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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: January 1, 1937
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00105
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOLUME XXV-NUMBER 1 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING, JAN. 1, 1987: PRICE FIVE CENTS



ASK I woe THE WEATHER"em .. e.e swat..oaw. STATE PHONEENGINEER..IN ; Merchants Asked MAYOR STILLATPRESSTIE !
.- .w ...1Iaoo, RanwW.a. flurMs. ;I To Close for Hour

I Date Ma.Mia{ Dse.1| Bate I 1 Of Harper Funeral

Dec. 1. | 77 !I, 4S ..081I -

NEW I Dec. 11 I I 82 I M 11 .M| I I AeUar Mayer Tern Harris UNCONSCIOUS i

Dec. 20 _. I M SI .13 Wednesday night asked the prea
!Dec 21 | 71 | 42 .
"'? to pvbUak an htfwrmat request
Dec XI ____ 7. 69 su.1 I
: | treat hiaa dIM the basin***
Dec M .._ I\ 71 | S3 PARLEY HERERailroad beers W Hssststsad close for I I
Dec. 24 7J Si I
| I 30.21)) ta hew at 1:11 9. ta. Thursday
Dee U .. I | MDee. I .21'' I (which to the day yen will reeelv I
.1'7'7
2t I | IT I .01, j, this ...k'* loses *f the
'; Dee. ST _..4 7* | M Commission. Official Leader-EnterpriM) daring the Services for Miss Harper,

i Dee 21 _1 17i I\ .< 101 Investigates funeral services far Maw Catherine I Killed in Crash, Set :
Dec 2t _.1'1| I 59 20.1Dec. IlarJ>er. i
Rate Cut Plea
for 2:30 P. M.
*> __..1 1 10 |11'7 (0 M| "I have neither UN time nor I I. t
the desire I* ban a formal --- t
TAKEN OVER RtlRAL procUmaUoa" ...., Harris add ,.:GIRL CRUSHED WHEWAMBULANCE ;

LIME DILATED HEART AREAS BY C.OFC.MEN "I am confident that' ear 'lilt,- [, HIT CAR '

: t chants and all of M. for [I

CAUSED DEATH Much Impressed by "Field i that matter- uwtM": deeply I(I Wife and Mother Prostrated '
the trash : bee
Flans for Development" SaysA. 1 by
visited m the family ef Hene I II |I Tragic

OFJJJTLENDONBank B. Greene stead's elected mayor who himself I!: AccidentAl

I lies stricken by the tans i i.Weat.
A. B. Greene, chief engineer of,, -. to need smr than a I I e'olock Thursday ;

In I Cashier Was Suffer the Florida Railroad Commission, SMtestlon for this ,eah.N.f 1 I moraine II Into Issue went to
eoitdltlim .
sympathy and respect. pms Mayor Harper's
sent to Homestead to
Investigate
and er From High Blood I IIIIARPER'S I WM reported M "lUll ...-
the Redland District Chamber of
crop of Pressure chajtfed" ty Dade County hospital
Commerce request for reduction to I attendants Interviewed
petted In SIDE I
1:. T Acute dilation of the heart was telephone \rates, replacement of ky long distance telephone

of the given a* the cause of the death of, ntiquBttdXtelephonei of lines\sees "a good and field extension for TOLL I II I With Mayor Charles T. Harper

to here J 3 McLendon. 37 cashier of the, development* in the situation here. Itlll lying at death door In Dade

request First National Bank of Homestead,, he said WednesdayMr I County hospital at Kendall Wednesday -

whose pajama-clad body was found i iOQ Greene and hit assistant PROTECfED. night, funeral service' for
ties hit daughter. KatherkM, !>, killed
Wilkins Llnhart, both working out I .
.
the front porch of his home itW :
looking tq met Monday afternoon when an ambulance -
of Tallahassee headquarters,
operative W. First avenile and Fourth Aronovitz and : crashed into the car In
I with the chamber' board of directors -i Haycock,
organised street by; his brother, Clyde.on ..1.1 Wednesday forenoon for I II which aha and her father wen returning -
Gordon to Be at In-
act-up or return at 2 a. nv Saturday from I II (Continued on PaP Two) I from the Tropical Pork
I I races, were scheduled for 2:JD
Ing in t)., I a Christmas night outing quest Monday Thursday afternoon In the Fin

Th I Mr. McLendon was alone In the JERSEY SENATOR Baptist Church of Ilom atead, wilt '

lid was house at the time. About two Adequate legal counsel will i iiimJ. I burial following In Palm CemHery

I how earlier.Mrs, Mc .endon had !. 0 NIN'IAi,_.,,,...,,.....,.,...p?
Count Steffani..& beett'takinr t the''lbaf"Griiduat' PRO fISES-AII(' .",.'"H'arp'i"i It ;roner'eInquest f f Mild Harper, a sophomore at"i 11

brand Hospital suffering from nosebleed into the death of Miss i Florida I SUM College for Women
and their young son had was homo for the Christmas holi
IN TARIFF FIGHT Katherine to be held Monday
Harper
been placed In the care of Mr. and days. Sunday night she presided
card and )Ira. Ben Flowers, neighbors across t In the office of Justice of the at an annual student night program 6 t
into ,
the street I Peace Clement L. Theed of Coco-!I at the church In which h"i .

for marketing I Known to have been a sufferer Smathers Impressed by nut Grove, Acting Mayor Tom funeral was to be held foui dol.\, ,I
Extent of Crops Seen later.
lime ftollhIP blood pressure and a Hard announced Wednesdaynight
III'I: serious kidney ailment, Mr Mc I in South Dade ) Monday her father took hoe to
Plan I Lendon is thought to have suffereda The inquest was scheduled Tropical Park, several mite we I 3,

Mr j heart attack and died after reaching I United State-s.tor Smothers for 10 a. m. Wednesday of this I of Coral Gables, for her first visit!

Friday the front porch in an effort to of New Jersey toured the Redland' week but was postponed bJ'Mr...: to a hone track. They left b"-
which he summon help. District In with his fore the end of UM races In order
company I Theed until Monday to await development -
and
In The body was sent by Turner I I brother, Frank, Smothers of Miami *. I' to escape the traffic jam from f
j I Funeral I Home to Leary Ga., for and Chas, L Brooks, father home-bound race fans, accordingto ;
analyze mer horn of the McLendons,where I 1 I of J. R. Brooks ol Homestead, The service Of Ira J Haycockcity .! other Redlimd District clHrm i
of the
burial took place Monday. The I early this week and pledged his: attorney of Homestead Abe who conversed with them before :
of Dad
three grief-stricken wife and the small aid In obtaining a tariff to protectthe Aronovitz city solicitor of Miami:I they left. They took Galloway ,

or before \ lIOn, Jimmy, were taken to Learyby vegetable and fruit growersof and J. fritz Gordon, Miami attor-I (Continued on Page Nine)

Mr*. Preston B. Bird who is this section of Florida from the ney, have been obtained by --- -

The expected to return to HomesteadSunday products of the cheap labor countries Harris for the Inquest and 141"1 ANOTHER
i* I Mrs. McLendon and to the south, the elder Mr. whatever subsequent legal FATAL

and the Jimmy will remain in Georgia Brooks told the Homestead Rotary ceedings that may develop. I
'
keting, Mr. McLendon born In Dawson I Club at Its meeting Wednesday Mr. Harris Tuesday morning CRASH INVOLVES
noon In Legion hall. took Leo Bishop, a civil
had IS
Ca. year banking experience -
ha been i A* far as the Florida cross state and Mrs W. H.
"before to Homestead
coming -
In two the yean. nearly two year ago from I ship canal Is concerned, Mr. Brooks photographer to the en'lnH"'j CIHLDDRIVER :
Miami Beach He laid Senator Smothers expressed wreck In which Mia
won many
can 'b* I ,I himself as favoring a referendum was snuffed out and her father I ,
friends for both himself and thelocal
cause the bank He was a member of : to the voters of Florida before critically, If not fatally injured Mra Turner Fractures I

wind condition the Lions Club of the Redland that project should be allowedto late Monday afternoon They were Skull When Thrown I
I continue W. K. Walton,
accompanied by
District and was first vice-pres From Car
their p i I "Senator Smothers said that until another Homestead resident returning
ident of the Redland DistrictChamber
organized .! he toured South Dade.with u., from the Tropical Park
avocado : of Commerce on whoseboard Thrown to the round when the
he had Idea of the extent of the
no races, who cam on scene
: of director be was servinghis ; door of the car in which *l* was
our farming and fruit growing shortly after the crash.
crop second term. riding was jolted open by whatat
here Iri midwinter although
operations -
is done I He leave beside* his wife and he had been Mr. Bishop sketched UM location first wa thought to be a minor ,
kept more er
growers son. kin mother, Mrs. C. McLen .f UM cars and their. path of travel collision with an automobile driven I
less informed on this area, Mr.
moan' don of Sasser Ga; three brothers, Brooks said.Hulan after the accident .* indicated by by a child and carrying n'ventl

Clyde McLendon of Homestead, Whitehead, extemlonran.r track in the roads. Mr Woods other children a* passengers. Mrs, I
Walton W. H. McLendon of Sasser C. L. in the educational infor- : photographed the tire track and Robert B. Turner of Miami eo ;

!McLeddott of Lake Harbor, and mation department of the Florida the entire intersection. A passenger rout Sunday afternoon to Redlimdfora ..
three sister, Mrs. J. W. Evlng Forest Service told of the work In the ambulance which struck visit with relatives, suffereda
of Saaser Min Douse McLendon Interesting the Harper car stated in Miami fractured skull and died Tuesdayin
his Is (
department doing In -
of Hendenonvine, N. C. and Miss Boy Scout troops in maintaining Monday night that the ambulance a Miami district hospital I
Th :WM not traveling more than IS to
Ethel McLendon of Warm Spring, He Introduced The accident occurred on Msrsnj -
forestry projects was
ketball I" mile an hour. Another reportwas road
by the Rev A. A. Koest- between Haralin and '
tentative that the Harper car struck Quail Roost drive Her hut baod,
Ga.High tlne scoutmaster of the Homestead
will rm :
the ambulance. of Mr. and Mrs
a son George W.
Schools Resume Boy Scouts,who are carrying
day Mr. Harris aid that picture of Turner, Sr., of Redland. wa drive i itag.
OB a forestry project
the local Cage Games Next Week the Harper car, one aid of Which Neither car was damaged

Triangles show hardly any damage, while much and while the fan from the \
The Homestead High School will resume Fertilizer Row Will .the other tide appear totally de- ear rendered Mrs. Turner unconscious

the its basketball schedule Observe New Year's Day ,molinhed, Indicate that the Harper It was not believed that her
former Tuesday night by playing of Ponce car was struck broadside with a Injuries were critical until examination
star will De Leon High School at Coral Fertilizer Row which if composed terrific Impact. Tracks cut by a at the hospital revealed
M' Gable of the fertilizer and seed wheel of the ambulance after the UM fracture at the bass of the

will be Rutland High School's first firm of Homestead, will be closed I tire blown by the crash are particularly skull She never eomplrti-ly.. regained -
L He game after the holiday will be all New Year's Day by agreement ; revealing a* to the ambulance consciousness.:
state with Miami EditoR next Friday oM far a. could be determined, I '* bring" 'knocked SO feet! Mrs. Turner who eat 19 year t

key night in the Redland gym 110'tItM(itoremrffl be eloed. way*, Mr. llarrl, pointed out (.Continuedtm>vf*' Two)'



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.. LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, January 1,1937ARTHUR
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N would not b* allowed by the court

J. BRADYIS I I PHONE PARLEY I to make a decision baaed on 'prob- 'I

aWUtlas" of future business but
only MI the bails its reasonable\ ,
SUICIDE VICTIM NursHD..DO\
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= it
dtocunten of'he requetb mad "- taken along existing .
"Can't Stand My Chest ,. '\.. 21 ,., ,LC,,( Peasant also were Frank B. Rue, telephone lines and having ;)'
Hurting.' Wrote Man who WM manager of the Dade pointed out to him scores of houses
County Telephone Co., which own- that formerly had telephones but fl!
HalloweenArthur
Injured ed and operated the Homestead were now unconnected to the lines, [,
telephone exchange until about he laid he was very much Impressed si:
J. Brady. 4$, who died in
13 and Dr. J. B. Tower, and
:yin ago, admitted he J
in imbalance on till way to the of Homestead.At field w"I1' :
a pioneer citizen for improvement ex. [
Post Gradual hospital Monday
noon Mr. Greene and Mr. preulon came also after he had I"J
after shooting himself In the head '
with a 38 caliber pistol at his Unhurt were guests of Ben Archer been taken to the community of f
road I president of the chamber of commerce Silver Palm which hal no telei'
grove home on Tennessee ,
for luncheon with the phone line whatsoever nerving It,
Miami Memo-
was in be buried in
Homestead Rotary Club. Later and after he had been taken
"11.11 Park Thursday morning folluwmc -
wr\ Ice* at the grave by tin I the three, accompanied by County I[ through the town of Florida City, I'
R.v A. A Koettllne, pastor vt the Zvi Commissioner Elect J. D. Redd, which has leas than a half-dotes ,
mistinrt Methodist Church who helped build the original telephone telephonei. '

\lnut, 2 o'clock Monday aftern I lines In the district touredthe Tests of various phones in the ,:
n. I0.rl.i sent a niKi" helper loi district following existing rural sections, especially l in the
'1 .\ C' Albright .i IK,nr nrlghIM telephone linen and roads along I Coconut Palm drive and Silver
\" 1I..t. I In wished to see him. w huh extensions are warranted in Palm sections showed that the I'
AH, 11>,hl st.irtfii at once and when the opinion of chamber of commerce static interference that made communication :
In half way to the Brady leadenAt Impossible on these 1
hn."lI' met Brady's dog, Ten I the morning meeting Mr Rue lines lust August H either ellminat- j.

