The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00145
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: October 15, 1937
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00145
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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. NON-CRANKING I Two Mile Rule of,State School Board .
I To Eliminate One School Bus Here ;

t.. PHONE SLATED 'I r Despite requests nude of the land Homestead school trustee*. WITH\ MILE AND HALF BEACHSTUDIEDBYDADECOHISSION I

Dad County board *f public instruction with Mr Nell 1C Walker county

f j i by the local board of Horne-
trustees and the Homestead Rotary
; -NO-RATE HIKE 1 I Club that school busses end!routes j[Cbnroy transportation director forth
serving the Homestead trhoot tut. county school system said that
allowed to remain undisturbed any request for departure from
there it every prospect that one of the two-mile ruling of the state --
'i Proposal for Mc Month-'the busses will be taken off effective -I I board of public Instruction would .Fire Station Scene : Follows Recommendations

Jy.Increase Dropped I Monday [have to b* sent to that body M the Made Year Ago to Dade
of The Big Apple
[ board had and been
county sought
> i R. Doney who wu the sue Board
by CompanyCONTRAcFFOR cetsful bidder en the contract for refused permission to depart from And Little Ones, Too Planning
fnrnUhlnf buM Service to the the ruling In the Kmkwh Park
$WOO Homestead school pupil has been.schoot case said to be parallel to AM clients ., the MILE SQUARE TRACT
BUILDING HERE LET Instructed to discontinue furnish/-1 the Homestead situation a* far as e.ewsedity ALREADY OFFERED:
s aa.fl at Mi dlvMMS t the Ptor-
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traffic hmardr and lack of other
tot transportation to 20 to 28 children -
residing within two mile oftbeschooL tnnsportetlo facilities are con- Ida State Welfare Beard havlsiceoauaedHy Land
: Battery Type System to : Sottile Tendered
On of his busses will ctmed.KlllJoch t..ads e*. new Mia I
Be Working In New 1 East of Homestead
I be transferred to Perrlnt wr South "school patron whose apples U ate toeUad new !
Quarters,by Jan. I Miami-to eliminate the necessity' chllttren were refused bus service to C. of C.
I' ,.- J i pf piling on as) exps because of the t o-mile ruling fan ......... It was .- s>*j e4 WTVK. I

Crankiest telephone will be 1 I.ed-for but It South uncontnd-I paying the bus contractor out of soadar be I. .Meats of Miami, I Pleas for creation ot a 1(00000, ;.

Installed fat Homestead' Without At ft meeting of both Redland, (Continued On Page Four) sapeevkee eI IN ...... park oa. tot bayfront east ot

+ any increase in rates, director of ,f J I Homestead, wen taken under con.liderat.ioll -
the Redland District .Chamber: ,ot District Canvasser or the Dade County
', Commerce yer advised by A. B. :LOCAL LIBRARY Finish A* Census Work GRAHAM LASHES i iI commission at Ite regular meeting
Dooley district manager of the I Tuesday 1. Miami
;. CovMwm Ml ,...,....** Telegraph .. Plan presented by County Park
, I Co *t I conference here AND C.OFC. GIVENJ12QOPYJS I Working under John B. >fhetp AT GANGSTERISMINDADECQUNTY II I Superintendent A. 1]. Barnes show
today afternoon.Previously I ot Mlamt: Dade County enumerator development ot 8M acres with
the telephone com* I .I tor the state agricultural arid, ,ta6 'tpt std a half mike
.... pan, had announced |hat the bat s''sss uttusinl Homestead: King rl Birc4XGs 51g. Con" opal
: 'ter/Type' equipment would irk In-, and Tom Theus ot haft 1 noer 1 D. Redd of Home-
lulled on business, or one-party On thousand dollars WM voted I completed .. all \lltural canvass I stead Informed the board that the t
It la time the decent people of
t line her if the customer affected ,the Redland District Chamber otCbinmrce : of county t IIII'I 8iOMr'. district |f, land would be donated by property
rate No. t and will complete the wa.- Dade County cleaned out gungattrlam '
would content to a tocrei.* for publicity and $200 owner In the area and he pointedout
of 80 cent a month. Tk* ChamberOf wa voted tile Homestead muniri- ufacturlnc emvaaa by Saturday' and racketeering that threatens j' that the park sound bo developed

Commerce couriered with appointment ,pet library by the board ot onutyeirupiMtoner I No figure are vailabl yet for I to fester Into an Incurable boil OA the unit basis a* the
of i Committee togo be* publication.The\ ba fund
s i at a meeting 'lump.day. and It can be don with close c*>- county *
for the state railroad commission cenu wa Started early hi I The project submitted to the
not only to fight the proposed increase September by the state department operation between such orgartlaation commission I* in line with suggestions -
but also to ask for I recIu.or r The chamber of commerce will I I ot ajrtouUur headed by: Nathan Improvement associations mad by UM Redland District 1
tion in long distance telephone use most of it* appropriation m UM I Mayo,commissioner ot agriculture and their representatives In the I Chamber of Commerce a year I
toll between Homestead/ and Ml-1 printing ot I >0-pa,* booklet lifu It will be published isi book: form state legiilature. State Senator ago to the Dad County Planning
>i I history and description of i by Jan 1. 1931 and will be tent .
board when James Sottile. *
Ernest R. Graham of Pennauco pre I
amiAt the conference held help today -I' diet Rcdland. District its tree te these who writ Mr. May*'* members of the Redland District 1 Meet of South Dad farms offered .. t I

at the request of Mr. Dooley.the .,being tnC OlJl compiled The by booklet Le K. I II!. It-I,clines requesting copy improvement[ Association In Red- to donate a mile square tract
telephone company abandoned of land School auditorium Mondaynight of land with bay frontage for a
14 plan for increasing tae buavaesa ..former: managing secretary
Rtdland District Chamber of Rote and lions Hold park. Dredging out a swimming
't Utephone rate if the battery bow and barglag' in of aand for a
under authorization Mid Joint A small audience that braved
, type phone are insttUed. M* I bathing beach were among do'veloproents -
th torrential rain to attend themeeting
Beatey said the battery type 'supervision o4 the WPA writers'The I' contemplated In the y! I
listened attentively to
switchboard would be Installed toto p Homestead ItotariaiM and Red-
, library appropriation will Lion will held their ,Senator Graham and Representatives park area. i
MW building that the companywin TJ: tend District
: the to
: [ Th submission of project
and the I John. J Linda and H. K
! build on K' W. Second street N the librarian :.uartsrly: Joint meeting In Legion : the commission Indicate that the ,
Unrary board deem moat adv.* Overstreet, scheduled speakers bf
two door west of Kwrne Avenue halt Tuesday night at :Of o'clock. I It to
planning board baa endorsed '
, .11. I the evening at tile tint program t:
Whoa Out building II construct Commissioner J D. meeting of-the organization slum I the commission,, and that its
J Contract for the new telephone County
1 building her has been let at a I Redd through whoa efforts tji*!3 LEGION POSTSTOINSTALLHERE Itt revival a week earlier |I thane greater than of approval they o.Uirwte are would much '
price of MOO, the district i men- I"" appropriation were' sect rrd Mr. Graham minced no word In ''be.
MM.and completion I is achedad Arid ywtefday that no *pproprlatlnn -f describing gambling; and gangster ,
tt time for the battery type has yet been mad for !'h* eondttion which be said existed lo,

rp+strat tp be In operation there by: holding Of a fair o; tafrvattJu.the | Hilled and led to Ill tntioductioa I II TRUCK SKIDS ONLO.GBIilDE,2IN {
1LOCAL. Midland District but that th* ON WEDNESDAY of measure to oust the Hialeah,
" ":. question come up I. I I city officials and put ne won** in I II
", "' at thOjMHt, regular m Uii4a the I( their places measure-, which<< thelegislature (; t
t..rd.' f ,rJl f;
passed /',
PASTORS member of John 8 alley
l I Post, American tegloa whetheror I We wewbW5 ho: tIhlntidoa/ HOSPITAL HERE
w Trial of Geo. West Set i not his due are paid tip to date. I because WI'\W-ct ttfed oMgatton -
I t ALL MOVE FOR{ NOt Foe Next WednesdayThe I u asked to pet on his Legion cap. Thats the way to elect your
I button or badge of past *f pmfnt i, legislature: dont send I de I Two/mn.w hurt! OM KlousU -
'DADEGAMBLINGIMlmlnatlon trial of George A, Went,,membership and turn put nfxt t lion that is split and WQr whn tjlrttlf th>5 EV+trt&rtv-
t 'charted with necojid'decree mom Wednesday night to help play the 1 II against itself" *e said. q-I Ing back from Miami Tuesday

( I In cpnnetthm Whit the burping ot part at boat to the Legion posujbf Mr Graham aaid "Thf J nwrajrm .1b MKrtfls; tof an
i of gambling hou**.':his g groctry store her early on the I II Coconut Grove and South Musts spend a quarter of I mlllioe Oversea > Ittghwlonstr; <*tloncompsny
"..,11.1. Jofat*" and all their allied morning of June it. will lie held 1 who sill com ta Hornettead lor lars In an attempt to ridJM state .,|addeyet plunking
*<$ itlt. in Dad County will besought 'I next Wednesday In pad County i loint installation ceremony with >I'of I cattle Ucw Wf ougfil U| aril ft thtCac4 *iun<*!Bridge I broke
by the Rrdland District criminal court the local post II' .. I IThttt some money from some hre and through the. guard rail I and pMiged ,
t Ministerial Association in tO: -Op- West wa arrested August .1 I* th* SQ3 that Command. ''spend 1 -tot0 attempt t* rtjl hstateVAc 'into the..... j
tratuJp with the Miami FederatedCJvldHAsiOdation. ,after Robert BojrdM.employed g ts 1'1' George cr.WJh.at slid I I gungster elenrert tIW: The menrCSrdon Adcoea'.Dd
A< a' Plotting butcher tit West untie the da{ofth4 I I to bs sent out. ''Y'OIlIl\I.ht mention -! I* seeping in and leeching on to 1 Charles WeatNerford. were rescued
1 Monday in the parsonage'" of We 'fir, ConreMed. to rigging up"*' that rerreshnvMt will >e 4 I legitimate business." .. fI :Snot tn> water and brought to
First Baptist; Church of Ho$hetMut candle tune, t, contain A of gasp.,lend after the tMCaU.ttont >e the Post Graduate hoaplUf In t g
with Ui.*B ev. and Mr*. C. N. Waikr oUne that set oft the fire and added 0 THE WEATHER Homestead Adcock leg was .. r
a* hosts the minister of this charged that lit eras kind. by Treat I A repretHn'atrwt of the FJwld I gouged from foot to knee and eM
4 section voted to cunt.ass the district to do It Boyd Said West had paid dcpartmet.l ot:Ww Americai Ln IItW.1It nislarneet W Nw f.w.oa..tR. off tot Pones'*t fbi toot ploughed '
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for tlgnalar to card* asking him $100 and wa to par him $100 1 lion I will conduct the lnstallabon.Members completely iwayUwhl Weather.ford 4' ,
t for the eliminelton: of gambling man when the Insurance was col- .et\hI board of county II PaleJlasH.tal| ; | .....| iris wa found to b*surfrrlnfonly f
house, "bookie taints" and ail lected. Investigation showed that urnmlnionen of Dade Comm Oct 8 i H I 61 |IZINI .01 from a sprained left ankle and
their allied activities la Miami and West bad taken out a 16,000 insurance I haven Invited to b* pressure at Oct. I ..... I 17 I U W."| M ,slight eule said prulte*' file kg.
t Dad County "-,t>.., policy oa the store and 'Joint ceremonies of the these. Oct it -- ) ta U gaegnn datr"not sat .% ttl t-I
The canvas was started fe* then contents fw weeks before.ttts 'ort u _"_i l1f'l21] 3raoOet Is,-,believed! that Adcockl kc can '
a Miami Material"sociatio in a* Rr*.. I Prepratlon are being maJe tomovlderefreshmenU U --, &I all (12"1| .7* b* saved and everything possible
w effort.to convince Governor Con Boyd"aW will aloud. trial on a. (CIt'upMHM.lgs Oct. U "_.1'8 l I II.IU"'V\tr..tn i* being doni,M..avoid, the neneastty.
r ,(ContlBaeA Paw Jour) j charge fit maid deg 'M" ar.tui tt'l Lagleoaairar, Oct 14---.:::.rut FT"d'1to, "' 'ot'IUnpUflttsdL -" -' 1"j'


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Pace Two THE LEADEl ENTERPRtCE: Friday, October 15, 19:111:

Students i Dec.. 18, Miami Beach ..__UereI I t I Will Show Free alkle" Mrs. l\fai'tHarria Hit
Codes of Conduct Adopted by ,
I .
Jan. 4, Edison there I II
I Jan. \Ake.Wpfth (tentatl*) I II Talks by MembersA After 18 Monthlr]
Suggested Beckham in Talk to P.-T.A.: .
i Jan. 11, Miami lush! _--_ttre I free talking picture and snaddress ; \ -f-":' .;
I I Jan. 14, Ponce da Leon .....hereJan. by Florence Breed national Funeral services for Mrs.
The student body of one schoolIn parent and teacher present took JO L. Worth (tentative here!I '
) i Christmas Seal lecturer, will "Harris
Dade County has adopted a suggested place 'In the patio of the school .. I r na 23 who died T6
I I (Jan. U,'Delray ._.!. i __ there,, be the main points of a programIn
code of conduct to guide where punch was served. Jan. 2 Redland .. .._.. there the Neva King Cooper School In Dade County Hospital wheri
pupil In making decision a* to :t.lra. Ben Archer, president of I II !I Feb.: 1\ 3, 4. 1st week road trip' auditorium Wednesday evening. had been ill for 18 months, we
what course of action would be the Homestead P.-T. A. presided, ... I
i Feb. 8, Miami Beach here The meeting, sponsored by the conducted at 10 a. m. yin
proper when question of social or and the program wa announcedby I, Feb. 11, Palm Beach (tent.) there I I I Homestead Buslnet and Professional Turner Funeral Home
moral conduct arlie, and such an I Mr*. E. J. DyaU program chair- :Feb, 18, Miami High,__....here. Women' Club, Is being prevented Rev. C. N. Walker. 'shy
example It followed by the mt man. The meeting was opened _
Feb. 18, Pone de Leon _there
I by the Dade County Tuberculosis

of the schools: In the county would with (hi :JMuJini of thparent.:Feb. 21, Miami Edison.her* i Mrs. Harris who was bar
i help both the girl and boys and I teaches p r by the Riv.1: W. J, Feb. 29, Palm Beechhere I i Association.: Birmingham, Ala., came to Ho
ti their parent tmmt'sureably. Parkeir Dr. W. W. McKibben 1* pre*. stead two years ago wlttrhe 1
Judge W. H. Beckham Of Bade I Dr. J. B. Tower presented a I i Went of the association; Mrs. Edith band Robert Harris, who i
County Juvenile court 'told the 'fifteen-volume act of encyclopedia P.-T. A. to Find Out What 'H. Dickinson It executive secretary water-tank truck between If

Homestead Parent-Teacher Association -a gift of the Miami Tribune to Scholarships Available; ; and Geo. L. Swan Is chair- stead and the keys tor the
at It* first regular meeting the high school library. mats for South Dado. road department. She If ay
of the current achool year In the Attendance dollar and banner Mrs. Ceo. D. Ruehle elementary i Nc collections will be taken, and sides her husband, her father
Neva King Cooper School audi were won by Robert Hester room school P.-T. A. grade mother I the public Is Invited to attend. Trapp; a brother ;
torium. for the high school and by Mr*.I chairman, has been appointed to and a sister Willadlne Trap"

"Such code sets definite standards Willard Flfleld's room for tba ele-j find out what scholarships are' big I I. obtained through the WPA, of Miner Hill Tenn. ,
of conduct suggests the age mentary chool. ;i available for high school graduates, Lion Club drive and other donation
at which girl may go to parties, and what requirements must be *. A unit of the Needle- wam
suggests who) time they should get I met Also what federal help or work Guild will be establishedalso. What .ADS
home, and suggests answers to 33 HUSKY BOYS other help i I. available for students'of In the WANT .
high school: age. This Information '
other concrete questions that con-
I when collected will be given
front every young penon andthat IN FIRST CAGE
to all of the pupils la high school.

