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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: January 8, 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: UF00087294:00106
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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0 t k ,VOLUME XXV-NUMBER 2 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, MilDAY MOUN1NG, JAN. K, 1937 __ PRICE FIVE: CENTS k


REPAVING I i Purchase of Surplus Tomatoes byvlL S. i PREUINARY TRIAL ASKEDBYA1ULANCEDRIVERMO / i

I Urged by F. E. C. Growers AssociationA ;


KWTKAILSTRffBEGJJN I I suggestion that the _federal-=;sties manager write, In I :

government buy a portion of th* part,, to Senator Pepper a* :

surplus tomato of the Florid "At least fifty per cent rOllowa:1

A East Coast drawers Association tomatoes harvested that and could OFFERED WAIVER AT INQUEST t
It contained hi a letted written to ship
I were left In because the I
Senator Claude Pepper Dec. 28,
growers could not obtain *. offer )
., by K. W. Bird manager of that that would Justify the harvesting
Eight :Mil Section Practically ]
Lesser Manslaughter
Charge Than -
M-oparativ of their tomatoes. The situation
Impassible An emergency of fht,.most .- that new conb'oDlI'1IaMe growers ?HEN PROMINENT ? Seen Ob-
f for Two Yean I HOUJ nature exists," write Mr. It a mOlt desperate on*. Notwithstanding ject of Move
I have had
itfaa tact that wa
Bird. Th federal govMnmrnthu
IN DADE ATTEND
IS NOT AFFECTED BY i taken step la respect to the very favorable weather thAt for tomatoes NO BRAKEJTAPPLIKnTESTIMONY
a* a whole, for season
of
cltnu crop to bur a portion
CANCELLING ORDER of the the market have been
their surplus tnt particularly of year SHOWS
I the lower grade On account of glutted with Imported tomatoes. HARPER RITESMen
:Work Being Don by RoadDepartment's : the heavy importation of torn*- . Approximately fifty percent Pictures Figure Largely

\ Maintenance I toes from other countries, w* ask and probably more, of the Before Coroner'sJury
that you take step to bring this Cuban tomatoes sold In New York
Crew In thc
; of December 21st was prominent politicaland
yip condition to the attention of the under date
. federal government for immediate old at a price just about equal to civic life of Dad County came
t Repaying of the elaM miles of action, end, a* an emergency, we what it costs: us to harvest, pack to pay their last respects to Home- Lloyd C. Kroll, 22. ambulance

r L Krome avenue from the TamUmt suggest that the federal government and ship our tomatoe. stesd's mayor, Cha T Harper, driver whom a coroner's jury ,t

a :\' Trail south Wa started Tuesdayby buy portion of our surplus "During the early part of No- whose funeral was held In die First Coconut Grove Monday held responsible

. stat road department men and tomatoes the urn II they have vember, the lI'Onln Florida in Baptist Church of Homestead Sun for the crash In which
done with citrus fruit and a* they the beginning received a fair price
machinery moved from the Florida Katherine Harper was killed and
afternoon three after
day days
with onions in Texas .
the of art doing for the tomato from local buyers her father, Mayor Cha T. Harperof
keys on completion repairsto
and other commodities peculator and the variouimarketing that of his daughter Katherine, Homestead
,
Injured
was so M-
the Over-Sea highway due t*' Leading up to this request, the agencies through whom both dead *s the result of an automobile rlously that he died Friday has
If wash-outs by the 1935 Labor Day hey market their tomatoes. Last accident which occurred elected to stand preliminary trial

j' hurricane. weak, due to the competition aforementioned -j ]Dec. 28 near Kendall. before Justice of the Peace O. a
\ The read bed, practically impassible HARRIS TAKES V'OATH from Cuba, the Floridaomatoes Mayor Harper died New Year Sutton In the hope of getting the
f for the past fear or two 1 that were shipped ten, Day in the county hospital at Ken- manslaughter charge against him
, days previous In most eases did dall where h* lay unconscious sine reduced to a less serious charge.
!. will t* filled In with new rockwhen sufficient to pocking the accident Miss Harper
AS MAYOROF not realize pay was Following an all day Inquest
., necessary, then scarified and freight In some Instances, killed instantly In the crash. before Justice of the Peace Clement -
0 ''I' regraded and oiled.Cancellation not only was the cost of harvesting Among the honorary pall bearers Theed Monday, a coronet*
of road building HOMESTEAD tomatoes a total loss but so was for the mayor were listed )Jury brought In a verdict that the
contract, forecast from Tails-: the packing and freight as well." Judge W. F. Brown, Judge WorthW. two Harper died as a result of
.Jl basset by the new administration, "Our plea," the letter concludes: Trammell, Carl Holmer, Jr., being struck by a McGhan Funeral
N will not affect the Krome avenue I should receive more consideration E. B. Leatherman, Newt. Lummus, Home ambulance driven by Kroll
.repair program..as this work! ..will In compliance with provisions than these other commodities W. P. Mooty, Hays Wood, D. F. In a.reckless: and careless manner 'r
be done by the road department's I of the city charter, Council President because we are not In this pitiful McCrimmen Edw. Carter, hits Attorney: J. F Gordon who with
regular maintenance crews. T. J. Harris was sworn In to condition through overproduction Gordon, A. A. Payne, H. L. Cook, Homestead' city attorney. Ire J.
'j' I act as mayor of Homestead until within the boundaries .f the W. K. Walton, R. E. Caves, Howard Haycock represented the city and
the next city election when the United States, but w* are pl.ce41n1 i Schaff. T. E. JCirby Dr. J. B. Tow.er. the Harper estate at the Inquest
World Traveler SpeaksAt I city council met Monday night for this position, and our goods are Dr. J. A. Smith, Dr. M. A. immediately swore out I warrant
Lions Club Meeting! its first regular session sine the rendered practically worthless, Berger, Dr. Frank Hausman, Dr. charging Kroll with manslaughter
iJ / death of Mayor Chat. T. Harperon through the Importation of the W. D. Hartman, Ira C. Haycock based on culpable negligence.
\ A. C. Deputy, Frank B. Rue, B. E.
New Year's Day. same goods from other countries. Kroll's attorney Ben J, Hen-
l Samuel Brodl, New Yor'neWl-i Mr. Harris had been performingthe Edwards B. W. Morris, J. Q. dricks, entered plea of not guilty
, }t. paper man, magazine writer and duties of mayor for several Wynn, Joe U Burton, A. F. Webb,| tot his client waived preliminary
r r. world traveler, who is vacationing month due to the ill health of Mr. RIGHT OF WAY TO and Don Ferreyra. 'I hearing, and was granted 48 hour
t in Miami, was presented to the Harper, who, however, had about Active pall bearers were J. In which to pad bond.
,; Redlaand District Lions Club recovered and was about ready to )' Redd, Ralph Moon, Albert \'D'I Before Mr. Theed went out ot
Tuesday night by George Cooper, take over the office again when BLACK'" I Gordon Ivey, Max Leaner office at midnight Monday counsel
; program chairman.Mr. he met with his fatal accident DEEPEN I Sheffield, Howard Johnson and I for Kroll attempted to have the
i; Brodl, who Is the father of Councilman Joe L. Burton who I Henry Brooker, Jr 1 charge reduced, but Gordon In*
//1; "Steve" Brodie, author, whoa had' been taking Mr. Harris' place Burial was In Palm Cemeteryat misted on reinstatement of the
.; "Love on the Run" and "Stars Can as president of she council, was CREEK OBTAINEDRight Naranja, beside the body othis manslaughter charge, pointing out
: Be Made" are new screw attraction sworn In as president pro-tem of daughter. that Kroll had already pleadednot
l:i *, gave two readings. Mrs. that body. The bath of office Born in Deep Run, N. C.. in 1878, guilty to that charge Counsel
Brodle, who was present also, were administered by City ClerkR. Mr. Harper came to Florid with' for Kroll then demanded and was r
f j gave a short talk. C.: Edwards. of way for cutting a his parents when he was 11 years, granted a preliminary hearing, 1
Th "Lindbergh Trail", movie Elected to the council for two drainage channel for Black Creek old and resided at Lloyd. In 1900 which will not take place, however, '
1. i of Pan American Airways route terms by virtue of having received from a point a short distance cast he entered the employ of the Florida ., until Attorney Gordon return
t, i through Central and South America the highest vote of all candidates, of the East Dixie Highway to the East Coast Railway Co., and; front a fishing! cruise to Cape
was shown, by N. P. Joyce I Mr. Harris will automatically.revert Federal Highway, near Goulds, served *s depot agent at Fort I Sable.
k and George Beyer, Jr., representatives to hit place on the council ha practically all been secured fierce, later being transferred to Photograph and sketches of
of the airways com after a new mayor, to be elected It was learned from a reliable Perrlne and still later to Home I the seen of the crash at the inter
. pany next December Is Installed In Jan- source yesterday. stead. After 23 years of railroading -, sestlon of Sunset drive and Gallo-
.r nary, 103Lpurchase Black Creek was cleaned from i he became a vegetable way road made at the !instance of :
f' Coroner' Into of a specially designed near its mouth at the bay nearlyto produce broker. Acting Mayor T. J. Harris the j
, Inquest tractor and attachment for the East Pixie last Mr. Harper served two term as morning after the aooldent, figured 1
Suicide la Scheduled mowing park, parkway and road Its choked up condition aummel"l city councilman-in 128-29 and largely at the Inquest I
shoulder, and suitable also for flood waters from the big down- In 1932-33. He was elected mayor Preston B. Bird Homestead
hauling garbage truck was authorized pour last winter with the result of Homestead December of, automobile dealer, testified that )
l1 A coroner's i inhueti will be held by the councIL Upon rec- that crops in the adjacent Black: I 1935. If* was a member of the scar In the road and the condition !
[ r Saturday to Inb/r* Into the commendation of Mayor Harris, Creek glade were drowned. The B. P. O. K.. 1. O. O. F.. Knights of!I of the two motor vehicle
I' ? death Ntwda / of Huston J:. the council: voted to. put out K further cleaning of the natural Pythla. Royal Palm Lodge, F It Indicated that Harper' car wa
A Black, 40-year-old Franjo nlifJ. covered garbage cans to be paid creek and the cutting of a channel A. M., Woodmen of the World and I j past the center of the Intersection j'j'I
dent who 1* thought to have com- for at 25 cents a week. to confine the flood water and pro. (ConUn-jcd on Page Three) I I (Continued on Page Three)
mitted suicide by shooting himself Th committee on establishing vide unhampered drainage to the
In the head with a shotgun. a boundry line between colored bay U designed to prevent a recurrence -I
Redd Made Chairman
fJ. Before his death Black struck town and the white residential of serious crop damage of Agriculture II
his wife on the head with the gun section of the city, wa asked to from floods In the future. Committee
and inflicted injuries that required make a recommendation at the The work will be done by county as Commission Organizes
w! hospital treatment next meeting Its members are: crew and machinery.
I Mr Black states that she bad Councilmen Frank B. Rue, B. W.
,
l ) At the organlxatiorvafth* county commission also i* reassuring, a*
Morris and H. Brooker, Jr. Poultry Exhibit to B S
t' Just returned from th* Dade County compilation Tufafay, I. D, Reddof
r Mr. Paxson U a dirt farmer and
: hospital where ah* had taken Feature of Dade Fair Homestead, who inter on hi"
their Don for went to the bit many time for the
six-year-old son, ,
THE WEATHMJ\ eighth two-year term *s county
.. when h t the Redland District in the pinches
treatment, cam of commissioner from District 8, was
S. C. Means, teacher agriculture
room and struck her. Oflckl' was.as ....... .l Ow*>*rtK>HlttaUM I In Miami Edison High School, made chairman of the agricultural during the past two ,ean.

Mr. Black, who was a native of t.a..t..t HOMMM MANN secretary treasurer of the Florida committee", with Cbmrnlsaionen Mt. Redd I* member sled of
the Phllllpln Islands, had lived State Poultry Association J Lamar Paxson of South Miami ''the following committees: courthouse -
I' in Franjo for some time, and before Date |M arMJn| ] Br.| ]Bal and veteran poultrymdn, has been and Cecil: A. Turner ot Miami a* and public buildings, roads
that had lived In Perrlna.Beside DIe. SI -I I 80 |168 |130.141| appointed manager of the poultry the other two member I and bridge, welfare and hospitaland .
: hU wife and son, h eAlma Jan. 1 ___| 82 B |130.151| division of the Did County Trop- This appointment allay to a horn Mr. Paxsoa I* chairman
leave two daughter, Mr*. Jan. 2 I 1 61 110.1.W ical Fair which win be held In great extent fears expressed In I of the county hospital and
John of Rockdale and Miss Rutt I ._ j'O I | Redland late In February. Prime torn quarters that South Dude's I home committee Dr. J. A. Smithof
t Black of FranJo. hJan. t --_" .I| 82 1| 60 |3007 money and trophies to be awarded agricultural interests wen slated Homestead was appointed a*
. Funeral arrangements are being -, Jan __| 81 |180 130.161' amount to nearly three hundred 11 I for a sever drubbing during the 1 1I 1 lone of the two county physicians, yIC.
t w made by the Turner Funeral: Jan. a. ___..I| 80 |130.23''| dollars, fair official announce.. next two yean The election of,I H. -Steffanl was itppolntedewtnty :
I !Io Home. .4 Jan. 7 ._..1 I T7 t lee [SOHJ) ,11 0 J7o eotry fee wm be charged I( )fro Patton U chairnttn of the! crimUUul age nt and
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Pace Two THE LEADER- ENTERPRISE Friday, January 8, 1937


V these resolutions be furnished the ulated the vogue of accessories,"
Non-Denominational Men's Club I Florida City Adopts I.I I local press for publication that Mr. Douglas said

II Harper ResolutionIwHowing I a copy hereof be forwarded to Elaborate plans have been made
To Be Talked at Big Supper Jan. 28 the City Council of Homestead to meet this Increased demand

.. i the example of the I and that a further oopy be delivered by ptvK -.r* trlth complete .

t S A supper for men of the various;I I their 4Ihuchfii'gift evvldeOce HentaIIIIIU city wuncU. whi* mot i I I Harper.to toe bereaved widow, MM rtftacta lete orW. and designed '

churches of the district and tor I II I the masculine strength and dignityof In a pedal ssssfcn Saturday and ed to Chevrolet standard -
I Pawed and adopted by the Town to prdVld maximum satisfaction -
the church to discuss Je
men of no church affiliation, as ; peaau drafted a resolution of respect and,I Council of Florida City at a special for owners, according to
for
formation of an organization
well,will be given at 7 p. In. Thurs I assisting with the general welfareof sympathy on the death of Mayor meeting! called far that purpose Mr. Douglas.
I Chas. T. Harper, the town councilof on the 6th day of January 1937.
I day, Jan. 28, In the American Legion the community This year's accessories have
hall. Homestead, to discuss All local municipal and county Florida City met Tuesday night W. J7 A. ROBERTSON. been made available at most attractive

among other things possible for I officials will be Invited to attend I and passed the following resolution President Town CounciL price permitted by Chev- .
the aupper AU ministers in the .' FLORA D. MYERS rolet's high volume production. ,
mation of a non-sectarian, nonpolitical I I Town Clerk
district will be present but the I
with the The Supreme Ruler of the universe -
club to assist I !
:: meeting will be planned and conducted -I has seen fit In His infinite I CARD OF THANKS
\ general welfare of the community entirely by laymen Mr. Fl- I We take this means of -
wisdom, to remove from the sphere Chevrolet Heeds Demand expressing
This announcement was made!I field said There will be prom- of his earthly usefulness Charles / our heartfelt thanks and,, ap ; ; .1
several meetings inent speakers and a flood musical For New Accessories
yesterday following T Harper mayor of our sister city preelatlon for every kindness
( of a rflm ofrepntentfltlvea i program of Homestead I I shown u* during our recent be.
ctttirclifnitlis The supper-meeting will be entirely The I
Increasing of
I. I Mayor Harper a pioneer resident beauty the raavemantMJWC.T. .
colled together to Inftsu-I frost from the prayer-meet- of South Dade, had for many,. new automobiles has created > demand HAOpJVCECELIA .
got> the feasibility of a lilt or Bible lass akmcaphere, and years been a prominent figure In on the part of the new cm : HARPER:
by the Rev C G Nelson pastor there will be nothing on the pro- for
the political affairs of the county buyers more accessories, and I
: of the Florida City and Redland to embarrass make self- II
gram or particularly those of the city ofHomestead thla demand Is making itself felt I NOTE OF THANKS
Community Church, that supa I tenacious tha ioe-tt -.oer'l where he made hisfame 'I throughout the Industry as i We wish to extend our sincere j jI

