The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00094
 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 16, 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: UF00087294:00094
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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picture of moral laxity and drunken reckless- f
under the "Thi More Abundant 'tftli! 'ittAtnmar" : Makes Possible Realization
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ORDERED FOR displayed. -
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Life" in the throwaway advertising program ., .. B.w.4 .- of Long-dreamed-

pllblMed by the local moVie theatre magnate, was Dale |M"|MUl| Bar| Rats of Project p
Oct. 9 I 81 I 71 20t .02 -
LINK not brought about the Roosevelt administration
TO TRAILI by Oct. 10 |'IHf T4 2188Soil
as the editorial beneath the picture avers. It was Oct. 11 | tit TJH 01

i brought about by a cleYerly maneuvered campaignby Oct. It h__ .1| H 1 Tl I 42 CANALS ENDORSED
Oct. is. ._|eovi| 71 1007 .18 -
>i Information Obtained Too theji uor.interests qver the entire period of pro- Oct 14 | 87 | ea r
hlbitionf .' Oct 15 .... i ea | ts 1"29'51:: .03 Six Projects Added by Local -
Late for Official
And the most subtle, effective instrumentalityused Planning Group
1 by the liquor interests was the moving picture.On FRATERNALCIVICLEAGUE to County- List

WOULD SAVE 50 MILE the screen, the youth of the nation wei picturedas Six hundred and forty acre

J DETOUR BY GABLES drinking bootleg whiskey at wild parties and in STARTS fronting a mile on Biscayne. Bay
between the Florida City oral
motor ears so persistently until young people who
and the North canal. have been
Road in Present Condition would otherwise never have thought such things PLAY (ON MONDAYMasoiut offered by James Sottile, '".,

Nearly Impassible necessary to a good time got the idea that this kind president of South\ Dade Form,
Ino, a* the site for a bathing beach
hi-de-ho and
of was expected e Jf the modern girl
J for 8 Miles
and park in connection *.1111 the
boy-and no young matt or young woman,wants to and 'Odd Fellows construction) of. th'iceple tllcr-

It .....J.t.1. learned from II reliable .ea, back p-umber ii ',:'::. :. .'.:...,.., :II to Cross.DataJn.Fir t. front I'hwar.n4 recreation cen
,. "source lilt night that work wouldprobably Violatlott of the prohibition law was pictured in of 12 ,Games tat proposed by the Dade County
begin lOOn on the resurfacing planning Board In its six year plan
of Krome avenue from the the movies as almost a patriotic duty-the smart I of public work now In process of
,. Tamlami Trail south for a distance and intelligent thing to da The first game of a 12 game development
of at least eight mile, which cd""- schedule of diamond ball to be Mr. Sottile offer wa made! at
; era the portion ol the road that has Picture! after picture took crack upon craik at en.torcemetIt. pUyed by a league composed of the initial Meeting last Friday
:' been welt high Impassable. for These pictures Came to Homestead as the Homestead lodge of the Odd night of the South Dade planning
bout two Fellows and Mason, the Homestead committee In the Redland District
years.It well as to other rural communities where the social I
Rotary Club and the Redland
U Understood that definite Chamber of Commerce building
arrangement have been made for tone of the young people theretofore had been District Lions Club, will be played when It was mentioned that development -
materials Further than that the healthy. Asked why it showed such pictures, the at 7:3d Monday night On the municipal [ of a bathing beach and
I .Information dot not goi and there (continued On Page Four) field. The opposing teams park east of Homestead had Inn*;
._ _
will be1! the Odd Fellows and Maion -
not time last night to obtain
was been a dream of local public: spirit
verification from official sources *. I ed men that had not made much
Practically every civic organization Far South Gun Club TO CARRY ON FOR I Only bond tide member who progress to realisation" because of
in the Redland District has Buys Shooting Towers; were in good standing on Oct. 11 the difficulty In contacting the
J repeatedly made pleas to the state WILCOX : 1938, will be permitted to play, It various owner of the desired
highway commission tohave Fat !South dun club "which TARIFF was decided at a meeting of team I water front
\ Krome avenue repaired so thai The ; I club representative last night I Another waterfront tract of toe
J Sufn
its t 1 meeting
adopted name
,I motorists and commercial trucks tt the Homestead TELLS AUDIENCE I Only one game 1* scheduled for ,acre to the north of the Mowry
would not have to go nearly 50 day morning will meet tonight Monday night but after that it Is street canal wad lira offered by
v miles out of their way to get to Country Wilson-Tomer Club fertilizer probable that two game a night Mr. Sottile In connection with the
In the
the west coast from Homestead wlU be played twice a week on county planning board's expressed
warehouse to elect officers and
The Trail Is 19 miles from the further for establishing Another Democratic Ral- Monday and Thursdays Plantar desire to create several bathing
north limit of Homestead via make plans tentative yet, however, and
city l a amall-bor rifle, pistol, and ly Slated for Park beaches for negroes throughoutthe
Krome avenue. To avoid broken are subject to alteration county; Both tract would be
skeet shooting range on. the Country Tomorrow Night
springs and broken necks, motorIrtl"s which the The usual admission charge to deeded free and clear to the county
club gun
have been obliged to g<* 20 the the games will be made, and after with only the stipulation that
club hat been given privilegeof
mile via the concrete highway to expenses of ball and other incidentals they be Used for the purpose for
Red road at South Miami, thence using Mark Wllco told an audienceIn
arc paid net proceed: will which they are offered.
four miles to the Trail, and from Tower for skeet hooting were telot'ark Saturday night go into a Christmas charity fundto The South Dad planning committee
j there to where Krtrnie avenue purchased this week from the that he stayed In Washington all be" administered by I joint committee endorsed most of the 30
meets the Trail Is another. 11 miles. Coral Cove Dun club In Miami during the summer of 1134 to aid representing the four organization project already on the county

grower of this section In their *. i (Continued on Fag Ten)

Local Future Farmer Leaders Seeking fight for higher tariff schedules in

the reciprocal trade agreement between Local Lions Would lestrict Powerin
National Honors at Kansas City Oct. 19
Cuba and the United State,
Of Governor : New School Code
and-that If elected he would con-

j Leaving yesterday for the national which I* the hlhnIward in the I tinue to fight with *a eye to the ---.............
convention of Future Farmer organisation. There ate only expiration of the treaty next September A state board of education appointed then devolve upon the joint meet-
j of America to be held In Kansas seven American Planter In Florida by the governor with big to wake another recommendation -
City Oct 'lf-22 were Oeo N more than two members from -l read the added section
Wakefield vocational agriculture Th winner of the national He called attention to the fact congressional district and loA recommended, the proponed'
instructor In Homestead High chapter competition will be announced that he wad the first congressman member from the state at large, ,I I code, which wa laid on the table
School and adviser to the Homestead during the national farm since the civil war to have two was recommended in a report I for I week to permit full consideration
chapter of Future Farmers, and horn hour over the NBC network major piece of legislation passed made to the Redland District Lions and possible addition or
Myron Grennell president Of the : from 11:30 to 1:30 p. In., Oct. In his freshman term. The greater Club Tuesday night by a committee 'amendment' read a* follows:
Florida F F A. and member of the 20, Mr. Wakefield aid. part of his speech was devoted to appointed to study the proposed I 1. Abolish the present slate
local.chapter, and Alvin Simmons, While In Kansas City the party. championing the re-election of ichoel cede that would make board of edut- tio See Article
assistant to Mr. Wakefield who I* will be the guest, of the Shawnee President Roosevelt and refuting big change In Florida educa- XII, Section 1 of the Constitution
decking the American Planter degree Mission chapter of Merriam Kan, claim made by Landon. tional administration method and Section 754 C. O t In Its
Mr*. Wakefirld and Mr*. which wa visited by Mr Wake- Another rally under the auspicesof Another change suggested by place neat a state board of education -
'; ( Simmons accompanied them, field and ft member of the Homestead -I th* Dade County Democratic the committee would put a curb of seven or more member v
Mr Wakefield, Judged the best chapter this Summer executive committee will be held oo the governor power of appointment -I i to be appointed by the Governor,
vocational agriculture teacher in H. t. Wood, Itinerant teacher- In Legion Park tomorrow night at by giving the elective one from each eongmiianal district -
the state,la representing the Homestead trainer at the University of Florida I clock. Speaker will include county board of education of and the others from the itaU
chapter, Judged the best it Gainesville, and Letter Judge H. J Dame, Judge Worth each congressional district, In at large, and not more thin two
chapter in the state in competition Poucher, president of the Florida W. Trammel, Benjamin Axelroad Joint session authority to reconv. from any congressional d.itrtct,
for the national championship.I Future firmer Jn IMS, who U and Mrs. T. T. Steven, it wa announced mend to the governor the member jnember to be appointed ,*wh
Mr. CreuieD is th* state representative also in quest of the American at Democratic headquarter of the state board front their district year after the first set UI. Tlj
Mr. Simmons hat made Planter degree, will Join the groupIn in the Cave building early! for nit -onfinnation Should board to be eompo'< ruing
application for the Planter degree/ ,j GalneiviU ; this week the governor dlupprovc It shall (Continued i .>y. -_


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Page Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday October 16. 19J6:

I Townsend Club to Hear : In his power to aid local Institution -. wsaandoeh. For many yean he 9;
*. of course managed the estate of General i
War Time Celebrity
13 The guest speaker was Hollte' Samuel L. Lawrence and in 1112 '
I i
TO SWELL PLEDGE FOR. AIDTOSTATIONHERE Rinehardt president of the Coral he went to Puerto Rico where he .
Edward F Treb, organizer of *
Gables Chamber of Commerce I superintended+ large grave
I the Chamber of Commerce of the I Mrs. Awl Ltmdborg, secretary of 1 2S he returned to Florida and
SWIM\ 1 POOL FUND United Stale, will be the guest that organization, "'lIPOke. JudgeA. I lived near Homestead until 1825 \
speaker at the meeting of the
B. Small and other members when he moved to California. In
Homestead Townsend Club ta tttr ,
he returned to
of the Riverside Improvement Association June 1135 Home-
Junior Woman's Club Neva King Cooper School auditorium I Holt Tells n. D. I. A. He at Miami were Introduced stead in the hope of regaining his j
Sunday at 130: m.
p. I Wm. W. Johnston falling health. i
Is Ashamed of PresentAppropriation by presidentof
Sponsors Event; $72 I Mr. Trek was national field the Redland District association He 1* survived by his wife, tin. '

From Rote Dance secretary of the Chamber of Commerce Arche F. Mills, San Francis, j
of the United State for five three daughters Mrs Froacner, tl tlMrs.
Another speaker was the Rev. J.
year after organizing It and he James K. Carr of San Francis '
I C. Sims of Miami, whose witty,
Three candidate for the Flor-
AH net proceeds of the big Halloween visited every city and town of 10- humorous and eo and Mr*. Kenneth M. Butland
themselvesto yet sympathetic remarks -
dance to be given by the 000 or more population in the legislature pledged Of Detroit; three sons. David Bar- 1\
I were the spice of the
for pro-
work Increased annual I
Junior Woman'a Club of ,country a* a counselor on community an ton Mills San Francisco, Robert i
stead at the Homestead organisation. During the appropriation for the Sub-tropical gram. L. Mill, Jr., RIo de Janeiro Brazil ;
Club Oct 31, will go Home-I World War he wa a member of Experiment Station at Homesteadat and Cecil B. Mill, San Diego; 1 1I
the commission of a meeting of the Redland District Robert L. Mills Die of
swimming pool repair oversea the I two brother, Paul D. Mills ;
E J. Oyal ways and mean United State Food Administration Improvement Association At Home of DaughterPrivate Berkely, CaL, and Fred Mill of
man of the general swimming pool envoy extraordinary of the president Monday night In Redland School Winter Park, Fla.; and 12 grandchildren 1
committee announced.At to the Dominion of Canada auditorium. They were H. EOverstreet J
I and staff lecturer and J D. Holt, Democrats funeral service for
on war conditions
a meeting several week ago and Henry Dehrrna of Robert Lorimer Mills 67, who died Tre-Showing" of Buicks ,1
the Junior Woman's Club voted to Princeton, Republican. Saturday at the home of his daughter
sponsor a dance for the benefitof For the past 12 year Mr. Treb Holt laid he is ashamed of the Mrs. E. A. Froscher on West Slated Here TomorrowA i

the pool fund and at a recent has devoted himself to educational 11,000 that the station If now receiving Epmore drive, were held Wednesday "pre-showlng of Buick automobiles 1
meeting Halloween was set as the work In the raising of funds for Oventreet raid he was afternoon In Turner Funeral will be held In the showrooms -
date for the event The committee philanthropic and charitable enterprises going to form a habit of laying no Home. Burial was In Miami of the Preston B. Bird Motor
on arrangements (* composed and to the reorganizationof to most appropriation, but the City Cemetery Co.. tomorrow, Preston B Bird, I
of Miss Pearl Whltaker, Mrs. L. community movement for bet- Homestead In
experiment station Mr Mills, who wa born Chicago owner, said yesterday
B. Danny, Mr*. J. 8. Horton Mr*. ter government would be one exception to this came to Dade County In 1883 The regular showing will be heldon
Herbert Turner and Mis Alice M. H. Lockyear and Dr. F P. rule. Behrena said that as a by sailboat from TltusvUl and Oct. 34, but everyone I II Invitedto
Hobson Ticket tale will be hand- Archer of Miami addressed the resident of the Redland Districthe homesteaded in the section of Miami attend the demonstration Sat-
led by Mr*. Joel J. Robinson Miss Homestead Townsend Club last could be counted on to do all that la now known a* Old 1 urday, Mr. Bird said.
Mary Bradley and Mia Grace Sunday E. H. Haisten who I II i
\ Hobson known a* Townsend BUI" entertained -
with music and Mrs. Woodson
Seventy-two dollar -
1 was netted
,S for the swimming pool fund from of Miami gave reports. ." re

the proceed of the dance given at
r the Country Club last Saturday ,W. M. U. Members Hear .. J

night under the sponsorship of Program on TithingA 4 j
the Homestead Rotary Club. Near-
ly fifty dollar wa realized from
program on tithing was presented .
r the three .
Rotary-Lion diamond Wednesday afternoon at -
ball game given recently for the the W. M. U. meeting in the First 1
pool fund. Thirty dollar was obtained Baptist church by Circle One under 'SAT
': through a tag day at the the leadership of Mrs. L. A., Wise ,
;. June primary election and another After a devotional by Mrs. W.
tag day is planned for the general R. Cheshire Mr*' Wlllard Fifield !

:, election on November 3. sang "Ninety and Nine" to piano 'HOE a

' accompaniment by Mrs. O I. Gault. 1
: Other numbers on the program
Retired Gold Miner
were the following talks: "The ,
'i+ Victim of Pneumonia Blessings of Tithing" by Mrs. W. .
B. Myrick, "The Blessings of Giv ,... J
Fred W. Swanson of Florida ing' by Mr*. Frank Irwin, :"StoriesOf
TIther by Mr C a:. Saunders,
City In the Dade County Hot-
!j' pita at 1'20 p. m. yesterday of and '"Grace for the Young Also'
Mrs. Chas. Martin.
pneumonia and complications. Ha _
I. was 85 years old. Funeral arrangements Circle Two will give the Novem-
await the arrival of brother ber program v 1937ke
Victor Swanson of Rapid City .ll.e ll
8. D., who la enroute to Homestead dike rush and was a miner In the
and could not be notified South Dakota Black Hills
of the death of the sick man to He 1s survived by a sister, Mr*.
I whOM bedside he was coming A Teckla: Falk In Sweden, and a
o; nephew. Arthur Swanson of Eus- niece Mrs. Roy Matthews of Gan.Compfctetij
': ( tis. ria. arrived Tuesday night Homestead a slater of Arthur -

i The aged, but until recently Swanson with whom she came to
1 husky bachelor who lived quietlyas Homestead In 1812 a* Mill Lulls ,

I a farmer In Florida City sine Swanson.
'I It 14, led a life of adventure and
. color prior to coming to the Red-
land District. Born In' Sweden, Turner's Funeral Home MJCUTTn.
he came to the United State in the
early 1880's. For five year he
I wa a sailor before the, mat He Lady Attendant

I spent five year in the Australian Phone 1(4.R Homestead, FaA :
i gold field, took part In the Klon-


; Solid Carload of a ,.




I j The second to come to Homestead, both

received by the Kilgore Seed Co.VV4MMMMMMMMM .

+ + *

These seeds are all Western grown and of

highest quality.

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The shipment includes Bountifuls, Giant

Stringless, Stringless Black Valentine and i

Full Measure Beans.KILGORE. ., I

SEED CO. i "I !

