The leader-enterprise

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The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title:
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title:
Leader enterprise
Place of Publication:
Homestead Fla
South Dade Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 11, 1935
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
25.471189 x -80.468122


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).

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University of Florida
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Homestead leader
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Homestead enterprise
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TO ORGANIZE I ffei-k CoMrtiisslbi. Works to Get OF INCRIASEiit -

Owners in Afeil to flfticte Lfcilcfe IC. C. ROLL sPAIDUP

BAND IN SOUTH I i With all necessary enabling_ legislation .to *ay that the creation o< Ever- MEMBERS BY DRIVE

effected for the establishment glade* Natl6na1! Park would be ;
: of Everglades National Park due U/ the Indefatigable persist*
DADECOUNTY committee appointed by Gore Coed o/ Mt. toe hi Initiating and
SholU earlier in the sum t.h'tltll.thr. ullh the mdvement I In MEETING VOTES EXTENSION
I I. 1 Is busily engaged In trsclrtu, face <>f criticism and discouragement

\. I of title to privately owned 6n every side:.-much of it of ... '
; Details of '' land In the park area with the a mallctou nature .-

to Be Arranjtements'l 1 owners object an of exchange negotiating for to.-oWn-with( the Mr.forwaM Alexander to said iMiulrlnf he was ol 166kInf fev- I GU" td Hcgln Fihal I Energetic; Coal of

Monday Night I|I.dl lirtid outside the area. acres. it land in this section with Tonight, It No Rain : Canvassers AfikaContinuation

This Information was given to the idea of becoming a resident

-: FULL PROGRAM TO I I,the Homestead Rotary Club at its here at some future date. Other The first of a aeries of three die

\ FEATURE MEETING I luncheon Wednesday' noon by Ernest members of the state commission mond ball games between the ACT TO DAN PEDD,.Flt
I! F,Coe, executive chairman of besides Mr. Cot and Mr. Alexander Dixie Drug and Turner Funeral' AND CURB SNOWBIRD
Sheriff Coleman U Shied the Everglade National Park I are W. It Porter and Norber Home (0 decide the chimpfonship

as Speaker; Reports! I tom llUaIon. H* Introduced S. Thompson of Key West Thomas of the girls' league, will start tonight
Alexander, executive secretary ofthee I. Pn oast.,f Miami Beach. Mr*, weather permitting Unlicensed Soliciting A
tcr Made commission. T V Moon of Miami, Judge John Aa 'exhibitiongamt between Nuisance t fn Proposed

i.., A community-bind to be com The commission t* II 6 It r 13 O.t Share of Scoring Graham two teams, not yet decided upon, I Ordinance
,. Posed of men and boy whlf reside through with the title Search to the Copeland of Everglades, Hamilton will be played after the girls'gam I

In the town and country south of privately owned land in the Dade Holt, president of Rollins College *. In tplte of the World Series

Miami t is being organized by the County portion of the park area,, it and Winter Mrs. W Park S. Alomo of Wilson Turner won the lint halt bt crop. starting time and ttormI -
Redlan District Improvement Mr. Coe said, 1* now working on Jennings Jack play undefeated, and Dixie de- I: month depression, the paid-up
tonvllle, J. M. Hoffman of
!Asodation, and detailed facts the Collier County ,portion And St
and retted Turner tn fwd tutceisfvt/ membership roll of the Redland
the movement win bt about to begin work ta Monroe ,Augustine Angel Cuesta ef;
pntkented game to take the second half District Chamber of Commerce
at the association1 tire{ County. Tampa The commission began :
was increased from II M 87 In th.'
meeting It the\ teuton, wMc'/ wra MF. Coe laid that the Florida :ft* work August 1. two weeM since the drive was
be held at 8 p. m. Monday tit the Clty-Homestead-Redland Dr. H. & Wolfe, president ofIhe Inaugurated.", So well
I : jectlon .. five the
auditorium I Rotary Club, who recently returned MINISTERS VOTE ?
at the Redland Farm
Undoubtedly on tile border line I from f community responded that tM
an agricultural tour
XJfe School according w art announcement to the to the .
eastern gateway nlUonal j Of countries in Southern membership committee In reporting -
made by PresidentW. 'i park and could expect to be I England: and Ireland, gave Europe a talkto SUPPORT ON SLOT Wednesday night at the first
Vf. yesterdayAIM
visited by hundreds of thousands. meeting of the chamber since
oti the program for Mon of tourUU. ( Who would noaaJJy vftU the club on agricultural add economic election of pew tff leers1 and directors -

day /rilghrs Association tft the Improvement the.only tropical; national part in I 4 tenantries conditions he visited prevailing Interesting it the AlACIlIN STAND moved thaf the campaign,

are: a tall the United States. II,Facto be extended for two weeks In ordn
by Sheriff D. C reported by Dr. Wolfe who
Coleman oft law l
Rotarlim R. W that the goal pt' 100 memtn
Harrison of MlI I Is horticulturist
s tn Charge 6f the
: enforcement;report of the various ami, was present, rose atits I I :Subtropical Experiment Station Local l Aiaociatibn Dackfi might be obtained
committees appointed in connection eJi. i inI
i with the of Mr, Cbe's talk. I here. will be published next week. Dade Sheriff and M. Member present st the mfftj _.
ttruction of proposed con j*'--......." Ii".............."" :" ...v
Jjnrrmmit Buil: \ drive. i
longatlon of the membership
"WTwaiB.iMnHMi" .
t.'; >Hmr.. m- wtriniL'epiiiijiimi"aiwnwwrar'ort ""j ..uu District Chamber The members of the Redland Willard Fifield, chairman of the
proposed; report by the president District Ministerial Association at committee said that due to the
and an outline of activities for the TOAJU.OFFICEATJAXMmiNG of Commerce their annual meeting held Tuesday fact that the commit members

My y0 ,and 'musical and enter .. In the First Baptist Church votedunanimously had to devote some time to earning
Mlnmcot number Edward Stlllng to notify the mayorof their bread and butter, many prospects -
:Th proposed community I band Lindsay Homestead and the sheriff of had not even been approai'h-
will b* known a* the RedlandCommtUtltfBand ,. Dr J. B. Tower 1 Dade County that the association ed yet and the committee wt Confident -
Mr. Johnston -r- i East Coast Fertilizer Co.. U solidly I behind them In opposing that another two weeks
aid. Arrangements for its organUationr ge r tJJit Coming t6 Discuss t. J. Franklin riot machines or "one-armed ban- would provide the opportunity
ana tristrtlMlori, he laid, Swim Meet for Roy Chandler I dita". needed to contact these and make

were completed yeaterday Six I I Bird Chevrolet Co. The Rev. A. A. Koestllne was return visits to pledges .
outstanding member of the University : Local Pool) C. L. Tweedell re-elected president and the Rev. The membership committe Is e
of Miami band who haw* Frank Skill e. N. Walker was made secretary,. composed Of Mt. Fit leld, 0 B.

been engaged through the federally; 'tb More 3. BlefeV, municipal George N. WaketleldMax' Meetings will be held,.monthly PsrkwrJ J McLendoa' A F

sponsored national youth move ind school recreation director of DepartmentiStopS -.......this year, nswxlatlrfrt decided. Arthur endTjred Rodd local I t

.. inent ypegivS'tntstrectlon and band music at In"'Red-orchestrs -' omtsUad, was elected to t fourth G .w. Turner "' '''''' .4IIIth.1I'nt1'M. A. Soper of theRedland business Two measurej'lo InteftsU protect resulted 1 1 tW 1V

w vlce-presUJency of the Atlantis )fI 1t and Florida City Community
Fay" ute School will direct from the meeting Wedne4y )
It land Seaboard AmateW...AthWticfAssoclatlon T E. Kirby churches invited the members
: band. A committee night A strict wd1n.nctInl dqtofri.
I nl instruct the and at a meeting !Held in J R.Brook and their wives to hold the and unlicensed Solicitors
appointed to organize Friday The vlce- Ceo. W T. SnareSubtropical in the Redland peddler t
Jacksonville next meeting
\\i\ lh. band was named atMTg i Station a nuisance will be recommended -
: } ana" irvsidency automatically makes Experiment church and to enjoy a pot-luck for by the Hmpstead *-
; fm' member of the board of directors A. F Arthur after the meeting. passage t,
J k of jstoad and E. E, a. luncheon city council by a comra,tu" -
..' iVrano of Redland. I Homestead E. C. Chronlster Building and Loan The member decided to observe composed of T. E.; Kirby and r c', \
"The neW band Is to be a community Mf: Blleler went to Jacksonville the 400th anniversary of the Chronlster. who ace a>a hers

f, organization/ and everyman ; bast..week,taeoter tbeJ1omepteak Association printing of the Bible by exchanging lot the city council T. q1$tr
municipal iwimmfog pool and hereatlon '%en ArcherHerman and holding special aflnouats4'tialtl'
j or boy who hat an instrument; pulpit dent, Ben Archer", '
"'; and ambition may secure the training park In the association.!\ Marks services on the tint Sunday in an advertlalnfspntro'tte' WttuM
Bank of Homestead
cost to him recreation dteec- First National December. whoSe first con'0ffWion -
':. at absolutely no << t. 6. Lemon. be appointed
Mr. Johnston said. "The Improvement tor at Miami Beaclv...nd secre... j 1 reser+VeeutheR-Geo.'BDeuel < would be the protection.
I. Association wilt paj'I tart and titaswrrf of the A. A. A.. .. Jarpe Wollam the Rev It O. Cowan, the of chamber of commerce member

:for the Instruction that win btapplied. i will.,meet with the pool committee It L. Cook Rev. Howard Eckel, Mr Walker, by refusing to endorse the momlacuou -
." at :2 p.'II.. Saturday In the F. H. Redd Mr. Soper and Mr. Koestlln/\ advertising schemes
t He laid that the band weul I chamber of commerce building O B. Parkerp. with which the community bux-

'tj have ite first meeting,an-Churs-. to discus the holding of a Junior B. Bird Davis and Kin Incas and professional men md
day evening of ttxWeek at Red. woman's indoor swimming meet, Andy Terberg A. L. women are bombarded from time -
land High School and that meet. In the local pool at some early br M. A. Berlerp.f1I18nLehman Unhurt in Auto Crash I to time- peclaUy! during the

.r loge -for Instruction would Packing Co. winter, or "snowbird" month

every Thursday evenlni r ;Rosenthal Distributing Co.WK. En route to Wrlghtsvllle Os. The hour of meeting was changed -
thereafter. Announces Walton Sunday morning an automobile I from 8 to t:30( p PI. The n.-U
Dixie I Drug Co. owned and driven by A. L. Davii! meeting will be at T30: p. m., o-t,

JTo Throw Party for Big EvenIng Aff Classes J. D. Redd of Gould turned over twice and I n.Th. '
C. T. Fucha Sr.
Interview -
after it committee appointed
landed in a ditch wall
Two of Diamond Leagtii :TO. A. West two the county commltslot i on
occupied by
George N. Wakefield, vocational I : struck by a car
.' of Homestead U B. Sommer New Jersey 12 miles (Continued on Pegs Seven)
A supper for the Walton Nur agriculture teacher men from I t
; iL. M. Bridge
i series and Brooke Lumber Cc I. High School announce Brooker, Jr. north, of Waycros There were I ,.11" .. ..,.
of the .. ""
\\ diamond belt team will be give three -",.*chae4> la ac'bt .grkulUire. fl.:7nl "" no Injun tea the occupant 1
Henry Brook**,Jr, and W. II:. scheduled to M,16-_. Byrom ..: Davit' ear, who included Mtf Devts' fikotoii STOPS
by H. A. Cameron X111. :
t Mr A. 0. Smith of .
1 JI W.lton.t the Homestead Countrdub On Thursday of next week i iweekly I 1 11T a Webb llat r. *
and her daughter. CLASSIFIED
e. Tuesday evenlnr class for young men wit:t H. G. Thurman Homestead HIS
f be started at 7:30: p. m. In the towi I .J. E. McClung Barbara; hit brother, Milton Davis -
whom they were taking backto Brodie, prominent resident -
W. M.
THE WEATHER ball of Florida City. Bedland Motor, Inc.
WrlgMsvllle and a his t
his home in \ of Redland, stopped
t On Monday Oct 21, at 7:SO r Tho*. Tbeu
.. ... ... class room, Mr. Oliver, also of WrightsvWe. tot rent add the classified eol-
., OtrloW se.Ms d tae a.Mee1 m, In the agriculture G. W. DrIllers
Se..SA.s. Issu... swMtese. F1orioI of Homestead High School be wll' J. L. Burton The car belonging to the New uma of the Uader-Enterprite j
t less 1 who did fOr Jersey men was ordered told after Jut Friday morning.
r \ as,. start a class for boy Carl Dedea
Data 7ir39.ts j finish the ninth grade before gilt t R. S. DtftftSollade. a Judge' hearing awl the money The reason? He had all his
ct T-rr e9 ting school Inc. used to defray the expense of repairing houses rented OT Mkt

Oct 1 __ II ell 2Ut 7:30 W. J:. Rheney the Davis car. Sufficient his .... which ran four
1Oct.. 1 _.. 83 'lO 1J I On Friday. Oct. 25, at : p. n made by Tuesday tot From
.. Oct t -. '72 'JS 2893MM .21 I I hi will miruguraU a weekly clan Mae Morris Mr.repairs Davis were and Mrs. Smith and betdau.hter time, he rented six house and
: .11 in farm organization for adult! Dr. J. A. Smith old one.
Oct 1 .._ 80 to return to Homestead
Oct. I 14 10 129.93 .3' Meetings will be held In the agr! T a Craetham -
Fumrturt C*. ta the tat
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Pare Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, October 11, 1935. :

