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:
July 3, 1936
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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I Repair Plans A Adopted COUNTY BOARD AGREES TO I 1

Reduced Rates Asked by Railroads I SPONSOR BUILDING HERE TO

REMODELING Should Raise Citrus prices 50c a Box

The petition of the F E. C? theSeaboard through, will stop overloading

PROJECT GOES Air Line and the Allan, P( the New York: market, which
,; tic?Coast Line railway to the IteriUte *- ha Alwayi d the price for the

Commerce Commission to real of the country, and will automatically few Stores to Close I Action Taken at Requestof
to 'mm have the rates on- citrus Committee From
present distribute our crop to .. On the Fourth of July
fruit to point In the Middle West City CouncU
Chicago, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh
reduced 11 cents a hundred Detroit, ft Lout. The Flint National Bank 0'1
,polmds or 111 cents bo* Isth
-- a
Homestead, the postoffice. electrical CHANCE OF SUCCESS
pa greatest advance movement so "The return should be 90 cent
ers Signed at Sp cialCouncci' shops and the fertilizer andaeed
tat made for the Florida citrus a box more next: season With ENILVNCED BY MOVE
1 Meeting houses will be cloned on the
I grower, Frank R. Hammett, easfa reduced rate, the citrus Industrywill .
I Yesterday I taet general) manager of Tree be the surest industry In fourth of July.Although Preference Given to Projected -
i Gold Co-operative Grower of Orlando Florida We raise the best fruit thla la a legal holiday
LESS TItAN' $Soo CASHNEEDED' laid while in Homestead in the world, we now have con- 'other places of business will be\ in Connection
Tuesday open as usual because they do not With SchoolsThe
011P PUBLIC I Marketing care to disappoint Saturday; and
"The rate
I present emergency
-the other thing* needed Saturday night shopper Dade County school board
are 12 cent hundred poundsless
Committee to Start Act- than the normal rate, so the In the fight! for lower tariff 1 voted Wednesday to sponsor' 1
ual Drive for Donations railroads are asking for e nduoI rate, Mr Hammett Aid Law- WPA project for the construction
at onceA lon of 30 cent from the normal fence Gentile, founder of Tree .LIONS ASK BOARD of a storm shelter and auditoriumon
I rate," said Mr. Hammett. Gold Co-opentlve Growers, tooka the Homestead grammar school
The associationhas grounds, on motion made by; Mrs.
"The petition will undoubtedly leading part.
project for repairing and remodeling TO BUILD UP LOW Nell K, Walker fallowing con.
the municipal granted, for the northern rail- nine packing house In the
swimming interested are likely to con state and last year, its first yearas Terence between her and Tom J
pool was approved by the city i lbe a co-operative, it handled over PLACES IN i Harris and Frank B. Rue, a delegation -
council of Homestead at a specialJBWStlJULXWterdAy I
,after !'The proposed Change, tf It Rose a -million, boxes .f Citrus, .beTownsenditea -**M. R01\DSj i from the city council of
; jnonilng
I Homestead: present at the school
plane, specifications and all ether -
board meeting to request the ao
I paper necessary In the application i I'MATHESON PARK Sponsor The Lions Club of the Redland I Uon taken.
) for a WPA project were presented Fourth of July PicnicAn District installed officer for the The switch from city council to
J by Ben Archer, president
ensuing year Tuesday night and school board sponsorship win
., of the Redlarld District Chamber PICNIC AND FIELD unanimously adopted a resolution made to avoid delay that wouldbe ]
of Commerce, acting for the general all day Fourth of July picnic calling upon the board of county necessitated in clearing thai

civic club. pool committee rally will be held at the Nova commissioner of Dade County to title to the site that had bean tentatively -
TIM recommended project pro* DAY CARD READYA King Cooper School under the build up low spots lit the road I elected by the council
pose* te,toy a new floor over thai auspice oi the'Homestead Town- of the Redland District which are for the storm refuge and com
top ofth; existing one for the 46 under water after heavy rain 1 munlty center and, also because
feet of the dicing;
(Continued on Fagtf Two) win be held at Matheaon Park Everybody Is Invited, officer The resolution called attention 1(being: given to storm shelter proJ-.
next Thursday afternoon by the of the Townsend Club announce. to the fact; that the underwater ects that will be used for school
combined churches and Sunday I Bring a basket lunch and spend sections of the road are 'not purposes.Only .
ROTES INSTALL schools of the Redland District the day," they urge. "Join In an only ao distinct inconvenience to the project In principle was
,and a cordial Invitation It extended old-time neighborhood rally, get< resident of the area but are also voted on at Wednesday's meeting.
I : to all throughout the dintrict ;acquainted, hear the peaking. dahieroua due to the fact that the The dimensions and details of construction
BROOKS AS NEW :to bring a lunch and Join the singing .and recitation; join in brake on automobile are tempo- will be worked out later,
crowd," tM Ron A. A. KoattUne, 1 the game and make it a day of rarily out of commission after Mrs Walker said yesterday, however
CLUB PRESIDENT :president of the :Aetftand District. ,food fellgwihlpV\ going trough water that she believed a 190,000
Ministerial Association, Mid ye* I Townsendite* will be out In "Thelnan1moua MIIt/motnt.f to $60,000 building Is needed to

,Jerday; :force to help welcome visitors, and the Lions Club of the Redland take care of Homestead presentand
t J, ft, rooks wa Installed a* The basket supper wilt be 'at I I coffee and punch will be served District i* faverable to a policy, future need In an auditorium -
t president of ,the Homestead Rotary I 9. m. free fold drinks will be I tn the grounds Mayor C. T. Harper to'erbperiod of yean, whereby for school and community
1 Club at 'ladle !ll ht" dinner served by the ministerial ewclatiOfl. i will preside. the low spots on the highways purposes. If necessary, in order to
held Wednesday night In should be filled up above the I allow more space for the auditorium -
Legion MaU. liking office at the I' The field meet for which merch- lplaws Revision to Be reach of high! water," the resolution -. she said, the present audi-
district will furnish states. "We recommend that torium now wholly Inadequate for
same time were W E: Rheney, ante of 1M
vice-president, and George frisk, prize, Win begin at I o'clock, Mr. Considered by C. of C. such a policy be inaugurated with Oath school and public occasion,
secretary and treasurer. I KoeitllM ..Id. Event haw been the understanding that those roads eould be converted Into a cafe
The retiring president Dr H. arranged at follow' Long-pending suggested revision which are most frequently used terla.
S. Wolfe described the: year pastas 60 yd. daatt, boy under 11 tf by-law will be voted on by the be the first to receive attention." Through the Initiative of Mrs.
'rather an unsuccessful one on year of age, SO yd. dash, girl Redland District Chamber ot Officer installed were: Joseph Walker and Principal U B. SoIn-
the whole," but when he summed under 19. 71 yd dash, boys over Hkkson president; E. L. Law- mers, aearly a whole block opposite
up what the club had done; the IS; 99 yd. dash, girl over IS, 29yd. Commerce ta its regular semimonthly rence, first vice-president; Barley both the high school and the
list wa a* follow: dash, boy under I, 20 yd. meeting ta 8 p. m. Wednesday I R. Core, second vice-president; grammar school was acquired by
Continued its sponsorship and dash, girls under >; sack: race, of next week. George Cooper, third vice-presi the school board early tn the year
financial support of file boy and boy, open potato tact, women; I dent; C. L. Ooley, secretary; Cha for playground purpose *o that
Girl Scout troops; continued its needle and thread race.couple, Office Cox, treasurer; Lawrence Pope an auditorium and cafeteria build
inscription to the Rotary educa- three-legged race, open; fat men'irace County Agent's Lion tamer} E- H. OatUheC, tail log could later be erected a* a
tional loan fund; endeavored to ov .. 200 Ibs.; fat women'srace On Vacation ScheduleD : twister, and Chas. Pratt, W. I.I unit of the present grammar school
help establish a Rotary Club at Over 179 Jbi, human wheelbarrow risk, Buckner Beasley, W. O. group of buildings. The Idea then
Soochow China, tided in getting race, open; peanut race, rIIlI the' month of July thecounty bOtt and T. E. Kirby, wa i public w t\llioan and grant
a survey for a water control pro)- women.; 7J yd dash men over 39 agricultural agent' officeIn Captain t Olnamort Tal-I tot.tlw purpose The present planto
ccVorlginated by the Rotary Club, years of age, paper walk, open; Homestead will be closed except i the Miami Beach Lions Club, sponsor the project for a WIJ-
united with other organtMUOfM hop, step and Jump open; running on Tuesday, Wednesday" and ed .( Installing officer and omi storm shelter structure would
r and did much of the work In getting broad jump, boy under 16.Last Saturday mornings County Agent I an address entitled "Beginning obviate the necessity for the school
1', Christmas basket distributed c. H. Steffani announced last the retiring president Cha board' obligating the county for
where moat needed; aided in getting week. Pratt, gave a summary of the; a PWA loan of probably 40 to 90
good mall service established Month Wettest eluVi accomplishment during the per tent of the cost; a sponsor's
gain. Month in, Six Yearn I i year, and secretary Ooley lave a contribution of 19 per cent will be
At the request of the neWptelIdent complete report of its activities' the only requirement of the
L L. Chandler, a past president Last month with a total rainfall THE WEATHEKOtftckt I W. L Fiat, recently elected district -, school board if the work progress '

ef the club, mad an address of 24.63 Inches, was not only masse rues,.at Uw tuMrovladttattm deputy governor, of Florida project goes through.
of appreciation of Dr. Wolfe' administration the wettest June in the weather Itaeerl..e HOMMM*. florid. Lions, told of the state road patrol The school board' architect and r
and on behalf of the recorda of the Subtropical Ex- : resolution passed at the last con- superintendent of construction will
club presented Mm with Jeweled perinaeut Station, ,,but silo Dae I Raa eeatjon. tnuhediafaly Mgirj preparation of
past presidents pin. tar of all month M &he'I June 28 _> ( .33 Eightyninepersons, Including. project for submission to the
Instrumental nutnber 'were1'pla.vVd Hw 8,'\Wolfe, horticulturist la June 27 ....:... 8"I' 30.861\ .}< delegation from the Miami and WMka- Progress Administration/ ,
bjr' violin-darinst-plano charge of the',station, said 3V.dnexiavr June 28 I .3. Miami Beach Lions Clubs were and because of the key location of
trio composed ef Dr. Wolfe, Mr, r" June 2t.._ 30.03|, .02 present to witness the installation. Homestead IB proximity\ U the
Frick and Mm Julian Webster. The reword referred to go 1 back June 30 02 72 |130.05\ Among those who spoke briefly hurricane area, It U felt that the

and ood soft were, sutig, by.Mrs. ai*I'JVIIn,to'.the founding cf.the July 1.1'1 170 ,J3010160juiy were President Seetani of the Ml- application will have every cone
Wart, UttStflwMU! ,,' Subttwl cal ttation; UTWQ.fKfc "*"' oj :9 .._-f r" T<0-130.1\11< ?,or (Continued on' Page ThreshrdMWi I! !raflaa. "'" -


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Pare, Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday July 3, 1986.

flMt By furnishing machinery .,,1 Adult Manual Training mother Mrs K. JERKINS DIES .

