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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: October 29, 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: UF00087294:00147
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA FRIDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1937 PRICE FIVE CENTS





'-I I BIG POTATO ACTIVITY- STARTEDCITY I







LIMITS Congress Held Cuban Pact ;dD-

900 ACRE PLANTING BEGUN
I For Florida, but Good for Rest of U. S.

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CONTRACTION The reciprocal trade agreementwith -oppotiLon Ui the United Stiff YESTERDAYBVFC.PETERSYITH

Cub wu renewed by the ticking: It* nose" into foreign .

: recent congress, J. Mack WIIC'O'IIi i' ntHcls ot d'spute!

"1 want. i ith your gr<.war rep
IS SUSTAINED told the Redland District Improve
ment Association Monday Bight In I nrentatives to the hearings that \ CbNE3LlCED SEED
the trade
Redland School auditorium, because preceded renewal of
agreement With Cuba," Mr. W:b
t while It was admitted that
Supreme Court Upholds two congressional district In Florida cox said "and we prcv-nU-d briefs ----

Barnes' Decision in got a "bad deal" from It, it wes' slid testimony that we considered Sen. Andrews to Spend Practically All Growers'To

considered that at feast 102 other must convince anyon Then at Part of Day In District Get Going: Within
Exclusion Suit of the
: the end tosUnvny we bad
congressional district over the Week Is Belief
prepared I request that we be
country would be benefttted. C. Andrew
United O.
State Senator
.. COUNCILMAN WEBB allowed to produce additional evidence
Among other thing touched on of the of Florida will spend several HOT FORMALDEHYDE
damaging competition
NOT RESIDENT NOW by the congressional representa- the trade permitted. hour In Homestead and the Bed-'
pact BATH ,SPEEDS WORK
tive from the Fourth Florida district land District today talking with
Member of the commission before
la making what ha called his other citizen who will
North Boundary Begins at which the hearings were held laid: grower and
I report to the people of this section: ,I meet With him at the the Homestead I Two-Hour Seed Treatment
11th Street and will .
Jogs be
'That not
up his In Ko'ir- n.l'1.You ..
were sucfea hiving post office at 11 m. I Reduced to Two anda
to 21st and Back .tead placed in the preferential,' have convinced a* and we Mr. Andrew will be guest cf I
list for a post office building by'I.admit that your grower In Florida honor at a luncheon in the Green Half :Minutes

A decision of Circuit Judge Paul 1939 at the latest, hU work h11 beh are getting a bad deal from Lantern Restaurant and tat" will

Barnes granting exclusion of certain ,lf of Lverglade N-itional Park'the reciprocal trade agreement be tHen for a tour of the dI.trtcrll Planting of the 1937-38 Irish
and VIA O\trtea Highway his with Cuba. But we are going to potato crop In Dade County was
grove section The\
property front the corporate :recommend Its renewal by conires started yesterday when F c. 1
"land with thesupreme
::6t
c*>' tampering luncheon and tout Meetln"l
limits of Homestead ha been confirmed e>.trt and his unalterab'eINSURANCE because we find that at least Andrews were Peters, Inc., of Goulds began operations
by. the Florida, supremetourtiiccordlng 102 congressional district over the the Florida Avocado and Persian on the flat plot of a total
to notice m.leMdre 'country will be benefited as I of WO seres which that firm will
.
)by.Don X. Ferreyra attorney CUT ,against the two that will be damage Urn Gron.SOUfHDADERED cultivate in its own name A totalof

for the property owner The suit ,ed. 1.600 acres will be packed lad

raw" started nearly two year ago. HOMES The reciprocal trade agreementwith I shipped through the Peter *r.gsnlzatlen .

,| The boundaries of the city which ON RURAL CUba reduce the tariff onmost according to A F.

*nce extended Redland road o* product of that country 50 Arthur, manager.

the west* Avocado drive on the SOUGHT JlY C.OFJC j per cent The tariff on tomatoes CROSS ROLL CALL 3 M. Holferty.. pioneer growerOf ..
-' fjorth,"Billc'rN Bay -OH"the; east U aeduce4JA we oaut"nd avocados S ull't" JJlaJ7't\aI'I' tlarn,
and the Florida City line on the remajn on the duty-free list Monday win begin the planting of

'.. south have been contracted by a Asked by ;Redland District II I Despite: the unanswerable- argument PLANS ADVANCE no acre of potatoes, and D P.

series of property exclusion suits Chamber of Commerce what effect of "the greatest good for Blake to pknifhlng In preparation

until now, following this latest the sinking of fire wells by ,the greatest number," Mr. Wilcox tell tort planting ISO acre within

supreme court decision, the city grove owner would have on their II laid when the bill to renew the Plan for organizing South Dade a week
limit are a* follow: Insurance rates In view of the agreement came before the house, County tor the annual Red Cross Practically all potato grower

On the west: to and includingthe new and efficient fire fighting he offered an amendment providingthat roll call are fast being made, Harvey In the South Dade area win be

Seaboard railroad u far north equipment\; recently provided by la no instance should the R. Payne of Miami, general planting next week In the opinion

ft llth street except for a Jog ,the county, the Florida Inspection tariff on any commodity be reduced chairman Mid this week. of L. 1. Chandler, president of
South of Mowry street to take In and Rating Bureau of Jackson below the point necessaryto No chairman has been elected Gould Grower, Ine, who aid hit

\. the property and storage plant of ville will send its manager hereto equalize Its coat of production for the drive In Homestead, whose organization will handle the crop
the Gulf Refining Co.j' make Inspection.. in Cuba with the cost of production quota will be ZOO members, but from tOOO acre Personal plant-

On the south: the Florida City Secretary Charles O. Turner. (Continued on Page 'Two) leader ln other communities of tug of Mr. Chandler and two associates
who initiated the correspondence, South Dade are a* follow will total 100 acre

t line.On wa authorized at a membership Florida City, (quota, M). Dr I At the* Peter potato house, seed
the east: Tennessee road as
planting wee prepared -
tor yesterday
meeting Wednesday night to proceed PHONE BUILDING Walter L. Vercoe, chairman; Red-
far north a* llth street by a battery of new electrically
with arrangements to cooperate land, (quota, 25), Chas. Cox,chairman
On the north: a line that Jog driven slicing machines. Mr.
with the rating bureau
10),
; Aladdin City (quota,
around u follows-east on 11th manager In making the inspection. STARTED TO BE Bert t. Johnson, chairman, Arthur said one machine WM used
tract to Elizabeth, avenue, north last year and five
George L. Swan and Secretary ;Princeton, (quota, 50), George experimentally :
en Elizabeth to 19th street, weston Turner were appointed to confer Gould ( more added this year. He em-
Cooper, chairmen; quota
i, 19th street to Krome avenue, with J. D. Redd and other county! UP IN SIXYEEKS 25), Tom Torbert, chairman; phasi/ed. however, that the ....

orth on Krome to Jlst street weston commissioner relative to having Perrlne (quota, 50)), f W. Walker,I chine slicing I* still in the experimental
l' 21st street to N. W. Second marker erected at the stage and that accuracy lethe
light en n
chairman Kendall, (quota, ),
south on W. W. Second Construction of a one-story of the teed piece rather
cutting
venue trance to the navigable canals of, not appointed; South Miami, (quota .
frame building to house the Homestead
to 19th street west on 19th labor laving la the objectHe
avenue than
this district The meeting voted
100), J. L. Yarborough, Roy
street to N. W. Sixth avenue, south exchange of the Southern explained that piece varying
a resolution expressing appreciation Geiger and Louis &ult.I .
1 Bell and Telegraph Ce4was
on N. W. Sixth avenue to 11th of the Homestead city council's Telephone (Continued on Page Four)
Lot 19 He-I the work of the
street west on llth street to the effort la working out a satisfactory started Monday on Commenting on '
gard'i Addition, fronting south on Dade County chapter, Mr. Payne
Seaboard railroad. I
J bond that Redland High Carnival
refinancing plan
: JT W. Second street *v sew doors laid that the Had Croat bed been
i, The residence of Councilman will permit prospective home- west of Krome avenue. J. W. Connor .' (Continued Page Four) To Be Staged TonightThe
Frank Webb on East King Highway builder to pay their taxes and 'I
of Homestead I* the contractor.
excluded from the bi'i title for
ii city get clear borrowing pur-
The bwlding, which will be 12 Dam Injunction Case annual grand carnival at
the supreme court ruling, although poses. It was the opinion of the
; be wu not a party to the suit and meeting that no other one thing by quarter 45 feet for, the will switchboard provide living operator i,i i Continued Until Today I Redland High School take! place

u a result he la no longer legally could do a* much to promote the tonight, preeeded by a 'dellctou
a* well a* an office for the r
entitled to fold office on the council. growth and prosperity of the community exchange. The office will be ZO.I[. Taking of testimony In the hearIng .li chicken dinner" in the school
of the Injunction suit of South
by S3 feet The living quarter. cafeteria at 530: to quote: the
Dade Farms, Inc.. to prevent the
will contain I living room dinette,
description contained In a profitable -
Dade County from removing a damat
308 Homes Represented in P.-T. A. two bedroom and bath, and front
I and back! porches. In the rear Campbell road and Tallahassee advertising program gottenout
road was not resumed yesterday by an Industrknufcommlttce of
As Annual Membership Drive Closes will be a garage and tool room. :1
when scheduled but was continued the Redland High School JuMor
Total cost will be $5.500. Storm
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sheathing lined with felt win be until I p. m. today, according to class

The Homestead P.-T. A. now assisted by Mrs. Ceo D. Ruchlu, covered with eight-Inch bevel edge information reaching here. Among the carnival attraction

'. Le afortynine* paid membership of JOS- elementary school grade mother bungalow siding. The roof will be r The county filed motion to dissolve listed are Bingo a baby show

more than last year,- chairman, of hip design. with gray asbestos the Injunction, and grower "Movie Sh_", athletic show, fortune

Mr*. C. T. Harper, membership The Homestead P.-T. A. will ihlngles. Mr. Connor laid construction north of the dam who.claim they telling popularity contest
. f FN chairman reported at the close compete for county membership would be completed in will be damaged by water backedup costume show (open to alJ), archery .

of the annual membership drive honor en the basis ef the pupil six week by It, have joined force will booth tar babies, fish pen

. yesterday. The Neva, King enrollment of Get .. This was 268 When the exchange I* moved OIl county. penny dame and "the big show".

'Ib Cooper School ha a 100% membership in the high school and 371 In the from the Odd Fellow building on They presented witness Monday The oiled floor of the high school ;

l.;} and all but two room InK 'elementary school, or a total of N. W. First itreet by Jan. 1, the to support their claim and court make an Idea carnival
the high school have a 100 membership new quarter will have been South Dade Farm produced Wit. ground, and the enclosing classrooms 4

: she laid. Two hundred 539.Only one membership I* liked equipped with switchboards for the Dews to support its claim that the are easily adaptable as side

ninety-four families have children In each family. The annual dues battery type phone that will replace water would drown crop to ate how booth Each year the

, tat schools per membership are fifty sects, the magneto or "Model T" south U the dam Is removed, and grenade' are crowded with nu'm-

f, The drive was conducted by upd of this amount fifteen ants! phones in the builnn* section of that a ditch dug along Campbell meSses, and according to thesponsoring
I
the grade mothers under the leadership goes to the state and national offices Homestead where single-party street Is capable of carrying '.ft 1 I junior. tmrx1/ the

\ of Mrs. Harper who wu : j I lion are in use. the water shut off by the dam: : croud' will bot bigger thin c '.er.




