The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00137
 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: August 20, 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: UF00087294:00137
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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r Week-End of Sight-Seeing Planned

] For Key West Scouts Camping Here

TOGETRADIOSTATIONHERI A w ek-.nd of sight-seeing In Matheson Park the beautiful but .PLACES HOMESTEAD ON

I the Redland District, Royal PalmState sow idle, Hiateah race track. Pan .
.c Park and the Miami and MIami :American Airway Dinner Key
Beach area ha been plannedby base Bay Front Park and Miami

Scoutmaster A. O. Cain and,Beach LIST OF ELIGIBLE CITIES
member of the Homestead troop':, The open truck was decided upon
committee for the 14 Key West a* the conveyance beat suited

Btu Scout, their scoutmaster and j I to let them see everything and be 1
E. Votes Immediate Steps to camp counsellor, who arrived 'together for a joyful, hilarious Mayor Wires to Ask What

Organize Ex-Service here Wednesday to camp for ten good time an the way. THE WEATHER Can Be Done to Ad-
days in the city Just east of: In charge is Scoutmaster Victor I
OfflfUl wmlM MW1 .f Un auMi ml !
Men for Relief the swimming pool |Larsen, assisted by Camp Coun esp*etio.ai grow *HM+.... fieri*. vance Cause
. Hits afternoon the visitor will sellors George F. Archer and Arthur

; TO SHOW PICTURESIN be taken on a tour of the fruit Sheppard and by Acting Assistant o.a. IMa MIDI Bar.| Bah INSPECTORSHAVELOOKED
growing section of the district in a Scoutmaster Dick Ilernan- Aug. 13 ..j 1 BO | Tl |30 Oil OVER SITES
1 POST HOME SEPT. 1 truck furnished by the Florida:des, Mr. Archer I* the father of Aug 14 I 81 I Tl JO.051II .01

East Coast Fertilizer Co. With a Ben Archer, publisher of the Lead Aug. IS I I 71 i I Need Will Determine Final
i: Miami Traffic Expert to stop scheduled at Tropical Monkey.er-Enterprise. I Aug. 16 I 190 I Tt ;AO101 .oS I
1 Be Brought Here by Jungle which they will visit sal I Aside from the week-end of. Aug. ITAug : 10 I M ,JO.001 .III 20%; That Will Get
guest of the Leader-Enterprise j sight-seeing, the activity of the IS I is I 70 ::21.81; iu Construction I
; Safety Council Saturday they will be taken tot boy will be devoted to camp routine -] Aug. II ..1 I 11 I 149 ((80011 ,29

Royal Palm State Park and posibly *-I[I and Junior life saving drillsat With Homestead listed by the

Immediate action to get I short farther along the Cape Sable,I the municipal pool under the house appropriations committee
crave radio station and a disaster highway Sunday at 1 p. m. instruction. of Manager Theo t.Bleler SCHOOL BEGAN Monday a* one of several Florid

..' relief organization established In they leave again by F C. C. truck,I cities eligible for consideration lathe
tot a trip to Miami and Miami L On Tuesday at I p. m. residents
Homestead will be made by John allocation of funds for new
a Batch, with scheduled .t tit Homestead and other coounu- HERE MONDAY federal
Stltay Post f the American tops | buildings. Mayor Tom Hat'tie
titles of the district are. Invited to
legion, it was decided at a meeting telegraphed Congressman t.
of the port Wednesday night! I be guests of the Key West boysat -FOR NEGROESHomestead Mark Wilcox Wednesday f of,sup
Legionnaire George Crawshaw LOCAL GIRLS GO I Scoot camp fire program port In obtaining construction
which will include scout stunt,
and Adjutant Win. J. Geronimowere : I post office building In Homey
songs, harmonica number and
appointed a committee to Interview TO SEMI-FINALS children trooped stead, and asked his advice a* to
other cumbers to be arranged.
M. R. Harrison head of back to tchool.J.londay the best procedure to adopt in the
.1be4IaIl7iIIIIIP We of the 11011"who momma- 4.
the WlntyJwtoV disaster relief organization matter.! '
i three khaki national out they were the children'of the .
recognized and backed OFTOURNAMENT occupy Homestead I 11 listed a* eligiblefor
population inauguratingthe
guard tents,begin at t a.m. when
t>y the American Red Cross, and of a $70.000 federal buildingthat -
the bugler sounds the first call program starting their school
get Instructions, equipment and ---Ir- year earlier and ending later to,I Is, eligible for consideration u
then reveille and on through
Supplies to enable the post to take The Homestead Plymouth) Girls I assembly and roll goes call that they tan have their I a site for I building of that type.
the lead in preparing to meet Diamond Ball Tram of Homesteadwon morning. during the field harvest Former Mayor Preston B. Bird,
color and calisthenics to break.fast
emergencies occasioned by storm Its first game in the state,i I I January February and ) who wu.active during hit administration .
at T JO-and. say Mr. Larsen
or other disaster. I tournament at Clearwater by defeating -.I vaeaUOI'I'1 lo the movement for construction
those boy will eat their 10-day During the harvest .
It was pointed out that Homestead a team from T..aJ 1 I of a post office building
I j down week if I attendance .t the
camping to a they
I 11 on the list to have fixed Wednesday night, according S| !here also wired Congressman Wilcox -,
: 1 I the rate started here dropped to 40 of the
,keep OQ at they per cent 1
short radio station for received
wave emergency telegram yesterday reminding him of this city'sreal
and that such a station could Ing by C. t, Lawrence sponsor of cttt i normal enrollment due to the demand need for such a building.
easily be housed in the Legion the team, from Fletcher Bryant,I I From 1 to 130: camp ground art I I for picker and the desire of Post office Inspector who visited
and health In. the larger and older
policed sanitary negro pupils
"manaet.The .
building. It was pointed out its I Homestead list winter In connection
(Continued On Page Four) to add to the family Income againstthe
also that Homestead has one or local girl drew "bye" for with this community' appealfor
time of enforced
more amateur short wave operator the first day of play, Tuesday I summer an adequate post office build.
who have been taking lesson under While it was expected here that GAMES TONIGHT net* (Continued On Page Four)
government supervision In the Plymouth would play one or L. B. Sommers, at that time supervising -

Miami with the Idea of being readyto two games today, the only Information principal and Mr Nell
take over operation of an emergency on this point contained in I MAY PICK VICTOR K. Walker, school board member F. P. & L. ASKS

station here in time of dlait Bryant' telegram was the laconic from Homestead consulted with

r. addition "Play Friday night- I i OF SECOND HALF the colored teachers and patrons I THATCITYSTOP
The vote was unanimous for Tonight I 11 the semi-final nightof 1 a* Wt'U.. with representative

Immediate action to organize ex- the tournament, so Homestead I farmer, and found enthusiastic
service men in this area under the ha evidently advanced to the semifinals I The winner of the second half approval of the plan now under ITS EXTENSIONS

constituted disaster relief agency of the Homestead Diamond Ban '

pictures will be shown avenged their 10.. defeat by Fort I on the municipal field tonight 'the Increased negro pupil enrollment Opposition to plan of the municipal -

it the post home In Legion hall Lauderdale the local field the when the Men' Shop will I this year would necessitate light and power plant toe
Wednesday. Sept. 1 under the auspices night before oy walloping the meet W. D. Home Co. In a post the addition of more portable extension of IU service lines beyond -
of the newly organized traffic Broward Countian on their home poned game and Burton' will building to the school in colored city limit was voiced by the
safety council sponsored by the diamond by I score of 13-0. The I play Brooker Lumber Co. In a town. County Superintendent Florida Power and Light Company

forty and Eight and composed oftwo team played perfect ball, and Ber- rained out game. James T. Wilson I* coming to through its field representative,
member from each Legion ger pitched a no-hit game. The last scheduled game of the Homestead next week to make a H. M Fairbanks, rural develop .
(tost The picture have been prepared second half were Clayed on Friday survey of the situation with Mr ment engineer at a meeting of the
and will be shown by Legionnaire Conservation Survey and Monday nights. Two postponed Walker and Supervising Principal city council Monday night

member of the accident Crews Begin Checking game were played Wednesday Jennings Rehwlnkl with a view Declaring that the utilities com
prevention bureau of the city night As a result Burton i* to caring for the added enrollmentand pany had made heavy Investment
Of Miami -=-- leading the league by one game, making improvements of a In the Redland District and that

The local post will make"everyeffort Performance crew began work the Men' Shop I* in second place, practical nature in the curriculum Its revenue would be considerably
to get t large attendanceOf of checking: the fields and groves Hone la third and Brooker trail Last year domestic science for the curtailed by parallel line of the
the general public at the showing of Redland District participant in Ing two garnet behind Horne. girls and manual training for the Homestead system Mr. Fairbanks
of these traffic safety pictures, the federal soil conservation program If Burton win Itt game with boy were added to the Homestead urged that the city postpone or
and it WM voted t* have the adjutant Brooker tonight and the Men' negro school.Dynamite abandon Its proposed extension
announce the showing at A crew which began work In the Shop loses to Home. Burton will program, which Include construction -

meeting tlf the Lion and, Rotary Homestead vicinity III! composed of be the undisputed winner of the Small Fish of a power line to the Alpine
clubs and to seek full cooperation Tom Brooker Leo Bishop and Edward second halt If Burton loses how- Grove Dairy owned by O. B. Parker
i. of the newspapers. Little. Another crew, working ever, there will be a play-off with Spell Trouble for T'.oCbarlt4 I heavy consumer of current
Commander E Z. Thompson reported in the Goulds area, I* composed the Men' Shop, no matter what The, matter was referred for
ea the tate convention at of Harold Vandiver. Murcus the outcome of the Home-Men' with possession ol dy- consideration of the legs and pnoleal
1 Fort Pierce which be attended Parker and F. L. HilL Another Shop game, for even though the namite, fuse cap and undersU- & angle Involved to Council
Sunday and on a meeting of the crew la working In the Miami, or Men' Shop should lore to Home, ed fresh water flab Jesse Richardson : man Frank B. Hue, utilities committeeman -
!I traffic safety council which he and north Dado area. and the relative team standing be and Theriou Everett, both and to City AttorneyIra
: Mr Geronlmo attended. Monday County Agrtculiural Agent C. f.Steffan maintained, there yet remain a colored, were bound over to criminal C Haycock, who were asked
.. Aight-la Miami. !. who last week conferredwith protested game to be played over court by Justice of the Peace: to submit their recommendation
f The post voted to stave the adjutant conservation expert at between the two Ugh teams-.* S. L Kendrick Friday under at the next council meeting ott
.. contact the proper person Lakeland, said.that state field supervisors .g HKsk fbntested earlier In the woo of $100 each. Sept I. In Uie meantime the
\ to determine what part the Homestead wou.d be down. her I Wit... .-' fl account of an unwitting The MOT were arrested on t city will proceed with at least a
post will play la the dedication next week to check tb? ri.. '- > Mtttnt order on the pert the''Could Canal road earlier lathe portion of Its extension plan ae4seeding
I. of the memorial to the Keys under way by thJUjVrt: act S ie Burton team. This game day by Game Warden W. B.1, to Gordon Jvey, city utilities
e o hurricane dead en Armistice Da;. crew and give t .It' would probobjy be played next Flower of Homestead and R W. superintendent The munlcUCentlaiwd.
: (Continued On Pg Four) advice:seeded. "IT I I (Continued On Page.Four) Siak of Miami I II. ( On Pale Fowl




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Para Two THE LEADER BNTERPRt"E Friday. August 20.1937jrcumiiiiiiiimniiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiic
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11M Ia1M1an Made dmalah IMa Parker a boy ''I'IIe.... arr<\MwM Walker, L r Penny Lewis C'wy.1 i --Mr and Mr*. caR"Iftietrmt

wean w s ... Hessen aa&Xda I be named Robert Henry a+abe 1 man, c. B Culhr. Jr. W. K. ''7,1-i! kriained the Owhr Tulgfey iojd.t

Lewis T'WjF- wsosmdrdr d.man- Up the stales at 114 fataihMia ." !too and W J. CUrke' In H moat :.Jfhtfwi 'Mo'' pty."
20 Years AgoIiIHfJtH1I1HWIIKIHIHII slmtedsea fsaja*. Thane. presea/ -- AMMO o maw spent! lastw.ekend
1 "The Society ;-"tt W. HaJJ traded. \i'.1bIIItIteM -
twee:1&LsedaaTes tV t Uwards M Miami when sae -- Baptist Improvement --
C D. Barr. t 1'':. Ue w rtois J. BL. Visited her (....... Mm a R. !'Ten& met at the home of Mn. W proptrty' to C. 1+L'. 'WoSdtnity
Tower W. IX Learns IX undo a .- A King last t. MMe). Themembers 1 of Redland fir property ownet by

The hors-4 am Lana W. Moon. Lee Lehman. & A. Kia I:-'One 01.... most enjoyable present really enjoyed Mr. Woodbfry In N dh.D.kola"
.... saw d 11- and Lewis Twjman.MiM ." I,afternoon the C. KTl: have ever him KtouT gracious bospfuaity,--r. W. J. Barton is'back on the
-..... w. ... awn 1 eater and job at the rVuptwt Church again
Lather Uviaccton the good fresh sweet milk,
w no ....- rowe" had was the cue recently sprat *t
o If. tau Woo am --. twined a number *< her friend the home ., Mi* X L. Uhmscl buttermilk and hot buttered MacuiU after a month1 trip into Gtorgli.
at her home last Friday evening rear town. The guest had a good one sensed to them. Those.1 where he has been holding protracted
August I*. If IT."Mr H the interest of the M. C. 0urdI"I time world** out an mleresUni ,attending were: Mesdame & K. meetinf*,* .

