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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: October 1, 1937
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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THE LEADERENTERPRISEVOLUME




XXV-NO. 40 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1937 PRE FIVE CENTS r




i: -rRODUCTrLANT S' URGED HERE 1








POTATO.MEN In. D. I. A.Monday Secretary Night Calls to MeetingFor Hold Election POTATO cHiPs AND STARCH!




ORGANIZEFORGROUP The annual election of duet 4ors-beta staged la February -Mrs..
of the Kedland: District Improvement Stewart authorized the nwtai SOY BEAN AND AVOCADO OIL

Association, let In the charter] statement:
for the tint Monday in September "Several prominent members
ACTION but not yet held this year because haVe called my attention to Paragraph .
MAY SPELL PROFIT MARGINTHE
no mectlri of the etodatlor 2, Article '. of the charter
bur been called) 1837 will take of the association on file in the
place next Monday night .t a court house In Miami which reeds
John W. Campbell Head meeting announced yesterday b] M follows: -
Steffanl Looks Ahead in
Association Dade Mrs. Clmi Stewart aeete**I". 'Dlrecton shall be elected by WEATHER
Present officer of the association the ballot .t the membership *s I Talk on District'sBasic

GrowersREFERENDUM are: president, W. W. Johnston provided by the by-laws, annually tew.e..a amen WMtW senses"rqwrt tt..s&el Uw aubaswt 11o i... IndqstryDlVERSU'1EO'
; \lce-preskient W. a Tlbott' : m the first Monday in September
VOTES secretary, Mrs Stewart; treasurer of each year. The first election Date IMam.MIn; ] Bang Ratty CROPS

,TAKEN AT :MEETING Wm.., Ounlop wider this charter wlU be held on Sept II ,__..I| 84 | II !121.961 .41
in announcing the meeting the first Monday In September. Sept 25 ._ I 78 | 70 | A3 SALVATION' OF AREA

Benefits Paid for Staying which will be the lint test? sine* and annually thereafter It win Sept 28 _. .::1| IS | 70 | ..39Sept
Dee,7,193ewheq, etJn were be the duty of the director elected 27 ._. __.I!I 17 |88 !2995! Next 2 Years to Witness
Within" Goal Are suspended with the understandingthey at each election to meet immediately Sept 28 ._. 82 |17f |129.117 .24 Great Progress Club
ExplainedPotato ; would be 'totaled; after the and, select the officersof Sept 2t T. I 70 '2UI, toll ,

Dade County tropical Fair hid the corporation. Sept 90 83 I 60130-011| | 2.70LOW Is ToldA

Jl't4'eh of pad County. I A great many of the memben
assembled 10 the Blue Goose peck have expressed the fear that th change from one crop twining'

log house ft Goulds last night, cast PALM CEMETERYHAS recent attempt: fore Dade County PINE LAND to diversified farming saved IhW
their votes in the referendum tare fair Association to secure district during the depression

potato goal under the soil ,.en- FULl: TI IESEXTON' $1500 from the county eommlasionen i years, ad now we need a soil
servatlofl program and tornird the for the purpose of holding CROPS HIT SOME building program and the develop

nucleus e( a potato aswdatioii 19 a fair in Miami will be interpreted anent of MW cutlet for out pvrtih-

facilitate group' action for educational ON JOBA (Continued on Page Ten} BY 8-INCH RAIN able crop through by-product Industries
purpose County Agricultural
Agent C. H. Steffanl sold in
a
John W. Campbell of Princeton .
full time will be ANNUALSAFETYTESTSTO'STARf talk OB "Our Basic Iftdvstry at *
sexton employed -
was elected president 4f the asso. !
neJa" tomatoes planted I SA
dinner useeting.of the JI\InIeI.IctI.t
elation H* will head a board.efdirectenv for Palm Cemetery:: at Na ce/
r : s ow.$I wore under.water jeaterday -; BUfbr' end' PWfesslona Wo
te.bee apesei.. *- banjo it1ealns'k wrMitest'Ps'Masightrwhen .' a* the result of '01 inches, men' Club In the American Legion
representative from each packinghouse the South Dad Cemetery .of rain that fell In'the 48 hours hall Monday evening.
or shipping group In, the ended Thursday morning Wednesday
Association met and elected HERE MONDAY Heads ef civic organizations end
county who will work IA eo-opere. morning the rain gauge at the
Won with the county agent or) matters directors, Subtropical; Experiment Stationregistered I other local leader with their bus.

pertaining\ to 1h*<*potat* Industry I John Martin of Rcdbnd was 411 Inches: for the preceding bands ef wives were special guests
.
in this eetion Th* annual test of drivers, tights at this meeting. when th* first of ayear's
24 hours, and Thursdaymorning
then appointed temporary sextorw, and brakes of automobile using program on "Our Town'sBusiness"
there win be no dues or fee it registered 170 inches.
Director elected are Tom Harris the streets of Homestead win begin was giveit
attached to membership In the Flora D. A. D. end lest for ten Absence of sunshine after the
Mrs. Mym. Mender day Mr. Steffanl) opened Ms t.ilV by
association
rogle, E. U Lawrence, Mrs Chast. Flours will be from 8 a. m. to S a In. however, wlU minimi the telling of the 1929 crop- 2&ma
Potato growers who were unable Harper, Mrs W. M. Bradley PI m. daily, and the test will be damage If the water does ads standon -.I acres of tomatoes-and the 192J17 -
to attend ;the meeting i sal night atGoulds Sam.J. Davie, L. U Cbaadler.and made on South Krome avenue In the field much longer In any when
may cast their ballots for vent, It U pointed out, moat of the crop 18,000 acres -
Mrs, C. E. Flchenberger Proceeding front of Legion ball by the Homestead I foreign! competition ruined the
or against a potato goal or acreage to elect a president from police force.. early tomatoes are on high land
market and the crop were not all
limit today or; tomorrow at the the membership Outside the boardof New windshield sticker, recognized and even those farmers who moo y
county agent offices In the driver's, fend damage can yet replant with- picked.
directors, in accordance with as a license and safety "Diversification resulted lie
chamber of ccminere building at by-town of the association, the seal, In Miami and other nearby out loss of much time, labor or said. "Today we have seven. eight

e Homestead or in the county courthouse new directors chose Chaa. J. Cavesof Incorporated areas, will be placed fertilizer. i or nine thousand acres in tomatoes
at Miami or at the Blue Homestead, one of the leadersIn on each car that passe the test Three storm sewer ditches were 18,000 acre In diversified

Goose packing' house at Goulds.At the current campaign, to clean I* the past the Homestead windshield dug and erncrated over on South and *
the meeltnff lust night; conducted up,improve and beautify the cemery < sticker has been a great flagler avenue this week to drain .. W* now lead the' staten f
under the auspices of the E. L. Lawrence was elected convince for Redland District tending pool of water left by the potatoes.

Bade County Soil Conservation vice-president, and Mrs. Bradleywas resident having business In raillL One U to front of the -In the next: ten years v". win
Association, it was explained that elected secretary-treasurer A Miami during that city' annual Homestead Growers packing progress further and other 1I1Ir!-
a'grower' could vote for the po. committee to audit the book of the safety drive. bows, one In front of the Florida i cultural Industries will come W*

Uto goal without obligation to fix association before they are turned A motorist doe not have to be I East Coast Fertilizer Co. plant, and must' have come other outlet for 1
a goal, for MrVisell If the grower over to the present tttictnU com a resident of Homestead to stand the third in front of Brooker Lum- .i our perishable crops-truck crop:
vow for a goal, it will be up to taw posed of Mr. Lawrence, Mr. Harris the safety tests and get the sticker ber Co. atom 'and fruits. By-product plant
individual grower a,, to whether
and Mrs. Harper.Grapefruit .
have been the solution in C illfornla. -
K make application for the benefits > Found For Instance, California uses I
to b* paid Uu.- who cut down Doubling Amount of Phosphate
ShipmentsStill I S. to 49% of her lemons end
their acreage.As .
Advisable Pine Land Tomatoesdetermine oranges for by-produru She
anr example of the benefits Small in Volume on
loses PO these but she \althe
-
td be paid unde the soil conservation ,
(Continued On Page FOUl
program to potato grower U Grapefruit shipment eon- By W. M. Flflrlit If tie addition of manganese -
the referendum carries* Jt was> IntNr to be small la the Redland the advisability ''TakePJace
Experiments Indicating sulphate to the regular fertilizer L. R. Recker
mid hat It ', who last year
a ETC \tt:
District where fruit from an un-
of doubling the amountof was profitable.The .
panted 100 acres and got a yield usually tat bloom la slow in meet- over the amount On Florida City Council
of 100 bushel to the acre, wouMitt : phosphate results indicate rather definitely
of th- Juice content -
CO acres sc hi* goal tot 1937-38, nt requirement usually applied la the fertilizer. the phosphoric! acid In a Lawrence Becker, former mayor
test, E. A. Carter, manager of
for "pineland1 tomatoes OQ1.w more limiting factor than either of Florida City, recently selected.:
h* would be t>ald $' an acre on Redland Citrus Growers, said yes.Cerday .
lire total of 80 *ci ed"ff he did not land are described In a report Just potash or nl VIelfot' tomato te fill I vacancy exceed his goul. The benefit released by the Subtropical Experiment yield on these pineland soils, at Sty tow council was sworn in at "
t{ is probably just as well forth Station The tests, carried meeting
paid are commuted at six oentaa least when they are first cropped. tie regular of the council -
1Mh// grover, hawwer. hersaid, as on over a .five-year period by Th data, presented show that Irl* Tuesday night Councilman'
prices.tr* down owing toe plenti- of the fecal station staff,'
Agent C H. ( members creasing the phosphoric acid content award Staling, another recent appointed
who County called the''meeting'and\ gtefai presided ,- tart supply**. ther fruits ew-the have also shown that the additionof to 14% increased the yields to the council. Was granted'a

until the ,prgrn perfected said 4trat, tM* awes* weather !get frosty rand cute pit per ton to the fertilizer has the entire application of a standard week WllUII, b*.make a tacnUurettip.
potato yield isat'ear. ,,wss '174 this northern"fruit Supply;JvrlffS consistently increased yields sufficiently 4-T- formula. Doubling the pot- "
bxuhals to tile *#"; so the benefits will not b* expected to-be very' to more than offset the ash percentage of the basic control The ordlnalict amending the;
pkfi those reducing their acreage attractiv1 he said." additional cost mixture Increased the yield in a beer and liquor :,cease prevlslonat

If t"7-88 irovld, '"I, propr *n- Mr. Carter sstlmte ity grealet.CONIFER! ,' land Otttw Growers had shipped I described In the report were to extent ef Increase did not Justifythe vadlrf Aft ofdhwrMe t9 ertavtbr
I. not much more shah 3,009 states of determine the relative value for a coat Increasing the nitrogen Iowa's traffic refuUOone to

HIGHEST DEGILE& 'grapefruit tine it started packing 'fall crop of pineland or. '"rock- content from 4 to I percent actually eontorm with the latest safety

The highest merit degree In Odd.. operations Oat September 1*. fend" ,tomatoes of fJT different reduced the yield*'' in three out i ftcotoawBdallaiw, fitrpmt by

,fellowship will ton/erred.at 119J The sam* corOajoM are sail .* fertilizer ratio. 12} sl Wgh-B ly- of five year of testing. Marshal Wra. J Ceronimo, was
W Fourth street, Miami, to- Obtain at Silver Paint Citrus Grow* *fertilizer. at compared with a The Mgh-eAalyd (* 1-2o.20) reported by Town Attorney Ermstf
orrew night at 8 o'clock.: en Association in Bedland. the standard low-analysl nateifal, fertfltier was significantly out Roberta to be ready for tbeitcnogiapber

:Th public invited to b* pra- other ovoperattva packing house (t) different rates of application yielded by the control. mixture It will be iMre-
... V el UM Ustrict, at a etandar'ittos' aWa.ead'lyle\ ; tdMisnaMt WT s* fwnr' "I dined at tile next regular meeting.of' ,-



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ENTERPRISE Friday, October i, 1937
THE LEADER
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Auto Plants for Season I Courtesy and Safety Go Hand in Hand u.

I r Prepare Busy I Says Chief Chevrolet] Engineer .

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I I Detroit, Sept. 30 -. It is strange would really lose no time at aft ''
but nevertheless true, that many: by leaving a (op ahead when approaching '.
'persons who wouldn't think of a cross ttreet At soon
M 'plowing through a drawing room aj cross-traffic hat cleared h*
twr with cries of "uangway! Here I, will be on hit way again with no.j"
'rome''' climb into their cart everyday net lot whatever. And the fel-/
: of the week and commit, on low whom he let through will be'
'the streets and highway, the exact merrily on hit way
.parallel of that social offense said "I know one driver who always .
''I. M Crawford, chief engineer of makes It a point, when driving ,
,Chevrolet division of General heavy traffic, to pause for cross*
Motor Corporation. traffic 10 go through He does I It\
( Thlt fact tend point to the even when there If a car-length or ,
slogan of 10 many safety campaigns to which would permit him to"
| to the effect that courtesy deaf Intersection himself. The,
,and ..feb"o hand in'hand," he point U' he explain, that only
i staid "'It'i a long time since Al- about one driver in dozen will
I jphonse and Carton disappeared jive these other fellows a break.If .
from.ihr comic pages, but the I don't stop the procession long
!spirit of 'You lust, my dear Al- enough to let them cross, the line
phonw would go I long way, to- may start and stop half a. dozen
day-to femedy traffic Ills, times before someone take pityon
"One* of the moat glaring instances them and does It.
1 of discourtesy i*to be teen "Cart today embody comfort approaching

.........._'- -, -. on almost any lot"s*artery, duringthe that doetn't of the to drawingroom. be
ruth hour. Traffic on the There teem any
From time Immemorial the word 'forging" has implied the hammering or beating of hot metal into through street will pile up solid food reason why motorists should
I a desired ship Now It la possible, by exerting tremendous pressures, to literally squeeze the red-hot ly, blocking Intersecting streets, not take their drawing room man-
metal Into shape. This new 1,000-ton forging press, arriving at the Chevrolet Forge Plant In Detroit, | that It U only: bY' matching I ne.*. when they climb In behind i
will forge steering gear parts. (110 .. with rudeness, and fore the wheel It enough driven will !

ball drop" test. A half pound,leg their way through that drlv- do It, they will not only serve the .
Safety Glass "Sandwich" Must Pass steel ball la dropped on I specimen era on the latter can cross busy end' of lately but facilitate the ,'\
well"
movement of traffic as
I thoroughfare
from various heights. Safety glass
Tests in "A moment't reflection Would 1
Rigid Inspection FactoryDearborn usually resists breaking until the READ THE WANT ADS
ball I* dropped from II feet. It convince any motorlat that he
-- strikes eta speed of 11.1 miles per
Mich. Sept. 30-Safety wanted solvents and cause rejection hour, with i blow of eight foot I
slap used In windshields and of the batch. pounds. Plate glass of the tame J
windows of motor cart today mutt In the early days: of safety glass thickness would break when the i
be a* perfect at human Ingenuityand : manufacture before all the problems ball it dropped only II to 24 Inches. Oldest Chevrolet
scientific knowledge can makeIt
were solved plastic sheets I Specimens alto arc left Indefinitely -
in the view of laboratory chiefsof _1'1.eel which eventually be in a humidity cabinet
the Ford Motor Company. came discolored due to destructive;
with a temperature o( 140 degrees
For this reason, tests at exactIng action of actinia tun ray*. Rainbows Fahrenheit and a humidity of 99 1
at those which control the appeared In the sandwich to (7 per cent to determine whether -I Dealer East Coast
fashioning of I fine scientific instrument and these ultimately rendered such the teal will resist such con on
are employed: the man. glass useless ditions. Another teat calls for
ufscture of safety glaaa at the Today plastics Which resist such exposing specimens a refrigerated
lord Rouge plant at Dearborn, discoloration over long periods are cabinet where they are -subjected -'
Mich. The glass plant U one of employed, but constant tests are to temperatures of 10'der IN HfflfjBy 'SINCE:
the moat modern at well at one of conducted to make surd that every: greet above aero, zero and 10 do-, BUSINESS$ 'r.r.r.r.f MARCH ing
the largest of the units of the Rouge I piece of safety flint used la of frees below zero, ta check reaction -f LwNTRUCKS
plant. Recently: new grindingand proper quality. Such teat com,, ti col polishing mill costing $3,000-(prlset exposure of a safety gloss A final test la to expose specimens -I
000 were installed. sample to rays: of a quarts mercury: to sunlight on the root of the
Safety glass It I "sandwich" of vapor tube for 1,000 hours. This ',
giant plant, tilted at a 43deg"angle
two sheets of glass cemented to a la known at the "Uvlarc" test The' !
middle sheet of transparent plat-,emanations front this tub are so Still, for other two specimens eanl. are sent to 1930 Chevrolet 1 Ton; cab and body.
tic Such ( safety glass "sand rich In ultra violet rays that such Ford branches In Florida and CslIfornla -
wich" mutt resist the destructive an exposure la the equivalent of: for testing in service : 1928 Chevrolet 1 Ton; flat body.
effects of weather and the) actinia) 20 :yean In Michigan climate or 1} 11'1.1DL 1
rays ..f sunlight and must be suitably ,:yean In Florida or California. The 193Q Ford D W; flat body.
Itron,. lit outer surface,'''light of.the tube it to powerful al B. r.
must b* essentially para' wise. it would fall to transmit standing six feet away tor three or Optometrist
erly views of the road ahead. four minutes. It YEARS'
The tests employed to proP-I I' Parallelism of the glass surface battles la Hetlte USED CARS
these factors are Intended la checked by use of a laboratory: Rooms land7McCrory
sure that every sheet of safety Instrument Arcade
resembling a surveyor's
glass which goes Into the manufacture -:transit A laboratory: attendant Hours: 1930 Ford Tudor; new top; good tires; mechani-
of a car or truck meet tht'lights through the Instrument to a Sat.irday ... _,. 7 30 to 10 p.m cally A-l e
various rigid Inspection require.ments. glass sample against I target of MAIN OFFICEt12et '
It not, the glass It reject hair-fine lines TM slightest divergence W. Flatter, Miami FK 1931 Chevrolet Cabriolet; good tires; motor good
ed.The j from parallelism shown I'hOMII23I5.715a shape.
first test it to submenu a up by this test
sample ot safety glass !. boiling'':, Most spectacular It the 'stsel- Dr. LV.. Stebblns. Associate 1936 Chevrolet Sport Sedan; new paint; good
water for tight hour This It Intended -
to Insure that no low boll- tires; motor perfect shape; Fisher no draft 1

