The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00099
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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 20, 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: UF00087294:00099
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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GIFFORD SEESDRAINAGE I Ditch In Highland Cleaning Next to Start Week I JAIL FOR FAIRSEXVOTEDBY i i Union In 3 Services Parts ot Slated UitrfctI I DELEGATION \

Work on the Highland ditch I I Thanksgiving, next 'r\\ll'wdU' i

AS cleaning project will be started will be celebrated In versus ways'I TO SEE BOARD

the tint of next week It was announced In the Redlaad District (for NAN
in Miami fill week by it will be an opportunity tor .

O A. Sandqulat, district director week-end of hunting or tI
BIG MISTAKE of the Florida Works Progress Ad- CITY COUNCILTo ''For others It will mvn II1C'1 ON TUESDAY <(

ministration. giving services at church: It) the

I Approval of the project, which I morning a big dinner at horns otI I,
Involves clearing the drainage I I on a picnic and an attarrigon out -

Five Acres of High: Land I ditches in the Highland area, Convert Shower Room ', with the family In icy\ c,r to Reopening of Acrent's Office i' "

Drained With Every hyacinths southwest,of weeds Florida and City debris, of water, wa of Firemen Into Cells ,1 dictate.wherever and wliatevw J..V> may Here Still Aim ,

Glade Acre approved some time ago but has for Women I Union Thanulvln''VIm I of Committees z

been delayed until now by high will be held in thnr% actions of


AUDIT OF BOOKS! at St. John's Kplncopa ..
County Crews to Repair I"Church& with preaching; by: the
Streets in Homestead actor, the Rev. Win. C. Taylor;
Lowered Fresh Water Table Closing Time Extended an in Redland at the Coirunuttity Failure to Meet Causes :

\> "Lets,,in Salt r countyeomnuiwion has taken Hour/or Begr$tand' ((Church, with preach.p| ,by, pro No Change in Plans,
From Sea ever Krome and Flagler avenues and Saloons Lloyd C. Shanklill; I II Goulds..'ot However t
1 'the Goulds Baptist ChurxJK-with
and Mowrj street within the ,
city ).of Homestead for maintenance of : preaching by theRw. John ,' H. -
; It ti a bit mistake to drain water Conversion the-flremea shower .Civic club committees and
Stroud pastor of the Goulds. Pentecostal growers -
during the coming year, room In the concrete ,
small block I'
( from the Everglade, because for Church. whose trip to the county commission -
::1 County Commissioner H. L. Cook building behind the hall Into
every ten of the Everglades scheduled for Tuesday of
of Homestead said yesterday Business houses, including the
cell I
Jail for women prisoners
drained, five acres of high land ; Was this week, was called off Mondaywhen
I This is In accordance: with the authorized by the city council at grocery store, In Hoonv UHd\ and
J are drained at the tame time, Dr. It was learned that the commission -
Homestead city council's decisionto other Redland District communities .
its meeting! Monday night Theshowers '
John Gifford, professor of tropical I would hold no meeting,
accept repair of city streets by will be moved to the+ will be closed all d"".
forestry at the University of MIami I will appear before that board at
county road crews In lieu of its "V""
right-hand office room east of the
mid In the course of talk Its semi-monthly regular meeting
'; before the Lion Club of the Red- proportionate cash share of tbs council chamber upstairs7 the,IC.OFC.TOTAIKCANAL next Tuesday to ask that the :'
county road taxes. city hall and will adjoin the present
< land District Tuesday night Homestead office1 of the county
sleeping quarters of the fire- .
"Moreover, the draining away men. I agent be reopened.The
of the fresh water Invites the saltwater LIGHTS office has been cloned officially ;
NEW ASSISTANT Since the showers will occupy
to come In and maintain the since Nov. r, and at a j
the room that has been set aside '
water table at level," Mid Dr. commission last week :
sea meeting :
for the use of the Redland District: EXTRA HELP
Glttord. "It will not be long bet COUNTY AGENT Amateur Radio Club, the club I PA orders were given that all equipment j
fore Miami will be confronted and records of the office/ f
will be given the use of the northeast -
with a drinking water problem maintained" here for almost ten J
because af the seeping In of salt BEGINS DUTIESj the city office engineer., formerly occupied by Year-Round Holiday Cloa- years be moved to the, court house

water. Silver nitrate put into Contract for an audit et the ttty log Schedule lie office of the county agent in Miami -1]
-* of Miami drinking water without further
a glass delay.
books was awarded by the councilto ConsideredThe
today turns it milky because of the L. Edwards, Native Leonard L. Abbess on a bid of Committees that have written 1
alt content la the water." Floridian Is Specialist I protests and appeals to the commission -
not to exceed $330- erection of blloltet lights at
The main function of forest Is
and win head the delegation -
WorkJ. The Sun Oil Co. was granted
in Dairy the entrance to canals lit the bay
not to produce wood but to provide I
which will appear before the
a permit to erect a 16x14 concrete to guide pleasure craft returning
a protective covering for the commission at 10 a. m Tuesdayarc
block filling station on Lot 1,
Lawrence Edwards for after dark and the PostibUity of
to the land from more
earth prevent : Ben Archer, W. P. Cash and
Block\ 8, Town of Homestead, K 1
In getting additional post otfM help
than agricultural agent
being washed and blown a year
away Ernest P. Roberts, representingthe I ;
II i which is on Flagler avenue, about :
took for a holiday season ht promises '
Marion ,
away, said Dr. Clfford- A forest County Monday up Redland District Chamber of 1
three blocks northeast of Howrystreet
his duties assistant agriculture to be heavier than ever before, '
collection of trees as
Is not ,
Just a
Commerce: Chas. J. Caves, Tom I
A. J.
of Dade County. He was An application by will be among the things to be /
but of living creatures, agent
a colony t
and A. A. Koestllne,

LIndsey representing
to erect
Campbell for
a permit a
f including the Insects, birds, toads, in Homestead Monday with CountyAgent discussed and acted Upon at the the Homestead Rotary -C
24x42 house of frame andgalvanized
regular of the fedjani!
C. H. Steffanl.! meeting
and animals as well as trees, be Iron construction on Club, and T. E- Kirby, George W. i.
Mr. Edwards was born, reared District: Chamber of Ccitinvrce to
aid. Block 6 Flake Turner, Jr., and Dr. B. E. Catlin, \
'Lots 21 and 29, at
"Earthworms and hop toads are and educated in Florida. He fe be held next Wednesday slight :
of Manor, was not approved when the ( o'clock In the chajnlrt Of commerce representing the Redland DistrictLions ,
y two of the most valuable living a graduate of the college agriculture Club. '
building committeeman, Tom Harris -
of building adJoinlnf the "
of the University Flor-
the that comprisesa ,
thingsin colony reported that several residentsof All growers who can do so are }
ida and is familiar with the agricultural Homestead city hall.
forest, said the speaker "The In '
that subdivision had protested invited to Join the delegation
toad catch spiders and the earthworms problems peculiar to Flor- The Another feature of htfh. Interest the county commission chamber, >1> I
proposed building.
i turn over the soil. I don't ida, Mr. Steffanl said. While fully against question was referred to Mr. Harris will be the report of the committee 10th floor courthouse, at lOa m. 7 j,
think trees have rootkaot where qualified to assist growers Inall on reopening of be county
for further investigation and Tuesday, as an expression of their
I here are earthworms. We have phases of agriculture, he has disposition. agent's office In Hgmen*\4. The Interest in having the Homestead
a shortage of earthworms and hop specialized la animal husbandry I committee will be position to of
office the county agent reopen-
M. 7 White; member of a delegation -
toads down here." and was chosen by Mr. Steffani and report the results\ of tile commission
A forest fire Mill out all the and the extension division with an ) representing barbecue meeting scheduled for Tuesday,
.. living things besides the trees that eye especially to the needs of the beer stands and saloons, asked the the day before the ttminbrr meetIng I ed.R.D.LA.TOHEAR .
council extend the present closing -
dairy Interests of the county. ,
make up the colony of Bvln.cre.tU'e' .
hour of 11 o'clock to midnight ,
of. assistant
Gifford said. Employment an
for such places of business. The committee to seek ,n sy'ec- ,
This section of Florida Is more ceunty agent was authorized several ment among mercluti,.U> year-
council voted.to grant the request
of Cuba, weeks ago by the) Dade County -
tropical even parts on condition, that any music machines round schedule of holiday closing MANWHOSERVED
said Dr Gifford, but this Is the tomml..lon.CONSTRtlC'fION. In these places be silencedat will be appointed til Sh attemptto

"white man's tropics", where a 10 m. and 'that order and eliminate the ut><*r<*l<)ty and
cooling trade wind blows to make quiet be maintained from that confusion which no* attends the 2 SIDES IN WAR s

It posslble.and entirely respectablefor hour on to avoid disturbing the arrival of every holUUlr an4 the
4 a, white I man to get out and resident necessity for circulation\ a lust-
of neighboring
t do hit' own work. OFRIFLERANGE' sleep A request by J. W. English that minute closing agrt ri tit, Booked as Surprise Speaker -

The; coconut palm, the origin of the Southern Sep Telephone & The annual merttr*>ifp drive With Talkie Film, d d"Paris"
i which!; Is unknown, has 3,000 wire Telegraph Co be required to move will be DI'.anlu11I4 flying

roots that extend up the tree as TO BE STARTED an overhead cable from the business squads appointed with the aim of 1
part of the trunk making It almost section of Krome avenue to exceeding last years record total

J lmpervot to the wind; (Continued on Page Three) of 101 members "Parla", a talking moving pie-
&o matter how strong it blows, Dr. Gun- Club- -Equipment for --- ---- taro showing the cathedrals, boulevards -
Gifford said. and other show feature of

I Dr. Gifford Is the man who first Small Bore Pistol Business. and Professional Women the European capital, as wen as

got Honda's native mahogany Also ProvidedWork depicting the dally life and activity 1

recognized as real mahogany. He From Eight Cities Hold :Meeting HereBusiness of the Parisians, will be shown at

sent samples of Florida mahoganyto I* to begin this week upon the meeting of the Redland District

the) Paris World's Fair and got construction: of a rifle and pistol Improvement Association to
a diploma-tor exhibiting one of the range at the.Homestead Country and Professional Wo- panel discussion on "Vfbkh Boad be held In Redland High School i

finest specimens of mahogany ItI Club It was announced by R. S men's Clab members from eight ,Shall We Take?" auditorium Monday at 8 p. m

(Continued. on Page Three) Dunn, president the Fat South of the east coast cities In District Mrs. Agnes Ginn of MUfWl laId A present-day bu.1nell1rIIIft wig i
r Gun Club, at the dub' regular' the country is leaning toward served on both side during Ow
ot Florida assembled at the
I Eight
I THE WEATHK semi-monthly meeting held Wednesday federal control and bUMaHfrecy World War has been obtained au }

MUM mUMT soil rf MM ..........., night at the Wilson-Toomer Homestead; Country Club Sunday and spoke of regulatory laws and a surprise speaker- connection
-* warehouse. The Initial plans tor l and held their quarterly meeting the advantage of btvtut theist na- with the showing of the film W,

et: Dale Miss Rain the range call for such equipment' liter a tropical luncheon, plannedby twn-wlde \ W. Johnston, president of Ow Improvement

s, ,\ Nov. 13 .lall\ II 30.oe .24 as will provide facilities for club! 1 the \local club, had been served Mrs. Flora D. Mycrt, lava clerk association, said yet

< : t f Nov. 14 \ 10 30' .01 competition with small-bore rifles I Mr*. L- L. Bow, president of the and tax collector of Florida City terday A report win be made

I Nor- 19 ) 88 \ and pistols In the near future. I local: club made the address of and a member of tN Homestead by the committee which Is making -
't Nov. II 74 54 30.1 An Important ruling was adopted I welcome. Mrs. VIlla Betterleyof club whose topic: Watt "$tal"*'. plans\ for the 1937 Dade County -

. i Nov 17 I 75 f I (I 3029 whereby the use of an club ranges,I, Hialeah, district director presided Rights' said In eonrhtffon that then Tropical Fair to be held In Red-

I Nov IIJJov : 801| 81 3019 including the skeet range now IntCoaUnued.jon.PMft ,I and Mill Irene Clancey of I i.Mfsmi i ,- .f question hat Qtitgrwn the Und under the tiurplcea of the

f; 1 T? W I"U J89.J7 Ibm; I'. .Bead WH chajrjnan, fit ||. .(Ccotioued to rase fwl ., .lIIOdalQq! ,


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Page Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday November 20, 1936: .
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\VALTONCAGERS :Mother-Daughter Game night They are Woos vs Masons i Mrs. Steffani'g Brother elected delegates to the tedland

In Redland Gym Tonight and Rotary vs. Odd Fellows Dies at Home in Miami District Plans Young were made People's for a UniOn.get-to
I II Unless the Rotes whip the Odd
TO PLAY MIAMI U. 1 Fellows In their game, the Civicleague gather meeting at the home of Mr !
James A. Johnson of Miami
Mother and daughter and Mrs- Lee"H. Lehman after
each ether oa opposite ...wiJ&I the 1.0.0.duuapioMhlp F.aea belongs to brother of MI'L'C.. H. MeSaoU church on Nov 21 when Blahop :
result flvwins
HERE NEXT WEEK, the Redlaad 'anDt-1' and no losses The of Rotes on Armistice Day and was 14'1 John D. Wing Of Orlando will pay
station basketball team lost to the Mason on Nov 11 In Woodlawn Park cemetery the cburch a visit r
[ Redland Junior and senior girt. I urday. ----
Contest Wednesday to Be,'teem tonight In the Redland m.I The Odd Fellow whipped the Mr Johnson, who visited Mr*. If. LTCoolTHeads New .-
'I I Two team from the high ..choolI I Mason 1-. Monday D.laband the I Steffani here often, came to Miami Episcopal Men's Club
Preceded by Redland- Rule walloped the Lion last
I basketball squad win play a pret 12 yean ago from Washington, D
Homestead Game f Unwary game starting at 730. i night 29-11. CHe was a sign painter. Organization of the Episcopal l
| The games are for the benefit! of I THE STANDINGSTeam Beside Mrs. Steffani he leaves Men' Club was completed: at a J '
The speedy basketball teem"( the Redland P-T A. physical education W L ret a wife and four children. meeting held at the home of Mr. .I,

sponsored by Walton Nunerie*I department. Coach C. R. I. O. O. F _._.__ I 0 1.000 and Mrs. Lee H. Lehman Wednesday .
Will open the East Coast League I Outterldge of Redland school will Role u_ ____,____ 4 1 .800 Mrs. Edw. Walton Is New night H. L. Cook was elect
plav on the Homestead gym court(referee Masons ______ 1 4 .200 Head of Service League ed chairman and Geo N. Wake-
Wednesday night against the Lions .., u___.'.__.. 0 9 .000 field, secretary and treasurer The
University of Miami. A lime; Last of Civic League Mrs Edw. Walton was elected club decided to meet on the second
between the Redland and Homestead president of the Young People's Wednesday night of each month
high school B teams will begin -I Games Slated Monday ATTEND BROTHER'S FUNERAL Service League of the St. John's and to hold the December meetingat
at 7 30 Mr. and Mrs. W. F Pennlngton Episcopal Church at the meeting the home of Mr and Mrs.
The Walton aggregator which Became Tiiunday, the night returned yesterday from Lake held Sunday night in the church. Wakefield.
win take the floor In new Muck scheduled to wind up the civic City where they were called Fri Miss Ellen Huff was elected vice- Present were: the Rev. Wm. C.
sweat suit with an orange W on(league diamond ball season 1* day by the death of MrsPennlng- president and treasurer and Miss Taylor, Dr. Frank Hausman, Lan.
the back. consist of: Ansel Bar'I I Thanksgiving, official of the ton's brother. Jay Lee. Mr. Lee Marcia Gauzens, secretary They don Carney, Edw. Stating, AUwt
row. Garland Wynn Lloyd Field.I league wish. to play both game remaining made his home in Pen-In fifteen will be installed next Sunday Caves W. J. Clark Mr Wakefield
Richard McCormick. H. I on the date Monday' years and left there six years ago Mrs. Walton and MU Huff were Mr. Cook and Mr. Lehman.I .

rr, Roland Tolaon and Gen
h e1L Camp.I'I

The probable starting' Une-up'
win be McCormick and Field, forwards .I
: Tolaon, center and Barrow,
}nd Wynn guard. I I
The team will play a total of
(five home league camel but It la I
Manned to play an exhibition : :
gam*. every other week In the I
jocal IDm.
The league li composed of Fort :

Xauderdale venlty of, YMCA Miami.Triangle WIOD-Daily,UuU 7k }uaIi tl l Lozo1eY i

Newt and Dunn Bus.

