The leader-enterprise
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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 17, 1937
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00141
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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.1{) I CANNING co-or fiGHTS FOR PLANT ::1

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Homestead's Playground Plans and Swimming Pool


" t IN THIS CITY Dear Editor.Hom..ttoadf1a.Sir Leader-Enterprlae, NORTH PART OF STATE

Fleaae permit me through four column to congratulate the
greater Homestead area In the new plan Tom community t* _k. .
lag for increased supervised playground and a renewed use of TOUT --- -
: Local Deputy Sheriff Has municipal wlramlM ,.,1. I know of nothing aalde from the home TilE WEATHERaeas.l Directors of Local Association -

of itself which promote better citizenship and serves to reduce Juvenile _..... .1 551 ..
Charge Sheltering losert tM etrWgsaaris..at Set Out to
r delinquency more than program of this kind. Wo have verylittle
t in Emergency delinquency In Juvenile court from your area and with Increased ataSoa. Road" r'-.IIL Prove Title
playground and swimming pool facilities wo may expectthe :
record to grow continually belter. Date Max MII11 Bar.' 1111410Sept.
I' SCHOOL HOUSE TO BE I commend your citizens very much for their activity In these .- 10 ... .1 j 118 I 171 II.IISi 0.2. GAVE EMPLOYMENT
. t', PRECINCT REFUGE natUn. Sept. 11 I 189 I 61 1 28.1131 i 0.15 TO 100 ONE SEASON
I Tears very truly.W. Sept. 12 I 88 I 70 : I 0.11f'pL
, 'Disaster IL BECKUAM $ 13 I 80 I 'l6 129. 31 0.90Sept.
County Relief Judo Dado County Juvenile Court. 14 I 191 I 171 12Utl 0.211 Board Would Refinanceand
Committee Organiz. Miami, Florida Sept. 15. 1917. Sept. IS I 193 I 8'l 211.11111 Operate During

es at Meeting t I Sept; 18 I 19o I 70 130.001 19371938Ownership
j Stiling and Becker Fill ,
Frank Irwin of Homestead deputy Vacancies on Council ,77e community
: sheriff assigned! to patrol the canning plant operated successfullyfor
r grove section of the Redland District TWO PATROLMEN Edward Suing w.* sworn in asa one season In Homestead by
member of the town council of i FORCLEANUPOFPALM the Redland District Co-operative
appointed director
was precinct -
Association will be definitely established
DURING SEASONMotor Florida City Tuesday night and
for Precinct 72 on the subcommittee Former Mayor Lawrence Becker I before the association
on shelter of the Dad was elected to fill vacancies created CEMETERYPalm agree to meet demand of FERA:

County Red Cress disaster relief traffic on stale road 4-A,il by two recent resignation Mr. liquidator that the equipment be
Becker will be worn In.t the relinquished to the state welfareboard
committee, at an organization or the federal highway between Cemetery at Naranja! the
neeting held Monday 1ft MiamI. South Miami and Homestead will next regular meeting of the council only burial ground south of Coral and moved to the northern
Other Redland District precinct be safeguarded by two special patrolmen They replace D. B. Snow and Gables, will have I clean-op week part of the state.
directors on the shelter subcommittee for at least a aix-months Lto;!! DeiU. starting next Monday morning and The plant has been Inactive for
+ I Paul Haley; Florida period from November to April, .Given the post ol Sanitary com. ending the foUowMf Saturday the JIIIt .two season en account
Cltf precinct; Tom Torbert, Goulds Inclusive, County Commissioner nitteeman, Mr. Stiling several I night a* a result of action taken by of general crop shortages.
precinct; Wt Cox. Princeton pre J. Lamar PaXton, told the member time a member of the council, :the directors of South Dade Ceme. Ala special meeting of the board
moved that the old of '"f governor in the plant Wednesday -
cinct J. Johnson Silver Palm pm.cinct. of Redland District Lion Clubon having 'tery Association at a meeting heldat
the town marshal supervise the night the board decided
Tuesday nightCommissioner
the home of the president, Mrs
sanitation department be reestablished unanimously to delve further Into
Where suitable, school buildings Paxaon was the Cha T. Harper.
will be used a* precinct refuge principal guest apeakei at this and Marshal Wm. J. Ge- the question of title to the equip.
headquarters. Each shelter director week's regular session in responseto ronlmo was Instructed to take Mrs. Harper said next week was ment when Thomas E Kirby, association
chosen for the long-planned cooper.tive -
was given a list of instructions as special Invitation to Informthe charge. president read II format
to procedure to follow In event of club what action would be tak. clean-up In order that request for relinquishment of the
the work could be done before thestart .
GET LAST machinery, which carries an Inventory
I storm to get persons In unsafe en by the county board to protect
buildings assembled in the storm the highway during the coming FOR TYPHOID ON TUESDAY of farming oper.tJon.\\ value of approximately
shelter. Refugees will be registered months of Increased traffic. I "We earnestly: appeal to ill individuals -. .',001I. It Is understood that It
and the whole emergency Three men, operating under direction Tuesday at 10 o'riock In Dr. J. who have loved! one' is the I Intention of the social wel-
program followed out In orderlyand. of the sheriffs office and A. Smith' office the third and buried In the NaranJ ctD'lltJ':, 10' fir* board to lease the machinery
.systematized manner. paid by the county commissionersare last of the typhoid Immunization those who are friend of lot own- Ui the state marketing bureau and
Following the storm the precinct now engaged on road patrol Inoculation will be given in the er who hive moved away and to :' transfer any net profit to the state
director proceed to make a surveyas duty in the county at large. Mr. Homestead P.-T.. A. pre-school other interested or public spirited old age pension fund.
soon as the wind velocity per Paxaon aaid. On November 1. roundrup, Mrs Jane Nesbrt:, person to turn out with a* much In support of the association'
mits. An injured or person whose this force will be Increased to chairman announces. Mr N... I labor M they can and help make desire to retain the plant in Homestead -
homes are damaged will be broughtto five officers, two of whom will be bitt i* assisted by Mrs. Ceo. 1: our cemetery a place we can be II U legally Justified in doingso
proud of," she said. Charles G. Turner, treasurer,
the shelter sent to hospital or' assigned to the south end of the Waketield. j
first aid stations and arrangement county throughout the season. Mr.
continued to curry on until the ffuton assured the club that, under Library Plans Call for Native Rock
situation I fa Liken over by th* national no circumstance, would the CRAWSHAW IS i I I
Red Cross emergency or- south end patrolmen be transferred I Building Costing More Than $10,000
sanitation to race track or other service.
Plana for the-proposed municipal I I,: PuPllsfn&hoolll--

II I Port Everglades Customs House Slated I I OF LEGION POST! library, modern in every detail I Here, 514 at Farm Life

, As Only U. S. Building. for 4th District I i and volume designed were to completed novae nearly yesterday t7.oo01!I The Homestead school: enrollment

George Crawihaw was elected I yesterday totaled (36 with
Prospects of securing a post office Two Houses Each Ship commander of John G Salley':, by Clarence J. Parman. Homestead 271 pupils in the unor-tenlor|
building for Homestead this Post, American Legion, at the : architect, to accompany application high school and 245 In the elemental
Carload of Grapefruit
year are neglible, although the annual meeting held In Legion hall for this and other WPA *.,. school. There are 14 seniors,
local comfittet representing the | Wednesday night Other offieeea projects BOW being prepared by it Junior. 48 sophomores and 49fnahmen.
city and major; civic group 1* First grapefruit with the exception !I elected were: Frank Scbntlder.i William Sydow consulting engineer The eighth grade hot
continuing its effort of some exceptionally early first vice-commander; Harold for the city, under council ,49 and the seventh. 50.
Of 319 buildings announced on fruit shipped by Dr. P. Phillips, i I| Sheffield second vice-commander; I II instructions. I Redtaad Farm Life School ha
Sept. 10 a* selected for construction !I Irving Lyon, third vtcc-tommandr Although reluctant to estimate ,J4J pupils in the elementary grs<"
out of this year' allocation of went out of the Redland District er; adjutant finance and service the eo.i'llt the buMtogfcs kald aDd 271 In the junior-senior high
$70,000,000 for the whole country Monday when Silver Palm Citrus officer, Wm. J. Geronimot ash signed, Mr. Paras readily *d. school, malting a total of 614.
only one. a custom house at Port Grower at Redland packed tnd I 1 I, geant-at-arms, Frits Schroeder; mitted that it would exceed the The position of t +Ia' physical
Everglades, 1* in the fourth congressional shipped; a carload. 'i chaplain, :Ben Archer. tlO.OOO contemplated in the application education Instructor at Homestead
District This Information Frank B. Rue was re-emoted for WPA aid. The amount mad vacant by the last minute
Redland Citrus Growers will
was contained In a letter trustee for a three-year term The set twwever, U In the tentative resignation of Miss Katherine
received yesterday by Mayor Tom I pack and ship Its first carload Of:I other trustees, WhOM staggered page and is subject to revitteo Theijsn, was tilted by the appoint'neat
Harris, chairman othe general grapefruit today. Shipments well :. term) have not expired are'. Mr.Crswihaw when the plan are submitted to I of tdft. Margaret Msynard,
committee from J. A. Peeple director be negligible until about the mid. and Mr. Qeronlmo.. the city council next Monday a tanner teacher in the school of
at the procurement division die: of October E. A. Carter, man I. The adjutant was authorized to nfgnt official sold yesterdsy Cilzabethton. N. C.
of the treasury department in Hter of Redland Citrus Grower, Invite the Llndley de Gums Post Built substantially of native rock -- ----
Washington. Homestead did not aid :yesterday I of Coconut Grove to hold a Joint and poured concrete in an architectural ANOTHER BABY MONK
appear on the selected list, and.according A 15 per cent increase In the installation of officer in Homestead design: well adapted to Tropical Monkey Jungleone
to Mr. Peoples It I* doubtful juiee content requirement and with John O. Salley Post on its natural setting, the building of the Redland District feature
that another federal building restoration of the acid content requirement Oct. 20. Commander Crswihawand proposed la the Paman plan will attraction to visitors announces
k would be allotted to the fourth Ola.trlct will result In much better Mr Geronimo win confer be 15 by U fott The main U* the birth of another baby monkey
1 under the current approprta- e.rl1'ruit, and with a general further with disaster relief official brary will occupy I space 12 by to MitiL one of the monkey that
_tion. I shortage of fruit throughout the In Miami concerning organizationof 27 fott with unusually large windows roam free In the hammock *ur-
This situation I* more fully\ out- state price ought to be better Mr- a Legion sponsored unit in on two sides and a wide front rounding the DuMend simian me
(Continued On Page Four) Carter said. Homestead. (Continued On Pig Four) Daiulll.a .

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} Pairs Two THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Friday September 17. 1937 '

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DIIIIIIII"" illllll111iI lIl I(III I IiIII(Hilt Wittkop and Buchanan ling a special number, and one of: NOTICES I

I ( illill SECURITY ACTEXPLAINED HaberdasheryThe the MwUnf soprano of Miami haa JOTURCH.....,..,.....,......." ..,.....
Open been Invited to be guest soloist

I 1! 20 Years Ago AT Homestead Haberdashery. The rally-day services will serveto CHRISTIAN Sept. 19 -SCIENCE Lesson-sera Cllt'ltC:

!' owned by Stanley Wittkop and E. mark the beginning of the full topic -Matter.

