The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00138
 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 27, 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: UF00087294:00138
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Bankruptcy Not in City's -I FEWER \WRY FACES, FIRMER

Bond Refunding__Plans PRICES SEEN AS ACID TEST,


By George L Swan overnight They can be led by a

The two infant industries of the I demonstration of facts, but threat.. D.mlaed15 Season Opens Wednesday,

DIRECT WITHBONDHOLDERS Redland District Pans been going'I en'make them that dd of their a Missouri stubbornness mule By Electrical Storm but Few Cars Until

through troublesome and agonizing' Last of Month
look like the acme of reasonable
growing pain that may prove fatal ness Some will always Insist on forty-five dollars was the rt-
to: both unless calm reasoning andj I shipping their products through I tent< of damage to the city light in. HALTS RUINOUS RUSH
common a packer, some will always demand power system cone by the electrU
sense are applied to the FOR EARLY MARKET
I t tactual rill 1 storm early Monday mornbia,
I co-operative association
I causes, and the various j{land according U Skptrlntendent O'r-
will be
some never happy unless -
Miami Story in Error, Say group atop their hysterical ae-, doing their own marketingand don Iiey A transformer .ttt: "Ought to Be Some Darn
Mayor and Council cuMtlont of each other by pulling| packing We may as well ass burnt out Good Fruit Shipped,**
together b control the distribution the Diuna&a to the tdlphQM't..-
reoognixthis at outset and
President E. A. CarterWith
and advertising of ayocadosI!govern our,future flans accordingly turn included yule at K W. First Says
and Persian lime.. Just because avenue and Third street split In
would all like to live in the old acid test restored
HOPE TO ANNOUNCE the Industries are still young la M Utopia but we have only to look two by bolt of lightning and a
PLAN BEFORE LONG reason for the growers to act like I at what I* going on KI'OIII"each .number of telephone temporan.'y and the Juke content requirement
I rival gang of small boy thumbing i ocean to realize how far mankind put cut of crramTUon. raised from 1831 213 cubit centimeters
their MRS at each other and I A I'olot lightning! followed a the
County Approached In Effort Is from extracting the mHo of grapefruit shipping
threatening dead telephone wire to th* back
extermination of any.:greed MId selfishness from. the season will nqt get started well until
to Get Holders in one who doesn't agree with them. : I porch of the Methodist parsonage,
ointment f the Tenth Commandment -
Agreement The result la bewilderment on the Ij : And trying to get all thegrower occuplca by the 1\1 J.J. Rlc.u-rdi the letter part of September but
I part of the average grower, who I together by using either and knocked off part of the ceilingof tile consuming public will prob-
Invoking .f the Wilcox: bank- do** not know which. side to believe .1'l'threats *r "Pollysnnaish sweet the porch, Other damage M ably get early fruit that U fit to
ruptcy law 'has'no place la UM and a confusion'In distribu-j(nothing i* like trying to poke a nadirs and fuse boxes was not of eat, with a resultant beneficial j
plan* now being worked out for I tion that harms in all I',celluloid fish 'Under water. t sertocj. feature, effect on the markets, said I:. A. i
refunding of Homestead's bonded Growers and farmers are the 1 However, there I*'and thing up- -- -- Carter, manager of Redland Citrus
indebtedness Mayor Tom Harris I; most Individualistic etna 'la the i:on which every man, women and Growers, locaX citrus co-operative, l
and Council President Jo Burton I country and no one is going toj i'child in these Industries ea. and TEN FOOT mm yesterday
stated Wednesday following ap- herd them into one organization 1'does agree upon, and that la tile desirability September lie tile date that tint r
pearance in the Miami Tribune of! of a good price for AND SLIDE TO BEBOUCHTFORPOOL shipments of the new 1937-58 crop ;
M article stating that this city' HOMESTEAD I II I lime and avocados The tutor may be made, and some early maturing '
did contemplate such action as a TO governing this Is distribution, fruit bought up by In- y
means uf solving Its debt problem.I which of course include advertising dependent shippers or their agents .
Tim city from the beginning of BE STATION INFROSTSERVICE I! and salesmanship W* can will probably be shipped on that
the negotiations now under wa, !have no control over distribution date; Mr. Carter said It will beth
1a'a dealt directly with bona tide [until the various group set up a A ten-foot dh JJI tower and a middle of next month, how- t
)*>])en of the city's bonds and ha I (Continued On Pass Four) children's slide Mil be ordered, ever, before fruit IB quantity Can t
done so with such a measure of come time this \..ntt tar the I, ,,. pass the rtlflened' test provided by
proms that It hopes to be able I I' nlclpal twlmm.ag pool with 1\1..." the legislature at Its recent sea I,
to announce a refinancing plan Selection of Homestead Belle TRAFFIC': EXPERT}obtained from A $10ft surplus m sion. .
within tile neat future Mr. Bur- Glade DeLand and Gainesvillefor the 'uad raised by; the community 'A* a result," said Mr. Carter,
ton sald.The establishment' of district bureaus TO SHOW FILMS 'swimming pool committee for repair "ther outlt0 be some darnel
w fret that the Wilcox bankruptcy in an extension of the frost 1! of the pool, together with a good fruit shipped. In the post
act became law at about warning service this winter was' fund of 3103 arald by the old the rush to catch the high price
the time II)..t the city of Home- announced in Miami Wednesday'AT LEGION HALL} Bank of Homts stead made overtures to tie coun- by E. S. Ellison meteorologist who i ]!wimming pool committee, formed shipping of stuff so green that M
tj commission In its efforts! to lo- heads the service and has his head I some years ago with W. I. risk as grower or shipper would think of
date all outstanding bonds and quarters In Lakeland. Lieutenant G Reynolds and,its general chairman. eating himself One bite into It
get their n-JJcrs to agree to be Daily temperature readings will Sergeant O W. Faircloth of the I) Th diving tower and slide '>i,II and M,. Consumer throws the gall-
party t* or at*!* ty refunding be sent to the Homestead bureauof Miami police department will show, clot airs rum toy $Z60, and the bitter thing away and swears off
agreement that sight be finally tile frost protection service from three sets of slide films with sound,City will nnuHwl the $35 ned buying any more. Then the mar-
arftdlJIOD: prx-bsbly accounted Perrtne, Davie, Pompano and Deep projector at Legion hall Homestead to complete the purchase price ket slump and when the really
for the Assumption that the tv Lake. according to the announcement next Wednesday night *t|' The surplus :; the pool repair I good fruit it shipped, the grower
federal act would be resorted to, Forecast will be Issued S o'clock under the auspices of. fund came as pleasant surprise get little or nothing for It. The
the mayor and council president dally from Lakeland at 11 a. m. the safety committee of John G. following the uuomlcl. new Juice content requirement
aid. and I p. II). Salley Post, American Legion 'and speedy job (I' .. eUeeu'"j and the old acid test ought to prevent
Frost warning was Inaugurated i The film are entitled -Death,'by Contractor W J. CI a lot of wry facet in the north \
Pre-School Children in Florida last year when Lakelandwas I Takes No Holiday". Tb Other patriotically worked day and night next month"
made the central station for i Fellow," and Inertia". Lleuten-i> at a nominal salary to get the work 1 t Last year the first two car of
To Be Examined Sept 7 reports with observers stationed at ant Reynolds traffic expert of don before wet weather set m.Th grapefruit from this district were
A tree physical; examination for Bradenton, Wauchula, Winter Miami, will talk while Sergeant original pool money which )(7.1 I shipped in August Mr. Carter
children who will enter the first Haven and Orlando. Extension of Falrcloth operate the proJector.'Flak offered to turn over toward''' believes only a very few cars will
grade w tile kindergarten when the service was, made possible by Both men are members of the M ,- :'the ourchas of tht slide and ur fee shipped before September SO.
and of the 40 and contribute in most part: Stat will begin Wednesday
school opens Sept. 13 will be held additional appropriation this summer ami Legion post er was inspection -
I which is sponsoring a countywide -,by school iu :.drtu. Several wr.-I under tile supervision of
en Tuesday Sept. T, from 10 Oil
12 o'clock the offices of Dr. J. A. County Agricultural Agent C. H. traffic safety campaign I died dolti.r.f N' to original f*ud' H. K. FouUt of Homestead who
Smith ovex the First Nation Bank Steffani said last flight that be had The local American Legion post was the nucleus used to start. tie I bas served in this capacity for
ef Homestead under the sponsorship not yet been advised of the selection bas extended an urgent invitation present pooiHomestead. I several years
Of the Homestead F-T. A. of Homestead'a* central bureau to the public to attend the showingin
A denial examination Included in the extended Sort warning Legion ball Wednesday night,I Farm Has Six-Toed Cats |
and Ire being madeto .11
service, but be expected to cooperate preparations
Iq the cba -uPo and if the parent I
desires the child will receive im- with it in Wry possible teat a large sudlenc Then 1 Egg Within an Egg, Self-righting Tree ,
ntunlzatlon against dlptheria, way. It is surmised her that the win be no admission charge. I
ftiball pox and typhoid fever frost warning bureau, will be i eel. Two l kittens, also, have the
Parents are asked to bring their quartered in the Subtropical Ex- TIlE WEATHER I An egg within an egg was what ,extra iotaNearly .

ibfldren, but a P.-T. A. committee periment Station, at first anyway OA'loW..tV,were. *I**t..u.....si I IJa. Mrs. Virginia Edwards found when two years ago a large
win provide transportation where HOMESTEAD COUNCIL TO liT'' ..-. atortlMi. K.i -.... floriea.) I,she cracked open a rather large Australian pine tree at Mrs. Ed
needed for mother tad children egg while preparing! breakfast wards' home was uprooted during
or for the children alone It transportation A3 BOARD OF EQUALIZATION Dale \iM x:Mini Bar.) Raw ; Tuesday morning. The smaller e wind ttorm. Two day later the
II desired. Mrs. Jane Aug 20 I 89 '! 73 130.13! ..11Aug. ;j;egg perfect in shell and genera tree lifted Itself up and continued
Kesbitt public health nun who TIM city council will sir as aboard 21 ._ I 99 I .11 130.03| M I, appearance, was about on* and to grov After three month It was
U the P.-T. A. pr-cho aNtI ef esjualHaton Monday, Aug. 22 I 37 I 160 I I 100 I three-eighths toch s long. ,I again blown flat on the ground
h>lie_ chairman, Mr*. O N. Aug. JO, from J p m. until 4, and Aug. 23 :I 16e :I 170 |(30.031:| U7Aug. I But this to not the only believe and colored worker lopped oft
'Wuefl I, Mrs. Preston B. Bird continue Its sitting each day at 24 _l 8. I 7J |jalU'| K i I It-ot-not feature Mrs. Edwardscan the top limb. At cut the Ire*
Mrs. Yjjjula Edwards or V rt the same hours as long a* necessary. Aug. 23 | M |173 |130.071| ..41Aug. tell about A eat M her place roc up and there It still stands>
I Ben AldArat.OU1d be aottfiid. 2e _-IMfUpOOej t f .04 I I bat an extra tot on each of her ,I much blue'! now, i

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Pace Tw6. ._ ._ .THE_ fSADEA ENTERPRISE r' _' ..,. :tfld Auk lI Z1 1 3'lT ,

".A rMMM.tts M I I 0 0 Iic.0a.aa1 I w....". .. .I'Tkm Ke ;<\ '"i ,c ci u f# .tea Legion Gets' Radio Set towed nMtuUl"ok r ''t

