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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: September 3, 1937
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
 Notes
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
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
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THE LEADERENTERPRISEVOLU1E




XXV-NO. 36 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1937 PRICE: FIVE CENTS


1; Marge Berger Leaving Bay and Pool to Furnish

UNITED FRONT 1 Today for Champ Play'NEW AVOCADO Labor Day RecreationLabor ;N.Y1PROJECTHERETO:

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j I Margaret Berger ace dlamonl Day will be observe

INDRIVEFOR ball hurler will leave this morning PATENTED BY Monday with aU day closing of all GET
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accompanied by bar pvtnt business and pro/eaaioiiaJ houwi
I Dr and Mrs. M. A. Berger for except grocery stores, whiff will I

Clearwater where she will pn ctl-p close at 1 p. in. in tccenuuM*with
P.O. BUILDINGCity I two days with the state championship i J. L PHILLIPSHas a holiday schedule arranged wader BIG BUILDINGEquivalent
girls diamond ball team '<>II the sponsorship of ttvt Radland I i iI
I that city before proceeding as III District Chamber of Commerce
I member of its pitching staff to. early In the year.

Takes Lead, Stand Chicago for the national championship -' Distinction of Being Fishing In the bay and swimming of Six Porta }

Expense ; Civic Clubs The Clearwater games team will play I I First in Florida in will in be Homestead's the chief methods municipalpool of I bles to Be Erected at s j

Aid and Endorse Such School i iI'
Action
| several exhibition games en route celebrating It the 10-foot diving Negro

"STATISTICSSHOWING to Chicago, the first of which will tower and children slide ordered -
QUOTE be in Atlanta. Dr. and Mn Ben NEW VARIETY TO BE last week, arrive today they I'j TO HOUSE 11031E EC, I

GROWTH get will make the trip to Chicago KNOWN AS "MONROE" may be erected In time for the '| MANUAL TRAINING II
also taking Labor Day swimmers Manager
Margaret and ether I !
Census Agricultural De-'I I members of the team in their car, Theo J Hider Mid yesterda U i
Discovered Seedling Said School Board Sponsors
they arrive later than today they I
velopment, Check at !.I of The Miami Ahern Beach diamond came to ball Homo-team To Be.Robust: 135 can not be_In place by Monday.: I With Aid of City

P. 0. Cited stead Tuesday night and gave Margaret I Fruits on One TreeThe and County ;

I a surprise tend-off party at RAIN HANDS WIN I -
Leadership In an Intensive and the Berger home on North Krome distinction of propagating I I"A National Youth Administration 1 1I

well-directed campaign to compel. avenue the first patented avocado lit I project for the re-erection on the

recognition of Homestead at- \he I Florida has been gained by J. J, :TO BROOKER THO Homestead negro school ground J
DUEl of a 20 by 120 foot building to b*>
logical site for .
I new pottofftee
I L. p-of Redland .Avocado II transported in knocked-down condition '
building will be taken by the ACCIDENTS Cnvea, who has been granted BORNE LEADS 5-21 from Camp Roosevelt at t

mayor and city council which met: I phwt patent No. 281 by th* United Ocala was sponsored Wednesday f

in I pedal session Monday night/ i TO UNHEEDING State Patent Office according to 1 the Dade County board of public j
W D. Home Co. diamond bell
'Information released yesterday by
to discuss the situation at present. / Mrs Nell Ice.
ed by Preston B. Bird former I I '1 Charles H. Steffanl county agricultural teem Winner of the second half oft Walker,.' boar member from t
AVERAGEDRWER schedule defeatedthe
local league
Buyer, and ,plan a line of action I agent The new varifty and $ Burton team rridaf'nitfhe/ :*: -lt Homestead, disclosed that the total n
that will bring long-sought re- will be known as the Monroe" cost would not exceed$*3Q. i
to cinch the second hall and win
ulU. I u.oooOO-: ;; the latent was Issued In the name of I t The cost to the school board will, t
With on the league championship for 1037
R. of the
Joseph Byrum manager
Mayor Tom Hart and Council i bao reduced to WJO. Mrs Walker
Burtons 1
men J. O Wynn and Frank B. Rue roads, equalling the total produce KuLipt grow- operations In the 1 favor The at score the beginning was a-0 of in.the ninth said if th* county commlacioner ,

were appointed by Joe L. Button, Won of the automobile industry Rutland District I agree to send county b'uckl" ,
I inning In the last tram. however -
i bay been '
Only three patent
council president I to represent thecity sine 1928 to the present It would ; Smith brought in a tally to Deals for the building, which
in the campaign Added to this' Uauec for avocados by the patentoffice. I would be almost equal to six .f the
seem that one big cause of socl. Two of. them have beengranted tie the score and the winning run
committee buildings now In KM at
by special invitation to 1 I portable
six In when Barrow came in
dents la "junk" cart yet only to California varieties and came
the: major Civic organizations thin per cent of all accidents are caused tho third' covert th* "Monroe fjom second on I single batted by the negio school
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week are Charles O. Tumm Red- II Two more portable have been
out 1I1'.1'fIn.Up. W. H. Graham.
land'"Dhtrtet"Chamber-ot Tommerce :1 ,through; wora tar* which wets discovered by JI sorely needed here bcaua of enlarged t
;"Wm. E. Rheney. Homestead Women driver to blame* Again In January 1935 when tt was I Horn won the first game of I enrollment and added, I II
only 6 cent of fatalities ere about three old. The tree post-teaspn series -of five with
Rotary Club; Thomas' E. Kirby per yean courses In domestic science and \
Redlaod District Lions Club; Wm caused by women drivers,-as far a seedling, was growing Close to Urooker Monday night, >-.. The I manual training but prospects ofearly .
J1 Ceronlmo. American Legion, a* the records ,show but the records a 'Valdin avocado tree and was lame Wednesday WM ended by I meeting of this demand ,were
rain with most confuting results
don't show much regarding surrounded by a number of Guatemala
and Mr. :Bird; Veteran of Foreign I lessened when estimates few construction
Wars women. _. varieties, Including the to fan unfamiliar with the ruler of such one-room, buildIngs -
Schmidt Eagle: Rock and Taft. Its When the rain came the first of the
A* outlined by Mr. Bird at a : Speed accounts for one-third of ran at high as 11009
In favor
5-1
meeting of the general committee i the accidents and one fourth ot the shape and general appearance indicates nuith the core was Mrs. Walker announcement
of Home. but the rule la that n
to the city ball last night. .t which. deaths. Only one out of five accidents : that it is probably a cross and the board quick appifvlng
of rain before both sides ha'-e
Mayor Harris presided and Leo Is due to night driving Only 'between the Eagle Rolk: and the case action followed a conference atMn .
C Bishop acted as secretary,1 seven per cent Of the fatalities art Waldln. of West Indian origin had a chance to bat. the at score the beginning reverts Walker home her Tuesday
to the standing
Homestead la faced by the com- I due to drunken driving The big After discovering the tree Mr. TIlt night at which B Howard Brawn.NYA .
of the Inning. scoreat
petition of Hialeah and Lake cause is failure of the average Phillips used aU available grafting district director laid that
Worth In the tussle for the $70,000pcstoffice driver to observe traffic rules wood to top-work 87 trees he had the beginning of the ninth was upwards of 28 young people between
Brooker, Brookerwas
of
2-1 In favor so
building which la to be These and other facts were I (Continued On Page Four) declared the winner I. the ages of 18 and 29 could .

allocated to only one of the three brought out by slides and talks In Home and Brooker teams have be enrolled In vocational NYA.
Florida cities now on the eligible Legion hall Wednesday night when Pre-School Round-up been strengthened with material: projects In the Homestead area 1C
register under this year's congressional Lieutenant Dan Reynolds In To Be Resumed Tuesday :front Burton and M n'l Shop. they are member of families certified .

appropriation.The charge of the accident prevention Horne took on Nelson and Brook to the district board .f social
quest for a new federal bureau of tile city of Miami L. C. Next Tuesday morning from 10 er took on E. Campbell Richard I welfare He told of the building
building her baa been In progress Mount chairman of the America! o'clock till 12 Dr. J. A. Smith will Edwards Stanley Wlttkop and .at Camp Roosevelt, vacated by

Intermittently sine July. W34 Legion Traffic Safety continue the physieakexamination Slim Finder. .abandonment of the cross state ;,
when a petition bearing 431 names Police Sergeant Oscar of pre-school children in the I The third game of the serui canal project and discontinuance'
and stressing the urgent need for and A. J Larson came Coundf.1 Homestead P.-T.A. summer roundup will be played tonight Victor for 'of the University of Florida School I
larger and more convenient quar-. Miami and put the show begun this week. The examinations the series will go to the team first 'of Adult Education. and said that '
(Continued on Fag 7w) local post take place in his offices inning three of the five games four of these buildings, which are
over the First National Bank of being allocated for federally sponsored

Cotton "on Out Ramie Grown .j Homestead I TilE welfare project throughout
I Way Mrs Jan Neibltt, public health WEATHERs the state have been reserved for
nurse who it serving as preschooland r. et at the suWyMw his district Homestead he said,
Here to Take Its Place I-n'"a;
Says Speakercotton : hygiene cbalrman'announces! ., ile.lnlea4 !weld.L could have one *f these buildings to

that the serums' for\*, Immunlsjo i pats' II.'l'lla'' Ber.; RaleAk4. MUll NYA projects It I sponsor
Ramie, often known as Chinese business. Ramie la made Into for filptherla and typhoid fever f 110 70 29.96traceAy and the eligible young people could)
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Maiden cloth, IS times stronger I the finest cloth known and its 11 a Ill be hereby that time, Some 28 -lll5 i 81 ..21.171 be found

than cotton will soon be grown I strength and other qualities have of the' 20 children examined this II .. .1'4' 12 1 70'' I LOa It was found that there are many
rAUl'
and woven on a commercial scale I I made It used for parachutes and week. she said left before theft ,. 30 __ I 184 174 30.02! OITlAul. avenue of NYA employment for'
In South Florida as the remit of a sails Cotton disintegrates under eyes were tested, and a few left JI ...._1 88 170 30,081 001. whit 'OutHt-11I recreational activities
manufacturing process Invented 2800 degrees Farenhelt, while before the vaccination for small r Sept. 1 _"..... ,I' II 171 ,30OfI 0.0Sept. and In the Improvement of /
after years ell research arel. experimenting Jamie will stand nearly twice hat gas was begun. I 2 ....I 188 1 12 130oal 0,22 (Continued on Page Twelve) i iI'
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'E. M.' >Elliott jpf'MIr amount;, of beat, hi fakt.'t, | | The examination and. Immunization :
sins told thi Homestead ,Rotary J:: B. Elliott outdoor advertising are free. Dr 'SmIth
Club Wednesday noon. executive of Miami aid he I* .it donating hit services, and Miami Symphony Orchestra to Give ;
**Mr, Elliott accompanied ty Ro growing| ramie on hit grove in the Mrs Nesbitt I* securing the serums 1
tartan E. B. Elliott of Miami, no Redland District and hat every and virus from the Hat Free Concert at Local School House ;
relation, attended the luncheon/ reason to believe that It can be health department.
Meeting of the local daft add mad I grown'successfully on glad land Every parent whose ehlldI --
to enter school kinder The Symphony Orchestra The performance .f the Miami
an impromptu talk on the project too. EM Elliott said expert toady { or Miami
that botlf trot antedated *cS.-' men I. lit the Lake"'region indicated (arten should either take he Childto will give concert in Homestead Symphony Orchc.tr 1* said to b*

wtoptng, After.th* meeting It: that from $100 to '1W an wrr per the family physician and family Thursday night of next week at of the wme-eeubre that sushi lows 't
wat disclosed: that the two were year net could be mad In growing dentist for a thorough check-up the Neva King Cooper School aud- crt IA Jnltropo.lltalccterl pay4three
going to Tallahassee that night to ramie, which gives four cuttings, or bring him fat the P<-t. A. examination toriunxi) There wall be no admhv and four dollar to hear. Tt* II
trganize a company for the pro-1 year and grew more prolifically Mrs. Nesbftt laid. .!Ibn chart*. w performances JIm ftext' Thursday
Auction of ramie heretofore 'unprofitable after each cutting Where it It not possible for the The program, whiSt will begin sjlght will be free a* the only ex-*

to product because' 80per Chat dykes. Miami Rotarian parent to brtttf ,the childP I T :at,t, ,'eloe:'", will contain musical pens la connection with the coins
cent of the fibre was lost to who was a delegate of the Miami A. member will call for bans Mrs: masterpieces a* well at popular cart is that of transportation from
the process of manufacture cjub to the International convent! Netbltt Mrs. Ben Archer, the president :1 simple melodies played by an aggregation Miami approximately 129, will be: 1
Cotton "on tM way 01.11." Mrllllott lion held at nice, and represented or Mn P. a Bird Mr*. Virginia ot accomplished roiul- borne by two local business men;
said, because when Its price the Homestead club u alternate I Edward or Mrs. CeO, NWtkefleld clans gathered together In the Miami acting u woMor, who Inns requested -
flU pegged at 12 cent poundj, gave a report that was Interesting who are helping In the I Iftltmlt area under auspices of the : that their name be with-
South America -wat" put and titrttC llVl:" t' m -r ..,. 1 V'Ire notified. I Work J'ro&rt AcSmJniItftUbIL I IIII held frOnt p Jt11tatfe",


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Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday September 3. 1937

Mrs Kavnev, -;and two suit of''To Boost Persian Lime -'
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harvest the crops from 23,250 acres Rehwinkle at Office l left the
He
Seller
POSTOFFICEContinued c> ft from
under cultivation-end the fam- I Juice for Rinsing HaJj
Meet Patrons home without wing 'Oocl-b'lIM
I Daily to
Illet of these farmers and laborers. early I -
but ticket to Miami
l bought a
Added to the normal increase I j A box of Persian limes cent ]
( From Pile One morning.
figure of 785 for 1937, It will Principal Jennings A. Rehwinkel 1 Tunas Police Chit \1.larId.. Avocado and
ten, was tent to each of the Flor- Bell watanested by |
readily be teen that the winter announces that he win be In bit had attempted time Grower* frot'thei packT!
Ida senators and representative O. H. Sullivan after he
population of the entire area totals office in Homestead High Schoolto Miami ben!i plant at Naranja to those in ch "'
officials the
In Congress and la ranking to till
of the poitotflct department 10,33), approximately.A meet school patrons every day from a roadside barbecue stand I|,:of the Rational Farm and Mo

In Washington. The only ten. recent check: of the patrons of until school starts except Tuesday some distance north the regular j' Hour brought a boost over t rA
the Homestead office and Friday when he will attend : i'I broadcast three weeks
f Iblt result obtained thui far bat post baaed toss elation at Betlj popular a
been the placement of Homestead upon an exact tally over a periodof principal meeting In Mlami.School ;I 1 wmunded a lawyer anti hit hearing -)'I The tpekker told of Persian II'pie

m the eligible list and several vifHi four days, shows that there are, will open on Monday was postponed until tonight, that had been made with'
from postal Inspector to review even at this dull aeaaon of the year, Sept IS, at 1.30: o'clock. A faculty to-enable him to nuke.*ITlnee-j I I fruit received and gave the reel)
local condition on an avenge approximately 1330 meeting will be held on Saturday,meats* for legal advice |I which had been tent with the liflll\

