The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00101
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: December 4, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00087294:00101
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Prep TWO THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Fridav, December 4, 1936:

REV WM. C. TAILOR GOES I In Rosemont Po His 81.IP1181:


WlOD-Neu 2 0 1000 The Rev Wm C. Taylor who ha, aim for "'mi t

TOLAUDERDALECAGEMARKSMEN!! Jeffrey Realtors 2 0 1000 DELRAY BEACH; been pastor of the St John's Episcopal -I Lay service\11I..m. conducted 'II
I Walton Nurseries .. 1 1 ..IQOI Church for the past year I at the church each ,

I YMCA __ __._ I 1 JiO )left l*,day for a new pastorate| Sunday
Coca Cote___ __. 0 3 .000 CONTEST, 37 TO 20! ..

I Ford Film to Be Shown I High!, CI1EVAOLETIGuaranteed
Locals Will to
Try Stop II Here for WeekA The speedy: Homestead H
WIOD-NewsFivecn Nightly School basketball team, paced by I II
> Its talkative captain Earl Smith
WednesdayWalton free double-feature talking outplayed outguessed and out-I
I picture will be show In the Red-
shot a green Delray Beach team toI Used Cars
land Motors Inc., showrooms at I
Nurseries, Homaaiod'a, i win, 37-20 In a game played atDelray
mtiy In the East Coast basketball Fuigler and Krome avenues tonight Beach Tuesday night I II
league ,lost to the accurate shooting -1 tomorrow Bight and everynight
Theo J. Bleler used his
I next week at 7 90 o'e'loct."Th. I I )
: Clean
CHEVROLET Rumble Seat Coupe.
Jeffrey Realtors team In I entire squad of ten men but the 1933 ,
take interesting -
pictures In many
Flirt Lauderdale Wednesday night, Growers, with the weakest lineup,
33-.'4, after the details In the manufacture tires.No-Draft Ventilation,Starterator.
out-playing of lord automobiles and in the game, held their own I good
st IPII in the first quarter I the .
against upsUters.Last I
h<,id ng them even In the Jut I whether a person is interested In. Sedan. Knee Action No-
UP-I I the purchase of a Ford car or not, ;year, the Delray team won I 1931 CHEVROLET ,
Phi pot-ihots of Ezell, wel- from Homestead, 19-17, In an t
I he or she may be assured of a ;
dole who scored 14 over-I Ventilation New Paint Seat Covers
guard 'come," says H. P. McDaniel. of time game on the local Draft ,
pn\i'd too much for the Home- Redland Motors. walloped the Growers when they
stead 1Iun'.atlotLeI went upstate, 38-27 Mechanically perfect.

the big fun In the I' Capt Smith shot five field goal

fenM against Dunn Bus .tofCl'ieece'j I Church to CelebrateIts and four foul shots to lead thenlht' 1934 Ford Tudor. Perfect. Tires good, runs fine.
In the Jilt half
played 10th AnniversaryIn scoring with 14 pointa
five points I Charlie Little, Homestead guard. Priced to sell quick.
Showing the need of practice, I clicked for four field goals and one \
observance of the tenth anniversary '
the locate mad many bad paaaei, four shot for a total of nine pointa. fine :
of Its organization, the 1933 CHEVROLET Coupe. Mechanically
missed many easy shots-and except York made the same total for Delray. -
for occaalonal flashes, displayed First Presbyterian Church of .
an utter lack of teamworkIn Homestead will hold special services -I a shape. Good rubber, well taken care of.
offense and defenae. Barrow Sunday 11 a. m. DPIra Beach (It) f. tt pt'
will aroundthe McDaniel ___ J 2 1West.
The program center f
was high point scorer tor Homestead "
with growth ad development .01. f = 1., 0,..,.1McMichael r ?. NOT GUARANTEED,
eight pointa.
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the church, with charter member
team Next will Wednesday endeavor night to ,atop the local the taking part There juill be.ap*%1 Sullivan Bishop' ,t l,:-.-_____.. "I 2 m:"r:' 1929-Ford .Tudor-G od buy,for the,money, and >r"

whining atreak of the WIOD-Newi clalmuale. Rue. g _...._._ 0 O' 0 t
team of Miami. It la thought that All friends of the church are Invited -: Smith' I _. _r0 4' 2. priced to sell.
the locals will display a much Improved to attend the celebration service Caves, g .__ 0 0 0
brand of basketball than Little, I 4 1. 0 Ton Truck. Good shape priced
Malcolm, g --..._- 0 0 0
was mown against the Realtor :

'. Last Lecture in Gland 14 II 7 cheap.
letfn, Realtor (II) fg ft pf
lat 2nd Srd 41h
Nordstrom f 1 1 2
Series Slated Tonight to
MtNeece, fBarnley _______..-2 2 2 1 1Z 29 S1I Model T Ford Truck15.00 Cash.

c ______ __ 0 3 I Homestead (31) fg n pII
Dr. Lloyd C. Shanklin speaks at
Kelly g .... 0 0 0 i I Love _
Kail, g II 2 4 8 tonight at Shanklin Grove, Flor-I Page: : : : :::. :::::.: g g :

Uainm, g J 00 ida City,on "Our Main Gland Food York, f.. ___...._ _. 4 J 4
L McNeece, g 2 1 0 I Elements for Vibrant Health" This I Link, C __ _.___..___ .. 0 0 1 Remember, when we say guaranteed, it is guar. ;
lecture concludes a special series: Smith, e _. .___ .__ J J 1Koba1alhl anteed. We all make mistakes and if we do, we
12 I 0 on "Glands That Feed and Build g ___._____ 0 0 1
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make it right immediately. Give us a trial
ht 2nd 3rd the Body, Their !:Elements, and ZL 2 I. : .1,
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t IB 28 a3 I How They Work." N I you will always buy here. Our customers alwayscome
The free lectures and food demonstrations -i Snow, -- 0 0 3 back.: "*
Walter Nurseries ('4) fg ft pf, illustrated by; charts,
"1t'1 will continue all next week. Dr. bt 'nd' Srd 4th
f ._i 4 0 2
McCormick, e 1 1 31 I Irene Shank.lii\will speak Tuesday a 5 11 20
Campbell, g 0 0 OiTnlton afternoon at 2:30 on "The Element BIRD CHEVROLET COMPANYPhone
g ...._= 1 0 21 I Phosphorus, How to Build the I'
Wynn. g ___..... 1 3 1 Nerves and Teeth". Dr Lloyd C. Cresafulli Boy to Be
Shanklln'speaks Tuesday at 8 p. m. Buried in Fulton, N. Y. 98 Homestead, Fla.
9 6 111 "Calcium, Silicon, and Sodium, I
eat 2nd 3rd 4th the Bone Builders of the Body." The body of ChaaCreufuU!, I
j 14 It 24 Dr. Irene speaks Thursday af- sixteen, who died Uv the Dade
ternoon and Dr. Lloyd speaks County hospital Friday: was,sent
Thursday and Friday at 8 p m. to his home In Fulton; N. Y.. by
Service League Wins They will reveal the results of Turner Funeral Home for burial)

Diocesan Honor. Cup their experiments and study firsthand there The boy's father, Santo
I i on the grove Dr Shanklin, Cresafulll, who came with him to FertilizerPerformanceThrnuqhDut

The Young People *\Ice! says I I Florida City accompanied the 1
teague of Si John's Episcopal I body FLORIDA
Church was awarded a silver loving "I realize .dear. I'm not much I'1 I They arrived on Nov 9. and.
cup at the yearly netting in' to look at" I: three days later the boy; was taken
Orlando last week Jar having the "Oh. Jimmle. that's all right : 4o the hospital i iBesides
best diocesan apiHl Injha diocese,I 11 you know you'd be at the office his father, he leaves .1
of South Florida. This trophy alt day" -Ex. 1 I younger slater in Fulton. I i

.highest awarded in- the dJcoeeM.1
will be held by the local (

a year Green: Lantern Restaurant
Those who attended the convention .I I
from Homestead were Mrs
Western T-Booe Steak Dinner 9e Chicken
Edw Walton Mlaa Roee l lUlu
Regular Dinner Me Vegetable Plate lie
Ellen Huff, Mia Caves.l: I
All Kinds etHeme-made Sandwiches
Oouxena and Lee Ill.ehll1' I II

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Fall Fertilizing i

Fee Mr dear 40 ,..., AnmrVF Clc
I ....._ Lave Less MJ mtnm tee.-=

fully h the gn-w ..d r...... .. &. .M., '
of your grove has great effect on your spring bloom. Get your trees i
There is M Doris. SMT praAMm r-nilm -
In condition to bloom and hold the bloom next spring. I (... year Fill cirri appticaiea tsar Arusas&..

On of MMse ..p.eieac..d field are sill he aW

Use Redland Brand Fertilizers for results. We also have a rom- : visit ;.. at lase e.w..ni.eoa..ad no.is
1,111 UA FIotIda... l .tKmt ia r.iluciiia lee an for the

plete line vegetable fertilizers for truck crops. Quality fertilizers =ej tui-u .a dew an< .t.l..... analysis best suited .

produce mults.Florida. i fee Florida citrus Ise-

Field RepreseBUtlvet G. M. FrlckAraww latoea. temat e.. egg -

East 'Coast Fertilizer Co. FerUUser Weeks Warebeneatsji plant': l4Iaaall,. itneeeIL
key R. Nlxes%Jr.

Manufacturer Redland Brand Fertilizers

Armour Fertilizer Works
Jaekaonvllle. Fla.


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Friday, December 4,1936 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Paste Three
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lire. Gertrude Fuller and Mrs. narnhehnMr it BOW state director for New Deal or wad white living hen was often i
Returns Here for Visit *. taller taint lima ago waf study and speakers groups In called on to speak betas civic
appointed director or the Penn- Pennsylvania In which capacity dub Her sen-tee as a speaker Turner's Funeral Home
Mrs. Gertude SreaUu Fuller arrived aytvMUi State Library and Museum she write the campaign manorial were always in demand by Oemo-
in Homestead ThanksgivingDay by Governor George H. Earl for more than 400 nroupa.Mr erode CMtdtdatae during election nitRo Bl'L-\SCR (8IJR\'ICI
for a vacation visit to her During the recent general.- *. fuller was to the real **. cftmpaifn She ha many friend Lade Attendant
old-time friends and neighbors ston. campaign! aba served for the UM business two In IM and her who will rejole In the met i incur 644-ft Homwtead. r..
and to her home in the Country fifth time on the national Democratic made her residence here for several -I recent appointments and honors
Club section now occulted by Mr.' ijwakers committee, and years. She la a gifted ipeik- bestowed on her. I


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Triple Sealed Super-Hvdraull< Brake Center.Control Steering ,,M oai trti xxu fcialu i,,. IT NITHI
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Published Fridays at Home- BRITISH
lead, Fto by the South Dade "7'.J: : :
Publishing Co. _.

