The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00049
 Material Information
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: December 6, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00087294:00049
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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I Engine to Stay Here! TACTICAL MANEUVERS BY 21 '

MAYOR-READS Stores to Receive Cash as Well ARMY PLANES IMF FOR

As Groceries for Christmas Fund

LETTER FROMCYANHYNING Cub M well u groceries may ttructleaa printed on them will ,
be contributed to the Christmas I have been placed in the stores.
Cheer fund of the Redland District At a meeting yesterday, the I -- --
civic organizations through arrangements Christmas! cheer committee arranged Program Grown Into FunDay's
Monday Set as Clean-up
made with stores in 1 to act name ot needy Red-
Homestead and other communities I I, land District families from all relief Day at Palm CemeteryThose Meet Unfolds -
of the dlatrlet In addition to the!|I agencies o operating this area tunity )
; barrels provided for the contribution : Christina provision being made who have relative
Caucus Report Adopted; of groceries note book]I I I by other agencies will be checked: friend or other loved one buried EVENTS START 11 A.M.
McCourtney Substituted will be on the: counter of each,,to prevent duplication. T. E. Kirby la Palm Cemetery at Naranja. are! WEDNESDAY ))EC. 11
tore for donor to enter their :was elected treasurer and Mrs W. ;Jawlted by Cha 1. Cave to join ,
for Gault :.. name and amounts given Clerk :M. Johns, was chosen secretary in a clean-up of the cemetery next,
will be authorized to receive II: The nucleus of the Christmas Monday. The Rev A. A. Koeet-. Famous Woman 8tunter.Nirmaier's ,

COUNCILGIVESCOPCVOTE money; for the Christmas .cheerfund I cheer fund i* a contribution ot $2} line, president of the Redland District Sky Flea
OF CONFIDENCE and to mark "paid" opposite ,each from the Lions Club of the Ministerial Association, said in ProspectA
-- the name of the contributor. I: Redland District and the Homestead yesterday that the clean-tip plan,
Cart! contribution may be Rotary dub and a $9 contribution of Mr. Cave would. be announod
Commends Activity Appoints -, ful-fledwl! one-dny\ air
beginning Saturday ( lIIad'1 from the Junior Woman's In all the churches Sunday.
meet, beginning lit U a. m and
; Committee I when all the notebook, Club of Homestead. Weed and grass oeea hoeingout
lasting until 4:30: or S p. M. with
to I -------.... and trimming and other word b
Co-operate I time out from 12 to I:30 for lunch,
need to be done la give the cemetery
South Dade P.-T. A: i* the outgrowth of plain made
will I a eared-tor appearance Mr.
Homestead allowed tol Awarded County PrizesTwo Cave taid. by the aviation oawnitto of the
Redland District Chamber of Commerce -

Labor Day' hurricane\ the city NECK BROKEN AS Couth Dade P.-T. A. associations. TELEPHONOOW the Homestead for formal municipal dedication altport of

council learned from a letter received Homestead and Perrlne on Wednesday Dee. 11, the day
by B. Bird from TIRE BLOWS OUT were pronounced winner Wednesday before the Miami. All-Ameilcan
Conrad Van ant in the county; membership IN OPERATION AT Air Meet begin
WPA administrator! tor J'lorid..1 contest conducted by; the Dade I A tentative program, arranged

i+ which Mr. Bird read at the!; council FERA-Worker DUO While painty?raunelupt.fbaFlorida' 'REDLAND SCHOOL by the.committee with the advice x
Congress .f Parent and Teachers ,and
meeting Monday night I co-epefit n of aviation *ffl-
Names selected at the city caucus: Being Brought to The Homestead association received claim in Miami, will It* submitted
6n Nov. 10 a* nominee for the' Hospital Here a cup for having the best to the board of director ot the
offices of mayor and city; council- membership, fO per cent, in the Connection Saturday Cul- I Redland District Chamber of
group with membership due of minates Years of Ef- Commerce at a meeting called for
men, were ordered placed on the Victor Forsling, bin, on his way
ballot for the municipal electionto ifrom Miami to begin work with SO cent a year. Perrlne ranked forts by Clubs I U o'clock this morning. The proposed -
first In the smaller with
be held on Jan.14, with the exception FERA force In the hurricane- group program follows
that V, T. McCourtney'smemo stricken Florida Key area, died membership due of 29 cent J I Redland Farm Life School, seven 11 a. tq.--i'-o handicap
Mr. J. W. :
was substituted. for that of while being rushed to the hospital membenhlp mUM from the nearest doctor room from ,
O. I, Gault on. the ttrt of council- here Monday; morning after tall chairman of the Homestead association and hospital,was finally connectedby for male pilot 6nly, starting from
tnante jtotainee*. shade:had been broken and his skull received the cup from telephone with the outside the AD-American Airport at 11 ,
Mr*. L W. Haaklna, county membership for first, second
a m. Trophies
The change followed reading of fractured In a crash caused by the world Saturday. Installation of
letter from :Mr. Oault requestingthat blow-out of a tire on the FERA chairman at a meeting a telephone In the office of PrIn- and third place winner and money
his name be itrlcken from the truck, on which he wa riding, held In the Wm. Jennings Bryan I cipal Carl Wagner marked the prize a* follow: first, $50! second -
list of 12 nominee for the six about two mile north of Snake School Perrlne was not represented culmination of yean of effort on $29; third, $IOj; fourth $10. #
founcUmanic place to be tilted. Creek.A at the meeting. Others the part *f Refund District civic Dedication address Captain
Mr. McCourtney'; name, 13th on coroner' Jury Inquest conducted from Homestead present were Mrs. organizations since the hurricaneof Wm V. Andrews, commandant of
E: J, Dyal, president, Mnu W. It.: Air Station.
the lit Justice Chapman Field
by caucus voting wa next by ef the Peace 1821 destroyed telephone line i
Walton Mr Frank Rue and Mrs.
12:19 Luncheon for visiting
In order for nomination. Sid L. Kendrick Wednesday night In the vicinity of the school.
Customary advertising of the resulted in a verdict: that the accident Wm. Johns.Townsemi, The Redland school, second largest official and pilots In handicap
i election was authorized after appointment was unavoidable Consolidated rural school in race, given by Homestead Rotary
of the following elec- Jesse R. Mutter of. Miami,dri.* Delegates the United State, had been with- Club at Green Lantern Restaurant *
tion board ,E. T. Brooker, Matti.! er of the truck, said the tire were Leave for Convention out a telephone since its establishment -
I Bradley; and Howard Lamb, Inspector all new, but the one that blew out I but prior to the 129 1:30-2:15-Bomb dropping contest -
x *, and W. B. Cave, clerk. was of four-ply thickness Eight member of the Homestead i storm the use of neighboring telephones ; bomb to consist of -pound
The poll will open In the city hall the other three were of Whil'l; Townsend Club left early' had been available emer- bag of white lime to be dropped at
at I a. m. and cleans at sundown of construction He believe the gencies. an outlined circle on landing field.
Jan. 14 according to the notice. ply tire was too light for the load I Convention this morning of to Townsend attend the clubs state: The extension of telephone ....- Prizefirst, $25; second, $10;

Additional nomination may be at JIM to 1200 pound of meat I which meet W Orlando today ViOl to the school was accomplished third, $5; fourth, $3.2:163:00Dead .
tiled by petition as provided by and provision the truck carried. Saturday and Sunday. In the by; the Southern Bell Telephone : stick landing i
ordinance, but at present the official ranting; who was titling on the; & Telegraph Co. by reconstruction contest Prizes: first, $29; second,
list of nominee I* a* follow: drive teat with Miltier, wa party; were at the IaIt'SWldllJ'three delegate' meetingof appointed -I of the line east from Krome avenue $10; third, $9; fourth, $5.
For Mayor- Tho*. E. Kirby; and thrown from the truck a* It rollr the club President T.*D: Ptche. along Coconut Palm drive. I 11S-3: :49 10-mile race for
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P. B. Bird and Tom
Mayor Kirby; NEGRO FINED class. Prize: first $25; second
three alternates, Mrs Bird B. B. Richard Anderson, colored, was I $19; third, $10; fourth, $" ,
400th Anniversary, of the Bible 'I Putlen and E. ,H. Oallaher; and I fined $20 or twenty; day in jail Oo..UG-I0: mil race 101 wb-
{ other members C. L. A.Qra'S.
I % two ? I Monday, bight for drunken driving. Continued on Pan JCIevonjAllotments
TQ Be Observed in District SundaySince and T. Matthews. I
Robert J!. Clements, national
I secretary and co-founder of the of I
Sunday, Dee. 8,I* Unl verst -]n-H.: O. Cowan of $Uver Palm I old _.i revolving pension plan,I Tax-Exempt Stamps 1'1

\ Bible Sunday; member of the and Perrlne win'' preach In the is scheduled to speak at the convention Now Available to Potato Growers 4
Redland District Ministerial Association Homestead Methodist Church; the I and an Immense mass
Rev. C. C Harmberger of the meeting will be held there Sun-
will commemorate the Goulds Pentecostal ?Church whit! OaJnesvUle) Dec S-The potato made to eliminate delay and con..
Jour hundredth anniversary of the preach In lh* Hometea4 Cburctv: day.At last week's meeting of the 1 I act Of 1131 .became effectiveDec. I fusion In placing the stamp and ;
publication>> of the first printed of the Nazarene. packaging provision of the program .
Homestead club short talk
were .
1 and all potatoes harvestedand
English Bible by exchanging pulpits -
The Rev. Noah Peterson of the I made by A. Muaaelwhne. Mr Bird Into operation.
for the morning service and sold by Florida grower now I fall
Goulds Baptist Church will preach Md, Mr. FuUen. Richard Bigger stamp i
preaching sermons appropriate to :to the RedUad Community Church recitation. must be handled In accordanceWith plantings, which are to be given ,
the day. ,I the Her. Howard Eckel of the gave a allotment, packaging, and to each grower tot his allotment
The Her M. A. Soper pastor Homestead Church of the Nazarene stamp feature of the act says have been received and are now
of the Redland and Florida City win preach in the Goulds Baptist LO.O.F. CONFERS: DEGREE H. S. Dennis, assistant districtagent available at the office of county
Community: churches, will preachin Church the Rev.(l.Condon of the The Initiatory degree was conferred with the extrusion service I events In the state, Mr. Dennis
the First Baptist Church in Princeton Church ot the Nazarene on three) candidate tarmembenhlp who Is lw charge of admlaitratton -I explain
Homestead; the Rev. C N. Walkerof will preach In the Could Pentecostal In MM OOF.. lodge of the program ia thta state. The national aW allotment total
the Baptist Church will preachIn Church; the Rev. Ceo, E. Tuesday night by the degree team Signing of potato 1J'OWtrt' applications ot :228,600,000 bushel, a* act
the Silver Palm Methodist Deuel retired M. K, putor, win I assisted by i M. Hilchey; of Little and making of grower by the AAA and the individual
Church! the Rev. A. A. Koestline preach In the: Perrlne Church; I River, district deputy grand mat allotment bay been In progress In grower allotment Into which thia
of the Homestead Methodist and the Rev. L, O Adams, retired ter. The candidate were R. L. Florida for ..wnl..u. In Florida total 1* being distributed by state
Church will preach In the PrInee- M. E. pastor will preach ia Dunn,.,Car) TweedeU and jr. a and other earlyharvestingstates and county committees, will not '.
toe Church: fIl the Nazarene; the the Princeton M X. Church. Barker, arrangement have been be taxed.

