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:
August 7, 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
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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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\ THEFTS STOP Lions Reach Warned and Influence Communist Redland Teachings Youths I COUNCIL TO SIT EACH MONDAY l.

WITH' ARREST A oommunlntk organization--number of smaller ones and local AS EQUALIZATION BOARD ON !:

I started In the Redland District two one, all of which are being controlled -
year ago a* a boys' club widen by Moscow
I ed to Include girls and then grew "You say, does it affect your
into a league, with boys and girls children down here How well do $1,091,438 I
of Miami Homestead and the Red- you know ? How
!uOfno'm it
lands holding secret meetings, 1* well do what. goingon I
E. Goodrich of Miami, state chairman ? When your child borrow a I II
Deputies Scour Redland With Valuation
of the Americanism commit book from the library or from a TO HOLD SENATE Compares
After Epidemic of tee of the American Legion told friend, do you ever take the 1 I of $1,373,978 for !

HouseBreakingTWO the Lions Club of the Redland trouble to look between Its cover 1935 Tax Year
I 4
District at Its meeting Tuesday and see what he I II reading PRIMARY\ OVER _
SUSPECTS HELE: night in the Lion Den on Silver It was at this point that Mr. BONDS VALIDATED
Palm drive. Goodrich told of the organization
FOR INVESTIGATIONOne I, He exhibited copies of "Coramu- that had darted in Redland and STATEJUESDAY HY SUPREME COURT 41

nlnt Manifesto" by Karl Marks,, spread Into a county-wide league -
Nabbed Here Sundaj "Science-Hind: History for Boys The Lions program Tuesday I Contract Time on Light l

Morning ; Another Tak- i and OlrU" by Brown "Soviet night included a talk by the Rev. City Hall Will Probably] Engine Repair Extended 1
en Yesterday China", "Why Com tunWn"' by C. N. Walker on the third and Be Voting Place in I 80 '
the negro Herndon who, he said, : fourth points in the Lion code of Homestead DaysHomestead'
I I. now serving a term in the penitentiary I ethic i Entertainment included
Arrested early Sunday mornlnj "The Way Out" and "An card trick and escapesfrom total assessed valuation -
by policeman W. H. Syke after American Worker In a Moscow handcuff and strait Jacketby Homestead' polling place In the for the tax year of 111311 I*
an automobile chase througi factory". I Harry Meyers of Miami, high special primary which will be held set at $1,091,438 In the books submitted
Homestead's colored town Bet Tuesday to nominate I successor by Tax Assessor Claude
The Legion working with oth- kick dancing by Miss Isabella
Johnson neero.\1\ being held In i to the United State senate neat' Campbell Monday night to the
er organization and by itself to Scott Of Miami, with piano accompaniment
the county Jail for investigation li promote and sponsor youth organizations by her mother and made vacant by the death of Sen- city council for uabaaUon. The
connection with an epidemic of and activities to a "rubber leg" dance by Frank ator Park Trammell, will probablybe council sitting a* an equalization
robberies in Redland which apparently the city halt The vacant store board Will hold hearings each:
counteract such teaching and reduce Elm Tom Torbert announcedthe
ended with his arrest the roving hordes of )'outhlIn program in the absence of E. In,the Cave building, used la the Monday: In this month, from 1 to

Bud Miller, I suspected accon- this country, Mr. Goodrich said. H. Gallaher, who had arranged it recent primaries, li understood to 4 p. m., beginning next Monday,
be In of remodeling Into
pilot wa arrested in Miami yesterday He mentioned the Boy Scout. Girl Jack Peter of Fetor and Jack process August 10
by the sheriff department Scout;. Girl Reserves, Legion : Hammett of Silver palm were new apartments. Of the total valuation submitted,
Both negroes will be questlone sponsored junior baseball teams, member Polling places In other precinct SM,4..0 I* m real estate, $tM4.t7
by ,the. county solicitor' ofjtice. Com of the Lesion, the Boys' State, I will| remain the same a** In the I II on improvement and I1ST.M1
From Wednesday 'to Flidaj the C. M. T. C. and the R. O. T. C. aecond primary. I 11 ,oft personal property.

Bight, inclusive, ""II ,JoUowIn, "We have a great many youth TO SEND GAVEL The polls win open at* a. ro. and The 4(31 assessment roll compares
sun-down usual The
which commendable close at a.
places were entered: movements are with a valuation list year
Residence of the Rev. and Mrs and yet many other that are election official will be the Mine totaling M7Jl7g, a reduction of
in th..coneS primary last
George E. Deuel SI token Iron damaging youths mootrt understood 1282,540.
Mr*. Peuel'si, purse whicha BIT separate organization Is In thispountry Vju C a Andrewnor Mf. Campbell laid he had DM
who chief job teach.
handbag Inside a bureau draw Ing the overthrowing* of this gov SOOCHOW CLUBNative Doyle Cerium, the two candidates hand application for net widow deductible exemptions -
totaling a
er ha
.. directed tor the office
eminent They.
Residence of Mr. and Mn Gee. well-financed channel Homestead thus far and Mayor amount of 112.360 if they should

Heed, $1 taken from Mr. Reed'i through"There are 110 English and I Wood to. Feature I Chas. T. Harper said last night he all be found allowable by the coun-, deductible -
Homestead exemption
trousers pocket; gold watch silt knew of no arrangements having cU.
foreign language newspaper I Gift From Homestead to the
only! with reference
in pants found on lawn next morn teaching the overthrow of thllov.1 yet been made for speaking in
Rotarians for oper.tlnupenllC
ernment by violence. Communism, Legion Park between now and mlllage
ing.Residence I put down a* $131.400
of J. W. English, $30( my friend, I* being taught out Tuesday.
A made of wood native to
taken; Jewelry untouched.Mrs. children. There are S7 national organizations gavel Judge Andrews spoke In Miami The council reqquested
this section of Florida and a Rotary Wednesday night, Mr Carlton press to give full publicity to the
1. E. Elder' residence of large membership
striking bell will be sent by will speak there Monday night. equalization hearings to be held
nothing taken; scared off. Sami In this country. not to mention' the Homestead Rotary Club to each Monday from 1 to 4 p irv,

.t residence of Grant Mahan. the Soochow, China, Rotary Club for the rest of this month when
Residence of Otto Berrwcker; started through the initiative of Local V. F. \V. to Sponsor any complaint on assessment
$40 taken; attempt made to enter ANDREWS, a Homestead Rotarian, L. L I' Storm Relief Unit HereThe will be heard and the valuation
Bernecker tore, but intruder! Chandler of Goulds, and organizedas equalized wherever discrepancies
cared off.Bernecker's. 50-ACRE GROWER a result of encouraging influence Harry O. Hall Post, Veteran may appear.
place, entered Fri exercised by the Homesteadclub. of Foreign Wars will complete Reporting that the supreme
day night, Is believed to have Suitable Inscriptions win I plans tonight to sponsor the organization court had upheld the validity of
been the last entry made by the FAVORSJTARIFF be engraved on the gift*. of a storm relief unit the revenue bonds to be issued
pair. Their custom was to ao A committee was appointed at In Homestead, Commander Preston against the electric: and water
boldly! into the bedroom and the meeting of the local club a. Bird laid yesterday In telling revenues b' the city as security
lurch through pocket end bureau Would Do All Possible to Wednesday to make arrangementsfor I of a meeting that will be held for the PWA loan by which the
drawers while the owners Give Adequate Protec- the gifts. In the show room of the Preston municipal power and water systems -
slept. A group photograph of the Soo I B. Bird Motor Co. at 8 p. m. are being rebuilt and overhauled
Saturday night Constable Jot tion Against Cuba chow: Rotary Club members, cent! Col. John O. McNamare ot Daytona City Attorney G. E. McCa -
Scarborough and Deputy Sheriff to Mr. Chandler by Ed. Faupel I Beach, commander of the department .klll said that the bonds were
hank Irwin and Tom Vann of Judge C. O. Andrew i* in full member of the Shanghai Rotary, of Florida, V. r W., Ben ready for signature. and that! they
Homestead and another deputy sympathy with the efforts of Club whit led In the actual organic I Shiver of Miami, senior vice department -. could b* signed a* lOOn a*authority
out of Miami maintained watch South Florida growers to obtain Ing of the Soochow club, wa exhibited commander, and Commander -, cam* from the depository federal
in the'Redland section and Policeman adequate protection: from cheaply at the meeting. OccI- I Campbell of the recently reserve bank.
Syke watched the Home- produced Cuban tomatoes, avocados dental costume mingled in the organized Little lllver post win Mr. McCasklil and Gordon Ivey,
stead negro quarter for Ben John- and other fruit, and if elected << picture with the long black gowns I attend the meeting of the Homestead superintendent of the light and
con said tq hare been recognized! to the Halted State Senate will worn by member of the Chinese post and make Informal,, water department, reported Olt
as he fled from one of the place do all In his power to brine about talk. their trip to Jacksonville to obtain
where the occupant were aroused revision of existing trade agreements gentry. from the PWA a transfer of
Tipped off that Johnson was Ira for the correction of the water repair funds to the electric
ear that wa* being driven in .I present condition, and he so declared Rote Learn Objectives of 4-11 Clubs light and power project where
suspicious manner, Syke was in his speech in Miami[ further work than was contemplated
about to look elsewhere as .none Wednesday night, said John T. And Honors Won by South Dade Girls has been found advisable.

of the occupant looked like th Bush of Miami, Judge Andrews'Dade '*' -- Aa a result he submitted a resolution -
wanted man, when a head cams County campaign manager, ; deemed as the start of proper
above the aid of the car, evidently In an Interview by long distance the purposes and accomplishments Fern Robertson, Homestead *' procedure, and it wa approved] r
to see If the coast; wa clear telephone" yesterday afternoon. of girl*' 4-H club In Dade County state Junior 4-H scholarship for' by the council.
Syke, In the ponce car took out "Judge Andrews :Mr. Bush Wednesday when tea of the M one year at Florida State Collegefor A request by the Trana-Ameri-
after.the car of negroes, headed pointed out "1* a South Florid Dude County girl who won trip Women. eon Construction Co. for an extension I
them off and blocked the road, grower himself.He to the 4-H short course in Tallahassee Margaret Delaney, Redland, a of IT days on Its contract
halted the car and arrested John ha lived on and operated last month appeared on the date senior 4-H scholarship tot' got repair of the light plant engines -
too. Stiller was In the car at the, a 50-acr citrus grove of all Varieties program of the Rotary Club to one year at Florida State Collegefor wa deemed unnecessarily!

time, put It wa not until later thai near Orlando, i* a member of company with the county leader Women. long by the council, hut a 10-day
officer decided they wanted him, the Orlando Citrus Production Mia Pansy Norton, county home I Lois Behrens, Princeton a Wo extension was voted. The work:
M Johnson's accomplice. Credit Association a director of demonstration agent and the leader man'Club scholarship for one year was to have been completed by
the Orange County Farm Loan of the Homeatead 4-H club, at University of Miami. August IS but only one of the en-

TBK WIATTOCk Association and a member of Its Mr*. Fred Redd. Virginia Delaney, Redland a gin** will have been rebuilt by

omelet mmitaf n *rt.( U* ev"T"..rIr. ., loan committee."I They learned that the Homestead scholarship for one year at South- that time, Mr. Ivey said
t saus_ r7wddab bays never seen a candidate 4-H dub with five girls,I ern Business College, Miami George N. Wakefield. apiculture -
max -.Min-Ba TR I com to the front so rapidly whose grades entitled them to the Four more scholarship were instructor of Homestead High

July U __ 1 t9 74 \30.041 a* Judge Andrew ha since he entered abort course,was ahead of nil clubs won byl" Jr5r- Miami School, WM given permission to
AUf. I j i.1 ( T4 the race: for United States in the state in this respect They Cocojiu/. jMtM pclei cab. use the city ditching machine to
Au. 2 j to 73Aug. senator," said Mr. Bush. The leaned also that four Redland Outstanding honors were won cut a ditch for planting I pIne
I I sa ,. ''0.02 ,.01Aug. overwrought etforfof the out-of- District girls by the excellence of by ,lain Dade (County ,4-K girl*, hedge around the school ground
4 82 'tJ: ;laOOG ..11Aug. I stat influences to order Judge their work with head,: heart I among whom were; Margaret Delaney -I Mr. Wskefleld said his department
S I T7 71 ''SO.OGI ,.41Aug. I Andrew to Withdraw from the hand and health" won :scholarships I of Redland, Who wa elected. Would furnish the oil and gas and
0 I IS I 68 1".1)311.64' I tContttnred on page Seven) I' a*'toltowtt .. .*. 7. *. ,, "*UContrtNAdttf. .> Three) Pay the wages of an opec.,Ut.