Feeds, Fertilizers and InsedlcidesI I I

TEL 13 Homestead Fla. Free Delivery ,

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Friday, October 16,1936 THE ENTERPRISE_ Pate Three_

Championship of B Sherwood Hodson Dies I l I NEGRO NOT MURDERED New Norge Ranges to BoOn tM dub, atwoiMMd at the meet-
I Ing Tuesday\ night
Display Next Week
League DecisivelyWon In Green Cote Springs J. W. Gammage U-year-old A talk on"}fate or Hatred," was

GtMiMki negro' came to hit death made by M. F. Hanna of Miami,
Rote TeamThe Sherwood Hodson. resident through natural cause, It was decided New Norge ranges for 1>37 are guest speaker.
by I by a coroner's jury Wednesday -I expected to>> be on display Monday
of the Redland District since:
In the show
of Redland
night after hearing of testimony room Appliance Security Week Talk
Tuesday. Death was due to en- In the Caves building
Homestead Club
Rotary by Dr. M. D. Thomas of
originator of the diamond bin largement of the heart He win be Miami who performed an autopsy Homestead, said IL W. Ashby Heard by Rotary ClubIn

movement last year, came Into its 1925, died in Green Cove Springs at the request ot Justice of thePeace I temporary manager of the store a talk to the Homestead Rotary
the absence of Mrs.
own Wednesday night when the Sid L. Kendrick. during Tracy
buried In Chrlttfleld. Nd. today.Mr. Club Wednesday Judge Sam
diamond ball team it sponsored Chinners, owner, who is 111.
Gammage, who died Sunday of J. Barco, chairman of the Dad
won the B league championshipby and Mrs. Hodson and their A new range made especially
heart disease, was at first thought County Board of Social Welfare
decisively defeating Tavern three children Betty Thomas and for the IOUth-Whe. the baking
to have been murdered becauseof
Store of Tavernier, 11-2, In the Janice, were in Green Cove of breads Is prevalent-will be one urged that the constitutional
abrasions his head 1'
third genie of a play-off betweenthe Springs so Mr. Hodson could take on apparently of the models on display, he said.This amendment to permit Florida to
received when It struck the floor
participate _in federal security
two team made necessary the sulphur baths available there. range has a double element
when Tavern Store won the second They went there after Mr. Hodson as he felLAlfred that will stand up under the strain benefit for its aged blind, and dependent
seized with a heart attack :ta of Mr. children be ratified at
half of the schedule: after the was repeated bakings Ashby I
Rotes had copped the first half Jacksonville ai they were returnIng E. Doyle Taken said. the polls on November S.

The Rotes also won the second I to Redland from Henderson- By Death on WednesdayFuneral Mr. Ashby took a course In Ilia talk to Human featured Security a program Week devoted -

game of the series, 11-4, Monday vllle last summer. electric cookery at the, laboratories -

night t Born In Laurel Del., In 1871, Mr. services for Alfred E. I of the General Electric Co.,,
The addition of Webb and Sin-I(Hodson attended St John's Academy Doyle, who died In a Miami hospital and has been specially trained In
core, who have not been playing at Annapolis. He studied Wednesday, will be conducted methods of cooking economically I I
regularly, plugged the gap In the law and was admitted to the Mary- at 2:30: o'clock this afternoon In with electricity which he panes
Rote Infield and their stellar playIng land bar In his younger years, the Homestead Nazarene Churchby on to prospective customers when
In addition to a two-hit gamo: he practiced law with his father In the Rev Howard Eckels, pastor I demonstrating ranges. A PI
and one five-hit game by Nelson Baltimore. He and his brother Burial will be In Palm Cemeteryat Mrs Chinners was operated on
Rote pitcher, completely stopped founded the Hodson Trust of New I, Naranja Friday but will be taken from the E
the keymen'a drive. York City, I finance and loan Institution Mr. Doyle who came to Home- hospital the latter part of the weekto
Nelson limited Tavern Store to that pioneered In small stead with his wife 28 yean ago the home of her cousins Mr. and
two hits Monday night,one a home loans. He came her during the from LaSalle Kansas was 68 Mn. A. J. Clayton of Miami. Mr.
tun by Finder, Tavernier pitcher; real estate boom and promoted the yean old. He was a member of Clayton Is distributor for Nor,,,
Webb led the hitting In the subdivision of Ponce'de Leon'and the Homestead lodge of the I.O. O. products In Dade County. .
Monday game with a double and carried on other realty business.He F. and the Carpenter's Union in
two singles and Gosaman copped lived In Homestead until several Miami. Lions Clothing: Drive

the honors In the Wednesday genie yean ago when he moved to He is survived by his wife, Mrs. To Take Place on Oct. 25 General
with two doubles and two singles. Redland. He was an Elk, a York Mary B. Doyle of Homestead; one
Nelson contributed three singleIn and Scottish Rite Mason and a brother, Albert Doyle of Osage 'The clothing drive In behalf of
his behalf Wednesday night charter member of the Redland City, Kan.; two sisters, Mrs Minnie needy school children made an- Public Utilities
Teddy Lowe got three of the five District Lions Club. I Richmond and Mrs. Rose nually by. the Redland District

key singles Wednesday Active in local Republican cir Tracy, both of Topeka, Kan. Lions Club will take place on Phone818M
Both the Rotary Club and Brooker cles he served as acting postmaster Pall bearers will be selected by Sunday, Oct IS Curtis Lee chair-
Lumber Co., champion of the about six years ago. the Odd Fellows man of the welfare committee of
A league, will receive a 12-Inch --- ---.--- ._.. ..::
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NrlllAni&nm 1 a IINrUw. a Mrk.eala 1b O 1 I''
Ib IRtMHrt 1 I MulMwr Ib 4 0 0 I A Drought-Ravished Nation Challenges I
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.. 44 11 101 Total _. 10 I a

e S 1 011Tawr.l 'iAhe Farmers of South FloridaCan

'''r@, \u at.n bast_ ,19.bbi: 100 tw.a ISO roast Q--r Plamloft 1: ; I

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far b M> RManr t Tivrr RtoM
II km w k.lto....rft: Prosier 1. Kahma I. =
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It bin off i Plmbr T l. I Iniilmi off
Rotoro a In I Inning sewn i Btoho*. A.
fUlrhOTt. ,. .. I Kobnw Ile
= Hiloixv IL Method i. E. Low*.
Umplmt SkMN ..4 Mrill.tarr Florida supply the country's needs for vegetables?
all, f k.1'..... 81.Slnoor sb t b
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Bbluw Ib ._. t I KoWrt ..f. I This question, raised whenever we seek tariff for protec- -
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Ands-"',...It Ib I| t I I 4''PI.dH.Md'........Ik tG 4 0 0 .0 tion of our winter grown crops, will be answered one way or
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n the other this
A nation will need
14.1w a .... I I a .WooI of I I 1 season. drought-ridden .
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: .! .! eyerythingwecanraise. '
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Let show the world that meet the Let
T... bass bleat w.bb. Gammas a. 04.1111the. us we can emergency. _
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bass bitNe1111 loft. T. _
arm atom t. Rotary S. WM M hall fit 1 us that the imported agricultural products
Roberts I. rtebMm I. sumo out hr Pl..... prove upon _
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I. o. II sift Pl.
l-l 10 In'Nat hn> ...: kiln' *..clb-hM: aft Plnd.rt.rrsr Roberta 4 In a which we ask a competitive tariff, are not needed to supplythe

Gwm... ._. McKrail. M.kmy.UmiriMI .
Shr>r4 and Nrlll. abnormal demand that will prevail. ,

BURIAL ESTATES In Flagler Me- -- --

,"$Jf St mortal Joseph's Park non-sectarian Memorial Park and We can do it if we will-to our own good profit, too. In ad- _

Catholic cemetery Miami.south The of only st. Augustine Catholic dition, we can have the satisfaction of having performed a _

in Southern. Only park-like Florida. cemeteries No tombstones patriotic service to a country whose stores of foodstuffs

,, featuring, no mounds trades Just In any now cemetery wear = have been left unreplenished because of one of the worst =

with which you are not entirely (
satiifted. Our prices most I droughts in history. I

reasonable. Perpetual care. Rrpjetentatlvt. :
In Homestead, Mrs. :

A. H. Lawrence at S. r. Mat- : We will be to show 25 miles of
thews' reildence. (p I 25) glad you over our square

':- farming land in South Dade and assist in =
AU Right lo DrIft : you every way

hear. you art letting your lit.I'I'I : possible in starting and carrying operations.
j tie boy drive your cat." :i on your crop I
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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE I pa'. be discouraged\ Co down THAT PICTURE, OF 1tOILLAXITY ''j/ .
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Too Late to ClassifyDr l j to the store and get your groceriesand

Published frhUr .1 110 nwlead RsuseH KayI I clothes, then corns round to (Continued from P.M PM) ,' *
ris bf the forth Bade ..-....- my office In the mornlo' and m a::::: -" .
rubushlng C*. was surprised the other day give you a Job.' That was a darn local movie management stated it had to take what .

to meet a good friend of mine, ** sight more than Mr Hoover ever was sent it, although it agreed that there was liquor

BtNARCUSK-' ; ____.__.-Editor prominent London button business man He ,had wearinga been did further/for us he helped But Roosevelt us get went the propaganda in some of the pictures. +

Entered M seeeedl class mall what I consider a rather militant money lor I new house He loan-' And another thing; the much ridiculed enforce

Putter March J{, UII, .< th* post Democrat for. many years and I ad In (4 our! money business at low Interest He said to use the ment of the liquor laws was I in the department of.> I
Mice at Homestead. Fiends, n4er was surprised.He \
I health and safety of the familywas \Andrew Mellon, Republican secretary of the treas-
she M ( March .. 1173.SM seemed to sens my astonishment -
-- and like the little boy caught more important he than balancin'the ury, many of whose millions were produced by ,
so put a new water
raict itM Am: with the jam ill over bU face and hydrant on our corner and built distilleries. J
sticky\ fingers, he began to stutter
I I and stammer in his defense "Yes," from a new flood dam to protect our home Repeal 1 of the 18th amendment was inevitable in
Seven Reasons Why Like Maybe savin' life
Our Minister he says.rm for Landon. I've and property and conservln' wealthIs the face of the avalanche of propaganda bolstered 1

been a good Pemocrat all my life WASTE, but if it Is I'm for It. up by a depression so terrible that men set up a howl
I He I II not I social bore. HIt but I can't stomach all this WASTE
Our national Income is back to to be allowed to drown their troubles Roose-
able to adapt himself to groups and Inefficiency"He openly. :
billion and
80 the future looks "
and circumstance with unobtrusive I was on the way to the bank bright velt in declaring for repeal simply speeded things :" J

dignity. and from the look of the bulky "Go ahead and veto for Landon up a few months and we are convinced he sincerely ,
2. He recognize the changingnature I bank book in his hand he was prepared If believed it clear I
you want to John but don'tphone necessary to the track of this overshadowing ;
of society\ and present a to make a pretty healthy de-
I me when the next crashcomes.
sound philosophy of life adequateto positHe also had an Insurance I issue to make way for consideration of
ahead and
Individual need The pattern policy and some stock and bonds yourself and see go If I care." shoot the plans he immediately put into effect to unsnarl ,. }
Is not ((range-it was flnt woven he was tixln' to put in his safety the economic
country's tangle. :1'1I i
by the Man of Galilee In simple deposit box.

language: "Love thy neighbor DI "If that ain't play money you Modernization of Homes I Certainly police records are appalling As long ': )

thyself" got in your hand," I says, "you To Be Lecture Topic as liquor is plentiful and its flow unrestricted, the 1I

S. He doesn't succumb to fall must be doin' some business" over I' police records will continue to be appalling. But '
ure In the sickening piety of "I at your place. How have things ,
The Homestead home beautification I :
Franklin P. did
Rooosevelt not :
suppose it la God'i wilt" Through been goln' this summer?
the eternal magnetism of a power He seemed relieved and pleased I class evening steroplcon will be lecture presented Tuesday by The people of the United' States, deluded by subsidized (;,' ;

higher than tilmielf he seems impelled I that made no comment his moving pictures a wet metropolitan .
op : Mrs H L. Cook who will substitute I press
to utilize science, psychololy political chang and he beamingly for Geo. N. Wakefield, teacher I and other agencies of the liquor trust voted overwhelmingly (
and uncommon sense In ascertaining
[ launched into *n enthusiastic account i of the class" who left yesterday to : to end .
the specific causes of the I of tile big deals he'd closed attend the national Future Farmers prohibition. .rl/
1. failure} and In making definite this summer, and how good business meeting In Kansas City There is no use to howl for the barn door to be :) J

4 plan for achievement.another effort for satisfactory ws. "Now," he concluded The subject for this lecture, the shut now that the horse is gone. Prohibition will "' J
"If we can just settle down to work
last of the present series, Is "Mod-
4. He never makes a target of and cut out all this governments ernization of Homes." come back some day to stay. But not until the people r;,. ..

me In nil sermons or prayeri HU WASTE and tomfoolery, everything All who are Interested lire Invited of the United States learn that a highly motorized c (

messages are geared to the commonsense will be swell" to attend the lecture which world! can not afford to have men out of their heMs .. oJ
level, revealing and em- "John "remember back I will be in the "
I say given agriculture wheels. is
at steering It terrible that we must get
phuslxlng the thinking understanding In 1933, how you and I cried on I room In the vocational building ,
Christ His genial man each other's shoulder when we got back of the high school. our lesson at the expense of human lives and human ,>,' i

ner and deep spirituality Inspire down town that mornln and fount misery, but it evidently has to be.
me to "look unto the bills from the bank closed, and how you How True ,
r whence cometh my help," swore you'd never put another Teacher (In geography lesson): In the meantime prohibition U not an issue! in the ", (

II. He wastes no time In trying _an4-eo kind of a dollar In such- "Now, can anyone tell pee when present campaign. The issue is: shall we continue <.i;< .:

i to defend debatable creeds. HI and-such kind of a bank so longas V* Pod mangoes" under the first intelligent leadership we have had .*
Interest If In people whom he you lived, and I agreed with Knowing little boy: "Yes, miss, t
bring to the Master and Implores, you and we both concurred on the wherever woman goes."-Atlanta since Woodrow Wilson or shall we go back to reactionary ,] I

"Lord, teach ui to know thy way." thought that there ought to be a Two Bells. stagnation? .a JmfLO'"O"

6. Ha li not a slx.day loafer law

He U busy all week, living among "And It was only short timebefore +I Il .
his people the splendid example that, John,you called roe UP ", I Ir
ot a well-oriented, civil-conscious, all Jittery when the stock market

world-minded citizen. went to smash and you were wiped :;\ \ \ "' iJIJl. l X :- 11

r 7 He I I. not perfect, but he Is out And I came over to your of- 4-\\1.' '
a plain man made great by the fice and we sat there with a quartof \ t' '
transforming, quickening power Illegal bootleg liquor between ,. !
of divine love tie Is entirely devoid us tryn( to drown our eorrowsand. lJAIJGI: ;
of that contemptible "holier you wanted to shoot yourself i ..... r -IfAsrAc.e.. ,
than thou" attitude He It one "1 114 you'd worked and ttrugjled -r.GgC .,:,
of ua!-The Christian Advocate, and saved far jhlrty f.are'onb' L...._ AfUaRIAt.
New York. ..-*.*tall your'wealth wiped rOrNS
out In a few i short weeksThe YlCrlA1. Guy t

Weakest Dictator stock and bond In your safety rto.qltJA '.Ho.rr
deposit box didn't offer much for .".. T.P QG/G .savMJtS "
Hitler U the weakest dictator +
either. Nobody want-
and Stalin Is the strongest Dr. IfA/2 .fP '
ed 'em; I remember you got ten ""
Ludd M. of Florida
Spivey, president
cents on the dollar for one block "
Southern College, said In an and fell pretty Rood >Ht it. fujurbig .AJlUSTfK4-S'r .
Interview in the !
Southern tampua
you'd stuck the ether guy : ,
weekly newspaper \
DI.cu..lnlr8Y11t of the poet "Apd, John, you know all\ the 1
summer in twelve countries, pr.; time this mess was brewln' and ,
Spivey attributed Hitler's weakness gettln worse ucla day. Mr. Hoover
to three factors-..lack of education and his Republican part} didn't
I neurotic temperament and do nothln' about it but lit around I
control by munitions manufacturers like a flock of crazy cricket and <<
i chirp 'Prosperity I* just around '. (

i "Germany as a nation Is 40 per the corner'. I
., cent worse than It looks" Dr. Spi- "In 1929 our nations Incomewas
. U vev said. "Boy and girls love some eighty billion dollars
n Hitler because they do not know Then somebody discovered our f ,
the rileanlng of his scheme. Mid' house was on fire and_ w* all got
die-aged people respect him Old panicky Little Willie was sick { t
people hate him" upstairs and Aunt Minnie was- In 1m
Southerns president described a wheel chair, but Mr. Hoover and
Stalin as a cruel emotionless, well- the Republican forgot all about r ;
informed leader holding more power them and began yellln' for somebody 94 FIoe/DA$' 2
than any other world figure to help 'em carry out the /
I I seveN
"It Is silly for people to say Stalin safe and silverware and 'to hell 2
Is trying to communize the with the women and children, 1
United States," Dr, Spivey assert' "We had a crack fire department 74PP'
ed. "Stalin Is for more concerned hook and ladder and everything,

with establishing state socialism and they came a-runnln but they ITS Vd I '
in his own country than In trying couldn't do nothln' on account of #
to spread communism in other not havtn no water In order to 'AIl6QQ1a 7
countries" balance the budget we'd passed S_V r

Much Improved over prewar up bulldln' the reservoir and ex- IP A"s 1.
Russia, the Russia ot today Is heading tendln' the water mains; so all we
toward capitalism. In the) opinIon could do was just lit and watch
of Dr. Spivey who stressed the all our wealth go up in smoke.
fact that Stalin's people are op- The when w* started pawuV
crating under state) socialism, not bout the ruins w* found our national 1
communism. : Income had dropped to less
than forty billion. Well w* were 1 '
the dreadful DADE MASSACRE occurred and removal to St. Augustine where atenunI
About $220,000,000 will be spent I.I* a tough plot, ve needed, a new rt-
I Slumber" SI, m, near BushneU, Florida. Her took
place on Xogvst 15, 114::.
for public highways the house, clothes, food and a lot of
year ending next July This Is other things and while the stores the Indian practically wiped eat an entire comAlthourh long known M an Inhabitant tt randpisnd
about two dollars worth of highways and warehouse were runnln* *ver of V. S. troop. Until February 20 follow dunes *. the lower East Coast, the SEVEN TEAK1
for every living person In with such merchandise w* bad log; the victims of the terrible alas filer lay APPLE has recently been fe,nd along Florida's,
the United States. It show what no money to buy 'em. exposed to the elements. They were then buried West Coat M wail.. It i is a beautiful erertreen

i we can do when everybody chips "Then a Good Neighbor, Mr.Roosevelt on the spot by U. S. volunteers tinder General with abundant pWt {??crs \JIII t pMttbU fW It

In a couple of dollars earn along and says, Calkts. Si* rears .lags tk- &I1af were exhumed blossom.. jFour

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_Friday, October 16. 1936 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pace VIVO

I- The Redland Rattler WILCOX SEEN A I _! l\I01JI.llIA1J. BOX_ _. !fl

By eniRLET HARWXES8 SOUTH DADERS CO-OPERATE: sacrifice In order to protect their It

.. I IN FIRE CONTROL country.
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HONOR ROLL REDLAND I->I CLUB ELECTS IN WASHINGTON Editor Leader-Enterprise: When we honestly analyse the ) ..