Chas. Kahn of Redlaad South. 1'boIeat were: crowd and for this Kn. a. s.. D. .Edwards, & A. King, Fitch, Hatry -"Mrs. A. C. Deputy delightfully
ted on Thursday night after an tined Marie Kin*. Ida Salted, sty won the pi ice. Mrs. Ishavari ,Cooper R. S. Ooney. James Tlt- entertained the Stocking Club
those* at long duration The funeral I Charlotte CoUtn. Wearie Pennineton. served most excellent refrosasiesta patrick and A. L. Home" Tuesday sfterooon "

service was announced for Willow Simmons, RtwtbuiVmphrer. can Sing of potato sale j..
Friday at Karwja.- I Mesen. Ford Cochraa. buttered roll.. watermeKKt 1
This week: has been keeping Ben Lswe. Lee Dlxoa. Cecil Hoc.I i pickles toed tea. lemon pie cake
some of the men who have been Chester Saunden. Fred and mints. These enjoying Mr*.!}
drafted. .Mw the tump, a* they I Fred Mowerr. Bey Myrick and the I.t'J..aers LopHaUty Were Ue, FREE !

must Brat pea the physical emanvJncltoa. bowler Father UYIa toa.- I donna J D. R>'!dd. a M. Budd ZdBrooker. i :
and then if suececcftd. the -"Births reported to Dr. Tower I R. S. Porsey. and W. B.I
exemption board take them uhand. are: A daughter to Mr. and --. i Cave The JUMOTS present were:I
Albert R. Cava O. K Sottn Wax L. Chambers of Karanja on :Marion and Ftaecea Dorsey, iid-| 4
> \ of Homestead and Thomas Wednesday of last week; a daughter. -!'ward Brooker and Billy Caves.!
K Post afRefiand passed the phystcii Beulah lam to Mr. and Mrs. i Mira Cave .wa. hostess to the)
elimination, while C. Ben B. C Murphy on Saturday, and a C D.'* last wtf k. -Fincb'lie';' WASH AND POLISH JOB OR :;
Rummer. Lee H. Lehman Ben G. daughter, Elizabeth Louise, to Mr. I thief amuieiwe! of the aflenmn I .
Fountain and Sam McKinstry and Mrs. E. S. Captajw. also on and many snteterting game* were 'Ii,
were turned down cat account of Saturday. Three' cheers for all !iSayed.Miss.- I

wooer defects. W. C Mead of of'esar i -- Gerlnide Horashel mgr.i GREASE JOB
Florida dry ha been accepted. -be" Florida City council met i billed a number of the young pe -j I
reading dental work, which win Tuesday evening. Councilmen I pie of the tKnciunity Jut Yriday.
Icing big record up to the sUnd- present were: J. t Simmons J. S. evening in ham of her guest Mlrt'. 2j,

...d"RiCh- Caves L. T. Chapmsa. W. D. Stott. Lucy KuykendalL, A most enjoy,,
-- school Aug. XTth. T. C. Taylor. and Dr. S. S. Shields.
opens able time spent playing
was pro.r
Grade open Sept 1TUL LIst -A. W. McVkker with Mr. and i greadvSvtT. Miss Eunice: Nixon,; with each $10 in trade. Get a trade ;
of teschers for the coming term: Mrs. Taylor left Saturday night having progressed the greatest "
Homestead Chas. M. Fisher. Ray for Jacksonville. Mr. McVlcker number of thus was awarded the card and have it punched -
.-. Mrs. Lea: Fbher Miss going on to Atlanta. The Taylors prize offered for the ladies and W.| every
Helen Richer Mrs. G. R. Rives, win visit a sister there; then CD i. Clarke won the genUemenl' time
Mn. Neva Cooper. Mr*.Ten Pear to their old home tat White Sprtesa. prim Miss Hoenshcl served sand' you patronize .

son. Mr*. Dora Sail, Mia Clarke They will be tone a month. Mr*. wkhes, r* *l*., olive and I1mot-'
Cole. music-eta. Gramble, draw- A. M. MeVkker and son. Walter ads to her ig vests, who were X_'
tag -Mrs. Jordan; Florida .City; win return with" them." (Ptince- dame W. K. Walton, G W. tu- Bill's Service StationNORTH
-Mias Anneta Malta.Mr .- toll>. loon Lewi Twrman. Muse. IV:
-'' Raw Connell left for A.... .. lilt'Henry eke Niton Alma Lladgren. Clarke I i
New York on Sunday evening on I Must Left on Sunday to Cole Lucy Kuykendatt Menr B., KROME AVE. and 5th ST. ;
a business trip to be gone several' spend a monta1 vacsttai at Kea M. Duncan t Z. Crowley. C Y ':I
week" West with his wife and relatives."
-' '*. tt. E. Martin returned -'Locraa and Vfiltart Hasack of :)
Tuesday from a six week skit Princeton haw been week-end >
to her mother' home on Paso of ....... C. D. Barr'rBonIaMr.andMrs.T
:lti Sd. N. T. Mr Martin H.
that the weather there is 1-.1

loiter than tat Florida.* LEGAL NOTICE t L .
-"Mrs. >L A. Hanson frfl Thursday '

for Atlanta to order her tan onrm or Arne >r''TV>i row TAX ..'.. '
mlitoery. bass411aft ;:::; ,I{
ten e-. rue A 2126IIOTOCS
-Mr and Mr. W. D. Home A* .. NEWS GlYDI TRAY ..
in Miami where they will spend a Tba.e. At .-...-. b4owr at _
W o..a_T.O c..or__ son We" ,
week or two visiting Mrs. Home's die t... w d '.. A. 0. 1- V raw .W' ',
sister. Mr. C w: HtD.. ,,ra in We MW .... NO& f re I J / :::.
errs Im a sass s. be heal _
-- The S-H Club bad a most en. wd o...rln.r -- OW 6kr.-Le ,: ...
arable a* wed a* helpful meeting 6-06" wwn 1ft oM Com. r Doan
rwrr..a Just
sap i :
,at the schoolhouse last Saturday T..w I.. a" Mad rPM a ....
afternoon. The subjects for this I Sara T. raw is..a..k.e sa ,
Awn mar Iwo 1k. a se ..eIw
peeling were: 'Candies, Icing and awed F1wt... .
Iroiea.-. ..' Mrs. 3. B. Tower The .rus.wt at teed ........ .vie
... .N entfe.w he is he PLAIN FOLKS:
served to the member presenta d, _..
most excellent chocolate cake I v- ar1. __ .. .
.i ausi. le. an tow, kke p..eww _
and resipe for the eking.W ar..0 M ilia Y oM ..- 6..4rat
t Mrs C"o.tlle had made dainty, 5 Coon kn 1r w .be Haw. 1..r .. ., .. .
.,, ....
fat fm am ark 0..k. -
little drop cakes, and Mrs G W.!to the .b ... .r _. 11W.D.ed '
Moon made before, the club .1( o IL man a eve LXATSFUA11.d A- .-, "But we like our home to look nice, and be> up*"

creamy white fining lot the cakes.) cn..r crass o..... t. ,'
These were liter served with milk'f D.. cIf. :-. claim to-date. .
a..It chars ass .
sherbet demonstrated by Mr* w C. rrtaarTr. Ix C. .
But and Mr S. A. King. Mr* Aw. ek rt.y L lei ,

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LEGAL XOnCE. "Last year we fixed up the kitchen. This year

norm or Arrt.Tion row TAX

k tam" MI ND_ MI> A nit we're having the floors done over. You'd be
j hones IS erases coves THAT
,ewes C. .to.: k.... W anus ... ces.v
T.. c-aI_ flit berg 7taM 1M surprised how it improves the looks of hometo
.f '...... A. Do 11.. run lad esr isof a
Wk..d toes U.r a.ea..el.S ow i
4.4 is be 6..a aw dun
.0..e ...... -.d have good floors. And it isn't expensive the
H ..ewVt..t cs..w .f ..... afar rLw. I

11.12 ?...._ .- "" M. : ; .
L Plot b-A A. ... w U.es I } FHA way."
.f Ala Seer r 1'1.N.TOW !
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.. sd earl.4 bend Lush me meow ERVICE YOU LIKE
ro CM.w.Mimi i FHAj
..r .W5.4" .ban be ...-..
M the -.rate 0---d Careful checking and thcnmclitttenttoei I i Well be glad to help put through applica-
w.e..a be ft" w ....- bb.iaM and inspection which :I .
w Grime.. AW an fb" slat t ( {
.o the "nab r .-. we Insist upon in every cast, \. '
.. W M atop r "" tions for-any responsible who wishesto
wand" Yb 14b a. .f A..4.- fate. fives y.u the dependable, condeiittotM person >
L L&AT1I..AJf. service you want.Wippredate < .

c'IIoft.: ..,.,. """'"!, your patronage and : avail himself of.this convenient plan of flaying
a..II Casa W we know that Its cootiouanc* i .
M. c.
06C; i itousty ,
tAgo, as.ara.aa.WlDR ; depends upon. our ability to I Inu. for repairs and improvements and new .:

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August 20 1937 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Three
ij AIR will arrive Wednesday evening bJ i :
,. but to complete the delegation that. SERMON TOPICS
will establish a tent camp at the ,--I

BY the municipal swimming tourist pool camp site Mal CHURCHHOMESTEAD BAPTIST Oldest Chevrolet :g !

An entertainment committee
MAYORJARRISCooperating! wOSUMMd of thai following wa An*. SI -Morning servant
named to assist the Key "The Straggle ., the ChristUa -
,, with the post office I West group to get settledbuys Llf"; evening sermon ;
department, and following the example and to entertain the 'hkh ShaD We Cheeee-4he Dealer on East Coast
I of Cov. Fred P. COM itfctulng' during their visit here: Presto Path ., Pleaaara, ., the Path

I proclamation designating Bird, Jr., Paul Rue, John Ruhr. .f Service
next *e k. Aug. 23.30 M AIr Paul Vann, Carl Frederick, Ben Aug. tS Prayer service I
Mall Week: throughout Florida, Shuler, Joe Byrum, Chat. Robrrt. aabject: "What the First Epla- UiBUSINESS SINCE: ;
Mayor Tom Harris has issued the ton and Harry Martin. tie of John Teaches About ... ..
following proclamation, calling on The meeting adjourned after BIll etANToday's
pFflEhflFit'tfumestead to take cog. the retirement of colon. F
Jtlzance of this week:; during the CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH !

period mentioned. I 30 Learned to Swim Ant. tl LeeMm-senmm
:3 "WHEREAS, from the time of "
Since Opening of Pool subject: Special
Bie tint airplane flight, on De-
ember 17, J903 by Orville and
ifiUbur Wright to the present day Ai the second week of the learn-: FIRST METHODIST CHURCHOF INTERNATIONAL F-12 TRACTOR. A-l
to-swlm campaign at the munlcl HOMESTEADAug.
Pie development of air trarupor-
pal swimming pool neared Ita end, CONDITION-FULLY GUARANTEED:
lotion has been both rapid and It Morning sermon
continuous, and, Manager Theo J. Bleler :yesterday subject: "The Family of God"
t: "WHIBEAS, the speed and re- released the names of SO person (second sermon evening sermon -
JJcblUty.with which the new ve- who have progressed from the non- : "The Threefold Secret
!hiclet of flight traverse both land swimmer clan to the beginner of a Great I Used Trucks
clap since the pool was opened
and hat
tea to Improved ai to re-
on the Fourth of July.
fluce to that Inconsequentiality once were considered dlttancet They...: Tommy Harris, Gem 1930 Chevrolet-cab and body. Will make

Jn point of time required, almost and Joe Reynolds, Betty and Ruth Life"P this season and give good service ..._...$125.00
insuperable. and, Syrum, Connie Campbell Arnold
s "WHEREAS In addition to the Mcllwaln, Warrens Severy, Lucy
great laving in time possible to us Jacqueline Buck, Betty Gatlln,
In actual travel the United States Tackle Jenette Howard Keely, 1934 Chevrolet cab and body. Dual ,

JOlt Office Department hat con John McLaln,Wayne Sherry, Louis I EO wheels good tires overload springs, ,
fracted to ute the vast network: of Charlet Murray, Floyd :

airlines for the delivery of mall Tr, Charlotte Geronimo, Van CIV. extra brakes ...................._...................$350.00
and does to use them, and, mer, Charles Robinson, Cretu
< t "WHEREAS, practically all Terburg, Lanier Whitehead,Hubert ,
countries have extensive Smith Barbara Smith Homer and '
foreign 1928 Chevrolet one ton cab.and body....$ 85.00
air maU attribution with direct Albert Byrum, Joyce Walker, Jacqueline
teonnectlont with United States airbasil Duncan, Marjorie Lang-
routes,and ham and Frank Hausman. I
5 "WHEREAS, this service has Next week the learn-to-twtm GeneralPublic 1929 Chevrolet cab and body. Repainted -
teen of prime Importance and classes will be from ':30 to 10
treat value to the State and the dally and the Junior life saving Utilities checked over, good tires ........_.......$100.00:
KatUtrana-itreontlnuance and en- claims wilt be from 11 to 12 and
argroent-ahaiUd be encouraged, from 1:30 to S, Mr. Bitter an-
1 "NOW, therefore, t, T. J. Hams, nounced. Homestead Phone MS-M I 1930 Ford- Fair shape, good for season...$100.00
;fayor of the City of Homestead, The record attendance of 111
(!o hereby proclaim the week: of at the pool on Thursday of tail
August 23 to 30, 1937. Inclusive u
week: was broken on the followingday ALL TRUCKS HAVE BEEN PUT IN GOOD
f-AIr Mall Week, throughout the
Friday, Mr. Bleler laid, when Let Us
City and call our people to
upon the number of persons using .UK
live thought to the advantages of pool reached IJ4. A record'tot
., the air mail service and to cooperate Sunday attendance was broken RejuvenateYour
In this movement," hit week: when I total of 188 persons -