';'H.II.S. Caw Team Plays

Alumni Five Tuesday

A croon but willing-,!.i iI 'rI
I gland" I imposing the II-11. ., I
II.Kh' i School baskttb t tJ t. -t, t. '
I .,n alumni team in Iii, fl, I -
iP..t1 gym Tuesday at 8 i I' i iOn 1'1
Dec 1, the first wduMgnmr
will be played with Delia
High School at Delray
The probable line-up for the
alumni game will be Donald Sulli .
\ ,m, center, Smith and t. eta
guild and McMlchael and 1'" ,
forwards< West Malcolm M'
Dime. Martin Bishop Rihup ". I
n,- and othera Wilt pr"j I I .
sec action also.A
list of twenty boss v i ',,r 1V
tel the Florida High School At!.!, '
Association yesterday for that
board to paaa upon. They acre!
Earl Smith. Donald and Rufut Sul-
Ihin Wm. McMichael. Charlie
LIMA Canon Malcolm. Pierre
McDanieL Randolph Caves, Mar-1 $ V 8As
tin Bishop Clinton Bishop Duke i
West, Harvey Rue James Hardy OaSEPOVIER so I
William Arthur James Gibbt, Raymond -I % Two Sizes One Wheelbase HORSEPOWER
Hayes, Emory Dearing, Engine 41,
Banks Byrum, Jack Sullivan and!
Roy Martin. I

Local Boys Honored I AND A NEW LOW PRICE

At Riverside Academy

Gainesville. 0,.. Nov. It-According -
to special. order trued I mm New Ford V-8 for 1937. the Ve Invite yea to see this Dew

by Riverside Military 1 moat beautiful Ford ear ever offered. Ford ear, and arrange to drive coo r
thla city, permanent non-1 It b built la only one aiae- equipped with the engine that file PIATURISAPftAlAMdA ,
of cadet commissioned and one standard of roomy comfort and your needs ,' J ;
commissioned officers was put newly omlfiMd w. BMOIMPS > i .,
to effect today Signal honor in-1 modern a.pe.raBat you mayhareeither ........ la hosier ......n. M....... 114- }
.tache to the cadet thus given p the Improve*! 85-horse- .. typo bend biased M the ba.... larger hflM : 1 .
ferment sires Riverside la tnelnation's I power V-8 engine for Bialmom peter USE .S AN'. .".... .Spare-tire aaicltiiil vkhfai w,. CMpIxdT *- :
largest military prep; tonnaix*-or the new 60-honepower 480 ee Bew laMrlora.. l. illaf V."wfadiUd4mn t
school with an enrollment of more PRICES dead
la all .
than six hundred thirty cadet and' Y-8 engine. for m :imnni _m". !2 oin.COMTOat .
At Dearborn Plant
an unsurpassed official rating by The smaller engine makes possible a> AND OUHT- beg,.....'are Cxtrjip !: .t
the U & war departmentIncluded !j lighter car-lower operating coat Teset gaapw s.t.. sad mind Haaellafi nisi? "_ to hi the bed,.. cot takes ap ky UM amiss f
In the promotions announced _and a lower price. % AddNlm d ender Ike hood Cwfort, the c.....".lM. '
was the following from I aloe f reps lacnaMd fcy saiMUMr a.l.a af the
Homestead Fla: Carl Deden. Jr. When you drive the 193T Ford with Body tpee. s'esiLLls with IO! ar Sfwiihoct I....4aD rlag wilfc MW party labrkcatiM.
promoted to the grade of private the 85-aorarpower V-8 engine, you ".. eniTno ( re love New ba af BMaoUng bedy aa4Bf
first class.Dale j of that p.pilp.M th Taw Swian, Tailor la auk tits ....
are master a power plant a ear.PO611 .
Henderson of Princeton.1| Tearing Sadaa Fordor Sedaa,FxoW
Fla. was promoted to the grade!I give everything you can Tcoiag S dta Five,.UHl of corporal and asaigned to Com-)t demand in speed and acceleration.Today . DO La * pany aNEVT ,improved carboretioa enable pore cogent cadet tr1-, Ta WTwiag 'AIr"-N. EafrActfoai SifMj Brakes elIW
it to deliver its thrilling perform Scou, FaroW S.. .., IWoVw able and _".It CMitral ty> -Tae arfoyI r
ante with unusually low a-aaoline- Tourist Seder, nveHrfaAm Gaps Ned from pedal. to _'-L* Se1f-.IaIa.-
.. \ G. BALL _y>remmp ..-. PubsefiRA CoaowtiU C rIeIet. Club Gmp Tom Jww uu* show *ttMl>lr4 IM pedal .-.
INaVItANCtg ADD The new 64hone Power type 8- Coavcnihl Sales ear b Mqatnd to atop the ear.
cylinder engine/ delivers V>8 arnooth e
t EV 1)RE Ll1'ID' irrwotnzn Ions musatt KAMI lIOn-Nil..ana af weed tree far slncianlatmcta.
IBM and quietness vent at apeedap
M J>. luawe Ate. $25 --. _, .FTWM iirMar* an MM], dkuia4 wkhatad
to 70 mile an hour-with ga o. Un M.*| I e*T f...vim CM ...... -....aides sad 1_.AH at* ...
line mileage an high that if .creates* tread ep. :.A.a J r ..ear .a... late a abfle tt...l ank *f paw Kraaitk. Srfety ;
an entirely new standard of economy re OW p =... u.w.a Class aH around at a e aura eb.rsw
00.0A iil
W in moWn mntnr ear f\J'f'I'lItw.n.. .- _.

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I Friday, November 20,1936 THE LEADERENTERPRISE Paw Three

It n* dtrir** to participate Heer to keep a permanent file of
CAME OFFICIALIAKES Rotes Learn School Deeds and Needs I
joying the facilities I all score shot on the range It Is

I This measure was I expected that this record will prove
At Cafeteria Lunch and Room Tour
APPEAL a discussion which of interest te tM club as a wholeIn

that the equipment of the watching Ute Improvement of

Homestead Rotarians, holding I Dade County giving every child purchased and maintained the individual member
ONHUNTINGEVE I their regular weekly luncheon health and physical education direction ration with money from Henry Brooker Jr., was elected
meeting in the Homestead school five days In the week; that ship dues and that the executive officer and W M. Fi- Y
cafeteria Wednesday learned from the three busses which transport' use of the range by field, secretary of the club. This
88 Conservation Men to Principal L. B. Sommers who arranged 111 pupils two and a half miles or! would provide no funds for I completes the roster of officers,
Enforce Laws This for the luncheon and a more to school have never had an I and maintenance.. A I the others of which are R. S. Dunn,
tour of the school plant and classrooms accident or been late to school;I former visitors to the skeet president; Ernest: Buchanan vice- ,
Season which followed that an that the enrollment Is 8S2-2 H have signified their president; A. W. Hutchinson, ;

average of 270 pupils eat lunch In elementary pupils, 1J2 Junior high affiliation with the club this treasurer; and Wm. Caves, rang
Tallahassee, Nov. 19-On the the cafeteria each day-and get a and 108 senior high pupils; that Several membership officer.

eve of the hunting season the Commission plate lunch for IS cents Homestead high school accredited were acted upon at the The next meeting ot the club

of Game and Fresh Water At the luncheon each Rotarian by the Southern Association of, Wednesday night will be'held at the same place at
handed sheet College and Universities and by I I p. m, December t It is plannedto
Fish announces that It U maintaining was a It was decided that
listing 23 points of Information the state department of education; 'ment of five of the hold an Indoor small-bore pistol
a force of 88 conservation that all children from the first practice following the business
about the school*-all things to be dollar annual dues, a
officers to secure enforcement of proud of. In making the class through the twelfth grades have be considered In good meeting"They.

the game laws for the protection tour, however the club men noticed had dental examinations this1' The remaining three
of wildlife In Florida. Instruction and Mr. Sommers pointed out year; that all children from the] which will go for say your daughter has
to some of the rooms in the elementary first through the twelfth grades,I the National Rifle made up her mind to marry *
these men Is, "First get the facts "
school are deficient In light, have had audiometer tests and I be paid later MI.ml'I struggling young lawyer'
and then enforce the law without a condition that could be remedied that no child was found with hearIng -' "Well If she's made up her mindhe .
Sam ,
fear or favor." If the brownish raw wallboard as low as 73 per cent; that the i Homestead Camphor Country manager Club, :1 might as well stop struggling '

Th commission appeals to ceiling were painted white or elementary school has one o( the elected an honorary member I
best libraries of fifty I
sportsmen for their support of this cream. elementary gun club in recognition of
school In Dade with ,
County 1.093
effort to secure for wildlife the' Over at the high school the visitors sistance he has given in
fullest measure of protection for learned another puzzling volumes or an average of 121 facilities for the activities Ifl

which the law provides The thing that the ,manual training books per room; that the high club. I 1 f
laws of Florida famous school bM Ib/ary of 1,381 books 'f#
game says I. N i department) throughout A motion was passed
completely catalogued accordingto
Kennedy, executive secretary of the country for the beautiful mahogany the Dewey decimal system, that I meeting Instructing the < p
commission are founded upon furniture made by its pupils -
the principles of good animal husbandry Is using borrowed woodworking Homestead has fn active P.-T. A. Our Perfect I
with bf than ,1
I membership more ,
of which Is the preservation machines, the private
p. of sufficient seed stock forM property of the Instructor while 260; that Homestead has special Service Will 1 1t
teachers for art and music I
the season ahead. While keepingof every other manual training department I
the law Is I badge of good citizenship in the county has been .
":y." .. "_1 ;.! ( '
says the secretary to the equipped by the school board. RIFLE RANGE f I .
i sportsman it Is the Insurance policy One other deficiency noted by
" for future hunting Viewed from the Rotarians was the almost complete I
a selfish standpoint, of and i{ General
no sportsmanInterested lack laboratory space (Continued From Pace One) '
in future hunting can laboratory equipment for the club 1 Dr. II. Gonzalez
use, will be restricted to
afford to disregard laws regulatingthe I science classes.So members only, except that any'I I I Public Utilities
bag, the season and the method much for what the Rotes for' OPTO
member may Invite a guest
of taking game In this state nor I found lacking In the Homestead one visit After firing the rangeas I
rhone S-8287
he look with tolerance thisgreatly %
can upon school plant Overbalancing a visitor the guest will be ex- Homestead Phone IIOS.I\I
violations of these laws his Is list the credit Venetian Arcade -
a long on I
pected to affiliate with the dub
fellows. The commission urges side or tne jeager Among other

sportsmen to give fullest cooperation things, the club found that: 08 per,
In this effort to secure this cent of the teachers in the Homestead :
better protection needed for game schools are college grad T&u (C JH[ IEVIR. ([)) ILIEf 1937

to give It both by law observanceand uates, 29 per cent ot them hold
aid In law enforcement. The master's degrees; that the voca-

600 men commissioned as Hon- tional agriculture departmentranks J
orirJfGame Wardens are called flnt in the state and secondin I D ate Coma&te Can.- Gnn

upon to co-operate actively In this the nation; that Homestead

work. schools are the only schools _in I j
For convenience of the man who

buy I hunting license, the commission Mother of 1\(. A. Murphy I .

Judge In has Florida supplied with each a leaflet county Passes Away in GeorgiaWord "II

pocket size, giving I brief summary I
of state county and federal was received here Wed I 1
laws regulating hunting for the nesday by M. A. Murphy of the
death of his mother Mrs Man'
season, and has requested that it I
be supplied purchasers of huntng Murphy, in Rome, Ga. Tuesday I
licenses. Mrs. Murphy made her home with

her son,, here from 1928 to 1931
She was 79 years old. Burial was I

t GIFFORDContinued In Rome yesterday.Other I,
survivors are three soni
K. B. and F. J. Murphy both of I

Richmond Va., Chas. Foster of I
( From Page One)
Elkin N. C; one daughter Mrt
that exposition He has lived In J C Wilson of Rome with whom I

Coconut Grove for 35 years I she was living and 14 grand I II

The man who occupies the only children. I Ii
choir of tropical forestry in the I I II 4
United States said he would like I II

to see a school of tropical forestry i JAIL I
established In this section of Florida -

"Why do you know that
I Continued From race One. i
there are not ten men who can I
the west of Krome not
< alley was
name all of the trees within the I
city of Miami alone?" he asked. I acted on pending a search by. the I
|' city clerk I for the franchise grant-1 I
. t' One third of the land should be ed the company In 1928 whereby i More Than Ten l\lilliol11'eople
: set aside for forests, he said.
P Roosevelt, he said, has made the ', the In council respect will to ascertain the cable its In question powers --, viewed the New Chevrolet in the first 21 hours

whole country tree-conscious soil ,

conservationconscious I E. B Latham technical Thousands upon thousands have already'placed orders. Other

with the U. S. Count and thousands_ are buying at this moment. a a See and drive this
proper attitude toward forestry I
Survey appeared before ad"-j
ideas brilliant and will want one, tool
i ell to ask where he could new ear you

Ralph W. Hills, a leader ot community a camp In Homestead for THE OKAY OF THE V S A.Ilatlie ear with ; mil"inn Valve-ln. ...| Fnjjln.,
singing during the World I men assigned to coast and geodetic ITS Nf'WIIih..r; ; tGiSir nromiil;j
I .-rnora that the oksy tht .nthaIT7AAIAG New Ali *, anil New) :
War conducted the Lion In a work. Superintendent Gordon .
preferential 'ao..n: owe, hoe. o lyliiigT. .the only liiw yrGv c.r withBraVus
number of songs, rotes and trick Ivey of the light and water department "
singing Dr. Elisha King was I I That's the word that coming from the cities, town IWtx;:-red It,drawl... ImproviNl Cllillng Knee.
aj!- offered to assist Mr
nouhced as the speaker for next Latham In finding a suitable site and farms of all America where more than ten million Artist _Hnlf tnd Hiipn" Sato Shnrliprm'f Step-rings. ,

. week's meeting i acceslble to sanitary facilities people viewed thlt new Chevrolet la the __ ________ and tbo_ only- luw- inord eaTwWncom_ '
i ------ --- i fin 14 hour when ibnuaands upon lines Oniilne Fisher No Draft Vrnlilaimnand
thousands hart already planed orders THE ONLYCOMPUTE gafrty I1 L/. <.!. All Ar.wnwTaeo
-- -
. \ FLORIDA CITY SODA FOUNTAIN I and where. the demand tat new 1937 CAI- .eases eon.fI' "
I' (Chevrolet Is mmoalng with each paring PHICIO Take. a look al this ear, take a rile MIt. ;

SERVES DELICIOUS ICE CREAMWe day '_ .and we are confident that you sip jl*.

Appreciate Your Holiness I The reason are plain. This sew SO LOW you complete fnknmcl to flrweui.teerl!1I
Chevrolet far 1937 It the way low-primd -pWy.......
M B. 8ILVER.MA.V, Proprietor I
L..Jeen. ow 0-4.sd --II_ C.n.ref U.rw.le.rell..ar Plemerurro
law..d ...o-.Mll_..... onII.M"" Mw -- 1"_ A Gw.l Mwe isle,
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Phone 516-M Homestead Fla.
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Pairs Four THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday. November 20, 1936 I

THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE I PARENTS DAY TO Dedicate Buildings 14 on New Dec.State 11-14,'.i 1.000 TOO MANY I, ';

rabilsb.dFridays .( HOM- -..-- I Tor *
stead, ru., .y the 8 ntk Dad FEATURE FJS.C.W.THANKSGIVING. Tallahassee Nov 19-High officials i'! INMATES CROWD I 1i "
Publishing C*. of the federal and state governments -
will participate In the I INSANE ASYLUM rJ Bird S
MEN Al'tClIEI.E41tor' dedication of fourteen new state;
Institution buildings .t' various
I Told
Entered M eeo IHII els** BJ points over the state December Usk;
utter March 8, U1S. at OM peat Alumnae Homecoming to 11, 12 and 14, it wa announcedby Tallahassee Nov. 19- Crowded
efflee it Memeitead, FlerUa. under Be Observed Later in M. Ross Watson, director Of condition at the suite hospital
for Insane at Chattahoochee, with 'f'
Ale .f the state's $1,400,000 Institutional ,
act March i. ini.sen.
School Year
Improvement program 4,044 patients massed Into quarters -that Homestead' tax rite of 8S .C
and facilities for only 8,000, mill can be paid Just about **
: Date for the dedication of various -
Tallahassee Nov. It-Parents of institution buildings, according have brought squarely back to easily a* could a tax rate of 200
students at Florida State Collegefor to Watson are: counties of Florida the questionof mills-and any levy of more than

Be Happy Women win be guests of honor Friday Dec. II-Addition to caring for mentally deranged 40 mills is merely a theoretical onecomplying I

at the Thanksgiving festivitiesat girl' dormitory, Florida School patient until additional facilities with demand of bond.holders .'I
It you and I-juft you and I- the college this month. The occasion for the Deaf and Blind, St Augustine can be prepared at Chattahoochee .