UlllllllllllnlllrmilllJlllllllllllllllllliu ROTE MEETING,A. Buchanan, has opened In the fan and winter program of activities -

" .. store adjoining the post office with of the church, Mr. Richard FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
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". !'lie f.IM.e.e a stock of brand new merchandise
, ..... fa tuft of 00 ..004"da..w. said The pastor and members of CHURCH
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so 1M a..H r-M .."_ a"ea No federal old-age retirement the church extend cordial we? Sept. It Morning sermon
mope".I OM IT. loss, .Uk Ik* 1._ annuities will be paid before Jan.' Mr. Wittkop, an experienced bf come to the community to attend by paator at 1 p. aa.merlin off
clothing salesman manager
t 1142, but if a worker becomes the services of the day; young people af the ehirch,
I {Brpt II, "If.o the tore; his brother-in-law, Mr.
of before that time
(S years age directed by Betty; Liaise Bar
-"Mrs. L. L. Bow Is moving to and therefore fails to qualify; because I r Buchanan, who holds a responsible rla.
: Miami this week." his employment baa not fallen position with another local firm I II In .Mrs.T.E.KirbyIsNewKindergarten

y y"W.. J. Clarke last weekend another line of business la a more
spent In at least five' different ealen Teacher FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH]
with friends |n Palm Beech."Mrs. ." I dar years between Dec. 31, 1839, I or less "silent partner" The ;young '
men spent several months In getting ........-. Sept. 19 -Morning sermon;
S. A. King Ipent1llOlt"OfJut and his 69th: birthday; he will receive _" '
I the store remodeled and "God's l'rovWe evening 1sermon I
space Mrs. T. E Kirby
week visiting in Miami. a lump sum payment equalto newy.p.poln.ted '
I redecorated, and In ordering their ; "A Way> ef Escape"Sept. :
three and a half cent of his kindergarten teacher lorHome.tead
--.. E. Livingston left Wednesday per tines tl Prayer service !
carefully selected of high ,
total wages since Dee 11, 1938. ; announces that enrollment
; last on I brief business trip to grade merchandise subjects "Hew God Cheeses ]
will continue all next
Columbia, S. C." Likewise, If a worker dies before Men."
he Is 05 yean old, hit wife. Both Mr Wittkop and Mr. week.
The local men who took the next of kin,, or his estate will be Buchanan are prominent and popular The kindergarten occupies one:

fhrslcal examination tail week paid three and one half per cent In local sports circles, and of the rooms of the Neva King! 0---.E"M 1111NT
wen all paaaed with the exception of hI. total wages between the since the store was opened last Cooper School The hours an k3Y. AD

o( Russell A. Moser and J Thomas Dec. 31, 138, and the date of his Friday; it has experienced a brisk from 8:30 till 11:30.: .""
Vsrin ThoM pawing were J L. death. trade.
Burton T. P. Parker, W. R. Myers, ,
J M. Kung. E. E. Bailey E. O These and other features of the
Suspects in Sack Mask
Stirrup, L. L. Moer, O L OaulL" federal social security; act with
'which the public seems to be particularly Hold-up Prove Alibis
-"M. P. Wallam of Lake Worth unacquainted, were I HOMESTEAD HABERDASHERYWhere
lima moved Into the Redln house
brought out by R. B. Donaldson, Three Homestead men, arrested
next to the Baptist Church and
of the Miami branch of
manager I last Friday evening, were released
; expects his family soon. Mr. Wai. the social security board, in a talk Monday noon after being held Krome and Flagler Meet
: lam has been employed for
to the Homestead Rotary; Club at over the week-end In the county
ai butcher In Fucha store and
ts meeting In Legion hall Wed: Jail at Miami for Investigation In
: likes the"Another town." invites you to call and look over its stock of
ti nesday noon. :(connection with the recent hold-up

James soldier to fight for hiscountryl The taxes levied for these benefits .i i of the Woodson store at Goulds by brand new, high grade merchandise,including:
Columbus Vann
-1% of the wage to be paid three) bandits masked In paper
Jr. arrived via stork on Tuesday; I
by the earner and 1 per cent by'sacks.
September 11th, and although he he employer affect all classes After questioning by Investigators SIHRTCRAFT SHIRTSB.
only; weight eight pounds he could I
of labor domestic
except agriculture in the sheriffs office In regard -
lick the any; "German that came down servants In a private home, to certain circumstantial evidence V. D. SHIRTS, SHORTS, SUITS

pike casual labor not in the course of
which seemed to Implicate
-"Jamea Columbus Vann, Jr., of tn employet's trade or them in the robbery; all three susppcte PARIS GARTERS AND BELTS

Homestead haa been highly honored hips crews, federal or .buslnc"'l were able to offer sound
although he does not seem to iloyees and non-profit or chari- alibis. TOWNEND-GRACE IIATSFREEMAN'S

realize It at yet It happened this able Institution employees t
They wen arrested by Deputlea
way; Jim was the tint man
la to Mr. Don-
answer questions
Claude High and George Beaufort
who Into
the Naval
got Militia
without aldwra read a statement which he of the sheriffs office, aided by;

; son hat been enlisting made and mascot for that A rea-collection interpreted aa meaning that pack.I local police officers Other clues Star Brand Boots and Work Shoes

pg houses not operated exclusively are being followed,local authoritiessaid
was taken up among the by a grower for the products of) ;yesterday Sweet Orr and N. & W. Work Clothes
militiamen and I aura of$40.50 was
would be
his farm subject to the
realized, which It to be used to
lax He said, however, that administration
Fall Opening and Rally -::--- .
purchase a baby coach. Later he of the old-age benefits : I, j .'
may trade It In on a Ford." Announced by PastorA
wag his field and all questions regarding
\ 'Ceo. Fuller will begin work application of the tax WITTKOP & BUCHANANProprietors
soon on a six room frame bungalowon should be addressed to 3 Edwin 'special fall opening and rally

Campbell street near D. Davit Larson, U. S. Collector of internal day" will be observed Sunday at

borne The estimated coat will be revenue, Jacksonville, Fla the Homestead Methodist Church,
bout I1SOO"Local I the pastor the Rev. James J Richards -
The Rotary Club officers plan to
announced early this week.
Invite a representative of the tax
4.11 Club Girls Appeals are being made to all
division to address the club at another
members of the church to attend
Awarded HonorsA
meetlrig at the earliest date
the church school service at S:43
truck load of Redland and a. m., the pastor said. Special mu-
Homestead lie la being arranged fur both the
4-H club girls attendedthe
Vutabell Redd: hmandlcraft, Alice morning and evening services of
4-H fall rally; held In Miami
Wysong, Lou Hells: Grennell and the) church. At the evening service
Saturday; under the direction of
Virginia Kinner. the Lyon Brothers Quartette will I
Miss Eunice Grady, county home
demonstration agent

Honors awarded the local girls


Wysoftg, Barbara Millet Julia PRINCETON, FLA
France Sll111vlh114 Virginia '" .

i Kinncr; canning exhibited in Portable Electric and Acetylene Welding n* Cylinder Blocks,

i spring, Alice Wyaong Myrtle Ca- Cylinder.feuds, Aluminum Coatings and Baiters + ,
l son, Evelyn Underwood, Dorothy Fr
r Behrens, Doris Mlzell, Corrine Automotive Maektae Repairing-Catering to garages In main

Cash Lydia Vlhlen Lou Belle bearing pouring and aligned reaming, connecting red pouring i

Grennell. Eloise' Cowman. Norma and boring and cylinder boring.

Gossman KatherIne Orfanedes, I
best club hostesses In summer EXPERT WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED

clubs Lou BeUe Grennell and) I .!. .

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i i Fertilizers, Seeds, Insecticides Nothing. Like It it !

for Fall Crops There's nothing like owning a home of your

own! Designed and built according to your "

own needs! and ideas. Paid for according to >

We have a fresh supply of Stokes', Simons', and Lan- ; your Income-like rent under the FHA.

dreth's Tomato Seed. Also Peat Moss, Goat and I Well be glad to advise you about materials and A!

Sheep Manure for Pine Land Planting-And be sure I financing. Drop*in and talk over your plans. ,:

to use Redland Brand Fertilizers if you want results. Or call us today.

Florida East Coast Fertilizer' Co. W.D.HorneCo. ?'

Manutaciunrt Redland Brand Fertilizer

Frank L. Skill ..

nOd It FRANK B. RUE ..... HOMESTEAD 1U i U N.Krome Ave. Phone501Ja

September 17. 1937 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Three


REDLAND AGGIES Homestead P.-T. A. Executive Board Inj truth", Mayor and the Harris other half dryly:are t -

Holds First Meeting of School Year mented forgetting his 11-1
HOLD CLASSES IN I "I am rom to dismiss the
but you had better be careful that
The Homestead Parent-Teacher second vice-president. Mm. H. C' you are Hot brought before me
NEW BUILDINGWith Association executive committee. Nichols; secretary, Mrs. Landon again." I'

composed of the officers of the' Carney; treasurer, Mrs. C. J. Par- r

association the principal of the man; and three appointive officers,: Epworth League WinsEfficiency
the opening of school this council .1 I e
school and chairmen of standing ; representative selected
week, Redland vocational agriculture committee, held Its tint meeting by the council Mrs. E. 3.! AwardAn

I classes began meeting in the i of the school year at 10 a. m. Tuesday Dyal; historian, Mn. J. B. Tower:I, efficiency- awardedthe I : s s
u ;' class room provided by their new i in the clinic room of the Neva and parliamentarian, Mr C. N. Intermediate cup was I
f "vocational Epworth League
agriculture building I
King Cooper School The attn
, which is of the First Methodist Churcn o(
nearing complotion. Finish tlon of the -neetic* was center: Organization committee chairmen -
Thursday ovenlnc for
work is yet to be done on a part on organizing for the year's work ire: finance and budget Mr.
having the moat attend-
of the building, begun last 0ca'
year. H P. McDaniel; hospitality and
To clear misunderstandingas :
up a ance and doing the most assigned
which I It 40 by H6 feet and contains
general, Mn. C. H. Steffani houseand
five to who Is eligible to be includedIn ; work of any league In the Miami
rooms and bath. The classroom
ground, Mr Paul Reynolds
the parent attendance count at ;' district during the past twelve
: and a shop room used also refreshment, Mr. P. B. Bird
:. # each regular meeting of the association months. The award wa made at smar
. as a chapter
meeting room for the membership, Mr C. T. Harper;
( the executive committee a meeting of the League Union at
Redland Future I
Farmers of Amer- Mrf. E. J. Dyal publications !- I
program ;
voted that only parent or guardians Trinity Methodist Church In Ml-
ica, are each 22 by 41 feet. will be counted. general, Mr*. C. H. Rice;
. The building was constructed Florida Parent-Teacher; Mrs. S.:: ami.Those
i The music Instructor Mn. Margaret attending from Homestead -
almost by the work of !
L. West; publicity, outside, Mn.
t Bedland' Future Farmers and hired Mill, was authorized to have I H. Webster, inside, Miss J.1 included: Mr. and Mrs.
labor mostly the latter. One the piano tuned at the expense of J. E. COM, Edwina and Mary Jo V
Williams mothers
; room
r tt the Ltioclatlon. I dose, Edna Forte Edna Booth.
NYA boy worked 185 hours the
on school, Mrs J. S. Horton, elementary -
building last year and this year Mrs. Frank Skill; welfare chairman : school, Mri. Ceo. D. Ruehle. I Mildred and Margaret Field, Johnny -
- 100 hours ohly of NYA time ha asked that donations of Project or subject committee : Little, Marjorie Webb Margaret -,

been expended! on It. Other NYA clothing be brought to the school I chairmen are: cafeteria, Mn J. Lawrence, Nina Bullard Jamie
time UM& by: Redland vocational for distribution to children of Tom Vann juvenile protection, I Richards, Geneva Vann,
; Webb, Hubert Smith and Come la today and let
agriculture department amount to needy families. Other welfare activities Mrs. Flora D. Myen; motion picture 'I
712 hours, 88 hour of which was of the association were Mrs A. F. Arthur; music, Wynn. Francl'j u. show you die new

