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: November 6, 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: UF00087294:00097
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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SOUTH DADE SOLID fOR Fw"o live R., "

I Election to Decide Church 1LCOX POLLS. SUBSTANTIAL 'JI!

I Hour Closing on Sunday ; MAJORITY OVER SWANSON ; I II

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I TO BE CALLED Hold to Advantages Gained and Try I PERRINE-SOUTH TOTAL VOTE

To Amend Tariff SchedulesWilcoxPointing

BY COUNCILONPEIITION. out that the -man I written at West Palm Beach !FIRST CAR PINE I Given Big Preference in .'.;M j jI

: \ of Canadian tariff on winter fruit!' just two dsy before b* was reelected I Homestead, Gould :,
and vegetable tram the United{ by I majority of more than and Perrine \ ;
: State ha afforded in additional I I to \, and addressed to the publisher i LAND TOMATOES I ;
) market for Florida agricultural\ of the Leader-Enterprise, LOTS LOSE EVERY .' '
product, Congressman Mark Wilcox was in part M follow:
suggest in a letter to the,' '1 have just read your flu editorial PRECINCT OF AREA 'J
Leader-Enterprise that If the reciprocal which appeared In your Oc-
Ministers Say Only Short; trade agreement Idea 1*' tober 30th issue of tile Leader-I I Old Age Security Amend
Time Needed to Get to be crapped, all the advantage Enterprise entitled "Roosevelt andTariff. Shioped Yesterday From ment Gets LargeMajorities .
gained by mean of these treaties You have dealt with ,Florida City by L R, 'I
willlwlo.The" .\ whin'Mr. UI'-._,trou'bl-.If J question ia a Becker: Co.
logical '
thing to do, logical, fair afe ppropriateJninner. -
PACKING HOUSES TO WUcex. "i* to hold on to aflof Then has been considerable Both Roosevelt and Wilcox,
BE EXEMPT IN LAW the advantage lye have gained hysteria engendered in this campaign Y h first carload of pine land swept to victory in the Democratic !
and try a* best we can to amend as well is a great dual of tomatoes to leave the Redland landslide Tuesday received substantial -
All any Improper schedules that may feeling because: of the misrepresentations District for the 1B3 season wi majorities in South Dad*. .
Agree Vegetables have crept In." made by the ;BepubUcanta hipped by the L R. Becker Packing Every precinct from forme '
Must Be The letter from the = J1'NI-' ,, to the effect of the Cuban trea Ca. from Florid City yester ('1) to Florida. City ShippedAssured ty. A* you know. I have always day. leader of the New Deal for a
,I insisted upon'every possible Picking wa* started Monday second term. Homestead by a vote
by the city coyncll oft BRIDGE HEARINGSLATEDNOV.17AT:protection for our Florida vegetable -' and, the. tomatoes began, coming of M5 to 136 or more than I to ...".
Homestead (bat no time will bet I! Pr'owfa.,> }insisted thaj jul into, th iTuMday., }. rerrtn* also l gave him a majority -
lost in calling an election en citywide vegetable'schedule* should be retained Tho qu'OltyW=4' UM yield ; In the same ratio and OouUi
closing during church hours at a high level and strenuously fair, Mr. Becker aid, and future (68) endorsed him by a 4 to I vote.
if such aa election I* requested by opposed any reduction of, picking will be belief M a result' The President's majority fa
It per cent of the voters, representatives FERRY LANDING existing schedules. of the rain that fell in this section: Princeton was not great but considering -
of the Bedland District t I "At the came time, we cannot on Wednetdayi the fact that precinct I*
Ministerial Association announced! 'escape the fact in the ease. The Mr. Becker uld that hi" house' a stronghold of Republicanism,
at the council meeting Monday Concerns Plans for Con:Cubsu trade agreement has not would auk no further carload surprise was expressed In many
night that they would start circulation version of Railroadto had the adverse effect: which many shipment.,this week. The only quarter that Roosevelt carried It
of petitions immediately.The people claim that U has. For ex- other shipments were tess-than- at alL Pie carried th*Silver Palm
electiod JnI1hod'w.* advised Highway (Continued en Pg rive) corked Jot from the packing precinct a narrow margin.
by City Attorney Ira C. Haycock I house of Joe Torriee also of FlorIda Wilcox lost to Swanson In the
because of the fact that the Plan. for reconstructing causeways Qy. following South Oade precinct:
local picture how I* operating and bridge of the Overset ;WILL PROTEST The tomatoes shipped this week I Princeton, 103 to 143; Silver Palm
on Sunday a* the result of in Railroad for use as link ia the were frown In the high pine land I 30 to 14; Redland, 48 to U and
election held for the purpose of Oversea Highway will be considered sections: adjacent to Homestead I Florida City, IS to 8. His big majorities -
deciding the Sunday how ques at a public: hearing to be held POWDERED ROCKROADSURFACING and Florida City. 1r.I* the tint I In the Homestead, Perrlne
tion. He held thai because of this at Lower Matecumb at 2 >>. m., of the fall or early crop that ia; and Gouldi precincts, however,
the council had no power to grant' Tuesday, Nov. 11, ia the construction I planted while the Bade or main brought his total South Dad voteto
the request of the minister by camp mess ban near the farming area li itlll too wet for! 1,009 a* compared with the Republican -
ordinance alone. ferry landing, according to I no- ---- I farming operations. Glade planting' Swansea' total of 769.
If 15 per cent of the city' registered -! tic issued frpm Jacksonville this I Lions la just getting under way for the I A determined drive by Town
voter sign the petitionfor I i II week by Lieutenant-Colonel Earl, Appoint crop that will begin to coma In senditc for Swsnson. combined
the election, it can be called I North U. S. district engineer who: to Appear COmmittee:1 toward January and will reach I Its I with early campaign sentiment
within 80 days, Mr. Haycock ..ld.1 I I will conduct: the bearing.Th I peak in February and early March. among torn grower to register a
In reply a* whether they would !'plan submitted by the I : I protest over lack of tariff protection I
want the ordinance closing: all Oversea Road and Toll Bridge the both
I A protest against continuing by voting against Roosevelt -
businesses from 10 to 11 a. m. District of Key West show tilt I road repair method whereby powdered 2 TALKIE FILMS and Wilcox, had Democrat
and7tafp.m.taapply to packing work proposed for the conversionof rock it thrown on a freshly worried especially with regard to
house where perishable fruit the old Florid East Coast Railway oiled road nuiac to blow away I II the Incumbent congressman'
brought In on Saturday had to be line between )Lower Male a* dust later *s damage the eyes,I TO BE SHOWN\ ATR.D.I.AJEETING i chance In this lection. .Aalt
packed and shipped the ministers cumbe and Big Pine :Keys from I lungs and cars of motorist and minute realization that Wilcox
present the Rev. A. A. :KoettHne railway to 'highway. No new the trees and homes of grove own-" had done all In his power! to fet
and the Rev. C. N. Walker, said causeway sections are proposed."ers, wp be made to the Dade I II protection for Florida grower, and
they were reasonable and would Existing causeways will be wideif- County commission by a committee that the policies of the New Deal
be willing to exempt such businesses ed to provide a 20-foot roadway I appointed at the meeting. of the had resulted In higher price for
from the effect: of the ord- the the'elerstVon of these causeway,! Redland District Lion Club Tuesday I ""Play Ball" Shows Scenes Florida vegetable! In spite of no
inance. being ", -.sown b): the amount night in the Dea. ,pa Silver and Start of Recent tariff te believed to have played
J O. Wynn, chairman of the necessary to secure the materialfor Palm cb'Iv World's Series a large part in turning the tide for
committee appointed to consider the widening. The existing The committee, appointed after, the Democratic nominees In the
a proposed list oT prefects for the bridge will be widened to pro* Claude Allen brought the Question I southern end of the county
six year WFA and PWA program vide a X-tot roadway by ,reinforced before the meeting I I. composed Election of director will be expedited la company with some 40 other
reported the' committee felt that concrete construction on top' of W. O. Talbott Mr. Allen and by the Redland District 1 Florida counties. Dad County
HIT project should tie recommended of the existing struct res." Lawrence r. Improvement Allocation Monday I (Continued on Page Five)
it." time ia view of the dJ.oIcomplete to make for the allowing
There will be 'no material Earl Middteton, Miami jewelei eight way -:
lack of financed and,_absence change la the horiaoatal or vertlc and merabes ot that Miami LIoN, of two found movie lUmsi "The' POLICE COURT
of any prospective sourcebf cat characters, of these bridges.accordlnd'to Club, spoke on "Precious: Stones.' Gift of Monterums" and 'Play: In police court Monday night
financing the sponsor's *har* of th 7'lII\Jc\!. vAn I Charles L Ooley made a inree-, Ball," Wm. W. Johnston, presidentof Leslie Waldron forfeited e tire
any project. anti the Interested parties rare invited (Continued on page Four) the association, announced Wed dollar bond'UI1 a charge of drunk-
The budget ordinance ta im present or to. b* represented -: nesday.In' I new, and Fred Noble Wa sentenced -
ordinance authorising OH III'tItt at the hearing, particisturry MIS. DYAL TO GIVE: OUT "Play BalT> mack under the to pay a fine of five dollars -
and park department to work navigation interest and the of- UOK* DRIVE CLOTHING auspices o< the American League or spend six day in jail ana
city prisoners were both liven tidal of any county, city, town, or w-.+ '1 tec the -General Motor Corporation disorderly conduct chare ActIng -
their third and final reading' .and, 1 local-assorlntinn: whose. interest, Jleady children .f the Homestead -. many shots of She recent Mayor Tom J. Harris presided.
.adopted. ; ; may be affected by the rcomtruetiost schools may obtain clothing world eerie game are shown. James Bryant wa ordered to
'R P.-T A. TAG DAY CLAM M propmed. They will b* which was accumulated In the recent .Johnston tald, and stars of the pay a fine of lea dollar or spend
Club League speak from the five day in Jail and James Edwards -
fit FOB SCHOOL UBRAIT given an opportunity to express Redlsnd District Lion Americas
their views upon the suitability I drive at the horn,'iof'Mrs. J:. J. screen and how by stow motion received t enteno of ten
Thirty-six dollars wa clearedby Of the location and the adequacyof : Dyal on N. E. Eighth street an how they play their positions.Among dollar or ten day on a charge of
the P.-T. A. Tag day drive the plan to reference to navigation next week, Mrs. Dyal, who I* those who talk are also carrying deadly weapons Botli' art ,
Tuesday for the Homestead school and to suggest change: I chairman of the Homestead Par- Judge Kenneeaw Mountain Landls, negroes
library, according to Mrs. FrankB. considered deslreable In the interest ent-Teacher Association welfare. arbiter of the baseball world Con- Five other negro raw wee" di*>
B. Rue, who was ia charge. of JlliVi Uon. i committee, (aid;lain flight: CCbffflufl) << on Page Two)' boy1d Ofjry }.ft. t 1II1m.

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1 Pave! Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday. November 6, 1936 ,4

Mrs. Payne's Mother I Earl Fritter of Kansas City Mo.1;I through the continued Improvement -
CAR OVERTURNEDBY three sisters: Mrs Maude Mc- 'SO IMERS URGES i of the public school and this
Dies After Short Illness
I Bride of Jefferson City Mo.. and II can be accomplished\ only \\f parents t
MULE IN ROAD Mr S. L. Bayainger and Mrs J SCHOOL VISITS I and ciUkens will tales real
Mr*. Nellie Edith Fritter, mother A. Allison both of Roila Mo.; five, interest in schools, become acquainted -
of Mrs A. A. Payne, and former -I grandchildren Mimes EUnor and with the Inside workings
RHENEYJNJURED : president of the Alabama Federation Emily Payne and Wro. C Payne: of I ALL NEXT WEEKWants and teaching and then offer their
of Women' dubs, died at Homestead and Beverly Jeans constructive criticism"TALKIE
and James E. Fritter Jr., of Kansas -
I the Payne borne In Redland Monday ,
Four Ribs Fractured Oil I I City MOoCharacter Parents to
morning and was burled at
Agent's Condition Pain Dothan. Ala., her former home I Theme of American FILMSContinued .

ful but Improving Wednesday afternoon. She was Education Is Education Week I
ill only a short while.
Homestead P..T.A.Theme
( From Page One)
W E Rheney, loci oil distributor Mrs.: Fritter,who was 72 year old,I L. B. Sommers, principal: of the nie Mack, Jimmie Fox, SchoolboyRowe
I It In Port Graduate Hospital was born In Flora, III. but pent I Character Education wa adopted Homestead schools, yesterday and a host of other
with four broken rib differed molt of her life in Alabama. She,I a* the theme for the year's programs urged that every parent and citizen Many picture of the tropic are
when the ear he WM driving turned served many :year as president of I at the Homestead P.-T. A. In the community visit the shown In "The Gift of Montezuma
over after sideswiping I mull the Presbyterian Auxiliary In executive board meeting In the schools some time during the coming which depict the manu-
in the center of the road stout Dothan, and during the World I Neva King Cooper School Monday week, Nov. 9-19 which ha facture of chocolate from the growing "
War of the Houston
hundred yard mouth of the Florida wa afternoon. Mrs S. L. Dickinson been designated throughout the of the cacao bean in Central
City Canal bridge the Oversee County chapter of the AmericanRed I nation a* American Education
on Is the program chairman. and South Anferica to the wrapping
Highway He had managed to Cross. She came to Homestead Principal L. B. Sommen announced Week with"Our American School i I of the finished candy bar In iI
escape hitting another mule that a :year ago.from Panama I a/ Work" a* the general theme..
that next week would be I I the great factories of the Hershey
with the when
tood in the road just a few yards I Payne family I National Education Week and said "The Homestead schools wish I!Chocolate Corporation.
to the mouth of the one that caused Mr. Payne became president of that all parent would be welcometo to do their part In getting parent, The public i* invited, remind
the First National Bank of Home I
the accident attend the various school I better acquainted with opportunities -: Mr. Johnston.
Mr. Rheney was thrown out ai stead. clu_. Letter have been pre- offered their children," Mr. :
the car turned over The other 1 Service were conducted in the pared by all pupil asking their I Sommen said in invitation given -i Our Perfect .Opt metric
occupants of the ear, Mrs. Rheney Homestead Presbyterian Churchby parent to visit the school bn out for publication "Won't :you I
and Mr. and Mr*. Landon Carneye I the Rev E. L. Nelson, pastor day or Tuesday, he aid. Mon-I please act aside a part of some day Service Will
and Mr*. J H. Vlccelllo who with I II Monday afternoon. Turner The executive board between Nov. t and 15 to visit
,I }tt Rheney had been on a fishing : eral Home hipped the body run-I buy a series of Instruction your school It I* a duly you 1
excursion on the Rheney boat, '.- Miami Tuesday morning.Mr. I for the public peaking clauses 'owe to your children. : tii,(."" Vi raped Injury. Theear did not gd and Mr*. Payne and their taught by E. B. Blackburn It "Ths -free common school i*
In the ditch after hitting the mule I'I two daughter. Misses ElInor and I I wa announced that the, districtmeeting ,America's'greatest gift to humanity -
Mr. Carney ran -to Homestead Emily Payne, went to Oothaofor I will be held in Fort Lauderdale > It4hl.tMuon* to stand, we, '. bra 'NeuensehwanderGonaales -
for help, but in the meantime the the funeral and plan to return this: Thursday. Mr*. J. Tear must educate the.great masse of
truck carrying the mall from. Key week. Mia Emily: Payne wa attending *I yams sad Mr*.Paul.BeaoIdI were' chiUreauIoAmerk. .: ) ,$.. r .
West came on the scene and ; .
brought Mr, Rheney and the two for Women at Tallahassee and the cafeteria windows. for the future development otourdenocncy ; .,
women' to'the hoepitaLMr I joined her family there. I The.P-T,A. will have Its sex than the American public ma*i-itrr .. \ I
Rheney Mid last night thai Besides Mrs. Payne Mrs. Fritter -, membership meeting on Nov. 11: schoolThe only sure way to Venetian,Arcade MON
her huiband' condition i* painful I* survived by a eon, James: In the school auditorium. safeguard out democracy: I*
but 1 Improving ,
satisfactorily ---------- ------ ---- -
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Church Program Will .