h Ightpned and blood-stained fleeing "Stay WI I Get First Coach sl Him". told Mr. Greene that 13 yean ago ed or greatly reduced since Itth.* ,.';t '
from IU home. I the Homestead exchange had more chamber of commerce called
Albright and the negro found Pity the poor pedestrian I who, with that deadly weapon than 400 subscriber The rate" the attention of the telephone company 1
Brady In till back yard lyingacross Thsre'a a closed season on most I known M a speeding automobile, then Wit $2.50 minimum in the at a conference on iti requestfor "
game, but it'l always open Mason choose to hunt him down. lower rates and .
the front wit of his car with him.Most. country and $1.50 minimum In the Improved
his pistol itlll In his hand. Albright on state aside pr* His ranks were depleted by more I city he Mid. President Archer I equipment. .
called his ion, Raymond, who went: MTTM for th e"U but game who -n 18,000 last year, according: tq aid that a check of the directory 1 At that time, Victor Powe state '
at once for I doctor and an am U b* to take refuge >reltn Insurance Company ata.tlci. and new subscriber line the directory manager of the Southern Bell, ..Id'
... Something must be don. i \
U* has neither the flsetnesa o.I .
bulance. wu last published, allowed that for Homestead
battery type phones .

the rabbit tile I to protect him, also the no
the cunning of Dial ,
nor J
Later I menage supposedly I foil lie la at the marcy of any I I become extinct II i total to date of 267' subscribers, would be put in the com- S
written by Brady wu found on with a rural minimum of $300 pany'i 1137 budget for Florida, but ;
the mantel In his living room. It -- -- I and a city minimum-- of t9_tin.. written confirmation of this, which .
said: "Can't stand my chest hurting Scouts Offered Prizes Business men present expressedthe Wit to have been sent in 80 days, : .
any longer to good bye all MS DRIVERContinued conviction that If the telephone' hn npt yet arrived.Mr. t
Take car of Tex. God bleu you I For Townsend Essays company: would reduce the rate Greene laid that the com ,
alL" His private papen ind i ( From Page One) and make a drive for new lub- paD would be entitled to make ii" :
complete financial statement for I The Homestead Townsend Club .crlbera-and act ai If It really an Increase In rate for the Increased w j)
W T. Mooney of Little River, own old, was born In Burkltivllle, Md.: Is offering to the Boy Scouts and wanted to get more buiinen-and investment ai Mr. Powe
er of the grove of which Brady She cam with her husband and: Girl Scouts of the district from at the lime time guarantee to had indicated in the conversav. : E
WM caretaker were found with children to Homestead about 18 Perrln south cash prizes for the keep the rural lines free of static Lion several months ago. Chamber :
the not*. yean ago and with them moved I four belt essays on "What Will I Interference or correct such e of commerce men at once suggested ,
A coroner'i Jury decided Monday to Miami about ten :yean ago. She the Townsend Plan I Do for the' condition promptly it occurs, the that the request for modernized
evening that the wound wu was a member of Biscayne Chap Young People When Enacted Into';!'I' present number of telephones could equipment be withheld until the t j i
elf Inflicted. ter O. E. S. Besides her husbandshe Law. be doubled. requested reduction In rates Ii i
Brady I World War veteran, Th tint prize Ii three dollar;' ,
leaves four tons George, Robert ; Mr Greene Mid the commission obtained. 1
cam to the district from Wythe- Edward and Barney all of the second prize two dollars; andsthe I
ville Va eleven years ago He Miami; her mother, Mn. Augusta I third and fourth prizes, one'
belonged to the Harry O. Hall Post Hlghtman of Hancock, Md.; and dollar each. I .
of the Veterans of Foreign Wart two listen, both in Maryland. Th scouts who ar Interestedare ,, \
and to the local Woodmen of the Burial was In Woodlawn Park asked to come to the Neva King' .
World camp. The chest Injury Cemetery Miami, with the Rev.C. Cooper School auditorium Sunday, ,
WM the result of an automobile O. Nelson, pastor of Redland at 3 o'clock tor full Information. 1
trident on Halloween. Community Church conductingthe '
When In need of first claaa Job il
He survived his Mn
is by wife lervlce. Turner Funeral
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printing phone t fee estimate. &
Bessie Brady of Miami, and his Home Wit in charge of arrangements appreciate rlllr patronag The I I
mother. Mn. Etta Brady of Wythe- Leader-Enterprise.
ville

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Leader-Enterprise Has Western T-Bone Steak Dinner Sec Chicken Dinner TSe
Regular Dinner See Vegetable Plate 3**
Modern Unit
Melting
; All Kinds of Home-made Sandwiches

Ing New linotype equipment and itereotype for remelt-metal I Green Lantern Restaurant Happy New Year t,

was Installed Wednesday In the I ADJOINING HOTEL REDLAND .
shop of the Leader-Enterprise by
Cat-Oil Product, Inc. of Coral to All :
Gables for which Virgil D. Lyon
Is the Homestead agent The new I .F

unit, I crucible of BOO pounds capacity ANDCongratulations
heated by six powerful gu
does in 25 minutes what
jets formerly -
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required an hour and a
half to iccompllih. It ii known '+'
a. the Johnson Melting Unit : f
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DR.M.A.BERGERDentist TO THE" "
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LEADERENTERPRISEUpon

36 N. Krome Avenue ;


Upstairs i the installation of ..'
Office Hours 8:30--1:30 We wish all of you a HAPPY and

OPEN EVENING I' IT'S NEW GAS-FIRED
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR. and
Bl AfTOINTMBXT

may the new year bring you joy JOHNSON MELTING UNIT


Let Us and contentment.


RejuvenateYour VIRGIL D. LYON

Car If W. Mawry Si Homestead, Fja.Survev ,

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Wood Work

Body Fender Repairs I

Tops and Trimming

Seat Covers Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. Maps ....


Painting 'FRANK .. RUE )fp.i A. R. LIVINGSTON


Art's Paint Shop REGISTERED Registered CIVIL Land Surveyor ENGINEER

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Kitchen in State Is FoundAt is apt to crack a solid piece. If the or a place for bathing and dryIng -' "breakfast nook" takes UM placeOf
Largest hearth is in two pieces, the crack children U desired. a full-sited dining-room, as ;
I Florida State WomenTallahassee will stop at the join between the New Wall Covering part of the living room or part of
College'for front and back hearths and little Something brand new in wan the kitchen, or located between
damage Is done. Of course, It coverings that should solve many them. It Is possible to furnish an s
Dee. SI Food ls mg and makes Its own Ice cream. would be well to examine the wall problems Is being ah bought by the crate, hundredweight Milk comes from the college dairy I cracked hearth to be lure there is la very thin sheet copper and Is built-in fittings. All that Is need- s
i no possibility of sparks getting hammered to give texture. It ed Is a table surface and two long
or gallon at Florida State and fresh pork from the college!I
College which has the largest farm. through the crack to some com- won't fade or tear and It will standa benches, to sit on. The walls of the ;
bustblle material. good deal of abuse. It one gets alcove usually form the backs of
kitchen In the state and of the
one Approximately 80 people are i
Chimneys sick of the ordinary copper shade, the benches and under them often
largest In the entire South.It ,
employed at this giant kitchen, The
a little acid treatment would turnIt are storage compartments
takes proportions like that to which I II three stories high and approximately Chimneys that are persistent"leakers" Into a lovely green.Lasiadry table may rest on a sawbuck t
provide for 1,730 college girls.A 128x61 feet They cause a great deal of Room I type of baas and be made to tilt
damage, and the cure Is often hardto
under the direct
are supervision
typical breakfast at this mammoth it may be very simply constructed -
The
laundry room be madeas
find. If the flashing is In may
eating place figures like of a. highly trained corpa of dietitians good with four straight leg. or It
pleasant as a sitting room or
shape and it
does
you are sure not
this: 290 dozen biscuits, 24 pounds headed by Miss Anna May may be hinged to the wall at one
play room; or U It is adjacent to
come from a weakness there and
Tracy, president of the Florida end and have folding legs at the II
of coffee, IS crates of grapefruit
It all the exposed Joints have been the kitchen it may be made to -
Dietetic Association and memberof .
a
otherDR.R.S.AKERS
and about 200 of bacon
pounds examined and questionable ones serve as a breakfast room or flUl-
the American Dietetic Association -
Special diets are furnished at raked out and repolnted, and still dren's dining room. Have a frame \
executive committee. The
a slight extra charge to overweightor It leaks, the chances are that the made to fit over the tubs and cover
underweight students or others I meals are served by approximately water enters at the top and percolates I it with a bright chintz with a
(0 college students In exchangefor
deep valance around the edge so
needing medical diet service who down through the unexposed
obtain a diet prescription from the their board and room. I joints. To cure this, place a that it will hang down to withina
college physician I The seams college kitchen and ipetal hood formed like an few Inches of the floor. This DENTIST
dining hall also Is a training school Iheet-I frame can be light enough so that
ed U over the top of the I
To keep the college girls In calories .
Hours Sa.at.toIV.ssSundays
Office
for student dietitians. This college leaving both ends open. one person can easily handle It. .
it takes about 100 of
pounds has the distinction of being the cured many a chimney, so the I Shelves for soap and clothes pins 0 I* 11 ; :
16S
7 sugar 90 pounds of butter, and
first educational Institution in the chances are it will cure and other odds and ends can be Closed SaturdaysFree
yours.
gallons of milk daily, among other South and one of three in the en- New Bathtubs I I painted In bright colors and made ::
of food.
quantities Cooking
tire country offering student die- attractive as a china closet Adda Parking Space
utensils times larger than Recently several designs bath-
are many titian training In administrative few pieces of appropriate furni-
those of the average housewife but food work which Is approved by ; tubs have been brought out with ture and, except on Mondays, you 1114 N. W. lint ST.. MIAMI ":'
cooking on such a grand scale as the American Dietetic Association. I seats at the ends or aides; one have another room In the house. FHONE S-21S1
this is broken up Into smaller units, type ls square with the tub running Built-in Useful la the Dining
which makes the food more easy I diagonally from comer to loom
to handle and better preserve the thing about a secret cuboard that : corner and seats In the other corner Sometimes a "dining alcove" or WANT ADS PAY-TRY THEMt .
flavor. appeals to all of us. I One Is like the conventionaltub
I\ Dish the full HearthsIf with a seat added at one end;
washing requires concrete or stone Is to be used I this takes a seven-foot Another
recess. -
1 time of 13 men who wash around In the HOMESTEAD HARDWARE CO. '
building hearth of a fireplace I has a similar seat but will
1 20,000 pieces of china a day 14,500 It Is well to make the hearthin fit In a five foot six-inch space
piece, of silverware and 4,500 two pieces: a back hearth, where This should fill the wants of many GENERAL HARDWAREPhone 'I
pieces of glauware. It takes two I
\ the fire actually is, and a front who have available only the spacethat
; and a half hours for one meal's hearth. The reason for this Is I the old tub occupied. The 516-M Homestead, Fla. :
i dishwashing I that the intense heat of the flro scat is convenient when a foot bath
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CupboardsIn ;

building a chimney there Is . "
usually some unused space left at I :. I :
the side above the line of the fire- ,
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place. More often than not this ,<). / -
space is just boxed in and plastered s -r.2 =
over and lost. Our ancestors,, =- \.. t L l.r ===
more frugal folk than we, put cup : :
boards In these spaces and us.d I Qappy --S; I
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them for storing any number of I,, -
things. Sometime. we do the _,
same now, but there Is many n == u. =
chimney breast that hides a potential ;, "
bookcase or storage cupboard, I::1 iS- New Year I
and the home owner Is Ignorant i,
of his loss ''= = !;
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cupboard can be installed with a -E'I =-
panel that opens at a definite push. ==
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hide the family jewels In such = =
a cache, there are thing of less*I
Intrinsic value that one might trust'''
to Its keeping. And there Is some- t
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"I span,-has matured and declined while. this, o world worked and ;; g

Dr. Neuenschwander = r' I \- =

Dr. B. GonzalezOPTOMETRISra1 -, ". ,':. _built.and prospered. And as itrnmres into eternitjrfrom whence4ifV' '+

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\t I ;.' : -and science, culture and commercial prosperity ;


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EUGENE Permanent May it be a year of success and happiness for all of us.

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'Awl 's she kind wt give;

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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE I II I RIM 4'11 1 i Art ***>atr,1' Ywrf' I A country She woman Knew Him went to the

barracks to see her son, who had
published Friday at Homestead II joined up some time, and as hit
FU.. by toe South Dade I I name was Smith It was difficult

fablbhlq C. I to locate him. The sergeant on
guard said to the woman:
BEN ARCHER ...._. ___ Edits .a "There's a Smith In the officer's
me**. I wonder If that' him"
Entered: M second claw mall i -Yes. that's ''im" said the woman -

. matter March 9. HIS. a. tie peat .
elfiN" Henteatead. rs.s... aaaarla "WhY. what make you thinkso
act e< March I, 1179. i ?" said the sergeant ',

WOW said the woman, 'e Was .
SCR PRICE 11." A ?EAR I always In some me** or mother

I when be was at 'ome, so It'* '111I \

Drouth I right IIIOU..h.-1I4011..a1 Star. ,

I know time I A school teacher after examina- ;
"
When word dry up lit their four?: lion of the pupils In her class by

tams the school nurse, wrote the follow. 4

When thought U arid M mountains ..... ing note to the parent of a certain j

. little boy .
Of sun-baked rock "Your boy, Charles, shows sign\ )
I And mirages mock of astigmatism. Win you pleas ;
With abundance that fades at the Investigate and take steps to correct '

i: I know grasping a time accunt I (Jf' f..fJ I' ." it"The next morning she received

I With rasping W" '1i.1.LA& ', '- a reply from the boy' father who !
Wordless thirst. I .. wrote: .

Mary Ferrell Dickinson: 'tjJ "1 don't exactly understand what
Zephyrs. Charlie has done, but I have walloped
I him tonight and you can
wallop him tomorrow. That ought J ito
Creed of Not Over 50 Club help IOIII.-EJI.