Redland P.-T. A. Activities for Year i iI 1 Funeral for Ozie D. Pye Rev. M. A.Soper to Hold be Wednesday"God", for, "Everlasting Tuesday: "Sin"PunJab-; for
Florida CityRevival
I Held in Miami SaturdayFuneral Revival ment"; for Thursday, "Redemp
Held tion" and for Friday, 'Salvation".
Announced at Meeting ;
I 1\londaYI services will be held lathe ,
services for Cite D. Florida City Community I
Davis Mrs. Carl XJndgren and Pye, 47, Gould's merchant and Church Rut week the pastor the Sam "My girl's divine"
Principal Wagner gave a World War veteran, who died in Rev. M. A. Soper announces. Jim: "Your girl may be de vine,
of the Mrs. Elchenberger.Mrs.
talk the relatkmaMp
on "
the Bay Pines Veterans' hospitalat The subject for Monday wlU but my girl's de berries
school and the home to an audience D. E. Bashor cafeteria Bay Pines, Fla., Oct. 4, were
that filled the Redland school chairman, and Mrs. J. T. B. Mo held at Woodlawn Park Cemetery,
auditorium Monday evening at Elroy, character education chair Saturday afternoon. Turner Fu-
the tint meeting of UM Redland man, mad report Other committee neral Horn was in charge of in-i r ,
P-T A. this season. Mr. Wagner chairmen present were: terment. ANDRE\VS'
reported, also that progress has Mrs. Curtis Lee, hospitality; Mrs. moved to Goulds In It It
Mr. Pye
been mad In developing a school Wilson Cash, membership; Mrs.
orchestra, and that six young Instructors A. D. Fogle, room mother; Mrs. from Sylvania Ga.. and established -
from Walter Schaffert Chas Turner, publicity; Mrs. E. s general store) In Goulds in: GROCERY & MARKET .
had been in 111 health
: 1918. He
University Miami band,through A. Ames, finance; Mrs. Henry
federal aid will give lessons twice Carter, program, and Mrs. Green I for several years I North Flagler Avenue, Near Mowry Street '
weekly In co-operation with Miss : Rives library. Survivors are his wife: three ,
Ellen Nyberg: music instructor of Mrs. Xichenberger announcedthat brothers Melton Pye, Gouldi; -- -- ----- -
the school. I a musical program by Ordell Claude Pye: Charleston S. C.; I Cudahy Breakfast Ib.
,. The association ha* selected the Mutchler't band and other home Marvin Pye, Lyons, Ga.; a sister
following special activities for this talent will be given In the achool: Mrs. Florence Gallette of Miami;: BACON 0 0 38c
year, Mrs C. IL Elchenberger, the auditorium on Friday evening, two half-sisters, Mrs. Clam Vlhlen
president, laid: advancement of Oct. It. The proceeds, she Said, of Goulds and Mrs. Nell Moore of HAMBURGER lb.I .
education through the P.-T. A.; will be used in defraying the expenses Miami I
Improvement of school with reference of the orchestra. I STEAK I7c
ti to child welfare; character The) president announced that' pupils. Among the musical numbers -
education; cafeteria and library the annual carnival will be held on were: Presser's Duet In C by
improvement, achoollround beautification the Wednesday night preceding I Lavlna Kirk and Mrs. Fitzgerald; I STEAKS lb. 19c:
and the development of Thanksgiving.She Baldwin's"Dolly's Walts" by Annie I ,
a school orchestra. Ruth Lee; "Pixies' Goodnight" by
announced, also, that the
!.Irw. M. J. Bonds,welfare chairman county P.-T. A. council wllLmeet Vera Rheney; Franklin's "Black i BEEF ROAST lbe 17c
reported that the association In the Redland achool at 10 o'clockon smith Song" by Teeny Torbert,! II ,
had given out 15 bundles of clothesto Wednesday, Oct. 23. Buddy Kuhn, Annie Ruth Lee,I Roll lb.
be distributed by the Red Cross Mrs. Eva Fletcher directed the Dorothy Kuhn, Laying Kirk and Country
nurse, and that nine bundles, and community singing that was the Adolph Loper Chaminade'i "Bal, BUTTER
:27 packsgef; clothing and 14 opening number, and Miss Myrtle let" by Delores Cowan; and Dan- .
new dresses had been distributedby Kerfoot played >the, accompaniment. cla's "Fifth Air" and variations I
the welfare committee. The-Her. H. O, Cowan by Elmeda Roberta and Constance I
j Particular thanks she said, are made the opening prayer. Scherr. : Avery 3 for Post 2 for
due to the Lions Club which gave At the close of that business session Joy Lee and Marie Bashor gave
much of the clothing and to Mrs. the hosnjt Uly'chairman,Mnl readings. SALT lOcToasties I ISc
l' Wesley Campbell, Mrs. Charlie Lee, presented I program of music Refreshments were served after
Frank Hemmlngton, Mrs. Alton by Mrs. R. H. Fitzpatrlck's the program. I &

I Sugar, 5 lbs. a8c


Ammonia. Listed as NitrogenIn Sweet Potatoes, 5lbse 12c

Garden 2 No.2 cans Libby's 2 Ibs.

New Fertilizer Law PEAS .:If c Prunes I7c

Bffecii-v tr Be --SELF-RISING FLOUR

24lb"baglz:1b':1Jagolo.>! bag

Effective Sept. first, the new Florida fertilizer law changes the list 85c 45c Z5e''I

; ing of Ammonia to Nitrogen. Also, Nitrogen is listed in four different Red Label Ib. ,

forms: Nitrate Nitrogen, Ammoniacal Nitrogen, Water Soluble Organic COFFEE I7c ', '

Nitrogen, and Water Insoluble Organic Nitrogen. Nitrogen contains

about one fifth more Ammonia than the old listing of Ammonia. Toilet 3 for I Octagon 5 bars

." Tissue 13c SOAP lOc
The new law re9. ires.also, that all plant foods be listed in whole

numbers and >nc"< li ctions. Th\refore-.the new formulas.ffju\be' slightly Libby's X045. can

different ''"Below is a comparative/table of the new Nitrogen and'the-old' SAUERKRAUT :lOc

Ammonia formulas: 1 ,\\ ** .
MILK Darif for Tall :17c 1 r rIrishPotatoes,10lbs.15c

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New Old

1% Nitrogen equals 1.22% Ammonia
2% Nitrogen equals 2.""% Ammonia

E ,, 3% Nitrogen equals 3.66% Ammonia,.. EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING '

4%Nitrogen-equals 4.88% Ammonia, .... HOMESTEAD( ELECTRICAL SHOP

5% Nitrogen equals 6.10% Ammonia M. D. JACOBSKN. Prop.
10 N. Krrnne Avenue none kle-J
6% Nitrogen equals 7.32% Ammonia .i


The available Phosphoric Acid and Water Soluble Potash are still Surveys MapsA. "

the same as in the old formulas. In purchasing fertilizers for the coming R. LIVINGSTON j j

1 season the above table will give a comparison to go by. REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER

Registered Land SurveyorBOX

aoa HOMESTEAD rut.

,Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.

Clean Vegetables Sell Better

See our vegetable washer built at our shop.

Redland Brand Fertilizer We turn wood rollers for packing house use.

Portable fire and irrigation pumps. Lathe and
MANGANESE DISTRIBUTORS PHONE 16 machine work. Farm machinery repaired or



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Friday, October 11, 1935. THE ENTERPRISE Page Three


I TO\vNSENDITESI Leaders Heard by Troop GROVE
20 Years
Christ" evening Development of moral courage

CHICAGO ENVOY ....... "Man's Failure In the was urged by A. S. Macfarlana COCONUT GROVE
Garden .f Ea>." *r "The Dade County scout executive In Showy I and S Admission IS* ,

T%. Mbwhit IMP are ..... Mr. Origin el Sin". a talk to member of the Homestead Matinee Sat cad San M*
'.11. r... SU .. the H.. .. troop of Boy Scouts ate -
Ml 4 program
Row E: 1 te t .
-...... Oct I*-The Gee. p. a*
M.MWM< MM. Hit.OH. Chappell and Mrs. Woodson arranged by Scoutmaster A.
es the Lows a..n Deuel ef Redlan4 will speak at
Heard at Joint ':S" A. Koeatline to mark the resumption SATURDAY ONLY

', 1915 Session of Clubs of activity after a summer vacation TIM MCCOY I
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE period. The courage to L
-.M.*. 3. A. Cooley: and son Cecil CHURCHOct. say "no" in the face of ridicule ;
are expected to arrive this week T D. Plch will represent the 11 LeeMB-eennoa and the courage to do the right -RIDING WILD"Weelera !
Homestead and Redland Townsend Thrill
from Missouri where they: have topic "Are Bio. Disease Md thing when other consider it
Club at the national convention of Also BUCK JONES In
spent the past spring and summer Death Eeair mart to do wrong were pointed ,
," (Florida Townsend Clubs to be held In The ROARING WEST, Ne. 11"W.Maxwell
City) out M greatly lacking In many
-"Mr*. J. E. Simmons and little Chicago Oct 24-27. He was elect- FLORIDA crrr youth of today.County SUNDtY .tai !
ed delegate at a Joint meeting of CHUmCHOet MONDAY \
granddaughter and a Mr. and Mrs.
Commissioner W. Cecil
Chapman arrived here the latter the two club In the Neva King 11-Sermea teple fee .
Watson of Miami president of the
of last Cooper School auditorium Sunday 1.11 "The Work ef UM Spirit".
part week from West Virginia :
Dede County Boy Scout Council, f
E d
f The Simmon large house afternoon. Mr. rich la corresponding AV4
of the Homestead HOMESTEAD METHODIST who spoke briefly endorsed .
secretary -
1 almost {
completed and a* their MO
club. CHURCH what Mr. Macfarlan said and added 14UMLSEExtnll
have I,
goods arrived have moved In
that success doe not merely
and will lOOn be at home to their An appeal to voten to UM every Oct. 11-MernlBg mewcet It
lie in but In
friends. Mr. and Mr*. Chapman caution In selecting candidate for one VnaeeaTl evening meaacet *- money t(
accomplishing something worthwhile j
: have rented public office to the end that the "A Censers TtMedy".
a cottage on East in life.Clarence -THE MARCH or TIME" k
Oct 1* Mil-week Bible
Tenth street and have gone to Townsend plan of old age pen- New October Issue
housekeeping." (Florida City) on*'would be fortified with the .Iad,. Froscher Eagle Scout
"Crawford Jackson who ha widest legislative support was member of the Homestead troop, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
'been made at the meeting by Mr*. A. told of lessons In forestry he learn-
visiting on the key, came Oct. 11- erBM b, the Kev.L. .
back again Monday." (Naranja) B. Woodson, president of the Wom- O Adam ed at a Scout camp In Florida
-"Mr. Mills has Just returned an' Civic Association of Florida.In this summer. Troop Committeemen -
from Cape Sable with 700 pounds her talk Mr*. Woodion told ofthe present were E. A. Froscher:
13 in the auditorium of the Red- and Ben Archer. Refreshments
.of nice tlab," (Naranja) Inner working that govern
. "Mrs. O. I. Gault, public stenographer the Initiation and enactment of land Farm Life School. of Ice cream and cake were served

, ha* taken an office in the congressional legislation. She
J. V.: Free & Co. building.She flayed metropolitan newspapers

I* a graduate of Duff's College and for their attitude on the Townsend .ww..r rw.w ..,.
hold a certificate from the Spen- plan and for falling to print new The Redland CafeMRS. ,RALPH. SELLAMY
cerian Writer" stories of Townsend Club actlvli. VALERIE HOSSON

"Ex-Governor Jennings wa In Ue .
Homestead on Tuesday evening I The Townsend plan from the A. NABORS. Prop

looking after his property: ''lawyer'. viewpoint wa favorably
-"Joe Burton is off on a week'svacation I viewed by Dan Chappell. Miami SUNDAY DINNER 50c

and will take In Fort attorney and a member of the U35 SmithINSURANCE
Pierce, Palm Beach and Okeechobee : Florida legislature. On the mUll'eal Roast Duck or Fried Chicken

before he return program were several instrumental -
JJf .p
Sept 31."Funeral. I selection by George M. FIRE., ALTO. STORM AND LUll
service over the body Frlck and his daughter Virginia.The PLATE LUNCH WITH DESSERT AND DRINK IV Phone seat!
of Harry: II. Colby were held at 3 Redland Townsend Club Office hi MeCrerr AreadsOMAHA"

o'clock Monday afternoon, at hi* I will meet Sunday afternoon, Oct. .
nome The Rev, B. w. Soper Of- -

.ficiated. The following gentlemen r

acted r"V 11.>!Jf r1rs:'
I Browiey 4 an .
ownlow m. or-
wood and Mr. Froscher. Interment
< wa in South Dad cemetery: : .*
-"The sympathy of the entire
community I* extended to S. A.
Murden and his mom Bayard and

Veal, over the sudden death of
the wife and mother whose funeral r
wan held at ISO: o'clock
Monday afternoon at her homein
Modello. Rev. B. W Soper oftlclatln -

,. The following gentlemen -
acted a* pallbearer: Thomas
Brewer. T. A. Collins, Carl Morton
. M. Q. Simmons, E. M. Horton and !! -lPintur, one after

. MR Ranson. Interment,wa ,.in
the Derby
the other of Kentucky ,
South Dade cemetery.: Mrs. Mill'den ,

.:k was beloved by all who knew the Preakness and the Belmont
her, a devoted wife and mother
\ Her loss will be felt by many who 1
.I knew Mr.:31" ." "
( _, M, ....eft..irid. family and Omaha is an outstanding hone
rf Tho Brewer and wife were the ,
week-end guest of A. M. Brandon .. today.

and wife at Deerfleld And in the dgarette world Chest- ,
-"The Rhode family arrived ;
here Monday: night having pur- erfield is outstanding.

