


f and Min Effie Mae Ray of --
I Miami, 'were married Sunday afternoon Homestead Business and L. Ooley won the high icon prize
i A bridal shower was given I Perkins,, Mrs. Hunter Hardln, Mn by Justice of the Peace E. Professional Women' Club which and Mrs. Anna C. Messenmlth
Tuesday afternoon for Mn. George Margaret Kennedy Mn. P. H. R. Lowe at Tavernter. Mn C. A. held its pre-organizttlon meetingin I won the consolation prize. Other
MIA Florence. Worley Mrf A. B. Langham Mrs Fox of Homestead was matron of October of last year celebrated contests and games and stunt fol
: HardIn, the former Lawrence Becker, Mrs J. H. Dix- honor and Mr. Fox was best man. the anniversary of this meeting lowed.
Godwin by Miss Iretta Bethel of :::1)
Homestead at the home of the on. Mrt .Jack Branch, Mn Stanley Mr. and Mn. Merrill Albury of a pot-luck dinner at the home 1 Present besides those named .t xwere
bride grandparetnt Mr. and Mr*. Roberta, Mrs. Fred HeM, Mrs. Tavernler alto attended the cere Mrs. Clna Stewart In Redland I 1 : Mn. Wm. E. Myen, Mrs. J,
J. W. Caves, Mrs. M. R. Degler, mony. Mrs Albury the former Monday evening. ''I. Cauzent, Mn. Don Ferreyra,
In Florid City.
; J Caves
Miss Melba Sever Miss: Elizabeth Mist Ruth Gross of Homestead.Mrs. There were two birthday cakes, Mn. A. C. Easton, Mn. Lamar
4 The gifts were placed In. wagon Sever, Miss Jeahette Sever Mn. Williams Wore a White crepe both decorated in green and gold Dickinson, Mrs. B. L. Bigger, Mr*.
r that wit drawn Into the room by Fannie Belle Martin Min Helen afternoon dress and white acces the Club colon,and everyone found Ben Archer Miens Lucille and
two little girls, Wayne Lengham> Cray and W. Croly of Miami. lories. Mn. Fox wore a wine' her fortune told In a capsule on a Inei Bevte and three guests of the
cousin b( the bride, and Virginia Gift were received front Mr* colored afternoon drew with black I slice of one of the birthday cake I club, Mr L. R. Becker Mn. Geo.
Nelll. S. Qv, Woods, Mn W, W. Severy,I accessories A gum modeling contest followed I I M. Sonnichsen and Mrt. Sylvia
A salad course served With olives Mrt. H. Thompson Mn. Lake Mn. William, adopted daughterof I the dinner, and In this Mn. 1.1:: : Atkln
saltines and Iced tea, repeated the Delta Mr. Harold Sheffield Mrs. Mr. and M.... R. B. Ron ef Ml '
general color scheme Used In the bob Harris, Mr. and Mr*. Doyal ami come to Miami several yean'
decoration, greed and pink. Godwin, Mrs. R. Cain Mn. Neill, ago from White Plains, Ky. Mr.:I AND I
i r The guest included! Mr*. Her Jeffrey, M.... Blanche Ch.prnan.1 Williams came to Homestead abouta I AT INTERESTING PARTY AT THEIR HOME
bert Turner, :Mn. Burley Dendy, Mrt. Clyde Schroeder, year ago from Blouhtatown. HIt : ,
j 1 Mri. Johnny Becker, Mr.. R.' Chandler, Miss Core Mae Groover,! connected: with the state highway *' Mr. and Mn. Leo L.' ";;gave Mrs. A. A. Koeitline, Mr. and
Shores, Mn. Oeo. M. Sonnlchten, Mitt Roasts Oorday, Misses Helen' department on the Overseas One of the jolliest parties of the Mrs. Herman Thomas, Mr and
iii Mn. Rudolph Mtttson, MM. J. B. : and Catherine Steftanl Mist Alice highway project. 1 I season at their home Friday\ even- Mn. James H. Roberta, Jr., Mr,
,f Cohernour, Mn. Ceo Gann, Mn. Macomber, Mist Bonnie Belle' They are making their home Incan ing. Thrilling airplane rides, and Mn. Ivan Moier, Mr. and
j Alex Lanier Mn. Lester Walkup Myers, Mitt Moeely Sever Miss apartment at the home of Mrs. unique introductions and various Mr*. Wilburn Reed, Mr. and Mr*.
f" Mn. Clyde NelU, Mn. Chai. Clinton Martha Pearl Godwin, Henry Godwin C. F. Compton on N. W. Fourth other stunts as well at garnet end Paul Reynolds, Mr. and Mr*. J. J.
Mn. Bert Branch, Mn. Pet and M. E. Sever! street songs provided entertainment McLendon, Mr. and Mr*. A. D.
,I '/I, -- -....... Mr. and Mrs. Fox gave a wedding Miss Myrtle Phinney and Miss Simmons, Mr. and Mr*. Ovid Sullivan
ISO ATTEND P.-T. A. din. Mm. W. D. Mahan Mn. M. supper for the bridal part Beatrice Wilson assisted Mn. Poy- Mn. Leonard Cannington
f MEETING IK REDLAND A. Biker, Mre. H. J. Armstrongand at their home on N. W. Fourth ser th serving a refreshment course.I, Miss Ernestine Smith and JimmIe
One hundred fifty were pres. M.... Seymour Dane. Mn. street Sunday night Othen present were: the Rev.' McLendon.
ent at the Redland ParentTeacher Clna Stewart und Mn. Chas.
Association meeting In the Turner were appointed to arrange \VOODMEN8 CIRCLE AND JR.
er j D. Coker, Mrs. J. T. Martin and Afar" that 1* being prepared by
a. Pool auditorium Monday night the books and Mrs. Armstrong CLUB SURPRISE MRS. JOHNS'
Mn. Paceta the program chairman, Mn. A. F.
to hear the Rev. Harley R. Core wat appointed to serve at club I Two surprise showers were glvi Othen present were: Mrt. B. G. Arthur,
peak on "Why Do I Believe In ,librarian. Book will be loanedon this week for Mn. Wm. M. John
Branch Miss Flossie Gorday Miss heldat
Last week's meeting WM
Our Form of Government?" Community the tint and third Tuesday Of whose Wardrobe was burned when
Pearl Whitaker, Miss Nellie Mae
home of D. P. BlakeIn
the Mn.
singing was led by Miss'! each month, and all In the com- the Saunden house Into which die Martin and Miss Ruth Owens.
{ South Garden Mn.
Rebecca'Fisher. munity are urged to use the library and Mr. John were moving was almost -
Mn. C !:. Elchenberger, thet which contains many reference destroyed by fire. PRESBYTERIAN AUXILIARY R. Y. Burr directed the Bible study.
president, announced that the works M Well as book of fiction Members of the Junior Woman'aClub PLANS PROGRAM MEETING Present were: Mn. J. M. Holter-
Dade County Council of Parent Mrs tins Stewart, program of Homestead, of which sh Mn. Daniel IversoU of Shenan- ty, Mn. Harris, Mr*. Paul Haley,
t and Teacher will Meet In Redlanden chairman, will present a programat Is a member gave a shower at the doah hat been asked to speak at Mn. D. M. Pappy, ,Mr*. A. A.
Oct. S8. 1 o'clock on Oct. 30, and a business home'IIf Mrs. E. J. Dyal Wednesday the next meeting of the Presbyterian Payne Mn. C. M. Fritter, Mn. H
She announced also that the meeting will be held at 2 afternoon. Mn. Herbert Woman's.Auxiliary which Is J. Armstrong, Mrs. R. C. Jackson,
school carnival will be held this. o'clock. Turner and Mr; Burley Deed to be held Oct. IS at the home of M.... A. F. Darling, "Mrs,11 a. B.'
j I year on Oct. 30. won prizes In contests Cake and Mn V. M. Harris on Silver Palm' Plummer, Mn. K. K. Clarke, Mrs
The regular meeting date of the MRS. BROOKS IS HOSTESS { punch were terved. drive. Seven of the members B. E. Gatlin, Mr. E. L. Nelson,
l' association was changed from the AT BRIDGE: LUNCHEON Others present were: Mr*. L. BDunzyi will take part ta t program on Mitt Della Lockhurst Mn. Arthur
t fint Monday In each month to the' Mn. J. R Brooks was hostess Mn. H. T. Oxford, M.... W. -Where Christ Ha: Led in Land I and Mrs R. E:, Trotter. { ,
I second Friday This. will make at a bridge luncheon foursome at, B. Caves Jr., Mrs. J. W. English
1 the next meeting date Nov. 13. the Green Lantern Restaurant Mn. Theo J. Elder, Mn. J. S !
Mri. M. J. Bond, membership) Friday. Her guests were Mn. M., Horton.Mn.Joel J. Robinson Mn
chairman, reported a paid D. Hartman, Mn. Tom Lindsay Geo. M. Sonnlchsen Mn. Paul
benhlp of 1(2 with the mem-I I and Mn. W. Sanden Gramllng of Reynolds Mrs. J. D. Perkins Mn
t'\ completed. Mrf. Jane Miami. Hunter Hardin, Mn. Bruce EnnltMr .
nurses announced that Mr. and Mrt Brooks were din- *. P. B. Bird, Mr Grace Hobson -
s treatment will l begin on the ner guests of Mr. end Mn.. Gram Miss Pearl Whitaker and Miss
1 week: October. last ling In Miami Saturday. Mary Bradley.
musical numbers Those sending gifts were: Mn
: light on the Trail1' and "My Wild MISS ALICE HOBSOV F. E. Dewhunt, Mn. R. G. Huff t '
j Irish Rote." were played by a Na- GIVES BUNCO PARTY Mrs" Richard Degler Mrs. Fred s
I ranja trio, E. J. Graham John B. Three tablet of bunco were In Kufeldt, Mn. Fielding Ruff Miss .
Graham and Clement Russell. play eta party given by Miss Alice Alice Hobson Miss Marguerite "' .;
Mrs D. E. Bashor served punch Hobson at her home Saturday afternoon. Wollam and Mist Miriam Burton. r
'I I sad cookies.r Mrt. Bruce Ennl won Memben of the Woodmen'i is worth the

