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 10, 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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University of Florida
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AKP5867 ( NOTIS )
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DPOIBAU Violin Entirely of Florida Mahogany SPECIAL WORKERS TO HELP

: Made by. Sam J: Davis of KedlandOn


MAY RESUMEMONDAY of the violin recently-completed amateur violin maker of Kedland (GROWERS Fill om u. S. SOIL
by Sam J. Davis. Redland uses and the three violins eonatU
fruit grower and shipper who tube his entire product sloe he
took up violin making as I hobby look up the work aa a hobby last
NIGHT last January i* made entirely of Ja'uary. CQNSERVATIONPRKSID
madeira or Florida mahogany: native .. an adult tnember of Mt. ;
to this, the extreme southern Rice's summer claM In manual
tip of Florida. A* far at \to known training Mr. Davit If concentrating J
this .la the tint violin that KM on the making pf furniture
:Rote vs. Burton. Gouldsvs. been made of this material. and Cram Florida mahogany and other Mussels hite and Torbert
Horne Is Card .... Davis feels thai it hat the aative woods. Mr. Rice, InstructorIn While Other Sizzle to Serve Here and at I
for ReopeningSCHEDULEBEGINS sweetest ton of any of theinlt.lnlelltl three manual training\ for Homesteadand ,
.. bM M far com* Redland schools, has become and Parch ally ww
pleted. noted for the work o( this kind
Mr.! Davit 414 not wake three produced' by his classes. CASH BENEFITS TO % .
WHERE IT LEFT OFF violin since* the first of bat Last winter Mr. Davis made up 0(1.4.1 ".. Ik* Sabu.pkel BE HAD BY FILING 1
week, when be Joined M*. Owl gds. mitMl I. stoke violin\ for kit ttatto.. B_..... ,.......
., .. Brooker Leads A League class" as inadvertently stated In wife, who was taking lessons inHat i'iil; : 3wrTwo.JutY Only 50 Growers of 500 la J
these. MikunMi lM weak. U, take tarinwaeiU sat' had eely M
Wail Rotary *t Top front too t* > ofa: Teams ...., osi* lastruioent .Kib *>e /Mtttoa, >ale bpugkt a book *n JWy __ M .1 ..QhJyl Steffanl Says f
more or fee UoprovtoeiJ tools th violist t shirt. ttwUM It and the !
Diamond ball the ItedUnd Drs. 11II'11ICNIIt' bile pattern, paid July 6 _.._ II I 79 130.09
'I Only M out el 400 to MO Pad
July .0 71 |30.02 .SI
triers main diversion during the etoibe of rfc>rida mahogany, na. ---
July 9 90 48 county grower eligible to participate
summer' months will be resumed &, CASKS FENCE ties to this tM faction 01 tile Ita... HIorde..4 July 9 .. .I .1 I 71 ,((23.69 2aS9 .01 in cash benefits from Ube t
Monday 7:30 p. m on the city: regulatkm maple and federal soil conservation program
field-weather permitting- -wbery sprue* wood and<< began work taearactt. haw filled out Ute work sheet
It Ic/tcH last month. when theHeavy ALONG ,ROAD 4A putting la full tint o. the CITY MAY REVISE which must be filed by July A9,
rains get in.Games project beginning fit January. County Agent C H. Steffanl said
r Monday will pit the Rotary TO CARD SOUNDTime ? After about aoa hour ol the last night. 14
.. Club against Burton's Department moat careful work with only t ElECTRIC UGHT To further encourage grower i
: Store 1ft the opener end few gouge, scrapers planes, of tilt Redland District to take a .
W..D., Home Co, against Gouldsin of Annual calipers and sandpaper, the yiolia part In the soil conservation movement i
the A league nightcap.The Meeting was ready; to play. Everybody 'OW WATERRATESIvey la which U per tent of
schedule will be returned Changed to October in the know" held his breath waiting the farmers of the rest .f the
with garnet that wne to have Revised BylawsThe U bear how It sounded Mrs. Davis country; have already joined Mr. lJ
been played on June 11. o4 will lays' Yosit did sound like a' Again Recommends StetfMii said that beginning today
continue in order until the second time of tb annual meeting I (Continued on Page Four) Flat $2 Rate for Big Wm Musselwnite, appointed
half \Is completed. at the Redland District Chamber! 1 Water User community comnutteemari, will be
r The schedule as revised Is'as of Commerce was changed front Leader Who Saved Vets I on duty ath.* Homestead office
r IouJul1.; the first meeting In July to the I of the county agent, chamber otgunmen.WUdlwfc. ,
t t- ;cto .. Bunion, lint meeting m Octobsln Qf*Camp3.Vkits,... -''- Hero jGj0hnw talo 1\1I'> rale of $a. t ( laglwe out, ..- -.t
"' Coulds 4ss.ilorne.. bJrkwa adopted at- 'rgularmeeting ire would explain and help fill out the work ,
July IS-iTavem 'Store vs. Rotary held Wednesday night[ B. K. Davit, whfl a< rupertit 4- like to use more water for lawni sheets. Tom Torbert will act in
; CJonlnger>> vs. Horn Because worker en tile electric eat o| Camp I, Veterans Work sari gardens but can not afford to the asm capacity and for the
July ITr-Ruftlc tan vs. Burton; light line reconstruction project PIo.1UI' Malecumb brought I under the present meter method same purpose at the Blue Coon*
Brooker v* Goulds had not yet reitrung wires to the 13} of bin Ult ma safely through:''was again suggested to the city packing house in Could for the
July 0-Hotary v*. Rustic Inn; chamber of commerce buiUUrg the Labor Q j feisir.icMa: hut' covndl Monday night by Gordon convenience Horn vs. Brooker. cut early last week, the sneetog Sqpteosber whtehfir ctlc<16r wiped Ivey superintendent of the municipal area
July. 22 .- Burton v* Tavern was b14 I* the Uj b.U.Nd OIIt.&be. *41wt> tweamtw, war e light and water depart] TheM two men will be OK duly !
Store; Ooulds vt. CJonlnger. other l Important chapge pea visitor' fit Homestead from Je cjcsonvlUat I ant, and referred tow a Wtnniit. at their respective location from
i July 14 Tavern Store vs. RuM (Continue 08 Page Four) :yesterdayHe was ac- tee, for study along UI a sus.gelled 11. m. to 9 PC II\. daily
tic Inn) Cloninger v*. Bwoker. carapajsicd by J:. Byron Evans : revision of rate lot ouaotitjr A meeting of grower In th*.
July, Vm. Burton v*. BoUrr; wh> wajs atdeiant oflie Managerat I consumption- electrle H.MIMft. Blue Goose MUll at CouMs Wednesday
Goulds vt Horn Democratic Club WIU the VPW iMsdquarten but at ." afternoon, called by Mr.SteftsoJ. '
; July 29 Rotary vs. Tavern Meet Next Wednesday the time of 1h* hurricane was isveter.wr this\ committee CouncilmanJ. ". fc., the urp.* 4It"*)-
Store; Horn va..CloWN..' lh* hospital at LakeCtty I L. f urton, acting as president paalnbig the soil cnservNen pr..
July 11- Burton vs. Rustle Ino; A. meeting *f list South Dad pr* lean Councilman from the gram, was attended by less than
Coulds vprooker, DBocra.tlc Club has ben called! M* Davit ws, tb* only officer 'city ot Tom Harris thirty persons although 400 letters
fpfM team standings are at lolf for I p. m. next Wednesday July I or camp leader who did not leave appoiptrd, Councilmen Frank Rue were sent out by his office,
g lows: 15, In the Homestead city hall, by the camps over the Labor Day J. O Wynn and Mr. Ivey. the county agent said.
4 Deng.. the president, T. E. Kirby. holiday.I and by. InteUkejU heads I The request for revision o( Vnder the soil conservation pro-
Team W 1. Pct Election, officers and director -I ship and strict discipline kept, his >electric light rate* waa; made byJ. gram, .| aa acre I Is available to I
Brooker __ f 1 ...15J. for the ensuing rear will take men to"'tbtrd taw that they W. English, picture ahow *p. grewert who have oar' trops on
J. Oouldt -- 3 3 ..600Cloninger plan any any other business coining they took a4va.tae of every erttor, who protested that his their land underto
_.._...__ a 4 ..429s before the meeting will be available protection before and' rat. 0< I cents a kilowatt for 300 enrich .:.ndlar'x::: ..t
Horner I' t ..443j acted upon Mr. Kirby said. Membership during the hurricane He and Mr. 'kilowatts too high. weed growth comet under the
Lease dues Ire now payable forth Evans cam t* tilt Bode and Mon It Fallowing a reportthat the coyer crop classification. Up tof.t
j Team W 14 Pd current year and to vote in roe County are on business Model Land Co. I* considering a an acre bated on productivity
Rotary T, M. 1 .133 the election of officer and dire* I contract for the cutting of the pine of the land it available to
.' Tavern Store ---jj.. 4 a ,171 tore members Trust pay their duet Harry Pancoast Buys I Umber on its property! containedIn grower wire hold out part of their I
f Rustic Inn _" 3 f ..273Burton's i by the time the meeting to called Grove Home Near the triangle bordered by Krome tend from cultivation to give It
___ _* X I .:sf to order. a Here avenue Eighth street and the F.L a "rest," and still mar I* available -
-- C. railroad tracks: the council U they apply certain kind
: Harry N. Paocoait of Miami voted to have the city clerk write of fertptacr to restore the bumrd
Homestead Future Farmers See Big : Beach recently purchased the five- (Continued on Page Four) eut fertility.
1' acre grove of Chat, T. Fucht Jr., !
League Ball Game on Way to Kansas on the west side of Eckman road,
MG feet south of Waldin drive. 600 Estimated at Picnic SponsoredBy
I Mr. and Mrs. Pancowt will reside II'
By GEORGE N. WUU1ELD tomobila for the long trek. Time II oa the, property Just at soot a* a Combined Churches of District :,
Adviser *f Homestead ChapterF hut benefit entertainment bad small house wblch I If on U. hasbeen '
I, F. A. been given, final arrangement I improved by the addition ofa
Eary) Monday morning, June bad been made, and the starting i bedroom, a bathroom and necessary Nearly six hundred persons attended I under IS, Elizabeth Hall; 75-yd.
c'; 15, t'Al'n"Uumbo" of the, day arrived. The trip was to b* plumbing fixture and general the dlstrkt-wld picnic in for boys over IS, it Graham; I, I i
Homestead Chapter, r. T. A. and, made la four sedans and a pickup renovation Matheson Park, north of Cutler, SO-yd. dash to,11'11 over 13, Eu-
five adult drivers met k"t'tbt vocational truck. Each sedan was equipped Mr. Pancoatt II. brother of yesterday afternoon under theauspices I I VIse Walker SS-yd. dash for boys I
Ml, building Of Homestead with a sign on the hood informing The J. Paaceast the pioneer developer of the Redland District; under I, Phil Benson; 20-yd. dash IJ IJdub till
High School for the purpose of. be. tile public that the Honw of Miami Beach, and anmcteof Ministerial Association, aooordmg for girl under t, Mildred retry
ginning a 4500-mile educational stead Future nnMf'l""ll>ere Kansas the manager of fh*'Pan- to estimate made by leaders. man; tack race Ben Benson; potato
tour-a tour which Included attendance bound. The plcs.UP truck wwUic4 coast,)t.tet a' the Bench. : The rain that fell in Homesteadand race for women, Mrs. C. N.
it the state convention of tor hauling baggage which The grove which was purchased Its environ yesterday after Walker; needle and thread race 'I
the Florida, A* octat oof. F. A.. was covered with canvas The through Charles L Brooks Miami noon did not extend to the plantsgrounds Mr. and Mrs W. M. f Held; t-Uf-
a VdW' with the $J .- .!tlisbn start was made lit spit of a realtor foe I. alt-cash. considers and nothing occurred to g4 race,7o and Bea DeW; '
4 J'1tJ'n\ ot Merrtom, Kaft- warning from to*. weather; nan 'lion not mad public. '.... on itbearing mar the pleasure of the big event _'* race, B. C, Murphy; wow 1 1,i
N! 'tten.of the National Better that a hurritan was due to cress. Penisq lime tfe a4 The track; .-t,Wt1I' off as. Khedued en't '*ac*, Mr|. J. Jt-f Star*>ey; :'1
Ie; content ,and, lU u...lower peniawl 'W Norris early n.IIIne_ sad and whe eating1 time earn human wheelbarrow race,' 1C Jt !:;
tour The' Party Included: John FredV lemon trees not ,yet bearing Mad sjnehes were spread on long Graham and Jerry Hickson: TS-yd< 11}
j &ii whaat.Beld.z KaVi rich president of thf local chaps quite a number *f Avocado, tree table in the vld-fathkmcd mixHPmethod. dash for IN1r.ever S3. Ar A.A.
gu i visit\ to the Texas Cenr ter and pafUHpaM in the state There are existing facfllties for Koestline; bop, step and Jump, 1L 1,iJt "I,
nt Dttlla Tf v* i r public spesklngrtewitest; Myra raising. ohicket s. 40b* aa<| Three hundred prize* donated H. Orahsm; running broad Jump .. f h
Ij.j.'l! f o* Jun* ]* cflmaxed Grennell and D. M. Bellinger. ape pigeons.! hit Homestead merchants for the Winifred Owens; relay race for ;
.&1 r ;:' a4' fer"U "Halts pUoant for the florid Finite degre Mr. Brooks I ptonse grove track eventl,wtr4,..*. fountain. pcf s wader !.. tee GladdrSM*)*
I ?rt of the Homestead ru- at the state.?"M veAti U ''a vebpaa IDol real estates Mon *f ,.,..'ba11a, M*.4 nA. 4s>*or* kanckaj std judsiN fct*> *..4 Aflofeh
... .. (n.three weeks, of plan swimming tee... f diamond ball Miami \Is ate (elbes 5 o( J. R. and watermelons. Flrstprjze topes; relay race for boys over t,
a rfng mosey practieing :trjm i tring7 b ad., stoek Judging Brooks of HomeiteaJ. They Lava wlajnert were M fallow: 14. Jerry?Htcisgr, H. 1L tail. J.
I' 101 contests at the state team and degree IMMt tw*>4el.*. 'sold wil ..-.-.-1t7' ..... 60-yd. dash for bdy undef IS. Graham and Lynn t.o\. IIbeny.
cct an4 lteprtrattuA Of awi ;("",altsat9d,9n1""Yege.Tomnc) ,. ,seta/at.-,+ltedMald. JIM BoMon;. Mnjcd. dab lac licit strut lace VQaUnil