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EnUrt4 a* ****SM| elaaa mail "'t
utter March .. ItlS. at tb pest 7 OPlCAt bOUBtS foot high-speed picket boats, etch R
powered with tour For V. t
.(tier a* UA & ...Florida,nudes U1Y T2Vl |
glnes f dapted for marine use
the act at March I. 1171.
patrol the coast of Great EriUia'ha )
been ordered by the British, t
Admiralty from Vosper and I
SOOTi/LQN pony Limited, of Portsmouth,

We Need Them Too PLYMOUTIFROGA' land. ,
ra d On a trial run of 280 nautlc.lml1ef ;
Although the date of Texas t. from Portsmouth to Plymouthand
offering several major attraction tMAYPOer return, the first of these craftto
to Ita visitors, a less conspicuous r be completed averaged 21 knoti;'
innovation In highway develop running through heavy seas and la
ment ii likely to attract thousand a stiff wind ..
of tourlata af they travel the highways The engines, a* adapted for marine -
of the Lone Star State The use by Vesper, develop 71
Innovation ti roadside parks, dubbed brake horsepower each and are set
"pocket-lire1 because of their side by side. They give the boata
dlmlnutlveneai The tiny areas, maximum speed of 25 knot The
conceived three yean ago by EA- machinery occupies only one-third
Klnecr Olbb Cllchrlat of the stat the space required for machinery
highway department, are being; la 49-foot steam-driven picket
constructed an ovet the state by; boats now used and the service
youths employed on project sponsored speed i) approximately three times
by the National Youth Ad- as great '
IT niiiti,itlon of Texas and the stat The boats are fitted for moue}i
highway department. ing a machine gun forward with
The novelty Ii that the parka are depth-bomb dropping gear amidships -
In miniature small In fact that end mine-sweeping gear aft;
most any person can stand In the Each is capable of carrying mow
center of one and throw a rockto than 100 men in an emergency.1
any boundry The ultimate goy They have full fire-fighting equip*
is to have pocket-six park withIn o tl ment and four watertight compart
an hour' drive of any point on menu.
the state highway Th same company Is also delivering -
Although the tint park was constructed 17 25-foot flotilla jtypal
In 1933 in Van Zandt IWO fait launches, each equipped with *
county long before the birth of the a single Vosper-adapted Ford V-V9
National Youth Administration It engine, giving a cruising peed of I
remained for the 27-year-old Lyn- 18 and. a maximum speed of 21 i
don 0- Johnson Texas director o f I $ knot, It I* expected these boat]
the NY A. to make possible the construction will be standardized for use Inf
of the area* on a wholesale Ae/CA connection with the latest classes1]

bad Director Johnson derided of cruisers, destroyer and sloops.
that this novel addition to I throughout the British navy
Texas' highway system would be Th landing, fa 1682, of J.aa Jtibaott en region for. King: of Franc It was erected Jby

a worthwhile memorial to the efforts Batten Island at tile month of the St. Johns the !Florida Daughter of the American Revel,, Especially In Leap Tear
of several thousand young I River, marks the birth *f the Protestant faith In. tkta.in 191 ..t Easterner: "And you mean toj
through the It 18 before the landNot only I* the CARISSA a popular hedge,
Texan given Jobs North America was years ., .say that you have ass days of sunshine -3
If{A. Ins ef the Pilgrim at Plymouth. The CBANITE: plant In South Florida ht it*' frail is sad .... in California'"

All of the convenience of larger -I SHAFT MEMORIAL mw Mayport Is a replica Jellies and marmaUd The' juke itself add Westerner: "Precisely so, anil
parks are Incorporated into the .t the column RlUalt himself placed at the a tans t* tropical fruit punch that defies del rlpo than a mighty conservative aeti.

tiny areas.. Low stone walls aepa mouth. .( tile St. Johns la< 1112 t* claim the tI... The fruit Is.abovt the als* of a plum. mat*."-WUtsitt Impressions
rat the park from the highway .
Stone bench and table are p
e4 under shad trees, and ,lacVIADUCTS Th Glad Return '
I A visited house
cooking pits are added so that grandfather a
traveling culinary artist may teat hold In which he had a littler
Ms outdoor "recipe Constructioi grandson who had spent part of I
furnished together (Continued from Page 1) the summer at a boys' camp. The YessireeIII
material are by the I will be In full awing by Dec. 15, lad talked so enthusiastically about
with competent supervision
highway department The are. I jh* ...Id.I the camp that his grandfather offend -I
rang from a fraction to five or i I In converting the 12-foot wide a alight reminder.. "After all,
six acres in aid with the averagecost railroad viaduct into 20-foot wide though," he remarked, "you wererather We Repair Any Make Automobile for
being approximately $1100. i highway bridges, Mr. McMeekin glad to get home, weren't'!'
Some of the more elaborate parks j said, hug steel I-beim, 22 feet your |I Tractor
are costing as much a* $3000 and long will be laid cross-wise of the "We I}." replied the lad thoughtfully -I
I In In the "not Then after
some of the smaller areas are be- viaducts groove dug especially
donated by landowners I concrete These steel beams keyed a bit he added: "Some of the fel-
for the areas are And What's MoreWe
and their enthusiastic endorsement : into the railroad understructure lows were-those that had dogs. -
of the Idea baa proved : In a manner that makes them virtually -Ex. I
I a part of It, and their upper
Itt v.Jue.-The Highway Magazine -
I I surface flush :o..ht': surface of Fire Warden Frank N. Irwin on absolutely guarantee our work to .be sa tis- .
the viaduct, will foundaItion information, furnished by Fire
I for reinforced concrete slabs factory. L. W. Posey Ford mechanic of 19
What We Did Not Repeal Chief A. C. Deputy who had seen a
I of which the 20-foot roadway will
Mlngo setting a fir to roast peanut
We repealed prohibition. I'be comprised. This Is expected on the F E. C. railway property years experience, and J. F. Rhodes, general re-
But we did not repeal the heartaches to make the bridge burrlcane- near the Simmons packinghouse
and the despair that are I proof. No wooden decking or on North Flagler avenu pair expert are on the job.
superstructure will be used. .
In legalized liquor. ,' .
We did not repeal the trim and Mr. and Mrs. McMeekin have
lawlessness that beer and whisky rented the former Morris house at 't'Y
always produce. N. Krom avenue tad Eighth DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST I Acetylene welding a specialty ,,

W* did not repeal the habit- street :
forming and unshackling power

pauses ea to thcnxt generator Homestead negro was bound over 11* II I .
the terrible physical effects of to the county court of crime under Closed Saturday N. Flagler Avenw 'aad Campbell StreetJ. 1
drinking by potential fathers and $:lOG bond.;by Justin of the I

mother Peace Sid L. Kendrick on a chargeof Free Parking; Space F. RHODES, rre..
the fact that setting fir without a permit
did a
W* not repeal I
liquor untMahesvon1 moral sense la the Everglades: lire Control ,
..o that Immorality and fast wing] District Monday.He A
result was arrested by Assistant I - .I .
We*4 not repeal the uroteedl- 1 J
near a* hquo eegedeca. and which pro-::1 Spectacular: Educational Health I

duo accidentsInjury and death;; Lectures by Famous Dieticians, Food ExpertsRear I HARRY'S WELDING SHOP .'
the fact that ;
W* did not repeal
I Dr. Lloyd C Shanklta tonight. at I B. m. cc I
liquor steals a man' brains, lessens FI iCETON, FLA.
big efficiency, and lower his : "OUR MAIN GLAND FOOD ELEMENTS"I

income-producing powers. j Dr. Ire.. ShukUa I:St I Portable Electric and Acetylene Welding m Cylinder Blacks.
W* did not repeal the law thai; "Nerve and Tooth Building Phosphorus" I Cylinder Heads, Aluminum Coatings ad Bolhn. .

any the drunkard cannot Inherit, Dr. Ur C SluutkNai $ sx am.Tuesday .* .
I Automotive MaekVM In natabearing
Repslria -Cst.etng I* garage
of God Author Unknown.
kingdom .
"Bone Building Calcium,Silicon and Sodium"Free pouring and alined reammg connecting rod posting

LettBreaoMUaa* Thursday S:tt S p. a*,and Friday p. m. and boring and cylinder boring.

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IlIIIIIlIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIiIlhIIIUEIIIIIIIIIIIIII SchaUern. Lee Ltkman, A R. LlvIngiton I worked at I disadvantage on He-
aide" count of the unfinished building
I' The Redland Rattler -"Flv week of school haw passed yet good work I* being don*. The
20 Years Ago at the Dade County Rural I trailers have arrived and are all II
Br SHIRLEY HARKNES3: ",School: and although everyone has In \us* now."

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Th opening basketball game rented kit called "And the William -I IIIIIUIIlIIIIIIIIIIll/ : 1111I1111111111I1111I111
: Ju
oil the MUM will be* played tonight Pursued Her" with a cut!
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The .t. aw.s
between the Homestead and including Ethel Roberts, Mary I ..... ,... a.. ., 11oo are n..w.e
Redland boys' team at the Red. Eleanor Williams, KennethITawkes .--. "Ad Mw. 114 "I&,
land gym. Admission win be and Jack Turner. Mill! eo t" ..... rlww lasso. FREE
twenty-five cent Don't mill this Fisher led the community singing I
Same. ; and a talk by the Rev. C. O. Nelson Nov. 30. 1916. t
ot the Redland Methodist' "Manager W. F. Pennlngton of
Thanksgiving holiday mult Church concluded the program the W. D. Horne Lumber Co.. was ;
". have been anything but a bed or I In Miami Monday" Special Showing of
roses for some cl Judging by the I The Taller break down and tell "Manager Doney of the Dade
absence of Miss Louise Brsnnon all about freshmen: County Telephone Co. took the
the .tome ec. teacher, and Miss I Dh, what keep a freshman I trip.to Moore Haven on Wednesday
:Anderson, our commercial teacher. From breaking under the strain? along with relative from FORD TALKIE FILM
Oh what keep each poor freih-' Georgia"
Paul Baker, sponsor ot the I man I "Ernest P. Robert ot Key West,
twelfth grade has returned to From becoming quit insane was In Homestead on Friday. Mr I 1
school after recovering from ft Dh, what keep the timid freshman: Roberts has some Investment In' Friday and Saturday nights
severe case ot flu. From a softening of the brain I II grove land in this vicinity." |
NOTHINGI! -"Dr. W. J. Barton and Dr. J. L.
The following chapel programwas I :
Miss White were hunting near Goulds DECEMBER 4th and 5th
presented Thursday by
Xerfoot't fifth and sixth grade Marjo Macey Rated Most on Friday."
-"The members of the Woman's AND EVERY NIGHT NEXT WEEK
pupils A devotional was given I Intelligent Freshman
Club of Homestead and their aides
by Margaret Hilson, and a play, "A I
I II who did such effective work AT OUR SHOW ROOMS
Happy, Sate Christmas,
I Miss Marjo Macey who was Royal Palm State Park on
proved very effective for the graduated from Redland High tion day are as follows: Mrs. T. 1'1
teaching ot safety education. The Show Begins at 7:30 ,
School in June was rated the most Evans, Mrs. W. J. Twedeel, N. p m. 1
characters father, Francis
were: ntelligent freshman in Centenary: Thomas Carter, Mrs. J. D. 1j
Prothero; mother Betty Lou rye; University at Shreveport, La., In Mr*. H. R. Prldgen, Mrs. A. j
grandfather, John Benson; grandmother a Thurstone intelligence teat con Livingston, Mrs. R. B. :
Pharlba Catoe; Jack, Wilson ducted recently. Mill Macey madea Mrs. R. & Edwards Mrs. S. a./: / Redland Motors Inc. j
Fred, Charles Kel-
; grade of 319, and the next highest Livingston, Mis. Stanley ,
ly; and Lucy, Elvlry Burry. Santa grade wa 200. ; thews, Mr & A. King, Mrs. 0.M. ::1
Claus was played by Walter Ku- Miss Macey who Is the daughter, Budd, Mrs. R. M. Homestead, Fla. Phone 21 r
feldt. There also two ,
were boys of Mr. and Mr*. R. W. Macey: of Mrs. Frank Bealey Hunuy'l
Kenneth Greer and John McLaughlin '
Silver Palm was valedictorian of Mrs. Dr. Lanier, Mrs. .
and two girls, Ruth
her class. I Tatum, Mia Eunice Nixon, R. B,
Gosnell and Bertha Rosborough
The angel were Ethel Ann Jar-
man Martha January Barbara
Williams and Ruth Hiner. The I
harmonica band played three selections i
"America", "Suwanee
River"and "Juanita" after which
Ethel Ana Jarman and Martha'' New Farming and Farmers
January gave Interesting reading)