., an organization be formed The said the or ffldodmn.Mr. For several terms a councilman -(I never before according to M. D I thanks to the many friend for the I
committee wa formed at the invitation -I I Close will have charge of! of that city its citizens' In I Douglas, Chevrolet parts and accessories kindnesses shown and the services !

of the which Presbyterian Mr. I the sale pf tickets for the cupper,1 1I recognition of his merit for loyalty I I merchandising manager"Automobile I rendered during the Illness and
Club before which must be procured by Monoday and efficiency In January of la.tl I I Ii I following the death of our beloved
I owners are taking
made hit suggestion. Men"1 Jan. 23. Mr. Caves has year, elevated him to the honor-I i greater and greater pride in their I II i I brother and uncle, Oslah SchneUbacher -
W. M. Fl/ield repre entln I charge of arrangement for the I able post of mayor, an Also we wish to thank
Mr
cars Douglas declared. "A
Presbyterian Church I* supper itself and Mr. Kirby and by him at the time of his demise I ;It.I those who .nt.floral offerings.
chairman; J. E.Close,of the Homestead Mr Frick will be in charge of the Influence I sale of accessorieshas O E.
Harper's outstanding -
Methodist Church, 1* secretary program. Mayor ,I been the result Such Itemsas AJti P..ELL. I
earnest effort for
his
; T. E. Kirby, represent t t radio, heater defroster, clock
Sacred Heart Catholic Church; advancement and progress : or vanity mlrrow are now being CARD OF THANKSWe i
George M. Trick First Baptist Ponce de Leon HighN / throughout the sphere of that Influence purcvhaaed by most owners. They wish to express our thanks '
his demise
render more
,
Church of Homestead; Albert Wins Over Homestead not only add to the appearance of to the* many faithful and kind
It ,
i' than local calamity Is
a the. but they also increase the
Caves St. John' Episcopal Church sentiment of this car friends for the kindness shown
The objects of the supper were therefore the safety, comfort and convenience the death of our loving husband
council that expression be .
outlined by Mr. Fifield as follows: f Fumbles, bad pusses and poor made manifest some of the esteem in I of driving."Further. I I.t eon, and for the beautiful
shooting proved the undoing of
To encourage closer friendshipand I the fact that the public sent
which Harper held by
Mayor was
the Homestead School basketball
high -
) understanding among men of team Tuesday night whenit the residents of Florida City, and II Is spending more and more tim I BESSIE BRADY, i
: different congregations; to awakea I I lost to Ponce De Leon High of the profound sorrow with which on the highways has greatly stim ETTA BRADY.

higher cense of responsibilityamong School at Coral Gables 22-16. this council ha learned of his,, t
the men for the welfare of
The team showed the loss of death. I i

DespUe\/ I Donald Sullivan lanky center who I Be.It, therefore :
Walton Loses stopped school when he married' RESOLVED, That In the de- PRESTON B. BIRD 'MOTOR CO

Barrow's 20 Baskets during the holidays. He has been parture of Mayor Harper for his

an offensive threat that could not eternal home the entire commu- .

Barrow hit the hoop for 20 point be discounted. nity within the sphere of his influence -i Buick and Pontiac Dealer

but the Walton Nursery basketball Lagouri, center, and Richards, has suffered the loss ofan
team lost to the YMCA Triangle forward, for the Cableers, made active factor for good, for
*, 36-33, on the local court eight polnti each to lead the scor progress and for advancement; ASK FOR A DEMONSTRATION
Wednesday night in one of the ing. that while deeply lamenting his
roughest game ever played in I I I demise, we, nevertheless bow in i
; Tonight the local will play Miami Prices.
Homestead. humble submission to the Omni-: We Have the Following Vied Car Compare
High School here. A B team
i Lubel led the YMCA attack with I I game will Hart at 7:30. potent Will, and to Him we would
direct his sorrowing family in; 1834 CHEVROLET STATION WAGON,
12 point Schwartz and Younts Wednesday, Homestead will this the hour of their woe, a* the New Tires-look like new ___'_'_-_'_"__ 4W.W.UU
played well defensively. I play Lake Worth at Lake Worth unfailing Comforter of the widow
f The two team battled on even
and Friday of next week West I
and the daughter, and be it fur
term through the first quarter Palm Beach will come to Homestead 1934 FORD 4-DOOR SEDAN $3,15.00

with Barrow hitting the hoop consistently to play the locals. Homestead therRESOLVED; That of A real buy for ______ ______ __ m._
t to keep the Walton teamin I defeated West Palm Beach in the' a copy

\ the running. At the half the quarter finals of the eight district 1933 CHEVROLET COACH265.00

I Triangle led 18-17 and pulled I tournament last year. LEGAL NOTICES 4 practically new tires, new seat covers_._..... _..._ '
away to a 11-28 lead at the end of !
Homestead (U) fg ft pf NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOR TAX
the third quarter. DPKDSonolo 1930 CHEVROLET COACH
Next Wednesday night the Wal- I Bishop f _._ 0 1 0 ( Bill No. IMNOTICB > For __._._ ....... _. ....__._ $60.00
tonltes play Coca Cola at the McMichael I __ ..__. 1 0 0 IS HEREBY GIVEN that
.
Smith f _..._ I 1 4 WILLIAM 1. KEHL. odder of SUM and
YMCA In Miami In the start of Countir Tu Oortlfleata No. I1SM famed
the second round. I Caves, f -.... 0 0 0 tko lot dar of a.... A. D. 1912. kai filed
; Walton (13) It It pt I Little c ..__ .... ..... 3 0 0 HHM for III ml a lee aria deed. slid to. bo Ma lamid made applwattoa Uioroao-.

t Field, I .. _'_" _'__" 0 0 o.. West, g _,_..... 0 0 0 aid certificate onhraoM tile lollnwlnidnorlliod We Can Make
McDaniel, g _._._._ 1 0 3 property lu tho County of Du.
Brooker, f 2 1 O state of KlorUo. ....wIt I
Day 0 .._. _..___ I 1 0'' Loto I. I. Block I. Grenada Ore esNo.
7 I 7 m. Plot Book II. P., IT. la tho Immediate Delivery of the
Barrow g .__ __ II .2 0; County of Dade, Slate of Florida.Tho I
Tollon, g __ _.__ 0 1 3 Pe _moat. of Hid prooortir under .
I ( ft It pfMurry tKo Hid III tlM-MM
0 I 0Rlch.rlls sit B8T. .r l:1w"r -Y.Unwio j PONTIACS J
14'. .11 a UJtt Hid oortlflcaM ....U bo mboMMlooordlnff ;
4 0 3 t
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= law the a raportr dVotrwtd :
Triangles I'
( ) r t. I n pfHatfield Laaourt, 4 0 3 chorale .Ur H aid to UM hlxhM bidder
f ..__._.._ .4 1 11 Cow, __..... _.0 0 0 at g
t Younts. I _.._...:....:._.: 4 0 It m.r. day la Uo month of ,..._.... INI. woks
Carleton, ( __.___.. 2 1 1 II the lot day of Fthruarr IMT A drive for a few mile will tell the story.I .
t Lube!. 0 "._..__i--- ,0 0 3 D.td thin Ucd dar of tlocoaitor, ItM.K. .
Schwartz .___. 1 B. LIATHEBMAN,
g 0 1i 10 2 7 cu ee Circuit -. i CYL. GRAY SPORT COUPE, DUAL JQtJIPPED.I S65.00I
i Bishop g _.._.___..._.. 2 1 1 't. ytsI.1..
I Referee, Hatfield. Score at halt C...... Court BoalBy N.. C BTKRRETT: D. C."Doe CYL. BLACK I-DOOE TOURING SEDAN __. $015.00
17 2 7 Pone, 14; Homestead, .. SI. ItSI. Jaa, I. 5. Is. I MI).
I CYL BLACK I-DOOE SEDAN .._.__...5.0.

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t CYL. BLUE 4-DOOR TOURING SEDAN dnal equipped f 90.(0

CYL. GREEN I-DOOR TOURING,Sedan dual equipped $950.00t

BEAN SEEDWe j CYL. BLACK I-DOOR SEDAN .. ,_flOt.M

.8 CYL. GRAY 4-DOOR SEDAN, dual .lIlppe41-.8.

hare a fresh supply of Landreth'a Bountiful and Giant Stringless I CYL. BROWN I-DOOR SEDAN _,_ $.9..MCYL.

Bean Seed. S BLACK S-DOOR Touring Sedan,. dual equipped .1.1..0*

I CYL. BLACK 4-DOOR Touring Sedan, dual equipped f IMS.M
PRICE UNTIL JAN. 20


$10, PER BAG Delivered in Homestead -.

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DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE TO GET YOUR SPRING. SUPPLY AT i

A BIG SAVING.Florida .
Annie Mayhew FitzpatrickGraduate


East Coast Fertilizer Co. Oberlin Conservatory and Royal


Manufacturers Redland Brand Fertilizers Conservatory of Leipzig


HONE U FRANK B. RUE )I". HOMESTEAD FLA. PIANOFORTE AND THEORY

MANGANESE DISTRIBUTORS

Redland Road, Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1422

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I Friday, January 8, 1931 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Paw Three


I daily, said Harper passsd him a West Has Atlanta Man
HARPER
AUTO TAGS OVER INQUEST V abort"going time 60 mites before an hour"vfU the accident said RITES To Manage Meat Market

: A he knew it was Harper's car be- Continued From Fans Ouch ___. 1
THE COUNTERLEGIONAGENCY
(Continued from Page 1) cavae he heard the crash and BO
the Order of Railroad Telegraph-
\ native of Atlanta.
Bob Boyd, a
When struck by the ambulance. I other car passed him afterward. en.
Both Mr. Bird and other witnesses He described.the car that passed arrived In Homeatmd Thursday to
who observed the conditionof him aa a black or dark car however Funeral services were conductedI take charge of the meat department -
I the Re. C. N. Walker, assistedby
the road Immediately after the and the Harper car waslight
the Rev. A. A. KoeitUne I of West there colored.
accident testified that wasan
Gferonimo Reappointed entire absence of brake marks W. S. Carter, bus driver for the At the grave services were con I and operated by George A. West

Agent For New Tax on the road, and Kroll and the two county home, testified the Harpercar ducted by several of the lodges of I I Mr. Boyd has had IS years' ('xI -
which Mr. had been
other occupants of the ambulance,I passed his home on Gallowayroad Herpes a parlance as a meat cutter Hit
member. Turner Funeral Home I
CollectorHayes hta helper, Wm. Brown and a pan.senger making a speed of about 80j motto, he says, is: The Public Be
Wm. Yeomans, carnival j miles en hour. W. K. Walton of was In charge of arrangements. I Pleased."
ridlnb the front Homestead Mr. Harper .to survived by his
Wood, state and countytax employee, all on )I however testified that
seat-admitted that Krott did not he had known Harper for about IT wife Mrs. Stella Wright Harper: I
look office January
collector 5, announced, who the appointment :1, apply Uw brake of the ambu- I years and had ridden with him one daughter, Miss Cecilia Harper; I i LEGAL NOTICES
said that Yeomana, often Harper drove eight sisters Mrs Lucy HilUard,
of William J. Oeronlmo, I..* They at a speed ofaround IN TUB CRCl'rr COURT or TUB
the American Legion, 'whose wife and newborn baby I SB mites an hour Walton Mrs Othat Meastr and Miss Ann I KLVCNTH fJMfri"IIln'f.;: ,
representing transferred I MM Harper of West Palm Beach Mm. AND FOB DAD
the ambulance had just and refused to "step on it" I .,.
G. No. 43 tag
John Salley Port ai IN CNANCRRY.:
: when James McKay and Mrs. Zoll May- RNtTll .
from Jackson Memorial Hospitalto even requested sAYIIRL: W VOKTII II.""?(( tBTHRL
agent for Ilomeitead berry of Mrs E. VOKIMKRN I. I ,, ,
> the Dade County hospital Boynkn: H.I I I : U "
Fulfilling his campaign pledge two miles northwest of the scene : MoiTwill Be Feature Campbell, DuimUn; Mrs Roy I IMn. I FTHKI H DIYIIIKKTo VOHTIUtNN ,R.. I I. ", .
made In June, Mr. Wood has arranged Pence City 1 ,...
of the accident, had asked to have Columgus Md and 1 hkt '
for tags to be placed In Of Ministerial MeetingA James Godwin of Hialeah lu. o'.. A.nL, '" .I r.1 Itto .,y ,,, "
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out .
the way to the hospital pointed i Mill ..( C".m.I'''''' f r dh..r-. ,,' .1
Homestead to that Agent Geronimo ,. ,.. ,
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to him so he could find his way ----- n I j '" '" I h. .1 '>ilthf "
can deliver them to the motor- moving picture, 'Day of Decision Aa Eye for Business l"l itar "f to I-.." A L) "'II; "h"
the
back In his own car following .... .
WM' ( iltaill f .Id Hill III 'W
tits at the time they make application day In fact, the ambulance men i will be shown.af a meeting Doctor: "You are suffering from taken u rontwux I lor >. uThi.
In addition to this service were to draw a map of the route of the Redland D strict Ministerial a complication of diseases, my dearslivat "ra>r I. t.. l.' oubll.h..1 I,.,,. .,..h..
I' IdtAlER"NTRI": t. o( Horn l ik'feT'rf
Mr. Wood promised other South for him on their return to Jackson !I Association Monday night least six, sir" i "...... Is fear ..
Dade communities tag service and Memorial. i In the Baptist Sunday School Patient (facetiously): "I suppose noted. IIIIe 84th DJwiTbTr. A. D
announces that Clerk Albert Hudson building at which members I 1....
KroU said he looked both to the of the you can allow me a discount on R. LxATRRRIIAN,
will be In Goulds from Tues left and to the right as he I official boards of the various i iI the half-doien, can't you Doctor" I Clark .:tow Cin, tit r. tsre
approached
day, January 8 through Saturday, I churches, and wives of the board Ex, Ct. Ct 5ab
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January 9, 9 to 5:SO at the Gouldi the Intersection coasted I I members will be guests I CARl a CANR.IMlaa Hr. SWIFT Deputy < Ink,
Into Galloway road and the fint I
Supply Co. and from Monday.January I I A pot luck supper will precedethe I Want Ads Them "n for PI.I.llrr.
11 through Saturday, he saw of the Harper car was its business I session of the meet- Pay-Try ID40 ... "". J... 1. .. II, 82 .tn,
chromlllDndlotor metal few I I
January II during the same hours a Ing and the showing of the picture,i
in front of him. crash
feet The
Mr. Hudson will be In the city hall The picture is the fourth showIng -!
at South Miami, accepting applications came and all three were stunned I in Homestead of a series made i I HOMESTEAD HARDWARE CO.
dazed for minute two
or according
or a '
and delivering tag to auto i by the Religious Motion Picture
owners in thorn sections. to their testimony The :. Foundation of New York. All I GENERAL HARDWAREPhone I
three each testified the ambu-
,
scenes were taken In the Holy
lance was not going over 31 or 40 I,Land. 516-M Homestead Fla.
The picture will be shown ,
Next Rotary MeetingTo on the return from the hospital i''by I, Leo L Peyser ,I
Be Ladies' Night Asked how the 8,000 pound am-
bulance could If driven at that ,',
' Next weeks meeting of the moderate speed continue Into the
', Homestebd Rotary Club will be weeds for a distance of 125 feet

ladies' night, to be held at 7 p. m after crashing Into the Harper cjj
instead of the usual noon hour, and sending It at right angle f<,'
Wednesday, Jan. 13. a distance of 84 feet off the road.

