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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: December 11, 1936
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
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SYSTEM SAID I Chamber Votes Support' of League OF FRUIT GROWING SECTION

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AS PRACTICAL member tt the RedJaari l a public toning en the canal to Seed Men Turn Down Trip I at Miami Beach 1*-hc"ufcd tor

District Cbambet at Commerce,! be. held In Washington on Dec It I To Beach for Afternoon them this afternoon by the Miami

who''Pt'ndinl further Wvestlga-: Earlier bt the meeting the secretary ) Here Chamber of Commerce In orderto .
read letter from extend their potato field tour II
a the Water
I AS EFFECTIVE tlon and study several month ago I Conservation League asking opposition Into a trip through' the grove sea :
tabled request that the organlzatlgn -', to the canal and another! GUESTS OP LOCALC. tion of the Redland District,

Join [In opposition to'the, letter from the Jacksonville Chamber OF C. FOR LUNCH Homestead and Florida City.

Florida crpss-state canal voted of Commerce asking support Conducted .by Counts AMU .
BigiPtmrps'; Each Drafrrtrr Wednesday eight to throw theirmoral for the canal. Dade And Ifed River Valley C. It Steffanl: a motorcade will \

,Flood 80 Acres by and financial support to the The member present at the Growers to Ex- take them front their Pullman at ',
the P. It O. Docks In Miami J
anti-canal fight being waged by meeting Wednesday night votedto to
Ditch Network
I i th4 newly-formed Florida Water sponsor a.meeting merchant change ViewsThe South Allapattah Gardens renter
f *MMMMe Conservation League, The league at the chamber of commel'al room of the potato production in Dade
REIIOVEs DROUGHT, was organized at a meeting held In at I p. m. Jan. 13 to discus a Red River Valley potato County. Visits to private flletda,
I Bradenton on Dee. I. schedule of closing for legal holidays seed farmer who arrived Miami experimental plots and demonstration -
AND FLOOD HAZARD '
The secretary wa authorized to and the summer Thursday; from North Dakota yesterday field will tie made.
draw up a resolution expressing half-hoBdaye. afternoon turned down a sightseeing At noon they will be guest of

. :Company Completes Half- the unqualified endorsement of The chamber turned down an trip In Miami and a swim the Redland District Chamber of

Mile of Ditch and and support for the object of the advertising proposal outlined by Commerce at a luncheon to bo
Florida[ Water Conservation Lea. Roy A. Doturet Johnson City,.N. served at the residence of J. M.
Road a Week rue, which .i*. preparing brief y, on the round that the ,mer- XMAS BARRELS Holferty, in the midst of the po-

against further construction 0. the- ah aat*..af Homestead and vicinity 'tato field In South Allapattah .
The lint two pump* of a battery Florida canal for presentation at should not be subjected to any 7 TO BE IN STORES Gardens. During the luncheon .
ef 20 or more that eventually will added financial burden at this talks will be made by W. M. Fl-
be Installed In the privately devised time. field, assistant horticulturist of the

and developed. water control TROPICAL FAIR The president said that P. B. BY TOMORROWJoint Subtropical Experiment Station,
system with which[ South Dade Bird chairman the committee L, L. Chandler Goulds potato
Farms, Jnc, hopes to drain or AT REDLAND TO to ask the federal government to grower and shipper Frank B. Rue
flood at the need be, its 25 square I J establish blinker light at the entrance Civic Committee Organizes of Homestead Mr Holferty :and
miles of East Glade farm land to aD navigable canals on at Meeting other grower, both from the *'tiltIng -
within a few hours, has been in BEONFEB.2227Llanager I Biscayne Bay from Florida City to Held YesterdayThe group and the local rarJcr
operation for lost purpose for Goulds had reported "progress". The twin farther South after
nearly a month with entirely satisfactory I lunch will 1 Include I a tour of I h"or
Redland District Christmas
results. Scanelli Tells I East Olade tomato and potato
Contract Extension Cheer committee held Its first
James Sottile president of r land near Homestead visit to
of Plans in Talk meeting yesterday afternoon in
South Dade Farms, and James Florida City and Homestead .nd
Discussed
by Council the chamber of In,
toR D. L A. commerce rooms
Sottile Jr. field manager In the the much desired tour of the graveectlon
I Homestead and elected George N. '
past have consistently asked that Wakeflield chairman Mrs through which the motorcade
no publicity be give to their experiments The 1837 Dade County TropicalFair Most of Monday night's meetingof D. Wolfe, secretary, and Thoa.Harry E. will wend its way back to
the Homestead city council was Miami before dark. H. W. JoJuw-
nntil thorough teats had in Redland will be held Feb. Kirby, treasurer The chamber of
been given. They went taken up with discussion as to ton's tropical garden and Tropical
quietly 22-27, Inclusive, John L Scanelli, commerce will be used a* headuarters -
head with their work of digging whether or not the Trana.Amer-1 I Monkey Jungle will be among
manager,announced Monday; night and Mr. Carl Tweedell
*' network: of ditches, one every I.a talk at the meeting of the Red- ican Construction Co. should ::1 I the chamber' stenographer will point of Interest to be visited
quarter of I mile and each draining and District Improvement Aisoiatlon. panted an extension of time lend her clerical and secretarial The party of visitor Include the
10 acre of land and emptyingInto It was the association's U contract of rebuilding the mu- assistance I following Red River[ seed potato
the Homestead or North' canal last meeting of the season a* activities nicipal light and power plant engine -, Barrel and boxes will be placedin farmer and their wives: Mr. and

They went ahead also, at great are suspended to permit *. The contract has beencompleted all Redland District stores Saturday Mr*. H. M. Hanson Mr. and Mrs.
and member to but not within I the con! A. C. Idsvoog, A. J. Johnson, Martin
expense developing gate for the officer, director to receive donations of groceries I
outlet through which those ditches devote their time and attention topreparII' tract period and the contractor and cash from hopper during Monson and Emit Shrank of
empty into the canal, developing for and staging the big seek an extension to protect Itself the Yuletide season. It was I Grafton N. D.; Adolph Aalnnd,
a gate which would shut tightly against possible cult for damages announced that cloth toys made by Hoopla, N. D.; Daniel DsMen, j
fair.Mr. the city[ might bring now or I .
and Mr A. W. I II
Cashel K. D., Mr. *
against a reiurglng of canal watersInland Scanelli told of plan being the Homestead WPA sewing project I
In:the future.In P J Don-
in time of great high tide worked out for making the fair would be available for distribution Draoutel, Mr. and Mr
but 'would open easily to the natural "bigger and better" in every way. consideration of compromises by the Christmas cheer I nelly, W. S. Icenberry Nel Johnson -
drainage'of water from the A bigger premium list with more of charge made for contingenciesnot committee. Mr. Jane Nesblt Mr. and Mrs C. Ullrgarfl, A.
(Iditch'to the canal They experimented prIM money, big free' attraction Included In specifications, the waa delegated to solicit the cooperation I M. Midgroden./ and Mr and tin.
with gate a't the mouth of on the midway and display of consulting engineer, Win. Sydow of the fraternal organizations Joe Thompson of Nash N. D.. J. .R
the canal itself. Neither expense fruit,vegetable, flower and other and City Attorney Ira J. Haycock in malting donation to the H. Eld and Dwight Holmes, WM- .:
nor effort ha been spared. They products of tropical Dade County recommended that the extension Christmas cheer fund. halla, N. D.; Mn N. D. Gorman I
be allowed.A Fargo, N D.; Mr. and Mrs. A E.
gave employment to hundreds of that will compel open-mouthed Plan were made for a Christmas
men, yet said little of what wa admiration of the visitor were letter was read from the colored cheer benefit dance but Kalverson and ion Forest Riles ,
going on"Wilt until we know promised. The Dad County ministerial alliance expressing after the mcetling, were Jater'l N. D.; Fred Harris Cavalier, N. ,'
.we are on the right track" they Tropical Fair, held for the first appreciation of a law enforcement to schedule a> benefit D.; Ray Kelly and Mr and Jra. I
courteously asked curious newspaper time> la March 1131, was Incorporated drive of the city In the negro' picture show at the Seminole Jerry Landrlgan, St Thomas, N. .1
of officer of the Red- section. D.; Mr*. Han Larson Park River.N. .
men on the scent a largescale by the Theatre on Dee. 11.
agricultural project story. land Improvement Association The council Instructed the street Attending the committee meetIng D.; Chas. Lomlle, Warren, :
Minn., Mr. and Mr*. Ah McCoon,
The tent run' of the two pump and. la under their management eommitteemaa and the building were: Mr. Wakefleld representing .
Redland, where it I* held.at five Moorhead, Minn; John Michel,
Installed Jilt month have convinced committeeman to act together or the Homestead
the Sottlle that their effort mile north of Homestead.The separately in requesting J. W.Entlbh Club; W. I, risk and Dr.Rote"j I Mach, N. D.; Erwin: Scbumacker. ;
N. D.
Ao eliminate the drought and flood pI'Ojp'IIJIof the Improvement ,to remove construction de- Gatltn, representing the Drayton
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hazard from: East Glade farming Association Monday night brit from the alley In the rear of District Lions Club: Mrs. In charge of the party are Mr
have been successful One of the Included Wilde Mr. ScaneUl'i tb* Seminole building. English, representing the Homestead I (Continued on Page Two)

the centrifugal lift pumps,operated t t talk the showing of I Gulf Stream Association,
with belt driven by a SO h. p.gasoline fishing movie thriller, "Terrors' of MINISTERS TO MEET MONDAYThe Mr*. Wolfe andd Mrs. Annie Butler THE WEATHER '
motor can drain 10.000 gallon the Deep," 'picturingGrantland representing the Woman': 0.....' _thew.,as so?. allltt-"l 1 ,:
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of water a minute from Its I Rice catching denizen of the Gulf Club of Homestead; Miss Pearl 1.-- Ita. a "
80-acre tract or put waterom Stream off Miami. Two,other ,Association will meet at the borne Whltaker and Miss Mary Bradley Date iMa* :ttln| &r.[ r. !III:
the canal on the land at that rate.. reels were "Life on 6 Battle Ship.",'of the Rev end Mr*. H. a. Cowanin representing 'the Junior Wo Dec. 4 _._ I 88 \ 57 139 ."(
The capacity of the other pump 1*[and "American Sailor In China". the parsonage of the Silver Palm man' Club- of Homestead; and Dec. 6 I W M \1 .11\\ .'3
i 0,000 gallon a minute. I A cornet number woo played by; a r Methodist Church at UJ; < a. m. Mr Nesblt, who will lend the Dae.I 11,51, The Sottlle are going to I I Redland High School trio Monday benefit of her experience ** com Dee 7 !I e* 'I 30.101 +
I safer for quick" drainage or trI panied on the piano "by accom-j The usual pot luck luncheon, munity nurse and coral welfare Dec d 821'1'''
,.Uon. however by Installing brcca Fisher music instructor of served by the wives of the pastors I| board 'worker in the Redland District Dee 0 Hi ea so fDrc '
(Continued oa Page Two I' RedJoiuf school j I wit! precede the I nalnege tension.,' 'f 10 :. : It, 8J ':3008'' 11rl




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Pain Twn THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE: Fridav.. December- 11 193fi

HOW TO PLANT BV1BS
I' MAGNIFICENT FORD PAVILION ULlING for FLORIDA ,I Bulbt may be planted without
much preparation of the soil, but
I best results are secured by the*.
oujfh preparation. A good method
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In to dig or spade up the) ground
Tr where they are to be planted, to
a depth of seven to ten Inches Ifu
r liable. cover with an inch or
two of woodsmold, mixing It
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thoroughly with the toil Do not
\ use table manure unless thoroughly -
1 rotted. Also acatter: on

top of the prepared bed or row ...
two or three pound of high-grade
I commercial fertilizer tor each 100
I square feet of space and dig In.
I Rake oft all trash of any size and
leave the ground In fin seedbed
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I In setting, dig a bole for each
4t'7 i Individual bulb and do not push It
j I into the ground. Such planting
I I would result In packed toll directly -
under the bulb and hinder
r growth somewhat Set the bulb
J '-- to a depth equal to about three

Ford.Psvlllon Building which An Interior view of the Ford Pavilion Building on Biscayne Boul jvard. time their diameter Place them
will Pictured above the entire It the block magnificent on Biscayne Boulevard between S. I.Iret The open Patio 151 feet by We feet will provide a brilliant! I six to tight Inches apart, depending -
cover and S. E. Mcond street running back over 4" feat to setting for Ford eihlMt Down the center I* a beautifully Ulo lmlnated on slz*. If planted in the borders -
I S E.street third avenue designed by Walter Darwin Teague. famous pool. Along the edge of the pool and the wall.Is are; Irregular placing Of the bulb
Him York Industrial dwigner. The structure will be a colorful colorful unbrellaa with table, where one' may linger In perfect give a better appearance than
comfort while listening c*Joe famous South Auerli
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addition I* Miami's bayfront-4 .beautiful show place which will {fer planting In perfect circle, and
( cam orchntra. From euc a setting the entire eihlblt Ixpen tfli
attract visitors from all sections. slew on all......l J I In straight row If square or oblong .
bed are prepared I ;

SOTTILE I DAKOTANS Pastor's'Wife to Speak Sunday Her Now then' a general for yo3. .'"
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One day you read.about Aim fin :,
Experiences as Missionary in India Meilov the-nemt in Cuba cnf a ..
: Omttnued fMea-Pm One) (C.&.uu td From Page One) I day later you hear he'-ta Europe.1': .
pump with a capacity of 15,000 and Mr*. A. R. Mitten of St Paul "To which general do you rej-
gallon a minute. The Met of, Minn.. representing the Northern Mr*. VT. J. Parker, wife of the her experience there. She will [ferr :-3 I
each pump unit about$1,000 and Pacific Railway.: pastor of the Homettead Church wear the native Indian costume I'| "General Chaos."- Wall SJ. A I.
It cottt 12 cent an hour to operate.! and win ting a eons la Bengalito Journal. "
TheM growers from. the Red of the Nazarene and former missionary :
Matt of the time there It no need River Valley of North Dakota, the accompaniment of bran
for the pump to operate. in India, will speak at the ::
represent an area of more than 7:30 o'tlockvIet In the church cymbals, the native musical in-, Crystalized Fruit
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"Remit' of the tnt with the 200,000 acre of potatoe itrumentMn

pump Installed show conclusivelythat I "Lon, unbroken rows all in oneeroPtlOtat.oeplanted. Sunday evening. Parker baa the reputation" FoamL .IS* Half Fen.d ere
Mn Parker who served fourteen
water control on a Urge scale
cultivated
1* practical," the Sottlle declared.: and harvested with large capacity -- yean a*both evangelical and medical of being an able and In Interesting Airs.. Grant Mahan I
missionary in the Bengal province apeaker Alll are cordially j West Bauer Drive
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company proceeding apace I modern machinery; Individual -
of Eastern: India. will tell of Invited to hear her.
with Its ditching and road making.I growers who year In and I

With Its ditching machine and :year out raise from 100 to BOO .'.
other modern road making machinery acre each; rows of storage cellar ,
it average a half-mile of and weather-proof warehouses on '
completed ditch and road each railroad sidings; employment of '480
week. This work ha been goingon much capital and many people Priced as low as ::t.--:::-.......
for the put nine month,, with, Including seed certification crew
r time out for repair to machineryand I who withhold or grant their stamp '
on account of weather conditions of approval In accordance with models that give de.
of court In a great Ute requirement and continuallycarry : New
many instances the) company ha I the seed Improvement banner increased gasoline
"double cur' and made a ditch on thme thing and other stand: cidedly -
each tide of the road. out In any picture of the potato

On 30 acre of South Dade Farm I, industry In the Red Rivet Valleyof mileageNewandmorebeautifuTbody-
land, the state of North Dakota I*I the North."
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conducting experiment with teed The party will remain in Miami .
potatoes under the supervision of I until 10:JO p. m. Sunday.
J. W. Western, one of Its 'T eB ll ane 45"

seed commissioner The deput'l When !. need ef first clan Job I designs all models same ?7e. Tlr
hit advice and experience I available -, printing phone S for eaUmale. We body size. lty0SOe
to potato grower of that appreciate rear patronage. The wheelbase same
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: :: : : DadeCounty ,we hope,open your eyes to possibilities

. t .::': enchanting Winter. Wonderland, where you can spend your winters

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is,and no small part of the credit is due to the seed you produce.

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titled "An Economic Study of White Potatoes in Dade County, FlorF

ida,1935-36,".comments on your seed as follows: "The growers who ,-
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returns as well as profits per acre."