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Two. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE: Friday October 29,1937


Sympathetic Contact, Not Buddying, SERMON TOPICS :
I The Redland Rattler
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Is What Boy Needs From Father
FIRST BAPTIST cmrxcii
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By SirnLET DARKNESS .
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Oft SI Moraine sjmaaai .
"It l is not MMoaary.. or desirable son .la by example as wen a* precept "Do Wo Car for Bwl r "' -
to try buddytaf with your son. tile Episcopalian: rector said Evening sermon: "Christ1 Call CARNIVAL TONIGHT! The science laboratory U aJ*'

Just put yourself to sympathetic because: be becomes a fallen hero for iletpera.Now. .* The tenth grade U presenting a: equipped with 1' new Bms%
contact whir him so that be will If he fail to live up to the high I Prayer service hilarious and' burner, bottled ga*. and otj .
comedy ndxup: -gay,
accept your advice awl decision standards by which youth sits in abject: "The Promises ofGodliness.1 in keeping with till carnival ..plrt equipment purchased from Vto. '
willingly and not merely wife Judgmmt on Its elder i oo Friday night Oct 29, at the D. wren In Homestead. ,

tolerance" Mid Via HOT. Mitten B. Ur. Skckett whose topic wee, I school auditorium. Mir Elinor ;:

Sacks In a talk to Mi fallow mem- "The Rising 0e an1lan." was presented nan mesBTTCRUM CUTRCIIOct. Payne U in charge of the two-act Reitend High School band Wjll
ben of Uw Homestead Mary Club by J..o H. Lehman of tile Jl Morning woe-- play entitled "Tbo Two Dick" play Wednesday morning .4 |
Wednesday noon la Legion bIlL boy work eutnmftta of the Rotary hip: "11_ to Be Saved" The cast la composed of Cohen o'clock at the Homestead II'iglt.
Ur Eockett whoM experiencewith Club. reception of member! com Leggett Suzy Leggett Iden School assembly under the ditrectlon

boys was acquired In \MI-I Attendance Team No. 3, captained mantra.Episcopal. Cook, Robert Riven Charles of Mile Rebecca Flames
tions from chaplain of a reform by Cha: *. T. Fuchs Jr., was announced Burr Gertrude Greer and Marie

fchool to Instructor la I high aa winner of a five weeks Lecture NeilL The tint performance will The following wa found in fne,.

grade military academy, said that contest which. ended Wednesday.It Series Is Announced begin promptly at 7:30 and the book of a certain pupil but then
paling and buddylng between wilt lut.. next Wednesday at 'I aeoond at B.1S. Be lure and see we arc mentioning name***
father and son 1* not a natural or the expense of lealng teams No. 1. ,'I Itt well even overlook the spelling
hoBjthy relationship. The boy will and No. 2. eeptntoed: by Max Loaner CoimnoMing Sunday, Oct It at "My English\ teacher I* dead
I
stet. .Mo pals and buddies from boys and Dr. M. A. Berger re- I p. m. and lasting through Dee. I In the popularity contest at the And oh how my heart does;ears..
S a series of informational lectures, carnival Friday night I silver
of his own II"net specth'ely.The following week But I know she's with the angel.
\ the parent must do Is to be another attendance contest will designed primarily for confirmation loving cup will be awarded to the now'Cause .

careful that hi* guidance of hta start Instruction: but interesting to winner. i she's much too tough fcfebum. .
any who desire to learn more Mb Rebecca Flher music director ." .*
about tie Episcopal Church. will announces that the band i i

60 PER CENT OF Bird Chevrolet to Hold be conducted In St John'i Church will play several election at J'10: .

I New Car Jamboree Here ty the vicar the Rev. Milton B. in the high ichool patio. :

Sarkett This U newel Mn. NetUei and : DIUI.A.BERGEITDentist ;
ALL CARS HAVE
The lectures will bo preceded
A "new-car Jamboree' at which MiA Fisher arc apoooring a love
there will bfun.. laughter and by A brief devotional !servtco The bug raffle for the band students

FAULTY LIGHTS I Joy" I* announced by Bird Chevrolet public U cordially Invited to at-I Moat of you have heard of the love |

Co. for 9 p. m. tomorrow In tend. bug, no doubt Now it your chanceto 1
its show rooms two doors north really own one for only lOc. First National Bank
Detroit Oct. 2. "One of the of the city hall on Kraut avenue.I Redlands Cafe Reopens I Mr. Caldwell sponsor of the

most neglected safety feature of Sound motion pictures which will Sunday for the Season ninth grade boys, promise us an Building:
In* average car In use today Is the be entertaining as well as Instructive I entertaining baby show. Some have .
headlight system," declares C. P. will be part of the program, The Rcdland Cafe, on flaglerl I suggested that perhaps! the freshmen Office Hours 8:301:30Open '
Simpson general sale manager ofPontiac according to W. R. Bird, president avenue across from the TJC.C. depot > boys have the title role We Evening by Appointment

: Motors."Fully of the company. will reopen for the winter i) trust that this I* not true.

eo per cent ol au can lesson Sunday, Oct. II, Mrs. Annie,
are driven with faulty lights," he Funeral of Mrs. Wesley Nabors, proprietor announced );
S-I
said. "Few people reallio the research Dyal Is Held in CocoaMr. terday. |I
and precision workmanship Mn. Nabort has been directing'

backof today's lighting .,..- and Mrs. E. J. Dyal art expected alteration and redecorating of the new CarJamboree
tems. Automobile headlight are to return this afternoon cafe for several weeks following

I efficiently designed to give maxImum from Cocoa r-her they went to attend ,tier return from Ptwlejr1 Island
light correctly directed.' the funeral of Mrs ElIzabeth 1 S. C., summer seaside resort' PartyYOU

Headlights) are truly precision InVnimenU Dyal, wife of Mr. Dyal's brother ,where she operate a tea room. I

and like all precision: Wesley>1a1. who lived at the Dyal
Instruments require. ) a certain tome In Princeton several years. LEGAL NQTICES I YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS; ARE
amount of "
cart 1 Mrs. Wesley Dyal was 2S year ,
INVITED TO ATTEND A NIGHT OF
Poorly focused lights M Two COUNTY ji'iXiB-s COURT 11
: partly of age. She leaves also a three1Iarold AND roe DADS COUNTY MXtBIDA.
I burned out bulb and dirty or son, Johnnie. IN rSOBATB .1 I IU
tarnished reflector defeat the lei! arrays OF BIS.T1U B. EDWARD
purpose Fun
*. Du4. { Laughter. Joy
of today's automobile headlights -; Aged Naranja Resident None TO CMorroas i I IT .
and AU Cretan. u4 AU Person Harlii
are largely
responsiblefor Clara a DMU>* Against said Notate:
Mianrl
Dies in
the growing accident rate at 1 HospitalDr. r.., and ..KI W P-16 M. hNkrHIM a. A PROGRAM OF ENTERTAINING
night! Mr. Simpson believes. .* mi ln4 .. frmmt any .!*!_
I Elmer A. Converse, 86-year. ... d.e.ad..hlrt! *M. mr **>*. at.-
k.. MnbM the MII. .< SMtlM S.Mw MOTION PICTURES
"Accident uv t > SOUND
figures
show that
tr r i old retired physician of Phoenix -nk, tff. m./, M. rf ........ c.-
death from daytime accident are' Aria, who sought to regain. his W. Mw Tart. to u.. Him. w. 1. Blow.
ea..' J.ln at Dwto c..', M kh at-
declining, but night deaths
continue falling health first In Miami and
fix to the CowtfcMM ta D UCmrtr.
Gear < >
to rise" he aald."ThJl later a* I boarder at the Barnard rtnrU... within .**< Mbixluwmlhi Saturday, Oct 30 8 p. m.
larger night accident rate could. tram the few W DM fiN Pawns.ttan .
home In NaranJ. died Sunday Saw ...- a daa.Y r
be materially chocked If drivers night la Jackson Memorial hospital .. .- to end taws.Md at "-1,.
would have their headlights .r MM wilt W Urn i
Inspected at MIamI. Funeral services
and brought back to nor were conducted at Turner Funeral >1 Dead OMilnr D II..t'"t.r.a:..*. 'i Bird Chevrolet Co.
mal at regular Interval Home All AMlitenr EMntar rf DM LM Will
Wednesday by the Rev. W. ..4 TOTUHMM 1nnRTSA
Wore than 60 per cent of all It C. Thomson, pastor of the First L EDWARD Homestead, Fla.RcpojK .
automobile In operation have unsafe Presbyterian Church of MlatnL .s..191

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i (Om It, 1 .f headlight, according to official Burial wa in Palm Cemetery at
I state Inspection figures. Naranja. IN Two rmn'tr coca T or Two IITR
I' JUDICIAL' rmrtrr n AND FOR
Mr. Simpson pointed tests Survivors are his wife ',,11\0I. DAUB (COUNTY FLOaiOA. INBUNCFBT ,
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conducted I and Mr Lucille ( :
by General Electric I daughter Lee
m Tits: AFTER or Twit Anorrmwor
.. which indicate that headlights show I both of Phoenix; four sons, L. R. INFANT. HUDSON PKTITION tORADOPTION.

definite deterioration as the car and W. L Converse of Los Angeles, MOTH it or rnrrioN FOB ADOPTIONMOTICI5 I
\ 1\ ages.rho" same test! also:I Ralph M. Convene of H Segundo, I* Wr Ims vlwi that Ih. urHhf.

I show that after cleaning lenses and Cat and Dr. R. V. Convene of slave A. D. IM1 will. M M the!...tTUt. ...ta......*t A.X.-t-II mikr I
reflector, headlights may be boost. Indianapolis.The apantlun as one 1 the J..La. 1 u" ri. Ilk
eel In ..*< CoM al UM rirm>Ul JwHrW Clrm ., ;
candlepower as much a* 100 send for Dub C...... roaring I
per cent pupil was asked to paraphrase list .. ...dr k> mass t'InrIda.1.I.. th.dnytlo. ..
the sentence "Ho wi bent kr UM <"tf the mtt mint Bud
MO M Uwlf SawklOT ale kolr.il-Uw
For result use Leader- on seeing her. cowARD NIXNICHTHILfN I
He wrote: "The light of her WIN NIGHT
Enterprise Classified Ads doubled hIm up-EJC. '.MM W. IflB. AUBTIMiy lor r. -ti -- ____ fOot. H,: Mov. I. It 1>> I I iI f 1
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- Friday, October 29,1937 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Pare Three

i. WILCOXContinued their chestnut out of the fIre," Law Writer'Criticizes judge Mr. M. A. Baker clerk of

i, he..1eI."WIth radio and movies New Stepmother LawIf REDLAND F. F. F. court, Warren Wood; sergeant at
propaganda now can accomplish By Willis Barely arms Walter Thompson; prose-
( Prom Pg One) la M outing attorney, Billy HUson; and
days what It took three yean Florida law were up to date, .
In 1M United Slate The amend to accomplish after the World War married women could handle their I CELEBRATE HALLOWEEN chief deputy, Bllb.Ande1'Im.Afirr
ment, however, failed to put, and broke out In Illt- lie declared. separate property a* thy do In the meeting anjaroo
the trade "We must not let Last Friday night the Redland court was hH for entertainment.General
t ti agreement WM enacted ourselves get other states, without getting a
without material modification for pulled into some distant conflict free dealer1 license, Ethel Ernest Future Farmer held a Halloween
party at the horn of Mr. and Mn. ,
another three yean.Saying In order to protect somebody's Merrell of Miami, author of a
M. A. Baker. Prospective' Green
foreign trade. I
humorously that he pamphlet on Florida laws relatingto
wished he could reach la his pocket George L. Swan, president of the women told the Lion and their Handa were invited to the party. j
and pull out a port office for Redland District Improvement I wives and guests at Tuesday: even Games played were three deep. r !
Homestead Congressman Wilcox Association presented Mr. Wilcox I ing's dinner meeting In the Lions drop the handkerchief flying ;i
i reiterated what he had previously as the man with the reputation of dea Under the present laws, Dutchman bobbing; for apple and t
written to leaden In the movement being the baldest-working com- married women are grouped with prominadea. I
for a poet office building greasnan In Washington. Invocation lunatic and minors in this regard, Ice cream doughnut, punch R P i
here: that Homestead baa been was pronounced by the Kev. she .Id. and apple were enjoyed by all.
plated on the eligible lilt and I* assured Milton Sackett Two vocal selection Among other law criticised by Those present were: Mr. and I E
}, a federal building by 1838!I were sung by J. Q. Caldwell Mr :Merrell was the recently Mrs. Lair Mr. and Mn. Baker,
,, If not woner a member of the Bedlam enacted so-called stepmother bill Kathleen ROM Lola Ball, Mildred
school faculty, accompanied by I Cox, Amelia Jarman, Wanda
Pointing to his action In the recent which gives the second wife onlya
. mnil"ellin getting a bill passed Miss Rebecca Fisher, music Instructor child's share In an estate shared Sickle, Dorothy Bebrens, Norma
I authorizing the national government !, by children of th* tint *>". It I Andrews Merle Lott TheresaDaniel
to proceed with development Mr. Swan thanked the Home- wa designed, she said, to keep I Claudia Yates, Phyllis .
of Everglade National Parkas stead Dullness and ProfenlonalWomen's some fluffly little thing from taking Jensen Alvin Prothero, Walter
soon aa the state can convey Club which adjournedIts I property rightfully belonging I Thompson, Willis Baxley Allen
title to the area, Mr. Wilcox predicted scheduled meeting Monday to.the first! wife's heir but Is un- Hartford, Ceo. Grunwell Chas.
that It and the Ovenea night to join with the Improvement -I fair to the worthy second wife Behrens Elmer Hampton, Cecil1Parker I
Highway, legislation for which he Association In hearing Mr. who bring up"another woman's Donald Hawkes, Don Lair,
also sponsored, would do more for WUcox' address. He asked the brood. Rex Romine, John Borgardt Jack Public Utilities
all Florida than anything heretofore president;; Mrs. Flora D. Myers, to Mrs. Merrell w.. Introduced by Hllson. L. C. Davis Warren Wood
i accomplished. Thousands upon take a bow.GREATEST I. Mn. L_ L Bow Homestead llbrirUn Larry Holt, Herman Byan, Richard I Ilenteitead fleas IIS-M
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cnwsnaw, Richard jensen,
thousands of Given
people will come Mr Victor ears=
to see both, be said, and all these two song to piano accompanimentplayed ard Ball. Keith Coalman. IUcn-1
CIRCUS I Harold Hampton Billy
: son
thousands must
the
through
pass by Mn. J. IL Webster, W.
rest of Florid to get to their oVaUnaUon. I, Flak announced the program bell William Hampton. NEWTG.BALLNUnr