---- the high score prize and Mn. Wll- Circle of which Mn. Johns li In
r: MRS. GAUZENS GIVES butti Reed the *.. likewise a member, gathered at I roM QUALITY every
.t PAnT FOR BOYS' CLASS Sandwich, olive and coca cola the home of Mn Florence P.cettl''
'.. Mn. J. E. Gauzent entertained were served. Wednesday night and from then' Btu/ it
I memben of her Sunday school present were! Mrs. It. T. Oxford, went to the Johns residence taking
!: class and friends at a bunco and Mn. Hunter Hardln Mn. J. D.Perkins with them a surprise gift I 44 P/iOdli r
monopoly party at her home on M.... Reed Mr, Claude Mr. Dexter Smith won the prize
I N W. First avenue Friday even- Campbell, Mrt W. B. Caves,, in I guessing game and presented
Jr.. M.... R. C Huff Mn it to Mn. Johns.
Ing.The guest Included: Billy Clark, Herman Thomas, Mn. Ovid Sulll- Home made Ice cream and "Good Enough" Is not good enough for Puretest ...
.tl Harold Branch Q Lowe, Tommy van, Mrs Ennlt, Mn. Robert Dare- cookie were served by .In. W. Products or for you. -
Harris, Theodore Knowlcs, How the and the hottet ;.
and Lamb and James Hardy. Let us explain. There are almost as many stand.

CLUB ards of quality as there are! lines of medicine. Pen:
t ANNOUNCES REDLAND LIBRARY HOURS I I II II 'fiA CAREy haps, most of them are "good enough." : ::

man's The Club 129 books bf the Which Redlandt the Wo-re I I and But, the makers of Puretest Products feel that

calved a* a girt from the Cornelia I -\ Beauty you prefer the best for guarding your family'} ;

Daytons i \ Beach : W 81m True beauty demand health.

trlbutlon on the next meeting day i.. genuine the time best Whether of tare at you all That is why standards of purity and quality of

'. of the club. Tuesday repaired Oct. 20. af I wish a wave, a facial, Puretest Products are set high above the "goodenough"
t book Were
: Permanent
i. luncheon meeting held tart week by a manicure, or any of level These standards are maintained .
the other essential aids I'
I Mr* Wm. Brodie. Mrs. R A. Wai- :S fa..toIl.* ***.*-.bund.hnCiutiag to beauty you'll find by skilled scientists aided by most up-to-dat

cwls- Ws dw the skilled operators at equipment in the famous laboratories of the Unit:;
ire el .,
a PM-MACM fM wtBt'Ua4 Pat'l Beauty; Parto- ed yonapany Department Of Research and
DK.K.S.AKERSDENTIST thec', die liiMt glM..For ,'" ? ready to eerve you .
} 'we *. gMuiat ,E..cWVtvlng f ,.ulcUyMtaf Hurst! Technology !
i ,With genesis Eugene Creelanele Spiral ao4CombliuUoa r.
r Sattirn. LH to* "drtu" you
bile fix the **.-. * Office ROOM: 9a.OsteiP.s. PERMANENT WAVES The Dixie Drug '
t ...m iM Sunday I U 11 deg t ce'eed-aak aerhh' Prices $5, $6, $7
am -. Saturdays
} Parking Space Bush Barber Shop .1'

174 N. w. tittt IT; MIAMI & Beauty Parlor j PARLOR Save With SrJety

)1toHa ...,111Y ,emsae.mlIecse B1a
Allen Luue ferewti e4dQ'gt I :

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Friday, October 9,1936 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Nine_
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MRS. SHEFFIELD ELECTED: time more important than how
The Calendar LEGION AUXILIARY: HEAD much I II paid for It," MIA Kolod-

I Mr*. Harold tfeetfleM wee elected lit,. said today M she discussed ,

I Social Events I Oct. >-AD day quilting meetingof president of the American Legion furnWdNn for the home, and explained '
Afpme Club with MIL a O.Branch. AmtUety at the tint meetIng the current trend for latertof -
held this season a covered deflorations.

Oct Swimming pool benefit disc luncheon at the home of

dance at Homestead Country Mr*. Qeo. W. Turner Jr.. In Red- "Ietahum" t

JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB TO SPONSOR I I Dub. land Wednesday. Mrs. A. W. Jeweler: .,.*. sir. Mr. Jones.
Oct IS-Business meeting ot I HutchbMon ww elected vtet- pie... *)WMt this gentleman that
.. HALLOWEEN DANCE AT COUNTRY CLUBA I Homestead a P. W. C. president; Mr*. W. E. Rhenejr, hi I tray engagement rings."-Staley;
Oct IS-rint regular meeting torian: Mn. Frank B. Rue. secre- Journal
I of Woman' Club of Homesteadat tary-treeaurer; and Mrs. Ceo. W.
dance for Halloween night, committee on entertainment for I
3VM. I Turner, Jr., sergeant at arms. i
Oct. 31 will be the next social meeting U composed
sponsored by tile
.1 Oct. 15-Homestead Home Dem- Present were: Mr*. Wm. J. Ge- I
of Miss Ellen Hurt, Mrs. J. I
Junior Woman's Club i
of Homestead Club meeting at 9.80: ronlmo, Mrs. Rheney Mrs. Hutch-
D. Perkins, and Mrs. Hunter Har- r-e I I I
members of the club decided dln. Mr*. W. B. Cave, Jr., and a. King Cooper School iMon., Mr*. Rue, Mrs Turner and
at a meeting in the Woman's i Mr*. Horton were appointed to 1 Oct. 1J-R dlan* Home Dem- Mia Ruth Fox, the retiring president .

