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 17, 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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Homestead leader
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; More Than 100 Soil Conservation I :

fm I Work Sheets Filed Within Week $60,800DYKE-P1PPROJECT .

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COUNTY WIDE More than one hundred'appHea'! checks back within the next two i FORfflGHLAlSEClIONGlVENPLANNING !
I Lions, or "work sheet," for pat month for work they had already :
ticipatiou In the federal sort conk don
servatlon program wen filed thbweek "When these checks begin coming -

SURVEYffORKControl : by Dade County growers, to," h* said, "ther won't be BOARD APPROVAL ;
County Agricultural Agent C. H. any more difficulty In getting

'I Steffant Hid last night growers understand the pro-
Mewl of the applications wet grim and to fill out worksheets __ I
Lines Established filed with Wm. Mutselwhlt, ,t for the K38-ST _110ft."
Sponsored by County at.
From Peters' FloP the Homeateedoffie*of the__- Mr. Sleffani said that there was Busy Digging Ditches
fda City ty.agent, and Tom Torbert, at the not another section of the country And Filling; Them up Expense of F. f;. C.Growers t
Blue Goose packing house in that can carry on a soil conservation : Assn. ., 4
ONLY Could, who were deputized by program a* Dad County can. Digging ditches and Oiling "Mo
TWO PARTIES Mr. Steffanl tout week-end for full 'Three cover crop a year can up. . LOCATION ADDS TOPLAN'S '
OF FEW MEN ON JOBLeaders time work In knitting grower to be crown down her as compared That ia what the state road department "
fill out the work: sheets. Up until with only' one In mist section," i> doing at a rock: pit between FEASIBILITY ':'r '
Report Progress that tin* only M applications had thecounty agent said ""thit, King Highway and Avocado i
been filed. time of the year velvet bean*. soy drive about a mile west of Railroad Grade Already
Despite Lack of Ads The deadline for filing worksheets beeN or tetbanla can be 11'011I'In Redland road.However Forms East 1
equal Crews for-IOU .conservation work .II the land and In the winter tb this Is not as foolish
done in progress tot to be done In farmers can grow clover, Austrian as It sounds. The rock Is too hardto BoundaryWater
Control line of the topographical the 183J-J6 season,is July 10. Onegrower winter' peat or vetch on the get out with a dra,- ne dredge. i
:,lurvey which 1 I. a necessary pointed out that growers 19 per tent pt land they withhold and the toad department 4oent control In Highland, -!
preliminary to the planning and who had kept part of their land from cultivation In compliancewith I want blasted rock. Therefore, the farming section several mile ,
preparation of a comprehensive out of cultivation last season or the soil conservation program rock 1* being cut out with a ditch- south and west of Florida City I* If
water' control project for the who bad frown cover crop to provisions for benefit pay digger and filled back in M that sought through a (60.800 WPA i
arming sections of Dad County, enrich the toil would be lettingSEER. ments. a drag-line can get. It as neededIn
will be completed In the South the construction of Richard. project sponsored by Dade County

Bade area in about three week, Democrat Club Puts Off road. I and appVoftd Thursday of Last
It *l.learned yesterday. Then the I SURFACINGOF : Dad County plan
Until 20 ::11- :
.. "Uv4bW". men, JU-JMirviVon 1 Election July Cauitfjr Cbmmiivloner'R j
r who WtH surrey contour line R.D.I.A.ASKSFOR: L. One of Homestead said
within this outlined area,will come DRIVEWAYiTCITY The annual meeting of the yesterday that the project would .u
on' he1 job, and unless the num- | South Dad Democratic dub In give employment to 300 menThe .
ber of partiw ia Increased and BALL FIELDRotes (1 the Homestead city hall Wednesday -i STORlrSIIELTERCounty project will be a test ol one n
more men added to the parties It night was adjourned to I p. method of water control-dyke*
ia likely the work will take two m.July 29 after plans were madeto and pumps. If successful it will
or three month more. Insure a more representative remove the flood and draught haa-
Twenty-five mile of second too Ask Access to attendance to take part in electionof aid from 9,000 wrr of rich tomato -
. order, or the ouUide control llnei Make Park officers and directors.: farm land that is already practically I'
t and more than 39 wiles of third ble to Cars President T. X. Kirby appointed Commission Rec- free from front danger T* ,
order control line bin been surveyed t,- on.a membership committee, replieaenting ommends Site to Dade this end the Florida Eat Coast ,

j by a party of seven men Surfacing of the driveway Into very precinct from Planning BoardThe Growers Association has agreedto '
headed WalsUne Kendall to Florida City the fol-' of ", ,
by Alday. The and around the municipal diamond bear all expense the punlOr' \
.. other surveying party composed be lowing W. J. Polk, Precinct 66; contribution.' which .. 20 t
ball Held win sought by a
of four seen headed by A. R. Uv- Homestead committee tack Peters, 6T'[ Harvey Cowman fair grounds of the Redland per Gent ot lilt total cost of th*
Rotary pub It Preston Ht Lee, 69;O. W. DrlIe. ,- District Improvement Association .
ingstonnliomestead' engineer, ha to ; project if tie county will furnish" "
Wednesday confer
worked entirely on third order with appointed Comminiontr K. .... TO; Geo. W. Turner, Jr., 71; Coconut Palm drive, east ofRedland the dredge and other machinery
lines. Mr. Livingston could not be County On the r. C. Chronlster, 71; a a Pullen,I road, was indorsed by necessary In the digging of ditches
tho subject
L. Cook on
to the
the commission
for M. county of The M
and construction
"achedrday; a summary committee are Bf &Webb and Dr.M. dykes
Five new members were taken Dade County Planning Board,
of his psrty-i worltThe association will furnish all pump
primary control line tuf- Barger. alto the dUb Wednesday night:I Tuesday at a site for a storm shelter and guarantee tile operation of
(Continued on Page Eight) Thla action was one of tile results Frank Mitchell and W. J. Pope building! that would serve also: (Continued on Pap Two) ,
of a round table discussion of Kendall. W. W. Johnston and I a* a community center and fair,
called for by the community service John ScanelU of Redland and Carl building. I
F.E.CHOUSES TO committee, which had chargeof Anderson of Homestead. Th board's action followedtwo It. H. Atkinson Succeeds I
the program Wednesday Another appearances mad at Its Father as Park Warden j
result was endorsement by meeting by W. W. Johnston

BE MOVED FROM I the club of the county school MIAMI NEEDS president of tilt association. At a Effective Wednesday. July '5, "
board's decision to sponsor con- previous meeting the commission E. E Atkinson: resigned .s warden
struction of an auditorium building was asked to sponsor construction: of Royal Palm Stale Park: and wa
BUSINESS BLOCK on the Homestead grammar BACK COUNTRY of a community house on the tail succeeded: by his son R. H. At.....
school ground A letter containIng ground The commission was son, who through association with
the endorsement and suggesting agreeable provided the association his father in work at the park has
Humors of Plans for Construction that no tint be lost in preparing UOI6ARETOLD would provide the sponsor a thorough knowledge of the plea

of Hotel or the project for submissionto contribution of JO per cent Plant i and its requirements.Mr. .
the Works Progress Administration and specifications were drawn up and Mrs. I E. Atkinson
Station will be sect to the school: New Secretary of Chamber and the cost of the desired buildIng have been at the park for more

board. of Commerce in approximated 163,000, than four yesia-an* in the capacity -
C. ran.O&d'l
Removal of the r. X.
Revival of the old proposal for At the meeting Tuesday, Mr. of hostes of Royal Palm
two one-tory frame fousel enactment and enforcement of Address Tuesday Johnston Mid It would be Impossible U>df -during com of its best
" on Flagler avenue between tile quarantine rule applicable to -- for the community to raise of developmentand
t Dixie Drug store and S. C. First The Miami Chamber of Commerce important phase
the required ipwuor'i portion and
school children, brought the tte- have taken great pride In Its
street is probable within the next dots not recognize city instead that the land be
ment that enactment by the city: proposed upkeep and the contribution it
week or ten day*, it was learned would be ineffective because ot boundarKa but Include all of offered as the site for on* of the make to the enjoyment of the visa
i yesterdays The houses, on* of attendance from outside the city Wilcox storm shelter buildings.; They said Wednesday ,
Dade County it Its sphere of usefulness King public
which I the Homestead
occupied by '
limit and because of lack of a Th land would b* deeded to the that they felt grateful to all
station agent C l(. Gate- John U Morris, new ** -
the county or the federal governmentby
paid health officer to ae* that friends of the park who had help
wood and th L E. Alt retary of that organization told
other by rules weN enforced. Ben Archer the association for' such a project ed make their administration
be the tion Club of the Redland
( IlIaD, section foreman, will to confer with Mr {
moved into the F. K. C. right-ot. was appointed Diitrief in an address at its weekly pleasant
C H. Walker, school: board mem The younger Mr. Atkinson said]
way air tine eld'aUroId JUI1'! '- meeting Tuesday night in the
bet from this district. In regardto Club to Hear Townsend
tog station. Uonr Deft on Silver Palm drive. that his wife, the former MMBQ ;
Reports that tile property Is having Bra county board stab* H* said that wa the thought Convention, Speeches Dart of Homestead would I
lisa and enforce quarantine rule new hastens lod *.
being cleared to make way torerection that had been driven home to him tie the *
Walker slid yesterdayContinued
of a hotel or f11Un,'tt (Mr* tint and agate during the four The Homestead Townsend Club
son could not be confirmed her ( on Pall Two) week be had been associated member win listen to an address THt WKATHtROUU I

yesterday, but ,It 1* known that with the Miami chamber. by Dr. Francis E.Townsend broadcast _UMe I-*.1 UM Iiuato ........ '
officials of the railroad frm the .pit. BT FALUNd TREE "W-consider the resident of from th* National Townsend ..........maven ..--..
general headquarters In St_ Angiuttn PiUino Brando., WPA worker, Kemectead. Florid City, th* Red- convention la Cleveland Sunday
o were I* Kft i Mrtea4 reoentTy was SUMC' *', on the,back of the land and South AUapattah Gr- afternoon A committee composed ear., r ,
in nnnecumi with fcep rofowd head bf rfaning o tree*'TueAay data as Miamuuu. ," Mr. Morris ol Dexter Smith, Guy Whitney July 10 ..___I'I-Mlr I 11 30.00'1.37T I
<\\ moving of jo* house while at work with a crew cuttingtrees ...kt."The* future growth of the and L P. McLean wa .appointeda July 11 t 771 21..., cY.? I
A* rpreenlattve/ of a Miami oat the Florida City: Cans) Greater Miami area 1* largely de- a( last 's meeting to. see July 1S I 11 n .eO! I
kouse-movtaig firm.was here yea* bank. M* was 'taken to the Post pendent upon rhea substantial development oat's i radio, r* Installed *t': the July 11 ''II 1'7 3uff:42'! :
I terday inquiring at the city ban as Graduate hospital where examination and growth of the cit- auditorium of the Neva King July 14 if 8. (130.031' ,10"

to.Bermita tliat would be required! snowed a slight concussion" ru '.MM.intV tarmtoeV dairying Cooper -SctMIn. radiM far I[July IS I n tiS :S001L
tots icovlng"lh twO WD'dIDaL' ofth* "Wain: (Continued cm Page Eight) th* event July It 80 is :i1l.OarU