DIAMOND BALL cba hy.r. I a. ..... -.G Today I For Disaster Use1 'I H."on by afrom iJruInbi. dM10M
::.. ,\j."lP'-fU .1.1J\ a..SaUot Fl
_... .. ... .. I e f'ot4.f Qptectipad
.H. '''' T W tt .
E (ettiJdlt'erlQaTrDlire .t, {t,h1 :.th..truMiona
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If the Horn Co. tem wlni I 11 I I t A radio receiving and lending thi raster Mtel
from Burton's Dcpt Store In thefinal I .-.. -... t a ..1 ijeot m ""f"'rIlt iROWyeplast( set was Installed at Legion ball In qhan-man M to'tt.Mra!rit hj organizing -

game of the second half to, kM kiwi O. C........ HofcbfcMM priaf* .t Homestead Sunday by a crew of locally/ jtotlqlCf l .action.
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_t Hokta. JL Canrk.Hi k night Boy Scout Troop 02 of Kr ,
be played tonight. It will win the I wild i technician acting under orders
M bpi CamtL ctMlww II The post will proceed with
West will begin departing thin organization
championship of the Homeitead I kite, *Hl :-,..H II. ClMlMM 11 MnKkrau from Captain M. R Harrison
"...... c..u. CIoo'-1 ...... bons. morning for tome. Nine ooyirIIl of the recommended
Diamond Ban League for 1137 forHorne Mabel ---, s.l..ra leave by bus this Miami-chairman of the countr- set-up, and with efforts: to have,
was the winner of the firsthalf ; 'm./ 1hIoIoort. morning wide -disaster relief organization
j jIII. Homestead made. despot relief
>AT NIGHT with Counsellor George V. Archer i a for
of the season Five boys will rc.naln with Scoutmaster Installation of the set, furnished equipment and supplies .that can
../. ohm .. bbl" .. a bb 1
It Burton win the game tonight Mow Sk. I 0 NBb.e.rd .t 1 Victor Larson to 'break!.by..the government1-. for use at-key be lushed to the .key*.or to eonmunltie -

however, it win take the e.G..m..r a 1 ICaa : .41,II..II..oo.
second half pennant and there will ilKlnari I ...... part In thelr-borrowed truck Sat-
be a five-game series between = ".: 8 8a : : : I urday -

Burton and Home, with the league =:= d. t : IIG./.dlh.: : : .: "
.. if 'N.111 21a ...: I>} behalf of the Boy Scouts of
i championship going to .the team .Baaaa a. Ik .. e' ..c......, p a .tAedn Troop 12 Viah''to thank the (Lantern Restaurant I
w Ib I I .1,Shi w Iff on e a peo, ,
winning three of the games. Should of Homestead who have
/Imt.mw I 0I e pie been I
the chsmplonshlp series not take ._ _-faaa :: : i fY
*4 kind and courteous and h.w'I .
place an all-itar local team will 1 1 1a. I made our encampment wonderful -<
Journey to Key West the middleof M.. .... ..__. . ....... "
......... ...__ .... t ..... success, Mr. Larson said :last
next week for a fame with a forSeason .
night "The boys .will tong.res, Reopens -
Island .. bass site Header *
picked team In the City. t. complain
member cordial hospitality
II, ._ mft bp, PI.... I. CuopIooII I, your
:Key West will play a return game wII4 pb.. i Compb.... Nadirs ..- I shall always remember the
here on Labor Day Ioallo, a.-,
As a remit of games played Friday NolLVpi..., MUM* Mack.ISrak. stead." t + Wednesday, Sept..1 4
and Monday nights three of I
a_ eb r bbfe..Ow" A M i
the four team In the local league, II.CI..... .f. e II lI.eo.'U tWlttkoa a I I REVIVAL WELL ATTENDED 1
Burton. Men's Shop and Home, o I ea....... |k I I ...-, e A full house each t
.. evening greets
PkM Ikft 11 J.un'm af .
were tied for first place In thesecond .C...'U et I U.ar.a M. a 0 I the Rev. W. E. Ellis, who Is conducting J
half standings. Friday loolnnv f e 1I1I.00.toIllo. I 1
revival services
.... at the
smith Ik I IIN. p. 0 ,
night, after five Innings ot goose IIVihl.. Homestead Church of the Naza-
= oo.r : : : t : : .
eggs for both teams, Burton managed .IC.akk. rf '
to get t rut In the first half Towne Iff... I 01Greanwo, .d M aMl.antle rene.;6 Same place-Adjoining: ,Hotel Redland '
It a I K.Ki..ed of I are glad to have ministersof ,
ef the sixth only W field to a five Zook a.a : : 1 1.il other local churches with us as I i . I

run merry-go-round by the Men' -. -1-'. well as many of their members,* Same management:-:-Mrs. Given Vlctot .

Shop In the last half of the same 11- ..... s 1 1SMertes ,said the pastor, the Rev. W. J.
Inning, landing that was unchanged .... 'parker. "Our aim la to :. "
I t I 0 --1 help the c. :
.by the Hurt Inning In Same Savory Home Cooking : 1
Two ..... kit, Barrows ..... on Ioolle off li entire community. All are cordially I .y ,
Home defeated
the other Monday game, N._ .. Clo.l.r.r' II so lit, Invited."
Brooker 4-J. CI..Inner I. N_ I I ...... balls Ra.,
C..II ......., "Ilh. WI.VIII..... Same Popular Prices ,
In a game Wednesday night to Vmrtrmi ........, Mock I r
eliminate one team In the three- -- -- .. .. .
way tie, Home defeated Men's U. .. FUNDS RELEASED -- --

NIGHT ( President Roosevelt hat signedthe
...'. abed .. t MBMn .H.... 010 v bb.C EvergladeNational Park bill, i" :!
(;on-. .r. I 011"10'4 I". I 0Witter
Sb e 1/lnham Iff I' I retailing Federal funds for OM
Vo'.. ...s I rlacmp'Rd4 4 within the area designated for thenaUon'
LItOIo 01.. I 0 .''O.C..II'b I 0R.wrM I
H.._ I 0 0lSmith 111 I"'I'll. only possible tropical i
.... 00 I e iiH.rrow 00. I IPi. park, which practically adjoins
..... .._ I I''n_.... of I
1.0-. ... I .,K..10 ... he Bed land District on the went
A....... Its 1 0 '"IIIo.retta If I I Ili and extends to the Gulf of Mex- []
II.I 1 tiptoew s .t 1 ro and Bay of Florida.

T'aI zJt' government can now I
hIMon. F Cot said procWi
Mae' I... 4 e 1 ,
.. 0 8 6 0 .1.-4 with mapping of the area,

....... ........ Canal base, .* I biological survey, showing|
bathe. del Httt t Cloai.... 41 ....... U native wild life, and the allocation .
... bye n.*.r I. <<:...1.... li wild '/ltrh..iClonhurM. I
Pll.f po- ballot Sank. of CCC camps for fire control ,
Caws I araanl O Gownan. Lttti, IwMM md that type of preliminary development -
Borrow 0000_.. scrit
U..Itw, 1Ykne., Eatrkart.HONDA I possible prior to acquisition Ira"
ef the balance of the area ONLY
ak f kk'11.... 8kaTitt ..A Mr SOCIAL---r-----WORK EXAMS TO ,
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> !.. i I iiHHM 11I... 1'1 BE HELD SEPTEMBER II
Graham af .. I 0 liCMSi: .. 11 ThOM Interested In applying for P'wENr
r rIt.
Mwanb aa I *mob :f_ s. 1 $5.0r
..... iKukarta' ttImwrt I I 1 social work position must have
iki < S .{(mar .... ulol say I, f"1'PtmtoruuaU p 1 IVIbYn .
III.. 11I.0000... IM a 0 0C at Jacksonville by Sept 4. 1
Blab..or i o 1b 2 says Curtis X Lee of the district
Stoned I a 11 mmcn. I It 4l I
; welfare board Blanks' may .
rl TRnrlw obtained at SI N. E. First .t I.1

.. O. 0 11 I .-1 Miami. The examination .
lI.a'o ....; worth 01,0 4.a I ,: be.Ae3d:Sept, 10 .

rhea ..... .ill'l irlJ.'i, 'toms --I. } ;
amkbl ._. M.eaa'IM.b.... WIU... RETYRN5: FROM I.O.O.F.: TOt k /
tlani Nabw" tot Tto,. I IUa /line. 'Hugh Seattle of Homestead ,
M kalla offi', PlnAr 1. Nrf.atfwk .,. :,
al art N....* t. PtaaWUrhMl a; wild grand mailer of the L O. O. F. Dt
KakM. readapt aaiaviCamaktll bell, Florida, will officiate at the openIng -
I'' ; anwni WHIIuw t
Umpire kVkmna, IMcknt.Mama of a lodge for Spanish

f ak a M *...... 010 e bb''people In Miami on p 'S 0pM
I rwioa, 110.. S .:"........ .f 1 0 11t1 \3. and many member of .peakln'l Dar
MCaaia'U ,1 I I IIHrauaor IkUoauaaa.af a 0 lodge plan to attend.
I OIKIn.rd U 0 0U.C.mp'il was w
Ik' I llHoM.: erf : 1 1 I tie accompanied by Mn. j0-YE
''I Smith O" t OICSnlllv./ .. U' 1 I la making his official visits to the AA r
Ham 00. a I 11101.11. 4 e 0 WARRANT, .
Tonne rl 1. .|O.SvllKai Ik I e lodge of the itate .1

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i. \ t k*$ 11 } sbwly d. TAU ADVANTAGE of the unusually cast .'

f hgft It tmfttft terms in .effect now-term* that make it

Smooth my, tolling po..lblelor you to nmfltttlj,Btoderaiia,your.
! Better iumI) r..Better HousesIN power kitchen for one down payment sod.-'P.tall

forth ..cratepremonthly dtpoiltt.Com la and'aee the kblgielks

CHOOSING the Lumber for yotir construction were cell Concentrator Ranges with their oltra-ttoJerrt .

which foe t ie curet convenience feature See the new Norge era .
j work, insist upon the very best ot -
with interior
fkigeratet fltatlt arrangements
; course, means that you'll get it from us. Wet '.fool e a -9 different variations for utmost'inrfiWji" 1 j

t can supply your needs to any dimension or '

:' amount. Let us figure on your next work. :. .;.,:.. ;

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Brooker Lumber .,

TEl EPh ONE IS HOMESTEAD. FLA. 205 N. Krome Avenue i Homestead; .Florida




, Friday. August 27, 1937 -.-. : ,_ ._, _.THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paee Three ::_

|I during the next three wrote ". "
l' GIRLS COME OUT Lions'-Iinibilly Dthtc- 'I RESOLUTIONS years CoftstaitrMisrSprays
Mr. Mllrox a specie! Commissioncomposed
Set for Saturday Night Franklin Vegetables
if post office and treasury -

,; SECOND BEST INSTATETOURNEY I STRESS NEEDSOF officials will go over the eligible
i A hillbilly dance and watermelon i list, on which Homestead bus A continuous spray of milt will
cutting will be given,at the Lions keep vegetable It the grocery
been placed, and select $23,000,000
store of P. J Franklin, Inc, freshnd
den In Silver Palm tomorrow night POST OFFICEThe worth of buildings! for construction
by the Redland District Lions Club cool In their compartments of
during the '
i year"In '
for the benefit of Its treasury. a new vegetable display counterInstalled

J Detected ty Clearwater 2-0 In A prize will be given to the person Inadequacy of present qu.rten I nuking these selections," there this week.
continues try letter, "those communities
the finals;;the Plymouth Girls' Diamond who wears the tackiest cos of the Homestead post office ""The housewife CM always be "'
will be chosen which
1 Bait team of Homesteadcame tume. Judges will be X. H.:Oal- and the need for federal construction assured of crisp, fresh vegetables
stand In need additional
..' Off Second best In the state laher, Wm. J Geronimo, and W. of I poet office building designed greatest when she gets them from a counterof
federal fbc UMes.' There "
I tournament at Clearwater. which E. Rheney: Music will be furnished to meet the requirements of this tort, Mid Mr. Franklin.The .
JOO. of bulMdiga
over,' 000,000 worth -
. began Tuesday and was supposed'ts : by the Pink Elephants, !local this growing community, will be mist-sprayed: vegetable
the eligible list You
on can
.4ft4hSeturday of last week but dance orchestra. set forth In resolutions which Mayor counters hive been in use In thehlgheit
se4, |lwrefor that:only about 10
;went on Into Sunday and then Into Tom Harris will ask the city grade metropolitan grocery -
!Molls I can be constructed this year few town ot Homettead size cm
lrsteisi t1 afnig scheduledfor AID) IN (JETTING Sim'tar resolutions are expected .1 ou may be assured, however bout one. The Franklin grocery
,the local was defaulted by Ta- to be voted by the Redland
: that I shall continue. I
la the tint In this city to install
.vares With this default credited I STOP I trlct Chamber of Commerce, ,I have heretofore; done, to urge one.
'F al a 10-0 win the Homestead girls UNIFORM Humcstekd Rotary Club and Dl..1 Homestead M one of the communities -
played Tampa coca Cola Wednesday Rcdl.uU District Lions Club in
to receive a building out cf
nlgnVmi?'Vn 8-2. Friday| SIGNALS ASKEDAid I cordance with suggestions contained this year's appropriation . but WANT ADS PAY

,night they defeated St. Petersburg j I in a telegram from Senator in case we do not get the buildingout !