Ing point solvents are present lathe ventilation; steel body; hydraulic brakes. :
material cementing the two
glass sheets to the plattki. If For Sate 1931 Chevrolet Sedan; new paint; new scat covers '
bubbles should appear they would ; good tires; Fisher no draft ventilation.
Indicate the tiresenc of such tin-

1933 Chevrolet Sedan; new paint; good seat covers

Let Us RECONDITIONED FARM MACHINERY ;A-l.no draft ventilation good rubber; motor


RejuvenateYoikCar 1930: Chevrolet Club Sedan; a cheap car at a cheap

3 F-12 Tractors guaranteed price.
I'
1829 Plymouth Sedan; make us an offer
like
1W-12 Grove Tractor new
Wood Work
Get i New Chevrolet for Beauty and Style-Protection -
Fender
Body Repairs
MowersRakes -*- Discs and Safety-Thrift, Comfort and

Tops and Trimming '- Smoothness-Performance, and Valoe. A
Seat Covers Plows'Planters Potato Digger proven product
Painting I

Spray Pots-Ga.Stocks -Hand Tools


Art's Paint Shop Electric Drill Vise Compressor Bird

Ml N. nOD ATK. upd.S. '
Regular terms ''Chevrolet

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Friday, October 1, 1937 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pan Th'Pe


DOVE SEASON IS County, agent:Usually Miry, to II i selling'consists mainly of one at Use Leader Enterprise

I I the grower the knowledge gained tractive phrase which leaves such Classified Columns For .:

OPENINMONROE.DADE.BROWARD through their state experiment i I APT prostpln \ Best Results They Pay.
I stations, but In the tropic climateof ;
Dade County, with Its Umerock .forfeit bur) product la desfrib'Ing -
: grove land and marl farm land, OF BLUE Blue Sunoco: as Ikfgh geared'we
conditions are so totally different 1 believe we have.struck upon
from those obtaining in other: such a phrase.
parts of the state that little evolvedat "This Is because wise motorists
Tallahassee, Sept. 30 The I "A successful business Is
the state experiment station applied know that to save gasoline and P
sound of the opening guns of the 'I which not only holds Its old
: down here he reminded his save power they should get in high :
1937 in Florida, tomers but I
hunting season continually E
,
hearers. The experience of successful quicker and stay in high longer,
first heard September 15th when patrons," H. J.
new says
studied and relayed And from tests of BlueSunoco's
growers was I ; our own F
the season for shooting rail in the district branch manager of the that'i
to newcomers by the Dade high test acceleration, we
IIIIt marshes of the late arrived, I Oil Company.
agricultural extension office until believe that motorists will find It
will lOOn' be augmented by the "In our business, we have
the Subtropical Experiment Sta- I enables them to get a quicker,
volleys to be fired In Browsrd[tion was established In 1930 at fear about the loss of our old 'livelier high geared performance
Dade and Monroe counties where 4General
tomers, because we are
of
Homestead. Now the findings out of their ran. Consequently,
the dove season opens October 1 the experiment station staff here sure that Blue Sunoco's this Is the theme of our present
to be In full swing through No- I ance will hold any customer, Incidentally
can be taken to the growers, asa advertising campaign.
vember 15. The special dove I criteria by which to guide their I he has tried this motor fuel In know of many motorists who
season In the three counties! of the operations.The own cat; but. of course, we have found that Blue Sunoco'i
lower east coast It fixed by federal:I community service commit-i have the problem of pick-up la so pronounced that they
regulations to meet phase !In dove I tee of which Frank B. Rue Is chairman -] new customers In order that can get Into high quicker and stay Public Utilities
migration not fully understood. It will have charge of next sales and our organization l In high Ktiger, and if this won't
U aid that doves enroute to some't week's program, President W. E..1 continue to grow."Frequently lave gasoline, I ask you what I i Homestead none tOS-M
area beyond Florida, apparently Rheney announced. I i we have found will?" I
tart their winter journey from:
their northern breeding I1'OUDdl1|
earlier than do the doves that will gZ. *- .
winter farther up tate; or, per-\
haps. Intent on an abundant teed
harvest In more tropical asa,'
hasten on toward their far goal,
scarcely pausing until they reach
this section of Florida, where they I
tarry for a few weeks !
The hours for hunting I doves or
rails I* fixed li T a. m. to sunset, I
and the bag limits for a day on'
doves and taus at 45. The state i I'
limit a season's bag to 200. State ,
and Federal governments prohibit
shooting doves over baited areas,or I
shooting wittri gun larger than a ,
10 gauge. Federal authorities ,r r iv y 'w.
require automatic or band operated -
repeating shotguns of greater
capacity capacity ,,1t1a plug that cannot
be removed from the Ipadjnf end
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Local Group Attends "j.,...

Union League Meeting!
1
t* -.J.-
c Misses Antlonette and HetenJMoyeTTKrHelen
l FleldT; MlssVar-!

p Jpry Redd, Miss Betty .Richards,i
Miss Nell Sauls, Miss Wary Mc t 1
Neil, Mils Ctfie Booth Miss Mar- r.P tea
tha Close. Mill Marybelle Olbbi.
the Rev. J. J. Richards and James
Booth of Homestead and the Rev. '
T. H. Norton pastor of the Silver
Palm Church attended a meeting -
of the Epworth Leagues of
the Miami District in the Riverside
Methodist Church on Sept. 23.
The Rev. H. G. Cowan union
pastor, was the speaker for the'
evening. An organ solo was played -
by Prof. Marvin Norton assistant I
music director of Miami High
School. I
t The next union meeting will be
I
held at Grace Church in Miami.
I

AG. EXTENSION I o D 1yf


fST SPEEDED J


IBy BOLL WEEVIL; r r i c f .3 # 4 tl1


The terrific losses suffered by 1
the advent of the hot! weevil In;
1S10 started agitation that Jed to.
the passage of a bill in congress la''
1814 creating the .agriculture' extension -
service whereby the WiieJ/lfftoii&JM
knowledge gaped by university'
and experiment station: researchwould
be taken direct to the grow
er in the field by trained INn,
I
County A.,.nJ C. H. Steffanl told
Homestead Rotarians In a talk on l\ "TO- SAVE
'the, hUtom and of, .
.the agricultural extension service'at
their meeting Wednesday noon i*
'fa Legion haltThrough
'the Asbury-Lever acts
" federal funds are made availablefor GET IN I
r tlng with tne.varipu .
:and thelf counties ia.'maln-

tjlnirg county agrlcutturaNagentshtl .! f Jned g Meer,eo u
-[ home demonstration agents asj+ EO THORGERStN'S
ltaa: specialists: Am .." ...... '
ct egricstture'and- marketingMic v FOOTBALL DOPE STAY IN ] IGWr ONGER'

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THELEADER-ENTERFRiSE i lowing: Coukto--Cha*. & LM.Cha .t rjrmbeu in this country this yew .1:'.... ........ ,
| *. Ashley, Reginald C May- will be invaluable when the fcdpiotion -
FaUUhid Friday at Hemsttead. -
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ru., by the Sooth Dade AgonllnnmllUIIUIJUUUmutUullulUllD cox, Hosea Robinson Arthur seeks to carry out its .legirlrlive :

Publishing Co.IsEN : Mathts Princeton-Virgil Irwin progrnm.
J.eleaa Store, HoraHua Hanna, Saxophone numbers were given td! BIN
-- Prince Rolla, Hector McCana.Theophilu by Oeo M. Frick accompanied by i
ABCHEK ..__ Editor
TM -.... ..... Ooskley, Bob E: Lan- Mrs. J H. Webster Betty Sanford .
MARJORIE LEACH ARCHER Cosies few ., the ..._ drum H. Ramsey Ed Portter Joe Dues of Writ Paint Beach playedtwo Tall! Us
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., .. JjMCtaU Miter: eaMto.a a.e aa. IJU.
...s -. delta ...- and Bain. Naraaja John P. Tanner, piano number Mr J. F

...Entered es .MM. class suit at..IJ..m. .ean Ort.If. int. wttt the ._ NodtUo-JIImtIrt ManhalL Hontaetesd Hammett led In the singing of club ,.,--aara.aaaa..w.nawra .......- .-
-Francis J:. Shell. O. IX Ingram. JOna" .
March a. IMS. al WM pert. _that Homestead b to ;
Batter September, i'11 Eraser Miller Ralph Ro Flora D. Myers of Florida City pawing aa
.ffte* kt Hos ......tlarlaa, alderthe extent when street .lgn' trecte&
1171.UH -"Mia W... PennJogtoai\ celav: ten John Poacy. E. Ze; Qwlay president of the dub Introduced
act .l Man S. on standards or painted on sidewalk -
heated her flftaeoUt birthday bat John N Norwood, Harry: Pride the (uest*. and Mrs. Stetfant program
each
Friday by etiUrtainlog a number'i Rollui S Soper. Oyda Bettton chairmani; introduced the curb at corner would ,

rucr ILM A.TZA orbed)....Pia at the horn.of Mrs 1 iLawt I ,\Ce, Cook Fmtor. retry speaker. Mrs Don .Ferwyr encourage further growth la *ak.. \
|pt it easy ftzr.,ftm prospective; newcomer -, ,
"- J, r. Ua )u Lined to a Little ;Church wtehea and peach were starred to,'Taylor. Robert U. Brown, Jo*. Present at the dinner were: Mr. house that
the following guests: Misuse Marie|nnB..n, Donald: Murray." and Mrs. J. D. Redd,, Mr and Mr or even x'

Ho great cathedral this, ,Klnf. Irene Feaster, Lola and Met I f!1-1"Mj.. aad Mrs Tbooaa Brewer Jennings A. Rehwlnkel. Mr. and vacant lot .where he can* build his

Mo towering spire 'Nixon Blanche Sawyer, Esther I J I I returned on Friday last week from Mr*. Wm. E. :Rheney, Mr and Mr*. own bous, ......

VplifU itself against the blue. Livingston Minnie Lee and tartan]I a trip through the west. Ceo. Cooper Mr. and Mr*. Geo. W. -that It was not until the guest

But Hurt the modest little steeple Mitchett: Wills Cave, Charlotte i]I -"The work of ealitUof ladies In Turner Jr., Mr. and Mr*. Harold bad home last night, that the
there Collins, Emma! Fitch. Wills and>|: the cause ., the Woman's c mmJt- Sheffield Mr. and Mr Ceo. M. preacher'gone daughter remembered '

Where bird nest eolll,)'. Balms Morgan, Porto Mowery, I i;tee of the Council of MaUooal DeI Crick, Mr. and::. Steffani, Mrs. the refreshment that had been
'DM It proceeding finely all Over J H. Webster, Inei Rogers of
And all da/ Ethel Cave, Hattie and Vale Peville prepared and left M the refrigerator -
It heard the dronlnf hum *f honeybees Rosebud Umphrey, M_j the Redland Pistrict. The following Hialeah Mr*. Betterley.. Mrs Carr, to await the psychological
Alvin CampbeU, Aldus Matthew report was turned in on Thurs- Mr*. Doer, Mrs B. A. Waldln, Mrs. moment

Thai somehow found a way into Roy Myrick Cecil Hook, Ivan Mo- Gal; Homestead and Redland 70; W. M Bradley, Mrs Myer. oseeso

the will ser, Marrix Garfunkel Cheilej' Princeton, 9; Silver Palm, Goulds Mrs, J. .r:. Oauzens, Mr -that a red ant can become more
Saunders, Ben Lowe. Ford Coch- | and vicinity 65; Florida City, 16; Cine Stewart Mrs C. H. &lot Intimately acquainted with a body

No orator the preacher. For his life I ran, John Vann, James Gilmer, total 180. . The 69 credited to Mrs. Wm. M. John, Mrs. Ham- -3nd In quicker time-thin even \

Is fin too busy for the trick of,j j1'be Charley Cave, Philip Reemi, Mr. Silver Palm and Goulds were collected mett, Mr*. Ferreyra. Mrs. C. L. a Don Juan could dream! of
trade, and Mr*. W. J. Barton." by Mr*. John Hill who madea Ooleyv Mrs C. W. )IcE", Mr. 0600..

rise and fall of cadence and I"Mrs. I. D. Clapp leaving thus I very tine .howln,. The ladle Charles Clinton Mrs. Ben Archer -that the best way for a Benedict

the act week tat Topeka, in." J J"Bor.te |,who are engaged In Ute registering, and Misses Lucille and Inez BevU. to beat the rap when he take a '

Of Mudted (race. But warm t>U Mr. and Mrs. W. S.Caves beside Mr Hill ate Mr*. George business caller el the opposite" ex

heart and strong a tint ton." I Taylor, Princeton, Mrs. Dan M.i Colored School to Get to dinner I* to make ad Immediate.