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Page Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, August 7,1936

Ties HomeIn8RunJlalIyBut I TenDayDible SchoolTo BIRD TO REPORTONTOWNSENDOJL Doyle Carlton Seeks CHURCH NOTICES,a.n.a.NNw '

Begin Here Monday I Nomination to Senate ..............-......-.....-.......-..................
A Doyle E: Carlton former governor -
ten-day nondenominationaldaily
Is Edged Out in 9thn vacation Bible school will and oaadidat Ie to succeedthe "A Au.Christian's Morning ResponslblU-aermoni

-- begin in the Neva King Cooper late Park: Trsmmell a* United -
( spite of .; ,ht-nln rally School Monday morning at B GIVEN ANDREWS States senator from Florida, was Ues"Vetoes evening That Speak srrrnoa to Us": "The.

thai tied the ICOn 11-11 In the o'clock, announces Miss' Esther: born July 8, 8t7, on his father's

seventh inning, Gouldi was edged Livingston who la to serve as deanof I farm and cattle ranch Dear Wau- CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
out by W. D. Horn Co. 19-14 after the school An young people Delegates Back From Con- chula in what was formerly De- Ant. 8 LessoB-scnmna

two extra Innings Friday night in of the district between the ages I vention That Endorsed Soto and is now Hardee County. topic: "Spirit".

diamond ball game played on of four and sixteen are urged to Senate CandidateA H* was graduated from Stetson
the local field. attend, she said. I University In 1810 with the degreeof HOMESTEAD METHODIST:

Each team got One runner across A. B., attended the Universityof CHURCH
The sessions wilt begin each report on the Townsend con- "
home plate In the eighth, maintaining Chicago and completed hit legal Aug. Morning and evenIng "
morning at 9 o'clock and close at I vention which In session at Lakeland -
the tie at 11-12. Horn 11 Each: education with an LL. B. degree laymen bf pastor.
day's will Saturday and
program Sunday, endorsed
cam to bat tint in the ninth and from Columbia In 1911. A.... Beglauilng. .( t.....-
consist of
character the of C.
building songs, candidacy Judge
obtained three ruru Could made Bible study, story periods and industrial O. Andrews to succeed the late That same year, and a month after week daily vacation Bible

a good attempt to offset this lead art. 1 1 Park Trammell as United States his marriage, he began the school.

but Home'f winning margin was The school will close with a plc- senator from Florida, win be made practice of law In Tampa, and FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
when One
Campbell nlo for the children at noon Fri- by Preston B. Bird at the meeting except for the duration of his term CHURCH
smacked his second homer of the
21 of the Homestead Townsend Clubto as governor, he has remained anactive .. Aug. Mornlng by
evening In the ninth to fore home day, Aug. and a program forth I sermon
two public In the school auditorium I be held Sunday in the auditor- member of the firm of Mab- the Rev. G_ E. Dfuel Debate -

Burton'i men. Department Store at I o'clock that evening ium of the Neva King Cooper ry, Reeves and Carlton, to which at young people's meeting
All School was added the name of Morris E. I 1 1 at 7.15. Jo nickson and
who have attended
downed pupils seven -
Rotary 8 to 6 In the B
league game of the evening Bur- of the ten days and completedthe Mr. and MM Bird and David White two yean ago Donald Cross with Miss Lola
Between 1917 and 1919 Mr. Carl-
ton took the lead at 4-1 In the work will receive certificates. Sullivan wen named delegates of ton served state senator for Behrea and Miss Margaret ,

first inning, garnered another run Pupil are asked to save bottlesof the local club to the convention at as which then Shervls
a meeting held two week Hilbborough County, :N. evening church services
In the second and three more in attractive shapes, pieces of ago. embraced Plnella County. In

the fourth while holding Rotary glass and tin lids for use In the 1921 he was city attorney of Tam In AauLScreven.

down to Its Ion run until the i industrial art period, Miss Livingston ed the evangelistic field to which pa. In that year he was nominated -
sixth. In that inning the Rotary said. J. O. Wynn and he has devoted most of his life, and for governor and served In .Ca, according to Information -

sponsored team tightened up and J, S. Caplinger will cut the glass is now holding services! In Ohio. that office from 1928 througlt 1933. received here yesterday

put two men over the plate, and In In various sizes for the work. I bW belle?* In all the teachings The three young men, who "have

the seventh scored three more. 'of the New Testament as Christ Medals had a successful campand have

The rally was too late, however, J. II. Dodson Is Acting: : and the apostles gave them, as Marksmanship 11 made splendid records athletic

and Burton remained In the lead Pastor of Church of GodJ. stated in Heb. 2:1..", said Mr. Won by Homestead Boys and military training", were to return

by two rum.O..w Dodson In telling of the change yesterday to Homestead yesterday, it
no w b Ran.. ab e b a H. Delllnd R. M.Bob( i was stated in an nnouncrment
L.Ge..... II' e P,044 I. .... 4 1 1 H. Dodson Is serving temporarily "Christ ordered the
Perks III e R'll" tb t apostles to teach all nations to by) Caves were awarded rifle sent out from the camp on Tuesday.
" 4 1 as pastor of the Church of
"roe a I'.hlo If. 4 a marksmanship medals and James I
Roberts tit 1 1'U. s1 God, and will continue to serve obey all things he had commanded.
Rkh'dse. 16 4 1 ,1.10, : H. Cibba was awarded a machine
a I I
p If all would obey these teachingswe
...10.. a I .ICueo'. 1 0 a until a new pastor I II called next gun marksmanship medal at the 7" 11.I ',"
Ryan If a e I s:......\'. rt 1 a 4 winter. Th former pastor, the would be able to worship In 1 .
Ch..I. l e e Rood. or 4 e one body (locally) as'early Christians citizens military camp at Fort
r.._. c e "W.' p--1 1 I Rev. George Lorton, has re-enter-
HI... n 1 0 .,Hublo a .. 1 e 0 did. We extend a welcometo .
ell's" rf 1 come and be with us".
1 you;
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,,,'.Ii N It III Tota'' 40 II l4 the key player overcame this by Summer Sale
,.. Rug
(R". ot40e1110toI00e01111le making two runs in each of the SUMMER CLUBBy

rr..r' Go...... Para. Maat.yi.wr.lwll next two Innings and holding the Julia Prances Sullivan

I. 't.. 14dba... .. R. Rotes to goose eggs in the fifth, .,.............--.........-.-...........,..'"..
=.:, a'U'J:; : : : ramp.h. sixth and seventh
" ., P..k., ....... 11I1..... NisIt NMTIW alp r kCb l._ .. r b The 4-H Club met In the club-
I1.r Patel 0. C.m01..It 2 base Ml Ik 4 KIR' Nokrar If I 1 0 room Tuesday afternoon The
1.,'I : M.mtoe. 1, A. L rvu rMk t t I'M.' tk s i 0 t
W"' 4. 1Cnnl. !: ':hk mil. M Me.r.a, n. C..II. r 4 I SRIMnr M I S 0 assignment were as follows: for
1..1.Wale.a.. x; hit. Wat..a. 7 1% =.:.lhah M t I ': ;ln..r p S S handicraft, bring a piece of unbleached -
a 1'
1'ners, Reklwt one Ie... ,_ 4 a =k s-ik .a I i I I muslin or a bleached a t
Craw sh. p Sillily. a I sack 14 or 18 Inches square; for
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Motors a. Name a. h f
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Wad 4 food and nutrition, cook! two
Rbh.p Ib 1 0'U $bh.y s I 0 .0. Of a 11'aha let/ate 4 1 1 green
II.... ... I. 4 1 1111"' III I' 1 1t..11 II 4 1 II vegetables, bring hat back finished w.
L..n", rt 5 0 'Ir........ .h
4 I
smith Ib a I .,......... II' I 0 I / Total .. si 1 HI! iwij. a! u "r think of Ideal way to keep re- 9x12RUGS
Nis I..a. a 4 1 I'LI'tlo' of 1 1 I -. .... .. 0 I 4 a"Km --/4 cipes.
ItKr at 4 I I Mrn.alel lb S I : : # : a
H.I". a M NJ-hop. a s 1 WlllttIwp. ..,_. rV.cV 1. Eloise and Rachel Gossman: the
..._ p 4 I'Bdo' rf I Two kw kut Skinklln C....,..... G. hostesses, gave a demonstration of
o-a Ii 1 0 "io.r a 1 0 Campbell WM tkopi bans renal Pnneb,
111.10&1. .t I e 0 bane .. fc.ll. Watson t. C._ S. Clo.l.. the making of egg salad. Eloise
I' / ants I ; etrwk eat, : Watson 1, Cavan 1 gave an Interesting talk on elf
Totals If. cbnlse.r at hits Watson. 7 la i
.. ales0esFOM.rte.
..... 1..lon. Improvement and they carved
41e6e110.Pnont .._ 11- Sass aM Mchift.ark punch and cookies.
Nielsen 0. Rhb.e. as
"10-. ... BIo"0" _... .......1... L -." T.'.... li. .k rirlrWtar b Mrs Williamson taught us to
Tire ha.. hits, MD..W C.mpa.ll; ban Disk" II _.. 4 1 0 RarII .. 4 1 1 darn stockings. W* had two new
M belle 544; Nosh.., a, ban... 41 trash And.noa I. 4 e rl..... 0 4 1 e
54.1.... e I G-man M a tk 4 e members, Mary Radford and Betty -
-aJ.-I' "O-c.a.Cloninger"Romps: M.Ith ob : 1 : M alone l Ik 4 1 : Bailey

I NMII 1114.hao.-a 1 1 11'D.LWH.h>..M Ik._ 4 4 1 1 t Those present were: Mrs Fred 75 s sCowls ?
I ""-01 l I Lowe rf II 1 Redd, Mn. Mary Carlson, Mrs $2 7
1 Nnrw4 W. a I
=re "I 5 i .,.AH-, ..f : Williamson, Mary and Thelma
On Horne 14-5; Key 1YcClead I' J JTouit e Radford, Betty Bailey. Rachel and Prim

Team I ? as a 1j T"'ul. ..." aa 11 Eloise Cossman, Marjorie, Anna-
Beats Rotes 2.T. asslasa i bell and Teresa Redd, Mildred and OR ONLY: U DOWN. BALANCE EASY.
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T. man .....? I I t t 1ss.-e
Krrmi 1110...... AxtonM, "' 111I, ....- Margaret Field. Goldla and Lou
Cloninger P Packing C*. romped'.... PIT Bell Grennell, Mildred Reams, A Group Or Rugs Worth $31.50Each
.ban kite. SiiM.ll. .,1_.... :
i 11I
on the W. D. Horn Co. :
team to the
i| .... ..... Lmxi IMHW KM, kUlowf; Katherine Orfanedes, Melba Vac Reduced for ClearanceIncluded
tune of 14 to B In the A league diamond .UM M talbi SlMnr I. Pink I: errant Winkle, Fern Robertson and Evelyn -
wit. kr aiMor I. PLdw T.
ball game played Monday, 11.,1_. Row aM .......... and Julia Frances Sullivan. In the group are BxIJ AxmlnsUr velvets and colonial
night on the municipal field.
hooked brussels. Friday and Saturday will clean up values like
Neither team scored In the first these They're rich full b:died rugs with deep thick wool nap
two Innings, Cloninger scored three I, and a luxurious feel" underfoot! Copies of Orientals and Early .[
runs early In the third, however, I American rugs
and later In the Inning, with two i'

men Horne out boys added garnered four three They In| G. W. DRIGGERS'SUNOCO 4x6 Best Yarkandi Quality .

their half of the third, and two I

more in the fourth but that was'' NUMDAH

the end of counting for them for I RUGSp

the night Cloninger did not

score In the fourth but picked up I SERVICE STATION

three runs in the fifth and added

four In the sixth. I $ /49|

On the short end of a 2-1 score: Flagler Ave, opposite F. E. C. Depot

at the' end of the first Inning of
the B league opener. Tavern Store'' earl

runs the second Urn at bat and

ended the lima victorious over the

Rotary dub team, 1-5. Rotary I NOW EQUIPPED FOR Limited quantity i
got four hits In the fourth to SCOT
; at this price
Silver Palm Church Has ij

House Cleaning Session Washing. Polishing GreasingExpert
The Slh.-PaJm Methodist Imported from India. The j

;1 best "Yarkandt"quality, of
church was the seen of vigorloua b'
activity on ThW'lda1I11Ot'11In' of I Work Guaranteed genuine Angora Goat hair,

last week when the members gath-1,

ered there with ladders, brooms.' Cars Called For and Delivered

and towels, and
mops soap art toy
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work on. the Interior '
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At noon the worker were called -,' .
to the church annex where two; : '

long table had been spread.In : 'i b

the dlemoonln. A. L. -rSEIBEULING TIRES :- 886 I I I 1936
Chandler talked on ber experiences 1'1

In China at a meeting of UNJjllntooary J1 I BISCAINE RLU., UTH XU ItTll STS., MIA5II

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Friday August 7, 1936 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Paste Three

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I Learn Objectives of 4-H Clubs II .,' I ;

And Honors South Dade Girls
Won by
Avocado Growers I f
president the College 4-H Clubat
Tallahassee; Virginia Delaney! DEATH TAKES I IIRS. Ii I