Honor Older PersonsA I .. .
11\'I :i

program honoring the older : I
people In the Redland District will
be held In the Homestead Baptist
Church Sunday morning at 11
o'c'lock and a present will be given 1937 Silver Streaks j

to service the oldest person attendingthe a

The committee in charge of the
program I* Mrs. J. R. Doraey, Mrs.
Vera Summerlin and Mrs. W. D.
The program Is a* follow, A LOOK-A -AND YOU'LL DECIDE
hI mil I by the congregation; wetliv !
I address by Mr S. L. West

mrt n gioup of children; response 'DE \
blIl.- Julia Polk; hymn by male
chorus composed of R. E. Edwards
C I Gault E. L. Lawrence S. L.
W ,t. Alvin Campbell, J. R. 'RutI -
''n4Id Harry Diehl; reading by
M C H. Rice; hymn by the con-
c I' a"lIon i ; poem by Mr*. MaryF i
Dickinson I ; presentation of
rc I' to oldest person present; anthem .
by choir; address by Mrs C
N Walker; hymn by the congregation <,
benediction by the Rev C.
N W.ilker.

Drs. Shanklin Continue ..

Their Health Lectures

Lectures by Dr. Lloyd C. Shank
lin md his wife, Dr. Irene Austin
Sh nklin. will continue today and
next week at the Shanklin home on

Rcdland road and Palm avenue S .'
with Mrs. Shanklin lecturing In the FOR 1937 \ : ... .
afternoons and Mr. Shanklin at

night BIGGER CAR '
The schedule la: 1:30 p- m. today, t..
'Balancing Your Meal'; I p. m. AMERICA'S FINEST LOW-PRICED CAR
today 'Your Type According to SOTfff VALUE I

Your Diet; Tuesday, ISO: p. m., The Crowning Achievement of Pontiac's
Alkaline and Acid Foods"; Tuesday -
I p m., 'Why Do People Suffer Policy of Giving More for LetsRIMIMBIR GREATER ECONOMY
Headache. Constipation and

Nervousness; Thursday, ISO: p Matter what full Ire Inches blggv-and who a MOM MMMHA chic TtAK: tTTUM tAKITimvtMiAUD '
M "How to Retain Youth, Beauty
and Health"; Thursday, I p. m., business yes difference that makes la room-uses MVMAUIM atAinu Lowers wtniur
"How to Recognise Type of People have on hand-be sure to see the riding CM, smartness It1 a*ewe ..
IMI- MCN OM eAND in MOl ow tU4Mt .
and their Health". IMT Ponttaes.. You'll be well repaid, bestir vahs-milJuJ with Mesafor
At g p. m. Friday Dr. Lloyd Pomtee ha built a now six and basis sJvaatiaisnu than any now MMSMM AltO sing 1m COMfAIT.

Shanklln will make a food demonstration sight that have M counterparts is ear at Its price. A 4 it Is even score aster -.aID IcfWaMftI! OMf 'M

for health.illustrating food value the history snotoring. The Ufa- acoaomk than lad year's cause, LMOIII waist soon! w MOM peg
light*of the 1M7 Pontiac*are show omckl eeoaoiny champion of its '
What was your childhood am- et the right. 8.ewe this i mpasing prica-clMBr Came In_ace the latest, DOOM .'AMUCTMU THIWa u._ /5050'

bttionr list can give yea only the faintest vestal width of the saostbMin4 M MAT IMNOOIIIO nH.AC1WM MM meets
"To wear my dresses long--and
motion o( bow eonpletaly PcsMiacha thing on whaala-fct raw ewe eyes Of ejINMAl atOVOM
It was reaUxed. I don't know any
overturned previous Ideas of prove that everything points to
one who wean them longer. I
Christian Science Monitor. what a lowprlc ear abouM be. Pontlae for 1917 It I*_ Amerfea'e t
The new Silver lInN I* big.rserve Foe glad cur.

Turner's.....11.. AMBtTAXfE Lady Funeral Attendant SERVICE Hose PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO. {

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Phone Mf HomeeteaA r. .

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Friday November 6,1936 TilE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pace Three

his boy hatl done to wiry the notional Walton Nurseries team which entered II
CLUBS TO MAKE Redesigning of 1937 Chevrolet to Be
*.M4.Bevo the bit Coast League at a j
Webb Wm. J. Qeronlmo meeting in Miami last week. Mr. U "!
JOINT STUDY OF and C. R Steffani were chosen Walton plans for his team to playat ShownIIereTomorrowCost$26,000,000
captain of tkn attendance' Name least one game locally, each
that will compete)for the privilegeof week. The schedule call for The 1837 Chevrolet for the production I ment time but this year Chevrolst
PALM CEMETERYLifting I eating a chicken dinner at the I home-and-home genus with the of which $ .000,000 was I boa produced an entirely new cat
expense of the two low teams, thesecondlow ether team once a week. expended in retooling, new machinery I for It31. '
team to share only I and rearrangement of I It to became of the complete redesigning -
Other entries in the league which
of Mortgage and half.* much of the expense II the I starts play Nov. 25 are: Fort Lauderdale plants and assembly linn will be of the 1837 models that j
on display tomorrow at the showroom -I such a Urge expenditure for retooling -
Beautifying: of Tract team weak the lowest percentage I .-W10D, Dunn Bus,
of attendance of Bird Chevrolet Co, local and rearrangement was
University; of Miami and the YM
Are Objects Chevrolet dealer.W. Mr. Bird pointed out.
I Dr E. Moomaw a teacher in CA Triangle. necessary
Homestead High School, sang two R. Bird president and Fred
Committees from the Homestead tenor solos at the luncheon Wednesday The Homestead team so far 1* Suber, vice-president of the com- Amateur magician: "Will the
Rotary Club and the Redland District composed of Ansel Barrow, Rich- pany, returned Tuesday: from gentleman In the second row please
Lions Club wlU hold a Joint I ard McCormick, Roland Tolson, Jacksonville, where they, with 600 lend me his hat"
meeting within the next few days Lloyd Field D. II DelUnger, Gene other dealer and sales manager, The gentleman: "Not until you r
to discus a proposed plan for paying -I ADULT TEAMS TO Campbell and Garland Wynn. attended a showing of new Chevrolet return the lawn mower you borrowed j
off t mortgage on Palm Cemetery The tint practice was held Sun- car and trucks and by meansof last summer,"-Atlanta 1
at Naranja only burying] I day In the school gym: with Coach moving pictures saw the I9ST I Two Bell
ground In the Redland District and PLAY CAGE BALL Theo J. Bleier In charge of drill. Chevrolet In performance under

for rehatlUtlng the physical appearance -! varying conditions
of the tract GIVE DANCE FOR MASONS "The fact that one of the largest. I
The mortgage amounting to approximately SATURDAY IV MIAMI sums ever appropriated by the automobile -
12,500, can be paid Thy Masters and Warden industry for changeoverof
off at ten than SO cent on the I I ciation of Mason I I. giving a machinery was expended to
dollar, Herbert Turner told the i Walton Nurseries Enters for Mason and their friends A.Ieo-I produce the 1937 Chevrolet, gives i
Rotary Club in bringing the ques in East Coast urday at 8 p m. in the & an inkling of what the motorists. of
Squad I 115 S. W. 2nd ST.
tiontteforr that organization last i Temple at MiamI. Ticket America may expect! when the cars
week, and he advanced the sug League dance may be obtained free of 'are revealed Saturday," Mr. Bird
le.tlolat\ the necessary sum charge by Mason from the secretaries laid. I 1
} could be raised If 44 persons would Homestead basketball fan will of their respective lodge He Mid that the usual pro-
" '"'ftoli [twcUotl at 11130 aplecd.Me have an opportunity to tee at least The secretary of the Homestead cedure in automobile manufacture Cash and Carry Prices I
+4o-hj,'eemet.ert"UVHtecf'inthe one fast adult game of basketball Masonic lodge I* W. B. Cave I* to make new model with cer-!
South Dade Cemetery Association each week according to plan made Henry Bebren i*secretary of the tain change one yea and other Majrlag Appliance Throughout f

*,,which ii composed almost by W. K. Walton sponsor of the Naranja .lodge. change the following announce ,
' entirely of those who have bought
G lots in the cemetery.

M(. Turner sal4 that roads
i through the cemetery are In disrepair Tku
,t and with the weeds tract I and* sadly It seems overgrown ; 193Dke

I that little Interest in rehabilitating -
, its physical appearance can be
wakened as tong as there exists
a mortgage whereby the property, .' CWn4.k Caq.GnTT& ZW '
may be turned over to private interests ,
at any time. The Rotary
Club president J. R. Brooks, appointed -

ronimo the Clarence speaker Parman Wm.and J. Ge-Er- ON DISPLAY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7 .

nest P. Robert on a committeeto
study the question Jointly with
the Lion Club which Tuesday: 1u
night appointed as its committee, /
Cha G. Turner, George W. Turner ,
Jr., C. N. Walker and J. Q.
Wynn. 1




Three Attendance Teams I

Organized: Wednes-

day for Contest ,

; -
.George X Merrlck chairman of
the Dade County Planning Boar .
I* scheduled a* the speaker for
Dxt}Wednesday' noon luncheon
oi the Homestead Rotary Club. L(

B.: Sonuner, program chairman .---- -.._.. --.-.._-- -
for November* announced *t this ,
the following Wednesday. In observance
of American
Week the )Rotarians will hthelg'luncheon Muck man powerful, murk...... (was ow"Amm"seeks are Lary.)
In the HomesteadSchooLQ aldrited,and the thrift king of Rc"nfnl *4 ererywlwr the. safest,
Its price class smm'ibeat. .aunt dependable brakes
fetria and become betterjtftiualnted -,
built.IMPROVED .
with methods and i;, I t's the newest of all IW-priWd
standards of instruction In force
now a* compared with those that NEW ALL-J1LENT,
existed when they went to school I ALL-STEEL BODIES ears..new in every feature, fitting OLtDINOKNEEACTION *

Commuting between Homesteadand Wtt imiirtu Tom T CIM.MIMHUkw RIDE
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Kansas City 1* too much like I} nmnhr matt hlluro".d and fabric. also the most thor- (II.L -l.
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hard work. George N. Wakefield: I the firer iH-tVoi bodies. combittmjsilence P1""'" two
said in a talk to fellow Rotarians I! triih...ft ly. oughly safe, the most thoroughly Action IUM*smouilxnl to U the" riJe w iJ'.afest,
atLthe meeting this week Mi '!
Wakefield adviser of the Homestead -:,
proved the most thoroughly de-
Chapter, Future Farmers of
with two membersW
'';the chapter recently returned STYLING pendable. Visit your nearest ClievSHOCKPROOF STEERING
from the second trip in two month Mating bit new 1937 Chevrolet $q' the middle-western metropolis, smarted and most duunctive rolet dealer. See and drive the 8acvia,sodriving true and ,iI".IIo"I."ba&
where the Homestead chapter woo all low r-ri<*
second place in the chapter contest complete car-completely new
at the national F F A. con- .
vention. Mr Wakefield told OENUINI FISHER
about the convention and the workDR.M.A.BEUGER CLASS ALL AROUND

.EdmlMIwi draft, smoke. windshield .<<-..-/ e.4 gaAmo f ,.orMy as M_ Mm! ...<* aafr.The finest'I..1I11.eIHne'safety
domling. -promaiing ....11... tatntari. "--' M_ 1__ p..OI, a..r a _poor_ plate glass,lorliwlej a*standard
safety. dews,Af..Guess, sieges, anei .... pm nt.

