The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00048
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: November 29, 1935
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00048
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Remove Fills, Key Folk Ask BIG DEDICATION PROGRAM 1


r SURVIVORS OF Neighborly Parley by GrowersOf :

Cuba, Florida ,Urged by ConsulSpeaking
STORM SPEAK unofficially to the, like commodities in the United I .
Homestead Rotary Club Wednesday States.
Eduardo D. Hernandex Cuban The Miami Cuban consul said I '
consul in Miami suggested that,jhe was going to recommend the Evolved alt C' of C be matter of rfremonle The (
y AT UR: HEARING Cuban and Florida graven of toputues i Redland District M an Meal piece Committee and Aviation II dedication ceremony has been en* i
and evocado get together I I for bin countrymen to spend vaca- Men Qonfer domed by the airport committeeof
the council and by tho'ma-
M neighbor and work out an Ilona.I city t
tiC equitable arrangement a* to shipping W. M. Fifield was tnfOated as anew or
< Want No Obstruction seasons In order to prevent i I member of the club President OFFER TROPHY FOR Dedication of a landing field is I
F i tp flooding ol the markets and ruinous I I H S. Wolf announced that RACE TO HOMESTEAD neceaaary before a project for coot 1
[ I Free Flow of Water prices to Honda grower I the board of directors.had appropriated atrucUon of hangar will be granted
Between Islands Mr. Hernande said he wa surprised $21 to matclt a like, sum Rolled Runways Bound by government agencies, the
to learn that the provision i from the Lions Club of the Red- ; aviation committee learned, end
!DANGER SEEN EVEN of the recent trade agreement be- !' land District for the nucleus ot a ary Markers Assured if the Homestead airport hud
1 tweenCuba and the United States ,Joint Christina cheer fund to be in Ample Time I hangar many of the planes coming
IN HEIGHT OF 5 FEET was unsatisfactory to this section, | raised by the two clubs. He appointed hi Florida for the Miami meet
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a* he hadoeen under the impress Chai Caves and Paul Dedication of Homesteads municipal would be hate since Hcmcrteadi
Piles Up Wall of Water to ton that arrangement had been I j Reynolds as the Rotary repreaen- landing field with n pro- much, c ser to Miami than 'U
v Sweep Keys During made to restrict Cuban shipments i tativea on the Joint Christmas gram of air maneuver in plannedby fort Fierce or Dayton Bench,
luring peak'luvduedoa periods at fund committee. the Redland District Clumber where many are now awaiting the
Hurricane _u__ __ ___ -- -- of Commerce for Wednesday D4j atart of the maneuvers.More .
j the day before the opening of than 70 tatters to be sentby
Removal of highway and railroad ASK 5 CIRCUSES Poll Tax Books Opened I Ill the eighth AU-Amertcaq Air Meet air mall when Uw Homrilewt
t'. rollover the water caps between In Homestead City Hall I in Miami. airport U dedicated have been received -
l'. the islands to prevent a recurrent by tho Redlund o.'oId"
t of a storm tide such AI LOCATE HEREDURING Poll tax books are open In the Mack Hardee and Carl L. Twee- Chamber of Commerce from persons -
city hall for those who wish to dell of the local be. aviation -
live and
swept away by In various ports of the mun.
;; the hundred in the Labor Day qualify to vote In the Homesteadcity I committee, .r'.I two try
' hurricane:\ wai.advocated by reii- WINTERSTh I election Jan 14 To vote in thin week ago to promote.. __._! Inaviatba.andu -
" !<- der'l' i''Of1thr I *. i-i/
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. Plantation Key present at a..heartetoMUmitfwtQn btx and S1XHIRR1CA"NESOUTOF346HAVE)
pcislljmty he thorn after Dec %II. greater part of Monday and Tuesday -
b*; the USngJnferWffirp li-! I'. > :,of gejting.fluecircuses cannofj JMV... .. in Miami conferring with officiate -
. t orvthe .ppll
I to select a winter quarters of the Greater Miami Airport
t lion ) road departmentfor Crop Loans ReopenedTo
:IA < fp.r site In the Redland District Association and 'with Miamiair I
of plan for the reconstruction Storm Sufferers I
of Oversee Highway will be Investigated by a committee meet oll'lcl.lI.nd brought back
bridges destroyed by the iurri- appointed at a membership Emergency wed and fertilizer hearty pledge of complete cooperation STRUCK FLORIDAOut 1
' II in a program to dedicatethe
loans have reopened for
\: cane. 4J meeting of the Redland District
,., Among those who spoke was farmer who H___ _suffered__ __ losses In the Homestead landing field. i
Commerce; Wednesday
; .J.. :John Russell postmaster at IliaBiorada Chamber of recent hurricane, Regional Manager At a board of director meeting of 364 hurricanes on record
w one of the two survivors night Larsen of Columbia, S. C, held Tuesday night enthusiastic less than half a dozen have reach
P, 6f the Russell clan that numbered President Ben Archer called attention and State Manager Coleman of approval of the plan was voted ad the lower east coast of Florida
snore than 70 member before the of the meeting to the fact Tampa advised County Agent C. and $21 was appropriated for a to when compared to the hazardsthe i
sept. 2 hurricane H. Steffani and Ben Archer president trophy to be awarded the winnerof rest of the country la subject,
p Plana of the state highway department that a winter home In Florida is of the Redland District a Miami-Homestead free-for- ed to this section ls a pretty safe
provide for a 600 foot being sought for the Jiagenback, Chamber of Commerce, at a conference all airplane handicap. The com- place to live in, "Farmer" Eo IL .''
ii trestle opening at Wilson Key SeDs-Floto, John T. Robinson here Tueiday Applications mittee was authorized to follow up Dunn former meteorologist. of the)
Channel, a 600-foot trestle opening Sparks and Wallace circuses, and must be filed with the county Its verbal conference with 'written New York weather bureau station,
agent Dot later than Dec 20. invitation to aviation official the Rcdland
at Tea Table Channel and a that Homestead said In an address la
1 1800 foot trestle at Indian Key suggested was Immediately after the hurricane and those In charge of units sched- District Improvement Association 1
Channel. The structure will be Ideally located for such a purpose ot Nov. 4, the chamber of com- uied for participation in the Miami Monday night in Redland school
connected with a low causeway Upon an approving vote by the merce wired Senators Duncan U. air meet, to take part In the Homestead auditorium.
section at an elevation not to exceed members he appointed Charles Fletcher and Park Trammell, and ; airport dedication. Mr. Dunn attributed the Insufficiency t
:. five feet above mean low I raves, Paul Reynolds and Wm. M. seed loan authorities asking that I The letten were tent Wednesday of weather bureau reports
'. tide. Johns on a committee to go after loans be made available to citrus morning, and George W. Turner approaching hurricane
It la tills causeway or till that: the circuses. avocado and vegetable grower i Jr, added to the aviation com to the discontinuance of rigid examinations
the key resident object to. They, Thirty members of the) Homestead I Later the Rotary Club also lent mittee on the request Of the chairman which were In fore
want all obstruction to the flow chapter Future Farmer of telegrams. Mr. Larsen laid Tuesday for reinforcement, attended when the weather bureau was un- ,
of storm tide removed. One resident -' America, attending the meeting : that there was no fund in existence a meeting of the Greater Miami der the direction of the war de !
pointed out that a fill five feet with their adviser George Wake- from which his department Airport Association In Miami to partment. He bluntly Hated that I
t: high was ai high or higher thai field, were made honorary members could main loans to citrus and avocado extend general invitation to thai after the department of agriculture :
most of the key above sea level of the chamber of commerce. growers. organization. Other member of took over the weather bureau, I
and would hold back a wall oft Mr. Wakefleld read t letter from Following a report of the conference the committee are George Cooper, the rigid examination were eliminated i
t water until It could sweep over the the Shawnee Mission Chapter, F. by President Archer Leo Bishop and L. L. Chandler and weather forecasting 4.
Islands. They admitted that ai F A., of Merriam, Kan., winner of 'the chamber of commerce voted I City Engineer: E:. L. Hook who Job became political plums
;., long ai the F.E.C. fills are allowed the country-wide F F A. contest it Its membership meeting Wednesday U working In close cooperationwith A program *f vaudeville, arranged -
',' to remain, little would be accomplished advising that its members are I night to ask for an appropriation I the chamber of commerce by "Steve" Brodie Miami
by eliminating the coming to Homestead as guests of I for fertiliser loans to I II' committee said the landing field I I fireman and son of W. M. Brodto
highway fill, and announced their the local chapter during the Christmas -I' citrus and avocado grower when I would be In condition for the of Redland, wa presented by *
'1' Intention to leek the proper trI- holidays. The chamber voted I' congress) convenes In January. dedication 'program, ai WPA 1 group of Miami entertainers
" bunal for obtaining removal of for appointment of a committee ---- project U under way at the airport, The Improvement Association
r' ,the railroad fills They said the to co-operate with the local I I WIlY WE ARE LATEA now. The runway will be seari- voted a resolution of respect and
trestle opening! are insufficient toP Future Farmer. in entertaining the] fled, scraped and rolled, and sympathy to be extended to the
allow the free flow of water that visitors. On the committee the; burnt-out electric pot element boundary and runway marker family of Charles W. Chat aecretary
r. would live the Islands from storm president appointed E C. Chronlster -, which ordinarily means and wind indicator, already ordered of the Miami Beach Chamber y
tide. Herman Marks and Dr. J. B. only a trip U Miami after a new are expected to arrive by of Commerce who died recently
! The hearing,' presided over by Tower. part peeved serious to the Dec. 2, in plenty of time for Installation President Johnston explained -
" -Captain P. A. Fertaga, acting district Proofs of the publicity booklet Leader-Enterprise: because of before the dedicationdate. that Mr. Chase had several
p engineer, whose headquarter which the county commission Is the Thanksgiving holiday this times gone out of his way to
am in Jacksonville was held In having prepared to advertise the week. When the part could act Every encouragement and cooperation be of service to the association
I Homestead for the convenience of agricultural advantages of Dade be obtained from Miami It was has been given and r
iu. Florida Key resident The hearingwas County, were read by Frank Bell, ordered by telegraph to come pledged the chamber of commercerepreeenta I IL IL S. LOSES TO ALUMNI
. adjourned shortly after noon. county publicity director and several via air nail, and should have vea by A. W. Elsen-
corrections made In the interest arrived Thursday night la plentyat meyer secretary of the Greater I Homestead's High School&
CROWING FAST of conservatism. The manu time far the press deadline.as Miami Airport Association O. A. basketball team lost to an alumni l
The Townsend old age pension script for a section devoted exclusively asset newspaper machinery Shoemaker, national publicity: team In an overtime same Tues-
, movement has grown faster th.n8n7 to Homestead and the companies keep a saga en defy agent of All-American Air Meets day night 21-20. The score at the
other movement ever before Redland District, written by the .Ight* tat helfcUys U meet Just who ii In Miami connection with end of the regular time wa J7-17.
undertaken, T. D. Plch told the chamber president, as read and approved sack emergencies. The heating preparation for the Miami meet, Mattson with two field goal and 1 1t
Homestead Townsend Club at Its and provision made for element slid Mi arrive, however and by Captain Andrew, com- three foul shot was high for the
meeting last Sunday afternoon in additional Information when Mr. nUI Satariay tnenlng e. mander of Chapman Field air bast vanity, and Harold Campbell with
the Neva King Cooper School audi Bell said there would be more can It was not shipped Mill Captain Andrew will be asked t three field goals and two foul'**
ba ium. space available for this section. Noon ......,. Ito dedicate the landing field May was high for the alumni lean.JI .