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Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday July 101986.

Syket: and Ewing to the scene of Grantham Seed Store I ..
the wreck to help.According .
Opening: Is AnnouncedT
to the testimony, the I TIRE BUYERS- .. .
FORCANALAUTOCRASHVICT1M four men with the exception of
B. Grantham, a seed, teed
Dahlback driver of the car, were .
"pretty veil intoxicated. when and fertiUxer: executive of several We Now Have a JfaU Line
exfierlencr in.
I :yean .
'st they about stopped 12.41 at they the aU Last bad Chance drinks announces' this weelr' the opening . ..t These 'Famoiii . .' ,
of the Crantbam Seed Store In:
-just beer, Ftlrcloth said-end
stayed at the place about an hour. the warehouse oir South Flailer i
fishing Guide and Three On leaving they were helped into avenue formerly ecvupM- '" t!>i..p...>.iP. '2SElBERLING. .. ..
Prominent PompanoMen their ear, a coupe, by Johns, all of ado. Irtc .
Drown them crowding into the front seat, The new store will _aaidl* Buf.' t
with Smith sitting In WM lap of pee teed, A. A. A. fertillMr, :
Funeral services will be held it on*_of the others. They: bad been Pratt feeds, and crate materials; Tires and TubesAlso :
I p. m. today for Robert Dahlback gone only 10 or 15 minutes when Mr Crantbani Mid *.ndvsUnds
12 fishing guide, who WM one of a boy named Johnson "from the ready to exlend'everr: coopen"tion I
the four men drowned early Sunday bridge" drove up to the roadside In aiding the grower with his
morning when threat In oasis and said that a Ford was teed, feed and fertilizer problems. [ -
turned over in the canal. SUNOCO AUTO
which they: were returning to the I
Card Sound bridge plunged Into ral loth, Johns and Hugh Easter Short, Short, Short Story I PRODUCTS GREASING ACCESSORIES
the roadside ditch two miles couth went to the scene of the wreck'Just Two worm were digging In
of Homestead and was submerged as fast as we could" and saw earnest-poor Earnest!-Ex.
hortly after the quartet had left the car 'sitting on Its top" with
the Uiit Chance drinking retort all four wheels in the air, accordIng "You remember when you cur- '
just louth of the Florida City: to Johns' testimony ed me of rheumatism two yean SERVICE STATION ;,
limits on the road to the key*. The "A fellow they called Red was ago Doc You told. m* then to DRIGGERS
tcivicei will be conducted at there, and he said he had felt of avoid all I dampness I I
;Turner Funeral Horn by the Rev. them and that they were dead," Yes, I remember: : Why''Well "
A, A. ,Kontlln of Homestead; Johns testified. He said "Red,"' Doc I was just wonderIng I< Flagler Ave., Opp. F. E. C. Depot
burial win take place in :Miami who was unknown to him said If It will be all right to take]+.
Memorial Park.Dahlbec:1c he was going[ on to Smitty's and a bath now" !
who is a brother-In- left the scene -

aw of "Smltty," operator of for- Falrcloth\ said they tried to pry
Ire tasking boats had been a at the car but couldn't do anything -
harter boat guide at Card Soundor with It so came to Homestead -
six yean. The three other (at about 2 a. m> got help
owned men were from Pompa. and went back. Night Policeman
>o: John W. Walton, 45, 'a former W. H. Sykes and Charles Ewing,
nayor of Pompano and former who was at the police station
ember of the Broward County: picked up two negroes in colored
vmmlsslon; Daniel J. Smith, 38, town notified Rhodes to follow
Intenance supervisor for the with the wrecker and went to the!
tate road department In Broward scene of the wreck. Ewing extricated -
County, and Frederick L. Alex- the bodies from the submerged -
ftndcr, tender of the HilUoboro car and Ira Johns took'
Inlet drawbridge them to the road. 'I
Death by accidental drowning
was the verdict of .
a coronOl' Jury
following an Inquest conducted Landon Club to Hold

Sunday by Justice of the Pence S. Porch Meeting July 14 I FIRST LINE QUALITY-The new Firestone Standard Tire +
L Kendrick In hU offices at Home- -. has been designed and constructed by Firestone skilled

su',id. In the verdict the time of The Landon-for-Presldent Club I tire engineers-It Is a first quality tire, built of high|
the. accident was stated at "July of the Redlond District will bold grade materials, embodying exclusive Firestone
S 1936, at about 1:30: o'clock a. m"
Witnesses were Thomas E. a porch meeting at the home of! patented construction features.
Mr. and Mr L. G. Buggies on Coconut '
Faircloth, bartender at the Last Palm drive July 14 at 8 p. FIRESTONE NAME AND OBARANTEE-Every: Standard Tire
Chance Ira C. Johns Homestead
youth who; Was In the place when m. ;Wm. A. Murphy. of Homestead s 6 9 5 Is backed by the Firestone name and guarantee->'our
Dahlback and his companionswere apeak.Republican a,. i'' assurance of safety, dependability and economy.
there, Charles Ewing of precinct committeemen -:'
Homestead who got the bodies out are (8, Harley R. Core; 61, LONGER NON-SKID MIlEIUE-The wider,flatter tread is
of the overturned and submergedcar Harry; C. ReelY; 70, W W. Freeman -' 4,4041 scientifically designed with more and tougher rubber

: J. r Rhodes of Homestead, Jr., 11, Mrs L. O Ruggles; on the road for I long even wear,.and thousands of
garage mechanic summoned to 72, Wm A. Murphy; 73 Edward rtlt0 miles.
get the car out of the ditch, and Stllln,. j' STAN 0550 extra
Sandy Sterling and Albert K. LIt- 'Frei- 111.11"11 COIO. IPDir- Eight extra pound of

tle negroes taken by Policeman WANT ADS PAY 4.o.n ......... IS 7.75 rubber are added to every one hundred pound

4."." ......... ISAS -ofw+ton-earcie.*>r.the-Firestone patented process of
less s l' .. ......: '840. GII Dfcping.:This{ not only provides greeter strength.
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6.00-17ILD.,... .
Announcing. g.oate H.D..... 15.20. TWO EXTRA UTItl OF WJUDimft CORDS BNOCI THE

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THE OPENING OF against puncture and bind the whole tire Into one

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PRATTS FEEDSWe heavy cross-country hauUng operating school buses, /1

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eerdklly invite yea to visit our store and Inquire about quality tire, built of first grade material to give you STANDARD ,
the ecaaoaty and dependability at ear product . This long, mileage. Now,for the first time,you

I* a borne ewaed and operated store.To can get such a tire at price you can afford to pay. ---I'M' ,. ./

Come in today and let us show you how the newFirestone 6.90.20......... !tal.s
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Friday, July 10, 193ft THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Paw Three

the company sates this year had: convention will be published in ...- -.-
FILM I TO surpassed MS,964 unto: a figure I I part IrMa time to time OB the edi-
that has stood since IMS as the torial page of this newspaper
: STAR KATHRYNCRAWFORD company* o1 llr-tlm. record far the through the co-operation of Mr. Judge Us by the PositionsOur
i entire "..If'oi My- 'IIal. B,* th Caves
I end of June, Mr. Holler said, 1939aalesi I While away, Mr. Cave attendedthe
HERE had,exceeded any previo) Democratic national convention Students HoldIf
record for the first six months by In Philadelphia.The .
approximately (0000 units
newly Installed president of
Free Tickets Available to the Homestead club, J. R. Brooks,
"' Public at Homestead announced committees for the you can meet the demands of busi-
Norge Shop CAVES REPORTS year a* follows:

Alms and objects Brooks Wm. pess we can place you Many experi-
"Th Restless Urge," eomedy- TOROTARYCLUB E. Rheney, Oeo M. Frick, Dr. H.
drama sound film, will be shown S. Wolf, Frank B. Rue, Chas T. enced advantage
stenographers are taking
Kr here Thursday night, July 16 In Fuchs
the> Neva King Cooper School auditorium ON CONVENTION Club service, Rheney, Wolfe, of review Five
' our course. placed
under the auspices: of Fred Redd, Tom Lindsay

the Homestead Norge Shop. Vocational service, Wolf. Ben
e The picture deals with the Th convention of Rotary Inter Archer, Frank Skill. I in banks during June Eight other
' trials and tribulation of a football national held In Atlantic City

t the attending hero home social from whirl college that June 23-26 was the third largestever N.Community Wakefleld. CavesInternational service, Rue Ceo. positions unfilled . Is your background

goes with being a hero, specially held, according to official service, Fucha, that of
a specialist Specialists -
a football hero, then the sudden figures, Charles J Caves, returneddelegate Luther Chandler, Che T. Stet

k r nallzatldn graduation"that "life begins with Club. told in making the Homestead his report Rotary at-! fnnl Classification and membership, are in demand. If a position why