I The Not Over SO dub Which a I 4iW
; Chicago Insurance company IIi A Future Diplomat 1
I
promoting U one which will do i I The following letter addressed: '

t Its part In helping to eliminate J to the bewhlskered and Jovial pat
automobile accident i tron saint of the holiday season 1
deserved to pay dividends:
Suppose we read through the
erred which It asks u* to NN Atly Fleas bring me a blslkkle so I
At a member of the 'rb1DO ; can get to school on time Also a

Club" I shall do my best to! / A W+;14 Y punching bag so I can get strong
ter moweng the lawn, and a big
MV live by j
I red waggon so I can bring I In stoav
1. Driving at sate speed atall
see wood. I need roler skates too so I 1
times 40. 43, but not over can run errands faster for mother.
BO miles an hour on the open road. .1 i Tour truly. WUlia Jon*.
2, Knowing and observing the

traffic law of my city and state 411 A Flood

I. Reducing my peed In bad Frank "I have considerable
weather, at night In confuted trouble telling the difference be- i
real and where road condition
and weeds. t
tween", young plant
warrant How do you tell which la which"
4. Observing the of
right
and driving on the right aid of way the One .f the greatest nan of Florida was DR. the southern states with a dependable Ice supply. Hank. Pull: "There them I all* only out.OM II they lureway.

road. JOHN GORRIE, inventor of Buck****! t.trl,- Today his memory li eneratii la the Hall of weeds."- .
again they are
I Using hand signals when eraUon. After graduating frees a New Teak Fame In Washington D. C. by a sculptured like- Ex.come up

turning or atopplng. medical ached Dr. Cords settled la Apalacal- .....
6L Pawing other can only on cola at IMS. JUalisiac the Cutest used of .,u.. The OTAHCTTE GOOSEBERRY native of

straight, level stretches when I lend Ice ty producers, ef perishable feedttoffi. Madagascar M well M of India, i* found wild Man

have ample room Dr. Gonie, after long research, discovered the escape In aeitbem Florida. The tree Is small "If would be
you
f Never "lumping' the light solution Md wring the period between 1147. with ovate leave from two to three Inches long.

8 Watching out for children. 1880 leveled all his enerflM to perfect and The round said fruit I* ribbed and slightly' angular -

U. Always remembering that commercialise tie yrocesa. Although Dr. Gorria's pal. green I* color, and abut three- sure that you are
drinking and driving do not mix
invention was successful, ha died la 18B5, with- fourths of a. tack la diameter.
and that a slow reaction due to oneor
out seeing his dream realised-that of furnishing beginning right
two drink may mean someone'sdeath. --- I ,

19 Being courteous to the oth- I. ww rwww.w.w.wwrwwrrww-xww.- two; Florida, one; Georgia, five; begin to save"

er fellow FROM OUR MAIL BOX 1 I, Mississippi, one. I

F. D. Patterson, president
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w""wwwwwn"www.ww"w wwxo"wwwwwwrwTUSKEGEE .and then...INSURE
Best Books of 1936 REPORTS ON LYNCIIINGS :'. Tuskegee Institute, Dec. 23, 1936 ..

What are the "ten best" fiction I I your savings
and nonfiction books for 1839' Editor Leader-Enterprise tempted'rape three; murder, one;I "Hello Smith, old man; haven'

William Lyon Phelps, author and I send you the following Information activity in share cropper atrike'l I seen you for a long time" 1 YES IT CAN BE DONE.. '
one, charge not reported, 1 1I
professor at Yale University, pre- concerning lynchlngs for "Been In bed seven weeks. More than a thousand strong
vents his selections in the current the year 1938 I find accordingto The states In which lynchlngs I "Oh, that's too bad. Flu I suppose and well managed thrift assogiqtipaj. lit
Rotarian Magailn the records compiled In the department i occurred and the number In. each '" i iI J
Fiction: of record and researchof state are a* follow: Arkansas,1 I "Yes, and crashed'!"-Ex. ) all across the United

the Tuskegee Institute that State*.aew protect their shareholders
1. "The Last Puritan" by George
Santayana Scrlbnert). there were 9 persons lynched ln| through a nation-wide "
1934 This Is U tea than the
I
1 "Gone With Wind" by Mar. I I Insurance plan, backed by an
numb 20 for 1139; ilx less than
Caret Mitchell (Macmlllan). the number 11 for 1134; and 19less Instrumentality of tile United

3. "Enchanted Voyage" by Rob than the number 2( for 1933 State. Government.

ert Nathan (Knopf). Six of the persona lynched were
4. "Sparkenbrok by Charles in the head et the law; two were I Her It Is In black and white

Morgan (Macmlllan). taken from Jails; and four from The safety of your account hereto 1,
officers of the law outside .f Jails.
5 "Death Is a Little Use by rutty hound tip to 13,000 by
There 3} Instance In which ... '
N..nW fnta Moody (Julian Mew were the Federal Savings ft Loan In
nw), officer of the 1W preventedlynching
*. fir of those were In surance'Corposetlea.
e. "Let the King Beware" by
northern state and 30 In southern
Honor4 Morrow (Morrow).
state U Ie of the Instance the Its Sl00.0oe._ capital and
1 "Cosmopolitans" by Somerset
prisoner were removed or the Its reserves .(has swoamuUtInsj -
Maugham (Doubleday Doran).
guards augmented or other precautions premium paid 1.71118 and
I. "A Prayer for Mr Son" by
I taken. In the five other
Hugh Walpole (Doubleday Doran). all other Insured associations) !
Instances, armed force was used to
I. "The Rubber Band" by Rex repel the would-be lynchers. A I stand between you and loss of
Stout Farm ft Rinehart i
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total of t. ...-.. seven white in business wish to lour hart woo savings.
10. "Shining Scabbardby R. C. I In our first year we ex-
and ft negro, were thus saved
Hutchtnaon (Farrar & Rinehart).
Nonfiction: from death at the hands of mobs. press our appreciation for the cooperationyou I( you really want to begin to

1. "Saint Joan of Are" by V. Of the nine person lynched; all save, to have your saving earn
have in the and wish a
were Degree The offenses given us past you
Sackvlll( Weat (Doubleday Doran dividends, and to secure maximum -
charged were: rape, three; at-
). HAPPY AND PROSPEROUSNEW protection for your savings I
1 "An American Doctor
r' come in and talk with
T "The American Army laFranc YEAR
Odyssey" by Victor Heiaer (W. W. I
Norton). *" by General 0. Bastard I a.I I

3. "roldi Bedouins" by Howard (Little Brow). I

Vincent OBrlen (WUtett ft, "Swede. the Middle Way"
Clark It Co). by Marquis W. Child (Yale University First Federal Savings & I

4, "Tju American Language" Press). Grantham Seed Store
by-H. L. Mencken (Knopf). 9. "The Flowering of New Eng Loan Association

9 "In the Step of St. Paul" by landby Van Wyck Brook (Dut- Phone 22
If V Morton (Dodd Mead). ton), Homestead, Fla. of Homestead

6 The Return to Religion, by 10. 'Autibtography of O. It.Cheaterto __.___ '
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Friday, January. 1,1937 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISH Paw Five


ct e I Largest Clam Bank in United StatesTo very plankton abundant especially A the lot ot plant this I


It Be Conserved in Everglades ParkI I called produced desmlds la fresh and diatoms.* brackish, are

IIa swamps. For that reason some
attic_' of In words of the beat ahelWMi banks are located -
Non i 'she Mm/ea us. other 'ICI'ODe
h tho sane ., a _t 6.d.0 bDr. of us has .a ana millionth Interest where dear pure rivers flow
John C. Gifford of fw.etrsat i Into the sea It Is Quite likely'
.5 in that bank. This
teems
the Uel..nlty Mt.w4 r '.YIMMd clam
I* the AMriow ..... like a small traction, but this U therefore, that this great clam
a big clam' bank. Anyway, U bank may be fed by the plankton -
Mr. Roland M. Harper who ti properly conserved, there are In the water that flows out ol the
a very accurate and careful ob- clams enough there tIi supply this iwampa and glade through that
t server connected with the State whole state with clams forever great labryinta of rivers I"

4t Geological Survey has preparedan This bank sjorer* an area of at I creek -
interesting and valuable volume least two hundred square miles It seems to me that any restaurant -
on the natural resources of South in Miami which specialize.In
Elsewhere throughout the worleldall'll
Florida. It also if of interest to serving a high grade chowder from
collected I
are with a special
f note that these book are printed fresh clams at a cheap
tool caned lam la : daba
tongs" this i
by'the ctoi in printing and bookbinding price a large and
In the Florida Industrial case these clam* have been dug by i profitable business. Wishing you an
two dredges foe a long time. Tills
School tot Boy at Mariana, FU, The West Coast I S. a bind of
probably
which is I II ) the only' place fat the I
s highly commendable
world where clam are dug bydredie. shell Whelk Islands consist almost
s In hU kook the rest clam bank s. Yeas) after year they I entirely: of shells. The majority oldfashionedHappy '
U referred ta at follow: Tb digging work up and down this bank gathering of thes* shells are oyster
of clams (Venus mercenaria clam tolbe canned and shipped I Shan of considerable:size, showingthat
t :Mortonl) U an Important industry away when wt buy slams the oyster,bed were depletedby
in the neighborhood of the Ten we probably buy own own clam I the Indiana or early settlers
Thousand Iilandi Just off the which have been shipped back to long ago \ are stall many New Year
C coast, beginning within a mile *t us In the form of canned clam oyster bed,lot they are ot the
the shore in water four to seven chowder raccon variety knd too small to be
r feet deep, there Is said to be a comfortably usd. They form
t bed of them about five miles wide This clam bank to one of great 'beds everywhere aad even cling
and forty mile tang/--probably Interest for other reason First ,la great masses to the root of
it will become t part of the Proposed j
the largest bed of hard clams In mangroves We- should have a
the waters of the United States, National Everglade: Park ,careful: eye on this clam bed to W.
D. HORNE CO Inc.
and then it will belong to all the
f and almost the only one la the see to.it that it la not deplete as
:United ,
people of the States of
South. the shell the
Including has been the oyster.
America and to be subject to the ,
r weight of these clams average The FRANK L. SKILL Owner
early Cahisa lived m the
rule and regulations of the National
nearly a pound, sometimes exceeds
:shell and his implements
age practically
two pounds They were : Park Board which will probably from i
were manufactured
t formerly dug by band and take.mo.U insure its perpetuation. Sec shells. I have often wandered t
to Key West but now ma- ',ond, why ha such I mammoth how
they successfully opened
and takento clam, bank developed in that special -
chinery is used they are these mollusks with such crude J
two canneries at opposite ends district and not elsewhere
of Marco Island in Collier county" throughout the) South It U safe (Continued on..Page Nine) _
In a footnote he also says that "On to assume 'that there must be a< -u -
IIf these factories (at least in superabundance of the kind of "4
:March 1924,) gave the address of I,creatures upon which it feeds.
Its Now York office on the labels All recognize that oysters clams f l
of Its cans, with no indication that and conchs are very nutritious
the product core from riorld" foods, by many specialists) Considered -I W
Please tote carefully that he says superior to meat,.-in fact,
"it is the largest bed of hard clamsin to att other foods, because of io-I 47
the waters of the United States dine and other Ingredients that ,
and almost the only one in the ward off various serious nutritional -
South. diseases The food of these r ONLY
A clam bank like that is better then fish consists of minute plants
than e gdldinliw or petroleum well and .nunalsclassed collectively F
because it is a Dying thing and if j a*plankton. Many beds of shellfish $152.50
property conserved will go on pro have perished because of Insufficient -
ducing forever. People come and plankton. In 4so
got to such extent that it I*difficult I oyster growers measure the Plank-j ; .: Easy Terms
to,say just how many live in Florida :, ton by an Instrument : M
Anyway it Is sat to say I constructed for this purpose before ,
oVer, million. Now this clam planting new oyster beds It ta''
bank belongs to the state, which'I very: evident that the planktonupon II q
might to mean that it belongs to all which this clam feeds IV



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Pare Six THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Friday, January 1, 1937