1-0 In a stiff game that was score i i Claude Pepper to Preston B Bird, of the present appropriation

leas for both sides until the eighth of the Rotary and Uoni ,I former Homestead mayor who Is we have ut least overcome the first

1 'inning when Moseley Sever, who club In s. movement started by working with Mayor Harris to renew obstacle b.. getting Homestead. HOME COOKINGServed
bad been walked and had managed i the movement to have the
the 40 and I traffic safety councilto placed on the eligible register, andit
to get to third, came home on a government construct a post office will receive a building In the
single by Cecelia Harper The St obtain enactment of a uniform building here. ',
next rpi roprtatlon It It does not
-I, 'Pete girls hold the championship signal and stop sign law' In the [ The rtsoUilons, Mr. Bird said out of U la one.' Family Styleat
of the West Coast Girls' Diamond state of Florida was asked at the
1, clubs will bu accompanied by an architects The messages from Wilcox end theSeminole
joint meeting of the two In
Ball League i drawing of the present pott Pepper were In response to tele-
the Palm Lions, den
The final game, scheduled with Silver Tuesday I. office Quarters showing how waiting grama, sent them last week by
night ; Wm J Geronlmo.adjutant
Clearwater Saturday was postponed of by the Homestead, American. lines+at,liny one window bWk.access Mayor Harris and Mr. Bird respectively Hotel
to Sunday: afternoon because "(o ether windows, to the Senator Pepper's
post and member of
Legion ,
.J of fain. It was Talned out r mall slots and to the boxes. Astreet telegram to Mr Bird in part was
the 40 and I safety council MC
In'the tint half of the ninth when plan showing the location M follows:

I ,I) the score was .-. tnClearwater'ir : Geronlmo of both,also'clubi urged'.and that'the'public member at M highway.lotersection and the "My suggestion would be that; Dining Room

r ,"n favor Played over..Mondsy-after- In general attend the showing of lack, ,of parking space, will be sent ,your various civic organization
I noon ,after another, heavy downpour ulso. get together and pass resolutions
Homestead Legion
safety films at -
the and the states showing need of office at
I game hall next Wednesday night That Homestead will have to new
.s 'championship went' to Clearwater prove dire need of improved and ,Homestead, und needless to say tne MRS. GUSSIE JOINER
1 1-0 Dr. B. E. Gatlln proposed that additional post office facilities to "greater the reed shown the Tester ProprietorEat

The Homestead girls are tied the Lions appoint committee to get into this year's construction will be the consideration given

, with the"Abeam team of Miami work with a Rotary committee, budget, is evident by a letter received here," _
for the
already In existence,
all want-the
Beach for the championship the yesterday by Mayor Hams you
beautification of Homestead and
East Coast Girls' Diamond' Bali I frctn Congressman, J, Mark WU- .. NOTICI
surrounding territory Following' I .... price stays the
time car council will dt M a Sari ofnaalliMlM same
League There, was not to cox.
a motion made and carried, the Monte. AnnM sash IMt
play off Die Jie 'before the local Lion president, George Cooper, As soon at the president signs hen t f. .. until 4 .. .. and ... **i

team left for:Clearwater, and no announced he would announce the the uppropilation bill providing UM thMMfU M It Mr M tllll nquli MM M WMIIM MM until UM.1fOIo HIT 50c 75c $1.00
definite arrangements have been for of is yea.
I\! committee at a later date. a total 170,000,000 for federal I
L R. EDWLRDS, clad, .
made as yet f [
I of
the championship l The Key West troop Boy
i Scouts encamped In Homestead together
_;Alt games ft the tournament with the scoutmaster Victor

?' of Were the Brooklyn Dodgers the training at Clearwater field- Larsen and the camp &use YOU AND I ARE THE SIMPLE' 'INDEED "-*

seller, George F Archer, were ,
It announced at the
field that Margaret Berger was present scoutmaster as guests, Introduced of honor b/ President The SAME-AGE... YET YOU MY FRIEND, I USE

recognized II the best girl pitcher
W. E. Rheney of the Rotary
that had .vfr played-on that dls LOOK YEARS
Club, In turn introduced the Boys YOUNGER. SUNOCO MOTOR.
mond. '
and later the Scouts tang songs -
Following receipt of news that and gave scout yells. )fro Rhene; WHY? OJ L."'
the'guts-had" won'In the. 'Introduced : .. '
also Mr Arch2'rt'ro io. ,
final last Friday night ionic .ml-I' / ... ,
ress In '
local fans gathered around the tire briprovlrfg pC'rOam
station here Saturday morning in Palm Cemetery; at Drat nJl by

,and assisted Dr J A. Smith In cant !! UIlabor and machinery. was ,
coding the' ,,following telegram reported- by ChaTles" Turner, .
general,,chairman !ot community .
welch evoked much fun when reads shed
ta the' team by Dr. 'M. A. Berger, crmetent committee, who
id whon) I It was addressed: I also.told of plans for a cemetery

'"Greetings and salutations. Gang' beautification, week.

", rushes.,you. love;: Lefty and Bevo, .St. I; Flak ,reported plan for
advise fluP Unr'{Art Relchert): adding a' diving 'tower and slide

umpire for "jure win,. Will ruty t Dlule there"by airplane It fans further account ot which. Is 'contained -

sollnl cannot'handle sltuatlort to li elsewhere la this issue

., your satisfaction.Claude says; have C. C Youmnns, Mlamj attorney .
stand; built ,In pitcheS's.boll for you who-has'made a Study: pt the life .

to hold merge'shead.. Try goose of John Paul Jbnes,'gavt t detailed

grease on Marge's 'leg, It Is good I account of the life and career ol
for spavin. Keys of city and stand the father of the United States

will be built.for your speech if I navy

you win. Bush promises shave and

finger waves If winner. Dad Hall: I Clearwater over the week-end

prays you lose If you win will have were Mr. and Mrs. J H. Webster
to move out In dog house All arrangements ,
R. H Done and son, Don E L.
made with local mor Lawrence and son Edwin Allen

tician. If you lose Bob will shave : Neal. Douglass Tower, Wm. Ewing;
you there. Gatlln rushed day and and Herbert Turner i
night, has Dr. Schlegal assisting
him. Have alLarrangements made now sold in CANS
with Fisk hospital Tannic will be MOWONtXR' iil

In attendance Copies Issued to we nuTrir / J

local 'press. Redd Pressing Club EGG BASKET as well as In bottles and
offers services for accident to MT GET
I. clothes.: .- FULOPEPCGGMA5H bulk. Canyon extra quart can

"I THE GANG" or two In your car so as to have 25'A -
-{ Among |hos who attended thegil'd'
always available it
diamond,ball tournament In a reserve e r .

I. I supply this unexcelled oilsimaca QUART, IN CAMS,

/ Tarn' Funeral HomeR FOR MOat EGOS BOTTLES BULK OR 1 ,


tl-HR AMBIXAVCE SERVICE feed the famous FVL-O-FEP oatmeal -

:. L..,.Attendant base smashes aceerdlag t* the G
rVL-O-rer run. Oatmeal. the
j Pbona B.4rR ,:.Homestead! Fla. highest ,digestible term of mla plAlit OIL unj'G
and to more eeeiinr than. own or MOTOR keep Abttt lf
wheat products, making M Ideal for

warm climates. Ask.e the FREE SOLO I. CAMS $T THI rOLLOWINS .IAURI.
NEWTG.BALLNetaryjhiblle FUL-O-rEP Paltry __It.futOPEP.


N. Flagler A\-.. &: 6th st. N. Krone Stb St. Florida City
;IqIID! Liti Dhtrfll.W hr Rd. A Halnlin Dr. 8. ICrome Av,

IS N. Iris unions"An. I HECTOR, .sVPXLt "CQ, -


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Page Four THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, August/ 21. 1981-, :

