The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00140
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: September 10, 1937
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00140
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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SCHOOLS OPENMONDAY I Diving Tower and Slide to Be in Use '

I At Municipal Swimming Pool TodayThe : SYDOIY PREPARES 19PA BIDS.

FOR oaratua war made with $100 leftover FOR GRANDSTAND DIAMOND
I ten-fool diving tower and from the swimming pool repair -
the children's slide will be In operation fund raised last spring by the ,
I it the municipal cwmimlng Liners swimming pool committee
1937-38 TERMOnly i pool tod'7.I f 103 from the original swimming AND $10.000 CITY LIBRARYP.T.

I The equipment arrived Tuesday pool fund of ten years ago and
I Mid work of Installation Was begun some $80 from the city' municipal.
Vacancy on Faculties I Wednesday under the direction of pool receipts.
Now Due to Late i W. J. Clark, loci building contractor The swimming tank was emptied A. Will Sell Council Acts Following
i and cement expert who and scrubbed Wednesday and al- School Workbooks Suggestion for Su-
Resignation successfully refloored the deep end towed to sun yesterday as it was
of the pool and restored It to service found impractical to have It In use pervised Play
SESSION LASTS ONLY after it hid lain idle for near- while the tower and slide were in To keep school patron from
ly two year protest of erection. The date for' having to go to Miami for the workbooks CITY TO DOUBLE FEE
used In the first sit grades
It nay be the middle of the afternoon I the weekly draining and scrubbingof ON LIQUOR LICENSES
before the diving tower the tank will be changed from' the Homestead principal hasbrought I _
No School Slated for Tues the workbooks to the Neva
Saturday to Thursday now that the
li ready for me, Manager T. J.
Instead of $375 BeHomestead's
$750 to
day as Teachers Arrange 'Dialer aid, but the slide win be Thursday half-holiday are oxer' King Cooper Bchool and a P.:-T. I
A. committee headed by Mrs. C. iDyal Share of
SchedulesThe readY this morning. Purchase of ahd school about to start, Mr. I
I will be in the clinic room M
the tt.ndal'll.wlmmlnl pool ap- blekc w>d. The Thursday draining State Tax
at d scrubbing will put the poolin stated hours next week: to sell
white school in Homestead
I The books brought from
them are
top condition for a full weekend
aedland and Florida City will cpen: William Sydow consulting; engineer -
the school offices in Miami and
at 830 Monday morning for the COMMUTERS NOT of swimming by the schoolchildren for the city of Homestead
I fx.ld at the exact price paid for
of the district, he pointed I .
1(37-31 scholastic ye a2 the schools la the rot of Bade BEST FOR SCHOOL out :I This plan has been followed for Wednesday night to prepare plan
County All pupils have t U .*> Charles Little and Marvin Pritch- the two The local textbook to submit to WPA for t recreation
pact years.
this first flay, however, is to get ard Lave been engaged by Mr. : dealer doe not handle work project that would provide for filling
registered In their grades and subnet TRUSTEES VOTE Dleier a* pool aoftonu and lifeguard books. In of the municipal eUemend

*. They will therefore be sine I *. Books win be on vale from t.ItHU ball field and construction of an
to go home In ** hour or two, and 14 Monday, from I till 10 .n adequate grand stand Met Mcechen -
te teachers will spend the relit of Redland school trustees have Tuesday; and from I till 11 and and a library prelect that
the day In completing the refutra- written the county superintend I MASKED PAPER 1:38 till 1:3t en Wednesday Hud would provide a tlt.oao natural
bon and clu.iflln1he atudcota. ears office that in their Judgment I Thursday On the following Moo- rock building to house the municipal
There will be no school Tuesday It would be to the best Interest of I BAGS RMEDTRIO day they will be on sale from I library
.for the pupils anyway. Teachers the pupils, extra-curricular school I till 10 o'clock.BRIEF a Action toward setting Uw recreation <
will spend the day working out activities and the community In project was urged in a
schedules for classes and nnsnarlhig general for all teachers of the I GET STORE CASH I 1I communication from H. P Mc-
conflicts that arise. Wednesday school to reside within the APPEAL Daniel, read at Monday night's
will be the drat full day of land District which coundl meeting
school and both pupils and teach area from Goulds to Florida Red-I The IJ'OctrJore of W. W. Mr. McDaniel who w.s largely
en will continue to put in full time Inclusive,Charles O. Turner, Woodson at Goulds was held up FOR P. 0. MAILED Instrumental in getting the diamond -
/rant then on. man said yesterday and robbed of $281 about I p. m. :i bell field put la shape and
Holes in teaching staffs received Several teachers at the Redland Tuesday by three armed men who the league reorganized and refinanced -
littt.mlraite plugging this week school last year lived to Miami and I wore paper riles over their faces ; TO WASHINGTON this season, urged that
and with the exception of a firta' drove thirty miles to school in the with holes cut for eyes and nose.:h __ development of a public playground -
physical education teacher at morning and thirty. miles back The owner had departed foe the with supervised play be
Homestead, the faculties of aH home in till afternoon.' They .0-I night A clerk and two negro Homestead's brief of its appeal asked of the proper federal agen
.. three schools were said to be ebmpleU. oepted contract to teach, in Red- helpers were still the store and and argument for construction of .
.. MXs Katherine ThrUan, land gain this year but when the i the bandits ordered them under a post office building her was cies.A WPA recreation and I playground -
Homestead physical education principal pi the school was asked the counter while they looted the I mailed to Washington Wednesday, project was In progress at
teacher for the past several years, for a faculty list last week, he I store of Its cash. by Mayor Tom Harris acting Mflhfilramn the beginning of the present city:
sent in her registration from New not give a complete list because, f An automatle shotgun a ....ea- of. the general comraUtet administration but when the office
York this week announcing that pending applications for Oft off bot-gun and an automatic pistol -:I formed at the call of the mayor and of city engineer was abolished
r she U sailing on a trip round the to Miami mad by most of .. went reported M the weapons council. that and other project died for
world next Tuesday. teachers. carried Constable. M Scarborough Copies were mailed to the post want of the required city supervision -
Wm. Hester of Miami, who-holds "Not only is it impractical for said. The store employees office department, the treasury department and promotion. ;
> a master Of science degree from commuting teachers to help adequately were told to stay under the Senators Claude Pepper Likewise a project for eonsUucUon -
the University U Pfttaburg. Was with extra-curricular .cUviUes. counter for 30 minutes after the and C. O. Andrew and Congressman of a library had gone through
engaged Wednesday as science instructor to stay after school to give robbers )left It If they did not"want Mark Wilcox. at least the preliminary stage of
at Homestead High School, needed special help to students, the place blow up". With them were enclosed drawIng WPA red Up, but the plans called
t to take the place of E. E. Moo-, and to identify themselves with I A negro named Matthew from showing the inefficient floor for several times the amount contemplated -
maw, Jennings Rehwinkle, supervising the life of the community," said Goulds told officers investigating plan of the present rented post in the present plum and
principal of Homestead end{ ,Jr. Turner "but they also can not tile affair that he was picked up office quarter lack of funds to meet an Increased
Florida City school, announced be counted on to remain from year I about midnight by men wearing Civic dub and the chamber of sponeor'i contribution requirement,
yesterday Mrs. J. R Rutland of I to year because of their anxietyto paper tack over their lace and OMunene of the district will send together with the lack of someone :
Homestead will take the place ofContinued transfer to Miami .t -the first I taken to the corner of Eureka road resolutions endorsing the request whose Job It was to follow through I
( On Page Four) opportunity I and Krome avenue, where they' The Homestead Rotary Club Wednesday on the various stages of getting

put him out after taking It.20 and voted its unanimous endorsement final approval
of F. Get liter giving half of It back to him. (Continued On Page Four )
I U. to 13 Boys From This Area, The negro said he thought there I

: Big Remaining List Split Many WaysThirteen ana were officers four masked believe men the ,fourth however had I Consolidated Growers Seen as Hope ::1

heed left in the car when the trio Control Avocado and Lime Quotas
boy from the Redland'1 I Seven local girls will ester the' raided the Woodson store. To

District are planning to attend the I Florida State College for Women Mr. Scarborough and Deputy \

University: of Florida at Oalne- at Tallahassee: two senior, Miss Sheriff Tom Vans checked over a? .T GE(). .. SWA% 1lrashage to the Redland District

vile this year. Archer Smith who Jewel Turner who i* majoring in available Information, and hunted With the exception of the ooeperaltve I with that controlled by the r> II
Journalism and education and Miss
the sefUon between HomesVed and
i* taking a pre-medic course md; Lila Bebren,who if majoring In South Miami but could find BO exchange. and one largeIndependent |emote m WaranM estimated a I
Rudolph Cowman who U mafer-< mathematic*; two junior*. MU trace ef the bandit shipper practically ( between 85 and 10"It U\. car- :
Ing In pharmacy win be seniors. Alta Venn and Mill Louie Long alt the important avocado shippers lain that If the two eoulal bethought
H. H. Graham. Paul Merrill and Fltrpatrtck two sopbomCrea: Hiss were represented It. a rotating I together fully tO% of the
Kailey Macey will be Juniors, rive Fern Robertson and Miss Dorothy THE WEATHER Wednesday of last week: of the 'tkipnveatB would he under e*->>p-

will be sophomores: Theodore Roes and one freshman Miss 0ItlaI wfttbw......." Clot I Consolidated Avocado Shippers jerative, eootret A eomnttCUM coniI -
rrahktln who U majoring ta bust- I Mary Chalker. rao+t .at anon --.. ........ Association la Homestead. AD I, posed at Clarence ...,..... i. R. ,
ness administration John Fred- Five graduate el Redland! High were invited to attend and concurin Drooka and Fruit Lardon WIll I
rick and Roy Wood who are majoring School: wa attend Alabama Polytechnic Date |.tax MJ.| Br.tsttf. ital. action and effort to effect a appointed to snake en accurate
la agriculture; Wilbur Institute Auburn, Ala.: I _-1| W f 70 12Ls1trae*j truly ee-operative attempt to control -' survey of the tonnage In this year
Wood who i* taking a general! three juniors Bern Fluntner who I* Sept 6 __..I M I M JOT.Mi 93 I quotas, the uoUUoM<< ef mlnnnutk crop., and that of each werlety. so
course, and William Chambers to be a veterinarian Joe Hickeou Fept6-tM1S$1 I | I 11.36 prior, sad quantities of that plan to handle may be made haoeardlogly. j
whe I* majoring chemistry: The who ta to be aa aeronautical engineer Sept 6 --1 I II I 161 IN.'" uo I troll to be shipped Ante the d& Many experienced
. other three are freshmen: Myron Sam HJcksoa who I* to bea Sept T __| M I I 173 |3V7i 1M latent toerlMt The ConeoUtUted grower have stated that they be ,
CitoneD, Francis:! Fitzpatrick aid mechanical engineer and tae Sept O i 99 \ ft po.tt: Association 1* now to control lieu 40.000 bushel win prove :
Tom Collins. I (Continued On Page Four) ] Sept J _. IN i 170 00-024 .or between 64% aDd 70* of the i (Continued m Page Three) I 1

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f Two TIlE LEADER ENTERPRISE:; Friday, September 10, 1937