Judge young Beckham person'Mid. "Too parents many, The appointment was mad New Stock Arriving ConstantlyNew : ,

parent weakly give up their idea BALL PRACTICEThirty Monday by Mrs. Ben Archer, pre1 a'I
Ident of the at Ii
of what I II right and wrong In the
meeting of the grade mothers in
face of their children arguments A ANew .i
three boy turned out the clinic room. IMr I patterns in Shirtcraft Shirts
that luch standards are out-of- ;I
first basketball scrimmage of they *. Ruehle and Ceo. N. Wake-'
date. A suggested code of conduct 1(37-38 school: year at Homestead field of the vocational agricultural: assortment of dress trouse.f:, ,
accepted In a school would clear I
High School Wednesday to form department who will assist her In +
up misunderstandings" In such the largest quad In the ichool'i this work will serve on the student l Boys' school shoes.'I

ease history Coach Ted Bleler said aid committee of the association: ,
No Institution or Individual can yesterday.Six The other member of the committee -I' Complete line of basketball equip.
take the place of a parent In the '
letter men from lat year's are Mrs. Frank Skill, chair- ment.Homestead.
bringing up of a child, but whetherwe
quad are Martin Bishop, Charlie man, Principal J. A. Rehwinkel, ,
like It or not, Judge Beckham Little (a two-letter man), Wm. Mrs. P. B. Bird. Mr*. Jane Nesbltt.t '
declared, we mUtt at a community Mrs. C. O. Robertson ;
McMlchael, Pierre McDaniel, Har- Haberdashery
take ttepe to car for the large
vey Rue and Randolph. Cave.. Fund for milk and food for underprivileged -
group of children who for one children of the
Men from last year't B squad are
reason or another do not Wittkop & Buchanan :
par- Noah Peterson Rqy Martin, Jack Homestead schools: are obtainedby .
ental Instruction and example In Sullivan, Emory Dearlng Bank this committee from the South
what li right and wrong. Their Byrum Raymond Hayes James Dade Welfare board. New -doth- Friendly Service :
energies must be directed: In Hardy and Rufus Sullivan. and used clothing, through Jhe
healthful channel ,
lest year crJmmagere ire Eugene : -
Z "You people are doing this to a Scherr, .Harry Pierce, Rex

t great degree-a* Witness your Faust, Jim Schallern, W. D. Lott,
splendid swimming pool and your Ed Kirby, Jack McMichael Fred
I plan for a municipal playground' Chapman Preston Bird. Jimmie ,
aid Judge Beckham. "I am happy McConnell Billy Walton," J. T
r to liT that very few cases come Godwin, Herbert Booth, James
before me lit my official capacity Sullivan, John Walton, Eldred
from your section." Oltmer, Elmer Martin, Harry Martin -
He laid, however, that there and Lester Archer..
should be definite moral trainingIn This year' quad 1* larger also
the school tyitem-not *ectarlanlim by Inches and pounds than last
but Instruction In whole- year', and the physical condition
tome moral*-to back up the instruction of the player It BO per Cent better
given In the home and to, the coach said. Prospect are good
r supply this training In children for a successful season I* his I
who fall to get luch training at opinion. 7
; home. Changes In rule to be observedthis M' \
Stanley Wlttkop sang two songs year will be: no center jump I ,
for which Mrs. Wittkop played the after field goal i* made; four timeouts -
I nocompanlment i Instead of three; more clearly
;, Jennings Rehwinkel, new principal defined screen blocking rule.
of the Homestead schools The first game will be playedon
; wa presented by the Rev. Milton Nov. SO In Homestead against
B. Sackett, who gave a brief summary a team shade up of H. H. S. alumni
of Mr. Reh'wlnkers educational players. The remainder of the

training and experience. schedule as, ananged by Coach im Lill
( Mr. Rehwlnkct\ In introduced, Bleier I* III follows:
I the members of his. faculty. Afterward Dec. 3, Redland here ANN 'Ib
an Informal get-together of Dec. 10 Delrty hereKilgore's

A Happy URI

j Bred-Rite

i Home Circlein

Tomato Seed 1, Your Own Home!

A HAPPY home circle What meaning It conveys. Prideful -

: parents watching their children develop. ;

Bred-Rite Marglobe .

Without charging a penny in brokerage fees, we'll be glad

A Bred-Rite Grothen Globe i : to help put through' applications for apyresponsiblepersoil
who wishes to'a vail himself of the convenIent' F.H.A. n d

Bred-Rite! Scarlet Ta pet v : of paying./ a )home or for repairs and improvements 4

Bred-Rite Extra Selected Globeand

other leading varieties : W. : D. HORMfS' ii CO., J!rice .

I Hardware and Building Material .
I Frank L. SkID, Owner T

Fall,Line New Flower) Seed .


The Kilgore Seed Co. '

Phone 63 Homestead, Fla.

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Friday, October, 1931, THE LEAKER-BNTERPRISE .Part-Throe- -. .

I five 'different 'groups, +____" evidence shows that be is Justly Musk Loven'l\fe t'
I consisting %> nearly a. poariale ol accused.
an equitable division of acreage! 1 Mr. Taylor otherwise described To Organize Study Club

LOOKS AS THOUGH i for each group. Membership feel IN FLORIDAA the duties of bit office and the I
Mr*. S. Leroy Smith,
of 10 cent an M "* on alt potato! ,In which he practice He was ac- presidentof
planted or to be planted in the Jurisdiction the various courts the state federation of music
SOMEONE CAREDPalm current season are assessed Against CAPITAL CRIME1o I Icompanled :his visit to the club club, will meet a group of local

each member when Joining -nd an i by Carl Holmer, county supervisor music lover this afternoon at I
additional assessment may be made i of registration, who Introduced him oitock In the Neva King Cooper
Cemetery, the Redland on each member when voted by s discharge a machine fun In I 1 at the request of the program chalr- School auditorium for the purpose
District burying ground at Na- ) or organizing a music study club.
majority of the membership. Thannual the street or to throw a bomb mats
ranja, is undergoing a transform will be held the All adult who are Interested in
meeting a street I* an offense I
across punishable -
ation. The clean-up and beautl- first week la October I Bird Chevrolet Sales music art Invited to attend.
Icatloa week which began Monday by death In Florida\ County I
Thirty-five II'OwenwIed mem-
morning under the leadership ol bership cards last night. Dr H. S. :Solicitor Robert R. Taylor told Force: Sees 1938 ModelsW.

Chas J. Caves. new president ol talk the activities Homestead Rotarians it their
Wolfe gave a on
the South Dade Cemetery Anona-: ft. Bird, local Chevrolet HOME COOKINGServed
of the Subtropical Experiment meetingWednesday noon In Legion and his
dealer organization bed
tion, la working wonders, every- Station at Homestead, of nilch he I
body agrres, and the co-operation .ball. their first opportunity to see the
and supervision of a full-time sexton I* horticulturist In charge. ,I Mr. Taylor, guest speaker at the new Chevrolet for 1938 at an all.
I I At the meeting next Thursday 'day meeting held at Jacksonville, Family Style
employed by vote of the association -I R. H Howard, extensioneconomist club'g weekly luncheon-meeting
night revealed in j Florida Thursday Oct. U, under
at Its annual meeting, Isresponsible and W. T. Nettles dis.trlct this enumerating the
at theSeminole
in great measure, it t* agricultural agert, will be capital offenses listed by Florida I the direction of O F. Adderhold
statute He Mid that he only manager of Chevrolet's Jacksonville -
saidThe down from Gainesville to make
weeds and unsightly grass will recently came across the machine I tone, which includes Hotel
talks. Hr. Howard present
have disappeared So ha the dilapidated ascertainedfrom fun and bomb law, which was I Homestead. i
partly constructed rock the coat of production enacted to be a deterrent to open-I I The presentation of the new car
the records of 30 potato farmers
wall at one section of the grave tion of gangster machine gunners Included a detailed outline ofChevrolet's
yard. I whose plantings constituted apd racketeer bomb thrower In' introductory advertising Dining RoomMRS.
two-third of the acreage planted 'I
Future development plans Include -I last season Dr. George Ruehle, this state The other capital offenses campaign the most extensive ,
the construction of a hand- are murder, rape and the In the company's historyas
of the Subtropical
some rock wall entirely around thecemetery kidnaping of a minor child for well as an explanation of the
it I* said.: I Experiment Station will talk on' ransom. many new features of the 1938

In short, the place where the potato diseases I'. The county solicitor 1* both car. The meeting ls the sequel to GUSSIE JOINER i

Redland District's dead are buried Judge and Jury, prosecutor and defender the recent National Sale Conven- ProprietorEat '
.now begins to look as though the Shippers Move to Put Mr. Taylor laid He lifts tion at Detroit, where the entire

.community cared. Two days more Tomato Lug in Tariff the evidence In I case before it Chevrolet field organization law all want-the
of the cemetery clean-up week comes into court and decides[the 1938 carl and was Informed you

remain, and President Cave urges Tomato shipper from Dad I whether there Is sufficient groundsfor [of Chevrolet's elaborate plans for price stays the same
that all lot owner or Inte..lted'frlend. County and other section of South going further with it or whether -|I the coming year.
who have not takth part Florida appeared before and filed it should be dropped. It I* as I
.In the work to go out to the ceme briefs with the freight container much his duty to see that a person i 50c 75c $1.00
,tery and do their bit toward making I bureau of the American Association 'I.. not unjustly accused as It is toe i Want Ads Pay-Try. Them ,
t beautiful resting place for of Railroad at a hearing in 1: se that he i* prosecuted if the I
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the dust of their loved ones, Jacksonville last Friday making I
I formal request that the tomato

lug used down here for the past
several yean be included In the A roller rolls-
recognized tariff rates of the ralljroads -

!; In delegation were Tom Harris -
Captain M C. Hardeo, and A.

W. 'Hutclhlr>>on,.large tomato ahlp-
pen of the Homestead area; L. L,
Chandler of Goulds J. Lnmar
Dado County Potnto Grower,
Paxson of South Miami and Per-
tinis the name adopted by the
rine and Harry Hector ol)4J
Totito association .
arower whiff
.' Mr. OMttUK 144 t
nit last night In Goulds Growers
1 ,
walun "becnule the fit'
P king House and adopted a con- t
want to make the ur".of the pret-: tw
,mution and by-laws and elected '.,
eat lug legal as a flWght con bli -
iicctora. j .
er and get It on the tariff llrt Th
Directors are George Cooper A.
believes it
delegation presentedconvincing a
F. Arthur, J. M. Holferty, Tom
brief and has no reason
Lindsay, and H. L. Cox. They will r
to believe that its request will U.
Ileet and elect a president, vlce- denied be said
)>.slde.lt and secretarytreasurerwho
will be announced at another
faceting of the membership to beheld Federal! Music Teacher

next Thursday night In Announces Recital
Goulds John Campbell of Prince-
ion has been serving ai temporarypresident Alice Ruth Whitney federal,
and County Agent C H.Steffanl music project teacher, will present
ef her piano pupils In a
a* secretary
The constitution and by-law as tomorrow afternoon at 2
adopted last night show that the j.' In the Homestead school
Joe Astoria who ,
purpose of the organization i* to
Sponsor a better understandingamong .. has given free Instructionhere e

growers,, promote educational this summer will present one

programs: among the, number
growers, co-operate with federal The public i* Invited.

and'' state officials when 'advantageous -
to the industry and sponsor Redland High to Hold

any program that would be ofgeneral ,1 Carnival on Oct. 29
benefit to the potato industry }
of Dade County and The annual carnival;; will be held .

fern Florida. IOUtb.j In Redland School on Friday, Oct
The membership consists 29 Tbe carnival play will be presented .
tide potato t growers of Dade by the Junior class under
jty The*tiye director represent I I the direction of Miss Elinor Payne

Potato GrowersYou NLRGt


want quality potatoes, so start right. Get ;
in on the ground floor. Quality begin with the Economical surplus-powered refrigeration is I i10YEAR

fertilizer you use. I' Jb&ctorrefrigeratlod. With.*/?} moving parts

71NM11EAiiY the hftti** Norge RoUator cold-making mech- '

Investigate the merits of a good fertilizer and I seism eves arctic cold even la tropic heat The;
know why we can consistently say, I pauses you spend tot current' are roomed u <

., DOWN PAYMENT refrigeration... Get depeojable Rotator

f COMPARE RESULTS WITH NOW AS, LOW AS refrigeration and jour worrie win be over for;
years and lean to com*. lO-YEAAWARKAfiTYi i ieb

r' RoUitor compression unit (Jg) '
-Haco ,
r ,_ 10 %


! .


North Flack Are. none M Neesateedm
4 ''1 '205. N., Krome Avenue Homestead, Ha.

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Page Four THE LEADER KNTERPRISB Friday, October 15. 1937 .

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Published Friday at Bmntrtead. -

Fla.: by the South Dad vfwrr'Ad (Citttaue1 rt+psa rage One} ,

mblbhlng C*. JN FJLOfilDft MAR to -
n tAUJRDAJf.PROYfSom their own packet, 1t..bIqCaAd
1 z dike snethef trip tot Wi'
MEN AECnCft _._ __ Editor lIE pupils, Mr Waiter raid In South r"I"lI"x
M1KJORIB LEACH ARCHERAssociate I OUTSTANDINGoJII"NlCTTON Miami where a similar situation

,_ ____ .__ Editor I ) :. was cereatefl, the city of South ;

/ I Miami te paying for an extra My If
.. Inland; M aeeend daa aufl .. of a school but.Attending .
smatter Marsh C, 1J12. at tie rest the conference .me* at Hemet.ad. Florida under f were several patrons et 'ii
the art et March S. 1171 children affected by Impendingdtacontinunnot

of bas service with- .yin .
Why the two-mil limit They wereprevent
The Florida'Christian Advocate at the invitation of Mr.
Walker. The only action taken ",
edited by the Rev R. P. Marshall
i former Poster ct the Silver film I was a vote of the Homestead trustees -
the county board not
Methodist Church makes the following
interesting comment: S e I Ito alter bu service of the school
rf r d !luo.
"l ruce Barton., who has gained A mating of the county boardacteduleld
fame and Mine fortune through bl
I : for today was called off
I breaks WQOOINS0l
writings about religion
nd no meeting win be held until )
out !in a magazine article and Wises sANDAlS 1,

the question' WhJt have w much AHD SHQSSstfoe ;. I-

preaching UND'JUgL i The Rotary; Club action wa taken r
"Much M we disagree many IHOUSTHY ctaimeo I at the club meeting' Wednesday -

of Mi Barton Idea. we art Inclined or PENSACOI noon and telegraphed to the ;G
to listen to him whet he 71 I county school board in session that '

speaks upon this subject- For one nf'trnoon Traffic and moleit-

thing. we hove mud It our burt- ntion hanriii, lack of sidewalk
pees to preach for I number of I RATTLESNAKE '' ORIG/NATGD tied lack of other method of tra.niliortatlon .

years and we are naturally Interested I FOR VfftOM CANNIDIIATTJ.ESNRNG were cited In support of

when someone proposes to I S I the plea that busses be permitted ,,
curtail our effort, but tie U not to serve within the two-mile Uro.lt.