HI* arm to battle for the Lord. Perchance --"Mis* Othelia Fuchs left Sunday Roberta Redland; Mr. V. J. Barton i Two More Portables. report to the war tlepartJneal.merevlt' -
Mr*. C. P. Jacksoa-and Miss
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night (or Tallahassee whore I its headsquarters may
He wed must help hi. harvest timeor the will attend the State College tunic Nixon, Homestead; ), Bid. b*. ,
build ... B. Waite, Longview; and on two portable building
lor Women. W. C. Norwood Florida f"1 for the Homestead colored school i
the City.
A to Hone
room -"A party of patttolle local dUttnt and two for the Ptrrlne colored
claa Disbands chlldreD"f' I MORE PHOSPHATE
hired the jitney driven by school will be opened toda? by'
Are willing and his :J. a O'Neill on Tuesday night tidwent : the Dade County board of public

to work to MIami to see the soldier BY-PRODUCTS instruction Mr Well K Walker (Continued From Page One)

A often M his knee are toyed I and isllorc <
in prayer *t Mr. and )!ra. S. A. King., aid yesterday. compared.
AI,. u4 MIlo T. J:. Evn Mrs. A. (Continued rrom fag One) The nroliment of the 1
nel'OICho The result of
various
testing
O little country church, to you H surplus off the market and tM" .
Urtnfstmi L. H. Nixon, W H. I here 1* much larger than it rate of application of an ordlnaty
we Rive Vann. John Vann. Roy Myrick.Fud by maintain a profit .11ft the mom ever ha* been befcr*. Mr*. Walker 4-7-S formula Indicate that whitsvery
Our thank full many a tow'rtngspire Cochran Mr. and Mrs Harry; "S* far our only by-product I* laid, and some .f the room heavy application uy tit
la but E B. Cameron B. the canned tomato. Sine 1127 or
Oofer, F. have 60
or snore pupil
+ The dim and fitful echo Of your Hobbs." 19 fourteen< tomato canning factories profitable certain aoM yielding *
I I I 7 to 9 picking. In ordinary -
i more
prayer k -"Council met In regular session have been, put tq>t In ah* Conduct
And thousands worship In cathedral Will Service year4 or S pickings appUMtions ,
in the town halt last Monday Diana section from South Miami\ to>> Flwrilda
of about KXU .
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vait with PiesMf J. E. Cochran, It E: 'i City. The payroll: of each At Miami Springs SundayThe per acre
would be ,
Who sought and found their Cod Edwards. J.i. Burton, W. J. Twee,11 I* from. J,900 to 111.000 wasmi. Boone profitable.The

within your wall del and W. H. Syke preeent Plan I "One *f these canning plant young people of the First teet were all cooducteTonth

-Florida Christian Advocate. for a septic tank for MM town, halt make catsup. Other product Presbyterian Church of Homestead station ground near Horn**

wen preaiatetl by Town Engineer.could i b* conned;, will present a program at stood durtag the seasons It.1J to
Duncan, and oo motion of Joe Bur i I Th oil grade and cull of pu- the Miami Spring Presbyterian 1136, Inclusive. Fertilizer tnt

Revenue I ten, fecoiv'td by B. E.: Edwards,t'|I tatoea could be mad halo Starch Church Sunday evening and the with tomatoes on the mart glades
Wl potat) chips pastor of the Homertead church will\ be described later in another
TIw.1t beld out bait 1 bid will be advertised (or. Toe;1
aj duringthe matins ef Giving Lucy street wa. "W have practically the only tile Rev E. L. Nelson, will\ preach report
repeal campaign that liquor .utiamse d. 'i Persian lime section in the state. at the evening service) there. Copies of the report, \ asMimeographed
"" /NUI would run M high a* three I : 1 o '
With tj>00 to lime
billion" "Wm, S Reeve and Wm. C. acres planted Report No. I, and
dollar annually yet the1liquor Mead, enlisted men who left with I and MO or 900 in hearing now w*! CUOII, SLNGS IN! rRINCETON entitled "Some Fertilizer Experiment
traffic can be credited with,' will need cutlet for the The with Tomatoes
the soldier on Wednesday War eoon lilt young people' choir of the on the Lime.
being contributed In taxes to the: eull Plant for bottling lime First Methodist Church of Home Rock 'Pmeland' Soil of Southern
given a farewell reception at total]
( state and local .
governmaw home 01 Mr. and Mr. Brown on Jules flavoring and extracts stead long at last itUhf srrw Dade County" are available' lorJetter.1
a total at lea than ; Tuesday evening. (Florida would fill this need. In the Princeton Methodist Church. distribution and may bo
bon dollars daring nearly 4 year,City. I "California make an oil similar I Community singing, also, was a obtained without charge from the

of repeal Since beer wa legalized 1 -"Mr*. /. Miltoa Leach and I to olive oil from avocados Cuba. feature of the service. I offices of either County Agent
the liquor traffic hot drained the uses avocado a* food far toga Charles Steffanl, or the Subtropi;
daughter. Mm Leach
Marjorie
pocket W the people of 11,000-,- oftlorlda and enteken MAre doctor?" Experiment Waktib
were you a asked Station on
City In Miami Saturday -rl
SWAMI for liquor _It.. Llquor- '
"Soy bean from which the Ford drive
young lady stepping Into a
en route to New York: CIty,
breed accident
highway have
caused Investigator mad (00 product .tor*.
where Miss Leach will enter the al f'lrT '
the death of 40,000 person, an.proxlonately could be Sot .'
summer
a crop manufacturlnf "flaw, replied the boy
graduate school of Columia Unl I
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a financial tot of verslty Mr*. Leach will visit then purpose Dr. John; th.e. Advice counter "I'm just :
than .
more $1.000,900.000. Liquor Harvey Kellogg ha been experlnrnti -, finuciau"toe.: .
awhile before
has been responsible otherwise In I going to Harrisburg g' successfully for trains I Io
I Pa., to visit her From there!o .
eon.
drink cost for Industrial accidents !
suited to this aacUon.W I
she will visit her oM home ta Vir.
reduced labor *
efficiency of mil. have been growing any .
1
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JIM increased destitution dig! glnta. bean la the glade In summer for YOU
ease crime dlaorder etc., an ag.ftregute. .1 -"One and a half Inches of raid] baidiag. II IIIINl ARE READY FOR TIEKICKOFF
fell on Thursday during the )
toga for the 91 month of.III We BMiM stimulate Coot building i
least 1,100,000 000. I storm which flooded the jfod. ',program*. We need the applied !
Orvwere My these rain at this
Wr have figure to adeel research laboratories i
I\lbataoUwtt'1 season of the year are very be...-! ,
conservative estimate of total and experiment etaUen We needs I
tidaL Nearly six Inches of ,rate
liquor toil a* above outlined 183Sto I to preserve our om/neraial market -t
ell during the week ;
1937 exceeding Ill.JOO.eofl.OCj. ending trees contprUUv amfcuetoW .
Subtracting the MJW.OOfl.OOO (a; day. J'tl\lra.1 need to make poastfJe a yore, 77 ? \

moot Bongos cutout Mtlmate>)> .So*, u MM" secure two program Wrths tiller
Trout the .ooe.toO.800 which liquor .I I'I at the sell to our children will 1 .

hoe cost the) people *t the' --r'Mrw Henry Carter b teach. have a biter: place In which to'Bttrh '

visited Slats aiaw. repeal, we,'I.lax tbs falls grade at the Hog**.. 1.'hdlDe }Joy that the planting, season Is here you
bate left a total ex tUOMW ao6 I Owed ehee*. Maw Jacfeao,*....... Car ct ,Wtpata .'
wtich may Braperty a*saw t.haw*o la the euMChter W the Bev. and I Beauh. 11I.1r1c1Jlmwr., told should give full attention to t.h selection' of your

..ten diverted tmoriM kacom* ofultimate 1Iq, C r. JMiaort o l ,our lmra\I tI taw'nrtTMUMbih_ the national/
\ trade tress.Mss. grueer.tastlvad r Pttta"rr,' Tuesdayand r Fedetattoo .< Buainets and Pro 'faming materials. By using oar seeds fertilize

baker butcher',ekhlr eoetfeetto. cceyM a position aa UKSe tes.iooal.We miea'a Club U years .
er, jeweler dry .. *. lapin*>** ........,.. sdwet. ,'lse wilt 6e acrd,, f ac*. of ..... nvtter bu *..**.j{ ,,., and insecticide, you can reach the joU of
tMr4 mat Wants : .* '. .caries .Jer a. 'Mufti biei udat
and hardware JIiIIIII, toot 4n4. bee gradeMa. 1aeon I '
o dewier, .buIMtn and Was ftsvacU.tloo. -- .' Joe Burton epaerta1nt.rj I w.rW..nd of the formation: of theInternational trop iuccess'ytm' have always' wilit.Cd.See' as

dentist, doctor lawyer and, tile C tV* tart Thursday after I fcctlon":in. liruuntrie for .
111<11111. for the support W the by Hylntstuirt tiarty* The, to promote good will puud ,. .jour ticket to an A -Star season. '

thurrh Mid educe... .and fact J club Mmhera prttnt wetwt Me*. .... '
r but certainly net least, from aar.Jng .{dwnea- E4 8nIe ... J. W. Engltea,: Visa Betteriey W Hialeah,
I and'I ..eMd Us..jssidial. .i d tate V
deposits with their community I Ir
banker.-.American Buiinew Men1* ''J. D. :Redd. The Invited guests prcfram chairman, explained Jiow Grantham

:Research Foundation.Mr were; Mesdames SUtrunk and! A.r
It Livingston" j I II
-vttortfc Dude repre'laniled Ela
woe welt
**.......a IPft'tedb'lllfW i.!I ka the recent draft tot f Seed Store

couple to wife who dace the dHv.1 I Uaraeee4 Oould. and PrbrnVm .trelu.leki4tr't8"1 .
Ins from the back seat and t bus- >being relied an tat a omc ntn .: J
hind Who doe the troPe Avenue"o" 23a
baking Ir Harper number while there Were i 1oNb: Flasler
the duuwrtablHeavy Stuff. only a few from Florida t:ty I'-a II nomeiteaoVFla.Pa .
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THE PROSPERITY of-a community i 1& not measured by Let us be more than mere iesident- us be citizens.

,,:,.-. 'population! ,lout by its civic and commercial progress A The shirker says "Let George do it." The worker. says:
:.. !' ,handful of workers, achieve moue than a city full of "J.et me help."
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Team Work is what counts in everything.; A prominent EDLA.VU DISTRICT BOO8TEES, :\a; I
football coach recently said:: "Give me a team of average THE P AR IAN.LEn3LPACKING CO.

.. ability who will work togethejy.e.ajzh with the other and The PiiHuuv-Lthnwn Packing Co., established three years | ,,
all for the team and I wIn wIn over any team made up ago by Clarence G. Penman and LM H. Lehman Inst.lWhll
first modem machinery Ih Dade Count for the polishing and I
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Individual
..solely of stars, ?., *
1 suing of Persian limes and through adherence to blab! standards
'.. ". .. Individual.Ability makes great .men-stringing lights- of grades and pack; has won lilt enOltible reputation foe Its Par
.. I but it ig i mass co-operation of energetic men of civic spir- left brand of avocados and Persian time
.t it,'home pride and community enterprise that build a a (Continued Paso Seven)

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THELMA BONNIE McMAHON IS GIVEN MRS. JITA POLK IS Charles Martin, Mrs. T. II:. Kirby, f
I The CalendarOct HONORED BY DORCAS CLASS I Mn A. D. Smith, Mrs. Ceo. Frick,
SHOWER BY MRS. B. E. GATLIN I.
BRIDAL 14.... Julia Polk, teacher of the Mrs. Paul Yancey, Mrs. Bert Andrews
Dorcas Class of the Baptist Sunday Mrs. H. Comer Mrs. W. It.
Woman'sAuxiliary
Mia Thelma McMahon who will NelU. 1 -of Meeting St J4in'a of Episcopal School ot Homestead, was given Cheshire. Mn. Scott, Mrs. Polk,

become the bride of Earl Field Mrs. Oatlin, assisted by her! Church at S o'clock r' home of Mrs. a handkerchief shower by the Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Lawrence.
daughter, Miss Jane Oatlin, and Lee H. Lehman. class at Its meeting Friday after
Sunday evening wa liven a miscellaneous Miss Mary Dana Brown, served I Oct 1 Eastern Star meeting.' noon at the home of Mrs. E. L. FRIENDS SURPRISE
shower Wednesday afternoon sandwiches and punch. I Lawrence.A MRS. J. a HORTON
Oct. 5 Homestead P.-T. A. '
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by Mrs B. E. Gatlln. The Those Invited were: Mn. J. R. executive committee meeting !In program which was given at Mn. J. S. Horton was pleasantly :

marriage will take place by candlelight Pope, Mrs. Stanley Wlttkop, It. L clinic room at 10 o'clock the Dade County home at Kendall surprised last week when a group

la the Homestead Methodist Brown, Mn. H. W. Ashby, Mrs. C.' Oct 6 Meeting of Woman! Wednesday by members of the of friends give her a birthday
Church at > o'clock and friendsof W. Sweet, Mn. Ben Young. Mrs.1 Auxiliary of Presbyters Church class, was planned at this meeting. party at her home.

the young couple are Invited to Annie Butler Mn. C. A. Field, at home of Mrs. Julia Pare. Mrs. W. E. Lewis gave the devotional The refreshment course consist

be present Mn. J. W. Gilmer, Mrs. Max I Oct Homestead P.-T. A. ed of punch and a white birthdaycake
Mn Gatlin entertained her ner, Mn. Q. W. Smith, Mn. Loa.j:reception for teachen at I p. m. During the social hour Mrs. J. adorned with yellow candle
guests with bunco. Prize were Oault, Mn. A. C Home, Oct. 6 Redland P.-T. A. meeting L. Scott won In an art exhibit contest Those present were: Mr. and
won by Mrs. L. L. Field, mother E. Close, Mn. McNelll and at I p. m.; executive meeting The hostess served homemade Mrs. Horton, Mrs. Landon Carney,
of Mr. Field, and Mn. J. A. Mc-, Field.
r 1 at 2n.m. cake and Ice cream. Mn. Elizabeth Fuchs, Mrs. Given

t ct. t Insolation of ,:rIce... Present at the meeting were: Victor, Miss Pearl Whitaker, Elmer -
HOMESTEAD P.T. A. TO MEET L. T. Proctor and Mn.W.C Hoiua, of Amerlni' Iti-Ain AuxiUu& ,. I Mrs C T. Harper, Mn. Vera Sum Maglnnli, Ways Hortun and

NEXT FRIDAY EVENINGThe were admitted Into the Young Ms] Oct. 8-Meeting of Areme Club merlin, Mrs. T. T. Bowen, Mrs. Dickie Carney.

Homestead P.-T. A. will Iron's Missionary Circle of the at. home of Mr*. S. J. Davis. )
hold Its tint meetlnf-IU annual Fiat MehodllChureh of Homestead Oct 11-Meeting of Homestead

reception for the faculty-next Friday at the meeting Tuesday B. P. W. C. In Legion' tall at I p.m.
evenlnf Oct. 8, a week *arlle evening at the home of Mn. Avgustus <' Oct. 14-Meeting. of Redland
than was planned at first The Wynn. Mrs. Wilbur Reed I: Ladles' Atdat'nome ot.Mm, J.:.i'.
meeting will be held In the audllorlum -I and Mn. Wynn were hostesses. I McCullough.
of the Neva King Miss Jennie Lobdell taught the Oct. 18,- Meeting of Gleaners

School The executive at I o'clock. Coope'l the Bible Scriptural 1"101a'nd reading.' Mrs. Wynn gave Class Cooper.at. home of Mn. Harry Pack of 2+ cAocofrto/ riEmv/

meet Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock Chicken salad with saltines and Oct.22 Benefit bridge part
la the clinic room of the lame iced tea were served. at H. L Cook home at S p. m.

school: Room mother are Invited The next meeting will be helden Oct. 28 Meeting of Young Reg ,

to be present at this meeting Oct. 28, at 7:30: p. .... at the Matron' Circle at home of Mn
and all other meetings of the executive home of Mrs. R. O. Wstoer with R. O. Walser at 7:30: p. 'm. 25C

committee.A Mrs. Walser and Mrs. E. A. Buchanan Oct. 29 R dl.nd High "choc LAXATIVE

limited supply of P.-T. A. a* hostesses.: carnival. ,

manuals has been ordered and I The others present at the meeting ClndrM love the chocolate flavor. Ittpalle,
} they are BOW on sale at Mrs. Z. J. were Mn. Stanley Wittkop.Mn Mn. C. M. Walker, Mn. 'HermariSchlcgel : thorough sclle, relieves eooMipatlea promptly S

|> Dyal'l home on N. E.: Eighth street I A.M. Logan, Mrs. Earl Facet Mn. George Barcua, Mrs. I >Ua M griping or TOpltssint after effect
'tt, Jr, Mrs.. Edward .carter Andtwo Joel J. Robinson, Mn. Rachel A cuss .moots
4>. E. S. HONORS visitors, Mrs. J. J. Richardsand Slater Mrs. Frank schneider, Mn
I Mew 9laa Ktenfo fall purl Rexe11
MRS.BOB HARRIS Mn. Henry Olsen. G. a Oldendorf, Mrs. Henry
Mrs. Bob Harris worthy ma-' Brook, Mrs. Robert.Belt' Alias Antiseptic Milk

tron of the O. E. S. of Homestead, MRS. HUFF TO GIVE BENEFIT Pearl Whitaker, W. J.,dark, J. & uthWSh /

was honored aa miscellaneous BRtpGC ON OCTOBER, 23 Hortoc.and Coley: Redd. Clww., 35c
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shower given by the Areme dub H i
.A benefit bridgqrwlll be given by '" .49
at Its meeting Friday afternoon the Woman'' Auxiliary of St. 'Mrs. T, the L O. O. F. hall. Lamb
John' Episcopal Church on Oct. won high icon prize at the
Plana were mad for i dinnerto benefit bridge party Monday nigh ear ei wfeeteel
22 at 8 o'clock at the home of H. Laystub MOM
be served at the annual bazaar at the
Helping Hand
hall Other
L Cook by Mrs. Richard O. Huff.
which will be held Nov. 27. Miss Halibut Lenrer (
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Mrs. J S. Horton who' lava a won by Mr J. S. Hor- Shaving ream
Helen Livingston, chairman cf the benefit bridge party at the homeof tcn, Frank TTilta, Mrs. G. R. Olden. Oil Capsules
committee in charge, appointed dart and Mrs.
t George Barcus.
Mrs. T. E. Evan Friday night okt,n.rw. ..w.Ar,
Mrs. Sam J. Davis to serve aa publicity A-W 100
for the auxiliary was satiated by
chairman. Flowers were lint UNNONNO
Mrs. B. F. Stebbin of Miami, Mrs.
1 to Mrs. A. R. Livingston who Is
Fred Loomis, Mn. Virginia Walton
j UL and Mine Rose Caves. DIU1.A.BERGERDentist M tRshe$uwlset ft*of$hrae.4, "
Announcement was made that
Prizes wen won by W C Swing Not
Water Raor
the next meeting will be held Oct $hiIs
Mrs. Lulu Oliver Mrs. Gees N.
I, at the home of Mrs Davis. am
Wskefleld-, Mn. Evans, Mrs. F. S. e.--
t Refreshments were served durIng Scherr, Douglass Tower,MI'I. Lan' Bottle 50
the social hour. Mill 19C
Livings
don Ctraey Mrs. W.. J. dark and
National
I ton won the mystery prlie. Robert Lett. First BankBuildinff -
\ Present be.ldeah0ll mentioned
t Were: Mrs. Ralph Moon,Mrs. Present beside those mentioned
Lloyd I I.
were: Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. Lea-i iI
Delta, Mrs Albert Meybem, Mrs.Frank .
I, Schneider. Mrs. Oeo. I man, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Cameron Office Hours 8:30-4:30
W.
I Turner, Jr., Mr*. Louise Sykea, I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Belts, Mr andMra. Open Evenings br Appelatatent
Mn. ,
Howard Lamb, R. L.I THE DIXIE
Mrs. Lee H. Lehman, Mrs. Wm. M. ,I Godwin. Mrs. Elizabeth Fuchs: DRUG
Johns and Mrs. Wm. M. Bradley,
r Gifts were sent to the worthy Homestead ":
Florida "
*a
matron by. Mrs. Frank Morris,
f Mrs. A. R. Livingston. Mrs. Quisle

r Joiner, Mr*. Henry Brooker Mrs. .

