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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: November 12, 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: UF00087294:00149
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOLUME XXV-NO. 46 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 12, 1Hn: PRICE FIVE CENTS j




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FRUIT FROST South Dade Unit of Children's Home : ;I

1 Society Organized Here Last Night MOVE LAUNCHED TO ADOPT :



SETUPBEGUNBYOBSERVER.. The South Dade division-of tChildren's -unit followed an address by Carl CALIFORNIA'S METHODS OF '

Home Society of FUr: Hoffman, Miami attorney who If<
las win armed in Homestead Las'tnht : a member of the state-wide boat
at a dinner In the Ore.v of the Children' Horn Society of
Lantern Restaurant attended by Florida and a leader In the work KEEPING OUT COMPETITIONTHE f
representative citizens In response I of the southeastern branch at MI-
to Invitations Issued by the diicctors ami. He told of the four homes
of the society's southeast of the society, at Jacksonville! -
H. L. Redus Busy Estab- can branch home In Miami. Pensacola Lakeland and Miami WEATHER Former Pacific Coast Res..

lishing 27 Temperature George L. Swan who arranged I and said that the Miami home, OfllcUl MdtlMir swat of Un tabu-esrat ident Leads C. of C.
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Stations ri-d presided at the dinner as the located at N. W. 14th street and Blh
Kedland District member of the!, avenue, serve the counties' of Date 1\1",1\11111:, Bar.l Rate in State EffortREFLECTING

READINCTUSEI) IN Miami home's bond of directors. Dade: Broward and Monroe. All Nov. a ..1 83 I 163 ,30.071
was elected chalnctn of the SouihDnde I otntnbtitions! of money clothes, Nov. II ..._.1 i 11 i n 130.101 STOP
MAKING FORECASTSTwice division. Others! electisdvere trulls, and vegetables<< from this' Nov. 7 ....._..1 I 'lI I 5S I 1Nov. I SIGNS TO BE ASKED
\ Mrs. C S. Atlin. v.ce-chalr- area to the Children's Home Society I ". .__| II | 58 130.131
man; Mrs. 3 T. B. McKIroy sec go to the M.nml home and Its: Noy. II .._....1| 82 I 63 !130.111|
Airport and
Daily Bulletins to ret.rv, E. L. Lawrence, treasurer; occupants, he ", !d. I Noy. 10 I 81 | OS 130.021 Clean-up City

Be Wired from Chiefat W t: Cheney and Mn. T. E. Kirby So far this year, 381 children Nov. 11 85 | 51 |129.781VALIDATION Paint-up Sought by
directors. have been placed under the supervision CommitteesFlorida
Lakeland OfCrers and clieitor of thr of the southeastern branch,

South Dade division win hive Mr. Hoffman said, and there are OF market for Florida
With the establishment of seven membership on the Miami home's now beteen 35 and 40 children fh growers through enactment of
temperature station In the Homestead board of directors, it was an- the home. After child has bert
area on Monday and Tuesday state legislation similar to the
nounced. REFUNDING ISSUE .
laced with a family, the home retains -
and several more on Wedne Organization of the South Dade supervision and examine quarantine laws of California, I*

day..and Thursday R. t,. Redus, closely the status given him-must the object of a movement started
weather bureau worker out of the TO BEGIN TODAY
see that he I* not used as a servant Wednesday night by the Redland
Miami station, began the setupof DAM TO REMAIN District Chamber of Commerce.
the fruit frost district which
he will supervise with Homestead (n suggesting organization of s Notice of the proposed validation George L. Swan a former G.ltor-
as headquarters.The JUDGE RULES IN South Dade division of the Child of the 1980.000 refunding; bond Issue nlan and former chamber of commerce -

district, part of the frost ren's; Home Society, Mr. Hoffman' of UX city of Homestead rj. worker on the Paqlf i mast -
warning servkvpr'ovided.by.theUniversity DRAINAGE CASE I emp&aiUMd that M Intensive drive. being t ivn legal publication today jrti? advocated the movement was ,
1 of Florida experiment I for funds was expected, but Just. in the Leader-Enterprise appointed to initiate It.
stations In co-operation with the the active: \ interest of the division, Validation proceedings constitute He will appear before the etvle k.
J6i day out of the year In enrollIng clubs of the district and get a ,
be taken before the
U. S. weather bureau service,com. la a decMott handed down Tuesday the last step to :
as many members from this valid Joint committees at work to spread ;
bonds are declared legal, or
prises the area from Palm Beach Circuit Judge Paul D. Ba '
tarea as might be considered a reasonable market In the the Idea of "Florida markets for 1
and the
south and across the Tamtam! made permanent a temporary InJunction put on or. .
Trill to Ft. Myers, Mr. Bedus said restraining Dade County quota at a membershipfee case of Homestesd's refunding Issue Florida growers" before civic and
of one dollar a ;year. He thank for due and commercial organisations In Miami
It Is one of four new fruit frost from removing a dam constructed exchanged past>
Redland District Lions Club and over the state. The aid of
ed the
districts created the last legislature earlier maturing bonds bearing a
by by South Dade Farms, Inc., to the
state chamber of
for its work last season in gathering commerce
of Interest
higher rate
The other new districts prevent flooding of Its lands by
will be Invoked also.
together fruit and vegetablesfor In order to speed up the process,
are centered at Belle Glade, De. water from a culvert under Camp
the home at flaw and saidCuit the Leader-Enterprise agreed to One Important phase of the
Land and Gainesville Four frost of
bell street on the welt tide
tltli contribution would be forms movement will be sn effort to
warning districts hay been operating Tallahassee ro d- which. I* about hold Its legal advertising
nortb'Flor a* welcome a* canh this morning until one of the arouse the patriotism of the FlorIda
in central and open
four miles east of Krome avenue
ida for three seasons. on the But Glade. The Warn hone IF really a home circuit Judges could sign the orderto housewife to a point where she
Each temperature station (there and bat no institutional air'about be published.The will refuse to buy out-of-state
The temporary injunctionobtained was it h sa'd. He Invited alt who validation proceedings fol- lemons when Florida limes will
wD! be 27 In Mr. R dus' district *
has a minimum thermometer which by South Dade Farms on could to visit tM borne at any hourof low action by the council In passingat serve as well or better on her
Oct 14 while a county crew and menu or m her recipes.
(Continued on Page Four) the day at their convenience. an adjourned session Monday
dredge were tearing out the dam night a resolution prepared by Recent experiences of local ship!
following complaints of farmers Chicago bond attorneys authorizingthe pen In trying to get Persian lime
to the north who claimed they were delivered to buyers In California
RADIUM I CURE STATION TELLS Issuance of the $980,000 refunding -
being damaged by water held back bonds. Expected action demonstrated that the limes would t
from its natural flow by the dam failed to be rotten before all the "red tape"demanded
last Friday night materialize
FORCANCERSAID These farmer entered the case at SPRAYTOUSEON when the resolution did by. the California quarantine I
their own request a* Intervening law could be complied
not arrive In time. I
NOT EXPENSIVE defendants The work of the mayor and city with, It wa pointed out at the
In hi*drlslon Judge Barn said: COCONUT SCALE council In effecting the refunding I II. (Continued on Page four)

". Plaintiff to protect its land I.agreement and the importance of!

The expense of radium treatments cleared a culvert under Tallahassee If the leave of a coconut palm ;It to the program of the city have I I
for cancer I*not prohibitive|I road on Campbell street, opened been given official recognition by : LEGIONNAIRESONKEYSSUNDAY
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ditch the north are turning yellow, says Dr. H.
and many parsons would be saved|1 and deepened a on the Redland District Chamber of i
from terrible suffering\ and death I side of Campbell street to the Wolfe horticulturist In charge of Commerce In a resolution of com- GO TO UN VEILING
by going in time to a physician for (Continued on Page Four) the Subtropical Experiment sta- mendation which will be read at ;
tion, the owner should examine the meeting of the city council
radium treatment, Dr. Carl F I
Robinson, former head of the Radiological them for scale infection and If I I Monday night. {
scale I II found the leaves should be
Institute of Burlington, MAYOR BOOSTS I The resolution refers to the
sprayed thoroughly with an oil I
Vermont told the Homestead Rotary provision In the bond refunding
Club at its meeting Wednesday emulsion. agreement for settlement of back I Members of the American Le- i'i'I
noon In Legion bilL REDCROSSWITIIPROCLAMATION 'The past season has been taxes at a great advantageous discount I slop In Homestead and South
Dr. Robinson recently bought usually favorable for the deva I&n-I to the taxpayer, which will'I' Dade will assemble at Legion Hall
and took up residence on the old ment of the Florida Red scale f I encourage settlement of taxes, I here Sunday at 10 a m to go to f
Uvennqre grove on Epmore driveto I grove owners have long :retl clearing of titles and building of, Matecumbe *to take part In thededication )
rest "", recuperate from him iced" said Dr. Wolf homes within the city of Home I c the memorial to *x- {
many year In the dangerous occupation The annual Red Cross roll call cently the attention of the stead" and i mmcnd the council ser ice men and civilians who died l.
of handling and conduct-' got under way In Homestead and tropical Experiment Station for untiring effort In "remov- In the 1933 hurricane The ceremonies
lag research work in radium.H South Dade Wednesday. 1M yesterday been called to a number of SUb-i'I ing this greatest stumbling blockto are scheduled to begin at
said that of 40 members Ia tM Mayor Tom Harris ot of aeriou Infestation of the the city's progress. 1330.:
:American Radium Society 1930,. Homestead Issued a proclamation palm by this scale. I An elaborate program of drum
'32 are now dead. "Most of \IIare designating the period from Armistice *In spraying the coconut leaves, Set 'and bugle corps and orchestra music }
Fish
:Another Fry
badly damaged, but the great Day to Thanksgiving Day as preferably not less that IV*It of I( has been prepared. There will \
trouble with most radium workers Red Cross Weeks and calling on actual oil should be used in the For Dec. 3 by1\len'. UnionA be addresses, massing of color by '
Is that they wont stop. I thoughtI'd all business estabUahmetU and ease of the o- olled>white or summer Legion units and volleys fired by
better come down while I could Individual to Join and donate to oils.or bout 1%'oil Jf the unrefined : fish fry will be held by the tile national guard, M part of the
and enjoy life In your sunshine", the organization which..is always oil i* used, although the I I Redland District Christian Men's ceremotuec attendant upon un, .llIng -
lie said. ready to give aid to the distressed.Mrs. tolerance of the coconut palm for Union at Legion ball Homestead, of the monument.
One-twentieth of an ounce of E. J. Dyal and Mrs. jr. R. oil 1* not known with certainty. ,on Friday Dee. I at 7 p. m.. the Commander Oeorge Crawshaw
radium' Is worth about a million Brook were appointed cochairmen The older leaves,which are ranged I board of director decided atmeeting a and Adjutant Win. J. Ceronlmo of
dollars but Indefinitely union for Homestead, which has and nearly ready to drop anyhow, held Monday nightW John 0. Saliey Post, Homestead,
last. Dr.. Robinson said. U has been assigned a quota of 200 members can be cut off and this win make M. Fifield I* arranging the request that Legionnaire remem-
bees; estimated that the power of at one dollar a member. They It easier to spray the younger I program for the evening detail ber to wear their Legion cap lot
Continued co, page Tour) 1 (Continued on-Page Four) leave." of which will be eaiMwewi |shot (.I ittt f4d.pu" + _" .w ".
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Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday November 12,19W',_


U.F.YICTORYOVEB : Welfare Bill Author I Homecoming Nov. 19-20 to Feature Lutheran Church to nIB

in :Miami Sunday I Fall Perth I Sunda
Speaks 1
:i I -- !I "Gator Growl" and Georgia Tech Game j

GEORGIA, AS SEES I I Officials ot the Homestead i _--_ A fall festival will be t
S dock Sunday afternoon
announced
Townsend Club yesterday
| Br John Fredrick and ArcherI "he final windup of Horn com- John's Bvangelistical
M.
BY LOCAL GATORSBIT that Arthur Johnson
I chairman of the general welfare I Smith lag will be an 'T" club dance
act legislative committee of Washington I Oalmtvlllt, Nov. 11T flaw 'he 1 new Florid gym on Saturday announces the minister,
i.'gbt. N. C. Zulauf of Miami
John Fredrick and Archer D. c., will speak In Bay-! hive just been completed for the Tkf
In behalf of Homestead student Louie Harvlck of the Don! 12
Smith front Park. Miami, Sunday at 114 and greatest annual Homecoming -
3:34: m. following a program of in the University of Florkda' here at the V'!iwisity: : were .\- weglan Lutheran Chum
Jacksonville, Nov. 11Aftsfive rmusk.. This. committee Is said, history This event, looked ruling a hearty nvltatlon to the speak, and special musical

yean of successive losses to consist of 43 am"....,. tram forward to the ;year around, tt the alumni and M:,Ai of tha Unl"er- ben will be given. Ever*
University of Florida finally belt Iff states. time when old graduates visit their I city In and around Homestead invited a

the'*University ancient arch of Georgia rival at Florida football The General Welfare bill (HR- I kM rotter to see how things are mil"Touch 1

witnessed. A crowd this football of 20000 game people ore I means till If committee now before of candrea the ways, aid and ,I bdrinM seining along. 'xl tine tit 'they 94. graduated The date I Football Takes Spotlight .1


of the greatest that the Fonda The T.TOAd J). Plebe.Club secretary, and ef if the enacted local Mt Friday.thai Nov.rear 10.ttt Homecoming Is In ILEUS. Physical Education Classes

