The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00052
 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 27, 1935
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00052
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Slot, Machines Seized by Visitors Name New Alligator

Police Shortly After ': Mascot*George
Arrival Here Homestead"si



Bird Jo Keep Ban in Force I Radio Broadcast Given by

as,Itong as He Holds Members of BothChapters

Office I
Sixteen dot machine placed In J Fifty-four visitor from Men,-
Homestead am Kim comprising 4$ member" ,
y Friday were added
.' I of Shawnee Mission Chapter, Future -
piece of furniture at the cityI Farmer of America and

jail before midnight, seized ai their adult escort, will begin their
gambling paraphernalia on orders return trek homeward tomorrow
\I ( from' II morning after three full dm.i of
0 Mayor Preston B. Bird. No
entertainment ns guest of the
attempt had! yet been made to put
Homestead Chapter. F F A
the machines in operation at the
With them will go Geont
place from which they were tak- Homestead foot-long baby \liI-)

en, which included Andy' Cat gator presented as a mascot to th-

,* (twos the Bank Bar (two),Hobb's Shawnee boys by tl* Homestead
Billiard farlor, Toby'i Barbecue Chapter at a banquet given tor the
(two), Stallings Barbecue,' and visitor last night In the dining

eight Two place of the 1n machine colore1wn.: have.been May ,1936 take his hat off to you through- room terminal of Pan-American Miami and attended Airway by

89 The 'gator wa immediately -
Claimed by their owner' agent, I'
but the remaining 14 aTe atilt at .' A' l' j the entire christened by the Shaw- '
the JaiL JIayor Bird said that a* out year nee Future Farmers In honor of ,
long a* he i* mayor-whicfa'win '" :; -.... the Homestead chapter' adviser,
be, taltl after the eit/efectton of George Wajlfif.Ield ? !In honor
Jsrntl4-LW: slot machine found "CRAYY'TRAIN"STATEMENDFROSi:1MI 'SKILLI *>htt K Dulcet Basin'ICur' of HIlft'nttlid.1oIiIIf! (*>v "I\kIn "
in Homestead Will be seized under return the Kansan presented -
In Collision Saturday
the gambling pfdtnance of the Editor Leader-Enterprise: that the Dixie Drug wa charged the Homestead boys with
city unleaa'und .until the city M 1 r the old-tin light rate on tho a walnut gavel and block Of wood
of doubt Buffered
M Duke
f would like for which came out of Shrwree't first
aeatreined from
such action bycourt :1'i i apartment ever the store, wad
laceration of the head and alight
order. this fallowing la he thought It was entitled to the school building built for the Indians -
ticle hi last week' Issueof concussion: of the brain Saturdaywhen them 100
Appearing of that name more
Legalized toy the ass state Jeg- advertising low rate on Its window
his Model T Ford
the Redland District News regarding 1
islatur,the .1ot. machine are nevertheless and awning! (Non) lights and to years ago
being light rates alleged to have! Just south of Princeton with a car Mayor Preston B. Bird tII an
stoutly opposed by the rate on machinery.I
'ot been liven In favor of the Dixie, driven by Howard J. Miller el address at the banquet last night
many communities: Florida
1 asked Mr. trey it he could read
Stow Key Weat. Mr. Miller was uninjured
Drug welcomed the visitor to Homestead
eluding Miami Homestead.KINGYOUraNEAR.m-1 I
amd and window and
the apartments
but two of the five other
and Dade County Among
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awning light the tame a* the i occupant: of his car-two children
Drag was given a special low rate thoae present were !>t. John B.
house rate He ai/ld.he could so t
b71M1" councilman In charge of1: and three Wulta-received light Continu4 on Fatthm! i
the fight and water department!II I then told,Urn,to try that for awhile I cut and bruises. ,
until the city could adjust Mr. DukeaLtvho
I The condition of
fairness to the and to all
In city : Its rate to fit the Jan users efcurrent. brought'to
DEATH AFTER CAR parties following concerned true,I and herewith undistorted make Mr Ivey misunderstood was Homestead unconscious for first when aid treatment UNION PROGRAM I
me and read the DM Pixie Drug was considered serious for tome
SKIDS INTO POLE statement*: i footers The lame a* one-void gave !Urn after the accident, but at the DAY ANNOUNCEDFOR
About Owes month Mr]
ago, the low house rate on machinery Kendall hospital yesterday he was
Johnson at the DIxie Drug came light and all. instead of on apartments aid to be out of danger His ear
to JM and said thai; there was and awning light Any resulting was almost totally wrecked. The
Lauren Roberto, Driver,in"Fair" (otnetMog-wrong with the stare's I undercharge to the Dial.Drug Miller car, practically new, wa NEW-YEAR'S
Condition At light bill-that it wa* climbing too i was brought about by this damaged to the extent of several
1 high. He also said that he. was! misundentaadlng. not by any intention hundred dollar, It wa said. Afternoon and Evening
Kendall going V>put In machinery to make' to give any person or busl- Dukea was driving south toward Services to Be Held
Ice cream but unless something I train".
net house a "gravy Homestead Miller wa driving
.Ben King Jr, of Homestead ww done about the amount thetore I wlah to state here that duringthe north on hill way from Key West in Silver Palm
bout In aemi-eonadou was paying for electricityeach six I have been the take ; ;:: ervlce
H,'lay a year on to Hollywood to petition Union New Tf art Day
the Dixie would
condition: at Kendall hospital last month "Drug city council wa have never knowingly connected with the operation ot the arranged by tb RedUnd District
install Diesel electric of its
eight with two compound fracture a plant given special: favor to any F, I:. C. railroad ferries between MinMerlal Association will he held
of the right leg a single trae-, own.I person Or to any business. We Port Everglade and Havana. Wednesday at the Silver Palm
asked Mr. tvey superintendent have always tried to treat all alike -'----- ---- Methodist ChUrch. The Scheduled
internal. of the light *nd water departmente FRANK L. SKILL Heflfner-Vtnson Show program will begin at .:SO p. m
lou of bkx>4 M the result ot an the city. and Mr Hook, city Light and Water Department To Open Here TonightThe when three prayer group will bled
automobile crash north of Kendallon engineer, to go and see Mr. John Committeeman of the Homestead aa follows: adult Rev. George
the federal highway rt abort son and try to.correct any error City Council. Heffner-Vlnson plyera will E. Deuel. yodng people Rev A. M.
445: o'clock yesterday afternoon. or see something could be work- pitch their tent theatre today at Hire; children, Mr*. C. N. Walker
!King and Lauren Robert, 1391 I,ed out Mr. Ivey reported to me Postponed Games Will the corner of King Highway and At the close of the prayer meet!
1. K. 38th. street, Miami, who haafracturedjrlght 1 the federal highway for a show tonight ing, *t 9:30, a basket lunch and
J.... a arm and a possible THE WEATHER Be Played Monday NightThe 1 and tomorrow fur the'bene fellowship period will follow Lasting -

fracture of the pelvis but Is OfffeUl. MKifcw nsort ., UMUlMrlnmt aaltnpledf fit 'of"UM Artme Club, business until 7 o'clock.
considered :Jn "fair" condit.dn. ...,...., Fmwt.... FbriM city basketball league games organization of the Homestead A union evening service win open
were In k Ford k eter* traveling ,I II..|Iauai I between Walton Nurseries sad 1 chapter of the Order M,.the Eat .t 7.30.Our: Spiritual UV*, to

north at a high rate of peed when Del 13 ___j 74 n 28.11' n'. Drooker Lumber Co and betweenW. I 41f'Ito! -Star' The she ot the how M the subject of an address to be
:Roberta, the driver, lost control of Dee I. ..... tT "' as 2U7 D. Home and P J Franklin, opposite the George Ranson grove, given by Dr. R Z. 'Tyler pastor of
the car and it skidded into a telephone Dec II __ 73 42 Inc., which were to have been : east of the railroad en Kings highway Trinity Methodist Church. Miami.
pole. Thy tripped-down Dee. 18 __ n 0 30.034 played last Monday. night, were The union service will take the
auto wa completely demolished. Dee. 11 ,,_.w 80 45 30.04Dec. postpond to Monday night of nextweek. I' The door open at seven and the place of the usual Wednesday
In addition to the fracture King 11 ___ n 44 30.It show begin at 8. evening prayer service In various
suffered a bad laceration over the Dee. 1t '__h" .9 13 3ct.l' Th postponement was made I The cite to a mil from the churches co-operating, which include
left eye and abrasions of the note*. Dee. 20 _, .... U 40 30.08 JOIIIblehen Brooker Lumber Homestead business section, owingto practically all churches in
Hospital attendant aid but night Dee. 21 __"' M as 30.46 Co consented to the later date recent court action brought by the Jtedland District It I*announce
.. his condition was too critical to Dec. 22 __ 'lI al after learning that the Walton 3. W. English, proprietor of the ed. Officials of the ministerial
permit further elimination to determine Dec. U __ I' 53 30.01 .65DSC. team had been weakened by the Seminole Theatre, local movie association aid that an invitation .
the extent f his inJuries. J4 .... ___ 'II U 30.191:01: absence: of French, th* crippled home, to prevent the city from is extended to everyone to attend t
:Roberts win possibly be given I Dot II __ 11 4e condition of Barrow and Wynn and giving the prohibitive license fee and bring a basket or "potluck" L
Dee _._ 10 lO.1a of Klieh of $100 day to the Anon* Oufc. lunch.
thorough examination today 28 w. 53 employment ._
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_Pace Two THE ENTERPRISE Friday December 27.193S.

I f MASONS INSTALL TONIGHT' I UllaUtm ol officer In the
Local Team Whips The HeMeetead and Naranja ranja chapter room* tonight Nil

WE Masonic lodges will hold Joint in- p. m i iGreen
Quintet 0 f Miami a ft I \
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Trinity by 57 to 35 ;I Serfa. ./.rfcf PfauelaM*.. AN
oral so IN,.,." .c-J-t cart
Hi Ike Arewrtef AVfcU Lantern RestaurantADJOINING

Outcome Never in Doubtas tf Central JfoMn !1 HOTEL REDLAND!:

Homestead Pass gloat Chtokeav- JMuW lie
Work Clicks 2-Nicijt DRIVING Regular DiBM>r ate Vegetable mate 1*. I
All Kinds at H.a4e Sandwiches .