POOL REPAIR and other materials on hand or ', ViolinsSam Wayside; eight sisters R. Jerkin, 08-year-old
Makes 3
obtainable, the necessary cash Pupil nie' Mitchell, Mrs. of Homestead died

PROJECT SENT outlay can be reduced to leas than Mn. MaybeUe Cook. after a long Ulness Mr.
000. The council ha* already J. Davis, prominent grove nia Ferry *ll of !, was a former resident of

voted t. appropriate $$00, and the 1 owner, has completed three violins Eugenia Maynard of SprtaH.and! 'ha* a brother r
INTO WPA MILL civic club pool committee has --one made entirely of native Mrs. Slppt Bennett ef ; :

agreed to raise the difference or mahogany-atace the first of last Beach Mrs. Loalse body 1* at Turner.Funeral
week when be Joined C H. Ricassummer \ : .
between *400 and $JOO. Mrs. E. 3Djral Mrs. Ethet Marshall
Continued From Page One) ways.and aneaaa member-of class la. manual trainjpg U..U....M.a* U> i l . .
to offset the uptarurt It t&* wafer ia the vocational ,ktuUing( +8..WsysIde.oils :
the committee said yesterday that
table that ha*' broken through plans tor entertainment sad Homestead High School He la now, Imt,...wa.Mar........ .
that Wctloi In place To taaintaia working on a mahogany living laaA R' .0-V
dance for the pool fund will be :
the existing diving depth of eight announced next week. room table.Another I 4855
feet the wall ef to" pool would adult member of the I
Several large pledge have already Father Taylor to THEATRE
be raised II Inches all around. '
I been received by the pool class, D. H. Dellinger whose son
In Miami This CON V"" GROVE
This will necessitate the constructioo -
committee. Active solicitation and completed high school this spring"
of new icum gutters and the Taault AaanlasUa tS
collection of donations will be has finished a mahogany dresser
construction of I platform to be : 1 The Rev. Wm. C Sat and Bejs
started at once Donations may be.dd.d and started a cedar chest too
placed la the hallow end of the pastor of St
I to the Pool Committee, The other four member of the I Homestead Sto 0psa
pool for smaller children, since Church In
eve Redland District Chamber of class ,
are boy Buddy
the minimum depth would be increased ss full time pastor of .
'Commerce Homestead, Florida whose work won the highest MON. -, Til.
from three feet to four Church in Coconut )
The committee's recommendation : award at the Redland fair this I
feet, which however la I standard I summer because the Grace Moore
as banded to the council ,
A. A. U minimum depth. yesterday W. Soper pastor of Franchot Tone

The estimated cost of the proJ- i :-d. follows: I Is 111 -ta-
We you herewith plan Is making a mahogany bed. Elwin
ect cording to the plan endape Father .
and specifications for a WPA Is at work mahogany Taylor
Cooper on a "The King
I ideations, prepared by County schedule for
project for repair of the city swimming kitchen cabinet and Theodore following
Engineer Edmund Friedman at pool, as prepared by County [ Knowle I this summer: Holy
making a mahogany Steps Out"
the request of the pool committee .. m. on Fridays;
Engineer Edmund Friedman. The table.
I room
since the city has no engineer la
m. on Sundays,
civic clubs pool after
".4". District WPA authorities I WED.: THVE.
Service League, 8:30
have given members of the pool considering various suggested, Death Takes Employee
recommends day at the panonalle.ANOS Robert Taylor
plans, adoption of
committee every encouragementfor I Of City Park Division
this one w the one most likely to I Frank Morgan
preparing the project, and
give complete satisfaction.The I I FATHER'S Binnie Barnes
Council President Tom Harris and contribution, funeral, services for .Pete r Mill Hazel LaM
sponsor .
Archer will take the executed application Will note. 1* U' be 11 MS. The city Johnson, who died at his horn iq Thursday of last week .-1-

blanks to Miami tomorrow baa already voted to contribute Ponce de Leon Saturday, were conducted -, viUe.le.attend the'1l 14)S. 'fJ Always
to start them "through themill" Tuesday afternoon at the father U C Killihger .
$500 toward repair: of the! pool. We > -
which begins In the district
are assured that by furnishing i Turner Funeral Home by the ReV.A. Wednesday night Tomorrow"
office where approval Is assured, .
machinery and various other A. Koestlino, pastor ot the willremain-la .
and ends with Washington, whereapproval economies that ;tan be effected.' Homestead Methodist Church.The another month. THIS WEEK
b booed for. Homestead lodge of the L a a r.. .
the total cash outlay win net be I i JONES
The estimated time for completion more than $800 or $900. This committee of which Mr. Johnson was a member HAROLD LYON BUCK-
of the project la three: conducted services In Palm has
will undertake to conduct Harold Lyon:
months. I a campaign to raise the necessary Cemetery at Naranja where interment elry business from- Cowboy
Action by the) city council
yesterday took place. B.
difference between the city' $100' Bird Motor Co.
was preceded by adoptionof and the estimated $900 cash outlay -J I Mr. Johnson, who was Tl years the Homestead the Kid"

the project plans by the pool I by public subscriptions entertainments old, has been city park gardenerfor 10 North Krome .
committee afternoon
Tuesday and so forth." a number of )'el"" He and
when Mr. Friedman
Mrs Johnson came to HomesteadH LEGAL O. BALLET POST NO. 4*
prints and filled-la project -
yean ago from Chicago wherehe
Cocos Plumosa
blanks for consideration 1 NOTICE OF )
bad been a street car Nollr at byte rives '
ef the committee and members of' 30-Inch Bloom SpikeA man for 33 yean He came motor-I signal gporlal Halter la Aral sad third Wednesday.
the council who requested and kr ,Ire_ of Final
were a .,
American Lesion BM
United States from .....* ........ la thai
to attend the meeting unofficially.! two and a halt foot yellow yean ago. He suffered a stroke of ModlnaIn tho Chat ( office South Kren Are,

former City Engineer E. L. bloom spike this week graced the paralysis while at work severalweeks Eirontk Jodlrt.l ; ria.
and for Do4 County. !
Hook under whose supervisionthe cocoa plumosa tree by the Stand- ago and little hope was held lo Hoanoload Bulldiiif :
pool was originally construc- ard DU filling station at N. W. then for his ..,... .. Coaiplatunl. o>

W..... was present and freely Fourth street and Krome avenue, la survived recovery.He by two brothers his oatrkk wtfo and; H. Aaalo A. '':::'::
whatever information of which L. K. la Bonk of Hoa otoa4 = \ G. BALL
gave was, Bishop mana Carl and Paul Johnson of ;
Ludington. end Ovaaolo "'....... his
asked. He explained: that the pool ger. Another bloom spike will be Mich., and his wife, Mrs. foaoaaa. HU Moooor.
floor at the deep end was made I In full array In about ten day, Hilda L. Johnson of Homestead. A= ism koMooa Iko Now" rublle
A. H S:'* d.
with stale cement that had been 1 according to Dr. H. S. Wolfe of thaI PaU bearers were A. O. Cain, tin Mob rroat Duor .< : IK8PRANOH.AIIDTXDREO .
standing FCRA warehouses Sub-tropical Experiment Station. Mono lo MUuai Dada UXnM
I W. Y. Bush Charles Tuchs, ST.,
offor fee aalo ao4rtl M
aim months and was In lumpy who photographed the bloom. It E. A. Ennls, O. & Jeffrey and lalko khrkoot kMo, tar ... troy ....
condition, but money had run out I Is, he said, the first he hal seen Ian ._..
Gordon Ivey. c....... .......... M.wai
and it was use that or nothing In South Florida. .... ._... II ... V.
The public demand for openingthe More than two hundred cocoa lTION 101
Mrs. Springfeb Dies .ding fa ..' rl'" I. .
pool was so great that he plumose trees are planted along I tin Ck.k ... th. CIH.ft. Maxwell SouthINSURANCE
yielded to pressure under protest the streets of. Homestead. After Lengthy IllnessMrs. 'oo, w" 0........r..r.
Book I paw. IS tMNof.I.
and finished
the pool with what le W ..
cement and reinforcing sleet were Modern Youth League Mattie Lou Springfel of. FlMr STORM.AND UFBrhenc

available Hook said. He added I .. Announces Fish Fry Silver Palm, who died Friday 'ND 11-HY Mt-M
that a letter tram him to the pool after a long illness was buried in ....... In MeCrery Arcade
committee of the preceding ad- The Modern Youth League of Miami Memorial Park Monday by I*, 11
ministration in the city files, Miami will hold a fish try at the Turner Funeral Home. Mrs .

wouuld bear out what he said I Homestead swimming pool on Sprlngfels, who was 38 yean old,

The pool committee will continue I Sunday, July 8, at 10 o'clock! to came here from Wayside Ca.
to function. It will met out which the people ot Homestead She leave her husband Carl L 0 /

at once to raise $500 through pub- Florida City, Redland and the Rpringfcls of Silver Palm, two aa

It, subscription;and by entertainments rest *t the district are 1n1ol4&eUc- sonsa Carl SpringfeteJr.. of Silver I

dances lend other methods cording to announcemelitJAade Paint and Robert Woodall of I I

The city must"make a sponsor's l yesterday by Miss Geneva,Barber Wayside; one daughter Elsie

contribution'of IS per cent or'' of Miami a member of the league rie Sprlngfels of Silver_Palm,MI-I 0

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G. W. Driggershas When :you buy roofing for hew or old property

get your money's worth. Be lure that

the roof :you pay for will deliver the errict. .<,

:you desire. .-.
taken over the

We handle Carey Roofing/ and Shingles'=;

Sunoco Service Stationat product of a manufacturer with over CO yean

of successful experience hose Proven Roof

cost no more than ordinary: material*-get
Ave. and .
Flagler our price

N. E. First Street Brooker Lumber ..CQ.t 1

Opposite F. E. C. Depot

.. Phone 62 Homestead Fla..