I The honor roU for the first OFFICERS I I want to thank the people of eauM of the temporary lmproW'l l

month of the year is as follows: I The 4-H Club met Tuesday and the south end of Dade County for ment In business! find that our i1

)j First: grade+Olan Walker, Lura elected the following officers:', Not a More Energetic or 1 their fine co-operation to carryingout boys spending their bonus money 1

} Ann Hodge. Ray Knaus, Edmond President Kirsteen Torbert, vice- Effective CongressmanSays the work of the fire control was the exact cause of it So it

;q'A :Wright* Vera Anderson,, Amelia president, Faye Campbell secretary laws I would be if the large amount of .
,01 i Borgardt Barbara J Crate, Marie Wideman money was put Into circulation by
Olene Pope; treasurer, Alice I have Issued over one hundred ,
"' Lou Ruth O- Knaus Marie I I the forced the ,
> Harris Weekley; council representative, permits since starting to Issue themon I spending by annuitants -

I lo Faye McCoUough chairmen are: membership, Betty Palm Beach lawyer who was I l receiving a fire permit has let I the only plan proposed for real

6: Second lI'ade-Athol Smith, Gutterldge; lawn Improvement, delegate to the Democratic national -!1 I hit fire do any dumago i i national recovery, and acceptedby
Grace Burry Ruth Engle, Thelma Johns Vera many mlHlons of the best eltlI -
; gardening Mason Roberts, fire truck
\ convention from the fourth I county
Gaby Miriam Holmes, Alice Wesley ]i! Rill of our nation.It .
Betty Sage; clothing, ; congressional district In 1832, was I operator and the Future Farmersand I
, Lott Barbara Williams, Virginia news reporter, Marjorie Murray; ''in Homestead last Friday to ascertain other school boys of the Red- spending In I smaller way
Wallace W. A. Kennedy, Margaret home Elvira Burry will Increase business In our country ,
I Improvement ; he said, facts In regard to land Farm Life School did
, Brookaw, Sarah Vlhlen food-nutrition, Lucille Sage; poul- the agricultural tariff situation I id work last winter IPlend-j I then no round reasoning per- J
Third grade-Esther Kufeidt, try and dairying, Lydia Borgardt'canning ; affecting this section started through '& son would attempt to say that a
. Vefna Anderson; social, larger amount of money continuously -
Betty Lou Lee, Charlotte Murray, I
Mr. Wideman, who was assistant Fires are often started by hunters
..j! :Annie Laurie Stewart Lenora Betty Jane Stevens; handicraft I put Into circulation Into the
who throw their
Bonnie Condon exhibit Klrsteen i attorney general In Washington cigarettes legitimate channels of trade by
'I' :Williams, Buford Freeman ; I
I for three yean until he resignedlast down wood cutters, wild boys who
dr Fourth grade Louis Gaby, Torbert; song leaders, Betty Cut- forced spending" by the retired
like to the smoke,
to see loggingcrews
February resume private
Ii terldge and Thelma Johns. i elders of our nation would not be
: : law practice as senior member of ny moonshiners to cover
Melba much beneficial to business
At each meeting two of the more
the firm of Wideman. Wawflaw' the smoke from their stills.I i
committee chairmen will have generally and to all industrial pursuits -
V Fifth grade-Henry Reynard, and Caldwell, is on the speakers' keep a record of each permit
I and the of labor
, .f charge of the Betty employment
:Webster Williams program '
Irving Hooher,
list of the national Democratic issued and will be glad to checkon
.tiJ :Ann Shackleford Gutterldge and Thelma Johns, song permanently. To those who read
; Kathleen Wagner i
fires If I doubt
executive committee and will brobably -, any there sany
, leaders, will be In charge Tuesday'Lions this, I wish to ask soberly Is It
n. '
speak here In the last day of about party setting them having not what our entire country
Sixth. grade Jack Marshall, the campaign.He I I permit 1 needs? :

'. Charles Sweeting, Faye Campbell Would Restrict was here In the behalf of I FRANK IRWIN,
Instead of doing this, Roosevelt I '
," Vlda Clarke, Frieda Engel Vera Power of Governor Congressman Wilcox, Friday tn Assistant Fire Warden.I I and his advisers are and have been '
,Ali Sage, Klnteea Torbert, Walter the morning he met representative Homestead Fla. I
for three borrowing
over past -
,.1 KufeWt, Francis Prothero, ElviraBurry Oct. 15, 1930 years
tomato and in the
{Continued From Page One) growers billions upon billions of money
"UJ Betty Lou Pye. I
afternoon had an Informal talk NOT FOR IAN from Wall Street at rate of
: Seventh grade Mary Jane citizens after the manner of the I ROOSlVtLT, DON a good
ti Turner Jo Nell Stogie, Myrtle Board of Control, to serve wl'h-i with avocado growers. OR VtfLOOX I Interest, with bonds tax free, to

e Cal n; Marie Bashor, Lela Ball. out pay except for their actual, "Any failure of growers In this Editor Leader-Enterprise' raise money wherewith to feed,
.. Jeannette Cox. expenses incurred in attending section to get adequate protectioncan This Is a plea for the nonpartisan -' clothe and shelter the unemployed -
not be laid at Mr. Wllcox's and Infirm of land,
aged our
+ Eighth grade Harold Delaney, spirit at all times as a means,
. George Kufeidt. Henry Dixon: Meetings the present elective! door," Mr. Wideman said. "I for better government and the j and they propose nothing to end

'4' Lillian Andrews, Mary" Engle office of the state superintendent was In Washington when the fight, best Interests of our citizenry I this condition

" Ninth grade Amma Sorrell. of public Instruction See ArticleIV. was on. In fact, I was In position am not for either Roosevelt or I When our public servants, national

: :Wilma Thompson, Merle. January.I. Section 20 and 25, and Article I to observe Mr. Wilcox during near- Landon for president or Wilcox for state, congressional district,

''I Corrlnne Cash, Charles Burr, HI, Section: I, of the 'constitution.In .' ly the whole time be has been tn Congress; neither am I for Communism I county or municipal, prove beyond

r.,1 James Robinson. Us place set up an appointive Washington. There li not a more or octl UMft. the sadow of doubt by their acts

Tenth grade Margaret Griffin office, a commissioner of education -' energetic or more effective man, I have lived to have many many'I and deeds thoroughly analyzed,

'.< Emily Engel Alma J. Ltndgren. to be appointed by the gov- in Congress and he has recognition years of experience in life I was that they are worthy of our vote

Dan Rogers, Robert Ames, ernor on recommendation of the In Washington which win born and raised. a Democrat In I'' at the polls; then and then only

"i Louise Yates, Marjorie Campbell state board of education. The mean much when he goes! back to northern state, at I time when It should we give them our vote.

, Eleventh grade Batty Blake commissioner of education to serve,,represent this district again In the meant much to be a Democrat, We are In a new age now In our

Mary Ann h.Brownl Cox at the pleasure of the state board, national. house of Fepresentatives"Seeker since .t that time they were only nation and because of the condition

\i Vera ParK* Rthe4Mgry, of dwcaiton and have the authority "t 1: known as Copperheads and many our professional politicians have

Eleanor Wnhaans, Gordon. Crow. to select the personnel for his After Health other names not complimentary gotten us Into, H ta necessary that ,

E. J. Graham Kenneth Hawker, office. The commissioner of education Succumbs in Redland I am a Democrat In principle today the masses forget old party nominees f

,p Clement tbtsseU. should have at least a mas- I but not the kind that rules, who have been nominatedby "

. .. Twelfth grade Carlotta Ames, ter's degree in education and fiveyears' I II the party today It makes me heartsick the Influence of money, and
" Myrtle Luckey, Olive Cmnwel, experience In school administrative Mrs Mary Illra 'RawUt1 died the to note the tactics that the twoold get Into an organization of sensible
Mary Fisher, Mary Dl Natote, work. early yesterday morning parties resort to, and especially thinking and determined people,
Mrs Simons
I and
home Jay
3. Increase the elected county the Roosevelt administration, to
4 Seraflne Orificfa l who are working only for the betterment -
, two weeks after she
board of public Instruction to five ,in Redland. deflect the will of millions of the of the conditions of all

.,:'i The chi Scouts lud their first members, to be elected two each I left her home In CartersviHe, Ca., best people of our land-the Hit I mankind. For they realize thatit

meeting Thursday night at which successive two years and one the::1 to tome to Florida for her health of the earth, so to speak. I Is only by united action that whatIs
She and her husband, Ceo 11RawUngs
time the girls formed three patrols. next two years. The board to 1 Truth has no part in political necessary can be accomplished.
Y The senior patrol leaden appointed serve without any pay except for were making their home campaigns! these days. Take for I The time has come and the hour
with Mr. and Mrs Simons.She .
by the scout leader, Miss actual expenses, and have th Instance the claims made by Rcotf I has struck when the quotation
besides her husband
Shirley Harltness, are as follows: authority to appoint the countysuperintendent 1 leaves evelt, Farley and their supporters credited to Franklin Delano Roosevelt
14 Oeo 3 of Cartersville
one son -
:Amma Sorrell Irene Jackson and. of education. (The that prosperity and complete recovery is being realized here and
Lucille Driggers joint county boards of education I who )"eIterday.iFuneralaervlce. Is here now, as If no one now In our nation:
of each :congressional district shall will be conducted but they have any faculties of observation -
The Scout Lieutenant Ruth of the
"The people once
by the Rev Ceo II: Deuel
web have authority In joint isenion to; sight, thought or reasonIng -,
Murray, present and assisted Methodist Episcopal aroused la a fixed purpose is the
recommend to the governor the! pastorof They tell us business Is almost -
11 with the songs and garnet Twen- most Irresistible force in the
Redland in the Turner Funeral
Girl ,Scouts the member of the state board of education booming, but most businessmen
ty-six attended
from their district for hl Home at 10 a. m. Saturday Burial do not tell us so, and we do worleL"J.
meeting will be In E. McCAULEY
Palm Cemetery at Na-
'. confIrmation. Should the governor -, know that a tremendous body of
Route 2 Box l4e,
Redland "School to planning to disapprove, It shall then devolve ranja i I the people of the nation have ,
October 8, 136 Miami F1 have real.entertainment at the upon the JoinJ meeting to make; practically no buying power The
carnival to 1* held Friday night another recommendation.) purposes only, not for debt purposes ..' administrates falls to tell us what

Oct 30; The Speech department 4. Abolish the present elective that Is, not Until such time was the cause of the little spurt JOHN" O. POST NO. as

Together-, with the bend students office of county superintendent. of i as bonded debts are more equal' In business that took place: la our I AMERICAN LEGION

will present a musical ,cemedy public ln tnlctlon. In its place set,[ between districts: Also abolish nation in the last month or tw Uw.ca first ana third Wwbmriafp.
an appointive office, a county the special tax school district trustees when It was just natural and plainly -
:Among other things, the casual up p. .. American Lrt*>. KM,
visitor :will be amused by the superintendent of education 'to be and make the county the actual to be seen that It was the spending (aid peat also) watt Krwe At.,,

"woad r" show and the bizarre appointed. by the,county board of I unit for school operating pur-, of the bonus money by our loy-I BontMlcad, He

method fortune telling Eventhe education. The county superintendent poses. al American boys who nude a real
at the pleasure of ----
to serve
studeM:feel sure that the '
the county board: The county
chamber".6f I19rI'Grebra year I
should have atleast
provide -r& ttan the usual, thrill superintendent
for the fehwsure._kttr.: I fcachejor's degree In education ',
certain that aH wh come ,,nd three years' experiencein
We are
for goexl-.entertainment Will not school administrative Work
Fresh Seed for Fall
be disappointed. tag 1 school Abolish districts the present for operating special PlantingWe

The band has three new members -

Margaret Stlflman and J.. D.

Conner who play the clarinet, and 1 Let US

Henry Dixon who plays the flute have New Stock of Tomato, Pepper. Cabbage and other Vegetable

PAD vm: WART AM RejuvenateYour Seed for Fall Planting We also have Redland Brand Fertilizers for

Car. Every: .Purpose Use Redland Brand far Quality and Quantity .

Wood Work .

Body, Repairs

Tops and Trimming Florida East Coast Fertilizer; Co.

0 Beans 0 .. ... t. I O. m. Seat Cover ;

Sundays t to II PaintingArt's Manufacturers Redland Brand Fertilizers Moslem

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Ministerial Group .. Dr. Vliet to Describe '''' =

In. H. s. 4-H CLUBBy Re-elects OfficersThe. '

HOMESTEAD SCHOOL nEws Mary DaneanBy ,.. ., __ ,' ,r. Convention' in ,,

11 -..--- Rev. A. A. Koestline and' Dr. C K. Wet of Miami W 1--

Mary Duncan I the Rev. C N. Walker were re- speak at the Homestead Me
NELLA SAULS, School Editor
After the roll call and the reading elected president and ,,",tal'J- Church next Sunday night of !

of the minute Mr. Carlson treasurer respectively of the Red- experience while attending

HONOR ROLL have We elected Norma Goisman land Ministerial Association whenit World' International
Mr Field' class will a
met at the home of School convention at Oslo, Norway!
the Rev.
; Twelfth grade high, Geraldine weight guessing concession In the song leader and Thelma Radford C.I this summer and his travel
G. Nelson in Redland *?
carnival, so everyone is Invited to poultry and dairyman.The I I
RelU low
; ; Buddy Fitzpatrick The Rev. E. L. Nelson Tue.da"j through Europe.
I Martha Close, Loubelle Grennell come to get weighed.The president read what each vice-president
Hazel Pennlngton, Bobble Sum- chairman I* to do. Mr Carbon I RECKLESS DRIVER
i merlin Helen Wet higher health classes are gave each girl seed-(quash, radish A total attendance of 1,131 on SENTENCED ..

f' Eleventh grade high Eugene studying the nervous system. The marigold, guava or cherry. Go-to-Church Sunday: was reported Lovett Johnson, charged with

Scherr, Cecelia Harper, Alta Webster eighth grade is studying health The assignment for next week by pastor of the association. reckless driving, wa given a sentence -
I ; low, Charles Little, Edmond heroes and the cause and cure of I I. for each girl to answer roll call Plan were made for holding two of $8 or seven day in Jail

Well, Effle Booth, Nina Pearl diseases.. The sanitation class Is by telling whether or not she ha union Thanksgiving services In and Luther Johnson charged with
Bush Ruby Dolar, Iva Dyal Norma studying first aid The girls- planted her teed. All girl are to the district Dr. L- C. Shanklinwill disorderly conduct, 15 or six day
i Gotiman France Lett Nellie Mae physical education class ha started have their garden darted by November be the speaker in one held in in Jail, by Acting Mayor Tom J.

I I Martin, Bonnie Belle My"r*, Evelyn to play. volley ball. I.Teresa the Redland Community Church, Harris In police court Monday ,
I and the Rev. Wm. C. Taylor will "
Pope Either Pope, Marjorie Redd, membership chair be the speaker in the other, held night Both are Homestead ne' '.
Redd, Ellen Vann. Mr Wynn'i sixth grade I Ia very man, and Norma Gossman, song In St. John' Episcopal' in groes.