Since then the need for properfacllltlei person using the poatotHee daily. Sept f, at t o'clock. i I' temporary abode tn the city Jtli I I, by the coM>prratlv nuoclati
This heavy patronage U due to the Mrs. Thee i. Bleier hat,been appointed -{I Another piece of publicityFlorida
bat frown vastly greater, fact that we have no city delivery, English teacher in the high' I Persian limes la said
to and official
according exact and several tripe to the poatotfice school. D. E. Moomaw science Lions and Ladies Hear be coming soon In the form'syndicated o
data week the
complled.thla : by
are made dally by many, at there teacher, has been transferred to Dr. Russell Williams I article on Penian
committee with the aid of considerable -
are three southbound and two Andrew Jackson Junior Hlgb juice in water M a hair rinse&to
volunteer assistance. It It I'
northbound mall. School in Miami and a successor be written by Madame Qui VIvfwoman' ]
believed by Its sponsors that t.I IIta..ment hat been appointed. Mrs. Dr. Russell A. William of MI-
The Inadequate service for this not yet page writer for King fci
of facts, backed by resolutions the fifth and ami was the principal guest speaker -
Edna Bird It to have
unusual number tutus which furnish features I t
from the major civic dally of patronsIt
of
groups at the Ladiet Night meeting
sixth grade home room which theorll.II.1
in line with I recent suggestion readily illustrated by the enclosed Redland District Lioni Club In hundred of newspapers throughout
from Senator. Claude In diagram, showing how a few faculty Pat recently pub. this countr'lnd Canada. "
Pepper I
the clubhouse Silver
Uihed assigned to Mr*. Mary, : on
peison at one of the several Pllm'l
telegram to Mr. Bird should be any
drive Tuesday night Dr.
: Webb, and Mill France Done,,
sufficiently convincing to decide window In the lobby of the post- not Mrs Willard Fifield al the re- burnt, who was introduced by Mary Eleanor Williams ,;
the issue In favor of Homestead office can create a congestion that and Judge Mitchell D. Price of Miami Gives Freshman Recital
render other windows port stated, is to have a third ,
when prevented to the proper. practically fourth grade room. gave an Interesting address on the I
authorities In Washington useless. The general! delivery subject of "OptimlinV The department of expression oil

The general letter which win window It to located that only with I Dr. B, E. Gatlin, program chairman Wiynesburg College at Wayne
be sent to chiefs of the postal and difficulty can patron reach their Six Monkeys Are AddedTo .I Introduced John McKlsaock, 'burl, Fa., presented Mist
treasury department at well at lock boxes, which are confined Jungle PopulationSix Lake WHOM
I magician from Worth I Eleanor William, daughter 'of
a small area blocked the
to congressional by general
repreeentaUvet,
mystifying exhibition drew -
II applaus6. Mr. and Mr Casper Wllllami of
deUvef1l1ne. I ,
will be couched In the following
partly An added feature of the
Naranja, In her freshman recital
term, subject to minor revisions During the: winter months, and recently purchased monkeysa entertainment program was the
at another meeting of the even under normal conditions, the pair of squirrel monkeys and,, showing by Walter Cook of Miami recently Catherine Fisher Schaeffer who:
committee In the City hall at long 1'ne of at the a. pair of whiteface ring-tails from !
negroes general
p. i I Beach of motion picture of the recent spent a few week In Naranja this
South America and a pair of ver-:
m. next Tuesday delivery window makes It rather
f I Florida Lion motorcade to
spring it head of the expression]
vets from Africa-were added to
In support of the city" claim embarrassing for white patrons. the Chicago convention.
the monkey population of thTropical department: at Wiynesburglege. Co
tat preferment In the matter of Passage of the Everglades National Named at a committee by Pen- '
allocating a new post office building Park bill at the last session Monkey Jungle Tuesdaywhen j Went J. R. HickJon to serve jointly -
the Mr. and
proprietors Mrs.Jos.
to a community where the of congress will undoubtedly bring with the LIar Club committeeon selected to represent the club M
need for better facilities It Indisputable thousands of people to this area, DuMond, and their sons Jot civic beautification were Dr. the general committee now engagj
Bill and Frank, returned from their I
a number of pertinent which It the natural gateway to Catlin, Dr. George D. Reuhle and., ed In a campaign to acquire a new
I.eu. based on federal, state, coun- the park region. Completion of summer vacation in the north.. R. R.Kinard. Thomas E. Kirby was : puitofflce building In Homestead.
With them
returned the
ty and municipal statistics, have oneyearold -
the Overset ----
Highway to Key West
chimpanzee, Jimmy, who accompanied
been assembled
from the office of within the next twelve months,
County Agent Charles H. Steffanl the family on Id vacation
and the vastly Increased motor
and other official sources raffle trip.
passing through Homesteadn
The DuMond visited relatives
When the present postofficebuilding FORD DEALERS
consequence, will tax our limit.
In Beachwood N. J.
wit leaved In 1831 the and Lyme
ed facilities
even more sorely I than Conn.. and Mr.
federal census of 1930 gave Homelte.d at prevent DuMond spent two
week at Warren Buck' too at ,
a population Of 2318. At the
The location
present of the
post-
tame time I total of 6,800 of Camden, N. J. I
acm office Is serious
a 'i
handicap to I
vegetable were under cultivation public, al. It It located on the main
In this area at follows: 1,000 acres highway to the Florida Keys, Royal painter of Miami finished some>> Sept Clearance Sale
of tomatoes, 800 acres of potatoes, Palm Stale Park and the National innovation work on the home of
.
1000 acres of miscellaneous vegetable Park. The building! It at a four- Mrs. Luella .Kavn y on S. Krom

point intersection In the heart) of I cvria; where he also had a room,
The 1(30 consul for the outlyingarea the business section of the city{,.he la said to have departed quietly,

served by the Homestead office and, for the take of safety, much with a number of articles which 1932 Chevrolet Coupe; RS..........................:.$175.00
was given at 1308 or a total available parking apace it sacrificed I!did! not belong to him. He will be'

population of 4620 for the area at by necessary non-parking I' i.iven a preliminary hearing be- 1930 Chevrolet Coupe .................................... 95.00 '
the time the poitoff was leased. zones In the immediate vicinity, I fate Peace Justice S. L. Kendrick!:

Only 471 square feet of public for the protection of pedestriansand It'.30 p. m. today on larceny)
1930 Chevrolet Roadster ...__ ........ 85.00
pace was allotted In the building motorist alike cl'aiget preferred by hit former .. ....: ..
to serve that number of people. employer sad a room-mate, C. L.

The apace soon proved Itt Inad- Miami Painter to Get Seller 1930 Chevrolet Tudors and Fordors (4) ;
equatacy to serve even the 1931 According to Constable J. M.
population Larceny Trial Tonight Scarborough Ben it alleged to' choice ...................................................... 85.00

In 1939 the state census gad" ,I Ia've stolen a hand-bag, some co*.

Homestead a population of 1116 When J. _W. C. Bell, itinerant nctici and about $S In cash from 1932 Ford Coupe ......................................._... 195.00,
and the outlying area 1(10, or a
I

total of 6928 persona In the territory 1931 Ford Tudor; clean ................................ 150.00
served by the local office. In

that under year the cultivation total vegetable totaled acreage i3,:j ;, Opening SaturdaySeptember I II ii' 1930 Ford Tudors and Fordors (3) ; choice 100.00

350 acres; an increase of more than I I II

200 per cent In five yean. Thl*' I Ten various makes from. $2Q.00()( ,*i acreage was divided Into tom.toea,1 '
'
6 good rubber. .
WOO acres, potato, 3600 acres,j '
beans. 37JO acres and ;
eout vegetables, 6000 mlaceolln-I I II Fifteen late model Fords, all 'body types, at the

Bawd on the avenge yearlypopulation I II I lowest prices quoted in this or Miami terri-
Increase between
I tory.
yean 1930 and 193S of 161 people/
In Homestead and 302 In

lying this city districts are Increased, the 1937 by figures 322 and for Pioneer Appliance Co. We have only 30 days to move these cars go come


In total the Increase rural action of 924 by In 604 the, or put a, to our Used Car Lot 103 South Krome Ave.

two yean. The normal JK Homestead and make selection.
your
son In the
territory served
SID L. KENDRICK
Mr.
Homestead poat office toda popUI..1 ,

WM on this conservative o

During the winter, or 209 North Krwne Ave.

months from October to April, It j
It estimated from government,
state and county figures on file in! TELEPHONE 45 Redland Motors ;Inc..

the office of the county agent that i :
we have an Influx of I
ly 24M people, thla approXlmtte-j' PHONE 21

ing a number Of I

tonal farmers the 1ItC.WIar11Xj j f'v Fords & Lincoln

Ira: label required to cultivate andre Carrying; a Full Line of I

=swum ,
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NATUROL GAS 1i 1iI Apex Refrigerators, I Surveys Maps .



Roper Gas Ranges I! Washers, Vacuum Cleanersand A. R. LIVINGSTON '

I NOW Dr NEW' LOCATION REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEERRegistered

. a.II I other electrical appliances Land Surveyor
rteg g. wen as It, it,_

J.:" '''- _....J not 84 HOMESTEAD. FLA.Pace .

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Friday, September 3, 1937 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Pave Three J I I


REDLAND TO GET'Detroiter Buys 40-Acre I .4-H SUMMEK CLUBBy AI Jansen Appointed r t .

Tract; Planting LimesTen Ktherls Orfaawlea Electrolux Head Here (

NEW COACH. AND! acre of a 40-acr tenet oo" Mrs. Mary Carbon cam down Al Jtnaan. sTreekKent ot the {fill-i )
Farm Life road, bought by Frank' from the Miami office to conduct, ami area for nine yean and Serves'
HOME EC HEADDue R. Might of Detroit, from John P.I the meeting which was held In the Electrolux salesman for awe yean.
Neafsey four week ago, Is being summer club room. I this week: WM appointed reprsetttitiv -I I E I'I'I
scarified and ploughed preparatoryto Assignment were mad .a follows In the Homestead area
to pending transfers to Miami the planting of Persian limes. : Bring to next meeting all' for Gas Appliance, Inc., of Miami,I
schools of teachen who were The work Is being done under the handicraft articles mad this summer distributors of kerosene and gasoline -
on the Redland school faculty list I supervision of Al LJndgren. having at least three finished, operated Electrolux refrlgtrator -I I
last year, Principal Carl Wagner, Mr. Hight is.an official of the also bring all record books and required *. {
who returned with Mr. Wagnerand Budd Wheel Co 1Ir.r.Detroit He I work. .1 Mr Jansen will operate under 1 .
their three children Monday will probably winter home| A demonstration wu given the name of Janaen Electrolux at
night, sold yesterday that hs 1937- :OB his newly acquired property, the cutting of a true bill by Julia Room 10, McCrory Arcade. He"
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completed, The hostesses next week will be Mn Jansen and their two: i
'Addition definitely made to the "Yes, my dear," said the funning' Haydeen Gilmore, Fay Skinner, daughter expect to move to 1 Utilities i\
staff, however, Include D. R. Sny- :lady, "we are going to Paris again'Belto Jean Bullard and MlltredSevery Homestead In the near future.
der, tor six years director Of athletics :this year It will be our fourth The hostesses this week The new Eectrolux) representative
. at Unlcol County Hills visit I say to my husband, 'Dar were Lydia Vlhlen and Alice Wy- tor this area announced that I Homestead rhone SIS-M 1
School, Erwin, Term., who hat accepted i ling,' I say 'we are becoming positive -I lIOn who served punch and M.... James L Bird of Homesteadwill
that tame post with Bed- Parlsltetl'"-.London Herald. 'cookie. be nn associate I

land.At Erwin Mr. Snyder had a stiff .
of five eoachei assisting him and I

Vnicol High basketball turned team out that a championship cam- WE DESIGN THE DIFFERENCE> > >'

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with Miami High Miami Beach '
High, and Edison Mr. Wagner Je
described him as six feet tall ant
weighing 200 pounds, S4 yean of I'
age, and married. He is I .
uate of Caraon-Newman Ind-I
at Jefferson City Tenn., and hat
don graduate work at North

western.biology, English He I is 1 :dl\led to teach,I < ;: .... ; WE MANUFACTURE THE DIFFERENCE: *>

and .ha will be assigned to teach I
one or more of those subjects la I i A.
addition to his physical educationand ,
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coaching lnstruetton.F. .'- I .. '1/."; .
R. Gutterldge,. former Red- J '-
land athletic coach, resigned |h& 1 : i 1 I
summer to accept the principal-' I .
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who was grauited from Redland
High School In 1933 as valedictorian '
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from Tlorlda State College
lust prI ,'wI\h a-rnaor1it Boms>> ; ij J.i i : UJWj
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pastor, the Rev C N Walker Mrs.I
& L. West, Mrs T D Piche and nd..J 9
Mrs. W.lkerave been appointed -
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HE LEADERENTERPRISEPublished -1 1I}I I ... THE i

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MARJORiE UACH AECHIRAsvodat 6AU4r II I
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Entered u send claw anaUaaatter

March S, Hit. at MM ,'*.l -, --

ttkw at Homestead,Florida,wOcCk It was enough< for a filling e t ,
act *f Much a. 1171. station man'f wife to run out of .
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gas, but when another filling sta- r l ,
BVB. MICE f LH A TEAK t
.. tion men's wife misunderstood and r yC
put kerosene In the gallon can that
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Are Men to Wear Fewer later wa emptied Into the car you
couldn't se the lady for smoke-
Clothes? all the way to Florida City
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Mm clothe hurt hardly
-that with to much already accomplished -
changed in a century. The only
In the building of the
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; municipal tennis courts and
even
Cross exaggeration to define I It
the nets bought- tennis devotees
thusm! men's clothing In the
wonder why the machinery now at
twentieth century has beep the
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work elsewhere was not put buck
swish from \crshwd costs and
on the court long enough to finish'
undersexed trousers to undersized: 't
rolling them and otherwise
trousers get:
coots and nv.Tsized according qt
them ready for play--especially
to Hal O Vermes In the I
now that the diamond ball league
RoUiian Magazine.But .
series U over |
when and how will these ...... I 44

"slavi's of fashion" emancipate -that new deal I is In order--.and I

themselves! Just whit should be In the making-In the matter of i,
done about It' Mr Vermci often Rftdlanii school teachers llvlnf in!I

a few suggestion: Miami and commuting -.0--the I

'In consideration of the extreme school. "* both patron and those

sensitivity of the conservative In authority feel that such a condition

miles, ot "acdjualatance, and U not lor the best Interests!t
having no m&lldout desire to shock:' of the pupil or the community. f I t

my own sex, I shall tint make avery ...... I WAZi

gentle suggestion: we men '-that U a certain prominent South,
should shear at lent a foot from Miami baker would divest himself I AAGLSl

the length of our topcoat And ot his raiment and strike a pose of ftV 4ee PIES
right here we must accept the incontrovertible wIth bow and arrow, he Would l 1A0,4 QEAGNNC"AfA771,017Y

fact that men wen portray the part he continue te
entirely too much clothing They play In the lives of youngster who

can keep warm In winter with hall attain home and happiness in his

the bulk. Scientists tell ua that two employ.A .
thin garment are warm** than During the war between the states doned.

one thick one. Thus we men can court or Florida produced a leader who greatly;
CHUCKLES One of the most of the .
comfortably wear lighter clothing distinguished himself by his audacious Interesting exotic

without: undue exposure to.tho One of the dally exciting event .lrploitslWith was CAPTAIN J. J. DICKI- palms found growing in Florida :
elements In New York 1* the sailing of a S but a mere handful of known as the FISH-TAIL or TODDY

"Let ua aim shear off that useless trans-atlantic liner. The commotion troops under his command he frequently PALM, from Southeastern Asia. Its I

appendage, the shlrt-Ull," he of hundred of taxi rushing: captured forces of greater number without flowers start blooming at the top of the '

urge "And snip off the buttons to the entrance of the pier, the loss of blood and so successfully did tree. The next season the flower stAlbhe -/

on our coat sleeves. And the cuffs long line of passenger and well harass the Federals, along the 81..are produced lower down the trunk.'