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: and further the use and value of certified seed, has selected thirty

.... acres of our lands in the Homestead area for experimental plots this

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Don't We Plant
Fla.. by the South Dade Why
Publishing Co. Pecans?


: BEN ARCHER .. ..... Editor Bessie" -that Id my wife--asked
L I 'l71IG'MJl R me the other day, "Why don't we
! Entered M second Ut. null S haft some pecan tree? We haveto
matter March S. l'll, at the peat pay W and 95 cent a poundfor
1,1, office at Homestead.Florida, under tVM I d .r the nuts. We haw to get them
i the act of March t, 1S7. '. every year for they are excellent
1 food and nothing else I* such a
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SUB. PRICE, ,..** A YEAR A F2I44&K411Y6-. great addition to a fine cake. Why
lr ,' can't we raise nut and also have
p/NALtACIA'.te tome for sale?"

,I Dinner Key Landing Field i AND S a1rE.Qtfr 1 Well, you know how much wiser

I at Night ASI' /? a man I II than a woman. So I quieted
l'I her eager Inquiry by: telling her
The hangars are moon-silvered that while we can raise almost any
White .
thing here that grows In tropical
The sea, I turquoise band countries: it I* Impossible to raise
That bind the
featherytuftedpn the pecan nut, that while we might
t like to raise this tree, and It does
f Against the shining land thrive In Georgia and even live
j,:, Where see-planes-, great liver In North Florida, we have to con-
: moth. tent ourselves to do without It,
On the silver wash of sand.
for Homestead I* too far south. The
I pecan will not grow here
Moth that battle shining rain
Then
to my surprise and chagrin
And split the clouds In three,
I
met a man today who in conversation
That dare the sun, and brush the zi
Incidentally mentioned his
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pecan tree.Perhaps.
Now dumber peacefully .
I forgot courtesy for
\ Silver moth with dioopmg wings[ ,
f I spoke rather loudly, "You don't
Lulled by the crooning
sea
mean pecan tree do :you? pecans:
f -Mary Ferrell Dickinson In dont grow here. ,*"4
I Choir Practice.
He smiled at me rather pityingly
t si he said "Yea, they do. The on*'
; Ten Rules for Hunters In my back yard cost me a dollar
10 :yean ago, but it Is still there and
"However cautious I hunter maybe ,. bean beautiful nuts every .year
there ii no telling when somebody idif7JM, with no fertilization. Come In and
else not quite to cautious lee It"

.| will put I load of ihot into fclm" Jl GIfS.fI( So, "seeing is believing," and he
So write Wm. It Harrison In i gave me some of the large fine
i the Progressive Farmer In giving 'F7esr AMG2/ AMGOVGRKO nuts. They..* thin shell, genuine
these rule every hunter ahould observe 'OF'2PP Schley: pecans, worth today 35
: cents a pound. So I ask again,
; 1. Never enter an automobile,r 'Why don't we? Why: are there
4 boat, train, or bus with a loaded not dozens of pecan groves hi
j gun. 1 these Redlands?"

'"! 2. Never point I gun at any GOVERNOR'S PLUM U an interesting vlously bad won worU-wtdo fame for Us great Is there anything we can't raise
person even.n Jest "I didn't knowit I' tropical fruit which serves a double purpose In military exploits la West Florida and at New T. C Seifert who surprised me
it loaded' own a place on N. W. Fourth!
wa ha become the Florid Because of its scrubby habits of growth'and Orleans against the British. Twice he Invaded
I food excuse at many an unmeet IK attmdiv. deep green foliage Jt III IIIornamental Florida, trst to 'lilt sad again in 1818, waging street near the Homestead MethJodlst
Church. It v'
funeral. pecan VII herefor
aary red victorious campaigns against the Indian anti their ,
hedge. The fruit U a doep
.an will
I. Never hunt with Mr. Seifert they grow got
anyone
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know to be careleu (. purple. rasasnMes aatall plum and varies can, allies and twice, also A* captured Pensacola, then you and me
AD tIa... a well fortified Spanish possession. lie was Governor .
\ 4. Never load your gun until alderaUy HOLLISTER SAGE..
ANDREW JACKSON not on!} of Florid only a short time when he r*>
: :you are actually ready tor business The colorful Homestead, Dec 1, If 36,
-In the woods or field I* time Ud the distinction .f being the first America!I signed and returned to Ms Tennessee heme, later

rneugh I governor (military) of Florida In 1821, bat pr*., to become President of the United States to the office "Can I have another

5. Never tonalder a rustle of a key?" "I've lost t'other one."
bush to be a cure Indication of "Certainly," replied the manager
M '111I..*. Often a human being maybe Mr. Myl "But where have you been all
J paulng along THE LIBRARIAN'S oii ER-1 lie got a Job as collector for a this time? The cashier has topped

f < Never shoot too hastily. By DT tins. Ik U bOW UBRARIASTmbr gas company late every Friday night, expecting .
aeries many an overanxious gun- I "Take this master key and go, you to com far your wages..
.,i killed his best .friend or -------- round and empty all the cola: "Great guns!!' exclaimed the
beat dog Instead of the rabbit. I LnsaAaT nouns quiet them. It seems to be n boxes; get all the pennies and shillings collector, beaming broadly "Da
J\ T. Never drag your gun under gads?, Tba.4ss e4 w sa mother instinct to sing cradle songs ," said the manager I get wages as well?"-Montreal
jj a fence with the muzzle pointed toward ::: 1* a. a.t m.kturtari and lullabies to even the tiny Three weeks later he walked In-, Star.
,) you Put It through the baby "Rock A Bye Baby'
I a. --ll.. M ft ..; t.1.. m
fence, muule first, and lay It flat "Sleep, Baby Sleep," "Sweet and
on the ground before you climb, -- Low" "Wynken and Bllnken and

through or over the fence. I Why fairy tales? Just as the I Nod" and many other cradlesongs
8. Never reel on the muzzle of best fiction for us grownups givesus I are good foundations tol The Difference /
your gun or place It on the toe of a truer knowledge of human nature build on, good not only for the Your *
your shoe. I a truer understanding of thei little child but for mother and Will Open Eyes,
t. Never let the muzzle touch i motives of men and women and father a* well. The soothing Influence :
the ground; dirt or mud In tho end more compassionate Judgment know neither sex nor age,:1

of the barrel make a firearm unsafe > men, women and events, so does I and about the brat dissolvent for
to use; you may need new do the same thing for the Impatience or anger Is a song "It
barrel. I. It has been said falrjr' tale i you can't sing, whistle" Is good
10. Never carry your gun cock' to many children: th* first' advice, and will cur many of
ed or ready to shoot, especially If perception of the distinction life's ills. Some who can neither
I you ar* with someone els*. between right and wrong Some sing nor whistle are quite able to:

one has compared fairy tale to, hum!
v Trees are the arms of Mother the wild garden of literature, the It'* time to make plane for thereading
'J Earth lifted up In worship *f her wild awe la the hedge row, ch*, of Dickens; "Christmas
Muter Where they are, beauty lily of th* valley, the wind flower Carol" This U a regular Christmas
dwell; where they are not, the the meadowsweet, in contrast to' Ew: ritual in many 'homes,
land U ugly, though it be rich, for more gorgeous bloom In cultivated. and should be In every home. It The ..... balanced response of nerds

its richness I* but greasy fatness garden But In all gardens- wador doe not take long to read, but and groves to IDEAL Fertiliser la aa ere.peaer -.
and Its gaudy raiment but cheap cultivated, weeds find a place something of it will remain with
Imitation of forest finery. to grow and flourish. The fairy you a long while and It will bring! I* the grower who b looking for the

Trees are the shelter of man story has no appeal for the very to each and every one a realizationof profit that term from extra yields, top .....

beast, and bird: they furnish the young child, something about the th* true Christmas spirit We SAP Air and ........ jtrtsea.Omr .
root above u*, the shade about us supernatural element confuses bar several copies of the book In
and the Meting plan of love and bIlL He I* Just learning something the library. bat ='if, you want sue j Sesalitsl TaavtaM Special and

,sou*. They call chiUren out to about a very strange new world you had better some early. Always Masaa M MUrtaras arc specialty. well ....*.
play; they ewtlc sweethearts Into himself, and doe not know whereto someone at the last U die-
i leafy covert to teal their vows place fairies and elves. He U appointed. Then then U that ed U your heal conditions tkb year. Apply

with fond caress, they console very apt to get fairies and angels, ether Christmas story which has 1 them BOW aWfet extra yield, quality and
and gratefully reward old age. and Santa Claus and God an confused become a etaIe.rtIe Birds' profit.
+ Tree herald the spring with In a hopeless muddle So Christmas Carol" by Kate Douglas WILSON TOOMCR
glorious banner of leaf and bloom; the nature stories ...w first WlggUU Do try to remember FERTILIZER COMPANY
they clothe the autumn In garments stories of the actual world_.,&M, there la something more to this I e
of gold and royal purple, beauty and Joy of earth and sky" Christina season than the ex- i. v
bored to the winter's cold they wind and aim, of bird and flower change material gift*. Miller T. Mercer, Manager
are the harp of the winds and they and tree butterfly, bet and the I Coral Gable Branch
whisper the music of the Infinite many bit of animal life the child e
i Ousley.II around him day All Officer: "You've been doing 10
'pace*.-CUrenco sees every Fall Block Carried Bit
little children like poetry. they, mile an hour. Don't you car anything -
I* not In what I shall get but themselves are rhythm and sense about the law*" !*** ROBERT S. DUNN

+ in what I can give that I hall look the beauty of the cadenced mea*> Lady: "Why officer how can Homestead and PrineetoaPage
to for satisfaction. i ure The music and melodic of P I've only Just met you."-Canadian -
CALVIN' COOUDCE I goad rhymes' and snusle sooth and National Railways.
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UIIUIllIUIIIIIIIIUmUUlIUJUllllllr -""Mr Lonnle Home and brothers dered by Mrs. Skill, Mr*. Horton,' GIVEN SUSPENDED SENTENCE: out a permit, was given a suspended
?1t I and maters gave a Thanksgiving and Rev. J. B. Ctippea and a duet'I AlttH+ IdaflO Homestead negro, sentence by Judge Ben Willard U
dinner In honor of Uncle Warren by Dr. and Mrs. Gamble. Mrs. charged wMh acHfag a fir. vi4fh of the criminal! court in Miami
: 20 Years Ago' Horne at the home of Mrs. Itorna. J. D. Redd accompanied the singers -
There were 43 i* the party and on the piano. "
everybody reported having a fine

UUUh1H HIWlfJIIUUlIIIIIIIIIII! !! UI" time. Uncle Warren left for his
AU Invited to Shower
i
home in Shady Grove FUu, on Continue :
' ', ne *.aecs.e 1.r e s.e LIM..e.i'l Saturday." For Needy InfantsTo Why
a.Mn rn el.e d ow Y..M.. d
taMa.H..a.NLAd Mu. tA. talias -"S. A. Mills of Antmore Oklahoma
w a..tr rlerwa __.
provide clothing for new
arrived in Florida City
.. To use that old oil tote when a new bottledgas
Dec. 7, 1916 Thursday tor I few days visit. born babies In needy families in
: -"Mrs. a. H. SermoN of Ocala the Bedland District, the Woman's stove will put an end to that bad smell and
,1". '. "Rev. C. Q. Nelson and Rev. J. was the weekend guest of Miss Auxiliary of St. John's Episcopal:
'" E. Crlppen Attended the county Trances Lewis on Redland Road Church is arranging for a Christ I smoke? fc v .
\ '" preachers meeting to Miami last last week. mas shower of baby clothes at th,
.. Monday.; -"Over 100 persons from Homestead home of Mrs. H. L. Cook at liD LET YOUR WIFE

-"Jo* Burton boy WM reported Redland. Florida City Na- N. W. First avenue.
1
'1'f I' being better on Thursday.; Be ranja Princeton and Miami turned Every woman In the communityis decide and she will choose a Roper Range and

has been quite sick." 1 out Thursday evening to give a invited to take part In the shower Naturol Gas.VIRGIL .
-"A party of Homestead young farewell reception to Rev. J. B., and bring garments old or t
r folks spent Thanksgiving Day; at Crippen, at the home of I. R. Matthews new, or materials suitable for baby
,;J; t Royal Palm Park, going in auto . The house and porcheswere clothes to the Cook home any time; 36 St.
( Those in the party were: Othella filled completely by the before Christmas D LYON Home ste .
\ Fuchs, Emma Rltch. Lorean Mitchell throng and a most enjoyable evenIng The garments will be given out .
'1.J Charlotte Collins, Kin Car- was pent in social conversation as needed by Mrs. Jane Nesblt,1' I 4
.,I ; r. tie Lou Cray Howard Lamb La- and music, solos being ren community nurse { ,
\" A Monte Grew, Cheiley Saunders! ;
'j' Alvin Campbell and Morrix Oar- f faIul
tunkel" fI

-"A girl was born to Mn Le
'I Lehman on Thursday, 30th Both
are doing wen."

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heaped up platter of meat,and
a generous variety ef vegetables, "60 out of 1214 motorists

cooked good old southern trie.

Dessert and ked tea or coffee

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ta 4tk ; of Blue Sunoco would prove its outitaodiog perform
f ;, snce. And now more than 1200 motorists have proved
this statement proved k conclusively.WHO

: 4 II MADE THESE TESTS?

ad iA 1 4flow The Rose Federal Research Corporation a notionally known or
SAT110LT CO' s ganisation. went into fourteen widely separated cn: .... In each.S. .
14 VI, a asked approximately oo hundred auutoriMa to coatrd"tteTER
11\0 oa 1'.110\81110 toed services.tening ten gallons of a"mystery" .gasoline....
f cpys.d eetbetky supervised gasoline was Blue Sunoco: -but It could not he Identified because
A I at we have the blue coloring bad been omitted./ The C.W.Seybolt Company
I ntI II to -- ___ CIi W..line Iort certified: that it was regular Blue Sunoco.
i I .nth p
6Ia tool, .d ea1ed Owns HOW THE TESTS WERE MADE

!, p0f IWSCO"-+L ,.._,..-,1arY pal.- QUESTIONNAIRE The Ross Federal men la the fourteen cities pat
p- co" MMsagular this "mystery" gasoline into the empty tanks
Twlb ahat tbII OaaoUae" -pee' of she teat cars, which laduded.rr.eucall, all

s,.,..,... belle t atlases> d View Tt.l II every, k wog Compared to the) gas o lm. called snakes.upon Laaac these other oIa:4: asked a.law