I swam or played, In the big Car

t BOY SCOUT NEWS concrete tank. Work Y. Sfgfsh Bird

; By John F. Kuhn. Reporter Wood M ,,t. feWsasl
Dr. Tower Moves Office
,( f Body,..Fender Repairs .... '
The regular :mieetin4"At Boy ," Lyon In -New.Location Tops and TrimmingSeat 'Chevrolet 1
ScouU' of America Troop No' 29it I
Homestead Fla., was held at the Dr. J. B. Tower has moved hit Cover ,
f>cout hall Tuesday evening, Aug., office to hit residence at Krome: PaintingArt's ,
17. Scoutmaster A. O. Cain was venue and N. W. Sixth J-i.: and i Co.
m charge.i Virgil I Lyon, Natural
i The meeting opened with the In Homestead, and Harold Lyon,
Scout oath followed by presentation jeweler, are moving their butlneitl -. Paint Shop I
of colon by Scouts Paul Vann Into the quarters formerly occupied 103 N. Krome Ave. Phone 93
end Elmer Martin. Assistant Scout by the physician at 30 N. Ml N. UfoME: AYS.rLuTcEST .

muter Clarence Froecher con- Krome avenue. I
flucted the examination tor tenderfoot Virgil Lion said yesterday that
scouts and the following; patted he wold have one of the large !
with flying colon: Carl Frederick displays of bottled gas stores south DISPLAY
Paul Vann, John F. Kuhn, of Miami and toe larger and central | GAS RANGES II |
Radford ROM would him to
Albert Byrum, Billy location permit
Kelts, David Roberta, Elmer Martin extend hit sales and service at a | South of Miami |
and Ben Shulet. rapid rate.Judge's. i
Visa D. Lrm. II N. Kmn: An.OLE.
\ After a drill conducted by the .|
assistant scoutmaster, a delegation Problems Told - -
0(five scouts and their scoutmaster -
from Key West was wel- In Talk to Rotary Club
tomed and registered at the tint
yitltori to our newly organized Wayne Allen, Judge of the Dade
troop. Their names are at follows County court of crimes, describe)
Scoutmaster Victor Larson, and the duties, responslbillUet and
I icoutt Roy Pens, Joseph Campo, problems of hit office In I talk to
Jllly Russell Carl Crux and EmU the Homestead Rotary Club at Itt
loberta. noon luncheon-meeting Wednesday -
Nine more scouts from Key Weal In Legion halt rr

Sheriff D. C. Coleman, alto a

Serve guest poke a of few honor words at the of meeting greeting r WHEN Y il i MY THE tit*c/ ***caS

when presented by: President W E.Rheney ,
You maybe lucky at games fII chaDce=1
but will dolt your mosey buying unknown
MODERN REFRIGERATION I rune blades ProWl Jr-mad* by the cworld's
Operates *n GM a* Kerosene Edward Sti ing JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA
target maker lilt Was and ttlllotquaEtjr.
SEC: THEM ON DISPLAY I Real Estate .4 tar 100 lea4eNbIHdec Made of known

, AT ROOM I', McCKORT I iq I General Insurance Mori I tHIOr SUMMER S adds .Oronnd booed,sad stropped J>y a _,

ARCADE. I ---............SMSa.... spaniel proccM..Probak Jr Was through
FLORIDA CITY. FLA.Cor. ,..........
J. W. MAGINNIS I Palm Are. and Ave. -eases, limir own Ind,wde ad tA shad ma I dense, stubborn whiskers without pull Of
Breach ManagerS s..w r.--Z. I I .faritaUoo., You dealet low FrobaH Jr. *
I ,.4 ...... 60 0. too" 1M j J
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.r.phTHE LEADER-ENTERPRISE' 'The United States governmentwill :tioo and MkMenano, Mr. Iv-ej 'game of diamond ball on the local I formerly Fended 'Ja tWa i.j :.K.

pay death 'benefit to relative said this week. "field which I II not far from the I where tor hsjsbat. now dead y J '

rMfched Triton at 'Jem*- ov ....... of wag eaaners who Another obstacle to the clty'- camp. Homestead won It to ope* to4 ,bipvhlih jIbOp. :

South DadeFab .nave died fits yr and who have gaJntoig a dear tttl to the entire nacre 4, but the Homestead troop had .. ,' ,
.... na. y IIM '
qualifies fer benefit since th* now occupied by the municipal mare talent to draw from a* It WM *' 1

.khlag c. tint of.I.ry. airport cam in the form of e I not limited to 14 member of H* 12 Gueriueys Arrive ,

Editor' Here are three Stories which illustrate letter from Nathan Mayo secretary troop. The loud speaker announcer To Improve Alpine Herd *, J
the the types of benefit: of agriculture declining the cltyi was on duty, and everything ___ s

MAUORIC LEACH ARCHES: (a) Wary Johnson work In a latest otter ot: $100 tor a deed to' was run as In a league game .

___ Associate Edit** shirt factory for tea yean after the the 34 acre now controlled by UM Sponsored by the Key West Rotary Twelve fin Guernsey cows or. f; .\
rived at Alpine Grove DotryMoaw2day
tint of January 1MT She works state Internal improvement board Club, the troop has named Its .
to add their rich creamy mUaj
Entered M seeded class saall part of every year and In that tiny On th suggestion of Councilman I camp here Camp Rotary. TravelIng -
of riodda's
to the output widelyx
matter Man i. lilt. at In* peat< earner $2.000. and more Then ah RiM, further action will be post- expense of the scout, via bus
located half
known dairy, a mite
office at H........ Florida wrfMft reaches the see el M and quitework potted until a personal conference over the Oversea Highway and
north of
art *< Mara S, 1ST. In the factory for the best with major state officials can bt ferry were footed by the Key i

of bar life she should receive a arranged West Rotary Club, and a professional Th cow were purchased? InChester .

*VB. niCK. f LN A ruaere'8 government check every month ta Mayor Tom J. Harris announced cook, H. M. Touchton I* also S. C, by O. B. Parker, ," a

payment; of her *ld.*g* monthly that the Seagrav fire truck, salvaged furnished by the cUrt The owner, two week ago when h*>

benefits. from the wreckage on the boy helped to grubstake then and Bud Hardin mad a trip to that '

Danger (b) Now suppose<< Jan Gray Florida keys after the IMS atom .1..... place to elect cow for the purposeof

Writ u on the workhouse gate: work In a factory two year be- disaster will soon be in the legalpossession Th visiting Key West boy Include further Improving his herd. ..

fUt. fore she reaches M, and In that of the city through Ik Kay Pear Bobby Sawyer, Mr. Parker 1* a much traveled
Writ it on tile 1Choo1bo :
time earn M.OOO. When she I quldation *f the RRA. Title will Robert Smith, Eugene: Sawyer, man these days. On Au,. 10 b* ,t"I
Write the
it In copybook.
often look reaches age M she should receive be Issued by fERA official for the Buddy Millar Jack Sawyer, Emil: attended a meeting In Tampa of ..
Thai the :
young may amountingto of dollar Crux Ernest Avtla, the state milk control board, to
When thenrti drink, there' dan- a lump-sum payment nominal payment one Roberta, Carl ,
r1"Write m per cent ot 2000. which I it plus the value of emergency services Robert McCUntoik, Bill Porter, which he was recently appointed '

f.O, And she will get that $70.whether and water supply service donated Joseph Campbell and Billy Rue next Tuesday he will attend another .

tM churchyard mound she quit work or note by the city for the benefit hi Miami and on Aug. ith .

When lIon rum-elata dead ; ( ) Suppose Linda Marsh work of sufferers In the hurricane area and Mn. Parker will leave en
the arefound
in a store several yean after January Concession: of another modem fin sell.GAMESTOMGHT rout to Washington state, step

Write it on; tile (ittowi high- 1. 18J7 Then she die before buck will also be mad to Key ping In Texas on the way to look

Write it fee *B pMservby: she reaches age 63 and of course, West under similar conditions, after Interest In that state Tb.-

Where Sterol drink, there' dan-i btfor, she receives any of her old. Mayor Harris reported will be gone two montha.I

90" age benefits. What happens* Her Ordinate S34,vacating the public (Continued From Page One)

I nearest relative ot her estate will alley tmversing the block recent Monday night LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE

Writ It ale. receive a lump-sum payment ly purchased by at. John' Episcopal The winner of the second hall
over ,
every first NOTICe 01' 'PLk'ATW roe TAX
I' win meet W. D. Home Co.,
amounting to 1"11 cent of all the
On the church and halls of .state; per Church for expansion purpose Da6DSt.N
she earned from' the first half winner. in a aerie of games .'
In the heart of every band I wage wa given Iti final reading and : II HKKknr clams TKAfi
On trw .law of every land I day of January 1937 up to the adopted. The ordinance specifies for the 1857 league championship 0..... N Felts bolder so _.....* WaoMhOTi
Results of recent game follow DfllluM DWHM Tax Cwttft.
Where there' drink, therc'r danger. lime of her dee-th. gist the grant does not Interfere .. ..
_. Friday night the Men' Shop defeated c.t* N_ ltd tile kII r < '
." with existing city service line and .u..." A. D. int. kM nM. MM Crttlb
Brooker t.', and Burton MM .. s"." .... wo redo.eelleai.a nfor
Temperance Torchlights. that the property can only be earl tae dad .. tree tr..aa Ie .swine ,
Horne -2.
POSTOFF1CECanUMssd lor religious purposes whipped I with ..... MN Coni'.... 0.- the
recommendation of Councilman Monday night the Men's Shop i follow" ..aortal peso ..n .heard toDad.
On the
... Sl.ts-6 ft-40"t
won from Horn, 8-1 and Burton 1 "
Historic Frank Webb parka and sot d see 1a,
HighwaysMany .Dexter beat Brooker, 13-T la the last I T+.w..MP: M U''IeR pmetaa.lat
( from Pg One) sanitation committeeman, N Ave w to
of Florida' preeent tilth- trig, are said to have approved Horn WM relieved temporarilyof I scheduled game M.n,1 tM' C-t 01 Ddw ..... o< Florida.iv .

war .r. descendants of military several possible sites near the his duties a* city Military Inspector Wednesday night the emewt d 11" Proven" _
Shop again downed Brooker him see .... CotNtnw bm< vw )Ie tile are
wads built In early American time geographical and population cone and transferred to the park I il d Inrarky Really Corpa. C 11
berite by the narrow margin *! U._ .ail C.nUirt"own be .......
to aid In protection ot settlers of the but not Councilman Webb
ter city necessarily department
4-i and Horn turned the tablet MrerdiM to ..... tea dad will see..M f
from raiding Seminotes.. portion one business street Mid that Home, originally employed .. e. ..... read iy aC a.Pw.w. A. D. "
and Burton 3-1 la rained
whipped ,
,*f historic King Highway are It was said yesterday that the for W day during IniUIla- IMt !
M that had been placed at OMIM7 d IIIIt I" aC Athena A. III
atifl used la the toad we today mayor and city; council stand ready ciao of a system of pit toilets lathe games .
the end of the schedule, \ ,
know M U. S. No. I, to take any reasonable action with- negro section, but held on the B SX Citric LtATHERll* CIraftUd

ia. their postal- to help acquit* a Job for about eight months, had c5may.tiM.C.mesm. yr r e

suitable site to present to the 10"1 I BO longer sufficient work to justify Mrs. Mary Manley to Be dine I'-t awl n. &

Three Types of Old Age "!MIll It ts expected that the his retention sanitary lnspector Burled This AfternoonFuneral I_ (Am. K. Mi tvt.: S. U. 1TNOTKC > ,

BenefitsThere council will meet in special sesaka but wa needed as assistant Or ArPLICiTION FOB TAJ

before the week I* out to con to J. V. Davis, park Miperin.iendent services for Mn DEED
MaryA. (fe.i. am N.. Vat a ala >
are three type of oldaxebenefit alder the question. Mantey, a resident of Homestead NOTICK Ul HEBEBY C1VEM THAT
!. First the monthly benefit Hialeah and Lake Worth are Contract tor a year1 supply ot from 1.21 until several year Q.: N. w.tdl.le. holder d ate ..d Cww
Tw Cetul.re. Ns. 6104 load the sift
payments: second the lump- among Florida title listed on the standard electric lamp for municipal ago when she went to the Dade day 01 d.ew\ A. III 15es. be 1104 era
which eLglbihty list Tram the eligibility use wa awarded to thesheffeld In tar ofllo ate U* u sum payment ate provided County Home at Kendall will beheld
Iw W deed to k> f..wdMew. 4ITMO
for worker who reach 6$ before lift poet office treasury eoronitte KectrU Co. of this city. this afternoon at 2:30: o'clockin ernUris .. tile hI_... ejnrlk.UM .'.