from our !trousers: _which are_ aunv wisher hurrying up the gangplank Johns, between Jacksonville and PalYear by year this procedure Is continued

pay conecion ot aim dirt. gram. to the deck. Into the reception < atka', td n..f.. ""......B' ".. "...... _.._.. until the bloom- flntslfv fei ti"-\sliiti4' *f
and bill of paper room and around the bar, made extremely i unsafe and later abanthe Around level and then the tree-dieL' II
the crowds milling about in high,:
"And away with the double- 1
chatter kissing, crying, laughing,1
breasted coat!
Away with the stiff.bummed -
dress shirt, with drinking Is an unforgettable NEW AVOCADOContinued to four and one-half Inches The I 'Why' the tent me to the village .

tiff straw hats, stiff top away h.ts. tiff scene There la always the late fiend-is a clear bright: yellow with.'to get some cold cream, and I got
hea\ brogue. Let arrival rushing up at the last split! a ting ol green It Is tre pf fiber,'ice cream. It was the coldest they .
ui remove once second. The wonder la that, In aU I j and has a nutty flavor ind-an; oil had." Annapolis Log.
and
fur the stiffness
Which
lulu In all stuffiness. re. of thl* contusion, It Is rarely that, ( From Page One) content of fr-ent tn. t le percent I
a pallel1ler111....* his boat or that: cut back in his grove They ire \ >.
With another clip of the shear well-wishers coming to Easterner: "I was out west list .
see a
now two years old and. although, i Mr. Phillips plan at present to .
let '
u do away with long trousers, friend off fall to hear the -All, summer
after In hour's wear-unleu we I Ashore" and find themselves In' somewhat damaged by thstarm propagate and raise a large grove Westerner-: "That so' Wasn't
land itlff-kneed and refuse to sit 'midstream before they realize I'I late In 1835, some of them are,jcaff of the new variety for his owri I them hills"Th -*.."

downthey make ui look aa U we their predicament But such misadventures -i 1 trying a good crop this year DIM!\ trade 'Under his patent rights. He old bus averaged three1.
bad suddenly succumbed: to a *ever do happen and aomeUIMS ''tree alone Is bearing as many as I* one of the largest growers ot hundred and fifty mile a day"

cane *f mump 1n the lowerextromltlea as in the'case of Thomas I,1138 fruits The owner has grafted avocado and Persian limes in the "Wasnt them hill- -"

1 propone' .that* we Richard and 1IIIIIr1\. they happen I'734 'lddltlon.1 trees since he budded Redland District He acquired In "We only had two puncture.," ,
wear knickerbockers To both ways:. i I i the 17 trees In ..J935.I 1920 his present holdings of 130 "Wasn't them-."

my mind there If nothing more This trio, unable to locate the baron I The "Monroe" Is said to be unusually !ncres which are *et to 60 acres of "Did olhtoon'lnJlli to a gallon. !
comfortable."On vigorous, avocados and 70 acres of Persian ""Wasn't them--- -" ;
the boat, decided to go downto upright and, ; \ .
the beach, we men are the street and drink their bon well-branched with a robust, hardy limes the latter being marketed "And two hundred miles !to

showing signs of unity There we voyage In the saloon opposite the'f growth,, distinctly! foliage and In-I Ffed under' the. trade name of Byrum'every quart of oil""Wasn't ;.
ess His "
are adopting comfortable attire pier. Alter a couple of toasts dlcated: resistance to scab It Is products are packed -
But elsewhere, we seem to think hey figured that there was just', claaaed under "A" varieties and I and shipped in his own modern "Oldn't stop at one garage." ,, ,
that when we show our Adam's enough time to hurry back to the I I mature it* fruit In DecemberIJanuary packing house on the property. I ''Waa.I .-"

apph'-. we are debauched. And to boat> and find the bar for one more I I and February The fruit I I I|I "Boy, It sure was a I

disclose the male 4 kit .li considered toast The three hurried out Is dark green and weighs from :2] Frown trip I" .

the height of daring Whit when Thomas discovered that he to X ounces, with a length of the I) "What was your sister so provoked :: "Yes, but the scenery" ""

It to undeniably! true that not many had left a package. In the saloon I to six: Inches and width of four ) about?" "What scenery Winnipeg
nd turned back for It, while! Tribune .
peopli really care to look at a ,I _
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man Adam's apple nor eveji his I Richard and Henry continued on I -
ankl" yet I Wilt that no sacrificeIs to the boat Just as Thomas whorecovered
too great to make In the name his property, reached the I II

ill comfort" I bier after battling through the Fertilizers
cheering crowd, the gangplankwas Seeds Insecticides
lifted off and he was unableto
While not many FlorldUn arewult : ,
of get aboard. A man at his side,I ,
It this state of ours la a
taxpayer to the sate of Oergta. IUUU observing the mishap, expressed
this year I* "'7.10. A unalder. his sympathy, "Tough hick to have I
misted / for '
your boat, he remarked Fall
able part of the farm
the state hoap'tal for operated the insane by, "Ye*," replied Thomas sadly, "but) Crops
t's tougher
friend
my there
up
a< Chattahooch U located in
-they cam to see me oft"'- .
Georgia It 4ta been owner by
,the state of Florida tor many Heavy Stuff We have
year a fresh supply of '
Stokes'
I and! etch year Georgia M a sate Simons', and 'Landreth's -
JMK! the Georgia county borderingon Tomato
Seed.
. the florid auto line benefit No Charge for Also Peat Moss, Goat and

This la probably the only Instance Sheep Manure for Pine Land
where one state In the federal] MTHEDJGAS- < Planting-And be sure

union pay direct taxes to another to use Uedland Brand Fertilizers if
'sM.--pradvnton Herald. Installation you want results.


What wa do doubt happy an.
/ When you bay a Quality Gas Florida East Coast
niversary wa recently reportedby Fertilizer Co.
a Missouri newspaper. the I Item Steve from Manufacturer
wading with this entente, 'At the,I Redland Brand Fertilizers
B. C. Ml'RPHYRean
Mat table Bat trsndp and the MANGANESE DISTRIBUTORS i

birthday cakr beautifully lit up "j 1-1 MrCrory Arcade rnoxt It FRANK 1*. RtE. bug, HOMESTEAD FLO

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to offer than, home( . the family united-father, mother 1
In all ages men have paid tribute to the power of ;R;

children, in their own house,on their own land-happy \
I .1 1 home life. Cicero wrote,, nearly 1 two thousand years ago
and independent In a palace that cost millions or in a rt
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cabin i ;built Vith his hands is a ho Is independent
own a man happy "
place. Goethe wrote,"He i I. the happiest, be he king or ;

"and has his family with him to share his hap. peasant who finds peace In his home." The sacredness ,
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.,:J'pines*... SVour ancestors: fought to_make this. ,land their of a..man's.'. home" has,been recognized always, even by the

*own, governed by them, free from foreign control. Make 'most,vicious. i

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"* Sidney 1. Kendrick, justice of the peace and organizer of the
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member of the family You can add to its value by ,
every .. pPiience btiiinen at 209 N. Krome avenue Saturday has been i
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-' resident South Dade since 1920 when he moved from Miami to I

using'your,. spare moments in Improving., J. I3uy what PerrlM with his wife and four too*. (
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i' '. MiJ..t ;' ,, :" '.,;. A iton m -on by trade until 1932. when h. retired Mr. Ken.
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'ReY.'tiea..i. j-Mw* .Sheila Forrest .o( Macon. Co. In West Paint Beach spent' .k
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Deuel filled Mr-sdgM-T. Ridllrd! / pulpit. .. who has been visiting Mimes Alta last week-end 11\ Homestead with ,
last Sunday bight and Katherine Vann, went to Miami -, hit mother, Mrs. C. E. bend,..

Monday to visit her aunt, Mrs.I I

In and ''A seven and:half; pound daugh H. L. Reese until Wednesday; when MOIl Bowden who has been vise '

.9T Virginia Cecelia was born to she left for her home. Mrs. Beet Iting relatives here returned to his

Mr. and Mrs Roy Sincere at the spent the week-end at the Vann home In Jacksonville Friday;

Homestead Post Graduate hospital Saturday. home. I I
Mn Gto. D Ruohta and children

Miss Leola Little who spent the Miss Kathryn Cast returned JoLnnie: and Nadine return-
Saturday evening from Crescent (Continued on Page Seven)
the west
summer visiting an coast. .
nM Fucb returned Friday Mr. and Mra.tiarvtyOnwaanMUnee of Florida returned Friday. Her City where she visited Mr. and .

from Milan Ky., his former home Saturday the at birth the Dade of a County daughter hos on other, Charles Little, return Mrs. Wm, M. Bradley, Jr. \!American Boy Introduces

tow where he spent two weeks I from tile west coast Tuesday
pital. I I A New Football Game .
V).uing relatives and friend Mr and Mrs H. J. Davis returned -

Robert Cast will leave tomorrow Monday night from a vacation' I. tile early full house I' THJIJ1111:1&0:
Mr and Mrs. J. R. Dorsey and SCAN ROY t-'U he 10_.... the
trip to Baltimore. Washington D. .cry
Mi and Mrs Willard Fifield returned -, daughter, Mill Virginia, returned for Auburn, Ala., to attend theI ot a see game.11 matt football r..t..
to Homestead after six I Alabama Polytechnic Institute c., and Shelby N. C. In Shelby .....,..heal '_11. wide uses, aboakego
Tuesday afternoon from a vacation' "'I 1IIr1111. .h.ek. I
their at y
weeks spent In Ithaca, N. Y., wherethey where he will be a sophomore this they visited son-in-law and
that Included at Dallas
tour stops The (urn MOM to lift through the seed
both attended Cornell University where they. visited the Texas Centennial year. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Auburn of null x-hoota Or cane ..omiltm.. toe .-
Dellinger. I 1\-mat rMtiull, which wu Sao <.pmlIra '.
summer school Mrs. Fl- exposition, Denver, Pike' : f'-: j ........* fjl.T. a ......_k., i'r.idiuUtudmt
field's mother, Mrs. B. L. Hook,, Peak, Colorado Spring where they I Mr. and ) Walton and l. sth.htks.. d.v>l<>u.,l thf mama
whom they took to Prescott, Mich, Marvin Teller of New York was of Names fu.ilb.ll 1. meet till seal l.
found It mowing, Pueblo where their elder son, John returned to I I..... f.oa.aa anybody OBI amore. UKpoMlbllltr
before going to Ithaca, has remained they visited the state fair, and Homestead Friday after spending: a week-end guest at the home of ot InJuir from MM. vim tomlnlmlMd.
there for an extended visit Dr. M. L. Tannenbaum.Mrs. and UM nee M on 'n oawirll
'theirvacation In Asheville and .
Carlsbad, N. Mex. where I .
I t tat meutnn I* follow every nt Itlns ** I h.wlopm.ns
with her son, Cecil Hook and his they went throughCarlsbad Hendersonville Their younger son,! i

family Cavern. They stopped also at I|I Billy, whq. attended Camp'Cloud.1 B. C, Prince of Raiford Is I I(.kins TIM mew It nit ammo man h i mxt hit. U now oomlno.......hours IN. ".
point of Interest In various other mount In Menton, Ala., returned I, visiting relatives and friends here THR: AMERICAN BOY wilt the worN
Mia Stella Hook returned Friday states and visited relatives In'I two day earlier. for several days. about k prostrate this prartlol TIM AimriMi new nun.Boy! ad.lhles.Ofllrlol: ',.1 1

from Gainesville where she Georgia and Mr. and Mrs L. B.: H.ndh..*. which e.. k. obtalml t... MMouumhM
attended the summer school of the Summers in Mentont, Ala I Miss Maxine Easton who ws a I I Nelll Ernest Halnlin, Jr., of! ohs hash at w III OPOM h.,.I0. a stop, or .I wag

University of Florida. Sho Is house guest of Mill Mary Dona I i I Miami spent the week-end with' NOTE Suh.rrli.ti *rlooi of TH*

visiting at the home of her brother- The Rev. T. H. Norton entertained Brown, returned to her home In i I his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.'I AMERICAN BOY .tll k*..- In UM MM
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in-law and sister Mr. and Mri. West Palm Beach tut. Seed blur .kwrlptioit eras oSOIM
Saturday.; a A. KainUn. ..... .
at the Silver Palm parsonageover M 4vo.ntaj* at UM harems ..... '
Willard FlUeld the week-end his mother, I I 1 ow hi offOTit DM r... at 11.00 or three'
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Mr. and Mrs. Win. C. Hill of Miami MkMriirtloiM ant
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Mrs. M. H. Norton of Tampa, hit \ Mr. and Mrs. William Morris of I II i roar ntra. Rend rour MUM, mMnmt irrmllUiwi >
County Commissioner J. D. Redk and ion, Dickie, spent last lr> INS. AMERICAN BOY,
brother Marvin and his sister
Miami who formerly lived
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Hill'sparent. Inl
returned Tuesday night from Alk- Miss Xatherlne. M.r'l!, Homestead have returned front !, iwwMUmta On *..IN It tot .a uopr' ,
en. S. C., where he was called nd Mrs. Frank Lardon. I vacation trip to Bickwell Ind.
several weeks the Illnessof I
ago by Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Arthur and -
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his
brother J. T. and
other members of his family.Redd The daughter, Miss Mary Frances, returned their children, Margaret Jack and I Mrs. L. L. Poyser who was eI!
Friday from a vacation David have returned from i tonailectomy patient at the Post
.a vacation
condition of the
patient* 1* greatly spent In Lewes, Del, Philadelphia trip to Kentucky New York Graduate hospital was taken to!
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Chester improved, but another brother, and Washington, D. C. Mrs. Arthur I I end North Carolina. Midi Lorraine .her home,Sunday afternoon.
Redd of Homestead who .
and daughter spent the entire summer Brown accompanied'. them I
left her Is
Sunday night, now In R.
Alken to aid In running the house- In the north, and Mr. Arthur!I from Covington Ky., to stay; until I' D. J. Connor returned to, his

bold and plantation.A. and Den, Billy Joined them the I its last of September.. home in St Augustine Tuesday
July.
last of Billy remained in '
I night,after having visited for sev
HerscovlU. brother-ln-l Washington to attend the Bullis i! Miss Edna Nell Richard will J oral! 'day,'at the borne of his
of Herman Mark and Mrs. Max private school when he will take leave Sept li W visit Mbis Jessie brothel, ChasC .F. ,Connor. Heyjslted '

Loaner, will return to hi* hoot .in work to fit him to enter the riavtl Deals in Jacksonville .louc.flXI' .also at the home of J.

Tampa Saturday night after k academy at Annapolis j, before she goes on to,resume Aer and,J. p Connor.! "f.t. ERVICEYOU: ,' LIKE
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,," '* visit here. Mr. and Mrs. I studies an a.sophomore at Wesleyan .
k Mark and their two children plan Mr. and Mrs. Forest Garrison Call!M" Macon. 'J LlnUar Connor:spent,the .. I Carefulchecking and.thorough Ii

to him ior..VI.lt and daughter of end In Miami, I iftentkur.andbupectiojo which
accompany over who were here .''E and upon-
unday Monday, ,cue,
turned for. warrenabtal'l"lO"j a sophomore at Oovtop> *. I
; Mrs-jCuttle
give*;:you the dependable, to
M.r and Mrs. C H. Shaw spent are living in Collect In BarnesviU6.Go..r *+- II''tm Monday Mr.; and Mrs..Pat Patton -:; sclenttou aervlee'you want.. We

last week-end In South Miami on Tennessee, Miss'Helen: WesYwfo' : : of !trintes Haven and their ton.anddaughter. .j ippredit Jour'atronae aDd
leave. .
visiting their son-ln-law and -- ) Mrs Patton is a know
\Mr .. A. H. Rummell has sold IS for South at' niece of Mrs. we that its, continuance
daughter Mr. Georgia College and a sisterof
and -Mrs. C. 1:. .t '.
Pope. Mr place on Coconut Palm drive' Douglas, .where the will -take. a i the .Rev E.ne'I r, pastor I' depend upon our ability; tostisfy

and has gone to Tampa to reside.i commercial course. of the Riverside Methodist Church I ;you.