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Fridays .t Home- n Littler

l..d. Fit., fcr the South Dad

FabUshlng C*. ''uIf Bird

UNteIlER .._ Editor
L Told Usthat
Entered at second claM nail

utter March S. 1312, M the peat!
.die* at Homestead. Florida, ender ,
the Ml of Man 2. 117*. -- the decision of more than a
- year ago which took some more
Sfa PRICE. 81.94 A YEAR .. land out of the city will be appealed
\ In the name of a local taxpayer .
_t no cost to the city or the tax- X
American Education payer. t
\ L-
Week ". *

The week beginning November .. -that in spit of the announced

9. 1938. will mark the 15th annual OJ.O.eIIJA's r decision of the city council Monday
observance of American Education I night a list of projects for the city
Week sponsored by the National -- .QATTLEtNi4.E'.E r of Homestead nw b* submittedfor
Inclusion ilx-year pro i,
Education Association In cooperation 1 ..ffHmYGGORG&
with tht U. S. office of education gram of the Dade County Planning '1

and the American Legion. At.bND Board. )
e *
American Education Week n a
movement la becoming of more s y1OF -that the new traffic cop I* not
and more Importance In the development r mentally handicapped in his ope- I
of national Ufa. In H33 rations by knowing toe much about I
A.eCAIJ/ the speeders he chases-.and for
mote thirty-five proclamations r \
were issued by governor of FI.OJ/IJ,4. the most part only politely warn

the several states, urging the slg- / them at present.
nitl,<'.lnce: o( American Education :-I
Wrote. President Harding was "
th? first prwkhmt to laws a proclamation .
to \jsf country.: He was
followed by President Coolidge In
(Continued From Page One)
1920 and by President Roosevelt t
talk the Lion consti
in 1H38 minute on

Six minion adults visited our I tution.
puujic, schools during EducationWe Edward Clarke professor in the
University of Miami school of music -
k in 1939 many of whom parti' -
lusted, In dlacuraloni of local, 1, 4it I was presented In a number of '
..1'nd( national problems of Ir folk longs, eowboy songs, old English -
edt.uitlon.. Emily ten million layman ballad and "home folks'
In longs" which he sang to his own
were, one way or another
brought closer to America's great -.0.', guitar accompanimentCurtis
bulwark i of democracy, the 'public Tax CW11y ." ;;. .. E. Lee, chairman, and
Jack Peters, B. E: Gatlin and J. R.
lei?H>U. Well should this be for AUIGATO&Iff
ALBINO of the Lions
Hlckson members
never in the history of the world ,
CAPTfY/rr. drive committee reported -
wo education men needed to clothing
that the garment had been
enable the Individual to interpret
his social turned over to the school P.-T. A.
personal, national and
international problems than it is GEORGE K.: END. of Arcadia, Florida, has that matt packers us* every part of pig but th* associations to be sorted, gradedand
tod.iy. The solution of these become famous a* th* Mriginater .f something dlf- squeal Mr. End does sven nor_he sells the distributed to needy school
tab! canned rattlesnake rattltsnakt'i rattles 1 children. Mr. Jane O. Meebltt.t ,
problems can be had In no other ftnnt far Hit titan I
way than through proper education meat! la hte.wiiqM Florida factory every park The strange whit and light-orang ALLIGAI I t I community nurse will' ba asked to

.t th* tb is tais*
But the people need to be more tk* boom sad tottfc Belts heels covers sad Iwnp'ls purely a freak and not a species It I* normal arttetar of clothing: contributed will doth
enlightened as to the function of afcaas* .*.. tsa* from th* skin jKattitsnaks all in every way except in color. Evidently, this wask I a* she know where they
> most good,
the.public schools-their place in artiintot. frets the fat sad eves tilt skajs, :rtavwd before hatching II,. its failure to develop Barley B. Core, program chair

the social order their scope their :_atal..***** *a4 fag .an tUL It haa- bees belt. ylfmtM cols in Its akin after the embryo ittg man tor November; aimoitnced that

plan, their possibilities, the de- Dr. ElIsha A. King of Miami U
nuind their upon enemle them, and the motivesof WHY THE SUNDAY SCHOOL? ( Sunday school Give it YOUR sup I scheduled meeting on to his talk recent at next trip to week'Nor-

During the annual observanceof port.GO
Shower Baker
-- TO SUNDAY SCHOOL way. Mr* Ruby
Education Week the leader la
BY A. A. KOBSTLEf moral education they" are fitted NEXT SUNDAY. THROUGHOUT will sine
public education and
public-spirit for for domestic THE REDLAND DISTRICT NO-
citizenship, responsibility -
ed The Sunday school I* th* greatest I
citizens' are placing more emphasis I In shad'
and for religious ser- VEMBER 8th IS RECOGNIZEDAS "A lazy man asleep
on the function and the 'I agency In America for the moral ,vice. The Sunday school it the "GO TO SUNDAY SCHOOL I* a more valuable community asset .
needs of the public schools. This education of youth. Lest than greatest agency In America today SUNDAY." WILL YOU BE than a hustler who stirs up
year the general them for American :one per cent of Juvenile delinquency for tile accomplishment of these THERE? nothing but trouble."-Ix.:
Education Week I* "Our I .
American Schools at Work." : In the United State I* purposes. -----
found among regular Sunday Christianity it a personal touch Observe November 11 With ArmisticeTo
school attendants. Through this and,.power because It deals with I ,
Artesian Water In Florida the Individual Salvation Is a per- Prevent Auto Crash Deaths, Is Plea
sonal affair. Sin 1* a personal II
Artesian v.ater, one of the most yield copious amounts at water to entity. Therefore the Sunday Tallahassee, Nov. -(FNS)- and future care of accident vie-.
valuable natural resource of the well Th measured now of Silver school deal with the Individual "I know of no Utter Armisticeor Urns flu to be paid for by public
Florida peninsula, .Is the source of Springs one of the largest has person bring him to the knowledge I no more humanitarian activity and community funds, stated the
most of the large and many of the been more than 800 million gallons of God's word presents him than a concentrated drive on reckless safety director.
mail water supplies in the area, a day a quantity sufficient to to Christ teaches him Christian careless and discourteous I
according to a repot Just published supply any one of the large cities ideals, urges him to be loyal to the I I I drivers by your post and every other RESOLUTIONS or RESPECT
a* Water-Supply Paper T73-C by of the United State except New I I Father,
government true to the flag; demands post in Florida, wrote Asher Whereas our Heavenly
the United States geological survey York City. Well supplied by the that he b* temper ite, Frank, state safety director, in his In His infinite wisdom called from
department of the interior, artesian formation pre present righteous, clean, IOber'1 I I personal Armistice day message our midst, our friend and brother
and obtainable from the superintendent throughout the peninsula and range faithful to home, to church and to sent this week to American Legion Alfred Doyle; and whereat Brother -
of documents,, Wsshlng- Iin depth from less than 100 ft Cod. headquarters throughout the state. Doyte'i life, both public and
,Iou, for SO cents The largest to more than 1,090 feet and In yield school ofall "Declare an armistice on the fraternal having been a living ex-
The demands
amounts of water *r* used foe Irrigation from a few gallon to several thousand Sunday undivided terrible daily daughter of Innocents empltfication of our teachings;
of crops In coastal arras, gallon ft minute. In. people and support sympathy on the streets and highwaysof ,and whereas his counsel and guld
in irrigation: district, a* In Sem.- large part of the peninsula, chiefly encouragement our state through motor accidents ante wilt b* to'greatly missed
node, Manatee and Sarasota counties along the coast and in the Many parents do not reallzej ," he appealed. "Let Us dedicate within the lodge room and his
and also by Jacksonville andsome southern part wells will overflowat what a tremendous opportunity) ourselves to end this slaughter. charitable acts remembered by hisneighbors
of the other cities. the surface. The height to the Sunday school affords. Every'I' Cod, in giving you wisdom end his fellow cniaens
Th principal artesian formations which water will rise above thesurface parent should aecompaay his child!to drive in automobile, certainly and where** In hit passing Into the
are the Ocala limestone of ranges from a fraction of to the Sunday school every SunI did not intend that It should be 'Grand Lodge! above, hit fjmlly,
Eocene age, which underlie the a fort to about 45 feet. In non- day morning. i used a* an instrument of death." his community, and his lodge and,
enl'it peninsula, and the Tampa I flowing well In the higher areas When the child neglects: the I' Commenting on the fact that I order have lost a- true husband a
limestone and Hawthorn formation -, the water may stand a* much at Sunday school he fill the Itreett. the Armistice of November 11 r valued dozen and toy! brother.
of Miocene age. The Ocalaand 100 feet below the surface. The 25.oooooo'bo1t and girls In celebrates the end of a war to end I Be it therefore retofrrdr That
Tampa liraeeton contain cav- The rt'pOI1-lneludel I map on this land who are neglecting the wan, Mr. Frank pointed out that : we who remain to carry on th*
Itl-s at depth of as much useveral which the height above sea level Sunday school hare being put in a our nation is now engaged' in :1 work that he *o> unselfishly performed
hundred feet below sea to which water of the principal artesian position of becoming the potential different tort of war, a war that draw from hi example t
level The formations are folded jtorfiaUon would rise In menace of this country. Out of I la killing from 99,000 to .7,000 new Incentive and anew determination -
Into a large anticline that extends tightly cased well In 1934 I* Indicated this number of boy and girl will I ple annually, a war In peoo.l to live closer to the principles
through the peninsula and by contour poising com our social wrecks, domesticfailures f I can play t part. Automobile that he so valiantsup
plunge toward the south. This through points of equal pressure. business bankrupt, political accident toll In this country during ported and loved.
structure I* favorable for artesian This map Indicate the areas of cowards, and official the last 10 year amountedto I Be It further resolved: That the
conditions, which art present large recharge and of large discharge thieve. more than 300,000 men, women charter of Homestead Lodge No.
throughout the peninsula except the hydraulic gradient BRING BACK TO THZ SUN- and children, which la 49 percent 28 I. O. O. F. be draped for a period
locally In recharge areas.*In part and the direction of the movementof t DAY SCHOOL YOUR WANDERING more than was killed In all the of SO day and that one copy
of the area however. the artesian the water. Haps showing the CHILD AND YOURSELF. wan in which America has been I of these resolutions be sent to hit-
Condition and the movement of areas. of artesian flow the locationof This nation demand that the engaged he showed. One million; loving wife. one copy to the newspaper
the water *r* independent of the the large springs, and the areas Sunday school lie atttcleat and' resulted in permanent injury, *, and one copy be spread
structure.: In which artesian water with s powerful.YOU can help JMb'It brought a hospitalization and prop.. upon our minute
The ,pos+ow uUtneitMeerare' the chloride Mntmt of more truit JM ludl. 'I l limper of l,800,000.00i and I Signed; H & Be",_. E. S. Cap-

source o{ torn*, of. the largest parts per million I* present at The condition of your children( cent of the hospitalization linger, R G, Moon commute ..
rigndertea"the, '' ai/stl.Siobea and moderate depths-are included also demand that ;YOU support the accidents,of which twenty per cent; on resolution.

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Hold to Advantages Gained and Try WAXESENTHUSIASTIC

::1 The Redland Rattler I To Amend Tariff Schedules-Wilcox ON


--_.-_......-. .._. _..,_... (Continued From Page One) 1I the reciprocal trade agreement

The J0lrl Scout have been divided Mitchell, on Monday. Mr. Mitchell ample some over-iealou Repub- Idea ill to be scrapped then we will NEW 1937 FORD

into two group with Miss had a severe cold. lican orator speaking against me, lose all of the Advantage whichwe
Murray In charge of the younger I over the radio last night said that have gained by mean t>t these'

'\ group of girl known as Brown- Mrs. Anna D. Carter, the sixth i the tariff on avocados wa reduced trestle The logical thing to do I Showing at Redland<< Mo-
i under the Cuban agreement You: I to hold on to all of th advantages -I
ies. These girls are: Norm grade teacher, says: "Now that tors Slated for Saturday
I know a* well a* I do that there we have gained and try: ai
Andrews, Betty Gutteridge, Kir- we can't use the neat for an excuse 14
i Torbert ha never been any tariff on avocado -i best we can to amend any improper Nov.
iteea Ellnora Robb. Bet how are we going to explain
and there has never bean: schedule that may have creptin. I
ty Ann Marshall, Lena Bell that classroom lethargy so prevalent
Bonds, Fay Campbell, Rose Mary among the pupils any restriction upon the shipment In the meantime, the figure Jut lot the news," to UM way I'
' Hennlngton, Barbara Williams, of the Cuban avocados until the, indicate that our producer have H. P. McDaniel of Redknd Motor. I

Marie Bashor, Nellie Cash and Miss Kerfoot's pupils an rapIdly reciprocal trade agreement was not actually suffered any reductionIn Inc., retted an Interviewer who
Ruth Hiner. becoming naturalists.. Just made and an eight months embargo price, because the price has asked about the new ford for 193T
was placed upon Cuban avocado steadily since the negotiation have beers
In the older troop there are now they are studying the habits gone up ynterday. "We lust
1. now three patrols which are knownas of ants and their peculiarities especially every year Whether this I, of the Cuban treaty; This advised by the Ford Motor Co.
11: the those known a* fire embargo accomplishes anything or la due to two things; first, because that the 1937 Ford win IMI on rile
Eagle the Owl and theJ
not, It I* at least the only measure
ants." I secured the additional Canadian play on our showroom floor Saturday
Beaver. They are observing the I
Lucille Drillers .
ever adopted for the protection of market for and,
our second Nov. 14.
activities of the and
leader of ant
the Eagle patrol has queen
J the avocado of Florida. I
growers because under the
: the longest detail of construction
chosen a* her assistant, Irene possible distances "The ate,
"Likewise, the reduction of I *
t Jackson; Jennie Sue Rogers has traveled by these interesting little program of recovery of the Roosevelt of course, still secret," he continued .
Canadian tariff winter
on our
administration, we haw given -
creature "but It.* known that we
appointed Mary Eleanor Williams I
fruit and. vegetable ha affordedan
the working man and the business .
as assistant patrol leader of the will have In tile 1937 Ford a W
additional market for them
Beaver patrol; and Lanelle Rogers MU Cast, high school 4-H I I man a purchasing power that will exceed even our expectation !
which did not
win be Amma Sorrell'i second leader, tells us that the 4-H room exlat.jIOlldatina which he did not previously have"Rotary and you know It's hard to y

In the group known at 1* now ready for your Inspectionand please en automobile dealer. The I
the Owl patrol other officer we know that you will lib It with the governmentof I Defeat Lions, car It roomier more streamlined, ,
appointed were: Lucille Drlggen, It. It Rae been repainted and Monroe County, was approved, I.O.O.F. Swamps Masons baa easier riding qualities-ta i
flag bearer; Alma Jane Llndgren, furnished with benches and anew and the amendment providing for fact, you get a complete car !I. the ;
color guard: and Mary Ana rug. The 4-H girls plan a the use of voting machines at I The Homestead Rotary. club defeated new Ford. Increased mileage, additional -
Brown, scribe. Mrs. J. M. Brown make pillows as an added convenience Florida election was also given the Redland District Lion comfort and distinctive ,

of the 'P.-T A. Girl Scout committee at Ute earliest possible' approval.In club diamond ball team U-S last new styling: make the new car out .

also attended the meet-, date. none of the her race was night In the Civic league to re standing." :

Ing.Last 1 the vote close enough to deserve I main in a tie with the Independent Enthusiasm Just exude from :
Wednesday evening at "I'm a Lone Cowhand" used to comparing here. Fred Cone was Order of Odd Fellow,who swamped Mat when talking about the new i
7.30 a wiener roast was given'I be a popular song until all the the overwhelming choice for governor the Mason Monday night ZONed Ford, and he believes the pvbne
for the Girl Scouts at the home pupil started singing It; now If. and C. O. Andrew receivedno 0. will be Just a. enthusiastic wisest

of Mr*. Ole Peterson in Prince- not popular any more. competition from his: opponent!I Monday the Lion will play the car con on display on Saturday
ton. foe the United State _te. the I. O. O. F. and on Thursday of next week. "Everyone .>

SCHOOL CALENDAR Henry Behrens, resident of night the Rote will tangle with Invited to attend the showing aid

Miss Pansy I. Norton home Christmas holidays Deo.'t.-.ran. ;S Princeton who practices law In the Mason compare the 1(37 Ford with any

demonstration agent, attended the Eighth! District' basketball tour- Homestead likewise proved "to be THE STANDINGS other car on the market" Mr. M coo