The'boy Scout held their weekly .i
meeting last Friday evening,
at the Lone' Den. After the i
collection ot dues and the roll call I in Homestead] Area
four ot the member passed the _
tenderfoot test.: At the close of,
the meeting one ot the memberswas I ...
put through the belt line lorahal.wa -*
say Inattention during the
meeting? I

think. It would difficult '

overestimate which our school the band rapidity Is pro"...to'l -Of :As the potato planting season is drawing to a close, we E
Int. At present there are

new students whose work shows to that all of available Irish
great promise. Already I have are pleased announce our po-
f heard a number of people (qualified -
for Judging) declare that never tato lands in the Homestead area, amounting to more than
"have they: seen another group

ot provement Students show a* those such In marked our band im- one-third of the total planted in Dade County, are under

have done In these first few weeksof
scrjooL Much praise right- cultivation.
fully goes to Miss Rebecca Jane .
Fisher, the director who with her
ability as a musician and her force- 1

rut Interest personality and love Is for able music to In Instill her, It We especially. invite the citizens of Homestead and neigh-

pupils. Fisher attended the
University Miss of Wisconsin and received boring communities to look at this new industry with '
an A. B. degree from the

University\ of-:Indiana.- pride and a spirit of warm co-operation for the newcomers

dire. Me.eeeventh grade
student gave the program In assembly from nearly every state in the Union who are farming in
today. A piano duet by
Je&ni Sue Rogers and DoloresCowan
and a monologue entitled j this area and living among us.
"A.* a ,JBildg Party" by JeauttCalkins' ,.: -
.were among the most In-J J

Tim telli

Off Perfect Optometric bean and general truck farming and shall be pleased to re- a

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Park Service the 114" acquiring .. j:',:
Parks Includes One
I System the land and providing vocational THE 'UBRA CORNERBT

With Caverns Similar to Kentucky's I Service administration providing and the National personnel Park, MR& U L. BOW, I ILnWAKT LIBIU'RaX '; )r

all the equipment and the funds '
Miami Fla, Dec. J-The 2000 known to the general public near for such development The actual BOOM envy. Hugh feels himself the "

square mile area in south Florida Marianna, is a labyrinth of fine work Is being done by C. C. C. ......,. W 4M..l r, Tlnmteri s.. F of something bigger than :
caverns. comparable In characterto ........,. Prtdwi 1' a. _! .. 96aata.dartea.orllabes.a.1.5 I presence '
which has bean authorized by Congress men under a National Park Service his mercenary self Krebs Is taken '; ''[I
for acquisition for the Everglades those In Virginia and Kentucky superintendentEach Sk .. 111, and Paret goes to the how ": ""
Here 800 acres are under development
National Park will formfitting ..which will make these cav- one of these areas, ac- pltal to visit him. Then we have ,
a crown for the present system and 'cording to Vlnten has some outstanding put Into words the Idea which bus,' ; ,
erns accessible to the public Recently Phyllis Bentley's novel .
of late and county parka now ,scenic historic or recrea- run all through the book} In the ..
will provide outdoor "The Spinner of the Years, has '
under within the of conversation Krebs
development tional Interest and some combineall course remarks -
state a the belief o( C. RVlnten., The Chlpola river on three features The areas been reissued because of the favor "In order to arrive at salvation -
official representative of the Na- which they are situated disappears have been wisely selected with aroused by two more recent books, most of us have to take

tional Park Service, In charge of from view far about quarter the purpose In mind of conservingsome "A Modern Tragedy" and "In- our journey Into a far country;
of mile of the distance through
a heritance". Miss Bentley Is most
planning and execution of these valuable natural characteristics we have to learn what seems safe '"
the area and reappears aboveground Interested in character, her -
area In co-operation with the which would otherwise have people things, we have to wander and
From them also rises
human, and she has
Florida Park Service and other been exploited or destroyed by are always suffer in order to realize that the
spring which empties into this understanding ot youth, old
agencies.The fire and human abuse an only safety lies In development.
Importance of the completion River. of the age and the middle years.
Through the co-operation Gradually Hugh Paret realizes bit
Near BlouuUtown, on the Apalachicola -
of the Everglades National River is State National Park Service with the We have noticed demand for whole life has been a journey afar,
Park project was emphasized! by Park, named for conifer Florida Park Service and other books on good citizenship lately he has overlooked straight dealIng .
a rare ,
Vlnten In a recent visit at the head- these Our high school students have been
found in the agencies areas are now pub- he has warped laws tq suit
great quantities
quarters here when he described river which nowhere along else lic property and will be maintained -I Interested in the theme and there' his needs he has sought only fame
It as "a focal point of general development In the western grows hemisphere, Vin. for their use and enjoyment Is a state-wide contest Some have I I and wealth and he has found only
In Florida which, because ten declared. All are true sanctuaries, haven discovered the most Important stepIs the husks of thinfa.II A Far

of the presence of plant and The preservation of this of for all forms of wild life. Fishing cribbing from a fellow student, Country" Is not a new book, but It
animal life and geological formations And some have decided It Is an "
is under
the state has always been guardedby however, permitted Is a good book and anyone Interested ,
not existing elsewhere In the garden clubs and other Interested regulations of the state laws governing all right subject to write about but in good citizenship might .,
United States qualifies it u in such activities nothing to bring Into the life of a learn 4 few things. It portrays "'
organizations and, since the beginning -
area which demands preservation" of this state park movement "The fundamental approach to community. As one lad remarked life in the United State In an ear. gel

This park," he continued, "meets in Florida, the acquisition of planning In the development ofall : "Why brim that up now, when lIer period and pictures for us life 11
those requirements considered essential this tract has fulfilled the dreams the areas supervised by the _'ve come so far without It?"I as we find it todsy-except that ;.'4

In the classification of any of those who wish to see these rare National Park Service* Vlnten The question which puzzles some I we seem to have journeyed a 1It'f
national park Idea" of us Is, how far have we come?'
trees preserved. There are several stated, "Is controlled by principles tie longer In the "Far Country
There are, Vinton revealed, at hundred acres of high bluff of strict conservation of all So It seems a very opportune: we have lost a few more Ideals, we c'1i
this time areas now under develop. and river flood plain, beautifully n.turallorm. of animal and plant time to read "A Far Country," that havefound a few more husks. '
ment with a total of 33,000 acres, wooded with dense magnolia and life existing It is not the policyof novel by Winston Churchill published -I
the National Park Service to 1' back In 1913 It Is the
widely scattered over the state hardwood growth, which are being way ."
and particularly Interesting for made accessible for public use. disturb any natural conditions nor story of a man who wanders far Homestead High 4-II ClubBy
Introduce artificial features from the ideals of his
park purposes features to youth Hugh '"u
One of the most Interesting Mary Duncan
In these 11 Including "In other words, It Is considered Paret Is the son of an uprightcountry lAt
are major areas of this park Is the reconstruction _
fundamental that the display of lawyer and he has sucha
three parks within Dado of the old Gregory plantation I I ,
Cijunty Work In Royal Palm mansion whlth has been carefully undisturbed natural conditions receives keen eye for the le.alloop hole this weeks meeting the ;
much better public that he himself, becomes I treasurer that 1.38 had r
State Park, made available for Inclusion dismantled, transported across the a approval a successful reported $
In the Everglades National and Is more permanent in corporation lawyer He been made on the recent candy '"
Apalachicola River Is being
Park by the Florida State Federa- re-erected on a high bluff commanding effect than the changing of these I I marries and settles down In a com I sale Mrs Carlson gave out patterns ><'
tion of Women Clubs through conditions" I l'oMable little home and for a for what each girl had to Q
a view of the river and
Vlnten, who makes his while is happy But he accumulates make. 'I
which It was established, has been distant hills ,,
completed. Development is quarters at Scoring, came wealth and his wife is not I Those present were: Mrs. Carl- ; i
pro.ceeding One of the first ot the parks to head-I' '
In Math on Hammock Ina be put under development In this ami for an Inspection visit I much of a spender, he becomes attracted son, Mrs. Don Ferreyra, Thelma :

500 acre addition which provides plan which Is placing] Florida well parks within the county to another woman, the wife Radford, Annabel and Teresa ,it>'
bathing beach, boating facilities. confer with Conrad L. Wirth, assistant of a millionaire. He throws himself Redd, Beatrice Wilson, Norma,
In the .forefront ot the states with
picnic grounds and scenic hammock director of the National 1, into politics, is candidate for Eloise and Rachael Gossman, Lou '
a well planned park system Is the
land, and In Creynolds ParkIn ., Hlllsborough River State Park, Park Service who was here on his; governor He goes to hear one of Belle and Goldia Grennell, Mildred! : ,'I
the northern section of the coun- return to Washington, D. C., from. hU opponents speak. This and Margaret Filed, Mal 'Duncan '
started some two ago, the
years I Puerto Rico. man Herman Krebs, rouses Paret, and S. J. Crockford '
ty, all of the work being done by work being performed through the 1 i I :

C C C. men under the administration co-operation of the C. C. C. camp .1.
of the Rational Park Service assigned by the United States Forest Do Drop In

In co-operation< with the county Service Fire Control It is She-And when we're married,i HOMESTEAD HARDWARE CO. : }

system of parks of which A. D- already proving a popular area darling, well have a nice little .

Barnes is superintendent for outdoor recreation with facilities house right near mother, so she GENERAL HARDWARE f,JI":<
An appreciable increase In visitors for picnicking and nature can drop in any time
has already been noted each study The Hlllsborough River,I He --You bet. Well get one Phone 516-M Homestead, Fla. ;

month Vlnten reported, since the with its ulerd overhanging palm' right by the river.-Ex. I :

commencement of the work of restoration trees, its steep banks and with ,, [;1'T'T' '''''' ..,..... ..,..........." .,, r"""' ,..,, :"" -,. _. I:
In Fort Clinch State Parkat .T'T"TJ" "':;" ;:: "
several distinct rapids, Is different:
Fernadlna In the far northeast from most Florida streams Trails: ,

comer of the state have been located so that these

This community which dependson Interesting river features are accessible -
shrimp fishing for Its main industry to the public.
Vmten described as quaint Highland Hammock State Park, 1937 Auto License Tags :

ly interesting Old Fort Clinch a sub-tropical area, of 1300 acres,
is high In historic value for the has been made available to the i'i'I

state and was first established as public through the $350,000 gift of
one of a series of forts built under Mr. and Mrs John A Roeblingof

Spanish occupation from the Far ; Bemardsville N. J. followingan I
New England coast all along the Interest which Mrs. Roebllnf

coast line Into Texas. These took In the area after an airplane

forts, according to the national I trip over It on which she was accompanied -
park executive, have seen use for by her son, Donald, now on sale in ;
military maneuvers under the regimes of Clearwater I
of Spanish French, Mexican Adjoining Highland Hammock

Venezuelan, British and State Park, and being developed
American flags. through the same C. C. C. camp Homestead :
This park, which la expected to Is 1500 acre tract devoted to the

be one of the high spots of Interest, Florida Botanical Garden and Ar-'
In the state system, Is said also to I boretum which will be limited to
abound in scenic and recreational botanical and economic propagation -
values I and display of plant life '

Over In Clay County near I The Myakka River State Park, Applicants Must Bring Title :
Stark, is a 1400 acre area under of 28000 acres, near Sarasota, I 11

development known as Gold Head,. known as one of the outstandingwater
Branch State Park lying in the.1 fowl refuges eastof the:1' Certificates With Them
bill and lake section with a beau- Mississippi River, also possessing: .
tiful deep ravine about mile and other rich wild life values Facilities -' i.
: .
a half long It possesses several' are being created her*' for i .' a
fin lakes and Invites bathing,I nature study, picnicking fishing,
boating, horseback riding hiking. camping, all now under development Hours: 8:30-12 M. 1-5 Daily
picnicking and camping In a region, :
which Is distinctly In character': The state parks In Florida, Via"ten
from other slate parks.In. I declared, are being developedIn Saturday .Nights: 7-9

an area heretofore little. co-operation with the National

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.' Friday.December 4, 1936. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Seven .. j jt.