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RiIi/1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIfllIIIIII/II/( _"I:. A. EMIl andfamily, D. LEGAL NOTICES m TRI CTtctnf JUDICIAL COOS CIRCt'IT or nnILRVENTH IN i 107.IM*. which b tile M day 'of Ian.ro.CWoll ,' .
.
Davis and wife, I. R. Matthews AND FOR DAD COUNTY FLORIDA D.t.4 Wt tad dy, of Dee.-....., ".. ;
and family Mr. and Mrs. C. H. NOTICE or APPIICATIOH FOR TAI IN CBANCKRY NO. IM1S-C: So .. LICATHftIfAM.w I ,. ;i
Joseph O Hold Complain. T*. PoMrQalatli I
20 Years Ago1iIIIlIi1IIIIIiII1111111111IIlIIIIIIIIiiIiIIIIII Woodbury, and Mr. and Mn. R. (*....*DKRV.Mil Ho IMIXOTir and ha wif. Floroac P. OaM*.I P NdrtaMlba 1*;'
H. Davis took dinner with S. F M Hearty GIVEN tk> WILLIAM ,. KEN!.. koldor of BUM and Hirrw. Glean J. Sammy, Jan > Dalton.Conunorolal 1 I If. C. I'I'H."" It. 0.IDoo. .
Matthews and Christmas
family on 4. U. II. 55..
Comr Tu CorUffeofo Mo. Hank a Tent Company, Mfrom. 1
day." !Use lot day of Aiwuit. D'I I'.I"i: ., and Miami Bask Tow Con.jan :
...Talma Vista lodge No. 205 of lame to mi .155 a, and kM aadlwuse .. as_Tr-t. IM-d..*. *_..} NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOB TAX '
for Ui dead to ki lonod tlle_. DRIO
Tko Miowlnf Item or* toko* the order of Mason elected and installed SaM CnlMloata raknuw Ox folkmlnataortUd NOTICB Of SALE (amass Bill No. Ill)
Mum front Move. of the' HoomtM: In the Conner of IM, NO H k twroby itwi tkat .*.... ,and by I NOTICE 1* HERESY IVBN thai lit
..... ..... new officers on Wednesday urooort ...
oMoklMMd II. la III*, sate of norUa. toowlt: virtu of the authority of flnnl dlimof MARY M. AVERS, holder ot sate a4
w the Swath Fl.dds sooner.Dee. night Those elected were: Lou 1 1 BrA 1. Granite Grow : forotlooar entered kr.1.or..o *|1 C.us.I 1 County T.I Conirlolt No. MM lou4Mm
worshipful master O. W. Moody N. 1. Plat Book II Fan IT. U Ik* of the Circuit Coot In trd day of Au..... A. D. IMI koo 1 '*
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; of Florlds.Th. If' Floriaa. .. tko Seth day of Jui awl .hoi Made '
County of Dodo, tuu IM wnu In ml onTlot no. \,
28, 191" senior warden, C. H. Vihlen; Jun- aoioMOiint of aid orooorw under In that ....,. mom In ..Id.... .1"1 IkMtoa for a tee dead to b* bast Mwro.on. '
tin MM oirttftntt boor: ma In too MM .low la which Jootok c. Raid let a SaM Cortlfloalo ombraooi Uw fallow-.
ior warden W. O. Talbott senior
'Mlu Carter and John ; wit.
Gladys ,
oft EBT. FRANK H. MALONET. lalnant and Pour Gelatin and Vloremm Ins described i property In the Count of ,
McKimmey were married by Jude deacon, Dan Connor; Junior deacon Unless, MM certificate h.M M rononwdeoordlii P OalaUa, Nlrkohw. P. HaCIt and Dodo, Mow of PlnrUn. ta-wUl 1
M. t. ..... KM pramty doMtrlMthonrln wlf.. Bouto M. Harrn. Doom I' Ramorr of Vf\t o( Sm of NWH ta '
J. E. Chcssir secretary
Barco on Saturday lost in the ; will ho sold to the highest bidder J.moi Dalton, Commercial Bank aTm I .2. U, Townanl H lontn. KannSI
o. courthouse, MiamI. They will make B. Parker; treasurer, A. D. a U Oourthooot ". on the tint Mmdr >t Company, ai Trustee, anf Mimi Kant, containing I Aon* MOT orIon.
A the month crt" fohnnr. IMT, wklekto Bank and Trust Company, u"Triitoa, are l 1 I* MM County at Dnoa, Stake olnortdo
Fogle. (Naranja).
their home
In the McClanahan the' M day of PVbnMJT. UIT the doof........ I. H. H. Eyho, t J apoolallaitor .
house on Redland road. Mr. and Dow this red oar of 0-..... 1M1E appolnud by the court to rak* the The moo.wame d endst !
sale of th. propmy Involved fila 'orcloiur .:.IoI.'tt
B. LJATHItRIfAH.C. : the sold otruf Iroto
Mn. Henry Carter took the couple Florida City Man Dies I ...... of Circuit Court *, will offer far.... der Mel .1.$1.LF.CORP. mum
to Miami In their car and brought Dado County, Florida. torn* of the final decree k> this ._ .t I I Vnloi sold certificate shall W i ia4 Mme..
After Short Illness public ontrry to the kvjkoil and ., id.d.y .
Circuit Court tool. according to law, the vroportr -
I them home M C STERRETT. D. c. for own at tit aonth door of Coonn. ,*4 thoroln will W ...... W .... behest. al*. 1
-"Mr. and Mn. B. C. Murphy (D.. II, u.-r, ;. t, L U U. kM?). ty Cart Maw, al Miami, I De Counts. ... al the Court-.... door on the first
: Funeral service were conducted = on the die day of Jntojry inn, Monday In the MOMI of Pokrowr. IMT, ;!
and family took Christmas dinner the boor of lli A. kijand llM ( ,
which la the lot dar rrhrnanr. IMT.
Wednesday afternoon for Oslah APPLICATION torn TAX P M.. tho ..*
NOTICE or same being a legal day and
Dated this Sotn day of DKombor, IMI.K. .
and Mr. and Mn. D. R. Sullivan Joseph Schnellbacher of Florida DRUM 'I the boon being the ..... honri at...., a. LEATHERMAN. 1
with Mr. and Mn O. H. Sullivan." City pioneer Redland District II HKKKBlf GIVEN toot final. ooeror. to-wit I
--Mrs. A D. Tower and Mia E. resident Palm Cemetery In Na- RICHARDS 'hoLd-r of sake sad North Wait B. Ballard arrived on Sunday to gj.; Tor Certificate No. 74T hand Quarter ($654) of the Monko t Quaftor D. 0.
M. O tTEXKCTT
ranja by the Rev. A. A. Koestline, the. Ilk dor of Amort A. D. SMS. ko :MHI of BorUon Toitir-U.ro. .
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II. I, I. IS. n
spend the winter with Mn. Towt ( )
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pastor of the Homestead Methodist filed MOM III my off1.., sea kM mast an.plinth 115)), Tawwhlp II South, Mnn 41
er'i ion, Dr J. B. Tower." for a ta> dud to ... leaned tnoro.in. East. end the oothwoot uarMM ;
Church. The Lyons brothers SaM CortlflMM .ombraoi tko (.... ( of tko NortkwoM pears '
"Council U planning to have quartet sang at the service. knrlnf doierlbid property In MM c.ull ( ) of tortlo ,......,... 1141.) -
sidewalks ten feet wide laid I of Dow, SUM of florid, to-wit 1 l a M soak Rant 41 Eart.aontalnlnc .
on Mr. Schnellbacher who wa 68 Lot ... Block t. Tile 1'laW.., M *rro.> Men or loot, all ;
Jerome avenue from the bakeryto yean old, died Monday it the PIM Book a. P.... ,.. IB the Coutfof I* Dado Connor ......... aa t... some 1
I tot* of Florid ., rorord I* tho Offko of
the Dr Bale'l bout thence the 11
; Dade County hospital after a short *=_ d sow p.own if asker Clark-r-the. Clreah Court a ..d toe I
over to the school house on Flag' Illness. H* came to Florida from tko MM rtlflMlo fcwwd wa is ties Bases Dad County. I'Iartda. !
oft JOHN N. DUNHAM.Unlroi Dosed .1 ..,..... Dn40 c-a.;. Fh.l4.
ler and Mowry avenues; and on Oregon and homesteaded near MM oorllflMU shall ... -... ,the the /rd lap at December Less.H.
South Krome avenue." Florida City. _I.. will W Mid to She hlibrot bidder spatial .rlolkHton ,.
"Mn. W. O. Frazier of Topeka He survived by a brother, ol tko CourtkonM door ra tko lint blow JIEDFEAXM FERREJ.LM" E
Kan., arrived on Sunday morning Charles Calhoun of Seattle day lo tko Booth of. February. HIT, which for Contplaln.nt.' I IDM. 1
hi the lot dar of .......17. IMT.DM ( 4, It. la. ... laid ,... I. >..,.)
to spend the winter with her ton Wash; and two sisters, Mn Maggie thin real day of Dmmhor, IMI.X. .

and family, W. A. Frazier." Hayes of Cheynne, Wyo., and B. LEATHKRMAN.Clork NOTICE I I
of Circuit Court. P.riuant to the ..visions of meeting
-"Re*. W. O. Fletcher, the newly Mn. Polly Lefflngwcll of Miami. Dodo Gouty, Florida. 04 of the BanklnaArt of It,,. molls to
Pall bearers were: H. H. Swing, Circuit GNI* ... .korokr Iran or Tko Firm National Bank'
appointed pastor of the Home- II. c:. iTERRBTT. D. C. of Homemade I* the ply of BomoMoad, ,
itead-Sllver Palm charge, was In Ivan Moser, Edgar Sia, R. L. (D... II, IMS: ,... 1. I, I*, tt, SMT. sated florid, that the liability knvnacdno '
Hobson, T. E. Oldendorf and Fred the koUton. of shares of Ite ogotmonitock
town on Thuradu/. or tko Provisions. of ....1.* alai,
t --"Mr. and Mn irwin Gault moved Henn. Turner Funeral Home NOTICE OF APPLICATION. FOR TAX U. .. Revised SurotM, M amended and
i was in charge of Interment. DKKD.loooto loctloa U of tko Foaoral RoMno Act, M
I Into a house on Mowry avenueon ( BUI N. IM amended. .M,., tee" w July ,_ lt7 ,
Friday." NOTICE II HFREBY GIVEN that B. order of the Board of Dlroctora I WATER
WINTER D. NORTH a. MABEL B J. I. MeLBNDON, Cashier,*
"Earl A. Ev.na.nd a friend : Third -Movie" Will Be NORTH kit '""'. koldon of But ud (0.. 2-Mar. II) '
) loiuodIk
1M4
county Tax CortlflMt.
from Muskegon Mich., arrivedon Shown in AI. E. Churches Ilk day of July. A. D. I'''. kan filed NOTICE or APPLICATION roB TAX
Thursday! morning to stay for MOM !_ nr ride.. and have nado opollc*. DEED I i i SOFTENERS '
the winter." tom for o t.. dead M ko leaned thtromloM (cams Bill r.. 141) > '"
I "The YOUnI""M':; of Nazareth." CortlflMto ooioroMO the following NOTICE Jl HEREBY GIVEN that .. D. '
-"The beautiful country home of described orooortx lo. tko County of Podo. LF.E koMn of BUM nnd Conatr T..
third in the aerie of religious motion Itoto of riorldo.. towHILot tlflcnt Ho. IMM Wed the Ilk
Mesdames FUloon and Walton wit I I. Block I Tralaod Ororco N.L ...
D.
pictures, I Am the Way", Aonot fast, kM filed MOM tat c..j rAnd
elected ai the meeting place ol I a fJo-Auodo.. PUt Book Is. Fo.' M, offleo, end .kM mad application ... For '
twelve ladles of Homestead and will be shown In the Homestead I. .... Cornl of Dad.. sea of Florloa. 10. deed to M bonod tIoe_ loW Large : :
Methodist Church Monday evening Tko ..rant of aid OIUPOIKF codot Vitiate omkraoM tko tollowlnc described .
Redland to organize an Auction ... MM OMtifkalo MM4 WM Ul to* MOM n.p.g la tko Crony ./ IMo But W 1111 ";" !
at 7.30 o'clock by Leo Poyser VHKNOWN. Florida, towHiW ,#;p .
club which li to meet very two who la arranging for the pictures ._ o>W oortttlMto otan ko Kouai. of KWH of MWV of NEU: I. Small homesLAVND&Y -. '
weeka. At each meeting the rol'...,alas to low ties prooonr Wrrlk 1 .orUoa II Township M loath, ..... ,..
holder of the highest if and depending oa contribution to .in i 111 will ko oU M UM highest. Weaker N bolt ."tealae a Aon OMVW or .:
to
ICON help defray expense A reel I use Courthouses door oo tko firm afouk* I IOM, la the C...,, o/ Doom, ttnt of
receive a pair of white silk ttock- tko swath of Foknarr. ..'. vkitk FlorMo.
.
lace At a late hour the following from the Methodist home board ofmissions the lot day of .......... IMTDo.to4 The ..sews at add Property under ,"
I lard OIl --.. 11M.B. tk .
also will be shown. this day O.M otrtlflMo kword was In ties *nM
ladies reluctantly departedto B. LEATMCRKAM. W MEL DOROTHY ETAN1.
The same picture will be! shownin I Clark of Chw.lt Coort TJnloM MM oortUMto okall ... ocdoiaod
meet two weeks hence with Mr. Redland at I p. m. Sunday, in Dado -.. Florida.Dot .nooordtn to ..... .... oraporty ... Whiten clothes, saves soap "
Barnett: Mesdames Barnett, Circuit CbMt.... orrlkod thor.1 will W MM to .... kujhort I ;
Thomas Brewer Ed Silver Palm at 6.45: ; and In Prince- B. N. C an..ETr. D. C! bidder at use Cont-kooM door on tko and labor. ', ., ;
Carter Fil-
ton at 7.45.Church: I ( II, IMt I.... I, t II. ... IMT! first Monday, I* tk* Month of January. f
loon Fort, H. C. Mowing, R. :M. !

Huntley, C. W Mangui, a R. Prid-

l I' son. R. B. Schallern, W. K. WaiIon. of God to Begin ;l BATII ,

." > Tent Meetings Jan. 31 ..armoursa o f.J ,

'A wedding which came ai a Protect the akin' rid keep

surprise to their numerous friends The Church of God will begin a
took place at 6 o'clock hands soft an4 wWte.
Saturday a tent meeting on N. W. Second

evening, December 23, when Mist street between Krome avenue and

Edith Eugenia Moffett, of Trout- lint avenue on Sunday. Jan 3, '

Mile. Va, and tvenon Lewis Twy- the pastor, J. H. Dodson announces KITCHEN ",v w ,:?

man of Flncaitle, Va, were mar- The Rev. W. O. Moon who has

ried by the Rev. O. C. Seeven. conducted many revival campaigns ; Dishwashing made easier,

The ceremony took place at the In all the southern states will be '"
home of the brlde'a prevent grease film on the
cousin, Mill the evangelist

Gertrude Hoennhel. The bride "Mr. Moon has been the evangelist diahes, glassware. and lilverware. f;

has taught In the Homestead High for a number of state camp W .

School for the past three yean meetings, and he has proved himself .i.

The bridegroom U also an Instructor a capable and worthy minister -

in the local high school ," Mr. Dodson said. We are I

He expects however, Jo pratice glad to have him with us for this I COOKING jI.j

law in Dade County. meeting which we expect will last

"Mr. and Mn. Robert Rutland, two week Fresh,",vegetable and meats ,

Charles Caret and Miss Ethel Pen- "A number of vital subjects "Florida Growers Know retain their original flavors. 4

< nlngton Mia Lola Nixon, Wesal which concern every IndividualIn .

1 Pennlngton, Roy Nixon and Miss the community will be preached What Armour's Will Do""Foe Make better coffee.
.
Jennie Pennlngton spent Christmas on. No doubt you have wondered p

with Mr. and Mn. Roe Snell. about the teaching of Cod' 1

Right after dinner Mr. and Mr*. I word on theee line If you like nor than forty seasons we've been using

Robert Rutland took Roy Nixon I to hear the Gospel preached come Armour' in Florid*- and there isn't any question i inmost ; :SeldbyRedland !

hy and Miss Jennie Peaniagton to to these service A hearty welcome
I minds that It' the fertilizer stick with.
Miami where they were married in await you." our to

the courthouse, returning to Homestead "And I expect a big part of the reason' i II the way the "
on Monday. "
r -"M. W. Campbell met with Smith: "Don't Net Always you enjoy listening Armour men first study our crop need, end then Appliance r

quit a serious accident Christmas to the honk of the wild goose?" nuke a fertilizer to fit. So h'. natural enough that Its ,
Krome Av.. Homestead
night A. skyrocket exploded : Jones: "Not when he's driving we get'remits year after year.**

j burning one of his eyes badly." an automobile."-Ex.