Max Loaner will return today of Miami. I RED THURMAN'S
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from North Carolina The Rev, J. J. Richards,. pastor Mia Betty West who hag bays '
accompaniedby
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his daughter-in-law Mrs. Paul of the Homestead Methodist visiting at the home-of -Mr. 'and Mb Edna Nell Richards left SERVICE STATION"S.

Loaner, who has been spendingthe Church, and the Rev. T. H. Norton, Mir. S. L.West left for bet home yesterday; to visit her aunt, Mrs. C.I I
summer in Asheville with her pastor of the Silver Palm Methodist In Albany Saturday." Mr. West : C. Curry, In. :Miami. I KTMM at M street
Church who have been attending I* a brother of Miss Wesf*'father I- --.:.- 1.
parents Mr. and Mrs. M. Feldman,
and by his son, Irving who spent a pastors' school In Lakeland J, and Mrs West Is. .'sister of her Early Dendy, who is employe!| READ
this week ire stxpectted bark 1 mother with the Southern Bell Telephone THE WANT ADS
two and a half month as a guest of

Mr. and Mr*. loa Gauxen and'
family in Franklin.


Mr. and Mr. Ulrie Free art animunclng -; .
the birth of an eight-

pound daughter, Martha Rose, at ,
the Post Graduate hospital Friday

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A boy weighing seven pounds 1
five ounces wa born to Mr Ben
Left of Homestead In Woodstock

Hospital New York City, according I

to a telegram received by Mr.
Left her Sunday. He left Wad&nesday

for New York where Mrs.
Left and another son have bean i

visiting relatives for the past I)
month. H* will be gone two weeks mar



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FttL7ntGC rioriaa Motet UM* U &. brorll war *. Ravel hack te schoL Sleek .1 i
[ a15KLT new Florl v Motet UB-S' iUphn blues take yea to the very campus
WEGETft1L01119P dates .! 1M FbcMa State C oII.fl.. tw Weas*. Dnitwdrr d Florida.8lMea .
and alhcr school mad sonata Mvfag traub)_ sewed we .Stops
EGG MASH and easily *.gfa. Reader No Bawl la Florida Male Lines the ;J 1
cleanest _!.*! and mat ....nlad way to Ravel but you nave moo floolna .t
% to % Ik* east .l delving JeW we *ulon obil .
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FOR MORE EGO< TALLAJUISE .- JACKSONVILLE..M sueDE ,t ,
AND HEALTHIER HENS
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feed the famous fTL-O-HF oat- AE9t'ILLl1
weal haw gnashes aee r41nf te the I : (.0* LAlELAXLti L"

FUL-0-rEr TUB. Oatmeal I* the TAMPA (" WINTER PARK L26 _
highest dlmiibtr: terra of eyelet I } g

mad I* more eeoTsir than Mrs M FUcler Avenue and F der j ,
wheat products making It Meal for HOTEL REDLAND%
warm Hlnwlei. Ask for the FREE Mown Street
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IN AND MOUND! Free In Lake Methodist Worth last Conference week.! held R &. G Cars Trouble Freer |r KENDIHCK- 7 :


HOMESTEAD Elizabeth Cook spent last week (Continued From Pale live) ,(
drirt has been literally bulkier
visiting' an aunt Mrs. Roxie New- a
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of the Redland District He did
Continued From Page Six) comer, in Miami
.4 ( the mason work in th* construction -
from visit with relatives
ed Friday a -
of the first section of Redland:
Winter Haven. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
In I Stalling '.
Farm Life School, on Mr Homebuilding
were Sunday visitors In Florida
1 1lorn. at Krome avenue and '
W. B. Myrlck was brought City.
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I N. W. FIn street on the Perrlnehool
borne from the hospital Friday
I ,,' and on various school bulld-
Dl)'.. Stuart returned to her | ngs In Miami When he retired
Mrs. Holliiter Saga who hat home in Miami bit week after ,I three of his sons were following In .
been unable to go north this summer -
visiting at the home of her IOft- Ills footstep and are! now expertI.lsterers
because of Illness now .1.- In-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs and cement workersmrhey
u |? regaining her health. Charles DeBerry! Mrs.. De Berry's are Claude M. and Theodoreof
sister! from Miami la visiting her' Miami and Lamar P. of Home-
Jacqueline and Dorothy DunCan -
this week. strad His
youngest son, Sid L.
of Miami returned to their _.__ 1 77A t Kendrick Jr. will associated
some Sunday after a two-week
with his father in the operation of
visit l here with Betty, and Ruth NARANJALeroy
the Pioneer Appliance Co.
Byrum. Jackson CorrespondentThe
Mn Frank Banach underwent ---1---1 I Judge Kendrick was born in
Augusta Ga H* cam to Floridain
a major operation Friday at the Presbyterian '
Dude County hospital young people I' 1907 and settled in Jacksonville,
surprised the Methodist
young
h but nine yean later moved to Miami -
people of Homestead! Sunday evenIng .
After moving to Perrlne)
FLORIDA CITY by attending their meeting >
I he was elected justice of the pear
T" Mrs, W W "* fry, Correspondent without notice. Those present from If orllnallourth district in II:"
.., .." the Presbyterian young peoples i and in 19H. after the fifth district
group wereMiss Betty Blake,Miss (which centered about Homestead)
Arthur Willis of Atlanta
is visiting frt
Lois Sam I
Behrens Joe, Edw. and
relatives here He had been merged with the> fourth,
comedpwn John Hickson R. c. and Leroy I
he was elected to serve the greatly -
because of the serious a&s
Jackson Charles Burr
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and X. J
cldent suffered >y his brother, W.r Graham.Mr. enlarged area In the tarn cat -
; Willis, two weeks ago, paclty He then moved to Homestead -
and established his office
Mrs. H. N. Brown returned from and Mrs L. D. Wyman I hereIn.
a four-week vacation spent in made a business trip to Coconut 1138 he was re-elected. lie

Louisville,Ky. Cordrte,. Gag and Grove Tuesday x presides over the many preliminaryhearings
b ;West Palm Beach where the visit I that com before him with
ed relatives and friends I Johnny Lee Andrews who has common sense and knowledge
.;.. pent the past week In Miami
-- I returned gained from the study of the
Mr. and Mn. Roy Neil and tons' Monday. statutes and common law a* they
returned Thursday from Cramer- apply to case coming: before him. .
rearing earrfre tfimef Mrlaf are metering safety en vacWos
ion, N. c., where they spent the Mrs Rumphy and son, Franklin trip, a pies t* .bu* mhanleallr seed M<4 can e. the n4 II MW ta H* I* affectionately known a*
day: "I Sa<;kson. relative of Mrs.A. Tripp, progress aeowtfUic .* local r ri .......... Cooperation with ......U tat Dad Kendrick.
.............. ate visiting her at Naranja. this respect to the B O wed ear plea which la a wesas..4 .r lordaesurs .
" ':- Mrs. S. .S..SW.14I. arettimedTbuveday I. ......... renewed bad M"wto4 can offered for. mi.. ttt
i ':' Rivers ton>4 atov* Is a sttliM E 0 and cat barer M the road ..14aJI reports 'r
drown.4tayof< several i O C family and prow, to trouble tree art**** IMH. the boyar appraises the B dk 0 leg
wfetki.SUnley In Miami 'i r,.Hennlnff were Monday even. wakh owns Mr 1M percent satisfaction or her aM* y Nell. : .---
ing-visitors of Mrs. Chubb;
.Moore of'Georgia 'vtttett : 'j .

> his sister. Mm W,IV Wllfl, Mr. and Mrs.'Jean Harper' are

,1\Ieadai.. '..... ,.........." "" .: j planning to move to 'the Webb.-
bouse..on Narinja: roa4 soon. .... -; .1
'Mr lead: rill.w; "fbI1'a'w rorehlrned't

oriri'xlaibama WednesV, R. C. Jackson, who has been .1.
; day art guest"at"the, home of'tars., spending the last two weeks with
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B. IL Edwards. his family'returned Thursday to
his"work'at Pigeon Key . .
'Mrs. Bay Goodlng will return :
this week from Basslnger, Fta. Mr, and Mr*. A. V?. Sykessperit '
where the has been visiting. her Monday with Mrs. 8,_' mother, .W 're .. ,
mother for a month. \Mrs.. R. C. Jackson. .

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SQUASH .! r .;' '" '''' :: ."Last:year'we. fixed up>>;'the.kitchen. This! year ;

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EGGPLANT ."1 ; : > .surprised how i it improves the looks of a home

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PEAT MOSS, ;,GOAT MANURE AND FNA1X' '

MANGANESE Without charging a penny in brokerage
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and can take care of you for any quantities. *,' fees, we'll be glad, to help put through,applications


The Kilgore Seed Co. for any responsible person who wishesto


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B. GONZALEZ

OPrOMI'I'aJ<,IS VV. D. HORNE CO., Inc.

ANNOUNCE THE REM VAL OF THEIR

OFFICE Hardware and Building Materials

FROM THE VENETIAN ARCADETO Frank I.. SkiD, Owner

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: BOOTH TAG TARTTT IS GIVEN REDLAND P.-T. A. WILL BEGIN SERIES n
ESTELLE
MISS MARY
MARRIAGE OF I
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FOR E. A. BUCHANAN
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OF BRIDGE PARTIES NEXT WEDNESDAY
!" AND MAURICE JENNESS IS ANNOUNCED I Stanley Wltlkop wa host at a
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stag party given Tuesday III.hin -----

honor of the birthday anniversary A series of five bridge" parties man; Miss Ruth Murray; scout
Announcement wu mad this ter z. Jennesa of Florida City. He of hit brother-in-law, E. A. Buch will be given by the Redland P.-T. chairman; Mv*. Carl Undfrea
born to Indian*polls and wa;
week of the marriage of Mia was anan. Card game furnished the A., according: to plant made by the music chairman; Mrt. Anna Albright -
';t lfstelle) Booth and Maurice M'I'1.1 graduated from Redland HII1IIScIIooL at, entertainment executive committee at ntceUnt: cafeteria chairman; Mrs.C. .
t" employed
now
k Miami Sandwich and cold drinks Were held at the home of the pret'dmt, E. Elchenberger finance chair-
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Jenne In the the fuchs Bakery in South
I Ij terved buffet style. Mr*. IX E. Basher, In Goulds yesterday man;; Mn. John Brown physical
Miami August IS. where they will make their home.
on
house IA The included Howard
guest :
afternoon. The first bridge education chairman; tad Carl
j, The bride1 coetum wu a ., A group of friends from hereLee :I Umb, bra J. A. Smith, R. B. Shfr- party; will be held Wednesday Wagner, prlnclual.
silk crepe afternoon dress Whl'-I them a surprise party at their ard, Ansel Barrow, fred Suber evening at the Basher home. Prizes
matching tecetsorte! *. apartment Tuesday night Afteran : roy Hobbs and L. Z. Fonyth will be given at etch of the parties,
.': The bride U tM daughter I II evening of dancing a supper I and refreshment win be serves HISS MIRIAM TANNENBACM
!j' and Mr* William / Booth. Shtwu of chicken, potato salad, sandwiches GIVES SWIMMING PARTY
A grand prize will be given at the
born In Homestead and after and peaches wa Served I The Calendar Mist Miriam Ttnncnbtum entertained -
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: conclusion: of the series. Those who
from Homestead Ih the were: Mr. and Mr .
her graduation group a group Of her friends
do not play bridge an In'ttedG
I I( High School la Its the completed 'Barney Waldin, Miss Ruth Tower' Sept. -Meeting of O. ".'. at attend and to hold t talk test Th from Miami at a swimming jxirtyat
.. a court: at the Homestead Buil Mia Mary Bradley, Mlas Annie Homestead Baptist Church. admission charge will be tow.Mr the municipal fool her Monday
) Hess College Sine that Urn the May Booth, Tom Carter WallaceMiller Sept. I General meeting of evening.
I: hat been secretary for tht Home- Douglas Tower, Henry the W. M. V. at First Baptist Hugo Vmten, Mrt. M. ) In the group wen: Miss .1.n
Mn. aalhenwOJ be the
Bonds and
stead Grown Anodatlon. Behrent, Edward Vrana and the Church. felik, Miss Margaret Hore.sti-,
W The bridegroom. !Ie a ton .( Wal- newlyweda.Bigger Sept. I Redland P.-T. A. hostesses. Miss Jerry Adelson, Mill Sylvia
benefit bridge p.'t1.t D. !. OasVw The date of the annual carnival BerkowiU, Miss Ruth Bernstein
MARTHA JAMB OACtT 1! **Mrs. Mantle Bigger, Mrl. home in Goulds at Redland High School wa. set Mill Clarice Shir Miss E\elyu
CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY i Charles Martin, Mn. Cheiley Sept. t Concert by Miami for Oct. Z'. Marks Miss Naomi Grossman,
M.rthalan& Oault Who was five Saunders. ken O. A. West, Mrs. Symphony Orchestra In Neva King Mr. L. H. Oreer was reappointed Mist B. Merlin Mist Helen Strib-

t> years old Wednesday was liven a J. H. Seaman, Mrs. Wile and the Cooper School at I p. m. cafeteria chairman. nick Miss Ninna Nathan, Miss:
birthday party that afternoon by I hostess. I Sept > Meeting of Redland All members oi the executive Mildered BerkowiU Mil Helen
t her parent, Mr. and Mrs O I. Mrs. Annie Butler, Mrs. H. C. Ladles' Aid at home of Mrs Wayne committee not out of the district' Marks, Marvin Teller of New York,
W. Oault, it their home. After the Reid, and Mrt. Lee Fread were Calkin, 820 8. -Thirteenth wen present: Mn. Rasher, president Bill Merlin, Hyman MerlW. Harold
birthday gift tad been opened appointed aa a nominating committee avenue, Miami. ; Mn. Vlhlen, secretary'; and Segal, Bob Felik Herman Rosenthal -
out-door game were played. I 'When Circle Two met at Sept. I All-day meeting of Mrt. Bond, treasurer and membership Markus Moore Hartman
Ice cream cups, take, candy i the home of Mrt. T. E. Kirby who; W. M. S. of Silver Palm Church it chairman; Mri. Wm Williams, Sam Badanes, Al Stein
end chewing gum were served to 'conducted the devotional I home of Mrl. R. W. Prothero. Crowe, membership chairman,, berg, Stan Welnthob, Lenord Mar
all the children by Miss AH Vann Those present were: )In. Emma Sept 0 Meeting of mission Mn. Ruth Russell,' hospitality: IOU, Hy Robin, Swy Myrei wing
y. The birthday cake was decorated I Wright Mrs E. L. Lawrence, )In. study class at home ef Mitt Jennie chairman; Mn. Curtis Lee, gram Rofford, Abe Shaft and Abs
k' with candy animal and five blue :Or* Fraiteur, Mn. H. E. Red,., Lobdell tt 1 O'clock I mar, school room mother ('h.lr.1 Berkowitz.
r\ .. candle In blue holder Balloon Mn Butler, Mrt. Reid, Mrs tread Sept. IS Business meeting of

were, given a* favli% i and the hotte*. Homestead B. P. V{. C. In Legion
Martha fan*'* guests wer.l Mn. E. J. Polk wu the host*** ball at 8 p. m.
Louise and Eton Strickland Gipsy of Circle Four. After a devotionalby Sept IS Legion Auxiliary I
Howard, Betty Jean Ferryman Mn. Julia Polk, Mn Catherine meeting *t home of. Mr*. Frank B )INN Setioet Sepptlee-Now
Jab and Nellie Tay Moon Betty 'HcMM and Mrs. T D. PIchi reviewed Rue '