"And U It funny" says George the weekly meeting held Wednesday Redd, Dr. M. A. Berger, Max Loaner -
M. Absalom Jr., of Norge-Neitor noon in Legion halt The total I W. R. Bird.Fellowship not a good one? Call and see us. .
Co., state distributor for Norge registration was 1054, with 82 Wm. Flfield O. B.
products, who is In Homestead countries represented, he said Parker, Bevo Webb.
The new president of. Rotary I IInternaUonal Program Wad Hunt, Roy
promoting the show Well, Just Enter at Any time Terms Yes
l Manler Jr., Wm. J. Geronimo Paul
come and see for yourself. It s all Will R. Chandler
free, and there will br of Nashville, Term, a lawyer andcharter i Reynolds. Rheney '' ,,.
r prtzeav-basketi of plant,: member of the NashvilleRotary Rotary International; Rheney, Courses Standard .
.trial appliances, shampoos, wave Club,. was ,.nominated ,by! J... T. Wollam.Youth ". ...
; sets and manicures"Kathryn Edwin Robinson of Sheffield work the Rev, A.. A.
Crawford, stage and Bog.. and .the .nomtnatioa was: Koestlin: *;- Wakefield. A. F. Arthur

screen star, and Roy Roberta playthe seconded by George LeFort of, ,, .
leads, la"The.:.Restless Urge'* FranceMr. eaves said.:Chslty.R'Ffrfy.wi Budget Frick. Rheftf). 'Home8tead..BUBin 88' College
r and art supported byother noted *elected seCcetarr and Auditing,.Skill. Bird.
' talent front Hollywood and Broadway Rufus, f. ."jCbapitt of Chicago I Resolutions Archer. Home
Mr. Absalom said treasurer of Rotary International Attendance) Caves, Reynolds, Building
Mrs. Tracy Chinners. managerof since 1112. was, re-elected .without i SteUaaJ.oSerreaDiatarmt.
the Homestead Now Shop, opposition.The Lindsay
address of Ed. R. Johnson, Webb. .
urges everyone come early II
the show will start promptly at I the retiring International president -,
dealt extensively with later!
p. m. There will be other enter-
alnment, also It was announced, nationalism and pointed out that
as arrangements are being made while other agencies may have NEW PERFECTED
been urging the people of Europeto
for some "top" dance numbers HYDRAULIC
music and other special features.The follow paths leading to hostilities BRAKESYou
prizes to be given away at the Rotarians of that conti- and your family want safe/
the showing of the film next nent held themselves together In brake on your new carbrakesthat
Thursday night are on display at the promotion of peace and goodwill will live maximum arc**
the Homestead Norge Shop, and said the returned delegate ping power--brakes that will be
Paul P. Harris, founder of the dotp.ndsbieChevrolet'
free admission tickets may be ob-
Rotary movement, unable to attend New
tained there. Among those donating perfected Hydraulic Brakes
the convention because he Is
prize are: P. J. Frankjin, Inc.,
Bush's B'ar'ber"Shop'' Beauty on a Rotary mission lit SouthAmerica SOLID STEEL onpiece
Parlor, PaVt Beauty Parlor; Mae sent a message that Rotary TURRET TOP
Morris Peauty Parlor and Florida \U well organised down there R"I' You want a safe -/over your
Power & Light Co. (Florida and that there is better friendship head, too-a Solid Steel one
City). and good will than ever before on piece Turret Top. It fives com*
that continent Mr. Caves said: pier overhead protection. I Ie
The Peking, China, Rotary Club smarter looking and helpsto
Chevrolet SurpassesIts with five members present was keep paieenten cooler IB
Best Sales Record summer and warmer la winter
awarded the trophy for the
having the largest attendance In IMPROVED GLIDING
DETROIT July 9.-W. E. Holler proportion to distance traveled to I II KNEE-ACTION RIDE
vice-president and general I the convention. tlongchow, China You aloe want the.. ercellist t.
tales manager of Chevrolet Motor I took second placeOutstanding and{rote"_. lab *,of Chevrolet
Co., announced that on June 12, addresses of 'the Knee-Action Gliding
i Rid.. Million of Kiwe-Actloo
---- -- --
J users will tell you thai this Is the I
adeat end smoothest ride of all.

.. .Y}uTI gate sat crfcoealbn out
.*f th* arui*. too k give
. Chevy let a och.4ndMc111a..U,_
understand that b now treiUal.. ____ I.""scoops
Bf/MehkM. .- en hot
..' .
ee*i .s*a4 sternata* draft
enjoying-die biggest demand in its history/ .in cold...mother.(11011COMPRESSION.

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"You're And there' VALVE-IN.HEAD
t : right. a good reason. ENGINE

1- -W flee aa-d ge&wseanee
?;..'. I.,.; More" .1IItk..? ''': ( ,"' '!''">-- -Everybody.-knows that.this;new Chevrolet b .011..a1 q dum In Nothing

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>a.. 7lJias] S*.IM. *.
R.r ISMS sjl teeing
tdlnl pat saran
.. .. to. tell at such a Sow- price: It'i .. .' .
f 'A- peer-a ...,_. il'' .... fls e.w+ ,HOCICPROO'

'-to.*. r. ..1 seem i h ajVwUsi Cassy fJkmnt rose.C..N ; BTCEJUNG'

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-- F Mlftln VUffoCst whit 1I..wor-t. of this only

'\it ..... flbrVek. One gob COW UDQtft 90 tQVCPsft foes CHEVROLETBird tompUt tow-ptkjj

+' '\. Cary Fibre Cooling Is also fine fat old rusted *n*. us t.l: :

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Phone. 62 pal Ml515.,4
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I Pare Four THE LEADER. ENTERPRISF; Friday. July 10. 19116.

THE LEADERENTERPRISEPublished THE LIBRARIAN'S; "CORNER -"" Violin Entirely of Florida MahoganyMade

Friday at IteoeNead. -I. BT IOU. I* U pow LSBRAR1A11LmlAET I by Sam J. Davis of Redland

FU" by the loath Dad -

Publishing CO.MN COVES ever since The French government (Continued From PaP One) regulation maple is about ready 1
violin-end much better than the for the varnish, and the shelve
__. ___ MMifer. W.4M 4>r. naiceaf: M *. brought a charge of Immorality
__.Editor: very old heirloom. It has been of Mr. Davis workshop have
against Flaubert and hi. publisher -
.. ...
Tw.d.n 'rMwi w l
0. a.
line March, timeat stored them
played on one on numerous mahogany

Entered M serial cUM. mall 1MI": a. SL-II ... a. ..: 7.* s, .. the novel Both was Were published acquitted In book a meeting of the Lion Club of slabs of violin shape The in*-

Mutter March .g. 1I1J. at the pest form in 1157 It was condemned the Redland District, and of atant Mr. Davis get horn from
sal *, *4 Henmtead Florida, tmtnth Bennington College, Bennlng- and applauded by the critic of act: el March I, 1(71. ton, Vermont, has announced the the period. Flaubert brought anew Neb tweeter BOW than When it hit work: on table, chain
appointment of-Julia Peterkln torts WM completed. Mr. Davis named and other furniture and begin
that of exact >
note Into fiction
pIVII.. PRICE: IS H A YEAR fatfuRy, ctteISthIlrvin, Flue- Testily expressed in words ft "A>pha" the beginning.. gouging, scraping of rallperlng on
man, novelist Julia Peterktn I* wl1t1t'OIftted the exact shade n* started making two more: torn MW violin. He hat bad many
IT TATS the author of that Pulitzer prize of his meaning His Style WM < winning novel, "Scarlet Sister faultless attained spending Wood he weld buy; the other *nttperiment an* amused at his artistic Workmanship *
You break your jaw on WHgley. Mary" honk Peterkln will join the year <.. lack ytvdacUoK 1II to be entirely of and at tile finished violin
Place faculty next fall. We have three Florida and Honduras mahogany *.
your feet in Holeprvol paid Flaubert ha* had more influence -
socks of Miss Peterkln1 hovels, "aiack: tM *f the K* h4 even t* :*rvt and makt
Held up by Parts garter: April "Scarlet Sister Miry," and I art *f the on novelist development\ than any other r the neck, usually bought readymade i C. Of C. Asks Fence Along I
Bright Skin. all
Von rbw by Big ten clocks. They are plantation writer of his century.; Flaubert's fine! one 4)f mahogany Road 4-A to Card
i stories zcn: the character work have been translated into I could not be obtained. R* weighed Sound 1
You.Choke yourself with Arrows. ore '. story a* U apt a refutation ;
Tell the time with IngersolL peared m print held Its solace meat of the Important languagekGuy /'of I weighted the mahogany and bal)mated .J (Continued Trom page One)
d wa one
The wife MW for the children among tile "best sellers" his desclple and probably owes the density: making the I made InI.. by-taV Revision 1'4f
With Buttertck and McCaU. have you read "Madame B*- much oIl1.i1lall\. the influence graduated thtc'Jmeof front i ron.bled'Ialnb' In modifying q

: You .rub With Mentholataftk vary" by CusUv Flaubert ot CustV Flaubert.Youth and back different according t* ahd rephrasing ftcttoh for pur- t
Written long ago Ita still fated the difference' in density i poses *f clarification. The changvof
Smoke Chesterfield cigarettes,] one of the world' best novels ttI of today. to apt to think In June the Second violin the the annual meeting to October
Wear Blue Jay pad for bunloni I II a good plan to sandwich acme they coined a new word When one made t>t Florida mahogany proposed tarty in the year and reported '
Brush your teeth with of the Wd book: between the they began to talk of ""Whoopee," was finished and was found to favurt-ably by it committee
eU modern Flaubert, I French novelist but it wa used m England about have a tone bt its own. A* It grew I appointed to consider amendment
You adman your vacation, the ion of a surgeon, wa 1330 *o It imt *:*actty new. John tal sweetness from playing, Mr.i and revision I of the by-law was !
And Palmollve-te your skin educated for the law but meeting Palravthe busy chaplain! of and Mrs. >a'I mad because member whohave '
While with Gillette and Wllliami with Victor Hugo George Sand, Henry VIII Used that Word, have some real 1'l0t1ta.plrlt been away on vacation have returned r
You proceed to mow your chin. Emile Zola and such literary Shakespeare found use for it once within It, and It wa named "Flor- by October and a mere representative
lights turned his thought from of twice and Kipling Used it a ida." Early to July the third violin vote may therefore be !
Wear B- V. 1)-'. In the summer, law. Already he had written much couple of times. It is not very elegant wa completed, tried and not found, obtained In the election of directors
You put Marine in your year' for his own gratification but wa but it seem' to be perfectly Wanting. When It has become and officer '
And yet tome damphool ask you loon making a business of writ. correct *s an expression of super- "played In," It i*.easy to conclude! A motion..* mad and carried 1
If it pays to advert!*. 1 ng. For four yean he worked on hilarity. It I* not very pretty from hearing It now it will be of, unanimously that the secretary I
Carney Citizen. this novel, "Madame Bovary" It either In found or appearance butIt l very superior quality Mr*. Davis write the Model Land Co. requesting
-- wa finished In 1898 and ran tint doe seem to be a very good reflection lay that the native pine in the
FOUND 0V EXAMINATION a.> a serial in Revue de Paris and of the spirit of our times All of these instruments are I company' property bordered by I

PAPERS has been the center of discussion WHOOPEE, modeled after the original Stradi- Krome avenue, Eighth street and
4.- Bigwiyr to when a own tries -- ----- -- -- ----- varlu Stop now' Why of course the F E. C. railway be allowed

to serve two masters Homestead Future Farmers See Big hot, says Mr. Davis; he I* only getting to stand at long as possible U not ,
-When England was under an I I started. A fourth violin of Incompatible with any plan of Im-