I measure of assurance that they cad the effort of JM to e'likl I traction by the Holary eiub. .
THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE GROWING PAINS will not do *o to the future. The 1 up a trade just because several: "Your dub should feel proud<
g.'owefp decide to set up a coopxt having hid a part In InatUutbt
FablbibeA Friday a& Homestead
majority of 'he growers an honorable -
the diamond ball
atiw program;
,rublisbiag FUu.C.br the flout Dada Continued from Page One) enD_ load se.:ble enaegh: ,, By the v board fully representing the Independent tit keep. a worn uccnor apverent -I grower*' co-operative should be ly did themselves proud in
BEM ARCHER '___ Editor shipper, the packinghouses Means can be fow>d f>, able to ship, market and pac tournament 'rheyblayed) .tie '
MARJORIE LEACH ARCHER and the co-operative punish the* who attempt to betray with much lever overhead. coals they played hard, and they w
_..._ A*.*.t. Editor group This board would serve the their nf fhbor grower .<'h than the individual companies and leave here with the fdmlratlon (
entire industry by disseminating the kiss of Ji4a for a place or when they have demonstrated their all who MW them in actioj"'
Entered .> screed cUM mat Information to all the grower, Cuban silver This can ,beWfcompllahed ability te At this every grower in Ceor-.
MM** Murb I, IMS. at UM peatMe preventing the flooding of various by merciless publicity the district: with an ounce of common Homestead, Aug. 2t, lN7. dt
at IfomeatMsX florid, wader market, standardizing pack, and tine Recent investigation ,
or by heavy -, sense will no doubt becoio ,
the act W Mirth 1. 117*. collecting M .dvertaUng tax from prove that the manager ol a member lilt would be not befool a CARL DEPEN. IR, GETS .
num. rmicz. $LM A BAa very box of fruit shipped from tie group 1* Also acting a* agent, to exciiouge I pig for a poke I, DIPLOMA FROM RIVEtglD]
the district TM will prevent the (or Cuban avocado Naturally, the Li the meantime let tu grow up .I -
Ain't It the Truth! ..1ll-l ltf shipping which now local grower could not be expected ., with our,groves, atop this eternal Carl Deden Jr. received a di
flood the various market, would to their market information '
The condition and the feelings pool chasing of rainbow or wallowing loma from Riverside kUUtaryf
of the average business mm over prevent the present practice of when there I II a pisubuity in the other extreme of pessimistic: Academy at Gainesville Ge, .at
present-day taxes are adequately shipping the rankest culls, which of Its being relayed by cable depths, and get down to the ciul the close of the summer stain
described In the following from the is already mating countless enemies to the Cuban grower However, I business of lacing fact M they Friday ,.:, ,
Klsslmme Valley Gazette: of the fruit and build up a such a condition merely emphasizes 1 I actually'.,.:\fI'Ont II' with a c ,itJidated .
Fund to educate the million waitUing the necessity of setting up a governing distribution alliance nf _
"In to to
reply request
your to be told what anal lime or organ'utlon that eyed 1 1 :
end a cheek I wish to Inform you can every shipper in the Redland tMstiicL / ]
avocado consists at will stamp out all unethical and
that the present condition of my We ban the world by U.e {
bank account make It almost Impossible It would be excellent If such aboard shortsighted practice tall-let'* stall swinging It--instead
My shattered financial would follow the successful Too much can not be said In of pulling It down on our
condition la due to federal laws' 'experience of the moving picture, praise of the men who have so unselfishly mutton heaii. I
auto Iowa, county laws, city law, baseball, and other industries byi J devoted their time, mon i .
corporation laws, liquor laws, :setting up a _ealled dictator at ey and brain to bringing about _'A........_ i
mother-tn-laws, brother-in-law" the head of It. They could selectman I the success of the co-operative .... FROM OUR MAIL BOXA I '
Ivter-ln-lawe, and outlaw a who 1* not directly associated change Their work to create an, .I
Through these law I am com with any group or Interest, but fob market 1* ponibljr the greatest BOOST FOR OUR GIRLS
pelled to pay a business tax who would be governed by the contribution ever made to the
amusement tax, head tax, school I interests of all. That thl 1* practical industries, and the advertising Editor Leader-Enterprise 1
tax, gas tax, light tax, water tax, I II demonstrated by the fact campaign has been exceptionallywell The following excerpt of a SERVICE YOU LIKE '"
sales tux, liquor tax. cape tax, hat the enormous salaries of Will handliid as witness the attendant letter received from Alfred PMarshall '' .
Income tax, food Ux furniture tax, Hayes and Judge Landl are gladly result But In praising' Clearwater attorney who Careful checking and thorough ,
and excise Ux Even my brain paid year after year. Over what them! we must not overlook the was her two year ago on an official -\ attention and inspection which ';? ,>,
are taxed. I am required to get a would probably be his serious ando !nng-rng* endeavor of the Par- visit a* district governor of we hoist upon tax every cut, .1\0\ t
business license, car Ucetwe truck doubt vehement objections, man-Lehman Company In buildingup Rotary in Florida. show how our give you the dependable te*
license, liquor license not to men' such I man M Dr. Ruehte of the the market and demand ever a girl*' diamond ball team was regarded clenUou* service you want Wi "'I'1'\!
tlon a marriage license and dOC IiCOOS. Experiment Station might be period of leTs: ; and above all, in Clearwater: j appreciate your patronage end! .',
drafted. Not a grower In the district what they have done towards presenting "last eight. I witched Homestead we know that Its continuance
*1 am also required to contributeto would fneition hi* Integrity, the shipment of culls mind and Clearwater play off the depend* upon our ability to 1;
every society and organization tblllty or common sense. He toward the cresting of a brent: final In the girls' taU diamond, satisfy you.RED ,\
which the genus of man U capable wotU vnnnubtedty have the eon- known throughout the country for ball tournament, I could not help
of bringing to life; to women' relief fl the unemployed relief and eould not be prevailed upon to a*- business of this country I* but and I went out to look at the :r
the gold digger relief. Also to ept another could be found who on competitive' basis, and ro lead diamond ball field v>.con-1 t'L .:
every hospital and charitable Institution would act with complete fairness reasonable person can expect parsers was then very new and which Krme at Sri treat "
in the city, Including the,to an. to scrap their,costly tIIacI net; been materially aided in 1U .1J
Red Cross the Black Cross, the Something Ilk this ha been attempted 4
Purple Cross and the double locally before, but largely
For my own safety I am en I hit-and-mis bail, and the 1We're
ed to Tarry life Insurance, ero"'j Wright brother would never have t
erty insurance< liability made successful flight If they ,
burglar Insurance, accident had given up after the first failure.California .
surance, business insurance, earth'.t'! has the most luccessftu
quake Insurance old age Insurance, co-operative In the United State
and fire Insurance I We all know the Sunk 1st, Sunmald
"My business I* so governedthat and Diamond brand Yet only 60
It I* to find out who Own It I am Inspected ,co-operative; the other 40 per cent .'
expected, suspected, disrespected I hip Indepeidently or through \1
rejected, dejected, examined :packing houses BUT their distribution -
re-examined Informed I i* 100 per cent' svgaraied
required, summoned fined, commended I by such method a* outT .id In this ,Just
and compelled, until I provide I article bellUM the growers and
an Inexhaustible supply of 1 banker found Industries could
money for'every known need, de- I not possibly survive Internal corn-
air or hope of the human race. I petition. Wi art not discussing: PLAIN FOLKS:
"Simply because I refuse to d0l Idealistic theories but the most
nate to something or'other 1 am 1 outstanding examples of successful -
boycotted, talked About, lied about, distribution of fruit In this
r l held up and held down. I con ,country
\ tell you honestly thai except for It must be admitted that there "But we like our home to look nice, and be up-.
the miracle that happened I could are large grower and group in
J not enclose this check. The wolf 'our midst who have broken their to-date. ..
that come to many door IIOW- ;marketing pledge In the put, but ..
day* Jut, had pup In my kitchen the Inevitable disaster which followed -
sold them and here I* the money U nm>ing else should be a .
I. I "Last year we fixed up the kitchen. This year

I. .. we're having. the floors done. over. You'd be
Seedsand '\ ,
i '
"' surprised how it improves the looks of a home

to have good floors. And it isn't expensive the

I Supplies i FHA way."

rrJA !
I We received a shipment of fresh BRED- j .. INSURED I
SEEDS I MCIN ...,. charging penny in brokerage
RITE follows .
J as : J f' !

t'et's"i'e'll be glad to .
help put through applies- ,
.. .
, .
SQUASH n /;: ,\ .f 1
. .. j fOr 'wishes
,1 responsible who
tioiy =
CABBAGE .J""f'1p' t.' .;. 1 person

BROCCOLI EGGPLANT .x i to avail. himself of convenient F.ILA.. plan :\

1 ; k TOMATO J \. S t paying for repairs and ,improvements and I'i


.' ;: :: ., for new construction. :!

We are now carrying full stocks of E 1 t: + *, ; I: ,


can take'care of you for any quantities. Hardware and Building Material !

-. Frank L,Skill, Owner I
The Kilgore Seed Co!
11 N. Krome Ave. hone 507-J .

Phone 63 .



Friday August 27, 1937 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Five

!jul storage tank at the local plant I Martin Bishop is visiting his I living at the Campbell home tor

I Ilt the Standard Oil Co. During brother Ernest Bishop, in the past three yean, accompaniedthem
i'he two weeks they were her low N. C. Chlr-I to Wadeeboro to make her
In and AroundHomestead jl hey were guests at the Seminole horn with Mrs. Aldmond. Annette -
Hotel Miss Mary Delk ol BiMkshar and Jeanette returned yesterday -
Ga, arrived Monday to visit her,
from a one-week visit in
Mr. and Mrs. Lionel:: Van Winkle listers Mrs. Robert Dunn and Miss Miami with their brother-in-law

lof Baltimore, their children, Lionel Vera Delk. and slater, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Boat-
I' Jr., and Grace, and Mrs. Van wrlghL Sunny and Joy Peters, Mn.Boatwrlghtra .
Winkle's sister Miss Mildred Jack Cam ha returned home children, also have
.'( "[ Devil, arrived Monday for a one- from Fort Screven. Ga, where he returned to the Campbell home

Mr. and 'Mrs. Howard Johnson Willianvburf, Va., to visit William week visit with Mr. Van WInkle' attended the C. M. T. C. camp lie
returned Sunday from a vacation and Mary University. They were mother. Mrs. Clara Van Winkle, spent some tint also in Atlanta Mr. and Mrs. Keith Foulk who
tour of Georgia Louisiana and accompanied on their trip to Atlantic and his brother. "Cart and sister. Jacksonville, and Daytona Beach. bare spent the summer In North
R M'iillJI1 pC,' City, from Vineland N. J., Melba. Mr. Van Winkle Is chiefyeoman Miss Jane Catlin has returned Washington
from a trip to Atlanta, Alabama
by Frank Skill, Jr.. who will remain at the coast guard depotat
Dr. and Mrs. K. S. Wolf andy there to attend the Vineland Baltimore and Jacksonville. day.

their baby son, William Wlllard.it .i Training School Miss Skill will Mia Minnie Lee McCUIUndha L So--;; ;
d Mrs. Bert Andrews was called. D. returned Friday
relatives of Mn.
visiting Wolfe to
go Mlrlan41nlvel'lltT Bal
at returned to her home In Nash-
from visit with relative In Met-
back to Nokatee, because a
in. Benson, Mich. Dr. Wolfe timore this to
year begin a pre-j villa after spending a few weeks
ter Statetboro and Savannah Ga.
of the serious illness of her ,
will return the tint of Septemberbuddy. medicine
course with her aunt, Mrs. J. E. Davis.
.. Wolfe win remain I few I mother, Mrs. W. H. Montgomery.Miss E. J. Smith of Arcadia arrived
week longer. Mr*, Paul sharpe and daughter,' Mn. J. O. Wynn who ha been Monday visit his _- Q-law and
Mist Lou Sharpe, of Bunkie, La., Jessie Deets of Jacksonville attending summer school at Southern daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Oeo Fogte.Chat. .
Mn. t J. Dyal and her daughter who were guests of Mr. Sharpe's was a guest of Miss Edna Nell College In Lakeland returned

!. tva and Nina, returned yesterday brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Richards Thursday and Friday. Saturday with Mr. Wynn who Weekley who bought the

morning after a vacation of Mrs. Jack Polk, last week left for. Robert Call has returned from went U Lakeland hldar.MI'I. A. L. Canon place In Redland last
two month during which all visited their home Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. the Miami hospital where he (Continued on Page Eight
underwent -
in Henderaoiwille, N. C., part Polk and eon Jack, Jr., Mn. a tonsil and natal M. Dacui of Atlanta and .
of the time and Mia Iva visitedIn Sharpe. Miss Sharp, and Mist last week. operation her sons Newton and Roy, spent
Chicago while Miss Nina attended Rosa Caves spent Saturday at last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.

Alpine Camp for girls near Men. Miami Beach. I I Mr. and'Mr* Stanley Wlttkop. F. Hammett

tone, Ala. They went to Miami : Misses Grace and Alice Hobson, Mr. and Mrs.: Caries: G. Turner
Word has
yesterday afternoon to viiit a few Mr. and Mrs.been J. R.received Done that and: Ansel Barrow and R. E. Sherard have moved tram Redlaod to the PI >
day* with relatives there. ) attended I diamond ball same in house on N. W. Thirteenth street
their daughter, Virginia, left Atlanta Miami Sunday night. E
1 and Third avenue la Pone d*Leon
J. a Weatherly of Miami hat Friday for Dallas, where
taken the place of L M. Bridge ai they will attend the Texas Centennial Mr. and M--Hnry; : J. Olsen that they have purchased. The
manager of the local A. & P. store. Exposition. On their way. announnc the birth of a six and house was for merit occupied by,
Mr. Bridges obtained I transfer to they slopped at Mmtone Ala. to threo-fourthi pound son, Jacob Dr. and Mrs. H. S. Wolfe.