5 Catlln Ruth Rutland Betty By- chapter of "The Rebirth of Sept. 18 Meeting of Homesteed Belm.nt Combination
ruin, Ruth Byrum, Madlne Oilmer a Nation." A general discussion of Rompmonstratlon Club at I
If Rtehael Dodson Effle, Elite and the book followed. \ .:)0 .:1 f.' I Mechanical Pencil
THclma Radford and Marv Lou Plan were mad for the gendrslW. alep\, U rMeetirsI'at Redland
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Lawrence: I M. U. meeting Wednesday when Home Demo'tistratfan' t 1:00 LH4.. ErMt'I'II

j Circle Four will furnish the pre I A tS< Value for 390i
gram pt. 21 ...:. M y. M.
CLUBS COMBINE ,
A wonderful *mikiU- -Ioa.leal pencil with
The hostel served a de oII roles.
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FOR ALL DAY MEETING
plenty .f lade and tnum. Boys and sins vIm tnjorCueade
Mn Nellie Murphy from the county refreshment course.Present I' pt 23 Meelr rcas 1101.. Kbool cab with It.
4 home demonstration office dem- were Mr* 5. H/TJtch, > it home of Mrs wrench -
I Mrs A. D. SmflKlCtrs. S' Jatoick- .
i, onttrntsd the making of huck tow- : Mentholated
i r I boIlS to member of the Homestead elford, Mn. Junto Polk. Mrt. Plche", Set)!. 28 Meel I\ij. Hexagonal Lavender
( and Redland Horn Demonstration Mrs. Plckart and the hostess MatrW W. M. S m'l ."..PENCIL:: SHAVING,

Clubs at an all-day work -- ,1 of Mrs Au U(** I .... ,
1 CLASf' Oct. W: .., Ro1and High School' Assorted Colors Cream
meeting held at the Woman's Club DORCAS MEETS !!

building Tueiday. A pot luck AT COLLAR: HOME: : ., c',miy.J. .. I' ..... IC ', ...... ,. 31"c
iwncheon wa served at noon. The tore* Class oMl* Ft! o' eolln.. hat sottblnf:
The Homestead Club will meet Baptist ChurOi of tlomwtHd ..- Sla t y Core entertained Coed black ,.... Inset Platy at 4rdfnnlin

next Sept 18, at B:30 a. m. and the .t tilt home of Mr H. Collier ,fl. MWidnyiftefnoon the members rubber mMT ....11 ....... Uthw
Redland club will meet the lame day. Mrs. E. L. Lawrence, the of her vacation Bible school class

day at 1 o'clock. president, presided during the in teacher training. 10 14V4 Inch Zipper Fluffy 1I SI
i Among those present were: Mrs business period; Mrs. Charles Mar- ,
.. R. L. Hobson, Mr*. Fred Suber, tin gave the devotional; and Mrs Ce>Bsilsie> LeatherPORTFOLIO POWDER
Mrs A. D. Smith Mrs. 0 M. Coop. Julia Polk and Mn. C. N. Walker h. PUFF
t er, Mrs Pool, Mrs. Carl Drawdy offered prayer -

:, Mrs. Fred Redd, Mr*. R. E. Edwards During the social hour, Mrs il y, / Vaaiw 19 C ., ismsA sue 50
Mrs. W. W. Bethea, Mrs. Charles Robertson won u) a word ,
Ceo. N. Wakefleld Mr. C. E. Carter contest Refreshment wen served Randy for csrrrlst 'Son and gamy smsoth
Mrs. Chas. Whltworth, Mrs. by the hostess. papers Mi notiboolu. pewdae ea halt.

J. D. Wyaong. Mrs. Ceo. W. Turner Others present wen: Mrs C. T. Wee give'
ICE CREAM MADE
Jr, Mrs Walkup, and Mr. Harper Mn. A. D. Smith, Mrs. T. Cern.KllllB, Mill

Murphy. E. Kirby, Mrs. Chesley Sounder. tide genuine FRESH DAILY AntisepticSolution
Mr*. .. L, West and Barbara Jean
EUGENE
CIRCLES HOLD THEM Smith. Permanent IN OUR STORE
The next meeting will be at the Sole'sodi.g Fw ., 49
SEPTEMBER MEETINGSThree --...... Nr
home of Mr E. L. Lawrence. ,
of the W. M. U. Circlesof am. lasting twIa0' -...'. dxktad Youll enjoy our tasty For MMta wash, eats
: the first Baptist Church of s ItnMncat fM wags Ida Irrtuuon 'loon dam ,
Homestead' met Wednesday afternoon SILVER PALM W. M. B. '(A d .....-. tfw kind *t glee. sandwiches dreg '
At the meeting of Circle TO HOLD ALL DAY MEETING Far we do (..uhw futta
i On at the home of Mrs. A. E. Next Thursaday the Silver Palm avL"g,viol itmthw IvtaeSactitts.
: Smith, a study ef the book "Worldin Woman** Missionary Society will LM M "..* yeufMr

all the Word", wa conductedby hold an all-day meeting at the lot. iU ststoe, with s,
: Mr*. L A. Wi... It was fends home of Mr*. R. W. Prothero. The Was Madotiiiom sad lautcBush's THE DIXIE DRUG

.\ rd that the circle will meet again morning Will be devoted to Biblestudy lag Ises'en4ascks!!cb4'
today at the home of Mrs. Wit at and the afternoon to mission Homestead
1 o'clock to finish the book. study. A covered dish luncheon Barber ,
Shop
Cookie and lord lea were err wilt be served at noon. Florida.
eeL All women members of the & Parlor
Those present went Mr*. C R.1 church art invited.D71I1CE. Beauty BE TI&M-2.3 AI 7M
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} SATURDAY NIGHT, SEPT. .J, 1931t MONKEYJUNGLE i iIN Graduate Oberlin Conservatory and Royal

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J fit Mr flbsvfl a ft HOWCfo Iblaakets. Dry Cleaning, wasting 1
4 Mi whlto Mrthday oak* and water, thoroughlykuwshtM. .
.... I do; PtWgRC of oddteftd ailing and sunning areeffective ;
t its fa**** the pJta of doffiftj, curved.
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'C. J. CAVES AND HIS BAJTr :'r. '!";';J .';, t ,i Dt gune preceded .'IM, and sleeve the large Ironing moths. And firm, unbroken .
board need to be supplemented -
1'': GROUP O}<' F1i! :-tt'c:1!' ,";; \ 1\J:' :rof I'f'l' by two or --ttre prewini padithat sealed will paper prevent with edges moths tightly from j

mAY h t. .... ,,.,. ,.,_ .2- .,,_"-- seoth k'aa.. and airs will fit Into centers and these :
aloes were: Mr and Mr. reaching cleaned garmentswhile
V;: c. f Caves and hit I-t onetstgp l'tI f I,; 1if! 1 i,I I rr-u. sir and Xr*. L. t, stick Ctrl! reeds A pressing pad U made they are stored for the sum
ef filled
. scout I itxtntnlneef bend rtsi1n,dsiriSflds ltlClr. $ft.. Rr.IMf \ i.,ilta;I MOri. r. I, MeTlw.un.Vr. ..1 tkln'\ :: or heavy canvas
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na Al- *Tutscejr evenly. ej,' tui lif w.. w J. -. Ica-:+ ie r stsR. U.1 l I*.*. S. E,ti vtetfstor.. Mr. mid Hit,' IH 'nIt *nod Met to make one line, wd gum camphor in the form
l; Mrs. ,$I*-and Mrs. M:R sr tertk ,... ...1. ... 'i JrsS.. *x*on ut1.) Mr sin Mrs. ItJIC'now for sleeves and ,of familiar moth balls or flakes
. ehalr'hyslc.l- Wlatid includes: Mr 'a.es, *ii-, { Helm. 8.'::. l.hph': Mm. / J. <<'.aar-to ,0l-/rnewltet In the shape of I will give added protection to stor-
';|iIIItI, Klcrard: :aId Wtu, tavira,I '! boa;\'L--'iL 1,, t,. "'t'. \", .",:, 'WMII\ rent. ,a !sap :'v armhote and curvede'jit.e ed articles by evaporating Into

Carl t fltise VlrgltiiWaler. Ui f '.,,1.'fl! :rl., ...... ,'I I"' :;' 9122;; act Jainf, StIa. I'e r4o, Vn make a "tatlor'a ham"es fume which penetrate fabrics and
Qtwman and .VneMtHMk! ]I ---- 1 1I f.ttasn' is.:!seer and U. n -\rIa..i:; j ,f :i eftM celled, out two
(, Mrs W. B. MUlti playact j win I."..1315tow- ids, ea'ff t ,i1, JIC.r.: '.I\\.ft r.. 4f.Gt. .- lb."pI' of the ticking or fumes must be concentrated to be .
; 1t71rn&.rcwc.r each about 12 inches long
'fbor of pieces on the noble! Polio aJ1j I )' ...z..If\ o"ei'aW JIIIcJ t lit!!' canvas effective and should be used at the
4CMr i'J<\jiod In _Inatn,. .uC1J'tl i, Mi. ';M. Edwina and M.y Jo and graduating in width from ( rate of one pound for each 100
r j I -d-A ti. r,. vn' pvd:,.;::t.... ,f' CIo-e to inches. :Stttah theM together. cubic feet of enclosed space The
Home made sake 'n 'l &puneh1/ : !saws for the filling.
, en.friends- .lea 'iireuber,> the rang PoW'f J tit opening mere odor will not poll the moth'.
heals coned I i iPriit l Ma: l5ersfcsr Ivest+\l'+.d >,,_ Jo.'m's'L1'w stuff tight with r.wt'Dt or shredded >
besides those named,,, pII1tI1oa'C) 'Tway stems SIX FRIZES AkE AWARDED sa Cl" of cloth, and close appetite.
.( pastMon ware Mr. and Mra R. r Cuwslllr 1 1J xi t.e :hue Of Mr "of Mrc..Lee AT AUXILIARY: CARD PASZ* Cover with. opting flannel, then Moths ate heartily In an atmosphere -
and Mn J. T '/Jn% >l/ abed. IL 1I1h't. i I: tsi'rbfFtl of et lhelr MM. W. R. Bird wen *" nigh hire r :vaovaMe; washable cover scented with cedar, dried
\frs Rusaul; Wplker. Mrs Clifton I Ihety'I' ..X the ,iihfard, '.b# in t score prUo: at the bridge party n ,:I tt mu.UnI lavender, tobacco Ur pine ell
,
j fe ,, CJonmen Mrs. C. I. f row :fr, C Home, Mr*. J?tale, C rtwi,iMIsfss '") t and J3: KMTMtw,,' Auditor* in St. John Sa/leespul l fo r praising open scants that might experiments! of entomologist
Sylvianstein Alb and Katherine VMIQJ I i rthsrurtrs who hive: harm T1R,. :2))! Church at the home of Mr end!I itGconM mussed U pressed on a In (the U. S. Department of Agriculture
!eggs I llt'a Campbell, VIi. Mm J. ( The entomologies also
4,017 .w'"t l this cu2A&u: j js7 S. Hortoii, Friday evening, A small aboveboard has
!:\'etynsman I I '{1bopr4. found that the odor of tar or cedar
HIM Birdie
Home, homt. )fit!; ( The second high' cort paint tens' ts place, too, tn the collection of
\tnf
. Rachel Cowman, Most, Normal I.i t.1tnz gamer el.ed.pin. *pong ends I Ibi i iwere won by Mw Floyd retie, to"Itd.) ,, prwwlng accessories. It should be1i..dd&4 oil In paper clothes-bags has no
Strib- Commtn, Miss Eloise CbMmon, by Miss Pearl WMtakdT; tne deterring effect on moths.If .
Miss J rouse -eRnt besides Mr. am! and covered like the regular -
Doris, Betty and Keith (ooutn, ''t.tl"t.elvl".n. tow th. hy Miss Bertha bil Hnus- boardCURBING .
Helen LaureU and Hints ..lke" and Mn !<_'weMru. :!, Ironing tne house does not own asturdy
? w Albert 1-j man; till fifth, by; H. A. Cameron;-
York, : Tnunoml: ;, W, B. Mills I *r<-iChailes I 1,40t, N Takefcld! : ; Mlsscoj I:end tIn tor. V Mn B. L God stepladder now is the timeto
'laroldtcsen Gasamsn.CBEKAnS KM fJ Collie Ball caves Missi: ,win. CLOTH MOTHS buy or make one. Too many
I|'lear 'arnAr. VIM i>7 Elizabeth! falls are caused by standing on
rtmanStein : I TC7it, M'. ''" 't*"."Vpl itiUl netty I j DM\JH: the bridge games, divinity -', A household .tet1.flrst campaign teetery chairs or shaky boxes seton
MAKf PLANS Browns Vtnn: 'ikr'ci. $aatonIalias I and pub '*t:' served by the against the clothes moth chain to dust, bang pictures or
i Mir FOR OFFICIAL VISIT I ipitritV '7 Mrtiy Mot.i J h.*" t8ss Lid) steer the gtmrs, pots need not be expensive. to be suc curtains, and other jobs

I, (rv. Plans''tor the<*:"I4 il vW this fn+t, Othn i'a... '!rEuw George to so'sd, Mu'i'jei and cosec were, cessful. Metal smens, properly "installed,

IAben fall of the president"',,*'''e fobehak: Wujto. t.el\r.m. 1Rudo'p 1 tfh rerved Simple, Inexpensive methods of will usually protect children from ..
Assembly of Hor;. .. 31.1 "Lithe 1 f jiwmjTi;Biis Clark l A+aett Ratz,, Those present were: Mr. and thorough cleaning and careful falls from windows and at the same
Bloat .! Orlandut ware WNIw Wcrvin rvuht'i Anorr Oearlng Mm rr.' \ Belts, Mr. and Mr*. packing are still among the best time will keep out Dies and :anosquitoes. -
at the regular ratad4ne of Xu. Re- [ and Jack Kromc Howard Lamb Mr. and Mn Cm. for protecting winter clottvH and .

bekahs Monday night eroo, Mr. Stanley Wlttkop, MnXllzwbtth .
Mrs. R. W. Tucha Mri T. E. Evans, wi by Mn woman "Did of
Mating won a pv. m>,1ssi1KltsOid IS HOSTESS second prize won Haughty : any
in a contestLOCAL t4,. S. :"T STAR11 I'UJt I Mrs X: / Buchanan, Mn Joel Florence Compton: the bobby your ancestors do things to cause
j + I ,. :o..r.UwlIWI1' J noolnion, Mr.. Keith Foulk.M ., prize by Mn Harry D. Wolfe: and posterity to remember them?"
GaOtTPrt'r.N; S :' %*.: entertained I >. J. W. Tyner, Mn Bird, Mrs., the consolation prize by H. W. Farmer: reckon they did. My
the
LEAGUE: ;. of Homesteaat Godwin. !.!n. Fogle, Miss H."" Ashby. grandfather' put mortgages on thto
PICNIC :
At QJVH.. I t: ,,. irsuceb; ,her home I "
J ?I-T man Mta Whitaker Douglas Tow., Iced tea and cookies< were serv place that arent paid off yet! -
A delegation from er'eatea.!!J itca' l" Perk '
lodge Tuesday '
William Herald.
er Ewing L. C McGtnnl ed. Montreal
was present when Cut West palm :tU Ua -. ..
ion.
Mi :? The mem
and the h llta. (bow present were: Mr. and
Beach Epworth Leap:e and the la" ,voi4 to rename meeting .s I Mn Asnby, Mn R. W. Mulllns, I Little Willie had tone to bring
Broward County Epworth League dusi cities this month I MRS. PACITTI ones :1 Mil Flora Compton Mn Lloyd I the kittens In. His fathft hearing
met with the Royal Palen YoungPeople's nit mission study class It war I BEVOO PARTY [ Field Mn O C Radford, Mrs. shrill meowing called out"Doat :
Union on nugut 27 it f Announced. v HI meet next T Howard Thompson won tint 4 C: S. Capllnger, Miss Dorothy I. hurt the kittens Williel'Oh !
' Greynolds Part tn C,JIIS fn ..?: day "U t;:, home of M.: s < ,I prize at the bingo party given for' AhOy, Win Louise Pacetti, Fred no" said Willie "I'm carryIng '
afternoon tlcole nf4 ev dng program toldjll*to begin a study of :,ur.j the r. L. end T Club and ( .."&| Chapmut Oscar Clonlnger. Howard I them very carefully b> theaterrut'
M I. Vj... a bj Mn. Florence Pn,"tt<. Tame| : Thompson and the hostess .-..Ex.Buptoifs .
. As the opt ring nuitber uf a Mn J. TL: Davis presided Ir ---_. ,-- ------ ------ -----.
novel program on oo-operatlon,j! ..."ce-oi the president:Mrs Leo I
ue a boat, carrying a choir of :your., ', ... Poyr, who is ill
: people singing came from the bo>,1j 1 1bouse Those attending the meeting I Back 10 School SalE
It was followed ty another | wen: Mn i J Richan, Mrs. J.
,: boat carrying the speaker rf i A. KcNeUt Mrs. r. Filial, Mn,
., the evening, Maurice 7'ttctt pres.ident -J Sa"a Mn J X. Davis Mrs. I Thrifty shoppers are t'nlr advantage of this big money saving school days

of the Florid: YW.IB P OD' ;# t I A. If Ln&on., Mrs J. J. Robinson sae.! Here are just a few high' spots gleaned from our big stock of sahitems.

