The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00142
 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 24, 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: UF00087294:00142
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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I Of Phones in District and High Tolls ,

i ; A proposes of the Southern Sell-I uons to keep these two boards apprised AANDBTOTAKEMOTORISTS1MTHIN71HESOFNONAME

i Telephone A Telegraph Co.. to install of the dfatokfs needs and

rraRkless. or battery type t \Io.wOa he committee Presidem -

iafrphoae no its Homestead system -: Gauge W. Tumor. Jr. apt ..
OF 1938 FAIR awakened no enthuriMm ;ammiaer. t posted Ur Bud George U Swan. \

'f the Sediaad District,., C Redd and T. K-ktirhy.

Dumber of Coa-mi at lh.!c| Emphatic opposition to the planning -
I : -
: pier meeunt \\eai* day night board proposal to tear up the
Transfer. to Miami vices H was found tat the tostalhtam -. F F. c. railway tracks from Miami THE WEATHER Work on High Bascules I*

ously Opposed vlgor.1 .rs uH be confined to business -!it* Homestead in order that the' o..w .. ... Speeded by War Department
Rotes Also telephone at a rate inwreaM'I right of way might be used as a' anwohhh.s es.un.n ii.mme.t Ft-.ft Order
of 90 cents a month. !.multiple lane boulevard was Maio Mc Mia.;, Bar. ** -
VOTED lasted the telephone company vutaed. The tuggeaUon had been Seot. 17 M .' 6f *." SIS
BY came in for scathing erltidsm because mode that both the F E. C and Sept It M 70 3IJ7 l.M TO FINISH ENTIRE

TWO ORGANIZATIONSSilver of high rate and poor acrvke. Seaboard trains could: use he Seatnc:4 Sept 1* 93 a PROJECT BY MAIL 15
Sept :M n 70 It.e
1 I' long distance u well a* focal board
Palm Man and a commute was appointed to It was the conviction of nearly i Scot 21 M M MM, 0.1S
Says fatter data and present tt la per.,everyone at the meeting that de. Sept U M It JJ.* Longer Work Week Allow.

} Promise of Promoters I 00 al the next bearing of the state,stand should be made on the raO- Sept U.__ .17 73 30.00, 9 SI td PWA
Not Obsreved railroad commission Preston B. roMa to give more service. Mr. by ExpeditesProgress

Bird was appointed chairman and i Bird said that shuttle passenger TOLLY" OLIVER

Vigorous protest against any other members win be added later trains between Miami and homestead I -

'proposal to "move the Redland A committee to keep fa touch> one each way every two Contract Ala the protect of converting

,.District fair to Miami" will be with the Bounty toning committee.hours could economically operated RETURNING FOR i the right of way and
made to the county commission by WA the Dade County planning: by Diesel locomotives: and bridge of the r. E. c. railrad be-

both the Redland District: Chamber board was appointed with ln.truo I Provide A real. service to South WEEK AT POOL tween Matecumbt and Key West
1 "jaWK Cnnmerce and the Homestead e:iDxders with business to MlamLi Into aa automobile highway win
With such a service, there would be completed within 10 clan It was
I Rotary Club and the chamber of
commerce will seek county aid in FIELD TOUR HAS be no need toga paean**face the Arthur E. Oliver awt.nmlnaDd learned oa good authority yesterdajr -
of automobile
traffic .
sponsoring; a 1138 fate or fruit festival I aa divine Instructor of the Florida
to Homestead FIRE AND SCABDEMONSTRATION, trip to Miami and the parking WPA U expected M spend next Contract A cover nod construction
la Miami
problem be pointed outThe
Action by the two civic organii '- I and board week at the Homestead swimming oa lower Matocumbe
toning planning
Mtions followed appearance oft pool in response to rrauest forMs and conversion of the bridge over

P r 'reports la MiasAl-eewcDapartHtkat r 1.Tu ft ; MTVUdmade b> Manage?Ted I Channel > tag oWalllwt.. The
the county commission had been 1 better train service.: Now there Is Bluer this week when he learned I I work win be greatly expedited by
informed that premoten of the I Mr. Oliver was In Key West and i permission just received from the
only one train day--a
1 Dade County Tropical Fair held Growers this afternoon will inspect with a would be available for this city I'war department for the permanent

,, for the past two year to Redlaad. !, three Redland District tJerocnstratioa -and train baggage two ear passenger which coaches leaves at the end of MS engagement In the I f closing of the drawipan in the

proposed to bold the next one in I plots for citrus scab control Miami at 11 a m and get here I Island City 1 bascule bridge over Cbanoel S,
lfIamI. and witness demonstrationsof t M.T Oliver, popularly known as wbare the automobile will travel
at about 1 then start Its
the speed with which grove sod p. n I oa ooncreto laid on top at rise
"Pallf assisted Mr. n a
I 4 I
The pretest of the Homestead I return trip to Miami at about 0
house fires may be brought under steel bascules because of
highly successful learnloswimcampaign impossiMlfty -
.J Rotary Club will take the form of r. .
'1 a letter to the count commission control with the fire fig>ti erg at the local pool severalweeks of a wide enough roadvr.iy

tn accprdane with*a unanimous equipment A nd tee by Out eoun-: ago and madf many friends between the bascules oa the: original
a ty U growers have watts *n their concrete railroad bed far below
among the pupils in both the children
We taJteil at the Hubs meeting
preperty : 2UBRARYSITESMSIDERED The draw at Indian Key
a and saw adult classes he oa-
Wednesday mom The sentiment I will be used ........
The field tour onadneted by ducted In and.
Hi ftn ifcaml ir iif rntnmrrrroted << swimming divtag
1 Wednesday blight win be conveyed the Subtropical Experiment BY The pool was cleaned yesterday When Contract A completed

I. to Cb.next meeting of die comK tips In o-operaton with and will, be drained and flashed cars can go to a point three-fifths
;Inianon by a committee which Agricutourtl Agent C. H. sta-I I again Saturday in oMer that tt slay' of the way acme Long Key

President' Getfe W. Tamer Jr., will start* 1:30 p. ... at tits COMMITTED remain filled for the entire week! Contract B, which rover the

.W said he would Mpaint after a little 4.if llrs.Sevmonr Done. Silver n. I of Mr Oliver's stay. Mr Sitter said j; section of highway from.... aouthI -
\ consideration. I drive and Radiant "*L A grass yesterday I I era limit of Contract A to and Ift-
Two site for the tlJJMO
,fin dewMoatratloe the womb municipal (eluding Marathon, i
CoroWtloner 10 Beginning Monday, pool boura eipectod to
CotBH I.D Redd, both of
} library building- :
r ac ran from the Dane grove win (Continued On Page Four) be completed by Oct. 1) Motor-
"who was present at the meettaiaft N. within
them on Krome avenue!
toDow, then toe motorcade will f. I isM can then drive to within seven
both ortiaiMtteni. wtfd Jfcet ttt'e9a |HM' Of L G gaggles ca a few block of tie shopping center miles of No Naase Key, tliminaUng
when the question transferringthe -were said last night to be CEMETERY ASSN. I
Pain the cede
Coconut drive to inspect another prevent ferry between"
fair to Miami fas branched incowaUaiott under consideration by a committee
scab demonstration, plot.TIle I Matecumbe and Marathon
UM he asked flit tints appointed by the city council
to get In tbuSh 1Ltftb. eonatituents house ft* demonstration Monday night after plans of the. HOLDS ELECTION At the southam end at Ux pn>-
will follow next at the Redlaod
and learn. bow they felt about it I building prepared by C. J. Par- 'Ject. contractosa are making prograa -
fair cvoucds where county con- ', "
a house afln. according

jMd action oa the proposal was man, local architect, were presented TOXIGHTL\C.OFC.
I Ivkts
have erected
temporary to the information obtained
postponed in deference to his by Mayor Tom Harris On tile ; by
that will set aft .*
structure be ] I| the Laa4M-KirNeryri.t yestcrda)
washes. The next regular meet- committee are Councilmen J. Q
Last on the itinerary will be a visit dll"f'C1Onm tit Work baa been
Officer :
and speeded
by a
be of the comnbaioa win be held. ; Wynn, B. W Morris and the may- I' up
ClDOIt.2. i to anotVr scab denonstntkm plot elected tonight by she South Dade special eameartui of the WPA
11 the grow of H. t. Cook on W or. Cemetery \nociation at meetingto permitting the awn to work 41
Mr Parman donated hi services
The Dade County Tropical Fair *
Kings #iishml. be held at s o Hoc In the Red-,hour a week instead of adheringto
a. architect and advised the council
was an outgrowth of Redland r
Mud District Chamber of Commerce the 40-hour nbadule laid down
District Fruit Festival, lieU under i that he would be able to tarnish
building at ta* call of the,on such drderaUfinancexl pn .
of the native rack of
the auspices of the Redland District .Phone Company Buys i much ) eta.
praaMeat, Mr Cnas. T Harper
watch the building i* to W constructed
Chamber of Commerce for
nearly tan year To promote hr; 1 Lot For Building Here as be will be blasting All persons who own lou In Palm The entire Oversea Higau."\

many among the various communities hales for setting out a lane grove. I Cemetary at K rana Or have paldl/project should be completed ti,
'. of the {.strict, the chamber A JWoot lot on K- W. Second (Continued On Page Four) money oa the purchase of ;a% are March lj 1938. Judging by resent
two years ago yielded sponsorship street separated by an alley fMtn| -- -- .._- urged to attend ,.I\rate of jvognt it was akl

to the Redlaad District Improve- the blinding that now houses the Potato Referendum I* The election 4 M be bloW tonight''I
munUtpal ttbrair. bat been bou&IItl' wet acheoahfl for the annual i
two Association, headed by Wav Discussed at MeetingPotato Florida City Revising
I by the Southern Ben Telephoneand meeting last May which was not
W 'Johnston, who: wftfi'John ScaaeJb -
staged two fairs IB XsoTaad. [ Telegraph Coi aa the site of growers met last night at held because of inability to obtain Liquor License Laws
a building that will be constructed Wrs. Harpet .... Withthe e
George L. Swan of Silver Palm I the Blue Goose packing house to I i ftuorum. ,
who appeared with Mr Johnston j;I to house its Homestead exchange.I Gould to hear a diaeuision of the norUage: paid off and Interest' A revision of the oecupaUoarl
two years ago to ask that the fair*The centpanyU lease on present I -potato referendum" fcy D. X.Tim. of the community reawakened to license otdiaane to make its i iguor I..

be relinquished toUedland for that Quarters of the exchange tn the i men*", extension marketing eeonlomlst the used. ef active RIpen 111Ioo and and wine and beer provisions

(Continued On Page Fear) Odd Fellows building on N. W.,I tare ., UK district's bwryfcgToucd. conform to the state law was gu- _

:First street will expire in December i iI. ', The referendum, to be held under ( however. it ia beliewJ ,en tU bnrt and aacoad reading by ..
the supervision of the local teat a representative meeting sato the Florida Cloy town council
James N" *bltt W week pur- r A.B,DooSey,district: manager of soil conservation association will held. Tuesday night
dialed flv_ tract of unimproved the Southern BeO in Miami, said determine whether or not powers Officers and directors .,elected I(The caaaell ill seeking more ..-
land on Newton road. one yesterday that be could not give of Qa area wish to estimate to, tonight will hold offke saOB the 9grtanlipo oa Ifc* expense .J raird ...

fourth Hole south of Epmor drive aa estimate of the cost of the biuldmg advance their acreage production annual meeting May. 1938Ltaratetery sip audio for Florida City

froqi U- w. Snyder of Miami. The aa no bids bad yet been asked.H and art Was a goal liou. Ballotingwin cleaanip week, which I streets preparatory to the lalnxducuoa

.i sale was made through H. A.Cam-! said though, that,the building begin next week and aO vote started Konoay. has resulted M far I of a revised traffic code,
would be ef tt* bungalow type::must be m'V Ort 1. County u. the claming and beautifying of worked tip by Marshal Wm. f,

with threw or t ur roost J Agent c. tt Stetfani said. l U tots *itr*. Harper said last mght I Geror.ac at the twx' met 'ill"


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Paw Two THE LEADEn. ENTERP'WE: Friday, September 2\, ll>:37 "

