The leader-enterprise
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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: October 30, 1936
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: UF00087294:00096
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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at this, Mr. Tomato Grower before you

cast your vote Tuesday
SHOWS WORK In the crop season of 1932-53, when we had the

'Republican-granted tariff against Cuba6,201 car-

loads of tomatoes shipped from Florida by rail

DONEBYC.OFC and$2.02 boat a lug.brought an approximate average price of I HERE TOMORROW NIGHT 7:30: il I:

In, 1933-34; -after the trade ..agreement with -
Summary 6f Things Accomplished Cuba went into effect- Florida tomato shippers ELECTION HERE Pruitt and Williams' Are I
Termed Slated Also; Hawthorne 1'
price of $2.18 lug
got an approximate average a

Surprising- I IIt. for 7.561 carloads AN ACTUAL INCREASEOF WILL BE IN NEW May Come


Chamber Advised on How I' PREVIOUS SEASON. Band Music and Radio Ar.

to Proceed for Hear- In 1934-35, the second season under the Roosevelt Presidential Electors to tists at 7:30: Speak- I

"" jngx>h .Rateq! : administration and the "ruinous" Cuban Be Listed in Party ing at 8 Sharp

Officers et ;;Jidlan4.D1atrld trade treaty, prices went to $2.31 a lug, (approximate Groups ---- "
Dumber of Commere M chosen average) with shipments at 7475 carloads. James M. Carson of Miami, re I
by a board of of director,of *even The answer of course, is that Hoover gave us Homestead voting place is the cognised a* one of the South'smost
elected at the annual meeting general election Tuesday when brilliant lawyer and long i
with in markets
tariff buying our
a no power ;
Wednesday night art: Belt Archer I
votin will select officer of their'10wn1'IMnt a pillar ef the DainoereUo party
president, re-elected lot his second Roosevelt dynamited the'dams that had been stagnating -
from In Florida will head the speakertilist
term J. J. MeLendon tint vice- the waters of industry, commerce and finance president to constable !
president; Paul Reynolds, second will be in tie south store at the last big rally ot the present .
vice-president; Ch .. O. Turner, and gave us markets with buying power. of the newly constructed Fred- campaign South Dade, to t

secretary re-elected: Thomas K. I Charged with promoting the recovery of the rick building, adjoining the Mc- be held Saturday night In Legion +
Kirby, treasurer, re-elected. country as a whole, and no doubt with the thought Crory star on Krom avenue. Park Homestead With him on
The board of director 1* composed -
of O. B. Parker. W. P ('Continued on Page Four) There will be two ballot boxes the spankers' stand will be W. O.

Cash, Archer McLendon, Reynolds I I provided In accordance: with the (Bill) Pruitt and J. K. Wffltama. I
Turner and Kirby.In I I Kedland Has Halloween 1 33ENDORSEC.O.P. law requiring. ore ballot box for two more Miami attorneys who i i J 1
reviewing the work of the '' Carnival This Evening each thousand voter or fraction were candidate for state senator ,t
chsmber of year, the president laid that while I' TICKET AT nlEETINSCHOOL.HOUSE thereof In each precinct. Last In the June primary. I:
those entrusted with leadership final preparations for tile Red- June was the first time Home- Democratic headquarters said .

.. ef the organization realiaed the land school's Halloween carnival iteq itjiM.e ,yed.te.*...'!ballot yotentay, ""*,*'w.t *MpoaUUtx yt I
"\I*' *nany things that need doing andcould i win tMTHM to ijCwtAaThr; '". bone that Vernon Hawthorne fawner\
be don with more time and i o'clock this evening the affair will Dade County state attorney would :
effort at their disposal an examination i open with a chicken dinner served As far a* I* known polling places also apeak. )I
of the record showed,I In the school cafeteria. Group Headed by John In other precinct will be the same A feature attraction at the rally '
that the chamber had a surprising'I Each class has prepared a carnival Williams Telegraphs a* they were in the June pri- will be the presentation. of Miss I t e
list af accomplishments to its credit attraction and the Junior maries. The poll will open at I Edith "Topsy" Herlong, 22-.a,- ,I
Among other thing, he *ald.I class will present a play "When Landon a. m. and close at sundown. old Miami girl who a* the youngest I
it had done the following: the Worm Turns" which depicts. The names of the presidential delegate to the Democratic notional !
Revived the movement for water life a* It win be in 1065.'EXHIBITORS Thirty-three grower met In tile I nominees, Franklin Delaao Roosevelt convention In Philadelphia, [
control sponsored meeting with Homestead High School last I'rI-1 and Alfred M. Landon. will gave Miami and Dade County national I
grower Congressman Wilcox and day night and authorized a committee -' not appear on the ballot To vote publicity when she was invited i
j f WPA heads that mulled in the ARE I to telegraph Gov. AlfredM. for Roosevelt the Democratic to speak over country-wldn 1 1\
survey that i* now under way asa Landoa, Republican presidential nominee the voter must place his radio hook-up a* the "sweet I
r' necessary preliminary to an effective I candidate, that "at a representative X mark before the name of the heart of the Democratic convention :
blg-cale water control I URGED TO PLAN' meeting of the fruit and first seven presidential electorson ." \I
I, project ilmiliar in magnitude and | vegetable growers' of South Florida the ballot, who are: An entertainment program which ;
I federal method of financing to the NOW FOR FAIR ," the Republican ticket wa Fred Andrew will begin promptly at 7:30: wilt ,
Okeechobee flood control project.| !endorsed1. W. P. (Bill) Arnold Include a 13-pto band. Harry
Dedicated the Homestead municipal I Armstrong, for many years leaderof 1
t The full text the telgram, Erie B. Askew
airport with an aerial show I the L. O. Fields Minstrel Band
and races. Work on the airport' D. I. A to Hold Yearly 'committee which was signed composed by a of resolutions John O. Mrs. George M. Dorraan and said to be without question

I had been halted because of a fault I'R.Election of Directors |Williams, J. S. Eaton and Tom Wallace Keith: one of the greatest cornetMs In
In Ole title of the property Archer November 9 | Lindsay and addressed to Co*. Lloyd Z. MorganJ. the country, will play a cornet I
Mid but this error i* now being I solo. He I II now playing ki the
I Landon in of .
i I i care Republicanheadquarters J. Parrish Sr.
corrected with the expectation that federal symphony orchestra In
development of the flying field can Poultry raisers and rower grow-1 i follow at Chicago, was as, Toe for Landon the Republican Miami. Solos by radio artiste will .
'I, be reumed. I en in South Dade were urged at presidential nominee, the!I round out the musical part of the !
1'Conduded' a drive for 100 members the meeting of the Redland District,, "At representative meeting of .voter will place his X mark before rally. '
which went over the top with Improvement Association! Mbn- the fruit and vegetable growers of' the name of the last even The speaking will begin promptly !
a total of 101 paid up memberships |day night to start now South Florida called for the purpose presidential electors: at 8 o'clock. Field box seal
. -the biggest roll the organization to produce and develop their of seeking fair treatment Abraham I will be provided for an audienceof
has had since boom day I exhibits for the Dade County from unfair foreign competition Fred S. at least 500.
,1! Co-operated in the arrangement -I Tropical Fair which will b* held, It wa resolved and carried unanimously Emory AkermanO. Those who remember the
s j 1- and expenses for entertaining in Redland next February under, that the grower endorsethe H. Alexander: crackling wit and humor that
I tile Shawnee-Miasion Chapter the auspice of the improvement Republican ticket. This action J. Everett Allen wound Itself In and out of the Indisputable -
F. f. A. which visited the Home- I association.S. being predicated en the statement Herbert L. Anderson logic of Mr. Carson'
stead chapter during the ChrUtmM C. Means, agricultural Instructor -! made by Gov. Landon In his speeches when he was a candidatefor
holiday, and cooperatedagain at Miami Edison High, Minneapolis speech pledging protection Mary Duff Arnold governor In the Democratic !s
I i financing the return visIt I School and secretary of the Florida, to th* Florida farmers C C Aushermao primary of 1028 anticipate no J
I made by the Homestead boy Poultry Association the speaker: against unfair competition with bored moments during his addressat
t this summer, with the result that of the evening, who wa in .. ),.farmer of foreign countries.. the rally tomorrow night.
.' Homestead and the Redland District of the poultry exhibit at tit' fair I! L. L. Chandler Goulds, grower 130 Attend Halloween The rally will be brought to a
! received a ret amount of last winter and will have the same I. and packing house operator! Sleeting of Lions Club close In time for the audience to,
2 publicity in the newspapers and I Job next February urged prospective who said he was present only asa hear the sound wsgort MccpUon of
periodicals of the middle west and I exhibitors to "look i spectator rose to the defense el a radio speech to be broadcast by
other part of the country.: I around and see what breed your I,Congressman i. Mark Wilcox: after 1 On hundred and thirty member President Roosevelt at 9 SO.
Advocated project for library neighbor I* raising and then raise I Julian S. Eaton, attorney and bank i and guest were present at In the event of rain the rallywill
and civic center building and had somethlag different" In order to I president of Miami who owns I. the Halloween meeting of the Red- be transferred to the Neva
architect draw tentative plan for Increase the variety of exhibit and'I grove property the Redland District land District Lion Club In the King Cooper School auditorium
it. Saw that it was put on planning chance of winning prize said Wilcox had failed thegrowers Den on Silver Palm drive Tuesday -
board program with city of theM *. Fled V. Hushes, wb will i iI but pent his time work-I'' night Halloween decoration Halloween Jamboree
Homestead a* sponsor. I I be a Judge of the next fail's garden I I'ing for alr-parta and other .( prevailed! and Halloween Held Saturdayspook
Worked for post office buildingfor exhibits, said that planting tal project Mr. Chandler wb fun wa carried *o under th* direction To Be
Homestead with result that I should be started< now for flower I was and UH I* one of the leader of W. C. Talbott and K H.
Homestead has been put on eligiblelist to exhibit at the fair. In the fight for tariff, said that Mr.I GaHaher.Cha will prowl and ghost
department 'I W. Johnston of Wilcox bad fought should to win howl at the midnight Halloween
of cities and post office Win. president I *. A. Morehead. Miami attorney .
Inspector have been the Improvement Association, shoulder with the South Florida Jamboree at the Grove Theatre
j "How to
spoke on Stay
sent herb to check up on available-' gave a report on the first Dad tariff worker every step ot the Out of Court. In Coconut Grove Saturday
and! desirable .lie*. County Tropical Fair held last way and wa with Chandler when night, Oct. II.
Sent fruit and vegetable from I winter. He said that receipt: Secretary Hull had assured them Comic readings were given by Contest, prizes and favors arc'
RedUnd District to Major Bowes exceeded* expenditure by about that the Florida grower would be Mr* Clinton Pepper. promised The feature attractionwill
for Dade County amateur night $T75. but this did not representnet protected. j New member presented wereW. be "Back to Nature" with
with result that district received profit a* the county eontrtbut- John O. William presided at thedlr. H. Booth, the Rev C. O. .Nelson Dixie Dunbtt and. the "'.1_ I
(Continued: on mew TtveJ I I (Continue on; n g.r Fjv J ; and J. L. Yarborotifft. 1)1IJ.111." 1

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Page Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday October 30. 1936

Both Dr. Shanklin's tends the meetings of tile ministerial
WONT TWIDDLE i Wilcox Solely Responsible for Passage Lecturing Health association and will preachat

Of Park ActTo on the Silver( Palm Community
Everglades Enabling
THUMBS SAYS I Church at 7:80 Sunday night. On
"She Death Dinner" is the Thanksgiving he will deliver his
subject of a demonstrated health
Ruth Bryan Owen belongsthe la itself wail an accomplishmentfor lecture-sermon, "The History
I lecture to be given at 2:30 this
JIENRYBEHRENS Moaning and Spirit of Thanks-
to which Mr.
credit for Initiating a WU Wilcox should receive
afternoon Dr. Austtnn
by Irene
giving" at the Redland Community
National Park, full credit.
create Everglades
Shanklin at the Shanklin Groveat
but J. Mark Wilcox is the Florida "When the bill came before the ; Church at 10 a. m. .
Jf Sent to Tallahassee He. congressman who succeeded in House he had his forces so well Palm avenue and Redland road
a half-mile west of Florida City.
I organized that in of determined W. P. Cash to Be Amoco
Would Make Demo- hiving the enabling act passed spite She will prepare the dinner as she
crats Take Notice I after two preceding sessions of opposition on the part of a lectures. The fourth of a seriesof South Dade Distributor .'
congress had failed to pass limillar forceful combination of House lectures which she started .
Henry Behreni of bills. I members, their objections were Tue.day.he lecture this afternoon W. P. Cash of Princeton has accepted -* '
The following letter written by overruled and the park bill was appointment as distributor
(only Republican will be held as usual in the
Joint house of Prlnceton'l A. R. Livingston of Homestead, passed by an overwhelming vote. assembly room of the Harmony for American Oil Co. products in

'Dade County, speaking was received yesterday at Home- This accomplishment followed the Health Food Co. building on the South Dade.Effective .
publican rally In Legion Park stead Democratic headquarters: failure to pass slmillar Everglades Shanklin grove. Monday, the stations