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Friday December 6.1935. '

'......11. 't It PC W..N f ft FfF I Redland Hi Downs Tickets to Miami Meet Lumber will play Co Walton will play, and P. Jlin .limo rra s"
Walton Wins 40-24 1IosIJ.... it 41 tF II Cua..U. a a I On Sale in HomesteadRedland .
cF.ideaF'-" ++ taivatn.-ts i
A TeamToTuneof28to23 I -
From Brooker Lbr. CJI..c... IIJoa Homestead
... resident
o ca..IIoe' & I Q -1' District may
In Brilliant Game o _...."'II. purchase general admission ticket AM EPRL
I." o to the Miami All-American Air

ToIaIe ..1i u '!'ala.. .. ;;) Meet at the Dixie Drug Store and
P. J. Franklin, Inc. Losesto acv b r..Maa : a : : Results Reversed in, Game Brown Pharmacy In Homestead THEATRE 'a'el
W. D. Home Co., in N.ew......... ..oo.. _.... ,It ff'". .. Between Junior Hi -at regular a discount price of until 2} per Dee.cent 10 from <''OONCT Qp'E_

-Opening Contest ContestantsRedland .the shows 7 and I Adrnfawloa U
GIRLS TO FLAT BASKETBALL Tickets wr placed on sale at Matinee Sat and, San, jalT
who have signed for the two local drug stores Wednesday
Walton Nurseries defeated the AU girls) up I to S V. m.
basketball and any others who High School defeatedthe night through arrangement!
Brocket Lumber C*, basketball U
may be Interested In Joining are Homestead High School bas mad by the Redland DistrictChamber SUNDAY THKD W'CDNESOAI
team 40-21 Wednesday night
asked to report for practice ketball team 28-23 In the Homestead of Commerce at a return
with one ot the most brilliant
promptly at 130: today gym Tuesday night The courtesy for Invaluable assistance
attack and defenses
Impregnable -
Homestead gym. l"cr Homestead Junior High team won Miami air meet official are giving -
ever seen on the Homestead .
from Redland Junior ,High In a: In the staging the dedication
court W. D. Horne Co. won fromP I
18-9. of the Homestead airport on Deo.
Coach Conducts Tests preliminary game
J. Franklin, Inc., 41-30 In the j :
Franklin and Rohrer played 11.
opener For Football Ability
... I consistent: ball for Homestead,
Barrow ws* the leading point ,
scorer for Walton with ten field Eighty boys competed m the Delllnger was high scorer with Miami Team to Play
three field goals and four foul:
goal and two foul shots Reed football fundamental contest shots : Walton Five Tuesday I
led for Brooker with five field conducted in the ninth, tenth I
goal Wynn and Field of Walton eleventh .And twelfth grade of Roy Campbell was the Redland I
and Tolaon of Brooker played Homestead"High School by Coach offensive star, garnishing five I Walton Nurseries will play the i u '
outstanding defensive ball i Theo. J Bleler recently. field goal and three foul shot 1 Miami Dally New basketball team I

Bradley, with ten field goal In punting Richard Mattson Martin Bishop was the outstanding I I lID the local gym Tuesday night I
find three foul shots, led Home I' was tint wlth 4A jardVfl inches, player of the Homestead Junior following a game between W. D.
to \ ictory over Franklin. McCor. ; Tom Pooch, iftade 42 yards; Randolph team, covering the court on defense I Horne Co and Chapman Field air!
mick, who played high school Caves, 40 yards 21 Mi feet; and scoring eight points station. The first game will start
basketball with Marianna and Aubrey Cheshire, 40 yards, II Chambers of Rcdlnnd scored four at 7:30. I
played in the Gold Ball tourna- Inches of his team'* point 1 The News team won the championship I

ment In Miami In 1933 with Gulf Aubrey Cheshire passed 44 Han. ...... fr n pr....,... fm n pf ot the Commercial I
Gas of I yards; Charles Little, 43 yards, 1 IMnblls I I IMF It Campbell A I 4F Miami and is
Phokee proved himself a 11..o.ooli 0 I fir B C....._ 0 0 5 League in last year
iluable acquisition to Franklin toot; Winfred Owens, 41 yards, 2 Faakp. : :I : ... 00 rC leading the league this year. It I
feet Earl Rohrer, 40 2 feet sulllw. I r Ckamb.n" 0 0 t :
he scored five field ; yards in the Gold
a* goal and I N.1.on t also was runner-up WILL ROGERS
one foul shot to lead his team'* In pass reclving, Earl Rohrer, g 1>:::1'I\ : O..ew.od I : I Ball tournament"bekt. in Miami
Manuel Hancock Q fte.ra o Mulll. I t a In his last and greatest film
,MofTett .
scoring Charles Sullivan of TommJ Q Haoklor 0.0 HemmMme last spring I
r Franktlplnade four foul. shots out and Earl Smith mad five ctttches _g T.Campbell JL 2 Phil McKeroie, forward for the
out of five tries. Sam Harvey "In Old
of four Allen Kentucky"Brake
attempted. Totals I la8 Totals II'I' News, Is the leading point scorer,.
Ansel Rue and Alvin Hardee made
Barrow of Walton Nurseries scan ks Periods 4R in Miami
team is the leading point four of five luna 11 toHomrtrd
scorer In the Homestead basketball In centering through a hoop t 18 Wednesday at the gym Home:

league He hag 52 point thirty feet away, Richard Mattson I HOMESTEAD LODGE NO P

Edward Brooker of Brooker Lumber was first with ten perfect passes F. .
Co. la second with, 39, Wm. out of ten and Ed Pacetti was'sec TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: 1.0.0. '
Bradley ot W. D. Home Co., third ond with nine out of ten tries Raymond insets every Tuesday evening a'
111 LO.O.r Hall, N. W
Willard Barnes, 'elock
with 35, and Elmer Sullivan of .
Brooker, fourth with 27 Dukes West, Aubrey Cheshire, Picas take..>! .Ifcal tin FlarMa Basil C aat Q;..w.rs AweoUilan Est akee& I.

The box More follow: Jones Coodlng and Sam Allen will set b*_rasttosiblo for any Meenirt made by the visitors Welcome
made eight ot the ten attemptl .. ,
Weft" 4"w tt'f/en'.a.r,' fah of H--.4 .o.-.ra.>anr w+intsoa .* yetem* fuifuittnf 4ethtJftttU >
In forward passing through a
F Flow .Ialroaulll..a' I I
F Wormer Ice a i r 8-oh- hoop'thirty-flveteet away, Richard +eepseamt. '*sgaa .'Cuu* Givmn Anoetetie umleM4HMk IOIDI Qa4sAl1.Ifi7".1lI" _.*
104 ". .. a I toa.w .. a I a .
4 H._ I 1'4 O RadlfeM i e 0 .MaiUoO-wasJlrsVwUh eight sss.Bto'.*ail .ve OW,.. a I I O BparliMM I" l of triM Little
out ten and Charles Anoclatlon. l Meets liNt andtbird. Wednesday
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Tommy MofTett, Manuel Hancock: 0 ,. m.. American LePta Bide.
Toub ir i T0141111 It sit Wm McMiFhael,Wade Smith; fora Sifted: II. w. BIRD told poet office) Boath Krome A.fl.Bom'tctMd .
aw..l.* W .*rMi II, t .M 40 a Pooch and Pier, McDunlel" madeseven" General Manger .( Florida East Coast Grower A SB. ,, ....; ,
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enlon came to HomeiUd to attend FLORIDA CTTT BOTS PLEDGED
MANS SKULL AND the ....vlLu Green Lantern RestaurantADJOINING
Turner Funeral Home was In Wm. Forayth of Florida City and :
NECK BROKEN ASTIREBLOVSOUT charge of funeral .rr. emen". Roger Snow of Florida City and HOTEL RCDIAND II I
Pall bearers were: :Bob Harris, New Haven, Conn., have been Steak It Chicken Dinner 75eIfluUf
1:. Lewis, a C. Murphy. O. I.I I pledged to the University ot FlorIda Dinner goo Vegetable Plate Put
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ed over completely and came back i
on the road right side up. MilUor
held on to the steering wheel and:
escaped with I bruited hand and
teg.. LIJ
: The accident occured at 6:30
two hours after the truck left Miami -"
and the truck wa not going
more than M miles an hour at the
time, the driver testified. He Rid Ir I
I that at no time on the trip had he
, exceeded 40 miles. an hour. Mar-
i shaim.Graham of Uleta, mechanical
superintendent tot rtRA on
I th keys sod.delves ot a pickup .... : t ,. THE 4Ntx.TRUt'Otull t JiR
! truck following/ .suppljt truck ,.
I and T. H. O'Brien,. Miami, FEHA .. .", '
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, worker riding with him, testified -
that they- started Homestead 'N. .. "''1 : ...... .j ; ; j
;with JTcntetsad.....n......eUf ..i.-- .. .. 1/- ', _-' ''!if'" .
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.te ban until: a"****tarot vane* 1" 0 I '
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} the-Cart Sound baldge. When U4 P 61raP-rfWiWaJ' "7" .' r t w.
examination showed he dead I .
was ; '- : r.
tbq.brought.him ton'I'Iw."II- ,: : : .. ;t : :, .
neral Horn In Homestead. . I .
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Pon1lnc:WII telling Hlltier that I
ht had been married years. The Now"available at a
body was turned Over to a Miami I
funeral horn for Interment. :


Funeral Services Held !
For Airs. Arthur Hunt service stationN.

Funeral services for Mrs. Nancy
Hunt wife of Arthur W. Hunt.
who died at her home on N. W.
Sixth street Tuesday night after
a lingering illness, were conductedat
the Church of God yesterday
afternoon by the Rev.\ 1, H. Lor E. FIRST st. & FLAGLER Ave.
ton, pastor of the Church and the J
Rev. E. H. Berg, pastor of the
Church of the Open Door in Miami.
Burial was at Naranja.Mn .
.' Hunt, wise was 40 years
old came to Homestead 16 year 1
ago.from.Shelby villa, Ky. 'HOMESTEAD
Beside her husband Ibt'. : ;; : ; ;
one son.Wi A,Hat of Homestead; r-. .
.. four brothers. W C..iasucf.andt i
JKuckec.ot.; .. Rradentmy andC t I0 '"'. .," ;. .- d -..... '- ....
B. Buckar sod T. P. McCoy : .; ,,; {,. ?j. '-. a. .: ;
of Homestead, .and two, grand-
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chl ren. HT 1* Bauke of f'''' <1.- !
Service i'
.. Sunoco. anatee-SMire; row,".r. Blue Sunoco bI'the motor duet that combines; high-test action';with'
radiator la' f ilUiL! with i clean, cpof hit knocklessi power and sells at regular gas price. .
Ttirner's Funeral Home water. *". '* *. '. .

S441R. AMBVLAMCK SERVICE '. ., .- ,. ." Sunoco Motor Oil to the wortd'a only Mercury Made Motor 011. So
Lear Attendant Driving inder-lnflated Urn causea. : pure it does not Dorm hard carbon. N. extra.n st.
fast wear. Sunoco Senrlce. is glad to .
I Phone SI4-R Homestead, FIa.l' keep your tire properlr'lnflntiL ,'; .. Sunoco Lubricant -not just ordinary greases, bnUal >*pe laIlaed I

:... ,v"" .\-:._ ,., lubricants, each for a definite place-and purpose and applied from
Lost tank caps and scratched, bodies a special Sunoco Chart of your car. t.I
I are impossible when the Sunoco' -
: Homestead trained attendant filler. four-'taftk. Sunoco Service Is conspicuously efficient. We urge you' to make use i
with Blue Sunocd. ..**. *\ of it.with no obligation whatever. ; ,

Plumbing Co. i

We cordially invite your patronageDirty !

For Plumbing Installations ..

Repairs and ..

Septic Tank Conttnww

tion and Service.- headlight lenses weaken yeses ,I
*We* at uttn*..and spread the Ugbt /
!. the other fellow's ayes sense* a.- a' '
tcndante knew thi ,and prevent It. K
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A dirty windshield Is mi only IrrUai. ,1
Wood tag. bat frequently daniereus. Theta* ganeee Reeale and Historic Read '
Work why Bosom Servtre leads yn on yew maps are eaUrelr different..th. ..I..
Body Fender Repairs way whit m sparkling wUdnnk-M and tan U many s .aeatton -Where shallvisionclose
rear window. we gof Gel roan today, Free.
Tops and Trimming:

Seat Covers .,

Painting II I 11 JESt KNDCK.esS ACTION

Art's Paint Shop Ii SUNOCO

.. l lot N. KROME At L 1,1 auTOa nrsx, at regular gas price .rotor rue

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Patillahwt Friday* at BeaM
stead, ru. tjr the loath Dad, BT UBS. u t BOW, umtutuirI ,v.rraareav .,

Publishing C*. j

i-t 77b trauma
BEN ARCHER.Editor. I ........ we..r, Tl..nir' tof'rMt -. .. a.r :
-.. 10I she did nave a vote she would
Meted: a* see.** e.... mall i ......... !Hi t-tl r-4 each candidate for every office big

mailer starch 5, 111 .t the part i iaft'lee I attitude toward the library n.m
I Have noticed a lot of new
Homestead, Florid, under you high time for Homestead to tkk
books on oar shelves this past the municipal library out of
the act .( March I, 1171.SIB. .
1 I week? They came from a friendIn step-child class This library Wi
New Jersey Do you know we sn important institution In the
PRICE. |t... A TEAR could have a rattling good library
i town and country It is not f:
m Homestead U our homefolk plaything; It Is an educational I

JUST ENGLISH BIBLE: would do even half as much as the tare and it brings much business!
I outsiders do? People who never to the focal merchant Many i e
The400th anniversary of *.i I." Dade County da a lot more the country folk would go to *:j
first complete printed Bartlett R"r i far as than we do for ourselves.We town a few mites to the north 11'

Bible U now being celebrated dust deserve K, of course, and they M not com to the Horary'

throughout the, Engllah-epeakina I fttn th* Bbrerlast .is ashamed to to borrow and rent our book Wf|

world reports the Literary OtfMt. accept the** book from strangers. art more than a city library; we- .

j It was about 1527 thai Mlles 'But, of cows, sin does accept are I county library W.8tne.n j
Coverdeal wrote to his. friend, heal, grabs for them, lists them of th*southern part ef Dade Co

'Thorn Cromwell, "I begyne to tlt -'- 1r and gets them on the library .,. And city and comity: shouldj
taste of Holy Schrypturei." In shelves as soon as possible Most ad together and maintain this 1 1brary B-

1S3S he taw the printing of the II of the books given to us by these We carry on with absolute j

Bible which he had translated "out out-of-town friends are new, all In fy mr equipment We did have ft f

of Douche (German) and Latyn good condition, no pages missing rubber date stamp one time, bntj
Into I Have you ever heard "The Lord ,*
Englishe the type has worn out-*vn our
Knowing leu Creek and Hebrew I helps those who help themselves'? register have always been
I Well that I.llIOt always true-else
than William Tyndale, translator > I carded household account books'purloined \:
Homestead would not have I public -
<>t the New Testament, Cover- from homes We need"
dale was acquainted with German I library several filing cabinets where ,
and ,Latin and had I smattering of No, the cold weather is not altogether some valuable papers and paffljphlet /