Particular auto owners are invited to bring

their grease jobs to us. Thoroughness in this r

line is our specialty. c

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Friday, July 3,._1936. THE LEADER.. ENTERPRISE Page Three
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O/llIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH/ ({ {{ IIIIIIIIIIIIJ I court of crime Tuesday whew l he Landon Clubs Being: I LIONS ASK BOARD I Drimr Takes Over

I, pleaded guilty to taking palm Formed in South Dade Station in Fiagler A veo

20 Years Ago I from within Everglade the limits National of the Park proposed The formation-of Landon club I I I TO BUILD UP LOW\ O. W. Driggegem, a tilting station

Seven laborers;; Chas. Hodgklns, In South Dade County la underway I opera tot. of many years experience .
' ,e I according to &n announce PLACES IN ROADSContinued : took over Abe managemento
pillsillIIllflfllUllffpIIfI111111i1ilqMW{ !{ { { { i white, ,and six negroes, Ceo. Bo- I ment made this week by Mrs L. I the Sunoco filling station at :
._. I die, Willie Usher, K. C. Davis, William O, Buggies of Redland, who Is Incharge I Flagler avenue and N K. First
I.lleelai ak.a We.MtlM
h.a 111II If ... 5..a. I Holmes, Will Holmes and of organization activitiesat I ( From: K' .a Ont) street (opposite the F. E. C. de-
';j .1tN..t..r.ku.k.d w seesh New a....a.;.. feu. I Charlie Clark each received a : present I and Beach Club; Morgan Von Val- 'pot), Saturday.In .
"J = sentence ()f five day- In Jail for I "Through the Landon clubs,"' kenburg, president bf the Miami addition to all Sun Oil Co.
. June 2', assisting' Spurting: aid Mr*. Ruggtes, "fruit grower. club; Past President Wood of the products, Mr. Drifters will carrya
,;. 1916 Caught by dame *arden' Ben I and vegetable farmers may make : Miami club; and Dr. Gravel, past I full line of tire and accessories.He '
-'Char1ft' Fuchs, Roy Flora and deputy district will specialize also, he In .
I Flowers about thirty-two milessouthwest' known their desires for a protective ; governor.A i says.
Frank Rue 'were .dear hunting in
trio thorough Job for
violln-clarlnet-plano particular
tariff. Since the trade
. of Homestead with new :
,. the wilds of Miami Beach Sun composed of Dr. H. S. Wolfe, auto owner ,
agreement with Cuba, tomatoes in
da,." eight of the palm on a truck and
George M. Frick and Mr Jot. 1
this section are on their out I *
41 ready to load, Spurting and his way ; '
-"Mr. and Mrs. Otto Frorlep who
Elder, played several numbers. Agitated Stockholder: "Great
helper were bound over to the inside of five years, potatoes will i
Were recently prospecting aroundhis Chester Hawley, accomplishedyoung heavens Why haven't you declared -
court of crime In a preliminaryhearing be In this same situation. Avocados -
old home In the.Redlands have
xylophonist of Redland, the regular quarterly dividend -
before Justice of the which are raised In Florida In
located In Danla. Ot- "
temporarily several selections with ? ;
competition with Cuba likewise played
to, Jr., who has been making his stead.Peace Sid L. Kendrick' of Home have had their tariff taken off.",I Mrs. Elder ks accompanist la one Director: "We couldn't borrow .._
home with Harvey Fitzpatrick and number he used four malleU. the money.-" !*. ', wife, Joined his father last week." The law under which they were Mrs. Haggles said that further
J I -"Dr. J. B. Tower and family and convicted stating that any person announcement would be made
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. King will at-1 I having plant life removed or assisting concerning the formation of the
tend the picnic at Longvlew. on, in the removal from the Landon club Green Lantern Restaurant; :,
the Fourth." park area will be equally guilty, ADJOINING HOTEL REDtANDWetttra .
-"L, S. Mowrey has been living was passed In the Interests of pre- What'll happen If your Inven- T-Bene Steak DUnr He Chicken Dinner '51 I'
1 at Dade City, Fla.. for some time serving the area of the proposed tion doesn't work?" Regular Dinner Me Vegetable Plats S eAn
i but he has never lost his regard Everglades National Park by the "Well old man, I'll have to." Kind ef ...*-_
j I for Homestead, to which he has: .state legislature .last- year.- ---E1.-- Paso--World Newt.--_._. -
J... returned four time previously..
but row on' his fifth } t1Jl'tlJ"ie
; i: and' big''family, declare .thU 'will'.1 ,
i\ f .be I l L..& ews bul1d.bub t 00
.. ; tlal pungalew'tlrhis ID-acre tract 'f
. J ;'. pe4rcModtilo rA4-wtltdmp l1UI' ..
grove, ; .-.;" .1,
I. -="Louts. Alderman, ,... la Clem- ,
f enter--Howard' tamb-and-Chesley
.Saunders h9pp' ;'on,their" wheel
{f ,Wedaesday and""rojli ','dowp'''ta
'.' :f>alm Hairiatock toO'tr RicV
'with'.the, inny.tribe, t1:; iltid .1
aft the paraphernalia.1orcampin'gif !
J* probable they wifl ita 'aev-
,era! .da,. :'M, the 'skeeters' .don't R
get them."
-''Ed Brooker had tfie misfortune
to completely ruin a big auto engine -
which he had just recently: I
Installed in his boat. He with his) 1
fouur men were compelled to improvise -,
a sail and cover ten-' t
mile stretch as beet they could,
getting home early Thursday
morning. The engine i* a complete -
1 loss and Ed is. DOW looking| w :

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'Albert has bought o motor JI
boat from Ben Norrls. It is
i al
,1 .l[ snug 25-footer! with 8-foot beam.
I:' "0. 3. Strickland and family;' .
went to Miami on Monday and
t i' crossed over to Ocean Beach for
i" a sea bath. ij
Eight Men Sentenced iji

'It : } For Removal of Palms i,

,/. Fred B. Spurting of Franjd, was i
''J fined $200 and costs by Judge .
Wayne Allen of the Dade County 'I,
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) Page Four THE LEADER.. ENTERPRISE: Friday July 3.19a& .
--- clothes Each girl learned artificial "''''''''''_ '''''''''''H''''''' ,
THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER respiration and each practiced REDLAND F. F. ,
this until she was quite sure
j rt>iishd Friday .< nes e. BT MRS. b b MOW.tnuAtr UftIt.UU&1f of it About I O'clock Mrs. Dl :.k By Donald Lair .
Mead Fla.. by the Benin Dade .I ;:4,9i
: hbU. Ja-c.. Brooks, Mitt Trancia :JrVilson and /,1.WYLW WrMWYW1YM1IY' .MYI U "
souls could not lean what it had to Junior Skill arrived. W* were Our chapter members recJntS

UN AtCHCB .._ .. .Editor: i.......... "......... nuMM", M (. As, ,teach. Just now, while you are happy to hear newt from home. filled an order for eleven *..-

T. Mw. FrMwi It L ...! a. ., depressed by the cost of living is Bright and carry Wednesday, Australian pin tree ford..' ,

{ fotered M Wood star Bull Atredy I a. k-ll. M e. m.. 7-t ". a. a food tint to read some of the or adventure day, w* started out Johnson of Pahokee thereby aoxlT'
with lunches water and sunburn Log 12X00 to our treasury
Batter Mart S, Hit. at Ik* Hit writing of Thoreau. H* managedto aftef

j .Oie at Homestead. Fiends m4erIM One of.our new book If "Th reduce the cost of living to a lotion. Our destination wa 11 10r-the expense were deducted.Our Of sect. ,rns th* tree.. ." .
. act 01 Mrek X UTt.Bill. Splendor of Eagles", written by few scats. a day. He found much Spanish lighthouse on
Helen Topping Miller. la the ta lift we have missed, many ida. On lbs war w* found a offlcen are now atseraMin/ "
things have thought w* did bundle of Spanish papers and receipts Information io be tent to
1 MICE. ,1.1. A TEAS Carolina mountain one fee eagles -' we Gaines. -
sometime and if mad aware not "' to :team Of time dating back to U27. These: villa to be used In a radio broad '

I of their vibrant and tplen- Henry David TborcM wrote paper were carried to the destination cast over station WHUT on July .,
DISGRACE dor. MtVell Have lived .urn undd '- I* but the stream I go ilnh- and back to the cottage. 18. W* aU expect to listen In on ;

by these mountain and by then- ins In. I drink *t It, but while I Alter exploring: the ground about that date a* this program i* to be
Death Is clean and to aut .. lighthouse wt ate lunch Mrs.Skill dedicated to
comes and women who were a* rusted drink I see the sandy bottom and our chapter. Th pro. '. .'
That t could have Mood who Will one I io the lighthouse will be
; and as splendid. Many men loved detect bow shallow it is. Its thin gram presented by some ,"r
i I could have watched your body Mull and among them wa PM' current slide away, but eternlt.11I8.0' told us M very interesting member of the P. K. Yeng Chap....

dieAnd Julian Crate with laP stubborn -. Thoreau was born inCaaioord. |I.toe., about it W* opened quite 1 ler of Gainesville u it 1* too gar '
till blessed Cod for good x.Ua-jA-1I17.n. a few coconuts, torn for the milk,' for to send '
J pride and hit poverty, Mikell I grew I u* one of our lepa.",., ,
I was afraid of low; the bad Pees up and spent moat of his life there. other for the meat The milk| bcr to make the presentation.'; .

; .But but degrad They crudity: I loom shrivel and die between her I 1-101\0: Hawthorn the AlootujI wa grand put we found no coconuts II Walter Thompson and BtUy-: .A '
, A man'i fine pride and lay I just right for meat
lildw other famous IJ1erjI -
lamer and mother. .bhe said Mum member of our chapters
III bope. .,,yrt keep bit body lives. Then I anafry 1 want splendors.{I cans thought well enough of this l After w* arrived horn. w* nap i who are now in attendance at the'%:'v. l
i t ennnot vn prey same Town to Call it horn HIS for the water. Each girl must '
I want to be swept up In a snout I vocational forestry camp near
J' -Mary Fen-en Dickinson In Write ing wind and I want never to put I IIIJ I I father mad lead pencil and Henry -, carry her own water and that I High Springs, will return about '," I
Magazine. I learned the trade and became: give out after a time. Mrs I !
( feet on the earth again. Well, Saturday, at the close of the two- ',
on* day aU this material wealth 1 to adept his acute tight and touch Brook cut two watermelon week camp, which these boy
THE TAMARIND 'TRICE !'I enabled him to lift dozen or that she bad brought over the
. which shut Craig In his pover-I a any were privileged to attend as a re. ..
: ty from Mikell we swept away other given number of pencil I I day before. We then cooled off. ward for their forestry work this .
The tamarind tree U a native of In one tragic blow The paper]I tI'OI1b...... by a single casual'by taking a swim. When we I year. .

I tropical Asia and if DOW frown mill owned by her father were plunge, of a band. This same deft: had finished camp caper several -: .
Our next regular meeting J
throughout the region of win f''
warmer band could reach gently to the men of the island brought:
out fir and >
wiped by it'rApect
Mikell.earn be July 13, at which time we .
the world. In India when it i* x-
depth of a pond and lift out a turtle Much to
us some eggs.
down to earth to find the low of I
widely grown, It I P one of the most I to make plan for a beach ;-: .
Jerry offered docile ItaIlie graduated from our sorrow, no turtles could be
splendor enough for '
I picnic and also for '
party or
UMful of lIt some
a tone economic
Harvard but all bit life .
continued found. Everyone crawled into,
tree any girl You liked "Plu Marigolds improvement in ourgrounds. school .
being also
extensively ," another story by Helen a evident of classical literature bed which seemed like a feather :
t planted n a roadside (had*. ,
Topping Miller, and youwill find On the shores of Walden Pond in mattress, very tired. I .

Cultivation of the tamarind hat "S l odol' of Eagles" lust aa good aa outlying section h* built his The next day we studied the, '
not been successful California; shack: where h* lived quite alone heart, w* rose early to roll out; ;
I It appears, however, to be well Then are the days of anniversaries for two yean. It wa here he lite history of a tree and the coconut -i thing together. Instead of cook.!

adapted to the foil and climatic i and now we celebrate Independence wrote his book "Walden". If you learned tree.that Many w* had things never w*i Ing breakfast w* Just ate things!'!I
Day, July Fourth. It I
condition of Florida. The
have interest in coming home. When we arrived
any living we recommend .
dreamed of are made from coconut
was quite by accident that
which usually hang in clusters on July this book. It may simplify just two week ago we noticed' ,
} are brownish when rip, having a 4, 184S Henry David Thoreau a few thing for you and give trees. A tree hat a nervous that part'of the beach had been
system; It never die of old
. thin brittle shell the seed first took up hit abode in the
an en- you a better outlook. Thoreau washed away. W* hope that the ,
dosed in a brown sticky granular woods in that house built by his loved these ana; age; an intoxicating drink is pine tree in "our" yard remains .I;
! pulp traversed by a few strong own hand, built of rough board. made from coconuts; clothe and 'I ware'
, fiber Th fit of Ute pod varies; not finished for winter but "merely Them wa a shepherd that did furniture an mad from the Mrs. Cordon gave us some .

