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 18, 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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$52,000 TO BESPENTONFARM !,I First Babies Liberated Are Born in Monkeys.i\ JungleThe i I -CAUCUS SET "{

first baby monkeys to be In the jungle at Ute same time.On f FOR NOVEMBER 15 BY MAYOR

,I hors at Tropical Monkey Jungle pool little stranger turned loose ; j
later, was driven out and starved
established In a hammock on

MARKET ROAD Halnlin drive a year ago by Mr. ,: to After death.that It we decided that m{ NOT SEEK REELECTIONWORK

and Mrs Joseph DuMond were 1 the only way the tribe could be
brought Into the world on October increased was by reproduction. ,I

;(Will Connect East Glade, 4 by Money Order and Big Bad. In the cage ate: Mary, the
When seen last Sunday by staff chimpanzee, who wisely refuses Named Give
Redland Groves WithU. Early Date to
representatives the Leader-En 1 to put In her bank the corns hand-' STARTEDON
S. Highway terprise the wo1 babies were having I ed to her until she receive Inducement I 1 1I More Time for Quali. !

a great time clinging to their In the form of fying Voters
WORK TO START AT mothers who were springing from I eat; Maggie the ring-tailed lI'Ionll.1 SALVAGING OF \f
branch to branch and tree to tree. ey; Bobo and Bimbo the pair of : NO ANNOUNCEMENTS
Money Order and Big Bad are Guinea monks from central Africa i
Java monkey Money Order' ; a pair of crested Mangabey
Includes Five Miles of name was ordained, by the fact"that monk from east Africa; and Lulu '

Richard Road, Now. ..the money order sent to purchase the white-nosed Guenon monkeys |I -- Mayor Said to Be Considering
her was lost in transit fend The only death beside that.f the I]i Homestead Railroad Mail Higher Politi-
t tJ eft.. had; U be! canceled and duplicatedwith ostracized Java aewcomer was !'1 One of Four Foremen cal OfficeThe

much Attendant red tape and) that of a ring-tailed monkey' Selected'for Job
County tWmlwionerH.L. Cook trouble Big Bad earned her name Maggie'. mate, who caught pneu
nnounced Wednesday that $92.r by chasing and beating the rest monia. I pre-election caucus a* the
000 would be spent Immediately ol the half-dozen Java tribe Tropical Monkey Jungle I II east I B. X Altraan, f E. C. section city of Homestead has been set for
t on a "farm-to-market road which thOHgh the jungle and getting of Aladdin City on, Halalin drive. :I foremen of Homestead is one of 7:30 p. m.. Nov. 15, by Mayor Preston
\ .' will commence at the west and of herself referred to aa "the big Trail through the hammock: are !I four'foremen selected to- assist. hi B. Bird la an announcement ,
the Mowry street canal, fix miles bad one'. being newly covered with sawdust the work of salvaging the veteran 1 addressed "to the voters of the ,
east of Homestead, and ,extendwest The Java Monkey! are the only for the walking comfort of relief train which was derailed I city of Homestead, dated Oct. 14.
along Mowry road to Richard one allowed to- roam ** large I visitors. 'I and turned over on Us aide at Ialamorada lit will take place In the Neva King
road, two miles west of Home- through the Jungle The existent There U no pert of. any kind Oct. 2. when it was sent Cooper School auditorium
stead and thence north along tribe at the DuMond jungle hat around the DuMond jungle and to evacuate the veterans at the In his announcement Mayor Bird
Richard roaJ for five mUa beome to cauuilatt that no addloo1I0nal liberated monkeys could wander I Oversea Highway bridge work states that he Will not be a candi-

The road, which la termed a monkeys can be turned off at any times They never camp and arrived just as the date for mayor or for councilmanIn i
"tU 'l't road1 because!' It loose hi safety Tneywer all put have, however. i hurricane of that date struck the the election, which will be held I

Will tap both the farm Jsnd of the 1 I doomed key area. on the second Tuesday In January. \,
last Glade and the section Work Was begun Monday on The caucus, held prior to the election \
. grove :I I Revised By-laws to Come I II M narrow the race down to ;
6f Redland: Mid connect with a T B HOSPITAL FOR I temporary rebuilding of the washed -
federal highway, li a federal pro Before a of C. Next WeekA out sections of track between two candidates for each office, la- "n
Ject to be built trade state1uph'- I I Rock Harbor and tslamorada In I called earlier than usual this year :
SQUfIfDADKSAIDE9 revised set of by-law and the mayor said, to allow candidates .
,. vision. Mr. Cook and County CivClneer I preparation for bringing the train t
Friedman' have been work the report of membership drive t I back to Miami after locomotive voter and the city clerk t
ling results wilt be presented to the I \ more time to Attend to registration .
with state road department official IN I and cats have been righted and
forxaom GRANT Redland District Chamber of Com- railroad and payment of poll taxes
I. tune the, pep I JM, bjicj :9Qefalll. The
lect,'was not, nm Wednet- *" **** ; mere M the regular meeting next'r : reoslvenrtiav been allowedto l thl.4l, M' bbl ft t/IMt/ ;, s .
that It Wednesday; night for the 111f caucus. '
day was definitely nhouneed appropriate $23,000 -
that the project would Five $750,000 Sanitariums Sin name* were added to the'.f wage work and a work camp has f No- 'definite 'announcement of
,Come to the lower end of the coun in Jeopardy Due tq list of members this week, bringing : been established that now contains i candidacies have been made yet.

State PWA' Delay the total number of membersto 100 men and later will probably I but it I* said that at least one ,
ty.Work will beln.1 lOOn at men 64. The membership committee grow to 400. The locomotive alone member of the present city council

IrIII machinery can be fathered I' Telegraphing trait Hurja and I II working quietly and saving la valuued at more than (10,000,i i will seek the mayor's office fIt
most of its effort for a. final
together, Mr" Cook Mid Unemployed member of Florida congressional round-up over this week-end snit It Is .said.. I I 1* undentood that Mr. Bird
tobof"win be iu d.Mowryro : delegation tot .urge support the tint three days of next week The rebuilding of the trick will will Dot run for mayor or for the
a; htch"li surfaced PWA project, filed many month Those who joined since the pub-' be"entirely of a temporary chancier -I I council because he Is considering ,:
and oiled from the Mowry itreel ago foe the construction ef five lication of name list week are: -solely for the purpose of sal I entering the race for county commissioner

canal to Richard road, will be repaired tuberculosis sanitariums la riot S. Livingston, Leo t. Poyser. vaging the relief train. from this district m the '.
June. '
,: rebuilt or resurfaced Ida, the Redland District Chamber R. L. Walker, E. L. Lawrence Two Homestead men, Bob Wall Democratic primary. next \:
.j whereve necessary, Richard road of Commerce 'Wednesday gave Its Pratt Development Co., W. P. Casrf er, resident maintenance man for He laid yesterday afternoon how ,
j co-operation to a humanitarian the American Telephone and Telegraph ever, that it Is too early yet to
Js only a narrow rock and dlrl and W. Maxwell Smith. com'I'I
trait for practically its entire movement of the Florida Tuber- ---- Co., and Wm. M. Johns correspondent make any announcement or .
length. A roadbed of pit rock culnsi Board which may mean the Local Police to Begin for a Miami new.paper.were ment in that connection.
Wilt be" built and surfaced with establishment of one of these hoapital Tests aboard the train when It was
oil. in. South Dad at ft coat Monday wrecked by the hurricane, but i THE WEATHER
r of $190,000.: neither suffered any Injury.
Driven' licenses and automo-
It is understood from reliable bile safety test. designed for the I 0fII0Ie1 _IIMT Apses;: at MM <*!?...I2IS
TO 8L\O ON RADIO _.. ....
sources that plans for the location 6f avoiding the necessityfor 1.- r*""
A trio competed of Mrs. C. K of the proposed Institution contemplate purpose Homestead motorists to take I FINED FOR FIRING GUN : I\ 1\\IIa .:
.... kT..fL\ 5.
Walker Mr*. Vera Summerlln and the erection of one In of A sentence: of $2S fine or 20 __!> _
the test now being required ". u 71 '2804 ..13'Oct.
days hi jail was given Cato Child, Oct. 11
hare. 6. L West, accompanied Dade the
pn County somewhere In
driven In Miami, will be given by '
the piano by Mrs. C.I. Gault, will, territory from Pen-in south. the Homestead police departmentstarting I colored, In police court Mondaynight 12 U I 71 2991) ..0'1'11
U ft6S
sing at 9 a, m. Sunday on a pgram toThe present Florida Tuberculosis morning at I for discharging firearms Oct. .
Monday within the city limit. The caseof Oct. 14 88 ,29.98
dedicated to Homestead over Board, directed to do anything ,
o'clock I Charley Hall charged with disorderly Oct. IS 811 89 ,,3000 44
the Baptist Steeple Chime radio possible- to secure proper sanltori- r
Brake, light and other safety I ISO.00 .24
conduct was continued to Oct. 1Oct 8QII I'
broadcast conducted) the Rev um facilities for Florida without devices on can will be tried and -
30.05 141
P. Ti) Taylor of the Lemon Cit'Baptist ; Increasing state or county taxes, driven tested on their knowledgeof next week for more evidence. 17 80 71

Church L* Miami. (Continued on Page Seven driving and traffic rules. No I

charge will be made, and the Civil Service Urged by Coleman *
I"driver' license and safety el"
" I
Tests Indicate From 5-8-5 II
stuck on the windshields of those For Employees of Sheriff's OfficeCivil
who pass the tests will be recog-
Potato Formula Be Profitable
I ] Bird nized said.Driven by. Miami police, Mayor service appointment of on the look-out to feather their

Pottto fertilizer experimental 1935-98 potato planting by W. M. who do not correct their deputies and expert u. the sher nests against the time when they
conducted by the Subtropical tx FUield assistant horticulturist Of own and their can' defect in com- iff's department to make it worthwhile In turn will be supplanted >hv another -

perlment Station at Homestead: the Subtropical Experiment Station pliance with requirement will be for men to train and educate set of greenhorns Sheriff
during the peat three yean indicate of which Dr. H. S. Wolfe Is subject to penalties as providedby themselves for careen of law The present system
,that a departure from the more horticulturist in charge.!. His report ordinance, the mayor said. enforcement and crime detection, Coleman said offers no encouragement -
or ]-a.r.standard 8-8-5 formula: follows: was advocated by Sheriff D. C. for the development or n-_
might lie' profitable, It waa.announced -! "During the past four yean the Commissioners. Asked Coleman In a talk on law enforcement tentlon of such highly trOlned
before the Redland DistrictImprovement men a* fingerprint and bnlliatlc
by the experiment station Subtropical Experiment Station Pension
To Match U. S.
., Neither they nor the
yesterday .from results Obtained 1 ha* been conducting test ea ,Asew Association Monday specialists
by the spoil
,it wag said U seem reasonable .1 -Caal Glade tam and cooperatively A petition to the county commiasionen night. public are protected
that the ammonia or nitrogen with commercial growerson asking that they "make Sheriff Coleman said 'that In system. Undef the
content of the formula could other farm, to investigate the some provision for matching the California where employees of the civil service rule a sheriff' office -
be reduced and the phosphate and effect of different fertilizer treatments federal aid recently provided by sheriff office an selected by employee can continue In his
potash content Increased the Interest on the yield of potatoes. congress of $1S per month for the civil service examination, only one job for 20 yean, providing hi*
At the end of
of higher yields. Although the work ha not been relief of the aged of this county roan, the sheriff himself. Is changed behavior U good.
The station has found also thata conducted long enough nor a* yet who may be in need and come ban election, and be has only that time h* I II retired on n pee-

fertilizer application of J,00 on a large enough scale to warrant within the purview of the federal one appointment at his disposal. sion. f
pound to th* acre. In most cases, definite recommendation, It relief act" contained 111 signatures In Florida, where the dolls system Henry Roes, Mr.;Cbteman'x chief
proves! snost profitable. Manganese I* thought that a brief resume of yesterday morning.The still obtains, he said, a new deputy, gave a description of the
experiments Indicated that It U the work done and the results thus petition which I II being circulated sheriff generally mean a complete, dctil work of the sheriff's officeIn
advisable to apply manganese sulphate far accomplished will be of Inter by Byrd Fitzpatrick, pioneer new force of deputies, clerks and I both clvU: and criminal department '
; each season. eat to the grower in this area. of Redland ask further that special department head, with *. '
The** experiment and others "The scope of the work In gen the county commissioners "make the result that the taxpayers get: W. W. Johnston, president t>f lsl
carried on by the station have been eras ha Included test of as many fitting appropriation and cause a Inefficient, inferior service fromwbo the Improvement Association I .
reported for the benefit of grow varied formulas amount Ingredl- tea to be levied for the purposeOf greenhorn most leant from:i which was holding its first meet-,

en why are about to start Ikelt Continued of race Bunt railing the fund requisite". the ground up and are too often I (Continued on Fat Eight. )


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Pare Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday October 18 1935.

was driving when the accident oc- I Rev. Jas Cloonan Sew Father Cloonan's place at Miami
Public Speaking Course Develops curred. Mr. Rankin who was In Catholic Priest HereThe I Beach. Father Peter Donahue and
. Father Sullivan
are visiting Father
with her suffered a fractured -
the cat
Useful Citizens,Teacher Tells PA A vertebra of the neck and Rev James Cloonan. forthe Patrick Donahue In Klaslmmee.