Conference, who) told ot his <""I Mrs Tlvst Booth Mrs. o. L. Shoe' Pick yours pr.w.
n perlences es' representative aII'I I.alto-K JJrs James Daugherty,
I Young People Union meeting Mrs a L. Bowen, Mrs. J. D. Redd BOYS' LONG PANTS

held at tUte JtUialumia, ?I, C., recently Mn (&;. S..nscn, Mn John An- BOYS SHOES 16 complete! stack I. In.I.lttere" PRINTS
i tttmt. M... Mol'le Wln& tc. MmJera :ilia gad P.uerms. From a Yeats
Those hoent from HOl eoo ,', wttfell, Miss Xeler. sir Mows 1 old &It the rown-up.
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stead were: Mr and Mn Lloyd Irjston and the hostess.REglAND L.Y"j awl h..W re .illsr of 98C 1 OC e
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$ pair $1.13 I'f. $1.79. pro $2.J: jlr Fast Colors ;

0.." MIm we sb Ra.r" AI..I.. $1.39 pl', $2.C9 pro $2.9; pro
c.._ Mw/ ., lto saw IN 'M ...,.......
f! sOMe ODD YII1. AND tTYi.Cs 3....... uaalltr low -' w .._..un. Men es Dress Shirts
ALL AI..TU4TIU EXTRA V._ ..." II 11.11

$1.93 GIRLS' DRESSES 69C.
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The eareei tittle dreams wet"
to _110 A nice -n& eI Doris A-w ..,,- 11.f b ItBoys'
'w Overalli. Gilt Edge, aU
slate.1"d' .
rt Walker styles la many
pea "lie
Tl 3 to 8 year............ ...49c PRINTS
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1oaas 1,011"A K.p. overalls for bo'.. ages Charming little line Preston
Our best nde. 19CI
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hH 7. te 11 yrs II' 6 to It FIN year..9Sc Colon A .....uw, .... ..1_

Agee Jt te J' ,.... \. .JLlS

Tee am be w to ages'rt.e LADIES' SHOES Ladies" and Misaesl Slips '

) 11,40 ..rlt likes Teo Eton" tiff... II M" m. y"- 5
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fijq pvl.Rrar t g' At OLO Spins 'y.'r.ter Vaasa Pair Pepperell
.. I .od__ Avert" also,

*ten *P% to maim Q4 1, arl. e a u : GIRLS' 5I1vES SHEETS
i Boys' Pole ass grade !see
Mviol170 .' gists I te
Bot, Polo flee trade lie
Borl', Pole 'So trade sae JUS to- .us I .feea s as sales

low :tarter rate punt ii.::them bred.shirts are CIIJLDREN'S SHOES 72:199: .. $1.0; a

an Toni Sawyers s sign :11to :: U $150: 81x99 ................ $1.08

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Pao-e Ten THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday. September 3. 1931 I ,

I Iiillilillllllillllllllflllllillililllllllllliill 1 turn from Georgia this week when I eveoieg. Those enjoying miss I \

she pent the vacation with Mclmyre's hospitality were:

I I friend" (PrInceton"Mr. ). M....*. and Mesdames Mclatyro,
I The Churches I 20 Years Ag011111111111I11111111:1111111111111I111111I1111 and Mr*. Earl Half and Mr. Z. 8. Hair Jay Simon. O. W Car-

and Mr*. Ernest Hair wttt their; lie, Mr*. Nat Crape, Misses' Evy-

famtllM have moved to their grove IMine Robinson Freda Robinson,

-- i: over in the Redland district Wtregret Elsa Balnlin, Hallie Overall AIM-

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ( EVANGELICAL CHURCH n. .......... [....an.wese' wry much having to lose, tin McCuIlough, Cliff Walker Diamond
WHn ... ._...... them from Princeton." (Princeton -: Lee. Hershal Spence and t
Itanuwtrad...fhe :Rev C. N.I I .. Jelua'*-Kedland: ; the Rev. -.InmwttMhM JI... IS. W11.w Ceo. Roae.
Walker pastor. Sunday school at I(Norman C. Zulauf minister. Ser- 1M now. Fl..... 1.._ ... ).
"Mr T. A. Collins
IMI. .IU tho ....- gave a delightful
10 a. m Preaching at 11 a. m. |vice each second and fourth Sunday mar August 23. IIn picnic dinner Wednesday
and 7:30: p. m.; B.Y.P.U. at 7 pm. at S p. m.METHODIST. r
I -"Charlie Fuch and Frank Rue -"Ben Morris whenlskgd how of Ut week at her tome. Fourr..
Prayer services Wednesday atUO were given a furlough from the, he liked It In the navy ..:d 'Bu'ly! teen ladle were present and had t
EPISCOPAL
; p. m.Sept. naval...."", and came up Sunday All\ of the local boy teem *atifltdwith a fine day with talking, tatting, t t"Several ,

t Morning sermon: I Florida City Community Church from Key West to spend the their bertha. Charley Fuch etc."

"The Starch of Ood" evenIng -tha Rev. C. O. Nelson, pastor. day Both of them are enjo>'m"i came home one day lilt week to of Alice Lindner' '
sermon: "The New Birth" Church school at 10 a. m.; preachIng the best of health and having I visit his folk, and he, too, i* well friend surprised her on her 12th !
Sept. g Prayer service at 7:80 p. m. Midweek prayer good time generally" p'ra..ed with his Job. He had a birthday last week. "

subject: "A Great Prayer and Bible study Wednesday at Aug. 30, 1917. pretty close call about -ten days -'A. O. Lund i* making numerous -

Meeting." 730. "When the Homestead High ago when fire broke out on the Improvement to the Palm
I School brat on which he wa stationed, Avenue Pharmacy." (Florida City) .
opened
Redland Community Monday morning
Church
Gould*-The ttv. Noah Peter- but he was not hurt at all although -"A letter ha been received from
the Rev. C. O. Nelson, twenty-six pupils were enrolledChailotte -
eon, paktor. Sunday school at 10 } pastor. I some of the other membersof Jack Yousco. who 1* 'SomewhereIn
Church school at 10 preaching at Collins, Isabel Becker,
; I '
a m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and the crew were not 10 fortunate France', to the effect that all I II
: I 11. Epworth League at 8.3i: Mid Lola Nixon Ida Seifert, Dorris,
B. U.
T 30 Y. P. at 8:30
p. m.; : p. m.
-"Edwin R. Woodbury, who "
and he la having
well good time .
Mowry Stuart Shield
\ week prayer and Bible study Aldus Matthews -
Prayer service at 7:30 Wed-
: p. m. Joined the naval militia some time !
(Florida City)
Thursday at 7.30.METHODIST: Fred Mowry Fred Fuch,
nesday. Charles Sheffield, Alvin Campbell, ago, left Monday for Miami to, -"The Garfunkel family I moved I

CATHOLIC EPISCOPAL.. James Gllmer William Mussel- join his company." I to Miami on Tuesday, greatly to
SOUTH white, Larsen Mitchell Emma -"R. It Sullivan I. D. Clapp, E. the regret of their many friend

Church af the Seared Heart Fitch, Marie King, Willa Caves, A. Froacher, C. W. Mangu. A. C I here." (Florida City). ,
S. E. Second avenue, Homestead; HomesUad-the Rev. J. 3. Rich- Ivan Moser Tom Crave, Roy Craw Herbert McConathy and -"Another meeting of the best:

the nd'.v: James Ctoonan, pastor.I arda pastor. Sunday school at B.43 Matthew; Cecil Hook, Roy Router Donald Macl'arland wen the grower wa held on Monday evr.i. i iI
; mass at I a, m.| week day a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and S Herbert Lamb.Judson Strlctt local men attending the grower ing last presided over! by Dr. S. S. ,
mass at 7:45: dally. Sunday school p. m. Junior League at 3:3011... m.; land, Frank Sheffield Cbarlei meeting in Miami on Saturday." I Shield There was a good sU
Sunday following 9 o'clock RUM. HI League at 6.19: p. m.; Senior Becker." -"Announcements have been received I tendance and ni.ich Interest man- I
Communion women the tint League at ':15 p. m. Prayer meeting in Homeatead of the mar- Ifested. The diteuulon: was pir
Sunday of month; for men and at I p. m. Wednesday. -"Mr. and Mr*. T. P. Brooker en- ilage of Mia Gertrude Hoenahel tlclpoted In by Oscar Taylor, J.'W.

boy, the second Sunday of month. Silver Cmm. Church tertained a number of their frleiidi sad Char Burilcy Colby, Jr.I Leach. Mr. Could. B. F. Collier,
raise Blty
Tuesday night at
a most delightful ,
Holy hour Thursday before first -the Rev. T. H. Norton, "900" which took place in Miami last Dr. Shleldf, J.; 5. Caves, F. A. R: b- \ :
pastor. party, the occasion
Friday of month at 7:41: p. m. Mass school being Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock. ." I errs Chjs. Peeler, A.-0. GrawflKd I
first Friday at 7.30 a. m. Bene- Sunday. every Sunday at 10 their eighth wedding anniversary. -Mrs, T. D. Moore diedlat. Friday !-'1 other ." (Florida City I ;
m.; preaching services on Tint After spirited Mr .
games, Sue
diction of the Blessed Sacrament
home !
at her Silver Palm
near J. U. Free
after third and fifth Sundays at 11 a. Rupert and Carl Deden were '-- writes the editor
ma'LCHBISTIAN '
m. and 8 p. In.PrI.eeto.Thot. warded prize for having th liter a lingering Illness that the army official are holding
e"Mass Harriet Mclntyre attractive up Jas application on minor phyiU :
SCIENCE highest .
CHURCH score. Those
e Rev. H. O. Cow present home in Redland wa :I cal defects but that he will tat
were Mea.... and Mesdames
Florida City-Broadway and an, pastor;; Leo L. Poyter assistant Lehman J. L. Iihmael Carl Lee place of amiuement for Z. E. Hair'a on the Job In the hope that later ,I
Sixth street Sunday achool at pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m.; Deden Sunday School class but Tuesday' ex n>lRat.ona may let him In. '
Lewis Twyman, Mr*. L. L. Bow
(:4) a. m. for pupils under 20 yean preaching at II a. In. and ":45 p.
Mrs. Sue Rupert, Misses Otbelia i
of age; morning service at 11 m. every Sunday. Epworth: League uss, rr
Fuchs Eunice Nixon, Frank Skill
( o'clock. ,. at7p.m. i
Wednesday evening *r- ii
B. M. Duncan E. Z. Crowley, W. i
vices which Include testimonialsOf
METHODIST FEEE J Clark, C. Y. Walker and '
healing and experience and remarks "
on Christian Science I p. Fonda City-Mrs. Ernest War- Clark. j
m. The public i II cordially invitee I re n pastor, Sunday school -''Wm. M. Bradley, cashier jj

to attend. 10 a. m.; preaching 11 a. m. and the Bank of Hastier at j
Ca., for nine year I 11 the !
g Junior
p. m.; meeting 1:30: p. nut .
Sept. ( Lessonsermonssubject
Young Peoples' meeting ':15. cashier of the Bank of Homestead.
"M n." "
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Prayer and clean meeting 7:30 1 ;
s CHURCH OP CHRIST Thursday. -"Mis* Othali Fuchi leaves th
,1&11.- 0' ""........"" to" .''.''nd I
Homestead-First avenue andN. PENTECOSTAL State College for Women at Talla ;
W. Fifth street; T. J. Hunton, hassee." .
Geald*Sunday school at ,
:43; j'
minister. Bible study at 10 a m;; preaching at II and ":30 -"M. S. Studsttll r 'I
communion fellowship and a. m. p. m. putting the Better Lumber Better Houses '

preaching at It a. m.; preaching at HOMESTEAD PRESBYTERIAN ground in front of his cottage In ...
excellent condition, an example
7:30: p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday -
at 7 JO p. m. Hemetea4-Rrome avenue at which other" could follow to ad IN CHOOSING the Lumber for your construc-
N. Uth street the Rev. E. L. Nelson vantage.
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CHURCH or GOD minlater. Bible school at _" A number opal men have tion work, insist upon the very best which of

Homestead--606 N. W. First 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 m. m been ordered to before the course, means that you'll get it from us. We
Young people meeting at 7.30 examining board In Miami 0fI
:
J. H. Dodson minister.
avenue; p.m. Monday, among them art the following can supply your needs to any dimension or
Sunday school at ':U a. m.;

preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m., Sept. S 11 o'clock warship Roy Flora: T.,H.E.Parker B. Cameron, Jo*. Burton W. n., amount. Let us figure on your next work.
Junlar Y. A at 6:43
: m. Prayer
p.
: sermon by the posters atwonilip Caves, Z. E. Hair, A. C. Horne
meeting, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday Brooker Lumber Co.
7 ..
B. for young W. F. WIno, Irvin vault, L wl*

CHURCH Or Till NAZARENBUuelead People at the church.SPIRITUALIST Twyman Fred Pennlngton DwIaM TELEPHONE Carver Bethel Whitehead and
) .. The Rev. W. J. TKMPLE: OP I
Alee Stirrup County: Judge S.
!Parker puator. Sunday ichool at TRUTH J. Barce, Fred Pint M. S. Bobsl

I.45 a. ,\.; preaching_at 11_a. m. Homestead-branch of Miami' 1 and J C. Wayman of Miami all I
and T.ao p. m.; N. Y. p. s and well known j
to
Spiritualist Temple of Truth InWoman'l the South Dade
Juniors at (.30
meeting : p. m. "
Club people are In the lint.
430 N. W. Eighth
Prayer meeting Wednesday *
evenIng
avenue. Men's Bible clan and "a A.Wtldin was 'n Miami I on
7.30
: n.
p. juslneiif last Tuesday and reports ,