Tenth grade--high, Virginia proud of the gold star that it received leader have the program for next Homestead.Nov. Church Winter Visitor to This .
in music. The class gave week
Coney, Lucille West, Edna Booth,
Marcia Cauzem, Madge Mrs. Wynn a flower shower Mon Those present were: Mr*. ,Carlton the date. (for wa decided upon a* City Dies in Michigan s
I a Go-to-Sunday School
son; low, Howard Lamb, ThomP-j day. All are sorry that Mary Mr*. Don Ferreyra, Lou Belle .
Ellen Dearlng I* IlL Sunday when a count will be made Friend here learned this week
Rue, Louise Harris,
and Goldla Grennell
Teresa and
In all the churches.A Of the death of H. A. Burlew, winter .
Ilwain, William Annabell Redd Margaret and Mil- .
non-denominational Sunday visitor to Homestead, at hit a
Mr*. Webb' room is glad to have
Ninth grade-high, Constance dred Field, Norma Rachael and school
teachers' course taught by summer home In Sterling Micru ;
Florelle Moomaw who entered ,
Ii Scherr; low, Joe Plchl, Jud Piche Eloise Gossman, Julia France
the Rev. Ceo. Hutchinson in the Saturday. The information wu ,
school Monday from Morning SideSchool
Harry Pierce Ross RelU, Herbert in Miami. I I Sullivan, Mildred Batti Thelma Homestead Methodist Church for received by Mr. and Mrs. E. A.Ennli "
Booth, Henry Dodson MildredFleldi Radford, Katherine Orfanede,
four Q
George Wlngate has been absent day beginning Nov. 9 was with whom the Burlew'
Rachael Conman Ooldia Marjorie Redd and Mary Duncan.
this week on account of Illness. announced. have made their home for the past
Grennell, Eunice Walker, France The Homestead HI Club 1 111 not A pot luck luncheon wa served two winter
1 Halloween
The class making
Webb, Marjorie Webb I decoration and* coloring carnival a* large a* last year. Won't you at noon. I Mr. Burlew' son, Geo. Burlew, I

Eighth grade-high, Mary Ellen I, poster high school girl help u* to have i Those present were: the Rev. who i* employed by the postotfice
Cay Mary Grace English, Marjorie a larger club? Come out and Join. and Mrs. Geo. E. Deuel, Dr. and I department In Miami during the

Lewis; low, Prestos Bird, Ed- I Mr Fifleld'l class welcome Mr. Shanklin, the Rev. H. G I winter, had just arrived after

win Booth, Harold Branch, Wa- Francis Foster Gurllne Pace and Funeral Services Held I Cowan, the Rev. E. L Nelson, Mr. spending the summer in Sterling,
incite Koeitllne, Betty Jane Mey- Sheppard who entered Taylor Mr. !Koestline Mr. and when he received the news of his
bem, Katherine Orfanede, ROM I school Wynell this week. Monday for John Rawls Mr*. Walker, the Rev. and Mr.I I father' death. He returned to

Peterson J. T. Godwin, Jay New I I I A. W. Vivian and Mr. Nelson. Michigan Sunday.

ton, James Sullivan. I Miss Ray' class welcome Frances Funeral services; were held Monday
Seventh grade -high, Dorli McVicker from Redland. This for John Leonard RawU of
Thompson; low, Louis Blondo, Goulds who died Sunday in a MIami Eipanot
clan also ha received a gold tar I :
Lamar Dickinson, Annette Camp- in music hospital following an appendicitis at 5L.VL"
bell. Mary Jo Close. Mabel Ruth operation performed on''' .
Pope, Carol Walker. Wednesday. The Rev. A. A.Koestllne .
Sixth grade-Hilda Dodion, Virginia In Miss Dorsey'i class, they are pastor of the Homestead -
Hobson, Athley Kemp Dolores studying picture and then writing Methodist Church conducted

Papy, Mary Frances Rutland paragraph about them. Thursday I the services at the Turner Funeral
the class made for notebooks
Sara Lou Wells. cover Home. Burial was In Palm ceme-
Fifth grade-June Vann Vara from brown paper sacks. tery at Naranja.
The class ha book ihelt and Shop Miami' Most Com
a new
i Rheney, Barbara Bigger, Clarice Mr. RawU, who ,:waf 29 year,
Dodson, Aida Connor, Sue Moye, the boy painted It. Each timea old, was born In Marco, Fla, and 'plate Sporting Good Department
Billy Forte. pupil read a book it is checked came to the Redland district; as a. and you'll .*...*

,Fourth grade-Harry Bishop, out. small child. He attended Red-' money on Nationally Famous -
i Dorris Ada Oodson, Elizabeth land School and later became a''
; Peterson. Mr*. Thurmsn's class 1 Ia enthusiastic mechanic. tHe Tackle and Outdoor

t W Third grade-Billy Vann. over the P.-T. A. drive and I Ia survived by his mother: I Supplies. "
Second grade.-Peggy StuardL I Ia being aroused by an automobilerace Mrs. Mary H. Rawls of Gould; : .
First grade-Thomas Dolar, between the girl and boy four brother; Axon B. Rawla and
Thelma Chlnners Ethel Lott,, Joy So far the girl have traveled six Cetil C. Rawls, both of Goulds,I Meadowbrook Reel "Mohawk" Reel
Peter, Victor Morris, Bobby Nich- mile and the boy have traveled I Otis G. Rawls of Fort Lauderdaleand :
ols, Joe Reynolds William Robert nine mile. Julia' Wlngate and Barbara I Elliot Rawl of Collier City; 91e 2.89

Webb, Doris Baker Betty Byrum, Smith are absent from school I two sisters, Mr*. A. C. Bazemoreof tlOO.Yard
Aim Home, Betty Rene Simmon The class ha been making pretty Hollandale and Mrs. R. E. Roberts A A 1.00 value
animal out of the different kind ot Homestead. Capacity This Anti.

Tommy Collins has been absent of leafe found in the yard. A I level wind- ,.1 winding backlash I r.level I

; from school the past few day Mission Worker to Tell Ing castles In built tlreel
Miss Jackson's class it sorry with bal. stand the
Of Experiences in CubaMiss
: The junior carnival li to be held that Julia Mae Roberts, Joyce Old- need handles .lXaff." H a s
at the school ground next Friday lof, Irving Melton and) Violet bakellta e II d ff. an all-b r a a splaten
I E. Faith Stewart will tell tickle chrome plated
night. All shows will be So and Parker are sick. The class i*
of her experience aa a missionaryin I plated .pool fram.
lOo The town a* a whole I* making Eskimo house in art
Cuba at a special .service In
expected to attend. 7'30 31/2 FT. "M01LUVK" CASTING ROD
the Church of God tonight at :
Two Men Await Trial o'clock. or
The pupil of Mr. Moomaw'a
On Fruit Theft Charge "Mis Stewart will startle you
11: home room request that any who I ,
have old-fashioned I with her account of dangers from ., r-
1i picture or a "
which God delivered her, aid
picture of the town during Its early Leon Powe and Carl John.on.1 & WMMHMHNMMMMMMMlBWHBMMMMMMiA
J. H. Dodson, pastor of the church
I ne-piec tempered steel rod with bamboo
both of Miami, a
f" days bring them to school. charged with trespassing -
In the announcement. "Sho I
(, and picking fruit from the making finish, garnex guide and tip. Ba an offset l1'al1l369 1.1
wlU tell, also of her recent heal-
: Coral Reef handle with screw locking reel teat and cork
general science class is busy Nursery grove of Mrs. Ing. Come to hear her and your
studying how sound 1* transmitted W. J. Krome near Rockdale, Sun- faith will be inspired. I Tackle Box Minnow
through air while the biology class day afternoon were remanded to Seines

1* making a microscopic study of the Dade County jail to await trialIn
: protozoa found In canal water. The the Criminal Court of Record at ROSE BUSHESWe
r' useful science class made op this a preliminary hearing by Justice 'A 1JSO value

bat week, *o If anyone need soap of the Peace Sid L. Kendrick Monday offer select quality, two !! : '
let the class know. night. The two men pleadednot rear budded rose $4.00 per dot. enameled steel ,
The) physics: class I Ia studying the guilty. prepaid. Red Radiance, Pink I tackle boa. 11.91

law which have to do with hydraulic Powe and Johnson were seen by Radiance Columbia, Pres. H. with cantilever i e

*. J D. B. Brantley, watchman, and his Hoover, Talisman, Luxembourg tray arranged f
son, Roy after they had gone Into K. A. Victoria, Cale- I (to accommodatemall tackle and
The home ee girl all are the grove. Brantley went for an donia, Climbing Paul Scarlet, bet tern section 4

busy sewing their garment The officer and before he could return Climbing Talisman. for reels, etc by JO feet
ninth grade girl are darning stockIngs with Deputy Sheriff E Farnell,
and patching different article the men had left. They were ap- Lone Star Rose Bush Co. 3Ft. Cast Net Artificial BaitsA

*. prehended on the Dixie Highway.,! Dept II, Tyler Tex. completely hang "Co-getter inflate
however, by Farnell who recognized bait net, H-lnch mesh tea I and underwater model
Mr. Lucas la ;collecting;; article I' of best quality DI.lh4 25C
them from the description twine. Six ft spread/ bait.. Far all gam*

for his room' booth In the junior furnished by Brantley. Weight Ib*. .. fish . . . ..
carnival Two women, who accompanied I W. Maxwell SmithINSURANCE

the men but did not go Into the

The geometry clam bat had Its I grove were not prosecuted. .y dr" r '1
first problem this week. The algebra FIRE. ALTO, BTOKM' AND UTK I .
class I* adding and multiplying I Phone Mt-M
positive and negative number READ THE WANT ADS Office la UeCNry Arcade I -
Florida bamboo rod .
Special one-piece split ; m '
*. The eighth grade 1* takingup tickle reel finger silver 1 $
plated seat, real lock and grip 7guide q
the) study of rectangular solids I ; offset tip. An outstanding value. Worth IM. .

Mr*. Rutland substituted two HOMESTEAD HARDWARE CO. Store Hearst Dalfy. I to I Jl| Saturday t to 9

day for Mr. Blackburn this GENERAL HARDWARE I i SB SOTS ROEBUCK I AND I COBiaearae I 1936) P

The sophomores are W"k'J *
Bl ', lath te 14th Streets <
100 Phone 516-M Homestead. Fla. "
to win the dollar for % .
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Friday, October 16, 1936 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Page Seven

which o'clock everyone program is will Invited be,given to 1,I THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER 1,1'i j ,

In and JLroimdHomestead The Community Churches of _
Redland and Florida City held a
'joint community supper on Tuesday UHiiT souls the library and walk into the child- j
t ': evening In Florida City. loads. W.*.*,. Tkuntert M a. so ren's room. Last week the librarian t

.......... FrMwi U a. mu-l a. W sent out a cry for help ,
I Mrs. John Graves Is still Son- and almost before the printer's ink \
fined to her bed. satsdatea.a..isti.ep.a..itassn.Clayton I was dry Mrs. Clarence Parman t
I :,,; answered the prayer. And how ,
; I Mr. and Mr*. Burley Dendy Sedgwick Cooper hat she tidied up the place, books In
" Mrs. J. R. Brooks and Mrs. E. J. one-halt pound son at the Post
( this for Graduate moved Monday from the Oben- embarked for the great adventure shelves indexed and floor
,: Dyal left early morning hospital Friday He has '
Rocklngham, N. C., where Mrs. been named Marcus Hinton. chain apartment to the Getman He left a treat heritage, and FlorIda all swept clean. All week Mrs. t't'order.
Cauzena and Mrs. Parman have
Brooks was called by the illness of cottage on Palm avenue. Mrs. and Floridians have profited
'4 father. Dendy has been in this week. much through association with him' taken care of the front so the librarian -
Frank Sottiw for the
,. manager in literature and life. World could retire to that little
Charleston branch of the Firestone Virgil Bird of Miami was a traveler that he was he knew all i room with the "keep out" sign and .
Mr. and Mr*. Fritz Jackson who Tire Co., and Nick Sottile, special
week-end guest at the home of corner of the earth, yet he chow do tome much needed mending.We .
i spend their summers In Vermont. representative of the Standard Oil Mrs. J. K. Scott. to make his home In Florida and I cant catch up with the mending ; .
are expected to return to theirI' Co., Wllkeibarre, Pa., who are In all strata of society he could but at least one hundred of .
home on Plummer drive the first spending several days in Miami as I. Son ,
Herbert Hunter returned this discover true men and make your old book friends wlU be back ,
of next week. They have recently guests of their uncle James Sot- week from a business trip to frlendi. Frank B- Shutta of Miami the shelves this week. "Many'
taken a trip to Waterford, tile, Sr. and their cousin, James, North Carolina has written beautiful tributeto hands make light work" but in library ,
,I'I Me., to .visit )fl'. Jackson' sister Jr., pent Thursday In Homesteadand this citizen of the world who service a few feet are also \
Mrs.'Judith Dudley. vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. P. Bowman ar- has been for many:years our neigh required not to mention suppleback I '
H!r Jin i : I- i'iiMr : rived Tuesday from Wllkes-Barre bor. Better read it If you have muscles and well oiled knee y
..., *. Florence Crow and her son' Mr*. T. T. Bowen left this week Pa., for the winter. On the way not done so. Joints The librarian was de- Ii I '
Bob a sophomore at Northwestern for Cobbtown Ga.. where she will south they visited Mr*. Bowman's lighted when one of the young
Dental College, art now living with spend two week visiting relatives.Mr. father in Dover, Del. We had at one time two copiesof girls came in to offer her services
w, Mr*. Crow's parents in Chicago. a little book written by Clayton a. children's librarian she was I
, Her daughter, Miss Marguerite and Mr*. Wm. Dunlop returned On the honor roll at the Florida Sedgwlck Cooper "The Philosophy; a bit too young but a few years .
of Business helpful book in
who 1 taking a training course City School this a
to their Silver Palm home month are two will rectify that. The librarian
for nurses in St. Joseph' Hospital last Friday after a stay of four names: Harold Griffin in the first I I many: ways and while we had It It will watch this child's growth and f,
hM in Chicago Is recovering from an months in Boston and New York. grade and Albert Newton In. the was popular with both men and development with interest.ANTADS \ ,
attack of Influenza second. women who art Interested in the
Mr. Dunlop is affiliated with a real I problem of living. Both books

;' James Field who has been stationed estate company in New York, and I The Free Methodist prayer and have disappeared from our shelve PAVNEWT !
at the U. S. navy yard in while he was attending to business class meeting has been changed' Book frequently disappear' from ;
Norfolk. Va., while completing a matters there Mr*. Dunlop took from Thursday night to Friday I library shelves and the librarian :
motor trips through Maine New night always hope they fall into apprei
t. course In.radio Instruction,, arrived
Hampshire and Vermont with their I I i dative hands, that they prove good
Saturday to spend a ten-day leave. son, Howard Dunlop of Boston.O. A fish fry was given In Royal I I teed scattered In a fertile soil Mr. G. BALL '
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.L.
Palm State Park Mr.
Sunday by
I I Cooper was a prolific writer. We Notary PobuoFIRB
Field before returning to Norfolk
and Mrs. T. F. Varnadoe in honor'
Kennett returned TheirCountrr"
E. Mond.yfrom have his "The Brazilians and
l to be detailed to ship duty. INSURANCE AND
of Mrs R. L. and Otis i
his home in Merom, Ind.! : and "UnderstandingSouth
L MW.; : L.-Neeley returned where he had spent the summer. Varnadoe of Cleveland. O, who,I' America. R IXDRED LIVES 4 .
lIen Tuesday after a visit at the U N. Know Are.
Tuesday from Lakeland where she Vamadoe home In Longvlew Mrs, We also have several books ,
Mrs A. O. Cain underwent tonsil written by his wife, Elizabeth
leas tailed two weeks ago to the Cousey Is a sister of T. F. Varna- I I
operation at the Post Graduate Cooper, also a world traveler anda
bedside of her'father R. R. Blair doe and Otis Varnadoe is his son.
*/ho was seriously injured when hewas hospital yesterday.E. Present also were: Mrs C B. Walters -I friendly soul. Have" you read DR.M.A.BERGERDentist v,
(truck by a car trailer while Orady Walters Clifford and, "What Price Youth, "My Lady of
, talking on the sidewalk. B. Blackburn\ suffered an attack Ernlite Walters, Mr. and Mrs. O. the Indian Purdah". "My Lady of
of appendicitis this week. the Chinese Courtyard" or "Dru-
B. Cruse, Ruby and Joan Cruse
'I!, '. Mr and Mrs- George Young and Oscar Cruse Jr., Billy and Bobble allla With a Million?"' All good ',1
'.l'it ulr. and Mrs. George Young, Jr., Mrs. Fred Fuchs and Mr*. R. E. Rodgers, Clyde and Dave Varna I storiesThey arc fine folk these 36 N. Krome Avenue
, it and daughter of Hollywood, were Anderson and children spent Sat- doe, Thomas Varnadoe, Jr., Ted friends of ours, the Clayton Sedge-
of Mr..toA Mrt George, E._ urday with Mrs. Anderson' sister, Walker, V. C. Hitch, R. :T. Hitch wick Coopers! Upstairs Lj
S.reed-of.: RedlatafjlaslPThunday: Mr' *J. L. Head In Miami Mrs Cells Rodgers and Albert Varna It does pay to advertise! You Office Hours 8:30-4:30 *
own acreage on Cocci' Head and her two children and doe. On Saturday Mrs- C. B. have been told that many times
put Grove.... drive. Mrs Chas. Watkins and children Walter gave a dinner party In I and you read it In most magazinesand OPEN BfEMXCSBl
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. honor of the visitors and newspapers If you doubt the APPOINTMENT
i The Rev,..and Mr. A. W. Vivian Anderson here.FLORIDA. this was followed by a motor, truth of the maxim Just come Into s
o returned Friday from Philadelphia I trip to the keys. T. F. Varnadoel I
when they spent the CITY accompanied the visitors' as far
w .Summer'' as Georgia where he is visiting Can
; ";" I Mrs W. W. fffirrf, correspondent relatives. i I Really Insure My'SAVINGS
: James Redman and Paul Tap- -- "''' -
District M. Bates ot Mr. and Mrs E. T. Sapp of,'
person; auditor for the Kllgore
, Seed Co., of Plant City, spent Wednesday -!I Tampa will ld'd a quarterly Miami and their children were' ? :
and Thursday in Home I meeting at the Free Methodist guests at the Varnadoe home
, stead. church Thursday at 7;3D p. m. day night Mon-I'
I ,
Mils Jewell Campbell of Home-I I The Rev Howard Field will the Billy hospital Rogers in Kendall has been where hill to! Yes. every one of our investorsis t

stead is employed by the preach in the Florida City Free condition Is said to be

Union office In Miami I morning I I We- CARD want to OF thank Improving.., insured up to $5,000 : .