Redland who won first place ins I I
the state fifth-rear home GALLAHER of Dade County c

ment contest; Near 'Improve-I i '
stead, who won first pla !
Mrs. E. H. Gallaher. who died at
state lawn improvement contest; 4.J7 a. m Sunday In the apartmentIn '
and Lola Hnjes of Perrine, who I which she and Mr. Gallaher I' August 3, 1936
won third place la the. state In''t lived at the Hotel Redland, was,
preparation of food I burled Tuesday forenoon in: The following is a copy of a letter which refers to a shipment of avocados
I Woodlawn Cemetery, Miami, following
Norton told the RotarianiDade I
County has it girls' 4-H services conducted at Phil- I that we made by Clyde Line to New York on Nov. 20, 1931, which
brick Funeral Home by the Rev.l! .
clubs,girls composed between of.1100 the rural ages district oi- I Harley R. Core of Silver Palm been, retired I' should have been discharged on Friday. Mr. Emile Vrydaghs phoned us :
minister She had
present 10 and SI.Introduce She themselves.had the ten They girls, ill nearly a ;year. I' I on Saturday morning that the boat had discharged a day late and the !
Pall bearers were G. I. Gault, E.t !
were: Ruth Hendrlcks of North I
Miami, Junior 4-H council president .. Lawrence, J. W.'English, Chas. avocados were in bad condition, being warm when received. It was cold {
and leader of the Cox Earl Delaney and Dan Con-
song group; in New York that day. i
Fern Robertson, Annabell Redd. nor.She
Eloise Gossman and 'Lou Belle survived by her husband,
Grennell of Homestead Doris and I two brothers, W. E, White, who If much of what Rogers says had been true, the Clyde's failure to dis-
Merle Mlzell of Redland; Beatrice came here from Atlanta last Octo-
Arnold of Opalocka, and Frances ber to become desk clerk at the charge on Friday, making It so the avocados could not go on market until
Webb Ot Miami. hotel Hugh White of Shamrock,
Mrs Fred Redd whom Miss Nor- Fla., and a half-brother, Ralph I Monday morning, would have caused much of the damage. !
ton presented as one of the four Barlow of Orlando; two sisters,

local accompany leaden the In 34 Dade girls County to the Mrs.Miss Frank Maude Stephenson White of Miami of Sham-and We shipped to three receivers at the time, these being the first claimswe I

short course, gave a talk on the ruck,'and a half-slatgrMrs.' Mary. ever made against the Clyde.except for overcharge. Note'that Rogers ;
state short course Importance. In Peel, also 6f Shamrock.: I '
the course of her remarks Mn. Mrs.. Gaaher"ho was 43 years insinuates that we and others make a practice of trying to get them to ;
Redd said the 4-H club work is a old when she died, was born In I
course In the things that belp make Oviedo, IT*. She and Mr. Galls pay unjust claims, threatening that if we do not behave ourselves they
for happy marrligei. Girls are her were married in Baltimore 11years i
instructed in the care of the home, ago. They came to the' will raise the freight rate. t
the preparation and conserving of Redland District from Deal Beach
food, and are taught values In N. J., 17 years ago and settled In
clothes and behavior. Silver Palm and operated I general
Eloise Gossman was called on by store. When Mr. Gallagher be- July. 7, 1936.
Miss Norton to tell what she got came manager of the Hotel Red- Merchants Traffic Service Asm,
out of her trip to the short course. land in October, 1934, Mrs. Gal 66 Harrison St.,
She said the learned to take on laher continued to operate the,
New York City.
responsibility and got an ambition store In Silver Palm for a while. I
to go to college Ruth Hendricks After Mr. Gallaher bought the hotel I Gentlemen: >
told of plans of the 4-H council: they sold the store and moved Attention Mr. F. E. Cue, Director
to launch art educational campaign Into an apartment at the hotel InSeptember I
to that everyone will know what 1933, she opened the Referring td your letters of the 3rd Inst., re-appraising the claims of
the 4-H club work Is. Green Lantern Restaurant, adjoining I :Manniello Bros. &; Mayrsohn, Inc., on shipments of avocados, it is noted that
the hotel, In partnershipwith in all cases you used a higher average price than we did. We are inclinedto
Mrs. Given Victor, but a'I think that your averages are high. The reported range often shows a
TWt month later she was taken down
f with the Illness from which. she! few higher and some poorer at lower figures. A few sales may be from
never recovered.Materials I 25c to 50c higher than the market range and the poorer grades about the ;
same figure lower.
Looking at this matter from a somewhat different angle, I should like
I to bring to your attention that on the 340 straps the freight charges, at 40c
each, would amount to 13600. We offered you in settlement SI22.85.:
r You have asked us for 23175. Our experience in handling avocados hailed I
us to believe that many of the claims which are filed are fantastic and
entirely unwarranted. The records show conclusively that when the
groves in the vicinity of Miami reach their peak of production a consider-
able quantity of ripe and soft fruit is sent forward and included In the
shipments, and we are asked to pay for losses based on the lower prices
realized. In addition to this ripe fruit the Government inspections have
shown that some of It was affected by soft rot, Anthracnose rot and scale.
The examinations made at Miami showed that there was a considerable
amount of soft and ripe fruit being sent forward. The excessive and to
our mind, unjustifiable claims which have been presented on this material
have caused our management to question whether this Is a desirable cargo
a and whether the freight rates, which are being charged on it, are compen-

'., satory and the freight rates should not be Increased. .
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I You must appreciate that there was no break-down or failure In our
refrigerating machinery on any of these trips; on the other hand, the refrigeration
At Lowest Prices functioned properly, and the temperature records show a steady
reduction after these hot avocados were placed In the refrigerated compartment -
and at the time of arrival these temperatures were generally in {

WE foresaw the demand for good the lower 40s.
building materials this and We have already pointed out that there Is Indisputable evidence thata
considerable quantity of the pears were soft at the time of shipment
went into the market early to obtain That is shown from the fact that there were soft pears upon arrival at New

lines and brands which carried highest York. If there had been a failure In our refrigeration operations, practically .
guarantees. We found that prices on all the pears would have arrived in exactly the same condition. The
fact that some were hard and some were soft seems conclusive that the
the best materials seldom exceeded
same relative condition existed at the time of shipment We have also
those for less desirable materials. We previously pointed out the considerable length of time which was taken to

are now equipped to supply you with market these pears. For that reason I do not feel disposed to assume the

building materials of all kinds,whether 60* which you have asked but regard the $122.85, which we offered you
In full settlement of these three claims, as a reasonable basis.
your job be large or small and at Yours truly,

the prices you want to pay. RBE C. F. ROGERS, F. C. A.

n We think that unless the employees of the Clyde Line become more

r 'familiar with the conditions surrounding the shipping and handling of

I avocados, shippers will have no chance for fair or reasonable treatment.

i if f W. D. Home Co., Inc.. '. REDLAND AVOCADO GROVEBY

; < 1. J. I;. PHILLIPS
, t,.. HOMESTEAD FIX PHONE W7vJ,:*". (Paid AdvertisementI" )

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dished Fridays at "_. HIM. b b now UBRAfUAITJIIIABT 1

,lea*. FU.. by the South Dade 20 Years Ago _..._ __..... fJ Bird .
( HOCK In "Lo, the Poor Life Guard" we

Mo>dar. .,...-.. Tkmlajri M .. a* sing:
ARCHER .._.. Xdltoi 111111111I11I1111I1111 11I111I11I IIII11I11U Tuaxlair. ,.,..,, II a. ...1 a. .* "He's a doctor! He** a surgeon! Told Us '

TIM ,........ lam ass ..- .vt .......,I I a. ...11: M a. sir M la. He's psychlel
tittered as served elas pulltMlter .Um turn I. ., the n- < Information bureau and nune ':.1\ ,
Marco J. illS, at Ike xd a.r.nM 00 South_rubiwom""a I...1 ........No 14 Casa. "The Sea Is My Workshop", YOM can *e* the poor lug needs

office at Homestead Florida, WIlder as written by Frank Walton, should a atraight-Jackef hug That action of the city council Y':

Ibe act of March I. 1I7.. prove to be a popular book. FrankE. To keep him head of the in calling on the management of ,' t

,. August 17, 1916 Walton. Jr., I* one of the crack the local movie house to set that !j, f

SUB. PUn: 1N A TEAK -"Ben Bigger 117I it was Arch life guards out on the Pacific At last we are able to own a the no-imofclng law art observed :
Campbell that fired the broadside Coast, and this Is the flnt book to copy of "Uncle Peel" by Irving during its showings, suggests .I
tell of the experiences of those Bachener. Uncle Peel might be I';
at that poor tone chicken last Sun. "Must Someone Be Burned to .;,
Too TrueIn day a. m., and Arch says Ben tried training to cave live of those called Ebett Holden, then brought b.athbe title for another of "d
I to swipe the ravage tribe where skulls in Sunday evening service In the danger and death in the water. New Era. If you have ever heard Gimme Jimmy' m.ltlmate"joum8U1t1e 'r

thick Florida City Church, but the usher If you have an idea any man can of the "boom day*" In Florida you offspring !? And primal passions rage, made \)1mfrop It. Strange how become a life guard simply by applying will be delighted with this book. ..f.
They have I system sure and these boys squeal on one another." for the job, don a bathing It you by some chance han never That the charge and countercharge "r:> I
quickTo suit and climb up in I tower and beard of that hectic time the *of chicken stealing and collection ; "' \

cure the blight of ... /Thursday: evening at the hour watch the people along a small book will reveal much to you. Irving plate swiping, contained to '

of I, Rev. S. P. Mahoney of Ft area, a narrow strip of a world Bacheller has a beautiful me this issue's 20-y ars-ago column '
For when I native's youth ba Lauderdale, spoke the words that which teem to be more water than in Winter Park and we take pride reveal that some of the men who Ii Ji'I'

fled united miss Nellie Moon and land, you have another guess coming IB calling Mm one of our Florid are now staid church deacon and
And yean have napped his James Thorn Vann in matrimony. to you. Frank Walton tells writers Uncle Peel has a philosophy dignified what-not had a lot of fun ,'

vim The assembled guest of long hour of swimming, strict many of us could take for at each other expense-- r that ,
They simply knock him in the were entertained with music by rule in regard to diet and sleep our own Once when someone the editor of that diy had a mi*. .

head Mr Robert Campbell, precedingthe during month of training. Lifeguards lost his temper and was growlinglike chlevou Imagination.That I'
And put an end to him. ceremony. When then hour know I lot about people, a beast. Uncle Peel said: "Do .
cam for the wedding party to appear both In and out of water, wet and all your shooting now. Get that the now-prominent fertllis .
But we In this enlightened age the music changed to Lohen- I dry. They can probably give Inside crazy stuff out of your system er man and bakery owner who, \ ,
Are built of sterner stuff grin' wedding march, and the information on human nature while you're at it and you'll feel according to the 20-yenrs-ago
And so we look with righteousrage two flower girls, little Mill Josephine that not even scientist know. better. Ifs lucky that men like used to spend their Sunday
I Bruner, niece of the bride, Even if you get ha nearer the sea you and me can be crazy for a "dear hunting" In Miami, now follow
Ou deed so hard and rough. and little Miss Sadie Cochran en- than the depth of the Homestead, minute and then go ahead on an the less romantic week-end "
tered. As they strewed the entry swimming pool you will enjoy, even keeL The
FIJI when a man grow old and with rose petals, the maid of hon reading this book. It tells of adventure men hang on to a thing so long ,. snappers in Biscayne Bay and Card

gray or, Miss Mabel Pennington, appeared 1s rich In anecdote. The they get a npuUtlon." Ilert'i Sound. '
And weak and abort of breath, . The bride in all her life guards have their poetry, too a good love story, too if you're I That quite a few voter have i
W .Imply take his Job away radiance with tulle velle appearedon like long chanties of the tailor looking for romance. 'not forgotten that Doyle Carlton
And let him starve to death the arm of her father and together I
was governor when the present unfair
Exchange. they approached the altar and Myrtle Moon, Balma and Wil- LEGAL NOTICES distribution of the gas tax;
where the best man Roe Snell la Morgan, Caves, King and Filch." was made Into law-and with the groom, awaited them. have It with his vetoj
Accidents by DaysIt Rev. S. P. Mahoney, in a short and Howard Lamb remained underwater Konci or TAX APPLICATION nmufWnM. FOR : I

impressive service, spoke the mystic In the Florida City canal ( Bill N.. IUNOTTCR > power. M
pays to drive carefully, regarrtlesi words and they became husband one minute and forty second by lit HfRFBT GIVEN Hint tor, 1 1of
of the day of the week on thy Mar Thirto. holder irf Began ml Cnun.or Old Lady: "Aren't you ashamed,
aod wife. The usher were actual count on Tuesday If How- Tan CwUTInU No. tilt km 4 MM leis stone
to be throwing *
which you may be traveling. Accidents Mc-! toy of July, A. D. IIM. hM filed. Mm yourself !
Meisrs, Tom Parker Sam ard i* so fond of water as all that ,.... "
occurlng day hi or off we. and kM KWI ..... .. torlu at the little boy? '
lira every Klnstry, Roy Nixon and Albert he ought to grow webb feet and a dead to hi hound tkmOT. gold COT.tlfW.1. Allan: "No, I ain't He' '
throughout the MikrMM the followln ilncriMIII
year.The Cave After the ceremony I reception move Into the drink to live' ..wee tW count -. sew, I whooping cough and If I went!
week-end, however, ia the was held at the home of F......... hawk: hit him '.'
i close to
enough ]
time' for special caution M four Mn and Mrs. E. IX Bruner where _"A linen shower was held at ova Lot T. In Atlt of lambs 14. 11111' ,
Town.blo I' .oath. .. eo 6.4antlaw fist I might catch It.Ex.
out of every ten death occur on I congratulation were offered and: the home of Mr. and Mrs. Umph- '.a Aron ao.a m k... hi ;
Saturday and Sunday When after refreshments the guest went; rey In honor of Miss Moon on the The.gaout vaunt at b.d.ft .uM But prepay or riorldi.underdw ,