Wednesday night denied that he To Committeemen and Others National Park enabling act billsin Her husband, Dr. Lloyd C.J owned by him will change over to
two preceding sessions of Con Amoco gas, oil and other products.
would have nothing to do but Interested: Shanklin, who has attracted natIonal -

twiddle his thumbs he ii elect- In view of the circular recently gress."The Everglades National Park attention as a health lecturer

ed. Democratic candidate for sent out by the Republican com, project Is one of the most Important with especial reference to the
the lame or almlllar teat said mittee to the effect that It was due before the state of Florida to- advantages of a fruit and vegetable HOMESTEAD HOMELAUNDRY

jhere Saturday nlhthat as a to Mrs. Owen's efforts and not to day. We have had and continueto diet, will open a series of
Republican member of the leg!.. the efforts of Mr. Wilcox that the have In Congressman Wilcox lectures Monday at 2:30: p. m.,
,lature Behreni would not be liven Everglades National Park enabling not only a staunch advocate of when his subject will be, "Your
), any places on committees andie act was passed I would like this but Health Is Your Wealth" His remaining -
great project a congressman
) would not be able to get anywhere to say that I have been In very whose record shows abilityto lectures for the week will 115 S. W. 2nd ST.
because of lack of prestige close touch with national park successfully handle Everglades be on Thursday and Friday at 8
with the party In power. matters for the past seven years. National Park legislation before p. m. Dr. Irene will lecture at MRS. ALICE KEITT. PROP.
"The only way they'll be able In addition to my own knowledgeof 2:30 on Wednesday and Friday.Dr. .
the House In Washington, and other
Ho shut me up I* to give me whatI these affairs I In of Cash and Prices
am receipt legislation to the advantage of Shanklin tells his audience Carry
( want, laid the local lawyer. a letter from Ernest F. Cot chairman those he represents." I wherever he goes that the best

Tom Swanson, Republican candidate of the Everglades National You have my permission to use. fruits and vegetables in the world MarUc Appliances :Thre.ghe t
for the office now held by Park Commission which I think this as you see fit I intended come from the Redlands In South
[jCongressmun Mark Wilcox was I Is In part Interest to you and to keeping entirely out fit this earn, Dada County, Florida because
unable to be present at the rally all friends of Mr. Wilcox. From paign but when 1 pee such a rank: here there Lan even climate, withno -
because of the death of his I
son, it
this letter I follows .
am quoting as misstatement of facts J.feet like sudden changes detrimental to
was said ao W. H. King : doing what I can to correct ,a the natural steady healthy Let Us
ed for him. He .UbaUtut-1 I I
"Congressman J. Mark WilcoxIn growth of both tree and fruit or
the Cuban
the '7Jrd Congress pad the wrong.Very sincerely yours., plant and vegetable.On RejuvenateYour
agreement and described the
".ufterln,. of the farmer" and I Everglades National Park enablingact A. R. LIVINGSTON."What Monday, Nov. 8, the mem-
bill notwithstanding well organized ben of the Redland District Min Car
the railroads a* a result of this I
treaHe laid repeal! of this opposition against It. It a pity your engagementwas isterial Association and their wives
agreement would be "lint on the was through the Influence of Mr. broken offl Couldn't you will be guests of the Shanklin Wood Work
Wilcox that this national park bill Food Co.
order of business after Swanson'i agree f"'We Grove and the Harmony
election. obtained a rule from the special agreed perfectly! but unfortunately at a specially! prepared luncheon. Body, Fender Repairs

King called Wilcox a rubberstamp rules committee of the house. This Sandy met a girl whose Dr. Shanklin, who among other Tops and Trimming
..-said all his sins were aim I I birthday fell on Christmas Day.- things, describes himself as an Interdenominational :
News He said Selected. evangelist, at- Seat Covers
of omission ai he never did any the Miami Dally
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thing but "ride on the coat tall Swanson was an actual, practical Painting
of Roosevelt". grower, while Wilcox was a
John S. G. Gallagher of Miami "bunch of hot air." ,

Republican state committeeman, W.. A. Murphy, postmaster of REDLAND CAFE Art's Paint Shop
said the three Democratic candidates Homestead during the last daysof
for the state house of representatives the Hoover administration presided MRS. A. NABORS, Prop.DINNER "
60S N. KROMB A".
had been nominated In :and Introduced the speak 50o PLATE LUNCH SJo i
the primary through the efforts of era.

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:i We are pleased to announce the arrival of I Il'

l' ,,, .' ., :Mr.! J. W. Weston, the official deputy Seed

: .* ; Commissioner of the State of North Dakota, .

.t" who has been assigned to the Homesteadarea

to conduct seed plot experiments this

: winter in behalf of the State of North Dak '

ota. While here, Mr. Weston will gladly coun-

sel any of our tenants desiring consultation ..

1 on crop problems, particularly those with

: which potato growers are concerned. 4 .

,' We Shall be Pleased to 'Show Our, Lands for Your Consideration : *. / -. .- ,':-'


I J4 SOUTH DADE FARMS, Inc. .,, ;: ,

> James Soltile, Jr., Field Manager d

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Friday October 30, 19BG THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Page Three '

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Blueprints for Col. Alva LeeBy IT, He believes In a protective tariff for fruits and vegetable route COURT i
and has constantly fought the Cuhsm trade agreement from Ma r. B. Greene, charged with
GEORGE L. SWAN I inception and will continue to fight until It amended to probelq drunk was sentenced to pay \
vide ample protection: to the FtorMa fruit and vegetable growers
You Mate In your article published in that scurrilous and unprincipled a ten dollar tine or spend ten daysAnd t
you would have us remove this man from office and give In jail by Acting Mayor Tom J. \
sheet that dares to attack a great lady underhandedly -
his position to a nonentity we never heard of before,-fat other Harris In municipal court MondayAll I
with conscious vicious Intention, that you read my article to words remove a seasoned officer and put In his place the most '
the only ethical newspaper published in Homestead You even veritable freshman. That, sir, is not the type of representation '
go so far at to say that you read It twice and still couldn't find or protection of us prefer. Mark Wilcox will be re-elected,
and will continuemost to fight for his district with all the brilliance You Want
the to other article. The educatedyou
answers your government and at his command and
energy when the new treaty Is written
my dear air, at a colt of some $100,000, (I believe that to the next August we will be represented by a man of great ability to Eat50c
approximate cost of putting a boy through the U. S. Naval Academy who stands high In the favor of the administration.And .

., ), but apparently it la atlll necessary to illustrate even the air, the ctr.rnrti of the national debt was Inherited
I simplest readable writing with a let of diagrams and blueprints by the present We do not laugh off UM
, In order to make you understand Read It once more, and perhaps amount added to It during the past four yean--it Is liquidating I
itself. very nicely We do abhor the fact that it has been necesour family able meals are "
you will find. In plain simple English the answers to your sary to spend such vast amounts because of the awful and chaotic I served with borne elks especially -
.:' questions financial mesa caused by the SIXTY-EIGHT BILLION DOLLAR
You stated also that candor compelled you to state that you INFLATION given us under the Republican administration which la mind.
doubted if I could start from scratch and attain modest success brought on the most awful depression In the history of the nation -
as an independent operator In the oil fields 'Sir Just what do Or did you in your financial security know that we had I Yea serve yourself from
' you know about starting from scratch? The U. S. government a depression heaped up platters ef meat and
.' : not only gave you the aforementioned education paying you an
You seem worried about possible let of vegetables,
Well variety
w excellent salary at the same time, but It has supported you handsomely a generous
me tell you what Alfred Landon, the man who was compelled I by I able
ever since After you found that you wanted the army cooked good old southern
his own state laws to balance his budget, and who managed to do
Instead of the for which were trained they gave you a
navy you Dessert and Iced tea or oofee
It with the help of fifty-eight million dollars sent to Kansas by
doubt) they
transfer After a few years service, (excellent, no
the Roosevelt has to what HE!: thinks
on ought
say extra.
cost nothing
life because
gave you a pension of close to $3,000 a year for you
to be the policy of government Interference In business On
been amply
had Incurred a disability In other words you have
July IT 1933, In to of the Interior he slid
boyhood. a telegram secretary :
supported by a beneficent government ever since your Chicken Dinner $1.00
'Federal control under present act Is our only hope and If we
Sir this writer had to start from scratch In early boyhood are to be protected it will be necessary for A DICTATOR .
:. which made It necessary to secure his education, or most of It, In exercise authority In the premises and fix allotment to states
the great school of hard knocks Along with a gnat many so pools within states also a storage withdrawal and imports alSEMINOLE HOTEL
other million Americans in the last years of the Republican bungling -
income whatsoever, This was in reference to the oil Industry
under Hoover, enjoyed no private
which Is probably the main reason why we feel so differentlyfrom In conclusion let me state that it Is my opinion that newspaper DINING ROOM
; you about the Democratic party's giving us a New Deal under controversies never get very far, and it is regrettable that you
1 had to reply to some of my light persiflage with sarcastic per
the principles for which the party has always stood. Perhaps .
*.... if you had been as worried and harraised during the preceding sonalities. It I have replied In the same type of language It is M... Quisle joiner Proprietor

,0'period you, too would have realized that only the greatest leadership because the example has been set by you. r
| could pull us out of the chaos which surrounded us Fortunately -
Franklin Roosevelt was elected in time to save us from f
I revolution. Fortunately, we, like yourself at all times now knows
where our next meal Is coming from-a vast change from the uncertainty
: of the Old Order of dog eat dog to which you would ,
: have us return. llw 1937
: Your gratitude to Roosevelt for preserving the true form of
;. American Independence and constitutional government lion a
par with your gratitude to J Mark Wilcox. You would supplant -
this statesman who has secured more for your district than
any other congressional representative in the history of Florida
with a man who openly endorses the greatest economic fallacy ever (u'HEVROLETD6 [ ] ?
used to delude the deserving old people for whom we are workIng .
hard to secure economically possible pensions. Mark Wilcoxsecured
more for this district In his first, term In Washingtonthan
most representatives have secured for their districts in a
lifetime. If he failed to get what he tried to In the Cuban treaty,

Canada he at the and same other time foreign secured nations concessions which in brought the treaties incalulable with (o'=&Ae Gvz.- Comp" T Lew

benefits to the citrus Industry We should find some means to
legislate against the ravages of Mother Mature-but not pass the
buck for a few winds and a tragic freeze to Congressman Wilcox.

1 I Space enables me etoto list only a Wto his accomplishments
But first I would call attention his' greatest fault He
Is too much of a statesman to be a good local politician. If he had
spent less time up there working his head off for all of us, and
more time down here telling us what great people we are, It would
probably have been unnecessary for him even to make a campaign
this time. Certainly we know that had he been willingto
stoop to hypocrisy he could have the endorsement upon which 0 I Iw. I
his otherwise blank opponent depends for the most support

Following are a few of the highlights of Mark Wilcox record:

I. He assisted. In drafting and passage of law creating Home ,
Owners' Loan Corporation which has saved 13,500 Florida homes,

2. Voted for and helped to pass the social security act,' providIng -
for old age pensions and for assistance to the crippled the
blind, the under-privileged children and widowed mothers i
3. Helped to pass law providing unemployment insurance

4. Voted for the establishment of the farm laws which reduced J
Interest rates on farm loans and saved thousands of Florida farms
j to their owners
5. Helped create labor relations board to insure fair practices
between employers and employees and has consistently support
ed every measure for the protection of labor.

6. Voted for establishment bank deposit Insurance law protecting ,
bank deposits and ending bank failures

j '7. Introduced and passed law creating Everglades National Park ,

8. Is author of "Wilcox Air Defense Act" to provide an adequate
system of defense for the nation.

e 9. Is author of municipal bankruptcy which saved the tax-
payers of Florida 1088500000.

10. Conducted congressional Investigation of bondholders committees -
1 and Introduced law to put them under federal regulation

II Secured federal appropriations for the ports of Fort Pierce,
Palm Beach, Port Everglades and Miami thus insuring develop-
.. ment of these ports and securing cheaper freight rates on farm
I produce from Florida to the eastern markets.

; 12 Secured federal buildings for Fort Pierce Palm Beach,
1 West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Miami Beach and has
secured approval for federal buildings for Vero Beach Lake
Worth Hollywood and Homestead to constructed. out of funds
I' t in early appropriations With an entirely new type of motor car bodynow

f 13. Assisted by Senator Fletcher, he secured cancellation of
local participation In cost of Lake Okeechobee flood '
control project available for the first time low-
... j saving $2,500.000,00 to the taxpayers of Martin, Palm on any
I Beach and Okeechobee counties.