Trt nut At sate aa CM be that wbea people get expert at anything they're I .....
A well-balanced basketball team
i apt toteda getting careless about It.and there what ve have to look out I
playing tinder the Walton Nunerles for WDM driving our can. for huh one, we recently beard a group of ,1
eolor detected a supposed engineers dfjcoaong Bight driving and one thing that kept talking about ;
ly-fast Trinity Methodist Church was Vver.rhring our headlights" 1
team of Miami in the local gym How that Ism.ami to be aeommoa one with them,but!'.sew to moat I r

Friday Bight, 11.". dine i 411
What they main la that the dUtanoa ... CIA see
The Waltoloft'_ consisted ot
clearly, headlights, of course,United, and that I
Bradley, McCormick and Barrow we are apt to let our car speeds get beyond the point 1 I
and the defense was capably where we could easily ttop within that limited die ,
handled by Wynn and Field. ,. lance In true that we naturally tend to go a little I
The outcome was never In doubt slower at Bight But If_Brent careful we gradually I
from the very tint a* the Walton get going tutor than wt realize,and that may let ui I
team with its paaa work clicking tee, momentum, the same tone
always cot the ball Into a spot for :va from Making tuna aafoly that :
one of the sharpshooter to fire caper on slippery roads .never .
home iRJJ*on the game old principle night and '
_' hinder bun but It binder u*. :
Joe Mason of Miami was ret
headlight are pretty wonderful
eree In the absence of Coach Theo : :aU they don't give U* the distance
J Bfelee or clarity of vudon that daylight doe Bo, oa considerably shorter notice Greeting a New Arrival
Trinity (IS) Is ft pfUreppard. than In the daytime a vehicle or pedestrian can com out of the darkness.
f __.. ......_ 4 J 2 Almoet before we know It we nay have to slow down or top for someone
Dean t ....._... _. .. 7 0 0, or omethlng oa the road Perhaps one of those big lumbering trucks old time carries in New
that you barely ace till you're right up on them;or a man a
Coyle, c __ _.. 4 0 2! whOM AS _
car tall-Ught baa gone out. an unexpectedcurre
McFnian g .....,..___.. 1 0 0, ,or what not. Year our wishes go out to all in-
Davis g __.. 0 0 1 And that' where ,... meet up with momentum
!Swearingen. g __ 1 0 0 i again. Ton tea, topping lent the one simple action the Redland District for happiness and
Wood, I ___ wo always thought it WM.The truth la we are told, '
.! .:! .:!! that there are really three things we have to do to prosperity[ and health. Happy New
stop. Tint we bare to think ot stopping Next we
Total __ J1 1 Ii have to move one foot ever oa to the brake pedaL Year to aJJ.BROOKER.) .
Homestead (11) fg ft pi, And then we have to push down on the brake pedaL
Bradley. f _____.. ..... 9 0 I'' Now we might not believe It,but they tell u*those
Field I ___ '_'" 2 2 0 Ant two step take time.Lets than a second perhaps ,
McCormick._.____. I 1 1 butte en In that instant momentum carrying u*on. iii
Wynn, g .".______. 2 0 I'' In tact at only SO mile aa hour the average driver
goes SI feet before be can even Mart to tue the brake ; .LUMBER CO.
Darrow, g ,...___. s .:! 3: 'I

Total _.. _....___.... 71 a I DISTANCE RiaUlftID FOR STOPPING
ss r.
Officers Are Elected S 20 la 40 FT. E3 JIlt iuvtur

By Three B. Y. I'.U.'sThe as so WHIU TNIHIONtffSpMTTIAVUle l
S'o 73 F't; i
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three B.Y.P.U.'s of the First 40 .US IT./ WHIII innte Hunt Bprml Lam Miami Lit*. MOT. It, iota
Baptist Church elected officer for 'M Jtt
the next three month at their .. 5o 165 FT.

meetings Sunday evening. .. .. ... HURRICANE
The senior union elected: Alvah' : 60 121 'T.;
Taylor president; Loll Walker, r "" 319
vice-president Bobble Summer- X 70 FT. I DEPENDABILITY I
girt recording secretary Earl I II Off lh epbm 1

Smith, treasurer; C h r I.t i o e Tbea after be does get the brake to working, it takes him another 11 feet I ct .
Hughes, Bible readers' leader; to stop completely, even with the best brakes la the world and with good !' r1. d ofr
Trances Irwin, corresponding secretary Urea under favorable road eoodttlona.At least so we are told by the State oil
; fern Robertson and Virginia Board of labile Works of one of the states which has made a very Intensive ( e p
Hodge, group captain study of driven and driving conditions and which i s r Y i iM
Officers of the Intermediateunion has prepared the data for the above chart 9 vIs
are: Win. McMichael, president : The important thing to realije 1* that distance ti; r b
r: ; Randolph Caves, vice president needed to stop Increase a great deal u we Increaseour I
; Lucille West, secretary and speed. ;I jt4.4Q.
We Just have to remember that when we're moving
treasurer; Ellen Vann, Bible reader I
along la a ear we think by the foot, act by the 4I
leader; Eunice Walker chor- foot and stop by the foot,and U we arent careful,sri t> eAy'A k r4
later; Mrs. Win. M Johns, pianist; easy to get going faster than I* really safe. j re er4llr r 4ed sir
Sybil Cheshire and Virginia Dor- Now,Just a*engineer have told u*how to operate i t1Iftfe A.+.,e tee to
ter, group captain Mrs. Johns In safety with our own light many experienced 46'+sl Sir der dot
r K the leader. driven have pointed out how to avoid trouble from ',
The officers of the Junior union other people'light They say that all we have to do, Ina ter;; rWi4aret ry
r are: Jack McMichael, president; when pairing other car at night la to stop looking 1 j %
Mildred Re.ma'Ic.pl..ldent at their lights and watch the right-band fide of the road. a 4, s wee air r Cato 4+ v
+ ; The truth of the matter Is that night driving ceo1 be juet a* pleasant and I +rr4
Charles Robertson secretary. )ut as sale aa day driving. But we have to be more alert and more careful rt t e r o 1 r A i F
treasurer; Geneva Vann and Mary i iWANT

Louise Pierce, group captains;

Mabel Ruth Pope pianUt Mrs. ADS PAY !\ READ THE WANT ADS; 114coo'
Frank Irwin .U the leader. .




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Friday Pare TbJ'HI__ "j
t' .
DirrctoLPayt' Visit ing Uw, New Years Program Special "CetU1IIIr ... Silk?' ,t j
85 AT BANQUETFOR ToLoralaandP.W.C.'I guest speakers ebb tie -j "I'erttage yeas hake Wangled M '. l

C HIM and Bherilt IX the menses. *r the tnUMta '"l th. r t
SHAWNEE 4; < leI of; MlmnL stale," \ 1
The ot the HomettMMl
last Q.I "No, such. I never belonged to 1':s
Business aijtd Pnfeaalonal Women '
I Club win be the l Santa Pays Informal any such thing.
i granted ape-
F F.A. MEMBERS "rVrhap""" pets are one of those ix
eras I of dues for
privilege paying
I Call at Baptist PartySanta honorary colonela that the governor i
"Ii iy the second half of the : I
is always appointing'Not
. (Continued From Page One) year which ends June0' paid an Informal visit to that, neither, auh Many < Mrs Vine M Brtterley of Hlahfahdirector I
Tower chairman of the cooperating Florida the First Baptist Church on Christma persons here about have official
entertainment committee frotr of the Federation I Eve when the Sunday schoolchildren titles who are not entitled to them,
<>f Business and
the Itedland: District Chamber ol a' directed bylrs. 8. L. but I came by mine legitimately. ;f'
en's the
Clubs. told club at
(jmmeroe, Chas M. Fisher, Dade West, gave the following program: ash I married the widow of Colonel -
the ruture Farm-
C'rltnlheld m ." 1 ,
I Taraatei, sub Pathfinder
County superintendent of public r clubhouse Friday evening Ntlciuil Reading "The Angels and theShepherds -
instruction and S. B Rojirer, 1 and state dues for a half- ," by Lucille Weal: ,
former citizen of Kansas who u J This Santa Claus reading by Connie
>cnr amount to '1.60. in-
now a resident of Redland eludes subsarlptloH to the national Campbell; reading, "He Come in NEW LOWERPRICES
The man vial of the Shawnee ,magazine "The Independent Woman the Mght" by JWcese Altman; ,
chapter to Homestead wu the ." and to the state magazine story by Mrs. West: reading, "San)
subject of a broadcast over Radio Florida Business Women," which ta Oaus' Helpers by Carol Walk ON
Station WQAM of Miami at 2 p.m will devote its February issue to 1 er: reading Apprentice to Santa
yesterday in which both the District Eight the lower East l Oaus" by Merle Jenkins) reading,
Kansas and Florida boy took part coast of Florida he sold "Pa Did Its" by Lester Archer, BIG DODGE
Eugene Keroher of Shawnee-Ml-I May Kobeon and'Franlle DMT "What tile Mother Goose Children
aion gave his idea of what his aa they appear IB Three Kids At Mrs Betterley's suggestionth !Wanf by Eunice Walker; "an'ilI \,
dub voted to enroll charter dollars
I Already priced only a
chapter bad gained by makingthe mas Afterthought" by June Jenkins .
and a Queen" which begiea .t the member till the next meeting I more wan the very lowwtpncedoar 'j
trip: Charles Mangold acting : reading, "Why by Barbara i iI Dodge ha recently announced -
president of the Kansas aggregation Greve with a special New Year's Jan. S, and to hold a membership Jean Smith, story of Christmasby ': wi Wear price M
answered question aa to Eve midnight show Tuesday rally at that time. This meeting I I Mrs. J R. Doraey, and a solo 'I I low aa M4O. Itstjiriee* at the factory
will be held at the home of Mrs Detroltl But th* big new.moneyamvlng .
the trip and tt> purpose, And gave: by Ruth Rutland.Ilomestead Dodge saves you morethan
B. F Collier Florida City. where I
a resume" of activities of the ShAw- Shawnce-MIuion chapter who I II I r on original first coat From ...
luck dinner will be servedat
a pot I alt the come reports of ,,4
nee-Mlsslon chapter winner of over country
accompanied: by Mrs. Carver Other 6:80, : and oil economy-lg to
the Last national F F A. chapter adult member of the party In Mr. ftjjt Walker, member of I!I High 4-II Club : 24 amazing mile gu per gallon and caving Up
contest John Fredrick president | ,
.addition to the "Alumni memlen"of ; LittleA to 10% on oil, owners sty
of IU the activities Homestead A chapter trio composedof told of the chapter are Mrs A. S. the comprehensive county school account board of, the gave beginnings a- I: -*..............Dy.. ,, ....................I.II ever More before luxuriously. with appointed ntuuniag than new .
Coates. Mrs J. W. England Roy
of the various types off I I work will be held' style and beauty this IMP* Dodu
Glenn Sin meeting .
Alvin Simmons mtons Byerly Miss Emma Lynian Dr. baa been nailed by noted auto eil
and Randolph Caves played a Bettie Owen Glen Jones and Mr. government Thursday Jan 2. In the schoolhouse hors and fashion authorities aa the ;
guitar selection, Hid aa a final!I and Mr George Bre1 p. Mrs. Collier ft'pnl led that the The girl one asked tol most beautiful car In all Dottje1to1'1.
See anti drive this bit, new
the entire F. F A. slaying of W'i'A bring then lunch and material forth
party 74 I Alumni member of the partv project securing i coursein Dodge Benuty Winner without II)tr- .
ana the Future Farmer son*] are; Warren Wagner Thomas Wag Spanish/ encour,,k1fl1l \' required sewing exhibit fln- laY. See the free economy test p, ,1
The visitor were taken to Warn Donald Cover Fred Van- Mrs Betterloy was <, uumed shod as will lb unfinIshed. They out for yourself' how Dodgy cap: ',1\0 Ii .
I per asked, to bring their you money every mile you dl1\'e. S
It <'li Inter in she afternoon but BOhoelandt Wilbur Dm la. Henry by Mrs Grace Campbell! "ie.- ire Pisa I --
o'.' sir, to the cool weather were I 'uoIIor'. needles thread and thimblee 1
Lynn, John Shaw and Arthur EnftInirt president of the Hialeah club.
out( cijcournged to go In bathlnr : 'Th<'v ''''010 work oil day:
This mornings program culls fora that IK fi urn !JM: till' 4 o'clink. I Turner's Funeral Home !
Active members of Shawnee '
M>lt to the Mom x.ker Club'': Mission the Baptists to Hold Annual This t Is .i wonderful opportun"
oJ'' race tussle, howown said t* then:i are: Floyd charter tavls.making: 'SalT'rttgcr.trip. Meeting Next TuesdayThe to get help dh'l'ctlnd to get the! ....IIR. VMIIIIANCK NI'H\'lfti.