Should laugh Instead of worry; will be known as "Parents at 10 a. m.; white women's J. T. Newell executive secretaryto e e e 0

It we should grow-jiut you and 1 J Day" when special arrangementsfor dormitory and Infirmary, coloredwomen' Governor Sholtz said today. -that It would pay the.bus com

Kinder and tweeter hearted. entertaining "Mother" and dormitory, and hospital "The hospital, I am Informed by pan to install a telephone in the
Perhaps In tome near by and by "Dad" will be made at the college Cols Preston
j building at Florida State Prison Ayers the superintendent hotel now acting a* Its agent in
A good time might get started; which heretofore has observed the Farm, Ralford, at 3 p. m. I I II now jammed with patients Homestead, a* the volume of express ,
Then what a happy world 'twould period also a* alumnae homecoming Saturday Dec. 12-School and to the point where the acceptance business would Increase if

be l isolation buildings Florida Industrial of others would mean 'patrons were notified when Important
For you and me-foe you and mel! Appointment of a faculty com i School for Girls, Ocala, at 10 I the Impossible task of putting two package or letter arrive,

-Longfellow.Unpaid mittee to plan "Parent Day" was I' m.; ward and infirmary buildIlnll beds In the space of one". Newell a* wa' formerly the custom.

announced today by President Edward /I Florida Farm Colony, Gainesville said, "but even at that, we are besieged e e
Tax Collectorsin Conradl of the college asi|I I at 3 p. m. daily with requests from
follows: chairman Miss Maude I I the various -that piano music and peanut
Monday, Dec 14-White wom county official to care
I1Dl'\da. mere are several I Flowers, director of residence en'* ward building, general hospital for more." have been interesting subjects of

thousand unpaid tax collector, halls; Miss Florence Tryon, Miss addition to colored women'sward Newell stated that at this timeIt conversation In Homestead's financial ;.
These tax collector are the operators Leila Venable, Miss Katherine building and tuberculosis circle recently.e .
Is not
even possible to accept
of 7.089 fining station In Montgomery and Min Kemper e 0 e
Moore hospital Florida State Hospital, violent cases, and added that the
this state says the petroleum Industries Basketball and ball between Chattahoochee, at 2 p. m.; white' governor' office now has a waiting -that speculation of table mate
committee volley dining hall and colored dining hall list numbering 28 white women as to what became of the mule he
Paying all the ordinary license climax the "oddsand the "evens" always Florida Industrial School for Boys,' who are deranged to the point hit la not really what caused a

and ad valorem taxes which other Thanksgiving Msrianna 8 p- m. (central standard where mechanical restraint Is necessary certain gasoline agent to leave his
business men pay, these operators day program which Includes a
time). meat loaf untouched at a recent
collect a state tax of 7 cents end a swimming demonstration. "Oddl".re I luncheon.
federal tax of ono cent per gallonon those students entering In an wily "These poor women are being
gasoline-the total being the odd year and "evens" those students Why talk of debt, doubt, disease,' held in county Jails or hospitals a e e e

equivalent of a 80 per cent retail entering in an even :year drugs, disaster, discouragement because It la simply an impossibility that when a well known dot
salc-i tax Student dramatic productions depression decay, disorder, despair to care for them at this time about town came trnttlnff home on

This Be tax Is twice a* much as known a* "Odd" and "Even" defeat, difficulty, discord at Chattahoochee," he said. "It her three good leg five day

the gross profit made by the filling demonstrations will be staged the danger, destruction, discomfort,I may seem far from humane, but after a mercy executioner regretfully
station operator on the sale of a two night preceding deception, disappointment, distrust -' our hand are tied by lack of announced she was no more, '

gallon of gasoline A credit lost ng, and the social Thanks.IV-1 dread, dejection destitution,I space, facilities and equipment. the belief grew that it wa a case of
on one gallon to these operators tories and sonority desolation, when you can just as It I II far better that theN patients faint heart ne'er killed fair Lady.
melON that they have to sell two the campus with Its well think and talk of peace, plen-i be kept In their own counties -

gallons more to recoup the tax lost ed buildings will lend a holiday I ty, power, pluck, persistence, purpose : for the time being, because Dickens Bess T. Hamm Annie

without even taking into consideration note.A. I possession,,pleasure, promo- I there they are sure of care, whereas Sue Read, Ruby King Duff.
the cost to them of the Thanksgiving dinner In the tion, patriotism, proficiency, progress the crowded conditions j at the
laWlIID. college dining hall will be a highlight -! prosperity perseverance, state hospital might preclude even From Everglades, Daisy D.

During the fiscal :year ending of the holiday celebration. purity, philanthropy, prayer and this kind of treatment due to Young.
June 80 1038 these unpaid tax Alumnae of the college will observe 'I paradise'-Unidentified. lack of staff members and nurses". From Miami: Faye H. Sherman
collector Collected from their customers -, their annual homecoming I Newell said that each day he Is" Dr. Adele Hampton, Clarissa.
the motorist. $18.708,341 later in the year when an "Alum Uons or families at Thanksgivingand forced to turn the Greene, Ethel McNapp, Rltie A. '
In state gasoline taxes alone IB na* College" win be held. The: partly because better provisions I pitiful pleas f''::Jvra'd: the Stone Olive Gardhouse, Mrs

addition: to the federal tax collected change In Homecoming was made, for entertaining parents and Insistent requests of county officials Tommlce, Cora M. Clary Martha
partly because many alumnae:, alumnae can be made if they come that he certify violently insane M, Co.< Alice S. Grant, Margaret
ka other words the average state they cannot leave their poal-, at different time patient to the state hospital Jarvis Agnes Grim, Sue KIuls,
stale tax collected by each pt the Clara J. Caspar, Lillian L. Wolis-
7.0C9 service stations from its ton. Martha Wollston, Grace Gordon -. .
I Business and under the merit system"
Professional Women Freda Greenfield
customers during the past fiscal Mrs Bernice Dickens of Fort
ycir was $3,847 In addition, I Lauderdale From Miami Beach: Elaine H.
From spoke on "Individual
all the stations collected In Eight Cities Hold Meeting Herecivil Initiative' and the difficulty an Williams, Hortense Robinson, Kay

or the federal government beh.It'1 Individual left to himself experiences Hoban. Nelle Moore, Mildred
,.('I.ltl' gas tax of more I Sculthorpe, Nora Weatherby,
Prom Page One) service remained there. Thor In battling with the national
ml onr-half million dollar Ethelyn Spelrs, Helen Carroll,
ability of the Individual 'atatel to I( new job created under the New corporation of this modern world.
Netta J. Stanley, Rose Weiss, Irene
Deal ore not under civil service, Mir Peg Manning of Coral Gables
handle It, and that the
Important Clancy, Julia Hardy, Lois Early
Slogans |110 that spoke on woman's
now only about 60%" of civil opportunities I
thing now Is to get the public work employees of the government are under the present setup.Mrs. Elizabeth DoughertyFrom '

IK rc i u a nice parlor game Write skillfully and efficiently carried under civil service The other 40%' I Betterley spoke briefly onj' Coral Gables: Edythe Harrison
01, slips of paper certain adver- r Peg Manning, Maria Steio-
on are mainly political This applies I "Measuring Ourselves" and urged I
tK.ng slogans On another set of I rein Winifred Shaeffer, Leila
"Now that the national government not only to the federal positions ; membership Increase
slips' write the/ names of the va- but : Thornton Lillie Chandler, The-
to the state and local I
K State officers and
ruHu; advertisers concerned. Mix financing three-fourths of presl- resia Ericsson.
each set In two hate or other receptacles the relief load" she said, "giving I' governments a* well Only 38% I j I I dents were introduced and most'
of state employee are now under From HlaleahVina: Betterley,
and draw I' ,I I of them gave bits of club news,
one slip daily subsistence to twenty million civil service, 19% of municipal' Announcement Grace Campbell Hilda Meyers
each and compare! Here are some persons, insuring over fifty- employees, and 14% of i was made that Clara Lee Hum, Mathilde Levy
of the results reported by I contemporary five million bank accounts, err} 'I township or district county'j I in Hollywood February! meeting and the will April be meeting held Jean Trubcy, Bessie R. Townsend,

: Playing over three hundred thousand 1 The rest are appointed not at Battle Creek Sanitariumin Agnes L Eason: Mrs Lon Warner,
"Eventually. Why Not Now?"- i men in CCC camps, lending on I of their. qualification* but : : Miami Springs. The Marilyn Hauer,

I sociation.National Funeral Directors' As over five hundred thousand piecesof ,, of their politics ed to have an emblem group ceremonyat vot- I From Homestead and Florida

Good to the Last Drop"-Haviliwd states property In co-operating with the "Senator Morris I of Nebraska j the April meeting. I City Edith Bigger, Flora itI
China. and 11 program social security succeeded In putting the TVA on I The luncheon table, an Immense Myers, Helen Whiting
In fact
, 'Hot the Strength of Gibraltar- the whole supervising a merit basis. In all except the U In shape, was decorated with Carrie & Gausena, Mrs. L. L.

I .-UrookfjeU Butter. would teem economic that the government system It higher branches of the :TVA work,, clusters of kumquats, oranges, Abide Gross, Janie McLean, ,
Hams What Am." applicants are required to take tangarlnes and Stewart, Mary Fen-ill
: -Famoua- needs a civil service recruited and grapefruit throughout 0'1
exaeJaatlon. Lucille and Ines
seamy Flayers."The maintained on the most I Its length. The place cards Bevis,Addle
Danger Llne-I'tnn."I. principle, exacting "There are about 48,000 post,| were in grapefruit design with the Johns Madeline Easton Nell
vania Railroad I I office In the U. S. About 32,000 program Inside- The favors, donated Sonnichsen, Thelma "&'
The Flavor La...."Squibb'* "We all well know that IPIIOlnt-1 come under the fourth class and: by the Radland Tropical Pearl A. Hammett, Mrs. 8.
Tasteless Castor OIL ments many time are are under civil service, but about Candy Company consisted of celo- Jane Nesbit
purely political reason rather 14,000 of the larger office are .
r than for merit. A number of not under civil service. Several180n pnane square uueo with )

Figure This OutPut organizations are trying to take ago the first second and I flaring lined fruit tops.The and. tied bag ah. Paul Lulus, the actor aver that
err'laJ-j I not one person Ift-JooOOO can pronounce J
lobs out of politics, among them third class post-master were put
down the number of your Ute National League of Women part way under civil service It luncheon all these 11 word cor- I
living brothers Multiply It Voter, and President Roosevelt wa provided that examinations J. E. Gauiens, Mrs. Don rectly: data gratis, culinary, cocaine 1
br two. Add three. Multiply the has stated that he favor the movement should be held by those who were I I Mrs. Bertha Edwards and Mrs. gondola version, impious

result by five. Add the number of and has pledged himself' to : applicants--but In filling any particular Myers was Introduced by Mrs. chic, inquiry acclimate and respite. ,
Evans sisters. Multiply the result the task of taking all postofflce office the president wa Bow who Introduced also the local And listening to radio announcers )
by ten. Add the number of officer and committee heads. wouldn't help one much. ,
deceased out of politic and bills to that given the power to appoint any ,,
.brother and jister Subtract I effect have been before Congress one, of the three top roert. Ordinarily The fruit aha said had been given -Ex. :
1M The right hand figure will In 1833 three and one-fourth i this permitted him to appoint by Luther Chandler. Win. Bro-

be the number of deaths, the midVf million person were in government -t t one of hit own party. Laterit die and John ScantUl. Careless smoker started moro

figure the number of living service or one-tenth of allj' wa* provided that if the president : The draw prima given by the I fll'll1II forests last year than were .
Mora' and the left hand figure gainfully employed persona, and I was not satisfied with anyone district director was won by Mrs.Pearl .! started by railroads, logging and '
the number living brother about eighty per cent of the non-I of the top three men, he could A- Hammett of debris burning; more than three
Put down the number of the military employee were order another examination. II*| The registration H--.d.// time the number caused by carelessly
month In which you were born. civil service-that I* they took and his adviser may order new follows left campfires; and more
Multiply It by two. Add five competitive examinations and examinations until a man of their"* From West Palm : MaryL. than three time the number set

Multiply by fifty Add your age those receiving the highest grades, own party and liking come withIn Esarey, Mae Healy Mae flensel. by lightning. A real woodsman
subtract 381. Add J 15. The two were placed first on the Hats from I the top three then he may re- Mildred Chapman, Jessie Dame'j l always breaks his matches In two

figures on the* right will be your which employees were chosen !1' eelve the appointment. President Inga Davies, Hilda Grant, V.rena i( before casting them aside...a habit
ago (remainder win : : tinder the Roosevelt administrator Roosevelt has declared himself In i, LeSaint Mary L. Brandon i which make sure that
uI'J every
nu ;i,!>er of the month of < them who had been und"v:r favor of placing all post off Ices i From Fort Lauderdale: Berate; match la out.

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November 20,1936 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Five

RnmllllllllllllllnUlIlIIlIlHlIIlIIlIlI1II! 'Misses Gertrude Morgan, Blanche SULPHUR BAD FOR
Lloyd, Ida Senunell and Ad.Morgan
and Key Flora, Russell Moser,, I t New 1937 Ford V-8 Coupe* '

20 Years Ago went Chas.for T. a Fuchs marshmallow and J. E.rout Doney and RED-HEADS SAYSDLLC.SHANKLIN

general good time to the Florida I

I DllllllIiIIIIIIDI1II31111111111 City canal beach Tuesday evening :
I 1I1II111I1II I
getting home in time to mist '

, Tk. ,......)** MMM mn tows w. the train." -
, ..._ (_ (In .. ih.BntorvrtM a..e"e '-"The 'Owls' and a number of In- Eat Phosphorous Foods to
MtaktMn* ....... ... seas
M Ik* fMtk rkrkU messes."Vega vited guest were most delightfully Avoid Excitability
entertained at the home of Mr. He Advises
and Mrs. Carleton, 'Tuesday
Percy en
Sunday School elau of
J evening, November Mth +u
the M. E. Church hat been
reorganized "Type of People, Their Health
Mrs. Carleton served delicious
I with the following officer and Longevity" la the title of a
freshment to: Mr. and Mrs Morgan
*: president, MIR Ray; vice lecture which Dr. Lloyd C. Shank-
of Louisville Mr and
president, Miss Morgan; secretary: I lln will deliver tonight at the +
Mr. Roister Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Frank Rue; treasurer, Russell Shanklin grove half-a-mlle west
Lehman, Mr. and Mn. Henry
Moser; teacher, Mr. Sail" i ot Florida City on Palm avenue
Pridgen Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Redd,
"Those on the Homestead It Is one of a series of health lectures -
Mn- P. Coniff of St. Augustine [
school honor roll which he and his wife. Dr
are: beginner--
Mn. LeCompta, Mr*. Tom Brookr -
Howard Jackson, Virginia Mitchell and Mr*. Sue Rupert." Irene Shanklln, are giving without
Sydney Owens, Viva Hamilton charge at the health food laboratories .
Robert Bennett PrimaryElmo -"A Young Woman' Auxiliarywa they have established in this
organised at the Baptist
Hamilton Earle Bruner. section.
Church last Saturday afternoon.The !
Third grade-Russell Hornet ROM According to Dr. Shanklln, people -
Tower, Claude Campbell. Preston following officer were elected are what they are because ol fRI smart new front new bar-type ..all.fun width,with folding dI..decli
Loveland. Fourth grade-Arietta : president, Mrs Harry Cooper;;i what they eat *,, slanting V-type windshield seat back The spar tire Is carried lat
William Bruner 'vice-president, Mrs. Rube Vann;; and smoothly flawing Urns of a compartment back of tin driven TT.'
McCollough ,,
Leona second vice-president Miss Ethel, "When God planted the Garden I this nvewlndowcoup*, pictured deep luggage compartment can bet'
Fifth grade Nixon; treasurer, Mn. Tom the world," said Dr. Shanklin. "he I above, typify the advanced design of reached either through the mr deck II
Lucille Murphy, Averylee Howard, Vann . placed In it at least twenty-six, the new Ford V-8 can for 1S37 The door or by tilting down the right SMI'
Luther Strickland. Sixth grade i -"Mn. W. R. Bennett different element Intended for I coupe which Is offered both with and back Now -lnler.Up. ttaertng ands'[
Elsie Mitchell. Loretta Home. passed main without de luxe equipment; Is the raw ears. action safety brakes arc n.urwl |.
Seventh grade-Dorothy Tower. i away suddenly on Wednesday human. consumption ; only ilnflHMat closed body type, its Two engine sites are avillable.
night. ." elements and ten minor one All,I
Eighth grade-Balma Morgan. of these elements of food are found -
"Arrived November 14
on ,
High Margaret school Robertson-Charlea, Ivan Sheffield Moser,, the home of Mr. and Mn. PrestonH. In fruits, vegetable, nuts, meat,I Dr. Lloyd Shanklin will speak at I I "Ma, kin you come out an' pilaf
Lee little Ibs. eggs, etc. When they are prop and I I II ball with ?"
Don Fitzpatrick, Willa. Morgan, a boy 8 3-4 a 8 p. m. Tuesday, Thursday I i me
I Junior County Commissioner, as erly combined they make one Friday. I "Why, I don't even know how toplay
Charlotte Collins, Douglei FItzpatrick I
It were," strong, healthy and happy, men- I ball" II
Mitchell, Othella Gladys Fuchs Lowe, Ethel, Pen- -"Mr. and Mn. H. F. Porter and tally alert and physically fit for i I Teacher: "How old would portIOn I "Aw.huck., that' what a fell*r

son, Horace, arrived in Florida financial pursuit When wrongly i be who wa born In 1889?" gets for having a woman for a
nlngton, Roy Houser."J. combined, they make one undernourished woman--Ex.I!I ,
City Monday morning."Mr. I I Willie: "Man or I mother. -Pasttlme Scrapbook
W. Avery and family of Alabama and Mn. J. Rustad of sickly and unable to
relative of the Matthews succeed In a business way."
North Dakota, arrived Monday afternoon !
brother, are expected here about expecting to make Florida Red headed or blond persons

the 15th, They are coming prepared I City their home from now on. They should eat lest sulphur-containing I ,
to itay. are staying at the home of Mn J. and more phosphorous-containing r
-"Mr. and Mn. Karl Evan and H. Simmons until they get their foods In order to avoid becomingthin '1

baby have returned to their former house on Palm avenue ready for anemic, nervous and excit-

home In l>(lchl an."Mellin ." moving In. M able, Dr. Shnnklln said. "IT SURELY '1 1HELPS.GROW
Eason and Chandler of "Mn. George Turner of Baltimore "Person of this type go ail-to-