Princeton the Rev. C A. Con- Applause laving encountered extremely

don pastor. Sunday school at (:45; A commercial traveler put. up hot weather, In Michigan! an hit
preaching it 10:43: a. m. and 7:30 for' the night at a small country I trip north this .um .er. W. J, ,

p. m Junior meeting at 6.30;young Inn. In the breakfast room the Krome U also back from his trip

people' meeting at 6.30.: Prayermeeting following morning he wa asked by ui Edwardsvllle, 111 where he hod ,
Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. I the landlord how he had enjoyedthe gone to settle tho affairs o! Ml

I comet-playing In the next bed. fjther' estate."
EPISCOPAL room during the night "This Is to announce the arrlv,,' f

: 8L John'*-S. E. Second avenue '"Enjoyed it!" wa the reply. "I of Samuel McKinitr/, Junior. ."

and Fourth street Homestead; the should think not, Indeed! Why, I -"The painting of the M. E.
Rev Milton B. Sackett, vicar. pent half the night pounding on Church hat been delayed this weekon
Morning prayer and sermon Sundays the wall to make that fellow stop." account of the tain but with

at 11:00: ; holy communion every "I'm afraid there' been a misunderstanding pleasant weather again the church
Sunday at .,:30.. m. and lint ," said the landlord will soon be"looking fine In its new ,WHEN YOU J IUY- THE *, ,,IN#i IheI.' "
Sunday of month at 11:00: ; other I itttfly. "The cornet player white dress. (Princeton.) I
holy Jays at 16.00 a, m. Young told me that the penon in the next "Little Darius McSweeney Is reported -

People Service League Sunday room applauded him *o heartily as being better." (Prince- C Why risk your none*te unknown rasorbladol

at 10:30: .. n:. I that he played every piece he knew ton). Buy Probak Jr.-prodoct of,the
Ave -o'Miss Myrl McSweeney will ..
time* over. -Tit-Bit*.
.. ....Id.* largest blade euker. Probate Jr. It

II DR. a r. .1 pound: ,booed and stropped by tpedal proo. % I ION

STEBBINSRegl DR. AL.A. BEUGER I II ,..a quality double-edge blade that dU- < '1

OptomelrM DR.R.S.AKERSs' .add. far IOg Vu0t'to Chink through faSAOgjietrwhl s01
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U TEAKS' I .' ', ,} Jkert wtttovt pull et farltatioa, Q'

: .. Practice la H meatea< : Dentist DENtlSfOffle f' .,.pe, eyistdaljoytlp-tepsba.ea..

f Room t and 7 .Mount I a. m. I. f p. s6
McCrory Arcade r
Saadayi 9 te 11
Hours: II First National Bank : I

Saturday ....,<.?7,30 to 10 p. IIMAIS \. Closed Saturday
!! OITICt Building Free Parking Space I PROBA'1JUNIOREBLADES

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: 3-M1J-C-T1M I Office Hours 8:30-1:30 1711 N. W. ItTH ST. MIAMI I
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Friday September 3 1937 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Eleven ;
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rt NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX one

t LEGAL NOTICES DEED :
(Usate Ma N*. I541 A UNVOT1CK

BW TUB CIVIL COURT Of BEITtAP G. N W.told.18 MEREST holder of slab OrVKN and THAT Comity HOME COOKINGServed CLASSIFIED ADS

PAUL Ct>UI>T Y. PkOllint. N. IN et. Tn Orllflrao No Mgt II.nd de. All :11:11I
NOTICE OP RNF.RIPI'AL1 day of Ao..... A. D IM. ka filed MOM I
MARTYN LDMBKR COMPANY, WOtara.raUoa. ''I. my iftln. and .... __ aaplloMltinfor RATE Irwertlbn
Plaintiff n. DIXIE a lob dead to .. looted tk_. Bald Bunt lOf a line; subsequent inaerUon*

v MUSRYII/T COMPANY, suvwstiM.St. ,onttflnlr .aikrarM the following daMrlkd Family Style V a Line 4
ana.rqr In the c....., of Daat Blow
NOTICE 18 .FoUIIY GIVEN that I. of llwww Weeks
C. roLEItA r nbr.ift d DadaClasp. Lat 4. Reek a. ...... H.aot, PU at theSeminole
..-. Man- and N ....... oflaiard a Book I*. Pan ... i. the Cvmfcr dIled. i I FOR RENT FOR SALE Rough lemon plunla, y

vest of noatlm karMafol awl dAm I I ., Blauaf Florid I I fine condition, the and quality
akaw HlrtM : The .. of rid property e.da
I Mt aaaprad d aboteeyhthtId4 I the aid .;.,'t=* bard wa is the game Hotel FOB RENT Furnished apartment now 10.00 per 1000. Seed from

.*.. ... apes the fellasslae :--Q; art v._.. I $13 monthly. Mrs. C '''I Isolated locUtIe Pure Mood
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a Valoia MM MrHMoaW doll k. ...dawnedaee.disp
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'" 1"' ... Bigger. ( stock. Dam M. Robert
Loa e. if%, Inclusive III Dkek L a the property described I
I :' LIBERTY CITY a...wI.w.* of Dad I ICtoMM. i......,. win ka Asia to the klakail kMdor i (..13.13)ft.
t.F rorlda. sea dbig M Plat I[at the CvarUaouM duel *a lilt flnt Mo*. Room :FOR RENT I apartment, clean, I
t.d F ttamof. l.i.i dad for Plat Book ,. .. !day laj the monk af Oatokn.. IN?. which< Dining well flln abed.
.aa. Tl. af tk* Public swank of Dad I IUaaaty. k flat. 4tk dar of OvtoWr. ...,. I I: I Two have electric I. RED FRYtRS-Live or.ra>
d : HorMa. I I IM Dated thin lath dar af Alicia*, lift ; I I stoves and electric let boxea ed. Free delivery In city. Phone

t fpaaaat Ik* aroa DIXIE rry AMUSEMENT""f .. ....COMPANY aaajad ....! B. B.dark LEATMKBHAM.of Circuit Clark I| one has ordinary Ice box and M8-M.: McEweo Poultry Plant

Mfaoratlaa; and thai aa to-wtt. the 4tkl 1 Deal Coull/, Florida. ', electric itovt. One apartment
t day at Ortokar. A. D. lalT. 7.:1 CTmia coast feat 'i iBy MRS. GUSSIE JOINER I h.f large craned porch. Very FOR SALE: Tropical plant, cltru .

heal boxes *f ,.t.. aaBMly N.C.ITERRETTD.aAug. i,
In the. formation and tea .' lMk la the:, ( to, II.; Sept a, I"I) Proprietor I reasonable rent. Concession to I tree and tropical fruit ha

__. a* law day attoe sloth Front 1 i i i i | yearly tenant Yearly tenant aenaoa Aingle Grove, RedUuid
Door of the Curt HOUM. ta Miami. Dads NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOB TAI I road and Plummer drive.
County PVrMa. I will aff" for Ml Seek DEED I, want-the preferred. Good location I miles l
Eat all
mil at auMla *wlrr to tka Sickest and j Ism [', you i directly north of Homestead Orf i
.. NOTICE n cjti.Br GIVEN THAT BARRED ROCK breeding stock
list kldoVr/ar; .li. ta. Mad paM. tk.af : '
d..ermd ON ttamur (f. ... ., homer aailcM afaoalkv Federal highway! comer BUcayne .
style preP.ile r e.mp.rir stays the same Price winner I pen of Bishops
the MM Set.adast to Mttafy MM .>.. 'i Dralnaira UMrlot Tan O.rUflMW -! price drive. Apply to owner, 'I I ,
i MvaiMnd apt, abed the Bill day ofAanM 1 pen of Parka, alao White Leg
R C. OOLEMAN. A. D. 1MI kM tiled MM Orttfl. I Mrs. Eva Colllna at above ad- horn pulJeta.IPOULTRY .
u Blwrlff af .LAW County. PhaMa.t' era IB air of fie*, and kM made applfeallaaItk \ 75t 1.00 drec
By CCO P. HOLLY Deliver kwlff. I ax dad a baw thee.sa I. se.wd..m, 5ftf .... EQUIPMENT. Battery
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VICTOR P. CRILEV I I with 'law Mw Certificate aaikraoai tk.loltowin T--- brooder to accommodate IWK
Attarn fat ......Ut,. Am Blvd atwrtr Affected la 1 I FOR RENT 10 acre scarified!

(nark *. It. 17. 141 Oct. 1) | Padt 0.....,. Florida, Swarm': I land. $1J an acre. J. L. Hilton chkkena AIM 6 movable poultry .
elk. of IWU If.W",( txtlol U I
house In excellent condition
TowMkl 14 (aatk, ..." 44 EMI I Naranja. (aUU) ,
., MOTICI or APPLICATION '0'I'I, roalalnlac M Acres mars or .... la J. T. TOMERLIN Fla. type with metal roof will

Uhraal. Bin DIED Ma. IM A the Gamely af Dado, But af Florida.. I POTATO LAND 10 acre only. accommodate 100 hen eacnMr .
The aaHMmwt at MM ..... TRANSFER
i NOTICE IB HKRHBT GIVEN that B. the MM Carllflrau bated WM peawwy la Ik* same Soil depth, 3 ft to 4 ft. $121 per *. Alice Simons, R. r. D. Box

D.Certificate LM koldor Ha. af 1M1 sate tatMl and Ik.Oovntr Ilk Tat dar I of U.U.Intocrlty Realty Carps. I Frefchi. Dirt. w..... Sharing. acre. H. A. Cameron. 803. corner Silver Palm drive
MM Cortlfkala I shelf ka
ninai.4aaMrdlna
.af July A. D. MO. boa wild MM ta mraffkx I to law, tai deed will haw tkara.aa BUCCEBSOB TO a c. IIV"." and Richard road. WWI
..d kaa made pallratloa. fur a laidrfd aa the Mad dv af BmHaaik.i. A. O.DiitoJ etc, Healed 10 ACRES pine land 660 feet frontage -

I* k* haaad the, arm. BaM CartltlratrOTikracM I"' CaU SII.. Hwnerte 01IOUth tide Kpmore drive, FOR SALE Clean aecond-hand

the Cat7 doe following..f. Dadr,dawrlliod state at fntfiiVila .......... '" this lath dw af August A. D.C. I I adjoining Seaboard railway; $50 toilet. Its tank and two-Inch

...It.WM ., awl af .W\4 ....... U. I B. LEATHFJRMAtf.Clork of Circuit NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOR TAX per acre. H. A. Cameron, Home- connection to bowl and the wild

Twa.kl M Seoul. kaaca I* Eart. aoifI County: Court.Florid. BIHDOlf.) A MM i atead Phone 72 (Jn 4 U). brass automatic fitting inside,
'estates I* acting move or .... I* Ute CIrweR c..t PadDon I (Moue '
v NOTICE 15 HEREBY GIVEN that $7; next week M. Worth $12. Ice
CMatr af Dad. Santa at Florida.TiwaaNankaall I
By N. C. STIRRED. D. C. af luu ant () 0..1' FOR RENT: 10 acres scarIfied

a 1M law ...uIN"*brad foaM. _- property In ... bode goes i __(AutO.. til ..... I, I'. IT) 1 I Tom few"CortlftoataNo William holds, 4401 load the land $10 per acre CASH. AUo or hot food Jug, T5c (new tl.IS)

A...Mt, A. D. tell kM fl'.l Big neiiily new potato digger
W
Jabs may ,
alt
-- NOTICE or APPLICATION FOB TAX fall 30 arcre, scarified $10
velkill : arrtlflMU ...... k* toniim DEED I. my off"and kM max appltratto I per <5e. Sago Grove E. King high
... dead to k ....... th.n.n. Bow Or.Ufltat CASH. H. A. Cameron.
; *d same inner to law, the praporl* aaarriMdtlMnla <*..... Bill Na. .*" A till a ........ overruledpr.t.ry ere,
1 will ka MM. to the khtknt klditoral NOTICE: .. HEREBY GIVEN THAT Seek .a the 0' I (a -S71
.... Courl-aouM door on the tint Now franc E. K.lly. Coldly of Now and Caaaly In the OouMr at DUo State af I I way.MISCELLANEOUS

day I. tk* Maatk af OrtoMr. IN7, which Tu Certificate. ".. M7T uawd .... Ilk l"Lot.>T:K'l And. I|i
j kl the. 41k day wf Octnaw, HIT. (I aay *f Ivlr. A, D. UM KM flM Mm I* aft. Bunch 11 FOR RENT I acre of deep,
DOW I927.L offle.. tad kM : Plot. of Elisabeth Park, Plat Bank 4.
this IM day of aVpfnnbOT, my made anpllraUoa for scarified pine land $TJ. L L.I
B. tax dad to k Par IN. In the County *f Dada aUUof
LKATHFRMAN. based tknwm. B.M Can PIANO TUNING and .o.lrina.
I. Florida.Tk. William, Home Bid,.. Homestead
Clark af Circuit Court sombreros the. folfc>wln' OKrlkrdI
I lIMa Caaaty, ........... Prop.ily .. the. counts at Dodo.swa III MI annual af Mid ..l r the ..M ...[Miser kaaa WM la the aanwVriM.
Chuff Court BM| FIe ld., tawit t W. E. Koon. I IS N. W. 3rd St.
i ii By K. C. BTEBRKTT I', D. c.(8ee016 I Lou 11-11 ,..111..1 PM! rise Nit oft u...._ I _
... .... .. HOUSE FOR RENT saleSrooms
.11. shell mfcumidaraordlna or
i I I. Plat Book 4 Pen MM
1 1t I, 10, 17, 2l|. I la. la the CvuMy I
I *f Don. ttala at FlarM. to taw, the properly uainrllwdUtrrrta and modem bathroom. WANTED
The .._., will W wild. to the highest bMarrat
MM af MM
prolMrty rear
t NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB TAX the MM Hrtlflrato bad WM lit the the Ourt-kooM Mgt *aj the. fleet Monday Running water, S screened,
aaaw
j DEED wealth at Ortokrr. INT. wkk.k I RE1'RP.SENTATIVE: WANTED -
,Off Unknown.. In the porche Newly painted Inside
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, I BraaW Bill N 141) A till UalM aid Mrtlfkat shelf .. material the 4tk. day of Ortotor, IN1.t to look after our magazine ub-
NOTICE I* HEREBY GIVEN thai Wlfc of aiW?, INT.B and out. Garage, fruit tree
: f.]!*. C..... ..........." Milder of _.. I aoa nllnv to low the. property aWfrlWd Dated ibis lot. day B. LKATHKBMAN. j therein to the tinkled bidder I Couple only. W. W. Severy care
sod County Tax Crrtifhtoto N., Ill** ... I' at th. c.t'-: of Ctmilt Court. and vicinity. Our plan cniblr
[ward the Ilk day af Aural, A. D. Ml. la tk s the first Moaiky Pork County, Florida.I ICI..1t Of Redd'l Dry Cleaner, Home-
mash af
t bas filed ama I* mr affk* aad kM mad.avpllratloa k the Ootokar. INI. Which Court satSy you to Secure a good part of !hundreds
Itk anr af Ortobar, IN). tead.
for a tai dead. to lie |MU. :' Dated Ikll lUi day af Actual, lest.t ". C. STIRRED D. c. cf dollars pent in this
*- rem. BaM CMUIral. aaikncM the .Sept a. lei IT, til.NOTICE .
1 followlnt aoMriM nmamy In fit. County 1 1of E. B LEATHMIMAN.. HOUSE IN FLORIDA CITY for vicinity each fall and winter for
Clark
of
circuit Cast !
Dada era af riurUa. to-wlti i Dade c...... Florida NOTICE 0. APPLICATION FOR TAI rent by year. Furnished or un- rnafailne Oldest agency In U.
; Ut IT. Hark (, Cordon Park at c...... c-t Seel BRED ,
t .uk., plot Book 1. Pan M. la ,,,. SANTA I furnished. Inquire Leader-En- ft. Guaranteed lowest rate cm

f Ouaty *f Dada, saw of "........ by,A"eamTS1: ;;"::::S.is IS HERKHT OIVEIf THAT terprlae. all periodical, domestic and
fI I The aaMMlMM af Mid Wroaurty Kadrr Victoria H. CauaMlmaa, battle M M.uTMaif i I I
I the MM No heave basset WM I. th. some| NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB > loutk.ni. Dialnan Dhnrkit Tax COTHflrau > fortlAn. Instructions Slid equipmc"it -
I oil Unknown. i PBKO TAX Nash...... tAE delta the atk dar ofAauwjt. FOR SALE free. Start a growing end
Uslaw Mrtlflcat shell k* rajirmidianrdlBai 1 (Resale BIN Nw '") A till A. P. tat kM filed MM c..tI,.. I
to law, kW prapnty do""flood 1.NOTICE IB HERKBT GIVEN THAT era I. my does. and be.Casa applies.tloM permanent business In who or
I
Ikmia will .. MM. to the. khilMt kMdrrl l k>tarla N. OaanMaiaa. knkfcnr af Slat. for tai fed to ..." th.esan a es FOR SALE Fordaon tractor Hiwre time. Address MCKil'tVCU11RELL. -
al the Caart-kaaM door m the. time Now I lad County Tat CwtlflMla Va. Salt baud IBM wttk law BaM Carttfkele sae food running condition. Price
..ay la the month af Ortoarr. 1M7. wklek the fall day af July, A. D. It**. kM flied. : homes, the Idlewise described Inc. WayinJRoad.
I k the. .tk dar fl Orator IMT I wont la Pay a/lira, sad kM made appltaa- affiliated! I. Ds.w Oauntr. _. townW .I'I reaaonable. M. S. Studatill TUler (- North Cohocton, U Y