lu a typical Florida sun shining a I: Eugene Krrober Charles Mangold work done correctly: Lady Atteadaat j'

dip in the Atlantic it Miami bench I Albert Coates! Robert Singleton annual church supper and ------- I Pho""* 644-R Himii..1",,,1 I.':"
will also be on till nchtdule I Harry Weber Eugene Weber J. business meeting of the First, Baptist Title by Marriage

A good of many the of the Kansas went swun-boys E. England lit Daryl Berglund Church will be held m the Sun- An inquisitive stranger passing ............................_,...........,............,;::. !
and some dulU Eugen Not'dhnm. Leighton Kest- day school buHdin,,at 8:30: Tuesday through Kentucky was Introducedto I
ming ChrUtma* Day at Elliot's Key I II I er, David Bloodgood, James Stofo. evening..Are jK;>clal New yews a Colonel I Shelby The stranger JOHN U MUUCf: POST NO. 4.1 {I \

where the yacht Vnsagua. on which I Lawrence Miller Gerald HItes, program win be given after the asked, Did, you serve In theCfctifMente AMERICAN LEGION i ;
I they weft the gneM of tbe elty II i Warren Cerbin, Russell Alcfcrn. supper th d rtto ArmyT" Meeto Onit and third U. |IWM<.') i
j of MJqmi; stopped ao they" could James Cox,. Jesa* Cox. Venton"Eugene of Mrs. hoIIrE *&, aukT said tbsv,AdomL s ,. .... Amerte i.'t**>w'.MMie.. told
a ..t>lc* cdcoMt Hghf from the tweaj NeedHwn,Leighton Kest'Sewted AH' .received Info "T presume' you" were in the ( pmt effle*) South Krem A'..... I

The teM ot. the day WM Spent oas -r. Charles Donald the church during the past year Union Army then ventured the Homestead, Fla. | ;i iIt

s the yacht cruising and tMIk1'1 I NeU Eugene-: Trent Kermit wUl receive: a special welcome dur- asker ._.__................. iI

: among the key ........ Robert McAnany, James
I. This afternoon the Kansans w4H I Anders, Walter Hesllp Sen
be conducted through the Cart Clark Jack Logan, Frank: Atdn. (
Glade winter farming area, to Ed i D

place aouth of Florida City and Supply" .

finally to Royal Palm State Park, Lady: "I bought two hams here
where the visitors can get a-
some time ago,and they were ao
glimpse a (ample of the tropical good Have you any ratite ,

vegetation (u Everglade!: National ', Farmer: "Y.s, m'm, rye Mere.t .... )
Park creation of which out of a more hanging up In the kitchen' I,
vast territory west of Homestead I Lad)', 'Weli It you'n quite awe

was recently. authorized by con- i they'i' off the same pig 10 take ,
gress. ." t
three of them -Whithty SesaMe I
The motorcade of nine cars bearIng -i.'I Chronicle '.
the ft visitor from Mrrrlxm.

Kan, left ,Ktotai City at 6 a. m. ,.
Dee 20 and: arrived in Homesteadat HOMESTEAD' LODGE NO. JS 4r

10 p. m. 'on Dor 24 after hai-j I.O.O.F. lit :
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IJIR traveled a total ot 1934 mile. ... I .
) meet every Tuesday evening at tl .J t. .. '
bach car bud at tent one adult g "lock In 1.OJO.F Hall N. W. "

occupant whWIUT generally the lit street. ..., . ... .. #.
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driver. In charge of the trip Visitors Welcome ,. .. ,' ." .
i* It. D. Carver, adviser of the

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I ..'- 4 ; ;. I' 1936 'aa. I a bell ringer than.*,.an r.1I. ,':

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New Year to' you-from us.

What the Doctor Ordered ? . ; '.&.

Doctor 1936 has ordered a :. -. --....... .. .
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Four THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday December 27, 1935.

THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE I Dade :Massacre Centennial Program Tfifc LIBRARIAN'S NER-.I

rnhUshed FrUUy at Haatt- To Be Held in Bushnell December 29 I
Y rvblithlnr tea*. ru.Co by the Faults Did ,sir tams It U BOW, JUBlURUJITkiiMtnrt /

I BuihrwU Dec M, (FNS) Tiro-
provide mutte An oldfashionedbarbecue I.maaae Novas for their room appoint their
BEN ARCHER _. ......__..._Editor own
Ida, mid-winter, 100 yeanagoBary also will be featured. ....."C: f. ar
;: rJ librarian and assistants, and
:. as-a r. a.fttw trey
I mnnnte filtering the celebration ... ... ...
Entered at second claw Mail morning Speakers for *r t .*t 4i tent a copy of their own library
I through the tree tn a double line include Gen. Charles P. Summer- '
Mattel MardI S.191X at the post
j bw which they themselves have
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Shotta Judge
erne at Homestead. Florida trader of marching me*. "v..hoo+ohN all Governor Tbe book peiteni on exhibition '
B. Koonre, W. F. Hines> Tamps worked out, to the Homestead ...'''
the art ft Muck S. JI7I. Yo-J\oo+hftl" rang the blood-)tattorney. and other in the library" which have attract'
brarlan And now you know why
cMSing war rr|>of ambushed '*d to much attention were made ;

('H. raJa, |S.N A YEAR tool- Indians, teglnatac Sem-I to Mia Holferty1 the Homestead librarian\ has had
--- by pupil room
ties bloodiest battles el American the happiest Chrkrtma of her tong ..
Indian warfare, the tint InstanceIn Homestead F. F. A. NewsBy in the Ferrln school Exceptone and chequered career. Cooperation "

WALK AROUND JTOt'KIXr, history; when armed United Mtffeti the drawing are all original
Twustty will take ut a Ions way. andit
When yotc'r' rltfcijtng other Statet troop wet coatpleteiy ..... That.,*wa copied from the book teem we are pretty welt lined '.