Tttton, Osu, hit former home, and visit Mr. and Mr*. L. 3. Sommers. Henry at the Post Graduate '- Mrs. A. J. Campbell and daughter
b*end Ms fomUr nrtored there two at Camp Ooudmont.Mn. pltal Monday night I Annette and Jeanette returned 0

weeks ago. A. C. Easton will leave tomorrow Mrs. T. T. Bowen returned Saturday Aug. 1> from a visit with,

'Prank tindeinan, Jr. of Lees- on a business trip to Den night from Cobbtown and Mrs. Campbell1 sister, Mn. N. D. GeneralPublic
burg, who formerly lived in Homestead ver. On the way there aha wit atopIn Metter. Ga, where she has bn| Aldmond** Wadesbor, N. C They
left Tuesday for a visit In Oklahoma City to visit broth visiting relative for two weeks. were accompanied hOMe by Mn.CampbeU' .
Harold, who baa,
Miami after pending a few days er. Jane Fuchs, daughter;; of Mrs. been attending the C M. T. C.
with( Mr.: and Mr*. Howard John. Archer 5m1t'h ;expected home Elizabeth ruche returned Monday camp at Fort So even. Ga. for the
Mr. :LIndeman will be J
son. a this morning from the UalWl'lit1I from a vacation spent in put month. Mn. Ella Polk. Mrs. Iaaestea4 r.*M MS..
sophomore at Tulane University ef Florida where he hi, ..... Waynesvlll, N. C. Campbell's mother who has been!
this year. tending the summer session. I

Earijralth who ..
enlisted In
I '
Mn. 3. 3 McLendoa who foe
the navy left Tuesday for Virginiaby meriy lived here underwent .an I

way of Macon. operation for appendicitis at Albany J

JUtt. Frank Hausman' who un- Ga., yesterday. 1 i Fertilizers Seeds Insecticidesfor

dej went a major operation at the ; ,
Mrs. A. A. Payne ,and '1Mi1tl ,
Post Graduate hospital Aug. 10
have moved from their on
wf wen enough to be taken to Silver Palm drive to the house
her home last night Her daughter formerly occupied by Dr. and Mrs. Fall
Mitt Bertha Nil Hauiman, will CropsVe
George D. Ruehle in Porvenlr.
return to Fnrt Pierce Sunday aftera "
; three-week stay In Homestead. 3. D. Redd ;expected back this

week from Aike, S. C, where his
C H. Becker who had been here
brother. Joan ..Jledd, Is recoverIng -!
sit weeks having hU potato land from a serious lUnsss. I have a fresh supply of Stokes', Simons', and Lan-

prepared for hit home for planting in Almena.left Monday Wli, to Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Blggers and, dreth's Tomato Seed. Also Peat Moss, Goat and f

harvest a crop e< potatoes there. daughter, Barbara, will leave once,
Mr. to make their home In Charleston, Sheep Manure for Pine Land Planting-And be sure
and Mrs. Ceo. and
Fogle S. C., where Mr. Biggen is in the
Mrs JT. B. Sparkman and her produce business. j to use Redland Brand Fertilizers if you want results.
brother L. t. Patterson returned
b Monday. tram Miami Beach where Joe Burton Jr., wilt leave Sunday 11
they had been for two weeks. for Atlanta to return his
Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.
studies at Emory University, wherehe
Mrs. Frank Skill and daughter,
will be a Junior this
year. |
Elizabeth, have returned from a Manufacturer Redland Brand Fertilizer
vacation trip to New York Atlantic B. c. Cowling, construction foreman MANGANESE DISTRIBUTORS

City and Washington, D C. and J. M. Cochran left Homestead PHONE II FRANK II. aCE, Mgr. HOMIiTEAD nJL
with stops at Durham, N. C, to for Miami Wednesday after)
visit Duke University and at completing erection of an addition-, a

R .


Announcing a Better Home Building tor 'you

r I WE are presenting a home building and financing program ia to $10,000 that you will be proud to call "home sweet home"-of

' > and'around Homestead that will give you a complete home as frame, steel, C. B. S., or otherwise. Short-time loans, one, two

yeu"w: hfc it. A small cash investment, balance like rent. FJIA and three years up to $2,000 for repairing homes, farm build

, loans-1 to 20 years. We can build you a good home for $2,000 up ings, stores, etc. Come In and let's talk it over.' .

! "


: Real Estate Office of Ben). W Morris Henry Behrens, Next to Dime Store. Homestead Florida



...... ._. Pate Six. .. THRLEADER.ENTERPRISE-._. .. ::. ...Ertdi t1gu@t.miwl9.11L ., In

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',. Social Event in' south'Dade, ,, ,, ,., .: ,t : : '

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-- ......... Baptist Sunday school held a beach -- ,

The Homestead Business and I art Invited WMfefrS'Hhe' showing part) at Miami. Beac(> Thursday Tom Collin was given a birth- played. ,. :. "..*

Professional Wpmvn'i Club heldoctal a I of safety plc !r"b; the Legion afternoon. After the swimming,I day surprise party Au,. It which After I refreshment ours-t,
in the hall M Wednesday, Sf-pt,. a picnic upper was served byMr also farewell home made ice cream and C&M l
was since he
mMtliK Monday evening In, I.t' o'clock'? "Trio *. C. N. Walker, teacher of the a party had born served dancing t .
1 the American Legion hall In honorot Present were* Mrs. C. H. Stef- class, Mia Elizabeth Home, and leave lOOn to enter the University Joyed. .. oJ

Mri. B. L. Blggen who will fans Mr*. A. C. Easton Mr. J. F Mia Marguerite Wollam. I of Florida at Galneivllle. The The guests included;:Mrt',';Arthur
lev* Saturday for her new homeIn Hammett, Mr C. L. Ooley, Mr*. Present besides those mentioned party was given by Mr, Lewis Cud Mr*. M., &., 'Miter,
Charleston, S. C. Don Ferreyra, Mr Cha Clinton. were: Misses Myrtle and :Anna Knight at the home of bill mother Mine Annabell and Teresa1 tutdd,
'Mrs. Clna Stewart who prevented Mrs Jane Nesbltt Mr*. B. A. Wal- Moon Mine Alta and Katherine Mrs Eva Collins, on Avocado Miss Lou Belle Grennell,,Miss Ruth
the evening1 program asa din Mr*. Ben Archer, Mr*. Big- I Vann Misses Norm and Eloise drive and the federal highwayMr Tower Mill Elizabeth! Skill; Mid
surprise feature told Mr Big- gen Mrs. Myer, Mr. Stewart Goasmin, Miss Annie Hartley Mia Collins received his birthday Loulie Varnedoe, Miss Barbara
gen' fortune by mean of "white and Misses Lucille and Inez Bevia I WlUela Bullard, Miss Ernestine, gift In a skillfully arranged Miller, Misses Esther and Pauline
magic" and playing card, and The executive committee of the I Smith,Miss Valera Fitch, Miss Virginia : treasure hunt Contest were won Knight Sheridan Miller,. Herman,
later told the fortune of most club and the program committeemet Hodge Miss Lot Walker by Mia Lou Belle Grennell and Lewis and Warren Kntght; ,'.MUjb
of the other present Tuesday afternoon to discuss Mia Virginia Trick, Miss Helen I Sheridan Miller Game, also, were Embry and Virgil GrennelLo ..
She served a refreshment court, the new program outline on "Our West, Miss Fern Robertson, Miss
angel food cake and limeade Town' Buiinoia" adopted by the Sheila Forrest of Macon Miss BILLY
atoo- I WEBB' BIRTHDAY er, Mr*. Joe R. Byrum, and duringthe
Mrs. Flora D. Myer. president, National Federation of Business Christine Hughes, the Rev. C. N.I I IS CELEBRATED AT PARTY I social hour, the hot !*i'erved
announced that the club member and Profession Women'_Club _1:Walker Laban Bishop, Harry Mn. Preston B. Bird gave I party 'Ice cream and cookie
Brown, Bobby Vrana of Miami,
Tuesday afternoon at her home for Those pff'lIntwere: June and
Bob Canube, Edwin Lawrence
MRS.DEXTER HORNE GIVES SCAVENGER John Frederick. Billy Webb, In celebration of hit Geneva.Vann, Carol Walker, Catherine
I ; seventh birthday anniversary Dixon and the hostess.
PARTY FOR MISS BETTY WEST OF ATLANTA ,LADIES'' After game had been played'odthe .. .. .
lawn Individual cake and
Mr*. Dexter Horne gave A scavenger Virginia Trick. Miss Helen Weal punch were aerved by the hostess ,
and Miss Betty Bowen, served Ice *. Wayne Calkin who now assisted by Mn. Paul Re1l\ JdI. By Katherine Orfaoede .
hunt Tuesday evening Apr lives at 820 3. Thirteenth street
cream and cookie Seven of the Individual cake witha a..www.wir"-w.w.rw-.w..wawww.a .
Mix Betty West of Atlanta Miami, has Invited the Ladle.-Aid
The guest Included: Miss Eunice lighted candle on each, were The' regular'-meeting'tot '..'the
Society the Redland
cousin who I* visiting here. The Community placed at BUI/ place.
Walker, Miss Elizabeth Me- Church to hold Its all day meetingat Homestead and Redland :"8'
hunt began at the Home home and Ilwaln Miss Marjorie Webb, Mia her home on Sept't. A covered The children present were: Joy club was conducted this week:' by
ended there. The winning couplet Elizabeth Kyle Miss Lucille West, dish luncheon will be served. and Sonny Peters, Ginger Nixon, Mr*. Mary Carlson Roll call ans.wen .
were Miss Lucille West and Clinton Miss Helen West, Miss Trick, Mils France and Marjorie Webb- and were report of accomplishments
Bishop and Miss Betty West Bowen. Emory Deering Howard Billy Webb. In baking and food prepara:
and Rex Faust Game also were West, Ernest: Campbell Clement The Calendar tion. The name of girt and

played. Russell, Clinton Bishop and Rex BENEFT BRIDGE TO BE the demonstration each ha given
The hostess, assisted by Mia Fault Aug. 27 Party for Young Peo- GIVEN THIS EVENING were taken.

ple' Service League of St A bridge party for the benefitof First and second year girl

CROUP SPENDS DAY A. M. Logan and Mr*. Stanley; Episcopal!; : Church at home 10hn"1 I the Woman' Auxiliary of St started pillow top while older
AT MIAMI BEACH WIttkop. and Mr*. Lee H. Lehman. John' Episcopal Church will .be girl started: collar Each girl

Mrs Richard Klnard Mr*. Russell Mrs Wynn and Mr*. Reed will Aug. fl Episcopal Church I'' given by Mrs. J.,S. Horton at her brought back her don finished and
Home, Mr*. Robert Glenn, Jr. entertain the group at the Wynn ben.:?.* bridge party at home of home this evening at 8 o'clock. received more arm and doll head
Mr*. Ceo. M. Sonnlchaen, Mn. J. home on Sept 28. Mn. J. S. Horton. The public 1* invited. Two demonstration were given
D. Perkins, Mrs. Ted Scarborough Aug. 27 Special meeting of -one'on posture by AHce Wysongand
and Mill Pearl Whitaker were the SACRED HEART CLUB Dome claia at home of Mrs. H. LIABLE RUTH POPE one On Simple manicuring" byVirginia
guests of Mrs. William Thompaon I GIVES BENEFIT PARTY Collier. 18 G. A. HOSTESS Kinner and KatherlhaCrfanede
at Miami Beach Monday Card Prize at the benefit bridge party Aug. 27 Arsine Club meeting. Mable Ruth Pope was hostess to *.
r. fame and swimming were enjoy given by the Sacred Heart ClubIn Sept. 28 W. M. S. Young Ma the G. A.'* Monday afternoon. The The tosteuei, thi*. week: were
throughout the day. Its clubhouse Friday evening iron Circle meeting at home ofMrs. member took charge of the pro- Gretge Terburg and Mary Bad-

I were won by Mr*. J. S. Horton Augustus Wynn at 7 JO p. In.I gram in the absence of their lead ford wlioierved punch and cookie.
JTTNIOR B. Y. P. V. HASt Mr. and Mr Frank Belt, Aug. 21 Lion Club watermelon <
SWIM AND PARTY ond Mr, Lora Pye. cutting and hillbilly dance f
The 'Junior B. Y. P. V. 6f the Others present wen: MI" and at den at 7 p,. m. I.! tfr 1
.. First Baptist Church enjoyed a Mrs'H. A Cameron Mr. and 1'11'1I. Sept. f-M'l'ttllll. of G. A.'* at l ::t

\ swimming party at the municipal Wm. Dent, Mr. and Mn. Howard Homestead Baptist Church. L

pool Tuesday afternoon 'and .a Lamb, Mr. Frank Panno, Mr*. .Sept. > Meeting of Redland
wiener roast later at the home of Ged. Barcui) Mr L. C. Smith, Mr*. Ladle Aid at home of Mr Wayne Concentrate Aspirinin
the leader Mn. Frank Irwin. 'Mlnnerley;Mrs. M. S. StudiUU. Calklna, 620 S, W.. Thirteenth
Punch 'also wa served. Mn. M. L. Walker, Mr*. T. X. avenue, Miami, t the Cough real'i
i Those present were: 1\11'1. Irwin. Evan. Miss Elizabeth Broeker Sept 13 Business meeting of
MargaretLawrence, Catherine Paul Broeker and the James Homestead B P. W. C. jn Legion
.. Rev Aspirex c9;
Dixon,, An"'nd Catherine Cloonan. ball l at 8 p.,m. .0'

\ Shackleford, Mary and Thelma
Itidford. Julia and Mable Ruth Those who attended the chicken Cough Drops .