Dato this. gal dny of Sent orb..,. "1JE. Moa for a tax dad ta k. bowed thoraoa % rf NWV .< ""H. MWH of ave. A N. J:. 2nd *L (1-17)
R. LEATHKRMAN. Bow Ooft"..... aaiaraoai the following 'WI ., 8E\4\ Seethe IT, Townoki M 1
Clark af Circuit. ('_.... described peas.arty la the County: of tads. Smile. P.asge M ilia, e aala/nit IAAare. I I "' WANTED Young white woman
Dad County .......... ,,I.ttu *f FlorM. towlfi nave r Ina a the Gamely d FOR SALE Good metal. Inter'lock experienced cook, for restaurant
Graft Court... Tract Bird Rood F.na4, a luk. Dade, state of Ktortrt. shingles $8 Good'
tad.l I a tquare. Box 141 Florida Stf
.l"T City. (
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t By K. C. ITERriKTr. &). C. PUI .. Pan I*, aantalriiiMr I 41 TW asaaam.si at dew property 1 ,
(*.... I, II 17. 24' 'I Anu man or bM la the. County of I tow uM OrUfmk fen** was In the CUM L & H electric range 110. G. R.
I D.a State of Fierido. .f Unkiwwa.ikM i Oldendorf s Plumbing Shop. WANTED of houses

NOTICE OP APPLICATION DIED FOB TAX I I...*TW law. assessment Mrtlfloato of band MM WM proporty In the. Under I .o to M.hw OwtlflnW, tax Wd dull will bo Lang ed.wtdae.adla. [libel 1 i (20-24)) and apartments for rent Henry

r 4 swab BIN Na. IN A Oat oil Unkwww lame o. .. ... Un4 4tr of ........... A. D. Behrens It Benj. W. Morris, N.

NOTICE IB HKRKIIY GIVEN that BIN I! DnbM. MM arrllflMt .h.II W tiilaini.rd .1 "r 4-ROOM HOUSE and lot, out of Krome ave, north of 10-rent
Sob ( A.... A. DHIT. .
wJ tkU far t
rlrlt I. bow, Mdur of sate Mrardln to law the encores dMrrl | '"
T.. Orttflral. No. Mbrl based and tk County* lat i rd IkrNla will. ka M4 to tk. klchMl kMdarl : I town. $MO.00 caih. H. A. Cam- store; phone 84. (al8-tO

day of A...... A. D. 1UT ... liked. same the Cmut-kowM duor aa the flrat Mo}- JL I LRATHmMAN., < trpn (Jnlltf)
"*mt afllaaj.and kaa-awd .nillnnkMi, for'a ,Ida, ...'._-at Oil.b.n..447 whisk Clark at Circuit Dart. v
tax and k the' 4th day af OrtoWr. IMT. Dade County, PIaWsby
to lie baud tkmo*. BoM Car of which i
ACRES are
20
tlflcato amkraam Uw fuMowio Deficit thin 111th day at Away lost. 01... Cecil Sol acre Buy Home
aMarltod a
,I L .S. LEATHERMAN, M C. BTERRinT: D. C. glade balance pine land. About
FlaMder.I the Canty d D... Sate atLao I (A.. M Ill Opt (. 1C, fir
w.. I Clerk of C'II Gail, Grove Land
N. Bleak S. Mimntor II...... DW c....,. JI1o...... 275 neglected tree*--grapefruit, Buy ,
Plat Hook Clrlek Ooart ...1 NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR TAX and tangerine*-can be I "
It, Pan t" |, DM. Count orange Glade Land
01 .teawsa.ai n........ JAY N. C. ITIIIIIIIT'I': D. C. IlKKItMOTICI 1 ,I reclaimed. 11,150. Can Make Buy
pact
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TIle cf MM tnrmr wader : IA.. It. It I Sept B. loo
the I* MEREST GIVEN THAT term It fc) firm belief that hither .
Mid some my
MrUflcat band WM m tk* MMValMa .....
NOTICE Or APPLICATION roB o. Swat et City d MlaI.Tax e-
fill u.--. TAX
,'I DEED ultimate N.aaed 11445. dated the led:! Phone 71 IL A. CAMERON price are Imminent.
MM Mrtlf Inl* *kal., k* Federated III Juse, A. D. I.... hM I'lled
it" said,
( .nalr Bill Na. 141) A til .
MMrdln the 'l I II Doa't albble about price
aMcrlard'tkw.1.
alitbe said rap *r )l0T8 HEREBY etltkale ta air allies, and kM wads ..
GIVEN
I. t* Uw kluhMt bMdw Omrudr Wi"...,, holder of THAT U Jf4 .o boss tko>mi UJ:I NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOR TAX Deal wait.Bey .
al the CourMxnM door aa the. fired M_ Bow and =-.Ior. : DKKDIMItl
day la Uw math af County Tot CnjflMU N...
I is Dow... 4tk this dar lot of dar Oetnkrr.Orlobrr of rWountwr.NT INT.. Which Itll I,i,mew. day II af Of A of'_"..... .A.** D.h..to IMI. kM.P..1.flM....' .It.ffmbraraa.... I*UM Dado'01""Canal' .. aWffrfkW Florida. k iue.iqf.wi" ,|j jaaatMKkar 1| Victoria NOTICE N. 0.1 IS SMIKBY_.. held OWEN. a Amiga"THAT I II y..lIth..... ne far ibis. *.,- I
Let But. S. .let aheaandaak
14. -
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too fur a tat Md below .. few months benee
I B. H LEATHER MAN. to.ka tkmoa. Plat both I1. $4. N t city ; af Boatkar Drainage District Tai t nlfU.atoi lett. a
RalT "age I
Cartlflrau:
Clerk at Circuit Court; I' MAraoM the totlawsg ii-I. Crony of Dray Sate d ...., aawtorod 1M tea 11.111 -. dated the
I lIMa Gusty. Florida. lmerlb.d peoetp I. 'Ioa Calnty at Dado Ida.TM. day af A...... A. D. self. kM fI'lid II. A. Cameron r rALFRED
ClmN Court Bral I I State d Fnrw., twat encountered d law mad" MM Crrtlf. ..._ tot my "' ,..., and kM mad.appllMikni .,
: flew le I. Blah 11 And Flat :"rer."L I dam kau ikrroaa to
tTERrlinT.
Br N. C. for to* to
(..*. I. lB. IT,IX til.k C.. I 1:1I..t, a ...... )Nat Bab .. d Gas(1"saw' _G":. leas bs..d same 1 ,,..rd.- with ...... BaM OrrtlflMM bar
,
i: Pon:. o the County ., DMo. Sera u._ Saw Oartiflas.. shell be __I I... ... .lollowhi dm_ |inpillr..ltu.tod .
d .. ad a law. W dead will / ta Dada C....,. .......... to-wKl CAmOLIONIK end NELLIE:
The aasrrar III dew property ..m.fdlsr newfh '. Bird Boat PM book T, i NI. bit wT" D.fsaetw
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r. t TM ad A. B.
o. J
the law e.rtNwnte Mad was In the dew I P.:1.. MtoMlne = wines. ar Win ORDER REQUIRING onaN.ANT1I to
pf vahncwwUwl. 1M1.Itakri o' ......... APPEAR
1 1Rejuvenae l the Cauaty of Dada Saw *f M
LetUs j ... MM _,..... tkk ft day af Aavwt. m CACnuUONI.: IM W.
i naif M pith... outlasted to OrrtMlMH law test The TOt ALFRED y
44 aMMdMart-, the. pMacrty .Writed B. UtATHKDMAlf.ClMk I ..meetl/fblmeetaw .f MM araruny aaauv the MM II III bne..t .1_. _.......... Rhea bad 1.n
tk will .. af ClrMH V> ". Co .) C"ITlaUOJ.11...
ra MU to the htehNrt hid de at Dado rturia. Ijaaad WM la the MA af ta.ta NELLIE
the Caart'h.iw. door *a Ik* lint Monday ClMalt Oawt .... Caaalr IM WmVjMt Meat Prarldraai. kinds.
m the month of Orator. '''to whim b k..wwd Nwt4, at SW4La blade
K. & .
Ik* Sea day af By IAHEB 0.Aac. I : W...r flaws Ih Towa. IT U ORDERED Gael ywa sad sash of '
Maaor. INT. I ( .. ...... a*. *t. aapt 1\ S d 5114 ( N
Your Car Oatol Ik* Bills day at AUTMI Ml ship 14 aVatk. Baa*. at KaM. _..../.. yea aaaaar ** Monday, tka sir day afOrtokar '
: B B. LEATMERWAN. I I lit Aetna dews or law kl the County af A. 0, 1M1, to the kill af apaatotot .
CWra rf Circus 1 Dab. male FMrW r = ao.rdtkaes anlia a aoua MMkwaia af mat*.
Cat.ty. : took The dmw iaaa kantoroM tow amtoat rm to UM
Wood Work -iiMi tan a.aDaft i DOOa AND WNDOW AMKilwrvrxrws Amery nab the mid Candlemas. stew Mybd sad ....... saw aad toaataaK

,I L .. BT If'e.; Inn tt, Body. ,Feqrjfr, : Reptlrj I _Awj. ". Brpt.t1"'j'. 17)EdwardStiiing .1 Unkwi saw "...1....... kaM M riliiatd "Wood ...,1... __
$ ...irdtntto 'law. deg dead will Name THE LEAUEB.EMTEBPBII Wnkwtrrc
Tops and Trimming i i [seam .. .. red dy d S.p.mba, A.L I dmlesW so the It wbkk this
$901.I ed.! aftn he publish" td tome -
: Seat Coven Tables Cabinet Work I I tatted Able 15th sir d A...... A. D. wrcki.
'. .. : 1547. DOME AND ORDERED .* Ik* Ouart
I ,S. .. ""11IUII'II.I her. Mlarai riurtam, aa laky IM lid
Palntinff) r Real Estate oil Bctee with r *r-i Clark .f Circuit Cwart aw af A.*.a, A. D. ton.

General sated wortkianablav I Dad .-..., riorlaaI E.. a LEATMEBMAM,
Insurance >....* *..* Clark Conk COWL
I. BrV c. : figs -.tr. FlnrMa
Art's Pint : FLORIDA cnr.'nA. II. .C HARRIS ': '***. **' *"**.Titlfi C.xotfblSWIFT; 11gsty Cleat
SiMfMSN.EROMIATBV >r. )Palo AT*. ofd AM. B f'r&l..r(
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rTe*< >rHng shop I..) she c Hak Count af the BlarM Jai -
diver (draw af Florida, ra aad Far olkMar for _.atalnaat.MT .
I tuI A.. N. er IOi sane fta*. CMT. ra Om.il. Na. (*r.lU.. laaTakaat BatMlae
I KaVEX-BAKEU. IMCOBKJBATUI. M Nowt .liters
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Twelve THE LFADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, ;ffcotember 8. 1S37

,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,, ,, ,
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necessary to the project ftarted t !il!: ;; ,1: ; II :: ; ;
N.Y.A. and to get in touch with countyostMriaston i I r,
authorities regarding, :'
11 tnMMparUtton of the budding toHmnsstiafl. Maxwell SUGAR
Contfamad Flint fan One Mr. Oeroninto agreed; House
> public ground and buildings Intact I to aw welfare authorities about :a1 I in cloth
thai the fire fount men that certified MM t* eHiMM.. and Mr. bags
y now OMMtMut the NYA enrollment -I Archer was called en to give pub.,!
; in the district are new com HeMy to the *oj wt Coffee The
plating a 'chapter house tot me) 'Mt. Brow* whoa Wr4ct extends -' sanitary
Redland Future Farmers rf America '|, from Indian Riytr County: to' 1 1 1 way
Ineluat said .
Monroe County *
and a stone ttnce lor Ik* Red
lad school grounds Citing the that there art 200 enrolled b NY AI I 5 lb!.
I.,, med of the Homestead colored project In Key Wet
29c
school for additional housing fadlitlei. -I Desks, file cabinets and other I Z7c
M.... Walker pointed out that furniture needed by the county office -
*are made In the manual training -
the manual training and domestic
ANY BRAND
science equipment of the school projects sponsored by the county P. & G. SOAP
'', could be put In the building available he...Id. Many of the desks and
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. ,, from Camp Boose.elt,*Dad other school furniture are made MILK 3 tall cans 21c 2 Giant bars ......... .. lOc
leave plenty of room for a recreation by white manual training workersand 1 Medium Ox'dol..5e
room. Mr Brown said that put together by negro NT A 1
projects la manual training and do-!workers, he said, so the proJects JEWEL -
mettle science, which would train really pay back the county tor the I AH ...._. ... 15c
', *uung negro men to be handy with money expended for material ror.c; ;
tool around their homes and fit I The NYA to intended to bridgethe LARD 4lb. pkg. SOc
between high school and
< joung negro women for domestic gap I
. .service could be organized, and II'' employment, with the purpose' .PufCedVheat
AM decided that hours could be of training the youth for a vocation COUNTRY ROLL
arranged that would not conflict as well aa giving him remuneration. pkg. .. lOcARMOUR'S
with the school Khedulc The negro project would Butter Ib. 37'Cbi'
Attending the conference at be suspended during the height of I ,
Urn Walker1 Invitation were the farming season when there II'i
Mayor Tom Harris, School Trustees plenty of work the district
Peanut Butter
PURE GOLD PLAIN Oil SELF-RISING
Frank Skin of Homestead and said dim.or !
Win. JT. Geronlmo of Florida City 1 A youth between the
end Ben Archer publisher of th.1Lr and 29 who I. a member of a Flour 20 lb. bag 77c 1-Ib.jar j ___.15c
ader-=nterprise. family eligible for any kind of public -
Mayor Harris said he wa sure assistance U eligible for NYA Upton o. P.
the city would be a co-ipontor of I employment FREE One Vegetable Shredder and SUcer with
TEA
the project to the extent of fumish- ;

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