The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00135
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: August 6, 1937
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: UF00087294:00135
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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I Confesses to Rigging Fuse E. A. AMES CALLS MEETING OF




By Mayor Harris at Council Meeting -.- --

JAIL WEST The advisability of adopting an I"I;create the bUn to 1100 for a deed TilE WEATHER Co-operation Needed to
; IS adequate coning ordinance that I]! to the 35 acre involved. renew _.t.. _oft of the a.at..vt.alrgrrt..as Sell 70,000 Bushels
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will permit normal expansion of City Attorney Haycock wa instructed s4amwt.ad. I1 rid. at Fair Prices

Homestead along 'Well-planned to draft an ordinance vacating Date 1 Afia bar. Rao
: (
FREEONB0NDFormer" line, Instead Of haphazard growth! recently the public alley on the property -' July 80 .. 1 a2t\\1 70 130.041 IVEY FUTCII AND MEN
purchased St.
by July 31 -1 I 94 I 811 ,,80.051 SPEAK
wa discussed at the regular meeting John Episcopal Church for tx- OF CHAINS TO
Au,. I I n till
of the council tension
after It
city Monday purposes wat
3 .. 1 80 I 171 180.0'11
shown that action Sotinterfere Letter From Kroger Man
tilt would
: Meat Cutlet Says night Aul. I .I'S I 100 ISO.OII ..11Aut.
Grocer Hired Himto Mayor Tom Harris proposed the with exlitlg public utilities 4 I OJ I 54 121.1 1.33Aug ager Shows Evil of

ion plan. Which be said shouldbe 5 I 1& 811 110.001 Consigning 1
Burn Store Councilman" Rue
worked out by ait expert In ol the : I ,
swimming pool committee, announced
order to
protect blgh-clac residential
distribution I vitally
that a had been .
SWEEPING DENIAL, and business property nol placed through the policy Homestead Intmnc LEARN TO SWIMWEEKATPOOLTO needed If local grower want to I
MADE BY: MERCHANT otherwise restricted from the lnveatonvifcmli > Agency: to protect 1h* city maintain a reasonable price level :
yards minor
and poet for the biggest crop ot avocados In
manager tram liability In
concerns, the presence of which I the history ot the Redland District .
Insurance Plot CKarges: the event of art accident The policy
would tower the value of adjoiningreal .
E. A.
Ames president et the Flo
Result of Spite He v tote. TM council agVeedM carrie maximum insurance of
BE Ida Avocado and Pinion Lime \
$5,000 for Individual 9 THRU 14
injuries and
Declares I study' the situation and bring' 110,000 for accidents Involvingmore Grower Association, said yester
up the matter again at a later
day. This year' crap to expected
than one penon. The *n-
Criminal Information charging II meeting. i nual I to reach a new high of tennis 70-
second degree arson on six count The city' recent offer ol $30 Superintendent premium 1100. A person can team to swim In 000 bushel according to reliable
wp. filed,.:\fedlle84q by (:oWl fy to Sker tile title to tate-owned Ivey submitted six day, and the legiDoBrsdiTMnilnT one know* t tltgateAiiouncing'k .
lard l figures in regard to propomt-to %' ?
mi'tlclpal *
rd31'cu4iie" 'by! 'tfie' l
Solicitor Robert R. Taylor against -: the Homestead Is a special meeting :
George A. Vest, Homestead merchant airport was declined In I letter I FEC. railroad tanks of to teach him, laid Ted Bleler, tnanger frf growers In the auditorium of
and Robert Boyd, formerly from Nathan Mayo secretary of I from the with water of the municipal swimming Redland Farm Lit School kt a ,
city plant A
employed a* I butcher by West agriculture City Attorney Ira I scale, estimated to eliding thej pool, in announcing thatjiext week p. m. next Tuesday, Mr. Amc i
in connection with the fir which C. Haycock was Instructed to In*. monthly revenue of .bring. In Aug. I to 14 would be devotedto I said the entire situation, affecting \
free iwlmmlrl Icunni la .rrnuu.
both avocado
the and Persian limes ,
destroyed building and content $40 was suggested by -- -- --rI -
of We$'* Grocery on Mow ): SEED LOANS r Rue. The rate will be Councilmen submitted|'of all angel will be thoroughly analyzed,
street jl In early hoar .Tuesday, NOW to railroad official In the txpeC l. "There Is no reason for any man, flpesfcrm will Include Ivey Futch
Jtll.. Tb maximum penalty: tlon of soon reaching an agreement I woman or child in Homestead to head et an ssotlUon which control
under Florid laws lot hit felony AVAILABLEFORGROWERS and contract watch enviously those having a 15 per cent of the avocado
to tm jtntt !Imprisonment When It was ditcjoaed that the good time In the ;::ar.w'aI'i: and 79 per cent of the lime in the
Bond of SI,00ft Mt by Judge I city had no publicity fund through one can learn to Lk 1'iacld section of Florida; '
Lien C. Wniard ot the criminal HERE I which to finance e requested donation simple system developed by the Chat Ice Korbley, agricultural counsel ;
court of record, was procured later to the expense of the ,Americas Red Cross." for the Florida Chain Store ,
In the day by Wett, who had been Homestead ,Ir'"' diamond ball All other Instruction regularly: Association, and other chain store ;,
In all line his arrest Monday Emergency! ed loan for the team at the state tournament In scheduled at the pool will be suspended executives.A I
eight 'for investigation'1. At 1(37-38 fanning season are now Clearwater, the council member next week In order that in illustration of the value I
time of going to press, Boyd had available to all grower who can I promptly dug Into their ova individual I attention may be concentrated on of co-oteration In controlling pro. :
been unable to obtain bond and qualify under the regulation of pockets and contributed teaching the uninitiated how to duction and price, Mr. Ames men t
wa still In the county JaiL Da.'* the Federal Farm Credit Association. fiVe dollar each. Mayor Harris swim, said Mr. Bleler, an accredit.. tic sad that Florida' last big clop
of the trial has not yet been act, Application ihould be filed: City Clerk R. E. Edward, Superln.Undent ed Red Cross swimming instructor I ot avocado netted th* grower an JI JII
according to County Solicitor Tay. at the Homestead *r Miami office Ivey and City Attorney. H* will be assisted In this special average of $1.73 I box white California .
for, who Informed the LeaderEntefprlie Of Charlea H, Stettanl county ag Haycock also produced the needed f work by A. E. Oliver of the WPA with I crop twig a* largein j
In I telephone convey sa- rttultursl agent "five spot," making a total of $35]I recreation division. Mr. Oliver the aim year, brought.. J
lion yesterday: that the state bad A* to former years, the loswill which was turned over to Council! average of I3<( I box to the !
ample'\ evidence on hand to secureconviction be under the direction Of L O. tYealdent Joe L. Burton for pre*.teach- glower-membership of an entrenched j |
a of omebody"' on the Creeger, field supervisor for the entation to the girl*. With other do. ', try and Mr. Bleicr said h* feel and efficient marketing t |
arson charge southeast Florida district Of the nation already in hand, the I very fortunate In getting an instructor or,anlutJon. j I
A number et Homestead"real- Farm Credit Association, with tournament expense fund ot about of this calibre to assist him The chief objective of the meet. I
dent and ont president from flor- headquarter In( Fort Lauderdale. $1301 II practically completed, Mayor in the "Learn- Swim" week j' Ir-". to which non-member of the i
Ida City were Called to the county Mr. Creege was In Homestead" Harris announced. I The craw] stroke, which 1* the avocado and lime _peratl9t are 1
solicitor office Tuesday' morning Wednesday tad expressed atia- most efficient and does the most 1 narflmilirlv Invited. In to hrlnJ '
lot questioning following the tiff, faction at the high percentage of good for an part of the body will horn to growers the urgent need .
rest et West, who wa implicated Joint repaid by Rtdland District Lions Heir Delegates be the one taught to next _k'* of unity In facing the present and !
In the Incyidiary fir through the grower Report on Convention beginner. future status of the avocado and t
coafeislon of his former employ**. Emergency loan will b- made Children from ( to II year old (Continued On PiP Four)
Boyd was located la Everglades only to those farmer who are unable will be taught between the hour
City and induced to return to M F to obtain teed, tert'Jicer or Comprehensive report en the of 130: and 10 *. m. Children from Rotary Best Peace Aid, c:
and Ian Sunday by A. C. Deputy,' supplies because they do not have recent international convention of ia to 17 will get instruction between District
Homestead fire chief, and B. O.jDye. the cUb or credit secretary to I Lion at Chicago occupied the 10 and 10.30. Adult group Says Governor
Homestead policeman and: purchase such item otherwise. greater part of the regular session instruction will be given both from
special 'deputy sheriff, who also Appttrant who can obtain the of Redland District Lion Club at 4 to 4:30 and (for business and Rotary la eagerly fostered a* the f
arrested Weal in'this city. Loral amount needed through any other 1 Silver Palm Tuesday night trade. people) from 7 to T.JO. best ambassador of ptace la countries .
rtmon that Boyd was "wanted"for source, including the production Delegate reporting eta Various, Fear of the water I* the xkkt! that do not enjoy the security {
bigamy In another fiat havt l! credit aisoclatlon, will not be considered phases of the convention and enperlence .; obstacle to learning to swim, M(. of the United State*, Roland Horton '
nibs been confirmed b; the authorlt'tt. -i en touts were Walter Busier acid, and the first day is of Lake Worth dl.trleIOvtrn- ; \
Th* largest loan that will b*i Talbott. William .L risk, W. It I spent in dispelling this fear."Tb or. et Florida Rutanan,', told the
Upon) arrival at the courthouse trade to any farmer this year I* Owen. T. E. Kirby, and S. R. Sal. i ) next lesson |mphul2e* relaxation -1 Homestead Rotary Club in a talktekfluy
puking lot ia Miami after making I $000 and the minimum$10, but no I I inger Mr*. Talbott mad a report and pupil are taught to *ben he paid hi" official -
the trip from Everglade voluntarily !loan will be made in excess of the on the facilities and entertainment. glide along in the water In what' visit to the local club. I
: and la his wa car, Boyd actual turn needed to cover the provided for the women who attended i* known as the 'float and After the regular noon meeting I!
was placed and** arrest by D ye II purchase of eed, etc. The No the convention. I said the pool manager. ":"U'CI Mr. Horton went Into conference 1\i
and lodged to jail Overnight at ttirlty tot an emergency crop loan L. O. Ruggl' program chairman -'i followed the next day by teaching' with the officer and committee '
booked for "Jovestlgatto-. Con-1 will consist of I tint lien. on the gave an interesting and t\rn4e.1 of the 'flutter kick' which gives chairmen of the club to hear reports I''
touted with attain evidence die mp financed. ly lecture on condition In driving power to the ('ftwIItnlk*.i of arms and accomplishments I'
following morning Boyd mad Check in payment .f approved where he wa stationed for Mmd Next, arm movement are perfect and, to give help oa any problem' s
what alleged M be a completeeonfeasio1 mans will b* Issued by the Region year a* representative' of an I ed. and on the fifth day the clap that might ecrroettr club.
; tr which he accused eJ Emergency Crop and Seed offic American corporation before returning i* ready to co-ordinate all that ha At the meeting the Rev Milton ;
Welt of offering hM 1300: to- act at Columbia, S. C* and not by the to the United saw final- been karnd. The last 1y U Sacked, pa.loitOf St John's Epl I..
tire to the grocery (tor*. Boyd aid field supervisor, county agent or yto adopt the Redland District a*] give over to test and the awarding ; copal Church: ot Homestead, wa k
(Continued OB Fete Tour) loan commute, Mr. Creeger aids Wi permanent bom of diplomas" announced a* a_new" member,