other occupants received minor assistant.
past six 7..1'1 priest
Public speaking which has this Friends." Mrs. & r... Welt Injuries. Soil
I at st. Patrick's Catholic;: Church Analysis Service *
year been made a part of the regular I led the opening songs, and Mrs. All were on their way to Waterloo at'Miami Beach conducted his Announced by Soilade *
work In both the) junior high Howard Johnson played the ac- IowaUo visit relatives. first services Sunday as pastor of ,.
school: and the senior high school companiments.Mrs. J Sacred Heart Church in Home-
In Homestead wlU develop the E. J. Dyal the president "Homestead Norge Shop" stead. He succeeds the Rev. Alfred The amount to which land lea J
pupil's poise and ease on the announced that all the childrenof McDonald who was transferred been affected, If at all by the in-
platform and train him to think the first six grade have been Picked in Name Contest"The to St Andrew Church at filtration of salt water from canals '
logically, Bernard Blackburn given physical examinations and Moccasin Branch, about ten miles or the bay "will be determined
1 teacher of the course told mem- that the eyes and teeth of high Homestead Norge Shop", southwest of st. Augustine. for any tanner who will bring a
ben of the Homestead P.-T. A ata school: pupils will be examined submitted by Mrs. John L. Scarborough -I Father Cloonan Is ot Irish birth. sample cf the soil to the Homev
meeting held In the Neva King in the near future. Seventy-six In a contest which ended He left Ireland immediately after stead branch of Soilade, Inc., C.
School auditorium Tuesday children from families on relief F. Warner, local
Cooper Sept. 30 "was selected by Judgeson 'hi. graduation from St John's I. representative
afternoon. Its Influence will rolls she said, are receiving: dental Oct. 15 as the best name tor the I College a Waterford, and came to recently announced. 4Laboratory
be felt In other classes, he said, attention and 14 have been local Norge agency<< managed by I Miami Beach. He was ordained I facilities for making
and It will develop good converitlonallitt. taken to Miami for eye examinations -, Mrs. Tracy Chinnen. Mrs. Scarborough -; in June, 1929. the salt determination: on soils '
and glasses. : thereby wins first prize I He has as visitors Wednesday: I I have been Installed at the local
It will be a help to the boy and 1 The welfare department she of $25 in cash. I the Rev Peter Donahue and the Soilade warehouse, and the service
girl who later will do civic, club said, la distributing the clothing Nine other prizes ranging in I Rev. Patrick Sullivan, both of will be furnished free of charge
church or school work and to those collected by the Lions Club and a value from $9.SO to $U5 were I Dublin City, Ireland and the Rev.I and without obligation. Mr. Warner -
who are In business a* well at the new stove has been purchased for awarded as follows: Patrick Donahue of Klsslmmee who was employed as a chemist
few who will be lawyer, preachers the school cafeteria. who was an ssslstant at Miami' on a sugar plantation in the Lake
Second Mn. Win. M.
or politicians, he said. Mrs. Dyal announced that a I Beach with Father Cloonan. and Okeechobee region before coming
At the conclusion of his talk, county council meeting will .be Johns; third, Mn. Dan Roberts; the Rev. Peter O'Reilly, a doctor to Homestead will make the analysis -
fourth. Mrs. Fannie Selfert; fifth I
Mr Blackburn read Phillips' held In Redland next Wednesdayat of canon law who Is taking' himself.
Mrs. S.
Mrs. Eva Fletcher; sixth
amusing "Lighthouse Tragedy" 10 o'clock. Every P.-T. A. 1 I -
while students presented It In pan'lomlme. member la Invited, she .said and Lamar Dickinson; seventh
Crennell eighth A.
Iiadore A. ;
Clarence Froscher wasthe room mothers and executive committee
Jones Loomis; ninth Mrs. EmmaL.
lighthouse keeper; Laban Bishop members should make a
the villain; Mia Katherine special effort to attend. Lunch will Barnes; tenth Mrs. Wm. J. ANDAE'VS'

Vann, the wife; Edwin Lawrence I be served in the Redland school Krome.
little,VNUlam; Theodore Franklin, cafeteria she explained and reservations The Judges were Kenyon M.,
the doctorrlendNal; ; o McCourtney for this may be made by Lee ot radio station WQAM; A. GROCERY & MARKET
the coroner. Mill Virginia telephoning her or.Mrs. C. J. Par- :R. Swearlngen. district Norge
frick played the piano accompaniment manager; and Mrs. Sigurd Rem,
man, secretaryr-
1 Miami Norge owner. : North Flagler Avenue, Near Mowry Street
r Mrs. J. W. English membership
Two piano numbers were turn chairman.told! |. -)the menritershtp i WE DELIVER
fished by pupils of Mrs. J. D. drive thiil Abtlrfj conductidtthii Asks Parents pf First I --
Redd. Miss Elizabeth Mcllwalnand week. a /vj' Grade Pupils to :Meet
Miss Virginia Doney played The dollar prize for best parent r roil lb.
+' a duet, Bert Anthony's "A Call attendance in the elementary BUTTER soc
to Arms", and Marjorie Redd, Principal Carl Wagner of the ,
school: went to Mrs. W. B. Ed- I
Moser and Wanetta Farm Life School has
Marjorie Redland
wards' room which had an 83.9%
Koeitline played a trio George attendance. Mrs. Carl Heidi1 liked the parents of all pupils In STEAKS good juicy, lb. L9c
Spauldlng's "The Lesion of the award. the first grade to meet In the i
the school
room won high
Birds". school next Monday evening for I II
Second grade pupils from the a round table discussion of the POT ROAST lb. I8c:
rooms of Mr*. W. B. Edwards and Kin of 11. II. Ewing Hurt things the parents want the teachers ,
Miss Mary Williams sang three Badly in Auto AccidentWord to do and the things the teach
songs: "Postman", "Song of the ers want the parents to do.
Fairies" and "Cherries". Miss Ellen "This will be the starting of an CHEESE, Ib 23c
Nyberg, musk supervisor playedthe has been received by H. active co-operation between the I
accompaniments. H. Ewing that his filter, Mrs. L C. home and the school: said Mr. .
Miss Williams' classes, second Rankin of Topeka, Kansas, It Wagner, "and we hope that all: STEW BEEF lb. 15c 1 1I
and third grade presented a health still unconscious following an au- of the parents will be there. The .
playlet which they had composed tomobile accident on Oct. 4 near parents of pupils in other gradei
i and had named "Good Health Kansas City Mo. Mrs. Rankin will meet later." I .

MILK Darigold 3 for TaU" I7c: t I

Mixed to Suit Sugar, 5 Ibs. 29c J;j

Rosedale No. 2'/i can 2 No. 2 cans ::f I

Local Weather Conditions Peaches 18c Sugar Corn :19c

Grape pint Early 2 No. 2 cans ,r i

Juice ISc: June Peas 19c
Redland Brand Fertilizers are mixed to suit i '

the different ':conditions of this section. SYRUP, 1 gallon. a e a.S3c 1,;

1 I

Since our factory is located in Homestead, we are GRITS, 5 Ibs e r e a 17c ; ,

better able to serve our customers"needs as we

MEAL 5 Ibs :17c
e e e a e
know the conditions under which the fertilizer

Toilet 3 for O. K. 5 for

must act to give the best results.

Tissue I.Zc SOAP IOC, I ;

Avery 3 for Corn 2 pkgs.

I SALT 1.0c Flakes :l5c s i\\'


24-lb bag 12-lb. bag 6-lb. bag

85c 45c 2Sc JA'I
I .. :

f Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. I .J

MANUFACTURERS Clean Vegetables Sell BetterSee "I

Redland Brand Fertilizer our vegetable washer built at our (hop, "

We turn wood rollers for packing house use.

MANGANESE DISTRIBUTORS PHONE 16 Portable fire and irrigation pumps. Lathe and

machine work. Farm machinery repaired or
r FRANK B. RUE, Mgr. HOMESTEAD, FLA. rebuilt


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Friday, October 18, 1935. THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Pare Three

1936 Pontiac Placed Is a new and clever combinationarm cast teas brake drums and moulded drygoods clerk?"
Within Range .
rest and door handle. ]I linings. Mrs. Knocker: : "Well, your hoo-
Of Lowest Priced Cars on Market\ I A full three-passenger four- Automatic choke, automatic'or, I asked her to show me something
1 door front seat cushion is now throttle' opener, new Intake manifold suitable in neckwear for myself -
Three I standard on the de luxe six two- and new combustion chamberare and she looked at my neck
lines of new Pontiac models crowned front fender I
I one-piece and then handed me a washrag."
door sedand and touring sedan, improvements in the six and
for 1930, the straight eight, six down to the
, and de I sweeping bumper_ I as well as on the eight giving these de luxe engines. An models havea Ex.
luxe six, will
go on public level and all rubber steel reinforced
view cars ample room for six people. new clutch plate and new all-
tomorrow In Pontiac
dealers' running boards. Rear fend
" Many refinements In the power helical gear, syncro-mesh transmission -I
salesrooms throughout the coun- ers are more deeply crowned, with .
A the rear half raked further backto I plants and chassis have been made GROVE
try.They to give Improved performance. Water Jackets are larger extending -
sell at prices which a point below the wheel center.
I them within range of the lowest put Rear lamps are mounted on the quicker acceleration, easier starting i the full length of the cylinders THEATRE :
higher speed better economy thus keeping the oil cooler GROVE
fenders. COCONUT
priced can on the market Rear bumpers are long
4 I and convenience In hand it last I
greater making longer makingthe
, & The "silver streak" radiator and er. Bumper ornaments are refined Shows S and 9 AdmkuUa use
ling. Pontiac features that have engine run cooler and
hood and smaller All sheet metal promoting Mstwee Bat end ,....
f grille that formed the central
I proved highly satisfactory, such longer life of the entire
is fully rust-proofed. t .
design motif of 1935
y I I ss metered flow lubrication cross power plant.
Pontiac the descriptive characterization Little Improvement could be bearings additional
;flow cooling, silver-cadlum Many Improvements SATURDAY ONLY
of the"most beautiful thingon liked for In the grace and structural rifle embodied 1834 have
electroplated pistons, In the Pontiac
-Men of the Hour" !
wheels", continues as the basic strength of the Fisher turret drilled connecting rods square I not been touched. However, It II..
theme with certain pleasing top solid steel body. But there bore and stroke, and ample engine evident that none of these changes Rfekard Creaawell,Wallace Ford J
changes that reflect even greater art a score or more of changes In mass for dependability and Is radical, and none affects engineering SUNDAYMONDAYJOHN
refinement of taste and more the Interior fitments, appointments durability naturally are retained. fundamentals. But all are. BOLES DIXIE LEE in
.. artistic beauty than was expressed and trim of all body models. The cylinder bore of the eight of Importance to the car owner, "Redheads Parade" I
in the original For convenience, front doors of has been stepped up to IV4 Inches, and are part of the program of the I II on
Improvement included in the all models are hinged at the front thus increasing the piston displacement I management which has includedan I The Year's Meet Saarkliag! .
1938 lines are greater in number and open from the rear. The Instrument from 2214 cubic Inches to ; expenditure this year of $3,- Musical PictureTUESDAYWEDNESDAY r.
i than they were for the Ins models panel entirely new and 212. and the horsepower from S4 .000,000 In new buildings, machinery -.
, and fully as important to the ultra modem. It Is finished in to 87 at 9800 rpm. with a consequent and equipment to provide fora "' (
1/ motorist Many of them are not burled poplar and chrome. Dial increase In acceleration, hill), 100%" Increase In the manufacturing I. ;;POSID-Ihnrfvate
as apparent at a glance and prob- numerals sire more easily read climbing ability and top speed. capacity of the Pontiac I II lives of a who),. lownlfAKTYW'
ably none of them stand mt as and dial lighting has been Improved. Triple sealed hydraulic brakes Motor Co. In 1936.Heh (
boldly as Fisher turret top bodies, am more positive than ever and I
hydraulic, triple sealed brakes or Artistic paneling on the doors have a still greater safety factor I Hekt i iI '
the sealed chassis of 1931. and expensive new cloth trim- now with new and more expensive I I Judge: "Why did you hit the

A close examination discloses I further distinguish the body interiors. -', _____ I
that the Pontiac engineers have I Cabriolets are trimmedin wimVICTOR
gone through the 1833 chassis and hand buffed, crushed grain tan! JOKY h
bodies, feature by feature, refining Spanish leather or taupe worsted TEXACO BARBECUE STANDSOUTH Abe Roster Reagan Comedy
this one and perfecting that Bedford cord.Optional THURSDAYFRIDAYRICHARD
one, keeping in mind the comfort upholstery on the three KKROME AYE. NEAR FOURTH STREET CROMWELL sad
and convenience of the motorist lines is as follows: six, taupe mohair -
and economy, performance and or brown pattern broadcloth; Now owned and operated by MARIAN MARSH .
safety of the car. de luxe six taupe mohair or modi- [WHO WAS SHE'

The straight eight and de luxe fied tweed pattern taupe woolen MR. AND MRS. E. W. STALLINGSFormerly --""' ----... '
cloth mohair
i six are available In six body styles ; eight: taupe or
each, while seven are mounted on brown, pin stripe broadcloth. ef the Cesy Diner I TV 11 ,
I Seat cushions have been reshaped \
the six chassis. Common to all
: lines are two-door aid four-door to conform more nearly to All kinds of sandwiches and cold drinks 13

touring sedans (with built-in' I) the human figure They are longer CHILI STILL A SPECIALTY
truhk: ), all accommodating five I and deeper and extend to the Stooges Comedy
floor In both front and rear There 1 1u..J
th4 -
passengers; coupe for i, --
| two passengers and the sport coupe
for four passengers, The cabrio*
1T bullf Jtot four passengersb

I I a**> a il4blethe si ice chassisrSWwNA .
'. : -t'tMf; most linking.
change in external appearance is
in the front end treatment, where
the .croralum grille has beencrowned
as it sweeps up over the
radiator In an unbroken line, thusemphasizing
speed and giving the St_ >

Impression of a longer, sleeker, ,'"""Y ,"" ..,
faster1 and lower car despite the
unchanged wheelbase of '117
inches on the eight and 112 on the
I Ielx.
New radiator ornaments are in
the modern motif Chrome trimmed '
brackets support the head-
lamps on the radiator shelL Further
Improvement in exterior ap.
pearance Includes a more deeply


'" I I II From 1900 up to 1934 the leaf '

I tobacco used for cigarettes increased During the year ending June
36 N. Krome Avenue from
30, 1900 the Government

Upstairs I 13,094,037 Ibs. to collected from cigarette taxes

Office Hours 326,093,357 Ibs.;

OPEN : 8:30-4:30'1 an increase of 2392% $3,969,191 '
For the year ending June 30,
It takes mild ripe tobacco 1934, the same taxes were

ArNL"I I $350,299,442 ian
to make a good cigarette.
increase of 8725% t.j t.

DRi: .E. ATLIN I -0 lot money.. 5

DentistOffice .

Cigarettes give a lot of

in Hausman BIdgr a lot k
pleasure to a people..

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lPf More garettes are smoked today because

DR. R. S. AKERS I more people know,about them-they are better advertised.But .

the main reason for the increase is that they are made

DENTIST better-made of better tobaccos; then again the tobaccos

.flee Board 9 s. n. le S, ,. m.Sundar .
are blended-a blend of Domestic and Turkish tobaccos.
t te 11

clued U.r 4a/s Chesterfield it mod of mild rift tobaccos.