TO BE PROMOTED WILL OKDEK,HOSE BCCIIE9 off-his annual <>'01"1! i f.u
UNEMPLOYMENT Carl Warner Becomes Promotion exercises for Junior f bushes Anyone \\h,> t t. ".
South Dade Naco Agent and Intermediate p Y. P. U members Ceo. H Walldleld."DeItioraa I f order rose bushes itvq\ ,j, ,t].1
wU be held Sunday evening agrterture- teacher of Homestead it-e Mr. Wakeffcid/ at Vic ,," ,
COMPENSATION i Appoiartfteat at Out r. Warner from T till < o'clock; at the wit I Hsgk Icftool Is preparing to wad'al building of the high, idni, I
ar Baptist Church of Homestead. U.i.
a* steal to Iowa Dade for fed .
SUBJECT OF TALKs er* m*saeterd by the Nitrate Frank It win. the leader _announce -
Agencies Co. of Jacksonville wa The parent of members an especially f
s 'announced hb week. Ur. Warner invited to be preaent son l
before the Homestead win open headquarter today in any other who with to attend E Oldest Chevrolet
Rotary Club Wednesday noon 3., the fertilizer i warehouse at Flatter
Malcolm Johnson, chief Held adviser I venue and N. E. Second street Miami Musician Plays
of the unemployment eompensattoB -!I formerly used by the Bee Dee Co. Davis Violin to Lions
division of the florid : "A full line of NACO fertaUer
Industrial Commission, stressed .will be carried and we win feature R ed sod District Uoot Club> heard Dealer East Coast
the fact that unemployment the NACO 9 Star Special, a mixture the old-eg retirement ptwvbioH on
compensatfc taw posed by Ole containing a great number of, of the aortal security ad explain{
1837 legislature doe Mt levy any tare elements', or secondary plant ed at the regular meeting Tuesday:
additional fax en employer In foods to which NACO pioneered" night by R. B. DonaUsom, managerof
Florid Mr Warner said. the Miami branch of the social I LN I I "41 SINCE
,. .,
The Florida law merely enable Mr. Warner is wen knew to security; board. .INEIS MARCH Utt
Ute date to coIlKt M% of a 1* Redland District grower a* be, Walter WItko orchestra PLAMUSED
excise tax levied under TM1 IX acted M local representative for: of stage and radio
of the federal social security acton another fertilizer manufacturing played a solo on one of the JndeI'I
the payroll of employ ofeight company for four year prior to made by Lion Sam Davis, a CARS 1
or more persons for any part taking his present position I II I of many yean standing
of a day during 20 different weeks I responsible for having him on the I
at a calendar year," Mr. Johnson program. Mr. WItko also played 1933 Chevrolet Sedan; no draft ventilation; good
Federal Music Class 1 la a duet with George M. lick of I upholstery; good tires; mechanically A-l.
aid.Ibe friend who
Florida Uw was approved Give Recital In SchoolA Homestead another
Mrs. 1934 Chevrolet Sedan new paint new seat
by the meta security board June aaiment were played by ; ; cov-
M ItJT and I* retroactive la Uw played the clarinet Piano ers; good tires; mechanically in fine shape.
. tax provision to January I. '"'7. group of pupil who have ICCOIIIP-I 1936 Chevrolet Standard Sport Sedan
beta attending J.fn. Alice RuthWhitney's Burial of James ; new ;
Fat 1937 employer liable under I
federal music projejct good upholstery good tires fine.
Lets act wU pay to the state 1J)| Held in PennsylvaniaThe ; ; runs
cent of this excise tax levied clulia piano playing gave a recital 1929 Ford clean inside
per Coupe good paint
; ; ; good
s for mother and friend In the Neva body of James E. Moore. 49
under title IX of the social security
King Cooper School auditorium who died .>( a cerebral hemorrhage tires.
act to be used solely for the -
of unemployment compensation payment Friday afternoon.Katherine Sept IS while serving as 1931 Chevrolet Cabriolet; mechanically A-l ; look
and Virginia Kelley nurse to Dr. J. E. Shields, an Invalid -
t to eligible unemployed Ftar- good; priced cheap.
with Mr*. Whitney played a trio; was sent to Greensburg
Ida workers benefits to start after Betty Graham and Mildred Field Pa. Saturday night by Turner 1932 Auburn Brougham; has overdrive; good

. January two-tenth t per Wt.tent The win remaining continue played a duet; Betty Graham, a Funeral Home. Burial took place tires; runs fine.

t to be collected by the federal govt solo COiner; Mildred a duet Field; Madams and Madene Gibner. Tuesday.Mr. .Moon came to Homesteadsix 1 1935 Plymouth Business Coupe; A-l shape; paint

fI"IIftWIIL"f two solos; Mildred Field, a solo, months ago from Miami where good.
f The of the operation unemployment and dministraUou eompen.sstkxt .- and Madene Gumer,Betty Graham he had formerly 1930 Ford Cabriolet; tires nearly new; paint good.

division under the direction and Mildred Field a trio. Mr* with the Sunshine I 1933 Chevrolet Coupe looks like
Whitney played "Fireflies" by I more b known of beeti'I'I ; new car; runs
of Harold C. WaD and also under like
tube and "Narcissue" by Kevin. he leave a brother
the supervision of the Florida Industrial -
There b no charge for these musk in Greensburf.BOY I
Commission la financed
lessons They will be one.TRUCKS
through a fund let aside tor the given SCOUT NEWS I
on saturd.In the auditorium I
UM of the State by the federal
By Joke r. Kahn RepeaterBoy
from U:JO tiO 4 o'clock.---I
government Mr. Johnson laid.fr. -
) Johnson, whoa. headquarter Joe Astoria' ctaaaea in stringed Scout Troop No. 25'held Jill 1930 Chevrolet; cab and body; priced cheap.
held at the
b Tallahassee wa pnaent at are same regular meeting at Scout headquarters -
time in the 4-H roars 7 1934 Chevrolet; cab and stake body good tires;
I the imitation of the Homestead Wednesday night at p.m.
Rotary Club la give the second of with Scoutmaster A. O. Cain motor fine; good farm truck.

i a aerie of talks on the taxes and entitled to the exemption, but It lacharge. Pine Tree Patrol Leader 1928 Chevrolet 1 ton; a cheap truck for a small
; benefit provided by the federal I It pack abo for grower outside Harvey Rue wore a nice new
., octal security act He wa accompanied it* membership It doe not come uniform. The meeting opened
by Harry Brown field under the exemption provision I with the advancement of colon by 1929 Chevrolet Truck; well worth the money; ask
/ adviser to the same division with they said.An Scouts Jack McMkhael and Paul I about price.
: headquarter at Room (19. Infra- attendance contest win start
Rue.We 1930 Ford Truck dual wheel
, ham building Miami. Mr Brown with next week's meeting of the welcomed Charles Stetfani ; job; priced way
said after the meeting that some dub. The member are divided I back who bat been on the tick list down.
41000 weatiunnatres bad been into three teams. and at UM end of I for IIe'ftraltiDCL Discussion
mailed to employers throughoutthe five week the winning team win I I i!of various Scout works followed,I glass" Bird
state to determine who are eat buck at the expense of the I I'I and at B:15 we adjourned to tht MOMlT
table to the unemployment com other two teams with the lowest,.municipal park to play games for
Dentation tax. team standing two-third of .. an hour. NoisesChevrolet
The deadline for malting la' cot and the second high ... .1]1 The next regular meeting wait

these report to determine UebU-j standing one-third. I be oa Tuesday Sept 38 at 7 p. m t
ity has been twice ,
Mid.but the final deadline bar 1 1 I IPROTECTION

to been answer set for any Oct.questions 1. I will tent be glad or HARRY'S WELDING SHOP II Co.

brought to me at the Miami headquarter
oe to return here to eugage FtxNcrrox, FLA 103 N. Krontc Avt Phone 93

; In group discussions" of the 1 Finable Electric sad Acetylene Welding n Cylinder Blacks, '
bw at any tines I Cylinder !Heads AtumUam Coatings sod toflon.AiUmoUve i
! Both Mr Johnson awl Mr Brown
stated to reply to auesttoo that Madras Beaairinr-Cateria to marts to mat SAVINGS
I a Decline house thai packs for bearing leering and aligned reaming, caueeilag red paring
the general public Is not eligible and boring and cylinder aorta .
M the agricultural exemption under ;
I ;
UM law A co-operative that pack EXPERT WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED
only for IK member would be j
at &ait. :2
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Fertilizers Seeds Insecticides I Policy...1O Year Maturity ,?:n

TU NOT s....... .site-W fi Cal it hat" masts H* oval.I'NMM '.d
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H fMd* s MM M tno. IWO M>4 'WO .
..HialM; .* IIOQO. It I to *kl....U* b al a**** 4.a...>. m* '
PROTECTS a* well as CREATES AN UTAH MTW. .t .****!. ,\10. /'
for Fall Crops .. .. Ih .......*.., (MtwM Is .... EXTENDED INSURANCE W.
i< flak If offer fm r*..' one .to ..w.., ... a Ilaw4w s..dd ij
1 I. saafMS povae.% 46" *S.610 CAtvrwelse am -.4 "
far a peeled .. a. dish tiMe as ... .... bpie revise
peals .she..t law w soy fwsaal padei ..... as tense'ty
We have a fresh supply of Stokes' Simons', and Lan- ..... Wo p...x ......... et.N..e ,
I ....... has lasso s1 Nis type less a..2.bls. to pI.e
Areth'sTomatoSeed. Also Peat Moss, Goat and r n.. Sao* ..4 ..d sew"" Vat d..i.d pwa'iag ...
? Sheep Manure for Pine Land Planting-And be sure I

to age',z Redland Brand Fertilizers if you want results. I tot.x la i IR-n

Rmrida East Coast Fertilizer Co. I CCIII.M'fS

:M3fanu/aetartr. Redland Brand Fertilizer -U.WcI.t w.-... M

'1'1;, out AviN6S cttnnCAnr, . AMNTS WANTED MAU ,;
.... 1C .gi W.. FRANK JX BCIV M T. RO) STl.\:), ITI. j COUNHES.I .





Friday September 24, 1937 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pasre Three I

i r Pioneer Celebrates tiring la his effort to assist in I

shedrl the sale M Persian lime and avocados -
Her 93rd
II HOMESTEAD SCHO NEWS Anniversary ,* said Mr. Calderwood "and II

Friend and relative gathered hat gone so far M to arrange appointment I
wild the president of
at the home of HIM France lAw
.j NELLA: SAM School Editor the largest chain store the Esters I
_..............._,_.hhh. ...h..h.h.................. .... Sunday to help her celebrate the on EI f
-" seaboard for the
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ninety-third anniversary of her
j The students welcome the new D. Lott. Claudia Ccjnnor was of this co-operative."
birth, and letters, card and telegrams *
teachers a* well the elected chairman et the social com-
11/ a* new principal arrived from other who
Mr Rehwlnkel. mittee. This elide bad a swimming
: could not come. P. B. Bird Presented Gift I
: teacher are: Miss Emily Jones, party and wiener roast the
Mrs Theo J. Bleler Mrs. Margaret pool Wednesday night. Miss Lewis wa born In Alford. By G. M. A. C. PresidentIn
Englntd, and crowed the to
1 Maynard Mrs. J. a. Rutland and ocean .
Mrs. Becker' sophomore clan Canada In a tailing vessel when
Mr. Robert W recognition ot more than ten
Hester, all hope
It 1 elected its officer he ..
; to as : president wa ten or eleven rear old.Thirty ,
j co-operate with them
to the best :year relationship with General
of Howard West, vtce-pVealdmt, year ago the cam here to
; our. ability It seen food to Clinton Bishop! ; secretary and Honv-ftead when there were only: Motor Acceptance Corporation, GeneralPublic
fee lI.fl'l. Field
\ back In school
this again treasurer, Mary France Arthur. two or three families in what 1 is Preston B. Bird, head of Preston
I year, even If it U only tor IJ
short time. Mr. B1ackb;;;;'* clam welcome now the Redland District B. Bird Motor Co., this week received Utilities

J --'-- Jamie Richard and Doris Warr The homestead east of Niall a desk clock and a letterof I
The junior Initiate the fmih- ney pupils, I Lewis' wu owned by appreciation from John S. Schumann -
Homestead rheas IOJ-M
lmm j men today; 1'l'Ii..ts"' ere requested Fitzpatrick who won the hand of
to wear no make-up The elementary grades have been: her wlce, Mill Annie Mayhrw, Jr., president of the finance I
school but to wear their chewing I busy putting up fall decoration when that young lady arrived for organisation
J I"I, gum on their noses; td wear Mr. or in their room I I a vlalt after two yean of plans In his letter, Mr. Schumann
Miss Rat written on piper diagonally Miss Dorsey' class has started tudy in Germany. wrote Mr. Bird in part: "This Edward Stiling
JOdv to carry their book In .making a notebook on the Malory small gift 1* merely an effort to Real Estate
"I t water bucket; to bring*lime and I of Florida. Sen. Andrews Planning: express to you our thank concretely General Insurance I
He each; and to wear around the Mill Ra)'* pupil enjoyed the and to dedicate this a* amlle.tone
) '. neck an onion tied on a string. picture lesson which they studied Visit to This District ot what what ls hoped FLORIDA crrr. FLA.
The boy were told to weir short I. this week. They are very sorry will be many more years of valued for. Palm Ave and Ave B
\j' and bandana, long stockings with that one of the class, Junior Pop) u. S. Senator Chat, O. Andrew I friendship for our corporation."
1tj Umertuba garters. flour:tack headpiece .1 has a broken arm. 1* planning a visit to the Redland The Preston B. Bird Motor Co
j and rnlsmated shoe. The Mrs. Thurman' clad bar been I District In the near future to consult I IIh, local dealer for Buick and NEWTG.BALLNotary
od \ girl were told to wear their stockings able to tart to work a* all of the at tint band with the growersand Pontiac automobile.
;i on their head and to tuck ail children have their work book!t farmer her In order that he I: I !able
1 their hair underneath. Each girl The room mother that have been I may more intelligently look after FDllNSVaANCI AND'
.ks 1* to wear a short sock on her left elected for this class are Mrs. Paul their interests at the coming session Electrolux KINDRED LINES
toot and a stocking on her right Reynolds, Mr Hubert Nichols and of congress, according to a RefrigeratorsKerosene I IS N. KTMSM Are.
toot, and to wear overalls with the Mr*. Russell Home. letter received from the senator or gas' operated
od right leg rolled up and shirts made Mr*. Edwards' pupil have a* this week by C. G. Calderwood JANSEN ELECTROLUX .
of gunny tack The junior are room mothers Mrs.J. L. Stricklandj 1 manager of the Florida Avocadoand II McCrorjr' Arcade I
' ; going to entertain the "rats" with and Mr. H. J. Kavney. Persian Lime Growers SALESMEN WANTED WANT ADS"ANNOUNCEMENT .,...

ntd a party at the swimming pool tonight t "Senator Andrew hat been un,
Lemuel T. Norwood Dies

Near IlendersonvilleLemuel
The high school art classes a"busy I i
ns making door stops and decoration T. Norwood Of Miami

., *for the new art room which who formerly lived northwest of
--- they hope to have completed with. Silver Palm died of heart failure,
in a short time. I Friday morning near Henderson-
vllle a* he and his son, Ernest,I
The tenth grade home ,economics were returning from a two-month
class la studying the different I vacation i
types of hat which are becomingto Funeral services were conducted

'S; the various facial feature The In'Miami Tuesday and burial The Nitrate Co.
ninth grade girl are .tlldyln"ood hi Miami Memorial Park. wa'j! Agencies

grooming. "I Mr. Norwood, who was (9 )
ill of age, 1* : his wife,
The seniors are anxiously wait-1 le'UdJr: : I
|' Mrs. f ; two sons, "
tag for their clasi rings which have of Jacksonville .
John N. and Ernest both of MIami
.k been selected and will be ordered
; a daughter, Mr Florence
very soon. Margaret Berger who .'
Thomas of Coconut Grove; 11il'1llclthlldr.n
ha returned from Chicago ands!
; great-grand'

the Raymond; senior Hayes clas thl have* week enrolled, Inf>'children; and a lister. _. .,has appointed .

brings.the enrollment. up.to tbl .;, \ '

t1t six Turner's Funeral} Home

Mr.its officer Hester'for home this room year elected president : .- tl-IIR AMBULANCE SERVICE I CARL F. WARNERas

Harry pierce, vice-pres.I Lady Attendant I

ident, Eunice Walker; secretary Phone SC4-R Homestead, I'1A.CAREY i
Marjorie Webb; and treasurer, W. I their agent in South Dade County .