; propeiiing to murals the preachers; AAA/DA RCPJTLt3 + 6COA66 K. 6V0NSTTUTe
he only' sake In a very Interesting / OFTA01PA. CAeIlTcl) Lions Club FeaturesAt
fashion whether or not we are are t d R 0Nd of WORLDS mosT
.' putting the emphasis upon the SPR/NG UNQV6NDUSTitCS Xmas Seal ProgramA

right thing /

t "lie hu somewhat of a caM talk on "Liberty, Intelligence

then There I* too much depend- : Our Nation Safety," was
nee upon pl'f'.dili1-of the sort NOVEL ENTERPRISES; THRIVE IN FLORIDAFLORIDA'S made by George L. Swan on a I

we usually do. Only the voice of prepared by It. H Done
LION FARM at Ft Laud. Industries on earth. Recently, this strange
a prophet and the evangelistic for the weekly meeting at the
erdale] established in 1935 and has business moved to where thesnake
1\l fervor of a Wesley could perfectly was rap was Tampa, Kedland District Lion Club Tuesday
r fill the bill, Sunday after Sunday, idly developed into a popular attraction. factory has been augmented by a night

t. preaching to the tame group twice Here, amid ideal natural surroundings, the reptile museum. Other speakers, member of the

W. on thap amt day, peaking to those Industrious owner, J. JL McXillop] and The unique flexible WOODEN SOLE club, presented by Mr. Don wereDr '

who fljiyt already listened to a P. M. Hutton, raise lions for market, selling SHOE business was started in 1922. The B. E. Catlin, .who talked onHealth

lecture bye their adult clan teacher them to circuses shows and zoological patented sandals] have proven copular for of the Mout'/I"/ ; Dr George '

No wonder* we have difficulty In gardens at from f200 to $400 apiece. Many beach wear, preventing heat from sidewalksand Kuehle who talked,on committee

I of the cats are quartered in several old sand. The shoes Are used In ice cream work; Harley IV .Core who recounted -.

.ton.We' .jrock quarry pita from which escape ia quite plants, dairies, paper mills and chemical conduction| : history ""
,_' Ate with trim then We I II impossible] yet they are at liberty to roam and acid' work where' it is desirable to .f the San Franco bridge; R. R.
\ do 1"lkJo much Only In the last I Kinard and Pope, who' '
much as though they were in the African keep the feet dry on wet floors.
..... hundred year have we asked our made humorous remarks. I'I
veldt. Every Sunday afternoon ROSS ALLEN,
listen J. T. Tomerlin and hi Edward
peoplu to to three sermons I son
Snake meat as table delicacy I Since of the Florid Reptile Institute, milks about '
on Sunday sang two religious numbers
.) "S Th Pilgrim father preached along 1932, George K. End has been canning one hundred snakes for venom. The venom accompanied on the piano by Mr*,.

.1 !time but they didnt preach RATTLESNAKE MEAT. He began operations is crystalized] and shipped to doctors and W. O. Talbotl I-

t 10 often I'' in Arcadia and soon became famousas laboratories for experimental work on a Reports on the Lion clothing J

'.Perhaps our greatest need Isf the originator of one of the most unc Hal number of malignant diseases. drive made Sunday were given by .1

t or preaching t ht gets some red.. to I T. E. Kirby and Wilmer Cast ]

pressing I that Calls for a decision: I I Used Caw for Glen Work chairmen of the Homestead and J
to break your phobia Instead, Itev J. J Richards, pastor of tht I
Thin we need to go bade to Wear I my (however meekly), "Well, 111 1 Homestead Methodist Church, wet: The first glass maker IB Scotland Redland committees, recpectlvely. '
ley s prescription and recognize try It this once" for the best way I elected vice-president, and: Mr wa George Hay U5 I.1825J. He Kirby announced that toy would: '
; that Mir people are greed of being Walker took advantage et a peculiarly till be received at the Homesteal
to winder an crgaslophobla, UK was elected aecretarytreaaurer ; I *
I talked at'-they would like to do I psychotherapist would 107 II to recall formed tare at Wtmyta, oo the Fife tire station for repair, repainting? J
f some of the talking They would : coast and let HP lilt turaae there.I and distribution at Christmas time. '
I when and haw ft first began, The ministers voted to hold
like to tell of their problem and I Ifr. 1&0. persons Ia ytsare
to node tow sift A wa to start union Thanksgiving Day services
ak help In their dfTHouUlei. And hating watt, and then to begIn do. this year in the Homestead Methodist -J
yet we preacher have taken awayClan ,
fr. I tat very'thine you've been' Church at t a, m, with the
Meeting and tune talked 'lhQpray.r I
fearing this long waito -Retarlon Rev W J Parker, pastor *f the
meeting dtllW"
Magazine Homestead Nazarene Church,
"Let's have a moratorium on
this surplus preaching: ..Let turn I preaching the sermon The union t.l't.
service of the churches in
the church back to tie people for I GAM&Iii G : the
district north of Homestead will
a while!
I -!; munlty Church, time and speakerbe l'
--- held in the Silver Palm Com r
Have You a Little phobia: f (Continued From Pan One) to be announced later ,

Nine hundred elgtity-one persons i
Do ;you have a phobia (one .f that cltiaen of Dad County do I attended Sunday school last i

.1 those fashionable unreiaonedfean not want pen gambling and its Sunday In the Redland District iI
)* Life today I It hardly complete attendane evil permitted. Th churches represented at the mint -
i ,
without et least one. To be governor on a trip to MUtml-in
Uterlal meeting Had all churchc s
very elementary, lake claustrophobia dicated that he would glvejlne people been represented the attendance .
the dread .f enclosed I Of Miami and Dade County total would easily have exceededon ewe
pacea. Do thf ..U.ol yew office llberaT onforecment it lhat| was thoMand, It wa agreed li a
oppress you* Would you what they ideatred_nd (rem bill 1.'I
bounce oath against them er kick I talk It wa gathered that Certain' The meeting day of the ministerial ,

them tt you would, go ahead. element! 4n Miami had! cenvineed: association: has been IF
to lot changed from the second Monday own a leaky: roof, j
Everyone "*pecle you you him that III liberal policy ww you
In the month to the third
are a clauilrophobe. what all Dade C.ddUen'i The next Monday I" us about replacing It with! Carey Roofing 1 "
meeting will be held at
Do < creaming ,
you n> % away wanted
Matecumbe, November or Shingles. Our line i so can
II complete, you )
whenever are a furry animalor
yon It wa the annual meetlag of the if.
: coati Than yon are a dor Redland Dlrtj-kt Ministerial Association II A covered dish luncheon we choose exactly the right type for the purpose. d

phobe (You say you wWI ye-ur ,. and the-Itev. 8. L. Helena..served.... by the wives of the mmM.Ii Not only can we give you the highest qual.'t'i sv

wife were.?) pastor ef the First Pre>by>rU Its, but wilt no more for Carey material
you pay
club! luncheon do
And at your Church i I
W Homito"A wa elected I t .
you .'-Qh when! U*waitress slow president fur the>nuing year. The WANT ADS PAY I han ordinary roofings will cost eta..
, eoffee'lute saacvrf If you do i
your --------
i; I where. Let us bid on your roof needs.BROOKERLUMBER .
It* quite powlble Visit you're a t

aplllum} ''II iK>h<*Ur some Bash I

the morkld lear of suddenly being

;, called upon 4o (peak--or of not being I: : rZVq"TO!e, f1A TEUrilOW called upon for! tuch a fear ,
the. to, no doubt, a pastier t rHakl ffeetrle and AnMHene W' rt4tac,n Cylinder: Blevtc,
But fur One phobia Hat'MY andthen I 'June" Treads Aluminum Castings and BMlor 1
disturb come Club wind civic
rest andrecognized AeUmetlv Machine Repairing--Catering la (aim ta inaJa ,
organization there to a .
name. It II'*rga,ipho- a lariat poseur :a.t'aJtnd teaaala reMHsertlMr. 'red pee stag
sad banns aM rUadee bowing .' <.
bla, the fear of work VW a i

ahort-handed committee !Chairman! I SHINGLES
down i .
approaches? you do yon CMP .
into yew eackat Deals if yews wMiftJ, A fi 0.f_ D, Ore# QQ rf, ft S


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. Friday, October 15, 1931 THE ENTERPRISE Page Five

U.H.S.4-HCUJB Florida Accident Survey to Ascertain

II HOMESTEAD SCHOOL NEWS ......-....Bjr.-..Tenw.."" p KeM...--I How Many Wrecks Caused by Cat!

The following officer were -------

MELLA SAULS, Sobaol Editor elected by tile 4-H Club et Home- Tallahassee Fla.. Oct. 14 vey will be wholly' non-p..rti

stead High School Tuesday after I (Special) Accidents don't Justhappen and purely factual aU rh.' 'ur

HONOt aTOIX FOR THE nan Mr*. Wynaa sixth grade I* itcca: president Annabel Redd: they are caused" saidArthur conducted under the direct j
vie-president ;
MONTH making notebook on current secretary Teresa Redd. treasurer B. Hale chairman of the pervislon of the United State ,
siste road department. In hi* announcement
Twelfth grade-hlgh CacellaHarper event The pupil are bringing Julia France Sullivan, county reau of public roads SlmllaiI ,
to else 'clipping and picture to surveywrWaUrted
Effl* Booth Alta Webster representative, Goaldia Orennell; sow I I I"ya are now being made1 ot swill
put in their notebooks. In music
leader Helen Hookeff '
; low Nell Sauls, Mary the pupils are writing key slgap- one w. M Parker director of the be made by practically e\

?. Elizabeth Kyle Nina Pearl Push, turn and ere lcrh.ng writ.rxalures The following chairmen were highway planning survey of the 'state In a nation-wide camp<{j

Eleventh grade high, Harvey lajng different kind of appoint!: membership, Julia state road department, to whom i to make our highway ante
Rue, Lucille West low Madge tin*.. They are very proud of Frances Sullivan lawn Improve- Halt has entrusted the responsibility .
motorist '
I report
Thompson William McMlchaeL th* new aquarium with tropical,Grannett of obtaining factual data tabulated and Mm Informal
Tenth grade high:Joe Ilcha t in and water plants which Mrs I proposes to find out what causes made
available to the
Katherine Orfanede public
W. IX Lou, OonsUne Schorr, tyna tu*'placed In the room I record, ; them on the public highways o* 'r
( publicity and Katharin A special feature of the Flo j
Eunice Walker; low Rosa Reitz, reporter Florida and what can be done to j'I
JudPkhe Ortanedei and Terna Redd, home them. survey wilt be the UbulaU
JUIxaJieUi ,_ prevent
BoardWest f Air -t The.elementary rooms are very improvement, Edith Bevli; food the number of accident ea
RacWt ianan.Nln1l attractive with their. Halloween and nutrition, Maail Poey, social "The mounting tide af motor ve- cattle on the public highways.tabulatiem '
\ trade high Jamie dew.ration*. Mcle accidents which numbered I
Merle Jenkins, lIandkl'lltt.an and win mot only how j
;, Richards tow Edwin Booth more than a half million and caused .
; Jay
home o.*, Virginia Kinoer, loa M motorist but win also i
Newton, Jack McMkhael,:Frances the deaths of,nor* than 19,000 '
Mr*. Webb class lies siartyi The club met fat the 4-H room the tint accurate report en
Lamb last Is matter of
Betty Jln. bem persona year a
Its chart work tremendu lose to the cattle 4
Pf tenon. reauing XM llbrrry with MIA Grady and Mr*. Carbon crave concern Hale said "and wy
of the Miami ettloe and Mr*. Virginia resulting from accident In wlj
the state road la de-
eighth grade low. Carl Fred wont tocallHder.I I department cattle are Involved.notions .
:Mr. Bird I* enjoying the Walton, the
trmlnd to find oat what It can do
erick, Lewis Wilbur Godi
I win W va Eaker Edna Forte study of stars./' 'The pupil have I Member present were: Kath., to tessert he great lose of live and of the tarts ascertafj
i Marjorie Morton Jo'Cloea, started an elementary science club ,trios Ortanedei, Julia Sullivan property on the highways of Flor- by, the accident survey will
Connor Mary : I Virginia KJnner Mamie Pale, Ids" given to the press from then
I Annette Campbell, Doris Thompson Merle Jenklna Helen Hooker Florence time for the Information ot
Mrs. are proud
Evelyn Syke Flfeldjupupil* The accident survey will be''
I Nelson, Goaldia Grennell,
of the f Aft tnffThey won the
thorough It will determine Uw
Seventh grade high Athley Edith Eevia and Annabell and
first P.-T. A. dollar and bannerof I
exact cause of every automobile
. Kemp Mary F, Rutland; tow 1 Teresa Redd.FuncraF .
V Katherine Rohrer the school term. With the dollar I accident on the public .hlgliw.rtand ,
I they have-bought a very "rMty will show whetlu. the cur th,.
I Sixth grade Esther Knight, wall vase and a library book for Services! Held driver or the oad was at fault fJi, publicSflifcft
( Tommy Harris Alda Cla-
Connor their C} II} data obtained will be used by u\ '
", .rooL
.r rite Dodson. June Vann. f For John Thomas Elder
state road department in a campaign
Fifth grade Elizabeth Peter, Hiss Oorsey fourth grade clxasl to eliminate the worst danger

I son Ardet Parman Jennie Hardy has made two attractive pouter j I Johhn Thomas Elder Jr., of spots on the roads.