Mrs- M. D. Hartman is Nashville i r
in kindness INSTITUTION has been :
and neighbors for the TIllS approved and ac-
Term, where she was called I Officers will be elected by the shown during our recent bereavement -I .
for insurance
bit week by the death of her Young People's Missionary Society II cepted by the Federal Savings

brother-in-law, Adolph Jonas Mr. I of the Free Methodist Church I MRS, MARY H. RAWLS, & Loan Insurance Corporation-a $100,000,000
and Mr.'Jonas'Waited Dr. and Mrs Tuesday evening at 7:30.: At 8 AND FAMILY. I II, instrumentality of the Federal Government.
Hartman hero two yean ago Mrs. I
Hartman plans to return Nov. 1. This means that the safety of your account

here is fully insured up to $3,000; -not only the
Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Reitz of Miami j
spent Sunday with Mr and BURPEE'S SEEDSHave principal you invest, but all dividends credited. !.J
Mrs. Paul Reynolds. Add this insured safety to the ease and sim-

Mill*.,Cynthia Blondo of Home- plicity of our various investment plans-add the
stead 1* emnloyed: in Fort Lauder- Been Proven in payment of conservative dividend -add able

dale at the new Sears Roebuck and local management under Federal supervisionand -
Co. store lima
i Dade County you will understand why investors, large and

| Mr, and Mrs. Russell Walker an-J small, are looking to this thrift institution to serve .
:flounce the birth of a nine and their needs. .

?roe"Methodists Elect I Any sum from $1.00 up will open an account. .

Officers for Church The leading growers of this section have plant

First Federal & Loan
_L The official board of the Free ed them and are planting' them again this year. Savings
Methodist' Church in Florida City
has elected the following officers We offer -you the highest quality seeds at a ':
President Mr*. Edith Warren; / Association of Homestead
secretary: Mrs. Mae Cook; treasurer reasonable price.
Mrs. Mary Goodlng; Sunday 1
school; The superintendent Sunday school, Mrs-board Cook.has May we have the opportunity: of serving you? IECIETAU'l'

elected the !DUowln;' officers:'I .. "

President, lira. Warren
; vice-pres '
ident, Mrs. Elizabeth Brooks;I Surveys l\laps.
secretary: Harvey Newton; treasurer
home department, cradle rolland ,
temperance Grantham Seed Store A. R. LIVINGSTON

Mrs. Warren; missionary superin-I I. ,
tendent, Mrs. Brook REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEERRegistered t
Mrs. Cook ta teacher of the Bible Homestead, Fla. Phone 22 Land Surveyor .
class| ; Mr*. Warren of the intermediate )
'J and Junior class; and MX*. BOX Ml HOMESTEAD FLA

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Pane< Eight THE LEA&ER-ENTERPftlSE _. Friday October.169&E .

I ; I Social Events in South Dade '-1 !1

CHARLES 8WAN1HEDS' \ ed to place programs and place YOUNG PEOPLE'S UNION P--T. A. RECEPTIONTO Miss Ruth Tower Miss Christine

MISS MVRIEL ALEXANDER cards at the district: meeting which TO PLAN HALLOWEEN PARTY BE HELD TONIGHT Hughes find Miss Mary Bradley
Charles Swann, former Homestead win be held in the Homestead
A meeting of the directors of the The Homestead P.-T.A. will give the refreshment committee
resident and Miss Muriel Country Club on Nov 1}, and Mrs. Redland District Young People's a reception for the faculty members -
M. Alexander of Miami were married Don Femryra was made decoration Union will be held In the Homestead in the Neva King Cooper, Those present were: the Rev.

In the Dade County courthouse chairman. Mrs. B. L. Big- Baptist Church Sunday: afternoon School at 8 o'clock tonight All and Mrs C. N. Walker. Mr. and

1'1 in Miami on Oct 6' gen was appointed to post the at 4 clock for the purpose school patrons are asked to be Mrs. Herman Thomas, Mr. and
Mr Swamt was a member of club's new green and gold direction of discussing a Halloween present Mn Roberts, Miss Hazel
the U S. border patrol In Home- arrows to mark a route for party. Penntngton, Miss Elizabeth Home.

I i tend for a three-year: period delegates to follow from the time BAPTIST CO.ED CLASS! Miss Virginia Hodge, Miss Bobble
I which ended June 21 when ha wa they leave the federal highwaytill AU church groups not represented GIVES PARTY MONDAY Summerlin Miss Allie Ritch, Miss
transferred to Island Pond, Vt Me they reach the clubhouse. Mrs., In the organization are especially Delllnger, Miss Hughes Miss Rose
was transferred back to Miami' Clna Stewart was appointed to: Invited to send representatives. Thirty-eight were present at the Caves, Miss Marguerite Wollam,

this month. Mr. Swann has been get fruit for the decorations, and OJ' party given by the Co-ed Clan of Miss Mae Redin Miss Prlscilla
IJ' In government service for IT :yean Mn A. C. Easton was made registration the Baptist Sunday School In the rced. Miss Marjorie Sullivan

and in the border patrol for seven chairman. Mrs. Ben The CalendarOct Sunday school building Monday Miss Bradley Miss Annie Hartley

>, He was graduated from National Archer: will provide printed programs night Games were played. end Miss Motley Sever, Miss Nellie

University In Washington D C, and Mrs. J E. Gaucent Is Harry Diehl played a banjo and Mae Martin, Labon Bishop, Bert
J and attended Blackstone Insti- making the program folders. 14 Homestead P.-T. A. harmonica number Punch and Nixon, Myron Orennell, Harry

tute In Chicago reception for teachen I cookies were served. Brown Roland Mead, Stuart Hall,

Mn Swann !i employed In the SHOWER IS GIVEN Oct. 18-Ad Astra chapter of Mn C. N. Walker and James Douglass Tower Earl Smith, Al-

.1 Miami i office of the U S Immigration FOR MRS. SOMMERS 0 E. S, Initiation meeting at 8 p- H. Roberts, Jr. were the enter- vah Taylor Leon Burnett, Dukes

r, Service and has been In government Mrs. W. R. Bird and Mrs. J. O m. In I. O O F halL tainment committee and Mrs West, Robert Cassube, Cecil Cates

service for nine yean Wynn assisted by Min Nina Drewof Oct. 19-Junior Woman's Club Roberta, Miss Eyylee Delllnger, end Mr. DiehL __
She was graduated from Milstead Miami gave a shower for Mrs dinner at Green Lantern
High School In Spokane Wash. L B. Sommen at Mrs. Bird home Oct 20-Business meeting of
They will make their home In In Porvenlr Saturday afternoon. Romans Club of the Redlands at

Miami. The rooms had been attractively 2 o'clock and program at 3.
Oct. 20-Gleaners' Class meeting -
decorated with Dink and blue
TWENTY-SEVEN ATTEND flowers by Mn I.-P. McLean. with Mrs. W, B. Caves, Jr.,
at 3:30: p. m. s,

When all the guests had assembled
from Homestead Oct. 20-Teacher'* Bridge Club .. .
little Emma Jane Rives
attended the Royal Palm SeniorLe.e came meeting at W. R. Bird home.
Into the 1'0011puahln, a bassinet
Oct. Jt Legion and Aux-
Halloween banquet at the and tinging a lullaby. The bassinet aCara
Trinity Methodist Church in MI. was tilled with gifts. lUll!') Installation of officers ,at
ami Tuesday a> p. m In Legion halL I
night offcen !
J. R. .
Installed at the Mn Rutland Mrs. H. Gfhurman Oct Homestead Home Demonstration -
was Mrs Frank Webb, and
Miss Marybelle Glbbs of Homestead Club work: meeting in
bliss Francis Dorsey assisted the clubroom.
new vice-president of the '
league. hostesses In serving a sherbet-and Oct 21-Woman'* Club of
cake course that carried out the
These going from Homestead study class meeting at
pink and blue color scheme home of Miss Jennie LobdelL .
werei the Rev and Mn A. A.
Koestllne, Mr. and Mn Wm. No- Others present were: Mn Harry Oct IS-H. B. S, junior carni '
Cooper Mrs. E. L Lawrence !.In.J. Nome
lan. Misses Helen and Grace Field, valOct :
Misses Antoinette and Helen Moye W. English Mrs B. E. GatllaMn 23-Special meeting of the

Miss Mary Bradley, Mist Mary Tbeo J. Bleier, Mrs C. H. Episcopal Woman's Auxiliary to
l1 McNelll Miss Ruth Tower Miss SUffani, Mrs. Given Victor, Mn church 11 a. m : FACE
Annie Mae Booth. Miss Ceraldlne Bevo Webb, Mrs. Frank Webb Oct. 23-Areme Club meetingIn POWDER, .

Reitz, Miss Bonnie Belle Meyers, Mrs. Carl Field, Mn Wlllard FJ- I. O O F haa I o ..

Miss Martha Close, Mb Elisabeth fl.tlcl.' Mrs. Augustus Wynn, Mn, Oct W-Chaucer Guild meeting ,' .
Skill, Miss Lillie Brawn Miss Nel- Green Rives, Mrs. 'Virginia Edwards with Mrs. K. M. Froscher $1 00 ;

la Sauls, Miss Leola Little Miss Miss Mary Jackson, Miss Oct. M Open meeting of I \
I Glbbs, Kermit and James Gibbs, lull :Ray Miss Elinor Hayden Homestead B. p. W. C. at home .

M, Livingston, Dennis Carter and Miss Kathryn Thelsen and Miss, of Mas. L. L. Bow
Gene Campbell Sam Anne Bellows' all of Homestead' Oct. n Woman's Club of
Allen Dan
James Field. Present from Miami were: Mrs.1 emestesd guest day program. If you want your skin to have that smooth,
Chas Hate, Mn Russell Houston Oct. S8-Meeting of Dade County .

POUR MEMBERS ADDED Miss Pearl Barr; Miss Alice Kanl: Council of Parents and Teachers shineless finish that everyone admires, use Cara.

Miss Gertrude Shaffner, Miss Dor- In Redland.
CLVBFour Oct. 30 Rcdhmfl School carnI- Nome Face Powder. Today's choice among'smart
': new member, Mn Andy cas Yates and Miss Jla Edwards -

Terburg, Mrs. C. H Rice, Mn 3 '1'hOtNl'to lent gifts were: Mrs. val on school grounds
women from coast to coast. Blends natural..
Oct. Halloween dance
: D. Morgan and Mn Bert Andrews, Ruth Scott, Mrs. Margaret Becker at
(!i were voted into the Homestead : Mrs Howard Johnson Mn GeoM Homestead Country Club sponsored : and
'. Home Demonstration Club at its Trick, Mrs. A. C. Deputy, Mrs. by Junior Woman. Club as I' ly Invisibly with any complexion. Stays on

It meeting In the club room* In the P. J Franklin, Mrs. tone Hill and swimming pool benefit. for hours. Delightfully fragrant See for ,
!1 Neva King Cooper School yesterday Mrs. Joe Gasper District meeting of your-.
Episcopal; Woman's auUlary at
.' .
Trinity Episcopal Church In Miamiat10a. Try Cara Nome today.
,, Mrs E. Peterson from the county NEW GIRL SCOUT I
agents office poke on "Home PATROL IS FORMED '
Nov 6 Redland District Ministerial
!; Gardening" and Lawn -Improvement Five new members form the Association luncheon meetIng -

,. Miss Nellie Martinet theMiami Homestead Girl Scouts hew patrol, at home of Dr. and Mn L. C.

office also was present the PoInciana patrol Dorothy Sullivan Shanklin in Florida City TIM: Dixie Drug
The club will have ak work meeting Is patrol leader and Lois Nov. 10-Woman's Club of

tn Its clubroom Thursday to Pierce is assistant. leader. The Homestead meeting at S p. m. .: ) ,

k do make stenctttnc celophane, block: printing and other girls are Elisabeth Jane Nov. 11-Program of prayer at Your REXALL Store ; '
Breck, Frances Lamb and Marion St Johns Episcopal Church.
Eight members of the club attended
Ames. Nov. 13-Redlattd P.-T. A. meeting Save With Safetypermanent
a county meeting held In
Miami Civic Center Frances Lamb and Merle Jenkins I at 6p.m.
Wednesday were appointed party leaden Nov. IS-Meeting of Bplscopal
They were Mrs. R. t. Anderson,
at the meeting heW at Mn. Frank Woman Auxiliary with Mrs. W.
Mrs. Carl Drawdy,Mn. R. L. Hob-
I" Mrs Skill home Tuesday,and instructed I J. Clark.
IOn Harry Wolfe Mrs. Fred
I to plan a Halloween frolic I
I Suber Mrs. W. R. Anderson Mn.I .
I Howard Lamb and Mrs. Frank The hostess, Mary Frances Rut- .
land served sidewalk sundaes. ". .
i Hausman. < - - - - -
Present were: Captain Skin,1
f B. P. W. C. PREPARES Lieutenant Lucas, Elisabeth Skill, Any

FOR DISTRICT MEETING Geraldine Reitz, Barbara Biggen, 'fI'1 and'Beauty wavewon't
Member of the Homestead Margaret Lawrence, Merle Jenkins
Business and Professional Women Ruth Owens
) Dorothy Sullivan ,
Club decided Monday Lois Pierce. Frances Lamb, True beauty demands 90' del
1 night to hold a II minute special Elizabeth fane Buck Marten Ames, the beat of cart at all

meeting before the regular meetIng Ashley Kemp, Mary'Frances Rut times. Whither yen
1. on Oct 28 to discuss a propo-, land, Wave Morton Mary Jo Close, wish a wave, a facial nil,eat,jour wave ales ae perfect
\ a mural pre, or any of >-.{ i a fi'mmimt tram 01 sods
I ad change of meeting dates. j jMn Vida Clark Jo Nelle Slagle, Ruth
Wm. E. Myers. was appoint-! Ratland and Van Rheney the other essential aids ( tot tbs ape ol yonr asA TWO the.
to beauty, you'II find tM we glue you wish anuranc-

} I the skilled operators at .for we use dw fcmsnsdnaiHy 1_
P a t'a Beauty Parlor OM Eugeas Method,,wish IMMlugtot am'

HOMESTEAD COUNTRY CLUB ready to serve you 'dIuIcaI .....-.... ...t. *

quickly at any time. Sadists "Shopping *v&

We will not have a regular Dance Saturday night as we are unable Ckvqalnele. Spiral and -won't get b fof yon.,,cetoaig a>.
to secure orchestra for the evening CombbuUoa wit,


we will have the Vtrstala IUH 104. a former ndlo artist' that Is Prices $5, $6, $7 ,:,:.1 Busk's Barber Shop
famous with OeMar
sad Hanaealea--alae aleiini repal.r Sevlh-
era sow & Beauty Parlor

ifo Admission Come out ah and enjoy the even- PARLOR

Jag with Us.-Yours-S. P COMPHER, Manager Hume $MBane Bide.
; I .. .. MISS LILUK BROWN Operator t* H KROMX MIMIC 1
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Friday, October 16,1936 THE DER'ENTERPRISE Paine Nine

HOMESTEAD 'Ol\lAl'i'1 CLUB A metUn of this sort will be held won the nigh soon) priae and Mr. ,
HOLDS OPENING SESSIONThe once a month. I Sommers, the low
Woman's Club of Homestead The miMloparr. society of the Preeeot were: Mr. and VIrt, T. J.
n Social Events-.I.If' at iU first meeting this ..- church will hold Its October meeting Faust. Mr. and Mn. Hero Webb,
ton held Tuesday afternoon in the on Thursday of next weak Mr. and Mn. W. E. Rhency Mr.
clubhouse made plan for the watson and 14.... Sommert and Mr. and
Sevf ral members of the society
and discussed\ the advisability I made plant to attend the district Mn. Brook, guests of the club.
of making improvements on the
meeting in Riverside Church in
i BRIDGE LUNCHEON IS GIVEN Pierce and Miami, district mana-I clubhouse. Miami on Thurtday. MIAMI GROUP VISITSAT
FOB MRS. MATTIE MAE COY ger and Mrs. Betel Brady Those present were Mn. N. G.Ball. CLOSE HOME
A bridge and monopoly luncheon team captain who it making; her Mrt. Harry Wolfe, Mr* Anal Mill Nettie Lou Cauldy. Mia
was given Saturday by Mr*. Claude I home in Miami,attended the meet Butler Mr H. C. Reid Mn.Ja EVEN W. M. ft. MEMBERS France Welt and Gordon King,
Campbell for Mrs- Mattle Mae Cox; *. McCready, Mn.. Geo. Ramon, MAKE GIFT FOR PARSONAGE all of Miami, visited in the homeof
of Asheville. N. C., the former' Ing.Others present were: J.frt. Florence Mr*. Don]fern).. and Mill Jennie Seven member of the Woman't Mr. and Mr J. X. Close Sundayand

