The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00100
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: November 27, 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: UF00087294:00100
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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PLANTING Sinking Announced Convention for Sunday c OF C. DRIVE Miami Talks Beach to Pastor Local Lions COUNTY AGENT .

The Greater Miami Singing Convention Vocal solo by Miss Estelle Stith
TOMATOES will meet in the Homestead TOSTARTAT9TOMORROW a teacher: in Robert E. Lee Junior OFFICE HERE.
., Baptist Church Sunday afternoon High School Miami featured the
at 2.30 o'clock the Be\ entertainment program of the Red-,
C. N. Walker announces. land District Lion Club meeting
GLADE BEGINS This la an old fashioned singing Tuesday night in the Den on Silver NOT TO CLOSE a
meeting There will be choruses Palm drive The speaker of the I
led by several different song lead- evening was Dr. Ellsha A. King,
en. Special requests for solos or pastor of the Miami Beach: Community .
Croppers Are Week Aheadof duet can be- handed in to the dI- Three Men and Two Wo- Church, who described his, Field Offices in Goulds

Last Year When rectors men On Committee to experience he visited last In summer various while countries en-I I and Northern Miami

Land Was Wet body Everybody who comes invited will have and"every a load Get Members route to Oslo Norway to attend i] Said To Be Slated F..
the International
Sunday school
-v time, says Mr. Walker

FOURTHS PLANTED (ONE DEAD) HURT! BLINKERS AT CANAL presented This was by the Harley last of R.the Cora programs, program IOF AG. AFFAIRS
t chairman for November W.
1800 Acre Increase Over Estimates Asked on Welcoming H. Owen is program chairman for I All Cause for Anxiety Removed I
i Last Year Not to Hurt AS TRUCK MINIS Portal to December, I Is Under

; Prices h Belief standing Here
Planting of the heavy glad JITS I Appointment of County Commlakmer I.- .1
crop IIIf tomatoes, which will be A committee composed of three I J. Lamar Paxson of South .
marketed from mid-January to Negro Killed Instantly,, men and two women will start the 44.18VIN OVER Miami and Perrln as chairman *
r April; was twgun this weeky- annual membership drive of the :of agricultural affairs, with full I
I/fI bit earlier than last year when the Fogle and Vaughnin Redland District Chamber of 1 authority to act, and a tentative ..
glade land were too wet for cropper Hospital' Commerce at o'clock tomorrow plan for establishing two field offices ;
to begin operation before the morning, as a result of action tak- I of the county agent as well \
first week In December A truck without light and an en at the regular meeting of the I ns for retaining the Homestead ,
The pad County total for 1838- automobile traveling at high speed chamber Wednesday Bight VIce- Go to Lauderdale I office are understood to be the rear i
37 will be the usual planting of resulted in the Injuring of Arthur president Paul Reynolds la chairman Wednesday to Play suit of action taken by the Dad i
from 8,009 to 10.000 acres-nearer Fog 1*, son of Mr. and Mrs A. DFogl and member are O B. Par- Fast Quintet I County commission at its meeting ..
10000, County Agent Steffani believes *, of Naranja and Buck ker. W. P. Cash, Mrs. Elbert M. Tuesday
and Mrs. Don C Ferreyra. I In consideration of
Vaughn of Homestead the death Froecher Walton Nurseries used ten player assurance
Potato planting which has been William i that an arrangement satisfactory
of Rufus negro, and injury In an easy 44-U victory over
several week Is I membership drive, delayed to South Dade would be reached
In full blast for to three other negroes when The the Coca Cola sponsored University ,
now three-fourth don, Mr. StefI they collided one mil north of because of conflicting activities of of Miami basketball team in the man delegation planned for
fan said last night after a tour of I Princeton at 130: last night the .enerale1ectIon: campaign, will the local gym Wednesday night appearance before the commission 1
I the potato field in the South I The Fogl car traveling north I be short and intensive The committee This was the opening game of the Tuesday to protest closing: of the
I Allapattah Garden and Goulds it a fast clip pulled from behind has been Instructed to have Coast basket-: Homestead office, was called oft, f
Ijason *
forjh .East
Vff-Clade JUU&.J&tte.tdq.-ompaAilld : and tried to-pas* a car-driven bj,,iU report seedy' therneetlnt bk 1t 1ii 'ue. Cbum-Cons>i s9lbnnr{ Jt U: -1
i by hi* new assistant agent J. L.Edwards. Louis Saute of South Miami, and of Dec. 9, the first of the winter Next Wednesday the fast Wal-1 Cook of Homestead said Wednesday i
struck the Williams' semi-monthly meetings resumed that the new details of
lightless i
I tonites go to Fort Lauderdale to I II Pi-:
"Some early field have already i truck. by vote of the members presentat play the Jeffrey Realty team which which are left for Paxson to
germinated and the young vines The truck was scattered about the meeting Wednesday niglit won over Dunn Bus Wednesday I{I' work out, would entail the designating -
Steffanl said "The with Dec. 9. meetings of a place In Goulds anda
look good.. the landscape like matchwood and Beginning I night, 4626.On the Lauderdale
r prospect are that this early stuff the Fogle car which came to a of the chamber of commerce will team la Les McNeece former Fort place in northern Miami when
will be on the market early in stop 13! feet north of the point 6f be held on the second and fourth Lauderdale High School playerwho I the county agent or his assistant
January" Impact, was completely wrecked. I Wednesdays of each month. I mad the trip to Berlin with would have office hour for specified -
Th potato planting this year Souls stopped and took Fogle Following announcement thai I the American amateur baseball day In the week.
4 will bit (000 acres in Dade County, and Vaughn, both unconscious, County Commissioner J. Lamar I team to compete in the Olympic Mr. Cook said definitely that
as compared with the 4,200 acres to the Dade County hospital at Paxson had been appointed chair, McNeece scored 2 point In the any cause for anxiety over the
planted last year, most of which Kendall when they had regained man of agricultural affairs by the game with Dunn Bus.Barrow Homestead office had been removed -
were drowned out with the tomato consciousness early this morning,'I county commission, the meeting: Forsyth and McCormick by the understanding reached
crop and all other glade truckingIn but the ettent of their injurieswas ,I I Wednesday night voted to have the I hit the baskets for five goals each at the commission meeting
< February, before the harvest as yet undeterminedThe county ageril office committee for Walton In an exhibition of fast I Tuesday, but he would rather that
Asked if this Increased with Instructions to carter I further details be
t II peak arrived- negro was killed outright* I f continued offense and good defense any obtained
;; acreage meant flooding Sauls said therewas..no sign ot.I with Mr. Paxson The same I It may be said of the Miami from the new agricultural chairman -
the market at harvest time with liquor about the Fogl cdr or on committee was continued with I team however, that It had not Mr. Paxson Mr. Paxson has
resulting demoralized prices, the the boys, but a half-pint bottle of; Thos E. Kirby as chairman and 1 handled a basketball since the I not yet been reached for an in-
county agent said he did not think "moonshine," evidently belonging I I W. P. Cash Ernest P. Roberta andO Golden Ball tournament last terview. '
the additional planting would seriously to: the negroes was picked up near .B. Parker members II spring.Dunn. I Announcement of the action taken -
hurt the market, as this the remains of the truck I Effort to have blinker beacons was the outstanding Coca- by the commissioners was mad
section. i* practically the only area placed at the entrance of the five, (Continued on Page Ten) at the meeting of the Rotary Club
in the country with Red Bliss potatoes Redland District canals that empty Wednesday by President J. R.
'to market at that time of th* BRIDGE BURNING ;Iin Biscayne Bay will be made by I Brook and at the meeting of the
i year f: a committee headed by Preston B CO-OP PREPARES' Redland District Chamber of Commerce
"Th grower and shippers have TAKES PARKS TO Bird who will select two membersof I ; Wednesday night by the
been busy developing aw markets the chamber to serve with him.I president of that organization,
and, moreover, they have ': The five canal: to be lighted so FORAPPROACIIOFCANMNGSEASON I Ben Archer. These two erganllatons. -
learned how to keep tram crowding KEY WEST 3 DAYS that fishing and boating parties re- in company with the Red
the marketed said )&. Stef after nightfall may find land District Lions Club mad im-
:I fani. "Several of the biggest : respective canals without 1 mediate protest when announcement *
shippers haw erected steep 70 Feet of Charred Decking hour of searching and danger of was made early last week
sheds and are Installing specie running aground, are: Florida City I New Directors Elected that County Agent Steffaal had
drying machinery in preparation Shows Kerosene canal Homestead canal Mowry been to remove all the
1 tor temporarily keeping a aced Was UsedThe street canal, Campbell street canal Tuesday to Meet and I rdaord and equipment of the
t portion ot their crop oft the market :and Goulds canal Make Plans Homestead office to the court house
t if necessary for a more even attempted burning of one Several Redland District organization :office: In Miami.
distribution" of the Oversea Highway bridgesnear endorsed the Idea of lights Tho E. Kirby was elected president -
I r While the Red Bits new potato Key West early last week resulted -I for the canals early this year and of the Bedlam District Cooperative I County Group Attend
t can not be stored indefinitely like In the assignment of King I the Kedland District Improvement Association at its annual Young People's MeetingOver
r the common variety of "Old"l'Jta-j'I W. Parks highway patrolman I I Association went so far a* to draw meeting held in the office of the I -
J to, under proper atmospheric conditions stationed her for State Road 4-A I up resolution and mark maps to co-op canning. plant In Homestead one hundred fifty young
, { it can be kept from 30 to duty, to the Island city from Wed-i I be sent to Congressman Wilcox.I Tuesday night Fred Fuchs was I people from Dad County attended
!', 60 days, the county agent ealsl nesday until' Saturday in an effort lit 1*' understood that these will elected vice-president Leo. E. the Royal Palm Young People'
Asa rule South Dad potatoes to learn the Identity of the be mailed this week. Th actionof Bishop secretary and Chas. d i Union meetlnb at the Homestead
(o en the market about Feb I, and would-b\ incendlarist the chamber of commerce I Ia to I Turner treasurer. I Methodist Church annex on Nov.
-'I ill are out of the way when the other I Mr. Parks, who returned Saturday supplement and add weight to Director other than the officers II Sellers Glade won the attendance .
big Florida area, Hastings, come to Homestead, said that any action already taken by those I arc E.: C. Chronlater, Tom Beard cup.
on the market the first of Aprils I kerosene had been poured on the organization Th lighthouse' B. R. Swilley E. A. Ennl and L I Th seat were arranged In a
, with it* Spauldinc Role potato bridge and a tire aet to it for a service a* well a* Florida national D. Clapp. wood setting around an improvised *
f length of about Tt feet, but the representative and senators I Four new members were addedto : I camp fire In a forest of pine
'i THI WtATHEBOOfal : : I fire had only succeeded in charring : will b* contacted. the roster: Gordon Ivey, O. It. trees and palm
-1 WMIIOT mnrt''UlUtkHi ........... the decking He and the Artist sketches! of an archwayover I Sullivan James McCready and Mill Helen Field, president of
&.__. HWMM*. f'arhte. I Monroe County and Key West anhoritie I,, the road and another of I Adam Enni the Homestead league was la
If Date, IMax Mini Bar ...eNov. were unable to uncover gate posts both drawn by Jos-' The new board of director: will charge of the program which consisted -
If 2a w I U 82 170.14It any clues: however I I Dumond chairman of a committee! meet within few day and make of a talk by Leo L. Poysef
" Nov. 21 I 80 8Z ) Another highway patrolman, appointed to make suggestions tor plan for the operation! of the canning and a'devotional by Miss Rush
} J Nov. 22 I fa I 48 I assigned permanently to Monroe:i. welcoming portal to Homestead! plant this winter It did Tower.
i. Nov. 23 If. I fa 130.181 County, arrived to take over the,I were considered The committee' not operate last season a* the At the close of the program a
Nov. 24 II work before )'Ir. Parka left. 1 was thanked for its competentw crop were drowned out before any wedding gift was given to Mr sod
Nay 25 I 82 I 12 30-1.1 Highway traffic Into Key West,l and requested to get eitimatet vegetable were available canning Mr*. Gordon King who haw txvj
\ I Nov. 2. .t I 5.f ; (Continued on Page Six) I on the gate post tugfestlort.! active workers In- till league

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.-. Friday, November 27,1931)EXPRESS (

i large collection of Florida native Young Peoples' Union
FIRM'S :> Furniture Made from Florida Mahogany hard woods.-some 60, varieties in I

I all. and largely found in the lower To Meet Sunday Night

GROWTH\ TOLD BY A. It Andrew In the American hagonl (native of South Florida I East Coast hammocks. These I ,
I Eagle.Coesperatively and West Indies Mwletenta; macro- i hammocks have an Infinitely .larger The Rfd"-I.trlct; Young
few people are Phyllis (Honduras and Central variety of hard wood trees than People' Union will hold its second
MIAMI MANAGER aware that mahogany (a strictly America), swtctenla humtli (Pe- are found on the lower Test Coast, general meeting In the First Presbyterian -
tropical! hard wood tree) I is nativeto ru), and khaya worensis from many of them native also of the. ; Church In Homestead
the coastal hammocks of extreme Africa Two other hard woods West Indies The reason given Sunday night at 8:SO p. m. The
Talkie of Paris Scenes I South Florida where It is closely resembling mahogany are for this, which seems quite plaus- Christian Endeavor Society of that '
Shown at Meeting Mind in considerable quantitie sometimes substituted In the furniture ible, .Is that seeds of many West church will present the program.

One reason that this I* not more trade but arc not so recognized Indian trees during storm periods The young people's groups of all "
of R. D. L A.
have been driven by wind and
by expert Redland District
generally known Is that the tree the churches of the -
.has been hiding for generations Mr. Rice' home 1 is completely wave until they washed ashore and are Invited and a special Invitation -
The growth of the American Express under the misleading name of "ma furnished with furniture that he took root in lower Florida. The Is issued to young people I
lower East Coast being the ,
Company from a three-man deira" by which It .is commonly has personally made from Florida I nearest who do not belong to any group
mainland to the westward of these
package express agency when .It known to the natives of this section hard woods,-chiefly; mahogany Islands, The program will be as follows: t
naturally caught and
was established (S ;years ago *;9 That madeira la I true Many specimens he showed me, all retained call to worship, Donald Cross;
the bulk of this drift and
the world-wide shipping and travel I mahogany Is testified by no Jell as beautifully designed and made I so became richly forested with,I come, Miss Eleanote wel'f: 'f
organization It .la today was traced an authority than Dr. John C. a* any that you will find in the a song service; litany pf
of West
: variety Indian
briefly at the meeting of the Red- Gifford, professor of forestry in high priced furniture stores,- ; vegetation Donald Cross and audience; dlscusilon -
l md. District Improvement Assort Miami University, who cites the chairs, tables, chests, beds dressers One of the most peculiar and "Personal Enemies of a
nlon Monday; night by; John F.I fact that many years ago I specimen commodes, sideboards,-none showy woods that I saw was crab- Christian," Miss Holferty Miss
ilkenburg, manager of the Miami of this wood from Key Largo of veneered wood, but all of solid wood, being a sort of creamy white Elisabeth Bush, E. J. Graham and
district of the American Express- took tint prize over specimens of Florida mahogany Here and there In color, with odd streaks of black Landon Hlckson; offertory, Mrs
Mr Falkenburg was the ".ur- mahogany exhibited from all other a piece was Inlaid with paneling showing here and there, and when I Willard FUleld, announcementsand
countries I of other hard woods the worked up into furniture has
pi "f' speaker, a man who served rare a I benediction.
on both tides during the World I recall that on several occasions, workmanship being of the highest very odd and striking appearance. I
War promised by W. W. Johnston when working in our community order. One of the novelties teen From a nearby shelf Mr. Rice adjoining room.*on inquiring
president of the Improvement Association sawmill on lower Estero Island wa a chest made of black mangrove pulled a sheet of thin veneering of this material was furnished by
but Mr. Falkenburg In many yean, ago, the late Capt. W. which, because of Its Inter- a deep purple color which he assured school I was informed that it
his talk made no reference to this. I D. Collier of Marco brought in a locked and twisted grain, I 11 exceedingly me was from a tree nativeto (Continued on Page'Three)
fact In. conversation with re- schooner toad' of madeira logs difficult to work. Venezuela ID South America.A I

portert after the meeting, how- which we sawed, up Into lumber In the garage I was shown large large cumber of mahogany LEADER-ENTERPRISE WANT
ever, he confirmed this descriptionof I for him. Many of the logs were quantities of thick mahogany planks were observed seasoning ADS BRING RESULTS
himself crooked and were cut Into "natural planks, while In the rear are native
"11m I native of Alsace-Lor- I knees," these being the strongest mahogany logs piled high lot seasoning -
Maine, and when the war broke out Umbers available for boat framing the ends thickly paintedto STUDY HT HOME
I was I boy of 16 attending school| and practically immune to de- avoid season checking. This mahogany BUSINESS Earn *jm a year or mere' We coach you step b*
Belgium," he said. "Like all' cay. is obtained largely from by .te. Cast rrMOBibl. Cull or term write .t
other student, I rushed to I Ienlist Some month ago, through an Key Largo and other of the Florida OR once for attractive proposition and fall particulars:
Authorized to Issue decrees upon froduaUon
article in the American
ForestryMagailne Key
In the Belgian
army. D Pt. E, Southern Business and Law University,
Some time afterward I was I learned that wonderful From Mr. Rice's home we wandered LAW Miami I, Florida.RAM .
captured by the Germans, and solid mahogany furniture from to the nearby high school
when they found I had been born native timber was being turned The manual training school Is an
on \what they considered German out by Mr. C. Hugh Rice, head of I entirely separate structure situated I I
territory, I was inducted into the the manual training department In the rear of the main buildIng -
German army." I of the high school at Homestead The main room comprises]I ,