!. City was a Saturday guest at the|r, .
Sever home on Palm avenue. r'

f In and AroundHomestead I',. Mr. and on MI"IU Sunday Chandler Mrs. Chard entertained The Most Complete

I lees parent, Mr. and Mn. Edward AND FINEST STOCK OFWATCHES r
Marohn, and Mr. and Mn. P. A.
j i : Kingibury, all of Uleta. I

" I Mn. GertrudFuWer i
,i was a''
,, iMonday MIAMI "
IN ,
'ti 1 i j visitor of Mn. R. J. r
::' Mr. and Mrs L. B. Seminars announce Mill Denlz Morton, daughter of 1 herd and Mn. Ja. M. Shep-I (

,t the birth of a daughter In I Mr. and Mn. Ceo W. Morton, la .
'. University !Hospital Coral Gable recovering from a severe attack of Pennsylvania Mr. and Mn.who E. J. Reed of c;;] I wnlln.1 I 1 altham I !
named yesterday Wilma morning Diane. She hat been pneumonia.hospital She was from in the Friday PostGraduate way to Florida City to spend on their the

114 till Wednesday. winter have stopped at Jensen for

. of who I two week Mr. and Mn. Jensen PLAN YOUR ,XMAS GIFTS WITH A SMALL DEPOSIT
s Arthur Fogle Naranja were winter
Mill Sybil Snowden of Mobile, here last W
suffered shock and cuts about the )
( face in. an automobile coIllalollThul'ldB I IN Ala., arrived last week to assist 'ear.Mr.
in the Western Union office durin
of last .
night week wasdischarged
) and Mr*. Ceo- Todd of Hart-
A \ Monday from the PostGraduate the winter season.FL Ford,
i Conn., are now In Clear- Assortment of
Hospital to which he wash water where they will spend the
transferred, Friday from Kendall IDA CITY I winter.
.7. Mr*. W. W BeTery, terrwpenolelltIt
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Risk their II Mrs Lawrence Taylor and ,
!il I Lawrence, Jr. son have had In our 12 year in MiamiDIAMONDS
son Billy and daughter, Margaret of Miami t
Mn. Jesse Felton and Mr* Wm.
: and Allen, together with Mr*. Homestead visitors
Risk's sister, Mrs. Meta Stretch,I Brooks were hostess at a shower TaYlor' family Saturday The =
given seethe Brook horn Thursday Florida formerly raided r:=l r Thomas l
cam down from Belle Glade City
afternoon for Mr*. John Cook. Bulova i Hamilton I
Thanksgiving Day to visit Mr. and Clwka
Those invited were: Mr* O. Cloninger Mitt
Mrs. T. B. Grantham and other Ingaborg Mattaon returned -
Mn. E A. Warren, Mrs. J.
friends in Homestead and vicinity. Sunday from a Uy of several
Newton" Mr* W. W. Severe, Mn. month in Miami
R. W. Mullins, Mn. Carl Field "
Mr. and M.... A. R. Livingston.Mrs. Mr. C Phillips. M.... Ceo. Smith
Wm. Bradley, M... J. E.: Joseph Saco of Boston arrived
Mr*. Vamadoe Mr. Dora Tucker e NOVELTIES a SILVERWARE a JEWELRY
Gauzensv Mr*. Chu. Turner and Mr*. Ray Goodlng, Mrs. Odom Saturday for the winter.
,, Mrs. Ceo..W. Turner Jr.. from Ad Mn. J. Gollottescheck Mrs. Ellen
Astra Chapter of the O. E. S. and Walker Mn. Annie Scegel), and Florida City resident who spent Bass Co. -
Mrs r. E>Fennell and Mn. A. C.I Mrs Heffner. Sunday In Miami Included Mrs Jewelry
Albright from Naranfa Chapter Blanche Chapman and son, Fred-
attended the memorial services at I die, Mr. and Mn. W. W. Severy Ill EAST FLAGLER STREET. MIAMI !
Mr Clara Boat has returned,
day.Bifcayn) Temple in Miami Sun- ,I to her home in Daytona Beach I and daughters and J. A. Severy,

I ward Stillng. ; '"
Cleland Lawrence Is expected to I
return tomorrow from DamascusGa. I Barbara Lenore Hill ;, i
The F. E. C. Railroad station .
where he spent a week with
was opened Tuesday for the sea -----.1
his mother, Mrs. M. M. Lawrence.Mrs. .
ton. Joe F. Doxse la serving a* Richard Edward enjoYed SK
station agent i hunting trip Saturday night iJ
Chas. Sheldon and her IOn.
Bob, Mr*. John Aycock and her
Mr. and Mn. Johnny Becker Kathryn Cast visited at
son, Ben, and Bob Gone, all of
announce the arrival Monday I the home of Mr. and Mn. Wm. E J
;j, Atlanta visited from Wednesday | evening at the Jackson. Memorial, Morris la Miami,
until Saturdaywith Mr, and Mrs.J. !
H. Webster Hospital Miami, of an eight and
three-quarters pound ton. He MIA Gladys Anderson who has
has been named Charles Rlckart been working in :Miami spent the I
Miss Martha West of Memphispend, Thanksgiving holidays with her' t ,.

Teno., arrived Tuesday to ; Emil Griesbach arrived on Monday -' parent, Mr. and Mn. W. Anderson '
the winter with her parents Mr : from Colllngswood, Ont., ,of Redland Farm Life road.On ftAORyovu ITDtlCVl t;
and ),(ra. S. L. West, and with her Canada, to spend the winter herewith Tuesday she went to Fort Lauderdale S\" tovr. .l

: brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and r his parent, Mr. and Mrs. where she hat a new position.
Mrs;Dexter Home. I i Robert Griesbach.

Mr. and Mr*.';. T. Pickard. and I Mn. Arthur-Kesslnger and nesday George from Gramton Ocala returned where he Wed-bad r

< son." Eugene, and Ted Surges' of Mr. and Mn. Francis Freeman been visiting.
Omaha Neb., are guests of M n. I arrived Monday from Lewlsburg,

Pickard' mother Mn. Catherine W. Va., to visit at the home of "Bill hasn't done a stroke of
< Pickard, and her brotherinlawand Mr. and Mrs Boyd Cohemour and work all afternoon, !

'. *later. Mr. and Mn. T. DPlch Mr. and Mr*. Burley Dendy. "How do you bOIlI"I I ISherwinWilliams'

,- "I've been standing
Mitt Eloise McDavid of Plant Ing him."-Ex.
., Mr*. E. H Hiner left Monday I
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Galne vllle spent the Thanksgiving and keep looking nice '
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Pare MOM THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday.. December 4.1938

B ; .I Social Events in South Dade 1 1TWO


ARE HONORED of the church, was present at the MISS SHIRLEY KEITT IS I| L. W. Knight Mrs. M. M. Bigger, MR. AND MRS. FRANK WEBB
AT COUNTRY CLUB meeting and so was his sister Mr. BRIDE OF ELMER MARTIN I Mrs. Martin, Mrs Wise, Mrs. ENTERTAIN TEACHERS' CLUB

Mn. Herbert Turner and Mr*. Walter Scheffler. Miss Shirley Keltt of Homestead Cooch a new member, and Mrs. Five table of brlfige' were In
Burley Dendy were given a shower Members present were: Mn. A. wa married Saturday morningto Ben Young, a visitor. play when the Teachers' Club
at the Homestead Country Club M. Vivian Mr. Annie Messer- Elmer Lee Martin of Metropolis I Circle Two Which met with Mrs. met at the home of Mr. and 14....
Tuesday afternoon by Mr E. J. smith, Mrs. A. W. January, Mrs. IH, by the Rev. C. H. Condon In T. E. KIrby made plan to tend a Frank Webb Tuesday night Mr.
Dyal and Mn. L. B. Danty. Ceo. W. Turner Jr., M.... Fritz the parsonage of the Princeton I box of clothing to the Baptist orphanage and Mn. Bevo Webb won the
Bunco was clayed. Mn. Fielding I Jackson Mrs. H. J Armstrong, Nazarene Church. Mill Keltt' aj Arcadia. A book review high score prize In the club and
A Ruff won the high score prize; Mn. Geo. E. Deuel and Mn. Ceo. mother, Mrs. Alice Keltt wa present will be started at the next Mr. and Mn Carl Deden. the high
Mn. Joel 3. Robinson the low; W. Turner, Sr. at the ceremony. meeting, it was decided. core prize for guest

and Mr*. Hunter Hardin, the The bride wore a rust crepe The hostess served apple pie, Members present were: Mr. and
floating prize. JACK McMICHAEL HONOREDON dress with brown accessories: and cheese, coffee and punch. Mn. W. R. Bird, Mr. and Mrs.J. .

Pie and coffee were served- THIRTEENTH BIRTHDAY her mother wore a blue wool crepe Those present were: Mn. Bert H. Webster Mr. and Mrs- Geo.N. .

Present besides those named Mr*. Wm. McMichael gave a dress with blue accessories. Andrews, Mrs. Emma Wright, Mn. Wakefteld Mr. and Mn. Bevo
were Mn. Harold Oxford, Mn. party Saturday in honor of the Mn. Martin was born in Homestead H. C. Reid, Mn. Homer Davis, Webb and the host and hostess.
Fred Kufeldt M.... J. S. Horton, thirteenth birthday Anniversaryof and attended the Homestead Mr. Lee Fread, Mn. H. C. Redin, Guest present were: Dr. and
Mn. Ceo. M. Sonnlchsen, Mn. Leo thi-lr ton, Jack. schools. I Mrs. Ore Frailer Mrs.. J. C. Vann, Mn. Frank Hausman Mr. and
Bishop, Mn. J. D. Perkins Mrs. After a aeries Of Interesting Mr. Martin has been pending his Mrs. Annie Butler, and Mrs. Kir- Mn. Geo- M. Frlck Mr. and Mn.P. .
Pauline McConnell, Mrs. Paul Reynolds games had been played cake and winter in Homestead since 1921 B. Bird Mr. and Mn. C. H.
Mn. Wm. M. Johns, Mn. cocoa were served and marshmallow H* 1* employed by Chai. Topplno by.Mrs.. W. E. Lewis and Mn. C. R'JUce Stef/anl and Mr. and Mn. Deden.
R. O. Huff. M... W. B. Caves I
Jr. were roasted. M a mechanic. conducted a study count on
Mn. L. T. Proctor, Mn. R. O. Wal- assisted! They are making their home "The Gate of Asia" at the meeting DOROTHY MARIE AVERY
Mm. McMichael by
ser, Mn Ceo. W. Turner, Jr., MnClaude Miss Winell Cooley wa with Mrs Keitt at 111 S.W. Second of Circle Three at the home HAS TWO CELEBRATIONSLittle
Campbell, Miss Pearl Whit- street of Mn. Lewi Dorothy Marie AVlr)''*
aker, Miss Ellen Huff, Miss Cath- Others present were: Beatrice I second anniversary was celebratedat
Those present Included: Mrs. H.
erine Murphy, Miss Anne McCon- Wilson WUda Bate, Wanetta
Koestllne W Jeannetteand FORMER RESIDENTS OF CUBA, Collier, Mn. Mae King, Mn. Harry a turkey
nell, Miss Marguerite Wollam, Miss va Horton I Day at the home of her uncle and
Cooper Mn. J. R. Pope Mn.
Mary Bradley and Miss Thelma Annette Campbell Mary Ellen HAVE THANKSGIVING PARTY
aunt the Rev and Mn. E. L.
N. Mn.
C. Walker Mary Fetich,
Turner. Gay, Marjorie Lewis, Nina Bul- Mn. H. M. Klnsey of
Pearce of Miami Springs. Her
Mn. S. S Beam Mn. J. Tom
Those who sent gifts were: Mr. lard, Frank Blllelo, Edward Kirby, Cuba, was I visitor at,Alarrobo'j I Vann, Mr*. Rice and Mn. Lewis. parents, Mr. and Mn. J. W. Avery,
Ovid Sullivan, Mn. 3 B. Spark- Harry Martin, Preston Bird, D. Land Mahan home and her paternal grandmother
man, Mn. Marvin Shaw, Mrs. T.' Harry Bowen and Jimmie McConnelL Thursday of last week. Circle Four which met at the Mn. M. M. Avery, also were preterit
J. Walker. Mrs. J:. A. Buchanon,' Also Mr. and Mrs- Wm. Carleton I home of Mrs. Catherine Pickard
Mn. Augustus Wynn, Mrs Bruce I I enjoyed a Christmas program Asa
Miami and their son, Daniel That evening another celebrt- ,
Ennli, Mn. J. B. Cohernour, Mrs.J. GIRL SCOUTS TO WORK and Mr. and Mn Welty Comptonof i devotional Mn. Pickard read Lion wa held at the home of her
R. Bird Mr*. Tom I..Harris, AT Tint: BUILDING Palm Beach, were present for : the Christmas story, led 'In the maternal grandparents, Mr. and
Mn. E. r. Dandy Mn. A. W. the repeating of Christmas carols and
usual Thanksgiving basket Mn. Frank Bernecker of Silver
The Homestead CM Scout will
Hutchinson Mrs. r. L Sklner, Miss meet at 1:30: tomorrow morning at dinner at the Mahan home: offered prayer. Palm, in honor of three birthdays- {
Oleula Dendy, Mia France Dorsey Other numbers of the program
Baby Dorothy', Mr. Bernecker'sandd
the home of Mn. Frank Skill, their
and Misses Alice and Grace were "A Trip to Palestine," Mrt.A. Mr. McNulty's.Othen .
captain, to study Ire building. CHRISTMAS IS THEME
Hobson. J. Van Marter; Christmas missionary -
Each girl Is supposed to bring or W. M. U. MEETINGSThe present were: Mr. and
reading, Mn. Holllster Mn. Fritz Rutzke and children,
either I hatchet or a pocket knife. '
four circle of the Woman' Edgar
Sage; "Christmas Prayer, by Schulz
W. M. .. FORMS Mr. and Mn. Walter Fritz
At Tuesday' meeting at the Missionary Union of the First
NEW Guest, Mn. B. F. Collier; and Ernest Bernecker and Mr. and
Skill home a study of the spatho-, Baptist Church held their indi- Christmas poem Barbara Jean :
yearly changing around of dea tree was made.. The Blue' vidual meeting Wednesday after- Smith; Dickens' "Chrlatma Carol", Mrs. Avery.