Gators have played. -
ever '
the Florida
On Friday afternoon -
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Into law 'NIlIlnerwa employment /
stands were filled past capacity freshmen will Riverside SEE
and 2000 customers bad to be for those under 60, give security which play Is Touch football, one of the four names were selected by '
reputed
Academy -
Military ,
turned away at the gates. Thiswas for the needy over 60 stimulate to be one of the strongest high major sports on the physical ed- or more captains, these names
the largest crowd that has business, eliminate the necessity school aggregations In tile South. ucation program of Homestead (Continued on Page T_ ,

ever attended any kind of sporting for poor houses, and Increase the the famous Oa- High School has furnished much '
On Friday night
event In Florida history Income and purchasing power. for tor Growl will be held, with Ink...st during the season that Hospital Reports Kinr.
Florida lone and winning one-third of the population.Mr. closed this week Coach Theo J.
Charles Francis Coe, noted author, Is on Road to Recover
of the
Johnson la the author "
touchdown came in the second Bleier said yesterday: Achievement {
and
lecturer sportsman, a* master
quarter when Charlie general welfare bill, considerationof tests to measure individual
of ceremonies This year1 H F. whose
King
skull
Gator tackle blocked an KreJcler'1 which has been petitioned by remember that r kill and ability, as well as to reveal vi
sophomores will fractured In two pla In
ed punt, and Whiddon, 116 congressmen, from 42 states, had to their improvement over results of ft orw
last they bring '
year foot fall from s crane at the
snatched up the ball and outrana Mr. PIche said wood the Gator Growl tuhievement teats taken last year,
weight In to
I ranja rock >it Monday is re]
Georgia tackier to cross the I were conducted
bonfire which indeed was an 11- to be recovering at a satisfactory
goal line Florida for the threatened sin winning to I 25-Year Resident Dies luminctlng activity; I The ne high school playground: rate by: attendants at tile PostGraduate .

score points.again when Jack Blalock At Home of Daughter This year on Saturday noon, I m which several Inches of soil hoipital .?
Nov 20. a reception will be held I wtre put during the spring is tvutilnuit Had the Injury been on the back
Florida's
Intercepted a on
pass for the alumni! and friends In I entirely covered by gram
5,who Yte of his head instead of the
and 73 before trop
own goal line ran yards A. B. river came to
Thus, mu.h better footing ca.i b. *
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new Florida Union build:nj Tienat they siy It would probably
being downed on the Georgia Ash- I bay"
Princeton 29 ago from
years
2:30 p. m. another ancient and secured and the boys have been fatal -1'1.
33 yard line Captain "Tiger'Maberry burn, Ga, died at 130: p. m. Wednesday worthy rival of Florida, the Georgia able to make a oetter showingTiuipnicn' proved
of Florida deserves a at the home of his son-in-
stands And
the wear
School of Technology, wilt Education
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:, word of praise for his fine punting law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. entangle with the Florida Gaton tear Letter too, and footballs tlut Home EC and
Captain Bill Hartman of the Georgia -' R. L. Ogden, with whom he bad on Florida Field. The Gatori I would have taken punishmentfor Studied by Local Girls
Bulldogs continually terrorized lived In Goulds for the last 1}
promise to give Georgia Tech the I only a couple of months on the .*&
Florida fans with his all too rapid, years. toughest battle they have ever coral rock are still in good shape, Tallahassee Nov I I-Three of)

line bursts around and through the The body will be sent by a ill- fought It will be rememberedthat i and may bt used again next year the Homestead Florida State Col4|

amt funeral home to Ashburn tot in last year1 I The organization of the claaaei lege for Women students are en*
Florida students from Homesteadattending
burial Florida upset and I this year .fade possible a lara"r rolled In the school of home ec4onomlcs <
the game were Paul The only survivors besides Mrs Maryland Terrapins Homecomln'l, number a,' teams 1.0'1 owed of ft'll' and four, In the school of
)Merrill Rudy Gossmsn, Roy
Ogden are another daughter, Mn. victory. Out of I.r mer As a hauls the teams education. Louie Long Fitzpatrick?
Wood Wilbur Wood, Theodore Eula Miller of Columbia, S. C., that Florida baa were more evenly matched. This a junior Dorothy Ross, freshmaa

Fredrick.Franklin. Archer Smith and John and a number of grandchildren. Georgia Tech, the Gators have j j I fact dd:4 much :a the spirit of and Alta Vann, sophomore are'

lion two, tied two and lost nine rieidly rivalry Hut prevailnl home economics majors Ela Marie'

Methodist Choir Holds Therefore, It Is time the Gaton Team captains from each clam Aroiarena, graduate student Few
/ Miss Antionette Moye In tart removing some of those past I "acre" trki ted. They in turn yen Robertson, sophomore PrUcllla1

President of New Class Its Annual Election itings. We are extending a o ach g;' fn I list of t! e players In Robinson, freshman, and Jewels

cial Invitation to all Georgia ,1".1 tlieLisa, from whl-.i they Ie lee'. Turner, Junior, are the education
( There were nine present Sunday Twenty-four were present Ian Alumni to see this great game j ed those they wanted for their itudents. '1
i. at each of the meetings of Thursday evening at the rehearsal -- -- --------

Wesley Fellowship, an organization I!of the Homestead Methodist choir '

; Methodist Church that.Is composedof season 1837-38 Several new .

people between the ages of 25 members have been added. CHEVROLET! "

and 35 It will hold a meetlrl.1tach The new officers for the season b tnnitii to,jm

i Eunduv morning at t:U and are: Irving Lyon, director; Mn L.rM Ir.wd ...

.each Sunday evening (:30 In the Win. Musselwhite assistant. director You'll be ahead In iryle-beauty-.
Methodist .
Church building tits
: ; Mrs. J. D. Redd, pianist;
t Chnton Pepper Is the teacher of utra Margaret Mills, assist n: imartn.$i-with this bigger-lookIng

the Sunda) morning class. The I pianist. H. L. Brown, manager; .V-01
evening meetings will consist el better-looking arl"J'ou'U
Mile Antlonelto Moye secretary, low-priced
I cried I I
ant Interesting programs i its J E.!: Davis, treasurer; D. C.
wronged by the different members '
,! Williams, librarian; and Ivan Mosei i* ahead with a CJtevrolecrtw

The t'ffMit elected Sunday are: I assistant librarian. >saocseoor That's the enthusiastic verdict of

; Miss Antionette Moye president; The choir Is having new surplice: so,,I -? 0 w more and more people as they ace,
Miss Lillie Brown vice-president; I made, and .Is looking forward to e ,a drive and compare the new 1938 ears.

I Lloyd Field, secretary and treasurer I successful season. .1 And we believe It will be your verdict

I : and Mrs W. H. Nolan, program Anyone Interested In Joining it fro au aver asoue ease too, when you consider all UM exclusive -
chairman. invited to be present at the retiearsal ,
a"'ase.1s extra values this beautiful news
New members will receive i cordial next Thursday evening at
;, welcome. It war stated t o'clock In the Methodist Cnurc "A bWr a Chevrolet brings to YOIL See it at TOur b ;
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death of Mr. UKtuy's mother; the air at the choke of their drivers he used high geared Blue Sunoco I M* net gwnbttnj aMctunes Tim
PRAnTELLSOF Mr*. Caroline Ann Undaay, tt for two reasons: first, beMuao it,' customer haent a oft s nee."-Am- w
j Besides her son la Homestrad, In commenting upon the Arrow- snapped the motor into distant ....
AD-LESS RADIOIN she is survived by her husband, bile a J. Lynch, Sun Oil Com WIt, even oa cold mornings, and I'
George R. Lindsay of Oahoeh; two panys regional branch manager, second, because It performs at
daughters Mrs L L. Noble and: points out that when the Arrow- well in the ArrowbUe aa higher
BRITISH ISLESAn Mrs. Fred P. Whltater of Miami,I bile arrived in New York it was priced aviation gasolines."It i
end a number of grandchildren powered by high geared Blue Sunoco all makes me wonder," he I
motor fuel. concluded, "how long it will be before -:
account of his! travel through I "The use of Blue Sunoco by the all ofII will see the sight I O A PALM>
England and Scotland this summer AUTO-PLANE USES *'
Anowbile was no accident, said which gave our people such a I IEf
was given the Redland District Mr. Lynch. You see. this coal thrill. I mean that of a graceful
Lions Club Tuesday night BLUE SUNOCO INTRIPTON.Y.SHOW i bination plrn-> and car li powered I plane slipping down out of the sky,
by Chat Pratt of Redland put | b) a Studebaker six cylinder automobile -I I detaching Its wings and running J JI
president of the club and Scotsman -
a
motor; Do naturally the down the highway to the nearest
by birth. pilot, 'Jerry' Phillips, was careful I Blue Sunoco pump for another I
Radio In the British blew carrleino I t o choose an automobile mater fuel tankful of this high geared motor
advertising, he said and It together I -- which would give him plenty of fu"U"! ,
with the telephone and I tL\\ r. Rearing about B'ue Sun
One of thr sensations of this
telegraph systems are handled by co'a high geared power, Mr. J
s the post office department. There f yeoi"'s automobile show at Now I Phllllpi tried out a tankful! In the Positively No Chance I General
Is far lens war talk In the British York was the Waterman Arrow-I Arrow bile and was so impressed by "No," Mid the proprietor of the
papers than Is found In American I bile, a combination airplane and Blue Sunoco all around perform- wayaide cafe, "I don't want am Public Utilities
papers Mr. Pratt said and although automobile. With detachable I Ii I ance, that he used It for his flight lot machine which In\'oio"
Britain la flatting preparedfor I i wings, the Arrowbile hints of east gambling" i
I war each day line it the last I future conveyance which will I "In fact, after landing he told 'Thata quite all right, repl'c' ,1 Homestead Thane IOJ-M
nation In the world that wants It. I run along the highway or take to some of our representatives that the traveling salesman. 'n1I'e I
He expressed the opinion that It
was of the utmost Importance for
i .England and America to strive
together to Hold on to democracyIn
a world which la now tending
I toward dictatorships or s first -
In response to a reijueij from
J. Lamar Pixson, chairman of the
'i1 board of county commissioners.
. for an expression of opinion. to
cku what organization should be given
the county appropriation of $1500
for holding a fair In the south end
of the county, the Lions Club wenton
i record as favoring the Redland ___._ < 0
District Chamber of Commerce
sponsor of the fair and recipientof
the appropriation Dr. C. F
Robinson, nationally known radl.
; ologkt; who recently bought s
grove and moved here, said thatIt
was one of the Redland Districts .
ti fruit exhibit that tint attracted .
nil attention to this section -
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Two !solos were sung by J. Q.
Caldwell, Insructor In the Redland
school with piano accompanimentby
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JOJ N. KROME AY t.
I Arrowbile with ita wings detached When handled like

a conventional automobile the pronvllcr does not reeven cold rni
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engine and High Geared BLUE' SUNOCO give the

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.-.. "Jerry" Hnllipi. Hollywood, : aviation '*
it w I *I'I California pilot of one of the gasolines.
1 Studrliaker powered Waterman
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/ ing aulomohile. In flying this Sunoco motor Oil I,,* used xrliislv<'ly
ship from California to New

York, Phillips encountered all o eras
I" Linda of weather-snni-hinc, itt
ACKSONVILLEFLORIDA bitter cold trmrff.turea. rain

GAroerr and blinding snowstorms, R
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ENJOY' ...- COMFORT a toAia .

J,, Lid...o.. N,lob ...d.A..q Pilot Phillips aimply drives into any Sunoco station
.a ...J..ace.. b ,d., Avow and fills the tank.lie..y.,"performance of the i f

..r.. a.d MAPS hN R.., a to ke I plane is as good with Blue" Sunoco with premium .
..,tl.w. priced airplane fuels.