they qualify for monthly benefit will select those which Turner JTunaral Home. She: :: r=M..lti In Cnntr g( IhUh tIM

payments; and third, the death stand greatest hi need of addi died Wednesday at the Dade County a.. __ .. Floor Net
benefit which fo to the estates of Lionel faculties, wad CongressmanWilcox SCOUTSContinued ; hospital Burial will lain place Rook It raw ... In the Garry 01 r
Dew MM fMM rl..1d.
worker who die before they drew hat been Quoted a* sayingtnat in Palm Cemetery at NarsrJ. TM d :s..d r'. ..... 9

benefits to which they are entitled.No fund to be appropriated at Mn. Mankqr was born B! year MMM ......U....... bald wu in the ere <
From Page One) oil -
monthly old-alt benefit are this session ot Congress will not ( Instructions Insoeuicnft age to London, England. She came = rid __ Mall be ........ o
permit construction of more true pection held. -,.. r .... w poe..y dserl.d "
to United
the State in 11121) withher. .
payable until the fin of January 9 swimming .
20 cent of the building on : com at -a will be avid w tee blades Mddw
1941 During 2 and thereafter per and Junior I itotssvgn I 'band husband and late came to UM rimrt.ko 4w MI the fine ._
the eligible Dt Homestead der ta Mw. W.U| at Ortotwttj.. wkk*
where .
older employees will be tearing and M* Mnnlej
many Homestead Junior life saving at II k/Mekd."dcoolies. INT 1iJIi
Leader In the
i their regular Joba In businessor meat. are satisfied that both move.Cangressmrn dinner at 12. Special rate of admission opened a tin shop and plumbing pall ..... ':1t.*rt.EATHkRHAM M *t AMUK. JIM. S

industry and'applying for to the pool have been madeto business, and where a son, Percy ctsh 01 a.-ait _
Wilcox and office
monthly old-age benefit post the visitor already wait operating a sign shop o..Ia a-..... ...... YaCNaa
inspectors have been convinced c-
Lump-turn payment can be of Homestead' bona fid need of From U4S to U; ) the boy rest and plumbing establishment Her ilea1.0.a'milar".a0.
At ue there husband preceded bar la "- bynearly' c"n: awe L 1e)
I. write letters.
made any time after January additional facilities her. and :,
1937 Those who are entailed to I* more swimming and Junior lifesaving yean.
I In addition t* bar son, Percy,
such payment are met and woman instruction at the pool-an NEW LOCATION
who have earned wage since 1 COUNCILl hour and a bait of It Drill and who moved to Miami several years
scout game come at 3; visiting ago. Mrs. Mantey leaves two other Across From City IlaO

fortor hour and free period around son, Dave In Toronto, !Canada, JEWELER
: : and William, In South Africa
other line of industry or businesscovered ( Front Pace On) camp from 4)) to *: cupper at 9:3C A f

by the law: and who have I pattty ha the right to extend Its Camp fire and story-swapping daughter, Mrs. Mary PountMy, Harold B. LyonORGE R

attained the age of U agree Jas.l service tinder a _t7-.Id. tranebia com at rStt: can to quartet at, BOW live In Dayton Beach but,

liar t, '137. They Bead Mot retire to any point In the Radland I:M and tap at IX

in order to receive lump-cum, District where the added menu Last night the Key West Scout

payments. will justify the expense of fautnll- played the Homestead Scouts to al I

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neglect the summer fertilizing of yd'ir grove.:We i

carry mixtures for avocados, citrus, limes and other I 93.50 ;'

tropical fruits. Groves should be sprayed daring the

ext three months (to insure clean, bright fruit Don't I .... to '

wait. Do it now. ,. !

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Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.Manufacturers r

Redland Brand Fertilizers

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Friday Aucrust 20. 1981 THE LEADE.R-ENTERPB __ _____ _________ ___ Page Five f

I Mb Bonnie Myers wa taken J. BC Ctoalnisn'. Oscar CtwingerJr .
i to the Post Graduate hospital: Jam** Bll jard and Oeo Davis

i Tuesday, for treatment for tonslliUt -i returned Tuesday from Athens, HOME COOKINGServed
., In and Around I and her Hidilton wa rebooted, lean. IlL and Mm. Oscar Cion-
much better last night I him card ass Ronnie. an expected
Hack till fist ot next week.
I Billy Clark returned Tuesday Family Style
Homestead from Wlnston-Salem. N. c.. when, Mr and Mrs. Thomas Dellcan-;
: he had been vacationing with hi*' dro returned Monday from an ex- attheSeminole
mother, Mn W. J. Clark, hit sister -. tended visit la New Haven Conn.
i': I. !I' Mis Ellen Hurt and other
Mr. and Severy anddaughters
relative from Homestead. 1 Hotel]
,} Curt K. Lee went to DuPont, and son-in-law with whom she Milfnd and Warren,
w Ga.,1st Friday to bring hope MnI live, the Rev. and Mn. XvcrtttU Mr. and MrsT: Arthur Oude are' and Catherine Rohrer wen Sun- 9
** and their children who had Peirce of Miami, stop tor her moving to on of Mr. Eva Col-, (Continued on Pall Eight)
a, been visiting relative, and friend on their way horn from New York, llo*' houses on the federal highway -' Dining Room
n. for several weak Mr. LM I niece where tttey have been vUiting this and Avocado drive. I

Miss Alma Lara Lee of Alef era, IU llDer.
Mr. and
I Mn. Ceo. Steven and
Ala, alter a two-week tour of
N New York Joined them In Gor- Mr. and Mr*. K:, L. Smith and' Mn Edna Revel and son Richard'i \ltNDOW AM SASHSCREEN
have lone to New Smyrna to visit
fur and came home with them for their eon Dickie, of WlnstonSalem. DOORS
"r. a ten-day visit in Gould On tile N. c., arrived Tuesday to, relatives I I Ilto4ra. Proprietor 1 '

return trip the party visited relatives spend a week her at the home:1 Virginia-Smith and Mia; Tablet, Cabinet Work ; ,
In Valdosta, Jasper, Lake City Mr Smith brother, Ceo. W Elisabeth Mott both want-the
of Miami,1 Reasonable price wish gvarteeel Eat all you
and Lenburg, and atopped also Wad Smith who ha been visiting spent last Thursday with Mrs. Jack' ( .. werkmanshlasII. '1 1I
to Gainesville and Silver Springs. Mr. and Mr*. K. L. Smith, return! Polk i price stays the same .
ed to his horn with them. I I I I
Mr. and Mn. E. A. Carter and Dick Huff will leave Sunday to C. IL\RRI3 I \ :
their ton, Tom, returned Tuesday Mllus Fox Embry of Quincy arrived Join his wife and baby at Wlnnton- Woodworking Shop 50c 75c $1.00 '
from an automobile trip to Lot last week for a two-week Salem, N. C.. where they end Mr. Itlt Av*. N. *f Itk street I ;
t visit with his aunt Mr*. Eva Col- I :
Angeles. They were away one Huff mother, Mrs. W. J. Clark
lint, and his cousin, Tom Collins.
month. and his alstor Miss Ellen Hut ore
: Mis Thelma McMahan left I spending a summer vacation. R*
Mr. and M-; : Clarence J. Par-
will be two weeks.
Tuesday morning for Asheville N I away .J
man and their three daughter,
C.. where she will visit her father, .JI
MOM Bowden of Jacksonville
Phyllis ArdeU returned I
,Saturday from Chicago Mr* David L. McMahan, for a month II Is visiting In Homestead with I

Parma and the girl spent a vacation James Field, who has been visiting nil cousin Bryant Bowden and
of two and a halt months his parents Mr. and Mrs. L. L.' Mr*., Florence Pacetti and family

visiting relative In TpUdo and Field left Tuesday to return to Mr\ and Mrs.: Ceo. Stevens and
Chicago Mr. Parman joined the naval reserve at Boston. f
Mn Edna Revel of South Miami
th.m.al Chicago a little over a
week after New York PIerre McDani returned Sunday visited relative hen over the
ago visiting ,
Philadelphia. Boston and other night! from Fort Sermon where, week- nd. I Unsurpassed in Quality! i

eastern market In the Interest of he attended the C. M. T. C camp; C Jo(. Kendrick of Perrln 1* .t

the Persian lime and avocado Mrs. Rudolph Aebl. Jr, left 1 present staying at the home ot his \
shipping business of Parman-Lh- parent, Judge and Mr*. 8. L. Ken-
Wednesday for Columbus, Ga, to I
man Packing Co. of this city, Join Mr MIll who hal secured a drick. Another son, Ted Kendrick I 90-Pound Slate Surface t tI
of Miami, spent Sunday with
Wn. Pearl Sharpe* and her position with the road departmentthen.

.daughter, Mist Lou Sharpe, otBunkle 1 them. t ROOFING

: La. arrived Wednesdayto Mn Leo t! Peyser underwentan Mrs. Laura B. Duncan of Miami !
visit Mr*. Sharp brother-in-
operation for appendicitis at and V. M. Avendanamosada 01
law and sister, Mr. and Mn Jack the Post Graduate hospital Tuesday Venezuela wen Sunday afternoon 2 20 :
Polk, for two week morning. guests of Mr. and Mn Jo .
R. Byrum. Mn. By: rums" daughten. -
Chat. T. ru'cl'Jn Sunday In Mr. and v-L: A. GUdden of Ruth and Betty have a* t:.....rs IN .* N. sum wee .... ....... .-
:thi"company of his ton and dough Could announce the birth of a t guest this week, Catherine and ...... P

'ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Cha T. seven-pound ion SaturdayMr Dorothy Duncan of Miami. aUto ,..,. la ni
Fuch*, Jr.at Coral Cables, tor This quality
.Milan, Temu hit former home, and Mn! Ceo N Wakefieldand I Harry Brown- -returned- Sunda; only weather-.,.., but elorfaL

w+ where he will visit with friends their children, Barbara Jean night from a vacation at the CM. t y n adds available real beauty te red t*.r year gneav home. .

for'several week while the other and Norton, returned Saturday T. C camp at Fort Screven, Ce. deep, Ivalreii tens
members of the party go on toHendertonville from a vacation trip to Boyklns,I and a visit In other point in Georgia -
N. c., for a short Va, where they visited Mrs. Wake-I and In Louisville. =
vacation field, mother, Mrs A. J Draper 83-LB. SLATE SURFACE ROOFING
"" and to Dayton Beach where MrWaketleld .,I Eileen and idi'ihKHley will return _
Mr and Mrs: Robert Simpson attended an agricultural' to Miami today after visiting' Cover 1M at. a per rU awl allow for l-lnck 2ao

who have spent the Bummer at teaellera' conference her for two week, with their verb*. Ala available ha red er green
Black Mountain, N. C.. left on their mule and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Jo*.
return trip Tuesday; They plannedto Mrs W. B. Myrick torn the Dade M. C.,. 15 AND.3.LD.( ASPHALT FELT
-top in White Springs, Fla, fore County hospital receiving treatment -:

week or twvMr for a fractured hip. The Mr. and Mrs. William Rot ot IJ-lb run e-wiUln der.lb.', roll oonUln {"
"'" injury was caused by a. fall at her Miami visited Mrs. Rosa mother 2.05
and M;;. Donald; Sullivan home Saturday.Mrs. I Mn Molll Thomas.Sunday square feet. Black Mly. *._ fet Black .,.
are announcing the birth of a six
and three-fourth pound daughter Oeo. Reuhl; : and her r*>o
Margaret Jeannette at the Poet children Nadine and Johnny, left FLORIDA CITY
Graduate hospital yesterday Mrs Wednesday for Lake Alfred to visit I Mr. c. W. fevery, cm-easandeal POULTRY NETTING
Sullivan 1* the former Mill Jeannette friend for a/ week.

;I. Sever W T Wlllit wa Injured Sunday Galvanized Before Weaving -
Robert Cast underwent: : I"MI1I)
afternoon at the Lee
4. Calm will leave Sunday fora and nasal operation Tuesday hi sawmill ss
when a belt broke and hit him
two-week business trip to We Miami. -
wlhltchkaMr on the head. Mr Willis was taken 150-FL RollsIn.lfesh
n Miss Kathryn Cast U visiting I to the Post Graduate hospital
*. Fred Rd': I Ia recoveringfrom o I Mr. and Mrs. Wm M.Bradley,Jr., where It was found that he wa* 5""Erd lee Peeltrr Twig
an attack ef flu which con.fined .,''at their horn In Crescent City,suffering from a slight fracture of M-ln.
her to bed last week | Mr. and Mrs Bradley visited Mn the skull. He wa unconscious Ron 1.75 Zen. 3.75
Bradley parent, Mr and Mrs. until Wednesday and had not fully .
, Arriving fat Homestead Tuesday I Wayne Calkins, In Miami Friday, recovered consciousness late = "-Ia. 3 ,45 IS.In. 4.25
for a visit of Indefinite length was land[ spent the week-end in Red- last night. Roll Roll __
Miss Mary Emma, Brown of Clop land at Mba Cast hom
' tonV-Al*., who accompanied her Th* choir; Tih* Florida City
brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mr. and !om. C a Wright Mr,I Community Church will give a 150-Ft Rolls Mn. Mesh

Mn W Y. Bush and another ,III -I ana Mn Van M\ Helm and Mill benefit tea Friday afternoon at li.4 (M *Mn% TiMle :-. aW1U
i.: ter.-Mto Lily Brown on their return Roberta Morris of Miami and,I j 3 clock Jt the home of Mn Lloyd Clkaee: Trde
(i from a visit ot two week InI" Mill Jessie Diets of Jacksonville, Delta.