members of the various circle of Jay patrol It was found had located noon. Mr*. C H. Rice; "The Little Gray .
the Woman' Missionary Societyof the most epathodea tree I Circle One, which met at the Cottage," Mn. T. D. Plche. 0. E. R. TO ELECTOFFiCERS.TONIGHT" "" II

the Homestead Methodist : about town. I home of Mn. L, A. Wise, decided Home made cake and punch wen .
Churchwas made at I meeting of Merle Jenkins the hostess, served to have a Christmas party. Mn served bjr the hostess. Ad Astra Chapter of the O. X- 8.
the society In the church Tuesday Ice cream and cookies. Margaret Wise led the devotional and Mn: Present were: Mrs. R. E. Edwards will hold it* annual election of officers -
afternoon. A* I name wa calleda Lawrence it wa announced Chas. Martin conducted the mission Mn. J. R. Byrum Mr*. S. tonight In the L O. O 1'.
number was drawn from a small will be the next hostess. study.Thise H. Fitch, Mn. Harry Hall, Mrs. hall at I p. m.
Christmas tree and this number Two new members were present present were: Mrs. C. R. A. D. Smith, Mn Julia Polk, Mrs.
designated the circle to.which the Grace Cray and Ltllle Mae Bigger, Mn. W. B. Myrick, Mn. Judson PIckard of Omaha, Neb., A rummage ale will be conducted -
member was to be assigned.The Campbell. The others present c. E. Saunders, Mrs. frank N. Mn Piche, Mn. Van Marter, Mn. by the Areme Club In the Fredserlck
meeting wa opened with a were: Mrs. Skill Miss Kathryn:. Irwin, Mrs. Pete Morgan Mrs. W. Sage, Mn. Collier, Mrs. Rice and building on North Krome
hymn after which Mrs. J. J. Mo- Thelsen, Elizabeth: Skill Margaret R. Cheshire, Mrs. O. A. West, Mn. the hostess. avenue all day Saturday,
Lendon read the 4th Psalm and Lawrence, Ruth Owens Dolores ,
Mn. J E. Davis led in prayer. A Papy, Mary.France Rutland Bar-
reading "A Dream by a Lady"was bara Bigger, Vara Rheney, Merle '
given by Mn. P. B. Bird. Jenkins, Elizabeth Jan Buck,!1
Others present were Mrs. Ma- Dorothy Sullivan, Catherine I
tilde William, Mrs B. O. Branch Craves, Marlon Edmonds, Athley I 18 Prizes Given Away at
Mn. J. L Ballard Mts. Motile Kemp, Mary Jo Close, Vida Clarke
Wlngate, Mrs. Ceo. Hanson. Mrs and Betty Ann Marshall
L L, rleld. -Kra. Robert Glenn I

Mr*. Vlvan Booth, Mn. H. M.
Olbba, Mrs. Dave Williams, Mn.Wm. THE DIXIE DRUG
Nolan, Mrs. Johd Williams CARE :
Mr*. A. A. Koetllne. Mr*. A. S.
Moye, Mrs. Sam Davis, Mrs. C. B.Bentley .

Mn. J. A.. Mrs.McNelll.Edw Mrs. J.CapUnger W. Eng., }f/l and BeautyTrue Here are the boys and girls

lish Mrs. Aken and Min Jennie competing for the bicycles,
beauty demands
LobdelL the best of care at all a _. dolls and other prizes in the ,
time. Whether you Boys' and Girls' Contest .Mi lam's

TURKEY DINNER AND WHITE wish I wave, a facial ning at the DIXIE DRUG.rte'
ELEPHANT SALE ANNOUNCEDA a manicure, or any of 7}
Pick favorite and work
turkey dinner will be served the other essential aids I your
by the Ladles' Aid Society of the to beauty, you'll find i for him-or nominate any

Redland Community Church In the skilled operators at I child you want to and help
Pat' Beauty Parlor 2' /
the clubhouse of the Woman'sClub I'
him win of the fine.
of the Redland Thursday needy to verve you one ,
evening at 1 o'clock. quickly at any time. I prizes being given away

Another feature of Interest planned Iraole. Spiral a4 Christmas morning at the h M,,
for the same evening will be Combination
I sal of whit elephant that have PERMANENT WAVES I
been doaated-by the members and r
their friends. Aprons, also, will be Prices $5, $6, $7

old. PAT'SBEAUTY Boys Girls
Final plan for the event weremade I .
at a special meeting of the .
PARLOR harry Bowen Jackie Jennew Phena AlfonsoMargaret
Marjorie Fogle
society; at the borne of Mrs Too.
I Brewer. Phone M". Hen ..... Bobby Brandenburg Billy Jacobs Bullard Virginia Billiard

The Rev. C. O. Kelson pastor I Chas Bernecker Chas. Goasnuut. ", Jackie Buck Alene Koesline
James Cash Jr. John McLean. Betty Byrum Betty Catlln
Marilyn. Bethea Marcia Oaiuen
I Wilbur' Caves. _ti;.Idi117Party yK Margjref Barnes Martha.Ana Lindsay
Annie Mayhew FitzpatrickGraduate Floyd rO.1e Gene Reynolds Connie Campbell Dolores Pappy
Dale Faust Steve Robert Thelma Chinnen Ardel Pal-man

David Frederick Cart Smith Mary Jo Close Joy Peters
Oberlin Conservatory and Royal Billy Hutchinson Billy Van Louise DearlngFrance Barbara Jean Smith
Foster Virginia StudstlU
Conservatory of Leipzig


Redland Road, Near BIscayne Drive Phone 1422 J i[


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,I GinS playlet.PLAYLETA "The Three Gifts,' I WE HAVE SO MANY TOYS WE (

,::1 Social Events I: was Mrs presented A. F. Arthur by Mrs, Mn L. J.V.Pact N HAD TO PUT UP A TENT I \$

Harris and the ReV E. L, Neaxu I
In the First Presbyterian Church i Sears' Mammoth ;
P a* part of a Auxiliary program devoted -
i LEGION AUXILIARY benefit bridge party to be held j to the interest of aged anc:
! r ASK FOR NEW MEMBERS: Dec. 15, in Legion hall. : retired minister :Mrs. Harris I

Each member of the Womall"r Mr*. Suber won the mystery was program leader Circus.1'I ,
John O coffee I Other present were: Mr D. P Toy
Auxiliary of Sally Postof package Cake and were
the American Legion b talcedI served. Blake Mrs R. Y. Burr, Mrs R
membtn This !Trotter, Mr*. I N Cay, Mrs. a A.I
obtain new
to help
Those present were: Mrs. Bob ,
Oatlin, Mr Paul Haley, Mrs
taken at a meeting of
Mrs .
Harris Wren M. Johns.MrsCca ,
Uh* Auxiliary in Legion hall Wednesday F Darling. Mrs. J. M. Holferty Will be evening until Christmas beginning -
W Turner, Jr., Mr Albert and Mrs. Dray J open every ,
night.Announcement. Mayhem, Mrs. Lulu Oliver Mrs 'I
was made that, Suber, Miss EstU Turner and ; next Monday
two dollar had been sent to Misses Esther and Helen Livings
district headquarters to be put In I ton. BOY SCOUT SIGNALSBy I )
Cbrlstmai fund to buy gift I tor P. B. Bird Jr. Real Live Animal Circus
I veteran In hospital throughout 125 HEAR PROGRAM

the country OF YOUNG PEOPLE UNION I We're about to lose our truck.I Monday Night at 7:30
at the meeting- :
Present were
Over hundred
one twenty-five W* owe 140 still on it and well
Mrs J. A. Smith Mrs. W. H. Sheffield people from .
young eight young have to get a license soon so that I
Mr Lamar P. Kendrick, people church organization at-
make $60 in all If you would
Mr (]eo. W. Turner,Jr., Mn Wm. tended the meeting of the Redland like to donate anything from $80 to I The Streamlined ;
3 Oronlmo and Miss Ruth Fox. District Young People Union at 1 cent It'* O K. with us.
the Homestead Presbyterian We went on a camping trip the Commodore Vanderbilt M
AREME CLUB FLANS I Church Sunday night Miss Friday after Thanksgiving and
I FOR BENEFIT PARTIES Eleanore Holferty, president of the had good time. W* hair a new
| A benefit party for Christmas Christian Endeavor Society of that place to camp. It is an old two-
Week! was planned at in Areme church, presented the program. story house out on Halnlln drive- Electric Train
I Club-meeting at the home of Mti Announcement wa made that One boy got mad because his (
VrreA Sober Friday afternoon. The caroling practice will be held at big brother spanked him and was
| party will be held at the home of the Homestead Baptist Churchon lying over crying and somebody
the Misses Either and Helen Livingston Dec. 22 and that a caroling party threw his pants in his fice Not
| i* scheduled for 10 p. nv Christmas knowing whose pants they were
: Plant were made also for a Eve and a New Year's watch he threw them in the fire. How-
I ... party and service will be held on ever, they were rescued by Dopey
I ._' ,","". the grounds of the Presbyterian Dolar with only the pockets burned -
... Church on New Year's Eve. out.
The Calendar

Des 4...Ad Astra Chapter'elec-
tlon of officer! In I. o. O. T ball
at 'p.'m.Dec. !I thENK
\ Episcopal Woman's vDESIGNED
Auxiliary fastness meeting fol I
towing corporate communion at,
Dec. 4-Sacred Heart dinner COMPLETE WITH TRANSFORMER
J and ba...,- ., J
Dec. 5-Areme Club rummage '
i ale la Fredericks building
f.f.Dee, 7-11u.lne. meeting of 429
Home- r

f Dec. Meeting of South Dade
I f Garden Club at Butler Hotel. ChHi-ehBg-ckvg. H', the ComaMdoc Vanderbilt freight train
Dec. Homestead P.-T. A.meeting' .
Putting through twa Any boyll cut a thrill ant af apenUng this l'
in Neva King Cooper iwa*4. ewiCrol .-..., electric freight trala. Marl aad reverse
school at 2;30 p. m.
Dec. Episcopal Woman's AND ENGINEERED tt at say petal I. the IM-faMh! track. Equipped with aUeaa bear-
Inn. Lithographed metal freight can aaa4e .f tardy heavy
benefit atc
Adxlllary bridge party
rUauaman home at 2:30: p. m. to bake hetter. ta broil better i gauge atecL Ha track whistle and ehtetrle headlight .. IMOtnoUve. -
Dec. I Meeting of Laymen'r A real\ value.DIONNE.
j League at Wakefield home. Cooking become carefree certain In results i

l I Dec 10-Redland Ladies' Aid -when you modernize your kitchen with a new
r turkey dinner and white elephant Norge Electric Range. Everything to make cook.
jal*at g p. to QUINTUPLETS
Dec. 10-W, M. U. meeting In log easier more comfortable-everything to Increase -

f l church: efficiency, economy, long life- everything
: Dee ID-=Woadnien'. Circle to add to the beauty tad appearance of the Norge
meeting In r O O.' r hall at 8 DOLLS
; p 'm. llectric: Range ha been thought of; worked out