1 chased two tract of land some Both won their place' strictly on '
month ago and being In possession "
of two town lot*. Mr. Rhode merit. (.

I* considering starting a lumberyard Apply any test you like-Chesferfields ,

: and hardware business he...", stand for the best there is in
R (Florida City)
1 _"Mrs. S. S. Shield returned to dgarettes.
her home her the latter part of let
milder they
the week from her prolonged visit They are yet '
,, at her old horn in Detroit, Michigan you know you're smoking. They

(Florida City) real
-"Mrs.. Mead is the new assistant taste better-give you pleasure. I
, at the Taylor Bargain Store "
!, "The Ladle Aid Society will !

meet with Mr*. Fred Robertson i

at her home on Tuesday if.f.

W. 0. W. CofounderWill l

Speak in Miami

Several member of the local I'i

W.O.W. camp are planning to attend -
a special meeting to he held
In Miami Monday night in honor

,. of CoL John T. Gate of Omaha, ;i '
6. co-founder of the organization.
iv' All member of the lower east )
coast have been Invited to attend -
and to bring prospective
member with theft Y

for mildness
: ..

4,.*WATTS.r s.lnd..Prop.Jlaoilag at...MK. .. .. for better raste

lime. Safe delivery mra-

Iee4. 513-W
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Paw. Four' THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, October 11, 1=.

{ possible or at least kept under undebatable.) If carried, the malamotion I I
THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE' control. The meet effective rneea- with both amendment I THE UBIUBIAN'S CORNER
fvbtbhe. rrldaja at Item.stead .- urea are thote wbleh strike at their will be laid on the table. A me-i ,
...... bjr the ftotith pale breeding place" jortty vote carries the motion to i 9T MIU. U w HOW, I4BRARIAMOjir .

fnblhihl-1. C*. "To destroy flying trisects at lay on the table. All In favor ofi I -.-
moaqultoegnata or flies the laying the queauon upon the table I. f.isttAT Kgvq tend in the name of the Public

BEN ARCHER ..Editoreeeeuil room'f doors and windows should ay Aye. AU oppoeed. No. The i ...,. ........... ..........' ..... w Library, Homestead, Florida. Pre-
be closed and milt from the spry,- nose have It and the motion to lay Frlde,. 1..1 w 116
Entered It glass nail er should be directed obliquely; I on the table la k-jt I....... t-J.. t-e tented by Wilton Qerald Kirby
matter Marcia .. till. .t the Pert towards the cefflnf.' The room: )I..*. Robin: Madam Prefident for the future educatio-i of our .1
eJTIee at II...,..... FIerI,.. ands should be filled with mist and left' I call tor a dlvtiion I I Junior Woman't Club It children In American ideals andprlnclpla

the act ef Manh. II. lJ lIMed for 10 to 20 minutes, after I r President: AU In favor certainly? Plying up to the proms and in support of V, .W.
which the buecta that have dropped Prtfidcnt: A 'dlvlflon' bat been ''to give the library a ''Book "from national home program and In
51111. niCK St." A YEAR to the floor should be eweptup. called tor.11 In faVor memory of him father and mother,
Breeding places of moaqu/toe.) I ing the queitlon upon) the pla..1'I Wmt to tone". TN) Unie the book; Edward: Tttpmaf Kirby md Lydia'

Let CWldreri More and !II.., inch ai rain barrel, pleas rt... An opposed will I la "The phanlon Tow-t", by Carpi I BennJngton JUrby. Served in the ,;tI
} Sleep garbage pans, etc., should be' rite. The chair it In doubt All Norton In this imall volume you world War with Company D, USUt (

study While, let encQur-gipg IK alto protect craldna their lo prayed frequently."To Ilia favor of laying; the question on will find plenty of mystery and ad-: Infantry 2JU, Divlslop,1017-1116- J:

h. .,Itb. To thaw ambitious: control moths, carpet beet I the table will ptoa.. ripe and be I I venture. The adveltUl"ll1eilnt on)11'11."
} Mini persistently prod their parent children let and fleas, can should be taken counted. (The president a* a rule the very first page when Pora ; for you "who like poetry and .
we wish to point out the to pee that cracks In the floor and asks the recording iwcreUry to Bellman, who bad lived all her are Interested In modem poetry.we .
i Hiding of a conducted under bate-boardi an thoroughlywetted ) I count, and the only correct way 'long sixteen yen In a CO/ltllrva. have a new book "A Poetry
among school children In a typl- with iprty. Clothing to I It by numbering; that ia, for eactf live old town on the bankf of the Concert", In which ten poets an

11 J rural tit*. The turvey thowed be stored' should be cleaned, aired\ member to state the number and I river ludipn, If introduced represented. Each one hat eighteen -
taste, 77 per rent of the children and sprayed thoroughly, holding then tit down. In convention the ut. From New York Cross country paget. -From the north and,<. getting tnt sleep than they the sprayer at a dl-tance of about I parliamentarian ii t often baked to tq pouglaf, Arizona, by railand' 1 the south from the east and the
m--ii to maintain health vigor and two feet from the garment. CheiU count) Forty having voted yea, by stage, well advent west theie poets come. Helen]
piuper IfOwtlonb' 23 per cent should be sprayed before the 60 having voted no the motion i i even In then day when the stag frith Stlckney U from New York.
4 wci' obtaining the proper amount clothes an put away. Close to lay the question upon the table It only another 'motor bus And Jack Greenberg .la a Lot Angeles
?I -lightly, more than considered should be sprayed once a month I II lOll before you have read many page lawyer-,. Caroline Parker Smith
naxatrr- Some of UM reason Beaidef the liquid sprays, then .:The diKuaiton 1 If now upon the YoU realize then i| aome myit ry divides her time between Connecticut
begin to wonder. ".Who Sthlf
an various other effective -10U > and Georgia frank Rice
i ildrcn fill to obtain enough pn D- I amendment to the amendment, "
chests to you have lo read the book throw& .
1 repel moths dentist Mary Leedy Flanlgan
Failure pf parent! to realize Madam PretldentPnildent
without a atop-a If fointriguing.
"In I mystery live |In 'llIQurL Lawrence Turn-
combatting roaches
Importance regular1 bedtime and or 1Wa"erbu : Mn. Row.Mn. I Pgra'ichooUnate
lone hours of sleep for children the sprat thbuld be directed Rote: I move to amend and companion ad- bull McAtee live Iq Oklahoma
2 Children at their haunts behind the refrigerator : Elizabeth: Russell Beddow makes
being to 'hon
taken en- Fretidcot: There two amend
: an venture It a real girl live
Uiruiinmentt, parties, or movies uodec.: he pick and Mall s ,|' her home In Birmingham Ala.
menu pending; another amendment near the Arizona Phantom Town,
M-hool cracks and erevicea that Arthur it a lawyer In
on nlghU may
!It out of order. Do you with ;and to this fame Mary Moon Seattle. Julia Dalngerfield Class
it aerve aa hiding pbtcea. Powdered
Late supper hours or early J6 discuss the amendment to thai Carol Norton dedicates her 'book.\ .
3 ruing time. Inaectiddef are al, o "yery effectiveIn I j }Lvet in New Mexico, and Pauline
amendment, which> : i 1from one Just (Imagine having a book dedlI francli
4. Loud radio or unguarded conversation ridding a house of roaches or II Stephen has her horn* Ui ,!
to fix m. I cated to you. That In Itself bat
ants Such powders p. New York. You will find something
After children't bedtime -
//.1 Cries of Quettlon. j a sound of adventure.Mr. mood
dusted about the places the Queitlon here for every but at your
ft Children curtailing their own tetci frequent Some of there I Madam President Wilton O. Kirby in BalU- librarian and your friend, I ad-
sleep became of plajr Interertf.fl powders an polaonoua to ; Presidents Mr*. Dahlia. more Md., does not know pur library vUe you to begin with Jack Green
Failure of other""children if ao they are labelled human'i I Mn Dahlia: I consider from but he beard about ua berg'a poem, "My Book", read it
nr.11 by to go to bed on time. dinary Insect powder one to fix too abort a time. Cries through his brother our own T- two or three times, think It over
Necessary period of sleep for pyrethrum flowers) If not harmful of out of Order, qut of order; the E. KIrby. He must have been and let it link\; |n. Then from
y children at reported by health to people." question ha* been called for. well impressed for he has sent ua there read on. the pagea
I turn
nun"orltlei through the White President rapt once lightly with a la-volume history of America, backward pf until you
ll and Protection... ae follows Ages ;floor-the cry of Queition doe down to 192. And What a thrill each aetll p. I promffe! you a
to I yearn, 12 hours; age 8 to 11 TheA- -Cc.n..l'Q. 'not fore the vote. 101.... Dahlia, It was to read on the fly-leaf thii pleasant! eyenfng at "# ppetry

jciiii. 11 hours, age 12 to 13 yean, you may proceed. I inscription "This copy it regli* tspcert.

How Disease I Is Spread Law lQIII @! .4m 'I

By Insects By AyWB UTfUC BIRRTla

'Insects spread disease In two "

general ways blplpglfally and 22IJD INSTATi J.4IENT
nw hanl.ul1,':fy Louis Welner. .
vital .tau.t!a*, the New President; then other buiih -
Yort city dapa of health. i }Jy conje before the club*
"II i period of Incubation In the Madam President

faucet ia necessary before the parasite : President: Mn. Robin.
i an be transmitted the method I
Mn. Robin: I move that this
is spoken of ai biological club open IU club rooma ai restrooms
trm"mlulolYIIUOW fever la an for this! community. I
example of th!.. So !it malaria, r Thrush
J4" : I iccond the mo
whit h spread by a different type tion. ...
of mosquito. If, on the other hand, .
In : Mn. Robin: t am tunPresident -
to Infection
convey at -once
: Will the members i
will i I out period of Incubation In
,, please wait for the president to f
the sect, the transfer !If a mech.miral r r
ails the motion before
one. The ordinary hou.tb ..-
run transfer typhoid fever It? Pr ldpnt..totei motion (Mn. 4r ItJ'
me. Robin then speaks to motion. I .
nanlsally. Typhus fever Ifhunmltted rry a
by body lite. Rat Madam Preildent. J
flea are usually responsible for President Mn Starling. ;
U.ii"'mjuion of bubonic plague to Mn. Starling: I move to amend ,
human the motion by Inserting after club1'0011I"

Saturday afternoont.Mn. .
Insects transfer Infection mechaiucally -

In I variety of way. Sunflower: I second the ;eFV .t 4r y ) .
The mouth pull, legs, motion j
of the body may be ..mesaed President states amendment In !
with the virus which if carried this form: The amendment hat I tt! PI (
to the food fingers or lpf of humane been made to insert Saturday afternoon ;p .
The virus may remain attached after club roomi. Do you I
to the proboscis of a biting wish to.dliouu. this amendment I ;
Insect and transferred at by a Madam PreildentPreldent i
hypodermic needle. Another way :: Mn. Paniy. -
for the virus to gain' admittance I
Mr Pajjjjr; I move to amend the
I* through a wouqd rallied by anInaect amendment by Inserting, after \ "

vidual.or scratched In by an Indl. afternoon, from one to fix p. m. I IJoJJf ait fionor ,.
President sates amendment tol I
All that has been laid M far amendment in' this form: The! shard by only .
b very good reason for the extermination amendment Is to Insert, after at-1 I tight other !**.- :

1 of mosquitoes, files temoon, one to fix p. m. Do you I Ig tecmfi 4 i'tiera] ? .
rate and lice. To those ahould be wish to discuss! the amendment to .
1 added bedbug and roachet. The the amendment. I o f f qr UplfedSJatt #

carrier bedbug if of under suspicion W the Madam presidenti'eyldent4Ira. I 4,,,,}}1Cry.
many }infections, although Oalty.
nothing hat actually beenplaned
U." Mrs Patty: Then an plenty of
on continue Mr. Weiner -
placeto rut la thif town. I-
Trom what
If known about .
,..-.ldell&The discussion it
the transmission
of disease. it itpouibkt
!upon the amendment to the Ctieral Chtritf P. ,8 n whe If EI' t '
that the bedbug duet mm r preil.-: l1'I'IIIaIl, 81)4') 'erpblpl s. Ifarep,
transmit tome infection or other scrod lixp'niMadam nli. which If frpa one ,to dent at Ue N.lloData1l.Allaall, Ible'Canal Af; Rnd N .rthur. -Aa .vt tandI l; ft ry I lq 'rJlII!! .