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Two THE LEADER -ENTERPRISE:; Friday, August 6, 1937

College Quartet ComesTo ten, Misses Elinor and Emily
LEGION POST TO Homestead BANK PRESIDENT Payne, all of Homestead; aad by 4-H SUM '
Tonight .
three sisters, Mr*. Grover Flowers, By KalbertM OBy r sot e1"

HELP DEDICATE FUNERAL RITES tfcark, Ala., Mf*. Garrett Prft- -.. ... -.........- i
Trevecca College male quartet wood, TennUle Ala,,. Mn B. F Orfajfejesl
and the president of the college, Thrower Enterprise* Ala and KathertaJ ;

KEYSMEMORIAl I will be at the Homestead Church, HELD TUESDAY one brother, Tennyson PalM ofTennil At this week's"meeting of Jf' : f
of the Nazarene this evening at I
e. Homestead Club, :
(o'clock. President
Mackey and the I by Mia Eunice-firady In ttdi
John O Salley (Homestead) Poet Cjuartett will have lull charge o f t' t
Funeral service for A. A. club
84 summer room, the roll ttB
Dies at Are
of the American Legion will be expected I the service, and there will be plenty president of the First J. E. Vann statements .
Parne'l answer were of whs
to take a prominent part In of good singing and an education Bank of Homestead, who At Lamont, Flau, Hone each girl had donilafoodpwmHir) a

the dedication next Armistice Day I program of interest to all his home en Tennessee Road andH.1n11D ration and bakingBAinTiw5'v; ,5\{ i
of the monument to be erected alMatecumb annonuces the pastor the Rev. W. '
drive at an early hour J. E. Vann, 04. father of 3 Tom were given( out and explained. ..\
Ia memory of the J. Parker, pastor of the church. Monday after an illness of severalmonthst
lDell.me. C. Vann of Homestead, Each girl brought one finished'sewing
veteran of the key work
camp ,, were held at the First his home In La '
died Tuesday at article and finished samo.len. ',: i
who perished la the IMS Labor .
DIAMOND BALL Presbyterian Church of Homestead mont *!*.. after an Illness of two ; i-!<
Day hurricane, member of the on Tuesday: afternoon. Toe : ,
Funeral services held there
poet were told Wednesday night Rev. J J. Richards, pastor of A bed making demonstration was I
by J. K. William of Miami, mem- Homestead Methodist Church and Wednesday, were attended by Mr. given by Annabell Redd and COW :
Kept from scoring at all In the Vann and their
and Mrs./ Tom Crennell. Huck towel S '
ber of the Florida department'sexecutive bag we -
committee.Mr. tint two innings, while their opponents the Rev. C. N. Walker, pastor of daughter Ellen, who left here for I started this week. They are to baH'
made four run, and with the First Baptist Church officiatead. Lamont Thursday of last week
back finished
brought next
William praised the Home Wit
the 0 to 4 them
I score against at when advised that Mr. Vann'sfather
stead pat for the part Its mem- I The hostesses this week were l
the end of the fourth Inning 'the Honoring the memory of it* chief wa critically 111
ben took In prompt' rescue work Theresa Redd and Cold!* Crennca
Brooker Lumbermen Friday nigh executive, the First National Bankof '
hen before the itorm had abated.. A Baptist minister, J. E. Vannhad who served punch and cookies. '
held the Men' Shop scoreless for Homestead hoard Its door at I for 64 when ; ,

Mr. Wllliami,appointed to maintain -I I the rest of the game and hung u'six noon Tuesday, under special permission he delivered preached hit last sermon year five Those present were Fay Skln-j

personal contact with all posts tallies--five of them In the telegraphed from the federal I the I ner, Virginia Kelly, Katherine?
He pulpit
la Browird, Dade and Monroe last Inning-to win from the haberdashen banking authorities In Wash 'wan ago. Homestead occupied Kelly, Grease Terburg, Mary Red'*-
of the Baptist
Counties, was accompanied on his 10-.. ington. Active pallbearer at the while vlalt-'ford Virginia Klnner. Katherine .
Church or twice
: once
visit to Homestead by representatives In the other game of the evening, burial In Woodlawa Cemetery, Miami 'hog here. H* ...visited In thi Orfanedes, Coldla Grrnnell, LouW;
of practically all Legion W. D. Home Co. defeated Burton' Included Mayor T. J. Harris he Belle Grennell, France Sullivan,..'%:
city three years ago, when spent
poet In the Miami area. Included Dept Store J-l. Burton' km Carl Deden, Preston B. Bird Buck- he winter the home of Mr Teresa Redd, Annabell Redd, Bar.-"!:

ware Leonard T. Kendrick commander run wa made In the first Inning. ner Beasley, C L. Clements, E.!: J. rob... Tom Vann.Survivors T.1 I berg Miller/ Madin Gilmore, Bel"t .
of the Lindley De Carmo Home had no picnic; Its three Dell and J. T. B. McElroy. Honorary Bullard, MUfred Severy and Mla) :
poet at Coconut Grove, his wife,, pallbearer Included E.: A. are nine sons, J. Grady. 'i,'
run were gotten In a* many InnIngs .
J. C. Vann of Homestead, D.
Adele M. Kendrick commanderof and
Ames L. Thorn.X.
George Swan
in the first another
W.Vann of Vero Beach W H.Vannof ,
Poinsettia port of Miami the
the third, and the final one In the' as Kirby, Don E.!: Ferreyra Tom Vann brought their young Is
only woman' post of the American Pahokee, W. P. Vann of Foley,
Claude S. Allen Col. Alva Lee
seventh. nephew, Albert Tlmmons,who will>, m
Legion In Florida, and by LeonardT I and Max Loaner. Arranem.ntlwen Lonnie Vann of Boyd, and Demon,
of Volture' Lawton and Vann of Miami visit them here. .. ,
Smith, chef de gore Carey ;
.. in the of Turner
M. ohm t e a t e 4 ae charge
411 of the 40 and S. i II""keg e e 4 4 t s .--Is funeral Home. four daughters: Mr*. Sallie Tlm-|

The 40 and I locomotive of the mom Mn. Jack Spradley, and
..J ._.
i e I a *--iM Mr, Payne was born In Ozark NEWTG.BALIi.
Miami unit, with George HuttonM I w.. .1.1. t-* Mn. Bert Whiddon of Lamont t
engineer, was down to lend I Ala., 47 yean ago and came to and Mn. Frank Knight of Vero'' Notary mile
The Men's Shop again went downin Florida with his Mr. i
color and nolae to the visit Other! parent, Beach and one sister, Mn. Molli*' FILE INSURANCE AND
defeat this time with a much and Mrs. J. J. when ,
of Vero Beach. i
in the visiting party were Harry Simpson KINDRED LINES
louder plop, when It lost to Home He had I
Palmer, C. D. Collof Doug Smith, was a young man. On their return to Homestead
h'j 15 N.Krone Are ,.:
Monday night 1- The haberdashers engaged In banking sine he
Robert Sinclair and O. W. FliJ'oclotll. yesterday afternoon, M,. and Mrs.
Ice cream and cake were were goose-egged In al n yean old, and for 22 yean ..
but the fifth inning. of Flnt National
served at the end of the meeting,I I president f '
presided over by J:. Z. Thompson, Burton walloped Brooker 1-1 I lank of Panama City, Fla.. wherehe

commander of John O. SalleY oostl',the tame night' after being held was prominent In all civic activities. -

Prior to the speaking, the local scoreless by the lumbermen for thefll'lt DflNCE

post voted to have Adjutant Wm. I three Innings, while Brooker Coming to Homestead In October

J. Ceronlme prepare a letter to [scored In the first Boner on the 035, Mr. Payne purchased the Interests -

Florida' congressional delegation part of Brooker runners cost the of the late Philip LibermanIn SATURDAY NIGHT, AUGUST 7th

endorsing the universal service lumbermen badly needed run .t the First National Bank and

critical momenta, and a four-run became president of that institution -
bill, to which he will obtain a* HOMESTEAD COUNTRY CLUB
merry-go-round by Burton In the at the same time Adopting the
of the
many signature pout'1M"""
fourth, completed the demoralize Upland District a* his permanent
ben a* possible. tlon. tome. He continued active In !Music by Pink Elephant Orchestra r.;:
member of the
At least five
M atu* .- ... .. a- I a t community affairs and wa a ,
Homestead post plan to attend = : : 1 t e-e member of the Redland District AdmI.alea -Ge.tlemes ...** -. AH Ladles Free

the state convention to be held at ._ .... . .1-1 Lions Club, the First Presbyterian
Fort Pierce Aug. 11 1_ .. I 1-1 Church of Homestead and Morocco

Brooker Lumber Co,. diamond) Shrine Temple of Jacksonville. In
TO PREACH ON HELL ball team continued hi the addition to his banking duties In

'What They Are Doing In Hell" Wednesday night by losing .::1 this city,he also wa vice-president

will be the subject of the evening Home 1-6. The Brooker I tes were of the Greater Miami Clearing

sermon Sunday at the Homestead unable to score their single run until louse Association. S

Church of the Nazarene, announce the sixth, and Horn immediately Besides his widow, Mn Gladys SAV A. ,;

the pastor, the Rev. W. J. Parker. rang up three more run in the 1' Payne, he Is survived by one E

Among the question to be answered last half of that Inning. un William Payne; two daugh- 5
lays Mr. Parker will be the Twig
The was keener in
following: Why doe hell exist? competition *
the between the two clothing 3M0 SHISN1stEwARt'W
game WOHoPWE No
Does a god of love put a man In, NER
tore team, also played Wednesday 'ILL TH(
hell? I* there life I In hell? What
night Burton managed togarner EGG IASKT ZION
does a man have to do to get there? 1NVENAMO
In the second and an- N
a run
Everyone la invited The aer- FUL-O-PP go
other In the fourth to top a lone
x:cr begin at I o'clock.
run made by the Men's Shop in the EGG MASH
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Those Interested In qualifyingfor M
lMi __ S I
a social work position will have MG .-.._ 01. I S a-41 -f

no opportunity to take a written
examination on Sept It It their Mont shop ._ 1. e 4 e e 91aura.
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application reach the state office s 1 e a e e 8-1 AND HEALTHIER: liENS ,

in Jacksonville by Sept. 4, Oeo.
feed the famous riL-O-PFP t-
Madam: "What 1* the Idea of I oo
T. Shannon, chairman of the state meal base mantles according the I IULOrcr
running the electric stove all the
merit system! committee, has Informed Plan Oatmeal to thai
Curtis K. Lee, local memo time la-host digestible form of grain!
ber of the district welfare board. Cook: "I thought you wouldn and to more cooling than torn er
mind, seeing aa you were going to "beat product making M Ideal foe I
application blank be
may get a new one next week.Ex.Speake' warm climates. Ask for the FREE|
obtained at the Miami office at UL-O-rcr Poultry Book I ,!
II N. E. First street
(desirous ol raising

'An old timer la one who re. money): "All who win give $10.00 EUL'fl'ED I !

member when father did not rock stand up." PAY

the baby to sleep In the trailer by To musician: "Play the 'St.,. Distributed br

Jiggling the steering wheel!"-EK. Spangled Banner "-Ex. HECTOR SUPPLY CO.I ON i


va..i"I ... tat*' .America' Lonqcsv/- a.wA-srrp tSUd-A.Tn trlvaASeeu MONT1I.lllumlasad -
B ; I1-Poise Cold Control i