French. His translation was probably I responsible ,fr this could b* preserved. A card i
done at Antwerp and printedby grouch, There is an election coming catalogue system would cost aId
Christopher freschouer, (a* soon,'a city election. The librarian of mane*--but we need It )us ;
/ moua Zurich.printer/ Of Cover; f hat lie' vote In the city the same. We have several hvn>{

dale and his. Bible, H. W. Hoare election but she Is a taxpayer. If dred volume which any other tt-Js,

aid in "The Evolution of the English I brarlan would throw oft the trash 3

Bible"; so dense regarding so Important heap but we have to hold on to]

"OtITIdent and retiring In disposition a scientific matter since, at Annapolis them because we cannot replace f
of delicate niaceptibllity, [ Every; Letter MChristiiM Sealed" and at the Ecole d' Application the- old
literary dexterity and resource du Clinic Maritime, I had And neither scholo teachers DOT]

with a wonderful ear for cadence In all living things, disrupts the I I been trained for a scientific profession librarians are valued very highly!

and rhythm, It 1* to Coverdale we TIlE \ BOX germ plasm blights offspring, and, : -that of naval constructor In this section of the state-if *|

owe 10 much of the beautiful music in the end entails sterility and I l I and marine engineer After beginning eold wave comes along, well Just' j
which seems to well upeut -.. extinction. I saw a. onto that instead the study of alcohol, however : let >m freezer
'of the perennial springs of our WRY UEtT. R. P. HOBSOW ISAGAINST of being mere matter of I I never ceased. This book
Authorled Version." ALCOnOK.Editor local police regulation its hand to the product of scientific Inv sti. OM

tine we*the Most fundamental and gallons continued steadily from Foreman.rSee: here, buddy
Leader-Enterprise: I I H0 until. now-Investigations In I that other fellow
A SMALLER "ROOM organic question confronting society Is carrying two]
AT THE The .
following, *jrt irt fmrn the
which I have
! TOP" book thV'HumanRace" I Involving not only the Integrity I always sought only stick of timber when you're car
Alcohol anti i *f law iasttttlona, bat th*I 'the truth, the whole truth and .tying only one. What have 101t

There's itill "room at the top"!i P. Hobsoov, written br Lieu Richmond five ef I'tie.., and the. perpetuity 'nothing I i but the truth.' got to say?" ;
'tponlst 'Amo rican I
for youth but declares I t \ of the rae, 1 could Sot understand -| HARRIET ARMSTRONG. I Buddy That fellow' too btyj
Walter War herbs throws a dlflvrent light I I
a Pltkln. tamed 1 4 I on the alcohol question. Our W. how my ignorance had been I Redland, Dec. I, 1931. to g) twiee." OB* Tear.TO ..

author of "Llf Begins at Forty", C. T. U. In Redland bet begun th* -r-r
it to a smaller room than it used to I study of this'book. It f=LOfII ::
be. AIM! Instead of being Err a in Ult by the niintog was published }I.I Ir..litlI- .!;tMnf m
city skyscraper it
may on the,
Revell Co. of
I New York and London -
main street of the old home town. ',
and the publishers have con
Able young men and women of sented to our quoting this ex-
today, Dr. Pitkin notes in the current I tract:

Rotarian Magzaine should "In IMS the legislature of Alabama -
fake a realistic' view! of the change,
enarctlng I prohibition
and recognize: the fact that it stay statute, submitted a prohlbltioa .
be necessary for them to ;P4Y
work amendment to the state constitution I f a
longer than did able youth of an- ir cas
M I referendum to be voted r ,
other generation at Jobs requiring I on by the people early th* following
less than their full shuttles Pro,. I
tees up what he describes as "the I j I year. 7SAKU. /CO ; tWDS
bettered old ladder of { "I was then a member of Congress -
success, 1'1 I i I 0& 14foRte
apt to be slower than from that state. My pobtl-
and wise youth will cultivate local I cal. advisers, In whose wisdom I 0s. WATER ''if ; e rS

acquaintances and a knowledge of I had confidence, urged me to come 7W.6 r
toi.il affairs out against the amendment, as
most of the men In public life In
A 10-polnt list of qualifications
the state wen de tntv and I bad
necessary fin high-grade young about decided to follow their advice -
men and women who would I
reach j for though taught in childhood -
the I
loom-at-thc-toy by'.Or
offend '
to be abstemious, eighteen
years of life In the United States
I Health
Navy and the
superficial observation -
i f High. energyPersistence
3 of an average man of the
world, had led me to look upon r
Thoroughness liquor .. an matter of police
ft Jflgh +
training regulation which would be out of -t f
ft Social sense the ability togrt place to the organic law Th

alert weD with people thought that my nothef., If alive,
T Self-knowledge, and salt un.derstanding :would haw teen for the amend

runt, led me to meads, before annonnctng -
t. ; .
Adaptability; myself; to malt M hdvatigatlon -
i. Willingness to work for a ,
a* to whether any Issue -
long time at Jobs requiring lese of
a dp abiding nature, fit
than ene's lest abilities for taeorperatlM ft* Rte organic 41eft ,
Hi A
knowledge of local affairs law *f a state were tavoIveeV r

lees and.wide people acquaintanceship" "I recognized at once that the JOk/1 '

4 question was wholly en* e( tact
All of which, be add, I* .WIn.1 rather than Judgment, and that M
o* til* patent fact "Today ''MiroAfno&
hinged ON the actual properties *falcohol.
I* .* ream anywhere for
a chemical eompoond. I
who" an able and willing to work therefor proceeded, wtttt th* aid /

ICs Important even though Ml f III the libraries of CMTM, fo
pleasant to know that ta ttrmIof warble all Mitabl sdetOifh C/YJJ. W tGOWAYO2

mere numbers alone, every Information as h sobjeet I.... '
young worker who has arrived atworking startled to find atoMM at tb* *uta .
age sine !.:-. would besuperfluous I .t, that ateohot tg not f product)
in our existing eco- built of
up grain rapes, and other
nomk system U everybody wet food
materials but la the toxin of
to use the latest and best mven.
yeast or ferment germs which, y
lions and Improvements. ': after devouring the food materials

"We have heart so much of the excrete alcohol laa their waste product

,.... problem"and It II. big Thmuirt'altfamfett* sJvweff.th flesh" a &asked .L tb0 deep, me ktea.tbnpe. Tk* esMr* tdstlalatntieii ef :OB.: HILTON

prtbleny .n* that reach around thought that iMoraIo tang WHIP RAY, wtiteR II quito ftenonse off do sonata I .M Mad vial the ttdsrftodsr ef wm Hardly 411
IM..hI.. Gratuvtar.:: however Uqiatn wear realty MM M Bt*
of Fhiatdsy .aaat WltJs
tat.c.Iir' ftM W k* taken eves, when, en JaBBarv 1V W\ ,
I %. interest .knainessand
Intelligent excretion* 01 being
antatUMn r- '
a algfrt/'wfagsf" It* mere,earn Its beg body he. atat*. eTrssatto voted that nrt4sis*.*M ; .
ptVesstonal ass are taking moved aQ from
cad envy ta eacMlliiuj youth fat and produced gleenow a reaction ef flee knuv sap lab... tie "saw tee taelsMe ....... ey Onset Ile. 0. Union mad At wee U. dH sled W M A I!:

l I. actively helping them seeks tng. Seen I was shocked to tort *.imt tSk* outer Rte a ttsertsttsur Del mad ss4 Cavessr kill*. died eight days Uf r* tin ', "

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_Friday., December& 1935. THE ..tEADER.ENTERPRIS ___ ____ _Para Five

'. ', 1 ,:BASKETBALL SCHEDULE: I Redland Townsend ClubMecP Joni, ,We School peat J'11f11

II The Redland Rattler Dec.Oats Homestead Team PIaot.H0fM8te"j. '4311 Next FridayThe eveaing Until further Oao IS.notice meetings "

Dec. 11-Homertead Redland Townsend Club will be held so the second and "I
Dec 19- By JlU1IUE 1V. a&TllAWAY I.... T Miami' Edison Miami Homestead Townsend Hub, will month,official ftf th club laid yesterday
resume its meeting to the RedUad
tCharlie II..t 0-da M Fisher Redland {
FACULty PLAT cord .'<:. 11 Dent Lincoln Cawm, Didk Jan. 14-Open

The faculty of Itedland Farr Campbell, Joe Bill DuMond, PhilIp Jan. 17-IX Lauderdale F Lauderdale- ', ;
Hit School is to present 'The Benson iLt' ,;f" \ l J't/

Whole Towns Talking.a fire in, Third grade: Evelyn DoubenlVeedle /, Jan. 21-Miami Sr. High Upland ITOOLSD;k _,,: Ii
three Kit, ,next "Wednesday, PTC Compan, Carla Hob o.. Jan. .34-Open
11 at I p. an, ,Ann Jgkkson, Alice Kirk Nellie Jan. 23-..Ponce: de Lena Jleduuidi agis 1=-
Anita taut, the ....1IItIIcn:, to Uqyd. Willeta Thompson Edith: Jan. Jl--Open
was ol Ameries's foremost hum Hampton, Anne Grant.. 4. S. Grit Feb 4-Id*, it .Fitter Miami
oriiU. ;She started 'writingwhen' tin, Junior JOmf, Milton: Pye. .,Balch
the Was wary young ud ha teen, Second grade: Bake Dent, Irene Feb. 7-MlamlIdiw: ,'
throwing the world Into Ate of Ce3c.OtarJotta Murray. Either Ku- rb. 11. Open To Please
feldt, Annie Laurie .
laughter. wr Sinn .atewart Barbara Web. J4
j -Tt Z nderdale
Hl whole-Towf Talking" s. Sooner, Maude Richie, Joy Jab Jt-Mlant k
High Miami
Le Bruo
without a doubt MM fit :the best Warren, Jester EdaUCampbell. Feb. SI-Open
play ever put ea it Aedland. { Caah, Leon Feb. 13- Pears de Leon HIM
The cancter arm: Henry ..Simtnogf -,I Edward, Clifford Powell Bertha ,
mwnifeurturer -Mr. Carl -x.th1een..Jacblln.. Gable .
Tint aside Feb. J.--Ditrict TournamentThe r
Wagner Harriet Stamen his : I..eNF-Flta.Hup, :
!irons, their daughter-Mr*. Wra. ol Smith, Grace Burry, Margaret : classes are 1>uy >
Bradley; Chester Binney, Sim Gaby, Miriam Holmes,Betty LoU making eoDecUon of Insects and
mon's partner Mr. M UL Bradley; farah VJhten. Virginia Wallace.TO classifying tboLLEGAL !
Letty Lythe, movie actress, Mill TOOLS
M. Goodman; Donald Sw.l1ti tno-
tion picture direetorw-Mr. T. Lie( !student government wa voted 6 .QonIe oe- !
armors; Roger Shield, a young upon by the student of Senate as CIowooIt c .. 11,4011, Iw.I. ,eats t..H,..IaNeW.......i 1
Chicago blood-Air. Paul Baker; High School and the seventh and dd 8.ld.N dMebi Me HAN 411ft.MArte4 from our i
Lila Wilson, a friend of tlhelMr : eighth grades, and this vote proveath.t ; ;':'TKUa:: .lowl.UW "411"- liel1iITU'a ..
*. Magee, Sally Otto, a friend student government wa I. .

of Ethel -Mr*. Partee; Annie, a wanted. .. It bal_'f....'I: the... ..lfida./t.... ....,...._.. Store
Two e.ta.
maid-Mr*. Daniel;radio Bloom. representative from .ach ... ItIe" Hand .... thet
Mr Vlhlen; taxi driver, Mr. C. room were elected and 'then off l. s thereto wiss 01.".Ma:.a. bearalM Dd..d.at of the.
cars were elected from N_
R. Cutterldge. among the V-04 New y....., Matt
This play la exceptionally hu- representative The -officer hr bat t..ldenet....... r .,...-. -.. the"add.w......'"
tnorou and well acted. It 1* directed president, Marjo Macey, '1lf.IIiohi.a. .1...N w4.l11aes a. know._to your .
by Mr. Wagner. The ad- president, Roy Campbell; of the wares '1'..._ New York It 'I '

minion 1* S3 cent for everyone. Quids tary Ethel Robert; are:1 of k 1M,41010, a ---1 talker or Assn snt.ukr. ., ..._.10....".. Most men are builders at heart.... and when i
SECOND MONTH iJoNOB.&OUtSenIor The other -representative are: : :: .-:: ..:.:: :.':"'Cf. -:' they work they like good tools An ideal gift

clan: Tvonne Vrothero Angeline Welsh, Mary S. WllUams nerd saw--z.:tthh.t"h.\-= 1
:Marjo: Macy, Emily Payne, Vlr- .Glen Glidden,Warren W Oed, f.--an UI 01, ::; .sow oeM_... for the man with the home workshop is to give t

p.ta Junior class.: Mary Fisher. Emily Billy Hilton Engel,, Cohen JH Jorie Leggett Campbell, Lanelle i Cowatal.tStd'1.........-. ......4wd.adaa", sakAllitmeir OIDEUD..be....and. Bill he.that.II Jim some finely tempered tool that he will cherish I