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4 Pane Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE. Friday, July. 17,1936..
1 ''I which I II ordinarily done by students -' .-----.-- SILVER PALM M. t. CHURCH
PLANNING while attending college Appointments SURFACINGOF TOPICS July If-M ralag and .....

will be based on the ..,. ___ Ing service with sermons fey
w. .m""'"""' '" "" '
OKAYS character of the student his need DRIVEWAY AT pwtor.
and the probability of his doing FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHJuly
high grade college work. Generally If-Moraine sermon kr
PUMP speaking, about one-f |urth CITY BALL FIELDContinued the Rev. R. a Gyle ef Miami LEE INFANT DIES
of the total number employed will .a The Essential of Chrtetlaa Lowell Thomas Lee, sixteen-
be freshmen. Hy"i .....Inc.-I The Way month old ion of Mr.and Mri. Wm
(Continued from Information from the college ( From Page One) That Seem Rlgkt." M. Lee of Naranja,.died In a hoe

them upon and universities indicate that applications that In a decision during the attempt pital here Friday and was buried
project are coming very rap. to establish I quarantine CHRISTIAN SCIENCE la Palm Cemetery at Naranja Sat-
The project wa idly and that quota are being rule to safeguard the schoolchildren CHURCH urday.
larly feasible filled. It I* highly desirable that against infantile paralytic July 1*-Liassn-serme* Ill The Rev. Howard Eckel, pastor
tion of the area, students who desire to secure a court had ruled that county let "LMe." of the Church of the Nazarene In
ed by the r. E. C. these position make early appli school board were without powerto Homestead conducted the services
east, the Florida cation. make or enforce such law.That FIRST PRESBYTERIAN at the Turner Funeral Home
t on the north. The application should be made I II the province of the state health CHURCH Saturday afternoon.
on the west and direct to the college which the board, the court ruled). July If-fipoclal programs and
student wishes to attend. for home mission at
t tional Park swamp President J. R. Brook appointed offering
couth The railroad I W. E. Rheney, Frank.Rue, and Sunday school; morning sermon I Turner's Funeral Home
Pastor to Get DegreeAt "Studies la John' Gospel
already li a dyke Fred Redd to represent the club
timber line and Pike's Peak SchoolThe at an organization meeting of the the Heart ef the Gospel"; evening 04-IM AMBILANCB SERVICE
"Great Character
will act a* a dyke on hurricane relief brigade to be held sermon: Lady Attendant
of the BIIII-.lo.
west The only dyke Rev. and Mr*. A. A. Koest-' in Miami Thursday night of next
be- constructed week. Pbon IS..R Homestosd. re.
line left Tuesday for Colorado PRINCETON M. E. CHURCH
the south Springs, Colo., where Mr. Koeat- --
If school at II
July Sunday
tends a distance line will complete work for a W. C. to Hold District a. m.; preaching- at 11 by the
from the railroad master's degree at Pike's Peak Meeting Here Thursday Rev. L. O. Adame.PIUNCETON JOHN 0. BALLET POST NO. 41
hammock. The Bible Institute Mr*. Kosetline AMERICAN LEGION
the project area la and their two daughters, Wsnet-
District 4, Woodmen' Circle, NAZARENE
Meet Scat and third WwlMsaafI <
of Palm avenue.
ta and Alene, plan to visit friends
will hold a convention In Homestead CHURCH ,
f f m.. America Legion BUg,
All existing near Denver white Mr. Kosetline next Thursday afternoon In Jill, If Beginning ofre- I.old post .fflce) South Kmu Aw,
the area, which lead I rut the Institute.: They will re1 the L O. O. F. hall The business : viral services by.the Rer. Law. HoniMtead, n*.
1 railroad ditch or about Aug. T.
meeting will start at t o'clock.: nee Mathla.
land, will be The Bev Ceo. E. Deuel of Red-
t I A will be. served. at
where they have land win conduct both morning
the ruck surface, and evening services at the Home- 6:SO, and an open meeting with
entertainment will be held ,at J REPAIRING
ed with marl to stead Methodist Church on July
rock strata in an ) It, Qeo. H. Benson of Princeton attend o'clock.both.Mr The. public I* invited. to .. HOMESTEAD ,ELECTRICAL SHOP
the pore of the cut will have charge July 28,and Maurice '
*. Florence Pacetti, guardian M. D. JACOBSKN, .
vent the draining Felton of Matecumbe on Aug
face water. 2. of Royal Potnclana Grove, is making N. f'+mrAnna PluM SIM
arrangements for the banquet,
Existing lateral and. Mrs. Francis Coker, Mr*. -
extended where Mrs. Close's Father Is
they Ruth Godwin and Mill Flossy
entirely to the Killed in Car Collision
Gordy are on the entertainment
swamp land, and committee.At .
be dug. Digging will Mr*. J. E. Dose's father, J. B. the last meeting of the grove
the rock surface but Long of OJus wa instantly killed Mrs. Myrtle A. Dvpew of Fort
lined to the marl Monday night when his car collided Pierce district manager, talked on
the surface water
with a car without lights on the recent regional meeting and
the land. The I the Dixie Highway near OJus! the national meeting which will
empty into catch Funeral services war conducted be held In Omaha next year. Mrs
rtnlroad/ dyke to be Wednesday afternoon in the OJus Pacetti gave a report of the regional Art
the south Boundary, Baptist Church and burial w*. in meeting which she and four
ful pumps Will Danta. > other local members attended a
f through or over the He 1* survived by his wife. I'' Ice spasm wa served by Mr,
railroad canal oft one Jackie of Coker who assisted Mrs
1 son, Long OJui one was by
., the swamp land daughter, Mr*. Close and three Godwin and Mrs Sarah Martin.
vide grandchildren. .
In dry weather .lin'I Mr. Close was a frequent visitor REVIVAL BEGINS SUNDAYA
be revel'RCThl In Homestead revival will begin in the
bring water from Mr. and Mr*. Close and family Princeton Church of the Nazareneon /
nal and the iwamp went to OJus a* soon a* they received Sunday. The Rev. Lawrence Cat driving cost.-die
baling which will word of the accident and I Mathl of Oklahoma, son of Mrs. ssi way most motorist do.ladngdependable ,
Ing the water they attended the service Wed B. L. Mathla of Princeton, will -
ditches to Irrigate I nesday. conduct the service .
of farm land. I I B long-mileage. CROWNGASOLINE.
The project la i I .
through the Work j ESSOLUBE Motor Oil
ministration Green: Lantern Restaurant give* yon extra mile

I ADJOINING HOTEL tEDLAND of *ervlce .t no extra
NYA College Western T-Ben Steak: Dinner toa Chicken Dinner 75 v cost A Quarter a
Continued on Regular Dinner Bt Vegetable Plate I** Quart-In can or bulk.
AU Wad .t Home-made Sandwiches y :

Miami, July 16, :I
ha been
received -- -

lege program and for (' 'i 1 1 2 1 ( f 2 1R

will be continued"on
ly the aim bail .
yea,.. This
pointment of a
promising' students
campuses of
of higher learning I II
I will pay I i C 1-1 5 Ii"
J month. The work I 4 B $

I W. Maxwell II i I r f The Cost of This 7 5 EadcrsEachWccK: :

KIRK, AtTO.Phone ,. Convenience is Low

Office' la II !

un housewife realises better than anyone
.L else the convenience of telephone service lathe

NEWT G. I borne. See the AmusingNew
i lotary "" She deals with *o many different retailer,
some of whom, like the grocer, must be called

rnta flDRED every day--others, like the riff cleaner,who are Cartoon Game"WlialtoSay"-..

1; I ...t.edrd occasionally
M W. a
Social affair must be arranged largely "1.

telephone, for even In this day ef many bonse-
\ hold _nnJ_., considerable of the __
I r wlfe'a time I* spot at home.
DR. R. s.
It I The value .f telephone cervlce I* generallyreoogaiaed.
1 It save time nwxy-give* comfort .," THE

and eoarealenee .. every member ef the family. '
O Heart f a. I And-telephone service I* Jew la eoefc Be Vsw,. JlTLArtTASUrlDA'Y

.astday* f in fact, that yea really tads ford to d*.1tLo...

Cteaed .... It. T. arrange far year telephone, jest get 1e.beech AMERICAN
I vita the telephone business I efiea ,
Free Now on'Sale by All Better News Dealer and by

SIM N. W. InK : I I Sou ism leA! Ttlcp lime oj Tele***?)) Co..j < Courteous;Boy. Salesmen ,. ". ,-, '
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Friday, July 17. 1986. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Paw Three x
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; IlililiI llllllillllillilllllilIIInuilllillil! Five Local Youths Attend Florida WJt'tED BY CANT HOOK W. 0. W. TO MEET IV MIAMI
Thomas Jackson, who Is :
em- AvQFda Camp No. 407 Wood-
; Forest Service Camp Near Lake City I tayed by C. a Lee at a sawmill I men of the World, will join with
20 Years
Ago fouth of Florida City, la In the other ramps in the South Florida
-- DtsUwt district meeting to I'
I Post Graduate hospital 1'<< m a
CHARLES LITTLE: are ;three cabins for the leaders I from a painful injury \ \'eran'l be held m the lodge room of BisI '
II IIIII IIIIIIlihIIIIIIIIIIl{ ll lilllllll l liI Hill Camp O'Leno is located JH the ad fourteen for the boys, a cant hook Wednesday The ,n- I MW Camp No. M In Miami en ,
northern pert of Florida on the cabin has acMmmodaUona Weight 27. 4
'n- jury was eaueed by a fall. I July -
.. .
Tk. Mtarktr' u. n t k bank of the Santa Fe river boys 4t
'm ..!! (!'. .1.. .( ih< HraK ....= seven i
M-. >UriV> MtaMbM .... 11.M Via mUle northeast of High Suriacs Future Farmers and Boy Scouts
led ttw twiUi finite >>..... and 20 miles south of Loin. eM). made up the camp from June 1. -a Miss
at- The camp Is sponsored by the to July I, There were a total of 4
July 13. J91fl Florida Forest Service and has 1W boys enlisted In camp and 87
tor"J.. W. English to making .x- government supervision.. meri on the camp staff H. JMavbbener .
in tensive improvement to hit residence The mess hall U about one hundred was In charge of the
., :' feet long and fifty feet wide, camp, H X WhIUheal was business
"re me"J, U Free got away at but and the cabins are In a half-moon manager, E. L. Mathews FIB E
nuking the start on Tuesday about one hundred yards from the bought supplies, slid J. MacGal- COATINGMore
_ llli car li equipped with everything memo hall These buildings are bralth we met sei'geent
needed to kick up a good made of logs and slabs but electric The camp I* operated like Boy
square meal (and thati the kind lights garbage disposal system Scout or pl'lva'pl.. The boys I
e J. U. likes) on short notice Mr etc., make the camp very selected are particularly interaet-
I free and the baby go along, to modern and convenient There (Continued on Page Seven) I II
there wont be any road racingon
this trip ," Yes Diamond Ball July 24-Rotary vs Rustic Inn:
.u -'Mn. J. B, Moffett b visiting I Ii I Horne vs Brooker.
with her sister Mr*. C. w. Hill Tonighl-If No Rai, 27 Burton vs. Tavern Service
_ ot Miami" i July -
-'A surprise party was given at I If there I is bo rain today,diamond I Store, Goulds v*. Clonlnger
'I the home of T. C. Seifert ball will be resumed tonight after I II. July 29 -Tavern Store vs. Rustic from Old Felt Roofs
J day night In honor of the Thlll'l-I more than a months layoff because Inn, Clonlnger v*. Brooker.
day pf their daughter I. of rain or wet (round*. I II July 31 Burton vs Rotary;
% A/HO4 old Ml roof start to slow .Its
F Goulds Home your age
the will
N"J. Umphrey li pouring I It Is hoped that attendance vs.
, concrete for the new planing mill I I be greater upon resumption pf the Aug I Rotary vs Tavern VY renew H Me wish Corey Asbestos Fibre Coating
and novelty work*. of the W. schedule than It was prior to the' Store; Horne vs ClonlagerAug .
This tested material Is for than point The Rote
nor a
tome Lumber Co1' n'j rains, as there have been many 8 Burton vs. Rustic Inn;
= Ji' .', 1916._>: : mquirle of the league officials as Goulds vs. Brooker. OW ptMN.TOtfJ the body Of wW fOO,j InOfQffQnty waterproofing
r-"Mrs. ROM Cpnnett hat gone-to, to when th. port, > Would be'resumed The team standing are M follows me fe t The heavy eels fill any croc:**. farming
Montctauv N. J., when she will : ,., '
spend the' mummer." i A number of teams In bothleagues wear resisting surface which Is re-M+tao.d wMi genelnei f