.1 Poe 0.e 'Maelid ::\If--i'r you have been using simple questions. Statements of those already
melpiw ,void tone... owns Blue Sunoco have been omitted from the
;; .alb le ..Cele a' did _
: ill Ve we eI eve you get- camJl'l.Ii
s kltN peat .. ,-fence o PiM. ve oaf tt/.my desired meow isle.fJ
.. E. SECOND: AVENUE oe& .at ailed""a' tmpkttinilj**l OMiJ "wysr,ry gag" (811I.S-)
0---II any ((1)) quicker ttartlng? 37 tmpnttj At ftrfmuntt tt/ lr Mr I
'All Outside Rooms with 'IS tigktfinut ftr tnt mid tl gtvt Atm fca r
rtDpA1. ".".. ... ., ,"dm' "'" MI hose ...
Print Bath 'JOSS
i Lttccs. collPOu1 i ((2)) foster pickup? 807is SUPERIOR TO 54 OTHER GASOLINES

i COOl.. CU AN, QUIET :;: -klwe DI n... .- ... compared Blue Sunoco staieMthe .
'. A..-.---t ...sit q >taming tool of'fir-er other peoihsegee.at -
.," overlooking Btocaya Bay 11011, A'u..ae ((3)) more POW"' 7 2 X ......beinf premium priced: ...aad Blue SaaocoSnifniorttf
> aklpP'd cJIIII. Oer on hills? 1IQ was proveo so coapletel that no oett
( Two Blocks to Shops, W6..IIaD1p4 Is bag ... vow car deny it is America's eMeutMkdMig rarer tub
Ilya 40a..e. becks t'M s.ey \II If ton want further proof make.b .same teal in
5 Theatre and Business pe..ls ) Van a....- 1.e....,.-, ((4)) better all-around your owes car-but onlf I Sa oco wilt tank Italmoet
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Holidays Not to Halt
RattlerBy Lectures Shanklin FANCY TREE-RIPENED FRUIT GIFT BOXES
The Redland by
I Lovely Temple, Pineapple La* Gins Gong Valencia Oranges;
Oneeo, DaDe Tangerines; Seedless and Cammon Grapefralt. Ne
wi SHIRLEY IIAKKNE8S Because they bellleve It is essential poises sprays .... Packed-All Oranges Tangerine, Grapefruit,
M_".... for people to know what or mixed.. Specify Moner-Savlng Price Effective Dee. It, lIS1 to
Apr. 1. 1137.
Jt CLASS PLAYS TOM SAWYER High School pupil and faculty foods can be properly combinedfor
Mull address, DR. LLOYD C. BIUNKUN. R. L not .5J,
Mm Johnwn'i fifth grade had member are inaugurating I new good health, Doctors Lloyd C. HOMESTEAD: FLORIDA. From Miami, follow Route 4-A. and III
hargc of ha chapel exercises last Idea: they plan to set aside a day and Irene Shanklin will continue to SHANKUN GROVE Palm Ave. and Redland Rd, *, tnL West
Thursday morning and praaented for making the campus more at their free public health lectures Florid City. Visitors welcome.
a mmt unique and most Interesting tractive. One Qf the fascinating and food demonstrations through FREE HEALTH LECTURES every Tue 1.31: and I p. m.; Tours.
program The feature entertainment Junior suggests that the authorities the holidays at the Shanklln grove, 2:31 and S p. nu: Frt I p. m.Nowadays .
included scenes from th t,j her could do that just by letting a half-mile west of Florida City

tin- ".-I I 1. "Tom Sawyer". These the pupils out of class*!. Accordingly, Dr. Lloyd C. Shank-
*. t the fight the whitewashing lin speaks tonight on "How to Pre- now 1110111110151
oi flit fin. the episode of the vent Sickness and
Some of the boys in the Junior Disease through
.on toe the schoolroom scene and the Season".
clan wonder how the power that Holiday Dr. Irene A.
tin' tick fight Reporter from be expect a poor fellow to turn Shanklin speaks next Tuesday at You Can INSURE
different rooms gave talks on in- In three theme (assigned long 2:80 p. m. on "Need of Iron In the
te'i,,Kiting' happening The dev ago) by the end of the first semes- Body, Through the Foods We Eat". I
>t >nil woo led by Dorothy Stewart Tuesday night at 8 Dr.
Lloyd C.
ter. They have of course, estimated -
I and Henry Renard was the Shanklin speaks on "The Alkalizing -
conservatively that there I Your Life-term Savings!
announcer The cast
was composed are only twenty-four hour In a Fluorine Which Keeps One ,
of *U the students Inhe
Vigorous and Disease Resllltln,."
day and only even day In a weekon
room, and the playi were written
five of which one must attend There will be lectures Thursdayat
and staged and the cast elected classes. Evidently they'll have to, 2.30: and 8 p. m. IT'S HARD ENOUGH to save-but harder
by them. We note that this class
always exhibit a great amountof have a couple of hour added to! still to keep your savings safe while producing

Independence and our praise each day, because, like the brook, Miami Edison Defeats income. Why take chances, now that you can
the class .
goes to the teacher, Miss Johnaon. history so do all the goes other on and on.And Redland in Miami Game insure their safety?

PEP CLUB ORGANIZEDA
Pep Club, with Erma Griffin With Christmas drawing near Miami Edison High School with- You can invest any sum from $1.00 up in ,I
and Mildred Cox u cheer leaden, some of our Latin students would stood a last half attack by theRedlancl'lmh dividend-producing shares of this Association.. ;
was organized last Thursday at warn you: School basketball
And dollar of it to $5,000 will be automatically
schooL The member are: Mary Beware of Creeks squad In the Mliaml Edison:> gym every up *
Ann Brown Mary Eleanor Williams Bearing gifts Monday night and won by a score protected against loss, by the Federal *
Dolor Cowan Mary Graham Just beware of 27-22. Redland cored 14 l Savings. & Loan-Insurjrncg Corporation
Erma Griffin, Mildred Cox, What they say; points in the last. half to EdUon's Washnigton; D.: C. *
Alma Jane Llndgren, Mary Chalk- Take the gilt.Anywyay. 10.

er. JennlelSu Rogers, Suzy Leg ? Campbell, Redland guard played
pit, Jeanne Calklni, Margaret consistent basketball and made Distfncf"ir t \tii Fedei'al''Iieposit'nsure.. ,

Albright and Arcella Jarman. The never-ending nursery four field goal and three foul ante Corporation insures both safety
shot. Lee and Bogardt bank
rhyme go on and on: were and of the Federal''
liquidity deposits)
AMATEUR HOUR IN ASSEMBLYThe outstanding for the winner ,
eleventh grade, Room B, Humpty-Dumpty Humpty-Dumpty cat failed in I to class pass; ; Tuesday night the Redland varsity Savings & Loan Insurance Corporation insures

under the direction of Miss Elinor All the king's horses won over Allapattah Temple the safety of long-term savings in thrift
Payne, will sponsor an amateur Baptist Church team of Miami ina
And all the kin,* men institutions up to $5,000. The Corporation haafa
hour today. The program will Couldn't make Humpty-Dumpty practice game, 28-25 in the Red-
be farclal representation of I Take algebra again land gym. Next Tuesday, Red-' capital of $100,000,000 and is accumulatingreserves
well known entertainment heard Flambeau.. land will play Pompano Highj, from premiums.
every Sunday night While the School In Pompano. This will I
majority of the entertainment will be the
last game for Redland
be furnished by room 11-B, other Milt Ruth Murray, scout leaderof Ail after the Christmas With a Federal agency "watching the bas
talent has been borrowed from the troop known a* Brownie, un-I ket" for you here is safety plus income I
Room Eleven A and Room Twelve attended the Girl Scout council
Tome participating In the display meeting last Tuesday night at th TWO NEGROES FINED
of talent. are: Major Toes, Ken Housekeeper in eWillie Webb was sentenced to
neth' Hawkei; Tony Moreno, E. J. Grove. Since this wa the last pay $15.00 or spend 10 day in Jail FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS &
Graham; Mn Trotsky and her' council meeting of the year it was on a disorderly conduct charge,I
talented youngster, Anna Ma: held In the form of I covered dish and Willie Williams wa sentencedto ''
Rinehart and Marilyn Wagner; party and ended in an exchange pay $5.00 or serve six days in LOAN ASSOCIATIONOF
Mrv Drawn, Margaret Albright; of gifts. Jail on I drunkenesi and disorderly -I'
her little daughter, Emma Jan conduct charge by Acting Mayor HOMESTEAD
RI'PH. Marlon Hendenon Clyde Tom J. Harris in municipal court
Carla
Joyce Hobson of Nannja,
Handcison, Grady Cowan Arcella Monday night Both are Homestead
recently chosen as mascot for the
.hi man Jeanne Calklni, Alvin older negroes '
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troop was Introduced last .
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Pwthero Fred Vihlen, -
Nora
Thursday at the
regular Girl Scout ::11 i II 1 [ : ;ldillii [I I [ i I i I[ 1 I II I I[ I [ I I: i [ i [: I i : : :: : ; [ I
Greenwood and Beth
Gautier.
I After
meeting.
a rapid review of
The event will give the pupllittr ] the scout laws the girls completed _
chance to exhibit their tales t- I their study for the tenderfoot teat
I' or lack of It.Announcement which they are expected to
pan
I within the next week. Suggestions 1937 Auto License
has been made I were made for the Christmas party a snow
,Ii p that a box supper sponsored by which the scouts plan to have next
the Athletic Club of Redland will : week. At the close of the meetIng -
be held at the Redland ,
school Mon
pictures were taken of the entire v
day evening Dee. 21, at 8 o'clock. group.
All girls of the Redlan4 District .
are asked to prepare boxes.

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; of Homestead High School Parker told of m.'lona in ladle
;nEDLAl' CONES \WALTON DECEMBER T O.
and graduates of the local where slut spent H sire as a
12-10 in a preliminary missionary and Mri. .I K Campbell
TO HOMESTEAD BY \VIOD. SEE25.000NEWOLDSMOBILES\ directed study i nt "A History
I i I plays Dunn Bus in the lot MisaloiM" !MIN. Alpha M isj -
: In Miami next Wednesday j l-y made the opening pi dyer!
: IIIGHJTONIGHT I IN LEAGUE which the league will suspend ,

1I I for the Christmas holidays j Baptist Church to Hold
will be resumed on Jan. 9 I( Annual Meeting Dec. :tl
Battlers Victors, 31-26, in P.-T. A. Women Homestead will play the Largest Bank of Advance

} Basketball Game High School Girls of Miami on the local Orders In 40 Yearson The annual meeting of the

\ Last Friday Preliminary Go.A Hand Now I Homwtead held at 7 p.Baptist m on Church Dec. 31.will The be

r :, committee on church officers Is
Redland District basketball fan fart, deoepUve-pawing, O. F. Installation : Oldsmobile delivered to retail composed of r. L. Mcllwaln R E.Edw.rd. .
Vm be treated to the second installment trained group of baaketbaUl corn-Posed To Be Held January 5. purchasers 8430 new sixes and .. Mrs J. R. Rutland F H.
of a three-game series ers representing I eights during the last ten days of I Redd and Mrs H. J. Davis
;'>f thrlJing basketball when the the Florida East Coast I of officer of the I November, It wan revealed today The program committee laom-
'Redland and Homestead high league came to Homestead by D. E. Ralston, Oldsmobile vice-
I I lodge I. O O F. elect i posed of Mrs Vera summeilln,
i\ school squads meet tonight In thenome.tead nesday night and showed the a recent meeting will take president and general tale manager : Mrs C. H. Rice, Mrs. Cha Barnes
gym. The varsity I ton Nurseries team, In the Jan. 8, in the lodge hall On E. L. Lawrence and lister Sage.
+tontest will follow I
game between league, how basketball First street In addition, the company now The Woman's Mumionary Society
the B squads of the two schools played. The visitor left I officers has on hand the largest bank of I will have charge of nerving re-
which will begun at 7:80.A : winning end of 38-18 are: noble grand, 'I'
a score TweedcU advance orden In the forty year reshments.
; vice-grand Ru-
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smooth working, aggressive The Walton boy wen Mattaon of Its history, Mr. Ralston said. j I
Redland quintet outplayMHomestead ; secretary, E. S.
at every turn and blocked To the I LEGAL NOTICEIN
throughout in last : treasurer, B A. Buclian- answer rapidly IncreasIng -
Fridaynight's
basket by excellent
guarding secretary, A. W public demand for the new
encounter In the Redland The Redland I THE 1-01'NIT Jttnura COURT II
gym to win, 31-20 The RedlandB ; trustee, R O Moon; rep Oldsmobile sixes and eights, pro. AND *t R DARK COUNTY. PLOW
Association
I' woman's team ve to the grand lodge, C. duction has been stepped up to IDA IN PRimTRIII .
squad also was victorious by a Mrs Dorothy William who I K>, WTATC or ROBERT (I WII,.
J8-11 score ; alternate representa more than i.000 cars dally-the I I LIAMS ALMS It "., Campbell and Edward, Red. T field j goal, defeated a team I Gay highest sustained dally level ever I NOTICE TO ritrnrroKii Ilmd.

I 3 nd guard and center, respectivejf maintained by Oldsmobile. I T. Ad ClWItan god All P.n.M H.vt..

: were, the outstanding players Local Boys Take to Touch Football-I During the month of December, I You Claim. and.r ,mb rf pin Aiiliut are .S.14... ..,Raster n..IIrM .
., r the-floor, both offensively and I Oldsmobile production schedulescall sod raqvlMM'ta vtMMii ear him
toefensiutly" Greenwood was the Like Proverbial Ducks. to WaterBy .j for more than 25,000 cars. as sad may dMnaiHto IUnlMt which DM Few":..lt.r ft Rnhrrt:f eon U..
,JtUdlaAd high score? with point compared with 11000 during the WIIII._. Um _. a Woes,., d.......<
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i ulUwu tall jHomestead center.tt .J same period a year ago an Increase t.. tow HIM. W. r Bum. o.,.t, i._
""" .Ihwl.l Jtota14f. ,,-. .. ._ By Thee J. BleferJJomwtead In the junior and.senior of nearly 49 per cent t .* c-....*t his .ff$" !. Ikr C-..
High School' first high school Charlie Little took -- V CnrtkniiM II Onto CM,My, W1orMa.sithie' .
.... .......... &.,slats. rWrt .-, waMto tain tin
touch football season la over most first place, with Pierre Mo- NAZAUfcl W. F. M. .. MEETS to .. eM fine MkllMUn secede Paid
1tBDf.tNl1Iitestswe0dttr.w. The regulation football field Daniel and Randolph Cave running : The Woman foreign Missionary ..._ Or d.amsd. Ie be ._. t. and p.
.. ,. n...., laid out on the five acre tract acquired him a close race Earl Smith Society of the Home.te.dChunh mated noted w Its..mh.e sfarmold....*A.HIM l>. will I.K.to tarn*. .
( : _.J J Jah Jut spring by the Dade Randolph Caves Duke West and of the Nazarene met at CASPER WILLIAMS.
...I----=. .' .1,2'tM. County School board for the Homestead Martin Bishop also showed outstanding the home of Mrs. Lydia Capllngerl ".nnl CnciitMr of Rf>Wrt.f th.G. Let WllllMns Will llM..
f _..._.:.......-:.- 1 0" 1 school ham provided the ability during the progress Sunday for a short business sea| WII..._. D..s."d.yMs .
-dr.dwarda. e _...__ 1 1 4 town youth with a new and absorbing I of the game. Other ranking clan and t program. Mrs. W. J. IDM wbliathm. It. la.III.1 harasser less: Jaw II.I too INS".
I aampbel I .._.____ 2 1 4 sport The boy took to high were Harvey Rue, Malcolm
I '_ __'"_ 1 2 4 it like the proverbial duck taking !Carson Donald Sullivan, and William
cumbers ____ 0 2 0 to water After thorough drilling McMichael. Boy In the
111' In the rule and fundamental of seventh and eighth grade have
11 9 15, the game team were organised also been taking similar teats which
lit, I; 2nd. It: 3rd 11.4th..J1.. !in the physical education classes were based on the average abilityof
and' e\lllQl1la7 spirited games were the youngster Of these J. R.
?l t. '1NOM6ltTEADr'I"'"' "
I hi'progras* each hour during the Godwin stand high with Richard
Player fll n pt school session Two footballs Caves, Jack McMichael, Leslie
:McMichael fCaves _.__._.___ 0 0 4 were delegated to noon hour use Cheshire, and Lewis Blonde also
f ..._..:_._..__'O 0 1 showing high ranking
Bishop' f 4'.I'f '1j 2 .3 dur-ing Boy hi the junior and senior(
fialcolm, f. 0 0 3 practicing punting, passing and high passing the requirements for
Sullivan, c 7 2 2 drop kicking Captain of the the tests were: Martin Bishop, Tom
McDllnle, I _____... Q 1 1 winning teams in the various Collins, Fred Chapman Randolph
Little I ___' 2 .0..4 physical education classes were Caves, Oscar Clonlnger, Emory
Smith, g ___._.._ 0 1 2 Randolph Caves, Earl Smith. Ed Dearlng, Buddy Fitzpatrick, Francis
Pacettl, J. T. Godwin and Leslie Irwin, Charlie Little Pierre ,
10 6 23 Cheshire McDaniel, Ed Pacettl, Harvey Rue I
l't. 5; 2nd, 8; 3rd 14; 4th, 28 An innovation In the physical Earl Smith Jack Sullivan, Dukes WHEN YOU BUY
. .: education program this year will West Clinton Bishop and Roy Martin
- be a series of achievement tests Boys in the seventh and
Local Hi Loses to Beach YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS
; in each sport, with awards to highpoint eighth grade passing the tests
To Play Here Tuesday men at the end of the school were: Roland Caves, Barney Godwin -

year. Test conducted in touch Kenneth Glenn Earl Don't Forget Your CarWE
I' Homestead High School lost Its football included punting, passing, doe, J. T. Godwin, Richard
second basketball gam In a row place kicking, drop kicking, pass Harry Martin Preston varna-I
Tuesday night when It bowed to receiving, punt receiving and cen ert Branch and Theodore
Miami. Beach High 29-10: .The I HAVE A COMPLETE: STOCK OF

ttoowers showed flashes of excellent
teamwork. The Beach team YALE TIRES AND TUBES

Was led by Strother who cored
TpolnU, and by Balda who mode -
three excellent long shots to aid Quality Tomatoes If your battery is: giiing you trouble, see us.