COCKTAIL IOUNOI ONOIIIOMt. toilet CHOP I I.d,
OMWO AND MELTING lOOMsR6&n6.a1 s
M..,.w
SO saw 11)0 I The Waterman Arrowbilc, powered
CeRTs ...121000 S4IUMW
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Fire Control Methods thuee to tin east where the Wrftof 1'1:;:
THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE RADIUMContinued QUARANTINEContinued il
I I now flows in ditches.
Dade Studied
In
County
After exh lustlve citations of law r.
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Published Fridays at Heme-
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stead FU.. by the Bomb Dad Woods fir control methods In ( from Page One One)
( From Page damage of landowners the Judge
Publishing Co. Dade County were studied lastweekend radium would be about half used 1n
meeting Mr. Swan declared that set forth among his ultimate findings :
I by representatives of up In 1800 years That Is one
two-thirds ( the competition: suffered :
BEN' ARCHER: __ Editor j the Florida Forest and Park Service reason, he said, why the cost of o
on the Florida markets" la,' That the water when It flowed "
MARJORIE LEACH ARCHER I Assistant State Forester radium treatment Is not necessarily .
rorida comes from California through the Campbell street culvert "
'_ ". Associate Editor William F Jacobs of Tallahassee, prohibitive. There Is no ..xI growers
was precipitated onto the land
,I District Forester Guy Wesley of pens after the radium Is once ac-
I "If It Is constitutional for California \- street would drain through the '
Entered M second class Mil Lakeland, and Extension RangerR quired except for Insurance
to keep out our products Campbell street culvert onto the
Smatter Morris 5, mi. ll the poet A. Bonnlnghauaen of Tallahassee Radium la teen as a whitish substance -
I it la to to enact the same kind land to the south
.f flee at Homestead.Florida, under were visitors in the Redland- something like a salt, Dr. up us I .
of quarantine laws In force in "That at other times with Camp.
the act .f March .. 157!. Homestead area M the guests of Robinson said but Its effect la by
will makea bell street culvert the
that state he said lie open water
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Baker of Red- Invisible light rays whose vibrations -
thorough investigation of Cal- rn the land on the south would
.. A YEAR land. j I are 100 times those of ordl-
81 a PRICE $! ifornia's fruit quarantine laws drain northward through said
I All three forest service workers nary light Its rays cause de
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I Erection of stop signs containing culvert onto the land to the north
attended a meeting of agriculturalhigh generation of body tissues, IhrI..kI -r !
( Jeweled letters that will reflect "That with Campbell street culvert
A Lost Faith school teachers at the Miami- ,I| age of the skin and that la how It
the light of automobile headlightswill closed and Campbell street
Edison High School In Lemon City acts -and that la alto
]I I nil be requested of the county ditch opened to the east as accomplished -
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t'vv I lust my faith In all my little on Saturday morning and remainedIn why It dangerous to handle. A
commission for road intersectionsof by the plaintiff, that
town, this neighborhood until Monday I I needle containing radium can be|
I the Redland District by a committee the land.to the north of Campbell
Where home-flrea gleamed M Considerable of their time buried In the cancer to effect the
composed of Ben Archer street and west of Tallahassee roadis
hearth, was spent with Mason L. Roberts, cure
bright on every j
Paul Reynolds and Wm. J. Geroni- better drained than It was be-
And lovely friend topped Into operator of the Redlands fire truck, Radium rays will go through a '
Chat. O Turner and Archer fore the enlargement of Campbell
chat awhile i, Inspecting the fire fighting equip- foot of steel, Dr. Robinson said mo. '
j will before the city councilof street ditch to the east and the
appear
Where snow-filled tracks ted' ment of the county and discussingfire Lead la the most resistant, metal,
Homestead to urge that the municipally doting of the culvert by the plaintiff -
down tile hill to church. I control methods and problems I as six Inches of it will atop the
owned landing field; be
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1 v" I lust my ft ill) in all that little They alto made a trip down the 1 rays: therefore. radium Is kept in ,
I .cleared of glass and nek trIpewhich "That under present conditions
town. j keys studying and collecting forI I lead cases |
I have caused government the plaintiff is entitled to have
est materials. Mr. Jacobs and Mr. | Dr. BoMnson! laid he had known I
planes to discontinue using the the culvert In question closed in
V" ?it mj faith in all my little Wesley returned to the Lakeland and worked with the late Madame'
I field In their VteMoe maneuvers that closing same gives it a pro-
world district office on Monday Mr. Curie discoverer of radium. .
because of damage to planes In tection when It hat by enlarging
vu I'PI'* Own were friendly and BoMlnghauten remained to teach The Rotary Club Wednesday
landing Periodic mowing of Campbell street ditch given the
all nations spoke classes: In forestry at the Homestead patted a resolution similar one
I grass In the runways will also be land to the north as good or better
(If pencelirrc; courtesy and, High School on Monday, the, patted by the Lions Club Tuesday I
suggested drainage facilities than It enjoyed .
kmdtv .s ruled, i Redland High School on Tuesday., to have the Redland District" )
Commending heartily the before the culvert was closed and
And! no man sought to gain for and Mlln -Edbon in Miami on I Chamber of Commerce receive the j reo'', .
modeling and repainting now Campbell street ditch enlarged.
self alone i Wednesday and Thursday I county appropriation of '1SOO for: progress on the inside and

lu l Iud my faith In all that little I a fair to be held In the south end THE raevrr COURT or THE; .
of the which is the second i I' of the Burton Department Store rtK'FNTH JI DlCIA CIRCUIT oi
world. county
(I.RED CROSSSI I and the Hometsead Hardware Co., I II"FLORIDA It ASP FOR DAUB COL'M.
action of that kind taken by the
I the meeting voted to ask the mayor TV.No.
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l\ I lost my faith In all my little club It was necessitated by a I

fcy'Where I Continued From i'llit One) telegram from Chairman J. Lamar and city council to designate a OF PROPOSED VALIDATION

began their work the Rotes left paint-up. dress-up period in whichall OP RI'i=..O HKTUNDINU BONDS.M .
night by night the same I as Paxson asking for an expression of or THE cm or HOMC.STRAD .
stars gleamed and danced i their luncheon meeting at Legion opinion on the subject 1 I business men and home owner FLORIDA OATEb OCTOBER
will be called on to Improve the 1. lilt
hall Wednesday, and
Fit me. The evening star to yesterdaythe CITY OF HOMESTEAD I Municipal
bright and clear i I Red Cross buttons were showIng f appearance of their buildings andyards Corporation of the State of Fiord, Pw

In ever-Increasing numbers FRUIT FROST to the full extent of their 1111._. n STATE Of FLORIDA Re.spondent. -
W" constant, and the moon up I .
seemed full of glee on the breasts of citizens ability Ben Archer, Chat Tur- TO THE!: TAXPAYERS> AND CITIZENS

1'_ 1 [lout my faith In all my little The roll call in Florida City Is I I' ner and W. P. Cash were appointed Notk'or* b HOMUTBAD.hereby ..... thai'LQRlDA a* order wan.

..kyFot headed by Dr. Walter L. Vercoe, (Continued From Page One) a paint-up committee. dub made and entered la the above ontltM .

In Redland, by Cb... Cox: in Al- I. indicates the lowest temperatureIn I It was pointed out that the move- ...._raaw. J".by the of Honorable the. Circuit Worth Court W.of

is hen I learned one day that ladin City, by Bert F. Johnson: In the 24 hours preceding the read ment to vote out the slot machines the El....ath Judicial Circuit of the 8taUr

town I knew Princeton, by George Cooper, and ing. A volunteer observer takes In Florida started in Homestead, Florid. la and for the. County of 0.....

W all full ol and I In Goulds Tom Torbert the reading once a day. At the and that another state-wide move- f a November ISth 1M7 aunt the state
< IT *o mean spite by '" Florida raqulrlni It. Uirowa the State
ful folk, Mayor Harris' proclamation I* end of the week Mr. nidus collects ment started here would only be Atttonw of the' sad Circuit to >h.nr
eau.>, M the 4tk dm of D.u nibr.r, its'
the readings and sends them In to
And nations ought not peace but as follows: following precedent. at the how of 10:92 ,rloek A. M on uU
WHEREAS ).,. 8. Ellison at Lakeland which is data, al the Circuit rCwirt Rom In the.
death and war, In time of community -I
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Courthouse M (%- at Miami Cmimref
the and of the
And stars I thought to constant disaster the American Red center headquarters I DAM Dad., la ..1.t. ChJuli, why l aOO.00n::W

changed to muchI Cross it always ready to render frost warning service From these hrfuiuMu. _.... series 18n. *.......H
readings Mr. Ellison forecast to a. u-i d br the MM City of Hoauit ad.
loaf|.my faith In all my unlvenel' aid and assistance to the distressed can Florida, should not be nlidrnM: and rvm.
temperatures for the areas from flrmrdIf .
I AND WHEREAS, this organization which they come, Mr. KeJus said (Continued From Page One say taxpayer or cltlara tl MId City ..f
But I I faith thafi In
I of mercy must obtain fundswith Romwtoad Florida ha. any came U .how
larger dto' I which to Its work Forecast stations in Mr. Redus' east for several miles and thensouth why wh .... should not ... ......... >all.
carry on district will be at Homestead Per- to Howry street so as to dated and "..fl-. ... la ...iilr.d to
A larger world and I larger iky. AND WHEREAS, In order to ob- increase the drainage of the land .bow ..... ... Cowl ** lie
rlne Hialeah Danla and Pompanoon said llnw aad'TlaM.
For
tain these
once funds, quotas are established -
the east coast, and at Deep to the north of Campbell street WITNESS my .Itnattu and offlrlaj ....lat
My little( faith could only just believe for each community of the plaintiff In a quantity or Miami. In Dad County. Florida, thai
throughout the nation Lake and lona on the west coast ISth dar of Nonmbrr" A. D. 1017B. .
volume in of what would .
excels B tEATHKRMAN
In what It taw and beard and felt NOW, THEREFORE, I, Tom J. They win receive frost bulletin have readied such land by natural Clerk. '"f the. Clrrnlt Court of '\\e

-but now : Harris, mayor of the city of Home, forrcasts by telegraph twice dally EanrMta Judlrlal. Clraull of riorlaa,
drainage In and far Dad
from Mr. Ellison at 11am. and Cauntr
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rye gained a faith thafi in I stead do hereby proc"lIIthe i Clnrall Court seal
bulletins'i "That at times If the dam In
greater God! I i I period from Armistice Day, No- 4 p. m. In addition the Br M SWIFT. Deputy Cl.rV
question were non-existent that
will be wired to all radio stations IRA
'vember 0 HAYCOCK
-R.: P. Marshall In II, 1837, to
In Florida for at water naturally falling on the Miami Florida
broadcasting
Florida Christian Advocate Day, November IS, land to the north of Campbell Bollrllor for PoIll.......
ThanUIIIVln'j least once a day by each station in
Cross Weeks and normal weather and more frequently i and this having been done, It then

ness establishment In time of frost danger |I plugged or dammed up the culvert .

Multiply your age by :a and add In the city to donate freely to this Mr. Redus, who has been with ''on. the west side of Tallahassee

B to the result. Then multiply by worthy cause the Miami weather bureau station road under Campbell street, which ,.1 1I.C :.T.,.

00 Add the change In your SIGNED, this the 11th day' of since 1931, will make his headquarters I was the wily vent under Campbell

i pocket. If less than a dollar ,I November, 1937 at the Lehman residenceon I street to the south except

Subtract the number of days In TOM J. HARRIS, East Avocado drive, and he

this .\ear, 381. Then add US for Mayor, City of Homestead can be seen there In person or

good measure called by telephone by desiring .
Two little maidens were going anyone -

Ti, two left hand figure wIn home from Sunday school. Said information, he said .

shots your age, and the two right one "Do you believe there it any -

nand figures, the change In your devil" like Santa Claus. It's your father.R. ." .dlm

-pocketEx.. I No," said the other "It's Just H. Bennett.

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We have a fresh supply of Stokes', Simons', and Lan- received shipment of new crop Wyoming:


dreth's Tomato Seed. Also Peat Moss, Goat and grown BEAN SEED-Extra good reality-As-


Sheep Manure for Pine Land Planting-And be sure grow Stringless Black Valentine, Giant String-


to use Redland Brand Fertilizers if you want results. less Greenpod, Bountiful, Tend rrreen. McCaslan


--- Pole Bean Little Marcel Peas and others.



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Grantham
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THE KILGORE SEED CO. t; ,
Keep a string on
your Established five yeah ago, the Homestead tore at the K1I- I .
Are Seed Co has taken its place In the ranks of the Redland I
District progressive business hoiiae. C E.: Sweet, who has been : r
Jollar--s nend it at home manager since October, 1938 was in the employ of the company \
for yean prior to that ai relief manager and general representative -
and carrie out a policy of support for and participation
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CoDecc Co. E Phone .l That National Bank Bldr.Homestead. r'
Flnt National Bank Building ,.... I1T-M H_.....J1a. Homestead FUrld Florida.