Mr Falkenburg .is receiving a I Florida, and determined to looki I big well lighted workshop with lAYi
i him up at the earliest opportunityand twenty-eight benches for studentuse
p"'n'Ion from the Belgian gov- i
ei i mm nt and has several decora- obtain first hand information all equipped with vise, ham-: -
t,,?11, from the German government | on this interesting subject mer, taw and other hand tools- In I t. RE1ULATUR I f: N
the latest of which was received i When In Miami on Saturday of the far end I I. an assortment of'
| last week. I made side '
onlv recently In reply to a trip to woodworking machinery includ-
Homestead and found Mr. Rice at .ing, band-saw Jig-saw, circular
i question he said that each government -I 4
knew Of the honors con- his. home but two blocks from the saw, lathe and Jointer, a* well as
fel red on him by the other I high school With their car and an emory wheel for sharpening/
I trailer hey ,red hit family had Just tools.. !
Mr. Fatkenburg came to hit Miami -
i returned from : trip to Chicago There are 110 boys In the man
post after having served at
and tome of '. more weiternstates ual training department, this large \
\ jrioua time a* head of American
covering In all I distanceof number being handled in several .
Express branches France Italy, more than 7000 miles On learning .s ,
shifts during school hours, becauseof
Cuba and other countries that I had come specially to the limited space and bench'I
He brought with him to the Improvement sea and talk with him concerning'I equipment Those who desire
Association meeting a i i his. hobby of woodcraft he Immediately may take the manual training ORE
talking moving picture showing wormed to the subject I course throughout their entire four I
r and describing point of interestIn and began by exhibiting many ;years in high school Many become THE METER ECONOMY
the city of Paris, which was samples of polished mahogany and expertly proficient in the woodworking -
shown to the audlenct. Another other hard woods, of which he had craft and In the homes of! LIMITED_ CURRENT
film of sugar making Cuba was several well filled chests at hand some of them may be seen excellent -I i I
also shown. The projection machine I learned that there are but four hard wood furniture of their TWO
and an operator were furn- generally recognized species of own making W I

ished by Mr. Falkenburg't office. mahogany known to the hard wood In an adjoining room on a wall THE FOOD PRESERVING;
I trade, these being: swlentenla ma- panel was shown an unbelievably -" "a

Stiff Fine for Carrier I witareA ECONOMY OF I

Of Concealed Weapon 1i UNLIMITED COLD 1

........... i '
I be the victim of
Charged with Don't a"penny
carrying I concealed -
; deadly weapon, M. K Stewart r wise and pound foolish" argu.
negro arrested by Chief of ment about refrigerator econ
Police Homer Sullivan and Patrolman Dick Bird Says ., omy. The first job a refrigerator !
Wm. H. Sykes; in the ha to do It preserve food la I
Homestead colored quarters, was all \kind of weather. It bat to

sentenced to pay $30 or spend 20 THE 0' maintain constantly low tem. I

days In Jail by Acting Mayor Tom MOLUTOH t:aeure.codothiaomatttt J
J. Harris in municipal court Mon- COMPRESSOR many time you open the j

day night "WE ALL:HAVE SOMETHING TO BE ...._""slve Nut **UMkfcfec food compartment door. }"
R. H. (Rabbit) Hughley, negro, *.*I.'., asi h. I slowly Meter economy: ttont I* dangerous
who killed Charlie McCloud. another oaring t ffltYt seas oXeto. if it mean the sacrifice
:. : .
FOR.I tess..dJtAeof' that
negro, during baseball 1 J .e.. surplus power assure
. .= .I-1wtA cold
I II + as. adequate refrigeration
in the last "
game quarter August, II
was sentenced to $10 I Mr****.M W fcfeM that keeps* the food oa every

11 days in jail on a pay disorderly or serve con- I I "I AM, BECAUSE WE MISSED THE HURRICANES ;-; .u.-IrMt.........-t shelf at the proper, safe fern- w

duct cherie He was arrestedby peraturfe u
Sykes. Norge give both kind
Amos Westberry, arrested by! I THIS YEAR, AND BECAUSE THE 1 1I CHOOSE NORQE-FOR THUS of "economy: with you unmatched w.

Traffic Patrolman Bowling O. Dye ADVANCED FEATURES dependability. See the Norge ,

was. sentenced to pay $3 or serve I 1937 CHEVROLET IS SUCH A FINE CAR." Combination Bottle md Dairy today and ask your dealer about
six days in jail on a charge of \ Basket tests that prove Norge can be
speeding and reckless driving AdJllt.blelhlf! Closely depended on the year around i
Ernest Bemecker, aim arrested by for the two kind of
D. economy
Dye forfeited I $3: bond on the COME IN AND SEE IT AND ASK'FORA Spiced: Shelf uera. Press Action that protect both your purse ij I
LaiiUtch Hydrovetr Acid-
tame charge and your health.
Three negroes Clifford Gainer I DEMONSTRATION. RwWinj Porcelain Lining with j

Mo e Cordon and Emory Williams All l Cornea Rounded Completely NORGEMS j
all arrested by Sykes, were each i Staled let Compartment .
sentenced to pay $3 or serve six I Almost Everlasting Rollttor
days In jail on disorderly conduct I, ai ti R.tos./ ) /.u'l:.....
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gins:'tatary ivsnvixcE Fabler AND Bird Chevrolet Co. I' FORMERLY HOMESTEAD NORCE SHOP i

BTXDKEJI uraa: .
Mrs. Tracy ChiMers, Prop. .. '
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November 27, 1936 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pare Three .J.
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Furniture Made from Florida I DIXIE OFFERS 18 may be placed to the credit of any
VARSITY TAKES MahoganyContinued i I contestant and the contestantswith '
I' the highest number of votes

II. H. S. ALUMNI ( Front Page Two) during which time he studied and PRIZES IN VOTE I of on value ChrMmifl In Mw Day order will win of I priMt their I '

was purchased by Mr Rice with took a degree tn engineering I

FOR 24-13 RIDE hill personal fund As a means Being possessed again with the CONTESTNOWON\ I Uncling f;ti I I fG

of enumerating himself for this desire to teach, he applied for reinstatement \' .
outlay he stated that he makes mahogany in the high school, but ,I ,
.fi Homestead Tf m Goes to furniture to order We was told that there was no position Drug Store's Yearly Popularity j .

. Redland Hi Next visited ftI'8lloeal homes where open except that of Instructor In Race to End .1"

I Friday NightThe were seen fine specimens of his the manual training school, which Christmas Day ( PALM ,a aI i
handiwork which he had made at he accepted, being now In the '
1938-87 edition of the Homestead exceptionally reasonably prices. thirteenth :year of his connection Eighteen prltes--nine for boys j| ( .,' "
I High School basketball team Mr. Rice Is a native of Alabamaand I with the Homestead High School and nine for girl*-will be linn
took the Homestead Alumni team came to South Florida many Mr. Rice Is doing a splendid way Christina morning to the .t.
into camp Tuesday night, 24-IS years ago When aiked how he I work not only Instructing boys to winners of the Dixie Drug's annual .0
. 1 after trailing until Just before the happened to get Into the furniture I become useful citizens and expert popularity contest, which i
third quarter ended. : making business he replied that craftsmen, but he is showing the started November 22 and lasts until -
The Growers led by Captain woodcraft was a hobby with him possibilities In utilization of our 10 a m Christmas morning, '''L. j
Earl Smith who was elected! just and that as far back as he could native hard woods which are prac- says Howard Johnson _pr0prie-
before the game. showed! flashesof remember he was always tinkeringwith tically unknown to a majority of tor with Jack. Polk of the Dixie General t
brilliancy in the offense and In tools Shortly otter comingto Florida residents If you are Drug : 1
the defensive work. There wasa Homestead he obtained a position interested In woodcraft and would The prizes consist of bicycles. I ,
tendency toward wild shooting as science teacher in the high enjoy a pleasurable and Instructive trains, dolls, erector sets, football Public Utilities
which will Iron itself out in future school He finally tired of this, afternoon just call on C. Hugh outfits, automobiles, microscope f'
1 games I I I, resigned and took a position as Rice at Homestead and you will go sets, laundry seta and other (
i i The team Is small but fast and I foreman of a local Ice plant which II away feeling well repaid for the things of value to boys and ,Irll. .otead Phone 013-M
he operated for a year or more trip- Votes, given with each purchase ,
should outlast come of Its larger -- --- .
opponents i tit
Tuesday the team will play
Danla at Danla and next Friday I
{ the age-old rivalry between Homestead
I and Redland high schools 1
I will be renewed on the Redland

j court
Alumni (18) f* ft pf
DeUlnger, f .__._. 8 0 0
. Clonlnger, f .-.:... '" I 3 I f
Campbell, c ....__ on I 0 0 aQu
Malison g ._ ..... 0 0 2 '
Rohrer, g .._ _. .. 0 0 3 srioN Nq RE ,
Sullivan, e. ---. 0 0 0
i rzu. C0nlPared

8 < I dial have d a valoune ., ;

H. H. S. (24) fg ft pf you get,
Caves, t _. 0 0 0 ),
j Bishop, f _. 0 0 0MeMlchaeL ., ti!
f ... 1 1 0 quicker
McDaniel, f ... I 0 I 0 Itdrtjng? 87 %
Little, e ..... 1 0 0 ((2) foster V1S
Smith, gMalcolm ._. II 0 1 Pickupp
g .. 0 0 2 t F $Q
Sullivan, e __.. 2 1 0 a 3 fa) fnore ref
! power
.. 11 I 3trow n hills, 72 I
at end of first quartet YES
;i Alumni, 8; H. H. S. 8; at the half, era/
r Alumni 12; H. H. S.. 11; at the end Pewo n
1 of the third quarter: Alumni 14, onc e? 9.5 %
10 It H. S., 18.l YES I

l For results use Leader.

Enterprise Classified Ads i

- 1214 motorists in 14 cities tested a "mystery" I

All You Want f

1 to Eat I I gasoline. 95 % of them proved that it gave better i

! family 50cOur style meals are performance than the gasoline they had been using. I

served with home folks especially

In mind. This Blue Sunoco.
I Mystery gas"was j jI.
1'08 serve yourself from

heaped up platters of meat anda I
generous variety el vegetables, I W SA'fBOLt a C" Tn"*Ac ftttlmi tJvrttmt. .fttt iitllmJ from their tanks sod replaced with tea
cooked good old southern style. I.1'fTt1POK O4 P.trolen+a eclimt!-{.what Blue Sunoco brings you gallons of this "III,..", ..IOH.... Then
Dessert and Iced tea or coffee 'I A roagaia d l..thorl1 nUe4 la the moil complete, the moll daring MM they went out to MM It. Later, they were
cost nothing extra le 10 certify otai we is :u.a a 101 ever devised. for say gitolinet asked fortheir honeu,candid opinion a.Here
This aI the dr1UD' lalllplC" are the Kgure The statements of those motoriui -
Chicken Dinner $1.00 the (fig s, .,,4.-led them HOW THIS TEST WAS MADE who were already using Blue Sunoco
)Doss .....sea ....Ia.'y.se. have been omitted from the compilations
.. 1 of
proof labor'torY We employed I ) the services the ROM
SEMINOLE HOTEL r.tb.r out this Q.\1II. was rlQulll federal Research Corp.-in entirely Independent BLUE SUNOCO WINS AGAINST 54
sve p thai r.11A ..e.7 r he!.finding organization Unknown OTHER LEADING BRANDS OF
sins\ Su oco co1oriDQ. which was ..e"IO our own employees, this or"
DINING 'ROOfi J; except IaI the blue tlie.tl.olI by motorlall sanitation MM Its men out into the high' GASOLINE
omitte to .1014 ""=.. Coloring. bb dev t. waft and byways of fourteen cititt-large In hit remarkable test. Blue Sunoco was
lies Ole Joiner, Proprietor takIA9 put IA the the ptlem.oce and .mall-from Massachusetts to Virginia compared with 54 other makes of gasoline
does tent aHect and weitward.WE -eicra.priced, regular-priced, cut priced.
gasow, IA any way- The I 1214 motorists who took part la the
LEFT THE BLUE OUT Of KM dido know which gasoline they were
ROSS rtDE1\AJ, BLUE testing-don't| know even yet, until they
Let Us LiC s 110)I SUl'iOCO. read this report.
IDMt COIlP01\ATtotC This wit to prevent identification. Other
knows OCQplaatlOB wise, this gasoline. was regular Due Sunoco
RejuvenateYour A national dg.90ine lvas and the certificate to the left, made by sn Till SUPERIORITY! OF BLUE
W.w\m.-4 the 041109 the_ dr1UD' to Independent. letting laboratory, prove* U.VTI1O SUNOCO IN ALL-AROUND PERFORMANCE
Car at the r.1I.-rf p4.. t..w.a ctn 0: !. THIS, BEYOND QUESTION
__ :,: broke the ssals, sad we.u TOOK PART IN THIS TEST RANKS IT AS AMERICA'S OUTSTAND.
Wood Work
s. S vprod"W1' More than twelve hundred rl.INO MOTOR FUEL AT ANY PRICE.Friday .
Body, Fender Repairs tl.if\114 bine81ue. .-ell allb- people like yourself; workmen .
Tops and Trimming; W bid ==:;;nova the 9" 1s their and elerki.housewives e
y5tJIi' -
dyes lint and doctors, basinets eetanks *
Seat Cover lIPInt.tl.YDI L caw at6heir ecutlvei sad others, were
Later. nor ud seked this "myued'too"
Painting .w I the to try
N....._ W. aI tug gelatins.Taey .
-- CI8fI\I1 to the came from all walks
Art's Paint PC%_"a this e4 of life, In all stakes of sus.l .
Shop .
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Published,. Fla., by Friday the South at Hom..Ie" Dade*- I AT CANAL CAMP ::

Publishing Co. i

BIN ARCHER ._... Editor !i
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Entered a* second clan null : la. No. 26-Because of
matter Mareh .. Itlt, .l the poet heavier duties of law enforcement
office at U......... Florida, under department in the state during -
the ad .f Much I, 1171.SUB. ; the winter months, a central ,
committee of public safety leaden *
MICK. I1.W A TEAaJacksonville's meeting Sunday at the University .
School of adult education '
at Camp Roosevelt set date from
Light and May I to 29 for the short courts /,.,
Water Plant for peace officer of Florida and. '