: Dec. 10-H: H. S. play, ""The to a perfection that place these pew range fat '
.I Whoofenproof 8 p. m. In Neva.l ahead of Jtoy pose lave Over looked at. Come in to o R1h
!l King Cooper School auditorium
f Dec. 11-Areme Club election tee them today Electric choking is fully perfectedin 95c
,f of officers at Wm. M. John home. these new Norge Electric Range A generous
Dec. It-Meeting of Woman' makes
Norge purchase plan them easy to buy
| Club of Homestead. t
Dee. 1J-Meeting of Woman'st to iVx

t t Club of Redlaadk .'AND :CSTSN[N, OOLER '
Dec. lrW U S. circle meet r 'gy'p
..Inaa.Dee. 695each!
H-Ar IM' Club benefit O ,
party at American Legion hall ULTRA MODERN IN

.ass 4 41 Sold
'- apse a-.... s.-s.-r Separately
t d C09111" u. Or in Set of 5

-1 M* Slow liar 0- Completely Dressed -.' i
W glee reayu eeare Geed, "

the genniae -FatH> Composition

,EUGENE Permanent .- '. Bodies)

,I Soil. ...| _-......., Prat.he"d dome With* Real
'"" not hMfcag cwlt-.aW she f Hair
bi.defape.aas....- r .
>Aa For we do gtmite* Eiijtoe five little aMera Xe. have .... kw reallsUeally beautiful
waving. wilt taalM oasis.lathe. I these Dtonn ejaiBtupMa an paw you aee them lev yewnelf.
.. Let .. .--- .- I All daintily dressed IB Uoe-trlmmed ergaWy frocks with _leil-
heir tot she --. with aaSiml I fag kaoaela. smdlea seeks sad 111_ Larger she ge te llee\
Mduljf lorn ud bow
o as tw6sed.a.ck arts!

I Bush's Barber Shop

h &Beauty Parlor 886 I I I 1936 wet.e.rs
Mn. Tracy ChJnners, Prop.
'I 'I Just, Ilia to 14th BU, Miami
Mto Lone ,
; Brew..Operater MS N.Irma Avenue --: Caves Building

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Pace Ten THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday. December 4, 1936

,.. ..... .,. .,,,.,,.,'",.,., ..,. .,. .,. Christmas flowers In art. These:
I ate being made out cellophane All You Want
HOMES us H and colored papers, I FEDERAL
I NEWS to Eat
Miss Ray's class has put up .1 INSURANCE
!I poster on which are pasted they I
Editor 50c
i stars received in music. This class I FOR YOUR

-_..-...___- ............._...........,'._............._.."......_....,.-..,..._.._...........,-...-...'._...._....."._-_-...._.........__._.---..-_.............___ I! also has a very good English habit t
i iI 1 poster up In Its room. The bul-1; SAVINGSNew Oar family style meals are
The school art classes Mrs. Webb's flttft was
high are I I fnde ,
letin boards are-being and served with some talks especially -
molding heads out olctoy sorry to lose Ethritfge Shores who doable
marionette Plan giving protection -
-... 0e molding the : has geM to anWber 1II cool. the children are very glad work-1! la mind.
irk I deserves attention -
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facet to different characters I Mrs. Thurman'i class Is
Yea yourself from
wolf a* Rdhnsort'CTiiso, BlueBeard In Mb Dt I'IeY'1 fourth f grade, Ing on a Christmas unit and I Is busy I from Investor
and Gooseberry Mandrtn Anne RheAey won a box of stationery making Christmas decorations for heaped up platters of meat and
who I I. a character In a Japanese for having the best Florida the room. I a generous variety of vegetables,
play notebook In the class John Taylorwas I I __ Regular dividends aa earned, cooked good old southern style.
given a picture of the Bok !I Mrs. Edwards' pupils are very I, plus Insurance of savings Dessert and Iced tea or coffee
In physical education the fifth tower, one of the Interesting spotsof proud of the nice big fish bowl !' against loss up te SS.OOv by the
cost nothing extra.
for his nice notebook. which Mrs. Bullard gave them. Federal Loan Insurance >
and sixth period classes have completed Florida. savings
I I I They are working hard on booklets
their volley ball tournament Corporation.
I Chicken $1.00SEMINOLE
of the clean-up unit during
In the fifth period Team Mrs. Fitleld's fourth grade Is I I ,
Two was victorious and in the I making covers for science booklets I their art period.- I Ask foHbooklet. I
sixth period Team One was victorious in the art period. The scene j I Miss Jackson's; first grade hat HOTEL
The tournament ended on the cover is of the earth, sky decorated the bulletin boards with First Federal Savings &
the volley ball season and now> and planets The title of the '| tinker toys and ships with three I DINING ROOM k,
basket ball it atarting. booklet ti "Changing ;arth." pretty red smoke stacks which Loan Associationof ,
they made during the art clan. I
The sanitation class: If studyingthe > Severn) of th >other elementary They have a good list of reading Homestead Mn. CUM! Joiner Proprietor !
Importance ot water and the trades are making holly and other habits on the black board. I I
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sources of water. It la also study-
Ing the Homestead water supply !

The students are very glad that t atbi Pat& 2 11 2 1 i (
Mia. Scott it able to be back in I
school after a couple of days of I I I.
Illneu.MR .

"1 felackb"urn'i' claaa to sorry ,.

that Denese Morton II 111 with i
pneumonia and It has aent her '" .

some flower, ONNq

Mm Rutland substituted n few r Co'"Por.cI
days this week during the absence r to fith.
ot Miss Hayden who is 111 ; t you v.
We hope. that she wllll soon be at>\ did yov .,. gOro'I I
g. .
to be back with us again. .

Mr. Lucas' class hopes that An. k quicker slam,
nip Laurie Willis who has been ib lng., 87 %

sent fur the past two week will ((21 fast "'f
soon be back In school She stuck "r pickup ,)
a fish hook In her foot 80(3) '% i

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The Interior decorating clan Plower i
\ Is studying beautiful proportionin On hHisp 72
furniture and harmony of %. >
linns. It Is studying also the correct
decoration on furniture !and P.rfoa'roUnd'
wood Inlays which are called mar m10At.? .

quetry. : .1

The tenth grade in home economics _.
this week prepared veal ,
cutlets, mashed potatoes and Ira !!

will vy. and visit bran the Homestead muffins. Thin Grocery class 1214 motorists in 14 cities tested a "mystery"'

meat market this W18k..tG.._ and; .

study the.. -: "t"I'.r the hleth various grade cuts this' of week meat prepared -. I gasoline. 95 % .of them proved that it{:gave .I better ",

as breakfast--it la create studying of wheat,food suitable with dates*for j'' .performance than the gasoline they had=Heen'.. using;:. -

The following classes are plan I ''

Mr ring Uj Becke have'r a eleventh half-holiday grade today, Mr.: This"mysteryg< &=} e"noch.i.

Moomaw's tenth grade and Miss t tHaydtin'
eighth grade. .

I' VI, SA1BOLT' C0 Tvetdlegu lb..d velsdegl.c.F.eRhruwwr *'fa>a' I I.
Several l
school new pupils entered fifthgrade 1 unu noW tab_,etroJna /' tUimtl-lt who Blue Sunoco brings you giUoMof this*"mystery! guolioe. TWa
Monday. They are: '; A r.e.galwd'\I o.a in the mow complete, the mow daring lest they waist out to MM"it. ttttr,'thr wen
Billy from
Gray Chicago
and Bill GetUIY that we lines ::.u.. tot ever devised for any guolioetHOW atksi!(ordnlr bonett,candid ioes.Memtlvlsg
Johnson from North Carolina : II to
1'bIt 01 v
01 The c1JuIIII ...per "* an the (...,...The mtements of those aw .
third Blanche
; trade Johnson .uIi
from North Carolina; second '" ts" ana weld 1Ia- THIS TEST WAS MADE sonata who were;already wing Blue Saaocahive

grade,Helen Johnson from North' Ila- IWSCO..w.abor.1OIY ana ,- .We employed the services of the Ross' beer omitted tram he tom halos ;

Carolina.DR.M.A.BERGEK. I '11Uil1.raOtlo : v.-oIae.,1I pcJ\Ilat Federal lUxirch Corp.-an entirely independent BLUE SUNOCO WINS AGAINST 54 ,
II that .. ,..peal.
I bath prond Tub Ia ?. fact-finding organiniloa. Upkoowa OTHER LEADING BRANDS OF
taotot "sou
J\ue Sunoco OHIO "which .1110 our own employees, this or
except ice the bias tll\.aatiala I>f tau 'ts (soliiaoa sent Its men out into the iigb- GASOLINE'f i
I Gained to .toy "Cobol. \oW..... ways sod byways ot (uurttta ciliti-lir(< la this remarkable tea, Blue' Sunoco was 1
Dentist taking put 111':: pedortDaDoe 01 the and until-from MstucbuMtts to Virginia compared with $4 otber makes. ot gasoline ,
r alone tICt sod wtuwsrd. ntra-priced, regular-priced, cul-prlce&
gasoline ta any way- The 1214 motorists who took part .la tie d
36 N. Krome Avenue I
WE LEFT THE BLUE OUT OF ten didn't know which gasoline they were t

UpstairS' BOSS fttIIBAL BLUE SUNOCO Mttacdon't know, eves yet,. _ntil floe I IttT11I'
nOW read this .
CON'OMTl014 This was lo prenem Identification..... report.95JCOFTHESI
Office Hours 8:30-1:30 slA11 c
knows fII\J.allatklS\ wise, this gasoline was regular Blue Sunoco MOTORISTS PROVED
OPEN KVEMXC8 I ......c1JuIIII sod the certificate to the left, made by .oiodepcadeal THI SUPERIORITY Of BLUE
81 Arl'OlsnIK I W.witnessed the so a\Ia thM* drove to testing laboratory, proves It. SUNOCO IN ALL-AROUND PERFORM.