; the type chore commonly grownIn a defense against the rain". live sam tree, and the coconut treereceives honey, so when w. were on the. \ .
Thoreau said And held hit thought Its name from a word boat w* drew straw to set who .>
I South Florida being know at h* went to the a* high '
) the West Indian type having pods woods because be wished to live A* went the mount whereon i meaning "monkey face". would get It. Barbara Blggen 'YJ.;

much shorter than those .f the deliberately to front only the essential his flocks Mr. and Mrs. Gordon invited and Geraldine RelU were the. ii!'

, Meet Indian type, and containing farts of life and see if he Did hourly feed him by." us to see the "mastha", better lucky ones.Even ;

I from three t* live aeedi par pod. --- known us as the mansion. We it it did rain a few day: ,;'
' made a complete tour of the that did not spoil our fun at all. .
Th pulp of the tamarind if aaid I'
stead to find out If of the
any girl house and saw many old weapons Each girl had a grand time and
} to contain more sugar and moreacid GIRL SCOUT NEWS should '
torn back on the special .
which had been used timeMien
many looking forward to the ,.j
than other fruit the
any ; Br (Geraldta hellsear boat Much to our sorrow Mrs.
centuries Mr. and Mr, .
the '
ago. I we again may cross '
Mia being acetic, tartaric and Canfeliwas the .
only one who
"' Gordon took us to see the places bay to Biscayne Key.
citric combined for the steel part bad to leave. "
with potaah. Analysis of She tamarind BMCAYNE TUP Our neighbor came over and in the sun that h* had teen I Those going went Captain 'n"

mad in th* Philippines asked if of the I in the rain. The zoo was a I Skill MIN Dorothy Donell Mrs. n
Friday mortng June It ten any girls cared togo I place that all love. The
shows 100 protein nit sugar happy Girt Scouts piled their bedroll riding The tenderfeet went I attracted most of the atten-monkey ''I Brook Miss Wilson, Mr. and I
and 1388 acid the tint and then the older Mrs. Richard Canfteld Elizabeth '
on Home Hardware truck girls. The tion. W the bee *
saw hives and
Th tamarind derives ill name and' Mcllwaln Virginia Dorsey, MaryFrances
with shouts of good-by were younger girls enjoyed teeing the then went to Barnes' Cut. At I
I from the Arabia "tarnr1 or "Urn- off for Biscayne places of Interest while the older Arthur Elizabeth Skill j
Key. When w. Barnes Cut
I i ar. a rip date, and "hind" India we gathered many : Van Rbeney Barbara Blggers
recalled the
saw the A. A. Kemp the boat that I girl place so familiar shell, Including the ?
"bleeding '
'Indian Caret Wa-
thus date. Walker. Athley Kemp
I take us to the bland, more shout toheaL. tooth".
The wood, bark, leaves and va Horton, Geraldine Keitz and
! were heard At I o'clock we arrived I To our delight I w* spent that That night each girl told I
flowers Junior Skill
i are useful, at well at the at the key. Imagine our sur- night In the school house. The story about some article which
fruits, the medicinal values
'I E qf rise when we saw a new station school house i* 'built like a boat she had found on the beach. AU

i which The tamarind are well a graceful wagon and truck to carry us. I I to stand any kind of weather.. At our friends on the Island were 1I 1--------

I tree and if highly suitable very at an After arriving at the same cottage the school house we had Scout's Invited. There were interestingstories I Jingling Saws
we have Own, which is Sunday school.A about
always been airplane
going to toy guns,
I ornamental shad tree. It if notvery i By Awl Mayhcw Fitzpatrick
and Girl Scout troop In North ball shoes
selecting what tv. thought thermometer and 1
exacting In 1U foil rnjulretnente would be the Carolina asked Mist Donell for other .w.rr..wwwrrnrrrrwwrrrrrra
! In softestspot on the many things. One of the
drained growing toll. In almost the deep any well rich floor to sleep we went for a short torn shells. Whenever possible stories which -we* very interesting The birthday gift you yearlysend ;

alluvial soils of the It swim under the direction of Mr. w* went shell hunting so that our"MJatIn" wa about a rotten egg. Sev-
Canfield. night study them. eral of the girls happened to see Beg pardon
rr iches a height of T3 to 19 feet,
with a trunk circumference 20 Aft*?. lUppetEtveryon* hid Tuesday we seemed sorrowful. hat someone had brought up More oft than not are late my

to 29 feet In Palm Beach County brought notebagluMchee -we hada UTS. Caalleld.'MI. Donell Mar the egg. They cracked the eggand friend.

according to an article from business meeting. Geraldine R 1Uwas Arthur and Carol Walker had to don't care to be reminded of Beg pardon.

/ elected scribe. leave us. That 4y in our classes itWhen But "better than than n'er," I 1
specimens Elizabeth we studied first lid. W* learned the stars were, out the quote. I
Skill, Mr*. Canfleld. tb kinds and degrees of burnt, girl studied them. The
to feet Soaieof the trees plant Barbara Bigger *.Id'Athie tender- Procrastination 1* your mole I
hew each should be treated the
feet learned
enough groups for Ah here's beam that
ed my -
by the early Spanish colonist Kemp Made fop one patrol Virginia ;most
thing when out their second
important class.Friday .
In Cuba have reached a great size Doney, Elizabeth Mcllwiln, camping and the "thank: younofd'sad .
attaining almoct equal spread Mary France Arthur and Carol proper hiking morning, with .Baa,pardon. : .

with height One avenue M a Walker were the coconut patrol t
farm not St from Havana forma Geraldine Rails Miss Dorothy .J .i

a dent archway of tree with Donell Von Khamy end Win

trunk from three feet to four fet Herton were the aand-fly patrol REDLAND' BRAND!

in diameter. During the fitting Th following wa selected M a F"ERTIU1LZF..RRti: i

aeaton the ground literally carpeted typical: day: leg a. w, reveIlle .

with pods Uo, swim; 4:... breakfast;: T15. .I

In South Florida, the pods should camp mpertj gjo: cl *Mt; 110- FOR ,CITRUS AVOCADOES

not be allowed to hang cm the IUO: him; 1}:M, dinner; }*:soI'OO. ,

tree after ripening; they shouldbe : eamp caper; ':00, rest hour; .

harvested and processed an 10, das***: '::00, swim; 40.: Murei -

noon M ripe. The thin, brittle. (:00. suppers 7:00, camp spar Citrus and Avocado trees needing
.art fertilizer
ahelli are easily cracked as the ; 8-00: basinet, discussions, io overcome storm dsmlje

branches away In th* wlad. Aces *- stories. game, etc. t oo. tap*. and nature thif l, seasoa' crop .f fruit 'Dran4'fertilizers .
''and are
of alt to.the pulp la damp of one neigklMt, seeing ;

weather "wit 'cause' fomentation. that It Would probably take (or adapted to this tturoise. '-' '

The fruit usually ripen in this locality quit a while, brought us a camp .-:, ? **_,- 1 ;

daring the months March stove. The stove certainly Was I .,l .. ,.,.. ,
and April and may be conildered useful '. .. t"1''
a very beneficial fruit tor use during In the .classes Saturday tfc* elder ;- I ,.... ": .: I
the iprlng month, especiallyfor girl made very attractive button ,
children; It la a happy substitute while tin tenderfeet 'mademail Florid East :Coast Fertilizer. Cot .

for the old tonic sulphur The buttons were nude -.' .
and molasses\ of the spring Mason from coconut shells that were Aldnufacfurers t '

Th tree In p sourer .f valuable rasped, CM and and-paperad. lMt ;;"'" ].RedlandfJJrond-Ftrtlli;*TI .

timber, being used chiefly in fin Th sate were. woven from:'tha
cabinet and panel work, The coconut fronds. MANGANESE DISTRIBUTORS

marking of the wood are distinctly Sunday we received worl of a

*, the grain la amooth and hard, atom M MM SUB telephoned Iv, ".aoa .u ,A r&AXK B..' ail >U<(. ? IIOMESDA ,.,, flA,

taking a CM ,finish eared pollalaltachV1 west per eft lo* in Miami She l .., ;,c''I .' -
also Hailed KM Mothm to &** } !'':'' ._ ._ ._.. __.. ._ _
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.,,. -.._ Friday, July 3, 1936. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pan Five t t

Miami, Mrs. Craw's mother, :Mrs wilt meet Monday afternoon at I amity 01 Homestead were visitors
S. D. MUJ*. and her sister, Miss the home ot Mr*. Mae Cook.A of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Tripp Sun t\
Beulah Lee MUls, both of Ashe-
z 1" In and GroundHomestead ville, N. C. spent Sunday In this surprise gathering of _en13- -

city. six friends greeted Ernest A. Warren T. V. Webb uttered a heart :

at his home Wednesday evening attack Friday morning at hla borne :
; ,' Mr. and Mn. L. B. Danny left in honor of his birthday. Two on Nara&ja road. He was taken to .
., ,..tardaylor Gainesville to spend home mad* Cakes and iced fruit I the tame of hit eon end daughter-
a,month visiting friends and relative drink were served I (Continued on Fig Seven)

jr 1" '" Mr. and Mrs W. M. Bradley Jr., Montgomery, Ala. aDd AtUpul- C I* McLendon of Lake Arbor, NARANJA
left Tuesday for Crescent City. 1\1II.0.. and Miss Bonnie Parker of Wes Miss SadIe Jack*** Correspondent i iDR.

f..1 .. Mr. Bradley will bet supervisor of Palm Beach spent the week-em ". .B.E. GATLIN

vocational: agriculture in the Crew Aloes Strickland little daughter with Mr. MeLendon's brother and Mr. and Mrt. Walton Bailey MM!
r.1 .' :W City High SchooL et Mr. and Mrs. Luther Strick: sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs J. J. fftnlly have purchased a borne MKarajrjja DentistOffice

! land, underwent a tonsil operation McLendon. road opposite the John

Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Beagle left at the Poet Graduate hospital Brown residence.