See M for the Amour Fertiliser best suited for

Florid citrns p.Ute a. tomatoes, eggplant squash I

INDIVIDUAL SCHOOL broccoli. IAgent i '/'

o

For ONE OR MORE Individuals. desiring tutoring I* special : BEE DEE SUPPLY COMPANY '

branches la the day or by the hour: or EVENING CLASSES I Field Representative O. M. Frlck ONLY

times a week t hours each, studying practical subjects fr MONKEY
Armour FertUlner Work Warehouseman: Roy R. Nixon, Jr. i JUNGLE

'I'J CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONSand ) IN U.S.;

b..blellllt. under a teacher ef long successful experience and

neeouueiidei by pros .... ediKaton. TERMS REASONABLE Armour Ftt'dliterVorkt rJache6mdlia. Halmos Drive west

NATHANIEL & STAIRS. 1'1I.11. '1.. at Naranjo Read

II'N. W. 4U8lr*'t UoamUad. Fla ADMISSION IN ,



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"l Friday, January 1, 1937 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace: Seven

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<, the Dollar Saving Bank, tn New Monday MIA Potter planned to la-law and lister Mr. and Mr*.
York City, has bought a grove near top in Titusville to visit friends Paul Haley.
Silver Palm drive oa Tennesseeroad on her way bom

In and Around and I II serving as teller In the Mr. .tdrty* Cheater Hunter <,f
First( National Bank of Homestead Mr. and Mr*. Rely Chandler entertained Sou.Uk Miftjrl, Mr. and Mrs. Harry

this winter. Sunday Mr*. Chandler$ HrtMer .nd.Percy Hunter of Miami

parents,.Mr and Mr*. P. A. Kingsourv and Mr. Ida Flowers of Miami i-
Homestead btr t'hlvri, Rukr, taken of Uleta, who had com to MM Beach were recent guest of
.. fewest grandson, James L e-: Mr*. JT K Scott .
-I. I Dade andler. who WM born Dec.

for i t Chandler's brother-la-law Mr. and Mra Jack Cohernourof
,
,, and Mr*. Stacy Hawkins ande with Mr. Parker's brother, W. SParker liter, Mr. and Mr. Edward Lewtoburg. W. Va.. are spending
Hawkin sister, Mia Mable Paas also of Uleta, accompanied a two-week vacation viiitlng

*,were to return to Gainei- n [nd Mr*. Klngsbury Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd CohernourMr. .
Thursday of this week after Mia Grace Walker of Coral I tiorudaug [tier Hater Miss Lucille

\ illng In Homestead and Miami Gable arrived Wednesday evening Illei of Coral Gables, and H. and Mr. Wm, E. Birdwv
or 4 week. Miss Williams I* a'tudent to spend the rest of the week Aloe at Miami spent the week-end and Mr. and Mr Leonard Freeman -
at Florida State College a. the guest of her cousin, Miss bank Chandler home. arrived Thursday from Con-

at Tallahassee and will Eunice Walker Carol Walker Ki week ly Geronimo will leave this. necticut to spend the winter here.

,, there at the close of the visiting at the home of her uncle for Riverside Military Acad- BrJnton
oliday vacation.Mr. and aunt in Coral Gable Eder In Hollywood. Wm. F and Arthur
!
'fj Is Brinton of Weitetiester, Pa, were

::' and Mrs. Harry :E. Cooper MIn Rose Rodgers of Tallahassee -, cidersBeac day \ .at the home of recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. E.

', are announcing the birth of a nlne- Is spending her Christmas and Mr*. M. Silverman In- Fonyth.Dr. .
ind-a-half-pound; girl Janet vacation with her aunt Mr Eva' I Mr. and Mr*. S. D. Biihoff

':llama Cooper, born Dec. 24 at Collln, and her cousin Tommy' Ed Islington, D. C., Mr. and Mr, and Mr*. S. S. Shield were

',-.Unlver lty hospital Coral Gable ColUn Other visitor at the Collins afterparer fisher of Lot Angeles, Ben- Friday guest of their son anddaughterlnlaV

'else baby I* every bit a* healthy home on Christmas eve and Silverman of Brooklyn, S. ,', Mr. and Mrs. S.Shield .
kips
iu her weight indicate and the Christmas day were Mr. and Mrs. i I .isbuck of Miami Mr. and of Miami!?

mother, after a relapse Tuesday, Archibald Cypher of Newark, N. am Silverman and children
it reported to be "doing as well as J., who are spending the winter In'I Ro aml.MrandMrs.S.S.SiI- Mr*. E. J. Rhode and Mr. and
: vlaltlbeen In and of Miami Mr P. S. Bowman
could be expected." Wm. Ewing Fort Lauderdale.Mr. ion and Mr. are visiting
star, :\In. Eddie SUverman of this week with Mr. M, D. Ingram
i KM been substituting for Mr. Coop.
: rural and Mr*. Albert DriiklU of li Beach. in Miami.R. .
mall carrier
vertu| .for the
',fe past few day*. Lakeland and their family pent
v Christmas with Olll Kennett Dr. is Emily Bushea left Mondayr N. Parker returned last Wednesday
--
,
K Miss Laura Ewing, dean of wo- and Mr*. S. E. Lindley and fam- for | home In Buford, Ga., after from Dover, Del, where

pten at Topeka High School who ily of Sullivan 111, and Dr. Lindley' home lal.the.hame.oj fegr bjrot&egr: 1, he spent the summer.
MCE en was confined to
his home
,\ been brother son-in-law and daughter,:
bas visiting her and with Influenza
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marks of Hollywood -' from Thursday until
sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
'
Sunday when he
went back to
Ewing, win leave for her home ,were his guests Sunday.! worhj at Vero Beach.

Friday. Miss Ewing was a teach.
er of Mr*. J. B. Tower when the Mr. and Mrs George Danforth Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schneider Graduateof
and their daughter, Eleanor, who Every
latter wa a student at Topeka will
have been visiting Mr*. Danforth'i arrive Monday to reopen their
High School.B. house on Eighth street Mr.
; brother andd slater-ln-law, Mr.
and Mr*. Henry Carter, left for ,Schneider has been employed in
B. F Eaterlln and her son, the
'if.i"' their home In Sioux Fall S. D. I Philadelphia navy yard for
,
.
I E. Easterlln, of Americus, Ga, Monday. Mr*. Carter accompanied I the past year or two but accordIng our Secretarial Course is
'arrived in Homestead Monday to to
word received by friends
them far Bok TowerIn
a* a*
spend the winter with Mrs Easters Lake Wale and returned the they are returning to make this
sister, Mrs Guzzle Joiner of I their permanent home.
next ,
the Seminole Hotel Mr. Easterlln: day Thoroughly Qualified

;. '111 be desk clerk at the hotel this Preston Bird Jr., Is spendingthe
N. T. McCourtney wa taken to
: ,WInter. Mrs S A. Wesson, sister- holiday with relative in Way-
the Post Graduate hospital Wednesday -
In-hw of Mr*. Joiner, was expected cross, Ca.
suffering from high blood
to arrive Thursday night fromTlffcm AFLORIDA to fill such positions .
pressure. ,. ,,, a* '
Ga., In company with Mr. "
CITY'
and Mr*. Malcolm Peterson and Edwin underwent;; an appendicitis -

her daughter, Jane of that city operation in Jackson Mr*. W. W. every, Correspondent CIVIL SERVICE
SEMLEXECUTIVE
SECRETARIAL
tin. Wesson Mlso will spend the Memorial hospital Dec. 24. IAlton -

whiter with Mrs.Joiner.The Peter- Whitehead taken to
ion* will return home after a visit Mr Madia Butler of Homestead wa '
of several days. ,W P. A. nurse of the territory a local hospital Monday after he ACCOUNTING AND REPORTINGWe
from Silver Palm to South had suffered a broken leg in a

j \rthur'Tacker who 1* a IOPho-l Miami entertained her son, Harold tractor accident.

more at Yale University of Jacksonville and his wife Harold Deits and Roy Nelll returned

Haven, Conn., I* pending the on.Dec. 23, 24 and 25 Sunday from a business Claim No Monopoly on Govern-

holidays with his uncle and aunt Mrs. Kelsey Gardner of Washington trip to Wlnston-Salem, N. C.
Mr. and Mr*. J. M. Holferty, laSouth D. C. and her John Mrs. H. F Potter entertainedover
son,
Allapattah Garden Kelsey, are visiting Mrs. Gard- the holidays a granddaughter ment Positions...No School Can

'iMn. Annie Jones; ; and her two ner1 parent, Mr. and Mr*. H H. Miss Catherine Potter of North
the
for
Haven Conn. who left
&uChten.Misses Gladys and Ruth, Ewing, while Mr. Gardner I* on a North,Friday,and a son, Horace See your postmaster or write Washington if
business in the West
and her con, Howard plan to leave trip Potter of North Haven, former

today for their bqme In Aberdeen Robert Felton former teller of Florida City re.ldenwbo left interested.If .
Mis*., after pending a week with
Mr and Mr*. V, L. Harris.


t sore Vernon arrived Buckingham Saturday" of to Baltl spend 1 Better Results we do not place you in a position we will give

Bio winter with his brother-in-law back
you your money.
And sister, Mi1, and Mr Geo. W. AlwaysEAL-
Turner Jr. -
----
,1t Clyde Donald of Bedford Va., J JI Many call for help ranging over $23.00 a neck
,.' who arrived last week will open I -

,.;a tomato canning factory toon. I we hate not been able to supply.We .
'Dillr
:JI7 '
Mr. and Mr*. O. B. Parker returned -
Monday night from Indian- I (J'--
town where they spent Christmas would be pleased to assist you in planningyour
Whenever and wherever fertiliser" h
Ii' future
needed, there's an IDEAL Brand to do the ,

work and de K perfectly, sueeewfal -
CARE

graven say. HOMESTEAD BUSINESS COLLEGECLEAN
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I :., ,-f/i and Beauty Oar Seminal. Wtettble Special and
'
r", 'j Mantanew Mixture are producing exeep-
True beauty demands
the best of care at all I ....a1 result for local growers right DOW.i .

'I' time wish .a wave Whether, a facial you, i I Use them for better yield and .ullty.WILSOV and WHITEN TEETHwith
Calox, the Oxygen tooth powder which
of
a manicure, or
any I oil TOOMER FERTILIZER -Sr ptnetrates to the hidden crevices between the
the other essential aids tetth. Pleasant Refreshing Protect the gum
to beauty, you'll find COMTA\T and I* economical to ....
the skilled operator *t
I
P..'' Beauty Parlor Jacksonville, Florid TRY CALOX AT OUR EXPENSEWhat

ready to serve )'ouqlicklj' e .--.ewer Colors will do for yoar teeth I* stilly
at any time.OreiolfMle. I demonstrated by yon In your own home it our
Y eipena Simply fill In the coupes with yoursum

I Milter T.Mercer,Manager
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spiral and .. will
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and address and mall It te Yon
r ,Combination Coral Gable Branch receive tbiolatilrre a toot can ol CALOXTOOTH
PERMANENT WAVES I POWDER, the powder nor and
e more people are using every dsy.
Paces $5 $6, $7 I 0 FREE TRIAL COUPON
Full Stock Carried bye
: [ McKesson a ROUINS Ira, Fairfield, c..... .
I PAT'SBEAUTY'PARLOR ROBERT S. DUNN Send *M a M. tJ trial *l CALOX TOOTH POTDIB af as*.|.. UHM.
I will. it.News' ; .
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Eight m THE LEADEB...ENTERPIUSm. Friday January 1, 11mI






!t .I Social Events in South Dade ]





I t MISS JENNIE TOWER BECOMES BRIDE DINNER- DANCE AT COUNTRY CLUB MARKS "


I OF ROBERT McLEROY--ON CHRISTMAS DAYA I MISS MARGARET BERGER'S BIRTHDAY" I


Christmas wedding was that wedding cake decorated with pink Dr and Mr*. M. A, Berger gave Mr*. Berger wa assisted by Mrt.
of Mill Jennie Phillip Tower,rosebud and a large fruit cake a dinner dance at the Homestead S. S. Horton.

daughter of Dr, Met Mr*. John The bride, a popular member of '
Country Club Thursday night Of Present beside those named
BaUd Tower and Robert Sila 'one* of the district' meet prom-
.last week In honor of the six were: Misses Iva and NIna Dyat
McLerey .f Miami+ which took anent famlllei, we bone in the
place at three tlock lit Christmas house In which she was married. teenth birthday anniversary of Mist Mosley Sever, Miss.. Cecelia
Harper, Mill Jane
Keeley Mia
day la the living room of the She wa graduated from. Homestead their daughter, Margaret Marcie Gauzens, MiA
Tower horn on North Kreme' High School In 1931 and tram Henrietta
I Christmas decoration of white Hartman, Miss Alta Webster, MiA
avenue'In the pretence of member the Walsh School of Business
of the family. I Science In 11311. At present she red and green Cower were placed Dorothy Sykei, Mill Wlllella Bul-
lard, Miss
Motor the table and Mary Adam. Billy Ge-
doU
to employed by the Murray on shaped lollypop -
Asparagus fern was draped over
ronimo John Walton, Jack Gatlin
the window and massed effective- Company of Miami were given a* favor Carl :Dedkn, Canon Malcolm,

t 1} about the Dying room and dining bridegroom 11 a son of Mr. Dancing and bunco were enjoy Pierre McDanlet, Theodore Frank-

room to form background for and Mr*. James Edward McLeroyot ed. Miss Jane Gatlin. and Archer Hn, Robert Gauzens, Robert Earl

Talisman ros**. There was also, of Athena, Ca. He I II I graduateof Smith won the high score prize Branch Harry Hall Clinton Bishop -

sparkling, Christmas tree whose Wlnterrdto High School and, and Mill Nina Pearl Bush won the Emory Bearing and Martin
gift were all for the bride and I ha lived) for two yean In Miami floating prize. Bishop
bridegroom.The where lie I II employed by the MI-

Rev. C. N. Walker who ami Tribune. U. FrIck won the low score prize I quickly mixed with small tum-

performed the ceremony used the I i They win live at 1479 West Mr and Mr*. Hawkins were given bler of wild grape Jelly, served

ring service. Mill Ruth Tower, I Plaster street, Miami. a table lamp aa a guest price. I with rice, I* delicious. Cold chicken -
younger sister. ot th* bride, wa* r Present besides those who took Those present were; Dr. and Mrv and turkey put into the remain

maid of. honor and Douglas Tower I part In the ceremony weN Dr. H. S. Wolfe Mr. and Mrs. Frank of the gravy with left-over vegetables -

their brother, WM the best man. ,and Mr*. Tower Mr, and ltrI. Webb, Mr and Mr. V. J. Clark and baked In a caserola to
The bride wore white crepe :Henry DuBois. of Jupiter" hd their IMr. and Mrs. U. L. Cook. Mr. and a bubble stage 1* welt worth I try.