At this week's meeting, the club they had no explanation extept / i
adopted the resolution proposedsome they were too dazed to know hew

time ago requesting Dade It occurred.
County's delegation to the 1937 O W. Moody who lives In tl,
Seaboard "tntion north of dill,
legislature to sponsor a bill enacting "
a driver's license 1 law and requiring way road on Sunset drive In,I
that all automobiles drivers walks to and from the TI">1"" ,

tale out liability, Insurance before Park track whore he is empl rl I

they can procure a licenseto
drive. away before the luncheon bet j, .I
The scheduled speaker for the so the Rotes had a song-felt dUl
meeting Wednesday was called tag the regular program period.

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Consider Well These QuestionsIs / NEW Low PRICE Q.IT.CUTS,.v.euRRNT....,'T.... con/,/,"

TO TMs
I RONg
The Raw lrl ldalre'
$152.50 <<

your fertilizer made with full acknowledgment 'nslsimorg.

of your local soil conditions? aMiih___ much use less of current outstanding cow.

... i T.ra.. a Low as moving withr ql ly rhn
P.rm..
: : Does it carry. balanced blend of,the quality iSo a DAY Inanely t.c.Irn:3.DddUt.OJtd: ;::


:producing secondary elements, ," so. vital, to healthy I -. .

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plant growth
f Com In I
1 '
,, I Get Proof ef ALL FIVE STANDARDS

'. Does it give you the uniform feeding action and 1. Preef of LOWER OPERATING COST

; long. lasting properties that you rightfully expect? 2. end of SAFER FOOD PROTECTION

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; It x 3. ''FASTER PUDIICI-
I
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MORE Icaf
: : .. Does it aid attracting 'WOrms and insects[ to 4. ,.,..,"IIOH USUIU1Y

i +;= the plant and encourage diseases by its own shortcomings r f 5. Prod PUN w nvt-ruii PMTICTIWI

, or is it made free from putrifactive matter I
'" l Model w.... cubic(t.Capacity tO.7sq.fc.shelf,...
and in natural
: organics carrying repel. .
i rich r 6) big Ice cube' 6 MMMds of ice as
( ,DaaW......Cold O>..
G )ant properties that aid in keeping down insect, I __ n facing

: and disease infestations I ALL THESE OTHER GENUINE .J

,. I ntntDAIKt ADVANTAGES i i

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I These are the features of SOILADE.SOILADE i roortmaM 5'Y.....Jtdq... Pto..c./o..,.1.n.: ...set. '=iEiiE: ..the as.r
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Phone t7 Homestead, Florida. I. Flatter Aw.Survev AR.alyd' rssIM.-er O.a'tMI.sW

ANOTHER SPECIAL r
rmoiDAiRiAl t71I IjMlWf/

_u.*qMUf! NoiftUoml pfic Oalr fridddra dun W build s ,004.c I
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IhGISTERED: CIVIL ENGINEER
Homestead Furniture Co.

Registered Land Surveyor .

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Pale Four THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday January 8,1937

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Published Friday at Homelead. lY 1-1 Little
1'.... by the South Dad .4 AWI 4g
Publishing Co.ARCHER.
-.11Bird y \

BEN ____ Editor ,

Told Us
Ealered a* ascend close mall
nastier March .. 1911. *l th* post
r state it tie*nested,Florida, wader ..,.
th* Mt of March I. 1171. -that notice of appeal from the "

decision In the late ouster suit,
Sl'R PRICE |1.H A TEAK: which cut off tome more fringe ?

property from Homestead' city
NovicesShe limits, ha been filed hi the name
of a Homestead taxpayer. Coruld-i
doein't know how to model, ering that It cost it least about ,
And I don't know how to ew, I $800 In expenses and fee to appeal ",
And altogether It'. not surprisingThat a case, the belated action has i:
our progress should be plow; a strong bondholder small 'i
It' plain from the fashion book
The way her mall frock mould rdf
look- t if he Is wise begin the creation of
But HOW do these ruffle go? a two per cent reserve fund on his
193T payroll for unemployment
She often no suggestion : Insurance payable I* 193H; and he
Nor asks embarrassing question must begin the monthly payment
Aa to why the hem't askew; 720 IMSSTATG ef a one per cent old age pension
For i few swift yean, her mother rn.OJfG/l- tax on his 137 pay roll; and he
Ii wiser than any other- y must collect from his employee
Sweet filth of a child at two! one per cent of their salaries and
-Mary Ferrell Dickinson In Palm wage which he must then turn
Beach Times. MtI over to the government a* their '
contribution to old age pension
From this brief malyiia which
"Be Prepared"Beginning MS Card" doe not begin to go into detail or

with the tint of January Of AOOfMWO e&QSS ,5 pretend to do the subject Justice,
1937, employer of labor engaged MTM rws nonf* oe/atwz it can be seen that the Social Security -
In business, commercial, or /l'11iI 7VE.jwleAC OT Act I* a tremendously complicated -
Industrial activities are cautioned AJVC/fMT THHSS VHO and involved piece of leg
to keep accurate and complete' ,t& .tN IT ASI islation, which I II certain to cause
records of their payrolls, particularly I .M 0"NN'I'IN6SS considerable trouble and many '.
with respect to the wages ANPP problem for the employer unless 'i
and hours of their employee For he makes adequate preparation in ,
'
7 .1. advance for it We take our text
on the first of January the Social \
Security Act, about which we have for this sermon from the Boy Scout '<
heard of much and know so little, motto, "Be Prepare*"Sanford *

goo Into effect with binding force Herald.'I

This new law which actually '
was enacted a year and a half ago, ron almost a century the >politlctil bat. TOE ORANGE BLOSSOM Is one of the Appropriate Time J i'-
wits designed for the purpose of retiring tlea of Florida have been fought ilthin moat fragrant of all the flowers of the Talkative lady (on board ship! ): ..
employees with pensions at the walls of the present CAPITOL. Com. world and is also one (of many) that ie 'Can you swim?"
the age of sixty-five and of providing pl.teclIIl184&, it has witnessed funy inv pollinated by niaht-flyina Inaacts. Its Sailor: "Only at time, ma'am." ,
special benefit for younger portant milestone In the state* changing chief we in Florida is in the manufactureof "Only at time) How strange;and
employees who may be temporarily I when do these moment of ability "
history. Her WM the mentous deriaion neroli or flower oil used extensively -
orange
out of work. The plan Is t6lassoed ,I some to you?" _%
by a payroll tax, levied reached that maid Florida a part In making perfumery soaps and "When I am' la the .. ,
.ter.
i against practically all payrolls In cf thoXbnfedtracy It WILl here also that: ia sjmpa. In South America the dried I JIII"m.Ex
business and Industry: at a rate the most turbulent scenes in alt the itate'a blossoms are made into a stimulating and "1,
beginning at one per cent and In. history were enacted, where loyal citizens fragrant beverage. The popularity of The Bill of Fare
Creasing steadily throughout the I were disfranchised during the days of this beautiful flower is evinced in many } Lieut (inspecting mess baUH
next few years Until It becomes the carpetbarori. Here too ia later ways. It has been chosen as the official "What the menu?" 'I

three per cent year, wag enacted legislation ex far state flower and also: as the official symbol f Met Sergeant: "We have a t
For purposes ef taxation/ the act reaching importance in influencing Flor- of both the State Federation of Gar- thousand things to ,eat, IIr.'" ,
Is divided Into two principal parts, ida'g marvelous advancement of today den Clubs and the State Federation of I Lieut: "What are they?"
Title VIII having to do with old Woman's Clubs. f Mea Sergeant: "Besn*."-Ex.w j
age pension, and Title IX havingto

do with unemployment Insurance like the old age pension provision, rate of tax Is levied against the
.
The for
tax old
age pensions it does not apply to any employerwho payroll for the entire year Includes
goes Into effect on the first hire fewer than eight per- bonuses, commissions, and all other :t'
of January 19S7, and is payable
sons. Thus many merchant and form of enumeration, and la
monthly thereafter. That is, a cer-
business men in Sanford will be paid entirely by the employer. The
tain of
percentage all wages and exempt from this tax. employee doe not hive to match .
salaries paid employee during one I
month must be turned over to the Tbe rate for unemployment Insurance employer-contribution for unemployment -
government on the 25th of the following begin lit one per cent for Insurance.
month.Tbroullheut. 1838 (1)I'Ib'In' 1937), raises And so beginning January 1, e .:,
l two percent In 1937 (payable 1937 every employer affected by I ,1:1: Q.10' .'
the year of 1937 the ,/
1938) and to
three per tent in to. the Social Security Act,vest begin : t \
rate of taxation under Title VIII (payable km 1939) and remain* the payment of III en*per Vent ra ; r, <1..1 7. I'
it one per cent for the employer three per cent thereafter. tax on his 1930 llyfl4l1t h frill. tr v -
and !
one per cent for the employee ) t
Every: employer of labor who
come under the Social Security I ;
Act (and that Includes every employer II I
whether he hire one or a

f" farmer thousand,and except housekeeper railroad,)banks Inuit, Plant the Best Seed We'll Help You: ,

pay one per cent ef his moathly

payroll month and to the In government addition he every must Money Can Buy Keep Your

collect from all his employees one .
e per cent of their wake or salaries .
and pay that to the governmentTitle
IX of the Social Security "
Act, hiving to do with unemployment _.
4' Insurance,actually: went Into ;
effect in January of 1.38. On Jan- HOME

UNIT let of IMT, taw levied Plant Burpee's the .
against payrolls\ for the entire ,
:r..r.t I'S' become due and pay-
ble. tike the old age pension pro11Io" Standard of
\'\ unemployment Insurance Quality .
..toe. not apply to railroad, bank, Young and BeautifulW.
farmers or housekeeper. but un-

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Grantham Seed Store D. Horne Co. Inc.
Office !!e.ri: I a. m I* I p. ,

Sundays 9 Ie It 11I.1
Closed Saturday CRATE MATERIALS AND
FRANK L. SKILL Owner
Free Parking Space INSECTICIDES '
+ I Phone II7-J Homestead Florid
1761 N. W. long ST. MIAMI
Homestead, Fla. Phone 22 :
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Friday January 8, 1937 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pair Five

1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllnUWlUlunUUfUIlUi ident; Mra Wm. Turner, aacrttary. .,,revival in a big teat en N. W. way changed to the Over Seal 'taxes totaling JTS.OOO
Mra Thomas Brewer, traa*>I $ecoocl.."t between Kromat Road & TaU Bridge Commission Badly damaged by the 1M)
urer" avenue and First avenue BenrUea with payment ot mo.ooe fo the !hurricane the $30,000.000 elite*.
. 20 Years AgoIIIIIIIIUIUlhI1U1UImuIUIIItUI11hUUlll -"Jamet.M. Powers can down are held nightly at TMS, and both F K. C nuutagement. smog waa abandoned by the railroad
from Miami Tuesday with two Sunday school and preaching sera The remainder of the 110-mile when receivers determined tl
a car loads ot interested ___II- vices art held then on Sunday extension la to be conveyed to the cost of repairs to restore service
era who were ahevm eve the Mr. Moon when II child of nine Florida atate road department in too great to justify the expert,
: prairie aaat of town." was crippled by tuberculosis of return for cancellation of various on the basis of available businem.
; TN. = Iwr w t.... w.an. _"Mn. L. U Bow at HomwVtad the bone and shortly after his
.......... _11..r_ the.....a.I" gave the "M..I."" by vlctrole at. conversion at th* age of It be
M the .... fb.e5.. IIM_ any the M. t Church the Eve ot December says, WM marvelously) heated. He I
; SI. which was highly ap resided at Arch Creek and later
. ; preciated." Preached his first tarnioti at Arch
t Jan 4, HIT. Creek. He has head a number el A GOOD RESOLUTION-
-"Mr*. W. A. Mitchell and two Pastorates but spends moat of hia
r % children returned home Tuesday Evangelist Tells Uma la evangclurtJc work.
after spending the holidays with Of Boyhood Healing While In Homestead Mr. Moon I hereby resolve to
keep car
mechanically
my
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Mr. Mitchell> In Gunnlson Miss la a guest ot J. H. Oodaoaj. pasta
t -"Don J:. Ferrejrra Co. have of the Church of God. and Mn.Dodnon. .
perfect during the and do
Installed electric Ughts." The JUv W. a Moan, Church coming year my
t -"Carl Twcdell had a birthday of God evangelist, eonducting, ait share toward eliminating the terrible accident
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party on Thursday evening."Miss
Grace Polk and Miss VT11 62 Cars of Raw Sugar which may result from car's not being In
my
la Caves spent Sunday with Miss Sent from Clewiston I
f Wllla Morgan." good condition.
t -"Mra. M. M. Massey ot Columbus Clewtaton Jan 7 (FMS)-Tw
.t Qv> U vlaittpt her daughter, solid carloads of W ears of raw -A Motorist.
, Mrs. Joe Burton," .sugar rolled out of here this week I
t -"J. U. Free and Joe Burton {for the refinery at Port Wentworth -
!1 were la Fort Lauderdale on Monday Ca
e taking account of Block inn i I, Each car contained 2S9 baga I
t ofj FOR GUARANTEED REPAIR WORK SEE
their there. raw sugar Six tank cars of
i :-T. Wright and wife are! laaaea by-product of the 'gladesugar i h'WRECKER
1\ : expected to reach Homestead Ina moved aa a separate ahlpvtnt > us SERVICE
r few days when they will move In All wen produced by the
their toe new bungalow on Red- United States Sugar Corporation
,ta'r 1 land road. ., i
-"Mr. and Mra.Bethel WhItehead F, E. C. Sells Over Sea
.
! at the Van Winkle
were guests
home New Year'a, all amending Extension for $715.000
. the concert and dance In GuildHall I Airport GarageN. j jI
' 'p. la the evening" Key West, Jan. 7 (FNS> -r The
e -"The PIoneer Guild held their' Over Seas extension of tho Florida, .
r i Flatlet Avenue Mid Campbell Street
regular meeting Wednesday afternoon I East Coaat Railway an outstandingteat
s and business of Interest was [ of American railway engineering I jI
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!1 transacted also election of ottl., passed Into history this week J. F. RHODES
t own rthp of the 40-mile stretch10t I ;
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,i. : I Good, Cheap Groceries and Meats at West Grocery I j jI



r t Cash Specials for Friday-i: Saturday, Jan. 8th and 9th ; I IJ

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3 [

a t i S RICE WHOLE I GRAIN. 5LBS. 1QC Our Meat DEPt. SUGAR 27C 1 ';

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5 With Order 12.00 J.J -
HAS A NEW MANAGERBob

I M IIL I K 3 tall cans 21C Boyd, whose motto is: FLOUR i 1

"The Public Be Pleased"Give
Best Self
Rising S i

I 0K.: SOAP OR POWDER Him a Trial 5 lb. bag . . 23c

= WHOLE OK HALF 10 lb. bag .. . . .39c i !