I 14. He has secured the approval of RFC loans for refinancingof I priced car-combining new silence with new
f local drainage district bond issues which have saved the tax.
I i payers in the counties of this congressional district more than

4 $ .000,000. safety for your family.I. .
t 15 Voted for and supported the laws under which the CCC was ;
created-giving healthful and gainful employment to 1.800,000
young men
r It He has secured public works projects for every community
in his district These projects, too numerous to list here, con
sist of bridges, school storm refuges,
1 w auditoriums, w 1t'.u'tn 1dI'i. courses, flying
fields and other public improvements which have added millions &q
of dollars of permanent-value to this district and have afforled ... P
work to thousands of men who otherwise would have been
forced to accept charity or go hungry
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\ TBELEADER-ENTERFRISE] Roosevelt and Tariff -:
(Continued From Pace One)
r Published Friday at home- BT MR*. k I* MOW, UBIUJUAKUna I
.... Fla, fcy the Booth Dade in mind to do nothing that might aggravate the

Publishing Ce economic condition of a nearby republic from I T #t

.1 which the flame of revolt and radicalism *IT moss and fortunately for the world bet.)
BEN.ARCIIER.Editor might J..... 11'''''''', THnoIoI' 1-e w ML devoted himself to purely literary
spread, perhaps the President got a different picture ,.".....r, wider] II a. ..., a. au work and In 1719 "Robinson Cm- ;

Battered aa second class mil of the needs of the hour than was possible for a.t.Nartaa.a..lii$5.sitSp.m.Was soe" appeared. There t* the the f

matter March (, lilt at Us story of publisher turning It
post.Mice us to see at close range. It t longtime ago you read, '*
e at homestead Florida, under down time and again It was re-
The from the data "Roblnion eru.tory which .
Ike art *f March S. 117. Jected. What chagrin must have
of the Florida State Marketing Bureau-show that for*more been the thin delight two hundred successive yeanha been felt by these publishers when'S,'

t SUB. rtlCC. ItOI A YEAR the degree of buying power restored through the generations and U still one of the later yean brought the success 0(1
the novel and fame to bdth writeI't.nd
Roosevelt recovery program more than offset the most popular book in the English printer. It I I. probably the

Vote for the Amendment advantage of tariff enjoyed while Hoover waited language? Do you know that;'most familiar of any fictional title!
book by Daniel Defoe U said to be
f Unless the voters of Florida on for prosperity to turn the corner of its own free the lint great English novel He 1 The story I* based on the life ot'5 5i

Nov. 1 ratify the amendment to will and accord. Perhaps Roosevelt and his was a very prolific writer and i one Andrew Selkirk, master at-1 1a

P empower the state to make appropriations experts had it figured that way. much of what be wrote has been prlvatersman, who was put i 0
"Robinson Cm- his boat after a quarrel with his)
for its needy aged pushed aside, but
/ its blind and Its dependent children When the Republican spell binders speak to _" seems destined to life forever. captain. Left on the Island 0

Florida CAN NOT participateIn farmers in this section, they find fertile ground to Every library, public or private, the west coast of South Amerk

l' the public assistance titles of the I sow their seeds of discontent because they are talk boast one or more copies of this about 1703 where he lived sometime
national security act book and all the children love the In solitude, until rescued by
to and who have had
ing men women no on simplified Illustrated editions a passing ship.
t The amendment reads: their crops for nearly two years owing to the big which have been printed for themyear
Daniel Defoe wrote steadily, almost
; The respective counties at drown-out last season. The 1934-35 when after year. Defoe't "A
the state shall provide In the to the day of big death, ;II
i' prescribed by law, for manner those new car after new car made its appearance on the Journal of the Plague Year"enthusiastic and tion biography, work of economlc -
"Moll Flanders" still have -
ot the Inhabitants who by reason streets of Homestead is in the dim past, and we reader Defoe was born and occult subject Ma

f t of may age have, infirmity claim or the misfortune aid and are prone to believe that all our troubles were around I860, the exact date ia unkinown of anonymously.his writing Not were all published the good i!
sympathy of society; Provided, brought about by the lack of tariff. the son fame of a Foe.butcher Daniel whose books of adventure are written by/

!. however the legislature may by We all want tariff-and we are going to get name added the was prefix De after reaching modern author The English p\
\ general law provide fur uniform people soy it require about three:
it. We firmly believe that President Roosevelt / His career aa an author
hundred to make
statewide year a lawn..
t 1 *, and appropriate systems money such there.benefit has merely postponed the time for granting our ap- began when he was about twentytwo and it might easily' take then
t for; but no such general law shall peal. In the mean time, let us realize that we, of a years pamphlet old with in which publication he criticized same length of time to prove the

t" provide benefits to any person who along with the whole country have fared better the clergy. A later pamphlet worth of a novel It is easy to'see
shall not have If that be true, that "Robinson ICrusoe"
t been a resident oft In 1702 led him
from Franklin D. Roosevelt's administration than published
the State of Florida for must be a pretty worthy
a period of
five years continuously next preceding we did under Hoover or than we would under Lan- : to the pillory and Imprisonment the novel. Maybe you would appreciate :
This drastic punishment was
his application therefor, nor don, the puppet of entrenched finance. I inspiration for hit "Hymn to the the story more today than
shall such general law provide for Pillory" which he wrote lit prison. you did when you read it so many!
yean ago. Come to the library
benefit to any person solely on CONSISTENCY WHERE ART THOU It took several stormy years and ]
count of and borrow ,
age who has not attained one or two more terms of Imprisonment really grown-up-fi

Provided the age of duty-five years; Believe it or not, the same local theatre sheet to disillusion him as to the riper-year edition of this lint'
further that where by desirability of a political career great English novel.Storekeeper .
that Mrs. Roosevelt "down the
recently coun
any law of the United States, a gave "
; leaser or different period of residence try" for allegedly advising girls who are going to I

age or citizenship shall be drink to learn how much they can take, carried the Masons Out to Get I InjuredIn
fixed la order for the
., : Florida to participate In any federal of following in an editorial printed in double-column Scalps of I. O. O. F. Crash on HighwayL I
I j grants that might be made for 12-point type on the front page of its issue of August NightMonday J. Leggett, Could storekeeper

such purposes, the legislature may 14, 1936: On Monday lost part of a finger and suffered ...
prescribe such ,
I citizenship, age requirements and residence as M to "It Is too bad that moderate persons who takea two broke ribs-in an automobile "1

j wilt be consistent with and not In sociable drink now and then must suffer. for the night the Mason will 'highway collision near Ponce on de the Leon lederal1"'
conflict with such lOderellaw." attempt to turn the table on the High y
iota School Thursday forenoon of last I"
Odd Fellow diamond ball team
: t If that is not condoning and even. ,approving week. Miss Pauline Leggett, big :
; Early (n 1924 the Congress of which defeated then hi the first *
l' the United States eubmltted thee "moderate drinking," what Ta it? game of the civic club Beacon, 40- daughter, who wa driving, received -
a cut on the right leg,and
proposed child labor amendmentto Oh yes, lest you forget: as an alternative ;to 1T. ,The Rotary Club will play Mia Sula Ogden who wa thrown'',,'.
Tavern Tavenler
Store of in
the states. It take thirtysixstates doing away with liquor, this editorial brilliantly nightcap. a from the back scat to the floor"under '
} to ratify this amendment, J
and about a doacn more state must suggested killing all of the drunken .drivers; Thursday the Rote will play above the the dash beard was cut *
eye, All three ;rei'll :
: .ilnlf.ppront before the amend _..... the Lions, whom they whipped badly braised and shaken up, b* '.'
ment can go into effect last week, 2413.Monday .Id...

..' .._...._ .._ night the Rote whipped ""kr.. Leggett ,and Mho Ogdeq' .:
1 Pint Skeet Shooting --.---....--: -- the MUont; >| In the Civic League were unconscious when taken to "

By Gun Club Sunday TELLS OF BROADCAST TO BI ganliation. The tide* turnln,. came and CJonlnger Packing University Hospital In Coral *
t I MADE BY TOWNSEND We have kept the faith. We have Co. won from Taveralr.jt-T in an Cable for emergency treatment
r ( fought a good tight and our efforts exhibition game afterward. All three are up and around, now,
Skeet time shooting In available for thefirst Editor, Leader-Enterprise! : are being rewarded with national Last night the I. O. O. F beat I although Mr. Leggett is suffering i

by several Homestead members was of enjoyed the Would you be food enough to recognition. the Lion 10-8. with his hand, the other fingers 'I*
i'I For I give apace for this message to your Everyone should, hear the The remainder of the Civic of which were cut and crushed. '
South Gun Club and their I
i it Z t wives on the range at the Home readers who may be Townsendites radio address of pro Town- League schedule which The Leggett car wa struck bya
or those interested In the move send whose amazing baffles I called for .
progress ly six games
: :; stead Country dub Sunday morns Gr1Iln''j car coming out of the side road
Ing ment? the enemies of common justice the receipts to go to that lead past the south boundryot

.! ... R. S. Dunn president, announcedthat From a hundred corners ot the and build a brightening hope In charity, ia a* follow: Nov. 2- the Ponce de Leon school The .
ot sinister the heart of millions of forgotten I Mason I. O. O. F. Nov. t
: meeting of the club would beheld country come reports vs. ; 5- driver was a Miss Turpitt of North
I I I' on the first and third under cover doing intended toweaken ten and women. Rotary vs. Lions; Nov. S-Lions! Miami Beach. The body of the
; 1 '! Wednesday night ot each month at the Townsend Plan and T. D. PICHE, vs. L O. O. F; Nov. U..ftotar Leggett car was n badly wrecked ;
the Country Club, cause its members to lose faith. President Homestead Masons; Nov. 14-Mason* vs. I.'j that rescuer cut a hole in the top
i :i 1 Those shooting Sunday Despicable last minute lies are Townsend Club. O. O. F.; Nov. 1 -Rotary of it to get the victims out of the
) ), Mr. and Mrs. Bevo Webb Mr. and being spread In an attempt to confuse Homestead Fla., Octr 28, 1931. LIon; Nov. 23-Lions v*. Masons;'I I INov. car.

1 Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson, a R. Hall,I the Istue. Secret authentic M-Rotary vs. L O. O. F. Who the accident occurred, Mr.

Mr. Dunn and W. B. Cave,, r.l sources reveal that an attempt Rubinoff Begins New I Leggett was on the way to Miami j
i will be made to put Dr. Townsend Series for Chevrolet Loses Tips of 3 Fingers for treatment following an operation

;l i John C. Evans Dies In Despite Jell when the fact the that election Dr. Townsendwas la over. I As Sheet fetal Fall I on }ala Jaw bone.

( In Philadelphia Home cited for contempt by the Bell! I Rubinoff big violin end thirty- --- ,
\\ committee on May 28 the grand two piece orchestra-radio', most Frank Branch ot Hialeah, form Mrs. Nabors to Reopen

John Bauer has received wordof Jury has not been asked to act widely heard musical combination er resident of Homestead, a worker -I Redland Cafe Sunday
the past twelve' months-,
during with the state road I
the death of John C. Evans, who What has happened to the Bencommltt. department
are again on a nation-wide WABC,crews on the keys, lost the tip of:
with Mr*. Evans a alec of Mr.1 report of the political Mr*. Annie Nsbors win reopen
Bauer had spent the past four, campaign! waged by them under Columbia network In a new series, three fingers of his right hand J I the Redland Cafe across the
winter .It the Bauer horn la Red- the; guise of an Investigation, remains of weekly program on Sunday(! when they were struck edgewiseby ,. street from the F. E C. depot on
from ':JO to EST. The series la i
a falling piece of sheet metal
land. a mysteryAt Flagler avenue, Sunday for the
I Mr. Evan died Saturday from I I a cost of $8,000 for Columbia sponsored Company by the Chevrolet Motor I I He was hospital brought In to Homestead the Post Graduate Wednesday I 3J7 tourist and cropping sea-

J a stroke of paralysis at his items time our leader, himself, win pin Assisting Rubinoff are Jan bightTo son.9r

In Philadelphia. He and Mrs.Evans .1 the lie to last minute stories and Peerce, tenor, and Virginia :Rea,I I Nabors recently returned.
: had planned to leave for will give you his final message before coloratura soprano who with the from Pawle,'. Island, S. C., it
Florida this week. j I election In a broadcast over I premiere of the new Chevrolet Tell of Successful summer resort, where the openedand
Mr. Evan before his retirement the entire Columbia network program start their second I Old Age Pension PlanDr. operated the Florida'Cotta...
five year ago because of ill health through Miami WQAM, Sunday year a* supporting artist of th* Before leaving there the added to
wa paymaster on the Pennsylvania Nov. 1, at 10:43 p. ... violinist c. K. VUet of Miami will her property with the view ot

Railroad. j I Never before such a personal The new aerie I* heard tell Sunday morning In the Prince building additional aoeomodatlon
appeal to the people of the United over WQAM. ton Methodist Church of his trip for the summer tourist trade.
Fer Yean t: Steles! Event: are occurring today to Oslo Norway to attend the
Mrs. O'Hara: "What! You're go. which have made the Town. Said the father at his daughter world Sunday school convention MOM Training

3 Ins to sell up and marry that hard.' aend Plan the outstanding political wedding: which was attended by seven Squire's -wife Aad whew la '
up lodger ot yours? What on earth lame of America. The November "It's hard to lose a beautiful thousand dvlrgate from sixty Four daughter, Mrs. Hodge"
are you going to live on?'' i election I* destined to be our first daughter." nation | Mr*. Hodge: "Well to tell you
Mrs. Mulligan: "Faith, an' well major victory. Yen will be thrilled His friend, with much feeling He will speak also of a plan of the truth, mum her was that use
be all right The poor fellow owe with new from the battlefrontYou replied: providing hone and pension for teas to the house that I sent her
me enough to keep us In comfort win amazed at the progress ..It.. harder to lose tilt plain old people that has been In success-1 out to domestic service.: "-Toronto

for year*."-Montreal Star, | actually made by our national or. ones.Angwers.. .. .. operation there for many years. I Globe.