Tuesday far Summit If. C., when Tuesday.Mr. FLORIDA CITY la HtDsraan Bid jr.
they win spend a month visiting 7. 1C Phelps baa moved to
! i ,friods and relative, Basil Bugg and' Mrs. Henry Brookes, ...... w. W. eeeeey, Ceerespeedart Homestead. He resided at the "

'" .f,f Palmetto Js .charie ot KJJI' Jr., have gone to Greenville, L c., ,If IlIarw home iOl Mr. Bed Mrs A. O. Tripp Phone 55
gore Seed Store during Mr. He*. to be With Mr. Brooker father M. SUvermaa and Aim- luring the pMt season. "

t., ,le', absence. Henry Brooker, who has undergone so Lewis left Thursday of last HOMESTEAD FLORIDA ;

an operation there. week for New York where they Mr. and Mrs. A. .Lewis. and r
.'4 Mrs. Bruce Enni: and her two will spend several weeks on business .
Children left Monday for Maeon Mrs. Oeo. M. Trick left Sunday and pleasure
. i and Edison (la.. where they will for Jacksonville where she will EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING r

11 spend six weeks visiting friendship visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. R. Durrance, of West Palm

: and relatives. E. Lee, for a week or ten day*. Mr. Beach bond broker, was a business HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOP

Lee has been seriously IlL Miss visitor In Florida City Mon- M. D. JACOBSEN, Prop. ,
Bern Webb returned Tuesday Virginia Trick daughter of Mr. day. ..
10 N. Fr-'me Avenue pkeoe 'IJSears
from Hattle bur,. Miss., where and Mr*. Frick ha gone to Tam-
he and Mrs. Webb went to visit pa for a two-week visit. She will JirL'' a.
Mrs. Charles Clinton and
I' .? relatives. Mrs. Webb will return visit In Daytona and Jacksonville,
Joe Doxaee presented a play"Crazy ,
the also, before she returns.
later in summer. "
to Reduce, last night a* a
benefit for the Ladies' Aid ot the
,. Mr. and Mrs Russell Horne left
; Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Dunn returned Florida City Community Church
last week for Va. to
Middletown ,
; Sunday from Blackshear, Ga., In the cut were: Mrs. Jack Miller,
where they spent two weeks visiting spend a month with friend and Mn R. W. MuUin. Mrs. Boyd Co-

; Mrs. Dunn's parents Mr. and relative hemour, Mrs Lloyd Delta Mrs Gets the Big Ones"Water

., '.Mrs. J. L. Delk. Mrs. Delk returned I Mrs. J. B. Sparkman left last Ceo. Sonnichsen, Mrs. Clyde Nell,
to Homestead with them Mr*. Harold Sheffield, Mrs. Burley -
week for South .Carolina where
for a visit. Dandy, Mrs. ClInton Mrs. H.
I she will join Mr. Sparkman. From Witch" StreamlinedOUTBOARD
M. Brown, Miss Alice Macomber
South Carolina they will go to
The Rev. and Mrs. C. N. Walker Miss Ingleborg Mattson. Miss
California for a abort visit Mlas I
Misea.Lois Bonnie Belle Myers, Miss Geraldine MOTOR
aDd their daughters, Elisabeth Home Is in charge of .
and Carol will go to Deland Mrs. Sparkman' beauty parlor Reltz, Miss Lydia Ann Leeand
today to bring back another during her absence. Miss Nellie Gooding. Mrs. .
daughter, Eunice: who ha been Margaret Gable was the coach.
Visiting there. They will return I 4995cads
Miss Elizabeth: Skill left Fridayfor
Saturday. Mrs. Vera Summerlinend Freddie Chapman Is spendingthis
Camp Juliette Lowe, a Girl I .
her daughter, Miss Bobble, Scout camp near Cloudland Ga., week in South Miami with'
will accompany them to De- where she 11'11111II4 three week his brother-in-law, Cecil Johnson. IU Dew. 1U Monthly

Land, then will go to Daytona Her mother, Mrs. Frank Skill I I Small Carrying Charge' )
.4' Beach to visit relative Frank Skill Jr and Mr. Skill's Mr. and Mrs. W. W. SeverWilfred /, .
\ and Warrens and This tingle cylinder motor develops .
mother, Mrs. J. L Turnjige, will .
f.i The Rev. and Mrs. E. U Nelson her I Catherine Rohrer were Sunday 2Vi-H. P. Quick to inert '.
stop there to get en the way
are attending the Miami District to Kentucky and Washington, D. guest of Mr. and Mn. Venue 0., z simple to control Ha con-
trol non-flood
"-"conference of Presbyterian Young will spend their Bobrer In Miami. I panel mixing
C., where they valve uitder-watar exhaust .
Miami Beach this week.
People at I
vacation Buy yours today!
--... Dr. Lloyd C ShanUln wU
4': Mr. and Mrs. Charles Manes 01r" Miss Carthel Johnson of Augusta speak at the Free Methodist "Water Witch" Twin

J.aUlhtoD Okla, have been visiting 0a, is visiting her uncle Church Sunday at 3 o'clock in connection 3y ..
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Calkins. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Redd. with a superannuate pro- The twin-cylinder outboard motor -
develops 4 H. P. Ha the
M-;: gram. am tine quality features of the
Mr. and B. Sharpe .
Joe Burson of Camilla, Ga., left Jingle cylinder boat motor,
Henderson, Texas, end Mrt. this week after a visit at the homeof Mrs. R. W. MulUns Is staying
/. Sharpe's niece, Miss Lou Sharpe his uncle and aunt Mr. and with Mrs. B. H. Edwards while It.M DMT*. II.M
of Bunkle, La, spent ten day with Mrs. W. M. Bradley her son-in-law and daughter Mr taran c..rae ::r69.9S

t' Mrs. Sharpe's brothers-in-law and Mn. Henry Brooker, are in C06 yrta
sisters Mr. and Mrs. Jack Polk Mr. and Mrs. H. Hollingswortb South Carolina

t and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cooper. of Atlanta and Mr. and Mrs G.
Saturday the group and Elwin Singleton of Marietta Ga. spent A quarterly conference of the
4-Star Jubilee Feature
t Cooper went deep tea fishing. the week-end with Mr. and Mrs Miami district of the Free Methodist -

J, R. Porsey. Church will be held July
Miss Nina Pearl Buck had her It-It in Florida City. The elder,

tonsils removed at the Post Grad Miss Iva Dyal has' gone to MI- the Rev. W. M. Bates of Tampa, "X-PERT" Casting Reel

uate hospital Tuesday.Mr. ami Beach for a ten-day visit with will preside.

her aunt Mrs. Christine Meyer
and Mrs W. D. Home left The Woman's Missionary Society 80 "

yesterday for Hot Springs, Ark., Mr and Mrs. Lamonte Graw pt of the Free Methodist Church
where they will spend a month.

Mist Naomi Davis returned Friday I ... Termed IN Value
from a vacation trip which she
made with her brother-in-law" and i

sister, Mr. and Mr*. B. IL Kennedy The last word in lightweight
{ to the Hill fishing and boating !l outing reel! Bras frame
resort at Dayton Ga. On the way JW4i4- chromium plated and level wind
&. home. they visited .relatives la ing. This new model will .......
'v tilL with you ot fewer backlashes more
dtttaiOTi when casting and casein

landing Urge fish.
1 Ui.TestLine Mohawk Surf'Reel

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Six THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, July 3, 1936._


1 The Junior Woman'a Club of

Social Events -- I Homestead will give a Fourth of
I I Mia Lola Whitehead of Florida kitchen word building contest- 1 July dance In the Homestead

City and irvin B- Branch of Pink and yellow cup cake and Country Club tomorrow night to
Homestead were married at the punch wore served by Mn. B- 04 raise money to pax off the fifty
home of the bridt'a grandparent I Branch and Mrs. Whltehead. dollars which the Woman's Club
Mr. and Mra J. S. Cave. In Florida itttt owe on its clubhouse.
MISS CLARABELL SMITH IS MARRIEDTO City Saturday evening at > ; Others present were Mrs Ceo.
Mill Pearl Whitaker, Mr*. E-
W. Turner, Jr., Mr*. Leo Bishop,
: h.A.H 1 Mrs. Dexter Smith Mrs. Herman J. Dyat and Miss Alice Hobson
lint, pastor are on the dance committee; Mill
-- Thomas, MrsChat Martin Mrs.
Miss Clarabell Smith and' Her- crepe and Mrs. Mollie Thomas,I of Methodist members Church of both, In families.the presence MIn: Pete Morgan Mrs. W. B. Caves, Inet Branch and )Ire E. A. Buchanan -

man Thomas, popular members mother of the bridegroom wore Florence Godwin, a cousin of the : Mrs. M. C Murphy, Mr*. Ceo- on the decoration and favor
of Homestead's ;younger set, were blue crepe. bride was the maid of honor and Gann, Mrs. Ceo M. Sonnlchsen *, committee; and Mrs. Joel J.
united In marriage Sunday after- At the reception which followed George Hardin was belt man. : Mrs- R. Q. Huff, Mr*. J. E.: Caux- Robinson and Mr*. Oeo- M. 6onnlchsen -
noon at 8 o'clock In the home of the wedding a three-tier bride's Mill Whlthead' brother, Thomas ells, Mrs- W. F Beam, Mrs- Ceo. on the ticket committee.

the bride's brother-in-law and cake was cut by the bride. Mrs. Whitehead, lave her In marriage.The Barnes, Mrs. Bob Harris Mr*. JoelJ.
liter, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Thur- Orin Smith presided over the Robinson, Mrs. L. R. Becker, a T. CLUB DECIDESTO
bride dressed In white
rnan. punch bowl and Mrs. Thurman was a Miss Mary Moon, Miss Leola Lit- HAVE HOUSE: PARTY
ensemble with white accessories -: I
The Ceremony was performedby over the bride's book. crepe and the bridesmaid wore tie, Mill Iva Conner, Miss John- The O. T. Club met last Thursday -
those named nie Lee Harris' Miss Marcja Gausens. tennis
Present besides afternoon to play on
the Rev. A. A Koestllne, pastor pink crepe with pink accessories.
of the Homestead Methodist were: Mr. and Mrs. John R. Each wore a corsage of tube, Miss Dorothy Brannan, Miss the Krome court but rain topped
Church: under flower decorated Craves of Miami; Mr. and Mrs. rotes. Jewel Campbell. Miss Virginia the game, and the girls spent the
between the living room J. E. Coupon and their daughters Hodge, Misses Alta and Katherine rest of the afternoon at the homeof
archway Misses Irma Alene and Edith The bride daughter of Mrs. Vann, Miss Katherine Harper Mn. Ruth Scott where they ,
Miss Elizabeth
and the dining room. ;
Whitehead is member of
Maude ,
a ,
Home a cousin of the bridegroom and L. S. Warren, alt of Pompano; the' Min Prlscllla Fread Miss Alice discussed plans for a house partyto J
of the oldest families of
was the bridesmaid, andR. Mr. and Mrs. George Barnes, Miss one Hobson, Mia Mildred Sullivan be held at Miami Beach the
district She was graduated from
E. Sherard was the best man. Evelyn Thomas, Misses Alice and Mill Marguerite Crow Miss Ethal third week in July.
Homestead School this
High 1
Grace Hobson Dexter Smith, Orin Bailey and Miss Lucille ChapmaDoAmo" Present were Miss Loll Walker *
Mrs Floy Watson another Smith and William Rose of Miami spring. those sending gifts were: Miss Virginia Hodge Mill Marjorie ,
cousin of the bridegroom played The bride has made her home The bridegroom, commonly Mrs. B- C. Murphy, Mrs Frank Sullivan, Mia Jean Parma
'the "Bridal Chorus" from "Lohon- here for the past IS years She known aa Jack, Is the eldest son of Webb, Mr*. OussK Joiner, Mrs.: Mtot) Dorothy Brannant, Mia Ruth
grin1for the processional and was graduated from Homestead Mr. and Mra. B. O, Branch.: He Annie Butler, Mr. Howard John 'Tower and'Mia*'Annie Mae.Boetn.; .
Mend..IaeoIw"Weddln.. .march High School In 1134 and attendedthe attended Homestead! High. School son. Mrs. A. D. Smith MrsW. F. -:-- '- t .
for the re ..lona\. During the Homestead Business College.Mr. and Douglas Preparatory SchoolIn : Calkins, Mn W Y.' Bush. Mn. STUDY CLUB CHANCES. t"
Ceremony she played softly "Toa Thomas 1* a member of I Douglas Oa.:. and his recently Theo Orfanedes Mr- Ruth Scott ITS,MEETING DAY ,
Wild Rose" Mrs Wm. Mussel- one of the oldest families In the completed! a'four-yea enlistmentIn Mr*. E. A- Bucharton .M.... Vera the study class of the. Woman'sClwb i,
whjtt sang "At Dawning" and "I district He attended the Homestead the U. S. navy- He Is now employed Summerlin, Mrs. .11;. E. Altwuuw : of. Homestead a1 meeting l",
Love You Truly schools and since his schooldays In rebuilding the' enginesof Mn. ,H. P. McDantelt Mrs C V Tuesday afternoon at -the-home