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Two THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday, September 2t.
Cart Warner Becomes TO BE PROMOTED WILL ORDER ROSE Bt78Hti off I bos ,ii.nuil order for row
UNEMPLOYMENT 1 I Promotion exercise* for junior r bu>lA.<. .\I1)'ill1l'; \\ho Jt'k.ns to'
South Dade Nato Agent and Intermediate P. Y, P. U. member Oeo M. WahefMd, vocaUona11!!order rate bualw is Baqutotmt %7

COMPENSATIONSUBJECT will be held Sunday1'evening affte,. ..r, Meher. of IfamerteadHlgi ,ioN Mr ,W..ld,*.,|he vocoUotL.',1al
Appoit.seat of Cart r Warner tram 7 till 8 o'clock at the TiABtpUat I 3e aal, b preparing to arad', I "building ot IN hicfi acbeol '

aa aged In South Dade for ftrttlicet Church of HomtaMd, M<<.
OF TALK manufactured by tile Nitrate I Frank li win, the leader announce, -
Agencies Co. of Jacksonville was The parent of member ant especially -
e announced this week. Mr Warner Invited to be present and

Speaking before the Homestead will open headquarter today In any other who wish to attend. Oldest Chevrolet
Rotary Club Wednesday noon J.,the fertilizer warehouse at Flagler
Malcolm Johnson chief field advises -I avenue and N. E. Second street Miami Musician Plays

of the unemployment coov formerly used by the Bet Dee Co. Davis Violin to Lions
peiuaUoa division of the Florida "A full line of NACO fertilizers
Industrial Commission, atrened will be carried and we win feature I Redland District Lion dub heard Dealer East CoastIN
the fact that the unemployment the tIACO I Star Special. a mixture 'the old-ace retirement provision on
compensation law pawed by the containing a great number of of the social security act explained .I
1137 legislature does not levy any, rarer element1, or secondary plant at the regular meeting Tuesday
additional tax on employer In food*. In which NACO pioneered," night by R. B. Donaldson,maaager
Florida. I Mr. Warner Mid. of the Miami branch of the octal. IN SINCE
The Florida law merely enable Mr. Warner la wen known to security IxMinL FE MARCH ml ,
the state to collect 90% of a t% Redland District grower aa be Walter Witko. orchestra leaderof
excise tax levied under Title IX I acted a* local representative for stage and radio experience
of the federal foetal security acton another fertilizer played a solo on one of the violin
the payroll of employer of company for four made by Lion Sam Davis, a friend USED CARS
} eight l or more persona for any part taking his present manuracturln'j of many yean landing, who was
of a day during 20 different weeks responsible for having him on theproram.
of a calendar year" Mr. Johnson Federal Mr. Witko also played 1933 Chevrolet Sedan; no draft ventilation; rood ':
Music In a duet with George M. Frick of
y aid. upholstery; good tires; mechanically A-l. N
Homestead, another friend who
"The Florida law was approvedby Gives Recital In School
the social security board June animents were played by Mr*. 1934 Chevrolet Sedan; new paint; new seat cowers J

24, 1937 and la retroactive in the I I A group of pupil who have played the clarinet Piano ; good tires; mechanically fine shape.
f tax provisions to January 1. 1937 aceomp-I I
For 1937 employer liable under!,been attending Mr*. Alice Ruth Burial of James 1936 Chevrolet Standard Sport Sedan; new paint;

this act will pay to the state 1.1 I I Whltne,'* federal music projejct Held in PennsylvaniaThe good upholstery; good tires; runs fine. ;
class In piano playing recital I
lave a
per cent of this excise tax levied I for mother and friend In the Neva body of James E. Moore 49" 1929 Ford Coupe; good paint; clean inside; good
under title IX of the social Security
,King Cooper School auditorium who died ..f a cerebral hemorrhage tires. '
act to be used solely for the payment -
of unemployment compenation Friday afternoon. I Sept 1) while serving a* 1931 Chevrolet Cabriolet; mechanically A-l; looks 1
I Katherine and Virginia Kelley nurse to Dr. J. E. Shields an Invalid -
to eligible unemployed FlorIda good j
with Mr*. Whitney played a trio; was sent to Graensburg, ; cheap.
worker, benefit to start after I
January 1, 1939. The remaining Betty Graham and Mildred Field Pa., Saturday night by Turner 1932 Auburn Brougham; has overdrive; good

two-tenth per cent will continue played a duet; Betty Graham, a i Funeral Home. Burial took place tires; runs fine.

to be collected by the federal gov solo; Mildred Field and MadeneCilmer Tuesday. 1935 Plymouth Business Coupe; A-l shape; paint
a duet, Madene Cllmer, Mr. Moore came to Homesteadsix 1
two solos; Mildred Field a solo, month ago from Miami wherehe good.
and admlniitra I
Uon of the operation unemployment and Madent Giuner Betty Grahamand had formerly been connected 1930 Ford Cabriolet; tires nearly new; paint good. I
compen- Mildred Field, trio. Mr with the Sunshine hospital Little I
a I
motion division under the direction 1933 Chevrolet Coupe; looks like new car; runs
Whitney played -Fireflies" by more 1* known of him except that I
of Harold C. Wall and also under ,
Kuh and "Narcissus" by Nevin. he leave a brother John A. Moore like
the supervision of the Florida Industrial -
There I II for these In Qreensburg.
no charge music -
Commission 1* financed
through a fund act welt for the lesson They will be givenon -BOY SCOUT NEWS one.TRUCKS
Saturday la the auditoriumfrom I
the State the federal
UM of by
i 12: :30 till 4 o'clock. By John F. Kaha. Reporter
government Mr. Johnson Hid. ______ -
Mr. Johnaon, whoa headquarter Instrument Joe Aitorla'i are classes held at in the stringed I Boy Scout Troop No. 25 held its 1939 Chevrolet; cab and body; priced cheap.
la Tallahassee was present at regular meeting at Scout headquarters
time In the 4-H I 1931 Chevrolet cab and stake tires
the Invitation of the Homestead room. Wednesday night at 7 p, ; body; good ;
Rotary Club to five the second of m, with Scoutmaster A. O Cain motor fine; good farm truck.

a eerie of talks on the taxes and entitled to the exemption but If 1ft charge. Pint Tree Patrol Leader 1928 Chevrolet 1 ton; a cheap truck for a small
benefit provided by the federal I It pack also for grower outside Harvey Rue wore a nice new
social security act He wa accompanied its membership It doe not come uniform. The meeting opened farmer.
by Harry Brown field under the exemption provision, with the advancement of colors by 1929 Chevrolet Truck; well worth the money; ask
adviser In the aame division with they old.Aa I'Scout Jack McMlchael and Paul I ,about price.
headquarters at Room 129 Ingra.barn attendance contest will start Rue
building, Miami. Mr. Brown with next week'a meeting of the We welcomed Charles Stetfanl 1930 Ford Truck; dual wheel job; priced way

aid after the meeting that tome club. The member art divided back who has been on the tick list down.
1 Ir
45,000 questionnaires had been Into three team, and at the end of for[ several meeting Discussion I
mailed to employer throughoutthe five week the winning team will of various Scout work followed 8M6lL Bird 1
state to determine who art eat lunch at the expense of the I and at 119: we adjourned to the MIOM T Mass
liable to the unemployment compensation other two team, with the lowest municipal park: to play game for 1
; tax team standing two-th.'rds' of the I an hour .... w '
The deadline for mailing In end and the second high team The next regular meeting will Chevrolet r

liability standing one-third. I be on Tuesday, Sept. 28 at 7 p m. i

said "but the final deadline hw

been set for Oct. 1. I will be glad HARRY'S WELDING SHOP I Coo
? to answer any questions sent or
brought to me at the Miami headquarters 1
I'IlIXCETOV.f1A 103 N. Krome
Ave Phone 93SAVINGS
or to return her to engage .
In group discussions" of the Portable Electric tad Acetylene Wcldlvg ... Cylinder Block, or MON
law at any time Cylinder. Heads, Atnmlnant Castings sad Boiler. ;
Both Mr. Johnson and Mr. Brown

stated la reply to question that Automotive Hackta a..pa1rlq-cateri U garage la mala tplu6 i iPROTECTION
11 packing house that pack for bearing pouring and atlgaodl reaming, connecting red pouring
the general public U. not eligible and boring and cylinder boring.
to the agricultural exemption under !
the law A co-opentlve: that pack1 EXPERT WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED
only for Its member would be I
at :/!aii A Combined


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!. Friday September 24, 1937 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Ptire Three

' rate to Pioneer Celebrates tiring la his *aorta to Mill In -

,dtohoue I j Her 93rd the sale M Fmtoa lime and avocado
: HOMESTEAD SCHOOL NEWS Anniversary *," said'}II'. Ca.k\. wood, ante

Friend and relative gatheredat ,I ha gone to for M to arrange appointment
with the president of
the home ot Mia France Lewi
: NttLA SAUL*. Bcheel E4ltv I the largest wIG stoma on th* elM!- P
Sunday to help her celebrate the
--- : era seaboard for th* repreeenUttve I
ninety-third anniversary of her EI
The students welcome the new 0. Lett. Claudia Connor WM birth, and letter, card and telegrams of this cvopereUv"
teacher a* well .i the new prlnep elected chairman of the social com- arrived from other who ---
) l, Mr. Rehwlnkel. The new enlttee. Thin elms had a ..'-
could not come.
P. II. Bird Presented Gift I
teacher are: Mb Emily Jones, miDI party and wiener roan at the
Mn. Theo J. Bleier. Un. MargaretRlaynard pool Wednesday nightMr Milt Lewis WM born In Alford, By G. M. A. C. President
England, and crowed the ocean to
Mr*. J. |L Rutland and lleck.--phornora- .
CbM Canada In a wiling vessel when
I Mr Robert limn We all hopeto In recognition of more than tea
elected a* It* officers: president, aha was ten or eleven year old.
co-operate with them to the best years relationship with General
Howard West; Ylct-pr..kt" Thirty yr ago the cam here to ,
.of our ability. It Mean food to Clinton Bishop; secretary and Homestead when there were only Motor Acceptance Orporatlon' GeneralPublic
} et Mn. Field back In school again treasurer, Mary France Arthur. two or three families In what I* Preston & Bird head of Preston:
this year, even If it li only for *
""short[ time. Mr. BIIIek ;;';-dan welcome* now the Redland DUuictTh B. Bird Motor Co., this week reeelved -; Utilities
Jamie homestead east of Mb desk duck and letter
Richard and ttrto Warn a a
'The Junior Initiate UM fresh- Ijwl wa owned by JIarveoF1kpalrlck I
1d new of apprecl.dOllI1'Om John S Schumann
Homestead Pkecw MJ-M
men today. TPii "raw' were requested who won the hand of
to wear no raak*.up to e"meDtIar1-Pd *have been her wire, MIN Annie Ih1Noot.I Jr., prMMent of the finance i
school but to wear their chewing I busy putting up fall decorations when that young lady arrived for orginlaation.
gum on their now: t )Elias Rat written on paper dlnf< Miss Ooney'a class ha started study in Germany. wrote Mr. Bird In part: "'"Thl Stiling

anally to carry their book into making a notebook on the history unall gift I* merely an effort to Real Estate
WIlier bucket; to bring a lime and I of Florida. Sen. Andrew Planning expect to you our thank concretely GtneralInlUranceFLORIDA
Be each: and to wear around the Mil H.,'. pupil enjoyed the and to dedicate: this a* a
. neck an onion tied on a firing. picture tenon which they studied Visit to This District mlleitont of what what la hoped cmr FLA.r .
'I.t. The boys were told to wear shorts,I this week. They art very sorry will be many more year of valued .r. Film Aft. sad Ave. B
and bandana, long Blocking with that one of the claaa, Junior Pope U. S. Senator Cha O. Andrew friendship for our corporation."
; ,I innertube garter flour sack hcod- has a broken arm. 1* planning a visit to the Redland The Preston B. Bird Motor Co.
pieces and tnUmated ihoe The i Mr Thurmaa' clash ha bevel I District In the near future to con- 1 la the local dealer for Buick and NEWTG.BALLNetory
d girls were told to wear their itock. able to start to work a* III of tht'*Ut at tint band with the ..ro..n'ooIIId Pontiac automobile
i i.s
logs on their heads and to tuck all children haw their work book.1 1' farmer her In order that he I I rants
their hair underneath. Each girl The room mother that have been I may more Intelligently look after! mC IN.nA.MCK'D'
, U to wear a short tock on her left elected for this class art Mr*. Paul their Interests at the coming session Electrolux KLNDBED LINES
toot and a stocking on her right Reynolds, Mr Hubert Nichols and of congren, according to 'II Refrigerators I 11 N. KTMM An.
foot, and to Wear overall with the Mr*. Russell Home. letter received from the senator Kerosene or gas operated
d right let rolled up and shirts madeof Mr*. Edward pupil have ** this week by C. O. Calderwood, JANSEN CLECTKOLUXIt .
funny tack*. The Junior art room mother Mr*.J. L. Strickland I manager of the Florida Avocadoand HvCrery Arcade I .
, going to entertain the "",lid with and Mr*. H. 3. Kavney. Penlan Lime Grower I I SALESMEN WANTED 7..q., ..
a party at the swimming pool tonight I "Senator Andrew hat been un.!,
tL f Lemuel T. Norwood Dies -

Near Hendersonville
The high school art classes art I'
s busy nuking door stops and dee- Lemur T. Norwood of Miami

.. orations for the new art room which who formerly lived northwest of
. they nope to have completed with. Silver Palm died of heart failure' ANNOUNCEMENT
a In a abort time. Friday morning near HendenonvUle -
at he and his ton, Ernest,I
The tenth grade home economic were returning from two-month
claw II studying the different vacation I
types of hall which are becoming I Funeral services were conductedIn

i to the various facial feature The .. Miami Tuesday and burial The Nitrate Co.
sloth grade girls art studying good hi Miami Memorial Park. WII'' Agencies

rooming. ,I Mr. Norwood, who was It '
I of age, I is survived : hi* wife ,
The seniors art anxiously w'I&-1 Mr. Jessie Jr two sons,1John :I '
Ing for their claaa .
rings which have of Jacksonville
N. and Ernest both of Miami
{ been selected and will be ordered '
; a daughter, Mn. Florence I
very toon. Margaret Berger who
Thoma of Coconut Grove; 11anlldhlldren ...s
hat returned from Chicago and I
; ; four great-grand

the Raymond aenlor Hayes class this have week,I which''!!i children: ; and a Uter. has appointed '

bring.tile enrollment up to thfrty.U. "
'I', Turner's Fo&era! nOme

Mr. Hetter'a home room elected I CARL F. WARNERas
Its officers for this year pret AMBULANCE fCttlCE I
dent, Harry Pierce; vlce-ptei- Lady AU......

