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 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 13, 1935
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
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System ID: UF00087294:00050
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOLUME XXIII NUMBER 50. HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING, DEC. 131935. PRICE FIVE CENTS :






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MARCH 3SET I!" No Family Without in Xmas South Dinner Dade "to,'Clubs Go Told CHAPMAN FIELD COMMANDER !



AS DATES FOR No family in South bade-will be I-will-- -lack the thing that bring SAYS HE MAKES ADDRESS IN I

without a Christmas dinner this I Christmas cheer, send in to ",-T.

year Chit. I Caves, Rotary Club A. presidents Homestead Florida

r REDLAND FAIR! member on the civic club committee 1 I City and fiedland the name ot ROLE OF NEAREST NEIGHBOROnly

on Christmas deer, old' the head of each such family, stating

the Rotarians and Lions ai they how many children there are i .
,I and their ages, Mr. Caves said
held their quarterly joint meeting I In accordance with custom, barrels Homestead Gets
Five Tents to House Ex. First
la the Lions Den on Silver Palm I 15 Days Left I
win be placed In each grocery
hibits Sponsored by; ,drive Tuesday: night I store the week before Christmasto To Pay Poll Taxes Public Performance

Improvement Assn. He told how the committee bad i receive any gift of groceriesthat For City ElectionThe of "Three Mugs"
placed in store throughout the patrons feel like giving it
district blank book bearing the I
I was brought out
PREMIUM LIST TO BELONG printed suggestion that ahoppen A talk on John Marshall given Mlh *f December fifteen NO MISHAP OR HITCH '
le the
tram teday.
days
AND GENEROUS turn over to.the. store a donation before the Lions Club some time bat day to par 1134 and IMS MARS DAY'S AIR MEET ;
to the Christmas cheer fund and I! ago by Harley Core, was repeated .
poD taxes K. E. Ed.'ard*.city -
write their names ta the book I I by request Tuesday: night Several clerk, remind the esters W I
Shows and Rides Already the amount City Engineer to Prepare f
with given. i i selections'were sung by Mrs. Ruby Homestead. All Wb wish I* ;
Engaged; No Gambling I The rout of' the blank books Showers Baker of Maml Beach, veto ta the city election la I Project Application
to Be Allowed I{ bear also a printed request that I I and two reading were given by January wot have paid pU for HangarThe

I, persons knowing of families who Mr*. c. a Pepper taxes re* bulk rear j'i

Poll .Ux and registration
A South Florida Tropical Fair III'iN clerk1 outhermost airport 9ft the
THE WEATHER beaks an city:
will be held la Redland during the' 2JEAMSOFGJLQ.AIT mainland of the United State was
Rios Poll taxes tore H a
first week In March, 1934, begin n.Al and dedicated here Wednesday by
..-osing ]'Uetd.1... Marc\. ', anlt : to .....__..aM.;..........s1It. ..the-tear, Who.havr-racl*fi.ver.e4 for CaptainWo. V* log Saturday, M rch 7, accordingto FORCE PLAY ....r..ar ........ .ttwuw1..4, nortda. ace *f tl rime tail November mender of Chapman Field army air
a* announcement made by theRedland station, *a squadron ofl d.H.4. .
It..pft..wl/ ...1 I&... taxes.
Vass ) ef>sf poll
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District: Improvement Association HERE air force bombing plane snared
this week.Arrngemento TONIGIITi Nov.LY __. U 60 09 ;; way after 13 minutes of tactical ,
have been made I Nov SO n_.. 83 .0 30.0711 TO ENJOINCIRCUS maneuver performed over the Ii
for the sine of five tents In housingthe Dee 1 ___ 12 IS Homestead air field in honor *f
exhibits, the announcement Langley Fliers, Undefeited -, Dec. 2 _._. 1J 48 10.21 the occasion It Is estimated that ,I'

states, and beside exhibit of 3 Years, to Meet I Dee. a __._. 'ft 41 50.28 FEE GIFT approximately 3,000 persons attended T'
fruit, vegetable and flower, Shreveport Five Dec t ___.. 12 4 6 tOM the air meet during th y
win manufacturers Dec. 5 ._..._ 'It 43 3013 day !
there bee ex-
IE CLUB
TO ARE
hibit featuring automobiles,truck, Two crack basketball teams tlf Dec. 6 ___ 74 10 30.34 Captain Andrews said he came
tractor, machinery and other Dec. 7 ___. 18 64 304 ,to Homestead a* a neighborrepresenting
well featuring the General Headquarters Air Dec. __ 11 64 0. E. S. Group; Looks for Homestead's De" 11 *t f
products a* a* *display Fore will play tonight in the I'
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Dec. 84 51 30.06Dec.
I' neighboring airport He commented -
the offerings of merchant Homestead School gymnasium, A Site Outside. City as
.._ .
10 13 54 30 M on the improvement that
A show and will
poultry dog show
; quintet tram the 7tth Air Serviceof
be held. Space will be providedfor Dec 11 __. 1. 53 3007 English Files Suit 'had been made on the field ..ndrunwa'l
Field Va I
Langley now quart
Dec. 12 __ 'I' 011 2990 ,
exhibits of the Women's Home I In the last few month
ered at the Miami Municipal Airport
The Arem Club, way and He said that In establishing an
Demonstration dub, 4-H dubs, ,
will meet the team from the
mean organization of the Homestead 'airport, Homestead had placed itself -
Future farmers, schools and othergroups.
Tlst Air Service of Shreveport,
'
" 3 NEW PACKING Chapter,Order of the Eastern in the rank of progressive s'
L stationed, during
maneuvers
Star I* looking about this morning,American cities, as a city without ,
I. Th* committee selected by they at Chapman Field. The game will
out-of-Homesvead nit for
for an an airport today Is like I town
Improvement Association to conduct .tart at 1 o'clock. HOUSES GOING UP
: I the circus: scheduled to show her without a railroad station
the fair I* composed of John The Langley fliers, who have tomorrow under the club' susplces. i The dedication program, sponsored
ScaneUX chairman, B. W. Morris not lost a game in three years, AT HOMESTEADTwo I : The search wa begun yesterday by U. Redland District
and Tom Torbert. Additional cod!:' have one of the best teams in the : following receipt ot notice 'Chamber of Commerce, began
mitten will be selected. later. EM Ai.iscoo ding to Corporal Kennedy the of Homestead that J.
by City with the arrival at M a. m. of tho f
. It fa announced: that the pre- coach of the Shreveport W. English, proprietor of the Setn- I first of seven airplane In a free-
mium list will be Urge and that I aviators, who arranged for thegame Under ConstructionAnd Inole Theatre and the Redlsnd Dis- far-all cross-country handicap

prise offered to those exhibiting here. Corporal Kennedy One to Be Started trict New, would apply at ( race from Miami to Homestead
frult"?vegetable* and flower will' modestly: retrained from commenting Next WeekThree o'clock this morning for a temporary I and went through a* scheduled
, be generous. An experienced fair on the process of his proteges, Injunction restraining City wept that a feature comedy stunt
man who ha been engaged to assist -: but they are the boys: who came Clerk and Treasurer R. E: Ed- act by Karl Voelter1 "Thm Mug
the committee In working out down from Chapman Field Tuesday new packing house un- wards from making the ArenstUoatinu.d of Beer" we substituted for the
, d t ls,'.wffl be en the ground to night and ran rough-shod over der construction and one to be on PaP T.....) cabin plane race Moat plane w
tart work at WIt a month before W D. Horn Co.'tor an easy 4-U started next week will aid the bound for the Miami meet were

the opening of the fair victory. f pecking and shipping be the Bed- Jirl.C; It. Walter Breaks delayed en route. by adverse-..*-

t "It 1* the Intention of those sponsoring Homestead was picked for the land Districfl tomato crop for this Ground for New SchoolMrs. er condition And there were few
the fair to make It outstanding seen of tonight's game. Coach season civilian cabin plane In the Miami
in every particular" Improvement Kennedy Mid, because of the enthusIastic H L. Cook and C. W. Little are area available tot the Homestead
.c. N. Walker of Homestead,
1 Association officials declare and non-partisan reception constructing a building approximately : faces.
member of the board of
I "Th committee I Ia determined that greeted Tuesday 45x80 feet on the Seaboard county Karl Voelter flying a flashy
that everything: about it will be night's contest The aviators will. between Mowry street and the education, broke ground for the yellow Aeronca, won first placeIn

i absolutely clean and free from ob famish their own officials, and. station through which they plan construction East Shenandoah of a new building school for in the Miami-Homestead handicaps j
the
2ectODIIb'fe.turn.. Gambling win all gate receipts will go to the to ship the products of two hundred T Carson Chalk* in *n Eaglet,
; not be permitted and every how Continued an Pace Thne) acres of tomatoes. They expect Miami Wednesday The building came In second; lee Mam In a
mad possible by ]
on the ground will be decent En- it to be completed. In two was ojederal C-J Aeronc* was third; Lawrence

terUinmeut will be supplied by Dr. Knehle Joins Staff week PWA The grant East Shenandoah school. is A. Heard., In a Mercury Chick, was
e the Kaouse Greater Show In the 1 fourth Charles F Dames, piloting .
D. K. and O. R Hitch plan to ;
Of Subtropical Station :In Mrs. Walkers district, No. I,
form of ten show and rix-up-to- finish their 40x80 packing houseon I;which. comprises aD of Dade County a Taylor Cub wa* fifth Lorry
the-minute ride In addition there Dr. George D. Ruehto arrive the F E.C. siding at Homesteadnext I south of the Tamiami Trull. Hughes, flying a JOO h. p. laird.
will be a continuous free show here Tuesday to Join the staff of j week. came in sixth, and Harkn*** Davenport
afternoon and evening. The In a C-2 Aeronca,wo last
every the Subtropical Experiment Station W. M. Simmons and his tin
Committe has arranged to bar as pathologist He win work tons, Frank, Clarence Tom Robert Plan Post-Christmas Prix money of 110 III '11, sad
two band on the ground to supply especially on potato tuber disease and Jane, ar* building a Clean-up of Cemetery fit were awarded winner of first
music every afternoon and even which have caused losses 40x80 packing: house on the r. E. 1 econd. third and fourth places,
ing." in transit and win also study citrus c. siding her, through which the Another clean-up day for Faint I respectively, in addition to cup
Shortly after the hurricane *f disease tomatoes of their combined farm Cemetery will be held after the trophies to Voelter, Chalk and
November 4, the Kedland District Prior to coining here Dr Ruehto will be shipped. Christmas holiday to supplement Marr
Chamber of Commerce voted not spent the past five :yean Investigating W. E Lewis plan to start construction the work don Sunday afternoonby la the bomb dropping contest
to bold the Bedland District Fruit I citrus disease and studying next week on a 50x40 I six persona who volunteered the contestant dropped their beg
Festival in 1934. At the same' methods of control at Citrus Experiment building also located on the Se*- their .service In clearing away of lime for prize money a* follow:
time It wee voted that if any other: Station at take Alfred board, lust north of JI'fiT1Itlftt. gras tad weed. It wu announced: ICoouauod 0& Pane n.eJy





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Pare Two THE 1 EADER. ENTEKPKISF Friday. December 13. 193,5' .

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COCONUT: GROWN 1
\ Byj W. XIA"AwAY.
l. Shewe,and Admission U. ,
pu- Matinee Vat a" ..... :*f .tg
Hints will be Minted and,
I mon will be rumored that the Ante j ate4P.a. tI
f school teacher faked the pupils ,
_!era,have elected .the 70 ctaM to-write a abort may and to LCTUDAY.OXLT ,*' "{
i I play which "wlU b e Oven.,M n* hoae> their own subject WALLACEBEERY .
,' (. By the "grapevine" we bear A Belie girls sent to tile follow-4 JACKUC: COOPER .
'\ the juniors arc going in for aviation j lot patr. ] LEWIS STONE .
',' and are planning a "Solo My jrubfek it 'Anta'. Ants b 1| fat t.'
riight", There U nothing like"Lof two; kinds. 'and. Treasure
f looking ahead and making definite uncle lady t{ Island'"i
,plan This play will be under I "Sometime In bole ,I'
It they live Mickey Mow Matinee.| p. H,
.the direction: of the class sponsor..Airs. and sometimes they CI'.wlinto the,1 Stage Show Free Candy .Frlae
1 B. L. Megee Work will not sugar bowl, and sometimes they
: begin on the play until after the, ltvetwith their married sisters. !I ITnat SUNDAY and MONDAY
tj' Christmas holidays.The '* all I know about ants."J!! IRENE DUNNE
--Montreal Gazette fUn ASTAIRE
4 :' junior are'having a benefit LEGAL SINGER: ROGERS
show at the Seminole theatre : NOTICES I !. Jerome Kerns
f Monday; ON 16 The show U an': ..4 "Roberta"EXTRAit
extremely good one, \Vay Down,I hence Or CITT YLICTIOMNxtk I Ii
East" with Rochelle Hudson and i' *.N tonto ehv.a tint mml,I !
1" Henry Fonda in the leading roles. d.eu.a, sad for. ti. rltr.uf ffaMtMl. I. The I Stooge U "Jloi Polloi'
I Ill mane will W hold and re. ndurtxl M k.1
a" 7 Anyone going to Uiaf ahow ii asked -,I Comma chamber. ..d (lly on tk> lath 1
., .
to get hU ticket from one of .4n-.. 'at...luuun a Mara, Ink and ".1, tlvt('".",,.11 urmw l_ of if I TUESDAYWEDESDAY"Here's
the pupils at the junior class and daId city.Ttla I II toRomance"
.ill he waned the t lnpllw < '
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a diwlcn t r ; irk a. m.
'. .... { wU elwlkn '
M dar n<4
\ At list t he long waited for instruments ,! t
) hops ovo MU idBifevn of sack "
\ have arrived. Now who I B. r. BniklHT. 11_ I. Brad'.'wlb.andrfew.N
Lush will wt .. lu....... .IN( I II i with NIMJ<< MARTINI
f 6 }said that Redland Isn't going to I W a. CIVM will art M Clerk. of urh i MADAME SCHVHANHCIMCOne
have an orcheitra' 40wham.. .. : of the year's' moat beaatlful
hoed. tkte Jtk H' of n.Nmb.
mr
1 Here b Captain Tommy Bonn ..UkJU. herd ot performing: Although school was not dismissed ... III. musical films.
etrprnnti who will be l. action | Homestead Saturday. I PIIF.IITOJI H. BIIID. wror.1D. .
seen q I for the Homestead air races ... IS 110, 17, Jan. 1
Dee 14, when the Barnett Br e. tbf'eeoriqlClrflla. Wilt be herefor there were ao many absent thatpractically
I a .....IIaJ'' engagement.Perfonnaacea classes held. ---- -_.
t no were
will be treMBled at I Mid I p. M. A street A game of tennis was In progress'I
... I
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panda UI be staged at a. from the third period until the I
HOMESTEADONE
end of school. I
POLICE: COURT I Wbe, Wevldaf T The moat spectacular game
Sentence In police court Mon. Mother "Peter on your birthday I were played during the fourth DAY ONLY
wuuldn you like to have a prettycake period by Mr*. B. L. Megee and
day night were banded out by
; I with five candles on it-a Mia Goodman. Other teachers to I ,:
Mayor Bird M follow: Tom
t
candle for each year?" play during the afternoon wereMr i
Pritchard, charted with dnmken-
Peter: "I think rd rather haw Wm. Bradley. Mr. C. B. Gut-! SATURDAYDECEMBER '
less, 19 fin or 10 day In Jail: II
Wilbur Wright colored charted I five cake an4 one candle mummierFishing teridge Mr. Trotter and Mrt Par 14
with being drank on the highway Caiette tee. Mr. Wagner also played.;

in an automobile, $7.50 fine or
20 days In Jail: Buddy; Jenkins: I
THE REDLAND CAFEi
charted with disorderly conduct,
y! *5 tine and lift nights In jail: : / f''{) MRS. A. NABOBS Prop I Barnett Bros
\I Viola Edward and Willie Timina, xZiii.tl Y DINNER SOc .
PLATE ;
Begrime also\ charged with disorderly VEG : 'l.A CLUB BREAKFASTS I5f up
{ conduct 1150' lot M five PLMM--t iClt WITH DESSERT AND DRINK IS* r 3-RING-3 .. ,
day tn Jail.de'I