Club building Monday night Mill, make arranfvmenU for the onstration Club meeting at 1:30
Pearl Whitaker, Mn. L. B. Dan- : ner*. in Redland Community Church.
'"' ay, Mr*. J. S. Horton. Mn. Herbert din-I Oct Presbyterian Auxiliary HOME DEMONSTRATIONRALLY
Turner and MUM Alice Hobson Present at the meetmg "" : meeting at V. M. Harris home on TO BE GIVEN
were appointed to make I Mrs. E. J. Dyal, Mrs. Paul Reynolds Silver Palm diive. The public Is invited to attend U rott REALLY wet te=
arrangements I
Mrs. R. G. Huff Mrs. HOT. Ocll5-Are"- the home demonstration or keep yMtHNI "
party county
for the dance and to do the I ::
I ton. Mrs. Bruce Ennls Mrs. Robinson baby nMSMl SMM a* the
decorating. Mr*. Joel J. Robin- Oct Homestead P.-T. A. rally Wednesday at 1 p. m. at the World famMa Htr.iJ&JtiifeMU
Mn. Fred Kufeldt. Mrs.
ton Miss Mary Bradley and Mix reception for teachers. Miami Civic Center when 1\ special _
Turner, Mrs. Danzy, Mrs. Perkins, .... -
Grace Hobson will !have charge of Oct 19-Junior Woman's Club program on exterior and Interior taTtbe iUnMir )Mfaad (
the ticket tale Mrs. H. T. Oxford Mn. Caves, dinner at Green Lantern. home Improvement will be method of natural Kaelth Inln* i
'I Mr. Hardin, Misses Alice and Oct 20 Business of how well
meeting given. in* teach TW to gin
The club
decided to hold
its I
Hobson. Miss Marguerite
Women' Club of the Redlands at and STAY WELL Results amMo
monthly dinner at the Green Lan Wollam Miss Bradley, Miss Whit- 2 o'clock and at S. sft.g ..........w. '
tern restaurant instead<< of in the aker, Miss Thelma Turner and meetIng Say }Furniture Drapes r
2O-Glaan.n' Class
home o| one of the hostesses. The I(I Mrs. T. J. Walker a visitor. Oct with Mn. W. B. Caves, Jr.-,'I Cause Some Home Howl ......*..-a .aepItaI.-M-- .,-4to Jnigs e. -Jestsnoderste ,}

at >:SO p. m. enrtiM, MMIekctrte 4
MR. AND MRS. WAKEFIELD win Mrs. Arthur States, Mr*. Lillian Oct. 30-Teacher's Bridge Club Lakeland, Oct I Clashes be- .ease diet, ellslasti.esus .r \
ENTERTAIN BRIDGE CLUB Smedley and the bostesse meeting at W. R. Bird home. tween husbands and wives are w=are BomanMdu.
Mr. and Mn. Ceo. N. WakefieM Oct. 23-H. H. 8. Junior carni sometimes traceable to clashes be- .based A selraiiae natural health Pro.
green as >
entertained the Teacher Bridge OBSERVE DAUGHTER'S tween furniture and draperies in

Club at their home Tuesday night FIRST ANNIVERSARY valOct 25- Chaucer Guild meeting the opinion of Miss Mary Kolod- ?M base Aces p* =,

Mn. Bevo Webb and W. R. Bird Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Scarboroughgave with Mrs. E H Fwcher. ney, head of th* newly-created or,desire a nr ..t.
visit this
won the high core prize a birthday party Oct 1 in Oct IS-Meeting of Dad Coun- department ot interior decoratingat mmA popular....s he seen* e*
Present were: Mr. and Mrs. L. honor ef the first anniversary of I ty Council of Parent and Teachers Florida Southern College. sod health.

B. Sommers, Mr. and Mn. Frank their daughter, Mary Gay lia Redland And guests may go away thinking .
Webb, Mr. and Mr*. Bird, Mr. and A White cake with pink decorations Oct SO-Redland School carnival host and hostess inhospitablewhen Beautiful easeoundlagu us-

Mn. Bevo Webb, Mr. and Mr*. wa served: with Ice cream. ,I on school ground the tepid welcome to due In surpassed.. rill srnery,... s.rlr, Weal. rusef.1y swMp.

Wakefleld and Oo. M. frick. Those invited were: Mr. and: Oct SI-Halloween dance at large measure to furnishing selected I ....... --W ..............q I
Mrs. C O. Stephen, Mr. and Mn. Homestead Country Club sponsored and arranged without regard ---.Ia wb0e Wawa 1,41to
MIAMI GROUP ENTERTAINED Orlando Wollam Mr. and Mrs. by Junior Woman' Club. for harmony, Miss' Kotodner V., .......... wise

AT LIVINGSTON HOME; John U Scarborough and Mrs. Nov 13-itedland P.-T. A. meet- Insist Writ taiby for Book ef Vine
Emma Wright ingatS9.m. "What I* elected !II a hundred ...
Misses Esther and Helen Livingston ems rain .heaule ell saestiose..essaime
boom shins.hoely .
entertained a group ot ceases
Miami friends Saturday at their Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reynolds entertained .I aa.idw"

home on N. W. Third street Agw at a spaghetti upper at I Green Restaurant ,.r..w. ....... run
turn, jtnnlas and tern decoratedthe their home Oct 1 (or Mr, and Mrs. .b9'J1! II ,.. __ t
table. J. J. McLendon and Mr. and Mrs REMAND II a

Cover were laid for Mr*. Nancy P. .,.. Bird. Western T>Be Steak Dinner We Choker Dower ISo

E. Rlckard Mrs. W. D. Thompson, Regales DhMf Me Vegetable Plate age N.WMIOR
All Kinds ef 110__.' Sandwiches
Mra.tbeft Cross, Mrs. Wrn. Ir- WANT ADS PAY
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Page Ten THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday. October 9, 1936arrr I

.ur x .. r.rxxx.xurrr IM xxrx, / E. L. Lawrence, Mr Redin, Mr
Davie Mn. Ora Frailer, Mn. But- THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER
i Si AD'scoo ler, Mn. Olsen, Mn Horn, Mn --J
Mrs. Vann Mr ? \
I Kirby, Mrs. Reid _t __-'----_.._.._ _.......__.._--_.......
Fread, a new member, Mr Quin-
nle Sherard and two visitors Mn. I
NELLA SAULS. School Editor tlMART HOUMWidMdMr discover some of these Tlorl4amagazines
J W. Gilmer and Mn. L. W. mi.adar. ThmAif i M t. .. I are won and frayed,

_......... Knight .
u. around the edge, much the
......,. Felder i >. a. m+l 9m.. to bet-
All the boys; In junior and senior grade hadth' tint character i Mrs. C. N. Walker was hostess I .."' ...,I .. ...11; M a.arr-Sara. ter. You SM we can give them
high school art taking a tact education program when the Rev. to Circle: Three at the parsonage ,I out to be cut up for the school
on artificial respiration. Lat Mr. Nelson talked to the group. Mr* S. L. West who had charge of scrap-books. So keep ) eye
week In health the bore studied the program, gave a talk and Mn. I Time, was when several magi open for any picture and any historical -
posture and ssfety. Question Mr*. Flfleld' claw I Ia starting to C. H. Rice read a poem. Mr*. j sine devoted to Florida were published fact you think will help

were inked on safety; and (6 WM study; the dictionary by; Warning Walker led the devotional. Mrs. | torn of them very beautiful -I this project Help the librarianto
the highest possible wort. How- helth rules for each letter of the H. Collier the leader presided be prepared.
of them
some very interestingand
ev... our average MOT In the clwnwa alphabet The class I* very; proudof over the business meeting. I* there some man or woman in
81.Touch. the gold star It received last Those present were: Mn. W. E. ; some of them very expensive. this community with time hanging
football has been started I week in music. Lewis, Mn W. D. Coker. Mr*. S I During the past few year they heavy on the hands? One who