Free Parking Space Everything that science knows about it used in

114 N. W. sing ST. MIAMI making a iIJtrllnJ better-tatting cigarette.
PHONE: S-illl
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&* Four THE_ LFAD.ER: ENTERPRISE Friday. October 18!, 1935. :/

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-- -- committee were In a position to,
THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE The A-B.C consider these details. The member THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER ,
Published Fridays al Hosaestead. will think about the wisdomof
FI*.. by the South Dad their action. The board will DO BT *11t5. U L. BOW UBRARIAWUSSAST
hbl.hlll6 Co. of ParliamentaryLaw doubt consider the matter and
when the club house Is openedit
frill be en a more reasonable ROHM ,until they have been taught to
BEN ARCHER .EditorEalertd
basis than would otherwise Ob-, radar. W..;..... ,......"i a-e t. take better care of books These
M ascend Class mat '''""",--'"' tam The opening of the club' ,...... Trly, lan e. sa.wdart .I are for the teachers': use only.

utter ..fIIII! J. 1 1ZI the pest 23RD INSTALLMENTMrs. house might have been brought t-I' "I -t Would you believe anyone would
fflc* at Hesnlstead. FterMa, seder before the club as I recommendation leave hunk of chewing gum be.
she art ef March t. UT" Dahlia: I hope this amendment from the board. If so, it would' So many times we have been tween the pages of a book? And
will be defeated If we be well to have the recommendation asked for Carpsner's books of can you Imagine a woman wing
SUB. l&ICB,11.51 A TEAK our club rooms for a rest room ties state the details to be left to I travel, and to many times we have manicure scissors for a bookmarkand
we might to be more generous to the house committee to be brought had to acknowledge we did not leaving them la the volume
On a Farm regard to time. before the clue to be ratified. We have them that the librarian began when she returns to the library
I Madam President. must always remember that the to feel a little sensitive. The For some real "Believe-it-or-not"
Thcrr'i work on I farm from PresidentMrs.. Robin. organization Is the highest power very name of Carpenter put heron stories Just ask the librarian.
dawn tUl night. Mrs. Robin: I move the previous and that committees appointed for the defensive. We have Stod- And please, PLEASE do not eat
Work by lUll and candlelight question.Mrs. a purpose should be consulted]I I drd't lectures on his travel We in the library And PLEASE
But there's health on a farm and Wren Madam President when anything pertaining to their][ have Marco: Polo, Lowell Thomas, PLEASE, PLEASE: do not smoke.
gladness too. I second the motion. (Undcbat- work Is being considered. The Richard Halliburton and many At best we are sort of fire trap.
And pride DO city folk ever knew, .".... ethical side of club work I* often I other, traveller young and old And no library permits smoking

President: The previous quee-' is Important as correct: ,parlia- covering time ancient and mod- anyway; why try It out in this
A pride In seeing the seed we Lion has been moved end seconded mentary procedure.It I em, but always somebody come library? The librarian thinks

low All In favor of the previous question I* to be understood In this In asking for Carpenter. Well, those "NO SMOKING" signs are
Wake and rise ind lift ,and (row; will please rise and be count drill, that the president will stand hem It is, the whole act, twenty. going to look sort ot queer but it
!! i A pride in being, when harveit'i ed. All opposed please rise and when ape.k.II\I.ncl sit when others one volume Including the Index also seems necessary to post those '
( dune, be counted. Sixty-one having I are speaking. That the members 1 volume. beautifully printed and, signs, "No Smoking" and "No EatA .
i I A* equal partner with rain and voted In the affirmative and 10' wnen :m oraer. win ODtam, one moor. bound, all brand new,-just bought,)i ing", in our library. It Is up to

J ,1.10-' In the negative, the previous question .'I before making motion or speaking but not paid for. How they will,+j you-think It over.

1 has carried. All In favor ol to a question.Te be paid for is I problem for the I Of course, this is not a scolding;
I A JJertP.4 ..c,'t:li codIn, "lf.:What the amendment to the amendment, Obtain the Floor librarian to wrestle with. No one it Is simply a reminder of a few
trai 'l a 04 v'\\ which inserting after, afternoon, Rise address the chair and watt else teem to worry about paying things we should do or should not
To oenT Siope .
.... \ hi the' fof r from one to slit p. m., say Aye, opposed to be recognized: by the chair. The for the book we need and have to do.
t --they No. .1'III''WI| have it and one seconding the motion does not buy for our library. It seems to]
I Who only are caught In the city ,and the amendment amendment have to,wait to be recognised. In be up to the librarian to get the Why Not
see Is carried. All in favor of the large assemblies, when seconding book, but nobody cares how.
I. In dreams the farm where they They were discussing the North
amendment asanwndedwhich Is the motion, rise This Is not necessary If any teachers are Interested In
r long to betThere's
I to Insert,. *f rresf room, Satut-, In small assemblies Form: books to read to their pupils we American Indian In a rural school: ,
f 11 S I'ml day afternoon, from one to alt*. Madam President, I second the have some fine new volumes for when the teacher asked It anyone
work on I tam But m., say Aye; all opposed No. The motion. Prompt seconding of motions them the world's best stories, well could tell what the leaders of the
glad, aren't
1 That I'm out you farm where noes have it and the amendmentas that are to be brought before bound and glossy new. Not for the tribes were called.

: there' work on to I do? z', amended Is lost the assembly helps to expe- We have had a few showers "Chiefs," answered one bright ;S
,/ Oh, cities and streets for those who President: The vote Is now upon dite business The chair does not lately but some of our patron little girl :
,, choose ", the main motion, which Is that' put motions that require a second, seem to think It I* all right to leave, "Correct. Now can any ot you };
But rive rde the sun and the earthto his club open Its club rooms to If second Is not made. Most motions books on the doorstep when the tell me what the women were call- f I!!;'
use} his community for rest rooms. require a second. Become familiar library to ckwed. This past month ed?"
t ,. -Mary Carolyn Davies In Progressive -! Madam President with those that do not. ALL MAIN we have had four books completely There was silence for some time ,
Fsrmer. President:: Mrs. Starting. : MOTIONS require a second: before ruined In this way and several and then a small boy frantically, jw:
Mrs. Starling: I rive to a questionof : being stated by the chair Motions other have been more or IBM waved his hand for recognition. *' "
parliamentary Inquiry. Was that are debatable are not open damaged. Books do not take "Well. FrankieT" said the teach fer. "
National Bible Week not the amendment to the amendment to debate before being stated by' kindly te dampness,, though damp- ,I'<
carried and does It not become the chair new seems to take to books. "Mischiefs" he announced
: During the past few year Americans I part of the motion? THE END i boy and girls themselves to handle proudly-Vancouver Province
have been called upon to President: The amendment to tom.
observe an amazing variety of the amendment carried. The
"weeks". Proclamation: after proclamation amendment as amended -lost,
has come down to us therefore only the main motion
from the President from governors remain, which Is that this club
from mayors and even bureau open Its club rooms to the Community -
officials urging that we set for rest rooms. .
side a week for this or a week Madam President.
for that President: Mrs. Sweet Pea.

Some of these occasion were Mrs. Sweet Pea: I wish te

sane and sensible, but a larger percentage amend-
were close to ridiculous. President: The previous question

We have bowed our heads In homage having been ordered, an
I to the lowly tomato; we have amendment or any discussion is
: paid tribute to the out of order. All in favor of this
; slimy oyster;
f' ., we've had a national dog week,I club evening Its clubrooms to the II
t a spark plug week and a week to community: for rest rooms say Aye; Ir
j i read the constitution. I opposed No. The motion U carried r
}! and you have voted to open
After four hundred
,i yearshave wei I the club rooms of this club to the i
finally arrived at a "week"of
I i
community: for rest rooms. '
11 observance that we should haveconsldored Madam President
1) at the outset At last ,
t I we have come to "National BibbWeek" I President'Mrk: PII'nI1. "l
Mrs. Pansy:4 move that the details .'
1 in commemoration of the of '
opening our club rooms to '
1 r ; four hundredth anniversary of the ;
the community for rest rooms be
of the BIble. '
printing English I
referred to our house committee
I \ It is indeed fitting that we as a and that this committee: report toi
j the club a plan to be ratified by j
turbulent .
X the club before the opening.
"" b : wisdom that havoj j President: All u\ vor (state
come down to us through the ages motion) say Aye; opposed No. J
In the Book of Books. It contains The ayes have It. The chairmanof t
J all the answers, and it is npoet" I the house committee, Mrs.I
sible to overestimate its influenceupon Robin will please report at the, ;1 1oj'
the life literature art and'civilisation I next regular business meeting of
of English: speaking! the dub The action of openingthe '
people club rooms as community clubroom
Throughout the nation this week will be deferred until after I'' 4 rPAIE
mass meetings will be held and in II action Is taken upon the report of I
thousands of Individual churchesddreMSS : the details at presented: by the '
sermons and fitting home committee I .
ceremonies and pageants are Is there other business to come

planned before this meeting? If not, the '
Among our national leaders whomake chair will entertain a motion to ;
up the commemorative committee adjourn. ,
we find representativesfrom Madam President :\'

every walk In life, and thethought President: Mrs. Sweet William.
that such leaden giverecognition Mrs. Sweet William Madam
i to the Importance of I President I move this meeting sd- MJM wt GiGI Nb4ae
the occasion Is comforting to those I jour*, AWN/
who feel that our nation will advance Mrs. Pansy: I second the motion. fRJI'i1'1 "
? 7' .
only so long as we hold. President All In favor of ad- A1'1ZNA'N / 00MMATO
It. steadfastly to the teachings of the] Horning say Aye; opposed >:No. Al'lo.r ,4 .wan S7 'OI" '1

. Scriptur I The meeting Is"adjourned. Rape A064rA7 it 1C16aI1' i
"1 once lightly with gavel AJ.J"A.f' ItM' Q/1.

i f Don't Ti-y'ThIs- Notes There having ses a difference o-.RCGIM 7.17110 4
l of opinion In regard to ..

A drcular sent out,with a new opening the club house n was avery I r
style of eombln.Uon'II' for wise motion that Mrs. Pansy a result ef his outstanding performance at being' awarded positions en each .f their AB-
nursing bottles gives these directions made to have the details presented the ed position while playing football>> at the Vnlvtrslty > American elevens.
by the house committee. It Is of Florida .
: "This new patented device DALE VAN SICKLE *as
will give long Service and will be,1 reasonable to think that the house honored with a politics o. the mythical: AQ-Araei I The enormous SAWFISH as pictured above

worth many times Its cost if you Jean. Football Team of 1928, compiled by tits Associated was taken early In IBS} In Bean Cut, Boar Miami tby
use proper care. When the babyis I a refrigerator or well or on the Press Van Sickle's ability was also recog. a party of anglers aboard Bit yacht Bernie '
through feeding It must be unscrewed i i cellar floor. Jf the baby does nut | wised by such authorities as CrsntUni Rice The M. It measured
sixteen and ene-kslf feet .U
washed In cold water and 1! thrive on raw milk It should bel i United Press and tie International News Service, length and

put awajrjn 4 cool pace such II'| taUe&+Circb nge. I' weighed over 1.000 pounds ., 'I\


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October 13, 1985. THE LEADBR. ENTERPRISE Paw Five "J

:" records up to date. Topplno Emory: Orerlng, BiHy bob! asked Mr. Browns J i
: IMS. Mil BEGIN JOHN O. SALtKT POST N(). 41 tl ,
: a Clarence r-qber 18 taking his Clark and Billy Wahr&Mr. ; "Some of my seeds, replied\
l' senior life saving test at the pool Greene. AMERICAN LEGION'' '
CAGE BALL WORK this week. Junior life saving tests Greene was digging a holeIn ''SeedIt'' exclaimed Mr. Brawn, Mreta aNt and third "'......,
are being taken by Jack and Wm. his garden when the head of '"it took more like en* of mr I .. a. Aawrima U.... BM<. i\
McMtcheel Robert Sykee, Robert Mt. Browa appeared over the bens" (gill pMt erflM)South Knme Ate, 1f
o NEXT TUESDAY CapHnger, Theodore Knowtos, fence "It Is." said Mr. Green-"the "--d, ".,
r Teddy Hall, Orval Irwin, Phillip What are you burying In that seed are Inehh" \
a d,., !All of Last Year's First \
. Team Back; Newt

'4 'I>,! Faces Added ", ,
, j -
C >. Basketball practice for Homestead I f
; High School will start TuosI .
. day afternoon Coach Theo. JBleler ;
announced this week. /tJmOUoaI/
All of last year's first team will THE NEW
t ", several
be back: lit addition to new
:. boys and a number who will have
been "graduated' from the second
'. 'J.; {team of last year
l ''f: Last year'- teem was centered
f ; around Dt H. Delllnger, forward, 1936 PONTIAC. '
: and Clayton Lehman, guard, who i.
3! fere senior this year In addition
t last years team had Earl Smith,
r : ', small but fast forward, Labon
;r Bishop, a guard who Is much Improved '
, from test year, J. B. Clop 1. !
Inger, who alternates with Smith
: .t forward and Donald Sullivan,
. center, who played his first game '
t of basketball last year but got to SIXES and EIGHTS
be a standby at his position.
; Up from the Junior team come $
Richard Mattson, Pierre McDanlel aV
. Earl Rohrer and Martin Bishop
\ Otha Hackler Aubrey Cheshire, '
. 'Bill Vercoe and Manuel Hancock: # 70 ..", .\

. also will try for the team. ( ...1 '

'', Teams Dinner Guests : ;;

. v Of Brooker and Walton ;: ",,,,,_ !.':'i ; ': i
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.l :, I Henry Brooker, Jr., sponsor ol; Mates
the Brooker Lumber Co. diamond A c..I v.... I
ban team which won the second \ .
. half of the league play, and W. K.
"il tw: Walton, sponsor of Walton Nur-
.'/1 cries. winner of the first half i idm.
" It. pennant and the championship mar. t I
t lee, gave their teams chicken
upper at the Homestead Country
Club Tuesday evening.
' } Walesresent 'Wtftl I Ii
r;J,' Manager Toy Hobbs Bruce Kania,
Lloyd neW. Awel Borrow Bob ePf
'",'. Harris .t Elsie Young, Arthur
Trench. Alton Home Garland
Wynn and Bud Shanklin. 'i
'>_', Brooker ambers present were:
x.. Harry Hlner Edward LAST
Manager i BUILT TO
Brooker Herman Thomas, Ernest ana
Nell Elmer: and Ovid Sullivan,
:Wm. Bradley, R. J:. Sherard,
Claude Campbell. Marvin Shaw,
:B. A. Buchanan and WUburn Reed.
The umpires. Art Relchert and I 100,000 MILES !

tint.Stanley Wtttklj ,, also were pres. !