Homestead and theRedlands IS COMING SOON I number FLAN INITIATION I PBbll
(I. as the gateway to both Oca L. Swan Introduced the FIKE DfSVKANCK AND
1 the Everglade National Park and following guests of the club: Mr. The Redland Future Farmer I KINDRED LIWXS
, the Oversea Highway, will benefit and Mrs. Gordon Ivey, Mrs. E. C met In their club house last Monday -
'1 more the other section be The world's mightiest amusement mad J IS N. bM Av*.
nny Ernest of Lanmle, Wyo, Mrs. night and arrangements
. Ald. enterprise on tour-the Ring- Flora D. Myen and Mrs. Ben to hold their Green Hand degree!
.S Citing the supreme court decision ling Bros and Barnum tt Bailey Archer of the Homestead Businessand Initiation at the next meeting. '
declaring his municipal bankruptcy combine dcurcua-wltb Its 1837 Professional Women's Pub The candidate for the Future I Edward StilingReal
bill unconstitutional handed .seven-rlng-and slag program Mrs. W. D. Bishop Mill Rebecca Farmer degree will be initiated at
down In the midst of his, campaign star studded and liberally Inter- Fisher Mill Esther Done, the next regular meeting after the' Estate
for re-election last jrear arid spersed with Dew thrillers from I Miss Mary Grace English' Green Hand initiation. General Insurance
announcement of which was bel- Europe and Asia, featuring among r H. N. Fairbanks of Miami Beach I

lowed by newsboy at the very its array of new wonder the most E L. Middleton of Miami, J. Mar- Kangaroo court officers e:1 Cor.FLORIDA Palm Av crrr.*. and FLA.Av*. B
Q moment he was "pointing with gorgeous introductory spectacle In quette Phllllpa and P. W. Roger elected by the members They :
i pride" to It at a rally in Bayfront Its brilliant history, India, I* definitely I
Park, Miami Congressman Wilcox scheduled to exhibit In
said he1 started out to "get Miami Monday and Tuesday
even". Nov 8 and II.
"I wrote me an amendment to India la not just another circus
1 the constitution providing' that spectacle It Is not merely'* slit
congress by I two-thirds majority teeing parade to open the big show ,
1i'
vote could override a decision of I performances. It la the result of
the supreme court What'spoiled I a year** planning, a really staggering
everything was that started reading expenditure and much research E
everything I could find In the on the part of Sam W.
library of congress on the supreme Sumpertx general manager of The HOW r
court The more I read, the lets I Greatest Show on Earth. Costly N-y
wanted to change the status of the fabrics wen Purchased in carload '--..-;::

1 suprem court as umpire and makeIt Iota. Color scheme blend in I ABOUT
subservient to the administrative lovely perspectives. Every: one of ,
or legislative branches of the two thousand people and animals >'
government When the proposal taking part wean a, small AN ESTIMATE ? '1
to "reform the supreme court" was fortune on hU or Its back. All
brought out, I regarded It at a have towering headdress of
1 blow. at the foundations of free exquisite beauty. One group of
government, and I did not hesitateto IT' horses with girl rider*. la like
express my conviction by word nothing ever before offered, for the
and vote." I tones, wearing medieval bejeweled Have you wondered what the home you'd like
Mr. Wilcox: said he was afraid blanket of ,velvet, carry gorgeous -
the"exlraorlllnanIon of congress canopies ever the girl ..l! to build would cost? "
which ha been called win I heads. India la a torrent of color .'(
'I'
be "too convenient" In the face of and flashing jewels,. flowing over : : .
J.J present world attain. "The crop hippodrome track and the : ; -
we are going to control will not rind and stages. It la the '
be planted until April. so I don't Fthe t word'in pageantry.-Adv.. .: Oro Why not inquire? We'll be glad to give you
see the need of so much haste"
he said. II* made an eloquent i Experienced
figures and some very practical pointers on
appeal for citizens to "keep their New employer: "Ar you farallar
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,
feet on the ground. with mules "t- ;
"W* have got to steel ourselves Negro stableman: "No air; Ah \ making your "dream home" come true. .
against the Insidious propagandaof inowe* 'em too well to get fan l-
those who ould have us pull arT- Ex. ': >.


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Poire Four THE LEADER-IM! TERPRISE Friday October 29,1937

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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Bailey and Ksthersa Kelly wet Death Takes Infant Son
1 the octors. Dolly Barnett lad .to s
: PeW abed Fridays st Ueasestead. HOMESTEAD SCHOOL NEWS song named "Tat PMfiMOHes," Of Mr. and Mrs. Lance

I Ha, by the grail Bade and -Oh. Soldier, Strfdtef*
I hWWIiIII Ceo Barbara Miller talked about Services for Robert Adotpn

poultry Luna Mae LoU had a Lance, flve-wreks-oW son of Ur.

next ARCHER __ Editor By, NCLLA SAfLS Rebecca Vickers who has moved to play in which Mary Radford read and Mrs. Robert L Lance of
MARJORIE: LEACH ARCHER "A Package of Seeds.1
Key Largo. who died
Princeton Saturday foU ,
____ Associate Utter The twelfth grade home eco-
nqmlci das I* studying practical Miss Ray's class Is very clad lowing an operation were held at

a.aeeed es Koa?d due ma etiquette. The tenth trade girls that Ernest: Walter who was mIa POTATOESCeolSMwd I p. sn. Sunday la the Prinoeto
matter March i. 1112. at the post are studymf textiles partlcutarty now able to be In school Naureoe Muscle with the ....
office at UeaestoasX FlerUa.haler with reference to the different The pupils of Mrs. Thunaen's C. A. Condon, pastor in chaxie",
1M act *< March> urncva fUhriwe sad weaves for cotton, second. grade art Interested lathe ( From Parr One) aasUted by the Sev. Noah PeUr
woolen, linen, and aUk material new aMuaer notebook They much from one and a bait ounces on.
The by which cotton h arc alas !lewnaug to make article Burial In Palm
rit2Chl. *iJ. A YEAR peaces* soil would ant work Is the was Cemetery
mad to took like linen Ilk, or which they would find in a store BMtXme planter. at )lannJa.
wool If else being studied' and This class welcome Peggy Chamber Another improvement added by

Telling lie to get eat ef t mess alae the tort which eM be need from Ohio P. C Peters JIlL, Is the hot for. Workman Injures Foot '
it like crossing; a ssacasi to reach to distinguish between rayon and Two aw pupils, LeoMrd Becker soaUHkyde treatment of the seed .
dry land. It looks like solid ground .... and Emil: JuaUort.*r,eaeoUed potatoes With ST.OW bushels of In Jump From Building
before you step In. But one you The ninth grade girt are getting 10 Mrs. Edwards' claM this weep seed potatoes for Its own planting,
samples of plain figured, Miss end about 25.000 more to be treat.ed .
are in, you find yourself sinking Jfk-kson's nttW pwptsi are D.IX Houston of Homestead is In
in the muck. You grab hold of some twill, lappett, gauss double cloth, I Interested la making Mack cat for either growers using Mi
reeds to help :yourself out and become pile. and satin weim. They are bead bands In art packing sari _JPl facilities, thePeters i Post Graduate hospital suffering
further enmeshed And it studying these weaves under Ole hone Installed two General from mashed and broken bones in '
:you should finally struggle your magnifying glass and the entire Electric automatic boilers that cir- hie heel as the result of Jumping
way through, you come out cover cUss is finding this very interestlag. GIRL SCOUT NEWSBy I relate hot water through pipes from the roof of the new high
ed with smelly.'itlnwII) StuffJJade' Athley KassB, Scribe Sunning through the formeUehyde school addition to escape being"
I solution tank to keep the solution trapped in hot roofing tar with
Miss Mary Elizabeth Ranson wu Our Halloween party will be, heated at 123 to 124 degrees famiheiL which the roof was being coated,
Old Age Pensions voted Miss Homestead st the Junior held at Don Scott's home Everyone Where the cold formaldehyde He Jan4ed,_ his feet.
Average $19.17, Says LeeAt carnival on Tuesday night The be at Mrs. Skill's home at six treatment required immers -
priM win be presented to Miss o'clock. I oa for nearly two hours, the hot THE WEATHER
the present Urn 1.139 persow Hanson at the next school assentbly The next court of awards will be formaldehyde treatment requires
In Dude County in receiving I held at the home of former Judge only 1H minutes' Immersion, and Ea OffVM__MOOT..-nowt. .-Hi tile.aorta-va.i:
old fit assistance through UKlUle Atkinson.We permit the tepid treating of the
welfare board., Curtis E. The turkey from Mrs Johnson's sang some songs at this reed that is necessary in the handling Dale jMaxjMi! Bar| Raw ,
Lee of the county welfare com room was won by Malrobn Smith week's meeting The new scouts of so grant a quantity of seed, Oct 22 .... J .7 170 I 12945, .83,
of Redland. Jimrnle SchaUent lOt laid trails, and the rider scouts Mr Arthur saidRED Oct 23 ,__ i 76164! :2984 .I, '
dim- the cake sold by Mr. Hector's room did signaling and table setting Oct U __..I; '72 i n I 1Oct. I