Southern Georgia are new arrival Md., after a two week vigil piece over nothing and wind up #"
and have rented the duplex house with her brother, Wm. Turner and with a nervous breakdown in an
west of the Methodist Church family of Redland, has left for her Institution if they don't watch their MIGHTY GOODCITRUS"

South,. 11 home much pleased with this part diet he said. "If they use las out, jJ
phur food and more phosphorous,,
of: the home
Lee Fread a country.
-"Mr. and Mn. gave brain-building, nerve-strengthen It Iti,
of both of Mr Htm Armmnuir
birthday celebration a't *>*
lag elements, they will enjoy better
their birthday October 28th. The Hutchinson's Brother health. Sulphur foods are all\

following guests were present: Killed in Auto CrashMr. hot, biting, burning, stinging food i '1I
Mr. and Mr. S. A. King, Mr. and -such a* pepper, pepper, chili
Mr Robert Rutland Mr'and Mr*. I t
sauces, anions, etc Phosphorousfoods
and Mn A. W. Hutchinson I
.. Harry IT: Cooper Miss Gerta Fread ..
Fread. and Mn. Nlta Thompson were are nuts, egg yolk, fruit Ir
and Logan called to West Palm Beach yesterday juices, etc., which feed and build
-"Rua Snell and Mabel Penning- morning by the death of the brain, the nerves and bone
ton were married last Saturday. Walter Hutchinson brother of Mr. marrow for health and longevity.

Mis Pennington had gone to Eau Hutchinson and Mrs. Thompson, "Potassium from green, leafy
Gallie to take a position In a store who was killed In an automobile vegetable builds muscles, strengthand

and the young couple sprung a accident In \Jiat city Wednesday health and an abundance of "
complete surprise on their friendsby night. dark brown hair. Sodium make ft IN my time I've tried many different
getting married In Miami.1"A one limber and nimble. We get

meeting of farmer wa held Methodist Pastors It from celery okra, strawberries, brands of fertilizer, but years ago I discovered
In the Model Land Co. office etc. Hydrogen comes from the 1\
Homestead on Thursday to organ Deep-S Fishing TripA juice of our fruits oranges, that Armour's could be counted on to 1I I i''

ize a National Farm Loan Association limes, lemons, grapefruit, etc. !'.
to be called the Redland National group of Methodist pastor These elements, Including phosphorous produce consistently good results, so I've

Farm Loan Association. were given a deep-sea fishing trip ,.alkalize the blood stream
The following person were present by the Rev. and Mrs. A. A. Koest- and make us healthy and able to stuck with it ever since. (j'

: Dr. J. B- Tower, M. D. Mc- line, J. G. Wynn, and J. L. Burtonon think clearly. I I'

Farlane, B. Fitzpatrick, r. S. Loo- the Burton boat yesterday.In "Weight building foods -
mis, Y. K. Knlghton, C. T. Fuchs, the party were: Dr. C. K. starches, tweets, fate, oils, nitrogen I . For vegetables, as well as citrus, there
W. K. Walton, W. H. Syke, E. C. Vlelt. presiding elder of the Miami -create disease If overindulged -
Loveland, H. II. Ewing, K. H. Horton district, and Mn. Vlelt, the Rev.R. In and not properly combined are specific Armour formulas that provide the I

Chas Gossman, W. R. Burton, I L. Allen, pastor of the First with our fruit and vegetable
E. A. Carter, Jay Simons, Ernest Methodist Church of West Palm One must learn to combine alkaline correct balanced radon of major plant foods : .

Bailey, T. P. Parker, J. M. Gor- I Beach, and Mn. Allen and Or R. with acid food elements In
man, C. C. McMinn, R. L. Moser, I Z. Tyler, pastor of the Trinity theli) proper proportion to insure' plus important helpful minor and secondary ,

J. L. leedom, B. C. Murden, C. I Methodist Church in Miami. i iI good health and prolonged longev elements :

Michel; C. Berkely Colby, C. B. I.ity". f I
Colby, 'R. tt Fitzpatrick, Jos. XT. I SENTENCED FOR SPEEDING Dr. Shanklin'i !lecture tonight

RawUnson, A. C. Home, J. N. Fred Arrant was sentenced today will begin at 8 o'clock. All the lectures Let us tell you about the Armour fertilizer
Huston, C. M. Wald, C. Ben Plum- five-dollar or spend five are free. They will continue

mer. . The following officers In Jail by Acting Mayor d.Y'j I next week with Dr. Irene especially suited for Florida citrus, 'potatoes -
were elected: president, Dr. J. B. Harris Monday night on a lln speaking at 130: p. m. Sh.nk-I
Tower; vice-president, Chas T.I of speeding and reckless driving. and at the same' hour next tomatoes, eggplant, squash, broccoli.
:Fuchs;,directors: E. H. Morton Dr.
J. B. 'tower B. Fitzpatrick, C. T.

Puchs, E. C. Loveland; loan com- I
mittee:, B. Fitzpatrick, E. H. Horton REDLAND CAFE :

E..C. Looveland.. ". I
-"Recent arrivals: Le.teI'L Mos MRS. A. NABOKS. Prop. \\\(1 AGENT BEE DEE SUPPLY COMPANY

the birth of an eight
er announce r
pound boy, Friday a. m.; to: Mr.and /eo0t

Mr*. D. R. Sullivan. November. I
5, a girl." 6
"Fred Robertson of Florida City | HARRY'S WELDING SHOP' :

who 'employed in Miami, spent ARMOUR

Sunday with his family makingthe I PRINCETON FLA. I fie FERTILIZER F
round trip on his motorcycle. Acre

"A party consisting of the Portable Electric and Acetylene Welding on C/Undel Blocks, WORKSFriday

1'08Y'I I Cylinder Head, Aluminum Casting and Boilers. I D its j Jacksonville, Fla,
Automotive Machine ae"alrlnl-C..rI. to garages la main

AMERICAN LEGION I bearing pouring and aligned reaming, connecting rod pouring

Iferfr grid and third WotMwUt ,I and boring and cylinder boring.

a p. at* Anwrkan lft n BW, I ,
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I The Redland RattlerBy TOO MUCH FRUIT / THE UBR CORNER* .t.t:":'

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HONOR ROLL brief lapse of time one of the little no data M p. "I I to read "Captain Blood'"
First grade: Olin Lure there tan,t Tombr. rridw I 10 a. MM p. Wa.tuedg Return"It will not ''
Walker boys cried out "I bet I be easy tai
: a. m.-ti M .
Ann Hodge, W. J. Simms, Ra y any devil either." M p. PL find at home, usually It Is out, but '
Cites Reasons Prices .
Knaus, Edmund Wright, Vera Why If you cannot catch either of the.!
Mae Anderson, Barbara Jean Miss Rebecca Fisher, band director Should Be Better Later Not *o long ago the Liberty I book take another of Sgbptinl'a'they 1
ran a serial
Graf. Emelfa Borgardt, Marie announce that the band in Season "Heart and -Sword," by Rafael story, are all good and It really doe "

Xufeldt. will play at the opening basket Sabatlnl, that prince of story teller not matter where you begin, whichone I'.
Second grade:: W. A. Kennedy, ball game of the season. This game, Florida fruit shipment thus far *. When this story came out you read first. '
Margaret Brokaw, Sarah Vihlen, we feel sure, will be of especial this season have greatly exceeded In book form it had an The librarian hope the parent ,
Interest to since It is between of the fourth grader who All
Athol Smith, Virginia Wallace, everyone thoM of the preceding year the name, so you will find it on made
Grace Burry. the Homestead and Redland Florida Citrus Commission.. our shelve a* "Venetian Masque" the Florida history scrap book '
teams and I* to be played at Red ported this week In exhibited at the library during ;
Third grade: Buford Freeman, warning growers .
Esther land Friday evening, Dec. 4. and shipper that too much Book Week did not forget to visit ,I'
Kufeldt Betty Joy Lee It's
rather confusing, this Idea and examine the collection. .
fruit la Thatwas
leaving the state.
Luckey, Charlotte
Murray, Student card ticket for the of printing a story In a magazine a splendid project and well i
Catherine Shackleford Annie L. Though this 'tar'. ..J3
) larger under
one title and bringing the
ten home games may be bough carried out. Both teacher and
Stewart, Lenora Williams Wanda now for seventy five cents, and naturally necessitate larger shipments same story out In book form under pupil are deserving of much credit ,
Miller. adult ticket for a dollar and the amount of fruit on Florda another title. But this would j
Fourth grade: Melba Collin. trees does not justify the heavy be a good
quarter. Each game will cost twenty story called by any
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: movement which has thus far
Evelyn Oouberley, Louis Gaby, five cent for pupil and adulll.On .1 left namcp 11 migni oe cauea 'ArCOla" 465 Get Good
Donald Seorcy, Verdi Cowman, the state, declared F. E. Brigham, or "Alvin!)" or "The Little Cor RatingsIn :
Ann Hickson, Carla Joyce Hobson Friday, Nov. 20, there will I commission secretary poral' Shadow". Or It might haveno Audiometer Tests
Alice Kirk Nell Lloyd, Wil- a double header basketball gameat Orapefult shipment to'November title at all, simply the name of '(
leta Thompson. Redland High- Members of I 14 totalled 4,905 cars, compared SABATINI In bold letter across Four hundred sixty-three pupil '

Fifth grade: Anne Shackleford, the Parent-Teacher Association I with 3,001 cars last year, or an the back and it would be a good in the Homestead and Florida City
Rosemary Hennlngton, Kathleen will play against the Redland Senior Increase of 60 per cent. Orange book, eagerly read and listed schools from the third grade up
Wagner, Webster Williams, Henry High girl*. We guarantee real shipments to the same date total] among the popular books of the were given ratings upward of 7S
Reynard. entertainment. Be sure to come. i ed 4,929 cars, compared with day. After all "What's In a'' per cent In the adlometer test
Sixth grade: Klrsteen Torbert, Admission ten and twenty-flv : 2,345 cars last year or an Increaseof name?" conducted Monday and Tuesday '
Vera Sage. Betty Cutterldge, Vida ents. The same night there win 110 per centCommlilion It wa In the day of Bonaparte according to L- B. Sommers principal
Clarke, Jack Marshall- bo be a game between the boy statisticians estimate when Intrigue and sudden death of both schools. The test
Seventh grade: high, Lela Bell, that form the B team. that Florida has already shipped ran rampant through canals and which have been authorized by
Jo Nelle Slagle, Jewel Hodge 28 percent of its commercial piazza of Venice. A man needed the school board for all schools In
Marie Bashor, King Clarke, Lucille Drlggerl has been elected grapefruit crop whereas In previous a strong and supple wrist In Dade County were given by Mrs
Myrtle Cason, Jeanette Cox; low, treasurer of the older groupof years only about 20 percent hose day and he also needed a Margaret Gibbon of Coral Gable
Theresa Daniel, Nellie Cash Merle Girl Scout and we know that of the crop had been marketed stout heart. Much history of that with equipment recently purchasedby
Lett Eva Roseborough Buddy he mean business. She has at this time. Orange over-ship time was written In blood by the the county board.
Llndgren, Blair Hickson H. A. started collecting money in a big| merits are equally large. iword. Plenty of adventure, plenty No pupil was rated a* low a*
Aman. way. Girls, when you forget your "If shipments continue at this of. romance, Sabatinl's books 75%. Mr. Sommers said.
Eighth grade: high Lillian Andrews assignment come prepared to pay rate we may find later In the season are always well written in his The teeth of 620 pupil In the
Mary Engel, Henry Dixon your fine. that we do not have enough adopted tongue, English. You I two schools were found to be above
Harold Delaney; low, Bobble Fisher fruit for our normal trade require probably read "Scaramouche" long the average In an examination
John Brown, George Kufeldt Miss Kerfoot 1* organizing a ments Mr. Brigham said. "There ago Sabatini lay that book, which ducted by Dr. Fuller, county school
Ninth grad: high Valerie harmonica band among her fifth 18 no good reason why we should was first published In America board dentist
Campbell..Lydla Vlhlen. WUma and sixth grade students Manyare rush so much fruit to market now, brought him fame and fortune. '
Thompson Merle January, progressing rapidly and an and plenty of reason to believe If you read "Captain Blood" or The conductor came through the
rlne Cash, Marie Neill, Amma already able to play a number ol prices later will be better. It you have seen the cinema made car, collecting fares.

rell. Wm. Gfutier, Douglas Cor-I songs. "The canneries are reported to "He's only five year old," remarked -
cum; low, Elmeda Roberts, have already booked order for a mother when the official
Bell Phyllis "Jensen, La Impartially :;:copy this note about 4,000,000 cases of grapefruitand lar campaigns on beet and canned looked at her boy.
Roger, Kathleen Rosa, Jane written by one of our senior: grapefruit Juice which Is as peaches, the chains have spent as When the conductor reached the
inson Gertrude Greer, Irene "Dear Miss Brannon, much as they packed all of last much a* $2,000,000 in advertisingand far end of the car, it occurred to '
Jackson, Claudia Conner, Motile 'We' were very sorry to hear of season. They are making preparations merchandising activities, the boy that an important bit of
A al seer, your Illness and we hope that you to can from 0,000,000 to greatly Increasing the consumption Information had been overlooked.
Tenth grade: high Alma J. Und-, will be able to return to school at ,000,000 boxes of fruit during the and advancing .the price of "Mother' i* thirty-slxl" he

grin, Margaret Griffin Emily En- an early date. Our sewing i* current. season.. these commodities. shouted.-Tit-Bit te.
gel Willis Baxley, Louise Yates; somewhat neglected and we certainly "The federal government has
low, Bobby Ames, BenJ. Benson miss you. announced that it will buy gin pea
Marjorie Campbell John Hickson, "Sincerely )your fruit throughout the season '
Eleventh grade: high, Mary Ann "Sixth Period Home Ec. Clan". price which will net the growers
Brown, Doris Price Ethel Roberta 31 cent a box on the tree for even It is Our Pleasureto
Mary E. Wllllanms, Gordon Cross, Mia Payne' public speaking third-grade fruit, and It Is taking
Margaret Albright Clement Russell das gave a recital Thursday even- .II fruit offered. It also expects
; low, Betty Blake, Mildred Ing la the school auditorium. All to start buying low-grade oranges .
Cox, Vera Parker, Glenn Glldden. parents and friends of the student and tangerines in the near future." inform
that the Homestead
Kenneth Hawkes Anna Mae Rlne-1 were Invited. Anna Mae Rinehart you warehouse

hart Jack Turner, Charles Hart,I gave monologue entitled: "In the Plan for a national promotion of SOILADE INC.
John Borgart, Clyde lienderson.Don ,I Conservatory"; Arcella Jarman of grapefruit were announced in is now located in the pack-