4-H meeting held Tuesday In the nament s Feb. 28-27 no contender against any of the Team W L Pet. Daniel concluded

auditorium. She gave an interesting Junior play .___. Thursday Mar. 4 Democratic nominees for the slate Rotary __. "' ___'_ 1 0 1000L
talk on leadership and Senior play ...... Thursday, May 20 I house of representatives: H. E.: O. O. F.3 0 loot

Initiative and announced that an Junior-senior banquet May II Oventrott;, George Holt and JohnJ. Lion ... .__ 0 a .000 Lm
award will be.given to the chairman Class Day.. Friday night, May 28 Llndll!). Mason .._ 0 3 .00, !
who present the best pro Baccalaureate sermon.......May U< ti r
gram this year. Mis Norton Commencement exercise June :2

congratulated the girl on their
good work..thus tar and suggested The Florida Flambeau suggests
that tbej> plan to have a taffy pull the following song for:
In the,.near future. I Any classes: "With. My Eyes:
Wide 'open rat Dreaming.1'Pop
tests: "Without a Word fWarning.
The In the Kedlund
boy Iraffii High'I ." ... ., .,. .. ,
Failures- "I Never
Jamet Dixon *
captain; RaymondLee Chance". "
and Buddy Llndgren lieuten-
Cheaters: "Over
anu,,BeId. Wysong, Harold De- Else' Shoulder." Somebody
laney, .Harold Mitchell, Joe Mur-

phy..,KJng Clarke, Billy Camp.
The English Journal tells of the
bell, Robert Lee Albert January
sad case of an English teacher
Vernon Jackson, Allen Hartford
who received a theme with no
and tGraham McElroy The punctuation'marks
and died
trying -
substitute\ .ani Blair Hickson.
to hold her breath' to Ute last
Richard jHickson, John Brown
Mge. However we feel certain
Henry: Dixon, Lout Price, H. A.
that this same situation could not
Amaa,. Allen Kirk Dada Land-
occur at Redland School becauseof
rum Geo, JKibon, A. P. Davis
the patience of Mrs. Melee and 1J
Alvo M'cKJnn..and Ralford Bax-
Miss Payne in their respective
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Dee. 4, Friday, Homestead-

Redland gym; Dec. 7, Monday,
Edison-Miami; Dec. 8. Tuesday.Delray ( from Page 1)
Bench--Redland gym; voted out slot machine in the

Dec. .H, Friday Homestead referendum submitted on the be)- to attend the BIGGEST FORD
Homestead; Deo. 19, Tuesday, lot Tuesday. Last minute money
Pompanoc-Pompano; Jan. 8, and election day worken for the

Friday, Edison-Redland gym;: one armed bandit, were met
Jan. 12, Tuesday Miami Senior' by equally determined workers -
High-Rdland gym; Jan. U. Friday beaded by the Rav A. A. Koeat- DEALER

Lake Worth-Redland gym; lin. president of the Redland District -
Jan. 19 Tuesday Ponce de Leon Ministerial Association, whe

-Coral. Cabin; Jan. 22, Friday, tarried placard showing citizens
first time In Ford dealers from all
the history we
PompHncM-Redland gym; Jan. 38, how to vote for the confuting
Tuesday, Fisher-Redland gym; Revocation." i **%
Jan M, Thursday, Lake Worth Every South Dade precinct votd parts of the United Sates and Canada are invited- i tbWK

Lake Worth Fb.l Monday, Ft. against! the slot machine by > 4
Lauderdale-Redland gym; Feb. big majority. The vote by precincts Detroit for a gigandc sales meeting. We dire going to vi

2-7; Road trip..3 game; Feb. B, : perrine, 41 for and 121
Tuesday, Ponce de Leen-Redland against slot machines; Goulds II see the'new Ford V-8 for 1937. s

1)'JI1'Feb. 18, Wednesday Miami for, 84 against; Silver Palm 10 for

Senior High-Miami; Feb. 12, Friday t2 against; Princeton. M for, 131
I all excited about this Detroit and what
am trip to j
Miami Military Academy I against; Redland, 21 for, M
Redland gym; Feb. 16, Tuesday; against; Homestead, 101 for, 147
Flshe*--Miami; Feb. 19, Friday, against; Florida City, SI for, n we are going to see there. Come to our showroomSaturday E

Ft Lauderdale Lauderdale; I. gaJnst r
Feb.22, Tuesday, Delray Beach The social security or old age November 14th. We'll show you the new car:..

pension amendment was approvedby i
B41aclreb. 28-17
Delray Eighth
district tournament. overwhelming majorities In the and tell you all about it. .' ,

Tentative. South Dade precincts, as It was an
over the county and state The

The eighth grade boy regrettedthe amendment abolishing the city '
absence of the) teacher, Mr. government of Key West and COlINEVT '. i 4:

t W. Maxwell SmithINSURANCE G. BALL D o R.edlandMotorsInc.

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eight), white overall: length are
t 1937 PONTIAC ON 193 and 19* inches respectively BEAUTY AIDS IN MILADY'S BOUDOIR REVEALED
Top are one Inch lower (<7 inches)

, DISPLAY AT P. B. with the body more line of a back streamline from! the slope highpoint of IN SPECIAL COSMETIC CAR OF REXALL TRAIN 'fH

directly over the front teat
. BIRD I MOTOR CO. Minimum road clearance of the six J __ .__1'
at the rear axle I* eight inches;
maximum clearance at flywheel
DeLuxe Lines Only This homing I 3-4 Inche Corresponding -

Year, Master Six Is clearance of the longer eight ,
are I 3-1 and It 1-' inches respectively
: Discontinued Estimated curb
weight of four-door sedans are
i The 1937 PontiaC arrived In
I 3430 pound for the ilK, and 3-
Homestead the of this.
early part
993 pound for the eight
week and I I.on display In the showroom -
of the Preston B. Bird Motor Hood line la higher radiator

. CO, narrower. Fender ire a split '
Following on the heels of two pear shape with horUonal wind- nttrNN t
, highly successful yean Pontiae split head Rubber covered
,! enter the 1937 automobile year running board Join front but not
with two line of cart (deluxe fix rear fender Steel wheel have
and deluxe eight) that are longer large diameter hallow chromed
In wheelbase. roomier, lower, even hub cap with 18 x 8.00 Inch tires
more pleasing In appearance, Improved on the six. an 18 .x. 8,90 on eight-
In comfortable riding qual- cylinder models,
Itlei. with larger and more powerful The solid steel turret top Fisher
f'' engines, fatter acceleration, bodies now have 100% steel construction -
, higher top speed additional economy throughout They are
and an all-around performance larger and roomier In almost every jpjqikiliblr
f' that It more brilliant in dimension. Although the can
every way.Master are one Inch lower at the highest
Six models, with their point, nevertheless the head room
conventional springing and not from floor to roof hat been increased -
quite to many refinement, have 3 1-4 Inche In additionto Oi s.
been discontinued 10 that the economies advantage of head room and
of engineering and manufacturing higher teats, It I* now possible to
i can be concentrated on a step directly from the curb to the
. tingle line of deluxe sixes and de- car floor since the floor It only
luxe eights of equal quality 19 H inches from the ground at
The gain In value thua offered the rear door.
It reflected n the price of the de- Door openings have been made t)
luxe six which are lower than the larger for ease of entrance Front : : to feminine hurt lithe unique modernistic display of cosmetics composing part of the .
193S deluxe ..Ix.r door opening are 1% Inches higher nhibitCm"which the public will be invited to dew when the Recall Train of the United Drug Co.nssti1 through 1
Both line will offer even bodyitylet Rear door openings are three II this secrionV A demonstrator is carried on the train lo,. re many beauty hints to the women Inspecting the RnjUlnhitnUoa.
business I The 0'.' to appeal variety <* aU types of cotmetlci-eerfuaie, rouge, powder, .
; coupe sport coupe Inches higher and five inches wider lotion cold cream, lipstick, powder tad other complimentary facial needs
cabriolet two-door sedan two- at floor level, a feature which l
door touring sedan, four-door sedan should appeal to people who have

and four-door touring sedan, lolled their clothing against muddy Dollar" Train throughout and I* a forerunner of
although the straight sedan In both ; fenden getting through narrow, Tickets to "Million what you may expect of rail transportation

be two-door.nd built on order four-door only eight will 'doon Front teat are two Inches wider In Miami Nov. 15, Given by Dixie DrugRexalli L. K. Liggett In the future and a "party of 35

These 14 bodies will be availableIn or 52 tt inches, while rear teat I or 40 official of the United Drug I!j
seven colon with striping that have been Increased IVi Inches In:I million dollar train orchestra may be heard in Company, the largest drug com
1 provide a harmonizing contrail i width, thus making all sedan model used In the world will be aboardthe
tion train will roll Into conven-l II two can that an for the con- pang
. Basic color are black, blue, gray, comfortable six-passenger Sunday night, November vention hall during the day and train Ticket of admission to
r green maroon and cream. A choiceof bodie The steering wheel ha I the thl train be secured at the
I will be ready for the Inspection of 1 Iin evening dancing."The may
light tan lustrous mohair been moved to the left
or allowingmore I of
thousands of Miami and Homestead train i* air-conditioned Dixie Drug free charge
mixed wool upholstering cloth of room for the middle front : -
resident at nine
high quality I* provided, exceptfor teat passenger Monday morning, lay o'clock k1
convertible coupe which are Coupe teat backs and two-door' Johnson co-proprietor
trimmed either In crush sedan front teat
buffed back are not
I Polk of the Dixie Drug,
grain, tan Spanish leather or taupe bucket hype but are continuous stead Rexall (tor*. See This StewartWarnerWITH
colored wonted Bedford cloth. across the car with a split In the I Hom"j
Moat Identifying Pontiac markof center and hinged to permit easy "The train I* made up ;
1 teen coaches, four of THE NEW SAV-A-STEP FEATURE
the loll two years, the silver access to rear compartment
streak radiator and hood grille, Foot-catching obstructions In the ueed entirely' for display
are being retained with tome modification form of tunnel for transmissions, tald Mr Johnson. "In one cartis I
Radiator and top hood and propeller shaft are conspicuous a model drug Store fountain I
fixture and all the frill
grille extending from bumper to by their absence In the new I gel I II
enwl Is narrower for 1937 con- Pontiac. The re-designed lower, to makeup a really first clan drugstore s.1 I II
I In another t
listing of g wide center bar separating chassis ha made this possible car you r
I the tint train cafeteria. Meals !
six narrower bar, Car floon have been lowered three
I are served buffet style to attendants I
Although most of the basic inches in the rear compartment'
of the convention. The Re:1 I ;
chai have been' retained the One of the principal reason for I
chassis bat been re-deilgned Increasing wheelbatcs was to move eat adjustment. Besides the nw
where necessary to meet the trend rear axle air Inches back With inches of horizontal adjustm I I I
t toward longer and lower can. reference to rear setts, thus placing the whole teat become 0101I I I II
I Then hat been no effort at a makeshift rear teat passengers well forward tical as It I* pulled forward thuraising
or compromise"with the 1936 of the rear wheels and increasing I a short person to a mon I
design for 1937. the riding comfort. upright position When the ..eat'Is
Artistic engineer have grouped Visibility which rank high asa pushed back U take a mon: re- '! t tf Pw
together the element of contour, safe driving requirement has dining position, suitable for the ,
line. sparkle and color Into a unit been Improved by making the person of more than average]
of personal transportation that has windshield two Inches wider and I height To take care of extremely i
.n undeniable appearance appeal higher and Increasing it* angle of short driven, wedge can be inserted ,
Wheelbases are five Inches longer slant from 31 to 39 degreet under the front teat liftingit
(117 for the six and 123 for the Tilting It a feature of the front 1-4 or H inch. i

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In condition to bloom and hold the bloom next spring. ..r

Use Redland Brand Fertilizers for results. We also have a complete -

line of vegetable fertilizers for truck crops: Quality! fertilizers

produce results.Florida. .

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November 6, .1936 THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Page Seven__
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rt Mrs. Haley remained for I visit vUle Ind. visited Ms uncle and: Fredericks! Opens New
with her parent aunt, Mr. and Mrs. M. SiTverman,
Store Today With Sale
lour days last week. Mill Betty
a In and .Around 1 Mr. and Mra. i. A. Sicemore and Neighbor and Joe Fragtey cf -

family are. expected from the Evansville were also guests. David J. Fredericks, Sr., opens
northern part of the state thisweek. his new store on Krome avenue
"Thy will occupy the old Mrs. R J. Shepherd arrived en! north of the ten tent store ihli
Homestead Torrhe house on Avenue B. Sunday from North Haven, Conn., morning with a sale of rncn't mid
z2 II I and will spend the winter her*. boy's, shoes and shoe rep lrtllll,
Cecelia Tomasai underwent a I The new store occupies the north

I tonsil operation on Wednesday. at Mr. and Mn. M. Sllverman entertained half of a building erected by Mr.
Millard Mlnnerly who hat been Mr. and Mn Homer Davis. Before the Post Graduate HwpitaJ. j on Sunday, honoring the Fredericks.
in New York for several weeks, her marriage M,.. Dellinger was birthday of their son, Sam Sflver-I With his wife and six children
underwent a serious operation last Miss Coma Davit. Mr. Delllnger C. S. Phillips returned home man Miami attorney. Guests present Mr. Fredericks came to the Red-
; week in a Yonkers hospital. His will Join his wife and baby here Saturday from the Kendall Hoe- were: Mr. and Mr*. Eddie I land District 11 years ago from
condition Improving, and he expects lOOn and they will return home pital. SUverman of Miami Beach, Mrt. Sheboygan Wts, bought a grove
I to return to Homestead later. together. Sam Silverman and son Ronnie, in Redland and built a house on
Hl litter, Mr* Florence Hollo- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Garagnanlare of Miami. S. D. Wlwbrkh and the the property. In 1935 he purchased -
way is with him at present Mn. W. M. Brodie injured her expected to return on Satur- honor guett Burton's Shoe Shop from
hip! In a fall at her home in Red- day from Holly, N. Y. Joe L. Burton In a building on
H. LI Cook and Edw. StUing land Tuesday night and is confinedto The Florida City P.-T. A. reports whose site I cafe now stands Two

attended an: Episcopal: Church bed under.the care of a physi Leslie Forsyth attended the foot a total of $11.00 made on years ago he moved into the J.
group meeting. In Orlando Friday clan. ball game at Gainesville last week. Tag Day at the polls Tuetday.Mn. D. Redd building on South Krom
and Sunday. They Herbert Hunter, Mrs. Jew avenue.
Saturday -
i were accompanied by Mr*. Cook't I Mr. and Mrs. E. Sartlnl of Miami Mn fritz Schroeder and daughter Caves and Mn. W. W. Severywere H* has been In the shoe business
the committee In charge.Mr. all hit life and learned the shoemaking '
niece )til Ellen Huff. moved this week into their winter Helen, spent several days last
trade from hit father who
grove home in Redland. week visiting her sister at Hobe
and Mn. Erlckton and Mr. made tailored shoes.
LawS Shackleford returned -I ""'--- Sound. Mrs. J. L. Arnold returned I
and Mrs. Berg of Miami visited lie will be assisted In the new
to Welt Palm Beach Sun- John Vihlen la setting out ten with Mrs. Schroeder on
with Mr. and Mrs. J. Rusted In store by two of his daughters Mrs.
day after bringing Mn Shackle- acres In pink grapefruit at his Wednesday and visited until Sun Miami Wednesday night Elactr Marvin Shaw and Mrs. Frederick
ford Saturday to visit her broth- grove On Silver Palm drive, near day. Longview Sunday. Kufcldt
er-in-law add sister Mr. and Comfort road.
Joe Doxsee returned on Saturday -
Mrs. W. E. Rheney. i Mr. and Mr*. Rustad attended a Honest Willie
from six-week visit with
Mn. D. M. Parker of Jacksonville a social of the Lutheran Evangelical: "William" said mother severely
Mn. J. R. Brooks and Mrt. E. arrived Friday for a visit relatives to Moline, IlL i Church In Miami Wednesday night ,. "there were two pieces of cake
J. Dyal returned Sunday from with her son-in-law and daughter in the pantry when Went out and
I Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Wise will
North Carolina where Mrt. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rheney. I Owner of building: "At soon as there I Ia only one now. How is
i into the Chapman cottageon
Re Brooks was called three weeks i this house is completed I plan to that?"
13th street this week.
ago br the,illness of her father Richard McCormick and C F.i get married." "I don't know," said William.