poop Two THE LEADER-ENTERPKISE Friday November 29. 935. J

I Il I cover-crop plants This leads us inches high and there to considerable material may be properly utilized
I' Let Cover Crop Grow Luxuriantly I to wonder If there may not be an grass tending to smother it I I in this way and at the same time 1
advantage to the citrus trees derived out, it is desirable to mow the' a few hungry folk may be given
l Until It Goes to Seed, Is AdviceBy from growing the natural gras and give the crotalaria a| food by providing a few extra
cover-crop around the.IPIt seem chance to grow ',days of work
E. F. DcBDSK to the Clinubdestry clearly understood that decaying that tome of the deep rooting It Is never advisable "". disk In
organic matter la the only source plant may go down below the the summer application& Of ferti i i
The cover crop U a very Important I of food or energy supply tor the root tone of the citrus tree and User at a time when the cover- ,
factor In citrus fruit production soil organisms so necessary In the bring up plant food elements that, crop Is coming and when It maybe OVE
In fact, profit and successful proper utilization of applied fertilizers C are out of reach of the citrus roots,I entirely or seriously set back by
fruit production often depend I and In the growth of trees these elements being stored inj the disking operation. THEATRE
upon proper utilization of the cov, and production of fruit I the growing plant and returned to')I I can never leave a subject of COCONUT OROVEShew
er-crop In the grow management o Another function of the grove the top wit when the plant de-. this kind without calling attention 7 and I Adnaadoa tJ*
4 program. I i cover-crop is that of utilizing niI compose I to the opportunities of increasing Matinee Bat. and Sum 21,
Left have a definite under-I irate nitrogen and other leachable So the Important thing seems the supply of organic mat- lto. .. m.SATVEOAf.
y standing of what la meant by the plant food elements during the, to be the tonnage of vegetable ter In the grove by mowing weeds I
cover-crop Ina citrus grove. It U,;rainy season. By taking advantage i i'I matter that can be produced In a and grasses on vacant Iota, truck,
a kind of extra crop crown In'''I of the surplus of1 wale, these I cover-crop rather than finding:)'crop patches and elsewhere and '
among the citrus trees and may i leachable elementa are converted' some particular crop that can be'I hauling this material into the', "The Silver
consist of any of the native grasses'I Into a very desirable organic form grown by planting it In a well pre- grove A great deal of valuable
or weeds or It may be a planted i i by the growth of the eover-orop. pared soil. It should ever be kept:| i Streak"'
crop such aa cro Jarfa. beggar- ,1 This Is returned to the soil and''td In mind that the supply of organic .
eed. cowpeas or any other crop'!: the trees when the cover-crop matter in our citrus grove is entirely I' FIRE.Fr with
mmonly planted. I mention this I material decomposes Id additionto too low. To keep up this CIIAS. STARRETTThe
because a few grower overlook returning to the soil the plant supply is the dominant problem In ..',1t' Romance of Stream-lined
the tact that native cover-crop I![food element utHtsed growing citrus fruit production. When wo'' ", < Railroading
that coma'spontaneously are not' the cover-crop' the organic mat- look at fruit production from .e !
IO,UT th*'Kind of cover-erop to I ter act as a balance wheel in the 'I purely practical standpoint .it '
v tech we refri and little or i I soil by making more available the I seems that the fertility of our soils! "J SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY
m"k I' .
no value. This. I la a ; Quite i various plant food elements in the I I is nS,7 largely by the .: ". EDWARD ARNOLD :
i few growers have been guilty soil and applied in fertilizers by Increasing i amount of ; matter that decomposes r 4u..Y'
"f plowing up luxuriant growth the advent power of the as
,>f grasses and weeds and planting' soil water by tW'httmic' acids produced I There are a good many questions ; "DIAMOND JIM"IN I
,oink not well through the ,'\ LOSSALWAYS
crop very adapted,I Jecomposif I' arising aa to the proper methods :
On sum total of which resulted in of the vegWWW4n' [eriaJ. ,I of handling the rover< crop. In the THB STORY OF THE
the production of less organic Still a nouwr' very important I first place It teems desirable to WORLD'S BEST SPENDER k kRorrince.
; ter by the end of the season mat'j function oti a m .:. .over-cran is allow any crop to grow until It has :11I I .
: PAID Comedy and Dramsall
would have been produced that of and the reached the of I
ahadpiqba.soil '''-' stage maximum rolled
bile the true life
I story '
natural been left 'i
crop to '
grown by keeping gown Jtt temperature production that point It maybe of the flnl .
might be well to again call atUiitl I during the hot season It has been desirable to mow the crop and I i I great playboy.Extra .
<'n to some of the functions of found that the temperature of the I thereby permit a heavier second Insurance policies may took
y a cover crop In a citrus grove We tint inch or two of the unshaded j crop to grow. Especially la this alike. The true teat cornea !! I
might mention first the production I soils In our citrus groves has run true where the natural cover-crop when they must perform what I on the same '"
of organic matter. We cannot grow as high as 135 degree Fahrenheit. la allowed to grow early in the I they promise. "MARCH OF TIME"GUARANTEED
citrus fruit successfully without an I lit la known that tree root cannot season. In the case of a crop of tI
1 ample supply of organic matter in I function in a soil whose tern Natal grass it is very desirable to I There U never anr the soil This function of a cover-i''perature la above (8 The temperature let the seed mature before it Is I linen t U the polieie are I ,
1 crop suggests that the first thing of the soil can be reduced 7; mowed to insure a continuoussupply Issued by sound, old line '
to oonsKfcir in planting the crop la'', to IS degree by shading it with i of seed. Also In"the case stock Insurance comapa -. | I' t t'USED'
r to grow the crop that will produce -la cover-crop or light mulching: of crotalarla It 1s very desirableto ,
the greatest amount of vegetable -I of vegetable matter. Some ob to mow the striata when the pumpkin -' U aemiraJ thimngh tM, year k
sootier per acre and at the I flame have been raised to having 1 1I. bugs make their'appearance' insaaa.ne paoeetiao always CABS
same time fit into tile grow man.j 11 ia grass cover-crop in competition I II on It In great numbers. Mowing: placed III Such VrSR i "/"
element program j with the roots of the citrus tree.! the crop while the bugs arc young )
time when we laid p.r'j: ]I This la really am advantage during! will destroy the bugs and thereby: .at the fewest possible ::1
on the growing of a legume cov-i I 1 It I the hottest days of the rainy sea- protect the fruit. It th.tIm,: V. Maxwell SmithINSURANCE !
t er-crop because by so doing free I I I son, because where the son Is! la done the latter part of July or I II prices. See us for terms 1
nitrogen could be fixed in the soil;:. kept clean the small root of the In August the crop will sprout out I ,
and thereby reduce the nitrogencost citrus tree develop very near the I and 'continue to grow and ana?' FUtaVJilTO.: STORM .AJ>P; LIFE
Lawrence Bros.
In ferUUxtng, the main crop.' surface on cloudy or rainy day make a late crop of seed. In cases PhoM Mt-H
But in view.f the fact that nl tree I'I : xOctiM la Vt&arr Arcade I
When this 1* followed by a few! where the crotaboria, .to only a.few r.
gen la veer dp at the '
peesttime 1 hot dry day these roots are killed:
we lind' It desirable to lay 0<<. On the other hand where a.I
stress upon ''the growing of cropsSec 'I crop of grass Is growing, citrus i
primarily the supply of organic roots cannot compete successfully I II I
matter. Some objection Is with the grass root In the surface
raised to the growing of a cover, I Inch or two, therefore they are I'I II '

.crop growth that because produce It coarse la somewhat woody j'Injured I I 'i The Fertilizer That

difficult fay handle such material point In favor of a
In the ove. There obI I I
g Is no real grove cover-crop, especially the
JectlonTot such material. In fact I natural cover-crop of a mixture
F In the cue ot a light crop such,, of grasses and weeds Is in the advantages 1
material win last longer and give derived from the relationship 1
a more continuous supply of decaying '' of growing plants. Itt I MOLDS
organic matter throughouthe Is noted In the forest that certain
season until a new crop can tree thrive better when growing
be produced. It has been noted among tree of another kind. For
for Instance that a crop of cowpeas example. it 1* noted that oaks and
disked Into the soil U very pines often seem to do better when
When Put in the Soil
largely decomposed by midwinter. growing aa a mixture in a forest '
Whereas a crop of grass, large rather than when grown aeparateI -
weeds or crotalarla may last we I I lye The same thing has been noted
Into the summer. It should be In relation to tome1 of the natural

:y., Redland Brand Fertilizers contain materials that 1

Kilgore's Tested SeedWhen i the plant needs. The materials that go in our mixtures 1

i carry all of the 21 elements necessary for normal plant


you think of buying your seed, think of :i growth plus the bacteria necessary to make the plant

THE KILGORE SEED CO. All of'our'seeds are : food available. Notice the crops where Redland Brand

tested for germination and triteness to type '
; Fertilizers used.
before we offer them to the grower.. are

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Friday November 29 1935 'THE:.LEADER. ENTERPRISE Three,
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l Boston'U'Plays MiamiIrurricanes Plan Base Planting thati th'house e_... seen to raton
Highest Auto Tax Is Paid in Florida r
I the earth and not one "ahl"llbpi
II' Lowest in District of Columbia II I Tonight To Suit Style of House }ow".

I I The formality or Informality of
There\ a definite relationship I the house will determine the
Miami, Nov M-Th Universityof I I type
Jacksonville Nov. tt-Motor vehicle under control." said Mr. Hector. I I between the design and materialsof (tf planting. A rambling informal
operators In the United Miami which ha annually played .1 a house and the type of planting -
"For Instance we are making a eolb>c'* should not be surroundedwith
States paid taxes of $45.41 per ve- special complete dust,, for lima I an eastern football team in an utilised for the base plan"",. I stiff, formal shrubs. Informal -
hicle on a national average last beana a special' dust to control I intersectional fame In Miami this I This fact is often overlooked, anda I groups of light-textured plants,
year, a study of automotive taxation celery teaf-tyers and leaf spot, year offers Boston University as itsopponent house which might be pleasing I low enough not to dwarf the mass
by states Just completed by special dusts for airplane applications This Is scheduled I In proper surroundings may appear of the house and varied In pattern,
I I fame :
the American Pertoleum Industries and other compounds formulated stkward and Ill-fitted to can be arranged to enhance the
tot Friday Nov. 29, In Miami,
Committee reveals. its site
for us by the Chlpman stadium I II attractive simplicity of this type
The highest automotive taxes Chemical Company to fit Florida I Of course, the house should be of house.
sire paid In Florida when each 1 conditions." Starting slowly under the double planned in the beginning to fit a", After the appropriate shrubberyhas
vehicle registered la the date paid I All these dust* are a combination handicap of having to learn a new particular sit. and appear to setoemfortably been planted, tt must be properly
an average tf<< $JJJ'; Motorists of such widely. used InseeU system of play and with the squad I I on Its land. It should controlled. Often If It Is not
in the District of Columbia where cides and fungicides ss rotenone riddled by injuries. Hurricaneslost be related to the natural contours pruned or thinned out yearly tt
-' automotive taxes are cheapest of pjrrethnim lead arsenate, calcium three of their first four antes of the. property. Assuming that loses all the advantages of the original
anywhere in the United States,' arsenate and sulphur with Copper- by narrow martins. Then the I I it has been properly located the enema.
paid slightly less than $27 each.In Hydro 4V, a new form of copper team scored: a 3-0 win over Wake ':most important aspect of the landscaping The color and texture of the exterior
Forest the best Individual performance problem lies In the choice finish and the amount and
announcing results of its which U said to be the most important -
study the committee pointed out topper fungicide to be developed of. any Florida college I of appropriate planting about the delicacy of the ornament of a
that property taxes paid on motor since tM introduction of eleven this fall base of the house. The height MIMe must be related to the plant
vehicles! were- not Included. The Bordeaux mixture Cutauin defeat. the Hurricanes texture, and density el this plant. ing. The shrubbery at the foundation
date used in making the computations .have played last Interesting foot Ing must be designed as an integrsl should never compete with the
'were the official figures released ball and now they have shown part of the complete pictureof Importance tf the boss Itself, but
by the U S. Bureau of Hints to HousewivesShelves an ability to. bold their own Inmost the structure. If the shrubbery should maintain a properly studied -
Public Roads, which gave the any company. Is too thick and forms a continuous relationship
number of vehicles registered during Boston U Has the best team In its mass around the foundation the Many otherwise well-designed
in*. as 24.033,403 the state Over Sink history and has played; brilliantly building itself will lost it relationship houses cannot be fully appreciated
gasoline tax collections as $!165.- When modernizing the kitchen all fall The northerners were unbeaten to the ground. Sufficient because they are not appropriately
I. 027,000, the federal gasoline and add two or three shelves over the until strong Rutgers eleven open space should be left in order landscaped
oil taxes collected as $194,947,000 sink. These may be open.or enclosed noted them out by a single
license fees as $304,028,000 and and will be a convenient touchdown two weeks ago.
; federal automotive excise taxes,I,location for soaps, scrubbing The attractive Intersections battle Green: Lanfcn n Restaurant
exclusive of those on gasoline and ,brushes, and other materials need- I* the only night engagementon ADJOINING Ito TEL REDLAND
Oil, as $87,384.802. ed near the sink. These shelves the Football Festival program: Steak or Chic!ken Dinner 7Se!
The heaviest levies on motoristswere I may be painted a bright color at Miami. The other two games
Regular Dinner HeAD Vegetable le
found to be in the form of which contrasts with the malnj I are scheduled for Thursday and
Kinds of Home-made Sandwiches
gasoline taxes, which amounted to I color in the room. Saturday afternoons.. :
t $30.48 per vehicle. Of this sum I --- -- _--._- --- -_- _-_ ---- -. --. -_.-- _.. ..-
--- -- -- --- --- -- -
I $2266 was paid in state gasoline
taxes and $7.82 In federal gasoline I
., and oil I taxes: In Florida total fed
eral and state gasoline taxes'
amounted to $58 51 per vehic:1e.I I
License fees including registrations OJldlG illCELEORA
k drivers' licenses, etc total I
a led $12.23 per car while $2 70 was
paid to the federal governmentIn
automotive excise taxes exclu-
.aive of those on gasoline and oil '
These excise taxes are paid principally ': TING OUR APPOINTMENT AS EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS FOR
on new automobiles and
trucks, but foe simplicity the total I ; :'i :" "
Vas :'diiMett '
amount among all

"can btnfid.otlC', old and" .new.R-,.-the.-committee..., -, THE CJLJMEHA.1TIREO

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New Dust Mixing

1 Plant In Operation After careful consideration we have staked our business

i A, modem dud mixing plant for future.with The General Tire. We're proud to have this franchise W

the manufacture of special dust for America's Tire. week
for fruit and vegetable growers Quality During opening we ..--
has just been installed by the want to get as many people as possible riding on low pressure
Supply Company at Miami,
according to an. announcementby Generals. Generals have always cost the least to use. Duringthis

Harry Hector, president Sale they are bargains. in safety and mileage no shrewd
"Tht production of quality produce
for northern markets is buyer can afford to overlook.
a highly specialized business which

requires the development of ipedsl Get Extra and Comfort ? tno
chemical compounds to keep the Safely c
destructive Insects and diseases

\ Edward Stiling

Real Estate .O To introduce ourselves as General Tire Distributors\ ,-to prove the 'J

r General Insurance extra value and unequalled safety of the Blowout-Proof Tiregghjj.;.,tam

FLORID CITY. FUt.C week we are cutting profit margins to the bone. Come today-bring
r. Palm An. and Ave 8
your caMe will take but a minute to get our quotation.



loury PwMkrL1NEB time treie II
Filth iN8i'RA.VCL'! &!tit n Q, its

II N. a sagas .-. Nothing Else

Like It

CITY DRAY Jumboswkbtbeso.calbd DoaotconnueCeearalliuaboa

HERMAN WATTS. Frofv tk, doushnut'type enlarged .t
Havling ef any kind at any y ."uebw an....-
time. Safe delivery ,uran. Ic.Uy difhreat-b"llt
wider at die tia did al
leadPHONE the tread--obey bold dM h
car steady all speeds >
shimmy, wobble. or
sasaiBesissisasaaeaa s *assssiisaissaMM>e s>SBai aieBei iMI't&tit DO
sidenrsy- od they snaraiiir.

More Power, More Room, couttft.Tie 1.0"', .Jumbos foal year
car along ca 11 to I f Ibs.of .
More Speed, More Safety t sli-,rreo e the safest tine
meant value tW era be Mk ,
late a tire U-H_ MUMfV-ntra
l. sir to blow out-too
In the that makes die tire tedl IsM k.ektubberto.kaleer
tinges and extra safety that makes yen me
And they auks any car
longer, too. Equip our car now
"A Thousand Dollars
1936 PLYMOUTH with Blowout-Proof Gunmen"tkm Une "
thai ate built for Iliuua ........*." CrtJit Terser Smarter

See it today at

Lawrence Bros. Brake & Electric Service Co.N. .

I N. E. Flagler Ave. and First St.