1i used hauling eoll etc.. and 676 tuned. dl8-1 I Mrs. Margaret Mills; preschooland 1 REVIVAL STARTS Norge Range adaptedfor

hour of which was used in construction Officer of the association : hygelne, Mrs. Jane Neibltt; ; The Rev. J. C. Turk, who closed wlc-l Settled f"'4

of a rock wall along the president, Mr. Ben Archer; firs radio, Mrs. Frank Hausnun; and evangelistic service In Miami last Now you can .oo-

One boundary hundred: of the school grounds. vice-president, Mr W. E. Rheney;I I I welfare, Mrs. Frank Skill. Sunday: will begin a aerie of revival Norge luxury and cook
eighty: lineal feet of
meeting Sept. 36 at the log convenience no mat-
wall two feet high, 18 inches thick
use of the road building equipment Homestead Church of God, cornerof
Police CourtFive
and BO lineal feet of wall 18 by: ter where you lire
it He was to return to work N. E. First avenue and Seventhstreet
26 Inches, was constructed. Monday. CI't.tfU-negroes lined! according to an announcement Choose exactly the rang

4' classes"The and vocational the Redland agriculture T. F. A.chapter Born In Orangeburg S. C, Mr. up before Mayor Turn Harris in by: Its pastor, J. H. Dodson. that suit you best from
municipal court Monday night the wide selection of
Hook came to Homestead ad 20 year
A are Justly proud of
i ago from Prattvllle, Ala. He leave They: were charged by Patrolman sizes, mode and colors
new building and of the fact that
I I I besides those already mentioned,I I I P. Q. Dye, who made the arrest,!
offered $
x occupancy of it will release I much by Norge. ee
with shooting dice on the street: HOME COOKINGServed
L. I
needed classroom in the high two son, E. Hook, Jr., forme
tbt .
v Ntrft beJ.re *"
school and relieve somewhat the city engineer of Homestead b)rt I of the negro section. Two pleaded I yen
1r congestion which existed last now a resident of Miami, and Cecil guilty and the others denied hand-1 I
Hook of West Branch, Mich.; a ling the "bones'. Officer Dye ,
tear and threatens to be even more Family Styleat
Identified them all as active participant
brother, W. C. Hook of Prattvllle,
acute this year, said M. A. Baker, :
vocational agriculture teacher at Ala. and one grandchild in West in the game. theSeminole I A =
Branch, Mich. I "Half of you boy are telling the' LO.W
Redland School i Agl8c


Funeral Services Held I LEGAL NOTICENOTICE

Wednesday for E. L. Hook OP APPLICATION FOB TAI Moth ..MOTICI kotobr dm or that SALE Under .U k.I,
DKEDSnuto vista of a domo numb .. tko lit day I
( Rill No. IM A ISM at ._.... A. D.. KIT, br tin Clrtl.ll RoomMRS. nor
Death came unexpectedly butquietly NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: that was Court of the KIOTO. Judicial Clrt.lt ofFlorida I Dining
I, bdd.F W sate .
HIM Clunk Moat o-Ji rT hi and for 0- Chu-
to Edwin Lee Hook, 75, at and county Tax Cnlflo.t lto' loiss w eon. ta that MUM tt-r.ll toodlnkoror -. taws
11:30: p. m. Saturday when he succumbed sued the Itk dew of Aniwt A. D. l.... ) .4177, ......-. II....... C. Co-jor,
kit Mad M-J* I* mr 011.... ..4 W soda M'w --. to Pl.lnllff, and Iris,
,. to a cerebral hemorrhage PvllottlM tae a tu lime to W based Maven, =:and IL Boynton *<* ".I
which occurred after he had retired tWMii. fM CrtlffaMmbHUM.. Ik.ollowhif tor k..ta.A 'ro Dot_.... that wo ttoindroteiiod GUSSIE JOINER NORGEQAS
bed ( feMriM rr<"rl> !. the counts ooi-jlo.lo.... appointed kr, I
to for the His
night I
W DM-, SUM ml riorMtawMl KM Court In tin forMM "am M I1Mnbr ProprietorEat
daughters, Mr*. Willard M. Flfleld Lo...,. Black S. Corfera F.... IS I.". Md (._.... or law Mid RANGE
of Homestead at whose home he .ok.. tM Book ,. run M !. tk.r Court, lor .In deems doiod _t-oifc-r ink.IMT .
r _. at Dodo stem ml florid '
tko hmtrmfM dooribtd
to Mil property -
i was spending the summer, and Tk a..w.m.at of mid rrtr ..... will after for Ml and Mil M MOIK all you want-the
Miss Stella Hook of Miami were the MM Mrtlfrtt torn was to UM Mm suited to the kteho-1 bidder fee veer, ,

7 I with him at the end. I oft UmkMm.U.k** MM.t-rUftMt* tall k* ...Wj4oardliUI the Dodo ollowtitc Count*. ,dnirlkid......./. ....Und.It, bred price stays the same Redland Appliance '
I Mrs. Hook, en route home from to .... tko proporly fcoerfMUorrln Lou I. .. 1 add t of Block I of 1'1 '
will ko MM tko kMdorotMO .
M kblk-M CrM m Hofe.1- 8 ukdltMoil of
, a visit with a son In Michigan, did i C-iiHkOMM dose .. the lINt Moo > land _/., to a tint rotoroid III 50c l I' Hemesaeal. Florida
s not learn of her husband' death i.> I. the month ot Oetokor, IMT. ..hkab Plot took I ot Pan IT* of Uw r>.blttUooKM 75c $1.00
tko dill OM ot Gamble, JMT. l. tko offloo of tko clam of
I until she arrived Tuesday: morning. Voted thin. lot day of S-ptmWr. INT.B. the Circuit Court ft Dodo COU.... Iti N. xAft..
I Funeral service, held Wednesday a. LEATHUIMAN Fiend : I -
Clark. at ClnuH Court. wtlck.ropoH- will ko said pursuant to ,
Afternoon at a Miami funeral>gme, Dodo COMK-I; Florida lito pe.rmdins. In the ...... styled .ad
were conducted jointly by the Rev.E. liull Co H s"aor ....o-r-d same, of ortloo ood Mid drroool

I. Nelson, pastor of the First I N. ;*TERmcrr. :I. le. IT., o.i& MM Cowl ':"N'a: ,"T'11A1I..II Make old roof

Presbyterian Church of Homestead S. THOMPSON I your
and the Rev. C. N. Walker, O .
pastor of the First Baptist Church (= ,Y, OEO.Solicitor t MtCASKILL.Ao for Plaintiff..0-1 young

of Homestead. Burial wa In soot IT. U'I
Graceland Memorial Park at MI-

ami.Mr. I again
Hook had high blood pressure -

but had not been 111 recently.An :
employee of the Dade County I WHAT ISQUALITY 1
road department for IS years, he
worked up until a few days before|I
his death when work was halted !

by: county; force to allow the city; !



"" When you get seed that produce fancy fruit \TTHEN the sun bat burned the heart out of TOW roof-

I you have quality. W and the rains Lore soaked away Its) TttalltT al"e K

Weglre; i a coat of Carey Asbestos Fibre Coating and watch tt grow

,< the genuine For your protection we offer seed that are young again. So easy to apply lmply UN a bnuh.

'I tested and proven for adaptability and trueness LOW FINANCING COST

: EUGENE= Permanent to The Carey Finance Plan provides cay panneoff- low
'f. Mains waits-aabaad type.We I as tiJOO per month. No Down Pcmaaent-lfo Morlgag

Initial rwts-duCske now have a fine selection of fresh tomato 9 yean to pay Lei us explain this simple plan to ton

i II Models". _lee...: seeds-Burpee's, Stokes' and F. II. Wood I' without obligating 1'01111I the least"
fMI..... the kind we (IIW --*

I we.'-de'..genuine genuine Fygeas ZugloeVweiag. I I ,BROOKER LUMBER COMPANY

,1 .-...... Lit M "JiW year ruffs.Grantham : TELEPHONB M HOMESTEAD fLA.
kale tat the stssaa With Ban
'....! wnduliifoot'Bed lsin-

ing Lux sd.eeoks.gbj'

J Bush's Barber Shop Seed Store I a COATI

s k & Beauty Parlor I rilONK M

t 0ar Lave Brawn. Operater South Flarler Areas .._teaa. "... FIBRE COATINGiday



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Pacre Four THE LEADER :r-"TEnpnISlt Friday September 17. 1937 ,

J Will be made after Dee. 4. All I Geraldine Reitz Made :health" IrtMettal, cyotag, Junior
THE LEADER-E NTERPRISE CANNING CO-OP prior are donated by General 'citizenship, howlers work, jw,""".
Girl Scout Lieutenant ming and life saving.Edward .
tree is Company.
j ti r."shrt Fridays at Hoaae-
, Letter entered. in the $40,000 I
toad, rla.. br tilt Sent Dade
(Continued From Page One)
prize contest may contain 100 Mill Geraldine Relti was elected -
FvbUahiM c., I pointed out that the cannery had words or less. They mutt be lieutenant of the HomestealGirl StilingReal