II J E. Davis Mrs O R. Oldendorf, THE 7'*'ugg, DR'OC {'j :,

Mrs. Harold Sheffield, Mrs. J. W. "

I English, Mrs. J. A. Daugherty .
Mrs. J D. Redd. Mrs. Annie R. t

Butler, Mn. W. B. Flowers, Mrs.J. i ,..,
t L. Burton Mrs. Lonnie Lee

Hood Mrs. R Schlcgol Mn Km.na Annie Mayhcw FitzpatrickGraduate
Moser. Mrs. Herbert Turner,
Mrs. Edwin McGarrah Mrs. E. J.

1>)11. Mrs E. F. Brooker. Miss r00D1 g LDN M Oberlin Conservatory and RoyalConservatory
KLQS OEitL
Alice Macomber Mis Est/M Livingston
: Miss Mildred Sullivan TOEVER LN of Leipzig

: and Mist France Dabney

Jon NEW MEMBERS- .00 6a PIANOFORTE AND THEORY

4 ARE ADDED TO CIRCLE;' .

twit new members, Mr. J. 0. Come Redland Koad, Near Biscayne Drive' Phone 1422

I IVrkln, Mrs. J W. Tyner. Mn la and set this sensational i :

refrigerator that maintains Law
I NEyrLL: tE
temperature, Higher humid;?*,at to' 1;
No facrease in Currant closr. .

Notary Peb9oINSURANCR See the newT iiZ>/. interior arrangements Dr. 4'
AM Neuenschwander
FIR: "
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KINDRED lDi'Q'r with J different &
.ariat1aaa I GD.
'r 13 H Krone Aver '
Dr. B. Gonzalez] -



I rNATUR AHD L GAS:; AllOW PATMOTT DOWN At) $ 0 I OPTOMETRISTS



Roper Gas.Range i RED LAND APPLIANCE 237 HALCYON ARCADE ;'
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|art* Ik* M to *. Ita.. isa
145 E.FLAGLEBST, MIAMI .
205 N'
Krome
I treed.Do iiw ss ijUMWiwAT* Avenue Homestead Fla.
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.;:,' '1i'l'fAaV'. --"'.,-Qctoher-I-.- ITHE LEADER.ENTERPBISESocial '. :. 4 ." .. .... E' d'Sevier' ...... _po7ta'1'1
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MISi1CrrA"ltfyAtIS'NW" nI\-ttra'&rtsiftpf'
PARMM-LEHMXN 4 fi fiPACKING
PRESIDENT Or SCB-DCB8 for the marking of the price by

Miss Nina Dyal was elected "Itit de!lercWidenci.>-?

r Events pretidesjUof the Sub-Deb Club at CO/ I 1 of wholesalers in the
its first meeting this season held quality and pack of the Parkh
Wednesday at the Dyal borne. The product and to the Integrity of the

other officers elected were: secretary Parnlaa-Lehman Packing C*..
(Continued from PaP Five)
Mist Alta Webster; treasurer, however, is the big reason for the
Miss Iva Dyal and publicity Mr. Lehman, who carne to Homestead in the
HOMESTEAD P.-T. A. WINS BANNER ; "tops" position It enjoy
I In 1911, rates *< a pioneer
chairman Miss Mary France Arthur avocado and Persian lime markets.WANT .
WHEN REDLAND ENTERTAINS COUNCIL The work for the coming resident. Mr. Pirouia did not
year was planned. come hen until 1025, but be Isrecognized
--
\ real In the ADS PAY
u a pioneer
The Homestead P.-T, A. won the cil president, and Mrs. C. N. Wal- The club will meet next week at Persian Urn Industry He started !
the home ol Miss Nina Pearl Bush.
attendance banner at the meetingof ker also spoke briefly on law enforcement the tint Persian Unit nurseryIn --
the County Council of Parents This country, Mrs. After the meeting, the members Dade County and hU nurseries leoatlll.mGia0tI

and Teachers In Jtedland Wednesday Walker said, spends fifteen billion of the club were complimentedwith are till the source of many of the
small boxes of candy by the i
dollars a year on crime and less Persian lime groves that are being l
Mil D. E. Bashor president of than three billion on education, Dixie Drug.Present let out in ever increasing numbers
the Redland Association made the and If the amount spent on education at the meeting were: today THEATRECOCONUT )

welcoming address, and PrincipalCarl were doubled the amount Miss Jane Keely Min Marcia The output of tile Parman-Leh- GROVE: f

Wagner, spoke briefly on the sprat on crime could be reduced Cauzens, Miss Webster, Misses man Packing Co. this year is more Maine Saturday and SundayS ,
Influence of the P.-T. A. In selling by more than half.Announcement. I Iva and Nina Dyal, Miss Arthur than three times what It was for o to1Rae.

education to the people of this was made of a and Miss BUllb.aEDLAND the lame period last year. Several Shows. T and t .., A.... aile
country-the only country to school of instruction In Miami
months ago the partners Inugurated
education an. Senior School Oct. 13 LADIES' AID
give 12 years of to High on
a new and attractive methodof
*. 4LORETTA
Miss Rebecca Fisher, music Instructor from ';SO till I o'clock at which MEETS WITH MBS. STILLMAN BUN. MOM OCT.
picking limes that it believed
of the school, presented the state president and other state Plans for the community supper partly responsible for this healthy YOUNG
group of high: school pupils in officers will be present I held last night: at the parsonage oi growth. The limes are packed DON AXECH&
three songs. The Redland P.-T. A. served a the Redland Community Church In "consumer cartons" containingnine IN

The speaker of the day was chicken pie luncheon In the school were made at the meeting of the ten or twelve fruits, accord FIRE"
Representative Ceo. t. Holt who cafeteria. Redland Ladles'Aid Society Thursday to size "LOVE UNDER
Ing and It of these cartons
stressed the need of teaching law Homestead executive board afternoon at the home of Mrs. are packed in a shipping carton Ah *....... *. -....." Ie

enforcement'and of the advisability members who attended were: Mrs. Frank Stillman. The Rev. C O that goes to the dealer. The attractive MMnl MhmTfM

ot the parents teething this by Hubert Nichols, Mrs. P. B. Bird. Nelson conducted the devotional consumer package opens WCO. OCT. a, t
example as well as by precept Mr.. Mr, 'Paul Reynolds. Mrs. E. J. and Mrs. Thomas Brewer told ft up with a display sign that is all HUDSON
:Holt was Introduced by Miss Alice Dyal Mrs. Ben Archer, Mrs. C. RSteffanl her trip through the Penny Farms, ROCHELLE

MacVlcar, program chairman, who Mrs. Flora D. Myers Mrs. a community memorial home In 11

announced that the council's program C J. Parman Mrs. A. F. Arthur Clay County. "That I Slay Live"
theme for this year Is "Build Mrs. Wm. M. Johns, Mrs. C. R i The next meeting will be held at DR.H.S.AKERSDENTIST

ing a better community through Rice, Mrs C. T. Harper, Mrs. the home of Mrs. J.F McCullough. r.\;... rai. OCT. t. e
home and school co-operation." Landon Carney, Mrs. C J. Horton. 'Present at the meeting were: FALL MUNI
Mrs Walter Beckham, the coun- and Mrs Walker.Children's Mrs. Goo. W. Turner, Jr., Mrs
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Annie Mesaersmith, Mrs. Goo 1C. Office Hearst I .. an. to I p. m.

Deuel, Mrs. M.: A. Baker, Mrs: C. IlUIda,. I to It "The Woman I Love"
Home Society Needs I Ben Plummer, Mn. A. E. Smith,
fixed
Saturdays
t Mrs M. J. Brownlow Mrs. H. J. .AT. OCT. I

Gifts of l\1.oney'Food and Clothingbrought Armstrong Mrs. Brewer, Mrs. Free Parking Space BOB ALLEN

McCullough and-Mr Nelson. '
1714 N.." W. >,TH ST. MIAMIraoM IN r'
Sept 30 With a of age. Scores of utterly homeless I
"/ old the hllla." White- t-tm "Law of the f
as -
of children for love
constantly increasing familyhomeless are eager ,'cnr texas Ranger"t
boys and. girls coming education and a chance for normal wright ( ) Sun.
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under its cart (1S were brought home life. ,
IB one day last week) the ChIldAU articles other than cash

ren's Home Society 0.( Florida, should be sent to the receiving

;which supported entirely! by vol home,2560: Riverside avenue, Jaclcivflle -
,.. tmtary gtrtavot mouey.ffood. and ,&, or,to brae of the brancH it- \
clothing,41 in dire and Immediate homes at Lakeland, Miami and r
need. Pensacola '

rirrt-The society needs -children All money should tie mailed to

*' wearables -- everything thatR; V. Covtagton, treasurer, 40
children from' wee babies up to Burn Building Jacksonville, set
those 18 years of age wear etdts, or t6 one of the brdnches.waists Q

% dresses, underwear, ltoatAll applications for homeless

irrgs, shoes, eta children should be sent to the state

s.eondaodety; needs food superintendent. Marcus C. "Dad.

- goods, preserves. Jacksonville, or to one of the
Third-The society need additional branch homes mentioned. above.
funds at once. Over seven
thousand dollars has been borrowHer Ace

ed so fat this year to feed, clothe A census taker, on asking a woman s "
and shelter over fifteen hundred how old she'was, received the .q s"d l
homeless children, referred to the following answer r'tP
society for aid and care so far this. "Do you know how old the HID
year. girls art nex) door?"
Fourth-i-Good family homes are "Sure," he replied.

greatly needed for older boys ,and'"' "Well; fro. as old as they are,*
girl front eight to sixteen years TIle.census taker wrote down, .00 loe"




THE HOME DECORATOR. r That ;

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-: W D.: HORSE CO. .
HOME

., |!ousei Tall and Narro ., .

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the exterior ratatlnf rf r '; tna '
to be the credit to you It should be. of ----
He that it ent be remedied, however your oiiyicoi
for It can II ts possible thcaedays .. r...
9 ; :
to create an Illusion of space
sa where space Just Ian t, to produce a 6' I "
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feeling of height when It doesn't .f. A man's reward when he owns his Home ii
exist, and to modify the effect, of
'r height into a happy for contentment It means exultant feeling of
The choice of a color >uo., taporunt -
A tall, narrow noun can be -". ,true and unadulterated happiness. '\
i read to appear *
by painting the roof and upper body
m a dark color and the lower n
body Without charging a in brokerage
In a, light color, U It cant be divided K<*MVM penny
Ir that fashion, simply oat a neutral
r .t color for the entire : or a dark applications
t r} color with only I the. g'ln a lighter
qtr t I trim color And If the windows are

,1 t1 aim bout long them.and Your narrow neighborhood< do something ear to avail himself of the convenient F.H.A. plan

102 'prater hours-have can work him break wonders out In the a wall few of paying for a home or for repairs and Im

and insert food wkte windows-the.
wider UM better and Venetian provements.
blinds, If poMlble 'In onLai
slats of the blinds will break down
-w. the vertical spread of the whole ei-:

Ok(MM U. t* ime 119 food front- wS that and give you.aV3bo that 10 badly.feelurg ADd of W. : D. I1ORNE CO. Inc.
down't-end that toes for housed above ail do not me a vertical./pad ... ,
MI. Sometimes, however. the archl. material for drlDt'I'I. They Can be .
ects who build our bones arent too seen from the outride know, and .: I:':
rttlcal o< the outride, are too en- might ruin this whole! new exterior. : Hardware and Building Materials
roaud with fitting the plumbing. for you. .?? .
Its aUoted spas in making There really tat 0 bome-makmg Frank L Skill Owner ;
and airy,aDd attnopUnf problem that eaot be solved then ,.
&- mum of house apace. days in on* was at another by
+ ttltle plot of lI"fOund.neb paint by m( nlous color 11.N. Krome Ae Phone 507JJ'
I. narrow house at a problem eholeea by originality ..a and W1r7.
item pails are taken.SIa imje.axpefiatk .
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1 Eight THE L ?.A.DER-ENTERPRISZ i Friday O .tQbel' 1. 1931II


Episcopal Church, Neither Catholic" 1' e& fhv i J1'"bt

II! Nor ProtestantMuch Misunderstood 1 be perplexed the fact that the
I 'fieCjsFIRST I I chutfeh which he had conceived of

I al to narrow NT ip KtUtyM amai-
tr the .... Millet B. Sacker, church wMcli It neither the sea- Ingly broad and eatholla He wilt
Vicar el Si J.hn't Chareh, I nor the other he Is entirely out of find that the Episcopal Church not
BAPTIST CaXUXCHHomMt holy daya at 10.00 a. m. Young HomfeteaaV MIn Ma depth, Th. Pwtastoot aasumct > fffiy fyrtflf and readies the tft&.
Peoples' Service League, Sundays that whatever he cannot tiont ot truth a* taught by mi
a4.-Th* IMV C. N. at 10:30 .. m.EVANGELICAL. undertaking the presentation understand In' the Episcopal own deoomjnatiop; bat that iha
Waiter pattor Sunday school at CHfKCR of any given subject there le certain Church must be Romish and the alto teaches the truth held by aU
111 a. m. Preaching at U a. m. to appear from time to time Romanist assumes that anything 'of the Protestant ted put together -
and 7:30: p. m.; $.Y.P.U. at (30: SC Jolisi's Redlsnd the- Sew In into the
phases which may be regarded at which he cannot understand in the to that coming
Norman C Zvhuf minuter. Ser-
ttrvlce
p. m. Prayer Wednesday controversial. This It true with, religious Eplnoopal Church must be Protest II church he really give up.nothing.
vices each second and fourth Sunday
at 7:30: mrnwT
p. matters to marked degree. ant He finds that with the Presbyterians -
BAPTIST cmvtcn at >P. m.JIETHODWT. FblUiwlntT natural lines each has: the Episcopal Church bold,

Oct I Meaning aermew EPISCOPAL The purpose and hope of the! judged! from hit own standpoint I an order of presbyters but refuses,
Mere Ylcearie. "; e.entseforesee Florida City CMimoKlty Chwehthe writer it not to slur up controversybut and position and each is absolutelywrongs to deny the historic character el,