The fame hold true of roechea. toclatien, which it fostering the tonrtractJon 'ef tllfrlll' Ibe world _It, Q"m p IDI'ru: ( W"

notches are among the moil of President flarlda'i Important naMtat canal. lay a mesh awarded the Dlatuiittlahed Sortie, .M fed-l trt bi<
3 $*naive ftf insect which frequent President: Mr Carnation 'povlable record at acbierement. Attar graduate deeds *f valor. FfMce 4slgw.d apes him the..
human W, .
habitation. : I to
They feed lay
the the Inf tress the United States unitary Academy title ef Cammander ef the Legion ,f H "WI link
on cereal and of question on table.
food product all
aorta because of ibM they an In Mr Sweet Pea: Madam President ke embarked lPOl aa ambiUoni military caner. glum raade Him Grand Officer the Cr.waj Italy
position to transmit disease by 1 second the motion. that took bin te various parts ef tie globe la lavtttad elm with the Order el .... Cn"| ldan-

mechanical me.... All these vermin President' : The motion hat been flU life aoldlerlr\ ability -ecalved OM highest I Uaegra a-rard4 him the Order .f Prince pestle
and Insects are an offense made and seconded to lay the, possible ,..,opltl.. shoe ke vas appointed Chief' the rim, and the Republic ef Paaama "nta.e
being* eanlUry .etawnoy,***".ldf. I queetloti M'the-tabiet-(T,.er treF! ,"ef 4ta/t.t *) e. l'shted States Army. 'a.tfl2l) ke r to him I their Klrbt-t.ho;or. fke- VUltary Medal
,,jncwce: .toJwaHh and I dent may, If she dwraajt mercy i achieved the oak ., General' a al-tinctloa\ shard He wa* born la fit tear lk* Cit rfWrl4./ '
l they thoull be exSrmlnated111 I spry, say, To lay on the tabie'l.I I .e only eight etW AaMrieiaall0Waaklaite ;< .aw-- *

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Oetober 11, 19:1): THE LEADER.E ERPRISE Pare Five

Local Clubs Honor Guests Tonight sell wife W Clifton ntttwR WM Oct II The new trMident. Mr,'
I found at Islamorada Wednesdayof frank Wiliest pNtUwL Other WHEN IT'S AN
At Opening Miami i U Football Game but week and Identified by officers present war: Mrs. C. P.
men of the wedding ring which Hay**, vice-president; Mrs. Y. E.
was still on her finger Burial I Etonian secretary; and Mrs B. L.
Civic dub of Homestead will I WM in the Russell plot at Mate- Knight, treasurer
U guests of honor this evening SERVICES HELD cumb the following afternoon Room mothers were selected is
when the University of Miami with services conducted by th* fellows: for the first grade Mr-
football team opens Its 1)95 football FOR 2 VICTIMS I Rev. A. A. Koertltne, pastor of the Ceo Kost'll. Jr.; second glade i .
Homestead Methodist
season with a powerful Southeastern Mrs Blanton; third grade. Mis I'
Those present at the service K. Thompson; fourth grade Uis
Louisiana College eleven., ATISLAMORADA j' were: B Knowles, R. Knowlcs,I R. S. Douthit; fifth grade. Mrs T I IS
Guest ticket to the game have: Fritz Schroder, Lee Johnson, Sloan; sixth trade. Mrs Hayes.
ben distributed to the local organizations Franklin Carey, Lewis Moore. seventh grade, Mrs. Knight; eighth
Roby Olllmpie, Jack Oanib John grade, Mrs. J. A. Deas
by Theodore J. Bleler. Body of Mrs. Clifton Rus- ; and ninth
University ot Miami I Crier,Jack Dolar Edwyn A. Chase. grade Mrs Q E. Sim
alumlnus and
sell Identified by
Richard Fays, Edney Parker andJ.
Mrs. Walker anounced
representative In Homestead to appointment
further acquaint local people with Wedding lUng G Wynn. The husband who of the following committee 1 1M.a.
:surWvts, was Mb prostrated to at
the university chairmen: Mrs. Sims, membership .
Services for Mrs. Russell finder tend th| faatraL Mr*.
The game, which starts at I Dasher welfare .
p.til. MN w tea aw.w.r..a Mawr
., will be played under the light of Islamorada a victim bf tM Mrs. T. A. Holton, house and C
Labor Day Hurricane Mane both At rounds; Mrs. Ttiompaon. .
In the new Miami Stadium on Plans
found Wednesday, ward : Perrigt3.-T J. H. Halillp, finance StationG.
R. W. fourteenth avenue and was Activities ; and Central Service
Third street ducted at the MatDtumb cemaxj j Mr. P. a ?ire. hospitality
1 tery yesterday afterMdn by the ---- Th* a'IationfOt.d to live a
Considerable Interest U being. Rev. John Hagen bf Seller Clad v The rerrtn P.-f. A at its October 'I dollar award to the room having W. DRIGGERS, Prop
shown In the Hurricane football I former pastor of the Matecumh ihMting' last week In the the pest parent attendance at each
fortune this fall. For one thing, 1,Methodist Churen. the I*survivedby school based made1 than* for the ii.-.T. A. meeimg PHONE MM HOMESTEAD VIA.Friday. i iOSCEOLA
two new coaches, Irl Tubbs and her husband. year's work and decided to hold '
Pat Boland. ire In charge of the Th body of Mr*. Charlotte Bus-1,.a. reception,. toe the teacher en I WANT .ADS PAY:
Varsity Head Coach Tubbs has -- --"--
had a highly auccesful career atj i
Elate Teachers College In Superior, '
.Wlj, and previously coached the) assesIn OSCEOLA No. I eon
great Ernie Neven. Boland. an I COFFEE 15c W Peaches 15cGIBS3'
AllAmericanJth the Universityof I llam & Kendrick
Minnesota is line coach. '

A goodly of veteran
array ma-
No. cane GREEN PAC I No.ha...
terial dominates the Hurricane
eleven this fall and some excellent Spinach 9c BETTER fOODS..Phone b27.W..BcnfR PRices Beets 17c >
new material will be seen In action
14 the first garnet

a new The record system Hurricanes opening of attack night have this crowd a fall brand and I* I Mackerel 23c MILK 17clDESSERT Puddles 19c/syrtJP/ 35c1PEAS 32c

expected. The Southeasteroerl ,

atom bad won looked their eleven opening upon which Southeastern game In the handily past aswarmup i MALT 64cfb FOOD A3clBeans E2S SALT %oc

a opponent, so Indications !
an that the Louisiana crew i i l I pkg. SUNSWEET or DEL MONTE Assorted Flavors I pkgs.
will be hard to handle Last season BRAN 15CICOFFEE Z7 JELLO19c
12c Prunes
Miami won 26-7 after trailing 1: -
.7-6 at halt time. Reserve IlUlterla1.1
ultarS MIXED S cam
lacking for Loulsana last fall, is; SMALL cgs MILFORD SYIRET'MIXED WHITE HOUSE { ea. lot

plentiful.. this year. i Ovaltine 33c PICKLES .icl pie Jelly I _. ..l 9c Vegetables 25c

"of"" M'Y4 !O '!'t'1dAeTT s ..,. ualmr 's"Flour"T lTL01t"S BE KfS -12 2c ,

Relish 12c or KnLOGG' 5 lb. Plain or S. R. ._............30e Grape Juice TOMATO i for t

I II Corn Flakes 10 lbs. Plain or S. R. ..............5Se JUICE 25c

r Mi ,roar I GRAPE 18 os 24 Ibs. Plain ............................1.25 gts6 .29c t

.v r I JAI 0020c 2 P k g. 17 2.& Ibs. S. R. ............................1.21 GOLDEN BANTAM can
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IrRVrr t
Vital Culture Hotel,lot.Danrrffie '' ITS NEW DEL MONTE CORN lie
II' Ne. Strawberrieson \
New York SALAD 21c LARSEN'. r"I cans SWEET can i

.NATURAL IDEAL.,_ ad far a-H-Ilk METHODS,..,..,......0N1.'I'1'10 ... Tr- 14... VEG.ALL ; .. [r.... Red Raspberries PEAS 1Sc t,! ::1

MEDICINES DRUGS OH CATSUP 14c Ladles nome Journal 29c PINEAPPLE tan ::1
OPERATIONS. Cut coupon from 2 can .
._llr .H el" H. -_* Redeemable lIere. JUICE 10c
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f il lthMODIKATC
nHU ..y-t.-Ie aralt... I No. I can --.------ N.B.C.
-- OKRA CHIEF MEATS Dol,,' Spears or .
MTU-. Mrtru. DRED RITZ Gomm No. It'J tan
...... Food
... wwhly 011 yai'kE1
I, .TW..-to MlWIDJ ...a b.. TURNIP I cam 5c I Morton's ty.I.D. 13c Pineapple 25c t
lub.nulw wiltir can Cash Special for Friday
= ":'- GREENS -19c pkg.Country .

'" fare I... I SLICED and-Saturday---- RIB DREFYJ1; 14C J .
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NYe Obllg.flon I BACON
or Delma Iallll III. \
li re. "' I. aNr ":
of .M1: : S cone
bl..Mg GOOD...__ .k I CORN 25c lb. 39c Hamburger 15c lb.
/-r wgMN It say I ibe . BABO 25c
tile ,..... ....' r year IU. I -
i awl 1a111ut1w Ne4Nd..-:: rut bled PORK and 18 es. ear LAMB ROLL OR TUB w Ib FORK

ta.-rld. "."Jr: BEANS 5f 29 CLOROX
::Ott. te.r..l.w n.du CHOPS BUTTER 6 CHOPS

I pints .... ........ .14CCherries (
...... '" 80va. I cane lb 28< REST CHUCK Ili.IRIS III. Ib -28c !
aa- quarts ... ........2sc
fad" 251' Roast 15c Roast 20c. .
P and 0 I for ,
rt":: 616.1Cm tile BEANS--10c ROAST HAMS .27c Sausage ;
H r . larllk,.
-" .H. .DTFD lb. -- 20c Ibd .. .. 2S
:::ltge/+ 1 1t l C Its 1t'l; LAMS t od.ol' 1It. SELOX-12 Zc :

t aa. ._seed,,u. : 'VI' W115c -LEG OF ROAST 19c
WRIT luck
j ........ ,.. .,.rad I LAMB lb.Good GREEN UMA Ne. S tan
i ....... ....... I I,1mICAL cans
CVL11JIIIOm. i.... I Oysters--2.5c Ib.--21c STEAK . 18c Ib.--20c BEANS--25c ; ,
D.aa-la. Now T" i .
I WIllie they Last POMI'EIAN I-IINVTE :

: liar i Marshmallow. OLIVE OIL LARD Broom or Mop OATS f

AMERICAN a. lALLET POST LEGION NO. 41 I I 80z.pkg.-10c Hall_. Mull TREE 4 oz. vase -20c Ib.-----ltc each----19c Iwe pkg. 2.1c Ii'I.

ftcete t.l and third Wednesday '. IM
I .. k.-Aakirkan Ufka BM'- 'I HAPIt 1101\111: INOWIUST i iFruits
(1tIcI..flktl) Seats Know Are, and Vegetables SELF RISING FLOUR ruIN r II '
umntvad, FTa
....a.-.a..e--. ;I 2-11b. bar ..................91c 2-1 lb. bar ...... .. ...... .8ge U i:

.. I Ir FANCY COOKING APPLES, 5 lbs. ....................I9c 12 lb. bar ...................&9c 12 lb. bag ......... ... \/ \
6 Ib. bar ............. ....27c 6 IN bar .................26e
LARGE HEAD LETTUCE, 2 for ........................I5c .

MilkFedFryersCenhFaltraed FANCY CELERY, 2 bunches .............................27c DAISY MILK, 3 tan .................................... ..........1ge
,i FANCY YELLOW ONIONS, 31b ....................1Oc lAVE the Coupons and Combine these with Douses coupons :

FRESH EGGS SEEDLESS GRAPES, 3 lbs. ...................... ..2FA !.
1 FEED SACKSMrs. orPOWDER large size ... .2!c :
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1CY LO AJilbbs..15c :
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Mrs. Gauzens Attends proposed .....lewl canal. avenue end HM TwalM Trail,. than. M how, It was announced .
> \WALTONWlNSClfl Her Brother's Funeral A letter from U. S. Senator Dun sid that due to oonoeatnttoB en I that the policy would be to make i .
can U. Fletcher advising the the membership drive the lieD I the meeUnga '"short and tweet.

i'l BY TAKING LAST] Mrs. J. E. Oeuxens left Thursday chamber that he had taken up the i project had tot been oensfhud, I
morning for St. Augustine to matter of better mail service for but be saw that he Salt aim that
attend the funeral of her brother, i Homestead with the post office the signs would be in place by the
i 2 GAMES OF SERIES Judge of the county I department was read by the secretary time the next chamber of commerce ATTENTIONTOMATO
1 : meeting ts held.
court County, who The mall service committee I
died suddenly Wednesday: evening. composed of T. E. Kirby and T. E. Kirby, chairman ef a committee FARMERS ; .
.4 A Dixie Drug Wins Secom( Judge Baker is survived by his I Ben Archer, was discharged in I to have the front of the
Half of Girls' League wife; one child Beverly; and view of recent announcement that chamber building repainted well a
; three sisters, Mrs. Gauzens, Mrs. dally mail truck service would be sign made tor the building, said -
:k Schedule E. B. Made of Miami and Mrs. R. established for this area that this project would be com \

W. Barton of Hopewell Va. The committee to work with a pleted by next meeting night aJ o.
Walton Nurseries; the WI!: HUE!: AFresh
won Rotary committee to seek financial A committee to study the) bylaws -
}. championship of the Homesteac CHAMBERDRIVEINCREASES co-operation of the Homestead and suggest any revision
Diamond Ball League Friday nigh city council on erection and main- I deemed advisable was voted. On
by defeating Brooker Lumber CoI tenance of a Neon-lighted signboard the committee are T. E Kirby, Roy
to 4 In the last of s series off ROLLT057MEMBERS I in Miami giving information 'I Chandler and Mack Hardee.