Interdict, hte Pope topped all League Ball Game on Way to Kansas mediate or early developmentwhich
)\0 births, marriage, and death tor I II Revise Electric the company may have In
I one year. City May mind for this tract. I
I 5-The Pyramid are I range et i iI I I (Continued From Page On) an opportunity to learn somethingof Light and Water Rates The attention of Chairman C.\
mountain between Franc and gate to the tate convention; the activities of Future Farmers B. Treadway of the state road department J
ispAM. Oeorg N. Wakefield, adviser ot in that section and resulted In (Continued From Peg One) will be called to the accident -
4-The seven great power tl I he local chapter; and James Wol. the making of new friend for the officials at 'the company'sheadquarters In which four men were

Europe are Gravity, Electricity: .1 sm, Fletcher Bryant'Wm. Myen Homestead Chapter. m St. Augustine re-I killed Saturday morning on State ,"
J Steam, Gas, FIy.IIeeMollot'l and Frank Demlcker, owners of Saturday, the party drove to questing that if practicable Road 4-A, when their car ran off
and Lloyd George.IILiberty sedan which they offered to use Memphis, Tenn. It was the Intention tree be left standing In the Inter- the road into the!: canal paralleling I
hi est of civic beauty for a* longtime a the road from Forlda City to
.' of conscience means transporting VIe group n th* to visit a teet hull en a
doing wrong fend not worrying long Journey route but due to a JnftuAderstandmg *s )ossible.A j Card Sound.bridge. In a letter' to
bout it afterward. Th tttkt. Hap >"* ttalnetville, this had to be passed up. request that barbecue and be written by tile thaftlber.ecre.
Artificial fjeraplflaUo U i 1'1a.. here the Mat wotveetioa' ttowtver the party did visit the beer stand be allowed to stay tary it will be pointed but that no
way to Main a person alive wits was to ccu&y the MWMMi of the Joe Wheeler dam near Florence, open Until 12 midnight Instead of I fence, tree or other protection I* .
I* to only just dead. party toe three tfty, During Oils Akt. TM dam i* WIle ol lete..t1tC the II p> rn.limit how In fore, was provided against ccMental swerving
1 t- A WrcJ M ft line Which meet t"""" "" built b? the Tennessee Valley presented by L Brannan. No action Into the canal and the state
in the: end without ending.11A much In evktehcC for ft Ilea I i Authority tier the purpose of Was taken, however, due to road department will bot asked to
buttress ft tilt WiT ot Ibatler. team entered pt every heelnot at' storing Water and generating lectrfrtty tile tact that three member of provide torn sort ot protection, It
e pt fiddling, qmnet and harmonica Arriving at Memphis about the ttnmcfl were not present A poaslbl
.--.A schoolmaster I* called I and It took ids share of It p. m. the party camped In apark request by A. T- Arthur for cancellation The chamber again Went oa
Pedigree I, hortor. In that fehn Fredrick for the flight. I of taxes on lots acquiredby record a* being desirous ot cooperating -

10-The American War wk I placed first \m th* pubis speaking Early Sunday mornmg, realizing the Presbyterian Church for in every way to bring
1 started because the people would contest and Myron GrnmeU was that t long hard drive was mans was granted. the ton conservation program of
elected of the ahead and Resolution of respect to the the federal govrnmni to attention
persist In lending their president slate MotHfttlon With the desire *f jhe -
through the post without a start*. I I for 1938-3T, to say nothIng > reaching St Louts In tint to witness memory ot Peter Johnson, park of Redland District grower -
II-A Kaiser la a stream of hot j of the fact that In every oon a big-league ball game the department employee who idled *, n d press representative
last voted.
t st these boys started out the week were > announced that would
water springing up disturbing the were among th* party by crossing present they
earth. runners-u" tor the final and their Mississippi 1 'river and driving up do sit in their power to give the

It Wind U sir in I twWry.II degree team received many compliments the eastern boundary of Arkansas. Here, the party spent the high tn movement publicity.
for the manner In whichit Three cars reached St. Louis in a hotel, which was fortunate sino J President Ben Archer presided.
An equinox 1* vibe
a than
live hear' North demonstrated ,the Future Farmer time for the game but two others the next morning It Was r&lfiinjlard. lit the absence of Secretary Chas.
the Pole. '
Dr.gred. "> 'Were tote 'in arriving due to engine O. Tttflwi V. J McLendon acted
ot I4-A descendants Filigree mean the lost Friday morning, June 1%. the trouble on the part of one. (Continued Sent Week* a* kemta-y' pro tem
party embarked.on the second leg
11--Louis XVI was I Gelatin is s a aaiassmaia i iminiinaai minim
ot (Its touts Starting out M seven
during the French Revolution. In the morning it drove up to Madi
t$-A Vacuum 1* 11 Large empty .
Fla and
son. on through southern -
pace- where the fopt Bve. Georgia to D tball. Allu REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS
ITA gender shows whether a where a short stop was made for
man b mascnTme. Feminine' *r lunch. From Dothan the Jratl led

neuter through Mulrtituftiery/ tb Clanton,
U -TU.* >also |a bb4 too M Ala., where p.revlou arrangeMvtttp F CITRUS. AV cADOES
the. sky .wkwr ...... .got laW to'4 .
nnd been
tesdei the ; '
tkvr' nimad> 'g* whew they kr* night 'in the high school agricultural : ,i' :-" f' ; .... .; : i.

t. dead. :T19iteahjaaein classroom At Oanton, '
'" .....kltn'* edut*. fnuchto>AM'TOrpHs*!of the.FhMr Citrus tfid Afoctrdo trees Ire'aeedlnr fertilizer toW rc mtffetVlta damage
'Ion was got*y *>ms : He worked Ida party I district federation .. .,
himself. up to b41' great heel of Alabama Future Farmers was 1 and mature-thU leason'so'ttop-ot'trbtt. "lleiMarttl' Bra td "'fcrtfliiers are
; .
an"M11.. blue .
t was Mil to mvttit held: TM* lave' eke Florida boy ''" '" '" -: .

j i a electricity tallow ,cnnd Franklin'<- father x.T was adapted to tars pl1 'pose. .. .:L : ,

; ** little gro t> er country folk DR.M.A.BERGERDefttifit '
J had seen -watching tilt bond play *
for -fever! tntnutn. They ud lEa

\ imr seen a trombone before, td 'Florida t Coast Fertilizer .Co.Manuiacturtrt .
the Player tt that ftu*.ftint Ktcrtv _
d particular. attention. honakt. 36 )}. Krome Avenue ) Jtedlanil Bland Fertitkm .
on* farmhand nudged .ev>
other hands his elbow. Upstairs

"Gone on," lie mid.. It'* a fakm.IM Office Hours 8:3ft 1:30ontN MANGANESE DISTRIBUTORS-
flout tvralJer It every tJm*.*--
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Free Mmrie.J'Tic RESTLESS mv starn"ne w.. Craw r e Ii..fry Noes

CrT FiFF TICKETS AT ..-.... Nerce Rhe. Fr l*>....4Gr *m-' .. at ;..
sunk&Seaay tat.MA
Fewer light Not MeVftd lanyfladcee
GftK>erJ Florida and -.. TO* Bea *> ffsrir ....sty F a .

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Friday, July 10. 1936. THE LEADE1MJNTERPRISE Paw veIn

Mrs. H. T. Oxford left last week
for Jacksonville where she Joined FLORIDA CITY SERMON TOPICS

Mr. Oxford who I* em loyvd near Mr. W. \V. B ewrt, C.rr.po l -...-..--.--........"..-......
and Around Jackson, Miss, for the summer.They ,.
will visit Mr. Oxford's parent I msT BAPTIST CHURCH
in Jacksonville Mill Grace Chandtor of Cl rks- July M MwnTag sermon MI
ton Ga., arrived last Saturday for "The Theme BOTH of UM Chrtatt -
Homestead I Midweek visit 'WUtier brother Life." Evening program by
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gatlin and and slater-Ia4aw, Mr and Mr*. the Tltbers Club. and sermon
little daughter of BonUay. Fla. Roy Chandler.Mr. by the gee. A. L Uth.M4 *t
Jt:;. __ visited In Homestead Tuesdaywith BraIlll1... ate
Y' 1. 1>1\ and Mrs. B. E. Catliiram' and Mn. Herbert Hunter

!. Tom J. Hairs went to Jackson nephew lIad niece and Mr. Lee to family. The local dentist and the nd Min Constance end Milton CHRISTIAN OXNCE
file Monday to meet Mrs. Harris, her fcrottwr. Mr. and Mr*. Pe..- DM visitor from northwest Florida Hunter are expected to return CHURCH

"f.i.1 'Tommy, Jr. and Mrs. Harris' ate nffigtNi flaughter, Miss Hazel, are brother this week from a __Ua Stay J a ly It limn"**n *nt
\f.' ter, Mrs. Edw. Brooker, who wen accompanied them t* Veto React ka Mutton, S. C "S--at."
returning from I month's visit Aft for k t'tio"k'bn with Mr. Mid Jack: Mile CatUn,eon of Dr. and
Byron, Ca. with Mr. and Mrs. N. Mr*. CrtfW Mrs. B. J:. 2Utn .f this lily. Virgil Bird tit Miami Beach Is HOMESTEAD MKTnOOUTCHURCH
)\ A. Harm parent of Mrs. Tom Will totem today from Brsverd, a guest this week .t the horn iMr
,II; Harris M Mrs. Brooker. Mrs.MM* E. Elder has returned N. C. when he spent a month eta *. J. X Sc4tMr Jly ll Morning s>
,il' t* her home as Cpmott keys' camp. "A Great K( 4." RvtftlagfaMMt
Mayer and Mr*. Ctnarte T. drive after a Mir i* Milwaukee and ) Maroon' *. "liMK the a...,*.
Warper and their daughter, Minks when the visited her con, William Mr. Mi Mew C, T. J> Baxter fen recently make their home Brtpedal MMte.
1/1 Katherth Md Cecelia. left A. eider,and to Chicago and joints and hit ton, LeMy, and Fred In theta Florida -
i ."TuHda for fartolk Va, when. U India**, where she visited DeW, "U .t MrrigMsviU, Ca. arrived l list Jo flay Mr*. Blanch SILVER PALM taETOI?
4" jo'1"&Y Wffl agenda b Obth. friends and relatives. On her m Monday %. visit a week at Chat fll.. Mr*. It C*}UiigM and J Urlathy I1.-i'teaebtt a ft .
turn *he was accompanied by het ten days With Mai and Mr Curtis Mr*. Fteretic Pactttt attended' the pastes.aa.ttral
Fay Hobbs and bit sister, Mrs daughter-in-law Mrs. James Har E.: Lee of Silver Palsy,arch and Joint mstalktlon of Coconut at Pontine b tri age.list -
,' A. 0. Cain, ton tot BUkely, Ca lan Elder, and her lIttle granddaughter aunt of Mr. Davis. Grove Ledge ]fa. 13. I. 'O. O. F, I. J. WhRwMia *J SM July
Tuesday to Visit rot several Weeks. Beny, 'who will spend and Const Rebtkah Lodge, No. 11 u. j
with relative and friends. Mrs I month with her before returning Mrs. C. J. Hartley bt Tenllte, heM Coconut Oevt WMnei
Cain will return to either Mount to their home 1n Orange Park, Oa. arrived her yesterday for II day. lrtit Local: Boys Enter
). Dora or Dayton* Beach where ),fr. Florida. month's visit with her Mi-lnMw Citizen' Training Camp
Cain win Join her m till return and daughter, Mr. and Mr*. A. J:. Miss Mosetey Sever I* visiting

from Hot ppringff, Ark., Yvhevib Mr*. D. W. Vans her aon-m- Smith. friends in Key Wilt this week. tight Homestead boy left early
plan to go today to speed a law and d.btelMr.. end Mrs. Polk returned B. }1.IPullen will leave Saturday this week for Fort Screven, near
., Month undergoing treatment Wm. Martin, and her son Marvin Mr Julia to her for Cleveland where he U to serve Savannah Ga., to enter the citi-
It; Vann, an of Vera Beach arrived home In Homestead Tuesday Otter as delegate" at the National Townsend ten' military training camp for
Mr. and Mr*. Theo. S. Meter yesterday for a visit with Mrs. seven weeks spent visiting old convention whkh is to be held a month of Infantry training.
returned to Homestead Monday Vann's husband's brother and friends and relatives In Lebanon, there Earl Smith Harold Campbell
*' after vacation of three weeks ilster-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. Tom Ky., and other point in Kentucky and Harry Brown are enrolled th
pent for the most part at Green Vann and family Mrs J. Tom Tennessee and Georgia.Mr. Miss Elizabeth Sever returned the red or second year course and
Bay, Wis, visiting Mr. 131\>rer" fcarnts Vann will return to Vero Beach Monday from a visit with relatives James Clbbs, Bobby Caves D. H.
.; Mr. and Mr*. Wm. Bleier with them for a vtnit and Mrs A. Q. Buck and in Lamonte, Fla. Dcllingcr Canon Malcolm and