: "Tbe TreaulernM* Rev. C O. Nelson. pattor. to tot forth all of the tact The Romanist cannot i I-
Lift '. The erjliuiu e* the Church school at 10 a. m.; preach* Sound churehmanship can only convolve of church at Catholic
Lord's Supper will lie absented Ins at 7:30: p. III, Midweek: prayers be predicated upon knowledge which it not Roman, nor the II ot conversion and personal boll-
U the morning. All members and Bible study Wednesday at and.at many have not bad the ad Protestant of a reformed church nns; that with the Baptists. the
of the church are urfrd vantageot growing upla the which Is not Protestant to natural 1 require faith In adult at a condition -
|e be prtMnt 730.Be Episcopal church w* must: start ly the Episcopal Church find Itself i of baptism and will baptl. .
Oct | Business meeting of church al .,:SO. Prayer ..... the C. 0. Nelson, pastor- to cover the ground pudlaUd by both Romanist and 'that with the Unitarian, she believes -
vice IMbjceU "Frienda'. Church school at 10; prom bins at Even Episcopalians thltl'e.ppean Protestants. that there I* but one God;
among .
11. Epworth League at .Sa Midweek
from time to time to bea I Now it a Protestant will approach I that with the Quakers'she' believe
Could.-The hv Nosh Peterson -, prayer and Bible studyThursday I In silent meetings, which she call
question a* to lust what the ., the problem of Informing
7:30.METHODIST
at
pastor Sunday school: 10 '
ChurchIn meditations or retreat, in the
Episcopal church is, and among.himself about the Episcopal
at m., preaching at 11 a. m. and i baptism of the Holy Spirit, and in
I attitude
EPISCOPAL; those who are not of the church a sympathetic as .1
7:30 p. ...; a Y. Pv O at 1:10.p. m.
I SOUTH the confusion It appalling learner rather than a critic be simplicity ot life, but refutes tor
1 Prayer service at TOO p. m. Wed!
reject the visible church or the
discover
tome von 'nterestlng i
wldl,. Hmnraead->the Key. J. J. PJch- It It strange but true that those
sacrament
j facts at he pursues hit studies He
I who have their the
finger on pulse
ands put Sunday school at B(49a
r.
The Protestant will find that the
t TATirOLlOChuivkv will discover that the church it I
of affairs itv thla
religious country -
m.; preaching at It a. m and 8 '
growing with fair rapidity in our (Continued Next Week)
have to admit that the
ol the Srre ]Heart j is m. Junior League. #t 2:30 p. m.; come
} 3 E. econd avenue Homestead;: HI League at *:IS tji m.; Senior Episcopal Church America has.
Ue Rev. James Cloonan pastor. League at 7:15'ti. ftf Prayer meeting com to occupy a position and ]I
Sunday mats at 9 .. >'.j week day at ( p. m Wednesday.Silver exert an Influence quite out of For Successful Results Plant
roam al ':4' dally. Sunday school proportion the number ot Its)
fr o'clock Palm Community Churchthe members or the extent: et Its or-
Sunday foUowtng : mast.
Communion for women the first Rev. T. H. Norten, pastor ganisation. The church* by admission I II
Sunday of month; for men and I Sunday school every Sunday it 10 both ot Itt. enemies and Kilgore'sBredRiteSeeds'
boys, the; second Sunday of month. a. jppeachlng services on, tint, {friends, for some reason has come
Holy hoar Thursday before, first I third and fifth Sundays at U a.l I I to be at a city met upon a hill which
Friday.( monthat74ip.rn.Mus: m and 8}. as.PNnceton.Thq. I cannot be hid.

tint Friday at rSO-. m. Benediction Rev H. O. Cow We find the Episcopal Church,

of the lUaeaad' } fscrament a.., pastor tea L.: Poyser, assistant violently attacked enthutlestlcal-.
after mass.CHRISTIAN. ly defended Imitated-at mark
.
pallor, Suno*, aciool| ai It m.;
'Cl NCC i GUVKCHUNI preaching at 11 .. ft. and 7.45 p. I the gradual trend towards llturgl- The Standard of Quality
: eat services In Protestant
Churches
mt every Sundty. Epworth Leagueat ,
** CHi.-*WQaw.x MM! 7 p. m."SIETJIODIST. :-but above all misunderstood* .

Swhf itrecV. :Sunder school alMS I There I* something,, about,the I .
a.m. for pupils under 20 yean I run1FerM I Episcopal Church the genius of

of age; morning service at U I % City-Mrs. Ernest War her system, the enthusiasm of her

o'clock.. whlcB Wednesday includ-testimonial'evening tWvktt *>: ten. Mstor. Sunday" school defenders Vie spirit which animates ]For 27,years: ",hays suppUed..,and are still
'
10 bredchiitg'1J her the authoritative'
ash fn.; a. m. an4 way
bf healing and ejuserlences and re* ( p.'mv; Junior meeting 9:30 p*m.) In which sh*teaches; the development supplying the} "most clticdl'ttitnaEo'glowers' ofr
.mrk. on C Christie Science, S p. Young' Peoples' meeting T'lJC of her worship along lines
m. The public 1* widiaUj invited Florida with Kilgore'3 Bred-Rite Tomato Seed
Prayer and elm meeting:30 ,
lit attend, Thursday. -!|f: : ;

CIIVRCH or CHM3T: j I'count tor of understand; which the brand of quality that ig recognized by the most
', PENTECOSTAL,
therefore challenges their attention -
nome.to 4-riral'avenue; and Go\aI4ro-S1lIld" school: at >:43;'I and their criticism. successful growers all over the state.
N. W. riflh U-eeU; T. J. Huntou. i preaching at II a.m. and!T'JC p.m. It to very evident from, the na-
minister. Bible study at 10 a. mce ..; ture of outside criticism that the .
m m union, fellowshipand I I HOMESTEAD PRESBYTERIANETomeseoadkrone historic position of ,lfte Episcopal .
preaching at 11 a. m; preaching at at
avenue Church and her teachings is not
T30 p m. Prayer meeting Wednesday NL 18ih street; the Revs X. L Ne- understood tywue ol the fact

at 7:30 p. m. ton? misUsteiv Bible school al I that this criticism if aa contradictory The Kilgore Seed Co.
OF GOD 10 f. m., preaching at U,a m I In nature. The church 1s said
j tIIomestead-000 ,"Young ptopjpi meeting at T p. m.1 M bet too narrow too broad; too Phone 67 Homestead, Fla.
N. W:: First ptm. 1 1i Inclusive, too exclusive too formal -
avenue; J. H. Dodton minister.Sunday too IM. too Protestant; too
i FIRST Cia'KCMal
PRE9BTTERI
school at B4i: a. m.; Roman.
preaching at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; 0ot.5-Rally: Day.pragrwal : ,lAt us state at p premise-that
Junlar Y. P. at,6,4J p. m, Prayer U a. awn arrmoa by panto '. thereason the Episcopal, Church ew
meeting T:30 pi m. Wednesday. al lUM I jam people Iraq. X not understood b j either Protest-
t* present program al Miami,. sntbr Kowanltt Ik that H it neither
CIltKCH OF THE:,NAZARENE .
Strings Cbllftlt.IIPIJtI111AUST
Protestant *@ Roman. Now a
Homestead. The Rev VT J. Protestant can understand the
'I1IMnI 01'
Parker pastor. Sunday school at TRUTH I betlf e* the portion of any Protestant -
MS: a. m.; preaching at It a> m. sect and: usually Utitikt he
sod 7 30 p. m.; N. Y. P. S. and I Uom sUad-branch of Miami: ,:understand the :Roman but when
Juniors meeting at 630: p m. Spiritualist Temple of Truth. la I he get Into the discussion of aININ 1.
Prayer meeting WI4DeId/Q'IYU- Woman'a dub, 410 N. W. Eighthvenue.
.
ing ':30 p, m. Men's Bible class: and!
fount rr.ne't lyceum at t:U pin !I MI
Prineelea the Rev. C. A.Can- .; healing *>r Dr. J. Carl Hob oii|
den, pastor Sunday school at 14J: ; at 743: ; lecture and messages at' Roofscle'r'k
preaching at 10:43 a. m. and 7:30D '::311.i Carey
,m.Junior meeting at 130; young
people's meeting at 9.30.: Pray swelling i 'I '
Wednesday at 7:30 p n. '

ETMCOP4J.St I liypr

laba-.- C. gcoa4 avenue Y i 1 110FLEJACKSONVILLE! W! C C.\ItRY' CA'RII T L'OO1'1ftaS lIt

and Rev.Fourth Milton.street B. packet Homestead, view.; the ':( t"e: I and Tarred" out' le for every llutid. "e
iron th. ,
Morning prayer and sermon Sun. tar flat rt4'pc to the .small fC'U1trT,

days M1100; holy communion ev- If dtdao geavlneEUCENE I kouMt. That: r>o .. II\Icle by a manufacture with ,

eiy Sunday at ':30 a. m. and first ant Ot\ 3raertl of suecesiful: up.d"ncv cost rWTtaf t'ta
B ii Jaj. t<(< month. *t SLOG; other Permnaent I
+tiv. t att ordinary food ea. :
Rt l Was eso ee..i.ed
17N1TIiNGAS"t few, l* in eMss.-tWs aW 0MtC11 ANDI 1"Mooowota why yow doUat grow whom you tyijr nofVl
[ nYhSUdhMIR ell (roar w-ont prke and'qu.Ut11 tt{ *
I I :. ... 1..t. d.... ; \ prwiet
EffI.-YCNW-. a..a w- I-.t use ram at ...
.mVI dIi AA1.t: 'Qt'1CIt AND : '..... ... ..... .....". "
I atRt'Icz If + ...,... w... __ SROOKER LUMBER CO ,
roN T se m.g..w gssbe
r..1 ........
itl : ,n L'OM/"Ja N. Iaosa Ut.r sachem IM wAeta '......, your '::r:.::. nUfub 4 IIOMJESTD ruu, tPare

... for *. snsat. wish sr'. ftxrr".u"es0 TIOMri lHOfI
;sari wxiulmwn w4 BMMBash's >
=:::
try lasa..d es ckeerltL. I OWN fiask SA
ward Riling 1.a-'UD. 1R.w
I II I 40 1_SU9 "' 14'"..luor
1 Real Estate Barber Shop .. ....aar suss eaate
\ j rhm.-.......ameewt.
I Central Insurance II IIJ &Beauty Parlor 1 ",t. ..0aOtrtM ..'....... ROOFINGS t SHINGLES
J FLA.Cos. .
i FLntIDA l1Tl' l.!.!" "f "Q a attote
; Palm A.em aHA_A Mlae tilde Brews, Operate STANDARD fOA Q\f' 6O YEA '




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Friday, October 1,198'l THE LBADER.KNTEUPRWB, .. uum_ Page N..le i f

lft.tA Mrs. Wallssi; .ontnotrt .; .
rs .
Tuaadey Fry cottage
M Need BroatI which the1'tb' Compare results:
In and Around ,urehue4.'I'I'II I > i

Myer WITH x
I i
Hot Springs Ark,where h*IlllI
; Homestead
I'',employed Yt'iJ I
I II

8I I Mr Robert Grlesbach la 1"1I
I ported to be critically ill at bar [ NACO BRAND FERTILIZERS I
a Mr. and Mm. John O Williams visiting Mr. and Mn. W. T. Wat- I home on Eighth street
. returned Saturday from West klni, with her ton returned yea-
: Brownsville Pa.. where they had terday. I Joe Scales returned this week I "'..
s. pent the nsnmer.f from Atlanta where be spent the
. John W. Ptodtt who underwent summer with his- sauce and her,
H& and Mr*. B. B.roadhars o( a*operation at the Post Graduate :husband,Mr. and Mrs. IL J a-,.j CARL. F. WARNER I
_ Bradeftloa who have recently com hospital on Sept 23 returned to r I It
f' to Homestead for the season have his horn hi Tavenler Monday.Mr. t Dr. Murrey Graves left Friday': AdENTWarehouse d
_ rented the second floor ol the W. for Ms home In Monroe, La. He! t I
e, IX Home residence on N. E. and Mn. Q. L. Sanders and planned to stop ta Foley Ala., toi>>" '. I
_ Twelfth street Mr. Fordbatn I* family of Cocdele Oa, art expected attend to some property (Merest I lCaere. Located In
a a commission merchant Mn. Ford- to arrive Sunday to make i
I ism WM formerly dean of women their home here. One of their Bee Dee Fertilizer Warehouse
at the Rlngling Art School and ;; : ,
- daughters Miss Eugenia sanders.has I' Tom Cohernour spending .cv-1 j
; Junior College in ,Sarasota and been visiting Mr. and Mn. U nil days with his family here. |II
a more recently was student representative T. Proctor tor the pat four week:; I II
tt for Brenau College. PHONE 23 HOMESTEADCAREY
Harry Beaiy of Lamonte U visiting -
I Mr*. William McMichael return-
In Florida City.
1 Mr. and Mm J. E. McClung are td to Honeitead Tuesday after
r announcing the birth of a daughter. attending the funeral ef her
I Rose Marie at the Post Graduate brother-in-law. C. W. O'Neal, who Mrs. Harry Degler and her son, t
hospital on Sept. S3. She died of heart failure Saturday at Harry, Jr., and son-in-law and
I weighed seven and a half pounds Auburndale She was accompaniedby daughter, Mr. and Mra. Fred Barker (
Joe William McMlchaeLMn. of Plttsburg. an expected w
arrive about the middle of the
- Mr. and Mn. J M. Holdingof
Danla with their sons, Talbot Jim Fitzpatrlck of Miami I month to spend the winter season j
.
I have taken the Swanson cot.
bey
and Gperkman have rented the and her daughter Ruth visited I IMI'I.
first floor ef the Home residence Fitzpatrick'a sister Mn. A. J urge on Avenue!:..,
III 1C. X. Twelfth street Their Campbell Tueiday. On SundayMr. "
daughter Lucy Beth, Is attending: and Mn. Campbell entertain, Mr.and Mrs. Sam Dodd of 40g
Meredith College at Charlotte. N.C .i ed Mn. Campbell'i brother-in-law phis.- who are spending the w.em.1
Another ton Malcolm, and Miss and alcter, Mr. and Mra. C. P. Wil- ter Uk I4IaIJllIIIIU
ham recently. Mr Y
aon of Hollywood. Dowses
R. B. Green both of Deans visited
Mrs. Doxset's brother.The .
Is
them Sunday. Mr. Holding 1.1 1 1I _
planning to do extensive forming Mra. A. R. pviitgtto* has been
i j here thlt season. IU at her home since Jut week.Mrs. I w IU October meeting Wcditeedajr
r I
J. A. Daugherty who wasIII afternoon The meeting place
Chaa.T. Flu**, Sr.,was returnedto I I
will be announced Sunday evedIntl I
last week Is now able to be up. .
his hone Monday from the University '
Hospital In Miami wherehe
Mr. ,an4 H", H. C. Reid are I
was taken when ha had a nervous
visiting their io..-ki-law and Mrs. Wm. McCultough and her
breakdown at South Miami daughter, Mr. and Mrs. B. E.: Tut- baby son and daughter returned
too of Orlando. They expect to I'to her home In Redland Saturday Fibre Coating does nan thm corer tN
j Mary Franoea. Marjorie, Tom. visit la Gainesville alee, before after a visit of several days with of a felt roof-it renews UM life of the
I Jack and Billy Webb, children of, they retire from their five-week I relatives I here. material. The light oB ok Into the dried-out felt.
T. B. Webb, have gone to Swing-I trip. thoroughly waterproofing h. The heavy oils fill up
field, W. V,.. to make their horn I Rally Day will be observed at exposed cracks and form new wearing lUl iKe.This
with a sister of the late Mrs. Webb..1 Myles L Greene of Fort Lauder- the Community Church OB Oct > MW unlace It reinforced with fibrea of genuine '
dale made a business trip to with a program by the Sunday Mbesto the wonderful mineral which ii practically ;
Mr. and Mn. Pat Boatrlght of' Homestead Wednwday.Capt I school at tea.m. and special musicat ImpervioiM to exposure, I
Miami and Pat Ir. have mowed I' 7-M p. m. The program willconsist Cray Bother CMtttef BM. <|* for Mt took,tat It ta a.) he :
to Homertead. Mr. Boatrlght' will W. Robbins of Miami! was oft a group of recitations! br badly worn aMtel ........O.e gattn oven ...... M Sonerafcs
be connected with the local ell In this section Thursday prospectI]I'by the beglnnen' class;'an exar- ..gat cm anij eariag po aT5ROOKER -any"m...
agency of Mn. Boatrlght's father, Ing for a home site. Capt. Robbins elM, The Children and the Sun-
A. J. Campbell. will In a few yean be !retired beam", by live primary children; LUMBER COMPANY
"Gifts for the Mailer by the juniors -
rMrt. from his government poltltlon. J TELEPHONE .l FLA.tdiidurd .
W. D. Horne and daughter, ; "The Sunday School Circle" HOjMJUTCAD.
Miss. Elizabeth. pent the weekend --- i a pantotntm with "1'1. James M.1|
at Canal Point where they I Miss Marybelle Oibbs Is 'Dobbin as reader; and a two-act
visited Mra. Horne'i aon-ln-law employed at the office of Dr. 8.1 playlet "Help Wanted". by. the]I
and daughter, Mr. and Mn. Floy GatUn young people's clssa. ISRE
Watson and attended the eighth IE. ___ I e
birthday anniversary celebration Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Snow and 0 COATING
of i>y, Jr. little daughter Joan, and Mr. and TROPICXXUMONKEY folovtr OO y --- Mrs. Wm. Edwards, all of Marathon JUNGLE
Mra Alice Burgess Crawfordwho visited at the home of Mr. ,
bN been visiting Mr. and Mn. and Mrs. J. M. Holding ONLY
D. P. Harkneia for two week, will MONKEY \
leave for her home In Long Beach, TuCIld8)1 JUNGLE
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Cal.r today. FLORIDA
I...... .T, W. teTiry. :. INTMf U.S. !
Ed: Watkins ot Plant City pent I ... .. .
Saturday and Sunday) with his Mr. and Mrs. Harry Willis are ADMISSION 15e
brothw-lo-law T. B. Crantham.Ie announcing the birth ef a six and (with this ad ISO'
'accompanied/ home by hiai three-quarten pound daughter at Children leFertilizers
Kalman dr.a loners.i
nephew, William Crantham. 141'1.1! the Post Graduate hospital on
Oral tI1amo who hat been up .I Sept 27 ALA& oC Po G ,