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, .' '.F'ridaYJ. 9s' ,1""'. wwMr.gwv .' ..a.r......... tIIE IIrhSAllTi.IL.EPtTENPRSF: ,;..... .. .. ....... Pa'lh.rft.! t

Boy's Bank, Stolen i'Homestead Hi Wins I Ia W. O. W. ELECTS I[ t t-bet....* elected: ti o:
2TEAMSOFG.ILQ. I. H. L. Brown wa elected: consul i l R rreneSTftnanclal secretary; C. )
From RhodeA Home!
[ From Redland in i commander ot toe Woodmen of the i T. Harper, banker: W. C Camp-
AIR FORCE PLAY 'tI. World lodge of HomeMead Wed-I I beD, advisor lieutenant: H R. I I
child's bank ""talntn'II.45 Overtime Game nesday at a meeting held In the I I Pierjce, escort: W. A. King watchman -
-.the. amount a nine-year-old boy i L0.0.F.hW. i iIt and IL.. H Walters. M<
HERE TONIGHT had saved in three year' for a bicycle 1-1 j "ftIAr/I j 1 1BROWN'S
shirt
fund- and a man a suit
Field Goal In Air Last
as
and belt disappeared from the
(Continued From Page One) I home of Mr and Mrs. J. F. Rhodes i Whistle Blows, Creates
Homestead CIty Basketball League on N W. Sixth street: last week Tie Hard to Break
treasury; at the same Ume that a roomer departed I
The Tuesday. night card WM a ,the Rhode family reported. I Homestead High School defeated II
feast for the fan who attended. The police In Miami and Home-I Redland High School 18-1S, In i
First carne the game between the stead have so far found no trace I a fast and furious basketball gameat
Shreveport aviator and Home of the culprit.SEEKS I I Redland last night Two overtime PHARMACYKrome
Co., In which the flint seemed period were necessary to decide -
able to make basket at will while I the winner
Home without the services ofWar. TO ENJOIN Redland earn from behind to tie I .. Phone 3 Free Delivery (:

Paul. Bradley Cox; riant tar Were forward wlthool, and CIRCUS FEE GIFTIOAREMECLUB ;by the: Roy score Campbell IMS with which a wa field in goal the 26 Years Compounding Prescriptions \; i

the offensive threat needed to put when the whistle blew for the
Up any showing against the strong lair end of the last quarter Guarantee Fresh Drugs Only i
h army team. Next came the beat I .J eitheUtadland nor Homestead 1\ 1i:
now'or the evenlag.between th* could score In the first overtime ,
... MiMntOMly: Mew ui.WaUMi Fro w.VaeeWCa.aaY. : f ppr lord iOr'fcrthe: second DelUngW :Do Your Christmas
f Nurseries' ,..wMelrth*,M wremftoro ar'tflaartieaead' .t Homctttaf made a field goal Shopping
behind in the finer quarter all gift el 'fheM Ha-day license and smith made a foul shot for 3
t4 win.22..111. Last cad a',prao. fee..wb)rA.libe.circus. must :nemtt.:wnfcH Redland, meld not at Our Store !
betweeir tbe fBer be charted,'amwdinfl'to city OSH
tine lame an back 4 4A
.. ,. get
thr JDaUrMewirwinr Uie-lmys ......... [ -leoy Campbell led the Redland
from ChaptaeaB Field demonstrating The application for the tnjune oft_ with four field goal and TARDLEY- COT"PERFUME
; their superiority by a 16-J Worth W. Tremmell by George-. ,DtUinger, wills three led the XMAS SETS
Wfa.'It. MeQasklU. attorner toe Mr: blotliah r Homestead'' scoring Hackler: of SETS {
the Walton-Daily New mix- alleges ,Homestead made three free throws $3.50 to $6 $3.89 to $12.50
up McKemle, tall News forward That the donation of said gift out of four tries.Homestead's g
,
of to said ArerM Club by Bald I II
Who- wa 40 effectively throttled $100 "B" team defeated r
by the Walton guards, got Into city Is not by any law authorized|!the Redland "B" team in the opener COMB & BRUSH SETS
action late In the final quarter or warranted and the donation of'' 13-10. Martin Bishop ted the nOCBIOANTPERFU3IESETS
after Alton Horn was ejected I gin thereof by said city to paid I II i Homestead scoring with two field $2.69 to $10LADIES'
for excessive fouling and put hit Areme Club will be an unlawful goals and two foul shot
team In the lead. The News outscored appropriation thereof and the giftor I $4.95 to $8.75 ,
Walton I point to I In the I donation of said sum of moneyto I Ii Restaurant Manager (to waitresses -
final quarter. said club will In the corresponding ): "Now girls I I want you all POCKETBOOKSFOUNTAIN
McCormick, tail Franklin guard i sum increase the burden of to look your best today The $t. CITEX and CLAZOMANICURE
who played for Walton in place of ;taxes upon plaintiff and other taxpayers beef tough."_Ex I II SETS
Barrow, and Wynn speedy guard, of aid city similarly situated II
led the Walton scoring with six without warrant or authority II I PEN and $1. to $t7SBEAVTIf'VL ,
point each. McKemie led the by law'
I PENCIL SETS .M
Newt Kortng with II point As far a* could be learned yeijfrduy -
the city wa not makingany J Ir S9c to_ $5 SIXEMNO
Improvel-Franklin plan to put up a defense
Areme Club member Said they DOLLS
Five Holds BrookerCo. I had not had sufficient notice ot the I E r EvEN'xtil l FARMPERFUME $1.98 to $2.98
action to get in touch with the I SETS .
to 32.27 Victory i circus management and would I .
>have to try to find a site out of the $kS .i f B.O
eityfor the showing scheduled;for I Nl'NNALLTS. MORRIS and
I ''I HJI.
I I tomorrow 'nightMarbaBask I 1 SCflRAfTrS.
. 7 XMASCIGARSfcrTO
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XMAS CANDIES
: by 40-24 Score relative'1 lilt $ .
A man took an elderly { per box BIO ASSORTMENT
to the.-.s" of.the City League to see a football _tch.' "Why. U busketbeJi ''-''ph yeeV Wed* the*."tarn walking'.-yT aakeA'tnvwotjuw. i.

' ,neSday. :night.la the Homestead.gytn ; 'I' 'A *< [ Courteous'Clerk to Serve Yo W.'Appreciate i
.
".. ; :Broofct*Lumber,Oo..tfefe.Med'.a '1I*.tllft" Mat off t field to-1 'k JJtiJities -
much-improved P J Tnatllnj *- a foul<. ) I ;I.: t. Your Patronage II I
(team. 3327. Walton Nunerter My goodness, one fowl won't I Hea4rra.d Poole aeall r J2
outran and out-patted W, D. go far between twenty-two roll'! !
Home Co. to winthe-llrst, 40-24. -- ... .
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Twd of Franklin' Bevy players, ,
McCormick . .
Richard and Lee '
Laird;proved their worth against

BrooVer:ot his McCormick team. point made and Laird fourteen :'Why r i not youH936- FORD V-8

fense.r proved. to be- a bulwark. on de* get

Ed Bfooker was high scorer for "*" .9' 1
his team with twelve point Ovid

defend Sullivan vely and. Tolion played. well . ':in time for Christmas ?

The iharpahootlng of Home
Wynn; field and French of Wal-
ton proved too much for Horn "Le. n \. .
Ce, who "were handicapped for ..
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a quarter by having only -fous : : : rii:#. 4 ifv A ........
men bn the floor, Both team Y..i.JR # ,
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"" were;without the services of their ,'. '\J,$ 1 ,il 1jJe t ;,;,.......... "
offeosfve start Bradley of Home .. "
wa .a member of )he cast of the .. .. 14111 .
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Bedlaa4. school faeuUy.flay and .
Barrow of Walton WM on the

sidelines with an. infected leg.. '1'f1H E 1936 ford V-ft It At scat Ford
Brooker wilt play Home in, the
.1..et' boflub foe!Amk r ihaa cats" >
opener-'and Walton willengage
Franklin far the second game next : bevcwt the accept..hc..oCiIf price
Wednesday night. class.In engine performaaCe,tiding coot
fort,roominess-it mar be. compared with
WHENirSANCwtr art costing hundreds ol.dollar morel:

Today' Ford b backed br over OOA,* f ,A
000 Ford V..'. wr lit road Jo America =

e t alone. Her 'are it* mostoutstanding 4
valuei manr brand new'this year.V .
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and power with proved' V-t ecoeoor. e
will mass irtfatMO-tke' fmJt oT wo MW r f
rolle.-.".*bearings,*longer mwlag kavckle
ana and sat u.a..aecI-u..' do. .
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Mim-tAHTt ILUI-wits eacepttoaally large
baking Mocha(J8' square laches). j jr
IAVH fTMCMIOMiro MitnMO-OUIfni NAil -
-& ,aeUcal gears. tot all speeds
MW NHDOM moat WOM-.sp eUIly ietuhied,
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MIW AWN-fnii wwnJ- eoosCoctse rid- s.1l Oflt" fa.add '1'
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Pare, Four TUB LEADER. ENTERPRISE Friday December 13. 1935.


THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE 1 hlbtt Is net eontsttt until they en j
return and bring others to. see It ; THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER s
rabltehe Friday aa Homelead. and already thia word of mouth! If t I
FU., fey the Soulh Dade advertising Is bringing ever m- BT MR*. U I*, pow IJBRUUAJI Lime ;

rubUkhlng C*. creasing crowd white dally radio ...
talks and constant publicity In vas Bird
unaaav II wondltrlt1l-"Luc
BEN: ARCHER ___. .....Editor metropolitan papers will help to thing sets me
fir s.--1
etodU wAe.iel. a w brsitewderMhu Oayheart' stands for day en our
swell the growing tide of visitor, :::
', ...... _>fQueer rental shelf almost unnoticed, and Told Us ,,
Entered: a* second class mall I doubt If any other advertisingdone I
authors towAnd
of
Matter Man 5, lilt at UM port by toe state this winter will by one our popular
snip al Homestead, Florida under I prove as effective and profitable but with *U thin airport there Is "Old Jutes", one of
i dedication and airship clouding the most talked of books of the day .. ....
the act of March .. JI7. from: the standpoint of the amount -- ,
Invested as this *iar4ou exhibitat the sky, there hM been little demand and a prize winner, too another
That the town's latest benedict
Rockefeller Center for Information on the sub: volume which spends too much .
BUI PRICE. |3.0, A YEARMOCIUN' ject of aeroplanes or aeronautic time at home on the library shelf who i* celebrating his honeymoon,* '
The the exhibitby
support given
of the rental with a grand case of the mumps, la'planning
out
to it
HM Citmw.QxnmUsion is more Several request for 'airplaneatorles pay way i:!
I class "Seven Pillars of Wisdom"Is already to place HIS son
"Yellow Dove"
such ,
a
BIRD TV DE MANGO than Justified and the return on
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!t TREE that investment will be felt in Increased "Lilac Time", "Wings' and a few I another book which should haw 'tat an early age between the two
,, demand for Florida citrus I such things but that to ALL Well, a better circulation among our swellest mump victim: in the .'
} Mockin bird in de mango tree, fruits They should however get! you can never, telL One little I reader It cost *o much, money! county.. .
} Keep on .lnIJ *," melody the full benefit U offers by' tying' low In the early days of hit ,. .1.1,tt probably never will pay off, so,I That It takes* an event Uk tb w'
AU de v lld'0 t 1Ia nm'; up"with the exhibit in their advertising met me on the street the other do not wait until you find it on the II
make the
r air meet to grown-up "
; ,. I hilt yo' head with a saucy grace, I now appearing In northern night and asked me it we had any j open shelf May never make the In charge really appreciate an or.;.'I.
J You must think dot yo1 own dfi .' papen with the line "Don't! books on how to build airplanes. chang I ganiaation like the Boy Scout.
place Fail to Visit the Florida National I Said he thought be would get a The December number of the- t
I : Olvln' it a chrlstenln'l Exhibits at Rockefeller Center.. tool chest for Christmas He has Wilson Bulletin contains list of I I That lithe Future Farmers!>sa -
Daring my brief stay In New I'I Ipst his library card but thinks,l twenty current library favorite able to farm a* thoroughly u \
t Whah's de rest cf toe famibly York I took time out to visit the maybe! he can get a dime to pay made from 'pets of twenty-six key they took car of placing and gath. .
: You out hsvln': a Jamboree, office of Ruthrauft and Ryan, advertising for another libraries In the United States and Bring up. several hundred fielddates
t Whan yo' mate an' chillunif agency handling our Speaking of library cards, better Canada. Of these twenty title and bleacher plank Wed .-
( I caln set on d. steps die way citrus account It la one of the be looking for .oura-the new we have In the Homestead library nesday, their future I* assured. j,
\ Heorm all dat yo' got to say- largest and most efficient in the jeer la almost upon us and that I I THIRTEEN, eight of the fiction e '
: 1 ain't worth no millions. ,country and the manner In which meant a new register. and a change list and five on the non-fiction. That more than one taxpayer .
they have taken hold of the jobIs I of card Extra work and I tax wonder by what warrant J. a,
Why taint I be so gay in' free, very credible Now, if we can upon your timeT Yea but about A* Usual Durrance, Homestead's No i pert
Sing :in' fly round de mango tree, Just exercise a little more commonsense the) only way we can keep things. I and his two accountants haw beengiven
Tii 'Stead of wash an' sweepln'? and judgment In intelligently j straight here where we have such I Bobby ws In a store with his free entree to all records of
mother when he wa given candyby :}
All I do Is work all day, regulating. the. movement of our a floating population. Another i one of the clrrks the light and water departmentwhen .
3 I don hove 110 each chance to play fruit from this end the campaign it Is a 10 to 0 bet he Is hutch-! .
soon as daylight' peepln'l1 Should prove very beneficial The j pegs artists, bare-back riders,, "What mud you say, Bobby?" Ing more trouble for the city. "

ii!!:' .ynn Russell American Eagle. alarming price decline on tight-wire walkers aerialists, gym I' "Charge IV he replied. -The I I

...........,...,................................-.'''.."..... of fruit list week action indicates in this direction.the nee; nasts cowboys and cowgirls besides "And did you wash behind your
prompt the many trained animals Efficiency Expert ears?"