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Pace Four THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, November 29935. ;;

THE LEADERENTERPRISEPublished The AftermathBy with edge the the car overturned nmningboard.the whereIt (harp l ]

I Fridays at Homestead 1 :the rear fender resting on THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER--I

f1a., by the South Dade A. J. Bracken his heed Why do they always I BT MEL L. L. IIOW, UBRA1UA9LixnAiT
Publishing Co. In the Reader' I*gent have their heads mashed up so* r
s the of .n n ____ __ __ _
Two o'clock in the morning k I wonder'U this Isn't hope un n nn n r
BEN ARCHER Editor that the phone* There li goes very embalmer when he reeeivuan novuMfer 1 pert of Hentzau," which wa writ
again I grope my way sleepilyto auto accident call: "I hope the .........,. "'.. ",.-.. S-4 p mrxdtti 'I ten in answer to a general demandof I
Entered a* second class aaall It. Hello yes I understand head it all right' They usually Te easstey t aWe --IS: i S--i!;!S' 1' the public. If you like plenty

.taller Mart .. Hit at the port a wrack: on the highway' two are not. of action these are your books.
ffirt at lIem.*.... Florida aDder miles ***t We'll be right out. Sueft a great big fine fellow In have a book In the Have you noticed w* haft bad
the act ef March I, 1111 What sight! On oar, new the pink of health and prime of such a good book. It I lIbra17-I' two willing worker to help In the
one, w.a tangled I heap t scrap life. And his poor young wit. taken out and I wonder why? It 1 library lately? They are a real
SIR PRICE. '2.0. A BAa off on one aid of the road shattered W* put her to bed when abe I 1 I Is "Twelve Against the Gods" by help-volunteers, both of them
glass everywhere. The arrive and try to make her comfortable William' Bolltho, the story of adventure Mrs Cauzens give one morningand
crowd ha gathered and they have until w* can: finish our i Bolltho says adventure one afternoon each week and
i WAR dug one body out and It ilea a work, so she will never know what I lurks within u* and he paint bit I gradually w* at* emerging from

War U hell, not matter what bloody, grotesque, twisted thing be looked like when w* found him.I of the living adventures of twelve chaos.

The fir within that make It hot! under the pale light of the moon. A babe to come soon who will I.men and women. You know them I Want a little book of poems to
Another lie groaning and mumbling know father an and will enjoy this book.
never a except by yon read to the children? Take "Nep
Muitcn by their devious war, "My back Is broken I tales which are told. Some of these things you already! tune's Pep Tunes" by Florence:
Light the red, destructive blazel! think." W* JIlt him as gently .* Dens Fog know; many you will learn forth Stafford-Barnes and all have a
possible to the ambulance cot and I tint time. Here... \the twelve good laugh toaether.Hera' .
The lunch for school WM the
Talk of Cod and righteousness; hurry to 1M hospital H* die two adventurers; named In the man
back seat the of for a sample: !
case egg
distress hour later calling: for "Edith".
What are they In this ner of which Bolltho writes, and
the grocer' Intact, but the beautiful -
I How did It happen The report why he, himself a great adventurer THE POKCUPTNt
life a schoolgirl was
Talk about the Midler" fame; U they were trying to pall a car forever I omit his own story 1* a mystery The porcupine's a traveler.
Talk about the glory fame; against a too close oncoming car. gone Alexander the Crest heads You meet him In Franee-
What doe it matter W* go back A foggy morning, a narrow the Kit, then Casanova, Christopher Strutting 10 his little brown
Tell ui It li good to die for the dead body and in the operating bridge The sharp, splintered end 'I Columbus Mahomet Lola Porcuplny pint
That a flag may float on high. room under,; the strong of the bridge rail drove throughthe Monte, Cagllostro (and Seraphim In Africa and Asia
light we flndjhat, w* have a lob' windshield and tare away, one I'I[ ), Charles XII of Sweden You see him too;
Ten ui lofty sentiment on hand trying to embalm this side other face. Napoleon I, Lucius Serglui CaUI And In both Americas be bows to
Crow from blood and pestilence poor thing ..,put it back together Poor little brother, who had been I| line, Napoleon III Isadora Duncan 7'oAlways .
a* bet w* taft In an attempt to driving how heartbroken and sorrowful and Woodrow Wilson. Then
Tell ui corpse strewn around relieve the terrible heartache of It was hard to tee, and after you read this book you are bow and answer
Chung the Mil to hallowed those loved one who win hasten how was h* to know that he should ready for "My Shadow a* 1 Pass". When he says--Good Day-
ground to see him. What meal Ragged have pulled to the side of the road Sometime a good book get For he sticks: his quill In people
} bones sticking out through torn and Mopped until the for lifted tucked: away In a corner of a shelfor When he' mad and walks: away.
Tell ui burning homes light coat sleeve, bad crushed to a even though they were late for slip behind other books and And when he' mad h* stamps his
' Straying patriot toward the pulp. Can we make It look like a school? I, lies for months unnoticed. "Th.I feet
right human being and resemble the fine Leo** Gravel Prisoner of Zenda" I Ia a good book, Just Me a naughty child: ;
strong young man that lures only Not much to do this time The!+,I but for some reason It has been Now wouldn you like to see
{ Tell ua then li cause: for cheers: an hour ago* It U just our Job whole thing was on fir when we 1| neglected for a long Urn. Anthony A porcupine wild'
la the woman'l bitter tear and we're getting used to it arrived W* could *e tracks
'V: I t i
r where h* had com the top I
Does It make u* gun-shy of this II Spank
TeU ui starving children: wall fast driving* Well wish ill of the hill and hit the loose grow'Ru-ed I
f Only; when their armies fall. the could el !I Papa: "Bobby If you had a little
speeder : spend a night
would stand bet-
r with us, occasionally In the The warning sign wa* up *. the 'I more spunk you
Tell us how great victories bleu room of the operating highway department had fulfilled -',bones to tell the tale ter in your classes.: Do you know ,
mortuary "
The widow and the fatherless. its duty, but then it lay whir:i How will we prepare these remains what spunk Is? i iI
I Old Barleycorn It had skidded and turned completely for burial? Well, how would I Bobby "Yes, sir Irs the past
Tell us that the men who died Three little kiddies, poor little I around and over. 'A twist- you? tens ef spank"-Pathfinder.i .
Are their country's Joy and pride. tykes the eldest only seven. They
hardly; know what It is all about .
' '.Tell usWhat-- This time it I Ia a young mother returning 13 FLORIDA ...IqtJUJi1$ .. m
yew pleas to tell-* horn, with her husbandand
t The simple truth U children from a happy visit i
' WAR U HXLLI: Kiddies : playing the back nI
seat of th : I
-W. J. Lanpton car. n Grain! a

In United. American Heavy Stuff. sickening twisting and tearing and I I ... I II
it 1 II all over.

THE DANGEROUS TWENTIES Just two drunk in an old car, ,
coming over the top of the hill en I .
facetiously, or otherwise, the the wrong side of the road but '7J/G '. '
expression "the dangerous forties" what slaughter! W* work feverIshly -
has come Into popular usage. But. all night attempting to placea /
U report recently lamed by the new nose and one side of the Irli087A1NS"

International Labor Office at Ge- face on this mangled body which t ITS PQEYUoXe
nev i be seriously studied ''forties 1 ha been the loving mother of a WAFlo I !
should become: _ntlel" Of the these three small helpless children I / "

25 million unemployed person! now in the hospital, two not expected
employed throughout the world It to live. I
is pointed out.six .r seven millions We
secure a recent picture of ,
a fourth are under the age of this mother and
by long hours of
25 The youthful idle In many and'
pitching filling those mutil- i mt
F case'. have" never worked have lated feature and showing the
never had the opportunity tot, body under indirect light we keep
and unless something I* done many from the loved one the horrible .
win become from
Incorrigibly picture: of this mutilation.
discontent born of such Idleness, The Lonely Pedestrian ;
emerges a grave social danger Such a fstik.Vtae found ,Warm

Rotarian Magazine.It hanging on the latch of the
I car door lorn completely: from tg :
was an old old riddle but the locket *T the ibow. The

old Bill Thompson, now retired mangled bod)* lay ,Titled up in ,
had ben so busy making money the ditch nearby
that he hadn't time to listen to I
Just an old.nan walking alongIn !
riddles and, Jokes and to missed II
the dark oK the wrong side of II
a lot of ancient ones like that one, the road car' coming: over the I
about why to a husband like brow of the hill headlights shootIng I
dough to which the answer I* tit Not chance I
up. a. of escaping I I'i .
you re another Old Bill Thompsonand >> ; IL ,
never'beard It) "because his .
wife need him." Old BID thought i Endvraaee vs. Death I '

It would be a great Joke to ask his, Just three happy boy on their I : ', i
wife the riddle. She had always! way across' the country: to Detroit
tried to bon him and her was Constant driving day and right, l"'
chance to get even with her. He with a change: the' wheel every \ r
chuckled when he thought how i i' lour hour, bat endurance bit and tai : sit .
crestfallen "'e'dloolt when he told we pick them up on the aide of the JOHK
her the answer And even U she road when they hav*"'crash** a
had heard the riddle before and I telephone pole and Overturned.
give hmr tile right answer Itwould Not aa easy thing to telephone the

be something of a pleasureto poor father tat thel Coast and ,.
hear her aay. "beemiM, his wife Inform him : body: of hi* @r.
need ....* They were at the nee: boy tie la out mortuary' GOVSONO Cow r1At1424r
and cams of dinner that night A wig that Matches his lair, iw>TH*OKn
when aID thought It a food time to plastic art and drmaurgry restore .N* GOV XAtOX.Q?TABttr TIE
put eve hi*little jok*. Maria", the body to almost nieUce .- ..sUAA(4TG.srA
he salted sweetly, "do you know appearance, but we cannot bring _
why a husband .. like dough i back that youthful senile er happy We fewmer ef thi*' state, will toe axeeptlom ttarckd: 1148, by President Tyler waking FUrId .

i Mara looked at her husband's laugh which he carried whea he of Andrew Jackson, vr bell mere rnibU a state..
cheerful face qululca117."Sura I left home Then are only memorie .
position er was mose .stss ; than Joke
hard abe _pped. 'Because 11'. so to his loved one. breach, seventh governor of Florida Raving The string,Water Turkey, also known u

C to get off your hands."-United Dangerous Centers been state **nator. governor and twice elected U. Sulks-bird and Anhinga, la nor at home la .th*

American: Heavy Stuff. W* native all knew that was S. Senator Irate North Carolina b*, later became water than,out *f It. It dives for It* prey, usually

a mean comer, properly marked I secretary ef the U. L Navy and after having small Ash, with inch amasinf ease and incredible
Increment or growth of forest with tun sign, but such: a sharp
served a* gvmr ef U* territory *f Florida, en- Swiftness Oat escape I* qaita ..........ble. Its .'
tree In the South totals U billion turn. To take It at more than to
been seek to long and snakelike It black feet are com I
the distinction *
Joyed tl baring n governor ,
cubic fret per year This I* (4 percent mile was unsafe He must have
of the total annual forest Increment been going M at least No on* .f two statMl It vase dmrinr the ndmlnistrstiea pletely webbed and when spread In tight! Its bang

In the United States, saw It happen. They found him of Governor Jirsaetr Oat, th*. bill, was. stand, taO greatly r*** abl**.aa coq ln. Ad
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November 29,1935. THE_LEADER ENTERPRISE Pure Fin

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Ford V.8 Streamlining Steps Ahead II! T* AN shippers of rtorite citrus Betts

In and Around i 0..__,
'R -add cooperative ammo ot
Fiona tppMio w won oktppor who r
working on.oi>liiBMii oir to impnx
tmdillwio true Rraiport to *MPP'rt and
UN. en active ptl In mo demlornl.at
Homestead of IMLrI .I ark.Wy Aer.dtent he
PInridet IIt'lII frill.
The. .......'- N the grower. II .
...,1..... kran.uae "..._t. ...
.most end 1<1..1..... wo know that
--- -- i lolly ttMrara favor IIIh M
Don Ferreyra, Homestead attorney Mra J. R. Rutland and Mr. and I IMn. A ,imMUt. kMIM foot as Agreement
h ) mil II UM ordrrlT JIM.rihullo
I hat been critically ill In a 1. L. Burton Wedneaday t Sf7 ,6t ( shelf In I! 0<111.11_ the flow It
Miami hospital fine Wednesday I I for a three-day fishing trip on the vti Mpmrato to _".1. tmont,.too.1_
v wI Lug art key markets and otlnitllooook an
r night II| Burton boat. : demand from Interim "' .,,_
i I I I.I.I Ta mutt imnn Uw ranulifl .......
bio under a PmMN ItortMJH Am*.
. Harold Mowry, assistant. direct- 'i Mra. Ceo Morton who under- Kvx>t BIMM U.. *'N..._ between e

: tor of the Florida Agricultural Ex- went a major operation atbe I tiI MUNMDIO a", ,k .,.profit t Md MO la boBknifiM onatlllMOlOMO..
t periment Station at Gainesville Kendall hospital was brought w. believe, IIM that o*.
and Dr. Geo. L. Ruehle, assistant back to Homestead Friday and I* NT Ih. obtBpor induouy who. MBU.her as to YmMrnwt M* the frail in
+ pathologist of the Citrus Experiment now convalescing at her home on eoN" M prteoo vhlch mill a... Uio imr-
visited N. W. Third street OF a......... The vrttor. I. her M wift .
Station at Lake Alfred .
p I raies, i4F *>iMri M nit marketing M run.Km .
the Subtropical Experiment oitruo trull has agree _. .nUUM ,-
_....... ..
but a b oHn wae.rned,
Monda'and Tuesday eldln left
Station here Lloyd ,* kg was M.Wta. from low Prhea. loth owe-
broken Nov 21 while h* was helping and ohlppwo Ise, money whelk
Mrs. Stacy Hawkins who under- to erect a flagpole on the Wei- 1 1I runfemnm trees Ira tow. and_bOll nuutoto_ oainMUMi MiMniMo
went an operation at University bon place In Redland. He was taken tunuoo and .....10. oamponM arc
to the Post Gradual hospital want to M peens that asses o profit
I Nov.
hospital in Coral Gables on
t.: Ill tense and will UM grater eI.
II was brought home Tuesday. I Immediately after the accident and ,-1 a la push sales at nwid..ttnis
Is still there. fruit whom dutrlbinlMi end "hlpm ntoH
an vesWated and buyers are proenw4
"<" a flood et IIIphMI sAip-
Mr. and Mrs T. Wayne Cooper -
former residents of Homestead I Mr and Mrs. Fred Skiner arc F Sfi hn *iw A>u"rMloral kUriMtlns AtmrniiM M
who now live in Sarasota, spent I announcing the birth of a nine- (* "1. pnctlaU mew of trg UI.U".
i dtutn for mo wmiu 4 the
Sunday afternoon and part of I pound son, Richard Bart born "... end thlppon Wo how tried
Monday here with Mrs Cooper ; Nov. 22 In the Poet Graduate ho .FN' agreement and (kl '"I P4-
ml t"'III' Aetaeolrnt. M t olh..r
parents Mr. and Mrs H. A. Cam- i pita!,, I I noes been euraaful, when p._
eron, after they had visited. Mr. A 1 awned. few U" best Inirretlof .
I the Industry Most at nmembar
Cooper's father, W. C. Cooper, who Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ovorstret 1'.. tar' demand and Increased erw t a b.I .
la seriously ill at his home In Miami and family of Bedford Va.. have toot resulted Imes aM ..p.etlelkOf
I Ilk ;'U.4 Agreement..
returned to Princeton for the
sea : A rxloral UonutlD; AHMMnt Mbo
pre Mr. Overstreet will operate THE IMPROVED streamlining of the front end of the Ford V-8 for developed kr the oHruo lndu>.rlimwrx .