and for the peat two week fundamentals I A. King Mn. Mary; Petach Mrs. have fallen by; the wayside.; Manyof ; like children and big boy and little -
have been taught, such Mia Ray'; clan has formed I : Rice Mn. West Mn. Collier and these magazines must be lying boy and big girl and llttt

in kicking pawing, pass receiving, Kindness Club. The children have : Mrs. Walker. I neglected In dark corner of Flor- girls? And combined with thl*
throwing, etc. Some of the outstanding made six rule and have also elected ida home today.; W could use | love for children there must be a
kicker are: Randolph the following officer: president, THREE NEGROES SENTENCEDBY them if you would bring them to love for book And having time
Caves, Ed PaaetU, Lllbourn Nixon Eileen &:herr; vice-president Betty ACTING MAYOR the library Just at the present time and love is that someone willingto
and Earl Smith. Badington and Gatlin; secretary; Joe Sincoro. Emma Clark, L. C. Clark and I one of the project the school boys give Saturday afternoon and
In their art clan they are makinga evening to the library Not an occasional -
hand bell are two new sports that I Georgia Hall negroes charged with and girl are working on call for ;
teem to bq'quit* popular this year. squirrel border. being drunk and disorderly Florida history. Very little mate- Saturday but EVERY
I Saturday We need someone to
were sentenced to pay fines rial I Ia available. We need your
In Interior decorating the girl : Miss Dorsey'c clan has a chief- of five dollars each or spend seven I help 10 we may; help these student take complete charge of the child-
are working out color achetne of-police and three helper to arrest day in jail by Acting Mayor Tom *. Florida history; coven along ren' room keep the book lit or-
The other home economic girl the children that are seen running J. Harris In police court Monday; period of time. W* are not der on the shelve and help the
have finished cutting out their garment II In the corridor at noon or at night very proud of some of the history; boys and girls find books some
*. recess. The clan ha made coven Mayor Cha. T. Harper who I I. w* have made In the past buy; a* book they know they want and
for health notebook Ruth suffering from low blood pressure, we are till making history we some book they never heard about
The junior carnival will be October Crave hal been absent becauseof I ha been unable to attend to his might w.tc:1oW' step and do a little It will be hard work, a thanklessjob
illness. no pay except the love and devotion -
23. The main feature will official duties better In the future. If you
of these boy and girl whlph,
be H circus In the Neva King CooP- will from week to week., It
Mn. Thurman'i class has dec- grow
1 er School auditorium. Two performances -
orated its room with a border of I you cannot take this on a* a steady
r will be given, one at II R &G Emblem Protects I
elephant and soldiers and ha Buyer I job do not offer to "com when,
f 7 p. m. and one at 8 p. m. The now started working work book ;you can". That kind of ,Help ia
admlulon charge will be five and
Donald Neeley ha been absent i worse than no help ano\jeally js
ten cent Com.1The !
from school several day a* he I* no help.
out of town. Of course, with the depresAo"
junior clan entertained the a thing of the past and prosperity
V freshmen with a wiener roast at Doris Baker presented a beauti- I right here In our midst, the city
the seven mile rock pit last Friday ful blue vase to Min Jackson'4 of Homestead should be able to pay

night class and Annie Mae King ha trUed ARA I a staff of assistant at the librarybut
it with ;yellow flower somehow It doe not work out
Mr Moomiw sophomore elm I that way. If w* are to have a
has elected the following officer: Mn. Edwards' class is decorating busy season in our community
pi, ,dent, Clinton Bishop; vICe- the room with Halloween cat that mean a busy season for the
!; president Madge Thompaon. The children are glad to have Bob- library. We can do a lot better

by Morgan back In school after an I work if we have more help and we
Mr. Luc** eighth grade has absence due to Illness. especially need a children' libra-
i elected doctor to see how the other rian. So If ;you ire looking for

students In the class behave and W. M. U. Circles Hear I a steady job, hard work and NO
report to the teacher. The doc.
PAY apply immediately 'tJ'tha
ton are Jack Wallace and Marjorie Week of Prayer ProgramA I librarian. Come. early to avoid
Lewi' ""
the rush.
week of prayer program on I

The fifth and sixth grade an "Lightened to Lighten' wa presented 9c ,-...-- ,..
Wednesday by W M. U
r making plane In
1* decorated like a landing room field. Circle One at an all day meetingof REDLAND F. F. F.
the union In the First Baptist By; Wills Baxtey
George Wlngate hal
oral been 111 mevi Church of Homestead.Mrs. '....." ."..-...-.......--....,..
i day The claw WM lorry\ T. E. KIrby, program chairman A( The Redland
to lose Ediuj Phelan who had moved Future Farmer executive -
to Key West. I ,?.,announced the numbers i committee has mapped out
I whicWVere. a* follow: devotional I a program of work for the new
Tuesday h. fifth and sixth I "When Thou Lightest the Lamp," i' year Last Monday night the
t by; Mn. J. R. Dorsey; ; re.dln"1 chapter held its regular meeting.

....".....-.. .. "Lighting Lamp of Youth Through I This wa the first meeting In which
I Sunday School and B. T t1" written
the new officers filled their
II. n, S. 4-H CLUBBy by Dr. W. W. Wllllan-Mn'l tions.
Bert Andrew and I'
Mary; Duncan After the regular business,

......" .---- ..mm_._._._ I Light of Knowledge" written by; Interested kayer Inspect the B A O ipMlneatleB I tag new displayed disposed of a musical program wa
Dr. W. S. Allen-Mrs. J. W. Gil- sal Md eu at Ford Dealer Standing for Renewed and Guaranteed, they was enjoyed
by all
The 4-H Club had Its tint meet ......1n8III. R O. nears that t4 can sold II AathwtMd Ford ; memben present
Jog Tuesday; Oct 6. The meetIng mer.After a covered dish luncheonthe Dealer under this emblem have met a rigid art of spnUleaUou a* toamrhanfeal
wa called to order I "' It se, aa well a* appearance. ad an backed ky a awiey;
by Mr I
concluding numbers giv
were hook g-...- ,
Caitnn and Mr. Ye. Left and
Ferreyra.; Officers en. They; Included; a devotional 1- Nothing Left
were elected a* follow: "Hold the Torch of God," by ).In. Widespread public approval has If the ear falls to measure up to Prespectiv Employer: What do
president, Lou Bell Grennell; T. D. Plche; reading, "Witnessesof been accorded the R O Renewedand expectations and 1* not a* represented : ;you mean by laying your Job left
vice-president Marjorie Redd the Light" Guaranteed-aalM plan y:1: the buyer; may; return It to ? Don't
; by Dr. J. Dean Ad- you you mean you left
used ear recently Introduced the Ford Dealer.and bar his monej
ecretary; Norma Cowman; council -j I cock:-Mrs.:E. L. Lawrence; readIng Ford Motor Company report refunded in full. I your Job?

4 treasurer representative, Annabell! Redd; "That They Which Enter" by :Ray Allen Manager Ton Mr'j In addition the purchaser M* I Hopeful applicant: Not at ajl:
Goldia Orennell. T. M. Johns-Mrs. Ceo A. West; Company, Jacksonville, Fla. elves a written service warranty asa You see, I worked in a gunpowder I
The committee chairmen are: and reading "Oil for the Lamps" Adopted by Ford Dealer every- further protection. This double factory and one morning when t
membership, Teresa Redd; lawn written by Min Effie Button-Mr*. when the R ft 0 plan 1* based guarantee remove tile element of went to work the factory wan'tthen. ,
Improvement, Annabel Redd; gardening -' W E. Lewi' upon the theory that the public doubt and uncertainty that have Ex.DR.M.A.BERGER.
Mildred Field; clothing., W, M. U. Circle One which met want to know the fact before they troubled. buyer; of used can for I r

Eloise Gorman; record, Marjorie Tuesday at the home of Mr*. buy.Speaking; of the newly introduced year Although* the Renewed and Guaranteed I