It the tetla.r7 aD tb1 t wl' all\aI. one ANCE. THIS BEYOND QUESTION

r lla r deral.s"01a bN. ...... O'e..1I, .044gave WHO TOOK PARr IN THIS TEST RANKS IT AS AMERICA'S OUTSTANT>

MIMI "".' esstaMw gala" cI Blue SuryO p'ptosiJllatel1' More than twelve. hundred motoriits.peopleVita ING MOTOR FUEL AT ANY .PRICE.tdenQtlrl .

b'plw cube : osy cllIa- ; ... yourieu; workmen
ONLY : e.. a..Ji4tacl. elosw aid the VII is them and clerk, housewives
KONKEY 010 ant pullpIIIt and doctors business e.-

JUNGLE 1st ,, raw taw : ecutives and oihers, were NLU
Woo lid prate and .. asked lo sty this "Byftety"fuoline. /
IN THE U.S. .... tsbatedo .
Ib- ..:.-. Yl. t ass 01 '"
pbI..cI tx.dd7 t t>" noses Tbey came from all walks NBC
Halalla Delve west .,... -:Ib\II .dedles ajOi' el lift la all makes of on.
.f Nassau Read I\Q-' The guollee was drained

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_6 ida/< December 4. 1986 .. THE ; ENTFRPFtQ, Pare Eleven

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... .. ..... INIL ten (:IRCU1:{ f tAL comwoF CIRCUIT Tom IN ROVE! CLASSIFIED ADS

Joseph R.U. Complainant va Par| THEATRE
I-:Morning sermon Oalatl. and hi. ...,.. Hor.no. P. Gala.li. RATE: Pint Insertion I0# a line; subsequent insertion

e Race of the Christian Nicholas P. Harrui and hi. wife. BaoiU MHarrli I COCONUT GROVE a. a line
I' George J. RamMy Joanne Delta. show 7 and t Admission I5cMatlaee ___ __- j !
are Jfe"; evening sermon: "M.. Oammfrrlal. Bank Trust Company. nTnatoa .
Need of the Saviour" and Miami Rank a Trust ('ampatf SaL and Sun.. 200 '

.1. Dee.Pr.er meeting aob : .w Truatea' Dafmdania Mortgage '' 'p.m. 1I 1 FOR RENT I FOR SALE Chavote 7Sc II J
t ""
I dot Chinese spinach 8c Ib
; ;
"Cholce" NOTICE: OF SALE: t
I Notlo. to koraby dm that Under nnd kylrta I' Sunday. Mondays Iwe. 6. 1 FOR RKNT-Upetaln apt on I, tree spinach lie lb.; lemons 25! I

sat .01 h.aelosurs of the authority estmMd Q of ono UM 01 final the l.docraoot ..._ JEAN ABTIIIR I Klnn Highway S. H. Fitch I dot; okra market price; carlt<." 1\

tad ISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH the Check Court In and for Dad. Ooun JOEL McCREA i (p d U) I jelly Mr*. Oeo W. Koeel Sr :

Dee <- Lruon sermon te. oat rida. on UM lltk Mm Juno. ItSTIn ,, la"Adventure Plummer Dr. and Redland Rd.
18, "God I caruln oauM court p.nlIm i
ople: be Only Cause
hi whirl Joaopk C. Raw la the com i in Man- FOR SALE OR ftINT-10 acre i .
,Ie. and Creator* plilnant and Pow Oalatla and WM.., ..- : truck and chicken farm. MarlIloll I FOR SALE Isle of Pine grapefruit -
anna P. Oalatta. Nicholas P. H.. and '
ret. wtfa Bomb M. Han*. Gaonta J. Raja 1 hattan"I I fruit tree, good buildings; I I 7Jc 1 bushel; Joe a dozen

.t ST. JOHNS EPISCOPAL lay James Dalton Commercial Bank a I j )'ftI"1' rant $150 ft mile east of Mr. Eva Collins, Biscayne drive ;

CIILRCIIDee Trust Rink and Company Treat Company M Truato.M T.and.....Miami.. .....1 Turn.. Wed.. Dee. t, > i I Krome ave., H mile South of'I' and Federal Highway A postal :

Dee at It the defendants I. H. H. Eyloi. the special f I CLAIRE TREVOR ;I Epmore drive. Jacob Hack 61 I: card will bring it to your door
b'e mouser. appoiated by the court to make UMMO
m. elL of UM ptDtMrty Involved In this foro-, PAUL KELLYIn I N. B. 14th St. Miami! (pd d 11) ( nCtf :
stations, will offor for .... Under UM I'
' term of the final dorm In this cause at
fOME. TEAD METHODIST public outcry to the highest and brat ben.1'' "Sons! and Dance Man" TOMATO LAND lit Allapattah FOR SALE--Ripe orange, tangerines :

4 m CHURCH d.r for cash at the Muth door of the County i i in. Gardens section farmed in tomatoei ] grapefruit, fryers, IRKS :
Dad. ,
Court HOUM at Miami County .
v. I Bee Mornlnr message: Florida. on the tth day of January 1017 1 ...*.. Fit. Dec. II 11 : three yen ago, now hat Dr. Shanklin Grove H mile
i."HfenUmen. : evening between the .hour of II M A M and 2 ,Ice I myrtle growth Kent II per acre | west of Florida City. (o30-tf)
p. M. the MOM MM a total Mia day and
: "Scriptural Lamliter"I Uw hours being the legal hours u' .. .. GENE RAYMOND per year. Other land entirely I
6er Special miulo by the. following pnporty described In Mid I cleared I1Q per acre D. E. Allen. SPECIAL Baby chick -- Red-.
jaunt peoj In ,
final do>n a. tossup I
1 Rock Buff $850 10)
Miami Phone 2-5897 pel
j ,Ie" choir North Half |NH) of the BouthaaatQuarter I I "The Bride I I
> of DM NonboMtduar Scherr Feed and Supply Store.
ST I.: study IRK 4> I
: Wednesday tar |NFU of Section Twenty.thro.Ill I Walks Out" FOR RENT-4-room house, two (030 It)
). Townahlp M Booth Range II '
Fast, and the outhwo.1 Quartet: I screened porches, running water !
i "' ( wm of Nprthwmt Quarter sat. Dee. 11 garage, fruit MANGO CHUTNEY 3c an oz. or
.fi- : ; ;METHODIST INWUI af a-.... Twonty-foar tilTownSilp I I W V; 3V: a pint. Jungle Grove.
couple Apply Sjvery.l I
II South, Rant. *1 Ra.t HUNTER"Yellowstone"
I HENKt; : '
CHURCH contain In* ti ...... mare ur lorn. all Redd'i Dry Cleaner <
.. .*-Machine service la Dada County Florida .. ta MUM W M GUAVA JUICE 11 per gallon
of ncord la the Office of the !
appears Jungle Grove, Redland
r a& bight by pastor. I Clark of the Circuit Court I* and for I I
I Dada County I FOR SALE Guava, Be lb.. only
Dated at Miami" Dado Coanty Florida I
SILVER: I PALM METHODIST I tub MM are day of Dormbm, IMIH. I 1 SALE Shetland saddle j in small quantitlet Jangle
CHURCHDec. I' Special Muter In Ch.n...,.. I II LEGAL NOTICES and bridle. M. A. Berger Grove, Redland.
-Morolnr ecrcDM kr RRnnCARN dt FERR.KLL | II
Selkhtarm for Com.Icla.n1ID. 1'' :NOTICE: 0' APPLICATION FOR TAX (cU-11) CARI-iSAS, lOc qt CUTTINUS
eveningsermon by .. 1..11. I'. 1a. III'. Jan. I. tilt) DEED
and SMALL for MleMr .
Percy \\'hlhl..rth. (....... Bill No. IMI FOR SALE Kohler light plant. PLANTS
Dee I IN THE CIRCUIT COUNT OF Till: NOTICE I* HEREBY GIVEN that I D. *. Geo. W. Ko el, Jungle
1 _
Adult Fellowship I 111 volt, 2.000 watt Leo Ber-
KLRVRNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF LIB bold of *uu and County Tax Cor.
Redland and
Grove road
troop meeting, cowered dtahtopper. FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADS COUNTT feint No. Samoa baud the Ilk day ofAIKU.I necker, Krome ave. & Silver Plum
IN CHANCERY NO Mill I IEu. A. D. IMI has fll.... mme In myflic ,
._ O Hicks. plaintiff ... LoU Wll. ,* *. and tans made application. for a Palm drive. (pd 18) GLADIOLUS BULBS Plcnrdy.
t ion Hlcka dofondant. Ordor for Publlcation -I II tat dome to ba bled the..... Said Carlldeaw I
I the most spectacular and moat
I I omkraeoi the following doMrlbrdroporty
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN ,I' In the of Dado, state of FOR SALE Household furniture beautiful gladiolus
d DILL FOR VOUCH: AND INJUNCTION > County I ever produced. -
\ CHURCH I It .,,corms ky t davit filed la ten Florlla U .wlt: rug. electric refrigerator stoves. Flesh to salmon pink color.
above itylod slum the. defendant Lola I WVatNWaIWNaINEIn, I
bed chair Will exchange minks
) Dee. 6.-At 11 a, m. special Wilson Hicks la a resident of a State other ', Serum II Township II Boutk. Ita... I Vigorous grower and well adapt ,
celebration of tenth anniversary I than the State of Florida and that th.plara I* tail containing I = mar orMM with dralnboard for desirable I ed to Florida condition Highest -
of residence and malllnc addmaof I In UM County of BUite ofFlorida I 1
rich tail for
of palms or I bulb large size *2.23
church. Evening ser the Mid defendant Lola Wilma. Husks" I II. I ', quality .
mon: "The God of Abraham u partlrularly a> the Mine .kt known li In I The. _...... of Mid property moor flower bed R. IL Doyle at Kenney per 100, medium size. $UO ixr
rare of Mr and II... J. H. WlUon. Route the MM .omlfl ite .based .... In the Rates (d 4)
+ Isaac and Jacob" No I, Springfield, Robertson County I af II JUl. DOROTHY BVAN I grove |I 100 postpaid Order for shipment -