5 for tOe LEG LAMB .. .. . .20c 20.IE. bag .75c i
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MEAL the best, 5 Ibse 19C LAMB CHOPS Pound 25C GEORGIA SWEETPOTATOES ,

LBS.
19C I
LARD. 3 LB& 42C Beef Stew, good rib, lb. .10c i
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WESTERN LAKOR BOTTLECATSUP

II I I II 1 LIMA BEANS LBS. 25C BEEF ROAST, lb. . 19c FOR 25C s

I STEAKS Western, lb. 19C :

I GRITS I 5LB& 22C YELLOW CLING tOo VALVE

BACON White plate, 11i.18C PEACISN2Hcan16 1 C I ;

I MATCHES LARGE BOX 4C I I
WIFTSC01BEEFlar8ecan15c PREMIUM t

I SALADDRESSINGqL29cI BimERCoun'yro'U3occream !

full lb. 25C
CHEESE LBS.
2 for APPLES 25C I
CORN FLAKES 15C
oked lb. _.
I SAUSAGE'S 15c :::::::

FOXES BANANAS 3LBS. 12C I
I SALT 7C The Beat Branded Western Beef

C IVk'.a : STEAKS, 'lb. .:.. . 35c
E OVER SEA ENGLISH ONIONS 1 1NO.
MADESAUSAGE 3LBSioc
FRESH HOME
No. 2 Can
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| sYRUP1/zgaIIon35c Fresh M.Chickens P. Walker and Farm Eggs from BERRIES 12IjCI I


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THE LEADER ENTERPRISE m Friday, January_8,1937 ,

,I to cook our supper. bamboo friction. Negro Fruit Thief f- ; i.
!I Since wt had an early supper,wt ,Wednesday night when wt went
I : took a short exploring trip, studied up for drew rehearsal the people Seized by Shanklin ,
HOMPOESTEAD SCHOOL NEWS i stars, drew profiles and made watching said it looked Dni hhr I '
j shadow figures. good. The money take* In ftora Charges against WIHle Allison,

_. .. .. .. ..,.. ..... j Retiring early wt arose to start the tickets will be used to makea Homestead negro who was arrest-
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after permanent
a most tempting breakfast camp ed Monday night by Wm. J. Ge-
1 The Pep Club; members as well i Sixth grade, Doris Kelly, Marjorie which wt broke camp and took a County. ronimo, Florida City marshal, for
as many others from Homestead, Sayre.fifth shore exploring hike about the We are all very much obligedto stealing fruit from Dr. Lloyd C.
j I, attended the basketball game at grade. Sheldon Oho, Ra- Oman islands When we returnedto Mr. Cant for taking us up to Shankiin's grove in Florida City
Ponce de Leon Tuesday night. chel Long and Dorothy Raines. camp again, Mr. Webb Invitedus the stadium Wednesday night and were dropped by Dr. Shanklin
T Fourth grade, Roberta Cowan, to usa the boat After kyacklng for the many other things which Anderson confessed in Justice of
The seniors an sorry to lose one Mildred Greer and Billy Mc and not only exploring but also he has done for us. the peace court Wednesday night
Cready. learning for about two hours Above all don't forget to to
of their classmates Donald Sullivan we go before Sid L. Kendrick, upon the
who got married during the Third grade, Nancy Long. returned to the boat house tired the Miami Stadium Friday and Insistence of Paul Haley his em-
C'hrIItrnaII1oUdaI. Second grade, Shirley Blucher. and weary but also happy, to go Saturday night !, ployer.Dr. .
First grade, Bobble DuBose, home.
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Shanklin with his wife Dr.
to lose Seyms Louise Ocho and Margie Although no other girls from the M. E. Choir Will Give Irene Shanklin, while patroling
The Juniors are sorry
Jeannette Sever during the holi remaining troops arrived, we had Sacred Concert SundayA their grove between 8:30 and 10:00(
Pro.Mr. I a good time and learned much o'clock
Sunday night saw
a coupe
days. Is taking the
Chapman that
they do not know they miss
parked the and his
on edge flashlight
place of the elementary /choo i ed. sacred concert will be pre- -
literature who Is ill. 1 sented at the Homestead Methodist revealed a big fertilizer bag
are
The seniors In Janitor, Mr. McLean
of Mac- Eager to go again, those who Church next Sunday night full of oranges on the seat He
"The Tragedy
I studying went were: Lieutenant Audrey removed the key from the
by the choir under the directionof coupe
beth" by Shakespeare. The Juniors The third and fourth grades
Lucas, captain Ruth Murray of and concealed himself
Irving J. Lyon. A cordial invitation nearby.
also are studying I Shakespearean have been cooling off by making
Redland. Geraldine ReiU, Vida' Soon a negro came out of the
is extended to all to at grove
"The Tempest. their classes.
play, In art
snow men
Clark
Barbara Biggerr and Frank tend. with more oranges. When the negro -
Both classes art making booklets
LUCKS. The will consist of the found the key was gone and
program
on the stories. Mrs. Webb's class Is very proudof
the flashlight was turned full In
numbers
following :
the New Yesr's present offish a
The sophomores sorry.to lose\ bowl and fish. This week the Girl Scouts made Anthem, "Now the Day Is Over" his face he grabbed the bag of.
Mildred Sims who will leave Sunday I designs by folding paper that Solo by Mrs. Wm. Musselwhlte. oranges and feld.
to return to her home in FlorcUe Moomaw has her toy I had a drop of Ink on it Reports' Hymn, "Fairest Lord Jesus" Choir A trail of spilled fruit led. Dr.
Gracevllle. The class welcomes airport al'school to help with the I Of the Matheson Hammock trip Soprano solo, "See Yt the Lord" Shanklin to the' next roadway, ala
Dorothy Aihby from Miami High airplane project I were given. i Mrs. Lewis BrandenbergPiano on his place, where the' bag of
School I Vida Clark Marlon Edmonds and solo ___ Mrs. Russel Elder fruit had been left by the fleeing
Other grades In art have been Ruth Owens who had passed the' Soprano solo ....Mrs. Musselwhlte negro. Later the negro returnedand
Airs. Johnson's geopraphy class drawing funny faces or cartoons tenderfoot tests were Invested Into Antiphony, "The Shepherd Psalm"' was seized by Mr. Geronimo
Is studying the air routes over the from different articles such as the troop. Marion Anthem, .__"A Pilgrim Journey"Alto who had been summoned by Dr.
Pacific and outlining the possessions acorns and coffee pots. was the hostess.BOY Credo ._ 'The Lord's Prayer" Irene Shanklin.
of the United States in the Edw.rd'i Anthem, "Come Unto Me" Choir This Is the fifth negro Dr. Shank.
___._ Mrs. J. D. Redd
Pacific Ocean. Mrs. Edwards' class welcomes Offertory In has found In his grove the past
Geraldine and Peggy Stuardl backIn SCOUT SIGNALS' Several congregational numbers. year, and hit neighbors likewise,
The art classes finishIng Mrs. Russel Elder and Mrs. J. art suffering heavily from
high art '- school. They were In Georgia fruit
marionettes all By Lester Archer H. Webster will play the, accom thieves.
their ,
exceptthe for some time because of Illness of
hair which Is gradually growing a relative. "' paniments.
with the help of the pupils. Well Dopey Dolar and Pot Glennare 1
This week Miss Jackson's class official Boy Scouts now. They Mississippi Preacher c
Memben of the Interior decorating has a good many visitors, whichare passed their tenderfoot Tuesday I To Be Here Sunday
class have started working out none other than Christmas night Mr. Koeitlint also gave :
color schemes for the bed rooms dolls. several pins out to the boys that The :Rev. O. Lee of Gulfport,
of which they art going to paint had brought another scout to the Miss., will preach at the Homestead -
I picture soon. i meetings.We Church of the Nazarene Sun-
I also made plant for the cir day evening. aE
The ninth grade girls In their GIRL SCOUT NEWS cuss You know we have a partIn Last Sunday evening the :Rev.
study of breakfasts have prepared _' the fire building exhibit Ben C. I. Miller of Jackson Tenn.,
broiled bacon, poached egg on AT Bechdol and Paul Rue art to build preached to a large congregationIn ,
CAMP OJU8
SCOUT
toast, eggs In crustade a tripod fire Preston and Harryare this church on "He Went Away
AU Girl Scouts In Dade County going to build a Jinnit fire, SorrowfuL" 8" -
The tenth grade home economics went to camp at Crenyolda Park Jack McMlchael and Dopey Dolor Mr. and Mrs. Miller who were
clan In I study of desserts for dinner December 29 and 30. The Homestead will build a cook fire, and Charles guests of the pastor, the Rev. W.
has prepared lemon chiffon girls were off to an early ,Steffanl and Lester Archer are J. Parker, and Mrs. Parker have General
pit and pineapple mousse. start with all necessary equip to build a pyramid fire. Charlie returned to Tennessee.
ment. Little and Clarence Froscher are -
0 Mr. Blackburn's room is glad Arriving In plenty of time, we going to make fire with flint and "Why does your cook constantlysing Public Utilities'
that Denlezt Morton is able to set up camp, then with Mrs Kldd, steel, Edward KIrby Is going to the scale?"
be back In make fire with bow and "She hears son playing them
school again after having who was to conduct class we spindle my
been out with pneumonia. The had I nature hike laid by some and friction, and Chunk Glenn Is going and thinks they are the latest popu- Homestead Phone IOI-M
t class also welcomes back Mary followed by the others to make fire with Philippine lar songs"Hummel, Hamburg.
Frances Arthur who has been attending After our nosebag lunches, Miss
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Scout mariner taught us to
Mia seventh
Haggard's grade
class welcomes Jimmie McCready. from since we Mr.had Webb received, an kY.Ck'l

The new pupils In the elementary the boat house. After 1937 Auto Tagsat

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_ .u.. Friday, January 8, 1937 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pare Seven 1
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\ Mr. and Mr J. B. Tyler of Albany H. J. Derbyshire, Mr. lAd MnL L Mr. and Mn. Lugli of Boston
Ga., arrived this week to I Freemafl, Mr. aad, Mra. Robert arrived tlasVrweek M spend
spend the winter. 'I Barn, Mr.and Mri Ctarta Qla. the Winter-fcer They are. oc-
In and Ground ton, and daughter, Diana, Mr*. Cupylngi.: naof the Fred Brocktlt
Mn. D. W. Shetzllne who ha I Valentine, Mrs. R. J. Shepherd. cottage ed tenth street.
been staying with her daughter In I Mra. Lucy Clinton Mrs. L. E.
"' New York City arrived this week Fortyth, Mn Margaret Kennedy, Mr. and Mra. Hobart Brockett
Homestead to spend the winter here. Mrs James M. Dobbin, Mn entertained Mr. and Mn William
H. r. Potter Fred Brockett, Fred Ray of Houston, Texas, on Thurs
Carl Field returned Thursday Parlin, and E. Bartholemew. day.
from Lake Mary where h* wentto
---- bring home Mri. Field who had Mia Ruth Painter of Parsons, Jacksonville Sells Its
Mr. and Mn. R. O. Huff announce Mn. Webster's parents, Mr and spent ten day there visiting their W. Va, arrived Wednesday to
the birth of a six and three- Mrs. E. A, Hartsock of Atlanta, son and daughter-in-law the make her home with Mr. and Mra. Garbage Salvage Right
quarter pound ion at the Post and other relatives who spent the Rev. and Mr Howard Field. J. H. Simmons this winter.
Graduate. hospital Tueiday He holidays at the Webster home Mn. Jacksonville, Jan. T (FNS) Anew
has been named Richard Gala I Georgia S. Baugh Mr. and Mn. Mr. and Mn. Gordon King source of municipal revenue
Huff, Jr. I Owen Fouble and Roger Sonn r moved from Miami to Homestead Mrs. t J. Rhodes and Mra. M. was disclosed when announcement
of Baltimore, left last week for last week. Mr. King Is now employed a Ingraro, who are staying in Miami was made here that a contract bad
I at present, spent Monday and been entered Into
Atlanta where the Baltimore group with a aalvsgsconcern
the Brooker Lumber
by
Mr*. C. N. Henderson pioneer here.
Princeton resident, moved last will visit before returning home., Company. Tuesday which will pay the city
$24,300 for garbage salvage right
weeks to Miami where she will I Mr. and Mrs., Jack; Cohernourand during the next three
make.,Jier.home.J' Mr. and Mr. T. F. Floumoy of Mr. and Mrs. David Louder- Albert W. Herman:yean.executivesecretary
FLORIDA CITY
.. Fort Valley, Ga., and their daughter milk left Tuesday for their homes of the Harvester Corporation
'. Mr*. J. T. Pierce and /her daughter Miss Harriet, and son, Tom Mrs W. W. Srrery, Correspondent In West Virginia. They spent the stated that the contract-
Mr*. Oscar Martin, of Macon Jr., spent Tuesday with Mr. and Chrlatmaa vacation her. means the establishment of a new
Ga. spent lait week-end In Homestead Mr*. J. H. Webster.
Mrs. Daniel Haberlandt and ion industry for Jacksonville. Old
as guest of Mr. and Mn 'f.1..1JarriL. The Ladles'Aid
of the Community material of value la
of Irvington, N. J., arrived Mon salvaged from
Mn. Harris la I Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Wheat and Church
for with Mrs. Haberlandt' held its January meetIng clothes, paper bottles and other
day a visit ;a
children andd Mr. and Mn. E. E.
niece -of Mn. Pierce. at the
home of
Carter and childern, aU of Miami father W. F. A. Robertson, Wednesday Mrs. Lucy Hole city trash by experienced opera I
and her brother-in-law and sister afternoon. tors.
Mr. and Mn. H. W. Ashby and spent Sunday with Mr. and Mn. t
thejr .daughter Dorothy, movedto E. J. DyaL. Mr. and Mn. Rudolph Matt ..
Homestead from Miami Thursday son,
and have taken an apartmentIn Mr*. Wm. E. Castelberry of Win-
Mra. Peter Johnson's residence.Mr. ter Park the former Miss Gwen Fred Parlin arrived last week GUARANTEED USED CARS
Ashby has resumed his connection HIner, expect to leave today after from West Charleston Vt, to
with Redland Appliance spending a week with Mr. and spend the winter at hla home on -
stead High School Mn. W. J. Clark and their daughter -l Eleventh street. I

and Dorothy U attending! Home- Miss Ellen Huff I I
Miss Clara M. Roat of Hollyhlll, 1933 Ford Tudor-Mechanically good