: Clopton and Columbus: QtE&H i wen Sunday guests of Mr. and I hi.Ren 3 15 Sf*. 4 98

.v Mr*. Adrian Jacob .
Hlner formerly;; of Homestead -
but now of Orlando, arrivedher I Mir Sheila Hubbard of Macon f FILL THE Roll: In. 3.591.: .. 6.39
*:Monday Bight for a- short arrived Monday night to-visit J rMSKUJ'ULPEP
Vtolt1- land Mrs; J. Tom Vans and fam-
: J :. Vlt,, and Mr*. J. R Rutland and I [GG MASH
.. th lr children. Ruth and MaryFrances I Mr*. Eva Collins; has moved back FIRST QUALITY

left Sunday for Ocala for I to &It apartment in hr former BARB WIRE
a two-week visit.with, friends residence on Avocado drive and
1 "-04 Roll
th* federal highway which has 11
'4 Mra. M. M. ;ine ha been
w Awry
thePrinceton t
recently been occupied by I point 4pe4ntluck geldI
a visiting her with her ion and
hospital. lock ( I tact
"I!I Jasonn Avery.for RpastMrs. feed the fasawa* rUL-O-fEP oatmeal -
Mrs Ovid Sullivan wa taken bat nnstiea a **i j months left last week for Nashville -, 255 3.70 355
from, the Pint Graduate hospital rVL-O-FEr 1'1... Otaaallatb*
'i< : to Visit era ot her Wednesday to the home of her highest dUceaUbl term .* grata = fist quality barb who Ideal for
" Mr*. r.. A. Tatuchn. daughter mother, Mrs. Tom Broker a4 as mere Mt.H III' trap **na .r 3 keeping eaGle ba pasture pre3 -
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remain there until the wheat (.*Weta, making H Ut far teetlng your property tram tkknre
worse climates. Ask for the FREE
, I 1 FOR COOKING ;Ii 1 1I FVL-o.FI. Tenn" seek.VIA9O Reefing Mel Fencing Deft. Open Dally at Iii A. ItSEARS


I Stop at New Location Distributed ,

Harold B. Lyon, Jeweler Tram ft, ..... U 11'. a,1, HECTOR SUPPLY CO. ,lUsearM tail UUa U llta Sta, Mi.nlv.
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I. : r '" "', Social Events in South Dade


I SAVANNAH GIXLAnnouncement The CalendarAug. .served .

I THE FORMER MISS BOBBIE SUMMERLINMrs. I was made this 1---__.I Those present were: Mrs. c:D.

week of the marriage of James I 1I 20 Benefit Ice cream and taker, Mrs. J. E. Davis Mr*. VN;

Leon Burnett of West t'sen.' Mrs. Rudolph Aebl Mrs Mitchell Clbbs of Homestead andMlsa I pie sapper at Silver Palm Methodist van Booth Mrs. Dexter Smith,
:Beach who before her marriage, Claude Campbell, Mn. Stanley Ruby Lee Cody of Savannahon I Church. Mrs. Mollie WJngate, Mrs Ji. p.
July IT was Miss Bobble Summa Wtttkop Mrs. J. S. Horton Mrt August S, at Ridgeland S. C. Aug. 23 Meeting of Homestead Ballard, Mrs. H. M. Glbbs, Mri
tin of Homestead, was honored at, Russell Horne, Mrs. Harold Ox- I, Mr. Glbbs met Miss Cody last: Business and Professional J. J. Richards, Mrs. J. D. Redd,
a bridal shower liven Monday, ford Mrs. J. J. Robinson Miss summer when he was attending the Women's Club at 8 p. ra. In Legion Mrs. J. A. McNeil, Mrs. Showalter.
afternoon at the home of Mr. andMM. I I' Alice Hobson Miss Pearl WhIt. CM.TC. camp at Fort Screven hull Mrs. Ranson end Miss Helen Liv

Gordon fey In Porvenlr b y rjaker| Miss Mary Bradley, Ansel She Is a daughter of Mrs. ArthurCody. I Aug. 23 Meeting of the G. A.'. ingston. ;

Mrs 'IY,,, Mia Helen West Ind I, Barrow and R. E. Shcrard.'MRS. at home of Mable Ruth Pope. '.
Miss Virginia Frlck. Mrs. BurInett Mr. Glbbs is the youngest son Aug. 24 Meeting/ of Young ..'. L AND T. CLUB
spent the week-end here with':' JESSE TDIMONS of Mi. and Mrs. H. M. Glbbs who Matrons' Circle of W. M. S. at GVES BINGO PARTY
her mother Mrs. Vera Summerllrt,>.' HONORED AT SHOWER came here from Adel, Ca.. nine home of Mist Jennie tabdell
1 Mrs. Florence Paceiti first
who accompanied her to West PalmJell'h yean ago. He was a member of Aug. 28 Co-ed Class beach won
I Mrs. Jesse prize at I F. L. and T. Club bingo
Monday night. r Tlmmons, the former this year's graduating class of party.
Among the entertainment features I Miss Willie Mae Dickinson was Homestead High School and an active Aug. 27 Special meeting of party given Tuesday evening at
of the party was I guessing| honored Tuesday afternoon at a member of the basketball Dorcas class at home of Mrs H. the home of Mrs. Harry D. Wolf
contest In which Mrs. A. D. Smith I shower given by Mrs. W. D. Coker, team. Collier. Orcar Clevenger of Florida City
i won the prize. Mrs. J. W. Gilmer and Mrs. S. K Aug. 27 Areme Club meeting.Sept. won the second prize; Mrs. Blanche
The Fitch at the home of Mrs. Coker. Chapman, the low score prize; andMrs.
gifts for Mrs. Burnett were 11 Legion Auxiliarymeeting
Calvin Fox, the consolation/
Carol Laverne Eby played ,
brought Into the room In an upside LEGION AUXILIARY at home of Mrs. Frank B.
down umbrella by Miss :Betty "Chapel In the Moonlight" "Nola" Rue. prize. ,
Welt of Albany Oa. who wore a and other selections on her piano- Mrs. Harold Sheffield, president Refreshment were served by-.
nmcoat accordion Prizes In contests were of the American Legion Auxiliary Mrs. Wolfe.
A salad course with Iced tea 'won by Mrs. C. O. Robertson and rot John G. Salley Post, tntertaliied DOTS ENJOY FISHING Others present were: Mrs. E. 3.
served by the hOlte,,". was Mrs. Charles Martin. the auxiliary at her home Wednesday AND CAMP FIRE supnR'Joe Capllnger Mrs. Lloyd Field Mrs.
Those present were: Mrs. Vera I'| Present were: Mrs. M. L. Proc.I at a covered-dlih lunch Burton, Jr., took the boysof I Ralph Moon, Mrs. R. W. Mullina,

Summertln, Mrs. Wm. Mussel ton, Mrs. C. a:. Eby, Mrs. Russell eon. Mrs. Wm. J. Geronimo,, the junior department of the Mrs. Flora Compton and Fred

white Mrs. Dexter Horne, Mrs. Walker, Mrs. W. E. Vaughn, Mn.L. .i Mn. Lamar Kendrick and Mrs. Homestead Methodist Sunday Chapman.
i W. Knight Mrs. Mary Petch. Frank Rue were appointed to serveas School to the end of the Mowry
Ceo. M. Trick Mrs. O. A. West,
Mrs. I nominating committee. Election street canal for fishing and .1 w-;;'
1 Mrs. H. Collier, Mrs. Smith Miss I, Emma Wright. Mrs. J. R. S camp REBEKAH
Geraldine Reltx, Miss Jeannle Mc-' Pope Mrs Julia Polk. Mrs. J. Tom of officers will take place at fire supper last Thursday after INITIATES TWO
David of Plant Miss Martha Vann, M.-S. Johnnie Walker Mrs.James the auxiliary's next meeting whichwill noon. i
Close, Miss Lucille West Mrs. Roberts, Jr, 14.... J. B. be held at the home of Mrs. The boys Included! John eMrs.. H. W.. Ashby and: Miss
Ivty. Mill Helen West and Miss Pitts Mrs. Florence Pacettl. Mrs. Rue on Sept. IS. man, Fred Hobart. Johnny Little, Elizabeth Sever were Initiated Into
Frick. Coker M.... Fitch and Mrs. Gllmer. The members voted to buy two Charles Martin. Marlowe Jacob- Liberty Rebekah Lodge Monday

Gifts were received from: Mrs.I Guts were sent *yi Mrs. Eliza- dozen additional chairs for Legion ten, Hubert Smith Harry Martin, eight
and Yates and Lewis Eaker. Hostesses for the evening were
Claude Campbell, Mrs. Pauline beth Fuchs, Mrs. Annie Butler, hall.Those I
Hearnder. Miss Frances Doney Mrs. a C. Reid, M.... Alee Lanier present at the luncheonwere Mrs. Ralph Moon, Mrs. Blanche I Icettl
and Miss tots Walker. Mrs. W. E. Rheney, Mrs. Catherine : Mn. H. H. Ewing, Mrs. Ken- CIRCLE THREE ENTERTAINS Chapman and Mrs Florence Pa.

r Pickard Mrs Gladys Cooper Mn.Holllster drick, Mn Geronimo, Mn. Rue OTHER W. M. 8. GROUPS I
Sage, M.... Leo L. Poy- Charlotte Geronimo, Dorothy _
i MISS EUNICE WALKUP IS&RIDE I Kuhn and the hostess. Circle Three of the W. M. S. of
ser.Mrs.A.D.Smith. ,
A E. the Homestead Methodist Church The all day meeting and pot I
was hostess at the joint meetingTuesday luck luncheon of the Homesteadand
Miss Eunice Walkup and Wll- Plche. Mn. W. R Anderson, :H.' E. SENIOR LEAGUE PLANS
afternoon in the Meth- Redland Home Demonstrationclubs
J ham Freeman, both of Florida Mn. Howard Lamb, Mrs. W. R. ,TO BEAUTIFY CHURCH LAWNMemben I
odist educational
building. The which was to have been held
I City were married In Fort Lauderdale Cheshire Mrs. Jack of the Senior
Polk Mrs. M. Epworth
for the program was "Ra yesterday In the Woman's Club
I Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. P. Walker Mrs. E. B. Beck. Mrs. ,League of the Homestead Methodist diant Faith". Mrs. Ceo Ranson building was postponed because
Harold Rohrer brother-in-law and Chesley Saunders Mrs. W. D. Church made plans to beautify

J conducted a Bible study on the the county council held a plcnlo
j sister of the bride witnessed *the Home, Mn. C. N. Walker, Mrs. the church lawn In the near future life of Paul for the members of the home demonstration
ceremony JT. M. Forte, Mrs. R. E. Edwards,, at a meeting held In the parsonage Mrs. O. L. Showalter was In clubs of the county at
The bridecsme, to Florida City Mrs. John Martin Mrs. Wyn Tey- Monday night A missionary charge during: the social hour. Miami Beach.
with her mother, Mrs. Mable ner and Mrs. Walter House. program was planned for the
Walkup several years ago from I Sunday school service next

their home In Indians. day. Mist Helen ,Field, the
The bridegroom Is a son of *. GLEANERS dept,presided.The sun-I I l l.r.f.tII'I-jM. :w r
and Mrs. J. W. Freeman of Mr'1 others present were: '
burg W. Va., and a brother of Mn. A. D. Smith was hostessto Mary :Belle Gibes, Miss Martha I
Boyd Cohernour and Mrs. Burley the Gleaners Class of the Homestead Close. Misses Antlonette and Helen" FULL POUND TIN
Dendy of Florida City. Baptist Church Tuesday af- Moye, Miss Mary McNtlll, Miss I I
They will make their horn In ternoon at her home.Mn. Ruth Tower Misses Edna Nell and j p !
Miami where Mr. Freeman Is em Gordon Ivey, the president, Betty Richards, the Rev. J. J.
ployed. took charge of the business session, Richards and John Witcher.
and Mn. S L. West, the teacher, Epsom C :

conducted a discussion on several .S
JUNIOR WOMAN'S1.118 The board ol the Woman's Club !Ij
( chapters of the book, "What Bap Salt
HAS DINNER PARTY tists Believe. of the Redlands held a meeting t
the clubhouse Tuesday to discuss,
Mrs Burley Dandy and Mrs. Ice cream and cake were served needed repairs for the building.' tardiest Epson Salt b a hick pdt eptest
were hostesses to by the hostess.
salt which contains M fonlga nailer. Taatas late t
members of the Junior Woman'sClub Present besides those mentionedwere Those present were: Mrs. A. H.Waldln .
president; Mrs. Seymour bitter thai wdiaareptoM salt. Try Pareses
at a dinner party Monday : Mrs. Askew Smith, Mn.Claude .
night at the Homestead CountryClub. Campbell, Mrs. W. B. Mrs.Dane,W.Mrs.D. H.Mahan.J. Armstrong and A "WALL ,e'OVCt Epson Salt sad set the difference I IiORD'ERLIES