Still ConfiscatedBy I :

Constable i' the new Pontiac are IctUIUwijtd ren wore.
w 4 A three-barrel still was confiscated than before, with a new front-end, new '

by Constable Joe $car- ALL THAT'S BEST OF h".J1iShuuount Ds.difl'ereDtbood.difl'erentrlUlDill' t

borough Friday afternoon about .. r,., boards, and a decidedly different rear-end trealmestU I
halt a mile west of Redland read .
between Silver'Palm anoV HalnUn .ALL THAT'S.NEW, And that's! only the outside story of the pew FomUcs. '

drives The operators were not' The intidq story: is even more remarkable. The 1936 :
apprehended. Sixty barrels of ',.. L, Solid Steel "Twrol.Tep" todies by
fisher Silver Streaks are halt to fat IOOJXXI ...
mash were destroyed.
+ I r The brakes try tnple- aW hydr.ulicwith new
C Improved: triple...ealed hrdravJIa I
:All Who Passed Te UAskedtoSeeMr.Bleier 1 brakes with mew chrome-nickel warp-proofed drum ef fused Iron on stej sod molded

: ti'. alloydrums' lining The bodice are solid Sine "llrrret.Top'e I

.. Fisher Bodice with No-Draft VeatlUtioiv luwlated'il {
All who have passed the Junior' X. Znolosed Knee-Action on .1. eat ,
and senior Hie saving tests ate the Oe !_. B4* roofs and built-isi luggage and .,ar* tire -pan.

municipal swimming poet ere asked r ments. CJutch,brake,..ileixbe are even snsu.thrw, ,
to see fl\et1o J. Bleler city\ roc .. : 4, Sswwtkeet .. V Md arUnderngiaes '
Ration director, before Mondayfor I ilk Uver-eller beejrtagt while the Syncro-Mesh" i a>osi is Mlr t U every '

re-registration and and hll-pneew metered lebdosw speed. And the -.w..._ (MIMOOMUy
brln.ln'j .. .,
.' ?
< \ sites' t lubricating sveteme thai ace models low
4 WHEN ITS AN J l entire
I So 11.,1"". light-wdgw aicks16 the industry!

'., 1 alloy ptsosa These of court*, art ely the Ufbitchbl of what

f. A1lc ilsnsSyoow-M..k Iaasmt.dea awaits you at you Poetiiae dealer Be ONO U jet taw '

'f, reel of the story including the stanhos facts about
7'. SiampUCMI with .
starting aWma Pond.t.'..... ,-
i .' she ,,> .,, _. ,
t. Ceneie:U4 hag f.t. and spar yes .!<,'
,, N.... e.u.aI.rf..k..... .lMI.n-.P"N isw.ii' .
'-... *"*.r* t."** .ytfedea$750j
96 EJ;.. (am" to "0
.. .. I'"I. .. famsM 615
r.wrA-AeN.- -- Y. 10. -T widwW.J 1M aP). S ".,..
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-), Central Service Station G.U.A.C. TIMe Pryww4,
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Padre Sit THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday October 18. 193S.

and Mr*. T. C. Setter*. Mrs. Nash. city Community Church isgeodes. .fa |
is the former ..... Chariot** Williams. FLORIDA CITY The oar .. parked In iii !
granddaughter of Mr. and I Mrs. W. W. leery, C_pMdntMrs. J. A. Scvery yard. '
and Around Mn Seifert.
In .... and Mn. Coley Jones et j

I. H. Hlaer mad a buamess tripto Lucy Hole of Danville, HI Tuekegee. Ala.. visited friends kl
j jMr.
Jacksonville Monday. I has returned to spend the winter Florida City Tuesday.
Homestead i with .her son-in-law and daughter -
The Rev. and Mrs. L. 0. Adam : Mr. and ..... W. H. Sheffield.Mr. Mr. and Mn. Joe Palaxolla of 1 1Pecrtne "
are occupying an apartment .
have moved from the Theyer I
hours In Redlaad to Bonfte Grove and Mrs. C. Rennet and Mrs. In the Tarries building aid
I Valdoata. Ga.. Mrs. PalMoUi Is assisting Mrs
waJeh la owned by Mrs. R. Eva M. Laaarus of
and Mr*. H. A. Marsh, Mr. turned Monday; Mr. and Mn. B. ow are occupying Ike Hobart Brock- Tarries la the restaurant
B. ......
Marsh's nephew Austin Fields. C. Murphy and Mrs. Cattle Series ett garage apartmeot on Eighth
and Mr. Fields' mother, Mn. Chaa. who wen there from Wednesdaytill Greet Mrs Charlotte God and two
Field have com to make their Friday; and W. P. Cash Min Mrs. Vivian Rogen of Miami to children moved from the Maynard
home ea the E. F. Wyman placein Capitols Cash and Miss Ruth Dod- pending the week: with her .fatter house last week to the old Bigger
Mr. and Mrs. Tony tori and Mr.
Sheer Palm which they purchased son who went Friday and return Mr E. J. DyaL house on'Broadway.
1 and Mrs. Maxim arrived Friday
two ed Sunday
yean ago.Mrs. from Ipwtefi Man, for the winter
Mrs. Clinton Sommen of Miami
J. A. Seven spent several day
D. W. ShetaHne and her Fred C. Poock arrived from i* pending the week with Mr.Sommers' i season this week in Miami with bit son
daughter Mix O. W. Duseoberry Jacksonville the early part of this brother and sister-in-I and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.E. .
and Mrs. L. B. Sommen. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Helm and
W. .
of New York City an expectedto week to spend a short vacation Severy.Rainbow
arrive this week-end from New with Mr*. Poock and their I children returned last week from
1 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kuck and North Carolina where they had
York City where Mr*. ShcUllne children at their home on South I I Division Men
Mr. and Mrs. Honeycut all of Miami spent the summer.Mrs. .
has been for the put month, Krone avenue. Mr. Pooch formerly *
t trust officer and paymaster spent Sunday with Mr. and Elect Woods to Office
Mrs J. F MrCullough on Coconut Catherine Potter and Mn.1
of the veteran work camp on
Mr. and Mn. a L. Cook and I
their nephrw Hal Jarett moved the keys, la still connected with Palm drive. R. J. Shepherd of North Haven, W. H. Wood was elected vice-
back to their newly remodeled the veterans' work program In 7i I Coon, will arrive this week to president of the Miami subchapterof
home Florida, and stationed at Jack- Mr. and Dyal enter spend the winter at their home the Rainbow Division Association
yesterday. They have been
onvttJe. tained on Sunday Misses Alice and here. i of World War Veteran at ameeting
staying; with Mr. and Mn. W. J.
and McVicker
Juliet McVicker lira held In the Alcazar Hotel
dark while their house
wa being"Mode" of Miami and Mr. and Mn.
Oct. 0.Mr. .
Mr. 'and Mr Coley Jones of Mia Ruth Hoch and Miss Eve
Wm. McVicker of Newark, N. J. .
Woods i third
Tuskegee, Ala, visited relative lyn Sever of Miami were Florida
dent of the State Rainbow Division
Ja*. Barlow and hla idler, Miss hen Tuesday. City visitors Sunday. i
Mrs. R. H. Groover underwent I: Association and commander of
j Myrtle Barlow have come from an operation at the Post Graduate the Harry O. Hall post of the Veteran
Moor vl1Je. Ind.. to spend the Mn. J. T. Martin ha been in hospital Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. X. C. Aldrich and I of foreign Wan of Home-
winter in South Allapattah when sine Sunday' family will move this week Into stead.
they lived Jut winter. They plan ,1.- J. B. Smith of Statesboro GaJ I their home on West Palm avenue. H* served overseas with the
to make their permanent home In E. J. DM Bill Newton MackOwIdln and his son, Ja*. Ben Smith who I headquarters company of the IMth
tome put of Florida. and Doe Rawla left on have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Swain and Infantry of the Rainbow Division
10-day deep-sea Caning trip In Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Groover for their son of Ty-Ty Ga., have arrived
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Beam have I'a '. Dyal'i cabin cruiser, Melody the past three week plan to stay to spend the winter here. She: 'How old an you Mr.
returned from Shelby N. C. tin. Sunday till the holiday when Mrs. Groove Brown*
Wm. Fox who had been visiting er and her sister, Miss Cleo! Woodcock The Rev, and Mrs. M. A. Soperan He: "I am s sexagenarian. ;
relative In Shelby for two week John Bauer, Jr., ha returned : will accompany them backto occupying; their house car She: "Why you old reprobate.At '.,
returned with them. j jMr from Philadelphia to spend the Statesboro. while the revival at the Florida :your age, tool" .

winter with his father, John -.-..- -
*. Ctiaa. a Martin of I N. Bauer.
W. Eighth street hat been ill this
week.fdand. L. B Sommen attended the
Gulf District Educational Conference -
Mn. A. Z. Morgan and at tnvtrnes Monday.
Mr 1Ua blow came from Pa-
hokee Saturday to spend two day The Rev. and Mrs. A. A. Koest-
here ""Vrth Mn. DaDa ]Morgan I line made trip to Fort Lauderdale nor i. ,r
mothe I Mr. Morgan sod'Mrs.Inlovivnd Monday when Mr. KoesUlne
with Mr. and Mn.Chat. .I attended a meeting of the Methodist
O. Martin, their brotb r-ID- ministers of the east coast and F'Y
law and aiiter.Mn i Mrs. KoesUtoe attended a meetIng w
of the Better Half Club whoa
Sybella Chandler and her member an the wives of the min
daughter, Miss Alice Penny will I isters.
move Monday to the Menlo apartments -
In Coral Cable. Mn.i L B. (Spec) Danzey taking a
Chandler has leaned her home on course of Instruction for Chevrolet
Silver Palm drive to C. C. Payne,: mechanic In Jacksonville this
president of the First National I week-end.
Bank of Homestead. Mr*. Payne
and their three children will arrive -I Mrs. T A. Tsppenon, her mother
1 Friday from Panama City. Mrs. Caroline HUlburg and
her daughter Mia Kathryn Tap-
Ten from the Homestead Churchof person, all of Summit, N. J., an SAYS
God attended the camp meeting vlaiting Mrvjapenon's son-in- rtLLpw
held la Fort Meade last week. They law and daughter, Mr. and Mr*. M. THE OTHER
t Included: the Rev. and Mn. Ceo. P. RealM. ".' WttAT
Lorton and their Ion, Ceo. Jr., ; rt -t;; / t
I 4 who are expected to return Mr. and Mri ;;:. Nash of Miami _

a today J. H. Oodaon who re spent Sunday here with Mr. :t wr .-


ITS ONLY NATURAL for a manufacturer to praise. his V

; \ -:-.. own. product But, after all it's what the buyer thinksand i '

j ..t says that really counts. '

" '! j If you will take the trouble to inquire youll find hundreds of: [ .

: outstanding growers eager to say a good word for Gulf Fertal- ,

isers and Gulf Field Service. Why? Because year In and year e

If out Gulf Brands have helped them to grow quality crops '

i "economically. '

t ti' Gulf Brands are known as "Friendly: because their \ ; .

I .' reaction; la the soil is' friendly and non-toxic. Made expressly ? : '
I" for Florida soils they contain correct proportions of essential ; .
? a I r. plant foods each derived from carefully selected materials.: .

And Gulf Field Service means year round farm and grove tospectioa. -"| ".:

at BO extra cost-dependable advice about pest and .

disease control, cultural methods and fertilizatiOD'eactic
Start now with Gulf Fertilizers and Gull ; -*.:

.? Service. Then watch. the difference ia> ,:' 1
.""Vbe 701 sJct the refrigerator crops. .

far you bony roa want to gtt the :..

. : move Fos CIA lot Foyer 1tOOrf. Be seen 1 GULF FERTILIZER COMPANY -

; yon jet the toott. See the 36A Street South of Eat Broadway, Tampa, Floods

i Norje before jot boy.Come In

I You Can Buy Golf Brands of Fertilizer From "'.

Mrs. Trecy Chinnen, Manager B. K. PANCOAST, Field RepresentativePHONE ;:'

Homestead .arehou+ ae. Caaapbell St.

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Friday October 18 1985. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Face Seven \ 1,

r Tests Indicate Change From 5-8-5 T B HOSPITAL FOR 'j come negligence of the apptkatkm or deliberate by thestate ignoring I Mr.BIT and'l'EXAC'OUI.Cl'E.... t W SialUngsnave '

PWA office which resulted I bought the Texaco Barbecue
Potato Formula May Be Profitable SOUTH DADE SAID in its getting Into the last minute stand on South Kr me avenue' I'f

rush in Washington and not getting near Fourth street, fn-m Mrs A R.
(Cootiniwd from Page One) I j I II ed throughout the season the di- on the preferred lia'be Ua>'bean who bus been the proprietor I'
oil and Mil amendments a* limit- vided application was most profit- IN GRANT ASKED fight aplication has been taken I since the stand was opened l';
directly: to the White House because two
ed facilities would permit I I able. Last year which was rather years ago
"'trA over a tone-year period I a dry one for potatoes It was found of the adn aJatn&IIoD'1 Mr. and Mrs Stallings fonm.1vopcrntrd j
dealing specifically with variations I most profitable to apply all fer-, (Continued From Page One) known partiality to hospital pro the Cozy Dimr iWe I
from the more or lee standard 1 tibier at planting time. I made a survey of the tuberculosis tects.A .
4-8-4 formula Indicate that situation in the entire state and letter from the Dade County \
-Studies concerning the role 01' I
possibly! departure from thii" manganese in potato fertilizers found that the 67 counties separately Tuberculosis Association says that don't goat .
were spending annually it la imperative that Washington I :
customary analysis : have been divided into two parts,
be profitable One phase of investigation with enough money oa tuberculosis canto i team of Florida I Interest In getting your carBLIND '
one dealing amounts necessary
consisted of halving I operate, maintain and pay for these sanitariums, and organiations *
and the other with the number -
probably five district saaMortums public officials and ,
and doubting UM percentage ot
of a single years application V
ammonia phosphoric acid and potash of yean will be effective located at strategic point over Usestate. private clttiens are urged to telegraph i
The board then preparedan their senators and congressmen
respectively, and comparing:
for succeeding In '