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vents for part el sponsor's share Negroes Are ArrestedFor TALKS TO SERVICE LKACtl:

II The Redland Rattler of repair costs.Endorsed the. movement for a Stealing Fruit experiences.M.... K. K.on Clarke her recent told trip of her to ;

referendum and recall election on Africa at the meeting of the
slot machines la Dade Charted with possession of three
Service of fit.JohaYs i
.. .. League
-''''''-- bushels of avocados from the grow
Sponsored organization of Red- Episcopal Church in the !
TO of Mrs. B. A. Weldin, three
CARNIVAL TONIGHT memorize the poems perfectly negroes -
land District Amateur Radio Quo
Be sure to come to our carnival I will be allowed to take part In the which will operate short wave set, Wellington/ Norman and rectory Sunday night ,:
tonight if ;you are of the curious program. This Is a sample of for emergency communication In Huntman Moss, were buuud over I
type or If you ant fascinated by I what the casual visitor may hear: time of disaster. to the Court of Crimes by Justice CARD or THANKS
strange disappearing act*. The of the Peace Sid L. Kendrick In a On behalf of the Junior class,
Called BeU and
"Higgled/, PiggVedy, on Southern Co.
ninth grade boys guarantee food preliminary hearing Wednesday
business firm
I wish to thank the
Old black bottle. Florid Railroad commission for
entertainment when they Intro It stirs up a demon reduced telephone rates In Red- The negroes who lived on Mrs.WaMin's and Individuals who so geneveuely: I
duce Prof. VlnceUlntl and his "Col- grove were arrested contributed of their time and money -
That no one can throttle. land rebuilding of lines
lection of Magic Triclu". Tuesday by Grove Patrolman to make the seventh junior
Sometimes one drink torn down by storms and extension
of lines, and Frank N. Irwin and Constable J. carnival a real success
more often ten. present replacing
SAFETY PATROL GETS BELTS Hiwledy, Piggtedy. of present "crank telephones" with I| M. Scarborough on the complaint L. B SOMM .RS.
Tuesday morning Mr. Owens of! i of Mrs. WaldlnI lj
What a curse to men. common battery equipment that I
the Miami Motor Club came to does not have to be cranked to I Norman Moss was released under WANT ADS PAY !
Redland School and connected the "Said the gal pump signal the operator with result I a ISO cash bond. ._
Boy Scout Safety Patrol with the To the beer pump: that commission will send its engineer -
American Automobile Association. 'I make the people rich.' here to make unprejudiced I. i
The boys received their badges Said the beer pump survey and chamber has been advised Green Lantern RestaurantADJOINING
and belts. James Dixon Is captain To the gas pump: as to proper method of filing : I j
of the safety patrol, and Buddy I 'I throw them In the ditch.' affidavits supporting its de- : HOTEL REDLAND jt t
Undgren and Raymond Lee Said the gas pump mands. '' Western T-Done steak Dinner Me Chicken Dinner T5oRatnUr t
Ire the lieutenants. There are To the beer : Dinner lee Vegetable Plate See
pump Called repeatedly on state road
twelve patrolmen and four All Kinds ef Home-nude Sandwiches
boys '
'Just see the wheels I turn. department to resurface the almost 1
Ire to be on duty at each period.At Said the beer
pump impassable section of Krome \
assembly the auditorium.
To the gas pump: avenue from the Tamlami Trail
Owens gave a speech on the 'I squander what men earn.! south, with result, secretary reported II I
"Danger of Bicycles and Automobiles '
I that crew now working on I
on the Highway Then Mr. In the popularity class the Oversea Highway repair will start
Wagner gave a brief talk on "The freshmen will be represented by work on Krome project the first of] FREE HEALTHLECTURES
Misuse"of Bicycles or Improper Lanolle Roger and Elmeda Roberts December. : I
Riding The chief of the Homestead -
I ; the sophomore class by Dolores I
fire and Patrolman
department Cowan; and the Junior class
King W. Parks were present URGE FAIR '
by Mildred Cox Where are our PLANS
It Is Interesting to note that the Minion
} boys are not allowed to have any I
\ whistles, flan or slans.
We have heard (In a roundabout A. S. McFarlane, Dade County (Continued From Page One) I Ied 1 Shanklin Grove

r Way) that there were some disappointed scout executive, attended the meetIng $750 toward the expense. For j
boys who found out that of the Redland Boy Scout the next fair, he said the county Vi Mile West of Florida City
troop in the Lions Den Wednesday commission will $12301 I II
only 15 out of the 30 In the troop I appropriate
G are permitted to take part In the The troop committeemen, Charles I to make possible bigger and bet-i>
safety! patrol work. Cox, D. E. Baahor and J. R. Hick- ter exhibits, larger tub prizes,, TODAY 2:3011.1\1.
eon, and Principal Carl Wagner, I and more trophies. The premiumlist "THE DEATH DINNER"y
also were present. Is now being made up, he ..ld,1|
BAND IS GROWINGDue Dr. Irene A. Shanklin
to Miss Fisher's great Interest Mr. Means, speaking on "The
and ability In music the Red- Dean E. E. Nicholas of the University I Importance of Poultry to the State| MONDAY, NOV. 2, 2:30 11.1\1.
of Minnesota aaure.II and tartton said that
: poultry
land band Is growing In numbers!
and In skill. Marked cooperation that "Students are so much hap I ranks as Florida's fifth largest! TOUR HEALTH IS'YOUR WEALTH"by
and enthusiasm are apparent pier when they are working their Industry, yet there Is much room Dr. Uo y4 C. Shaaklla '
among.the music students. The way through school". We didn't for continued growth as the state I
1 members of the band are: John know that there was any other Imports $10,000,000 In poultry! WEDNESDAY, NOV. \, 2:30 P.M./
B. Graham, Marlon Henderson, Way to get throulh.REVIEV product. each year-and most of|/ "EATING FOR IIEALTII"
Doris Price, Kathleen Wagner, the Importing li done by Dade fey Or.Irene A. Shanklin
I I Louis Price, John Hlckson Grady County. However, he said there'Is ".

I Cowan George Wright, Adolph WORKContinued 50 per cent more poultry In Dade I THURSDAY, NOV. 5, 8 P. M."MAN'S .
County today than there was five
Lope, Harold Mitchell, Arnold 1
e Soper, Fred Vihlen, jeannette years ago. There Is no reason HEALTHFUL FOODS FOR LON-
t Cox: Lee Gladden, Edward Burr, ( From Page One) why Florida should not be as gooda I GEVITY"by
i Richard Ball. Buddy Llndgren, favorable mention on nation-wide poultry state as California, he I Dr. Lloyd C. Shanklin

,. Melba Bonds, Alvin Prothero, E. broadcast declared. i
J. Graham, Cohen Leggett, Clyde I Co-operated with the Lions Club A nominating committee composed -j FRIDAY NOV. 6, 2:30 P. M.
i i Chambers, J. Jj Conner, Richard and the Rotary Club in getting of Wm. Dunlop, John P'I,, "BALANCING YOUR MEALS"by
Jensen, Frank Panno and Frank a state patrolman for State Road Neafsey and Henry Bchrena was
\ t Orifice... appointed to select 18 candidates l I Dr. Irene A.Bhanklla
I 4A.Pointed out need and for 11 places on the board of directors 11
The first meeting of the Girl building of automobile tourist as the annual meeting I j'I FRIDAY, NOV. 6, 81'. M.
, Scout court of honor was held camps for Homestead,due to housing and election of the association will | "YOUR TYPE ACCORDING TO YOUR DIET"by
I Tuesday at which time the plans shortage, with result one camps take place on Nov. B. Dr. Lloyd C Shanklin
for the next regular meeting weresketched under construction and more
r briefly It was decided under consideration. I I'
i that there should be two troops, Urged need of parking lines and I
one for the younger girls and another safety regulations to city council, DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST
Y for 'the older girls From worked with council committeeIn InsistThen

now on the meetings are to be studying solution, contributedto
held In the afternoon at the school purchase of traffic light for
building. Four senior patrol dangerous Intersection at Krome Office. Hourst I a. m. to ( p. m. i

leader! were present, Amma Sor- and Flagler Sundays t to It i
rell,Irene Jackson, Lucille Drig- Called Into existence a Joint Closed Saturdays '
gers and Jennie Sue Rogers. committee from the civic organizations -
for repair of Homestead Free Parkin Space II
The first and second grade pupils municipal swimming pool, projectfor
171 N. w I TH ST., MIAMI
are busily learning verses tQ which Is now In the WPA hoper -
recite at the temperance meetingon > with funds accumulating PHONE i-tui I
Friday. Those students who "painlessly" through benefit IJ
.I la only one real teat lot

I any root-the test of Time.

: r That's why w* handle Carey

, I II. Roofing and Shingles UM
Fall Fertilizing Q
I name "Carey" has meant roofing ,

satisfaction for more than

of your grove has a great effect on your spring' bloom. Get your trees 60 yearn,

in condition to bloom and hold the bloom next spring. Get our low prices on ties

high quality roofs-we have

I. Use Redland Brand Fertilizers 'for results. We' also have a complete the right type for'very pas I

line of vegetable fertilizers for truck crops.: Quality fertilizers pose and pane.Brooker '

produce results.Florida.

1 t Ii Lumber Co.

! East Coast Fertilizer Co. j Phone 62 Homestead, Fla.

, \ Manufacturers Redland Brand Fertilizers :



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Page Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE ___ __ Friday October 30,19MHOMESTEAD ( "

for winning the league or of the B. Y. P. U"s., will conductthe .i A
TALLER PLAYERS I ship. ohBmPIOn"j business.
NEWS Present were: Wm. Everyone Is cordially invited to
Nelll, Roy Nelson Carl Anderson,
Augustus Sincere and Mr. Caves,
NELLA SAVLS School Editor attend.GROVE

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Barrow, umpires, and George M.
PATROL NOW UNDER A. A. A..to thank all the merchant who Frick.

In assembly Wednesday 1( of I donated prizes for It* booth at Tentative Schedule of 20 THEATRE

1 the Homestead school boys were working the Junior hard carnival.for a This half-holiday room Is Games Arranged by Junior Carnival IsFinancial COCONUT GROVE
Installed In the school
boy patrol
Show 1 and S Admission
Friday. Coach Bleier ISo
to have
by W. H. Owens, manager of the and hopes one Success: Matinee Sat. and Bun., ZOo
Miami Motor Club. The box Miss Hoyden's home room la Stolp.m
were presented with badges and planning a program for the homeroom Homestead High School will be
The Junior carnival held on the Sun., Men.. T. .,
I Harold represented by one of the biggest e*
belt from the A. A. A., but the period Friday.
badges and belts are not to be taken I Branch and Archer Dodson are In team In its basketball history if Homestead school ground last Nov. I, S, S
Friday cleared $228, Mrs. L. R. I
away from the tchool After the charge The students are bringing the size of the men In several Loretta Young"RAMONA"
Becker, Junior
Inaugural Mr. Owen gave good magazines for pleasurereading squad trying for the first team sponsor, reports.
u short talk In which he stated during their home room Is any Indication. There are nine This is $50 more than any preceding ,
class has cleared
that bad manner are the cause of period on Monday and Tuesday.Mrs. boys out for practice who are since
the event was started six year
BJr'r of all accidents, and since Johnson' seventh grade nearly six feet tall or over. ago. with radio's Don Ameche

there have been school boy patrols, geography class has It* geography; The taller members are: Charles A1U of the high school classes filmed la glorious natural
the patrol have helped to prevent' work books and is now studyingthe 'Little, who Is one of the two letter and teachers and many of the color
many accident different occupations of the men back on the team; Donald school patrons assisted.
I people of the United States. Mrs. Sullivan, who played the tint Wed., Thurs., N.... 4, I
MARIONETTE SHOW lUESDAY Johnson's eighth grade arithmetic part of last season; Pierre Mo- CHESTER MORRIS
There will be a marionette show class is studying different figures, Daniel and Billy Arthur, aspirant Three D. Y P. U.' Will in