Caves, Jr., Mrs. Dexter Home
After the meeting, the membersand Mn Russell Horne, Mrs. Alec La Dental Plate CleaierOmm FaR Piia SiM JCJsmAntiseptic

their husbands or escorts enJoyed nler JoI.... Henry Olsen, Mrs. Walter DENTUREX I
an evening of dancing. Prizes House, Mrs. Wynn Telner and t
for the best dancers were awardedto Mrs. Wilbur Reed. MOUTH Cto
Miss Grace Hobson and AnselBurrow '(4es.soC WAHtnnim 4 t

for a fox-trot and Mr. and B. P. W. C. TO HAVE UM bMik.L O..w
Mrs. Richard Klnard for a waltz. SURPRISE PROGRAMA 4ml HIM b I* er ,
I Mrs. T. J. Walker won the door \n'lt.: .MM VMMM Ww I"s. ......c.n p'ar'
A pritt. surprise program will be presented .*g-llfi Symbol
at the Homestead B. P. W. (the genuine !
.' Present were: Mr. and Mrs.J. I Rubber Gloves!
meeting In Legion hall I
D. Perkins. Mr. and Mrs. L. R Monday EUGENE Permanent LAXATIVE.oorsC
evening by Mrs Clns
Donze), Mr. and Mrs. Bruce En. Stewart, legislation "m

nls, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glenn, chairman. SeIt, .taU.. w..uskie.; pate 4'C /
Jr.. Mr. and Mrs Hunter Hardin, see. lasting curls-aWs sWkW A bull* b. .1 ... IMS?
Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Wynn, 01 a permanent roe want! Ie-II.- thwweb Owwl.r ? Iw* aw ni

Mr. and Mrs. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. No Charge for ,p4 does the Una .. e glee.
Dendy Mr. and Mr*. Walker, Jar we de gmralM .IufM.Vsrtat
Mrs. J. B. Cohernour, a visitor. a BOTTLED GAShsIaHation I ..J* (ml. EntaeMr
h Mrs a:. A. Buchanan Mn. Sales Let a. -4Mfr tftwr ICE CREAM MADE .

Frederick Kufeldt, Mrs. WU- far the ...-. wfah sal You'll en joy' per tasty
bur Reed Mrs. Ce* M. Eonnkb Wit xxluljiiont io4 liitui FRESH DAILY I

)., f"r sandwiches- -
TROPIOAL.MONKEY When yea bay a Quality Gas IN OUR STORE .,

JUNGLE Steve fr m Bush's Barber Shop

fQHVf .D. C. MURPHY & Beauty Parlor

Room I-f HcCrory Made Mist Linie Brewa Operator
r wig r -
iRoper I II '. .
MTHCU.S.ADMISSION Gas Ranges il1 i
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J. T.
NEW LOTION Homestead, 'Florid"' .' .,

K (with this ad lie> crcmaoB TO .. c. Mim .rFretf NATUROLGAS
Otildrca __ Hea at, Dirt "'.... Shavings. I.'YIrwII I. .
) Mta ) Nun tS : _III'I!*" '1
t. ete. HaoW D. ..,.. n If. Ke..a AraINLIft .1 ; 111-.1 :
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Friday, August 20,1937 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Page Seven

. I M 1.1. M tha County *! '
rELNOTICES: II I DMM. Mat.I .i af norkta. I'
I, The .MMji.t, of om ar-prrtr under
... noCoed at the ......', Ja.dktal the MM. Certificate hound WM la the now GROVE
?i n...... ......... la and ForItad. i "'b.Y.-.u: CLASSIFIED ADS f
('...". Ind(: .......,. No. -',...n.L eoto11 ,....'. Mail. .. r.d.rmrrt I
1 8BAVKR-HA8KEI.L IHCORPORATfD, a.sard/ag law. the |iroK ry -- THEATRE
L florid .. r. I go..la will W ...... to too khtwM.t kW.r tint
F.lnirrJ HATE: Insertion 104 Urge subsequent insertion
JAiW i.i ; NBU.1B I" ". Caart-kouM" door oa tlw first ....' COCONUT OOVE 1
....... IMT I Ii ea line
Ef0A.TIILIONI DAIITI TO :i : lrhla.'I: : Stews T and E p. m., Adnv SSMaline I II

I D.tod thin 4th dar '"f A....... IMTK. Saturday and S..Ujt -
Its W.Ntm ..
Prwldrna.. Rhode' Lined' Clark of Chalet Onrt. e t* 6p. n.Km I FOR RENT 1 4-ROOM HOUR and lot, out of

and 1 CAITICI.ION1. kb wife, Does .,..,.tp. riorlda. I IBr 1 town $500.00 cash. R A. Cam-
111'a_ I Circuit Opera Baal MMU Avg. Ill MTae&
4r'ea in FOR RENT 10
acres scarified
Island H. IA 1In. D. O.AM. I(I won pall tf)
rr II 'ORDERED ..... roa- .... Seek af <(< *. II. ... It) 1iay land (10 per acre CASH. Also

vt.. .,., II....., t" 411I date .. 30 srcres, scarified. $10 per i!20 ACRES, of which 8 acre are
.tekorTA'.. I.", to MM Mil .. came NOTICE Or APPt.MAIrUN rOB TAX |
the :t I glade balance pin land About
owns BetloB d* a.w forMMMHr Bf ai>rt I DEKU i ere, CASH. H. A. Cameron. ,
ian .Mrotofor filed ...1_ p.. I. th. RoMto Hill No. IM A-Ilt ( 6J7)lIFOR I I 273 neglected Irees frapefrult,
ItJod sire ...... ... mtltbd .._. .... la NOTICE II HEREBY GIVEN THAT I
_lilt Uwnaf dam* BIB BnfMM will,l I$. P. II........ kokbr. .. Bate 14 Co.. i oranges and tangerines-can be
I* ..bard against ,..... IT Tn OMIflMto No. Ml* aided Ik. lt i KENT I acres of deep I: reclaimed. $1,150. Can make
THE LKAUKR-ENTEBPRISK: h Bmratlvaated 140.1 Alwart A. D. ..... .... filed MMta an I i scarified pint land 179. L. L.
ere M the Newspaper to whisk tab I nr 01'.... and kM raada ap,........ ',I i some terms.
... dead k UI.I.M told r1aMV4o William, Horne Bldg., HomeMead. These 73 H A.
lye, ardor .U to Published for four MMMB- for a tai M Issued I CAMERON)
I I CHFtKIMU ......- tk* followln -... : Phone SB. (paU
DONE/1 ND ORDERED al UM Court. : H property to the CMatr of Dada Slow atflorMa I I I I
: Mfcail. Florid., on tkb the lltk I k>wtti I I FOR SALE Rough lemon plants,
"4 dar .. Au ..... A. D. 1937.L Lot 11. Bleak I. Amndr4 plot. *fBlh. list '; 10 ACRES scarified land. |1S an fine condition alto and quality
I. LEATHERMAN ,. one Lola I to I, It to II. Blk. I acre. J. L. I
C....... Clft.., Cane. I' S. PI..k_ Plot Herb II. pow It 'I : I now $10.00 per 1000. Seed from
Dade c..tp. Pier. .4.. I /. th* County at Pad*, SUM af P'I I MAaic"at Hi" Isolated localities. Pure blood
M. SWIFT. Doutr Cbrk.fCrmih I I
rat CoG'::fV.llB The risen ant t said p1M -",) runs. ,I 1w t HOUSE |i stock. Dan M. Roberts.
80 r. P. BRK2HAMollrltor Mw smut. based win Is 1M same I
I and !
: rooms modem bathroom.
for Mmpl.li..t.MT I 1 I of I EllMkrtk Awna. I
atho Iiurrmh Unless' MM MrUfleakl Mail k rKMiw4aMordlat Running I icreened
m Building, 14 M water
Wei. Avg. ,
tI.tl. MUunl FlorM to taw, the Broaort dntrllMdtkrrrla 'I FOR SALE Clean second-hand
, (A... II, M. IT Brpt I sad I*. 1M7)) I will W add to the kichoM" kkldOT lack Had Mi I* porches. Newly pointed I porcelain toilet, $2: ,BO. Worth $S.I .
at taw Cerrt4now door aa Ih* 111"1III"" HAD TO EAT and out. Garage, fruit
dar to the month of Hrutoaiarr 1.31. ll111d'l I Nearly: new cold water Jug, large
/nonce. or APPLICATION FOR TAX I "' .. b the Still dar "f Iot>-..... IIMD.ud Couple only. W. W. : opening' for Ice, 80C!. Big potato
lid I
DKKKfMUto this 4tk dar of Aiwu.1. IMT.B. Thw, Frl. Auc. t(. S7Vlrrlnla of Redd'f Dry Cleaners, I
1)4 ( Bill ... Ill A-MN B. LCATHERMAN. Brwi !. tead. digger 7Sc. At Sago Grove East:
II HEREBY: GIVEN THAT Clark of ClR.it Cart :1
NOTICE I" I Kings highway.R. .
RunL/ Roberts. koM r '"f Stage and Dad. Cmalr iVrlda.A "When Love Is Younj"S 1FURNISHED
'QIuIItp TM C 'tlflMtM N.. WM and .14. ...." Geri anti APARTMENT. Sum
1)1i. Mad the ttk day of A......, A. D. lot$. i ft R. JAM1R R C.I U mer rates. C. R. Blgfers 104 I I. RED FRYERS-Live or area
hu fllrd sages /to m* ':Q one kM MM.ppllMlkn. I ( ... t, II, M, Ifll| Awr. ed. Free delivery city. Phone
for a to: to W Mud BUCK JONES la N. E. 2nd ave. (Jjr 23 U\)
871.I th_ .... Ortlftato. M-kr"* the I::1 NOTICE 01' APPLICAION R S : "Smoke Tree Ranire"! I I B3VM. McEwen Poultry Plant
to th DEED
'ollow doK-rlbrf Property o.U"1 i FOR RENT Modern 4-room
Wo/) l SUM W bawl 2Mt1 I FOR SALE Tropical plants, citrus -
ilot. Florida coMMdo, NOTICE ts RESENT GIVEN THAT furnished apt, clean, cool Mr
T to it, Black ,
e4II T"p iilBook Is.Dad. Page M. In ... Cou.', '" I O. Brook bolder of City of Ml.oil Tag I FOB TAX I Eys Collins Federal trees and tropical fruit in
.. BUM of Florid. M MthrMMl I. ",....'" Nw ..... IM4. dated the I NOTICE 0' APPLICATION hl'hwI71 season. Jungle Grove Redlan4
Grrtirioat No. TMI. The --* I day of JUDO, A. D. IMS. hM filed DEED I and Biscayne drive. (jn taU)
of MM Mo*"tr sad, she MM Crt; ,CorUflMto to Mr affba. and kM made e-I (Stout Bill M*. IDa road and Plummer drive.
flea baud was,o tk*. acme.. .( : lla. pi...'.... for taw dead to row II..... 1 NOTICE!: IS HtRBBY OVEN ....,' FOR RENT Modern 4-room I'I'I'
aoiardiaM with low. saw H. S. Wolf* MOM of atop .M1 Cavity I' BARRED ROCK breeding stock
"LOU'I to I, Bl'oc'k I, PUM .mkraer. the following' aVowlbol property I T.. Oonlfl..", No. MM WnMl ... t Plat Book ... MM 10. la .. .Hinted to DM. Coantr PlorMa. to-wHi I..( July A D. 1..0. by filed saws In MVofflm 12th St Jnll (ft pen Bluhope.
.at. Do.... State of riorMa. M Lot 14. Blk. t. South Shenandoah, and kM -J. .pvllnttw, ,of a to.I| 1 pen of Parks, also White Leghorn
?* '' No. 1M4. c.a..Jo.j Plat Book II. .*.. 44. to the city of I dud to k> k.... Dm**. Sew CwUfi..u
to :<'welt = nrt> Eager Jalousie Counts of Dada state of ,low M.WMM UK fallowing wMertkMl _rtI HOUSE IN FLORIDA CITY un-I I pullets

CMtlfkat jangled WM I. use the Oxmtr 01 Dodo SUM .f Klortto. I rent by year. Furnished or POULTRY EQUIPMENT. Battery
Th. .west t said ,
t'tinknewa. property under punk
lyM UoUMMM -.,....!* .... the New OartUkaq Mu.4 was in the sun IA U. Blank. I -'I'. Plot No, I II. I furnished. Inquire t brooder. to accommodate 1000
,timiiil'nf to .law tk. 11 / of Uahnowa.VnlM. Iu\ool., Plot W 50. page t4. I. i iI terpriM. chickens Also t movable poultry
U.rr.ta, will .. Mli u the .11"I MM Cortlfkato ak.ll W rodoM. the OM..I t Dodo. state .< rlortdTk. houses In excellent
It hb that CourVkouM door en *4 aoMTdla to taw, tai .." will MM I a..etseant *f MM vm>*rr VM..I WANTED I condition
ir to the swath of "' thmoa M the Ttk dar of B.at......., A. D. the MM. MHKlMW bound w*.ia.1 : Listings of houses Fla. type, with metal roofs Will
\ which b the ads dot of ..,.....,. 1017. t IMT. at : UnkMw. I I and apartments for rent Henry
accommodate 100 hen
Doted this 4th day of Aiw..', I'll.11B. Dated this Ith day of "....,.... 1111B. U._ MM _"'...a M.ll M Mo..... eacn.Mrt .
LKA1'HERMAN, I :. B. LKATHERMAK.: I Ml MMHIm to l. the : rlhWIhmM. I Behrens & Ben}. W. Morris, N.I Alice Simons, R, F. Q. Box
Clerk rf Clnuilt. c...). Clark of Circuit lx:>urt.NOTICB will k. Mia to DM *. klddnit Krome ave. north of 10-cent | BOS. Silver
Dads CO.HIT. ,....,.... Dodo C..,,, f........ Cnurt. KHiM saw o> the first Mimdwhi corner Palm drive
brogan, Coart Bath CIrsIl, Cure sal.1a. :: wutk of Sn>tonikw, !. vktek b I I store; phone 84. (aU-U) : end Richard rond. (JyW/