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f Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, November 12,1937

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!! : !I'::! fI11IAil! Igit llIiIli! I'IT% and have taken up their residence" I "" I Spirituatlats to Hold

] in their home on Broadway. The Redland Rattler | Box Supper and Service
Io Florida City). i
Years I -"The Auxiliary t of the Dade I
Ago | County Cemetery Association extended i Br SHIRLEY RARENESS Memben of the Splritu .
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a vote of thanks to W D. Temple of will hold a box
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Horn for a generous donation of I IIONOE:" ROLL erine Shackleford Willinin New- supper at their meeting place the
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fertilizer to put around 20 shade I comb, Lillian Bishop, Kathleen clubhouse of the Woml l" Club of
"'" 10.11...,", II... __ .... trees planted In the cemetery this I First grade: high Elizabeth Jackson, Ruth Wright, Palmer Homestead, Tuesday evening A
''pt ," ,i. a. I.L., OIl rid H_.... Pope Gladys Decca, Betty Higgln- service will
for Pope. follow
(Let,,e? "..II..... M.,. It. lee>, week: atvo" to J. W. Campbell message the
.. s.. ",k 1.rt4a ..._ m4 hauling/ the trees and to R. H. Fits- botham, Arthena Wray, Wynonu ruth grade: high, Louis Gaby, sermon. All are welcome tRW attend. "
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.......LotMo' Patrick for his generous discount Mutell, May Ltadly. Wanda Jar- Junior King Melba Collins, Verdi H'_'_,_ ,
1817. in digging and transplanting the Gosaman EJdlth Hampton
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I t man, Dorothy Engel, Dorothy
REMAND F. F. F.By )
trees.
Leonard Dent; low, Nelte Lloyd, .
A-pck S. A. Murden of -"Mrs. Oars Hainlin and little 1 Douberfajr, Richard Scott, William Willard Thompson Donald Sear- Willis Baxter (:
c3:1'em J ; at a lengthy/ common -(daughter left Thursday for Clalr-'| Dearborn George Robinson cy, Jack Gautier Jennie Bcweols. I .

un" in favor of the abort mont, Fla.. where Mr. Hainlin II' Marion Gonmaa, Otto Common. Sixth grade: high, Richard Sum., -
t from Goulds to Peters. located In the lumber business.". Gloria Sage, Blanche McVicker. men, Webster Williams, Kathleen GREEN HAND LNTUTION '
Don E Ferreyra has Installed Mesdames G. W. Filloon. E. A.I I *"
mat market with I. T. Nixon In Ben '{: Second: grade: high Donna Fay Wagner, Rosemary Hennlngton;, Last Monday night the Redland V
Froncher T. H. Lyon Fry
McCullough. Jacky Rodgers, Billy low, Dick Campbell Charles Kelly -! Future farmers held their regular w
large R. A. Jehle and Mrs. Schumacher Scott, Garrett John Richard 1 .'*
Victor arrived Mon- Bobby Melwyn McLaughlin, meeting in their club house.
fdlven on the first ladles to turn their
are Davis, Ray Knout, A. W. Powell. Prothero Tommy Yates Robert Among the Important business wit '}
after spending the summer in donations of Jelly to the Red Cross Edmund Wright, Vera Anderson, Jensen, George Slsk Lydia Bor- the Initiation of Green Hand ap'i;\
iberly, Mo. He expects to puts end will be used to .
the buy
money | Barbara Grate, Martlou Harris, gardt, Kate Gautier Anne Lead- pllcanti. There were ten ran.lidatet wn
crop. wool for knitting sweaters for 'our Ruth Knaus, Julia Ann Lee. ley Dorothy Stewart, Margaret who wow Initiated with 'I
/Dr C W. Mangus returned retly I
; and is making arrangents boys'W.. B. Caves is taking a vacation -I Third grade: high, Edward Pye Stlllman. Ulrlo Vlhlen. the regular Green Hand InitMory :';ji

to put in a large crop. His In the mountains of North, Grace Burry Ruth Craft, Dorothy 1 ceremony. Thuae initiated were ?,
PrentUs, will farm at Larkin Carolina. Mr. Caves and Davis, Ruth Engel Margaret Gaby Here is a word consolation for 1 Buddy IJndg.en harold Hampton, l
is whites will be gone about two family( Miriam Holmes, Betty Lott Bar- the people who aren't doing so Jack Hllaon, Richard Jensen, '"
. 'W, J. Krome shipped one car -"B. P. Kemp and Russell Aman bara Roblnron Doris Singleton, well is scholars: Richard Ball, Rex Romine. Bill .1
grapefruit on Tuesday, two on c.f Shady Grove Fla. arrived on1 Virginia Wallace Catherine When In college she spent her days Hampton, Junior Rodgers, Keith 1
edneadoj and was expecting to Thursday to spend the winter with Thompson: low Billy Clarke, William In studying hard for straight A's; Cowman, and L. C. Davis.
Ip mother on Thursday of this I relatives." | Ingram Evelyn Coalman, :Now with salary rotten Mr. Bonninghauaer a forester I
eek Hit grapefruit 1s packed -' M. Jeffrey has moved from the i Mary Hiner, lone Jones. I Cum Laude forgotten, of the Florida Forest and Park i
: W 0 Home Co. under the Bank of Homestead house In) Fourth grade: high, Charlotte :She wonders If studying pays.Exchange.. Service was our vlaitor. Tuesday ,
r::u me of Mcdors. The fruit south Homestead to the Wlnn house 'Murray Peggy Garrett Helen I he spoke to all of the vocational .\
::d t<> oi bout as near perfect.n at Mowery avenue." II | Dent Bruce Wagner, Patricia Rob agriculture classes about forestry. :.
M grown." I -"Grady Smith and wife of Ft. inson, Robert Jones, Wanda Miller People that sit in class and chew/ After the meeting the newly .
. II l r W ,mom, and family, who Gaines, Ga., are new arrivals In Emma Engel, Bertha Mae I rum[ are tops on our list of dis- initiated Green Hands with Buddy u
r 1 "i, recently from Lake tnwn this week. Mr. Smith will Flagg Esther Kufeldt, Joy Lee. I ikes. Unless they get something Undgren acting presiding officer -
orth .-...>a purchased: the Hocni : take the place of E. Z. Crowley Frances McVicker Barbara Soper ,close< to ecstasy out of it, the rest) > each demonstrated soma ""
i L\;," t\ In the Royal Palm II who baa been drafted as the assistant Annie Laurie Stewart Sarah Vlh- ,>f us shouldn't be made to suffer talent that he possessed. After *
10: r. nd moved In." cashier of the Bank of len, Lenora Williams; low, Cath- I 10. Give us mosquitoes any day! 0 this refreshment were served. 1\1\
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\111IH. birthday I Homestead. At present they are '
Ur MI'drrd Campbell and to'' staying at the Fngllah home." I' r
lab.! .u tu occasion aha invited -""Who says tomatoes do not grow
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!sums :.. >i her friends to a partyhe on trees? Through the kindness of| 5
H c>n Krome tvenue. Lee Freed, the editor was able to
aria i Iwjtds and Harold I sample some Japanese persim-1 I

'a 'e found the buttons in the mons which look like tomatoes<< but,
k. Ind Aleen Bryant the nickel oh my, -that flavor. Mr. Fread's,
Those present were lIa hand I tree is about six feet high and do-1

Iote) Nixon Loretta and Russell I tag good. "
e Rita fitch, Ruth andlarle' I
Provlns, Helen Brooker, I Nov. 1, 1017.I .

lrold Graves, Landis Edwards, I I-"The freshmen class met one day I
II'tJ'II (.'''-'.'JO)'. Ruth Davis, Gila I last week and organized. Lola !
ttendv, Grace Cobb, Mar- 'JVlxon was elected president; WU-

ret -lack ee R ad ruche, James andL !Becker, secretary and Darn' > rme
L :: 'il >m. Rebecca and Mowry, treasurer." I I"Homestead i <
N "i-iudc, Campbell! CliffordL highest praise for the part she FOR sq
vise nJ Blanche I took In the Second Liberty Loan' T--- -_ ONLY
Mildred Mosely and A total of 8,550 for the two loans] Do WN ONE
I MIt"L: I II"I I and $832 for the Red Cross i
'.. K I igcr has moved Into shows our people are doing their I PAYAf
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T v in, moved Into his "Mrs. George Turner arrived *
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; --'IIf in North Krome ave- Saturday from Baltimore." I 0 1070

" '!.. ,' k" -"C. It Moffett, father of J. B '
Mi MiJoseph Rusted Moffett, has been laid up with an
r"\ F'? da City last week. attack of ,out."



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roof needa repairing or rcpladng better
Eyour it done before bad weather act in. One THE FAMOUS HORDE .,

: cause a lot of damage-frequently far ROI.LATOR COMPRESSOR

more than the cnct of repairs s kt sal J slowly' 11IT AKJ! ADVANTAGE of the unusually easy

Should a new roof be needed, let us lIve lug part It tmplojttmtttb terms In effect now-terms that make ic
a free estimate
you on Carey Shingles or
Roll Roofings. Wi carry wide variety, to tj,, rollingJ possible for you tow ttmfktilj modernize your

you can choose the type best adapted to /;! kitchen for one down-payment and small

your needs. Backed by 60 year of experience /wbi oeMrs.monthly deposits. Come in and see the Norge
Carey Roof coat no more, andfrequently
let, than untested material fiJtimortftUlor Concentrator Ranges i their ultra-modern

ThatsBROOKER why.we tell them. floe tHrrmt convenience features ice the new Norge re- 1

i ands frlgerator with j1IJlI .Interior arrangements ;

LUMBER CO. J) 0- .a.....,.w -9 different variations for utmost IIsM; I1o .,

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November 12. 1937 tIiB LBADBR-ENTERPRI8B Pan_ ___ given._ n
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Mr. and Mrs. Clifton DeBerry Jackie Phillip. Laval Thompson courteous service and a mill\ Inlercit -
nnd family will mow shortly from Diana Clinton Cecelia Tu- in the welfaiv tlu ,inixpatrons 8 '
Homestead to he apartments over masal Jackie and Edward Chandler .
In and Around the former Sever Grocery buildIng. Ricky seeker.Jimmy and --
Billle Guy Cohcmour Mrs S S. !hi
Shields. Mrs Charles Clinton
,. Mr. and Mrs BID Scales mri I Mn. sudsy Dandy )tn. Jolu
Homestead baby left recently for Kathleen. Becker and the hustost.H. .
Fla., where they will make their I

bome. L Brown Is Elected : '"

Mr. nod Mrt A. J. Van Mortar and will be confined to his bossMrs.. Ledkw of Ft. Pierce wo* Be-Square PresidentH. I
;:' havt returned from their summers for several days.FLORIDA a guest luC week of Mrs B. H.I.

home in Ithaca, N. Y. .--- Edward*.' L. Brow--;; elected pre"s-

CITY of the Be-Square class of
Both M,. and Mrt. J. R. Dorsey; J. C. Cohernour returned on the First Methodist Sunday schoolat "
received minor injuries in putting Mrs N. W. "* 9<<1. Correspondent! Friday from Dover Del where he a meeting of the class Tuesday !

f out a fire that had started la their ---...- visited relative this summer. He evening at the home of Mr, nnd ,i
jL. kitchen Wednesday. Mr*. Blanche Chapman and ton was accompanied by Walter Ar- Mrs Daniel William in Modcllo
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.1' Fred, moved Saturday to the old bough Andy Jefferie and N. Gum PaU Reynolds was elected vice-

\ Mrs. George L. Swan who under Pichard property on West Palm of Frankford W.:!.L i president and Mr Margaret Daniel ,
i';' vent a major operation Saturday; avenue. wa elected secretary and Pth
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Sturlde and
%f' at University Hospital, Coral i treasurer.
family and Miss Dorothy Davis
G.blel,1I reported ai resting easily E. M. Foster moved Saturday; : moved to Naranja last week. Refreshments were served by ..
f and on the road to recovery. Into the Chapman cottage on 10th They the hostess assisted by Mrs. Paul
had
occupied the Nelson
cottagefor
street, which he has purchased. Reynold tr
the past two month
Mr. and Mr*. Alton Horn and Those present were Mr. and
t'" Mr. Homes sister, Mr*. G. T. Har. enMih Sever and family have tak i Asa Sweeting of Miami Is a Mrs Fred Chamber Mr. and Mr*.
risen and her baby, Betty, return- G. Lowenthal house on guest at the home of his brother- Brown, Mr. and Mr*. Reynolds, t
./jf.' ed to Pentacota Monday. Eighth street for the winter. in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs W. Mrs, Joel J. Robinson, Mrs. Dan- Compare APEX
J. Brook leis, Mrs. William Neely Mrs. Bird t
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.11; Mnt O. C. LedldW of Fort Pierce Mayor M. Silverman returned 1 Hardee, Miss Jennie Lobdell. Casper With Aaf Dnbic Kibigeritor

il, wag a Pit Friday and Saturday; Saturday from the Alton Road Mrs. J. Cook Is visiting her sister Williams and the host andboetess. u4 Tool Icy wiApnl l e
Q I' of Mrs. B. H. Edward and her hospital and his condition I II reported Mrs. Tussle Newcomer of Miami I

,1. daughter Mrs. Henry Brooler, Jr. as Improving. I I this week. Compare STYLING d