you go on your week-end vacation to the home of the bride to Inspect Tuesday evening of last week. rN rlHhMi logged In the game,

be lure to drive carefully.If I the beautiful array of wedding There were 43 ladies present Ice .I W. K. MM rOUliUw so"Ir.a. shall Wb gadwgaedae..d1N GROVETHEATRE }
do not drive carefully gifts. Mrs. Vann is the you ..... .. ..... ._
of Mr. and everybody had good time."Mowry ." will be a the
become youngest daughter :
your pleasure trip may a at the C11-how done r the That' ado '
tragic memory. Mrs O. W. Mom and I* very a the of _...... last, wkkh COCONUT; GROVE ,
avenue should be opened thaltai .0 sea..wh.e is"
alar with all the people of the from Krome avenue to Flagler Data.tah SIn4 liar of luly. isle skews. 1 sad I Admission ISf ". a
town Mr. Vann ha been engagedIn .. .. LKATHKHMAM: ,
In tender loving memoryOf nntilrecently avenue. (CUr af Cimilt Oart Matinee Sab aad sua. 1100 e
in Homestead
Jasper Ewing Drake. ; business r.
when he went to Key ,CLwai Ceaoa.iitt Oii, .r D. e-
He had abiding LEGAL NOTICES
a sweet Rally 94 II, Ace. t. U. all a
other people' br.k.L-Ex. West, 'where he I II at present engaged SATURDAY ONLY
with the F. E. C. Railway.The IIIOTIRo.
None or Af-rr.rrATKm roAI DICK FORAN"Moonlight 1
Teacher: "What Inaect require young couple will soon go to 11_,. Aanat- tt. laid, 00' m ., heap 4 I
Key West at which place they will rem MM UMMTMT tola* Uw Baulk afAaciM. (_a*> Ml Na, lift m
the least lIourlshmentr'Pupil 1M4 between UM bowl ./ a sod NOTICI IS cruise GIVEN that |) M.
: "The moth. It cat make their horn . 4 a. w., to 007 CMMU of Ik. sky afHOMMM thy Mar Thl...... anl >r nf Stage and '_ on
will Tt bred of .qollnttoK tr Tea CHlI,..... Ha, sale lanaMl the 7lk
hole" -"The fourth of a very delightful In On awU =hw at the cite ball day .t Aianaia A. It. IMI Jim filed moo
In Ma of .quail*. J .. gay ..fI... and less ...... application fora the Prairie"SUI4DAY
eerie of parties for Miss Nellie In* ...=w.we.Wer....** In tlM MMH tan deed aa .. Mud Umwa. BaM Cwtlflrat
Even Yellowstone Park Moon wa given Tuesday afternoon MM aa autaKM k* UM wi iatw mararaa" the following aWnrlaHaiumity
sensed at lu lut Molar ...tine.All Nt Ika Cawttr .t Dwla, again ofriorlda. AND MONDATCHESTER '
at Mr*. S. F. Matthew, ,
km o-wlt 1"
Parched anr complaint awoke
by Big Drought where the guest wrote their favorite ft: ..:: .. pl...< aa ttolr araav Lot 14 la *ru RobdlTlala of *M.tloa MORRIS
H. .....
"""NIw a P-amt th.le.m at Township U South MEart.
National Park recipes In a cook book and the bagel" r W da"m and at the hewn flat Book t, Pan M. _.. .. LLOYD NOLAN
lien: Yellowstone
embroidered their initial on a ..-... ins II Aena Biora at b... la thaOninty
looks" brown and parched from the CIT'f o. O".8T1tAD, W Oa bed spread The following (07) by a. a. 110I_. Clark. The s..rwagt .f rid' anads
that I I. almost countrywide :Tlatba: '
drought ladle were present at Mr*. Mat UM aid amlUeat bawl .. Ban "Counterfeit"TUESDAY
Chai T. Fl d1I, Jr, president .f kUfwant OronaU .
thews' party: Mesdames Horn, .'U>a said mtlflratr inall at mtamwlamotdlnc
of Paths Bakery, Sooth Miami aid Umphrey. Burton Doyle Moffett, NEWT G. BALL to law the. Despair dour/bad die WEDNESDAYCLAIRE I
In Homestead Wednesday, following tMmla will U said W MM harhral bidder
Davis, FUch Hill Collier Dobbin, at the Coottt.hsw dew r W first :.
liii return Sunday from a vacation Vann. Hughes, rosary Pablo day a the arth ad cep"-low. lost.bleb TREVOR
tour of the West with Mr*. Coff, fa UM ttk day at ...."........ Inc IN '
Pratt Campbell, Thomas, Edwards mUC TKBVRA5CB AXDKrrDRED DaM this llx dar of July 1IM.R .
ruth Barr, W. A. King Cave, U1TF4M H LKATRERMAN. "My Marriage"
Moit of the Bruner, Moon and Famer; the >ad '
Oregon and Georgia I* parched MIa_ Pennington Polk, Nellie If. BiaMM At*. (Chan Cimn Gall,-.r; r.r.D.. C. k
brown. Mr. ruche MkL "Dust Wes 'Julr .to U. Ara T. U. au THURSDAY FRIDAYIRVIN 1

thick everywhere1". I S. COBB !
Mr and Mrs Fuch made the I IN "

tout In a house ear. I "Everybody'sOld

New Stock of Fall SeedJust I l1an"t

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I, 1 We" fetfe-: ArrivedWe Washing ELECTRIC Machines .f 11;


have a New Stock of Tomato Pepper. Cabbage and other Vegetable 11 I

JEUGENE Permanent Bottled Gas Stoves IIt'
Seed for Fall Planting We also have Redland Brand Fertilizers for '
Soft, lolling w*,,ei-|MMM>.

am, hales kind of s ptrmamiat rw want?
JAW *.... the we ..... el
For we do genuine EugtasJwsving. l 1). LYON

; .wit(|gcBiilne KagraeSxhrii. II W. Mewry Street
. let M "d...." yam Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. I

bate lot she seams, with a*. t

;W l imlulaiiuai end fate: Manufacturers Redland Brand Fertilizers l '
Iiag: I--Mdt '..rBush's W. beD Smith'

Barber Shop r INSURANCE

&: Beauty Parlot I riwne M-M
Office .In MrCrery Arcade
Mia tlffle Brew. Operator .

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. ,af' : I Friday, August 7,1986 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE page.PITS

, t trip to Washington Niagara Fall R. L. Asptey returned Monday she recovered from an attack: of
and Detroit Although they are after a five-week visit ta Micro appeodtetti
,. '/1'I' now staying IB the Redland Hotel Fla., with his grandmother, Mrs __ ". ,I
In and Ground they pta to live in one of the Co 0. Wt,- Miss Alan Vweo to expected to
Caves apartments a* soon M It II'' return this week from a one-month t '* ,,1
t completed : And Hheney left Monday to visit with friend In Chicago 'j

J I spend, tea day with her aunt, Mr*. i
. "' Homestead Mr. and Mrs E. A. Buchanan W. L. ShackeUord. in West Palm Walter Batchelor moved Tuesday { I
>> ;U returned Saturday night train a Baeh. from the Ada Hal cottage on
visit to the Texas Centennial In Tenth street to a house ta Hn-
I Dallas, and from a trip through Mia Constance Seherr left Saturday stead :
New Mexico. They were gone for Miami where she will
Mr. and Mn.Gordon Ivey moved ton Rouge, La., ha been visiting two week be a guest of Mr. and Mr*. J. P. .Ira. Wm. Brook and Mn. Ernest I
,. k Tuesday to their newly purchased Mr. E. H. Cooper since Wednes Kremer for a week. Warn and daughter Jere- '
I home, the house formerly occu- D. R. Sullivan and Joel J. Robinson dean. left Wednesday' morning to
i 'r; pled by Mr. and Mn. W. M. Flfield day.Mr. returned Sunday from Lakeland Henry Dodson returned Saturday attend the annual Free Methodist
and Mrs B. C Prince ot where they attended the state from West Palm Beach when camp meeting at Atlanta. They
Mr. and M.... W. D Horne, Mr. Raiford, and Mr. Princes brother Townnnd conference. he had visited tea day at the homeof mad the trip In Mrs. Warren' car.
T. E. Watson, her tons, Flay, Jr. and dater Jack Prince and Mr the Rev. and x.... L. S. Mowry,
r '. t and Jimmy, and Mine Elizabeth Mary Sally of Dublin G*.. CecIl Miss Catherine Mowry of West his WIde and aunt Mrs Herman Thompson returned
Horn will leave Sunday for Hen- Smith of Knoxvllle, Tenn., and Palm Beach spent the past month from the hospital last Wednes
denonvill, N. c., where they planto Miss Hazel Klllinger of Gainesville with her uncle and aunt Mr. and Miss Mary' Louis Tomas of
spend a month. visited Mr. and Mrs., L. B. Dan- Mr*. J. H. Dodson. Florida City wa a week-end day.Mr. "
ey from Saturday until Thursday.Mrs. guest of Mir Mary DtHatale at her I and Mr*. Aldrich and child
Mn. A. B. Slagle hat been undergoing Danzey and her daughter, Miss Nell Taylor of Palmettoleft home in Redland. I have moved her from Perrln

r treatment at the Dade Shirley and Win/red, recently returned Saturday after spending tout Paul-d;;
her Miss Sadie Louis Prince of Rai Fanny Roy Pullen left
day visiting aunt and uncle,
County hospital Kendall tor the from a one-month visit Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Close. ford left ;yesterday after spendingtwo Tuesday to Join their father In
put two week with Mr. and Mrs. Prince and Mill week her with a cousla, Colorado.Mr. .
Klllinger and with Mr. and Mr*. Attar spending three day here Mir Wave Horton
Mr. and Mn. !8.! L. McClananhan Mrs. Sam SUverman
t L. T. Proctor In Cordele, Ga. with his mother, the ReV. Allen and
have been staying in their horn West left Friday' for Bartow where Mrs. Leo Bishop, her eon and eon, and Marion Sllverman returned
during the absence of Mr. and Mn. John Walker o< Coral Gable h* to preaching.Mr. Martin. Mrs Pauline McConnell Wednesday from Cuba.
John Andrew Webb. has visited an uncle and'aunt, the and her son Jimmy, left Sundayfor
Rev. and Mrs. C. K. Walker, since and Mr*. J. S. Horton re- Wrightsvllle Sound and Mount
Mr. and Mn. A. O. Cain returned NARANJA
I Monday.W. turned Thursday night of last week Olive in North Carolina, where
Friday from a 23-day vacation Mn. W. K. Watts, C--ntIe.t
after two month In Charleston
spent they plan to spend a month.
a trip. Mn. Cain visited her mother M. Flfield left Saturday to S. C. Mr*. Horton spent ten
," and sister In Blakely Ga. while tfpend two weeks at the officers' day visiting with her brother and Mr. and Mn. Woodrow Cone
t Mr. Cain was at Seal'i hot mineral In Fort Benning Ga. FLORIDA CITY I and of
reserve camp sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Olady Bishop Miami were
wells in Cottonwood, Ala. and Mr*. Flfield left for a two- Prince, at Raiford where Mr. Mn. W. W. every, Curr piii **il visitors of Mn. H. A. Aman and

Mayor and Mn.: C.: T. Harper and week vacation with her sister, Prince I* garage superintendentfor fay;'ji. Suvcrman returned I Mn. W. K. Watts Saturday.