Pope, Doris Cheshire June Chess dinner . Bur. .
Aspire* loner d>aa_a (artle. It enUU*just "
hire, Uldlne and Estelle Fairctoth, ton sponsor of the Burton diamond
s I' Madlne Gilmer, Geneva Vann, bull team, and Mr*. Burton were: ,ooojb aspirin le quiet a raspy throat. .Sfwtfrt, 'y1
i June Jenkins. Mildred Green Carol Mr. and Mr*. H. P. McDaniel Mrt lingers sad smokers tare fouoi| it the Weal Trap to'r

Walker Richard Bigger Charles Ed Brooker, Stanley Wittko\ clear the throal.
Robertson, John McLean. Charles manager of the team, Joe Burton, W.1a r a
Martin Von Gilmer, Bobby Mon Jr., Clinton Bishop, E. J:. Graham, Flirt, rt..r aIYS ?

roe Howard KIrby Arthur and Freddie Vihlen, Richard Edwards, the genuine Agarox Halibut Liter Oil
Bobby Hall Jack Webb Billy Ernest Campbell, nor Nelson, EUGENE .
Hutchinson, Joe Reynolds, Ray Pierre McDaniel Jr., Charles M..- Permanent Compound Cap..I
Andrew, Lynn Irwin, Arnold Mc- tin, Kenneth Kinard and Paul Rue Sell.'sollisa wave*-.IMSM% $ $1.00Aaw
,j, Itwaln and three visitor I Mary any IsMJoc cwts-.Wi *Wol pa.ly as td.. Rkb seam 01 Thank A a4aawwwa..e
+ Hotel and Ruth I ,
Pelt I and Laveme DL B. LSTEBBINS a per.eaaat tceasethat's ea..rtpatka ," 1Io1.a.--

Eby. JAM aS* kind ..* (...... Drpmkbb Ca code '
Fore 4e Exquisite Adrienne

YOUNG MATRONS' CIRCLE: Registered YEARS1 O tometrblIS I ; .-1110 pauine'wgLetommiag. .-.r...." I Face Powder Alarm Clock'"E
HOLDS MEETING Sa liru. let M "dre.a" 4
Praetke I* Homestead arose
Mia Jennie Lobdell and Mr Room I and T .leak foe dt* sts-, adr Mol large box 5 C 1..19
Cecil Walker were hostesses Tuesday McCrory Arcade ..MKiuliiions ...4 gateerg -.
evening to the Young Matron Hours: / Gee-sdseck. IIfIsJ' Roe aw.aaab M Paw boas w.w.aens4sael:
Circle of the W. M. S. Mr 1e.as ayadaaa.iy -lib.rOF-bar.t
Saturday T:30 to 10 P, m. .r.-o-.v
Lobdell er gave the directed devotional Bible and walk'// MAIN OFFTCLft. 1 Bush's Barber Shop Hi rk JJeaellMflk CILUMIUMU) r"usersCASCAns
n. W.
FUf tar. Miami. Fin
PItMh. and,eookle were Ph iwai 8-zJIt4-71 & Beauty Parlor of Magnesia Writing Pages .
Present besides those named TOOTH er Ewvel.es
were: Mr*. E. A. Buchanan, Mr*. Dr. L. W. ttebbtna, Associate Mb LllUe Brew, Operator PASTS 5 C

Augustus Wynn, Mr*. Wilbur 1OTHE
Reed. Mn Earl Pacettl, Jr., Mr*. Edward Caswks r.a.testa ...la '
Stiling = =

:D&M.A.BERGER"if General Insurance ._ _r.
FLORIDA CITY. FLA.Cee.P.tmAso.andA.e.a. I

Dentist Office Somt I m. to S ... sn.RimUr .
t to IS

First National Bank Closed IatartaJ'Free J. T. TO3IERUN I =as ':
Homestead, Florida :I' ,
I i Building Parking Space TRANSFER
FreUai Dan: Weed. BbaTfaun.vctMMst "
I Office' Hours 8:30-:30 1714 N. W. SITU ST., MIAMI : TO a. c.teHa lI1aPIITCall1lf. 11' ,
PBONC I-HJt j I -led !II ] : ( ", L.f:1:
0....'E..aJnri by Appotatsseat Homestead


sifts "


< !tifld .AuglKft 27; 1937 THE LF.ADEItENTERPRISE Paw Sewn


: I Bill DRKDIBraat No 11) A-IIOI 'I win \

n Ik. ClrmM Cart of ho ......1\ I*. NOTUjnVi* BBJtKRYWlWKN: THAT R 0 V CIirSSIFIEDDS 1 1
dlrlol (:...... af Florida hi and Pot .I" F. hiKth*.. hoMorjJaHibi *B [ Dado Joaaty. U Ckoaowy Nat JMIM. Tw poruriaato No.rZBi MMM Ownc! '' l ;
., A. D jSfc hj.* _
> SA Florida-.A'norporoUun, Pilnllff nALFRIBD I I hi my orflfc, and no nmdil ippllrttfcn RUt: IftserW i 1O k) Unef; nibfequent Insertions d
CABTKJLIONI and NELLIE for a lai dead ta ko Mud thorwn Sold:, GROVEShows : '

'*rn(" ,tONI. his wit* DotoHkuiM. I OorUnrato omkranM the '_I.. dMrria.H T and t p m.: Adm. 85eMillnee 1 Sf a lint
proporty la tk* Cavat*>.l Dado, Seats of
-.. .. QAPPRARPENDANTH to I Ire Florida to-wtti !I Saturday and .war

L.U.. black t. A......... plat of ZOO U ( .
CABT'QLIONI.' 120 Wars.sr.arse. B. Bt.Stn. FOR RENT FOR SALE 33 1* ton lard
alb I. ssd Z- I a! 0 It a I.. Rik.a I I I
yrovr.ns! RMd. Lined; I Plwksrt4 Plat Bssl 11. page It.to truck, atake. Dualls. Good oonditlon. -

; : 1 71 n Was& $9545. leyevid.s."."Rht .. : .....11M Consist of be" state '"( ...... I 1\1.>u Taea. Aug.M i I FOR HINT > apartments, clean i MOO caih. Dr. Cooper

t.r ABDEMRD Tilt ag.ssas d said -"to sadw 34. ItGflvnon. well furnished. Two have leetrie Rt. I, Box M8, Talbott Rd... Red.

e, p.m appear .* II....4hal...... Pets be W4 4th sash day M of the' MM Otaakoth MrtttlroM Ahraa.anted WM la th* aaaj* /JAII"r J"Af4A"Z' I stoves cad electric Ice boxet land. (p3r

I ......... A. D.. MM. J. tile kill .1.ae. Unless MM w.tlllassa .bell be ..........1 one has ordinary Ice box and _

eI pai.9 action do mess lssochmsw at ears =-*) to- hiv age sa't, deanrsbod electric troveOne apartmenthat j FOR SALE Clean aecorrd-iMMid:
js.Ibe : ,
1'\ :Rage' Mas4.fua. 41w--1 406 wm W nM I N businessbidder I mnncuasm
t .boa stied sad Millions ..1 sr the Court hiaii door on The flat Mini. I' large screened porch. Very toilet It* tank and twolnch
_..It tIwrMI dear" pro wstw.e will r": In tim nuatk at Hovtomkor HIT.1 ... reasonable rent. Concession to I connection to bowl and the solid
be entered sealn.l Tea. hhrk k th age day af s.p....... im.
LIIMlKIInRP.III" Is has.hev I yearly tenant Yearly tenants bran automatic
4 THE : Dated this 4lh day W A"" *. INT. tlUlaga Intidr
<........ .P. w.w.9apar.11I.which this "
?. ..day WON NO&lot p.Wlshd. 'et lost _. f.Clark B. LKATHIKMAN.o< Ctoowt Cowti {I I| preferred Good location 2 miter $7; next week M. Worth (11 toe

ea wads.F'ry Dad County FU-rldo. j 1 I I directly north of Homestead on, or hot food lug, 75c (new I US
AND>> ORDERED at w 0..... 1& 11111. ,
Clrmlt Court Seal
Federal '
highway Bi.
i corner Blf nearly
new potato digger
}..-.-. Mamk "Iorlda, 50 this the 1111I OF.JAMRLD.C. I
1 '. day el A..y" A. D;'1037. IA... .. II. N. It) .0 cayiM: drive. Apply to owner,f 'Jc Sage Grove E. Kings high.

1 'Clork T Circuit A Court, I Mr*. Eva Colons at above ad-+ way.

1 .' Dodo County. Florida.| KOTICB Or APPtrTATMN TAI | drew I _
By M. SWIFT. Deputy ChHk.: I' FOR SALE
lists Must be sold quickly -
.(Circuit Court Ball FOR RENT 10 scarified I
1i iB. F. F. BRIGHAM I NOTICE II HUSSY GIVEN THAT We*].. Than. Sept i. S 5-roora house, lot TSxlOO, one
i BolkiMar for omplalndnt 0. Bntnl!, holder .f City mt Mloml Tax ten | land til an acre. J. L block from stores need
1 put 1__..... Building I Missile NtoHkorod 1M... dated the Ird' JOB 'K. BROWN Naranja. repairs,
.aJalnl. ..j r\dIt I I day af I.... A. P INI hM tiled MMCortlflcaW I HiIaon.1 but U cheap: at $1000. Term:
. IAw.14Nf7.SsvkSwad10,10M) ta my offlM. and hM mad applfeatloa -
one.hilf cash balance
I and
1I 1 for tea dead M low taorooa naomrdoaM "" YOUR BIRTHDAY I I POTATO LAND 10 .c:.. ;
I with law. Saw H. A. Cameron Phone to$,
Soil J ft to 4
tI iNOTICB.Or APPLICATION FOB TAX 1 ombraooi tho 1ewI.. aVMrlbod AIMMARCil i I depth, ft $ per
: lltuoted la Dodo 0...... Florida.c.ur..j i acre. H. A. Cameron. Homestead, Fla.
(....... Bill No. Ill) A-BtM l...t 14. klk. .. amilh Of TIM
GIVEN THAT Plot Book II. pan 14, In the : 10 ACRES land 60 feet FOR SALE F II Farmall tractor
:. IB HEREBY pine t> frontage -
t Miami." (Ccwnw of Dodo sate of..... Frt. Sal. lie-, I, 4
.... f sated I
lomla I., I I 1,146 I on South lide.tpmore.: drive A-l condition; can be bought
nit and tM4 ,
Mind CuuatsTo.nag.*4b Certificate. day af Ao.No."" A. D. 1M., Sit:id aoMMBMnt certificate.f based.Mat property.n th sodas, CHARLES QUIGLEY adjoining Seaboard railway; ISO very cheap. Also 1131 Chrysler
WM >*' In '
kM fifed- same- hi my offloo, and kM= I 1.1, VnkMw*. 't. per acre. H. A.: Cameron. Home 4-door'aedani: new paint; food

. _. u.-o .s1& .CCwttII a t ...-low, stab t* k.*...110'1:od UnloM anordlaa-MM Oortlflcat* law an iholl Mad k*will r.i.m how, I "CRIMINALS OF TUB AIR 1[ stead Phone 73. jn 4 tf). rubber; very clean Goes to

fi...o M door}_ the ea. tint that brings :
J'1. thanes n th* ttk day of September, A person ttVOO.