Mr. and Mrs. S. L. McClanahanplan a canning factory.Dr. 113* U well Illustrated bythU camera hot. Not the lion set Into the be rommiMM sod hlMwnt...1.rn4 nr and MM oprnudI ln.....
Green I fonder apron behind a chromium grill and the way the graceful contour try It don not ....... IPfdmil dwjtorahlp. .
to return to Bowling I of the fender U carried to the edge of the new radiator fjille. A I The Industry Mt. vp IK own
Flagon Monday Mr McClanahan and JUrs D. L. Shacktoford rules Md ntutailOBi Which are otwrk
.. behind the The I
of the hood lOll., it caught headlamp.
new .
la recuperating from as operation of West Palm Beach spent Wednesday glimpse 4 kv as .....> of to Federal CI.t-
V-8 Insignia on the prow of the tar li of new dealgn. .rnm performed in Miami recently and Thursday with 1 I i ....m... tnriudln tko _.... ihlftoon,
I I Shackleford'i brother-In-taw MI'I.I l lsister. wiwlM > led moll Need. ud the_
apnea The Ind..ti- makes Ito own rMntrtima
Frank Brings of Tarrytown, N Mi and lira. W. X. Rbney Chandler Is SpeakerAt E, H. Oallaher had Carl Wagner! ,! .ben we approved by ace

Y.has returned to his winter home I IhuMn. I Oeorgo Allen, Joseph Oauien. A. ,I i t....ran" of w Agriculture Airlmltiink then sod takes oho wiorInk Co.
on Farm Life road for the season. I Noah Crip of Yetttr road Lions Club Meeting C. Easton and W M. Brodl al the nf .Mirnnln the rwuliMkiBoh
t. I taken to a Miami hospital I I IILL. participant I I I .. tilt Indiavr adapts for u* ril4

for treatment ef Infection Chandler of Oou'da described II ereWe 110.-....
Mr. and Mra W. F Thayer are an I I ewer alepep wawM
I to lie a _....., nee, I" a _
expected -to 1It1'tw today at their B one of her toea. China and Japan, .* be TOO LATE TO I serene ,..d,...,,. Bone .t us went to asis
winter home in Winnecummet ,(I and Mix Chandler saw It ..,n a I II tile POW ISO M .....I_-the VwWo
tl'tpillt rammer, to the Loons Club CLASSIFYSMALL fruit at POISON sMeh d. wen bell big*
Garden in Redland.. Miss AnI\a 1Uowa1 of M1am1an41 I ho nM of prnductlnn All of in who
Henry Prldgen of i of the Itedland District Tuesday 1 1I I MTV ewe lmt.rew a Ike iMuotiyfruit era
I I" ,.. a/er& tool to m.rhn CA"a
night, '
fad: Mrs.i: B. Sommers and who attending the ?- r j HOUSE and lot In NaranJa on M .n pndw the ktohoM pno-
Miami apeA&&IIe jye (TH IJotM quartet/compowed of !I olklo not. roOnw Wt. thorofwo.n ask
Mr. and Mrs. Bevo Webb left JackaonVUIe'j! P O. Box 2520. Miami Fla I 'n pots with 'no end .lik ether
Wednesday for Immokalee where Lee H. Lehman home. : K. Bernard and T. It. Salvo, made I (nS9d3)FOR '''_.N In ............| end 01'ppr, ins
they Will spend the week-end: hunt- -:.- 1U first appearance *t this week .I I a !>_I Mr'*tlni A..............,. .In ....

tog. :, Mn lime Atkinson, of Miami I meeting and sang three numbers |I SALE--Single bed In food I f"-d i : :::;
sister of Mn E. J. DyaC II seriously accompanied on the piano by Mr*. I condition Telephone 80. (n3i) !I, we ow deee"dent here Irnrr.waselr move u"
Talbott Mrt Tom Torbert Vert
111 In a Miami hospluL Mrs aaag i -
a DITmifo 11 P
E. J and Dock Rawls and
Dyal Atkinson spent tome time in two selections and Frank Biltelu MODEL A half ton panel truck : \.P'r rt rd (1'no.1 II. -or.Tiler.rna .
Mack Chandler of Goulds are ex- I Homestead schoolboy, two e nnwrmlftvg
Homestead last summer when lofTSI Burrlohtcr Brae South Allap.ittnh -
pected to return Sunday from GIRMIC101 Sir F111111Brd \
Dyal was convalescing from an ac rdian solos Garden.. 3 mile'rst or. ,
'two-week hunting trip 1uarere .eland.. r1IlaI
I operation. The lurs contest, con urt"d 1 In Goul dill, (pn2J! .
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Mr*. C. O Wheat of Coral
Gables la spending the week with I

her sister, Mrs. E. J. Dyal.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webb, Mr j I

and: Mrs. D. E. Moomaw, Mr antGeneral


P r the Super-Safety Brakes of the 1936 Ford V-8


'J10 other car la America hat the same

J. ba.kdeslgaastbsFord V.a.Bscsreof

this design the Ford could ate **,

I type ot braking system now ia common

... (Diagram ft bit Sherry fII ,)

trkn the whole field to choose from.

Feed stands by mtctic.llj-.t" *beds

-f./gty InAtt M safest surest, and

Public Utilities caoet positive for the Foes y...

This is the type braking system used

Rome"e d Pbone ...-.. 1 eta many of America's costliest carl aDd

r mess tad l can. Because of unique

CBMaU tUsJgo_Ford can use k to oWWiflttt
Milk FedFryersFRESH" than any other car built today. '

All In all, aa aafar brakes aM made I
EGGS dhM y'm get with the 19)6 ford VCHM -*.

,1 tots PWAW.iSeT .-saga s ssswsA IIAIIIoeOM k today-aad see for rotjneU.AUTHOtlZID .

Sirs O W MeBwesjIt M. I Radiusaa.. M *M** the rest Vow .....-.... (*] ad ...g. I FORD DIAlllt i
X. Itttt
1 sale Utc a palls .( (laeit am*. Moped.*... .*she pusses*. ,
I law soft sad Tevojue-l.it) [a]' your foot MI the pedal watfc the toot .

1 O, taps be.dag *. this ewe bit brake-dram esi the wheel IuSe.

I The state that the tnmt Tai de this reddaebe amp.be VOW 14,
LAWRENCEInvites and rear asta*f a Ford tar.*ale stellar .. M4 es........ .....
way eqtri-dietut-la SMrfectalllBBBeojt s..sraiHr that w ex Food teaks. : '.

Os this permaacnt has to depend oa the other tkvs. '

; You to wheelbase any brakln 1JfthIIure of one-prattfcaPy ...... /6r 1. ,
to common DM could be need.Only .would still leave. you three .J

Drive the1936PLYMOUTHS with this Ford-type wheelbase,can porf atfygesadng brakea.Tear .
axcrnnlrsl, 8ipr>8fty trakea oat this chart.. duck at MID slat It a a osmof.

be ad to the fullest advantage. with the car you ate driving stow. $51 0 M bwttr.r.theee..v- ":ertaAm

almoo IaNwrle
a CIoMI c

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1 tFriday

Six ____THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday. November 29. -935.CHEWING .

1 3 M. E. Churches Will i I Experiments Prove chicks from the older birds was When he em to put the shot -won '
I \ GUM I IS I 4 per cent tea than that of chicks ..*tn he found, to his amas*. t'
| Meet Together Sunday Chickens Inherit I from the puDeta. meat that his wife had made a .'

! MADE FROM I SAP j I I Disease Tendency i buttonhole big enough to Ut tilt
I! Next Sunday, Dec. I. will be an 1 11 SCHOOLS CLOSE lid.- Tit-Bits.

will be an Important day at SilverPalm w...... .... M (FNa)-Tntrtaan -
the Gainesville Nov. 18- Lapertterent. -
Hetbodtot Church when
Harder County rural schoolsdnsMl
j record quarWto conference Brme which Indicate defktft earrdetton WHEN ITS AN
i this week for lark of fund
Silver ....... PerrtaePrweston 111III I' between breeding and susetptlblUty !
and official expressed the belief'that
Methodist church win of chicken to.fowl paralysis
Hardee's entire school .,.,.
1000.000 Pounds a Year in I be.held ...... Dr. c. K. Viler eeej, and leukemia were recently would be closed by Feb 1,
U. S. Brings Income of 1 aiding eMer will deliver the ssr- t : completed by Dr. M. W. Emmet.Mate torn mean of financing could .1
I mon at 11 o'clock and quarterly aUpertment Station veter-
$1,000,000 a WeekI found. The thirteen schools clotted
I conferee will be held afterbring IIIaItNa.I .
this week Included ten white I
IuIIdL I Observations on fleU-.sse* of and three colored. o s
of MM muttons of Americans
I -
Famines will their basket, fowl paralysis led the experiment
who daily wag their Mews Md and spread 0w lunch ate ""'-1 station worker to believe that Helpmate

import the couatry-s '30.000,080rhrA'ln. table at noon. The women of breeding was a factor In the susceptibility A newly married couple had Juit .
gum Industry know anything I of chickens to these
of the chunk will provide drinks. left their parent and had gone
sours of that wad
which formi a cushion for prane-I, Members and friend are urged diseases; hence the experiment Into a horn of their own. A few

ing molar probably many of i I to participate In the aettvttie of from 12 different hatcheries weeks afterward the husband lost
those who do haw any Ideal on the day. six state*. Dr. Emmel obtained 100 a button off his shirt, and asked
chicks or 2S from each hatchery, his wife to
the i sew one on. I
subject believe that they are
for the After being Later he found that had
experiment she not
I and search out tree
chewing swathing mad from the round new '
I, marked, the chicks were mixed sewn on the button. ao he decided Central Service StationG.
hoot of hone or old run or Their talk It made more difficult
I and raised in batter! all being that he would remind
her. He got I
OHM other equally r1d.it'&IuoIIImal ) by the fact that the up of the ,
treated alike. When weeks the lid of W. DRIGGERS Prop.
liven the boot-polish tin, bored I ,
rtaJ. However there If anj: upodiHa tree flow freely only J
I of the entire lot was subjected two hole In it and sewed that
Item lilted among our Import | during the rainy season making age. I on I] PHONE MM. HOMESTEAD. FLA.I .
to uniform doses of fowl paralysis the shirt
which explain the matter quite that their season of work. J and leukemia _....IDtY-. RntM I I n ___ ---
fully. When first establishing their j I
were administered by intravenous
Known ai the chicle and coming rout they limb to the top of each Injection. I
principally from Mexico Guatemala tree and SCOT the full length of
from fowl paralysis I-
and the British Honduras, I the trunk with is aerie of V-ahap- Mortality
and associated conditions In the
this item consists of the pure solidified I ed Incision ",At the bottom they II
best < cent, while
up of the lapodllla tree place a receptacle to catch theID1IkJ' I group wa per there's an ARMOUR formula
I that In the worst group wa 71
which grows wild In those coun juice as jt trickles down the
11'Wh' e this product which tree. Each day they make a circuit per cent I that will "Make Every Acre Do Its

.> hipped In the form of large I of their tree and gather ups I II This experiment was repeated
:rubbery loaves could hardly be all of the lip which solidified with Rhode Island Red chicks, a
;ailed chewing turn at the time of I and turned yellow upon IU contact I total of 200 chick comprising eight Best"f'-f'f'aUNS

IU arrival. It has merely to be refined with the air. At a central station groups being used These chick I arm
cleaned sweetened, flavored 1 I they boil and knead the chicle to I were also obtained from different I
and wrapped become the fin. reduce the moisture content, and hatcnerie There wa a loss of I BROCCOLI A (,/ '
thud product. Arrvlnl.t our then mould It Into loaves la which I 9 per cent In the best group and s CUUGIE Fertlllien for
port in quantities of nearly 1- I I form they sell it at ao much a lion of 14 per cent In the wont I I I CARROTS Crop 4

000,000 pound a year, this raw pound at the end of the season. In From results of there experi citrus and vegetables, .t
product not only provide the material some of the southern countries ments. Dr. Emmel has concluded CAUU'Lown contain a scientific

for which American spend there are large cultivated plantations that breeding play a very Important enuy balance of the email it,
$1.000.000 a week but also turn- of lapodilla trees but aa part In the susceptibility of I CITRUS x *I pUnt food ele- + 1

Woe a livelihood for a email armyof yet thee have not hurt to any. chick to fowl paralysis and leu meats, derived from
workers In the southern coun great extent the market of the kemia. CUCUMBERS
tries. wild chlclero In I material of known 1
two other experiments. Dr. 1M PUNT x
The gatherers of the Juice are Before th* World War the habit Emmel also mad some Interesting value. la addition to ;

railed chkleroe and they do not of chewing gum wa distinctly findings on chick from hens and LnTUC.C: the major plant foods d

fit well into the picture with the American but through the contact pullets and their susceptibility to MUSTARD I needed by your crops ,
efficient planti which handle the of American soldiers with fowl paralysis and leukemia. Two I and l
OUA your 1011,10. ret :
i product after It reaches the United I l those of nearly vary every ether groups of chicks went tistd---one
Stales Plctureeque In dress and nation of Europe the habit was from eggs of four-year-old hens ONIONS j j. generous ratio of. i
i Improvident by nature they scorn spread widely over many of the and the other from alp of svUets. PARSLEY t important minor andRccoidaryplaatfooda. :." .i.e .