They visited Chicago, also, andspent their children Libby and Jack, Grover Becker left Monday for Robert Gauzeni are In the basicor
two days with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. I. T. Kixson and her moved last week to the houuseat Pittsburgh, 1'11. where he has obtained first year C'OUtae.m.UAGl'lRS' .
I' L. B Sommers at Camp Cloud'i daughter, Miss Ethel have moved 224 N. W. Fourth street, which
mont, MT. Somme. camp for to 111 N. E. Eleventh street they recently purchased. The employmentMr. CO TO DANIA
boy at Mentone, Ala.. place was formerly owned by Mrs and Mrs II. Parham moved Six members of the HMagu
of the Homestead Methodist
I. T. Nlxsou. into the Fred Brocket cottage on
Mrs. J. W. Ludlam of Key I Church attended the :yearly meeting *
Tom Lindsay and H. P. McDan- arrived Sunday for a visit With Tenth street Saturday. of the leagues from Foil
1 lei, general manager and sales her mother Mrs. L T Nlxson and Mr. and Mr*. D. L. Bowen end Mrs M. Sllverman- and Myer Pierce to Key Wit held at Oanla
", Manager, respectively; of Bee Dee I her sister, Miss Ethel KiXon.: She family left this week for Valdosta Stlverman and his two children, Beach Hotel In Danla last week, to
Supply Company' Oldsmobile made the trip from Key West to Ca, for a visit with relatives take courses In mission study
Gloria and Alfred, were Thursday *
agency here, left Wednesday for Miami by airplane.\ Another: IIInci friends. leadership and Bible study.
guests bt Mr and Mrs Eddie
Jacksonville on business. They I daughter 'tIf Mrs Nixon Mrs. H. Sllverman at Miami Beach Th Homestead group consistedof
Weft accompanied by Mr*. Mc- O Van Arsdate 01 Miami and her ).fl'. and Mr*. W. P. Jemlgan *f Wanetta Koettlln, Edwina
Daniel Wh Will visit with rela- children Lola Its and Hugh, Jr. Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs. W. Sam SUverman 'Of Cuba Visited Close, Marjori Redd, Either
tices and frlepU in Dublin G*..' spent the week-end here.' .. P;:Jernigan, Jr, M Canal Point. MIl mother, Mr. M. SUverman, Pop, Nella Souls and Marjorl
) tor several week : pent Wednesday With Mr. and Sunday Moser.
I Miss Nina Pearl Bush, daughterof Mrs. E. E. Atkinson lit Royal Palm
Mr. Mid Mrs. WM. Brodi have Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Bush, k recovering State. Park. AMdlrbtNT! 1 BMOHMCMTt _
.rioed their home at Brodie's corner from an attack of pneumonia -
In RedteM tat the kumnmer.f in the Post Graduate hospital. Mrs. Q. L Graft and little
,They plan to 'cult Tn Ohio C-ew 1 daughter Martha Jane, left yesterday
1 and Canada before they return
kla for Mtlteeapor'where Pa.,
in September.Mr. I Will spend two months
Mrs. Paul Losner left Sundayfor they
'M-A. : Aihevllle, N. C., for I visit with relatives. Mr. Gault Will Join
W. Januaryand
family have moved Mom the' with ttef parents Mr. and Mrs. S.i them Ja a month.
Palm Villa eat
Thayer property TO
the corner of RedJand read and Mr and Mr. Ceo. r. Ball ot
Plummer drive. L C, McGlnnls returned Satur Miami pent the week-end With
f day from CherryvUle N. C., Where Mr. eM Mrs. N. O. Ball. s

L B. Danzey returned Monday he hal been spending the summer
from Cordele, -Gs., where be went 1 at rift home He plans to be hereabout Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McMk-hael
last week-end to taU Mrs Donaey two weeks. and sons are now In Ocean City,
and their three cWldre" Cor, b' Md.
month' visit with Mr. and Mrs. i Miss Eunice Cook of Thomas ,
L. T. Proctor, who 'resided InHomestead villa, Ga., arrived this week to'spend Mrs. Ceo. K. Reed was a guest
about ten year ago two weeks with her uncle Ot Mr. O. W. T. Snare and her
On the way horn Mr. Dnnzey 1 and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.' C. 1(. Bar daughter, Mr' *. James R. Bird for 1
stopped at Raiford, Fla., and visited -: row. f day to Miami last Wednesday, h
k few houri with Mr. and Mrs
B."C. Prince" also former Pesl* int 11"Ltt, r
ddtts of this city Mr. Prince, who 1
while here was foremanof' the e."i- VOW aak as
Bird Chevrolet. garage, 1* now .
v ow.
superintendent of 1h garage division : :.':: Say

of the state-prison farm. 71opA Eby ?Y M. +" JOI'...... as'tt4e ad.lor...
Mr tend Mrs. Cly t Crew end family of

Mi. Crew's sister, Mrs. :Eunice yGAfovoa I,
Jarvis{ all. ol VW* beach bud J.
J..Le d..J''pee spent Saturday-
and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W.
F.)PwuiliigtOM. .>Its. Crew and Showing at
Mrs. Jarvis *r* Mr Penningtoa'sTurner's


Funeral Home

a4.I11t. l.8ttANt1l: Mftt'ltB ADMTORIim

Lady a1R.nd.1i

Phone g14-R Mdaestaaa theDTt. e THURSDAY, JULY It, 8 P. M.




\4 Dentist .. t'v ) Tracy Chlntert, Mgr. 99' N. tfnmre Ave.

Office In HauSml1\ _.
GET FREE TICKET *4 Homestead Norg Shop on Home-
Stead Orwerr P. ..Pmtkate." Iws. w.-.. awl Kcndrlok.A. P.

Phone B3 .tare, West Oroeery,WhlUkec Oracerr.hands Power*, Light
O.: Florida\ City), Mae Morris Beauty Parlor, ''''. etyrartar '
HOMESTEAD FLORIDA BsMkl BeMty falfasv. -

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Page Six THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, July 10, 1936.

More plans for the house party I I second prizes, and Mrs. W E.liheee Miss Katherine Vann and Mist
Social Events I the O T Club will have at Miami!I and A. F Arthur, the low Virginia Hodge were hostesses al'
[ Beach for a week beginning\ July soon prtaee Mr. Cook won the U waffle supper at the home ofMias #
19 were made at a meeting of the raffle prize. Vann's parents, Mr and'"Mr*.
club at the home of Miss Katherine Others present were: Mr. and J. Tom Vann, Monday night Mist
Vann Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Ceo. N. Wakefleld, Mr. and Ellen Vann assisted In the serv-
The girls will reside at Ninth Mrs Wade Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. ing. After the supper the group
street and Collins avenue and J. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Frank went to the picture show.
STANLEY CULP DELAND EDITOR Mrs C. J Parman win be the Belts, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Webster Present were* Mias Virginia De-
chaperon. Mrs. Ruth I: Scott wilt Mr. and Mrs H. A. Cameron laney, Mias Alta Vann, Vernon
Mir Margaret McCirrah, black faille crepe with accent of Join the group on Friday and re Mrs Parman, Mrs F. S. Scherr Turner, Rudolph Gossman, Johnny -
daughter cf Mr. and Mri B. D. white and a green ascot, with I main until the girls return on Mrs. C. E. Eichenberger, Mrs. Moffett, Harry Brown and the'
McOarrah who formerly lived In which she wore a chic black hat, unday.. Florence Crow, Mrs H. P. Mc- hostesses
Homestead, WH married Satur- veil, and accessories of black, and Miss Vann conducted a flower Daniel, Mrs Landon Carney Mrs. h
day to Stanley Culp, editor of the the happy couple left by motor contest which was won by MIa Arthur, Miss Ellen Huff, Miss CIRCLE TO BE ORGANIZEDFOR '
DeLand Sun Newi The ceremony Asheville N. C., for a stay of I Annie Use Booth. Helen Taylor the Rev. Wm. C. YOUNG MARRIED WOMEN
was parfonMd by the Rev. C. N. two weeks. Those present were: Mrs Ruth Taylor and Mr. Rheney.COMt'8 .
B. Branch, Miss Mrs A. A. Koestline was appointed -
Walker of Homestead "Mrs Culp was tarn in Amerl- Scott: Mrs. L
Virginia Hodge, Miss Jean Par- to organize a circle from
The following, account of the I cus, Ga., but at an early age mov- CUB HOLDS-
the married
among younger women
man Mill Annie Mae Booth, Mill
ed with her family to Homestead,
wedding was given In the Moo Ruth Tower, Miss Prtodlla Freed CLOSING MEETING of the church, at a meetingof
day issue of the Sun News: coming and graduating to DeLand with three honors yean from ago, Miss Hazel Sullivan Miss Mary Mr. and Mrs. J. H.: Webster entertained the Woman'a Missionary Society