Jacksonville's municipally owned This Southeastern short course states.will be the 'fll'fll'the 1
I electric light and power plant MeA first of Its kind in Florid and will
Is Mid to be one of the belt of Itt cover all phase of law enforcement
class:, In the entire country. This ':1r 1filJ The curriculum will Include
I plant supplies electric light and w' study of modern method of
power for a city of 150,000 population 01'NOILYMVOD investigation and enforcement
II well M Atlantic Neptune MS INf gISTINCTONO with the object of producing more 'j
and Jacksonville Beaches andnumerous HAYING TfM / 110 ORE efficient police officer, and will
county communitiesDue .I woeto sf m eecocosSM&rfOZXTD have the additional purpose ot
to Its efficient management
training elected men from various ,
and WAN MY Ofllr .IUV ,
direction the Jacksonville
f city departments a* Instructors for .
plant charge power rte ai low /N AMSglCA't:, I their local police force Nationally ,
a. three cent per kilowatt to I known expert will form .
mall consumed; ranging down to i .
the faculty for the month' training -
less than one cent per kilowatt for I course.From .
the largest consumers.In 7JlG M.oD.YPtlIILICIO'J the central committee 1

spite of them low rate a ) which met here today will be
large sum of money representing t M 7V /fMD4f GGQMf, -, drawn chairmen to head other ,
lilt net profit earned by this plantIs .> MTZoa/aA- .; committee working on special Y
annually turned back Into the -
phases of the program. Major B.
Jacksonville city treasury to be j X ''C. Riley, dean of the general extension
applied on general municipal operating I zY division, and W. K. Mitchell
expenses and, of course, secretary of short courses,
deducted from the taxpayers' bill will represent the University of
This plant it under the direct Florida. W. H. Roblnton, superintendent
charge of Commissioner of Utilities of the bureau of Identification -
Ernest E. Anders, who take Of the Gainesville police
'"'\t pride not only U department, will be general chairman
low rates, but in keeping t'tIar'ln'l
of the committee.
cllltles, _n.__ .__ ... -
in thoroughly
a Member of the central committee
condition and giving the city's which met Sunday included '.'
trons the best of service. Mr. pa-I Meow year since 1911, ODI3 A. PORTER, famous speed kings he ha* timer are Car Wood Andrew J. KavanauKh director ot
4m also has charge of the large famous professional race timer of Hollywood, FIa., and Kay Don, World record apeed boat racer public safety, of Miami; Joseph
municipally! owned waterworks lull officiated at the Indianapolis apee4_,. He Arthur Brisbane called the attention of the M. Braruky, U. S. narcotic bureau
plant in Jacksonville ai welt as I II recognised as official timer of all major speed nation, through his widely published article, t* of Jacksonville; Ouy C. Roeve U.
the extensive Municipal dock and I events sad clocked Sir Malcolm Campbell as the the enormous SWEET POTATO grown Mar S. marshal of Jacksonville; Dr.
bas made an enviable reputation British C. B. Pollard, consultant on scientific
speed doa smashed three world records demons, Florida. Toll potato well deterred the
fur efficiency and economy In the In two minute at Daytona Beach. In addition to publicity it received, a* it was Indeed a giant of detection and professor of
handling of these public propertlel ,I timing automobile races, Porter Iwo officiated at Its kind. It reached a length of 1C inches and chemistry at the University of
In lail the far-sighted citizens all Schneider seaplane trial that hare bean held was between seven and eight inches In elrcuraf Florida: and R. B. Nathan, special
and official Jacksonville, with la America At Norfolk he timed Major BerMrdl once. The hug proportion attained by this potato agent In charge, federal bureau
realization of the coming Importnaic who took the cup to Italy by obtaining a i II ample evidence of tbi wonderful possibilities of investigation, of Jacksonville
of the electric Industry deeioVd. speed of in ones per how. He timed all the of Florida's Taxied ante fertile MIL who personally represented J.
to eitabllah a Edgar Hoover, director of the
municipally Pvtttawr races from 1921 to 1826. Among other
owned and operated --- Federal Bureau of Investigation,
--- -
A bond issue of $73,000 was U. S. department of Justice. Meet-
and the plant was built approved on rates paid since the plant was establithed .:,, Palm Lodge Show Place of HomesteadFrom Ing with the committee were
comparing Jacksonville r .J
J the property at First and Main I Lieutenant James O. Barker. superintendent
Streets, In spite of the legal difficulties rate with those charged In citiesof of the bureau of Identification
presented by the private similar size where the electric : ( the American Eagle) i Sea Island Fair" with specimens of the Miami police department
company then supplying electricity plant Is privately owned. No tourist or Florida resident I obtained mamlKfrom Palm Lodge Edward Porter, Jr. state
In Jacksonville The When we add this $20,000,000 traffic Inspector, of Ocala; Dr. Edward .f'
municipal who I Ie interested In tropical plant! Ho had jut hipped another consignment -
rate laving to the .
plant was placed In operation In the $14,371,423 which J. Ireland, of the department
fall of 1893 the planj has turned over to the can consider his visit to the little to parties In Birmingham of pharmecognosy of the University

As the demand tor electricity increased general fund through 1930 town of Homestead complete unless Ala. wile were putting on and A. J. Kavanaugh, Jr, of ,
more units were added find that the citizen of he has seen Palm Lodge, where a centennial exhibit there. I' Miami.
to the plant part of these being ville have greatly llCklOn.1 my old friend H. W. Johnston From Mr. Johnston t obtained Speaking of the need tot such .
purchased with earning and through ownership of has gathered together what is undoubtedly ,I several young tree of the star apple a training course In Florida, Director -
bond issue In 1BOB, the plant party tric plant, and they have the assurance the lamest collection of (Chrysophyllum calnlto) II Kavanaugh Indicated the ,
superintendent recommended that that their benefits will tropical fruiting and flowering I tropical fruit that seems unusuallyrare I Importance of uniformity In pub ,
the plant be moved to a site accetsible continue through the years to plantsr-and those of economic I in South Florida, and for lic safety methods, and treated '. j
to both rail and water. come. value,-of any to be found In flor- which a search bad been under way the value of co-operation, rather '''T
so that fuel oil might be used, at Were we to base the value of the ida. At all events it Is the largest for some time.I I than law, in securing such uniformity \
a much. lower cost than' the coal plant on the Income earned, it collection of mature and productive was especially Interested to on a nation-wide sole. '
which had. keen used up to that would be considered a* being plant and whenever any exhibitof note that Mr. Johnston Is All of the men strongly endorsed
time. worth $30,000,000 (Instead of the tropical plant I* contemplatedIn ing In a large way in both the course outlined for police
The present location of the plant, $10,900,000 carried on the books), the northern sates, Mr. Johnston small succulent plant lpeel.UI.j officers and the broader program
an Talleyrand Avenue on the river- for the net yearly Income would 1* always solicited I for contrl. fleshy leaves that of the adult education school of
rant, was finally selected, and the i equal 0%' on this value of $30,000- buttons from his large assirtment sembles the sisal. hemp or socalled the university.
new plant was built, and first I called on Mr. Johnston lately century plant Several food sis The training school for police
placed in operation QII October II, 000.The citizens of Jacksonville know I when In Homestesd. H* had recently ed patches of these plants were officer i II one of the series of shortcourses .
lilt The old plant at Main and that their' rates for current win shipped a large plant assortment noted, for which Mr Johnston which the University of r
Post streets was then converted be kept in line with rates charged to a lady In Connecticut stated that there i* a rapidly grew- Florida Kill\ conduct this year, using r
Into a sub-station. In ether cities and that the net who had put on a successful "South ing demand far medicinal purpose the extensive facilities at the 41 f
In lin and again In 1928, further earning of the plant win comeback *. Leave of this aloe when canal-alto camp near here. Dean ;
additions were necessary, due to them In saving on taxes according to the Bible, the rule lit exude a clear muelIlIllOOOlll Riley aid the new university .;a
t* the ever increasing demands for and Increased value of their plant. book of life? tap and are said lobe wonderfully -,! branch will serve as many adults r
current At the present time, there -Will M. Freer In Florida Public How about the observance of r ly curative wheat applied to X-ray! In Florida as possible during the L
I to a total of 14.50 KW In Installed Work: the Lord' Day? Read Nehemiah I other burns. A case of blood'year, Including business, trade, i i iI
.generating opacity. 1315: -11: Isaiah M:1J.14; Jeremiah I I poisoning In the hand was professional and marginal group
Total Investment In the plant' 17:10-37.I I I ly cured here in Eatero: by of the leave regularly for external s
at $ ; WHY 1 I Why 1 II there to much social | cation ot aloe leaves reeent.1 I application. i t J
aabIsptannedMng toads of $ ,221-' By A. A. Koertline 1 land economic unrest Read Hebrew Mr. Johnston states jlI '
too Have you ever seriously thought U11Chrl.t I know of case of ulcerated I For the Information of those .I.
Since Illl, It ha been the policy I WHY we have adverse condition says, The 8abb th-wsr ach that have been cured wishing to visit Homestead from .
.la .ee Uw Mt earnings of the elec4rW In life? I mad for man." It 1* needful physically I drinking IN water hi, 110m-I the lower West Coast, a short cut ;! .
plant each year to reduce theaimesat : Have you ever carefully seriously mentally, morally and spin leave of aloe vera bad I will be found leading south from
needed lor the operation of honestly, prayerfully studied)l spiritually I Immersed. This statement the Tamtam Trail at a point about 'r
other city .function Total trait-1 I Ood's Word? Why not? Hove 7oul I I t There I it but one answer to the been corroborated U me ky ev-I{, IT mile west of Miami It h, in I''J
tars through IMS, have been $12.- I ever found an untrue statement Ills .of today-"RETURN UNTO I ral other parties who have known fact, the first graded road that
'51, .... TU yea the transfer win> In the Bible? Have you ever been THE: LORD." W* are running| of similar case None of my Informants you will find to the right on approaching
be IU14.07S. and during the period able to find any fault with Jesus contrary Ood's way; we an endeavoring was I medical man so, Miami!, with two filling
from 131 through 193J, the Christ? to "play the amo"j! this statement than larks tie stamp stations marking the intersection. ,
transfer averaged $1,461,000 per Have you tried the Bible plan of without Him;this means of professional approval and may I By this road (Krorne avenue) the '
year. living? It not, you are Incompetentto defeat "Return unto me and be taken for just what It seems distance I* 20 mile Into Homestead 't
Electric rate hava alway* been tit a* a witness. "Prove mo, I will return unto you, salth the to be worth. However, this aloe 1 and naves a lot of mileage ,
very advantageous to/Ah, citizens saltli the Lord." Lord."-Malachl 17. Read third I I* not known to bo polsenou and a* against the long way of motoring
of Jacksonville. ,It is. _! Why do we find ourselves in a chapter of Malachl. doubh It serious harm would result -1 back again from Miami. Palm )
tively estimated that the l8f'Vl-J) dilemma a* to our bond issue Will we as a city of Homestead.a .I from intermit Mr. Jnfcn- ; Lodge is located on Avocado drive 't'
have saved about .y. Have) wo been playing, the "game" a Rediand I>District RETURN* I ston U shipping' large quantities i Homestead.r' ..

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Friday, November 27, 1936 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Five j I

Mrs. Shanklin to Talk SWIUWWWWIIIWUfUIIWIWWJIW A misprint: "tn our selection of

CLEWISTONIIAS To Women Only TuesdayHealth SELF STARTER'S25TIIYEAR socks and ties thaw Is something: ,

to suit the moet facthUota.
'" 20 Years Ago
SUGARCANE FETE lectures at the Shanklin HERE I Quoted from the Huforist (Lon-

Grove. Florida City, will be continued don). 4

by request, w" announced j
SLATEDFORDEC.3 .o this week by Dr. L. C. Shank- uumIDm lDlnCWIIIDlillUI1UIUIm WTEDATSHOWSiDeveloped \ ,,

I lin. This afternoon et J-30: his "a ,-." .. boom an tits" w.a.u .- I
wife, Dr. Irene Austin Shanklin,' 1 me awe .a CIoo Neoob.e GROVE
Celebration to Mark Beginning will lecture on "Food Elements 1suq.M..yiaid w Mw fMik rtarM aw"110m, M. say. in 1911 by Kettering -

of Sixth Annual i Needed to Sustain Youth and First Applied I THEATRE t
Beauty," and tonight at I o'clock
Harvest, he will speak on "Our Brain and Nov. M, 1916 i to Cadillacs I COCONUT DROVE
Gland Foods." Skews T and 8 Ad lula tie +,
Clewtston, Fla., Nov. HI'IorIda -: l-"Dr. Tower's new concrete office New York, Kov 3d-This year Matinee Sat and Sea. lee
afternoon at 3 SO MrsShanklin
Tuesday : '
will be host to hundreds of' drug store and lodge finish-1 mark the tweny-fif anniversary| It.Saus.Sam. ,
visitors In connection with the will lecture to women I I nearing completion. When
and girls and will reveal "wonderful -i I ed It win rank with the bank building I of the practical application of the
Sugarcane Festival to be held at
Moa Toes. Wed
and helpful secrets every lady I: electric
Clewlston, December I, and the Homestead Mercantile self-starter to automobl1eLCharle.
sponsored should knew whether young, aid Her. M, l.i Dee. L S \
building modern .
M fireproof J. Bettering vice-
by the local chamber of commerce I now
or middle-aged. according to Dr. "
The celebration win mark the beginning -' Shanklia. At 8 o'clock Tuesday! structures. president of the General Motors Shirley Temple 1

.f the sixth annual harvest night Dr. Shanklin continues his -"The Spanish class has grown Corporation hi charge of research, In"DIMPLES" !
la the great Everglades development -' series of lectures on "Glands". He I considerably In slie, the following developed the .self-starter 1911,
I will speak also on Thursday and i members having been added: Mr. working with a loyal band of i

This Important operation extends -' Friday nights at the same hour.PRODUCTION I and Mrs. H. R. Prldgen. L. RI ers under severe handicaps helP-1 with t
over a front of approximately I I Nixon, Mn. S F Matthew and barn which served as the Frank Afergan, Stepla "FetchitThurs. "
fifty: miles, reaching from Just OFCHEVROLETS i Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Cooper" "'tartorand "executive offices"

south of Moore Haven on the west I-"Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Gamble and Of the Dayton Engineering Laboratories -
round the lower rim of Lake children arrived in Homestead last Company. I j
Ii Frl. Dee 2. 4
Okeechobee, through Liberty IS I week via the henrytord route andi The self-starter was applied
Point,C1ewl ton,Bare Beach,Lake i are domiciled tor the present at first by Henry M. Leland to Cadillac ARTHUR nUACll

Harbor, South Bay, Belle Glade, 6,000 A DAY NOW\ .the I. R. Matthews borne. ItI cars and became standard Ca- In

Pahokee and Canal Point. ,' i"Chat. Shaw and family of Misslsalppl dillac equipment In Kit On the Thank You Jeeves"Saturday
Ten plantation headquarter! arrived here Thursday to strength of this epochal Improvement ,
house more than three thousand New Car Deliveries More!spend the winter. Mr. Shaw,who Cadillac that year won the

employees, In addition to those Than Double Thoseof Is a friend of A. J. Cobb, was here famous Dewar Trophy in Londonfor I Dee.
living in Clewliton, but the vast Year Ago i two winters ego and liked the the second time. Soon other I I
extent of this. sugarcane opera-I country so well he brought hit make ot automobiles were so HARRY CARET
tion 1s not fully Detroit, Nov. -The average family down this year." equipped and the rapid expansionof HOOT GIBSON
those who have not personally dally deliveries of Chevrolet's new I-"The Miami Baptist Association the automobile Industry fol-
visited the plantations.Its 1937 can since the announcement. met In the Methodist Church South lowed. The sea-starter snechan- laThe
size Is Indicated by the of the new models November 7 in Miami tm Friday of lust week.A ism made motoring safer, easier Last Outlaw"Tour
fact that throughout this cane have,. been more than double those number were present from I and dallier and In particular,
growing area are more than 260( of a year ago, according to reports -I.Homestead, among others being I met the driving needs of women. ,

miles of farm roadway, having 145 reaching the Detroit offices Rev W. a. Barton and wife, Mr.
bridges. Catherine the crop Into of the company. and Mrs. W. G. Moon, Mrs. R X. r
the sugar-house at Clewlston requires During the first several days Edwards, :X. H. Parker and wife,
11T tractors, 412 cane wagons after the announcement, deliveries W. B. Caves, Miss Gertrude Pope,
equipped with crawler type reached approximately 11,000 a+i Chat Caves and Miss Ethel Pen-'
tracks, 10 railroad sidings with day company officials revealed, as'! DlDitoI1."
cane hoists to load the cane from compared to around 4,600 a day i,
{ and Mrs.
-"Mr. Chas. Wright mo-
the field wagons to the railroadcars following last year's announcement -I Itoredrent Paris Crossing Indiana -
213 cane cars and 0 locomo-'
I to Homestead starting
More than 69,000 cars had been
tives. amber 7th, being on the road eight
The fertile, well located and best placed In the hands of buyers with and a ball days "
in a few days after the public first
of I
land in this area is capable producing -
"One hundred and sixtyeightautomobilee
half million raw the new models, and an addi- -
more a
tional 100,000 orders had been (memo of which madedouble
tons of raw sugar a year. trips) carrying about *0*
from placed with the 10,000 Chevrolet I
Hundreds of visitors various -
endfrom dealers In the field, officials said- people attended the dedication
sections of the country of Palm Stale Park
services Knyal
outlying! sections of the state Production Is being stepped up,
and the Ingraham Highway oil
celebration. to 6,000 cars e day In an effort to
in the
will participate
from outside satisfy: the sweeping public demand -: Thursday.An I "Old Glory"floated
:A party of visitor
for the first time over 'ParadiseKey' "
for the new Chevrolet Deliveries I I
the state will spend the afternoon The Woman's Club ofHomestead 1
I 1 ia Savannah are being made as soon as
of Tuesday, December :'t
hid charge of tie I-
the be made available : I>
for .
leaving that evening I I'I ceding of the multitude" whlir
. Jacksonville and Port Mayan, The great success of the automobile -
done in. most admirable
8 o'clock shows being held throughout wee home
where tt will arrive
G morning Wednesdaywill the United States, and the consequent -' manner, without the slightest con
1 :Wednesday of the fusion by Mrs. Evans and her capable
success new CIU'IJa
be In Inspection tour, '
spent an committee . "
evidence that the entire
beginning at Port Mayaca: on the ample I I
east and ending at Moore Haven automobile Industry: cart look for-II I can GROW
The OldU Old Story
ward with confidence to anotherof
on the west A visit will be paidto
the citrus development at Port the greatest years in Its history Skipper (to newly recruited sailor I
Mayaca the federal cane-breeding ," W. E. Holler, vice presidentand I ). "I suppose It's the fame old

static at Canal Point the state general sales manager of. story--the tool of the family sent If you are somewhat cramped for room in
correction farm between Pahokee Chevrolet commented. to sea?"