new method and srgthlng that' foreign, countries. So far England The chick wen -marked and .
will build for the future. Year U the neat of its greatest foreign<< then mixed and, at seven weeksof PEAS

after year they follow the aamecoune popularity that country Importing age they reee1wcl1ll\llonn.... PD'PUS For your Fall Citrus .
spending their money before several million dollar worth of the of fowl paralysis and leukemia or- .Applications help
they earn It and then enduring I American product each year. ganlsms. This experiment was POTATOES x ",l
the hardships of the Jungle to I Franc and Italy come next In conducted twlc In the tint, mortality -' RADISHES you produce fruit
i pay their debts Because a tree order of their consumption, but of chicks from the old hens that will be neither t'

i tan be tapped no oftener than I In moit other countries the I was 2 per cent tees than that of ROMAINE too large nor too :

onto every four year they are amount consumed I* insignificant j i iTh chicks from the pullets. In the SPINACH mall-to enable the i
forced to move each year into new Pathfinder second experiment, mortality; of '
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Friday. November 29,19S6. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Page Seven

Qf lmUUllKlIDHlIIlIIlIIllIUlIlI1l11l111U i Mrs. Uaab's Sister I pMatwd throughotrt country by'pAjfiRf "

Dies In Wheaton, III iMrtkvlw iteration toany. EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING

Years I' ........ .I
20 Ago Mrs. A. O Raa resolved a toa.- 'Vrg.niaaof the safety HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOP
pram Monday saying that her atstor. mm rank tile causes of ....- .. n.I J uellt\lL"f.: Fns.
Mr* Ida had died way accMeM is tile fallowing orderr -,
mllllllllllnllllllllllltl 111Illl iltllTls = N KIM Assess heM a/a-J
auManly that at her hone .ppIW speed, passing on
nn..ly live.I ... W.. in Wheaton, m. bill failure to aged rerlrhamisi.mr .
... .... w w a.mwb.a I of mechaatan. i
n7.. .......... ..... ... Iers Mrs Macht !saves: .her braised' JugMnt neglect -
Ignacaajcs of law and Mhbornnaae. -
s..a rU..b Oeo. E. Macht, two aona, Robert I ." !
and Earl, five Mn, Mrs Mil ,
Jft!. .. 1915 dred Yentach of Loxl y. Ata, Mlaa'II '
--"An announcement whisk will I Agnes Albrecht and Mrs. Aha
be read with Merest by a WIde Kemp of Whaaton. Mr*. EM Every Girl Should Hive I'
circle of friend is that of the marriage veeter of Chicago and Mrs. 8)1-1 Career Says Author ?it :/;
of Neal HatoMn to Mia Ate j and three brut sea, Edw. and -
Prescott of SUurk the wvddtag Alb eeht of Chicago and
: having occurred on Sunday at the Albrecht of Wheaten. Talisman.,New. W"Cray girt
horn of the bride1 parent tat! should have I carver before she I
w. Stark ." I marries." Mrs. Anna Stea m:1 &tt&t.
ardson American author
,, -"JI" and Mrs.C R. Williams are No Accident in 40,000
rector of the food citizenship bureau
the parent of a son born on Sunday -
Miles Pontiac Record I
I' of the Woman's Home Companion
I1"Mt. declared her on a
-" and Mrs. Joe Burton's old- Atlanta, Nov. M-Member* 0( visit to Florida State College for
,; l cst baby Is quite sick." the TontUc Safety Men la th* Women, tin. Richardson ti on atwoweek
:. ,--Mrs. Cornet is on a visit to her I sons her traveled upwards of visit In Florida where To growsQoda crop It naturally
-iJ\ J son, A. F. Connet" 40,000 mile in October without the plan to peak: before women* Uk.* good Mtyiin. forUUs** "'tM-
|' The McCuUough house, about a single traffic accident of any club In 10 ciUet. ishe* tig>ranfoaat* of 1M right kind
a mo and a half out of town was kind reports.T. Bray, son manager "A career fits a young woman to 01 pUnLrtooa for yew iadiridtul lank
1 discovered to b* on fire Tuesday for the Pontiac Motor Co. understand the problems ot men." or rWyA4 two the kind you gtwa
t; noon. No one wa home at thee This tend to refute the popu Mn. Richardson said She stated >iyo. bay Gulf Brand Gall
tune. Th firs made a clean lar conception that men driving that during the wont days of the *r* know **"rri. dly rrtilt
sweep nothing was saved." company cars, Insured by the depression many women didn't realize t' because dials acUoa U the and la
I -"OwI"00 people assembled at company art leas careful at the what their husbands wets itiadly sad on-toxia. Tested formula*,
4 the Redland auditorium on Satur- wheel than Is the Individual driv going through sad careful blending assure sale, aK
,)iy f- day evening last, to hear a number er-owner Ai for marriage and a career, ion feeding over long period vat
f/ of prominent speaker* and to I I The "Fontlac Safety Men" comprise Mn. Richardson doesnt are why GullFertilisers oa your lam or grove
r listen to the dedicatory RrYIeeI. a new organization. nationwide woman can't have both. ""_ thin ,MI. Tar will alp yon to grow
,< It.... a most memorable ores-I sponsored by the Pontiac work uml drudgery any more" bettor crop*.
,, don, pronounced la short, to bej I Motor Co.. Mr. Bray report, with she added. She also sees no reason 1
',it ;.|*** ot the biggest horticultural thirteen member in the local tone why a married woman should
,- F meetings ever held In the south. organization not teach .> the think such a''
s Plant Commissioner WUmon Newell "Most of these thirteen men woman la better qualified than I sad,%i.a ,Sod.1 W ai..I".A t.,,Fail.T. .
s spoke of the citrus canker traveling under my direction from aver to meet problems of the class
: uation In the state, other 'It-I our Atlanta headquarters drive room.
'Dad County, while Lloyd S. upwards of 1,000 miles In one Health U tilt prime requlaltt for
d ;nry, manager of the Growers month. They Ire almost! constantly a young woman out to attain a
.. t Shippers' League spoke on the I on the go moving from one foal the 70-year-old writer said. .. CM B.r C.W 1111 .. ,..._ ....
work of the association over the dealer to another over a wide territory. Education,she places aeeond "This B. K. PANCOAST Field Representative
fatal* In general All of tilt speaker -I la an ace of specialisation," ah raont MIH on tart AD. rt A.assn. .
paid high tribute to W. J. "la one month their combined;, emphasized, .... We a..e. came" _
a +.- i.Krorne, and on motion at Col .H..S. mileage I* a* great as the ever- I
Chubb of, Princeton a rising .age Individual, who doe not us
I a vote of thanks wa given Mr.!tits car la business, will pile up la CARD) OF THANKSWe
,,0 iKromeln rtcogniWott of his **rice .. four years. wish to express our sincere ,
,q ;,,| In the citrus canker cam- "Our safety members here form thank and appreciation to our
i i; I pai ijn. Mr. atrom wa also prentdiwUhi *-i one unit in a national organization I' many friend and neighbors for
." ._- ;" ..,.."* .anat.'from ownpristae aona- Tb:'SafetyMen 'the kindness shown ua ia the ton Surveys Maps\
.Cbe i wood of a.tree Infested wens organized at 'of our dear husband father and
citrus canker." with f Mich, in September and Pout1ac,1 uncle,Sergeant J W. Smith. Especially -
cr .and Mr Edwin Nelson g.n?*.M" started tllDetIorI do w* thank Mr*. Dolts and A. R. LIVINGSTON
,j. Orb Hainlm of Miami cam down{first of October Mr*. Oohernour for their lovely REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER
e Saturday to visit Mr. Nelson's I IA "The* primary purpose behindIt songs, and each of our friend who ,
'sister, Mrs W. a Halnlin. and ; was to form an organization sent the lovely floral designs. I Registered Land Surveyor
'. 4 Mr. Ne-- 1ia&Mr tin. P. C. ;i iTaoatton iHamlin. through which could be dramatised Mr Ethel Smith and children, I
I II several essential points In highway Ella Mae, Eva and Alice I box tea IIOHEHTEln. la..a.I .
I I safety recognized by anyone Mr L. 0. Ctoninger

'. Jy i|close to the automobile industry .
Brown: "Did you fish with ThoM points are that today can I
; ,Mail?" are safe can, and that they will I
'of I Gray (back from camping holiday -' figure in few accidents if safely I i
{ ): "Fish with them* We fished handled. Our men are capable I
,with them, camped with them ate driven, our can are capable cars, 1936 Auto License Tags
;. with them, and slept with them "- and the organization was formedto I
Toronto Glob find out what could be ..ccomI

f i: I o rrv.arsrots

TO you who on sale

l Haven't Seen in Homestead Dec. 2

the Comparisonwe I

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Buy your tags early and help keep our schools

extend an invitation to try Soilade against open. All auto tag money goes to the state school

what you have been accustomed to ullng.;,Subject I fund.

Ito; all tests wet toil IdrrlOiI.SAlI we

ask is a fair trial.

I Applicants Must Bring Title

Talk II cheap. Resultsjare) what count. ; Certificates With Them

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If yea are skeptical, tfj SOILADE. I '"

If you are interested in "money farming", use i

SOILADE. : American Legion Auto'. "

SOIL3DE, Inc.CARL Title SemeeA '

WARNER RepresentativePhone !
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Legion Bldg. Homestead Fla.
+ 27 Homestead Ha. j'

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Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, November 29: .935

III i I Social Events in South Dade maw I.

I DEMOCRATIC TEAA WITH MRS. E. A. AMES I I vln Campbell, Mr. and Mn. J. B.
r : tiVEIL Democratic tea will be held Mrs. E. A. Ames wa hostess I Pitta and daughter, Marilyn Mr.
at the home of Mrs. Jules Abraham to the Comus Club at her home and Mn. Russell Walker and
Mn. L. L. DIoW.4.lt, jbuiu where monkey live tree to roam 1524 Garcia Ave, CoralG.blal. in Redland on Nov. II. Mrs. E. !daughter. Laurel!, and Mr.Lanior'i
gave an inspirational a.wr.4 at will among the trees. The at S o'clock Monday.It H. Hirer won the high score prize I nieces Bobble Nell and Billie Jean

"What Boob Mean to aft' nt a groups must be accompanied by is hoped that a good representation for women and Lee H. Lehman, Hubey.
the teacher. or 1'00IIftIOtber, she the high score prize for men.
from the Redland District
well attended meeting -* the
said, and notice must be given In will be present laid 104... J. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. W. Sticking to Fact
Homestead JVT. A. Friday even- advance to that not more than one R. Byrum who was asked to tell K. Walton, Mr. and Mn. H. E. "Now you must be very careful
Ing. Mia Jessie Hendenh'ot. high I I, group will come en the name day. local women of the tea. Schaff, Mr. and Mn. J. H. Webster, how you answer,"said the counsel
ichool librarian, talked briefly on I I Monday it the best day, she said, Mrs. and Mn. C. J. Parman, Mr. "and not say anything that I* not
and the late afternoon ceding, and Mrs. H. P. Mr. and
Reading Non-fiction for Pleasure" MBS. C H. PEPPER McDaniel strictly true. You drive a milk
hour, the best time. : Mn. Hiner, Mr. and Mn. Lehman "
and distributed lists of book I GIVES LUNCHEON cart don't you?
i suitable for gifts. Book Jacket Mr S. L. West who directed the: Mn. Merrill and Buckner Beasley. "No, *ir."
: made an effective decoration for opening song number asked that I Mr. C H. Pepper wa hostess "But I thought you did. What
i all who to be in the' to several prominent members of MR. AND MRS. RHENET do "
the front of the itage. are willing you do for a living, then?
the order of the Eastern: Star at
Three number were presented mothenlnger group meet with her ENTERTAIN BRIDGE CLUB "I drive the horse that pull the
I her home In Princeton on Nov. 20.
by Dr. 3. Norbert Mejia. l rmembel' In the auditorium at 3 o'clock on I A color Three table of bridge went in milk cart, dr."-Montreal Star.
scheme of yellow and
Monday Dec. 2, to practice a P. i
of Sou*** band, bandmaster play when the Neighborhood Club
for twenty yean in the T. A.song for the next meeting of Gum green was attractively carried out. met at the home of Mr. and Mr. V AKTBODT HAU
drop corsage were
national service and organizer and the association which will be on favon. W. E. Rheney Tuesday night. Mr.
Instructor of the band of the Rain- Tuesday, D}F- ;t RAat,,, 2:30: o'clock. and Mrs. Bevo Webb won the high Married
bow Division In the World War. The attendance,..ward went to Coven were laid for eight: Mn. core prize and Mn. Lee H. Leh- Left town.
The orchestra: which he hm been Miss RI)'*room in the elementary O. W. Babbitt and Mrs. Wm. Culm man and Carl Deden, the low. Bad I Mr*.
\ instructing without charge, played school and.Misk...Elinor Hayden' of Coconut Grove; Mn. C. C. Ans- Present were: Mr. and Mn. L. told a, t.t....
Anthony's "Salute to Colon"; Miss room In the hfrbrachooLi. ley of Coral Gable; Mr. Mar- B. Sommen. Mr. and Mr. T. J. Been Arrested,
Martha Close played a violin solo Mr. Landon Carney served a* I ty: B. Beer, Mr. Wm. McKenzie Faust Mr and Mrs. Deden Mr.
"Kashmiri Song" by Flndln; and secretary in place of Mn. C. J. and Mn. Frank Strickland of Miami and Mrs. Lehman, Mr. and Mr*. Beta your sues t,
Miss Lois Walker, lilts Virginia Parman who has resigned. I and Mr. and Mn. Pepper. Webb and Mr. and Mrs. Rheney.MR. Left yon a fortune. "

f Doney and Miss Close played Elected new orflcsn, j

Molin.trio, Ro..'* "Sobre Los CHAUCER GUILD CHAPTER About twenty-five memben of AND MRS. LAMER Ut with an aocldmtiOrganised /
with guitar accompaniment III MEETS WITH MaL BOW the Latin classes at Homestead GIVE FAMILY DINNER nawtlufe
Mn. Mejia and Clarence The Sidney Lanier Chapter of High School and the teacher, Miss Mr. and Mn. Alex Lanler gavea
of Ponce de Leon High School.Mn. the Chaucer Build met with Mr* Elfin orHayden, formed n theatre family dinner party at their homein Swiped your cl ck....