in Albemarle. Mn. Dyal visited I Ardway spent the week-end: in I The Ladies' Aid Society of the I foreman: "All right, boss 111 "But It was dark and I suppose
friends In Rocklngham. Mra. P. Fort Pierce where Mr. McCormick I Community Church held IU regular stretch out the Job as long at Ican. I didn't see the other piece" -
w B. Bird Sr.> returned with them visited hit mother and Mr. monthly meeting Wednesday ."-Ex. Gloucester (Eng.) Journal.
from Jacksonville for a visit with I
Ardway, his wife. s
afternoon at the church. Mrs.
I ;Mrt. Dyal.
James Dobbins was hostess.
Mr. and Mn. G. LamonU Craw Green Lantern RestaurantADJOINING t
E. A. Hartsock who spent the of Miami and their ton and nephew Mrs. Wm. Angelenl returned
past five weeks with his aon-ln- visited Homestead friends Satur home Tuesday evening from the HOTEL REDLAND J( I
ofur law and daughter Mr. and Mn. day. Kendall Hospital Western T-Bone Steak Dinner tOo Chicken Dinner 'ISo
Regular Dinner Stt Vegetable Hate lee
J. H. Webster, left for his home -
AD Kinds .f Home-made Sandwiches ':
in Atlanta Monday. Mr. and Mn. H. R. Prtdgen of Morton SUverman of Evans- t

66 ; Jacksonville spent Monday and'
usrd Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Van Marter Tuesday in Homestead with Mn.
left their summer home in Ithaca, Pridgen'i brother-in-law and
N. Y.. Tuesday and are expected sister Mr. and Mrs. R. F.. Edward
tohe ,lure the lasted this week.: j

Mr. and Mr.-. Doster Mock and Godwin Mrs. G.and R. Oldendorf Mn. Bessie, Mrs. Ruth San- 30 to 60c a' Day Afore Will Buy a :

their little daughter moved from derson visited Mn., Bessie BradyIn I
Moor Haven this week to make Miami Friday:: -

their torn in Homestead.Mr .
Mr. and Mn. Winston Medlinof i
a and Mrs. Roger Branden Atlanta and TWrs. A. King of Pontiac Buick
t burgand baby arrived in South Miami were callers on their cousins -
Allap attah. Gardens Saturday Mr. and Mrs. A. W. McVlckerat
from'Concord, Ga.. for the potato Princeton Sunday.
cropping -
Miss Shirley Harkneai entertained Delivered ill Homestead
Mr. and Mn. Frank Shepard of the Girl Scout class at her

4 Woodbury, Conn., arrived in home In Princeton Wednesday
Goulds the first part of this week night with a wiener roast

for the potato season. .

s Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Becker and ton will make a trip to New York 1// L'J TER PRICES

children of Almena Wls., made this week. .. '
their yearly arrival in Homestead \ .
this week, preparatory to Mr. Mrs. M. S. Eaton of Princeton
Becker, potato crop activity. will return to California with Mr. PONTIAC Cash Price Down Payment Poym'ts Parm'tt .
and Mrs. B. Duncan for a visit I 12 mos. 18 mos. 12 mos. 18 mo.

Mr, and Mrs. Lewis Dalgle and --...--.-

children of Marion Conn., arrived FLORIDA CITY Coupe _...._ _......_... ..__ 833.00 280.15 280..13 51.23 35.72
in Goulds the first part of this
Sirs W. W. e>"wy, CorrespondentPaul
) week. .-.-..... ... ....-- 2 door Sedan.. .. .... _.._ 890.00 299.70 302.10 sua 38.13

Mn Aubcrri Delllnger and her Haley returned on Friday 4 door Sedan ....._... ...__... 9 0.00 3U. 0 315.60 51.-1& 39.96
nlne-month-old daughter Margaret evening from Buford Ga., wherehe

arrived Sunday from Shelby and Mn Haley were called by 2 door Trg Sedan 905.00 30-1.70 307,10 55.65 38.75
N. C., for a visit with her parent, the illness of Mn Haley's father. t. '

'4 door Trt Sedan ___ 935.00 326.70 320.60 58.30 41.11

r BUICK Cash Price Down Payment I'arm.t. Paym'ts

HEAR FREELectures I 12 mos. 18 mos. 12 mol., 18 mos.I .

t I I .

Coupe .-----0"-- 999.00 336.70 312,30 60.95 42.38

2 door Sedan ___ 1015.00 360.00 361.80 68.3 46.02

BY 4 door Sedan 1095.00 368.30 31UO' 67.\3 46.62

Drs. Shanklin 2 door Trl. Sedan 1095.00 368.30 371.80 6T.13. 46.62

'I at Shanklin Grove 4 door Trl. Sedan _- 1135.00 380.00 381.80 69.78 48.44

H i'lLVel' of Florida ttty: I

Today at 2:30: ........................Dr. Irene

Tonight at 8:00: ......_.......4....... Dr. Lloyd
TM hy at 1SI: Dn Irene Teesdar al &:31: Dr. LloydTksrMky Preston B. BirdMotor Co. .

at iJt Dr. Irene Tkanday at tee: Dr. Lfoyd



1I Call us for Demontmtion-No Obligation


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Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, November 6, 1936I

""*;** ',.; Owtosvtwt his mntdrtir ..' ..

_ I I Performance, Beauty and Safety Mark Chevrolet' Completely New Cars: \ ,lace.He'wasarrested by Chief of.

Police Homer Sullivan s bout
a.mwM..st37. >**>ear
pltttly _, but Bdlwreedowt la I the residence of Mrs. Ada Robert -
. / to Uroe-pumd Chew *. Souls had been released
rolet tacbuenng principle It about ten days before from the
bat staKcyltndtr vahe toby* Dads County Jail when he served
type* rooottMt)mart powwfal* a wbMIIOftth sentence
\ more .e.somia.L .adlkhter.Lugtasjs .

Confronted with a petition sign*
ed 'fay 15 resident requesting his

place be closed as a nuisance,

f / 4Y Walker, proprietor of the barbecue
Y A stand, about which complaintshave
been made before agreed to
go out of business a* of tonight
after a heart-to-heart talk with
Acting Mayor Tom JT'Harris :yes

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Homestead F. F. A. News

By Paul Shanklla
A nprewntttiv model from Cbevro-
ikt'sew lins.typifying ka beauty and NMN",11 W N"NwNNYwN.w"N"IMNNMNMMNThe
r ce the Mailer De Lois Sport Homestead future Farmers
edan with trunk.Not the dirtinc.tl held their first executive meeting
ve *imd nae"eitoidinc back .
Wednesday night The chapter
from ths side of the hood.UDMsel ;
will accept the invitation of the
rlf Lemon City chapter to install thatchapter'
I eautruotiaa Joins the officers next Tuesday In
I door,cowl assembly,JIll....and
Miami. It
agreed that the
Tumt Top of Chevrolet ail-
is.a silent,all-steel body,to form one year' program will be mapped out
Integral structure welded In d Thursday evening of the coming
I Joints,and reinforced and braced week
for p-m..ent ****sad safety. I
A letter of congratulation will

be sent to the Iowa falls, Iowa,
Chapter, F. F A( winner of first
t.;, ::; \, place in the national chapter contest : -
r Beauty stud utility :
4 mark the aww a-
Wrist instrument
capacity to shield The wind
fa of
IIi new greatly trunk Increased models as a-met..11' area, wIda greatsrctNiicf narrow leaChevrolet's ,i ih THE SAFETY OF

MSgofeesiNew is lag better poft vision.atflbra* .

power,economy durability, gaiety and comfort, coupled fully-enclosed Knee-Action U furnished at no extra YOUR ACCOUNTin
r with striking new beauty.characterise Chevrolet's new models cost on the Master De lADe models; sad new Syncro-Mob. j
_: for 1937. They are ofI'emlln two scries. Muter and Master I transmission.and safety plate glass sfl around at DO extra: cost
identical in of both .orie .
: Ds.Luxe virtually appearance. feature all model I this Institutionis

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01! THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER Toby Walker's Barbecue stand on i Incited when three or more are fully insured up

to do violence
flagler avenue early Monday provoked
BT KM. 1* Ik HOW. lento 1s'e the Fed
j morning, was bound over to the Sauls, said to have been drinking $5,000 by

T Dade County court of crimes by I apparently attacked Cecil and eral &Loan
I Savings
uah BOVMMowhr Wallace' novel *Th* Prince'oftndls. Jusitce of the Peace Sid L. Wallace Lee ( ,,'
Kendrick > and Cordon Cwlnn
W........... Tkwitiri M .. "
as. ; will tell a story of VIla
I I at a preliminary hearing for no reason at til He succeeded Insurance
TMfar. rrn.fi as a.rest a. man. Like. "f3ea }(ur," It covers Corpora
Wednesday A riot technically i*i in whipping Cecil Lee and
ltiur a. mUi s- .. a, ft a period of many ;years and
plot is built by weaving ItaJ I tlon. .. .
It would help the student of our
many .geographical and historical
chad it the teacher, would
facts III bound by a thread of romance -

Municipal a lift of required Library.reading Some lit the of love: Plenty snd.of death intrigue to hold mystery Stop and Look for theOPENING first Federal Savings &

these boys and girl are rather confused a1'
through many pages j "
when they are faced by
you like adventures you will findplenty 1 Loan Associationof
about 18,000 volumes and have to
t>f the unusual in this book i .-
select one for a book report, or
have to read "something ..bouthlltory' Besides entertainment you might Homestead
also find a few things of educational 1i
or "need a story of somebody value
's life" Of course librarians
There Is s prevalent idea that
are psychic and can send In Indiana I* located the literary OF OUR
out a thought to contact the teach:
center of this .
country Many of
.,', (thought and know Instantly
our literary: light are native of
just what book the teacher wants I
that state, and some time in the I NEW STORE WHY
that pupil to reai?. put: the librarian yeas JS27 .Lewi Wallace choeeBrookvlUe

: of the Homestead libraryis i ,.Indiana, lot, his birth
net so gtfled, .he.has. lea than, place. He DUST n
I practiced.law foughtIn
the ordinary powers of divination.It toe Mexican War, fought the Friday and SaturdayNov.
It even difficult for her sometime
Civil War, was a minister to Turkey -
to fill the order of a patron I Sprayed: Beans
wa governor of Utah. He,
who tend* a note, or a verbal message -
died In and his work lives] 56BARGAINS
for "a good book I have not on. i Will Give: You
read. The librarian Is a willing
soul but has limitations I Bl&er yields
Loan before Edgfer Wallace "JUOriNOtEDBY
Experience has demonstrated -
flooded the publishing houses,
book-shops and libraries withmystery that the average
stories another man EARL SAULS ATj acre of beans sprayed with

I named Wallace, Low Wallace Sulfocide w yield as lugs
wrote some pretty flood stories. BARBECUE a crop as two acres dusted
Have you sometimes wondered STAND with Sulfur as It gives you

about the Wandering Jew, that more successive pickings.

shoe-maker condemned by our Xart C Sault, who pleaded not Men's and Boy's Shoes If ;you don't believe it-try
Lord to wander over the earth 11110 S charge of assault and HI 1 Then ;you'll realize that
until His second coming? Lew battery and Inciting a., riot at $1951 no longer can ;you afford to
I Values up to 5.00 seed plant, cultivate fertl.
Us and dust two acres to
OPHN1NG SUNDAY NOV. 1 --- ,-----------_ save the spraying: with Bul-

focide on only: one acrel!
i: SHOE REPAIRING Commence spraying with
MIS. A. NABOasPrep. I Sulfoclde 1 to 200, Just as

'i WNNE[ *.Sto PLAn: LUNCH lie ,I your beans come throughthe

)i Ladies' Top Lifts 15cMen's growth ground covered Keep and.pray....'

especially Just after pick:*,
Rubber Heels. 25c ing Start spraying your Wmatoes -

il peppers and egg
Anhic : c ; t
Mayhew Fitzpatrick plants In the seed bed.
I'I The best dealers In Florida
Graduate Oberlin Conservatory and Royal sell Sulfoclde. It wttLpsy

:you to Insist en having It
Conservatory of Leipzig I Ask for helpful leaflet, .t

I i "Sulfoclde: the BeaD Spray-!.

f '..B.G.Pratt Company ; ?