Rgil.Otow "39uiJB aft 1.1 at 'ft** Vegetable lr aa.o.t 1t..uabo. LY
51 E. Flagl..SI. mK 60 fiE.FJf.tSt 1 Large QlioJw rnetbig CocpnllOl Uols 'Iaprcmoi AMoud San Iat*. TER3IS _

Hoc U.M VaalMi Coaitncdoa is



CENT SALE ---- It Today At- ;

) Sate started Monday and runt through Sat .

urday. Stock up on Drug, Toiletries, Den Redland Appliance

tal Aeed$, Shaving Supplies, Etc. 1

.- 205 N. Krome Avenue Homestead, Florida.Page


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Friday, August 6, 1937 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE PaN Three

f New MexHi when. they "have been ton, and then niece, Mr*. Rudolph tending were: MlLol' Behren.
I.i nding ite summer. Mattoon.Mr Mile Irene Jackson Mia Mary
; Ann Brown, Landon Htekaon.John
In and Jlround E. W Chandler returned Sat and Mr*. N E. Sturrl of Hlckson, Charles and Ed Burr, E
urday from Do than. AU. where Homestead and their daughter J. Graham and Jo* Blckjon.Thos .
he pent the week "lth hi* wife moved Into the Free cottage on
Ii who I* visiting there Palm avenue Monday.J. enjoying a boat and surfaceboard -
Homestead ride_ Sunday on the

Miss Jeneese Rive expect to H. Dixon returned from Camilla Fogl boat were: George and Arthur
, := leave Sunday for North Daltota to Ga., on Saturday.Mis Fogte, a C Jackson Jet
I visit friend there. Timmont, A. D. Neil and Irwin 1

A, boy! weighing *even pounds ITr and Mrs T B. Grantham IreU Bethel of Key West Holland.
*lx puaces WM born to Mr and returned July 28 from Pluut City was a week-end guest at the M. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Chamber
Mr. and Mrs L. M. Bridge* returned Sever home. have moved to the Aman apartment '
lire. Ceo. few days with
U Swan of Redland at where they spent a after
night spending
Friday .
University hospital in Coral Ciblei Mra. Grantham'a parents, Mr and *
tlftlr vacation in Dswson, Atlanta

Wednesday morning. Ht has been Mrs. W T. Watklns. Vada Hoch returned to her home
ntimefl ;Carter1 Anderion Swan. Albany, and other part of In Miami on Sunday after a visit Mr. R. C Jackson wa dinner
Georgia. where they vtnlted relative of several day with MQfred and guest of her daughter, Mr*. R. E.Bjorkman :.
Mr and Mri Carl Anderson and and friends. Their son, Alvin Warrene SeveryMrs. Sunday
Mn.Marjr S. McClanahaa who daughter. Marten, left Sunday for returned ,..terdayfrom Fort
baa been voting the pait week: a short visit In Pruniwlck, Ga Screven, Ga., where he had been New omT and children
with Mr and Mrs. J M Holcomb, Mr*. Leo E. Bishop returned
attending toe C M. T C. camp for .
moved to Miami recentlyNARANJA
to Homestead from Magnolia I
fen "Wednesday to spend few yesterday
a a month.
Mrs Bert Andrews left tor Tarn
N C, whence she was called
day* with her aoni In Miami before ,
pa to be with her mother, Mrs
the several weeks ago by the critical
retttrni to her home In
ill at her Mrs. S. K. Jackson of Immokalee
Bowling. Green. Montgomery, who Is Illness of her mother, Mrs. Donald
home there arrived Sunday to visit ten days AJ son Underwood. She was accompanied
'- with her brothur and siiter-ln-law, Mr and Mrs H K Graham and by Mrs. Underwood
Mist rlaiei Pennlngton who hat Mr and Mrs. J A. Daugherty Mf and Mrs. a C Radford. family have returned to their home who la now convalescent and will
visited ifnc July 10 In Lake City afternoon after spending one-month vacation
returned Tuesday remain here Indefinitely a* the
with her cousins, Mr and Mr In North Carolina
from Hendersonvllle, N C. where FLORIDA CITY guest of Mr. Bishop and her othrr !
Richard Adfck*. left yesterday
: they spent a two-month v* *tlonMrs. I Mrs. Pauline McQmnrlL
train for New York City where she Mra, W. rr, f..t S. C Jackson, Jr., and his

Will" visit two weeks with other Vera Summerlln returned brother-in-law Roy Bjorkman
cousins; Mr. ahd Mrs Fred Col- Tommy Whltehead returned last left Tuesday to spend two weeks
night from Daytona
ban. On the way home sh* will Beach.Tuesday week from North Carolina. with R. C Jackson at Pegeon Key. DR.M.A.BERGERDentist

stop in Washington. D. C, and
Richmond Mr and Mr*. L Sullivan and Mr and Mrs. C E. Elchenbergrr
Mrs. T. T Bowen left Thursday of Fort Pierce
--- family are visiting left Tuesday for a two-week vacation
Mr, and Mra C R. Hopkins relunne" night to visit her parents, Mr and Mr and Mrs. Joe Torrlse at their In Ohio. Miss Lucille Drtg-
MMday-Tfrom Boise, Ida. Mrs. W L. Canady and, other relatives Ga home on Palm avenue ,era accompanied them aa far as First National Bank
In Cobbtown and Metter
whee tttve Resided since Collins, Ga, where she will visit
rloitfa fify. VtiAfhomestead music Ray Bowen, a nephew of Mr. Bow. i MU' Lever Johnson of Kansas relatives.Mrs. II Bunding
en, who has been vltltlng here this
City left Thursday for her home
itudlo two: WhUe in
year ago.
Idaho,Ur.-Hopklas was supervisor summer accompanied Mrs. Bowen after a short visit with her uncle O. W Moody has returned, Office Hours 80-430 !
if state musit education. to Metter. :and aunt, Mr and Mrs R. W. MulUns. to her home after spending sometime Open EveaJar* kr A.**lBtaenll1SU2Is 11I

.. : .......--. ti. MOCk-h for in the Sun Ray hospital InMiami. I
F Thursday
!:;h.n 'nrt ..litunied to Home- .
after Colquitt Ca., to bring back his I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mclntyreof I

ahri"rnonDf- >r'p J.IIIJht nt In following nearly wife and daughter Jolyne who are Plttaburg, Pa. spent several The Presbyterian ;young people
She producerHifokerage business visiting there.. day last week vbltlng their met Sunday evening at the home of I

Ihrough itate.. thTOoUna and other John Frederick-and Roy Woods I brother-in-law, W F A", Robert- Miss Mary Ann Brown. Those at

left Wednesday morning on *
buclneis trip to Ohio. They will
a Mrs. J. 'W. ,English: and her .
return In a week.Mn.
Daughter,.Mb* Mary Grace relurntIJ -

t\UlljlJ from J t her\ daughter,'JaM tee, who ham
JLS. been spending a month at Miami
( and UVB, McCUnshnn Beach, have been recent visitors
, Mary Fay and Vir.I at the home of Mr. and Mn. R. H,
ota,; spmii the week-end with Done here.Mr .
I'jfj!"j..Mt!'. JJrf, Holcomb. They
:seem!! on ftelfay to their home and Mrs. Lroo trill and"Mrs.Hill's ., "
in Key Wesfiftet spending" their fcister retina"I Monday from .
vacation Jn Birmingham where the
girls attendW* girls' camp Li
_:J!' I help VOQ .

Ur. and Mrs, Walter Praieurannounoi
the lrtIof seven and HOME COOKING L.t
a fialf pound son' Walter GilletteFmeur liiii
,born July 25. In Ktj

West Served Family Style
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Mr and Mrs 0. B !'lIrlcereft at theSeminole I
Tuesday for GainesvUle to attendthimoual
Fanner's Week pro-

train.6 1'her' win"!return Monday, HotelDining : of' WE can help you get a FHA loan for property

"Y&*. C A F. Archer of Key West '

who- baa been visiting In Tampa Room repairs and modernization, or for a complete
sptnt Sunday night In Homestead I
at the home of her son and daugh II '
ter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Ben I new home. This type of loan makes it pos t
/.rcber |

i' MRS. GUSSIE JOINER sible to enjoy a better home-and pay for the
Tom Torbet returned yesterday Proprietor II I ,
from Ctndar, N. C where he has I !
been for the put six _kl. improvements over a convenient period of
Eat all you want-the !

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ServelIELECTROLDX price stays the same months

50c 75c $LOO I i ii iI Ii" : I

MODERN REFRIGERATION I Well be glad to help put through appllcations ,
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Operate* e n Oaa er Kernes

',"itl TIIEM ON DISPLAY i' naUXCIMC 1 for any responsible person who wishes i

ARCADE,* I I wsTAtutn WITS'I.I .. to avail himself of this convenient plan of paying t

", 1 Branch.Manager I| NO MONEY DOWN II' I ;..t 1, for repairs and improvements. and new
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,- .: .- FEOMTHE VENETIAN ARCADE Frank I... Skill, Owner

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trgle points Inside the: .... A 5sae '
[ A0a" of<< string saturated with gasolineled REDLANP F F. F.By '

Polished Fridays al it.a- "- I gas-soaked from the sacks largest to container a slowburning and- [ 'WUli* Pssle;'', 74 Little:

stead FUby lit* South Date One) ...
(Continued mm Page plumber's candle In a small I. -"
rallu.1iliIf Ce Industry of Florida. Members of the Xcdlsnd Fulurt
lime shed adjoining the building. As I! Bird
the farmer chapter enjoyed a beach h
"If four or five of largest the lighted candle burned down. *
.Of ARCHEI ____ roller' producer can lit persauded to the gradually towering wick finally party st Miami Beach. The party
the association, thereby In- was held last Thursday July 29. TOld USthat
HAtJOKIE LEACH AICHCB I Join Ignited the fuse and exploded the .
influence In spite of the cloudy eveningthe
., Associate Kilter creasing strength and gasoline. By this method Boyd
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I to at least 80 per cent of the total was given ample time to make a water was fine. After the y
of the district, the work of swim hot dogs, lemonade and I ._
t acreage complete and to *e a
Retread II wood Stan call "get-awiy
win be vastly increased watermelons were enjoyed by Roy ; "
Make March 1Ilia, at the .et the co-operative number of mites from the scene t fhost writer" of not very V
each Wood Into Bethel Wilbur Wood, I "
In value grower ,
attire' at -ee... fUrUa. under when the explosion occurred. ghostly proportions! took advantage ,
member will be equally benefited Yvonne Prathero, Alvin Prothero. ,-
the act e< March .. Ml. The detonation at precisely l:4fl: : of a prominent\ local official
by better and more uniform tarry Holt, Don Lab Warren last week. ,\
a. m. was ((\flowed (y a terrificoUtbuVsY Wlllis.Bax-
the WoodvBiUy
method of meeting present: CampbcOi
HIT ...CJ. sue A TEAK : $"
of flaTpee wWd Iwo Mel eeete ,
cut-throat competition from Cuba ley: Marie Rlcbajrd Cr Wsh '
Mexico and other competitivefields the entire interior of the building wt Mr. Baker and lira. Baker, -that the lady who made the error .
Build Highways for Tomorrow Mid Mr. Ames.In and was completely beyond control his mother.. of mistaken identity at the pool '
support of his belief Mr. when the fire department the other night was very promptly ;t '
reached the scene a few minutes forgiven by the underwater swimmer .
Ames referred to the following ex- '
later. The efforts of the volunteer NEWS 1
addressed BOY SCOUT who unwittingly intruded
Th cver-lncrcailnf use of cerpt from a letter recently
J. A. M.rtln.I18ner.1 ,, fire department, led by By Banks Brram. Scribe when he came up" for air.
speedier and heavier automotive to him from Fletcher Bryant assistant fire '".".NU'"'_......".....'"... __ ... .
vehicles la rapidly outmoding the manager of the Kroger
chief confined chiefly to \r
were protection
the paved highways which were Stores, with headquarters in Chicago -" of nearby buslneas build- Clarence Froscher was In charge -thlt the turkish towel which the's<]
considered the ultimate word In and 4,200 branch stores In] logs from drifting sparks. Store >at the regular meeting ot Boy red-checked Dutchman carries Chung
travel arteries only a decade or various parts of the United States: :and contents, were a total loss. Scout Troop 25 Tuesday evening round his shoulder a* he goes A :i.
two ago.Now/ "I am advised by Mr. La Roy, The meeting was opened by presenting to the bank, ..,t cetera, is not a bar -{ .
forms of vehicular development who has been handling your limes I Shortly after presentation of the colors. Next came the rag he forgot to leave behind but
notably the heavy freight' this year that he succeeded in West claim, insurance company roll call and the collection of dues a substitute for a handkerchiefwhich
truck, and the advent ot thai mobile -: building up a fairly nice distribu- I adjusters arrived In Homestead to A plan was adopted to grade any stout, bald-headed man
home, the auto trailer, Weadded tion for you In our Kroger brachea make f preliminary Investigation. the scouts by the merit and de- finds practical on a hot, sweaty t
1 Until a few weeks ago whenweather They unearthed a number of suplcious .-
new hasardf to travel Upon merit system. A merit Is given day.
the vast proportion of highways conditions curtailed the circumstances and recommended for anything good a scout reports .....
ot Otorgia. Road which were near consumption and the Florida time that their company withhold of himself and likewise demeritsare '
I -Hist the building bee that If'
perfection for their tees of ten, or growers consigned considerable payment of the claim. AtI given. The best Seoul at the
even five yean ago are today an.tlquatfd. tonnage of lime to our larger auction -' result, the case was turned over end of the year is to receive I tuning busily In the bonnet of
tq the National Board; of fire Vnderwrlters. many Homestead resident will be
markets, such as Cincinnati,i' prize from Scoutmaster Cain.
+ Eventually: all roads will have Cleveland and Detroit who sent one: ot their Please give the scouts support joined by an entire swarm of his
the time of these most expert special agents toHomestead brothers (or la II sisters, or Malta' *
to>> be modernized The day will "At consign* I Cold drinks were served during
with. er?) Is less than thirty days.
Instruction to
com when the ribbon of concrete menU arrived In our local market recess. i
will be at best twice M wide M we were paying your association probe the origin of the fire. .(!I'r,

those) la use today. Improved engineering 200 plus freight .t Me, which I Working quie y, 11.UQ r- '::
will eliminate many' amounted to a delivered IOItDI/ writers' agent with the. e4-opero. .'t,
Children CourtBy
curvet which now constitute one 210. The consigned limes sold toe of fire Chief Dcpyty and E.

of the greatest of all menace to In our local markets through the A. Westra -4f Miami, inspector of ledge Maleehsi BalfleU I,
safety !. travel auctions at prices\ ranging from the state fire prevention bureau,

I Already aome European nations' 11M to lUlL At the beginningof I uncovered many pew aDd surprise Two socially promient and _II- ,I
are -providing Separate made for this glut we were being ing glues. Scores of local citizens to- do 'p renU were severely lectured ,-
the heavier and ilowermo ins, price from your association have been intervlewed.'aame..yntknowingly In court yesterday afternoon :
truok traffic. Newest designs In amounted to $2.M cost durtng-the past three wben their only eon was; Implicated ,I
approach to eliminate the need forCrowing our branches, Our branches weeks. This Investigation developed In an STson'than I
the flow of traffic at In- turally quit ordering thru U 1 a chain of evidence leading' When the parent attempted to I
terkrctlons must be adopted. Grade purchased their supplies 01IoCII this week's cliaaax, which the' shift the responsibility for their ,
crowing must all, ultimately, be market a< s cost of authorities belitv wUJ bring a son's conduct to his play-mate, the :
eliminated. The proper angle for mately 11.73 delivered, ... conviction when, the ease if brought Judge turned to the couple) and ERVICE yOU LIKE
eecl.) road on every unavoidable approximately tit per bo* before the Jury Mr, Deputy said sajd, ";loth of you are so busy with I
....lilnn yeit rd y. reful checking nb9fCOU1 '.
f curve must be scientifically con the prices your -u your club, lodge and social obligations ;
I trurted. quoting us." Prior to his release under bond that you have no time (left ittentlon .Inspection' which
I Many of the paved roada In, This Instance of lack of cooperative I West was closely; questioned by tq train your child. 111 again hear we InsW upon In every case
Georgia today are aa Inadequateto marketing seriously affectIng ,the county; solicitor and assistants.He of you employing a high schoolgirl gives you the dependable'; con
modern needs as mud roads prices was quoted by Mr. made a sweeping denial of all at ten cents an bout to supervise tenuous service you want W:
were to the earlier users of the Ames to prove the worth of the charges alleging complicity In the this nine year old boy I will ippreclate your patronage .n
auto/nobile. It will be as Imperative movement which he, with C. 4.Calderwood arson plot He also. asserted thatBoyd't be forced ta remove Mm trout your we know that its continuance
In a few years, It it Is not today ", aplster'tl Manager of coalesaloq consists W aaarirs c *lpdy." lepends upon our ability totatlsty
to get Georgia off the old- the Florida Avoeado and Fenian of mallcMlIII..laehoodI. based 1 .
fashioned dangerous roads aa It Lime Grower Association and upon spite engendered whenWest you.SERVICE
i way a decade ago to get the state his fellow .rtItaec1 of the board of discharged the former meat RED 1'lIumAN'S
1 "out of mud". directors ore endeavoring to foster.WEST cutter. It to understood that
West has engaged a firm Clf Miami STATION
The state highway board has
attorneys to defend the case.
i shown It realties this condition. .. Kreme at Ird street
I The main roads now being built READ THE WANT ADS >
conform to the requirement of I
the Bnodern era. It will be truest
economy not only to cease paying (Continued/ From Page One)

rIa )- I.1)'I.t curve la sU... M accepted 1100 on account undera DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST STEBBIN'Register" ,
erotis .nbeaqQe"U over the promise by West that the b:ll- OpteaetristU '
landscape,but to create permanent coos would be forthcoming out ot TEAKS'
wide roadways of concrete to suit the Insurance payment from a mouse b Heuestea4Booms
the iruvet not only of today, but t,000 policy taken out by West Office Basest 9 a. m. to ( at. aa. I and fMcCrory
ot tjie years to come.-Reprmtwl, three weeks before the fire Sundays I to U Arcade
1 from the Constitution. Atlanta, After thoroughly drenching the Closed GeneralPublic Hours:

,i Ca. June I). un.f Interior of the store with gasoline SaturdaysFree i Saturday --_ 7.30 to 10 p. is ".1
f -- from a supply of IS gallons purchased Parking Space Utilities MAIN OmCEl

Viral flew ef,Tree Branches locally, Boyd said, he placed Ii !!*. W. nailer.Miami. Fla.
, The first farm plow were wade the remainder of the gasoline In 17M N. W. MTH ST. MIAMI Phonier l-tM5-3v7US
ef crooked tree branches and two 10-gallon and one 15 gallon PHONE t-SUl HemesUs These M5-M
I wotedl ay man power. lard buckets, which he set at stra1 I Dr. L W. Stebblaa. Associate

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r ::1 II I Don't Neglect Summer.

I Fertilizing :- ; :

Don't neglect the summer fertilizing of your grove/W

carry mixtures for avocados, citrus, limes and<< other "

LUMBER SERVICE tropical fruits. Groves should be sprayed during *hi '.

We offer a Lumber service that'builders have next three months to insure clean, bright fruit fioh'i

,come to rely) upon. I wait Do it now. -

Those who have dealt with us know that our

promises of delivery and our representations

as to quality can be taken at their face value. Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.

LET ts svrmr root> BUILDING NEEDS Manufacturer Retlland Brand Fertilizer t

Brooker LumberCoT PHONE M FRANC" B. ECT M.... HOMESTEAD, fUk


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spent away from home fa other trading Wg !Investment .

J;.*:. filers for apprel, for f foods oTautonobileq and up. his dollars away from home on shopping tours If citizens

"f... keep, for building materials, }refrigerators' and electrical want Vie Redland District to thrive then we should

'r.F appliances, etc., decreAse. t, by.just that amount, the op. all now resolve to trade at home. I

t portunttles of Redland District stores and shops to grow .

, I-.I. : j and be able tq serve better with larger stocks and wider

ii' .' .';:selectlons... ., pollars spent f in Redland District stores and DAVID J. FREDERICK, SR. I,
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. t ... d Homestead Mid willingness to do his part In '
F.ith Ut the suture ot
( $ .shops stay here. help J develop J home town stores,pay building up the town in which he long ago h- to local Ma bushes
". :' f and hi, home,was shown by David t. rw< rlck,lir..I.uU.U when h*
i new salaries, increase tax revenues, and create:.business, mete vacant tot a content Iap o Iho block wml and aid atwico of Krom building..thattcco:S.MM W. T only.
. street to N.W. Second .tree t-oait of}Toast-4.i bujilnwi, section.a
volume upon which communities thrive, Even the (Continued on PW tight) _
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fl. f Sid L. Kendrick Turner Funeral Home Jeffrey Lumber Co. Brooker Lumber Co.
and tl-bour AaboUoao service I bone n rb.ne 11i
i J, M.\ Scarborough rh... II-K Honcstead. rUrU H&o. *larldaEP

l J II, A. Cameron Alpine Grove Dairy Central Service Station Frederick's Shoe Shop
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Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, August 6,1937

I Social Events in South Dade 1


aaaW The CalendarAug. HOLDS BUSINESS MEETINGAt Mrt. A. M. Logan, Mr*. a I
I the business meeting of the Showalter Mr*. Ceo Ranson Mr*.
-- 6 Meeting of Arem Club Junior Woman's Club Monday E. S. Capllnger, Mrs. O R. 13rpwd

New of the marriage of Mia After the reception which followed with Mr*. Ceo. W. Turner Jr., at night an application for membership and Mill Helen Livingston. 1

Honor: Hayden, one of the most the wedding, the bride and Miami Beach. for Mrs. Richard Kinard was .
popular teacher of Homestead I bridegroom left for a trip to Texas, Aug. 6 Sacred Heart benefit submitted to he club. Mrs. Barley DORCAS CLASS MEETS -