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.Thr Sjasrfas ajliaii jjunt>qy: raswaVabek ka1sg. i
I.>..ad_ hy tits worW urged /
.askodaa *&%'nb'a&4'' Me*., .
We have.a Ift suftdy ef ,Stoked'{S "$'"a 4'Lut- Is suede tswim qwUtQr.AufexnatfcaJry
.....koMdaax)atrappad by aperial PMS.
clrettJ's Tome&eeL Ake Teat: Mev G e a t and ; ON that fjnansstsai.fxwr(atMC/t earth as, e ; r

.Sheep Mate fee' Pine Lafid:Planting Rd be sure .........t---.IWe.waW.. hfcoti*seep....or tb kritatfssv the

to use Redland Brand Fertilizers if yonjagtresults. ; Buy a,...ofrrobak ,,.today i

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MANGANESE: DISTRIBUTORS 'I
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B. Y. P. U. Groups Hold Ray Chandler. local manager ,Ministers. to ElectOfficers i

HOMESTEAD SCHOOL NEWS Promotion ExercisesMiss I trounced Mr. Chandler early this this week.week ano.l on Oct. U ;;

I honorable citation from the company nE I
I Eufntt ,U: t, MoM Elisabeth -, in recognition of six yean of The Redland District Ministerial I ji
Mcllwiln MU\ Sbil Cheshx -
NELLA SALES tcheol Editor .1 driving company owned vehicle Association win elect officers at a"
MiN Loci )e Wont. Misi Vir- 1
_.....__ without an accident It* annual meeting Monday, Oct. ]
DOTM/, Harvey Nc sown
,
attendance day since gtnia dip-1 11, at 11:30: clock at the home of f;11
The new room which an being perfect every William McMichtcl received
'added to the high KfaoSt will be me Opening of school Th lass II bras from ",. 'n1' n-eoiale B. Funeral Services Held the secretary, the Rev C. N. Wal"s:
ker.
ready for loIN In a abort tIm The has a. new book for Its library y P. U. of the First Baptist Church For George L.Martin,74 "
two seventh grades and one-of th* Wet pt Flight- !.undayeven'I' and were ptomot- The wives of the members an

eighth grades and the art classes ed to the semo- group M.tl'le Ruth Invited to be present According
Funeral service for George L.
will occupy tilt new room$. Tweivtv Mr*. Webb's close is very sorry Pope, Doris KeIy, ;*,olValker, to custom, a pot-luck luncheonwill
Martin, 74, who died la the Dade
-two type-writing and bookkeeping I to lose Jack Webb who left this Margaret .LwfIIICL. Mary LouisePleree County hospital last Friday shortly, be served. !

tables were delivered to week tor Virginia Thel. \I Rudford. June
:
after being-taken there from the
th. school this wk and win beg hcshum Merit ...>nku, Cj nllVa ,,
Bernard home in Narsnja wherehe T L O. O. F. TO MEET IN TAMPA
pi l ic ed I*the ctewroom now occupied Mrs. Flfield elm has started X,nn, Von Ci':mm, and: tttrlet 1 I
WM boarding, were held yesterday A delegation from the Homestead -
Horn"IOOTI
by Mn Johiwon' Robertson promoted from the I
( king record cards of the library were In Miami Memorial Perk I. O O. F lodge i* planning ,
Junior to the Intermediate B. Y.
book that each child reads during under the auspices of Royal Palm to attend a state meeting of the

the yr It also started working P U I Lodge No. 100, F & A. M., of order In Tampa on Oct. 12. C. P. "
All of the high school and J'> on music posters this week. The diplomas were presented by Homestead. The Rev. C. N. Gilneld will make arrangement

n'oi high tl0.oeII' ire planning forti ,- Mn Jas Giimer and Mrs Frank 1 Walker acted as haplaln. Turner for those from Homestead who
,>" booths In the Junior carnival Miss Dorsey's class has been Irwin, leaden of the group
Funeral Home was In charge of will leave on the special train from
v'ich will be held the last of Oc- busy making t cabinet for the coming addresses were wel-I arrangements MiamI.

looer pupils' lunches. The boys did the Mia Ellen Vann president
Mr. Martin a member of the Little -
1 nailing and the girls are going to senior union, and Nina ,
River Masonic to
Lodge, came The Compliment
The tenth grade home eoonom.ct make the curtains and crayonex president of the Intermediate i '
d.1 ..i li cutting out silk dresses or I trm. The class has started'WorkIrg unIon. Florida from Brooklyn, N. Y., The muster ot the house >'ar z 'or

Sunday dfsses 'i.;....e&QiIII.llrlJ in the new language workbooks Madine Giimer, Mary Louise I when he leaves Death a niece, Mr. Margaret tho i" .!c1. The girl was in the act t
Lybott came at the
of cleaning and and, ,
I pots oe-
pans
The pupils are very
sorry
Pierce June Vann, Andrews
Roy
end of a long period of illness and .
par for she could herself ire
tidy employer
to lose Leroy Fltzhugh who has Von Giimer and Richard Bigger bad health. i
been transferred 'to Redland I entered the kitchen t> see
presented a pantomlne as Mrs
I
..., or cto.l elected the School S .L. West read "There's Just One what was delaying her.

following officer* this; week: pre*.I Look". The Rev C. N. Walker Speaks on JeffersonAnd H* looked at her dirty hon-l

Idnnt, P'*m McbaMeJ 1 U vine-press: The children of Miss Ray's room spoke on "Stir up the Gin of God U. S. Constitution"Thomas and InN, "My word, Mary," h*

Went, Alta' Webrtec *ecnUr: und have named their citizenship club Within You" and Miss Eunice I mil, "but "ou'u pretty dirty, au:.

I treasurer, Cecelia Harper. I "Roosevelt City". Ruth Rutlandwas I Walker explained the purpose of I Jeffenon and His Con- nt ;>ju*" h

elected mayor Ruth Byrum the B. Y. P. U. "My Mother's tribution to the Constitution," was Mmj: smiled ('OYI1."Yeil, sir' ," '
Mr. Heater tenth grade chose 1 and Jolyne Mock are councilmen, Bible" was sung by Mn Dexter the subject of a talk made to the 'the replied, "but I'm pntterdraft"1 :

IU claw colon this week. They. and Joe Neibitt and Alfred Tomer- Home Carol Walker gave a Redland District Lions Club by : Whistle" Seaside ChroAlrlo. '

arc blue and, white. ... Tire are traffic policemen. Their reading, "Jesus Christ and W.." the Rev Harley R. Core, a memberof i'
duty li to remind the children Id In appreciation ot their servicesas the club, Tuesday night [ .__ ,_ '
Mrs Johnson' eighth grade polite war not to run In the pianists for the two groups, Miss', It was a ladle night meeting, and '
elected the following offlcen: halls, or In line, etc The mayor Lucille West and Miss Mable Rutb the club's tail twitter, E. H. G.I-1 I I' Mot ui: Susie, little girl must

President, Latin Cheshire; vte- and council appoint the various Pope were presented with gilts lnher and his bride, the n't talk all the time at the tab:e." .

picnldent, Marlene Connor; see-' committees Every child is on some ,: Miss Aletha Bess Lutz were presented I II I Suj.c: "When will I be old

rr-tiry and tI'IaIIIl'tt Wilbur God- committee to help the room run I to the Lions and their enough lo; m..tneri"Ex.HOME ,
v tn; repm1trff'Horton.. nor smoothly. The room tins 11 More Dinner Sets Lionesses A lamp and a basketof I I

a new health chart with red, Will Be Chen Away vegetable were given the

... ii blue, and 'WlIilt balloons vrhhr'fir new-I
M. Wyna's sixth Ode ,very '""' lywds by the c.ub
proud of the ftct that it has hd up fat each health chore kept. A The second 12 piece dinner set Miss Elspcth Ellis, Miami so'o- i COOKINGServed
good cittapt keeps tM health rules will be given away at 9 p m. Sat- 1st was presented In vocal numbers

Thie'class ivery-proud of the urday by Redland Appliance to by the program chairman,I
R.DJAELECT10NContinued music with star.Mrs. one of. the persons who have registered
new poster its gold Ram J. Davis She was accompanied -I
t art the pro.pe t-nterence on the piano by Frances Family Style

Tht 'man'. clash has put cards at the store at 205 N., Krom, *. lorboux. ,
atltaSemiiiole
( From Page One) up two very pretty English posters aven\le. I J
by the pubic ai meaning that the The room Is very attractively The tint set of dishes, given l'
members of the Improvement at* decorated with autumn leaves away lag t Saturday night, was won l\liu Betty Richards IsI Hotel

icxlation an in favor of such a scorns, and apples The class Is by R E: Anderson. There will be New President of League;
I I
movtt sorry to lose Billy Webb who has 11 more) sets given away one each
am yet to meet a member who gone to Virginia Saturday night, and one registration Miss Betty R"kbd.;; was .ected I

J K in favor of moving the annual keeps the name "in th*. pot" president of the Senior Epworth Dining Room

fair from the Redland District I --------1 1I until Utt end of the series, unlessit League of the First Methodist ,

md many have expressed indignation I BOY SCOUT NEWSBy wins before then. Each week's Church of Homestead at the regular .

over the fact that they havein Harvey Rue winner I II eliminated from further meeting Sunday night at the:
!
no way been consulted regarding I participation. I
church The other officers elected -:
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the move, and that no meeting of : Thos who sign the registrationcards were: 'vice-president. MIn MRS. GUSSIE JOINER
the Redland District Improvement Troop 25 of Homestead held Its under I Proprietor
an no obligation to Geraldine RelU: secretary and
Association has been called In regular meeting Tuesday night at buy anything before or after winning treasurer, Mill MarybeUe Gibbs; ,
several months. We hops that'i, the old Methodist church. Themeeting ," said R H. '
Done
managerof and publicity chairman, Miss,
everyone who ha the best interests :(I wu .>pened by the presentation Redland Appliance.P.P.L.OfficetoBeOperr. 1 Nella Sauls. j i Eat all you want-the

of the district at heart will at. i of colon ScoutmasterCain I Plans were made for a Wesley
was tn *aTge of the meeting price stays the same
tend this Important meeting nextMonday I Fellowship League for peuple who:
!'I and had to'ea* roll and collect
night,ao that we ran again
!I are past the Senior League age It I
duet, as Scribe Sunk Byrum wet > Saturday Afternoons I
establish harmony and lay plant
win be formed as soon as the 50c 75c
to co-operate wife those who will not present :' $1.00
league room of th
educational:,
W that Scouts John Starting tomorrow, the South
are
h VP charge of the next fair to beheld sorry > building is finished '
In the district We fed that I I Khun and Paul I;..c were sick, and lade office ot the Florida Power

these fairs have attracted thous-1 Were unable to attend. Eagle & Light Co. In Florida City will

ands of people to our area who I Scout Holdlnir from Oanla visited be kept open Saturday afternoon:

otherwise would never haw known I us and give 1"ef7 interesting lot the convenience oC customers, I

.If the be,'utiec to be found here' tulk.0 welcome him back.
concluded Mrs Stewart, "and we I I A supper will I Lie, planned next

feel It would be a great mistake to I: meeting, so all Scouts be than

give up this colorful annual event .' Fifteen nouls ware present, oat 1000

Wm. W. Johnston, president of \',c want nil t h. Scouts to conjc

the Ri-dlunrt District Improvement to (the meetings OlC 1

Association, Is alllO president of the The mT:",fy closed by the %
lode County Ttt Associationu returninK o| Cf':iota and the & -n; 10

rich ktaqtd the (*ir held In Red-I benediction /Mrr the tne*'.Ing. 1 1I.

Jand ,last February Meeting of games Were pimcd. 1I
I -
tbe Improvement Association I ,
I h,, -etoforc have been held at the
that'.
A .-I.tt .depesit either me I
c !I of the president 7 Ota
LTnt eaa...... '.aml.oneeali, W aamatlr "
"
t*. S,'CoilcctorlDefers I I Iy EGG BASKET I sae "Sarlags ..$ ..+. win "wf 'I i(

'" $..000 ill gash la 120 -*
lea
Returns 1!. Filing; Date 1 FULGPEPEGG fin" full Uwr.nt peelao tee "10.IT that WHEN YOU UUY THE -

DIM. lutam.
.I Edwin Larson collector of MASH Many
'
Internal revenue for the district oil I 0 Why risk your money on known rase*

Florida, today announced that the blades, when a wtB-known quality blsdeProbakjr.sensat4forltfBeStoffineste4-
jl t filingperiod for Information re-1|, 'd Q
r turns, Form SS-8 and SS-2a under j t "
I Title VTII of The social security FOR MORN: F.Ot.S .. I ground,boned and stropped by kptcU proo
leV
siX will nut be reqqulred for the AND IICALTIIXR \ 1- -- oaU .Is mad by the world's largest nakst of
Jw.eud84. Stpt ..34.ua'7'1 the famous rtL-O-PCP '"' :
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t The peat IUlo of Form &SJ meet baM nashea sreordlaa' t* the t---: : 7 rang blade-and Is sold by dealers every, C'

l kS'WU1 cover period! July ant> 1 U-O-fEF: Plan, oatmeal to growland Die 1 66611"l I Wi"-t- 1i..JIow, pIMM whet Start th dy with Protek Jr.and

183 CoD<'c mlr 21, 193T and must) highest I* mere digestible coollnt form than of cent ''WI IM Vow 1 see .bW TjOOO la''i start eaving money fa ahavea

be filed not later than January it, beat product, nuking It Ideal f:1' sad, III) 120 months plus ,M .........