KILGOREContinued yo.11 thrill the die i'
st
+ Mf. and Mr* Marshall L Wise Frank Garagnant returnedThursday I The Florida City P.-T. A. held I *elective nodtra beauty of
announce the birth of a six and ; after pending the summer its November meeting on Monday ( From Page Five Apes Refrigerators.' Uwquiitloiiblf ta
three-fourth pound daughter In the north. ; afternoon at the City HalL I the most ,
the Font Graduate hospital Friday. Piesrnt were: Mrs trite Schroeder In any movement for the fur- beautiful of all rtfrigtnionCompiri r
Sh has been named Dorothy Gall. Mr. and Mr*. Ralph Desmond .Irl. Patricia Blackburn, Mrs. ther development or boosting of
write that they expect to tart John Rohrer, Mrs. M. Silverman, the community.The I II USABILITY .
' Ruehta south on Dec. IS. Mrs. D. Varnadoe, Mrs. C. Rich, Homestead store Is one of *It. huge shot art gives
underwent
1.Johnn I Mrs. W. W. Severy and the Rev.T. .I ;you mot osible storage
tonsil operation at the Post Grad. cubic foot.
and Sheldon. Flor-ida : apace pet
uate hospital Saturday. Mr. Mrs. Natoll and family I J
moved recently Into the Hobart one established st Plant City 27'' Compare FEATURES
I Brockett cottage on Eighth street Mayor and Mr*. M. Silverman years ago The company had! ta
James Glbb who now live In, entertained the following guestson five stores in 1939, and in that year *It providN everything you I
Trenton Mi h., 1 dun tad! seed to secure utmost e
underwent
an apIH The Ladies' Aid of the Community Sunday: Mr. arid Mrs. S. Patterson began an expansion program that ]I. coareoitac and rf. tt'DJ.bJllowcasIOP'I1I1ioft
Bdldtit opera....--.11'on on Nov. 1. Church will sponsor a turkey and Morton Silverman ofEvansvllla has addod seven, the latest of (
Ind., Harold and which 'II located at Gainesville.
dinner on Friday at 6.30: In Stanley t
Joel and Monte Cirmael have the Sunday school room Mr Silberman of Brooklyn, N. Y.; Headquarters are maintained in Compare PRICE
arrived from New York to spend Margaret Kennedy I* chairman of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sllberman and the parent store at Plant City *Apex Refrigerators ere J
the winter here. the committee in charge. two children, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie I Other stores, In addition to those pAced MiixlonillT. lows J
SUverman and Mr. and Mrs. S. ''mentioned are at Palmetto, Wau. Compare quality sod nice
Mr* H. H. Ewing and ion, Wit. Mr. and Mr*. Lester Schoenfeldt Silverman and son, Ronnie I chula, Belle Glade West Palm tad you will buy tft Apt. J
lianvhave returned from Washington moved to Homestead after a short S'I' Beach Pompano Miami, Sanford I $146.00
;D.C., where they had been visit with Mrs. Hannah Grtnncll; Mrs. Tom Cohernour !Vero Beach and Pahokee. up t
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visiting. and are staying With Mrs. Cora: the beginners class of the The Kilgore Seed Co. la best EAST TERMS R
Belle Grlnold. munity Church Sunday school ata known, of course, for its "Bred-
i'rnon Turner of Homesteadand benefit party on Friday after- Rite" seeds, but st the local tore Pioneer Appliances .r
Herbert }arn Stetson University students, nod this week from Hot Springs Ark., of hot chocolate obtain food fertilizer, insecticides, (Not Incorporated) TR
tl guests during tLtir visit to their having been called home by the cookie and candy were served. crate materials and farm Imple- SID L. KENDRICK. MGB. t
homes over the week-end, two illness of his father. Those present were: Jean Dendy ments. Another thing carried in I !05 N. Krome Phone IS"M Ii
other umveriiiqr students Jack Gloria and Marion Silverman, stock without fall at all time u. _
Smith of B-Vfcrt, Va., and. Vance Fred Brockett arrived on Friday; ..
Grsmah of lJ..tel. Tenn. from North Haven, Conn., to spend IIc
,...- the winter at his home here.

Mb Mlld;' d Ciok of Ocala left :<
Mr*. Harry Degler Harry Deg-
for her home Monday after a one- 1\
week visit )h .r* with her uncle'and ler, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Fred ...
aunt, Mr and Mr* T. E. Kirby. Barker arrived Wednesday morning
.: from Pittsburgh Pa., and will
I occupy' the Swanson cottage on
W. W. B.itts returned to Home-
Avenue B for the winter.
sited Tueid.iy: night from a clay; -
of several D." '"tti In Maryland, --tt
Mr*. Efflyn Carroll and Mrs.
North Carbrida and New Jersey. Minnie Lute of Detroit arrived

Friday to spend the winter.
Mrs: :Cora Daniels returned to
Homestead Sunday after a vacation, Henry Schumano arrived on 'Y -
of three week pent visiting In Saturday; from Maryland wherehe DAUGHTERIITCHE1
Cordelg. Fitzgerald, Valdosta and spent the summer.
other point: in Georgia. '
W ILL ffBE A
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Wise and Bill
Wm. Shuler city lineman, wa Mead arrived on Saturday from .
taken Jill Tuesday with lumbago Chemrvllle., N. C. SUW! "




S L"801"Cemdos-eft "I can't help envying i MI t

I Jane, my married {

Should Receive Careful Fertilization "baby.' When 1 was her age ,

I worked like a slave. It was

Vigorous, healthy plants in the seed-bed is thet t cook, clean and scrub from

first dawn till dark! No time for
step to a successful crop. I'
anything else. And my hands hard work. ,a.I

Investigate NACO and NACO 5 STAR 'SPECIAL 'I always looked a mess fromaeouringsootypotaandpans.. Jane certainly picked the

fertilizers for tomatoes and all crops. right generation to be hornescaped
I "Thank heaven Jane has In!"

1.: LEARN WHY WE URGE YOU TO't'v t all that. She actually IA. t'

c I w ;r COMPARE RESULTS WITH while goes her automatic to bridge electric parties \\f y J K E UP.ill LifE I aw wI'I


I Naco Fcrlilizcrs range cooks dinner! Just Modern<< efecfarle tervket totting only a few crab a ky have

I "," i n e! Her pans star tested aonwhoU. dndgery foe hviMwdt ef wise wane- InFlorida.

," bright and clean as mirrors. u yea bat eat already ".." 100 pw teat tlrclrle
w '* NITRATE AGENCIES COMPANY now ii tbt time! Yew tkdrfe dealer riD showyea "

CARL F. WARNER Agent Her kitchen Is so cool you'dnever how il CIa be dose e.avaJ.ally sad Qi)
know the range was, Apr.
North Flatter Av*. rhene tl Homestead on. And her electric mixers .
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Eight THE LEADF.R.1<.:NTERPRISE: Friday, November 12, 1937 .





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MISS FRANCES DORSEY AND BOWLING DYE c. r evens GIVEN' JULY MARRIAGE OF MISS ELA AROZARENA -4
_ I nrriEDAY SURPRISE
TAKE MARRIAGE VOWS ON ARMISTICE DAY Mr. and Mn. Fred Redd wen TO TALLAHASSEE MAN IS ANNOUNCED'Mn.

-- hosts Sunday at a pot-luck supper
TIle marriage of Mill Frances sage was of talisman gladioli. party given as a surprise for Mn Sylvia R. Atkins of Hone- from the Florida State College for
Arle Dorsey, daughter of Mi. and The procession advanced to the Red Mrs. James Rufus .Don*?, and strains of the bridal chorus from was celebrating his seventy-third her daughter Eta Marl Ar zu-; term this year, and is now taking
Bowling G. Dy*> In of Mr. and "Lohenfrtn" played by Mrs. J. H. anniversary on that day. na, to John Hubbard Roberta ofgraduat work at the college.
Mrs J. P. Dye of Modelfe, took Webster. Before the ceremony Present were: Mr. and Mn. C. T. Tallahassee on July 24, at th* The bridegroom, a son of Mr.
place on Armistice Day at four Un. Writ Muiselwhtte sang "At FUchs, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Fred J Church of the Blessed Sacrameatand Mrs. Albert H. Robert of
o'clock In the afternoon IB a tropical Dawning" to accompaniment played Fuchs, Mr. and Mn. Fred R. LinkMn. In Tallahassee. The Rev. W. J.Tallahassee, Is an employee of the
garden letting on the lava of by Mrs. Webster, and Mrs. S. Lena Knowles; his grandchildren -. Carroll, pastor of the church, of-Tallahasiee pod eCHce.delated. .
Mr. and Mrs. Claude runpbell, I L. West and Mn. Willard meld Jan Fuchs, Freddie For the present the young couple
Brother-in-law and sister of the 'song "I Love You Truly" to ac Fuchs, Theodore Knowles, Anna The bride, who was born tanrilt reside ID the Roberts home in
bride. 'companiment played by Mrs W. bell and Teresa Redd; art a Havana, CUba, was graduateiTaJlafcaate will
B. Mill*. nephew, Woodrow Fuchs of Milan
The ceremony was psrfimmil In ,
the presence of relatives and cine A reception{ followed th* coca, Tenn.EPISCOVAL.. REDLAND F.-T.A. Miss Dorothy Falrcloth, Wade
friends by the Rev. C. 1C."Walker I mony. The bride cut the first MEETS TONIGHT Smith, Clyde Hlnson, James
before a white fern covered tralllfdecked slice from a four-tier wedding: : AUXILIARY Miss Alyce Tyree will talk to Booth, Howard Mills and Kermit
with white ehrysantbs-> cake.> and the fake was served by 1 TO MEET NOVEMBER It the Redland P.-T. A. tonight on Globs.
mumi. At either tide stood tall Mrs. H. Collier and Mrs. Russell The meeting of the Worn..'. school lunches and demonstratehow
wrought Iron flower containers Home. Mrs. H. J. Davis and Mrs.i Auxiliary of St. John's Episcopal a plate can be served In the .-. A. COUNCIL PRESIDENT
filled with jtttaw gladioli, and on Henry Brookes, Jr., presided at al I Church: which was to- have been school cafeteria for 10 cents ASSISTS BUDGET COMMITTEE
frozen punch bowl" In a miniature held has been postponeduntil
forward at Friday
each side extending; Beckham
1 Attendance prizes will be given, Mn. Walter president
I rock garden that like the rest 18 when It will be held
right angles to form a niche was Nov. '
and Miss Eleanor Williams win of the Dade County Council of
a low freer that matched the,twill 'of the garden setting had been arranged at the home of Mrs. J. a Horton entertainment for Parents and Teachers offered suggestions -
provide separate
*. The bridal party entered by Mrs. I. P. McLean. Miss at 1.30: o'clock. '
budget making at
the childrenHomestead on a
from the edge of the lows and advanced Virginia Doney, sister of the bride,
P.-T. A. members meeting of the Homestead P.-T. A.
Miss Elisabeth Mc wain. M.i
over a canvas covered ttallbordered Invited to executive committee and
The Calendar who are Interested are Tuesday
Mary France Arthur. Miss LuciD
with palms asters, lavender '
homeeconomics
attend. Mrs. Alye Tyre, county
aad tuberose to the trellised West, Miss Sybil Cheshire sad supervisor, promisedt

retreat Miss Eunice Walker served andMis the Nov. 12 Meeting of Redland YOUNG PEOPLE ARE have a second sink put In the
Adams
Mn. Campbell was matron of punch. Mrs. Joseph P.-T. A. at I p. m. ENTERTAINED AT LODGE association' school cafeteria. I
Mable Williams, assisted "y
honor ant Mr. Campbell was the .Nov.' It Baptist chicken supper The cafeteria will hereafter be
Mrs. Auburn Bellinger, Mn. Gordon Aa unusually pleasant evening
beat man. school building without colored helper
in a
Sunday operated ,
Ivey and Miss Lois Beam, had was spent by a group of the young
Un. Campbell who led UM brid- charge of the bride's book. Nov. IS-Social meeting of Junior people of the Homestead Methodist the association decided, because
al proeesstaa, won> a peach-coler- I After the reception, the bride Woman's Club of Homestead.Nov. Church who were entertained at toilet facilities fee colored people
ed taffeta frock made with full and bridegroom left for a short IS Garden Club meeWiot Royal Paint Park lodge by Mr. are lacking
skirt, low art, tight-frWn bodice trip during which they will attend J 'with Un. Alberta Buie. and Mrs. E. J:. Aiklnio, Punch, "Home, the great character
and a ibcrt putted nv4 Jacket the homecoming at Stetson LinLvarsity Nov. !. Meeting of W_'. sandwiches and candy were wry builder" was adopted a* the
mad of raffles of the same material to DeLea. The bride'straveling Club of the Badlands. ed. theme for the year's programs.
She carried aa arm bouquet costume wa a arms Nov. SI Meetinc of Gleaners It t Theme attending included, Mn. Mary Ferrell Dickinson was

of yellow gladioli. crepe ensemble-.----.- with brawn acces I at HMD ol Mrs. Alvin CaaspeelL W. H. Nolan. Mn. T. W.. Conell,' elected historian to succeed Mrs
Next came the flower fixta Mr. sories.; Now 11 Covered dish. Iwuh- ,Miss Marjorie Mossr Miss Mella! J. B. Tower.
Campbell's daughters, in long organdie When they return, on Nov. 15, eon meting of Legion Auxiliary Saul Mine Manacle Redd, Mla, -
princess drew with puffed they will live lie one of the Home !at home of. Mrs. Wm. J. Geraabno. Birdie Horn, Miss Martha dote, : STUDY CLASS MEETS:
sleeves and willed skirts. The apartment Nov. t* Meeting of Presbyterian Misses Mildred and Margaret NEXT THURSDAY .
costume at Connie the cider, was The bride was barn In. Homestead Auxiliary at hone of Mrs. Field, Misses AntioswUd and Helen I The Study Class of the Weman'l
yellow and that at Ctnudla, her and was graduated from H. S. Wolfe. ,Maya. Miss Helen Field Miss I Club of Homestead will meet Nov
tiny litter was Mae. Each wore Homestead High School She attended : Nov. 18 Meeting ot Dorcas Lecla Little, MUse JamIe and It at the home of Miss Jennie Lob-
a matching wreath. Stetson University in De- class at home of Mrs. C. Hagler ;Betty Richards, Miss Geneva I dell Instead of on Its regular meetIng -
The bride entered on the arm Land, also, and If a member of Rice. Vann. Miss Effle Booth Miss Edwina date which falls on Thanks
ef her father. She was beautiful Delta Delta Delta sorority. For Nov. ID Homestead P.-T. A. Close Mist Mary McNeill, giving.
In a flaring ihoulder-lengtlt veil the past two yean the has taught meeting.
and a long prince style gown of in the Homeste-d elementary Nov 23 Meeting of Younj
opera lace ever satin, made with talliht school. Matrors1 Circle at horn of Mn
train. The low draped The bridegroom was born in Stanley Wlttkop. I
neckline was caught with a cluster Florida Mo., and WM graduated Nov. 37 Areme Club supper