!II III II II II II coined by the troop William WeWv Sparse Audience Hears I turning and topping of an auto- Amplifiers and Pig I
uiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiumiiiii boy scout from Georgia HarryPierce mobile are given In talks by Mr.I Homestead
Concert from
Dig Symphony
Mfut et Cy West, I fBkter.
20 YearsUtloi Ago and q.. local boy. At other tines the talks focus Help Key West Fete ,
Abq one qu& scout, Santof Harris To an audience made somewhat!,.. rulw foe pedeetriao. safety. ;
was present at this meeting sparse by sultry weather add fCt J. Brows Homestead electric l
1II11111111llll11l1mmlllllllllllllllllllllllf Hubert Wesley Smith Joined our threatening thunder showers, the ealfend radio repair mad, answered -
troop and was welcomed by all Miami Symphony Orchestra gavea Boys, Subject of Talk an SOS call from Victor Larsen,
t The r--fib. up"N .we. .oar Slinimii the member concert in Neva King Cooper At Lions Club MeetingThe Key West recitation director and
sat .:=MtaMtafcrf MM It ISIS, decided to hold military School auditorium last night under scoutmaster, and took his public
1 .. .. It was I *
i :.i* OH If. r ISSI, .Wi tile .caeca drill every Thursday night at the I the auspice of the WPA federal Re Milton J. Sackett, address system and a fat pig to the
......t..ee.r. municipal diamond ball field at music project. Two local businessmen pastor of St John's Episcopal Island City Sunday to help put
I Sept. C, 1117. T 30 p. m. and all scouts are urgedto who asked that their names I Church of Homestead and exI over a Labor Day celebration held
W. C. T. U. Institute .Is to be organize a swimming team to I not be published, sponsored the I perienced boy; camp director, told .nearby Boca Chlca Key.
Saturday, September 15th. ." enter the swimming meet to be concert and stood the expense of Redland District LIons Tuesday Mr. Brown' amplifiers, so valu-
I I"A and Mrs. Jess Simmons held In Miami on Sept :23. transporting the large aggregationto night that no boy U an bad and able here In drumming up a crowd
Florida City on Tuesday The meeting was adjourned with Homestead. I said it wu not a difficult job to for an unscheduled ball game, win
were gone about three the retirement of color and the The program, conducted by Walter turn a bad boy into a good boy U. Just ai effective a* a last-minute
month, and spent most of that! scout benedIction. Grossman, was as follows: ha could be reached at the right reminder Of the celebration to Key I
i I time at Keyaer. W. Va., the home "Orpheus in Hades" overture, age. Hit talk was on children's Wester, and later In announcingthe
of Mrs. Simmons' parents" ._.__._..__ Offenbach education. athletic event and.their winner -
I I"t. BROOKER LOSESTO L "Adoration" _...______ Borowskl Announcement was made thata *. The pig, made slick and
S. Mowery and tome member "Countess.. Marltoa" I dance the tint of a series to be elusive with grease, was the main
..i': of hill family left this week ___...__._.selection sponsored and chaperoned by the I attraction in a greasy pig race-so
for the Lake Okeechobee region, BORNE IN POSTSEASONJER1ES 4. "The Last Spring" ._ __ Grieg
? proposed Lions Auxiliary wouldbe attractive, In fact, that some eye;
: where they will farm 5. "The Blue Danube" welts ..... given Friday night beginning were blacked In the process of deciding -
: -"A concert will be given In the ; ___ __ Stauss I t o'clock. the winner.
g day night for the benefit of the .. Mimi's aria from "La Boheme" Mr. Brown, who was accompanied
school auditorium next Wednes- __'___ Puccini Condition of Willis, on the trip by his brother,
i Red Cross, by Miss Othella Fuchs The Brooker Lumber Co. team, 7. "Espana Rhapsody" __ Chabrler Hit by Belt, Improves Harry, says that reservation for
Miss Fuchs win be assisted by even though strengthened by the National Anthem. I automobile space on the ferries
Misses Charlotte Collins and Emma recruiting of several players fromother I The soloist of the evening was: W. T. Willis, employee at the should be made In advance. He
Fitch. One of the features will be teams in the local Miss Marguerite Michaud, lyric I Lee sawmill, who was critically failed to do to for the return trIp
a song by Richard Fuchs entitled was unable to defeat W. D.Ie.aue'l soprano of the Federal Opera Injured 28 day ago when he was and could not return Tuesday a*
\ "If I Make the Kaiser Cross the Co.. champion team of the leaguefor I Chorus of Miami A French-Ca-!I|truck In the head at a heavy fast- he had planned but had to wait for
\ River Rhine. IIIS7. In the post-season nadian by birth, she received her I I moving belt parted. J Ja in improved the Wednesday boat.
,, _"J. W. English 1* painting hit which contained only three aerte"l early training in a Montreal convent I condition, it was .stated at PostGraduate
house and we think that by the instead of the announced and later won the Juillard I hospital yeiterday.
( j time Mr English finishes he will The series ended scholarship. I I The Injured man suffering from Turner's Funeral Home
, be able to give lemon on how to night when Horne Wl/dnelda'l' a possible fracture of the skull hat.
: paint a house. er 8-9 in the third Traffic Safety Course ,I been unconscious most of the time, i 14-HR AMBULANCE SERVICE
11 I "Miss Charlotte Collins spent s the local field. Already Taught in 11JIA:, but he .It now able to recognizeand Lady Attendant
few days with Mint Willow V. Sim. The first game was won by talk with friends and hospital I Phone 864-R Homestead, Flo.
mono at her horn near Naranja Horne, while the second played I Boy In the physical education;, attendant for inert periods.
this week." Wednesday night of last week, classes of Homestead High School I 1
I went to Brooker on a rained out I have already been getting the!
the Inning before Home forgedthe public safety Instruction which will:(
4-H SUMMER CLUB standing at. the beginning of I I be made compulsory in all Dade I

!t .........By Katharine Orfanede..."... rule that turned the score back to County high schools this year,!'
ahead of Brooker with a rally in Theo J. Blcler said yesterday
The regular meeting of the the last of the ninth. I[ The safety course will be Inaugu-<
I Homestead and Redland 4-H clubs Members of each team were rated as a result of a conference or I>
1 was conducted by Miss Eunice guests at dinner given by their American Legion and Miami junior
Grady and Mrs. Mary Carlson at respective! sponsors last night The chamber of commerce representatives -I
the closing summer meeting Tuesday Brooker players ate chicken and with County School Superintendent -
f A report by the high school other refreshments back of the James T. Wilson Wednes I /
clean-up committee was given by fire station, while the Horne players day.
. Katherine Otfanedes. as befitting champions, ban- The baste principles of safe I

, Mist Grady and Mr*. Carlson queted in Mbml.Cerebral : automobile driving, with Infotm'-j ,
tion to Inertia, torque
Judged the Summer Club exhibit,
factors relating to speed,
HemorrhageFatal NOW"ON
and a report on that wu given a* I
follows: first on the sampler Virginia to W. W. Poppcll -
\ Kinder; first on the purses, A t:atlv* of Georgia. Mr. PoppeU)|
: Alice Wysong; tint on the dolls, Wiley Wilson Poppell, 63yearold tame to Dade County in 1921. He I SAL
Katherine Orfanedei, first on the resident of Modelle, died in was a painter by trade, but recently -:
pillow too Virginia Kinner; and Kendall hospital at 1:15 p. m. Saturday had been a
first on the collar, Lou Belle Gren- a little more than an hour He it survived by WPworle"'j
after he suffered a cerebral hem Sirh Lstelle Poppet, ,.
nell.We 'orrhage at his home. Funeral services t"r, BVa Livingston, of Modclle:'
voted on the best hostess of
wets conducted Monday atteirfcmu two Horn. Frank Popped cf Naitn-1!
the summer and the/ winner will be
at Turner Funeral Home ja and Henry PoppeU of Evans-1 ROLLATOR REFRIGERATOR AUTOBUILT WASHER 'i\y
announced at The rally which it to '
by the Rev. C. N. WUker, and! v:lie. Ind; a brother, Harrr tf Pa- New Norgo flexible interior .arrangements The washer with AutobuUt Transmission '
\. be:! held in Miami Saturday bij-lal followed in Palm Cemetery| latka, and a titter, Kate, u! !?O-nnite1! give you 9 different -Super-Safe Pressure-In-
The hostesses this week were at tfaranja. Mills, Fla. !I II Interior variations. Famous dkstor WrlnlllI'eather-Wdllht !!
, Fay Skinner Wilfred Savory and u
Madeen Gllmore i, who served Rollttor mechanism even further Agitator.-many other high quality
punch and cookies, I i Improved I feature

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regular meeting Tuesday night, againer top burners make these ranges eves accurate control. Simplified open
Sept. 7, 1937, at scout headquarters mar efficient and economical ation. Ask for a demonstration.
with Mr. Arm Cain in

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Roger Glenn and Charles Robert-
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September 10,1937 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Paw Three

PALM CEMETEM truck, a* most organizations an'l I same trucks no doubt, that they 1 1art P. J. Franklin Installs To Have Varsity Track
doing, but the low from delivering our avocado at I II I "
I fruit I II appalling unless precoolinjI ruinous prices It U Indeed time I 2 Meat Display Cases And Baseball at II.II.S.Baseball :

j LOT OWNERS CAN retorted to. But all the pre- I that we find other alibi than Cuban -. I
cooling in the world will not doW fruit and eliminate some of Continuing improvement that and track as well M

, any good unless rome cor.irol over our trouble by controlling our we fast making its store the most: basketball will be sports In which
the quantities sh.pped to each city shipment and putting down an modern south of Miami and more Homestead High School will turn
I* put Into effect. At the beginning effective advertising campaign.We modern than many in Miami, P. J., out varsity team thl year Coach
I Director of the South Dade of the week of August 17th the are meeting this Mexican com- Franklin Inc., took advantage of I Treo J. Bitter said this week.
I J Cemetery Association will meet at price of avocad J* In Ch:cag was petition by squirting a few drop the Labor Day holiday to install Last year the only varsity sport
8 o'clock tonight at the horn of! $1.71 Two shipments of 80!)) :tgt of advertising here and there in two Kill double duty refrigeratedmeat was basketball. Toward the end of
? the president Mr C. T. Harper. each were consigned to the Calavo the same manner a* attempting to display cases M the fencing the year, an intramural meet and
1, to discuss ways and means of! organization In that city during fill the Atlantic with an eye drop for Its meat department The two I a year-long system of Individual