"n average of lit.IT for each person Mia Cecelia Harper got the kodak Monday afternoon some Scouts CROSSe 2S -177152 I : ,,30,031OcL .
; each monUi The avenge old offered by Miss Williams' seventh teamed bed nuking and table set 2. _... 12 I 17 128.581Oct.
age punekm for the state b slightly grade ting. I e I. a7 : 83 I 411 '28.88:
\ more than 919.00 Athley Kemp wu hostess this From Page One) Oct. 2.S 'it SO 29J4: ..00t
The senior are glad to have week. She served cookies and
i Of the group between the agesof Dotty Home bark after her absence Dtkie cups. The hostess next week very active in Homestead dla'iIIIl
it and 7t that registered since J the
past
summer lie
.f two and a half weeks 1s. Lea.-nor L-m-.nn.
t the first at July. 439 are receiving that the chapter had sent Ted I
Present were: Olrleae Pace Ar-
assistance, he Mid, Md WO ere Bleler ,I
municipal swimming pool
\ The senior class was divided this drl Fkrmsn. Ann Lsdley, Marion
yet to be pawed on. to the
manager, Red Cross
Aquatic '
week. Edmund Vida Katharine
I Mr Scott and Mrs. Msy- Clarke
: At Tuesday night's meeting 53 nard are the borne room teachers. Graves, Mary Frances Rutland. School at Brevard, K. c., and that
wee* granted pensions and (4 were Dora Scott Ann Hickson, Betty on his return be had taught swim.
I refjsed help. The committee, One section of the seventh grade; Bailey, Ruth Craves Marjory wing and life saving here all aumraer -
M., Lee says. Is pushing the In- Is occupying one of the new rooms: Sayre, Charlotte Ceronlmo Ann .
,r vnfctatfons as fast: at .possible. The other tisane are waiting Rheney, Melba Van Winkle Barbars -1 Mr. Payne; also called attention
Five new ease worker were added to the preparations made by the .
anxiously for the emvdetioa of Miller. Jane Fuchs Mary BOTTLED -GAS
recently to the 26 already employ.ed. the ether rooms. Catherine Suber, Margaret Sim Red Cross for disaster relief shoulda
storm strike this section. Work.
mon Margaret Lawrence. Virginia
I I The typing classes began typing Kwner. Jenny Harding Athley I lag with John O.Sane, Post of the!
Future Farmer Set Up this week. Kemp. Caraiidua Melts Mrs American Legion at Homestead'
the Dade County Red Cross unit
Community Display CaseA Bard and Mrs SkaElementary 14"-1
Mrs. Becker's class welcome Installed a short wave radio set
I I Edith Becker, 4-H ClubBy la the Legion home here together
community display cue and with one of the portable generatorsrecently I
I bulletin board houie-Uke In appearance. I I Glenn Ro' --Slth;:;; .Is a new Fay tUasrtbesMciangwascalfedto bought by the Red Cross. dub
( b.. been set up by the I pupil enrolled In Hn. Cider's in order to guarantee communication '
Homestead Future rumen In a home rootn.: orderby with Miami should an regular
small rock garden adjoining the --- the presides The minutes sources of power be cut oIL
.
sidewalk In the i sixth were read and were stood as prov. f.
vacant lot south ; The grade Is sorry to lose ,!
t of he Home building Here the : Lewis Vickers who has moved to ed. Proud father "The mill who
; vocational agriculture department Key Largo. The roll call was read and all marries my I I I the girls were present except Pearl .-
I of Homestead High School will Mrs. Wynn's sixth grade wet- I V
exhibit unusual fruits newer or i comes Frederick Chambers tram Shuler, who has stopped 4-1L Suitor ""Msy see M. please-
i other product labeled with their I Katherine Kelly had a play Betty j lEx.I a
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Ohio.Mrs.
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scientific names, common names i nfkld's dsa welcomes
I and commercial uses. Elaine King from Pennsylvania

, : TIle first exhibit consists of: the ,I Miss Dorwy's claw Is finishingthe To thereel .Come {a today sad 1stM
i Ceylon gooseberry, used for Jelly; cover on a set of Florida notebooks .
j.. the JiIUck&led for butter coloring i The pupils have painted show yam the sewNorge

fr ; and the carsrehols, used toe 'tour very pretty flower pots for Ranges s.dKed
: JeIIJ. the room. They are sorry to beeKilgore's for pas httltJ gas

I Now you can 10)07)
slop Norg luxury and cookIng -

convenience: no master *

Bred-Rite where yea lives

, choose exactly the rae,.
last suits you best from

t the wide selection of

f t gg sices, models and colon
Tomato
1 Seed 1 offered by New,.. 1"

the lWp leJ.e 3". MytrjRa
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Bred-Rite PLAT lair wMk trial rod ol.,.... Bo.w the flue hot
Marglobe
( ) been mama did thawed and unbumed cut br
glvinxj a coal el Carvr Asbestos run 0001109. So east sit [Ore. -
f Bred-Rite Grothen Globe to apply -iliriprf spread It on win a trash. JB

LOW rauNcmo COST Is.

Ure l-Rite Scarlet Topper tile Carer finance Plan provides awl paysMat -_ law

esi MUM par month. No Down Parnwnl-Mo MorlgaTt ,
t Bred-Rite Extra Selected Globe 3 TOOTS to par. Lt M explain this simple plan to row oar
without obligating yoo to th* least.
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I and other leading: varieties
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October 29,1937 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pan Pm


Mrs J Milton Leach who spent Mia PrtociUa Robteaon of Home I Correct

) I the summer In Homestead I.* now stead. She will attend also I I TVacher Tommy, name fivethings
in Miami with her _-In-law and/
In and JlroundHomestead the annual formal banquet to begiven that contain milk."
daughter. Mr. ad Mrs. Jame M I
tonight by the tatkg Epblcopal
Canon Mrs. Canon and her I I Tommy: "Butter, cheese. levcream
students. and two cows."--Beaches
children. have Just returned from
Min Eta Maria Arounaa of Smite Toronto.
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a five-month stay iu France and
Homestead and Mia Amy Harm
, SwiUerlaod. and Mist Bicabeth n.... both *f/'r IOItWh

1 I Mrs R. J Shepherd return- Perrlne wen among the 177 seniors -
Friday from her summer home hi invested with th* privilege1! GAOYE

', *" Mr. and Mr*. C. H. Lawrence Mr D. W. Hooker of Spare. North Haven Cora ot gown wearing la the the annual senior investiture cap and THEATRE

* #' of Homestead wen visited Tuesday Fla., has come to spend the winter I Mr. and Mrs. Z.: A. ftema and ceremony at Florida Stale Collars COCONUT GROVE
. by Mr.Lawrence brother and with her and
eon dJluatllft.tIlew.Mr. for Women. Following address
d."a.. and iii:; an
lster-ln-law. Mr. Mil Mrs. P. J. and Mrs. W. W. Hooker. IIaIIMt Saturday AI am""
Ronnie Duo moved to Homestead by Dean William O. Dodd of the
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no to .
Lawrence of Albany, N. T. The >
, last week I College .t Arts and Science,
visiting Mr. Lawrence, who It Mr. and Mrs S. H. Hicks and I President Edward Conradl the Sheers Z and t mi Mm. aft

manager of th* A. 4 P. COlt department -, daughter, Sylvia, of Jacksonville Mrs. Walter Schult of Wailed, college placed a mortar board upon
f office at Albany and his' left for Bradenton, Sarasota! and sat .......... Oct M
Lake, Mich.arrived I"rIcIa1lot the the bead of each senior anUO.
, wife were traveling the state of Orlando Thursday after a visit winter. tag her to _IIbe academic Pus -... TM. Oet IU
Florida M members of a tour partyof : herd at the borne ef Mr. Hicks ....1Ia. Miss Dorothy Ross of Not I. I
46 persons and dropped out at: rother-ao-law and ... Mr. niMn. Mr. and Mn. Bonaano and HoaasaUad.. ala took part In the
V Miami tow the can M Homestead, Charles Connor. They were By of Foulton,X. Y. arrived ceremony acting a* a aophomonsister. Jane Withers
accompanied by Mn. Connor's day. They have rented the alll-i .
WaUar
; Carl Anderson*Manager of the mother, Mrs W.'H. Hicks, whowill vermaa house oa the Dixie BetsMU a*

! Homestead office of the Standard make an extended visit here. way. WILD AND WOOLLY
''I Oil Co., la recuperating from an 1 : Wf'l
|, operation for acute appendicitis. Mrs Vivian Roger of Coral C: W. fOlltt--was tam U the 0 M7" MT Dig lUtleweea fan bat fcUr-

" Cable who I fa recovering from a pMt Graduate hospital Wednesday day night 11-M |k a*.
.. ,A daughter JuanJta Elsie was,major operation was brought to' eight for medical trectmrnt
/t: born to Mr. and Mn. Wilbur Na- Homestead Wednesday to recuperate
I Sam Dodd of Miami, a brotherof Wed, Thar. N... 11RALTII
0 bon in Sumter, S. C., on Oct JZ at the home of her brother-in- REDLANDS CAFE
law and Mr. and Mrs. E. 3. Mrs. Joe Dos_, was critically
jf according to word received bjr Mr sister, Injured last week when he rod l BCLLAMT laIt
{ Nabors' mother Mn. Annie Nabon. DyaL
muck oa the bead and shouldersby Can't Last Forever"Fri.

[ I v.... fe M.". rtiiBurL Mrs. J.. *. a wheel barrow which fell as Reopens Sunday
t. Mn. Ben Left It expected to ref' -I T'N} JtuniU-Jb"c.h: awl: rt war .being hoisted to the top
turn Tuesday from an extended Mrs. Chas Roach ot Miami were floor of a new two story apartment ., 8sC Nev. a, S
Oct. 31
f' :' visit with relatives In New York' luncheon guests of Mrs. Roach'ssister house In Miami Beach. I.+ Till JONEI FAMILY
City, bringing with her two tom. Mrs. Beetle Kemp, Wednes was taken to the Alton Road hoIU1 ..
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In another of their 1Inariewal

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w.iere it wee said he was .f.
. Allen, whom the took north with day.
her, and Lanny, who arrived in I II t faring f.tm a possible skull fi-.n orr. F. E. c. "POT fanny pleturea"Big
course of the visit Mia Mary Wunter of Goshen, tun. Mr. Dodd has pent severs
; t'lt'l Ind., who If spending the winter winters necHarold MRS. ANNIE NABORS. prep. Business"OWN
Mr. and M--;: : C Hagler In Miami, was s guest of Miss Ma Diet who spent the

P and their two toni plan to spend I Redln from Friday until Wednes I summer In Virginia and Jacksonville

! the week-end at Craig. Fla., returned Wednesday.Mr. .

WIll go In their-trailer.- Tht"1 day.Mr.. and ME"P.; : : Wilson of I and Mr*. Lynne Flnley an YOUR OWN .

i' Mr. and Mn.: A. G. Drenka of I Hollywood were Sunday guest of: 'occupying the Selling .cottage on

1 Wanpun. Wls., are spending a fewweeks Mn. Wilaon'i rother-ln-taw and Avenue B
i at the home ef L. O. Rof- sister Mr. and Mr*. A. J. Camp """"'-
bell. Mr. and Mrs Jim Domino of Water
Ale
M coconut Pahn dthre. System
: -- ML Vernon, N. Y., arrived Thursday -
, sr kit sad Mn. Allot Horns liavt Joe William McMlchsel left with his falter.
. Dadllvisit
ten.. t cm Peatacela ioe a twiPctbe Wednesday to. retain to file home Louis 350 GALLON PER HOUR OUTFIT
J 11'.. ,)iytt, y 9Axl.\tadtiye'ak (to Dothaa, Ala., after a jrislt with ;
>> 1 returned
k his, wea.: swtev btute relatives here. : Miss Vema1< ,
terse-tj Saturday to her home In Hobe 25 GAL. STORAGE TANK
,
grandmother
.. I Mr. and KnI.-Skk1e, Smith of I Sound after' a visit her with her
-' Mrs; Bird Fitzpatrick of Miami.
Miami and their mall Mrs Fits
daughter uncle and aunt, Mr. and
and ai* uncle, r..nrFit..-
Caroline, wen guests of Mr. and Schroeder.The .
pntrlck of Miami, who had hers .
.
... Pat Bostwrlght during the
vising them la PenueoU returned week-end. Ladiea' Aid of the Community -
at the same time. Mrs. O T. Church will serve a fish supper -
s Hasty azi. another sister of Mhcraeind tonight in the Sunday schoolrooms .
her baby, also had FLORIDA CITY .
fMktd them In Pensaeola and him '*/. W. tVwrr. CanasjpaaaVat '"
th"jr too, came to Homestead for Mr. and tdni": Derbyshire of

t a two-week visit On her retain Mr. and Mrs J. H. Simmons r*. Flint Mich, started south! on Oct
'3 tin. Harrison will live In Tallahassee. turned Saturday from Pelenburg 34, and expect to. arrive, her on

7' ,. I W. Va., when they: spent the lum. Nov. LLocal ---

Mrs. l'urt.II L Lee'.At boN (5' seer Girls Take Part

this week. Mr. and lira X. W. Eevery of Ceremonies
I In College
i Mtj.ad tan. C H. Holland an* KJam1 UIJOIIIICa the birth CIf a 't:tim, .. -
daughter, Joan Maureen .* Oct 6 I)' ,'< of n'Ksne*tile birth of an cl a at the Jackson Memorial hoe .,
. ." cUl: btar.l'l'M&laa Allrt, JoIae4JI o' freshmen at Florida State Cotttge 4.95Small
at the Port tin adu.M hovpttat. IIUIt ,are to take part In the annual ceremony .,.. .-. .
H : -- Mays a4 .... M. ttvcraua of Fealtyjm Nov. ., In thlaHI Carrying Coarse)
.
,. M...Sand reittUaHon WM ..It.t and IrIndchildreD't4Gd *, held at Ole close of the freshmen e Aatoaaatle air valuta eeatrel a Thresh ......*** .jrsJsl. JPeaMeaetfan
en I* tile Port Graduate hopln1 ,gems crt their ton and daughter orientation period, the freshnn I'
Sunday for medical treal eaa.'f the ; Ne i ecatlar (.mp, built stranger to wear Maier
l-lw, Mr. rod Mrs. Sam Silver- wm pledge allegiance to
seed ORMvIe a4 Sewer *... Itiaaa alned cylinder and bras* valve
man of Miami. chooL Among the freshmen 1* ...... lowered ky U AL r. ........ taductta* ashes Teak
.' Mrs. Margaiet Freeman of Jacksonville ----
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and auUM e| vamp galvaalaed.Cast
\. arrived Monday to visit
Mr, and Mrs. Lather Chandler. Iron Chr e-Pated

$ Mrs. Campbell WM M-I TOMATO Soil Pipe Brass Fixtures

turned".toO her home Friday from I SEEDDid
the Dado County hospital when Oaeu>leto KMas

she underwent a minor opentiotkMn. lien acil Lavatory and stab faeveU.