And are finding her and there massacred by Savage warrior jacket Of an the potter Submitted up for successful new ;year the '
In order that the people of the
I In commemoration .f Dads'sheroic I
A fault or two la week *t.
I Redand District may better understand only CM title and author library and Schools working together ,
stand, state and nationaldignitaries
Or a weakness yen ran War; I
historian writer and : :' what the Future Farmer of wa duplicated Two choae "Grau-
When 1<*.. bloating *onwoM'tweakness i '
Beat wishes for New Yearand
tome 14)09 visitor will gather on : America do, we, present thin fifth tark" by George McCuteheon. your

Or accusing tome of pelf- December 2* ht Dade Memorial chapter of explanation What Some of the girl and boy ADIOSt

It'.i time that you went ox Park near Bitthnell. which shelters CHAPTER V In our public Schools could do to I,

To take a walk wound yourself grate-grown grave and a rusty When officer of thechaptec.are drawing If they had a little encouragement A4 Then Were railed Mia '

little old cannot -cote reminders elected they are elected like! city and training to mad A offerer who liver elate to. a <'?
There are lot of human failuresIn of Dade'f mw. .... Compfetkxt officer by secret ballot Officer I evident to this display and should railroad yard la a suburb wrote '

the average of u* all: el plan by the Dade Centennial -' of the chapter have definite du- provide you something to think the railroad company complain I

And tote ol grave shortcoming commission, headed by ate to carry out : about-that III you are at allInte..t04 for about the racket made by "
In the short MM and UM tan; Governor Dave Sholtx recall one I, tn the education of our twitch engine

But when wa think of ,rtl of the-most colorful Incident In Future Farmer officer art.: youth. The judges awarded the "GentteitHfn. Why i* It that your .-

Men should lay upon UM ahelTee l Florida history.The president vice-president, treasurer prize to Martha Dasher for herpotter twitch engine baa to ding and ;
!('. time weal) went out I secretary, reporter, adviser "Treasure Train." If you and "
and fizz and
year 1835 found Florida committemen end watch dog Each dong spit clang
To take i walk around ourschnet frontier condition critical. With officer consider hit position an have not teen these potters come and bane and hiss and bell and ,

We need to often In this Ute characteristic firmness, President I honor. This I* why the F. F. A. Is in while they are on view. They wall and pant and rant and howl
wilt t* kept in the library throughthe and yowl.and grate and grind and
This balancing of nest,; Andrew Jackson had issued hi*I becoming more and more known I
This seeing how much in ut wins ultimatum to the Seminoles tell r every day The officers' duties holiday purr and bump and clack and clank

And how much In ut fall; you you mutt go,-and you win go will be explained in later chap That the library la appreciatedby and chug and moan, and hoot and
the pupil of the Redland Farm toot and crash and grunt and "
But before you judge another i-you have told all your country. ter. gasp
Just to lay: him on the thelf To force a nation of desperate and (Chapter VI Next Week) Life School baa been a well knows and groan and whittle and wheeze

It would be a splendid plan I vengeful savages writ of the Mlt- I fact since the first day the teacher and squawk and blow and jar and

To take a walk around :yourself. !sbalppt the government was depending Moody Quartet to Gin i borrowed our book for her jerkk and rasp and jingle and
on few depleted corn pupil to read but this Christmas twang and clack and rumble and .
-Author Unknown
I panics of Infantry. Sacred Concert Monday season brought forth a real demonstration jangle and ring and chatter and

Upon and gave the librarianthe clatter and yelp and howl and
reporting massing of Indian
MANY or not; GREAT HATE forces at Fort King Ocala, The senior male; quartet of the I' greatest thrill of her life when hum and snarl and puff and growl

DIED Or Tt'BCRCVLOSIS 'I Major Francis Dad war orderedto Moody. Bible Institute of Chicago the pupil of the fi.Ctbl1'ade. Miss and thump and boom and clash

the assistance of General Wile will give a sacred concert in the Johnson teacher each wrote, a letter and jolt and Jostle and shake and
Tuberculosis It no respecter o f Thompson The y First Baptist Church Monday I to the librarian telling what screech and snort and snarl and islam
gallant Virginian,
persons, record through the ages 1 1 veteran of the war of 1812 left evening at 7:30.Everyone I book had been enjoyed and why ., and ,'throb and sink and
Fort Brooke : to Invited to they were liked, and thanking the quiver and rumble and roar and
the Florida Tubtrcu- Tampa, 0DeC'ember
prove says
1,31 1835. His A free will offering will librarian for her service. They rattle and yell and smoke and
command numbered
lusts and Health Association." At ceived. have service smell and shriek "
108 men and a pitiful cannon I I organized a library all night long.
"captain of the men o< death", tubercutoala drawn
by oxen-hi* guide tout I

halt struck, not only .1 Pacheo supposedly trustworthy f MAIM 411i 6

the poor and unknown but also a.tr I Early in the morning of December '

Hum of tn* worTcT't' best known 1 38, upon reaching A spot about

writers artiste. acton and public tour miles from the scene of the 1

Cltlien battle, now called "Dade1* breakfast i t

pond" considered 1
Robert Louis Stevenson was kit ,all danger'p.mal scouts were .\
to hi* Prime. Another victim ott
In forces were matted, and ,
tuUercukwl was Elizabeth Bar a final quick march to Fort King

rett Browning, whoa marriage to began The treacherous guide led ,"
Robert Browning it one of thereal the uniupectlng troop straightway
love stories of modern I;
t time Into an Indian ambush near )
I Many remember Christ Mathew- Wahoo swamp, where chiefs Mi- | .

( on, whose name will live forever canopy and Jumper, leading a I
In ,
. the annals of baseball. Movie party of 200 Seminoles and renegade fan
remember Mubel Normandand leTS
negro slaves, surrounded |
1 Rene Adorec. Followers of Major '. little band out of I! Nr
. \ the prize ring offer Peter Jackson, carefully-planned ambush
\ Joe Cant. George Dickton and I
> "Spider" Kelly, The. commander. and half hit
( t men JIll under the first assault !
Thirteen American poet alone The doomed survivors, save three DA'D
t ? have suffered from or died of tu who latef died of their wound,

berculosis between 1783 and 1841 feU under second attack without

at an average age of 25. ammunition to protect themselves.

these were William Cullen Green-1 A the Indian took the temporary.

A Washington Irving. John fort with shrieks their negro! i ;
and Thoreau. Europe henchmen fell to work cutting the

supplied such well known men I throat of all still showing signs! s
a* Moliere, the great French playwright of lift. ,
who died of
white playing General Thompson and his aide ..--.
a part In his own
drama. Keats, Shelley and Byron. were killed the tarn afternoon by -. .
Otceola king of the Seminoles I -
a* well a* Leigh Hunt all Englishmen From t
an .mbull1ntal' Fort
King. '
suffered and died of tuber-
Event of the fatal
cobalt. In France Its victim In-
eluded day began a period of Indian terror r
and Voltaire in
; Ydw
stamped out
Russia Maxim only after the ,
Gorki; and In formation of the Florida Volunteers i .. -

SpnJn.. the Splnoxa famous Spanish Italy philosopher names. a troop .< cavalry r \ {
Rlcolo Pagnnlnnl, the composer The negro guide denying treachery \'
remained with the Indian
In our own country, Ring Lard- 1)I
supposedly: a captive, after their !
liei', only few
a year ago, died of banishment to r\
tuberculosis. Arkansas. II* returned ..........
to Jacksonvilleafter abo
l W* list among the celebrities lition of slavery, and died thereIn

who have conquered the disease, 181S *| the age of 11 ,
several who are known Florida
A monument
Honoring Dade and
through their winter vitlt These
'iU command
stands at West Point
inctuda Roger W. Baboon; Irving
Military Academy. After temporary

Fisher, noted economist; Eugene
Interment the
on site of
O'Nttlt America' foremost play the massacre, bodies
of the 'victim
wright; Will Irwin reporter and
were later placed with ceremony -
author, Charles Wakrfield Cad-
In a spot of honor at St.
man composer; and Albert Edward Augustine. .;
Wiggara, student and author.
Secretary. of Interior Harold L. Thousands of year ago the aasntj life of largely, responsible, .. '

: king! has been invited to attend Florida greatly raveled that of the big gun region ,,'

Desperate I he tenteimial .etebrat m on the ef Africa in lilt variety. While most ., earKaat Tb ROn, APPLE which b valued a*:an

Willie having gotten gun andiP wtnly-elghth.. A group of fifty ammonia were perhaps already present, ornamental tree In Florida,. I* n fragrant fruit'

Burr for Christmas, wrote in hit Seminoles, In full tribal costume there was alto a beat ef stronger animal Oat el two East India, pleats highly regarded Jo*.

'. '+;dillIT- will lend historical color to the have long been axttatl PreotlneM among these their beautiful flowers tat foliage. The' fruit 5
occasion. An honor guard of state of en* variety 'are from one to tau tache
t>ecember 28. Snowln', can't go was the CAMEL which: existed In two distinct
, huntin:" militia under Adjutant General .;..... re flavored, tai popular the
form a* shown by fossil remain* la verioa parts lal
Vivian Collins, St. Augustine, will fee and .. .
I "JIttlllnw J7. Snowln' yet, fie a tl-gun salute at noon. The of the states It I* taiHMtAU to M**** a ttofaftsj nukJaa pmasrvea
The trait b v.d ctI *
of the other tree torn'
e*Q'IO huniln' tor the exUsKben .f the aaal Iwwever.tasiay
,, ,v.. Lakeland American Legion band, ,cans .
13 eoemtxr4$1k:8t1U tnowln the Ocala bead, and the Winter believe that the dwtnwUe .f sakes life shop"i i *_iMMtsjiJ_ an4 testes v y mack.lft*ja.

',f'o:. .hGt. Hawn life a"an&dr uni corp4 Twill .-'r lags ladlapa wry tOa is:p....srs;..bag t" w '. .

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Friday December 27. 19M. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Five

Mli Mary,Leeds bM returned 1 1I Mn. A. a Fettle h4 daughter '

I tram Rahway, N. J.. to spend the NARANJA J pent Christmas Day with Mr.Fogle .
If winter With per Wothor-ln-law on the Tamtmnl TruthFather
In and Jlround and sister Mr and Mn r WSUUnan I
of Coconut Palm drive I rtannJB ;young people who are
home from wttega for the holidays : "What do you want
Mr. and Mr Ronald are Ml*. Shirley Harkne, MiM newt Haven't I just act your husband -
Homestead 'I i who Ruth Murray Burton Graham, H.1 up In business?
I' are nuking their home in
Pahokee H. Graham, Jr.. Arthur Fogie and Daughter: "Y... but Harry wanta
spent Tuesday and Wdne
I Jot and Sim Hfckseft you to buy Mm out':"-Farm Qoe-
day with relative and friends alp.
IJ! 1 In the district

Dr. Earle D. Matthews bas returned -1 and Mr. Dyehn will gob Miami. Dale Henderson home from

from Maryland t.. spend I Mr. and Mn Turner an moving Mr and Mr James M. Canon Riverside Mfttary Academy at WHENIHAHCentral

the week with his parent Mr and from the Sherman property where of Miami and their two children Gainesville, Ce.Zolltt .