: three games played on the rnunlct on the Redland District and directions Theodore J. Bitter, recreation Seed
.' pal field. Brooker winner of the for getting here, reportedthe director for the city of Home-
'\ second half of the league schedule I committee had attended the steed and the Homestead schools
annexed the first game of the series council meeting Monday night but delivered an invitation on behalfof GU('K'S :lLRGI.oORGLICK'S
with a score of 17-6, but Walton in the absence of the Rotary com- the University of Miami for the
Continued tram Page One> SCARLET TOPPER
l first half pennant winner mittee and representatives of the members of the chamber of com- ,
came back in the second game and getting part of a f 7.000 approprla sign company had not: brought the merce to attend a football game to t"EItRNIORSR :M1ROLOBB!: {
t '" trounced Brooker, B-J Uon placed In the county budgetfor proposal before the council. This be played tonight In Miami be-
With the series tied, the fane advertising the rural advantagei committee, composed*{Ben Archer I tween teams of the University of LIVINGSTON GLOBE!: :
I came out Friday night to see a of the county, reported progress J. J. McLendon and WUlardFlfield Miami and Southern Louisiana LIVINGSTON
real battle, and they saw one and was continued In existence was continued. I College Guest tickets were distributed M.UtGLODRHector .

Brooker went down fighting O B Parker, chairman of the to all members present at .
and Brooker each Following the reading of a letter I the meeting '
Walton garnered volunteer committee to erect signs
.; eight hits. Walton bunched from Association of Lower East I at and near the junction of Krome I The meeting lasted a little less
t four hits, three bases on balls and Coast Chambers of Commerce, the I I Supply
t, meeting voted a resolution asking
its four m
an error to score runs-
the fourth and four more In UK that work on the cross state canal '1 Green Lantern RestaurantADJOINING
the be deferred until after a thor.'I i ,
fifth. Brooker opened scoring Company
with two runs In the second inning, ough investigation to determine 1 HOTEL REDLAVD I
I got another in the fourth and one to what extent, if any, the water, Steak or Chicken Dinner 73*
sixth. level of southern Florida would Regular Dinner SO Vegetable Plate Sf
R more in the : : Homestead Fla.
be lowered, or affected by the infiltration ,
Lawrence Campbell led the All Kinds ef Home-made Sandwiches
f of salt water from the
Brooker hitting with double and
two singles out of four times al I
bat Ennis hit a-home run foi
Walton I w i I rS

In the last game of the second

t half of the girls' league schedule,, ...
which was the opener Friday .
night, Dixie Drug again defeated
Turner Funeral Home. 11-2, to ,
win the second half pennant The I II
Dixie girls showed the results of I
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intensive practice and good coachIng t r tar wear "
They combined ten hits with I
eight bases on balls to score their

11 runs. ,,
Alta Webster and Bobble Sum-

:' U I merlin each hit l two tingles out of
four times at bat for Dixie Drug t
Cecelia Harper got two singles out
of three times up for Turner.
The scores and summaries:

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Horn rf ... 0 I 1 Sylm tb 4 I I
Clod<> N. 0 SI I Hall." M I t 1Id.rpM
K S lWrt| ,trI 0 1olli..e $
/ lb :: t I 1 L IbS i t IThurma.1 Fertilnen" : y.. '
I'gumnwrllnS e 1 I Gulf Brands Ire known .i "Friendly t
G__ ... .. S II I H 8to<<..1 IfViim I I 1
Ik S S 0''B.If I 0 0 because their reaction in the .oill. friendly and non-toxic. n p ..
Hanson S I S B Walker, if I 0 I
M Turner of. S |K solutions' rf 0 0 IS foods contained in correct proportion- t
T Turner ef. I S]Bmltk rf .. I e e Essential plant arc
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ToUk .._J1 I ISmr efBobwtm : : t each derived from carefully selected materiali-to suit spa

, ToUlt ....Sk....ii ii IT(1RNEa 'cil c crop purpose In other words, the right amounts of the

_. a01 ON 01Dlxii right kinds of materials arc blended together to meet the needsof
.:::::'::::.::":: ':. .412 lot a11Errot conditions. So that 'when a
a definite crop under certain
O..rI. H..... M. Turner, t. of I
Walker. two Insist bite 11.1... three Gulf Brand is recommended for your use, you arc assured ,
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base klUl .11I. t bane mnWooJkurr :
Unit bases an calla of Man" a. ,.f Setting all the plant foods demanded by your farm or jrovc. I
Wooster 5: .trwrb out t br W.bte !t t
-Z ompireat a trb.rt ad wutbut.wifet h is only natural that such Fertilizers combined with the practical =

Field 111 ..._.4 ab e 1 bl II e.k.r Honor of .... N 4 t 0 b 1 service of the Gulf Field Men, should go I Ions way ; '
Y Hamm so ... I 0 Bb.rard If I 1 with ;
i k. Brodl.t. toward assuring profitable crop production. Start now
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Totala. ..IS S Tout I" 4 I'WALTON

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JlaOOKEa ....... ... .010 not 000-4 ,

Imnt stew, BMT.W. L. Cunob.llTbo U you arm to pt ,!... koa curtly
M. /alll.a.I two biM bib Hobto
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Pair Eight THE LEADER ENTERPIttSE Friday_ October 11, 1935.

10' TIfton Oa., arrived last week dles. Athley Kemp, Elisabeth Skill
for the winter. They art living In Those present wen: Captain
the Collier cottage on Eighth I Skm, Barbara Bidders, V. I Da

In and Around streetL. teeny, Mary Jo dost, Mary aldjne Molts, Nine Dyal and. Mary
Frances :Rutland Wave Horton, Arthur.
Fonyth and Paul Pollen art
in Miami this week serving on the
Homestead Jury.

Lake Delta Is now employed
steadily In Miami Beach.

Mr. and Mr Frill W. Jac loon spending ten days visiting at the Mrs. Biagi Deelno la reportedto Announcementto
plan to leave their summer home home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. be seriously ill at her home on
In Hlghgat Springs, Vt., bou t and Mrs Carl [)eden. Broadway.
Monday to return to their wlnte r the Farmers of South

home here. Mrs. E. K. Hlntr Mrs. Albert Tom Sherman who la spending
Caves, Mrs. Landon Carney and several months at Ft. Pierce, was
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Holcomh Mrs. Lee K Lehmart attended an in Florida City Wednesday attending Dade CountyWe
were called Ie Bowline Green,. educational meeting of the Wom to business matters
FU, Sunday by telegram Ulliniof I en's Auxiliary of the Church of the
the Illness of Mn. Holcomb', Holy Comforter In Miami Tuesday.Mr. Mrs. Vemie 0, Rohrer and Mrs..
father, S. In MeCUnthan ofHomestead frank Sheffield of Miami went
and Bowline Green. and Mm ft & Orutsbtch vlsiton In Florida City Friday,
Mr. McClanahan has not bent well I of Miami and Mn. Oru baeh'. ... have laboratory facilities for
for several weeks brother Claude W. Fredrick of .1MNI/N/w/N1NNNN.MNI/M.MM/NwMwINM1,111 M

Pemacola were Sunday callers at, GIRL SCOOT :NEWS irniking salt determinations on your -
Mr, and Mn. A. It. Vr M of the home of )lr, and Mrs. Oeo. W. .r Misty Arthur, geribixwu,1.u..WwowrtwWill

Ohio and their three sons bavt I KoaeLMn. ""._ soils Don't be in doubt. Let
moved to the Brodie house In I us give
Redland recently vacated by Mr. The Homestead Girl Scouheldthe
Fred Oidlof who has been
and Mrs. Harold Brenner who, employed in Redland has returned Oct. 8 meeting at the home this free service in
you the interest of
moved to Florida City.J. to her home in Homestead. I of Mrs. Frank SkilL The beatnote
book kept by the Girl Scouts

I, Nobles, Jr. of Ft Pierce this year will be given a prize, Mrs. better
pent two days here last week attending :FLORIDA CITY 'Skill said. She brought to the crops'r
attention of the older girls andexplained
to business Interests at.... W W. SetH-y! Correspondent
........... I to the new girls the use
.,1.M.minMMNM.IM1M..NIMYNMMNLMRMMIM,1The of the right hand signal. When
Mr. and Mn. Albert Caves, Mr.
Florida City P.-T. A. held she raises her right hand, the said
and Mn. Lee K Lehman and H.' I
Its first meeting this school year It means that all the girls seeing \
L. Cook pent Saturday Orlando Tuesday afternoon In the city hall 1 her do this art to get orderly and
conferring with Bishop John T. Because of rainy; weather the attendance raise their right hands to notify SOILHDE Inc.CARL
Wing of the Episcopal Church was small. Present were: others .
about a pastor for St. John's Episcopal tn. W. W. Severy president, The troops decided to send flowers -
Church of Homestead.The Mn. Joe. Doxsee, Mrs. Herbert to Mrs. K. S. Wolfs who Is ill F. WARNER, Agent
;;;:; Hunter, Mn. J. K. Scott, Mn. M. Elisabeth Skill volunteered to attend -
Rev M. A. Soperi Stlverman, Mn. Fritz Schresder to this. The next hostess is
moved Monday into the former 'Mist Marlon Robertson and Miss Mary Arthur. South Flakier Avenue Phone 21Ddi'
F. W. SUllman residence, next to Gladys Sharp Nina Dyal was Tuesday's hot
the Redland Community Church, ..... Wt played Indoor games and
which has been repaired and torn were served with milky ways,
Mr. and Mrs. Homyck and Mr,
plettly furnished
as a
parsonagefor snickers and different frozen can
tilt church. Hornyck'a father whd arrived
Tuesday art occupying the 010.
Todd cottage Tenth street
I on
Mist Merit McMichael of Doth-
nn, Ala., 1* here vltltlng her Uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mn. Wm. Mo- Mr. and Mrs. I K. Grlmatey and
Michael, and their children. Infant daughter and Fr.4 .U,..U

Mr. and"Kirs ts. t.: Moomaw who L

have been residing In Miami mov- DIULA.BERGERDentist
ed Monday to tn apartment In the
home of Mrs. W. B. Edwards on .,. .
East Mowry road. "

Mr. and Mn. Wm. Dunlop have 36 N. Krome Avenue .. '" r AboUt.

returned from their annual vacation G
trip to Boston and Atlanta.

Office Hours 8:30-4:30 'Lig'hting\
Tellt Smith who It at present!
staying In Miami Beach with her OPEN EVENINGS tor'

aunt, Mrs lone Hill, spent the Bt APPOINTMENTDR.B.KGATLIN ...\9nli1\tJ oec You%""
week-end here with Eunice WalkW Goo d t9\\t\f\tJ onlY
ar. ,will. not be&ot1 h"lout i
out ot
K. Walton returned this but also btiaCJ idea tit a lot dioo : v5. i im
week from a business trip through 'lb. .ho bNn
North and South Carolina. He pnsttsactive \ .. tcienetitlC1
: came back by way of Chattanooga .Aad"Ce ptopez\"I Kav
Tenn., where his son, bee" d i gyO + .
John, la enrolled In the McCauley DentistOffice Uohti1\CJ lea
School for i
yghtin4 a> t.c01t\1t\.ac1atlOI'S I

Mrs. J. t McCauley- to seriously in Itausrnan nld,. put ligmiAa. follow essneal ytiptoved; ;

Ill at her.home in South AUapat- the ail .nc1 a a.-
tah Gardens Phone 85 .,.a .. batter b near- ,
0 ykon.our 4
Y"; .cyadidonat W1\.result. --.f
Miss Brooker win return HOMESTEAD FLORIDAIRR.S.AKERS { wU1 O1obtinO!
..- to Miami this week-end after beauty ... b<
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teacher of Pianoforte I free Parking Space

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Friday, October ii, 1935. THE LEADER.ENTERPRIS); Page Nine :

Rachel Cowman of the eighth defeated Virgil CrenneU.
Homestead 4-H Club la
grade won second prize In a county Roy Martin, Sam Allen and lad I
I I Homestead High School News map Dally contest:Newt. held by the Miami the Rohrer executive were elected committee.members of Judged Best In County t t tI