RecHand Road, Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1422 NORTH. OF AIcCRORrS $AND IT e STORE .'- ". '!M Church St, New York

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Friday, November 6, 1936 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Nine .. i I

__.., ...-....- ,- ---...--..-...- OF THANKSWe
Baptist Assn. to MeetIn

SERMON TOPICS Miami Nov. 12 and 13

1 HOMESTEAD SCHOOL NEWS .__......................_.._. II wish to thank our frtend4tM
the kin,**! rind sympathy
MST BAPTIST: WCIiNo. The twenty-eight annual see- Mm* ut4he, death ot our be-

NELLA 8ACLS. School Editor .. Morning: special slop of the Miami Baptist Asao loved hulDand and brother
elation will meet with the Riverside .
___ ... .. .,._.__w_ eta program In bettor of the MARY DOYLE
elder members of the charchi Baptist Chureb e4 Miami
SCHOOL CALENDAR won the prime for pinning a pieceof and community; evening sermon Thursday and Friday of next RAYMOND HAYES

Marionette show .. ._ __. Nov. {8 paper nearest the center of I e* The Wafer ef Lire." week.Prominent. NAME RICHMOND

Thanksgiving vacation Nov. 26-31 large circle. After several other Nov. H-Prayer service subject speakers of the denomination ROSE TRACY

First school play __ Nov. 23 gomes were played the children : ")fan,." will be heard on the BERT DOYLE

Operetta ___._ Dee. 18 roasted marshmallows and wiener various programs. Dr. Wm.Sims 1 j

Basket ball season opens_ Dee 4 and punch was served. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Allen, president of Stetson, University 1i

Christmas holidays Dee. 18-Jan. 4 CHURCH and Dr.! C. M. Brittaln All You Wantto
Second school play _._ Jan. 21! The sixth grade welcomes! anew Nor. (.-.Leases) sermon executive Florida

Mid-term examination Jan. 25-28 pupil this week, Evelyn Sea- topic: "Adam and Fallen Baptists, will be f1tbeof principal i Eat I r

Junior play __ April i 2 ley. Maa. speakers.

Kid Day ____ March 28 Large delegation from Homestead -
May Day program April 30 Miss Dorset's fourth grade has ST. Jomrs CHURCHNov. and Gould are expected to 50cOur
Senior play May T been asked to put their history Martbunaa., (Armistice attend.
Claw Day program Maxell notebook of Florida that they DM): Holy Eveharlst I faulty style meals are

Junior-senior banquet _. May 21 have made, on display at the library at 1 a. m. The Woman' Auxiliary served rib home folks eapeetal.ly ..
Senior examination._ May 24-28 week. street formerly occupied by
; during book fat accordance with annual -
lit mila.
Baccalaureate sermon ".____' May 30 I custom will observe this Mr. and Mrs Eckel "

Examination week May 31-June 4 Mis Ray's claw ha a new attendance day as one ef special prayer Mr. Parker, a native of Texas, Yea serve yourself fromlaead
of Eastern: Nazarene
Commencement -_ June 1 1 method. They have a'' for the peace of the world. to a graduate platters ef meal and I'
I College at Wollaston op
poster with a "stop and go" sign Nev. 14-(Saturday), anniversary -
Mm Parker, who Is a native variety of vegetable,
a generous
on It. When the claaa hat a perfect of the bestowal of
Several new girls are trying out Floridian served two term ama
attendance they have cooked good old southern style.
day's the American Eplpatel
for the "Pep" Club. There ire missionary In the Klehorgan
several requirements that they the green "go" sign on and when Holy EucharM at T a, m. Dessert and toed tea er coffee
district of Bengal Eastern \
must pas in order,to be In the they do not have a perfect day eeet& nothing extra. .,
they have the red "stop" sign onMr .
"pep" club. They must be of a HOMESTEAD METHODIST
JOHN O. SUIJUCY rusT NO. 41: t
certain height and weight, must CHURCH Chicken Dinner $1.00
Thurman's class I II making
have an average of 85%" in all of Nev. g-Moruin* message ,
their studies, and must have the beautiful Thanksgiving border "Christ and IA.."| special Meeta oral art bird WOIInea4.ar

ability to "tumble. tniulc Jtiy choir ef 89 voicesEvening a p. ID., American Lesion BUik SEMINOLE HOTEL
Mrs Edwards' claw Is sorry that message "A Thy (oM pout offlce South Krom Are..

Peggy'and Geraldine Stuardl will Day so Shalt Thy Strength Homestead, Eli.WANT DINING ROOM 'j :
A marionette show win be
put have to be out of school several .
Be." .. _.. ,..-.. .
on by the art class under the direction -
days a* they were called to Georgia -
of the art teacher, MissWllflamCba by the Illness of their grand Special Invitation to all to i Mrs. Ole Joiner, Proprietor
Friday, Nov. 6, atM mother. attend Sunday school al ':45 ADS PAY f :
m. Admission will be 15c and a. m. A class for every age
Bible study Wednesdaynlfht.
Miss Jackson's das h very .
proud of the large framed picture, t

John Moffett was a visitor In I that Mine Jackson gave* ta the SILVER PALM METHODIST SH E R WINWILLIAM .. '
the high ,school English classes class. Oscar crew i* anew pupil
Nov. Morning
last week. I In this class.
by the Rev. Allen McFarUneof
I Miami. Young people's service
Billy Risk, a former graduate I I : .
at 7 .. ..
of Homestead, visited the senior Gi LS ur'EWS.: I

English class on Wednesday. HOMESTEAD PRESBYTERIAN' cMINARTH
By Mary Je Close
.. .. CHURCH
Because of the large enrollmentof ----
Nov. Morning worsMpiThe
the Junior Glass, ten girls have I
We met at Captain SkflTs house Things We Have Seen
been moved Into Mrs. Webb's home
We opened by singing and welearned i aad Uear4" eveajlg worship:

economic: ..*room*: for, 'their home a new song "Hiking Song.'., "Stadlea In Cesnsla.1. FOR BEAUTY AND PRO CT10t I
roorn. There will be a leader camp Nov I t to

T, B19 to S o'clock at Mathesoa i Her. W. J. Parker Arrive
The Junior eras; h sorry td lose sts (
Idmund: Well who hat trans To Succeed Rev. Eckel! l I :
ferred to a Miami schoolNext are supposed to report os .
toys or clothe wMch are to betaken J

to the fire station for repairing. ____ __ _
week it the week for parents -
New Scouts err Bobbie
to visit the school and tee
Simpson and Edith Bevls t :
fcwt what the children are doing.
Jo Close, Barbara
Thursday Mary
The students, during their English
classes, are writing letter te their Blggers, Wave Horton and
Vara Rheney to to Mri. Lucas
are go -
parents inviting them to come to .
to pan test. In signalling with
the school .
flags. Margaret Lawrence I* togo ,

to Mr*. Skill' to work on a i
Mr. Blackburn's freshman class
tenderfoot test and Dorothy Sul ..
Is sorry to lose Carlene Wells, Who
liven I II to go there on Friday.
is now going to a Miami school.
Thursday Mr*. Lucas and Wave -

y Mrs Johnson's-freshman class Horton, Barbara Bigger, Athley Out Working W.Wm Whit J-W Emmwlofefl

j Is proud of the nine gold falh that Kemp and Mary Frances Rutland Ding S-W EMMtold Is M kKkwtkii, MoAer cash take woe. out

Elwln Cooper brought to put In represented the Scoots at a meeting to spank her oYl! rfft, for the. las .'s 'In. Enes lold's brseht,

of the sewing division of the mpsridne color h font weiring end K> soap la apply, It coven

ChapMiss I VJf. A heldJn, the. Future Farmer olid--one toed No brudi mwta-drlet "In bur hours fcbrtngifurniture
marfwcMj Club
House* ,,woodwork and walk keels M IK*
Mary Frances Rutland and Ath-
Hayden eighth! grade li
planning a program for the homeroom : ey Those Kemp passed their signalling.Marion Tail _fe.H PK W* ** .IN only a a e We

period Friday. Wanetta I Edmunds,present Vida were Clarke: JoN (one to a CWfOMer) stuavongy
I Koettline and :Mary Ellen Gay
Ue Slagle, Bobble Simpson,
\i ar1n charge- of the program Dolores Papy, Melba Van Winkle RET W. J. PARKERAn SAVING VALUESCMckDiyta

\ The fifth and sixth grades have Mary France Rutland, Katherine i exchange of pastorate was
lint completed their music book-' Grave, Vara Rheney! Dorothy made when the Rev W. J. Parker
Sullivan Athley Kemp, Edith PaintSWR
to Homestead Tuesday Utility
Jets in artA came
Bevls. France Lamb Wave lion S-Wfloor Enamel
succeed the Rev. Howard
v; Hallowee--;; party was given ton,Mary Jei Cloee, Margaret Lawrence ''II pastor of the Homestead) to\\ Durable fat wood ( oU Bridge Few
for Outdoor
Mr Lucas oN.H'v odd lobo
Jerry Reitz ,
Mr* Wynn's sixth grade clan last rene Church and Mr. Eckel Mont er ItraFeiM Durable,economic*!1.
Mrs. Skill and the hostess
Friday night by the room moth- to Avon Park to assume the pas O*ns taIiI\I. C4 41 $
.. ...
1 .
Skill lOcolm 1 &9
;; .n&MJ'I. H. G. Graves and Mrs. The next hostess U Mary Jo orate of the Nazarene Church r 0.ese . ,|. | fUnotaim '.Gcalloe.il I
r i O. Jft. Sullivan, Sr., and :Mrs. there Mr. and Mrs. Parker will\
Wynn horn room teacher, atSimi Dose. occupy the house on N. W. First i ii
Varnish 100% w
Graves home1. Halloweendecorations
'"This typewriter will revolu- I Linseed Oil S.aF
were attractively Hick,-.glow 1
tionize the industry!
u.e4Dolont PaP)' won the "How?" let Us PnMKti end bcwtlftcs Dri oar M rieed.)
prime In the amateur contest for In 4 "-eo Fw ciMnlng
"Look at the adjustable mirror, It watt Asap you hands.ff. .
her and Up dancing. Marlow
Jacobson song won the prize for the powder compartment manicure RejuvenateYour swD.a ;14 I
act built In, and a hideaway for
best costume and Mary Roberts; s15
Grit.I .
,chewing gum. -- Car .

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WoodWork t
f Body render ,Repair I''

,r MONKEY ONLY Tops and TrimmingS D. HorneCo. Inc.FRANK

OBTIce Hoani a. mv U g p. m. I Cover ., .
r Sundays I te U IN THI U.S IIialaaa I PaintingArt's L.SKILU Owner

i Closed Saturdays

Free Parking: Space: Dave neat I Iof Pmt S HOMESTEAD, X LA. PHONE 507JIr

llti N. W. liTO ST. MIAMI Naranjo Read I II
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I Four of the officers chosen Halloween games were played A group of Homestettd friend
I I Social Events 11 II,i by the Women Missionary I and doughnut, hot chocolate. pea- i attended a surprise party given for
Society of the Homestead Methodist nuts and apple were served. Mrs. E. H. Hiner by her daughter,
Church at Its meeting Tuesday The following girls were present I I Mr' *. Wm. Casselberry at U>* Cas-
I afternoon in the church were I : Wanetta Koestline Iris Cap- elberry home In Winter Park
re-elected. They were Mrs. linger Mary Grace English, Betty i Saturday night Mr. and Mn. Hiner -
_ 1.1 Jane Meybem. Lillian Booth, MarJorle left Homestead several month
I Davis, vice-president; Mrs. E. S., Lewis Louise Dearing, Mary ago to five in Winter Park.In .
_ YOUNG PEOPLE'S UNION IN LEGION HALL CapHnger, bal treasurer, and Ellen Gay, Sue Moye Nina Bul- the Homestead group were:
-- him J. A. MffNeTO, recording lard, Alice Marie Relthmaler and Mr. and Mn. H E Schalt Mr, and
Alone Koestline.W. Mn E. A. Ames; Mr and Mrs. W. ,
J.illrtylx: young people attended EvyJee DeUloger, Miss Annie secretary. Other officers are:
the party given by the! Hartley, Mm Martha Close Miss I Mn. C. B. Bentley, treasurer; I C. DRILL-('
RedlMnd District Young People's Geraldine Reitz, Miss Bonnie Mrs. Daniel Williams social service '
Union in the American Legion I Bell Myers Mir Betty Blake chairman and Mn. J. D. GETS NEW '

hall Monday night The haul I Miss Mosley Sever, Mir Jeanne Redd, corresponding secretary. Miriam Miss Pearl Scott I I I' '
was deuirated with palmetto Calkin. Miss Ruth Frederick I Plans were made for the all-day were
fronds and the punch table with Miss Marree Borgardt. Misses' week of prayer meeting which Orange Blossom 4l
I. local Woodmen's
frond .nd cut flowen.AfUi Margaret and Elizabeth Halnlin,. was held In the church yesterday
Mn. Bentley led the devotional Ing at the
Miss Kathleen Ross Miss Elide
a grand march the rim, Godwin. Mn
Mlle Nera Min and Mn. Davis led In prayer.
Sep Lott Myr- II
divided Into und
pany wa group of Fort Pierce, It
tl> Luckey, Mia Lillian Bennett, Present were: Mn. Mollle Win-
each prepared stunt also
a made
group I gate, Mrs.' Wm. Fox, Mn Casper was a
Miss Dorothy Munn Miss -I
After the games, the Rev. C G I club. Mn
Williams Mrs II. M. Gibbs, MnWm. .
Sullivan! Mia
Nelson. pastor of the Redtand and i aker and Miss .
Nolan Mn. John Wllllama.Mra. .
Hodge and Merle and MarthaJanuary
Florida City Community churches, appointed to make :
Daniel William, Mrs Bird,
led In ilnglng I The Rev A. A. Koestline, R. c., Mn. McNeUU Mn Bentley. MnOeo. for an \ !
Ibis Elizabeth Bush who wai I Jackson, Earl Swllley, E. F. Mar- Ranton, Mrs. A. S. Mays, I' In a bunco game' | '
In charge of the games WM aa- I shall Ernest Campbell Stanton Mrs. O. L. Showalter, Mrs. Robert ness session Mrs. et
suttee by Garland Wynn Miss Beck, Harry Brown Alonio Ben- Glenn, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. J. made the high .
: Scott, the low.
Christine Hughes was la charge nett Harry Diehl Ralph Rutlandof W. Avery. Mrs. C. A. Akers, Mrs
of decorations and refreihmentj. Miami, Harold Taylor Donald Vivian Booth, Mrs. A. A. Koeitlne Cake fruit Jello
Mia Kathryn Cast was -at the l Hawkes Albert MM. Ciplinger, Mrs, Toroyser. were served by
Jimmy Scott .
sisted byiMn.
door. I.s f : Halnlin. Austin Lott Donald J4.c- Mn Lit.' field.add MissJennie Othen present ... ,