High! School ind Joseph Huau New Mexico and Mexico. .card party at club' building. Dendy and lira Herbert Turner AT MARTIN HOME
Adams of Homestead on July 30 at The bride was bora in Ohio and Aug. 8 -Meeting of Hamattoud were appointed to serve on the
pordell Okla., reached local received an A. B. degree from Business and Preettimal Wo social commute for the month of Mrs. Julia Polk won Bible eon
men's Club at 8 In Legion test Friday afternoon A the'meefIng .
friends this week. Heldelburg College In Tiffin, a rrn. August
of the Dorciis clot the
The ceremony wu performed For the past three years the ha hall Thorn preterit were Mrs. Claude
-L of F. L. and home of Mrt. Charles Martin,when
i Aug. U Me--tfng
taught English and Latin In
It the home of Mr. Adami' parents Campbell Mr*. Robert Glenn, Ji-, Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Chtsley
of Mrs. Calvin Fox.
at home
Mr. and Mrs H. J Adams, Homestead HUth School : T. Mrs. W. B. Cives, Jr., Mrs. Hunter Saunders were hostesses. Mr*.
by the Rev. J Meter, pastor of The bridegroom, though ton I Aug. IS luncheon- American Legion with I Ii (I I.'ordln, Mrs. Bruce Ennls, Mis. Saunders gave the devotional and
Auxiliary meeting
the Cordell Christian Church, before In Sweetwater, Texas, was reared loin Harold Sheffield. Stanley Wittkop. Mrs. E. A. Buchanan the teacher, Mrs Polk, gave a
an attar banked with flower In Cordell and was graduated from i Mrs. Frederick Kufeldt Mr*. short
The bride was given In marriage Cordell High School Homestead I Aug. 19 All day meeting and Dendy, Mr*. Turner and Misses program.
luck dinner of Homestead and During the social hour, Mr*. S.
b> Edward CauHcy a cousin of the hat been his home for the peat I Alice and Grace Hobeon.
Horn Demonstration L. West played Hawalln girlUr
Redland a
bridegroom. Mrs. Lester L. three and a 'half yean, and during i
Woman's Club while the Mrs. Bert
I Clubs at
Adama played the nuptial music. most of that time he hat been con W. M. S. ELECTS group tang.
The bride wore a navy blue silk I nected with the state road department Aug. 24 Meeting of Young TWO OFFICERS Andrew gave a reading. 'Th*
I Matrons' Circle of W. M. S. at hostesses served a chicken salad
organdie ensemble with a Roman on the keys.They i At the monthly business meetIng .
home of Miss Jennie tobdellAug. court with Iced tea.
atrlped blouse and accesso- are expected back In I
navy 27 Special meeting ef of the W M. S. at the Homestead

rim __ ______ __u_ ,Homestead Monday.-------- Dorcas class at home pf Mrs. H. Methodist Church Monday meeting,
I Collier. I afternoon two officer were elect, it announced.
MRS. LEROY CHAMBERS OF PRINCETON ed, Mrs. J. E. Davis superintendentof I was
Prevent besides those mentioned *
I. I .1 i baby specials and Mr. J.
IS GIVEN MISCELLANEOUS SHOWERS KEBEKAHS INSTALL Richards, superintendent of l'j were: Mr*. T.' E. Kirby Mrs.. C.
-- OUTSIDE GUARDIAN I ren's work. Mrs. D. L Bowen O. Robertson, )'.:'1. s. L.Mcllwaln!
Mrt. Nellie Mulllns was Installedas and Mrs. A. D. Smith
Mrs. Leroy Chamber of Prim Helen Miss Maro'Mace appointed chairman of the local
c.- Parker an outside guardian at the Liberty work committee
ton, the former Miss ChrlitlnCampbell e Mr. Close Kenneth and Cly e Rebekah Lodge meeting Monday by the president
Mrs. L. L. PoYler.Announcement I METHODIST GROUP
was honored Thursday Chambersbhmael Cash, Don Mc
night at the I. O. 0. F. hall HAS CLEAN-UP PARTY
afternoon with a shower given fo. Kay and J. E. Campbell Mr. and I Mrs. Hannah Moon,Mrs. Matilda wa made that
her by Mrs. David Fredericks 01: Mrs. Franklin McCall cent a gift Fox and Mrs. Annie Metsersmlth, Circle Four member will serve Work and pleasure were mlM.t
as the door and flower Thunday when of thdy0..tg
Homestead and Mrs. Bees Chambers the hostesses, served cake and committeesfor I '
of Princeton at the home 01Mr f after the meeting. the church for the month of people of the Homestead Methodist
*. Fredericks. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. V. CHICLES trade August A report of 41 visits 'Church met to clean k'-:
Chambers have recently returns HOLD AUGUST MEETINGSAt MM. T. T. BOWENENTE1TAIN3 made, and five bouquets and one yard.. After the finished !

from their honeymoon trip. the meeting of W. M. U CLASS tray sent to the sick was given by a picnic tupper wag tottM >&
Circle bite at the home of Mr. the social service committee. Mrs. Ihe lawn.
The dining room was decorate Mrs. T. T. Bowen give a swimming
with garden flower A punch bowl T. T, Bowen Tuesday evening party at the municipal pool A. S. Moy conducted the devotional Those taking part were:.tit. and

embedded In coral vine and ferns plans were mad for an alldameeting y Monday night and a wiener roast and Mrs. Richards gave .1 i Mrs. Lloyd Field Misses Edna Nell
formed the centerpiece of the table at the home of Mrs. L. A. roast at her home for the girls of talk on stewardship. end Betty Richards, Misses Antlonett ;'

from which cookies, punch doughnuts WU on Aug. 14 to finish the million her Sunday school class. Those The mission study class, It was and Helen May, Misses

and coffee were served but- study book, "The Word and present were: June and Doris announced, will meet with Miss Margaret and Mildred field, Miss

fet style. All the World," which the group Cheshire, Mable Ruth Pope, and Jennie Lobdell on Thursday, Sept. Edwina Dose, Mis Helen- Field,

Mr*. Frederick Kufeldt and Mrs Is ttudying. Two chapters o f Catherine Dixon. 2, to study. the book, "Congo Miss Nella Sauls, Mir Evelyn
this book outlined at the Crosses.
Smith Miss Annie Mae Booth, the
Rene Hooker directed the entertainment ,' meeting by Mrs. C. E, Saunders MRS. RAnT D. WOLFE Present beside those mentionedwere Rev. .J. J, Richard. Smith

program. In a flower Mrs. Bowen gave the devotion ENTERTAINS CLUB : Mrs. C D. Faker: Mr*. J. A. John Whichard, Kermit Cibbt and
guessing contest Mrs. J. C Vann The hasten served lemonade and Mr*. O. C. Radford won firs McNelH Mr*. W W. Avery, Mr. Herbert Mo)*. .
won a prize and In a peck the
prize at a bingo party given by
'trunk game Mrs Ulrlo Free wu Present besides those named Mrs. Harry D. Wolf for the F. Land .

victorious. were: Mr*. W. R. ChethlM. Mr*_ T. Club Tuesday night at the
Present besides those mentioned A. E Smith Mrs.-J. W.; Tyner; ; Mrs.: Wolfe home. The second prize ,

were: Mrs. Mildred Lee Mrs Cha. Martin, Mr* C. H Bigger. was won by Mr*. Blanche Chapman
P A. Mills Mrs. J. U. Free. Mrs itrs. R. R. Bigger and Mr*. Frank and the consolation prize, by
W C Campbell Mrt. Alta May,, Irwin. trt. Ralph Moon. COOLING! REFRESHING!

Mr. Mary Doyle, Mrs. J. She D- Mr. J. C. Vann entertained The hostess served sandwiches,
herd, Mrs. Louie. Chambers Mrs, Circle Two Wed.neldayafternoon.. peach salad and Iced tea. i&ittebV

E. D. Brooks, Mrs Cook.Mr. Hen.ry Mr, T. E. Kirby; the leader, conducted
Kufeldt. Mr M. King' Mb'l a Bible quit, and Mrt. MR. AND MRS. DONE I
Jowphln Pratt, Miss Ruth Fred Vann gave the devotional ATTEND MIAMI PART Rubbing Alcohol
ericks Miss Joyce Milliard and Other present wen: Mrs. Edw. Mr. and Mrs R. H. Done attended I

Miss Ruth Campbell Shelter, a visitor, Mr*. Ann! Butler a dinner party Friday night I ...... '.1 ,... ... 50.
Gifts were sent by: Mrs. Orrln Mrs. H. C. Reed Mrs. Or given by Mr. and Mr*. Dickie

S. Jeffrey, Mrt. L L Bow Mrs Frazeur, Mr*. Cords Fread and Oglesby of Miami at the Royal Tab kith whty N kM s alMW l dome not MM the
W J. Parker. Mrs Sam Engle, Mr*. U C. Redln. Palm Club. 7 he other guests Ida. Rasa pkasaat ...*. II'.the kM sod *r ...**.
Mr*. Martha Shuter Mrs. J. J. Circle Three met at the homeof were: Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence sad at berpk.k. a..ta .
Shuler and Mr*. 1 B. Jeffrey Mr*. C. 0. Robertson Tuesday owls of Coral Cables, Mr. and A .e

: Mrs. Chamber was again hon- afternoon. Mrs S. L. West hid I Mrs. Howard Bill of Coral Gables, Mediums Si. ran Type"W"ter.a.wie asIr..a
Mrs. Ada Bess of Miami
I bred Tuesday night at a shower charge of the program and Mr "Ited.Rep" raeh.ge FountainSYRINGE

given for her by Mr. Bet Chambers -' Robertson led the devotional During e
I and Mr*. J. K. Clot at the the social hour, tae: "totteit enhaus. Absorbent
I Close home. I served punch and cookies Other chapter of the book were

r Indoor game furnished the entertainment Thecae present were Mrs. S. L. reviewed by Mrs. T. D. Plche.flr Cotton 29c 1 '. 8"

I during the evening.,I McClanahan of Bowling Green, *. Julia Polk made the closing Na =:L Csv.toelan .

i Kenneth Chamber won a prize\ former W. M. V. president Mr rayer. SA white settee kept keep eat of dghL
I In a memory contest and the team Mary Pettch Mr*. Frank McII- Present were: Mr Pickard, Mr*. y ,.tested p.rkyw

I of which Leroy Chamber was I II I wain. Mrs. C N. Walker, Mrs. J. Jula Polk, Mr*. E. J. Polk Mrs. Meditated SkI.

I captain won in I song contest Miss R. Rutland, Mr J. R. Pope Mr*. Smith, Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Fitch, eUaUfl Cream
Mr*. Byrum and Mrs. PIchI.I Sea Tam Aid
I. Fay Campbell gave several readIngs Welt end the tioitess. 1114,
and Mill Marree Borgardt I Circle Four met Wednesday at Gypsy Tan REY-EDME

played piano selection Miss Evelyn i the liome fit Mr J R. By rum on :
Chamber and, Miss Joyce I Avocado drive. The hottest led i s sale 5c 49c'Use

i Ward tang a song "Christina the devotional and Mrs Catherine I this nn. faN of for Va ter saabun ae well
with original word Plckard led In and conducted u to slew whawing.
to the tune prayer a dace rkk tan without 4 eeapieaka
of "Jaunlta. t Bible reading period. tdebbsds. -

Miss Milliard and Miss Cham. Reading were given by Mr*. E. I ..t.I .
1 ben served lee cream and cake. J. Polk Mr A. D Smith Mr

Present also were: Mr*. J. E. Julia Polk Mr R. E Edward and / the genuine 'ICE CREAM MADE
\ Campbell. Mb WiUell Bollard. Mrs S. H. Fitch in connection with
Miss Ruth Fredericks, Miss Marree the study of the book "The Re- I EUGENE Permanent i FRESH DAILY I You'll enjoy our tasty

; Borgardk Males. Carolyn and birth of a Nation" by Jacob Carr 'Mums ahet sandwiches
II Valeria Campbell Mine Fay and IN OUR STORE
"*- amm-mme """" """" ;Latlg cw'.t sW
#It Marjorie Campbell Mia Dorothy al W of a ,
}'j'l Edwards, Mia Nellie Mae Martin,. Gas Oil Products, Inc. (W "tl rile hied rs we ws gip,,
Mill Nella -Sauls. Mia Lillian I
fee 4
I teauWJacket Eeg&ee's'sviag.wish
1\\ Swtlley Mine Martha and Ed. HOT oNl.TDISTRIBUTES

wine OOM Miss Elizabeth Mcltwaln. Stamina lygtae' THE DIXIE
t Miss Willie Ma Caioo. Miss I I for row
Mr the scares;.... aWJkml -
t SUM MMluluioM sad iKatVBush's
FOR SAL PRODUCES tisg exe.aed.aed kS' Florida Sa.rTHE


_ee" DRUG i -111'] :.
\ Call It I ,1vittctt & Beauty Parlor

Mia Little Bivw. OrwaMr
_ .