yields with those of the standard crops. application to PWA for a grantof I I to seek White House support These hlddea labrfeaUe
to which
amounts, have been
formula. It wa found that in most 4J per cent and a loan of for PW. Docket No. Fla.-103i I plane mat be skipped Ia a
studied for four :years on the station -
Instances, doubling the ammonia per cent to construct and "I hit at mfr -grease Jea", tat 'i'
farm and on a large scale this Negroes Sentenced
content actually decreased the five such sanitariums-each I here we cheek and domblecheck. -
commercial 0.0
yield white reducing the ammonia past grower year, it has been a repeatedly contain 111 beds-end it was filed To Jail for Thefts: Me chaw ef Hissing.Aad .
content to 2% cent bad little I last February the Tex_ Quail \
per 1
demonstrated that 100 pounds of
The self-financing plan set upI Luther Hendricks, colored, who Lubricants we sue, sack aa t
if effect the yield. Doubling
any on ton of fertilizer
manganese per I provided that the counties in each was arrested by Police Chief Horner where Marfak, are made I
the phosphoric acid content is more profitable than heavier district could contract with the Sullivan and Patrolman W. H. II I
star: pet we save r-
significantly increased the yield,, applications for land which bat actlof '
night In the
Florida Tuberculosis Board for the Sykes: chassis frees wear
while cutting the original S percent had manganese the preceding year examination, hospitalization and stealing two pairs of shoes : same with year engine,
to 4 per cent materially reduced Facilities have not been availablefor
treatment of patients on a per from a local store was sentenced: : wheat we pit I* Texawe Meter .
the yield. Doubling the pot testing manganese results on patient basis. Each institution to six mon\hlln Jail by Judge W. Oil .And ye.*r* miles
ash content also Increased the "new"* land. The work dealing was to cost 750000. Nearly every F Brown In court of crimes Tuee I Ida ahead with Texaee fire
yields; but with somewhat lea, with the persistency of a single county has signified willingness to ,. He had Just finished a ninety i duet GaaellsM. Drive !.
linking result than were secured manganese application through :
cooperate.The day term for stealing from two aadeaaklBv
from the phosphate increase succeeding years Indicates that present effort is to over- other Homestead stores :
Halving the potash content usually yields are steadily decreased ai Marshall Burks colored, was I LET t.s
reduced the yield Summing up ; the number of :years without man Icantly outyielded those containing caught by Constable Joe Scarborough I
this phase of the work, then it I ganese Increase. Apparently It only U per cent: Sunday after a wild chase MARPAKTOCTt
teem reasonable that the ammonia seems advisable to apply! manganese This past season a series of around Henderson's Camp eight. CAR
(or nitrogen content of the sulphate each season. plots was treated with sine, copper miles east of Homestead and was i
standard formula could: be reduced I Tor several years sulphur and iron manganese, magnesium, calcium sentenced by Judge Ben Willard
and the phosphate and potash content gypsum: were added to the soil In and sodium chloride (table of criminal court to 12 months In :, Texaco Service Station

increased In the interest of some plots with the regular fertilizer salt). These various elements 'jail for stealing clothing from the : DON TALBOTT, Prea.
higher yield Working on this hypothesis but these applications were were tested singly! and In various 'residence of John Hudson, also I
a 3-12-a formula was' apparently not profitable althoughthe combination, each being appliedon colored. i SKrome&athSt.Phone .
worked out at a cost gypsum at a 1000 pounds per an equivalent rate per acre Preliminary hearings were before : 9103
ly the same a* for approXlmale-1 I acre increased the yield slightly bails of 100 pounds of 63 per cent Justice of the Peace Sid 1..1|
tested in detail on Applications of manure broadcast manganese sulphate. The only: Kendrick Monday
and on a larger scale with a st the rate of ten tons per acre materially material which proved of sufficient
grower last season. The outcome I' ;. increased yields but because interest to Indicate commercial
of these tests showed an increasein of the high cost Involved, possibilities was 89 per cent sine
yield for most of the 3-1J-8 1 I were not profitable. sulphate applied at the rate of 00

plot although the average increase i I Comparisons have been. made pound per acre It was interesting -
was'not great la this connection I of the relative value of different to observe that the plots to
it must be pointed out that! source Of potash and Inorganjj whMh line sulphate was Applied

there were" ,also.instances to heR .nitrogen,*.TWO ?saw test *ttur Slightly outyielded plots to which
prvvtotu+tests'In which some of 'paring the sulphite and tourists manganese sulphate was added.
individual plots did not alwaysagree forms of potash indicate that the This effect was obtained however,
in result with the majority i sulphate form produces slightly on land which had received some I
"Another phase of fertilizer investigation higher :yields, although the Increase manganese the previous year.
involved the testing of,, has not been large. Considering Concluding: this brief report, I 4
different amount per acre. This' that the tourists form is a which coven only one phase of the .r
work has been carried on for three;I cheaper source, no great differencein truck crop program of the Sub-
:yean, both in carefully controlled net profit was realized. Similar tropical Experiment Station, It 1
test on the station's farm and on tests with inorganic nitrogen cannot be emphasized too strongly .
a larger scale with co-operating I sources Included a comparison of that these results are not to be
i grower The first year, of the nitrate of soda with sulphate of considered as final recommendation -
1000, 2000, and 3000 pound applications ammonia The average yields It la felt, however that 7 T 1t 1
tried, the 2000 pound rate' were slightly higher where the even with the possibility of further t Ii I-
proved most profitable The following sulphate of ammonia form was research altering the character
used. of the suggentkyu nude the information -
year a 1500 pound application I
was inserted in the series,I, "Comparing different percentages will prove of some value <
and proved about a* high yielding i of organic ammonia in complete to the grower in acquainting him : tr.
a* the 2000 pound rate. Last sea i! formulas it was found that more intimately with the scope of a
son a comparison of these two fertilizers with 84% of the ammonia work being carried on at the sta- I
amounts was made on a more extensive from organic sources signif- tlon."
scale, and it was found that j I mn I I
while in some Instances the 1500 II

pounds proved most profitable.,inmost I AFTER"-the Use of
case the 2000 pound rate, I aNew
outyielded it sufficiently to more I

.k. than for the With increased the realization t fertilizer -': Announcementto :I Housing Administration -

that the amount of fertlUiaer need ,
ed for most economical results I I Modernizing Loan-
the Farmers of South
may very likely depend upon the;
\' climate conditions prevailing tony .
6 given season the work. Is be-I -

l, Jag continued. I Ir Dade County I There are few old Howe in good neighborhood in the

! : "A. comparison of- the. relative I .. .. I United States whose value cannot be increased THREE
r' advantages of applying fertilizeri DOLLARS for every, doHef spent in modemoinq end improving
.', all at planting,, and ptrtat-pUot-1 I them.Everybody '
ing and the remainder a month I the for time; but it tit.
y II (bet known a long (
\ later, ha been made during the We have laboratory facilities for .
i. Two faUl money' to male money-OR RATHER IT DID.
put two masons year ago,
t.. when moisture was well distribut- YOU CAN MAKE YOUR THREE DOLLARS FOR ONE
making salt determinations on your NOW without the necessity of a building or improvement
i(, fund local imrthrbom whose lost are insured

. Turner's Funeral Home soils. Don't be in doubt Let us give I through the FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION w,8
toes the need to mate
you' money you. money on your

,,; a4-HR..AMB11AJ.CE, AtiseeaslPkvne SEKTICEUa you this free service in the interest of '- .. ,,.YOU property CAN-end- '

,1' II4-R Hooeawad.. Fit I.r Borrow from |IOO t* $2000 without a -

better crops.SOILHDE. mortgage.MRepsy I
( tKa money mearfUy ever a five

f' CITY DRAY veer period.leafo ,
; ... your work withe- a DOWN .
I .
"( ef say kid at SJTJT
Come ;/1 or telephone fotkr.-e'll jiveyou
tune. Safe delivery gaartja-
r all Me loch and allow forte fee ,
Inc.CARL you gin
/ *- PIIONE 513-W 1

J.t fl.', MilkFedFryersFRESH:- F. WARNER, Agent I Ii i W. D. Home Co. Inc.

cees ral.- South Flagler Avenue Phone 27 ,

FEED lACKS Hardware, Lumber, Building Materials
Mrs. C W, McEwraM I.l I.

H. K. still St. HomeKtesrLFU.. ... Phone 507-


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Paine Eiirht ._. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday. October 18. 19 5.

'the youth of today to be the rightly Beginner to Have Hour
PLEADS Civil Service Coleman
FOR 200 Urged by
'I trained controlling power of tomorrow -I At Band Rehearsals '
," he aaid. :
For of Sheriffs Office
DADE BOYS SEEN Scoutmaster A. A. Koeitllne of Employees
Homestead laid that many of the I At the organization meeting of
youth of today are discouraged I (Continued From Page One) !' President Johnston told of the I the Redlandj Community Band
HEADED FOR JAIL, by the seeming Inattention and ins line adjournment for the summer community band that the asso- held last night in Farm Life audi-
lack of encouragement on the part announced that the com- elation U tponiorlng The meeting torium under the direction of
-- of their. elder "The dad docare munity building fund contained voted to open membership In University of Miami bandsman It
Mrs. Walker Thinks Trade said he, "but they forget $1,500 and that the number of the band to women ai well a* men. was decided one hour of instruction -
that their boy are yearning for subscriptions for flOO ind $200 starting at T:SO, will be> de-
Schools May Partly their companionship and guidance already received and more that The long Bedlands', composed voted to beginners, and the MO-
Solve Problem Youth had been by Chaa Prttt and adopted a* theaiaoclatloni
today need adult encouragement promised indicted that ond hour beginning at 830 will
of the right kind. the association would be able to! official long, wa be for advanoed players.
Redoubling of the effort of Ro. Build up the foundation of these erect a better building that had' lung by a group of students of The next practice will be held
tarlene\ In getting boy to continue )'outhaG be strong and without at tint been planned. :Itedland. school Angellne WaUh. of next week.
Thursday evening
through the upper grade of high' ; ault." Mr*. L. L. Bow Homestead municipal Virginia Delaney, Yvonne Proth-
Announcement W.
made that
tchool and ee-opemtton in working librarian and publisher of ero, Ethel Robert, Gwendolyn wa
Following a auggMtloo by Carl D. Home Co. In Homeatead' ha
out way and mean ., Wagner that movement be started Cycle, quarterly magazine of Campbell, George Fletcher Roy
the agency for Conn band Instruments -
Nelson and. Donald Sickle with
providing added vocation. for poetry, announced that ihe would
a community golf course and there will, therefore
to hold their Interest and to piano accompaniment by DorothyBon.
course President Chas Pratt appointed donate the building fund any be no necessity for going outside
provide a pnctleal Incentive tottheir Mr. Wagner chairman money from subscription to themagazine Community singing wa led
a oom- the district to order them.
remaining in school, wed I' made by members of by Miss Ellen Nyberg, Instructorof
rnttt.** to Include ell member of
Urged by Mn C K; Walker, me,.. the civic Improvement commlt- the association. h music In the Itedland and The organization and practice
bw of the Dud Homestead. rqhool last night was directed: by Cha
County school tie. Buckner BeuUy, George F Carl Wagner principal of Red-
board, in a talk to the Homestead Bight John P. Neabey, J. J. land achool. announced that then The next meeting of the EedJUnd. Stoltman. Assisting him,were Edward -
]notary Club. Wednesdaynoon.. Forte and H, F Short, would be a t"'Orram.tonl&ht at District Improvement Aiao- Hansen, clarinet player,
Two hundred boys In Dad Lion selected for the Uw,' corm Farms Life auditorium br outstanding elation wilt be held oa Oct. 28 Harold Hall oboe:Carl Fein,trombone -
County are headed fUr the chain tat W. musicians of'the county, in the :RedJUod sehool auditorium. Harry McComb: comet,
Tuesday night wen K
Samuel Welae, born, and
gang, according to statistic that Wood, J. JL McLendon Lawrence and that the money collected will W. L. Dkkawv president ot the French
how one bey in every 79 ends to Pope, Mr N* faey and George be used for the new school band. Miami junior Chamber o( Commerce Rex Hall drum
Jail or ought to end then If Mot Cooper Sam DavU, Harlay Con, will be the ipeaker
his legal desserts Mn Walk an4 Mr. Forbes wen judge LIt with a Lion key for having 'Dont you mla your husband
or nld She made an appeal for' Caltaher conducted the contact brought two new member into Willie: "8 wish you had this when. I* traveling
the saving of these 200 boy*. Next week Kara( >111 be W. a the club toothache Instead of me" "Oh, no, 1 have a wonderful
She named four 'lacka as responsible > Talbott Cha Cox T. E. Kirby, Program chairman J:. L. Lawrence Mother: "But that* very cruel, scheme; I prop a newspaper up In
for the delinquency' of Ceo. W. Turner Jr.. and Tom announced that Wax Pruitt, 'dear" front of his plate at breakfastand
the 200 potential young crlmlniusin Torbert Miami attorney, would bebe I Willies -Yes but you can take I often completely forget that
this county: (1) lack of the right J. J. McLendon was presented speaker at next week meeting I your teeth out"-Ex. he Unt there,"-Ex.
:; Jiome- Influence, due to broken up
: homes: (2) lack: of church and II Ir
j !j Sunday' school training; (3) lack
of practical course attractive
enough to hold in school boy to I I
1 : whom academic studies do not appeal I
; (4)) lack of occupational
training II,

: : The average criminal doe not, JOIN YOUR CHAMBER
have a high school education, she 1
Mid. The longer a boy 1* kept Inachool .
and th more education he I
gets the Jeae likely la he to. have;
criminal teftdencto The gnat!)
sifting out process "glM la, the
seventh grade and increase a* the OF COMMERCEAdd

grade get .hlghee the aaldl la I '. .
\ Homestead and Itedlaad schools "
Mn.Walker said there an splendid .
examples o| extra attraction r
: put Into the curricula In the form)
I of vocational agriculture and ,
manual training Then ought to
be something wise la the county'seducational ,
system-such a* trade I :
schools she Your Name to This List

their She Scout. bet'I I

A program "" S. E. Livingston, F. II. Redd
; by the team which was second low
In the contest which ended recently -I Pratt Development Company O. a Parker

"j Herbert Turner wa matter R. L. Walker P. B.; Bird

i : of ceremonies. i I. Leo L. Peyser Andy Terberu

; W. l\ Cash Dr.. M. A. BergerParmanLehman
1 VALUE OF SCOUT] ., \ E'L. Lawrence Packing Co.