,Jtd .. .. Br H. JAMK. D. cAiw H. ,JAMES!: I' ... il* tar '"f *n....nl.>... IMT.
; : Or APPLICATION rOM tAE Clark Hi CI..." Curt,
41 iOriCi'OP APPIICATION FOR TAX liltED I Dade Count/ Florida. 'i
Good Interlock
FOR SALE metal
,., D99" ($ea.s Rill No. fell I I'ClmiM CniH seal /
tbd I8.... till; No. UI) A. (AI NOTICE!: IS HEREBY GIVEN .y K.' C. RTERRETT. D. C. shingles $6 a aqu..... GoodL TUNING and rtoalrln

"NOTICE Sf Hr"RKBY GIVEN THAT I. P. 11.1_.. holder of Btato and 0... July M Ail.. I. U. 10)). I it H electric range $10. G. R.Oldendorf Good lined piano for 3Ue.$ d>e4olloo
of BUM end County ,... I
t0la law A. *op r. holder Tn c..tt No. flU Mmd the tha'l
.rtl/lc.1. .II" Soil Swung the M day 01 A"" .... A. D. .11. but 11" s Plumbing Shop.i2024). / W. E. Kocn. US N. W. Sid Sk
.y At A....... 1. IBM. hu filed Mm.la to my alll. ud by wedo appik.tten NOTICI OF APPLICATION FOR TAI
It lay,;jc'-and kM wade .opIlcMJu. for 1 I I. tai dad Iio k* bore tkorooa: S.I4 Co. DEED ( .-
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a tax dM4 to .. Wed thnvorl. said llflotto nnhnuM, the followln dronrlkod James. pill N. 163) I I
Onlfkat MibrMM the following *o rla./ I I .roarrtr to the Cou.tr of Did. State af NOTICI IS HEREBY. GIVEN that'FOR SALE SO doors and BO
imprrtj In the Covey of Dade. SUM Florid., to-wltl I R. K Snot*. ...1... af Nap and County: windows with frame. I i Buy a Home
.. complete
HlflJ( 'i.*th-wirr*' Lot U. Jan P.TowM Add. Bob Tax Cwtirir.t4 Mo. IMt MUM] ... tder "I ,
NK1! NKH' B. tl...> If. Twn.hlatW I Pl.t Peak t, pore 118 ta tin Coir.! af of A....... A. D. IMS, ... MM. wIll Bargain. Hotel Halcyon WreckIng <& ......tit tart tabulates Dado. Suw alt1lorktsCThe mi otflc., ... kM "'... .., ...iM. .
Miami Fla. Phone 23141
fYvAit b.i.r> or 1_. I. "".eo..." of aMOMnt.nl of MM prowrt ands UI dead to M Muse UwrMn. .... m.l'I J i Buy Glade Land
MM***.** rlcool she MMMIMM of Mid Property tinder 1 of; ThMdoru. Borrr.OaloM I j. hi th* Cou.ty o( Da 11 iiiil n" how brad WM In the. (pane uM Mrtlffeat* ...." .. Mdorrard ", towltlIx -ROOM frame nouse, new shingle I
,(, il.rr U Br.lndoa. aorardlnt to the arupnlr dMrrihrd < W. Shirk. 11. Tow 01 Florid.CM price are Imminent.Don't .
Unions MM .Mrtlflrat shall M MdMrmJocordlna I then will b. = to UM highest. bidder Proper "ubdi,.. Plot Bwk .. |j' root, all city Improvements; Hj i I
to law, UM Property _"Hood I.' the Court-ham door Ol the tint. Monday .7n 4 M the ''iwigr of IhM, .ttoof acre ground 38 bearing avocados quibble about price.
",... will .. made I* .!Ie highest 1,1.1brUM In the Month of ....-..... 'IMT which b *. Don't wait
t Court-koM. door on the first M.... the Still dar of ....._...., IMT The iMit of MM Property under I 18 limes, variety of miscellaneous Bay. new
.r In the mouth of ..'......r. 'ItIT !!,I Dated this ink dar July IMT.X. the MM Mntflut Mud n. In Ik. .... fruits, price $1800. I
yh. 10) day .outoaik.r, ftTtta I B. LP.ATHKRMAN. oft VnkMn.UnbM Y.a'II thank me for this
't..t day : Airport. IMT.LUC. i Clark of Circuit ea..... MM *.rtI(.. ita shall bead MWn.I Can sell on terms $700 cash, balance gestlon few monLha heU.
MMrdlrw/ t* Uv the .MMrtir *M.rtkr4ttord a
E. I. LEATHERMAN.Clerh P"" Coantr FloridaBr $30 month. This la out 1"-1
of Clnult. Comet. Croak Caurt...! mill W MM' to this highest kMorrI per
Deis' Cooatp. Florida, I N. O. BTERRBTT. D. C. the eau_ door *. this tint Mondiyhi t of the city. An excellent pur .. A. Cameron

'L-......... e- Clair M. Autv 4. II W. the month 01 ...._..... IM7, which bi, chase. H A. Cameron. ()nit tf)
II. H. "AIIP. O. C. the Nth day of BqrimMT, IMT
(IA t. 1', M, NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR TAX DMMl this filth iff oT jet, IUT.B. I
"Of t 4 n'l 1 1bTPetset DEED I B71.EATHERMAN.Clrrti POTATO LAND 10 acres only. NOTICE or APPLICATION mm TAX
C"Hammq, kill No, 161) of Clnatt Cou'". Pltll/
Soli 3ft.to4ft.1123per
.' AppiK-ATWH' roB TAX i,: NOTICB: Is HEREBY; GIVEN thotl Diego Coo.l ', riorU.Circuit ., depth 'MfI.1
rot DIED I' H. S. Walfa holrin of State aid ea.) I Cast Mal) acre. H. A. Cameron NOTICE. : II SICKEST GIVEN THAT
HEkf'bT Tu ConlflMM No. 1A4A4 Mad aye IMdar Br N. C. STEHIETT. D. 0.Uul v.torla NMesnoolssn. baldrr. be wkoea
NOTICE I* GIVEN THAT of A.w..... A. D. 1"'. kM filed MUM '. S*. Aiw. 6, 12. r/) 10 ACRES pine land 1180 feet frontage 01 Is.thsea Drainage. Dtartot Tax tartflMies ::
/rmrt. N. Counwlataa. holder M MI|,,MIf i iI In air nfflt. and kM mode application for No..bred. looa and 1_. ...... tho
> >BotlMni Dninw. IMMrlrt Tom Cani I IIflmtf a tax dead I* k* beard thmoa saw Cr.Uffeato IIOTICD or APPLICATION P00 TAX on south side Epmor drive Sib day rf Among A. D. IM, tarn filed
I NumhrrW Ml. listed the Nth dar fAMUr raihrmoM the followlna don>rlk>4proportr I .DEED.-dsM, I adjoining Seaboard railway; $50 now Cot'tlllra' lo my .ffl.... seed by .ends
*, A. D. int. kM fM. MM CwtlN., to the NotlM b asolkatlos for tax good to 100. _,. Is"write"
County of Dad, State of Mnr ((MB that Wlllta MM
... ID mr affhw, and kM ..... ivplhat'Idnvfor acre. H, A. Cameron Home
,.Jarl",. towltiLM Williams, holder M stun af City t per with Ia. Said (LrtifW"m .we
... good to Ins them In M 17. Block 4. PoTMalr, Plot No. South Miami Tag Ortlf.Irate Nvaitondlilt |I stead. Phone 72. (jn 4 tf). ...... she Mlwvli.. d.rr/had Property,
f'I HirdMr* with law, saw Con".... rm-1 I a Suhdn. Plat Bout, tl. aa.*, I" la th dated the Mh dar af oVvtomlMr, A. llt .M ,. 11Trwt Coo"". Fkrklo. ....._
raw. UM following dalfrlkrd property, '. County of Dad. SUM of Florida. D. HIT. BM fI... MM Cortlffeate to, ..r ed. Bukda.la I. MM Road r.rtiu. PIN B...k 1,
ltu.wd to Oa.1. Oountr.Et .. punk This aMMawnt of Mid p Property ..1'1 flew and hu BUUM appllrattoa for tai dnd'BM I I Lit M. elect U. ::-.r'c.. af r... It, ntnlalnlix, 1.1 Arms man u> low
I W2i( of NWH of NWH of UM MM MrtUleate intend WM to Ik* to thrown to aoMrdaaM with "'w.1 the Clay at Booth In ... County off Onto. SUM W "rich, Hmknvwl
'. t *E<4 Section. IT. 'TowMhla 14 alt Vakaawa.VabM law Cortlf Irate whew the followlnirtdMtrlbrd Pad*. State af riorlda.t I* Cot'tl'..... No ,.... TK.Cortlflrate .
Sooth, Bangs d* EMt .MaUlnln MAm I IlIMo. MM arrtlflnt ....11 W .- papery estimated to Dad. eo...t!: ,,--., of MM Bropwtr ta Ik Owe e..wout 01 Now Prop" ....d114.. saw
I I the MM Conlfbate buord WM BBBMI
laor of MM l the County of tt aoiordlno to taw, the aropartr dMrrilMdthrraln Issued WM IB the BBBM of USt .

State of Horld. will .. add U the blobs. bidder I'1.. : R.....1o i. of fclk I I II' I" unknown., new Ctrtlfkat atoll. ... ....... IhwL
\.r.J::tfl.1 t saw Pen" under at the C.iirt hum, door oa the flnH. Monday a 4 ,.....'* of Lorio'.. la the City ofloath Union dead will IMMthrroM of )IM W"n of swill Irol
low UI
bawd roam in the Name I M tow month of September, IMT. which b. I' Mbail, Cwatr Bf Dada state I I" MMrdl the to ttta day o< A....t. A. D. .It af anvi % to SWIloa tl. T.wa.
dUwk.ow. M .....
ihlB II
aye ttk ... of September, "17. of 11.131.. South. 4t art: oHiUinln
J Vii.. 5.11 C131tIMte ohall M ....._. Dated tab lath dar of Jnlr.' IMT.C. The .rwm.sl .. amid. P--1P mad. ..1 HD.wd this 11et day t lal,. A. b. toll.R It* Am. BIMW or IM* to the County of
odBMlnc to law, towVbid will issue th r* B. LEATHERMAN.Cbrk the mid G.rt/fic.t MW was is tM meatet I tted, BUM af Florida, M oaikraotd to
:n mTDahnt IM lAo bad dar af ...-.... A. D. af ClmH c..... u.t_. I Clark IL LEATHERMAN d Clnsk c...... CortlflraW No. low.l1A.* a Sa .nut of
Dade Crony, Florida Unions MM CcnlftoBto ....11 to ........ ', rleris.CImek new pre p.y .ad" the MMta C.rUNI.ar 1..rod .-
Olb tltk wr af A.... A. 1).1 ClmM Court BM .d aoBBTBtna- .... tai dead will MMth.n.a C- .slair Dads c..I3O. w .... MM t UnkiMM ..