] "Miss Eunice N1.'Ionleft Monday -' have made several changesIn \ Landon Club-to Hold asbestos fibre One gallon coven about 50 square feet
for New York City where line-ups and it is thought that
Bimonthly MeetingsAt Fibre Coating Is also fine for old rested,"rln*
ant will attend one of the leading the games will be closer\ and better of
elocutionary schools." ..played particularly. after the i IrIoIed'meetal roofr.Get our low prim.."roof renew r.
:. _"E. J Pacem went to Jacksonville players have 'a chance to get the Landon for Tariff Club
Thursday after his marine "Umbered up" again. meeting held Tuesday evening at
motor, an I h. P.. two cylinder. July 11 ,-r #Rota. v- Burton; the home of Mr. and Mr*. L. G
Ed Brooker gets it, trading a nice Goulds vs. Home Ruggles on Coconut Palm drive Brooker Lumber Co.Phone
residential lot for the engine" July 20-Tavern Store vs. Rotary plans were made for the coming .
-'"W. F Winn hat sold his business ,'Clonlnger vs. Home. campaign Two meetings a month Fla.
to Barnes and Biggen, who July 22"Ru.tlc Inn vs Burton; will be held It was decided and 62 Homestead,
, will make improvements and add Brooker vs Goulds. speakers from Miami will be secured
to the stock . ,"' I' .
-"S. F. Matthews left on Wed the Battle, and picnicking at the Satisfaction was expressed at
nesday for Winter Haven, Polk :' the rate new memberships are
County, where he has been givenan bay'A.. C. Connor and family arrived being turned in. and members
Important position with the Thursday from the upper I were Instructed to continue their
, citrus cankef force . .' Bart ot tie state and at present effort to get more signatures COATING
:,.,\1 """' About one hundredvtAd twen- }re g with Mr. er's I RefrealuneaU were served at
b'fivovcluCjaembert a ,-guests. broths ,'f nn! s the Clove Of the meeting.
epenl.July'4\ etf thl;'eJ.utl.'house
and enjoyed ths-43 o'clock dinner
which took the place Of the customary ,1
1 evening annual Besides ,
club members and their famlllei
.Ii end all those residing in Longview This is the !
the following were present:
Rev. J. B. Crlppen,Dr J. B. Tower
and family, Dr. and Mn La. A
tiler, Dr. Montgomery, Buena ViataMessers. GREATEST TRUCK YEAR IN
I' ; WUmon Newell of the
State Plant Board of Gainesville
Frank Stirling also of Gainesville, ALL t
Mes...... and Mesdames Albert CHEVROLET HISTORY $
Caves, Retlcker, W. H. Johnston 1
J. E. Reynolds Adktns, Collins
Dobbins, and Lena and Chas
Fuchs, Frank Rue, Ed Carter, and i v.
j Hugh Johnston .
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-"Mr. and Mn Osc'arTaylor; Mr Truck buyers prefer Chevrolet because
, # and Mn. Wm. Mead Don Feme"ra -
I Billy Mead and Mr and Mn theY"1t outstanding in PULLING POWER,
I 1 David Horn spent the Fdurth
cruising In' Mrs Horrie launch OPERATING ECONOMY, LOW PRICE
I ,

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A .60M.commercial tan are displaying
. .; GROVETHEATRE h, P"....... M._ overwhelming preference for

Chevrolet. Because they know that Chevrolet '

COCONUT OROVBShews truck have the gmtoat pulling power of any

7 sail 0 Admission tit i truck U the entire low-Mice range became
i Matinee Sat and SOIL StS l they know that Chevrolet truck are the meet

to 99.m.r tnnomicoi tot all-round duty and because
7 t'D I they know that theee big. powerful Chevrolet
ROBERT SUN. MON.TAYLOR: TIE. ell in the latent prlct rang..Visit i your nearest

Chevrolet dealer today ask for a thorough
( LORETTA YOUNG demonstration and then choose Chevrolet:

-I- the _'J',.thnftinl llgft-powmd trucks!

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I ;1 Pas Four THE LEADER -ENTERPRISE Friday July 17,1986.

'! THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE N W N w."M,Nw N"w,N",w,,,wN,w"w N.1"N N w"M W I w w,w w w N.w w,w w w,M N"N..w- from the school and after Hut MM \1me the party finished 1

LIBRARIAN'S CORNERBY they could wood the evening: vtewtag the grain elevator it wasnecessary
1---T ratting for the very active: day to hurry back to sloe
Published Friday it "
school in order to
stead. FU.. ty the Saulh Dade ahead. prepare for a I
....._ 'I picnic which wa given at the \
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t Publishing C* Tuesday, June 2S, after a bountiful -
i t.tanaaT manse Bombay in IMS. During 1WT to breakfast vlatt made' site of the old Shawnee Mlneten.
herbs. wet" r. TkwMvi 1-4 a. a.Ts.dar This very enjoyable supper !
/ _._ .__ 1889 he traveled in China to the J. VT. England dairy. Here was
BEN ARCHER ____I.Uor PftbIo a. ...! ... aesatodsrl India 'I prepared and served by the Hi..
,. Japan and America, sending hitters the Florida boy met Mrs. England -
e. e-it: M f. a.i e. tortcal Society. Just before supper f
Entered as **c4 .!*.. mall back to his old newspaper in who was one of tl* party the Florida boy were Invitedto
utter March 5, 191J at the port from Kansas that visited Homestead -
Ever want to i
go gold hunting Lahore. Reaching London In 1890 lippect the old mission buildingand
i 3 off lee at Hemeete:, Florida, Mfeff Plenty .4 gold right at your door. he suddenly found himself famous. last Christmas, and her son, the various curios lathered

the act *t March I, 1ST*. I Try cold digging via the way of Hi first novel, "The Light J. W.In England Homestead, Jr.. and who also who visited is e- then for display. ,

r books. Every book has somewhere That Failed," was published In past president of the Kansas Association Wednesday June 14, was IIJInt'I
j Sfa PRICE. $ .OI A DAB within fin pages a nugget of gold
18111. Writing prose and poetry, : F. F. A. And here, also, in visiting other sight In and
or a hidden treasure. Sometimes Kipling was probably the most the party met the genial J. W. around Kansas City. First the
I it lie In plain view on the surface. popular writer of the Nineteenth visited two
boys Shawnee-Misskm
I BEST WORK AFTER FlfTT England Sr.. who proved eo
Often one must dig deep but when
century. Two of his most famous friendly and helpful that Homestead boys who gave them an opportunity
the treasure Is found It Is worth
'J Today men in executive pool poem are "The Recessional" writ- Chapter almost adoptedhim to see their beef and sheep
( the effort When you read a book ten for Queen Victoria's diamond One of these
interested In
tSoiu are young men al a member. The dairy project was the
with physical end Intellectual vigor keep your dictionary within easy Jubilee in 1897 and "The White proved very lnlere.Unlbut with I son of Mn. A. S. Coate both of
and rightly ao, perhaps, be- reach. When you come face to i Man's Burden." Kipling married Just four day to tour all of Kansas whom visited Homestead last
cause the problem of tomorrowwill face with a strange word or one an American girl and lived In' It was necessary to hurry Chrlstma Next the party wa
rest largely upon their ahoul- that I* new to you look up the America for four years. Because through and move on to the Kan- conducted through the city audi
meaning in Running
ders. But men with years ot training your dictionary. we have no respect for any man's sas City stockyards.And 'torium. This building his more
and experience are the gyroscopes down word to their origin privacy we drove him away. He I i than seven complete auditoriums
t' of any organisation.Strange l i* a real port and sometimes refused the offer of a baronetcy were the stockyards a eight where different meetings can b*
huntln'llar for Florida truck .rowe"! Fat
ai It may seem, According prove a* exciting as but did accept the Nobel award for I hey d or where the overflow from
In darkest Africa. It cattle feeder cattle sheep horses
to history, man doe nil belt game literature In 1J07. His novel,I i the main auditorium could sit and
i II a good idea to keep a note book And hogs) There were hundreds
work after fifty years ot age.Voltaire "Kim, a study of India, I* said listen to the program going on hi
of them. And everywhere
and pencil handy, also. to be the best of India men
Trench and picture ever the main assembly room. This
the poet
who busy with their work
"Teem a Treasure Hunter," written. Not always did Kipling wen main auditorium has a seating capacity -
did Mi best work after -
philosopher I but did not hesitate to stop and
Rudyard Kipling last story, I II write of India "Captain Courage of some twenty thousand.The .
and at
fifty, pro talk with the boy Then the party
published In the Atlantic Monthly ous' is a story of the Newfound- 1 entire building when finished
duced his masterpiece. i
for May. Kipling was born In land fishing bank. was conducted through Swift'spacking will cost more than six million
t Gladstone that grand old English I plant. The boys learned ttollan.
statesman, WM a potential that Kansas City i* the only mar-
and educational Homestead ket In the United State where At 10 o'clock the partywai conducted -
figure in the political J. F. A Get Big Welcome
i .
; the Kansas
the four main through City
: .Ji1e,,cf Great Britain when packing plant are
In' 'located. They saw all the various Board of Trade where It was anInteresting
I he Will eighty yean of age. Kansas City and Visit StockyardsBy
i forms of meat the making of ole- sight to watch brokers -
( Goethe, no doubt the greatest
omargarine the slaughtering of and commission men buy and
modern poet 'Of Germany, wrotethe GEORGE N. WAKEFIELD four days bring forth? How much sheep and cattle. They saw a seU wheat Following the visit
t first part of Taunt" when, fif Adviser *f Homestead Chapter trouble would it be to locate the billy goat lead sheep to t h I to the Board of Trade the party
ty-six, and the second part when F. F. A. Shawnee-Misslon boys at Mer- slaughtering pen, ham In the traveled soma twenty-five mile
he was elghtyotwo. I Continued from Last Week) riam These question were process of being cured, whole out east of Kansas City to the SnI-

Jules Verne, author gave to the Monday morning, arrangement I soon to be answered About twen- halves of beeves In cold storage A-Bar Farm where lunch was
t world some of his best stories. having been made previously, the i ty-five miles east of Kansas Cityl I ) rooms, marked with the name of served and after which the party:
whan past seventy. .' party joined a large group of the party was met by two !I the purchaser. One of the most was conducted over the farm by
Noah Webster when between ilght-seers making a trip to the I young people from Merriam, and Interesting sight and one which W. A. Cochel, editor of the Kansas -
f sixty and seventy performed the Purina experimental farm some from then on until the caravan,I; was hard to leave was the cutting City Star. This farm is owned
I Herculean task of his ute in the I twenty-five mites welt of St led by the can from Merriam, arrived of both hogs and beef. The speed, by the Kansas City Star Weeklyand
t production of his dictionary. : Is. Here some very LoU-I' at the Shawnee-Mlssion accuracy and apparent ease with operated as a beef cattle experiment -

t Bacon, whose works are widely Teed experiments were being High School one would have which men and women cut out I station. Here the party:
read and universally edmlred ducted. However since the party thought surely a circus had com bones or trimmed up ham was a saw some of-the finest shorthornsthat
was sixty years of age before he I was quite large and the rain continued to town. marvel to the whole party. The can be found on any farm.

arrived< at the full maturity of his to pour dow. the Florida. What a welcome those Shaw- tour through Swift's was climaxedby (Continued Next Week)
genlu I ,party decided to bet on its way. aee-Mtaslon folks gave the party a luncheon In their cafeteria.