Ident, Eunice Walker; secretary, Phone Mt-R Homestead, no.I I
Marjorie Webb; and treasurer. I their agent in South Dade County

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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE[ FROM; OUR MAIL BOX : LEGAL.s. .. NOTICES r.r I.*._.('OrnrTL.lf.ESTAtF., OF oew Bokort?. mean k U.""w"-OADtaCDYtITY1 ..

JaM B 0. wnflaaja, dnmil.
Published Fridays at Home v __ HOTH-I or ArruriTW ro. YAW 1 af I.,...... ta ...... ApalkaUta
stead. FUU. ay the south tied DEED I ..
I Key West Appreciates Hospitality Shown Scout Ckratar ITMf A4*> at Itll. rih A-WU Ned.... It =S.= hate tlMmr
Pabtiekins NOTICE IS KCTWY CIVEN tktt David final, rtptn aad potttkn fur FinalDWkonrt
I M"096 Yelling l"f.- and fkmatr Tax .. Ancillary txorutor of tat
BEN ARCHES .. ___ Editor Editor Leader-Enterprise: just how much W* feel the hospitality Nw tin lak didof tttalt of B.*... 0. WUlto_ alln a 0.
A_.. A. D. 117. has filled saw Inw '
WHUaau, dacoMod. and tkat oa thin ttth
MAUOUE LEACH ARCHER Each and every member of the shown by all the people of 'Rice. Asa ism MO> a"M. rt.a farbouaa' day af October, ItST. ..... tpplr I* tktBuaartklo

... Associate Editor Rotary Club of Key West wishes to Homestead and the close relation a as dead to at UWTOM. Said. : W. F. BlaMM Coantf Jan, i,
C.T>WI u, embraces the. following awrlbd tf Dadt Couallt Florida for approval of
second class BttOSMllr express their sincere appreciation 'I that has been shown between the property III ka CMWtf at Daa. MM final ua.it and for final ._...... atAarlllary
Lateral: as for the kindness and fa vets show boys, the parents, the sponsors of of riarUa. U-irlt : -1 Baanatr af she estate of Resort
March. 8, 1111 .l the swat Let '. Mndtlla trial Book 2. pan ...
No. 82: : the of 0. WUIIaau, altar B. 0. Wllllaau.
Scout the towards
llleatea..l1or1e! under by you to Boy Troop troop people la the County of Pa4Wb slaw of 'Iv... ......
white holding Its encampment In I Homestead, because of the Die 'he Samoa wwt of saw ,_ aad.e TWO link Italy of September. It*?, "
tin XI e, Mania .. 1879.OUR. which brought back Ik* Mid aoitMlraat knaid was la tat aaawat CASPER: WILLIAMS.AaMHarr .
your city. I reports were : i Vakaowa.Vkbai a_. blatl af Robert
Th Scoutmaster reports B very I by th* boys themselves. said certificate .....1 at NaWai- Q. WlllUuaa, ailM B. O. WUIkui,
PRICE, .. ar.ndIne en low, the prop" doerob..d -.....
enjoyable and successful encampment From every angle, the encamp llwnlaIII U Kid to tW blahs bidder (Sop*. It. Oct U .. II)
which was nude possible by merit was a most complete enjoy at On Court boom door oa the flirt MM

FAIR your hospitality. able success, and I and the boy It day ta the. dar laoaUi at of November N--. IM1.. which WANT ADS PAY

ERNEST A. RAMSEY.Secretary : feel It was largely due to you andScGutm..ter Dated this a.. a.1.aK pi.a >M. 1M1E.
A .
West Club. Cain
Key Rotary Clark Circuit Coart.

Key West, Sept IS 1937. Hoping that In the bear future .: Coaatr. I
(Continued From Page One) Crook Court .Ural
w* may enjoy )ouf hospitality and Br M. C. STCBkETT 0 1da.1
the I
year. nude the motion at Editor Leader-Enterprise: renew cur friendship. i rpt. Si. Mt. 1. S, ,

chamber, of commerce hIVe meeting the I wish to thank you In behalf of VICTOR LARSEN ROTICK or APPLICATION FOB TAX,

Wednesday night to the boys and myself for all the Seoutmaiter. DEIID I
restored to 4... Fib N.. A-MII j
IT4IT. of Itll.
potuoishlp of the fair Chapter
courtesy that was, extended by you, Key West, Sept. 18, 1931. NOTICE IS HKIIEHY GIVEN that David
the criumber and the locate transient which so much helped to make our .......11. Adder of State and Count TnOrtKlcal I
d hack: to Homest**. H* said 1 No. NI4 hoard the Inl tn c 'N. 0
encampment a success LEGAL of Aurutt. A. D. nil. kM rM. some la
a definite promise had been givenat and enjoyable encampment air offhw, and ban Made, appllratlaa far1Ctrtlfkat ,
chamber official deed be ......_ Said
that time to I. a ax 10 leaved
I only hope that you can realize: NOTICE' or MABTCBt BALI. ... .. ** the following .....1'1..1 I '
to .tltrmatt the fair between NOTICE U HEREBY GIVEN thai la 00TTLIE.U 'GAS
,. .
Pursuance at tko. Final Doer.., of for*. proton the CauMr af Dtdt Roll.of
I Ir
Homestead and RedUnd and he Florida. to.wtt: ,
J. LYNCH JOINS STAFF ttoturt Mand on tk* tint day at Sop.w ...... I
had withdraWn from active participation F. Wr, A. D. KIT. In UM Circuit Court Lid It tad U, .10. Plat Boot
OF EXPERIMENT: STATION of tin Elmfctk Jndlrlal. ClrFtilt ta and I, pan It. la Ik* Coast pf Dado '
in the fair when he learn I Stalt af P1 riM. I ITkt i
for Dodo c....... FlarMa.. Cfcaaojnr. I*
ed that others In the delegation had I that ontala MUM new pending> wheHl.r. tutttiamt af atM proptrar aadrr
.. Bum r..., FlorMa the MM MrtUlMal forted WM U tk* Mia.
arnica *
new I
no Intention .t keeping that promise r. J. Lynch of San Antonio, Fla., poralloai .. ta* rialMHf. tad Juaa B. sit' l M. C. Mardoa.Dnkaa r
the staff of the saw Mrtlfteal .11 lie Momtd -
I this week Joined Mara* aad '' .. kb wife tf koW .
Married Mattes at. tow, SuiiuMMittraitori arcordlliff t* law the Properly _,.
Mr. Swan said he had made It a Sub-tropical Experiment Station I C r.l 410_ rroponIM, !... e .d M.nln will kt told to tk* klckoit kid-
point to Interview many resident' her as laboratory assistant Florkla toraoratloai W. C. J.r.Lt WU. dirt tt the Court Yom door oa the nrotMuadtr aka
,. tk Month af November, Int.
of Redland and Silver Palm Wednesday 'I Mr. Lynch who holds B masterof Ross B.If ka Aobrr k* .-see Zee ..Aalrrr.Ankrr-aM kaWitt > which b' the. lot day af IiI__. IMT.
t )
and found sentiment unanimously arts degree from the ttnlvtrttty' big .aTa, Dated this land dar of ....1_..... INT.
U.1A./l. I'J: L B. tBATHKRMAM.Clork .
favor of retaining the.of Florida was for the past two
Ito be married am P. FMpttadMnlabtlow of Chats Coarl.Dtda .
lair In the south end of the county ([years' camp educational adviser', Palp. % his w"I II .a lie m."W', end, If County, .......... a
I Civilian set at the ...... ........ be ...... Clrtak COUP) BralBp
under 'new dear. far the Conservation Corps, ..ay ., per" or ogeoP the .. PI. O BTKRKlETt 0. Co
It was pointed Out speakers at unit at Fort Benning, Ca. Hand alas :. ., ol.IMtaa a.: lwraat ; ('- >t. !t. Oft I. I. II)

.I 1 Or an" am" in ar to *0 Woo
the meetings Wednesday thatmeeting ho Mrs. Lynch\ will reside in Home donrlkiil. art BC__ NOTICE or APPLICATION FOB TAX

of the Redland DistrictImprovement stead. (Dotkc* No. 4M'..-I>|. the aadinlantdMa.tor. DEED
;I u llraud kr iota deem and laenter Copt.. Ittlf. Art. af lest hit A.4IH.
Association has I II to .tea... aad Mti.fr .k* memo will NOTICE' IS HKBfBV: OIVEM that
been called in nearly a year and:1 LEGAL NOTICE after far sale it rebus entities k> th.. JUM B. th.o_. ...... pf stow and
: hIt be" klddrr or kradtntkmfur. ,for i Caimtir h. CMtlflraM No. lane Round
consequently, the membership el soak, at and k) .. ..KMr ........ lMd the IM da* at A...... A. Tk Leas, kM Intel fib
the association>> could not have I NOTICE OF MABTIB BALI dews. before DM aoutk deny W" .the. sans I. air "' ,.... sad kM made ....1...
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that fa Cotmtr CMH Brow M Did Coontl. .....' tarn for k tax led to to based tlunoa.Bald .
been responsible for the proposalto Paramount, at tkt. FlaaJ Owen af r_ Urn. Im lh> City W Htmi. Flown, between Certificate tw.kraaat MM Idlowtntinirrlkid Com la today ..ilee
move the fair to Miami. chasm engaged .. taa lard day of Rope the boars, at ttm .'._ A. M. u4 Iwo' Property la tka Coaatr: of Dad. u show the bow '
torah. A. D. Ml. la tN Circuit. Court of .' lock r. M. w MoMbr tttt ilk day o( staled Florida towhlloll you
I''". tltnalk JudMal ClnaM la tad for OctoWr A. Ml, tkoM MMli Somali, It-It, Slash t*. Falford ...... Norg Ranges adaptedfor t
Dad Went t'_. .hi CkaaMry. la of laM stand In .... coast d Dade, laivhv Sad Add., a Suk.. Flat Book S,
POOLContinued that ttraila among atw ""..... wherein sate .. riocM. al..a.dd.. described pan.-I 1od Ik Ik* Caoatr at Dadt Stat using otfW i u> J
Tao ........ Bur*** laai, a Florida at tk* riataalf' sad Pall r. Zip N sad tl ."< Ituti *, end Lob Tktaik.s.aaneel or said .raPwty and., you can enjoy I
tad Ely. his< with If k* kt mar. .. 14. II end It at Week e, o< the '.. e.rtHtnt. Mad was I. to been, and cook. j
I"rigid Henry BoknoxtOdakaiklaa avid _. BllUpof Setting of Coral GcblOT.niMktokm a d l J. w. LI.., Norf luxury
( From Pan One) ew k. big wll.. It he 100 Manta, AIhv A. of III W Hit HW14 o( BMUo tfaltaa MM twtif..... shall te nanaiidiroMlne lag convenience no mate
will\ be from S to I p. m. Since, and ... case healed. uM IT. Towiuhlp 14 !Hoot. flans 41 .r law, ''* rt-r.
W' =
kt aurrtodi O. Amknoklas aadAmarooklal I K NI4 ( UM thereto W M ttf whet you lifer r
school Started there has been litUe I his wlf.. If .k* bemorrWl W\-: 17. ill hi Dells Co.IT. ..- ., IM Cowl ass door oa tkt fires Moifdar
or no attendance in the morning I Coral Ga.... Properties Inc., a, ..lor...., and MxinllBC M Pat UMTM I II ta the monlk of Hones, IMt. which Choose exactly the range,
..Florida torporatloa i Fnrrkaotn Corpora' of. of named I* plot book 96. pan It, la tat. ... day af Manmbir, INI.Data .
on the part of the general public,,. at... a Florida MrporaUoa: Mini. M. I puklto Mmrai of Dadt Count, flor. tak glad dor of September, lea?. that suit you beat from
so them hours will\ be given over.'Toau. at r-.roe TruMoo, WUIIaia A. Ida, and a .rtl to a aMkattoa ofIK L B. LKATHERMAN the wide selection of
Kolar : Karroua. > *. plat dale at 0..ord ta Hid Dade Clark af Clrcalt Cmrt
to the physical education classei>, kb"wr.'w. Led:I t>..tT, flop.... Dad Couaty Flarlda.Clmlt sizes, model and colors
of Homestead High School TheSaturday I Really c.. I..... I Florkla torporatloa. : JOHN J. LWr>B T. i Caarl SMI
l'On., .. K. Bktktnb: W. A. .01.. Ann.IIL I .. ap.kl Mates is canes. By N. C. STCRRETT: D. C. offered by Norge. St
schedule 9 a. m. to 1J and case ......... II'I ,...... tb o.t I) OWL 14, Pat I, a, it!)
m. and 1:30: to II p. m. will M I' M* -* 'pitrrloil Harnr A., Huddtatoa : 'tin NOW before you bay!
'I Otl" lamtmtat ... a FlorMa CAs '
maintained, aa will' the Sunday o.n.rdllea. fnrmtrly MooMotatd ,..., I|I

hours, ItoIp. m. phone, Company : .... If any of the. '.-
named ponont kt Mod ergo, othor ptr-
A check of 12S bo'lln the physical -, 'toa or portoat tk. Maw ales ankaowa,

education classes of th raimltw any Intoroil kr. through or andrr
e'Itntm. la or .. the .... _._ d. A0W yA i
Homestead Junior and senior high I'..I.... kr* 0._fitt, florkM Na A