cf orange blossoms, and wee satin- from high school In Cheyenne,, and bazaar. Pack af 100 Pur coward button extended down- Ww,,. Its spent tour years In Doc. 10 Presentation of "Th
ward torn the neckline. Her government employ In Oregon, flue Bag," by Areme Club :In
double puffed sleeves were fitted Washington and Colorado. For school ,udJtcn lurn. Aspirin Tablets
from the elbow and ended In points the past two yean he has been a

at the wrista She carried a member of the Homestead police was a luncheon party given Saturday 49
shower bouquet of white chrysanthemums force. by Mrs. H. Collier and Mn. :
and tube roses, and a Out of town guests present at Collier's daughter Mn. Gordon ;
small cap of orange blossom held the wedding Included: Mr. and Ivey, at the Collier home on N. W. Clrs quick slid from besdssbss.
her veil la place. Mrs W. Eo Morris Dr. and Mre.I Monlila ptdixtlt Pale, dtacomfort tl.
Fourth streetYellow .olds, and mwcultr MliM. Quick sibs.atasrauon.a
Mrs Doney wore a. black drew 1 M. Keen and daughter, Miss aIawere used In a lcs rtUf. I,
which had a crepe skirt and Dorothy Mr. and Mn. Jimmie renew and whit color scheme
lace bloat with short, puffed I Shaw Mr.and Mrs.Willford Snare The centerpiece was yellow, and
sleeves end a crepe panel around Mr. and Min 0. LaMonte Craw, yellow mint cops were filled with
Care Nome
the neck and down the front. Her Mrs. I
Russell Kill and daughters, yellow and white mints. Fes Pack of 50 Pesretest
corsage was of white tub rose*. Mattie Mae and Beulab Lee alt of Cover were laid for the guest Powder

Mrs Dye, mother of the bridegroom I.Miami, and Mn Auburn Dellinger of honor, the hostesses and Mrs. r .. n. ... .. HalibutLiverOil t
wore I navy blue crepe of Shelby ICC ..suss, aa,..
l S. L West Mn. Wm. Musselwhite c.rr....saw Capstlte:
ensemble with cream lace Mount I The last of a aerie of pre-nup- Mrs. Russell Home. Mn. Albert 00 I''
and blue accessories Her cor ,tual part..* given for the bride Unman and Mrs. C A. Campbell sass.rM vets, I. va..law.wr.we wStationery'

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CORAL GABLES Heating Pad .

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BALLROOM CLASS IN HOMESTEAD Raaii MAGNESIA Milk of Pound T.twang


COMMENCING THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18 PASTE 25 DRUGS ALT

for JunIor and Senior High School Boys IDdG1r *-1:1S-9:1S p.m.

THE >*a& DRUG STORE
Class includes one hour's Instruction In latest ballroom steps fcnd

sine hour's dance practice with 3-piece orchestra. esltments} {
served. Ret .,
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MRS BLANCHE CHAPMAN Barnes, Mrs. Russn Horn Mr' Des 1&
HONORED ON BIRTHDAY and lira Dexter Thane, Mrs. J After the meeting, the member t

W. Mr Howard Johnson had refreshments at fire drug J \
] Mn. Blanche Chapman was Tymr, i'
EventsMONDAY J honored at a surprise birthday Mn Wm. Cave, Jr.. !Mn. L. T: store.
LSocial party given for hr by the F. r... Proctor and Mrs P. R flmllh. The Arstn Club will meet today !

and T. Club at the home of Mrs. at the home of Mn. S E. Livings

Harry D. Wolfe Tuesday evening. CLUB ANNOUNCES 101I \. }R I

1L'ED Mn. Wolfe aim, was surprised GUEST DAY PROGRAM

' MUSIC CLUB MEETS FOR VERDI with gift from the club for serving Mn. Landon Carney was appointed Viola Belasco to Open ,\ i:
as chairman at the state pres membership chairman of I >' '
PROGRAM AT HOME OF MRS. BEVO WEBB Ballroom Class Here
ident's official visit here recently the Woman's Club of Homestead at
i for -- e and Mrs. Caplinger was given a meeting Tuesday by Mr Joel J. ( )

imerking MM. LonnIe Hood a new memo, sang a solo from his' opera, "Rlgo. token of appreciation for her service "I Robinson president Viola BelasM, whose dance k
ber of the program committee of letto"; and Mrs. W. B. Mills and a* assistant musician of the The next meeting It was an- studio Is now trt its twelfth successful

the Monday Music Club, will be! Mrs. J. D. Redd gave a piano duet lodge. Mrs. Jos. Gay who recently nounced, will be a guest day program season In Coral Gables, has
Mr. hostess* to the club it a Christmas! from "Rlgoletto" I returned from a trip through Nov. U on "The Famous decided to start a ballroom class in

I of musical tea at the home of her Mrs. Keith Foulk sang "One the state was given a welcominggift Women of the World" when Mn. Homestead this' year for junior !

the parents Mr. and Mr*. J. L. Burton, Fine Day" from Puccini's opera, W. D. Bishop and Miss Jennie. Lob- and senior high school: boys and '
on Dec. 20 It was decided at this' "Madame Butterfly," and Mn. The whit birthday cake for Mn. dell will be hostesses. girls who are twelve yean of age #:
uplerain week's meeting of the club at the Wm. Muuelwhlte sang TostTs'' Chapman waa !inscribed with a Those present wen: Mrs E, J.Dyal or older. Th class will be held ,

" home of Mn. Bevo Webb. Mrs. "Good Bye". message and decorated with pink Mn. J. S. Horton, Mn. David very Thursday at the American j,
Will C. Hagler Rice secretary, read a The hostesses Mrs. Webb and and green rose buds. Apple pie Shetellne Mn. Annie Butler, Mn. Legion hall from 7:1: J till '::11 p. 1
communication from the National Mrs. West, served a salad course' cheese and coffee also were serve-! H. C. Reid, Mrs. Newt. O. Ball, m. and Include one hour's In- *
Federation of Music ,Clubs which with coffee. Those present were: Mr. and Mr*. Harry D. Wolf, Mrs. Bishop structton and one hour's dance >/>
fadeamen
welcomed to Its membership the Those present wen: Mn. T. J. Mrs. Howard Ashby Mn. Florence Mrs. Robinson, Mrs Carney and practice with a three-piece or- '>'

rmlt Homestead club. A constitutionand I Faust, Mn. L A. Wise Mrs. l1, M. Pacetti, Mn. O. C. Radford, Miss Lobdell. chestra. Ice cream will be served 4;
by-lawi were read by Mrj. Collier Mn. A. W. Hutchinson Mrs. C. N. Fox Mrs. Anna Mes- during the social hour. *

Webb, parliamentarian, and Mn. Wm. M. Johns, Mn. H. S. senmith, Mn. Flora Compton W. M. U. HAS PROGRAMON Miss Belasco has had many yean '}
adopted. Mrs. J.H Webster, the I I Wolfe Mn. Ceo. Frick, Mrs. Geo. Mn. Gay Mrs Chapman, Mrs. ANCIENT PEOPLES of experience as a teacher and J
ENT president presided.The I I N. Wakefteld Mn. Hunter Harden Caplinger. Miss Dorothy Ashby "Ancient People o* Anvlent dancer In this country and Englandand
TEE program dealt with the life Mn. Sam Davis, Mrs. Frank and the hostess.GLEANERS Lands" was the theme c" a program will personally direct these

dent and work of the famous Italian Hausman, Mn. Mills Mn. Musaelwhite presented Wednesday by W. classes each week She la an active -
of opera composer, Gluaeppa Verdi. Mrs. Hood Mn. Redd GIVE I M. U. Circle Two under the leadership member of the Dancing Mas-
1U1Jt Mn. Howard Johnson gave a ihort i Mrs. Johnson Mn. Webster Mn. BIRTHDAY PARTY : of Mn. T. E. Kirby. Mn ten of America and for two yean
ar. sketch of Ms life; Mrs. S. L. West I West and Mn. Webb. Mn. M. A. Murphy and Harry Bert Andrews spoke on "The Syrians hal been president of the Florida
A- Cooper won high score prises at I and Gospel to the Syrians", Society of Teachers of Dancing
Indome DAVID FRIEDRICIIS badges. bunco at the benefit birthday party Mrs. J. C. Vann, on "Three Fore- She Is. also, an associate member

CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY I Those getting scholji.*hi_| given by the Gleaners' class of the runners"; Mn Wm. M. John, on of the New York Society
tined First Baptist Church of Homesteadat "Syrians and Armenians In Amer Instruction will be given, she
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Mrs. Stanley Wittkop entertained I badges were: Mary Frances Hut-
the the home of Mn. Dexter Horn ica"; and Mn On Frailer on says, In the latest steps In fox trot
Sunday afternoon for her i land, Margaret Lawrence, Virginialiinner I
Friday evening. Mn. Murphyand Smiles and Other Smiles".
son, David Friedrlcha, on the lawnat Barbara Bigeers Vida, I
ebetper the home of her brother-in-law I Clark, Dora Scott, Msrtoa td-i David Barnes won a "bunco" --- advanes I
AREME CLUB'S BAZAAR I
prize.
and sister! Mr. and Mrs. E. A.Buchanan munds, Athley Kemp second clair: ;
aUit I Pie and coffee were served. AND SUPPER TO BE NOV. tT : ,
In honor of the fifth Mary Frances Rutland, Barbara
ople Those present were: Mr. and A bazaar and supper ot the year's sensation the big apple and .
anniversary of Ma birth. Elggen, Athley Kemp; gold star: '
Bobby
Mrs. Alvin Simmons, Mr. and Mrs Areme Club is scheduled for Nov. I the little apple.Miss ;
Monroe and Renee Marks Barbara Diggers, Athley Kemp;I I
cter won silver S. L. West, Mr. and Mrs. Claude J7 at the Redd building, It wasannounced Belasco will be at the hall rat -
prizes In a clown hunt. star Mary Frances Rutland
the Vlda Clark and Campbell Mr. and Mrs Alec Lanier at the meeting of Ad 845; on Nov. IS for enroll-
,.. Mrs. Wlttkop assisted by 14.... Virginia Kinner.; Elizabeth needlewoman SkI I Mr. and Mn. Alvin Campbell I Astra chapter of the O. E. S. Fri ments. If there is sufficient demand

waitNIM Buchanan and her mother Mrs. got tree finder bird finder and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Iveyl| day, and the play, "The Blue Bag an adult class will com-
Florence M. Paoettl, served Ice star finder badges. Mr. and Mn Cooper, Mr. and Mn will be presented by the club on mence after Christmas she saysABOUT i iL
cream and a white birthday cake
Punch was served In bowls madeof
which was decorated with pink _
ice with roses frozen In the r L- -.jam= rr.aetaK Lt51>tirYRts 'r .sew L.JIRR
candles and an inscription made
Ice. Ice served al .
cream was o
with pink, green yellow and blue

Icings. NM"NNMIMWNNNNNHNNN ........?.."...
an'
David's smalf guests were: Barbara -
bow Homestead High 4-11 ClubBy
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Conner, Gay Scarborough
ob..et
Teresa Redd
! II Frances Poysero Mary Lou MuawL. _m..m..______NNN.____
, white Joyce Eftr.II. Renee Marks
its-
Billy Munelwhlte Bruce Ennls Those giving programs at the

Jr., Bobby Monroe Jack Arlen. meeting this week were reporters !
Stanley Pauetti, Jackie Conner KatherIne Orfanedei and Teresa HOW"Tf .
Redd. The Dade County News
and Marvin tt .
was gotten up. ...:::
Other guests! were: Mrs. Bruce
Those present were: Christine
Ennls, Mrs Curtis Monroe, Mrs
Roberts Beatrice Wilson, Carol
Wm. Musaelwhite, and Mr*. Earl
Walker Thelma Radford Mabel

Pacttti Jr. Pope Annabell and Teresa Redd AN ESTIMATE ? r
Julia Francis Sullivan, Katherine
B. P. W. C. CHANGES Orfanedes, Florence Kelson, Merle

MEETING DATES Jenkins Edith Bevis, Goldia Gren-

The Homestead B. P. W. C. will nell, Mamie Lee Posey.
have a pot-luck dinner In Legion i

hall Monday evening at 8:30: 'What's' the Me of all the crowdat Have you wondered what the home you'd like
o'clock the members decided at church
a business meeting held this week. ""There's a traveling salesman
f The regular meeting nights will down there confessing his .sini._ j to build would cost?

now be on the tint and third Monday Ex.
nights the club voted.