ti Mejia played the piano accompaniment I... L. Bow last Sunday afternoon. party Monday night to eee "The Sevilla on Thanksgiving Day. THAT NEWS
of the other num Mary Fen-ell Dickinson and Madeline Last Day of Pompeii". J Cover were laid for: Mr, and Phone tat
f ; Easton each offered A- short
bers.Miss story for discussion and criticism.
EuU Ray's third grade pupils i
health Alibi M. Gross read several poemsand
presented a play,
Building Our Teeth". Sixth Mn. Bow read a poem written -
grade boy and girl from Mn. after a form originated by the
Mary Webb's and Mrs. J. G. late Dr. Charles DeGarmo of Coconut -
} Wynn' rooms, dressed like sailor! Grove and called by him 18 PRIZEwo"se

i, boys in whit bat, shirt and the "circle",
trousers, sang "The Capital Ship". The last Sunday in Decemberthe '
The same group, bareheaded, butwearing group will meet with Mn. e
cowboy neckerchiefs sang JEaston I

"Home on the Range. INITI"AT i
The teeth of all children of NEW MEMBERS .
needy families In the Neva King
Royal Poinciana Grove Initiated:
Cooper School have been in
put two, Mrs. Ruth Godwin and Miss'
first clans condition, and the association i GIqvw'FEN AWAY
Myrtle Counce, on Nov. 21 at a
hopes to continue this
meeting held in the I.O.OF. hall
work in the high school Mn. E. J. I
A drill team of local members assisted
Djal, president, announced. Eighteen -
In the Initiation service.
permits for glasses have been I
Election of officers will take,
issued, she said, two children have
I 9
place at the next meeting which, 9
been talun to Miami for treatment
will be on Dec. 12 at 8 o'clock at
of other fcllments. 418 1 '
garments the borne of Mrs. Alice Walters. 1 PRIZES PRIZES r
bar been given out and tree
Coffee and cake were served by FOR ,
lunches have been provided for FOR
.\ Mn. Thelma Radford and Mrs.
undernourished children. "I"III
Mary Rhode Mn. Florence Pa- GIRLS BOYS i
Homestead stands a good chance cettl presided. I I.
of getting the cup awarded by the Others present were: Mrs. Berate -
i county P.-T. A. council to the association Brady, Mr. Walters, Mr*. / Awarded to girls and boy (t to 1} year old);,

s I with highest-membership Marie Altman, Mn. Sarah Martin, securing largest number of vote In the RexaU Boys'I,
percentage, the said. Mr France Coker, Mrs. Goldie 1 I
Mrs. Jos. DuMond of the Tropi- Wolf, Mn. Blanch Chapman and Girl*' contest I

cal Monkey Jungle on Halnlin Mn. Ada Young, Mn. Neecle

drive announced that she and Mr. Branch, Mr*. Helen Bowden, Mill VOTES cast at Dixie Drug Store only 1
DuMond would, without charge, Louise Faotttl. ,Miss Nelliemae f
f admit school group to the jungle, Martin ,JMU** Mildred Smith, Ar- You get one vote for each penny (Ic) spenton

the only place in the United States thur Brady and E. Z. Thompson. a purchase at the Rexall Store! Moth's ,

'ers, Fathers, Aunts, Uncles or Friends- /

THERMIQUE 'anyone buying at the Rexall Drug Store f I

lean east votes for you. just have them
write your name on a ballot and put it '

Croqulpole a Spiral CtombiaiUotf-$5 a $6 $7 fin the box I


j SCALP MASSAGE FACIAL MASSAGE Here's How Present Contestants Stand

Pat's Beauty Parlor GIRLS Palsy: Smith Steve Robert
Marls WattsJ'neese Jlmrnle Martin'
BtcoM Plow Home Bid*;. Phone U-R
Constance Caanpbellnrrtel
1 Altman Scndcer AspterJackie

Walker I Lemlae Strickland vo ..'" Jenueaey '

Lntoe Deuta,- Betty Gatlia -- -- Sa.. Harris

manias Walker BUUeJeanHolseyVGypele .'"li' .. Ilea.8ll1d. .". .. .
SUria BaneaDerethy '. Itllanda'S.Nfe f
Your.Hair! Howard Bray Walton
., ... ", : ",'" ..... AMtin Cnamben
Kahn BOYS ,: ; Howard Kirby

WE will be pleased to style your Patricia Aaa Deem .. .. ," Carl SmTto J
to your personality with Faye BilliardTseeJe Dkkle'Carney Webster William '
one ef our permanent wave at '
on01' IT. Or, if it 1* only Terberl Bobby Brandenburg Billy Melton
waving facial shampoo, manicureor Marilyn Bering Doaald Neeley Wayne Lawrence

hair trim you will find our Margaret Ballard Lynne Irwin Jlnunle McLendon

price quit reasonable Pleas Tkelma Chlnnen Frank Beraecker Gerald Andrew
phone for an appointment.


Mae Morris Beauty Shopper


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WILD FLOWERS: DISCUSSED day. The flower she displayed, Dancing: Classes Will
AT GARDEN CLUB MEETING I Included air plant, hypocrite or
Mr Ora Ned gave an interesting wild poinsettia so myrtle Harvest,' Reopen on Thursday

r. Social Events I talk on our wild flowers and wild **t",4 partridge pea, wild

showed specimens of those she Indiana, beuoeWa eocoplum, wild The Sw Evelyn" School: of Dancing
talked about, at a meeting of the coffee, bee*, fiddle wood, marl- will reopen its Homestead
South Dade Garden CM at the: berry and Florida holly.Iff deaN on Thursday of next weekin

home of Mew C. P. Jackson Moo- *. D. W. ShetdiM read an Legion hall according to an

. I )3RS. JOS. ELDER TO PRESENT PUPILSIN -_ .. rtteto on tree. announcement mad* this week by
I Mn. R, J. San Evelyn Brown, director Chil
The CalendarNov. Shepherd, the presi
THANKSGIVING RECITAL TONIGHT dren' classes wU be held from Still
I I dent, read an article by Dr. David
3s 3 o'clock and a ball room clanwill
on a new fragrant fruit
The pupil of Mn. Joe Elder 29 Recital of Mn. Jos. be held at 7.
PEt.tI.VE P.-T. A. Elder's !I bearing vine, the tingaro. Mrs
will present a Thanksgiving piano TO MEET TUESDAYThe pupil at Murray home In Ceo. E. Reed gave a group of readings Miss Brown who has had clause

liar *t the J. L. Murray home Perrlne P.-T. A will meet Princeton Dec. at 730. I among' which were "The In Homestead, for the past live
Business meeting ef
Princeton this evening at T.JO Tuesday, Dec. 3, in .the school- Junior Woman' Club of Home- Landing of the Pilgrim and "Be year came first a* an assistant of
Clock. house. Thankful". Prof r. W. KehL Last year she
1I' :The program will consist of the stead.I opened her own School on West
'I At last week' meeting an amusing Refreshment were seared by
I.t I.Ie oUowlnl munben: program was presented by pupils 'I ec.home in tea at Abraham the hostess and her daughter riagler street in Miami and thllye.r
Coral Cable at
"Raindrops "The Waltz, "Brother she I* planning to purchaseDr.
of the lower grade under the I Ills Mary.Twentyono.
.." John" from" "Music Play far sir ctbo of Mr*. Clift..... Many I, Dec Homestead P.-T. 'I were present.MKH. IAh,'. business
I't .,Every De,
Wooden Shoe* children have been supplied with i mothenlnger meeting school at I r. Potter, Mn. Catherine Roller -
!Little. ,Melody clothing and milk, Mrs C. H. ; Jtfclock. Mr*. Writ. Smythe, Mrs. Neff, "rm kicking for my Ideal dog,""
Way". Dasher, welfare chairman reported Dec. Homestead P.-T. A. execuUve Mrs. Reed Mr*. H. C Reed, Mrs. aid the lady in the canine fancier'
Dale Faust ,and a new tint aid kit ha been : committee meeting at 10 Annie Butler Miss Jamie Lobd.ll.Mr ,i shop Tit like one with a cad

fa May" ..___.___.BohmWhat bought The seventh grade won a. m. *. Wm. Bradley, Mrs. J. M.I rather Ilk a collie and I body after
They LOT*" and "A Little the attendance dollar. Mr*. Frank Gay Mrs J. M. Dobbin *. the style of an Iris terrier only
Journey" from "Mualc Play for Walker presided. Dec. S-W. M. S. meeting In Shetzllne, Mrs Shepherd: : *. I with longer hair and aim distinct

:, Every Day" Mr*. Emmett Dorsett, Mn. P. Methodist Church. Wm. Dunlop, Mn. Ja*. McCready, markings. Do yon keep dog like
Betty Joy LeeFairy O. Tyre and I\n.\ M. L. Moore Dee. 4-Supper Club meeting at Mn. Elb.rU: Bute. Mrs. W. H that?"

', Polka" ....._.,......Streabogg erred refreshments.The Bevo Webb home. Well, Mr*. Elbeft M. Froscher, Th dog fancier ahook his head
Carol Virginia LeePwo executive committee gave Dee Reception for the Rev. Mrs. Fred Poock, Mia Jackson [sadly. "No ...'..", be said, "I
Piano Dialogs I mulligan supper for the teacher E. L. Nelson at th* home of Mrs. and Mine Mary Jackson I drown 'em."-Ex.
Betty Joy and Carol Virginia Le and their families Tuesday eveningat a W. Johnston at 2:30.:

[Vesper Chime ..Emii Socetlng the home of Mrs. O. G. Zachry, Dee. S Comus Club meeting at
> Eleanor Murray Those present were: Mr. and Mn. frank Hausman home.

'Water Sprite _.ConcoiM Frank Walker, Mr. and Mn. Geo. Dec. Redland Ladle1 Aid
I'I Valerie Campbell Sims, Mr. and Mn. Gem Koael, Christmas supper and bazaar at Would You Like.
Thanksgiving Recitations Jr., Mr. and Mr*. T. A. Holton tedland Woman' Club building.Dec. ..
Carol Virginia and Joy Lee Mr. and Mrs. Bert Presley, Mr. and 0-Pot luck dinner of Business -
of friend dear fora
photo or a one
a a
Mr and Professional Women'
C. H.
iratxlmothrrt Minuet" __Crleg Dasher Mr. and Mn
Mary France Rutland I Y. Z. Blanton Mr. and Mn. J. H. Club at home of Mr*. L. L Bow at Christmas keepsake?

:,"On the Railroad" and "Lovely Haisltp Mn. E. L. Knight, Mn. C. 8:30.Dec.
Flowen" from "Happy Day in P. Hayes. Mn. A. M. Davis Mn. 6-Episcopal Woman'l

,. Music Land"I Swain Mrs. Curator, Mrs. Geo. Auxiliary covered dish luncheonat
Virginia..Walker I, Thsggard, Mis Eleanor Holferty home of Mr. Edw. Soling at 1 Well Then. .

fCurtoUi Story" ._,.- .. -_. .Heller Mir Mildred Slngletary' Mill Antoinette p. m.
,Edwina Close I! Lawrence Mill Ma Dec. Garden Club meeting you know that some one would be
rider the WillowBertlnl Thaggard. Miss Bertha Strickland, with Mrs Liberia Bui.

Prelude .._____-,_.Chopin i Grover Kester Mr. Gibson,Marcus Dec. Homestead P.-T. A. pleased to have one of you.
Mary Franc* Arthur Reid, Lester Bell, Jas. Zuckry, Eaton meeting at 2:30 In Neva King

Etude ... _._.._.-..._.... Heller Strickland France Walker Cooper School.
*Cor* latlon.Mendelaaohn'ho.t France Knight Crier Sims, Mil- Dec. 10-Pot luck luncheon

I Mary Grace English dred,.Maud and Zata Hayes, Evelyn meeting of member of Ministerial -
__..,Mendelssohn and Kenneth Davis, Ann Hol- Association and their wives at "
''Alia Turca" from a-sonata by ton, Ernest and Clarence Presley Coastline home.
I '. Mozart Jack Canton, Martha Dasher Ethel i Dee. 1J-Woodmen'* Circle election I Photographer Jeweler

I Betty Blake and Helen Blantor and Dorothyand I meeting at Walter home at,
I Jimmy Halalip.American gp.m. McCROtrAKCADEENAMELOID

w ,w ?nw ,.,ww ...- i Dec. 12-13 -Redland faculty
play, The Whole Town' Talk-j
4-II CLUB Boy MagazineIs In.."
By t-ta Lln.
I'u E' .-.......-....--- Loaded with'Adventure Deft 14- Junior Woman' Club I
of Homestead charity ball at t

4-H Club met last Tuesday a milk 8 ......"pll.... la TUB: Homestead Country Club. I
[ in the club room. W* I AMERICAN SOY" states GrilTlB OidMSlUt Dec. IT-Meeting of Woman'
''d two because editor, "a round-trip tithes tovarl4lda 8I
.f meetings our adventure irulM."Moat Club of the Redl nd..
school schedule interfered with I boys ...act afford Ik. IMOTTel I
'Lour! meeting time. Inral but thus aa. afford M settle down
j MUr a reading .... end era as taseInMto t I i
f Suggestion for raising councildues I trip to foreign ...... I* Amman)
were discussed It was de-lifeldcd Boy Norf.American..." The Sara Evelyn i
Dor stories, during eke sas
that next Thursday during lag rear, will talw nwtm to the School of Dancing I
wthe noon hour I candy sale would smile of the Sooth .M> In 8 tradingatkoalwr
to the polar wastes behind e
Pb* held. Th girl will make the, sire team Into the Canadian wlldVrnaaa YOU CANT BUY BETTER
'eandy. with th. Mounted Polk* throne the Caria. j
beam with the U a. Navy yea to the I announcesthe WHY PAY MORE
Nora Aker gave I report of i I..-...., planet ol Han to a apse ship s<
the council netting that was Irma TUr.ll and fca ehlmpmuM trya sum ol.>Africa mamm with th. reopening; of its

in Miami two week .ago. Fern Captain Carl MM __.. .- .!.
I.. Robertson wa elected ptonr and MtiMtavlrt. I* addition th
:' dent of the county and Nora ...III'itorha'"" bar.--onsebeed about 1.rorit..h.net.n Jim Ttenmr.of..a. Legion Hallon rM Deconetee IaaI
Jaw Da.... ...1_.
twtlva egaes.
I KM appointed garden Aker'j Redecorate 'rfyks, woodwork, walls
III./ -.. .. the *t-* *-<1 .111a CaonlaMonaii ?
II i Norman Oossman, aM Donslaa Synfrvw.Th.r Thursday, Dec. 5 with this lonfwtifng( washable, gloss
; fhalftnan, read the requirement .'ll be vocational atorUa thai will ensmtL On*IpirVliftg coil Is enough. --
Iba rrad.r wlKt his life work'
.|n sewing, care of clothing ands advtoa bell .. tioUbl- .port. tip from fame brush jisrh .TjnHi .hying. 16 brilliant =
Suggestions for lewln,. I owkaa *n4. plann. mow. rnlni .... Children's classes at 2.6 j colors. S*< coupon. r am w /
I ..ti.... ....tlo. hints, and worlhwfcllaeontMta. r
I Nora Aker, lawn and garden .
.improvement chairman, also hadI' 1HK AMERICAN BOY _ta ealyt.amar. Ballroom class at 7 o1o :
of H fee three peen! lonlM auk.acrlntlom swass Ep E
u er program which consisted of M cat a year mtra. fend rotir Sea r rJ 12
I i garden song, "A 'Package of I tame, and mtUnm and ... to THE. Class Lessons SOoThe 5-W Sa..p
ANr RICAN BOY T4M SMond Bl'd. I* Sol.
feed1 by PrlacllU Freed a check trail. Nib anrka will "start with the I
"i ,n all girls' garden, and Dream- bow p.a weelf'.