Sots-ate, a leader .t Gl'ftk'' So. on to Kansas City by way otJefferson from Florida! Some fifty people After leaving Swift's the party No Time Atreement
City, Mo., the four Flora were waiting at the high schoolboys was conducted through the Ford
thought and culturfc gave to 'the "How did the Smith wedding
Ida sedan and the little pick-up girl and parent! Here the ,
world his wisest sayings at the I assembly plant was a very come off?" ,
sped In the meantime, tile visitors found, they were to be hurried trip but one of no little 'I i
age of sixty-tight weather cleared so that the scenery housed In the auditorium whereeats interest to the whole party. ThenIt "Fine, until the minister asked
Victor Hugo, forammt man ot the bride U she,.would obey her
which waft particularly Impressive had been provided and when was conducted through a grain
letters of his time, wrote "Lei was enjoyed to the full shower faculties were available. elevator where the boy learned liusband.
Miserable when sixty year of est extent. And how glad those Florida boys that an elevattor I* for the purposeof "What happened then?"

., _If!. At last the party neared'Kansas were to unpack and stretch! They storing grain for later tale.' "She replied, 'Do you think Tp
Ralph Waldo Emerson, American City. How expectant .everyone were told that supper would be I Here, a car of wheat wse dumped silly?" And the groom, who wa la
essayist, poet and philosopher: was. What would the next served In a cafe about half a mile for their special benefit. a sort of doze, replied,"'I do.' "
produced his "Conduct'of Life": ---

at fifty-nine.
j I .
Phillip Brooks was one of the!
1 most powerful.figures In the religious ,
f world when .he was sixty WHEN France presented

Plato wte pupil until he was with the.
I fifty, and I: not begin-to teach (amous ttarue commemorating our common

:6 until past that age.-Th* Log. .
WHY 3mSTATUE ideals liberty,that ensue was a woman.

7 because women have always been leaden in

:. :.' :.' .: .. the cause of Ircedont

I The And the modern homemaker it no exception
i She wants freedom from kitchen

Vacation / dnidgeryncape the slavery of old.

if fashioned method. liberty and leisure

: I Restore pep and energy fcy cow JI .aul' r lor the enjoyment of[ lira
I biting a health essne sod -aoUoa
:Durtwhy so .women art today enjoy,
-pl-r while .sting ,.wdl ouny "
'I fad the Mcio Key! *a Hoist ing the.advantage of the modern aU-cIoctric

Me,". world Jocose Jmlilulmy kitchen. Electric refrigeration ayes food;

founded t f fentwr ,Mad.dJse. electric cookery ji (fall:,tab, cool\; electric
Where faults at fan mine
water beating automatic; electric
(out: .
eliminates tiresome work.
Health Owrtuqa sad I'ta&o' wtihing

eel Culture Convention Jane, July m..,.. Enjoy jfour heritage of liberty. Modernize

and A....... Spetitl. progm echweek. l yam kitchen with aU-tlcctric icryice. 1ft

Spotty.coeieetitive. gases, the privilege of all women, everywhere!
,*nte>t uDmr.exercise*hikes,am

afse wlmmiflC, ,golf, Mnc ,I.., ..
Congenial CMipums. FltMur

:I' and enjoyment far e-trjron. I I

This gnu health. mart bMperriMd

he.s.rie.*ej epees.
No.'......",, sMdidne lICIt epae ,8

time. Natural method 011I,. A N
.ddighl/ul and ,xbuBing ounce
I fere *f MeAdlne end spot !

fellowship "
ModcnMt Met, i tat food cna>
fombltioomt.raJulsUcp.Aikfor sNCa .

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rd ''f schedule. Hi
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Friday July 17, 193ft THE LBADBR.ENTBRPRI8E Pare Five

Mrs. aHrtjaan la taw favour MSN sj
Belle Davit, slaughter of Hr. wad" ,f'raM ItaMtfno, MA of fir.Mrs. ** FLORIDA CITY .'
Mn. J. V. Davie.Mr a... Toppino; nd WHOMWe _.. \T. \V. [ ,
every. CotTMixmde ,
In and. GroundHomestead Jr., aoa of Mr. an* Mr*. __H'___...____.._ i
*. H. E. Behalf brought AWWWL
wa I IMI'I.
I Ronald Allen bit Friday for .Mi ("
home Wednesday from Jackson
I home In Washington D. C., after ho
: Memorial Hospital while she wa Basis Sandorson of Blratogliaai '
a visit with hit mother Mrs. B. f. {
taken Sunday to undergo a minor ha oem to mate fcar COlair. Mr. Aliens null daughter .k:
operation. home with her son-in-law and
sad ton remained with Mr.
daughter Mr. and Mr. R. L. God
and Mm. Collier for a longer vttiL :
; r Mr. and Mr*. J. J. McLendon win cf Waldia drive. Mr. God- J

Mr. and Mrt. Howard Johnson Dr. Paul H. Robertson of Miami I and their son Jimmy left yesterday win's eon, Graham also of Birmingham
Mr. and Mn. J. W. Miller
e "+ left Tuesday for New Orleans Beach and Carl B. Page of Miami I for Albany, Ga. to spend arrived hero about two purchased -
the old Norris
;\. where Mr. Johnson will buy the I and his sister, Mn. Florence B, a vacation of three weeks with weeks ago to spend the vacation property on t
Palm avenue last week and will
Dixie Drug Christmas stock, and Miller and aunt Mn. Annie M c- relative : month at tile Godwin home. It
occupy M soon a* soars repairs
|" later they will go to Hendenon- Killip, spent the week-end with I are completed.
,'vine, N. C. They expect to be Mr. and Mr* W. E. Koon. The Misses Donnella and Lula Bell Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Noble of

:,1,:lOne about four week four men spent Saturday, Saturday -, Blair, who have spent the; past Chicago and their daughter La- Miss Kv Albury of Miami II

v'I' night and Sunday deep-ten two weeks hen will return to June, and Mr. and Mrs. Will Nor a house guest of Mr. and 14.... X
; Mr. and Mrs. John P. Neafsey fishing. Lakeland Saturday. They will be wood of Coconut Grow wn M. Froacher this week.Mn. .
\Viand their three children returned accompanied by their sister, Mrs guests of J. A. Norwood Monday.I

.t week from New York City Alvin Bridge, son of Mr. and W. L. Neetoy, and hereon, Donald. returned Cecil Johnson, Mr Earl
(where Mr. Neafsey had flown Mrs. L. M. Bridge, wa discharged James Bailey who ha Just Buuay and Mn. Cart Schumacherof
three week ago to attend the I Saturday from the Post Grad Mr. and Mn. M. E. Degter are from Nashville where he South Miami were Friday

Neatand uate hospital where he had been moving from Homestead to Red- attended Treveca College Is now guests of Mn. Blanche Chapman
:| undergoing treatment since early land where they will occupy the pending a few day with his Mn. Johnson returned last week
New York and they returned Wednesday morning for blood bungalow of W. F. Thayer on cousin, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Buck from a one-month vacation spent .
IVIa Morgantown W. Va., where poisoning m head laceration received Sylvia terraca.Mn with her grandfather in Call- J
hey .pent ten day with relative In 'diving In a creek near C M. Kendrick returned to fornla.
of Mn. Neafsey. While in Morgantown Dawson Ga.. on July 6. He, with Dan Roberta ha rented ad Wednesday attar
they visited Mr. and his parents, had been visiting the eight-room! Rabies house on spending four weeks In Hender- Little Michael Sytvttrl hat
{(Mrs Frank Klich who are apend- friend and relative In Dawsonfor Redland road which she will operate tonvUle N. C. been in the past week but It re- ,
'ing the summer there. Mr. Klich, nearly two week They left a* a boarding house. It is ported to be slightly better today.
I*who suffered a seven injury irfa for Homestead Immediately after now owned by Mrs W. M. Brodie Mr. and Mr*. C. E. Fortonberry
tone quany accident about six, the accident and arrived ben late of Naranja, announce the birth ofa Mr. and Mn Prank Stalling of
{weeks 'ago, Is still in the hospital the next nightJ. Miss Iv* Connor and her bro- seven-pound daughter at the South Miami visited relative over
but Ie Improving, Mr. Neafsey then, Llnton and Charles hav Post Graduate hospital yesterday. the week-end and enjoyed a fishing -

MI)". O. Wynn and Ivan Moser left gone to North Florida where Miss Mr*. Fortenberry before her marriage trip to the Key Largo bridge.Mr. .
this morning for Lakeland where Iva and Charles will make an extended wa Miss Katherine Kyle.
I Mrs. Given Victor plans; to leave they will meet Mr*. Wynn and Mn. visit with relative and and Mr*. Vomit O. Rohrerof j
next week for Huntsvllle friend Ltnton however, will stay Miami attended family dinneron
| Mo., Moser who have been attending Mn. Ceo. W. Turner, Jr., her a f
where she will spend a month with summer school at Southern Col in North Florida for only a short daughter Mia Tnelma Turner, Sunday' given by Mr*. John
iber mother. Mrs. Victor will close lege. After visiting friends for a time then go on to Louisiana to her ton Vernon and her granddaughter Rohrer In honor of her husband'sbirthday
[the Green Lantern Restaurant few day they will return to Homestead Visit with friends. I Joyce Walker went to '