) school shows that only 11 of themare "U=|. tkt .aaorrtltaoa Merger. at ii i
kr totk dtorot and la order to'itxoeuto
unable to swim, and Mr. Dialer i and Mtbfy ta* lama, will offor
hopes to cut down this percentage:''for: Ml at pukll I turtle. t* tk* highest. '
bidden or bidden tb".fw for _h. M i and
with beat week's campaign under 1 'e the smaller directed is low dean be.f.ro .
the south dote d the C.wt. Court
Mr. CMtrer.
A check of the girlsis I
Rome at vaot County rind., 'to ,
I bAr
now under way. The boys will(Cite of Miami Florid.. Iotwea.< to b.: Iva
be the I of tlowa a'rlork. A M, aad tin u'olofkt.
taken to
pool Tuesday, .. on Motidar DM 4Ik dar of OrtoaM.1
Thursday and Friday and the girls, A. D. IM1. tkoM Mrtala ..... of laadHuttad
I la tkt Caste af Dade Stall afFlorMt :
on Monday Wednesday and FrI-
aforoMld dncrllHd at followi

I to-whi LoU 17 and U af stall It Lou 11 as r atJ' r AJtlr NORGEGAS '

dayLIBRARY U. 11 and U of Block I. of Iht slit.i 1 t -
I teen Battles, of Coral CablM, a nbdl.tok RANGE
SITEStlnurd af all tf UM rfWVi af aWtlwi
IT. IWmklp 14 south Ban** 41 Kart.tmai .
the NS of tkt SW, tf Ole j
I NWU of MM Srotloa" ''. all la Dade

( from rose One) ..wage. FkirMa, and aorordlns to past
throatily of amrd la plat bank t". paatIt. Redland Appliance
This rock can be used toward the publk needs of Dadt County r.

city's required sponsor's contribution Fit ". and montia I* a drdkalloaof .
tark plat dull at rotor* k>MM Dad -, t ttIS
of SO per cent to which Mr. I Wants, rtorkkvof y Homestead. Florida

Parman said he felt sure others 11.100. It win at the Ranthwent sweet w.
the aw<4 of..... SK4. throe, oatlI t
would kino make donations. I I lltt fort oortk ISM rat. weak IMt t f .r K. KrMH Av*.

Councilman Frank B. Rue light' tort aoutk 1UI tWt to point of of
I .1...'... -.. &. Township M South,
and water committeeman, reportIng i I Ita... I* kxot: taalalami t* am.I NdtliinrLikeit !

M to cost of B requested etSenalo -I I Men or' low mad brag and bet la {
Dad* (- -..
*) bf the light line on West JOHN 1. LINDSCT, I

King Highway, said R would be At apes t Manage a> Catorar f
I ISopt. ... OM. 1VOTICt ) '
about 100. with .n estimated potential r, !

ctvenu* of $100 a year. The' bat... ...DIIIID lrATIOM FOB tAx There's nothing like owning a home of your i1'pEP

report was accepted and filed for Soaalt ate No. Itll A Zits
$ future reference. NOTICE IS HjaKBT GIVEN_that With own: Designed and built according to your ,
I __ .... ?
Reid Claude at
H. A. Cameron, chairman of the: SPA County 1a Certificate Ma. tiles 19.1 I own needs and ideas. Paid for according to

munielpal library board advised I send tli. Ilk day of ...... A. D. 1.
kM filed auat la MP affha.. and kM -, Income-like rent under the-FHA.
the fvuhcU: In a communication: appUMttot) fM t son Mad .. k* kmrdMI..IM your '.f'

that the term of tin J. R. Rutlands '- Bald -- .m6.w the, J '
... is tM t.Mt I fr Well bt glad ( advise about materials and fOal MOMS EGGS
a Member of the board had expired I> la+q Oil Pt-01401 6"rol o you AND HEALTHIER: HENS I

and recommended the ap- Lot .IT. stark. S, Cordxra ...... a ...
of Mrs J. E. Gauxens Baa Flat, Irak T. Faa .. .> tk* I financing. Drop in and talk over your plans. I lead the I..... nnuo-rcr data
polntaxtnt calamity of 0... Btala af Florida.Taa swat baa smnhM scrdiii M) UM
to fill the vacancy. Mayor Harris a.am.l af Mid Strangely ado Or call us today. :ffJL-O-rer Plan, Oatmeal Is thebigkest r

and Councilman J. O. Wynn were 0W "IS w r"fire.a bused wy in ....examaft : I digestible fan of sash
tlakaowa.NM II
appointed a committee to meet) MM MrUnpatl hall U KaVinodaojanMiw I and to BMW*. ee.U.g then tarv at I

With the library board. tt .law the propnto darirlaritkorola rheat ......... BMtkint It Ural lot I
wait ka atU kt ta. kklin.t akMorat want tittMtWa. Ask fur the rtCXOUtrbat4
r The tfouncll 1* continuing tomeet the C.saheeee door oa tat tInt It_I W. D. Horne Co. ttL-O.PEr Book I IFPkOlJP
roughly ,
tee a board of equalization on dar la the Wants af mastoid lltl. vklokk :
the 4tk day af OmtT. lee?.
the \SS1 tax: roll. Taxpayers may { Died lak lot day af ....__. ItlT.C. ;

snake Complaints w requests 10"AldUllt'he.t.t I: B. LKATHKRHAN.ttart at Canes CMrtt. I Frank U Skill Owner I j I

which aid held M th Wednetdsyandt'ekiay I'**mfr Gearawl Dad Coo.tr, ttarkkv I 11 N. Krome Ave Phone 507-J Sir

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raghts I lECTOR CO.
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September 2!, 1937 THE LEADER.ENTERPR1SE Page Five

'a cart had been put OH the injure expected to return aoon from avocation M.. Robert 0rIMbatb II atrtouI-

foot at the Post Graduate hospital tpeftt-to Henderaonvltta, ly ill at her' bona on Eighth atreet
'Mr. Randall was taken to hit ftomrjln A11ante aM Louatvtlle.

In and Around the Horn building J. B. RutaeH returned McndJtv
i Miss AnttoMtte and Helen
from Lancaator, Pa. where b*
I Mr and Mn Holliiter Sage of' Moyt and Mien Mary McNeill spent pent the summer visiting bit
: have sofa to the week-end In st. Augustine andwere
Klagi highway brother Levi Kuweit. Mr. Russell
Homestead Conn. where will accompanied home by A. 8.Moyt. .
Woodbury they
I ,, la .tII'InI1n Homestead for a few
father of Mluea AnUonette
spend a few" weeks before returnIng day*.
in November.Mr. and Helen _

.. Mr. and Mn. Floyd Taylor of Anthony Daniello of Mt. Ver-

Mr. and Mra. J. M. Holferty returned + Saturday from Virginia and South and Mn. Jesse Tlmmont au. Miami and IOn Skeeter, visited doa, If. Y. arrived Saturday for
to their horn In South Allapatun .I Carolina.Mr. Bounce the birth of a nine and a Mr. and Mra. Jennings A. R0 the winter. He it occupying an
Friday after a summer halt pound ..n.Jesse,Jr., oa Sept trinket Sunday. apartment in the Black residence
J and Mra. Hunt have 2L
pent to England. Scotland, IT* Clarence or Avenue B.
returned from a 5000-mile vacation -
toad, Austria, Italy, Norway John finder of Tavemler who FLORIDA CITY
trip to Toronto where they hey Chandler Lloyd Delta and
Franc Their dough
Sweden I visited relatives in and near the WM injured in construction ttra ere W. feverr, Cesresposk>at MOM Sever enjoyed a fishing trip
ter, Mia Elinor, who wu with
city. White they were in Canada work oa the Overt highway to Cliena I Tuesday eveainn
them ban gone to WllllamiburgV .
went to Calendar to the I last Week underwent an operation
they tee Mr. and Mrt. Carl Driwdy and
Where the li doing graduatework
Tuesday at the lost Graduate hot
famoua Dionne On NEWSBy
quintuplet will GIRL SCOUT
at William and Miry Col- family: move thla week from
the return trip Mr. and Mn. Hunt pital His daughter, Mn. Ceo. the Chapman cottage on Tenth
visited In Detroit and Chicago and Schrieber of Key Welt tl With him
street to their newly completed Athley Ken* Scribe
Welbon who hat been visitIng on Lookout Mountain in Chatta-I at the hospital and another daughter home north of Homestead.Mr. The regular meeting of the Girt
Mist Mary Pinder, apent several -
his grandmother, )tn. J. H. nooga. Scout wa held at the home of
Vrtxittenborg on Silver Palm road days here this week. and Mrs. Wm. Scales arrlv.ed Skill Tueaday. We
i. Friday for Gainesville, Ga. 10 Mr. and Mra S. S. Beam return last week. to spend the season Captain on
W. T Wlllla wit returned fat bit were taught a new sons and dance
attend Riverside Military Acad- ed Wednesday from Shelby N. C. Graduate with their uncle, Joe Scales, who
home Tuesday from the Post It announced that the Dade
will return to home
hit here this
emy. Miss Alma Lott of St. Petersburg hospital where be had bern County Patrol Leaders' camp
-- week :'om Georgia.
returned her home Saturday several weeka for treatment of a would be held here. A patrol
, Lindon returned Sun-
- day Iron an Carney extended business trip I after five-day visit with her skull fracture. I Mrt. W. McCuUough and ton leaden meeting win be held after
Mr. and Mrt Wm. C.
in th.Iforth" Mr. and MrT Joseph Elder and and daughter are guests thla week school Thunday.

lIlrney. MM.J. E. Elder: spent the weekend i of Mrt McCullough'i parents, Mr. Mn. Skill explained the differ-

Mrt. E. J. 'pyal'i sister, Mrt Mr. and Mrs.-" *- Minott' who with Mn. J. J:. Elder'a: titter Mn. :and Mrt. John Rohrer. ent whittle signals for the benefit

t Vivian Rogers la expected to pent the summer In Acroon Lake, Laura Hill Hetherlngton, at her I "i:"" of the new Scouta. The new Scouts
Mr. and Mn. ofMiami
JC. W. Severy
undergo major operation In Mi-
a Instructed the tenderfoot
} N. Y., were guests of their broth: new home In South Miami. were on
visitors In
were Sunday
anti today. whJle the older
lnlaw and titter Mt. and Mr*, requirements
Mn. Ceo. K. Reed returned from Florida City.
Scouts took bed making. Vlda
Charles Camp, Wednetday.Mra. .
Mr. Mrs.;
and Thomas Brewer
7 Fremont tad, ,..tarda). She I Misses babel and* Mary Becker Clarke was bottesi this week. She
hive returned from an extended T. Otim arrived in Miami and brought
B. la expected was of Miami served Dixie cupt.
pent Sunday visiting
In the northern and eastern
lo return this week-end tram Plant to Homestead by Mrt C. A. K. I relatives hereMayor Thoae present were: Marion Ed.
r ttatei.Mrt City where the wu called two Jordan. Mra. Alfred Wise and I -- muiuU, Dora Scott Ann Ledley

W. J.: Clark: Miss Ellen weeks ago by the illness oIlier Mn. Ceo. Ball, all of Miami. i M. SUverman U reported Vida Clarke Virginia Klnner, Margaret -

Huff, and H. L. Cook returned mother whose condition la not Mrt / torn Vann, her daughter, I to be ill this week. Lawrence Marjorie Sayne,
Thursday of kit week from Win. much improved.Mr. Melba Van Winkle Mary FranceeRutland
Katherine, and nephew, Albert I Myer SUverman left recently for
iton-Salem, N. C. and Mra. Henry Borgarrtt Tlmmont, returned Tuesday from a visit in Miami. Kathryn Grave, Vara

-.- announce the birth of an eight- Tallahassee where Mitt Alta Vann Rheney, Charlotte Geronlmo Ann
Mr and Mrs, Chai. Mr. and Ardel Parman Ann HIck-
Bishop Rheney,
poUnd.eon, Richard at the Port la attending the Florida State College -
tot Baltimore'Wediietda/ became I
left Graduate hospital Wednesday for Women. They; also visited spent the week-end visiting M.Biehop'a :. IOn Athley Kemp, Geraldine Haiti
e of the Illness; Mrt. Turner -i Alb rt't relatives in Lament and mother at Noeitee. piss Miss Maynafd and Capt. Skill.
father who there. Campbelfof
t3. c. the Florida were accompanied from that town
I IMn.
a 8. Wolf and baby ton National Bank la Miami ia taking by Russell Walker who U visiting
.n expected to return Sunday he place: of E. J. Doll ai bank manager Wesley Campbell in Princeton.

front Benson, Mien, when they j of the First National Bank of -
have been visiting relative I Homestead while Mr. and Mn.Doll Mn. Hubert Nichol returned rorsalc
I are,vacationing Virginia. Tuesday from a visit to Key West
Mrt.: Alice Burger Crawfordof and to Big Pine Key where Mr.
Long Beach CaL, arrived Tuesday *i Mm Maldie Butler, public health Nichols la in charge of construction -
I nurse for the Perrlne who hat
to visit MM. D. P. Uarknett work.:
in Homestead for the USED-RECOfiDIlMED FARM
resided part MACHINERY
whom the had know In her hometown
year, left Monday for Key West Mr. and Mra'T A. HooD and
Woodhull, Ills Mr*. Craw.
where the haa been traniferred. Mn. Virginia Walton and daughter -
ford, who l< 14 yean of age, made
Patricia, returned to Homestead -
the trip by train. She wa formerlya Bone in the len foot of Charles Saturday from Putnam Hall
lecturer and In 1921 3 F-12 Tractors guaranteed
Randall were broken In an accident where they have been visiting. ,
traveled 12,000 miles on s speaking at the turntable ten miles I

tour for old age penitent.Mf. below Matecumbe Thursday. After I Mr and Mra.: it: TL Schatf an 1W-12 Grove Tractor like new

and Mrt. W. E. Lewis and

nephew Roland Tolson returned Mowers Rakes Discs


1 Plows Potato
"""!o Planters Digger

SAVINGS FOR THE WORKMAN! Spray Pots-Ga.Stocks-Hand Tools

COCONUT OfcOVE SANFORIZED Electric Drill Vise Compressor

Sun? 1110' Tenet. Hed. DENIM OVERALLS P.