The bride was gowned In rows baa been actively connectedwith i the municipallight' and. .water McEwen Mn- L. 8.'Dennyt Miss ,ef' Mn.-Jennie 'LobdeUt- ..decidedto 'f \
der blue crepe with blue accessories sports. At present he Is pitcher pjant Frances Dabney Misses Esthef -meet onthe< ourth.Tue 4 jwoi, .! 1
and the,carried a bouquet for the Brooker Lumber Co. They are mating their home- on and Helen Ldvingston.Miss Tbelsme each! ,-month during ,ihe summer
'9f Easter llllel. The bridesmaidwore diamondbalt team. N. W. Third' avenue' and'. Eighth Turner, Miss; 1101141. Bradley' ;; instead of on the second ; :, '
grey crepe with grey accessories They are now at home to their street Mia Pearl' Whltaker Min Annie The! club U taking up the study: ,
and a shoulder corsageof friends In the house formerly:- At the reception which follow' Mae Booth, Mia Ellen: Huff, Miss of- Florida and ifs legislative and \ '
tube roses. The bride's mother, cupied by Mr. and Mrs. M. P. ed the ceremony the bride cut a Lillie Brown Mia Alice Macom- judicial branches. r,
Mrs Dexter Smith, wore figured Beagle on N. E. Eleventh street large wedding cake which was ber. Mill Nina Pearl Bush Mist Present were: Mr*. N. O. Ball
served by Mrs Caves and Mrs. A. Maude Blggen, Miss Monica Mrs. Bertha Edward, Mrs Harry '
AD ASTRA CHAPTER 0. E. S. GIVES B. Langham. Punch also was I Forte, Mill Loll Walker, Miss Ruth D. Wolfe, Mn. J. M. Dobbin, Mn. ,!:o
Tower and Miss Deden.
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served. E. A. Ennla and Miss LobdelL ; ,;
SHOWER FOR MISS ELOISE BRADLEYMiss Present besides those named On June 25 ),tn. J. S. Cave,

:: were: Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Branch, | Mn. Longhorn and Miss Jeanette Sonnlchsen, Mn Paul Haley
Eloise Bradley brideelectof ;; Kin. W. B. Caves, Mrs Dexter Mr. and Mrs. Caves, Mrs. Whitehead Sever gave a miscellaneous: shower Mn H. M. Brown Mrs. J. W. y I
Fielding Ruff of Miami was Smith, Mrs Annie Butler Mrs Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Caves, for the bride at the Caves home. Caves, Mn. Clyde NeW, Mn.
given a miscellaneous shower by Wm. M. John, Mn W. M. Bradley Misses Jeanette Mosely and Melba Prizes In a guessing contest were Frances Anderson; Mn John
members of the Ad Astra Chapterof Mrs. B. O. Branch, Mrs. Green
Sever Marjorie and Audrey won by Mn. Johnny Becker and Rohrer, Mrs. Harold Rohrer Miss
the O. E. S. in the clubhouse Rives, Mrs. J. W. English, Mrs I Langham. Ronald and Merle, Mn. Lawrence Becker. Ingeborg Mattwm, Mill Nelli
of the Woman's Club of Homestead E. L. Lawrence, Mrs Jas.
A. Caves, J. W. Whitehead, A. B. Others present were Mrs. B. O.I Goodlng, Miss Juanita Rohrer
Wednesday afternoon.The Daugherty. J. D. Redd Mrs. Langham Wayne Langham, Alton Branch, Mr*. Whitehead, Mrs. Miss Pepper,Nelll, Miss Florence!
bride's fortune was told In Eva Cdllin, Mr*. J. E. Davis" Mr*. I Lanier and Robert E. and I jCha*. Clinton, Mn. Margaret Godwin bliss Helen Schroeder an<
a novel way, and a bride's book Harold Sheffield, Miss Helen Livingston Harold Thomas Branch. I'Kennedy, Mn Fritz Schroeder, Audrey, Marjorie and Waym
was filled out. Miss Carthel Johnson, I Mrs' B. C. Branch gave a wedding | Mn. R W Mullins, Mrs Ceo M. I Langham. t
A bride's cake decorated with' Betty Jane Meybem and Emma 1 dinner for the bridal partyat
pink and green rosebuds and a Jane Rivet. her home on N. W. First avenue
Those sending gifts were; Mrs.
bride and Sunday-
wee was
groom .t I
cut by Mile Bradley. Miss Either P. J. Franklin, MM J. Tom Vann On Wednesday the O. T. Club ': J
Livingston got the piece of cake Mr R. W. Mullin, Mrs. Fred of which the bride Is a member, .,
which had the ring In it, Mist Mank of Miami, Mr*. E. E. Alt- gave a luncheon and miscellaneous -
Mary Bradley received the thimble man, Mrs. Theo Orfanedes, Mrs shower In her honor at the
and Miss Jean Calkins, the' Emma Moser Mrs. Lee Lehman home of Miss Jean Parman. AT LAST
dime.Mlue.Maryand. him G. IL Oldendorf Mr W. E Covers were laid for: the honor.
Bradley' Wtacomber, Mr*. E. F. Brooker, guest, Mrs C J. Parman, Mrs
Helen Mr*. A. V. Phillip, Sr.. Mr*. T. Ruth Scott Miss PrlsclUa Fread
and Miss Calkin presided at the JH PERFECft
E. Evans, Mrs Joy him W. R Miss Leola Little. Miss Dorothy
punch bowL Bird. Mrs. Lena Knowle, Mn. H. Deden, Miss Katherine Vann, Miss tOQtHMSTE
Present besides those named O. Thurman, Mrs. Guide Joiner, Dorothy Brannan Miss Ethal a
were: Mrs Wayne Calkins. Mrs. him S. E. Livingston. Mr*. W. M. Bailey Miss Virginia Hodge Miss
Joe. Gauieni, Mrs. Ceo. W. Turner Bradley, Jr., Miss Thelma Turner Hazel Sullivan Miss Mary Moon,
Jr., Mrs A R. Livingston, Mrs. Miss France Dabnsy and Miss Mill Annie Mae Booth, Miss Ruth i
Bob Harris, Mrs. Albert Meybem Mildred Sullivan.and Tower. Miss Lola Walker tad This new tooth paste actually possesses I

Misses Phyllis and. Ardel Parman every feature demanded of the perfect ,
MR. AND MRS. BOATWRICin Eloise Cowman, fifth year, Mist Inej Branch sister of the dentifrice does
everything tooth
HONORED AT RECEPTION Coldla Crennell Nora oAk.... bridegroom, gave a miscellaneous ? i
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Campbell Katherine Orfanedes, Julia Frances shower for the bride at the Branch paste can do to improve teeth, gums and '

entertained with a reception and Sullivan and AnnabeU Redd borne yesterday afternoon. breath. Briten's safe flotation process, its -. ; ;
shower for Mr. and Mra. Pat Boat- fourth year; Teresa Redd, second Mb One Hobson and Mrs.\ grit-free abrasive,. stimulating action ;
wright of Miami at the Campbell year; and Mavis Watt, Melba Lloyd field woo prizes In a con : ; I
home Saturday night Dancingwas Van Winkle and Marjorie Canner teat to an bow many names could when massaged into the gums, fts"trulI' !

enjoyed during the evening, tint year. be made out of the bride's new pleasant flavor.. all these featureswilI I !

and a buffet sapper was served. IIII Ieo and Miss Jean Parmaa"won< satisfy every member of your family ...... I

c rtage Mrs. Boatwtifht was Miss Mildred before Campbell her mar, Tb CalendarJuly Teeth become whiter smiles becotnI I

Present were Mr. and Mra. Flay brighter breath becomes sweeter when I

Watson, i Mr and Mra. Dexter 3 Presbyterian Men's CAREand Briten Tooth paste, is used morning-and :

I' Horne: Mr.: and Mrs. David Club dinner meeting at home of night o. Your friends will ,notice the '
Barnes Mr. and Mrs. Cordon Ivey'Mf. I
Mr and Mr*. J. M. HoUerty. difference. r
and Mow. R.. E. Scott Jr.. e4 BeautyTrue .
July 4 Junior Woman's Club'i
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bird, Mr.-and I IBr'iIED
Fourth of July dance in Homestead
t l Mrs. Pete Perkins Mr. and Mrs. Country Club. beauty demands
, Hunter Hardin.! Miss Gieula Dandy
the beet of care at all
o Miss Mildred West Richard July 7 Home beautification time Whether you
I McCormick, Allen Neal, R Q.Walaer class meeting high school agriculture wish a wave a facial, ;
room at T:39 p. m.
and Ted Oldendorf.
a manicure or any of
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Flfield July RedUnd District Church the other essential aids -
and Miss Elizabeth Home sent picnic in Matheson Hammock at to beauty you'll find
gifts Ip. m. the skilled operator at I TOOTHPASTE
July t O. T. Club meetingwith Pat'a Beauty Parlor 25Cf
THREE LOCAL 4-H GIRLS Miss Katherine Vann. ready to serve you I f:
JOIN ALUMNAE CLUB Jul. lo.-\mne Club meeting quickly at any time. ,

-Miss Leola Irttle; Min PrbcilM ; with Mr Annie Butler. Cra.mU ele Spiral aced
Fread and Mist Fern Robertsonwere July U Business meeting of Cessaasliea j
initiated Into thl f-H Alumnae Homestead Business and Professional PERMANENT WAVES jj
at the Women' dub.>> j
Club of Dade County ,
annual camp at Miami Beach July It-Meeting of W, M. S. Prices $5, $6, $7 I
which ended Monday They also with Mrs. E. E. Atkinson at Royal The: Dixie Dru* :

assisted. la teaching the younger Palm State Park. PAT'SBEAUTY
girls handicrafts. This was their Jub2sRed1anda Ladle1 Aid Four
eighth year In 4-H work meeting with Mr*. Anna Meter PARLOR StoreI'
Homestead attending smith I
Others from
Phon Sal. & Horn Bid
the camp were: Loubell July JS-Ladi1 light at LkM *
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Thoae"eIent were; Mn. Thoi. ...-...............................,...........................- CLASSIFIED ADS
Brewer, Mn. Anna Mestenmlth,
JULY MEETINGS Brownlow Mn. Geo. W. Turner, :lull I-The Lore" Supper RATS: First Insertion 104 line; subsequent Insertion! I 1:
four circlet l of the Woman'i Jr., Mn. Charles Manes of Laugh- will be ebaerved Sudi _.- U a line : ;
(the '.
ton Okta and Mrt Ceo. W. lug "Eeaweaberhtg I
MJisJonary Union of the FirttBaptistChurch sensor o* ,.