In the Neva King Cooper School and hopes to master the formula for last year' varsity; and two I Have Program SundayThe "They Met in a Taxi"
auditorium on Nov. 8 at 8 p. m. for the volume of a prism by who are out for basketball for the

for the benefit of the art clan Friday. first time, Roy Martin and Banks Senior Union of the Fri., Sat, Nov. 6, 1
I BaptistYoung
under the direction of the art The elementary grades are observing Byrum. I People's Union will have "Postal Inspector"with
teacher, Mill William The admission Temperance Day with a Earl Smith, the only other letter charge of the program at the
charge 1 22c.l man, Is joined by a number of
short assembly program Friday
monthly meeting of the three B.
} morning.Mrs. boy who aspire to the guard and Y. P. Ui. Iq the church Sunday RICARDO CORTEZ
l PEP CLUB REORGANIZESThe Webb's room won the room forward positions left open by I evening. alsoBUCK
girl*' physical education prize for selling the most tickets graduation. They are: HarveyRue Each group will hold its individual JONES
classes are having health this for the junior carnival circus. Virginia Carson Malcolm, Dukes West, meetings at 8:30: p. m. and In
week on Thursday and Friday. StudstlU won the pupil Randolph Caves, Rufus Sullivan, the program will begin at 7. Fran "The Phantom Rider"Final
They are studying the evil effect prize for selling the most tickets Martin Bishop, Clinton Bishop, cis Irwin, president of the senior Chapter
of alcohol and tobacco. The Pep This class will have Its first half-' Wm. McMichael, Jack Sullivan, group, will have charge of the COMEDY CARTOON
Club met Monday for the purposeof I holiday Friday. for having- 20 .lIerI Raymond Hayes and Emory Deer- program and Alvah Taylor, direct.
reorganizing It will have I feet days. Ing.A
several new member and also new I Mrs. Wynn's class welcomes two tentative ichedude of 20
uniform All the member are new pupils, Hubert Smith and lames has been arranged by Coach
hoping to have a bigger and bet- Don Done. Theo J. Bleier, which Includes I ,
ter year than lait Miss Fifleld's class will have a trip during the tint part of Feb-
The Interior decoration class half-holiday Friday, Jacqueline ruary with probable game at
handed In art and design notebooks Keeley of Indiana and Richard Orlando, Jacksonville and Daytona -
Tuesday. They art very Degler from Redland are new pu Beach.
Interesting and attractively up- pils.Charlie The schedule Is as follows:
to-date. The tenth grade home Goff and Billy Brown Nov. 24-H. H. S. alumni. here,
economic girl are studying how were absent from Miss Ray's Dec. 1-Delray Beach there, Dec
cloth may be adulterated and haw room Tuesday because of Illness Redland, there; Deo. 8-Miami
cotton may be made to Imitate and Leroy Fltzhugh was back in Beach there; Dec 11-Redland,
silk, linen and wool. The ninth school. Thl week the childrenare here; Dee. 11-Miami Beach, here;
grade girl are learning how to memorizing, the poem, "My Dec. IS-Miami Edlaon, there;
recognlie the eight different Golden Keyf" I Jan. 8-Ponce De Leon, there;
weaves In cloth and the variation Barbara Waketteld brought to, Jan. 8-Miami High here: Jan.
of the weave, and they are Mrs. Thurman's class some prtt- 13-Lake Worth there; Jan. 13-
getting samples of material for ty autumn leaves from the mountains West Palm Beach, here; Jan. tg.--
each weave of Tennessee where her Miami Edison there; Jan. 22-
'The biology pupil are drawing parents have been recently. I I Delray Beach here; Feb. 9-Ponce '009 fAWN4 off
specimen of arthopodi They have Mia Dorsey's Class has bought de Leon, here; Feb. 12-West Palm *h1mostfIATTo
started a collection of bugs. a 25-pound pumpkin and is goingto Beach there; Feb. 19-Miami I
I The public speaking classes make it Into a Jack-o-lantern. High there; Feb. 1 -Lake Worth, .
and the dramatic class have received Katherine Kelly Is absent this here; Feb. 2J-Miami Edison, here. .
text book week because of Illness. I .
j The seniors are beginning the Mrs. Edwards' pupils are Interested Caves Gives Chicken:
; study of Chancer'i "Canterbury in the castle race they are
;l' Tnles". Each student in writing having In their reading lesson. Dinner to Rote TeamThe

I '. +: a brief outline of the characters. Every "A" that they get in readIng -
I Later mounted character will be takes them a step nearer the diamond ball team which
: made by the class castle. There Is an attractive represented the Homestead Rotary I
Luella West won the prize forgetting castle drawn on the blackboard Club in the municipal league
I the moil votes la the pop. that they use In keeping score In wa given a chicken supper Friday
: ularity contest sponsored by the art the class I* making picture of night by the manager, Charles Sherwin-Williams FLAT-TONE
senior class In the Junior carnival houses and tree Peggy and Caves, at his home as a reward
colon are too lovely to rolrt. And the beautiful shades
The Junior class wishes to thank Geraldine Stuardl are ill this week torn
each of the merchants and everyone and Ellen Strickland is back In comes Shirley Ann Keeley from backgrounds that make room furnishings more OMutlful.
; I Hens i not wall finish tfut'i rally,, prscUuMt washes clan
else who helped In any way to sihooL Indiana. Violet Parker has gone
II make the carnival a success. This Mia Jackson's first grade wel-, back to the keys. soap and w tcr. ...
claw ha two member. Wade
16 lovely colon from
Smith and Mary Elizabeth Kyle 87c
Clarice Shaw la back after an illness I which to choose a a Ouart
of several week I

t i Mr. Field sophomore clan I 11 Plant Burpee's Tomato Seed
I sorry to lose Cynthia Parrlah who i
I. has transferred to Redland High

School This YearSee
t Mr. Moomaw'i sophomore claw Sal Pehahk s FlolotVarnishStain
welcomes Barbara Done who entered J-W
Floor Wax
this week. I .
Mr. Blackburn's freshman clan I U toL Sow Flo-Was
Stein, end varnish' In one.
I to lose Belton Parker who I
lorry If.6halve
Rich durable slot*.

has Mr.moved Lucas'to eighth Miami.grade wishes some of the tomatoes now being !harvested fat $1 a 29 Jl ""' Ige ...... 14C

that were grown from BURPEE'S SEED, One 10 a CuMo ocr. One to a customer
:.: i Turner's Funeral Home then make your own decision as to the kind QvIcJo.drylllt rWy-fcodUd .

; : 11lift. AMBULANCE SERVICE i of seed you plant. Gloss Enamel'Ebonol Roof Paint
For furniture" woodwork
.> Lady Attendant wills.'' Coven For psiiillAj" metal or corn
The first tomatoes harvested in this section I one cost position roofs. High" floss.
Phone M4-R UomesUad, J'Ia.IlaJaUII S
this year were grown from BURPEE'SSEED. l 9eeb..gQc SKOAL C
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N of Nasals Rena I Homestead, Fla. Phone 22

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Friday, October 30. 1936 THE LEADERENTERPRISEPage Nine

\North Carolina to spend the win- .f Senses M the Mount Ma-
ter season here. SERMON TOPICS tin for the evening service
by Dr LIed C. Shaakar.rittsuirritt4m .

: In and Around Mile Ruth Painter did not come FIRST BAPTIST
south with Mr. and Mrs.J. H.Simmons C11L'EcliNoe. : CHURCH
as she had planned to do 1-Morning aerawta: Nov" Moraine monomer

because of the serious Illness of her The Verging the Cbvch'i "AnaolnUnf ., Je ."! er ..
Homestead grandmother Present plans call evening sermon: Tin Alter .
i Inc scmwi: "Kindles la Gem.ale.
for her arrival here about Christmas atlves ; af la* OMB.*. .
time. Ar I-rrarer service
teplet -Merer".

Mn. B. J. Wilkinson of Mount Bauer drive. As they: came through Mr. and Mrs. V. a Rohrer of

I Dora who arrived last week for Halethorpe, Md., they stopped to Miami were Sunday guests of Mr. ST. JOHN'S CHURCH

t a visit with her aunt, Mrs. A. O. visit Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Canon of and Mrs. John Rohrer. illY. 1--S Blot, All Saints THE SAFETY OF
Cain and Mr. Cain wu called Halethorpe and Homestead. Day.
home by the linen of her ton, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Becker: Monday An Seals Day Holy '
Charles Monday night Her brother left Monday for a visit with friendsIn YOUR ACCOUNTin
: County Agricultural Agent C. H. Eucharist at T a. so.
Fletcher Bryant, who took her Steffanl returned Saturday from Miami.
to Mount Dora returned Tuesday: Gainesville where he attended a
and reported that the boy was im- week's conference of extension The Florida City P.-T. A. will HOMESTEAD! METHODIST
proved. St. Elmo agents.! sponsor a tag day sale at the polls CHURCH this institutionis
panied him. next week. Mrs. H. Hunter and N.v. Mornlnf message
youn.aceom-I Mr. and Mrs.- Ceo. M. Frick are, Mrs. W. W. Severy are the committee The Tenth Commandment' fully insured up

Mr. and Mn. P. an- entertaining this week Mrs. Frick'ssister In charge. special meets by choir under Fed-
nounce the birth of an light-pound I Mrs. J. T. Rouse of Jacksonville direction of Irvine Lyen.Evening to$5,000 by the
I who arrived here last The Ladles' Aid of the Community measares The Hew
daughter Carolyn Ann, In the
I Church will have slant
a aI Being Saved.
Victoria hospital In Miami Tues Saturday. Mr. Rouse will come
In front of the city hall to sell BIble
study Wedneadaynlfht
for her
day. Mr. Baker If a member of Sunday. Corpora
sandwiches, cake and salads on
the Redland High School faculty. I
Miss Vivian has been election day. -
Jlon .
appointed to serve as a reporter i PRINCETON METHODIST
Four Homestead girls, Miss Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Johnson and
this year on the Southern, student CHURCH
Loll Walker and Miss Julia Sulli-
Mr. and Mrs Frank Stalling of
at Florida Nov. Moraine byDr.
weekly newspaper sermon
van Katherine of Stetson Harper University and Miss and Miss Alta Southern College la Lapland.Mr I South Florida Miami City Sunday.were visitors In .C. K. VUrt presiding elder IL First Federal Savings &
evening by
sermon pastor
Vann of the Florida State Collegefor
and Mrs. Carl Field entertained G. Cowan.
Women, attended the Gaines Baptist Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Veyhl Art Class Will Present Loan Associationof
Student Union meeting
ville over the weekend.Mr. and their son-in-law and daughter Marionette Show FridayThe SILVER PALM METHODIST
all of Miami.FLORIDA. I. CHURCHNov. Homestead
Homestead High School art Moraine sermon by
and Mrs. L. B. Piney former -
of have moved class, under the direction of Its pastor, eontlnulnf exposition
residents ,niaa CITY :
into the house on Comfort roadowned teacher Miss Mable Williams will
Mrs W. W. Severs, Correspondent present "RumpleitilUkln a marionette
and formerly occupied by ...N W NNNNN ....-........-.. WNNM/MNINIIMM show In five scenes ia the
Mr. and Mrs. Cooper Hayes. Mr. i :
and Mrs. Mayer have moved to The usual tax exemption for Neva King Cooper School next
their new rock bungalow on Haln- widows was granted by the town Friday evening at 8 o'clock. I
lin drive. council at its meeting: Tuesday Other marionette features will tllEM .E>
I IJUliler"
night be "Mr. Weather." "The Monkey

The Rev. uut Mrs. John L. a/id "Skeleton Dance."
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Mrs. Frances Anderson who has
Portland daughter. Lilian have
started from Highland Park. N.J, spent the past year in Florida City Iowa F. F. A. Unit First

for their winter home In Redland and Miami left Monday for Brook- In Contest of Chapters el

and are expected to arrive soon. cek ct
lyn.C. First place In the national Future -

Six members of the Woman's S. Phillips has been at the Farmer chapter contest was
Auxiliary of the Homestead Presbyterian Kendall hospital about ten days.. won by Scenic City chapter ol
Church Iowa Falls, Iowa according to
attended the dis-
Gen. Brooks was discharged Geo. N. Wakefleld adviser of the
triduneettng held in the Hollywood !
Presbyterian Chruch :yes Monday from the Post Graduate Homestead chapter Winner of

terday. In the group were: Mrs. hospital where he had received second place, who returned Sun
treatment for Injuries hut right day. The Scenic City chapter a
A. T. Arthur. Mm B. t Gitlin, I
he said If taught by practice
Mrs. Paul Haley, Mn. Ben; C.
!teachers of a nearby agriculture
PI_. Mrs. R. Y. Burr and
Mrs. J. M. HoUerty. Mr. and Mrs. .David Snow 'arrived i I college, and it has SO members DESIGNED AND ENGINEERED
Sunday from Branford, while Homestead has 30.

Miss Leah Dorn of Chicago, Conn., to .occupy their home on Alvin Simmons, Homestead can- to bake better. .. to broil better
plans to leave next week after !Eighth street during the winter didate for the American Planter

spending two weeks with her leMOn. degree, lost out because the national Cooking becomes carefree, certain !. resale
constitution doe.n'tanow
brother-ln-W and sister, Mr..and
., wken modernist kitchen with
to make application you you a new
Mrs: Henry Kufeldt In Redland. Mrs. R. J. Shepherd
Miss Addle Cletler of Chicago whb south from her home In North after he has been out of school for Norge Electric Range. Everything to make cook.

is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dave Ku Haven Conn., on Thursday and more than three year*. ing easier,more comfortable-everytluag so in
to arrive here the first of next Myron Grennell, member of the
feldt will return, at the same time.
crease efideacy, long Ws everything
week. Homestead chapter and state president economy

Mn. Frank Bemecker: was In who attended the convention to add to the beamy and appearance of die Norge

the Post Graduate hospital from Mr. and Mrs. Paul Haley fen' as a delegate stopped in Electric Range has been thought worked out
Monday afternoon for Buford, Gainesville on the return trip to
Thursday till Sunday for a minor
operation.Mr. Ca, where Mrs. Haley's father, S. attend a meeting of the state executive to a perfection that places these new ranges far

J. Busha, is serlotisly ill. committee tonight Mr. ahead*/soy you have cue looked... Come ia to

and Mrs. M. Davis Miss Wakefield will go to Gainesville eee them today. Electric cooking is fully perfected
Mr. and Mrs. Roy NelU' and Saturday: and the two will return
Miriam Scott, Raymond Scott and children arrived Sunday from' Saturday night i Jo these new Norge Electric Range. A generous '"
James Jones all of Miami, visited "
I the Rev. and Mrs. Howard Field} Norge purchase plan makes them easy to boy.rCeW .