Others present went Mr. and Kay, tendon Hickson John and Lobdett. > Brady, Mn. Alice :
Mr. Gotch Kuftldt Mn A. W Ed Hlckson Paul Cox, Edward Annie Martin,
January, Mn J. E. Close Mini Burr Donald Cross, John Bor ML AND MRS. BEVO WEBB derson Mn. :
Ethel Roberta, Miss Ellen Peterson gardt Sam Allen Gene Camp ENTERTAIN: BRIDGE CLUB and Ruel Godwin.
Misses Antoinette and Helen bell, Fred Borgardt Dennis Car- Mr. and Mr*. Bevo Webb entertained J ;
Moye. Miss Olive Pope, Min Mary ter, David Livingston, Labon the Teachen Club at their DINNER PARTY i
McNelll, Mill Marjorie Redd. Bishop, Johnnie Hutto Kermit home Tuesday night Mr. and BIRTHDAY 0..1.
Misses Esther and Evelyn Pope, Glbba, Burton Sttnson Chas and Mri. W. R. Bird won the high Mrs. J. D.
Miss Frances Lett Mir Loubelle Jack Turner, Clement Russell, E. score prizes. with a dinner
Grennell, Mist Ellen Vann,, Mine J. Graham Alvah Taylor Albert The others present were: Mr. Mr. Perkln's ,
Martha Lee and Virginia Bush Taylor, Albert January and Allen and Mr L. B. Soramen Mr. and at their home on
Wine Eleanor Holferty, Miss Hartford. Mrs. Frank Webb Mr. and Mrs. Saturday night.
Geo. N. Wakefleld and Mr. and Vases of ;

SUPPER CLUB CELEBRATES Game and contests were enjoyed. Mrs. 3. H. Webster.HALLOWEEN on each side of the : ;;

MRS. I-EHMAN'S BIRTHDAYAfter Black and orange Ice cream, and each place jleu
playing bridge until midnight cookies, candles and orange drinks : PARTY to a marigold.
Wednesday the Supper Club were served.
Mrs. A. A. Koeitline and Mill .
Mr* Russell Home
celebrated the birthday annlver- Older people present wereMr: Antoinette entertained! the
Maya Bruce Ennls, Mr.
ary of Mr. Lee Lehman which and Mn. 'A. L. Lanier, Mr. and
members of Mist Maye's Sunday Campbell, Mr. and
fall ..
Nor. S. Birthday
Mrs Frostier Weldon Mr. andMrs. school at a Halloween Mr. and Mrs.
cake end class partyIn man,
coffee were served. A '
George Barnes Mrs. A. H.
the Mehodlit Sunday School annex Mr. and Mrs.
chicken Wfog supper wa served earlier Hinman, Mn. Cattle Barnes, Mn. Saturday night Gay and It-I Mr*. Edith Keen.
/In th+* Vf Mr. and 'Mn. Russell Home, Mr Ethel Howard
J IT Weftrter. at whose home the Mrs. Richard Dealer, Mn R. ItAlple

party wa ,*d.. ). Mr Dexter Smith and
Five tablet of bridge were In John and Edward Barnes
pl.Mra.. B vo Webb and Mr. PUBLIC AND DRUGGISTS
Children present were Johnnie
Unman woo high wore prlac
Lou Hurls, Barbara Gene Home,
and Mr and Mn. T J Faust low
score prise for club member I IMra. Vera and Ann Rheney Mary Ellen REXALL TRAIN ON ITS
and Louise Dearing, Connie
0 I. Parman and J. R. SAFETY"J
Campbell. Maude Ritch Mae
Brook wo,,", the high score prior! Betty When it comes Into cM section on In 29OOO-mI! loaf
and Mrs, Brooks and Mr. Perms Clark, Gypsy Howard, Virginia of the country, Until druggists from here and the
the low score prize for guests."* StudstUl Wand Joy Peters, Mar unwinding an wilt attend the one-day conventionto
tha Ann Linda, Sylvia Barnes, be bold oa the United Drug Comftaft mitlioiwiol.Ur 1
Club members present! were} Barber BJggen. Sammy Harris, "bonl-on-wbMlt.''To tmn specially built for coo
Mr and Mr Frank Skill Mr. and Richard and Ira Degler Tommie nation, carries foot exhibit car, two meet
Mr W. K Walton Mr. and Mn. lag can, cafeteria diner, office car two car
Be\o Webb, Mr. and Mn Fault I Harris, Alva Refits, Johnnie Little! for during sad >l"ping quarters for a stall
and Mr. and Mrs. Lehman. Dickie Carney, Gerald Andrews, of JO. Slop will be Bide fa 200 :
Calvin Weldon Richard Bigger. low*)*, acui in 109 of these towns
Guest were: Mr. and Mn Tom Lynne Irwin Buddy Horne El- conventions will be btld.The public
Lindsay, Mr. and Mn. H. P. Mc- .
I it invited to view die train whet*
bert West Sonny Peter, Marlow
Daniel Mr. and Mn. L. B. Som- nt it stop*.
Jacobin, Buddy Hinman, RalphShort.
men Mr. and Mn. Parman end 1p
Clinton Cooper and Robert
Mr. and Mn Brooks.

Children and parent attendedthe 11 ON" TUESDAY NOV.. 17 I
HillowcMi party given Friday 1" The Woman's Club of the Red- !
night bMi. 'and Mn David lands will hold Its November,

Borneo at their home for their I business meeting at a o'clock on ,
,Tuesday Nov 17. A program ,
Martinrel. wfH be given at I o'clock and a i

.raven o( confetti streamers and social meeting win follow the program >

noise make {wet given the ;I
children who were in costume I
I Ii

i lB.
f f "j..fJ t
1 ; BeautyTrue At The Dixie Drug's le Sale. :

agive beauty demandsthe l.I

[the genuine time beat Whether of care at you all j The sale: has been so timed that many

;UCEME Permanent wlah a "wave. a facial, have been included
a manicure, or any of I
the cttet essential aids
Soft rolling abundem. ;,
***i- I
luting curb-dut'i die ,to beauty+ you'll find I 2 for I--- {
the skilled operators at )
t Wad 01...__ras ww
/Ae4 dui'i the lid .e give Pit'sBeauty Parlor I

roe *e do genuine Eugenenwg ready quickly to at any serve time you Get aboard the train
,with f eauu* Eugnxlwn. f
Cree.elf note. Spiral sad
$ Let "
M twu '
j 1.. bait KM the MHM with w Cembuutloe THE DIXIE!:

p, mnl WMiuljiiem ash ttntf PERMANENT '-ES i

i IRS facaestl asck arts{ Prices & $6, $7

Bush's Barber Shop PAT'SBEAUTY Rexall

( &: Beauty Parlor PARLOR

ns 139.R Hers ..... "SAVE WITH
Miss LBHe Brew. Operator I N.


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Friday, November 6. 1936 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pare Eleven f i

: ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS I Benefit Tonight Musical at to ChurchA BeHeld / _

-__ --_-- ------_.._.-..,.. _. __ i CLASSIFIED ADS I .
I' : I
GARDEN CLCB TO HOLD Mary Bradley and Miss Ruth Tower i musical program will be given ''
SEASON'S FIRST SESSION were In charge of refreshments at T:W tonight by the choir of RATE: tint Insertion 10* a line; subsequent Insertions

The South Dade Garden Club I fee Homestead Baptist Church,! If. line '

will hold IU first meeting of the TWO BILLYS AtE HOSTS the proceeds be used to
season at the home of Mrt. Elberta) AT HALLOWEEN fAtTY I buy new choir and to have 1 FOR RENTFOR GLADIOLUS BULBS Picawdy.

Buie on N. W. Fifth street Monday I I Billy Walton and Billy dark the church piano tuned. Mrs.C. .\ the most spectacular and mod
afternoon at I rfclock. Mrs. Wm. N. Walker choir leader will
. entertained a group of friends With I I RENT-.Four room HOUM be.utUulledlolua produc
Dunlop secretary, announced this I be In charge.
ed. Flesh to salmon
a Halloween party Friday night with bath. A. S. McGaulhey.I pink color.

week. I I the home of Mr. and Mrs W. atl The program In part Is as follows I rear of liT N. W. 8th St, Home Vigorous grower and well adapted -

Clark on Eckman road. I I'I : a group numbers by pupils I stead. (pn8) to Florida conditions. Highest -

B. P. W. C. INVITEDTO I' Guessing games and bobbing for! of Mrs Annie Mayhew Fits- quality bulbs, large has $*J3

BIRTHDAY DINNER ,'I apples were enjoyed. Punch and' Patrick; song by the choir; solo! FOR RENT-Fuml>h d house and per 100 medium alee, tl.SO per

The members of the Hialeah cookies were served. Mrs. Vera Summerln; vocal duet apartment Homestead Variety 100. postpaid Orders for shipment

Business and Professional; Women's I I After the party the group went by Mrs. Summerlin and Mrs 8 I Store. (pn') by express not prepaid,

Sub have Invited the members of to Redland to attend the school L. West, two songs by glee club; TOMATO LAND in large all, tl.00 per 100, medium

the Homestead Business and Professional I I carnival. ) piano solos by Miss Virginia Frick Allapattah sis, $1.10 per hundred. No order
Gardens section farmed in tomatoes -
Women's Club to Join I Those present were1 Mr. and and Miss Mabel Ruth Pope; read- three has accepted for lea than $1 Special -

them at their tenth-anniversary 1 1 I Mrs. Clark Mrs R. Q. Huff Miss' in;. Mrs C. H. Rice. I myrtle growth.years Rent ago$2, now acre prices per 1000. E. T. Draper

dinner which will be served at the Ellen Huff, Miss Eunice Walker No admission will be charged Other land per entirely Boyklna. Vs. ;

Miami Battle Creek Sanitarium at I I Miss Sybil Cheshire Miss Virginia, but a silver offering will be I per cleared year.110 per acre. D. t Allen. 4

8.30: Sundays A program will fol- Dorsey Miss Lucille West Miss taken. MiamI Phone 1-8897. LOST i

low the dinner. Elizabeth Mcllwaln. Miss Catherine 1 1I 1I 1I ,

Those who desire to go are asked 1 I I Scherr Miss Ruth Fredericks,I II TOMATO OR POTATO land for .LOST Black and white fl't t

to notify Mrs. Agnes Eason, Miss Willella Bullard. Harvey Rue rent at Gould, Fla. Preston H. male setter. Collar has Dr. 3

the Hialeah president, so that reservations Wm. McMlchaH Martin Bishop,! I Lee. (p e 23) Thomas' name on It Anyone

can be Dlade.PItlSBYTEalAN Howard Lamb Rex Faust Clinton having knowledge of the whereabouts

I Bishop and Howard West i I ,! FOR RENT 4-room home, two of this dog please notify

MEN'S CLUB I Screened porches, running water Dr. B. I:. Oatlin phone, 85.Homestead. ,

I Apply W W. &eft!). '
Ladies night will "be observedby : SIXTH ANNVERSARY Redd'l Dry Cleaners. MISCELLANEOUS

the Presbyterian Men's Club '
Eight persona attended dinner

,tonight. whetr-ther members- and and bridge party In honor of the I FOR SALE PIANO TUNING .n.' repairing.
their Jedte' have dinner at the 'I
sloth wedding anniversary of Mr. Good used piano for sale cheap.W.LKoon,121N.W.3rdSt .
X2rcea Lantern 1 FOR SALE 4 concrete
ReaUurentiand room
bad Mrs Carl Warner at the Warner *:
,ate the home of Mr. and Mrs, A. r home Friday night They were s stqcco house. Strictly .modern;

'Arthur afterward for a program. Mr. and Mrt. D. L. Leahey of Miami 'I I 'laundry, playhouse, storehouse. ,REALESTATEREAL ----- ,
,ad business 2-car 400 fruit.trees U
meeting ,' garage 4
Mr. and Mrt. W. S. Bur*
Mrs. Arthur and Mrs H. 8. Wolfe hardt of Goulds, Mr. and Mrs. R.L. General royal and other palms lawn 17ftX330 KSTATE-Tuoee who want

-are. the hostesses. Walker of Homestead and Mr. ft 5 acres property to buy or sell Redland District

and Mrs. Warner. I Public Utilities telephone city lights. F. H. A. real estate will find up-to-flat

24 ATTEND METHODIST First prize at bridge was won'byMr. i loan 350000. Price 11,500 listings In our office. Many of

'HALLOWEEN PARTY Leahey. Mrs. Walker won Terms Apply Scherr Feed and these listings arc still at sub
t Thirty-four attended the I Supply Store. (n< U) normal prices. We shall
Hal. the consolation prize. I lemestead nM ...-.. appreciate -

jloween costume party given by either your Inquiries or
FOR SALE Isle of Pine grapefruit
\the young people's department ol I i your listings all of which will
I TJo a bushel; 2Sc a dozen
Trailer Takes DisplayTo have our best attention. Now
(/the Homestead Methodist ChurchIn M
II Mrs. Xva Collins, Biscayne drive
the Sunday School annex Fri- Rural Housewives: I I LEGAL NOTICES I and Federal Highway. (nstt) I the time to buy. a W. Morris 1
day' night I II now associated with H. A. Cam
After a FOR SALE tangerines eron, N. W. lit St. In CltisensBankBldg.
parade through the I> i -Ripe oranges -
A store on wheels that takes a fD"
streets, the group had contests I I ISMOta .. 1(1)I { grapefruit, fryers eggs,' Phone Tl. .Q
display of Norge and Stewart-I I NOTICE IS HKKFkT GIVEN that f
and, games which Included biting ""l. Or Shanklin Grove, Hi mile
to the T. CkUtloMOH. kol Warner electrical
products a
at apples on strings, bobbing for !I >unl> Tax Oitirlcou No. 9924 Load tKo I west of Florida City. (oSO-tf) SITUATION WANTED
door of the prospective customer I sat day of Au.u.R/A. U IOU kM flM
apples, visiting chamber of horrors for demonstration is the. Mm In aur off... o4 kM mod ppUek, Vegetable 'T
and telling witch stories purposes Uw r..ta. d.d U k* JM W thoroM.SoM SPECIAL-Baby chicks Reds, EXPERIENCED
Hefieihments( proud possession of Redland Appliance OorUfkot* lie the MkmlitI Rocks, Buffs, $850 per 100 er wants position as manager or 1
loughnuts formerly the Homestead sate eI "Iorid.rip 100.1T 1 lr I Scherr Feed and Supply Store foreman Capable, efficient, hard r
lollypops and hot Norge Shop now at 205 N. Krome 14. .... Fria La' 00% Sub., (030 U) worker. Best references. Address
:hocolat, were served Plot anent .. Pep It M ........ I. I
MIaMtolnette avenue U Sooth.I .. ..... 4e 1M& : Box 84) Homestead
Moye was In The traveling store I* a trailercar I MMolonw la ioroi nor :hsrgp of recreation and Mrs. A. completely fitted out with deer! I I the CouMy of Dad. StMo of t::...:: I i punt $10. Lew Howe Miami