street suit with navy blue accessories children. Marion Arthur and M*. AND MRS. HAWKINS ,: J. E. Cauzens, Mi. and Mrs. The left-over
and a corsage of Talisman Alden; Mr. and Mr*. Guy Vinson ARK HONORED a\T FRIENDS IJ'tklt.1I4r. and Mrs.: Wakelield.Dr. turkey in' cream
sauce or gravy topped With hotbiscuits
roiebud of Miami and their daughter, Mary Mr. and Mr*. Stacy Hawkins of earl Mrs. Ruehle, Dr. and Mr*. might be termed a "tur

Before the ceremony Mr*.I>Jane; Ml and Mr Wilford Snare Galnnvllla who lived In Homestead -! Hauiman and Mrs Ruth 1. Scott !key pie". Suppose we serve turkey
.'' of Miami and Mr. and Mr John
Walker sang "I Low You Tnlb'Two ; until last spring were guests ,--..--..-...-....-- pie. U so, make a rich biscuit
cake wet cut, I tw.41er Tower. Jr., and John Tower I1L of honor at a pot-hick supper at I dough roll out to 3-4 inch thick..
Hints
to Housewives
n- the home of Mr, and Mr*. C HSteftanl nest and cut with small biscuit cut-

FAMILY REUNION IS HELD stead High School and the class I Monday night Bridge was ,----,- :ter and bake in.I hot oven While

AT MIL L T. NIXON'S HOME sponsor, Mrs. Ruth 1. Scott, hat played and high score prize were''I Despite the disparaging remarks the biscuits are baking, brown a
reunion held at t Invited tht boy of the clan to a won by Mr*. Frank Hauiman and, about turkey hash It really maybe halt cup of celery in two tablespoons '
,A family was progresses cupper which will begin Dr. Ceo. ltu hle. Mr. and Mr. Ceo one of the best dishes In the butter. Make a cream sauce I
the home of Mr*. I. T. Nixon on
at 7 o'clock Friday evening at I'I I world. Turkey gravy, rich and by blending one cup of milk with
.
Christmas, and all of Mr* Nlxon'lchildren
....... .
and 1'1'P..ftienL the horn et Mia Ruth Tower. brown, can belied with the hash, two tablespoon butter and twotablespoons
grandchildren '
tint The Calendar although must be taken ot flour. Cook I
The room were attraetely The club met for the time I care that until
decorated with white and since the summer vacation at a the hash ot the right consistencyto thickened, then add the celery end I

H1 gladioli and fern I waffle supper at Mrs. Scott's home Jan Beginning of G. T. Club I brown. Seasoning may vary: turkey, salt and pepper, and heat "I'
In Ponce da Leon Tuesday evening progressive upper at 7 p. m. at a Chopped green pepper, Worcestershire together thoroughly. Serve on. the '
Cover laid for Mr .
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M ; MrL and Mr Roy Nixon K"iX-1. ,Those present were: Mr*. R. H. I I the home of Mia Ruth Tower. ,' catsup. and aalt and pepper hot biscuitMiss ,,' j
Darting, Miss Fern Robertson, Mia Jan Meeting of Garden Clubat of course. Potato .added to
Bert Marian
ildrwi Lllburn 'I
cj Payne Alumnae
Mary Moon Mine Marjorle Sullivan Dunlop home In Silver Palm. turkey hash are delicious. Blend on
ni d Virginia; Mr. and Mrs. J. M.1 1i
rvrte and children, James, Edna Miss Lot Walker, Miss Virginia Jars 4-Buitlnes meeting of Ju- with a little butter. and gravy, Building Committee I

sad Bony; Mr andd Mr*. Richard Hodge Miss Jean Parman nior Woman' Club of Homestead i spread on a well-greased pan to
i diln ot South Miami Mr. and Mr II Miss Ruth Tower:, Mia Annie Mac in clubhouse at 7.30; p. m. brown and then fold like! aa ome- Tallahassee, Dec U- Appointment -

Herbert Hunter of Florida City and Booth Mb Leola Little, Min Peggy Jan. 5-Raia or Shine Club lette.A. i of more than 100 students
with Mr Lee Lehman. can ot tomato sauce may be and alumnae of
tapir" children. Mil Constance and Edward, I guest, and the hos meeting H. Florida College to
Hfolton Mr Hazel Van Andall of tess. Jan. C-W. M. .U. circle meeting heated and served with tile hash,! assist with plan to obtain a *tulentalumna
; and garnish of fruit celery, and .
i building at the colgf
and her children Lola Lee,
J' aid Jan Presbyterian Woman's pickle add to the slsh. Baked le have been announced.
Hugh Jt.; Mr. Md Mrs. Wtt CAM CLOCDMON1 SOTS I
I Auxiliary meeting.Jan. banana, apple, or pear all go Some 80 student will present
Ladlam of Went Mitt
son Key ; ATTEND ANNUAL BANQUET
11--Redland District Ministerial nicely with the hash and are easily the needs for the proposed student-
Ethel Nixon: and Me and 1141'1.JGhn I
The annual banquet for the boy Association pot hick hutch- prepared. alumnae building to Florida citizens -
Sealey and their daughter,
who attend Camp Cloudmont near eon meeting In First Baptist Cold turkey or chicken stuffing, during the Christmas holidays I
and James whowin
Evelyn Draggers,
Mentone Ala., wa held at the ,Church Sunday school building at fried crisply brown may be served which began Friday, Dee. It.
guests.MISS I Flamingo Hotel fat Miami Beach 1149.: with scrambled eggs, or with Alumnae appointed will serve

Tuesday night L. B. Sommen one I Jan. -Pot hick supper meetIng any well-liked breakfast or supper on a state finance committee working -
ONNIE: MYERS ,of the proprietor of the camp, of Homestead Business and dish. with the general finance com-

t dins DINNER PARTY Theodore Franklin Edwin Law- Professional Women' Club at Turkey er chicken cut up and mittee to secure the building whichIt I

JMIa Bonnie Belle Myen entertained rence and John and Billy Walton home of Mr*. C. L. Ooley at 8:30'jan. served with a cream sauce or tomato .* estimated would cost approximately

at a chop luey dinner at attended from Homestead. Jim p ra or both, which may also In- $200,000.
r h r.ome la Florida City Wed.ratsday f and Bert Wheeler of Orlando whohave > 1J-W. M. IT. meeting la elude pimiento chopped ripe olivesor Miss Elinor Payne, Homestead

evening The table -decoration been visiting BillY Walton n u First Baptist Church. mall cube of vegetable,make alumna *t the college, ha been.

were In Christmas color also attended: the banquet r Jan l4-Woodmen's Circle Installation a tasty supper dish. Cold chickenor I named on the association state finance
'Scover were laid for Miss Ron Allen, alligator and snake services. turkey, auted In butter and I committee. .t
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uVers. Mia Elizabeth Skill. MiA -
tertaituneot. pent Wednesday
qtraldtneReitx.. Mia Joan KeUlutn
with Mr. Sommer here.
of Miami. Dennis Carter and I
Din Livingston of Columbia. S. C II

John Hutto of Alabama and Law- YOUNG PEOPLES' UNION I .

Wpm Henry of Oklahoma. HAS CAROLING PARTY
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Monopoly and dancing were enduring About 1wt1- ".* yeosig people .. "
joyed the evening. of the Redland District went on I .... ..
the Redland District Yew* Pao- .' : e aia.\1tt-1vb
ple*' Union caroling party on '
4 T. CLUB TO HATEoOIIESSIYL : Christmas eve. The group met '"; ,., ,:ftrl "UUi"'Uj .t.t. .

F SCmK: i .I the Baptist Quart and'went to J'- r

The O. T.Club, composed of the fcenee et elderly pen<. i. \t; "

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Largest Clam Bank in United States 1 HARPER CRASII ; agent railroad far before aM Flimkis he was transferred laM Coast LEGAL .NOTICES f"si; ;

It to take charge of the F E. C. station iv-THK ('IRCI'I, COURT or ) i 1a
To Be Conserved in Everglades Park 'Burn JIDIOUL riHTirr INANe I
i : here a position which he later FOB DAVIE ItllTNTl. fLOtlBA. :
1 (Continued From Page One) resigned to become a produce 1. C.MCU: NO. 4TO41W .
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which leads south from
(Continued from Page 1) vicinity, this bank has stood the the broker. L Y. VORTiuIRN Defendant.DIVORCR .
{ Tropical Park the '
vicinity
put Graduated from Homestead
pounding of storms. I
tool They sat there, day after sorry to say many that from letter am I county stockade and joins the ': High School in IMS, Mae Harperwas Too 1ITHa._I. M. VORTIOIERN C.- ,t
UnkTon
Uy, and fed upon these fruits of Homestead highway north of an honor student throughout iMMfcr required fat fcppnnr ,
have received and remark I have u7tu.r !
CoBBklnl tor VMM flMmlMt .
No doubt, Indiana
were dall.
the tea heard, I doubt very much If this. bet high school career here and you the nbov etirM ma" wi
attracted from afar by the great tae but day JO February, A. D. .. xlwrwk '
The crash occurred at the Ken-I continued this brilliant record by
clam bank
receive great
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of ihell-fiah available In a very UM .....t.... ., MM BOi will a.
quantity section of Sunset road and honor student at college. '
deal of tender attention os the part being an Ukn H mtmtmi by fMTkto
.< pile of the filet and mosquitoes. of our shell Hah commissioner.This way toed. The ambulance She wi a leader In church and LUP&R.l seder f'naPRJa.to to.. ,..01,....---1004. In 1M, '

In digging In these shell heaps clam bank: I* located near the Joseph P. McGhan Funeral Sunday school work both in Homestead PLr/d.6 far tour .a.eotlw ...b., '
skulls and other human bone* rattle the Ten Thousand Island This is, Home wa traveling east on Sunset and Tallahassee. In the college left.ted the loth dy .t D..e.b... A. Do

out. Shell heaps have always a feature of this section equal ia, road, returning to Miami after city she wa president of the C. L LIAT.EltIlAJoI. \

been in favor with primitive interest to Ole clam bank. This having taken a patient to the Dad student Bible class at the First ice Ct 10011 Clerk 01 w dealt Qoot1 I,

peoples for burial ground These archipelago ia called the Tea County hospital. Baptist Church. She had lived ay M. 1"1FT. 00p00tJi' CIorII. :

shell heap formed the highest Thousand Islands, but they have I I Mist Harper was killed ta Homestead sine she was three CARR Sotlrtton a CARR for rklntnf. I
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land. Covering a body with shell never been counted. Their number ly. Her father who was year old.Besides. De..asla.a..aaIlkItLIatl.
was easier than digging graves In could only: be estimated by -I(suffered a fracture at the tnataat-I her parent she leave
North Africa there is a tribe that !I study of aeroplane photograph the aku1L a later, Cecelia,a student at Home I IiJ

lived almost entirely on snails and i They are alike and some of them stead High School
Nearby resident who heard the
they used these shell heaps for I will grow together some day. I I 1d
crash telephoned the Dade County I
burial grounds. Up the state have often thought that there 1* iJ
there are Immense beds of the I probably a connection between hospital only a few miles away 1 Epworth League: Group

shells of a small round mullusk these Islands and this great clam I; and a Turner Funeral Home ambulance Organized in Princeton

These shells have been extensively bank. As I have previously hint- which had arrived from I I
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Homestead short time before.
used In the past for road epn- ed, may be the plankton that feeds a I
wa rushed to the scene. Mr. Har' Aa Epworth League wa organized -
'atruction. The famous coquina these dams breeds in these countless a
I In the Princeton MethodlitChurch
per was unconscious when taken
rock of the East Coast Is a conglomerate mangrove Island I
last Sunday evening after
to the hospital and had not regained
of shells. In fact, shells Sometime
ago, in company with
the church service by Leo Peyser
consciousness at 0 o'clock Wed-
have played an important part in Roy Nash and Chas. Simpson, we
who had filled the pulpit.
nesday night Hospital attendants
the formation of Florida. explored all these river in a I .
called by long distance telephonesaid Wm. Campbell was elected president
I The famous wampum or money small boat for the Bureau of Indian that his condition pronounced ; Robert Fisher, vicepresident I
consisted of shell and I have often Affairs, to determine the
Mrs. C H.
a* critical Monday night, wa i ; Thompson secretary GeneralPublic
thought how comparatively rich character of the SemInole Indiana.I unchanged. ; Mill Gwendolyn Campbell -
the Indians of Florida might have It to the easiest place to get lost assistant secretary; Kill
been. There are millions of in and stay: lost that I have ever Mr Harper, prostrated by the treasurer MiaMII'1 Utilities
Mary Thompson
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shells on West Coast beaches with seen. It Is ideal a* a hiding place news of the accident to herself ina devotional leader
holes already "worn by the grinding for' pirate and renegade and baa serious condition the beets of Miss Fisher Harkness recreation;
Shirley ,
of the waves. The shell wampum -, been, and I* still, DO doubt, used I her sister, Mr W. E. Lewis en'I al leader; and Mr*. J. T. Mlaell, Homestead none IIS-M
N. W. Sixth street. She was not
was made mostly from the for that purpose. Any man who counselor.
common clam, although several would try to develop that region expected to be able to attend the I(

kinds of shells were used. The from a real estate standpoint ought funeral of her daughter I

e. clam still retains in many sections not be Jailed. He should be put In The driver of the McGhan ambulance

the old Indian name of quahog. I an .Jnllne asylum and kept there Lloyd Kroll :24. and his
have been told that these Florida for his own, as well as others' bene- assistant William Brown. 25, suffered
clams have been sold under this cuts and bruise Edward

I'' name. This wampum consisted fit.These. many bland, these banks Yeomaiu, Miami mechanic, whose
,s of shell beads oil a string and it of raccoon oysters, and above all wife and infant lOa the ambulancehad
tt required much time and skill in this great clam bank, should be just transferred from Jackson

lilt R its manufacture. The value de- preserved forever as the home of Memorial Hospital to the County

pended upon color and the qualityof many wild creatures of both land Hospital, was a passenger returnIng -
t, workmanship. These beads and sea. This great clam bank with Kroll and Brown. H*
,,1 were often very mail. They were wing a mile or more off shore sustained slight injuries to his left
'I bored and polished and must have should be carefully preserved knee I y 1 ;

', been held in vices of wood. These Yielding clams -for sale only in Former schoolmates of Miss n 1
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were really used as money and proJ"rtiothelr rate of multipll-- Harper-Bobby Caves, John Frederick -' is f