\ 'I W..Maxwell Smith Rosenthal Distributing: X.
I WORK AS-CITIZEN ,; \ Edward; Stilinjf .. W. K. Walton

it f l ; BUILDER IS TOLD;; ? Dr.Tom'Llndsay,J.B. Tower J.Dixie D. Redd Drug Company

____ I Ij Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. C.T.Fuchs, Sr.
j Lions of the Redlaod District I If P.. J. Franklin ; G. A. West '

f heard talk by a Girl Scout, a Boy! Roy Chandler L. B Sommers- $
Scout and t Scoutmaster at their '
Bird Chevrolet Co., *
weekly meeting hr their den on L,34 Bridges ,
Silver Palm drive I C. L. Tweedell Henry Brooker, Jr. t

J' From Geraldine Jells of Home Frank Skill A. M.. Byrom x
stead they learned what the.motto
George N. Wakefield If. A. Cameron
"Be Prepared." means to a Ctrl I 4
Scout -that she prepare herself Max's Department Store T. B. Webb P

not only to meet emergencies In I Geo. W. Turner, Jr. II G. Thurman
the pc:rfit but also for everyday
Mack HanUe J E. McClun
life in the future*She sates f' .
r "We learn first aid some girl T" E, Kirby Rcdtand Motors, Inc
J do not bony what to do tn aa J. R. Brooks Thos. Theus, "

; emergency u*,th M and thing UH Wt Scoutingteaches learn I II >i Geo..W. T. Snare' 'I .':'f.> G; W.-DriwewJw .... ....;. > -

the clothe we should wear and I Subtropical Experiment Station L. Burton '/ .
how they should be mended We!! A. F Arthurr 'l &: '. Carl Deden .. -, ; t.

learn what a maid I doe, what a1 E C. Chronister R. S. Dunn .f r/,' .
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hostess doe and what a guest doeI.l "
We learn what eon of dress and Homestead Building & Loan Auan"lneeJ1.

ahoet to wear oa a hlfct, what Meat Archer W. E. Rheney

while l. outdoor activities, Herman Marks Mae Morris ,,," -,. -..**.. .w'

t what on camping to eat trip when and we such an,. just and Pint National Bank of Homestead Dr. J. .A. Smith .; r ',. -."'* :: "1":'* .:

.( staying Indoor. James Wollam ... .... .. ,T. B. Grantham ,1+ j.. Jt.+# ." .
"We have self-government+ ILL; Cook f : ':-'!' :; ..J : lI 1 nte .:Fnrnitur.e'. =Comjiany.?J.:-.-. .': ...
, ; make out rule and lUck to them. I.. :. : ., : ; .. ,..
; We km Math work and cooper I II .. : :
I ation-40 b* the right kind of i .
citizen After a girt has taken ,
the Scout training the 1* prepared
for her future lite,"

reminded Eagle Scout the Lion Clarence that Froecher It was MEMBERSHIP DUES ONLY $5.00 A YEAR

UP to them. adult of today to


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Friday, October 48, 1935. THE LEADER. EN'rERPRlSB: Pair NineHomestead

try Leola Little; dairy Annabel' Mile Donate June WaUaoe. Mils Moon *a to be next hosteu. Mia
Redd; canning Catherine Orfan- I WUell Dullard Miss Mottle CMlln Thlesert'Vas there and we had target h
I High School News edes; social, Louise Barnes; handicraft *, Mia Florence Pancoast, Miss practice while other played
and home earnings, Margaret Vera Parker Wilbur Ward, Eugene: games.
Field; and exhibit, Fern Robert- Saunders, Lloyd Walters, Harry -
soil. Brown Teacher: "Utuetflshoeas la vol..
Br LEOLA LITTLE Francis Irwin Labors Bishop -
___________n'.n____.___.' __ ...' Talk on 4-H courtesy and on Sam Allen, Billy Moffett, untarily doing without the thing
The senior class U to have IU the use of =pool: The purposeof I what one may achieve by being a'' Billy Radford, John Fredrick E. we need. Can you give me an ex-"
ample of unselfishness Johnnie?
first claw party, t protrusive din this 1* to Insure safety in the I 4-H girl were given by Freda Hancock B Blackburn, Myron Orennell. i
ner. Friday night. The tint top water. Mr. Dialer la instructing and Nor Aken. We then Gene Hunt, Virgil GrenneU, Earle Johnnie: "Me. I go without a
bath when I need lt.-Ex.:
U at Mn, Margaret Becker1 home; the swimmer and beginners ao discussed the opportunities a 4-H Smith, Alvin Simmons, Whitney
the second, at Mn. J. T. Vann't that they may be able to take their girl has. Beam. Aubrey Cheshire, Roy Mar
home; the third at Mr. Lee Leh. junior and senior life saving testa. Hostesses for next week are tin. D. H. Dslllnf. Jack: Draper
m n'i home; and the fourth at All the boy and girl that have Freda Hancock: and Katherine Or- Edward Kirby Grady Walters
Mr*. Carl Deden'i home. Each had the junior and senior lifesaving fanede Two week from Tue* Clayton Lehman, Tommy Moffett ATTENTIONTOMATO
pupil may then take a friend with tests are required to take day we are to bring Christmas and Gea N. Wakeritld. FARMERS
him to the Country Club for them over again. This must be Ideas Mr, Redd brought tome
dancing. done by Tuesday. All plant that she gave to the girl to GIRL SCOUT NEWS r+
should take
advantage of plant
The first public peaking class cause It not only protects them, Those present were: Mrs. Redd By Mary Arthur Scribe -
gave a pantomime at the P.-T. A. but others a* well. Mother and Julia Frances Sullivan, Goldia! and .. ., .-
meeting Tuesday .(t l' OOII. The father should urge their childrento i Lou Belle Grennell Mildred Field, The meeting ol Oct. 11 wa held WB DAViE: A
two older public peaking classesare take the teit Fern Robertson, Priscllla: Freed, at the home of Mrs Frank Skill.
now practicing for two one- Louise Barnes, Rachel. Norma, and Maps wen figured out and started
act play tor the Junior carnival The girl' physical education\ Eloise Gossman, Nora Akers,Katherine on by ElIzabeth Mcllwatn. Virginia Fresh Stockof
which to be held Friday Novem- classes are having diamond bat Orfanedea, Mary Alice Duncan Dorsey Nina Dyal. Lucille
ber 1. The shows are to be run matches Annabel Redd, Freda Han- West and Mary Arthur. Map
continuously.The cock and Leola Little. have been drawn by other girl In Seed

r The students are expressing .- ... the troop also.Geraldlne t

junior claw baa elected another I themselves artistically In biology. Homestead F. F. A. Newt Rests and Elisabeth GUI ITS MtRGLOBE
t room mother, Mn A. F. Ar- The class may turn out to be an Skill helped Mary Jo Close Bar-
thur. art clan before long. By Temmy Hoffett bara Bluer Vara Rheney, Ath- GLDTK'g SCARLET TOPPER

afternoon wiww w."wwwww. ww..wwwwwThe ley Kemp, Mary Frances Rutland FKKKY-MOKHK MiRGLODB
Last lda the pupils Mr. Wakefield now ha a part Homestead chapter of Future and Wava Horton with the knots
were let out school at 2:10: time class for the younger boy Farmers of America had a required In Girl Scouting.We LIVINGSTON GLOBE
because of a P.-T. A. meeting. Weall that are out of school. They have hay-ride Friday night, October U. voted to have a Halloween LIVINGSTON a
t wish this would happen more a regular class period every Monday The members and their guestson party and one girl from each patrol MlltGLOBK
often for w. do like to hear Mr.' night at '::30. Mr. Wakefield the truck of hay started at T la to be on the party committee. -
t Sommen lay, "We will kip want all orders for rose cutting o'clock from the Future Farmer .
period today". In by November 1 because he I II clubhouse and went to the Seven All Girl Scout having old uniforms -
lending the order then. : Mile rockplt where popcorn was are asked to turn them In at Hector Supply
| Mr. Lucas room also ha elect-I served then to Guild hall where Mr*. Skill'.
| ed its home room mother They Classes' arenow expressing a de- I a grand march wa given to start A cookie sale 1* to be carried on
are Mr. W. K. Walton and Mr. ire to have clam due*. i the party. Crow and crane, a In March. The profit Is to be used Company
t. T. D. Plchf wheel barrow relay crawfish and, to send as many girls as possible
;; other games, a* well a* regular I to camp, A note of thank for the
boy a now having
All pupil are looking forwardto ing matches during the noon five-minute prom were enjoyed. flower tent to Mrs. Wolfe was Homestead Fla.
Friday,although some may have After the game were over each i received.
cess and these matches
a lad face when It arrive because person wa given a favor, and Ice Mary Arthur wa hostel Anna
pupil very much. : I I
we hall then receive our cream wa served.
card report ,N..............................." ...,_.......""..... When they left Guild hall they i

II. II. S. 4-11 CLUB 'went back to the clubhouse, where I' Green: : Lantern: Rcstauran

The senior class wonder If It ..-,.....--.......-..-....-......- hotdogs pickles and punch were ADJOINING HOTEL REDLAND
will have an opportunity to skip served. I'
school: on purpose eometlme*. ;,It Tuesday.the 4-H girl*'met With Those present were: Miss Helen, Bleak, Chicken Dinner tae
hat-not* seen the school schedule,; Mrswrretf' K *.i; the..der.1Ii the "Vest, Miss Joan Kellum Min Betty r.* iilar Dinner SOf Vegetable Plate set
because one has not been made ..}I room. Bowen Miss Ruby Kneal Miss All Kind of Home-nude Sandwiches
yet, It seem I Chairmen for the year were ap Jane Draper Miss Louise Pacettl
pointed. They are: membership, r
Since the physical education pupil Julia France Sullivan; lawn Improvement Casey; "I hear" that your wife Is d
have now had one month of' Nora. Aken; gardening sick Clancy.
play and exercise they BO longer 1'I Mildred Field; clothing, Norma ; Clancy: "She U that. .
and Gouman; record Priscilla Casey: "I* it dangerous she is?"
get sore say Teacher. I just Who Owns
cant play because my muscle freed: publicity and reporter' Clancy: "Devil a bit. She's tooweak
sure do ache." 1 Leola Little; home improvement, to be clan'eroUillew.-Ex.
Mary Alice Duncan; foods and niittrltkMW J
The artist of, the school now Lou Belle Grennell;.pout- BEAD THE WANT ADS_ j The Telephone CompanyMORE
have an opportunity to display
their kill because the juniors are
having a contest to see who can
make the most,attractive poster The Redland Cafe than eight hundred thousand k;
for the of advertising their
purpose own the te.iritl i (II the af
carnival. The who r
wins will
one 11
Bell and moil ol these
Telep one System
receive a ticket to the main show MRS. A. NABOBS Prop. '
and to three side show folks are small Investors, No person owns
SUNDAY DINNER 50c 'I as much as one-fifth of one per cent ct the

Mr. Blackburn' Englass Class I 'I i outstanding stock. The tartest .Sin le
Is dramatizing Treasure Island". Roast Duck or Fried ChickenVEGETABLE stockholder an insurance company; has t

out The pupils are writing and acting PLATE !5f CLUB BREAKFASTS up less than one per cent and the average y..
the part holding Is only twenty.eight shares per
Each Wednesday the boy physical -
education classes will have Nearly half of the stock of the Dell System is

owned by women, about two hundred and ten thou
I sand of whom are housewives. There are about
ninety thousand clerks and salespeople who have Invested -
their savings In this business and thirty\ thou
I sand manIJallaborers.

Brooker Lumber Co. Inc. i There are other thousands of farmers, merchants
professional men and others In every Slate of the
II baton who have placed their money and faith In the
telephone Industry Trust funds for educational: \ institutions -
PHONE 62 churches, orphanages and homes for the

'" aged whose funds must be carefully guarded, have
invested large Amounts in this business.No .

other Is owned by so many different
.t! Everything: forjtheBUILDER company
people as Is the Bell System.It .

." : Is this vast army of small Investors who own the
-, ." ->- telephone business and it Is these folks who have by
their sacrifice and saving, supplied the capital to
build for you the world's finest and best telephone /i
J. '. ir : > .' .-. system They own the telephone company.'
: :, : : l .
.. .. .. Anything affecting the financial stability cf this
-.... .. ". .' ..
business directly affects (hem, as well as the army of
telephone worker who are devoting their lives to furnishing .

We have blanks for you the very best service possible during food
application times and bad at a cost to you as low as possible,
consistent with financial safety
government loans
.e V. T. POWE, Florida Manager i

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph' Co.


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LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday October 18,1936.
Page Ten .

.-w FRIENDS: GIVE FAREWELL Deuel: !,. Mr$. H. Johanning. Ma,
The Calendar PARTY FOR MISS PENNY I Geo. W. Turner, Jr., Mn C. Sip
A number of friend of Miss I Flummer. Mrs, M. A. Baker MW
Alice Penny gave her a surprise A. W. January, Mrs. H. J Armstrong o a
Oct. 18-Musical program in Wednesday night Mn. Anna Meuersmlth
Social EventsREDLAND farewell party ,
I Redland High School at 8 p. m. I
at the home of her mother Mn Mn. Soper, Miss Estelle Turner
Oct 21-Social meeting of the Sybella Chandler. Mn Chandlerand and Mn E. M. Verona, a visitor ,

I Junior Woman's Club of Home- Mine Penny plan to move to

stead. Coral Gable Monday. P.-T. A. ROOM MOTHERSTO

TEACHERS WILL BE HONOREDAT Oct 21-Redland community Dancing and swimming were en- i MEET AT 2:3' TODAY

supper and reception for teachen Joyed.: Ice cream and cake were Mn. J. W. English, membership
COMMUNITY SUPPER MONDAY NIGHT at 6 p. m. In Redland Community served. : chairman of the Homestead P,-',

Church parsonage. Miss Penny's guests Included: : A. has announced a meeting of the ,,
Teachen of-- Farm W. M. S. CIRCLES HOLD Oct. 22 Woman's Club of Misses Ann and Jane Penny, Miss room mothers at 2:30: today to '
Lite School will be guests of honor OCTOBER MEETINGSThe Homestead Guest Day meeting at Helen Wilt Miss Frances Doney, check up on result of the membership -'
tt a community supper at the parsonage four circles of the Woman'i 3 o'clock. Miss Vera Parker, Marvin Pritch- drive that i* being conducted

of the Redland Community Missionary Society of the Homestead Oct 22-Areme Club meeting/ ard, Gerald Walker, Ben Pulley, : by them this entire week. The
Church Monday evening at I Iclock. 6 Methodist Church met Tuesday with Mrs. Fred Suber. Harry Brown, Albert Reitz, Clay- I meeting will be held in the clinic
.' Mr*. J. r. McCullough,, afternoon. Oct 22-Fint meeting of Ag ton Lehman, Robert Kllch and room of the Neva King Cooper \
Mrs. M. A. Baker and Mrt. Dave
J. R. Brook home. Harold Brenner.
Circle One which met at the Club at
Kufeldt are making arrangement home of Mr S. J. Davis voted to Oct 23-P.-T. A. county council i Mn. W. K. Walton I* chairmanof .
for the supper, a pot-luck feast change the meeting day from meeting/ In Redlland at 10 a. m. BIRTHDAY DINNER IS the high school room mother t