4 Margaret Booth Gerald Andrew, for muaki and oral language They i Florida City, died Tuesday In I All sheriff, boards of county,

John Taylor, GreltJ Terburg, are very.'proud of the potted plant j!Kendall hospital after along Illness commissioners and other interested
x ,' Mary Radford, Shirley Dnnzey which was given 'tor the loon by I the last two weeks of which I persons In the slat, will be askedto M111111111ff 41A
; + 1 Donis Ada Dodson. S. G. Wood The have I
pupil were spent In the hospital. Funeralservices I co-operate In making records
Fourth grade Suzanne Brown started working In their artlthmetlc I were held at 2:30 p m. I for the accident, survey Printed
Eileen Scherr work book Wednesday In Turner Funeral : will be
i I forms shortly supplied by",
Third grade- WinUced Danzcy Home.-wlth, \he Rev,,,.!;. C.Neboo I the slats read department through
James Brown, Joe Neibltt, Gene Mist Ray'i"'cliii'Si grad that :.j in charge: Burial followed In Palm the highway planning survey for
Reynolds, Ruth Byrum, Joan Connor I B.; Morton la able to.bein'school Cemetery at Naranja Pall. bearers I i the making of accurate and detailed
again after being ouV-JMoau were.Lawrence BeckerChas. B. automobile
; Jane Moon Ruth I reports on every
'RUtla'd.I'Ylola illness.Th -John Rohrer HerbertHuntyr'CftasfJ
Sklner, Clinton accident.Tlie .

Smith' ,,Barbara. Wakefteld. boys jM" ..,Th .0r.1 | Cave and 'PaulMikZloer placing of the respoaalbitlty
Second Irene Haley for the gathering of the accident
I grade 'I' ?Betty ( *
room ire' busy J wotting j xwas a farmer and
Simmons Thelma Chlnners, :Rate data on the hlgrway planning MIT
garden;j:They.ark sony that
packing house employee,)n,peoant
gives that
Sincere, Elena Strkkland, Thomas vey assurance sur
Dolar ton Cooper 1*out'bectu** of 1U-,year Some elk or seven year ago
nest and they hope that he will he was driver for the bus line between
I'f soon be able to be with them again.kMrs.'Edwuda' Homestead and Miami He

All of the Jujnlon and the other I* .., tfT-- f., k* '. returned a month ago from North
classes tare working on the junior class glad Carolina .berehe bad
h, spent they
carnival which will be on 4he
!Joan Houses hu coma-tback summer.
ground of the Neva King Cooper Homestead after moving to Georgia He 'Is survived by his father

I School neat Friday, Oct. 22. Bobby Dietz is on the sick' John Elder In Cuthbert. Ga.. three

list this week, sisters Mn Bell Meade of Homestead *
In Mr I' Maynard physical education Mrs Sara Bullard of Davenport

classes there ar Hi girls Miss Jackson'}, ftrstjgrade fonn\ Iowa and Mia Ethel Elder of -_ I II
rr i of whom 85 can swim Thergirlawere Is attractively 'decorated with New York; two brothers, Pellus
weighed this week and on ao Elder of Hollywood Fla.. and
f. witches cats, and jack-o-Jantern. I Ili A
average each one has gained since; The pupil are clad that Robertj Robert Elder of Atlanta. a

the opening of school Corbett I* back after missing a'

few days of schooL 1 I f hostess next week
Mr*. E J. Dyal has been added -----1 Present were: Glrlene Pace Mapgaret -

..' .to the tenth grade mother. |! GIRL SCOUT NEWS Lawrence Ann Rheney, Jane
Fuchs Suber Dora Scott
By Athley When buy roofing for nw or old
i. In the high school art class**! Kemp, Scribe Marion Edmonds Ann Hlckeon.Cherlotti you prop-
the student have been making'bracelet I .,. ......!. ,...,.,._,-,1.1., ....J Gerontmo, Vida Clarke erty, jet your money' worth. B* sure that

*, ash trays, and nut cups, The Scouts met at Mrs Skill' Petty Bailey, Philippla Gotf Marjorie the roof you pay for will deliver the service
s. and now they are working on the home Tuesday Patrol leader Sayre Katherine Grave,
posters for the Junior carnival camp wilt be held here Oct. 13. Virginia Kinoer, Ruth Graves, you dlr
I Patrol leaden and assistants are Melba Vann Winkle Mary Frances
The student of the high school the only one who can'com*. Rutland Geraldine Reitz, Miss W* hand Carey Roofing and Shingles -

and the elementary school were The new Scout learned their Maynard and Mrs. Skill.Feililizers products of a manufacturer with over 60 yearsof
R pleased with the pencils! tablet knot Th older Scout took: up
.: and rulers which were given tothem signaling T'Md m: successful princa. These Proven Roof

this week by the Coca Cola Ann Hickson served Dixie cup coat no more than ordinary material*'- get
company with cup cakes Katherine Graves
our pric**.


Seeds, Insecticides II HOMESTEAD FLA.


for Fall CropsWe

have a fresh supply of Stokes', Simons', and Lan-

dreth's Tomato Seed. Also Peat Moss, Goat and

Sheep Manure for Pine Land Planting-And be sure I Dr. Neuenschwander

io use Redland Brand Fertilizers if you want results. I Dr. B. Gonzalez

Florida East Coast. Fertilizer Co. OPTOMETRISTS

Jl "u/. dunn Redland Brand Fertilize HALCYON ARCADE

145 X. Ft:,CLER: ST, MlAMt

rBONE'"lC FIAJ'f& IL iliJE. ..... NOMESraAL tu. ', ,"... -.. e


Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE. Friday, October 15,193T

_..u.wwaw....u.., .. .."..","........uu. .._ ......" __,........ ----:- : \
at her horn *. the Dixie highway
The Redland 'Rattler-1 !lit Friday evening. Tbwepreemt 't
I. were Miseea Emma IHeh, 1,
Ethel and Lola Nixon Balms Morgan
.. By_ I Weasle Penniogton, Ida Sel- I
-- U I tert, Messrs Cheatey and Will
HON'OE ROLL Want George KuXeldt; and Saunders, ford Cochran, Roy Ri 0a '
urtr, Donald Hawk**. Myrick, Phillip Reams, William
Second grade high: Melwyt I tro'-I
Miuselwhite, BenLowe., Cecil and
Davis, Ray Knaua, Edmund Some people are hard to Edwin Hook Alvin Campbell, RayHamon
Wright, Vera Mae Anderson, RUfc
One student complains;
Mr. Mn. S. A. King
Olive Knaus, Julia Ann Lee,, don't have enough books to report'
and W. J. Ba
and Mr. Mrs.
Jacky Rodgers, Donna Foe Me- on. If you're still reading, keep ,\
Cullough Bobby Garrett Bill; I'! up. You have nothing to toe "The election' mayor did I1'1 ,
Scott. now We just wanted to let you bring out a large vote only Reduced night telephone rates
ballots cast All for
being were
that think of
Third high Edward Know we can plenty
grade -
Pye, Dorothy Davis, Ruth Engel, M funny stories we could print, A. King, the only candidate. in effect all day Sunday
lone Jones, Betty Lott, Barbara but rou'd only laugh at them.UIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII "Rev. Wm. J. Carter from California ;
Robinson; low Elmer Sisk, Ruth will preach Sunday mornIng both station-to-station '
Craft, Marie Weekley. II 1111111 at 1030.: He is a fine on ,
speaker. ."
Fourth grade-high Emma En. .
gel Lenora Williams, Bruce WsgMr -"Mrs. Henry: Schumacher. Mn. and Perso -to.p on.caIIs, -
Helen Dent; low, Leon Edwards 20 Years AgoIIDiIlI1111HiI11IllfIllllil111AiI111111I11lgl Erpenbach. Mr. and Mrs. E.: B. ,
Charlotte Murray, Catherine GruUbach, and Mr. and Mrs. Thos. cdJI
Shackteford Betty Joy Lee Brewer were among the Redland-
.' ,.
Esther Kufeldt Frances McVicker, ers visiting Miami last week. ,. .

Barbara Jean Soper, Sarah Vihlen. -"Wm. IL Cauley Junior, a fine
The r vewc on" 9..w
Fifth grade -high Louis Gaby asps enn 11Ioo .. W we ..-.. ttt pound boy arrived ta the .
a.__ ..1.aedra ..... Ilk 1913.r Cauley home at Goulds Tuesday '" Persontopersontelephone
Junior King, Donald Searcy, Leonard W 8.06 vi.a. ...- ... I
Dent; low Melba Collins, Jack ...... Ort are till wild UM I__ morning.
Oautier, Jennie Bossols, Rose -- "Over 100 people attended the rates to most points also
Oct. IS, 1 1T"Mn.
Cheshire. farewell reception given to T. O.

Sixth grade high Webster H. H, Ewing moved to Taylor and Joe Dnhman prior to reduced after 7 o'clock
Williams, Richard Summers, Ann Miami recently for the winter, their departure for the training .
Shackleford Kathleen Wagner, having placed William In the high camp. The program Included
Rosemary Hennington; low, Johnnie school there. Katherine ha taken recitations by Mn. J. M. Dobbin every night of the week
Lee Andrew., Kate Gautler up tier'studies again this :year in and Mn A. C. Craw and Revs.F. .
Margaret Sttillman, Charles Kelly Kansas. Mr. Ewing: la still on the N. Lapham and J. M. Cormack,
Richard Prothero, Kenneth old homestead at Long View and and A. C. Craw made short ad-
Lett will crop this winter." dresses. ." (Florida.City.) SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAM COJ .1

Seventh grade low Ruth -"The Willing Workers' Class of -**D. L, Casa is expecting his seceapoeAvasi ,.
Hiner, Vida Clarke, Wanda Cheshire the Baptist Sunday school: were wife and daughter In about two
Fay Campbell Elvira Burry, entertained by Miss Marie King weeks. ." (Florida City).
Vera Sage, Teenl Torbert, Barbara I I
Williams,Jack Marshall John _
Benson Charles Sweeping, Walter
Kufeldt I II I .

I I Eighth grade high Lela Ball I

b it Marie Bashof pelll Cash, JeantU .

.... Cox, Thiresa Daniels, Dora
Scott,Merle Lott; low,H.A. Aman,
)tee Oladden Jack Hilaon, Buddy
Llndgren, Wilbur Peeples, Junior .1
t Rogers, Myrtle Cason, Helen ;
'."MF Cooke: ,Mary Lois Durrett Mar- ; : : : *
\. torte role NaUwllne Griffin, : :; : : .
; Barbara Kill Jewell Hodge, Nina .:
.. Lou Pope, Mary Jane Turner
Bobbie Simpson, Eva Rosborough., '
i Ninth grade high, Marjorie ,
H I lewis, Lillian Andrew., Mary En.I < Seasonal Rush Ahead? .
\ eeL Wanda Sickle, George Ku- ..
fcldt Harold Delaney; low Elizabeth .
Craft Colleen McVlcker, June 1

Trans, Claudia Yates ".nd'i)i .
Soper, John Brown Jr., Henry I I
:Dixon, Bobby Fisher, Graham Me-1
EIroy Rex Romlne, Lewis Vrana I II Ii i Don't wait until the eleventh hour to check: ,. .

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The senior class, sponsored by '
Kiss Katherine Davis and D R. over your printing needs. Why not find out

Snyder, has elected the following .
officers: Warren Wood, president, ,, ..,.'t \ now what you need in: : '
)b John B. Graham, vice-president;I II

I Mary Eleanor Williams, secretary;, "
and Betty Blake, treasurer. .
C L. Ooley's sojrtio-nore girls ,
conducted the weekly assembly In LETTER HEADS AND ENVELOPES : .
the auditorium Friday mornlni
The Naranja trio, E: J. Graham INVOICES AND BILL HEADS : :"
Clement Russell and John r M1
f Graham played several : ; PICKERS' TICKETS
Ruth Hiner did a tap dance; D'I I "
leen Ross and Elisabeth PACKERS' TICKETS -* .

sang a duet; and Fay Campbell' ", '
give a reading The Rev. T. ..? ., '
: Norton of the Silver Palm church ,
I was the guest speaker. I ''1.iI'! r.I..,." .. ,. >011.' ;'.'1'loJ""MI,' .'.'-' ',:, ..."" ,* ""', .

Redland school---is planning to I, : l 1 and any other form printing. We are pleasing Y. f I ,

\ have real entertainment at the
j annual carnival to be held Frlda11! individuals and firms who demand 4 't' 1k "
night Oct 19. According r" '. many t a
/Uctlons all visitors will haw a .

good time so com out and spend' ;. :.J .. particular workmanship and prompt service:! ,:,
entertaining with
an evening us.I ,,, ,,:,

The freshman-boys have electedthe and we ask only a trial from you. i .< .J

following class oftlcen: president .
", ': '
Harold Delaney. vice-pres- ,1

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a la few days .. cue*!* of E. A. En- Mr*. K. J. Rhode returned Friday Mr. and Mxa. Donald Sui Ivan of
nil and Mr. and Mrs. Bruee !:naiL from Dover, DeL where shespent South Miami and their intent
Ire summer with'br eon and" Daughter. Margaret, visited *the j

: anclArouncl : Mr. and Mn. Joseph M. Day '.\fUtRblMlel.............Ia..., 'Ur.. ', and Mb*. hone of M. K. Sever Tuesday

returned Friday from Tillanasseeand
Mr. and Mn Nick Ixxurhto and
Jacksonville where they viartd
I' .* fumd H E. Oberahaln sod W. E. MUf| three children of DeU-oJtt are
Homestead I ot Roanoke, Va:, have arrived, for guests of Mr. and Mrs Joe PallnMn. -
the winter aeaaan and *r* occupying ....
Mn. Alma SheUlin of New the Obenhaln 1 apartincata

.. I,York has returned to spend the emir tie: Florid Power and Light Ceo. Sonniduca lull accepted
w winter JH the Hotel Butler.
office. a position at the court house
-1 Anderson was ogerated oatofiScute of Cordele, Ca, and three of their in Miami. s
appendicitis Tuesday children returned to their home I Mia Elisabeth RankJn of Traverse "Mr. *ndMrVa: H."Worley 'arrived .

plith|ia Coral Gable Wednesday after a visit here with| City, Mich. left Monday Thursday from Hawthorne, Mr. and Mr Hunter and family x
Mr. and Mr L. T. Proctor. They after visiting here with her uncle Fla., when they spent the iumMr > moved; last week from the key to

!i.B. Grantham underwent a were accompanied home by W. L. and ,unt. Mr. and Mrs H. H. ( visiting Mr Wortey'i the Scott cottage on Avenue B.
major operation at Jackson Memorial Hudson of Cordel Min Eugenj, Ewing, since Thursday -- partnta.1
ti Hospital Sunday. His condition Sander, their eldest daughter, remained Mra.: Mary D. Frye ; .' Mr. and Mr. Clifton De Berry
is rid to be improving. In Homestead for a longer Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Capllnger Saturday from aa extended trip and family moved to Hometttud
visit. and family of South Miami through northern atatca.
spent Saturday. They !nave occupied! the

>Mrs. P. 'B.:Bird Underwent i Saturday ,with MA Capllngert roll for Soling cottage on Avenue 8 for
.' minor operation In Mlaml'1'ueadl1. Mrs. M. M. Avery whd ha* been parents, Mr. ,and Mrs. E.: S. Cap- The honor the tint the p al twQ m nthl.
staying with her son and daugh linger, month at the Florida,City school -
.: ter-in-law, Mr. and Mr*. Jason ia a* follow tint grade Joanne ,
L have Mr* Fritz Schroeder accompanied /
'moved. and.Mn, C. Ooley, Avery, has gone to Miami to 'Visit Mr. and Mr*. t;. W. McEwen Douoe, Cecelia Tomaaal; second by her daughter spent the "
*' 'U the JYoung, house her son-in-law and daughter, the ward dinner guests of Mr. and grade, Harold Griffin John OeiU; week-end visiting her brothtr-in-