Before the election some of the The Homestead 4-H Club was
By LEOLA ;LITTLE The home economic classes are I boys md campaign speech and I the best of all the summer .-..
_.........._....._..N WNWNN/N/NNN N WNNN NNNWN N.NNN W NNNN W.. .. .... .. busy sewing The seventh grade promised to give cigar If elected. Club te tile county, the Judges ;i
POOM MOTHERS CHOSEN: sey teacher Mrs. Lester Law girls are making their laboratory I A campaign poster which was decided at the fall rally held in t
rence. apron The eighth\ grade I 1.1 makIng posted read: "Vote for John Fred- Miami recently when all the summer .
I Horn room mothers were elected I Second n4 third grades Miss undergarments and pajamas. rick for president. Honest capableand j I work was Judged and prises ;
1 this week. They are as follows: Mary William, teacher Mrs. The: ninth grade Is making school fearless." Another, was were awarded. The North Miami
I Senior room Mrs. Ruth Scott, dresses. The tenth grade t* makIng Note for Roy Martin for club ranked second and the OJus [
t teacher-Mr*. J. T. Vann, Mrs. London. Corned, idly H. C Nicbpis. -I I aUk afternoon or Sunday tive commltteeman". club, third. \
I'' Carl Deden. First and second grades, Mrs. dram. The eleventh and twelfth The election was CO e.ecu.1 In the' Individual award, Leola ;
Junior room, Mrs. Margaret W. B. Edwards, teacher-Mrs. H.L. grades are making tailored or secret ballot a* a regular ", judge crocheted rag rug wa
Becker teacher-Mra. J. E. Gaus- Brown, Mrs. James W. Martin. Woolen garments.Wednesday ejection 11 conducted the best In the county; i
ens Mrs. G. M. Frlck. Pint grad, Miss Mary Jackson, A business meeting was held and Prlscllla Fread'e smocking was
Sophomore room, Mrs. Carl teacher Mr*. Charles Steflanl, the achool pupilswere the party ,committee gave a report.I given a second prise; and AnnabellRedd's
Field, teacher-Mr*. H. P. Mc- Mr*. A. J5. Smith.In given a county-wide test In The party will be a hay aide held crochet work won a third.
Daniel Mrs. Julian Webster. arithmetic English and spelling. on Friday night Oct. 11. A prize I The Redland District's other ..1{ ,
There are to be two more test will be given to the couple havingthe Club the Redland club, captured .
Sophomore room Mr. D. 15. Moo. manual training the seventh for those that do not make an average best costume. A food >lm* three first prizes. Dorothy Behr- ,
maw teacjier Mrs. F. O. Bullard, grade 1* squaring blocks, the eighth of 00.Homestead. Is promised/ the ,Irl.l. II en* got first prize for having the : '
Mrs. G. W. Smith. grade Is making end tables, the Well this conclude this week's best file cover and first prize for : '
Freshman room Mrs. Loin Jo7u, ninth grade is making cedar chests II I "..... report: and t hope you will Ilk# I making the best use of an old
son, teacher-Mrs. J. H. Byrum, or round tables, and the tenth,' F. F. A. News your pew reporter automobile ta,. Doris Mlzell made :
Mrs. Tom Faust.Freshman eleventh and twelfth grade art i the best spool cord In the county.

room Mr Bernard making desks, beds, dresser or a .....-...?.By...'"..Tommy.."....WNW Molfett W ...".."..-..- Redlant W.C.T.U. Will I Grennell Fern Robertson the and hostess Lou Bell :f .
Blackburn, teacher- chest of drawer won awards
Eighth grade Miss Eleanor Hayden The election of the officer of Sponsor Four ContestsThe In the Homestead club, and Doris : ,
the Homestead chapter of the Future Mitch and Virginia the
teacher Mrs. B. i: Gatlin, Lucas' home hot elect' Delaney
Mrs. J. A. Campbell room Farmer of America Was held Redland WCT.U. at Its hostess,.,awards In tile Redland y
ed cheer They art
Eighth grade, Mr. Frank Lucas, Walker and Jack Sullivan. at the regular meeting at the meeting In the Redland Community I club.
teacher- Homestead chapter's clubhouse: Church last week decided to
Seventh grade Miss Jessie Hen- Mr. Blackburn' freshman classis Wednesday night, Oct. I, D35. sponsor four speaking contests In M. Et BOARD METS
kitten for the
dwshot, teacher-Mrs. Ben Archer busy raising Officers elected were a* follows the district, and Mr*. H. J. Armstrong The executive board of the .,
carnival. It expect tel
0 Mrs. P. B. Bird. Junior : Mrs. M. A. Soper and Mr*. Christian Education Board of the .
t Sixth grade, Mrs. J. G. Wynn make a fortune on theJ11.} I For president, John Fredrick defeated O. C. Hainlln were placed on the Homestead Methodist Church met ( ..
teacher-Mrs. J. S. Horton, Mrs I I Alvin Simmons. contest committee.The In the church Monday night and. 1
W. R Anderson. Mr. Moomaw has the largest I For vice-president, Francis Irwin first contest will be held In made plans for the :year's work. i
Fifth and sixth grades, Mr*. chemistry class In the history of defeated Laban Bishop.For Redland In about three weeks. Present wen: L. A. Young, chair. 2, : 1
Mary Webb teacher-Mrs. Frank this school H* has :21 student secretary Aubrey Cheshire man, the Rev. A. A. Koestllne, r
r[ Rue, Mrs. J. M. Forte. which makes him have two sections I defeated Myron Crennell. Old-time Mosquito (to young Mr*. J. A. McNeill), Mia Antoinette 1
Fifth grade, Mr. Edna Bird for laboratory work. The/ For treasurer J. B. Cloninger mosquito): "And to think that Moye Miss Helen Field, J. L. r '
teacher-Mr*. J. R. Rutland, Mr*. biology classes are getting specimen I defeated Sam Allen when I was your age I could bite Burton E. S. Caplinger B. J. F ;k
L. P. Kcndrlck. of various phyla pf plant For reporter Tommy Moffett girls only on the face and hands." Close and Garland Wynn. t .
r- Fourth grade, Mrs. Hazel Fi- life. ".
field, teacher-Mrs. Tom Kirby,
,:Mrs. W. E. Rheney. The lockertdECjpms of the gym '
Third and fourth grades, Miss have been palntetf ftnd. they look
Eula: Ray teacher -Mrs. Tom Harris much better. The girls are now I' I IA
Mrs. R. ErAspley.Third : swimming and some are playing ear G.o iJ"
grade Miss Frances Dor- tennis a* well a* diamond ball
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1926 Dodge Light 1929 Chevrolet Light I

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1928 Buick Sedan

1 1928 Ford Fordor Sedan 't

.- 1930 Ford Coupe I ) ,:

". -1 i 1931 Ford Coupe : .k
: 1931 Ford Fprdor Sftfan DINING KIT NAIC174 t'
'j rcid.t*' The U S. Government through the Federal Hauling
I 1931 Chevrolet !Coach Adminitfration. hoi mod it possible for prospective :

1931 Ford Truck IVING LOOM home builders to borrow 80% of Me coif of a nowI15'sr9d' .
home Including of court the coif of the'ti t,
1935 Chevrolet Coach-Like new SIWMG Roam
1 / This money ii loaned on a fwen/y-yeor mortgage; on o
1934 Chevrolet Truck-Like new
; 101. v forms which) QC/uo//y amount "to no mor than tint .
i I 1928 Ford Tudor Sedan
I piece Home building hot been mod easier/ today then at ,i
prig (/ip* in recent yecrc.Although .

'; J5ird Chevrolet Co.

t Phone Fla. ,n Mntiny Inexpensive design, this KHle home contains *B i
93 Homestead, the conveniences which I might k>. Moclt4 yitb p house costing mOlt I.
than twice *s much.

I The first floor plan illustrated Immediately above may b* r-rrs* od : ;

so that the room indicted *. a "sewinj! room" my become the dining
Deming Pumps and Water Systems; I toot. !

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Page Ten THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Friday, October 11,1935

Bernard Blackburn, newly appointed I INSTALLS LOCAL W. M. U. OFFICE,

teacher. of public speaking
I Social EventsMISS I In Homestead High School will Mrs. J. Tom Vann was installed I al, and Mr West offered pre

speak on the value of the course at president of the W. M. U. by Mn. Present
Mn. A.
were: E. Sm
October of the P.T.A. .
the meeting W. F. Brown of Miami district Mr .
Cravey, Mn.
Bigger J.
which will be held Tuesday af-
president, at a meeting held In the West, Mn.
Altman In
ternoon at 3.30: In the auditorium
Baptist Church Wednesday after
of the Neva King Cooper School. noon. Other officers Installed visitor.

BARNEY WALDIN IN FORT LAUDERDALE: A second grade class from Mrs. were: M.... T. D. Fiche, first vice- Circle
W. B. Edward room will sing, and president; Mn. Catherine Plckard Two at a meeting held
-- second grade pupils from Miss second vice-president; Mn. H. I the church elected: Mrs. J.
Mill Marjorie Melhado elder day In Miami and are now living r Mary William room will present Collier third vice-president Mn. Vann, leader; Mrs. Bert Andre
Mr Q. S. In the El Patio apartment houae. ; I
of Mr. and
daughter secretary and treasurer Mn.
a part of one of their health 1eaI C. N. Walker corresponding secretary -
Melhado and Barney Waldln, Mrs. Waldln has lived In the I L.
Lawrence mission study chi
ion*. Piano pupil of Mrs J. D. Mn. T. E. Kirby, recording
younger ion of Anton H. Waldln Redland District for the put five I Redd will five two number secretary: ; Mn. Julia Polk treasurer man and Mn. T. E. Kirby .
were married by County Judge ,..1'1. She was graduated from service chairman.
: The annual membership drive ; Mn. A. D. Smith, personal ser
Boyd W. Anderson of Fort Lauderdale Redland High School In 1933 and
vice chairman Mrs. S. L. Present were: Mrs. Em
will bt'lInfonday of next week ; West,
attended the Homestead Business
at his home Sunday afternoon. I
bride under the leadership of Mrs. J. mission study chairman; Mrs. Wright Mn. Gerda Freed, ft.
The father of the and the College.Mr.
Wm. McMichael Sunbeam leader Laurence, Mn. Kirby, Mn. Va'
English, membership chairman. ;
Waldln it member of
father of the bridegroom witnessed -, a one
Mn. G. A. Gault, G. A. leader and Mrs. Andrew.
the ceremony. of the old and prominent pioneefamilies. Mn. English ha asked all room ; the
The bride wore I pink crepe en- He attended HomesteaHigh rmothers to meet in the clinic room Rev. C. :N. Walker R. A. leader;

aemble with trimmings and accessories School and la now associated of the Neva King Cooper School and Mr*. JT. R. Rutland, Y. W. A. SCAVENGER PARTY IS
this afternoon at 2.30 to make leader.A GIVEN AT CLOSE HOME
: of blue. with his father In the grove I
The young couple spent I few clearing business. plan for the drive. program on "Youth Upliftingthe Miss Mary Elizabeth Ranson a
Banner" WM given by Circle Miss Martha Close were hates

The Rebekah Southeastern Association Two under the leadership of Mrs.J. at a scavenger party last Frld
I JUNIOR CLUB WILL GIVE HALLOWEEN will meet Sunday afternoon C. Vann and the program chairman evening at the home of Mill Clan

r DANCE AT COUNTRY CLUB, OCTOBER 31 at Matheson hammock for a Mn. Ora Frazler Mrs parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Clo

pot-luck aupper. Vann'i topic was "Young a Cen. Groups led by Alvin Bridges a
: tury Ago" Mrs. Bert Andrew Wade Smith won the prize
A Halloween dance will be given to make poster and put them In ,/" -M
talked "The Life of Henrietta Later, wlenen
I on were roasted
Junior Woman's Club of
j by the prominent place* The Calendar
Hall Shuck" and Miss Ruth Tow'or
Homestead in the Homestead Hostesses named for the next Present were: Mrs. Close, M
[ II'- ( Country Club on Thursday night, meeting, Oct 21, were Miss Ellen I dressed in the costume of t Ivan Moeer, Miss ERIC Booth, M
Oct. 31. Tables for bridge will be Huff, Mrs. Gwendolyn Moore and Oct. Travelogue by the Rev. century ago and Mill Katherine Nella Sauls, Mill Antoinette Mo,
j provided for those who do not Mn. Walwr. C. R. Palmer in Neva King Cooper Vann dressed ti a modern girl Miss Virginia Prick: Miss Mar

care to dance. Mrs Elbert M Froscher wa School at S p. m. gave a dialogue, "Talking Across belle Glbbi Misses Helen M
Oct 11-Ladles' Aid benefit the Century. dred and Margaret Field Miss I
Plans far the dance were made admitted to membership in the
a meeting of the club Monday club. program in Florida City Community Two songs, "Fling Out the Ban. Connor Miss Frances Dor

.J'J'.t In the clubhouse of the Present were: Mn. Ceo. M. Son- Church.; ner" and "Faith of Our Fathers", Miss Helen Moye, Miss Ed
'. Club of Homeatead. Mill nlchsen, Mn. T. E. Dewhunt, Oct 15-Meeting of the *om. were sung. Mr*. S. F. Matthew Booth Miss Peggy Allen, M

1 Pearl Whitaker and Miss Marlon I Mn. Robinson M.... Wm. Johns, .n' Club of the Redlands.Oct. mad a special prayer and Mrs.l Marjorie Lewis, Florence Face!