{ ., their daughter, Misses Cecelia Miss Stella Hook, in Miami the Florida state prison farm. Wednesday from a visit of several Mr. and Mn. Irven Reieau of
,' .Beach.: At the end of that time
and returned
r Katherine Saturday they will meet In Jacksonville to Mr. and Mrs Martin of Miami week In New York City. Miami were visitors of Mr. and
:' from a vacation trip through N.... Joe Lake
, ',:North and South Carolina, Vlrgt- visit Mr. Fifield'i parents Mr. and who purchased the McKinney Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gay who have Sunday.
"'min and Washington. They were Mn. S. H. Flfield. grove are living on the propertyIn occupied the parsonage of the Florida Mia Katie Mae Lake, who to *
a car until their horn can
gone tor a month. -McEwen returned camp I I Qty Community church this nun at the Jackson Memorial
Mrs. C. W. be built y
past year moved. to Homestead hospital III|
enjoying a vacation.
, Mr. and Mn. W. M. Whitney Sunday from Springfield, Mo, .
L am;; Tuesday.Miss .
YI ", and their two daughters have moved where she visited her soninlawand Mrs. C. M. and son, An
i daughter Mr. and Mrs. Louis eel, returned from ThomaivlUe, Mosey Sever returned
into the Lewis cottage on the Miss Alice Stephen* and Mill
., corner of Redland road and Avocado F. Muench, for two week and Cairo, Ga., where they visited Sunday from one-week visit with Gladys Coldren were week-end
i ; I drive. relative for a week. Horace Rich- friends in Key West guest at the home of Mr. and Mn.
Barnes and
Mr. and Mr David
ter, Mn. Barrow' nephew, returned
e. .R. Bfggen returned- Monday their family and Mr*. Cattle Barnes with them from Cairo. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Torrls entertained J. M. Brown They have been
attending the University of Miami
I returned Sunday after spending his her he will visit the week-end Mr.
; from Charleston, S. C, where he During stay and plan to leave for their home
had been farming for the paat four two week out of the city. Mrs. Mn. Barrow and lain slater, Mn. and Mrs. Gucclardo of Tampa, in Pennsylvania today.
I Ii month Cattle Same villted relative In Paul Reynold their daughters, Jennie and Benar-

Highpoint, N. C., while Mr. andMrs. I Ja, their ton, Tony, and their Ruby Bailey U spending a week
W. y. Bush left:Monday on a David Barnes and their C M Bamw-1l1. spend the grandson with her aunt, Mn. Henry Kuhn
i l;. one>Veekbusinesstrip' to Headland children mad a trip to New York week-end In Cuba He I* one of' : in Miami.
Insurance1 who Mr. and M-; Rudolph Mittson
I Ala. Mr* BushY sister, City twenty-four agent
\ Mb Lily Brown accompanied him won the trip a* the result of a contest returned Wednesday from a Walter Jo'--Miami wa a
I ;n W Headland. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. N. WakefleM month's stay hi Miami Beach. Theyare Sunday visitor at the home of J.
A\ and family left yesterday for Daytona now at home to their friendsIn R. Hicklon.I .
Mr. and Mrs K. A. Carter returned Beach where they will spend Elbert West will leave Friday the W. J. A. Robertson residence
Wednesday from Wabuvllle a week white Mr. Wakefield I* attending for Daytona where h* wilt visit on North Broadway. I Arther Ritcher; left Sunday' for

N. c.., when they pent two the agriculture teacher hi* cousin L. W. Summerlln, Jr. I Ptrrr, ria., and other point In
week conference held there. for two weeks. I Robert Parker left recently for the northern part of the state.
Dover. DeL lie will visit also In
Mr. and Mn. Russell Home and Word was received her this Mn. Wm. Musselwhito and bar I Massachusetts before he returns Mn. J. S. Holland Mr. and Mr*.
} their two children will leave today week that a seven-pound daughter two children spent Tuesday and I to Florida City. I TIlman ROM and Mrs. Frank

for Mayach, Fla., a town on Lake Barbara Jane, was born to Wednesday'in Mooklee, Fla. visiting Rumph of Coral Gables were Sunday -
Okechobee, where they plan to Mr. and Mrt. J. R Grubba of Mrs. Muiaelwhite' mother i Grover Becker: I* expected soon visitors of Mr. and Mr*. A. T
South Miami on July 17 at the Mrs. C G. Smoak. ,from Plttsburg where he has been Trip.
live.O. University hospital in Coral Ca employed the peat month.
Junior Cavender of N.ranjlIJoo Mr Walter Moody' left Sunday
4 I. Gault and K. L. Lawrence bles. Mr*. Grubb wa formerly
derwent a tonsil operation Tuesday Mrs. Frank Stalling of South for South Carolina. where she will
will leave Sunday for Detroit and Mia Lorraine Mowry of Home
Cleveland. After they visit the stead. at the Post Graduate hospital Miami to visiting relative this spend a two-week vacation
week. "'
Great Lakes Exposition In Cleveland Miss Sheila Hubbard of Macon. Mia Elisabeth Sever of Florida
Mr. Oaulf will go to Pennsylvania Mrs. U. E. Martin i and Thomas Ga., hat been visiting Miss Katherine Vada Hoch of Miami visited from Qty visited Mr*. H. A. Amen Sun-
to pain Mr. Gault and their K. Post of Redland visited Mr. and' Vann line Saturday. Thursday till Sunday at the boom
daughter Martha Jane and Mn. Edward E. Ogden and Mr. day.Mr.
spend of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Severy.
a month with relatives. Mr. Lawrence and Mr. Fritzbach in Miami Sun Mr W. T. Parker of Savannah and Jd--; D Fogi, and
will J Join his family In Damascus day. Ga., was a week-end guest of her Mrs. AnI"1s v trl returned W. H. Russell had dinner at Na-

C*. Miss Eula Campbell of Redland daughter Mrs. W. E. Rhene,. Tuesday from the hospital where (Continued on Page Seven)

The Rev.| B. L.'Nelson left Saturday left Sunday to visit relatives in I

to attend a family reunion North Florida for two week I DOYLE E. t
it his old home In Tennessee..
G. M. Frick left Saturday for
expect to be gone two week Daytona where he will spend alI CARLTONFOR Judge C. 0. AndrewsCANDIDATE

Mr. and MnTpTa: ; Bird and week with his daughter, Virginia I I
their con, Preston, attended the I fie then plan to spend a week In I
Townsend convention la Lakeland Jacksonville where Mrs. Frick I* :

Saturday and Sunday. Mn. J. visiting. U. S. SENATE '

).t Scarborough accompanied them Grady West and his daughter
a* far a* Tampa where she visited Miss Marie Ella, returned Fridayto I I am truly tralefal for till
Mr. Scarborough' brother and Montgomery Ala after a visit support thus far give me in I
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mn. Eugene here with Mr. West's brother and I my race for the United Slates FORUnited

Scarborough. I sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. a A. Senate WWI eentlaned activity
*a the part ef my Meads
West and other relative i
Mr. and Mr*. Cooper Hayes
"" emphasise en the Uy *f tile
have purchased a five-acre tract Miss\ Louis Penntngton returned primary, AMM 11, w* sash I I
of land on Mainland drive. They Friday from a two-week vacation expect a substantial majority.In StatesSENATOR
; expect to move there a* soon a* trip spent In Lake Wales and I
the house I* repaired and natural in Valdosta, Ga. She has been the meantime, pleas be
rock porches are added. assured I shall spare II effortto '
relative and friends.
fi. I visiting jostify your eenndea sad ,
U T. Proctor arrived here Sun Mr. and M1'I. Frank Child who bi the event e< my eleetlM I !
day from Cordele, Ga, to become i are spending a two-week honeymoon pledge I* the people of *n FlorMa I
foreman of the Leader-Enterprise-i In Miami Beach visited a service hi keeping wltkwhatever ,

,r'.f composing room. Mr. Proctor'l Homestead friends Tuesday. They ability I mar passes ,rte
who was with the Leader will live in Jenkinsburg, Ga. and the highest patriotism at
20, will be Joined by his wife and my -..
three children a* soon a* he ha The Rev. and Mn. A. A. Koest- Vote for a man of tour-
; ", made arrangement for a house. line and daughters are expectedto Gratefully yw.
return Saturday from Colorado DOYLE E. CARLTON age, who u winning
Mr. ..:4 Mr*. R. E. Edwards left Springs. e.O.AN DREWS
Wednesday' en a two-week vacation I j6r U. S. S E NAT thousands to his cause
trip. :.They' plan to speed the Mr., and Mrs D. L. Bowen with Special Primary
first few'days visiting Mr. Edward" two of their children: D. Lw and by not buckling down to the dictates of selfish i;
brother. W. IL Edward Toddy, returned Sunday from August 11
and G. D. Edward, who DYe en Metier, Ca. interests. ,
d the west coast of Florida i (This ad paid for by friend ot
-- Mr and Mrs. Stanley Whittkop Doyle J:. Carlton.) (Paid Pclltiot Advt.)
:/ Ml. Aetna Nordstrom of Ba returned Sunday from four-week j


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Miss Haul Penntagton gave a
shower Tuesday afternoon In hon- -
L Social Events II I I
or of Mrs William Rose of Miami The..Re'v. and Mra.Jf bivshp d A large bridal cake, made by
the former Miss Evelyn Thomas. who were married in the First Naaaren Mn Field, was presented to the
The home of Miss Fmutlngton was Church In Miami July SO bride. Punch and homemadecake -
attractively decorated with pink were glen a reception and shower were served.
I cut flown after the ceremony by Mr. and those named
Mia Mary Belle Oibbs and Mia home in
Mn. J. H. Eby at the Eby Mrs.
and Lloyd Field
TO FIELDING A. RUFF THIS EVENINGMiss Evylee DelHng-r presided at the Miami. The bride 1* the former were Mr. and: Mr.Mr*. Ivan Moser, Mr. and

punch Those bowl attending wereMrs.. Cor- Miss Evelyn Wilcox ot Elmira Mrs L M. Bridges Mr. and Mn.