Mr*. S. f Matthews. He has beentransferred they have lived for five yean.Mr Carol and Jack, were dinner pita
to the IOU conservation of Mr. and Mr*. Ben Archer and Kyle is spending the holidays

service tat Georgia for-the' rest of *..Florence Sprague and Mn their tan, Lester, on Christmas with his mother Mn. A.
the winter. Annette McCull call Day. Present also> was Mn. J. Tripp. Guest at .the .Trip homeon
plan their
Christmas Mr. and Mr .
Milton Leach mother of Mn. were *
home Bauer
drive and
oa to make
Canon and Mrs Archer, who has Shep Holland of Coral Cable and e
Howard Field who la s lenior thin home with Misses Charlotte
been making her home with the their children Mr. and Mn. Roy
In Eastern Nazarene College, Wol- and Annie Ladle,.
Archer while Mrs.Canon and the Covender and ion and Z. Covend-
laiton, Man, la pending his'
vacation with friend In children were In Part for three tr.
Christmas Mine Lillian Porte of Brunswick: month.
N. Y. He preached there
Elmira Na- N. J., ii spending the holiday with Mr. and Mn. Cheater Yatea and
eveningin the First
tirene Sunday Church according to word her parent? Mr. and Mn. John Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shepherd daughter Bobbie Sue. are spending -
ate of "lAtnd. the holidays with Mrs. Yatta' --..-
+" received this week by his: parent, of Woodbury, Conn., are visiting a.M..a naam aor"w M
Mr.alid Mn. Carl A. Field. Mr. and Mr*. A. W. Kutchtnson. parent. Ml. and Mr*. H. It Cra-

Mr. end ,Mr Clinton Pepper hm. Service'StatioaG.
of Princeton have ai holiday Flaw Faye Rogers of Miami Is
Mr. and Mrs. L. .B. Sommen guest Mr. ,and Mn. L'M. Gal- spending the week with Miss tvaOyaL Mr. and Mn. H. H. entertained W. DRIGGERS .
left Wednesday afternoon for a loway. Mill Alice Stephen and at an old fashioned Prop.

u tour of the state before attending Mia Gladys Coldren, all of west Christmas dinner: Mr. and Mrs PHONE t..J. ROMESTK.U, Ft A.
the,Florida State Educational As.
Horace Mitchell and children Mr.
Browiuville, Pa. .
** Bertha. Kill Hauaman,
ociation In Orlando Jan 2, 3 and
and ;Mr*. Ceo. DeFreese and children
county; home demonstration agent
4. Angelina and Wilson, Mr. ,
+ Mn. M M. Avery plan to leave of St. Lucie County I* spending
1 and Mn.Geo. Drlgf en and daughter W. Maxwell SmithINSURANCE
this week for Nashville, Tenn., to the holidays here with, her parents -
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Smith of, Lucille. Mr. and Mn. Chatter
N. Y. their visit one of her married daughter, Dr. and Mn. Frank Ilaut- Yates and Bobble
Ithaca, ion, Raymond, daughter, Sue,
Jr., and daughter Phyllis, are Mn. E. A. Papuchii. man Burton, H. H. and E. J. Graham: i FIRE, AUTO. STORM AND LIPS

pending a wwIr'w1tIt Mr. and J. B. Graham and daughter, Joan, Phase Mt-M
Mn. A. J. Van Marter. This Is Mr. and Mr*. W. E. Walton of Bobby Crow who 1* a student at J. P. Humphrey and Wm. Baker. I Office U McCrwy Arcade ,
their third visit to Homestead Miami announce the birth of an Northwestern University In Chicago -
1* spending the holiday with .
When they came through Day. eight-pound daughter, Patricia I Those who were guests of Mrs
his mother, Mn. Florence Crow In
tona Beach their car was dam Ann on Dee. 23 In Victoria hospital ; Ole Peterson on Christmas were:
aged and they received bruises In Miami. Mr Walton I fa Mfcmi. Mr. NEWT BALL
when a car with an intoxicated the former Miss Virginia Hooks, : ami. I
driver ran across their path. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mr. and Mr*. M. a Yates of At- and children Mary Ann and John, Xoiary PuMIe

Hook of Homeitead. lanta are spending the holiday Jr., Miss Helene KJieldsen Mln filial INI.ITIUNCB AND
with Mr*. Yale uncle and aunt, I
Mrs, Raymond Fleming of South Shirley Harkneu and Oeo. Ped- KINDRED LUTE
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Schaff.
Hampton, L. L, la visiting Mr. and i Mia Alene Vercoe, Mill Dorothy -i erson. *. N. Louse A...
Mr*.S. F. Matthew .Mr. Fleming Cox and Allen West, students I
1* expected next week. Mr. and at Stetson University at De-i Mrs. Lee IL Lehman and her ion, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hobson and .

Mr*. Matthews, Mrs Fleming and :Land are here spending the holidays Clayton, plan to spend the week- their children Carl Joyce Hobson
Dr. Earle Matthew spent Christmas r at their home end In Daytona Beach., and Willard Hunderabott were I Edward StilingReal

in Miami with Mr. and Mn. I dinner guest of Mr. and Mn. Estate
Aldus Matthew' r M* and Mr*. S. R. Byrum' andXajwily Billy Walton left yesterday for Leonard Hobson en Christmas Day.
Orlando -where wflrtpend the General Insurance
left Sunday for Greenville -
Mini Pearl k Cock of Micro:N.: S. c., their former home, rest of the holiday' with' WUbur Mrs. C: E. Elcbenberger II I1J J'WIUD.CITY.. FLA.Car. .

C., who formerly taught in the r to spend the holidays with Mrs.Byrurs's TurnlpMed. with the mumpi rah Are end Len BNEVER

a Homestead schools I* the houseguest parent Miss Mable
Anderson who Is
of Mr. and Mr*. Carl Field. Mr. and Mn. O. W. Moody entertained
Wilbur M. Bradley and hit now a teacher of Creitview I*
All three spent Christmas at MI- at Christmas dinner: Mr.
spending the holidays with her
daughter, Mary, of Woodbury
ami Beach.! end Mn. T. A.
Shock Mrs. Virginia -
Conn., who have spent several parent on Halnlin drive. I
Moody, Mn Mary Epper-
wlnten In Homestead, have returned -
Mrs. O. t Cault I* la Jackson for another season. They Mr. and Mr*. J. B. Sparkman ton: and E. L. DeFreese.Mr. .

Memorial hospital In Miami recovering ,are living in one of the W.C. Noon left Wednesday for Quitman Gafor .. ..
from a major operation apartment on N. W. Third street a visit with Mr*. Sparkman'i and Mn. Spradley of Miami BEFORE SUCH A
performed Monday. father, J. B. Patt flOn. During were Christmas guests of Mr. I

Mr. and Mn. Wm. Wolfe of Mn. Sparkman' absence Mill and Mr*. H. L. Barnard, Mr*. SMOOTH SHAVING BLADE

Frank Dychei has rented his Flint Mich, arrived Saturday to Elizabeth Home will have chargeof Spradley'f parent
home on Redland road to Mr. and spend the winter In Redland. This Pa '*Beauty Parlor. at this low price

Mr*. Cha Turner. Mn. Dychei year they. are occpying one of the Joan Graham It spending the
left tome time ago for New Jersey Thayer houses in Sylvia Terrace. Allen Neal spent Christmas with holiday at the home e( her mother .
relative In Hallandal Mn Walter Moody. I

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To a Modem A Bit of a Cheerio 'canrn.M.atQ 'Duties the Pea fw

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"-- ".venue
Stork / die .........- low
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IN fact, more than just a bit of lag kaseuofdrt.m.ca.usa .
,>I cheerio., Great large gobs of ......Now,ma PtoWrt
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cheerio may will ushV\ In,the New I "M"esa.Ci :drvieS.cotakn.:

AS Master Nineteen Thirty Six 'V ;i Yar'1936. For, there's more' dope "L...Lucas,.. c.w.t-Aaa: ..

". In via: his modern stork, I for real happiness and prosperity : ; =:,.vies f+keRtes !

a salute him and wish to all
we our abiot.h sad
throughout the land than in years. she s !
' friends and patrons -II. MdeGm I
a very Happy New Year ........Jr,ae.put
.' New: Year Happy. .......... ...
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Pde'tJx"" "_ 'I' H ," THE LEADEK-ENTERPRISE Friday.Decetnber'27,19M alaaiaiaaiMBaiiBW! _

MOWRY FAMILY HOLDS | MR. AND MRS KHEMCY I home of Mr and Mr*.' Mack Har-


Mn. Leonard S, Mowry, Homeattad Mr and Mrs. DINER: ) gave: Hordes gave a party for her small

I r Social Events I'I ptaBB**, on ,Ckristaw Day a family Ckriatmaa dinner at their, daughter, Carroll. Tae coops
bad the pleasure of having ail but home on Bweayne drive I were bright W Christmas g...*n-
I two of her children JAM Myrtle Cover were laid for Mr*. Rhen- : ery red candtot and a gayly decorated -

( Kersey and Tom O. Mowry, and ay's mother, Mrs. W P Parker tree.
all but six ol her graoduhlldren I of Jacksonville; her brother and. About the happiest moments In

MISS ETHEL HOOKS TO WED I at the Webster home. The other. aasembla at the famlry home for 818Jbr..III.law. Mr. and MM. W. P. Miss Carroll's life were spent In
JAMES ROTTlLEi JR. I guests were Mr. and Mr*. L B. I' Christmas dinner There was a I Parker Jr., of Savannah sheer.; and her blowing out the C8IdIMlnd Matting
; Christmas tree In the living brother-in-law and > Dr. andMrs. : her own cake: .
Sommera Mr. and Mn K P. Me:- room r
ti Mr and Mn J A. Hook announce I W. L. Shackleford of West
and Christmas decorations In the
the engagement of their I Daniel and Pierre McDwilel
Palm Beach.CARROLL .
daughter Ethel Bntndage, to The house was vel1Ji other room of the houst : o. E 8. CHAPTERS WIU.TUESDAY .