Sunday.The III !
Rev. and Mrs. Howard Field I The Best Homestead ; AND .1.5EO P TN8 ITgHiriiCOOlER

left Monday for Orlando where l vr WKa
they will attend thedistrict assembly :
of the Church of the Na- ; ULTRA
tarene. They will return Sat Growers ClaimYou MODERN IN
urday. y,aseg}. STYLE AND OTHER

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Misses Anna and Charlotte Lead- _
ley, Mrs. Florence Sprague and I cannot secure better tomato, pepper and r a....... s.-s-I
Miss MacCulIa. all of Staten Island .o./ C.ekloe UIIIIII
N, Y., arrived Wednesday eggplant seed for fall planting than from The I lisle Sloss.e
afternoon at their winter home on newae
I Kilgore Seed Co. I II Ta.pwa.o c....,

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weed seeds., + Use W" sea VII..,

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Pace Ten -- THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday October" 30. !!! |


M.... Fred Kufeldt gave a monopoly WHEN DISTRICT DIRECTOR IS PRESEN'rn

L Social EventsHALLOWEEN I party tt her home in the

Manley apartments Monday 1 A program on up-to-the-minute points brought out by Mn. Myen
afternoon for HIM Leah Dorn of Americanism was presented Monday I In her mystery quiz on Amerlcan-l;
Chicago who la visiting in Redlaad I Ism The quiz began with thel
Mrs. Win. t ,
night by Myers
and Mrs. Marvin Shaw who bed singing of all the verses of "Amer-|
COSTUME PARTY IS GIVEN a birthday. program chairman at a meeting leal' and a salute to the flag,touched :

Mr*. Ovid Sullivan, Mr*. WU- o( the Homestead Business) and on points In the Constitution! |'
burn Reed and Miss Miriam Bur- Professional Women's Club at' and Declaration of independence

I ton won the prizes. Cake and which Mrs. Vine Betterley, district and brought out point of part
I Iced tea were served. government, past and present.] :
and Mrs Joe. Wilson Lowe ail, Mr. and Mrs. A. dwell, Mr director was guest of honor. Particular attention was given (
entertained the Epworth Leagueof A. S. Riven, Mir Kathryn Cast'l Those present were: Mn W. Mrs. Betterley told of rulings
the parties In the present pies
B. Jr. Mrs R. H ,
Caws Daring
the Redland Community Misses Mildred and Elizabeth made at a state meeting of district
and certain
: Idcntlal election,
Mra. T. J. Walker, Mr Geo. Qann,
Church managers and presidents In Sanford -
at a Halloween party at Craft. Mime Mary planks such as that In the Com-
Mrs H. T. Oxford Mri Sullivan,
from which she had Just returned -
their! home Jungle Drove Wednesday and Emily Engel Mill Addle munlats' platform demanding absolute
Mr Reed, Mr Shaw, Mill Pearl
reported activities that
evening Gletler, Miss Leah Dorn, equality for the negro, wer \
The guest came masked and a Misses Myrtle, Pearl and Willie 1 Whltaker, Mir Ofaot Hobson, other dubs of this district are engaged read
vote was taken to see who was Mae Cason, Misses Merle andMerthe : Mile Burton Milt Dorn and the In, and gave additional information -
Judged to have! the cleverest! cos January Miss Jeanne Cal hoateai. regarding the district The meeting night was change.
tume. Mis Bertha Craft we the kins. Mill Mildred Cox Miss Ellen --"--"--"'-- ,I meeting which will be held here on from Monday to WednesdayMn.

winner. Peterson, Mia Jaunlta Douberly The Calendar Nov. 18.Members. I l J. F. Hammett and Mr
The RPV C. G. Nelson directed Miss Llllle Mae Campbell Betty .1 found their memories August Burrtchter were visit

outdoor games and Ottwell Hsr- and Jack Marshall, Earl and Clyde .. 'n' I needed refreshing on various at the meeting.
ford and Mrs Gotch Kufeldt directed I Swilley, Gotch Kufeldt Ozell Oct 30-Redland School carnival -

indoor lames, Harry Diehl Douberly Herman and E.: C. Byars, on school ground I IH BAPTIST CHOIR TO GIVE Hilda Dodson. Dolores Papy Ma
pluved guitar accompaniment for Oo. GrunwelL Albert January Oct Halloween dance tt BENEFIT PROGRAM NOV. 8 Jo Close, Wava Horton Rutl
singing. Robert Bell, John and Fred Bor- .td Country Club sponsored I A musical program will be presented Owens and Ann Rheney
Mr Lowe served HalWeenles gardt, Jas. Robertson, Orman by Junior Woman's Club In the Homestead Baptist Others present were: Mr. and
and cocoa. Cash, Harford and Oswell swimming pool benefit a'i Church by the choir Friday evenIng Mr Frank Lucas, Mrs. Skill, MreB.

Present beside those named Stanton Beck, Burton Nov. 6-Study and pot luck Nov. 8 to raise funds for new L. Blggen, Mn. K. K. Clark .
were: Mr. and Mr Wm. McCol- Jack and Charles Turner Auen'l and Miss
I cheon meeting of Woman' Auxiliary music and for tuning the church Mn, Wm. E. Rheney ]
lough, Mr. and Mr E. F. Mar- ly McCollough. of the Presbyterian Church piano. Kathryn TheUon.

at home of Mr K. K. Clark Mrs. C. N. Walker, choir director -

_ DADE COUNTY COUNCIL OF PARENTS I Nov. S Ladies' night dinner! will have charge of the pro- ELECTION REDLAND AID DAY WILL SANDWICHED SELL '

_ AND TEACHERS MEETS IN REDLAND meeting of Presbyterian Men's gram. The Ladles' Aid Society of thi
Club at A. F. Arthur home.
GIRL SCOUTS HAVE: Redland Community Church mad
The Dade County Council of Dr. Wm. V. McKibben of Miami Nov. 8-Sacred Heart Club card HALLOWEEN PARTY plans to sell sandwiches and punc*
Parents and Teacher met with spoke on "Kitchen Campaigningfor party In clubrooms at 8 p. m. Mr*. Frank Skill Girl Scout at the Helping Hand hall OiTtfU

the Redland P.-T. A. Wednesday Health and Growth Sleepingfor Nov. Woodmen's Circle drill captain, entertained her scout at tlon day when the ihember i
at the best attended session In Its Development, and Safety Rules club meeting. a party Tuesday night. Nina at the home of Mrs. F. W. Stlllma
history. Principal Carl Wagner for the Home." Mr*. Walter H. Nov.Marlonett.. show, I Bullard dressed as I ghost won a on Oct 22.
welcomed the council and presented Beckham council president gave benefit for Homestead achool art prize for the best costume, and Those present were: Mrs M. .

the Redland High School Band s report of the recent meeting of classes, In Neva King Cooper Ruth Owens won a prize In a Brownlow, Mr A. E.; Barnes, Mr
which directed by Miss Rebecca the Florida Congress of Parents School auditorium at 8 p. m. smile contest A. M. Vivian, Mn. C. Ben Plum
Fisher played several selections. and Teachen. Nov. 6-Baptist choir benefit After a series of Halloween mer, Mrs. E. M. Schneckenbergwf:
M.... C. E. Elchenberger, Redland Two hundred-flfty-four council program In First Baptist Church games punch and cookies were Mrs. Ceo E. Deuel Mn. til.
P.-T. A. president, also welcomedthe members had luncheon In the Nov. District meeting of served by the social committee, Baker, Mrs. Geo. W. Turner, Jil
group. school cafeteria.A. Episcopal Woman's aulllary at BarbaraBlggers, Margaret Law- Mn L. G. Adams, M.... Ann
Trinity Episcopal Church In MI- rence, Merle Jenkins and Frances Messenmlth, Mrs. Maude Adam

ALl INVITED TO PARTYOF I I S. Moye and Miss Helen Moye. ami at 10 a. m. Lamb. Mn. H. J. Armstrong, Mn J
YOUNG PEOPLE'S UNION The children present were: Nov. 8-O. E. S. meeting In t.I i The girls present were: Margaret Elder, Mrs. Wayne Calkins, Mr
O. O. hall.I Lawrence, Vida Clark, Bar- Thos. Brewer, Mrs. Geo. E. Ree]
Everyone In the Redland District Mary Katherine and Sally Suber, /g
; -I I Redland District Ministerial bara Blggers, VaraRheney. Eliza- Miss Mary Leeds and the Rev.
I la invited to attend Llllle Alene Koestllne,
a partyto I Association luncheon meetIng ; beth Skill Geraldine ReiU, Merle I O. Nelson. .
be Mary Lois and Fay Pierce, Mary 11
given Monday night In the ;
at home of Dr. and Mn. L. C. Jenkins, Frances Lamb Lois
American Legion hall on South 'Jo Close, Jennie Hardy, Barbara Shanklin In Florid City. Pierce Athley Kemp Mary Frances Mr. and Mr J. J. McLendoj
Krame I Mae Williams, Lenora Williams,
avenue by the Redland' I Webster Nov. 9-Official visit of Rebekah Rutland, Marion Amaru, Doro- and Mr. and Mn. Paul Reynold
District Williams, Peggy Chamben
Young People's I I state president to Liberty Re- thy Sullivan, Nina Bullard, Melba. were dinner guests of Mr. and lotrPre.ton {
Fredrick Chambers, Joyce
Miss Elisabeth Bush I is In charge bekah Van
Lodge Winkle Catherine Craves, B. Bird Monday night
o( the entertainment features;] Flnney, Lawton Finney, John Mc Nov.
I lo-Woman' Club of
Miss Christine Hughes and Alvahi I Lean, Junior Pope Jimmie Brown, Homestead -- --
meeting at 3
Taylor, of the refreshment; and|Johnnie Little, Donald Neely, Hu- Nov. 11-Program of p. m. at I
Miss Bush and Miss Hughes, of bert Smith and Sue Moye St John's Episcopal Church. I
the decoration I '
Nov. 12-Redland Ladles' Aid
A small admission charge will B.Y.P.VINJOYSi !: meeting with Mrs. C. Ben Plum- C0l11in
be made to defray expenses.. I
i\\ ROAST ; mer.Nov.
The Senior B. Y. P. U. of the Circle

MRS.PARTY A.FOR F. ARTHUR MRS. NELSON GIVES: Homestead wiener roast Baptist at the Chruch mouth of gavea the I meeting Nov. with 13-Redland Mrs W Dp.er'A.. Next W EEkl!

Mrs. A. F. Arthur gave a party Goulds canal Tuesday night. Francis meeting at 8 p. m.
In honor of Mr*. E. L. Nelson a t Irwin, president and Miss Ellen I Nov. 13-Meeting of EpiscopalWoman's :
the Arthur home on Redland road I Vann were in charge of arrange Auxiliary with Mrs. W.

and Avocado drive on Oct. 23 ments. J.Nov.Clark.15-Dl.trlct meeting of Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and
Home made Ice cream and cake Othen In the party were: the
Business )
and Professional Wo- I '
were served. Rev. and Mr C. N. Walker, Miss men's Clubs at Homestead Country Saturday, Nov. 47Rexall's
Those Invited were: Mrs. P. F Christine Hughes Miss Mary Hanson Club. .
Huv Mrs. Russell Trotter Mn Miss Helen West Miss Nellie I
17-Met'tln of the Woman'
Julia Pace, Mrs. C. L. Ooley, Mrs. -
Martin Mary Adams, Club of the Redlands at3p.m.
Wlllurd Flfleld, Mrs. A. S. Darling. Miss Ellen Vann. Misses Mosley! .
Mra. Paul Haley. Mr A .A. PayneMrs ,, and Jeanette Sever, Misses Eunice Nov. 17-Gleaner class meeting Original
W. a Fritter. Mn. Delia,
and Carol Walker Miss Mary
wlt1Ml'8o Willard Flfleld at
Lockhunt, Mrs. B. E. Gatlln, Mn. Elisabeth Kyle Miss Wlllella Bul- 3:30. i
J. M. Holferty Mr J. R. Hickson: :
lard, Clinton Bishop Ed Pacetti
Mrs Nov. 20-O. E. S. meeting for RADIO 1
Sara Hickson Mrs. David Fred 1i
Borgardt Harry Diehl, Billy I
matrons and
worthy worthy
Papy, Mrs. H. W. Johnston, MnF patrons
Arthur, Reuther and Donald Sul i
of district In I. O. 0. F. halL
a Lucas, Mrs. R. Y. Burr, Mrs.Tom livan. Earl Smith and Dukes West
Baird. Mn. H. S Wolfe, M....
D P Blake Mn. J. M. Brown Mrs.