Lair Jean Call lOI, Beth I a reading, "The Invalid"; Frances Chicago on November 14 by the ing house of the F. E. C. Growers' Associationon
Gautter, Nora Greenwood, Mary Lewi' "An Engagement"; Ethel National Association of Food
Thompson Walter Thompson. I Robert, "A Society Girl"; Mary ,I Chains Inc. Four big weekly South Flagler
Twelfth grade: high, Carlotta Graham "In a New Neighbor grapefruit sales will be staged by: avenue.
Ames, Mary Dl Natale Mary Fish hood", Grady Cowan, "The New chain groups controlling 37,000 retail .1
er. Seraflna Orlficl, Ronald Ker Baby"; Nora Greenwood, "After stores, starting about the middle -
fett; low Alonio Bennett Grady I the LIner Reached the New World" of January and running on We will be glad to discuss all agricultural
.: Cowan Leuben Greenwood, Jeanne Calkin, "At a Bridge Par. alternating weeks until the end
Gwendolyn Campbell, Lucille ty"; Ormand Cash, "The Farm of February. problems and make soil analysis without obligations .
Drlggers, Mary Graham, Blllle I Boy";; Mary Fisher, "A Political Purpose of the chain campaigns
Harford Myrtls Luckey Mary Campaign"; Mary Eleanor Williams to help grapefruit grower market to you.
Chalker. I I "The Last Duchess"; and ; this season' crops. In liml-
Carlotta Ante "At the Photo-
Mrs- Furry Is planning to have grapher'. After the recital refreshment Want Ads Pay-Try Them It will be well
.1 worth while consider
her third grade pupils start were served. your to
home-farm project. This will Include I
making scrap books, and amodel Ir I I. T. Plerson. supervisor of I SOILADE when planning your agricultural

r farm constructed on a sand I teachers, wa a visitor at Redland I "SAFETY for the
r table with figures School Tuesday season.
the various members reprelentin'l .
s ily and the animal A Harvard professor went down '

to Maine to give a lecture on the I The merits of a fertilizer rest in its results. \
The first and second grade pupils "Fundamentals of Education; in SAVERS 4
have Just completed a studyof which he emphasized the "seven
elves and fairies. In the midst objective of education" as embodied FEDERAL INSURANCE ,
I of the discussion that followed Iq the report of the NXA. UP TO f.MI PROVES
Mrs. Vihlen, their teacher explained The next morning the local HIGHLY POPULAR SOILADE Inc. .
that these little creature.do per bore the startling t.

not actually exist, that they "Seven Objection. to Education a-I! FEATTRK CARL F. WARNER '
exist In the mind only. After -ix I AgentPhone :

The security of year Investment M Homestead Florida .. Flatter AT*. 1 g gr

FREE HEALTH LECTURES SHANKLIN GROVE here op to $S.... I* new fu.f.antecd .
br the Federal Savings
Dr Irene and Lloyd C Shanklin oil Loan Insurance Corporation,

Washington D. CAlk .
Tonight at t, "Type ol People, Their Food and Vocation,"
by Dr. Lloyd. Lecture continue next week: Tuesday 1:30: p. for booklet Surveys MapsA.
m. by Dr. Irene; Tuesday, t p. m., by Dr. Lloyd. Hear Dr.
Lloyd also Thursday and Friday at I p. m. and Dr. Irene Friday
at I JO (next week). If you really want to know bow to live and first Federal Savings & R. LIVINGSTON
enjoy life and prosperity, attend all of these lecture by these
expert In the field of foods, type health and longevity for Loan Associationof REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER

success Registered Land
Lecture Illustrated by chart and food -r Palm Avenue, >4mile Homestead Surveyor .

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; f Walter Fread arrived Tuesday lowing about trees. The oldest living sorry that Virginia Hillard was absent -

I from New Jersey to spend the win thing $in at ... The,;red. woods [ and "a" Dorothy Parker has
ter here. He has rented the Carroll were about pas half their present moved from HometUsd.

In and Ground house on South Broadway.. size when Christ was born. They Among those present were: Mm.

I were almost the site they are now Fred Redd, Sue Moye, Mavia
Mr. and Mrs. Salvador Bonano when Columbus discovered Watts Theda Proctor Virginia ,

and family arrived last week from America. Kelly, Mary Radford, Mary Roberta v
,', HomesteadMr. i New York and are occupying the Mary Ellen Dearlng, Fay
, Frye house on North Broadway. i XX.XXX.XX XXLXX XXX.XXXLXXX.XXIXX t X Skinner Betty Bailey, Virginia

I HOMESTEAD 4-II CLUBby Hobson, Betty June Jenkins Virginia A
I Myer B. Silverman. reopened Theda, Proctor Wood Edith Booth and Lillian -

and Mrs. H. Ruegg who last J. C. Vann attended the meetingof the Florida City Soda Fountainin Booth.
Its former location In
June took up residence on their the Miami Baptist AssociationIn the Dixon The meeting was called to order ,
?, newly purchased 40-acre grove at Miami on Nov. 12 and 13. II building on Avenue B. by the president and the roll call

h Kings Highway and Richard road, ed. The minutes were read by
Mrs. R. J. Shepherd, Mrs. R. W.
returned last week from a visit of Mrs. Hiram Ritch had her tonsils Mullins, Mrs. James Dobbin, Mrs. the secretary, those present All You Want
several weeks to their former answering by telling whether ,
removed at the Post Graduate hospital or
John Rohrer and the Rev. C. G.
, home-town, Hohokus, N. Y. In Monday. Nelson went to Lake Worth Tuesday not they had planted all their seed. to Eat ,
addition to ten acres of avocados The girls were shown how to do
to attend a meeting of the
and several acres of citrus whichhe the different kinds of 50c
Miss Nella Sauls Is ill with In Foreign Missionary Society.
Is "bringing back", Mr. Ruegg fluenza.Mr. Theda Proctor was
has planted 25 acres of lime trees reporter for The
The Florida City P.-T. A. will .tltCh"'j Our family style meals are
since coming: here. prise.
i and Mrs. W. B. Caves, Mrs. hold Its Nevember meeting Tuesday erred with home folks especial
Geo. W. Turner Jr., Miss Estelle evening at 7:30: o'clock at the The club decided to ly In mind.
Edwin Lawrence who is attending city ball. at the back of the building. Edith
Turner and Miss Helen Livingston
Gordon Military Academy in' Booth was a new member votedin
of Ad Astra Chapter of 0. E. S. I Ton serve yourself from
Barnesville, Ga., will arrive'Wed-I' at the meeting. The club It
J. B. Russell moved this week
and Mrs. L. A. Fennell of Naranja heaped up platters of meal anda
nesday to spend the Thanksgiving from the Evan boarding house In
Chapter attended a meeting of the 1
variety of vegetables,
holidays with his parents, Mr. and generous
Coral Gables chapter Tuesday Homestead to the Walter Schutt
Mrs. E. L. Lawrence. His uncle night residence on'Tenth street for the cooked good old southern style.
Cleland Lawrence, will take him winter. HOMESTEAD HOMELAUNDRY Dessert and Iced tea or coffeecost i
back to Barnesville Nov. 28
on extra.
Mrs. W. C. Coleman returned nothing
and then will go to Damascus, Ga.,. Sunday from Tampa where she A combined rally day and
to spend a week with his mother. had been visiting. Thanksgiving Day program will Chicken Dinner $1.00 ;
be held at the Free Methodist
; I 115 S. W. 2nd ST.
Miss JotePhatt has returned Mrs. Claude Campbell and her Church on Sunday at 11 a. m. i

home from a four-month visit sister Miss Frances Dorsey attended Community SEMINOLE HOTEL t
1 l The Ladies' Aid of the MRS. ALICE KEITT PROP.
with rehab** in. Hollywood, CaL, the homecoming program Church will give a supper

Pueblo, Cole-, Lawrenceburg and at Stetson University at DeLand Friday evening at 6:30 In the Sun- Cash and Carry Prices DINING ROOMMrs.
Kansas City Kan., Memphis, over the week-end. Duke Wudzke day school room. Mrs R. J.
Tenn., and Birmingham, Ala. who also attended the homecoming
Shepherd has charge of arrange MayUr Appliances Throughout Guests Joiner ProprietorS
returned with them to spend! ments.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Head and a week at the Dorsey home. I
Mrs. Head's mother, Mrs. E. B. I ,u and Mn Em 1 a 1 Curse creo,
Koestline, all of Bradenton spent Miss Thelma Turner, Edwin Me- and Mr. Cuzzacreo's sister, Miss
Wednesday night with Mrs. Koest- I Garrah and Wilson Mobley attended Amelia Cuzzacreo, all of West
llne's son and daughter-in-law, the homecoming program : Haven, Conn., and Miss Eleanor I
the Rev. and Mrs. A. Koestline.. at Stetson University over the Vadala of Coscob Conn., are I
: week-end and visited Mr. Me- I spending their vacation here. Mr. I

Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Pettit of I Garrah's parents, Mr. and Mrs-, Cuzzacreo and his sister spent the II
Ochopee B. D, McGarrah, In DeLand- season here five years ago ,
announce the birth of asix
and a half pound daughter, F. E. Bllh Pi. employed as I P
Juanita Lucille, at the Post Grad- I FLORIDA CITY I., butcher at the M. E. Saver store. i

it uate was hospital formerly;Tuesday.Miss Frieda Mrs.Rutzkeof Pett Mr. W. W. FeTfry, CorrespondentMXXXXXI.IXMINNXIXXIXXXXIXININXXXXXX.X :, XXXXNNNINXX --.MIX..w.X..X-IXX... W Tj, 1D.ii'i

Fred Brocket of North Haven,'I
Margaret Lawrence, Scribe .
Conn., arrived Tuesday eveningto
F. H. Bennett, treasurer, and D. spend the winter at his homeon .,XXIXXX.XXXXX.XXXXX.XXXXX.XXXXXXXXX.The .

Lamar Leahy, manager of Sollade Tenth street. 1 Scouts met at Captain" oOOR Yo '
Inc., ,
spent Wednesday In Homestead
Skill's house at 3:30. Colors were
on business connected with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Rowland and presented by Merle Jenkins. Bar-

the I firm's local_Intere.ts.I I their daughter and son, were I, bara Blggers and Mary Frances I
guests of Mr and Mrs. M. Silver- 'Rutland and Vara Rheney were ISherwin'.Williams
(Miss Natalie Humphries of Mlanil -, man recently. Mr. Rowland Is initiated.
visited with friends in Homestead chief of police of Miami. Those present were: ElizabethJ. ;

Tuesday.Miss Buck, Frances Lamb, Marion L.
Mrs. S. S. Shields spent several Edmonds, Nina Bullard, Margaret
Madge Turner of Orlando days In Miami last week visiting Lawrence, Mary Jo Close, Eliza-
visited! friends here yesterday.Miss I friends and relatives. She returned beth Skill, Jerry Reitz Bobble,
Turner a former resident of Sunday. Simpson, Dolores Papy Mary i
Homestead, has been spending two Frances Rutland, Barbara
week with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mrs. W. E. Macomber was Merle Jenkins, Vara Biuerl'l
Dewhurst of Hialeah.Mr. brought home yesterday from a. Kathleen Graves, Jo Nelle FLOOR ENAMEL
Miami hospital where she was Edith Bevls and Vida Clarke-
and Mrs. C. A. Swann of taken Sunday In a Turner ambu- The Girl Scouts are donating give your floors the beauty flnlth nd complexion you'll vwnt
Miami spent Saturday with Mr. lance for treatmentMr some toys and taking them to the I Gives a high enamel l glow| en hardwood, softwood, linoleum or
cement floon. Dries hard! _mlsht. On coat of Floor Enamel
and Mrs. Paul Reynolds. fire station. Patrol leaders' camp
and Mrs. Frank Garegnanl was held at Matheson Hammockon end you'll have a serviceable, colorfuh floor that ll set to warp

The Rev. and Mrs- C. N. Walker returned Saturday from their sum Nov 11. Margaret Lawrence nd keep 'looking nice
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Edwards, Mt. mer home In Holly N. Y-, to their was made a patrol leader on Nov. 10 servI.o.Ue colors s s 0 a I 'jw.rl I I
and Mrs. J. R. Pope, Mrs. R R. winter home here.J. 9. The hostess was Barbara ,- s
Blggers, Mrs- Bert Andrews, Mrs. gers. Mrs. Skill read a poem
k Frank Irwin, Mrs. J. Tom Vann, T. Underwood and Baxter about good posture Barbara Blg
Mrs. Vera Summer, Mrs. H. Holland arrived Monday from a gers Identified Vega!: Jupiter the r
Collier, Mrs. Gordon Ivey Mrs. summer In Georgia. They are large dipper Arcturua and An-
Emma Wright, Mrs. J. M. Forte occupying the Bob Ellis house on I
Mrs. O. L. Strickland, and Mrs. Avenue B. are going to learn the fol- Gsbcha rYIM (SW Polish et)

Gloss Enamel Furniture Parish

Furniture Woodwork. Restores lu ire. Lewes noWails.
for Covensalidoneoaal- oily film to Anger pint.a .

Fall Fertilizingof % :-1 29c A_:bottle for

one C .
pee to a Cattamee to a iecoar.ir

I your grove has a great effect on your spring bloom. Get your trees Fprhtao

in condition to bloom and hold the bloom next spring. Floor Wax .-.z r 1it'.not_ for Varnish
S.WfIo-W.endLOI\- ?_ \ AOen
"es11111111111 1P1 n :use, ftin Of
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Use Redland Brand Fertilizers for results. We also have a com- NO-414 t-pplictlor t : -r Ctt .. ,
Special 1"

plete line of vegetable fertilizers for truck crops. Quality fertilizers $1.03 waI,. a .. 'eofor$133

produce results.Florida. "

East Coast Fertilizer Co. I W. D. Horne Co., Inc.

Manutacturen Redland Brand Fertilizer FRANK L. SKILL Owner



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I : I Social Events in South Dade I


; FOR YOUNG PEOPLES" UNION MEMBERSThe I'dinner W. I.party Fislt was on bill given seventy-fifth, a birthday I, DINNER AT C FOLLOWED_ BY DANCE

Redland District Young A. New Years' Ivw: program and anniversary Monday night at the Thirty-three member of the I Water, Mr. and Mrs Wllburn-

Peoples Union will give Thanksgiving watch party will be held at the Homestead Country Club by Mn. Junior Woman' Club of Homestead Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Shaw

: baskets to several familiesIn Homestead Presbyterian Church. I Flak. A three-tier birthday cake attended a turkey dinner at Mr and Mrs. Ovid Sullivan Mr.
The program will be given in the bearing stventy-fivt candle
the district, director of the organization church, and the party will be held wasa the Homestead Country Club Monday and Mrs. Augustus Wynn Mr. and
feature of the dinner.Covers
Mrs. T.: J. Walker, Mr. and Mrs.
decided it I meeting on the church lawn where a bonfire night when Mrs. J. S. Horton
were laid! for Mr. and Claude Campbell, Mrs. E. A. Buch-
and Miss
wlU be built Pearl Whitaker
held In the First Baptist Church Mrs. Flak and MR and Mrs TE.! hostesses. were anon Mn W B. Cave, Jr., Mn
Sunday afternoon. The basket Plans were discussed for the Kirby of Homestead, Mrs Chas. Joel J. Robinson, Mn. Ceo. M.
will be assembled and decoratedby general meeting of the organization Camp and J, A. Norwood.of Red- After the dinner, husbands and Sonnichsen, Mn E. J. Dyal; Mn.
Mir Christine Hughes and distributed at the Presbyterian Churchon land, and Mr. and Mrs. A. Zelosfcy, friends of the members came to Paul Reynolds, Mrs. J. R. Bird
by the good will committee Nov. 29 at ':30 p. m. when the Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ztlosky, Miss dance. Mrs. Fred Kufeldt; Misses Alice

; Christian Endeavor Society of Anne Zelosky and James Cammaasa Those present were Mr. and I and Grace Hobson, Miss Mary
I Plans were made for the singingof that church will present a pro- of Miami Mrs. H. T. Oxford, Mr. and Mrs- I Bradley, Miss Marguerite Wollam,
Christmas carols on gram. J. D. Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. L B. MIll Thelma Turner, Min Inet
Eve. A practice The group voted to hold the '" '" HO_ Danzey, Mr and Mrs. L, T. Proc- Branch, Miss Miriam Burton, Mill
held In the First Chrlatma'j January meeting of the union In The CalendarNov. tor, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Turner, Ellen Huff, Miss Wava Horton,
t Tuesday evening, | St. John's Episcopal Church. Mr. and Mr*. Burley Dandy, Mr. Edwin McGarrah, Harold Lump-
--- --- t and Mrs Hunter Hardin
---- ---------- --------------- ----- I Mr. and kin L. C. McGlnnis, Lonnie Hood,