SUnday night and open it again Miami Beach yesterday to spenda I
I Miss Grace Chandler will go to
about the lint of September. MIll Ines Bevls plan to begin .
of training beauty culture month. Miami lOOn to visit a later before
a course I _
A. D. Hardin of Atlanta who
returning to her home in Clark-
Cleland Lawrence who ha been In Miami next week. t
has been pending three week Mrs. Wayne Calkins and her ton Oa.
{pending three weeks with hit with his son-in-law, J G. Wynn, 'daughter Mist Jeanne will return --
mother Mrs. M. M. Lawrence in Mill Ada Sims returned last Mr and Mn. Brisbln
returned to his home Saturday.Mr. next week from a three-week announce
Ca., returned WednesEday Saturday to her home In Grace- I !
amascui -
vacation spent at Miami Beach (Continued on Page Seven)
night His nephew Maurlc.Qaft.aOO vllle Fla., after spending several
and Mn. B. G. Branch
are with her brother-in-
here \
| of Damascus, accompanied months
expected to return this week from Mr. and Mn. J. S.
him for a short visit.MI'I. law and sister.
Melwood, Ga., where they were ChumbUss. Their son, Austin wentto Advance 1937 Model Silvertone i
called Friday by the death of MrBranch' .
with flat Sims fora
E. J. Dyal, her daughter, Gracevllle
r.Mia Iva Dyal, and her sister Mrs ilster-ln-Uw. Their two short visit
Robert Earl and Harold, are ;
sons, i RADIOS
'Vivian Rogers of Miami, lell7veed8)
with them. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Godwin +
for Mentone, Ala., to ..etanother
daughter, Nina who is in made a brief trip to Cocoa this Ii
5-Tube All American
I Alpine Lodge camp for girls They Foy Hobbs returned Wednesdayafter week on work eonnected with the
[plan to return in ten day spending two week In state road department In which Silvcrfonc: M.dgct t
Blukely, Ca., visiting relative Mr. Godwin U employed.
; Mr. and Mn. F. M. Fogle re- '- : With Gold Edged Dial t "
turned Sunday from Knoxville Mn. C. W.--n will leave Miss Nina Pearl Bush who was I i '

enn., where they. visited for a tonight for Springfield Mo., where I penumonla patient in the Post
'eek. On the return trip they wenty she will visit two weeks with hereosinlaw Graduate hospital returned to

St. George, S. C, and brought and daughter Mr. and her home Wednesday.Six .

dr. Fogle' uncle and aunt Mr. Mrs. L. F. Muench. .
rnd Mr*. R. B. Jen &aD. to Home- children underwent tonsil i.:
,tead for a visit. Vemon G. Leach of Chicago and operation in the Post Graduate 1995 t ,
---- / his daughter Patsy spent Wednesday hospital Tuesday. They were:
J. F. Davis of Wrightsvllte, Ga. with Mr. Leach's brother-in- Ruth and Mary Hiner daughtersof i Ii
arrived Sunday to spend a. week law and sister. Mr. and Mrs Ben I Mr. and Mn Harry ;
vith Mr. Davis' brother and sister- Archer. Ruth and Betty Byrum. ,

jjn-law, Mr. and Mn. A.L. Davis of PI
|Coulds, and brother-in-law and Mrs. Florence Holloway leave I
later, Mr. and Mrs A. D. Smith Homestead today for Tarrytown.N. 11
0! Homestead. Yesterday, Mr. Davis Y. where she plan to spend a DR.B.E.GATLINDentist IS DOWNBALANCE EASY I'

his brother and brotherinw few week Compare with sets selling at 30.00 I
H p.McDanicl and J. R. Rut-
Llmeberger will Even ai U* low price, It ha* the advanced 117 Miperbeteroslyne !
Carrie Lou
|land went deep-sea fishing. aftera et rant. blew sold edged Illuminated aintlan dial. auto
Lakeland Saturday .
return to suite volume control and powerful dynamic speaker tt faaderwrtten I
a Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pye and two-week visit with her cousin, Office In ausman Dldg. approved and It ha* a* attractive seeders wal I
|{ Mra. Pys' sister Mrs. David Mr*. W. L. Neele nat-flnhh oabtoeU I
J Fredrick Jr., returned Tuesday
rom Lyons, Ga. where they spent Mr. and Mrs. Robert Henry Atkinson Phone 85 8-Tube All Wave i I
j ten day visiting relative of Mrs of Royal Palm State Park, ,1
.' |fy and Mn. Fredrick.Dr. : an announcing the birth of a UOUESTEAD FLORIDA SHvcptcnc: Radio ;

nine-pound, Robert Henry, Table Model i iL
C. W. Fambrough;; ; of Miami, Jr., in the Hunt hospital Tuesday. ;
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Six THE LEADER ENTEIIPRISfJ, Friday July 17,1986.


The Item from the I
I following

[ Social EventsGWENDOLYN I Steele Fanner's Ozone Press and In Kidder North County Dakota I rrii fads b.kI ......J'of'' 'In ?Silrt{ titedd'ainok 19HA ei. wasmarriage

of of Min Lalla 19u1Lrd graduated' from Homestead High
tells of a picnic given in honor :
Mn M. M. Avery of Homestead: I Alvin Simmons it Bi4.alaad, School this spring.
"Mrs M. M Avery of Homestead C., July t, upon their arrival amIdr. StaInIonII ill a son 01 Mrs

Fla. later of M. D. Mat day from Blutlton, S. C., where M.1oIde Stlatnsote of Homestead
HINER MOORE MARRIES thews has been ban for a visit the hrI a'a parents an spending and hat lived in the Redland Dis-

[ WILLIAM CASSELBERRY IN FERN PARK Matthews and Wood tile aummer. trill all his u.r. He was graduated

I I r.:1ieI. Mn. Avery was a resl- The ceremony was performed from Homestead High School In
dent of Steele 43 by Probate Judge 1. S. MeCor- 11111.and for the past two, years
Mrs tin; ,'ndolyn Hlner Moore Caaselberry, Jr., of Winter Park | here with over her yean agocoming mack of R\dpland at his home. hat been employed as assistant to
1 became the bride of William Cast I and Lake Forest, HL parents
I when but .small girl. She sprat The.bride'. brother Mervin BuJ Gao. N. Wal\eCleld, vocational a-
elbeny of Winter Park July: S at "The wedding look place In Fern her girlhood In Steele and taught lard accompanied the young rleultll1'e tgaeher In Homestead
the home of Mr. and Mrs Newton Park at SX on Wednesday afternoon school In this locality several couple. IlII1b School.Mrs. .
Merrill in Fern Park Fla at the home of Mr. and Mn yean Simmons II the eldest They wall make their\ home In

rh" talkie I IK the only daughterof Newton Merrill, close friends of "Just recently a picnic was held daughter of Mr. and Mn. F. O. the BWlard residence until Mr.

Mr. and Mm Edward H. Hiner, the bride's family. Only members In the P. D. Wood grave west of I Bu1IJrd who have lived In Dade and Mrs. BlII1ard return from

prominent resident of Homestead of the families attended the ceremony town In her honor when about 40 County for the put 14 years and South Carolina In August
who moved to Fern Park the first I for which Mr. Casselberry's friends and neighbors gatheredand

of the year no that Mrs. Hlner mother flew down from Lake Forest -. enjoyed social.time and picnic ........ -.- The assignment' were: first

might recehe medical attention where she Is spending the supper." The Calendar year girls, cut out apron and bringit

thinMr- Moore li a graduateof summer next meeting; second year girls

Homestead High School. She "Mr. Hibbard Casselberry was MRS. 1. I. TURNACE IS July SO-Junior Woman's Clubof make emblem and put it on apron;
completed a course In X-ray ma- his brothers best man. The bride GIVEN FAREWELL LUNCHEONMrs. Homestead social meeting third year girls, start bedroom or

rhine operation in Ann Arbor, had no attendants. Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick July 21-Meeting of W. M. S. dining room set, fourth year girls\ ,
Mich,. In 1934 and has been employed "Mr. Casselberry arid his bride gave a luncheon Tuesday at her with Mrs. E. EH Atkinson at Royal expense book; older girls\ have an
In a Miami hospital. She left Immediately to be away a I home on Redland road In honorof Palm State Park. article cut out.

was elected president of the Jun- month. They will spend some time Mrs. J. I. Tumage who is leavIng July 23-Redlands Ladies'Aid Mn Carlson gave a list of
ior Woman's Club of Homesteadfor in Mexico and then to Mr. Casselberry's -
go soon for Washington D. C.,
meeting with Mrs. Anna Messer- awards to be given out. They are
the present year. former home at Lake
where aha will make her home for smlth. for: housekeeping record, food and
Following Is the account of the Forest They will reside on Via the next year or so July S4 -Areme Club meeting nutrition, bread baking, best all-

wedding as given in the Orlando Tuscany In Winter Park. Others present were: Mrs. C. J. with Mn. Ceo. W. Turner Jr., at .around girl, report in lawn .Inv,
Morning Sentinel: "Mr. Casselberry has resided In Parman, Mn. Frank Rue Mrs. ,
Miami Beach. provement, article made in handcraft !\-
I Of mote than usual Interest Is Winter Park for several yean and Carl Deden, M.... Edw. tiling, July 27--Open meeting of Home and best hostess ..
the announcement of the marriageof Is owner of the Winter Park Ferneries Mn. Helen Hackler, Mn. J. H.
stead Business and ProfessionalWomen's
The hostesses tor the
next week
Mn Gwendolyn M. Moore with his brother HibbardCasselberry.
Webster, M... Lee H. Lehman, Club. ,
: of Mr. and Mn.. EdwardH. Mrs Casselberry has 'are Goldla and Loubelle Gren-
daughter Mn.' Fred Redd anf Miss Louie
at Lions
28-Ladle. night
HIner of Fern Park, formerlyof lived In Fern Pars only several Long Fitzpatrick, July I nelll for the second meeting Annabel
Club. and Marjorie Redd third
Homestead, to Mr. William E. months.
J PASTY I July 28-Women's Club study meeting, Eloise/wid,.BacbltCoss.t
BIRTHDAY GIVENFOR I class meeting with Miss Jennie man, Katherine Orfanede and
MRS. C. L. OOLEY TALKS their house party at Miami Beach JACKIE BUCK I LobdeU at 3 p. m. Julia Frances Sullivan.
\ ON DEPARTMENT OF LABOR .from Miss Ruth Tower's home at Jackie Buck was given a birth- Aug. S-Junior Woman's Club The others will ty appointed

Mn C. L. Ooley told of the cre- 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon. day party Tuesday in honor of meeting In clubhouse. next week. Mn. Carbon gave us

ation of the department of labor The hostels served watermelonafter her eighth anniversary by her I Aug. 7 Presbyterian Men's an enrollment chart. The girls

At a, meeting of the Homestead a series of riddles had beenenjoyed. mother Mn. A. G. Buck, at the Club dinner meeting at the home I I met by the bakery Wednesday to
Business and Professional Women Buck home 224 N. W. Fourth '. of Rev. and Mrs E. L. Nelson get instruction for making a ham-

Club at the home of Mrs avenue. ... mock. Mn Fred Redd served
i ..
Present were: Mrs R. L. Scott, -- -- "'- -"'"'-
had been
After playedI
J. L. Bow Monday night, andrxplumed games I and cookies
I Miss Virginia Hodge Miss Jean I and cake served. 4-11 SUMMER CLUBBy punch
punch were
th following functions''Parman, Miss Mary Moon, Miss Present were: Mrs. Mary Carl-
of 1 the department: promotion of i!, Katherine Miss The guests included: Mn R. I Julia Frances Sullivan son, Mrs Redd, Loubell and GoldlaI >
Vann Annie Mae
till \\elfaao of wage earners, im-I Booth, Miss Ruth Tower, Miss K. Graham. Mary Graham, BettyGrah.m .................-.-...."'...............'"......-.... !I Grennell Eloise and Rachel Gunman -

pr?\ anent of their working oonditu Prlscilla Fread, Miss Marjorie Sullivan ,James Elizabeth Buck and Wallace Bobbie : The 4-H Summer Club held Its i I Thelma Radford Annabell
Ins and provision for their ad- ''I Miss LeoJa Little Miss Etna) Husted : first meeting: Tuesday In the clubroom :I and Marjorie Redd Melba Van