1838 ram cLiMtM. Ask far the FREEFL'l.O11,9P plesfiee.Addr.r .
When an employee Attains the I r uitnr Boctll.fl1L.O.PEp.
c' *ji. of 03 or dies within such periodfbrifl I, N..M, .. PROBAKJUNIOR
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SS-3, Information return,
for employees who attain mine 65.W I 1

: diet" will be filed for period Distributed by e e'I I BLADES

July 1, WS7, notwithstanding contrary I HECTOR SUPPLY CO I .... -
Instruction on such forra, \ I tio* ei ft tit wn' 'S IAWIIT.; sties Bus





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::7 r LEGAL NOTICES II I I- LEGAL NOTICEI LEGAL NOTICES -



.! NOTICE MTKm"' Mir I MAHTCR \LR 74011160 tII"'NII'1I SALENOTICE CLASSIFIED ADS :
or
". Jf Norlrh 18 .ftKllY GIVEN that Itnuonre NOTICE ID HKRBBY ilVKN tklt ,In HI IIERKBY ilVKN the I* f 'I
I
'. of tfc. Final IVM.* of fit.**'oinnMtorr f lourtiwnni of tk. Final !* of foraIflniitr. .f 4* Prod Moron uf f in tie' UK hardAIIbd faptmikor. ,. Mkrml on the lord day n' sew =: ..lord rap tie rood w of an..I RATS: Float InMPttor) 19* live; tubMqumt insertions : ; I
4. D 111111be M .. onlrraWltotmtor tomb. .. A D. IW7 In.... Clnull C.n ,i( ...... A. 0. I**'? In the C'llTif ... 'ooaft
... IM. ... Cfrmlt .* Jodie UM
I in. C.. ol I u.. Elorontk Jmllrtol Chang I In sad fur tie Kl.'<. TO C'rrolt In .1 for I If. I

J, \ KlrvMlk Jit4H.I Circuit In ...} fort Ills ea...,. ".... ., In CteM., In Dwte Oountr llUld.. In ChfwMT. rn that '-- .__. t
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B.*> Corns FlwM In OMUMIY, In AM ifit MrMlli ... now Mvoliw. wkml.iT rortnln r.M* WM> poniliv wkmto TMliitM --- -- --
null sow xnw pond viHHvr, Tad .. .. BonfJi, Inc i nerM. onuv
&.. B_ ln n Placid car- I
mlM HUN.. IM. a Florida .rvor.Huo. .to .... rwlnUlt. new Pool P, ... SlaMlrf. and John E.: Mar...| FOR RENT FOR SALEFOR
It the Pkl.Uff. and Pool F El,. t .t. 1 item" Fly.hbwOkK1$4 : A aro I.......... IOamkrt N. "

;; are Drt.ndana (Dopfer.lKM4 :: 2.49"I. the rM.ad.Moonyaoktw.rk. *M 4Mti3 UM Mr>tow4 ........ u 41.. FOR RENT Nice! I-I'OOItI unfurnished SALE CHEAP Good .uto.
IMH41ok
Mo .
r.MM .net and to aides to n..MM I
_It. kk wif. If k kf nwrrM : Alias A.
MM A ardor to ea..g0o saw satisfy MMM* Ito .._ win offw ftrJo house modern, close matte pump and tank. Addition

the ..... otter for 0010 at pyhlis ..CMmbwklo w k. MOJ.Ml MI H. Or.--.J'. : .. ai"d i5 M 5S. to *. htahMt. kM.tH | In. See Henry Bthrni or BtoJ. Box SVU9 Leader-Entorpfiae., .
Mae to Ik. kbrhojt bidder t1f < For A.-.... .... wtf. If ... orMrrwl r OMk. MM*
cook. Mm the Sleuth door *f the enunt.k > O.r.l C.!.... r* aPbrlds d the County Court Haw M I.UM'I SI4-O1) : I
Court How M hags CnMy.:: RlorUo, I. i Corp.roues : rsjtlo. .:: :' =. PwrUn. h the tR, ot Mixed. FOR RENT Several lIuD4rt.'
tie City of MtM, Florin. IMVOM .._ th hour, of .,... >.lnrktn 1 1
UN .. ........ onroorotloii.. : HMUoTon. ... ,FIoriclo MISSIONARY
a acres land suitable
for an
truck. STRAWBERRY
boon of .tor*. o'elnrt A. ... tiM tw. .. TrMtM WIUI.K A. .. M. and .'01.14, P. M. .. Mona.y. .
"1 o'tlort P J.. Monday. tm lit day ofNoMikMT. Kol M Rr MnMMr Ka..... and H.roon .- the Jet day of 11_...... A. D PAST that I crop for rent at 19.00 per acre; plants, 40e a hundred. H. M.
J A. D. II" Hut _.... parcel r. ... Last 1 _I., parent of MM| .1....... to the,
1 ot lard .M.i.t.4 .In tie COM.. of DaoIt.I klo 0.o/lfo.11 I..., .IM rTortd.HIMTM.oiroonttiM. Cmu.tr of D.4. *. Hut of ,....... ..lorouM.4oiorlW4 ,I half cub balance from trap. Lyon Longview toad, t ml. west \

Cut at ,........ .feroMM. > .'tlki4 It ,P Realty n Mr R. Ek....*. W. A ......, Anna u.. fallow. to.wttl I $7.50 per hundred .crti. Part i < felbw. twrltiU Lot of Block 4 el '... BlltowraoFthm
II of Block 7 of the BlltoHm she II:. Notation be .W4 and :. Marry A.bar HuMMo.lnrottiMt kMMMk .Unuu : of Cer.1 "."'iII(; tuMM.j.W.UottMNWH I I has never been cropped and if i I i17-029) i

assume at"c.101..... a ..iHrflvtHoiiof I PIxrM.forxorlr o IO.UOII I'. Townulp therefore Idea for tomitoea. On ;
all of the NW ... 114.1. OomtHinr. a ....... R. ..... FOR SALE
of Set. IT. T... corporation. HoiM.tM4 T..- 14 n 41 except I I; : Good metal, Interlock t
ship M Bootli. R..O 41 Rut secure the Nit of the 8W\4\ of the )OWl!. ofBortlo. Bird Road (paved road) near ,
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.. Company It of the .kovr I
P. any
the Ifl/o .f tie .W'" d the .t I'named kr 4ro4. onnr otkrr off 17, all In Dub Counu: KlorW.. 1 Happy Fume Dairy. Only lea shingles $8 I iquare. Good I
said 01.tlo5 all "a ponoM MM ...Saline th.iwjf of passed t ft H electric
170 I. D.4. b. aa or poi'M.' tko OOJIM bolos .....ow.. to plot miles from. business rang, $10. G R.
section of
Florid.. end P_ Public. loo-
t.w to plot isomer claiming lateM, Ikromrh Milorthm. to Plot Hook W. II I Oldendorfi
of rmi4 In say or cede of Dade C_..... riorMU, o4wmrdlnic Plumbing Shop.
plot kook 10. I. to tfc. Lana korolnMow oW..erlbiia. Miami. Call at .Happy Firm I
public twoda of Dodo c...nETri.;: or Dof..i4ont>. (Dnrkot No.IMOID to _.......* of ouch pint I| a20-iJ4) .
W.., .iM mmlliw to 4M-fc.Uo. at ).on tko ............. 11_. .. dub of MoorJ ,. MM Dado 1Jou..,. Dairy or writ aP. Frlpp, I.I .
awrk list dub roq"A in .W Dade '!4lnrtr4 kr wk 4ocrw nod hi onto WMtuU KtarkU.JOHN I Coral Cablet Fla.

County fIorlda.IOHN '_ sad Mlbfr tko .._ Kill offor J. tlNDSET I FOR SALE Tropical plants, cltnu -
I. UNMET. for sale at public ._..... to th kltlmlbuldrr A. Special MMWT to Ck..uory. I "
| FOR RENT 10
As Special Muter 4. CMMoiy or bid..... tkorofor fur o..k, M and 4000... 1. t. 10. M .d M. IW7I acres glade and I trees and tropical fruit laacaaon.

100WI0tt 1. 1. u, B ..4 M IM i 1 to IM manner directed I. MM ncm, Mfor. I 10 acres high pin. Mr. Chu.I Jungle Grove Redlan4

the BVnitk door of the 000." Court NOTICE OP AFFIXATION FOR TAX I Camp. (poS) i road and Plummer drive.R. .
HOMI, .1 Dodo Crony, FlortM, to the ttv.ro: I
"OTIC! or APr' rf TION FOR TAX City of Ml.nl Plorttf.. kotvoo. UM !hours Chapter lilt A f DEED I lot .., yclork A. M sad tee oVkiokP NOTICE IS HEREBY: GIVEN that D.'MMonhnll. FOR RENT CHEAP 30 acre I. RED FRYERS-Llv* or aret*.
4 1 Chester IT4 Aria of III" File N*. U47 U on Momtar lie 4th day of Orlofcor, koloW of lIt uM Commit Too glad land. J. A. Norwood, R. eeL Free
NOTICE II HEREBY GIVEN that I : delivery city. Phone
Mrtolo of land
A. O. 1117, throe prnrotb d.r' F.I'
Ortllint. No. lilt Wad the lot
fol..., 1Mb, holds' '"f state .M| c....., _te4 to the Count of mad, sate of .r r A_..., A. D. IMI. kM flM. MOM to D. ( BJi-M. McEwcn Poultry Plank
fu (:
CtertlfkM No. .111 road the 7tk rl.wa, .foroMM. ....Ibad .. lull.., _
Yr tw '"f Julr. A D. 1 M. ku IM __ .,y af,..... end kM application fro \
I. p wHlLot. out dead to ... Issued thir.in. saw I i FOR RENT 2Q acres glade land. I
tar off" W luo made appliatl.r It WM II of blot tai tM II, FOUND
ConlflMto *Kkro th. (alknri I .. ..>nrlkft -'I
l' for a tee dad:to ko based tier.... flow i It. II and II of BkMk I. of tko. Bill. pmpnty I. the. Connty of Dado, stateled ;| Address Box S-1U, LeaderEni t 1
....
d OMIUi ft thw fall-Ins d.11. .... Section, of Coral (. ... "WI- Knwkti. lowltiLot I I I i terprla (S24O1)FOR I FOUND Bundle of bedding en

1 of Fkwid.vroprtp b.wllt In the, County af I2.d. Stoat Ohio of all of the NW% of Button I. .......|.... FUt. Book i, oafs H. I 'I
17. Township. M _th. Bong 41 Cook I Federal highway. Mn. Joe Lake,
. 1.: I. the Gusty of Dow BUM of Plorkta.Unk. '
late tBlork 92. Con c.w. .'..pt the NK of thr IWU of tie I TM _. of Now p.ap.I _I RENT Apt, 2 large rooms Naranja. Fla.
.. p08)
S. L. Plot Book Pare fl. I. wis'state MW 4 at Mill Betk>. 17. .11 I. OMMConlr. S. E. (
} Also
Comitir ft : at Florida. i the saw ..rtllk.lo owned was I. the gnaw 1 1 exposure. single: ,
Plorhto and semantics to pin [
. The __. oft I room Mri. F. Hunt 110 N.I I
peasto under bred of rowed to plat honk 10 pea V.Is.MM MrtlflroM shall .. ronWnv M- HELP WANTED
: of lie H.add M..11..11..rtlfinst0.sad w" I. the es.e I .., public records of ItaM County, Moor4lr to tow. tko proportr _....|, W. 4th St (ps24-olI j
,
florid. sad ucordlntl M a Hk.Uon led tka.l..111 k* add. the. kltrhMt kUnW1M
Unloio Mid certificate K.H W WANTED nonest'tllt'lent
( Mdwrn. of .0rk plot July of record I. MM DOIMCoonty '
T'' !.l according to low *. pamprtr d.-rte. I .......... the Court koM dam.M tie tint Mour FOR RENT 3 Hi acrei .scarified ; man to work on with
.. In tM ountk of N.- nbw. IMI, wklokkl grove rent. )
. .Utmn will M amid to the kl.k.l bid.tl. i' ...., Bnl ot lion SnotkwMt MRMTof I the IM day -it Nwnmkrr." IM7. !, land. Close In. $30.00. West CabInet al
M tie Oowt for
how door proposal another
Uw
fin
OIl tko WM of the 81! %. tMM. out year
.".*p hi tko uoiitk of November 1917 I'I lit* f.... Bonk inn foot, Wore llwfort. : Dew this tn4 day of IbpMoMr. IM1. 'j] Shop. Homestead, Fla. I Write Box S-ll Leader-Enler-
which It Mw IX ..." of H..........., IM7. Moth tlllli frat to point 1. B. LEATMKRMAN. ,
t Doted this ink day of S............. I"'. 1 1 .lnnlo Donloa 4, TnrMhlp M Lb- I Clark of ClRwtt Corm I I (117 01) | prlae. (1.4-Ql

r > H. LKATHERHAK. 1 Ruin It Kut _..,.t... 4* ..... Dad. County, PurMo '' _
Clark of Clre.lt Court.f I, mum or loft oo4 Irhw and being to ,Croak Coort IMFby FUR RENT Furnished apart- WANTED Young whit
N. C. STZIRi TT. D. C.I, woman.
'"" Circuit Cosec Seal DIldo c..o. Florida I Dada CouDr PlorVta.JOHN J.. UNDBET.At : I Xfbpt. 14 Ort. I. I, It) I ment $15 monthly. Mn. C R.t!I experienced cook, for restaurant.Box

N.QSTRRRTTbG: fpMHl Master I. Cho woo,. 1 Blggen. (g3tf) 141 Florida City. 3tl
(
OM.. I. I. II tl) I...... II. Oat. I) 'NOTICE OP APPLICATION roB TAX II )

![ DEED FOR RENT 3 apartment, clean ,
Art. of IMI. Pll. No. A-IIII WANTED Some honeit-to-gon-jl ,
Cheroot 17417
1 NOTICE OP APPLICATION roB TAX j jI.
NOTICE OF well furnished.
APPLICATION Two haw electric
FOR TAt DIED NOTICE 11 HLRKBY GIVEN that neii man and wife to share
my
Charter IT4IT, Area DIED:ofU, File A-1ML Charter 1741*. Art. of IMI. Pita A-IJIt. I,'Marshall ku4or of BUM .M e.. stoves and electric Ice boxes, Ione i home this winter.
Sleeping
!CntlftMt No. MI4 lets 4 the 110'1' room. 1
NOTICE 11 HEREBY GIVEN that
NOTICE I* HWKBT GIVEN tfcS1Alfro4 1 I. bal ordinary Ice box ndi I
.. *
D. hM flied
,of Aunurt A. 111. entrance from !
D. R. Thompson, koUor of Blow saw porch Ute of
BuntM I
holder
of .
But .d I(= Tax Ortlfh.to Mo. less wided I., 0 offko and own wade .ppI"' electric atove. On apartment!
Comb TM Certificate No, 4111 land the i iI UM lot day of AiMMt. A. It 1M, hM filed Ui dad to h. Fwd titers. InMCorUftMto kitchen, bath. Cheap rent Ernest I.
lot day of Accost A. D. 1MT. kM. filed. has large screened porch.
I( 4oiorlk.
MM M PV ,,'....'.004 kM muV ..ppllM.llo. Monte t., ml ontMt .Ml two made ..pvlIrKMo. ooikrooM Slaad foUuwlw V.ryl l T. Rhode, box 93, NaranJa. -
; for tan dad u .. Issued. .......... for ... .,.... to k. Maud U'-r. m. 1'l.Ida property. bwk In ale county d D.d., stein reasonable rent .. to I Fla. (peg)
:
.
Saw rlkM C.rtitiamam onb.s.e the '""owl" 'I Sew C.rdf/rot..br.e proportr to the County the MlowiniMcrltW of Dado, r Lou .. and II. ......11.. Flat Book yearly UiianU. Yearly tenant _

Staid d rkwido propny 9swkc ill the C.wy d Doq State of Ffc> hta. l.wltl .. Pane I*. I. the Cowl of IM4. I preferred. Good location 2 miles'l LOST

Lot-t""look .. Northwest $ ......... i Lou IVlt, Blab I*. rulforJ HAITI,. I The HUM wrwo.t*t Plorldb of MM propntr ode directly north of Homestead on ,
ku4 lad Add .
Plot Ink, Plot Hook II,
St. .
as.s
.P Does rob Ame d Florid.: the COU. I puro lot U tko County:: of VMM. BUM ,th. MM omirtMto Miunl ." I. th* MUM Federal highway; corner Blacayn LOST Pointer puppy; liver and

To s..e..mat ot said of PlurtU. of! M. C Mur4p : drive. Apply to owner white 4 mo. old. G. R.
Hull
ptperty rdet .
the. The a..w..t of saw proverb .n4orIh : Unless _lei Mrtlfloito ..... .. rounv
oil .Id V..._.ordtlote_ based w" is lie sea MM Mrunoito teemed WM t. the MM* ad onnnllni to tow, UM propony 4oMrlk.I Mr*. Eva Colllni at above ad-i I Dixie Drug. (01)
Unless art J. W. LIM. d IkMvl. will I k. MM to the klvhoil boo dreai.
Now
mrtlfirste ....11 be rwloe.l'
lid ....fees te .law. the da.rlb.d V.... ..Mttlflr.1._ ...>n M r.Mimi4woonlliw I 4or .t the Court house door *o the flntjMoiMtor ;i MISCELLANEOUSPIANO
to the month of Nomnkor, 1H7 I
time". will be said IN tbe ., property "described acarlSfied
at the Comes high. bidder I thol. .tI1"M-wU: : the kUlkiM bidder 1 whu-h It UM lot day of N__. 117. FOR RENT 10 acres
door '
day lee the .= :, November on tie, 1047 fist, which'la M k :M the Court b... 4mo o. the tint Mon.4u i D.W4 rib llnd day of September, ''''.'' land. $15 an acre J. U Hilaon TUNING one .alrln.

tie lot day of N_...... IN7. I. the Month of Novonkw, Itrt. whlekI. 'I B B. I.EArHhRMAN Narcnja. a3tf Good used piano for ak.e cheap
POW thin loll of tie lot Mr of Moranhor' IM7 Clork of Circuit Court I ( /
a. II LIATHIBRMAN: 8rpt.wbr. 111"1 Dated this Un4 day of Bwlmbw IM1.E. Dado C..ay. r........' W. E. Koon. HI N. \T. 3)4 8t

Clark of c,..." Ono,. a UATH: :RIIAN. Circuit Court by Seel n. 0.1, HOUSE FOR RENT or MM-3 "

C'-I& Court.. Dade Connor. Florida.. j Clark Dada of County Circuit. Court Florida, I trot. ERJrl': U> | rooms and modern bathroom I SITUATION WANTED

Air K. C. Circuit Court ... Running water 2 screened

(Oot. I..Titl n.l| {, By K(On C.*.rrERRETT.14 Got I.: I O., U O) |, WANT ADS PAY i ponhei. Newly painted inside! WANTED -- Young white woman ..;

I I1N wants general housework or Job
and out. Garage fruit treei.