and Belle Glade, the state expert- I Sailor "Oh, not sir; there an your house as it now is, come in and let us ex-
! merit station of the University of >, the celebration will culminate' been changed since your day"
Florida at Belle Clade, the winter ,with the starting of the huge crushIng Fishing Gazette. plain how you can add to Was your means per-
vegetable and sugar farms along train as it begins the extractionof I
the southwestern border of Lake the excellent sugar preduced in I I mit.
Okeechobee, as well as the flood the Everglades. The guests will JOHN ti. AUJCT rWTNO.. 41
control levees and locks. be entertained at a luncheon AMERICAN LEGION
Following an Inspection of the en by the Clewlnton tint and third j
I Meets Wednesday
heart of the Everglades on Wednesday : mmerce. The party will ]alv-i ft *u m* American ckHl. Bt..,
December 2, the party will ClewUton Thursday afternoon, old Pea Office) South Kro M Ave,.
gather at the Clewlston sugarhouse will make a brief stop at Lake
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Fall FEI'lilizinao .

W. D. Horne Co., Inc.

: of your grove has a great effect on your spring bloom. Get your trees
;r in condition: to bloom and hold the bloom next spring.

r", Use Eedland Brand Fertilizers for results. We also have a complete : -

|I': > line of vegetable fertilizers for truck crops.: Quality fertilizers -


I l produce results.Florida. I HARRY'S WELDING SHOP

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1: East Coast Fertilizer Co. I If
r Portable Electrte and Acetylene Welding en Cylinder Blocks

; Cylinder Heads, Aluminum Castings and Boilers.
f Manufacturers Rcdland Brand Fertilizers
Automotive K..ck\ne Repairing-Catering to antes la main

mONK II FRANK: B. tilt, 111... HOMESTEAD FLA. 'I scaring poorlag and aligned reaming, connecting red pouring

and boring sod eyUader boring.


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Pace Six THE LEADER- ENTERPRISE Friday, November 27. 1936
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I The Redland RattlerBy Did Not Go Hungry on Thanksgiving I SPRAYED k

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The boy*' basketball team will I* consoling to remember that thousand turkeys, 450 tons of soldiers started on mince pie I are
play the alumni tonight at 8 p. m. there have been truly great occasions them, were set before the khaki-! pumpkin pie and English plum
Admission will be' 2e cent to and even stupendous event clad nephews of Uncle Samuel, pudding with hard sauce. An interlude BETTER pny
everyone. through which the people pasted today when both the regular army with grapes, oranges, ba- beans
as In a stupor or a coma. Someone I and the CCC boys put on their I nanas and apples followed, after
The suggests that the cold weather does best bib and tucker for Thanksgiving which dessert was served which
P.-T. A. basketball team Ii Hundreds of
l not make good Girl Scouts. This feasting.But 1 Included chocolate layer cake, and grower who
planning to practice every Wednesday used to dust their beans
be true but we doubt It. ice cream. Coffee or sweet milk
I night with the high school might the 901,000 pounds of turkey have profited from this Important
girli The P.-T. A. won from the That Is too absurd. But one fact roasted to a golden brown accompanied the dinner. fact: Spraying-
\\1 high school team last Friday night, remains: The ten girls that stay and bulging with chestnut dressIng Cigars and cigarette were distributed beam with Sulfoclde give
22-9. for the meetings happen to be a was only a starter on the to every man, after which
10 many more successive
different group each week. The Thanksgiving Day dinner that the soldier relaxed for a while that
picking It
tenderfoot test Is scheduled to be the army put on the table for theboy before coming back to supper. actually
Mrs. Furry's third grade has organized I doubles average crop pro
within the
'passed by some girls .
a Good Citizenship Club There were 350,000 CCC boys duction over beans dusted
next few weeks. What do the Here' how the 22nd who dined In true this
with Catherine Shackleford ai Infantryat army style with Sulfur. One sprayedacre
want to do? Will
1 president end Betty Joy Lee tiecretary. rest of them Fort McPherson teased their year, and 181,000 regular will yield aa much u
H i someone offer a helpful suggestion appetite and tested their This "feed" isan
The members have capa- Thanksgiving two dusted acres. '
l wl 1 adopted ten rules of conduct. The I ? cities: First, branch celery, stuffed annual custom and a part of th1 If you continue to dust your
I puplli made their own suggestion Among the new book loon to olive, head lettuce, sliced tomatoes army ration, served up by army bean you are going to the
for telf-lmprovement In good manners sweet mixed pickles- cooks who are specialists In the of
be found In our library are: "Mu- expense seeding, plant-
and In the care of the school tiny on the Bounty," "Gone With Then the turkey, which wa dining room. It costs 50 cents Ing, cultivating\ and fertilizing .
ground and building. the Wind," "The Magnificent Obsession young and prime with giblet a day per man to feed soldier like two acre when you a
," "The Green Light" and gravy, chestnut dressing and this, and that doesn't mean that could get the same result
Mn. Maude Chandler visited In "The Rider of the Green Mask." cranberry sauce. For more hardy there's any skimping on the ordl from one acre sprayed with
souls, there came then a barbecueloin work days- Every day the soldier -
the elementary school last week Even though these title may not Sulfoclde! Can you afford
of pork, candled sweet potatoes sits down to three square
and showed some carved wooden Intrigue you you may find novels to keep on losing the bigger
toys from China to the pupil In that will In addition there will creamed mashed potatoes, meals-the kind that causes recruits yield that Sulfocide couldbe
Miss Johnson's fifth grade and be sixty more new book available Parker House rolls, asparagus the new soldier in the giving you? !
tip on toast I army, to gain from 10 to IS pound
Mrs. Vlhlen's first and second
In the library very soon. Commence .spraying! with
Having become thoroughly each within a few weeks.
grade Everything! the way of good humorous --- Sulfoclde 1 to 200 Just as
entertainment can be found your bean com through
Absence makes the heart grow in our new fiction assortment. We I BRIDGEContinued Vernon Turner Chosen the ground. Keep new
fonder they say but we've often feel certain that we can please the For Stetson Cage Team growth covered and spray
been a bit skeptical about this. taste of the most easy-going and especially Just after pick
However If you could see the third leisurely reader* well as that of I ing. Start spraying your
( from Page 1) DeLand Nov. 28, Vernon Wil
h -
and fourth grader spending a the most jaded or even the crankiest tomatoes, pepper, and eggplants
great deal of their spare time In In which class do you be- was halted for several week early lard Turner of Homestead, a In the seed bed.
sophomore at Stetson University,
making pretty picture and composing long, If either? i this year when one of the bridge has been selected by manager The best dealers in Florida
stories for their teacher ;
sell Sulfoclde. It will
at the southern end of the road and referee a* a member of the pay
and second
Miss Murray who bal been ill all Mrs. Vihlen' first I you to Insist on having it
week even you might change your! grade pupils are very proud of I was burned out. With railway Stetson all-star Intramural basketball Ask for helpful leaflet,

;r mind ns we have. their new doll house and garage communication abandoned since team. "Sulfoclde the Bean Spray",
I Even the surrounding grounds are the Labor Day hurricane of last Julia Lillian Sullivan a senior,
The twelfth grade sponsored by beautiful. Come and have a look., year and only limited steamship and Lot Aliens Walker, a fresh- B. G. Pratt Company
Paul Baker presented a most Interesting It has been rumored that the buildIng I service available, the highway has man, are Homestead students at 89 Church St. New York
program In assembly last, are Inhabited. This la true. been the main artery of freight the university.
Friday morning. Carlotta Ames' and tourist traffic into the Island SULFOCIDEThe
had charge tf the openlnlllr'Vlce..j Taking a phenomenal Interest city and feeling was high last Modem Methods
The numb*! Included "The German In freshmen, the Florida Flambeau week over the attempt, by what- Bobby (short of money)": "Say, O Bean Spray 1
Version of Barbara Fritchle," often this bit of edvlce: ever motive inspired, to destroy dAd, have you any work. you'd like I .\,
a poem entitled "The Frenchman"by one of the links In the only chain me to do?" 1
Mary Eleanor William, and Gather ya good grade while ye that now blnda the Island to the Father (taken by surprise):
accordion elections by E. J. Graham may, mainland. "Why-no-but-er-"
Mia Rebecca Fisher, band The second year 1* tougher; Parks Is again petroling! the II Bobby: "Then how about puttingme Tfttaml 1
director. directed\ the music and And this same teacher that smiles Homestead-Miami highway- on relief?"-Montreal Star. It O fDA
the tinging. The Rev. A. A. Koest- today
line of the Homestead Methodist Tomorrow may be rougher.
Church gave a most Interesting
talk. That year Is best which la the tint,
When pupil and teacher are t
Some teachers at Redland are stranger; If You Are a Farmer ad Bd r 1i0
loved: others IIUI go last to Ire not until he knows the worst
the cafeterIa all the time. That you're in any danger.

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Somebody oaka: "What In the James Dixon the senior patrol ,
world Is the matter with our leader of Troop 30. reports a most I
would-be Girl Scouts?" Nobody Interesting Boy Scout meeting held
seems to know the answer. How last Thursday. The scout oath I
can we analyze apathy In the and allegiance pledge was followed I
midst of a good beginning? Can It j I by practice In troop formation, Plan your program In a sensible way that r
be the nd truth that they are playIng after which a long discussion! was
golf reading about the quintuplets held concerning the school safety you may produce highest quality'vegetabes! \ c
thinking up new "knock- I; patrol and the scout due The
knock or are they wondering meeting wa held at the Lions' with top yields.
about Mrs. Simpson? Perhaps It'Club den. j ,

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November 27. 1936 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE :Page Seven

WM the gift at three books from

THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER I the author, Helen Fuller Orton,
.1! who writes web delightful child-
In and Around ren's ..... These books "The
LOW Lost Pigs," "PrInce and Rover .
I .l1IaUT lOt'lldnwtar. book week we have ever had. I ," and "The Gold Laced Coat,"
Monday. Thtinftiri M p. a will always be among our most
Homestead ,....,. .......,. 1t .. ...! .. MLa.audgse.l5 About thirty-five books war given I prised possessions. .
1 8p. as1.0FIN to u*. One little girl emptied

her shelves of her beat loved volumes
"Very well how do you spell
Irving Bacheltar continues to to pass on fee other girls "
need', meaning to need bread!
Dr. Alfred Knauff of the Wash- home In Wlnnecumut Gardens In I bring out new books hit stories are and boys to read, and several "Knead of course."

_gton Bureau of Health who has Redland. I all good and aU popular, all worth grown-ups made worth-whllelflll. "Wrong"
en in Homestead for the past reading, but do not forget his old- Of ooune the main show was the "Wrong Meaning to knead

three months conducting experl- Miss Betty Moore of Miami spent! er bocki. "Eben Holden" published collection of Florida history scrapbooks bread, you said, didn't you?"
I merits In the making of sugar from Thanksgiving Day with Mr. and In 1000, was hit first book and made by Miss Doney's "Yes"

:avocados, plans to leave Saturday Mrs. Lee H. Lehman. met with Instant success. fourth grade pupils. Each after- Well, It's knead.
!:for Cuba for a short visit before reltumln It's a simple tale of a simple noon and Saturday morning two "Not at all; you .knead dough,

to Washington. Harry Mrs. Emma Chaney of Hlghgate out. Eben Holden was a "hired pupils were in the library to Invite bat you need bread."-Wall Street
|KIehl also of Washington,,who has Springs Vt, arrived Friday to man," endeared to all who knew patrons to visit the exhibit. Journal
been associated with Dr. Knauff, spend six weeks with Mr. and Mrs. him. When you first meet Eben Monday afternoon the hostesseswere
plant to leave Saturday for KeyWest Fritz Jackson. he Is on a long, hard Journey on Mary Radford and Mary
to spend a few days beforehe foot, carrying the orphaned boy Catherine Suber. Harry Bishop and HOMESTEAD HOMELAUNDRY
| returns to Washington.Mrs. of his late employer to some place Donald Hueston were the hosts on
Miss Billie Harford was In Jack-
where he hopes to find a home for Wednesday afternoon. Thursday
son Memorial hospital In Miami
them both. They to the afternoon Ardelle Parman and
Edw. Walton, Miss Ellen last week for treatment for an ear come
Huff, Miss Marcia Gautens Miss alIment. farm of David Brower, In the north Gretchen Tcrburg were in charge

ROM Caves and Lee H. Lehman country and find shelter They find Saturday morning Anne Rhenej 115 s. W. 2nd ST.
for Orlando where more than shelter; they find love and Pearl Shuler served, and Saturday I
eft this morning
Dorothy Howard of Mont- and affection, the child finds foster afternoon Llllie Little carried I
(they will attend the state convention MRS. ALICE KEITT, PROP.
pelier, Vt, who Is spending the I
of Service parents, a foster sister who growsup on alone. Lillle not only had
the Young People's -
the winter with her sister Mrs. Charles to be his wife. But the storyIs i to look after the scrap books but
League of Episcopal Cash and Prices
I church.Mr. Foster In Miami, visited Sunday mostly Eben and Eben's day of several times the librarian had to Carry
with Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Jacksonin fishing Is really a classic. There Is I Ia call on her for assistance at the
Redland. Miss Howard spent bit of Horace Greeley and his lending desk Maytag Appliances Throughout
and Mrs. Wm. McMichael, the winter In Homestead seven newspaper too. But probably the cro\\"nln.event
I who are staying in Eau Gallie years ago.