Redd: publicity and reporter,'I Charles Martin decided to hold asocial plan Mr. Allen stated "Thl new plan wa only recently announced
Mary Duncan and Katherine Orfancdei meeting quarterly. A study; term-R ft O-tand for Renewed the R ft 0 oval la already f
; home Improvement Margin book will be commenced soon tIm and Guaranteed. It mean that each establishing Itself a* a symbol of
'ot Field; food and nutrition, group decided. and the circle will car offered under the plan must Quality and Integrity.Motorist know Dentist
a Julia France Sullivan; social;' Sponsor the Sunbeam thin ;year. inert a rigid art of specifications M DOW and many mar will know-that
Norma Gorman; handicraft and Mn. L. A. Wide, the leader presided to mechanical condition and appears when they buy an automobile with 36 N. Krome Avenue
home earning, Rachael Cowman;I and the hostess gave the de- mace a* outlined on the R ft O the R ft 0 check tag on the radiator
exhibit, Lou Belle Grennell; can- votional. Mn. W B. Myrlck; will specification tag. Th remit Is a they receive 100% Value for every Upstairs
11m,. Goldia Grennell. j I I be the November hostess. product *o fin thai it can be told dollar Invested," Ur. Allen said In ,
The hostesses for the following[ Present were: Mn. W. L. Smith I with a written guarantee.Thi conclusion. Office Hours 8:30--4:30
month are first Katherine Sul-I Mr* Pet Morgan. Mr*. Art RelI ear purchaser U the judge Report from Ford Dealer Indicate OPEN EVENINGS
)Ivan; second Julia France Sullivan I chart, Mr*. C. R. Bigger, Mr C.IE. I I of the ear** quality. After purchasing that the new R ft 0 plan has
; third Rachael Oouman I Saunders, Mn. Geo. A. West 'I I h* may drive It two days, put materially quickened the demand 81 AI'I'OIorr3.nr
fourth, Mary Duncan. I I Mrs. Myrick. Mrs. Wise and Mrs.Martin. i ting it to any driving teat lie wtahe. for used cars
Mr Carbon the !
gave girl a I I ___. _... .. .
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chart to keep the enrollment on. Circle Two met with Mn. Lee I j n --- -- ------
Each girl la to check It each time'; i 1 I Free& Mr*. .T. E. Kirby. th*. I

wr have a meeting. The meeting'j,I err pretlded khd Mr*. Freed 1',1, Annie, faybc\v :.Eitzpatrick f
wa closed with the pledge. the deartllnalr ONLY
The member present were: i! Flower committee for the -rest I Graduate Oberlin Conservatory and RoyalConservatuJ' MONKEY
Mildred and Margaret Field. Mari I i of the month were appointed JUNGLE
Jorle Redd. Annabell and Term follow: Oct 11, Mrs. J. C. Vann.Mrs. of Leipzig INTHCW.S.
Redd. Katherine Orfanedes. Julia Fread. and Mr*. H. C. Redin.I )
Francis Sullivan, Rachael, Eloise I Oct ID, Mrs Annie Butler Mr
and Norma Go sman. Mary Dun- H. C Reid, and Mans Olsen Oct.IS. PIANOFORTE AND THEORY I Nolan Drive west
can and Goldia and Lou Bell Mr*. Homer Davis, Mr*. Kirby of 1'/anabm Read
Grennell. I and NI'&. W. D. Home. 1422 ADMISSION lift,
Redland Road Near Biscayne Drive Phone
We urge all old club girl M well. Those present were Mrs. Knees f
.* new girl to Join 4-H this year..' Wright. Mrs. Bert Andrew, Mr

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- Friday, October 9.1936 THE I'F.A OFH ENTFRPRiSF Padre Eleven

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.. NOTICE, :(..H.....HBSJUIT"lnBMo. IHI GIVEN tactFtlttllPr !

4a E:. WYSONG. holder of out. RATE: First Insertion 194 a UM; subsequent insertions ,
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eel sod County Tn ( .rtll. No .111.koMd
( tile INS dor of Jtlr A D nil .kM road I 54 line I

..t'm- BAPTIST CHURCH Church school at 10 a. m.; preach- OHIO lo top office. .nd kM OMd. .ppllMoM -
I Mae for ded a Issued.Lon..
at 7:30: p. m. Midweek prayers '_.:.::.. w ...: the following GUAVA JUICE tl
JOt noroestoaoV -Th* Rev C. N. ail Bible study Wednesday at doMrStod Moportr to out Conotr of D.d FOR RENT I per jaUon.
Jungle Grove Redland.
'e. Walker paitor. Sunday school al '
7.31. iKi of NCK of teal{ of Bo*.
10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Uo II. T.wsta/a *S ." 1&'L1... MKoM TOMATQ LAND In Allapsttah FRYERS Live or dressed. Free

Is.lp and TJO p. m.; B.Y.P.l1. at 7 p.m. Redland Community Church oMUhriM S assn mse ; Sac, Gardens! section farmed In tomatoes In Phone SI M..
city. -
in She County 01 o.de, state of Fit*. delivery
an Prayer services Wednesday at the Rev. C. O. Nelson pastor. ..... three years ago now hu' McEwen Poultry Plant. ,

7.30: p. m.OeL Church school at 10; prea\bin; at The .wnort d mid pfav.ry myrtle growth. Rent (2 per ease
I ........
the MM OMtiTlMU was to the _
Inn 11. Epworth League at .30.: Mid- oft JOSEPH W. ADAMS.U per year. Other land entirely, MISCELLANEOUSPIANO

U-MOI'IIIn. sermon week prayer and Bible studyThursday .|MI MM xtlrtou lull a* ""'""- cleared (10 per acre. O. E. Allen
"The Only Gospel"; evening ... mllw N l... 1M property 4-erih.d
ho at 7:30.METHODIST __ will W .... to UM.klilM.t bidder Miami, Phone J-BB87. TUNING anon repairing.

it- Sermon "Following Jesus". at Mw 0.51bdone on UM tint II.... Good used plaiM for sal cheap.W. .
OeL 14-Prayer service subtfc EPISCOPAL, day I* Uw month or No__. Slat wawa. TOMATO OR POTATO land for
Io dM ti E. Koon. Ill N. W. 3rd St
tIt\o, tff Stormier in* !
'Aid % / etHope". SOUTHWhite Dated Ulfc SMh nit .1 aWunWr.: ItM.t rent at Couldi Fla. Preston It.

a LCATHmiMAN.Ctork Lee. (p o 23)
'a Gonlds-The R v. Noah Peterson Stone Churrh-Homestead of Circuit Court I HEAL ESTATEREAL

the Rev. A. A. Koeitline Dado <:.....,. Plaids
nong pantor. Sunday school at 10 ; CI..1t Cant iml FOR RENT 4-room house two

a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and pastor Sunday school: at 9:30 a.1m. .1D, R. 14110. R C.Get. screened porches, running water I ESTATE'-Those who ware

nd 7:30: p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m. .; preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30: .. I. I" I'. sal garage, fruit trees, for ) to buy or sell Redland District

Prayer service at 7,30: p. m. Wednesday p. m. Junior League at 2.30 p. NOTICE OF APPLICATION. FOB TAX couple. Apply W. W. Savory, reel estate will find up-to-date

lllY m.; HI League 8:43: p. m.; Senior (_..."Kill KED N.. IMI Redd' Dry Cleaners. listing In our office. Many ot

to League at 7 p. m. Prayer meeting NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN that these lilting are itlll at subnormal -