{i Too Late to Classify CHILDREN'S HOME -NEEDS wUl perform In the three rings The piano teacher was expectedany "On her side I did' mother.-.
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under the circus tent in t .
a procession S. Monitor.
I By JtuMwII Key i CASH. CLOTHING, FOODJacksonville of thrills and feats of daring minute and William was preparing -

,..pmY................"o,.,".,.._.,..,"._ 1 Dee: 12 Faced! Performance win be presented to take his lesson Ohl '
with a hug*'.deficit of practically1 "Did you wash your hands?" }
c You know Ive Just enough ten thousand dollars (brought at 1 and 8 p. m. Door will be Inquired mother. "Where did you lesion ihntlitwg.
country buy" 10 my makeup to about because It did not want to opened an hour before showing "Yes1. piece?"
h ijlwuvD gotfewhule of a thrill out refuse any homeless child needingIts time to allow the public in opportunity "If not a new piece. The plano -
ol a trip to the big town, and while I care), the OMldren's Home SoCletv to visit the animal tent !before "And your face" I I has been tuned."--E1 Paw .
t doubt if t> would ever want ton of Florida and Its state superintendent bean j seated in the big top. "Yes, mother." World New ,
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,ti .k< 4t My permanent home It Manw C "'Daddy'r.ii
11 Aire I* u swell place to spend a are maitlnrfhebntoit urgent

; brief vacation appeal they MtvV-eVAsstied In 33 UITMAIDAr "U LIfdtt. .. .fhNN 1l mN
The counties block of towering years of setKlra-jp-pver thirty-five
buildings, the millions of thousand honfclnialnd peed chll
I \ people, Ia..tle and bustle al I dren. *. > a 4 r ..-.....-. ..19.t .
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to. t.
r ways give Awl the I .
Impression that .
The. greatest need I* for money h .
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i I'm In I gigantic madhouse. to carry on its great work of providing .
i i' And everyone tike life so erl- the hmsVRervstitles of life SQUAWS .

ouslyvryen I* always in a for the score of little helpless, IIJ r .. ; .' ,'. ',;
,j, hurry They fight their way homeless ehlI iron now luider the. tfftlrr..tr ...rr. .: .. I

Z: through whirling door and turn- society care \\5i' .. '. .. .
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roles. jump madly from a local to The second I* clothing for boys \ : : .. '
X an express to save two minutes, I and girl up to' U year of age. t : ; -WS ro-tites Civic :
i. '\ only to lose five watching a street r New and used clothing, underwear .
y)) vendor demonstrate a Mickey I hat, caps, sweaters shoes, tJI, IIIIJN wolO wIr{Cea
Mouae toy or gating at window stockings and baby garment will '.. rHJ1'ct' ''''-
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dresser making up a window all b* gladly welcomed 41Kv
.14.
display I The third appeal b for donation .
From morning 'till night the of staple groceries, canned ;! 'QID <
} crisp order 'Stand Back Please"and II preserves, meats,fruit, 100d'.1 'f :

\' Watch Your Step" ring in I candies, toys, nuts. ]', .S WKQ +
:; your ear Great tides of human- that children can eat will be grate*! ,, M rrc
ity push you this way and that I 1 I fully received: '. 'R" of
You enter an office and bang up I I. The society has Its largest I \ '

I against the outer guard of telephone I wiving home, nd omUjruOf chip I \ .
I'\I girland office boys who then at .25fid Riverside. avenue! 7 W !RitOalt: SIT a
ask youIfjrou have an appolntfnvnt I 1.Jacksonville; All money should f" i
la a font that Is Intended to i, be sent to R. V. Cbvlngton, Tress ,
give yet\f a terrible Inferiority com i urer. 428 St...James

:I plexEach; morning the great maw of!| Jacksonville No gift or donation. can bit volt SQUAwS. I!I !
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Manhattan to + + + i I'
:: opens up receive its{I large or too I small to be of
'-uh-er.l1l.MQwrmlnllnnuJl of genuine help Everybody is In4 ,, : Ivi. .. .. .. aa. t.
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:' manity joured) Into it from vited to help provide a real Christ A' '-

l, plrecUorrV-thveted. subway hII-I I mss for the*jiotMlese and needi I
terurbafytou* und train little one of all creeds. :. I II ,
ferry both; and numberless motor !I
I MrPeople. people people,fighting 'I TIlE enters n COMING
their way to work, fighting', TO TOWN :
I their way home again day In and Homestead will play host tomorrow
1 day' out.la the IUI'IIlMr'.It1t1Jn: (Saturday) to the Barnet|
'': beat andthe winter* bitter cold-.I Bran, big thren-ring circus which
: hev*. ending and never over. will to here for a one-da
And It I* into the very heart of engagement This appearance Ii
this mad whirl that Florida hat assembled being sponsored by the Arenuf

the. most complete and j Club of Homestead. ..__7'1
comprehensive exhibit: of her'i Old time clrcua.atmosphere will'
charms, advantage, product and I prevail In Homestead when Bar 1 1I -- J.
Resource* that hit yet been staked nett arm are. bare a* this show I It .
Backed 11'1.' knowledge and I one ot few' op the road1"'today 1 jfIS'
experience gained at A Century ot that still clings to the street parade 'j
Progress In Chicago, Earl Brown The parade, In Homtta4will ON'- Of 9- ,
land his o-worker* have outdone leave the show groundspromptly 12{; S'" Of$
themselves hi this presentation .e ''
nose $ '
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the Florid National Exhibits at la th, line oT march wilt be! '''

;Rockefeller Center I I found elephant; camels, open den :4 :- '
Even before the exhibit wa .f- of wild animate and score of Tk pletir.equo ;;CRUlI CORN DANCES. acte'ai imrgatlveT;; I* started.. During"* drink-j

.tidally opened thousands had visited men and women to brlghtly-hued 4 kU seen year in June by the 1Ia4I... of Florid! Ing, tile 4JM Ugtns.. 1. It; toile Medicine. /sa|1
the exhibit hall IIIt'nMIdl!1 I i costumes while Mu four bands .. are Ik* annual busuM meetings Jadlcial mean join and aQ *.l.g ,th* Hedloia Song The rest!
iby the liicbk dlaorama palm,I will accompany with' stirring x iv** are !. tile hands .f a.eenacit: which decrees wralar they eat' *f the green --.- The 'WfoUowuic ,

'tropical plants, colorful fruit display marches. ;IMBahJa for violations. .t tb. ....... tad It to It ens, of fasting, and the reset MM *f )
and other attraction j' Th screeching calliope Integral add that the death faulty bee. m do.bUdly been teutiJlc.:
On the tpenlnf day thousands i
part of any circus paradewill
inflicted to UM past Today, tile Green Cora
more treked through the building'\, follow the long line of beautifully I
listening to Governor Sholts' Stirring I decorated wagon Dance It IB process at decay, through contact The JEWFISH I II fairly common off tU coast i 1 1f
dedication address, followed'; '1' The performance presented by with the white man and MW fewer and fewertteaaX Florida and attain aa Immense rise, raaabf j'la '
by a sincere and cordial Imitation Barnett Bros. this season I It aid : The above diagram shown the dance are weight IP tot sever and eight hundred powiMlhnl I
from charming Ruth Bryan to be the moat elaborate that this T reasonless elMJIIII7. Fr ag.'ws*. attendant*] wm* the largest a an bosses feeding flahtb. |:
Owen to come and visit our state.And /show has yet attempted, The freeing of die list day, the tile Key WellllUI'bt.' : JewlUh steak find r..df
everyone who visit the *x-.j[ downs, acrobats, tumbler,. tra- I f-r *g taUflr the "Btoek Drl k", wilds, sale It b off du fnwsOaa-brow *t4or: -
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Friday, December 1.1, 1935. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Paw Five
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addrea tyiteo whisk eras operated To Hear Report of State :

I I Longer Lines in Ford V-8 for 1936 J1i ] I oobtoa.throughout the day by M. D. Townsend Convention

George W. Turner, Jr., kept hit Delegate to the convention of I
ambulance ready at the field for Florida Townsend clubs, held In "
possible emergencies, the fire department Orlando last week-end, will report ,
was on duty well a meeting of theounseled
,hell CaJ: truck and,pumper at the =04.:7 Club Sunday
.ilrport.--in tact the whole eom- afternoon at MO o'clock In tHeft
unity helped make the day a King Cooper School audi-

..ucceaa.Aa torlum. Representative from the \
i i a result of the dedication local dub Included Mayor P. B 7

f I I program the newt that Homestead Bird President T D. Piehe. B B. j
hat an airport wa flatbed through Pullen W. a Aken and T. E.
the country by Alvin Shoemaker, Itlrb,.
I national publicity director for All- Official of the club state that

American air meets, the tame day ;several important questions handled -
md aviation Journals thrbugbout by the state convention will
the country will carry the) item come up tor dtscuisioa at the meeting
'/ about the dedication. City Engineer Sunday.
\ Hook said yesterday that
,I he would begin preparing a project
Mistress (to new maid): "Be
plication for construction of a
I careful when dust these picture -
you
hangar for the city council to subs -
*. Mary they are all Old
s
mit to WPA authorities. a* formal *
Master,.
dedication of as airport put a
Maid "Good gracious Who'd
i iI city to line to apply far tile granting
ever think you'd been married all
of such a federal project j
them time,, JllIUtlI"-Watchman.
With hangar for the protectionand
40 n Examiner.
repair of aircraft Homestead1 r
I field to all probability would have
been used this year a* a "wtng" In the country lea than ten minutes
70 7' r1 sr7ii4'#tL ilRar 'b'A y." + I of the General Headquarters Air away by air the Rtdland District
talc Chamber of Commerce believes
Force. With the Miami area
'TUB LONG= and nor graceful line of the bores behind chromium grille N." design tttel !I ing a foremost place in aviation the Redland District future
.
Fort Y4 tar lttl are veil Illustrated la Olt view ottk wheals with U4.Uui bull cape art bandsou and J I.I'' and Chapman Field destined to lie in developing an adequate
Popular O* Lou Tailor fiWaa. The Mr longer easy to clean type front seats are exceptionally be one of the great army air bate airport
I bend extends tracifallr ow the attnethr new comfortable. This body type,of welded steel like 'j I
radiator pill Wide streamlined front leaden, with alt Toed Y-t bodies, I. alto available without de lu I s
en imposing tare, thread the tint and aou** till appointments at lower coat. 'I

I atuntlng plane At the conclusion -I between field officials and the an- FOR i
CHAPMAN FIELD of the stunt feature he land Bounocr1 itand.