In a total of 9 points. Sullivan again
We can equip your car with a new Pure Battery
led the Homestead scoring with S

)Mint' ti are always in demand or re-charge your old one.
The Miami Beach B team heldVie
lo tt-tecontf team to one point
In the second half, to, win by a We specialize In Greasing, Washing and

23-9 score ,.One essential requirement to producing quality Polishing.
Homestead; and Miami Beach
will play again'oa Homestead. .in! all fruits and vegetables is to feed the .
eaurtjues-ay.: n Shtr ":The .,amo.wlglnally ; ALERT SERVICE
I slated to .e,Payed'lt =growing plant the correct balance .of the wellJlknown .
.Miami 1 Beach, .Wa< ,changed ",to.Homestead. '
athteBb oeh' gym.. ',\.fntlet ; element, Nitrogen, Phosphoric Acid CENTRAL SERVICE STATION
> completed.C ." : :"_. :.t". ." i "'ICt AWiambPotash.
.. combined with the essential
I qualitybuilding
: HOMESTEAD t K. 11. DAEEI.NG CLAUDE CAMPBELL

r I Player 'Ii f{ pft 'secondary plant foods, a feature N. Krone Avenue and 2nd 8t Telephone BM.J
l'Ia7er. fll n pf

:- McDanlel. ____ L J _.t .-e )llADE. .
j Bishop, t __ ____.__.__ 0 0 .3
I McMichaeL f.._ __.._ .0 1 0

" Sullivan Smith a ____ _.__. 3 .. = ... 0 Soilade is more than a fertilizer, it is a scientifically CLEAN and WHITEN TEETHwith
g'I 3 Calms, the Oxygen tooth powder which
Little g ______-: 0 2 0 blended complete plant food. penetrates ta the hidden crevices between the
: tt.th. Pleasant, Refreshing, Protects the lama
5'-0. 10 .. and Is economical to us*.
"*ht, 2:1nd,'5: std;l0 4lhr it+- t i TRY CALOX AT OUR EXPENSEWhat
: : We urge you to make a comparison.SOILADE .
MIAMI BEACII.. Calo will do for your tttth I* easily
.flayer -" .. J".jt...._ .. i< 4 Mnetrat" by VMS,>. yew owe Meapense. err
,' .ft ft pfButcn ,.... -...- ... : .>: Simply fill in the coupon with yoursame
f' "o D f 4 and address and mail It t* ... Yea will
Orlin, I '::=:::: _. ._.. .0 ,. 4 -- receive atm/Mrf- tree a test can cf CALOX
Drury f ._ i ._. 0 2 .,1 Inc. TOOTH POWDER the powder mot std
Sfcibb. t __---.:... :2. .0 0"l4urpbJ snore people are aalDg every day.
n' >- FREE TRIAL COUPON

t ax..r. e -.-.... '... .1.t". !ti. t: CARL F. WARNER, Agent McKassail I a-... Inc.. FairfcU,CMWSmi
Baida, g. M a 11 lay trial, CALOX TOOTH POWDER at a* expense to
ther.--':""::': -r: '2 Ffcw fl BeasesteU fields Flagler A". am I will try it.NOlIta .

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i the four factors of cost and price.
More Inventions Needed Not Fewer
i volume and employment, for the

I. To Increase Employment, Says Coyle I place unusual.within H'nIIItIeIhat the automobile have taken industry A Cedar Chest is Sure to be Appreciated

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a New York, Dee 10 More Inventions with many dally record above Mr. Coyle declared that the Industry -
not fewer, are needed 6,400 can has every reason to believe
that America will in the future
This means that more than the
to fear the wheeb of mass production -
annual production of twenty yean require more, not less motor cars
to speed and
a greater pro- ago I It now built in the morning of
vide additional production that each: working day, and an equal Funeral Services Held
will bring unemployment to a I
quantity In the afternoon. Even
minimum, M J:. Coyle, president this rate of production I* not always For Princeton Child
and general manager of the Cher- .sufficient supply the demand -
rolet Motor Company told mem- during the high volume Funeral service for Sybil Grace
ben of the Advertising Club of month King three-year-old daughter of I

New York. "More than 60,000 persons are Mr. andd Mrs Ira King of Princeton -
Mr. Coyle, who was Introducedto I now employed on Chevrolet payroll were conducted Wednesday
the adverting men and auto -the company require 10..- afternoon by the Rev. C. H. Con-'
motive leaden by Henry T. Ewald, 000 ton of material each working don pastor ef the Princeton Na-
president of the Campbell-Ewald: day-and It 'would require 45 rarene Church, at a Miami cemetery -i
Company, urged a greater use of complete freight trains of SO can The child died Wednesday
machinery to lead man production each, to handle Inbound and outbound morning in the Dade County hospital
Industry to even greater shipments necessary for' after a abort Ulnes
heights In the future. one day's, production. She la survived by her parent -and so is any other article of furniture you give
"We need more, not let,new Inventions "There now also 10,000 dealers and four brother and sisters.
," Mr. Coyle declared with art their 80000 employee, Turner Funeral Home was In at Christmas time. Come in and tee what we
price, within a range when more engaged in the distribution of this charge or arrangements
of our people can be induced to line of have.
buy, and can afford to pay-not one can Aunt Hetty: "Sakea alive, I don't
in the direct and
"The Increase believe no woman could ever be so
less goods at higher prices. Our I
indirect employment that has been ."
unemployment problem cannot I
possibly be solved by any other I accomplished was made possible Uncle Sy: "What y* reading now, HOMESTEAD FURNITURE CO.
method' I only through offering Improved Betty?" '
,products at lower price*-prices so
Hetty: "Why, this paper tells
Mr. Coyle drew a picture of the Homestead Florida
desired to ,
'low that many people about an English: woman that lost|
economic law that determine the buy and could afford to pay two thousand pounds"-Ex, I
effect of costs sellIng
production on -
I "Lower price were attained by
price, of telling price on volume -
and cost reductions
:coat reductions, -
and of volume on employment '
were principally due to 10I -
figures, citing the historyof methods
proved manufacturing
I
Chevrolet example of
ae an
and the use of so-called laborsaving -
how mass production work demonstrates
machinery. This
'Twenty yean ago Chevrolet the practical operation of the cycle:
wa producing an open touringcar -reduction of cost and price, Increase
eta price of nearly $1200 list, la volume and employment
Mr Coyle laid. "It produced approximately _nd without machinery this remit
$000 units. a ,..,"I' could not have bent attained" W. D. HORNE CO. HAS
employed a few hundred With the Increuedlie of machinery -
I' and Its purchase and freight tonnage and the consequent de-
were not particularly Important ersase of manufacturing: costs, Mr.
f: either to the sources of Coyle explained, the total labor
supply or to the transportation ,requirement la Increased through Giftsfor
)i companies Only a small number higher volume.
: el dealers and salesmen wen The fact that the hourly wage
required to distribute Its car rate of the automotive industry
," "Today Chevrolet I* offeringan are the highest of any industry In
Infinitely better product at ,the world today show the effectof Every Member of the FamilyPLAY
j price below $700 for even the this practice over a period of
I most expensive model The annual time," declared Mr Coyle.
production for 1(36 will exceedone He credited the use of
and one-quarter million unit, ery', which so deeply. machln-// VEHICLES


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We handle only substantially built play vehicles. The latest streamline

i styles, resplendent in alluring paint colors. Automobiles, tricycles, veloci-

'i i pedes In addition we have real bicycles for both children and
We are now equipped to give 24 hour Wrecker wagons. ,

Service. grown-ups.

SPORTING GOODS
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I Rhotgm s Tackle Boxes
II Shies 'KaiVetl ,
I Remember it doesn't make any difference Tennis Bate l Bueballa' -
Racquets '
t what fo wrong with your car, we can repair it Fishing Re&TLerr Bat
;.- i Reels Olovearutbllfbte .
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: ; Westinghouse electric ranges, waffle irons, toasters, percolators, Masters


t; Airport Service Station & Garage You, clocks.can really solve your gift problem at .

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1. t RHODES, Pn*.
; FRANK L. SKILL Owner


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Friday, December 11, 1936 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Page Nine, !


:Crack F. F. A. Chapter Solves Problem AND School Will Present ,

.11 'Em Down the Farm"How : fioirs I Operetta December 18 i

i Of Keeping on NUTS; j} I The Kidnapping of Santa .I
; Claw", a Christmas operetta will
.. .' be presented- by seventy pupils of
..1 i {
You Going to Keep 'im i project, like those In many other ( ,( I
Ga.cam 11 ..tg the Neva King Cooper School under ;
E t
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Down on the Farm?" fs not a se-| schools' were for the men pt J
Cia duxUo. the music supervisor
rlout question la the Redland District -I'Iman. The facilities for teaching Mrt Margaret MIIK ""
\ consisted of one room
thank to wide-awake vocational I '
I Friday evening, Dec. It, at a
agriculture departments with long tablet for classes, about O'clock.

in the twit high school of the district -laoo bulletins and 40 books, and a I!' There i* to be no admission i
; Homestead High! School and rouse for propagation of r charge says Mrs. Mills
Redland High School. ornamentals.In .

; Homestead Chapter, Future I July 1930, George N Wake- Lion project. j
Farmers field was employed as agriculture
of America the organization -
I During the past six and one half
teacher on a part time basis with
through which pupils of the years the director of Homestead'
the Redland school Under his
vocational
agriculture department I
agricultural department has traveled -
direction: the facilities for teachIng -
of Homestead High School do their more than 100,000 miles on
practice farming and enjoy extra- were Improved and enlargedto business connected with his duties
curricular activities! won the ratIng Include a farm shop and land 40,000 miles of which were trawled
of second best Future Fanner laboratory plot. The same year since August 1, 1931
chapter In the United States at the an extensive beautification program -
recent national F. T A. conven- was launched which has re-
tion. Its adviser George N. Wake- sulted In one of the most beautiful
field, was voted beat vocational campuses In South Florida. DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST
agriculture teacher in the state of Soon alter Mr. Wakefield arrived -
Florida at a convention of agriculture a chapter of the Future Farmers 46(20
teacher last AugustA of America was organized
Homestead boy Myron Qren- This organization, which Is com- Office Hours: 9 a. m to 8 p. ...
I Tea Always Said Yes Got the Sea, s"'
nell, was elected state president at posed of boys enrolled la vocational Sundays 9 U 11
the Florida F. F. A. conventionlast agriculture has as Its purposes I Happy is Us cock-sore driver any of these may prove fatal to Closed Saturday
summtr. the training of young farmers who feels that Lady Luck rides the driver who depends on his luck.
in leadership, co-operation I with him and that he will always; Almost 8,400 person were killed
Among the outstanding feats of gat the breaks. Happy, that Is, In that last year, according Free Parking Space
'I the Homestead chapter during the community service scholarship, until the Inevitable emergency earn Company records. I7M N. W. JITIt ST. :MIAMI
past year wore its winning ot the thrift and recreation. I arises and the fickle Lady ducks Nearly (5,000 others were
Homestead Chapter has been out oa him. Injured. case the PHONE t-sm
for Its
grand sweepstakes prize exhibit halnOirIII't7
at the Dade one of the outstanding chapters I At high speeds, It doesnt take driver to blame,
County Tropical
ot the state ever since Its inception., much to make a car leave the for Be other ears were Involved.
x Felt last March and the trip made la 1933 the Homestead roadway. A moment's Inattention, Good driven don't depend on
last Summer by 22 members of flu group was I a badly banked curve a bole in lock. They depend on skill, and
rated the best chapter la Florida,
,t chapter and the Adviser to Kansasfor the pavement, a sudden awem- everlasting alertness
,
the best In the Southern
Region
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In educational motorcade tour I
, of the agricultural districts of that States and fourth la best 1934 in, the Homestead United!'! creased value to property through]I II I direction of the agricultural teacher

stats which extended into a sightseeing Chapter again was rated best In beautification and Improvement I this house was repaired, running PAtMI
tour oii ,the way ,back byway I and savings brought about through
of TexU\Vlth a visit to the Florida and this year, 1936, won I water a septic tank and modern E
improved practices.
Texas Centennial first In Florida, first in the Southern -i plumbing were Installed, and the
Exposition
as one
of the highlights. Region and second In the Unit-.1 'In order to assist student with walls both Inside and out were
ed States. their supervised practice programs painted. In addition the grounds
In a forthcoming Issue of the The purpose of agriculture edu- the department has acquired several have been beautified.
Dade County Teacher county! cation it to give farm boy and thousand dollars worth of
magazine for teachers, which will adults specific training In the agriculture farming equipment and given away During the Christmas holidays ot .
feature the schools of Homestead, 1933 the Homestead Chapter F. F.
of a community In orderto nearly fifteen thousand ornamen-
the history of the vocational de- produce efficient farmers, good I tal plant . A., under the leadership of Its agricultural -
partment will be outlined as follows teacher, entertained the GeneralPublic
citizens and'contented rural community -
Today the department has facilities Shawnee Mission Chapter from
: leaders. The present, for supervised practice In" Merriam, Kansas. The Kansas
Vocational agriculture was first methods and resulting supervised I truck: farming, fruit culture, ornamentals group was rated the best chapter Utilities
.. established In Homestead High far I
practice program are cry poultry and forestry It In the national organization thatyear.
School one part-time basis la 1924 from those followed In the early hi a library consisting of more .
by C. D. Wright who was the first history of vocational agriculturein than 300 book and 5,000 bulle-'I Homestead Phone ItS-M
teacher. At that time courses were Homestead High'School Today tins. It receive ten agricultural, Through efforts ot the agricultural
offered by Mr. Wright in Homestead student in vocational agricultureare periodical each month, and hal department a group of women
High during half of each day taught to plan a long-time supervised facilities for, teaching through the: have been employed on a W. P.
A. sewing project and ot
; a group
the Redland Farmlife School
and In that
practice program medium of aterloptlcon and moving -
during half of each day. Mr. will ultimately put them In the pictures. I young men have been employedon
National Youth
a Admlnlstra-
.. Wright resigned after one year and business of farming. Of the 130 Individual boys enrolled -
John Garrls was employed to continue In the summer of 1931, an addi- in vocational agriculture
the work In both schools. tional teacher was employed for during the past six years 4J are
Mr. Garrls served as agricultural the Redland Farm Life School and still in school, 10 have moved
teacher from 1923 until June 1930. this made it possible for each away-occupation unknown, 4 "ARMOUR SEES TO IT
During this time one "all-day" school to have a full-time department are employed In fertilizer and feed
and one "unit-day" clan was Each year since, the de- stores, 56 are farming and 17 are ,p I GET THE RIGHTFERTILIZER"
taught In each school. These partment at Homestead High has in occupations other than farm-
classes were organized according to offered courses to: regular high
recognized standards of that time. school students, the "all-day" ing.In comparative rating with oth-
This system provided for the classes; to eighth, grade students, er agricultural departments In i
teaching of plant production, hor- "unit-day" classes; to boys out of Florida, Homestead's department 4 #
ticulture, animal husbandry and school "part-time" classes; and has placed in the highest five every tr
farm management la succeedingyears. to adults, "evening" classes. year since 1931. For the year
During the past six years the 1935-36 this department placed
In connection with a course In department has enrolled 327 students first, and the director, Mr. Wake-
vocational agriculture a student in the five types of classes. field, was rated Florida' Master
Is required to conduct a supervised These student have made a total Teacher.
practice program.) During the early labor Income of more than 'ST,- In 1934 the agricultural depart-
yean of the course In Homestead 000.00 or an average of 14500.00 ment was instrumental In obtaining -
schools the supervised practice each )lear. It should be noted, an unused house belonging to r
programs consisted of projects in however, that this has not been Dade County as a clubhouse for
ornamentals, poultry, tomatoes, altogether a cash income. Several the local chapter of the Future {
dairy cattle and squash. These thousand dollars represent In- Farmers of America. Under the




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Fall Fertilizing about Armour' rtll

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fertilizer i* the way
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they make Them to fit our crop con-

of your grove has a great effect on your spring bloom. Get your trees 1 ditiotu. Their men know what it's

In condition to bloom and hold the bloom next spring. t all about. They come to see me,

they know about my crop and my Set mt for the A,.

Use Redland Brand Fertilizer for results. We also have a complete plans-end they help me get the moue Fcrtilita belt

line of vegetable fertilizers for truck crops. Quality fertilizers fertilizer I need. suited for fhr'tJe.

dirt. r...&eee. Te-
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Ten THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, December 11, 1936HOMESTEAD

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-- I' elementary. grade put on Florida's 101 Sights Are lures of the conference program.
: Ua entitled "Kidnaping The next conference will be
'' ta CJaua" ujMier the direc Shown on New Road Maps held In Welt Palm Beach in June.