Ida Eloise Bradley of teen )1Ira. She I* a graduate of bett Cleger, Mr Ruth Scott, Mrs. N.Y. Fnnk Mctlwaln, Mrs. Ulric Free,
Homestead and Fielding Arnold Homestead High School and I George Borne., Mn, Dexter Smith, One hundred guests wen present Mn C. A. Field, Miss Annette
Ruff of Miami will be married ate ,Homestead Business College, and Mn. Horace Thurmaa, Mn Robert Those from Homestead included Moye Miss Helen Moye, Miss
1 ha been assisting her father In'' Mr. and Mrs C. A. Mary Belle Oibbs, Mis Mary Mc-
o'clock this evening at tk* horn Rutland, Mn. W. D. Home,
of the bride' parents, Mr. and the Homestead Insurance Agency.J Mrs. Russell Home Mn Floyd parent of the bridegroom I'leld'i Neill, Miss Mary Bradley, Miss
She I officer In the Order of'thl Mr. L. L. Field and Christine Campbell, Mia Grace
Mrs. William Milton Bradley, In an j' Watson, Mn. A. J. Campbell,
Mr. and Mn. J. E. Close and fam- Min
Helen Field
Eastern Star and past Field. Miss
Srvilla a PIWI-\\ Mn F. M. Fogle, Mn. Alvin Simmons -
The Rev J C. SImI, pastor of dent of the Junior Woman's ) Mn. E. A. Buchanan, Mr ily.On Martha Close Miss Mildred Field,
the Riverside Baptist Church of of Homestead. t Billy Cave, Mr*. G. W. Sonnleh- Tuesday Mrs. Close and Mrs. Mia Margaret Field, Mr. Close,
Miami, will perform the ceremony Mr. Ruff was born In Atlanta' sen, Mn. Herman Thomas, Mn. L. L. Field gave a shower for the Wilbur Free and Alvin Bridges
before an Improvised altar in the where his father, the late S. Z. Molly Thomas, Mn. Richard bride at the Close home, and an Those sending lifts were Miss
living! room. The altar will be Ruff and his mother resided. For Cain Mrs. Fred Pennlngton. Mrs.R. assortment of gift was presented Jennie Tower and Harold Lumb-
placed before the fireplace which the past twelve yean he has made I L. Hobson, Miss Helen Moye, to them In a clothes hamper.W. kin.
it being hidden from view by his home In Miami and Is now representative Miss Valera Fitch, Min Cibbs,
pnlnti and fern On the mantel, of the Ell Witt Cigar Miss Alta Vann, Miss Louie Long M. U. CIRCLES HOLD with a prayer. Mn. C. O.Robert-
however, space will be left for a and Tobacco Co. In South Dade I Fitzpatrick, Miss Katherine Harper THEIR JULY MEETINGS ion presented an Interesting program
candelabra which with its mote During the World War he served'j Miss Lois Beam, Miss Frances W. M. U. Circle One met Wed- on prayer.
at the opposite,end of the room overseas a year and a halt In the j Dorsey, Miss Miriam Burton, nesday at the home of Mn Frank Those present were: Mn. S. A
will furnish light for the event. navy and tie I* now a member of Miss Alice Hobson, Miss Elizabeth Irwin. Mn. S. L. McClanahan led King, Mn. Robertson, Mn Dorsey,
The ceremony 'Will take place un- Harvey Seeds Post of the Ameri- Horn, MU Bellinger and Min 1 the devotional part of the program Mn. Robert Rutland, Mn. P. M.
der II canopy skillfully fashioned can Legion, 1'Pennlngton. and Mrs. Ceo. A. West conductedthe Posey, Mn. J. R. Pope, Mrs. Mary
from white prep paper, add on I Mn. Bradley entertained members Those lending gift were: Mn., itudy period devoted to "Mis Petsch, Mrs. H. Collier, Mrs1. Me-
the floor beneath the canopy I of the wedding -party and George Campbell. Mn. Ovid Sullivan. sion in the Bible", a book the circle nwain' and two new members,
white rug win be spread. friend after the rehearsal last' Jr., Mn. J. L. Burton Miss 1 will.finish at a special sessionto Mn. C. H. Rice and Mn J. H.
The ring. service 'will \be used 1 night She wa assisted by her ; Dorothy Deden, Miss Grace Field,1 be held next Tuesday. Mn. J Scott
Before the ceremony Mn. WU-I daughters, the Misses Mary and Miss Mary Bradley, Miss Jewel, Tom Vann gave the benediction. Circle Four met with Mn. Julia
liam Muuelwhtt will ting "At 1 Helen, who served cake and punch. I Campbell, Miss Katherine Vann Others present were: Mrs C. Polk. Mrs. Polk gave a talk on
Dawning" by Cadman and ''Be1 1 Present beside those who took and Miss Grace Hobson. 1 R. Bigger, Mrs. M. M. Bigger, the great Japanese Christian, Ka-
cause I Love You, Dear" by Stanton part In the ceremony were: Mt. Mrs. C. E. Sounders, Mn. Chas. gawa, and she also read the devotional
and Ilawley. MM. J. D. Redd and Mrs. J. L. Burton, Mr, and MRS. WAKEFIELD HOSTESS Martin,, Mn W. R. Cheshire, Mn. Psalm It. Mrs. S. H.
will play the "Bridal Chorus" from Mr A. R. Livingston, Mr. and AT BENEFIT BRIDGE. W. L. Smith, Mn. L A. Wise and Fitch read a story on frontier
"Lohengrin" ai the processional Mn. W. H. Woods, Mr. and Mn Mn. George N. Wakefield entertained three visitors, Mrs. Ben Young, work, written by a missionary
and Mendelssohn' wedding march Redd, Mr. and Mn. Musselwhite .the members of the Episcopal Mn. Theodore Orfanede and Mn. I Others present were: Mr*. T. D.
ai the recenlonal. and during the Mr. and Mn. Sheffield, Mrs Ruff, Woman's Auxiliary Friday D. W Vann of Vero Beach. Piche, Mn. Catherine Pickard and
ceremony the will play softly 1 1Schubert. Mn. McCarty and Lonnie Hood. with a covered dish benefit lunch- Circle Two held Its meeting at Mrs Jack Polk.
', "Serenade". I Homestead friend Invited to eon followed by bridge. Mn the-home of Mn. H. E. Redln. Mrs.
The bride will be given In marriage the wedding Include Mr. and J S. Horton made the high score Olsen read the devotional Romans 8EABRON FYE HAS
by her father. Miss Miriam Mn. Thomas E. KIrby, Mr. and Mn. Paul Reynolds, the low. 13. The next meeting will be BIRTHDAY PARTY.
Burton will be the maid of and Mn. Henry Brooker, Jr., Mr. Those present were: Mn. Russell held with Mn. Olsen .in the Law- Mn. S. F. Pye entertained
honor and Elmer Ungar of Miami and Mn. O. I. Cault, Mr. and Mn. Anderson, Mrs. Howard Lamb, rence apartments. friend of her ion, Seabron, Tues-
will be the belt man. Bruce Znnli, Mr. and Mn. A. R. Mrs. Ruth L. Scott, Mn. LawrenceR. Thom attending were: Mra. Red day afternoon In honor of his
The bride will wear a gown of Livingston, Mr. and Mn. G. H. Becker, Mrs. B. E. Gatlln, Mrs In, Mrs. Ora Froieur, Mn. Olsen, fifth birthday. After the group
heavy white silk crepe with long Fitzpatrick, the Rev. and Mn. A. Paul Reynolds, Mrs. H. Edd Cau- Mn. Greda Fread and Mrs. James had played various games the hostess -
dolman sleeves, cowl neck, and A. Koestllne, Mr. and Mn. J. V. sey, Mn. J. S. Horton, Mn. C. H.Stetfanl Vann. served Ice creasji and a birth-
long form fitting iklrt with bottom -I Davis, Mr. and Mn. C. N. Barrow, Mn. J. E. Gauzens, Mr Circle Three met Wednesday day cake decorated with white icing -
flare hanging In graceful I Mr. and Mr*. W. J. Clark, Mr. and Frank Webb, Mrs Bill Clark, Mrs. afternoon at the home of Mrs. and pink candles.
fold. She will have an orange ,W. a Cave Sr Mr. and Wakefleld, Ml. Ellen Huff I Frank Mcllwaln. Mn Mrllwaln The )'oUllglUfIll were: Dorothy
blossom clip at her throat and will I ::. A. C. Deputy, Mr.: and Mn Miss Helen Taylor and the Rev. led the devotional by reading the Sullivan, Mary Roberta, Margie
i carry a shower bouquet of sweetheart Wm. Jordan, Mr. and Mn. E. F. Wm. C. Taylor.REDLAND 23rd Psalm and by having everyone Pye, Joyce FinDer, Billy Davis,
roses and lllle of the valley. Brooker, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. E. A. quote a Bible verse. Mn. Robert Sullivan. Harry Bishop,
The maid of honor will wear a I Carter. LEAGUE HAS J. R. DoM)' closed the devotional Ray Andrews and Norton Finney.
gown of peach chiffon with formfitting Mr. and Mn. J. L. Burton, Mr. ICE CREAM PARTY
bodice, low cut back, long and Mrs. P. J. Franklin, Mr. and The young people of the Epworth I
flaring skirt and blue lanh. Her Mrs. Howard Johnson, Mr. and League of the Redland Community
flowen will be yellow gladioli Mn. Jack Polk Mr. and Mrs. Her- Church were entertained Wednesday I
with fern tied with a blue ribbon. man Mark, Mr. and Mrs. S. E evening at an Ice cream I
Mn. Anabel Ruff of Miami Livingston, Mr. and Mn. T.J. Harris party in the parsonage. The
mother of the bridegroom will Mr. and Mn. a W. Ivey, Mr. Rev. C. O. Nelson told the group AT LAST
wear a cream lace gown over and 1\frl. R. E. Scott, Mr. and Mn some of his adventures.
crenm chiffon, and Mri Bradley Wayne Calkins, Mr. and Mrs. J. Those present were: Mr. and
will wear pink aheer with a pink E. Davis. Mr. and Harold Sheffield Mrs. Gotch Kufetdt Mr. and Mrs. .
lace yoke. Both will have corsage I Mr. an4 Mn. Geo. W. Turner William McCullough. Min Mary
bouquet of sweetheart row*. Jr.', Mr. and Mn H. Collier. Engle, Miss Emily Engle, Miss I
Mn Gordon Ivey will assist I Mr. and Mrs R. L. Walker, Mr. Louise Yates, Miss Claudio Votes,
{ Mn Bradley and Mr Ruff in receiving and Mrs. E. L. Lawrence Mr. and Mill Olive CrunweU Blllie Hartford -
the guest Mr*. Henry Mrs. H. A. Cameron, Mr. and Mn George Grunwell Robert
McCarty of Miami, liter ot the Carl Deden, Mr. and Mn. WmMusselwhite Cast Junior Hartford, E. C. Byan,
John Byan, John BrosrdFred new tooth paste actually
bridegroom, will preside at I fern Mr. and Mrs. J. D. THIS possess-
banked punch bowl at the east Redd, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Bird Mr. Borgardt Francis Baylle of Miami every feature demanded of the perfect .
end of the spacious porch. Shewill and Mr* W. R. Bird Mr. and Mn Louis Blackwell of Eau: Gal- dentifrice does everything a
lie and Mr. Nelson.
be assisted by Mr Harold James Bird, Mr. and Mr R. O t tooth do to teeth
paste can improve
Sheffield. Walser, Mr. and Mn. J. J. McLen- The league was entertained Informally gums
Mine Mary and Helen Bradley, don, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Monroe, Sunday evening at the and breath. Briten's safe flotation pro-
Mr. land Mr J. W. home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph cess its grit-free abrasive its
sisters of the bride, and Mines English. Mr. stimulatingaction
Eatelie and Annie Mae Booth will and Mr Curtis Lee, Mr. and Mr*. Wilson Lowe. when massaged into the gums, its
serve slices of wedding cake wrapped W. H. Woods.
truly pleasant flavor all these features
In colored colophons and tied Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Murphy, Mr. The CalendarAug.
with diver ribbon.Immediately and Mr*. Max Loaner, Mr and will satisfy every member of your family.
after the ceremony Mn. Paul Loaner, Dr. and Mn. J. Teeth become whiter, smiles become
when the bride hal donned her A. SmHh Mr. and Mrs. E. L. T Presbyterian Men' breath becomes sweeter when
navy blue triple sheer traveling Hook,Jr. Mr. and Mr*. A. O. Cain Club dinner meeting at the homeof brighter
frock with blue accessories, the Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Leff, Mr. and Rev. and Mrs E. L. Nelson. I Briten Tooth Paste is used morning and
t young couple will tart on I two- Mn. W. J. Booth, Mr. and Mrs. J. Aug. 10 Business meeting of' night. Your friends will notice the dif-
s week wedding trip to North Carat A. TJiurman Mr. and Mr*. Floyd B. P. W. C. I' ference.
t Foglo Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McConnell Aug. II-Recital: at home of
lina.When they return they will live Mr. and Mrs Don Ftrrtyra, Mn. R. H. Fitzpatrick :I
In the Seville apartment in Miami Mr. and Mrs. George Barnes. Aug. 12 Sacred Heart Club i
Beach until the first of October I Mr. and Mrs L P. McLean, Mr. meeting with Mr F. Mlnnerley at II
when they will move to their and Mrs R. E. Edwards, Mr. and 1.30.Aug.
newly built home on West Flag Mrs. Marvin Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. 12-Baptist W. M. V. gene Brit
lee near Coral Cable Wm. John. Mr. and Mn. Joel ral meeting in church. I
The bride was bom In Duma Robinson, Mr. and Mr Geo. M. Aug. It--G. T. Club meeting
run, Ga., but has lived here nine- : (Continued on Page Seven) with Mill Lot Walker. I t



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1ra (Continued From Page Six)
I Methodist church gave a RATE: First Insertion 104 a line, subsequent Insertions

Ie jfeonnicbjen. Mr. and Mrs HaroldWord FAVORS Interesting program Sunday evenIng 54 a lint

Mr. and Mrs. R G Huff.and on the subject "People.

d and Mrs. W B Cam, Jr., Mr. Mia Mary McNeill presided, and I

Mrs. Paul Reynolds Miss Ruth Tower. Win Annie FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUSPIANO
d. (Continued From Page
Mr. and Mrs. L. a Danny, Mr. Mae Booth and Lloyd Field gave

.eI gland! Mrs Herbert Turner Mr. andMrs. race and get off the earth talks FOR RENT or Sale-K acres TUNING an. repairing.

1. & Burley Dandy Mr. and Mrs. cally speaking hal reacted In There were two piano selections good firming land on goodgrad Good used plane for sale cheap.

e.te. Ik J. .Dyal. Mr. and Mr Shell favor and nude him a duet by Miss Malone Moser I road. Good for potatoes or tomatoes W. E. Moon 119 N. W. 3rd St.

Horton Mr. and Mrs E. },I. Froe- Independent supporters. Miss Marjorie Redd and a piano, Hat been fanned. Sec

| cher Mr. and Mr*. E. A. Buchanon, voter generally resent the solo by Mrs J. D. Redd. 13, Twp. 68, Rge St. Broken co- REAL ESTATEREAL

ISN 1 Mr. and Mrs E. F. Brooker. Jr.,! gant attitude of Selfish operate. M. McBride Hotel

iMr. and Mrs. Wallace Graham, when they undertake to Maurice Felton vice-preildent McBride Miami, Fli ESTATE-Those who wantto
ce t of the Methodist Young People'sAssociation buy or sell Redland District
'':'Mr Edith Keen Mrs Lily Bow a candidate
IS I Mrs. Annie Butler Mr*. PaulineMcConnell. II of Florida, and his FURNISHED apt. for rent. C R. real estate will find up-to-date

d..e.. "A maJority'of the : sister Miss Edith Felton came up Bigger, 104 N. E. 2nd Ave listing In our office. Many ot

. Misses Grace and Alice Hobson still believes that this I* a from Rock Harbor to be with the (a 7-21). these listings are still at subnormal
I country, that official should
a Miss Elinor Payne Miss Ellen group price We shall appsdate
chosen by free and
esb Huff, Miss Inez Branch. Miss Eml-I Another guest was Mr*. Grace GOOD Second story cool, well either ;your Inquiries of
choice and that people
lle Fredrick Miss Pearl Whlta- Trammel, district director: of the furnished apartment Rent rtaonable. your listings, all of which will
are entitled to exercise who Ask at Western Union. have our best attention. Now lathe
her, Miss Marguerite Wollam, Miss i young people, out-
Lucille Chapman. James Wollam, ; choice: lined to the group plan for a (Jy 10 tf) time to buy B. W. Morris.