Miiurment, und the administration Bailey, Miss Fern Robertson, MIlt Graham. We elected new officers.They :I Winkle, Lillian Booth, Katherine

of a division of conciliation Lois Walker and the hostess are: pre.ldenLoubelle'' Orfanedes, Evelyn Sullivan, June
a bureau of Immigration, 8 bureauof CHURCH GROUP I Grenncll; vlce-preildent, Anna- Jenkins and Julia Frances Sulli-
naturalization, a children's bureau I I HI-LEIGCE ATTENDS PICNIC AT MIAMI BEACH bell Redd; secretary, Eloise Go.I ..- .
Members of St John's Episcopal vanThe
a women's bureau and : MIAMI MEETINGA man; Leader-Enterprise reporter,: alumnae girls were Fern
bureau of labor statistics. I Church and Sunday school enjoyeda I Julia Frances Sullivan; Redland Robertson, Leola Little and Pris-
Two new members were added I Methodist Hi-League Union picnic at Miami Beach yesterday District News reporter Eloise cllla Fread. We had two visitors,
i meeting was held July 0 at Trini- followed .
afternoon. Swimming was I
t to i the club roll-Mn. Bertha Ed- I Qossman. I Gloria Hughes and Mrs. Johnson. i
ty Church In Miami. After the by a picnic lunch served laterin I
i vi ,11 ds and Mrs J. K. Cauzens. .
I program and. business meeting the afternoon
I Mr Bow served sandwiches
I games were played and refreshments Rev Wm, C Taylor, pastor I
and cuilMa .
; punch. ofT :
1 I
were served. church, who was in chargewas I
Mn Wm. E. Myen, profI'ImclulII'man
I announced that thespeaker Sellan Glade church won the assisted by the Sunday schoolteachers
attendance banner and Homestwd Mn J. E. Gauzens, Misses -
t at the July :27 meeting .
got the efficiency banner, Carrie Belle and Rose Caves and
would probably\ be the chief of
Those attending from Homestead Miss Ellen Huff
tin immigration office In Miami.
t were: Mn. J. E. dose Mrs I SOW It
I:. J. NelU feria DrOVedor. !
MR. AND MRS. DI NATALE Dyal, Souls Miss .. ,,..
t Marjorie Redd. Miss Marjorie
f Moner, Miss Effie Booth Miss CARE I
Mr and Mrs II [DuleauerFoodeSanitation
Anthony Dl Natal
Esther Pope Miss Edwina Close I
entertained of ... vsrl i Health.
a group outoftownand
Miss Marjorie Lewis, Miss Wanet.ta 1
local friends at their home onTennessee and II MaW'
I Koestllne Miss Myrtle Flnney J BeautyTrue I tealnrta
1n,. Saturday even J. G. Wynn, Allen Pope and El-

win Cooper. beauty demands To millions of housewives
I Among those present were: Mr. this Good
: and Mrs. Steve Trumbull, Mr. and the best of care at all Housekeeping Seal of Approval is a
I Four from times. Whether symbol
Girl Scouts Homestead you 11
Mr William Jaffee, Mrs. J. L.
: J Paul Miss Gladys Tsmbor Miss Geraldine! Reitz, Mary Frances wish a wave a facial, of supreme quality It applies on all !i

t Mary DI Natalie Gloria Trum Arthur Barbara Biggen and a manicure or any of these Kexall Products :

bull. Michael FlorlUa, Pat SelaUo, Vara Rheney, go to a private poolIn the beau 1 aids I ,, i
Gene Fort and Raymond Dietrich Coconut Grove each Monday to you'll find CARA NOME. :
( for Instruction in swimming\ and the skilled I operators at .
and Howard Petlcl! of ,
Chicago* Face Powder .
\ t ,, .'t.nq \
j life saving and to a private court Pat's Beauty Parlor I Cold Cream._Ju.t I_-...__*100r. ,,'., -
I MRS. BUTLER HOSTESS each Friday for tennis. ready to serve you Perfume .-.=--rt-----._. ?..___ J.00* '
TO AREME CLUB quickly at any time. I Eye Brow __.-__. ..50

i The Areme Club met at the Croqulfoole Spiral and Bath Salts .--;---_-.:,.-__ yo JI

home of Mr*. Annie Butler Friday Combinative j SHARI
:\ .
afternoon. Mrs. It. W. Mulllna wont PERMANENT WAVES Face Powder ____ .' I 00
the mystery prize cs IN t Prices $5, $6, $7 Perfume _._....,.j _. ::: ._..:_ ;.90JONTEEL
,, I Present were: Mn Geo W. ", .- .
Turner, Jr., Mrs W B. Caves.Mrs. ..'

I Bob Harris, Mrs. Wm. M. 1 PAT'SBEAUTY Face Powder, -, ...__.._ :50
I Johns Mrs. H. M. Brown, Mrs we 'ghe: CoW Cream _....._*- ..oltI
'j PARLORPhone Talcum _.... .23
E. Macomber, Mrs. Mulliiu.
W'I / the genuine Rouge __ :: ? ::::: : : .? : :.01)
Butler and Miss Eitelle Turner.
'. EUGENE PermanentS 539-R Horne Bid?. I -KLENZODental

O T. GIRLS WILL LEAVE Creme. t,Sts. ..- .,?,:".U

FOR HOUSE PARTY SUNDAY .'rOdulg WSVtt.kttHIMi. Shaving\ Cream _,_-_... .. .23 ,
When the G. T. girls met Wed- ant. lasting C\\tl.-IBM'S the TINY
the home of Mist Hazel -' TOT
fie+lay at kind of s ptmuntot '
Sullivan they decided to a.afor TOM reset Talcum Powder -.. ._ ..23GENTLEMEN'S

give. .

,waxing with ftmiiae EuitoeSth ONLY After Shaving Powder ...-_ M

t ; DR.M.A.BERGERDentist t Let -Jftw" youfMr MONKEY 'SAFETY HEET
Jot the
season aw JYN"EIN Rubber Electric Heating Pad.- 6.00
lit ref wkfuUifoftt and Denied
''isg raad.-ltcI'J( TSE U.S, MOUTH WASft '

1 Mill Antiseptic Solution 14 ezs.49

36 N. Krome Avenue Bush's Barber Shop hlsialta Drive west I .

Upstairs i &: Beauty Patriot at ADMISSION Nanaja Read Is I The: Dixie Drug :: i.I i.

Office;' Hours 80-1:30 turn Little Erases, Operator I i

WEN RV3NBOGBi I I Your RexsU Store :
i 8J APPOLl/Tal>Ms'etr .. I I '
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; WANT ..AI>3. CAT: AD..TQ.1'{ DSJ.

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Friday July 17. 1936. THE, LEADER. ENTERPRISE Page Seven_ f

.wwwnxww.r.rwrw.rv.nurw ...,....?

I Five Local Youths Attend Florida I.........-FLORIDA......-CITY........*."...-., CLASSIFIED ADS"" '

Forest Service Camp Near Lake City (Continued From Pap Five) I IFOR

At I II the birth of a six-pound ion on RATE; Fits* Insertion 104 a lint; subsequent Insertions
(Continued! From frage nursery they witnessed Mimdajr. The baby ha been named *
S line ,
ed In learning all they possiblycan I the) preparation and planting of William. I a
and seed beds
about forestry Instructional slash long-leaf pine

periods are therefore, devoted entirely and then they were shown through Mrs. Joe Pallaxola received word RENT MISCELLANEOUS t tI.

to this subject Trees are the nursery by the superintendentOn on Monday that her brother ID De-

identified and their commercialuses the second trip they saw the troit had died tram pneumonia FOR RENT 10 deeply scarified TREES FREE-Small royal polnelaaa 1,

ere learned. The boys learnto results of controlled burning, the high pine land (5 per a, Mrs I. trees free. O. B. Parker '

use a compass and to survey effects of defoliation on turpen- Mr*. Qua. Clinton who was autferlnf Chas. Camp. (pJy.u; : Alpine Grove Dairy. t

land and map It The damaging tine trees' and an experiment pertaining from an Infection on a foot I

effects of woods fires on seeds to the extent of survivalof I recovered. GOOD second story, cool, well 1 PIANO TUNING an. repairing \

seedlings, and mature timber are pine seeds planted under different furnished apartment Rent rea- Good used piano for sale cheap. "

brought to the attention of the conditions. At the fire tow- I Mr*. S. S. Shield returned Saturday sonable. Ask at Western Union. W. E. Boon IIS N. W. 3rd St

i boys by constant trips in the er they were shown the manner from I visit of several week
woods Demonstrations show how I by which fires are located on the with relatives rand friends In Miami )
k' fir control organizations functionin I forest After this they were shown FOR RENT-4-room house two REAL ESTATEGROVESACREAGE

detecting: and reporting fires I through the lodge of the Forest screened porches, newly paint f

E in fire prevention and fire control 1 Service on Ocean Pond and a C. E. A. Warren left Monday for ed and furnished for couple' !

areas, The boys are Instructed C. C. camp located In the forest the veteran'a hospital at Bay Also 4-room house two Screened Properties Listed. Inquiries \

also in the use of tomatoes On the third trip the boy saw Pines Fla. porches, running water garage I Solicited ;

tool -so they can estimate the how crates are made and the different fruit trees, for couple.: Apply Groves Cared for and Splayed '

N mount of timber in standing processes that the two-and- Wm. Angelina, Jr, underwent a I W. W. Svery, Reddt DryCleaners. CHARLES I. BROOKS

trees or felled logs This infor- one-half-lnch logs have to go tonsil operation Tuesday the 110 N. J:. First St. Miami

mation is particularly valuable to through to be sawed. They went Post Graduate hospital, and returned -

I the farmer when It comes time then to the creosoting place and to his home here on Wed- FOR'SALE REAL ESTATE -Tlioae who wantto .

r. to market any products from the saw how poles, cross-ties, etc, are nesday. buy or sell Redland District \

t farm woodland. In addition to treated, and then to the chemical MAHOGANY BEACH CHAIRS real estate will find up-to-date 1

( learning how to. use the forester's I plant when they watched themaking I Mr. and Mrs. H. Parham visited With or without canvas. Buddy I listings in our office Many of \

,; tools' the boys also learn how to of pitch, etc. They saw lat the Fogle home in Naranja on Fitzpatrick. Phone 2421 these listings are still at subnormal -

t make them for their personal use. :also the rapid process by which Monday: (PJr 31) prices. We shall appreciate i

It if the intention of these forestry wood I? made into excelsior. either your Inquiries of i

periods to give the Future- At night there was a recreational Mn. W. J. Brook Is expected FOR SALE S-burner Nesco with :your listings, all of which will 1

i Farmers a practical working program a stunt nlhI ball, to return to her home here this oven. Good condition. Virgil D. have our best attention. Now lathe I