i, starting I cleanup program In Palm, that week, and the price Stopped cases, each IS feet long, replace a scoring kept by: Mr. Blcler, revealed
Cemetery at Narnnja Mr Harper to) $1.00 and $1.".$ by August f'Ati perWe are now shipping about 7500 single li-foot case. I some promising track material,
announced :yesterday. There to no telling how much loss lug of avocados from the Red- The mist-spraying vegetable and the coach ta out to develop andcapitalize
Road through the cemetery frrm overripe fruit in that HOD it for school honor
tend district each week. In a short counter. recently was
3 have been built or rebuilt with big amounted to. but It'. easy to connected with the water line I Basketball will start about the
time we wlU ship 10,000 lugs per
J county machinery Mr Harper figure the other. It I* reported week. If an advertising tax of between Monday and it also ls In operation tint of November, he said and
aid, and further Improvement that Calavo chor "i 11% noW' baseball and track will get going
three and five cents a lug
, and beautification I* dependent on plus deduction for repacking overripe couldbe I bout the first of February.
> were levied, enough money
I I concerted clcapup drive. fruit, and other ch rlCI.
I raised within a short time to Legion Post to Elect
Mrs Harper also announced
Jumping from Chicago to Das- commence an effective advertising Returned Rotes Tell
':,1 that since the mortgage on Uucemetery I ton, the following letter will prove campaign. Advertising of lime and Officers on WednesdayOfficers ; Of Other CltJes' Clubs
: ha been lifted, the association
" of keen interest to all grown of avocado go band In hand, because
can now give clear title I avocados and limes In this area. they can be used together, and are
';:, to the Iota bought prior to that. It la written by a firm ti'abllihad both raised In the same community for the ensuing year At the weekly meeting In Legion
Lot holder can obtain deed bj will be elected by John Q. Salley
o' In 1848 which has long enjcycd the If we were to concentrate, one at' hall Tuesday noon
. ,t bringing their receipt for purchase respect and confidence if growers a time on areas surrounding luch Post, American Legion, at Its meet- vacationers told follow members
" and making application to' from one end of he country to the distributing point a* Detroit, Chicago Ira next Wednesday night In Legion I of the Homestead Rotary Club of
o the secretary of the association other. St. Louis Pittsburg and hall South Krome: avenue, fellowship method, or lack of
Mr*. Q. R. Oldendort, next door to Sept 3rd, 193 Cleveland we could reach million Homestead. them, employed by clubs In ether
'.1 the Seminole Hotel on Flaglei "Gentlemen: of people through the newspaper Post Commander E. Z. Thompson clUes with respect to visiting Hotarlans. -
+ "Sold 10 lug avocado IU5, 7 and radio. If we could double the said this week that the radio Among those who spoke
lug $100 There are eight lug present consumption of our fruit receiving and transmitting set recently were Dr. H. 8. Wolfe Wlllard r...
avenue.QUOTA HOPE : on hand. In these area our trouble would obtained by the local post field, George trick and the Her.
"There la no Indication here that be over. Detroit, the distribution tot use In storm or other disaster. Milton Sackett.
,.- any certain shipper I* trying to center for million of prosperous emergency would be on display In The program next Wednesdaywill
, Continued. From Pile One) 1 flood the local market with avocado people, does not consume even hail the room at Legion hall where It again be arranged by the
v more correct than the quoted estimate .' *. It 1* Just the fact that our the quantities of avocados that I Installed, and that plan for Legion fellowship committee, of which
" of 100,000. Those with market can only stand about 200 Memphis, a far smaller distribution sponsored Homestead disaster]Wm. J. Geronimo I* chairman
experience In marketing most anything .' lug I week and when three or point buy from u* each year. relief organization would be discussed.
, know how dangerous It I* tc four new shipper come Into Boston PRESCHOOL IMMVNIZATIO
To U cure, we have to crawl
, broadcast k large supply, which al-' and ship to concern who do TO BE CONTINUED TUESDAY
before we can walk but so did
inert infallibly bring the boom- not specialize: In avocados, then General Motors, and bow many REPLACE DAMAGED TAGS I The Homestead P.-T. A. immu-
*r rg of low price concern cut the price to get can da you suppose they or Chrysler FREE or CHARGE |i atkm program for diptheria and
It wa brought out that the majority -' them out of the way and lower our would sell In the face of such typhoid treatment will be given

11 I of the grower and shippers. market. gigantic competition if they did not Damaged or rusted automobile' nornlng lit 10 o'clock In Dr. J. A.
are extremely desirous of handling "We also have CALAVO to compete -' *dvertieT The Indian River license tag will be replaced free Imlth's office, Mrs. Jane Nesbllt,
the Miami market by putting with and prevent u* from railing 1 citrus grower came right into our of charge on surrender of the old treschool chairman, announces.
the" entire tale In the hand of ont our price They are selling own Miami market and walked tag and presentation of title certificate Any child who has had the first
man. It the Naranja exchange Florida Avocado Grower' Exchange away wiltIt by judicious commarlty : Wm. J. Geronimo, manager typhoid treatment will be given
J will Join In this move, the import avocado for SI.29 and giving advertising. What outstanding of the local Legion tag agency, the second treatment at that time,
3' ant local market, and that of Florida their free delivery and exChange success In this country In the announced early this week. and the third' at the same hour on
will be under complete controlfor \ service with it marketing of any product has been I the following Tuesday, Sept. 2L
tho first tlgss. With the Cuban "All we can do U wait for a accomp:Uhcd without advertising? benefit of the entire Redland District More than forty children haw'
fruit off the market next month,, chanc when the other concern Every grower that has questioned I Opportunity thunders at ow1.lIwI1..re been examined and are receiving1Immunlzntion.
local price could be stabilized, and are out of avocado In order to take, the northern buyer know that we deaf? .
the chaos of the past few seasoni advantage of getting a few extra' halt the people in many sectionsdo
eliminated, This .1* marvelous quarter for ;you, but so far there not know the difference between
opportunity for all those who talk bal not been. day that a customer an avocado and an avocation
of the value_ of co-operation to could not go to some concern InBoston and that I* exactly what raising !
'. praetor what they preach. ,Lat and buy avocado far 14.31; ttieat'ls going to become, and FORD DEALERS
4 Saturday one of the largest chaintore .
"Our lime market Is still over l>n expensive one unless we face
( in Miami advertised Flavoi supplied. The top of the market our marketing problem In an
at thl'f't for fourteen: cent We' 1* still 1H cenU with no prospects adult manner and follow the ordinary -
cannot be sure that these priori I of a rise in the near future/ proven method of success
will not prevail even after the ,And, boy and girls why should We nave simply got to get out of Clearance SaleContinues
,I removal of Cuban fruit' if the local'we expect a rise In limes When the this psychology of thinking that
grower continue to- compete' same'Calavo organization/ I* plastering everyone else 1* out of step but
tgalnst each other. Ills up to the the country from one end to ourselves, sink our petty personal
rank and file of the grower to I the other with Mexican: limes, delivered dislikes, forget the bitterness of 1
demand coordinated co-operation: at the came time, from the the past, and work together for the
I by all If they expect to get anything -,

," worth mentioning for their The to our last week's advertisementhas
fruit tf>l| 7ar.I._ A*
We are prone 'to Mame the / I yAili been highly satisfactory. We still have a tine
I Cuban fruit for moat of out price y

trouble. We all want protection select from in and make
line of can to so come:
by tariff but in the meantime

there 1*much we cad do about our your choice.
own '.tupl!lty. For example, the
Consolidated,Association I* making '

plan to eliminate -the large 1936 Ford Deluxe Fordor Touring fine $550
los due to fruit over-ripening in r4 very
shipment by preceding in Miami HOW MUCH ', w

before shipping It I* 20 cent a 8/
lug cheaper to ship by refrigerated CAN YOUSAY 1936 Ford Standard Tudor Sedan ...........-.......$465


rEum le: I 1933 Ford Deluxe Tudor Sedan ........................$245
Suppose Husband la a distant city CIlia Wife at bane.like Ihb:

Ei HWHftlo, room k ftff ...>,.. Hv* I
Ming seethe U She 'Httlo C-(>. Fm nmrfygfal
to AMT your.....How w. .
the '' at- / M MM,
on wII" 'I r..t; !
sad Daly it a now. 1932 Chevrolet Coupe, rumble teat .-.............$175
.M tarest" .iris esit. Whew rv ]M

: "so"1senandIM"tlMasshAoaw
r* tonxuna saw
AMtrcUwtf, iMwrrm. rniuf .IIl V."), *'ass Awe N ** 15 good cars various body types, good rubber and
r flier TAat'r far dies Art..ikM CAM gets TO MH "..*
,; ERVICE YOU LIKE ilt._,..'d de H Art ytu itIng *}- 811 "AH" titl. Will, .01y> MlJmtat look good, from..._._............__._..-...........$ 25
N OH cH.r wmt. to M* 'Sw/lo'> MHM .
Careful checking and thorough Het teas aW ny vnMttbMd A.w '11M. "

attention n4 inspection which Of OMUM Hari aced Jmdv wilt Iw**time to My "tMtU1 to 4 ONLY 21 MORE DAYS LEFT TO MOVE
we insist upon In every tile, far llkch 1ZO wards have be.. spokaa uny a aaillia uJitwa
the saew.r eassyd- FOUR liaM a* _-y weeds ear *. a..rfIMJOT'S THESE CARS .
give you dependable coarselentioua
In an aw ece dire d.see e.lepbe.e.esee.....
service you went W >lm.. you will gt. from *>&).. wish e freed rhi relative
appreciate your patronage and aiMrtkw citr dw profit pee *.m *M I* rev Imlnm will fatMwriffc
we know that Ita continuance taw Mull seat W a keg 4UUX4 MtphoM MIL AA tier
depend* upon our ability to "Leas lHM M**' operates' about Cbe sell Test wave to tastes Tk. I Re dland Motors Inc.
less oast win PLO"you. ,
satisfy you I



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lacre_ Four THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE: Friday, September 10, 1937

loge in Miami. aa4 Mia Susie Mi* Sells Polk. sanitation and pays trIO to the city and $TM to
mE LEADER-ENTERPRiSE U. OF F. TO GETContinued BatU hu enrolled at the Southern geography; Mia Katharine Cast,, the state .rut...... The license

Fisbtished rrMar at Item Business College there. Spanish, art a*d girls' physical tee far beer and wine dealers wf
Mia Mildred Campbell and Mia education; Miss Shirley .Harknesa, raised to $11 from *10.
lea*. lla, by the South Dade From Oee)
( Page
WlUa' Mae Cason are attending the redel The d.&i* far payment oC
J hlrllWlI" CeomUCHEa Robert Cart and William -
opbomoiv Homestead Business College. Redland elementary: Mr. Eva 1937-38 rttte and conty beverage

_" u Edit* Uendcnhott Alamo Bennett (* studying op- Fletcher lit trade: Mr Flora license hat been Ml for October
MA1UORIE: LEACH ARCHER: Stetson University at DeLand tometry with Dr. J. it Keene of Vlhlen, Ut and 2nd grade; Mr 1, 1837, and no extension will be
__ Associate Edits will get three local students: Vernon Miami. RUt Russell 2nd grade; Mr*. Mary granted, officials ot the tate beverage -
Turner who to a Junior i* I Three of the local girl enrolled Furry 3rd grade; Miss Ruth Murray department Room U],CourtHouse
{ Entered as seemed elor maa studying law; Mia Lei Walker a Tuesday at the Jackson Memorial fed and 4th grade; Mr*. Margaret announced In a letter to
sa>ae* Maxi* .. MM at tb* peel sophomore, will major In chemistry I Hipltal in Miami for a nW"ll'aCOW'II. Daniel, 4th grade; MU Lillian City Clerk R. J:. Edward
office at Xemeo-..&Florida,tafleitfce and Miss Virginia Frick a Mia
; training Marjo Macey Johnson, Stb grade; Met Beverage retailer operating;
1M .l Maser I. ma. freshman, will attend the school el Miss Lucille and Mime
Diggers of
Myrtle Kerfoot, nth and 6th grade; within the limit an incorporated -

lUlL PRIM |LM A fLU music i Jean Caldron. Mr. MM Carter, 6th grade. city, first must pay city license
i Three will attend the Universityof before atate and county; Ucenie
i Miami: two sophomores, Clarence will be _ue4. Receipt for thll
The Preacher' Pounding Froecher end Yvonne- Pro- i SCHOOLS PROJECTSContinued city license must be shown.