Ca, Flaaagaa. daughterof skewer beads..a elber rob
Mrs. /. R. ChasnbUs underwent Wass. 1-110.a"
and Uarheu .
A major operation IB AJBMTleu 4-be as mss. seesmerMs Fan

*, O*.. on Oct 18. Th openlion You know? Gal**, Use ,4 bargain frlea
was performed bj her cousin Dr. Wnd .ad
Wad Chfmbttai who ha vWteJ Reapla.

In Homestead. Mrs Chambllu M 1ST-Ir.

visited her ..> Rolland, la Pamylvftnl that the average cost per Acre for tomato seed is
thin onmer and return Cut Iron Galvanized
ed to Amertcu with Mr and Mn.Flatagan less than one-half dollar, the smallest item of ex
wH .had spent the am- ; Pitcher Pump Well mints

mer to Bar Harbor M.. AI three J, pense in your crop? Yet it means so much In your

plat W stun to HosMatead. the I'' fJ' M-a. .*> LM41ta.
net returns-It to buy the Wst. Buy seeds J."
last of Mavember. I pays .Jj;} 36 40. ... amIce.

with a reputation that counts. H >I.U
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I 'Social Events in South Dade T 1 1MI$8





MADGE TURNER WEDS PALM BEACH PRINCIPAL J. A. KEIIWINKEL MRS. BEVO WEBB GIVES MISCELLANEOUS "

I I i NEWSPAPER MAN IN ORLANDO OCT. 16 ADDRESSESvOIUAN'S In a talk on education at CLUB Tues I SHOWER FOR MISS FRANCES ARA DORSEY;,

da,,'* meeting of the Woman'

Itelmesd friend ofMedic Has urday, the Rev. P. H. Mean, pastor dub of Homestead, Principal J.I Mir Frances Ara Doney who Doney, Mn. Lee H. Lehman, Mrs

Tsp pt received announcements of the First Christian Church A. RehwlDkef rave a brief history. will become the bride of Bowling W .E: Rheney Mn H. P. McDaniel,
officiating. of education and presented some Mr*. C. N. Walker Mn. Elizabeth
this week telling of her G. Dye in late November was given -
"Mr Crooks received bar edu- of the prevent day problems, especially Fucha, Mn. Hood, Mrs. Webb, Mrs.
marriage OB Out 18 to Walter cation at Young Harrla College, \ those of character train a miscellaneous shower Saturday Campbell, Miss Emily Jones, Miss

t James Crook, Jr, of Palm Beach. Young Harrla, Oa., and the Georgia ing. He touched, also, on the :' afternoon by Mr*. Bavo Webbat Mary Jackson, Miss Eula Ray and
f Mss Turner ton Homestead a yew State College for Women at modern tendency to combine at Webb home on Kings high Mill Doney.
ago after, u three-year residence MlUed evllle. Before her marriage specialized courses Into more use
way.
I here while she was employed at i the was associated with the Lake ful general course )MRS. QALLAHER TO ADDRESSa
the First National Bank. Worth National Bank. Mn. Joel J. Roblruon presided The gifts, hidden In a covered
P. W. C. MONDAY NIGHT
The following account of the "Mr.' Crooks attended Allentown and Mrs. Annie Butler and Mr. I I I laundry basket and a huge bundle -
1 wadding it reprinted from the Preparatory School at Allentown, Harry D. Wolfe were hostesses. Hot I i were brought to the room and presented Mrs. E. H. Gallaher, librarian
Palm Heach Poet-Times: Pa., Temple University at Philadelphia tea and cookie were served. to Mill Doney by three of Homestead High School will
"fhe wawlage& of Miss Madte and the University of Present were: Mrs. David Shetz pickaninnies who told her It washer talk on opportunity lOt womenin
of He If connected line : "wash". our t.cal business *i.d profesilonal -
ElUwbcfh Turner daughter Mr. Pennsylvania. Mn. Henry Ruegg, Mra.W. D
t and Mn. John Riley Turner of with the Palm Beach Post-Times., Bishop, Mr*. Homer Davis, Mn Mr Webb was assisted In serving world at a postponed meeting
\ Ciiffiii Oa., to Walter James "After a short trip Mr. and Landon Carney, Mn. J. S. Horton, by Mn. Lonnle Hood, Mr*. of the Homestead Business and
Crooks, Jr., ion of Mr. and Mi*. Crooki will make their Mrs. Robinson, Mn. Butler. and Frank Webb, Mn. Joseph Adams Professional Women's Club In Legion -
Walter James Crooks of Akron, the St. Cage Apartment, Mn.j Miss Jennie LobdelL and Mn. Claude Campbell. hall t' ."a') i veiling at H

1 Ohio, took place In Orlando Sat- Sound. Those present were: Mra. I. P. o'clock. Mrs. tlor.M Keith Foulic
GARDEN CLUB TO MEET McLean, Mn. J. H. Webster, Mn. ,will king, and Mrs. \\. B. Mill
MONDAY AFTERNOONThe T. J. FaUlt, Mrs. C. O. Robertson, will!! ploy a piano cU.
l MISS LILLIAN PORTE MARRIES NEWTON South Dade Garden Club Mrs. H. O. Thurman, Mn. Willard All -,mo are i.iUTt-.ttd are In-

t CLARENCE BERNHEISEL IN WASHINGTONLocal will hold its tint fall meeting Mon rifield, Mrs W. R. Bird, Mn J. vied 'o come.
day afternoon with Mn. Annie O. Wynn, Mn. Ruth Scott, Mr. The club ha recently discussed
Butler at the Butler Hotel frank Webb. Mrs. Geo. N. Wake- changing Its regular meeting night

friend of the Rev. and at home about Nov. 10 In Elmira, field, Mn. Lawrence R. Becker, from the second and fourth Mon.
Mrs. John WUUam Porte of WashIngton N.Y. Mn. Carl Field, Mrs. Theo. J. day to the first and third Man-

D. C., and Redland and I The bride was graduated from The Calendar Bleler, Mn. E. B. Blackburn, Mr days, and the question will probably
4 their daughter, Lillian Merrill,I Temple University Philadelphia -- ,- Joseph Adam, Mrs. Edw. Galla- be voted on at the meetingof
her Mn. J. R. Rutland, Mr*. J. R.| Nov. 8.
i have received announcement of where the wa vice-president of Oct. 28 Redland High school
the marriage of Mill Porte to: the Phi Delta sorority and a member carnIvaL
Bernhelsel of the orchestra and glee club.
Newton Clarence on I
Oct. 29 Sacred Heart card I
I Tuesday, Oct. 26 at 7 p. m. In the' Later he took work at Rutgers party at clubhouse.Oct. THE DIXIE DRUG
First Brethren Church of Washington University and taught In New
28 Florida Ladit
Jersey high schools City
A reception was held at the Porte' The bridegroom like the bride, Aid upper In' Community Church! NOVEMBER 3,4,5 and 64Bi \
y hors Immediately after the cere, hOI spent some time In Redland.He Nov. 1 Program meeting of
< mon)'. wa graduated from Pennsylvania :Homestead Business and Professional -
'. f' After a wedding trip to Boston I State Teachers College and Women' Club at 8 p. m. in
and other Interesting point la the, since that time ha done educational Legion baIL
r
i\ New England: fates they will be work. I Nov. 1 Meeting of Redland Day
r Neighborhood Circle at home of d da de

SEVENTY GIRL SCOUT LEADERS ATTEND Mic. D. R. Snyder.
Nov. ] Homestead P.-T. A.I
J I
DAY CAMP AT SKILL HOME IN HOMESTEADMore I executive 10 a. m. committee meeting at I Friday, Saturday


;. than 'aeveny! Girl Scout dred Berry, Jacqueline McConnell, Nov. 3 Covered dish lunch I I

\. patrol leaders, assistant, captain, Nancy Orleman and Betty Lou eon meeting of American Legion f. e e
t lieutenants and council members Hyden; Senandoah troop Janey Auxiliary at home of Mn. W. E
of Dade County attended the any McCay Dolores Salder and Bar- Rheney. MEDICINES WEDNESDAY ONLY

y nual patrol leaden' day camp held bara Cook; Miami Shore troop, Nov. I Meeting of Presbyterian 11.00 pack of 50 rural*,! Cspwlei .
> Saturday at the home .of Mr*. Miss Catherine Archibald, Nanc Auxiliary at home.of Mrs. 2 *1L1 Compan with 43e value
{, Frank Skill, captain of the Home- Jane Bell, Mae Cox and Margaret C. Ben Plummer. Halibut Liver Oil far

stead troop. Schneider; Shadow Lawn troop Nov. 4 Work meeting of Red- 49 pint alas Miami Oil Almond Coco
i Mn K. L. Wled.Mimann conduct- PrUcilla Lobeck Helen Ostegarden land Home Demonstration Club.
ed the opening exercises, Mrs. H.II. Anna C Robinson and Qwen Nov. 4 Narsnja O. E.: S. meetIng Petrofol 2 for 5Qo Soap
1 McCluny taught the dolyn Bradley; Miami Beach troop at 8 p. m. 2 9 c
group an ,
I' Kt nine JUull White Pint and
Mn. Lewis Joy Little, Mary Ann O cake for
; old English folk: cUr.ce: and Mrs. Nov. 5 Homestead P.-T. A.
,: t I Harry C. Crawford spoke on the James; Troop 7, Margaret Tough; meeting at 8 p. m. Tar Cough Syrup 2 far 26
: work of patrol leaden: and corporal Troop 14, Mary Jane Hort, Alice Nov. 8 Clean-up meeting of i' and followed this with .1 Baxter, Theresa Schneider and Woman' Club of the Redlanda. 49s .pack ., 100 Panic .iMf 0 a" IMM

t, ( atestlon box and open fororoMb Barbara Baxter; and Troop 3, Nov. 8 Birthday party of Aspirin Tablet 2 for 501
',6 \ : Btrle McCluny conducted Dolores Sater and Elizabeth Rich Cleaners at home of Mn. Dexter

a singing period and Mr*. Margaret aud.Members Horne TOILET GOODS THURSDAY ONLY
t 'i Vaynard, I story hour. Mrs Erkeit of the Homestead troop Nov. 8 Meeting of Woman' rack of 200 n.
Seller dlrec'H a nature alphabet present wen: Charlotte Geronlmo, Auxiliary of St. John' Episcopal A Wo value
I' game.y Marjory Sayer, Margaret Law, Church at 3 o'clock at home of Facial Ttsauee 2 far 21c
Medford
: y f f i The final period was a handicraft Fence Ardel Parman. Athly Kemp Mrs. J. S. Horton. l Linen Finish

and Virginia Klnner.MR. Nov. 8 Meeting of Monday 50 Ctrdtnla
l period during which Mrs. Stationer
Music Club at home of Mn Bevo y
Skill taught those present how to Face Powder 2 fo 51e
AND MRS. NICHOLS Webb at 3:30: o'clock.
make pine needle vase*. In* 43 Envelope
1 shell collection and seed collectionof HONORED Df KIT WEST Nov. t Business meeting of Ms Cantau 9
i Mr. and Mr Hubert C. Nichols Woman' Club. 60 La'Set Sheen
the local Scout were Inspected 2 for 511
Face Cream
t earlier In the day.Nose were houe guests i\et the wok- Nov. 10 Genera meeting of
end of Mr. and Mis. A. L. Weal W. M. U. at first Baptist Church. Only I rte a. a *nmiM .
bag lunches were enjoyedon of Key West and on Saturday Full Pint Mwc.1 s tans r Met iMtEVERYDAY
the lawn In the shade of a large evening a three-table bridge party Hand Lotion 2 for 50 I
i royal poinciana tree. was given In their honor.