[where Mr. McMichael la farming, .... Perhaps you read this story
I and Miss Winch Cooley and Richard 1 long ago. If you did you will find
Carey arrived Tuesday to FLORIDA CITY more enjoyment In It now. There, FLORIDA CITY SODA FOUNTAIN

spend the week at the McMichael Mrs W, W 8very, Correspondent are enough thrills In It to meet the CREAM
[home. ,,___,__,"""__ o_ demands of boy and girl readers' SERVES DELICIOUS ICE
too. Bacheller writes I Tour Business
Irving We Appreciate
Mayor M. Silverman was takento
E. H. Hiner of Fern Park spent the Victoria hospital for treat- I every one the old the Bachel.j M B. SIL1ERMIV, Proprietor
those t f middle Mr
I Thanksgiving with Mrs Hiner who ment on Thursday of last week. > years-
ler has a winter home in Winter ,
J Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. E. His condition Is now so much bet-
Park, he Is of
{ so really one our
SchaU. ter that he expects to return this
week. neighbors.Last .
week was Book Week and I
Archer Smith arrived yesterday It you visited the library any day
I fro mGainesville where he Is attending Mr- and Mrs. F. Bishop moved you will always remember whatan
I the University of Florida Into the Sonnichaen apartment on exciting and interesting time

I to spend the Thanksgiving holidays Tenth street last week. we had. Probably the very best
with his parents Dr. and

Mrs J. A. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Brockettof
North North Carolina and their famlb
j .4- Haven.Conn. have arriv-
Mr. and Mrs. C. Walker attended ed to spend the winter at thair are occupying the Maynard hour{
a reception given Wednesday winter home on Eighth street on Avenue B.

night In honor of the teachers
Ray Taylor of Newark, N. J..
of Miami High School and the Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dixon are Is visiting his brother-in-law and
members of the Dade County having an addition built to their
Alonzo Hammond [
sister, Mr. and Mrs. i
board of public Instruction by the property on the corner of Palm and their family.Mr. a'-
room mothers of the high school avenue and the Dixie highway.

at the home of Mrs Fred Hosea The addition will have eight bedrooms and Mrs Derbyshire of Detroit '
In Miami. Mrs. Walker attendedin upstairs and a store, sitting 1
arrived Wednesday. They
her capacity as school board room and one bedroom down
are occupying the Geo. Todd cot-
member stairs. tage on Tenth street [ !P'y'j 1 icy

Wm. Creever of Knoxville, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stallings of The P.-T. A. November meeting'

Tenn.. who is visiting in Miami, South Miami were Sunday visitorsIn was held Wednesday evening at ....
spent Wednesday In Homestead Florida City. the town hall \
and Florida City, where he has ,

property interests. Mr and Mrs. Salvador Bonanno Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis and I!

have rented the Leach residence I family of West Palm Beach spent I ,
Theodore Franklin arrived Wednesday for the season. Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs
from the University of I I'J. H. Dixon. Other guests of Mr

Florida at Gainesville to spend Miss Clara Roat of Holly Hill Is and Mrs. Dixon were: Mr. and Mrs I CERTAINLY WAS
Thanksgiving week with his par spending the Thanksgiving holidays |I A. M. Pritchard and family of

ents. I with Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Homestead and Mr. and Mrs. R. 0 .
I FINE CROP RECORD Last Year"trltk
ing. StIl-1, Shore of Redland. Frank Riddles-I
Duke Wudzke of DeLand who ,
burger who arrived Sunday stayIng -
. ..d the "ETEIfftl ARMOUR USER looks Jared
visited for a week with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Clayton Heffner of at the Dixon home. ,
CtfiJtt lo the Coming Stfton, at mil, ,
Mrs. J. R. Dorsey left Sunday for
Delray Beach where'he will spend I
two months. From year of experience-from proven results-growers'in

I I every part of Florida have learned that Armour's Fertilizers

John Fredericks of Homestead ON THE BASIS OF RESULTS WE ARE i
end Rudolph Gotsman, Ray Wood measure up to their expectations. They know that Armour'sis

and Wm. Chambers of Redland ; a balanced fertilizer and that a grade i ia available for every
arrived Sunday from the University GLAD TO RECOMMEND
of Florida at Gainesville to I type of citrus or vegetable crop.

with spend their the parent Thanksgiving holidays Armour's field organization-trained, willing, cooperative-

BURPEE'S SEEDS ;is at your command. Let us know your problem) well help

Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Franklin and I IIOn. -
find the
correct answer.
Theodore, spent Th nk glv- you
ing Day with Mrs. Franklin's
mother Mrs. W. H. Strickland, in .

Hallandale. I .Armour'sFERTILIZERS

have held the standard of
Mn Josephine Douglaeon who They high qualIty i .

has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edward -

Oakley left Homestead Saturday in all of the many tests made of them in 3-Tar 0 .9 11 IM
to return to her home in e ,
Tarrytown, N. Y. i iMn.
Florida. .
Geo. I:.Reed hat been con
fined to her horn since Nov. 12.
I When you buy seed, buy BURPEE'SGrantham

Mr. and Mrs.. W. F. Thayer ofHawrhID. Agent: BEE DEE SUPPLY-COMPANY

Mass.. arrived
day to spend the winter Wednes-I

Turner's Funeral Home Seed Store r

M-IUt. AMBCIANCB SERVICE Armour Fertilizer Works

le> Attend*** Homestead, Fla. Phone 22 .lecks."vllle. ",.

no" f,1d R iiotarb.adl,. !ti -- ... .

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Page Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, November 27, L9i3Gk

. ;k I. Social Events in South Dade -I.f'. .

III I The Calendar a E. S. MEETING squirrel shapes. Merle Jenkins wa )
i Eleven Eastern: Star chapter of named hostess for next week.Mrs. .
-- Nov. the Twenty-ninth DUtrtct were Frank Lucas, the lieutenant -
27 Areme Club
;. Mr. Frank Ilaiunun of Homestead -' Mn. E. H. HIDer and Mra C. i.Pannan. with Mn. -Fred Suber- meeting represented at the meeting of M pre lde4. Others present were:
AIM* Mr* T. i. Letchworth I Nov. 38-Meeting of Redland han Friday night when worthy Miss Kathryn Theben, Mary la
of Miami wen hostesses ct a musical I The program arranged bjr Mn.J. District Young People' Union InPresbyterian Astra Chapter in the L O. tea given at the Haiuman home H. Webster, was a* follow: Church 6:JO p. at matron and patron of the ciatrictre Crave, Margaret Lawrence, Merle
Tuesday afternoon to honor of reading, Mia Lucille West; solo, Dec. 1-Teacher's Bridge Club gueit of honor. Jenkins, Edith Bevi, Elizabeth
three new Redlaod District residents Stanley Wittkop; reading Mn. meeting at home of Mr. and Mr Mn. Violet Delta was Initiated Jane Buck, Dolores Papy, Athley
Mrs. Ralph It Com of St Clinton Pepper: solo, Mn. Wm. Frank Webb. Into the chapter and Mr*. B- W. Kemp, Mary Trances Rutland,
Louis, Mr*. Scott of St Louis and Mutaelwhlte; piano cola, Mr: *. W. DeC 1-W. M. S. meeting In MuUin Joined by affiliation. Ruth Owen, Melba Van Winkle,
Miami Beach and Mn. W. L. Rota- H. Mill;solo Mr*.Lewis Brandenburg church. The chapter gave Mr*. Coo. W., Jonenie filagle, Betty Anne Marshall
mond of Birmingham. Ala. I ; violin solo Mill Elmeda Dee. Presbyterian Woman' Turner, Jr., worthy matron, a' Bobbie Simmons, Vida
Christina vine, poinsettia and Robert The accompaniment surprise handkerchief shower after Clarke and Marion Annans-
Auxiliary meeting with Mn. V. M.
yellow chrysanthemums attractively were played by Mn. Wittkop Mr Harris as program chairman.Dee. the meeting In honor of her
decorated the roomi. Webater and Mill Settle RobertMn -,, I-Sacred Heart Club ben-' birthday. Wov. 18. '
In the receiving line besides the Lehman and Mr*. Schaff efit supper and bazaar on Church During the initiation Mr*. 3. I- M. E. TEACHERS GIVE
hostesses and honor guests were poured tea and Mia Elizabeth ground Davis and Miss France Dabney PARTY FOE CHILDREN

Mra. J. H. Webster, Mn. E. A. Skill WM Henrietta Hartman, Dee. *-W. M. V. circle meetings'' sang to piano accompaniment by The teacher of the primary department -
Ames, Mn. H. E.: Schaff Mr. W. Mill AKa Webster Miss Carole Dee. ft-.Orange Blossom Drill Mrs. Wm. M. John A song was of the Homestead Methodist _
K. Walton Mn. p. B. Bird. Mn. Done and Mia Welt carved. Club meeting with Mn. W. D. Co- rendered by the worthy matrons Sunday School gave a party
j J. a Rutland, Mri. H.p.McDaniel, About fifty were presentand with accompaniment by Mn. for their pupil Wednesday afternoon (
ker.Dee.. Meeting of Silver Palm' Thompson of the Hialeah chapter.I I at the home of Mill Leola ,
I HUNGARIAN FOLK BONOS the honey Industry In Florida-: 'Woman' Missionary Society at Mrs. W. M. Bradley presentedMrs. Little. Hostesses included Mr*. E.:
I GIVEN AT O- P. W. C. MEETING Specimen of three new plant home of Mn. R. W. Prothero.Dee. Rudolph' Mattson with a wedding J. Close, Mn. Lewis Brandenburg,
\ Hungarian folk songs were lung from the home of the late Charles Episcopal 'Woman' gift from the chapter.It Mn. Paul Reynolds, Mrs. C. W.
and explained by Mn. Mary Bur- Torrey Simpson of Miami that Auxiliary business meeting following was announcede that a me- Little, Mil Mary Belle Glbbs and
richter CJf South Atlapattah G.,. .....sent to the club by Mr*.Simp-. corporate communion .t, morial service would be held in Mill Little Cocoa and cookie
dens at the meeting of the Homestead ion were examined and discussed.The 8:30: a. m. Biscayne Temple la Miami at 4 I were served.
p. m. Sunday. The worthy matrons -
plant were the cleroden- Dec. 4-Sacred Heart dinner
Business and Professional] I The children present wen: Leonora -
and associate matron of the
Women' Club .t the borne of drum which ha a five pointed redstar and bazaar-
i district and the officer of the Williams, Arthur Brandenburg -
with red berries in the center Dec. 7 -BM lnes meeting of
Mn. L L. Bow Wednesday ( Miami Beach Helen and Alfred Tomerlin, 1
win take
Mn Burrlchter was bom In..thl.counta'y the gloria auperba, a ahlnlngUly Junior .fW0II8fClub of Home James and Billy Brown, Joe and it,
but her parent were Hun- and ardlsia polyophala which I stead. part nan Gene Reynolds, Winifred Danzey, '
The deco-
was attractively
ha beautiful leave and Dec. 7 of South
glossy -Meeting Dade
gariaa.Mrs. Donald Neeley, Beverly Wallace,
rated with Christmas vine, cut
of black berrie Garden Club Butler I II ,
bunches at Hotel.Dec.
Charia Oolry, educati naichairman and Alene Koestline, Vivian Dolan Lil-
flowers ferns. Ice
I cream,
A nominating committee ooIrting -I Episcopal Woman':
gave a abort talk on and lie Little and Roy Walker.
cake coffee were served.
adult education. ( of Mn. rroacher. Mr Annie = 'Auxiliary benefit bridge party at
Other present were Mrs. J 11:. Butler and Mr. Alberta Bute Hausman home at I'36 p. m.Dec. .
C was by president -Meeting Laymen'
Cauzeoa Mn. A. Easton, Mrs.T DAY AT HAMMOCKAt <
D. Piche Xn. C H. Eloe, Mn- R. J. Shepherd.A League at Wakefield home. REGULAR MEETING
B. A. WaMia. Mri. Judson Pick- delightful refreshment course Dec. 10-W. M. U. meeting to Tuesday' meeting of the The regular meeting of Orange
ard, Mra. Catherine PIckard, Mra. wa served by the hostess.Mrs. church. Homestead Girl Scout at the SkID Blossom Drill dub of the Wood.
Butler and Mn. II. C. Reed Dec. 10-Woodmen'* Circle home plan were made for an all-
men's Circa which to have
Wm. M. John, Mn. Lamar Dickinson wa
and Miss Eleanore Holferty.MR. will be hostess at the next meet- meeting In L O. O- F. hall .at ( day camping trip at Matheson beta held at the home of Miss Flos-
big Dec T, at the home of MIL F rm. hammock Saturday. tie Gorcluy was postponed to Dec. f
AND MRS. E. FKOSCHEE ,Butler. Dec. 10-H. H. S. play, The Barbara Daggers, the hostess,' because the hostess wa in. Thou
(HOST ON TOW OF DISTRICT Thoae present were MrD. B. Whoofenproof," at t p. m. In Neva. served IDa cream and home mad who came for a social hour however
Mr. and Mn. Elbert M. Froscherwere Snow, Mr Lucy Clinton Mr* King Cooper School audJ IodulUo .were: Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Martin -
host to ft group of relative Wm. Dunlop, Mr*. Ceo. M. Son- Dec 11-Areme Club election of Dec. IS-Meeting of Woman' Mr. end Mn S. T. Oorday, Jr.,
and friend on a tour of Redland nlchaen, Mr*. Dobbin, Mr Brock- officer ; Club of Badlands. Mrs. W D Coker, Miss Nellie Mae
District point of Internet Sunday ett Mn. Potter, Mr*. Reed Mn. Dec. 14-Meeting of Woman' Dee. 1 -W. M. S. circle meet Martin, Miss Marian Scott and Leo
Butler Mr Bole and Mr Froeher. Club of Homestead. In .
) afternoon. The Dumond Tropical *- Hllllard
Monkey Jungle oa Hainlin drive .
the South AUapattah Garden ItI: lAND Aloro HOLD { IIIHyillHIHIimillHimiMII
farming auction the Bedland and BtMMAGE BALE: 1
Silver Palm grove' section. Homestead -,
The Ladle Aid Society of the
and Florida City were ...1aIted. -
Kcdland Community Church will, 18 PRIZESGIVEN
At the conclusion *t the
I held a rummage sale In the south t
tour, the party enjoyed tea at the Uk of the Frederick building all J 1
Froscher home la Florida City, ,
II day Saturday- Mr*. Fritz Jackson -
Guests of lie. and MnTroacherwere' who 1* .. charge will be assisted -
: Mr. and Mrs. Harfcy Oblnl I by Mr Ceo. W. Turner, Jr. AWAYat
of Cleveland;Captain 1 0114 Mr: and Mil Jate: Turner..
Preuley K. Brice, Mn. Lloyd B.
Unland of Miami, mother of MnFroscher SACRED HEART CLUB PLANS
B. Collins of Miami, rothei-m- I Plan for the bazaar which will
law and liter of Mr*.Trencher. I be given by the Sacred Heart Club
I of the Catholic Church an Dec. 4
GARDEN CLUB DAS I wen completed at a meeting of and GIRLS' CONTESTNine
VARIED PROGRAM the club In the clubrooms) Wednesday -
A program of varied Interest was I afternoon.A .
presented by the members of the I dinner wilt be served and Prizes for Girls Nine Prizes for Boys Awarded to Girls and
South Dade Garden Club at its carnival attraction win be featured
meeting Monday afternoon at the i to Boys securing largest number of votes in the Rexall Boys' and Girls'Contest

home of Mn. E. M. Froscber la i Those present at the meetingwere
Florida CIty. :Mn. O.Barcua,Mn.Chaa.I
Mrs. R J. Brockett spoke en the Pope. Mr*L.C.Smith Mn.
blue bonnett, the state flower of 'er, Mr*. T. J>. Panno, Mn. Walk-1 AD you Have to do after
Texas, and showed colored pictures Robert, Mn. Frank'OrtfId you have registered as a
of fields ot blue bonnett Mn.Ja F. Mlnnerly. .Mr*. Fred contestant I is to ask p
*. M. Dobbin told of the many Mr Geo. L. Swan, yourmother
uses of the coconut palm and of tht Hammond, Mr*. W. A. Wliltlnc.j: father, aunt, \ AMr
food value of the coconut Mn Chan ToppinG Mrs uncle and friends to buy r.Vol r
I H. F Potter told about bee Mn. Don Ferreyra. their drug store merchandise 7i

at the Dixie Drug "

Green: Lantern 'RestaurantADJOINING Store and cast their votes /fq .k'';;

HOTEL ftEDLAND I for you. They receive a ,,1f.MJ :' J

vote for .
Western T-Bon steak Dimmer M Chicken Dinner 7S every penny they :

Regular Dinner lOt Vegetable Plate lie spend at the Dixie Drug. ''', ,.',
AH Kinds ef H Sandwiches The more they buy the more votes for you. I

: I Contest now open. '

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November 28th. I HEREBY NOMINATE

Music by WIAJII UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA Name ..............................................Address .................--?.......,..,,..,,,_

ITALIAN II MM ma PAGHKTn II p. .. 4f DINNBM.r. C....IANDWICMM.. >W tttk .|MMI AND CHILLI hr .salsa*m4 f.r. lni,....lMI I as a contestant in the Dixie prug Contest for Boys and Girls

H awe IMUM. DIM Am DANCI WITS vi subject to rules and regulations as set forth by Iou.

p".COUmL;! CLUB I Name ............................................. .Address ........,.................... ..............
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Friday, November 27, 1936 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Nine

1 SILVER, : PALM SOCIETY Process m a team pressure canner -
POSTPONES MEETING at 88 decrees Fahrenheit oc be kept cold right up to the time
I It Is whipped. If It is warm, the
I The Woman's Missionary Society 10 pounds pressure Pint glass I
fat globule win run together just
I r Social 1 of the Silver Palm Methodist Jars of soap need M minutes of
Events I as they do when cream Is churned
Church will meet Thusaday Dec I processing: quart Jam 70 minutes;
Into butter. Even if the cream Is
I II, at 240 o'clock In the home of No. 2 tins JO minutes" ; No I tins,
I cold. if It Is put into a warm bowl
Mrs. R. W. PrattwM for an important (Smiautw. 1
and whipped with a warm beater.It .
-- business session The regular To MB cracks In the floors will not hold the air necessao

""6IIOWER IS GIVEN "Child' Song of Dream- meeting date was Thursday of thoroughly soak newspapers In to make it fluff up.