Sept I*, 11, a, tt 98c f Regular terms

'l $1.19 Value -a

'I' Blue denim

\ I I Sizes Triple M stitched to 44 TOM LINDSEY

I 7 pockets
I Rule pocket, hammer rule BEE DEE WAREHOUSE



98c values

JMRBAPJ STANWYCK e g-ot sanforized blue Office Bern: g .. n. to 1 6. a* Served Family Style

I denim Sanders 9 to IS
e Size 30 to 44 at the
JOHNNHSMSHHtlETTkora Five Packets Closed Saturdays I

Sept tl I ...Will Rule not pocket ehrink.: Free Parking Space !, Se_ Hotel .

'j' Tarts tlllVT In MEN'S $5.95 174 ic w. srrn IT. MIAMI


: J Ftl, .*... DeL L SBKIAN I TheM WU with double tanned cowhide tops vuus Dining Rfum

) DONtXVT UBORtt and oil' treated leather soles afford long, com DR. & r.
KJCCKLKSS": fortable wear. Height H bichea. Specialty ,
priced during this ...... STEBBINSKetbtere.1

r---- ilfL .
SINK to It rreeti.w tk .. Proprietor
I NAUJROLGAS Rooma f and r
; McCrory Arcad the
I Hours Eat all you want-

I Store nounSaturdayt Biscayne Saturday : to 10 p. m.
Roper Gas Ranges the
I IIJO.6:391 Blvd. llth MAIN mCEIT:30 price stays same
to 14th sit,

I L Ipm until any 1'1I0 ans. I-Uu-a-TW 50c 75cFriday $L8O

..... b. UM, tf H. KMM AmE MIAMI Dr. L. W. StebblM, Atwvlate



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Pace Six THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE ,September.24, 1937 i,

I I Social Events in. South Dade 111;



Mowry of Homestead to T. L. ,',

Miss Aletha Bees Lute, librarian I He came to this district from bodeau In Washington, D. C.Thl-I I The Homestead Business and Steffanl will talk on the first toplo .f
I and for It Jer.1 September 2, was announced this Professional Women's Club will I In that
of Homestead High School, and sey City yean program-our basic IndUlI ,
.the mercantile business in I week by her father, Fred A. Mowry I i begin Its program for tI' year at I try. Mrs. Carr will sing the state

Edward Henry Qellahev were mar I Palm. For the past three yean of Homestead.The dinner meeting Monday evening federation long, "Florida by the ;:

tied In the Dade County courthouseIn | he has been proprietor of the Red bride belongs to on, of the when Pauline Burke Carr, district Sea", and Mn. J. F. Hammett will '

Miami Wednesday. Mr. Gallahers -'land Hotel. Mr. Oillaher wa pioneer families of the district. I director Vine Betterley, state vice- lead in the singing of two club j

mother, Mr.. Isabella OaUa- one of the charter member of the She lived most of- the time in president and program chairman, son... Geo. M. Frick and Mn. ,kt:

her of Miami, witnessed the ceremony Redland District Chamber of Com- Homestead and attended the I C. H. Steffant, county agricultural J. H. Webster have been asked to (fi

merce and he served as vlce-pre Homestead schools. This summer i agent, Mayor Tom Harris and furnish a musical number. Mr*. 'i

The bride wore an aquamarinelinen Ident one year, president, one she has been visiting her uncle heads of local civic organizationsand C. H. Steffanl Is program cbab, >

lace frock with white accessories year, and secretary, three years. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley schools, and their "better man. ,III

and a corsage of gardenias He wa also\ one of the organizers Kutch, in Washington. halves" will be special guest At an adjourned business sea-

Mrs. Oallaher U the daughterof of the Redland District Lion Club Mr. Thibodeau U employed In I Mn. Carr will give a brief out- lion Monday evening Mrs. J. E. ,

the late Dr. and Mrs. M. H. Lutz and hoi served a* Its tall-twist Washington and they are making line of the history and alms of the Gauzen was elected secretary to

of Umcaiter O. She received an every year except the one whenhe their home In that city at 940 K. organization, Mn. Betterley will fill a vacancy caused by the resignation -

A. B. degree from Wesleyan University wa serving a* Its president.For Street, N. W. tell of the year'a program and Mr. i of Mrs. A. C. Easton. ,
and last summer received the past four years he has been ;t..t
an A. M. degree from Columbia II' treasurer of the Lions Clubs of
University. She iTa member of; Florida.Mr. CHURCH LEADERS TONIGHT REDLAND P.-T. A. Mill Estelle Dane and Frank Belt

Delta Theta Tau sorority. j 0 and Mrs. Gallaher have purchased MEET AT PASTORIUM GIVES FACULTY RECEPTION and low core prizes were won by

Mr. Gallaher was born In Chicago -i the Murphy house at 11 Members and officer of the A reception for the teachers of I Mrs. Carl Wagner and W. M. Crow.

and was graduated from N. W. Fifth street and will makeIt First Baptist Church of Homestead the Redland school will be givenat In 800 the high score prize were

high school In Jersey City, N. J.I I their home.Jr. met at the home of Pastor the school gymnasium! this I won 'by Mn. Wm. Bethea and RoyWittenwyler
and Mrs. C. N. Walker Monday evening by the Redland Parent- and the low score

night, to plan their church work Teacher Association. I prize, by Mn. Roy Wittenwylerand ,
Miss Betty
I Wm. Bethea. The
for the fiscal year. Each person Miss Rebecca Fisher will lead in high score
MISS THELMA McMAHON Bowen, Miss pearl Whitaker : I
used a Scriptural name during the community singing. The address of prizes for monopoly were won by
Mill Thelma McMahon who win
Mary Bradley, Misses Alice and social hour of the meeting. the evening will be made by Coun- Mn. D. Smyder and J. Q. Cald-
become the bride of Earl field on Grace Hobson and two visitors
Mrs. Walker served punch after ty Superintendent James T. Wilson well. 1
October 3 was given a ahower by Mn J. B. Cohernour of Florida
the meeting. who will be Introduced by Principal Chicken salad and cheese sand-
t Mrs. Carl Field at the field home City and Mill Eugenia Sanders ot
Friday evening.Prlzea Cordele Ga. Those attending were: Mr. and Carl Wagner, Refreshments wtchei cake, coffee and punch
In contests were won by Mrs. A. A. Bussey, Mr. and Mrs.I will be served. were served.

MH! Nella Souls, Miss Mary Belle E. L. Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. D. AU are Invited. Present besides those mentioned ,I II
BRUCE ENNIS IS GIVEN H. Delllnger, Mr. and Mrs. S. L.
Clbba and Miss McMahon. Cake were: Mr. and Mn. A C. Albright i
and punch were lerved by Miss BIRTHDAY SURPRISE : West Mr. and Mri. G. A. West, REDLAND P.-T. A. TO GIVE Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell. Mr. and
Helen Field. Bruce Ennla was pleasantly surprised Mrs. J. R Dorsey, Mrs. Frank Irwin FINAL BRIDGE SEPT. 29 I Mrs. Howard Lamb, Mr. and Mn. .

ThOM present were: Mn. Lyle L. I Friday evening when MnEnnli Mrs. Vera Summerlin, Mrs The last of a aerie of benefit. Dan Lewis, Mn. Joe Wise, Mrs

Field, Mini Frances Dabney, Miss entertained In honor of his R. E. Edwards, Frank Mcllwain bridge parties for the Redland P..I Tom Chapman, Mn. T. E. Evans,
I birthday anniversary at the home
Helen Field Misses Mildred and of Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Hardin. and Lamar Kendrick. T. .A. will be given at the home of;( Mr. Ole Petenen, Mrs. ,Frank

Margaret Field, Miss Birdie Horne, Birthday cake and punch M... D. E. Bashor at Gould Wed- Belts, Mrs. Oso Knight, Mrs. Margaret -

Mine Marjorie Moaer, Miss Sauls,I aerved. wen The Calendar nesday evening when the grand Daniels, Mrs. Mary Furry,
Miss Gibba, Mill McMahon and the prize will be awarded. Mrs. Wm. i I Mia Shirley Harkness, Mist Carol
". Dancing at the Country Club ..... .
hostess. Crowe, Mn. Curtis Lee and Mra.I Virginia Lee, Miss Margaret Delaney -
I 1 Gifts were tent by Misses Lillle: was enjoyed during Included the evening.The I Sept. 24 Areme Club meetingIn I Bashor will be the hostesses. I Miss May M. Campbell, Miss
guests : Mr. and
and Mary Brown, Misses Mrs. Robert Darning, Mr. and Mn hall. This week's party was given at I I I Ruth Murray, Mia Ruth Godwin,
and Edwin Close and Marth'j Olin Sept. 27 B. P. W. C. meeting the home of Mrs. Charles Eichen- ;,; Miss Elinor Payne, Miss Rebecca:
Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Booth. In Legion hall at 6:45. berger, and Mrs.J. M. Brown, Mrs. Fisher, E. Brown Phillips, Carl
Glenn Jr., Mr. and
Mra. J. D.
Sept. 28 Meeting of Young W. H. Russell and Mn. Eichen- 1 Wagner, R. S. Summers, D. E.
Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. Hardin
4 JOHN WIIICIIAED Matron W. M. S. circle at home berger were hostesses. High score Baahor, D. R. Snyder, Russell
Misses Alice and Grace Hobson
ON BIRTHDAY of Mrs. Augustus Wynn. prize for bridge were won by I Hanes and W. H. Russell
ANNIVERSARY Ansll Barrow, R. E. Sherard and
Sept. 29 Meeting of county -- ------
Mra. Bevo Webb
gave a surprise Bill McConnell
P.-T. A. council In Redland school
birthday party for her nephew
John Whlchard, Wednesday night GROUP .ATTENDS: LEAGUE ,I Sept.'Sept 28.36 Redland
After a hors d'oeuvre course DANCE IN MIAMI '
supper. .
eerved at Mn. Webb's home, dancing A group of the young people olSi
Oct. 1 Meeting of Woman'sAuxiliary
and a midnight lunch were John'i Episcopal Church ol
of St. John'
enjoyed at the Log Tavern. Homestead attended I dance Friday Church at S o'clock at home Episcopal of Mn
The guests Included: Miss Mose- night given by the Holy Cross Let H. Lehman. I Voids PHYSICIAN'S'
ly Sever, Miss Barbara Done, Miss Young People1 Service League at
Oct. 1 Eastern Star .
Mill Phyllis Parman, Miss Iva Dyal, it* hall In Miami. Those attend. S Homestead P.-T. A. .. Pf ECRIPe ION. .
Marcia Oauzena, Mill Nina Ing from Homestead were: Misses executive committee In /
Pearl Bush, Miss Grace Hobson, Carrie Bell and Rose Caves, Mis*. clinic room at 10 o'clock. 1rvr, Ilea:
Miss Annie May Booth, Mile Alta ea Mary Dana and Betty Brown, Oct.
6 Meeting of Woman'sAuxiliary
Webster, Joseph Gauzena, RobertGoutens Miss Marcia Gauzen, Rudolph of Presbyterian Churchat druggist a ? -

Ed Vrana, Gene Camp Gonman Joseph and Robert Gau home of Mrs. Julia Pace. MadM working with she physician to serexyyoa
bell, Roy Campbell Jack Oatlln. zens and Emory_ _Dearintf.__
Ansel Barrow, John Walton and un- I Oct. 8 Redland P.-T. A. meetIng at all hear*,i K* Mes'oaly fresh, pun Ingredients

Marvin Pritchard. I LEGION AUXILIARY COUNCILTO 3p.m.at 8 p m.; executive meetingat U componnding'pr criplioiu., Yon ton depend '
MEET HERB OCT. 11 Let t Inii''J'atlon cf officers eo Mn for fait prioss> %*'IRt"le.9iu

COUNTY P.-T. A. COUNCILTO Mrs. Frank Rue, Mn. Wm. J. of American ; tuor. Auxiliar,.

MEET IN REDLAND Cerommo and Mn. Frank Schneider Oct. 15 Homestead P--T. A. QsaaN Fall ow Miaeael oil j jPetrofol
Homestead P.-T. A. memben attended a covered-dish luncheon
reception for teachers. Milk Of
as well as Redland P.-T. A. I
members meeting of the Dade County
Oct It Meeting of Gleaner
are especially Invited to attend I I Council of the American Legion Tooth tMertarej
Claw at home of M... Harry
1 the meeting of the county P-T. A.I i Auxiliary, held at the home of Cooper. C d. "* kKrjrta3 49
council In the Redland school = 9<
next Mrs. S. I. Davenport, the president /
Oct. 39 -, Redland High School ,
Wednesday, Sept. 29, at 10 o'clock.A .I in Miami Tuesday. carnival. > vma>

thirty-five cent dinner will be The council will meet lit Legion

served at noon. hall in Homestead Oct. It at 12.30 '.Ie ..200iMm Ls, %tegtltefi
Mra. Wm. E. Rheney will arrangefor : for a covered dish luncheon. KltnZO UMTUM
transportation for Homestead I fotiitafeNrttett
member who wish to go. YOUNG PEOPLE'S LEAGUE 81 Tim

POSTPONES SOCIAL 1-... h- / 5Cseer.w
JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB HAS The Young People' Service League -...-Y _.... 1 i'

DINNER; AND BUNCO PARTY of the St. John' Episcopal ....." 4M ww..w..a

1 M.... A. M.' Logan Mr*. L B. Church has postponed Its proposed ,1Y :

Danny and Mrs. Francis B. Free. social at the home of the Rev the genuine Was tiptsfwe11lbre Path of iSO

man were hostesses at a dinner and Mrs. Milton B. Sackett tonight Is- turns

and bunco" party for the Junior in order to help with the EUGENE Permanent gToofm s +9

Woman's Club of Homestead Monday benefit bridge party that will be Yia.tTowtsa.0 ,
tII.ht.t the Log Tavern. given tonight at the home of Mrs. i&.iipiag .....-..": 2.5 .al

Mra. J. Paul Reynolds won the T. E. Evans by Mrs. J. & Horton Lab kucki ...rls-itwfi Aewasiq .........- _d

high score prize; Mra Burley for the Woman' Auxiliary of the W4 W i smunnt IOT .o.a a owe.?.-... ...........+, 0.T Is .
i Dendy, the floating prize;,and Mrs. church. \\nt'dues the kM a* give., -

t L. T. Proctor, the low score prize. : .Pee We. M (.DIM-l.glee'I
Present beside those mentionedwere The members of the O. E. S. will 11 dl --11/PIIt

I : Mra. Stanley Wltlkop, Mra.E. hold a meeting at their hall this Isadrsss.to.as: "dnad.'lowUk ..