J. Sherry, Mrs. Van Harris, Mrs.
W H Owens, Mr*. T. M. Torhert, CAREs
MI -. H. H. Graham: Mrs. E. F i (D.
Bush, Mrs. C. Ben Plummer, Mrs 010 1 f

Albert Syke, Mn. K. K. Clarke, s BeautyTrue
Mrs. R. C. Jackson Miss Eula Ray 1
and Miss Charlotte Darling. We give beauty demands

the best of car at all

IIIS5IOYE! ENTERTAINS the genuine times. Whether you

M. E. JUNIOR LEAGUEThe EUGENE Permanent wish a wave, I facial, I
a manicure or any of
Junior Leaguers of the
the other essential aid
So/I, falling wives-tbund. +
Homestead Methodist Church enJoyed -
to beauty, you'll find
sot, lasting curls-dial's the
a social meeting at the horn the skilled operators atPat's
Pod of a permanent roe want. I .-
of Miss Antoinette
Moye Tuesdayafternoon.
Beauty Parlor '
JAed that's the aim we give ready to serve you Get aboard the Rexall Special Train

Bobbins for apples and other For we da gnwln* Eugene quickly any time. of bargains atThe.
,Divine, a|ih genuine Eagles .
Halloween games were played. Croqalrnole. Spiral aid i .
Rdrt'ahmentl-lI'IPt Juice cookies Sachets let us "drew" yaw Combination
and peanut*-were served by Mrs hair for Uw season, with as,
basal txxJtiliiioai and dais PERMANENT WAVES Dixie DrugYour

33c CIIICKEN DINNER log foe-tod aeck twzs j' Prices $5 $6, $7
P.-T. A. Cafeteria I
6-10 Tonight at Bush's Barber Shot PAT'SBEAUTY REXALL Store

REDLAND SCHOOL &: Beauty Parlor PARLOR Save With Safety

Pkesw 13.-. Hen 81.,.
CARNIVAL His Little Brew*. Oferalerrv.U


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J Frkkv. October 80. 1936 THE T E A fFR KNTF.RPE. Pue Eleven

.................."a.. ?_...._....... ....m. devotional and cal I _
the opening a _

ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS to service and ill* Rev A. A.

KoeeUlne will make a short talk ; CLASSIFIED ADS j

,II.-...-....-..........,........."...,.".." .",",......,.,..,.,..?............_,- on prayerTh .

JUNIOR CLUB'S HALLOWEEN DANCE I subtMt of home missions J
will be presented in the morning RATE: nut insertion to* a line; subsequent iMMrltomSt
i from U to It by Circles One. Two : a line ._._1 1r
and Four led by Mrs. J. E. Davto -- -- -

;;dance will be given CLUB AND FRATERNITY I In the afternoon aswakMi Circle: I r FOR RENT GLADIOLUS BULBS Picardy '

t .i a Homestead municipal swtm- HAVE: HAT RIDE TONIGHTThe Three will present a program on the most spectacular and most

ming pool benefit tomorrow night Sub-Deb Cub and the Sigma -i foreign missions led by Mr* Koert- beautiful
I ever produced. -
. Homestead Club Phi held TOMATO LAND In Allapattah
In the Country by Alpha fraternity a Unto
to salmon pink color
Junior Woman Club of Homeiwead. at the home of Mill Gardens section fanned in tomatoes -
the Joint meeting A covered dish luncheon will Vigorous and well adapted ;

Dancing will begin at Helen West Wednesday evening I served at noon 'I three years ago now has to Florida grower conditions. Highest --

TO o'clock. I and made plans for a hay ride to beheld myrtle growth Rent 12 per acn
quality bulbs large site $2.IS
per year Other land entirely _
Miss Pearl Whltaker Mrs L. BDanzy this evening.
cleared f 10 per acre D. X.: Allen per 100 medium aim, $1.80 per
Mrs J. S. Morton and Mri Present were: Misses Betty

Herbert Turner are on the arrangements Bowen, Iva Dyal, Jane Keely I I Miami, Phone 2-5897 100 postpaid.by express Orders not for prepaid shipment

committee and Mra Marcia Gaurens, Alta Webster I I TOMATO OR POTATO land for large site, $1.(0 per 100, medium
Joel J. Robinson, Miss Mary Bradley Henrlette Hartman, Bobble Sum-
.... $1.10 hundred. No orderaccepted
rent at Goulds, Fla. Preston H per
and Miss Grace Hobson are In merlin, Nina Pearl Bush, Virginia I
Lee. (po 2S) for leas than $1 Special
charge of ticket aalei Frick Marvin Pritchard Carson E
prices per 1000. 11. T. Draper,
Malcolm Robert Earl Brand, Robert I
FOR RENT-4-room house, two Boykins, Va
SIX LOCAL CLUB MEMBERS Gauzens, Pierre McDaniel and I screened porches. running water -

CO TO FEDERATION MEETING Billy Arthur. garage, fruit trees, for GUAVA JUICE $1 per gallon.

Three representatives from the I I, couple. Apply W. W. SevcryRedd Jungle Grove Redland

Woman Club of the Redlands and MEN'S CLUB TO HAVE 's Dry Cleaners

three from the Woman Club of; LADIES' NIGHT NOV 0 CARISSAS, too qt. CUTTINGSand '

Homestead attended the meetingof The Presbyterian Mens Club FOR SALE SMALL PLANTS for aale

the Dade County Federation of, of the Homestead Presbyterian I Mss Geo. W. Kosel Jungle

I I Women Clubs held at the Harvey Church will have a ladles' night General FOR SALE-RIpe oranges tangerines Grove Redland road and Plum-

Seed Post clubhouse in Miami: I at its dinner meeting on Nov. 6, grapefruit fryers, eggs, .

Wednesday at the horn of Mr. and Mrs. A. F Public Utilitiesi Dr. Shanklin Grave H mile MISCELLANEOUSPIANO

The Redland Club delegateswere Arthur. I west of Florida City. o30-U))

Mn. Seymour Dane' Mrs Mr*. Arthur and Mrs. It S. TUNING an. repairing.

B. A. Waldin and Mrs, Geo. W. Wolfe will be the hostesses. i Phone IOS-M SPECIAL-Baby chicks Red, Good used piano for sale cheap

TumetV! Jr., and the Momeeteaddefecator I Rocks, Sufis $860 per 100.Scharr W. E.: Koon. III N. W. Srd SL

Mrs D. Feed and Supply Store

Wolfe, Mre.'Annie Butler and Mn. REGULAR MEETINGSThe (010 U) REAL ESTATEREAL
C. H. Held.ABKMI Orange Blossom drill team I LEGAL SAIL BOAT $30; skiff $20; ESTATE-Tims* who wantto

resumed meetings on Oct. 31 at j NOTICE or AWICATIOM. roe TAR punt $10. Lew Howe, Miami buy or sell Redland Districtreal .

CLUB TO SEKVEELECTION the 'home of Mrs. Annie Martin I (Mesa DCED Pill No. 1M Springs, Fla. (po 23)) estate will find up-to-date .

DAY MEALS Mrs Ruth Godwin was elected NOTICE IB HtKKRT GIVEN that listings In our office Many of
Plans for serving meals and holder. of Pub a 4Coantr and Broccoli .
treasurer to fill a vacancy created A H MeCULLOUGH alitrood TOMATO Pepper these listings are still at subnormal

sandwiches on election day at theHomestead when Miss Myrtle Counce movedto !I tko 7th oar Tax of Certificate hi,. A. D.No.IMS kM IM I plants Simons, car Silver Palm prices. We shall appreciate

fire station were made Miami MOM In mt oftloo. ana kM nods _1- Dr.. & Richard Rd. (s 4 tf) either Inquiries or
tin for a Ua oood to ko bo.o4 tkwoon. I your
at Its
Areme Club
the meeting
by Those present were: Mrs Myrtle amid. OrtlfloaU embraces Iho follooiot your listings, all of which will
Friday afternoon In the L O. O. F. A. Depew of Fort Pierce, Mn Bessie thumbed praportr the Coaster K tNMo, I MANGO CHUTNEY Sc an oz. or have our best attention Now is
..... at riorlHa. towlttNt4 Sic a pint Jungle Grove.
hall. Mrs B. O Branch and Mrs
Brady of Miami, Mrs. Godwin, I. of BWH of BKH of IEV4 N4 'I the time to buy: B W. Morrisnow ,

Albert Meybem will be In charge Mrs Alice Walters, Mrs Frances of s of 'C't o( BKH. mnivifol Town.ship I FRYERS Live or dressed. Free associated with H. A. Cameron -
In M
Miss Helen Livingston won the Coker Mrs Ellen Martin Mn nil II Io"'i.nee II Vast oonuln. delivery in city Phone 535-M. N. W. 1st St in Citizens

mystery package Bessie Saunders Miss Nellie Mae I Ill IS Acm none or looo. In tko. Oo.. > I.,I McEwen Poultry Plant Dank Did. Phone 72.SITUATION .
oi riorida .1
Those present were: Mrs Ben tr of Dodo stab
Martin and the hostess The Moooomont of MM. property imoW I
(i. Flowers.., Mrs. Fred Suber MrsWm. The club will meet on the first I tko aid -' "" Yard wed In UM aced I SMALL PLANTS and cuttings for WANTED

M Johns Mrs. Ceo W. Turner I and the second Thursday of each of P L HAINBBtlnlooo MM Mrtinott. shall bo rooioni- I I ssle Mrs. Geo. W. Kosel, Jungle

Jr, Mrs Branch, Mrs Meybem month at 8 p. m,'It was decided. I oil anorilni to law tile pravottr. ooaorlkM Grove Redland road and Plum- EXPERIENCED vegetable farmer
thor.li will be .ni,1 to the klikMt kMdor I
and Miss Livingston Tho Woodmen's Circle met that .. mer drive. wants
at tko Court h. UM dart on UM first Monmt position as manager or
I:1.BEItTFROSCIlER night at the home of Mrs Florence I 4* tko month of Docomkor. III. which foreman Capable efficient, hard
Rut : lo the Ilk oar o< Dooonihor IISIDoMl FOR SALE Guavas, So lb., onlyIn
PacettL Mn Coker a reportof i .; i iI worker. Best references Address .
HOSTESS TO WRITERS' CLUB: gave them Htk ol Ort* 1814K. small quantities Jungle -
the district meeting held in B. LRATHITRMANI I Box (43, Homestead
Mrs. Elbert Froicher was hostess I Clark of Otranlt Court Dad. OoantrCkmilt I Grove, Redland. .
;to the Sidney Lanier chapter of Pompano recently. I I Court 8.41 rktrlrn (03-30))
Others were: Mn BrN
present '
[the Chaucerian Guild at her horn I I Thelma Radford, Mn Godwin: i ( U II SO : Nov: S> WANTED Part-tlnie' Job by

in Florida City Sunday afternoon Mn Annie Martin Mrs. Walters : NOTICE or .,irATiow roil TAX ROSE HUSHES business college pupil. Leol
Mnr -L. L. Bow read two poems nicEi ; Little, 0 S. W. Third St.. Home
in the octave form "Blue Crane" I I Mn Blanche Brady Chapman Mrs. Ada Young Mn ,Necle I NOTIC.CIo.':..'.HKRBHY Rill Ma. ISI GIVEN that ; We offer select quality two