Sophomore class: Margaret'Alfcrlght Rogers, Carolyn CeanplNO,! Sea,,. nth, Me 0wr.d.I aa.a.n.e 1 Oils,
Mary J:. William*, Betty Clyde Chambers, LeRoy Jackal, .N..3-ice babas '.b..tkrawaa r .d ,eta. Nn..Stn for years. Let us auwict you hi e1ectioit.
a.a..d .
Blake. Mildred Cox. Alice Sue Mary Engels, Lillian Andrews art be said JIo' & I
Glen Glldden Gordon It fail-.. .....e "t .der .
Cross Jack w .h
What ,.
I Turner, Kenneth Hawk. REMAND VMS soak .ea lot ..a.--' ...tow......_. a ; ;
Freshman clan Alma Jane I The Redland basketball telfe I,Parer nit awarhd Doe.I M_sold o..at, sad ..... HOMESTEAD HARDWARE CO.r
XJndgren, Margaret Griften, Emily again defeated Homestead. Tort lie I Clnak L&TllSaIlAJI, CIertI et t3or
Kngel: Dorothy Grant, Louise w wa Close, 27-23. Redland Cooore.
I P. J.
Yates, Elizabeth fca e.. I' meet Homestead Main next CNrak CIoa14. D.auy CIonL J.C.WYNN, Owner
Eighth grade Howard Cnu e. Thuradoy night Dee n."mil time ,ulIeIooro IW'AN.: f.. ; ... f'
Seventh grade:.Lillian Andrew* ='game will Ore played In ... 4.C..eteh I" 10. 27 ;eRedD. I... II !
Mary Engels.Slkth I
trade: Lela Boll Lama:
The Junior claw wishes to tales
Gomel, Jewell Hodge, Muriel' this
opportunity thank
Lett H. A. Amon, Blair Hickson.
people of Redland and
Carl Llndgren, J A. Murphy, Wil- who
supported their
play by
bur Peeplea, Marie Basher, Sophie
Borgardt, Nellie Cash Myrtle reports
I The Fertilizer That
Cuon, Jeannette Cox. Rita Dent,
Marjorie Fogle JaneGrant, J,r profit deserves Charles much Turner credit.The as tImer,I
Nellie Slagle.
play, "Elmer" and "Why
Fifth I
grade: Faye Campbell
Teacher Go Nuts",
were directed
Kiriteea Torbert, John Bennon, by the Junior Sponsor M... aI LvMegee
Martha January, Jane Brown, Lee .
Gladden. I MOLDS
The junior class also wishes to .
Fourth grade LamarGriffin,'I thank the Homestead Furniture ,
Ralph :Jtoulenaon, Richard Sum-
Co. for its kindness in lending the
jnon, Johnnie te Andrew Mir- furniture
pret Stillman, Kathleen '
Wagner. i
Third and fourth grade: Beverly Herman Byer' broke his leg When Put in the Soil :
: Burkhardt, Kathleen Campbell. playing football ,during physical ,, .
Melba Collins, Verna Andersen,' education juried 'JhtonOay, fie

Xtonald Graff Lydia Borgardt,1 WM taken,te th-doctor tIT Mr.1 ., ,
Leonard Greer, Irving Hooker Wagner : .

I .." Redland Brand Fertilizers contain materials that

Iii gore's, Tested Seed I the plant needs. The materials that go in our mixtures'

r ,carry: all of the 21 elements necessary for normal plant

When you think of buying your seed, think of I growth jilus the bacteria necessary to make the plant

\ THE LGORE SEED CO All of our seeds are, food available.. Notice the crops where Redland Brand ;

tested for ,e..mtnattoJand., trueness to typebdcn.7eel' I
Fertilizers used.
i are

or them to'&e grove fli .. .... ......<4. .. .. __

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When you'l>uy URED-IOTE: ,seeds you. ,bay I, '
the standard of quality.
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:, I 1'oridaat'CoastFeilie'C :

When better seeds art Drae.Xiit0.ir ids grow fbie II ;f.0I.; I : MANUFACTURERS

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'' Rlx :THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, December 6. 19M. i.
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Memorial Service Held Cub Pack Goes :
For William IJatchelor I In Boy Scout Forest I '

FROMC. 1 i A memorial service tor Wm. The Rev. A. A. Koestline, cub I ; I,
i Batcheior me held Friday m the I master took ten member of the
Florida City' Free Methodist cub pack, pre-ecout organisation
VAN IIYNING I Church of which he wa a charter -I on an overnight camping trip to I
member. the scout forest on North Krome ,
I last Friday morning. He was assisted *
Following the which
from I Den Chief Clarence !
Continued Page One) Mrs. by
was presented: prayer by
Chas T. Harper for couneflnum Brook Froscher and Scout Eugene Bell
tSabeth : remark by the H
Tom Harris, Frank Rut E C. pastor; Mr*. Edith Tamblyn readIng and frank Skill, Jr. ":;r
Chronlstor, Frank Webb J. O. The cub Included: Fred Hobart,
> of Gladys Dean poem, Welcome -
Wynn, Jot 1. Burton. Dr. FnmkHaiuman Home", by Mrs. J. B. New- Fred Rhodes, Q. Lowe Perry William -
T. A.. Flatter, C. W. ton; tribute by Mrs. R W. Mul- *. Johnny Little Harry Bow- cado OOPS b. Gl RLSit
Little, B. W. Morris. 1:. H. Oalta- llns Mrs. Jessie Payne. Mrs. Ray I **!, Chas. Robertson, Roger Glenn,
her and N. T. McCourtney.After Goodlng, Mrs. Jas. Cook, Mrs.Newton .I Albert Byrum and Lester Archer.
I The cub pack I it composed of
an announcement by Ben I Mr Brook and Mr'
Archer, president of the Redland Mae Moss; obituary notice read by boy ten and eleven yean of age.I
Any boy of that who are Interested -
I age
District Chamber of Commerce Mrs. Cook; and statement of details
that the chamber was sponsoring of death read by Mr. Tamblyn are Invited to join said
dedication of the municipal, airport I New member received into Mr. Koestllne.
on DM. 11 and request that the church after the aerrTcefcwere: : A two-night camping trip will
the p1Oll'IObe given official ap- Mr*. Cook Mrs. Oooding. Mr. be taken. during the Christina I
proval or disapproval, the council Newton, Harvey and Jay Newton holidays.SERMON
voted unanlmoul endorsement and K: .A. Warren
A motion was alto patted commending tu.
at. id" .
the chamber tar its work, M. D. Eason New HeadOfNaranjaF.andA.M. I' TOPICS

and expressing complete confidence ., Santa Has Made
In the leadership of its officers -' HOMESTEAD METHODIST '
and director, and a standing CHURCH
M. D. &a1OQ-was elected worshipful This Store a Depot for:
committee compotd of Councilmen master of Palm vista Dee.. g-]Mcrnh* massager
C C. Chronltter, frank Htutman i
lodge No. 205, .. & A. M. at Na- "Universal Bible Sudaf by
and A. J. Campbell was appointed ranja, at a meeting held in the the .... a H. Cent**; special Bicycles VelocipedesPlay
to work with the chamber of commerce i mesh by the choir Eveningteeaatei
lodge.hall Monday night He succeeds
on project In which the A. C. Albright. Other off!. "Way Are We Wagons J.' Tricycles
city could be of auiitanot. :'
Here by palter;special asuahi. -
cer elected were: senior warden, .
On behalf of the chamber, Mr.' D. X. Baahor: junior warden J. R.I Roller, Skates Base/halls .
Archer thanked the council and Hlckson; treasurer W. H. Owens;i Dee. 11-nible study at 1St '
Mid that such e committee wouldbe secretary. Henry Behrens. F Baseball Bats Knives .
of great value--for Instance i Narana and Homestead Masons "
he said, In helping to acquire a'' will hold Joint installation at the I PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Flash Lights Guns
site for winter quarter for circuses Naranja hall on Dec IT. The third Dee. I-Sermon* by the
which the chamber to trying to degree will be conferred on several Rev.E. ... Nefeorf ef Atlanta at {
? bring to the Redland District f! candidate at this' meeting. It a. ... and ?440 p. ... i.
The committee appointed to tone errI .. Gifts.for Grown-ups .

the city for protection of residential Legion Park, railroad property, '
section against construction I cleaned up. He said that his department Fishing TackleElectric Refrigerators
of .
out-of-ground gasoline i .
would see that the park I '
tank or other iniurtnce-lncrcaslng 1* trimmed up In time for the air Guns 'Stoves':; *, .: ;
ot otherwise undesirable con.atruction. P
meet I r
,was given more time.
Aa ordinance prohibiting the I u-r : E Knives Dishes

{ riding of panengm.oq running'I "I doII't ," said Mr*; Hard- Sporting-Goods Tools ':<'
board or other outside.parts of castle' that til make a cake by the ._ ,
motor vehicle and providing penaltle -.I recipe that Mrs. Wlgton gave me. ..... .-
for both- rider.and driver r It will be too expensive.! The ego,i. I
violating, was given Its tI stand. alone will cost too much." ,
second reading. "Why" asked her husband.; :
w. W.DHORNECOinc; I :
Dr. Hausman, committeeman on "How many doe It want"
sanitation an4| park, announced "Eighteen-the yolk of nine and GeneralPublic
that he had made I formal request the white*, of nine."-Whitley Seaside -'
of the F C. C railroad to keep Chronicle. Utilities FRANK L. SKILL, Owner

Phone 507-J Homestead, Fla. '
H..nasleed. Phone..-..
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11936 Auto License Tags 1

s gem

Now on sale' j

r e

txiFjr in Homestead '"

H ;

Bay your tags early and help keep our schools .

open>All auto tag money.goes to the state school, 4tI
.ARMOUR'S Bit CntprUUMn gin '
} **y.a i aa extra wears f-plant lead "I I i 'fund .. w't.; .. -' : .

for Try dollar you .xprad. .IiI.4LI.Woa.to DaHujor : it
:plant tooth Nltrotvv HMwrhorie Add i.J I '

vmasj, iVUsli-AnMsurV Tontahr seamy minor andrecwadary .. .. I ':J\J\

plant and food the I: Applicants Must Bring Title .
,, Give year citrus vegetable crepe advantage ': '
of these minor and secondary plant f..da. Their :
'don't increase -year fertilizer roots but they can Certificates With. Them : .

I help you increase the yield aid improve the quality .... '
.f year citrus au retttaol cropo Well gladly ., '. .... .'
give yea sere information on .1MIIt..

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Friday, December 6. 1935. THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Pu Seven *vfl

,. t WWftving'. ...1II. IIiC NetN w. & T. u,Contest to BeHeld t
her* lefl Yarn: tot soaftA t
Sunday to resume their college hived recentttr tW winder. In Rcdland Sunday

In and Jlro.undHotnestead work at the University of Flor -
ida. Mr. and Mr*. >ffltU'Oe M..1IIIeWf .- tlM$ nest *; UM temperance! '

-- >.... Oath 00 h .....,r4ttton contact which the Red-

Mrs. Anna Baer of MkUteton, rIM gang sge trot to the Sll-. Land W. C. T. U. b sponsoring

Came. sHivs4 Monday ta pond versmaa property on South Broad throughout the district will 1M
the winter here. -,
I MId Sunday evening at 730: in l