James Sottlte Jr., of Miami. The 1 omtod with poinaettlwi. Four dmighten, two sons, t3 HARDER If AS INSTALL
Chrtotmaa-lreci were used II plate 1 brother, E. A.
date for the wedding hall not yet BIRTHDAY
Richardson Ad Aitrs Chapter of the O X: "
card Ice :
been let cream BeatH were, and four guests, Joel
Two small candles lowed on n S. and NaranJ Chapter will hold a
served a* deeeert I I and Monte Caramel J. J. Hull '
Mid Hooks a graduate Of beautiful pink and creep birthday Joint Installation of officer ))14 Nottana -
Homestead High School,completed MART FRANCES RUTLAND I and O,O Mitchell were preient ,cake Monday afternoon, it the I' Monday"eVtntng.
the course ut Jackson Memorial The sons and daughters-in-law
f Training' School for Nurses last CELEBRATES BIRTHDAYThe and their children present were:
June. tenth birthday anniversaryof the Rev and Mn L. S. Mowryof
Mr Bond la l the Homestead Mary France Rutland wa cele-i I Lake Worth and their children.

manager of South Dado farms, brated Monday afternoon at a party Miss Mary, Stewart, Katherine,
Inc. H* lit a graduate ef Miami given by her mother, Mn J. Oracle and Job""I.nd; Mr. and

I High School and hM attended the R Rutland. Mrs. Fred A. Mowry and Fred A.
There wa* a beautiful Christmas
UhlversWM Florida at Gainville
tree and a present for each Jr.The .
I !
I sons-in-law and
I put, and there wa a Christmas t1 .
and their children present Included I.
MORE THAN 5. ATTEND .I I birthday cake with candles. Christ- ,' Mr. and Mra Geo. E. Camp ",, '. ..
nuts games and contest providedentertainment '
bell Mn Saute aNd
Lloyd Mil' "
than fifty person attended Jewell Campbell Mr. and Mrs.
the Christmas dinner party tor I I The guent Included: Athley I C. W. Little ma Edw., Mist! LNI,
Hilda D
Irginnnnnm nnd their fsmllle Kemp. Dodion, Ruth Pete* .
Charlie, Johnnie and Ullie Little ,
eon, Doro1.h18ul1lnn. Lots lMer W, l'
given Sunday evening W Legion
Mr. Mrs. J. tfcdaon
an Henry and
Hall Mavis Watts, Louise Doaring, i iI
John O
by Sallcy POll of the
Mia fti.th.-H nry, Arehrir Hilda, "
Mary DearlMf, Annette
American Legion and iti Legion I J I
Clarloa, Doris
Ads Harvey and
AuxlBary !CanH>betti Mary Jo done, Vlrgtntai
i Rachael Dodaan and Mr. )
: ant
Ulnii, i Hobson Wginto Walker Gene va
i p"rtll"l' found each oth- | J
ei b\ n1"tdOJIII\1 \h ,his of pipers ,''Viuin. Vw 8fcmy, Sue! Move Alfred Tomerlin and Alfred, Jr.. .'

(."we. d .' 'h Chi ". --.. characters Jane rooh* and Martha Lou Sand- Helen Tomerlin '" .,y 0'

A IiI l n, Iii i itko\ dinner cooked\ 'idaaje.MR i 1'M' "-"" .' THE DIXIE DRUG .

"" tl" kit" I OJ ..f t'b| ,' legion Dolt 1 J Ji *. laWLiS The Calendar

"v h I .tic IIt'Id i 1 1Ki b} PARTY rOR JUNIOR BOYS .?. .. .. "

:i 1 :,:" ::' 'I'l,':' :hit; Mr*. Frank Irwin gave :i Christmas I I: Dec Junior Club party at 1 1'I
"' n ; n' In''''II.1 LI '' wishes one and all
party for the junior of'
boys ; Country Club .. ,
: W fr ; 1
( in E! Hhenn.
mrt'I lie Baptist Sunday ehool at her
n. tit light..d Tirinl, home Saturday afternoon Gifts 'I, Dec 27 Woman's Club df the I a very happy and prosperous
I in/, The ,.It rn kept| theirs, l but most were exchanged and games were I it 8 p m. ,
enjoyed NEW YEAR
of lh after i' : Dec. 29--Suired I
i Liown-tips" opening Candy, nuts hot chocolate and II Heart Clirisf
theirs and having fun with thorn, : cockles were served mitree for Sunday school from
wrapped them up again and put I, 3 to 5 o'clock.
Present were. Jack Ruckar, Ar.I I
(hem' hark under the Chilatma| hold Mellwaln. Eugene Lott, AlIfred Dec. W-.Joint Installation of

tree fop shipment to the American | Saunders, Edward Morris I Homestead and Nuranja O. EX! S. lflay-You All Ride a Real
> Legion home for crippled children. '
j I Gene JeAlgtin, Howard Kirby, officers at Naranja.

HOUt rill mm li" k Jf5. David and JaIAFutter' "k i Dee Jlreitie. Club tleettaft'" "GRAVY TRAIN' ,
-,Yy0RN JUNIOR OMAN'S f'UTJ FOR "!' 8 Dyyiiirn\ CJ3o'Johns i of officer at Oeo Turn.or.yrt.,, ,. .... ',r> ".' "' [.
err L'!
Jy Blarney Lott home. h
Open house was neld at theliumeiteid 0ur ArdentHope ,
: Lola Vickers and Lysine Irwin. ..
Country Club Christ Jan 8-Meeting of Homaatead

Mae meaning from 8 to U for I MRS. M. &. EASQN' GIVES Business end. Profasaional Woman'
member, of the Junior Woman*I1 I I FAMILY DINNER PARTY *' club.'

Club of Homeattud and their 1 I| A family dinner party was held Jan. 3-Meeting of Women's

fi lends at the home of Mr*. M. S. Eason In Auxiliary of Episcopal ehunband
,\ MIA Pearl Wbitafctr Maa| Princeton on Christmas Day when cofiared dish luncheon tit home of s .
., t i t" Branch nnd Mn Wm. M, Johwere .I son and daughters and their wives j I Mrs. H U Cook at i p. m.Jan. .
the committee .in charge o and husband and children were e- of W. M, tf '"y
,iiTarigemtntsMR present Coven were laid for Mr 'I'Circle One MgrJJjf.. $ Rol .R--: The; Dixie 'Drii&:
--- nnd Mrs W. H.
Tort of
} AND MRS Miami and Jan. B-Jolnt bWtaflatlon of 'Vv.
t BA&HORFNTERTAIN VISITORS their children Mr. and Mrs M. D 0, W.and Woodmen Circle of- ** '* *
FOR Your Rexall Store
!'Smith t .
and daughter Mill Melba flcen in I. O. 0..1' hall. ,
\ I" i MrInri Mrs D. E. Boshoi' on- I I Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Watkins
ti rt.liner) Wednesday for Mrs.liashoi 1 Mr. and Mrs. M D. Bason and two Jan. *-Gardon\ Club meeting

"I r "'c brother Arid I" r"-Iaw, children Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cs1 at horn of Mn M. P. Kenney

t Mi and Mrs (' A. Ray, and Mr*. 1 son and baby. Mr. and Mrs Elmer Jan 21-Meeting of Woman's
f t lla'hor' mother Mr. I Club of the I
I A. Hani i Sullivan and Misty Louise Eaton Rtdlands_ _In clubhoUSe
iwton. all of Aromoa, Mis*.. who I II I -----. .
I "H gueitv at the Basher hOl '
.i tins week lfl lflt' : iti

Other present were: Dr. CARE
( I Mr. J. A. Smith. Mr. and Mn. WINTER RATES
t G. a ,' :
Hall, Mr and Male A. W : :
,! and Beauty 1' ,,
; HutafclNftft Mir and Aft frank ; 1&e] -

; t Shepherd ofWoodbury, Conn.. and True beauty demand ; NOW IN EFFECT
5 Mn. Ada Smith
About the beat of care at all
twenty-five were. prest tlmei. Whether goddessWave
t t ent at a mitrthmoUow you For vacaiwns health training of foauatat reudatc will lad
roast JOY ,
given wish
a wave, facial
I 4
by Marl Basking for Mr and 'l' '! die Phpial Cutouts Hotel mute than .. .tactolJ-1l delightful autcbwouni
Rayi three children, Allot Pearl M1'I. : the a manicure other essential or any aid ti! :01.. __ 6, ;. auaoiplwn U trashiness and good fello* hip.

C A., Jr.. and WUmer earlier in I to beauty you'll find ,Tkl"f--*the "t moui Wine Thousands of belch archers bare found the magic key at bit Inirt-
I the tenon where atfunl methodj, M developed
'j evening.DINNER ." bj Bemiur MdadJm.
the killed operator at Indnufk 4gur.-ii a goddm
.J _._ an ndiuiTdr Md. No ncdionM or OMntioo*. Aoulta
: Pat a Beauty Parlor who aitun you el pen'eb. sawed tbragh moderate =aa, dirt; elunlmtivt ,
: premua luo. I
I ready to serve you wttaatu aemianiBt '. ,i, seas team and elflttric baths, muu e and nunipulMlve __
MR. AND MRS. 11ARTSOCK quickly! at any time. ; ur d,__ sod i Alt coder the nipemtlaa of teal ed bnltk expmi.
I: I Mr. and Mrs. t H. Webster WIre .owls to the ktyle you .vuaJHr

hosts at a Christmas dinner givenin ('req........ Spiral and picture appear oo every( a r...... ., ....... ......2.....
'i honor of Mra Webster's par Combination Mouke Eogtae Sachet-ibc ::.. =- t..asseA.e.&rt.ee
dr"'earl I
enU, Mr. and Mra E. A. Hart- PERMANENT WAVES trod we use, tot your ;
lOCk of Atlanta, who tioai...ulibnloPboee or'call tw sec sa w $.
are visiting etaeith car..t vaa.tt..., I I:;;
Prices $5, $6 $7 for M appointawM-for -.04 c-I_ Mat ,.
you prmana ave ot.l\ /:. yaMSt
RMJlNENT" PAT'SBEAUTV I log vcUaeiU a" ........ wake taw ,

Bush's Barber Shop =---..: :
; Croquifnole or Spiral Phone 539-R Horn JRdf. Mia IJUto Brew*. Operate, A latter few fee will braw ee.piae. WennMJni and Book .f I
; Visa-a* .......... Find out wlM we isms to slot and aW wa*
$5.00a$7.00 1 10 annctioM .. aaaaactlen with a bank seams, vacatioi w longer TiuC

"d viola nM are low-00 .... ..
i ---- fttimtj oat .1 lmo< r .qieMl..
:NEWEST METHODS OP HAIR r warms at home and a food (MM evatjr minute, CongenutrwaduiA ass.
f AND EYELASH TLYITNO Annie ntotwnmmti, ncfdw, *. MiciotUcd food
? Mayhew Fitzpatrick warm puma tearful ileqpt You will Wee"Q.toM.KaU .