. ., BEN ARCHER _._..._ Editor: already served a worthy' purposein written or typed on the official Seout troop Tuesday at the
MARJORIE LEACH ARCHER providing employment for many contest entry blanks which are en- first meeting of the season at the Estate ,
Associate Editor I who could not obtain work else- closed In the tree Information home ef the captain, Mrs. Frank General Insurance
when. At the peak of the US419 -
folders. There Is no limit on the Skitt. FLORIDA CITY FLA.
Inters M aeemd elMt. ram canning season the co-operative number of entries which may be Since 19 hive registered there Car. Pales Aft! and Av. B
Matter MMPh i, Isis, at ht reel employed as many as 100 pe..adaU made single
by I person. will be room for only two In
udtrUe double shifts The more
MM al li *Mttea4,Florida on pro
aet .f March 1. Ills duct of the cannery met ell state the troop, Mrs. Skill said and those 1
and federal requirements and was Dealers to View 1938 who apply later will have to be NEWTG.BALLNeUry ;
tCB. PRICE tttl A TEAR admittedly of tine quality. Buick Cars Next WeekThe put on the waiting list Girls who,
While re-financing will be necessary will be 10 years of age b1I't,1atra.1 rnblle '

the board believed that way complete 1938 line of hew Won day In May art eligible, she 1 1IIId. I naIINSU&A.NCE AVD 1
LIBRARYContinued and means could be found to resume Butcks will be viewed by dealers KINDRED LINES '
operations this winter perhaps next week, and public announcement The gtrh will work for badges) M N. Kremt Are. I
In a new location but still of them will be made sometime In the following projects: archery I
( From Page Ont) within the boundaries of the Red- In October, Preston B. Bird, --- 1

entrance opening upon a portico.. laud District With this object in local Buick and Pontiac dealer
view, the social welfare board wll said )
To the rear of the main library
be notified that the local cooperative -
1938 Pontiac can are expected -
which is divided Into adults'
has been Informed at various
to be in the hands of dealers -
children sections are the reference '
and times by ranking FERA officials by Oct 10, Mr. Bird said.
swum work storage room 7,000 tint the canning and all otherequlpn..nl ] "Buick has had an exceptionally : '
and II stock room In which Installed
be stacked and originally by successful ;year and is laying ambitious -
volume can away
he rEM belonged to the a *ocictlon plans for 1938", Mr. Bird
stored .soon M the project term- "
said 'Figures from the factory I tgo
the filing.Among Bated It is that this
hoped protest show that more than 220,000 can
other provision! In the against removal of the plant were delivered during the 1937
plans ate. men's and women's will lead to an amicable arrangement model year a gain of more than\ i
double toilets and lavatories,which whereby the association will
10 per cent over 19311,and t understand
will fill I wed for public conveniences retain the tanning plant and again that Increased schedules. art I I
which Homestead hat operate under normal trOp con. In effect for 1931.
been kicking Leading from the ditions for the benefit of the community "Locally, we have enjoyed one 1
sidewalk to the front entrance a and its certificated members. of the best volumes we have ever
distance of 40 feet, will be I tiled ,
experienced and I look for a good
walkway, centered by an ornamental Other directors and member Increase business next year." I
pool and lined by comfortable taking an active part in the discussion .
sod attractive benches on Wednesday night were Leo Bulletins Tell How

either side The benches will I:. Bishop, secretary, E. C Chron- To Lower Storm Damage
provide pleasant resting places tot I later, Thomas Baird and I. D 4.
visitors and outdoor readers, another Clapp, directors; and B. B. Pulled, Suggestions ;' building occupants .
facility that hat long been H. C. Gravel, S. F. Matthews and for reducing hurricane damage .,
needed here Mr. Parman tald.I'ucftust T. D. Fiche members. Directors and to contractors for preventing .!

of Increased bercentig absent for unavoidable reasons hurricane damage, are
of thu sponsor's contribution. were Fred Fuchs, E. A. Emus and contained In bulletins issued by
,.hlliltht city peat stand former B. R Swllle). I I the National Board of Fire Underwriters
plan which, Included 'an auditorium ---- and on hand In limited 190 V
and quarter for the agricultural quantity at the office of Newt a .
regent and horn demonstration HOMES GIVEN AS Ball Homestead Building it Loan
ircvtlngs, were abandoned.POSTOFFICE building.



(Continued *ton page tine) P
lined ,In a letter from Rep t. Mark Prime aggregating '..0.000.tII
Wilcox to Mayor Harrta. Mr. Wil- be distributed in a d'beIletter" I EGeneral

cox also comments on the selectionof contest now being sponsored in
Port Everglades for a federal this section of Florida by the Florida ':'
building and expresses doubt as Power and Light Co., according ;
to whether the existing fund can to an announcement made today -
be strained to Include a second by Roy Chandler focal man .

building this year. ager. Letters to be entered In the ,
The remarkable commercial contest will be on the subject,:
growth of the entire area served I "Why the Electrical Standard of I II
by the Homestead postofflc, as Living Appeals to Me" and must PRESTON B. BIRD '"
shown by the committee's brief,I comply with rules set down In free:
has compelled recognition in the information.... obtainable at I i Public Utilities
proper channels, Mr. Wilcox\ slat the power company offices and + MOTOR CO.
ed. It* cypresses hope that the from o-tnlEledr1c dealers.. I I
special post office treasury committee I First prize Is a new $11.000 II Heneatead mm $55MTurner'

} final authority the distribution home, second prize, a new 18,000 I 'Phone 1840t
I of the public buildings homo The remaining 10.000 Yo ill I
fund yet recognijt that aa be distributed In one hundred $200
may i
S. Krome Are. Hall
. emergency exists In this city and orders for electrical r : Funeral Home I Opposite Legion
I award more than one building In Ten Will be distributed
appuance"j tl-HR AMBULANCE SERVICE: I-
the fourth district If fund are ending Oct 2 and ten II
avallat In this event Homestead awarded every week Lady Attendant I

,, unquestionably the second through Dec 4. Announcement of,: Phone 564-R Homestead,Flo.ELECTRICAL .
choice Mr. Wilcox sahL j I the winners of.the two new home.. I!I Seedsand


i Supplies at

We have just received a shipment of fresh BRED-

RITE SEEDS as follows:' :
I .

0 "O.n T keI I ..;:;,-y. fAB'yOOfttV 10(1)'' "lM'::a;oft SQUASH
the electrital o1 yowl ,. .
way living appeals to BROCCOLI

:Ashes wild,'--'44 .. \ -. .
t a f eassaq r eIeoIrie eterioo 14yat.wewe.J'001. TOMATO .

STANI'ARI, sa .J"wriee" .* 4
I ,
y a

Fl LI V "I !I e.wrweonuM sucTmc ca _1 ; ; We are now carrying full tocks of

$121011-111111111211:111! :: !: .

I ..... .......t S I.Iler .IUICAI NOME I
__iwc, I and"ean take care of for quantities.
ec I ..... ..... ,. you any
eosnga..arar..M 1 PLUS N "'"' Mt. WIll mwCI..EI"! I I ,

.JI'y. -..-. ,0-01.=.6- .lttoba z. "'_t""h.tberifteruse flnt easiest Isceptei dabs L' The Kilgore Seed Co.

.--abarit sty brief of sstries.-, Phone 63

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September 17, 1937 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page FIB

e.--ln.Itw and sister, Mr. and Mn. with hit parents here, Mr. fortyth
Robert Atkinson tad attend Edison FLORIDA CITY wiU enter the aviation training

High School this year where Mrs, tI"". W. Sever Cese.paadeee askew at Opalocka.

In and Around she will be a Motor. _.__.... r.. v Mlat !AleDaem left Friday

( Dr. Murray Graves of Monroe
, Mr. and Mn. Casper WUllamind for Orlando after a visit of several
their two daughter, MINe La. arrived Wednesday to be with week with Mr. and Mn. J. W.
Homestead hit father John S. Groves, whosufmecs Miller.
Eleanor and Barbara returned
a fractured hip and
: from to
Pennsylvania Saturday
numerous cut and bruises Saturday Mitt MantMp left Sunday tor
spend the winter at their home in
when hit car left the road her home in Miami after a two-
Modello. on Coconut Palm drive and' week vlait at the home of Mr. and

Mtl J. Tom Venn and daugh- on the way north by Mia Elizabeth : Edmond Watkins who arrived hit a tree. Mr. Graves will Mn. W. C Rayburo
Alta and Katherine Skill who was on her tote Homestead t ; '
tILl, Misses way brought by paaaini
Sunday to visit hit brotherlnlaw ; several
J. A. Sevtry It spending
and her nephew Albert Tlmmona, University of Maryland at negro, and after X-ray picture
and titter. Mr. and Mn. T. B.Grantham. this week at the home of till
I day
left Wediwtdiy for TtUahatteew.ler Baltimore. and Jack Kopp who left Monday because of hid been made at the Pod Graduate Mr. tad
$ Mli* Alta will attend 'hi will attend the Webb School of W. hospital hi, was taken to hit ton and daughter-in-law
the Illness of his mother. Mn. W. of Miami.
for Womm. Naval Architecture In New York I Cohernour cared Mrs X. Sevtry
Florida Sate College : T. Watkins of Plant City. home. Mn. Tom -
John Fredrlcki tcccmptnied them uut year. ) for Mr. Graves until his ton tr- Edward Soling attended a
a. fur t*Oalnctf itit where he V t i Mr. and Mn. Marlowe Jacobten rived. luncheon meeting of the Greater
Misses Annabel and TeretiRedd I
student' at the University of l"- and ton, Marlowe, Jr., spent several I Miami Insurance Board at the
spent the week-end in Coral Mr. and Mn. Wm. McCullough
Ids During the Up! they will slop days in Qaineivllle last week (Continued on Page Seven)
Gables their uncle and aunt birth of
tt Albert Tinimr M home In T n- with announce the a teven-
Mr. and Mn. Chat. T. Fuchi, Jr. pound daughter in the Dade County
mont. I E. t. Dy l returned Sunday from
and their oauain Jane, hospital WednMday. Mra. Me-
Miss will tAke Pennsylvania where he hat ben Cullough la the former Mill trent II Now On Display!
Eleanor' HoUerty
I Garland Wynn It a director ot tor the past two or three week
raSuttt work: at William and athletics at Miami Edlton High He spent most of the summer In Rohrer.

Mary College. at Williamsburg Vt, School this year. Hi returned a Arkansas and North Carolina.Mr. Mr*. Johnny Becker and ton and The Lineal and Hoc Complete
till sear.Mr. week ago from Camp Cloudmont Mn Rudolph Mtttton were Monday -
-- at Mentone Ala, where he held a and Mr*. I I* Pace moved guests of Mr*. Wm. McCul- Llnerf
and Mn. Robert Lance announce bit week into the home formerly
similar position), lougfc in Redltnd.Mlat .
pie birth cf an eight-pound occupied by Mi?: and Mn Billy
I onTuciday ot tlm Past Graduate Mr. and Mn. Rents Fogto announce Cave, Clara Belle Stewart of MI- BottledGas
, hoij'tiL He hat been named the birth of a ton on Sun'' ami will spend the school year with
Robert Adolph ).'rs. Lance be* Cay at Miami. Mn regie It the Mr. and Mr*.L.A. Lancaster and her brother-in-law and titter, ),(r.
fore her marriage< vat Mill Alma former Mill Hazel Bevlt. (their two: children moved lost weekto and Mrs. Charles De Berry, and Equipment
aO l'IIIan. Miami where Mr Lancaster, an will attend Homestead High
Mr. and Beam and Immigration border patrol officer, SchooL South of Miami
liouglass Tower; returned to hit their daughter Miss Lois, and ton has been tranaferred.

horn yesterday from the Post; Whitney, returned Monday froma Richard Mattion left Monday for Investigate NATVUOL OAS
Graduate hospital where he fees summer vacation In the western Roy Walker and;; ton, Roy, Jr. Bateaburf, N. c., to Join hit sister
medical treatmcut arrived Wednesday night from Before Ten Buy Anywhere
beep receiving ttute Miss Infabort Mattton who It in
Battle Creek, Mich. for a visit With business there.
Mr. C H. fitcftanl underwent al Mr. and Mr*. Ivan Moeer and Mr. and Mr*. Cecil Walker of this
tonsil operation Saturday: at th daughter, Marjorie, and Mr. Mot- city and a trip to Key West before Billy rvnyth arrived Monday Virgil D.Lr...n N.KretM ave.II .