A. Buchanan. Mr.*. E. J. Dyal, afternoon. hi the mists;vide aw I THE DIXIE DRUG

e Mr Robert Glenn Jr., II.... Augustus jtwaIbdoaa wad iint

Wynn, Mrs. Bruce Ennis, faa.aad-attltPlcb3'Bush's
Mrs Herbert Turner, Mr*. R. O. Homestead, Florida .:::ysJS'::::
Wauwr, Mrs T. 3, Walker, Mrs.James Barber Shop
IllCt1ElIIOa TO *. C. MVBf IT I J
Bird Mrs. Harold Oxford
Freight Dirt. Weed. Shavings, _

Mrs.Robinson Richard, Mrs.Klnard.J. S. Horton.Mra. Joel M..J... [ .t0. Masted & Beauty Parlor ..77 I ;Iit'I'oJ! !!\' : I'l"" .e) 1
Call fll-K Ilotea'I. Bliss Little Brew*. Operate
Hunter Hardin, Mrs.T...B. Cavee.i.. I.




i; Friday, September 2-1, 1937 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE. Page Seven

I -- I and Fred Borgardt E..C. and Her.

' man By* .. Charles and Jack Turner -

))1 Ernest Campbell Earl and!

CMe Swilley William Bryan Ho- rr LflLAI I
Social Events ,
cute and Oft QrunwelL., ;

": f t. -"-+-- t First Inwrfjon MM f


I. '..:... .._ -. .

I John i Episcopal Church wilt hold I ,.
BY BUFFET CUPPER AND HAY RIDE TO KEYSThe Its first meeting this season at' FOR KENT Several FOR SALE Ten hive bee and

-- S o'clock next Friday at the hone I acres land suitable for all r:1: : honey extractor, cheap must

seventeenth birthday anniversary tie Mist Marcia Causer, Miss of Mn Lee H. Lehman. All crops for rent at $10.00 per acre; i 1 move N. Luckey Silver Palm
members are requested to be present half cash, balance from 'I dr.
Alta Webster, Miss Beth Hunter, crop. Uml west of Krome ave.
of Charles Little popular -
Mias'Clarabelle Stewart Miss Harriet I '7.110 per hundred acre Part :'+ (pd4)i'i"
Eagle Boy Scout was cele- hat never been cropped and IJ'' '
Klick, Miss Barbara Done Mill I II I
brated Tuesday with a buffet supper Dorothy Horn, Miss Phyllis Par- Lieut and Mrs. Writ Cox of therefore Ideal for tomatoes. On : FT MOTOR BOAT partly In-
Coral Gables wen dinner guest Bird Road i closed Just overhauled. I cyL
served at the home of his man, Miss Mary Elizabeth Kyle,I (paved road) near)
of Mrs. Cox brother-in-law and Happy Farms motor. $100.00 Dr. J. W. Goggle
grandmother, Mrs. r,.. S. Mowry, Mill Edna Booth, Miss Moaley' Dairy. Only ten
Mr and Mrs. Landon Car-, miles from business section of! 110 Congress Bid(.. MiamI.
on Southwest First street and a Sever Mist Wllella Bullard, Miss Istater

hay ride to the keys. Juanita Searcy, Bert Mlxon Jim- ney, Monday evening. I MiamI. Call at Happy Farms FOR SALE Ford truck U, cab,

_ Mrs. Mowry was assisted by mie fichallern. Dukes West, Ralph! Dairy or writ E.: P. rrlpp.l: stake dualla, food condition.
Areme Club will hold Its Coral Cables
TIle Fla
Charles' mother Mrs. C. W. Little Bevls France irwin, Erwin My- Dr. Cooper, Rt I, on Talbott Ri
first this fall at the club
i I
and Mrs. Alfred Tomeilin hit rick, Walter Golding, Edward Little meeting FOR RENT 10 acres lade and I '4 mi. N. of Silver Palm. (ill)
hall Friday. All memben are ask
aunt Eugene Scherr, Randolph: 10
acres high pint Mrs. Chat.I>
ed to be present FOR SALE CHEAP .
Included Mist Jua- Edmond Pacettl Good automatic
The guests : Caves Philip I Camp. (poll)
nlta Carpenter Miss Mary Eliza- Topplno, Clinton Bishop, Truitt pump and tank Address
Mr. and Mr*. Geo. F. Ball *f FOR RENT CHEAP Box S-119. Leader-Enterprise
beth Ransom. Miss Willa Mae Ca- Bullard Martin Bishop Rex Faust, 30 F.I
Miami and Mrs. Ploy Camber and I
son, Miss Sue McGinn, Miss Betty Emory Dearing, Harvey Rue, Marvin I glad land. J A. Norwood, R. FOR SALE CHEAP Practically
son, Clayton were Sunday dinner
' Lou Miss Leola Lit- Prltchard and Uburn Nixon. D.
I Pot new 3-burncr
guest of Mr. and Mr. Newt G i, Florence oil

,BalL FOR RENT 20 acres glade land I stove and oven. M.... T. C. Seifert !I.

SILVER PALM CHURCH GIVES MRS. A. F ARTHUR HOSTESS Address Box S-llt, Leader-En- .' 27 N. W. 4t>i St., Homestead


.f Members of the Silver Palm I A. S. Darling was In charge

Church gave a reception for the of a program on Enlarging Home 'NOTICe' or APPLICATION FOB! TAX FOR RENT Apt., : large rooms.j i MISSIONARY STRAWBERRY

RedlanJ faculty Friday evening Horizons at a meeting of the 'I DEED : 3. E. exposure Also single !I I 1 plants 40c: a hundred H M.

followed by a covered dish supper Woman Auxiliary of the Presby- NOTICE(Itoaato I* HEREBY Bill No. 1(11 GIVEN A lit taol Oar.trad rooms Mrs. F M. Hunt, 110 N. Lyon Longview road, I ml west

Carl Wagner, the principal Introduced -I terian Church Homestead at the I W lllaan. .holder of State and County, W. 4th St (ps24-ol ; and 2 mi. south of Homestead
Tai Cartlftaata Wo. 4401 head doe Irt
the faculty members, and home of Mrs A. F. Arthur Wednesday dar of A...... A. D. fell boo flM Mm WANTED- Some honeit-to-gooJ-1 _____(617029)FOR
after community singing had been afternoon. Mr*. R. Y la air office. sod au audo apalfeotloa far
a tai .." to ao aamad th_ Bald. C... nest man and wife to share my SALE Good metal Interlock -
enjoyed, the Rev. Harley Core reviewed -I Burr gave the devotional and Mrs. tJfleabi *aibraoo4 the foll**Hnl aaMt......, home this winter Sleeping I I 1 shingles $8 a square GoodL
the history of the Eedland E. L. Nelson conducted the Bible I/,lniimUr la the county of Dado But of room & H electric
Florida lowltiLott entrance from porch. use of'{ rang. $10. G R.Oldendorfl .
school I study. Refreshments were served 10, H 15. Block IS. A.... kitchen bath. Plumbing Shop.
Cheap rent.
Those present were: Mr. and ,by the the hostess. Plot of EllMkalli ..." riot Rank 4, I Ernest -
1' Pair* 1>S. la the Coui.tr of. Dad. Slat T. Rhodes, box 83, Naran-II (a20.*U)
Mrs. Charles L. Mr. and
Ooley, : Present besides those mentioned of Flarlaa I
Ja. Fla.
Mrs. D. R. Snyder Mr. and Mrs :I were: Mrs J. M. Holferty, Mrs. The aamoaioat af add praatfrty under (pot) 4-ROOM HOUSE and lot, out of

W. H. Russell Mr. and Mrs. H. F. : D. P. Blake Mrs. Vane N. Harris, the. I MM VnknawaUahM. arrurteal. loved WM la la* aaawaf t FOR RENT J'/i acres scarified town. $'00.00 cash H, A. Cameron

i Mitchell, Mr and Mrs. Wagner'I IMr I Mrs R. E. Trotter, Mn. Paul Haley Mid ..run... ikall W ........... land. Close In. 3000. West CabInet -I' Jnll tf)

.-1 and Mrs, R. E. Trotter, MrsAnna Mrs Ben C. Plummer Mrs aaordlna will la a*law sold the ta property UM hi.....daaerlaadlh.rala bidder' Shop Homestead, Fla. I SALE
Carter, Mrs Flora Vihlen:I I H. J. Armstrong, Mr*. K. K'.. the O-W.b w door .. the flee 11I_ (ilT at) -r Tropical plants, cltru -
I I la the month of trees and tropical' fruit :
dar Otohcr IMT. woluhIt I a
Mrs. Daniel Mrs. Green
Margaret Clarke and three visitors Mr.
: It .. 4th dar of Orlebrr. IMT season Jungle Grove
Rives, Mrs Mary Polk, Mrs. Mary and Mn W. H. Thompson of MIami -t I Doted Ihla M dar of Bxiwailior. IMT FOR RENT Furnished apartment -1 Redlan4
I B. It. LEATHERMAN: $13 monthly. Mrs. C. R. road and Plummer drive
Furry Mill Kathryn Cast, Miss and Mrs.. A. Dreska of Wau-I (aleck of Clrt.lt Doors.Clroult .

Lillian Johnson, Miss Margaret, pum, Wls.'MRS t>ad* Caaatr, rtorlna.Humrrn Bigger (sJtf) I R. I. REDFRVERS-Ltvtororet*.

Delaney: Miss Myrtle KerfoofMUs i' I Court: hiIII'' N. e. Man: M. D. a.SePt. FOR RENT 1 apartments clean;I *d. Free delivery in city Phone

Ruth A. Murray, Miss Shirley J. R. incKsoN nOSTESS __ 8..10. I7. au.\\ well furnished Two have electric -i 533-M McEwen Poultry Flaak

4 Harkness, Miss Rebecca Fisher ,TO PRESBYTERIAN AUXILIARY:IIN TNR CIVIL COURT n. RECORD: 0" stoves and electric Ice boxes,I ""
i and Miss Elinor Payne. The Presbyterian Auxiliary met DAn. ('OUNTY, .OIIIOt. N.. '.Nt.NtTICR has I 311SCELLANEOUSPIANO
one ordinary Ice box and
,t Friday at 10 o'clock at the homeof LUMHKH COMPANY. INC. electric stove One apartmenthas
HELPING HAND CLUB TO I I oorpfinitkm' Plaintiff,, v. B1XIKAMUHEMENT TUNING and rvoaUlng.
J. R. Hlckson In Naranja to:
large screened porch. Very I Good
HAVE BENEFIT CARD PARTY'The COMPANY I orpmUmVefftlAmnt. used piano for nji cheap

Helping Hand Club will have I II I work.finish some sewing for welfare I NOTICE. 18 HFREBr GIVEN unit I.I' reasonable rent Concession to w. C. Koon. US N. W. 3rd St.
I ID. yearly tenants. Yearly tenants .
I C. COLEMAN, M sheriff of Umbel I II
:, a benefit bridge party Monday., A covered dish luncheon was Cminljf Fiends, under and kr drier of a I preferred. Good location I miles I
night I at Helping Hand hall on! served. I writ of tMontkni kwrtofon based out of'On directly north of Homestead on
kom entitled Court area the Judi I
Bauer drive and Redland road at I
Those present at the meetingwere I small onland In the. ahovo ityM souse Federal highway, corner Biscayne WANTED Honest efficientman
8 o'clock. The proceeds will '0'' : Mrs R. Y. Burr, Mr*. D. P. have levied sets UM rolknrinl does'bdproperly drive. Apply to owner i to work ,
boxel'tor 1' I b.wit" : on grove with rental
toward making up Christmas Blake Mr*. R. E. Trotter, Mr*. Lou IS hi S*. laelMln. of Block *. Mrs. Eva Collins at above address proposal for another
needy families i i Vane H. Harris, Mn A. S. Daring. LIBERTY CITY a aubdtaMaa. af Pod .yenr
I Write Box S-119
Invitediv. I Couatr. Florida. minorities to rime Leader-EnUrprise -
The public is J Mr*. A. F. Arthur, Mr*. Paul Haley tharoof roMrtid la Plot Book T, at .
Mrs. Geo. D. Ruehle and, pan Tt 04othe Publte. ...... of Dad 'FOR RENT 10 acres scarified (s24- >1)

M 8. CIRCLES HOLD I Cbur.tr .1 I land. $13 an acre. J L. Hilxm,I
daughter Nadine, and the hostess| as the property -f the above mated .... WANTED One male police pup
JEM EMBER: MEETINGS f.aannt. DIXII AMUSEMENT COMPANY,!I Naranja (aI3tf) not over 0 mo old. Box R MB
The W. M. S. circles of the First' a coraorltloa; ; and that aa to-wtt, too sit, .
I MRS WM. B. CAVES. JR. d>r af Ortohor. A. O IMT between tar l 11]HOUSE: FOR RENT or Leader-Enterprl (61"-01)
Methodist Church of Homesteadheld '_ bows of Pats namely .layoa aolH>lila 111-1
separate meetings Tuesday ENTERTAINS GlEANERS the faiaaaan tad two .'.....k la th*'! room and modern WILL BUY lime grove of 10 I I"? 40
Mrs. Wm. B. Caves, Jr.. was I aftarnooa. aa sold dar at the aoatk FVaat, RuMlng water, 2
at the homes of various members. Door of the Court Hmaa. ta M,..!, Dado acres or land suitable for sin"'.
Circle One met at the home qf Mrs i hostess to the Gleaner Class at Oa.n.. Florida I will Offer for saw sad porches Newly painted Inside Box W, Leader-Enterprise
Mrs. Gor- Mil .. aaMIe' eatery to Uw libfaaM sad
her and out
apartment TuewUy Garage, fruit trees. .
S. E, Livingston and[studlad RaA i I x best bidder far aa>k, la aaad paid, the (psIO "O
'ant Hearts," Paul ;otter to the' don tvey the president, presided 1 i ....... daicrlaad arawmr M Ih* raportr Couple only. W. W Severy, ears I
Philistines The devotional and during the business session During -I of tko. Mid defoadial ta Poultry! Mid an.InitloB. of Redds Dry Cleaners, Horor WANTED Young white won'" n,