,; i Finger, W.w.-I'.... : .sees fUo tot aa cuif tit! toPHYSKAL

y ar..IIIIfriq-.M.. 1- Graduate Oberlin Conservatory and Royal

; by MBerfeMedJ operates.s I CuLTime HOTEL' : ;, INC.

i Team, SUM t.....ass Conservatory of Leipzig .
DuurlHe New York
Mae Morrisbeauty THEORY
; I It...... tAle ..aw wl *...(.. ....../. MaalsS Ji.Yae..
ShoppcrWwt : J j
Rediand Road, Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1422 Writ T_*.

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Friday, December 27, 1935. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE_ Page Seven

"tt illl ''IIIIIIIIIIIIUmallllllllaluulllllH2O by r. A. Green and wile, the latter! .... "-'" .

.... bring Mr. Boggard's ..*.,n I I SERMON TOPICSnasf

This i* ll(y. Howard1 fifth winterhere ..... -

1'1.- \ Years Ago! Florida. "City celebrate Its first. I I. BAPTIST nirRCH: CLASSIFIED ADSRATE I

III Dee.: t*-Mornlni eernMM MI i
n. birthday today (Tuesday the 28th) 'Hale Ins Between Tw OpJn- : Fin Insertion 10* a ttw; subsequent insertion

n- .: '.}IIIIIIUlflnlUlllllllltllllllllUlIIlII/IIiIll!!! / being ago Incorporated. just one year Ism* Evening: student risky 40 a line

'C- 1 The tsl.das IM. m tokmfiM ..e.ass. program directed by Mia
I 4: MM t4 UwW P..rt..4u Katharine Harper I' Tom
FOR SALE Baron :
In B>_rtot MtMHMt _.. Is Kit. F.s.C.W. Ranks Third Dee. 3*-$s red concert by I While Leghorn laying!
r W0 arts Florida --- sealer seals .
quartet f Moody
Int 't In Women's Colleges TOMATO LAND la East Glade torrent young heM from auper-1a'lnl
! Bible Institute *f Chicago at eentest. Flock of three hundred
I See R. S. Crw on Infra-
f Pee tl 1915 TI" ham Hwy at Blake's Filling Sta. Will sell whole or In pert. Owner -
....,*")4r. and Mrs. Elmer intuit: were T lahasee, Dec 28 Florida Dee. 11-Annual ehnvh flan (d27-J31)) leaving for winter Mr F
State College for Women here
Wednesday visitor to Miami. upper and basinets medlaral Lardon, Richard road between
: '"William Jennings Bryan, the ranks third In enrollment among I f M followed by ......ra... FOR RENT-Furnished houae. AUconvenience Biscayne and WsMIn drive. Red-
the women' college In the United
'. famous orator and statesman, was I three block business land. (pd27-t3i\
lLh Ain Homestead Sunday en route to State, according to college enrollment I CHRISTIAN SCIENCE I center. Apply Dixie Drug.
Royal Faun Hammock. He stopped statistics for the current! CHURCH I Instruction Female

ta- ..tift and had a friendly chat with I year just released by Dr. RaymondWalters | Dee. 19 .....II-aenao. I Itoplct FOR RENT Vpstalr* apartmentwith

iTf': .T. J. Power and many of the, president of the University I "ChrUllaa Selenee." | bath and privilege of ga- WE WILL SELECT several :youim
embraced the of Qn<:llIIUItl. This year'a en- ladle from Homestead vUHnnv
townspeople opportunity rage. Mr*. 11 S. fitch, King
r.a a of shaking hand with the'i I Wlment of full time students at : Will HOLD WATCH SERVICE I II Highway, East with knowledge of shorthand

former secretary of state. Mr.>, Florida State Qollega) for Women I Everyone it invited to a watch and typing, to train tnunedlatrly
Bryan has a handsome winter real-1 it. *' 1.G35. service which will be held in the FOR RENT: -Florida City furnished for Secretarial: position WIMCSchoeck I
I' dence at Coconut Grove." || The ten largest women'i collegesin I' Homestead Methodist Church on house with fireplace. Inquire Secretarial TratnUi.

-'The following turned pupil ot the country a* given by Dr I New Year' Eve. The program Leader-Enterprise Box 928 Homestead. (pdUIIISCELLANlmUS'-m

I Redland schools did not miss a day Walter follow: Hunter, 6,720;; which wilt consist of musical numbers i f

during the school month ending 1 Smith, 2,012; Florida State Collegefor will be conducted by thej I I FOR SALE .
\ it December 10th: George Market, Women, 1,835; Woman's College young people of the church. It I
of the University of North '; FOR SALE-Fat, *, PIANO TUNING and repair)i> .
I il Carl Schumacher, Thomas Them,I will begin at 11 o'clock. young turkey !,
+ John a Heuer, Linnet VanWinkle,! Carolina, 1,505; Simmons 1,408; I lie: lb. C. S. Allen, HalnHn Good used piano for tale che. P

: Irving E Reed, Alma Schumacher, Wellesley, 1,43; Wlntbrop, 1,295; I drive between Krome and,Red-I W. E.: Koon, 111 N. W. 3rd M

:' .', Martha Lee, Hattie M. Overall I Georgia State College for Women land road (pd20)

\ Viola McCollough, Eulee Campbell 1,235; Vassar, 1,219; and ML, WANTED _
Venice Hatfield, Eleanor Bauer, Holyoke, 983. j I 1/ 3 I MANURE for sale. Alpine Grove WANTED-Fumiihed sparUni 'I

WiUner McCollough, Bessie Camp- I __ I Dairy. (d20-27) 1
I near center of town. Will rent ''I

-r.,IAnnette bell, Alice S. Linder Malin,,Principal.Myoma :"Kahl, : Record Made in Payment i i i WOMAN'S BICYCLE splendid yearly' basts. Apply Ltadei-'i-

$ I j ._ "Th Dade Quarry Co., i* now Of Claims, Says E. Sias! I condition, $11 Mrs. Frank ttrprlse.

working full force and several car I Hausman. Phone*,20, HAGS WANTED-The Leade'\ -

loads of rock have been shipped ;; Enterprise will swap claaallirdadvertl.ln
The American Fire and Cat
FOR SALE!:-Fresh eggs No Sunday -
'Ij' cut" '* I I I ualty Company, a strictly Florida I : sales. Mr*. Frank Irwin, or subscriptions for
concern whose home office is In II wiping rag 7c a pound allowed
408 N. E. 1st Ave. (dfl-20) I
'lr; DOC. it, 1915 I Orlando came through first In for clean rags, white or color

1..iP"T.! G. Whitehead got a fine I paying off all claims after the' A Big New I TOMATO PLANTS-C. F. Talbot eeL Knit underwear preferred.

Christmas present on Christmas storm which inflicted such heavy( Sliver Palm and Richard Roads. I REAL ESTATE
\' eve-a boy." property loss in the Fort LaudI I Banner Year II (n28tf

-"R. E. Caves bad a family reunion I erdale and Miami areas on Nov. 4, HOUSE and lot In Nar>n.

I,. on Christmas day when 47 laid Edgar Sias, Jr., local representative I SETS Of I baby lara of tropical ja. P. O. Box 2620, Miami r...
r gathered around the table to parj I j I of the company.It I NO doubt about it, 1936 Jollies, assorted celophsne wrapped (dd-20)

s ,4 take of the good cheer. By a singular will be remembered that the I' is going to be really I packed in carton ready for
coincidence Henry GofTman, I i i storm truck at noon, he aid, and{ big, new banner With I maUIng $.1. Mailing charge 29& DIG VALUE: -- 8-room how
the following day found American| yqar. I Mrs Bertha Edwards, Rcdland Furnished. AllIt, ImproM
who also had a family reunion on I 1,
':; the same day had exactly the Fire and Casualty adjusters spread j all statistic that you can I road between Plummer and Coconut mends The word BARGAIN I""

;I same number (47) at the feast" over the entire stricken area. ,] put end to end, you'll know Palm drive. (nljtf) been greatly overworked, nut
i Claims were made and checked,:' I do not hesitate to say that this
: -"Anton Waldln has received returns 1 that things are looking up. !
from a ingle shipment of I': and draft were issue to every LEGAL NOTICES property I Ia a Big Bargain. Price
.! bean ot over 200 hamper which: policyholder who suffered lot by:' Happiness to an.I I including furniture! ", b A linen_
sours or crrr
coM for $5 per hamper gross Friday noon, Nov. 22. Only well' i Nab to km*? tin that a anal) and table linen 4Tahcsc
.' -"I. A. Preacher has been shipping 1 organized and efficient insurancecompanies HomesteadFurniture riMttM I* (Ml for UM Hy fII HMIUMMJ, $2,200 reduced from U.5tJ
KtorW. will k> WM end OOTdiMM M tnOmtMll
furniture and of it
beans for quite a while and ,| are equipped to render jI j I I ChuolMf. at MM City M UM Ulkinj Fine plenty
I" baa had no return of lea than'I such service in time of emlrene"I' at tummrr. 1118 sold,15 far UM"C WKM d H. A. Cameron. (dllti I
Co N.rllne Horse sic d'end
aid Mr. Sias.WANT.
Ij; 'l.ro8II. 1 for uM CH REAL ESTATE--Thos whoa t
I Th poll, will k* apa.l at UM MUMSrk
-"W. H. Hogard of Lake City iWr. 4.ltMtW .t S .' terk a. m, to buy or sell Redland Dist, < t ,
f Xu., arrived in Homestead on ADS PAY .. the imt of Mid. hmkm and wU ... real estate will find up-to-o. ;
I. \ area until .,. .... of Mek laykB. .
Tuesday of lust week, accompanied P Bnak... MattU. r. BnI''." sad listings In our office Many if
For the Best In Howard. Lash will Bet : IWPMIMV mm4B I these listings are still at .. 0-
1> I W. Cn will Ml Uteri .lertkn.. normal prices. W. shall app i -
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f. t < '. OPTOMETRYDIINEUENSCHWANDER Wilma .., kwxl. this SU tl at D. either inquiries or
elate your
r ....,.
; ; 1SUrRMTOM 1!. BIRO M. r.DM. I your listings all of which v I I '
Wishing you a DR. 0. GONZALEZ I ( II. M, STj Imo. 111I have our belt attratlon. ..oII

i US Venetian' Arcade Miami I' ANNUAL RTOrKHOLDERS'' the time to buy B. w. MOt s,
happy MUTING I now associated with H. A. Cam-
To the stockholders of the Homestead eron, N. W. lit St., In Clli:, is
1 Building 4c Loan Association Bank Dldl Phone 7t.
l' : and ;
prosperous 1
: Pleas* take notice that the annual .. ACREAGES AND GROVESI
DR.B.E.GATLINDentist meeting of the stockholder specialise fat Redland properuet.