Put Graduate lx pltaLMt. ert mother, Mr*. Emma Mover, re going to Belle Glade to farm from Orlando. After a ehort visit
turned Friday night from a trip
tad MrTj L Lataltor anf to Shaw Mlw., Coodland Kant,'
:ottce the birth cf an eight-pound New Paris, Ind. Loultvllle and,
ton on Tuesday at the Post Graduate Colorado Spring II
The Rev. andi.i"; C. N. Walkers
Mr. and Mrt. W. l). Hllsabeck and daughter Mill Lola, left yesterday wttaa.
of MIami spent last week with Mr. for DeLand where Mia
anal Mrt. Luther Chandler ofMlucla'C5ndler
Goulds.Mrs. dl3lsarfii.

; hat re- expected back today.

tunfted to the home of her ton-in Mrt. C. D. taker and two tt her
lava and daughter, Mr. and Mr*. children. Evelyn! and Keith, art
Hugo Vlhlen, after a visit in North visiting relative In North Caro-
Carolina.Mr. lina. Miami's Newest, Most Modern
\ and Mr*.J. E. Oauzent, their Whitney Beam will leave tomorrow
daughter, Miss Marcia and sons, to r to DeLand when he Department Store Invites You to,

Joseph and Robert, have returned will be a freshman at Stetson University \

from spent Franklin the rammer, N.,C. where they "Share the Savings" in Our

Lake Davis Proctor, )'QunllOft
G A. Young wit taken home of Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Proctor U
Wednesday from the Dade County recovering from an attack of apendlelU. *

hoipilal medical where he treatment hat beta receiving *. DOLLAR DAY.

J, Raleigh Pope;Jr., broke hit
Mn J. It Brook left Mondayfor right arm Saturday when he fell
a one-week stay in New York off a bicycle at his home.
City and a visit with her parents, Wednesday Sept. 22
Mr. ind Mn. L O. Neal in North Mist Naomi Davis will stay In ,
Carolina. She wa accompanied Miami this winter with her broth-


Don't Risk ROOF LeakstRepair Hundreds of Smashing Values ,

In All Departments

Shop on Every One of



er Replace Old Roof "me ft me on mezzanine" .;. .

before bad ivcalhcr set In. NEW RESTAURANT In ear

BAD weather quickly locates the weak spots in and SODA FOUNTAIN

*. New leak develop and old one get

wone.Wit property owner refute to talcs\ chancel

--they have rltky roof put in good condition or

replaced before.., damage,occur FREE PARKING

When Hew roofs are heeded, we ears supply '." 55N.E.SECOND .
the right type of Carey Roll Roofing tt the I;",

right price Well gladly furnish a tree estimate '.. ,,, STREET
,-, .
on these time tested. roof I,'



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Page Six THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, September 17,1937 y

I'' I Social Events in South Dade 111

MRS. SHEFFIELD AGAIN' land, Mr*. J. W. Webster. Mr W. HOBSON: RE-ELECTED Mrs. Russell, Mrs. Tom Chapman, .4'
'slEADS LEGION: AUXILIARY K. Walton, Mn. G. R. Hall, Mn. The Calendar DEMONSTRATION CLUB HEAD r Mn. Mac C. Campbell, Mn. Llnd
Mr. Harold Sheffield WM re- H. E. Schaff, Mr Lee H. Lehman, -- .. Mn. R. L. Hobson was reelected gren, Mn. Hugo Vlhlen, Mrs. Mary ,.. ,
eiritfd presUnr.1 cf American Mn. C. a Steffanl, Mn. Ceo. Sept 20 Social meeting: of president of the Homestead Furry, Mrs. W. W. Bethea, Mn.
"r. i n Awx'>ry ore I Frick, Mr*. W. R. Bird Mr W. K.Rheney Junior Woman' Club at Davis Home Demonstration Club when It!Ole Petersen, Miss Rebecca Fish
Wodne1Nt.IF.U: it met toa Mn. Clarence Parman, mtaurant in Gqulds. met Thursday morning. Other er, Miss Lillian Johnson, Mill .
covered dish 'umlieon netting .ttli Mn. G.o.N. Wakef leld, Mn. Henry Opt 21 Meeting ot W. M. officers re-elected were: vice-pres- Margaret Daniels, Mill Oso C.
,* home of Miss Frank Rue. New Brooker, Jr.. Mr H. O. Thurman, S. C.clear.Sept. ident, Mn. Fred Suber; treasurer. Wright, Miss Myrtle Kerfoot, Mill
i.iiKen eh--t were he YI-_ Mr Frank Skill aitt Mrs Tom 21 Meeting-of Gleaners' Mn. G. M. Cooper; and council Shirley Harknesi, Miss: Murray,
Mrr hank, Schneider, Undaey. ClaM at home of Mrs. W. B. Cave, representative, Mrs. Geo. N. Wak.- W. M. Crowe, and J. Q. Caldwell. J"'i
'If (I the >-grant 1\1 arms, Mn.. S. '1'., at 3:30 o'clock. field. Mn. S. W. Bethea was made
L Kendrick. The other offelet'ted <* J. E. DAVIS IS SURPRISEDON Sept. 23 Meeting of Redland secretary.Mrs. JACK WEBB'S BIRTHDAY
ri vrerr secretary and 701II ANNIVERSARY Ladip Aid at home of Mn. Frank A. D. Smith and Mn. R. IS CELEBRATED AT PARTY ;
treasurer, Mr* Frank Rue; chap- J. E. Davis was pleasantly! surprised II IISUilman. E. Edwards were awarded dress Mrs. Tom Harris gave a birthday '
lain MM. H.JI. Ewing; and his- on his seventieth birthday Sept. 23 Meeting of Senior material for being the best hostesses party Wednesday afternoon
nrian Mil. W. E. Rheney. Mii.rtank anniversary Friday evening when League Union of Homestead. Methodist during the year. in celebration of the eleventh birthday 1'
Schneldiv presided In the Mn. Davis assisted by Mn. J. E. Church. I Mrs. Suber gave a report of the anniversary of Jack Webb,
absence of the president The Close gave a party In his honor. Sept 23 Meeting of Dorcas state meeting July at -Ttllarmee. *- son of T. B. Webb. '
nominating .Committee: was made After aerie of game on the big Claw at home of Mrs. J:. L. Law- The work for the coming After the gift hed been opened 11
i-i, of Mr. Win. J. keronlroo. : tn. screened porch cheese sandwiches rence. I year was outlined by Miss EuniceGrady I I and games had been played on the) J
Kendrick and V-a, Rue. and limeade were served. Sept 24 Special meeting of county home demonstration: lawn Jack blew out the candleson :
Mr*. A. 1.. t..I elt of Coo.nut The guest Included: Mr. anJ Young People' Service League at agent a big pink birthday cake and
Grove tlftn "'+'r' -t vlce-pru'dcnt Mn. J. A. McNlell, Mr. and Mis.D. home of the Rev. Milton B. Sack- i I the cake and ice cream were serv J
will be heir Ort II to Install the L. Bowen, the Rev. and M... ett REDLAND ,.-r.-A. BENEFIT ed. j
new officer J J. Richards, Mr. and Mrs. Ceo..Itnson Sept 24 Areme Club meetingIn rARTY TO BE GIVEN SEPT. III Eleven boys were present: Jack './
Present were: Uri Fred Redd, : Mr and Mrs. S. J. Davis' hall. I The Redland P.-T. A. will givea and Tom Webb, Howard Kirby
)1'i s. Geo. W "rurrH.r, Jr. Mn. Mr. and Mn. J. D. Redd, Mr. and Sept 27 -' B. "'. W. C. bufiet benefit card party Sept 22 at Q. Lowe, Frank Hausman, How. j
Alma Lott, vh her; 14", I.'), Mn. Close and Misses Either and supper| In Legion' hall at 6.45.: 'the home of Mra. Cha. Elctum-: ,rd Lamb, Warren Morris, Preston '
Mn. Sch.Miler, Mn. Kendrlck. Helen Livingston Sept 28 Meeting of Young : berger. Mn. ,.. M. Brown, Mr*: Bird, Jr., Billy Hutchinson, 1
Mn. Ewing, \ /.. Geronimo, and Matrons' W. M. S. circle at homeof i W. H. Russell end Mrs. Elchf n- Sonny Peten and Tommy Harris, '.
Mrs. Rheney. CHOIR HONORS MRS. McNEILL Mrs. Augustus Wynn. berger will be hostesses.
I -- AND MRS. IVAN MOSER Sept 29 Meeting of county I Mn Carl Llndgren, Mn. Carl SACRED HEART CLUB TO t
COLLEGE: GIRLS GiVe The young people' choir Homed I P.-T. A. council Redland school: Wagner and Miss Ruth Murraywere '' GIVE CARD PARTY TONIGHT j
I FAREWELL PARTY Flnt Method Church of Sept. 28.Sept hostesses at this week' partyat 'j' A bnefit card party to be given
Mite Helen West and Mini VIr- steed and the leader Mr J. E. 30 Redland community J i Miss Murr.,'* home in Prince- by the Sacred Heart Club tonight
ginia Frick were hostesses at a Close, gave a surprise party at the upper. ton. Mrs. Frank Belt and D. E.Baihor .' was planned Wednesday meetw
swimming party at the municipals, home of Mn. J. A. McNelll Tue*. Oct 1 Meeting of Woman' I won the h'ah score prizes :n Ing of the club In Its clubhouse :
pool Monday night, and later day evening for their pianist, Mn Auxiliary of St John's Episcopal contract bridge, and Mr. and Mn. Mr*. Cha Pope, acting president,
served sandwiches and punch at Ivan Moser who ha been awayon Church at I o'clock at home of Mra. I Howard Lamb,the low score prize will be In charge of the party. A*
Miss Weit'f home on N. W. Fifths 1 a vacation, and for Mn. Mc Lee H. Lehman. High score prize In auction bridge I usual prize will be awarded and
!reeL Neil who has been substituting as Oct 1 Eastern Star meeting were won by Mrs. Charles Eichen- refreshments will be served.
Dancing at the Country Club Oct 5 Homestead P.-T. A. berger and Carl Wagner and low jI
; pianist during her absence. Both I Present at the meeting were ,
was enjoyed later In the evening.I received gifts. I executive committee meeting In score prize, by Mn. W. H. Russell Mrs. L. C. Smith, the hostess, Mn.Cha '
Those Invited were: Misses Iva Indoor games and muiical contests clinic room at 10 o'clock. and Charles Eichenberger. One *. Topplno. Mrs. A. DINatale,
and Nina Dyal, Miss Annie' Mae provided entertainmentPunch Oct I Redland P.-T. A. meetIng table of monopoly wa played. I Mn. Mary Walker, Mrs. Geo. Bar-
booth, Mlu Alice Penny, Miss and cookie were served. at I p. m.; executive meetingat ,I The hostesses served sandwichesand cus Mn. Geo. L. Swan, Mn. Frank
Vara: Parker, Miss Betty Bowen, Those present were: Mn. Close, 3 p. m. coffee. Panno, Mrs. Sylvia Atkins, Mrs. ;
Miss Alta Webster, Mia Nina Mn. McNelll Mn. Moser, Mine Oct. 15 Homestead P.-T. A. Those present were: Mr. and Ferris Mlnnerly, Mrs. W. D. Roberta :
Pearl Buah, Miss Marcia Gauxens, Betty and Jamie Richards, Miss reception for teacher Mrs. Wagner, Mr. and Mn. A. C. Mn. Don Ferreyra, Mrs. Pope. .',
Misses Miry Dana and Betty Antlonett Move, Mia Nella Sauls, Albright, Mr. and Mn. J. L. Mur- and. Mist Ela Mozarlna.I .
Brown, Mill Mary Frances Arthur,I Mill Mary Bell Glbbs, Miss Martha .. n. P. w. c. JOINSHTERNATIONAL ray, Mr. and Mrs Robert Bell]
Mill Jan Keely Miss Hazel Pen. Close, Miss Mary McNelll, : BODY Mr. and Mn. Belts, Mr. and Mn. I For results use Leader-
nlngton, Ed and Bobby Vrana I Miss Effle Booth and Miss Mai The Homestead B. P. W. C. voted Lamb, Mr. and Mrs. Basher; Mr. '
Pierre McDanlel, John Walton, Jorie Moser, / Menda/ evening to take a membership and Mrs. Eichenberger, Mr and Enterprise Classified Ads
John Fredrlcks, Roy Woods, Mar in the International Federation .
vin Pritchard, Robert and Joe YOUNG PEOPLE'S UNION of Business and Profession.
Causerie, Harold Vrana, Dukes HAS SWIMMING PARTY Hi Women's Club which ha e
Weal Howard West, Carl Deden The Redland District Young membership In twenty-five coun SHEAFFER
and Emory Dearln,. People's Union had a swimming tile PENS & PENCILS
Mia West left for South Georgia party at the municipal pool Wednesday It voted also to co-operate In tv! .\
College at Douglas Ga., Wednesday evening. effort to get a government pmt s
and Mill Frick will leave Those present were: Miss Kathryn office building for Homestead, an)
for Stetson University at DeLard Cast, Mil Martha Close, Miss Inters to be sent were drafted at
Sunday I Mary Bradley, Miss Phyllis Par- the imttlng. Mrs. C. W. McEwenwas : e Note Book Paper
man, Mill Ethel Roberta, Miss admitted to membership In the Tablets
MRS. FRANK WEBB I Jeanne Parmin, Mill Ruth Tower club.
CfVES BRIDGE PARTY Mill Naomi Kufeldt, Miss France '!'aRs, for a buffet upper on Construction Paper .
Mr*. Elizabeth Fuch won the I Lott, Miss Christine Hughes, Mils September 27 will be completedat Note Books
tint prize at a bridle party given' I Margaret Molnlin. MU Elizabeth a special meeting of all men-
b> Mrs Frank Webb at S o'clock I Halnlin, Miss Alice Penney, Gar- ben which will be held In the Art Paper
Friday afternoon at her home. land Wynn, Kerm't Clbbs, Robert Lrador-EnterpriM: building Monday -
Mn Bevo Webb got the second Cauzens, Fred Borgardt Fred Vlh- rightCOCNTY:
prize; Mr. Landon Carney, the len, Virgil Grennell and Charles
low score prize: and Mn. E. J. Little. P.-T. A. COUNCIL I"otradorsCompass
Dyal, the draw prUe. TO MEET IN BEDLAND
Th. others present were: Mn. I All members of the Woman'sClub The Dade County Council of
T J. Faust Mn. H. P. McDaniel, of the Redland Dividers
are asked
by I Parents and Teachers will meet In .
Mn. Ruth Scott, Mn. Lawrence the tcretary: Mn Seymour Dane t the Rodland school on Transparent
Becker, Mra J. R. Brook, Mn.[to be present at Tuesday's meet-j A chicken pie
Frank Hausman, Mrs. J. R. Rut Ing. served in the WednesdaY'j Newest type note book Mending TapeSheaffer's
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Hundreds of specially! priced items in this store-wide annual event. "Shop
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Friday September 17, 1937 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pap SevtIL