I of the music iMferudor, Mr*. ,
'I M Dae. 8, ta the Neva King 'In time for what Is expected -
I KELLA SAM School ., School auditorium. to oe riorida't biggest season
In year come the 1037 edition of
I -_______ ___ _____ __ u n __ .___UnmU__ the state's road map Issued by the GROVE
Webb'r home sold
THUD MONTH$ HONOR BOLL elected room Standard Oil Company of Ken-
at the basket ball game THEATRE
grade ,. night to make for tucky.
Twelfth grade high. Geraldine money Betide a clear and attractivepresentation COCONUT DROVE
I RelU, Bobbie Sununerlin; low, Annette library. of the state's entire Shows 1 and 0 AdmlsaUe SS*
I Elizabeth Skill Lou Bell Rucker; highway system the new map includes Matinee Sal and ..... Ste1MIB.M.
nell, Robert Oauxeiu, Buddy F1U- Team IV. fifth andd sixth grade are a pictorial map showingover .
j Patrick. grade the unit of aviation. They 100 of the principal point of
Bullard; ; S..., Man. Taes. Dee. 1S14UCRAIG'S
making airplane of clay and
Eleventh grade--high, Eugene Interest and natural resources
The fifth
Scherr Cecelia Harper Alta Webster Team 1, ; some of colored paper. I throughout the state. From the
; low Randolph Civet, Effle Nina southernmost house In the United
; .t
Booth. Nina Pearl Bush, Iva Dyal, Team IV' Dorsey'i fourth grade Is States to the old Spanish fort at
Norma Gouman, Henrietta Hart- The when to use quotation Pensacola, and the Fountain of
man, France Lett, Ellen Vann, Since the pupils are study Youth at St Augustine this map is '
studying : I '
Ruby Dolar I letter writing they wrote let filled with suggestions that should
ply. Aaesune
Tenth grade-high Lucille Weft ing the to their parents Inviting them 1 make our winter visitors see more
Edna Booth Madge Thompson; through I P.-T. A. meeting. They col I of Florida and stay longer.
tow Annabel Redd, Marcia Gau-I Christmas tree in the corner Copies of this map are available
ieru Mary Torrlae William Mc- ;;; ; letter. They are sorry free at local Standard Oil outlets.
Mlchael, Howard Lamb, Harvey I The Ralph Shore who has mov-
Rue, Thomas Vamadoe, Sybil Clvltan Dania.This class won the dol- Local Group Attends lose
Cheshire Elizabeth McHwaln, Lll- I the P.-T. A. meeting Tues '''RUSSELL QLES
burn Nixon. gene ; Pahokee ConferenceNine

Ninth radbllb, Elwin Coop. IOnbird.; I 10M.9a"95*
er, Mildred Field Constance I i s Ftfleld's pupils are team representative of the
Scherr.; low, Herbert Booth, Henry food English rule from the Homestead Methodist Church attended -
Dodson, Rachael Gorman, Mar ing clan ; that they have up In the the Methodist district conference -'
garet Field, Joe Plebe, Jud Piche, In i held in Pahokee Tuesdaythe WIFE
a room ,- Rev A. A. Koestlin and
Harry Pierce Eunice' Walker
Trances Webb. a dining : Ra,'* clue was.sorry Ito Ivan .JI_, who took their cars -West."I'tnIn.'DeC1.-t'ft .,.
Bighth grade--high, trim Cap. ject. dollar.'l'b Frances McVicker who bas-and Mr. tad Mr*. L. A. Young, : win : ..
color. transferred Redland. Mr*. J. YU McNeilL Mn J. K. r .'Watty..., '.
lioger. Mary EUea: Cay, Wanetta : .: in'Ain6iisad6ritM'
room -Davis! -the ILL >MJ. E.: '
Bey. Feep : "
KeettUng; tow, Letter Archer, J. : : .
T. Godwin Jack McMichael Jay scheme. Jacknon's first grade is very Close end 0:-S.'Jeffrey*, lonegorhpdnld"tuldC' .,t-':, .
Newton Janus Sullivan, Frances of the potted plant lhat Fri.'"Sat? Dee: ll-Il "
One of -Songs by Chief SlIftf10l rue '
Lamb. Betty Jane Meybem, Katherine Brandenburg IOUIMCor :John. yno. ; '. ,:
Orfanede, Rote Peterson. school The pupil have dec- who tang Inflbmettead last year .. "

rene Seventh, Porls; rade Thompson-Wgh,, Esther Edna "World ulation,"'.. tm.the. decoratfona..ud bulletin board!with'a* 'and Foster' .n'tot addressby West alm"Bt.ml Miss )Susie mission ]I' "Sea Spoilers"' .. ..,

Rucker Lamar Dickinson; low, Claus, reindeer and packs of wOrkreriA'K&rea''Were'fea-

Lewis Eakei> Ralph DeUinger, for note . .
Margaret Lawrence, Marjorie Connor i
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stant ,xtto ..
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Mary Jo Close, Annette Campbell I Loving Mother '

t Edna Becker: Carol Walker We public-spirited lady met the .FREE! -,
Mabel Pope Mary F. Pierce going boy on the street Something
Sixth grade-Hilda Dodson,Ath- and his appearance halted her,
ley 'Kemp, Delores Papy, Mary It's boy, haves: you. any at Sears y
Frances Rutland. requested ?" she asked. .
Fifth grade Vara Rheney, June "
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English." yes'm. I've got a home.
Vann, Bargara Bigger, Clarice.. loving parents?"
(I Dodson. I'' t. Leo I ."
,r Fourth grade-:Jennie Hardy school afraid you do not know Toyland Circus Tent
John Taylor, Virginia Walker, affection really I Ja. Do ;your
Dorrli Ada Dodson. Mrs. ; look after your moral wel
Third grade-Billy Melton, Billy has d ?" Where you will see the largest assortment
Vann. Eileen Scherr. some : :I ICbriJtmll .
Second grade--Barbara Jean to ""
they bringing you up of toys in Miami
Smith, Ruth Rutland Alfred Tom- and '' good and helpM citizen?"
erlin. Bate Carpenter Donald 'I' ." .
Posey, Marlon Nixon. making munity. you ask your mother to A Juvenile :
Rope-
i I First grade-Margaret Bullard,I Florida : and hear me talk on 'When
Ethel Lott, Margaret Barnes, Con- I a Mother's Duty to Her Child
nie Campbell, Ann Home, Barbara -I Miss ?' at :3 o'clock next Monday Throwing ActDON
Jean Home Annie Mae King,/J the In Lyceum Hall?"
JoI Betty Rene Simmons, Louise Willt -I meeting; '. the matter with you,
,im*. Irvin Melton, Victor Morris,' time this Don't you know me? I'm AND GENE McLAUGIILIN .;
i Bobby Nichols, Joe Reynolds, Bil-1 I won the I little boy.-Ex,
ly Bob Webb. (Commonly known as pint and half-pint) .;

i I Three Times Daily ,'. ,, .
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AD the members of the Pep .
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Club went to the basket ball game )
al RedJand-last.Friday night and RED CROSSDEPARTMlf This Week Only
they all agree that it was a good r

: game even though we did lose The j 11:00.a. m., 3:00 p. m. and 7:30: p. m. .
Pep Club girls have their new

suits colors.of green and white the school! STORE Note: Sears Toyland Circus Tent will be opens!

The club did tumbling and built evenings until Christmas. i I
pyramids and also sold cold drinksat
the game Tuesday night I These juvenile rope throwing: stars and their j

j ponies are known from coast to coast. They're j;
Physical education classes have Miami's Christmas !
I worth a trip to Miami. Come in any evening. j
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coups sw; w" "w plan.
J Drtre wed Delis Gems..GaaM. Skate. Footballs C1r.queete, ,.BaJb,
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Friday December 11.1936 THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Para Eleven
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who remained to spend the winter Mr*. J. E.: Bishop was U) Tues-
FLORIDA CITY here. day md Wednesday but is reportedto

.." W. W. .. ..". O..r.apoedea$ j be lightly better now.
In and JlroundHomestead Mr*. W. E.: b.nwho hat

Mayor; M. Silverman la still been In a Miami hospital several C. D. Baker of Elkl"" W Va.,
weeks returned to her home on who arrived Saturday will farm
confined to him bed but U reportedto
Sunday.Mr. here this winter.
1 be much improved, and hopea
to be out toon. I
I and Mrs. Clarence Mutsey E. Bartholomew of Northlord.

,' of Burlington, Vt, and their Conn.. arrived Thursday and isoccupying
J The Woman's Foreign Uintonary -I daughter, Miss Myrna French, ar- a Hobart Brocket cottage -
Society of the Community rived Friday to spend the winterat street
on Eighth
Quail :Roost house on Quail North. They made stops In New Church met Wednesday at the
the home of 141'1.
I, Roost road is being torn down In York City and In Lake Liuerne, home of Mrs. R. J. Shepherd. Muzsey'sbrother ,
J. A. Severy. Walton Dixon made business
order that a large modern tone Glens Falls WhIte Plains and Present were: Mrs. Lucy Clinton,I a
1i house may; be erected on the Mount Vernon In New York and I Mrs. R. W. MulUns Mrs Jas M. ville. trip to Pompano Wednesday

1: same site, and the spaclgus, in Mrs. Bishop's old home In Elk- Dobbin Mra. Lucy; Hole and Mra. the winter here J A. Severy pent severe! days
grounds are being landscaped. hart, Ind.
'1 Shepherd. [I I in Miami this week
When tho place is completed it --
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';; will'be the home of Its owners, Mr. and Mrs M. V. Stalling an- Mr. and Mra. Sam Silverman Grover Becker It expected this
week from Mt. dare W. Va. wherehe The Florida ,
I I City P -T Aiv selling -
" Judge and Mra. Mitchell D. Price. nounce the birth of a four and one- of Miami and son, Ronnie, and the
pent aummer. a fruit cake thl week
half Bobbie
pound daughter, Jean
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Sllverman of
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: Mn. J. J. ;;; who with Mr. at the Poet Graduate hospital I Miami Beach were Sunday vial- its

Villa operated the Log Tavern two Wednesday. |I ton at the home of Mr. and Mrs.

t' yean ago will operate the coffee E. A. Hartsock of Atlanta ar- M. Silverman. Buy Something ElectricalFor
, shop of the Breakers Hotel In
rived Tuesday to spend Christmas
Becker and her
Miami Beach this winter. Her Mrs. Johnny
with his son-in-law and
daughter -
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Pinelli infant son returned home Wed- Her Christmas
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Webiter.
of Santa Cruz, Cat, her sitter, nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Becker have
Mrs. Hartsock will arrive about
,a Miss Dorothy, and her brothers, moved from the Robertson apartment
Dec. 20.
::1 Donald and Roy; left last week |' on Broadway; to the R.
After a two-week visit in Miami Mr. and Mrs.: Paul Reynolds Mattson home on Palm avenue.

+; and at the Villa grove, put former visited Mr. and Mrs. C. A. SwannIn .
1ti Wilson place near, ,Sliver palm Miami Thursday night of last Mrs. Blanche Chapman's nephew -
.,. Jdrlvtiand Redland; road. Mr. andJMrt. week. I. Wilbur Jones of Clarka-
? Plnellf like the Redland i burg W. Va., and Bob Hanson of
pistrlct so'well that they plan to Leo Bishop, Jr., arrived last Monongahela Pa., were guests of

'. J>uy a grove here and spend two week from Charlotte, N. c., wherehe Mrs Chapman from Sunday till
-or three' months here each winTier. has been employed for the past I Tuesday; They were accompanied
; two years. After Christmas he to-Florida City by Mr. and Mrs.
. will be employed in Miami. Buster CamobeU of Mononnhela
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j Mrs Louis F Muench of Springfield -

Mo., the former Miss Bernice -

McEwen, arrived Saturday o oTHE oi
" ;afternoon, to spend six or eightOjraeks.wltb.

her father and mother -

Mr.: and Mn. C: W. McEwen.Tb r
.train, in which Mrs. Muench
.' [came from Jacksonville brought i

Jeleven i hundred persons to Miami.;
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Give
,, j D. W Burton of Atlanta who a
j visited several days last week with

'>Ii [.his sister, Mrs. Annie Nabors, tot 'A I f

.4 : now connected with an electrical .

"I company In Miami Beach. WatchWatches ill I

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Mr and Mrs. R. S. Dunn and
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Mrt.rJVmh's 'alstec Mill ',"verai

i Dellc,' have moved to the Sprague

j house on Bauer drive near Richard l

1 road which Mr. and Mrs Dunn

,1 ;purchased recently They have t .
i been living at the Burbank houseon
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,1 Halnlln drive ea

.) ,' Mn. Florence-Hulloway who has' 4

) :been spending several months 'at

her old home in Tarrytown, N. Y., I

'J returned Monday to spend the .
: winter with Mr. and Mn. EdwardOakley ROLLATORa COli.lInIOIl.

on West Mowry street I eselosive,

y' Marts ..u.... ag .ecAe..

Joseph Gauzens has complete hm AM t.t 1 slowly wring
his course at the Homestead Business -
College and la now located In I pert eaplsys" saw***, ash

; Miami. selling. ,..,.,. Read-were
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nil 4.w 1M se.est QDMs1MMtw.

Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Bishop returned .J .-....--
', Wednesday from a five-
welcome and timely gifts for men or
are always
month automobile trip In the
: women young and old. Every watch, represents substantialsavings. 10-YEAR Small
I A most complete assortment.for you to choose
from. A watch-gift is one of lasting utility. WARRANTY

'; HOMESTEAD HOMELAUNDRY Woman's jeweled and adjusted wristwatch, $11.50 toopeousew M .n.ra ow Down

tlS.OO value, special .___
Payment

Longlnes and Hamilton, $37.50 to $300.
Watches curved to fit the wrist, $29.75 value, $19.95

115 S. W. 2nd ST. Special i i i _. t i i i *n -
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11 Special .__._____ ww.su
"" 4 Cash and Carry Prices

Elgin and Bulovas, $17.SO to $250.
Maytag Appliances Thnagheot Man's Jeweled and adjusted wrist watch, $12.79 value $8.95

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LEGAL NOTICES Mas. RACY CHL'lNUas, _.......

FINEDIAMONDS fee N ]Cams Avesee Hole" nerld.HARRY'S .
. NOTICI or APPLICATION roa TAI I

I (_..DEED Hill N.. 141)HOTirl 8 I
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OAINCO. INC.. koMor of (tote .nd County
T.. Ortlrhxto No ISWt broil the IrJUy
<. AMOrt. A D. 1.a.. .kM filed. Mm* AT GREAT SAVINGS
o w hi mr.elf..*. and ka* BMfc ippltaUmi" lor
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.._ Slue $39.75 $185.00
state ft flortta : white White WELDING SHOP
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Blue .. _
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K. PUt' Book (. P n Its. ki UM :
IH*. Slat. ITorMtTW : 1U Carat
tr o' o $89.50 5295.00 PRINCETON. FLA.
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UU U nMtfkmto bound mat ta tk* uwW
UNKNOWN. Portable Electric: and Acetylene Welding on Cylinder Blocks
I Vftmm MM Mrtttlote tluiM W
'age" Ins to law tk* yravoftf = Cylinder Heads Aluminum Castings and Boilers.AateawUve .
, i Ikn. will to MM H tk* kltlMM bidder. Bass Jewelry Co.
M tk* Curt-lMM door o* tk* fliM Mo> Machine Repairing-Catering to garages !I. man
..V ta tile swath of I........ last wkkkI
tko k **r of JUMUT. 1M7. 114 EAST FLAGLEa STREET, MIAMI bearing oaring and aliened reasnlag eeauwetlaig red Bearing
. DaM tkki IMkcuJcW *or rf Non;'.* ..ISS4. and boring and erUa4er berlor.
L B. LIATRiaMAM.Clrk :
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II Social Events in South Bade ::' ;. ,! 'ql




1'" JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB MAKES PLANS MISS CHARLOTTE STALLONE, ENGAGEMENT OP MISS LILLIAN PORTE J I i
18 BRIDE: OF ALFRED VERDI
FOR VARIOUS HOLIDAY ACTIVITIES Mix Charlotte Stallone and Al- TO NEWTON BERNHEISEL ANNOUNaEIIr

i -- fred Verdi were married at the r J

I Varloui holiday activities were tale Dade County courthouse In Miami Rev and Mrs. John W. Alice Macomber, conductress; Mrs
1 discussed by the Junior Woman' After discussion on balloting clerk'Saturday office.by an official In the Porte of Sylvia Terrace, Redland, Albert :Meybem, associate conduct