FOR MRS- B. Q. HUFF land" "U""_" --_" .. Rhoeda this week but because of Thanksgiving -I paste made of flour water and

Mr*. R. O. Huff wai honored "Duke' Song" ._ _-_ Verdi bay the meeting was post' alum and force this material Into Ads
with a shower at the Homestead Kenteen Torbert poned. them. To make the paste, mix Want ParTry11tem

Country Club Friday night by Mn Two Etude __ Wright I Mrs. Duffy and Mrs. Prothero and boil one half a pound of flour
waits ___ Strauss will be the hostesses. A full attendance of and half
J. S. Horton. Bunco and bridge three quarts water a
} were played. Mn. E. 3- Dyal Hilda Dodson I* requested. pound of alum. DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST

won the high score prize in bunco "Vienna Waltz" __...___ Ourlltt
and Mn. L. B. Danny the low. Vara Rheney, Mn Fitzpatrick THEDA; PROCTOR HAS When eggs are scrambled la a

Mn. Ceo. M. Sonnichsea won the "Gavotte" ..._.__, ,_.......__ Cotaee BIRTHDAY PARTY double boiler the cook is following
Elmeda Robert Mrs. L. T. Proctor gave a matinee the principal that should be
high score prize In bridge and eggs
honor of the Office Hearst I a. a.toIp.a&
party Saturday in
Mill Pearl Whitaker. the low. "Spring Song" _Mendelssohn cooked over low best.A"'honeymooner's .
Alta Webster eleventh anniversary of her Ssrndajn I to it

A white and blue color scheme Arrangement from daughter, Theda. After the show roast" is just alatlria11

was carried out In the decoration "Martha" .________ Flotow refreshment were served. at the a small compact, boneless rout
Cake and
and prize. coffee Elmeda Roberts Proctor home. made from the sirloin part of a Free Parking: Space
were Mrs. Wllbum Reed and Mn.
The guests Included Mrs. Julian leg of lamb. It Is good filled witha 1764 N. W. MTU 8T. MIAMI
Present besides those named H. Webster, Mrs. Clarence Parman Augustus Wynn: assisted Mrs well-seasoned bread-crumb
Herbert Turner Proctor. PHONE 1-tUl
Mn. Mnfrank
were: ,
Mrs Clark
Roberta Mrs. Wm. E. stuffing.
Morris Mn E. A. Buchanon Rheney, Mrs. Henry Dodson and -
Mri. W. J. Clark, Mn- Claude Lamar Kendrick Lamp cord and sockets waste:

Campbell, Mrs. J. D. Perkins, Mn. Hints electricity and deteriorate rapidly Our Perfect Optometric

R. L. Walker Mrs Harold Oxford. CHURCH GROUP MAKES toHousewives when used with heat appliance Service WillSOMEMMMMI
Mrs Frank Hausman Mrs. Hunter
THANKSGIVING GIFTS When the cord on the toaster or
HardIn, Mrs. Burley Dendy, Mrs.I The Christian Endeavor Societyof the electric Iron gives out a new

B. Q. Walser Mn. Bruce Ennli the First Presbyterian Church cord suited to that piece of equip- :

Mn. Joel J. Robinson Mn. Eliza met at the home of Miss Jane Gat- ment is more efficientA
beth Fuchs Orin Mia I
lln Monday night to make candy to ...... ..
Hobson Miss Helen -- -
Alice Taylor
be sent to members of the group bath towel with a wide hem Dr. Neuenschwander
Miss Ellen Huff Miss Maude Big- away at college on ThanksgivingDay CANNING SOUP MIXTURES I and border of plain weave has Just

gen and Miss Mary Bradley. and to pack a Thanksgivingbasket Many homemakers find canned that much less drying are*. Itt Dr. B. GonzalezOPTOMETRISTS

Those tending gift were: Mn to be distributed by the soup a convenience and keep a the surface with the soft, fluffy

E. a Hlner, Mn. Willard Fifield. Redland District Young People's supply on hand. Much has been loops that gives a bath towel Its

Mrs. Fielding A. Ruff Mr. W. B. Union. I learned In recent years about home power to absorb moisture.Whipping Phone I-I2I7

Caves. Jr., Mri. H. L. Cook Mrs Chocolate and marshmallowswere canning of soup. Studies have, cream should have SO Venetian Arcade MiamiOpening

H. E. Schaff, Miss Thelma Turner, served. shown particularly that processIng -' percent of fat or butter. It should

Miss Elinor Payne, Miss Inez Those present were: Miss Elea-' under pressure Is a necessityfor i

i Branch, Miss Grace Hobson Mia nore Holferty, Miss Anne McConnell canned soup. They also show

Miriam Burton and Mia France. Miss Jeannette Campbell,Miss|how to get the finest flavor

Coney, Gatlin the Rev E. L. Nelson, Ed-I It Is often a convenience to put''

ward Hickson John Hickson Lan.I up soup mixtures when other I
TALK ON PIONEER COOKING don Hickson, E. J. Graham and
canning being done. When fresh I
vegetables are available in the I I
Mr. H. H.
Ewing spoke on pioneer '
garden some may be put up as
I cooking it the meeting of the MISS NORTON TALKSTO
soup combinations. Among good I
Ii Woman' Club of Homestead In DEMONSTRATION CLUB
soup vegetables are tomatoes
the clubhouse Tuesday afternoon. The Redland Home Demonstration -
com lima beans, peas, okra carrots
Mn. Ewing and Mrs. Ja*. Mc- Club held its November meeting -
I turnips, celery, onions, pimientos PW
Cready were hostesses. at the Redland Community: '
I and red and green pl'P-
Others'present were: Mn Don Church on Nov. 19. Reports of
pers. One mixture that Is well
Ferreyra Mn- Joel J. Robinson. committees were given and Mia
liked combines equal parts of lima i
Mn Annie Butler, Mr. H. C. Reid Pansy Norton county agent, gave beans, corn, and tomatoes. Many L
Mn. Graoe McL. Smith. Mn. J M. an interesting talk on the home
like the added flavor of garden
Dobbin Mrs. :E- M. Froscher. Mrs. and Its furnishings.
herbs such as thyme: bay leaf,
N. G. Ban. Mn. Harry Wolfe and Those present were: Mr*. Kate:
garlic, or parsley.The -
Miss Jennie Lobdell. May Dane Mrs. A. W. January'

Mrs. M. J.Brockhoff, Mrs H. J. Js
Bureau of Home EconomicsIn ,Sc
ENSEMBLE CLASS Armstrong, Mr. A. E. Barnes Mr*.'I I y
the U. S. Department of Agriculture -
GIVES RECITALThe J. Porte, Mrs. Ceo E. Deuel, Mrs.1!
: gives the following directions
Frank Stlllman, Miss Estelle Turner -
Ensemble Class following
gave the for putting up vegetable-
Mrs. Geo. Kelley, Mrs- J. D.j I
program last Saturday afternoon mixtures. Wash and trim
Wysong, Mrs. A. M. Vivian, Mrs.,soup
at Mn. R. H. Fitzpatrlck'shome I
I vegetable Cut Into small piecesor
: :
on Redland road: Wayne Calkins, Mrs. E. A. Carter!
cubes. Bring to the -
d Sonata In A Major .._ Dial 11 Mrs. D. Lair, "Mrs. B. W. Zinker, I point and pack soup the vegetableshot

Ardelle Parman Mrs. Fitzpatrick Mrs.: Gosnell. Mrs. Wentworth and i with sufficient liquid to cover I Today
Mrs Geo. Turner, Jr.
"To-Whit To-hoo" .__.__ Stair and prevent a too dense pack.
Dorothy Kuhn I I

Four Little Piece ... __ Wright BIRTHDAY DINNER GIVEN I I

"Swing Song and BlueBird Mrs. W. J. Clark gave a dinner,
party Sunday. night in honor of the' CAREand Seem.j ,
? --...._.4_ Virgil ; '
.i Anne Rheney 'e' birthday anniversary of her daughter -' .

Guitar Study McKinley Miss Ellen Huff.
Henry: Dodson, Jr. i Covers were laid for: Mr. and 4 Beauty

Two Studies ... __.....-. Mr. R. G. Walser Mr. and Mrs! *." in TentA
"Time for RAst"u MattheW'j It L. Cook Mr. and Mrs- R. a.1 True beauty demandsthe Toyland a

Lavlna Kirk Huff Mr. and Mrs. Clark Miss beat of care at all '

"Whispering Hope" Hawthorne Huff and Hal Jarratt. time Whether you

Violins-Johnny Kuhn Robert wish a wave, a facial,

Kuhn. Voices-Clarice. Dodson, a manicure or any of
Doris Ada Dodson. Guitar- Jiy AitilTNt the other essential aids

Henry Dodson Jr. to beauty yooTl find
the skilled operators at CIRCUS OFTOYS
Pat's Beauty Parlor

ready to eerve :you
DR.M.A.BERGERDentist quickly at any timeC"elgnde

iIJ Spiral and !

l Combination ANDFUN

36 N. Krome I
We give Avenue
Prices $5 $6, $7 -

the genuine Upstairs PAT'SBEAUTY
EUGENE Permanent Office Hours 830-4:30. .


Soft..w.,. --akml, Phone In.? .... BUav
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ass -W.
. ,I kind.,a IMIMMM iws warn.'Aad II and thousands of
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.1 hcW wa'leg, wish LM M(Mob-Amf*wiry ywiiMr I''I Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick Wonderful Toys

far she snsoe mUk
.tart! uo4ul..OII. sad |M Hing > Graduate Oberlin Conservatory and Royal l !

fKt-uMl-Mji II ,
Conservatory of Leipzig sz-n

Bush's Barber

& Beauty Parlor 886 I I I ::33

'I Uoad. Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1422
Mis Little Brawn Operator !I BiMrM Blvd. llth U Htt BUw MturiT

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Friday_ : 27,193! ;.,

W.Homestead School, Built by Patrons, 10'j SOLOISTS FOR

With-15 Pupils- 29 Years Ago I i U. OF M. CONCERTS liHOMESmDSCH L'-

TI". follow \ history of the"I taught until her death in luna :iSTARTlNOEC. EditorW'i
(I" m rt/ad. school*, written by Miss 1H4 It in of her 7
lid Ray teacher wa memory | .." ..._-"'-_...." ................................
In the primaryd outstanding service to the school

< i i'.1' Fitment will appear In a I during her nineteen yean of teaching In assembly Wednesday. morningMrs. I The honor roll for this.Masj

lI'mi.'.14'ad schools edition of the and a token of the love and Albert Spalding and Met-' Mills led the group in singIng omitted .last week and Is as

D.i'li County Teacher in III forthcoming esteem In which the communityheld two songs. Mr*. I. T. Pearson I lows: high Mary Grace Eng
isfeueTwentynine: her that the name of the ropolitan Prima Donna gave a short talk after which he Mary Ellen Gay Wsnetta

and a half years Homestead Grammar school wa Booked introduced the new superintendent line; low Preston Bird, Edn

Sul, there came to Homestead a changed to the Neva King Cooper Mr. Jas. T. Wilson, who was I Booth, Harold Branch Eldred <

fi.miiy+ with five children, all of I School principal in the Homestead school mer, Constance Hunter.
Miami Fla.. Nov. 28-Ten soloists
iliiol age This brought the In 1928 Mr. James T. Wilson, our seven years agoHe gave a short

number i of school children up to I county superintendent-elect, came the among world' whom treat musician are Mveral have of talk. Mr. Frank Lucas, Mr. G
tin, i'-quired fifteen when a school to guide Homestead's school .. .
West, and Mr Charlie Mail
been engaged to in the
rniKht, be demanded for the group. destiny for two years. This he appear
I regular series of winter concert The Interior decoration class entertained Mr. Lucas' el&
"Y t.-." said the county superintendent did so successfully that he
was by the University of Miami has been studying the suitable grade with a party last Friday I
symphony -
Mr R. E. Hall, "the county will promoted to the Ida M. Fisher
orcheitra.: Dr. Arnold Volpe backgrounds for rooms and selectIng ternoon at the home of Mrs. MIi
fin rush, a building site and ma High School at the Beach but heleft
conducting, and the ..ymphonlcblind the correct wall paper and oth- tin. Indoor game were plag
tI".oI, for the building, If the patron Homestead's school in such Walter E. Sheatfer conductIng : er wall finishes It has also been after which cake and Ice cr
will build the house" This fine condition that they were ableto -
studying suitable draperies and were served. Mrs. Lucas asslsl
beginning December T at the ,
+ ." the custom In those days and
secure our present live-wire
orcheatra hall, Miami High School curtains for the different rooms. with the serving.
so i place was cleared large principal Mr. L. B. Sommen, who auditorium. I' The tenth grade home economicsgirl
+ em,ugh for the one room building! now serving his seventh year. visited the meat market at
Miss Lute seventh grade
miit, in the tall pines and palmet- II.Today the educational facilities Greta Steuckgold famous prima the Homestead Grocery Wednesday
Nora Jane Heffner of
comes North!
to, The fifteen children came Homestead are of a high type.The donna soprano of the Metropolitan to see the actual cuts of meat since Carolina.
fun" the homes of the Caves, Fitz- grammar school building combines Opera Company will sing. Percy they have been studying .these

ptllIJIc and Campbell families. The the modern safety feautresof Grainger, Australian planlst-com- cuts. Mr. White explained the
fli J M, teacher was Mr*. Hudson who I a one-story structure with the poser who conducted the symphonic processes through which the meat The library has eleven eewt,

to tight all the grades from the first artistic architecture of the tropics band In his own compositions goes before it i* delivered to the brary book bought by the P..TA.
tiiroujh) UM twelfth. Two years with its loggia and wellventilatedwings. [ last year in one of the most merchant and the condition under with tlie money received on ig

later, lit 1909, another room was Ample playgrounds with brilliant concerts Miami has ever which It I* marketed.The dayThe library .la keeping fiw|
added With Mrs. Laura C. Beldler volley ball and tennis courts, baseball known will return this year. scrap book of all the lIew.pate:

as the principal and an assistant. I diamonds and primary play Albert Spalding, Amerlca'i finest ninth grade 1 clipping of the high school
Miss Seecoe. for the lower grade equipment encourage healthful violinist who hag achieved "
from 1910 to 1912 Mr. J. L. exercise for all the children. Thereare great popularity through his radio "breakfast for the family. The Mr*. Webb' class Is glad. the
seventh grade girls have finished.
SVfckland was principal. The special teacher for physical as well as his concert work will be Fred.Rhode, Jack. Webb. Robw|
their and have started
population was growing very fast education, for music and for art, one of the guest vrtiats. Abram apron Taylor.and frank HagletJUce j
cooking. They begin with tlrnple) able to.be back.in school I
and I new school was needed. The and a faculty of class room teachers Chatsins, piano virtuoso and composer
public donation plan was no longer of experience and exceptional will again play with the food such and as sandwiches'anfruit d Ing out because of illness. In'trt]
punch, the
are studying the class 1* working on plctuW]
feasible and the district was ability. Those who had a hand orchestra. One of the newcomers -
food suitable for
the lunch box. +
bonded to build I modern $10,000 In the building of that first little to Miami is Gulmar Novae., the of Indian and learning howffc

graded and high school. The site one room school may be justly Brazilian who has been hailed by color and shade figure.

finally decided upon had been pre- proud of the progress made In the critics as the greatest of women The high school grades received
since their returns on the audiometer The fifth and sixth grade t ta
seated to the city by the Model thirty year that history- pianists.
Ltttt Ctmpeny for a cemetery and I making event. The people of this The series of concerts will begin test. In health the upper classes on play Wednesday In the ausi,1