Maxwell The people resent also shingle I party to be held here now associated with H. A. Cameron
Smith Henry Behrens
t- attitude of these Interests n' FOR RENT-4-room house two N. W. 1st St. In Citizens
George Bailey R. E Sherard, Wm. [ to raise money for a roof the ,
C screened porches running water -
having failed to Intimidate of Southern in BankBldg. Phone 73.
I i dormitory College j
a Ewing, Bunny Becker Lonnle'
Andrew, they are now garage, fruit trees, for
A. Hood. Hal C. Stanley and Earl I ing to tell the voters how to Lakeland couple. Apply W. W. Severy. WANTEDWANTED J

'Y. Field. their ballot, not only by Redd'i Dry Cleaners.
I Miami friend Invited are Mr John Jr. and Richard r
reasoning flamboyant son, Brown -to rent by the ear
ILry j and Mrs. M. C. Hardee, Mr. and half-truth and expensive and Edward Hickson. FOR SALEFOR small unfurnished; home close 7

c- Mrs. H. W. Proctor Mr and Mrs. I but In. L. T. Proctor at Leader-En :'
stands also by
I'f. J. Harley Jones, Mr. and Mrs. C. i of voter through threat, George real to at home again SALE Guavas, $1.00 per terprise office (a 7-14) :

H. ;JC.: Pfleffer, L. M. Heald, )lr. I after spending more than I bushel. Jungle Grove Redland.
bosses and other known .
I and Mrs. A. M. Collott, Mr. and : month in the Pout Graduate hospital LEGAL NOTICES
defeating democracy and FRYERS Live or dressed Free
I Mrs. W. T. Mincer Mr and Mrs. A. In Homestead. 1
i P. Frlsher, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar O. ing the electorate Into injuring delivery In city. Phone S35-M. .......,. Ih* Tin dar arptomlM. A. ll >. '
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self. McEwen Poultry Plant. 'i" the alMnUknw mt 'hMd
a- Boyette Mr. and Mr. Cr W Ar. I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Smith have will 100 .... .. enir *>*d hr MM 11Io

to- R Hold Mr,_and Mr W. SJoborg, i "Again, the manly and gone to Fort Myers after spending CARISSAS, lOo qt. CUTTINGSand '......10 :
It I furthor ordered that Uik war
H. Mr. and Mrs. Camp Moors, Mr.! geous attitude of Judge some time with their daughter, SMALL PLANTS for sale. *a.. e work for four MMoratli

let I and Mrs. J. D. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. the wisdom and moderation of Mrs. George L Foals.PRINCETON. Mrs. Geo. W. Kosrl, Jungle weeks III The Htmd LMdi-r.Knln.prlM. .
Published lit MM teem.
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Roy Jordan, Mr and Mr*. J: W displaying a dignity A.. 'IT Grove, Redland road and Plum- Up and 'ta...
O'Hara and Mr. and Mrs. Dean self respect unusual under This July II. IMr ..
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circumstance making I
and Baxter. I are Clerk of Clients l' uri. .
Other Invited lire: Mr. and Mrs additional friends throughout I "' GRASS. Now I* the Or r J. Gould, Dtputy < .......
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William Milton Bradley, Jr., of : state who will be heard from 1 Ruth Murray entertainedher time to act grass. Dig It, measure HINKY HtHRrNHlor atoll;"' .

Crescent City Mr. and Mn Joe August eleventh. I Sunday school class Monday It yourself for 35c a bushel SOc lei 1.w Plaintiff.1,1,54S11Am.7,14.1I1.

C. Montgomery of Jacksonville, I "And without stressing the evening with a wiener roast The If dug. H M Lyon. i

..edet Mr. and Mrs T. C. Pope of Sanford I ter failure of Mr. Carlton as a :I I following girl were present: Lillian NOTICE OF APPIICATION FOB
Miss Mary Williams of Galns- ernor or the probability :I| Norma and Jolney Lee Andrews GUAVA JUICE tl per gallon. Meats Hill N.. III!

and I man who fall in one place i Colleen McVicker, Charlotte Jungle Grove, Redland. NOTICE: IM HEREBY RIVKN that I''u.
his ville the following friends tie 11:. V holder, of fMt end Cowilf Tin.
. from out of the state: H Shahin of fall In another we predict and Marjorie Murray, Merle STEAMED BROWN BREAD any I I I COrti/..... No. M4 ward th 1.t Jar ..<
upON I Mizello I A. D 'IW1 be. filed In m,
considerable confidence that Evelyn Underwood. Ver- Awrint UM
Belcas. Egypt, Mr. and Mrs J. F. time Saturday. Lb. coffee
can offh and .hu nialo ntiillratkm fnf m (1a,4
th- Wilson, Mr. and Mn. R. S. Rice, I C. O. Andrews will be one of na Anderson Lillian Chubb and size 20c; with raisins or nuts I doM Ui ... uaiwd thrnon MM Orl>llnt.

lcth.. Mr. and Mrs Goa Benson Mr. and i next United State Senators Kathrine Wright. 23c. Leave orders at S. L. Wilt anbr..e-the CountT. folkiwlna of Dido.d.srrAwd State of P'1""P"lIn ...,.,.

Mr*. Isaac Newberry, Mr. and Mrs Florida. I home, 106 N. W. 8th st. to-wit .
I Mn H. Gillesple and Wti of SKH of SWl In ....u..n IITwvwliln .
Judge Andrew born on
y C T Ivey, Mr. and Mrs J. C Mar wa :I e M mouth, II...... I* Magi,
lie tin, Mr. and Mr*. P. S. Daniel, Mrs reared on a farm In west i George, of Wart Virginia spent LOST _..,nine H Acres _... or ..... Inth.
where his forbear settled I several day here a* guest of Mrs.Gillespie's County of nd' NlaU of Florld.
m, Ida Ivey, Mr*. Agnes Rogers Miss rll'I Tk. aamoMnrnt of uld pninniy a***
Sarah G. Whaley. Miss Willie Florida became a itate He I I brother and slstcrtnI LOST-last week, Dr. Wolfe's I DM Mid' Mrtlflratv ,Issued wan In th name
op- I I Mr. and Mr*. O D. Barcu oil Ads B. Amon,.
graduate ofthe University ) large brown German police dog, .
ey. Bradley, Miss Hilda Bailey and UaloM MM orrllfhMiU doll .. r.h. .....
Florida. I I I Mrs. CUlesplf, the former Mine Bill. J. R.
Miss Lily Bailey Brooks phone Tl I a.swims law. the prngry .4Md
Burcus UMMIII "Ir.. MM io Ik Kkk."ti, IP: The Orlando jurist ha bad May spent her childhood *
I ,. ...
the 0.5,0..door on the \ M
perience In all three (I day here a* her mother was an LEGAL NOTICES day Im the" month '"f *........... IM.. whtekb
SERVICE: LEAGUE ENJOYS government : early homesteader. Ux Ttk day of September ISM

WIENER ROAST AND GAMES 1 I __ !I. the County of Dade. HUit. at owned tM Stlh mm* > JllW INN
He served five terms in car K. M. LKATMCRMANChr ,
The Young Service I Mr. and Mr*. B. D. Smith and bwh t .
Florida legislature a* : I 5'4 .f swk4 of awed d IE'4 I. << ,f Circuit Court.
League of the St. John' Episcopal I I Mia Melba have returned from S.nlam .1. T-' N South. ""_ bade Owinur.KHrwH r..1da.
and member. St East .mutaltm t Ami mount ... CwrtNOTHI seal
Church held a wiener roast He served seven In 1 a visit to South Georgia kM In the CMIM* .. DM atom vi Cy H. 1A1I'I: D. c.
at the rectory the evening of July years 'I Acrid. M _.....*> I is OnlflmUMo. tJ..I, IJ. A... T. 14. II. III'I
JO After the executive department a* I Mn Cora "t-j, visiting In .*.... Tk of Mid
supper monopolyand attorney ,general with Georgia and rnnrur Mt>> the MU corwic.t. or APrlrTATNIN FOE
various game were played Alabamaduring aonemonth ttmrnft W.:Is DM MM rf Thou Inv. TAX UKItll
Trammel and Judge T. F. vacation. While she NOTICE IS HKKrHY tilV'V thntThrlnia
Those present were: Mr. and I iwXdaE; IE(4 to awtisn51. I K. *%-... kokhnr mm lasera. "f
and represented the state in t
away Mn. M. Bernard la In 5a.1th
Mr*. Lee H. Lehman, Mrs. J. E.Gauxens the Tmnuhl It Sense IS K..Iaunulnln : Coy of Miami Tat Crrtlfu-nl NumwrodttM.
dreds of caw before the post office.A. in AcrM more *r h Miss Ellen Huff Miss court and federal court the tinny mt Dmmf. auto flit .1..1olo. IM. hM flkd. Mid Ctrtlflcnt* In or of.
Louie Long Fitzpatrick, Miss Helen W. McVicker and W. B. u *nknr.d In Certificate No MMTb fhio, sad kM md nn>-Hi IOn k Yew IkonM In With
Taylor, the Rev. W. C. Taylor, McVicker, made a business trip the*:: Crtlflcal .._ the ,.. -
Billy Clark, Jack Krome Tommy 1.-- Mme .f Madrl Load c.. home' dooirUHd Property rit< n. 4 rn
to Miami
NARANJAContinued on Tuesday. Dade Cwnw KHKM. k>wltiIM
amt of rile Is awtl.m
Collins, Francis Fitzpatrick and Town.hlp : %'tII, Has" N ..:: 75. WklWl : of l..wi nO