M'I. '.. 8f N. 0. BTCRRETT D. aMalr .a star Both dar of Averse A. D., H. 0. 5TERRIrIT D. QOuir Unless CMtlflratol droll W Mbmrbad
r' r t I. I.KATJlIRIIA: .... St. AM. I. II, W). 1557. all. "I A. .. II, Sol a.eardlna to l... ... 4..4 mill boomtberw.so
> CIon .. CI..II C. ....
*' I DUMI this Hot dar af Juir. ,. D. "".1| MM M/ ofB.1I. a.N.mM.. A.
L Dade ......W. IMMa .
I KlrraHCaart PEED Clank of Clients Court.Clm VERB, this lath der" t A_ 0.

t Aa ,N.Q.TI.RRET1'QQ ,...... Bill No. Itl) A-llot MLDie County,. Florida.IF <( 19111.
<(< ( M, tl Bases." S, 10, IT I O..M LEATMtHMAN.
Rardn Sts.fI,. holder af Btato a4 N. ft. STRRRCTT. a C. Frank P...., Soldier of State tot County Climb. '"* c,..... C irt,
01' APPLICATION lPCIa TAX county T.. OrttfUx. N*. M44 Mud the July It. Mi AM. *. II. 55)1 T>| CwUfteate M*. HUT award the M DaM c..n.,. ri,>'rW*
exact of Aa A. D. ,.". .BM tiled. C'1t Court Real!
toner: Ird dar Mt IMI BM filed I dar *t AaraM, A. D. ones
...!. BW M -..1... .. ilr. I" N. 0. srranicrT. D. cAM
sell MM. to BIT afflM, and kM Mad .aarba.tlnn NOTICBNotb to ., alt *. "d kM M* aa ttoa /or
IS MEflKBY GIVEN> THAT for a tout doW ta k* jMMd Oa .a.m te.kinhr .l .a .that the kadw.rriod .1 a tax doM to k* house tbs..... BaM Cor.tlffcato ( ). ... $ti sows, t H....171NOTICE ).
iI. 0. CJoc. Slower at _. ... comer To.sCNrNHsoI. laid CarUfbate aaikraoM the followla will M AoiMt '' IWT, apply toUM : _biome ... Mtowln* doweling .f.IMI.
)\.. 1..11 found the 41k day I a-era" In the Coumy t Dodo, memorable JadaM af the CbwuM Cart pe.prts to to* Counts af DMX auk W
I Isf A__ A Do 1922. Ms 11101 I.eery lass .f ,wear pwk.Leto .) Dads CoMlr. FlortM for >a ordor of '_. wid' .. b k.nhp piese .... t ..... a.mkh.
: ,me wade application fair MAM. TaMbail Layer, Plat adoption ar those .. aa Bnaaawdu ,.male W 01 ..." *.rtloa> 14, ,__ who woo MMtoMI M the Criminal
.Q1. owned -.... S.M OrMikrMM Book 2. MM It to the Caaatr af .-. minor shill and to establish 1M say t M _h. Rna M Pays to UM CoaaDMK eo.. t DaM c.-.,. r--. a the
JMflMi. the following described State af narida.tk now ow y .. atata of rVortda.taorrto _.. tarn IMnof. A. I). ItM. |4 the
V" la .... CMtr af Dub SUM af The .. saw Plain-IF sugar .. HURTS 755 t saw psv.ps. modes .tfM>*, *f U..*.. Tell othemagelm to
IorIda, _, I MM amtfbaW Mlle WM to tk* mama REGGIK KVRTS.Hmtr it eau==:. burned IN" IN t1 t1he ....etI IM-. whoa '.._
Lot 14,.. blank t, T..H P.rk. flat. aft P. Okiltaaa.OnbM M. A. .. IS. IS.. Mary 1. BraIsds Naw the Person so a" almolloWibwt
MM ..rarkwt..MO W VMMmadaMordlat I U._ Now. ..rtNIM/e ....n be whew.d ... sastsaead sbMf.r to three
.. M law Ito aroMrlr dMirliidtkonto NOTICE: or APPLICATION FOB TAX b.a.dhw on Inn the pwprto d wrmW lit _II. WW avoir fa. Blowsy to the
will to wW ta the kfckMt bidder DICeIOU will to anhi to the ktokott bidder Board 01 Pamd.mw To'- newest
i at the Oourt.kMM door m .... Urot Agar Math b aankr gleam that Madialor any .at Ik* c..o.Mooo doM MI the firms Moadar M R* BMt popular. 55.41.f.
> Fweral l ta the month of -.... IMI, ........ M wl -see af CRT .. SoXh to th. row III I'll ..........-. IW7 whlrt is SVIA B. SMITH. Ma. IMMTHlT
whisk II soon $h day "f PAMWN' IMt. Miami TaB rUflnto! Numbered tT, ... atb gay 01 '"-""' IMT. /Apslr.tl.MEN. .
.....* AMBULANCE: SEmilky I Dated this 4lk du af Amruil. ItlT.E. dated tk* ask dar at '"...mbar. A. D.|, Dated this Ash dar Bf July, tWI.B. I" M"
1,14 .. M. filed MM to of. .
\ At&e..t Clerk of clank Ooart fine, .d Sodo apsllew/ea fun toe \I i Class .. Clrmtt Coort.
ii' Dade Comer. FlorWa.l dead 5. Mw lb.e... a amwa.w w/tk I CMWte: FVirtdaICIrM
:t $ '.a ; Ckt.e Court ...l. law SaM Crrttfbato MBTMM UM to&Inwae Owes WSDade
H- jAMZa, B. 0.a. dwelled p- et!".kunwd ""JP"*]l Br N. C. TKRRETT: : D. O. .
a .lir w .err (Aa>. t. IS, S ST) Ornery. rwrM*. Works (JsIV M. Aa*. IC IS. St).


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j i! Page Eight THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday August 20. 19:37:

: ..........-.................."..-.........-...- I and her gw -.on. Thomas Han- ". bring equipment for making ollnrft ."i

FLORIDA STOLE IN AND I) AKOUNilHOMESTEAD I teak tt Philadelphia, are \iiitiaj::1 4-H SUMMER CLUBBy I third and fourth year girls hari: .1
Mr. an* Mn A. W. McVicker. Katherine Orfanedes In a list of school clothes on hand

SIIOW SAYS LION I ..... McVicker and her grand-. x....... '...,,..... i I and thane they expect to but;'
chlttrcn will return with them fora demonstration of simple manicuNing
The regular meeting of the I by Virginia Klaner and
and Me. Kathy
.rrwwrrxwMNrxxxxw..xwwx.xww visit in Atlanta, Lovejoy
I. and ReeUwMi *-H Club tine Orfanedee, bring doll
DIST. GOVERNOR Doatsugh. OL becK",,
; (Continued from Page Five) conducted lids week by Mrs finished.
day guests of Mr. and Mrt V. O : 6
Carlson in the Homestead
Rohrer of Miami Mr. and Mn. Hal McLaugblii. Julia Frances Sullivan and Kathw f
The Florida good-win motorcadeto and young son and Mill Corinne clubroom. estate Orfanede gave a demonstration
the Lions International convention Mr. and Mr*: Charles Clloton Cub have gone to visit Mr. MeLaigUln's -I Doll for the dresses were start of butterfly aalad.
at Chicago was of inestimable entertained Mr. and Mrs. Boyd mother in South Ceor. ed. Assignment! aa follows were The hostesses this week were
J advertising value to this state Cohemour on a fishing trip rm l lies I made Be able to report on food Virginia Klnner and Franc Sulks
I Mlllard Conklin of Daytona Beach, the week-end. preparation and baking; first and I van who served punch and cakes,..
district (Florida) governor, sail %fr. end Mri. XX at. Burry; and second year gill bring material for
la a talk to the Redland District Mn. Wary Johnson of South ekeWrtn left Mat week on a vac*. making pillow tops: older girl WANT ADS PAYPRESTON
Miami visited relatives bert over
Lions Club Tuesday night at the the week-end. tfea trip:! to North Carolina. r
den in Silver Palm. I
Florida Lions, with their orange Mr. and Mn. Cheater Hunter George Pedersen Ailed from' I
and blue care decorated with paint- and son. Bunny, of South Miami, New York Ian week: for Denmark w
ings of the sunshine itate'a attractions were Sunday guests at the home 01: where he will visit bit mother. A4 !

and product, stole the Mri. J. K. Scott. -.-.......- A
show at the convention Governor
Conklin aald. J. D. R dd left Wednesday lorAJIt.n
A little Chicago boy asked for S. C., In response to a telegram Jackson, CorrespondentA.
.. ... .
directions to the Lions convention advising him of the critical
was rather boxy on the subjectbut illness of a brother Jaaon T. T. Darling la recovering from
said he could tell where the Redd of that city. flight heart attack which occurred -I
Florida convention was being held Monday.
Mr. Conklln said. TEAM HAS CHICKEN FEED I II ,
Mr. and Mrf. &boil and children
Motion pictures of the convention Members of the Burton diamond i -
of Miami were visitors of L.
and the motorcade were to I ball team were guest last night at i D. Wyman Sunday.The .
have been shown by Mr. Conklin a chicken supper given by the' Osr .I
but the reels had been Inadvertant sponsor, Joe L. Burton at his homeat social meeting of the young CO
ly left behind when he left for N. Krome avenue and Eighth people of the Presbyterian Church II I .4s
Homestead, he said. They will be itreet I was held at the home of H. H.I VIA I
I .,,,,..,.,, .. I SotoCo I
t shown lien eta date In the near I Graham Sunday evening. Thoae
future. PRINCETONBy attending were: Mill Mary Ana
Jennings Rehwlnkle new principal Mn. A. W. McVkkerwxwxwnwwxrw.xw"wxw.uM j Brow, Miss Clara Bayers, Mil
of Homestead and Florida ,. Lola Behrtns, Miss Betty Blake, !
City schools was presented to the Mr. and Mn. C. A. Chambers H. H. and E. J. Graham and Joe ti
club by the Rev.C N. Walker program and Son, Charles, have returned Sam and John Hlckcon.
chairman for the evening.Mr. after a six-week stay In Atlanta j ""; \
Walker also presented Miss and the Carolina Those who enjoyed; I skating I a
Louie Lang Fitipatrick who played party in Miami Tuesday eightwere 93a ts
Several piano selections. Mr. and Mn. Bailey Cain and' E. J. Graham Landoa Hick-
'I The club voted to invite the J. P. Jr., have returned after' ion, Willard Benderahot and Sam
Homestead Rotary dub to the den pending several weeks touring' Hlckaon.

next Tuesday night for the customary Texas, New Mexico and points! Mill Marlon Bailey of Miami ii
quarterly get-together of north of there. i
veiling her father, Walt Balle,. v
the two organiutiona. for a week.R. .
Mile Marybelle Smith has returned
Evangelist Speaks to her home In Tallahasseeafter C. Jackson and brotherinlaw -

On Book of RevelationThe I vlalt of several weeks with Roy Bjorkman, have returned .
Mill Shirley Harkneaf and Mn. from a two-week say in Pigeon -
Ole Peterson on Pine bland drive. Key.
revival services which the 9
Rev. W. E. Illls! la conducting In Mn. Mary L. Walker hag recovered Mr. Harper and family and Mn. II i!
the Homestead Church of the Nazarene ., from her recent illness. Edw. Holland hive returned from i I
an growing more interesting Jeuup Ga, where they went to
Mr. and Mn. L. C Smith at
each night, the Rev. W. 3. are attend the funeral of a brother.
Parker, pastor of the church re- home again after a vacation tripto '
port Havana and then on to North Miss Johnnie Lee and Mile Norma -

"Mr. Ellis quotes chapter from Carolina. Andrews Spent a few day recently -

+ memory," Mr. Parker aald. "He Mn. Ota Co Knight; ; ii on a business with Mn. Ben Bryan in
has made a life study of the Bible trip to Tallahassee Miami. i iMn.

particularly of the book of Revelation Walt and children
J. C. Barrett of Greenville, B. BIRD
sad he speaks on timely subjects Mn.
spent Monday visiting A. O.
-the end age and the comingof MI.... la Milting till daughter Mr Buck la Homestead.Mr. .
Christ A.11.re Invited to J. M. Brown. -
Join the large and interested "' and Mn. W O Smith end
Mn. Estelle Hancock and liar MOTOR CO.Phone
crowds that come to hear the children Dorothy Peggy and
son, George Hancock, of Atlanta, .
evangelist" \ Billy visited Mn. R. C. Jackson
Services are held at 745: each and family Monday evening while
for results use Leader- 18
on a return trip from
evening, Including Saturday even Mississippi
bI,. Enterprise Classified Ads I to Key West
404 S. Krome Ave. Opposite ullion'lIallDR.

Francis Bayliss to Fill

Local Pulpits Sunday

Frances .-.of Miami will NEUENSCHWANDERDR.

preach in the Redland Community
# Church at 11 o'clock oa Sunday, .
i Aug. U and 20, and at the Florid OPTOMETRISTS

City Community Church In the ANNOUNCE THE REMOVAL OF THEIR
evening of the same days. John .
' H. Benson of Princeton filled the OFFICE

i Redland pulpit last Sunday. FROM THE VENETIAN ARCADETO
The pastor, the Rev. C. G. Nelson -
left Aug. 9 for a one-month

vacation in Indiana. 149 X. FLAGLER ST., MIAMI
Better Lum r..Better HousesIN

DR. 1\1. A. BERGER
CHOOSING the Lumber for your construc-

r Dentist tlo>i work, insist upon the very best- which of Surveys l Mpps I

course, means that you'll get it from us. We ,

First National Bank can supply your needs to any dimension or LIVINGSTON

Building amount. Let us figure on your next work. REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER..

Office Hours 8:30 4:30 Brooker Lumber Co.HOMESTEAD. Registered Land Surveyor

OM Evenings by AptwUtawmt TELEPHONE: M FLA.

Da. IL F.


Oji tiMint y lit Annie Mayhew FitzpatrickGraduate

rmrtiee ta BeMlee4
Rooms I and T Oberlin Conservatory and Royal Portable Electric aJ Acetylene Welding as CyttMUr Block.

McCrory ArcadeHours Cylinder fStt Ahmdaaai Ceilings a4 Beaten.keartag .
Conservatory of Leipzig
: AateaoUve MacMae &epaJ.dq-Ca.snag to la seats
.._ garage
Saturday T.W to 10 p. m.
I *..rtBaT tatf alloe4 rMoiaf, eeouaeetbg reel peering 4
sad baring and eyttader ........ J
MM W. Flatter, Miami. Fla.nei .

I.UIS-I.USI Road, Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1422 j EXPERT WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED "

De. L. W. .ta"..... Aaeeclate