1 BRIDGE PARTIES OfTEN was changed from the first Monday 20-Initiation, and programfor Mrs. R. a Huff, Mr. and Mrs. Duke Wudzke, R. J:. Sherard, Mr.
worthy matron and patron' Bruce Ennis, Mr. and Mr*. R. G. Horton and Richard. McCormick
FOR MKS. E. H. HINER night In the month to the
of district at Ad Astra
Mrs E. H. Hlner was guest of o second Friday. chapter
7, honor at a bridge party given by At the executive board meeting meeting;; BRIDGE CLUB COOKS I Hobson, Mn. Don Ferreyra, Mrs
Mrs. Let H. Lehman at the Leh- Friday afternoon, It was announced Nov. 20-Community supper by SUPPER IN YARD I A. D. Smith, Mrs, J. A. Hooks,
man home Monday afternoon. Mrs that the school cleared over Florida City Ladles Aid in Com- Members of the Teachers' Bridge Mn. Fred Suber, Mrs. Pete Morgan -
Frank Hausman Mr J. R. Brooks, $330 at the Halloween carnival munity Church. at 8:30. Club cooked hamburgers over an : Mrs- Carl Drawdy, Mn. Geo.
Mrs T. J. Faust and tfrs Carl Nov. 23-W. M. S. study class open fire In Mr. and Mr. J. II. N. Wakefield, Mn. Mae King, Mr*.
Deden won the prizes. BAPTIST DEACONS HAVE meeting In church at 2:30 p. m- Webster back yard Tuesday W. D. Coker Mrs Ben.King, Mrs.
_.. Nov. 24-Meeting of Woman'sClub
Others present were Mrs. Tom POT LUCK DINNER of Homestead In clubhouseat I night Mn. Frank Webb and G. M. Cooper, Mrs. O C. Radford,
Lindsay, Mn. R. E. Aspley, Mrs. The deacons of the First Baptist I 3p.m. Geo. N. Wakefield won the high Mrs- C. D. Bethea, Mrs. Andy Ter-

: M. D. Hartman Mrs H. E. Schaff, Church and their wives had a I Nov. 29 Meeting of HomesteadB. score prize In the bridge game berg Mn. R. E. Whittenwyler, .
Mrs W that followed. Mrs. Ben Flowers, Mn. Fred Redd,
K. Walton, Mrs Frank pot-luck dinner and business meeting P. W. C. I
Skill, Mrs. 3. It Webster, Mrs. W. In the Sunday school rooms Nov. 27-Aremt Club meeting Those present were: Mr. and Mrs R. E. Edwards and Miss Nor-
E \ Mrs. Bevo Webb, Mr. and Mrs. W. ton.
Rheney, Mn. CJ. Firman, Tuesday evening. with Mrs. Fred Suber.
Mr-: Elizabeth Fuch and Mrs K. All voted to invite the trustees Nov. 29-Meeting of Redland R. Bird, Mr. and Mrs L. B- Som-I
P. McDanlel men, Mr. and Mrs Wakefield PRESBYTEKAN'
and their wives and the membersof District Young People's Union In WOMEN
Mi J:. J. Dyal and Mrs. Brooks the finance committee and their Presbyterian Church at 6:30 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webb and MEET AT RUEHLE HOME:
entertained! for Mrs. Hiner Wed- wives to the next meeting, a pot- Dec. Teacher's Bridge Club Mr. and Mr*. Webster. I The Presbyterian Woman'
nc-dj' at the Dye home. Mrs- luck dinner on Jan. 12. meeting at home of Mr and Mrs. Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs.
Claude Allen won the prize for Those attending were: the Rev. Frank Webb. MRS. CEO. L. SWAN ELECTED George Reuhlt Wednesday afternoon
bridge and Mrs. C. N. Walker, Mr. and Dec. I-W. M, S. meeting In I SACRED HEART PRESIDENT Mn. Reuhle and Mrs. D.
Others present were Mrs Given Mn. Ceo. M. Frlck. Mr. and Mrs.R. churclt. Mrs- Geo. L. Swan was elected M. Papy were hostesses. *

Victor, Mi*. Fuchn" Mrs Schaff, Edwards: Mr. and Mrs Dec. Presbyterian Woman's president of the Sacred Heart Clubof The meeting days have been
f Mrs, Hartman, Mrs. Faust Mrs. Flfcbv Mr. and 'Mrs. R. M S.1I-1:Auxiliary meeting with Mn. V. M. the Sacred Heart Church at a changed from the first and third
Carney and Mrs Walton.SIBDEB whit, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Harris as program chairman. meeting held at the home of Mn. Thursdays the month to the
hire, Mrs. W. D. Home and Dec. 2-Sacred Heart Club benefit Chas Topplno on Nov. 12Mrs.. first and third Wednesdays.
i : CLUB TO ASSIST McDwaln. r supper and baszar on church Chas Pope was elected vice-pres Mn. C. Ben Plummer was In
I\ RED CROSS DRIVE grounds.. ident; Mn. G. D. Barcus, secretary charlie of the home mission pro
: The Sub-deb Club decided: to 4-H GIRLS AND COUNTY WILL Dec. 2-W. M. U circle meetings ; and Mn. Topplno, treasurer. gram. The subject was, "Walk-
I assist in the American Red Cross 'CITE RADIO PROGRAM4H Dec. Episcopal Woman's Plans were made for a benefit Ing and Working with Christ in

t drhc by making a canvass of the I Club girls and Home Demonstration -1- business meeting fol supper and bazzar to be held on I the Homeland". Mn. J. M. Hol-
business houses In Homestead to- Club members of Dade, corporate communion at the church grounds Dec. 2. ferty, Mn Edw. Trotter and Mrs.V. .

I dos with the Idea of getting every Broward and Palm Beach counties -, :30 a. m. Present besides those named. M. Harris took part In the pro-
business man to Joint) .Mrs Wnv are looking forward to the Dec. Business meeting of were Mrs. Frank: Orifid, Mrs. T. gram. Mrs. D. P. Blake led the
t I J. Ceronlmo, chapter represents Farm and Home hour program Junior Woman' Club of Home P. Panno, Mrs. Don Ferreyra, Mrs. Bible study.Others .
s. tlvt In Homestead, attended the over WIOD Saturday at 12:30 stead. Walker, Mn. F. W. Mlnnerly, Mrs. present Included: Mn.
meeting held at the horn at miss when county agents from- othesethroe Dec. Episcopal Woman's L. C. Smith, Mn. Dl Natale, Mrs. L. J. Pace Mn A. S. Darling, Mn.
Alta Webster Wednesday night counties have charge of the Auxiliary benefit bridge party at Edmonds and the Rev James Cloo- J. R. Hickson, Mr R. Y. Burr,
when final plant were mado. program. Hausman home at 2:30: p. m. nan. Mn. Della Lockhurt, Mn. A. F.
The Homestead quota Is $100 Thirty-two bt the Florida State Dec. 10-W. M. V. meeting In Arthur and Mrs. J. M. Gay a
College for Women short course church. MISS NORTON TALKS TO guest.
AD ASTRA TO HONOR girls from Dade County will sing Dec. Woodmen's Circle DEMONSTRATION CLUB

DISTRICT OFFICER TONIGHT the song which they entered' in meeting in L O. O- r. .hall at 8 Miss Pansy L Norton, county Membership and attendance was
Ad Astra chapter of the O. E. a. the state contest Also the program p. m. home demonstration 0 discussed at a meeting of the
agent, was
will entertain the worthy patrons will be M. U. Mounts American Legion Auxiliary in
,county Dec. 11-Aremt Club election of present at the meeting of the.
and worthy matrons of District ;29 agent of Palm Beach County Miss officers Homestead Demonstration Club Legion hall Wednesday night

In the I. O. 0. F. hall tonight at Pansy Norton county home demonstration -' Dec. 14-Meeting of Woman' In the Neva King Cooper School
8 o'clock. agent of Dade County, Club of Homestead. yesterday The Cat-Flsh Club will meet at
morning and led a discussion
Several candidates will be Ini one club girl from Broward Coun- Dec. -Meeting of Woman' on varied topics- I the regular place Saturday evening -
tiated. ty and two club boys from Faun Club of Redlands. Those present were: Mrs R. L. I at 8 p, m. The secretary
Beach County. 1 urge all member to be oresent.Whiten .
Mrs Nett 1C Walker spoke at AT LUNCHEON PARTY I
the meeting of flit Redland Parent- Tommy Collins was host at a

Teacher Association Friday evening buffet luncheon at the home of t New Safe Flotation .
on "What the Parents Can Do his mother; Mr. Eva: Collins, on I I of
In the Lint of Character Training." the Dixie Highway Sunday- Monopoly
Mrs. Ruth Russell and Mia Lois was played after the lun-
Johnson teachers in the Rtdhmd cheon.

School; talkerf en "What the Covers were Ibid for: Mist Mary Briton
Teacher Can Do- In Character" Eleanor Williams, Miss Alta Webster : Tooth Paste .
Building of the Pupil' Miss Elisabeth Skill John
: This was the first meeting of Whlchard; Buddy Fltepatrk and
the P.-T. A. sine Its meeting date the host

I( cleans the hidden angles of the teeth, where
Green Lantern: Restaurant 2 5 C

ADJOINING HOTEL REDLAND decay lurks Briten whitens teeth AndBriten's
Western T-Bon Steak Dinner Mt Chick* Miner TtoKtgtfTaa .
Blsner Mt Vegetable Flat Mt .)
All KM of n_.... Sandwiches refreshing flavor- awakens your

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Oberlin Conservatory and Royal TOOTHPASTE GETA.TUBETODAY OW

Conservatory of Leipzig


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November 20 193G LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pacre Nine
Friday, THE_ _

ROOM MOTHERS GIVE ciania Grove at the home of Mr*. MRS. H. J. ARMSTRONG

Mrs. C. H. Steffanf and Mn. Flaws Pact-Mi, the guardian, Mr H. J. Armstrong talked on

[ Social EventsHOMESTEAD -I I Rusiel Anderson, room mothers of poke as the co-operative work ofmemben fovemmantal details at the meetIng -
Miss Haggard's seventh graders, In the grove. of the Woman's Club of theRe
Mn Coker gave a report of the clubhouse Tues-
gave the: class a party at the Stet hmda in the .
I fant home Friday evening. W. O. W. meeting in Miami on day afternoon. Dr. West of Baltimore -
Mrs J. E. Qauzens assisted In Nov. 11 which a number of Homestead who is spending the winterIn

P.-T. A. REVIEWS FUTURE I the direction of various outdoor memben attended. Miami was scheduled to speak
games. Ice cream and cakes were Othen present wen: Mrs B. but was unable to be present
FARMER TRIP TO KANSAS AND TEXAS served. B. Pullen, Mrs. Ruth Godwin, Mrs.! Mr Clna Stewart served refreshment

Present betide the children and Ada Young Mrs. Neecle Branch *.
home hostesses were Mr. and Mn. Theo Mr*. Nora Smith Mrs. Annie Martin Mrs. B- A.
Those present were: {
Aided by moving East
Eighth street or lent
and Mrs.
Mrs. Bessie Brady
J. Skier, Mr. Steffanl and Mr. WakUo, Mrs. Henry Schumacher,
descriptive talk by Goo N. to the school
I Ruisea Vesta Beasley of Miami Miss Pearl Kate
Mrs. E. A. Carter Mr May V
Wakefield, Future Farmer adviser Mrs. Frank B. Rue, tag day Whltaker, Barney Godwin and Dane, Mrs W. D. Mahan. Mrs.

the Homestead Parent-Teacher chairman, announced that the $38 TEACHERS ENTERTAIN GIRLS Harold Branch. Stewart Mrs. Dave Kufeldt, Mn.Oeo .
cleared by the P.-T. A. I
Association hit Friday evening on tag day, SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES W. Turner Jr. and Mrs.
had been added to the school
reviewed the trip to Kansas and fund.I'rInclpal. I Mr*: L. L. Poyser and Mn. Bill AREME CLUB MEETS Armstrong.also .
Nolan gave a party to the nine- WITH MRS. MEYBEM
Texas which the chapter took
L B. Sommers
announced year-old girls' Sunday School
committee meetIng
A nominating was programs- The -
kit lummer. Mr. Wakefleld that more than two gave
expressed hun classes of the Homestead Methodist
appointed at the meeting of the was closed with the pledge
also, the appreciation of dred parent visited the school Church at the home of Mr. and
Areme Club at the home of Mn. Those present were: Mrs. Don
the chapter, which during Education Week.
now holds Mr. afternoon.
Poyser Friday
Albert Meybem Friday. It consists Ferreyra, Lou Belle and OoldtaGrennell
second place In the entire United Attendance awards went to Refreshments of wieners and
of Mrs- B. O. Branch, Mn. Bob Mildred Batts, Julia
States, for the association's gift Miss Elinor Hayden's room In the buns, devils food cake, marshmallows Harris and Mra. Wm. M. Johns. Frances Sullivan, Thelma Radford
of $25 for the trip fund. high school and Miss France Dor- and punch were served
Mn. Johns won the mystery pack- Teresa and Annabel Redd, Margaret -
Sweater are needed to supplement ey' room In the grammar school. Present were: Mrs, A. A. Koest- Field, Beatrice Wilson. Norma

the clothing gathered by the Mn. J. W. English, the president, line, Mn. Poyser, Mrs. Nolan Miss age.Those present were Mrs Wayne Rachel and Slots: Gossman.
Redland District Lion's Club for presided. Mn. S. L. Dickinson Myrtle Phlnny, Joyce Phlnny, Calkins, Mrs. Geo. W. Turner Jr., Mary Duncan and Katherine Or-.
distribution to needy school child- presented the program numbers, Wanetta and Alene Koestline,
Johns Miss Es- fanades.
Mrs. Harris, Mrs- ,
ren, Mrs. E. J. Dyal. welfare chair- and Mrs. Margaret Mills led In Frances and Marvin Poyser Mau- telle Turner and Miss Helen Liv 1
man, reported. Gifts of clothingshe community singing. Mrs. Mary reen Huston, Llllle Little Fay ingston. What PrIM Glory
said may be brought to,her Webb played the accompaniment Pierce Mary Catherine Suber, The nice lady entered the restaurant
Shirley Danzey, June Martin and and ordered an omelet.

EPISCOPAL GROUP PLANS 1 Ranson who had charge of the Betty Graham. Homestead High 4-II ClubBy The waiter took the order. i
FOR MEETING AND PART j devotional Present were: Mrs. J. "I'm sorry to have to explain. r
Plans for an educational and L. Ballard, Mn. H. C. Barber, Mrs. LEAGUE HAS BREAKFASTAT Mary Duncan madam," he .said "that the priceof
business meeting to follow the E. S. Caplinger and Mcs. Ranson. HOOKS HOME omelets has been raised. It's. eon

corporate communion service at Mrs. Paul Reynolds was hostess Mr. and Mr J. A. Hooks and Mildred Batts, record book chairman account of the war, you know.
':30 a. nu Friday. Dec. 4, were to Circle Three- Mrs. Wm. Nolan their daughter, Mrs. Edw. Walton, gave her program at this "My goodness!" exclaimed the
made at I meeting of the Episcopal read from the Scriptures and Mn entertained members of the Young week's meeting and Norma Gar nice lady, '.... they throwing eggs
Woman's Auxiliary at the homeof A. A. Koestlloe read a discussion People's Service League at breakfast man, social chairman, and Rachael at each other now "* -Staley Jour.
Mrs. W. J. Clark Friday. After of the topIc Miss Jennie Lobdell at their home Sunday morning Gosaman. handcraft chairman,'nal
the meeting a luncheon will be had charge of the Bible study after the group had attendeda ,
served at the Green Lantern period. 1 corporate communion service In
taurant. Rea-I the church.
Others present were: Mra. John
Mn. Frank Hausman Present were: Mr, and Mn. Lee
"United Thank Offering". j Williams, Mn. W. L Neely, Mra.Casper I H. Lehman, Mr. and Mrs. J. E 1
Williams, Mn Joel J.
Plans were completed for a benefit -I Gauiens, Mr. and Mn- Geo. N.
Robinson, Mn- Grace McL
bridge party to be given at Wakefleld, Miss Helen Lehman,
Mrs. Dan Williams, Mn. J. J. Mc-
home on Kings highway, Miss Helen Taylor, Misses Rose
Lendon, Mn. Ceo. M. Sonnlchsen
2:30 p. m., Dec. I at the Hausman and Carrie Belle Caves, Miss Ma,-.
and Mn. Lewis Bundenburg.
Present besides those mentioned 'cla Gauaens, Miss Ellen Huff Barbara -
were Mn. H. L Cook, Mrs- Jean Wakefleld.the Rev Wm.
Edw. Wiling Mrs. Jos. Gauzens, STUDY CLASS DISCUSSES C. Taylor, Ben Plummer. Clayton
Mn. 3. A. Hooks, Mrs. Edw. Walton VOTING QUESTIONS Lehman, Mr. Watson, Joseph and r
Mrs. H. E. Schaff Mrs. E. H. Comparative government and Robert Gauzens, Billy Clark and
Hiner, Mrs. Lee Lehman, Mrs. current voting questions were din I Norton Wakefleld. I
Ruth L. Scott, Mrs. Kennedy, Miss cussed at a meeting of the Woman's I I
Ellen Huff and the Rev. Wm. C. Club of Homestead study class at DISTRICT MANAGER
Taylor.W. the home of Miss Jennie Lobdell VISIT LOCAL GROVE i
yesterday. l Mrs. Myrtle A. Depew of Miami
M. U. STUDY CLASS MEETS Mrs. J. M. Dobbins talked on Woodmen's Circle district
WITH MRS. R. E. EDWARDSThe Belgium; Mrs. Bertha Edwards, on I manager, gave a talk on fraternalIsm -
study class of the Woman's Denmark; and Miss Lobdell, on at the meeting of Royal PolnTTttami' -
Missionary Union of the First Norway. I
Baptist: Church met at the homeof !i Others present were: Mrs. H.