Leaden discussed the prospect Mi.. Nichols went to Key West NEEDS SATURDAY ONLY
f! of securing a site for a permanei Friday and returned Monday. sSe

,( camp on a county-owned tract Nichols la a member of the 'Colle Qu'U111UoaM Beautiful, Convenient
north of Baker1 lIal.llover.t IIne..rm, force at work on MO'I Tooth Brush 2f 26

t Announcement! ws made of a bridles of the Chl e* 2Se pack Ffauld loin 1 Make-up
I court or awards u oe held NOV. X1.a:
II'; \ S at the home of former Judge EPISCOPAL AUXILIARYTO l..f the i ''1' banislaseal 2..26t Compact
; ( Edith M. Atkinson The Horae- MEET NOVEMBER 8 genuineLVCENE 69c
owed troop will have charge of There will be meeting of the SO* yin .i I the singing and several members I Women' Auxiliary of St. John's 'permanent PweU Eye 8k Jfc
h will get badge Episcopal Church on next Friday, -
( Among the other present from Nov. B, at I o'clock at the home of act kniag cw-- ateMpMWM Regular. 81.00 'yaW L e I Mb to <
f' out of town went from the Coconut Mrs. J. S. Horton. M t $ Song r .wets
'i : Grove troop, Mr*. Martha "' ....peace Urf ..e gO,., Hot Water Bottle 2 he 1a1!
The members of W. M. S. Circle -- iMaliltMieMJ
Nicholson and Mrs. LU JUntlo [
; ).e .e de seeriae'auimee
t 4 Allapattah, Eloise: Akin, Edith Three will consider Important I ....wa as .... g ... I Redeem This llexjtH Coupon Worth 49' )
! )' I Chase, Nadine Jackson, Lola Lowe, business at their meeting Tuesday \ s.c.- Las .. .....,.np.. I this
1tsiS
Me ant
I at the home of Mrs J. R. .pa bring It to we
if.'J" Helen Williams and Dorothy lair tw"the .......hb *., I Rasa One *Mt. 4 I one Cost salsa
"it. Gresham: Highland Park troop, 'Pope, and all art asked to attend. Intel Mdur.dOlll and A--. I f*,f. PMttwS Got I "'*.. .,-.-4.ti=..., II.......T.w t I

! Miss Mildred Relttr. captain Lydia 11II f.ICIt.McI. waanu rues .
I ; Man
r : Dell Thurmond, Dorothy Ader- I 1M..
' bolt, Jane DeLyne and Rosetta !;NATORflL GAS 1I II I.

q ; I Bush's Barber Shop 1 I. .........

;WACluny Ask row neighbor. about It ---------- -_ _. _- --_.

; kirk Ethel Newkerk Margery Clean quick eooaenJcal | & Beauty Parlor
\ Hall Baryta McCluncy, Evelyn Homestead, Florida
. I Ivracn p. iron. M M. EBOM. MM LDUe BraVr*. dperator
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Friday October 29, 1937 THE ENTERPRISE Page Eleven_ _





'r oIfIeo.LEGAL and /w made NOTICES applkauon 10' a to CLASSIFIED ADS

L Social Events I 6.4.mbeam I. M W..r.r..... _= .dr.arlbd. Sold Cr If sPm=....i I

a the, C.. Sate ofto.wk RATE: First insertion 10d a llsaeL iubeequent Insertion /

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LIBERTY REBEKAH LODGE ENTERTAINS Dale Arm. Sew war.1 o.Fielr.-. I. .... o..a" III FOR RENTFOR FOR SALE: House: 4 apartments -

STATE REBEKAH ASSEMBLY PRESIDENT .rmm.rl d "Id Propewt. .....I I Ml South Krome avenue
like
mrsir.... toed sea t. 110. Mr
art unkwwe, I Has good Imitation tile roof Offered
-- UNIm sold nertH1..te ubaV be ........ RENT-Jive-room apartment at an attractive price See

Orlando Ine I'iiik and rosettes wed aeanrdIM to .... ar domiciled I and garage Apply Mn J. D.
Mrs. LillyM B. Sloat of > green wor biddr at I me for details Cameron Phone
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Iharala. will ka '' a i
president of the Florida Re- used to Inscribe the honor guest the Oaon aaaaa door oa tka fliM Mnadalla RaxW II S. W. First St ((1).fZ 71, Homestead

bekah Assembly, paid her official I mme on an tnununa banner and Ida the atk amth aai af af D.rwbr.11 DaMajbar. 1991. which C i I + I

visit to Liberty Rebekab lodge of to outline Inscriptions on the PaW this lea w of o.toMr. refs.R 'II FOR RENT Modem -roost FINE COUNTRY HOME. 3
ncres,
Homestead Monday evening I lubl's. Clark dw NAdieeR I'I apt. Mn. Peter Johnson SO1 I modern house 7 rooms; large

The opening event was a ban- AmnnK the otheft present wets: 1.11.By .Dad. c.n... Flrlds.CIr.ulI W. IJth St (010 If) front and back porches, 2-rat

quet at the Green Lantern restaurant Noble Grande Hazel Jackman, Cwot N. 1RU8'IT.. D. 0. I I garage and servants' quartets

where the table were dec- Sue Hallock and Janet Creue (Oft IL B. U ..... I).I FOR RENT Furnished apart- Rare tropical dhrubberv ThisIs

orated with coral vine and zinnias of Miami; Past Noble Orand Alms NOTIC Of MASTER' SALNotrM meat Water, lights and bath. a show place. $"$00.00. Some

_ of matching huei Kloppell, Pact District Deputy la 'karak trtaaa that ender and Prefer man and wife. No children -. I| terms Cameron, Homestead,
The lodge hall wa decorated I Presidents Trolls E: Kennedy, Con hr avtharlty af the timed daaraa at fm.I 1 I or dogs S. H. Fitch. Kings I j Phone 72.
Hoawrabla' Paul I
with llllei and with coral vine L Russell and Mary J. Stewart, .D.B.:m .f k*..tka Mm.aT.tht f* I I Highway, East (oil It;)

and hand made pink and green rosettes Past Vice Grand Anita Stewart, nit Cast of tho 5i..wtb J..I Cie' I
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twit. of "....d.. Ice and far "".... 'I PINE LAND
Intertwined In the trellises I Mrs Daisy Chrontiler Mn Elizabeth on tha lath day at Ortobar A. a FOR RENT Several ,hundred

After the state president was I Wheeler, Past Grand Fn: leis that metals aaaaa la sold Sla-D.Comet. ta Oau..j acres land suitable for all tract I! S A. West Mowry tao per acre

Introduced and welcomed the madea D. Wheeler and W. J. Stewart, al being aaavar-Hukall Chaaaarr InmrvolMxL Mo. a crops for rent at $10.00 per acre: 10 A. Epmore Drive $!IO per acre

brief Address Other speakers''of Miami. xrrpnrattoa k> plaintiff and AW" 10 A. Coconut Palm $55 per acre
and Nallla CaatbrHnnl. h. half cash balance from crop
Mrs. Fern D. Armfield. assembly Past District President tlillonl JD A. 21.57-38 $n:
were I Deputy are aVfandanta I .. Social Maatar InChaa..ry f7.50 hundred acres Part per acre
per
treasurer Mrs EthelC ulm Goldie. Wolfe. Past Noble Crandl appointed .by the Court In mid i I 1140 A. North Krume Ave $10 per
and br tlrtaa of the tarsal has never been cropped and U
of Coconut Grove assembly outside 'I Belle Brinold Edna Strick daaraa, andar acre. Cam< 72
Cora twill attar for Mia and Mil M pna.Ih therefore Ideal for tomatoes. On ,1'OIphone ,
guardian Hugh B. Seattle, : land and Margaret Gay Vice oats to the h....' and brat .M4rfor II Homestead
aaah al tha Rout* front doer at tha Bird Road (paved road) near
grand master of the Odd Fellows of:I I Grand Matilda Fox, Past Grand Courthouse of Dada OaantiP la the City 1 Happy Farms Dairy Only ten
Florida, Mrs Ethel Vandecar of Outside Sentinel C. P. Grlnold, of Miami rtartda un the lit day
11'_..... A. D 1SI7 between the miles from business section of MISSIONARY STRAWBERRY
Coconut Grove, district deputy' Past Grand Ralph Moon Mrs of .,..... a'clock A. M and two. 0'.1"",, "I Miami. Call at; Happy Farrru I plants, <0c I hundred 11. M.
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president, and E S. Capllnger,, Anna Meswnmlth, Mn Janie M, the mama being a legal dar,
i 1 the hewn. the loco boom of Mia. the Dairy, or write E. P. Frlpp, Lyon, Longvlew road, 2 ml west
district deputy grand master McLean, Mn Florence PacettlMra "knot daafrinad proparty altuata hi pa*. Coral Gables, Fla. and 2 mi. south of RomentcnJ
In candle light service bouquets Nellie Mullins, Mrs. Mollie Coua,.. Florida. towltTha .
Sooth Half at the rknrlnaaatQiartar (117-0211)
were presented to Mn Stoat,,1 Wingate, Mn Thelma Radford Mrs.. VaadacM and Mrs. Hannah Mw Flora Compton, Mrs Gertrude able i M loath, nee II tarl. aoatalaapparttlnlitf FORRENT 10 acres scarified '

Moon local noble grand. I Caplinger, Mn Marjorie Seattle, The 1.0 as mid"me pram more or.. _stateroom t."with land. $IS an acre. J. L. Hilson,,,IJ.n" "a,,, T-or'.al rt..h. mite

Mn Goldle Wolfe, conductor,I Mn Blanche Chapman, Mr*. all the bn.dits 1 nnaa Sad appmraaan.m Narsnja (alJtf) trees ana tropical true 3
1 00. ..n.. ........1./ ... sin any .... season Jungle Grove Redlan4
and Uu degree lean initiated MnI'auda Beulah Ashby, Mr Wm. M. Johns, Wow amid ta aatl.fy Mid daOatad -
Hobson. i Miss Elizabeth Sever, W. H. Ashby; area, FOR SALE 1 road and Plummer drive.
,
this. lIHk dan af Otnhar, A. Tl
Refrwhments were served m I I B. C. Murphy and two guests Mn CARRINOTON ORAMI.INOgparlal .17.1

the downstairs banquet hall which Murphy and Miss Ruth Owens, all ... > BRIGHAM ........ I. CkancaraR .., FOR SALE Bicycle In food condition R. I. RED FR\"ERS-Llve or tress

likewise was de ).'*ted with coral I Of Homestead. Sallcrtat for PlalnUffOetokar. ; new Urea -$10 cash See' eeL Free delivery in city Phone

( ,.. H. and tt HIT Mrs S. A. King US N W 6th SJJ-M McEwen Poultry Plart

W. M. B. CIRCLE MEETS Atkins, Mrs. Chas Pope, Mn A. NOTICI OP MASTER SAL St. (po29) l\IISCELLANEOUS-

WITH MRS. WALSEK Dinatale, Mn John Villa, Mn P. NOTICI IS HEREBY GIVEN that la
......._ af the Final Dana af foraaknaraantarad ,
The Young Matrons' W. M. & Villa, Mn L. C. Smith, Mr Chas an the tka Sand dar af aaptambarA FOR SALE: I-burner Florencekerosene

Circle met Tuesday evening at the Topplno, Mrs. Panno Mrs Ferris D. IH. aa amended by ..- datadaaptmaaar '' stove, practically new. PIANO TUNING anal repairing,

kome of Mn. R. O Walser, and Minnerly, Mrs. Ortflcl Mrs Clark she ElaMatk: .1. tadk-lal 1117 I III the Clrnirt Circuit la Caart and for af Big oven, also. Both for $20. T. Good used piano for a** cheap,

Mrs. E: A. Buchanan and Mrs. Roberta Mrs. Paul Osklerko. Mn Dada Onsets. PlorWa. la u......" hi that TaaSanlM C. Seifert, 27 N. W. Fourth St. W. II:. Koon. l1S N. W. 3rd St