COUNTY COUNTY 101"g'11 COURT, DADS Couple only. W. W. Severy, ear ai housekeeper; live on promises; I
FLORIDA
Rill': ESTATE Or iloMty a. Willis.., of Redd'i Dry; Cleaners, Home! experienced cook capable houic-: I

oN" .. G. WIllIo_ daw0.d. STUDEBAKER DISTRIBUTOROffers I keeper. Box T-120 Leadci-Fn-
N.4M. oi I........ to Make ApultMtlol itead. tcrpriw.; t

Mattes rV" Final'. gives Discharge,,that I have tIW

my lima aeons and petit." I. Plod LEGAL NOTICES I WANTED :
-.....
Ancillary Executor 01 lie \
ebb of Kaknt O WlllhiM .'100 a O. Drastic Reductions :
........< ; .n| that M UM intk WILL BUY lime grove of 10 lo 40
day d 0.t-9. 1MT will apply I. the NOTIl: OF ...AIIT..'" KALI I lam lultuWe) for
acre or mine '
, He........... W. p. Nlaotm9. Closets, Jude', NOTICE II HKKKKY GIVEN that I.
d Dodo c....... 'Iondo fa atwund 01 pur u.n.. of tie yln.1 Dew of forcln.ur *- Box W Leador-Enterprttv j
Now float report and fr fI..1 dlahre. entered .. Ih. toed day of lop.tnnbrr .
at pitO-ol
Ancillary Executor fA the .tau of I\oIoori 1937 STUDEBAKER SIX TRUNK SEDAN; radio. 5785 A. D. IM7 In the Clnolt Cowl _.. ,.
(L 'W..._ aIIae .. G. WII...... A. Was II13S-Now of the KlnMtk J ad..... commit W .M), -
_...... 1 for Dodo to.Mr. fWriu, M Ch...", In WANTED Lilting of houses

n. IVA day CAMPER of .....-WILLIAMS..... I...,. JB37 STUDEBAKER SIX CUSTOM COUPE; 800 mile 5695 Tax that Bemire metals MMM Munoo.ww.:..>Hlln riorM.' whml norrmtloB. -I and leartmcnta for rent. Henry

Ancillary bxaa Sac. 11:..... d ....... Wa $970-Now U she ,10.111. sea John K.Moron Behrena St Ben}. W. Mafia N.
:' will:- .1100 A. Go WII..._ and Norse, kM wlfo. If .k.k. .I Krome ave. north of 10-cent
,, wow Nation M. awl.. w tnuonniirTrn
1937 STUDEBAKER PRESIDENT 8 TRUNK SEDAN 5995 I store phone 94. (a It-It)
(Seem- K Ort I, I. IIIM t- Cor. tnbtoo Piyrorlwi. Iw. aPk !
DEMONSTRATOR Was $138 -NowI9M >rM. corporation <.. *. itr** ; _
Item R. Aubry and A..... .

DADS.' CIVIL COUNTY.COURT VLIISm6.bP agree No. ty 1140",1NOTMR or I, BUICK SEDAN t DOOR; look like new, car. 5745 wU. If h.Aukry k. ourriMl.kjlf..Pt.. If k*I.k.Asher ma 'WU.I Buy a Home

8" SRRRIFrs a.La II Actual mileage SOOO mllea--Now tw Mara .n4 MM>. M.. wi'
MARtTM LUMPIER COURANT, INC. n. ... err+Md : >rl t. ........ mm* Grove Land
rarporltln., PloJnlirr M. DIXIE fAMURIIHSNT ,....... his. wtft. If k* ... m.rr.w I aoL If Buy
CdHP/Nr, .oroor"U*. 1931 CHEVROLET TRUNK SEDAN; fine condition; looks $535 not of the .km a..ed PT- ... 4M4.mry .I
Ntsrg like brank new car-Now plow person 10PHMIM.. tie MMT Buy Glade land ;
W WREBT Civil?'( tkrt t < ---- ...... wnk_.. ...,..1.. map moment by.1 \
9. C. COLCMAM. M ffMrW CM.W 1 rUriM. esdr and .r llrtw of t 1834 CHEVROLET PICKUP; Shape; low mileage $445 $Mnb.kw .. : Oft 0rf ade"e.l I price are Imminent.Den't .
writ OMMttm korotoforo word oat of' Now /lka'k.1 N.M4"1" the .....1. ... I-
MM oiitltM Cart own tie MtMM Mw.tat w directed by orb doom" and nibble about prise.Don't .
to the .kon :1 l : :
upy orw U Moovt* u4 Mtbrr the Mofrw ., w1
haw had WM kM I'u-.. .d.bedproperty. msNC: TOWN SEDAN; radio: equipped 5435 for ht wklhi *... k> tk* nail.
twit 'I klckMt, = or bidders lh rfar PxMik. Bey now.
Late I* t> M. rwdcjfn, of Mork I; ** and I. tko Muo. 4Hr,.rt4 I.MM .
.BENrr CITY, mMMM. DM. 4onrM. kKor dam aootk 4oo of the Y..H thank ane far this retgeatlea -
:County, rlorUo. Moordlnf : Plottkmof j jJ J9SS STUDEBAKER TRUNK. : SEDAN. SIX. .. .. 5475 Lomty: Court H.- .. Dow Cowrly, n.tU. t few anonilii beaeej I
Moor4i< In rut l k T. t Now ., M .... City rf MUo>l, ,,-. kMworath.
J 'sous. 7%,+f Ow F..Nla akn.Ns .t Daft I been of slaves. .'.bah A. M. and two II. A. Cameron .
ca.b. Florida.a *lorii r. H: on MoMtoy th/ 4th ry of
q tie ..wooly .filar about esod a. UJ4 OLDS SWAN; In fin condition; reduced. to 1395 Ortob.r. A. D. loll DM MTUI. vessels

...*.... DUll AMV8EMKMT COMPAMT.oortnratkM Now, Me is". oHooM4 to tko O..v ot IM4o
s : and that .> --. on lot state d Ykwwl. -101, described am10110..rlnwNI
! day of N_..... A. D. IMt. kstw..m tie '
bend boor of Main rely. saw .-.loi tie ,...yii .M| two Voek M tko Now II. it, II ..4 fed Hlork I, .f Ik.
J .'- .. MM d... M the MMk proM .Hlllmor. ...- .f Oorol 0aI0..., a TRANSFER
Ooor of tko C*>|* Hnon .. Knurl, Do* .oMIrtftm of .n af.... NWU of IM.tlo. It f
Coo.U>. r...... I Wtl Hr far SAW mt MANY MORE: TO SELECT FROM.ALL CARS GUARANTEED IT, Toomwlp |4 _... JUim 41KM I SUCCESSOR TO a. c HuariiTFreUkt.

I oil .. ...w... ....." to tko kfckoM ..04OM oiMpt tk* N v .f .... Dirt Weed. Shavings,
b" bidder for *. to ...ad..1d. the i MWH I.n..
5k..w der&P.aty so 11.0. tM.pais.t ( .". riorMo and woonNo. .a"I. I eta Haakd
the raw 4 f..don9 be .....",, aSam _, I M. o1 "pad M plat boots CaB MSIlanMttead
..... Meltzer Motor Co. ........ raoowY af :: .
I. D. C. COLD AN. 1 fclo. .Ml .MI41.41 M 4o4lMll i.f
011 1Iooot"? 01 Dade Constr. riarkim .Mti put' 4hl of riin4 M MM )Lde I
0. JUa"NU8, llspptp .baftfl. Cm.tr, Floc ids.
r ', GRILRYof : Ph4MM I5SZJ Miami, Florid 230 N. E. plots 8L JOIN i. uNnll?. 7. '111)

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Friday, October 1, 1937 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE __ Page Twelve

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I The Redland RattlerBy Chase Bulk


---....-.... --SHIKIJEY-.--.-. IIARKNSS3 ZEAL

Two bandied tittytighipuplli Prsldent,, Jeanette On; r..- Sanborn ur
are now enrolled in the president, Myrtle Caaon; secretary dated
high school making a total of 641 Aimpeon. Mrs. Curtis Lee and Coffee !
In to far at the) reword show the Mrs. Simpson have been chorui
1 1
senior das of "l JT-S$ with its I room mothers. .
lbs.
lau rojl OUT to tt. Urgest graduating _
dan in the hisfoty fit the Mrs. _..... second gr.da pupils J'ftivl 21CCOLD.
Redland tHstrtct are beginning a unit on the 24C
hem Atf; ao intensive study of
The Parent-Teacher Association the subject they will build miniature .
met Wednesday at the Italian caves, log cabins wigwam, MEDAL Tasty Bulk
School for Its annual. County tree house and modern homes.
Council Day. Identification TV* Invite you to see for yourself. Flour 20 lb. bag 9Zc Ginger Snaps
In the form of little red schoolhouses
wart mad for the visitors The Rwtland High School car- 2 Ibs. .. 2.1C
Oval l win Oct. 2'.
by Mia Caifi art daises. tt LONG ISLAND IRISH

A flee club accompanied by -- -... Delicious

or.Miss sang Rebecca three fisher musical music selections direct.: REDLAND F. F. F. Potatoes ItO :17c FIG DAM

"Wultin' in the Shadow, "I Hearth By Willis Bmxley
Bees Hufrvmia' and "Neo- -...---.....--..-. 2 lbsw u. h 25c
poHtan Nights". The group was Last Monday night the Redland LlnnY's Sue the Coupons
composed of Doris Price, Betty ,Future Farmers met in their new Southern Lady
Blaka Mary Ann Brown Men club house and elected officers for MILK 3 tall cans 20c
jorlc Campbell, Vera Parker, Ethel the year 1837-38. The new staff Salad DressingSwift'
Robert, Cleo Chubb, Evelyn of officers is as follows: president, sam.
Chambers Billy Hilton, Kenneth Warren Wood; vice-president. Larry or Relish
VEGETOLE
Jewel OR
-
Hawkes. Cohen Leggett and John
Holt; treasurer Walter Thompson
B Graham f ) adviser, U. A. Baker; secretary 4 Jbs. qts. 25c
LARD - h.
Alvin Prothero; reporter. 44c
Miss Payne, Junior sponsor, nnnouncet Willis Huxley; executive committee All Good
the election of the 'ollowln -, Riley Hilton, chairman; John
( officer: Cohen' Leggett, prey Borgardt, first man, arid DOB Lair DURKEE'S Ask about FREE percolator or Fruit Cocktail
Ident; Bobby Ames, vlc -pre I ldent; third man.
f c set or gl'-aies.
Emily EnAcL wcretuiytUna; Jane 1 Dues were collected from a considerable tall cans 15c
Llndgren, IreMurer; Marjorie number of the members u.

Margaret Campbell Griffin social,chairman claaa ttporter.; and by Thompson.the MW treasurer, Walter OLEOMARGARINE, lb. :I.9C Sunbeam Pure

AH of the Redland agriculture PreservesVEGETABLES
Mr. Oolry' tenth grade girls student who Wish to be consideredfor
elected they class officers. The y membership In the Redland medium
are aa follow: president, Marie chapter an urged to file their applications I Fresh Meats .Flavorsc
;. Neil: yica-pnaldent, Gertrude not later than the next Auorted
Greet; secretary, Shirley Davis; regular meeting.
treasurer Carolyn CampbeHThe.rf Guests present were: Mr. Parker Sunburst Bartlett
Mr. Hamptcsk, L C. Davis, Joe GREEN Country Roll
hm n girls have elected DiNaU and Mrs. M. A. Baker. PEARS
clams Officer tt follows: Mildred Members present were: Warren APPLES BUTTER
.. Lewis president; Betty Garrett, Wood, Larry Holt, Willis Baxley, Noe 2% can t7c
secretary; and Jaw Vrana treas Alvin Prothere Walter Thompson,,
unto John Borgardt, Don Lair, Cecil 5lbs. ._._. _..19c lb. u _ 39c FANCY

Parker, Herman Byan Billy:
The eighth grade girls, sponsored I Campbell, Billy Hilaon, Allen Golden Ripe June Dairy RICE
bv Mrs. Zella S. Polls have elected Hartford. Elmer Hampton George .
thefollowing rr-for the year:I OrunwcIV and M. A. Baker. BANANAs Cream Cheese 5 lbs. : 23c
. .

J. A. Rehwfnkel Will Adventure Is Coming 3 Ibs. .. h.. .. lOe 2 pkgs. .. 1St Shun's

Teach New Co-ed Class I I In The American Boy Western Chuck FIELD PEAS
Lone Crisp
lands" wM Ukm. adw.ts, tad the M. with snaps

: Jennings A.Rehwtnkel,principal of tot..plum WKtae will__Hat rf TH pl.(nty AMERICAN to pIMNthan | CELERY ROAST No. 2 can ................. 10cbunch
of the Homestead and Florida City j Silly IHmiliM. 'Thnt'IItraiU And, toe _...
schools was elected teacher of at "Sown .04 ab.ss ... e.. vrsnel.so .. KELLOGG'S
wet.r-troat *: or desire adv.. 12c Ib .. .. 24e
the Junior Co-d Class which .. h.
.\ wa tuft in the weird of poMMlnm, and mt h"
formed Sunday for the boys and a feud. absurd a ,!'...at.., rollliw b>ttlothin. > CORNFLAKES
girl of the Sunday School of the SWEET Western
rows b or .uitan..f Hewd
first ......... plane' hl.rine 2 for 15cArmour's
Bnptlit Church of Homestead aces Jerald _
.u
... '
.. .
MoBtooi Komuln of It. .r PMO! Round Steak
who are from If 18 POTaTOES
to years of age. that or* not bonni to Mrtk kM swims
At a brief business meeting held thr.wen Iko olnl_ of OHM, grandeesgas Star

Thursday night the following officers '..n*follow l to o eta rune* to..tie ra-MoiBUo MM jorUitan.X M ho 5.lbs. . J8r lb. .. ..hh. 28c Peanut Butter
and Ttomr.
: were elected: president. Wit.i UM troll of Mr till_pl 1..I.ala.A H>olliif. o"Uotlro, o>
i Liam McMichael: vice president wenstwtdn to TUB AMERICAN!: BOY Daisy
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[ I and treasurer Miss Cecelia Harper. *. llfo W o owl ...._.. had haw n GRAPES MEESE
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Lucille West to program swmon tk/lVrill .f hotline. Tku.i'rWrt.irritr""t

chairman. than-....plrt.r.llp. TM." -- 2 lbs. 15c lb. u - h 25c Super Suds
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ginia Doraey Mill Elizabeth: Mc- hroTIC:W i escorts Mmrt lo lea. tall prices.a.I of THE Tender Delicious Lr. pkg. ......,.............t8e

Ilwaln Annabell, Miss Redd.Sybil Harvey Cheshire, Miss f AMERICAN_.... seed BOY trey Mil...k....ral,\_..4 t.order the awe it Large Bunch Cake plate ...................IcCARROTS
t. Newton, HMM M .....4...,...- of ill. *...... ntooMW Cubed Steaks
Orvol Irwin, Banks Byrum WU- .In diet: ... yMr at II M or lkrimm .

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tin Bishop, Harry Hull William to THR AMERICAN BOY, 2. for .
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I HARRY'S WELDING SHOP I Fresh BEETS Red or STEW Brisket Flour



I PRDVt'ETON,1rLA: hunch __. .. 10 lb. ... . 15c Plain or ell-rislng'

Portable EJeetrfe and AoHylene WeldlPt Cylinder Head ,Ale ntnum voodoo said BaJhr. Swift's Circle S Picnic :

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and toting and eyUader boring-j 2 heads 17
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lb. . .. 29c Every bar guaranteed 0I
EXPERT WORKMANSHIP. GUARANTEED Tender Garden
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Boned and Rolled
Dry Black Ere
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; Surveys Maps 2 Ibs. ___ _. .27c Ih. ,.wa.e.wYMeraaw 33c 21k __ ..... 15c

t A. R. LIVINGSTON Sno-naD Local Freta. Dressed BABY

REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER Cauliflower FRYERS LIMA BANS


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