:Robert fwd drive between Biscayne Rev. and Mrs E U Pelrce.: )lr. Mrs Frank a Lucas of Miami third grade, Albert Newton; fourth law and slater, Mr. and Mr*. Arnold
and "Waldln and Mn. Jason,Avery.and daughter Sunday. grade, Tommy Sheldon; fifth -of 'Hob Sound. Mia Verna "

J! -and William Dorothy, will spend Sunday grade, Lucia Shelley sixth grade, Arnold, a niece of Mrs Schroeder tit
Sirs 1L H. twine son. In Coral Gable Mrs T. C Seifert baa recovered Helen Tucker, Mllfred Severy, returned with them for a visit
for Washington t
left this morning from an attack of rl evmatlsm. Ellxalieth Cook, Sam Biondo and
D.:C. for a two-week visit Glenn Schroeder.
Mrs W. KUstmmee
H. Smith o
with Mrs Swing's son-in-law and
arrived Sunday to visit her son-in- Mrs Wayne Calkin and daughter
daughter, Mr. and Mr KelseyGardena. law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jean, of MiamI. were dinner Mr. and Mr*. Nolan have taken We wlah to thank our many

,Augustus Wynn, until Monday or guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank W the Fred Brockett cottage on Tenth friend and neighbors for their
.L and beautiful flowers at
< Tuesday. Stillman Sunday. street tot the teaaon! kindness
)[ra. Vivian Roger of Coral the time of our bereavement lathe
Gables, sister ot Mrs. E. J. Dyal, ii Mn. N. D. L, Swan returned recently Warrens Severy I* ill this week death of our beloved daughter
recovering from an operation performed Mn. J. H. Huau and her nephew, to the home of her son and at the home of her parent,Mr.and .
in the Jackson Memorial Wayne Adams, returned Wednesday daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mra. Mr*. W. W. Severy. Betty.Mr.. and Mr V. Pedenen.TOMATO .
from Cordell, Okla., where
, hospital Wednesday.
George L. Swan In Silver Palm
they visited relatives and friends.
VMrs after a summer spent in New York aratom. ..
i E. E. Edwards left las) and Atlantic City. ...
week for Jacksonville to be with Mn. E. W. Chandler returned ;

herfslster, Mn. Maggie Prldgen Monday night after a visit with Mr and Mn. W. Y. Bush left SEED
who has been IlL friend and relative In Dothan Sunday for Columbus, Ga., for i
V Birmingham and Tuscaloosa Ala. visit with relatives
Vf, K. Walton who bas been re- She was accompanied to Homestead I

cefvtng treatment in,a hospital laAlheville from Miami by Mr. Chandler MI Charlotte. and Anne Lead ..
"y : N.,C, Is expected home and Ms sifter;Mid Sara Chandler ley arrived from Staten Island, N What variety of Tomato Seed

of Miami. Y. Monday to spend the winter
oon.Dr. at their home on West Bauer drive,
,. M.L. Tannenbaum was take Mn. E S. Pickering of Modello is your Choice?

en;' to Miami to receive e dicalWWatreatmeat Ita Clearwater visaing her Mr. and Mrs, Fritz Jackson wit, ." "

for H>heart attack Mono brothers fit-law and1 sister, Mr. arrive Saturday from HighgaU .;*, ... *
day He la Sat :the ;.KembriclJboW and MM?'R.; ''A Burlyrigham.. ..andKt. Vt, to spend the wlnte: '
have that particular May
we variety
t tinder the care of Dr. H. H and');{I'I. Dave Smith. he at'their home, on Vest 'Plummet Perhaps :
roc' expect*' to'retuni in about' twoweeks. I drive.
have Inqulry7Complete
im we your

Mr*. A. & Moye returned Sunday -
from Arabi, Ga., where she Mr. and Mrs George Sprinkle
y attended the funeral of her sister- announce the birth of a' daughter FLORIDA. CITY
InJaw, Mr*. Frank Gibson, and on Wednesday at the Fort Graduate &.. W. Bercry. CorrsspsadeatTlM line vegetable and flower seed.
trim Earoesvllle, where she visit hospital. Her name is Bar
ed friend and relative She was bara Ann, and she weighed\ nine Florida City P.-T. A. will I
accompanied on the trip from St. and a half pound holds meeting at the city hall I

AugusUM, by Mr. Moy. Monday afternoon at 130.: All I
'/!' Mr. and Mr*. H. V. Jones who school patron are asked to at
Lit W.blt'i has been ill at have been occupying the McEwen' tend. GranthamSeed

hit home for the past two week apartment/ an now living In Mi-
ami. Mrs. E. A. Durrance and son .
Leonard McOarrah, of Pahokee Raymond, returned to their home
a former resident of Homestead M.r and Mrs. Albert Wescott In West Palm Beach on Saturday Store
ts Visiting friend here. and Mra Weicott's mother Mrs. after a one-week visit at the homeof

r-- I Maggie Croft, all of National City, Mn. Durrance' parents, Mr. PHONE tlSeula
Mr. and Mrs. Walter House and Mich. left Tuesday after pending and Mrs H. N. Brown. Flagle Avenue PlealI1a..
d daughter Joan returned to

Homestead Sunday Bight after I
brief Stay la Cordele, Ga. TRUSSES .
'V e
Mr*.. Clifford Campbell under- Sufferers from Rupture mar now enjoy ear NO CHARGE p\
' west a minor operation at the SERVICE offered t* all Ira wearers 'y ear experienced men 7ke Me
Dad County hospital Friday. She sad women Kitten. "

expect .to return home In about .
a week. Many style trusses la Elastic .

Steel and Combination. 1i71l "
JTH. Dod n' and ton Henry -- Trwae priced frame
Henry Kufeldt and sons. ,Walter
and George, 'and Lamar Dickinson f 1.51" f: .N it

n turned Monday from Fort Meade ...,

where they attended a Churchof ABDOMINAL BELTS ,".. "
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In session
there camp meeting '1'....... .. 1, Me dally -... \

lee hew ii .Nato ,.'101 aid...sow cct' ,j--'" 9, '.: .. I
led b woarlu e.i'm.d, n. ai
I w'ldri!, and Mrs. Frazier Waldron Mated arre.ra.Naar ;
and son, Calvin left Thursday ot
J 1 tow from ".M .. 110% .
+ 10 week for Fort Mead to attend -

\1 the Church of God camn WEN YOU IUY THE '
'j( meeting until Sunday when they' dbttsaib auaiest .A.J4Aericae WII.d.- t
went to Jacksonville to visit relative -
*. elt may be rasa to"*It fa"on a game-but '

when' the fun In risking your money ooracor I

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Page Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, October 15. Ii

!sit e I Social Events- in South Dade ill

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'u- TO WED BOWLING DYE the devotional and Mr*. J. Tom SCHOOL or INSTJtVcn I'
Mr. and Mrs. James Rufus Dot Vana presided in the absence .t Homestead P.-T. A. .
--- sey of Homestead announce the the president, Mrs. R. E. Edwards. committee members and
Installation service for the and Mn. KIM.Mr engagement of their daughter, Those who took part on the program mothers who attended the ;
American Legion Legion Auxiliary *. Erlmg Ayar secretary of France Are to Bowling O Dye, wen Mrs. Charles Martin, of instruction conducted In I '
s. cf Homestead WON conducted in the fifth district, and Mn Stella eon ot Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dye oModeno. Mrs. Pete Mor.,.. Mrs. Bert Andrews Senior High< School WedtteJ,,
for Legion hall Friday evening by Mm Martin new president of the Lind. Mr*. Caper Bigger. Mrs.S. by Mr*. C. F Parvn. ,tate:,,".
in A. L. Buoctt of Coconut alOft ley de Game Auxiliary of Coee The wedding will take place L. West and Mrs. G. A. West Went, and other stale otfkeri mm
Ion vic-presMeat Clt D'JtrJet Five.TM nut Grove who Mile present Invited during the latter part *f November The next meeting will be held Mrs. Geo. D. Ruehle, M..., .
officers were escorted to their the auxiliary to attend the In the church Nov. It when Circle Steffanl Mrs. C. T. ZlarpeijtUrt I
Ida place by Mn. Cow W. Turner Installation of officer for the Two will give the program. J. L Strickland. )Irs B. 1:. fcBta,

ofby Jr. put ........-.. ....... Officer Coconut Grove and Coral Cablet Mrs. Landon Carney Mn.EJ.48.
installed wen president. Mrs.' units in Coconut Grove Wednes The Calendar AREME CLVB'PLANS Horton Mrs. C. J. ParaunjtMrt.;

hid Harold Sheffield; president, day. BAEAAR FOE NOT. n R f. KcDlll eI, Mrs A. JT. Atthur.1'
he Mr*. Freak SohMlder; secretary 1 Announcement was made that a Oct Election meeting of Plan for a supper and a bazaar Mrs. W. E. Rheney, Mn Paul) Re,.
IseLhe and treasurer Mrs. Frank Hue; covered dish hmctleon: meeting Red J1D1 Young People's 1 on Nov. 27 were made'at the meeting scads Mrs. H. C. ISkhots,' Mr,,
aergeant-at-arm Mn. S. L.. Kendrick will be held at the home of Mrs. Union in First Baptist Church at of the Areme Club Friday at T. J. Faust Mrs. W. K WilUm,
em ; chaplain: Mrs K. H. Ewing: ; W. E. Rheney en Wednesday, Oct. 4JO.: the home of Mr*. S. J. Davis I ...... c. N. Walker and MriBtnArcher.

irk and historian Mn. W. 11:. Rheney.Mn. JO Oct. 11 O. A. Meeting at home The mystery package wa won n*%
Buuell gave M account of During the social period, Billy of Mary Radford. by Mrs. Davis. During the social I Redland executive committee
red the national American Legion con Jacob entertained with a few tap I Oct 1> Meeting of Gleaners hour salad and punch members present were MnBaahor '
beto vention held In Mew York recently dances: for which his mother, Mrs. Class at home of Mrs. Harry served by the hostess. Mrs. Casper
Adrian Jacobs, played the sccompanlnxnt -I Cooper. I I The next meeting it was 11'.1: C. J:. E1cl1 'j
the The auxiliary presented gift to Refreshments wereWOMAN'S Oct 20 Meeting of Presbyterian ed, will be held at the : '
Mfa. Buzz.1I and to Mr. Sheffield laerved. : Mrs. Frank Schneider MARY FRANCES
j E. Gatlln.Auxiliary at homo of Mn.IB. ; Oct. 22.Tholl. on Friday I IS SUB-DEB WilJJalntiMrs.

CLUB ADDS Elizabeth Mcllwsln, Miss Virginia !{ Oct 20 Covered dish luncheon present were: Mrs. Albert la The Sub-Debs "
THREE: NEW MEMBERSMrs. I Hodgu Miss Mary Moon. Miss{ meeting of American Legion Meybem. Mrs. Geo. W. Turner, Jr.,j booth at the junior
they Wednesday
I EvelYn Pope Misses Norma and Auxiliary at home of Mn./ W. E. Mrs. WIlL M. Johns, Mrs J. E.
Frank Hausman, Mrs. J. I Eloise Gorman, Miss Peggy Allen Rheney. Davis, Miss Helen Livingston and the home of Miss Mary F;
8. Horton and Miss Pearl Whitaker Arthur. _
Miss Christine Hushes, John of Dade the hostess. JK
I Oct 20 Meeting
to mashers?:
were admitted as new members After the meeting the !
Rickard, Aubrey Cheshire Ed-
Federation of Women'sClubs
the Woman's Club of Homesteadat I were treated at the Dixie
i mond Watkins Dukes West. Marvin at South Miami at 10 a. mOct. MRS. RICE TO PRESENT :
Its tint m"Un.hI. fall held the hostess. Debt "
Prttchard Clement Russell 21 Florida Rebekab Assembly B. P. W. C. PROGRAMMrs.
Tuesday in its clubhouse. Mrs. Those present were:
I William McUlchafl, Emory Dear school ot instruction at C Hagler Rice will presenta
Joel J. Robinson the president Webster, Mill Jane Keely. .
'rg. Rex fault Virgil Grennell. Coconut Grove at 10 a. m. program on "Women' Work In .
presided. lv* and Nina Dyal, Miss
Tommy Moffett and Martin and Oct. 22 Homestead High Our Community" at the Oct. 25
Mn. W. a Bishop treasurer,!,Clinton Bishop.RWEAHS School carnival. meeting of the Homestead B. P. Pearl Bush and Miss Art! tiel
Mn. Landon Carney, chairmanof W. c., \I
Oct 22 Benefit bridge part MTS.CH. Steffanl. program KEDtAND P.-T.: A. START
the membership committee TO ATTEND at H. L. Cook bona at & p.m. chairman, announced at Monday MEMBERSHIP DRIVE
Mn. Horton and Miss Peat Whit. Oct. 22-Meeting of Arena Clubat Bight's meeting of the dub.
The Redland P.-T. A ,
SCI UK*. or INTRUCTIOMThe begs Itt
aksjr appointed delegate to
were home of Mrs. Frank Schneider. The! cub| agreed to ,sponsor a membership drive yesterday.ifxw .
serve with the president In representing local Rebekahe made flan \
Oct. 29 Rebekah banquet ,at. lecture.and. moving .picture. program. lag under the fegdersbllpoMr .
the .Homestead dufc at Monday evening to attend the Green Lantern restaurantOct to>e presented m the Home- f
M. 3. Barnes and Mrs Wm.
the meeting at the Dade) County school c* Instruction which 'will 29 -Meeting of Homestead stood school .tw&torium bt.the : DW< '
Federation of Women's Clubs at be held by the president of the Business and Professional Wo' Dade .County.TubcrcuaMM .Association -GRADE MOTiIERS'Q' .

the Cocoplum clubhouse In South Florida Rebekah /.aMmbl1.MrI. men's Club In Legion hair .t I : ,next Wednesday evening.' MEET TODAY | !., k
Miami on Oct 20 at It 'dock Lillian a Stoat on Oct 21 at p. m. The duo voted to send Mrs. Grade mothers of the Ilomerteid ,'
Mn. Harry D. Voile will attend Coral Lodge No. IS, Coconut Oct. 2( Social meeting of Flora I) Myen, the president to I school will meet this afternoon st ti,
J as second vice-president of the. Grove at It o'clock. r 'I I Woman's Club of Homestead. the district meeting at the :2 o'clock to check membenhlpil i

if federation.The Liberty Rebekab lodge of Homestead I Oct. 28 Meeting of Young ville In Miami Beach DeaU-1 that have been turned in. jfc .1| !
year book was read and will entertain at a banquet''I Matron' Circle at home of Mrs.' A social hour followed the The membership drive wittcnd
discussed and plans for extensive In honor of Mrs. Sloat on Oct. 2} :R G. Wilser at T.90 p. m. new session ,a week from today. If'': ,
refurnishing of the clubhouse were at the Green Lantern restaurant,, Oct 28 Ladies night at Lions
i made. it wa decided. Mrs. Harry U I Club. 1 bi
1 1V 1i 1r Mrs. Annie Butler and Mrs. H. Wolfe, general chairman of the; Oct 39 Redland Highchoc: )i
C. Reid will be hostesses at the committee In charge will be .*-i carnival. i
social meeting on Oct. 28, It was sisted by Mrs. Ralph Moony and Nov. a Homestead P.-T. A.I i
decided. The topic: of the program Mrs. Matilda Fox y: executive: committee meeting at 1g