Miss I Mottle Mae Mill of Homestead -I Pacetti, Mr*. Martin Mrs. LobdeU. Missionary Society of the Homestead were introduced: to the young
who was her guest Friday Coker Mn. Godwin, Mr*. Nora Methodist Church met at people of the Homestead Methodist
and Saturday. Mr. Cox hat been Smith, Mrs. Thelma Rao>rd, Mrs. LOCAL EASTERN STARS the home of the Rev. and Mrt. A. Church who gathered there Sunday
pending a two-week'i vacation Ada Young, Mn. Neecle Branch VISIT MIAMI CHAPTER A. Koeslllne Tuesday and knotted afternoon and evening.The .
In Miami with her brotherinlawand and Mrt. Blanche Chapman. a comfort for the partonace. others present were: Mitt
Seven mcmben of the Ad Astra
sister, Mr. and Mr*. Lamoote present besides Mrt. Koettllne Mtrybelle Glbbt, Mlat XUaabeth
chapter of the O. E. S. of Homer
Graw. VISITING REBEKAHS! ATTEND Mr O. Miss Mary Bradley. Miss
stead attended the meeting of the were: Mrt. J- A. McNelll, Skill.
Mrs. Paul Reynolds won the MISS GORDAY'8 INITIATION Miami Friday night when L Showalter, Mn. Chester Redd Ruth Tower. Edw. Watkins, Sam
high core prize In bridge) Mrt Mist Flossie Oorday was In. that chapter chapter celebrated IU thirteenth Mrs. A. S. Moye; Mn. John Williams Allen and Gene Campbell.'
Richard Huff, the second; and ttructed In the Rebekah degree birthday.In and Mr*. Mollie WIngate.
Mn. Dexter Home, the consolation at a meeting of Liberty Rebekah LEGION AND AUXILIARY
the were: Mn. Oeo. W.
lodge in the I. O. 0, F hall Monday group .
Turner, Jr., Mrs. P. G. Branch
14,.. Hunter Hardin which \'
won the night at Mrs. Mamie
Mr. Albert Meybem, Mn. W. B. ENTERTAIN; BRIDGE: CLUB
prize in monopoly. Jemigan, district deputy presidentand will A Abe
Cave. Mrs. Bob Harris Mitt E*- Three tablet of bridge were In Joint Installation services
Others present were: Mn. Rob- other Rebekaht from Hialeah, telle Turner and Mix Either play when the Neighborhood Club held by the John O. Salley post !
ert Darting, Mr*. Willard Fifleld, Coconut Grove and Miami Were I Livingston. met at the home of Mr. and Mn. of the American Legion and the
Mr*. Theo. J. Bleier, Mn. James present. Mrs. M. A. Fennell attended Lee H. Lehman on Oct. B. Mn. Legion" Auxiliary in Legion hall Iii
Bird, Mn. J. D. Perkins Mrs. Gor- A letter wile read from the from the Naranja chapter. i L B. Sommer and J. R. Brooks I Wednesday evening at I o'clock.
don Ivey, Mrs. Bruce Ennlt, Mrs. grand secretary telling of the new
Herman Thomas and Mile Ellen by-law change made at the recent I ---- I 1

Huff. sovereign grand lodge set FLORIDA CITY P.-T. A. I
Mrs. John Craves, Mn. Albert I..ion.I MEETS AT BEVERY: HOME:
Hlnman and Mn. Campbell attended I The tablet were decorated with A business and social meeting of< : See the new ranges to be

a luncheon for Mn. Cox at cut flowen and the hall was decorated the Florida City P.-T. A. was held displayed soon ...
Mm Graw'f home on Oct. .. with wild flowers and fern. Tuesday evening at the home of I
Mn-: Edna Strickland, refreshment Mrt. W. W. Bevery. In the business -i
C.II CLUBS HAn comlmttee chairman, served Limeade session Mn. Severy was made Small Down Payment i ii iry
THREE' NEW LEADERS'Mrs. and wafer secretary to fill a vacancy caused,
Fred Redd end Mrs. Don by the resignation of Mn.L Walk-'
Ferreyra are the leaden this year MRS. FOULK GIVES up. Mrs. Fritz Schroeder the
of the 4-H girl*'clubs in the Homestead LUNCHEON PARTY president, presided. I
ichools. Mrs. H. K. Foulk gave a lun- During the social hour Mn<
The elementary club meets fromI cheon party at the Green Lantern Schroeder and Mn. Blanche Chapman
to.2 p. m. each Tuesday, and the Restaurant Wednesday assisted the hostess in serving I _
Jiigh school club, from :2 to I p. IlL Covers were laid for: Mr*. J. S. cake and punch. a
Miss Kathryn Cast and Miss Horton, Mrs. Landon Carney, Mrs. Present besides those named 10el yF, ,
Shirley Karkneai are the Redland Given Victor Mrs. T. J. Faust, were Mn. Herbert Hunter, Mr.
club leaden. The elementaryclub Mrs. Elizabeth Fycht and Mrs. E. Blanche Chapman Mrt. J. Cook,
meets from 10 to 10:40 a. tn.an J. DyatR. Mrt. Rudolph Mattaon Mrt. O.
Tuesday, and the high achool HAn- Clonlnger and Mr Lake Delta.
club. from 10.40: to 11 a. m. A/a Own the refrigerator thai U "
AU but Mrs- Redd are new tend- FISHING PARTY PA"-OUP;; the tcotatloa of the IQ4U1V1-
R.A.'t of the First Baptist Church SILVER: IAS
era.Mist Eleanor: Hollerty li leader of Homestead went fishing en the I FELLOWSHIP: )MEETINO; the flf11 refrigerator thai ffres ...'

.I the Perrina club which nests North canal Tuesday afternoon. A fellowship meeting In the Silver fan skis tam able of skis fiunoui

from 8.30: to 9:13 on Tuesday.! The Rev. C. N. Walker leader, Palm Methodist Church annex S-BQOvlog-ptrt Rollatoc Cold- CUe.t lAo rttWftfeta* JUt A.t
was In charge of the party. Monday evening proved to bjt an
COUNT HJ-LEAOVC The,.boy who went wens, : Arnold IM'UII"'IJ.J.8I'9stlt1l\ feature, A, mtUpg mechioliru. A standard "Mr hxlt Actiae r..d'.t 4 ..
TO MEET HERE NOV. It Mellwaln Charier' ;Robert covered dish supper at T Q'clgck Hlltor 99 feft.tit pyea. ,.,.- pnnJvtMMtfc flood Light
The\ HWLeague of the Homestead son Steve Biondo, Lynn Irwin, was followed by an evenly of aids for the cqulvaleot of thorfl

Metj QdChWyh/ will entertainthe Letter Archer Elbert West, Ildred game, owl J7 Teary of boons II*.. M/udfJ"S3eN* HrJro'fOlr

county,league In the church on q lima and John Kuhn. There. .was. a food attendant!!. Com la and get the: ttmfhttttorj SUIu&lls'Ntr ileetnt. Many':
Nov 12. Mr*. J. B. Pose,leader
of the .Honw t.ld croup wilj be of lUlUtet lU Hgertdoa. epSer .ct-m Ntrrte /.efuret,,

in charge of the program. Green Lantern RestaurantAOJOININa
Plant) call for i short play t


SESSIONThe Regular Dinner sea Vegetable Plato lie
Amn CUil met wi* Mrs. Al) RJndt .f HoaM-anade Sandwiches FORMERLY HOMESTEAD: NORGE: SHOP
B. O. Branch Friday for a quilting
_Ion. Mr*. Brapcji won the! Mrs. Tracy Chinners, Prop.

mystery package I MJ N. Rjrame Avenue Caret Building

Smith Present Mrs were J. B. Hardee Mn. Drster Un. Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick jf f

Albert Meybfnv Mrs. W. 9. Caves
Mn CaUUn. Mn C o, W.
Wayne Graduate Oberljn Conservatory and RoyalConservatory i
Turner J*. Mr*. Bob Harris and Test it
Mrt. Wm. M. Johns, of Leipzig


Plans to attend a district meeting -
In pompano tonight were madeat way
the meeting of Royal Poloclana Re land Road Near Piseayne Drive Phone 1422 ,4
Grove Woodmen's Circle, In. the TRY to tea t

|. O, p. F. hall Oct |. Those Who clCarerRocfiac. ,
plan to attend are: Mrs" )Frances: YonH ta

Coker, district chaplain; Mn. Ruth astonished *t IUtpatbnm
Godwin, district banker! M 'L I
-Itf .
Sarah Martin,district auditor; and Wet Wash
Mitt .101810! Gorday end Mn. Bessie treat durabtllt7Von (>
Brady. know It dUndnpnndoraJIeoadltfco
New by-laws were adopted. *-

Mn.'Myrtle A. Depew of Tort that It wffl withstand d tile ,
Pound 5c
LEGAL NOTICES Voof Were yon tn famfflatnofta .,j.beat.

.fr'04f atosma.eta.Pkls
savers or ATruciriou ton TIDffO Minimum .
by what It doear-"
(R.ode bid! PS.. J .
: lieoslL
'YlawdsltlTnae; C: ,
NOTIC1 Is HIRF.5T GIYKM tee eel ,
LIU.AB C. rMMKUN. koMw ft Butt Starting September 28, we will add a pew Vanilla
M4 Coratr Tae Ortlflou Na tills k.
tmt the IU .*.. it Aimrt A. D. 1IU.Ui .
riM .s k> .. aI,..., and K.. M* service to our laundry, .Wet wash consists of ..
ppUwllM far a to* d..d W |MM<
t'J: : ro..Mtr:III:.the miil c..Mw.. clothes washed and wrung and delivered damp.

N, Block t.J'lorW.PranUl MwUlL Int ...... jo
.' ........ Plat took .. P... t{. I* else Brooker Lumber Co.
CMIIIIV ., Dads, state d KhtM Shirts Finished . lOc each
TW of mid rOw .
IoI--: :::
M 4a.d I "W4
all UNKNOWN. Phone 62 Homestead Fla.
V._ .M _II..... .WI be ...... ,
ed Bordlim to fc>v, the / :
tlimla will M.MM to tit.rol.hht itd.r
., the C... .-. door ... UM flaw 11* HOMESTEAD STEAM LAUNDRY
daf In UM IMtk W Dwmbn. > IN*, wklckb 'J q :,
,he n" fer '* v-..... X4)4.
Dow this Utlo "Tr 00tMH. 10114.I. ,
, I. L&A711&IIIIAH. I A Complete, Laundryack P.R OD U, T S."t .
Ctortdunk few*. Bate c-a... erf Baiel Bedlam IfoMeaUatt fl*.
; craw COM *.! rtorBr ...
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Paw Ten THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, October 16, 1936

IillillillllllllllllllllilllllhIHllllllllilllil' assuring I freer flow of water Incase !HoateetM4. "IMthsr 'Was the' Archer. After adoption ol tho

I MILE LONG SITE of excessive rain south Dada commirtee's endorsement { name South Dade planning committee -

"1. That said canals be bridged I given to a project for the.' It was decided that County

20 Years AgoIIIIIIIIIIIillililllllIIIIIllllllillllillllliil FORBEACHTOBEGIVEN tor traffic and locked by gates (: eatabllBtitnent eta eewrty tretutent'I Commissioner J. Lamar Paxon

which will permit the adequate farm. j of South Miami would be asked to

water control of this section by I I I appoint members to represent his .
I The projects added to the list by
COUNTYContinued i extends far South
preventing the lands to the west i district which as
the connnllfcae were offered M
from being Inundated by salt water I a* Silver Palm drive.
follows Goulds school
: elementary ,
TIlt '01_.... laws ore Ukakallm e. during storm tide, and by providing The planning committee adjourned -
free .... .f U.. Rs..M.d ( from Page 1) by W. H. Owens; library and community -
1:.,..,..... *Mall.k.d M... I*. till reservoirs for the storage I building and centrally located subject to call by theI
a* she Mill Florida! .._. planning board's tentative program of fresh water In case of droughts. I chairman. The deadline for submission -
and added six projects: an "3. That the road bank of the j I Homestead park, by Ben | of the six-year program
Archer; Homestead and unincorporated
experiment In water control in
Oct. 12 Homestead and Rlorlda City canals | Is Nov. IS, Mr. Disbrow said.
1916 village mapping project,
the Highland fanning section; construction be paved from Krome avenue to _

"Mrs. A. L. Chandler to registered of an elementary school the road-dike site, and beautified I by A. R. Livingston; Highlands I 'jI
at Goulds water control, H. L. Cook. Breakfast to Follow
at the Ore n Tree Inn-Miami that could be used as a by the planting of ornamental I !
Herald." i storm center in case of need; constructten trees Indigenous to our tropical I J. D. Redd, member of the Dade I Communion Service i

of B library I and community County planning board read tho
-- (), B. Parker had five acres of climate along land ides of said
his land near Tweedells corner building In Homestead; creatlon banks.: I I|I board's suggested list of projects I The Young People's Service

scarified and put In good shape for | of centrally located park and I 'BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: I II i i to the committee which acted on I League of the St. John's Episcopal

tomatoe lie will aim plant rest-rooms In Homestead more That It is the Judgment of this I: each project as It wu presented. Church will held corporate communion -

about 12 acres In tomatoes on the I convenient to casual visitors than committee that such a road-dike I T. E. Kirby presided M chairman I' at 8 o'clock Sunday In the

glade." is the proposed park east of the I would not only provide one of the i j W. C. Olsbrow, office engineer of church.

"Sheriod Poppell/ for many I I)'I water plant; a survey, moping and moat beautiful scenic highways In the district WPA office in Mi- II Afterward the group will have

years paying teller of the First I'monumentlng I of the entire city this country, but would also protect ami, attended the meeting In an breakfast at the home of Mr. and

National Bank of Miami has had of Homestead; a survey, mapping I the property and lives of numerous advisory capacity. He pointedout Mrs. Lee H. Lehman.

M-vcn of his fifteen acres scarified and monumentlng of all unincorporated of our citizens by furnishing that the six-year planning program -

by 8. Fltzpatrlck's big machine1. II villages in Dade County. much needed security from was not a definite commitment I COUNTRY CLUB TO HAVE

He already has one and a half I I For the scenic highway route I I flood waters to Homestead Flor- to projects on the list but RADIO ENTERTAINER
along the South Dade waterfront, just "a look ahead'. Not all thr I
acres planted in tomatoes; the ida City, Redlands and adjoining Due to the inability the Homestead -
balance will be put In beans and the local planning committee recommended communities" projects would be applied for Country Club managementto

tomatoes at B later date. Last Saturday -I' construction of a Among the county planning I through WPA, but through PWA 'I' secure an orchestra for Saturday -

the lumber came for Mr. "road-dike, similar to that constructed board's projects endorsed were: as well, he suld. night there will be no regular

Poppell'i store to be built near his by the government on I A concourse along the Seaboard The local planning committee, dance at that time, but the "Vir-

residence on Krome avenue northof Lake Okeechobee, from I point right of way through South Dade I as appointed by County Commissioner I ginia Hill Kid," a former'. (adl)

Homestead." """*' near the Matheson Hammock on and terminating a "show park" I II H. L Cook to act In an advisory artist, will be present t
-"A shower was given on Tuesday the north, running parallel to Biscayne of brilliantly flowering tropical capacity to the planning 'entertainment with the guitar and

afternoon for Jennie Cochran at Bay to a point In the vicinityof I trees as a means of providing access ), board, la composed of Mr. Kirby, harmonica, and to sing,.popularsouthern

the home of Mrs. W. G Moon." Card Sound on the south and to Industrial sites southwestof L. L Chandler, Mr. Sottile, J. R. songs.

--"Tom Vann and wife have mov- connecting with the Oversea Highway I'' Coral Gables Three airports Hlckson, Frank B. Rue, Mr. Livingston No admission will be xkargedat

ed to Homestead from Key West to Key West" : in the county, one in or near Home Frank Skill, R. K. Graham the door, and everyone is Invitedto

Mr Vann has taken position with This recommendation was contained stead. A tropical arboretum at Wm. J. Geronlmo and Mr. come out enjojvthe etaaing.Nast .

the railroad" In a resolution offered by 1 Chapman field provided that the i

-"The friends of Ralph Mr. Sottile as supplementary to project for development of an ,

were grieved to learn Siddle'l endorsement of the county planning army air base there has been aban

Saddler passed away on board's skeletonized proposal doned. Water control for the en- '

at Orlando 'shortly after the birthof for the road and dike which wouldbe tire county. County operatedcanoe I

a girl baby. Mr. Saddler has connected with the northern camps. County operatedauto

the sympathy of all In his bereave i Florida keys by means of a causeway trailer camps, one in the

n .' between Arsenlcker keys and south section of the count. one

-"Rev. W, J Barton performedthe Old Rhodes Key. In the north and one centrally lo

ceremony at the marriage. at I Collateral projects submitted as cated. A M-mtle scenic driv,' j

two of our well-known and popular forming "an Integral and indispensable skirting the rock ridge south of Mi ,

town.people-Samu'l A. Mc- part of the above", were .