The Rev. Stanley Lowell of Miami Tuesday to Wednesday to avoid Oct Presbyterian Auxiliary GIVEN FOR MRS. GAMBER land Mrs. E. L. Lawrence, of the'. r

will be the speaker at the program conflict with Parent-Teacher Association meeting with Mn. Paul Haley in Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Ball gave a elementary school mothers. .'
In the church which will meeting Mn. J. A. Mc- Florida City. chicken dinner party Sunday in -
follow the aupper. Mn. Walter Nelll presided, and Mrs Davis Oct 24-All day meeting of Red- honor of the birthday of their MRS. tt COLLIER ELECTED:
Baton will play a piano solo and led the devotional part of the pro- land Ladies' Aid Society with Mrs.' daughter, Mrs. E. G. Camber. A W. M. U. CIRCLE LEADER '
Dr. H S. Wolfe. a violin tolo. Mr*. gram. Thos. Brewer. large birthday cake was cut Circle Three of the Woman's

t Ceo. E. Deuel, Mrs. M. A. Soper Plan were made for the Novem- Oct 15-Men's Night and benefit Coven were laid for: Mr. and Missionary Union of the First Baptist .
/ and Mr*. L. G. Adam are on the ber and December meeting party at the Woman' Club of Mn. Geo. F. Ball Of Miami, Mr. Church elected Mrs. H. Collier
program committee. the Redland and Mn. R. E. Reed, Miss Evelyn leader at a called meeting at the -
Present Mn. Vlvan Booth,
were: Oct. 29 Neighborhood Bridge Camber, Mr. Camber, James home of Mn. W. T. McConnell
Mn. R M. Clbbs, Mn. Davis Mn. ::::1
1 MRS. RANK WEBB I Club meeting at the Lee H. Leh- Clayton Camber and the host ; Thursday afternoon last week. .
McNein. Mn. C. M. Redd Mill
t GIVES BRIDGE PARTY man home. hostess Mr*. W. D. Coker was elected
Redd and" Mill Alice
Mrt Frank Webb entertainedwith Marjorie Oct 29-Redland Ladles' Aid treasurer; Mn. W. E Lewis assistant .r
1 a bridge party at her home Davis. benefit Halloween party at Red- REDLAND AID PREPARES leader .M,.. McConnell
Saturday afternoon. Mr. Bevo Mrs. J. L. Ballard was hostessto ,'land Community Church parson FOR HALLOWEEN PARTY social service and home chairman f
Webb won the high core prize, Circle Two at her home on Avo. age. The Ladies' Aid Society of the ; Mn. S. L, West mission v
Mrs. Stacy Hawkins, the second cado drive. Mn. Ceo. Hanson Oct. 31-Junior Woman's Club Redland Community Church 1* study chairman; and Mn. J. R. f
prize, and Mn. Ceo. Frick, the read the Thirty-second: Psalm and Halloween dance at Homestead preparing for the benefit Halloween Pope personal service chairman. :;

consolation prize. Ice cream and conducted a devotional on "Cod's Country Club. party it will give on Oct. 29. Mn. Lewis gave the Scripture :
cake were ...rved.Th. Will, Not Ours". Nov. I-H. H. S. Junior carnival Last week the society met at the reading and this was followed by t ta
guests were: Mn. Carl Ded- The circle voted to give a musicale at Neva King Cooper School. home of Mn. Dave ufeldt Mn., prayer by Mn. J. Tom Vann. /a
en, Mn. Elizabeth Fuchi. Mn. T. at the home of Mrs. Ballard Nov. 9-W. M. S. business meet- M. A. Soper who had charge ofj
J. Fault, Mri. E. H. HIner, Mn. early In November. Mrs. J. E. the study hour took her topic from' W. C. GROVE MEETS d f
C H. Steffani), Mn. H. P. McDanJel. Davis and Mrs. Hanson were appointed Ing.Nov.. Homestead P.-T. A. executive the Book of Act WITH "MBS. PACETTI

Mn. Wm. Rheney, Mri. How I on the entertainment COmmittee committee meeting. Present were: Mn. F. W. Still-I At the meeting of Royal Poin- ;
ard Johnson, Mn. J. H. Webster, and Mn. E. S. Caplingerand Nov. 6- Supper Club meeting I man, Mrs. Geo. W. Turner Sr., clana Grove, Woodmen's Circle,
Mn Lee H. Lehman, Mri. W. R. I Mn. Hanson on the refreshment at J. H. Webster home.WOMAN'S Mn. August Heuer, Mn. Geo. E. (Continued on Page Eleven) .!
Bird, Mn P. B. Bird, Mn. Bevo committee.
Webb, Mrs Hawkins and Mn. I Present were: Mn. J. E. Davis I
Frick. Mri Wm. Bradley, Mn. 0. L, CLUB TO HAVE .
Showalter, Mn Ballard Mrs.
MISS MABEL WILLIAMS flanson and Mrs. Davis. Tuesday will be Guest Day at
the Woman's Club of
IS HOSTESS AT PARTY Circle Three met at the homeof Homestead 1
Twenty were present at a party Mn. J. J. McLendoH where and a program will be given at :3 "

\ given by Win Mabel Wllllami at Bible study was conducted by o'clock. 1 J
the honw' of her brotherinlawand Mist Jennie LobdelL Mrs. Ore Ned, president, and
sister, Mr. and Mn Stacy : Othen present were: Mn. Go: Miss Jennie Lobdell who are arranging t.t

Hawkins, Tuesday evening. Card Sonnlchsen, Mn. John A. Webb, the program report that ,
the speaker of the afternoon 1
games, dancing, games and contests Mn. A. O. Cain, Mn. Joel J. Robinson -, will }
be from
were enjoyed. The hostess Mn. H. L. Brown, Mrs. It Miami.
was assisted by her sister Miss P. McDaniel, Mrs. Casper Wll, )
Mary Williams. llama, Mn. J. H. Webster, Mn. Pi I
Present were: Miss Marjo Mace B. Bird, Mrs. Bruce Ennls, Mrs ARE ANNOUNCEDThe ,1
4-H clubs of the district ..
v, Miss Marie McMichael, Miss A. A. Koeitllne Mn. A. B. Slaglo. 1
Helen West, Miss Clrglnla Frick, Circle Four held a quilting session will meet on Tuesdays this year, .
Mia Jane Draper, Mill Helen at the home of MX*. A. S. announce Miss Pansy Norton, 1EN1i.

; : Sleffanl, Mill Marcia Cauzeni May. Mn. F. Fleltas led the de-I demonstration agent.
The Homestead
\ Whitney Beam, Wlnfred Owens, votional. Elementary 4-H
1 I Billy Arthur, Robert Cast, D. H. Present were Mn. J. D. Redd,' Club will meet at 11:15: under the J

\ 11i I. j Bellinger, Tommy Moffett, Francis Mrs.. Jas. A. Daugherty Mn. N. leadership of Mn. Herbert Turner J
I Irwin Jack Gathn, Labon Bishop, G. Ball Un E. A. Ennls, ,Mri ; the Homestead High 4-H Club, .
and Alvin Bridges.NEIGHBORHOOD. Florence Hunt, Mrs Mollle Win. at 10:15: under the leadership 01 r
! j Mrs Fred !ttedd; the Redland Elementary -
gate Mrs. R. U Hobson, Mn. Dexter
i {! : CLUB Smith. Mrs Fleltas and the 1 4-H Club at 12 o'clock; The Rexall Plan makes it possiblefor
and the Redland High 4-H Club,
Neighborhood Bridge Club at 1:10 under the, leadership of us ,to. give you the tremendous savings ,
!1 held Its first meeting this fall REDLAND CLUB PLANS Mn. H. S. Mltch U. A leader for r

at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. TO GIVE BENEFIT PARTIESThe the Redland elementary club has which you get at'our store. For Rexall i al
\ \J Faust Tuesday evening. Mn. Bevo Woman's Club of the Red- not :yet been selected. '
1 Webb and Carl Deden won the lands at its meeting Tuesday afternoon Miss Eleanore Holferty has merchandise is shipped directly' from the :
: high score prizes and Mn. Deden In the clubhouse decided been made leader of the Perrine
club, which meets at 2:30 Tuesday laboratories to Rexall Stores. The saving
and Mr. Webb, the low. to hold a benefit party there each n
,f Those present were. Mr. and month. Mn. L. O. Ruggles, Mrs. *. 1
Mrs. Lee Lehman, Mr and Mrs. Geo. W. Turner Jr., Mrs. F. W. that would ordinarily have gone to y'a
O. E. S.
W M. Rheney, Mr. and Mn. Webb, Stlllman, and Mn. A. C. Easton MEMBERS
.I Mr. and Mrs. Deden, Mr. and Mrs. were named a* a committee to VISIT MIAMI CHAPTER middleman is passed on to you. And a
Faust and Mr. and Mn. W, R. make arrangements for these par I' Mn. Paul Reynolds. Mn. Geo.
..A'I Bird, who were visitors. tie by the president, Mrs. B. A. N. Wakefleld. Mn. Gees W. Turner the best part of this plan is that you save :
: Waldln. Jr., and Miss Estelle Turner

STATE OFFICER VISITS Announcement was made of the, of the Homestead chapter of the in perfect safety -Rexall merchandise is
( of from-the Florida OE.S. and Mn. Mary Fennell oi
)I. E. YOUNG PEOPLE receipt $29 -
Are once Felton, of Rock Har- Light and Power Company to be. the Naranja chapter attended advancement of the finest quality always.

bor, vtce-preildent of the State used in continuing the civic work night exercises at Fort
: YOUM Peoplei' Assembly of the of the club. Plans were made f ornight: Dallas chapter In Miami Monday

) Methodist Church, was a visitor further beautification of e,
< A from the local
group chapters
*t the evening session of the young grounds and building.
people of the Homestead Metho- Those present were: Mrs. E. A., went to the meeting of the Miami

dist Church Sunday night Other Carter, Mrs. Seymour; Dane, Mrs Beach chapter last night The Dixie Drug

31# visitors were: Miss Ruth Hoch, Geo. W. Turner Sr., Mrs Dave Kufeldt

I Miss Sever and Dwight Hoch, all Mrs. Ceo. W. Turner Jr.,, peRMJI.rt' Ny..iVAVING
of Miami and Miss Edith Felton Mn. W. D. Mahan, Mn, M. J. Your Rexall Store
t'' of Rock Harbor. Brownlow, Mn. Easton, Mrs. Rug
The subject for next Sunday I miss, Mn. Stillman, Mrs. Clna \ I

will be "Building". All young Stewart, Mrs. Wayne Calkins, Mr* Croquignole :
Spiral eaYee
people are Invited. H. J. Armstrong and Mrs. Waldln.THERMIQUe or ,

: $5.00. $7.00 :;


Mayhcw Fitzpatrick
Finger Waving-Facials

Croquignole Spiral Combination $6 $7 I Maakurlna-ManeUq ; Graduate Oberlin Conservatory and Royal

ky experienced operators
I Years SUM LeciloflAE >
( MA.VTCnU.\Q FINGER WAVES--any style-l ePat's
tt Beauty Parlor SHOPPEFtewen

Seem Floor Han Blilg. n..* ... .Rr : 1 Redland Road Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1122I"
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Friday, October 18, 1935. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE rage Eleven

011I11I11I11 1111I1 1II11111111111f1111I1J1II1II1 I Leadley Sisters Lose SERMON TOPICS U

20 Years AgoIlIIiIIiIIillllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIOIIIIllhII i I i I Richard Remaining Uadley of Staten Brother Island FIRST Oct t BAPTIST-Morning CHVRCH sermon: CLASSIFIED. ADS: I IFOR

i N. Y, brother of Misses Lot. "The Trial .f Jean"! evening RACE: First Insertion 10s a lint; subsequent Insertions

!! l tie and Anna Leadley of States sentient "The Friend of Get!". S* line _
Island and Redland died Oct. 4 ',
The .-...a house .N se_ Oct I J-Prayer service (abject -
Baum fM al.. .. the 1.__d ten days after an operation according : -BoMl Winning". PIANO TUNING and .
..__ RENT repanuiK
e.MNl.b.d Mae I" till to word received by I
r she a..tb Flmtde -. friends here. Good used piano for tale chrnp.
Oct 21,1915'"Clarence' He had ben In poor health for CHURCH
With or without meal Mr
some time and had planned to live
Oct tl Lrsaoa-srrmoa WANTED
Wood, of Naranja, N. Henderson, Princeton. reat.1 ,
this winter with his listen oh the topics 'Doctrine of Ateneat"HOMESTEAD
old his 2721.
grapefruit on the tree for
rove on West Bauer drive where
WANTED-Small furnished apartment -
bout $300 and
then went to Miami
to Interview they and their brother. John, who METHODIST FURNISHED BEDROOM. Modern or house. Write to Box X
He not* died In May, had fourteen ,
sports a new Ford." spent CHURCH convenience: Garage available. Leader-Enterprise. ( >U)
winters. Mr*. C. W. McEwen. tl N. E.
Oct. tS-Morning sermon:
"Capt C. S. Hough I* serving hit ATTENTION MEN-Qualify now I
Beside his listen, Mr. Leadley "In a TIme ef Change" evenIng 14th St. (sJTtf)
county Miami.on the Jury, this week, In U survived by his wife and three message at ':S': The to Install and service Air ('nndltlonlng -

sore John H, Harcourt and Carl, Great Highway* Special maalo FOR SALEFOR equipment In hotel,
-"Mr. and Mr John Crave art restaurants, factories, homes
all of Staten Island.
by young people choir of
expecting a couple.trom their old etc. Splendid opportunity for
SALE-Iron wheel W'lon.2
Misses Lottie and Anna Leadley S* voice
home, former neighbor, the laU those selected for training. Wi its
inch tread tractor hitch. Fine
till hope to spend this winterhere Oct. M-Special Bible studyin
ter part of the week tor reference. Dr. Schocek's
an extend- for low. soft land Preston Lee giving <<
.' friend John .. I
ed vlilt" (Florid City) say. Goulds. (lS-nt) Air Conditioning Training, Alton
-"Mr. Rue and son Frank, and I lUinol
j.' Mr. Hoenahel are farming the San Francisco PlansWorld' INVITE FLORIDA DISPLAY I TOMATO pepper broccoli plant 4
Flora glade."Jim ." C. F. Talbot, Richard road and DIESEL Men wanted to start immediate -
Dalai Texas Oct. 17 (HNS)-In
'": Campbell our genial men Fair for 1938 spit of the fact that Florida compete Silver Palm drive. (olSlf) training this vicinity:

t, chant It now planting bean on Ir with Texas In the nation's to Install, operate and service
fine piece of scarified land near the San Francisco, Oct 17 (FNS)-, citrus market. Florida i* Invited FOR SALE-Household goods: al| DIESEL ENGINES in power
piece dining-room suite, ttS; trucks tractors, etc Consultation
.' .tore" With
a special appropriation ol f to feature a display of its palms,
t -'Mr*. Earnest Bltte wa the $9,000,000 from the federal gdv. citrus tree and tropical plants ivory twin beds tT.BO each complete service and tool turn- t
Mr*. J. A.Tabor 2V ml (ished. Write mechanical
iIt guest of Mr*. Charted MackertTuesday. eminent, Augmented by other mil*. and) shrubs In the$200,000 botan- giving
." lion*In statd and local funds San tioal garden being developed a* west of Goulds on Vihlen drive. qualifications. Schoeck Diesel