Mrs. R. E. Edwards Monday for ,I Collier, Mrs. E. A. Ennls Mra Harry
aa all day meeting. Mrs. T. D. Wolfe, and Mrs R, Shepherd.. e
Pich taught In the morning and LOXDAP
Mrs. Catherine Pickard after I

lunch.The subject was "The Palestinian .DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST I

Tapestries". I' i
Present were: MrsVera Collier,
Mn S. H. Fitch, Mrs. Plche, Mrs
A. D. Smith, Mn. Pickard, Mrt I Office ilourat9a.m.to5p.rn. R
Julia Polk and Mn. Edwards.W. I Sundays 9 to 12

Closed Saturdays i it l ht
NOVEMBER MEETINGS I i Free Parking Space

Circles One and Four of the i 1704 N. W. J6TII ST.. MIAMI:
Woman's Missionary Society of the I
Homestead Methodist Church held 1r
( ; Q
.1 a joint meeting at the home of I lla THE ROILATOII COMPARISON .

Mollie Wingat Tuesday Mn'l estfeifreNary

noon. nH m.>..t _....
Mrs. J. A. McNeill read
has Ut 4 mtf ...
and *V .
twelfth chapter of Romans CARE
Mrs. Tillie Williams led In prayer.; 0 I sorts spl.rs imttik easy.

Each one present gave her favorite rotting" p.R.wb-

Bible verse. and Beauty Sly a tit.tIote1 ..h4 ,., floe .....
After a quilting session, ked /111 ti .
rwa.w .ssi am e.aaaww.
tea and cookies were served. True beauty demands Patr1CUt ...ar ns gas10YEAR
Present were: Mrs. L M.
the best of care at all
Bridges, Mrs. H. M. Glbbs Mrs. times. Whether you Sit S. E. SECOND AVENUE LOWDOWN
E.AEnnis, U.... F. Fleltas, Mn. wish I wave I facial Rw (
Sam Davis, Mrs. Vlvan Booth a manicure, or any of '. ,All Outside fcoomg with ....--aa '
Mrs. J. W. Avery, Mrs. B. O. the other essential aids Private Bath
Branch Mrs. Dexter Smith, Mrs to beauty youll find PAYMENT
A. S. Moye, Mrs- McNeill, Mn. the skilled operator at COOL CLEAN. QUIET
3. E. Davis, Mn. Chester Redd, Pat's Beauty Parlor
Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Wlngate ready to serve you OverUoklac Bteartw Bay
Circle Two met with Mr. Geo. quickly at any time. t

CreqvlrnoSe Spiral and Two Blocks to Shops

CemblnaUoo Theatre and Business


PrVes' $5 $6, $7


.36 N. Kroree Avenue I $1.50sinjle$2.50dQuble:

Upstairs I none 138.R norm Bid,. :pedal Family, Weekly and I II. SM N. Kresn Avenue Homestead,

Office Hours 8:30-410, Monthly Rate

I B. D. McCREART, Proprietor
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Page Ten THE _LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday November 20, 1936HOMESTEAD ,

"" In Miami Lakeland or Penueolai
Thanksgiving Appeal for Clothing, Children' outer and under garments .

: Food Made for Children's HomeFacing I particularly sweaters,
I SCHOOL HEWS Money aoaU, suit, stockings or winter
wear garment will be greatly appreciated.
a huge! deficit of over Every family In Florida that can .
NELLA SAULS. Srhool Editor I
...,.........-....,....-........"........--...........?,N.NNwNNNNwww.wwINNNwwNNNNNNNw. nine thousand dollars the Child!possibly I give even the) smallest I The greatest need of atf'taclnf
ren's Home Society of Florida,I|amount Is urged to tend In a contribution the Homo Society I* the need of
Elementary Honor Eoll Mr Mill I* putting on a Christmas -
good family home for the
1 I I The Glee Club will generally spoken of everywhere I In money to the treasurer scores
ThontM Dolor, operetta l I of homeless boys and girls front
Vim grid*- l* "Florida' Greatest Charity" 1'1
Sunday of the society, 40 Buckman
at the Presbyterian
sing six to sixteen of who In
Bert Smith Thelma Chlnnen facing a critical situation and li years age
Ethel Lott Joy Peters Wanda School next Sunday morning and making an urgent Thanksgiving! Building, Jacksonville, or to one each of the society's receiving t
Smith. Albert Hlnman. Victor at the Baptist Church Sunday appeal for money, food and of the three branches of the society homes in Jacksonville, Lakeland. I
Morris. Bobby Nichols, Joe Reynolds night. ren's wearable all t at Lakeland, Miami or Pen- Miami and Pensacola are constantly 1s
Barbara Jean Horn, Annie state. child-I' acola. pleading with the state I
Mae King, and Betty Rene Slmmoni. The physical education classes Those who cannot give moneyor superintendent, Marcus C. "Dad- 7
have elected the following new 1 who may desire to give more dy" Fagg, to find a good home.of
captain: seventh grade, said they'd be down again aoon. 'I than money are urged to send Inanything i love and care for them."Daddy" .
Second gradeWinifred: Denary. Maror'l'l After the eat, the Kansas affair I
Connor Edna Fort Mary that "children from wee Fagg would Ilk very
and Gene Alfred Reynolds Tomerlin., Ruth Rutland ta; eighth grade Texas Centennial, etc., films babies up to boy and girt of sixteen much to place every one of thuehom.te.
Third grade: Eileen Sherr and line Marjorie Lewis; fifth period were shown to all-which gave the,I yean of age can eat, wear .. boys and girls before
das. Virginia Prick, Helen West;i local boys a chance to point out or enjoy. Donation of canned Christmas If possible this being
Marte Fourth Conner grade: Dorrla Ads Dod- sixth: period clan, Nina Pearl Bush how good THEY looked In the goods, preserve, staple provisions I the greatest Christmas gift that
son, Virginia Walker Harry and Jeanette Sever. picture, with nobody agreeing fruits vegetables, meats could possibly be provided for
Bishop, Jennie H rdle, June Mar- If anyone can find a better'I chickens, ducks pigs or turkeyswill these homeless children. Alll
tin, Ardel Parman Anne Rheney The high school classes are endIng bunch of friend than the Lemon be warmly welcomed at the I these homeless children. All
I' Citlans and the bragging Homestead headquarter's receiving home should be sent to
Mary C. Sober and Ortetje Ter- the volley bell season with al "Daddy" Fagg, e
berg I series of game In which the losing group-please point them: 2500 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville 40 Buckman Building, Jacksonville a
Fifth grade: June Vann Vera side treat the winner out or at the branch receiving homes Florida. ..

Rheney, Barbara Bigger, Eugene The varsity basketball team 1
Lott. opens its season's schedule with r
Sixth grade: Dorothy Moon a game with the alumni next Tues p. m. WQAM

Hilda Dodson Athley Kemp, Do- day. ,
lure Papy, and Mary Trendy Rut This Modern
land. There are three new pupil in Complete f

Miss Jackson's room, Leonard I t
In Miss LuU' room there are : North Carolina and I
three new pupil; Edna Becker and her brother, Bathroom Outfit ..r
Yvonne Pollard Polly Anna Gar Alfred, from Fulton, N. Y. ,i AF.a

rison. Nina Lou Pope ha been NNNN.gNNNNNN.NNNNNN..NN/,........"....., (
transferred to Redland. a'1tfi
Homestead F. F. A. NewsBy !

Paul Shanklln ,,
Insect collections are due Friday -........"....--....,........,.'....''..."''.,...?.... sl
In Mr. Moomaw'a biologyclass. I
In general science the pupils Had a real shnkin' down out at f
experimented on the effect the clubhouse yesterday even In'. d
of heat on volume of subttaneat. About 25 rlp-roarln' Future Farmers I' a
from Miami were guest of the
In Mr. Lucoa' home-room the local outfit at a joint meeting and (

pupils are making up word refreshments added I I I ,
Ru.imblcs for the home-room programs A short meeting was held early I f
They have planned a party In the evening and several Im-
fit Fridanlllht portant subjects were discussed flt flc
Then came the stampede! I'm n .
The eighth, ninth and tenth tolling you, that thar table wa t
home economic claim have taken in stride-you know, something c
finish their cloth and an be- like! Notre Dame playing
gtanlngs their food work tM I Tampa V. And when everything rt
week They had a very exciting untangled only a shiny table remained I t
time cleaning up the food "lab". Don't never let no one I
The ninth grade girls have made tell a man that 40 young'ons can't !
school dresses;: the tenth grade, silk put the feed away. It may a been
dream; and the eighth grade. cool out, but the Ice cream sure' !
Christmas gifts. The seventh I* did fade. I
taking another week to finish I The shin-dig was so durn good "
apron that the Lemon City congregationOnly SOLD ON OUR r

Mr*. Johnaon'i ninth grade ha A* a Watcher EASY PAYMENT PLAN c r

two new pupils. Mattie Callahan "You'* been watching me for I
and Edith Bicker. The pupils decided three hour," se said. "Why don't 7500 White Porcelain Enameled 7Fr
to charge two cent for tardiness
you try fishing yourself 5-Ft. Recess Tub .
and five cent for due AU "What! me?" cried the watcher.
those not paying the dun before "Not likely. I ain't got the paN 19x17-inch Wall Lavatory !

charged Wednesday five of cent next extra-week will be tience."-Royal Arcanum Bulletin. An $87.00 Value fi; Mixing: Type Faucets

Where but at Sears in a Super Value Sale could you get such a beautiful bathroom j'

There are tome new pupil in v outfit at this price? Modern as tomorrow-the last word in conven- I
Mr*. Edward room. Billy Houser, \ ",
Billy Perkins and Jack Heffncr. tit ience! All pieces perfectly matched, White Pyroxlin coated closet seat\ r
\ill) Chrome-plated brass fittings. See this exceptional valud'toda'yI! ,

J T. Prltchet was absent from Sean Second floor I .
Mn Webbs' worn last Monday. We give i

Mr*. Byrd'i sixth grade it giving the genuine SS GALLON STORAGE TANK BOO GALLONS PER HOUR I I Ii I
a plaY for book week.
EUGENE PermanentSoft
Mn. Fifield's fourth grade has i HOME i
two new pupil. Nathaniel Reynolds rolling ivw- bund.
and Ernest K..**... Francis ant tilling curls-that's th*
Faster has returned after a brief kind of a permanent you wane =
illnei ADd rh..'. the kind.* give. WATER SYSTEM j jI c

For we do genuine Eugene I
MM TVr ev's room has a new waving, ..lIh! genuine Eug'nS I t
plrttr, and new library book ..h.is. In ui. *dr.is" your
--- half for he M non, with na j
Mr*. Tlun nun's room ha four rural undulations and fluur 83_ OUR EAST

new pupils, Margaret Hftftner' iog I""lIIoI-k eurla4Bush'sBarber Cash PAYMENT
Claude Heffnei John' Mock 'hd
Price PLAN
Leslie Helm. Shop Fs
\ i r

I Palmer: Miss Rav's Pope room was to transferredfrom Rrdland & Beauty Parlor NO. 60 GAUGE WELL POINTS Ever-Ready ",.teraydem with 1/111. I

P. repulsion Induction motor. Bran .
Tin mom halo, received Hi second tt
Mis* Little Brown; Operator ,p,a Have solid forted carbon steel point. Brass
gold star in mlll4c.nAlalia I "t' Jacketed with No 60 glut brass screening lined cylinder and brass valve *
'J' Galvanised Inside and outside. Tapped for eal"1
? Tank and outside of pump are
CHEST COLDS I V114-inches.
\ vaulted- Double acting automatic air
SO-ln I St-ln. i i

Rub on Musterolc. Used '., < I 12-90. volume .control .prevents water-tog" \
ONLY I by millions for 25 years. 1-85 2.35 TH1
glng. ,
MONKEY NOT just a salve but. a ,...... '
JUNGLE "countcr-trrltant. All ,... Sears Second floor t
IN THE U.S. I druUists.Three strengths. I


Drive west '; t tBktcelse

I of NanaJa Read .... Store lieunt daily .
lab to *:.0* tel:'0....
", \ ADMISSION M umiate" 2DARS[ ROEBUCK I AND I CO I ::936 SaL *.0* to .:.* '

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0114tar J idav. November 20. 1936 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE: Faire Eleven


'Iterlpo. The Churches ({{ Ifolltozwail TRUTH'*Rihcb o' 1IIIiIiIII CLASSIFIED ADS"RATE i.' !

; .Spiritualist twnpl of Truth In II'
Inilof '. Woman'l CM, 410 N. W. Eighth : Hft insertion 10* a line; auhawquettt hwertlon*

avenue. Men's Bible clan. and: 8* a line .

urea ,- BAPTIST CHURCHHomesteadsThe Auxiliary at B:30 I Ia followed by young people's lyceum at 7:15 p.1' _. '
rom I m.; healing by Dr. J. Carl Hobson'!:
oln : Inv cN. business meeting. Holy day as' at 743: ; toctur and messages at FOR RENTFOR SMALL PLANTS and cutting for
II ale. Mrs. Geo. W. Kohl, Jungle
ling Walker, pastor Sunday achool at 7:30.: I
Preaching at 11 a. i No. It Services j jI I i iI Grove Rowland road and Plum
In4'On.- u.a. m. m. at I and RENT-Fumlsed hou**. Apply
and,':30 p. m.; B.Y.P.U. at 7 p.m. I 11 a. m.Nov I C. B. Rucker, "The Pine," mer drive.

tate prayer services Wednesday at t -National Thanksgiving I Federal Highway, north of GUAVA JUICE $1 per gallon.

ad- 7SO p. m. II Day. T a. m., Holy Eucharist GROVE : Homectead. (pn 13-20) Jungle Grove, Redland.
t.of ; !. am.., UnionThankfulness" _
U No.,. M-Morning sermon: I special made i i I THEATRE FOR RENT-Four room house CARISSAS. lOc qt CUTTINGSand

'ery "rjb Temple of the Holy Spir I Friday Nov. 17-No service. ,jl GROVE with bath. A. J. McOaughey, SMALL PLANTS for Asia.Mrs. .
evening aermon: "Know- {I COCONUT I
1& ) W. Koecl Jungle
tae rear of 117 N. W. 6th St., Homestead Ceo. ,
The Glee Club of Show T and 9 Admission Ut
lot Jesus EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN 1 Grove, Redland road and Phnti-
toro ( n 20)
I p
, Homestead High School will Matinee Sat and Sun.. tae '
Ang sing at the evening service. St. John'*-Redland; the Rev. ltolp.m. I GLADIOLUS BULBS PHirdy
that TOMATO LAND In Atlapattafc
Nor. *J-Prayer aervlce Geo. M. Poth pastor Sunday the most spectacular and moat
for subjtct "Goodnes. school each Sunday at 10 a. m. ; San.. Mom, Tues.. I Gardens vetiUon farmed In to beautiful gladiolus ever pltducxl. /

Alli English service on second Sunday Nov. U. tS. 14 matoe three year ago now has Fle h to salmon pink color.

All Could*-The Ruv. Noah Peter- of each month at 3 p. m. and Ger- VICTOR McLAGLEN In myrtle growth. Rent S2 per acre Vigorous grower and well adapted -

3gL'on ion, pl tor. Sunday school at 10 ian service on fourth Sunday at per year, Other land entirely to Florida condition Bttrh-

a. m.) preaching at 11 a. m. and I p. m. 1 "Magnificent Brute"I:I cleared liD per acre. D. E. Allen eat quality bulb, large alas $2.23

7:30: p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at (:.30 p. m. METHODIST EPISCOPAL I! Miami, Phone 2-5897. per 100 medium size, $1.SO per
aervlce at 7:30 m. Wed Wednesday Only
- Prayer TOMATO OH POTATO land for 100 postpaid. Orders for shipment

nesday. Florida City Community Church Nov. SS rent at Could Fla. Preston II by express not prepaid a

-th* Rev. C. G. Nelson, pastor. RUTH CHATTERTON Lee. (0023)) large size $100 per 100, medium ter
CATHOLIC Church school at 10 a. m.; preaching In size $1.10 per hundred. No order

1 Church of the Sacred Heart at 7:30: p. m. Midweek prayer i FOR RENT-4-room house, two accepted for less than $2. Special

i E. Second avenue Homestead; and Bible study Wednesday at "A Lady of Secrets"Thurt | screened porches, running water price per 1000. J:. T. Draper.

the Rev. James Cloonan, pallor.I 7:30.; !I garage, fruit trees, for Boykln. V*. ,

Sunday man at 9 a. m.? week day Redland Churchthe .. Fri. Nov. M. 17 I couple. Apply W. W. Sever?,
Community -
mass at 7:45: daily. Sunday schoolS Rev. C. G. Nelson pastor "Back to Nature"Featuring Redd'i Dry Cleaners. FOUND

Sunday following 9 o'clock nun*. Church school at 10; presiding at FOR SALEFOR FOUND- Bunch of keys on King
, w Communion for women the tint 11. at 6 Mid'
'. Epworth League :M. HighwayInquire at Leader-
ASunday of month; for men and week and Bible THE JONES FAMILY
prayer study Enterprise office.
SALE New Fit Farmall
tlsocond Sunday of month.
1 Thursday at 7:30.METHODIST I I
4 Holy hour Thursday before first I, Saturday. NOT, M I tractor. Bargain. Ceo. W. Smith, MISCELLANEOUSPIANO ..

if Friday of month at 7:49: p. m. Maw EPISCOPAL, i ROBERT KENT, PAUL I Homestead. (pd 4)R. )

> tint Friday at 7:30: a. m. Bene- SOUTH TUNING saw repairing.
RED fRYERS-LIve or dres*
diction of the Blessed Sacrament KELLY In 'I ed. Free delivery in city. Phone Good used piano for sal ciieap.