Mr. and MM. the Redland Community Church
Ralph Demon of
I noM Mr. and Mrs Hobart Brockettof
There era five Junior high con
North Haven, Conn., and Mr. and I
C. E.Schaff returned to st. Louis Jackson Memorial hospital Tuesday North Haven Coon, have come
Mr* Freeman of Meriden, Conn.,ftgive :
Saturday after spending the and to still In a critical con to spend the season st thetr home arrived last \ :
week to spend the
Thanksgiving holidays with his son dition. winter here. The former la occupying Rev. M. A. Soper. pastor of the
and daughter-in-law Mr. and here.Mr. I church.
an apartment IB the Fred
and Mrs Arthur
Mrs It E. Schaff. Mrs W. D. Home and her daughter Kesslnger Brockett cottage and the latter, Principal L. B. Sommers of
of Caldwell W. Vs.,
Miss Elisabeth,who have spent are expected the Hobart Brocket garage apartment Homestead, Principal Carl Wag-
Win Krone who la a senior at the past five months In Atlanta, soon. Mrs. Kesslnger who spent on Eighth street I nor of Redland and Mini Marlon
th* r'4Jnlverslty of. Florida at several winters here ls a sister of
returned Tuesday. Miss Home Robertson ot Florida City will
Gainesville spent the Thanksgiving has been taking a beauty culture Mrs. Boyd Cohernour and Mrs. The W M S. of the Free Methodist -I serve M Judge Mr*. L. O Ruggta
Deny of Homeitead.
holiday with,his mother, Mrs course. Dandy will
Church has organized a mission preside
W. J. Krone.
The Ladies Aid of the Community study; and prayer circle which The Kev. L..Q. Adam will mX
Mr. and Mr*. Ernest' Motley of Church held Its December will meet each Tuesday; at 1:30.: a short address, Alt are Invited ', 4
A.G..Johnson of Palmetto visit,i Greenville, N. (1, spent Friday at meeting Wednesday afternoon at to attend.
ed Mr.and Mr J,.A,McNeiU from,
Harry Gregory of Texas has
the home of Mr. and Mr, Joe B, the home of Mrs. Chas. Clinton.
Wednesday till Friday. H*.is Mrs. Byrum. come to spend the winter at theJ. Missionary SpeaksTo
McNeill' brotherinlaw.Mr. I H. Dixon '
I home.Mrs
The) Woman's, Foreign' Missionary Redland League
Richard an;Margaret Hoist At Society of the Community
and Mrs. Ham Smack of: Edyth Tamblyn,Mrs. Eliza!
Chapman Tteld returned .home Church will meet at the home otMn.
Berlin, Md, came.last week ,to I beth Brooks and E. A. Wvrea attended Mn. Alice ROM Mace who la
R. J. next Wednes
'Sunday after a four-day visit with Shepherd where she
1 back from China
spend the winter with Mr*.Smack'ssonlalaw << a birthday fathering for now
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. day;
and daughter Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Eakins at the home of served aa a missionary for 14years
Getf. W. Hose!. la Badland. -
wa the speaker at the Ep-
Urs. W. U. Batt Theywere Hubert Ltndaey Mr. and Mrs. B. Carlton ot Miami
boy preacher
orth League of the Redland Community -
to Homestead Mrs Thursday evening.The
brought by ,
win conduct services at 3:30
Mr. and Mr*. Jos.,M. Saunders Church bat week. She
Smack'i and daughter-in-law
son ;
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Holston. of of Fort Lauderdale and their children 8 o'clock Sunday evening at W. w r.C. class of the brought with her an exhibit ot
the Methodist Church.
Berlin who with their children,! Florence, George Cynthi .. Community Church Sunday School curios.
Hilda and Myrtle, left for their Fay and Yvonne, ,visited Mrs. Mr. and Mrs-W. L Street of gave a benefit play at the city hall The league I* directed, Mr.
Saunders brother and sister-in-
hem Tuaday evening. I and Mrs. Gotch Kuteldt
on Monday .
law, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Coral Gable and Mr. and Mrs.T.
C. Hayes of Evansvllle!: Tnd,
o Low, Jn ttedland Friday.Mr -
Mf and. Mr* Chas. Sprinkler were recent visitors at the homeof
announce) the birth of an ,eight Mr and Urs. Edward StlUng.
and three-quarter pound daughter, and Mrs. W D. Coker and '
Margaret Frances, on Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. 3. T. Martin, and Emil Grlesbach Colllngswood,I A GIFT

Dec. 4, at the Post Graduate their children Miss Nellicma and Ontario, Canada, is spending the,
Elmer: visited from ThanksgivingDay
hoipitaL winter with Jill parents jar. and
o fall Sunday at the homes ot Mn. Robert Grletbach. THE
Herman Byers, fifteen-year-old I Mrs Coker brother in Fort My I

,, :Redland high school boy, broke 'ers and Atv. From Monday till I John Scharti and S. Cerrulo of j e
his left kg basketball practice 'Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Coker r
Brooklyn, N. Y., and A: Cerruleof I
Monday. He I* a patient in tb visited their son and daughter-in Bloomfield, N. 3, left Wednes. I
law, Mr and Mrs. J... Coker, IB
Post graduate hospital this week
day after a short visit with Wends I i
South Miami. here; ,
The Rev and Mrs. A. X Koest- -
line attended-a district-conference ;Mrs. M s.'-Eason who has been Mrs. M. a Frye of Miami lets "
of pastors at Fort Lauderdale yes Visiting a son and daughter-ln a Florida City visitor Wednesday

_.terday.. i j law In WaycKoas, Oa., for the past -- .
tour'month*' ha* returned to her c
Mr. and Mrs Robert Barnes pi I M'
\ Miss Antoinette More returned horn aim Prmcetorn A granddaughter Connecticut are expected to arrive c
Monday -Irom Daytona Beach Mis Louis' Eaton, returned shortly to spend the winter her.
where ah* spent -fIve day. with With her to visit until I

: Mill Ann Copped; Christmas. W. C Alvin of Loretta, Tenn, .f I J:
U a guest of Mr. and Mrs Frank I
Archer Smith who i* attending Germain. '
the University of Florida at FLORIDA CITY

Gainesville spent the Thanksgiving Mrs, W. W. Bevery, Corrtspeafaot

holiday with his parents, Dr. ._......._..... I L fNOWONO *wgrtlt
and Mrs J. A. Smith. TMC gOO SJASKf W|
M. E. Sever who has been ill for \GET ruL-o-Pt i A Simmons Studio Couch
Bonnie Caple ts In the Post several week is able to be up this JCGO MASH t

Graduate hospital suffering froman week.

Infected throat. Helen Schrader small daughter : I HOMESTEAD FURNITURE CO. }

Mr E. J. Dyal's sister Mrs ; of Mr. and Mrs. Frits Schrader I
Irene Atkinson of Coral Gables is recovering from a one-week ill-
.'underwent a major operation In I ness.i i! Phone 41 I



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i Div rit wn'iaTrl *a-aecastoined to using. Subject ben UM, feed that, will help
them lay wore big,easily mar Registered Land Surveyor '
it to all tesir- wet'soil dr soil. Allure ,
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Phone 27 Homestead, Flak Ii Homestead, Fla. ,i I M Coconut Grove

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Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday December -6, 193&

I Social 'Events in South Dade"I' '


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a party on Thanksgiving evening
Mr Alberta Carter pmident to her. the sixteenth anniversary of her plan wr made this week: pointed 'to make Arrangement fOr

of the IWbskah Assembly*f Florida i I After the lodge session apple I birth, by her.parents, Mr. and Mrs. for the charity ball which the Junior it
mad her official visit to Liberty .pic, cheese and soft* were served J. Z. dose. Woman' Club of homestead Those who wish to go to Red-
Bebekak jtodge Monday downstairs in the dining room. daD to deliver the book and
Partners for the evening; wee win
give Saturday night al MId
BiotnMX Other honor lUlllta included: ,
evening when election at cards. In toc- toy the members are providingfor
Mrs rm Arnf laid, Aieaauwr of found by matching week ,Mi the: Homestead Country i
held. the children there will
tI.", on .f the .fame played meetat
Mr*. Cart JBUehey Was .letdaobl the Bebekah Assembly; Mn. Jennie Robed: Cave won the Jirat poles Club. At a meeting of the club the offIce of Miss Bradley at
wand; Urn. Margaret Cay, Bore, pact president; Mrs. and Mia Marybella Albb, ib Monday evening Mrs. G.M. Son-' 1 O'clock Dec. 22, It was Oeclded.
vice-grand; Mrs. Blanch Chapman Goldie Wolfe chairman cot vn- consolation rlza. Punch wa nichken and Mn. Joel J. Robinson Mill Grace Hobson, Mn. Oxford
recording secretary; Mrs. en; Mr. Janette CruJl, pact .con served thraughent the evening.On wet appointed by Mia Eloise and Mrs. L. B. Danzey were '*p-
Florence Ptcettt. financial secretary ductor of UUwOa;; Mr*. JJellie Bradley, president, Mn. Gertrude Capllnger BlIP, past conductor of Florida; -the dining room table were Pearl Whitaker, the chairman .f, Mr*. Robinson uggete4 th.tftoil
treasurer; Mr*. Cora Bell Grin- I Mr Trolls Kennedy D. A P.; blue ibatfcetewith tarmaH. sunning the dance icominitt, and Miss member -contribute a penny,
old, trustee; )(N. CipUnger, xepmentauv > i Mrs Blanch Chapman: P. D. D. to thcenter .f ith* table ,Inei Branch. each meeting for a Cower fund
to the Rrbekah ,.*- i P.; Carl Kllchcy, D. D. a M.; where eachguest's fortune lay Mn. Marvin Shaw,Min Dorothy and her suggestion "wa adopted.
embly Mrs. Xhdma Radtord, alternate I Claus Grlnold. P. D. D. O. M.; S. arady tor him to draw. Deden Mad Mrs..Edward Brooker, New members accepted were:
: Mr*. Mamie JernlgM r. Cart P. J3.D. a M,; Mrs. Emma Mia Close tilew out 'the candle Jr., were named ..i ,a hospitality Mn. W. B. 2ave: *, Jr., Mr*. Can-
recommended candidate for flli Meyn, P. N. O. Mr*. Nellie On her birthday cake after each ;committee.The ry Mrs Herbert Turner, Ma.
Met ,deputy |...*hlent Wright P.K. O.; Mrs. Sarah Stor- guest had made a wish. DevtT club:voted to give a donationto Theodore X Sister:, JIIN. Smoker,
Five dollar was given ,to the i er, P. N. G.; Mrs. Elmira Martin, food cake with whipped cream and the Christmas cheer fund, and Mid Thelm Turner Miss Dorothy
president for her home fund and 'P. H a and Mrs Ida.Can, P. K.a. cherries was "!'veil. I Mr*. Wm. John was appointed to Deden and MIa Louise Tenntog-

m crystal console set wa presented !. Present beside those mentioned serve with the general Christina
were'Mra.: Ivan Moser, fls* Alice I cheer committee ton.Present .beside those named
WOMAN'S CLUB OF HOMESTEAD GIVES Davis, Mill Elizabeth CapUnger, A Christina party for member were Mn. Gwendolyn Moore,
I I MIll Helen Bradley, Miss Naomi will :be held In the Country Club>> Mr*. E. A. Buchanan, Was\ Miriam
THANKSGIVING PARTY IN CLUBHOUSEThe I Davis, Mill flout Gordle Miss I Dec. 27, It wa decided, and hales I Burton, Mix line Beviz, Miss
Marybells Glbbs, Miss Frances TVhttaker, Mrl. Harold Oxford Mary Bradley and Mia Alice Hob-
Thanksgiving party given, coffee; war served. tebney, Misses Helen and Grac and Mn.Herbert Turner were announced son.
by this Woman'Club -of Homestead -: Mr*. Frances Diuenbury of New Field, Hiss Mary Banaon, Miss I .. ,
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in Its clubhouse wi one of York, one of the guests, offered to Florence Pancoajrt, Min .Jan but the meeting Place' LEMON AUXIUAKT
model vnto write an account of the party If Little Misses
Mill Leola
the most interesting Draper, and date will "be decided at the ADDS TO VETEXANtf CHEER
The building was each one present would furnish Jo Close Lester
of the season. Edwina and Mary '
O. E. S. meeting!: In the L O. 0.14hall The American Legion Auxiliary
decorated with Christmas vine, five adjective descriptive of the Cokez Charlie Little, Robert' tonight at a ,meeting in Legion hall Wednesday -
and a* the evening wee chilly afire prfer and of those fmmi. The' laves..Tommy Collins James And afternoon voted town two
glowed to the fireplace and result, when she lead It, wsjunlqu Lloyd Field Hermit Cibbs, Alula JPreaent town: Mi*.I. B.Hardee the '-veteran' hospital
dollars to
:mad the Visa l mr clo*erfna. *,humereus And clever. Cud I Bridges, Clyde McClendon, Alton Mn. Wayne Calkin. Mr*. W M, for &he veterans to-
at City
.J:. J:. Mn.
Hollister Sage gave a talk on game followed. HAM. Eton: Saul and Albtitlolnte BredlerMr .Altman, baeeo fund and ales to md 'Thanksgiving In the days ..f the:! tfreatuit beside those named *. L t. Davis, .Mr: Tumor; Jar' '
for the veteran
Puritan A presidential memory MrwMr..and Mrs.A.J. Ennls: Mr.4' J Branch Hiss Helen Livingston ibave .ot money
test followed and Oilier 'PmeLA.Thz and Xte*. S. F. Matthews, Mr. and AJtCMC a.GIl'O CIA= and Wi** Asian* Turner : Christmas Present wrf VIM Vm. J.'
at. Mr Gee X. Reed Mr. and Mr.1,
Mai. ,
Mn. H. SL Ewing ;and Sao MeOwady, Mr. and Mr*. .XJL AD ASTRA CHAPTER .
The Areme dub met*t the home Harold Bheff l4. Mr*.Mowing: .,
Mrs. Harry: D. VfeHt. bad a&8o'ned Wan Marten, Mr. and Mrs. Win 0 CZftOVnOBK8\ TONIGHT .
Branch .
at Mrs. IS. -G last: week. I Mn. Geo. W. Turner Jr., Mr*
to have a bottfln and bawl Mjyen, Mr J... M. Dobbin, MILl After Via business meeting* soMal Th Ad.Antoa Chapter nt the D., Don rather and MUt Ruth...
the "wtemes" routed soar *b* 3L X. Shepherd, Mn. Ora Neff' hour wa.enjoyed. Mn. Geo' E. II.'W1U,haldita camel ll ctien "
coal, -but because ..at-i gets !hat KM. Calherlo Roller, Miss Jea-! W Turner won the mystery of off IMS*thU evening at a o'clock Member .of the choir of the
them roasted In the fireplao' Ale lobdOll, Mrs IX WA Sheta--- package, Jn Ih Odd Fellow h aLAn First Baptist Church -ewjoyed u
Pickles, pottage cne*** and Jot JIM, Mr Sage and E. A. Ertnl : Officer of the club will be elected -- member an urged to *. oyster supper to the Sunday schoolrooms

t at the next meeting, it wa an., present last night
.. '. SEVEN nOM

Tl.,' Homestead P.-T. A. Will Mr*. J. R. Byrum, Mn. C N.
i ,i\(' Its December meeting on 'I Walker Mrs. P B. Bird, Mrs. T E.
[I'M< ,tiny Afternoon at S:!0 o'clock. Kirby Mrs. H. J. Davis, Mn.Trank .118 PRIZESTO
'\\(I pupils In the public speaking ,Tttusnum and Mn Wm.
department Joe and Jud Bradley attended the Democratictea
I'uht, *UT give ChrtaUnai readnf at the home .of Mn Jules A.
a group of grammar school Abraham In Coral Gable Mon-
pupils will sing Christmas carols, day afternoon. ,
D E. Moemaw will ting, and I r*-'
presentitlve of :the Dade County' BE
Tuberculin Association will makea A '
brief talk. i wave in :your hair