.IiI of IrAs'hA\nll..... '::1':' .too-It- -t I'Mad' this 4tk day of A...... IMTB lI'j 1w'". Biota of "........ 1: FOR RENT: 10 acres scarified See H. P. McDanlrl at Bee Dee

.,. put By* II .saa 55. I. tile Cou.'. elr B. LKATHKRMAK.: I The __at ml MM proporto wMortho ..1 I land $10 per acre CASH. Alao Supply Co, (all)
. >....: iuu of '....101.. as ......<.... I* I Clerk af Clrt.lt court, / MM amlftaau send no la des aiaio i I 30 arere, tcarlfled $10 per
.. C._...rl/b.i898. fta' s.amsm.nt Dads oft llnkaowa.Uaboo .
preperyr are the said Cecil. Clack Court Sad Caair. Florida. MM oorttflcatt shall W riJuandaorardlo acre CASH. H. A. Cameron. 4-ROOM HOUSE: and lot, out of
1Il 'Ii. Los fr.d was i ..' all Va.ttl By R. JAMES, D. C. I U law th. praportr dojrntidthorola I i (6-z7) town. 1500.00 caih. H. A. Cam-

v k11eLwt.. 1 Block .. PlaM (A... .. It 10. n. ....., |) tko c.will...-be....odd. door la tho_ the kl.h first M btddorat Moa eron Jolt U)

a"1"1a( Boil S1 I pees 60. In dar ta tho aMHith at Octooor, IN7 whtekb I FOR RENT 8 acres of deep _

I'at' Dado Slat of Florida M.c.-.I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB TAX tko Irk dar o> Ortokor. HIT.Doted scarified pine land, $79. L. L
In tortlflMte No. till DEKD this liltk day of Anvwt. IMT.K. II 20 ACRES, of which 8 acres am
'' Mint tt MM 0 "a IF1frtsilooleJbRud uador (assets BHI N... Ill) A-HO Ii B LKATHtRMAH.Clorit: I Willlami, Home BId,, Home glade, balance pine land. About

I ? WM In. th* NOTICE! I* HEREBY GIVEN THAT Dado of ClrtuttCourt Comp FlorMa.1Ch..11 I-I itead. Phone 38.opa2'U 275 neglected tree -grapefruit,
unknown.' ......... Rayon Btaiiffor, bo|..rr of Rasta and
> Valaai oaidr Mrtlfkiot. *, ...n V* Court seal oranges and tangerine* can be
Ta -
County Certificate No. Mod
144 the
auordlnf to. .law, the property aWrlho" > By N. C. .T'RRETI'. A C.ASR. HOUSE: FOR RENT or Mlo--.3
Ird day ml August, A. D. INI hM filed '
1t "'..... will be Mid M the highest bidder"Iftrtb Muss la my DfflM and 4 made applba. ( t4 IT Best I. 101 rooms and modern bathroom reclaimed. 1150. Can make
... i ithm
:Kurt.huM door .* the lint N. tar a tax dead t* to. brad thoroon I I I Running water 2 screened eome terms,
ri.y In tho month of September, 1I8J Said' CnllII..... ombraeM UK NOTICE. 0. APpUt'ATIOJII Pon TAX ,
9t .Vlikk ath.5th day of SopUmkn 1017.4th i described prooorty M the County PRESS porches. Newly painted inside
pad this dny of Autixt. It'll.B. I.MI
sate of FtorUa. to-wlti
I and
out Garage, fruit tree
1. B. UCATHKRMANCtark ... I Lota M M. Tnmlaml 1.1....'OIl..n.l NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT SALE Rough lemon pants
I'I. .J' : of Clank ( .rt, lI..k N. hnldor aoibnioo ofBoytlwn Couple: only. W. W. Sever care
Damar Frlpp.
4 pure U. I. the County '" M I ?, tine size and
.;.tr'.1 ,.. Dade Cou.... FlorMa. I Rate 01 ........... Dralnon District Tai of Redd'l Dry Cleaners Hoifteitead. condition quality
I. t1J11 :po rI."" The .s.swm.nt of said prapwtp under MM Numbered ml. dated tho Ilk Ctttlll-I now $10.00 per 1000. Seed from
Hr H. 1A1IE& D. C. tho MM oortlflMt Hued WM la the muse A..._ A. D. IM*. kM flbd MM : isolated localities. Pure blood
1d 8.1:19) ". I IA_ 4 11. $9. 37)YAProw ) oft P. Glolteno.VnlM. MU la ..v of fleo. and kM awdo .
1r I Mid fattlflral* hall k< yid.ir.todaxwordlnr I,'ur U< dead to hnio thereon la aoordamio FOR RENT Modern 4-room atock. Dan M. Roberta.
., : : ATION f n. 10 law. the .....rt, doiorihrdthorola with law, sold certificate embraces thofoUowhw (513-a3)
, NOTFCjOl.,4PDLEC TAXI will ko add M the klalMM I II..te M the Gart.hmw door on the link Mo Dodo uvwlu Eva
Colllru Federal
Bill No. l..) ..-10.. I "iw"lr I FOR SALE Clean tecond-hand
dny hi the length of >nl. nbrr IWT a1, of of 8W% Botlon II, -
NOTICE 11 HERESY: GIVEN THAT!i whkk Y the 4th day .**-.._. 117. T..... I.. 14 Booth, Range 40 Vast.saalasa Biscayne drive. (jn ISU) porcelain toilet $2.50. Worth 15.
T .Jiw5 Bopor, holder of.r-d County I Dated this 4th day of "."' ..., l"l.1C. I* Arroo wont or .was la j
'Taft &nlihats No. the indsl'YtAug I B. tKVTHERhAN.Clmk : tho Count. of Dado. Stated Florida. HOUSE IN FLORIDA CITY for Nearly new cold water jug large
"" A. D. IMJ. kM 'II" same af Circuit Cast Tko aoMMmont of Mid prooorty undW/ opening for Ice SOl Big potato
.. ". md kM made iipllmtioB tar Count.. "......... tko MM Ortiriroto Iwood WM .la too same, rent by rear. Furnished or un-
.. .-. *- Mad Mrs.. BaM Circuit Court SeaJae.. ,- of Inlnrltr Rultf Carpe furnlihed. Inquire Leader-En digger, 7tc.! At Saga Grove, East
<......11.... ....b._ Our following doMTlhI By H JAMES D. a j Unless ":.1d"CorUArau Shan" ko T."anedaeaordng I Kings highway.R. .
.th* County of 1JoI rLPTS (Ana- I. II, M, SI) tu deed will houo .thoro.on terprise.
tt oa the IJnd-d.r of September A.
1M7. 0'1 I. RED FRYERS-Live or area.
tiKI. _In. 11, Township
u onntalainKion NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX Dated thin latk of ....._ WANTED
liana. II East DEED; I day A. D. ed. Free dell"'I) In city: Dion
40 Acres or ..... la the County dee ...71 1117
Florida. E. R. LBATHEKMAM. WANTED Listings of houses 535-M. McEwen Poultry Plant
under NOTICE IB HEBBBT GIVEN THAT Clark of Clro.lt Oovrt '
meat of Mid property :
I a tene tiriraM l Intend WM In UM ..-.1 I ISI Victoria N. CooI....". Inkier .. aiaunMoat Dade ,.. Florida! and apartments for rent. Henry BARRED ROCK breeding itoct
{ Stnlndon. Southern Drainage DbJtrfet Tax Cor.tlfleate Circuit Court. BM I Bchreni & Ben). W. Morris, N.
*)Todd twnUkvt .hall h. ld......., Numbered lh.dated the" kIt Br M. C. BTEKaETT, D. c. Prize wlnneii. I pen of Bishops,
a __ the property dMrriLr Ito Aatu.1 A. D mt. filed MM (A.... '0. IT ...... I. 10, IT) Krome ive. north of 10-cent 1 pen of Parks, also White Leghorn -
: :.. I* tM hlihMl UI tor | MM In my offkw. and bM made appllea, 1 tore; phone '4. all-U)
a l f tutm door IM too tint Won.' I, ties for' tai dead to Mos tk-n oa la a*. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB TAX I puUeti
ftf Srptember, 19IT nanUm* with taw said Cortlflrate om- DIED
y tjmenth POULTRY Buttery
nick- ntb rw *>lib d.y.1 IUDWO.IKffl: ?. Income the following dwrrlkod prooortp.ttuatod (..... Bill No. Ill A Hit I I FOR SALEFOR
Doted. thirUtft dq.1 AnuM. IMTMl. : ( la 1>1... Gusty FlorMn. towltlWVt NOTICE 18 HBRBSY GIVEN THAT brooder to accommodate K'OO'
B. LKAIHFkUJiH.h at NW"..'" BKM, NWK ofIWH Iroao B Kelly holder of Plata and Couwty chicken Alao & movable poultry -
..; 111140 4,11 of C ..I. Cowl. I of IE 14 Boitloa It. Towiuhlp M To Ortlflroto No. MT7 Mud tho Till SALE Good meta, Inter-
Dado 0.....,. ,.,..r.ds.Ire" South Ran** 44 EMt .onulnlnp N day of July, A. D. Itso. kao Ailed sane ':1 lock shingles |( a .pquart. Good house in excellent condition
... A'rw man or 'kM In the Cuntr ofnd my offlM tad has nod sppile.e .4 Fla. typo, with metal roof.. Will
l' rt a, H. jAIIII n' C.Aux. I *. Btat of Flwlita.Tho .a tai dead to bo l..a 4thtlffcat osSnrA M L & K electric.ronse $10. O. R.
_Ji: tr. .' ( .....15.c ... ITI aoooonapat of HM nrupmr anger ...b.... the following d.wi UM MM rurjf.U ..honed. Wai I. the .name la the O.ntr of Dado,*>BM. of *. Alice Simon. R. F. D. Rox
of Unknown Florida, fowl (120-124)
7 ItiOP APPLICATION IiOR'AXDRRD U..... MM CMilflcate shall bo rodoramdoiardlnc SAW It-U Ti-Mlaml" Pla Phis MlI. SOS corner Silver Palm drive

*,<' IN7M to ..... tai deed will Mos thr*. Plat Book I. Pan M. la the County 1 FOR SALE Tropical plant, citrus and Richard road. (J>OtJ;
t j on oa the ttnd day of 8. _..*.. A. D. "f Dada auto ..f Florida.
(fiTtClt 'ts HEREBY CIVEN THAT ItlT. The oiMiimont of MM property molar I trees and tropical fruit !oaeaion.
Vrtori N. C.I .. .bolder as .- Itated this lllh. day of ..--. A. D. the MM trrtlffcaM Mud WM la tk* aaawof Jungle Grove, Redlanl MISCELLANEOUS"
o +no.lhont Onhim District Tai CwtlfkW04 I Unknown.UahM I
( ls" sat SOON, dolod tko: 1917.'L B LRATHERMAN MM oirurirau ...... ko rntaomodaooordln road and Plummer drive.
1 day "Auau.1. A. D. 1929. kM fllrdid Clark of Circuit (rousts to .law, the prooorly dooorllMd PIANO TUNING ones rwo.lrlng
r.rtlfkalt: la my of ffeo, and kM mad. SeatDade c..o... Florida "'...1. will ko sold to the highest bidder I Dado, star of FVirida. Good used pi-.io for stew cheap
: lU-Mion for 4a, dead ta Man. atones In : Clnalt Court at tho c..__ dnor .. tile first Vu. The arm 0' of Mid proem aadwtho
a i ra.nrt., illh taw SM ConlflMIM ..wh By M C 8TFRRRTT.: D. O. day hi the smell. of Octaihor HIT which MM orllflcau Mead WM ,. UM nanw W. E. Koon ill N. W. Sid St
or the followtno. dowrlbod property (A... N. IT: Su.., I, 1*. 17) hi the 4th day of Ottooor IMT. oft Unknown.Vnboa .
r ,_ ...Dodo County. Florida to-wttl1 I Dead this llth day of Amnt IN,. MM ..nit..... iraH W red.4 ....
Tsa.a I, Bird Road r.__ Plat Book 1,1 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB TAX E. H LEATHRRMAN .awdInv to low. 1_ onMwrb..
i I _- ., Mntalnlmi ... "..* more or bM I DEED Clerk of Clack I I.. th.n1% will be odd to the highest b- Buy a Home
1 I thAounr of Undo .: of ::; 1110... Bill N.. III) A-tlM Dade County Fhead.I. 1M C.url dew .0 the tint M...
bawd hi ConlflraM 1''rTt.:1 l NOTICE IS HERERY OIVEN THAT Mask.Court BnlBy : 10 the le00th .f 4 1.5.,. 1941' Buy Grove Land
1 a dM .4 ol MM, properly under tko Mid I. C. Coa knkWr of State and Count, Yen 10. C. tTFRRFTT.!: D. C : tko 4lh day of OMobor. IMT. shah i
.: c MHtmtlolaod WM In th* aaai of U*.! Certificate. No. mil Mud th* 4th day I A.... U. art ...... A. 301 I Dated this spa tn of A....... .. Buy Glade LandIt
k n wa of Aural A D. int. hM filed Mm I. E. Bt LKATHKIMAN.
I. '"01.1\ W 01 'W'4 .'r I my 01'.... and two ....... appllootioa" fora NOTICE OF APPLICATION roB Tall Clark of Circuit Cimrt, I
b firm belief that higher
NWU K ......... It. Town tax dead ta .. burned thmmt. Bald Cor.UflMto IIIIBD i county, riurWoClrwitt my -
III 14 South. house 44 BaM, eoatalnmlArm embraces the fiilkrwlnr. duorrlbodproporty (Senate Bill No. fall) A till. "INOTItK Cowt searlee prices are imminentDon't
1 auro or bM la the County of la the County of Dnda, Sate of IB HERESY GIVEN: THAT By K C. iTr.RRCTT. D. .
9'aaf Florida. M ..n>brood In Florida, tows Mara N. Coun.elrs, 5514.. at tAM. !.. IT ....... .. C.I I quibble about ,..ree.De. .
I .tlflranTlMk. -. Th* aMn.mont ofAtrap.rty Lot 14, Block t. Trail Park Plat sad Guilty Tax Csrt/flan. No, Not =a, .'. wait