11 after mass, I White Stone t.'bureb-Ho "King of the 535-M. McEwen Plant W. E. Koon 115 N. W. 3rd St.
I I I Poultry
stead; the Rev. A. A. Koeslllne

: CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH pastor. Sunday school at 0:30: a. Royall\lounted" I II 1 SALE Ford model A4 REAL } ST A :

i m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30: ton panel truck. Burrlchter T":1
Florid .City-Broadway and I I I REAL ESTATE Those
1 -
street. I p. m. Junior League at 2:30: p. South Allaoattah Gardeni. a
I Sixth Sunday school at I m., HI League nt 5T43: p. m.; Senior miles south of Goulds Canal i 1 to buy or sell
S:4J: a. IItor pupils under 20 yearsof LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE real estate will find uptodatelistings
League at 7 p. m. Prayer meeting \
age morning service at 11 I at 7:30: p. m. Wednesday. (pn M-d3) I I I In our office. Many of ,

o'clock. Wednesday evening ser or PPTITION FOR rutsDEALERS : FOR SALE Persian lime Per.rlne ..1 I these listing are still t /I t subnormal

: vices which Include testimonials Nov. tZ-Morning message: i TO WHOM IT MAY IONCKKN LICBN8R I lemon and !Improved Key price Wo shall\ appreciate ".1

of healing and experiences and remarks "Thankfulness" special music I I 1 1ulldtnlflMd Public nutlc. I. hereby given l tot the. lima trees; 1 year old bud on (-\1 either your inquiries: ot f fI

i on Christen Science 8 p. by choir under direction of wife of SARAH C W. Hmdrkk REBECCA, taMlMU HNDMCH. to-I year-old lemon root. $3900 per\ your listing, all of \\huh will l
*n> The public is cordially Invited Irving Lyon. Evening message: apply to one of the iwltm, at the Cimsi 100. H. K. Hanrikaen Per- have our best attention Now i*
I ..tte.4.No. .- --*-i muslo Cowl of the Elenata Jstlstal rusall of B. W '
special to buy.
"Traiedr" by the time
II !Florida. .1 Miami. Dado Qo IIII'. elorld rine. For directions Inquire any I ATm-
I young people' choir. fora ileels to manage. tab eliin *t .nil now associated with H.
.: .. M-Lemon -'Sermon ontrul her P_,. and hi 'bwolw a frl store. (p d 4)) N. W. lit St. In Citizens!
.< topic "Soul and Body," Silver Palm Community Churchthe dealer l in ...rr _pen. it 111** .'eliwkI ,, eron
I A. M., Nonmter IS, ,.... Mr U wo* FOR SALE Carton of six 2>4os. Bank BId,. Phone 72. I
1 Rev. IL G. Cowan pastor thereafter M 1 an be rwuil. I .
i i CHURCH Of CHRIST Sunday school every Sunday at 10 Doled at Mliml. Flortta, this .,.1 day Jan ot Florida tropi- WANTED
k ,of Octobn. A. D. IIMi cal ball(. Especially packed for SITUATION
iI t Homestead-First vanue and a. m.; preaching services on first I i SARAH REBECCA HENDRICK.Pstitios.h; i gift Price $140. MX*. Bertha ; -- ;: 1
third and fifth Sundays at 11 a. EXPERIENCED vegetable farmer
I I S.\ W. Fifth street! ; T. J. Hunton, \IraAMX. B. DOWUNOoHcHBr I R. Edward, Homestead, Rout
I us mnnidpr or
m. and 8 p. m. for P.tRteser.f : want position
.. lnlster. Bible study at 10 a. m.; ( et, P. 10 NOT. 6s.. t 0. IMt 1, Redland Rd. (n 20 tn I foreman Capable efficient, hard
9 91 .Communion fellowship and Princeton The Rev. H. O. Cow I ttc worker. Bert references Ad. I\

J preaching at 11 a. m.; preaching at an pastor; the Rev. L. G. Adam, I NOTICE Of APPLICATION rOE TAX 1 1I FOR SALE Chayote adot dree Box M3, Homestead.
I .
IFH ; Chinese spinach Be lb.
1.30 ;
') p. m. Prayer meeting Wed-
assistant pastor. Sunday achool at
4' nesd;y at 7:30: p. m.CHURCH j 10 a. m. and preaching at 11 every I 1C I .NOTICE P. H U T. MARTIN HERCBT koMan GIVEN aa that ass tree spinach 15e Ib; lemons 2Scdot. 1 (023-80)
.- of City of Hialeah T.. CartlfloitMINumbmd I .; okra market price; carlssa WANTED Part-timt-J Job l by
Sunday. Preaching at 7:30 m. -
,r OF GOD on first Sunday of month.IIIETIIOOIST. p. I of AnraM. t i. a O.and!,,S..km dated filed.the aid lit OcrI day- Jelly. Mr*. Goo W. Koatt 4 r., I business college pupil. Leola

I UII.... In my 011I... and .have mail ap-1 I II Plummer Dr. and Redland Rd. 6 S. W. Third St, Homestead -
I Hometed-606 N. W. First I I plication for ta> Mod to b* balled I Little
venue; J. H. Dodson minister. FREE on In aarordane. with law Bald Certill1 1 FOR SALE Isle of Vine grapefruit .
... Mibrao* the 1..11..1""bod
1 t unday school at 9:45 a. m.; Forlda City-Mrs. Ernest Warren ,Ipropwty, situated In the' County of I 79c a bushel; 2Sc a dozen. I NOTICE
,! preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.30: p.m., Sunday school I III.... of 'lor...... towillI DOdo'l Mrs. Eva Collins Biscayne drive 'LEGAL
pastor. I Lot T. Block I. Hialeah Ortolnal. ,
} Junlar Y. P. at 8:45: p. m. Prayer 10 a. m.; preaching 11 a. m. and, the City of H 1._, County of l>ado, I II and Federal Highway. (n6tt) NOTICE 0.. APPLICATION 2.OR TAE
.\ Meeting 7.30 stab of rhirlila, aa rtnbraord In Cit.t1fla. 1)5111IB.nsu :
p. m. Wednesday t m. junior meeting 8:30 m.; .. ataid I ,
-1 p. ; p. No. 4. The aiiam nt FOR SALE-Ripe oranges tan I will No 1111
t inder tin' aid Cortlfl. H..IIIIY. GIVEN tot
I ; CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Young Peoples' meeting 7:13.I rate W property..l wm. In the Mm of UN. I gerlne. grapefruit, fryers, eggs OAINCO NOTICE:IN".1. h..l.. ..t State and ("....t.
- I Prayer and class meeting 7:30: KNOWN.Lot Dr. Shanklin Grove, H milewest Tan Cnetlfiato. No 111101 weed the 1r4
i > I Homestead-The Rev. W. H. Thursday. 5. Block 1. Hialeah Orlilnal. Ill Any W At. A. D. IMI. .hue filed goat
iI the City of Hlaloah, County of Dado of Florida City. (o30-tf) la 0".... and k. Maoa appllttli for
> arker, pastor Sunday school at enthralled fa 0 .. tail tnrm. Raid
based 1
I But of Florida u deed lo ko
v\ 9::411 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. N.,. St-Rally Day and 1111.... No. .. The aaoMiMnt of aid 11 SPECIAL -Baby chick Reds, a Certificate o..bra.oi the followlnil *.
ii ." Sod Thanksgiving service at 11 a. property order the aid Ortlffcau ..PI...... property III the. County ..* ......
7 Rock Buffs .50 100.
p. m.; N. Y. P. S. and hoed was In the name *f UNKNOWN. per I .... of Ktortda .o..wI.'
i j Juniors meeting at ':30 p. m. m. Lot 9. Block I. Hlalak Ornrlnal. In Scherr Feed and Supply Store. Lot.T. Block '1. Coral Ocbba. IWK .
law City of Hialeah County of Dod. Plat Book; a. Pave ... hi the Ci.n>
Jhayer meeting Wednesday even- PENTECOSTAL State of Florida, aa MiibraoMl In Or.llflot I I I (o30 tf) I I. .. of rkirlda.ThTiuoM.M.I .
1n.7p.m. N* S. Th anaMl ,M ofate I ofId pnvarly .' .*.
j ; j Gialds-Rev. John H. Stroud, namty under she sod CrtMIMM SAIL BOAT $30; skiff $20; the aid artif/ate bawd wee la the name
U .._
." l Princeton-the Rev. C H. Con- d aa lb. at UN. 'I punt $10. Lew Howe, Miami 01 UNKNOWN.
paitor. Sunday achool at 0.43; KNOWN. C.... new. sertNdaa .hon be rvdMmv4adeardt.g
j .<;X (ion, pastor Sunday school' U5; preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. Unique saw drtlfhiataa hall. W r*. Springs, Fla. (po 23) to law, the p"4dweei"d
.... I I bidderN
devoted Moordlne U tax dod will tker.ie will be law M the kkkwe
I op. preaching at 10.4S: a.'m. and 7SO m.; Young people's meeting at 6.30: have forap aw UM Mad day of Pinaihr. and Broccoli Ma Ceowe.h-" done so she 4kw -
I t' 0. m.Junior meeting 6:30;young A. D. 1H4. I I TOMATO Pepper K the month of January. IMT. which
circle Tuesday day
rtfktwople. '*. meeting at-.:16. p. m.; prayer Data thai IWfe day of N_... IN*. plants. Simons eor. Silver Palm, to tin..k day of ......". 4SS*. .
t"I at 2:301: % m. Mid-week pray- M. BTLlATHKHMAN.Ckrk I Datad thai I'lh day of Mi.o.mor. 1t ....
'fV, fleeting Wednesday t.730_ ;; p. m. er service Thursday at 7.30 p. m. of CImM Court. .|! Dr. & Richard Rd. (* f U) B. LKATHraMAM..
1 Dad County, Florid. I II Clark of Cln.lt Cuurt.Dad .
I Ctrnlt, Court rUal.' | MANGO CHUTNEY So an ot. or,I Count. Florida
(No*. M. 'T. DM. 4. II. IS) 35o a pint. Jungle N. Co "r."Im'' D. C
bilL j Johq-s-S E. Second avenue CHURCH I IBomea&ea41tIome IN..... ... 271 ..... .. 1). 1'1
| FRYERS Live or dressed. Free I
street Homestead; the
avenue NOTICE

Wm.schedule C. Taylor Jr. pa.tor.// N. 16th street; the Rev. E. L. Nelson -I Let Us I i delivery McEwen In Poultry city. Phone Plant. S33-M. 'Purealat of the Ink to the Art ro.kikHM of less of, _BorltonM4 /loa tokonhy

I 1-nd : Holy Eucharist minister Bible school at 1 I given hy The Fleet Nathml Kant

t byres and aermon at I a. m.; 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. FOB SALE Guavas, Be Ilk, onlyin I of SUM M-:;rtortda.d. la that the the Hy liability of H.rw.tead tm..4

school at 9.49: a, m; Young [ and 3 p. m. Young people RejuvenateYour small quantities. Jungle tin bale. 'd Shallow of its ram.-.4
'. Service League at (.30 p. m.1 Redland. = br tin..,:. d 15-lion slat
7 Grove
: 1 f'lt ing at p. m. u. .. Reslead .1-.. at awend.d. sai
parsonage on Avocado drive. Car II 01 the Federal Vienne" Ad asam."dsd
, t Tuesday*: Holy Eucharist at 9 a. m.Fridays ; N... M-Moralng strmon I skull wow .w Jut Dimetem.J.

1 1i : Holy Eucharist at T a. m i "Lord Show II* the Father"; I II ROSE BUSHES by ender d tin. J.ward M.LSNDON d :
f i 'I inept first Friday of month when evesJag sermon: "Sladle la I Wood Work 40.4. M.e. :

; nrporate communion of Woman's I Genesis." I Body, Fender Repairs W year* offer budded select roses $4.04 quality per, dor.two I! FORGET'"LAXATIVES"USE

Tops and TrimmingSeat prepaid. Red Radiance, Pink I CROSS TABLETS
I Toner's Funeral Borne W. Maxwell SmithINSURANCE Covers Radiance, Columbia Pres H. .._..... _...."" .f..eNhe p.rbtolt.e1. .
: Hoover, Talisman, Luxembourg ... to me .r1.eiNM oat to sit-.. 9e.Mw..wg

I .4 DR. AMBULANCE SERVICE!: PaintingArt's K. A. Victoria. Caledonia ] dw M ooaotioatNM.to-eve llad. hand Car-Tabiwa no-ward

t Lady Attendant FIRE AITO. STORM AND LIF, Climbing Paul Scarlet, I UK way aad as tin MOO.IW.die.-1M. or-a.wa"-**

, Phone ....R Homestead re. Phone Mt-H Climbing Talisman I i M Impurities eat sot.notC--*SaEttduj j..".., rr"'.

<3 Onto la McCrory ArcadeLEADERENTERPRISE Paint Shop Lone Star Rose Bush Co. I Only tha. pooka Sta.write ago at yCr ..-uora Remedies.t... I.*race*' ..meNe. %

I Dtpt. H. Tyler Tex. Ja.kw.weeM. ".. .. main? of .Rod Creep
MS N. KROME "VLi J .....
Rod C.JhIII.M -
t Wfrrft t'Ada Par-Try Them J!l WANT UvO-htad.and Hod Croa Baa till -'_ aWia.a y
., AD9 PRINO, RESULTS. i 1 B>*t, Md a>u*. -I



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J1ge'l'velve.... THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday November 20,1936

Canada Dry's Assorted Flavors ARMOURS
BEVERAGES Tomato Juice

3 quart bottles ........ 25c 24 oz.cans,3 for......_ 25c
(plus bottle deposit)
Maxwell HouseCOFFEE
SOUTHERN LADY 0,00,00 aw
Salad Dressing
3201..jar ..u......... 25c Prices good thru Thanksgiving lb. ................... 27c

SUGAR, bulk 10 pounds only 48c

Gold Medal MILK (any brand) 3 tall cans Z2e 3 Diamonds Sliced

5 lb. pkg. .._.. 2ge OYSTERS (standard) qt. 5'c No.2 can...... 15eEXCELL
CAKE FLOUR Softasilkownor f :I pkg. Sic -
Red Pitted Soar
Soda Crackers CHARCOAL large bag .tOe CHERRIES

1 lb.pkg.' ...... 10c MEAL or GRITS, bulk 5 lbs :lge No. 2 can _____ 14e

PLANTATION FRUIT CAKE 21, cake $1 1 s lb. cake!, 2.50Octagon

Soap or Cranberry SaUCCOcean( Spray)can 18C ARGO
pkgs .... 13cBANANAS PUMPKIN STOKLEY'S NO.21/2 CANS 2 for 25c No. 2/ can .'.. 15c
BROWN SUGAR 4 Ib Fresh Prunes .
(bulk) s. 2Sc '
Golden Ripe No. 2/ Cans
31bs ...nnn 13c SWEET PICKLES 32 LADY OZ.JAR GRACE Z3e 2 for 25c

POTATOES, Extra Selected, 10 Ibs. 27c

ProdUCE Department MEal Department .

FRESH CRANBERRIES ..n..n.... 23c PORK SHOULDERS,Western,lb. .........24e

FANCY CELERY, large bunches, each....12c WISCONSIN DAISY CHEESE,lb. __.__... 25c

ICEBERG LETTUCE, 2 heads...__..... 15e PICNIC HAMS,Armour's Star,lb. ........26c
ONIONS 4e"ow s JOc: STEAKS Western lb. Z7c

IDAHO BAKING POTATOES,lb.__...__...5c FRYERS, (From Local Farms) lb. .'.....Me

1 SWEET POTATOES,5 lbs. .._..__....___.17c B.BACON.Armour's Star,our own slice,lb.37c

j YORK COOKING APPLES,5 lbs.---..--.-22c CHUCK ROAST Western,Ib. .on--...... 20c r.
Country Roll Butter ARMOUR'SCLOVERBLQOM 1b. 36c

We have on display
i Watch our windows for v a Turkeys Chickens Roasts; .

Additional Specials ( QpF at reasonable prices Be tare and
look them over before you,bur

AM. 7 N __.W..