Kinatry and Miss Virginia Cochran recommended In the resolution as I ami.A project for the establishmentof

-on JXkursdsy wnlng, October follows: a tropical research laboratoryat
itf>" 'Xt I o'clock Mr. Bar- th.l.; That all canals crossed by I the University of Miami was

ton pronounced them man and road-dike I be cleaned and not endorsed on the ground that I

wife, on the prettily decorated'veranda widened from their western *xtremlties It would duplicate the work of the ,

of their new home. There r to Biscayne Bay, thus Subtropical Experiment Station at II I

were many guests present whose I I
Carload of Bean Seed
congratulations were hearty and LEGAL NOTICE !

sincere Refreshments consisting I Received by Kilgore Co.A '
of cake Ice cream and punch DEED

were served to the guests. Mr solid carload of bean seed, I (Senate Bill N*. HI 1 1ter.
and Mrs. McKlnitry will reside in I the second to be brought to Homestead I. T. Ckrl.ltan.. kolitar of SUM endCw.y

their newly-built home one of the arrived this week from the Tax CwUUnU No. Ub ML MX
US and W'. blued the lot tn of Aa.,..
coolest cottages In town. Colorado seed growing Ilelda'of A. D ISli, ku filed mum u ir ."... .
"Program for the Wllsonlan Literary the Kilgore Seed Co. to be sold wad ku _.. cpplkMlm for tu .... ti
''M wed .krw.. tU 00""...... 5.
Society for pctober 20, 1111 I';, through the local tore of the com brael the tollwel.e de.rriked .

current events, Herbert Lamb} I pany. The first car was trough ,I .situated...w1t. Is Dad. County. state of =::

original story, Roy Houser: recitation In by the Kilgore Co., last yearl Iota I* to U In NtU: ukdn.. of SM.tloa .
Lowe elect The Bountiful I II, Township U month, Ranm 40
Gladys ; car contains ,
I Beet. Plat Book I. Pan ... hi the I THEIR FIRST ROOM FINISHED
Lota Holland; biography Giant Stringlen, Stringiest, Black County, *f Dad*, State of Florida a*
Fuchs; description nadln"j I Valentine and Full Measure bean inkiawd la OntlftoaM M*. Ml. The I
aoMMamit of Mid property nadr the WITH S-W SEMILUSTREfor
field; original story, Roy ; seed. Mid Certificate baud was la the nam. I

t an adventure Joe ; of least John Draw.to t a 14 In NEVt uhdn, of I newly wtdt. and for everyone II... For kitchen* i. bsoViroom.

t"tlon, Ooldle Lambert; elect Rets Fitch; recitation, RuaMl ( etkM II. Township IS outk. Rail ttilrwtyi. nuncritt. .recreation wood
reading, Minnie McCall; book report 40 Ea*. Pl.t Book I. Pin (I I* the l
Horne; recitation, Norman Williams. County of Did. But of Florida l a.nkrMd work radiators, me Shcrwin-wWltm S nlLuitre .
Fred Mowry. The third and ." In Ortlflral N*. Ml Tk I the *swsln| ,vwlUnlth tINt easily wtthcsclctn. J1.12QukkHlrylm
fourth grades hive organized a .-.went of Mid property ands the I For QUART .
MM OrtlflMM issued WM I. the means
literary society. The officers are: of John Drw. I
Claude Budd, president; Arietta NOTICE or APPLICATION DEER rot TAX Lots.1 .to 14 In lpN.n.-: *f (-*. I And the ShtrwIn-WllllMii Budget Payment Plan en.blca011 to
(Senate Kill 1'1.. 101lOTI1C One .* 40bat. point house Inside end out lor Unit $4.19 _&
McCollough secretary The pro- Plat Book I. Pan ... Mntala.In your M II a ,
,ram for the first meeting will be: .)M. BROWN IR hoJ HEREBY" r of state GIVEN and: County OutI. too ATM mow *r Irof In the Conn.IT .. II . tee M tbeul It tody.i. .
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of Dado, But at Florida.
select reading, Raleigh Poiey; recitation T.. c and Ilia. bested the th day of Atnrart.A. .
WUllMi Fiber; reading, D. I IMS ku filed. saw. III w offh, assessment 01 mid. property under the j THIS WEEK
MM OrtlfUot./ issued In the
Marian Loom*!; reading, Euphla and ho wad..pplk.tlon. for a tax don1to of John Draw WM Maine
W html .... ., MId CrtlflMoatbrarr .
Martin, : solo, Mildred Campbell; the following- dMorlbd. areas rty Lot 10 In .W V Sukdn of Epsilon
I*, Towmhlp It Booth, Rann 40
joke. William Bruner; recitation, I. the Comply it 'De'". state of Fin-Ma. ...... Plat Book L Fees U. ooUlnhw S-W PolUlr-o!
Claude Campbell; reading Angel b.wat4u.. n Amy mom or ..... hi tk County -
I t* tl RIsAk I. ftnlw tMctito.uMll. .
I of Dod, But f Florida Gloss Enamel Furniture Polish
, Durham: read in, Leona Matthews; n ( .. fill Bonk II. Pan Tl. In In Cortlflnt* No. 191 u mkrarad Th- I

; Natation, Edra Camp: reading, .Ik.*.Cnnnly nkr..*d of IK Dad Crtlflrt. Hint. ,It No.FI "s rhh.?. a...mint af MM property order the r r Furniture Woodwork Restores (uttrs. Leaves no
v Richard Fucbs; recitation, Abner The ..._....., of Mid property, infertile .amid Jabs Ortirirat Prrw.tat. issued wu In the naf .. I alls. Coven wild, one cool. oily 'film' to ftngtrprinl.
MM CmIIl..-." heed WM III tinMm. IT and II In : .n" ..
t Morgan: reading, Sadie Cochran of UNKNOWN.lot. FH of EnaneloidSPECIAL t
o recitation, Rose Tower, reading I I |* II. Hkvk .. Birrbw H.I....., IkwtMn 40 East 14.maintains Town.hlp 10 IS Acrw Sash,in RannIm ." or I % "i a 8-Wn Plat Book SI. Pat 7t. la In 'th. Cnu.01 Dado, state of i On. lo a Customer L U One to s Cintoncr I U
the Count of Deft Stab of Florida, Ftorkk. Plat Book t. Pan IK, .
M mbraod
LEGAL NOTICENotice '. ,....
as Bknnd In ( .U N. '11I11. In Cntirirat. No. III n. !
Th aMaaint of MM property npdrrIk .."assent of Mid property tooVr tkr Varnish Stain Mar not Varnish
OF APPLICATION FDa TAX MM. OiWIrtrt* brad WM III she aid Ortlflrat. iMart wa la the Mm >

(......DUD Hill No |tlswric > news t a f UNKNOWN 1t, aha' lt L Bark. .h ., of C*H Mid LomVnhn OrHflral. ikill lie P hnn. i\ (S-Wflo-loc) Bert for Room, woodwork
is Henrtiir: GIVEN: that Pat' IbM III. Pan fe, in .4 irordlw to law IS* pmwrty Marra..d Stein end varnish In one. Rich furniture. Quick drying.
heldde the cominty of 'De" State of 1'Ictride thorala will k. Mid to the hlrlwatt I
A. 14 N5CULLOUnH of MM aad0aije bidder durable ,lOll. oHMt9f 1 quad e4
Tan Onlflrat M a reed at OtrtMInU N* toll the Coert.h. dew the first
No teal bawd M oa Non.
tliT k dar at July A D IMO. ka MMHM Tk* .i l ini ll .e old property under di, la Ik* momk of Nowinkw. whlohI I ofiC, applicator- J1 33
In mf ..Ill.,., awl h. .mad apvtkav the.._MM at UNKNOWN.r.rtlflMIbrad. won la tW the" lad diy November, IMSData .. 'Micuttomr, Is JUO el'..e I .
<>... tar a lax ilrad I" ... Issued. tknaV .. thin send day of avptombrr. IMS.K I
Lota 1 la II Blok 4. R.ylw Hollkta, ,
M certificate .MMus.the fatkiwlntdm
Abed uroprrt' In th. "imljt of Dad, a (....... Plat Book II. Pan I*. hiIW Clark *f Clrta.ll Court Dad CoontrCtrroh I I
Covers of ItefU. State ad Florida,
...,. '
III 1",101. 1o..It Florida.By
... -t'-C'rtliM.; .
I me kra d TtW.TIM
.j N ar., :.f../':."", ..r.r mi:,.. -:..sg4.or Nwt5 N'i I t aownwat tl MM property ...... N c ". P. o : r
the MM C.TJflr.1. Wed WM In. Ik* ... M. .ltn U 1
J ar.t, or BEd, in aeetiwl I Town. IS )

ship t M A.Bovlk*. answer ROM Ma N,YAM I...k rontnln.In c...-. I ..Mm Unless of MId UNKNOWN.C..Nrhata Shan to MaWr
to Ito the aWrlMdM W. D.
; I property Home Co. Inc.
w 'De.. Biat of Flnrlda.Tk ..ererdIaV he aos4 M the klohol bode WIFE WINS FIGHT
of MM
aaMMnwnt propnty nndrf .. the Cwrt-h..m doer .n the firms Now
the Mid MrtlflMt broad in II
wu Ik* same .
In the ilk l which
day m Nomnkn.> KM. TO GET BACK PEP ,
at F
k the 14 .,, of Nnnkr. III"Ve
nrtirlraM Shag ha
MM ," thin folk day of >..-ili.*. ISM.B. 1My para. plso..M R.d 2..a"
o .d aMnNtw M .... tk* proa**** dmrrlkidtMr I LCATKERMAN or.._ Mw ksaashl saw" w FRANK L. SKILL OwnerHOMESTEAD
'. will W meld M the klakMt kkttaran ,
Clark -< Clash Con '
the Mrkial door a* the tint Nor IM e..... .,.....1 Wed-f"t" \
dnp M Ik* noritk *f DMmbn. IttS, whisk rtmn eo.rt",1 FLA. PHONE 507-J
.... .... = :tat
k. Nt toy of IM. By D. A fi .. lead OTOM Bark oa a****
,jN" nand tktt' Ittk dap_of (law bor. ISM VAMtts.. 32. S.> an M F**. saaraau*. Only Poe
s" ...' E> .. L ATHI: MA>r. iaMpl Writ Hod Croaa K.niUlin. IMpt.
i" u Dad. CBs ? I T. JukMavUM. PI*. .."" *f Mod Or***
} CarrCah.atC e o I __.|lot.llodOrauOhlllaad Ala ,..,..,I PAINTrr' 8AU' 1 UARTJ; 8 IS.Q5J. .

"":!'r fi 0'1'.lit. 'a'eyxapm: ','D.Ne.C'C1oiIf.' .... WANT ;,ADS .PAY = fwd sal =ear. ;::.--- at6tlmere


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Friday October 16. 1936 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pie IttVta


r crhe Churches -I I (Ruses em No. Hill ; CLASSIFIED ADS

FORHST C: WYSONG. holder of Rut
and County Tae Cortm
u ._-- tko lad day of July, A. D. most, hoe 11'><1 a line
MM In nr effk.. and hM ..... .HI.....- ---- '
.... ...........
Florida City Community Quired I __Musk bi Cent of 0." FOR RENT FOR SALE Complete restaurant i
Iloteacl-The Rev C. N. FI.......
Walker, pastor. Sunday school at -the Rev C. G. Nelson, pastor N14dhtofNC" c ..... I I equipment Andy's Oaf, Homeshad k '
,L I 1, as III'L' FOR RtNT 10 room HOUM. West ( o 161 w
Church school at 10 a. m.; preachIng = p
Preaching at 11 a. m. : v-- :n.:
10 a m. Sass. "' seams : Mowry St. and Bth Avo. Home-

;A' and 7.30: p. m.; B.Y.P.U. at 7 p.m. and at Bible 7:30: p.study m. Midweek Wednesday prayers a In do Congo d Dade. stated Rise.t stead. See a F. Pyt South MIami SMALL PLANTS and cuttings for

J.: Prayer services Wednesday at 7.SO.: HM The -Mo iin> of said slowly nulor Police Stationp o 23) sate. Mr*. Geo. W. Kneel. Jungle y
m. Mid Corttftoau recd wait hi UM nanw
JJA.739: p. moil JOSEPH W. ADAMS Grove Redland road and Ptum-

\ Redland Community <:Church, DntoM MM mMlrnlo akall ba rodom.ad FOR RENT 5 room house with mer drive.GLADIOLUS.
', Could*-The Ruv. Noah Peter.son the Rev. C. O. Nebon paitor. MronMM to law vela UM prooorty dourlkH electricity In South AUipatUh
Meals will bo tha
piutor. Sunday school at 10 to hkrhMt bidder Gardens. J. M. Holferty, South BULBS Ptoardy,
Church school at 10; preaihtng at at the OurVkowM door on the font Mon
a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and 11. Epworth League a. 8;Ji>. Midweek day In tIN Month of Norambtr ..... who* Allapattah Q.irden Address the most spectacular and most

T.SO; p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at 6.30; p. m. prayers and Bible study to Dated the sad this day omh of Nooombrr day of lUptomhw.1SI4 111*. Gould, Fla. (o 19-23) beautiful gladiolus tw produced.

Prayer service at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday Thunday at 730. E. B. LEATHa MAN. I Flesh to salmon pink color. ,

I. Clark of commit Court. TOMATO LAND in Allapattah Vigorous grower and well adapt.

METHODIST EPISCOPAL, Ofcrult Court Soal Dada Counts Florida Gardens section farmed In tomatoes ed to Florida condition High

CATHOLIC SOUTH By H. JAMF.g. D. C. three years ago, now hot eat quality bulb, large ala 12.23

l0.1.2.5,15u.so I myrtle growth. Rent $2 per acre per 100, medium its*. II.IW per

Church of the Sacred HeartS. White Stone Church-Homestead NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX: per year. Other land entirely 100, poitpald. Orders for shipment I

E* Second avenue, Homestead; ; the Rev. A. A. Koeslllne, ( DEEDSenate (III No. 11.1lOTIE cleared $10 per acre. D. E. Allen by express not prepaid,

the Rev. James Cloonan, pastor. paitor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. ) I* HEREBY GIVENhat Miami. Phone 2-5897. large aloe, $1,80 per 100, medium
Sunday mass at 9 a. m.; week day m.; preacltlng at 11 a. m. and 7:30 1. 1. Cnrhtunaen. holder of State and
County Tea Certificate. No. bat issued the size, $1.10 per hundred. No order :
man at 7.45; dally Sunday school p. m. Junior League at 2.30; p. lord n.y of Awu.t A. D. loll has filed TOMATO OR POTATO land tor accepted for less than $2. Special

Sunday following 9 o'clock mat m.; Hi League 8:49 p. m.; Senior Mme In my office, and hM made nppllan-' rent at Gouldi, fla. Preston H.
ties for tai **rd. to be lamed thereon prices per 1000. E. T. Draper,
: Communion for League at 7 Lee. (p 0 23) u
women the first p. m. Prayer meeting Sold Certificate rmbmoM the followln.

Sunday of month; for men and I at ':30 p m. Wednesday.Oct -,..... property In the Co.oty of Dado, Boyklns, Va.
Stale of Florida, towMtLot. FOR RENT.-room house two t
boys the second Sunday of month. ti to 14 In N. W. V. Pint Book screened porches running water GUAVA JUICE $1 per gallon.
Holy hour Thunday before lint 18-Morning message: I. Pace .. Section M Towiuhlp I* Jungle Grove, Redland.
The Eighth Commandmeat"i'evening Bout. Romeo 40 ram nntnlnln 19 garage fruit trees, for
Friday of month at 7:45 Mass
p. m. A_ man t '" tM Corny: W couple. Apply W. W. Ssverr
1:1 ,
first Friday at 1-30 a. m. Bene- message by Dr. C. K. .... aaa .......... CARISSAS. IOC qt CUTTINGSand
diction' of the Blessed Sacrament Vlict presiding elder of Miami no a..r.aat d said prop rte Bedd't Dry Cleaner. SMALL PLANTS for sale. .
the said ....If..... Issued was in tho some '.
after-mats, District. so t UpfKNOWN. Mrs. Geo. W. Kosel, Jungle

Unl..o MM oortlflMta. shall ... rrdWrnodncoordln FOR SALEFOR Grove, Redland road and Plum ,
Silver Palm Consonantly Church to law. the proportr aWrttiod
CBUSTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH -the Rev. R G. Cowan, pastor the thorrln will bo low U tko ktoktot bidder M SALE I built-in bath tub MISCELLANEOUSPIANO
F boa. door on tko forms Monday
2 kitchen sinks Call Phone 20.
school at 10 In the mama of
Florida Sunday every Sunday Nomnbor lose, wakk. to
City-Broadway and the Ind day of 11_. I.... (P O U) 1'
Sixth, street Sunday school at a. m.; preaching services 1 on first, Dalod this ..rd day of ...-..... III*. TUNING an. repairing. (.
U5 third and fifth Sundays at 11 a.m. Eo .. LEATHERMAN Good used piano for ale cheap.
.. for tomato
m. pupil under 20 year FOR SALE-Eggs; fryers;
I and 8V.m.Princeton.The. Clerk W Omtt Cost Da*. County.Clravlt W. E. Koon. US N. W. 3rd St {
.of age; morning service at U FlorId. plants; all varieties of fruit In

o'clock. Wednesday evening services I Rev. H. G. Cowan Court By Sral N. C. mtRRETT. D. C. season. Shanklln Grove % milewest REAL ESTATE "

which include testimonials pastor; the Rev. L. G. Adams, <*..*. U. Oct .. (. I*. SI) Flo. City Redland rd. and

j of healing and experiences and remark assistant. pastor Sunday school at NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAI Palm ave. (s 25-o 1e) REAL ESTATE-Tlioae who want

{I on Christian Science, 8 p. 10 a. m and preaching at 11 every DICED to buy or sell Redland District
(Senate Bill No 141) TOMATO. Pepper and Broccoli
i mj; The public I* cordially Invitedi Sunday. Preaching at 7.30; p. mon : NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN hat real estate will find up-to-date vi
Simons Silver Palm
to, attend. I T. Ch..t._,, holdor of state nnd plants. cor.
tint Sunday of month.METHODIST. listings In our office. Many ct
County Tax c..lr..... II... IllfH. Issued the Dr., & Richard Rd. (s 4 If) I
Oct IS...-Leseon Sermon 1th day of A u"1. A. D. I9SS, box food. | these listing are still at sub-
FREE MUM In ny off"'., and hM made appllcnUon normal prices. We shall appre
topics "Doctrine of Atonement for a IM dad. to b. .hound th' ... MANGO CHUTNEY Be an oz. orj3V i I
-" Forlda Cily-Mn. Ernest Warren Sow CartlrtoBta. _10_ the following a pint Jungle Grove elate either your Inquiries or
I _rbooI ........, '. the. CaunlF of Dad. your lilting, all of which will 1
pastor. Sunday school Stab of Florida, towllU
i r CHURCH OF CHRISTjlomesteadJ'ifj 10 a. m.; preaching 11 a. m. and *. T and IB B. W.4 Subdl.bloiiof FRYERS Live or dressed. Free have our beat attention. Now i*
.. SoMkn i ... Township I* South. delivery In city. Phone 435-M. the time to buy. B. VT Morn,
'Ia 8 p. m.; Junior meeting 6;30 p. m.; R.... 411 Ea.t. Plat Book t, Pan ... Plant
McEwen Poultry associated with H A. Cam
|I' t';nue and Young People*' .mtetlrigjeitl;:!}.: Mntalnliw W Airra morn or 1 IOM In now
N5 VT,"nrarWeetrT. tf. Hunton the County of Dad., state of Florida. mer drive. eron, N. W. lit St. In Citizen
Prayer and class meeting 7.30: ( Tho Mo "n..nt of Said property undorDnloM
nflhiiter. Bible study at 10 a. m.; Thursday. the oil said IDA. -"tIN' .hoed wait la the .._ FOR SALE Guavas, 5c lb., onlyIn Dank BId,. Phone 72.
cemm union
fellowship and Mid. omlfhua than haoraorrllnii r.dam.d small quantities. Jungle WANTEDWANTED r
pfcachlng at 11 a. m.; preaching at PENTECOSTAL to law. M. (rooorty _,..o. Grove Redland.
70: p. m. prayer meeting Wed- -"rjln will ba Mid to tho hlthMt. bidder
Goulds-Rev. John H. Stroud, CourbhouM acre on the foist Man. 1
nteday 7.30 p. m.CHURCh day In tho month of New-mbr. load which.. LEGAL NOTICES
business Leolu :
pastor, Sunday school at 9:45: to tho Ind day of Nomnbor, ISM college pupil.