J. C. Wright, brother of Mn. The Rev. Fred W. Carter of 1'1a.. spent several days here last ,
Chat. T. Harper who rushed here West Palm Beach and his children, week as a guest of Mr. and Mn.' clean looking.
last week from his home In Kings- Virginia and Charles William, Edward StlUn,. I
port Tenn, to be near his liter spent New Year's Day here
In the hour oi her hereavement, with Mr. Carter1 father Dr. Wm. Mr. and Mn. E. Jones who have 1933 Ford Fordor Good condition
returned home Wednesday. J. Carter, and returned the next been Visiting Mr. and Mrs. David ,
day. Mr. Carter I* stamp clerk In Snow left Sunday for their homeIn well taken care of.
Mn. Landon Carney Is expected the West Palm Beach post office. North. Branford, Conn
to be brought home this weekend I Iva
from University Hospital In Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Benbow of Hanoi Whitman of Elkins, W. 1933 Ford
Rumble
Coral Gables where she underwent Wlnston-Salem N. C., cousins of ., arrived Monday to spend the I Coupe seat, mo-

a major operation Monday.Mr. Mr. and Mn. W. J. Clark, arrived winter here. I tor checked
last week to spend the winter over-good shape.

and Mrs. Dexter Horne are and are living In the Dexter Home Mr. and Mn. Wm. E. Blrdsey of
noyr living in an"apartment In the house in Flake Manor. Connecticut have taken an apart:
Horne building.Mrs. ment in the Robertson house for' 1933 CHEVROLET Coach with trunk
Jack Krome left Wednesday for the winter.A .
Robert Glenn Jr, returned New' Smyrna where he Is attendingthe I I -Well treated, motor good, clean
from Hollywood last week bringing Indian River Preparatory party of New Englanders and
with her Robert III who was SchooL He bas been spendingthe their friends enjoyed a picnic dinner looking.
born in Hollywood/ Nov. 18 at the holidays with his mother, MM. at Royal Palm State Park on
home of Mrs. Glenn's parents, Mr. W. J. Krome. New Year's day. .Those present
and Mrs. C. C. Moates.L were: Mr. and Mn. Ralph Des. 1933 CHEVROLET Coach-New paint
Ben Pulley who spent the toll- mond Me. and Mn. Wm. Blrdsey,

P. McLean returned last night days with his mother, Mr*. A. Vlc- Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Brockett, -motor worked over-tires good-
from the Dade County hospital cellie left last week for Durham, the Rev. and Mn. Ceo. Deuel,
where he had been for a week N. C., where he is attending Duke Mr. and Mn. David Snow, Mr. new floor mats.A
while X-ray examinations were University. and Mrs. E. Jones, Mr. and Mn. .

being made.
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Few Cheaper Used Cars at All Prices-

The Rev. and Mn. A. A. Koest-

line are entertaining Mn. Koestline's Remember our used cars are put In good condition
grandmother Mn. Roselln,
Friddle of Selma, Ind., and Mn.I in our own shop and. when we say guaran-
Frlddle's and daughterinlaw '
son
teed that.
we mean Just
Mr. and Mn. Ralph ;
of Summltville, Ind., who arrived,
yesterday. They plan to go deep-
tea fishing today.

..M,.. Benjamin Frantz of Elizabeth BIRD CHEVROLET COMPANYPhone

N. J., arrived Monday for
a visit with her brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. L risk. .,T 98 Homestead, Fla,

Miss! Anne Louise MacWilliams
of Jacksonville spent Thursdayand
Friday of last week with Mr.
and Mra. J. E. Gauzena.: HARRY'S WELDING SHOP


Mr. and Mrs. Lester Coker arrived PRINCETON, FLA.
, Saturday from Mississippi to
: spend the winter here with Mr. Portable Electric and Acetylene Welding ea Cylinder. Blocks,
Coker uncle and aunt, Mr. and Cylinder Heads, Alumlaaa Casting am! Bolters.
Mn. W. D. Coker. Mr. Coker who
: has spent-the part two yean -In Automotive MacUa lepairlng-Catering te game la mala

Homestead was married on July Foe man ties 40 ...., Armour's bearing. pouring and allfaed reaming connecting rod pouringad
25 to MOM Wills Jones of Forest ftnitimn hn been w4 niDtm baring and cylinder boring
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: 'Page Eight THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday, January 8,1937
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i Tweed, tile CIlIUM Democratic Lion el the A U-Slooa I. 'dress League siUicW state that
executive committee and other I which I* scheduled to be held the convention will formulate
t The Redh Rattler citizens, Mr. Redd was appointed 1 ruary U to March a.AluwCll"tb I'Ob-1.| comprehensive program of antiliquor I
1 county commissioner by the governor Bishop Win N. education, organization and
BT matin HAtEJflSS: la 1831, when It became apparent Macon wU make the keynote :Illation.Cucumber .
I that Mr. Tweedell'a Illness
Miami Edison: basket ball team refreshments were eeJo1e4 by would prevent him from servingthe
will play Radian High In the Re*. all term to which be was elected I
land gymnasium at I a/clock tonight Monday Pee SS. the chapter Mr. Twtedell died later in the same
; The Redland P.-T. A. weal on the fishing trip to SoaksCreak. year.Mr. j
. team it scheduled ta play a Ctrl*' The bo't.714 until Radd was first elected to I
team 11 another feature of to Tuesday evening then they left for office in 1933 and was re-etected Seed
, night's program. The 4-H girls ,Jew Fish Creek. They finished for each succeeding: two-year term
will sell uad1. 'there sad left for borne Wednesday thereafter until 1WM when be
morning. announced be would not be a can
"Spring Frolics". t two-hour entertainment Members who went on the trip didate. After a two-year vaca-
,, of black were: Fred Vlhlen. Walter Thompson tion, he gain ran for the office
fact minstrel consisting skits comedy and OzeU Douberly Warren Wood. last year and was reelected.The .. KHgore's) New Improved Long Green and Improved
musical reading, will be presentedon Billy; Campbell, Larry Holt George seemly commission Is now
Thursday Jan. SI. In Redland OrunweU Willis Baxley Alvin composed a* follow Chas K. Stays Green r.
Prothero, Richard Crawahaw and Crandon, Cecil Turner and J. Lamar -
20 membersof
school auditorium by
1 school Mr and Mrs. M. A. Baker. Paxson, who were re-elected; ;0;
the high public: speaking
clan. Miss Elinor Payne. Eng Visitor were: Mrs. K. C. Beefy N. P. Lowry, who succeed W. Cecil The two very best varieties for this section.
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and Watson installed Clerk
lish and public speaking instructor Mrs. Cora M. Davis and newly
daughter, Sarah. of the criminal court; and Mr.
la the director. and have
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They They
are green stay green.
I Redd. One of Its first act atj,
The admission money will be .
dramatic the organization meeting Tuesday been bred-up to a market length and
i
used to buy snake-up REDDContinued was to grant $1.200 to the Redland proper

I material for future and plays other, thing headed i for Wttriet financing Improvement the IWt Dade Association I I shape, and will bring a premium on any mar

( from Page I) Coun.1
t Lucille Drlgger and Aroma Mrs. Nellie Bush of O to ty appoint Tropical Mr.Fair Lowry building I 1 ket Also we have! A & C Long Green, Stright r
j Sorrell are the only girl to pass reappointed public ulclaIfII'1 superintendent of the court house:
I the tenderfoot tact this.week. reta".. with no remuneration other than,' 8, Early Fortune and many other varieties. "
: R-Jit'. With the exception of i his salary as commissioner fol-"
: The following program will be term Just completed; by H.th owing aa offer made by Mr.Lowry
presented by Mill Shirley Htirknea .I ,' \
Cook Mr. Redd served continuously to take over the building superinindent's I'I
ninth grade girl In chapel since 1021 u commissioner! duties.AntiSaloon. I
this morning- opening exercise, from the fifth district KILGORE SEED CO.TEL. .
S Amma Sorrell; songs by Miss Mr. Redd served his first term I I j
Fisher and school; reading "Out by appointment. His friend, W.I II League to I
Folks*. by Amelia Jarman; piano Tweedell of Homeitead. was! Meet in St. Petersburg (I Ilonestesd. Ha. Free Delivery tIIIIIIIilllllllllllilIIIlIUIIRIIIIIIIIIIIWIII1JtitllIIIIUI
solo "Doll's Dream," by Jane elected U the office in 1930. but I I i i'to
Robinson, reading "The New never served due to an nines with I St Petersburg, Jan. 7 (FNS) St.
,, Baby" by Grady Cowan, one act which he was taken soon after Petersburg has been selected for
play, "And So It Goes," by Ws- ward. At the request of Mr.I I"I the twenty-ninth annual -I
nets Searcy and hut Caaoa; '' .
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by reading Stanton, "The Beck Bold-Headed, accordion Man selections "1= { { { [ { IIIIIIII1111111111111111illllllllllllllll111111lIUIIGI1111 I I mUl1ll1ll1l1ll11l1ll1U11l11l1l1ll1ll11ll1l11l1l1l1l1l11l1l( ( 1t3! r

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the ..-Ung before la"be The New Ford is Her.Our Used _
members planned fishing trip = 1 .
to Snake Creek to begin Monday : Car Stock Has Increased' H
\ Dee. 21. and last until Dec. 31. :
,r At that meeting Mr. and Mr*. : '
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Holllster Sage were our welcome :== .
. gucita. Mr. Sage presented some : J
specimen for our museum. The i I' TO MAKE ROOM fOR ADDITIONAL NEW 3 (
! Included the follow. : _

.( some dating petrified back wood.to IS an tI aged, a !: TRADEINSVE. ARE OFFERING A REAL g [' A

, film of nails made from I horse := .
' \ by hand, several arrow head : USEDCARSALE. P.RICESTIIATCANNOTBE
" the northern part of the country : "
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a ring made from a man's : : \
styn-bone during the civil war :I BEAT QUALITY CONSIDERED. I
of IttbrraMH by Mr. i
apiece S -
father and a piece of very :- E
Ck rhlnocerous bide. Mr. Sage i
fill 0 gave us some other specimens : 1936 DE LUXE TUDOR, "EXTRA CLEAN" ... .. ....,)63.00
our museum Including parts of i== 53

., Sage lame was historical thanked buildings for what he had Mr. :i= 1935 DE LUXE TUDOR see for yourself.__.._.._ $425.00 a e

the chapter == f1 t. h ..' e
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jiVfter the meeting; had adjourned '1935 TUDOR, (81\'& last at ___............._.__... $399.61) .
] Mr Sage told some stories, and i;

!:== 1935 FORDOR SEDAN with Radio __.__._ $445.00
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MRS. DONALD SULLIVAN IS GIVEN I MRS. WM. DUNLOP ENTERTAINS SOUTH i
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; ... BRIDAL SHOWER IN FLORIDA CITYA I I DADE GARDEN CLUB IN SILVER PALM I

Jan. Episcopal Woman' Aux- -
A miscellaneous bridal shower Jin. Joe Doxsee, Mr*. Elbert iliary meeting with Mr*. Edw. Twenty-aeven were present to served by the hostess !

.' wa given for Mrs. Donald Sullivan Froscher, Mr*. Gertrude Shores, Stiling at 3 p. m. enjoy the program of the South Mn. H. J. Brocket it wa an- '
t I, the former Miss Jeanette Mrs Lucy Clinton Mn. Clyde Jan. 11-Redland District Ministerial Dade Garden Club at the ban of nounced will entertain the club on
Schrader, Mr*. James Dixon, Mrs. Association pot luck luncheon Monday, Jan. II.
Sever, by her cousin, Mrs. L B. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Duntop In 8Uver -
0. Kennedy, Mrs. Oscar Clonlnger meeting In First Baptist Present beside those named
I Branch and Mr*. George Bardm. Mrs L. J:. Delta, Mrs. C. D. Wilson, Church Sunday. school building *t Palm Monday afternoon.Mr were: Mn. Annie Butler Mrs
at the home) ot her aunt, Mrs J. S. Mr J. W. Cave. Mrs. A. B Law 1149.: *. Oeo. E. Deuel opened the Mrs Lucy Clinton Mrs. Cha
Cave, In Florida City yesterday ham, Mn R. H. Worley, Mn. L. R. Jan. 11-Pot luck supper meetIng program with a New Year prayer Clinton Mrs. Margaret Kennedy,
J afternoon. Cut flowers decorated Becker, Mrs. Shores Miss Iretta of Homestead Business and for the club and Its member, Mn. A. r. Potter Mrs Jas. Me.Cready. -
the room BlIthe! Misses Mosley, Melba and Professional Women's Club at Mn. a J Shepherd the president, Mrs J. McCreedy, Mrs.
I After the gift bad been opened Elizabeth Sever, Miss Wlllela Bul- home of Mr*. C. L. Ooley at 6.30 read I paper on garden flower Harry Wolfe, Mr*. N. Q. Ball Mrs.
t by the bride and admired by the lard Mill Bonnie Belle Myers,Mill p. In. and their arrangement and Mr*. Once Smith. Mrs. Emma Cheney,
i( ether prevent, I Jumbled ward- Mary Adam and Miss Nella Saul Jan. 11-Ministerial associationpot I... M. Dobbin read I paper on Mrs. H. C. Reed, Mr*. J. T. Ronrer
!'/' robe contest wa* held. Mrs. John Gifts were received from Mrs.I luck supper in Baptist Sundl1l the growing of coffee. Mr*. Ceo. Mr Wm. M. John, Mrs Walter
'Ii Miller and Mr*. B. Thompson M. Sllverman Mr*. J. Becker, Mn. School building at T E. Reed gave several reading In Freeman Mrs J, M. rroscher,
to were the prize winner A. Kesslnger, Mn B. F. Collier Jan. IS--Ladle1 night at Homestead eluding verse the bad written Mn. Hollister Sage. Mn Martha
Bridge sandwiches, olive and Mn. Burley Dend., Mrs. Roy I Rotary Club. for the garden club.A McIClnney Mr*. B. McKinney,
it Iced tea wen served. Neill Mr*. Edw. Siding, Mr Tom Jan. 18-W. M. U. meeting In I delightful refreshment tours Mrs. H. J. Derbyshire, Mrs Ralph
"1 Present beside those named Cohernour, Mrs. A. B. Chapman Baptist Church at S p. m. of Scotch cake and tea made according I O Desmond and Mr*. Joel J. Rob.
I II
were Mr*. Carl Phillips Mrs. R. Mrs J. B. Coh. hour, Miss Alice Jan. 14-Redland Ladle Aid to the English plan was tnson.
if;. W. Munini, Mr*. Clyde Neill, Mrs I Macomber, Miss bigeborg MatUon meeting at 1:30 p. m.
L. B. Deltt, Mrs. Cha Clinton and Mia Mildred Sullivan Jan. 14-Woodmen's Circle Installation -I HOMESTEAD'S YOUNGER SET SPENDS 11
services.
NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCING IN LIONS DEN }
Jan. IT-Meeting ot directors of
Ii HOMESTEAD CLASS OF 1936 HAS PICNIC Redland District Young People'