ed and made a tardy arrival'at the Captain Andrews, official,of the
HEAD DEDICATES: speaker' stand to take up hilt air meet and visiting pilot were
scheduled job of announcing.Mr. taken to the Green Lantern Restaurant
at 12:IS for a luncheon .HIM
Voelter who own and operates v
LOCAL AIRPORT the All-Americaa Airportat provided by the Homestead Rotary 1
Club through a committee,
and Jack
Opalocka, Montgomery
filled in aa announced until composed of W B. Rheney, A. F.1 a
{Continued Rom Page One) Captain Haniaon'i arrival and Arthur and (George L. Frlck.: The:I
luncheon was' entirely without' from the
Mr. Voelter, with hit eonaUnt
Hunt 38 feet. 4 Inches from r"
nark. *2l; Chalk $] feet, 4 inch J stream of informed and humorous tpeechet or Other formality and''I
comment the various and as loan at It was over those at.-II I
on pilot
** from mark $10; Tex Rankln
went back to the MEN'SSH'OP
ship In the event, made in big tending airport I
ft feet six Indict, $9; Cut ,.
off
where CaptaJn Andrew took
hit with the crowd. I II
,flonataj., 90 feet Inches $5. In hit plane for Chapman 1'1814.1 I.
Rankin who earn In,hit stunt A Standard Oil Co. plan piloted The meet was resumed at 1:-30. '
fog, Waco, rails from Portland by K. W. Brown flew Into theairport'in I Mayer Preston 8. Bird, a* matter -';
Ore.. and it the author of the afternoon bearing
set <
a
of-crfunentei, introduced Cap-1 "" 'II I."
book!"on 1b'mSzm".J Is s I Madame Carmen Eyleet: formerly I tain Andrew Ben Archer, alI I, '
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barnstormer tram Minnesota. 'who of the Chicago Civic Opera Com president of the Redland District': BcioUfuiJI lA-M4 Handkerchief
AM a thriving business in betweentraces pany. They arrived in Miami I Chamber of Commerce, presented I II ;I .ftf* H ,,
and expect to visit the I Tuesday from New York for the I the trophies and prize money to1 $1:25
Miami air meet and downto
Homestead airport again Sunday came
I winner of the event I II
TVUlard McGahey who acted atam Homestead for the dedication I City Engineer: 11;. L. Hook Jr., i .,
ot the Judge, gave flying experience 11 here. at chairman of the technical committee i Excellent broadcloth pajama
to nearly three dozen pe Dr. A. S Bertram 1. W Mr- of the air meet worked untiringly 'I II $1.:9: :>
sent in Jila tour-place Stlnaon cabin -j Gahey and Jack Montgomery, all I with the aviation committee ', .. {.
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job, which wat not entered in of the Greater Miami Airport Association I and officer of the chamber I Ties and Neckwear at
any of the event donated their services ,of Commerce In arranging and carrying j
Dead stick landing contest winners at field officials out tile vent*. The cham- 59c, $1,$1.25 and 51.50 k

were a* follow: Charles r The Homestead futon Farmers ber'' aviation committee,composedof .
Darn, 1 foot 10 inches from under'the direction ot their adviser Mack Hardee, Carl Tweedell; Uirfcok .. plain and
mark. $25; L A. Heard. :2 feet 7 George Wakefield and da and George Cooper, originated the I'i' Hurt skiers a
inches, (10; Mam, < feet 7 Inches, Cave, assisted ta providing sees for dedicating the airport !
t.
$5; Chalk, s feet, 11 inches, $.. bleacher Improvised from field A. R Livingston supervised the i $ /
"*The 10-mile race for ships of the boxes and plank loaned by local building and plating of pylon and, .
:Aeronca,Cub and Eaglet class WM firm Th Homestead troop of in other twhnical arrangements,1 Finest .f Standard Shirt at '

won a* follows: Karl Voell<<. tint Boy Scout under Scoutmaster Gordon Ivey,superintendent of theelectric I 95c, $1.25, $1.50. $U5
A. KaeaUine and Assistant ... fight sad water department
$M Darnel
; ee OI1d. 110; Chalk, I
third $9 li Heard, fourth ... Cat ma>ter .CUM" rnMcber A..j ,left a tick feed before he!!' .
aIaDa..,'. Ryan speedster WM puMibl amoatBnranning air should have to move a pole Un Caries bin serge lull //
forced out of the race byes .puttering I by helping! I*keep tbe crowd on the norfh boundary of the airport I $25-
motor. field line and running .... and run a wire to the public I
.
The Three Mugs of Beer act was .
II.... ScbaAner and Marx
gotten up by Voelter, Dime and
Heard especially for the All- Sail,
American'Air'Meet In Miami but $28.50 up

Homestead got to see it a day Tomato and Bean .

( Ahead ot Miami. The three Diane Sport Trenaen at all {Mire*.
. 'galloped ta the air like hone and
tipped, slid, dived and climbed
for an the world a* if they bad

t the taken, arid too many II their mugs performance of beer. In Growers Attention THE MEN'S SHOP

Captain 1L R. Harrison,coramitnd-
4 S. Krome Ave Homestead Fla.
OT of the VJS. Marine Reserve station ,
in Miami, roared into the picture
in his "beQ diver pod gave Good seed Is the best investment Ton can ,
,
'D exhibition of 200-miltHm-bour I ,
' acrobatic high above the small make. When yon buy Ills ?ORE'S BREf>.IUTE -- -


I: HOMESTEAD LODGE NO. SI SEED you 'buY the'standard :of,qaality.H Deming Pumps and Water Systems

! : t V '. .'. w Joint' ,
L O. O. F. Slip Irrigations-Pipe'
Just refeJTerf'a'new, shipnent er Tomato
Meet every Tse.dar evening at ,
, 8ecleekisLOOTva11N.W8 .' j Kerosene Driven Irrigation Pumps:
and Bean Lji
Squash
I sheet.vialt I *ee< -

rs Wetoem I ., ',:1' Aermotor Windmills '

For best results plant Kilf ore's BREDRITESeed.

MULCT Call, phone or write for my prices
Max a. rose ML a
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AMERICAN LEGION

lasts M end third Wadawdtff. R.H.MAGRUDERFactory
tfc, American tacks Bids,
fold MI OM fotOk Krause Art,
11"We end. "... The Kilgore ,Seed Co. Agent }

I Phone Bayview521 3421 Main. Highway
Homestead, fla. Phone 63
Ing Coconut: GroveI '

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Pave Sit THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday December 13,1935.

: Girl Steps Out of Christmas Seal stead chaplaint- to "-11
Kansas boys on a tour of

I To Sell Governor Sholtz First BatcliThe I at land the District Pan-American give them a

,1 t dining room in Miami,

ts oa give a them deep-sea a fish flaking fry I

I I have been appointed
waiting for the boys to i

down. i
I In order that the
t w Redland District may
derstand what the
I er organization la, how it I
its purpose and its value
j I sent this third chapter of

I jtion: CHAPTER HI
1 1 to
I Boys attending the
ings get great experience,
in an agricultural way. but ,
a political and business wa i
chapter elects officers for 1
ning of the chapter :
{ Boys holding these offices/ ,
| leader and have .'deaire |
i on the growing & 1
j I member become _1I\te
holding an office of the
and wee c toward it. "To .
brotherhood, and to
I opportunities," i* one ot : : t :;
fponsiblltie of a Future .
.blPP1n1"w -
vice-president : ..
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i girl on the 193S Christmas 1* Wearing_fume of the period 1"
goal stepped out of the seat to sell of 1880 when charity stamp were Its fdleela. tar Ne I '
Governor Dave Sholti the first originated. The first charity baba fr.n sift .ef W_ "t
JQirlstmas seats sold In the statevt j stamps were sold to aid soldier BaiwrlM anKMIriwd ..... it
Florida In the campaign which I I In the CvtfWu. I aa abe walk rkrMa ... *

opened Thanksgiving day. The Christmas seal sale lit Flori I >
'The Christmas seal girl this yearU da 1* sponsored by the Florid* Dee. t. 1915
Mill Hay Bentley, student at Tuberculosi< drill Health Asaodvtlon .,-"The regular meeting
the riMide State College for Worn 'I and It*aOlllatedorganlzationi,, council was held" onda \
vn. sad daughter .of M ,BeBtley Fundderived from the sal helpto with J. D. Redd;;' president
t>4 Lakeland. make possible the early dlk'OVIPery chair. Member present; I
Mla Bentley, W the picture of tuberevta. \seal, a pro Lon, W. J. Tweedell, C. B.
above, is shown delivering to' gram of beaAA*protection among mer and X. F. Brooker. I,
: Governor' fhottt M 'the 'Capital! children in Florida, &Intensive, -.tn awing is i enjoylng I j
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,f uwn, the seals bearing tier plot I health 'educational campaign \ I
from her : .
mother.Ur* Vnxl
ture.. finder Miss Bentley' arm among negmul3nd many other j i
who
arrived last Ii
:t are Christmas packages Cyly deeorsted : things de1 lag to spend the winter.
with Christmas ...... She healthier place to which to live. ;
--W. H Cast will begin t
bean this week. He .'
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they plan to co-operate in all tu* to three acres."Henry ."
t ,Homestead F. F..A. New I ture events ot the community.This Carter L1L Da

fey Teaaasy M.Qett'Air Homestead future Farmers bans: Carter and Mr*. A, C. ..
................-----.1 had a busy week. They have Just to Miami on Monday on a for
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finished planting S9 acres of spuds I motor for '
Rarest Potato planting! car. over 20 yew Dodge
t and putting over the seating for theIr baa been famous for these euaUtfea.Everybody .
Welcoming and entertaining visitors race .,' knows Dodge tan"lakt It.*
Everything It seem But Now they have another Job.
: the Future Farmers like It The The Kansas boys will be down :
boy have a great desire to "keep around Christmas and they've got, I
the ball rolling". They cooperatein to get up Some kind of entertainment .
putting over the air race, arid for them. So far the Home : Pwtw t

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..>, Sf Every Its Added k> these anrlbutM Dodge bas
Do been smashing aU economy maiAr-'
(the two retuisllc of successful _,-farmlll) Best and M for the an UM Dpdge..titan
are reports from saw Dodge owners all'ever
the country stating tbty ate (ttr
ling II w 14 mllae to the gallon gas
vUseiSOILADE.Spilade ollne-and saving up to 30* on efl.T .
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HERE'S extra quality la
fives' :you; ihane.;.advantages. tie Ajrmoiw&artocvmw AfnwW*Big Crop Fertiliser. *

because Iii process of manufacture' 'conUin not ''only' "Nitrogen/ PhoephorleAdd and
Potash from carefully selected'aourced4 but also minor
blends together in perfectly balanced I and secondary plant foods. Though they cost you
'and nothing extra these other-acUTe'plant foods play aa P r
form, mineral; .collodial orgranlc :. : J Important part in 'crop' development. The balanced 1

plant foods, including all of the essential ration of major, plant food*':-.PlltmgeaPhoephoiiaAdd :: ark." i .
Potash to-pljifl ; ,,"}or-aAd secondary: winter
elements necessary to normal.i r', plant' food*-art there to protect you trees daring the .
r ; growth in such manner as"*to Insure season and stole up energy feat[ the early spring grow-: top H an-thla Wg auto, Uaosyavtag -'
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weathers to0rodMjMixim.acrop quality ,
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your plaat normal, longer-lircd, natural fralt. fcsbhm aoitiorltfas lit all parts ct U.acowMry.

: growth. '.. -. .... ,. Be sire that your citrus ani4egetable crop get,thextdrantage j few foliar. Y.. mere Dodge this sew the earn lowest only **'

';" of Arnovr'a active plant foods this year. peka SMB. :
See you agent or. write na dlrecU, I

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Far Sale "yUB

SOIL7IDC Inc. DEE SCrrLT CO. LOW FIRST COST
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B. L IUXO:'(. Warckeesemasja ,'lIIours
(CARL F. WARNER Representative tzge:
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Friday, December 13, 193&> THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pa or*. Seven r '

-- 1nft: M .. ". ricottat ; !
ri>-.. daan .le sd, MrsCharlii MARCH 3-7 i i,
''Topplno, Mrs. Fritz Schreader : what time do you

In and .AroundHomestead Mm Herbert Hunter, Mrs. jluaseU AS DATES little IIIII.'" i 'f
Hoover Mr*, M. SUverman, Mia : "Soon as youve J'P
\ I Marion Robertsem Mi a Gladys ma say -Ex, 1
I Sharp and Mr*. Severy.i REDLAND 1

i I Mrs S. S. -Shield who pent (i. .BALL J I

from Monday till Thursday it her (CaaMMMd From j.rr
I home here has returned to Miami organisation in the IMwio )
for another week : It possible to pot on a (', :) A D
Dr. Wm. J. Carter, who recently : rented the W F. Thayer houses on display at fruit the IlFJ> UNRS j
returned from a one-month Stamford avenue Sylvia Terrace, Angelo Butt left for
Boston co-operate with It :
tit with the Rev. Fred W. Bedland.Don frees A*.. '
'* ion MM, Saturday when he received Dada County
Carter, stamp Clerk in the Went word of Illness la his family there request of a delegation # t
Palm Beach post office, reports Pemjrra, who has been seriously Improvement LETTER
that he hat received word ot the Ul In a Miami hospital for Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kesslnger turn over to that i
birth of nU sixth! grandchild a the past two weeks, is do the roadto of Caldwell, W. Va., who arrived mount appropriated af ftwUa Cltto* rnHt
lion born to Mr. and Mrs Robert recovery and Is expected to be Monday for the winter are guests fruit festival r
J. Carte? in San Flanging on Nov., brought home today. of Air.and Mr Cohernour Oramn of k
Boyd Then South Florida atilaptr /t/
10. ... ; '_ ; .' .,-- Mr.,Kcssinger will be employed In will ba held in trawura emu sly i. rapport to I'::case and r 1

: Mr, and Mr*. L E. httuck of teen Mrs.visiting rTanevrDutenbury her mother who Mrs.has Miami. property improvement of UM ::.:::..tbs Apw.meas eeo eepe.w Its, Ii
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*' SpringflemV'.MaM hnvej-jeturti*] David .W.- Shetzline, for several Minister "Do you take this man conut Film drives io. tbp erewee. pi a /
.", to their-.winter home Oft'o&"tvia week blares'W leave for her home for better .( svomef" roasts .\In.. ,1Im.. ." art
.In.d W aaov Uwl
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.- TtorrIIce. .!/,:. .- to take he U. If he get any.better he'11 ..... ...... ....a4A- n.aa 1 '
.. t Mn and Mr*. William DuAtofl of Mrs.,Shtttlinef'norm for the aurt die, ait' *f b* get any v/us Ahll The M..='M>*'two vUe a1 ;1
Silver Palm are expecting to have rReK. ,-: ... ..! I kill him Jll'lt1f.I. ;::: :-: |mt@nM the elua! l
.- had eitmaMw as
with than bvr thdi'iolideyi\ thtMsoninlaw -

and daughter, Mr. and Mrs J, E. Davis I* recovering ...Crono"l, l
Mrs. Ledley Cowger and two children !- from'an attack of bronchial pneumonia. s ,
7j t.
Mardel and Ledley, Jr .. ; and sonunnad- ,lawem l
", &P th..aa .
pnwUratl* S. '
Edward Burk;) too Mr. and Mrs.E. I kM a* laeertnmdsa In ;
:. Oakley Mr*. Florence Holloway I FLORIDA CITY :.::VON to tit ere* the the fw-fruit t Y,
and Millard Mlnnerly are moving Mr*. W.WJ wrr, CrrMp .t4f*| I wrier, la hi* IS nare i