/ met at T.wne". Sr, CArwAt FOR RENTFOR real estate will find up-to-date j, 'I

..erallen Wednesdaylather.Mr1 . I ft m. ......*..<** Metes listings In our office. ...IIt.c 1 '
Dr. Tkoa.' H. ragM tttloUrwoM .
""" r RENT-4-r em bouse, two these listings are Mill at subnormal J

t, AVViM/ entertained ( NAUANJA on CkrM to AH." tereined porches, newly painted prices. Wt thai appreciate j 4

One._at her-home on South M .y of the great ktowea from and furnished, for couple.' either your inquiries of J
the lift et Christ will be skew*. : your Ilttings, all of which win 1
held with Mrs.eWiliielltussell Alto 4-room house, two screen
.."Sam (Continued mm Pace Five) A free will offering will be re- ed porches, running water, garage have our best attention. Now ii ,

[ Mrs Ceo. A. West, In-law, Mr. and Mrt. John Webb, eel"" fruit trees, for couple. Apply the time to buy. B. W. Morris' \

, Mr*. W. B. Myrick, Mrs. W. R. in Miami, where be It recovering.Mr. W. W. Severy, Redd' Dry now associated with H. A. Cam.

Cheshire and Mr*. Frank Irwin ST. JOHN'S CHURCH Cleaners. eron, N. W. 1st SL In Citizens I
taking part and Mn. Eugene Harper July I Beginning e( !... Bank Bid. Phone 71. .
&>then at the meeting were: Mrs. art announcing the birth of a ton mer tchtdale. FOR SALE "

wp.. Smith, Mrt. Amos West- June 25, at the University hospital Holy Eucharist, Ta.rn.en : WANTEDWANTED

berry and Mrs. John Seymour. In Coral Cablet. Friday ROUGH Lemon Plants for 181_ I .

v'i-lrcle: Two met with Mrt. T. E.KJrby Evensong I p. m. on 8UDd.,.. Large, good condition. Dan M. -Good burning 1"

and the leader Mri. J. C. Mr. and Mn J. C. Hess have Young People'i Service League I Roberts. (p) 20-13)) cook stove Address Rt. 1. Box t ,;

11.II11t presided. Others present returned from Miami where they ':31 p. .... Sunday at parsonage 291, Homestead (p] 3)) '
wen: Mri. Geo. E. Reid Mri H. have been visiting their ion and en Avocado drive. FRYERS Live or dressed Free I ;

If Redln, Mrt. Fred Olsen, Mri daughter-In-low, Mr. and )Ill. delivery In city. Phone -S3S-M. RAGS WANTED The Leartrr- .

Lee Fread, Mrt. Plerceall and Raymond Hen. HOMESTEAD METHODIST McEwen Poultry Plant I Enterprise will swap cUitilfied ..

){ra. Wright CHURCH (J8 28 U) I advertising or subscriptions for !

:Thirteen were present at the Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Holland ot wiping rags. To a pound allow '
neeting of Circle Three at the Princeton and Mrt. Holland' :July I Morning menages CARISSAS, lOc qt CUTTINGSand I ed for clean rags, white or color! .

home of Mrs. J. R. Dorsey. Mrt. nephew, Heebie Mays, of Miami TnBeaktble" evening menage SMALL PLANTS for sale ed. Knit underwear preferred. .

JI.;$ oilier, the leader presided were visitors of Mr. and Mn. R. : "Made Over Again." Mrs. Geo. W. Kosel, Jungle '

)(ra. Dorsey led the devotional, L, vender Sunday afternoon. July -Bible study at ( ,. m. Grove, Redland road and Plum LEGAL NOTICES ; ,J.

sad Mrs J. R. Rutland conductedt A Cordial, welcome I* all at all mer drive.CENTIPEDE.
Mrt. H. H. Graham and U..... : 1
missions" ( the ko Cone of the Ebmrik Jo.
study period on n. CRASS. Now It the I. nmM .
t *".* I Burton and H. H., Jr., were business > dt.iol tlrrart lo sod for Dado tonn4.Florida >. '
t Bibke. time to set ,ra... Dig It,measure ,.
+,.A short. business meeting washeld' visitors In Miami Friday .FIRST. PRESBYTERIAN It yourself for ale: a bushel. SOc NoUrt of ..........lo Adapt endChose.
tko NaoM of o Minor tMMlohm I lNotIa.
In which committees were Unit R. C. Jackson and child CHURCH If dug. H. M Lyon. II ........ .lees ChM 1M .._
appoInted to decorate the church 11 ren Misses Irene and Dolly and July I *-> Morning aermoBy will. oo MM Ink day of July, _.
., It .....k a. M. ar oa anao tlwroflorto
(luring July.Pfese4it Vernon Jackson, left Monday to II the Key Ore. R. beset GUAVA JUICE $1 per gallon. r their ."..& ....... Mr be ...od. tw.o.t
f besides 'th.,. named spend "two weeks al Pigeon Key Evening tenae.. "JeshiaV: one Jungle Grove, Redland. ono o( the Jadoat o( MM okovo otyk.. e
their p.tklos' .pplyl.1 fear sn rd..
.art \
Mn. J. Tom Vann Mrs. i.R of series Urea Chan
were: a on
with Mr. Jackson. Mn. C. J. Mer- Sanl-Sect for to *taaao the oama and aulhorlnlna tko
,:Pope, Mn. W. D. Coker, Mrt. and Leroy Jackson ten of the Bible.. Pyrethrum Spray tdootwa ky them of Kkanar Jayoa l>..oan. 1
ren accompanied killing mosquitoes, ants, files, a CMoal* minor rklld.D.MI .
Ja T. Robinson Mrs. S. A. King, \ j
them to Matecumbe where moths etc. Ft 2Sc gal ".TS. at .." rkwMo, thin Idtk dafat .
'r ilra. J. Posey, Mn. S. L. West, they boarded the ferry Juno A. D IHll. .
1 An. Mary Peach, Mrs. Frank Lkfcllwaln Edgar Mahan, W. Bauer drive. .ROVRR T iANOO/rtfR heat)
", Mrs. J. R. Brooks andMrs Mitt Joan Graham, who .U employed (alOU) ...... C. Uotolki.

J. H. Scott. In Miami spent Sunday at Solicitor for Prllilonm.Uona .
STEAMED BROWN BREAD anytime It. 14; July .. II, HI
Qrcle Four met with Mri. J. R.tyrum the home of her mother Mrt. O Saturday. Lb. coffee can _.

..' who led In the devotional W. Moody. Mitt Betty Blakely 4 size 20c; with raisins or nuts In the County :Iud..'. Court la

part of the program. Mn Catherine and Carl Walker of Miami were, 25c. Leave orden at S. L. Welt I and for Dade County, Florida.In \

Pickard led in prayer. Taking also, Sunday guests of Mn.Moody. home, 108 N. W. 5th St. Prebate. No 8037.

part on the program were: MISCELLANEOUSTREES I I I In Re: ESTATE OF JAMES A.

! Mrs. Plckard, Mri. T. D. Piche, SOPER Deceased.

I Mrs S. H. Fitch, Mrs. Harry Hall Geo. Fogle Breaks Arm I'REJ-.Sm.U! royal polnclana NOTICE TO CREDITORS

' Sarah Pennlngton and Mri. In Wind-up to Pitch Ball trees free. O. B. Parker To All Creditors and All PrrnonsHaving
Claims or Demands :"or'
Alpine Grove Dairy.
Against Said Estate: ...

'". RUTLAND HOSTESS George Fogle, ton of Mr. and PIANO TUNING an. repairing. You; and each of you, are here-

1"1'1'DORCAS CLASS Mrt. A. D. Fogle of Naranja, It In General Good used piano for tale cheapW. by notified and required to present -
Graduate hospital recovering
. ; Dorcat Class met June 25 the Post from a broken right arm E. Koon. US N. W. 3rd St any claims and demands

home of Mrs J. R. Rutland. which you, or either of you, may
which when he was attempting
mapped Public Utilities
REAL ESTATEGROVESACREAGE hare against the estate of JAMES
; S. L. West led in the devotional a tricky wind-up in
A. SOPER, deceased. late of
part of the program.
pitching I baseball game at Everglades
<1 j"Present were: Mrt. T. T. Bow- Sunday afternoon. He noswousa Phone W5-M Properties Listed. Inquiries Homestead, Dade County, Florida,

. la, Mn. M. D. Jicobsen, Mn. wat taken to the Fort Myers hospital Solicited. to the Hon. W. F. Blanton, County
Judge of Dade County, at lilt office -
Lawrence, Mri. C. T. Harper tint and then brought I.Homestead. .- Groves Cared for and Spiffed
Jw, T. D. Piche, Mrs. J. R. .B,.: .late In the County Courthouse In
Sunday night CHARLES I. BROOKS
Florida within!
rum, Mrt. Geo A. West Mrs. C. Dade County, ,
110 N. t First St Miami

fc.Walker Mrt. T. E. Kirby and eight calendar months from the

I Nn. Rutland. I NOTICE 'REAL ESTATE-TlMHM who want date) of the flnt publication here

J' H ,1 s-e that 1M rdb.t.a driW ..... or r moth thereon .. to buy or tell Redland District of. All claims and demand not
will pop GOULOI DRAINAGE DISTRICT : presented within the time and In ',
AREMX: CLUB PLANS for the apw.lq o the sa '"
year loss, hto erein .
FISH FRT AND QUILTINGS sdrwtalnt. will m sold :: .= : .... .: Mond.,, theN r "= .t Auto.. I A..D. LEGAL NOTICES I the manner prescribed herein shall
loss, at the Your .f is o-.lurk Round at the worth deep of be barred at provided by low.Dated ,
County Costs new
KA fish try and several quilting In MM City oo << 104.1, I. the County of DadaTautTaf )!wlTDo % In the ClMolt Coort ., MM Eleventh ,..1.1dlrlal I I June 24th, A. D 193U.
kVsslons were planned by theme rrl..tlm i. T. R. 4. Name ,...1 f. rarit .. ......d.. Im and larllada
Club when It met In the O\I\ of IIEI4 of CIE. __. IS H II It .. _. ('..n.,. 1* ..._.,.. M*. 44SI7, JESSE A. SOPlJA. \,

tLO. O. F hall Friday afternoon.Present r'lo'lo.f W t.oIofW Soy.f.NMi\ p(' s9. H 40 Ie W. 1r: Freeman. l. .g 1110"Tu THE FIRST: a NATIONAL e............... tl.tntllT.BANK OKHOME8TKAD n Wrtl. Executor and Tectiinxuit of the Lost of .