thero, and one freshman Mia
YM, the preacher got a pounding, 4
Hue Pennlngton.
But the pounding bore no sting, I (Continued From Page One) ( From Paw One) CHURCH NOTICESFIRST '
Allen West will ester all second I Miss. Eleanor Haggard ai teacher \
Tot 'twa given with frleadly" lorm.rl1'public ........
year of graduate work at the of Junior high school English Mr. Sydow was : .
? tnf. Baptist Theological Seminary .t Otherwise the faculty tilt for work engineer for the city of Miami -
And Included everything and wa successful In PRESBYTERIAN 'n
Louisville, Ky. Homestead and Florida City remains very CHLECHSept ,
Joseph Burton Jr., has returnedto the tame a* published In thLeaderEnterprise pushing project through both I
Fro sew pound of-Georgla syrup WPA and PWA channels He; IX Meeting -
To tea pound of Juicy ham, Emory: University at Atlanta several weeks steered Homestead's power plant men by the paster' Te>..*
And the preacher milling broadly, Where he will b. a Junior in the ,ago.A rebuilding project successfully people' meeting directed fey 1
faculty Bit for Red-
Took his pounding like a tomb. college of medicine. through PWA channels, and members E. J. Graham *l T P. m.
I Robert Crow will return to land Farm Life School, not heretofore
Northwestern University at Evanston published in whole or In of the council are confident
There were pounds of bean UK I that his knowledge and experience FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
m Millar, I lit, for his third year In the part, was announced yesterday by' for the Sept. It -M..lar1
will mean ultimate success
Carl New teach-
Almost more thaa they could UM: :dental college. Principal Wagner. projects now under eonilderation. "God la Katun"; evening
There were pile and heap ol loot i Lester Smith left yesterday to in, in addition to the new coach By adopting) an ordinance makIng sermon: Chrll la the Midst I,
D. R. and the new economics -
return to the University of Kea- Snyder
thing. I Homeitead' liquor law conform Sept. IS Prayer service
Sack and bogs from which to lucky, at Lexington, where be will teacher Miss Margaret Delaney to the Florida statute. the Mbjesai ..., the Holy (,fr
choose, be .a Junior the school of com- announced in last week'sissue city council Monday Bight tide [ it DoN la U*."
mere are: J. O. Caldwell, about 29
I the city eligible for bait of the -
Prayer and tone began the party, Phillip Topplna will be I Junior yean old and unmarried, who $1500 fee fixed by tate law. CIHU3TIAN SCIENCE: CunCIC M
Then Mm games and friendly !at Montverd College at Moot aught at Mulberry Fla., lilt year Heretofore the city license tee Sept. U Leerernea,

chat; :verde, na.. Vile year. and will teach social science at tor liquor dealer wa only M7J, tonlei ".........." !
Redland Mr Catherine H. Davis
Richard *
KIM Edna Nell will ;
Table! beneath their bur.
groaned J
I and the dealer paid the difference
leave Wednesday for Wesleyan high school English; Mr*. Miry
den*. between that and $1'00 to the
College ID Maooo, Ca, where the Nettle, librarian at Riverside WANT ADS PAYDon't \
But nobody eased tot that. state and county. Now the dealer '
will be a sophomore. Military Academy to* the last several >

( Yea, it was a Jolly gathering.And I Edwin Lawrence left Aug. 30 to year who will be librarian
'tttt.d Gordon Military Institute end study hall monitor.
we bad a lot el fun
And the pounding o( the preacher '*l Bornesvllle, Oa, where he will The other member of the Red- Risk ROOF Leaks

Wa enjoyed by everyone. ,be sophomore.Jack land faculty are: Junloteenlorlgh
-Bertha E. Boyer. Krome will leave Sept 20 .MI. Rebecca Fisher, band
to enter Princeton University a' mul and Latin; M. A. Baker vocational ai P r3
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Princeton, N. 3. agriculture; C. L. Ooley
FROM OUR MAIL BOX; Miss Elizabeth: Skill will haveWednesday mathematics; Mrs. Green Rivet, ,

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-" for Beltlmora where junior high mathematics and attendance -

he will begin a pre-me4tcp ; Miss Alma Anderson,I
HEY, BUDDY! course at Maryland Vnlvenlty commercial subjects; R. K. Trotter, aRepair r'M

Buddy. wont you Join the Legion? She will be a member of the unl- manual training; H. F. Mitchell,

3 Come lend a helping hand varsity orchestra, also. science: Mint. Eleanor Payne Eng-:

W* nd you .t the meetings; Jack Kopp wlU leave Monday lash, French and public speaking.
to enter the Webb School of Naval
M Corm
help ui mike a ,
Architecture at New York City.
5 William Arthur ha* entered the ,
Rich any we are growing older Boils School' Washington D C, HOME COOKINGServed Old Roof'
Help u* maintain our Post.For ". : or Replace
,to prepare himself to eater the
in case of storm or danger
Wa\ wish to act a* host navvl academy at Annapoll before bad weather sets fn.
Miss Helen Wet will leave Wednesday .

We now have a broadcaatlag. .- for Doug. Ga, where she Family Style weather quickly locate the weak Spots In

tionInstalled. wilt enter the South o Ceon.la Col at theSeminole BAD "'-. New leak develop and old one get

In the> Legion hall; !logo for a business courie. worse Wine property owner refute to take chance
Charles Elchenawger left Sunday
Will We need you volunteer operator one and and workers.all for Cbarleeton. 9. C. where he Hotel .they have risky roof put in load condition Of

will be Ireshman at the Citadel replaced before any damage occurs

Lay aside your petty grievances; Military College
Be a fOmradwor for the PostIrotp Joe Huau bal returned to Mat Ion When new roof are needed, we ean supply
dedicate the menumeat Military Acadein at Mlrlort, Ala.. Dinkg Room the right type of Carey Roll Roofing at the

Being erected on the lower East: for his second yeir** work. right price. Well gladly ,furnish a free estimate -
CbMl At least two of Wie tacit bats M Vista time tested rood..
,will attend Riverside Military

Came help decide the question I Academy at Calnetvllle, C*., John MRS IUSSJE JOINER
That confront u* now each day. Walton who will be a Junior and Proprietor BROODER LUMBER CO.
Dilly Ceronlmo who will be alophomore
be the
You'll doing community a TELEPHONE Q HOMESTKAD FLA.
Come help point out the way Miss Jean Parman and Miss Ruth Eat all you want-the
TOIhf..m begin business course

So think It over, Buddy; at the Walsh School: of Business price stays the Mine

We may need each other tome day. Science In Miami, Monday.
Our rank are gradually thinning. Miss Mary Fisher Miss Joyce .
Our hair I Ia turning gray. liRrhrd!: and Mill Mary Graham, 50c 75c $1.00 se t
: e
also. plea to attend a business 001-

When, taps at last are sounded I -------
A ad each soldier ha passed sway
W. ..lIllNw. loving memory i
For the young generation at play. Public

i -By Frank C Schneider member rDIINSUIANCI UNDUU. LINES: AND Fertilizers ] Seeds Insecticides

John O. Salley Post, American IS M. Reese Ave. j ,
Legloft. Homestead Flaw | .



We have a fresh supply of Stoke ', Simons', and Lan-

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h ..- rasa p.ae.-aria......... to a Sheep Manure for Pine Land Planting-And be sure .
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I ,...sMet a.i._ rte.-. a.-.316 to use Redland Brand Fertilizers if you want results.

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)' Friday September 10. 1931 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Paige Five

i' of Mr.and Mr*. J. R. Doraay Sun Sehalasm will raters this week
day and Monday. FLORIDA CITY hem lbase dale where they have
} Mrs, C. W. Bevery, Carrwfioaxknt vMttjd their slant Mrs Ida ,..
In and Around Mt. and C. Wheat M4 .... .... flowers, fee tin past two weeks. ;

Mr. and Mr*. Earl Myen of Coral The Rev. Thoe. B. Sheldon, .
Cables were weekend guests o| newly appointee pastor al the : The Wo sas Foreign Missionary "
; Mr. and Mr. !:. J. OyaL Florida City Free Melbodiet Society held Itt September
Homestead Church, and Mrs. Sheldon and 'meeting Wednesday afternoon at
y Miss Margaret Albright of Red. their son, Tommy, arrived Tuesday lUll home ol Mrs John Rchrer
land 1* spending this week aa the from Tampa where Mr. Sheldon Those present were Mrs. R W.

. ',r. guest of Mia Marguerite Murphy had served a* pastor for two Mullins, Mr Lucy Clinton. Mrs.
J". Mr. and Mrs. Julian H. Webster MA and Mn. G. R flab are expected 1* Homestead. ,..,.. They came originally James M. Dobbin and till host**.
Mid daughter Alta returned Monday to return the latter part from Pembroke, Va.
. \I from a vacation trip to Clear- of this week: form their vacation I Mis Mable William,art teachtrfor J. O. Willis of Waycnea, Oa.. .
water, Eatenton, Oa. and Atlanta. trip to Deal the Homestead schools, retutned Mr. and Mr*. T. IL Baker who and Floyd Willis of Miami have
I Wednesday from her borne to spent the summer Homestead I returned to their bone after a

Mr.. and Mrs. Claude Campbell UkH Thelma McMahon returned Alva k'IaHomer; have rented the resident of Mr*. visit of several week with relatives -
announce the birth of a ion, James Monday might tram a thiwe- J. Milton Leach on Palm avenue. II....
Alfred, Wednesday at the PostGraduate week visit to Asheville with her : and Betty Byrum an' I _

t, hospital Re weighed' father and step-mother, Mr. and pending this week wltb their uncle Earl: Rohrer and Richard Matt. The Ladles' Aid Society of the
L, While I and Mr. and Mr*. J. J. L.
Mr David McMahon. aunt
and three-fourth will
eight poundaII' ton of South Miami spent Sundayin I the Community Church serum
to Asheville Miss McMaho lIMe,- ,Phillips Id Coral Gables town. a benefit upper In the Sunday
Weal tonsil operation. -
\ and Mr*. C. H. Rice and tons, a I Mr. and MI'I. Clifford Campbell school rooms Friday evening atC
returned I :SO. Mrs. John Rohrer 1* Chairman -
Frank Magler and Surry, Mia Eveiyn Smith lots Yswoday have moved Into the Doyle house Mrs. Edith Tamblyn Warren and
afternoon from a trailer daughter, Jerrydean who the of the committee.Mr. .
Tuesday spent
for aural'HaU. N. C., where I on, 3. W. First street
tour to New' York City where they in summer la Godfrey, N. Y.. an ex.
the will tech home economic
week. On the north arrive this week. and Mr Harold Rahrtr and
pent a way the high school She accompanied Lester Archer U pending a two- pectad
stopped in Tuscaloosa, Ala., daughter Jaunita will move this
thy her father, Coo W. Smith who I II week vacation In Key West.
to visit Mr. Rice' mother, Mr*. week: from the Cohernour cottageon
making a I business trip to Wns- ... Moore of Oliver O*., returned -
Clarence Rice; fat Birmingham, to ton-Satem ..n4011...., Lester Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lewis and to his home Sunday after a Eleveath street to a cottage on
I West Tenth street formerly occupied -
visit Mr. Rice's brother-in-law and Smith who 1* returning to the their nephew, Roland Tolaon. art rhort visit In Florida City.
.IderMr.. and Mrs. J. B. Bryan b1 Mr Batcaelor.
University of Kentucky. expected to return today or tomorrow I
and ht Greensboro Ga., to visit .from Norfolk, Va. where they Went wa received Monday
and Mr B. Rice, cousin of Mr. and Mrs L, S. McDonald of
Dr. T. Mn. Tracy Chlnnen and daughter moat recently have been visiting i from "1\ and Mrs C S. Phillips
Miami were recent guests. at MA'
Mr. Rice On the way back home Thelma, returned Friday froma relatives and friends. They have of the birth or a son in Clinton,
and Mr Trite Scareader.
they stopped Philadelphia spent three-WMh visit with relative been away from Homestead since ; Mis*. Mr. and Mr*. Phillips have .
a week ta Washington D. C., and and friend In. North Carolina, May, and Mr. Lewis has visited been winter residents here for
visited friend to Boykim, Va, and South Carolina and Ceerglsv many of the produce market of several year Mr. Phillip b DR.M.A.BGRGERDentist
Buferd, S. C the north and east I manager eC the L R. Becker peekIng -

D. R, Snyder, new director of haute
Mrs. W. E. Rnjeney end her athletic at Redland High School Senor and Senora Pedro L. Alvarei -
1 daughter Var at>4 Anne, returned and Mi*. Snyder arrived Tuesday of ManzanlUo Cuba, and Miss Isabel Becker Of Miami'
Sunday from a vacation night! from Irwin Tens, and were their daughter Senorita Dolores, visited relative her ever the
trip M Atlanta, where they visited guest at the Seminole Hotel who are guett at the Mtam-Bat week-end
4 Mr. and Mrs. Cteo Mew to Me. ; Ucereek Sanitarium at Miami First National Bank;