'' -' y. t new year of the Homestead Building it Loan Send! me your listing of propertyfor
'i Association will be held at the office -
of the Association In the City sal*
i i ,of Homestead Dude County, FlorIda CHARLES 1. BROOKS
I on Tuesday, the 14th day ef 110 N. E. First St., Miami
ft GEORGE MURRAY haa Jolt what yea want In a used (rkp. Office in Hausman Bid?. January, 193d, at 8 o'clock p. m.
lt Ask George about That nice, clean 1913 Chevrolet for the purpose of electing 'directors I' SITUATION WANTED
iek-... Yea don't find t nice, clear Job like this every and for the transaction el MIDDLE-AGED lady desires P -
day. No air Phone 85 such other business as may properly ition a* practical nurse or ho It' -
i come before the meeting. for refined couple '''It
i!> By order of the Board of Director keeper
HOMESTEAD FLORIDA *. I or write to Mr. Marta 'uOoulotte. '

1928 Ford tudor-a cheap knock-about car t CHAS. O TURNER, RFD No. 1, Box 300
I 1 Secy and Treat I I, (eI: toI

1928 Ford Sport Coupe-priced cheap Dated Dec. 20. 1935. :|

I.. UM ClmM C..... KkwiUl MM';
t 1932 Ford tudor-nice clean job DR. M. BERGER (....." to ... e.. D.... C..w, '
t i* n-M>rr. N* inn.HEI .
1930 Ford tudor-good transportation I .KM LKNNKHN HANHt. Plaintiff' ,
I Dentist i.. ARTHUR HOWLAMD HANKl lie '
j I
I 1928 Ford S W base truck, cab and bodyJustwhat I 1..41.abtVOaCIR
II oranriiw ki> iirbtovK. tnmidMl W
36 N. Krome Avenue
I AM Mil tIM M UM .W t goad MIM that
i y.u.need for the glade Arthur _.... Basal UMDxiMMMtY ,
Upstairs i th.r.a a..d ts a w-r./d.aa III t0.
1931 Ford ,coupes-good condition nice looking I Main at WWI". "ad II. of Mew
:: ,
rk. NOW Twit that.MM MMM4 I Office Hours S: O-1:30 I lift rwMMitv to mkiww t* UM rtoHrtlff: II
1931 Chevrolet long truck-cab and stake body I Mot a .........'1' me Ores Ie seer tale.Ile .
I orEN EVENINGS Iota manias..e ......- 1a mere
..: ,1933 Chevrolet: sedan---new paint/ motor I I' 01 UM Mate .,..". ... Mnr Tea ('.\tar OJ
overhauled BlDR.R.S.AKEKS APi'OiNTl1BIJTI Ikn a (unto Mm MirUratat IOTWHM,
I al UM *. n4.":H ol rltlMt ,t mm to M>
,. .j sea, i4 Mw throe to x Pon..I
It s < t I I* UM SUM '"f norhto. UM Mnto. da
I __ I Ikta4 r8
\ M ClMiiMn MM wkom VMM
t 1934 Chevrolet trunk sedan-A-l condition Mil IMMfeM mut UMt |.M to *nr I
I loa wed t.+ety.-s rme

1928 Chevrolet coupe-priced right i 1 .rr U .:. Tacair.. 1W.Re"'onoxaan be o" ":e.;I. 4 4h

1926 Graham truck- DENTIST Ja.e.rr alt. dw 1IuIa.... of Jsegan tots dads
at meld Nil wtiibe ,
: (M0 Il..r.s. u is,' es t* t a, la.iluadatato12 1t takes-ss r.at..,1 6. meld Ltem ad.O h V'T"p'fl /

i I. f.nh:a wd.w4 net Woof he Pea.
Bird Chevrolet Co. i/.h.d .a.. a w..e far test .-.eves s
Closed 8a ntaya & hn tie Iw.drwm.aereM., MWwUWM4
1= | 1I MM Commit J sake,

Wj K, 1BWO Fre*. F. T. &fJ"BU.'ice-....*. f.: L Bite, left 'Free Parking Space tepees Tks DM.. 4.KMMAM, Clerk .( ....
Cheats Coen.by .
Phone 98 Homestead, Fla M44 N. ,... Inn 8T. MUJJIriioxi 'I P. J. tl.a.td. o..p Fran.KLAKLLY .
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Afternoon for Benitez Bethea. Mlrtl1ll1 fell. She combine the personality for the holidays ,/:
:: I I of the "ideal cod". beauty, ana of the
The them will i *
BE AT MERCY OF program
I'\lnenll11rY1ce1 for Rnwst BeailME ..., and an inteiletit tar above Students e
f3. who died Monday at the Mites Lola Roberta Wins ] ave,.., She la a popular be Bapttet.' Sharing
PIRATES FEB. 10 home of bit parent, Mr. and Mrs New Honor at Centenary .* to Alpha XI Delta, social Chdnt Harper, announces who is Mix Katherine :the-
R. M. Benito on S. W. Sixth avenue I. and of the Tennis club arranging
i will be held at 2 p. m. today Shreveport, La. Dec. t(-Mis I dub, mid the Y.W.C,A.8TVDENT program. '
at Turner Funeral Home with the Lola, Roberts of Uotnettead. Fta, Talks will be made by Allen j.;
: and Be
Governor Mayor to American teflon In charge and I who bas won lor herself any number NIGHT FBOGRAM Welt, Mia Julia Sullivan Mr \
Among First Gaspa- the Rev C N. Walker ttidatnl at distinction on Centenary Alt Vaiui and Miss Harper. Miss "
rilla Victims Burial will take place in Palm I College campus wa one c* the A Student Night program will Louie Long Fitzpatrick will play
Cemetery at NII.1'IIIJa.InIHt twelve treahnuui student Initiated be presented in he First Baptist a piano solo *
: Benitez was born in Key in Alpha Signs Pi,honorary achol- ...
Dec. U :
Tampa -
West. After his discharge from
Mtic society Tuesday night of kurt
I r ,invaded by pirate twenty-. the anl\1at Camp Wheeler In ItlS week.Miss.
} ,1,. seven times In a* many ,.a""j' tie Joined his father and brotherIn Robert who cam to Centenary -
',.r face another corsair raid on a small cigaT-maktng bualncss.From on a scholarship received ;
day, February 10 at Ugh West the family moved
Key I
from Redland High School placed
,'i 1 front
,. cording I to bravura message to Tampa and thence, about 13 third in rank to every freshman
tilt Caribbean lair of the chivalric yean ago, to Homestead I
R buccaneer Joa Oaaparilla Survivor see the parent and '' .
NOW in possession of I new sister, Mr*. Aubrey Moore of Ne
', three masted piratical galleon, the Homestead and a brother, George :
Oasparilla freebooter, more thant Benites' of Jacksonville, who ar- 'g
300 in number. plan the most pretentious rived here Dee 24 In response to'
entry up old Tainpa Bay a telegram from his father.
and the Hllbborough' river that Pan bearer will be legionnaires:
swashbuckling rover have ever Frank Rue Wm. J Oronlmo, W
t conceived. R. Rheney, Gordon Ivey, Harold HENS LAY BETTER ONFULOPEP
Though armed to the teeth with Sheffield and Ben Archer.
f cutlass and cannon, the Invaders I ,
anticipate little or no resistance .
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warning that any Interference It supplies your laying hens with
1 will be met with stern measure the exact nutritious element' Irfsh cobbler
Jlmmle McLendon of Homesteadand POTATOESSUGAR 22c '.
Intending to capitulate without
,, they need to produce more and,
a struggle, Tampa citizen have Teenie Torbert of Goulds won .' r
the bicycles offered a* first prizes better eggs Kith Maud *hell -
launched plans for a gala recep.
tion for the. invaders, beginning in the Dixie Drug boys' and girls' the kind that tiring better price*.' 5 Iks. ''' 29cSweet
with a parade of floats, bands popularity contest which closed at FUUJ.PEP Egg :Mash keep
and uniformed marcher that will 10 o'clockChristmas' morning nptxxlrweigbUnd health inheavrlayer 5 .s lb. W1
f be mile kmg Tampa'mayor and Scudger Aspley won a train andLouise
Governor Dave Sholtx will be Dearlng, a life-size doll as while they are producing Potatoes --13 Snowdrift 53cR
R among th* first captives to be taken second prizes. the eggs that are an important IbS'1
and in front of the grandstand Other price winners, in order part of the farm income. land Peanut Z lb. jar
1 at 'the Florida State Fair King were: boys--Billy Hutchinson,
t Oaipttrilla will demand unconditional Charles Bemecker, Gene Reynolds, Hector Co. Orangess 15 Butter 3S c
t surrender and the key to Bobby Brandenburg, Donald Neel- Supply
1 the city I y, Jackie Jennes and Wilbur COFFEE Chase & BanbornIb.
The annual piratical Invasion at Caves, girl*-Silvia Barnes Vir- Homestead, Fla.I 27cArmours
the state fair mark the climax of I giala Walker Connie Campbell.
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