I will be 'Education.: T$<.e' present at the meeting 10 a. m.Nov .
Present weflAlma Shetz were: Mr. and Mrs. Moon,.'.M.... S Homestead P.-T. A.I
line. Miss Jennie Lobdell, Mrs. Tit SKnf of Smart/tat cod Ckarit (
H. O. Ashhby Mrs. R. W. Mullins, meeting at 8 p. m. :
Robinson, Mrs Bishop, Mrs. Mrs. Annie Meuenmlth Mrs.Flora'Comptoa Nov. 9 Meeting of Woman's l
Wolfe, ''Ire.fCasey(:,and Miss }Irs. O. C. Rad Auxiliary ot st. John's Episcopal: ADRIENNE cosmetw
T .
Whitaker., Church.
ford, Mrs. E.: 8. Capllnger Mrs.
Blanche Chapman Mrs. Fox and Nov. 10 Genera meeting of CREAMS
JUMOsUtOMAN'S CLUB Mn.Wolf W. M. U. at First Baptist Church.
I Nov. 27 Areme Club POWDERS 50
Junior Woman's Gut of I MRS E. L ATKINSONENTERTAINS {j bazaar.W. LOTIONS ..h

Homestead will have a dinner AT FARE / sehutiielly rmoaiaeJ Cemeli F e.t b ,
meeting in the Log Tavern Manslay M. .. BEARS
Mn. 11:. E. AtKinson entertained Jini.guidu Way a re.ru.l we.ea. They ate sM tASPIRIN
evening at o'clock. PROGRAM ON CHINAA
The hostesses will be Mr*. Bruce Thursday at the lodge of the Royal to work sovelm to give you sew bees, sea
Pain State Park; for the membersof program on "China tne Largest -
Emis.: Mn. PwA Reynolds and r
)4Grw..I Hobno.UNIOR the W. M. S. study xtab *t the and Oldest Nation" was givenat 1tta0t eti SO .1e$ Seedy CAU*
First Methodist Church of Home the general meeting of the W.
stead. Miss Jennie LobdeO, M. U. of the First Baptist Churchof
B. T. .. tr. I teacher of the das*, gave a talk on Homestead Wednesday afternoon .
HAS WIENER ROAST : the live of David Livingston and in the church by Circle One
The Senior & Y. P. V. of the Henry M. Stanley. under the leadership of Mn. L. A. Cs'

Tint. Baptist Church .t Homestead -!! During the social hour the men).
accompanied ty the Rev. C. I Mn went through the park. Mr*.
H. Waiktt enjoyed I wiener roast ''I. E. Davis won at a cross word

at Biscayne Bay Tuesday _n- puzzle contest on "Congo Crowe !;>
Ing. {I and Miss Lobdell made the most i FeJ tmeNVt$ :

Miss Nellie Ma Martin and Miss words to I word-forming contest herniates wrABILETH .
Valera. Filch assisted by Miss A salad course with punch woks 0 i ,
Myrtle Moon served a* the served by the hostess. r w
mittee on arrangements. com-I Those present Included: Mn.J W.61XI... 0.1sit

i the others present ware: Miss I) .x.. Ballard. Mrs. George Ran- the
Elizabeth: Home, Miss Rose Caves, son Mrs. a L Showalter, Mrs. genuine /{, eI l Jesse .

Miss Ellen Venn. Kill Virginia JJ...ichards. Mrs. Dan William, EUGENE Permanent ICE CREAM MAD '
'.. Done; Miss .Lucille West. Miss, Mn. J. A. McNeil. Mrs. Davis,
I Sjbii Cheshire Mia Eunice: Walker Mine Helen Livingston Miss Lob- A-siOiH wSss.aei..! oft FRESH DAILY
Miss Mars' Elizabeth Kyle Mlai dell and the hostess. -."..sh. verb-due's .. cr i

nee re.t1 ,,are. 25C IN OUR STORE .
S.- w. ..-
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Annie Mayhew FitzpatrickGradaate I ..... ........ r".... i
) t/Lx as -..eve low

Oberlin Conservatory and Royal l lc beat Mr for....to..J.tloet u.seq crest wide S_. THE DIXIE DRUG

Conservatory of Leipzig hag (.......wajBKiti ,

Homestead Florida1'
: KAIOrQRT' AND THEORY Bush's Barber Shop

\ :.. tj & Beauty Parlor :
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To Hold Revival",Service Chwehw < .Weak gmtwMtJrriendJ-r people; ,

For Young: Folk Tonight 1 Beautiful I* the large church 1 r.fteverent With centuries is the oM of church grace; f fI

'I Th.e Churches With stately arch and steeple; And a wooden church or a stone j
Tonight will be young people's Neighborly Is the small church I church 1
0 at the HomteMad Methodist
night Can hold an altar place, i
Church revival which la being
number the Rev Oeo E Deuel And whether it be a rich church :
BAPTIST CHURCHHanetUadvn 11. Epworth League at 6:8: )1. Midweek conducted. by the pastor the Rev.J. sang "Follow the Gleam". Or a poor church anywhere, ,
J. Richard, and his assistant,
and Bible study it Is good churchU I
prayer Truly a
At the close of the serv.ce mem-
>e net C. N. the Rev. Howren Norton of the .
Thursday at 7.30.METHODIST God u attending\ there.Claude
Walker, pastor. Sunday; school at Silver Palm Church The Boy bers of the league, lighted candlesof
10 a. In. Preaching at 11 a. ro EPISCOPAL Scouts have been Invited to bespecial different colon to represent I Weimer In the Flnr'da .

and ':30 p. m.; B.Y.P.U. at 630: SOUTH guests ..thI.. service and character traits they explained Christina AdvocatoSpecicW..

p. m. Prayer services Wednesdayat Sail young people are Invited to at they hope % J>OIMIL
7JO H.stea4-the Rev. J. J. Rich Miss Kathryer Cfi, assisted by -
: p. In. tend. The pastor's sermon theme
Oct. 17 Moraine sermon: ands pastor. Sunday school at 9:4: wth be "The Folly of FramentutRelllon. the co-leaders Mrs. Gotoh b- l.1'MI.-:: s x

fluday one Lord' ....Itvea. a. m.; preaching at II a m. and 8 ." The text for the sermon teldt and Miss Emily Engle, was 1 1y
p. m. Junior League at 2.30: p. m.; \
arena ing sermon: "What Does Christ win be one of the oddest ever in charge of the program
4 HI League at 6:19: p. m.; Senior
Mr. Richards
Expect of U r heard says.
taX League at 7:19 meetIng
p. m. Prayer -
Oct. {' Prayer service The Sunday; morning services of
subject: "The Great Teacher". at 6 p. m. Wednesday; the revival will be dedicated to

Silver Palm community Church the Sunday school, and all departments -
Goulds The Kov. Noah Peter- of the church school win sit
-'4he Rev. T. B. Norton, pastor
1 ton pastor. Sunday; school at 10 Sunday school every Sunday at 10 In reserved spaces. The pastor's
14RRey a. m. preaching at 11 a. m. and
; school will
to the
.. m.; preaching services on first sermon Sunday
':30 p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m Youth Can and ShouldBe
third and fifth Sunday at 11 a be "Why;
Prayer service at 7:30: p. m. We4- "
m. and I p. m. Christian. The Sunday evro
lieu, nesday. Ing sermon theme will be "The
&9 Oct. IS Beginning of revival PItieThe Rev. T. H. Horton Greatest Power In the World."

services by the Rev. Gee. pastor; Leo L. Poyser, assistant
The meeting will probably continue
dhyeltnd H. Moore. pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m.;
: through next week, with services
preacnlng 11 a. to. and 7.45 p.
CATHOLIC each evening except Satur-
m. every Sunday. Epworth League
day, at 7:30 p. m. Mr Norton will
Church of the Sacred at 7.19 p. m.
Heart continue to direct 13 mlrmtr
S. E: Second avenue, Homestead; Ooi. 17 Morning _lei I petted of soulful service hi song

the Rev. James Cloonan, pastor. "The Complete Armor eta The public is cordially invited. LOWEST PRICE EVER!
Sunday; mass at & a. m.; week day Christian to Be Put on" a '
The services attracting increasingly
man at 7.49 dally. Sunday school study la EyneaUnc, 8th ehaii- : Electric
large congregations, reports $79.00 Value Kenmore
avete Sunday; following 0 o'clock m.... ter. Evening topic: Humility 'I
Mr. Richards, and many of
Communion for women the first Through Christ' Example ,
those attending are from other
Sunday; of month; for men and Oat. SI Community singing churches.Mr. Machine
boys, the second Sunday of month. and revival services. Topic: Rotary
hour Norton is directing a large
Holy Thursday before first "Decline the Way of Carnal
by Friday of month at 7:45 p. m. Mass Christiana. Our aUeqdanco chorus choir a* well a* congregational -

first Friday; at 7:30: a. m. Bene- Is still growing. singing. ,<::.:
Altalust diction of the Bleated Sacrament

after mass. METHODIST FREE Fort Pierce Pastor WO! Guarantied better than

kut CHRISTIAN 8C13NCE: CHURCH Florida City-The Rev. Thos. D. Hold Revival in Goulds: any other setting machine -

and Sheldon pastor. Sunday school at this price! 4
Florid City-Broadway; 10 a. preaching 11 a. m. cads The Rev George H. Moor of the

Sixth street Sunday; achool at s m; Junior meeting 6:30 p. m.; First Baptist Church of Fort Pierce ,
V:49: a. m. for pupils under 20 if
fiestead :yearsof Young Peoples' meeting ':15. will begin a revival in the Couidi '
rile morning service at 111
; Prayer: and class meeting 7.30: i Baptist Church on Monday Oct
o'clock. Wednesday evening er- 7:30 o'clock thi ,
t 18, at : announces
Vices which Include testimonialsof I
w Thursday.PENTECOSTAL Rev. Noah Peterson pastor ol
I healing and Experiences remarks -' the church. Services will be bell! Terms" u low

on Christian Science 8 p. ( at,11:80.: m. as well a* In the evening A 9% .. $5." down f
nv TM; publlt.cordially GeoldaSunddy at :.45;
all through the week. b a I a a ee
to attend. preaching at 11 a. nand 7:30: p m.
( ICHURCH Everyone hat a special Invitation, 4995 monthly. ,

(Small carryIng ; i
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11.lIIftte..rlr.t avenue and Homestead-Krome'avenue at i charge)
end N. W. Fifth street; T. J. Hunton, N. 19th street; the Rev. E. L. Nelson R.D.Y.P.U. to

minister. Bible study at 10 a. m.; minister. Bible school at Officers on SundayThe

communion fellowship and 10 a. m; preaching at 11 a. m Trustee said Complete with all '
preaching at 11 a. m.; preaching at Young peoples' meeting at 7 p. m. Redland District Young AalMsati:Mitch Regulator Attachment

7.39>> p. m. Prayer meeting Wed p. m. People's .Union will meet Sunday'
o Desk Model
nesday at 7:30 p. m.CHURCH afternoon at 430 o'clock In the Fall Rotary Head
I .rrun.rAUST 'ftMPLE or
First Baptist Church of Homestead -
to elect officers for the conIng -

Hmestead N. W. First Hosaestead-bnmcn of Miami year and to pita a Thanksgiving .
of Truth InWoman'
Spiritualist Temple
avenue J. H. Dodson, minister. social meeting.
Club, 410 N. W. Eighth Store boon:
M Sunday; achool at 9:45 a. m.; U, any delegate is unable to Biscayne Blvd.
preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p.m., young avenue.1'l'le'Men'lyirum Bible at class 7:13 And p. attend tie U asked to notify Miss Daily; 1:30: tn 0:80:>> r.:7:: & .. 13th to 14th

Junlar Y. P. at 6:43 p. m. Prayer .
Dr. J. Carl HOTMOII i1
m.; healing by substitute.Redland Saturday 'fl1I iJo. }
meeting'\ 7.30: p. m. Wednesday; at 7-43: ; lecture and message at I I 1.30 to 8.00 '.,. _''''"uUt t < Street

CHCKCH or THE!: NAZARENE '1:311. I Has Candle 'MIAM' "

Oct. 17 -lecUte. and heal-
IlKnestead- The Rev. W. J. big given by Dr. Mrt..n at Lighting ServiceThe

Parker pastor. Sunday: achOel' Post of Miami; message by
idiM. ,1 ,14S: a. M.; preaching at 11 a, m. the Rev Sada Hobson and Epworth'( LetaQe of the Red-
and 7.30 p. m.; N. Y. P. S. and then. land Community Church held J

Juniors meeting at 630: p. m. candle lighting rally night service

Prayer meeting Wednesday evenIng I Sunday: evening. Misses Marie and

7.30 p. m.g Missionary Society to I Sophia Borgardt sang a duet Mrs.J. : 1t

.! Princeton the Rev. C A. Con I Serve Chicken Dinners L. Robinson played a Hawaiian

. don, pastor. Sunday school at 0:45: ; i love song on a Hawaiian guitar .1J..
30v The Woman' Missionary Society and her daughter Jane, played a !
preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7: .
: Methodic solo. For the offertory .
p. m.Junior meeting at 6:30; young of the First Church piano "
!] at 630. of Homestead will serve a chicken I r '
people's meeting : Prayery -
meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. dinner and supper In the Redd GAS '

:= building tomorrow. Cafeteria,style NATURDL
EPISCOPAL lunches also will be obtainable. I I II

.. ; The committee In charge Is madeup GIVES lasQt'JCIt': AND
SI John's- S. E. Second avenue I
( Fourth street Homestead, the of Mrs. Dan Williams, Mrs. Sam | CONVENIENT SERVICE |
:a ;:;:. Milton B. Sackett. vkac. I Davis, Mr*. Joel J Robinson and i iYUJ
vueiL o. H K. ampul Avr
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Horning prayer and sermon Sundays Mrs. J. E.: Davis. :' = .

at 11.00; holy I communion evs
If' ..01 ICY THEe
,,1 cry Sunday at ':30 a, m. and first .
i Sunday of month M 11:00: ; Other

atiw 1 _* holy day at 1000: a. m. Young Ask Us About /Why risk your good money on unknown .1

Fealties' Service League Sundaysat raaot blades? Probak Jr. I* the product of

I 130 a. In.EVANGELICAL. the world" largest blade -'--. blade a<

t I CHURCH Financing for That Home You thai Dde* up" lot one cool comfortable ,' :a.

shave ails another. YOU'D be surprised cf
St.; Jeh _Redland the Rev. '
; ht tY it
bow M0y this double-dt blade '
I : Norman C Zulauf.: .nlnliUr. Service Want to Build removes I
) each second and fourth Sun-1 : _. atubtJon.brIstIco..IIow seat and nfmOd ,

day nt 3 p. on. 0 .. .. It leaves jour face Buy a pa kate. f Prabafc d f
I Jr. Iron row dealer today. 1