___m..... .. 1 to the Silverman property on Ute t ,


'..........--... ,......-............................. ,: Ervin Graham and four children ;.
of Miami were recent guests of Mr. ,
4 i .
JS MRS HONORED AT SHOWER I I and Mrs Wm. Brooks Ii j COCONUT GRove RATE: First insertion 104 tine; subsequent insertions I

' Mr*. James Roberts Jr., WM i A family re ;k'u>> held Sunday -:' I Shows T and B. m.: Adm. IM IIf a line Ii

.\ honored it a miscellaneous shower I i at the home of Mr. and Mrs. | Matinee Saturday and Bandar -- -- -- -

;'' by Mrs. Russell Walker and Brooks. Those tta t. I SALE .
given Wm. present p. m. FOR RENT FOR Good metal, int**

',.,;; Mrs Alee Lanier at M.... Lanier' I were: Mr. and Mrs. Alva N.wi i; j 1 1I lock shingles $< a square. Good

j borne Friday afternoon. The I comer of Miami and their five ; Saw Man* Tnr*. I FOR RENT 3H acres scarified L A H electric range $10. G. R.

fins were presented to Mrs. Rob. I children; Mr. and Mrs. John B.. Sept I*. ,.. IIIt's .land, Close In. "' 0.00. West Cab- I Oldendorfe Plumbing Shop. .

} erti in I white and blue basket Cook and six children; Mrs. Ruth LookUagh BailJANE I Inet Shop Homestead FIR j jan (al0..24

'1. Hiss Ernestine Smith won the I I Morton of Miami and her three I, Year ( oil \

i \ prIM In an advertising contest ,children; and George and Eric ; :4-ROOM HOUSE and lot, out ot
i iBrooks !
'f which was part of the afternoon'sprogram. i WITHERS Furnished apart town. $300.00 cash. H. A. C nv

rs I II' la I ment $15 monthly Mrs. C. a,1 cron ()all tt)

| Blggers. slit!) _
I'r A frozen salad course with sal NARANJA } i 20 ACRES, of which S acres are J

\h J tines and Iced tea was served by I I Leroy Jackson CerrespeadeBit I Ii FOR RENT 3 apartments, clean glad, balance pint land. About

j.' the hostesses assisted by Miss Marguerite ; Angel's Holiday I I well furnished. Two have elec1 \ ITS neglected trees.-grapefruit,

' Wollam, Mill Vslera Fitch i Miss Lucille Driggers came down 1 trie stoves and electric ice boxes,, oranges and tangerlnea-can be

' and Miss Elizabeth Home. II from Miami to spend Sunday with i I Ion. has ordinary ice box and I reclaimed. 1150. Can make
I I II 1
,: Those present were: Mrs. Win I i her parents, Mr. and Mrs G. W.*, War !. ChlB electric Stove. One apartment some terms.

B. Caves, Jr.. Mrs. J. Paul Reynolds i Driggers.H. I Pests of lIST !. March .. Time I has large screened porch. Very' these 71 II A. CAMERON
reasonable rent Concession to
Mrs. Johnny Walker Mrs :I
y H. Graham left Saturday lor { I II FOR SALE
Russell Home, Mrs. Dexter Horne, I II yearly tenants. Yearly tenants Tropical plants, clt-
J the University of Florida at' 1 preferred. Good location, 2 miles rue trees and tropical fruit Sa
Mrs. Russell Anderson, Mrs. How. I Wed, Than, Sept. It U
.i Gainesville. i iI j directly north of Homestead on I season. Jungle Grove Redlanil
ard Lamb Mrs. Hunter Hardin. |
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"LET THEM LIVE"with < Federal highway, corner Bis road and Plummer drive.
Mrs. A. E. Smith Mrs. Alvin Sim- ,i Mrs. R. L. Cavender was called Nan Gray drive. !
cayne Apply
i coons, Mrs S. H. Fitch Mrs. Aufustus I to Jacksonville Friday because of, 1 owner FOR SALE! Clean second-hand
I II Mrs. Eva Collins at above ad. I
Wynn Mrs. Wilbur Reed, the Illness of a relative. | toilet Its tank and two-Inch
Mr*. Leo Bishop, Mrs. Ed Vaughn, : Fri, Sat, Sept. It, IS i!i dress. I connection to bowl, and the solid

.J Mrs. Charles Martin Mrs. J. D. I Mr. and Mrs. Besh-d of Miami JANE DAEWELLIB FOR RENT 10 acres scarified I'' brass Automatic fittings Inside.

; Perkins, Mrs. Charles Baker Mrs i and daughter, Jenle have moved land. $1} an acre. J. L. $7; next week $8. Worth $12. lea

Charles Hodges of Miami, Mrs :I Into K. K. Horton's house for the : "LAVGIINO AT TROUBLE Ntranja. or hot food; Jug, 75c (new $1.13)

I "Ceo Oann, Mrs. Pete Morgan, ,I winter. i Big nearly new potato digger,

Miss Inex Bevls, Miss Fitch Miss!, ;POTATO LAND 10 HlllOn'l 8:1e.: Sage Grove E. Kings high
'j Those enjoying a fishing trip { Soil J 4 ft
depth. ft to $
Home. Miss Wollam Miss Smith I ,
towHlWl I
| Saturday on the boat of G. W .Road In Dado County.
Mrs. Roberts and the hostesses. : oT NWH of 8f..A. NW'4SWH of j acre. H. A. Cameron. _
j I Moody and A. D. logic were Mr of BEfi: Bortlon IT. Towaohlp StSooth. I R. L RED FR\'ERS-Llve or are_

Gifts were'received' from: : M..I I I' Moody, Mr Fogle and his son,I Mora Rain ar W koa Ea: In.V Uw Mnuhilnc Coontr of MAerat 10 ACRES pine land 1180 feet frontj ed. Free deliver In city Phone

A. E. tamp, Mrs. William .,' George, and A. D. Kiel Dada, BUM of Florida.Th j I age on south tide Epmore drive 833-M. McEwen Poultry Plant
y Michael, Mrs. Mollie Thomas Mrs I --n, ..f said proporty ..d* adjoining Seaboard railway; $ ol

P. J. Franklin Mrs. Robert Glenn, I Mrs. VlrginiTMoody Is making of the V.k Mid_Ortlflcat based waa I.M nanMUaMoaaald per acre. H. A. Cameron.