Cormlck, S. C. where hey visited I I Mrs William McMichael aid her i Springs, ware caller at the office Atonao Lewi. W O. Raybun Banding
Mf. Rheney1 parent Me. and i twe eons, William and Jack arrived of the Leader-Enterprise: yesterdayIn and W. W. Sever/ were guest of
him W. E. Rheney. Sr.; and] to ) Wednesday after spending the company with Dr. Zatella G. Johnny Becker o* a fishing trip
Smnnnh wheN they visited Mr summer in New York City, Nyak, Norman, noted woman physician 10 Cape Sable Monday. Offs Hours 8:30-430
N. V- Coney Island Md Maryland Oft the staff of 1>&. John. Harvey Opet\ Evening br AMwbtaaeBt
ktr. Kellogg. Mile >>*th HuaUr and Mb Ellen

..: Parker. Anne attended Alpine B. C. Murphy left Wednesdayfor
Lodge camp at Mentone, Ala., and a visit, ot several day with
Mn. Rheney and Vera who went relative In Ocala and Tampa.
, ''J. there! for her visited also with Mr. !f r

and. Mr*. X* B.: Sommen. I Miss Jean MtDavid of Plant City
who ha been visiting Miss Geraldine -
{ Mr. and Mr*. Charles Weekly R1U left for het home Tuesday y
announce the birth of a ton, :Norman night(
Sidney, on Sunday at the
., I
f Post Graduate. hospital He welaboo Miss Sybil Cheshire and her

eiS 10ft pounds. brother, Lesley, returned Wednesday i
J, from a visit in East Falatka
>fr,. Isaac Newberry of Arlington with their bretlier-iH-iaw and sister -
'Ga, the former Mia (::en. Mr. and Mr. Lewis Brow. '
Rice, and her two children Betty, They were accompanied home by
and ice,.Jr* visited )Mr. New- Miss Virginia Touchiest and, Miss
berry'* aunt, Mrs. Wm. M. Bradley Mary France. '1'tOIbolA of
and her uncle, Gordon Ivty: on Eat PaUtka.Mr .
Thursday, Friday and Saturday oflast -
) week. *. Frank Mont returned
Wednesday evening from a vacation
Miss Ann Coppedge. of Miami trip to Philadelphia and New
spent the week-end here with; Miss i York 41V'rM \ Jr

Aatlonette Mo t.
I H. M. Solomon of Fort Myers: and
:'The Rev and Mrs Ceo. E. Deuel hi* daughter MI** Claudia, and
left yesterday to spend two week son EDI, arrived yesterday to
with Roy Ballard in Hollywood. spend the weak-end with Mr. Snlcmon's -
i son-in-law and daughter,
F. O. Bullard and ton. Truitt returned Mr. and Mrs J. W. Tyner.
Tuesday from Warsaw, V.. -- That
Jean Caldron of PerryopoUa,
William McMichael, Jr4 and hb P*., who has been visiting her sister
cousin Joe Ft>yd Brown, both ofDothan Mrs. C. H. Pepper of Prince-
Ala., arrived la Homestead tonv entered] Jackson Memorial HOMEof
yesterday morning to visit hospital Tuesday for a nurse's
William's relative bere. training course.
Miss Hells Saul returned Wednesday Mis* Eugenia Sander of Cor-
from a visit with the Rev.ad dele Ga. arrived Sunday after- your own.
Mrs, A. A. Xoetlin In Lake new W visit Mr. and Mrs U T.
Wale and with relative In Lake- [roc tor.
.. land. p A man's reward when he owns his Home U

J. m**** Mr, and Mrs. James Roberts -contentment It means exultant feeling of
"- .Mrs. H. C Nichols and son*, moved, Monday into the beuse at 'J i R .
;i'' Hubert and Bobby and MM tiles 107 S. W. First street which they true and unadulterated happiness.
'jjI Vann. returned! Wednesday from recently purchased] front Alvin *

,, a trip to North Ftorida Mr* Campbell. FHAMfWM L Without charging a penny in brokeragefees
Nichols and ton visited two weeks
, Pensacola ant one week ti Mr. and Mr*. Walter Manningof well be glad to help put through applica

Apalachicola ajid Miss/ Vann pent Miami and their children, WaWtw ......... j tions for any responsible person who wishes
three week lit Peoiaoola. Jr., and Barbara were guests
A to avail himself of the convenient F.1LA. plan
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Electric and Acetylene WeMln rt Cylinder Mack W. D. HORNE CO. Inc.

Cy11sMS eads, Alamtoom Casting and BeOen.AaJeaneO ,

Uaekbe Repalrtac-CaUrtog U garage I OWN Hardware and Building MaterialsFrank

bearing .....* sea aligned. .creates. eeneettat; r4 yetevaa4
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j; Palle Sit THE LEADfcR ENTERPRISE Friday, .

II I Social Events in South Dade -l 1


-_ week of the marriage of Noble F.

Mid Miriam Tannenbaum. was born In New York and was White of Homestead and Mr*. Hattie Mr*. R. E. Edward was reelected mer, Mr*. Irwin Mr*. A. D. Smith,
daughter of Dr. M. L. Tannenbaum, graduated from HUbburg High Branam of South Point. 0., on president of the W. M. U. of the Mr*. G. A. West Mrs. Jail Folk;
became the bride of Marvin Tellerof I School In Tamps Since that time August 9. First Baptist Church of Homestead -I Mrs. L. A. Wise, Mrs. Pickard,
New York In Miami Tuesday she has studied medicine underDr. The ceremony wa performed in at a meeting held Wednesday Mr Plche, Mrs. Edwards, Mrs.
afternoon. The ceremony ws Tannenbaum'i direction. She the Baptist Church of Irlnfton 0., afternoon in the church. Other T. E. Kirby, Mr H. C. Reed, Mr.
performed by Judge Richard P.Robbin. U a member of the Phi Delta Phi in the pretence of the bride' parents officer elected wereMr: *. J. Tom E.: L. Lawrence Mrs. J. R. Pope
*. a friend of the bride' sorority of Miami. Mr. and Mr Earl Higgins, Vann, first vice-president; Mr and Mrs. Shackletord.
I, family In his office. The bridegroom wa born In her sister, Mrs.. Jennie Edward, Pickard, second vlcerpresldent;
The bride wore a white silk Detroit and educated In New York. and Miss Ethel Davis. The bride Mr. C. O. Robertson, third vice- MRS. RALPH MOON GIVES

port suit with t blouse of white I He Is a member of the Delta Sigma wore accessories a blue silk costume with white president; Mr C. N. Walker corresponding F. L. AND T. CLUB PARTY
satin trimmed In red, and a white I Pi and Sigma Alpha Rho frater and a corsage 01 white secretary; and Mrs. S.
Mr*. I:. S. Caplinger won first
hat and white accessorlei. Her nities. He will study medicine during roteltMn. L West treasurer. Mrs. J. C. Vann
White wa educated In If-: prize at the bingo party given at
flowers were white rose and gar.dcnia the coming year under Dr.Tannenbaum's wa elected recording secretary
direction. Ington schools and the school of the home of Mr Ralph Moon for
.. nursing at the Whltecrosi Committee chairmen for the new I the F. L. and T. Club Tuesday
Though the hat lived In Homestead They are redding in the Shetz-
year are: literature Mr*. E.:
In Columbus O. evening. The second
She prize
ha spent was
for the pad the bride line house at 610 S. W. First place. Lawrence
; personal service,
-- ----- several winter In Dade County.Mr. L.j won by Mr*. J. Tom Vann, and the
GIRLS LEAVING FOR COLLEGES ARE I II White was born In Masiachusette Frank Irwin; stewardship, consolation prize by Dorothy
Julia Polk; mission study, Mrs.
II and attended school at .. Moon.
I HONORED AT TWO SUPPER PARTIES Great Harrington, Man. For u. ncne, Margaret fund, Mr*. Present betide those mentionedwere
the past twelve year he ha been W. D. Home; and R. A. leader, the : Mr. and Mr*. H. W. Athby,

1 Mill Helen Wilt who will leaveWednesday Hall, N. c., were honored at afarewell I connected with the Homestead Rev.the Girl C. N. Walker. Leader for Mr*. Harry D. Wolfe, Mrs. Ma.
I I Auxiliary, Sunbeam
t upper given for them Groceiy. tllda Fox Mrs. Flora Compton,
for South Georgia College
Tuesday evening by Mr*. J. J:. After a wedding trip which Included and Y. W.. A. have not yet been Mr O. C. Radford, Mr*. Jo. Gay,
at Douglas, Ca.. and Mia Clot at her home. A aerie of stops at Cleveland, Niagara elected. 1 Mrs. R. W. Mullins, Mr Fred
Virginia Trick who will go to game was enjoyed during ,the Fall and various New Englandcities : The association voted' to furnish Chapman, Mr*. Florence Pacettl
Stetaon University were honoredat evening. they returned to Homesteadon a layette for a needy family. : Miss Ioroth1.Aahb)', Mine Myr.
a farewell dinner party given Those prevent were: Mr. and September 9 and are now at After the business session Circle tie, Anna and Mary Moon, Mia
for them by MU Weit' sister, Mr*. Close, Mr and Mr*. Lloyd home to their friend In the Tire Four under the leadership of Louise Pacettl, Oscar Clonlnger
Mr* Dexter Horne, it her home Field and baby, Rubin, MIN Nella house on N. J:. Eighteenth street D. Smith give a ) MlI'I'A. and Howard Thompson.MRS. .
Sunday night Saul, Milt Betty Richard, Miss I I "Beautiful Japan". Mrs Jack
Cover were laid for: MIn Hazel Ruth Tower, MIn Annie May The Homestead P.-T. A. executive poke on "From Eastern Tradl-j C. N. WALKER:
Pennlngton, MIN Betty Bowen, Booth, Miss Mary Bradley, Miss committee Will meet tions to' Western"; Mr*. R. : ENTERTAINS CIRCLE
Miss( Iva Dyal, Bobby Vrana, Duke Mary McNelll MUM. Antlonette morning at 10 o'clock in Tul'.da'j ward, on "The Religion of the Circle Three of the W. M. V. ot
West, Roy Wood, Marvin Prltch- and Helen Moye, Mine Martha room In the Neva King Japanese"; Mrs. Julia Polk, on the Flnt Baptist Church of Home.
ard. John Fredrick and the hostess and Edwina Cleat, Miss Elizabeth School "Eighty-three yean of Missions lead met Tuesday afternoon at
and honor gueit I McIlwain, Mia Helen Field, Mine and 4T year of Baptist Work"; the home of Mri. C N. Walker.
Miss Edna Nell Richards who LUlle and Emma Brown, Mil The Calendar Mr*. T. D. Fiche, on "Japanese In Mr*. J. Tom Vann gave a devotion..
will leave next week for Wesleyan I France Dabney, Miss Mary Bell the Southland"; and Mr*. T. C. al on the education of children and
College In Macon and MIN Evelyn I Cibbi, Miss Richard, MIN Smith, Shackleford, on "Doll Ambassador presided during the absence ot
Smith who will teach In Rural II Harry Owen and Kermit Gibb Lions Sept 11 Lion Club dance In *". Mr Harry Hall told some Mrs. H. Collier, the president Mr*.
Den. Japanese stories. Mr*. Catherine S. L. West and Mr*. Vann gave
Sept IS Bualne meeting of Pickard gave the devotional and talk from the first two chapter
11 CHARACTERS FROM COMIC STRIPS I Homestead B. P, W. C. In Legion Mr*. Frank Irwin, the closing of the book, "Stewardship of the