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Florida City Community Church r
-<e Her. C. O. Nelson, pastor.
Church school at 10 a. m.; preach Brooker Lumber Co. I PROBAKJUNIOR

v Jna at 7:30 p. m. Midweek prayers F

i*",j' and Bible study Wednesday at Building Material of All Kinds
I ':"* .
t; "a** Community. Chores TELEPHONE M HOMESTEAD nA.I. BLADES

(ht Rev. C. O. Nelson, pastor". .
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DCMoM* IT4IT *.. W IN*. rtW A-44TL i r.. ".. win DEEP 11
Nonce II Bmmr GIVEN OM C..MM.nk.11. NotlM M fc....... >*o that Boon t. ICh.pM Ill Alto of It'". nU A4M
of BUM and OMIT Tu NOTICE r HUMT CIVWt tkM DavidMemaea .
Tatar. bolder M oMkno. at City of MwmlTu
CWUttM. ,.. P1 k M4 the Ilk dab wf C.MPMrt. MWKOMW4 Mlf. 4.t4 list balder oT abuse IX NwMr Tu : RATE: First Insertion 104 a line; .\ .
__ A. D" ". W. fund .... .. m, eat 40 of 10_ A. D. last, kM fTM lOW Ca.54I t !... HIM bawd tat 1M .M' 1 I' a line .!
.,.., and Ma sale application far s tea CwmfkoW to mf ITlM. o4 M. needs M- !fat AwMA A. D IMf, Ml tM4r ...w o ..
dew to W /gaoled itopm Dow Oattifk.. sob u. ties foMpwiM 4WMPJM4 MaaarlPiMCMMt. 0 WM' ... Crab low laW CMtHtMttta tol AM u M Mood ---. aoUOMJSkiaM
1. d 04.. Pate .. a.. 5./MwMr d..erNi "--.1, awjkranMJ the fwlfawtoe- awaprtk.ta'tMSkwatr .; FOR RENT i| FOR SALE Hoiiae. 4 I .". .- 04 Oontr rtorkki ...., I" extends Ie dis Consul 01 Imew. show I ttt South Krome avenue
1 w1ti af 1e,3( af MU NWH 4 I IL Wock M. fcprkw; Corw.il of tr .., f
IBM *f fB* a-p.ru. U. Twwaakla 7 r a oak L pure M. la IM Oar .f, j! "Cwat JJnSrtS I!I Hu good imitation tile roof (,$. 1
M ..... Ra-VM M Ban. OMtatatoai Oraalr of Doo, also ofTV. of BIM. FOR RENT Furnished partnrnit feted at an attractive
NAs."r..e.,link htheClients' d j I =. : -= b *" : I :;: Wity. Kghta and b.lhPt Ie
; for drtalU.
rMda.use fir .-. No-moms *T iaMr trsP.r" medtr : saw a 11I".s. ,''i Cameron rtxmeT2.
of mild pfaO.oV us" ... aft Cabooses.Uwkoo.w.ld. :: ferrnin TiTOl wife. No child- Homestea3. J.
*4 =-=- (ran to IM waw'baMa ( :jto.rnM---4 tau"-'i;I IU.Mw ......... ..j)| ren or doc. S. H. ntch, Kings J.me

::ill' roAOanai I MM CwrUftrato molt M IIOKM. = "'.."::i.. thT; "= .: Highway raft -
MVtiftmto moil .* .4 anonllM to law ton died will kwa.lhiru _" b.ld. | elt tf)
low. the d.w.16.d aa IM lab day af 11._'. A. at d. Cent boom thearda .. .. ftnI 11I_ FINE: COUNTRY ROME, :1
: walk* Saw U UwlkarkMI I bSdd,1 atl D IMI I : able ::t of November, INN. wb lab ii' modern house 7 room
Cewt b.. t The next Medicine *M this lath day fif Oe&r. A. D MD.LA MS last. FOR RENT Apartment in Ifau*. ; 1"1 1
5, SI..1.allt of ... 1987' .atlrb .I. '" load b.e. .m,,1 front anti back porches. ;
155 ft* *.. af -.... 1.tM4 B: R LKATHKRMAN, I ICwrk I atuUVncitNANCtorTaf nan building. Phone 10. (poU garage and aarvanta' qunrtwr
'\ tkla ink late '"f IN solids. IMTE. I wf Clmril Ctnirt.Ba4 Orart Court I
Jl UCATHCRMAMOff : C-atr. rtorMa.1ClrruH hit Coaatr norWa.V '! S Rare tropical Arubbery This
of= Cwt.Da4 Cart Bnlr ,CMsdt c- SW FOR RENT Several bunch'c'I'! la a allow place flKMOQ K.'ane .
I N C. TMLRHTT D C '. or H. C. 1T1:1tRrrr.: D. C. i 1 .
Chess Cart 454 O.I 1 (Ort I*, ft M Noir I. III <* t 14. UK. I. L UlMl ( screw land suitable for ......*. Cameron, Mome>t(' d, ;
8, N. C. ITDII:1T.: D. C. 1 CI'OIICIlor rent at '10.00 per acre Flume 72.
OM. M M. M; NOT NOTICR or APPLICATION FOR TAE I 140TH-5' or MART/R'1/ AL1'' 1 half
A.I I DEED JIItrnctl 1/1 11Ra55111 G1YRN Met In cash. balance {jpm crop" ,

NOTICE Or MARTBRB BALE: Consist IT4ST A... of IML nit No. 1444. P......_of lIMo rant Downs ol fowhrse..wade .''i 1790 per hundred acres Part i I
McUn H arrrar flea that rain and NOTICE: 18 HKRKaT GIVEN that R. tk. Uw ItMl On ft N_kllI has FINE LAND i
.: Vr anlfcwray ot Uw final 4crar af fare P. Part...., kokirr. of Ban .d Caw I A. D IMf, M aaMm4r4 Milkrod never been cropped: and i II a A. We {
........ .edam .by the Nen.n.b1 pool Ta< Certificate r4.... 4M1 Wood Uw 1.1 day Ri'FUMkir IK, IMI In Uw therefore Ideal for tomatoes (in 1 JoIowrJ.. sao per .irre
I D. II..... one of the JadMa uf IM CI. of Antitank A. D. ,.... ... filed some In the -... 3'*....... Clmilt. la and for I I 10 A. Fpmure Drive $SO per icrc :
Ml ColH a tM Eleventh Jwitrtol tlrjtntt W offlra and kM mad, applkvUon. for a I Oaa 0.,.i.tr. F1..rid.. I. ( ......,. In th.l Bird Road (paved road ) nrtr 19 A. Coconut
of norMa. ta and for Datkj C., mtan lax lived to ... bade tMnPMMMr ... gold C.,1 samba MM anw prfHtlrar. wMrato TaIk < Happy Farm Dairy. Only tin Palm $55 per "ia'8 \
Uw till day of (Otlokrr A D :=, lap llIIIIIIIa the fs s.l r L.erard -a- rkStW.I $". mitei from businwui 30 A. 21-57-M $15 per .".,. j
Oat Mrlata aaoM In .aid Coun n., tk UMI Comedy d DaoV Maw ofrtotU. : aw4 rare r Kir, M .1.: section of 140 A North Krome
: a.ate Is.wexvy N. 4511411. .Ia.- itkhasovwtsekd1 .. kvwHi nrntMMaaM.. nurkM. ... 4I...I-DI tlwfirr UUuHf Call at Happy Farm Ave til per
lararprM 4. I Lot a, Ukwk Plat of Wkt 1.114nf / 'cad Nut,' a dh..rI Mit acre Cameron. phone n, 1Homestead. .
____. '.Uff mid Mini CM- ..._,. 4. Fast .<-* <. !... 'I,! *. sad .la or4r fa. .urwto aa4 Mpt.frth Dally, or write B. P rrlpiy .
.t5 N end 55.41111. CaMtaHf.il, lib wtf.. I IM la t*. Cwanw of Pad. slaw 0' '' Maw will offer far east al p.Mu aa>. I Coral Gables, Fla.
art rJnfMiaaat.:! eBP.ei.l MMtorM.Bfwif Is 1arka. I'I'TIoo ..... to IIw ........1 k 44rr Uinaf.l ,ref !
mmn -... tat Goan ... tall _t of ask proper" under auk ........ Mw Sotitk door wf .... OMMtr
,aWm aaa>r ; .kr Tlrtw 7.ti,. trwi.iMnof the MM amftfftaal based WM to Uw allies Cant Hue at Oa4 c-.., rTart*.. UUw FOR RENT 10 MISSIONARY ITRAWBF.IIRY: I'
wit offer fw Mk aa4 Mil M PUP.Ik err UaII_ I City of Miami riarMa kwtawn Uwkaan sores MMrlfled
aver to use ktaMH and bat kW<.l.. Uakwr rid' orrtlhVoM shall M ......ii4)) of pwwa palaak A. M sad steel I i land. $IS an acre J L. HU on.l i plant. 40c a hundred II M
for an" at lit Small rait don of tat amen dint to law, Uw pNprrtr ..MirlkMllUwrota .'Aark P. M..6 M ossop, lit 1.1 w d Wartnja Lyon Longview road, 2 mi west
CMHIMOM ft C.m.V hi Uw CUT will M sold to IM kkrkoN bind,I| M aMili.r. A. D. lift. bat oartaln Partial a3U)
.c "".1. FTorto.. .. the 'oa"ta rfNmnhir al Uw Caart Moor dew *a the first M A. D. lost. Wtwwa Mw. k I i
.lnM .'.ork A. H. >M two .el..rk P. hi the Mk 4v of .-.-.. IMT follow. 5.wh l .i i
M, the new briar a Mal oaks .... and anted tkk. little day 4 (V ,*.f. I"'. Ut II W Cloak T of tat Klltaoro
Uu kMra Uw bnl boon of _Ie. lit f.>lInoliw L II LKATHKRMANClrrii Mobs 01 Coral C.061-0. a asbdiv". I I
_... .rwtr. |H... to Owb I of Clmw Owrt. daud/ateNW1at11-tI..17.Tuwaf FURNTURK FOR SALE Mri. FOR SALE Good metal Inter*

Cooaty; Ptarldat Ow tr. rkwWa.Clrmll ., .... 44 BooU. Nestle 41 Cook wastes I & A. Titbit (04 N. Krome. I lock shingles M a tquaro. Goad
The Death H.K at ... Southeast I Ik Il Cn awLDade IM NS of Uw iWVi of Uw MW% ofMM .
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l 40rt.r ilKI of wtln II. TanaW low M rrtRRrrT: : D. C. aarUoa IT all to Da4o Ouw.tr "(po22) H electric rang. 110. O R
rip M Bowk Items It Rest, mental I I I (OwU la. M 11 No. II. KtofWa ad ar..r.la to.plot law lit I I Oldendorfa Plumbing Shop
.... .. Sam mom so l.oo, r ..e..1 M plot bask pre a. :
Tkc MM prop**!* M araraMkl I_ NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR TAX: I. t:lie sw.w4k ad 0.d. :,. PMr.. FOR SALE w One roasted, electric (a20-d4)
with all Uw _anomalies sod appersono DEED ad a.w..1l.p be a of -
aaM tkriwaato ........*. or ta say wkwNOTICE I Charter ""'. Alex of IMI. m A-IIIi. cob plot duly at rallied M now Dodscoot I waffle Irona. Your price !

a.pertsla/ate below said w rtldr sold doeven. -l NOTICE I* HERESY GIVEN that .. Also practically new d",*",. FOR SALE Tropical plant. dru .
I Allied B. between, balder wf Buto a4Coaatr JOHN I. L'NDI'lCr.
I Dowd title III .... 01 A. D It".II III Tag CweUfkata N. tied MaW MIM I AI SprIl Nrlw loa nou...... I I10eI0I0ae Phone 850-J (po 22) ; trees and tropical fruit Jm !
CA.'JlcrmJl GRAML5NG.special Mr af A__ A. D. IMT Ma filed 1. I. 'I n ad9.. '.'..1'"OTIC. I aeaaon Jungle Grove, Redlan't I
meM e.....,. rat to nr 01'.... mad box mad, applVwUM !I f road and Plummer '
R r. r' IliGN, Mdb.hw ; I' tan a taa dud to M based lkir..a 0' APPLICATION TOM TAX'PEED FOR &AJLE I-bbrner Florence drive.
/ : .... Cortttleato apikMMa ,lie foMowtaa.inri t
5.P.(0-sebor ,I, I1. s.4. IN. ..1'1 >i4 propwrtf to IM c..... at Da4a, Cko4M',tnf. A/ of IMI. nw No. Mil .1II kerooeneVov. practically new. :
bard FlarMa. *MrttiI 1 NOTICE H HKKriV GIVEN UwlOMM. Big oven. kUo. BtCi for $20 T. :' R. L RED FR\ERS-Llv: or dines
or APPLICATION jroR TM Lot I. Rfark t. Nartkww MikUm4i. ,.... bawd Nabs and eo...., ,
DEED> < r I plat Bwpt It Ian It. to tM Cwaat* II ran Cortlfloito. ..., not brand Uw Ilk I C. Selfert, J7 N. W. Fourth St.1 I, ed Free delivery In city Phone ,
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l; CMpm-miT. Arai of 11NIr''Fe. A-H30. .at Lab. aveft at FIwW. dab of ".\P. A. D Ideal. kM filed MIM{, I I 13 -M'. McEwea Poultry Ftaet.I
NOTICE! II .HmBBJ-HOTinr* ..'tk4luu. 'I'haol-. sad Hi mf off4.V 04 .(WW re." awuauaI '
..a. Vb._ books hf ...tIt.... the sold eo.ufM10 bawd was to Ian are t.p a too den be be based t a .... FOR SALE 13 Ford truck 14 "
Tn OruttaM. No "l"> 'Mod'the aft Opponents aailwaiiM Uw f.1.ws.ff _b. 'i I I. MISCELLANEOUS
t' M Mop of Awraob A. D. .M.AM filed I k* ......... M pfwpwrl* to ... Cwaatr .4 .*.., ftol i ton, itak*. dilate food eondlU.Jn.1 I

MOW 1* MP offlfO. U4IUU mn: = *4 'I.'i aWjrrtkMlUaii rf nMa. towfcLata Dr. Cooper. Homestead, R. ROn -,I
; I M. Rook It. Coral Oaktai '
/ kteMM >HMral PIANO TUNING and
I Saw CJortJw..r'crew tile rib HM} Uw Came MM mar aa Uw flnl Note BW, 1* flat Boo *. paa .... to... TalboH Rd. V4 ml. N. of Silver rvoairinf.Good .
diatribes pommy M the "if at .**., day I* Uw month af November. Itn wklckk Clay wf O4o, state of rkirKa. j Palm. (08 tf) / used piano for aba cl'eee,)
I i" of riorMo. Smith I ,.. lot Mr wf Nowowiwrr. len The .ram t at said Property asset W. L Koon. 111 N \T IM St I
Low II.It. Vlork 'n. rnlfonl R... Dated kh fob war wf Ikptrwitor. IMtB. omlfkato based WM, la Uw Maw ,
r fen*, **4 AM.. ..... P.... Rook I Ipo MOoontr f B. LEATHIRMAIS. Brail. In | -
r jrat sail .rtlffcwt. uwll M ro4M lot. Uw Coal p of Dt. ai Clink af Clrr.lt Cwart, <
F of rkirtoo. Da4 Cwaatr rlorkla. i I, I.. to law Uw Plwpartr wwwrlk.Ml amount Shipped In by E a Wll- :'_ ..
The pwiMMiot of saw ptup KyUw ...., 1/lmH. Coat Bad I thuds will M add to Uw kkllMwt kM.4M ton of Haitlnu Storage lot at -
MM MTtlfttiit. based we. !. Uw oastn J), M O BTTRIKTr. & COH > al Uw Coart MM 4awr wa IM flat, WANTED
oft J. W. LIUoMHtnr .. 1, II, U, 121; Moa4 r isM math wf Np Miakr. 1NY.1 Modello H. S. HlfftnMthamagent Listings of busesand
Oaken rid ............ shall be r.d.rleN i! agent, Box 383 Homettmd apartment for rent I), VyBehreni

f i > will o>...low.sold; the M ptopirtr the kwlMrl oWrlkMlh.nl Md
at -C . day :Ww N ft :f Horawibrr- IMT. wUrk store 94 .
LT.GAI. NOTICES ; phone (alt U)
M tat lab 4.r of Momnlwr IM7D.M IP! SOLD TODTIYof I
thin and day of ............. IMTB. I .. --'
Clank at Clrcull Umrt, "%Ilk h the I lo daY at -_.... 1011'rOster a '
I DM). County, Florida that. 455th ; ," _..,.... '011F. Box 8 Horatj 1!