Id- CATHOLIC I II at 7:30: p. m. Wednesday, /. T. Chrt.tl.-. holder of State and FOR SALE I prices, We shall appreciate -
I County Tn tllkmto N*. Ml .leaned the either your Inquiries Of
It'- led ties of AunK A. U IMI. box fltoH
Chare of the Sacred Heart
he -1 I Oct H-Morning messacei sows !. mt offlft, m4 HM .!... .1II>11ea. FOR SALE 1 built-in bath tub your listings, all of which wltt
S. J:. Second avenue, Homestead; "The Seventh Command Stand for a Ui 4.4 to M .based Iknvoa 20.1 I have our best attention. Now lathe
'1Iend the Rev. James Cloonan I saw. OrUflMto >mbr>M>, UM MIowlMcrtM 1 kitchen sinks. Call Phone
palt r. _at"l special vocal solo by time to buy. B. W. Morris
IS roseris ) UM CwnDr 01 DW. (
Sunday mass at 9 a. m.: week day Mrs. Wm. Mnssehthlte. Evening stated derma, l.wit I P 0 now associated with R A. Cam- t
sot maas at ':45 dally. Sunday achool j' Low tt to 14 hi N. W U. PUI took 16)I I 1
nessacei "RealltUg Od"t I. Pan .. Sheldon M, Township (S fOR.SALE i burner oil eron. N. W. lit St. In Citizens,

ell Sunday following ii o'clock mas*. chalk drawing by'L. A. Yeuar -.. Review .. Lack: notaliilni M Virgil D. Lyon 3. W. Mowry. Bank BId. Phone Tl
le- -oCoaaaauhion for, women the tint Aetna maw or h- to IM onsets. of
and special music by young D.*.. sated ..-. (0 I)
ich, Sunday ,of month; .for men MId peeple'l choir.Mver The .-... of MM. property ..oWMM SALESMAN WANTEDMAN a

It, 4 ystk second Sunday of month I II 1M rarHflrMt Wood WM in tile Santa FOR SALE->-Eggs: fryers tomato
,d1 Hely hour Thursday before first I Palm Community Church i MM. .....,..... shall U 1.4.rw.d 1'11ntr all varieties of fruit hi WANTED for nearby Raw-

ten JaUayiof-atoath-At f:.45 p. m. Mill -tbe Re*. H. .-Or Cowan, 'put.oP.1 -.ariar be Ie. SMpme.rto .dra1.lbd. season. Shanklin Grove, H mile leigh route. Real opportunity for

IIJ firs .tridll: at 7:30: a. m. Bene- Sunday school every Sunday at 10 I tko therein Coort-kooM, will ko sold door to.the.. tko kltiort flea kMdor Monday M west Fla. City, Redland rd. and right man. Writ Rawlclgn Co.

dlctioa"of, .the ,Bleiaed.S. (cramfnt Fa. :-m.; preaqhing'services on first, to.lINt toontk.of Mo..o k r. 1'... wkkkOn. II Palm ave. (l 25-O II) Memphis Tenon- .,..u4 3-OMr .
Sod dnp f Ho.oito, Itaa.Dotod .
-after mass. I(third and fifth' Sundays at 11 a Uikj trd .... of BopMnhor. IMS.E. or see B. C. Murphy Homestead h

I 10111ly 11lin i and ( p. m. B LEATNERMANAN. TOMATO Pepper and Broccoli Fla. (o J) '
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH Clark of ClnoH Court. Doito Ceu.yCIran11 plants. Simons cor.. Silver Palm .

y HrM CUy-Broadway and j)I OcL 11-Morning sermon Court SVil rtorMo.Bp Dr., & Richard Rd. (s 4 U) WANTED i

by the Rev. Allan McFarlaneof M. C. STK.RP.ETT.: D. a

day Sixth street Sunday school at Miami. Since the day Is Co- '....L II. Ort I. ,. II. III) MANGO CHUTNEY 3c an os. or {
WANTED By sn old line legal
9:43 a. m. for pupils under 20
ivy yeai'llof to-Church Sunday It la hoped NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB TAI 39! a pint. Jungle Grove. life Insurance :
ut age; morning service at 11 PEED reserve company
, a o'clock. Wednesday evening services all members and friends will (I...... BUI No. fallNOTICE CARISSAS, lOc qt. CUTTINGSand operating In six states duly licensed 1 j
make special effort to attend. IS HKKKRV C.IVRK that j
Itythe which include testimonials I I. T. Ch..I1._... holder of State and SMALL PLANTS for sale. | by your Insurance Department -

of healing and experiences and remark Princeton The Rev.1l. G. Cowan ootitr Tn< OrtWInto Nn. ........ .Mad UM1th Mrs. Geo. W. Koset Jungle ) a reliable competent
day of Ano-uit A. p. hM MM
tel' *' on Christian Science 6 P. pastor; the Rev. L. G.. Adams same In my orfln. end hM made nupHm.ttnn Grove, Redland road and Plum- : general agent manager capable
m. The public Is cordially Invitedto for o tax deed to on denied Ikonronold mer drive. I i of handling agents under royalty -
we assistant pastor. Sunday school at
I i Crrtlflroto h. the followIn.oWrlbrd contract with home office supervision
ra- attend.Oct. 10 a. m and preaching at In the county.( Dodo
iol everySunday. I stair of blends, towrIxrt. >. FOR SALE Guavas Sc lb.. only I building mixed debitson

for 11 Lesson-sermon I Preaching at 7: p mon 7 .M 9 In a. W IA Sahdlr/alon In small quantities. Jungle unusual Industrial plan This
-:0 first Sunday of month. ..f Sortloo. as. Town.A1e .. South' ,
the topic "Are Sin Disease and Romro 40 East Plat Book .. Pam ta,. OroJtedwnd.. advertisement will not appear

Death Real?" I J, Ort ll-Sfrmnn, 'by LroPojrserU wassaluIs' 10 ACV" 1.e. ar lad' In I II again Reply with, reformo 'lo
old \rt, C.e." d Dad,, son. d Plarld.ae.eeet I M cottonseed la CorUCIoMn N; IMS.Th .
11 o'clock..' ..M ISfaa.etI Visible, a.ems.nt ." MM .. All States Life, Montgomery
CHURCH OF CHRIST I &1M st .. .need. was Ia tile ..- the noM OrUflr t. 5.5.4 -:1: I Alabama.
01 rgfyry ;I tamed CNWOWXr
non Homestead- First avenue and METHODIST, FREE Cal,. :? s to kail ... rodomoit 1.... I a 11. mnrk 4. Survive H......
K I dtnsea/ae r hawk .-lee P.atwry dtwlb.d, add.;,. Pbt ama l7' Pow ''ii."T U, LEGAL NOTICES
W. ruth street; T. J. Hunton, I Fonda CUr-Mm.'trnest War- ....... will he new to the hlsbest bidder the County of h.... Bata of FlorMa.n \
minister.'Bibley at.10 a. m.; I ran pastor. Sunday school tko Oourt-Mu door on the tint Minidu rmkroNd' In CWIIfkoU ".. Ttlfl NOTIC9 """ :
hi the month of Norrmkrr. 1(114. whlokoith. The ..shame of said proptrl under I .
. corrtmunlon fellowship and 10 a. m.; pre.clllli"ll a. mi arid tnd day of N jwrr. KM the MM Certified.. based U tilt J'ununnl to the i> -.l.li'n. of lum