Club of Homestead at a meeting methods, the club deckled to>> purchase and Fkmlngton N. J., this week rets; Mr*. Wra. M. John, wen.
1 In the clubhouse Monday even- black and white ball to ann The bride I* the daughter of announced the engagement of their tary; and Mr*. Rudolph Mattson
Inn. Miss Mary Bradley, MIn secret voting. Dick Stallone of New York City youngest daughter, Lillian Merrill, treasurer.
Marguerite Wollam and Mr*. Mr*. H. T. Oxford and Mrs. Joel who made his home here until last to Newton Clarence Bemhelsel of Installation of officer win tak.|
Auguttui Wynn were appointed J. Robinson were appointed to I year. She was graduated from New York City. The date for I plan [)eo. it In the hatt.Mr .
i; by the president, MIn Ellen Huff, draft revision to the by-law Homestead High School In 1832, the wedding hat not yet been set' *. Ceo. W. Turner, Jr., la the
to work with the South Dade ThOM present included: Mn. and later took a business course Miss Porte accompanied her retiring worthy mnjron and W. B.
County Christmas Cheer committee Herbert Turner, Mn. Geo. M. In Miami. Until her marriage *hewa parents to their winter home here Caves, the retiring worthy; patron,
In obtaining food and clothing Sonnlchsen, Mrs. E. A. Buchanon, employed a local store. In November. She Is I talented
to be distributed. Mn. Paul Reynolds, Mn. Claude Mr. Verdi came to Homesteadtwo staffer and since her graduationfrom AITYnU..Y' nwWwo
Plum for a Christina party at Campbell Mrs. W. B. Caves, Jr., yean ago from New York City Temple University has been BENEFIT CARD'PART
the country Club on Dec. 21 were Mn. Burley Dendy, Mrs. W. B. where he received hi* education.He doing educational work at Rutgers Five tablet of
., discussed, and Mn. Wilburn Reed Caves, Mr. L. B. Danzy, Mr I Is engaged farming. 'I University.Mr. play at the benefit bridge were lit
and Mn. T. J. Walker were appointed Bruce Ennls, Mrs. Hunter Hardin, party given
They
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maklngthelr"horr.e
on Bernhelael Is aa educator.He by the Woman's Auxiliary of the
to decorate the elubhouae. Mn. Russell Horne, Mn. Wm. M.
I N. E. First avenue between Third Is a graduate of PennsylvaniaState I St. John's Episcopal Church at
The members decided John
to Mr
Fred
sponsor Kufelddt, Mn. and Fourth streets.The J' Teachers College and is now the home of Mrs. Frank Hauimaa
a dance at the country club on f. D. Perkins, Mn. Oxford, Mrs.
New Year' Eve to get funds for 'Walker Mr*. Wynn, Mrs. Shaw M departmental and field manager Wednesday afternoon.
the club ,treasury. Mines Alice Mn, Robinson, Miss WoUam, Miss Calendar of the Educators' Association of Mrs. J. R. Brook won the high!
and Grace Hobson, Miss Mary Huff, Misses Alice and Grace Hobson I Philadelphia.MRS. score prize, Mrs. W. J. Clark, the

Bradley and Mrs. Marvin Shaw Miss Bradley and Miss Pearl Dee. 11-Areme Club electionof second prize, and Mr. W. R. Bird,
,, were placed In charge of ticket! Whitaker. officers at Wm. M. Johns borne. I BOD HARRIS NEW the low score prize.
Dec. 14-Meeting of Woman' EASTERN STAR HEAD Other present were: Mrs. C. H.
I HOMESTEAD P.-T. A. HAS CHRISTMAS Club of Homestead.Dec. Mr*. Bob Harris was elected: Steffani. Mn. Lee H. Lehman,Mrs.
. I IS-Meeting of Woman' worthy matron of Ad Astra Chapter H. E. Schaff, Mr*. P. B. Bird. Mrs.
i PROGRAM AT ITS DECEMBER MEETING Club of Redlinds. of the Order of the Eastern Geo. M. Sonnlchsen, Mrs ,)'oell.

.. Dec. 15-W. M. S. circle meetIng Star at a meeting the I. O. O. T. Robinson, Mr*. C. H. Pepper, Mr*.
A program of Christmas music *. hall Friday night Geo. W. Tur- Russell Anderson, Mrs. Howard
bv school children and I talk onFriendliness" Dunlop In Silver Palm. Dec IS-Areme Club benefit ner, Jr., was elected worthy patron Lamb Mr.J. S> Horton,Mr*. Gao.
: by the Rev. E. L. Nineteen were present-Mrs. party at American Legion hall. ; Miss Helen Livingston, associate Ruhele, M... T. M. roes Mrs
Nelson pastor elf the Tint Presbyterian E. M. Froschar, Mn. H. J. Brocket Dec 17-Homestead Home Demonstration matron; and Ralph Moon, Given Victor, Mr. Weston. Mrs,
Church by *, Mrs. R. M. Barnes Mn. Al- Club meeting at 8:30: associate patron. Kalth Foulk, and Mrs. J. E. Oau-
; Homestead P.-T: rmem"t at berta Suit, Mr*. Lucy Clinton, a. m. Other officer elected were: Miss lent
e Mr*. H. F. Potter, Mr*. D. B.SnOW' .
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meeting held In the school auditorium Dec. 17-Redland Home Demonstration -
Mr*. Grace Smith, Mrs. B
Tuesday afternoon.The dub meeting at 130.
I F. Collier, Mr*. N. O. Ball Mn :
musical numbers, directedby Dec. 17-Coma* Club meeting
Flora Compton Mr*. Wm. M.
Mrs. Margaret, Mills at Lee H. Lehman home.
supervisor Johns, Mr*. Geo. E. Reed Mn
were:: Dec. 17-Naranja O. E. S. meet.
"Father. We Thank How Contestants Stand
H.
C. Reed, Mrs. Dunlop, Mr*.
Thee" Ing.
by I group of second grade
Sonnlchsen. Mr. Dobbin, Mn
pupil from Mr*. Edna Thill'I Shepherd and Mrs. Butler. Dec. It-Free operetta by pupil
I man'i room; "Merry Christmas" of Neva King Cooper school at IHwYe yj deln'T Come down to year Recall Drug Store s4eee.
and Christmas Bells" by first lPom.
MRS ALBRIGHT Dec. U Half the town bas been In to watch the Bmlletlsi when (hetuune
r grade children from Mr*. Virginia IS ELECTED -Meeting of Ad Astra
Edwards' room and MIn :Mary NARANJA WORTHY MATRON Chapter of O. Z.S.1n1.0.0.F.' ef the contestant In Uie.KexaB Bey and Girl1 Contest are
Jackson's room; duet, "Santa Claus I Mrs. Anna Albright was elected hall pealed.
I* In Town" by Alene Koestllne I i worthy matron of Naranja Dee. 20-Young People. Service
t and Ruth Rutland; "A Deer OhlTree" O. E. S. on Thursday evening Dec. League Christmas pageant In
and "Santa Land" by a group 3. Arthur C Davis was elected Episcopal: Church at 7:30: p. ... Dent let your Bam slip fcekt Make M year naiad to WIN eneef
from :Mn. Thurman'i room; song worthy patron; Mn. Effie Bashor, Dec. 20-Redland District Young those weaderhl toys! Keel reminding yew friend that tot
by Hilda and Clarice Dodson, Barbara associate: matron; W. H. Owen, People' Union director meeting every penny they spend they nit east en* veto for ,ea. Assure
f I Diggers, Athley Kemp, Mary associate patron; Mn Mildred in Baptist Church at I p. m Went that besides being able to vote for yea they can get what
,I Ellen Deering and France Rut Thompson, conductress; Mn. Rosa- Bee. 21-Athletic Club sponsored they want and can "Save with Safety" at TIlE DIXIE. DRUG. _
land; "Away in a Manger" by a lee Chapman, associate conductress box nipper at Redland High THE REXALl DRUG STORE. ,
i group from fifth and sixth grades: ; Mn. HoIUs Ooley, secretary; School at 8 p. m,
t and "Deck the Hall." "Th. Tint and Mrs. Lauveda Brown treasurer. .* ._n_ .u*._ 21-BPnetlt__ ___nun dAnM1.__m_ ...........I
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w Noel" and "Silent Night"; by a by Young People' Service League BOYS GIRLS
chorus from the fifth and sixth Appointive office will probably In Lion Den. ,
'I adee. be announced at the next meetingof Dec. 21-Junior Woman' Club J. David Frederick L Louise' Hearing
The attendance! dollars were the order on Dee. 17. Christmas party at Homestead 2. Billy Jacob 2. Dolores Papy
,i warded to Miss Minor Hayden's A program and general good Country Club. S. Harry Simpson 9. Margaret Barnes
ream In the nigh f school and Miss time are planned for the next I Dec. 22-Redland District Young 4. Dale Faust 4. Virginia Studrtlll
: 1' Frances Doney'i room in the ele meeting in honor of the outgoing People' Union caroling practice in 5. Wilbur Cave B. Connie Campbell
i. lt'ntar1IChoo worthy matron, Mn. Mary Fen- Baptist Church at 7.30: p. m. 8. John McLean I. Martha Ann Lindsay'
nell and the outgoing worthy patron DM. 24-Redland District Young 7. Harry Bowen 7. Betty Byrum
r l MBS. sncrriERM liZELECTEDI D. E. Bashor. People' Union caroling ;
party. 8. Floyd Fogle 9, Mary Jo Close
I,j I GARDEN CLUB PRESIDENT Dee. SI--Installation Of officer 9. Cha*. Bernecker (. Betty Gatlin
) Mrs. R. J. Shepherd was reelected REDLAND P.-T. A. of the Ad Astra Chapter of O. E. 10. Jackie Jennes 10. >
S. In I. O. O. F. hall. Alone Koestllne .. .
president of South Dade TO MEET JAN. .. 11. Billy Hutchinson *""
Garden Club at a meeting held at The meeting of the Redland Dec. 31-Junior Woman' Club 11. Thelma Chlnner' f
the Butler Hotel Monday afternoon Parent-Teacher Association which sponsored dance at Homestead 12. Billy Vann 11 Joy, Peter; I iwt

J when Mrs H. C. Reed and was to have been held In the school Country Club. 13. Bill Park M. Marilyn Bethe.1" I
Ii Mrs Butler were hostesses. Mn., auditorium tonight and the executive Dec 31-Redland District Young 14. Steve Robert 14. Phone Alphonso
Geo. M. Sonnlchsen was elected board meeting which was to People' Union watch party and 18. Bobby Brandenburg M. Margaret Bullard
tint vice-president; Mrs. Reed, I have been held this afternoon, have program at Presbyterian Church. 18. James Campbell It. Virginia Hilliard
second vtce-prwldent; and Mrs, been postponed to Jan. I.I Jan. Meeting of Garden Clubat : '

} Wm. Dunlop. secretary and treavrer. .. Dunlop home In Silver Palm. Other contestants are: boys, Chi*. Cowman, Jack Heffner, Lynne i

Irwin, Ernest: Lee Klser, Howard Kirby, Gene Reynold!' Carl
Mr*. Ja*. M. Dobbin gave an Interesting Smith, Leon Simmons l, Steve Blondo, Gerald Andrew, James

: talk on method of using JON CAREand Cash, Jr., Dickie Carney, James Chsmbliss Olrli."Jackle Buck,
I ocadoa. Mrs. Shepherd exhibited -
a basket of gourd and told of Wild Batt, France Foster Marjorie ]roll, Barbara Kin, Johnnie

I their many KM*. Mrs. Ceo. J. YP Beauty Nelll Keitt, Esther Knight Rebecca Vickers' Virginia Wood '

Reed read several Interesting
I
U poem*. I True Wee I":
beauty demand
t The club voted to love its meetings
i ) on the first and the third Monday time the best Whether of care at aQ [the genuine THE DIXIE DRUGThe
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of the month hereafter. The
j t wit meeting will be held oa Jan. wish a wave, a facial" EUGENE Permanent
a manicure or of
< at the born of :Mr. and Mr. Wm. the ether essential any aid jfofc.'foUwt .. b iii. Rexall Drug Store
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to beauty, youll find Rae, Iawiod aterls-dtrrs .
"Our Perfect OptometricI the skilled operator at fcfad of a,...-you woos;

Service Will Pa ft Beauty Parlor (pU4 aWi she Lied we ghe.
I ready to serve you Pee we do grautae Eagles

-L quickly at any time. I ;- Ttag,with gtmifo fvgtotSWhra. Annie Mayhew FitzpatrickGraduate
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Combination lair be the wrae, with as.Neel .
PERMANENT WAVES tmdalatlaes sad 0aufBush's Oberlin Conservatory and Royal .
Dr. Neuenschwander "leg '
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Prices & $6, $7 Conservatory of Leipzig !
;( Dr. D. Gonzalez Barber
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OPTOMETRISTS PIANOFORTE AND THEORY

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" MRS STKICKLAND NEW Africa they found a is an evergreen MR& HAUSMAN IS ,:\
' NOBLE GRAND OF RCBEKAHS!!I tree with large compound HOSTESS TO COMUSCLtB ',,: !
pinnate leaves and large and showy Mn. Frank Hausman was hottest t
Mrs. Edna Strickland was elect- "t ton
) w I Social Events I ed noble grand and Mn. Anna, clusters of oran,.-'" flow***; It to the Comua Club at her home :, ;
: Moon vice grand of Liberty Re- requires rich, wtlt drained tail King highway on Dec. S. Mn. '
bekah lodge at the meeting held with sufficient moisture; Ills I propagated Lee H. Lehman and W. K. Walton .
I j In the L O. O. F hall Monday by seeds or cuttings; ito won the high score prises.
ti night Other officers elected wood is soft and pulpyt and ib Those present included: Mr. and j jMn.

;( 2 MISS IDA FLOSSIE GORDAY IS WEDDED d-ere.Mr: Blanche Chapman, retorting bark kas medicinal value. J. H. Webster, Mr. and Mrs. )I
secretary; Mm. Florence Margaret Lawrence, hostess, T. J. Faust, Mr. and Mrs. H. P.
t TO MARSHAL WISE IN REDLAND CHURCH Facade financial secretary Mr. erred pop corn balls with tangerine McDaniel Mr. and Mr*. R. X.Schaff :.
, t, I Gertrude Caplinger, treasurer; cen...*. Mr. and Mrsr. Lehman,
: Mn. Margaret Gay repreaenta- Present were: Mrs. Skill, Mrs. Mr. and Mr*. Walton, Mr. E. A. j 4
:1 Mill Ida Flossie Gordsy, daughter Mr*. Ruth Godwin, Mrs. Gorday,
tIve to the grand lodge; Mn. Thel- Frank Lucas, lieutenant, and Ames, Mrs. C. J. Parisian, Buckner t
of Mr. and Mn. S. T. Gorday, Mrs. S. T. Gorday. Jr., Miss Ellen ma Radford, trustee. Scout Elizabeth Skill, Edith Bevls Beaaley and Dr. and Mrs. Haus-
'and Manhal L. Wise, ion of Mr. Vann, Mill Inei Bevt and Miss
The lodge decided to tend a Ruth Owens, Mary Jo Close, MaryFrances man a
and Mn. Blair WI. of Ltneolnton Miriam Scott.
? Rutland ,
Christina box to the Rebekah and Bargara Blggen
1'N.. C., were married Sunday morn- Those who tent present were: SERVICE LEAGUE TO PRESENT '
,'.. L O. 0. F. home for the aged la Vara Rheney, Catherine Graves, '
log in the parsonage ot Redland Mn. Thelma Radford, Mrs. Jas. CHRISTMAS PAGEANT
Grace
Dolores ,
Gainesville and asked that Papy, Athley Kemp .
Community Church by the pastor, Robetn Mn. Lloyd Field, Misses who wished to donate stationery anyone Gray, Jo Nell Slagle, Vida Clark,' A Christmas pageant to be presented .
the O. Nelson Miss Mir- Alice andd Grace Hobson, Misses Dec. 20 by the Young Peo
Ann Marshall
Marlon Edmonds
rtf : stamp or men's socks, Betty '
," Ism ; wa maid of honor and Elizabeth and Melba Sever, Miss them to the hall by Monday.bring Margaret Lawrence and ple' Service League of St. John' i
Bradley Rogers wa best man. Annie Hartley, Miss Nellie Good- Merle Jenkins. Episcopal Church at 7:30 p. m. In
Three new members, Mrs. Wm.
and Miss Lucille Bevls. planned at the J
> Ing the church wa
The bride wore a white crepe Fox, Mrs. L P. McLean and Mrs.
ensemble with navy blue accessories. Wm. M. Johns, were admitted recently CIRCLE PRESENTS meeting of the League Sunday J(
Her attendant wore alight SITTER CLUB MEETSAT PROGRAM ON PEACE night A silver offering will be r