md "Hour Glass. Mrs Froscherread I Canal Boeurltloo. lit. holder of BUM and year budded roses $4 00 per doc. steadNOTICE
Beauty Secrets of the Florida Branch Mrs. Depew and Min Count Ul Cortlflrau Mo 4741 Land tko prepaid. Red Radiance, Pink "
pearl Whitaker. led < Julr A. D IISI kM filed "rarssaat to the ,rovllan..f $,elb." ,
Keys,' sn article written by I Mma \:F4 off/.. and kM nida oppllootkm Radiance, Columbia, Fres H. S04 at the BinklM Art of IMS Mtk !L
Mr. Froscher and Joseph Cauzens I I for a tan deed to ka .based thorooo Hoover Talisman, Luxembourg bender ..11'100' Fin N.tioOto.10
Electron BaM Certificate omkrUM tko fnllowlofdNrrlbod nf H__.. In the city of
read part of ""Beelezub a Theory pr..o.rtr In tko County of Dads, K. A. Victoria, Caledonia I Maim of KlurW. that the liability Im"W4,!
story hen Is writing Radio Club Talk Stab ml Florida toowit t Climbing Paul Scarlet, upon the koldoro nf than of Mo censers
Lota 14 a tl Vlk I. Carol RablMGoooti Mwk br UM protrMoM tWIIoii tltl
Mary"" Ferrell Dickinson read Club Boo Part I. n BuMo. I Climbing Talisman. V !. IborI w4 staining, M . a.Jsection j ,
several "Picnic 'Armis "The Elec- Flat. Book .. Faro lot I* tM Comity SI of UM Federal H-or.. Alt amam..dal..hall
poems, Earl Field spoke on I
of Dodo Btato of Plorlda Lone Star Rose Bush Co. OMM M Julr I. IMtBj .
tice," Wind Song." Brazilian Air tron Theory of Matter" at the Tko oooooomont of Mid property ands ..... of tko Board of DlrortonI .
Express and Tom-Toms'. Mrs meeting of the Redland District I 1' Mid rortlflrolo bound unu In the sea Deplll. Tyler Tex. I I. HrLENnoN CookWr":
,aft JOHN H. LIE: I II IQrt I.Mir Ml
A. C Easton shared notes on a Amateur Radio Club In the clubrooms Unions Mid errtlftraU iklll M rodtomodMaordlnc I
' I in .law. tko prupoTDr doxtrlbrdtkoroli : NOTICE O' APPLICATION FOR TAX
[plotting( tecfursa she is studying at the municipal swimmingpool
I' will ka wld to tko ": kldoorat HEIGHTS: no par plat DR II"
' Monday night The talk will : tko CouiVkouM dan on the first" Now od I* pint book 14. tk.Mr.-. LIBERTY REBEKAII LODGE be continued at the meeting next dor In MM month of _...... l><4. whl.-.; ...... of Dodo c.....". Mid. proponyiltuala I II NOTICE 18 HMIKHY UIVKN: IliilLltLAH
.la the Ito oar of Dooomkor. IBM I In MM oow.tr and itatoMtlafrlnt 0 RANKIIN holder nf Mal.
[FLANS FOR OFFICIAL VISIT Monday. f Dotod this Hot dor of Otakrr .." Said sal. b be had tie the peeps- of mat Oomt* To> Conlffeoto No. ll,,l. It.w4 .
Liberty Rebekah Lodge made constitution committee, I. E. B. LKATHKItMANClork : I I MM doiroo. I tko ttk ..r if Auinot A. U IVMkM ,
of Circuit Court. I w. W. COLSON JR. KM MM In .. off.... and koo ......
'plan. Monday night for the en- composed of Mr. Field, Charles Dooo Countr. special Master M Chacecery.8.Wuoat oppllrotkio for I Ul deed to ko I.......
I Circuit Court Saul 1'.1 a,0I..241 I tkorooll Sam Certificate iinkrMM UM
tertainment of the of the Froscher
president and Elbert reported
Clinton i Br N. C. BTrHBrTT '011..'.. described' ......., In MM Cu..Itr .
fjtbekah Assembly of Florid. that the drafting of a proposed I Oct IS M. II.... III NOTICE or APPLICATION FOB TAX 1 of rinds. state of r......... .....It :
'fin. Belle Shoenhorne of Tampa constitution would be com- 'I 1>KEIRonalo > Lot So Hlorb S, Franklin Suk.lnSubdi .
'I NOTICE OF AFPI.ICATIwW FOR TAX I ( Rill No. seal I ., PIM Rank I. Pin 14 li tliCoooir >
who will pay her official visit here pleted by the next meeting nr.fnSonata I NOTICE 18 HEREBY: GIVEN that I I of Do.... SUM of KtarMoTko ,
on Nov. 9.Tuesday. ( HIM No. .n : f. T CMatlanoon. holder nf SUM and loooooimm of Mid/ pniportjr u..4rr
jes.- NOT10S IS HbRKHY: GIVEN that !I ooMr Tax Uortlfloato No. S.I4 ...... tie tko MM. tmlflrau. hoed WM .. UM ram
evening five of the W. Have Week i, J. T. Ckrlatlonoon ........ of stab sad I .Ul dor Auauot, A. D. Inl. kM riled oft UNKNOWN
members Mrs R. W. Mulllns Mrs MMt Tea Certificate No. seen Income mm lo mr "',.... and kM maul apollfWclou U._ MM omirlrit iklll W rooVrmtkorrln .
Of Prayer ProgramThe i: !ko Ilk dar of Area, A. D huts, kM fllid I for a tl deed M b. bead thoroonMM -cording be law. she 0rani, d.a.b.d
Blanche Chapman, Mrs Ralph e MOM In mr or,.... and ...., ..... ap.pltmllon CortlflooU. onhrooM MM followingdourloid will ko raid to the titah-01 hMorrnt
Moon Mrs D. Wolfe and for a to. dad to ko hoard tkoro.oa property In the Comity of Dado tho Coort-koaM. door on tho first M"ndor .
Harry Woman's Missionary Society Sold Cortlflrato. omhraoM the folknrlni stab of FlorMo/ ....11' In tko month of Doormkrr ,.... which
Mrs. Gertrude CapUnger assisted : of the Homestead Methodist II' _I.... property In tho Countrof Tract 14. .. rniH Uad Co'". tub. lo Iho 7th dar of _...... ItM
with Initiation held In Palm Dado state of Florida, to.wH PIM. Book I. page IT In serum 1Townaklp Dotal thin. 1,
serves Church will give an all day Weekof Lot II Block. C. Door Pork, a Suh.dn I IS Bowk. Raw 4* Boat. E 1oI. hTrDodo: :.:A N
Rebekah Lodge In Miami and put Prayer program Thursday In Plat I. In test eo... containing I* mrrmt morn mf IOM In Clark of ClraoM tame,
[on a tableau portraying practical tr ;of Dodo.--r Florida.Tko I the County of Dado. SUM of Florida I ITs CblM Oo rt Soil rt';rWkBr >
\ the church: Mr*. Ceo Ransoa I niiMomint of MM property sees, I aiomauM of MM proportr amour i N r, BTrmuTT: tOrt. > <:
(work of the order.NEWT and Miss Jennie Lobdell will give the MM. orrtlflcaM hoped WM hi tie MOMof the MW oorUlfeoM Land WM M UM oaoMT ( ... II. SO: ...... 1\
Unless MM MrtlfHWU shall ko rodoruudaeoordlnc j MM OOrtUlMtt tall W rOllimNt ORDER roB PUBLICATION
to law the ropey diorrlhidIhorola nooordlnn to low this proport 4- too In MM Circuit tooH. ,u....... JodMolmM.
t G. BALL I will W now an the kt>hMt hUojrI id thorrln will bo MM W tho ktvkool. Md.b c. Dooo <'_". PfauIn
W. Maxwell SmithINSURANCE the Court-knuao doer on tho first Hon. f ol tko Couft-baoM taut mm tko tint ('0..aorr..o \ J. ;tar to the monUi of Potomhor. IIM which Monday In IW arctic of pioir>or. I.MwUemj FRANK PI fl.IA. PlolMlff .a FlA'''-
.otarr tontine I I .b tie ilk dar of Dooaojhor. IIMDotod .to tie ftk Mf of Ommmtw. ItM. KNC PUULIA. pif.i< >M. INmoo.
FIRE this. Hot day of OrtaWr '0'" I Dew kH. SM day ml OrtnW,. Inc It opFMrtM mr affidavit. ipprodnl MW
Il'fU'RAl'UJIl AMDH1DRED ""8.' AUTO STORM AND Lire E.' B LBATHKSMANCkrk I:. SI. LKATMEI.MAJI; .. kill f Hod In MM abuse owtod WOK UnitrLORKNLK
LIKES I of circuit Court, Clerk at circuit Court, = PVQLIA. UM DofoodonlIhoroln
Phone Mt-M Dado Oontr FloridaClmH Dodo County P'brwsBy *omod lo a __I".t .f the
U H. JUwte .... I Office In MeCrery Area** Court BoolBr I VIit f.rs Sad BUM of PhrMo. old .IMT rooidoooo kbnowo > .".
f I N. a ITKRRETT D C. M. C. ItElllm, O. C.OA. that. then lo no ponon hi UM
Oct. It, M, Nor .. Ill ( SS. Mi MM, .. IS) BUM ml ......... ho oonlro of oukwMnpon
when would kind asset OofowloM! and
NOTICE OF MASTKBB BALI I NOTICE or rrrmoM mst railOKAtaas UMt ok* Ie ovor the ... of twooty.i.toKorokr
NOTICE: IS HEREBY OIVLN Uses ..... LN'.".' _... hto.M
; lad kr rlrtuo of the Final Dooroa of Foro. rO WHOM IT HAT tXINCUlNi s.e.rsal.el D.fe.6et be ... .... ,.
Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick t ad.nd In that '' '' p ,...... salty .t> k n*>r ./... that UmtrmOtmml roou4rod to ap*'ao to the HIM ofloawWnt .
crsrludklol the Clreult Carta the KI.v.ak. / SARAN RK8KCCA HICNDI t filM h Mid MUM on or krfrroN
Clrrutt, In and for ...... Coon.Er ILK, wife ml C W. HMMrkh. t..... Florida hi Which Ernool B. Bokarta.m apply to one of UM JwliM of the circuit ..... -....... the allMatloM of MM kill
Graduate Oberlin Conservatory and Royal Plaintiff. and J. E. Grim, ol tx, anDofrndoMo I Cowl W tto E........ 1..1dttJ circuit of will 00 token M contained kr Mid Drfond-
bases Realty COM nuaiWrIIS4SC. riorU. M Hlo.l. DIldo Coo Mr. f'/ rIdo.
tko .-...... BoorM Math he s 1_ be sake rtanra of 4DnudM snit 10 further ..dored that thin ....., hepablbb.1
Conservatory of Leipzig In rhaaorrr.. ipoohiud. or too Court fa I menu .bar and Is baron- fmdadb our a truth for few _..
I mid Doeroo. will atfor for onto M puklla. In seen at to," a' U.o _Ion lo The .. ':._. e
I auction to tko Maktot nod koat kMdor forMok I A.. .. Mea.mboe 11. 1504. or ae sass ... pioor noblwkod to MM County and
at tko, Bootk front dead tko Court, i so I me ke beard. Btau.
PIANOFORTE AND THEORY bane ml Dooo Countr In tko city W HI.iml I .....1. Florida Utla Hot da> TAI. l.tk Bt., IIMB. .
Florida oa UM and dap nf NoromkorA ., 0.1.0., A. D. 1.14. M LCATHPMMAN.
D., 1904' kotwom the kaun nf atorniorlora I SARAH REBECCA HENDRICK Clark of tlrrntt r".art
A. M and two odntk F. .. tk1prooorlr (rim, ,.. Cmrl "Mal
Redland Road, Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1422 Illustrated to Mid. PRANK R. DOWLMOPothlamea CARR CARR Ey M 'rliihiill.oo
m fcado ronnlp, riortdo. "QwQ.1 SdW1w.6s. pouii I .III IHmlmUa {Ml' 'O LI'k
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THE LFADER ENTERPRISE Friday October 30.1S36T .
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"The Nation's Joy Smoke" 1.7.11 tCELL
1 Oc .
TOBACCO Q llb pkg. .-..-. : (
Regular 2 01. tin .un IOe

Chesterfields, Old Golds, EXCELL
Camels or Luckies !11 uuuu= Gram Crackers 13c
CIGARETTES 1lb.pkg..r
Per Carton(cash only)$1.t9 F.'Rl' AND S t. SPECIALS

Armour's or 24 3 for 25c
TOMATO JUICE Royal. Arms: OZ. cans, .

BULK Premier 32 oz.bottle Crystal White 2'11 lb.pkr. Octagon Soap or ;
Meal or Grits l\laplePancakeSyrup39c I Soap Flakes ....... t7c POWDERS !

5 lbs. 19c 3 pkgs. .......13c
rrr.r.rrr SUGAR, cloth bag, 10 Ibs. 53c i
Fancy,Whole Grain PhiUfps'
RICE Corned Beef Armours can :lSc Pork and Beans '
Target .
X lb. can 5e
5Ibs. rrr.rrrrr 25 cSUPERSUDS r-- '"

Pillsbury's Flour, 20 lb. bag 95c CLOROX

Soar Pitted No.2 Pure Gold Ih rat can Pint Bottles ................ 1St
3 pkgs. -....-. 25c Red Cherries_...__ 15e can I SYRUP _.._._........ 35e Qt. Bottles ................. 25e

Fresh' Shipped Eggs Georgia from doz. 36c

! Swift's Phillips Pine Cone Golden Ripe
JEWEL LARD PEAS,No.2 can..r r tOe I Com, No.2 can ..... lOe BANANAS ,,'

lb.fg.[ ....... 15c 3lbs. ......... 13c
Maxwell House Coffee,lb.Z7c
Bulk Red Chief i

Brown Sugar MILK (Any Brand) 3 ZZc DOG FOOD ,
cans Tall ....... 5e '
4 Ibs. ......... 25c can
Dixie )lb. l8c
Oleomargarine :
M"E nAVE AIL TIlE Give us your order for a
FOR YOUR FRUIT Gauze 6 rolls Ario TURKEY '.
CAKE Toilet Tissue 6...._. 25e Peaches,No.2 2 can. 15c Our PrIce Is Right .x;'

POTATOES Selected, 10 Ibs. 26c U f


Sweet Potatoes,51bs. :l7c Annil cklessr:: lb.Z4c

Yellow Onions, 41b s. lOc Western FANCY Chuck astlsC: POUND

Lettuce FIR URGE M BEADS 2 for :lSc Steaks (WESTERN. 'lb .Sc I
Round or Sirloin)
eEL E R Y,large selected stalks,each...tOe
BREAKFAST BACON,Armour's sliced,Ib..34c

L E 310 N S,fancy imported,dozen ........ 14c CII EES E (Wisconsin Cream) lb.........24c
CAR ROT S,large bunches,2 for..........13e FRYERS, (rom Local Farms) Ib. _r__.r 35e

} YORK COOKING APPLES,5 lbs. .........21c SAUSAGE 31 EAT,Country Style,lb....29c

Countr Roll Butter CIoverbloom lb. 35c

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