I I OF GOD I preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.30; p. noted this tlrd i,. of ftopta-mhor I.... Little 8 S. W. Third St! Homestead I
B. B. LEATHERMAN. at4fla ant (If Ike" are meow go 041110 1 )., '
I m.; Young people' meeting 8.30; Clark of Circuit Coast Dado : Vlrtnr E nnwiior wuu, A. Ir sebmara
Jfomeatead Ladies' circle Tuesday CountyFlorida O K II.Ki.........
-60S N. W. First p. m.; prayer .
4. That Uw two Mnwraphl beat store
aycnue; J. W. Dodson, -minister. at 3.30 p. m. Mid-week pray Circuit Court :;/" InRRITT. D. C. thins UM aamM of the owners, blink.> -

Sunday school at 945; 'a.m..; ir service Thursday at 7:30 p. m. l..pt. t*. Ort I. I. II II) knld.n not, will sly_UM ut Hot ho'of'_MuntoMm. It any, andMeurltr n.tain .

poaching at.11 a. m, and 7.30; p.m., FIRST PRESBYTERIAN statement af Ih. Ownarwlp MirirralnUon. .......... kul J nlar Y. P. at 8,49; p. m. Prayer ..... R.../... br the Art af of the ennimrir but ...... In MUMvtxra
CHURCH tM rtwkkoUM or sourly holder
Construct of
August 14. 111*.
mseting. 7.30; p. m, Wednesday. the Leadr-!.....,.... .......10..l appears upol Uw kookl of MM. _...., MUrwlw
I ) I Homestead-R-rome avenue at SfU orkly of at Florida?.-...... ",.., for Oet I. loss Uw lose or of In UM any Pram other or rid.wwVw. r.,.ninth_ for, train for position la electric
County of Dado ,
CHURCH OFIE' NAZARENE N. 18th street; the Rev. E. L. Nelson /ler... no. n notary public In m and for whom such tru.... to ...1./ ., to when also
j- I tho that MM Mid two Paragraphs conUIn I IUWOMHU refrigeration and air conditioning
minister. Bible school at Mate and county ., personally knowlI I I II I
5lomeiU d-The Rev. Howard append Bra A....... who 10..,.. boon ooibrorln nfflinti full
Efkel 19 a. m; preaching at 11 a. m.I duly ..... noaordln to law, ...... and orfvo all belief as to MM .trmuiMt iwM bud imndlllniu field. No experience necesaary. >
pastor. Sunday school at and 8p.m. Young peoples' meeting ..ira that ha to lha adltor. of DM LMdm.Enlorprtot. I under vtikh MnrkluMon and tl

Iht5/ a. m4 preaching: at 11 a. m. at :7.30.: I II the bat of.his and that the followtne to. .1 tko security bonks koldoro of Uw Who MMponr do lot M .sooner......... For details write Drpt R l
add 7:30: statement of the .
ownorahlp Bunaaomont.ota. 771, Ref. Eng. lost XVarnrrBuilding 1 t
Junior meeting '*t 6 JO p m. Oct -18-Morning wonhlp: .. of tho aforoMld puhllr.lion for tIN thin that of bonn rid> meant and.PO.I

Prayer mailing Wednesday even- I "Loyalty to My Denomina by data the shows Art of In ConcraM the chose. of raptlon Auau-t, 1t roqulrrd. Ill, .fftont.... ._.roo.M no. MMtttetlon rouon .to ,koltoto or tko Youngstown, Ohio.

In! 7:30.incetonthe'Rev.. tion"; evening worship: ...bod'.... In aonnm all, PoMnl Lawa and 1001 any interest. direct r Ind/rust to
bow ,OOab. hoods or other mearklog .
Rotulatkml. -- -- --- --
"Studlec In Genes!*. | printed M the reverse aldoof ,
\. this form, ....wlt I M M Molod br himBEN f t
C. H. Con- I. ARCHER. PublUHrr.Swnm .
That Ih. Rasa and addrMMa of the
i don, paitor. Sunday school at 9'45; SPIRITUALIST TEMPLE OF Publisher, editor managing editor and ith d... to..f and Oct.1018.uhm.ribod orfon n>. this NOTICEPurauanl

preaching at 10.4 and 7.30 TRUTH balnme mead .r..m I tha ..... of OtllonA
1.1' a. m. Publhhrr: IIIIWT. O. BALL Net.rr "110. tn "
p. m;Junior meeting at 6:30; young Edlbir./ Bon Man A..Anhrr...'. Honntrnd.HoniMtond.Fin.Fin. I I Air .seionew.n. sassier i.e. II. SNWNOTICE 104 of the Saaklnl Plnrt.l of National told *oU Hank r U
bandy bomb by The
Homestead branch of Miami
J J people's meeting 'at 8.SO. Prayer Managing Editor Marjorto Labels Archer, or APPLICATION .FOR TAX of H__'. In the city of Hnme,uad .
Spiritualist Temple of Truth In H.d.1'Ia. baM.jboos .- .
State of Florida. that the liability
| meeting Wednesday at 7.30 DKRO
; m. 8.
p. Boa _
Managers Amboy. R
of Ma
Woman's Club. 410 N. W, Eighth (Senate Hill No. IU the beldam of them Mmnoi
M-:d. Fin." NOTICE IS HUtfBY GIVEN: stork by. the provisions at arise Sill !
EPISCOPAL avenue Men' Bible class and 1 That th. owner bl fit wad by ararporatlon. I MARY O. KUKTS holder of BUM .1// V. S. 111sch"d ....._ an Nato". And
young people's lyceum at 7:15 p. ha nanw and nddrMa mint hiatalod > County Tax C.rtlflrot. No. 1I1DI .herd Metbm 96 d tho Ftdrr.l Rom Art. aamended. i
Joha'-s, E. Second avenue and .110 immediately Uwrouudpr thes..nd UM 7th der o. Asset A D. 1.... ... .hall am w "
Hobson \w: =
m.; healing by Dr. J. Carl addroMM of atnrkholriura ownr I fled Mno In oi.. offlro, and hM made .. 1 By order W the snout of I .
., and Fourth street Homestead; the at 7.45; ; lecture and mesnagp at ins > holdlna ... prr rant or were of total I I .11.. ..*. to no .. .* I .1 J. I. MuLENIMrN Caaklrr"
Rev. Wm. C. Taylor, Jr. paitor. 7.30. amount of meek If not ownrd. by a mr.pratlnn I.... sail Certtuaicate mWo, tthe followIn tort ..II., 2CI I
tho nnnol and odd of the
Sunday schedule Eucharist individual ...... ... described property In tko Oscar of
: Holy swan must b. .l If 0. Dodo But of Florid ..-."I g
i with ORDER FOR PUBLICATION ad by n firm, or other Usliftr.panted LowrmM Out I NOTICE or MASTER'SALE:
hym and sermon at 8 a. m.; ::'i: =: I \ 1* Block S-B
IsM Chair Caurt. Kk... Judicial ;".. and address aa I l_4 Oomvanr't ........10..... Pint NOTICE IS HKRtBr GIVEN that und rand
,I i Sunday school at 1.43 a. m; Young fir is. Dace ('...t?. ......... IllthaiMary. walla these of auk Individual nombw I Hook t. Pen II, In the County oIHoo / by (...... of the Final Dorm nf F..r,..
People's Service League at B;30 p. CM N*. 441 M. mat ba (fron ISouth I state of Flemide.Th..coaenat I I Outlets, tendered In that certain MUM fr4Ino .
I FLORENCE Dade PuklUhlno Co. .__.. of Elr .
FRANK PITOLIA. Plaintiff I m of Mid property under In Iho Commit Court tip 1 m. at parsonage on Avocado drive. PUOLIA Drf.nd.nt. Dhotis Fla. B..i ", ..h... Mariorlo: Lowell A......... tho saw MrtlflniM lamed no In UM nnnuof' I Chad In ... for Tailo rnnnty .
Tuesday: Holy Eucharist at 9 a. m. It opposition by affidavit appended WUM R. L Arrbw. W, J. Van Winkle estate : JOS. W. BKI.L. KurMa In which Kmrot K K..Un.to ..
bill filed. In the ahnra stated MUM that W 0. Horaa. W D Horno Co.. Miami U.Iwmw orrtlflrnte Mall W rotoimdnmrdlne Plaintiff, and J. t 0...... . anivrrndaata
Fridays: Holy Eucharist at T a. m. FLORENCE PUGLIA. Uw Defendant Lumbar. Co., -.-. Fu : Mary A.i to low tko proport* oW Holy daya as announced.Oct ......,. ..- la a non-n.ld.nt at the Archer Enwraon: A....... Kry W.t, Fl.. ; will ko saw to UM kwhoM kMoor 4ll4tr. the Undersigned apartal II....,
BUI of Florida, and her neldenee to odew Mlnato Lath Fiends City Fla. C. A. at she Conrt-houM door on tko tint Md by UM Court In
- known ; that there If no Pat*" ll the NalnM, Bnnford. Fla. T I. Patrra, Ml.rnl 1 In the mouth of Nowmkor IOM. which MM Uonoo. will offer t.r MM at pobllaoortlMi
IS-St Lake's Day SUM of Florida. MM ....... of inbpoeea a. : *w Pno. Burkkardt. Wart: Palm to the Sod dnr of NorrmWr. IM4.Pau4 I to the highest and best bidder for
Service at usual hour Rrgnllar upon whom would bind nab Defendant Mil M<*. ria.. : Phil Sews, Now York Dry thin Kuk dor of ftVotmtbrr. III, rank at the South Front door of the COM.koiM .
that the to over the age of ,...", _.I I., H. Fbhrr, Phomli. Aria 1. E. Mm- C. B. LEATHIOMAN of Dodo Coonty. In the City of Mi.ami. .
monthly corporate eomma- _... It b __ ordered that MMneomldMit N. AntroirllM On. Clerk of Circuit Court, norwn on the and doss ot l w.ro>Ur.A r
"aloe ef the Trans People' DefMidnnt he. and oho to .. That ate known hondhoMno, moth Date <:-1tI... norldaClreuH D. 1.... botwon the horn of rlrrrno'rlori
hereby .eMlrod.to to Bill ., A. kt. and two oVIwk P. II. thrnronmr .
(WOT the oanM. and otkor Mesa oil holdora awnliwor Cord IM ,
Service League at t L m.) Complaint filed l. Mid mm on a* brfereMonday. I bowies I par rout or mora of total toy N. JAIlICI. D. c. dae.ib.d Maw Itarraa ..ItuuioIn

breakfast for members ef theleague MM and duy .* Norenber, A. D. anooint ., ........ nartaiMna. .at.............. M-.... IOrt .L_t. II. .s. 101 Pado Oonnty. .. ... k>wKt 1 Y
1.a& otMrwkw tl.. oJMMI4ooa ef aid bin Loss II and II of ten k II of ORANUKHI1CHTS
will be provided by wool partake* averaged by said Detent"it M par pier wMMof -....). j jI
Mrs Lehman at her home. following r ; I od In plot bank U. t... nfc pabHr n.. I i2
hi oreVred hit thin order UOwhlMMd ,.,o .1 D.4" easy, ma prus.rty
,the servlcevEVANGELICAL MM a Week for four eOMe w> FOR RENT .tale> In MM twooty oM mace ,
the I. The Lptdr-E/rprla an.w.p.pr I saw bo had for the >on- of
LtTHERA publl.Md.111'7' a now county: ad III.r. o ., .
John' R dWd the Rev. "III Swiss MnMor M Ctanrory
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Geo M. Potb, pastor. Sunday fink nl Comma Court.Crrralt

school each Sunday at 10 a. m. ] ( Court SoaJl I

EftglUb wry _on.second Sunday CARR aulbltoai Jar CARR.Ptomltf By.DMiitf M. SWIFT OWL F. M. DOLAN i1G 1AD THE I

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o( each rhontl\ 3 p. m. and Ger-
Graaada Blvd Coral Gables Phone Evergreen ISK-J
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M Gram Crackers
Blue Plate Products"d 1 lb.pkg. ...... 13c
These Delicious Foods
1 1 1 't
8 oz. .Iie 16t: pints 29c. qts. 4ge 1 Soda Crackers 1 Oc,
Blue Plate Salad Dressing 1 lb.pkg. .......
8 oz. size 15c; pints 25c i qts. 39c SA TURDA Y SPECIALS

PILLSBURY FLOUR, 20 lb. bag 95c

BULK Cannon All Green ANY.nttAND CLOROX
MEAL or GRITS AsparaftusNo.2can.25c I MILK_ 3 cans ....-22c: Pint Bottles .............._ 15e51bs.
.....u..19c Quart Bottles ............ 25e
BIde Rose
-RICESUGAR, cloth bag, 10 Ibs. 53C Apple Sauce ::

51bs5 ..&........ 25c a No.2 cans _....,25c.
P. & G. Peaches Good) Nu. 2% Can :lse > j
'k es ----u. 13t Phillip's Pork &Deans,l lb.can 5c R.RITZ B. Co'll., lg pkA' u.....21e 3 lb can -...... 59c

. Tomato Juice Armour's or Royal Arms,24- z. cans 3 for 25c

; 1\Iussetmann' Kellogg's 2 pkgs. No. 2 CANS Red Chief
: ; Apple Jelly Corn Flakes ...i.....15e.1( Tomatoes, 2 for .... 15c DOG FOOD -

.. 2 lb. jar ...... 25c Super Suds, 3 med. pkgs. 2Sc ::1 cans .u:.u.-15C

Crystal White All Colors

Soap Chips Sliced Pineapple No.Rosedale 1/2 can 19c Paper Napkins

: 2/lb. pkg. __u 17c pkg. u____... 10e

: Bulk Libby's Corned Beef, each :l7 c y ttow
I' Brown Sugar ONION'S.
{ Lady Grace Qt. Jato CampbeU's 3 Cant
; 4 lbs. .h.n.__ 25c Dill Pickles .__ .... 1ge Tomato Soup .uu_ 25c 31bs. .u.:.... lOc

; Country Roll Butter Cudahy's StInh b. 1h 36c

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' June Dairy nipe. York Cookie GA. BEEF
r i Cream Cheese Bananas, 3 lbs. ...-.13c I Apples, 5 bs. ....-.. 24e STEAKS

; 2 pkgs. ._..u. 15c Potatoes NO.1 SELECTED 10 Ibs. 27c Any cut, lb. ..i. 25e- -

Oar Own Slice DAISY
B.BACON Lettuce (Fancy Iceberg) 2 hd s. :l9c CHEESE

lb. .................. 35c lb. ........i... 25ci
r Celery I Large Fancy Stalks,Each 12c
i Lean and Meaty Demonstration on
' Spare RIbs Sweet Potatoes, 5 lbs. :l7c
2 lbs. ......... 3.1e SAUSAGEFANCY
SQUASH (Dome Grown) 2 lbs. :lSe BaCKLESS

Chuck Roast picnic llama
lb.. __m.____. 1& Rutabagas, lb..z 4c GRAPES, 2 lbs. m_ 15e lb. ..;_m.m 27et

OYSTERS, large, extra selects, qt. 65c

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