-:1 a monograph has been written on I cation. Forestry, of course, has Edwin Lawrence, James! l
"Indian Money a* a Factor in New little to do with clam banks but Redd, Dukes West, and John Mof- t .t
England Civilization." It was used the subject ia far reaching and if fett-were chosen as her pan bear 7 e f .
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also by the white on both the the food for these clam come era

Atlantic and Pacific coast In from the** forest swamps there Is, Min Harper was born In Per-I:11
Carolina the word roanolc meant! after an a connection. U this clam rine where her father was station
hell money. bank wa In southern Californiaor i
I part of the so-called civilized LEGAL NOTICENOTICE I
Just a* gold 1 11 merely a measure any :
of work, so were these shell beads world it would be made I MAY 1937 BRING TO YOU HEALTH
Or APPLICATION TO* TAX ,
much of and be much talked about
They were the coins of the Indians DFRD.RUU .
Pelts were used! in trade I and carefully guarded and pro- < Bill N.. IIS I
NOTICE 1S HKREBY GIVEN tbd
s but this was barter. These : tected. WILLIAM i. KEHL, holder of SUM and HAPPINESS AND
Count Tu C.rtlfirte No. lta.a k.wth .<
shell beads were real fnoney. I have
i GIVE CHRISTMAS PROGRAM llh tH ol A...... A. U IMS. ku filed
no doubt but that early days .. .
tl. In MM In ml 011. and tin soda tiwlH SUCCESS
a the beads worn to { such extent Th* young people of the Homestead fw a an.d to he Mawd. _. 4 ..t '
Saw CWtIl..... ."_ the felle.aede.arir.d
f f around the necks of Indian women !' Church of the Nazarene gave promt In kto Omtf *f D**,'
were really shell b ads and rep- this cantata, "While Shepherds gut: Florid. to-wit: I
S-IO. Block I. Grenada (Irani
resented the wealth1tof the family. Watched", to a large audience at No t, n aubdn. Pint Book II. ..... ,
"I Even to this day tfie saving of the Homestead Church of the ST. Ill.tin Count ol Dada. sate atFtorMa. ', i

I many peoples are Represented by Nazarene on Christmas night. TIM MMMnwnt or uld BKMrtr MOOT
l gold and silver ornament worn The Junior department gave t'"* MM corttrmu lamed vas to U. HUM'

by the females of the family. recitations, dialogues, tongs and oft.UNKNOWN MM .rwirt..if: to M Awed'

t This great bank of living clams Scriptural quotation sheer_rOne vfll to U...MM. the M property tIw n.W.4Mrrlb bidder.4 Brooker Lumber Co.

on the West Coast of Florida is nt the Courthouse tour on tb|, lint Hon. ,
New It Can Be Done day In tko lath of FoIt'....... KSI vhknk
really a precious possession and
) MM lit ..., of r.braary, ISIT Phone 62
should by all means be protected "Daddy do they raise political D.t.d this recd d., of Dnwnkw.. 111*I IE.
from depletion. Aside from its plums from seeds?" 'I B. LEATMCRMAN.of Clmtt Court. j I ICkrk

value aa a living natural resource "No; political plums are sometimes D.... c..OI7 riorldn.DM. .l

It la of great scientific Interest. the result of a clever bit of I Clenit Com tab 1001.. e. ETICEttiTT. D.

Only the oldest and biggest clams grafting."Ex. ( M. .IN,""*. 1. S. H.S1.1MTI. C.\\ .
should be removed and great care
and supervision should Se exercised r i

to see to it that no Moore in 'i

quantity be removed.' coastl- HARRY'S- WELDING .,SHOP

tutu'actua growth from year to Our 4
Best
:year. PRINCETON FLA.

+ W* .actually posses the largest t
bank of clams for North AmerIca. w IW rortabl Clectrie and Acetylene Welding ea Cylinder Black.

y if not In the whole vmM, and,the Cyllader Heads, Alimiaom Castings ..4 tollers.AatoatattT .

only bank of any consequence in Wishes !I MacMa aUp rinc-CUerUf ia antes la auUabeerlsni
the South. ,For this U
tc reason, \
passing Said kind naming, connecting rod vowing
for none other we should watch /
s';: over it with assiduous care. Like and batiavl and eyllader berlag

: f the great mangrove wall in Its i for Z : EXPERT WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED


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r- N. Uth street; the Hev B L Nelson '


1cthed I I! 10 ,a. minister m ; preaching Bible at school 11 a. m.at : I


h.ul'chesI-I and at 8 p.7 m.p. m.er1RiTUALiST Young. people. meeting -| CLASSIFIED ADS I !i Jj JjI


TRUTH TkMPLK OF RATE: lint Insertion 10* a a line lint, subsequent tiuwttem5f .


t BAPTIST CHURCH Juniors meeting at 8:30 p. m ,

Prayer meeting Wednesday evenIng Homestead branch of Miami
s, HomMtead--The Rely C N. 7:30: p. m. Spiritualist Temple of Truth in I I FOR RENT 1 1I I I FOR SALE-Ripe orange, tangerinee 1

Walker pastor Sunday school at Woman Club 410 N. W. Eighth I grapefruit, fryers, eggs
W a. m. Preaching st 11 a. m. Princeton-the Rev. C. H Con- FOR RENT-Furnished apartment Dr. Shanklln Grove, H milt :

and 7.30: p. m.; BYJU at 1 p.m don, pastor Sunday school at A:43; 1 avenue. Mens Bible class 7 and I ill convaaienoes, reason- I WIlt of Florida City. vo30-tf) \ I
at 19
people's lyceum :
young
p.
Prayer service Wednesday at preaching at 10:45: a, m. and T::301 '
m.; healing by Dr. J. Carl Hobson R. L RED FR YXRS Live dr.
or Md. -
TJOp. en.Jan. p m. Junior meeting at 6:30; young 1
'r people meeting at 130: Prayer' at T:41; lecture and message* at I preferred.I Free delivery In city Phone ,

"I Morning sermon: meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. '::80.I 53S-M McEwen Poultry Plant

"Spiritual Food". The Lord FOR RENT-4 room apartment, I I

Sapper will be observed at EPISCOPAL 'I Mn Peter Johnson, N. W. Itth :I' GUAVA JUICE $1 per ."Uon. :

of service and all mem I St., Ponce De Leon subdivision Jungle Grove, Redland
i' close 8t John's-S. E. Second avenue All You Want I i'I
i'ben of Church are urged to and Fourth street, llomesUad. (J 1 tf) FOR SALE Guavas 9c lb., only ,

start the new year right by Sunday school at 141: a. m.; to Eat : In small quantities Jungle .
going to church. 'Call upon Young People's Service League at FOR SALE I Grove Redland. II

? ne In the day of trouble; I ,
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OSOp: 1&EVASGEUOAL
t wUVdelhrrr thee.. and thouF 50cOur : FOB IAI" RtMUiiMl pony and I I CAHISSAS. lOc qt. CUTTINGS

shalt glorify me" ..I sm your LUTHERAN addle M. A. Berger, Hume and SMALL PLANTS for sabUn h t

sure Almighty Friend WhoJovllll' family style meal are : .ad. O j 1 tf) !I OM W. Kosel Jungle
SL John's Redland the Rev.
; Grove Redland road and Plum-
loves to Ue end
you ; served with home folk especially
Geo. M. Path, pastor Sunday FOR SALE: Dt lag electric light
I'm ever near you, and will .
school each Sunday at 10 a. m in mind. and water outfit, complete. In I i GLADIOLUS BULBS Plcardy,

show my" grace sufficient I* English service on second Sundayof fine running order W. Dunlop, I the most spectacular and mOlt TI

for you. each month st 3 p. m and Crcr- Yen serve yourself from Silver Palm drive at Naranja I beautiful gladiolus ever produced t tI

Evening" sermon: "RejectingJesus. non service on fourth Sunday at I II heaped op platters of meat and road. (pd 26) Flash to salmon pink color. ,

p. In. I a generous variety of vegetable. ; Va.oroull\'Ower and well adapt !
Commencing Jan. 1 themembers FOR SALE Citron, fresh or pre- I ed to Florida conditions. Highest

are asked to read METHODIST EPISCOPAL cooked good old southern style. served. Tropical tomato mincemeat quality bulbs, large site $2.2J

through the Bible during 1937. Florida City Community Church''I Dessert and Iced tea. er coffee and sandwich filling, Ios. per 100, medium size, $1.SO per ,

L> This east be don by reading cost nothing extra. 20c; plot 3Sc Calamondlns I 100, postpaid. Orders for shipment ; \
-th* Rev. C. O Nelson, pastor
three chapter a day. startingi Church small lots lOc qt Mrs Ceo W. by express not prepaid,
school at 10 a. m; preaching '
Genesis Job, and Matthew at 7:30: p. m. Midweek prayers Chicken Dinner $1.00 Kosel Jungle Grove.MAN'GO 'large size, $160 per 100 medium

leading a chapter a day InN I size $1.10 per hundred. No order
and Bible
study Wednesday at
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CHUTNEY or
three different books give a 7:30. an or. accepted for less than $2. Special -
wider variety .f Scripture SEMINOLE HOTEL tin a pInt. Jungle Grove. I prices per 1000. E. T. Draper

UiMfht Reports of chapter Redland Community Churchthe FOR SALE Cartons of six 24 I Boyklns, Va. II
read will be made each Weekat RV C 'Nelson I .
putor.1 DINING ROOM oz. sealed jars of Florida Tropical

prayer meeting Topic fee Church school it 10; prut jelly Especially packed for| MISCELLANEOUSI

discussion will be based oa the 11. Epworth League at 6:SM. Mid- gifts. Price $1.00. Mrs BerthaR.
bonks read. la subjects week and Bible study Mrs. Guests Joiner, Proprietor I
January prayers Edwards. Homestead, Route TUNING onto repairing

will be taken from Gen Thursday at 7.JOMETHODIST: 1, Redland Rd. (n 20 tf) Good used pluG for sale cheap.

.... They will be: Jan. (. "The I I II W. E.Keone115N.W.3rdSt.
EPISCOPAL LEGAL NOTICEIN
Creation of Uf.IIn. U "The : FOR SALE Chayotes 75c a

Origin of Sln| Jan. tl, "The SOUTH I doz; Chinese spinach 80 lb-;I REAL ESTATE
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Call of God"! Jan. 17, The White Stone Church-Homestead I THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE tree spinach 15c lb.; lemon :lie

Providence of God. ; the Rev. A. A. Koeslline, FLORIDA KLEVKNTH IN JUDICIAL AND FOR DADE CIRCUIT COUNTT UP.I dot; okra market price: cartoon REAL STATE-Tlto. who want