Mrs. C. L.: .Ooley resigned as

corresponding secretary, and Mrs.H. ;NAT R GAS ;i Why not Inquire? Well be glad to give you

G Hammett was elected to take .
her place. '
WILL BEAT TOUR ROOM Ot
Need of a public rest room In I WCI QUICKLY AT LOW OF-1 figures and some very practical pointers: on
Homestead, and tentative plant
! for establishing one were discuss 1 VIRGIL D, LYON M W.DR. K.- Am : .
L.. _ _1 r making your "dream home" come true.

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GIRL SCOUT NEWS B. F. f
By Atbley: Kemp Scribe
STEBBINSRegistered You discover that afford to b'uild
----- may you can

J We met at Capt. Skill's home. Optometrist I

The older Scouts took signallingand 1I1'IA88'Pradlee at once on the FHA Plan of convenient month-
the five points of health. The In Homestead -
} : younger Scouts took trail signs.Virginia Rooms S and 7 FHA

Kinner was hostess this McCroj-y Arcade I .:::e ly payments!

week and Ardell Parman will be Hours: .
I hottest next week. Saturday 7:30 to 10 p.m
MAIN OFFICE
Fifteen Girl Scouts and their'
KM W. FUfler. Miami. Fin.
mothers attended the Court rf Phoniest I-uu-.nu CALL ON US TODAY FOR AN ESTIMATE
Awards at Judge Edith Atkinson's, '
. Dr. L W. MtbblM. AssociateD
home Saturday. Many of ui got





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'Pare Ten THE LEADER ENTERPRISE I Friday November 1Z 1937HOMESTEAD 1


..._" Twenty-Fhe First awarded on this same basis. I on table A considerable number .. ,

Year Students1U / Dr Wilmon Newell, dean of the, of students Is helped by 'II''

11 College of Agriculture, expressed scholarships not Included in this .I' ,
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SCHOOL NEWS Compete for Award. great pleasure at the action of study \ 1,1
,(Seers Roebuck & Co. .in awardingthe -- "'

I additional scholarships, point- Slow Wr"r,

______..__.m........_....____..____..__u__- ____ University Gainesville of, Nov Florida Twenty-five f/eshmen .lag out that the monetary awards! The mistress of the house went .

IIOVOE BOLL room this week who received agricultural scholarships would be of great help to studentsof into the kitchen to learn why din,1,1'47'
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I from Sears, Roebuck ft Co Florida and other InstitutionsIn ner was so late and found her ,
T\\ i lflh grade high Eugene Mhs Williams' rr ver.lh grade this will compete for an additional obtaining their education I Ii I newly acquired Irish cook wrest.ling ,.11
rear
Schni, Alto Webster, Cecethi Bar- elected as officers: P'evident, Ed. I i i with the
scholarship of $200 to be pepper-pot
pal f'ffi*' Booth, Marjorie Moeer;I want lopplno; visa president, Ii"!'- 'One "When j
awarded by this concern at theend in.Five Helps Pay I arc we going to have din
low, Ncl'H! Sauls, Mary Elizabeth'! da Dodson; secretary and treasurer I ner Bridgetshe asked. '
of the 1837-38 scholastic year. Own F.S.C.W.
Way at
Kyle, Nina Pearl Bush NormoOo"m"o : Jack RuckerIV "Shure, '
Announcement of the additional ma am, an it's mesoUcan
-'-'-
Wade Smith. I| --- I i 't I don't know
Bird's fifth I : I' p'nn-': scholarship to be awarded the win- say how long :1
Ski: nth grade: Midi, Howard n : 1'p; T. Ihl \ IT. Nov I Oro stu- i| it'U be takl me to get all this .
William McMiiliocl Ring; i minstrel to in i uitirlltoilum ner of the contest among the 5 pep
Thompson ; dit out 1\1" fl\l' i nelpinq per in the thing through the little
the Wednesday b fort students was made at a tnnqw
Edna tooth,
Himnrd Inb
tow < ail liti (5e i t.i.i scar at I I holes In the top'!"-Montreal I S
Harm Rue, Elizabeth Mrllwnmtoui Ihjnk'X'ving All the sludmu ,110 here recently by J. C Hnines public idi State C:,::!ii-:e foi Women Flora,
: asked to their dimes and atI relations representative if
av
Pac'ettl, Betty Richards,
cording to a by the college:
Madge Thnmpson I land this minstrel, which will b(. Sears, Roebuck& Co., Atlanta Mr. surrey "i
!
personnel office. A total of 344 ;
Tenth glade< high, Constance 'mean at 1:00 p, mI Haines also said that the Florid students out of the college ('nroll-1 MUSIC
Bchen rHJud rich, Joe PichAHart winner would compete with win-
I r
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ment of 1,772 Is helping! earn expenses J
Mrs.o'ifield' fifth grade was
Clinton I ners of 1* other colleges In the
PH'rf. Ross ReiU ,
a and they earn about $W,000
Bls.,1' n chArlie of the ementary: assembly nation for a 9800 scholarship for I' for all occasions .j
"' I In This is slightly less
program Wednesday morning a year.
use during the junior and senior
Ninth low Lester Archer,
grade'
than the number last I and I is
The program was as follows: de- year i ORCHESTRAS AND TRIOS '
Pretii' Mid. rdwln Booth Jock years '
largely! accounted for by the re>|
otional by Faye Pierce; two songs
Although details of how the '
McAtu'hut I. Constance Hunter. ductlon in NYA aid to students Teacher of Banjo, Mandolin and
by eight children; Virginia Walker
Florida award will be made have '
Eighth trade: high, Mabel R I
Youth Administration
I The National Cottar
played two selections on her accordion -
not been set up definitely yet, the
Pop, Esther Rucker; low, Jam..aN.abltt. with 141 student jobs still
Frank Hausman read
,
winner will be selected by a faculty Adder,
Evelyn Jo
Sykee, Mary
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em-I
I "WhY We Celebrate Armistice remains the biggest source of
committee and the award will
Clout. Edna forte, Lewis Eakcr JOE ASTORIA
: ployrnent with the dining 1 hall next
Lonnie Homo and Frank
Se\,'nth grade: high Mary FRutland Day: be made on scholastic work, per- ., '
!Hausman sang a duet; Ardel Par- sonality with 93 student job udtnti I m C 0 TBI I.E4 KNTERPCI8I
and all-around achievement. -
Athlrv Kemp Hilda I
man did a tap dance I their board and n" 111 h. itin
.
Doeoi: low M,i. Watts Dorothy --
Sulllvnn Month* Arnette, Katherine Mrs Webb's-;class; b sorry that All freshmen winning Sears,

Rohrer, Lois May Pierce,I Lanier Whitehead could not be Roebuck scholarships to the University ,-

Ruth Peterson, Fred Hobart, Mil- on the honor roll this month as h* of Florida this year will

ton Hunter, Mary Ellen Bearing had a very good average but was major In agriculture, according to
Sixth grade: high, Arnold McIlwaln -I absent one day because of Illness the terms of the awards The additional -

AIda Connor, Esther scholarships will also bl'flI
Knight Clarice Dodson. June il Mrs. S. L. West substituted Wed.
Vann Eugene Lett. neaday; the absence of Miss Dory -

Fifth grade: high Virginia ** .

Walker. Margaret Booth, Elizabeth Mrs Thurmsn'i third grade Is
Peterson, John Taylor, Shirley .
very proud of the two pretty goldfish
) Danzey, Dorr! Dodson, Our- i
which Clinton Cooper gave to
line Pace: low, Harry Bishop, the class Bobby Nichols donatedthe

Anne Rheney aquarium for them. Winifred

Fourth grade: high, Dilly Brown, Density and Peggy Chambers have l
Filsen. Scherr
been absent because of Illness but We'give
|;, Third grade: high, Joan Conner, are now able to be In school again WREhE CASEY ROOMNOS
Ruth Rutland. ; ARC MADE
Barber Jean rhe
Paula Kemp it out because of illness genuine
Smith, Barbara Jean Wakefield; .
low, James Brown Donald Neely, EUGENE
Miss Bay's clan has Permanent
a very
Harvey Dodson Roofings and Shingle are made In'
a shell collection in the classroom CAREY
." Second grade: high, Thelnu j I 1 pretty. Soft, tolling ...svtf-.....nd.I individual roofing plant lit the

Chlnners, Betty Irene Simmons, sat, lasting rurli-thift the
Clone Strickland Louise William, Mia Jackson's clams welcomes I kind ol s permanent You want. world. Huge production effect large savings,
two new pupil, Lenore Musumecl
Barbaia Home I I 'And ch.' rite kind these In form of'
Connie Campbell, nnd Joseph Sllvntri The classis i we fin.rer and are passed along the extra
:Johnnie Lou Harris we do '
Geraldine genuine Eugene "
very sorry to lose one of Its That is why we offer
quality. can
greater
Shepherd! : low, Jo Ann House, grade mother, Mn Sackett, who I wivirg, with. acjtulm' Euin.. you t I,
Rose S, Joe SKhrre. Let -dH- values for dollar.
more Reynolds, Bobby has moved to Sanford.Edward in your your roofing
Nichols, Paulo Kemp ) ------ hair for the' anon, with. J
Firs grade: high, Phone Rose aural unduljifom sal tittf We can prove it by our samples and prices

Alfonso, Faye Caplinger, Rays StilingReal INS face sad iwtk could J JBush's
CapllnRcr, Virginia Nixon, Helen
Tomtrlin, Rene Hooker, Billy Estate BROOKER LUMBER COMPANY

Thompson! : low, Jo Ann Seymour, I General Insurance Barber Shop
TELEPHONE 61
tstclle Faircloth Bobby Monroe | HOMESTEAD: FLA.
FLORIDA CITY FLA. & Beauty Parlor
Tor Palm Are and Am B
The aft students and the teachers -
Mist LUUe Brown Operator
,
,"'t' nil pleased with their new

art room They would like foray

of the parent to visit their

new room nny day next week from DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST 1

I:to to 1010:: a, m. The room is I
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decorated with the various things ONLY
whkh were made by the students MONKEY
The main color In the roam Is I Office Hours: t a. m to S p. m.on JUNGLE -- .-.-. -
I $ <1ars 0 U U --- -- -
blue
Billy Clark has given to IN THE U.S.
Ute room o pair of blue love birds Closed Saturdays

and then Is also a blue fish whjch.1
was placed! in the room by Free ParKin? Space: ADMISSION Isen P!!
!th this ad feel
fameliu Miss Williams I
.. I ITtt X w. StTII ST. MIAMI t L I'dren 100rrr

The seniors sent off their order] L move t-tui ;.sA V..nsh AS'T '.' /
for their class '
rings Wednesday I l 'VU
: of this Meek, l lI -. '
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I The junior class was divided ( < A.hJAI'IJ ..

week The nprtsors are Mr P ,.
( 3leler and Mr<. Rutland 'I = '.
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One section of the eighth 17 *

and both section of the seventh : ,41

grade were moved Into the new I FUTURE S -
FACE THE ; t


FWTG.BALI4r WITH CONFIDENCE,; WHEN YOU BUY THE 'U L' crt ...,

Notary Public J .
FIRE INSURANCB: .hiD I m. 0 Why fbI discomfort and faulty sham?
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GULF LIFE
C KINDRED LIVES I I. a agent nryo I ProUk Jr.-product of the world's largest .

IS N. Kreroe Ave -*>!< its assistance: s. pre,*"" j i Wade maker positively guarantee comfort i I
r I
k ...aJa.r. MId eronomy-seUut41or lOtl This double apt
pojrem that will stage YOUR rWlaTL. ; mugs blade I Is automatically (round, boned .'
I i e. n ml stropped by special process. It U mad < pfG
.
DIUI.A.BERGERIDentist JJP to whisk through dense stubble without pun :ml i

s. '"r Irritation.Enjoy real shaving 'comfort at 00" ,

!1i W price. Buy a package of Prubak Jr. from .. '

r yo-r dealer today.JUNIOR.