Jr., Mrs. Herman Marx Mrs. W. I her home for a while with Mr. and Certificate shall W niiimriaotordlnt I stead, Phone Tl ( FOUND
I, to law Ul >o4 will ban them Hom"l
Mrs. Walter Moody.
H. Sheffield Miss Annie Hartley, A. n
I on aa the read tmt of Sapuaibar. : FOUND-1032 Redland class
Hiss Eva Lee Bellinger, Miss Vera : : FOR RENT: 10 acres ring.
Delk Miss Lillian Swllley and Miss John B. Graham; and LeRoy lliud; this inch dar at A....... A. D. I land $10 per acre Also, Identify and pay for ad. Mn. It'
Jackson enjoyed a day of surfboarding "". E. Edwards Homestead Fla
Lucille Bevls. I:. V. LEATHERN AN. 30 arcres, scarified $10 per I ,
Tuesday behind G. W.Moody' dork at circuit Coart I acre, CASH. H. A. Cameron. oat)
I the Buck Eye.of Onda Conntr. FlorldiC. j _
boat -JT
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JOHNNIE NELL KEITT I The Florida.assessment of Mid proMrt viukrtM I I ( SO. S1I ...... s. U.MoritB 111 I HOUSE FOR RENT or tale:"J i

Johnnie Nell Keitt was given a' amid wrtlfloM bound was I* UM elms '' or APPLICATION FOR TAX : rooms and modern bathroom. TUNING tenet "Dalrill"

birthday party Saturday afternoon oft Unknown.UnloM ...... MfilfkaM ...... to fxlcmM I DEED Running water, 2 screened I Good used piano for sale cheap

: fcy her mother. Mrs. Alice Keitt I _I.. to I... tm property dmab.dthr.la l NOTICE IB HKKKBY 1M7I-S GIVEN: THAT I porches. Newly painted inside W. E. Koon. 113 N. W. 3rd St I ,
.'. will M said M the hliheot biddy atUK .. bolder aaiteiMMat and out Garage fruit trees.
aa ,
The house was decorated with Cmrt-hauM toot on the tint MondarIn I Victoria N. CoD ''''

JOral vine and green jasmine Out.I tk* month of Motor.. INT. which U c.uo Soatkarn nanborod 11..1.104.. and Dlotrh 1_Tai. daud Cortlfl tkaHk Couple only. W. W. Severy care, SITUATION WANTED

door games were played. tad dike dar this of reek Ortohor*>r of I'M.Pau4 Aorurt.. I'I'. I II day of Asu.b A. D. '",. ban.flkdaald .-i of Redd's Dry Cleaners, lIomt.I
and key
Eight pink candles white :. B, LEATHEIIWAN. appUeatkM Cortirtoawa for you In *dead> office ta homes sorriest InMoordaaoa I stead. 1 WANTED Steady work as mild
I:1o Clark. of Circuit Ourt. '
birthday cake were br I Dad Count Florida ( with law. Bald C"Oflest..iebrae" or nurse for children. Good
does ib.d oroomtir.lltualod .I'
Johnnie Nell cake BM I the followln .. FOR SALEFOR laundress plain cooking. Lelia
and the w.al, Circuit Court ITERRE1'F. O.Am. In Dada ConnUr. Florida, < < ,
served with punch and cookies by' By M. C.. IT a..to a. 10. It, Tnwt '. bird Road 1'._ Flat Bonk 7.'' Hudson 7th house south of nt...
( I Pan* 19. _..,. .* t.S Aoroa nor* or laaa CHEAP
Mrs Keitt assisted Mrs. Alfred I SALE Practically nit Mills' store, coloredtown.WANTED .
by In tad OOD." of Dodo. state. of Florida aaaibnood :
Tomerlin. KOTICB Of APPLICATION FOR TAX I* Cortlflral No l4 Tk I new 3-burner Florence oil
DBED: I' s.r..m.nt of aaM Properly under the aaldCorttrloau and Mrs. T. C. Sei-
stove oven.
(Sonata Rill No. Ill
Later a matinee was enjoyed.The boned Sao In the nanM of Un
NOTICE 18 HERESY GIVEN that Man fert, 27 N. W. 4th St, Homestead.
guests were: Cretze Mary I clots I. Ba_. holder' .l tu.... and Coiintir ""sS'" .0 NW". W% of OWN ll.8, shade
S17-24) WANTED Large tree*.
Ja and Marjory Sue Terburg. I Tan Certificate No. a.II" loved she.lot'' of '11:14: of JIIWI4' I. 5..tl.. II. ,_...
day at Atwuot. A. D. 1917 hM filed sit 14 South. Ranaa 4< Eaol oontalaln* C. :. Parman Homestead, Flo.
Frances and Jeanny Foster, Helen In ofJIco.. and .has aiad. application, IW ARM Move or loot In tad Cane ofMd. MISSIONARY STRAWBERRYplants I (117)
to.Tdood ta !* bond .h_.. Sold CoW ad taOrrtlflnW
of <
and Ruth Elsie RebekaiVlckers
Tomerlin hundred. H. M.
WlowlnadoMrlhod .ricLo"- 40. a
air.... mbrtola the No 100* of
Alfred Tomerlin and!' property la the County ot Dot.... BUM of Mid proportr sneer the MM Cwtlfleat Lyon Longview road :1 ml. west WANTED One male police pup

Lewis Vickers. riorlda. towlllLot Edmwa, anor.Plat I mod wa* in the ...... of 11.5'... 100'' and 2 ml. south of Homeitead. not over 6 Imo old. Box R 118,
Nicely t.
US, v.... MM Cortllc.t kall ka! r.4.
.r........--..-'---.nr... Book I*. Pass .... In ..*. County .d according to law, ix dood :'I'I: I (111-0211) I Leader-Enterprise. (an- l)
til 11II.... stated KlorHa, Uwroon 01 the ilnd dar of #. '
. FLORIDA CITY ; The aaiaiaiiiont of old proptrty onaVrUw I 0.1 FOR SALE Fordson tractor WILL BUY lime grove of 10 to 40
............... Mid I certificate bauod WM In this nan D'J. this IStk dQ ot Aiurorl. A.
-----1 Unknown. itlf. good running condition. Price acres or land suitable for ..,me.

(Continued Front Page Five) I I'"v.... saw to .law...11100., the.property shall ka MoomWlotordlm d.ab.dhecein J:. B Clock LCATHERHAN of Clreort Court.I I reasonable. M. S. Studstill Fluffier I' Box W, Leader-Entm"prl. .,

Seven Seas restaurant in Miami, will !k. said to the klKhoat kMdorIt Dnda Count. rtarlddClnutt ave. It N. E. 2nd st s3-17) (psIO- I)
:Wednesday. tad Court-koUM door on tko tint Hoik coast Hoal -
J tar in tk> 4th darpt Octokrr. fA::. 50. 1171 =Til'lfilN01'I'S knit .....*. apo tile tuUmrin d.ff4W -
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Warren and] thf tnl* M lr "< lljt.Dated ...... tMT.Jl .. Property. to-Witt to "look after our magazine subscription -
I'. Inclusive. 01
Late 11 to I
R. LEATHERMAN.Clerk or APPLICATION FOR TAX "IOU Interests In Home, lead
daughter, Jerrydean and Mr.. of Clrault Court liKED LlBIr.ItTY CITY a oukdInNlnn
Naomi I Dad cell".I .... ........... /II.... Bill No. lal A 5105NOTICE Cot..... 1'.1d.. .nnrdlna t. Plat. and vicinity. Our plan ?!nnt>lcs
Davis moved Saturday i HEREBY GIVEN thai On. I........ ...-.... .In Plot Stmt ,. at
goal !: IH i
Court }
from the Free Methodist parsonage I lip N c gTt-g.KTt. I). c. ....... Williams, knlilor of BUM and Cattail your 11. of the 1'.10110 Kameda of Dade you to secure a good part of hundreds )
(Smt. .. IB, 17, 14). Tan Corttttcato No. 4..l| louts the. lot r"u.l\I. .'I ri..., cf dolL'''. spent In (his
dar "* Aivnn. A. D. INT. ka. fI'.1 ...... M tad propvrt of tad abov namrd dofondant. vicinity each fall and winter for
TAX I. oftfc. and kaa aiido ...''''_ fur DISH AMUSEMENT COMPANY
j FOR air
LEGAL NOTICES : NOTICE OF APPLICATION a tat died to a* Houod thorooa. Sold CarUfkat a corporation I and that on ...wlt. tad MIN magaimes.: Oldest agency in U.
A. J). IMT. hotwoan tad
I _b_ Get following drowlkodroaortr dar of October .R. Guaranteed lowest rate on
IM7I Intent bean of Mia. nanwlr. .knra ......k
I the Cookie of Dada, BtaU of'
NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOB TAXI I NOTICE!: II HEREBY GIVEN THAT ( to-wlti* la the 1 semen and two .'_h In the all periodicals, domestic "nd
DEED Vktarla N. Co.wlnu.. h.lder lID "den.d Florida i _. Mid da the dandy FroatDor
i '- > at
Drain District Tax c.r..lfIoa. Lot! I*. II a '1. Block IS, Amd.Plat foreign. Instructions and equiptnrnt -
( A 1114 In.Mrn _. la Dad.County
( MM Bill No. IU of tie Court H Miami
NOTICE IS HEREBY CAN that 5) .. Numbered 1&1. dowel tIM site day ofAssume. of eitaaboth fark Plot Book 4. I i Florida, I will offr for Ml andMil free. Start II growing: md
Raw Oor'"I. Pu led, la tk* Owner of Dad. State
.. A. D 1900, but flied
D. Ia. koMor of state and County TOrlHtaaw ., publl eaten M the ktatioat and '
No. 1IWT hward tad Isis dar!I .,* n my offers, and bn mad. .In I: I of Tk Florid.. of amid property .....,:! aart biddy lot Mok. la hood pawn thalxnra > rermanent business In wht, or
of July, A. D. ttM, kM IM MUM ta my.If1. lice fM Mi dome M"a nun -..... proportr na the roartr spare time. Address MOGI'tCOnRELL. :-
.. .. will law. Mid Certificate e.- I Mid .wtlfl.te bow wa. la tho ama, .... I
and kaa awd application for a tax :; of the Mid dofndau M Ml"f low
died to b* baord 51.r..,. BaM Certificate = the following d..ribd property.NO Uokaowa.UahM ko ndoonvdjaerardln Klan Inc. Wayt m.ob.em the 1.5w.g domiciled I MM Mrtlfkt the shelf tfowrlhodUiorolK .1I n. a COI.EKAN.u I Rood, North Cohocton. M. Y I
I. VarUiSW to law protects ... FlnrMa.n .
the Countaf hie, SUM af Dkorlrr' Dad Co ,
will k aotd to lao bMb.ot blade
lo-wit' I r. HOLLY, U..ut. Shorlf.
I II 61'.0.
Court beus. door tk fINt Mm. WANTED white
WONotA at she on Young wornnn,
< of .....
'.....klp U _.h. Ran** It Eon aoa.t I WE fiLL THE I I dar .. she nMnth of Ortokor. IMT. watch'. AUMWT for PI.I...". I experienced cook for restaurant