AT ED'S PLACE AND DANCE AT CLUBHOUSE Union In Baptish Church at I p.m. A New Year dance was given for ster Mill Emily Payne!, Miss Nina j}
Jan. IT-O. E. S. school of Instruction the younger et ot the Hedland Pearl Bush Min Mary Grace
I John Walton Edwin :
English ,
In Homestead.
District at the Lion Den on
A reunion party for the class Fern Robertson, Mill Lois Walker, Jan. -Meeting of South Dade Lawrence Billy GeronImo, Joe :
ofl938 of"Homestead High School Otha Hackler, Harry Bronw, Nel- Garden Club at home of Mrs. H. Thursday night of last week by Huau, Carl Dedcn John Whlchard ,
I son McCourtney Clarence fro. J. Brockett In Florid City, at 11 Mr*. E. L. Lawrence Mr*. Bevo Archer Smith Theodore Frank- !
the O.
Friday night by
wa given
cher, Bobble Cave. D. H. Del- p. m. Webb, Mr*. W. K. Walton. Mr*. lIn Albert Rettt, Jack Krome '
''' T. Club, girl of the class, at Ed', linger, Edwin Lawrence Clayton Jan. 19-W. M. S. circle meetIng J. W. English Mr*. Carl Deden Billy Arthur., Francis Irwin, John j
Place southwest of Florida City. Lehman John Frederick, Aubrey *. Mr. Wm. J. Geronimo and Mr*. Fredericks Pierre McDanlel. Win- ,
Dancing at the Homestead Country Cheshire,Theodore Franklin,Tommy Jan 20 Presbyterian Aux- Joseph Huau. fred Owens, Marvin Pritchard, Ed (f
Club followed the picnic supper.r Motfett Whitney Beam J. B. Wary meeting with Mrs. a Y. BurrIn The building WM decorated with Verano, Chas. Elchenbrrger, Jack
Class memben present were: Clonlnger, Myron Grennell and Gould at ISO p. m. ballona and streamer Hat*, horns Gatlln. Harry Brown, Dan Livingston .I;
Miss Leola .Little. Miss Marjorie Richard Mattwn. Jan. 20-American Legion Auxiliary and noise maker were given as Phillip Topplno, Earl
Sullvajv Miss Virginia Hodge, Quest present were: Miss Mary meeting la Legion hall at favor Smith, Edw. Watkins James .
Mill Jean Parman. Mia Ruth Adam. Mis Merely Sever Miss 7.30: p. m. ; Those present Included: Mr. and Glbbe, Tommy Collins, John Rob-
f Tower Mia Annie Ma Booth, Betty Bowen, Min Haul Pennington Jan. ai--"Spring Frolics" In, Mrs Huau, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence erta, Carson Malcolm and Robert \
Mill Mary Moon. Miss PrlacUl James Redd and Douglass Redland school auditorium at ( Mrs English ,Mr*. E. J. Clausen
Tread Mill Melba Sever, Miss .Tower. p. set, Dyal Mia Ann McConnell Miss I
Jan. 2 -Rain or Shine luncheonmeeting Peggy Edwards, Miss Betty Bow
MM. H. r. POTTER HOSTESS
PROGRAMS ON ANGLO-SAXONS ARE GIVEN with Mrs. C. J. Parman. en. Mill Mary Hanson, MIN Faye TO Gao"PNUDAI:
IH' Jan. 30 Third annual Pres Roger Mill Barbara Done, Miss
-.- A3VTHREE: BAPTIST W. M. U. MEETINGS ident's Birthday Ball at Homestead Helen West Mia Wesley Sever, Mrs. K F. Potter entertained at
Country Club. Miss Jane Gatlin. Miss Henrietta tea Wednesday evening at her t
-- Jan. 31-Redland District Young Hartman Miss Marcia Gauaena, home in Florida City Mr. and Mn.
W. M. V. Circle One had a program the leader Mn. Catherine Pick People' Union meeting In Episcopal Miss Esther Coldren Miss Eliu-: a B. Snow Mr*. Ja*. M. Dobbin. ;
at the home of Mr*. L. W. ard and the topic from the subject Church at 0:30 p. m. beth Skill Miss Virginia Hodge Mrs R. J. Shepherd and the Rev. .j'

Knight Wednesday followed by for the day, "The ADalo-Sax-1 Feb. 2-W. M. S. meeting in Miss Jan KeeJe), Mia Alta Web-, C a Nelson.Children. {
surprise. social hour during which on People," were given a* follow:1 Methodist Church at 3 p. m. r ___ I
the hostess served punch and "Who Are the Anglo-Saxons' by' Feb. 3-W. M. U. circle meetIng -I
cooklo Mrs a E. Edwards; "The Anglo-, *.
,. The program consisted of two Saxon of the Gospel" by Mrs. Julia TakePalatable
songs Scriptural tenon and prayer Polk; "The*> Chosen Race" by Dixie Drug.
Mn. Mrs. Hollister Sage, "In What Way
by Knight, and the following
Those present were: Misses Iva: 1
Are We Debtors by Mn. A. D.
talk: "People" by Mrs L. A. and Nina DyaL Mia Virginia Tonic
Smith, and "Saving Anglo-Saxon 1
Wise
"Who
; Are the Anglo-Sax-
Prick, Miss Marcia
ens'" by Mn. Pete Morgan; "Ang America" by Mrs. T. D. rich. Mrs. Alto Webster, Miss Gauzens Jane Keeley Miss:I il.s..e a..w..v i
lo-Saxon and the Gospel" by Mrs. B. F Collier made the closing
Mia Nina Pearl Bush and Miss
Without
Frank Irwin; "A Chosen Race by prayer. 1 West RICH SOURCE OFVITAMIN Fussing
( Mrs. Cheslay Saunders; "We Are Those present were; Mn. Harry' A
Debtors" by Mrs. Morgan; "Ang Hall Mrs. J. M. Forte, Mn. S. H JANE PACE CELEBRATES ----
lo-Saxon America" by Mn. C. R. Fitch Mrs. T. C. Shackleford, Mrs. HER NINTH BIRTHDAY Rwzfflyr
FurnishesVitamins
Melo-Malt
.} Bigger; and "Mountain Mission*" Ida Hall, Mnt W. E. Callahan Mrs Jan Gurllne Pace celebrated l .1
by Mrs. W. a Myhlck. The pro. Collier, Mn. Polk. Mn. Smith, her ninth birthday Wed-
gram wa closed with sentence Mn. Sage, Mrs. Pickard, Mr*. nesday afternoon at I party at Halibut Liver Oil A, It and D

: prayer Piche Mrs. Laura Davis of her home on South Krome avenue.

f Mrs. Irwin It wa announced, Wrlghtaviile, Ga., Miss Mary Brad- Contest and game were enjoyed.The CAPSULES (Pink)
l will be the next hostess. ley and Mrs. Van Marter. guest Included Virginia Children need plenty of

Circle Two vet with Mrs. 1:. L. Walker Elizabeth Petersen Shirley nourishment to keep them
Cawieno at her borne on Mowry NINA BtLLARD HAS Danny, Eleanor Cay Lucille $1.00 growing strong and sturdily
street After the devotional by BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION and Llndaey Lancaster, Doris Ada ',) They need plenty of VitaminsA
r. Mr*. Lawrence Mr.Bert Andrews The thirteenth birthday anniversary Dodson. Barbara Jeao Smith, B and D W assure sounder
led In prayer. Mr*. T. E. Kirby of Nina Bullard WM celebrated Crtetj Terberg. Louis Murray bone and teeth, and greater
talked on "People, Mrs. Henry Friday afternoon at II Mr*. and Wlllard Flfield and Mrs. resistance to common Illnesses.
Olsen spoke on "Who Are the I party given by her mother Mn. Gay.
Anglo-SaxoneT" and Mr*. Andrew I r. C Bullard. at her home in Me- Supplement the filet with
on "A Chosen Race1. Mr*. J. a I pun Manor. Croquet and other Melo-Malt This I* I delightful
Chamblia made the closing prayer I outdoor game were played and Ho rton's 1 tasting tonte has honey-
i cake and punch were wrved. like flavor that children take
CARE
Those present included: Mrs Or I Present...: Marjorie Lewis, COUGH DROPS without whimpering. ,
France Lamb, Wanetta Koestllne,
frazier, Mrs. Chambllss, Mn. Kirby -
Mr*. Andrew, Mrs. Olsen and Patsy Leach, and WUlella tad Nina fJ and BeautyTrue You can even spread Melo-
Bullard.
Mn. Lawreaee. 5C
P&I. Malt en bread like Jam!
Circle Three will bold it* meet. I -
Ing Tuesday afternoon at the home UK-DEB CLfB MEETS beauty demandsthe
I beat of care it all Meat-Malt I* I combination
of Mn. J. Tom Vann. .AT WEST nOD
of sod liver oU and malt Thus
Mr*. A. J. Van Matter wa bow The Sub-Deb Club met at the time Whether you
tea to CIrcle Four at her home on home of Mis Helen West on it. W. wish I wave a facial you secure In this preparationthe
North Krome: avenue. The Royal Fifth street Wednesday night Refreshments a manicure or any of Vitamin A and D ef cod 1
liver oil and the Vitamin B of
service lesson wa presented by were enjoyed at theDANCE the other essential aids fresh strawberry
to beauty, :you'll find gem made us Cream malt
the skilled operator at I Ir
It'* Beauty Parlor Mela-Malt Is cold only at
SAIETT
Regular Saturday I ready to serve you I L wsjjtea DRUG STQlt Recall Drug Store where you
Night Dance-&y. quickly any time. always "Save with Safety"

January 9th. CresjBunsele Spin and I

Music by MIAMI UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA CesWaatlosPERMANENT WAVES I

CIllCKEX AND STEAK DINNERS FOR PARTIES ITRNIIIED: Prices $5, $6 $7
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HOMESTEAD COUNTRY CLUB I PARLOR' Rexall Drug Store

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Pare Ten_ THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, January 8, 1937

i MRS. W. II. GRAVES HOSTESSTO FOODS OF INDIA ARE SERVED INDIA z

The PRESBYTERIAN Presbyterian Auxiliary AtXIUART held FASHION AT INTERESTING SUPPER 'I

[ Social EventsJUNIOR II a Bible study meeting at the home : [
of Mn W. H. Grave on Avocado
drive Wednesday afternoon Mn The' food of In ball and luchhj Mr. and Mrs.
R. E. Trotter discussed Worship'' meat -wert served CampbelL Parker,
and Mn A. T Arthur talqed on In true India fashion to the' Mr. and Mn Milford Lee, Mr. and
young people of the Homestead Mrs. Uli'le Free Mrs. Stella Cham-
"God In Life
Every Day
WOMAN'S CLUB WILL SPONSOR The next meeting will be a mission Church of the Nazarene at an India ben Mia Ruth Frederick, MU
PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONThe study meeting with Mrs. R Y. I supper given by the Rev. W. J. Carlotta Ames, Miss Christine\ 1W.
Burr In Goulds. "Congo Crosses." Parker, pastor of the church and Campbell, Mia Manors Campbell .
-- a book on Africa, will be dlocun-i Mrs. Parker, a farmer mission Miss Evelyn Chambers, Mist 10III
Junior Woman Club of Mr and Mrs. Oxford. I worker In India Carolyn Campbell, Min Valeria
Homestead made plan Monday Mrs. Waber, Mrs. Ovid Sullivan ed.Thorn present were: Mrs. J. R'I I I The feast was held at the home Campbell Mia Marree Borgardt, sit
evening to sponsor In Homestead and Mrs. J L. Bird were appointed I Hickson. Mrs. H. S. Wolfe. Mn of Mr. and Mrs. J E. Campbell. Thomas Lee Campbell, Leroy 1:3
Hi third annual celebration of I a* a social committee for January A. S. Darling, Mn D P Blake The food were served on the Clyde and Kenneth Chambers,
the' President birthday The ball Member present were: Mrs.I Mrs C Ben Plummer, Mr*. R C.1:I I floor, and the guests ate with their Donald McKay, William Chambers
will be held at the Homestead Mrs. Herbert Turner, Mrs Jackson Mrs. Paul Haley tin finger and Fred and John Borgardt
('.untry Club on Jan. 30 and the',I Walker Mrs. Burley Dendy, Mrs. B. E. Oatlln Mra A. A. Payne.I J
I proceeds will an In the past be L. B! Danny, Mrs Bruce Ennl, I Mrs. Arthur Mrs. Trotter Mr
used for ('rippled chIldren. Mrs. W. B. Cave. Jr.. Mn Bird Burr, Mn Graves. and four visItori Western T-Bone Steak Dinner Me Chicken Dinner Tie
Miss Pearl Whitakei Miss Alice I Mrs. Buchanon Mrs. Hardln Mrs I II Mrs. C. J. Merren Mrs. Tel Regular Dinner 50o Vegetable Plate lOcI .
Hobson and Mr H. T. Oxford were John. Mrs. Kufeldt, Mn Perkins. ale Qulllln Mn Emily Sorenton All Kind of Home-made Sandwiches
appointed to make arrangement, Mrs. Oxford, Mrs. Joel J. Robin- I and Mrs. HalT J. Walsh I
for the dance. other committee I ion Mrs, Walasr. Mn Sullivan Green: Lantern RestaurantADJOINING 101
me: publicity Mrs. Wm. M. John, Mn. Shaw, Mia Marguerite Wol-
MRS. McDANIEL GIVEN HOTEL RFDLAND a.U
Mrs. J. D. Perkins and Mr. Hunter -: lam Miss Bradley Misses Alice
HANDKERCHIEF SHOWER T.Pr
Hnrdin; ticket. Mr. Marvin:land I Grace Hobson, Min Pearl Mrs. II P. McDaniel was givena
Shaw Mr. Fred Kufeldt and Mia I Whitaker and little Maxine Walk 81'
handkerchief shower in honorof
Mary Bradley; decoration, Mr*. I er. Miss Katherine Kllllnger wa her birthday at the luncheon
E A. Buchanon Mrs. R.
O Wai- a visitor
given the Rain or Shine Club
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by Mr, Lee H. Lehman at her Norge RefrigeratorsNorge RangesAND t

EASTERN STAR OFFICERS ARE INSTALLED, home Tuesday afternoon 6.
I I t'Wr E A. Hert ock, mother of" the
AND COMMITTEES APPOINTED FOR YEAR
Mrs. J H Webster, Mn Georgia Su
t Baugh and Mr Owen Fowble nu
Stock of Small Electric AppUancriREDLANDAP.
Complete
Installation of officer of Ad W M. 8. PLANS were guest: Su
Aitra chapter of the O E. S. of I FOR ZONE MEETINGA Member present were: Mn Co
Homestead took place at the annual tone meeting of the Woman'sMissionary Helen Hackler, Mrs. Carl Dedtn Su
meeting of the chapter in theI. Society will be held in Mrs. Frank B. Rue Mrs. Edw. LI N.CE be,
O. O. F. hall on Dec. 31. Mr the Homestead Methodist Church Stillng. Mrs. Frank Skill, Mn C.I "f" He