At a meeting of the executive: ,
commute Tuesday bill for wicks AWAY
net keraene for school hasten GIVEN
.w. wdendpaid cad an .UO
bill for paper towels seas"pmv-: ;
.d. On Jnmdnd ong jh1
were orilsd.
Mrs. I. It Byrwn vice-presi-
dent presided. Announcement' I PRiZES
was mad Df the appointment of 9di19'
'Mra. 1.andoQ Carney is secretarj; Said luria, Curls Catrla2 FOR
vend Mrs i VT. English a* ways : tM1rs'
and mean chairman TM Wtr. Vase*.. .*. *..' ; \
Mtds el raw....and yMrawvYou

B. aVWD !. W. C. TO RAT NA"...-.daaasd Owl .ee..a sea-.Ares'.....' f Awrsded to girl* and bo (I',to IS, year rid) / ,

POT LUCK DINNER TODAY ........1 0. Eagles ...-, seesri g.......,.amber ef vote fat the Recall Bejra'i '
At I:JO this averting n Bbir* Mesa are ,lies Wide .e.ai.ai L LI
sad GIN lanlisl. Veto *. b devoted at .a
of the Homestead 'Bunlne and Eagles a.i... see mn as A. t

Professional "S.*...nt. Club ,winmeet I:'= = ::=, CWIiIuJI Dai.

at the home of Mr*. U L. ............* \
Bow, the president,Jbr.'pot luck
dtent*. VOTES cast-at.THit Drw.Jitar..entrt YM set m wte to each jenny (U)
Th dinner 1* given In honor of IBS! bier &p spent on a Borchaae at the KexaU Store! Mothers, Father), Aunts, Uncles or
3tta. 7raftOtI1S. Pmeiibmj she isvt i -.....,... bqyiajr at the Recall Drug Store can cast totes for yJ< >(>teat
Have juoa Ion tier Item in laser: bay*.tlbeas .waste Taw name on a ballot and pat it In the box.


I. RRska saran tVae4SsalU L ScadcerJUpky 1L Stays RobertaJUnmy ,
M N. ckonC AVENUE Lesko D"War >II. .la4Ja Geiger L ......teCtosidM IS BwrlaCharle "
-- .I S.B.,., Vtajtes W ttw, tkv. G"&a Howard I. Bobby SraaSmbarg Btrmmker '
L Alone .* BfiIB 14. 'I'1ItrIcI.a Aar D..a *. JMeUeCamer 1C JIoete Martin
L Cewat CaeayhdJ. u. Tousle "I'WIIe1I'' S. Oen Beyneld IS. Bois B1nIJer
THCRM1QUE MaaiB* Walker M. Margaret Sensed 0. Donald Neater II. Gouge John
2. Patsy swift K. Jnee AnnantS. T. Billy WaltonS. 17. Webster WUUaJM'
TUB M nauM.mo.. &F KKMANCNT WAVING .. Marilyn Settee. Tbclma.CbUwet Billy n.1bWMM IS. Gerald Andrew
P. MllfrW .every IS. Lmrta Strioklud e. Jackie Jennea 1*. cart Smith
Croquignolc Spiral Combiaatlan $6 $7 II. DwthyKJHi .... Aaac Faster I*. LJ... Irwin M. Warn Lawrence

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Friday, Decembers 19 5. THE LEADER ENTERPRISk Pair Nine

AUXILIARY HONORS "" The p. L.endd T Outs made Mr an*Mr*. N. O Baal gave a i

RET. E. L NELSON] I plans Tuesday (or a Christmas tree amity dttfier party at their home I'
I Members of the Presbyterian program i* the L O. O F hud inDe e't Thwilsgivlng Day. Covers'
I Woman's Auxiliary held a recep W. Officer will bar tWvuti >f .me *-id tot Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Social Events 1' lion for the Rev. E. L. Nelson of I fix next regular sneeuut _'.. .. 'Hissed, Mr. Mid Mrs. Oe*. i o I
Atlanta Thursday afternoon at Present were: Mn Edl'ji tt.'..., C. Wow W Redland Mr. and Mr I
%Palm Lodge the home of Mr. and Mm. Thelma Radford, Mn.ld.udS1'Inmont It P. KiMis. Pl v '",mber. l ,
__.-.r Mn H. W. Johnston. I Mm CM Belle Grlnet f% "..r ." who vi, ,te .t and t.
Mn Johnston and her granddaughter and Mn Gertrude Chplinger. ireeteer Ir
Miss Rose Caves, served -- --
PRESIDENT or W. M. 8.Mr I HOSTESS TO DORCAS CLASS a salad course II r .. _::
*. P. B. Bird was elected The Dorcas Sunday school class
president of the Women' Minion of the Pint Baptist Church' met Earlier in the afternoon the I .
try Society of the HomesteadMethodist at the home of Mn C. T. Harper auxiliary had a study period conducted i
Church at a meeting Tuesday afternoon. Mn. H. Collier by Mn. L. O. Rugglet Would You Like...
held Tuesday afternoon In the led to the devotional Mrs. Other present were Mrs. C.
Choreh Mn J. D. Redd was reelected T. E. Kirby assisted Mra. Harperin Ben Plummer, Mrs. Tom Baird, I a photo of a friend or a dear one for
Mr R. Y. Mrs. K. K. Clark
corresponding _tar,.. serving refreshments. Burr ,
Mrs. A. P. Arthur. Mrs. P. D. Christmas ?
officer elected a keepsake
The were Mrs. J Other present were: Mrs C. N. I
Blake. Mrs. Jackson Mrs W. C
E. Davis, vlce-prealdent; Mr*. J. Walker, Mn. W. E. Lewis, Mrs. A.
Fritter and Mrs. A A.
A. McNeCH, recording' seer tary; D. Smith. Mrs H. J. Davis, Mrs.N. .
Mn. E S. Captlnger, local treasurer J Fleming; and Mrs. J. ByrunvwTMTtTciRCLE REDLANV AnTlO SERVE Well Then... '
; Mn. A. B. Slafle, general ,ANNUAL SUPPER: TONIGHTThe ,
treasurer; Mn A. S. Moye, publicity *."
THREE Ladles' Aid of the Redland you know that some one would be
and literature chairman
; CHANGE MUTING: TIME Community Church win have it*
Mr Pan Williams World Outlook Circle Three of the Women1 annual supper and Christmas bazaar pleased to hare one of you.
chairman; Mn. John Wirflam. ,
this evening. Supper will begin 11 4 '
Missionary Urton at the First Baptist
applies ebairman; Mr*. Dexter
at < o'clock.:
Church met Monday st the
Smith, social service chairman; Mn. Thos. Brewer is president
horn of Mrs. W. E, Lewis and
Milt Jennie! Lobdeil mission study voted to change the of the society and Mn. P. W. Still-
meeting day
chairman. from Monday back to Wednesday.Mn. man has charge of the sapper. W. H. WOODS ?

The nominating committee was H. Collier the circle leader,
composed at Mr*. J. L Bollard, presided Photographer Jeweler
Mn H. L BI'I.I9IIMn.. Chester The CalendarDee. t
MM W. T. McConnell and Mrs.
Redd and Mn. Mollie Whigata. MeCRORT
S. L. West gave two chapter of *-S.dland Zaniest Aid
A Week of Prayer program wa
the mission study book, "The Conquering I
,Christmas. nipper and bazaar at e
given and an offering for home Christ" Mrs. Lewis led
and foreign mission WM taken. the devotional Redland Woman's Club 1>>
Des 6-Pot luck dinner uIMln"1
Othen present were Mn. W. iness and Professional
W. M. V. HOLDS D. Colter, Mr*. J. Tom Vann, Mn. Club at home of Mr. L. L NO OTHER WASHER
ALL DAY MEETINGThe J. R.' Pope, Mrs. Mary Petsch and '::30.
W. M U. ot the Pint Baptist Mr S. A. King.. Dec. 8-O. E. S. election of officers
Church held an all day meeting lnJ.0.0.F.
Offers the B Great
in the church Wednesday in CAROL WALKER Dee.Eplacopal Woman's
observance of the week of prayer HOSTESS TO & A. Auxiliary covered dish luncheon:
for world-wide minion A covered : The O A. met with Carol Walk at home of Mrs. Edw. Stlllng at 1 NORGE Features
dish luncheon wa served in I er Tuesday afternoon, and Mn. Pen
the Sunday school building at Bert Andrews wa in charge since Dee. 1-W.Il. S. plant and food *
noon. the leader, Mnr. C. L Gault could sale In Flowers building.Dec. .

Mrs. Prank Irwin presented the not be present Following the Garden Club meeting -FUTMn-IMf MlT TIIIsml.swu"
following program in the fore business session and a study session with Mrs. Elberta Bute.
noon: prayer, Mr*. C. N. Walker;i Mr*. Andrews told' the storyof Dee. IB-Business meeting of BMMeSW WpPWW MMMf. mom

explanation of the day's plan and; Lotthr Moon's life. Woman' Club of Homestead in Costs

goal Mn. J. Tom Vann; talk en i lit little tasteta assisted: Co- rtriKHMo at 1:3f p. m. !IdeM.all to letter Meaaatsg.WWT ..
tattle Moon Christmas offering, nan Vane served refreshment Dee. lo- -teed P.-T. A.
Un. Irwin appeal for foreign mission -, to those present: Mabel Ruth meeting<< at MO In Nevn King ''"1-'''' titled

board and prayer, Mr Julia Pope Mary Lola Claxtoa, Edna Cooper School .............1tNIat 11111114.
!H>lk; ,story .- Unexpected, Porte, Marjorie Conner, June Dec W-Pet lack luncheon "
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Christmas Guest"', Mr*. Bert An- Vann Mary Ellen Bearing, Mavlt meeting of members of Mmhrterta -
draws; talk "Thank for the Day Watts, Catherine ,Craves, June AanetaUo and their wives stXoesHine1 balls" Wiesen of gdstbg $1100110-
t t Prayer-, Mrs. Vans; talk "La-' Cheshire;. Barbara Jean IfusleV, home.De Mats sM NOsN b testy ita.M .

fc )w Together JHTlthG4. Kn.H. .. Merle Jenkins' and'.ontse-jear- : ., 11+Kedland faculty play lUll-Nr at host I hate
Sage; and several Lymas.Mew irig. "The Whole' Town's Talking"Dfff. .
Chester B. Sounder presented W Woodmen' Circle election <- mtrtt Citricf
the toneo programwMefc w.bL .. TO HOLD BALK meeting at Walter homo. it Ma/tos steal sad tssiNb
consisted ol the- following SATURDAY MORNING S p. so.Dee )
wmbertr1' prayer Mr TD.' ..:Sam y>.M. ..** IX HoSMeteaA 14 -PresbrteriM Auxiliary' See daanxeainl esdqU -
Plche; talk. Tithe Withheld' M..E. Church,.will, hold a. sale ot rummage sale in Goulds. le these pen haring *akfc auk
Mr*. S.: U West; talk,. Bapti > potted plants faacy.. work and Dee 14-Junior Woman's Crab the NOKGI SVs mea ........
thy of Prayer Around tile Worid", pees and :cokes Satardor in the of Homestead charity ball st aaoss ecaeosdnt......a Yoe ast4otas
Mr* Andrew; tory, "Ready to Flowers building at North Krome Homestead Country Oub. reads a.e.a L,s.as.aaery,s.w a buy. Avaflable easy pajraMaia,
Suffer Hardship, MM. O. A. and Third street Dec. 14 Woman's Club of
Wet; tory, "When They Saw," Thou who have articles to donate Homestead bazaar and rummagesale NORGE SHOP
Mr W. E. Lewis; story, Mr*. Aav are asked to bring them there .to arcade. HOMESTEAD

drew.; closing prayer, Mrs. Satin I I Saturday morning. Dee. 28-1'- L. T.._Club. meeting M NORTH KROME AVENUE i

den.Mn. ,
Walker will have charge: '
of tad.,'* Meeting of the .odat)'. 'I
Others present Wednesday were MRS. LABORS., Prep.

Mrs T.%. ltJrb). Mr*. A. D. Smith SUNDA DINNER 50e- :- WINTER RATES
)tn. H. A. Davis Mm S H. Pitch, VEGETABLE PLATE ale CLUB BREAKFASTS! BP ''

ma Wright NOW IN EFFECT.