I ARE ENTERTAINED AT CHURCH PARTY hall at I p.. m. prayer. Life of Women".
Sept. a- Girl Scout
meeting Present were: Mrs. Jack Polk, Those present were: Mrs. Frank
i Sept IS Legion Auxiliary Mr*. Homer Davis, Mr Hall, Mr*. Mcllwaln, Mr*. C. .O. Robertson
That Co-ed Claw of the Baptist Mr M. A. Baker 1,114,1In. Ceo. meeting at home of Mr*. Frank B. H. Collier, Mr*. Vera Summerlin,Mrs Ji R.. Pope, Mr*. James Oil
Sunday school of Homestead gave W. Turner were appointed a* a Rue. Mr*. S. L. Welt, Mr*. J C. Vann mer, Mr. W. D. Coker, Mrs. West;
a fancy dress party at the) Sunday committee to take charge of arrangements Sept It Meeting Df Homestead Mr Gerda Tread, Mr*. Ja*. Gil-' Mr Vann and Mr*. Walker.
school building Tuesday night for for the community Hume Demonstration Club at --
character from the comic strips. upper on Sept. 10. Mr*. Ceo. 9.30 a. m. .
Skit were put on by four different Deuel gave the devotional Mr Sept. 15 Meeting of Redland
group and novelty tongs were J. L. Robinson and Mr*. SUllman Home Demonstration Club at 1:00p. : SIIEAFFER
ung. Mr C. N. Walker la teacherof read from the book, "Congo m.
the clan. ero...*... Sept 20) Social meeting of PENS & PENCILS

Cake, pu.nch and home-made let The next meeting will be held Junior Woman's Club at Davis
cream were lerved by MU Eliza-: leitaurant in Gould:
Sept. S3, at the home of Mr*. Still-
beth Horne, Mil Marguerite Wol-; man. Sept 21 Meeting .f W, M.

lam and Mill Valera Fitch. Present besides those mentioned S. circle Note Book Paper
Those present were: the Rev.' were Mr*. H. J. Armstrong Mr*. Sept. 12 -> Redland P.-T. A.
and Mr*. C N. Walker Mr. and! F. E Drew Mr*. Anna Messer- benefit card party at home of MU. Tablets .
Mr*. Johnny Walker Mr. and Mr*. Ruth Murray In Princeton,
mlth, Uri C. Ben Plummer, Mr* Construction Paper
James Robert, MU Fern Sept 23 Meeting of Redland
Robertson K. K., Clarke. Mrs.: Carrie McCol-
Mil Zither Pope. Min Mary lough'Vida Clark, Jean Calkin Ladle Aid at" home.of Mr. Frank Note Books' cArt
Ramon, Kill Annie Hartley, Miss' and the Rev. C, N. Nelson. Stillman. Paper '
Virginia Trick Mia Betty Bowen, Sept 30 J. Redland communityGeneral
Mia Helen West MU LoU Walker DIXDORFT tupper.
MU Christine Hughe Misses r
Myrtle and Mary Moon, MU Eve I UONOUDBraEDLANDOaoUf
lyn Pope, MU EmUtme Smith, Mia Margaret Dindorff of Atlanta ProtractorsCompass
MIa Alta and Kathertn Vann, who U visiting Mr. and Mr*. I &1

Mil Home, MU Wollam Mill Wm. Brody wa pleasantly *urprUed ,
Fitch, Duke West, Francis Irwin Tuesday when a group of Dividers
John Fredrick, Albert Tlmmona, young people headed by Misses 'TransparentNewest
James Redd. Uban Bishop John Will May and Pearl Caaon gave
Rkkard. John Huff me, Bobby 'I a bunco party for her at the home I type note book Mending: Tap
Vruna, Emory Deerlng Albert of Mr. and Mr*. J. D. Oreer.I .
Belts, Tommy Moffett covers your own
Virgil Prize were won by Billy Andenon
Orrnnell and Myron CrennelL I and Herman Rutzke.

The cAha,. .owae..s were! M._ MONOGRAMPencils Sheaffer'g InkParker's
REDLAND AID MEETS WITH and Mr*. Gotch Kufeldt, Mr. and .
MRS. CALKINS MIAMI Mr*. W. t: Douberly, MU Lillian Ink
Mr. 'W. M. Woodbury gavean'SwWey, MU. Nellie Mae Martin Carter's Ink

original reading entitled, "Bronco Mlt* Fanny Hilton, MU France .
Story1, and another reading "You Loft, MU' Geraldine Douberly, Public UtilitiesBaianlial .
and I" by Fanny Crosby, at an all- Mine Mildred and Elizabeth: Pencil Sharpeners

day meeting of the Redland Ladle. : Craft Milt Myrtle Caaoa, MU. Pen Points COMPLETE
AId yesterday afterooMi at the Anna Mae Kind Earl and Clyde' Thins ...-.
home of Mr*. Wayne Calkin In SwUley, Ralph BevU and Joe Pen Holders STOCIOF'
Miami Mr*.. Frank SUllman. Harden I .
Edward Stiling
DR. n. F. Crayon Pencils)

Optovetrbt General Insurance

I .b* Homestead CW. Palm Av. and Ave. B

Office 9..n: 9a.ii* 9 U,II to g f. m.Siaday McCrory Room .ArcadeHours and t *.. THE DIXIE DRUG

Closed Saturdays I : J. T. TOMERLIN
Saturday -..:.__ ':10 to 10 p. m Homestead, Florida *"iScStIf'

111 W. Flatter "' ..... Fin. Freight. Dirt. w.... Ifaavlnn.VCCHMMI .
p64 N. w. srrn IT. MIAMI
TO c. avatarrte.
PHONE 11111I I Phases tUlS71Sl Hauled I .. : I __ .-:""'-- 'J :II I 11 s ] : I-
Dr. L W. SteftUa AaMclale Call 111-* Homestead I

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September 10. 193 ___ THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Page Seven

LEGAL NOTICES I, Mlowlm deicrlbMl. P........, ahwltoi hi 1 rsrkltlllrR0v I se -cP
D.4 County, Florida, teepee t '
I SS of 8W I 1 Townthlp 14 Rouih. ***.. It Eh*! G WE
POTICI" : or APPLICATION POI TAX I i contalnliw SOen A..... room o. So" I. CLASSIFIED ADS II IItA3l
DKED the County of Dad.. state ..7 Pdw/4. I II
Smote Bill No. ISI A Mil The f cow *1140W .-, THEATRE" ;
1 ;
H Lea holder uf BUM sad # :: ( 'p1 esl 1 tocoI'vv; a9,6Vi". t Inserjkm T 10% yrUn ,,''tubse
fcerttfumt* Me. 7MT issued Ceat\iT: '. r Bill'a
,* July A D. ISM bM filed B&uffbu '1010 taw. Hbdsad"iHR'bi I II Shows t tat r p. m.s44r*. tie

and bM. _d. apparition far a tax oa a.. rand day of .oxtoaib.T.IPIT. 4. D. Matinee Saturday and Sunday --
deed la be tmued thereon. Bald Ortlfkut, :
ands tuew the following described peeptrtyIB r>0'" this lllh day wt AavwM. A. D. 100 U I p. 1ft.I I FOR RENT R. L RED FRYERS-Uve or areas.

the County uf Dad*. Stat at Florid, I.IT *I || ed Free dellvet In
? city. Phone
lowHlSWK BWU BertioB II ,I E. B. LEATRERMAN.of Crr k Cenrt. I ICktrk I 1 8.n.. M... Sept. It, U I FOR RENT Furnished .pertinent .'i 3VM.. McEwen Poultry Plant

T I'li4a.1.oI' l Caat. Mutalnlac : i Dada County Florida A MOMENTOUS PICTURE 115 monthly. Mr*. C. R.
I* Arna mor. er I... In tb* Circuit Court teal Biggers.
Owner uf bade, SUM of rTorMa.Tb i ay N. c rrERRvrr 0. c i iAn (aJtt) J
aMM.ai.ut el MM property under I ( *. II. Mi Sept .. 10 11)) |! ME FOUND
the mid eertideit Income WM la the Bam i II FOR RENT 1 apartments, clean,
ft I.... W. Rtynnlda.Ualm ',' NOTICE: OF APPtir TION FOB TAX well furnished. Two have electric i irOUND-1 31 Redland class rlnf.
Mid aertlrleal chat W r d... DEED I
ed oeeordlaf M taw. the property datrrlbedtherem I fllo..!. BIN No. Ill A HU :| I stoves and electric lee boxes,| Identify and pay for ad. MM. R.

will ba MM ba the bkiSeet kkkterBt 1 I' NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT one baa ordinary Ice box and E. Edwards Homestesd. Fla
shot Courthouses door on the lint IKOIM E. Ktlly holds of SUM and County
day I* the month of October I SIT, whleltl Tax Certificate N... ton issued the Ties electric stove. One apartment bl0)
la the *tk day *f October. HIT. day ef ".... A. D. l_. .... filed MM laBiy baa large screened porch. Very I
Baud able lat day of Bwtember, IMT.B. I af ft**. and bon mad* application for 1 1a I MISCELLANEOUSPIANO
B. LCATHLKMAN. .. deed U be baaed tho_ B.td Or.tlflraU reasonable rent. Concession to
of Circuit I emkraeM the following de...1..*.. | tenant
yearly Yearly tenants
Clop:... County ..r.1: property la the County of Dad, Sate af i I'BTUH I
dread Court Saul Florida, Scowls I preferred. Good location, 2 miles TUNING ant ruo.lrlnt.

By N. aSTERRICTT,0.C.(8.vt. I. If, IT. 14).I I. :I Lot last 11-11 Book Te-Mta.il S, Pa** SS,plan la the Plan County No I directly north of Homestead on Good used plate for *.... cheep

i State of Pknld.. ti.l Federal highway corner Biscayne W. E. Koon 119 N. W lit St
The a..ua.nt 01 saw property under I
NOTICE or APPLICATION POI TAX th* Mid _I'..... beeed won /. Ik* Bam drive. Apply to owner ...

DEED. I of I Unkaowa.Onleta ., Wed.. Sept. It IS I Mrs. Eva Collins at above ad-1: SITUATION WANTED
(Banal Rill N. Ill A lilt ,I MM rttlflrau shall be redeemed
NOTICE:: : IS HkREBT GIVEN tint WIU aoeordI,. M law, the property deerribedtborelB TONY MARTIN dress. !
tlam Classic Montxomry bolder of saw will be told to the hlabml bidder in 1 WANTED Steady work al m lilt