Ciro.k defy slow 1916 DODGE!: COUPE with oriK iml fllll*h .llId I rue. 1 Ilk" new IU R. 6RATHENIAl4
II' H. 'TKJIBI1I'T.. n. C. drk d circuit Buy Prove LancfM
1...... 2" 001. I. ... JAI had but one owner und looks and run likx new "dr. We $525 DM Ou.tr =..

I NOTICE or ArriH-ATum FOR TAX I nnently' reromnKnd his tu tixljv, Ust buy iUduitd In (' mill Court Sor l H c. mnnrrr II, ('. Buy; %Iade X. n4 "t ;

... HKBOCkaptar toll t. t. II M was 11..14> j
till. Ada of IMI. rll* No. A-IM I UI3e DODGE DELUDE; five pan 3 door Sedan TrunK built in as 1.yA Ul UWHW4

t....NOTICE......n. banker M HBHrnr af But*GIVEN and Cuurtr that David Tax r,idio. Ha had tut one owh r. Brand new paint job and $5355tailorfd IN DAVE rut cm CIVIL'NTT roiar. '.IIR'or''.''Br.m.. v... n IUMI or er pruM are luuuitwail. \

."l" M Data owned Uw led seat ooven Mechanically A-l. Reduced to
'C AA "D day NOTICE or '"IEil!''''* .ALRNARTTN float doJbbl aboat priss.Don't .
An757 A. 1141. kM flM toMr
af Maw I
a Alto
affior sad kM made appllfaltfai IM
a la> .....) to M based site too 014 1936 FORD TUDOR TRUNK SEDAN Mew paint Job. tire tine > Plaintiff. ... 1MXIRAMUffrwVNT Buy now
00"".... MakraaM IM foUowlMr flaacrlb.praooM and mechanically A-l This car will give excellent IraniportaUon 11.1.51551. COHrANY a awporatton. t
r" f i>M MM $435 .I You'U tha.k for this
.1 : IM CMMr Term NOTICE in HKREBT GIVEN that I. me *MTrttlan
of tliwMo. -.a: I .. .. few months heoceII. .
c. COLEMAN M Rarrtfl rf I 4 ( a
Low I* U4 tl, k.... .... PIM Bonk
riarlda" anwor sad ire .d
County kr > w a
I...0r.....1**.Uw county ol..... I 1937 STUDEBAKER DICTATOR Six Cruising Sedan DeLuxe. writ .1 ruarattoa MmoTora Iw4 out fir. A. Cameron
.. .
UH ittM4 court IM jn4
t ogeesd Ml4 piupoitr HH4r R dla Mechanically A-l and look like a brand new cur $775 some
uJ- I mot entered ta Uw above dried Mass
omHIrolo Mod WM In UM MOWWOLC. Termt Was 11133 Now ..... r..w op" to following 4.01441101
i Morom.Volow .. ......
I 4em..1 Maid Uw Closely cash nnr
MM MKlfloM* ok*. W I ItsIw'wr. K to M Udn.lr., aT Elora IriBKiuT .._. to *a Silly ol .....
-. b tat da./k. 193S CHEVROLET MASTER: TOWN SEDAN with radio. New : ; .... .
= =: : "fi"r: i l crrr a MI..UW at 1x4.CowMr rlvrWa. kr4w *a Uw Mun of rkA. ; 1
.11. SOW b bi.kwt" bide and in first clan condition. Not often can you get a buy r........ aMoiwIaato Plot N. a4 ties ."_. r. M *a TAw. M
r :1'1': MI' Uw; fiat taint and at a price like thi*. Mend. pjo t4.4 to Plat Rw* T. al tat M oar Hw w.r. A. n 1.., l iMMala ..
1*. of tM rakll &lwd. of D.d.Cooly. af Mad pttMM4 Pta..
pam parool
.... b tk hil oar of JI__. IMIIMMl .
l Think of HI Only 14.da.ertbd
norMa.ai class.For UaaX Wes of rMrlaa. afwtr .
thin ItH MT of aot o k.r. 11(1Tfraer'tr ..... ..
O. pmpntr af tM aaw4 4rw an b.S.w., ... ,
a /LEATIIT.MNAN: / I '......%, MXIB AKU.li.MKNT; OTrMrANtlaarpiwatloa lt X af Bkwk 4 .f IM MlaM
CIorIr 01 111.11 Gwrt.S 1935 CHEVROLET FOUR DOOR SEDAN with ate paint
very wv.Wr.kl
IM4r Unlike
e and Uwl pa tww Ww 4oa ml Coral m,
I Dade c:....... I1arIIa. job and in geod running condition Time OK. It la i real J3g5 wf NIIIOI>II. A. O 'IttT tolOMoa IMkwal :;ad at IM MWV, af *- bob II V.WT
lraeM ChatSari buy at Mar af .>U, ....., ** *. .'_. ohs, N as". 1&00_ 43 16.1. swat
or M. ft 'lftUIII'M' D. 4T.lI.w5. ... ....
to IM terminate two w'rtork to IMaftnaiia U. N" 01 awld w .W\to a
111 Ooh t. .. sal I MI MM 4>r. M Uw eats Frost .1..Ma It, d C.a.tl .,
1 1034 FORD TUDOR SEDAN. Original finish (n black and one I Dew af.IM c.., --'u" $....... Dad.Cris > .d ..asst. : ;::: .5.f l::
; This la above the 1834 1br.a., I .... atria r. sots and 1. Plot ... P..s ... r_i "-
owner car It
way average car
' S2.:1t .ea n Postal "Marl MM htrl let ad e,4. .d Dade County. ...
Fotefal IIe has been well taken cart of and at the reduce) price bet bidder too .... fa bass ...... IIwlot --'I. to dederolla PM5Maj-van
, aban' d.wrAd property r la. plao..tyd I ...... of revert ,. add Paw. *now.Our" .
the defendant b oaN.I saw _
1964 nRKAl"LAN&'DJI..UU: TRTJNK-SEDAN finished! Hi-dark JOHN I. LneD/EY. .
tatty AU4mdaj4 green. Has had excellent ours and b mechanically: A-L $325 D. o. COI.INA il.i 1M 5. eIaI Mrmw In ,,-:..,....,.
Good for the om'h-'ol Dade Olivetti, P1wlde. 4- I. P. i1. ft end psi 41.15
transportation price Reduced to i
y Phone M4-R .H.ome tead.1'la. : '*f .' O. 05ILLYKa', Deputy (korUI.ICTOW .J
r. rouwTT ii'IN:en rni ere art enfoi

with low
owner very I. .. It. H,.... Iii| MTATK or 1.1.f. O WrMtaA
It'iaWofiJerfJWayoothbig. : miJenirj, Paint and tire original. Mechanically: A-l We :390 I'N L a 11'11I__ aV....a..
have reduced this truck to 01 lwrpu.e Ie- Rao Ap,5o.1.e
; NoTNS or MAirrtr All For rival 1Nw4 n
t0Se4'tbe kcg i SkiD MnTICB IS HMhlT birtN that .. ...... to b..shy ..... that 1 base 014 1'
ins STUDEBAKER SIX DELUXE TRUNK SEDAN Original pwmwoM W Ik* ruwJ ttorno *ol WMWrowm MW ,1naI forma sod praU.m IN 47115
finish In black. Ha theXappearance of a '.cear. Median .....Ml am Uw ford 4or of gore I bajckan M A......", KanaUr: ,* M.oMau .
eoolllii; Zarao aMkafly 1459 smaller. A. D IMT 1o IM af Robert a W 111__ show ft 1WHMaw .
1 .li T" diotnaa Itching ikte. For 3*j IcnUy A-l with excellent tire*. Reduced W of IM KtoMMk Jwoiclol; C6 ,r--' :rD4o _. *a4 ohm aw la*..tak4a

run, Uvi. cbxut. ratable skis lotioa [ :-.. Florida. ta CMooor ta than > af OMMWT, IMI win apply is is* ,
Mwae..bl. W. r. Mwatoa Cwaaiy 4-.4.
I aeve.s ,.silo.. wbm.w Tax
bm the favorite with miUioia I aervhs I_., a Florida ., lIMo Cwaalr' norUa, for appwMral o'f
Excellent kt th* luting of minor I ISkin UMI. k IM '....UfI. sod Jots K. Mora. laM flaw) rnwrl and eve flaw _...... paAaHlwrr
Irritations, Buy aootMng. aa> Meltzer Motor Co. M aL. in DMwowuoi. IDnrkx Mo.n Eaatwtwr ol... _to ft than*
BamUbl* Zemo today-to rdiere the : .DI I. IM momfcaMl 'Mww. m 4k e. Willi..... altaa' B 11. WI"".... ,. 4a>
S tweed kr rob 4rror **4 to ..der lo mom weed.
hdiing of Simple I.-. Hmplew.JUntwomi t Studebaker DutriMon WOW mod oMI.fr IM QJQi. wet "free forMM Tow lath 4ar of 1rr/.w.kr0 1WIAarfltary ; l
and Etmmm Tuatod and M >w>ifci _... to IM khtfwM M4.I CAllnl W91.1.1. ...
approved by Good HoakrM>pincKtippMi. do -. Apr .... befa.e the Scab Eavrulaf af P>* 4O
AO draggW, W M*, 1. Pine 3S3Z9 'Miami. Florida, tl* N, E. 14th .&. I BJUIkuM *IIM M. O.c. P ... i
J Ji'
\+ J\j, :J4.._ .. fill ...AJ\II.. G WANT DSi'AV.



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Pare Twelve THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, October 1 1", 1
The Bets s i passed a ,
LOCAL F.F.A. SEND requiring the fnre.-tntH
I debt service to bo fM
30 TROPIC FRUITSTO i cases wber\ bonds and I {
pouch othwrwkw nap b* I ;
In payment of UxM :
aa'e Big Revival and I ii'

A collection of 30 variables of To Be Held at .
tropical fruit, prepared through I
for co-operation of Col! H. W. A bit community stn
Johnston, Homestead horticultur- vival service for the I!
s0 l lit famous for his botanical nar0M keys "will be held in the : 'I' '
hid been lent to K MM eraser ehureb at,A : .
101f7 City by Homestead Future Farmer with the ftsv H. T
Chapter for display at the national of the Silver Palm
. conventto *f Future Farm, Church leading the & : '
tn of America Oct. M-li Leo L.Poyser pastor of :
p The display sent by the local ton Methodist Church ; 'I,
1m chapter, Its adviser George N the sermon, I
Wakefield said, will be part of an "Three automobiles : :
Ida exhibit of product from the VDrtmu -; music are loin down ,
state IIJIIQCIationa.Myron nier Jo help make this I
It? Crenncll. former president -,real success,"Mr.Poyser
this of the Homestead r. F A'I Oossmaa sisters and T.
kh* chapter, wh .li attending the tin and bin son,
iv* vtrslty of Florida, will go to the,among these singing r
couvenUon to receive the Arner-;be,.. Everyone Is I ,
lean Farmer degree highest degree -,
err that can be obtained by t,
ash Future Farmer Sam 140 other Marks Concerts
candidates from over the nation I Into Three A F.
tied will receive the same degree I
It* Next Tuesday, Oct It, will be I Herman Marks la I' : '
to National Future Farmer Day. A I old
George Campbell ,
|the high light of tM celebration will N. W First avenue, just
t* a broadcast of the national public :-' First street, into three I i
seeking contest, which will be I apartments I
heard down here over Station' Mr. Marks bought the I
W1OO from 12:30: to 1:30.: Thelocal from Miami Interests
chapter will observe the day
with a luncheon at the chapter'la.o. I
house and other activities.Council READ THE: WAr
i iI iP

Vetoes $15 Pay iI ii

Cut for $25 Marshal I

I i I (
Baited with restoration of the,
old councilman remuneration of; ,
one dollar a meeting, an ordinance E ;
which also Incorporated a reduction :
In the salary of town marshal
from $2J month to fIll, failed
to pass Its first reading at a meet
lag of the Florida City town council -
Tuesday night .
Proposed bj Mayor M. Silver-
man the ordinance "was introduced: eee1e"L
by Councilman B. B. PuUen and I GeneralPublic
seconded by Councilman F B.I I
Ledninger Voting aye were PuCen I :
and Lelninger; voting nay were'
were Councilmen Chas B. Clinton
Lawrence. Becker and R. W. MulUBS Homestead none

Pending such time ta the t1CIU I -
construct raised step sign suchas
are In use In Coral] Gables, the I
council decided to authorize painting Let Us
of street signs obliterated by, .
recent road reconstruction tlu ulb'

i Florida City. I
Your Car "
I :! 1
Wood Work; 171 ,c

f .Practice........Ia"Ovi""tdat3s neasatead Body Tops, Fender and I i I :

Room I and 7 Seat Cover
McCrory Arcade Painting
Hours: : i
Saturday__ 7;30( to It p.m.
Art's Paint
IMt W.....Ier. MIami.fin,
rheaesi 3-2213---lass
Dr..1. W. 1&ellblu.aa<

DR.M.A.BERGERDentist 1 : i, '

First National Bank '.
Building I :
Office Hour 8:30: 4JO i ;< .
Old Evenings ky Appolntnenl J

I IDR. ,

K. S. AKERS I dw"we..ar.a. bee,'t:'
VAMOM..:t- : ,.
DeNTIST .. ..... .
-- .ire. ; '
OtSe 1 to AN (tOM6HHO
9wti 1> S iv a t1

I ltenSa,iSM11i1 ,=...,......... :
( .t. ......,.,. ...da M... K
ll. fia 1N.... :
Free r..w.c SpaceS ............
-to S-N. '
ML HV ftm 8T, MIAMI ,..... ; :
I t
men t-tltt TM)Allis ro
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