Bible! study period was led byi i the social period fruit salad,I O. 0. COLEMAN' stead. experienced (rook for restau,.'nt.
1 sandwiches and tea were served* M sheriff of Dad County, Fl aWa.Br .I Box 141 Florida City. 11f)
Mrs Gem Ranson, and Miss Helen !', ORO r HOLLY Deputy Shwlff I

Livingston, the leader presided! I The next meeting will be held,, VICTOR P. GRILSYAttorney : !I IBopl. .__ LEGAL NOTICES __ II WANTED listings of h. k"s
'Oct 10. at the home of Mr*. Harry:, for Mulrrtlff
During the social hour punch and 1 I' ( S, M. IT. 14,Oct. I' "J Uekwws. and apartment for rent. tl, rr/

duke were served. J.I i I I I''Coo Those Per. attending were: Mr*. Elba II )1 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB TAX I' aooordhw Unlaai, MM M law carMflraU the .shall araoarar a* rjnri..... Behrens & Ben]. W. Morr N

Those present were: Mrs. S. I VFEUUtraalo hVtrala will bo told ta the hl..baM JCrome av*., north of 111l
I Walker, Mr*. Howard .Johnson!< Dill No lost A tjllNOTICS 1 I.. the o..urw.tho
Davis Mrs. D. L Bowen, Mr" J first at a.dar .I store .
Mn Alec Lanier. Mrs AlvIn I II : M HEREBY IVEN that B la the nanth of ........ ISS1. ...... ; phone 94. (nil) if)
W. Avery Mrs E. S. Caplinger i iI D. LM. holder. af state and County TaOortlflrat >, la the 4th dar' af OolaW. IMT
I Campbell, Mn J. Lee Smith Mrs .... TUT Wed Daltd thai .
Mr'*. A S. Moye Misses Esther and tho 1th daaf let dar af RwMahar IMTE.
Wynn Tyner Mrs. Dexter Home,. July.. A. D KM ha flied MaM I. airaffaM. B. LEA1HCBMAMClork i
Helen Livingston and Mr*. Llv- I and KM aiad ........_ far a ta.I UrwiH Cant. Buy a Home
Mrs. Russell Home Mrs. S. Li
Ihgswss.Circle. died to b* hexed Uiaram. Slid CirtlfloalaaihraoM :Ooaalr rajrUa.iCImUOaart !
West Mrs. Askew Smith, Mrs ; the. fullowlmi daawlkad pmoarUrila asolDoe. Buy Grove Land
Two will provide flowers I the County. at Dado. Hal af Florida,I Dr N C. BTMRKTT D '
Alvin Simmons, Mrs. Clifford la-wit i I I I8WH .. C'I'
for the church during the monthof Campbell, Mrs Cooper, Mrs. lyey, of swig of SWVJ BMtloa U. I
October It was announced oil I Township South, Run IS Eo.1.nlnlm ".. : NOTICI Purniio.; '41.1
and Miss Ann Lee. "A I* > firm belief
M that
i hl.b
the meeting of that group at the I* ... mm or low U tko I DUD
Otmtf of Dado. BUM of PlorMa. I I (B..... BIILNa> IMt A lt>* I er price are Imminent.
horn of Mrs. J. A. McNeill. 1\11..1' I'A- : The aMMMioal of Mid pmiwrtr an W!,> NOTICK IS JtftXKHY GlUM TEAT
Jennie Lobdell led the devotional BENEFIT is HELD the MM oorllflrato issued vai M UM also OaKrUdo "III....... order of SUtCauntr sad Don't quibble about J Nice.
AT REDLAND PARSONAGE d. Joka W. >T....lta.Unl I 1 Tai Canlflral No INT trued the' DOB wait
and conducted a Bible quiz. Ice, : M Mid oortlflMtf ....11 k. tWoWot.od ate dar af Auau.1 A. D. IMI has filed Boy new.Yoe'U ,
cretin and cookies were served. A benefit bunco party was held aMvnllKf ta low MM aroportr dMrrlbHlaorola ', MaM ht air of'.... and baa m4t aovllra
I oslll W said Uaa fur a la. dead to b* Intend Miaraoa.
a ate ki.b.st kkMorat : thank far .
Those attending were: Mr Joel 1 I at the parsonage of the Redland tko Coart-WiM, diM oa tko flat; Hon.,, (.M Canlfknla aaibraaM aka faHuwla 1 me this ass
J Robinson, Mrs. O. R. Brown.I'Community Church for the Ep- day is the ..ntk af IMoWr IMI, wklctl1th. I dented amaarUt la tko Oou.tr. af Da.ta, geslloa a few months bent
44 4tk af I sate af Florida, ta-wk
dar Ortnoor
Mrs, Robert Glenn Mr*. II L.|I worth League Tuesday evening. 1Ioto4..ll lot dor af Binrt-onhw, IMTB. I, Lola f ta *, Mark I*. And Plat IL A. Cameron

Brown, Mrs. IL M. Gibbs, Mrs.|,I The high score prize was won by B. LtATHKRMAM I IClork Elisabeth Fark. a Sibda.. Plat Bank 4,
of Clranlt duos, I Fan ,... la the County at Dade, SMHf
Molli Wlngste, and Mix Lobdell. Gotch KufcMt and the consolation I Da41I Croats. ........ Florida. _
Mr*. Dan William wa hostess I prize by Jack Turner. C...... cart .... The _" of sale. ,,_ '
,' I ay N. C. STxulrrr: D. C.sari .... MM MrtlflMW ...... VM la UM aaia
to Three at her home In Those present were: Mr. and
Circle / a. 14 If. 5t/, i af J U"_..
Modello. Mrs J. E.: Davis the leader Mrs. Emeriti Douberly. Mr. and I UNION, said arrtlflnil shelf I. rudnajad DR. M. A. BERGER
I NOTIUI or Arri K-ATK* used ta tho
FOR TAJ a n. law ppuoalta dWrrlbrdthmlo
presided gave the devotional|Mr. Kufeldt Mrs. Jesse Greer DEEU: will ko add M tile kafhoH U4ar at
and conducted a study on "Howto Mrs. G. O Kufeldt Miss Ellen I I....... SIR No. last Ii I2al I UM Catvt-hauM door oa the HIM Moods
KOTKB 15 HEREBY: GIVEN tM New la th wroth af Oetoboa IMT which i DentistFirst
Use the Bible Ice cream and I I Vann, Mia Nellie Mae Martin Halt L Baoor, koMor af lUto and Wang u. tit dar af (Mobar. IMT
cake were served by the hostess.! Miss Francis Lott Mines Marie Tax Cortlrteau No f4'H based the 14 I Dated thai MM day af A........ IWK. .
'' dar at AocaM, A D IttT, kaa tllad Maw' B. LCATBERVA.N:
The member present Included:' and Sophie Borgardt, Mia Mary' la air offlo.. sad kaa aiad apaUMtVia fur, Clerk af Closets OoarLOaaa National Bank
Mrs. J. J. Richard Mr*. J D. Byars, Misses Emlli and Mary! a tai dad M ko based Uwrai*. SVild Uoa.Uftoala Oaawly rwrida
Redd. Mrs. J. E. Davis, Mrs Just Engel Miss Myrtle Canon Min nakran* tko f lbwas do.rrlbdl I Clients cowl Baal Building
la UM County at Dada state of, Br' M S BTFRBETT. 1% AlAaa.
A. Daugherty Mrs. F Ftelta, Mre Ullle Ma Campbell Mls Alice I;=t wit. IT. aorta .. II. IT)

C A. Williams, Mrs J P Dye Mrs Harford Mia Kathryn Cast, Miss that Lot_-It Blaeb... Pan L Edoswaas... a the Gowns Masw. Office Hours 8:3o.-t:30

E. S. Pickering and Mn. Dan Wil- Elizabeth Craft, Miss Lillian SwtttkjbJJii 14 Dad. *laW at ".,...,. Want Ads Pay-Try Them Open ETCBlnc by Appoint"
The aajanai.nl at New praporlr maVrltho
JIMIIo. =t *,Jan*,Jtobertson, Johnny help snowiness Issued woo tm any sow


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SOLD FOR$15,000 .vnc FeVa service Lea- Sanborn i APRICOT f
ase will have earparate comviaBlo dated
j Bandar at 7J1 a. m.
followed br breakfast al ham NECTAR
t II Puitcn retired 3ovmtifnt Coffee
of Mr. ,a'ln. Robert aBr
employee of Waihlnetoi, D.
C. has b igiit the E. 1. Carter acre grovel:aM on Silver lain nUT BAPTIST CHURCH cans
<:'ive, r M-fovrth mile west of 8c,t t<_Morning aermenlMan'l 0 3,14 1.114
Krome avenue,end he and I bto'A- DHtIn,"! evening ter- 24c Z5c
n will move soon into the meal "The Dancer et Net- .
garage cpartmcnt en the P''o Irl,. led".
The file, completed Tuo"lay. Sept. tt Pram service. LONG ISLAND IRISH Del Monte
wn handled by Brooks, Inn, rf abject:"A Thloa of He.,.",."
Homestead ant Miami hi co-opjrp- Potatoes ItO 'J.7c PEACHES
tlon with E. U. Blanton of the Walter nUT PRESBYTERIAN CHTRCH
a Wilson real estate office at Sept to-11a, ... Mem. No. 2V2 can 19c
Miami Beach. The coniiderii'jnWM tat sermon br piston et 7 TRIPLE CREAMED
Miami Sprints young people
reported at approximately MoU'
111,600. Brook, Inc., of which will present a pretraa 3.lb.
f Chai. t. Brooks of Miami la president I SPRY SSe AppleSauce
and J. R. Brook of Home Included In the purchnM bucket
t stead :ia rti. font manager, eared There are 20 acres In grapefruit I 2 No. 2 cans 19c
for the grove sand marketed the grove the present crop of which LllliY'S Save the Coupons
fruit for Mr. Carter, who\ divides loci to the new owner and will be I Awle-Strawberl' '
I Mi residence between Freemont. picked and marketed through )
I: O and Miami.end.will continue to Udland Citrus Growers AIIOCHl-1 MILK 3 tall cans 20c J A 1\1
care for the grove.A lion of Homestead The
oi wells and 20 will be planted to I .
system irrigation acres 28 oz. jar 25e
-: machinery, tractors, and other,Persian limes tt the rate oi five PURE GOLD, plain orseJ-risinr - -
iLim and grove equipment wc-u or ten acre per year. !
if); Flour 201b.bag 7Sc KELLOGG'SCORNFLAKES '

; 1937 DURKEE'S Ask about FREE percolator or 2 for .. ___n 15c '
set of glasses. BI'

J Tested Tomato Seed OLEOMARGARINE, lb. 19c Super Suds I',' '

,,,, Igo pkg. ..... 20e

:11 F Our tomato seeds have been tested and proven I VEGETABLES Fresh MeatsFRE ::ke plate
; en in Dade County and Florida. Come in and
; let us tell you about them.BURPEE'S GRITS
3 Thompson' Seedless Kraft Giant Loaf .
i.!. RUTGERS, American 5 Ib S. .. 19c21bs. ,1

3IARGLOBE, GLOBE Fresh Golden Bantan lb. ......--. 24c RICE 1IJ

0. GROTIIEN GLOBE, I SCARLET TOPPER, CORN Country Roll 5 Ibs. .- ..- 23c ''p


6 ears . 24c PEA
: lb. 39c /
:1.Grantham on -----
Fresh Garden 2 Ib S. 15.1/
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SPINACH Swift's Circle S Picnic

} Seed Store II A 1\1 S STANDARD
lb. -. .. -10c Corn or Pens

: PHONE U lb. ... 29c
: South I Cooking -
F1..ler Avenue Homnkae, J1a.I No.2 can _ 9t
Western Chuck
APPLES FREE Pocket, Knife

5 lbs. .. ,. 23c ROAST 'with Thompson'

I Large Crisp Head lb. .... .. -. ... 24c Malted Milk

\ LETTUCE Western can. .. .. 45c
: i

"/ .\ 1 2 for .- __ 17 RQund Steak Armour' Star

'i kl Golden Ripe lb. u.. ..... 25c Peanut Butter

''::J BANANAS Boned and Rolled 2 lb. jar ...... 29c

!.1J Carey Roofs 3 1bs _ lOc Rib Roast Ceiltified

{ SWEET lb. __ 32c DillPickles .

: ,' i Make Your'Dollars BickerWB POTATOES Boned and Rolled qt. Jar on- 11C MWMIR :

'lift{ CARRY CAREY ROOFINGS IN 5 lbs. -.. .. .. 19c Tomatoes
: and varieties suitable tor every buildIng lb. .. . 31e
from the fine residence to the small poultry Fresh 2 No.2'cans 15t

/ Local Fresh Dressed u
houae These roofs, mail bj* manufacturer with'; Radishes or Green
over M yearn of successful experience, cost DO FRYERS JlERSIIErs'Omons
more than ordinary rooQpgt.
.. ... 35c
; That's why your dollar grows when you buy roo, bunch .6clb. -----
lag from us-our pdc.tllllcI quality will prove It I per .." Banquet Sliced 2lb2 .can. ..- -. 23c
Cake Flour.
,/ 'TELETHONS M HOMESTEAD, FtA. lb. ._... .__. 40c
\ ,:::;;;-' stalk ..-.on -- 12c Fresh pkg. ..._.. .. 29c -

Starke Delicious Eating OYSTERS SUNBRIG


TA.ViyAHDFQK OVGtt GO YEARSI 3 lbs ... ..... 19c per qtr ....n.. 65c 3 cans ..... 14c

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