Cook were selected to head the Mrs. R. E. Scott, Mn. Moore, Mn. Homestead P.-T. A. Pickard made the closing prayer. Miss Marjorie Moaer, Miss Ma
I dance committee, and Miss Whit I Walaer, Miss Alice Hobson, Mill meeting at 2:30: p. m. In Neva King The circle, which have retained Elizabeth Ranson Misses Marti

aker was named ticket chairman. Grace Hobson, Mill Eloise Bradley hooper School. the same membership a* last Edwina and Mary Jo Close, Ala
\ Mrs. Joel J. Robinson was appointed i Miss Carrie Belle Cave, Miss Oct 15-Meeting of W. M. S. year, have not yet completed electing Bridges, Gene Hunt, Wade Smi
to assist with the ticket sale at Rose Caves, Miss Mary Bradley Circle One with Mn. S. J. Davta. their officers. and James Field.

the door. I, Miss Hughes, Miss Whltaker, Miss Oct 16-Legion and Auxiliary Circle One held a special meetIng -
Mr a O. Walser and Miss Cook Miss Huff and Mill Merle installation supper in Legion Hall Monday at the home of Mn. LEGION AUXILIARY

Christine Hughes were appointed I|I McMichael. a visitor. It.7p.m. E. E. Altman to elect officers and RE-ELECTS OFFICERS
Oct 17-Meeting of O.E.S. worthy elect a text to study this winter. Last year's officers were unai

patrons and worthy matronsof Mn Altman was made leader; mously re-elected by the Wot
CO-ED CLASS GIVES Mn. Jackson Mrs. Thos. Brewer District 29 at
PARTY FOR NEW MEMBERS I Mrs. U L. Bow, Mrs. J. A. Hook, Oct 18-Musical In Mrs. C. E. Saunders, co-leader; an' Auxiliary of John G Sail
program Mrs. Art Reichert, secretary; Mrs post of the American Legion
Thirty-seven were present at Mr*. Cook and Mn. Lehman. Redland High School at 8 p. m.Oct. .
the cootie I Earl Cravey, treasurer; Mrs. a meeting held Wednesday eve)
party given Fridayevening Other pre nr"ere'Mi : 'EdeSUling : Social-meeting, of the .
I Frank Irwin enlistment chairman log In Legion Halt
by the Co-ed Class of the Mr*. W. J. Clark Mn. Hpr- Junior Woman' Club of Home- ;
Mrs. C. R Blggen. publicity chairman They are: Mill Ruth Fox pn
Baptist for
Sunday the new ton, Mrs. Ruth Scott Mrs Gauz stead.
; Mrs. Saunders personal service Ident; Mrs. W. H. Sheffield ftivicepresident
member who were promoted from ens, Mrs. Fred Poock and Miss Oct 22-Meeting of the Wom.In' ,
chairman; and Mrs. Geo. West ; Mrs. W. H. Ower
the Junior department on Sept. Ellen Huff.GARLAND. Club et Homestead In club-
29. The party was given In the louse. mission study chairman. i second vice-president; Mn. W,
"Stewardship' of Life" by A.I J. Geronimo secretary and tree
clubhouse of the Woman' Club of
Oct 23-County P.-T. A. council
Homestead. Iced tea and cookie WYNN INSTALLED Agar 1* the book chosen for study. 'urer; Mrs. Frank Rue historic
In Redland at 10
were served.Present YOUNG PEOPLE'S PRESIDENT meeting Oct Presbyterian Auxiliary a. m. Mr. Altman gave the devotion-a: Mn. H. H. Ewing, chaplain.
Garland Wynn wa Installed
were: Mr*. C. N. Walker president of the Young People' meeting with Mn. Paul Haley in

j. Mrs. Billy Caves, Mia Marjorie I I division of the Homestead Methodist Florida City.
Sullivan, Mill Marguerite Wollam, Church Sunday evening. Oct 25-Men'* Night and benefit -

\ Mill Mattie Collins of Cairo, G*.. Other officer insulted were: party at the Woman' Club of
Miss Merle McMichael, of Dothan.Alu the Redlands.
Miss Helen Field
J vice-president
; tL
) ., Miss Virginia Hodge, Mill Miss Mary McNeil, secretary: and Oct 2 -Redland Ladle Aid
Katherine Vann, Miss Prlactlla benefit Halloween party in parson
treasure.!'..Mist Antoinette. Mope .01 ANTISEPTIC
Freed, Mini Anne age.
Hartley, Mill M
pubUcl, XialWnmi; Mint Helen
1 Christine Hughes, Miss Lillian -'blp'fhalrman-Mial Iva Oct. SI-Junior Woman' Club I I a
Johnson Mill Halloween dance at Homestead tiriinSOLUTION
Hazel Pennlngton, Connor !
m -slnn chalrmatM .MIu
I Mill Marjo Macey, Mia Elinor Mary Brtdlryivbclal service chair- Country Club.

r Hayden MIA Louise Pennlngton man; KMtnttlCibbs, > recreation ........_ ..-. -..__... led
Muss Ruth Tower, Miss France chalrmanfaM Miss KateHef Booth, .
.J Dorsey, Allen Neal, Bill McConnel, -
.i Whitney Beam, Lathort Bishop, I pianist .. .- ; -x. ;, Your NewPermanent

Earl Smith, Alvah Taylor, Bobby LEGION AND AUXILIARY Wave If your favorite antiseptic .is not as
Caves Douglass Tower, Duke TO INSTALL WEDNESDAYThe e

I West, Donald Sullivan Johnnie John G. Sal ley post of the Is Important yet 31131 Antiseptic Solution don't fail to I ,
Moffett James Roberta, Aubrey
American Legion and the
Cheshire, Virgil Orennell Bob auxiliary will !hold an Installation post to You learn about Mi31 at once. For it's antiseptic t :

oi8IUbe: Frank Irwin, Jr., D. H. upper In Legion Hall next Wednesday

Delllngcr and Harold Lumpkin. evening at T o'clock. Your new permanent wave even diluted one half with water. '

.J f PAST PRESIDENTS- HONORED I FORMER RESIDENTS ", Important to you. Come to used: full strength it will not harm I'I'Yet
I for the

A meeting In honor of the past I Wesley Matthew, principal of wave-a, wave that adds delicate tissues.

presidents of the Women' Auxiliary : of Little River School bt'Miami beauty and lustre to year t

of St John' Episcopal ChurchIn and Mile Alice Kahl of Miami, hair.
Homestead was held, at the I both former resident of Home-

home of Mrs. Lee H. Lehman Friday tead. were dinner guest.of Mr. j 2tI. & : :

afternoon. and Mn. L. B. Sommen Sunday. Finger Wnllll'-I'aebla
Mr. C. P. Jackson, the tint Mn. Lester Clay who spent theweekend f*<1" .i
president, Mrs. J. E. Gauzena, Mn. with Mr. and Mn. Som Scalp Haaaate-Manicures .

H. L. Cook and Mrs. J. S. Horton men returned to Miami with them.
I Henna Rinse and Pack for for f4w 11
gave the history of the auxiliary
from Its fin meeting In 1(17 to Mr. and Mrs. Casper William SOe and fl .mCTIVDNM Pale QUANTITY i ,

entertained at dinner Wednesday !
E. H. Hlner was appointed evening: Mr. and Mrs. Pickering, '
finance chairman for the rest Mrs. Eva Collins Tom Collins, PERMANENT WAVES I 1

Of the year. and Mary Eleanor and Barbara Croquignole ........$5.00 i Keep: : MI31 Solution handyfall f r
Past president present were: William 1\\

Spiral ..................$6.00 I :

,. THERMIQXE. Combination, $$7.00 1'111' 49 C f'I

Oil Wave...........UO I

Croquignole Spiral. Combination-$5 $6 $7 Bush's Barber Shop 'J

The Dixie Drug


I MANICURING FINGER WAVES- ny style-lOaPat's Parlor
I Your Rexall Store e.meaWe

Beauty ParlorSecond UtUCBBOWN, Operate

Floor Horne 11101,. Phi** U*.R M NORTH KROMS ATK.
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Friday October 11, 1935. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE paste Eleven

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the Dade County girls to help her

1 G"ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS I pep up the girls in Broward Coun

!:._.. .............,..............1-."._...".".............,................?.,,.,........._non.........n........_._._..____ ty. CLASSIFIED ADS
Mia Nellie Murphy who la tile I
DYS INVITED TO MRS. FRED SURER IS senior county home demonMraUon I 1

, BEIAKFAS? PARTY AREME CLUB HOSTESS president, had charge of all the RATE: First Insertion 10* a line; subsequent insertion

:, Garland Wynn Theodora Frank- The Areme Club met at the exhibits. Mr*. Huntington and if X a line

Rex Faust, Billy Walton and home of Mn. Fred Suber Tuesday Mn. Bond furnished awards that r--i

r. D i Bird, Homestead boys who afternoon for a business and social they 'had made for the girl

I. ,. attended Camp Qoudmont at session. Mrs. Suber won the mystery All the leaden were Introduced. r FOR RENT I WANTED

I.J.. cntone Ala, were entertained package. MIll Anna Mae Sykes, our district __

J.I.. breakfast at the home of Mr. Present wen: Mn. E. KV Altman agent, gave us a talk. She broughtus I FURNISHED ROOMS for rent ATTENTION MEN- Quaitv now

a d I Mn. L. B. Sommers Saturday Mn. Wayne Calkins, Mrs.: F. W. a menage from the College With or without meals. Mn. C. I to install and service Alt Conditioning

mini when a feast was pre.. Humphries, Sr., Mr*. A. V. Phillips 4-H Club girls of Dade County I N. Hqfidonon, Princeton Phone I equipment I In hotels,

n I by the camp chef who spent Mn. Ceo. W. Turner. Jr., who are going to school in Talla 17X1. j restaurants, factors, homes,

week-end heN.nESBYTEItLt and the hostess. 'I hassee. "Girls please keep In 4-H ale. Splendid opportunity for

Club work and come to the short FURNISHED BEDROOM. Modem those elected for training Write

t AUXILIARY NARANJA O. E. 8. INVITES course for we shall be waiting for convenience Garage available giving references. Dr Sehorck's
PATRONS AND I I she IIld.I Mn C. W. McEwen. II N. E.
ITS WITH MRS. HOLFERTT MATRONS ;you Air Conditioning Training Alton -
of the Woman's Naranja Chapter of the O. E. 11.1 I I The Tallahassee girl sang two 14th St. (17U) Illinois.DIESELMen.
At the meeting
will entertain the worthy matrons ,songs that they took to Tallahassee
_ixlliary of the Presbyterian. FOR RENT: -TurnlBhed apartments -
? J. and worthy patrons of District 29 I to enter In the song; content Dr. J. B. Tower Homestead wanted to stnrt Immediate -
a Qiurcb at the home of Mn. M.
: on Thursday, Oct IT, at I p. m. The attendance from the different FU. training In this vicinity
:I rTolferty on October 3, plane weremade .
I.I f.I I clubs was a* follow: Miami to Install, operate and service
I 1 for attending the district
at Those present at the meeting of General 13; Coconut Grove, 13; FOR SALE DIESEL ENGINES In power
of the SLI'John's
the auxiliary
meeting Liberty Rebekah lodge Monday Kenloch Park, 12; Redland, I; plants, truck, tractor, etc Con-

,/ Presbyterian Church In evening were: Mr. and Mn. Harry 1 Homestead 8; West Little River, CATERPILLAR TEN tractor for sultation service and toots furn-

rMIaml L.from O. Sunday tilt Tuesday.the de- Wolfe Mr. and Mn. Carl HUchey,I 9; Opalocka, 1; Hialeah, 10; OJus, ale. Frank Bernccker, Jr.,! ished. Write giving mechanical

r..Mrs. Rugglei gave Mr. and Mn. John Brain Mrs. 12; North Miami, 4; Little River, Krome avenue and Silver Palm qualifications Schoeck Diesel

: Mrs Paul Haley,
dr were Picettl Mn. Edna Strickland, Mn. Villa, 8; South Miami 5; and Per- -
J Mn. Ruggle, Mn. B. E. Gatlln, Margaret Gay Mn. Thelma Rad- rne.| 4.Those. FOR SA L Bedsteads, mattresses -I RAGS WANTED-The LBdrr-

a Mn J. C. Bowen Mn. J. R. Hicks ford, Mn. Maud Simmons, Mrs. from Homestead were: springs parlor suite, Enterprise will swap classified !

!. son, Mn. R. Y. Burr Mn. D. P. : Gertrude Caplinger, Mn. Mamie" 'Nora Aken, Prlacllla bread, Kath- porch furniture chain, rugs advertising or subscriptions for

<1I. Blake, Mn. C. Ben Plummer Jernlgan, Mn. Flora Compton.and erine Orfanedei, Elizabeth Williams china odd piece J, F. Dvches, wiping rags. '0. pound allowed -

A. F. Arthur and Mrs. MN'j Hugh Beanie. Fern Robertson Mrs. C. 0, opposite Redland P. O. (pool ) for clean raga,whit or color

Robertson Charles Robertson Mrs, ed. Knit, underwent.! preferred.