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the Physical Culture Hotel more than .iiuifactanr delightful lAd
chaining sttaosphert of friendliness and good ftuowihip.ThoiuMd .

of holds seekers have found the magic key at this Imdluuoo .
where nitoral methods, as developed bT] Serrate Mtofkldoi. ,'
Brooker 'Lumber Co. Inc. are exclusively used. No drugs, medicine or operations Results
second through moderate exercise diet, eliminative processes, sun. ,
mitt, stetm and electric baths, footings and manipulative I III.. ...*.
All mdM Ik* supecriuon of trained health expats.
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'. WlMrr raw are extremely tW.-no e>tns-almost as loexpemire
..,tj"-i'\. as staying at home and a good lime every III IIIIte. Congenial SUM
:j. j.; .. mndtngs, eateraumnenti exercise kilm, S|' cts, aoaatUed food,
warn rooms, raXul ...,. Yes will lake this bouLlaakoyow

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....--- l' frrII those who haft been absent with how' It 1*. run its purpose and
' I I the mump back In school. High 4-11 Club Its value, we present this second

fact, the school welcome back .*..l. Utile chapter, of explanations.;
Homestead High school Hews those that were sick. I CHAPTER H
::;- I After chapter began spreadingall
I morning when through different parts of the.
LITTLE On Wednesday the pupils met Mis Pansy I. U. S., boys became greatly Interested -

..... ...""......................NN..OH__...........,......-. M.MM .MN..MMM M-MMM ceived picture which: they Miami office show In them. They went to the
LOSE TO EEOLAND To be the first class In high purchase it they cared to. I favor and tree meetings of their chpter and became -

the A Team lost to Redland school: to go: over the top with the We are all to bring interested In the chapter's
Tuesday although it did torn fine tiling of the Christina seal was Mr. Moomaw's room will week. activities. Th boy learned how
playing. New players will probably the happy lot of Mrs. Field homo a half holiday today. ... to plant an out- to farm educationally They got:
take the place of Mm of the A room. The sophomore have been Christmas tree tat help from other members of the
players it they don't Improve. The enthusiastically reading "T h e The physical education girls to plant mari F F A. and after they war graduated
pupil are mighty proud of Team Third Ingredient1 by O. Henry, now chinning and most of '. own flower from school actually mad
B lu members were progressive and several of the claw have writ- can now trot around the made for a candy their.. UrinI-from such experience.
and had 1h eir heads up. It they ten the story in the form of without stopping during the noon as they had. In school Many big,
keep up they will be very likely play which they expect to give It Barnes, Eloise Coal I farmers ot today got their start
prospect for next yean school assembly soon. Several of the As the ninth grid is, trying Hancock were from,,the.F F A.
team I senior English pupils are making carry out the Idea of an Of It (Chapter {II next week)

The following boys of the eight Christmas posters. Some have Christmas has planned to at the meeting L.
made their second book report Norton, Mrs. Fred ...
grade show signs of becoming up a ba.kefot a needy family :
book of Shakespeare's.The .. Hobertson, Norma .
fketbaU stars in the year to from some GIRL SCOUT NEWS
come Jack Sulllvsn, Fred Chap= supplementary work for the The eighth grade welcomes Oossman Nora; '" Arttrar
By Mary Scribe
school pupil Is to write I and Coldl Gren-
high : *
man, Oscar Clonlnger, William lyn Johnson from Uncblnton,
Angollne and Harry Pierce. Abe 130-word them on courtesy for C. and Margaret Field, .
the following seventh grade boys: this week. Elizabeth Williams,. TbIf: :Girl.Scout meeting .otDecj3JWS
James Sullivan Jim McConnell I II I Duncan, .Cntheriaa -..es. M1ct.t:the banavat .- .
Mrs 8. L. West took.
and J T. Godwin. A* there are so many cvnelpoo'tlOQ Francis SuUWaa; !M* w'sinaUttUilb. At ....'ten*
Wynnreleases \last Monday: '
of the. madonna and the Mrs. ilL ;. Freda. Hancock. our-j .sew troop war wcUonsnfeto
laW Wynn was
Christ child by our famous artists, : ; 1ItUI :.a&.. thaa.tlehe.kare. HELP THE BOYS
Mr. Johnson' clan plan to show :ami w.***,
P..ntl. sea that ;your boy obey I The fifth and sixth grades
a few of these painting on the trying!....-*. uniform foe she
the law required of those who studying tnnaportatiOlltMra.
play on the Homestead Hi School screen during the Christmas sea | F. F. A-Newi new- del AIL girls having oU
son. While these are being shown Heffelt uniforms are requested to. turn
Webbs room U
team. Keep your boy oft the 1
the history of the picture and the them!) to Mrs. Skill.
street Give them something to two scenes from "The ,_'_'
' artist will be given by some mem- Mrs Skill distributed camp Ut.erature
do The boy must sacrifice everything Carol" which will be used In Homestead
ber of the class. If this plan Is chapter
and Christmas seal to
else and stand by the team sembly
met with the
successful In the ninth grade the *,
the petrol leaders r the Christma -
They mutt be loyal and peppy,
Chamber of
have good character, keep early class will Invite different rooms'the toshare Mr. Ftfleld class ll week, and all be meal sale that is to be held
hours, and keep training rule*. pleasure during 'Christmas In Many Lands"Mrs member of that Saturday.
home room period and show the )
Mr Skill and Elizabeth attended
Th boy hop to
PEP CLUB ATTENDS GAME slides again.The < Jackson room !!! chamber runs ice "a court of awards held by the\
On Tuesday night the new Pep Reid Leonhirdt and Frank they can follow Shenandoah troop. Mr*. McKay
Club member In nappy white senior class welcome Ger- Beam from North Carolina of It. Th main former captain was presented
blouse and green slacks made I ald Walker of Perrlne who formerly I III to "get In" with I with a thank badge
their first appearance The club ; attended Ponce de Leon Mr Edward class !! learn them, and January 3 and 4 the annual
1" being drilled by the Rev. A. AKifettlln ,I ichool Helen and Blanche Johnson way possible to car Christmas camp U to be held at
*. Clarence Froschcr and the some state The member of the I Oju All girl are to report
Mi Uicus Mr. Blackburn I* lead-I Mia Uayden'; room had a wiener agreed to whether they are going or not to
ng the new yell and Mice. Ny- roast last ,week at the home The following boys are be member and alto I Mrs Skill.
berg U playing the piano for new I of Mr A. J Campbell, one for the diamond ball help the chapter In I Also If any girl have or can
aong Mil Tbelaen has charge of Its room motrers Later the ship in the ::35-3 period- entertain the mem- I get a bicycle they are asked to'
ol the club and la trying to putIt class. went in a body to attend the cia Skinner captain Barney .. Mission chap tell Mr Skill. Elizabeth Skill

over big basketball game, \ win Charles Stephens Farmers of America, II' will be the next.hostess, Geraldine
The membership U limited to Sowell, Lewis Fakers Ferris Jon Kan, the winning: Rcite was hostess this time.A1'TI1IDCONnaL"iCI.
JO and the requirement are: an The home economics classes Johnnie Little Tom Webb, } United States that I
average of 8J%" In scholarship o have now started to. cook The Brother George Wlndgate, Homeitead M the. :' .
height between. five feet errs and seventh grade U studying food! ; Albert Byrum; in the J13: to J '. gut dur* The Miami District of Methe"
fly feet five loch**. and1 weight suitable for Ice box; the.eighth period-Theodore Orfanede. holiday 'dtatilnet-fot.an-sil day district'
between 1'03 and In pounds grade,j food- for 5reatJrast of thegrowing bin Robert Taylor John l toofmnco-at reef LsKufctdak

Tie member must meet every boy; *r girt! the ninth Joe Miitretta, Felix Bullard, : t ekeopli'of'' >*" Tbutad. : "Th* Be wand. Moan At
Monday- ; grade breakfasts for the Lott Arthur Kail. Lewis I KaAttnA'T 'r.' 1..
: family; \ may Utter ttnr. A. : t.-'BMrfasV;
The member arm Bobbie Sum- hte tenth grade, the family dinner- 'James Jcnlgaa and Herb homestead i ; WTFrtitr*..Farm rC"aa"aa' *iVA. yonmr itttssfrifcNfront' : .
merlin president: ICatherina Vann, and tile eleventh and twelfth era. organization II. -----" .
d lea-president; Annie Mae Booth grade; a unit in holiday food*. In Wednesday1 game .
secretary; HenriettaHartnua, SlUnner..team beat the other t

Mpeely Sever Made Thonjp on. Billy Clark, Howard Lamb, Mare .4toI. '. '
Mardi Gauzens, Virginia Doraey, cla Cauzen, Ruth Fredrick andLewis One of our high school TOYLAND l
Ruby Dolor: Edna Booth, Dottie Knight were absent last laid of his teacher, '111 tell
Home, Phyllis Parman Virginia week because of the mumps he is a pretty good defective
Hodge. Helen West Hazel Pentimgton -- mean detective." On, thelezzanine
Jean Parman Tern Ro Truitt Dullard spent Thanksgiving
brrtsoni Geraldine R4tz AUa in South Carolina. I Book Agent: Have you
Webster and Virginia Frlck Charles Dickens In your home' with '

When the students of the biology Banks Byrum: No, w*
MORE DONOR ROLL class took up the study. of no&." '
The following name were left animal structure they dissected: Book Agent: "Or a Robert .u; FIlE
OH the last honor roll list: Billy a frog for the purpose of studying Stevenson Or t Eugene I sr
Arthur of the eleventh grade; Ruth the Internal structure The Bank Byrum: 'No, no, I ey ,4 PARKING
Dndwn of the tenth grade: OoldlaCrenriell I class 1* now studying plant juncture haven and what more w* '
of the eighth grade and I 'tvfr'a boarding house If you I
Ray Andrew, Harry Bishop and I looking for: those fellow )' ,

Betty Arrant of the third grade I The Juniors are glad to haw all i might .ask across the street" I

Try Our Lay- a

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Snowflake Cottage Cheese i I I I I saw_ ..I

\Tscualizcd with a heavy percentage of cream to produce an ,
lull exceptionally smooth high grade cottage cheese.
'I. t]. A Great Big \,

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a wonderful armful for little Mothers, .
} Alpine Gr.ve'. Dairyo. cuddly, with Composition Head, Arms and

pnniles all the time has two pearly i

rubber panties and bootee too. She blinks i,
B. PARKER' Propriclor and says "Mamma", too. She's a little darlln,. k'

Phone, 3211 Homestead Fla.

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Friday: December 6, 1935. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE s

: :FIVE AIR RACESSCHEDULED council airport, ha committee* been named of Chairmanof the city 1I 1--------,j
the ruin committee for the : I

FORDEDICATION meet. ...............-......-.......-........-.....-.....,. &: 111
It was learned :yesterday thata I FORTY ATTEND: FAMILY ,