(r. knowledge of the practices and and several other enjoyable pro- week after a twe-we visit with Lyon. (jy. 17-2t time to buy B. W. Morris. /

f procedures to follow' to utilize all grams. During stunt night the her sister in Miami. now associated with H. A. Cam.
FRYERS Uve or dressed. Free
forest and idle-crop lands so they N. W 1st St In Citizens !
f' cabin that won put on a hill-billy delivery' In city. Phone 83S-M.: eron
a maximum drop of
can grow
t,: wedding-this was Cabin 10. See- McEwen Poultry Plant Bank Bldg. Phone 72.
timber'on their'own farms. About NARANJA
ond place was given to Cabin T
(ie 26 tf)
four hours of each day -except which hypnotized a boy and Initiated Miss Sadie Jack***. Correspondent LEGAL NOTICES

Sunday are spent In learning. three boys into the secret CAR1SSAS ICc qt. CUTTINGS
the t re.ta'and the out-of-
about service of Slam Third place Walter McVicker who has been 'and SMALL PLANTS for sale.Mrs. I. the Chfnlt Court: of the Rle.ewtk J. S
doom A good share of each day went to Cabin 8, which put on I on an extended business trip .. Geo. W. Kosel, Jungle ."1.1 Cirellli ,. and /N Pods fount,.
Is available for recreation of allkindsewinuning Florida.Kotwo.
the flivver stunt through the state has returned Grove, Redland road and Plum- of Intention to Adopt lad

athletic contests The night of the ball each cabin I and plans a stay of several days mer drive.CENTII'EDE. ('10.... tko "' ... of a III... >1oIW, .| 1
Motto that tkr
etc.Cade M koroho RI hoa. m BThraod
dressed half Its members aa girls with his parents, Mr. and Mrs A. will on the Ink .dar "( J0', 1'"',.
County had nine boys in and half at boys. Some lovely W. McVicker. GRASS. Now Is the .. III .',Iooh .. ... or .. w.>n Ih,, .r,.. ,
the most from time to set grass Dig it measure ni their apirtfeaHon may k. arnr.1 1 ,-. '. nC ,
one ,
camp ,
ladies were present some to OM of the. Jwhln. of Ik. .,.,v "",U-I
county. They were: Billy Hilton I handsome men. One couple rep Miss Ruth Murray left Satur- it yourself for 33c a bushel. Me spurt their petition nnilrlnr t"i".,
th. .l ...,,,,,,1.,,, ibo
and Walter of Redland if dug H. M Lyon. to ahanaa naaw an K r
Thompson ; resented Tlllle and Mac, another day morning for Virginia. She will duvtkw hr them of Eleanor ].... r I)"p.i .
Sam Colon Ro-Wickland. Billy; from the and onuk mlnn FklM (
couple, the boy city be gone a week. .v-ors a
GUAVA JUICE $1 per gallon.i DRAW at MAW Florida this loth .l.f
Irvine and. Ernest Atkins of Miami I and
the girl from country dJttoA.a'Me,
Jungle Redland.
; and Billy Radford, Aubrey j another couple, a negro mammy Mrs. Earl ciHbni and childrenare ttaOVRR T "' 1--0-''

Cheshire end Charles Little of! and her man. guests of Mr. Graham's mother STEAMED BROWN BREAD any I I I Harold ('KI.IIABKTH: L..1.II". .AN'I.HTHI .n

Homestead. All were representsI I Each bey had a grand time and Mrs. R. K. Graham, of Princeton time Saturday. Lb. coffee oan SJalwHur for Pfttlu.rteI
tives of Future Farmer chapters back The I j lluao II M : July. I. 10. I7i,
would like to go again size 20c; with raisins or nuts I -

except Charles Little,' who was a boys wish to thank all responsiblefor Mrs. JT. L Underwood and son 25c Leave orders at S. L. Wilt In the County judit'i Courtat

Scout.The camp held an election In their trIp.RAILEY Jerry, are visiting friends andrelaUvt' home, 108 N. W. Stir St. and for Dade County, l-lorlda.

In Probate. No. HIT. r
la Georgia.Mrs.
which Charles Little was made
mayor; Aubrey; Cheshire, judge; Bailey Macey, Jr., son of Mr. B. L. Mathis at Princetonhas SOPER, Dtveasrx I
and Billy Hilton clerk of courtA of Hain- ELEVENTH' JUDICIAL ('IH'l'IT 0"flIIRII1A.
and Mrs Railey Macey as guests this week her daughter DADS ( mINTY tYRCLITCOURT. I NOTICE TO CREDITORS
court was held the second Friday tin drive, has been made a corporal and granddaughter, Mrs. Roy. IN l"ANI'Say. To All Creditors and All Persons

.night at the cltUrn'a military Bryant and Jannette Bryant, and: In..irawn te Appliralbn to h.muff<.of a Proi Para Dvohn H. op Having Claims or D winds ,

The boys were divided Into training camp at Fort Screven her son and daughter-in-law Mr, NOTI( I Or APPLICATION! I Against Said Estate "
three forests-Pine, Cypress and word received Motto r ktrahr "Ivor to .U whoa It
Ga., according to and Mrs. Philip Mathls. all of Pa- soy OMMPMI that Fare H..., '"...... You and each of you. art hen }
Hardwood. Each forest had a from the camp. hokee.NOTICE. a nurrM >m>.. n Ulns I. Dado Cow by notified and required In> pro
team in ball games, contests etc. I IT, Florida will oa the Iris dar of Au. '
set A. D: ItM, at tkohoar, ft u:41 on I sent any claims and dtmandf
Cypress Forest won the track held. date or so wool ,_her e. ..marltop which either of
jneet and Hardwood Forest won bo board ( ter avtlttoa aid sat you, or you may

the swimming meet Charlie was I Notion .ho hereby .1... that the tnllow'.n..I ...."".. s w tu.dl th....., w application to Uw Hoaoraklo Judo at have against the estate of JAMESA. "
will be _PIP to Pay the .........! 4e- fur GOULOI .DRAINAGE DISTRICT pas tho ahoot started. Malt at Uw County Court I SOPER, deceased InUof
the captain of the Hardwood Forest I. oft its to the.d.ertlanrr .. ..., Hmaw laUw City of Mlaail Dado Com, I \
wit herald .. 'bile .. Yendp the td h M""A and Florida, tar a HOOMO to take otarst M Homestead, Dade County, Florida,
.satean .
diamond ball team and his trdwithd.r A.... D. and ....... bar and
I I loss. .t the hour al It .'''.' _. at the with dosc 01 the Dado 1JoouIq. Open Noon, own oMalo propertysad to the Hon. W F. Blnnton ounty
team won every game It played. 1 I. 1M City 01 Minimal I. the County al Dade. stated Florida. oaparat oalaM sad to koooav a frov I l his i
at office
I dram la fans fowort. Judge of Dad County, -
Charlie was captain of the all-star Description a. T. .t" w... Total Tax board It III... P.... County, Florida. Couitlumso in I
team aim Aubrey Cheshire was I I seq 01111104: of. .IE t ... .n_ "a sa et 10 ,I. L Pete..n n' 4,7.1, this UN Ilth oar of July, A D IMSM In the County
diamond / re I' to 10 W. W. mover.... Sr L. BSARCT. Dade County, Florida, within
Pine Forest 10n" :;;
of the : 'flw.'Ia.NJ\ 89.
captain .(. "' ", RolMtor (or I'e\"....... calendar months from the
\ ; ball team The SWill .f, 6j1 N III FINt Trull c-.pany s7AA I PATS HURT IUk.I4N.Petlt eight
., staff Nay a( NWy ?,: .. l of NWUT_ Ea II' to W. H. ",._ :': isle date of the tint publication hereof
team defeated-the by an..tar.:: aft d MW\4 d SWtTof lliW'4It 4S I W. H D._ 9.191 July (T, ... II, Am. ?, 141. All claim and demand not