.. from the- ,Livermore htyustr wet} _"' -.... ....__ ............--"" _, I ,the aa*avubrUnt Dense sea ol rort....,. '
Kedland road to their new home ....... t* all oon<*rn.4, J
West J. B. Cloninger hal a* hU guest i '' low Roth .row- x 4
> on Mowry street t-
for the Winter C. S. Davis of To P i'H money aura_.
---- markets doaW>taI
atur, Tenn., who with his Dec-I eommte.toa It
Mrs. Fred Whiting returned live on ,the Cloninger .... aamptnua ales
Tuesday from Daytona Beach that BUM a prod ; 1
that place. iM will UM Uneaten ea. ; t
.where she had visited for six weeks '- Ml** ot Florida eltru ",
with her soft and daughter-in-law, '' i had sblpmeots
,. and F. 1, t. sad) Cloninger- t* seriously : : buyers .n trols.aa1 <<
Mr Mr* R. Whitney. ef baptisms ......
1U at the home of hit ton, c : .
L. O. Oonmgeri in Florida t it
at Agreement
,Mr. and Mrs Frank Carter of give ':
.Mount, Vision' N Y,, who are < % lbs k nni .of.tacks
Stop signs now mark the school *. W*
pending the winter in Fort Lauderdsle .... and hlledd" insane' '
are visiting Mr. Carter's son. on Caves avenue and speed _.... .. the ouiw
1 ,nephevruand tiieee Mr. and-Mra. limits hayt been painted under **for uoow the>ful.but area InUrari pw
; J. FMeKimmey, i .the supervision of Marshall Wm. Mart of rat rma>baT
J '1: h. l and b.
jperonlmd o.
.,7r 1 1-: : --r.
. r ,11 olds., .. trews the ) .
. 'fMiA and Mrs. V. M. Hunnicutt t, 1 *raawn .
5 .ef LiMilsvllle. Ky., arrived Saturday '" Well Isabel Becker and Grover fr.p.ID' : _..* ._.., sea
the -tn* Indue
' tot kwlait With'Mr..and Mrs, Becker of Miami visited, relative ., ," ." :"': ) and eperatnd.
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!}O. lIUI' .; JI"4 here Wednesday." ; MlMt Involve... redeffal by the bid die s |
t< )Y''l'\ -StnTC **ta i, 3. M; Scarborough: I*, expected : ),fr.. HelenPrescott of Georgia .,., ,..ef....th China* rtdoral ar* .hi 0_<>.. f)
to return tomorrow- .abuai a tf. 9.Iq
arrived Monday to be the guest they aw fair to all '
:t.;. cess trip to Orlando. "., ."- of -her niece Mrs. B. a Edwards. th*-arowora.. and, the epos. 1

"" ,. =:Makes It* own f .
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Miss 'Ilea Buff waf, brought, '' an approved bj the
", .home..Wednesday .from..*, ..Miamihospital.where 'tltrt l ,Sim Hancock 1* reported to I' ...1' ,. ......IW.., aad the aa. '
"'- be seriously at at her home here then t.kM sroar
heart and
Most builders at
she haiubeen MT men are b :: the rrrulatlon
it covering from serious Injuries received adopt tot IM *uid-
"fi A two week ago in an suto- Mr. and Mrs. Horayck who occupied they work they like good tools An ideal : nrr chipper I east
91 mobile accident the Todd cottage for several ...
, week have moved to Home for the man with the home workshop is to i headline oaa of -'s':

.vii 'MIi. Ed r.: .Ki."anel. her threedaughters stead. ; do not brae biat
'. Vera Frances and Peggy him some finely tempered tool that he will : uatlon.In tn*All InduMry of in who and f
i' arrived last week from Orient Mrs Wm. McCullough of Red- .nl to mark ClI ltru
Point t. L, N. Y., to join Mr. King land and her son, Billy John pent for years. Let us assist you in selection. 'W"**the. tncMfnr hlshfH per M* '
who baa been here tor a month several day.. last week with her u* and with oUnr
They have taken an apartment Barents, Mr and Mrs John ':::"Arss.sa' .":' are :
the Given Victor home for the Rohrer tabilllr wd _a.... f
winter. .', HOMESTEAD HARDWARE the industry on which
for a the llbood.
'h The Florida: City P.-T. A. held r, truly, t
1 Mr. and Mrs Chas Floyd of its December meeting Tuesday WYNN, Olsrei.. ,
MiaasMl
Sweetwater Tenn, and T. O evening at the home, of Mrs W. J, G. Owner >j. ; Tsse.ttnLD -T
Lankford Of DecatUr, Tenn. are W. Sever/,. and made plan for oaowKRS or II.OKIDAltead
here for the 'winter, They have a Christmas tree at the school aartni Orlando, tlwMa I
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select: tot Your home baa this : ,:

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Own the refrigerate that saves ., We "h ve'application' blanks J for i. "

up to $11 a month. Cone hand < ,

let u* show you proof ofNorfd i j>' government loans'W'

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Eight THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Friday, December 131935.





Social Events in South Dade ro, I




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RICHARD IICFF MARRIES Mr*. Phlnnry Mia Catherine Or- --- "" MRS. QUINAN TELLS P.-T. A. OF WORK .
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MISS ALICE HOLKENTINE tanedes, Mlai Orphe Lee Sowell The Calendar I
DONE WITH CHRISTMAS SEAL MONEY
The marriage of MU Alice Mol- Mia Butt DodMn, Mill Rifle
ken tine of Miami to Richard O. Booth, Miss Ira Connor, Mine Deo. Preibyterlan Auxiliary '
Huff' of Homestead, by County Myrtle and Pauline Counce rummage sale In Goulds. Tuberculosis coat our ;notion; "Our only Income is from the
Judge Boyd H. Anderson' flf Fort mum Zllxabctfa and Catherine Deft 14-Junior Woman' Club j a billion dollar a year, eight dollars sal of Christmas teal and bond"
Lauderdale it bis borne Dec f, WHUami, Mist Myrtle Lucky, of Homestead charity ball at for each person in It, Mr The association voted to buy
Mir Myrtle: Phinney, Clara Jean Edw. Qulnaa of the Dade County
was announced late last night by Homestead Country Club one ot the tuberculosis associa
Mr Md tin. JL a. Walter who and Kaael SoweD, Correne Cash, Dee. U-Woman'* Club of Tuberculosis Association told the tion's five dollar bonds.
accompanied the young couple to Beatrice Wilson, Marjorie Connor Homestead' bazaar and rummage Homestead P.-X. A. at a meeting Mrs. Jane Nenbltt
Hilda Clarke and Darts Ada bellS Tuesday afternoon. "Last year county nun
Fort Lauderdale end who were the sale In arcide. and member of the
only attendants.Mr. Codxnt Joyce Fbtanfy. Esther Dee. IT-Meeting of Woman'aClub Florida lost one thousand case,H association,
Hid who I* the i soa of Mr*. and Marie Kufcldt Nellie Clas. i of the Redland In clubhouse the laid. "There are only five states gave Gift.a reading D., E"Nellie'Moomaw Missionary -
W. J. cwt of Homestead b a V. J Bennett George Lorton! at 3:30 p. m. In the country without state sanitariums "The Sunshine of Your tang"
clerk Brown's. Pharmacy. W....I Jr. Lloyd Walter, George Ku Dee. K Homestead Home lor tuberculosis patients, and Chorus of Smile:
Huff win retain her petition with feldt Henry DocUon. Graft Waiters Demonstration Club meeting at and Florida ill one of the five. a Christmas grammar school

Hetoiy Turn iture Co.in Miami for Archer Dodion Gordon Phln- 9 a. m. In the Neva King Cooper When victim ot the disease are at pupils and Jud tang Fiche carol Christmas Joe
the present ney, Lortoit Phinney, Warren School. large !they Matter infection. gave
recitations
Cub, Buddy Orphanedei, Wilson Dee. 19.-.Bedland Home Demonstration "There are a thousand case of I
Cash, Harvey Dodion Ernest The attendance prize were won
MR*. TURNER ELECTED: ) Club meeting in the tuberculosis in the county ;yet
Walter, Rachael Dodson, Maxine Medlaodi at bed Xor the tubercular by Mr*. Carl Field room and
0. E. a. WORTHY MATRON Woman' Club of the there are only 59 I
Cash and Benny Kufeldt Miss Mary Jackson' room.
Mn Grace Tuner wa elected 1:30 p. in. Twelve of these ere
worthy matron and W. B. Caves D c. Presbyterian; Auxiliary far negroes, and there an threeor I Mrs. E. J. Dyal; pre.ldenexhi.
worthy patron ae the meeting of Mill rtNNELL .1 NEW: meeting at C Ben Plummer borne. four time a* many colored victims bited the silver cup awarded to
Ad Aura Chapter of the O. E. S. NARANJA 0. L BEAD Dee. 20-Meeting of Homestead a* white. I I Homestead last week by the county
tt the OOr. hall Friday night Mr*. Mary Fennel was elected 8 and P. W. C. In future Farmer "It 1* a disease of the young, P.-T. A. council for highest membership
Mr Louise Harris was elected worthy matron and D. E. Dasher, clubhouse at I p. m. j I and early diagnosis is most itnport- percentage.
associate matron and Gen W. I worthy patron* at the meeting ot Dee. 20-Meeting of Ad Astn ant. We have tested 2841 children I More clothes for boy, especiallymore
Turner, Jr.. Associate patron. I the Naranja Chapter of the O E. Chapter of 0 E S. to LO.O.F. in the county school and found sweater, are needed, the
Mn Marie Altman WM elected S. Thursday night of but week in hall.Dec. 003 affected. One high school remains report of :Mrs. E. H. Hlner welfare ,-
secretary; Mr, *. Lucille Calkins, the Maionlo hall at {iaranja.Mn. 29-F. L. T. Club Wetting. to be tested. In only two chairman, stated. Thirty.
treasurer, Mite Helen Livingston, Anna Albright"wa elected Dec 27-Junior Club party at schools, Homestead and Redland, ; seven garments have been given
conductors; and Miss Alice Me- associate matron and Arthur M. Country Club. were the examination extendedto out this month, according to the
eomber, associate conducts. Davis, associate patron. Other Dec SO-Joint Installation of, the elementary schodls. :report
Joint Installation will be held I officer elected were Mn. Idle Homestead mad Naranja O. E. &,

with Manuka chapter .t NaranjaDee. I Baihor, conductress; Mr. Mildred officers at Nannja j DR. AND MRS. HAVSMAN Lehman, Mr and Mrs Farman,
SO when Mr*. Nancy Sick- ,Tomphson, auociate conductreu; Dec. 31--Areme Club electionof I ENTERTAIN COMUS CLUB Mr, and Mrs. fichaff Mr*. E. A.
ard. past grand Macro, ot the :, Mr*. Helen Pepper secretary; and officers! at Gee. W, Turner, Jf,, Ames and puckner Betslrjr.PERRINE .
Mre. Levlda Brown, treasurer. home. Dr. and Mn. Frank Hauiman
grand lodge of Florida, win be :
pent I Jan. Meeting of Wemen'sAuxiliary entertained the Cowers Club: at

Officer appointed are: Mn DEMONSTRATION CLUBSTO of Episcopal chuneh and their home on King Highway r-T. A. WILL BUY
Annie a.uer..n1IaI1;; Mia. W. MEET THURSDAY ,. covered disk luncheon at hem el' Thursday night of last week. Mr. BOOKS FOE aCWOOL LIBRARY
M. Bradley. Chaplain Mn. J. D. I' The a.Hom.. Dencevtratlvn Mrs. ILL Cook d I Po an.- and Mr I* B. Sommer won and the The Perrkie Parent-Teacher. Aasodaticm
Bald rganlt; Mrs. Ben Flowers, dub. Wttl meet next Jan Meeting tt W. M. U.Circle hUtt score prizes for gueat at Its,JeaemWDec. meeting
Thursday at I and the Ked with Mm. Art Setehe.it Mr*. C. J.Pannan and H.t.Schaff
a One
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warder:; H. T. MeOourtney, eeat- I m. member J. decided.to buy t..w books
Owl star point Miss Marian I land club trip petit,the same day Jam -Cardea Cub meeting the high score prizes: for for the school: library. Mr*. C.
Robertson MM, Miss Eloise Bradley I itlJOp.? ,II,, ,?, at home cC Mr*. M. P. Kenae The guests...ertt Mr. and ),fra. H. Dasher, welfare chairman
Ruth Mi. Tbelms I Visitor are invited to attend IL r. McDanlel. Mr. and Mr ported that shoe and clothing
: both meeting Mall "There' at ,the and Mr. and,Mrs. Bevo
Either, Miaa Esther: : man Sommer bad been provided for noedjr children -
TJInw'I door with package aurfced C. Webb. Other present were: Mr.
Itertha. and )Mn. I ,, .i
field, ElecU. IS ATTrWI RR'D X ND O. DT and Mr* W. K. Walton, Mr and
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LADIES' Art SItPPER Bride: "Tell him to take It back. Mr. E. IL Hiner, Mr. and Mn. J. The next regular meeting will.
WOMAN'* CLUB GIVES About aeventy-fMe were served I t ordered .Imon.-r.x. H Webster Mr, and Mr*. Lee H. be the second Tuesday M January.PRIirWE0

CHRISTMAS DONATION at the baiar *nXJlflhlcken 1 / aupper
A rummage sale and bazaar will given by Uie Ladies' Aid Society!
be held by the Woman' Club of .t the Redlan Community Churchin
Homestead la the MoCrory arcade the cluWmiwe of the Woman'
Saturday ft was decided at a meet- Club of the tteeHand Friday night
4ig field Tu>.day In the clubhouse Mr*. Thr*. Brewer kitchen;
The club voted donation of five chairman,teal assisted bt.IIWJ: J., 18
dollar each to the state children F. McCullough, Mr Geo. W. Turner -
flome In Jacksonville and to the Jr.. Mr C. Ben Plummer, Mr*. _
Good Cheer fund for Homestead. I H. J Armstrong Mia EitelleTurner. .
Present wen Mn. Ora Neff, .Mr*. M. A. Baker servIng -
Mr*. A WjSheWin: *. Mn. W. H!I chairman, wai assisted by Mn TO BE
Weiss, Mr* Harry Wolfe. Mm. 1:. Wayne Calkku and,a munberVthe '
A. Ennls, Mn.Jas. McCraady.. Mn.V. i young women of the chuivfi.: ,
Q. Ball and Min Jennie 1.0"1 I -
MRS. 0. A. WEST HOSTESS
den. AWAY
I TO WJttt CIRCLE,,QNEMr .1 GIVEN _
SOCIAL EVENING ENJOYED *. O. A. Weet was hasten at I u
ON CHURCH or GOD LAWNA the meeting of W. M. U. Circle I''

social gathering front T 30 to On of Dee '. After fetetian.al .-
10 Thursday evening, followed bya by Mr*. Week the group discussed : .. 9.
wiener react was greatly enjoyed the final chapters ot the 9
by the young people .( the book it ha been ttudylng. .4''' PRIZES rrozES 1
Church of GoeS and their friend I The next meeting, It wa de- '
'The party was held on the church decided will be on Monday, Jan B, FOR FOR
lawn. At\er. of at the home of Mr*. Art Reichert. /
program game BOY
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wiener were routed over a bon.I Present were: Mrs. C. T. Saunden :;> .
fire. I Mr*. Relchert Mrs. A. C.