-"Ml** tongacre and Mia Lewi lion In state and local funds, Sa I a part of the great Texas Centen- ., (oil) Training, Alton, III.

entertained the Rain or Shine I Francisco it making elaborateplans t 11 Exposition which opens In Dallas CATERPILLAR TEN tractor for RAGS WANTED-The Leartrr-

Club Wednesday at luncheon with to stage a world' fair in 193 I next June. In the section (reserved sale. Frank Bcrnecker Jr., Enterprise will swap classified r

I plenty of good thing to eat The a* a fitting celebration of th t for Florida, palm andy Krome avenue.-and Silver Palm I advertising or subscription for

guests were: Mr*. Edward Stlling, opening of the San Francisco Ba orange blossom will predominate,. toad. (s27tf) wiping rags. 7e a pound allow
Mr*. Fred'r'Loom and Js*. Loom Bridge and the Golden Cat official stated. I II I ed for clean rags, white or color- "
1* : Bridge FOR S A L Bedsteads, mattresses
ed. Knit underwear preferred.
; I -"At the annual election of the springs, parlor suite,
Officials state that the 193 I She: "You had no busmen. to
f Wonum'i Club of Homestead held bridge celebration and expositionwill kin mel"! porch furniture chairs, rugs, REAL ESTATEREAL
on Oct 6th. of the present year, far the china, odd piece J. F. Dyches I
t surpass great PanamaPacific I He: "It wasn't business, dearest,
I the following officers were elected Exposition held here In lilt I was pleasure." Pathfinder opposite Redland P. O. (pot ESTATE-Those who wantto
{ : Mr*. T. E. Evan, president: ; 1915. Magazine. buy or sell Redland District
Mr J. D. Redd tint vice-presi real estate will find up-to-date '
dent; Mrs. S. A. King second I office. of
FOR SALE listings In our Many
f president; Mr*. R. E. Vice-I these lilting are still at sub-
treasurer; Mr R. M.
normal We shall
...' price appre"elate
recording secretaryand Lot 1 and.4 of H. Bub.
cither inquiries or
f B Schallern corresponding secretary i For Men OnlyAn Former Location *f City .( your listing, all of which will

and press reporter Homestead Power Pleat Submit have our best attention. Now M

I -"Mn. Z. A. Slatrunk, Center alien U the time to buy. B. W. Morris,
street 1* the richer this week to accident policy for men only which now associated with H. A. Cameron -

the extent baby boy who ar- .
N. W. 1st St. In Citizen
as high as $30,000 for the loss of LEE & FRAZEL Inc.
t rived Tuesday night The war in pays Bank DIdI. Phone 72,

*this Europe crop does'nt at all teen" } to>> dUcourage. both hands or feet or for loss of sight of It* N. E. 1st St. Miami Fla. ACREAGE AND GLOVES +M(

"Wm. J, Xrome. wa pile of the both eyes, and up to $50 a week for disability Phone IS86' CHARLES I. BROOKS specialize
speaker at the Seminar recently In Redlands properties.

held at Gainesville can now be had for a small per. Purchaser are In MIAMI m
Mine boat Evan at the Hotel HELP WANTED list with a broker you know to
Evan, baa had a brick chimney tentage of your weekly earnings.See be a REDLANDS BOOSTER.

built during the past week." Cor.further information. WANTED: Representative to look Send your listing, with legal
us today description of land. price terms,
_. H...._... after our magazine subscription I will call
Interest In Homestead and vi- etc. Send postal and ;
SOCIAL EVENTS 0 0 0 cinity. Our plan enable you to or give information to J. R.

secure a good part of the hundreds (Dick) Brook, Homestead.
---.. W. MAXWELL SMITHFire of dollar pent In this CHARLES I. BROOKS

(Continued from Pact Ton) vicinity each fall and winter for 121 N. E. First St.. Miami

held at the home of Mrs. Florence AutotStorm Accident, Life Insurance magazine Oldest agency In U. with South Atlantic Mortgage Co. ,
Pacetti Oct. 10. Mrs. Pacettl S. Guaranteed lowest rate on '

and Mrs. Prances Croker gave a Phone 549-M Office in McCrory Arcade all periodical, domestic and for LEGAL NOTICES
report of the district meeting held Instruction and
eign. equipment .. .... ,.*.. *t.M
in Miami Oct. 1 and Mr*. Bessie I* IlK Court Minty
free. Start I growing and of ,..,..14.. ,
Brady gave a report of the fieldworker permanent business In whole or IN all: lesTATR OF JOHN i. NANI.ON.Dmu .

*' district meeting. pare time. Address MOORE- T. All <...i.. _Dttt....Cxilitr._ OI".loet N.. last_, ... '
During the social hour, Mr*. EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING COTTRElL. Inc., Wayland. road,'' All PMMM Ravine.(.1.... *tAotBri 1Je1O (+

Brady was given a handkerchief North Cohocton, N. Y. Mid said>*rk buuToil of roil .N .....Ior ". ",",4
I I shower Honor-of her birthday, ...4 N...ln4 to frmttt nay .. ....I< .. '
and the hostess served refreshments HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOPM. j LOST ....... wkkk. rim ..r Other. iif ,... mt kll ."
D. .MCOBSEN I .,. .t the ...... of Juki I. M.41.lea
Prop. .
"( ....d. Tounlr. Fl 1 11.< > U.uunty
Those present were: Mrs. Brady, 10 V. Krom Avenue Phone II..., LOST-Whit* gold wrist watch (.', ..If..Jwln. in the of Dads r".in Comet H..I).., l.lw' M I I.M
Mr*. Alice Walter, Mrs. Sarah with bracelet at or between FlorU within HaM ...Hilk tn., Htlmt
Martin Mr. Bert Branch Mr. high school and swimming pool. .r the fine iHibllntbn... uT tkh. iMM ,,. > .
rtolM Younge, Mr*. Fred Rhode, Mr*. Reward. Mrs. Julian Webster., iMl r >fufM ld, nr umI I' M
Homestead. (poll) t.=. ( II UM La.. O-
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Marie Altman, Mrs. Helen Bowden j I
Surveys autw of Fhrld. for the ,... tut
Mn. Coker, Mrs Pacettl .... ........... I" 1999. ,
three Woodmen' Circle Junior, ,
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Mil Louise Pacettl Mia Nellie R. LIVINGSTON .
Mae Martin, David Fredrick III, I' :
W. H. Woods, McCrory Arcade.
and a visitor Clyde Bowden. REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER I

Registered Land Surveyor I HEMSTITCHING while you waiL I
Singer sewing machines and re-

BOX MS HOMESTEAD, FLX I pairs. Mr*. Wm. H. Booth,
Let Us I across from F. E. C. station. 40

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Car Deming Pumps and Water SystemsAll HomesteadPlumbing

Wood Work Sizes and Types

Body, Fender Repairs

Tops and Trimming: Can BOW be purchased through the payment plan In amounts i iI

up U '*,'" *. one pier tt property. I
Seat Covers
. AEKOMOTOR WINDMILLS In all the* eaa now be .or.ha For Plumbing, Installations .

,FalntinrArt's edl oa the time payment plan through the Federal Housing COL DI
Act. Repairs and

Septic Tank Construction .



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LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, October 18. 1996."tfc '
Park Twelve .THE 1
loan in the Economic Stability of the Town- for the present the personnel of J i
to get a government
$30,000 in Farm Loans at the the ton would remain the
LEGION LEADERS future and both would be liableto lend Plan" will speak again MOM .
Distributed MondayThirty peoaltlM, provided by law.The coming Joint meeting In his and Out the store will now fce
loans which range from peach last Sunday Mr. Bird defined tailed Brown's Pharmacy Ji% t ;/
HERE INSTALLEDPY the true nature of money, Brown and their four daughter j
dollars federal
thousand .in |:23 to $300 and mature on April
aeed and fertilizer loans was I, 10311,are secured by: a first mortgage reviewed the history of national will join him at an early taut to
Dade the borrower depressions since IMT and strew establish I home here.
MIAMI MEN distributed to farmer of on the crop of 'I of it In South Dade Interest la payable at Sper cent ed the reed for all citizen to be. "
Monday by L O. Creeger, rep- per annum. qualified to vote to Insure pa* ,.
MeenUUve el the federal farm sage of Townsend legUlatlon. Seeds Commanderand
Harvey loon bank Of Columbia. 8. c., U TownSiento Elect ------
McCahills Con. the term at checks deposited with I Additional Delegates .West Palm Beach Man
duct Program fertiliser and wed. hobos with Bays Liles' Pharmacy
which the farmer do buauwaa. Several additional;;; delegates to j jI
Commander L '1'. McCarthy of In a talk te growers who gather the national Townsend conventionIn LU**">Homer;; ; wa I
Marvel Seed Poet Miami, inStalled ed at the county agent'a office her Chicago will be elected at a old yttterday by C. K. Wet Of
officer ef Homeitead'i Monday, Mr Creeger said Joint meeting of the Homestead Miami and Coconut Grove to
John 0. Salley Poet, AmericanLegion that the money loaned was for fer- and Redland Townsend Cube ClUed Robert B. Brown of Wilt Palm
at a meeting held In the tlllter teed and spray and not for for I P. m. Sunday In the Neva Beach It wa I cash transaction
local Legion home on South Krome automobile or land rent In any King Cooper School auditorium.At and Mr Brown took charge im- I .
avenue Wednesday night Members caw where It la discovered that a meeting two week MO,T. mediately.Mr. .
of the Homestead Legion, grower and dealer have connived D. PlchA was elected delegate, The Brown a graduate of Tulane 'i
auxiliary provided a buffet dinner for the misuse of the money, he Rev. C. N. Walker and Mayor P. University, ha* been a licensed
and attended the Legion Inital-' laid the grower would be unable aa available additional delegate pharmacist for 27 year He GeneralPublic "
lation. Delegate elected will leave for has been In Florida for the past 14
Officer Installed were Frank Mr. and Mr*. W. E. Rheney, Mr. Chicago Monday. I year and spent the past nine years
f Rue, commander; E. Z. Thompson and Mr*. A.. W. Hutchinson, Mr*. Mayor Bird, who addressed a Iin a West Palm Beach drag itore. Utilities
4 tint vice-commander; J. M. Scarborough Oeo. W. Turner, Jr. Miss Ruth meeting\ of the Redland Townsend His former home we in Albany,
second vleeeommander; Fox, Art Relchert, Irving Lyon Club Sunday afternoon In farm'I da. Qoeeeaaeed Pooh 4aa.f.
a Wm. J Geronimo, adjutant, finance :and B. W. Morria. Life School auditorium on The Mr Brown laid :yesterday that
and service officer; Ben
Archer, chaplain; L. O. Ruggle, .. ..
1 bittorianj and George Crawahaw
f ukt-amw. ? Maxwell House Sugar Creek Creamery i
S. S. McCahlli. chairman of the t N
t Amerlcanlzatien committee of the
Legion'Florida department,made Q de BUITER
' aa address In which he sold that
there I II a great need for the
Legion to continue to Insist on
the promotion ef education and
the fostering of the right attitude lb. prints31C
of mind toward the country
and toward the wiervtcr mm.
Mn. McCahlU, national executive I Y lb. roll -2'c
ommfUeew" mait and department
president of the) auxiliary last York
year, also ipoke. Saturday SpecialsLibby's
Other Miamlan present were Memo Swift's Georgia PeanutHAMS I
Jerry Gam, adjutant of Harvey : Apples5Ibs..J.8c :
Seed Post Mn. McCarthy and Milk or Key S9c
Mn. E. E. Ed Holme 10 cans
Among those present In addition :
to those already mentionedwere Whole or Half
: Mr*. Geronlmo, Mn. Rug- I
lie, Mn. Rue Mn. Archer, Mr. z New Cobbler Tomatoes : ZSc lb. -3Ic
No. cans ------
and Mn. Fred Redd, Dr. and Mn. !
J. A. Smith, Mr. and Mr*. grits

Schrader..--Mn. Lamar Kendrick... Potatoes101bs.18C :Dog Food IFed Chief 2Sc Any Cut Georgia Beef [

Your NewPermanent : : SteaksSliced I Ilb.

Wave Corn Del Monte
2 No. 2 cans .Sc ::19c =
h Importantto Iceberg ---- -- I

You Lettuce 3 lb. can Water Ground 5 Ibs 1

Tear new peraaaenl wave Snowdrift 52c !MEAL - 18c

ia Impertaejt te yew Came toM B. Bacon I
tor the genuine Eugene 2 firm heads 19C qt. can Medium 5 Ibs.

wave-k wave thai adds Wesson Oil 42e GRITS - 18c
beauty aid Inatre I* year Fancy Ib.-----\39c ; (
..abr.i Tomato 2 Ig. bottles English 3 cans

ringer-Waring-Faetab <*(d'ry'1g. KETCHUP 25c PEAS - 25c Fresh Ground i:: I I I

' ; scalp .....-IIaaIe_ : .stalk f.Zc FLORIDA ROSE FLOUR Sausage Meat t i .'
l Henna alMa aa4 Pack I IIi
See and $1 Plain or Self Rising

r RipeBananas Ii 6 lb.bag 12 lb.bat 2-1 Ib. bag lb.10CGeorgia =

Croquignoie........$5.00 I 27c 49c 'ZC Beef i

Spiral ..................$6.00 I Bulk lb. Target can CHUCK ROAST
: Ibs. -13C: DATES18c Corned Beef 15c
j Combination ......$7.00 3 ---- I.

Oil Wive.50 ,'Jfalmolive 4 bars Pork and tall can lb. -------ISc ;

Georgia SOAP-----19c BEANS - 5c t
Bush's Barber Shop PhiladelphiaCREAM

ANDBeauty : Sweet Potatoes5Ibs..1.5c T.N.T. Laundry 5 ban Kellogg's 2 pka-If.

SOAP - 10c Com Flakes l5c CHEESE

Parlor .

ULUK: BROWN Operator Crackers iib.Pkg.Argo 21.c 4 pkgs.---.zSC _
I*Ice trill KMOMB A,1'LI Musselman'sAPPLESAUCE

J Edwarfl'StUing ; Prunes 2 lb. pkg. 1.3c CHOPS !

I' Real Estate | No.2 cans IOC

I General I'LOIUM Lutz OTT anee n..t. ; ITeinxBean Macaroni or Spagktti, pkg. . 5c Ib.-------Z'c :

i CMV rate Ate.aa4 At*B Octagon
: Pots Soap Chips 2pkgs. lie Western MilkfedHENS

i NEWT G. BALL FREE Cup or Saucer with i

f ..- : For Baking Beans
raut nrmiAif' A" Ih

a91DIRCD 1imm eaeh.C Churngold, ,21.c each -- -.. 79cnnriu :

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