.,iuA6'dlf+. ,,
'-'" rd. 2 ttaa..yw. W4.ep y. sore

1 fI;

f ..-1t.- .-. _
}I Friday, August 6, 1937 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE PalM Seven

( i { \ mmplbe "t will' .... i
f. GAL NOTICES f tubes .. bl(1a NW. M fande/te4 .

_- seed ORDERED It .r tarIIIoI'! tht order .. GROVE '
tar PuMMod
XOTir flit oor u work for four ...mMtuUr* wnkiI E CLASSIFIED ADS
ALL AND SINGULAR THE MMI.I I tko HiuiHIiil Lcodcr-RiurprlM: ouiuuuinii 'I

I "'118 OP SOUTH DAD COUNTY PukUMod to tko Count: of Dole THEATRE ,1
AND TO ALL WHOM II I1. This. tad. d.r f ,.,...,.. A. D lilt COCONUT GROVE RATE: Thu ioserilon 104 a Ilntj Subsequent Insertions

OMh of ,... uro ="otfc of tk CtonH Court.ClmH Shows T sod I p. m.: A.... lie SO lint .
|.T..l uwoUM of Wo so th. ( Court loon|
Fruit eroworl oodTr.cloVVAMoTii.UMl f By M SWIFT Doputr c...... Matinee Saterday sod Sundayl"te4p.w '

wW ko M4 at tile e. ... P. BRIGHAM 'i FOR RENT 4-ROOM HOUSE: and lot, out of

W_'. Club HOMO to SXIood. Plorldo.M 141.101 ,.._ Building
town. $50000 cash K A. Cam.
ihrM (1.95)) u, w., M Twndor. Florida
IW 1Mb day ot = A- D.. IMT. ol lullul.or for oowplolMM.lAw Sa., Men,. TES,. Ate. S, s. 10I eron (jnll tf)
Which. slow oo4 ukMW u uwoorol kotlnoMOMMIOC I. II. M. 27. AOL S), FURNISHED APARTMENT. Sum-

.h.ll ko bad fM .... parpoM oftounMtolui mer rates C. R Bigger 104
.. .duuolTtoc this MMctotln I NOTICE OF APPUCAlHMt FOR TAX POTATO LAND 10 seres only.
..d. for the _...... ol our and oil I MIDIftriMM I N. t 2nd ave. ()r 2) tf) Soil depth. 1 ft .. 4 ft $125
other motion which may W prouorb/ Bill. ..... I..) AtltI
and Mw4Ur brought before tan ..etas. I NOTICE IB MEREST GIVEN:" THAT; FOR RENT: MoUern, 4-room, acre. K. A. Cameron.
Twin plow Br.ro yowsp ve0 ame.dasy S. r Muthowo., adds nt Buto and Cow1
( '
I furnished spt, clean, cool Mr*.
/ Itr Tax CortlfleMo. No. in* Foal tho lot!
L A. rllOllMlER, ___.. I AiMraott A D. low ban Eva Collins, Federal highway i iI 20 ACRES, of which 9 ere* are
... ... Ie A.sot II. it"asp toe" ==
dingy otfloo. *M oMd* I I and Biscayne drive. <]n 1'11) glade, balance pint land. About
tot dead
> tax to k* annual tkoroou BoMCwrtlflMM
NOTICE or APPLICATION rom TAX I statement tan followlw dMrrih.od .I I I 271 neglected trees--grapefruit,

VKKDBmuto uroporly In th* Came of Pudo, SUM ofTurMo. I FOR RENT Modern 4-room orange and tangerines'- can be
( Sill N.. IMI A._
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Ut U. stork I. AOWIHM plot ofBlk. pt Mrs. Peter Johnson, JOT W. reclaimed. IIM. Can make

rnrooto L 164m,". but... of mute Red. I I. and Lou I to S, 14 to 14, B*. j 12th St. jnll U) I terms.
Conner Tu 000<1f..... No. TMI pod I. ,....._ Put. Buok II. pen It, some
bond. the Mb day of Aon., A. D. I In tk* CITY ,
hM fllod MB to Mr olfiM end Iou 'UC'j' Ids.
wppBradts for a bow dad so be no asorM..t of sold .... I lent by )'ell'. Furnished or un '
Mi,i.... .14 CorUrtoiUo: oowroM .... orrUftaoU o.Md. ,= n.1. .1 furnished Lesder-En-i FOR RENT: 10 acres scarified
toUowlM associated" pro peref to the Conk I loft BIlMMtk A .....
to of Dodo, sate of Worldo. towttlLoto Uokw MM MrttflroU kU h* red"" i terprlsc. I1 I1land l $10 per acre CASH. Also

I to II. Stock .. Pima awoMoVPlot moordl.E be law, the .. MnrH.d I srcres, scarified $10 per
Book II. pen ... to tko Couotr ofDodo. I 1 ......... will .. MM ,. Ibo stingiest bidder. I FOR RENT Cameron.
.. sate of JI'I rIde. H ouibroood toOnlrfeoto ., ko Court...... door .. Iho flrol Mowdor tlO per month II acre CASH H. A.

No. fill. VM Minium! to gain month of ....._.., IMTwhich 4-room house partly furnished;I (....21>

of MM pvoportr MoM MM MM 0.(.. h th* Mk for of ............ "". Wee. Th..... A... H. U garage chicken yard 1H miles I
,.... tonMl *M to UM MUM ."I U. Voted than Ith .*>r of A......, IMT.I '
k I .. LRATHERMAN.Clork BARBARA STANWYCK !. : from Homestesd. J. R. Brooks, SEE B. C. MURPHY about beautiful :
"LOU'I; S, Block '.',... Coroiuda. of Clroolt Court "THE PLOUGH AND THESTARS' Homestead.
j (Jy U)
plot Book I*. Pan M. to UM Cowl l>od* CowUT. "= I gas ranges down
.I Dodo, tut of FlorMo, M -.- Circuit Ceo" "". payment McCrory Arcade.
.. CorUOMto No. 1114. Too MMO 1y K. JAMES, D. C.IAas,4.It.NOf I HOUSE FOR RENT or sale-1

mows oil ..N property ....- tile new ; ., Frl. Sot, A.,. 13. It I rooms and modest bathroom.
Certificate Mend WM to UM same ol I 10 ACRES pine land MO feet frontage
NOTICE OP APrilCATION FOB TAI: JACK HOLT 10"ROARING Running water 1 screened
UkU:1.rsoww. If..... .kad be ..........I DUD TIMBER"'NOTICE I I porches. Newly Inside on south side Epmore drive,
j painted
".-...; I..1..., ... blur! dwrrtliod I 111111 adjoining Seaboard railway; $:M
,&IM.... wlH W old 5. tan -* bldil.r tlOT.C.I HEREBY GIVEN: THAT I and out. Garage fruit trees.
H. A. Cameron Homestead
., UK C...._ door ." "M flea "" O ....., koMor of city of Wood '1'.. Cop.tUlMW T..xl I I Couple only W. W. Severy care per acre.
.day Is the mouth 01 ..,......... 1907' Numbered. IM4. Mod. tko Ir4o.r or APPLICATION POI Phone 71 (Jn 4 U),
which Ie the 4th day. 01 ..,._...... 1011. of Juan, A, D. IMI kM filed. MM DEED: I I of Redd'i Dry Cleaners Home I
Voted than A....... 'VII. OrUflcoU to Kr 01'... .... haw oo.pHcotlooj (10_" Rill No. 1411 stead.
4d11L IL LI/A"HICRIIAN, for lot .dead to tonM thoroou to NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN that/ FOR SALE!: Tropical plants clt-

Clock at Circuit C''curt.'Dean accordance with .... ..Id CortlflMUro H I rug tree and tropical fruit la
c..... PM11.. M the following ....""'" pmperto. Tot.IIc.:1. FOR RENT House in Redland.
t CI..." c..t low snouted. in Dodo Cow. r-. bswNt of t. ... See Ceo. E. Deucl season. Jungle Grove Redtantl
By H. 'IIEI. D. ar La 14. NIL' L Amiga ......_ dflce. f4 OM mode ........,Ian fo> o ail I Redlandl road and Plummer drive.
(IA... .. II. 10. IIIOIonCE Plat Beak 11. Pan 44. I. tan City Z dead to bo based tin r.110. Mid OrtlflMMmkfwir I road. (. -13) I
Mlam4. County 01 Dods, state 01 "'- UM following.oVoorlbot! p co- isis |
OP APPLICATION POX TAXMan 831. UM Amay of Do4o, Bmto ., Florida, i
R. L RED rRYERS-Live or ort* -
i" -', DRXD TIM MOMomont ot MM Mount ...... 40-wit 1 l FOR SALE I
( Dill .... IM A-tOdl 1M MM CortUlMto. booo WM to UM MUM I.l'.i.Block I. P-...I.' Plot No. ,I -<<. Free delivery la city. Ptcnr
NOTICE M HEREBY GIVEN THATToi W .1. otM .. Plot Book n. pen 14, to I IOouitr
83I-M. McEweo PoultrY Plant
Detainment.0.4.o. of sated ........
"JwWe Oo ri header d sate sad County CerUflcoU data W rodonu.ueeordlno DWM I
oVllfk-oto No. WIT bound tan I. d. to .low, Ul .dead will hM Tko oiiMium of MM proMftr ood.rtbo BARRED: ROCK breeding stock.:
day of .._to A. D. 1t8l. ... 11M mm.M UMTWM M UM Ilk dor of Boptnubor. A. D. MM MrtlflMto board WM to the MIM
my onley and. No __ ............. ,... 19x7.Dated oft D.kumn.VoloM I Prize winners. I 1 pen of Bishops,I MISCELLANEOUSPIANO
.5 ax deed. lot be based _. Dow thin ltd .day of AuoMt IMTB. MM MrtlflMto dale W n4mod > > 1 of Parks also White Leghorn -
<(\0"' ,...... ombrser 'M fdl/oins -It.y B. LKATHERMAK' omorolra t. low, tko property ocorrlbod. I Itkoroto pen
PM ew. 01 bads. state Clerk of Glrautt View, wall bo ..... to tko without. bidder I Iot pullets. TUNING an* 'va1JIrlc.
oed des so..witNEII "*'""'. *.tarW. .. tko CMrt-kcniM door oo. tko first Moooorto POULTRY EQUIPMENT. Battery I
d III\: ( fcctlou 14 TowMhl I ClmH Court IoaIDodo tko month nf ...._.... I"'. wkkk k I Good used piano for She ct>e.p,

M Booth ....* So fcMt maintains Br H. JAMES, D. C. tko ItkF of ....-.... IMTVoUd brooders to accommodate 1000 W. E. Xoon. IIS N. W. 8id EL
40 Acre man or tow. to one County: ot (..... S, IS. I* ST, seal I) able tltk oor of July. IMT. I chicken Also I movable poul-
Dodo. SUM wf r....... I ( B. LKATHKKMAM. I
The aaaa.sr..t 01 New seasoner Under I NOTICE OP APPLICATION POM fAX' dork of Circuit Conrt. try houses In excellent condition

"P's cow e.rtlf cate theme woo 1n tIN sane tiRED ': lIMo Coowly, Flan....i j Fla. type with metal roots Will
ledt very k Maintain. (Senate win No. 111 Clre.H Court Sol i Bay a Home
.' Cnl.r saw. _,...... okoU M iwMriuoJKooordlli NOTICE || HEREBY GIVEN time by N. C. rrERKCTT D. 0.holy I accommodate 100 hens eacn.t .