,0.1' blue crepe ensemble with BEVO WEBB HOME The F. L. te T. Club, business Talks on peace were made by taken. the I i
<, navy blue accessories. The Supper Club met at the organization of the lodge elected Mrs. W. E: Lewis, Mn. G. I. Gault, Plans for a benefit dance at '
Those who witnessed the ceremony I home of Mr. and Mrs. Bevo Webb officers last week at a meeting In Mrs. C. H. Rice and Mn. J. W Gil- Lions Den on Dec. II, were completed (
'
':,0 were: Mn. Gorday, Mr. and last week. Mn. Lee H. Lehman the hall The new officers are: mer of CIrcle Three at a meetingof also.Edwards .
I and W.K. Walton won the high the W M. S, in the First Baptist
Mrs. S. T. Gorday, Jr., Miss Nellie Mn. Paoettl. president; Mrs Gay, I i
Mae Martin, Miss Annie Hartley, score prizes and Mrs. Walton and vice-president; and Mrs. Capllng Church Wednesday. Mrs. Wm. the president, announced -
Laban rishop Earl Scott, R. B. T. J. Faust, the low. er, secretary and treasurer. T. McConneU gave the devotionaL that Circle Four will give the I
Gorday and Leo Milliard.Mn. Those present were: Mr. and January program and Circle Onewill I
Mn. Frank Skill, Mr. and Mn. J. In the business meeting which furnish flowers for the church
SCOUTS HAVE PROGRAMON
Gorday entertained the
'."; bridal party and wedding guests H. Webster, Mr. and Mn. Lehman, SPATIIODE.TREE I preceded the program Mrs. R. E. In January. \ !
Mr. and Mn. Faust, Mr. and Mrs. '
at a wedding dinner at the Gorday Walton and Mr. and Mn. Webb. i Tuesday's meeting of 'the Girl
home. Scouts at the home of Mrs. Frank I
,:!;. I'I The bride was born la Barney, Skill, captain of the troop was Green Lantern RestaurantADJOINING
", Ga. but hal lived hen line the B. P. W. C. HAS PROGRAMON
devoted to a discussion of the popular *' HOTEL REDLAND
was one year of age. She wa BUSINESS WOMEN spathodea tree and the making Steak DIr Me Chicken Dinner 110 I
Mrs. Abbie M. Gross of the Western T. I
research .
graduated from Homestead
High of Ink print, smut prints and' Regular Dinner boo Testable Plat SOeAH
School in 1933 and hat been committee talked briefly on :
\ employed smoke prints of its leaves. I Kinds of Home-made Sandwiches
t In a local store. She has various business activities engaged The tree comes from tropical :
been an active member of Royal In by local women at Wednesday !: :,
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Poinciana Woodmen' Circle, the night's meeting of the Homestead llillllllllillllllillllllilllllllllllllillllllllllllllllil! llllliiilllllll
Orange Blossom Drill Club and B. P. W. C., then Introduced 111I11111I111I111111111I111I111I11I11 i :)
the Rebekah lodge Mrs. J. F. Hammett who spoke on
'.1 The brldeJl'OOm.WII born InJ "Business Women Are Builders."
,lncolnton and In 1929 was gradated Present were-: Mrs. L. t*. Bow. Gifts of Lovely II
from Lincoln ton High School Mn. Wm. M. John, Mr*. C. L.1 I
J, le spent four yean In the marine 1 Ooley, Mn. C. A. Easton, Mrs.'J.
iorps, and 27 months of this time E. Gauzens, Mn. Gross, Mixes
te was stationed In Haiti. At pres-j Lucille and Inez Bevls, and two I Jewelry I !i iI
,n nt he 1* employed by the state guests, Mn. C. H. Rice and Mn.

oad department at bridge contraction Hammett.
work on the Oversea ;

1 Igbyr Mr. and yv 'Mrs. Wise are spendingthis EPISCOPAL HEARS ANNUAL AUXILIARY REPORTS . from Miami's oldest jeweler. Gifts of S 1

week in the Finder apartments Annual report were given at = ''
fci Homestead but will make their the meeting of the Woman' Auxiliary 5i_: fine jewelry are lasting expressions of good g
I |om In Tavenler. of the St. John' Episcopal 1
The Orange Blossom Drill Club Church at the home of Mrs H. L. taste. Choose your gifts here and be assured =j .I

gave a shower for the bride at Cook Friday afternoon..Mn. J. E.
hq home of Mn. W. D. Coker on Gauzens led In a program of prayer. that they are exactly as represented. |3 t

Dec.. J. Mn. Leo Poyser directed -
a novel and interesting entertainment Those present Included: Mn
.
program which began with Edw. Shunt, Mn. Hubert Potter, = | \.
Wedding bell hunt In which the Mrs. W. L. Vercoe, Mn. Geo. M. DIAMONDS
gMests were divided Into two Sonnlchsen, Mrs. W. J. Clark, Mrs '
group The group headed by Geo. N. Wakefield, Mn. J. A., Gorgeous diamonds of radiant brilliance. H :
the bride wa victorious. A Hooks, Mrs. Ben Blggen, Mn
flower guessing contest wa won Ruth L. Scott, Mn. Lee IL Lehman set in gold or platinum in beautiful engagement, || :
by Miss Nella Sauls. A novel Mrs. Cook and Miss Ellen -
romance contest was the concluding Huff. wedding or dinner rings. Priced from $25 to g :

Sandwiches event and punch were Mn. R. L Godwin entertainedat $2,500. :

served by Mn. Coker and her assistants bridge Tuesday evening Mrs == ga +
Mn. Annie Martin and G. R. Oldendorf Mn. HermanSchlegel I == :
Miss Nellie Mae Martin. and Mn. F. S. Scherr, A! : :
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Others present were: Mn. Wm. safiid course, fruit cake and coffee H t
M. Johns, Mn Florence Pacettl, were served. __
Nationally known maltes such as Bulova, Eli I.

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pastor. Sunday school .t 9.4Si:

preaching at 11 a. m. and 7SO p. I .

l 11 QThe Churches m.; Young people's meeting at 6.90: i CLASSIFIED ADSRATE :

p. m.; Ladies' prayer circle, Tuesday I

at SSO p. m. Mid-week prayer [

I service Thursday at 7:30 p. m. I : First Insertion 10* a line; subsequent insertions ;,,

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: BAPTIST CHURCH EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN FIRST PRESBYTERIAN I .

CHURCH
Hoa stead-Tile hey C. N. St Joha's-Redland; the Rev. FOR RENT tree spinach ISO Ib.; lemons J5odot.

Walker, pastor. Sunday school atta. Geo. M. Poth, pastor. Sunday Homestead-' me avenue at .; okra, market price; cartasa

[ m. Preaching 11 a. m. school each Sunday at 10 a. m. N. 18th street the Rev. E. 1. Nelson BUNGALOW FOR RENT By Jelly. Mrs. Ceo W. Keael ST..

7:30: p. m.; B.YJ.U. at 7 p.m. English service on second Sunday i minister Bible school at season or year. Two bedrooms, Plummer Dr. and Redland Rd.

i Prayer services Wednesday at of each month at S p. m. and German 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. til conveniences. Electric Ice- 1

:':30 Po IDeDee. service on fourth Sunday atS and S p. m. Young peoples' meet- box. Adults preferred. Reasonable FOR SALE Isle of Pine grapefruit :

p. m insat7P.m. rent Eva Collin, Federal 75c a bushel; 2Jc a of_ '
IS Morning
sermon .'
Mrs. Eva Collins Biscayne drive ;
"Glorifying God" evening SFIRITUAUST TkMPLB OF Highway near Biscayne drive.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL and Federal Highway. A postal
f. sermon by the Her. J. H. Pud- I
TRUTHHomeatcadbranch FOR RENT-Furnished house. Apply card will bring it to your door.
dlngtoa. pastor ef Coconut Florida City Community Churchthe
of Miami
t t/Church I I Mrs. B. A. Tibbita, Unicott (nett)
Grove BapU who Rev. C G. Nelaon
pastor Spiritualist Temple ot Truth In
residence d
Longvlew. ( 18))
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will exchange pulpits with Church school at 10 a. m.; preaching I Woman's Club 410 N. W. Eighth FOR SALE-Ripe oranges, tangerines -

.palter.j at 7:30: p. m. Midweek prayers : avenue. Men's Bible! ofris and FOR RENT-Upatair* apt on gcapcfrult fryers: eggs,

.: Deo. 18-Prayer: "service subJecti and Bible study Wednesday at I I young people's lyceum at 7:15: p. Kings Highway by S. H. Fitch. Dr. Shanklin Grove H mile

"Atonement. 730. : m.; healing by Dr. J. Carl Hobsonat (P d 11)) west ot Florida City. (030-11)

I 743: ; lecture and messages at
f 'Goulds--The Rwv. Noah Peter- Redland Community Church-
7:30. FOR SALE OR RENT-10 acre MANGO CHUTNEY Sc
an ot-
or
"ton, pastor. Sunday school at 10 the Rev. C. G. Nelson, pastor ; I truck and chicken (arm. Marl Grove.
ISo a pint. Jungle
preaching at 11 a. m. and Church school at 10 preaching at
a* m.; ; oil, fruit trees, good buildings;
LEGAL
NOTICEIN
7:30 p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at 8.30 p. m. 11. Epworth League at 6:3il. Mid year'i rent $150. H mile cast of GUAVA JUICE II per gallon

Prayer service at 7:30 p. m. Wed week prayer and Bible study i Krome avt., H milt south of Jungle Grove Redland.

nesday. Thursday at 7.30.METHODIST: ( TRill CIRCUIT COURT or THELIVKNTH Epmore drive- Jacob Hack, 6}
I I I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT urI FOR SALE Guavas Sc lb., onlyIn
CATHOLIC EPISCOPAL I FLORIDA IH AND FOR BADE CODNrM N. E. 14th St. Miami (peS d li)
. I 1'1' IN CHANCERY NO. .."1.E. small quantities. Jungle
SOUTH : .... ..... ...
G. H. plaintiff Lola WII. TOMATO LAND in Allapattah Grove Redland.
; Church: of the Sacred Heartfi.
seas dol......" 0... fee 'uWlo
.E. Second .avenue, Homestead; White Stone Church-Homestead BILL. Gardens section farmed In tomatoes CARISSAS, lOc qt CUTTINGS

tM ICev. James Ckwnan, pastor.ttMS ; the Rev. A. A. FOR DIVORCE: AND iNJUNCTION three years ago, now has
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Is apps by .11... filM I. u and SMALL PLANTS for sale.
.SwadIr) _.at I a nt.;eweek dry pastor Sunday school Iloelwne'l Slaves MUM that UM 4.f....U.. Lola "myrtle growth.* Rent $2 per acreper ,Mrs. Gee. W. Koael Jungle
Wilma. Illru. U rwMont at (ton othor Other land entirelyleered
at 7:454aJq..f. y4whoo1 a..preaching at 11 year
a. : I thou tko sate at rlorMa, ... tkm Its, Grove Redland road and plum'I ,
.JIaDda7'fQ1t1JWtn1l; 9 othie.ii.Maaa.ftiiaaaiilinTfor p, ,R. ,JuaUor .League at J.SO: p. Alone at mMMM and .Ailing tdrom E 110 per acre..D. E.*Alien.Miami ..
at the MM >fM*.ol, Lola Wi.... Hlrkiu Phone 1-S897.
a : -.t.bia.fU nuHl .ugue.ai! 5.13 p..m.; Senior Particularly a* tko Mme h knmra Ie tome GLADIOLUS BULBS: Picardy, "'1 '.

. .-.n' .AorrmmAmdboys League at 7 p. m. Prayer meeting d Al n..a4 .... J. H. W_. area .the' most spectacular and mod was 10

t ,:the Brand ....* mooth. at 7,30 n. m. Wednesday. I T No.n.iiin.-m4 S.HM/I.U.that.film koowtoop.to *m Antonio Ca.> U. FOR SALE beautiful gladiolus ever produc

Holy' hour Thursday'' before* Hist"fthlir the sate of the porrtoo at aMikl"uM ed. Flesh,to salmon pink enter ., ;

of mouth .t 7..4 p.; ro.'Musflrrt Dee. 11.MDma.e: : I MM'Mm4..t= .p.o bTuwnfm.ORDEKED .N. FQR SALE Household furniture Vigorous grower and '"'eU.dept- .

) Friday .t.7:10. m -.fienedhitiroot "Our..Beritatc. the Nble"jtfnfU Out UM :MM H -_kl..t '!ruse', electric refrigerator, stoves, .ed 4o Florida conditions. High-

the Ble- .JaciaiilBnt asaaie by choir. Even- doI._.'_.. ... Jko k. booby ro.alra4M ibeds, .chairs, sinks with drala- eat quality bulbs, large size $ ..2Spel'

after sag' messages" _*Th Looks. .f i, wrltua fUo with appMraiMO the Clark portonallr at this or Cents kp ..a.- 'boards. Will exchange for de- 100, medium size; $1.60 per

. .*.. | special mule : 'j't. nil aa the tint Hoaiir 'slrsble royal palms or rich soil 100, postpaid. Order for shipment -
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CHU8XIAN SCIENCE -CHVKCH.OMf Mm the dth du of MMaMnth
Silver Pain Cmnmanlty Ch rth'the .... tkorMftor lo flu allot tIN for flower beds. R. H. Done at by express not prepaid,

.n.w.. ..Broadway ...aadSlxtk -. Rev. H. G. Cowan, pastor. MM.a tko Clark kill Mr of .MtplarM written doI la_MM. If lull any atUM I Kenney grove 10th at. N. W., large size, $1.80 per 100, medium

> 4treet Sunday school jut4J Sunday school every Sunday kt 10 slow proscribed or ta*. aUtanrkw tk:I phone 5W. (n 27 d 11) size, 1.10 per hundred. No outer
similes ..... skill ko toaoa ai aoafMM* too!:1 l
pupils undergo yearsof a. m.; preaching services on tint
I
age; morning service .at 11 third and fifth Sunday at 11 a thor Special
O'ctocfc Wedn ORDERED that this ... ho MklkMaaM electricity, fruit trees. Reason- I
d4gr *vening *erVioei tn. and I p. m.
a weak far four swum .atles orooki'Tko II'
able. Joe Dels N.
: Broadway,
which
Include teaHmonlalaof .
I. LMd r.RntorprlM", a aonnopollUhH
bealmg end experiences and remarks Dee. IS-Moralng sermon .. la DOIM County, 1'1..... Florida City. (p d 18)) MISCELLANEOUSPIANO

I on Christian Science, 8 p. by the Rer. A. M. Vivien. DONE. PlorUa AND ,ORDERED this UM lit at day 1110.1.at Dacam.atr CadiCounty. .,I' FOR SALE-One Fordson tractor I TUNING an. repairing

tn. The public Is cordially invited Young People's service at 7 "'".
, i B. B. LEATrTKRMAN with extension rims front and Good lined piano for sale cheap.

to attend. p. m. I Clark oC tko Clr..ll Court rear. See C. H. Shaw or J. A. W. E. Koon. 115 N. W. 3rd st.
III and for Dad. CoMiitr. FloridaBy
Dee. IS Lesson-sermon Prln ete..The Rev. H. G. Cow M. SWJKT. Deputy Clock.Crewe Pollard, Jr. Box 478. (p d 11)) I

4 topic "God tie Preserver of an, pastor; the Rev. L G. Adams, ropy ft Circuit Curt I.IMI.IILACKWEIL .) REAL ESTATE
Man" a KNIGHT, FOR SALE-11 laying hens just
assistant pastor. Sunday school at W. CLINTON (JREKN.B. .
W. CLINTON OREKN. of c......... through molting. 1000. Wm. I REAL ESTATE-Tltose who wantto
\ CHURCH OF CHRIST 10 a. m. and preaching at 11 every (D... 4. II. IS. II. lost I... I. IMT) Dunlop, Silver Palm at Naran- buy or sell Redland District