.oneIx preaching at 11 a. m.; preaching at !, 8 p. m.; Junior meeting 6:10 p. m.} IItIW ... M!II 0/ SATHESM. In,. came 0' UNDO". i INIM.-rdy elves' Bnitkltm or Tk.AM flnl< Net I'u11..t.pph. Wasl Bonk i.
OrUMnatoi ilull bo notationad
: Unique oak -
7:JO p. m. Prayer, meeting Wednesday { 7:15. } AN. ..f Hv<......d. lo the .Hit ,.f Homr-t r.'
Young Peoples' meeting : forth of Oh' rM .... Dade Oonnqt omordtoir to low ik property dMrrlhnl _.
out at 7:30: p. m. j Florid therein. will k> ..iM Ui tko klrkott Wave state of riorM. that the liability lou" d
i Prayer and clan meeting 7:30: Incident nf ..,.... itf Its M.MMnncork
0 n *
Bp N. O.< ew CHURCH OF COD Thursday Clrrult Conn B..liSnit In the month of N."'........ IM, which by the plorbloM of _Inn (IM I.
.,,,,, .. ooimdnl nndttvrttan
II S a.
too 1 M. CM. t, tIs. til to the tnd Air of Nornokfr. ItMMtod I Act.
21 .r UM Momrn.M
the Kith du of twnsr. I IOr
Its.ich. Homestead-808 N. W. First PENTECOSTAL B shelf ..- u. IJ\ I. IMt
.... ...
order of the H. of 111.J. -
I Drell I Ctor of Clrrult Court .
avenue; J. H. Oodson minister. | '
MrLENDnK. Cn.nl.
Goulds-Rev. John H. Stroud (S>.... Rill No IM Daft Coontr. Plorld. I r
,.1- Sunday school at 943: a. 11\.1'' (Oft. 2.M., :261NOTN'R ,
paitor. Sunday school at 9.45: : NOTICE IS HrKSSY OIVfN that Circuit Court MlBr
preaching at 11 a. m. Int7:30 HSY C. I earl. of H JAMM. D ClOrt .
p.m., preaching" at 11 a, -or. Bird -7r30 p Coupir Tw .,...h.MN. SIN1.ISsyodd a, t. K. tl. 10) or II.Urll'l SALE
Junlar Y. P. at 9.45: m. Prayer NOTICE: II HEREBY; mN that "nd. rand
Valam p. hi.
I m.; Young people's meeting 6:80: tl-r 7th A. 0 ISM. ,
riM -'fr I : :. and hM wads i NOTICE: OP APPLICATION' FOR TAX rirtus d Li. Final II.en = Fur.
meeting 7JO Mir
; p. m. Wednesday. aspllr.tk I ;: .
p. m.: Ladies' prayer circle, Tues ... for In ..... to .. iMurd tkira.dowrlb DEED piss nnderad I In That earl. .' I.rndIne
ese day at 2.30 p. m. Mid-week prayer ... Said Confident" ewhsrs the follow.Ina 1110.... Bill rib IfllNOTICK In the Circuit COlI" or tow RI-4-nth
CHURCH In sad for Dade rn
OF THE NAZARENE JudLlol Circuit n-
In tho : IS HEREBY hat
I property Cauay oC
service Thursday at TlSO p. m. ty, riorMo" In whlrh ,...., K. B.hrri.k ...
DSde. fct<> O b" ) T ChrfatlaBMI. koldor of "BUM and .
CoiMflLot.. Ns. P10111Jfi, and i. K Clrlfp, M in. .r.0o.d.nw
.meatead-The Rev. Howard .' II BI te.R.sa El tiq Cmmw Tat Ul. 111. lie.Ml I
i Eckel FIRST PRESBTTERtAN 11.ond L"awaetlletfY ? vIaI ,.. flilt and AM, Mesa HM lot ON pf Aonot. Mto EgnHr COM Kimk'
Pasta ."Sunday school atl I ...... I Pate 8t. C6MItr ofD A. D IM*. kM fllod meow In on offlM.ond : ., unMniond Bpx-ltl I Mwt.r
9.4S a! DIr; p' acftlYig at 11 a. m.1 CIIVRCIIHomesteadRrome <.., State of PlnrMiIkr kM mode opplk-oikm for tax dead tjM |its C"n., ..,. appointed, hy the Court ml
do .... for
Slid Ortlflcatao l terror, will offer MM M p.ihlcnurlli
and 7:30 p. frill -NY, P. S. and MMMmont of aid) proprrto o.4krIh. Mud tlwroon Uw .... l beat bidder for
n to blab and
left avenue at r aid r.rMfta.1- vr* WM lo. She MM kroot tlM foUowIno1 doHfrlWd proportxttooted .
Juniors meeting at 830: p. m. ) oft JUS. w. BEU.Uiilm .. u Dodo Comb. auto of ,.......: male .t the South ... ., d,.,.r tr the t urth .
left N. 16th street the Rev. E. L. Nelson ......
Prayer ; ..ld <....,n..too .ull) b. radmnHlMoordliur """' &, of Dodo County in the Cloy uf M>
meeting Wednesday minister. Bible school at to Uw, the proptrtr dnarOKdlh.rrtn LAN to M H NEU SuMn. of So* nml PlorMo. 00 Like lad day I NoonihrrA
.I .,, ,
I Ing 7:30.: will bo MId| to the kl._ bMikrt eta M Township I M Sootk. Hun *tKwt. U. 1ISS kotwom tk. uf \-n
sit: 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. > the Ckwrt-hoUM door .. Dw tide M... Plot seek t. PUN ... ta tko A. at end two orlorl P. .... II...
deraI j Princeton-the Rev. C. H.eveD-1 and ( p. m. Young peoples' meetIng day I" the mouth of November. 11M. .h.... County of Dote. auto of rtorUo.. M OMoribMl. In ,Mid D..r... MHMMII
to the ln< day of N.......... ItM.O.H4 embraced I. Certificate No. Ml Tk.MMMOont I..h Covnty florid -wli
at 730. ...
: II\ and II' Slob 11 I f ORAM.l'>.
1 don pastor. Sunday school at : ; this. Both i0 at Rvlrwkot 1914. of MM. Property ooclM tko .... ....
.h. M
M plat
LLATHP.RNAIi. MM. OrtmroM Mad I I. the prr "
E. H WM mum
preaching at 45 ,
I : a m. :
put Is-b 14. Ill 1'Ut.lk. rrcorov
OcL 11 Morning sermon: Clerk of ClretiH Court of John DrawUW .
ID'tj'I p. m. Junior meeting at C:30; At I Doilo County, riorM.ClRult I (8 A 14 III NEH SUNNI oTRation of Doo County Ml.) prupfrlyottnoto
"Loyalty to Church. air
youn'l my It TowMhlp II South, ROOM ta cold,. oounly end taM
people's meeting at .30.. Court
r : 1:15 young people's rally la So.1Br B. ikurt 4. EMI: Plat Honk I. P... .M I. the Said MM tok. koi) for lk ........ ..fMUnfylos
,- r&wUng Wednesday at 7:30 Miami. No evening church (OWL S. S, ..Dit'OI County ot Deed, abate of .......... M MM Moi'io
....- ta Ortirirau. No Ml The W W COLDON. Jl
:R EPISCOPAL I service. NOTICE of. 4rl.I'ATION. FOR TAX ooin.oiiot .f MM. property onotir UwjoM BPO.W needed m Chan.-/
DEED OrtlfMou. knioid WM ta the OOOMof Brat ... Dot S. 8. la. Ill

Clio.... Hill "' .. IUVOTirr > John Draw
l SL I..a'-s E. Second avenue i ........ .
IH HEREBY GIVEN IVH Loin to 14a MWU of Boo. -- -- --
and Fourth street Homestead; the TRUTH I. M SHOWN. holder of .SUto and CMHkr two M Township II SoMk. .._ .t
0"1 PUS Plot Book .. Puo ... .,waft
:Rev. Wm. C Jr. Tn CortUlmto. No. refits ni m (Sl
Taylor pastor Homestead-branch of sal 14ft. toiood the ale day of AUKO. tai IS Acres mere or I'M. ta MM Slaw MEN WANTED '
Sunday schedule: Holy Eucharist I A. D. IRS. kM Mod MOW to our "" (.... .... of Don ate ot ....... aa oou
with ( I Spiritualist. Temple 'of sold kM nods plK.lhHi, for a tee does bead .. OrtiriMto N. '.1. Tko
and at
hymn sermon a. m.; .. carne of MM ender tko
Woman's Club 410 N. W. Eighth to belief IhrroM Sold' CortlfholMo proportp
Sunday school at 9-45 a. m; Young oroM the tollowlo 4nnlkrd in age ftlo MM VortirkoM Hued WM ta tko MUM T traJa far positions la elertrkrefrlferaUe
i avenue. Men's Bible class and *
i the. Coookjr of Dado, tea of rtorUa.I of dos
JO People's Service League (:30 p. young people's lyceum at 7:15 p. ..... CM I.D-i.: ......... of BoitlMM.
m. at parsonage on Avocado drive. I H'I to SI. Hlnrc I, Parolee W...... TowMklp M *ootk. ..... MPet an! air eandlUon-
m.; healing by Dr. J. Cart Hobson a (....**.. Plot Book II. rpm ,.., ta Plot Book (. Pnoo AS. Motola.IMI .
Tuesdays: Holy Eucharist at 9 a. m. at 7:43: ; lecture and message at the *...." of no k>, Htoto of Pk. .Mo. I I* Awns moro or IM ta tko Cooo.tp log field. Pie experience nrm-
Fridays: Holy Eucharist at 'f L m.Holy 730. M OOJhrMd l. CortlftaoU. No. t>17. of goodie. BMW of norldo M m. .
days.asannounced.. : The a.e..wsmt i of MM prooortr oodrrUM decal ta OrUffc ta No. Ma. TW ....,. Far dteiails write Drpt R
onto MM Ortlflnl Awed WM to OH Mii..n..nl of MM. property oodor tko
MOM of UNKNOWN MM Ontflroto toiutd WM ta fit.. OOOMf
OIL Hsjnmloaj corporateeam) This Isn't News"I -. I to 14. .k.t .. Estates, ........., MM Draw 774. Kef. Bug, InC Warm