Mail County Tu Certificate No. 1011 to. at the CcBrt-beue* doer .* the fire Mow "SINQ AND BE HAPPfThurx. FOR RENT 10 acres scarified: or nurse for children Good
Need UM lib day of Auntt A. D. 1MB. I I day In this month af October 1SIT. which !I
bM a."i* M my offloi and Kw made tha 4th day nf Octohn, KIT.Dated I land. $15 an acre J. L. Hilson! laundress, plain cooking ella
I I" Frt. H. IT
I a tax dead to bt lmudtbereoa. this l R th day of Aururt INT. Sept. Naranja. (.Utl) !I Hudson Tth house south of Dmnls -
laid CertlUcat. ....b_ the II LEATHFRMAN. BORIS KAKLOFFla r
following dMcrlbtd property I" the County Clerk of Circuit Court, i i Mills' store, coloredtow.i
of IH**. BUM of Florida, tolti I& 0*. CJooo.'". Florida i POTATO LAND 10 acre only, _
Lot .11. niork S. Cordon P>rk. a ... < Soil depth, J ft to 4 ft $12S per I
aids.. Viet Book T. Pun tt, hi tht By N, C. BTERRETT.: !: D. f. H. A. Cameron. WANTEDWILL
County of Old*. state of Florid. fA... M ITs 1 Sept. .. HI1 Sa&.. Sept. II acre. I
Tko **iM>innt of old ro*.rty under CHARLES STARRETTlO.DODT.E '
UM Mid certificate ..... WM II
ofrUnknom.Unlm DICED I on south side Epmore drive BUY lime grove of 10 U 40acres
MM certificate shell be redeemed Mcordln to _. ... NOTICE adjoining Seaboard ::10 or land suitable for fame.
law the propmy IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT I railway; $ i
Uwrtla will be sow to the hi.....' Victoria N. CJounwl...... bolder of State a tax deed to b* towed tbreon. BM Cer- H. It.:. Cameron Homestead Box W, Leader-Enterprise
.I use Courto_ tool 011 the first Mo*.1 sad County Tax CJto...,..... No. IMS buiuedUrn UflMte embrace th* folarwln' dteeribedpropertr I i I per acre. I II I
dy In the month of Ortnkrr HIT .. Ttk day of July" A. D. IMW bat filed IB th* County at pad, BUM uf I| Phone 71 in 4 tf). (pslO-ol
hi th 4th day of OotoWr KIT. Mm In my Offk.,. and boa male applle 1 I 1!I !
... .P.fM.III"! << .y of SrPMnbw' KIT lion for B tax deed to b* tenant thereoa. ff b II. Ip .tll. Ami. FOR RENT: 10 acres scarified
B. B. LIATHKRMAN, I Bald Certificate following .. EllMbeth I Park. Bo* *. I II REI'RI.SENTATIVE WANTED -
Clerk; of Circuit Court deocrlbed properly IB "CoaUII' at Dada I Pane ,,,. I. the County uf Dad, State land $10 per acre CASH. Also I I I to )
D." County. ,Jar.... But ef 1'1orid..It.. ,, of Florida. f 30 arcres, scarified $10 :'I
Circuit Court Tract under I I per Interests In Home -nrt
ant I II. Bird Road 1'I I Tk a.mimtnt 0' .W property scrlption "
By K. C. STERHKTT. I). 0. Plat Book t. Fan IS, containing SS the Mid MrtlfleatB IMued .... la the aamlf I acre, CASH. H. A. Cameron. I and vicinity Our plan "n<..blf1'I
(IIrpt.D.. IT, 14). Acre more or leM In test County of I : Unknown I I I (a6-27) I
Dodo But of Florida UnleM MM MrtlflcuU .hall M redeemedaeaerdlM I you to sacur a good part or l hundreds -
Th aaatmmenl of Bald pas rap under to law, the' property deerrlbedf 1
NOTICE Or APPLICATION cf dollars In this
FOE TAX spent
.... HOUSE FOR RENT sale :
th or
DEED certificate mined WM IB the Bam I therein will b* enld to the kutkeet bidderat
(M.u Rill N.. Illl A seat oft Unknown the Court.beuM done en the Cot II"".- rooms and modern bathroom. ,I vicinity each fall and wlnlei' for
NOTICE Unless Mid ..rII,....* lhall be redeem day la the month of October 1SIT which
II Oldest
GIVEN that HN mafaslnes.
...., L II..>r, bolder of state and ... aoordlnt to law. the property dteorlo.ed I to the Ilk day of October 117. Running water 2 screened agency
,... fonmeat No. IMT Issued the lot ; therein will' be sold to else blikMt bidderat .I' Dated this let day '"f UpWrnWrr.. HIT porches. Newly painted Irttlde I R. Guaranteed lowest rate>- Con

dy at Amuse A. D. l II"' HM filed MHM I the In Court-bom the month of dour Ortuber on tb,*IMT fleet which Monday JJ. Clerk R. LBATHrRMAM.af Circuit Court, and out. Garage fruit trees. aU pcrlodleuls, domostlc . IB office sad bon made .
ny :: for I la the 4th day of October Dad county, Florida Couple only. W W. Severv care Instructions ai.d cq.: n
41 Ui dud to b* bossed the r SM Cow ;,::" ,
tit...... mkraowt, the following _....l, Dated this B.IKth B.dar LRATHFRMAN of IMT. I Circuit Court sat Hj N. r. STr.RRKTT.. D. C. of Redd's Dry Cleaners, Home I inrit free. Start a growing .mdfernuinent

Florida property. to-wlll la the County of Dad, SUM W Clerk of Circuit Ofcrt; I""."'). a. 10, 17. 14) stead. business In wh.rawre ..:\ or

Lot W. Block S. Ed....... II...... Circuit Court BealDad. County. Florida time. Address MO<,Pt-
of Plat. Book tl Pan II la the County I By N. C. BTCRRrra. D. C. I DRRDtao71 FOR SALE Ct1I RELL, Inc., W.\l
Dad Stabs
of Florida.
IA_ SO. :nil BVpt. .. lei) I II 1_
awmmml of old Hood North Cohocton, N Y.
Property under
certificate luwd wait la the same I : FOR SALE Fordson tractor,I
oft OnknownUnUM IN THE CIVIL COURT nr L4 : DADS COUNTY, .i Kf Seuthern Dratean Tat Cer.Itflcato good running condition. Price I
Mid Mrtlflcat* ahall be ndMm rLORIOA. N* I"Ml.NOTHR : ,0'I:
d WANTED white
Young woman,
._ OP flMItIt" P'I RAM Nttmlxred 0W d day ofAtuneit.
Inv to law. th I reasonable. M. S. StudstiU Flat-
.....). property dwtrlhnl I MARTIN LUMBER: tJOItP "'Y. I A. D. (.... bad filed MM Cwf1.rate experienced cook, for reitaurunt.Box .
will be old to the hl.
the C..Fhow ,hoot bidderat _I...... Plaintiff. n. IB Biy office, and BM ....do appllrailon Per ave. b N. E. 2nd st. (S3-17)
dew III the fine 11_ HI Florida 3tf
AMUSEMENT COMPANY a INC"j for tox deed to pea thereoa IB accordanr City. ( )
day In the month of
Ortohrr KIT. which I
I. the Nth ... of OrtoWr. IIIT ,I I lkf odon6 i *the with following law. BiU_C.rtlllceU I.... em1brace FOR SALE Good metal. inter-
NOTICE I. HEREBY: GIVEN that I. : property.|
this 10\ I
day of Rrnmnhrr, HIT D. C. COLEMAN If sheriff of Hunted m D N4. lock shingles $8 a square. Good WANTED Listings of houses
4COO.tpf1 oft
County. Flordds..der and by rlrt.s I' H of L & H electric $10. 0. R.
Clock of Chaste Court. 1 writ of meeutlon ktiretofuM b.4.d I SWt of sit!( _... IT. Townahlp II range, and apartments for rent. Henry

Circuit- Court BM Dodo County Florida. th* show ntltled Court upon the |11..1 South, Rants 4" Eatt eontalnlng M OldendoiTs Plumbing Shop. Behrena ft Ben). W. Morris. N.
.. Acres more or ... In the Coa." 01110M.
neat tend IB the show period a20-.
Uy N. C C.ay. ( 24) Krome ave., north of 10-cent
sate of Florida.
ri.Di4: I haw levied upoa the 'folnwlB ....
( S, ) uroperty. to-wH< _. The ao.a..mont of md property 00dr store; phone 14. (alS-tf)
NOTICE OF ...... 1s a II laelwlw. 01 BI..... L I ILIUF.RTY the Mid CortlfloaM Issued WM IB the same 4-ROOM HOUSE and lot, out of
APPLICATION DEED FOE VAX CITY; ......1.1..... of of Unknown.UalcM town. $500.00 cash H. A. Cameron -

(110.... BIN N.. Ill A IIIS I County thereof. I'land.roared amrdne In Plat) Book to Mid to law Certificate, Ui deed thill. will be b.,redeemedacoordtne there.en Onll tf)

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT OB the I,.. day uf Se.tea.btr, A. D.
.. pep TS of the Publlt Record of 00"1
rtud* W illUm.. holder of Suit and HIT
County 20 ACRES of which 5 Buy a Home
County Tax Curtained. No. 4MT Mud th*| aa the ..Vnpeity Florida.of the ib.4 ..... Dated' ; this. lath day at ..... A. D.K. acres are :
Ird day of Amuck A. D. IM1. hu told!I fondant. DIXIE AMUSEMENT 1537. glade, balance pine land. About Buy Grove Land
cause la my oft d hat castle applica. B. t.KATHERMAN:
a oarporatien I and Shot o* .-COlipANY'1 275 neglected trees-grapefruit,
ties for
a hu did to be buiod thorn I I
Clerk of Circuit Court,
I, day of October A. D. _
Bald CrtlfleU enthrone l IMT and Buy Glade LandIt
dMcrlbtd IB the folluwln bourn 04 .. aamely ...... .'..... : goalDods County Fl.rMaBy oranges tangerines--can be
>roprty the Only of Clrcull Court
DooIo. far.na..nd .'....... reclaimed. $1,150. Can makesome
But. of Florida to-wtt ,1..1_'* two IB the M. C D. O. b my firm belief that higher
Lau T to I.' Block IS, And | ; on MM day nt tb* Soviet Front T'iO terms.
Plat (AnaSO. 2T. Sept. IT) Imminent.
prices are
I I Door at the Court BIWM I. Miami Dada
ElliabMli Park .....
a 8" Plat Bonk I, :
4*of P.t Florida."*. '" tp9" Counter of Dan, eta I I'I mill County at, Bualhr florid*oattey, I willoffer'to .... for Mitheet male Bad and I I. the Circuit Court *f th* Ruinatk. ludlrlal Phone 71 n. A. CAMERONFOR Don't quibble about pylon.Don't .
I Clrc.lt ef PlerMa. In and Festied.
TIM aMMinmt at a>U Property tender! beet .bidder .for, uua. M .... paid the ('_tr. la Charms N.. H.I.-I>. SALE Tropical plants, citrus wall.
4. Mid 1 rUflc.t.. boned waa-l* the ups! of above the drurrlbrd prupwtfy a* the property SKAVtM-HASKKLL.: INCORPORATED, trees and tropical fruit in Bur now.
of> UnknownVnlM Mid trfejuMat to Notices aald mime a Klorld twelmePaiatlf11 ....
..M _It....* .hall M raNM*.j outkrn AI.FRF.n CASTU.LIONI and season. Jungle Grove Redlanl You'll think roe for this suggesllon '

*d iHunllnr to.taw, the aroporty d..rrlbM Sheriff of It.'C. COLEMAN: .. rArVnOUONI his wfTet IIoot.....NELLI'I road and Plummer drive. a few months hence
lhrln will be aid to Uw hinting bidder .1 Be DsdrCounty. nor"' ORDrE RKQUIRIVO :
tht Court-hotM door oa tile nest winder;', n, oro. F. HULL Deputy Sheriff. I APPEAR II A. Cameron
I* the month of Carobs, JJST which li, VICTOR p. CR1LETAUurBey TOt ALFRED CASTK.LIOHI IM FOR bACK Clean secondhandtoilet

the 4th day of October, 1017. ;i, for Plnlntlff., komet ,...t. ......1"._. Rhoda I.W.\| \ Its tank and two-inch
Doted tab litk day of Aorait INS? I (Beat I, It, IT 14 : Oct. 1) and NEtLIB CASTIGUONI. kit

Fa LEATNERMA3: : I! FOR TAX Itv Weyboaeet Btreet PnnrMe***. Rhcd. connection to bowl and the solid
Clark of I Inland
Circuit Court, I DKKD ; brass automatic fittings inside
County. FturwaBy ir IB ORDERED that you and sock of
Circuit Court soulD.4. 0)0784 you appear OB Monday. the 4th day of $7; next week $8. Worth $a Ice