were: Mri. B. G. 11"\6 H' N 40 00! tint 'rust company .__ THOMAS W. THRIIS, ItoffmUnt.NOTIK .
N Sic of N W y of 0 W 14 of 7W Do. .. .n.u or MADTKIIH SALE I Jflmci A. Soprr Deceased.
Branch Mrt. Bob Harris, Mrt. 5ilkoNWVIof5WY.1NW._::: :Mil liLotaUandU : ;: =: D.wew 0.19: MM*. b h.r br ilnx that ender mil .
9.10 vlrtiw of the fl..l tiaras rf Fi.iy.etMurv .
Albert Meybem, Mn F.. W. 1I0IJTR'u.L'AP4n.. br
GARDENS A ltJ'8bH SRC. e.0. T"'P..f, ORE, 4.. rrndvrwl In Uw Show vntltlrtluw W. ROSS BURTON
P. 8.
al rate toL.
$umphrle, Mrs Goo W. Turner, '
tv the Honorable Worth W.
ft, Mrs. Wra. M. Johns and Mist 4 and a, 81k. I .. Frank f .'-.. .. 1.01 null Mi the. 10th day i>f J..... A. D.. 1111. Attorney at Law
Lila I. Hlk. a .. rsnk : Wtsiliaar / ... iKMlvnlviud Muter In Chnnrary will Flnt Trust Building,
t telle Turner. Lot T. IIlk. I Peak l. Paver .n offer for wit and .tU .l public' outcry tUw ., Miami Florida.
lilk. 16._ rank Nofh .. I.. Ufhnt and bMt bidder for espy a ldw
**.I" .. } ...'. : First publication on June It,
EVaS hunt dose ot the Flat N I Uiin lane
U. CAUUNI ISIS HOSTESS : L H Da2.t.: L71: : .... ...
eI ",11II. Florida. an II.. the .
REDLAND L.\DIES' AID t"l:: and *>i;: ...-.. srs:: iee elk day nt July, A. l>.. IMS, ootvan.tht 1931.
: = .. .. : ? (June 26 July 3, 10-
MliVV R5iB ; hnn of olno" o'.kx-k, A M and Iw
of the
The Ladles' AId Society Loa ,, : ... ar
= : o-otoik.. P M.. NM MOM bales o I- I
land Community Church met l' Inroad) HARRY OOI.D8TKIN rhea. 010,. and too bun UM .*... h .unot 11)j
I ( Tas Copses., ''' ion. the J"Iluwine drwiMiod propart j
S D<|4> Cony.'rk':'"'. ottn In Did CountKtnrtdn.. 1o.wa
IJy. .1'111.. it.UI") I WaldVnlMilT set kaMk No 1170Wltdmhon
i I battery oiaehlM Nu I +

Let Us .. tMTrTIRuro .
1 NOTICE ; : .
I brake oiooklno N> 1.0.I
I Meet ....k. oiarklna N>. M.21? 4
Notko lo hereby slur that UM following aWHhpd 1 l.nd.. or M mn'n Hv. ot u I ........ press Mo X-I4H .
; Rejuvenater will ho ooMwrir to ow UM omooat doo-tor NAtANJA DRAINAGE DltTHICT.o. The anon daMTtbM provortT will I" 14to
for tho roar Iil6. herons wt wpi.llo la DM same, tooMbn with ont of auea sale' aadodoortltlaf satisfy MM d. >r>o and all r.m TI'.i iaotln :.;
will U sold al ..nblh au>Uoa> oa Mimdar the Ird at Auaupt. A. toOoKriothm to ba publbhrd Tea a work I. r
Car sue. at .... bear 011. o'clock aeon st the North dnor.f the had. County Court H....... HIM III consecutive orrxidin* U"MM ,
r j I. the CIJr of 10ismt Is the Counts of Dado" state .f .1torWa.. oak. ... '
I. T. R. A. H... r P. RoaritTAIpwlal
I I Wood Work W% /H!% of .W tt ... .. __._ II M 4* to Roy I. Kin* Total S sues Tot .. Maator In C......,., Could You Ask? ...;
'" ... DON FEBRETRA.olkltor
.f 11I: ,. M 4* M i. M. McDonald. 11711 .
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Body,. Fender Repairs akWa 6SW4.%.J '" N yNVw'AA Ill, y ". It '1. H, July I. IIMI
I W.'ltJ w'tl
; Tops and Trimming of a iiu -. .-._. ...-. -- *f II. *. In '. *. 11..110oo.. "i wN4 NOTICE TO 8TOCKIIOLDEB8
I .0 M Julia Henderson..r al 11111Nor' Notice .It hereby given that the 30,000 Mds e. These
I Seat Covers rf wsi:! :: r. n Co. La.
of Et4 .. .... _. iii 44 44 her iceLand fwpor 14 annual meeting of the stockholders
PaintingArt's tat : Popoar ana' Pot.jwu Of The Coral Reef Nurseries Co. I I t tI
.... T-. .... ****
) W Nat(. NWIi .. I IT 41 too Ber f 24 f will be held .t the office of the 1 tr
Int: : Pas.Nw14 I Company at Homestead, Fla.. on Proven--Rugged.-Reii.Iale
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Paint oIIW'4 .. I n M 4IW14 Nei. Monday July II, 1.38, .t three .
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Shop ; .-r- Isl't O.C..a
: : ".11 for the of .
NE!( of 111'4 ... ....... ..........- *r.. N Danis. ok' r... 1.11M. o'clock p. m. purpose -I I.E
Pepper:and Po. [electing a board of directors and
: HI N. BROME AVE.Tanner's .... I..... A... ..'.. H.41 transacting such other business at
any of arld .. t ST 40 40 F' M. tM.n MMFmUoMl .E
NK<4 :: '. :::::_ U IT 40 < aunt Dada hewn; lof : .1t may come before the meeting.
,, HWWNWH :,.,. ,_ tl IT 40 40 C M HMdaraoo .' MMMH WM. H. KROME, Secretary
of ME', :: :. .... ::...._ 11'ST 40 M f. H. Dolaa ... _. 11741
MIAMI LAND DIVaXOniINT. CO'*.. II BDN. .... It, ,_ IT K... If, (June 2(, July 3).

Funeral ''BolleUaa. tot It.a.1.Pyetf II. BIk f ._. .- N .(mil Doaa Farms ll.tS Druggist: "How'i your wife to Casper-Sedans-'entice For Sale ky
AMBULANCE Las: I* to;.. Rill i: 1.: M mouth Da, SERVICE Loa >l M II. BIk. L .. W C. H. bark, MJ4 cant I
I.M7 Attendant Lot St. BH. I II C: M. Bortor .. 141Itlfnot Customer" : "Oh the complain Lawrence Bros.

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Part Eight r,_ THE LEADER- ENTERPRISE Friday July 3, 1008. _



I Social Events I Miss Marten Robertson, daughter .. Miss Isabel. Becker, Miss Inge- Moved to

of Councilman W r. A. Robertson borg Matted end Mary Margaret
of Florid City and Rudolph High. llometteod EUdrical
Mattson, son of Mr. and The bride belongs to one of Shop
Florida City's oldest families.
WITTKOP-PACETTI MARRIAGE TAKES Mrs. a Matte of Florida City, She Is a graduate of Homestead First deor aerta.(!torte.',
I,were serried Saturday afterooMl High School and the Florida State
at 4 o'eteek at the home .t the College for Wemev and for the
-- brides bnrt er ln-laW *t4/ lister. pact two years teal been a teacher Your continued
Miss Montcss Pacettt and Starrley I player on the W. O. Home Co. Mr. and kr Claude high in Miami =: In the Florida City school.The patronage : *
Wlttkop weN married ,..ter- team. brMegroont came; t 0 will be appreciated.Harold .
day morning! to Fort Lauderdale They will occupy an apartment Spring The ceremony was I(t Florida City with bit parents
In the Flower building when performed by the Her J Howe from Kendall several yean ago .
by Judge Boyd H. Anderson. They they return from their trip. if the Miami Springs Community I He is engaged In farming
attended by Mr. Wlttkop'i Church in the of
went Mb Burton dinner presence
Miriam gave a Their honeymooflr will be spent Lyon
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and party in their honor at the relatives and a few close friends. In Miami Beach.
Mrs Richard Wlttkop ol Detroit home of her parents' Mr. and Mrs.I. : The bride was smartly gowned JEWELER
who married in that In blue sheer ensemble
were city L. Burton Wednesday night i a triple
June 1J and arrived In Homestead wedding with accessories to match
Hand made crepe paper I
Monday lahLMill bell with tassels were used for After the ceremony cake and For the Bat In
Pacettl won I navy blue place card A wedding cake was punch were served to those present OPTOMETRYDR.
Mr. and Mrs R. Matlson, Mr.
sheer ensemble with navy and cut by the I bride-elect
whit accessories. and a corsage ,Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. High. NEUENSCHWANDER
Coven bid for Mr. and '
\ { bouquet of white gardenlaa. Mr*. Mrs. Richard Wlttkop, Mr- and I Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Becker Mr. DR. B. GONZALEZ :bst: '
and Mrs. L. O. ClonlngrT, Mrs. C
Wlttkop wore a yellow crepe ensemble Mrs. Burton. HIM Pacetti. Miss 111 Veaellaa Arcade, Miami
with white accessories. ,Becker, Miss Rosalyn Becker, -
Burton Mr. and Lonnie
Wittkop I
After the ceremony both couple Hood. I II II
left on a six-week wedding trip After dinner several friends I
Atlantic New York Niagara
to City
them to play monopoly.
ralla Detroit and Ida,MIcB. HEW
the group were: Mr. and Mrs F.
where Mr. and Mrs.H. H. Wittkop, M. Fogto. Miss Elinor Payne, Miss BANBORN' IRISH
parent e( they Wlttkoo- brothers, Rose Caves,W.C. Payne and Marion t!
reside. Plummer. I Q I tI
Mrs. Wlttkop, a daughter of Coffee Potatoes
Mrs. Earl Pal was !born; la AFRICAN PART GIVEN
Homestead. She was graduated AT ARTHVR HOME
from Homestead High School. Miss Mary Frances, Arthur and WUITIItI.B8
1911 and attended business college her brother, Billy, entertained the Ib. 1 1 1
here. She Is now cashier and Christian Endeaver Society of the ,
book-keeper for the Homestead Presbyterian Church at the homeof
branch of South Dade Farms, Inc. their parents Mr. and Mrs. A. 4c
and plans to retain this position. r. Arthur, oa Midland road and 4fcLW
Mr Wlttkop has been employed Avocado drive on June 25. African SATURDAY SPECIALS '
in Burton's Department Store I games were played and African -
since he come to Homestead three refreshments were served.
years ago. He was graduatedfrom I Those present included: the $ ROYAL KINO I LCE. CANS SUCEDPeaches
Ida High School and attended Rev. and Mrs. J:. L. Nelson, Mrs.
Ypsilantt State Norma at :a E.: Oatlin, Mr*. Arthur, Misses TOMATOES - 25c B. BACON
Ypallantl Mich., end Ohio University I Elizabeth! Martha Lee and Virginia
at Toledo. Mr. Wlttkop Is Bush, Mime Jane Catlin,
a talented singer who has assist MiA Morels Causens, Miss Louise 1002' ClDZ5c GOLDEN RITE lb.34c
ed with many programs in this FIdof, Him Irene Jackson: H -
community. His bride plays hsaccompaniment. H. and Burton Graham, Edward ANT BRAND BANANAS,3Ibs.---13c WIlTEILN'MILK
He Is, also, manager Burr, R. C. Jackson, Gerald, Edward -
of the Burton Department I' Sam and John Hickaon: and CHUCK ROAST
Store diamond ball team and a J.ll'ancl Landon Hlckaon. JUMB4 ,

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