Those attending were: the Be* Smith, Mn. W R. Cheshire. Mr*.I g.Awar.e4 to girl and keys and Mn George Lorton Mr. aJ1411Jn. C R. Bigeen mt )Ia. WIJllt.I
wowing Legit wes.ber *f .*k* Id the Renal Beyfand
T. Orfanedes, Mn. Sowell 1
Mn. Luther !French Mr. and Mn. a Girl eo...... Vision to be eednted at 1* .. m.

J. H. Dodaon Mr. and Mr*. LuckyOf Eva Estelle Sullivan Christmas Day.

Could. Mr*. J H. Barnes, Mr*.
Teacher of Pianoforte
Charley Walter, Mr. and Mn.
George Kufeldt of Kedland Mn. BEGINNERS A SPECIALTY VOTES cast at Wile Drug Store onlyt You get one vote for each fmmy.((1c).

L. S. Mowry, Sr., B. C. Murphy, 111 N. E. lad ATC. Beneetead spent on a purchase at the Rexalt Store! Mothers, Father, Aunt. Uncles or
Wilson Cash of Princeton, Mr. and Friend tnjone buying. at ,the RenD Drug Store can cast votes) far yeti ,' .o just

have them write year nane -as a ballot and put it In the IMS.HpWvTHE ,
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CONTESTANTS STAND :

; GIRLS BOYS
Your Hair IIE '
t. SHrla .... 1L. AUOey Km L parka Beraeeker 1L WHhesr Caves
LeelM Dearle U.'fturMltj Rake I. JtaHjnr Asster It OMaN Neeley l'l'I.
3. Vkitnia Walker 1*. Wanda birth I. Jtmmle McLeadea II.'Mir ......
will be pleased to style .
\ your 4. Atone Keeatltae 1ft. MJlriv teterr 4. Mayo Lawram' It line Robert
hair with
TwwperBonaUty
5. Palsy Smith IS. ralrtala Ana Daniel ft. Buckle ear.., 11 tummy Harris *
,I one of our permanent wave at &. Margaret Bollard II. Oy..f Reward *. Debbie nrndestburg It Jlmmle Martlai *.
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v 1. Marilyn Beth**. IT. Le iM UngfcUoel I awns Irwin 17. George Jobs
Waving facial ihantpoo, manicure ft. CeuJe Campbell IS. Reels BUeB 8. Jackie Jensww It. Harry Bowes
or hair trios. yea will find eur t. MaxIM Walker IS. Teenie TerbeH t. Billy H.acwIt.. Hewar4 Kirby
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price quite U. Jackie Geiger St. Barbers loan Smith I*. GeM Rerel M. Cart Mwart: Satttk
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-- Red and Townsend Club In ChtoacoUt latter nrf of Oc
Homestead High 4-H ClubBy tober. ,
LMU Little I Hold; M *ting Tonight Until further notice the Redlaad

!t. Social EventsjfGARDKN ,-. .." Townsend Club win hold ita meetUMBJ .+
en the second and fourth
The 4-H Club girls met last ihr.guJjtf ether saga M the Red- '
Friday evenings of each month in
Tuesday with Mrs. Cartoon and lano rownar- ('h will be resumed the
Firm
Life School auditorium
Phyllis Stoker from the Miami I tr agW -.. 740 I
s office. Mn Cartoon gave out record Radiates T.n Life 120= ,
CLUB HEARS Friday afternoon. A covered dish I books and wiring requirement torium .or the put two I Don't Renwrnbcrl
t f{.ACCOUNT, OF TRIP luncheon was enjoyed. books and explained how' the Redland club has been Absent-minded Professor

It the meeting of the South Present were: Mn. Sherwood of they are kept She gave us e 4-H' Jointly with the month'j "Walter half an hour ago t ordered
de Garden Club at the home of Miami, Mrs A. J. Kopp, Mrs. I bank that the alumnae girl sent : to select delegate and some lamb chop. Have you forgotten : i
3fp, Elberta Bute Monday Mrs. Eugene Dftpcr Mrs. Margaret us for a Christmas gift We surelydo ; ports in connection with them, or haw I had them?"
O Ball read a paper written Vercoe, Mn J. S. Horton, Mrs. thank the girls for It. I tional Townaend convention held --Ex. 1
111 Mrs. Roy Matthews which told H. U Cook, Mn E. H. Hlner, Mr*.
dl)flowers trees and other things W. J. Clark, Mn. Landon Carney. The second year' girl may use I IPlctorl.1 !
Pattern No. ten for the
nterettlng to garden club mem- Mrs Geo N Wakefwld. Mr I !
n i that Mrs. Matthews had seenoft Frank Hausman, Mr*. C. J. Far- uniform dress. Phyllis explained
her recent trip through western man Mrs. Lee IL Lehman and how to make an apron. I .Men Want i
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Mrs. The assignment Is as follows for
ate*. Mr. Jaa. M. Dobbin read SUlinff.ME. ,
the tint week after the Christmas
Didn't Know"
"poem. "They
; and
,. Gee E. Reed read a group of AND Mas. LEININCCK holidays: I, Practical Gifts !
m', "We Are Better Off Than ENTERTAIN TOLEDO GUESTS t. Summer club girls must have

W. Perceive," "Friendship" and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sabin of work completed if possible. I I

others.Mrs.. Toledo O., and Miami were,. dinner 2. The rut of the girl must from Sears 4 ,
Jos Gay was made blll- guest Sunday of Mr. and MM. "bring two article completed. I ,

d chairman and Mrs Ora Neff, F. B. Lelnlnger ef Florida ,City Next week. Social Chairman i j
wild flower chairman. and Toledo Mr. and Mr*. Sabin Louise Barnes and Handicraft I
Mn M. P. Kenney Invited the have been coming to Florida CIty Chairman Margaret Field will hare See These $5 Value in ; '

lub to hold its next meeting,I or Miami tor the past nine winters charge of the program. \. l I I
'an, U. at her' b m&. Those present were :Mrs Carl- All-Wool Flannel I

Twenty two were present: Mr*. AREME CLUB TO ELECT !son Mrs.. Fred Redd, Phyllis Stoker -
Ralph O. Desmond, Mrs. David OFFICERS ON DEC 11 Fern Robertson, Norma, Eloulse
ow, Mrs. H. Crockett. Mr. The Areme Club will elect officers and Rachael Ooasman,Nora Alters, '
"Catherine Roller, Mr*. Smythe at the home of Mrs. Geo W. PriaciUa Tread. Lou Belle and ROBES t'
Mn. David Shetzline, Mrs. Jos. Turner Jr., DM 31, it was decided Ooldla, Grennell, Annabell Redd, : 1
McCready, Mn Flora Compton at a meeting held Tuesday Mildred and Margaret Field Lou-
Mrs Leonard Freeman, Mrs R. the home of Mrs. E.: E: Altman. ise Barnes, Mary Alice Duncan
Jj Shepherd, Mn. Wm. Dunlop, W. M Bradley won the my- Elizabeth William, Virginia Kinder -
Mrs, C P. Jackson, Mrs. Wm.I.t )' package. After a short busl- Catherine Orfanedei, Julia 3.95rr :' i iA
Johns, Mn. Annie Butler, Mrs. meeting a social hour was Francis Sullivan Freda Hancock,
H. C. Reed, Mn. Ball. Mrs. Bule, Alice Smith Leola Little, Iris -
Mr*. Dobbin, Mn. Gay, Mrs Ned, Present were: Mrs Annie Butler Caplinger and France King, anew \
Grand !
Gift
Mn Kenney and Mrs Geo. E.Heed. Mr*. Bradley, Mr*. Fred member.
I Suber, Mr*. Turner, Mr*. Altman, Assortment of :
Mill Ettella Turner and Miss READ THE WANT ADS
CHRISTMAS PROGRAM GIVENT Helen Livingston Bright Stripes t

W. M. U. MEETING

I'i i The Women's Missionary Union These aft the robM'&hat'cheer

of the First Baptist Church held I Green Lantern RestaurantADJOINING i iI It nan op the whole...r'round. +
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;Its December meeting Wednesday Nothing easier for.leisure hours
i c! KEDLAND .
when the following program WM I in41hey"" wind for Beach 1
'given: hymn-"It Came Upon the Steak or Chicken Dinner 7Jo 'wear too. Alfrfch'eoler comblnatlone. i
k Midnight Clear"; devotional byI I Secular Dinner fee Vegetable Plato Joe i Small. Medium and

'Luth-I, ; I AD Kinds of Home-made Sandwiches Large mane f '": '


Vest; a reading, "Our Christmas Me
Missionary", by Mn. Julia Polk; in Jpitialed 'Kerchiefs

I j. a play, "How Two People Look at 3-in-A-Bos .' uu! 59c and 79c
Things
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DUI'enaurMn.. A. J. Annie. Mayhew FitzpatrickGraduate .
{ Van Marter, Mrs. A. D. Smith and i Each era iniUle4.-wiUi were ......... They're generMU gtfU ,
Mrs. T. & Piche; closing prayer, else, .... Hell like them
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by Mrs. Geo. West. 1 Oberlin Conservatory and RoyalConsenatory ,

.' Others present went Mn. J.j All Silk Tie and 'Kerchief Sets
Tom Vann, Mr.T. E. Kirby, Mrs. of Leipzig
R. X. Altman. Mrs. J. C. Vann,I The flubbing loach, fee Us holiday e tOtt TWO IB rich Mien.kerchlete .
Mrs.' J. R with awveny berdws.Set,98c.
Rutland Mrs. Bert Andrews -
Mrs. Catherine Pickard, PIANOFORTE AND THEORY

Mrs. Wm. Johns Mr. 3 A. King,
Vn C H. Reed, Mr Annie .Butler -I' Redland Road Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1422 STORK IIOUKSJ Dally. S to IMi Balardayt 3 to SBlwayse
and Mrs. Mary Petach. ( Boulevard, llth to Itlb Streela MIAMI)

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The Seminole Indian in Flori-
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Women'a Auxiliary of the tilE I1EATERLES8 METHOD or PERMANENT: WAVING

Mrs.Episcopal Edw Church Stlling at In the Florida home City of Croquignofe a Spiral Combination $0 $7 WINTER RATES


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LEGAL ,NOTICES I SCALP AIIUOIC FACIAL KA8UQJIIII NOW IN EFFECT
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Foe ntntfem, health 7esljotc.loa rill in4
In OUIMMT. N.. 4,1,1. Pat's Beauty Parlor enddng or permanent |
HELEN LKI NrHAN HANSL .lalall. II th* Phfucst CulUttw deilsWtcbunuog and
JJj. ..aTIIUB a. iSOWf.AND JtANSL.*. tetoni Floor Harm DUIg. Phone UV-R stmospbcft rriiead n--IrI4. good (cllowthip,

,' DtfORCB I ThouMnJs of bold secbtn hire found the sulk: key at this insdluUuo >
the. till appearing filed I. the* ....* .*.a.e.adeI to where axunl RMtiwds, at developed by Benurr M.daddsl,
*.. tint** nm that 1 .... No medicines
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Huwl.i,4 ft'Cluoiwll or opaauees.-Iouks
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rnie'141= and 1. a ew/d.at :New I water, torn siyl tlcrtnt baths, onstage and minipuluiv measure
I thaa the asst sdd..e a' .
Js.anbaow. 10 the pl.laUIt, All under the supervision of trained hold aspens.F.44 .
bet r a.eWoalsrle. kee.a '
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at ttw w.eia Te4..ra.. Now York City t lot .mowS I/---"JP"': i
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at the d.f.....w..aoro of 0"M PIIrtIo.lar at _Mkienw to an- New'PERlIANENT I. pisses raN.do.Aew..d.0"M.
t.--- .d that there Y The Flattering .. i
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Ca s.re.id.t t-.._ .e 0aI.so"_"..to b.the....Bill h.at to .11I.- ...... ,.. .
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Js.wr abra.,.ha. we aat.ds of tawny law, I 1N :X1'ENS1VE"J.< ENJOYABLE /- COMroaT. .Ut
UM tthna m tf MM hilt Iu
uLt.M so swam" hot now Dat_ A jam saw foe wig king cnoipUt. Wonwuio emt 'B M I. It sunned erdnnd thee .." loa' fah. Vtnae Mnmm FW en* who. wt .been to offt and ..w- BnfsMMtHMM
Ibbtd ewe a w-.k .low S..eaewsuw m eMaeaiM seth nth e.HMv venttoc ef loaf*!!.tot I
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0-L 4. 1976. I.. as at ... ead a good to every _.-. CaMnmiIMndintA ass
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& sad WDfur. limn Mee, ere doe =- sees year pha*fee ea eadr visit to
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tD.. S [s. s.. rat J... elCITY put iwrbtt 1IIIIIuI.dou end awls is yPtoe. ....,
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+3 -l---- --F---- going to use I* making a theatre kipped, spffllng he content* 'att) able things,.let me go.?I rne nVt
from a cardboard box They will'[over 1M, the table and the floor let to. though until several writhe -

I:4 d High School l News has also make placed booklets.some beautiful Mia WI.IIIa leaves,, 'Pit= 1IM&M Nti I l tt

and moss which she got from Tallahassee I rected (participle) several times manners

I : By LEOLA LITTLE over her bulletin board. I decided to be very dignified, but I --