Betty Blake T..._ and that then b eo parses Ie. Unless Mid certificate akall .ba radon. by express not prepaid,
chair. the State of Florida. the ..rvice of a I wl .,,ding to law. the proaorty ...- FOR SALE International F.rm-I]
m.n'of Young People meetIng .mmon. In eh.- upon wham would I II scribed therein will .ka cold to the hklhoit all tractor in good condition I II largo size, $1.BO per 109 medium 1
*,at 7JO bind the mid defendant; Ie b --. I bidder at the GmuvhavM dour a* UM I I lie $1.10 per hundred. No m tier I
'I j ORDERED the. tint cold noa.smld.nt ,-, Jtt .... ., Llewellyn Mac,>>ner..,, Corp.,
I tEG NOTICE I drflwd.nt ba lid aha to nonrby requited : 1 whist 1. the 4l d J:= 1030 N. :Miami Ave. Miami. !I II accepted for lea than 12 Sp "-
to fit. with the Clark ot thai Court IOIT. i 1 dal price per 1000. E. T. DrapBoykln '-.
-I I!!! written appearance (personally or by at-I I II Date this Ind day of December. iSIS. (n27d U)
tai tamest I In Mid lull on the fist Monday'' B. B IBATHKRMANCleri j j I *, Va
1 ftOTICai I OF APPLICATION I In January ItH being the 4th day of MM.month of Circuit out. I IC..lt I FOR SALE Citron, fresh or pre ,
TAX and Ikanafter to file whh the Dada ColI..,. Florida FOUND)
t' DEED I mid dork her written doConam If aay Court BM! I I erved Tropical tomato mnc- I
(Senate Bill No. Iii' J I to the Mil af oamplalnt I* Mid wit Mth. I By N. C. STERRVTT D. e meat' and Sandwich filling Iot. ,
IEKWTIClt: :..U. HERF.BY GIVEN that I. D. time proscribed by law, Otherwise Uhi i INK 4. II. II. (I.1 FOUND Bunch of key on Kings(
of State and 20c 35c Calamondin In I
County Tax : pint
-', enter shall bo lek.. a. t1al.faes/d aa. : I II
Certificate at L .dc.-
No II20 Highway Inquire
Issued the lad day of Judgment .._ by d.r.lllt R h j
m I mall lot lOc qt. Mr Geo.
t.mat. A. D. loll hM red MOM I. my that f"-I' NOTICE I I W'I Enterprise office
Tjtlc... avd has made application for a tot ORDERED that this. order 'be publbb.d Pursuant to the pnrWaM of Borah Kneel Jungle Grove
.' Jto be blamed "te"1 Bald Cortlfl.aterdmbraom ones a week for four consecutive wool H4. of the Banking Act of IMI noting to I I
the followlntdi crlhsl In Th. .......-.En..rp.". a nawipaporpuhlbhrd .batik tl.on ky Th. First National Bank I I FOR SALE New F12 Farmall MISCELLAMKOUSPIANO
jroMrty In MM County' of Dado BUM of In Dad. County. Florida.DONE rf UM sky of Homestead
fforMa. tnwttK. 1 --.r'=d.nt tractor. Geo. W. Smith
AND ORDERED .t Miami" Dado I Uw llaoUUy Impaled I! Bargain.
It. HKTww.01. n.W .tuu.i7!! County' Florida, this the M day of DoMmibcr I upon the hoI..... of .harm of Ha common Homeitead. (pd 4) TUNING Ins repulrlng.
( IMI Mork by Urn pnnhMna of action III:. Good used pia.io for tale meap
. BMt.oonuhilna 1 norm nun or .... In I r B IEATHERMAN U.a........ 1t.1....... M amended. and I ,
MM O nnQ> of lie.... State of florHa. Clark of the CireuH Conrt I action U at the Act. a, !,; R: 1. RED FRYERS-Live or drew- W. E. Koon. US N. W. 3rd St
seswmmt 0' Mid prnp.ry .n..... ... ,. mmord MII OMM o..l."r..T: .
.. In and for D. County, Fl rid.! I II : ed. Free delivery In city Phone :
I Mid *?"!"? ""_ wall '" the lamp By M IW1FT Deputy ClwkTru. I By order of tM..oard oIlIl..ton. I HEAL ESTATE
::.:,::= J. & SAVAGE.r I ( 1 assist. I! J. J. McLENDON CojhkrOct : S35-M. McEwen Poultry
. mid mrtifkata hall loa K"lLL' -IG'Ji;, ( 2.M.r II' ,I Plant'l
.:, ,III.lln.. Ie her. ten pwp.rtv.denikd. t W. CLINTON GREEN I II FOR SALE Ford model REAL ESTATE-Those who want
i a will he i told Ui the hlihtat bidder : GRaIde of NOTICE" OF APPLICATION FOR TAX ,
; By W CLINTON Counsel.Dec. BurrkhterSouth to buy or sell Redland District
Mti.CMrt.houM truck. 1
door on the. time Mon DEED ton panel ,
( 4. II. II U. "M. Jan 1 INI I
day In tau month of January. KIT which I I NOTICE IB HrHKMY GIVEN that Allapattah Garden, 3 real estate will find up-to-dat*
I J theash> day of January IM7 C. P. H. T. MARTIN koldara al aa.iltnoM '
-I ... thinpInd day ., bOTmhn. I.... I It, Plot Book I. Pan II In the COM ;I of CHy of Hl.leah Tax CortlffeatMNumkorW mile couth of Could Canal. lilting In our office Many oi
, r. V-A LKATHrRMAN ty orsun". state of Florida and 6. dated the M day I! (pn 20-d3) these lilting are tlll at subnormal
V v* Clark of Cln-ult Court, I T Dl.... of Mid .roperq HiidVfUM af A wait. A. f>. IM7 haw iliad Mid Crr price We hall appreciate
I County' Florida mid orrtlflcaw' issued wait In the some fIcatea In my offleo, and have made applloatlon >
e..1t Court arilDade| of UNKNOWN for tan d>od to ka blood thoro. ,,I FOR SALE Persian lime. either your Inquiries of
... By H C. BTERRETT. D C Union Mid MTtlflrate ikall b* tudamdsmordinir on In aarordanca, with law aid Carllfl- ,' line lemon and Improved Per'l I your listing. all of which will
lo law the property 4 1
.. .
I iDoe 4. II. 11. U) onto rmhnua followlnnocrlhrd' '
. therein will. ka win" U the hlnhnt bidder I proporty situated the County of Pad. I lime tree: 1 year old bud have our best attention. Now a
nt the eo...-_ done M UM tint Memo SUM of Florida, to-wlt the time to B W. Morris
NOTICC, Or APPLICATION FOB TAX year-old lemon root. $3500 per buy. ,
t In the a month of January, toll which
to. I' Lot 1. Blork I. Hl.l-.ll 0...'.... I.
, .. DEED to the .th diy of Janunir I NT. the City of Hlabah County' of Dads I 100. H. E. Henrlluen. Per- I now associated with H. A. Can
i H JNOT1CB Si. ( Ig".te HEREBY pill No Ill GIVEN th.t Dated this IDth E. R day. LEATHFRMAN. of N rmbor III*. i'i But of Florida' .. omkraeol In OrtMniate I rlne For direction Inquire any eron N. W. 1st St- In Citizens

GAMCa INC holder jf state and County Clark d Clreolt Coact No. 4. The aoMounnt of tore (pd4) Bank BI-I: ,. Phone 72.
Tax Mid prMptrty undor the Mid Comm
CorUfiawa No. Wool Laud UK Sad Dada County' Horld. I I
, day of August A. D. 1011. 11.. filed win.jj Circuit Court leal.l lBy raw Wood wu hi tk. name of UNKNOWN .
k my vffloa. and Sue macs .. .lion*, for N C. ITFRRCTT D C FOR SALE Carton of six 2Hs SITUATION WANTED
Lot Block .
I t Hialeah
: I.*fmtUttmt tax Md* mhruoi to ho laud tho tli.r.ill.(ollnrlna.U Bold..> (Dor M. 11 Ufc .. II. 03) I the Cry of HI....... Counts Orl.ln.1 of Dad.Btaaj In.. sealed jar of Florida TropiccalJelly.

--..... insult \a the Cleanup ad DMo. .. of Florida. aa antkraaod In Cw.tH..II. Especially packed lor WANTED fart-time Job by
fording elaaajab
' Phone t -. .
ear 1M 17 lip W rn"JrJ': p.Ais.w Ini'.- patronage appreciated. =nidi:4,TIle tho emesaa.s.i sold' OrtHlroW.0 wen I gifts 'Price $'1,00. Mr*: BcrihaR. I tmiincM college pxtpll Leola

...... MM MUM af ONKNOWNLM Edward Homeitead. Route Little. I S. W. Third St., Home-
--- I. Blork 1. Hmtaah ,
Ortelo hi
j 1k. Clay of H......... County. o< Dad.tnto .. 1. Redland Rd. (n 20 tfl I I toad
, \ of FlMUa. w __ <. CarItfMalo I
: '; REDLAND CAFE t tMRS. No. .. Tko aoMo m.al' of '.idwr.F i ftmtOnm lo IM dp.dewil I WANTED
's MM property end, the MU| CMtirb use tk.roMi m tW tut of ltaonktf > -
f i i.i .- based .. '. the oar .. UN. A. D IMIl .
KNOWN. Dated this lh day of Nimnhor.. INIE. WANTED-Convalescent patient.
A. NABOBS, Prop Unlma MM Cortlffealaa ....U ka r*. B. LCATHKRMAM I Invalid or roomer Good care
j I Clara W Ol>'ra Court
.i I 'DINNER" SOd PlATE LUNCH 23fl I Dade County Florla and pleasant surrounding. Wit

CheapJmtrl *.... I M P. WoIUtm, East Campbell.

I' Let Us .i (Ity.N.M C 17 ITKRIirrr., D.. 4. \1S.14 0No. I I St. (n 27 d .)


with Cal ca, the Oxygen tooth powder which RejuvenateYour
the bidden crevices between the
Rafr. Protect the I Git +CROSSCOiaiKIT '
tsetk. Pleasant, hing. gum Car .. the REO
: a" is economical to ....


.. What Cabs will do for roar teeth U siillfdenpMietrated I CROSS tC&P

.pry br la wear own tome at our Body Fender Repairs
expense. Simply la the coupon with year
nam awl add-** and mail it to m You will! Tops and Trimming;

-- 'TOOTH receive ';;:rs'L and Seat Covers 1I

nor people era using every day. Painting I

ese a f er
..w6uitiT .clot
McKuMN A Roaaili, Inc. FalrM, Cen. a IyX Wtweo

!Send m* 19 day trial el CALOX TOOTH POWDER aw espouse to Art's Paint Shop tog s,,,, .em

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N. IOS N. CRONE: AV*. 10,

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Twelve THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday. December 4. 1936

O. B. Parker at Death Bed Announcement was made by W. Meltzer Seeks Dealer vicinity.Mr. .
ROCK THROWN AT I. risk deputy; district governor, and Mrs. Meltzer In Company -
Of Brother F. J. Parker Here for StudebakerL
that the dinner dance and floorshow with Mr. and Mrs.Jack Cren-
WINDOWS GAINS''I I for Edward R. Klngsley, shaw Studebaker factory representatives
I F J Parker 81, of St. AulU"I president of Lions International N. Meltzer, president of Melt paid a visit to Homestead -
I,: tine, died Monday morning In a who Is coming to Miami wouldbe zer Motor Co., 230 N. E. 14th the tint of this week.
ENTRY FOR THIEF West Palm Beach noapltal with held at the Coral Gables Country -
street, Mtahl. Studebaker distributor
I his brother O B. Parker of Homestead Club on next Friday alIbI
and other member of his Dec: II Plans are being made to for the South Florida area I JOHN O. BALLET POST NO. 4*
Wilson Toomer' Office family at hii beddde. He became seat 400 persons from the various from West Palm Beach to Key AMERICAN LEGION
ill while vliriUng In Indian- clubs along the east coast I West, Announces: through an advertisement Meets Aral and third Wednesday
and Pacettl Market
I town with another brother, W. In this issue of the p. m.. Amerl u Lertna pw ,
RobbedTwo Leader-Enterprise that he Is look-
Parker. Negro Is SentencedFor old post office) death Kroou Are,
ing for a dealer
After a brief return to Home- :r'e representation Hmnmtrad, Fla.
busbies houMi within, ate d. Mr. and Mn O. B. Parker Marshall CrashJohn I!I t and ---_.....-.._ .-, ..-...-..-
half-a-block of each other were Tuesday for St Augustine
broken Into and robbed in the Mine lien the funeral was to be held Dorsey, Boston, Mass., who I
manner within three nights this Wednesday afternoon. They ex- was arrested by Patrolman King
week. The office of the Wibon-I pected: to itay with the bereaved W. Park Sunday immediately II
Toomer Fertilizer Co. wu enter- family at least until Sunday. after he had crashed Into an automobile
ed between midnight Sunday and The late Mr. Parker had beenIn driven by E. F. Marshal of I Meltzer Motor Co.
3 a. m. Monday and personal property business In St. Augustine for Silver Palm about a half mile north
valued at $75 and several 30 year The Illness which seized of Goulds, was sentenced: to paya I
dollan In cash taken. Entry wa him while he was visiting in fine of $100 and costs and to
gained by I window after its Indiantown developed with amazing spend sixty; days in jail by Judge II
screen had been torn off and panel speed and had not been diagnosed Wayne Allen of the Dade County I I STUDEBAKER .
smashed with I rock. when the Homestead Park- Court of Crimea Monday The,
The Pacetti Flab Market, diagonally era returned home. A wife, Edith negro pleaded guilty; to the chargesof '
across nagler avenue from the a ton, Wayman, and a daughter driving while drunk and of I i
Wilson-Toomer office, was enter- Mn. Allen McDaniels survive In ,causing the accident. I DISTRIBUTOR : .
ed Tuesday night after a addition to the two brother of the .
plate flaw window was mashed deceased.
in with a rock. After breaking ; For South Florida
open a cash register In the market Dr. Ruehle SpeaksAt 1
and finding no money; In It, the 1I l
thief or thieve went Into the adjoining Lions Meeting: I
Ice house and stole ap- > : Desires a Dealer Representation j ji
proximately Still worth of cigars Dr. George Ruehle, plant pathologist I Ell
and cigarettes. Mn. E. J. PacettI, of the Subtropical Experl-I
i for Homestead and Vicinity .
owner of the market and Ice platform ment Station at j '
ia offering a reward of f 10 to the Redlandd District Lions I I:
for arrest and conviction of the Club Tuesday night on "The De-II :I ..
thief. velopment of Plant Disease Con-
The article stolen from the Wll trol Methods," :, i If interested please communicate or call at '
aon-Toomer office Included a target Dr. H. S. Wolfe sang several
pistol valued at $32, a shooting baritone solos with piano accompaniment -
coat and magnifying glass. A by; Mrs. Joseph Elder.is .General 230 N. E. 14th Street
"lightening calculator" which: re-
aemblea a cash register, was dam- who lives across the street, had Public Utilities MIAMI FLA.
aged. The stolen articles belonged retired at midnight, and the broken -j ,
to Robert Dunn manager of the window was discovered by Policeman !
fertilizer agency The robbery" W H. Sykei: when he patrolled I Homestead noise IOJ-M I
had not occurred before J. T. Dav-, the section at S a. m. j

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