l ef 15 to. 1 In a diamond .al SOUTH ALLAPATTAN GARDENS, A ll'BflN., SEC. II, TWP. IS. .(.,. 41, I NOTICE) OF MAlTKRS SALE presented within the time "md In
defeated the boys In P.a.1f.Fail fo .
but the staff Notloa .
U horohr tna that the und r
volley ball The batteries of the Lota" 4 and S. Blk. I .. .. .... n Frank. ... fHoor I slated. ......., Mnator In Ckaarory nndrr the manner proscribed herein shall
Little and I Lot 6, Rlk.< I ..,..... .. ....... Frank 1. Fltaor/ "I'I and hr rlrtuo of final Dorm of fur.. be barred as provided by hew
? campers were Charlie Lot T. Bill<: I Prank J. Fttaor clomro rendered la that certain e>u.In ..' D. 193(1(
Aubrey cheshire. Aubrey was Low 11 aad It, Blk.< Id.-. Prank< Moffo 1 {wsdlaa the cinvli Court or th,. Dated June 24th A
I Lots I and .. Via. 14) .., ... Praia 1. FltaorIM 0' r' ID.rath Judicial 1 Clrnilt of Reflex. In JESSE!: A. SOPKR:
r voted the best all-around athlete I |, Blk 14 ........ I.. H. DaomLoti 76 and for Dado Ca.nq. In Chaaeer9. wher-
J F at the camp. 4 mail I, OIL IS '.. Patch i. Pit_ _, I u' la HiMMOtrad B.ildlas: and Latin ..... As Executor of the Last
Lot a HII<. II -.-... .. Manic i. Pit...... n clathm Coaivlilaaat. and H Flti. Will and Testament of
Each cabin had a leader or ran- Lop t to II. nlk..1 ..- Kuril t. FltaorBlnod. u. Patrick:. Annie Markaw Jt. p. Dci
I G ger. Aubrey was elected ranger:I ( ) HABXT.OLDaTEIN.. Mi ; M A. Smith .. of James A Sopci, -
Little ,, I Hank of Hnmo>....: Frank I. WoUur oeased.
of Cabin 3 and Charlie ranger i
OttOagr'Pbekl.. and Ovan Dads I .:ht.ou.D W. ROSS BURTON.Attorney .
of Cabin S. Roy Wicklund (Jr I. 10. 17 14)) I andanlo will oa I
in the cabin with Aubrey; and Annual. ISM kotwou 141"r: at 11100 at Law,
was I dflsk A M sad P. M at I
Ernest Atkins, Sam Colon Billy NOTICE the south Frost Door of Uw county Court First Trust Building
and Walter Nos la MlaaU, Dado fount. ,,,,.Id.. Miami Florida.
Hilton, Billy Irvine, lfaOoe II below ..... that the f.lIowh", 4aIrlWit ..."". or .. sense tIersof swill of(.. for uw and o>ll at public outcry First publication on June 26,
Thompson was in the cabin with .he -7 Ie pay the assuming de- for MARA-HJA DRAINAGE CT .paw \I to Uw kto-kont klddir for rash UV follow.
Charlie. Billy Radford was In tae tao roar ltl. korola oat opvoalto to the isms, kwotlwr with oort of ; sop. aa* Ins described property shuts la Uadowmaor I 1>>38.
adnrtailnii, will ko sold It trablta ._...* .* Mondar the irrl dar of A. U.inn. Canny. MMM16 ....*.,' (June 28, July 3, 10. 17)
r Cabin 4. .. North door of the "'* Hi of /. u. purrs AD.
at hen of It o'clock amid at the Dado Count Cavan's. ao, "
The cabins were judged four the Car of Miami la UM Cannily of Dada State of Florida, D1 'ION to HooMtnad, f........, as..mina I
to plot filed I. the .fnea d
times for their neatness, order and II. DoarrlpUo I. T. .. A. NaaM Total Tai the Clark of the GYr mN Oaurt in sod
5 three way III NEd: BW* .. .... -... IS M 44) N any B. Kln _. Asset I,* Dads FawMa. la HIM
attractiveness. Cabin won I {, of IE" ._, ..__.._.._ ,_ II M 41 W J. .. McDonaldy... '.._' II'.'' Hook. I at ,Count.!kiW.tao .
times during the camp and there-, L f. sold propwtr lei ko ookl ai aforxoM Let Us
fore it the best cabin in camp. Mil's4 NWtot ol SWH, s soL.ty the .... .....1 tonneaad alas.LLLANO .
tW\4 .
'wd t d I.". 111'\4 HYCtR.sic1a1 ; .
During their stay the boys had of SWU .. .. MM .. III I. M. MeDoaaU .. TH MIU. M"w is Ch._. .
The first was -( . :. II M 44 SO Julia M..oIo"el' ... Ill.SIo W. Ross SURTON.adi.w RejuvenateYour
three field
trips. IIJ5O d Ng* _._ 1 M St 1! MoM I.aM Co. .-., assd ''
to the naval stores station and the 'Wj f .7 44 N Kwatn Ps.Foavor 14 totJrlrI.0. : IT, ItII'
laC. .. aad Vol.tor. Car
state forestry station. The second lao. Aa-u. .." M.4IWH tao Clmlt Cast of MM &......b 1*.
was to the forestry experiment at arcs KW14 .-.- a M 44 Me Morafco D. FottH MIM. .1MWI4 Mrlal car mat tm ao41 ,.t Do. County,
the OsceoU National ., a Fiopor aa4 Fot. ._.. la Cheaeaq. No.' 44liil-C
station on ter.'iw. Aato. .. IM.M, i. a. jk.rracv and J. n Kim rwiatlfN Wood Work
Forest and the Olustee fire d ITI'' .... -. f at I N Se r., o/o.r"trial" Nolo _.e HOMMST1AO ROMDMOSTGAUR a
third trip was to the <. / ."' assts11X i GOMPAMT. a Plorlaa :- Body Fender Repairs
tower. The % of 11&4! .._._" '". .. iT N to befit 1M O. 1'-.. 1t sureties, ,
crate mill saw mill, creosoting I.. .. a Poor" and Falls NOTKC TO taEOITOaiNotloa Tops and Trimming
and chemical plantAt k tor lao. Ants II'N fc ....... .l-. that radar sad
factory Sway at SK 4 ....._ _. f It 4* 441 F. M. Palo ... .MMFraetloaal kT rMa at an oroW *t Coot oator4 I. Coven
the naval stores experiment 1419' H ..- l< ST 44 4 snail nvkt .._ la*. 4 tt 1 t tad sew tao IHk oar o( Mar A. aIMS Seat
station the witnessed the of KW14 ... .. .. IS St 44 441 C N. II a .- MMxsVxni |U inolloia aro requited W rrnoata
.fI boys ::: : : rtrtia :. .._ iuti 1 ... .. U.ar4StUhw. PaintingArt's
-, _' .. '., ,...__ is it 44 sa r M. (IW web tao CT.Ir
I process) of preparing I turpentine WS SVBDM. .... IS. Tess IT Ica. 4.," I at ala ttllm la riorMa Cllf. rtar.loo. .
., r, stilt lor operation* then'Saw FyS .,S. Fast II DsVILOPMSIIT ale .Mo....KnaoaHo4. aa lock orooltnn Dead a may aWtmiraCoaiaaar. k.aaalaot ...

the charge taken out .An educational tnt. 14. Elk: t __""- se sees Dada Faraairj ;: : a >.lo.Ma _..... aa* av*
exhibit pertaining to the Lota IS tavll; ins. S "-:.. .. M C.mith bado JTurjaa tilpt: .tLss epic amt ko II.... within thno ,isiOJUM Pant S
It to !t. Iu. s ._. to HortorI 10.0Jost (. .. the .dos -< lao lira auklbaarof .
Utilization et the naval stores 11. 11t a .-, *. C, R. seeker .-.w 416311 I IWo aotlM. '
",*yr duc1sj 'ead the *W* t'*f-'. Hf- I sale.adl MARRY 110LDeTSIN. 11 1 DATED thin Itta oaf of July. A. Ol ..*.. 50 111. RROME AU.
.. -was C410'sor, -,' siiWAao ./ ..R..t.w.
Great snvthods of turpenttaing urn ; -: .. ....... : ,: ..1 I In |J",'". S4, n. **t. 1, 14. SI 4 t Boat.
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i Page ight THE LEADER'. ENTERPRISE Friday, July 17,193d ,

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today. The place I* the tame, the rr !lly waterprortC! If the !Joint between "Dent you-know no "rlUunetia at'
NO LET UP IN munMpal swimming/ pool bath THE HOUSING FORUM I the tiles are not tight the all? Everybody knows dot a dortlflcation -
ho_. I water will get through and rundown slat nuthto' wore'n two
1 ;: COUNTY WIDESURVEY Toe reduction In hour t* occasioned I the back: of the tiles. Revsall 'twentWfcaUons." American: Legion -
by the fact that the staff nocsora QUESTION BOX: I the Joints examined and point* Monthly.
will spend Wednesday morning, :ed or filled to close any possible
t { WORK from .B to 12, at Perrlne, where Q-In laying out a stair what opening Another possibility is
ll the for the
effi- wW be opened In Bow proper height itepaTA. the floors An tiled shower stalls
', fiefs! tore W serve the area from .-Steps are divided into treads should have pant under the doer
(Continued From Pat One) South Miami to Gould, Inclusive. and' risers; the tread la the flat,to catch any water that get
veyed by Mr. Alday's party begin L Mr Florence Gate, office manager portion yon put your foot on, and through the UM of the floor. H
on Krome avenue it Eureka road I laid. Heretofore, the Home- tha Haer it the perpendicular part I you have none, you should have
and extended along that road to I stead office ha served the entire that connect: the treads. In residential one put In. If there la such a pan, E'
Peters; from there It was surveyed area from South Miami to Florida work the height from one ,perhaps the connection: between It I
through South Allapattah Garden City. In future it will serve tread to the next should not be and the outlet is not tightA ,
to the Florid City Canal and r only the territory from Princeton over eight inches nor leaf than
back along the canal to Krome avenue to Florida City.MIAMI six tnchea. The distance from the
and thence: via Kromt to, face of one riser to the face of the Word a DayA
Homestead. next should not be less than nine "
r NEEDS I company of colored recruits .
Next Tuesday the Aida, partywID i and one-half hichea. A good rile ,had received ait announcementthey "
begin extension of the Krome of thumb la to have the turn of would be drilled on the
avenue control line north to the: BACK COUNTRY these two measurements equal morrow on how to attack,a forti General
TamUml traD I 17% or II Inches. That five a fication.

When the joint water control: natural stair.Q.Our When had been
LIONSARETOID thecompany Public> Utilities
committee ot the Redland District dismissed a big awkward private
conferred with O. A. Sandqulit, tiled shower enclosure approached the corporal in chargeof
district WPA director and Congressman (Continued From; Page1 One) leak I should think the Ule the squad and asked: "What H meetea4 flame 50J-M
Mark Wilcox last Feb and poultry Interest of our back would make It waterproof. Can am'a fortification?"
ruary, It was the hope of all con- country. you tell me what to do? I
The corporal seemed to swell
corned that three of II
parties 'Miami 1* the lodestone that A.-Tiia walls are not necener- with contempt at such (Ignorance. WANT ADS PAY
men each could be put on the surveying > bring the visitors and investor* .
project Through a shortage to Dade County. Then they settle --
of"chain men" and other lur-
Miami Beach-in Coral Gables -
veyor'i helper on relief rolls, only Hialeah or in the Homestead ..............
two partita could be put Into the section, according to their de. CHASI Special
field-and they art competed of ......" .\.NBOIUf
not half the number of men originally At th>conclusion of Mr MorrV
Contemplated. talk, the club voted to pledge) him
The water control survey proJ- co-operation and rapport In hit Coffee '
ect wa worked In u a,aubdivlsion work, and Chai. Pratt thanked Crisco'I
of a itat-wtde mapping project him, on behalf of the club, for his
of which Blake R. Van Leer, addreu.Chu..
dean of the college of engineeringof Dillon, and Chai Dillon, lb. a a
the University of Florida, I I. director Jr.. of Miami played guitar and ea. can
and O D. Barnhart, also of sang and were accompanied in
Calneivllle, I II aaaiatant director. singing by Miss Martha Dillon,
H. J. Jones, who resides In Coral II daughter of the elder Mr. Dillon., 4c arc
Gable, t* supervising engineer of and her friend, Mia Clarice San-
the Dad County project. The SATURDAY SPECIALS
f work was begun on May 18. tana.Mr.. Pratt, Immediate pact president -
of the club, wa presented RED lAG SLICED
1 Ib. PKd
Welfare Office Hours with a framed certificate of presidency

Date Changed Again ion. A by short President talk on Joseph Lionism Hick-was: ApricotsNo.2i2canI8c SODA CRACKERS lOc B. BACON

The day on which the Homestead made by C. I.. Ooley.
office on the Dade County Lawrence Pope wa appointed lb. .34c
I' board of social welfare will be to represent the club on the Florida EXCCLt lib. PKG.
open has been changed to Wednesday conservation council followingthe
with hour from 1 to 4 reading of a letter from that NO. a CAN Graham Crackers 13c DAISY
p. m., Instead of all day Thursday I body Inviting appointment of a
TOMATOES4cans Cheese
a* In, practice up to and Including: representative.MOVING. RED CIIXEr I CANS

f -I If
--25C DOG FOOD . 25c lb. -ZSC

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RICH CREAMYSNOWDRIFT Pure Gold: -Plain or Self Rising

I r 3 lb. can . -S3c FLOUR24lb.bag ------ 83c


ANAS13c White Bacon

Ib.----3c lb.15CJELLO



IN 3pkgs.-2Qc COOKIES, Ib. 19c lb.----IOC

for Keeps. j SOLD MEDAL CHIPSO srot . :lc

: FLOUR CfflPSOaige.pkg24cBoth ;

I This time their home is "for keeps."

That's the helping families to 5-lb. pkg.------ .Z'C .
I way we are : For - 25c
build these days: With permanence and se-

curlty-sturdy materials and construction KELLOGO'S GROUNDCORDN'

sensible financing that leads to REAL HOME Chuck Reast 1 li. ii -
FLAKES2pkgs.IC .17c
OWNERSHIP with easy monthly payments. IRGER \

Let us explain the new FHA Insured Mort. '
jane only one-fifth down, payments like BEEF SPECIALS lb. -- -r 5cIWLJt

i rent. ..Well be glad to advise you about plans I ROUND SIRLOIN rORTXRBOCSE '
and submit estimates.i' .

fasect row Steaks lb. 23c .

I e, ----29c 1b.--- .15C


;NO. >i< S CANS FOR Lu Ttilet Seep-
I W.D. Horne'Co..Iuc. Ii 7 ford Oc ;

FRANK; L. SKILL owner Corn
II 2c
Lif ebu0Y
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