. j DOROTHY KINNER HAS I The Homestead High League/ of Fred Redd, Lou Belle Grennell, MISCELLANEOUSRELIABLE

r < "WRIT ON BIRTHDAY the Methodist Church: attended a Annabel Redd and Teresa Redd," REAL ESTATE
Dorothy Klnner, daughter of : union meeting in Trinity ChurchIn Those from Redland were: Ger- WATCH REPAIRING, I -
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kinner, was Miami last night: trude Greer Merle Mizell, Phyllsi;I W. 1L Wood, MtCrory Arcado, REAL ESTATE.-Those who wantto

\- } given a birthday party Saturdayin : Jensen, Eleanor Murray, Lydia PIANO TUNING and repairing.'Ij j buy or sell Redland District
honor of the sixth anniversary I I' real estate will find up-to-date
a "- w.rwnU. Vlhlen, Mrs. E. E. Vihlen and Good used piano for sale cheap.
'I, 1 I of her birth. Games were played II. S. :4-II CLUBBy George Grantham.The W. JE. Koon, 115 N. W. 3rd St. listing In our off Ice. Many of
indoor because of rain. I these listings are still at subnormal -
a Uol. Little
.. Cake and jello were. served, and HEMSTITCHING while you wait prices. We shall appreciate
--- --- regular meeting of the t-H
balloons were given a* favor*!. The / Singer sewing machines and re either your Inquiries or
I. .. color schema used was green, Last Saturday the 4-H girls assembled Club was beld Tuesday. The officers pair Mn. Wm. H. Booth your listings, all of which will

y white and pink. In the Church of the Open for the winter. club were across from F. E. C. station. have our best attention. Now It t

I Present beside the hostess and Door In Miami for their Rally Day elected. They..: president, Fern the time to buy. B. W. Morris,
nh /guest of honor were: Alice Marie program. Songs were sung by all Robertson; vice-president, Prls- -- now associated with H. A. Cam ,

Rithmlre, Lillie Little Mary C.th1erlne I the girls and then our president, cilia Freed. ; secretary, Norma Edward StilingReal I eron, N. W. lit St. In Citizen

Suber, Sally Suber, Gypsy Beatrice Arnold, lead us in the Gouman; treasurer, Annabell! Dank Bid,. Phone 71
Howard, Shirley and Winnie Dan- Lord's Prayer. Miss Bessie Edwards Redd; council representative Nora Estate y

say and Virginia and Joan Kinner. ; Marguerite Murphy and Akers; and song leader, Rachel General Insurance ACREAGE AND GROVEHI 2

I Rose Connett led the singing Gouman. FLORIDA CITT. FLA.Cor. I CHARLES I. BROOKS specialize

l- W. M. B. GROUP WILL I Greetings were given 1 by Ruth I Next week Nora Aken 1* to explain Palm Are. and ATP. I In Redland properties
ATTEND Arnott, an alumnae club girl and "What May Be Achieved by Purchasers: are. In MIAMI so
It I former 4-H club president This Being a 4-H Club Girl"; Freda I list with a broker you-know to
members of the Worn- I
It I' I year she won the 4-H scholarshipto Hancock, "4-H Courtesy"; and be a REDLANDS BOOSTER.
an's Missionary Society of theHomestead
the University of Miami. i Elizabeth Williams* "Ten Good I 1 i1 Send your listing,with legal
Methodist Church .
Ii" are Miss Norton told us what the Reasons Why We Live Up to 4-H". E E description of land price, terms,
planning to attend the tone meeting -
of the society which will be object of 4-H work really Is and Mn. Redd, Katherine Orfanedei eta Send postal and I will call;
It held why we should stay In 4-H work. and Freda Hancock are going to or give full Information to J. R.
la the Coral Gables Methodist -
I, Last year the enrollment of the give the girl some plants. (Dick) Brooks, Homestead.
Church Oct. IS at 10:30 a. III.
n. Dade County Clubs was 879. This Those enrolled In winter club I CHARLES I. BROOKS
Mrs. J. E. Davis president of
i- year everyone la striving to bring work are: Lou Belle and Goldia BEFORE SUCH A 128 N. E. First St. Miami
the society, has charge of
11; In one new good member that Grennell, Rachel Eloise and Nor- SMOOTH SHAVING BLADE with South Atlantic Mortgage Co. /
ments for the trip, and all
will 4-H Cowman, Nora Aken Mildred j
ananlle-I I stick to her Club work.A ma
to attend are. asked to ..
leadership meeting will be and Margaret Field Louise Barnes, 1 at this low prcIGtNTUH LEGAL NOTICES

held in Miami Oct. 19. Elizabeth Williams, Betty Jane
., UM C. < ....... HUM
0. K. CLUB HAS In UM court w r "
All leaders are urged to be present Meybem. Julia Frances Sullivan, of Florid.
WIENER ROAST Freda Hancock, Annabtll Redd, i IN KB MTATE: Of JOHN J. HANUIN
Lester Archer entertained Dorruod. D" eoo.\jr. NIL ,.... '
the Miss Sarah Brown a graduateof Mary Alice Duncan, Katherine Orfanedei T. All Co4l1.... .... ..., DMrlbalooo. ..4
0. K. at a Wiener roast Saturday home economics from the University Fern Robertson, Prlscllla 4 All Pm._ " Claims or IllowasadoAealat
.... ,
evening. of Kentucky, gave us a talk Fread and Leola Little. I Below an s.sifkd
JPresent were Belle Smith Eunice about the 4-H Clubs in Kentucky.She 0 I.'i"t car eta.e and: J. .
Walker Nina Carol ....... which For .. tlthcr. of may h...
Dyal you
la helping Miss Norton In her "Do you ever have to hurry to 1 1 ...", Ux ..... of Join J. H..t.r>
"' Walker, Howard West, Billy Clark, office on the eleventh floor of the catch your morning train, Mr I. Miami. Itado OMMU FlorM l<, the '
Billy Walton and the host court house. Guzzle?" .wilr ivttt of D.4. ;,.. Morl.ta; M
hit Wfk In the Court Meant mt,
Miss Olga Kent, former helperof "Well It'* falrlly even ;you know r_/ within ebbs HinUui,

Mr. and Mn. J. Gibson of Atlanta Miss Norton who Is now home Either I'm standing on the plat- 1 j MM UM.I./.o of'Uw .(iwtirn tkh .u.,, '+

were dinner guests of W. W. demonstration agent of Broward form when the train puffs in, or Ipuff ._.... M .furvMM, ur ._ well toM
Johnston I......... 1.110.II"" Uiwi r the .
and Chas. Pratt Thursday County, gave ut a talk and told us in while the train stands on ..... at Florid fur the r-.t IM7M ;
she was going to borrow some of the platform." Ex. \ ttum>..t si. Kill
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Twelve THE -ENTERPRISE Friday, October 11, 1986.

I Pa1oto clarity contest some months ago. Rhettman Salvo Stanley K. Bernard Craig, all ef Miami Lion Club,
NEW n mERSAPPOINTEDTO Local Hold will be held on Oct. 1' la the I L. G. Ruggfes, Hal C and r W. .Walker of Perrin
Revival in Perrine Seminole Theatre, according to an 3, W. English E.H.Oallaher announced a Hare
announcement made Tuesday Encouraging response on Lifti jl eontest to start with next week'
The Rev H. O. Cowan of the bight at the weekly meeting ot the I part of the public wM report> meeting Each meeting five menu
Sliver Palm and Perrine Moth*, Lion Club. Proceed In excess of I A.B.SUgle cfcainma Of the ber will be selected to compete la 4
LIBRARYBOARD dint church will begin revival the theatre rent win go Into the I welfare pommittee which conducted telling! tall yarn .. {
services at Perrlne next Sunday fund to pay oft the constructiondebt the drive for clothing for the ,
evening. OA the club' "den", needy on Friday and Sunday Joe
Service will be held each even- 'Scarborough, who was M! charge
A full program of motion pictures -
City Council Tells Mayor tag at 1:34. Everyone 1* Invited to .and 41 miatitea o(vaudeville :of the Homestead territory reported -
Owner Must Keep attend. which will Include tap dancing I that Lion T E.Kirby wad&I vet!
Fowls at HomeWm. musical numtert. singing, anfl a. total of bout<50 pair of new
r THEATRE PARTYTO ventriloquist And magician\ acts shoes for children by the various
MusselwhlU; and A.R Livingston were announced .by X. L. Lawrence merchant of Homestead.Carl were apolnted by the city BENEFIT LION chairman of the theatreparty Wagner mad a short talk I Ei I.j I
council Monday night to the city committee. Music *111 be On Llonlim Theodore J. Blelef I .jI
library board, to fill the vacancies furnished by Erdell Mutcheler's of Homestead distributed complimentary -
created by the expiration of the BUILDING FUND local orchestra. ticket to the opening
term of W. R. Bird and Newt O Recently acquired members of game of Miami University' 1933 I -
Ball In accordant with custom the Lions Club were Initiated football season, to be played tonight -
the appointments were made In vent October 16 Honors Tuesday night Each candidatewas A Homestead negro quartet 1
conformity with recommendationsreceived I brought before E. H.Qallaher the Silver Tone Quartet, sang
from the library board Queen Crowned at who was appointed judge,with the several selections. .
Mayor Bird reported that complaint Recent CarnivalThe result that the clubhouse wa keptIn Visitors Introduced wen Mayor General
had been received I continuous uproar of mirth. Roscoe Brunstetter of Coral
police department that kens Lion Club theatre party, Those initiated were:County Com Cable, past deputy governor of Public Utilities "
and duck allowed at large by honoring Miss Katherine Vann, missioner J, Lamer Paxson. A. D. Florida Lionel Mile r. Bchuh,
} their owners were wreaking havoc who was crowned Miss Redland Smith, Curtis 1:. Lee, Joe Scarborough O. V. Harper, Sheldon Grebe, T.I uMiea4 l PttOM JO*.!! '
) la neighbors' flower bed and District In the Lion Carnival pop-. Walter H. Woods, T.I R. West, Ted Reducka, Larry,
: He asked for and received -
gardens Instruction to enforce the "" "" """""",",","","",,,,,,," "",,,,,,,,,,",,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,"""",,,,,",,,''',,,,,,"" "" ",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.1111111''"III""" 1111111 i 1111111 IflIlITnmmmnmnll ITI
I ordinance requiring that fowls flll""i" Long"I I; d""I"1 Sugar Creek Creakier/ _=
' within the downtown fir limits
t I l be kept in pens.
. I i.. Mr. Bird also said after the I PotatoesLarge J ButterArmour I
\ f. council meeting! that complaint,
i had be H IIIIHhit the '

: ; prohibiting arms In the the city discharge limit I -60-. 4cl lb. prides i='31c ,

I k violated. He said he was serving I it-- t
warning that person found violating St-
J Large s Sir 1 j this ordinance would be prosecuted Cooking
In city court HAM
; Bids on a winch-equipped truck ,
'1 to be purchased for the electric I
were read and Whole er Half .
: light department
, ; -Me
-- Saturday Specials
, referred to a committee composed
+ of Councilmen T E. Kirby, Frank lbrrrrau..3Georgia
( Skill and A. J. Campbell for tabu-j Large Crisp Llbby'tf or Golden Key 10 tall cans ;
: : lation. BeefSteak's .

CELERYstalkr1 'alb.
Homestead Dairy Given I MILK 'S9cCaMVI ;

100% Health Rating : C

: Alpine Grove Dairy, owned and I or Royal Arms lb. -*- l: >c c '
operated by O. B.Parker on Krome : Large Iceberg
avenue at Waldln drive,was given
100 per cent rating In practically Lettuce COFFEE 24c Georgia Rib
every detail of sanitation and 1, t
health this week by Dairy Inspector I STEW BEEF ;
Lewis Smith of the state boardof I"
health who was accompanied 2 fitm heads -ISC: Florida Rose:Plain or Self Rising I '
his visit by the board district .0'
on ... .
lb. -- -- :
6-lb. 25c -
law enforcement officer, Ector bag .
Mr.Smith said that Mr.Parker's Georgia Sweet
dairy, which supplies all Homestead FLOUR 12-16- bgg.i *-49c l Ground Meat
and most of its environ with I : Potatoesj :
milk, 1* one of the state's model 24lb.bag90c: Sausage ;

dairy plants It has received al I .. .. ,
100 per cent health and sanitation j
rating many time before. _I : .., ,5c : :
I Rich Creamy 3 lb. can lb.- ... .. ... ... .IOC ..
I Snowdrift Bulk
CABADEThompson 49cBlue


lb4 J?...... ... -3 Rose 51ls.# 2 pkgs. Ib.------l4C: ; )

Flakes 15c ; ,
RICE : -i 25c Com '
.t SeedlessGRAPES Georgia ChuckRoast :

Q Ibs. Pink taU can '


j : 2 Ibs. for --.15C MEAL OR gibs. {
qt can JSC:
lb. ----- -
GRITS ----18c
Argo Wesson Oil 39C .
Daisy :
Prunes2Ib.pkg. All Good No. 2% canPEACIIES17c
Jewett' Cider qt. .
VINEGAR-15C. Cheeselb.

? I ."-.13C Windsor June 3 cans II.
Hershey's 71. can ---- --
Peas _.
23c .
I No. 2 Cans COCOA.- ..IOc
Georgia SmokedBacon _
Peerless lIardwater "
Call and lea chI fcollatof cold Tomatoes 3 cans
SOAP 3 cakes 13c
waked la ftCtfofe See WHY it, String Be ans = 25c :
For Bath
outwear*aUcnlrtr refrigeratingjJMchanbttfc / '
t Sc
2 ,
s. the NEW cans "
3 pkgs. Target 2 cans lb. -
and ltd orig'
NORGB feel tatMrs. ... ascot Bronson' Super Suds 24c Corned Beef 29c : i

tree?. toners 1,1 MUSTARDquart SLICED lb. Calf Liverib

U..U 1voiTo*tOsfa efN )ItedresaeladveN .+tts. jar-. 5c: BACON 3'c _---_-:-- 2'c '

Red Chief Fresh GroundHAMBURGER

NEWT (3. BALL Dog Food FREE t t Cup or Saucer with tlb

*fea7 toW9kVWC .

n A"IL : ; Churngold 2:1c:
ILU can.-- -"- 'JScI .-------15c

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