Ceo W. Turner, Jr, retiring Monday from 10 o'clock till 2. J. Parman Mr*. McDaniel, Mrs. ZM N. Krome Avenue Homestead. Florida Fr
worthy matron, mad the addrenof I.Webster Mrs. Lehman and Min fir\
welcome, and at it* conclusion plans for this meeting were Rose die
Mn W. B. Cave to her nude at a business meeting of the Cave:
presented a Homestead W. M. S. in the church -------..--.. .....---._n'. __'n'hn 1ft
past matron Jewel, the gift of the
ihapter I Tuesday. The Rev. A. A. Koest-
line led the devotional and made ellI
Mrs. Anna Anderson of Hialeah I
a talk on "Some of the Thing We
sin of Mrs. Bob Harris. the new
: Should Think of at the Beginning Sl>
worthy matron, wa the Installing
of a New Year" Mn J. E. Davis ':4
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rfii or. She was assisted by I
made the closing prayer. Mrs. p. of
Mis Annie butler, mArshal; Mrs.
B. Bird the president, O'c
V\' M 81.ul1"y.I I plain\ and Mr*. I presided
vie
'I'ue mi 1Ist.lIIt matihul | Others present were: Mn Leo
Porter, Mr. C D. Eaker, Mrs. of
Mrs. 1.loyd Dcitz sang Mn i
Sam Davis, Mrs. A. S. Moye. Mrs. IIIJIDo
Joseph Elder and Miss Mary Grace I
I Tilde\ Williams Mrs. E. S. Cap-
English I played a ntano duet and
Miss English|;: played a solo, : linger, Mr*. Oeo. Ranaoo, Mra to
John William. Mrs. I D. Redd,
The' "ffu', installed were: Mn. Mrs. C.
| M. Olbbs, Mn O. L. Sho- t
Han Is, worthy matron; Qeo W.Turner j waiter, Mn C Bently, Mn .
Jr. worthy patron; Mia!1 Dan William, : J. A. McNelll;
lit !"H Ivwptston. associate ma- Mrs. Bill Nolan Mrs. F. FleltasI .
t tiua. R.tI 1 ph I Moon associate pa-I I Mrs. A. B. Slagel, Mrs. Mollie Winigate I
t h on MM Alice Macomber, coji- N,
Miss Jennie Lobdell, Mrs Latest Creation In
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dartr'evu: M" Albert Meybem a. Casper Williams ml4o
'.M 'Late cundu I id.,.s*; Mrs Wm. M.
.I"hn*, *tc ctary: Mrs. Rudolph ?yr f r j RESORT GLOVES pre
M..ttson. t"surer; Mrs. W. H.:I O. E. S. OFFICERS 7:3:

Sakes, chaplain| Mrs. Diet, organist : ATTEND MIAMI MEETINGTen 00 tee
: Mil J. B. Hardee, marshall members of the Past Ma- 1
\: Miss France Dabney Adah: I I Irons and Past Patron Club of
Miss Thelma Turner Ruth; Mrs.J | District 29 of the O. E S. attended Iarc
W. English, Esther; Mrs. R. W. a meeting held in Miami Wednesday
Mullin. Martha, Mr W. B. Flowers night Ad Astra Chapter wa C-O-O-L. That means comfortable Sw
Electa; Mrs. G R. Oldendorf represented by Mr. and Mrs. A. R. gloves for the re- Pre
warder and Cha Turner sentlMl Mrs. W. M. ,
; Livingston Bradley Jut
Designed to pleasethe
Mrs. Oeo. W. Turner, Jr., and Miss sorter. me
At the first meeting of the year Helen Livingston and Naranja, most discriminating:,

held Friday night in the hall the Chapter by Mr. and Mr*. W. O. W \-, these are of string and mesh, CI
fallowing committee were appointed Talbott, Mr. and Mn. Clinton II
I in the pull-on styles.
popular 1'Pat
by Mn Harris for chapter Pepper and Mn F A. Fennel r 1
activities: finance, Mrs. Harold I White and pastel colors,
Sheffield, Mn Cave*.JV. R. Livingston GRAND MATRON TO BE .It;
; relief MIll Eitelle Turner HONORED GUEST AT TEA and
Mr*. Sheffield, :Mn J. Tom I The O E. S worthy matron of Luetailed Jui
Vann; way and. mean, Lee H. District 29 will give a tea Pn
Lehman, Mr*. A. R. Livingston, in honor of the grand matron, n. Q.Rr'B1\G Ing
Mrs, Cave, Mrs. J. E. Davis, flora Mrs. Ethel Turner of Saint t
I. Mrs Geo. W. Turner Jr., Petersburg at the home of Mr don
Mil Esther Livingston; decentIng Peggy Palmer 1(74 Nocatee ; ; 89
pre
..Mr*. Hardee, Mr*. Meybem drive Coconut Grove on Sunday -2 P.it
Mia Helen Livingston Mr. Moon, afternoon from :3 to S.W'. .
registration, Min Helen Livingston pee'nee

Mil Alice Macomber, Mr*. ..No .casual t, purchase this!
Mayhem; visits to lick, Mr*. M y- .
Each hand is the result
bem Mrs. English; refreshment, bag
Mn B. O Branch. Mr Chas. of concentrated thought. 8

Turner, Mr Paul Reynolds. All\ I. line,and detail Individuality andS
officer are on
a welcoming committee
i and all past matron comprise expressed in the minute You
an examining committee. givethe E i details usually found onlyin .:30

Announcement of a school of I A
genuine more expensive bags. I
instruction to be held at Biscayne I
Chapter In Miami Saturday WMa EUGENE PermanentSoft variety of leathers and re- .'

ade. A school of Instruction! versible linens White, Ceo

\\ III be held here Jan. 17. ', rolling wsvts-afauwt.tat Green Red, Brown and j advEng
biting curb-thti'| the .
kind of s fxrmuwitt rov wo ot. Navy ; oft
OUIl\I.\ A.,13ERG91? 'An t then"* tbmi kind we give Sean. Street Floori' } Boai

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base for the ...lOn. with p*. s d Fi

36 N. Krome Avenue i rural undulations and t'ur !
.big fud nctk
Upstairs I Et m1)i1R liU '

Office Hours 8:30-S.10; : Barber Shop Blocarae Blvd.: little to HUt ... .. f

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: I r crh- ChurchesBAPTIST -il ilr GROV THEATRE ;E':'t I CLASSIFIED. ADS : I: I


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RAn; ...." irWM 1ft* t UM,; raMjuuK insertions I
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:; COCONUT DROVE I < ftft lithe I

CHURCH Church school at 10 a m; preach Shows 7 and I Admission *Jc 1
Matinee Bat and !
Bunlee
ing at 7:30: m. Midweek
p.
uote.cI-.1'he Rev C. N. I and Bible study; Wednesday prayers al I 11' .Poln. I FOR RENTFOR FOR SALE Chayotes 7Sc a

Walker pastor. Sunday school at 730. I I dot.; Chinese spinach 8c Ib;

10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. IaDd !\. Sun., Mon. Jan. 1*. U I RENT-Furnished apart- I tree spinach lie lb.; tanou :Ucdo

'JO; p. m.; B.Y.P.V. at 7 p,m. Redland Community Church George Arliss in ment, all conveniences, reason I *.; okra, market price; carlssa
Prayer services Wednesday at I the Rev. Cr O. Nelson, pastor. able rental Tenant by year pre i I Jelly. l>1n. Ceo. W. Kneel Sr..
Church school at 10; preaching al I Plummer Dr. and Redlaad Rd. a
7:30p.tn.-: I 11. Epworth League at 6:1U Midweek "East Meets ferred. Mrs Eva Collins, Federal I !

Jan. 1* Morning sermon prayers and Bible study highway and Biscay drive FOR I SALE-Ripe oranges, tangerines -

The Manifestations of theSpirit" Thursday at 730. West"TIMS FOR SALEFOR 1 grapefruit fryer, eggs,

evening; sermon: "The I 1 Dr Shankltn Orovc, >4j mile

j Effect :f Our Atttitvde Toward METHODIST EPISCOPAL, treat of Florida City. o30-tf)
i Rhode Island IW,
I SOUTH .. w.... Jan. It. 1} SALE I
Jesus Upon Our Lives".
fryers. Mrs Showaltor 412 N. R. I.RED FRYERS-Live or dress-
Jan. 13 Prayer meeting ,White Stone t'bDI'\1h-H Claire Trevor in W itry Ave. J6) \
ed. Free delivery In city. Phone
subject: TnkrfOrlf of Sin. the Rev. A. A tC
sided; ors 9rhfSfMftor.
r Sundaj* school at I:So aIn 1 "FIFTEEN' MAIDEN FOR SALE -+ B !*l d lcl-.I U8-M. McEwcn Poultry Plant
Peterson
Goulds-13I ft-b., : .
I panlop. ti Sunday, 'school at IO 'ft.j*preaches. 8 wj t 1 1 a.4ta.m. jand' hy: I ,LANE"Thura. cost !M94WI)1.13k 00pure lt*1I $, :::I G WAV A JUICE $1 per gullon. !
at 730
preaching at 11 a. m. and I II rn JTjnnr aeafiuo pm Jungle Grove, Redlaud.
I a.
m.j; )
HI League ntt:49 m: SenIOr Frl. Jan. II 13 (Js
1 ; p 1 1I ,
I B. Y. P. V. at 0.30
130: p. ra.; p.m.Prayer
FOR SALE Guavas 5c lb.
only
aerWT'.f 7-M:' fr'tH Wed League at 1 p. m. Prayer meet-I I Ralph Bellamy in .. FOR SAtB TlM'It QI'JII1ty' Jungle
,
i in small quantities.
, nesday.: I ing at 7:30: p. m. Wednesday.Jan. I try products Xve or dressed W II I Grove Redland.

I WHO a Caves 107 N. E.: First
14- Morning message: "MAN LIVED I avenue

CATHOLIC : "Is It a Dream Special mu- TWICE" \ (pml\b\ 31 I ICARtSSAS, too qt. CUTTINGS

Church of the Sacred Heart slo by choir. Evening: sacred and SMALL PLANTS for sab.I .
SALE Shetland .and
concert by choir under dlreoUoa FOR pony Mrs. Ceo. W. Kosel, Jungle
II:. Second Homestead I
s. avenue ; Sat Jaa. II I I saddle M. A. Berger, Home
of Redland road and Plum-
the Rev. James Cloonan, paat.or.1 Irvine Lyon. Grove
stead. (J.I tf)
Sunday maaa at 9 a. m.; week day Silver Palm Community Chuck Buck Jones in I II I GLADIOLUS BULBS Plcardy

matt at 7:41 dally. Sunday school '-the Rev. H O. Cowan, pastor. I "BOSS RIDER OF I II I FOR SALE Citron, fresh or pre the moat "k ectacular and most
o'clock /I tomato mine I
Sunday following man Sunday school every Sunday at 10 served. Tropical beautiful gladiolus ever produced.

! Continuation women the first I a. m.; preaching services on first, I: GUN CREEK"LEGAL I I I meat arid sandwich filling, Ioz. I Flush to salmon pink color.

: Sunday of month; for men and third and fifth Sundays at 11 a 1 20c; pint 35c. Calamondins In Vigorous grower and well adapted

boys, the second Sunday of month., m. and 8 p. m.Princeton. I I small lots lOc qt. Aim Ceo. W. I to Florida conditions. High

I Rely'hour Thursday before lint, ..,The Rev H. 0. Cow NOTICENOTICE I Kosel!, Jungle Grove. est quality bulbs, large size I2.SJ
Friday of month at 7.45 nv Mass I
first Friday alllSfl: i; nu"p. Bene- an, pastor; the Rev. L. O. Adams, MANGO CHUTNEY 3e an ,ot> or per 100, medium size $1.50 per
assistant pastor. Sunday school nt 100, postpaid. Orders for shipment -
diction of the Blessed Sacrament I OF APPLICATION FOR TAX 3Sfl a pint. Jungle Grove. I
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10 a. m. and preaching at 11 every KKD by express not prepaid,

letter man.CHRISTIAN. Sunday. Preaching lit 7:30: p. m. NOTICE(..18".to HKKRBY Bill N.. lag UIVEN 'FOR SALE Cartons of six 2'4ox. large size, $1.110 per 100 medium

SCIENCE CHURCH ,on first Sunday of monthoIIIET1I0DIST. MARY M, AVERY. 1o i"'.. oT It... lab-sit sealed Jan of Florida Tropical alze IUO'per hundred. No order

tile CoV"1IT.art ...,. of Certificate AUM. A.No.D.UM 1M1.baud k.. Jelly. Especially packed for accepted for less than $2. Spe-

Florida Cit7-Broadway and FREE!: filed saw In mr offloo, sad hoi -..... op.plkntlon glfU. Price 100. Mrs. Bertha cial prices per 1000. E.: T. Draper

Sixth street Sunday ichool at Fonda City-Mrs., Ernest Warren I on. said for Certificate n tax dead omkrnroi to ko based the follow.there- I R. Edwards Homestead, Route BoyUns, Vs.

':45 a. m. for pupils under 20 yean pastor. Sunday school ln; described propwt In the eou.1Iat I 1, Redland Rd. (n 20 U) I

of age; morning service at 11o'clock. 10 a. m.; preaching 11 a. m. andS Dnd.. state of Florldo. towltiEH LOST
of MR% of BK 4 of tWU In
Wednesday evening services p. m.; Junior meeting 8:30 p. m.; sorties It. Township SI South. Ron, I LEGAL NOTICESORDER
which Include testimonial Young Peoples' meeting 7:1S.I : ett Fast, coagulates S A_ sun or LOST-On route 4 A black fringed
1_. In the county of Pndo auto atFlorida. Reward. Mrs. Kimball
I
of healing and experiences and remarks Prayer and class meeting 7:30Thursday. : WR PUBLICATION I purse.
on Christian Science, I p. The _...... of Mid property Wader IN VHS IIRCI'IT rOlMT. KLKVENTII: Naranja. Ii 8)
CIRCtllT. DAI>R COON'TT
the MU MTtlflmto Wed WM In the unit JUDICIAL
m. The public Is cordially Invited : of I M. L P, COUP. 1'1,011104. IN CSANeERT. CUB i LOST-Cold tie clip Reward If
to attend. PENTECOSTAL Unless Mid orrtlflc.fcj. shall ko red...j NO. "..H.FRA"'U.
Plaintiff' EQo left at Turner Funeral HomeOS,
.. ndonrdlnv to low, th property _ri.. M.IVSII: to
Jaa. II Lesson-sermon Goulds-Rev. John H. Stroud, ... tile.... will ko MM to Uw klchort WARD J. MrlV r.R.FOR DIVORCE I )
pastor. Sunday school < topic "Sacrament. .... It .ppMrini kr .rrid..it appended \0
of r. l
Monday In the month "
preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. which It tho 14 day Of F.b...*", IHT 'I the bill flM III the >h<... stated MH thst LOST Small red-brown dug,