10II... the Property doorrH I P. MeLM*. homes of sate. act. County M, A... S, I*. M)' V-K ELECTRIC PUMP In food : Buy Grove Land
.therein will ko cold w IM ..._ ... ..- ,,1'.. Conlfkiou No. ".. Mod tko Sr4.
JM who CwurMMoM door ou tko firm ...... of Annot, A. D. IMI, kM End. MM NOTICE condition. Glade Land -0/
day to tile mouth Ul ........r, IHT, to mr office, and ban made oopllmUoo tOP 1 APPLICATION POP TAX)I Mrs. Alice Simons, R. F. D. Box Buy
which to thu elk .day of ........... IMT.rnrtafat'thio >;I. tu .4oo4 to ko toraoi the.... Sow. c.. DRRDMw.1.
otk.dor ot Auuot. 10.,. ..,..... omkroooi tko following o>oorloi BIH No. 141) teal, SOS. corner Silver Palm drive It Is my firm belief... big b.

---.. B. LEA IHERtlA". rlslda..s.40IIan-, t 1M Cony 01 Do4o,...... 49. *.NOTICE& Seott.U holder NLREBY of: S'to GIVEN Bud: Cw.,, and Richard road. (Jyttf) er prices are lmmla*.t
Clerk. of Clrc.K CiMtt.OP .
Q"". PMr.eds.c I M.do.'D.Tvrww. A44. a li.. Mar Tam of OrtUtoou Aionoit. A.No.D. IMI IMI. Mud kM filed, tkotbl! Don't quibble sheet prim
k Plot Book .. pen US lu UM Cams of I-ROOM frame house new shingle '
01. Do4 I .. oir "' ,.-. ...< kM made application for 00. wait
II. JAM!!. IL 0.As Santa of PnrMu.
Tko o Ua .and to M Mod tborooo. SoM. Cowtitka5. 1 roof, all city Improvements; tt Bur Raw.You'll .
( .. II. U. 17)Yy monwaot of MM proMrtr ....
: tan uM oorUflcoto Mod. WM to tko .. onbrooM UM followliuT >Mrlboproiiorty acre groused, M bearing avocados
to tae Camay of Bate of1PlnrMo thank far this ..
;It APPLICATION' FOR TAX oil ,Thmd..o ....... .1 IMo of miscellaneous me (
towltlLot M limes variety
Drab UnbM MM omirirou Owing ... ,..&loa a few months 11_.
J < uU Bill HI AftMTICB oil oooorolno to tho s4 Block 14. Tow. of Plnrloo fruits price $1800.
No. ) law property described. ,
IB- Hf.RJBY! GIVEN THAT I Overuse will ko MM to tko kbTMM 1144.itt City rrooor, o l uMo... Plot Bonk S.po I' Cain II. A. CameronNOTICE
O. Cam. hofck rf state and Oraiitr Taxrtlfi.at.x tho Oourt-houM door on Iko fine Ramsay of o T4. I.. UM Pony of Dwoo Sate Can sell on terms $700 balj j

,. Mil bound the .tk Avpmt. 1. 0. It, h" "M "*"- '" the Itk .day of .........-, IMT .MooMimnt O'I."J. coder I excellent
tko MM | purechase.
MitlflMM of the city.
eR.c4,. ""O. made application tart I Defeat this 1Mb .dor ., "u.. IMT.E. UMO
A.ea to W.410.td. UMMII. Rea B. LKATHIXHAN: of; U.knpwt.Ural.m red..I I' H. A. Cameron. (Jnll tf) OF APPLICATION FOR IAS

fwaa ,.....-.the following *Mr1b""l 1 Iipe1tY Clock. of Clroult Court.NOTICE j d. MM certificate. shag ko Patent
I.. to the property described (SVdol Hill No IU'HOTII"I
1t' ** cd *""* Deals Cougar. Flora
.:... circuit Court "I UMMo will ko add. to UM klvhort kMdort NOTICE Or APPLICATION FOR TAX: I : ia Hntr.Ht GIVEN. owl
the Coort-bouM door oil tko lint Monitorto DKED-IIIT4NMho hotelier of SUM act. ( .l.
"Trail ... I Frank P nn w
f. Plat by N. O.
..'t't. L to ITEIIRI:1T.... : n. C. UM many of ............., 11IT. whack. .is'' .) thereby rive. % that 1U.M ..,- Tex C.rUfk1. No. bolt limited. tkf lotto
dadey'aab.v ..
to (July
poop of 124 Florldo.1. County 10. 4 II. g,0) tko data tn of _...... IIUT l.... holds M _..... of Clef d Smith I day at A..I A. D 0.1. ban filed _

;ham dMMMnont; of MM proportr .......' Of APPLICATION FOR TAX: Doled. thi* nth .day of I.',. IMT.B. ,': MUml Tax Ortlflmo Numbered' 1047. mr .",... and. has UMOO ...IIrtI'k.. far
I B. W S> lomlMr. A. D. ... .' .
to LEATHhRMAN. data. UM Mk Wf l> a toi dead \f asset tkoroou. Read erUfkwjtr
> uld MrUflMto reared tk DEED
.. bnkn1w,. WM (...... Hill' No III Clerk of Clmlt Court, i 1517. k- fill -M 0.041...*. to my W1 mbraroi tko followln d_ rising
JvIk.o said eertlftr.M shell bo redeemed NOTICE lit HrHFBlT: GIVEN lint SousD.4. C..."', Florida. ,1 rii.. and. bas ..* .P..ll..U.. for U; Angry In tko County of Dado state tit 4'
Circuit C:..x thmoii In M With
deed to row Florid towttiWL
me.Jo low, the proper y doMrftwd H. B Wool.. Wiser at SMtf and County
; Br N. C STERRCTT D. C.iJalr .taw Hold CortMnto tnbrMMi UM fol- .if NR i _Ian I'. Tr.wt.Kln
wOl be Mid tko T. No i i
,'n lo high-l bidder: l Cortlflrot KUCJI heated the lot 1
It .. OokrUiouM door on tr* lent Mi*. ...,01 Anew A. D. IMT kM flbd MOM, I $0. A..... 4. II, MlNOTItB lowhw _Ti..H. ..-. .. ,. .itu.wl. to lIMo M Soutk ROM l. Boot to Uw (".u.

"bt & month of II ail 'fiber. IMT, I I In mr offto. and hot made opplfeoUou tw Countr. M Black. : TIM"1 Dodo SUte of Florida,
: ;Iowa b the Stk day of Cptopik, .I 1SI7 U> dad .* bo bound thonooj. Saw Cor*I I OP APPLICATION FOR TAX:I ..8': 10 Franklin 5ckdn.l MrMnt .if MM proportr uiitwIko I
I Ii
dllo day at An,..t. 1017. ; tlflcoto mbrocM the fallowln dowrlbodr nHItA'I' In the Bowen NUml. Cancer MM oreMflrgtoboard WM I* 41..axw
r.IiI Kotlr w hmbr Steve Uiit WUIIo MMWllllomo i I...... SUM of .1 Hd*. ,rf: Mary t.. BrolrnUUMM ,
B. the
K. HCATlir.BKAN, I+. in Gouty *t Dd, sate '"(
.. Nods .
., .
Clerk of Circuit; Co-irt : F=, tO.wltli holder M mutation of oft of lh of MM Property MM certificate ball ko toonwjiod
.dt County Florldo.rtroll Lot 17. Hkiok 4. Bgrnnlr, Plat No. 1. 'iBubdn. booth; Miami T*< CorWflniu Numbering; the MM Certificate roved WM to tM named wonrdhui to ,... the pruprrtr de.,.Iked!
Court .r. a .. Put Book H. pon 14, to UMI '.I till dated UM Itk day of .. A V..hoo. Ihwntn will ho odd to the knhexl bidder
ScolEr D. kM filed. MM CorUffcoU Downs caw Certificate: ....ll .. rAgow Cooofkouw door on the firm Mntr
IMT. to off
H. JAMES. D. O. I Cmintr *f !>* Stou at Fwrhto.TM mr SUM:
(A1... I. II. 10, I'll) : MOoMOintt of Mid proportr ..... :I| : IIM U>o4o tol dada ::04 nlliMt U l.... Ml .dead will gave swath "f oVotonbrr, IMT wH. I: kUM
"I.-: ,
oor. : at A. .
tho Mid MrtlflMU Mod WM I* UM name I I thwwo. to ..ea tow Rhrrom UM Wtk M Awwi Mh dor at "01W1mk1517.
O. '"ln IN CHANCRRTVHK I oft Unkuowu.UnloM RoM Certificate owibrooio Iho following'drorrlbod 1 listed till 1Mb d.r nf Jnlr III.T. .
('IRC1'I! COUNT or Till: Mid Mrtiriaw OMll k* rooVm.I II piupirtr, oltuMrd to Ood Cuss | U.'tW this '101 day <"* '"!>. A. D IMTK. R7LEATHKRMXNOwrk ) .