Water were the hostesses. Mia Don E, Ferreyra and the Rev Jasdaonan. .1 cartalB R.aaaM_..saw Ina.pandlnc a Florida wherein oiparatlan.. I
.. and P.. r Kir at ,,1.Pel. ..\ WANTED
tka Plaintiff
a. a>
Jyibdaa. the
Jennie.. directed
protram. men ........ Dotkrt Na. 4tOJ-D), tM'11I. FOR SALE 33 Ford truck IV, --
r' ..- ... 11.._. .. dlrartad ay atvkdaaraa ton, stake duals, good condition.
;: : and In order ta aaarata and aatlafy WANTED Listings of houses
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Sandwiches, brownie and coffee REMAND P. the aaiaa, will after for Mia at .",,11. ._ $290! Dr. Cooper, Homestead, R. ,
were served. EXECUTIVES TO MEET I a." ta the highest bidder U,...'", for I R. On Talbott Rd. M mL N. of I and apartments for rent. Henry
The Redland P.-T. executive, _". Wake the South door at the County (08 tf) : Behrena ft BenJ. W. Morris, N.
Palm.
The next meeting, it was decided Court Houaa at Dada County, Florida. la Silver
I commutes will meet in the schoolat the C", >f Miami Florida katwaaa tka Krome ave, north of 10-cent
will be held Nov. 23 at the 3 o'clock next Friday afternoon. I boon af aim aclork A M aid twa I I store; phone 84 (aI8-U)
home of Mrs Stanley Wlttkop with a'clock r. M on Mandy, the lat { FOR SALE Compost In any
The next general meeting. will be Nvramaar:. A: D. IH, that Mruln Wandl I H. Wilson
E.
MnVMtkop amount Shipped in by -
Mrs Earl PacettI, Jr., and of land lltantad In the Coraty af Dada
at hostesses I held on Npv 12. Sate af Florida, .'_14" dawlkad aa I Of Hastings Storage lot at Buy a Home

Those attending were: Mrs Ed- At 12:30: Wedneslav the Legion failowa lowrttLot IS at Skid 7 af toe BIHraoranVctioa. Modello. H. S. Hlgglnbotham, Buy Grove Land

ward Carter, Mrs. A M. Logan, Auxiliary will hold a covered-dish of Coral GablM. bdlrialoa. agent, Box 383, Homestead.
of all at the NWS, of arUon 17. Town .
M s. Augustus Wynn Mrs. Wilbur luncheon meeting at the home of ship 14 aomh Manan 41 Eaat. aiaaptha I (po8-39) :; Buy Glade LandIt

Reed. Mrr J. D. Perkins, Mn Mra Wm. E. Rheney on Avocado N% of the SW'| of the NWV( afaald I
1 mention 17. all In Dada County LEGAL :NOTICESI la my firm belief that bleb-! :
Hunter Harden, Mrs W. H. Nolan, drive. Florida and aoeordlna ta
er prlc.ee sre imminent.Dont .
J.Ioi ;
1>'... Leslie Ditter Mn T. W. Car- I at raaard In plat book I _
publto racorda of Dada Ooanty Flor eccnrdln to law. the property rl..1 quibble about price.
ash, Mrs. Wlttkop. Mrs. Pacettl, I Professor: "Miss Cray, can you. ida. and aarordlrv W a dnllratlon at i Iharefa will ka told ta the hlahaat .. Dent salt
Miss Lobdell and the hostesses. Sash plat duly' af raa rd In Mid Dadatouaty I >t the Court Home door an tha not
classifications'Into
give me the three of December 117 which
Florida. any In ties month Buy now,
which men are divided?" II JOHN J. tlNDHET 1 la the Sth day of December 1M7
A. tpKlal' MaatM In ChnnrarrfOrkaWr DaM lab lath day af October. III. I 1"CIII'O Uuuu: me :Qr this suggestion .
MRS. RICHARD HUFF I Miss Gray: "Rich, poor, and I. '. II. It and t.. K. B. LEATHKHMAN: a few months bence.
CITES BENEFIT BRIDGE "ood-looklll.-Montreal star. .t".I'I I Clark af Circuit Court,
Dad County. FI"ride.
'Mrs: tudhard Huff was tiosteW iN71'55 tieterr sot'RT. ELRYRNTR'JUDICIAL ;' Circuit Court lUel II. A. Cameron
l NOTICES II IIl CIRCl'TT DADE COUNTY. By N. BTERRETT!: I), C0et. ,
-at a benefit bridge party fh'1; LEGAL FLORIDA. IH CHArtrF.RTCM I < ISi tl SVl Nar, I)

Womtns Auxiliary of Si B, ROrnLl.R.Na.rlalntlff II4IIH ... MOLLIIM _: 'I

Episcopal Church of Homesteadat THE "1111''' cotmT RLRVCNTH WILSON ...... at .l... Dafaadanla.FORK. IN THE rrvn COURT or RBroRn op
II"JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT DADS COUNTY TAX LIEN DAI>R (.OUNTT Pl.omn*. 4- I MI0 at puhlif ....i.... In the blrbwt Ilk(.
the home of II L. Cook Friday I sALR .. ., .. ..
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. -artra by affktarK NOTICE: OF "HERIKPS. : der tharor r r .h. before tha 8 ik
evening. The high score prizes CM N.. IteaSCBED hr'hlir filed la the abaaa I-'I:: MAIITYN LIIIIIII!; COMPANY 1110. dew at the Omni r art House, at IJadaOmialr
!.AH M KOBE!: Plaintiff n, WALTER dollta M. Wia.w.M tt _........ karinahaad I rornnratlnn Plaintiff r s. DIT.lt rlorlda In the City af Miami
were won by Mn Frank Belts B. R08B. 1 f. dent. ; Gown r KIIMt. and If niarrlad, AMUSEMENT'COMPANts. a oorparatlanKOriCI ; PlarMa, between the hour ,.f ...... o'olart
and W. J. Clark; the consolation BILL FOR mvofteiM I his arlfa Bank of Bny Dlacama. n aat>vn.Mo .. .....'..d.n.. A. M and twa a'rl.ot I' M ua Man ay.
appearing by affUaWl appended to *, Florida RaMy, avndlMla, Inc. a M Hr-FEDT: GIVEN!: that t the lat dar of Novanbitr: A. D IW7 lhataarlal
prize, by Miss Marguerite Crow; the Mil filed In nnrlda anrparalloii. ...1..... Btacarn.TorparaHo 0, C OOLEMAN no Sheriff of Da.deConnty pararl of land allualad In the
the low score prize, by J. W.. Walter B. :=rEI a Florida _tIoo. 'haOafandanta Florida. under and by .lrtw af 1writ Centers af Dada SOW of riorMa. afar ald,
named b a no ........n named arc naa.rMd, ah of eierutto haretofnra unwed out of daarrlkid aa tniknai. ki-wli
Weston; and the floating prize by unknown toplnhulff Lat af Bloca. 6 ..f ho HI tawra
Florida sea hk t.t"oIo" of the Sale af Florida and that the ... the above entitled Court ape the Juekaicnt IS
Mrs. Weston. thai awes '= la UM i dance af Mid arfaniU '. are to tow .omplalnant .' entered I In the anora. sorption af Oral dabln' a <"M......
Slat of FI........ the eartke of mbparnepan i ankaaam. tha 'that la no Pam have leclcd upon tna followlm 7..1rt.r. stall af the N W', of aaatfc 17 -."
Halloween decorations were boat weld bled eh Defendant' n tha State af Flo. : la. the service oftefandanta towHlLota ship I. _tII. It.... 41 Eal!: ..rrattna
used and Halloween refreshmentswere and that ka It ever the an at twentyoneyaare a"baaess pas whet weld hind web, It to II. ......1.... of Rosh. S.MHICKrr WS. af the hW, of lh. NWM af
rdarad Mid ....... 17 ill In II C." Farms.4
It k therefore that and that Mid de/eadanta j..r !: CITY. aubdlohknl. af DadaCanMy I I fla untj
served. Mn Huff I a _.. r, ..Iaii i ih
was assisted no* iwU.nl Defendant a. 14 ka la hera.by i them af tarenty-ave yvari. h hi thanforirdcrad -, Florida imposing I* Plat .tl. t. flat. Our
by Mn Clack and Miss Ellen required ta appear a tha. Ml af COW that MM a/My-rnld.nt Dafandantal{ .h.r..1. raeoded. 10 1'10' IMek 7. mt riot amok 1". 'I ..> IK. Publk Raa.arda .
plaint Had Id said mum .. or Mora .. of Dad < .,nlr. PkrMa and
Huff Monday the I'". day of ... aman. A IXWS7 lar .. tha tIoot'BlITof Complalrll'ltlM ta a Jlldrnaaa i pan ?t.. of the. Public Samoan of Dada .aivordlntf In ,I.'..'." ..t murk pins
Others present ware: Mr. and otIto..... tka alk-awhna.. at aaM bill an at before Monday tha Ith day dDn.nmb. M Co the air property norm of the abor* named dafoadaat >1 1 dale. af pecan I in mid, Dal. ,.. ualrlorlda. .
will ka taken aa aMfaaval by mid Daillva- .:, A. 1987, rher.rW Lot slim, DIXIE AMUSKMENT COM I'AXT. .
Mrs. H. P. McDantel, Mr. and .Is... palls.s d If bill will be Shea .. an' a earpomtloa. and that an ..-..... the INlay JOHN J LINDSEYAa : .
.. ,........ ard.nd be Special Summer In 41woo"Ir.lost.orr .
Mrs. J. S. Horton Mr. and Mrs I tI. that ebb armed by sold Do'.n. of Moremhrr.' A. D. ItST. katwccn lots
Mrs. H. A. =''' : ..es a kl.L. s.tp' It Y tewthr .......d that Vi. ray Joe Ian! hoar of ..... ...... alavan ( I. '. I l.. 11 and t>. "l11|
Howard Lamb, Mr. and as ,
HnmrlcaM d a aiwanpapar ubMehed ram a wart fur four nw..eeth, Hi the foresees sold two o'clock
Cameron, Mr. and Mn Henry pablbkad In sold Co..al/ and weeka In Tha Laader-lBtarprfaa OR.Do.r irtc ion. a* Mid day M the woulh 8..1 I NOTICE' Of APrfCATIOH FOR TAX:
Btata. aablMird. h MM (Is act MaleThk D t11a
Sty Ik. of the Court H tin*, I. Miami
Brooker, Jr., Mr and Mrs. Lee This lea ......... IN?. ) October net, 1M. Douaty Florida I .W after for ... Vila Ha. HilSHatlM
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H. Lehman, Mn Robert Bell, Mrs.I &, B. LCATHCRMUtOl I. M LKATHEXMAtf I IP I II fall antary to IhhU l.-t >...1 I la Sorrow .n that, Reran J
af ClmU OaartCJlRali >.a* af Circuit Court beat sorb"m.. seek In send pall the Tartar, koldrr a. s..l.l rir rf <'its .d WamiTag I
Frank Schneider, Mrs. Lula Oliver ( Court trcltUy I (Clrcelt Oanrt Ibali ehaaa iilirmal the p'petitar Oaaalfkata NuaWiaaad Ii.11 dated. ilath .
!Mr L. B Sackett Mn Ruth M SWIFT Deputy ""',. ". SWIFT. Dep.Clerk.. property ai din af lun.. A 11 IMI h.' filed, .rid
the MM iefeadaaa to aMWfy mold ano. .
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Carr A Carr SalleMata tat 1'1.1_/. Bbmraa I. C. DA'ij' for PUIntlff/ ., Cartlfkala la my ffl and I h me-h ?
SceV, Mrs. T. E. Evans Mn Joel II DnUdla*. <(< aditelt : Neo I: U. ISM) D 0 COLEMAN, print. frr, tee dad t, I.."r th.-r.. .. ._ ,o
10.&. MM N I. II : aaaanaaaia with law Acid r r f *
( : "v 14
J..4oblinMm. Ceo N. Wake- M IRWIN af r<* > Comity Florida. .nbrarn Ihf.,,II...lr *,,Fib ,I ",r." 57.
tieftl Mrs Keith Foulk Mn Elizabeth NOTICE or Arri.11'ATioT rosr"tAX NOTIC'II or Ar=1'IOC FOR TAXI: Ry R f!. IUJIICH II. Deputy par!.f I alluatrd In I D..'. "'y. n..1,1. ."
DIRV "I'1'OR I P f;RILIYf \i* l, Din 1 I I 8pr' I:a' .
Fuchi, Miss Pearl V, Wtakcr! : IML PIb Me : -t,..... for Plaintiff Sew ,. ;',,
( ki l.r ttttt An. of toll -MTINOflCF Cht1pM SUUIT i iI Mot k 5 I ? uTIN. r f
Mr. Belts and Col!,'y RoddsicuD I : IS HKRH1Y ivm I.t:; N-1 1 NOTICE! Is :#1UI1. GlVF.N .w. :I ,0.1 I. n 15 "Z 20 I 1"1'1 Mend, C..".,', t I ssd, it", I
., ,. P Hurflfld heists of Sin n'/I
Non hnll-r "f '" t"" 'r. 17-.lei! 1'10..1.0
"." 0"" 1'1" 4-1 ".. I 1' hth '.I ofSn' I Ta. ( ftUI ... N H iwa-d the few| 4W B. ,"' I I' < ,
HEART CLUB 1. t D I OJ h" :, ,1 I ... I n ..f Anr.7 A e Mrtha 'aiSr or M '>In.I r i ,*.. .V4 i i p' to r'
--- -- ---.- I rr.'f.. ,, a' ;t. 1.:1,", :.1.win N'il't;' 1 ia III.HI:I,Y IVfN 'that I. ....f 1'nk asn
TO eVE PARTY OCT. 29 J'A to k ;:., ., [ ,,,,,, ". of "Iho Pin .1 I D*, .... f I..,. l'nl. .to ", ,II '
i IH/wa eakraar- the fan.. n r. -t ,,. it.r.1 , Mrs Frank Panno and MnMnnk \ pi--Ty .n Oaanlr nt l>..,. ClabiFlurMa .< fcwib-r' A D UKC 1'If 1- "nS .....,. on the ..flb 1y 1
f'Jl'lfl "',II be hostesses at J'NATUROLGAS"] I Ph 1 ,."art It : .r7 vr, ,' J,,3J.1 rn-mrt I n.d f,,' I. 1517I
x I I II I I' n U,",,ai 4. 1'1. af PI1.. 2,3" 8 ',. I ,ul, t Is. 'n ,"....,.. to ,It .. ).I'd VA.' 0 h, f'
Ti>,iciiH Heil : Gird party Friday I 01 ."'lda.r, a uh. Plat It.H k <. pep.loo "'"" ', lla7r.
night at the clujs I'u i'id'i''<. W.I I 1o always ready for retailing, ,o Uu C"'inly if ItaJc. 01-Ago .1 ,;" ,.; 'I'. ;:'. 1". Y1-ri.t'" e, ; : I I: ,
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.Y ,. I" ,', vi 1 h -, ."
d, "I'd at( -a regular! h.u.inrai' I wale* hatin rufrlfermitwfi | t ha ,,,',, ..".. cal' ,?r .. cal, I K frtV \1",'" ,,' I..' '. ... "
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the aaM .rHllr.' I I Inhe n 't.' .c /01. II r .I
nk' ? "f t t.c: club Wodl'4\IY I Vlrrll D Lya. II N Kraata ., I nko. ',,,. .. I, ,, ,.. j M 101 C ,If ,...!
'n,.>ie ptv er>t were Mn Sylvia l aw ...- pa__ San .' J"I.I : : 'i ,, ,, ,,, ," I' I < I' ,, j ...,. '
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: Page Eight THE m Friday. October 29,1937