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; The program next week will be II
Ii given by the following chairmen: / O ha

borne improvement, Mary Alicehjbuncan '

; publicity and reporting, ,
r &.eOJ. Little; records. Prlaclll t
G. Freed; poultry and dairying, Ant Flattering New t WASHABLE FINISH

[ labell Redd and Leola Little; and PERMANENTs FOR WALLS AND WOODWORK
f food and nutrition, Lou Bell*
r CrenneO. '
I If ;:.. Thaw present were: PrlscllUj ,

It f j!tread. Fern Robertson, Norma, cJemlluslre
t !;Eloise: and Rachael Gorman Nora 1 A r

.L'Aken' Mildred and Mar..m. t tJfe elves a porcelain.liiki, surface from
; .Field. Loula Barnes Freda.Ban-,
which soil ad ink arm wash osf
.oockv Catherine Orfanede. Virginia
i / Blamer Julia Fraloa SuUiin ( osp and wster. 11

and Leola Little.Turner'J bes.e+f.i. *..<' f sJ 19giosa

lot "inrf ff --d-rmk rufli. Ym psnd cofert 91 *.,.afcW.
with ordinarypcnoaomt
ease ar saJsMruaibl curls
wwe But yen morn .trts lr can q-t
1, Funeral Home ibra bw tot w* she 8MVIOW two' x
I.lM Method With : Ea s ne Sachet,
14-HR. AMBILANCB SERVICE!: and curls to row
W JudD undulations
put !!
Lady Attradaa .".,..."......1 Phoa tae *ppo..B .1--e call 1W

Phone ..4.K Homestead. Fla lea ifastiota D. Home Co. Inc.

I Bush's Barber Shop ,

& Beauty Parlor Homestead, Fla. Phone 507-J


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Pane Ten THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Frida ..November 29. 985. .'

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I wife. He passed a music store edgy alarmed and consulted the
law the word "Syncopation" in the dictionary: a* to tu meaning She

WE DRIVERS I II 1-J 0 I K .E S window, and decided to tell his read the definition "Erratic leap-

...................-.. : .........-.. *wife>that waa the.diae.se ,heiad.. ing from bar to bar".-Bindery
Ji Series o/ BrteDUaudoni .* Driving Dea I When he told her, the was ter- Talk.
A Pink Parasol
cased to Site Sol." Com/art and fltamft I
Ik* Motoring Au6 u.. Prepared eby | The late John Wanamaker was
General Meters I very active In church and Sunday
I school work during his long and DR.M.A.BERGERDentist

I useful career He laved to tell DR.B.E.GATLJNDentist
No. CURVES I Bible stories to all classes of small

MAma bow expert w* may be u driver, w. are all apt to fall Into ,I children. !
No doG't to what we really know 11 It was after a particularly Inspiring *
habits of driving that quite measure up 36 N. Krome Avenue
I session of such stories that

! right.For Instance w* all know that wa ought to U careful about passing the benign gentleman looked Upstairs Office In Hausman Bldg.
\ ars.especially when another car approaching,from the opposite direction around at the attentive youngster
. And yet then possibly Unt one of u*
f r end Inquired, "Now, children, are Office Hours 8:30-4:30
} who bamX it one time or another, moved
there want to Phone 85'
.'"' over In the road to pan a car and than any question you OPEN EVENINGS
r I wondered U we would get around In tlroa. ask'
I .. ter' Now her*'* an interesting thing about I Came the timid voice of a little BY APPOINTMENT HOMESTEAD:FLORIDA
!' that When.. try to put a car thatt girl:
I tin going forty mile an hour, iff Just the "Plea, Mr. Wannmaker, how
same aa It w* tried to pas a standing much I* that little pink pars I string of can 126 feet long. other word, I "
tore window? Montreal
.t' K',like passing eight tm parked bumpr your
{ to-bumper In the road. It wa try to put Star I
.i't. one going dirty ICs like trying to pan e
lYiAf. line of more thin sixteen cart standing la LoulaXI
the road and sixteen cart la a row will men half a block. Thla la probably
.'I a new idea to most of wa. If wa kept It In mind, we would never pea a car I An old gentleman wa busy be j I
t unless wa were lure that there wan no oncoming cart for a good long Ing shown round an antique shop '
distance ahead. by a new assistant The proprietor i
) But turning add to pan It not the particular kind of tuning that we wa out. i I
art Interested In discussing her What we are now "This chair" said the youth Importantly I
{ concerned with la taking curve and corner Tram I I w
pausing a very
time to time in these discussions we will find that oat1i JO
I the same old laws of Nature will be Involved. Foremost WI wort ..&, old piece of furniture, "belong to
, among them will be the Ian of momentum and '1'010 ((11f. the period of Louis Cross-Eye"
momentum plays the r.ZJ going around : The prospective customer look
f. curve. Because momentum ;wants to keepos ed puzzled.
going, but going In the Mm direction. When it 1* 4 wean "Louis Cross-Eye," he repeated.
I trying to make u* go straight Instead of curving our u. to
"I've never heard of such a
course, it operate under an assumed name if you per.
! ( "
." ::, son. ,
pleas for then we call It"centrifugal f
. Now of course we all know what centrifugal fore .t war "Well that' how the label describes .
if. We feet It when we go around curves. Highway It," said the assistant: and
and railroads are banked at curve to offset centrlfu- he handed him a card besting the
gal fore*.Aviator bank their plane at turn by tipping I words "Period of Louis XI,"-An
; them with the control But even though w* all knew bout centrifugal
force, few of u* realize how powerful It Is, and bow much greater it get the swore

I. faster wo gas
A 9000-pound car making a turn of 800-foot radius has to overcome a I The Bitter End
! centrifugal force of only about 156 pound at 20 mile an hour.But it SO mile
A visit to the
an hour, that fore baa grown to 368 pounds, and at party was paying a
rti 60 It 1* nine time a* great ** at 20 over fourteen docks and for one of their number -
+ ; hundred pound trying Its belt to push u* off the I I the endless row of bucket in
roadl The only thing that keep u* on the road In the a dredger seemed to have a great
first place I* the friction between our tire and the fascination While the other went
A road. The minute the centrifugal force get stronger off to enjoy themselves, this man
than the force of that friction, off the read we go.<
The trouble I*that w* often don't realize how fait I kept hit gaze fixed firmly on the

w'r going. On road trip, for Instance after w* dredger
have driven at a certain speed for a long time It Several hour later his friend I
i nema a small matter to Increase our speed a fw found him tt the tame spot. When
l f t mile an hour. Then after a while wa may do the they told him 1f he did not hurry '
: ; same thing gain. In other word, w* keep putting he exclaimed: "I don't care, I've
I forward our bail of comparison till by-and-by w* '
counted and I
k 11,983, mean to teethe
have lost our usual tense of bow fast wa are going.
I thing we know, are fcetofaeewith : last bucket If I stay all night. ,
j halffwf round
I. a turn or even It and w* feet Old Man Centrifugal Ottawa Citizen. i
l'orce\r7lq to push! u*6ff the road. I s
i I So what do w* 4oT We damp down the brake ICs the only thing wa A Rose by Any Other Name I
cast do when wa And we're going too fat But Just the same approachingthat ,
))1 corner too fait has kept u* from taking It aa w* should have liked tea A man consulted his physicianfor
J For U conditions permit, tt I* often desirable to Increase speed at we go a general run-down condition.;
\ around a curve. A*long a* our rear wheel are not being retarded, but are The doctor told him ha was sufferIng "And Santa hat mired-
J actually pushing us around the curve, our steering effective and our car from alcoholism. He told the Thousands of at
. : 1* under control. doctor he wouldn't dare tell his
a The long and short of It Is that w* cant take liberties with the law of wife that and asked for tome big 1 Start Toyland.
momentum and centrifugal force. Man' speed laws may not always be
.observed but Nature's speed law always are! word to tell her that would obscure -: Sean Roebuck
the meaning The doctor) 1"-
refused to give him any other I and Co
; 1 1j name. On hit way home he tried, MIAMI

j THE REMAND CAFE I to think of a big word to tell his,

t MRS. A. NABOBS Prop.

Eva fstelle Sullivan
, PLATE LUNCH WITH DESSERT_,ANJ>',.),!t.K.| I5<-_ Teacher of Pianoforte


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t ....... the Physical Culture Hotel, mores thin latufactnir a Jrlightrc* and
churning atmosphere of lutu&mm and- good fellowship.Thouwikb .

: of health seeker hM-fouhl the magic key at due .....
Brooker Lumber tutioo where natural methodsr.a dcvdoaniby list err Madaddeovin
Co. Inc.r.
i | : exclusively used. No drags medicines or operations. Itewll
: : secured through moderate .lathe diet, euminatiT* procewes sun, I
water, steam and electric .baths, message and aujmpulativ measure,
I i All under the supervision of trained health experts

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A letter from you will bring complete information and Book of
I' }> Views.-oo obligation Find out what we hare to offer and the many
attractions in connection with a health course, vacation of longer visit.

..: I ; r I Winter rates are exrrrmrljr low -no extra*--almost u Inexpensiveas
(. ,.. s .1 .e. ., I. ... q' wring at home and a good time every _ute. Congenial sun

1 ; Vapplication I foundings, entertainments, exercise, hikes sports, unexcelled food I
f. .
IlItt warm rooms, restful II..,. Yaw wilt she this hued.

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' IIomesfeidJbrMdl of Miami I RATS: Ant insertion 10* a ItM. sBtavjutnt hpMtton

BAPTIST Spiritualist( Temple of Truth InWomVs 5< a lint
a m. on Wednesday before fourtn
Club 419 N. W. Eighth
Hamestead-Th Rev C. N. Sunday. aveiwr Men' Bible also and I
pastor Sunday school at young people's lyceum at 7:1} p. I
I EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN m., healing by Dr. J. Carl Robson I
m. Preaching at It a. m. '
: o a. ron RINT-Vpeta. WE: will select several
1 7:30 B.Y.P.U. at C;3D at 745: ; lecture and message at 'I young
: p. m. p
with bath and Indies from Homestead vicinity
!8t! John's-Redland; the Rev.' I p. m. by the Rev Sada Hobson. I r
services Wednesday at I
Prayer I Ceo. M Poth. pastor. Sunday "ge. Mrs. H. S. with knowledge of shorthand
: p. m.Des. school each Sunday at 10 a. m. I II I NONDENOMINATIONALPRAYER Highway East i and typing, to train immediatelyfor
Morning sermon: English service on first Sunday of SERVICE j jI secretarial position. Write
The Crucifixion"; evening I each month at 3 p. m. and German FOR RENT-Florida I I Schoeck Secretarial' Tralntm
I I Bible study and prayer: service ished house with Alton Illinois. (pnTO)
service ,
"How to Be Pleasing + on third Sunday at 3 .
sermon: pm. I conducted by the Rev. H. E. Berg II' !! quira. d I I
1. God". I' of Miami at home of Mrs O. 1. I i i MISCELLANEOUS
Dee. 4-btre. J. R. Dorsey I I'
METHODIST I Gault every Friday at 3 p. mi .
will have charge of the prayer EPISCOPAL i i A eerie ef lecture .n the II I convenience. Garage I RELIABLE: WATCH REPAIRING
service Florida City Commun.ty Churchthe Book of Revelation Is new la [ Mn. C w. Ms**** W. H. Woods McCrory Arcade
Goulds-The) Rev. Noah Pel.erIn I Rov M. A. Soper, pastor 'I prorress. All Invited II>I 14th St ) I II I

pastor Sunday school at 10 Sunday school at 930: a. m.; I I FOR RENT-by Uw I{ HEMSTITCHING who you w.l\l.
m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and I preaching at 7:30: p. m. Church I| winter season Singer sewing m.chtnM'and It -
::30 p. m : BYPUateaOpm. night, Wednesday at 780; I I II furnished home, I pairs Mrs Wm. X. Booth
cr service at 7:SO p. m W d- Redland Community. Church porches, fireplace I across from F E C. stattarf:
, '
l .emsGROW -- ---+--
: the Rev M. A. Soper, pastor. Sun- 1 Apply Eva E. Coil ]; PIANO TUNING and rrpalniv
4sr school at 10 Highway at Biscayne I
; preaching at 11
CATHOLIC I Good used piano for sate CM >pI
\ Church night Thursday at 7 30 i I W. E: *oon. DIN. W 3rd St
Church of the Sacred Heart I i FOR I _