7 ..'""................-..rn..r.-.....rrw wn-_nwnnrw-...nx._...11......1 xr...-. .-_n..:.--......nn_-----..-.-.u-?- while daintily holding a glass of I A school teacher once received 1..
The kindergarten visited Mrs. Ice water, I let it slip 11.I you
a note from an annoyed parent
The first order for the seniors The following children from I
class rings will b* lent off next! I tfomestesd and Florida City were, Edwards': room Wednesday mornIng know, to the very center of my which stated"Dear :
week, and this has the seniors selected for the Grace L. Doherty to see the manger scene In her pie I Ms am: please excuse
sand box. Cardboard figures Albert had given (participle -
much excited-especially about Christmas party held at Tahiti' represent already Johnny today He will not be at
scraping up enough money to pay Beach on December 10 at 1 p. m.:, the characters. ) hit opinion; however that school. lie is acting as timekeeper -
foi' the ring Lull week the class Lewis Faker Thelma Radford, I opinion was broadening t tsar his father Last night you
seemed rather small became some Jack Dolar, ray Sklner, Esther Miss Jackson's room won the To have gotten (Infinitive) away; gave him this. example: If a field
of the boys were out on their I Knight, Billy Watson, Eugene Lett, dollar at the P.-T. A. meeting with this much would have been I la four miles square how long
project! In agriculture They an I Hazel Sowtll Lewis Lett Johnnie], Tuesday afternoon rail right, but as I started to dear would It take.e man walking; three
the table T reached where I thoughtthe :
now back In school and catching NeU Keitt Margaret Edwards, miles an hour to walk two and a
tip with their work. The senior Ernest Walters,, Julia Wlngate, The kindergarten baa eleven: potatoes were. You can Imagine halt times' dround'11? Johnnyain't .
English claw li now taking up the I Owen Cooding. Dave Vamadoe pupils this week, Including two my surprise when my hand! no nan so. we had to send
study of composition and li making and Bustmne. Miss Francis new pupils. Patsy Smith and Buddy i went Into the. gravy (adjective j L bid daddy. Heft early this monvIng -
.. Outline i Done), Mrs. Tom Kirby and Hinman. The children are clause). mad sour husband said he ought
\, -- Mrs J:. L Lawrence took the chil- making Santa Clauses and balls When I was trying to carry into[to be. back late tonight though it
The biology class members are dren to Miami. out of colored paper and'.re to than I should Into tin kitchen I ; would _hard going.. Please make .
now studying plant itructum. In make a poster with a camel to illustrate stumbled over the cat: Only to dftt i
: this work they have dissected and I Mrs Wynn'i home; room pupils the modes, of travel in everything.. What a mixture these' !fIJ',tH shw d wn'j'ti jafjbrd.i.toi.tose; [ ..
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then studied the different Christ's time. was on the floor (noun clause) ; .
pam to w.s.wertss'. -' "
are bring toys to school to giveto
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of the plant The chemistry class ONI or ova THEMES meat potatoes, gravy. *n4laa.. ,
boys and girls whom Santa
has Just finished studying why The following theme was written My friend came about: that .tim.
some wits give acid traction, tome : Claus may be too busy to visit by Geraldine ReiU as supplementary to take me to Mian My-uotber WANT ADS*'PAY::' : :
basic and tome neutral, worfc-ncenUjt. It. eon. not caring, for.any. other,disagree
now studying carbon t Mrs. l'i ield', class has made a Ulna all classes of Infinitives participles
organic compounds The I Christmas border of Santa Clauses and clmues.DINNER .
study-1 I At one end Is his home with his MISHAPSOne
claw It
science studying vMlomA fecteeV :.Ai.iodalnjel+r.
It la formed and how : deer and sleigh while at the opposite Sunday noon while tryingto
The useful science class Is end are the housetops of show off (inflntlve) my good
i ing how food spoils and how to the boys and girls. On the bul- or so-called ood"-mannen 1
preserve It.Thursday, letin board are scneg of Christmas was almost put out of the house. W
I In other lands, which Is the class To be polite (infinitive) like 3g
nlii'iiithere was a gameat theme for this month Poinsettias everyone else In the family, I
1 Redland which the Pep Club connect the pictures.The passed my plate for meat, but my 51 L fk3ler 60 HE.First St.
i attended. Next Tuesday night mother did not want the meat
there will be a game here at fourth grade pupils of Miss I plate passed. Thinking (participle SAVE BY SHOPPING AT MIAMI'S
Homestead between Homesteadand Ray's had I
room are making Floridabooklets ) someone my plate,
Oelrsy Earl Smith and while the class, as a I let go. The plate landed kerplunk I Christmas Gift Center
Richard Mattson are now back on whole, is making Chnitmas\ post right in.the butter Having rescued -
the team. Let's all come out to ers. : (participle) this and secured '
the game and show the coach that different plate I started again
Wf can back our team. Mist Dorsey's pupils has red After I had eaten something very I'I'a

The physical ed gins are nowplaying socks which are used as objectives hot (adverb clause), grabbed for ManicureGift
a volley ball tournament, for spelling fcssons, When a pupil my tea. Such a nice glass of tea .r
': and next week they start playing has an imperfect paper he it was, flavored (participle) just Sets
baiketbaU cuts a hole In his sock, and thereby right with sugar and lemon. I
:. loses some pt Its toys On the was in too big a rush, for my very
The school misses some of the BlackboardIs ,i.picture, of Santa nice glass of tea went all over. In zippered
students and hopes they will return Claus which is made with colored Somehow I finished that part of genuine
soon, free from mumps and chalk. Lent--week Miss Dorsey's the meal. I didn't eat all that was
ready to tart to work. room put on n safety play for assembly on my plate (noun clause) so leather cases
.j.I"i : mother said that it would be all
Wednesday the pupils were dis- right to put the plate on the floor
Missed at 11 o'clock to attend the Miss Williams' pupils an studying for the kittens (noun clause). For] 1.00.' .
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l' air races that were held at the '
Homestead airport. the Indians. ,which. they are some unknown reason the plate,

Each sass..Includes .
This la test week, and we all r a ........,..., 0
{ hope to pM*.test* and get en the f assertmesltef rna '
r honor roll Some may not get uudcwr* requisites .
pure because they have been absent --o aU polish,

polish.. remaver" :
tntlole. reoKMifM,. .
Mn Field's sophomores won file, sand sucker
their second dollar this year for and orange
P -T A. attendance They are sticks Cases Is
expecting lucent Scharr to be I red, Mows e..
+ back In school next week. Either 4- r black genuine
Pope has joined the mumps group.DR.R.S.AKERS .


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: Florid METHODIST.City-the FREE Rev. EdNa,;I '

Ircrhe ChurchesIi Tamblyn, pastor Sunday school CLASSIFIED AD'St. .111

:3:30 p. m.; preaching 3:30: and 8

1 1i p. m.; Young people' ; RATS First insertion 102 a UM; subsequent tastrttoo+s''' +
i 7:15: ; Junior meeting 3:30 ; IW "/' I
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BAPTIST prayer meeting ':111 p. m. .
CHfRCU OF THE NAZARENE'HoaaftleadThe
day.
; -ual-The Rev C. N. Rev. Howard FOR RENT I InstructionFemaleWE

iJWalkcr tub Sunday.school at ,Eckel, pastor Sunday school at PENTECOSTAL :
FOR RENT Furnished house. All WILL SELECT several youngladies
,|.a. m. Prec 1 a lat U K m. :1:43: a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m., Goalds-.Rtv. C. C. conveniences three block business ( from Homestead vicinity
,end 7i20 N. Y. P. S. andJuniors
B.Y P.I.L at ':30 p. m.; pastor. Sunday Haftabercer'i'; with shorthand
II':10 p. m.; p. center. Apply Dixie Dna, 1 knowledge of
meeting at 6:30: p. m. .
services-Wednesday at i preaching at Its m. : and typing to train immediatelyfor
Prayer : Prayer meeting; Wednesday e"acr m.;Young people's meeting 6:30: FOR RENT-Country home, 4 Secretarial positions. Write

jtSO: p. m.Dec Ing 7:30.: p. m.; Ladles' prayer circle, Tuesday ; large rooms. Not modern partly Schoeck Secretarial Training,

15-Morning sermon: Frlnotton--the Rev. C. It Con- : at 3:80: p. m. Mid-week prayer I furnished. C. L. Akrn, Avocado Boa 928. Homestead. tpdi9UtMISCELLANEOUS

"The, ReturrecUon" evening don, pastor. Sunday school at J:4i: ; service Thursday *t 7:30 p. axPKESBTTERIArr drive. 4 blks. N. of ice plant.

sermon: "God's Man. preaching at 10:45: a. m. and 7:30: 1, ', _(Pdl3)

Dee. II-loin. C. N. Walker p. m. Junior meeting 8:30: ; young t CHURCH ;
PIANO TUNING and
,fOR RENT-Upstairs apartment repairing.
all have charge of prayer people's meeting at 8:30.: Prayer, Homestead-Krone avenue at .
Good used piano for sale cheap.W.
with bath and privilege of garage -
service I meeting Wednesday: at 7:30: p. N. 16th street Sunday school at
Mrs. H. S. Fitch. Kings E. Koon 118 N. W. art St.
10 a. m. preaching at 11 a. m. J > I
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Go.l WANTED j ,
.o tjr putor. Sunday school at 10 services. SPIRITUALIST TEMPLE: OF 1 _
FOR RENT Florida pity :
J m.; preaching at 11 a. m.. and W ANTED-Furnllbels"' J
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nUTIlI' with
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furn-I ,
0p.m.It.Y.P.U.at0:30ptn.) ; I quire Leadix-Enterprise. near center of town. Will rent onyearly'bads. 1 .,

yer service af 7:30 p. m. Wed- John'.-S. E,, Second aveope I Homesead-.pr6neh T iitts of eSpirWrattBt "l"rdtIi f" MIImI l tiWoman's t,) *, *" *\.'.niii'nfc.; Apply Leador-Eii-: 1

and Fourth street, Homestead. 1 rVRNWHED BEDROOM. Moderf terpriee. i
sday N. W. Eighth
Minister In charge, the Rev. CR. Clubs 4U 1 mvnfcnee.. Car*'9 availableten.'C
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RAGS WANTED: The Leader-
CATHOLIC Pelnter lay reedor, JoeafiA W: MeEWen'\ U'W. 5. I -
Gaueens. Sunday school at 9:4j young people's lyftnlm tat 7:1" P'I 14th St. W7tf) Enterprise will IWIII classified 'J

.Church ef the Sacred Heart eaob. Sunday; church servicesdoter m.; healing by Dr. J. Carl tMjaon I I advertising or tubsci ijftlons for f '

id.Wenue, Homestead;I I Sunday at 7:30'p.1n: : imp at 7:45: ; lecture and msseegis .. I FOR SALE I IW I wiping rugs. 7c.. pound allowed ,I

e Rev. James Cloonan pastor. miinlan at.Z a. m. 8 p. m. .bybe Rev. Soda,Baleen, 3t1 for clenn rags white or color 4

Sunday mats a. *. m.; of nv>'nth; cofMajU communion I .Dl3-" Lreeum at ':15 p. : fA01'Sr.STGYCLE. rplaradi0900On I ed. Knit underwear preferred.

mass at 7:49: daily. Sund wetkcL1'l I for VVomdn's AuSTOary at lo30; m.: healing by Dr J. Carl Hob- 'I $i3., Mr*. Frank i
I $o. I'I'1I.UIIIIIo. REAL ESTATE ;I'I'I
Saturday at 8 a.: m. Sunday school s. in. <>n Wednesday before?fourth song lecture by Dr. CoY.. j' Phone,

Sunday following 9 o'clock: mass. Sunday. Weaver of Washington D. at CHAYOTES I for 25c; begonlal23c !,
SMALL HOUSE and lot In Naran-
Communion for women the tint and messsces by Mrs. Anna buds 50c:"a dOlor 5 1
I : <
I'
Deo. Corporate communion rgas ja. P. O. Box ,2620. Miami Flu.'
of month for and
Sunday ; ; men : Church Albright and the Rev. Sada I Mach Mrs. Ceo. W.: Kosel, Red.tend -I I
at the Episcopal I (d8201BIG
boys, the second Sunday of month. I Hobson.NONDENOMI.VATIONAL. Rd. and Plummer Dr. u
.. -
at 10:30
Holy hour first Friday of monthat In.EVANGELICAL
7:4J: p. m.'"Mass first Friday at I. FOR SALE--Fresh eggs. No Sun VALUE d-ioom house. 1'(

"7:30 a. m. Benediction of the LUTHERANSt. j PRAYER SERVICE I I ,,lay sales. Mrs, Frank Jrwin, Furnished. All city improve I

Blessed Sacratnent after mans.a John's Redland the Rev. I 406 N. Eo 1st Ave. (d6-20) 1 ments. The word BARGAIN h.uI
; I I Bible study and prayer service 1 been greatly overworked but If

a :<" CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Ceo M. Poth, pastor. Sunday conducted by the Rev. H. J:. Bert I I MONSTERA: Dellclosa, 250 eaclgovernor's I do not hesitate to say that this
school each Sunday at 10 .. m.
of Miami at home of Mrs. O. I. plums. lOc qt; gua- property Is a Big Bargain Pried I
,)! Florida CU-Broadwa and English service on second Sunday Gault every Friday at 3 p. ra. I vas Sc lb.; night blooming including furniture, bed linen
Sixth street Sunday school at of each month at 3 p. m. and r eus Bruit SSc each. All these cer"j and table linen, dishes, now
016:43 a. m. for pupils under SO years man service on fourth Ger-I I A series ef lectures ea the salad fruits. Mrs 0 W. $22000. reduced from >>500.
Book of Revelations to Inprogress.
01 age; morning! service at 11 I,p.. II'j \. :' AU lavited. now Cor. Redlsn4 road and Fine furniture and plenty of it ,.