at .... don't know whether to buy a o Snkoo... Plot B ok tl. Po ,.. rthe Intel It red IS .. KTU: loodo offtrattoo '
,7 a.
BaU.I1.. Toaesalown. Ohl.
Comfy of DoilK. ata.., of PlorMo, M TowoAlp IS Bootk. lawn I
house or a car." IM Moderated ta Certificates .... ,1ft. 01 Root, containing I* AMM onra or

,ETANGILIOAL.a.trnUN'S& : "Buy a house, get a mortgage TW NOW. p..perty sodathe Debt Start of - --- -
s'.a!Pose do.
MM loHMil WM to DMwon. M om- 1
J.h>''s-Redland; the a._. on It, and buy a ear with the money of tINSNOWNSnaon Ho. Mo. TIM
r I -then you will have botJt.i ."- a- I ..II Ili-it .. Pay... 11-4101% I wresra .f eon parody flair w i GOT UP RESTED
Gee M. .Poth, pastor. Sunday a ? Plot Book It. Faso M. toM O.tlfkal Mad was I. the ""'"* ,
school each {Sunday at 10 a/ m. i Luatige Blaetter totlln.furner's Coootr of Do*>. Maid rtoilM. :.f'o. M. lams.tale. I FULL OF EKERGYVH
;. English krytc'e ion second: Sunday 04 oinoidtow to .... Iko proportir oMilkoi f *VH low, otaMlo. odockf.. bad MmtOokla. a
of each month it I p. m. and Ger- JOHN o. ftAULJrr PONT "0. 'i Ikorota will or MM' to DM khlMot bidder UMO tore personae ..... Crow Loul .
.t.... Court konoi tier oo She fired Mow l IMO TokkMo. ... erreaePaloo l i wu prompt/!
man service on fourth Sunday. at Funeral Home AMERICAN LEGION day ta the oHMk of No k r. IMt. which I poHMot. poonoo otoorM ..... Ml HIM ".-wI
t p. so. k the led dnp of Naeenbw, ItW.Coord I I porOM, NU of MonrT. eel Hod CTOM 1- 00En -
14-UK. AMBVJ.\NCB"8ERYICE Merta tlk.feea/\ Iblr We.In.adaf Ul. lint for of IWoMnlvr. IMI I IATHER. | T.bte14e.. TIM foovMi... ..-H| CrtMmork .
E. .". on low orbs. l la >' i" """< -
METHODIST. EPISCOPAL Lady Attendant I p. M. AmrrletMi LcfInn BW, Clerk. of CI....... Costs- Undo c-..>. rno Samoan wnw lui t-10,. i P ,.

old pest .,..., fIq U Knukf Ate.Ilimrairsil Florida I .iJ"'r .. jMluomuir r'' : .n.. ', ;
.. U (' MM.: II. 4' .1,11and
.tFteridi CJty/ JftuamaaRy: Church Pbona ,...n BomMtmuL Fla. ClKoJt V lain sent Ol >- .
: F.,. > K, N <' STmillCTT P iHk rwor l'.". end 1" i l n >< I ii
1113. + gk eblllly pastor. I ._. ,. ... _, .. kl '
re ,, ; ? .to JIll **, n Uw I. ... Mi i IMII.IO, alb i5 s 006. uouio< pack

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Twelve THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday,October 9,1936
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Chase&Sanborn,dated lb. Pillsbury's 20 lb.bag

Coffee 2c Da t Flour 'Ie

Maxwell House lb. N.B.C.Buttered 1g.pkg.

Coffee X7c SATURDAY SPECIALS Ritz 21.c

NO.1 TALL CAN Libby'sMSlk,3iallcaiis! Zl.c ARMOUR'S TARGET ,.

f Each ......... lOc SUGAR, cloth bag, 10 Ibs. S3c can .......... 15c

f PORK & BEANS Snowdrift, 3 Ib. can c TOILET TISSUE ,

lib.can ..e..... 5c I CAKES BULK 6 rolls ......... 25c
Palmolive Soap, .... 17c Brown Sugar, 4 Ibs. 25c
SODA CRACKERS Apple Butter ......:19cQkjag Vz gallon. fee Melba Halves
1 lb. pkg. ..... lOc HERSHEY'S PEACHES2No.2Kcans.35c

Dill Pickles ........ 19c COCOA 1 Ib. pkg. .. 13c,
Graham Crackers Salad Dressing, qts. 25c CORN, No. 2 can --.10c RED CHIEF OR
llb.pkg. ..... 13c SPAGHETTI ORMacaroni ILB.PKO. Top Hat

FANCY pkg. ..... 5c Jewell Lard ... 15eUu.oGG'S DOG FOOD
: Whole Grain tall can ........ 5c
TOMATOES .... 25c
-RICE- Corn Flakes_ ,_ 2 pkgs.5c .
5 Ibs. .......... 25c I Garden Peas .....- lOc Wheat ... 25c
Assorted flavors

I' MEAL or GRITS ROLLED S LBS. 4 pkgs. ....... 25c

t'! 5 Ibs. .......... 19c iiibND Roast 27c I Spare Ribs 33cANY CANNON

j' CUTGeorgia GEORGIAHot Fancy Chuck
! Tomato Juice Beef ROAST TIPS

i r f 24.01.' can --.10c STEAKSlb. SAUSAGE lb. ..__.... 18c No.'2 can..... .... 25c 0
........ 25c 2 Ibs. ....... 35c
BreakfastBACON Daisy
Tomato Soup CHEESE

tall can ...__u 5c lb. ........ 35c lb. ........ 25c lb. ........ 32c. 2 lb.jar e....... 35c

i Coca Cola .-.. 25c
j qts. __..__.... 25c M (Plus deposit)
VINEGARgallons Potatoes, 10 Ibs. .... 27c String Beans, 2 Ibs. 15c Tomato Ketchup21g.

L ....... 59c BABY YELLOW YELLOW bottles for.25c
SQUASIUlbs. ..... 15c ONIONS, 3' Ibs. .... lOc

I bottle .....h. 25c Sweet Potatoes.... 19c GRAPES, 2 lbs. .... 15c From Local Farms

\ Dried Baby Limas, 3 Ibs. .. 25c Salt,square pkgs.,3 r or.....lOcOnlyOneSoIutionqtbottIel5c RED TAGApricots r
With Dish Goth No. 2% can ....18e
Chipso,large pkg. ........... 25c SOUR RED-PInED' s

Super-Suds,3 pkgs. ....0..... 25c Pure Gold Cherries, No.2 can ....... 15c !
P. & G.Soap,3 bars ........ 13c2'lb.pk 6 lb. bag.25c Bliss Tea, % lb.pkg. ...... 2ge

*. Flour { 12 lb.bag.45c Standard. qt. -... 5ge
Crystal White Chips ..... 17c 24 lb.bag.r .85c OYSTERS Extra Select qt.....75e
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