Most effective In Its simplicity I the DeLand High school in the Moon Miss Leola Little Miss the Comus Club at Its of the Homestead Methodist
to their host last meeting until fall at their Church: Tuesday afternoon
and a great surprise class of 1035. At the high school Fern Robertson, Miss Ethal Bailey
of friends was the marriage on the bride was a member of the Miss Marjorie Sullivan and the home on Krome avenue July 2. Mrs. Sam Davis read an article
Saturday, July 4. which united I I Senior Service club, editor-in- hostess Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Walton won from the World Outlook about the
Miss Margaret Elizabeth McGar- chief of the annual, president of the high score prizes. work of the late Dr. John A. Snell '
rah, daughter of Mr. and Mri., the student government, class representative 4-H SUMMER CLUBSTO Those present were: Mr. and In China. Dr. Snell was a brother
Benlon Davis McCarrah of De- and a member of the ORGANIZE TUESDAY Mrs. E. A. Ames, Mr. and Mrs. of Mrs. Davis and Mrs. A. L.
Land and Calhoun Stanley Gulp.1 tennis and basketball teams. This Two summer 4-H Clubs will be Lee H. Lehman Mr. and Mrs. C. Chandler.Mrs. .
son of Mr. and Mrs John F. Culp,' past year she attended Stetson organized in the district Tuesday. J. Parman, Dr. and Mrs. Frank Dexter Smith, personal
of North Boulevard. university where she was again The Redland club will meet at Hausman, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Mc- service chairman, reported that 73
"The ceremony, which was performed outstanding in scholastics and athletics 11:30: la the Redland School and Daniel Mr. and Mrs. H. I:. visit had been paid to the sick,
at 9 o'clock, at the Me- being s member of phi the the Homestead club at t o'clockIn Schaff, Mr. and Mrs. Walton and and .that 20 bouquets and 20 trays
Carrah home on West Wisconsin! honorary scholastic society; a the Neva King Cooper school. Buckner Beasley. had been sent. Mrs. John Anderson -
avenue by the Rev Charles W.I member of the varsity debating Merle and Doris Mlzell will have M led the. devotional part of the
r Walker, the bride's pastor, of team, captain of the freshman charge of the Redland meeting The- Calendar I program
Homestead was witnessed by only basketball team, and was pledgedto and Fen Robertson, ,Lou Belle .Others,-present.were;.'Mee..11L 8."CajUlngeTr.M .
the Immediate families and a few Zeta Tau Alpha, social frater- CrennelV Annabell Redd and { ; Ct C.'Sarber, Mrs
close friends. The marriage service nity. Elolse: Gossmaa of the Homestead Julk 10-Areme Club meeting J..L.. Ballard,. Mrs..Geo Raring,
used was an original one, beau- "Mr. Culp Is a member of a meeting. with Mrs. Annie Butler. ttitfH. M. Gibbs. Mrs..F. Fleitaa
tifully arranged by the Rev. Mr pioneer Volusla county family, his Special work in self Improve July 13 Business meeting of Mrs. E. J. Dyal, Mrs. J. E. DavU
Walker from the regular service father coming to DeLand from ment will be given this summeras Homestead Business and Professional Mrs. P. B. BIrd Mr* L O..She-
of the Baptist church, and was South Carolina more than 4C well as work In home improvement Women's Club. waiter, Mrs. J. D. Redd. and Miss
read with the young couple takIng years ago and is a well known and foods, nutrition and, arts Jennie Lobdell,
their place, unattended beforean respected citrus grower, with his and crafts. All girls between the July IS-Q. T. Club meeting at
improvised altar in front of the mother, the former Miss Elizabeth ages of 10 and 21 who can con- home of Miss Hazel Sullivan at
fireplace in the living room. Daugherty, of the Lake Daugherty tinue their program of 4-H work S o'clock, LOCAL W. C. MEMBERS
"The mantleplece was masked section. The bridegroom received during the winter are eligible. July 18 Meeting of Orange ATTEND MIAMI MEETINGFive
With green, studded with white his entire education In De- Blossom Drill Club at home of members of Royal Poln
asters and on either side were Land, graduating from DeLand MRS. TAYLOR CONDUCTS Mrs. W. D. Coker at 2:30.: I slana Grove, Woodmen's Circle, attended *
tall baskets filled with pale yellow High school with the class of 1023 ALL DAY STUDY COURSEMrs July 20( -Junior Woman's Clubof a Joint meeting of Bougainvillea -
dahlias, marigolds, and shasta and from the law department ol A. W. Taylor of Hialeah, Homestead social meeting Circle and the W. O. W. in
daisies, with lower baskets of zin- the university, where he was a personal service chairman of the July 21-Meeting of W. M. S..I Miami In celebration of the birth-
c nlus In varying shades of yellow member of Phi Alpha Delta legal Miami Baptist Association COn- with Mrs. E. E. Atkinson at Royal day anniversaries of the membersof
f and bronze, the lovely shades effective fraternity in 1928, since which ducted a study course on personal Palm State Park. Bougatnvlllea Circle. Four
!* setting off the reeIold"lIf time he hat been actively connected service at the all day meeting of July 23-Redlands Ladles' Aid groves and three camps were rep-
the bride, who wore a with the DeLand Sun News, the Women's' Missionary Union of meeting will Mrs. Anna.Mesgqr I resented.
simple afternoon gown of sheer both In a capacity as sports writ the First Baptist Church in the' smith. Those going from Horrieitead
July 28-Ladies' night at Lions were: Mrs. Ruth Godwin, Mrs.
net In the new autumn shade ol er and sports editor, and more recently church Wednesday.The .
Rev. A. W. Taylor, pastor Club. 1 Sarah Martin, Mrs Frances Coke
London brown, with a corsage el as editor. Mr. Culp is outstanding -
Talisman roses and valley-lilies in the state as a sports of the Hialeah Baptist Church accompanied Aujf. :Junior: Woman's Club I er, Miss Flossie Gprday and
Before and during the ceremony -I authority, specializing always In I Mrs. Taylor to Home- meeting clubhouse Nellie Mae Martin.D. Nil 4.
Jack Neblett at the piano! basketball> and baseball. stead.
softly played appropriate selections "After returning to DeLand A pot-luck luncheon was held In '
and Immediately following from their wedding trip the plansof the Sunday School building
the bride changed to an extremely -..1:I the bridal couple are still in noon. i
smart going away ensemble of!I definite. _
FOURTH OF JULY DANCE King Cooper School The Redland it'i ur.c; .
The Presbyterian Women's Auxiliary -
NETS JUNIOR CLUB SZUI club will hold Its last summer tI-
met at the home of Mrs. R.Y
In spite of rains and high water meeting on the same day at 1:30: Burr July 2, for a business HARMONIZEADIWNN
near the Homestead Country Club, in the Bed l and Community meeting and Bible study. The 4
the Fourth of July dance held Church. study session was led by Mrs. Paul w
there netted the Junior Woman's Mrs. Nettle Murphy, newly Haley.
Club of Homestead $2500 the elected state home demonstration Present were: Mrs. A. F. Arthur, : *
dance committee reported a council president, will give a report Mn. J. R. Hlckaon Mrs. B. E.
meeting of the club Monday of the state council program Gatlin,, Mrs Darling Mrs. i. M.
:night The money was turned over of work for the ,-coming year at Holferty, Mn. L. G. Ruggles, Mrs .
to the Woman's Club of Homestead each Of these meetings, and girls( C Ban Plummer Mrs. Ceo.Rueule .' Overnight thousands of smart women 1
to be used In retiring the who attended the state short course and Mrs. Haley.
have completely changed their ,cosmetic .
mortgage on the clubhouse, An- at Tallahassee will assist with the
other dance will be given soon, programs. Fern Robertson, Eloise EPISCOPAL: PARTY: IS habits. They've adopted; "AdrienneSclew "
the club decided, to raise enough Gossman Annabell Redd Lou GIVEN AT COOK HOME
money to pay off the rest 'of the Belle GrenneU, Merle Mixed and Seven prizes were awarded at tifically lUnnonked Cosmetics.. This is .
debt Mrs E. J. DysJ. Miss Alice Doris Mlzen will be at the Homestead the benefit bridge party given by not surprising. For'they' ,discovered that
Hobson and Miss Pearl Whltaker meeting and Fem Robertson the Eplaoopal Woman's Auxiliaryat
formed the committee,' Doris Mlzell Merle Mint; the home of Mr, and Mrs.. H. .that Adrienne heloedh thenr, harmonize' .
Present wen: Mrs Herbert Annabell Redd and Eloise Coax L. Cook Tuesday night High from_head'to toy ad-neVerT>eore.- : :cos-
Turner Mrs Joel J. Robinson, man, at the Redland meeting. score prizes were won by Mrs Lee
Mrs Ge6. M.. Sonntehsen,,' Mrs.' : .... tIDe?compltxioa: -,cosm tiekall; blending;: ,,..

Burley Dendy, Mrs. W. B. Cave,' together into one.glorio'usabeauty.enaem. ,
Jr.. Mrs. Claude Campbell .Mrs'
f Dyal Miss Elinor Payne" Mils' eCAREfI' If We. You; too, caffattaht this-finished-per-. .'

Thelma Turner, Mia Huff, Miss Section with Adrienne. Start today-and .. -
Whitaker, Misses Eloise and Mary '
Bradley, Miss Frederick and Miss and Beauty notice the flattering diff r nce. .
Alice Hobson. (

m'gtte'; True beauty demandsthe
DEMONSTRATION CLUBS beat of care at all .
TO HEAR 4-H GIRLS the genuine: time Whether you ADIWNNi i

The Homestead Home Drmonstratkm -' wish a wave, a facial,
Club will hold ill last EUGENE PermanentS a manicure, or any of .
monthly summer meeting at 9 o' ,
the other essential aidsto COSMETICS
clock on Thursday In the Neva i iI ij : *,Villa* we_-.....": beauty, you'll find I
iI ins,JaICiq s-*..'. the. the skilled operators atPet's FACE POWDER
I bled eta P---m rm wow
TROPICAL* 2w Beauty Parlor I: I
I dues she kind .e give,. ready to serve you LIPSTICK
.. MONKEYJUNGLE Jor"_ do gMMlne Eufkjwnng.'VI >. quickly any timer 50c;
I *
trauioe Evutee'SMSIM <
Cretslg.ele. Spiral -am
ffi (ONLY *.;LM M """ year CenblaaUoa
HOMKCYlINTHCU.S tail Hi the weans. wish sat
i lard sadWuioes eed dauseJ PERMANENT WAVES II

,| At f-.I'ri.. J 1Bush's Prices $5, $6, $7. '

'PAT'SBEAUTY 'j i The Dixie: Drug :

tl Barber
t HalalU Drtra west Sh9p

r of KaraaJ ReadADMISSION' 'j & Beauty ParloWm t PARLOR I h. ,.. :t a" :S re'. ,:.

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July 10, 1936 _

IIn time, coming originally from Cache I noon party-on Wedneaday Those '
I Okla." (Florida City). I present were' : Arata Alderman I

-'Mrs. A. C. Graw and daughter"" Ida Selfert, Katharine Ewing, I CLASSIFIEDADS-

20 Years Ago Isabel left on Monday morningfor Othelia ruche Emma Fitch Char I
Miami where they took the lotte Collins, Howard Lamb, Mar- ;

J.JO train for Jacksonville: their rU Oarfunkel, Hugh Johnson and RATE Tint insertion 104 a line, subsequent insertion
detonation being Philadelphia Wm. Draper" Ida line

.II IUIHll lllllUUIHIIUiIIIEIIIIiUINllill and they 'expect to be gone a -"Joe"Burtondaughter' Marlon,

.. 'O' Ir1trr "Wine ..... we datk..w month" was tick the for part of the week RENT REAL ESTATgGROVESACREAGI' '

: -j"fjfltv Hamlin and kit cousin but.It improving." FOR
;{,5a ey.r.'I.'tw -.II.'smrb/Mbadval.r$esIdu. .-le.............IS. -4t )485. Burr weIW Homestead- GOOP second story, cool well ; '
-. 4tH't oB-;fiumtay" .-
furnished apartment. Rent reaeonable Froperuea Listed Inquiries
: : .."Mr, and Mrs. Jaeobeen and
( Western Union. Solicited.
Ask at
Otis family have moved! Inter the C. M. GR
llrs. 1;. t-Fvcb *nd.son Richard Redd house. Their-too, Marlowe. gYE CHARLES I. BROOKS

,, left Miami.Op. Monday' for has .been .running the new Ford FOR RENT..4-room house, two 110 N. E. First St., Miami'
illlan, Tenn" Jitney'Dave." I COCONUT OBOVBShew screened porches: newly painted

*'*}. M. Cormack had the misfortune Sullivan, Sr.. 4. R. Dor T a"4........ t5* and furnished for couple REAL ESTATE-HHMM who want
to fall from his new wareroom sey, Oscar Thomas and Bunnle Aim .-.1'0011hotue, two screened to buy or sell Redland District
Thursday quite I pile of Caves took a threeday'IIelllon Matlneo Sat and ..... tt. porches, running water garage -