N. C. ITERRII'M': D. C.A.g. : NOTICE N Ceunatlman.II HhRKUY baUer GIVEN M _THATVletoria ......'I October. A, D. IMT to the bill ofplaint <_ or hot food lug, 75e (new $1.15)
action d _
( 27 1 8oplo I. 10. 11) aovo forecloMr* of
of Boulher Dr.lr.Mle District Tax Cartlfl-
ra A.r10ter. filed anlnat yam In th* Big neutly new potato digger
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOE TAXI!I -. numbered loot and loo, dated the I above t.rM and entitled MUM, and In I
DEED i *th day of AuiMl.: A. D 1999, .kM filedI default thereof a done cuufmeo will B5c Sage Grove, E. Kings high

(_... Illl N.. Ill A tilt I Mid Certificates la my of flo.. end bon. nud.BppllraUoa be entered ...1.., you pre way.
NOTICE: IS for tax deed to .... th...... laaceordane THIS L.AU-R.
0. N. Wakri.ld. balder of state and WIth Bald Certificate tiu- dnnraeted *. the n.__ la which. this
tJ' Tat CnlflMH N.. boa the following deicrlbtd. proeettr.lllimted order shall be
NOS Loud publUned for four 9on.ww "too
day of Atnratt A. D. Idea bad. filed rn Dad Ceunty, FlorMa, ..-.. Nor week. 1
IB my offlot. and ka. made _I.eo.'l Track .. Bird Ho4 P....... Plat Book T..j DONE!! AND ORDERED .. ttw C... NO WONDraWE
for a tax ... U be Land the cew. Pan IS. centalulm S Anus &row lorn ....... Miami. FbrMa oa this tha lltk I LLTM[ /
Mrtlfwito enbraeei the foaming ... I. Ih* Canny of l.de. State ef PIut...., day ef ..-. A. D. IMT EGG BA5KUW
4 the Coualy 01 Dodo, sat embraced m CenlflraTa No. 104. Th* & B. I.KATHKRMAN:
:: =' ea wkt :, a..ot ':.w.Property under ths jj) 1 CWk. circuit Court I GET I

tot 4. Pink S. Fhk. Manor, Plat ; CenHleuM to tb* MBM uf Dado County ,......... W
Book 11. Pan .1. la th* O *oty ef kanwo! _._" I R* M SWIFT. Deputy n-* 1t
110'. BUM of Florida.Th 51 d n w w, Wit ex *)fr w liee. I Circuit. Court 100-,) -'-- EGG MASH
aeiei.ir.oH af said property sad ,, gr.uj ef NW H) ba.ha21.Tow.hip l K F P BRIGHAM \ I
the Mid Mftlficato based wa .> th* SI Soul. ..... 4* KrM eonUlaliw Snlleltae. for _pl.....,
oft Uakiwwa.UaUM tame III Acre mere lees IB tb* Coney of' MT Injrrabam Building, JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA
Mid _It..... then be """" Dad*. Bun af FIjrMa, .. __ 10'' Miami. FlorMaIAu
_I.. to law. the Biuperty CantlIruu Ho. IOM. The ,...*...*..i af II. II. n. Mph I and II. IMT)
,_too will be old to Use klk. -I said property mode the MM CerUfleuU GA/aRTI A11DStLMr..
pert was la Ik* saM of V.k_..
at the CewMMWJ doer -
day IB the mouth of Octoerr.a. the IMT flrM v._ MM CrrlUbutM phase U ...*.... - FOR MORE COOK IMX5T _BUMMER COMFORf uM I
ed aoaardhuj bon Ia.... tax "ed will kuueIhereeu ..4woh b..l M M b. 5.1 d.w
h the 4th day ef Goober, INT. AND HEALTHIER: HENS
Dead this Into day J Anm4 IMT. I en Ik* Slad day uf .. .-..... A. AIATITDAI'AC' tow L.k.wS. I. m...ea bb mail
ILEATHERIIA", D. IMT. J iiAlUltULuAoRoper II IIII feed UM r.mows L-O-FEF Mwa.1 (- .b...' wA .nape las.d..Iontm..w '
Clark of ClmU Cevrt, Dated Ibis IStk fay. ef AaKuet, A. D. bid lII&IhetIrclt.. t* the de rw.i wT eed .cob bu.itp.euj
U4CeMy. Jurists 'N' mar a.A amok" loses Ao" tor
j rTL-O-MT Plan Oatmeal la the
a..1l cows I woo ft mom
ft set. c. mutti'. D. 0. Clerk ef Clraurt C. .<.. .hjihest. digestible form .r graft @my Alt CONDM HIS

IA..IiS7MN.tooNOTICE CbwBtt MalAds feuutr eTortela II Gas Ranges and Is aware ....t., than. tort tipI 01Re.t.Seyi..ab
beat Products staking tt Ideal for BeHirKJ AND MUBNO SOOM* ,
B K. a
Or APPLICATION FOB TAX 'A.:. S*. IT| See*.T'1..0.1 c.) I NOW IN NEW LOCATION .1.1J I I warm climates. Ask !* the FREE: Seas. led I

I risen ruL-0-ri.r Paltry Boole.PULeOPEp. S0 eea.l j
1_ 24 R... Ohio
Daniel H. From, holds M uatnmex ofSjatulieni DEEDIStaaM
0..) ... District Tax Certiflat BIB N* Kit A RMNOTKK ------1 !i
Numbered 441. dated Stb day ef IB HIRES GIVEN thai Carr ; 04, La r00OT
! Asia I A, D 1":I, be I.r: Mid C.itlf "r WUIMBV ..oIoIor.r sat. tad c..u..' Aa000114 019910
*M* In My "t- aced Ins .... ut>.. tu deed. M HIM Mtenop to a i---*.- dot 1 J.-m A. Tt i i'" X... frill team t[ HECTOR SUPPLY CO.
With mw Said Ontlflnw uu/jurol a. ., wit to, ...r..*> was ayrltt.ti" fr Enterprise



Eight tFAnER. ENT RPRtst Friday September! .10,.1837

:"! "''I: .: :'"" ,! ''' '''''',,!
GROUP HAS EVEXINQ: a social meeting to be held Sept. &
OF DANCING IN MIAMIA 20 at the Davis restaurant In in cloth
croup of young people from Gould Mr*. I* B. Canzey, Mr. anborn bags
Homestead enjoyed MI evening ol, Stands Freeman and Mr. A. M. dated The
dancing .t the Roadside Rent In Loan will be hostene
Miami on Labor Day Present at the meeting besides Coffee sanitary
In the party wen: Mr. and.Ira. thoM mentioned were: Mr Hunter 1 way
Bruce Ennh Mix Hazel Penning Harcttn. Mi*. Augustus Wynn Ib. __ SJbs.
ton Misses Eleanor: and Emlll Mr*.J.D.Perklna Mr*.T.J. Walker
Payne, Milt Annie Hartley, Mil Mr*. J. S, Horton Mr*. Fred 24cCOUNTRY Z7c
Mary Dana Brown, MUM Mary rick Kuteldt, Mr Robert Glenn
and Vera D lk,Mina Betty Bowen, Jr. and Mass Mary, Bradley.
Miss Virginia Frick Mia Halen ROLLButter Assorted Flavors
Writ Mina Helen Lehman Roy T. W. A. GIVES
Wood, Laban BUhop. Marvin PROGRAM ON JAPANA Royal Gelatin
PrItchard, Emory Dearlnf, Jamer program on Japan wa given lb. 37c
Redd Harold Vrana,Bobby Want, Monday night by the Y. W. A. at 5c
pkg. ......_ .
John Fredrick Ben Plunimer -
ttht home of the leader Mr* J. R.
Clayton Lehman Bill McConnell JEWEL
Rutland. Those taking part on
and Bob Canute the program were:Mill Lot Walker ALL GOOD
program chairman, Mia Ruth LARD '
8-lb. 97c PEACHESNa.2can
JUNIOR WOMAN CLUB Tower, Miss Fern Robertson, Miss' pkg.
FLANS HALLOWEEN DANCE Either Pope, and Miss Christine
A Halloween Hughe Mb Either Pope was .. .19cKELLOGG'S
Homestead elected secretary to fill a vacancycaused I
Country Club will be
liven by the Junior Woman'Club by the departure of Miss
Helen Vest. Flour 20 lb. bag
of Homestead, the member decided 770
at their business meeting Ice cream and cookie were
Monday evening. Mr*. Herbert nerved by the hoateu
Turner and Mr*. Burley Vend Other present were:Misses Alta BRAND 2 for _..__.._ 15c .
were placed on the arrangement and Katherine Vann, Misses Myrtle -
committee; Mr*. Stanley Wlttkop and' Mary Moon Miss Eunice MILK 3 tall cans 21c ARMOUR'S
and MM J:. A. Buchanan, on the Walker, Miss Lucille West Miss
ticket committee; MIA Pearl Elizabeth McIIwaln and Miss Va- Peanut Butter
Whitaker, on the music commit era Fitch.
tee; Mr*. Harold Oxford, Mr*. FREE a One Vegetable Shredder and Slicer with 1.lb. jar ..... 15c
Buchanan and MN! Alice Hobson, The F L. and T.Club will servea
on the decoration committee spaghetti supper Id the L O O F CriSCO 3-lb. can 59C Cereal
Plan were dimmed alto for lad at S dock tomorrow.

big pkg. ...._._ lOc
Oldest Chevrolet II I Fresh Meats t I P.&G.SOAP

Irish CobblerPOTATOES Banquet SlicedBACON 12 Giant bars ............ lOc

1 Medium Oxydol.....5c
Dealer East CoastLV

on 10 Ibs .u.. 18c Ib ..... ...... .. 39c All for ..................::15c !

Groenstein Boned and RIled STANDARD.I.

t_1tAN.Trucks. GREENS, CORN
5 Ibs. ..... .W 23d pound u. ... 33c 2No.2cans..l9cFANCY


CHEESE RICE, 5 Ibs. ..2k I

1930 Chevrolet 1 ton-Cab and body. 2 J lgh heads 17c lb. .. .. _.u.. 25c
FRESH. Lipton O. P.

1934: Chevrolet long wheel base (2) Cab and body. I Pork TEA

1928 Chevrolet 1 ton. CARROTS Spare Ribs 1.4 lb. _..-.- 25c

1929 Chevrolet 1 ton. I 2 big bunches. lb. ... ..... 22c FREE 1 Tea Glass

Large TenderCELERY Sliced Dry Musselman
1930 Ford 1,ton.
BEEF Apple Sauce
1936 Willys-Cab and stake .
body.Passenger stalk ...--... 12c l41b.pkg.3cTender 2 17-oz.cansl9c

;;;;;;;; Delicious Fresh

1936 Chevrolet Sport Sedan-New paint; mechanically 3 Ibs -... .. 25ceach .15c
A-l ..-r-___ 9c % can ..
; new paint tires. SWEET
Western Chuck TOMATOES2No.2cans..l5c
1931 Chevrolet Master Sedan-good condition. POTATOES

1933 Chevrolet Sedan; good condition. 5 Ibs. ....... 19c ROAST

Tender Sweet Garden lb. ... ... ....... 24c Brown
1929 Plymouth Sedan; priced cheap. '

1930 Chevrolet Sedan; priced cheap. 2 Ibs ...... 25c Round Steak 4 lb. pkg. .- ..25c

Cars low downAsk JUMBO lb. ..-.. ..... 28c
as as $10 Bulk Pitted

for details about this plan. Canteloupes Rib or Brisket DATES

Special h....19c BEEF STEW lb. _....u..__ 17c

Golden Ripe lb. ____. .._.. 15d HERSHEY'S
BirdChevrolet BANANAS
Fresh Dressed Local COCOA
...... u
Fryers, Ib. ... 35c 2 lb. caD ......25c
SEEDLESS Tender FatHENS Dry Baby


2 Hs ........ 15c Ib ........... 3 albs.-----..25cl'age
1b3 N.Erome Ark, Phone 98

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