.** being used for that purpose community honor these pioneers this year on December 7 and will have been studying digeitlon. In torlum in celebration of ba .
but Dr. J B. Tower who was are who strove vallently with beginnings end April It Ten of the twelve the first period of physical education week. Mn Bird was in

to.tea. of the school board. and those leaders of more soloists for the concerts have been Team Two beat Team One in Of the program

tii".... It was not healthful to recent years who have fought Just announced by university authori playing volley ball so Team One i
\1.It.i the cemetery west of the reside as perseveringly for every advancement treated Team Two. The eighth i I Mn. Flfleld's fourth grade i
their ties.The grade health class Is expecting completed an American flag
ni ml section on account of the schools have
full for both '
program or- Mrs Nesblt to talk on home nurs 1 1last
made. 'I I wa made by folding !
reward flow of the underground
ganisations, with the soloists will The
ing. seventh grade Is studying colored and the
war_Pl1. He was Instrumental No history of Homestead schools be a* follows: I the kinds and value of food. paper placing
ift fat!fl'' the cemetery moved would be complete without mentioning Orchestra a large cardboard.
-December 7, Florence I I
til Mt present location at Naranja one of these later leaders,
Hartley, soprano; January The entire school has Miss class had
anal tit cemetery site donated for Mrs Nell K. Walker, who has i enjoyed Doraey's it*
18, Abram Chasms, planlit-com- the numerous visits of the pastgraduates half-holiday Friday. Mju
There ,
the new school building. j taught in both the elementary and
poser, February II, Gulomar No- returnlhome I' '
who have Dorsey and the room moth*,
wre four rooms and the audlto- the high school: was president of
llm, built In the Spanish mission, the P.-T. A. for several years and vaes pianist; March 8, Crete for the holidays. These|I Mrs. George Murray and Mn&

style which lends Itself admirably I Is now member of the School Board Steuckgold, soprano; March 29 boys and girls seem to think that J. Parman entertained the cos)

to expansion by means of new I from this district In the classroom Albert Spalding, violinist; April after all there limo place like dear I with a picnic lunch at the hop*
19 soloist to be announced. ole Homestead High. of Mrs. Parman. After fc ,
I until as needed. This new build In Parent-Teachers' Asso-
Ing was opened during January.,' clnatlon, as member of the School Band-December 14, Sara Fol- lunch, candy suckers were servt! i

1914, with 80 pupila. The teach- Board, Mr*. Nell K. Walker has well, soprano; January 25, soloistto Nina Pearl Bush's name was inadvertently i and"then the group was taken ijut t.

ers were: Principal H. E. Aderhold,' worked tirelessly for the better. be announced; February 8, Percy omitted from the : to Monkey Jungle when eflOaj
who' was also Invested with the ment of Homestead's schools. Grainger pianist-composer; March honor roll lat week. child was given bag of peon*
care of the high I school and the1 I II I, Walter Mills, baritone; March with which. to feed the monkejv]

I higher grade The high school 15, Eva Gordon Horodosky, contralto Miss Mable William, the art flnlstafl
department had two pupils and i BEAUTY TRADE ; and March 26, Warner Instructor and Ruth Tower attended Miss Ray's class has
Hardman pianistWALTON studying about the Pilgrims Sell
It turned out Its
vast prospects. the marionette show. "Cinderel..
I tint graduate Mill Ophelia SHOW STARTS IN la," in Miami Saturday, .' I let* now. busy making pilgrim I
Fuchs In 1110. Miss Mabel Du-, *

val and Miss Grace Dlckerson had \ WINS In typing Cecelia Harper hand- )
II Mr Thurman' .
MIAMMONDAYMovie class I* J
of the
charge Intermediate grade ed In two perfect budgets and that
J. B. Morton
and Mrs Bertha Goucher of the Norma Gossman has handed (none and
primary department.. The following I (Continued from Page 1) perfect budget Danzy have had to tie I

year found another addition of Facial OperationTo Cola player with four field goals cause of Illness.Mrs. .

to the building of the four rooms I Be Feature of "t'almierl stood out defensively. In biology ; class I* studyingthe I Edward-class
and several year later four more I 'the local led B-3 at the first Internal structure of a frog. WlnU1
3-Day Exhibit House from
making ea total of twelve beside quarter; 21-8 at the half; 33-12 at The general science claw experi- Malcolm
Rowell from '
the auditorium. I :- : the end of the third quarter. mented with a thermostatThe
Miami, Nov 28 .Beauty shop The children are learning
Following Mr. Aderfteld. Mr. !, owner of Florida and neighboring WALTON'S (44)) fg ft pf giving song during !
Claude C. Beitler the principal Barrow 1 : history classes are writing
wa states will lee a spectacle afforded __ _.. 0 0 2 period this week. They are sbc
for one year. In 1915 Mr. very. few beauty culturists Campbell, f __._.. I 0 0 Citizenship theme for the Clvltan making booklets on cleanliness

Charles M. Fisher was appointed at the Florida State Beauty Trade Weitert f ._._....._.... 0 1 0 contest. a part of their citizenship unit,
to that position, which he held until Show and Exhibition which will Field, f ..._.,,______ 1 1 0
elected to the of lite of superintendent be held in Coral Gable for three Forsyth f .. __ .. _.S 0 0 The sophomores are reading "

of public Instruction of I IKnill. days beginning next Monday Nov. Dellinger f ...__ .. 0 0 0 book for book report week which HOMESTEAD :4-H CLlfl! j

Dude J County in 1919 Min Alice 30. in the Miami-Biltmore Hotel. McCormick c __" 5 .0 1Tolson la this week. by Theda. Praetor
who Is now In the finance One of the many feature of the g ....._. __ I 0 2 .'"""....--.".....-....---.
department of the superintendent's exhibition will tx the ofa Wynn g .__. ___ 2 0 1 I The first school play will be given -
riffles. and is well-known friend showing Thursday" Dee. 10, at 8 The meeting wes called to
Cowman, g _____ 0 0 02S pm.
facial surgical filmed '
of Dade County teachers, was a', operation ,, In the Neva King Cooper audito der by the president The ae
member of Mr. Fisher's faculty. from start to finish In technicolor "2 B rium. The play I I. entitled "TheWhoofenproor' teary; read the minute. Mrsf.
Dr. J. Howard Crum foremost D. Colter, the .
garden chalnnw
Mr M. P. Geiger followed Mr. The character
Fisher for one year; then Mr. L. fac'al surgeon In the United State COCA-COLA (18) fg ft pf are: Dad Ketchell, Jack Gatlln; from the Home Demonstrati*} "'

E Bennett wan. principal for five who performed the operation will Bolash f ... _._......._. 1 0 I John tieback, Rudolph Young; club came to the club and gaff
I ;.vi'an. The enrolment Increased s&ompany the..showing of the film Mulloy f __ _.. ._ .".__ 0 0 1 Deep Lleback. Hazel Pennlncton I seed to the Kirls. Marv Robert .

until in 11)23. In order to relieve with a lecture. Douglas, t '_'_' ___ 0 1 0 Widow Winter, Bobbie Summer- had charge of the program. i
Other leaden of the beauty profession RUiilea, II "_'____"_ 2 1 2 lin; Roarin' Riley, Raymond had the girls show the

: t retool building costing 20.MO was who create the styles for Beary, I __ 1 0 0 Hayes; Mr*. Ketchell, Bonnie man gift they have made ME' .

erected. the .American? woman will present Dunn. I ._.__.__..__ 4 0 IOHpoicb. Belle Myen; Wheeler Ketchell, The meeting was closed

lecture and demonstrations of I ... ._ 0 0 1 Billy Arthur; Mona Lowery, Caro- the pledge I
In 1934: at the peak of the real their art Included *them Those 1
among Palmlri, g ...---""' 0 O. 1 lee Done. present were Mrs Fd
estate boom period It b6canig'ne- are Ivan ojrtfV Avenue, noted ... Redd, Fay Sklner Betty; Ji/* f
cessarjr-to have a full time principal New York hair stylist Albert D. At 9 I 7 Mrs Johnaoth grade class Jenkins Virginia Kelley M4/ ,

for the grammar school. Mrs. I Paris, exponent of the latest welcome Edith Becker and Mattie Allen Virginia Hillard, Ylrgiflfc

Neva King Cooper was appointedto French halrdress. Harry; L. Fogel- Callahan. This class ha been Hobson, Betty Bailey, Edf j

this position with a corps of man, sale expert; Juliette, color Barber Supply Institute. According making place card from pinecone Booth, Lillian Booth Virg,.

18 teachers while Mr. R. L. Co- harmony expert and Gall, styles to Joseph Byrno, producer of *. Wood, Mary Radford Mary. R* '.
villa wa principal of the high and fashion leader who will act the world famous International arts, Theda Proctor Dorothy S* .

school with| I corps of 14 teacher M mistress of ceremonies. Beauty Show held, each year in Miss Hayden's eighth grade will livan. Philippe Goff, Johnie Clj* ; I

Portable building were erectedto The show .Is being sponsored by New York City and manager of have its second half holiday next Ferguenon, Mavis Watt eel I

house the Influx of children- the Florida Hairdresser and CoemetologlsU the Florida show it will be themost ]I Friday. This class welcome two Sue Moye. ,

After 1928 Mrs. Cooper returned Association and affiliated elaborate affair of ita kind new pupils Adrian Callahan and I 'j

to .sixth grade work, which shethemogestamhlgh unit and, the. Beauty and ever bald, In.Uw *outljerotat SaAtQ Bosutaoo. . t__nne_ '..Star..-.first-.slam. Job ) ,f, ;

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Friday, November 27. 193(5( THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pace Eleven

I I. J The Churches 1 1l,1 Albert Albert After. 1 Die:,. Blevlns-*Ins Short-Dies of Frankfort Illness CLASSIFIED ADS'' I

Va. who ha been a resident of RATE: First insertion 10o a line; subsequent insertion

South Atlapnttah Gardens for 5< a lint
BAPTIST CHURCH EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN : about three weeks, died Tuesda; I i

I in a Miami hospital after a shot I FOR SALE Guavas
i I FOR RENT 5c lb., onlyIn
ul Homestead-The hev C N I SL John's-Redland; the Rev illness. I small quantities Jungle

Walker, putor. Sunday ichool aIt Goo. M. Poth, pastor. Sunda: ;; Mr. Blevlns, who was 21 year: Grove, Redland.
TOMATO LAND In Allapattah
a. m. Preaching at It a. m school each Sunday at 10 a. m. to the Redland Distric
,old. earn
\ and T.30 p. m.; B.Y.PU. at''7 English service on second Sunda; to farm after he had finished D I I Garden section farmed In taI CARfSAS, IOC tjt CUTTINGS

1 Prayer service Wednesday of each month at 3 p. m. and German -, term In 8 CCC camp near Wash-I 1 matoe three year ago, now has und SMALL PLANTS for snip.

I 7.30: p. m.Noy. p.m'l service on fourth Sunday al! btgton, D. C.Arrangements. I myrtle growth. Rent $2 per acre Mrs. Geo. W. Kosel, Jungle
!. 3 p. m. I per year. Other land entirely Grove Redland road and Plum-
tt-Morning I for the funeri cleared $10 per acre. D. J:. Allen

I The Problem of M rrl..."; METHODIST EPISCOPAL : will be made by Turner Funeri'I Miami, Phone 2-6697. GLADIOLUS BULBS -- Plcard\,
word I received from : the moat and
evening sermon: "The Nearness II Home when spectacular moot
: cf the Klncdom of Gad* Florida City Community Churcl I relatives. 'i FOR RENT-4-room house, two beautiful gladiolus ever prods, -

Prayer meeting subject: -the Rev. C. G. Nelson, pastor I Mr. Bfevtns' sister Mrs. M. A, screened porches, running water ed. Flesh to salmon pink colot.

Temptation." Church school at 10 a. m.; preachIng 'I Rudolph of St Clair Shores, Mich, gang fruit tree, for Vigorous grower and well adap
coup!*. Apply W. W. Savory,
ed to Florida conditions. High
at 7:30: p. m. Midweek prayer arrived Wednesday. His father,
l Gould*-The Rv. Kouh Peter- and Bible study Wednesday at I I Rufus Blevtns, live In Monroe, i Redd's Dry Outer est quality bulbs large mine $2 L'3

ion, pavtor. Sunday school at It 730.: I I Va. I per 100 medium die, II 50 fur

9 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and I i i FOR. SALE 100, postpaid. Orders for ship-

7.30 p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at 8.30: p. m. : Redland Community Church I ment by express not prepaid

I t 4i Prayer service at T.30: p. m. Wed- I the Rev. C. O. Nelson, pastor. Boy Scout Troop CampsIn FOR SALE International Farm- large sin, $1.80 per 100 medium

neiday. Church school at 10j; preaching .t I Scout Forest Today; all tractor in good condition- da, 1.10 per hundred No order

I 11. Epworth League it 6.3ii.: Midi i I' Llewellyn Machinery Corp., accepted for less! than $2. Sp.-

CATHOLIC week prayers and Bible stud;," 1030 N. Miami Ave., Miami. clal price per 1000. E. T. Draper,
Thursday at 7.30.METHODIST; 'I Homestead Boy Scout will i (n 27 d 11) Boyklns, Va.
Church of the Sacred Heart spend today and tomorrow campIng -

f S. E. Second avenue, Homestead, I EPISCOPAL 'I in the scout forest on North I FOR SALE Citron, fresh or pre- FOUND

P I the Rev. James Cloonan, pastor I II Krome avenue with their scout served. Tropical tomato mines

a \ Sunday man at 9 a. m.; week da} I SOUTH master the Rev. A. A. Koestline meat and sandwich filling, FOUND Bunch of keys on Kings

maw at 7.49; dall). Sunday ichool I .I Two new scouts, Paul Rue ani 01. 20c; pint SSc. Calamondln In I Highway- Inquire at Leadvi-
Sunday following P o'clock maw I White Stone Charch Homestead i Ben Bechol, were admitted Tue-I small ,lot* 100 qt. Mrs. Geo. W. Enterprise office.

tie Communion for women the tint) : ; the Rev. A. A. Koeslllne, day night Kosel, Jungle Grove.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. 'I
month for pastor. MISCELLANEOUSPIANO
Sunday of ; men and Homestead will
boys; the second Sunday of month. ox; preaching at 11 a. m. and '7.30: I I The exhibition troop at the scot pu FOR SALE!: New F12 Farmall
on a fire
Junior League at 1.30 tractor. Bargain. Geo. W. Smith,
p. m. : p
Holy hour Thunday before tint TUNING any repairing.
and the
I circus in Miami soon troop]
aft Friday of month at 7:43 p. m. Man m.; Hi League at 9:43: p. m.; Senior will enter a chariot In the chariot Homestead (pd 4) Good used plaao for isle cheap.W.

itd tint diction Friday of the at Blessed 7:30: a. m.Sacrament Bene- League Ing at 7.30 at 7 p..pe:1: : meet. I contest The work of building i. R. L RED FRYERS-LIve or dressed E. Keen US N. W. 3rd St ,

chariot will begin next week. Free delivery city. Phone
at tea.mall.CIfIlISTIAN. I
S3S-M. McEwen Poultry Plant.
Nov. 19 Mornlnr message:
"The Spirit Filled Life"; ..peI I I CARD OF THANKS FOR SALE: Ford model A %-
Pit j jPi
cial music by choir under direction I I We wish to thank our friend I I ton panel truck. Burrlchter to buy or sell Redland District
Florid City-Broadway and real estate will find up-to-dal
of Irvine Lyons; evening for their many expressions ol i South AlUpattah Gardens Smiles
gR. Sixth itreet Sunday school at listings In our office Many rf
mesucet "Knock, Knock, I sympathy and for the lovely flowers south of Goulds Canal.
9:43 a. m. for pupils under 20 yean Who Is There!" : sent t when our brother Walter' 'I these listings are ..tlllt sub
( 20-43))
of age; morning' service at 11 I Hutchinson, was killed.A. I I pn normal price We shall upprucldte -

i o'clock. Wednesday evening services Silver Palm Community Church W HUTCHINSON. I FOR SALE Persian lime, Per-' either your Inqulrlo or

which Include testimonials the Rev. IL O. Cowan, pastor. I NITA THOMPSON. I rtne lemon dod Improved Key your listings, all of which will

of healing and experiences and remarks Sunday school every Sunday at 10 i I lime trees; 1 year old bud on 2yearold have our beat attention. Now I*

on Christian Science, 8 p. a. m.f preaching services on first lemon 'root, ,as.1IO per the time to buy. B. W. Morris,

tNt m. The public la cordially. Invited third and fifth Sundays at 11 arnand8p.m. i LEGAL NOTICES I 100. H. E:, Henriksen, Per- now associated with H. A. Cameron -
to attend. N. W. lit St.. in Citizen
For directions
tif ; rtn* inquire any
: NOTICI Of 'T PRE Bank EM*. Phone 71
Nov, 19.Lesion sermon DEALER e :l RNsER store. (p d 4) I'
Princeton,.The Rev. H. 0. Cow I TO WHOM IT MAY CONCfcRNl:
{ topic "Ancient and Modern an, pastor; the Rev. L. G. Adams, Public notice. k hereby linn that MM FOR SALE Cartons of six 24ot. SITUATION WANTED

Necromancy, Alias Mesmerism assistant pastor. Sunday school at RICK ancientness wits of SARAH C W. R.REBECCA.:....... tat-s HfcND-*. t. I sealed jars of Florida Tropical I or
and Hypnotism, Denounced." 10 a. m. and preaching at 11 every .apply to on* of UK Jod_ of tit. CircuitOMrt jelly Especially packed for WANTED Year.round all-

CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday. Preaching at 7.30: p. m. i I Florida al, at th.Miami KU-wnlh, Uto Judicial Oountf.Clrjult Florid.,.oj, I II gifts. Price 100. Mrs. Bertha season work In family. Violet
R. 1 Box 98 Homeitead
Brown, ,
on first Sunday of month.METHODIST. 'I for! > (Items( to WINS take charge of at>4coauol I', R. Edwards, Homestead, Route
I"""* a ( n 27)
ber pr.p.rtr.4 p
Homeitead-First avenue and Maltr In .. T7 r-P t. >t It iN ,'''' I 1, Redland Rd. (n 20 U>
N. W. Fifth street; T. J. Hunton, FREE A. M.. Nov.s.hs. H. IM, as M -1' WANTED Part-time Job by
I I .. 11M. I
u. rmft.e I can ho FOR SALE ChayoUi 75c a
minister. Bible at 10
f study a. m.; Doted at III'RI Fl.rlds' this .M business college pupil. Leola
.w* communion fellowship and I Fonda City-Mrs. Ernest Warren rt SARAH A. D. I." I I doz.; Chinese spinach Be lb.; Little t S. W. Third St., Homestead -
'. preaching at II a. m.; preaching at pastor. Sunday school I' REBECCA'HENDMCKJ Frlitioatf.ritANK tree spinach 15c lb.; lemons 25c, .