Joe Gauaens. The Princeton Methodist Church ...ntalnlM10 Arm mew a .Iwo. i. t, o '.'. Pot I.'i.t: H, Pni*
From the C state of Dan. ..... of Florida II In IM CHr: of 'nmly ftIHdt
I ( Page Five will hold ........
t. prayer meetings on .. omknead In c.n"..... No. I9n lute ATM ,
w. A. MEETSAT game in the afternoon Thursday evenings and will have The _at 01 low oroperOp Dairy. Moo> of NISI proprrtr .*
tJ. uM .omlflcnl. IMWO WM In Ik. mamad
tlTTLAND HOME th* saw tortlflrat" kwiai WM hi II
: pie Sunday and the evening services tm the first Sunday of a. w. Unknown.
attended Mme
The Y. W. A. of the First Baptist evening the month. NW\4 of NBV of NKt4. NWU ftNWH Values MM MrtMlrnl* then W ...drmn.efowdimt ...
Church held its August Nina Dyal of Homestead of NCH In oWlioa I. T... as .... tn Arts will 6.0.thw.
tits lot duty of a5Ptrmh. A. U.
ship IT Booth Rann N on as
ontalnlni -
with Marjorla regie thla Mrs. 'Mullen and Yesdln
meeting Monday evening at the young IOn ID Arm nun or IkaCoonlr 1904.
home of Mr. and Mr*. J. R. Rut- week.: I have returned from a trip to South of Dad. Mate of Florida. mmmhraMd Dad fhb tetbLKATHl t'MAN?' I....
In Cortlfkal N... lain*. Clark
land A program on mission work A tha.-jyed;; i Georgia. Th aumai.iil of MM trmfmrtt ...... of rirwlt Owgit
was given. party a ties Mid tVrtinnn issued WM In UN Deals Coo.." Florida\ .
light sallrnj trip Friday night Mm. at MiittVI. Land Co.MKI4 (Cl..... Cum _II f
The girls who attended were: NOTicES of MWU of NRSI In nWUonI My H. AI/U. D. (J ,
Mid Katherine Vnnn Miss Ellen silted of: Mr. and Mr*. J. LEGAL Township IT Smut. Rim s0 Cart 'I (July 01. Awe I. U. 11. 1U. I
Brown MU Alice oonlalnlnn 10 Acm :
Stephens, man ar low hi
Vann, Min Alta Vann, Mia Lucille _tho front the d.1. of the Firms nukllcn.Uon the ft Dads. State of Florid.
West, Miss Elizabeth Mcllwaln. Gladys Coldren Miss Lot I of this notlo*. .. .knod I. Certificate No. IA,...
rens. Miss Ann Brown DATED this lath day of July. A. D. IM.. The i..w.nt .f MM property under
Mia Valera Fitch, Miss Fern Pederson Landrom ,I EDWARD aTlLINa, Itovlmrl7olT the MM CCTtlflcnt. leaned WM to the IB CARE :
Robertson, Mm Esther Pope. Min and Joe IT 14, SI. Aw T. 14. II. Ilk fWtrt. ...... of Frank B. Shaw.Of
4. II. IS: M. Oc4 S. S, 155.1. *f .K\k NWnail. hi
Miriam Scott Mint Ruth Tower LEGAL NOTICES .. .. .Ale: :1'Booth. Ranr* "
and Miss Sheila Hubbllrd.Turner's aLltfit'lTR/ JUDICIAL CIRCUIT fI'f I* East rMlalnliw i Arm matt or
FLORIDA. DADA nllNTV CIRCUIT. fen, hi tk* County of Dade Slate at I a/ and Beauty !
In th* Chess. Cast af the Ink .... f 1011 IN IHANttar rknlda In CortlfhabF No. IIII7H.
('......, I>... ('-,. FlorM.IM .. In n Apvlrmtlon of Fir. H..". tE"a.- of MM pniwrtrnar ,
MKi AUVPTION of tOOmFB ak.nMw to h.e.e II F. .. DonIH. >r I >al. hued wa demand
Funeral Home PBIILIPH a minor NOTICE or APPLICATION In the ..- of Unknown True beauty
NOTICE or INIrNTlON TO NoUN In Iootobr riven t sit -hem kMr Unless MM MrtrlbMM' rkall k.. rwlrettw.lwadlwa l the best of core at all
APPLICATION FOR ADOPTION 1 / a.e amt ,... Weary .......... '* law. the Prop" 405.,.... I
HI1R. AMBfUINfE SERVICE: jtmrpit; miFj PHILLIPS a .. is la waia will 100 wM lu the .kla-honl kUd.ral time Whether you
OTIes .I HLaxsY GIVEN thai ty. riorMa.: will M Ih. IMk dar a4Ao- .... Ooarl-how. door on the first ".... wish a wave a facial
lady sub tuned. Jaadt. BVDanM.. will nM. A. U IN. M Ik* ho.- ml 5A .* dar I* the moat of'ar. ION. whisk i
applleaka tar the adnotkn of I. MM data >,r M ...a IMnoftof M eaunwl k the its daf of anMnhK. I HIUolj a manicure, or any of
Phone 114.R Homestead rim.r" Nlln' PkllllM. a nokj hHil arm mr ofTkki .. k.* Awed film kor petition and nwk Dated this Arad day of July. INS the other essential aids
Native to ho MM n \ application. to the Honornbl. Jodvoi bf K. b. LKAT71n11MAN,
for four MiMcutrw weeks .hi the. the shave stylus mart at the Loonlr Clerk of C/-alt C""., I to beauty, you'll find
time t..1Yr"'''rrom, Hoe,. n Ik. city of Mkunl. Dada CoonW, Dada C_" Fl._..... the skilled operators nt
e Dated this lair ttth' IDM.JEANETTK rkH-lda for a llwnii lo ink them. of (CIonit Court arilOr.. N. James. a I'
aUDANIEL, and manes kar wn estate mod nruportr II. An*. I. 44. II. W). PaI's Beauty Parlor
..w_. end separate ottate and In bonuses a fro ready to serve you
I (J. II. A... T. 14. II. M) ... .. Tial>C* FOR FtBIITATIOnjIn :
la.rMt.r"P ,.... I' quickly at any time
Dome taM Caanlr rtwMn th* a tonrl. .Kk *ntk h..W
In IM Glees Cases of the Eleventh this tile lltk a.d.'JaRSAnr. 1fA M.f I knwll.; 1 Dad County. ........ In (Maw Ciewigaele. Spiral ant
ONLYMONKEY dktal Cknrt hi and for Dmmm c. n CaM No,
rht/A. I. t ... seats- ;. sdklaw far .....- hiii.;.a DiVOiICR CemWaattoB
L H. JMYKKY and J. n. 11,">0. II: Bua all IMAM.I ARnilt HAY UmvlalMnt.KORUT v. I
tiff., w HOHFUTKAD HOKD 1 f ..-. cause. DrfiManlII PERMANENT WAVES
JUMftXINTHEHJ. MORTGAGE COMPANY n Obsess .., U. II. .-.. 7. 141. appMrln* hr mhianHt aee.ndrd :1 l
.....'' dill In. Mil fd'-d fa the shore .atM ...: Prices $5 $6 $7PAT'S
Slates In Mnor *-" that made i TAX DKRUMonM. I In aamod la n aon-roloVal, of IW Btat* i
/f by" TtrtM of M *rrr af Conrl mMnd I ( RIM him last ml FlarM. and k n oft of HMufarL, I
Haialln Drive west i U>.k> MiM] Mar A. "j, .MOTirK I* rUKKBT GIVEN Hut O. army CnroMnn.. taws Ikox la no *>>wn I Iwe 1 1BUM
IM*. .* fradulafflama r11.lM to Pirkor. Addax W auto .nd Coaaw Taw of ........ the mwnmm dit.. >Isp 'I
.f Narasla Read and tae with tk* aai.nhniad. c, alo. asses" MM SM I. 6141116.rtew7.NL tha..ntam bit" an* Ih. 1 BEAUTY PARLOR
,MIUn at kk affiM M Florida/ Cl.. ..d M7IW. Mod Ik* Ttk dr mt A.., = and thai k* is nw ass M* of
ADMISSION life Ma. all', Violent M aarh Creditors Mar .. lh1M& 6"N raara. II kj /Mr hors ordered
anomalous Bond bas 6.4. s-pellwt/aw:/ too -i/ that amid , PoI..t be and I Phone 539.11.Horne Bldg.i .
e 5i1 ana Mi.lkrtlw II.Jwohp rosebud M aowMf *.. oS* Mill dba1.OtM i
Mrs. ./. J IIwAdlnrla..0.d4e_T Masseuse 1116rd in so* Oman __


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Page Eight THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday,August 7,1936 ",

DINNER DANCE GIVEN' Three new member, Mr*. Wtt- Gloria Trumbull, Michael FlorilHo '
FOR ARCHER: SMITH I ber Reed Mr*. Hunter Harden Eugene Fort John Paul and
Dr. and Mr*. J. A. Smith gave. a and Mr. J. D. Perkins, were .- Eugene Fretch.
dinner done at the Bwjral Palm cepiod,
rOc.ial Events 11 dub In Miami, Friday night, In present were Mr. HanM Oxford -. 50 Attend Landscape ...
honor of the birthday anniversary MM. E A. Buchanan Mr*
of their ion, Archer. W. B. Cave, Mr*. Burley Dendy, Lecture by Wakefield
The guests Included: Mill Grace Mr O,.M, Soiuiicfcien, Mn Wm.
Hobson, MiA Emily Payne Miss M. John, Mn. Dyal Mia Ellen1I11r About fifty persons attended an
RECITAL TO BE GIVEN ON AUGUST 11 Eleanor Payne, MIA MargueriteCrow Mt" Pearl Wbrttaker. MixAltec illustrated lecture: on landscape
Clemens, Hobson, Mill Hazel KUlln- gardening given by George N.
Mill Virginia
BY MRS. R. H. FITZPATRICK'S PUPILS Mill Helen Lehman, Bill Payne, gee, MiA Mary Bradley and lit- ,Wakefield in the agricultural ,
-- Bill McConnell,Marlon Plununer tle Julia Ann Lee, a vfcMer. room of the Homestead High
The following numbers will be Staccato Etude '__'_h_'_. Hauser Ben Hummer and Bobbie Crow. School Tuesday night StereopU-
given at a recital by pupil of Mn. Dorothy ROM MR. AND MRS. DI MATAUt can slide, together with the lecture
R. IL Fitzpatrick Tuesday at the Morning Song" .'_'m_._._.. Grieg JUNIOR CLUB TO GIVE GIVE PARTY FOR P. SC1AULO ,which was read by Mr.Wake-
Fitzpatrick home on Redland Alta Webster POOL BENEFIT DANCE.At Patrick Sclnllo of Miami who field were obtained at the expense -
road: the suggestion of Mrs. K. J. la leaving for New York City next I of the vocational agriculture
"Prairie Dogs" ._.. .., _. Hume LOCAL GIRLS ATTEND Dyal, chairman of the ways and week wa given a farewell party I department from the Better Home
Jerome Scherr Mrs Fitzpatrick TRI-DELTA LUNCHEON means ipb-committee of the municipal Saturday night by Mr. and Mr, and Garden magazine.
"Farmer in the Pell" _. William MiA France Dorsey Miss swimming pool committee, Anthony Dl Natal at their home Moving picture of scenes taken
Dorothy Kuhn"Playing ? Eleanor Payne, Mill Emily Payne the Junior Woman' Club votedMond.y in Redland. during the Kansas trip of the
Circus" ____ Hume and Miss Loll Walker attendedthe evening to sponsor a Among the guest were Mr. Homestead Chapter Future Farmers -
Delta Delta Delta luncheon dance In the near future for the and Mr*. Steve Trumbull, of America, were shown at the
Eileen Scherr, Mn.
Fitzpatrick"Churning" ,held Friday at the Miami Blltmore fund. conclusion of the lecture
pool Mr. and Mn William Jaffee, Mr.
?...._ ..._. .... Wright Country Club. I,
I Mr Joel J. Robinson and Mn. and Mn Homer Frailer Mr. and
Vera Sage I The meal wa served la the "19- Dyal were appointed on a committee -I Mr Robert Uindl Mr*. J. L. Paul,
"Puy Car .__.._. Williams th Hole", a dining room next to to revise the constitutionand Mia Gladys Tambor Mia Mary (=
Jimmle Ron I the golf course. All of the rush- the by-laws of the club. Torriae, Mia Mary. DI Natale,

"Tommy Alice Tucker"Mae_Ron William table eel and decorated the members with tarpon cat at a scales long ,, .., .. .,.. "T

"Hurtle Song" __ Diller-Quall painted and arranged to representlarge
Jerome Scherf I pansies.. The place card CHASE A Golden .
"Gathering Mussels, -Nightin- were adorned with pansies made SAINBORN
gale", "Star of*the Sea"__' from smaller tarpon scale Ripe
____.____ Diller-Quall D
"The Bell*","Rain Patwr"..Wrlaht SEVEN MILE: : ROCK PIT.A Bananas
Ardell Parman group of young people enjoyed -
"Trotting Ponies" .___ Watson a swimming party at the Seven Coffee _
Francis Scherr Mile rock pit Monday. The swim .
1 1
"Traviata" Donizetti was followed] by a lunch of sandwiches 3k4c
Louis.' Ross' and candy. The _
Rondo .,___..__ DiabelU Those participating were: Mr.
Ardell Parman, Mr*. Fitzpatrick and Mr*. O. A. Hainlln, Mrs. Ben- 13c
"Always Be Natural".Mana Zucca nett, Mn. Elizabeth: Cast, Miss
Lavina Kirk Lillian Bennett, Miss Dorothy SATURDAY SPECIALS
"Nortna" __._._ Belenl ROM' Miss Margaret Hainlin Miss
"Happy Farmer" Schumann Elisabeth Hainlln, Cgrol Under-
Teeny Torbert wood, W. H. Bennett John Lew. OVER-au JAR
"Skipping" .....______ Taylor Is, Albert Haltilia and Robert
"Star of Hope" .__ Franklin _
Johnny Kuhn Buddy Kuhn 14 lb. 25c V IU E.FARM: 3 lb. can S5e
"Venisaa" Wait*" __'__ Qurlitt } ..
1 Tea Glass
Eugene Scherr, Mrs.
"Silhouette"Kathleen_.._ROM Rheinohold UFE-DUOY SYRUP, (pure cane) 35e BULK

'"'Vera Rheney' E

"William Elmeda TU" _Robert' : Rossini' I 3 cakes.. .. 19c ONIONS, 3 Ibs. __ --10c 4 lbs.25c

"Love's Old Sweet Son..I4oUOy
Kathleen ROM
"Aialla" ______ Beethoven VFW NO.1 SELECTED
Constance Scherr
..___ COBBLERPotatoes
"Fur Elise" _. Beethoven
"Dance of the Midget*"..Cadman I
Dolores Cowan I GeneralPublic SUGAR

Walt .. _...... .. ._.__" .., Herbert
Elmeda Roberts, Constance Scherr I
Intermezzo _. .. Mascagri i Utilities
Eugene h. Scherr 10 Ibs. --- -- 0' Z9c 10 Ibs. . . S3c
''Loure1' .. ._ ._ Bach
,Godard' Homestead Phone BOS-M
'Berceuse" ROSEDALE .. Roll
Alta Webster KELLOGG'S I


No. 2% can 15c JERSEY TOMATO I LeE. ROTS& lb" _. .. ... 37c

Regular 5c Size KETCHUP . 25e LARD

SALT UD CHIEF I CANS 2 lbs, bulk ...... 25c

3 pkgs. --10c DOG FOOD . 25e SIb. pkr. JeweJl98c

Pure Gold-Plain or Self Rising

Ciorty RoofsMakt 6 Ib. bar ......25c Coca -Colas

our 1 : lb. bag ......45c 6 bottles to carton 25c

24 ib- bag ......8&c FOR ............................
BI" Plus bottle deposit

V V style and varieties suitable for every buildInf. (Trans Baby Beet)
Seta Crackers
from the fin* residence to the small poultry, STEAKS, lb. .. 23c BEEF
bout. ,Tt M roofs, mad by a manufacturer with
our to ym of succeufol nperttact, cost memore ( 1 lb. pkge 1Gc 'ANa lb. .. .. 15c

that ordinary rooSpf IXCELL CHUCK ROAST lb. 17c Home Killed
dollar wind bay roam ,
:rbat-, why your grows you
S< from .a -oar prices u4 quality win pror It I WaMII Cm .UOVLDER HENS

Brooker Lumber Co. 1 lb. pkge 13c PORK ROAST lb.{.. 28c b. ....... 3&

Phone 62 Homestead Fla

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.. ) : ,5 ,,.. 2 large, jars. Z9c 20 lb. bag. . .89C

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