Re\ James Cloonan, pastor. I SOUTH _
Silver Palm***! '.
-> mass at 9 a. m.; week day White Stone Church-Homestead TI" : ) I WANTFD-rumnhed apartm ntI
at 7:45 daily. Sunday school ; the Rev. A. A. Koentllni. ILIA I I near center of town. Will !'enolt
at 8 a. m. Sunday schpol pastor Sunday school at 9;30 a.l I Abouttnjuare SEVE : yearly basis Apply Lcoderbn1 -
following 0 o'clock mass gales: It' : 1 terprise.a .
m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. : I
for women the first and 10 ft. lengths
m. Junior League at 2:30: I
of month for men and P'I Gulf Fertilizer Co. RAGS WANTED The Led.-
; -
m.; HI League at 8:41 p. m.; Senior
.t.4 the second Sunday of month. League at 6:30 p. m. Prayer meetIng I Campbell St., and S. I I Enterprise will swap claulfnd
hour first Friday of month! at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday road. i advertising or subscriptions for
71; .p. Ira, .Maas first ; yat I wiping rugs 7c a pound allowed -
: U a. m. Benediction of the I Dee. Morning message: FOR SALE- for clean rags, white or co"r-;
Sacrament after mass. "Christ In the Clouds" special I house, modern, ed Knit underwear preferred!
I Ir music by choir. Evening GOOD PULLETS Terms. Inquire
r CHRISTIAN SCIENCE message "A Telling Ques prise. REAL ESTATEREAL
tion"; special music. THIS YEAR
I Florida City-Broadway and: Dee. 4_Bible study at 7:SoSL FOR SALE-2 )' ESTATE-Those who W.l.lt,
I'I street Sunday school at m. A cordial Invitation to 3 ducks, 15c lb.; to buy or sell Redland District
:44 a. m.for pupils under 20 years all. Well grown, vigorous pullets 35e to $1.SO each, real estate will find up-to-date
.age; morning service at .11. will make fine layers next fall ISo qt.; kumquats, I I listing In our office Many of
: Wednesday evening.- Silver Palm Community Church Ceo W. KoaeL these listings are still at subnormal -
and winter.Assure this result
which Include testimonials -the Rev. H. O Cowan, pastor prices. We shall appi*>
healing and experience and ,.- Sunday school every Sunday at 10a. by feeding Ful-0-Pep Grow FOR SALE:-Child'I date either your inquiries or
Christian Science, 8 p. In.; preaching services on first with aluminum tray. your listings, all of which will
:The public i* cordially invited third and fifth. Sunday at 11 a. Ing Mash now. It develops Mrs, Anna Backer, have our best attention. Now n

: 'attend. m. and 8pm. big framed rugged birds that the Urn to buy B. W. Monte,

CHURCH OF CRUST METHODIST. FREE can stand the strain of heavy SETS OF I baby jar now associated with IL A. CAm-
Jellies,assorted, eron, N. W. 1st St In Citizens
R I II First.__".'" .kJFIlaa CUr-41 -Rev. Edith egg production. ped packed In & Bank Bldg Phone 71
i1fi..Fifth street T.O.. Huntun. ,Tamblyn: pastor Sunday school mailing Mrs. -
Bible study at 10 a..m.; IJO p in.; preaching 9:30 and 8 Redland road ACREAGE AND QROVE8
.. .fellowship .and p. m.; Young people' meeting FJlI&O Ep'lia and Coconut Palm CHARLES L BROOKS specialize
\' nI at 11 a. m;peachijagat 7.15; Junior meeting 3:30 Tuesday; DEI'01'I (\n Redlanda properties.MIAMI
::2ItI )I. m. Prayer meeting Wed- ,prayer meeting f:15 p. m. ThursPENTECOSTAL Purchasers are in 110
day, used FRESH FRUIT- lilt with a broker you know to
I1) at ':19 p. mCHVKCUOrOOO- v br many
cially, for sal at be a REDLANDS BOOSTERSend
I j fu! poultry Shanklln's grove, your listing with treat
Goulds year after land road and Palm description of land. price, terms
C. C.
HMtestead-006 N. W First Hansberger. Follow their 6f Homestead etc. Send postal and I will fall;
,pastor. Sunday school lit !
9:45I: :I J. R.
; Ftv Ceo. Lorton, pastor mony Health Food or give information to
t school at 9:45 a. m., 'preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30: choice: and raise- Fancy foods of all (Dick) Brooks, Homestead
chln, at J\ a. m..and 7:30 p m; Young people' meeting at 6:P'I+ and better dress R. 1, Box 1153. CHARLES I. BROOKS,
.; Senior C. O. G. Society 6.30: p. p. m.; Ladle prayer circle, Tuesday I this season. US N. E. First st. Miami
at 2:30 p. m, Mid-week prayer FOR SALEroom C.
.; Intermediate C. O. O S. in with South Atlantic Mortgage
service Thursday at 7:30 p. m. bath, garage
> 830: p. m. Mid-week

t( .service at 7.;30 p. IIWed- PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Hector Supply Co. CATERPILLAR Entcrpris TEN

1I0me &ead-Krome avenue at TheOUTSTANDING
sale Frank
t OF THE NAZARENE N. 16th street Sunday school at Homestead, Fla. Krome avenue and
i 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m.
P lr Homestead-The Rev. Howard Dee. 1-Sermon at 11 o'clockby road.
i f pastor Sunday school at I the Rev. L L. Nelson of READ THE WANT ADS I
i [ : } a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. HOMESTEAD" 1936 Car! Value
I | 7;30 p. m.; N. Y. P. S. and --. -.- -I II
I meeting at (30 p. m.1 i.o.ajp PLYMOUTHLawrence

j I r 7:30.meeting Wednesday even- Deming Pumps and Water Systems I meet o'clock every la 16fh11 Tuesday ,

Princeton.-.T. H. Benson pastor. Slip Joint Irrigation Pipe 1st street.Visitors I Bros.Friday .

) school at 9:43; preaching
r 10:45 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Kerosene Driven Irrigation Pumps -.....-.--...-. !
t meeting at (30; young JOHN 0. BALLKY: I
::;: :
'. meeting at 930: Prayer Aermotor WindmillsCall AMERICAN I
Wednesday at 7:30 p. m I
Meet. lint and third \
EPISCOPAL phone or write for my prices a *. u, Amrlcaai a... '
i (old pout eflre) South
I St John'*-S. E. Second avenue llmnmratl, ......
II and Fourth street, Homeltead'j R.D.MAGRUDERFactory -. i
I Minister in charge,
R. Palmer; lay reader, Joseph I j
Gauzens. Sunday school at 9:431 Agent .
each Sunday; church services I
fourth Sunday at 7:30 p. m. Com- Phone Bay>iew 521 3421 Main Highway :

munlon at 8 a. m. second Sunday i
Coconut Grove
of month, corporate communion iI

t r for .Woman's Auxiliary at 10.30 I iI I Plumbing

Marine Work a Farm Machinery :

See and Drive the Specialty Overhauled For Plumbing: ICE

i lations,

.. tion and Service.W.

t. atLawrence
P. O. Box 1034 S. W Second 8t, Homestead i OPPOSITE r E C
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Par Twelve THE LEADER-fiNTERPRISE Friday, November 29, .935.

I .
Hunters Must Keep Out .. .... "
t'{ -- .':W 1ftr.1!! M1W \ ;
1 .'-\ Of National-Park Area I 1936 Matter De Luxe and Standard; 'CtieSroletJflafeHew .RfP t.UJil1a, New Feature.t'" I

r{ Hunters mint keep out of the
'r| Everglade National Park area, W.
"| B. Flower ot Homestead, deputy
, :,4 game warden, hu been notified.
\ ( The 1935 legislature passed a
::' law closing the proposed national
t! S;: park area to hunting until web
; ; time a* it !II taken over by the fed-
.\ oral government, and the attorney
general ruled recently that It Is the
duty of the state game and freshwater
fish commission to see that
the law la enforced.
t The eastern edge of the Ever-
{l' glues National Park area Is alx :
miles west of the Homestead city
limits (Redland road).
.' Mrs.! Kayburn Dies

j After Long Illness
Mr. Delia L: Rayburn, wife of
;I the late Samuel B. Rayburn died
:.( at a Miami hospital Tuesday evening -
' at 8:19 o'clock after a lone ill-'
I' neat. She bud been In Homestead d
fifteen yean
Funeral services will be held i iJ
Saturday at the Homestead Methodist
Church at 3 o'clock and burial
j will be In Palm Cemetery in
The active pallbearer will be: s a a
..t Noah Peterson, Tom Harris, Rua- Goo
aeU Anderson, Charles Robinson,
1)) D R. Sullivan and Chat Hammond -
i' The honorary pallbearers
i I ( will be; Carl Deden. W. B. Caves, "
,; I Muter De Luxe aad Standard Chevrolet for 193 show marked I Either Knee-Action er conventional springing may be had In the Muster'.
: > W. D. R. E. Cavel, C. E.
,I advance: In appearance and In engineering. Perfected hydraulic brlll..lIil" I model. The Uluitrattona shows Top lift, the Muter De Line
i\ Elchenberger and John Atkins compression engines with full-length inter jackets.and tMlmcedwburetion I sedan with built-In trunk;top right the restyled deeply moulded radiator, 'I
Mrs Rayburn is survived by a :am among the mechanical The solid steel Tu tt Top FUtior I grille used en alt models|lower left,the simple*' t of Chevrolet
: daughter, Mra Billy Caves: four body I*now used on the dd a* the Matter pe! I sisters Mrs. E. Daniels, Mrs P. I
I D McCormick and Mrs J. A. and Horne have lost both I except for a few minutes of the Second Annual Rexall I nine prizes for girls and nine
I 'I Saunders of Miami and Mrs R. JDuffy of theirs I prizes for boys
last quarter. Bradley sprainedhis
} of St. Petersburg: and two Contest at Dixie DrugThe This U the nominations are
A surprised Brooker team went way
brothers, J. W. Hamilton and C. E. I I ankle In the gam with Walton Dixie Drug la holding its made and vote are cast: A purchaser
Hamilton of Miami. Into the second half of a game with last week. second annual Rexall contest for get one vote for eacH
J 11 Home Wednesday night behind,I Walton scored an easy victory boys and girls Among prizes offered penny spent at the Dixie Drug Hit
R. H. S. Plays II. II. S. 11-9 the,but soon pulled away,leadingat over Franklin 28-11 Franklins are a bicycle, talking doll write the name of his nominee
In Homestead end of the third quarter, frequent fumble and lack of Sliver Streak electric train airplane on the ballot and.lrta It In a
Tuesday, 1J-1J
and winning 31-29 Homewas shooting practice cost It the chanceof : stove and many other toy ballot box at the store,\'n1a vote
:: Redland High School vtctorlou.1 I without the services of its I' making the game Interestingfor that delight youngsters betweenthe will be counted and prize.award
Star and
over Homestead High ; manager Bill Bradley, Walton ages of 3 and 12. There am I ed Christmas Day.

t basketball games they played last :T ,
I year, will come to Homestead I
I I Tuesday night, all primed to continue Sunburst Bartlett 1Id-Q714K<@1LI -of Sugar CreekBUTTER
the winning streak Home-
stead players who have been PEARS
pointing for a month for this
game, will do their utmost to d
break the Redland streak with a : No. 2% can-15C Ib. print37CSour

decisive win.Homestead. .
fans will pin their RedPittedCHERRIES
hopes on D. H. Dellinger and Earl Georgia Beef
,l Smith, speedy guard and forward,
respectively, and Redland will depend ; STEAKSSaturday

l 1' on the sharp shooting of ; e t. il.f.J'] UTU:" l
:1C ,
Ralph Mullini and Roy Campbell No. 303 canRichCreamy C
for their points. Ib. -------JIL,e

,i Two League "Naturals" : SpecialsNO.
Armour StarTomatoes
To Be Played Wednesday Snowdrift31b.can55c S CANS I for NO. I CANS 1 Far :

t Two "naturali" will be played : 14c Kidney Beans25c Picnic Hams :

Wednesday night in the city STANDARD I tans SHREDDED I pkf. .aU er Waoh
I basketball league when P. J.

i Franklin, Inc., play W. D. Home i Cooking or Eating CORN - 25c WHEAT 25cARMOUR'S lb. we we we .' 23c :
i Co.,and Brooker Lumber Co. plays ,
Walton Nunerie Brooker and .
i\' Walton who are tied for the leadhave APPLES51bsl Sliced
won their two games and MILK ::17 C
3 tall
cans B. BACON

Notice*f Application for Tax Deed BROWN Ib. -- -- 37CSuge'r ;
Notice I* Hereby Given That I5c:
xxxx 2
C E Eichenbergsr holder of StateN pk-
\ d County Tax Certificate: No. E or fresh GroundHamburger :_ t tI
issued the 7th day of Au
i =t A. D, 1113, ha filed same in I SPAGHETTI Super "PRUDENCE FOODS" Octagon
\ my office and ha made application -
1 for a te* deed to be Issued -5e SUDS UM.CH SOAP
pkg. - -
thereon. SaId certificate embrace
Ib. :ISC
I I the following described property pkgs25c Brown Bread 23c 10 small 23c - I
I In the County of Dad, State ot Ice Cream Dish WithChurngold
i Florida, to-wlt: Bulk
NEH of NWV4 of Swill. S 308 oveN 20 ... *** :
ft of Wtt of NW V. of NEV. of : Baked Beans18c Octagon LARD
S W 4 In Section 14. Township Palm-Olire '
84 South Rang 39 East, containing Ib. Z
'. 13 acre more or lees,ofFlorida in -- e SOAP BEEF 01 LAMB Ne Jen SOAP CHIPS Ib. __ __ :13c :
the County of Dade State
i1 4 bars 19c STEW He
KRAFT PRODUCTS - 27c pkgs. :
The assessment of laid property
I under the said certificate issued : --- ----- LIBBY'S PRODUCTS I I
was in the name of O. W. Matthews Miracle
Whip Potatoes eaDl'
10( lbs. Z3c I
Unless Mid certificate shall be TOMATO y
redeemed according to law the Salad Dressing Juice - 25c
property described therein willsold : 4
M to the highest bidder at .
the court-hou door on the first Pint Jar -- 24c Cr k RITZ Zlc: PlNEAfri I can f j
Monday in the month of January, ac erSlare pkr. Juic------ 25c I ICOKNID "
1838, which the 6th day of January -
1838. .. Qt.Jar35cFRENCH ;.
Dated this 17th day of November I ... FANCY Gum S Ib.. DRIED S Ib*. ROAST eaa 10

,'' 1.33.jjK. B.. Leather-man. Clerk of : DRESSING 17c RICE-----29c Lima Beans-- 21c Beef - -19c .

8 Circuit Court of Dade Count .
I Florida. By N. C. Ster- 2 ,.,.. GUTS OB 1 Ib*. "aGO 1 IbM JIll(. can : t

Ct\ftI t A, c. -. Cream Cheese-17c 31EAL18c PRUNES13c Beef a = 19crr ..

(Not 3>h Dee, 0' 13. 20) t '


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