i MlM> HHMIIWINIIUmtNUIIIIinimniHMmiHIIHHHIHINMIMNIHnMHIIIIIIHmH.| IIIIHWIMmt I ; : ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTSMRS.

..n'nnnn._ _.mn_____ ____ Chase Vere-
i T. E. EVANS IS morning In the clinic room & tole
i ', SrRPRISED ON BIRTHDAY Grade mothers are asked to be
; Mr*. T. E Eyana: .war pleasantly present at this meeting and to report Sanborn LARD
surprised on her aeventy-slxth on welfare work that need**

1 ., birthday anniversary Tuesday to be done. a Ill.lb. .
evening bye group of her friend On Monday representative of Coffee iae. eta b. I
who came to her home after they the association will attend a district -
.' had fathered at the home of Mr. meeting In West Palm Beach. pkS21C
and Mn. 3. 3. Horton.
I 1, During the evening bridge was FACTOR TO SPEAKAT 45c
played, and the high score prize PvT. A. MEETING
were won by Mr. and Mr*. Frank The Rev Milton B. Sacked pa*.!
Belt. f9r of St John' Episcopal Church,
t Mr*. Evan daughter, Mr. B. will speak on "Families That Play' Country Roll CreameryBUTTERlb. Royal Gelatin
T. Stebblns and Mr*. Tom Loomis,
\ I Together Stay Together" at the
both Of Miami, served a birthday Homestead P.-T. A. meeting on 38c :navyLIBBY'S
( cake and coffee. Friday evening of next .week. .
Present besides Mr. and Mr
Ivan: were: Mr. and Mr Howard REV. HOWREN NORTON 3 pkgs. _uu 14c
Lamb, Mr. and Mn. H. A. Cameron
k Mr. and Mr. A. R. Livingston ENTERTAINS CHOIR GROUPThe EAGLE
; Mr. and Mn. Belt, Mr. and thirty young people who MILK 3 tall cans ZOc
Mn. Horton, Mn. Oeo. C. Slater compose the young peoples' choirof Spaghetti
.\ and daughter, Mr R. L. Godwin, the Homestead Methodist
Mr. R. C. Ward Kin. Herman :'Church were entertained at the Gold Medal KitchenTested :Macaroni
Schlegel, Miss Pearl Whitaker and Homestead parsonage after the
\ L. C McGlnnl church service Friday by the the 3 pkgs un 14e ,
: I Rev. Howren Norton, pastor of Saver 'Flour 20lb. bag 88
: ; MUSIC CLUB GIVES Palm Church, who assisted the BABY LIMABEANS
: Rev. J. J. Richard In the revival
; STEPHEN FOSTER PROGRAM I'I
i ( ', A Stephen Foster service Temple Garden or Parkway-
S program wa Cake and ice cream were Mrved
\ given Monday afternoon at the Present beside Mr. and Mr*. 2 ]Ibs __ 15c
I l first program meeting of the newly! Richard and the host were Dr. TEA Regular lOc pkg. Sc .n. .
formed Monday Music Club. The I C. K. VUet, presiding elder of the Juliette Bulk
meeting wa held at the home of I Miami District Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mr. G. I. Gault, and Mr. Gault H. Nolan, Mrs. J. E. Close, Mrs. Southern LadySalad Meal or Grits
i and Mrs. Wm. Miuselwhlte were Ivan Moser, Mn. J. E. Murphy,
\ the hoiteue Mr*. J. H. Web-I I Mrs. Dexter Home, Mill Nella Dressing or 5 Ibs 19c
n.J.
star the president, presided. Sauls, Miss Marjorie Moser, Miss 25c
y .. Mn. W. B. Mill, program chairman I I France Dabney, Mlsa Leola Lit Relish
jar FANCY
announced the program num. tie, Miss Eunice Walker, Misses qt. -
: ': ben, which were a* follow: first Martha. Edwina and Mary: Jo RICE
verse of "Suwanee River" with Close, Miss Sybil Cheshire, Miss
.. ", : accompaniment played: by MnBevo Betty Richard. Miss Marybelle: I 5 lbs--------- 21c
: Webb; ketch of componert Gibbs, Miss Marjorie Redd Miss MeatsI
life by Mr*. C Hagler Rice. ; vocal Jamie Richard, Misses Mildred, VEGETABLES H Fresh HOUSE
( FARM
solo, I Dream of Jennie With the Helen and Margaret Field, Misses
} r Light Brown Kalr by Mr*. Hun. I Antlonett and Helen May Miss Sweet Peas
< f j ter Harden with piano accompaniment
Rifle Booth, Elton Sauls, Dennis Crisp head
t by Mn. J. IX Redd; vocal i Carter, Charles Baker, Nelson MeI Z 2.-:O. 2 cans 25c
#'
J duet, medley of Foster by u
'J songs Courtney Kermit Gibbs, Joe Mur. LETTUCE [ A,
',. Mr*. S. L. West and Mn. WlllardFlfleld I phy, Denniston Riven. Robert
Standard
\ with accompaniment by Frazier. Cakes
2 heads 15c
; ) Mn. Mitt; and a piano solo by I -..- Cornor Peas
,w i J \ Mn Webb. 1st IN1Orll Cf

I{ :, the Cake bOlte and,,,*coffee. were served. by Turner's Funeral Home BIg Bunch M" ( 2 N 0.2 cans I 19c

: Mr*. West and Mr Webb will M-H AMBULANCE SERVICE: Carrots 5C
\ \ 4" entertain the club at the home of Lady Attendant Van Camp's
4 Mn. Webb on Nov. 8, It was anl' *
Bounced.Fyewnt. Phone 564-B. Homestead rIA. 2 for __ 1St Western Pork & Beans
t. .. 1.'' ; besides those named
''I y \ > were: Mn. H. Collier, Mn Tom Golden Ripe Round Steak 16.ol. can __ :. 5c
r Fault, Mn. Ceo. Frick Miss Re.
t i DL B. F.
I { i becca Fisher, Mn. B. E Catlln, STEBBINSBerMered BANANAS lb. ... .. -. 2&; SUNBURST
: Mr*. Lonnle Hood, Mr I. P Me-
J } 1 Lean, Mn. J.' T Vann. Mn. H. S.: optometrist Western Chuck! Bartlett Pears
I. Wolfe, Mn Carl Wagner, Mn IS TEAKS' 3 ]lbst 10c
r l > Howard Johnson and Mr. Lloyd rractfet te Homestead un Beef Roast No.2% can. .. 17cThompson'
t t Rooms S and 1
E t Deltz. Seedless

i f4 ? McCrory: Arcade lb. .__ _n _. 25c IVORY SOAP
\ P..T. A. EXECUTIVE BOARD Hours: .
R :. \ TO MEET TUESDAY Saturday __ 7:30 to 10 Po m. Grapes BEEF large and small cakes -
BRISKET
r MAIN OFFICE
1 "i\ f The Homestead p'-r! : A. executive MM W. '...1.... Miami. Fin.3.231327153 2 Ibs. 15c
25c
committee will select the year's rkOBMl n n or all for __ __. __
.J project: and decide on the '* .
UD
f( t :year Dr. L. W. Stebbfau. Associate STEW
I : t theme at Its meeting Tuesday Long Crisp Blue Box

CELERY lb. -- ..-.... n 15c Supersuds
: I

fl Pork Shoulder large box ...... 19e20c
Stalk 12c 777
Ask Us About ... ..
} : Ii.' Freak-- peen'- ROAST cake plate ...............IC


i : Financing for That Home You BROCCOLI lb- __ ._ __ 27c

I y [ Want to Build 1 lire bunch --- 20c Wisconsin Bread PICKLES and Butter

i CHEESE
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\ I', Georgia jar .... 15c
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lb.
MIS __ u __. 25c
1 t Armour's Star

(, f Brooker Lumber Co. 5 Ibs. _.... __. 19c Local Fresh Dressed Peanut Batter

.':" : Building Materials of All Kindt P rrine FRYERS 2 lb. jar .__ _.. 29c

;.} TELEPHONE: II noaissnAo, FLA.HARRY'S LEMONS lb. uu_ __ ___ 35c KELLOG'S

Large and Juicy Corn Flakes

l \ doz .. ... 25c Hens' lb30 c .
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pkg. ___ _..
Medium sited Boned and Rolled '
:, WELDING SHOP Standard'

t Avocados Veal Roast
i PRINCETON." FLA. TOMATOES

.I f.:: t Per.table Electric sad Acetylene Welding n Cylinder Block. each __ __ n.5c lb. _... __ .... 312. 2 cans ...15c ..
Cylinder Heads, Atumlaoaa Cutlass aid B.BeraAatenoUrt I II
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I ., 1 Ma ..'.e Ret airing-Catering t*>tangos la aisle I York Cooking Sliced Breakfast Sunbrite
bearing roaring ud alUaed rsaa ing, eeaaevUmir red peering APPLES
aced boring and aylinder boring.I BACON CLEANSER


,t I EXPERTYORKMANSIIJP GUARANTEED I 5 lbs. . .. 17c lb. .. .._ .. ..,. 3 cans ._.. .14elI'

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