"o'clock. Wednesday'Vveninc ser- mar drive.TOMATO 1 1I I H. A. Cameron. (d3tf)

iIIIoH: which.include.JeUmonial*! METHODIST EPISCOPAL I
I I PLANTS- F. Talbot REAL ESTATE-Those who wantto
heeling and experiences end remarks I
an'l. hrietisn Science, S p.4m. Florida City.Community Church CARD OF. TIIANU Silver Pslm-arnl Richard Roads. buy or sell Redland District

The public Is cordially invitedto i-the Rev. M. A. Soper, pastor. We wish to thank every one I firm Ki iti (n29tf) real estate will find up-to-date

attend. I Sunday school at 9:30: a. m.;I who helped to make the last days I listings In our office. Many'
preaching at 1:30: p. m. Church of our dear one so comfortableand SETS OF 6 baby ,Jam of tropical these listings are>.titl at subnormal

: Uf-.I*.so_s rmon I night, Wednesday at 7:30. II we wish to express thanks also I Jellies,assorted,cetophane wrap prices. We shall appreciate I,
t't't. "God \he.- of ton the beautiful flowers and I ped, packed in-tartoa ready for either your Inquiries or- <
; : I'I'"mr. ...41&n4 Comnmnjty .ChurchU.the 1 assistance given us at her death! mailing. Mn.jMtttur Edwards, your listings all of which wilt ,it
,
Rev. M. At Soper, pastor. Sunday I Kedland read httnem Plummet
A. W. HUNT and FAMILY. I have our best attention. Now Is
,j CHURCH OF CHRIST I school at 10; preaching st 11. : and Coconut Palm drives. the time to buy. B. W. Morris

Hemestead Church night, Thursday at 73: ). b. {(n1Slf) now associated with H. A. Cameron -

1 -*- lrst avenue and I' 1936 Chevrolet Brakes TWt tot N. W. tat $t. in Citizens
CA j.\& tractor
N. W. Fifth street;.T. J. Hunton, METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Embody New Features sale.- FrankftrneckeT, Jr., Bank Bid. Phone 72 i
minister. Bible study at 10 a. at.; SOUTH
communion fellowship and I Krome avenue and Silver Palm :, ACREAGES AND GROVES i .

preaching at'll a. m.; preaching tit, White Stone Charoh-Homestead -:' Detroit, Dec -An entirely a& i J. f (&27tt) t specialize In Redland properties.

!PO: p. tni"Jlraylt.fIIOetln.'We4- ; the Rev. A. A. KousUloe. new braklnl'lyltem, utilizing the; Send me your listing of propertyfor
: LEGAL NOTICES
nesday at (;;30 p. m. : pastor. Sunday school at 9:30: La. hydraulic principle of actuation 4ricombination sale. 1
t 1\1 m.; preaching at 11 a. m and 7:30, CHARLES I. BROOKS ;
with I Its own design l Notice 01 Application for Tax D rd
!I." CHURCH,OF GOD p. m. Junior League at. 2:30 Senior: p. of brake mechanism within the Notice Is Hereby Given, That, no N. E. First St. Miami
HI League at 5:45: Pm. ; -
m.;
JJJ. B.TJchentwrier Jiqldt-rot StIlt
brake drums at all Jour wheels,
is nteld-80e N. W. FirstCvenue League at 8:30 p. m. Prayer meetIng Taa Certificate No under the laid certificate ..Jasuedwas
introduced Chevrolet in IU'
Fev. Ceo. 7:30 Wednesday.. by :OlfiII'd in the name of G. W. Mat
; Lorton pastor. at : p. th. 7th. day of Au
!Y' 1936 models. The thacompany" { {
t.Sund.., school at' f:49: a. l.i system says glint, A, JX1S33, lass tiled same inn thews.
. announcement Unless said certificate'nh lt:t>c
. .. Sliver Palm Community Church po 'bfle'iawd' leas Mad eppllca- ;
i't' preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. I I law
redeemed to the
according ,
all the Inherent
MEMO advantagesof
m.| Senior C. O. O. Society 030: p. -the Rev. H. O. Cowan pastor Lion for a tax deed Jo be issuedthereon property described therein will
t m.; Intermediate C. O. 0 S. in Sunday schoql every Sunday at 10 hydraulic brake actuation, plus' Said cornticate embraces be sold A the highest bidder fat ,
the spetl>l teneflu that-Chevro- described
parsonage 4:39\ p. m. Mid-week a. m.; preaching services on flM, 'the following ,property the court-house door on the frst '
'
prayer service tt 7:30 )a. m. Wed third and fifth Sundays at 11'am. let"has bunt into its owtrtrpeTOt; 'fn Florid 3heY County to-wit fftf Dada*, Monday In the month of Janul .>, : I
; !-" articulated brake shoes arid lintc- 1938 which the Cth day of January I
f nesdayM and 8P.In.
S. 391n
NEVi MWtt-of SWS. .
age by which pedal pressure la eon 1938.
I vented into braking effect ot.WH of NWV4 of NEVI of Dated this 27th day Of Novchv
: ... 'ti I SWVi in Section 34, Township ber, 1915. f
,, ,,'" Except for the means of actuating 58 South Range 39 East, eon E. B. teathermah. Clerk .r..t 1 1I
the brake shoes, the new "' +'thinfng'13 acres mort or less, in I Circuit Court of Dodo Coii -

i 1936 Chevrolet brake system Is the same the County. of Dada; State of ty, Irl"W.. By *J, & S (a- 1
.
'as last year, though Improved In Florida. I rett D. C I
I mechanism details and increased ...The: assessment of .said property (Circuit Court Sea> ]) ,

braking capacity., (Nov. 211, Dec 4, IJ,
.1 Auto License Tags Ease of brake adjustment to light pedal pressure. further advantage I _
jm Is taken of the'hydrtullo
for wear is one of the
.
I
that the front wheel
lit
. turea of Chevrolet's exclusive principle
:
sale in Homestead brake design. 'There'" only one I cylinders are made larger than
on of the jWbeeloa\ a re'Iu'lt
\ adjusting point for each brake,i those rear;
f. ,- for any given pedal pressure,
reached
shoe
I through an opening
( wheel brake exert I a
i the front
1n the brake flange plate or the
"I itronger braking effort ban the

t Buy.your tags early and help keep our schools;; used brake as drum.a lever With, a notched a screw adjusting driver rears desirable' effect because, 20)M
when crakes applied, the
All auto .'mOney to the state wheel la turned until the shoe are
open. tag goes weight of the car shift to Increase
slightly drags on the drum, then
the load on the front wheels, while
\,: school fund.APPLICANTS. the adjusting wheel Is backed off the weight of the rear wheels Is

four notches completing the op reduced. Chevrolet's distribution
eration. Not even a feeler gauge
of braking; effort! fOQIPI a4aice for
o to measure clearance" required:; this shifting ef weight! and divides

MUST BRING TITLE In its design of the hydraulicsystem I the total braking effort betweenthe

Chevrolet 'has made full front and rear wheels, in pro-
CERTIFICATES WITH THEM
use of Its Inherent advantages I portion their load and traction. !

which Include leif- uallutlon of The Chevrolet'design of articulated

: pressure on the brake shoes,, freedom l brake shoe and links prevents COLD

I' from frictlonaJI fosses between the uneven wearing of brake Iln

pedal And shoes, proof against jng.;. Insuring full contact ef
American Legion Auto I trouble caused'by"dirt or Ice, and the entire lining with the drum r

ease of maintenance. distributing the pressure and the

J By making the pistons in the 'I wear over, the entire area of the
: Title
Service ; I pheeljcyUnden larger, than, the ,.
'j muter piston, operated by the I.l:7ia: system differs from> others
pedal 1. thus multiplying:'the effectof | that the hand brake lever'actuates

Legion Building Homestead,FhL I I foot pressure the Chevrolet design both brake shoes in each
f '
with rear wheel drum
st : I achieve sure stopping

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Twelve THE LEADER.NTERPRISE Friday, December 13, 1935.

of the Homestead school, to train the'pastors calms ""&& them and
Free Instruction in Spanish to Be 1 the W. C. T. U. contest entrant brought basket tor a pot luck din For the Be t fat .
I tot their Anal content. The association ner whteb was served at the closeof
Given if 25 Register for WPA Class OPTOMETRYDR.NEUENSCHWANDEII
: } also derided to tart a the meetnxg, '
I school of religious duration for ---
,; free Instruction in Spank ii Sunday school officer Mid teach- A Mere C eea < DR. D. GONZALEZ
promised the Redland District by Union Prayer Meeting 1 ers of the Hedland District sometime 115 VeneUM Arcade, Miami
!, the WPA U 25 enroll tor the course, Set for New Year's DayA in May. to be conducted by Teacher: Ivtry day we breathe
Mrs. B. T Collier. committeeman the Rev.M A.Soper oxygen What do we breathe at
appointed by the Homestead Business -: Minister prevent it the meeting night Wailer'Willie WANT ADS PAY
and Professional Women' union prayer meeting ot W] Tuesday were Mr.Koestline,C. C. : "Nitrogen."-Ix.
Club to investigate the possibility vhuKhe in the 8daml District Kansperger, George C. Deuel. H. J
of securing Instruction,repotted followed br pot luck supper, O Cowan, L. G Adams M.+ A.
to that organization at a meeting will be held on New Year's Day at Soper,Howard Eckel,C.N.Walk-
the Silver Palm Methodist Church,
held at the home of the president -i er In accordance with a recently AIRPLANE FLIGHTSSUNDAY
Mrs. L. L. Bow Friday I!,Association the Bedland decided District at Its Ministerial monthlymeeting established custom, the wives ofTurner's
evening Classes be held
at
may .
held Tuesday at the residence
different time ef day to suit different DEC. 15. ..
of the Rev A. A. Koestllne, :
she said, and both
groups pastor ot the Homestead Methodist Funeral Home
men and women are eligible to Church. at Homestead Municipal Airport *
enroll If a teacher I* secured, 4-HR. AMBITANCB SERVICE
: one class will probably meet In The prayer meeting will beginat Lady Attendant $1 PER
a Florida City,she said. 4 Po m. After the supper there PASSENGER 1
will be an inspirational address Phone |<4 R Homestead, Fla.KEAD .
Anyone who desire
this tree
br e'speaker :yet to be selected;
Instruction to asked to register at CASSSZ\1AGAJ
r It
was voted to ask C.C Black.
once with Mr*. Don Ferreyra lathe
burn,
public speaking Instructor THE: WANT ADS
d city hn or with Mr* Collier
j in Florida City. ..rawto

j Mn Wm. E. Myers, program Libby's Whole Pickled .
1 t chairman reported that Mrs C. Libby'
.rl N. Walker Will be the guest speaker -
PEACHESNo.2'jcan28c TOMATO
at the next meeting, Dee. 20. JUICES
t j and.that her subject will be the d
I, beginning of government This
J meeting" 'will 1se held In the. Future 3 }g. cans-- 2Se
I Farmer clubhouse
( Mrs. Agnes I. Zoom of HIaleah Georgia Paper Shell Helloes
?. poet laureate of the Florida Fed- 1 1 1
eration of Business and Professional CORN FLAKES
Wo neQ'* Clubs, outlined PECANS.Ited
.I i J the work accomplished by the HI- : 141 U-sK 1 :'Ji'J.aSaturday:
: .I
; aletth Organization, and spoke of 2 pkgs. --- c
the need of working for uniform Specials
marriage Pna divorce law and Chief :, Putnam's
uniform traffic law throughout the
i j United States. DogFoodtallcanet Tomato 2 Iff.bottles York 5 Ibs. GRAPE JUICE

( Mr*. June Nesbltt, another Ketchup 25c Apples - 23c
) guest,gave two entertaining reading Sc
: *. : Sweet 5 lb!. Peanut 2 lb. jar quarts----25C-
f A pot lock dinner was served In NOW
('.: honor of Mrs. France Dusenburywho SunburstBARTLEnEARS Potatoes 15c Butter ----- 35c Monarch White or GoldenCORN
JJ leave for her home in New
o i! York City Saturday At the close Chase&Inborn
of the meeting Mary Ferrell COFFEE Mb.pkg. #7c
Dickinson, poet laureate of the cair.r
No. 2 IOe 2No.2cans..aC
{ Club read the following lines addressed Iris ri
to France Dusenbury: POTATOES fj 23e
It'* been fun to have you with us, f j AlotfiAFFLE bs Extra Large Storage '
I Even for*little while,
i And we're sorry that you are leav- SAUCE EGGSdOz.34c
ing.We'll Macaroni or Spaghetti, pkg. a 5c
t j' mill your voice-your smile
ca1i25e
And this I Is our hope st parting 4 Dried lb. Bulk 2 Ibs. !
That friendship will forge a chain
( To pan the mile between u* Apples17c Brown Sugar15c
of And draw you back again. KRAttPRODUCT; $ Rich- Creamy
7 I Mr*. !alOft presented MnDusenbury Whole Grain 5 lbs. Meal or Ibs.

I I and Mrs.with Dusenbury a shoulder gave corsage Miracle Wbip Rice --- -- 29c Grits-----5]8c

.I each charter member of the club Snowdrift3lb.can53c
I
I I 4 IB.andP.W.C.emblemforthewindshield of her car. Pint jar ----25c Demonstration of .CASTLEDERIirS

Quartjar37cI'1IlJa4etpbla FAMOUS CANNED MEAT PRODUCTS
It D1antwitConfidencet
Served All Day
t\, CreaIII X;.... Samples 6-lb.can----105

,i CLICK CerKfle *;.
; CHEESE ; .17cLibby' No. 2 Cans 2 cans Ritz Ig.pkr.

TOMATO Tomatoes 15c Crackers 21c Georgia lieef v.
.
; IUD

i .....- SWEET rtlCILES24oz.jar2Ic Pink 2 cans Toilet 3 rolls STEAKS

-sseu.7a-QIMUI'Y.unm woos Sahnon 25c TIssue -----t5e lb.--.'---Ifc:

.
caws BUTTER coun b: Roll 3Se Calf
i; N. B. .Co.'i

i! Fruit Cake2lb. Center Cuts LIVER

JIo-t midtofit ,Pork Chops ztc 1b.------2'e

.... can1.85

;.i';, I '...esarenc.rs w 6004m"WowWOW-see II a..r.,...:asst-.v.-II ....*.:...r 5-lb.can----3.85 !SLICED BACON :?He Boned. and Rolled

J} Ting OLKE'e attn rAIlM" No. 2%
All Good Steamboat gal. Big can Beef Roast

sold exclusively g PEACHESNo.2'Scan17c, Syrup --- 5k! Hominy ---tOe

lector Supply Co. Dried 3 lbs. No. 2 Cans 3 CaRS lb.19CFresh
:
," Miami:,West Fab Beach Lima Beans 22c Kidney Beans-25c Ground
( Fert LaIl4lu..... Hee steed,
;' Belle Glace We hue a complete
TESTED"GOLD Hamburgerlb.15c
;. line of Candies, Nuts, "KITCIIEN '
etc. Do your Xmas
W. Maxwell SmithINSURANCE chopping here and save. MEDAL FLOUR )


Health Club 24-lb.kgody :1.29:
1 ftRtV uro, ..TOtAND LIFE e LARD
riMM MeMOffle SAM miD each
FREE-with bagFREECertified
*ta MeCrerr Anode

)lg. can----IOc $123 Value Salad Service Set H,.- ijcSRDER : :



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