:ifd senior the MM Cortlfkuiw ...: Bo k .. poi 1... la the County mlDad. the Its day .1 Jsly A. D. 1-' .... filed :KOTICB OF FOR TAX, Bay new,
J-JfrM In the Homo af Unknown. .. State '"f FlorMa.tho Maw la my.11M..ad kM sad.. APODIRCT1I0N
Ua.id CertlflcatM ...... ... radorai.i TM s.mle..t .1 saw ...... applir.I 1 1NOTICE
;;;J.& On ties (or a tu dead ta ko Word Uurmml aoH BIN K* 1M> A MM Tenll thank me fee thai sapgentles
to law tap and will ho MM _1IIca.* intend WM tath .
sir SaM OortlflMI *aikra>M tho following. HtHFTlY
-Oft"M 1. Had day of *..._... A. .1, Uok w.. d'"rili IB GIVEN THAT)I a few months 1Ie_
Uslr! sail -'I,...M shall lit rodoomodaooordlna proporty nrtko.Cn D "** "* day "* AWmt A. D. a. .... the grower. doorrlhrd Itato Trove of Florida I'. Died tswk Road: FanM B BuhPlot 1'sash, Toi <>n 'K.|I' No 4ritt based tklIrd II. A. CameronNo
1117. day 'af Aonot lull, kM filed
Uwnrin Will W nose .
". 'X,'g. LEATHERMAN. the Cowrt-hoM door U fkt on Ino Mehst tint MMorot 11_ Book T, Pan It, aaatalnla 14Acraa MM I* n>y .,.... and ko. made ai.llo..
awr or too ta Site Coaaty of
Cloth .1 Clank Cart. day la ta* month of BnHoajkor, IN7 lines too n too deed to ko grad taoTMa.
Lptat IMdt Csastr Florida whlrk PJ t"'eu. day mt f...ptmh..r, INT. par Cortlfloat ..._ UM fod.mio
MrAug. ( tnrrUir4 pnvorty In th* dainty pf Jtado.luto .
Dated tab still day of A,","'t. INT.B. .
B> )t. ft BTEHaETT. D O B. LEATIIERMAN of FI.rI.. .. M-wtti
( M. ft Dope t. i.. ,17)NATUROLGAS Clerk of Circuit Court, AND WNDOW FRAMES Lot t I* e. Blank, tl. A" MotFJhakMk Charge for
Dsd@ asmV. ......... WINDOWS AND SASH I Park, a .......*. Flu Hook 4.
aNd Gawk Boal Pars IM. la th, Oontr ol leek oar
17 H. /AMU B. O. SCREEN DOORS of FlorMa. BOTTLED GASInstallatiel
r 11 (Aa.. a, II. M. lt> Tho iniiiaiinl ..f aoM pmacrty ..drrIho
MM mWiikW .Isund la the awn
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB TAX Tablet Cabinet Work: oft VnkM _a.val. ,
1 IIRBDIBoaaM teW w dike.. shell w 0.d.0m.
if Bill ,... Ml A IIM tuarJ aooardlo t* law. th* kmporty _loss
NOTICE; IS HERESY GIVEN THAT ReMenabte twloea with l .r.la will ko Mtd l. tho ..._ HiHor at
a N. WakofMd. Insider of state and Com.IP aateefl w.1i.a.awhie. ., th* Oeswbes door am the Oral Mondayta Wbea yea bar a Quality 1.
Roper Gas Ranges Ii Iiil Tag CortlflMW No. I4.l luuud Ih* l01I the mMth af Ootohor. INT, whir I,
day ./ AoooA A. D. IMP hM ..... soon la* ..h Aped Ortokor use.I Steve if..
I* mt aUta.. .N has a.Iwe II. C. HARRIS I I Dated... SHh dot af ..wk IMT.K. .
f JOW. Vt NEW : I for ton dood t* Ita Yard theranow Said a I.EATHLRPIAN, B.C.SIURPHYMeCrery
il LOCATION' ntlfhwap mkraM 1M ,.._",, Woodworking Shop I Cask d Clasen 6ooort
1, Ji:1.: od kropkray to tho c..... of Dada stone 1 Pad .....J. rtarlda
:ft..R. ;( ""'" 'sa JI! .. .A... I'of Flortda, M-wM 8th Ae N. eII* Btoeet ebdok cars a..1 1-' Amadat

I ; Jl Lot 4. Blank *. ..... 11_. Plat ._ .._. I .. $ Co ""alET!'. II. 0. .
....... .. ...... ,- ...

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IN AND AROUND -SERMON.....,..........TOPICS....-.-.."....- Del Monte
.. ...... ...-.-- Ant if-Morning sermon vacuum
(Continued From Pate Five) "1be Spiritual Ut,", train in cloth e'! d pu k
spring hit leased the Hodton cottage sermon: "Some Unremember- bags
oa Bauer drive for a year for tt KhMtmeMe." The a
Sept. 1-Prayer service nbJeei. Coffee
one of his employees
"Tke Story ., l.th". sanitary.
Harry Bowen returned Sunday way 011 Ib.
from a visit with him sisters Mn.Lymaa gHen by the Southeast Pwtmus- Slbs.LIBBY'S.
William of Miami Beach tera AttcciatioiMWtV*root sat den
and Mn W.R Bowen of Miami. cf the Columbus-hotel In IIoI 111'"I. Z'1C. Z7c

Mr. end MJB: Clyde Nelll and

Mr. and Mn. A. B. Langhaaand bundrv MILK 3 tall cans ZOcPILLSBUR ,, RICE,51bs..23cKELLOGG'S
three children win move next The Ladlea' Aid Society of the
week to Mlcco, Fta, where Mr. Community Church win hold Ita
LtngSem win be section foreman. September meeting next Wednesday CORNFLAKES2for
afternoon at the home of Mn
Mill Bonnie' Ben Myera returned Tom Cohemour:__ 99C: . _.., 15cCERTIFIED'
Friday from the Post and.uate NARANJAR. FLOUR-201b.bag ... ....
hospital where she was tre.t.ed
for tonr ltf.. "I_...__..".".. .. L
Mr. and Mn. Sam Toma .i end C. Jackson of Pigeon Key la PHILIPS GIANT CANS, DILL PICKLES
visiting his family here for coupleof
from No children Boston where art expected they spent Friday the weeka. TOMATO JUICE -4 for ..._. 35c quart jar ._. ..15c
aummrr.kl Miss Charlotte Darling; of Miami
B. biKtiman; -returned Sunday spent Monday. here with her mother 2 Giant Cakes ......10c ALL GOOD
from a two-week vacation Mr* A. F. Darling. P &G WHITE 110c Oxydol ........05e PEACHESALLINONE
spent at'Miami Beach Min Lucille Drlggera who has

Mr. and Mn Oscar Clonlngerand returned been visiting home relative Tborlday.Mn in. Georgia .NAPT A All for ........ .....-..15c- No. 2V2 can .. ISe
ion, Ronnie, returned Friday
from Athens Tenn, where hey .Ruby Xhuen of Miami spent -
pmt the summer Friday with Mn. Walt Bailey. Tomatoes No. 2 cans 2 for :15c Fruit Cocktail

Mnv Blanche Chapman and Mn Mill Johnny Lee Andrews U '
Mary Johnac attended :< banquet visiting Mill Kathleen Finder of No.ltallcan..l5c
Saturday evening that was Miami for a week.

I 0 I Corn or Peas2No.2cans.19c :

Oldest Chevrolet t SEEDLESS Country RollBUTTER Assorted Flavors

GRAPES lb. ........... 36c JELLO
Dealer on East CoastIN 2 lbs. for .... 19c DAISY Spkgs. ... 20c 11

Cravens tein CHEESE Far West Fresh

SINCE APPLES lb.. ........._ 23c PRUNES.No.2 .
BFSINE89 r..ar.a p AN. MARCH IMe 5 Ibs. _...._. 24c 2 can .15c
.' Tender Cubed
4 Crisp Del Monte Sliced
Iceberg STEAKSeach

r Passenger Cars LETTUCE21g.heads..l7c _..... .._. 9c PineappleNo.2 can h .23ePhilip'

1933 Chevrolet Sedan-good condition; good Rindless SlicedBACON .
nibber; mechanically good shape.......4225 Fresh, tender, English LIMA BEANS Fresh

+ + 1934 Chevrolet Sedan Looks good; rubber PEAS lb. ___..._. .. 38c No.2can,2forl9c'
good; tuned up and checked over; ready 3 Ibs ........ 29c
to ride; knee action ....................................$300 CITYChicken Sunburst Bartlett

1936 Chevrolet Std.Trunk Sedan-New tires; Tender Green Legs PEARSNo.24can..l7c

new paint;motor checked;car tightened, BROCCOIJbunch each .. ... 5c !
} oiled and greased.Looks like new car.......$475 __..... 20d .u.
Guaranteed to be 0.K. JEWEL ARMOUR'SPeanut
Snowball LARD Butter

Trucks Cauliflower l 4 lb.pkJt. ..... 55c 12 lb. jar _.....29cVANCAMFS. :

lb. .............. 12c .
1936 Whys Cab job with stake bodyjustthe Good Western I
Pork & Beans
truck for Golden RipeBANANAS Round Steak
light work and to get in and

out of glades ..................._...........................$375 lb. 28c Mb.cans,2 for.13cKOUTHEBN
1934 Chevrolet Long Wheel Base- ual *heels 3 Ibs. .._.. ... IQc Chuck RoastBEEF I LADY
..f cab and body. Make as an offer. I Salad Dressingor
Long Crisp
Other trucks and cars from 1928 up--aJl worth I Relish
the CELERYstalk lb. .......... 2fe
money. they it. 25c
; carry our guar I ... .
antee of value for your money. _______ 12c Rib or BrisketBEEFSTEW
Pure Gold Plain or Self
Cars as low as $10 downAsk Irish CobblerPOTATOES Rising

for details about this plan. lb. ........_. 15c FLOUR
f 10Ibs..18c Gold Coin 2Qlb.bag..77c

SAYSlal, BirdChevrolet SWEET I Picnic Hams Palm Oft .

POTATOES 'Ib .......... 28c SOAP .

5' Ibs. .. __.. 1k! Local Dressed 3 cakes. 17c ;

REDLANDAVOCADOS Tender,Juicy Pleasu Pure Apple, ,
Fryers, Ki. ... 35c StrawbermJAM

Coo 2 Ib. average Hens for stewing :

.Krome Ave., Phone 98 each ........ 12c aa7. ......... 30c 26-oz.Jar 25cIIo

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