'lumber falling on him In the last week going to their old hunting lte.p. m. fruit tree, for couple Ap- real estate will find up-to-datei

crash . grounds to the southwest."Summoned ply W. W. Severy, Reddi Dry listings In our office Many of
IT* A. R. Pratt and wife of Redund -- by a telegram telling SUNDAY THRU Cleaners. these listings are still at sub

t were attendant at the of his brother illness, C. T. WEDNESDAYIRENE normal price We shall appreciate

church last Sunday evening to Fuchs left Monday for Milan, DUNNE I FOR SALE either your Inquiries of

...\C.r the Rev C. G. Nelson Tenn.' Allan Jones your listings, all of which will

t prjacnafPHomestead." "Aldus Matthews Is running the CROTONS- very cheap. A. A.KoeaUIn. have our best attention Now lithe

1 camp. Patriotic: Order moving! picture machine In the Helen Morgan .. Homestead Methodist time to buy. B. W. Morris

1' Sona of America will consolidate Wonderland Theatre" -ID- Church parsonage now associated with H. A. Cameron

c with the Princeton camp oft -"Studstill, the bike man, is "SHOW BOAT" I ROUGH Lemon Plant for sale- N. W. lit St.. in Citizen

, Thursday eve din., June 29. building a five-room cottage on Large, good condition. Dan M. Bank BId. Phone 71

The following prominent citizen Flagler avenue which he will occupy TIIVR. FilL Robert (p) 28-J3)

1 are Interested in this movement: a* soon a* completed-July FRYERS __ Live or dressed Free WANTEDRAGS
J.-;J3, Redd W. *. Wlnn Thos, a DIONNEQUINTUfLETS -
In Phone S35-M
2i O W. Moon T. A. 8th."MarT delivery city WANTCD-TU Leedor-
Parker. Campben. Calkin gave in aftersJOHN. McEwen Poultry Plant.
.'Tho EnterpriM will swap classified
Whitehead Jffm. .Qwiiu ---
U' 28 tf)
Robert Glenn, R. G: Moon, advertising or subscription for
e it a-Schallern: W. B. Cave J S. ; O. BALLET rO8T NO. 4* "COUNTRY CARISSAS. lOc qt CUTTINGS wiping rag. 7c a pound allowed -

Cave ;D. H Flowers, J. At;no- AMERICAN LEGION DOCTOR"FRL and SMALL PLANTS for ale. for clean rags, white or colored *

1. vita, W H. Cochran, W. B: Saunter Meets art* and third. Wednesday Mr*. Ceo. VT Konel Jungle Knit underwear preferred.

to *, Howard R. Lamb and Wm AmrrioM L .... Grove Redland road and Plum- .
p at* *. BM., a' 14 ......, a. .. or so.a theasft.ra
to Praper'1o ," \ (old past offlw) talk ErosM Ave.. BAT mer drive.CENTIPEDE. their aplhwNnn twat M ........ _
: .Graw editor THIS WEEK to 0", ., the Judas wi the ab.e oil".
+ A C
"- of the Enterprise HomMtead, Fla.NEWT Shstr pathMa .polo/as fr an o:derM
!It will occupy: the pulpit of Charles Bickford GRASS. Now 1* the .11.aa the exam. and ..4h.rl.tna the

4'I. the Methodist Church next -1"PRIDE time to act grass Dig It, measure .oro..,.. ....._lor*..then minor d "do.Do" Rlseaer. Jaye 55.s

morning and evening. Rev. J.Ii. 1 THEMARINES" It yourself for 3Sc a. bushel. 50c: .t Miami. l. Florida, tiih. lath dorml

Cormack being unable to take G. BALL OF if dug H. M. Lyon. turn A.t.Rt.VE5 D 1044.' T. 5ANn5TT R OSsenLLISANRTH

charge of the services on account : SANOTaa 11001)I
GUAVA JUICE fl per gallon .nM C CowUo.Bollclur
of his lotary Public
injurlee .iWala.n.IJ. .
Jungle Grove, Redland. for
ifThe following P. O. S. A Inltl- FIRE INSLTIAMF: AND ... I*. sot July I. I*. IT)

- ttion took place Thursday evening OrRED UNVB LEGAL NOTICES Sanl-Sect: Pyrethrum Spray for la the County Jadie Court In
: p. p.. J. D. Redd pres., R killing mesqultoes ants 'files
t- M M. KronM Ave and for Dade County. Florida.
B. Schallern; vlce-prea. R. G. rk.rtof No.' ""U. BoMm _rift No. a. moths. etc Pt 2&c; gal, $179 In Frebal No. 8131.

1In Moon; m. of f., E. L. Evans; secV ., Report Bank ...( rondllloi HOKOM004.,IB the tko Pint laU of Notloool' rUrldo Edgar Mahan, W Bauer drivealOU : i I In Re: ESTATE OF JAMES A

H. Vann; tread. W. H. Cochlea .< the cloio, of koalnoio oo JdmIt ( ) SOPER, Dea.ased.NOTICE . ; cond.. M. P. Riviere; guard, IMS (P. II",01 lo responses to toll
W. Maxwell Smith1NSURANCE
.ado .kr toBOlrolln ., the c......, STEAMED BROWN BREAD TO CREDITORSTo
t., S Mowrey; Inspector.. J. CVann odor B. tU. Mil V. B. _." ... Blotloo any Ml Creditor and All PriMmHaving
Jrr time Saturday Lb. coffee can
: Assets size 20c: with raisins or nuts' Claim or Demands
%'Mr. and Mrs. Collier have ;
JII FIRE AITO. STORM AND LIFE UOM and dloMltla ....._. I '"401.''' Leave Against Said Estate:
order at S. L. West
bought the Forrest house, and United *utr. Government oblktraUoM '
Phase 4$M You and each of your"I'freby -
Ihoved in last Monday. have direct olid/or lullBoaklM / home, 108 N. W. 5th St.MISCELLANEOUS I ,
' They Office in HeCrory Arcade ......_ ".11110 notified and required to pre-
't.k been living In Homestead for some Other bottdo, -... and -..... sent any claim and demands
tin ... 1.00"1
........ f.rnlturs. on* TREES FREE-Small royal ponds which: you or either of you, may

I EXPERT' RADIO Roses fixtures with! Federal ROMITO 1x,544.55 Clans tree* free O 'B. Parker, 'have against the estate of JAMESA.

REPAIRING t.- 1',1TI.I. Alpine Grove Dairy SOPER, deceased: Into of
Cook with other bank, Homestead Dade County, Florida,
HOMESTEAD old rook (IMM III ofralloetloo
,. tit.Ml.N PIANO TUNING ants repairing totheHon. W T Blanton County
t M. a JACOBSEN Prep. Other A.nt1 ...... .. ....1." Good used piano for sate cheap Judge of Dade County, at his office

I'. Si. Fr"nte.AjvenIe'r Phone 614-J Aowto ,>4S -M W I. Koon II' N. W. SrdEtalarood In the County Courthouse In
..Total! : Jlt
tr ... : ..; a A : : Dade County, Florida within!
r Liabilities NOTICI or MA5TLR'a SALEtalk.
14. Drawled deposits ., ldl..W.Js. to be...60 aloee that doe ..&.. light calendar months from the
Mrta...kip.asd twr- apaolal Maator la Ihoaoorr uaoVr data of the first publication here
: .. : : ....."' ... sad by Virtue .1a Final Jtmtrm at. fmrm.. of. -AH. claim and-demand _t
< ILt
Theop dwesa..5 todlvW Plane" renderedn thotmttt certain
fifties' I5 our
; h.rwby'at..4ka4hrfall wwkmfdr.Mkwt ik murk th.nd ... the circuit court .e the the time and In
I ; ; : oortnoraklpa, and oorporo.Mo presented-within
.. sa s tass opp asite t with G it&ask .d :*. .., ItlMKI c1.. .... Circus .f Florid., Is
hlie net 'hee same. O mPoLhor M s .... the manner prescribed herein shall
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;: 'of' *. State, _....%.d Municipal far Dodo c. I. Chasms".whew.i.
.1M/ire. will sold at pail.aetbn .n '' 410 M day Auran. A. D.
... Monentwd Iw. A... be barred provided by law.
IC4, at the hour of 1t relook noon at the North door of W DtoIe C.asy Court d.P-I" M.'tf tlIT i aa
Uw city of IS Wool. la tko Corey ol Dado, BUM atFlarida.Boaarlatloa United. States OonrnoMBt elation to ad CoM l> ti:1. H. H Fixer Dated June 24th, A. D. I9M
ootrtrk Aimto Kllip.lVMiKta
nd paoloil l oVcoaha 14,54.54Is.
) *. T.. R. A. N... Total Tai DrtnoHo of a otkor oo ".k.. In.rindlnt wits!: H A. Smith u L............ ., JESSE A. SOFFR,
'4 at 61 of IBU 1* M IS II a a .,._ I 4.Tt mortified end cnahlorrkorka .. Mink of Mon.t''' : Rank L. Webster I As Executor of the Lest
M..1 Lm of .. Nsy. .. II.. 40 I' ,v. w. r_.. I. OMaUndln. SSasi.tITaut and 0........ WoWtw. .him. wtf. wo Do.Induiu .
of 'W'4 W.y"%. IISof.: .1 s Wastrel" will M M. ....... MM *r.. day fAuriKh Will and Testament of
wJ .._ t* It 10 00 First Trust Caanpaar 171 (a) sea::.n'p led: ItM between the boon of II :Mockxk James A. Super Deceased -
1 HW\4 of IW4-of* rlW 1(i.:_: tt H 40 I W H Dairaoa ..i..... : tit of mass andorin.ars.oto A. M. and 10 o-rlork F. H MUK
'401 N W.Is ol SW44, mi NW%_ .. M .. W. H. Dawooa .-,........ tit "" M. M.IT South Float Door at the County Court i
SITS ALLAPATTAM IITBDK TWP (Mlloo' | secured. brploin Haws Mi.Dade County. florid, W. ROSS BURTON
GARDENS A fSC M. tt, Rfi* dt offer for Pals and .rll : outcry ,
a8spage ItMm '- of to the bight bidder (or seek. the foKiInl ... Attorney at Law,
and (. Blk f ..... .:a.....:.: ,', Frank i. Pltawrot ._._ L04 a Way -.._ .4l.OtS.I* doocrlboa orovortr lltulte l> Dod First Trust Building
Blk I' .: .. Frank I Pltner .. dF sawn .. I Coo..... Flurid.. t..w0 ,
ot T: Blk: I : ::: : Fraak I: Pltnar : ::: :::: :,4 IA" number II of J. U. PREL'S AD.DITION Miami Florida.
Ota H and It, Rlk. 14. .. Frank Hoffo .__ ..._ IAI gel Taw trep./s..8154,55..H tp Hmnstwd. Fterlde6 a.
June 28
Ota.I and) 1. Blk It_:. jrank J. Pilaw :: 1.04 IS DtotoVnda d.M.d.MT ant .wd/nl M filed the afar., at First publication on ,
r. -or .. rot payable bad ataminU) ... orl ,.:
Bill.I 4 .. H 0 eanna 1110 the Clerk the Court I* and 1036
5 end -. all..-it Frank J. Pitney' : 1 (4r .-Ids. far, am dew flat thulo c.u..... rkirlita, )I. TIM.
tt I* .. .. Frank f Pltntr Tl ebirot. .. .. _.:. 1fee 55 Sank I "! pan 71 HMroof (June 28, July 3, 10,
:... Bit:"I' : .:..._ .:' : Frank i: PUnar: :.......::: Loa (t. Other lUbllltlaoCooltBl ... .._. .. """ tko ..I' pre....... \0 .be MM M aforesaid
signed HARRY IOLD8T81N. ootouiHl to satisfy Uw sold Final Dares oMl roil
( :
'I tommoo atork. IBM CLAM HYtra, 17)r
,t Tax ColWrtorDado
Ooutur. Florida .h..... par IU.00 Di rlil Muter !. Ckoiwrrr.
Jp. I, 10 IT. 14)) nor share .. ..4 io 000Surplus w. ROSS HUKTON .
It.OOtMUmll SolUIUM for
NOTICE M ........
....... for eontln.Tout .. : is she Lear Court of the RM..sth JoMotm -
'*: Notion IB kcN" r (Ivan that the following _aped land or ao much thereof no ........ .... dklal circuit I. and fee blade Cway.
I" aootaaai M oar the amount dTor MAkANJA DRAINAGI DISTRICT laaao Capital Amount .. ssIN II 1'........
tko tDrothor with amt of Buck aala. ondoblnr of iBtoMhMl r* Adapt ..dChin.
the lNs hems oat ODtmlto to aamo.
year, will ko told. at BuHIa portion oa ktomlar. the Ird dar of AMrnat, A. Dn Total tlnbllltlotBtatoa ,au".. ... tko Mono of a Minor IklMl
*. at tko. hour ot 1* oolork noon at the aortk door of the Dado County Curt H_ Notice ta Wrrhf mm. hot the seder
the City of Mlaail. lai the Cooatr of Dado, State of Florida.DoarrlrllM ......".., Lnese and 15,5.5.;; Signed will. o. the Utk tar .f July. 1M4