famous woman stunt flier who REUNION AT KOSEL HOMEA : I BATS: First insertion: lOt a ; :;
would not permit her name to be / ,
mentioned yet I Ia contemplating family reunion was held it Spa :t '
Jungle Grove, the home of Mr.
performing tome difficult aerial I
(Continued From Pace One) feats at the Homestead airport dedication and Mrs. Ceo. W. Keael, on I FOR RENT
''in. plane of engine displacement Edwin Nlrmaier, who Is served buffet style.Day Dinner wa
up to BOO cubic inches. Priaes: in Miami with his "Sky Flea", I tO ACRES: LAND to rent, 1 ml
Forty were present: Mr. and
tint, $39; second, $25; third $19.:i which he claim can be built In Mrs Koael, Mr. and Mrs Edw. A.J. east of Krome Ave., 'on Campbell -
'fourth, $10.Captain i quantities to sell at the price of I st. So a. RotIftr,4231 Alton
Ogden, Mr. and Mra..Chaa Behr.Ong.
Andrew will fly : flivver automobile, was said to be 'I road, Miami Beach. Phone evenings -
aChapman Mr. and Mre..1I. R BradyMr. .
:\ Field army plane to.Homestead planning to bring his ship down and Geo W. Kosel, Jr, Mr. 52758. (pd6)
: for the dedication, I tor the ceremonies. The Goodyear]I and ::. Fred
c.. Brengel, Mr. and FOR RENT-Country home 4
blimp and
i which will take place immediatelyafter Doherty's autogyrowill Mn. Frank Potter ,
i Mr. and Mr
be large room Not modern, partly
: Invited down for the day.
the completion of the handl'cap l E. B. Grutzbach Mr. and Mn.
Plan for the dedication 'I I furnished. C. L Men. Avocadodrive. \
race. I began taking air-meet Joseph W. Lowe Mr. U. E.: Martin 4 bike N. of ice plant.
It was learned from authoritative Tuesday when five members proportions Mn. J. L, Black, Mn. a S. (Pdl3)
of the dedication. Twenty-one ot Brady, Misses Betty and Ann
the Redland District Cham- I
> planet, Including five of the fasteit ber of Commerce aviation committee Brady, Miu Doris Brengel, Mitt FOR RENT Bedroom newly
ship in the army air force are I Charlotte Colby, Miss Cleo Black, furnished. Private entrance;
spent all In
day Miami
expected to take part In the ma- ring with G. A. conter-I i Misses Ruth and Loll Behrens, private bath. Hausman .BId,.
neuvers. Margaret and Richard Kosel, Lewis (dd)
? tional publicity agent for AllAmerican t
I Ogden Lewis Behreni Thof. K.
Karl Voelter owner of AllAmerican
meets; Captain FOR RENT-Upsteln apartment
airport near Opalocka' I Walters, Mr. Voelter A. W. Poet, Henry Behrens, Fred K. 1 with bath and privilege of ga- /
will be starter for the handicaprace. meyer secretary ot the Brengel, Paul Lee, Martin Harvey, rage. Mrs. H. S. Fitch, Kings
\ At Homestead, Lieutenant Miami Airport Eisen-I Chai. Behren, Jr., Florence Harriet Highway, East : ,
A. K. MorehouM of Miami will act I others. The delegation, Lowe and Scott Brady. I '
source yesterday that there would of Mack Hardee, chairman Carl TOR RENT Florida OKy tum"l I
"+ery likely be army plane maneuvers Tweedell, A. R. Livingston, Mr. St B-DEB CLUB PLANS Jibed house with 1
of tactical PARTY FOR FRIDAY, UTH quire LeaderEnterprise.hURNISHED (
a nature over Hook and Mr. Archer found that
the Homestead airport" on the day I the opportunity was unprecedented The Sub-Deb Club met at the,
as chief judge and announcer, Dr. I Ift. tot focusing attprtioniotSvtdtlonI) : I home of Betty Bowen Wednesdaynight BEDROOM.. rearmed available ModemCoh'&r.lenoM. I Il I : i
J. Bertram of Miami will be] circles.pn the Redid) nd qutrlct and I to discuss varlouam.tte.' Mrs. C:. w: MdEwen. 18 N. ft
of Fines weed Nt
starter Jack Montgomery'and T. securing nation-wide publicity I I Importance. ; 7tf j
W. for those who In the future art 14th St. (*' )
McCahey aviators from the through aviation journal and! I I
All-American airport, will assist in news dispatches through Mr. Shoe-1; absent or tardy. A party was FOR RENT-by the year or for j
starting judging and timing, and IIUI '* co-operation. i planned for Friday, the thirteenth. winter season 7-room nicely I
Harold Bell of Miami will be Efforts an being made; to have I' Those present were: Iva Dyal, furnished home, screened 1
line judge. Moat of these officials an emergency air null pouch dispatched Betty Bowen Helen West Mabel porches, fireplace, electric stovf.
will fly down early Wednesday by plane from Homesteadat William, Virginia Frick and Mary Apply Eva E. Collins, Federal
morning assist City Engineer E.I the dedication program Wednes-, Elizabeth Ranson.HOMESTEAD Highway at Biscayne drive. ) f
L. Hook Jr., chairman of the day. Letters already in the cham- i I
technical committee with final| bar of commerce for dispatch on, WOMAVS CLUB FOR SALE
preparation for the air meet hen. this day total nearly 100. Postmaster -I WILL MEET TUESDAY
Announcing of the race and results S. E. Livingston said yesterday -I The Woman'i Club of Homestead FOR SALE--Single bed in good
I will be made over a public 1 that 1,000 letters would I officers request all the mem- condition. Telephone 40. (n2t
'address system loaned by Captain warrant the making up of an ben to be at the clubhouse Tuesday
.,ot the contest.committee of thelU-t.i Work of getting the runway of I of Importance to be trans Burrichter Bros., South Allapat-
anN All-American Air Meet. Cap- the landing field in tint class condition acted at that time. tab Gardens, S miles west oft
''told -Walters'' operates the LilaAquarium I was started Monday and All meetings hereafter will be a Could canaL (pn28))
and it secretary .and 'will be completed ahead of sched 2:30: o'clock Instead of 3.
i treasurer of the Florida Trans The club will give a bazaar and I FOR SALB--1931 Chevrolet coupe,
[" i portatlon Co.,,which'will coon be- gin the dally operation of sightseeing charge: to the Homestead airport Saturday, Dec. 14.. for cash. Phone 9712 on Saturday -
busses from Miami to the dedication meet. I .. or after San other days.
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Wm. V. Dee irks.been appointed. ; W. Maxwell SmithINSURANCE l }
CHAYOTES 2 for ale; begonias23c
.: by the board of 'director* of the Era Esteile Sullivan r"s
:'rose bud SOo a dot or Sc
[; Greater Miami Airport Associationto II i each" Mrs. Geo. W. Kowl, Red-
11 represent the city of Miami at:'I'Teacher ,of Pianoforte 1 FIRE, AUTO STORM AND LiMMrho" land Rd.and Plummer Dr. :
the dedication n-::, and he also I BEGINNERS A SPECIALTY I 1 MS..51I I
[ will fly a early Wednesday N. E. Sad Aye.. Homestead I Office in MeCrory Arcade FOR SALE-- 'resh eggs. No Sunday i
: i to assist in every way pos- aales. Mrs Frank Irwin,
|, |*ble before and during the program I ; 400 N. E. lit Ave. (d6-20)) {
of eteYrls.' 'Atino'Uncerneot i
[of Mr. Das'*- appointment was MONSTERA Deliclosa. 25o each;
I made WednesoV at a meeting of I DR.M.A.BERGERDentist j DR.B.E.GATLJNDentist governor's plums, lOe qt.; gua :
t the airport association at which VM Ie lb.; night blooming cereus : ;
t an ouUlne of the tentative program fruit 28c each. All these an ,
r rwa* given by Ben Archer president salad fruits Mr*. G. W. KoseL
i 1 of the Redland District Chamber Cor. Redland road and Plum- j
36 N. Krome Avenue .
of Commerce), who, invited mer drive.TOMATO :

i; District those present celebrate to help the the dedication Bedlandt Upstairs Office In Hausman Bid;. Silver Palm PLANTS and Richard-C. F. Talbot Road I/,

I, ', of the Homestead airport. Office Hours 8:30-4:30 Phone 85 (n29tf)
f The meet will be held with the
the U. S. department of commerce BT APPOINTMENT squares galvanized roofing in (
p>Thos. E. Kirby; chairman ?f the j and It ft length Cheap. The

( Gulf Fertilizer Co. warehouse,
11I III 11111 T11 11 11111111 111IM1111111TIHEN M 111i11L111i1:1:1k! : : 11.1 ill Campbell St., and S. A. L.

road. ( Rall-j I

r FOR SALE-Furnished ," I
Miami All-American
I house Term,, modern Inquire, garage.Leader-Enter-$2200. l :

i prise. (n22tf
SETS OF a baby Jan of tropical
AIR RACES jellies, assorted, eetophane wrapped ;
packed In carton ready for
mailing. Mn. Bertha Edwards,
J Redland road between Plummer
: and Coconut Palm. drive,
t :DECEMBER 12 TO 14 ; ; '(nlSU) I (

FOR SALE nom house with !

t' :'pig Save tIolt u.t r BujjniT, Your Air Race Tickets; Now .q bath Enterprise.garage. Inquire Leader-(Bl-IJJ) '


:, _' Reduction on All Seats sal*. Frank Bernecker, Jr.
5'/0 Krorm avenue and Silver Palm
.., -- Until December 10 road. (s27tf) :


s.5w Notice of Application for Tax Deed
[ Notice 1* Hereby Given, ThatC.
On'Sale in Homestead at E Eicheoberger holder of State
and County Tax Certificate No.
the 7th day of August
I 2p.9: has filed Mm In
DIXIE DRUG STORE I"| my office and hu made application -
1 tot a tax deed to be Issued
thereon. SaI4 certificate embracesthe
BROWN'S PHARMACY / following* deJlU'tbeli propertyIn
i the County t>t ,Code State of
/ Florida to-wit:
\ MEV' 4 of NW>i of SWU. S. S99n !

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'Twdw THE LEADER- NTERPRtSE Friday December Co 1-+ .

ROTES SPONSOR Anyone Cltt"' *et Enter On Dec. 18 Dr. A H. Matthews I Death Takes bin Lentz IDODGE
And Win Dixie Contest federal livestock inspector, swill ANNOUNCES
I test the same cows for Hanes dts- Former Redland Girl.
ass and be will teat for tuberculosis ,
CITY ORDINANCE Only a (eV votes separate the '
aD same that were not tested NEW CAR
leaders lwa the lowest ones, and' by Dr. Yarborough last week. Mrs. Sara tams of FuUord. AJ.
ON QUARANTINE anyone can yet enter the Resale Ewing said that persona who have eldest daughter el Mr. and Mrs.
bars' and (Iris' eontest at the, sows to be tested saay make are Ceo. P. Wright of Bedland, died LOW PRICES
1 Dixie Drug Store and win one of I ransesaente with him In a Miami hospital Wednesday I II
Spread of Contagious Diseases the eighteen. prize MInI fives I hollowing aa Wants of five weeks.
away," say Howard Johnson and Busi.rik; at Tar Funeral arrangements have not More hnrarloualy. appointed than
in Schools to : everfeefore. Uicger
I Jack Polk,proprietors of the DixieDnx. ] Office! in Homestead been eompteted, but interment I done .the car that noted more auto spa.
Be CitedA will probably take place MondayIn editor and fanou Ituhkm tutho-
Automobile worn hi South
Weedlavm 1> Was alt owes America have a*>
city ordinance providing quarantine The Standing of the: 29 leading Dade again can get their license cemetery I claimed the "Beauty Wtaifer" of
regulations to prevent the boys and atria In the contest will I tags In Homestead due I* renewal Mrs Lent, who was twenty- i 1811 this big. new. Money- a*.
spread of contagious diseases I be found In the Dixie Drug ad- of arrangements betweenthe nine yean old was" graduated from tog Dodge la BOW priced Owen lower
than U4 year-- a low M lie*
amoeg school children should be verUsejoent on another pace at I county tax collector's: officeIn Redland High School In IKS and price at factory, Detroit. 60 economical
considered by Homestead, Dr. M. this paper. Miami and the American Legion married Mr. Lentil the same year. that already omen from
D. Hartman Homestead physician' 1--- Auto Title Service, whose office! She came to Redland with her I coast te ooaat irport renciril smash i
No T.B.In 75 Cows TestedIn parents from Selma,La., 1C tot economy-U to 14 muss to this
Indicated ta a requested talk en is in the Lesion building on South I years inllon of gaaollne eonwinptioK -
the subject to the Homestead Rotary District Last WeekA Krome avenue. thle ieagn/eeeo new
3 Club Wednesday. Auto Ucenst tags for 1838 wenton I her husband Herman dollars Raw prioed only a tow.
Attention was called to the test of T5 cows, other than sale Dee. 1, and business Is already ..1 Lents and her parents Mrs. Lents I :=:. than.toe. See toaait anddil prteed.**
absence of restrictions' in eases those of commercial dairies, eon brisk. William I. Geron-1 1I leave three ehUdren Jewel Lorraine tble Ms4new. nanya1nr Ooda
of measles, whooping cough, scarlet ducted In the Redland District Ime, manager of the American and Clifton three sisters, wlUMuroaUyl See toe Lot toeoZmr
} few and other contagious lart week by Dr.J.a Legion Auto Title Service, Issueda Mrs. BusacU Ekht: berJel'.. test Find out this for big youreslf car why
diseases Restrictions are county veterinarian, YU'boroll.h.1 I warning to applicants that they Marvin Lucas and Mrs. Mr..1:=-t. own t ,ass the snap
needed for the benefit of the af.fllcted trace of tuberculosis{, must present title certificates before Manry all of Miami; two fewest-priced compttture....
children themselves M wen Charles E. Ewing of they can be issued a licenseplate. .er. Harry Wright of Miami,
u for those who are exposed to who assisted. George Wright of Bedland. READ THE WANT ADS
them. Dr. Hartman aid. After,
discussion following Dr. Hartman'i
talk DM club voted to sponsor a KRAFT PRODUCTS RichCreamySnowdrift
movement to have the city council
adopt a quarantine ordinance: and
i R. Brooks, Frank Skill and L. Miracle Whip o
B. Sommera were appointed a ;
committee with power to act or
recommend IB thla matter. I Pints
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County Commissioner W. Cecil I J'iae+
Watson, chairman of the Dade Quarts - 37c I t 3 lice can -- -'55C6Ib.
County Boy Scout Council spokeon I
Boy Scout work in the county.
The club voted to provide luncheon 1 Philadelphia Cream 1 pkf*. r
for visiting officials of the I can -1-5
Homestead air meat and for pilot CHEESE17cNewDay
taking part sin the handicap race Saturday Specials '
from Miami which win start at
U a. m. Dee. It I Armour's_ Star Country Roll LIVER
The ftotary Club win meet with ASPARAGUS TIPS \
the Lions Club e f the Redland DIs-, PIC
Ulct at the Lion Den on Silver I ncnta C.iams BUTTERMILK
Palm drive next Tuesday at 7:30: 11at.2. Ib.------Z9c I,
p. m The club voted to omit Scans ----C
the meeting of Dec 29. Christmas j lb------ 43 i lb -- ----35 e Fresh Ground
Day,and hold itt annual Christmasparty No. 2 Cans
on Wednesday. Dec. 18. !
The attendance contest, ended Tomatoes. Armour's I7c C Hamburger
teat week,resulted in a tie betweenthe e 3 tall Cs j
Bed team under H.A. Cameron i lb. ... :lScFLOUR :
r r r r r
and the Blue team under Ed I 2 cans -15C FLORIDA ROSE 2! I...
Carter with I percentage of H.97,! ,
The White team. Tan Lindsay' SeRising tfcDARTLEIT PuritanHAMS !
captala,lost with aa attendance of Georgia
M.I1 per cent 1U members' mutt
provide a fish fry tar the Ho-I SWEET POTATOES PEARS Sunburst %Sc
tartans and their Rotary Anna on No 2W can HaJf at White

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Service Stttien I I PEACHES
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