4 Oe"'ltea4-Flnt and Sunday.first Preaching of monthMETHODIST.at 7:30 p. m.. NOTICE Or APPLICATION FOR TAX I Ja Rd. (p d 18) real estate will find up-to-date V
avenue on Sunday
DKED: listings in our office. Many ot J
H. W. Fifth street T. J. Hunton (..... Rill No. Its
? : ; FOR SALE-Shetland saddle i a
still at subnormal
I pony these listings are -
FREE NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN that I. D
,'minister. Bible at 10
study a. m.; /. holder of state and Count Toi Car.tiffeita :: and bridle. M. A. Berger. prices. We shall appreciate i'
ommunton fellowship and No. lIeto intend the ,LIt ur oiAwrml .
1 reaching at 11 Fonda City: -Mrs. Ernest: Warren A. D. lull hoi filed. MOM la m>: I (dt.11)'I ) either your Inquiries of s
a. m.; preaching at pastor. Sunday school office, and has modo .....1...'... for atol your listings, all of which will r
if.30! p. m. Prayer meeting WedIIdq.t FOR SALE Kohler light plant. .
aM to ho Mend tIw said Cor.'I
10 a. m.; preaching 11 a. m. andS have our best attention. Now Is
7:30CHURCH: m. task se b. <>ai the following a trrlh d 110 volt 2,000 watts. Leo Ber-
p. \
p. m.; Junior meeting 8.30: p. m.; proptrla the County af Dado, SUM of I the time to buy. B. W. Morris, )
I Krome & Silver
necker ave.
FlorMo, toxrltiWH
now associated with II A. Cameron c'
OF GOD Young Peoples' meeting 7:13. I of NWI4 af NWH af NE4 IeI Palm drive. (pd 18)) '
Prayer and class meeting 7:30: ; Roetioa II. Towiuhlp M South. Rally* I N. W. lit St. In Citizen I
lOmestead-600 N. W. First I M Eut oonulnlnt; S A's. Cron .r Bank Bldg. Phone 72.WANTED.
Thursday. i I bas In tea County of D..... SUM af 'OR SALE International Farm- i
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venue J. H. Dod.on 1
minister.
; .
Florid all tractor in good condition
unday school at 9:45: a. m.; The aMOPMMBt of Mid aroptrty .a.... I
PEMECOSTALv i f
the old certificate biard ... In tho nave I Llewellyn Machinery Corp., 1 1I
breaching at 11 and '
a. m. 7:30: p.m.; of MR*. DOROTHY EVANS.
1030 N. Miami Ave., MiamI.
unlar Y. P. at 6.45 p. m. Prayer Could.-Rev. John H. Stroud j U..... Mid certificate ....11 hi rodM..iod I WANTED 24-ln. or 34-ln circular -
neoHInt to low. the property da- (n 27 d 11) | cross-cut with
saw or
faceting, 7.30: p. m. Wednesday. 1, I
LEGAL NOTICESIN Scribed therein will ho told to the ktokoilI 1-
I hM oa HM SALE without arbor. J R. Brook, ,
I I j.fOR -Otronresh| or pre- I
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 1 I flnTllDaday In tea fnoalh of Itnumtf.l .' Tropical Homestead, Phone 78. (dll If)
THE CIRCUIT, COLBT OP THa t ..IoIt.. the 4tk day jot /muary.Datod served. tomato mine1 :

f Homestead-The Rev. W. H AND ELEVENTH FOR DADE Jl DlfHt.'ItHCUIT: CotTT. FLORIDA IN i, I'lt. thai lad. day. of ........... IMS. meat' and sandwich filling Rot i LEGAL NOTICES

Parker, pastor. Sunday school at IN CHANCERY NO. I14I1-C E. .. LKATHrRMAN.Clnk I 2I>c: pint 35c. Calamondins

5 1145 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. flilitla Jotoph and C. hh]Itold wlfr Conpl.ln.nl., Klomr P w G.-.1: : Undo of County Circuit Florida&eu... small lots lOc qt. Mrs. Oeo. W. NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX I

i, nd 7 p. rn.; N. Y. P. S. and Nlekolai P. Harris and ha wlf, Hawk MHirri. Circuit Court Iral l Koeel, Jungle Grove. I tomato DICED HIM No. Its
.. Count. I. I smear, If mm Dillon, By N. C. TKRRITT. D. C. ,
union
meeting at 8.30: m.Prayer I NOTICE HKRKBY GIVEN Ihil X I)
p. Commercial Rank" 4 Trust Company MlTruttoo. .....
( 4. II. M. M.1 I R. I. RED FRYERS-Live or dress LEC. holovr of RUtoand County 'Int
: meeting Wednesday and Miami Dink Tart Company I
evening I
.. ed. Free In Phone Certificate No. Also hounl UM Arts ,toy ofAwrurt
.
aa TruHoa Dof.- ... _"' NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB TAX delivery city. ,
.
1p.m.Priaoet.nthe A. D IMI. hM filed Mm n my
'**C Iao." DICED 53J-M. McEwen Poultry Plant. .
j Office, and ho made application for lodead
ft !: or SALS
NOTICE
Rev. C. H. Con- NOTICE I* HEHKHT GIVEN thus I
iVrlldMto
. Ntrtlea at ban by chroa that under and by C P. a H T. MARTIN, Incident to h. knows thrraMl SaM -
4,lion, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45; Tibetan of the authority of tho final o.., lof i .(,wens of City of Hialeah Tai CartlfkatM I M ao- FOR SALE. Cartons, of fix 2Hoz. raiWaeal the r.dluwlna .....' rlki. .>4pmprrty
la the of Dada, Hl l" ,
County
!" breaching at 1043: a. m. and 7:30: foracnilira ontoNd o> Mr of HirJariaMaf | Numhmd 4. and e. defeat the IN dry sealed jars of Florida Tropical KtotMa. to-wlt!
the Clrontt Court to sad tau Dooo ..... I
I of A n.L A. D. "I. filod Mid Oar.
*p.m.Junior meeting at 6.30; young t,. Ftorhta. on the lath day at 1_ Inl.1| ",...... In my afflo. and have ...... .p. jelly. Especially packed for RS.oNWdNWS4dME'4derIM{ -
***ople'l 'meeting at 8:30. Prayer: kt-MM ..' ":. M M la Mid Access 1100-1-. 1 l, pMMaloa far tat dm* to ha slowed i gift*. Price 100. Mrs. BerthaR. last IS._Towmklp t.I..1O I arm M mouth awe .Hear. ....*< M In
lug la wkkk Jonph C IUM I. the ran.pUln.nl .. ,.... I
I. .44s.
on with Raid Cortlfl. .
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,inetting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. and Potor OaUtU and wlfo Flea |I I' miles omkraei tho follnwlni diarrikrdptgporty Edwsrds Homestead, Route the County of Slow of Fl >liu.Tho

j ".. P. OalitM Nkholu P. Hirrio andwlfa .1....... In tho, County af Dado,I I, Redland Rd. (n 20 to I Mid a..aso..M4 avtirleito heard MM was pmporty la the 'tfMlrPtho .._
EPISCOPAL Bowie M. Hwrii. 0.s .. 1. RamPiy. -I SUM af """*. to-win .
JO..M aI..... Continental Bank Lot T, black 1. HMkah Original In Oft MRS. J. E. .AVAUIt.I
TraM Company.: M TrMto. ... Miami tea City of HI..., Coanty of Dodo. | FOR SALE Chayote TSc adoz. I U..1d mrtlflrab. Shan U dr..b.dtMM..111
J Si..eia'o-S. E. Second i the
d .dine to tow
avenue Bank and Trurt Comp.ny at TrwDM, ...1 I' auto of PlorMa, .. ao praporty
omhnuMd la Cor. | ; Chinese spinach Sc Ib-; ko new to th h"...... bohwr
4and Fourth street Homestead; the PM dvfondanu, I. H. H. Eyk. the opoeullMtor 1 tlfleoto Mo. 4. Tho OMnomiint at i I ..
k.Mi door the first m
I. .t tho C..H- Rev. Win. C. Taylor, Jr., pastor. af appointed the ky tko Involved Men la to this make foro-1 the |I| MM property ups the a.M Crtlfi.MU .... *t rl.rW.. that the liability fc.P- I I. the oath of J........ IMT, which
MM properly l iM4 wai la tha, naaM of UN. .pot the Mld.n. .ha_ of 4..tm.nSt. to the 4th j "r of I......... 1s67.
Sunday
schedule .Holy EucharistWith lo.urawUI otttt for Mia under tealborer |I
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JUIOWN. :
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,,_ black ** by LM pr leae d sallow fist. Doted IOmit 11"A u. 01 r 1044.
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af MM final doe la this at .
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t. I. Hlawah Ortaln.l. i.I
hymn and at 8 a. U B RlMd ..
: sermon m.; I SUtlltol. M amo4ed a.dI I E. LEATHIRMAN.
pakllo outcry to the highest and beat bMaw i I the CRY. nf 1110...... Coun-y of Dada .. ., .... ...
Saitlm .. .
4 II of UM Federal R. Act. Clark CI. C.
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Sunday school at 9 43 to CmIT I I
: a. m; Young PUN alrtkr aouth door of the I I, state of Florida, aa amaratod hi Or- 1 .
thtll July I 1, lost Dade County, n.rWei
..... I M 1 1I'
;'People's Service League 6.SO: p, Ptarhtoon Court H.a*..4th it ... af.I.Jonuarr Dido County tirtoato No..I. The __lit of MM Rf ardor ml :Sound of Dlrartora.: Court w1as
Property OH this a.W Cmlflntoknuod '
I. I. II.LlHD< M. C nE"Un. 0 C
( m. at parsonage on Avocado drive. WtwooaUM komof II'", 0II.. and 1"1 WM to the MOM af UNKNOWN. I'I 'N. .AhIae" ,
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Tuesdays Holy" Eucharist at..-a< m.K P..... the WM ""In. I.U Mia Lea J. Work L HlalMh Oriorl..... InIk. : __
tha. koun base the Intel hour of .
City of HulMk. County a! IMd.
Fridays: Holy Eucharist at 7 a. m. the following proporty aowrlbW la Mid I SUM of ......""" M witnesses to tor. UII
'*except first Friday of month when final dons, Swank: '' tI,..... No. .. Tko assaw it ofMM
North Hnlf INK of the Houthoaat
tko MM Cirtlfl.
corporate communion of Woman's Quarter ISKVt) af tko Northeast U..r> 'I I rate r.-* amid ** *"*" COW MANURE
-Auxiliary at 9:30 is followed by tau (NR1t/ af SWHon TwontyhroaU o
( ). Township M Sooth, Ross 41 Unless wM Cortlfhatol shot. ha I*. r
Business meeting. Holy days Uannounced. CuV endM southwest Quarto domed 0.101 dine to low tat dead will
ISW14) at PM Nortkw.pt QuartorTownulp haaa thir.ta aa aha sad amy at Oataafkvr
NwSf I 1 football, I I A. D. !.... FOR SALE
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jjanao
..M South DEW thai lath Soy Nomnhrr, IMS.
eenl.in4na s am" 8-0 or Ir. all B. B. LCATHERHAN /;
l\ NEWT G. BALL hi Doom Caanto. "1orIda; ae the "moappaai. Clark af Clrmlt C-. ,
af Messed la the uflto. at tha Caa.17. riorlda
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Seel.Dad.
C....* nf tho Circuit Cast to and. far ClrraP "Jbart
\ votary PtibBo Itado County. FkrMa. I I Sy N. e nTKRirrr D. cINav.iaj. LPINEQROVEDAIRY ;
..j 1Ioft: A6 Mlaail. Door C uay. FWrtda, STi Do* 4. tt. l.II
'rMe.rilsvRAlfcm AND Srd day af DarMiknr. 166A. ,6-
"DP.ED H. H. EYLEJ!, I i NOTICE
LINEN 1 special MMtor la Chaaerry. Punuanl la the ._.._ of ...... North Krome Avenue
IF.nriASN TERRELLSnllHtor. 104 of tka R.nkl.1 Art af I It
Ia
j 'h .u ifs..Zrane AK for CompMlnanL |i kor.hy l":a.ay. The Pint ::Bank
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Hints toHousewives f' Empress TeaCookies r ExceU

Soda Crackers
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Ib .... 19c
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lIb k .._ 10
......... ..-.... .p g. C
A'
GUAVA DAn Handy Pack
1 1 1
Acid not over-ripe, fruit should COCA.. COLAS ExceDGraham
be elected both tot Jelly stock and
lor serving M a drink because a (Plus bottle deposit) e Crackers
Juice of low acidity produce Jellyof
Inferior quality and a punch* 6 bottles .... 25c and 1 Ib. 13cSugar
lacking flavor In fact, the tweet t Friday Saturday Specials pkg. ... .
varieties of guava not only do not
produce a large amount of jelly,
but from some of the fruit It ti

out difficult There an additional to are make several Jelly acid.way at aU of with-canning c (Bulk) 5 Ibs. only 26c

guava They may be peel-
ed and canned whole; may be

by halved meant seeds of removed the dilver from or fruit pulp Any Brand TOMATOES, No 2 cans,3 for .. 25c Argo
press, and the pulp returned to MILK PEACHES
halve and cooked with them or Golden Bake
ihelli and pulp may be cooked 3 tall cans .. .. 22c Pancake No. 2s can __ 15c
tepurately Sauce made from Flour 3 pkgs. .. .__ _.. 25c
well flavored guavas i* excellentfor
pudding, shortcake, cobbler, FRE 1 TEA GLASS Kellorr's DISH CLOTH

llclou gelatin ice desserts cream.A ,or. tor making de- wIth June Dairy CORN FLAKES, 2 pkgs. . l5c with
fruit preu or dilver la an indispensable -
piece of equipment In Mayonnaise nosed ale CIIIPSOpt.

the one preparatlo of theee may of guava be purchased product jar _______ 27c PINEAPPLE, No. 2Y2 can .. .. 20c 19. pkg. .... 25c
made. from heavy weight alumi-
num and will Jut a lifetime The Bulk SUPER SUDS, 3 pkgs. .. 25c Far West
fruit press will be found useful In
many a*other well.Rich way about the kitchen Brown Sugar Rich, Creamy Fresh Prunes

,ripe and well flavored guavas 4 lbs. 25c SNOW DRIFT 3 lb. 59c No. 2 2 l5c
. can .. . can ..
cut 1a halve seed center removed -
and put through the fruit
press ot dilver, then combined a*

dough auggeeted with and above varying pastries sugared. type, baked of and tweet to covered a- i Potatoes Extra Selected 10 Ibs. 3 1. c

golden crispness and oiring fragrant -
Juice are only tome of the
many particularly ue for tutted.which 'guava* are Chase & Sanborn Armour' 3 for Lady Grace .

for instance,when Sborteate'j) COFFEE Tomato Juice, 24oz. cans ...__.. 25c Sweet Pickles I
can be a* delicious with guava u

f 1'' ry with or the orange more and renowned should itrawber-be lentdfrequently lb. .... ..... 27c CLOROX, quart bottle _________ 25c qt. jar __.. 25c
In Florida home
Guavas With Cream Golden ripe

ed Peel guava good-flavored Cut slice from thick-meat-item and We Have BANANAS 3 Ibs. .... ... ____ l3c Over SeaAll
blossom.ndl.Cut In halves and remove the Ingredient peanut Butter
Iceberg large heads
pulp. Put pulp through

J ihell fruit press Sweeten and add lightly it to and guava allow FRUIT for that CAKE LETTUCE. ...-... .... --.. lOc 2 lb. jar ... .. 3Sc
to stand in ice box until cold.
Serve in aherbet glasses with Yellow <
lIelnz Strained 0 N ION S, 3 pounds.... .. .. lOc Southern Lady

cream.W. Maxwell SmithINSURANCE Baby Foods Standard Quality No. 2 Can Salad Dressing

I 3 cans .. ___ 29c CORN or PEAS .. .. ... __... ...lOc qt. __ .. .__ .. 25cCOUNTRY
FOUl AtTO, STORM AND LIFBrkoiM
la HeCrery Ma.MOfflee Arcade I MEADOW FARM

I ROLL BUTTER Ib. 38c

Tomer's Funeral Hone

14011. AMBUANCB SUtVICE Target Armour' Star Iced Chief

Phone It..a Lbr Atteedaat Homestead IT*. Corned Beef LEG 0' LAMB, pound... ... ... 25c DOG FOOD


can .. ISc Western-Extra fancy lib. can .. 5c
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JOHN. BALLET Poor NO. 4a -- VEAL CHOPS pound __.. ... .. 30c
AMERICAN LEGION
Meet tees sad tetra W..(...*? Western .
(a oM m pot aa.eMM Aiwrl)tmtb...LegS.-.BM Ate.,. We have all sizes CHUCK ROAST, pound __. .____ 20c Fresh Shipment
Mooeesead. I1a.
Charcoal Pots DAISY CHEESE, lb. ____. .__ __. 25c OYSTERS

Standards, !It, ........ 59c
i Small Meaty

r Let Us I Charcoal Ir bar un tOe SPARE RIBS, pound ... ._.._... 19c Extra Selects, qt.'l5e

1 Rejuvenatet


i Wood Your Work Car Western Steaks BRANDED-(ROUND OR SIRLOIN) lb. 27 C

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Body Fender Repairs
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; ( Tops and Trimming Copeland's Swift's
i Seat Covers
i PaintingArt's i iI Pure Pork d Peanut HamsSAUSAGE


Paint ShopS i a Whole or String End

] N. KKOMK ATT. I j j JI JIi'r'i lb. .._... 38c lb. .. .._.. .. 31cPa
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