\.KoestUne, Mr* Wm.Nolan/Mlas trie refrigerators'; ranges irortenj,!'' Iko TIM MM OOMOMBoal nrtaW*of braaa Mid m Property. in w under ante!! Springs, Fla. (po 23)) WANTED- Part-time'"* by

machines arid AI.BCIIT B. TRABKU. business college pupil. LcoULltUe
radios washing
IU't,,;' Mid earliness iMrll I heW Hrroeeoll
I TOMATO Pepper and
--I mall appliances. It Is especially ......... to .*.. tk. prtestr 5-15-I a S W Third St Homestead -
The iidai'ennm.msa.ar.mrrm. designed to suit the convenience 'I...l tkoNlii wilt ka wMto tb. blet, plants. Simons, cor. Silver him .
Clte, I i I.' ..r at Uw COont.h_ t""r .. the rims i i Dr. tt Richard Rd. (I 4 tl) ,
of housewives who Mve.in. the Monday I* the DMilk of Do..kn, ISM.wklk South

country tnd would haw to disrupt k the tth dv of DMRk last.DoMd ; MANGO CHUTNEY So an oz. or i "Pwarel to the rrvrhloin at ttHuklM .......
Nov. Marionette show a their week's schedule and make I! thin alas day oT Ovldkrr. IM4 I MI eI Me A* .if IM.. m*10. I.bw.br
B. R. LCATHKKMAN 38 a pint. Jungle Grove. i
snofit for at tr TW rim N.II..M Noab I'
Homestead school art I a trip Into town to see such a display I Clark of ClmiH C-'". I at H_'. In the iH. of HimxSUM ......, r
t lasses, In Nu.,1. King Cooper' Dado 0...",. florUotlrrull FRYERS Live or dressed Free' eI Florida eat it. liability IkM ...;
School Court Pool < >m Uw Illlllllll W ..._ at ,III r.ftork ........,.
auditorium at t p. m. I Mr Tracy Chlnners proprietorof RT N ('. aTKRKtrr. D C.Ort. i delivery In city. Phone 113 -ltr, I kit IK. pmrWowi 4 s..Ih.ti Ills:
Nov. -Baptist choir benefit Redland Appliance, who has SS. III, Nov. 4. IS) McEwen Poultry Plant It a. Nand aaade, a. A-"". Sol
In First .twatbn n d IN rodura l _,.. At m
I Baptist Church been seriously was able to make NOTICE or ArriK-ATioN roB TAT hall '
sow '
Nov I f1.DlltrlctUna, of her first at the store i l DKKD I SMALL PLANTS and cutting for :ar t..d the' Ih N!''':''=:
' episcopal appearance [ (.Mass BUI No. |U) sal.*. Mrs Gco w. Kosel. JungleI 1. t. MoLgNDON.. I'Mhl ,"
Woman's aulliary atfrmltyfcCDlseopal a short while Wednesday for the i NOTICE: W HBHrBt GIVEN thai I Oft .-*.... tt)
i Cb\irch In Mi-, fjj get time In many weeks $neI ,I' A. H HiCVLLOUOH MOW of Blab ate I Grave, Redland road and PlIII I
j I uml atilO I. "jiffii" Tax .fi'i' SMI teuvl mer t .1ve. OAPDLC AA4T10V FOR TAX
!1i" I, ) recuperating satisfactorily and tae **r hu filed
Noofj T4M ntt! meeting In 1.1 "Expects to be back on the job per- I snow In aw "ffl". M M. node .pvUovUM Ib I I events Mi N.. lan
i >. oA. ifflpfr I'' for a IM dra to ko head tknwii FOR SALE Guavas Jo only i NOTICE IS IIKRFRT la' V..Nhat
manently within a short time. I Said Cnrt/float./ l raikKCM tko felkmlix4mtiO4jnf / I In small quantities Jungle 1 l.ll.l.AII C FRANKLIN h.l.l.r ,.1 MM
N -,Badtend: plstrlct Mln- "f "- .. oad .
9y *r t* wt county I CM Tat cmiiuif N. mma rod
terie A11OVouncheon Mat d TlofS.. awN- Drove Redland. I lho 71h 4air ..f A.KU.I. A. II IM,
meet- I i NU of 1111'''' ul IEV: of SR'4, N', h.. fllod. MIM III m> "Mlrv ..ot.... meads
ay at tome fll nr. and Mrs L. C. of 8KU .f UK', of SS4. S1. of 1111'''' GUAVA JtriCE $1 per gallon. I ."..._ tot a tax 4.4 to 1. 1,01.4tb.m.e.
Shanklin In *. of aKft *< HEH! I* locthin. tl, Tnon.I saes CVrtlfl..tlMr .brat- the
Florida( GK GROVETHEATRE I I sly M smith, lUnn M hat nmlaln.In ;, Jungle Grove, Rcdland.CARI ,....... SliOtltxl umiMTtiII In. ,... C.m-
Nov. -Soulh Dade Garden It Aw.move or 1.... I I. ".. Coun- ..f elate of n..rM.. II .. wi'
Hub's first meeting of season with I w of I***. SUM at """""*. ,, ",", .. lOc qt. CUTTINGS I' ** St. tWk s. Cr.okll. It........
The oMHM.nt of laid *raort|> undtr and SMALL PLANTS for sale a SuM.. ,lilt ftant S. PaP 44. In The.
.. Siberia Buie at S p. nx tko MM/ KfUfloM blend ww la tko .._ Gnaw I**, stet -t rUn \........
'tn. IJfnclalollit of Rebek- COCONUT GROVE dP.1.HAMM.unl.s II Mrs Oeo. W. Koscl. Jungle TM' w..aest at rid -
Mid mlflnt shall ka Node..4 .-. Grove Redland) road and Plum- led MN MtN4aa Maud Via r:::. == )
1 and t Admission Me I ,
I president to Liberty Re- _fee a taw, the poems dMfnkudUiorali ai, UfiKNOWH.
a "bekah Lodge Matinee Sat and San., tee will ha MM. k> the klilwot bled.r I ." MM MrtUiMblIni OW 4 madmen.d .
! 1 te'II.III. .I ... Covrt-kooM door on tk* that Mo.. k> Uv Ui. aray.rfy .d....reM4th
Nov to--Woman's Club of I l.AMY la tk. .*.tit of DoMBkor I.... which ems will k. MM U Ito hyhmo 1160410
Homestead kt 1 I lo tko Ilk day *f _...... late ROSE BUSHES at tho. Ca.rrh..m daor M ... fbt MM.
I meeting p. m. S.... Mon.. Nov. ,., Dud ub 14th day of Otnkw, I Ml. dip bi the lomiik of Bmalkar. ISIS. iriibkj
Nov. 11Program of prayer atSt >I' B. N. LEATHEaMAN.Clork We offer select quality two b ik* Ilk dor of Dioioik.1. isasDatd .
John's Episcopal Church. JANE "TnIERSlaVI1'o" of Glen Cowt. DM Com"*. I Ohio I4ik do of (M.d m, UMfWrl r
COBB"PEPPER" I Clmtt Court SM Florid year budded roses M.00 per dos L a. 4RATNERMAN
; Nov. 12-Redland Ladles' Aidmeeting i ttf N. c sTEanrrr, D c prepaid. Red Radiance. Pink of ChvoM Coort. Dado with Mrs C. Ben Plum-. la I I lOrt ... I'. S>. M*>. II Out seat FkwkM
Radiance Columbia, Pros H. I I a. B. c arramnT. D O.
mer.Nov. NOTICE OF ArrtK-ATIOM FOB TAX Hoover Talisman, Luxembourg I 10.'. ... 2s M, _. 41
12-Woodmen's Circle URrnSMM I I i
K. A. Victoria. Caledonia -
meeting, with Mrs W. D. Coker. I "O'tICB' IS HKmCHV GIVEN that ; Climbing Paul Scarlet
Nov. 1J-Redland P.-T. A.meeting Tues Wed.. Nev. '/ T ChrbtlMn. klW *f lass oM Talisman. IIOTcl'a.-i- Illl
; Tax Cv"d"l. No. 4H Midti. Climbing .IVrtf IkotIM
at I m, EDMUND Levi'sCotrtanee : |1 Clammy. see day eI Aimot A. 0. ins. has fibd Cwt sworici... ..... Rnld.e of seaCoasts
j t Nov 1>-tre Club meeting Cummins la Mm l* mr offm. ... hid pea a*. ; Lone Star Rose Bush Co. as twt.,.... Na 4146 .rod 'M
with ,Hollo* far a Ui dud k> ka wad Uwr day of In". A. D .*... .... flM
Mrs Albert Meybem. "SEVEN SINNERS" 'o*, loW (VniflrMo .saw.a.a the fo*. Dept B Trier Te. tame in or .0ba. sad has mate ....-
Nov. IS-Meeting of Eplacopaloman" _.. to N. Canty I faW a a. dead M .. wand _
,of Bo**. Sass of nii'lkn li-o sr .i .... OtUfU. mhM tk. a.-one
Auxiliary with Mr. W. UI IS. sleek C, Dow rark a Suk.I i"P fcniSm pnvnw In '''. CnMr of -
t. dark Ttrar. Fit Nev. 12-11 I do.. flu Book a, PM .. I. UM Cow rrrntoM ro. rags. SUM d fmrUm. toMtlLM.
I Nov. W CLAIRE TREVOR I U of Dodo. Stow of P1 44.. I cactus '.It SNas 14 a ts .,It. .. CM.I n.kw.Pmjuirr .
District meeting of | TW mamem-a of MM prooon mdrtk ;.TO CONCK M| Club SMI. Pan I. a __.. A
Business and Professional Women's I."Human. Mid _,.....; wed van lo tile Ian 1 '::0.4: koiokr *t thus Ik.I Plat .. tf !.* lit !loft 0...,
of l UMKNOWN. mdn lod SAIASl aCBUCCA HMD- d Omtf. SUM eI ftarM*
dubs at Homestead Country Cargo" I CkUo MM. Mrtlflnt* .... W ndio.iidOTOrdlW RICK Wife of C. W Rood lewds Th..arat of MM amewa7 .......
Out). y t* lav.. Ik* Mponr _1100oi 1, apply I* wm aI tile J.drve of MM CbnKCoart 46.' ve4 mrtNI 0 bound 10" Ia the "Me
'shoe is will .. odd M tile htakoot kwVriw of the KkrwMk JodMl tftftIt of of i JOHH M. 1ttakMo .
l Nov IT-Meeting* the-Wo- Sat Ner. It ,, of the Cow" d.-or .w the ,_ Mmo .......... M II....'. .Uod Oa t>. FTofkkui MM ..." ..*!* ...n 1imiatloj ,..........
anan's Club of fie Redlonds at I* the aMolk of ___..., lase. vkkik I'i for a IIOM I* aumwo. law tarp of ... I* low lie pnrt oVwrlkMlaVrota
HOOT GIBSON <4> card il.nwlrw, Ita. Mol 4 ko* pniii, aiM M Immure a fio* wtII ko MM l* Ik* kluknl Ndf.e
IP.m. I. I 1. .Jdtllt SM do* *f CMnkp. IMS.I doib hi fTf noniiit al 10 Oft .*rtark ,M tile c..ttM -_ *.. oo the Chat Hon.b .
t Nov. 17--Gleaners' class meeting I K. S. LEATHKaMAN.I A. M.. rN.._Mr St, I.M, ot .. MM.tkmaflor doe a Muth of ._..... 1s... shoo
\I ol Clmtt c...... a* I me W krd.I tile Otis Off of |_.... 1424
with him WUUrd Fifleld at "Cavalcade of the West"AbrsrtN.l Drlo c:...." .- I Dolrd at MtamU Florida, Ma .... dar Dud this ..., day rf ....H...r. lad
.30. CM earn iwr 'of ItoMM, A. D I.... H IL tftATMLMKAN. t
Nov. >0 <). E. N. C trcRarrr. o. rio | SASAB RKSCCCA!: RfDEirkT.rotHioa. Clark d clrrass C..re.
S. meeting for "Ace Dru mond" <* s*. a*. N... a, ID **. bad. ('_>, rborWa I
OI' I) matrons and worthy pa- FSANkt s. OWLINO Cbr**) room seal .
Sullmor txf FwMnoor. lit N C. STFUkETT l> l
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Demonstration on Duke's J EXCELL
Mayonnaise and RelishCome Soda Crackers OCI
In and sample these delicious lIb.pkg. ._.... 1
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"The Nation's Joy Smoke"
.. PRINCE ALBERT Gra'm Crackers
I TOBACCO I lb.pkg l'3c
1 Regular 2 oz. tin __._- lOc AND SAT. SPECIALS u. h

I.. (l ISUGAR, bulk, iQpou ds 48cI

BULK Premier 32 oz.bottle 1 Crystal White 21ri lb.pkr. Octagon Soap orPOWDERS
Meal or Grits _Maple Pancake Syrup 39c I Soap Flakes hh___ 17c *'
5 Jbs. u....... 19c Tomato J Ull/C. ??':," RoyaJJms *Cr 3 pkgs. -/u.. 13c
24 L etas 3 for pv
: Fancy Whole Grain I Phfflipa
RICESlbs. Corned Beef Arm ur's can :1.! cPillsbury's Pork and Beans
Target lib.can ......... 5cSuiwweet
......... 25cSUPERSUDS
i Flour; 20 Ib.:bag 97C

Spkgs .._.... 25c I Red Sour Pitted Cherries .....No...2 15c can I_ SYRUP Pure Gold h..ue i/fc gal 35e can 2 lb.PRUNES pkg. ..... 22c

I'TRING BEANS, PEAS or SPINACH1 3 No. cans 25c)

Swift's 3 Ib.can qt.jar Golden RipePANAN&S
JEWEL LARD CRISCO ....-...... 59c I DILL PICKLES .... 19c
r lb:pkg. ....... 15c tall 3 Ibs. ..._....a.. .136Red
BulkBrown MILK (Any Brand) 3 cans 23C Chief ,

Sugar Maxwell House Coffee lb.X7c D.OGFOOD
4 Ibs. ......... 25c Tall can, ......u 5c
//WE HAVE ALL THEINGREDIENTS Dixie Oleomargarine, lb. 'l8c' Give us your order for a
FOR YOUR FRUIT Gauze 6 rolls Argo TURKEYOur
: CAKE Toilet Tissue ...un 25c I Peaches,No.2/can. 15c Price Is Right

I' (II POTATOES, Extra Selected, 10 ,Ik '26c

II Produce Department Meat Department

Sweet Potatoes,51bs.l7c Picnic Hams Circlets lb 44

Yellow Onions 4 Ibs. Steaks (WESTERN 1L
lOc: Round or Sirloin) 1U. ZSc

Lettuce FIRM HEADS 2 for lSc Western FANCY Chuck Roast :I8c POUND

CELERY,large selected stalks,each.-.10c
BREAKFAST BACON,Our own slice,lb....35c

LEMONS,fancy imported,dozen........14c CHEESE (Wisconsin Cream) Ib...._.24c

w CARROTS,large bundles,2for._____....15c.19c FRYERS, (From Farms)lb. _....35c

YORK COOKING APPLES,5 Ibs. .......... CALF BRA INS,lb.._..............:.15c

J: Copntry Roll Butter cioverbioom |Ib, 37c

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