7.30 p. in. Prayer meeting Wednesday 10 a. m.; preaching 11 a. m. and!, : B DOWUNdMldtor I II I doz,; okra, market price; carlssa,

I at 7:80: p. m.CIIuaCIl 8 p. m.; Junior meeting 8:30: p. m.; !I for PrlMomr.Oct. I II Jelly. Mrs. Geo. W. Kosel. Sr., WANTED
$ ( H. K. No*. I. It. 10. U.II
.!WI Young Pcoplei' meeting 7.13.: I I Plummer Dr. and Redland Rd., _
OF GOD Prayer and class meeting 7:30 I I NOTICEPtinuant W ANTED-Conval patients
t* the ,...Mon.. of BMtin FOR SALE Isle of rp grapefruit
I.. Homestead-608 N. W. First Thursday. I rf the B..kln> Art of 1MB. Notice 10 75c a bushel; 25c a dozen.) Invalid or roomer Good care
110..*. 01..n IV TIM nr.t National B.nk' and pleasant surroundings. Mrs.
avenue; J. H. Dodson minister. PENTECOSTAL Hwn.l 4, IB the city of Hom-t-1, I Mn. Eva Collins, Biscayne drive'
Sunday school at 9:4S a. m.; I SUM of PlorUi. that UK liability lopool and Federal Highway. A postal M. P. Wollam, East CampbellSt
Ji th., hoMtn ot .h._ 01 l.. _RIO. 0 27d4)
preaching H a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Goulds-Rev. John H. Stroud, I .wn tock bp the |,....10_ .f a.rune ll..1.I l.U l., card will bring it to your door.

i : Junlar Y. P. at 8:4S p. m. Prayer pastor. Sunday school .t 8.4X1: I .,. .Read II or the Bulutt Federal, ai-._........Act. ,andBttln H ;(n8U), LEGAL NOTICE

meeting, 7:31f.p. m. Wednesday. preaching at 11 a, m. and 7:30 p. I .... Young people's meeting at 8:30 assay., the B<.i4 ol DIm.tem.J. FOR SALE-Ripe oranges, tangerines : NOTICE or ApriirATioN FOR TAI
m.; Cuhlorh
) Ladies' prayer circle Tuesday 100\, ....... all' grapefruit, fryers eggs I neon
.J.Ja p. m.; mile (...... Bill N* IMI
) Homestead-The Rev. W. H. at 2:30: p. m. Mid-week prayer Dr. Shanklin Grove tt NOTICE: III HmEBY: GIVEN: hat
NOTICE or APPLICATION >;U \ west of Florida eftoSoIt) BAINCO, INC knldrr., Sttt and Cnontr
Parker pastor. Sunday school at service Thursday at 7:30 p. in. DEED tea OMlfhwM No. ,ISWt Miied. th. sad
\ 945: a. m. preaching at 11 a. m. I NOTICE IS HfcRKBT GIVEN lad iu of AIKV.I. A. D. last .has Iliad Mmtm
, ; Ie. P. Ps H T. MARTIN a..M.n M a. SPECIAL-Baby chick Reds, offln. ao4 kM _... ...1.......... for
and 7 p. (n.; N. Y. P. S, ,and FIRST PRESBYTERIAN ,dense at CUt if HIiMl Tax C.rtirlo.M I Rocks, Buffs, $'.50 per 109.' I .mr.. doss to M .booed tho_., a.14
"1d/a'i!/ Juniors meeting at 8.30 m. CHURCH Numbood .. I a.4 .. 4.14 th. M *> I CVrtirint* Moliram the follnwfnf *-
p. .. Can Scherr Feed and Supply Store.
h tiled said
I" A.A. D. mil. > ..ribss pno rtp !. the County of ".*.
lit Prayer meeting Wednesday evening UflMM. la mr *<**, ad ha-4 >_ avmUftttom I (o30 U) lut> af .._.... ..-...Ia.1j'Ia
7 in.Pdaoetoathe. Homestead-Rjome avenue at lot tu It: p. N. 18th street; the Rev. E. L. Nel- .. .I. and MM._-the.with follinrlm ta.. hid*OrllflMb. rlM- I MANGO CHUTNEY Sc an oz. or : : Book s..PM s>.I'-c..:

Rev. C. H. Con. son, minister Bible school at .,eap.ry, 4tii

don, pastor. Sunday school at 9..d;I 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. 'ice ot '1_ t.wll, .. MM nrtin.au ...... WM la the MM
Rlal..h Orlrln.l I.
preaching.at3OAS..m-aad.UO: I md S p. m Young *..pl.*'Inane-,t Via Lot Cdr T. .IIh..k f 11AM.h.I. r.s.y ., Ode,, I GUAVA JUICE It ''P'' ..aIIoILI . p.m.Junior meeting at 6.30; youngpeople's ins atIp.m. atete at Fission, a _.lewd I. C- I Jungle Grove. ..Rec1land.I smwW.e .o sew. emeole -sM.d
tabs V& 4. The neaten" ofI .. ..
will W MM 1M fctah t blaMe
at UO. I
meeting Prayer MM 1:1"'t."J: : :: /::: bead aonnlliil. W law. ... W4 will it ih CMn-koM doe so the flrn m..n.Iw .
meeting Wednesday TM p. m. Nov. W-Mornlnt\ worship: MU t I..... thmoa m the ISM aar of M t1.. nontk at ;....",. HIT, which
KHOWN. ..... 1984. 10 Ih. 4th *>r of Ja..", Kit
A. D.
1 EPISCOPAL "The Vine and the BrancbfJI"1nealq I Los .. Bloek 1. Blatoak Oria-lut.. In : 0.' this tech et fie woMr baud title ink oil, 4 "'!_bH. I***.
eencmding the city of 511.1..... CouMr of Dade, 411111E LEATHERII"-1 L B LtATHKRMAN.
worship : r.
.. embraced la Ow.tMnrt. ) .
SUM of Florida ....
Clark ot 1:1. IVwrt
71 St.......' -S. E. Second avenue the Studies In Genesis. I M.. .. Th mi iiinl .* s4pep..to : Clark Dade at 0\.1&Cmay.cI OM femur, ,1UaCimlt
,and Fourth street Homestead; the Redland District Young Feepie's sod.e the MM OMtflrol.. I ClmJ. awn" So.1B Coat: Sl.Br 1.
I bound WM I. the Mm* *l UNKNOWN.Lot cINm J(. o KTmnrrr. : D \.
:Rev. Wnv C. Taylor, Jr., putor meeting at .:St p. m I a, Nark. 1. Minima" Orlcliul. la M: S7,E.T'II'-I; IS i i l (MM M n I... 4. it, lai,
schedule Eucharist the City, o.< HI...... Co..t, of IM ';Sunday : Holy I .* of ......... .. *mhi.xo4 In COT.MfkmW ) .
VIit with hyms and sermon at 8 a. m.; BrtKITUAUST IfcUPLE: OF X. e. The MiniMi.it ofMM
Sunday school at 9:43 a. m; Young TRUTH j U meaty WHhr th. MM Cwtlflnt. .
W mm I. the MM tt UN.
People's Service League at 8.30: p. I, KNOWN. !
K ,. m, at parsonage on Avocado drive. Homestead-branch of Miami i Union. MU. Cortlffeob shall M r.. Gtt We REfftJCRtlSS COLD KIT

Tuesdays: Holy Eucharist at 9 a.m. Spiritualist Temple of Truth in I

Fad'' Fridays: Holy Eucharist at 7 a. m. Woman's Club. 410 N. W. Eighth | TPOPICZAt. ass

JUP I except, first Friday of month when avenue. Men's Bible class and MONKEY JUNGLE EROS C.Duc,14

corporate communion of Woman's young people' lyceum at 7:19: p.

g' Auxiliary at 9:30 la followed by m.; healing by Dr. J. Carl Hobson rONLY file

\ business meeting.\ Holy day as at 7:43; lecture and messages at MONKEYJUrfGU

''announced- 7.30.REDLAND. l QJ T .
8 : jt

INTHCU.S.tlalnlla .

Pdos1 b _bi4 ,, rjuo 0wwelt
w CAFE at all
Drive west CIO

s1.M of NaraaJ Read

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Twelve THE ENTERPRISE Friday, November 27,1936 )

MATERIAL AID I the boys common and girls public to go to schools college have Now Shell Mounds in Nearby Park Area I .

view as well MM tratalng of the
OF SCHOOLS IS !1 i.boys and oft who are not going Record Prehistoric Human Existence, FEDERAL I.

|I to college for the part they are to
take In the life of the community INSURANCEFOR :
Miami, FU-, Nov U..:Among It la apparent from these mound
; Your school, with Its highly developed -
CITEDJNTALKWilson departments of vocational I the many distinctive fe.tu..1 records that Fiortda'a earliest Inhabitants I YOUR :

i I agriculture manual training home which set the proposed Everglades populated those regions a \
Sees Outstanding economics and business courses, National Park area aside as definitely along the coast, living mainly on SAVINGSa
sea food and shell fish, adapting
different In character from
\ meets this demand morethan
Example in Home !1 I'possibly other school our county I I any of the areas now within the i their refuse for the construction New Plan giving doable pre

stead System 'I system.any national system, are the shell|of villages and hamlets In which Section deserve .....-
mounds which are so rich In record they had fortifications, a harbor<
1 L T Pearson county supervisor ties from Investors
I of and a designed pattern of life revealing
a highly organized prehistoric
The schools make material uwell
of teachers, was also a guest at
a strong consciousness: of
human existence in the southFlorida
Intangible contributions to
u the Rotary luncheon. Mr Wilson
social order and communication.
the economic life of the community i said that earlier In the day duringa region.Of I
> Ur dividends as earned,
A definite evolution of life in f
James T. Wilson principalof talk ..tM Homestead school those which have !been discovered
time before the written record. U plus Insurance W savings
Beach schools and within the park area the
Miami county I' Mr Pearson had
auditorium referred
achool superintendent-elect i to Principal L. B. Sommers group which border the Turner here shown and it la important to against lose by U n.!.. by the
told the Homestead Rotary Clubat of the outstanding school River within the western boundary future generations that these Federal Savings toe baor-
I 1 I ss one
IU meeting In the Legion ball I leaders In Florida. In a few I I of the Everglades National mounds have been practically un ones Corperttloa.
Wednesday noon.Mentioning I brief remarks Mr. Pearson complimented Park, aa set forth by the depart- disturbed.To ,
the department of I the Rotary Club on the ment of the Interior In the act of many of those who visit national Ask far bookie

music sometimes criticized a* II Interest it takes In school affairs i congress of 1(34, are considered parks in the hundreds of
"frW" of the educational system,'. and other questions of civic: Im of paramount importance by Dr. thousands annually Chairman Coe First Federal Savings &
Mr Wilson said It created a demand -'i portance. Ales Hrdlicka. curator ef the division believes, the shell mounds of the
of anthropology of the Everglades: National Park will I Loan Associationof
for musical Instruments and
The club voted to join with
and and I Smithsonian Institute In his form as strong aa appeal as thegeysers ,
music racks now later
other organizations for distribution -
school band I "Anthropology of Florida", writ of Yellowstone, the c1J.f1aand Homestead .
organization of a of Christmas baskets in order 1
I s si i ten in 1(22, several yean prior to canyons of Yosemite and the
creates demand for uniforms.The I
a I
to avoid duplication and confusion i I II I i
great of the far West
the conception of the Everglades caverns
sports activities of the!! President 1. R- Brooks appointed I I ,
National Park idea, Dr. HrdUcka --- ----- --
schools require the building ofbleachers t i Ceo. WakefteM. Paul Reynolds
i : 1 1I described these mounds and recommended
gymnasiums stadiums:!and Chandler a committee to I their I preservation In
thus providing work for men In i![work with the Lions Club on a plan;I a national reservation.In I HOMESTEAD HARDWARE CO.
the building trades and businessfor similar to that followed Its year. I
the material dealer. a recent communication to
he pointed building out. : I I Ernest F Cot chairman of the GENERAL HARDWAREPhone
Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Hardin Everglades National Park Association .: .
; Fla.
The payrolls of millions of 516-M Homestead,
teachers, janitors, roofers, school i Hurt in Auto Accident I II ,:the"The scientist Turner further River emphasized regionI
construction workers and others
i I --- I II should, by all means be IncludedIn
materially contribute to the eco i
I Mr. and Mrs. George Hardin are the park for the mounds at Its
nomic In prosperity which these of the teachers communities and recovering from cuts and bruise i mouth are the very beat of the FREE HEALTH LECTURES SBANKLIN GROVEDRS.
kind along the whole coast"
workers live he said. received Wednesday night when I IRENE AND LLOYD C. SHANKtlN
The results of the schools' work the car Mr. Hardin was driving Lecture continue today at S:SI by Dr. Irene, sad tonight at I by
are becoming more tangible--mors hit a mail box on the side of the I their way home when the accident I Dr. Lloyd. Hear Dr. Irene Tuesday and Thursday at I:SI p. as. and
utilitarian also! Mr. Wilson! said road and went Into a ditch near occurred J Dr. Lloyd at I p. m. Tuesday. Thursday a4 Friday. U lea really
"The schools have changed to Richard road on West Mowry Several stitches were necessary weal U knew hew te live and enjoy life and prosperity attend all
el these lectures these their field of foods types health
meet changing conditions" drive. The had been the'I I I by experts
said couple to to close cuts of both Mr and Mrs. and longevity for success. Lectures Illustrated by charts and feeds.
he Their objective in former Thanksgiving dance at the Homestead I Hardin. Mrs. Hardin'i Injuries
I On rain Avenue H ML West at Florida City
t years had been the preparing of Country Club and were on,I were worse than her husband's I


I Excell Soda Crakers Pillsbury Flour

G 20 lb. bag ..._... .. 9ge. r

< lb. pkg. .. .... ... __ lOc

[ a Southern Lady

Exell Graham Crackers


lb. pkg. .: . .. .. 13c
Friday and Saturday Specials qta jar .... ... .. .. .. 25c

..1 4 1 Produce Department Meat Department

0 N ION S, 31bs -- -. .. _. ...-_...-. .. 9c PORK SHOULDERS, Western, lb. ..__....,21c

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

E II, 3 t tI

ICEBERG LETTUCE, 2 heads .. .. .. 15c PICNIC HAMS, Armour's Star, lb. .. .... 26c


.... ?____ 5c FRYERS, (From Local Farms) lb. ... ... 35c

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


: I YORK COOKING APPLES, 5 lbs. .. ... 22c CHUCK ROAST, Western, lb. .. ........... 20c

I Country Roll Butter ARMOUR'SCLOVERBLOOM 1b. 36c



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