pastor Sunday school at 0:30 a. IN CHANtERY NO Mill Jelly Mrs. Geo. W. KoseU St. to buy or sell Redland District
Goulds-The Rev Noah Peterson Rum. H Iok.. plaintiff ... Lola WI1on II
I Dr. and Redland Rd.
m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and 1:30': HI...., nWondnnL Order for Publ. Plummer real estate will find up-to-date
pastor Sunday school at 10
p. m. Junior League at S:30 p. I :'tLroR listings In our office Many of I
a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and DIVORCE AND INJUNCTION: ORDER FOR PUBLICATION .
m.; Hi League nt S:45 p. m.; Senior It appearing or affidavit Mod. In the i IN THE tIRdIT' miRT EVKNTH then listings are still at subnormal -
l 7:31AmB.Y.P.U.at8:30p.m.Prayer: ; : League at 7 p. m. Prayer meetIng shoes styled cnuao that the defendant Loin JUDICIAL URUIT DAIIR COINTr i I prices We shall appreciate 1 1I
service at 7:30: p. m. Wednesday .: Wilson HI ha to n resident of i SUM other I Fl.ORIDA. IN CHAMERT CASE
at 7:30: m. Wednesday I I either your Inquiries or jI
p. I NO iTeUe
and
than tho BUM of Florida that tilt '
plan of _1<10... and mullion .4141..... I FRANCES ._IVER. Plaintiff. ... EDWARD I your listings, all of which will i J
Jan S Morning nMsagei of Alto said dofondant, Lola 'WUaon Hlekono J. MrlVER. Dol........ have our best attention Now Is '
t CATHOLIC the la known to BILL FOR DIVORCE
1 1 partk-nlarlr na annw In
'>,' Beyond the Horiion I special rare of Mr and Mr. J. H Wilson, Routo It appearing kr nffldnvtt appended to I the time to buy a W. Morris !
y l Church of the Sacred Heart- music by the choir Evening No. I. Nprinoflold Ruhartoon Count. the bill filed In the nhnvn sang enuaa thaiKUWARD now associated with H A Cam
T.._ and that then la no ooroon In : J. MclVKR. the Defendant
>8, E. Second avenue, Homestead; I message; report by pastor of tho auto of Florida. tho orrvleo ofummona a therein named to n non.reaMenl of the I eron, N W 1st St. In CitizensBank I Ii
Stanley Jones' messages In ehanoorr upon whom would fltnte of Florida. and his roatdenoi li un- BloI
presented : Phone 72
;the Rev. James Cloonan, pastor '' ,
there to In the
kind the M defendant ; It to therefore known that no porous i i
: ,Sunday msss at B a. m; week day : In Lakeland this week ORDERED that the laid non.mldentdefendant State of Fl.,rlda. the ...t.. of subpoena !
mass at 7:4} dally Sunday school Dr. Jones Is recognized a* the ho and aha la hereby required I I upon whom would bind inch Defendant on-l I WANTEDWANTED
to file with the Clerk of this Court a that be to over the MO of twentyonerenra
Sunday following t clock mass. : outstanding missionary In the written appoaranee (personally or hr ... 1I.I I. therefore ordered that aaldnonrealdrnt
Communion for women the first world today. tomor) In paid suit -. the tint Monday Defendant ko and ka to hereby Second hand Ice box,
In January H8T helm UM Ith tar of said required to appear to the Rill of BO Ibs Must be in good condition -
Sunday of month; for men and .month ... thereafter u> file with the plaint filed. In Mid oauaa on or c-I I
boys, the second Sunday of month. I Silver Palm Community Churchthe I. aid Clark .her written dofeuea, U any M.Midar. Ike tint day of '_17. and reasonble Mrs Eva
I Rev. IL G. Cowan pastor to the bill of complaint In said suit nl 1M1, otherwise the nllentlMia of laid bill Collins, Homectead. Federal
Holy hour Thursday before first the time prescribed. hr law. otherwise the I will bo take. an oonfumed kr said DoI .
I'rIdayof month at 7:45: m. Mass Sunday school every Sunday at 10 some shall ho taken na ronfoaaed and I fondant. highway and Biscayne drive.
p. a. m.; preaching services on first Judgment. entered na br default It to further I It la further ordered that this order ..
first Friday at 7:30: a. m. Bene- | week for .1
I published moo a four oaneeratriweek. WANTED 24-ln or 34-ln circular
third and
fifth at 11
diction of the Blessed Sacrament' Sundays a. ORDERED thai this order .bo published In the EADkH-ENTFRPRInE,
m, and 8V.in.Princeton..The. sore a week for four rontorutlvo woeln newspaper published' In saw County nnState cross-cut saw with or
..
after mass. In "..". .,.Enterprloo. n nawapnpar without arbor. J. R. Brooks,
published. In Dade ('"..t,. Florldn This fifth Daeemher, ISM
Rev. H. G
10CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Cowan DONE AND ORDKREU: al Miami, Dad.I E. R. LFATHKRMANClerk I Homestead,. Phone 78 (dll If) !
CHURCH pastor; the Rev L. .O. Adams, .Geary. riorida thin tko ant day nf Dooanv of Circuit Court
bar IMI Br r J, COULD Deputy Clerk.iCIrenH '
assistant school at LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE
Sunday
I Florida City-Broaaw.-y and pastor B B LEATHFRMAN.Clork Court Seal)
Sixth street 10 a. m. and preaching I at 11 everySunday of tho Clreult Court I CARR a CARR
Sunday school
at 7.30 1 In and for l>ad.> County. FlorldnBr Bolnmora for Plaintiff or APPLICATION FOR TAX I
J:48; s. m. for pupils under 20 years Preaching nt p. mon H. SWIFT Depute Clork. Uan I. I. II U. M) UKKI>
rgtiage, morning service at 11 first Sunday of month.METHODIST (True sent of Clreult I Court Boat) I CIIo..,. Rill No l.l>
BLACKWEI.L KNIGHT. IN THE COUNTY JIIM'I COURT I" NOTICE U HEREBY GIVEN that S. lLKK >.
... raatk. Wednesday evening services : FREE W. CUNTON'lC.tMN'.Mif'ant" 1 AND FOR DADR COCNTT FLOW: holder, of state and Cow* Too
which Include testimonials Br W. CLINTON GReco, of CntnoaL ; IIIA IN PROBATE. CortlfkaU No. tIM issued the led day ..4Auawt.
(Dee 4. II. is. It IM. Jan 1. ISM) t., ESTATE: OP ROBFRT 0 WIT A. D. llll ... filed' MOM In ny
'of healing and experiences and remarks Forlda City-Mrs. Ernest Warren II.LIAMB, ALIAS R. O. WILLIAM*. I. at,.... and has made appllrodon" ,.... a to< ,
on Christian Science, 8 p. pastor Sunday school Itaeeaeed. I dead to W Led tItt_. Mold OnHkMM
IN Till CIRCUIT COURT OP THE': NOTICE TO CREDITOR ontbrama tilt faluwlni ibMTlkrdnroportr I
III: The public is cordially invited 10 a. m; preaching Ham, and ELIVENTH JUDICIAL CIRI TIT' OF, T. All reellere and All Peraena Ravlnf In tho county of Dnilo Mate idrtorlda. '
to.attend t p. m.; Junior meeting 0:30 p. m.; FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COIN: I Claims or ........ Aielnet laid Rotate towHr.H ,
I TY. IN HANI'KItY. NO. .....I-C. I Von and earn of you, are kerekr notified : of NH of NWU of NIU of ...
tit Young Peoples' meeting 713 MART LOUUK BARNES n tome sole. nnd required to _.t anr .../.. I too It, Township M Smith, Ran. M
Jan. S -+ Lesson-sermon Prayer and class meeting 7:30 Plaintiff, n HOME BUILDER REALTY and demand whlrk raft or orUwr of "' .. East, oontalnlnr I ..... mme or tana r. I
J topic "God". CORP a Florida: corporation' CITY OFMIAMI I mar have against UM ..... of aVikert OWllllanw ., the Count of .... aloe of FhjrMn.UM !
Thursday n nmklpal corporation nnnnlaad, site' R. a WllllnnM. dn.niid. aaiMinunt of Mid property n wish
I and amlatlnv. .._ tho Iowa of tho ButeW ':Ute of Wn.hlr.iwn Countr, Pennarlnnln.I tko Mid mnlflroM. Led was I* the .._
a CHURCH OF CHRIST PENTECOSTAL norMo. J. H. MCCARTHY end If ..... to the H... .W. r BIu_ County Judnof of, MRS J. E. SAVAGE. .
rind MeCARTHY. Dado ConnUr nl his afffeo In the Coun.tr 11._, Mid omlfloaw. annN W ioi io>. c
p ..Bnsaestead-First avenue and GonUs Rev. John H. Stroud his wife. MARTHA WERH HATCHER nad,' OourUnuao In Dnnw Oountr Florida. 1 od oMordliw M tow, UM >ortr-ioi Ikid '
N.:W. Fifth street ,I her husband. C. t. HAT<'HFR. Defendants.'within owht oakrndar montho front the Uamln will W arid to = hnihmt bMtk
T. J
Hunton,I pastor Sunday school :43preaching ; ORDER FOR PUBLICATION' date of the" first publication hereof, Sold at too Coyrt-kouM Mows the Plot M.n>
minister Bible study at 10 a. m.; at 11 a. m. d.7:: I I1m. It appearing front affidavit filed In I slab. a a. he owe" $0 seal pie. day In tko month of Jewry HIT whfckto 't
p. Iho oeovo* entitled mass that the reoMdMe Posted na aforTeald. or moo wiN ka barred the 4lh day at Jewry I Ml.
tcommunlon fellowship and .; Young people meeting at 6 JO of the "". _- .. I. H. M.CARTHY..nd Dated Dortmber SAD. I.M. Dated thin end .., Hi IWomhor. irME. .
preaching at 11 a. m.; preaching at Ladies' Tuesday : If ...rise McCARTHY CASPER WILLIAM II. LEATHFRMAN,
m. circle
7:30: p m. Prayer Wed- ; prayer bin wife to unknown and there to no'. Al I."""",. of the Last Will sad TeaU Clark of ClmM (V>urt.
meeting at 2:30 p. m. Mid-week pr.y.1 poem In tko Suu of = the ..._f meat "Rohert 0. WlUkunu, kllna R. 0. Bud Cw.... >VrMmClmrft I'
.."flsday at 7:30 p. m. er service Thursday at 7:30: m. of a aukpnenn upon wkom would bind sold Wllllnma Diaiaaid. Court RnlCr
p. : Dofondanu wad that they are each ever First publteatlon on DeeemWr U I MiDoa N r RTCRRrrr. n C
: ': CHURCH OF GOD tko MO of twentroo ,...... U. IS. IS ION Jaw 1' IMT lUor 4, II. 'IS, SS J.
FIRST PRESBYTERIANCHURCH II to therefore Ordered that aaU I>> --
S 0 N W First to appear to tilt Bill of Complaint In the
avenue, J. H Dodson, minister above entitled saws M of the Rule. Darn A
Sunday Homestead-Rrom* avenue at Pehrnnir tn-wH, PekruolT I... A. D
; school
I, at (43: a. m.; I 1MT otherwise the nllen-atlona of the Bill
"Preaching at 11 a. m and 7:30 p.m.; of Complnlit will ko ...... aonfoaaod
I:Junior Y. P. at 6 4 J kr KM now defendnntaIt .
: p. m. Prayer to further Ordered thai thin order hepuklbked lRED
f meeting 7:30 p. m. Wednesday onto n week foe fear annoaoo&fraweoea t tafloss
HOMESTEAD BONEUDNDRY In Tko IEn...,..... n new CAOSS5YR
P Jaa Beginning of Iwo- paper of Binifnl draulntlon .. Dado County
Florida.
1 week lent revlvUl by the Eevr DATED thin ttk aar vt 0........>. A. D
I ... tt
W. O. Moon at N. W Second I. w
I B. tPATHERMAMna *
street and first a-vcnac Sere Clerk of Cheek Court L, 1 4

:' Vice at 7 p. ... each evening 115 S. W. 2nd ST. ICt Ct anal, Br M SWIFT t

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All are Invited na Depot, Curt of Po1j Curt aasct raet
if* MRS. ALICE: KEITT, flOF I Claude, M. Knrnoa.Altomee ,,,. gvjle ,OITiroa
seamen OF THE NAZARENE for Plaintiff, TAw
IJnn I. S. It, it Ml

Homestead- The Rev W. J. Cash and Carry Prices

Parker pastor Sunday school at I

I Ml: a. m: preaihlng at 11 a. m. Msytsg Appliances Throughout :J."

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Page Twelve TEE LFADER- ENT1'RPRISE Friday, January 1, 19.17 '4
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Negro Awaits Trial I 1'
On Axe Murder Charge '
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EXCELL OVER-SEA
John "Rock" Dtvlt, HomMtMdJwgro
wu rtlMMd in UM euetody .,., '
of Walter Moody and H. R.C rr,to Soda Crackers Peanut Butter ,
uwralt preliminary trial by Jueticecl
the Peace Sid L. Kendrtck, ai a 1Ib.pkg.10c 2 lb. jar __ 35c
result of a coroner'! LnqueeJ Sat -
urday Into tht death of Grant Griffin ... ,
who waa killed with an axe I EXCELL JERSEY
Chmtmaa day la the Homeitead
quarter I Graham Crackers Tomato Ketchup l
Testimony ihowed that the negro -
el, formerly friendf feU out
about an automobile and a* both 1Ib.pkg..13cPRI. AR1J-s fT.-SPECIALS 21g. bottles. 25c
.
had been drinking one word led
to another. Griffin got the ax*
and tarted after Davla' who took
It away from Criffta and hit him

Negro twice with Stabbing It Called I MILK any brand 3 tall cans 22&


Justifiable Homicide
BULK Fancy Whole Grain BAXTER'S

A Lorene coronet'a Wllaon Jury,Monday negro woman abolved ., Brown Sugar RICE, 5 Ibs ...... .......... .'... ...... .23c Vienna Sausage

of blame Blue,alao for colored the (tabbing,la the ol Home.itead WaIter 4lbs. ... ... 25c No.2Can 4 cans ...n.... 25

with .quarter verdict oa of Justifiable Chrtetmat hom night Red Pitted Cherries. _.... .. ... .....15c "
icide. Ttitimony ihowed that BULK
Lorene acted In her own defenw QUAKER GOWEN.BAKE .

on when the the way tabbed to the Blue Dade who County died BI aFIGISslOn Puffed Wheat, 2 pkgs. ............17c Pancake Flour "
hospital. Justice of the Peace
Sid L. Kendrick conducted thehearln. 3 pkWJ. .... .... .. 2 .f
MACARONI
.. Ib ...... -... ... 15c or .
SP AGIIETTI, pkg. ..... ... ..u. .. 5e i iD
Father of Warren Buck REDI NDne

Visits :Monkey Jungle d p. Soap, 3 bars ......... ... 17c ORANGES '

.Buck J. ,I.wild Buck animal, father procurer of Warren, wat lb. ......... ...-:. 15e Super Suds, 3 pkgs. .. .. ........ 25c dozen .. ... 1Se
visitor to the DuMond TropicalMonkey

DuMond Jungle) Saturday.Jog. proprietor. of the ......
Monkey Jungle get all hit almlanu Tomato Juice Armour's or 2Sc
get hla from animal WarreD from Buck Africa, who and t Royal Arms 24 oz. cans, 3 for
la DO relation to Frank "Brlng-
Em-Bick'AUve" Buck,who makeihla
animal collection In Ada. SOUTHERN LADY YELLOW PREMIER ,
--
Salad Dressing ONIONS, 31bs. ...':. ... ........ 10e Pure PresenesQt.
NEWT G. BALL ..
..." .....110FDII jar ... ..... 25c SELECTED 2 lb. jar _.__ 39

.''roRED vrSVRA.NCID LIfD: &"'0) SWEET POTATOES, 5lbs. .... 19c .
Ch Ise & S an b orn or LADY GRACE
U X Krone An.7tiaHti i
DEL-MONTE SELECTED

F FEE IRISH POTATOES, 10 Ibs. ..... 33c S'!ee. Pi c klCO ; ,

lb. ..... .. 27e Q t. Jar .... .. c ,
n.MIDAe Iceberg Lettuce, 2 heads .. ... 17c :,

KELLOGG'S FRESII
RUTABAGAS, per lb. .. ...... .. .. 4c
Corn Flakes Cranberries

2 pkgs. ..... 15e Ripe Bananas, 3lbs. ....... ... .13c lb. .. ....... 20c' i



COUNTRY ROLL BUTTER, per Hi 39c i'J



Western Pint Jar WESTERN

Pickled Lamb Tongues ... ..... .. 30c LambSh uldc
Chuck Roast sARMOUR'S


lb. .. .. ..... .. 20c 11 7% or woe,Ib.'IS c
ROAST BEEF 18c
S,." .,tit.fotel can .... ..... ...... :


: Patt1ea WESTERN TARGET CORNED BEEF, per can... ..... 16c Swift., Ci le S
111 .. K. SECOND AVINtl:
Round Steak Picnic IIamslb.
All Outside Rooms with 1 LB.CAN

Private Bath PINK SALl\ION .. .... .......... 11c :
.......... 27c lb. ......n... 27c
COOI CLKAN.ocirrOvcrieektef or WlIOLE !

BbearM Bay PORK SnOULDERS, lb. ... .. .. 24c
l--hShi pmen t
Two Blocks to Shop BANQUET .
Theatre and Business OYSTERS JEWELLARDllb.pkg. .........lSC ,
Section Breakfast Baton

BATXS Standanb, qt. ..._... 59c DAISY CHF.ESE, lb. __.. ..... ... 25c' .

Extra Stlecu, cat. ....75c lb. ..... un.. Mc
$1.50 s $le$2.50d0ole! SPARE RIBS,small and meaty, lb.19c ;


Special.ramfly...w,.Weeklr.... Mft We wish and 1937 ':
you a Happy Prosperous

a McCMABT rreprkler j

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