l \ i. T B. A.goNya... Total Tax Fledged to. .sosaraatana uaballles0.s.4 okll.aatlooo Could You Mk?

A aWU ____ f* M 40 1'11. King dlroot a..dar fail, I
I etLLV.of: ... ...... to a* 40 SO : ;McUoaald -.... ..4117.05 guaranteed .. .. IttMOM

swE ;' 4' NW'Atool .) TotoI PI.dead .easout/ng/ Podia--- Let Us a

W.'or. WI6 ,' ",4.o144S 55 Se II lit I. N. 11.14 .. ..... m.J.55 _tot .. ... .._ ..._I 54e55.55Pleds.dI '
MW\ .: ..::.'M"....-..:.:::. : ..,;:: II .. M .so Julie H.adsoaw, 'm Ii .. 11181.M. -- RejuvenateYour 30.000 Miles on ThwI
111\4 ., MIt" d 1i.\4 -. ._ 1 It II u N,011011 Lead Ceo. :.. Anfnat BtoUoOovominont
11'\4 d N IIt'4 ... .. .. ... ". if 55: II 'r.-: Lk Posner. .t tat ad 9ooUIM '
7' .wNer.lw _. .... Car I 1 1ProverRuggerReliable
... ter. ... ,. -w > oVoMlt. ".. ; II. I
l 16 of HE""(, Holt\ ...:. -...-. 5 at 11 lOt I. tD. P40:1 tale W .1 lot Aninot-......atoM.., doooaHo OOOMTm4 ltM0lk

.;;g, lo-AA- "a'64.1." she.wK .r Total ririlW .._ I 88.555.55 I Wood Work
d Ttl'S( .. ....... It 4e' i2e Stave of riorMo. Cavil ml Uodo

sit .9 ..... ... L 47 N ;. N.nM. r:." Pepper. -14' ,11 I. I. t. M.I.da..asttMT.( t C'.toJUUNM Bodf Fender Repair.Tops .
NR74 ..... Popp" and tea .._ ....... do ..Mazy owner Ik* and '
_. I.... A_ ..._... .. '1'" shame assesses .s gran to. we w ad my TrimmingSett
''U ofacu: .....:2.: __. a IT .. 4* r. M. owes ..olllanal know_ ad J.J."'HC 1101.t-BBDON 6oohlarOta Covers
k 4 Dotrtk D ad rinse, lao. $toW
NllU .. IS 4O
; _
5..o& M ad wMerIMd betas Ws
.1C :U 61 M. M ? N.'S.Tm. dw of I...... t....
VS5t ; : PaintingArt's
< *4 ; ; :=:;; .n H DOM E. rEaaura .Motor** f......
.IAM SAND cTfv,iariiirrf epf.; 'vaot<. (... id Twit it1, a.. 40 Mt .rkr/.. expires, Joo. It- took Cooper-Sedas.-Ttx-k
.xr H : k , 5e.11AU.t
14 :; I ,. .:;, l-.: .....IS .0-6 lIMO ,,.... ,... t Far Sale by

"18... ... R aces.k.::1,.';. \-ft'. u ...., ::.:SouthaD.; .+.!- Lase'1119420.44it. : ""MAR 10(18..11"R; Pat S

..:. ... y :.:" 7 II C. .. 4M.k.e 1514 ITMt'BDksbmmaY' 1 Lawrence Bras.
: ,, .. ... fU..OOIJllll'BIM .. $3.L.RROKX LYL
,. '' :::.., '--.--- ... ... $
"T'. Too 6.00I .
.... ... HOMESTEAD, I'IA.Friday
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Page THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Friday July 10, 19M.
off the rock*. ao the same CIVIl- dent Joseph Hkkaa tamed X. H.Callehef AnnMTCement was made that Jaauary
LIONS TO LIMIT ties bad put many: : a business and Too Kirby and K. L.I i. ft Wyxwc who wed' elected a Short talk were made by Ftev
Individual back te fair gesso Lawrence a* the membenUp dekgake at a previous meeting I* I ident T. D Piche A. w. Jones,
SIZE OF CLUB TO viler -. "" The membership baa now visiting near Cleveland and I Paul PuUen& J K. Wbilakert Rut.
He recite mttariWi and named been divided into **v group will eMenO the eo.v nUo wtu. I ua Graham Mia Yteglauv Barbed .
chips that had been pulled oft with taptaJM to eee that member out expense to the club. of Miami and other '
75 MEMBERS the rock when It had appeared 01 their respective groups attend The Fourth of July societies m
that they were aground to tay ateeUni. Qrouc captains ere a*: the arhool auditorium was marked
"We are now returning to prosperity follow: L B. C. Murphy; 2. A. P. b* a bulcd'd'-'net" served on
Membership at the Lion dub and. that to ma mean a Smith;I.Claude Campbell 4. Tom UM la the toggle tee water
of the Redland. restrict wW be challenge.: Said the. steamship Torbert; i. WUaw Cast; 1 A. C.' coffee' war* provided br the c.Ia'j
limited to 79. according to action line executive* -- .' Eatoq ''L .aa J.J3th. After the dinner Major
taken at the weekly meeting ef I' t, Varver announced the IllU
"All of aaa have either jam on
the dub Tuesday night In the the rock and stayed there or we PUt.tiNCHOSENDELEGATE of! .a program prepwcd by Mn.
Lion On cm Silver Paint drive. have con oa them and have got / Ge<. R Heed It Consisted of leading
The club which has hid two reading by
a phenomenal by
ten oft Are we- going to profit by
growth, now hu M L. 0. Wjrmaa and a talk, the story
the experience of the pad or are TO I
members When the limit baa been we going to allow ourselves to of the orUta 4 toe flat of tea
reached, a waiting list will be Uhtted SUM, by Mrs Reed. She
drift erbeblowa om the rockiagatnT"
kept iron which vacancies will be TOWNSEND JDEETa closed he*< talk with a reading .
filled in order of application.The The ihnunahlp huaineea freight during which Mra K. A. trials
action was takaa at the and pas nB*., U apiendidV Mr. r'f'P"t Betsy Doa making.
recommendation of the board of Vrovoort said."Buildings I 9. Pulkn ef Florida CWy waunanimMubr I our fut not sad Mr. JIM: ",. GeneralPublic
director, U was announced that are going up all the elected delegate to resented Uncle awn
U a Uoa it absent four times In while in Miami Beach and, M far the national Tawsaend oenventiM I I Children on the pra' praw were:
success = without valid enema. as I can see, all of the aoutheeet tax veland July XM9 by the I Ralph McCullough: Joe and Jud Utilities
his name will be dropped from cost of Florida,1* he continued."That Hate Townsend Club at ita I: IOn P ebb, Bobby tkelz. Richard
the roll meeting Sunday afternoon Ia the Biggera. Juniot Jim*
shows frofitm doemt It? Barbara ..*..a4 ;Mae $$'Si
New King Cooper School audi isle McConnell
R. t Vervoort general agent of We are all going place; we are i ii i
the Clyd >Mllory Steamship H cur way. It I* a question el toriwt4 Smith Betty Diet, and Martha
Lines told the UOM Club. Tuesday -i 'All aboard Let* go out Into the "' "" '"'' .
night that '*-and depth,let eu*goal and watch that c
dividual haw all gone so -I nub oq the betKh."
rock In recent yean," but M W. L fbk WM pt'fIIote4 with CHASE N. a.
.tience. penUtenc* and a master key member placquv for I'NBOL'IICoffee
tion had gotten many a steamship I dlfUagulihed.' club__aervtce Fred-
a Crackers

Green Lantern Restaurant + flees -
Western T-Bone Steak DUUMT Me Chicken Dinner 19* ib.
Eegvtor Dinner 5e Vegetable Mate SeAfl 6 for
Loads ef B_..... ....1rIo1IeI
24c ZSc



i Pickles FLAKES15c B. BACON

3201..jarZ5C BULK I IBS. lb. .. se -34c
I i



DOG FOOD .... . 25c Ib.- ...ZSc



.._ ?

MOVING IN 10 Ibs. 3c.c 10 Ibs. t ; V 53c

a.oWN.all'S. a ..... WESTERN'


Tate time their borne is"for he t .
p ] TANHAMX-NO. t CAMS. I CANS Ib. -.- 17c

That' the way we are helping families to
I'IU.Unra CORN or PEAS 25c n2sn"o m.
t build these daysj With permanence and security -
materials and construction I
-sturdy FLOUR BEEF
I sensible financing: that leads to REAL BOMB : ASSORTED FLAVORS IPKC8.20c.

! OWNERSHIP with euy monthly payments. 20 lb. ba18'C JELLO . . lb. .:[5c
Let us explain the new FHA Insured Mort

i .are-only one-fifth down payments like THREE DIAMONDS .
! rent.. .We'll be glad to advise you about plans :

and submit estimates. I Sliced Pineapple Mb.pkg.I3C"

41b. Pkg. 4f

No. 2 can 15c It


W. D. Horne Co., Inc. Peanut Butler Steaks lb 2Sc fogy ROAST i

FRANK U SKILL Owner 2 lb. Jar Z9c lb.---.20c

OLD VIRGINIA FREIa IULUD (Fray W. B. c.n" fara) AJST :

\. I Arm BUTTER Cheese :

WELDING SHOP ryers lb. 3 Sc
l. QL ar'- :lSc lb. ..zacFAR to.'J1A.f .

ftwtoU roseate taw!Ar*.Hm*WeWlat ee Oltode BtocU. WEST
\ 11et lwtwnee Ce. u411e1Jen. ; ,C o oy
\, C7adi >trg
',- !rAstetsethe MacttiM Kttalrlaf.Cktertef le garages ta gala Fresh PrunesNo. \ 'lb.
f' bearing landing ... aJUtaxd seatabagt teaMcejNc,1M m* rl iMaiAbaMat I
Sod IIU'"*r ...... ,: ]I' '{. !I It 3Ifc
t xpnT: Wof.f H'IANSInh. t UARANTEED 21/2 cans 25cght ,'


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