CHURCH OF CHRIST m.; Young people's meeting at 11:30: ] Dated thli B. Pith B. t.EATHERMAN.CUrk day of _...... EDW thM lg\lID oomo I. < MclVER.h o ..8._the.....Defendant' of the I black collar. Notify E. F BJork-

p. m.; Ladles' prayer circle, Tuesday of Clmlt, Court HUM at Field. and hk redwoods h oninow I man. (pie)
Homestead-First avenue and at 2:30: p. m. Mid-week prayer 0.... Count.. riorUn.Circuit I .. that there to M Mean l. the
N. W. Fifth street; T. J. Hunton, Court Bnl.Br Staged KlarUU the ....1.., of .ub_". i
service at 7:30 ra. MISCELLANEOUSPIANO
Thursday; :
p. f whom| would bind such Defendant sad
D. C. upon
a 'T
N.
minister. Bible study at 10 a. m.; I J.n Til. H S" that ko to over the ... of tm communion fellowship and FIRST PRESBYTERIAN ...... It k they foes ordered that oM I TUNING an. repairing.
TAX' ._.. ....' Defendant .. and he b ......-
FOR
preaching at 11 a. m.; preaching at NOTICE: OF APPLICATION ... Good lined for sale cheap.
plaao
Homestead-Krome avenue at DFII1)!: br Mulrod to oppour to the Bill of c.
/ I'
7.30: p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday I/t (Sonnto Bill N. ...) j, pl.lnt flM In Mid eouM on OP before I W. Eo Koon. 115 N. W. 3rd St.
N. 18th street the Rev. E. L. Nelson .
; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Mmidiy the lint day of M.. ",. A. D
at 7:30: p. m.CHt'KCH minister. Bible school at : WINTER D. NORTH a MABEL t IVtl. oth...... UM >H...tloiM. oT Hid bill I
NORTH his. wife, koldm of also and will ko taken o> contour br MM l>ofwdint. > REAL ESTATEREAL
10 a. m; preaching at 11 a. m. '
OF GOO County TH Certificate. No. IM4 board .
and 8 p. m. Young peoples' meetIng the 7th day of July A. D. IBM. have It" further gnWrrt that thin order kopublblwd I ESTATE-Those who want
Hotead-6011 N. W. First' at 7 saw I. nr ..".... and have made ."" 111"1. I sure n work for four mnearutlveweek.
p. MJan. th n for n UI dead to M load ,.... 'e Uto LJlADER.tNTItIlPRII" a to buy or sell Redland District
avenue; J. H. Dodson, minister. said Certificate nnhruM the follow/nl I: ........_ published I. .... county and real l estate will find up-to-date
Sunday school at IMS: a. m.; I 10 Morning worship: described property, In the County d Dad.. state
"Christ's Suffering In Gothsemane.1 state at FI....... .....1: This SBtk Docomkor. 1984. listings In our office. Many of
preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p.m., Lot I. Block S, T.nlnral Onrm No. B. R LEATHERMAN these listings are still at subnormal -
service at :30. I
Junlar P. No ,. Plot .., Clerk of Clnult Court
Y. at 6.45: p. m. Prayer a n rU-8ubd. Book IS P
D, r. 1. COULD Deputy Clork.IRImH prices. We shall appreciate
Evening worship: "Studies InStewardship" In the County ot IAN. state of Florldo
meeting, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday.CHURCH conducted by Too Momnxnt of uM Property under ,I Court Komi either your inquiries of
the Mid artiflr.tswood/ WM In tho panes CARR CARR
OF THE NAZAItNEHomeatead young people of the church. oft UNKNOWN solicitors for I'IaJalill.I. your listings I all of which I will
Unless MM .....11....'" shall .. I, .. II, ... It) have our best attention. Now Is

The Rev. W. J. SPIRITUALIST TEMPLE Or, !I 04 od Uwnln according will to no law ooid,the to th.pee hlchoit Po'lI aoivrlb klddor*I NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB TAI the time to buy..a. W. Morris

Parker, pastor. Sunday school at TRUTH It the OourthouM door on tad flrot Mondirhi .IKI>. now associated with It A. Cameron *

143: a. m.l preaching at': 11' a. m. Homestead-branch of Miami I I *IM.-month day of of F hrMrr lokmnnr, 1917., 1947. whtokUw 10'' NOTICE(M.is.oJo HFRERr Kill Nfc ISlV GIVEN not N. ,W. 1st St. In Citizens

and 7:30: p. m.; N. Y. P. S. and Spiritualist Temple of Truth in Paled this lard. R tie, of Drormhrr, ISM.E. .1 Gray WILLIAM T..I.Cortlfbo.10 KBHL. holder Ko. of IMtl SUM..sad uo< Bank Bid,. Phone 72.

Juniors meeting at 6:30 p. m. Woman's Club, 410 N. W. Eighth Clark LIATHEKMAN.of Circuit Court. I the Sih day of A...... A. D. Ins kM mod

Prayer meeting Wednesday evenIng avenue. Men's Bible class and Dodo rhiHd !!wmo In mf .. and has nod. opplloa. 1 WANTEDWANTEDSeeond
Clrault Court ..|. ties for a Ui den to ko kuiuod thmoon.UM
7:30 p.mPrincetonthe young people's lyceum at 7:13: p. Br N. 0. TERXRTT.. a 0.DM 1 Certificate waitress tho MlowlnttaerlM hand Ice box,
r19241 Jnn. L A. IS U, IW7I.la ; Property In UM Cvwtr of
Dr. J. Carl Hobson (
m. healing by
Aev. C. H. Con- ; state of Florida towltlUK. BO Ibs. Must be in good condition -

don, paster. Sunday school at 9:43; at 7.43; lecture and messages at NOTICE or APPLICATION DIED.Meal. FOR TAX N. S.. o s-lt.....Block..... Plot I. Grenada Hook IS P Dado'j'I and reasonble. Mrs. Eva

preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30p. 730. ( Bill "'.. 11.11 55. In the Count .. Dodo auto Collins Homestead. Federal j jI
...
Junior at NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN thatH. .14.. drive
m. meeting 8.30; young highway and Biscayne
IN THE: CIRCUIT rOIIKT Or THC: V RICHARDS holdrt of sate and The no o.mont at Mid. proporty trader :
people's meeting at 830.: Prayer ELEVENTH: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT or County Tan OortlflMto. No. 1I41T bard tie MM ....,""'.. Issued was In ass nnnwft
meeting Wednesday at 7:30: m. I FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAD: COUN- the till dor pf AncnM, A. D. I.... has, UNKNOWN WANTED 24-ln. or 14-in. circular -
p.
... .. ..
TV. CHANCERY. NO. .c: shall he
IN 4 I fled same In'nr offlo.. mid OM made .... Unions MM MrtlflFOW > I cross-cut saw, with or
.... .
HART LOU18N BARNES f "* for ui oWd to ko Mixed tk.ro. _'"I to low Uw ruiortf dMorlhoiWT.IO I
'EPISCOPAL PUIMIff. ... HOME BUILDER REALTY I t, 10.pllcnUon Bold Ortlflroto n MlkrHM .... fohllowlnl I. will .. sold to tile hhihoM. kMdnit without arbor. J. R. Brooks
CORP Florldo .'' CITY OFMIAMI d.orrlbod In the tie r.o....._ door on the fire Me.do >- Phone 78. (dl> U; 1 1I
prapntr Count1DT i Homestead
Bt. Jehn'FS.; E.:Second avenue : municipal oorporollo. omnbodawl Dod 8UU ot Florid.. ta-wKl In tho month of r__", II.,. which.
oxIMln under tile 1._ rf Uw SUM Iho lot dv of FebruaryN7..
and Fourth street Homestead. or Florid.. J. H. MCCARTHY nod H .._I Plot Lot Book''. Block S. Pan S. Tho I..P In'n Sukdn.Grow. I/II i Does this lard day oT ......... .ISM. I WANTED TO RENT

Sunday school at 9:41 a. m.; riM ,- MCCARTHY, of Podo. state of "......... I E. a. LCATHKHMAN.
big wtto. MARTHA WEBB HATCHER and .. Clark of e...." Court,
n. new ?
Young People's Service League at bar hwMed. C. I. HATCHER, tW.nd.nu. the MM seasons"....If..... Word WU-In tk. MM'rfl Pod. Countr Flurla, I WANTED TO RENT House or
'.30 p. m. ORDER You PlIRIICATION I JOHN N. Inult Court lo l.Sr l. apartment See E. O. Schuht.
It nppMrinnrun, affidavit filed lMw > I[ unions MM =t.M.rJl.1| M. C STEHHITT. D. 0
above onMtlod MOM that Uw ro UrnMoT ,t se.srdla. te law the prep.ary described IS list, J.n. I, S, IS. SI I Ml I I Leader-Enterprise' office I
IVANGEUCALLunDBAN
the ...do.... #. H,.MffCARTHY.MCCARTHY.and;I IM..ln will W niild: to the htekoM khldor -

M.. John's-Redland; the Rev. a kU married wif. b wnkoow and that then h m. ', It lor the In the Courthouse month of door F..on.."the, 'tint'',. which Mont. t' .

Ceo. M. Poth pastor. Sunday Vernon In UM Sate of Florida UM Hnrtaal I I b the lit day of r....."1)7.Dated ,
> "nbpmw upon who -M hiM Mid the gird d.r of -...... INS.S I I
school each Sunday at 10 a. an.
D.fad.nts. and that &Iwp aN each ever B. LEATHKRMAN.
service second Sundayof am an at -tr-o. _... r .. ....
English on .. Clark ot CI. C. ,
It b ,.. ... Or MW Ml uU. n. .
each month at :1 p.m. and Cctr be Dade County.B FloUdo
hoaoto sad thew are haraby rpdrdto Crrralt Court ..|.
man service on fourth Sunday at1p.m. appeor 6 the bill d Oo.Malnt I. the I I N. C. ITERRRTT D. C ( CROtis ross
.be".tiWd "Use as d "a Aso Par (DM SI. loss ..... t, .. In. U, 1.1.I ). rouSH
I PoVnurr. 'M
to rit rturr IH, A D C6,11V"
Its? MhmrlM the aIowel_ .( .... Bmor t B V I
METHODIST EPISCOPAL Comptatat will ho Uk. mkr am 1 mad NOTICE: N L aT
.. .....
the m4 oXMHloKM. runout ... of aWllonlKit O
1II funky nknW that (kli ....>t WuMWi of th. lIe"hl..lot of IMS notteo Y'
I' Florida City Community Chnrth j I barely DM Plot National Bonk
t ..l on*. a work for row in..imtr> pan kr .
1tile Rev. C. G. Nelson, pastor. weeks to Tko ln... :_..... a w... it HoM.tond. In the Sky ot Moinouond. I IIUU 1
I .- taper at ..o.rl simulation I. made Coap of norWo. that the llohllltr nupooodponj
tf, ,,- .... knld.ro o< Mesa ot IH ouoinNin Ja
i \ DATED thin SU tf of in.-bay. A. b.I i I alma he the prorbloM of aortkn 616x. ,
NATUROL GAS a. S. Revised autntao. M nm.no.4, nod tLi 6e
B. II. LIATHERIIAK station U W the Federal Reserve Aot, M'Br f toO
; _......... ...
: r Vbrh d 0IrnIt Court.IR. .U Mason as July I. "8'1.
:
( OL asap Mr of the board of DI........ '
FOR IIF .. ,Wln, J. J. MeUtNDON, Co hkr" ,
M DopMr Clerk: oT p>M Cowl tOM. S-Mu. SI) I I
SPEED Claude II. ..__ ;

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...!!2.weh'e. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, January 8,1937 a
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'' SOCIAL EVENTSOLD
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NEIGHBORS IX' CUBA Graham Crackers
HOLD KEDLAND REUNION Soda Crackers
The regular January tint reunion d
of a group of person who 1 lb.pkg. ....13c l lb.pkg. ..... lOc
used to be neighbor in Cuba years
BIO WM held last Friday at the
home of Mr. and Mm. Grant Ma-
han In Bedland. Mr. and Mr JERSEY 1 1 OVER-SEA
Mahan returned to the United
States IT yean ago, and many reunions Tomato Ketchup Peanut Butter
have betA held since them

The of group the one.has mo lilt t ever enjoyable week held.was meeting declared one the 2 Ig. bottles.. 25c FRI. AND SATt SPECIALS 2 lb. jar ..... 35c

Those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. Wra. Carl owe a4 ton, Dan
M;Mr.and 1kL.r.J:.Roberts: and
daughter, LiUie 14 Karma,
Mrs IncvU 841* MIl one. Tommy COUNTRY ROLL BUTTER Ik 39cBULK
; BIO Robert*and Eugene: CWlaipy per
; Mr. and Mr*.>ra tt Boyce ,
and daufhte. frlBTKTt Ml from
MiamI. Alao present were Mn.

Mn.Burget Allbert Thompson Tbornpeon tad, daughter of Ftrfo,, Ripe Bananas,3 Ibs. ............. 13c KELLOGG'S
North Dakota, and Mr*.Olivia W. Brown Sugar I Corn Flakes
Willin of BridcerUte, Del. YELLOW .
I 4 lbs. ....... 25c '2 pkgs. ...... 15c
B. P. W. C. TO MEET ONIONS, 3 Ibs. .. .............. lOc
WITH MRS. oozes
Mn. C. L. Ooley win be hottest BULK SOUTHERN LADY
to the Homestead Business and Iceberg Lettuce, 2 heads ....... 17c
Professional'Women's Club at a pot Black Mission Salad Dressing
luck dinner meeting at 6:30 Mon-
SELECTED '
day.A FIGS 'Qt. jar ..... 25c
handbook study of of the the newly national published organization SWEET POTATOES, 5 Ibs ...... 19c I

will be taken up after the Ib .._....... 15c
dinner. SELECTED Chase & Sanborn or

NEW YEAR PROGRAM IS Dried Pears IRISH POTATOES, 10 Ibs. ..1..35c: DEL-MONTE .
ENJOYED BY R D.Y. P. U. COFFEE
About attended the
New Year's fifty Eve person Inspirational program lb. .......... 15c RUTABAGAS, per lb. ........... 4c Ib .......... 27c
and party given by the Bed'
land District Young People's Unionat M
the Presbyterian Church.
Miss Eleanor Holferty had A
charge of the program which was Tomato Juice or 25cDELMONTE
presented Miss in the Rose church Caves by candlelight Miss- Rays Arms 24 oz. cans, 3 for

Jeanne Ctlklnt, Mist Lot Beh-
rens and Miss Antoinette Moye
made talks, and Mist Christine
Hughes and Mill Holferty playedthe GOLDENBAKEPancake
accompaniment for singing Palmolive Soap, 3 bars ......... 17c
After the program Miss Eliza- Flour

beth church Bush lawn directed then marshmallows game on the PRUNES Super Suds, 3 pkgs. ............ 25c
were roasted until midnight when 2 lb. 3 pkgs. .. .... 25c
pkg. .19c
...
a short service was held. Fancy Whole Grain .

Mrs. RICE, 5 lbs. ......... .......... 23e REDLAND
Parker to Tell PREMIER
W. 1\1. U. of India
ORANGES
Pure Preserves No.2 Can

Mr. W J. Parker, wife of thepastor Red Pitted Cherries............15c dozen .. ..... 18c
of the Homestead Church of 2 lb.jar 39c
the Nazarene, will speak at the ......
meeting of the Woman's Missionary QUAKER

at I Union o'clock in next the Wednesday.Baptist Church LADYGRACE Puffed Wheat, 2 pk'gs. ........ 17c BAXTER'S
Mr. Parker spent several 7e1l'llIn
Vienna Sausage
mission work In India. All in Sweet PicklesQt. MACARONI orSPAGHETTI
Invited to hear her speak.NATUROL .

jar ...... 25c pkg. ....... ...... Sc 4 cans .......25c '.



GASis MILK brand 3 tall 22c
QUICK AND CLEAN any cans III'



W. Maxwell SmithINSURANCE WESTERN 1 LB. ROLL WESTERN

Armour's Pork Sausage ......oo.25c Lamb Shouldersor
FIRE; ALTO STORM AND Ian Round Steak
Phone Mt-M
Office Im McCrery Arcade TARGET whole lb.18c

-- Ib ..... ..... 27c CORNED BEEF per can........ 16c or

NEWT G. BALL ARMOUR'S

Dim Notary HWHAMCSI Poetic AND Swift's Circle S ROAST BEEF, can ... .......... 18c Western

R rvDKEB uimM Chuck Roast
Picnic Hams / or WHOLE
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H. s.
( PORK SHOULDERS, Ib ........ 24c '
TOOPICAUMONKEY lb. .......... 27c Ib. .......... 20c
1 LB.CAN

JUNGLE PINK SALMON ............._. lie

I Fresh Shipment
M&NXEYMIH6U BANQUET JEWEL LARD, 1 lb.pkg. ........ 15c 11' '''
: 'OYSTERS

WTrKUJJ. Breakfast Bacon DAISY CHEESE, lb. ........... 25c
Standards, qt. ........ 59c
BataH* )Drive west
we Nanaje lead lb. .......... 35c, SPARERIBS,small and meaty,Ib.19c Extra Select,.qt,.....'7SC
ADMISSION ItaIN

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