Canner..l.l.. of It Dot.Amt... BUM MOM af or Florid MM.. I. see EGG BASKET w It Data she 4th this dar lot of. day October ol R-ramil.r IMT. g7.', (...... S. H. If. .4.I Pot. I) Box 141. Florida City. ISIS)

of Clmilt Omrt.Pad i holwerand
DM Mid onlftoM Mod was In MM amt HurUa.! DKRD WANTED Listings of

of.Unisys John .w....agn.M....uf hat. akall WM sedans. 'i EGG MASH I&.| Coantr ,' NOTICE U RLRENT GIVEN: THAT I apartments for rent HenryBehrens

aomdtna- law th* anmrto doarlb.d'' N. c. STERRETT. :.. I7.D.HI C.isert. mama M. ,....... koklor aa aMlcnM of BcnJ. JV, Morris. N. !
tkrrol will b. MM oat I la. .... District Tat l wttfl-1
to the karhoat kMdm I g U Dnlnan Krome ave., north of 10-cent(
use Cowt-kooM door .. Numkond "'. Mild the Ilk dar ot
M the tint M 1 mete
day In the Hontk of Ootokor. INI, .h IN TUB CIVIL rornTor FIAkinA.RBTORD No' laMl.NOTICE or., A_.., A. U In_. h. flUd MM Cortlft.raM store; phone 84. ("8-U) j
the out dar \f OrtoWr. IMT. ta cote 01'.... now kM Man* arplteatiM
Data thk lot dar of a>........... IMT.E. ..1 ttf SHERIFF'S BALCMARTYN INC.. for .... od *o low IWraon to aooordanMwHk
a. LEATHCRMAN.of COMPANY law said CM\1f.... anikmaM th*
of Cltwrit C ort.KOTICB FOR MORE EGGS a oorvoratlo. PUIWlff. M. DIXIE: followtn dMrrlbod --"' ......... .. Buy a Home
DM c...... AND HEALTHIER HENS AMUSEMENT!: COMPANY a aarnwralloa.Drfondaot. Dade ...,. PtwtAa. towillSVi
Claret cart 5.0 at 5WItettWu loorhm IS.Tnrnahlp Land I'
BIt M. O V. feed the famous FXJL-O-PEF _a- NOTICE IS WRIEST: GIVEN hot L i It toMk. lU.rt* 4* Red Buy Grove
Iiepe a, .Ir1.Di. meal baM mashes Bcewrdlat U tII.J'tL.Ol'Er B. C COLEMAN aa abaft *f Dad aatalalo* S. 11.0 w> mow .. boo k
I Ooa..... Florida under and kr *vto* of a .. .. Ftorlda.tko Buy Glade LandIt
at a.
Oatmeal to thehtfkMt the Cooper
slaw writ of ._ot.... koratofor hawks ml oftka I ,
or Ar;j;;;TIOM FOR TAXI| digestible term *f grails ahoo* ._ Cawit aawa use **.*., Tbe Mid a..m.t OrttrtaM at bawd.w wn p.par ta ta*tide es.. Is mr flrn belief that .Ic" ,

(a** ** mm ".. iw A axle MM! ISHere reeling than corks er most entered is lite abase MrW ml IntovrHp _kIt C...,.. i er prices are IramhuatD
NCfflCB W HEREBY GIVEN THAT wheat product Raking It deal far \, v.... MM ConlflraM okall W ........ t
fertmdo WUllaan. huldor of .... the FREE ,i aoaordti to law, Ma *.d will taw than.MI .Bt nibble .he.t price.Dat .
Coasts Tat c.w..... *.. IMT lk.u Laid th. warm ellmatea. Ask for Book.fU' I J. T. TOMERLIN .. she mind dar at ...<...>.... A. D. wait \
Srd day .f Aarrat A. D. lay. ... f1lo4MOM rtL-O-rtP:: Paltry IISI. '
TRANSFER > noted th. IStk dav at A..... A. D. BVW.
m m, ofllaa. mad kM awd* ...1....
two for a Name d-d .* aa Lewd tWM... Sal I Ta.Tl thank me f er tills rag- i
.O.PEp Shavings LU11lPRIlAM.I
We a
FrelthL Dirt
BaM Carttftoat '_1>__ th* foUuwtn.l beset
I Clark *f ClrraM Oort.PaJa leatlou I few months \
d rfl.d proaony III wa Covers t D..i>, CCESSOR mac. HURPBTetc.
CUM of rtarVM awkI Hauled CoaMr, Florida
Low ( M .. Stock IS. A>. ..... I Distributed by HetMstead II Circuit c..ot M: H. .\. Cameron
I1S-K C.
Pork. Can N. C. ITPIIIU1. D. ..-. -
=:: S.Mn. Plait Back 4. I,.JI.ECOLSUr.EL1{ .co. I .1 "fA.,.'Ft. JT: Oa".. i.. m

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Pare EteH TEE LFADER- ENTERPRISE Friday. September 17. 193'l t,;


MRS. BATE tr-EUECTTD ,,-- Oeo MazkM-aad U1Ii & Dressed .'
!. KCDLA.VD CLCB nCSIDEXTMr Chubb, rranoe* ...,... Howar*I Sanborn Cut-up ;
\ *. Seymour HUM waa nhrted Cktttflft GMtfA HWeWSfr* JUBMffChubb
I .. president of UM RedJand: WObwr Prcftaa WaOwa
t Horn Demotttntioa dub it the I Ij Hutted and Manta FbynrTbe F ryers .
j .nrtul neettnf held yesterday afternoon imna waa fallowed by ahandkerdtief C o ffi ee "
Mn. Z. A. Carter ww rectd tbower for tin.
> tcee ide.t, *nd .1 Sinter and WIll CSmbb to boner Ib.
1 Cctene Tuntr ___. Mr, of thet birthday. I
( J. D 4TTM8IC h UM new attrtUrr, 35c "
lir& OM. trtr. die tUtittteal **ey. SILYCK PAUl W. M. K. Z4c
1 ...... aa 1 Utfc E. P VUtwortk, HA* AIL DAT MirmO I ,
1M COU dt "... _talh'e.JoIn. The Saver Palm W M. S net Gr GiantPEAS
Dma rod Mr Wynne Thunday altetnaoa at the boma atMr PILLSBURY n
five a r-vort if thr Woman'* latttut *. R. W Protharo. Mn. E. PWhrtwortb :
o at T.i.j: hant and Mu* who I*proving herrU a Flour 20lb.bag 95c I
: Eunlet Crady tit" o* die work capable teader In Bible study directed Ig.ean.n.l6e
plamd for tttt new year tl>a moralBC work.Luncbeoa
Mr*. Yym, uid Mn. Lair n- waa followed by a social LIBBY'S .
i.ritd <- owterfal as a reward hour and a period devoted t* FIG BARS '
tor btias tha U t hocteowi durio I OII idJ.
IrA put year. MILK 3 tall cans ZOC 2 Ibs. ...._ 25c
;. MB*. CCO. UXCIK CITES TO MEET WEEKLT i t Southern Lady ]j
nsii nr IN rucrroxMr A ttudy period on the b-K*. 1 Fresh Shipped N braska "
Ctortt Suit** entertained .Congo Crone, woa cooducdThunday 1 1I R Ii It
1 he Frincctoa MetitodMt Sunday I aftemoon by Mi II Jon- EGGS. dol. 39c i :
School Jut Friday qifht with a Die Lobdeii, teacher of the Mia- per }Iao e. i
I dh dimer.TkMt I lon Study Club of! the W M- S.wMeh .
atteodtaf wen: Mr aodMr net at her b me. TIM club Armour'. Yeretole Quarts .. .. .. 25c 1
*. & O Smith, Mr and MraC i decided to meet weekly for four ,
A. Bryant and daufhter, Mn.T I week* In order to finish the book.Kcxt IP
a WatUna, Mn. Lawrence _II'* meeting wifl be btldon LARD 4-lb k 45c Jmer Tomato
Watklm. Mn. Ol FMerwn. Mn.C Wedaeaday. g. CATSUP "; I'.
( a Wooda, Miu Mia Chrtetlnam -
( Mn. Ltooa WrKM and chiMren. : The Pretbyteriaa Auxiliary: JRISII 214.01.. bottles 25c
i Mn W E. McDonald and "meet* today at 10 o'clock at the .
I daughters, ),(1'1. Bnzton, Mn.CIccnwl .hone of J R Hkiuon in Naranjalo Potatoes
f Mr*. Con Lott Mn. E aew for the bazaar A pot luck!i. 112..8c
: W FtcpJe MlM Shirky Harkneta, luncheon will be aerved. CO

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VEGETABLES I Fresh leats
Oldest Chevrolet Peanut Anao.'"Butter Slat ;

Tender Fresh Country RoD Creamel')
: 21b. Jar ......o, 29c..
Dealer on East Coast SPINACH BUTfER Cook's Pure i

21bs. ....u..19c lb. ... ...... 37c HONEY r

M SRCXMA1CH Crisp White Boned and RoDed 5 lb. 69c
tan __. _. j
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lb. .. 3c lb. 29c CHill 1
eM" u ... __ .. .. u

USED CARS Snowball W'estern Chuck J can .. ._ 18c :

1933 Cherrolet Sedan-No draft ventilation;good I'' Cauliflower ROAST Phillips

shape; runs fine. i iI I lb. __.. u __ 12 lb. .. .. ... 2fc Tomato J nice. ;

1933 Chevrolet Coach; food tires; radio; mechanically : Tender SWHt Garden Western .. iant eans u 25c

A-l. \ :I PEA S Round Steak Triple Creamed

1934 Chevrolet Sedan; food condition; tires good. ; 21bs. .. .. .. .. 23c lb. ..._ u_..._ 28c SPRY

i Baby YeUow Western 3 lb. can _.. u_ 59 c
{. 1936 Cherrolet Standard Sport Sedan; new paint; :
tood tires; mechanically Al.TRUCKS. : SQUASH Rib or r ket Fanq21bs.

'I ; lb. _. ... .. .. 15t 5 Ibs. __.. .. 23c

APPLES Banqurl SliMj 1 Jarre and 1 sntaU
1934 Chevrolet; cab; flat body; ne ly painted; BACON RINSO

motor overhauled. 5 Ibs. u. __ 23c
lb. .. .. .n. 39 both for .. .. .. 26c
: 192S Chevrolet; fht IK.dy; fair chape; light. Firm Crisp
Bonte! and Honed DrIed
1929 Cherrolet; cab; body; looks good; runs fm 1 PORK I PEACIIES

21 .heads .__ 17c lb. __. ... 33c lb. __ __. ... 19c'TIIOIPSO
1930 Ford; flat body; looks good; runs rood.I '"S
I Armour'. Star Dried

f 1936 Willys; cab; stake body; new paint; roodI I SEEDLESS HA I APPLES

{; condition. 1 IbGRAP Cenfer Cuts. lb. 19c
.__hot ___ .
;: 2 u 1.C 2 slices --. 35c
I S un b-4
I. Bird Fresh Tender City Chicken Bartlett Pears

Ii Iif BEETS LEGS No. 2% (an ..17c I

f,' Chevrolet bunch ____ ___ 1k( each u___. ... 5c SblTer'sFrtsh Field

: I SWEET FuD Crum Dais)' PEA S

;, Co. i POTATOES ClIEESE .. With Snapt

5 Jbs. .__.... 1 lib. .. ... ...... No.2 eaR ....18c
103 N.Krome Are. Phone 93'f .
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