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN I od uuordlnu to low UM prorortr doicrlMd ".*..... t...ltl B. LBATHERMAN.Clrrk of ClrtuH Court
ANIT fOR DARS COUNTY FLORIDA I Ukorolu will kt Mid to tho kUihoot bMdorM 1 Lot II. Wart B. Bo-BoM. ot fclk. I of Cfcw.tt entire.CmN Dod County, VI.rutoClmlt
a Florida rorMwotlm. Complainant ra. 1 to UM month. of .. IMT whinge. I* : Smith II...... Count/ of Dodo, SUUof Cart IIw N C 5T'ERB1TT.: II I'
SttrREO CA8TIGLIONI >od NELLI tan .k .day of ............,.. IMTClronll PlorMo.Tko I N. C.STERREITD,0.July : (J.17 8.. ..... I. I 12. ".
hoi wif Drf aoMMnout MM properly rider ( II, 80 ; A... .. II, what
CAST1CITONI. ndo.u Doted We Bath de, of July. 1l11.L .
It. *PPMrio. kr uffMo>lt of _.1.1.. Clock. of Circuit Court of U. _, II'I0TlCl i 0. APPLICATION FOR TAXI DEED--A MI4-II
a... MUcKnr filed lu tan above outadMIOM I D.... ew.lt'. 1'I0P1da V.I_ MM Cortlfleoto. emu ko rodofoj. j I DEEP (gnosis BUI No.' IM)
thus oouiplolMUt hi otitltlrd to .BjwMw Court |M| oil MM>4ln. to .Uw, toa dad will bno,: his IMI .1.1I NOTICE IB HFREHT GIVEN: that Fed
pubUcolhi sillsAlfred Coo. Bf N. C STYlIST. l>. C. [ --A.P.. Notion to korabf dm UM / A. was.slm word IL 0._. i.Moe 01 ..... ... -
.r and Nellie CMtlllo: hk .IJulr M An .. I koM-r M sentence Kt CUT MUwilTM IT Tax C-MlfUMe. ]No. 4S4I and. 4Mv"t>.
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I E. B. LEATHKRMAN I' I414T. o M4 MM 4>k day "f July. A. D MUM lu uir offlM. ud kM n .duoppllcaUM
OaOEACO Owns MM dVfouooiito, AltrwJutillllofil NOTICE or APPLICATION POI TAX Clark ot Cinch Ourt, I I kM filed MM OrtlflmtM to of.floh fur a gas .dead M W board
uM Nolllo Cootuilkwil. big. wife.I DKRDIcV.oUi Dodo County, FlorMo. '< and kM main *MlM>... for <.. .dead UMIOUO I OorUflMU owibrore IfcofolkMrl
Bill No.' Ill A IIM
la bo kv UWTOM to n.eadsone with > ,4 to
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Clods Cout Bool. prooortp Owe
u*< thrp or* horoof squired to
Ibo bill ot eomplitlM Nand to maw appear' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT tr N. C. oTRRRETr.: D. C.I I ... SU C.rtNM.t wikraM UM f"lowbit ear ON4 of PlorMo. M.wUU i
mass Hordou Stourfrr, holder of state and .. I I tWorlkM1 property, iHiMUrf. to Dot I .. Munhwrot Htthl".al
Job .
q i or kofor S.pl obor S, IMT. M 1MTW'Der's ? Ml 4, li. Ml' 4
County Tam ConlflcOU No touoM the
M44 Ow .... Florida ta rttt Plot PwT M M. to than Goay
led. dor of AiMTuot, A. O. I"'. kM filed Lot I, RHort I, .,,*!"**. Plot. aside of Dad, 01' rVrld*. M ontnvd.
MOM to Kr af,.-. and. kM made ooplkn.UM NOTICE the of Mta-t CMWtw
I I II, pane S. to City to CenlfPwM ".. Mil. The ..a..
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fv a tai deed M ko based tkoroou.SoM korno .1 tko tko *- Suto of PVtrMo. .
of DMW M con an" d cow coder
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Funeral Home kr M. OrtlflfOW: No. II''' TMs.aeeamaua rtlflrto ....... WM .. Uw
doorrikot proportr was the Iliojotokb *WMM of tko Circuit Court
of saw power the .
: of PlorMo, ; M'- of D.OO Covoto rtorMo, for on ...... ofOlno certificate yiuiMity. to S
IAu ": MM among woo tko "we LM S, Block 4. Northwest Mvlilondo
U-Bt AMBULANCE SERVICE: Low M A M. .d or UM of oo wooooiij. fnoohninor >I of UmUMnrm.tot a .-.. Plot Ron It, Pans M. I" ''h* d

lady Attendakt Book ii--ofinorMu.Tho to Iho Couulf of Doom, MM. eklM.0114 o4 to establish Uw some of' .. stock I, M..,..... plot BookIS. County of Dad.. Suto of Florida. otewiorooed .

sate sees .. to tko CIW of Muni Com to Cortlfbjuto Mo. 41 It, DMoMominont
Phone 1 uooooooMot of rod property uudW lr d OuU SUM of PlortM. .M nw of MM proportr nods tji 1f
964-B Homestead, Fla. tko new. omlflnu kouod. WM to She sass f BtrfilK KURTC.
I banned to Certificate No UtlT TIM MM C.HIrkwl. Mood. WM to the ., '
oft P Cnlloou.UlUoM (July II. AW I. II. Jo i.I .._ of MM cniporty, ..*w UMMM of VukuowaUntoM .

MM MTUflcuto okoll W HidnnndMoordIM 1_ OvUflraM Named .... to UM MM sold CorUflratM oVaH W ., .1 I, .1 oed

to tow, the nopuiu doMnhodUwrolu "'f UMKOW. arourdlac to .... the pmportr ....< rib.o4 {
wDI k> MM. to the bbihcot Wddorol U.... MM _If".n ko pled .
I I .a. thuulu will W MM to tan hlo-hrot kldvmrr
J. T. TOMERLIN UM C.co4k.- dye ow tko shot 11_ 'I Edward Stiling :' .4 xiuoi 4>r lu UM month of _.ir KIT Uwnm em 11oo ITtk "oty, at Avow, A. D. Mosey to l..ewlb of Seoteoibot IMT.which .
TRANSFER wkkk. lo the I" .day ......-. IM7 INT.I i to UM Mk dr of BeoMmoor. IMTIuu4

: VCCCSoOR: TO B. C. MCBToTTrrelgbl. lJe.... this,Ilk .4.r ot AWV4, "". I Real Estate I I Vassal table I4lk .of rot ,HERMANa" Iki JIM dor of Jotr. A. I>. int.B .
IL.. ).K%THKKMAM. j I E. S. LEA .
Dirt Wae V ShaTlagB, General Insurance
Clerk of Clow Court, clock of Circuit Came.t Ctrrb ot Circuit C
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Page Eight THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, August 6,1937

I watchman employed by several ","Ii" "",,, ,"1m"...'",,"1Irmm'lililil! : !!'::Iii"" t'Plm! till
ALLEGED FORGED firms on "fertilizer row", who was
, called upon by Night Policeman "
BOUND TO TRIAL, William tile pair.H. Sykes to assist In tracing own To Facts" .

The negroes were Committed by I
court of record for trial under
bonds of $800 each, covering three IN ANY !MAN'S BUSINESS. WE HAVE BOTH PLUS
transient farm laborer from, charge of felonious entry.
North Carolina,firing tM name THE LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN ON YOUR FOODS. !O' .
Paul Bishop When incited ofFREDERICK
claiming be one Carl Smith"
he presented a forged check for P.rig HICANK01110"Imp- Inco
171 at the First National Bank wit
committed to criminal court of (Continued From Page Five) .
record under $100 bond at I pre Halt of the modern-ookiiu| Phone 40 Homestead, Fla. We Deliver
limtnary hearing before Peace Jut. building la occupied by Frederick'sShot ,
tic S. L. Kendrick on Monday Shop, Where In addition to i '.-&,
Bight a fully equipped shot repair department -
According Paul leaner, clerk Is carried a full line of Delicious lc SPECIAL
at the bank the questionablecheck shoes and a pr.ctlcalline of men's
Was signed with the name of clothing. The other store In the RINSO

A. B. Carpenter, a seasonal firmer building houses a real estate office, FIGBAilS Ltr. Pkg ...............
from North Carolina now employedby With his wife and six chlldrel'l.Mr. 26c'I-'I
Size ........
the Lee lawmlll wen of Florida, Frederick cam to the Red- lOc Pkg :
City, and was payable to Carl) and District 13 years ago from I
Smith. When Bishop tried to Sheboygan, WIs., bought a fr01"1 2 Ibs. ... 25c Both for ............
cash the Iheck 11 payee and said In Redland and built a l
It covered acme painting done for! the property. In 1(25 ha purchased '
Carpenter a few weeks ago Mr.: Burton's Shoe Shop and
Leaner became suspicious and followed her the trade of shoemaker Cobbler PotatoesI01hs.J'C:
caused the arrest of the alleged which wa taught him by
frrger. Although Blahop deniedthe hit German father, a maker Of
charge and asserted he could tailored shoe
not glad or write,the investigation The Fredericks moved to Homestead t
developed that M was not a illiterate soon after Mr. Frederick I Pillsbury Flour 20-lb.bag 99c
a* he claimed and that he went Into business here, and own,
had worked on Carpenter form their own home at N. W. First!,
last winter, thereby becoming avenue and Second street
familiar with his employer .,-
nature. Stroke Fatal to Motherof I MILK any brand 3 tall caws ZJc': "

Two Negroes :Arrested Mrs.Geo.Morton Here' ,

After Entering: StoresTwo .
Mr*.Margaret Amanda Seay,It, :FREE KELLOGG Bread and Butter
the mother of Mrs. George Mortonof
negro youth,both equippedwith this city,died In Post Graduate 1 bar Octagon Toilet
aliases and prison records, hospital last Sunday night,following Soap withOctagon Corn Flakes PICKLES15oz.
cam to Homestead about a week' a stroke of paralysis. Shi Was
ago to search of easy loot but found' visiting her son-tn-law and daugh Chips jar.15c
themselves Ik fall and fating I' tar M the time of her death. The --.15c
burglary charge within 4$ hours body wa tent for burial to her c Ig.pkge.20C pkgs..
of their arrival here. home In Clarketvilh, Tenn. by Whole Grain-

Peace At preliminary JusUc S. L.hearing beto"'j the Turner. Funeral Horn Dried Baby LimaBEANS Southern LadyRELISH or RICE

Monday, they gave the names of Little la I
Robert Reeks and Jimmy Anderson Mr. Jones we planting potatoes, Salad Dressing
of Moultrie, Ga. and ?onfiued and little Joan was following him ; 3 Ibs. .... ...... 25c I 25c 5 Ibs _..-:'W25c:
to breaking Into the Green Lantern round. qt. Jar -.... !
retaurant and attempted entry "Her you an, daddy aha exclaimed DELl\IONTE? '
of the Orfanedea shoe store late ,when he had finished Sodaettes BULK
Saturday. They denied enteringthe TV picked up an those potatoesyeu Soda Crackers COFFEE
Brocket Lumber Co. office, kept dropping.1*--Pearson's. Brown Sugar
although caught and arrested In
fiat vicinity by Sam Woods, night WANT ADS PAY 1 lb. pkg. ... 10c 4 Ibs ____. 25c lh. ......t..."....;.,.u2Y11t.... .
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Kilgore's Bred-rite Seeds '

Elberta Peaches 4 )ibs. 290

For Fall PlantingPride

Celery Country Roll Butter 16. 66c

Ft: Myers Market Eggplant ,

Manatee Special Eggplant

California Florida Giant Wonder Pepper Peppet j Peanut Butter 2-lb. jar 390

Early] Yellow Summer Crookneck j f1
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SWIFT'S "Our Own Sliced"
Squash Peanut Rolls SUGAR B. BACON

lb. ___... .. 38c 51bs------- lb. ... .. ... 38c
Extra Selected Globe Tomato

Topper Tomato "
And All Other Leading Varieties. Veal Breast Leg o' Lamb CHEESE

lb. .... ... 15c lb. ... .. ... 29c Ib ...... .:. ? 25c

The Kilgore Phone 63 Seed Co. :I Jewel Lard 4-1b. p&ge 57CCutupfor' -


j I Local Fryers ib..jsc: .

HARRY'S WELDING SHOP i frying, i .

Portable Uectrle a PZZCaTO/v..l AeeiyleM Wekduu FLA eve Cy lade,Slacks i I Chuck Roast Western Ieef .t 24c
CyBnaVr&..., Atemtataa Castings fco4 BeHera.AiUaeUv \ ,

.MaeKsie..... -' Cateria*to tarred Im cola 1
beartat pouring and but.e4 taaaabf, eeojMC MA berlse ail eyldea ..... I .

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