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Friday November 12,1937 TH& LEADER ENTERPRISE Pate Eleven
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.''' '' LEGAL NOTICES ) !



try ..."CHURCH...""......."....."..,......NOTICES...""...............,....... ...... hi tow MU onuptatM HM In MMtaijr GROVE CLASSIFIED ADS-i'
wit I : take M oonfaMoa kv r'OJ
FIRST BAPTIST CHVBCH nib <..I'r to 1 W P........ oniw a tech ,for II : il ilIf

four e ;, No*. li Morning ermoni 0-.10..11010..'..... '
"A Vision of World h..."; WrnrtIUJ!: MY RAND nod offiH.I .,.1 ." i COCONUT GROVE RATE: Pint insertion 10* line; subsequent iiuritloni

.:. ". the Miami Dak. County FlorUa, this H car \ a line
evening Norman: .D.
of OctolMT A. D. Itar. I Matinee Saturday and Sunday23.to6RDw -- .
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Mae of Prayer". At a t,..TR1IRM': ". -- ---. --
Clark Circuit" Court.

f C'IIRISIANSCIENCE (Cloud Court I.Wlrr. Clerk.1,I INo Shows land I p. m.; Adm. lie FOR RENT iKOH SALE Spi tan Intchcpul-
By M Dn>ul. I 1 lets 28c lb. N. H. Reds and L ehorna -
Nov. 14 L 'soon-serTnon ( .. I. It, 1*, It: Do*. I. ltTI
I I SUIL, Moa.. Ttiei.. We.... About 200 lift to select
RENT
FOR 100 :ode land
"Mortals sad ImimirUls" cm &
topic:
IN TH. CIRCTIT COCRT.: KLRVr-TJ from. Young and tender fur eating -
JUDICIAL RCt1T DAM COIWTT.FLORfOA. Ne- 14. Ito 18. 17 mutt be rented In one piece: 70
Should bo pio.'itibkInyeiv..
IN CHANCFRT. I : _ore suitable for potatoes balance -
I ,
CM No. $41410. I IIf. Deanna Durbin :NbIU, N. KnmiL- Apnt3)!
; EVANGELIS1ICAL CHURCH B ROIEU.B. l-lalntlff rue MOLLIE tonutoet. Rent $101MI'
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N.'. 14 Fall festival with M WILSON ....TAX... *t LIEn tla.. DvfnoanlPORB. .. ADOLPH MENJOU IV I acre. Cameron, Homestead FOR SALE Good mute, cheap.Ceo. .

the Rev. Louis Marvlck of the It appaulnic by a/fMa.lt apprnJcd lo Phone 79. (nS-Z6) W. Smith, Honii'stctul. polls

DanUh-Norwec-laa Lutheran the' kill riM In tko above stated can* tkatMollU "100 URN AND A
M. 11\1_. and If marrlod her
Church M speaker at I p. m. .hummed, (how F. EllloH. and It MrrM", FOR RENT Apartment und FOR SALE Compost IM imyurnount

IM wit. Hands of Bay BaMVM. a oorwraMao. GIRL"Ttiun. single room. Mr. Compton 118 Shipped In bv 11 Wil-
i. *.to. I..., a ,
Florida nooks n
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHNov. .......... .oarpmllo. BIUvu BUcaja.Corooratlan. N. W. 4th at (pn12) I| Mil of Haatlnsm, torago lot at

14-Sermon topic: "The a FlorU .....*... the, ., Frl. Nov. IS, 1) ModClrO. H. S Ul.ibotham,
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Shepherd and llli Sheep". At of Dereadant.tko. But tVroln of '1orId.wood. nod ar.Hut tha -'- FOR RUT Modern 4-room agent, Box 383, Home te.id.

8.30 p. m. the fount people deer of MM dofondanlj ar. to tor rim1platoaat VICTOR McLAGLEXin : Opt Mn Peter Johnson 307 (Pd 3)

uakaown. the tkm b no nrnooIn II W. 11th 8t _
will worship with the Methodist > (oZB If)
HorMa. the service Of ,
tIN Btato of I
young people at the ..-,, WM whom. would kind. an* roil SALE Mouse, 4 apartments -

Dafradanla and that. MM Mkndantltk Jeri, FOR RENT Furnished aixirtment. 81)3 South Kromc avrnue
Methodist Church. .. of tw nl .on. yoar.. It la "SEA DEVILS"Sat
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Hal Imitation Ule Of-
roof
.. ordered that MM non-rraUout D.t.1 Water, light and blll\: good

LEGAL NOTICES ba and toy are hereby .....,... bpage ... Prefer man und wife No clitid- :, fered at an 'i-Hctlvt price See

*to on the or Rill before of MoMtu Complaint,' the foal Mi In day MMcam of'' NOT. SO : rM or dog S. It Fitch. Kin*- me for details Cameron. Phone

NOTICE OF AFPMOATIOM FOR TAX Member. A D. '81'. thmrto* t but alianllom Highway Zest (olJ tU) 72: Homeptead
DICED of MM kill will M taken w PRESTON FOSTER, JEAN _

NOTICE IS ni.HKRRHr N.. inn GIVEN thus D. IMrMlllto. reseed It U by furtlwr old Drf.adanta.ordered that this Omar fc* :II nil in"OUTCASTS FOR RENT Several hiifJ.-, FINE: COUNTRY HOME, 3 UI'IC"

holder of City of HialMh tax I..4il,,'libml, nnno a won. for four oonooiutb. acres land suitable for nil L:: u."'. modern house 7 rooms: huge
....11_ Numbered *l and m, dated I _k. In The Iwesler.Entarprto: a n the Out. day of Juno. A. D. ties, .h.. tiled' swat '""' "..... In Mid Omnty and Stot OF crops for rent it $10.00 per acre front and back porches, i-nit

Mid Certificate. In n>y office. and kMmud 1 This OoMkor 111*. 1MTX. half caah balance from cror. I 1 1 Brace and sonants' qual'''''>'.
application. for tu dead to ..... H. LEATHEBMAN. FLAT"
thereon In urerdauju Silk. law. Bill Cpr dark of Olnult Court. POKER $7.SO per hundred sense Pat Rare tropical .
tUfeaM uiheuM the' followlne deerrlbedproporty. j Clniilt Court Rout has never been cropped and IH I Is a show place. '''0'.00. Some
.,...Ied In Dad County Floe.Mm. fly M. SWIFT Deputy Clerk.E. "- .1 terms
1 O DAY 1H. Solicitor for Flnlntlff therefore Ideal (or tomato On Cameron HomiMrad,

tot"4. Block. IT. HlalMh Ornrlnal to (Got. M. W: No. t. II. 1MTI Bird Road (paved road) near'I Phone 72.
the City of Hialeah County. of Onto.StaU LEGAL NOTICES
of Florida, a* embraced l> OrtlflraM Happy Terms Dairy. Only teal
TINE LAND
No The nniainient of NOTICE Or APPLICATION FOB TAX
w
margins tn b* board upon miles from business section: of
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IIKKU CHAPTER 11457. ACTS OF Itlk This MUM a
the Mid Crrtifhram
uM *!* Ynd.r
prop *
iMued WM in On urn of tin"UK Fib No. A.,.... application of the potMluoor SARAH| Miami. Call at Happy Farms > A. West Mowry $W per acre

.NOTICE W HEREBY OIVEN that Via-, MKUKCCA KENDRICK for a final VnMhorotn of I I Dairy. or write E. P. Frlpp 11) A. Epmore Drive $50 per acre
Win Mtbflod
I. Stark. If, Hialeah Original In torts N. Coo .ln.au. holder of State and and the Court
the' CHr '* Hialeah, County ft Dado, County Tax Certificate. No. I4M and I4DT, the capacity and auallfkatlo of the, Coral Gables, Fla. 19( A. Coconut Palm $35 per acre
the ire day of Ao_" A. D. 1MI.kM petitioner t* taka chare of and) manage'her ;
HUM of Florida, o< oeihracod to COT.t4fteM instant b.I 3D>> A. 21-57-38 _.. $15 per acre
No. ... The aiuwoMnent of filed ..... to my office and kM made own estate and property. and to ,
Mid. property undo the. MM Certificatebed applloatlon for a tea deed to b* buedthereon. some fM dealer l In every swat It 1141|FOR RENT 10 acres scarified It!) A. North Krome Ave. $10 per a
:
per to the MM of Unknown. Said Certificate embrace the. Raw, .. _, land. II) an acre. J. 1. Hilaon.Naruija. acre. (Cameron phone 73
I
In the Conn ORDERED' AND DECREED ,
dcacribod
Union MM CerUflMIM shall ko redeem. following property 1UtBJlC.I
.4 ueaordlMr to taw, Urn deed will issue ty of Dado. Stele of Florida, to-wtt: 1. That the potllhnwr. BARAK : (alJlf Homestead
......... and ana la, .hanky,I
therein oil the. lUk. day of December, A. Tract 4 Pled Bond Farm. a CA Hr.NDRICK. ba -
D. I"'. Plat Boot I, pace 11, In Section" to.TowS.hlp granted. the right ..d Hmnord a* p. foedot FOP 09.1,1 .......r..... r'..... AlI-
Date this lOtk. day of November, A. D. 14 South, Bantu 4* Last, .r, nad b .hereby authortaod M takalckam FOR SALEFOR
HIT. Sustaining '.1 AOTM more or hoe, ta of and .,tad hor .auta, M ao.i 1 rag trees ana tropical truth j

e. B. LEATlfIRIIAM.c. !: the County of Dad*. State of Florida.M tract and M Mntrnrtod with to aid and season. Jungle Grove Redbin
eaikmred In Certificate No. I4M. ba ...... and ta bind kernel I. all r*., ,
.... SALE 1
of Clrault Court, No. I 16-inch
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Dude County. Florida. The aaMenaoM of Mid. property under ap.cta M fully a* H she won I It road and Plummer drive.
By N 0 STERRETT. D. O.Clmll the MM Certificates" Wood I...th* .*med This damps shall ho.... final upon I Oliver tractor plow, complete

Court FEEL ; J, M. Roper. Road tile potltbnor ",I.I.I notloa Uwroot_ bypnblUhlw ly overhauled 5000. W. L. R. I. RED fRYERS!: -Live or flrek*.
Tract I .. Bird ...... a apy of thin doirM ancb
Nor II t 1' Pot I. 18.. I'
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( Siifcdn., Plat Book 1. pan II to Sew work fat four (ft ._1.. ..... to Laihley, 14S N. W. 7th Ave. and *d. Free delivery. city Phone
ton 10 Township 14 _u.. Rann 40Eaet. aooMnowapapo* poklfahod. to Dad c...
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX 145th SU Route 1. Box 441. Miami BJJ-M. McEwen Poultry Plant
DIED containing' III Acre MOM orleei ty. Florida, nod flllntt a proof of rack
File N., IHIlNutlM to the County of Dad*. State ofFtorMo publication In this raux Fla. (al2tt) -
b hereby gins that Henry JTaylor. M emhreeed to Certificate No. DONE AND ORDERED\ : In Chambers,
MISCELLANEOUStr
holder. o> UMUTM* of City' of Miami 147Th tkb lath .r'"A: it.rM.A: Clmll.'D.. IMT.H. Judn.Nor. ." TURKEYS for sale. Youngfat .
of Mid property alter
Tax Certlflcnt Numbered 'U7IT dated the I a.iaMineu
.th day of Juna A D. 1114 kaa filed MMOrtlflMW the Mid Certificate blued WM to the Santa ( I. II. II. II), Order now for Thanksgiving PIANO TUNING ones ",oelrlJlc.

to my office. und ku UUMJO anv! of Unknown.UnloM 35c lb. live weight Mrs. C. S. Good used piano for save: cheep

attention. for tax OH to blue t........* .I MM Certificate mall. k* redeem,. NOTICI OF APPLICATION FOB TAxi Allen Halnlln drive between W E. Koon. US N. W. 3rd SI
.eoord..ee with .... Said Ciortiflostosobs. ed ._..n.. ta tow, the property deetrlb.ed DEED ,
.. the 1'.11..1.' doer bad property therein" will b* cold to tIN .hla-lmt bidder Ckaptor IT4IT Actual Htl. Fit. No. A-IMt;; Krome and Redland road

Situated I. D." Comity. ........... .... __ Our Courthouse door on In* firm II... NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Henry Phone 2311. (012-19) WANTED j
Lot 11, B1amk' 10. loading day In Out month of December, 1IT which.. I. Bhiippard, holder of SUM and County
Plot Book I, pwr II to Ike City ta the ate day of _her. WIT I Tax Certificate No Mil Lewd th* 0tb' ,
Miami. County of Dud*. SUM .It.1 Dated thb STtk. day of October. 1117B. day of Auiuat A. D. I..... kM filed. Mm I FOR SALE Second hand pianoIn WANTED TO BUY-Old fashioned -

Florida.Tko a LEATHERMAN. to orl..., and kM made application 'nol!
any good condition. Price at furniture chain tables
BMemant of MM property Clark at Clraall Court a tax deed u be based _. SaM. sideboards
UM Mid Certificate belied was la Uw oaaw, Dad County FloridaCircuit Certificate ..burr the following dee.crlbed tractive. Homestead Variety pictures, china, silver t
of Unknw I Court. goat to th. County ol Dudr'
property Store. (pd7) Address
Box U-lll
Unless Mid Cmiriralo shall ba mlomcd By H 0 TERRKTT. D. C State of Florida. to-wlt' c'o LendcrXnterprlne -
axKordlnir, to law tax dad will liauatkorom (Nor. I. II. II. I'. 1937) NtrdP4ofIWofNW4le (n12-d3)

.. the 1111I day of Nannbar. A. BeMlon: I, TowMhtp II Both, Rann i I' LEGAL NOTICES
D. lM7rOotMl NOTICE OF APPLICATION I'OK TAX 4. Enet containing 10 Anne morn or I WANTED:
this Hth ..r October. A. Dtill. IIFEI CHArrHR 17417, A... at loss lees, In the County of Dada, State of I Lilting of houses
i' I
File No. A-III4. Fbwld.The I Ton. and orb or are booby so- and apnrtTenta for rent. Henry
I. B. LXATHERMAN.Clmll I NOTICE U HR.RF.nY\: GIVEN that Anannnennaurr aMailinrnt of Mid property under ri4:< and ...01..... to present any clalim
of Ckmlt. Court i bolder. of Slat and County the. said, rertirbnte I blued Wes U the nnne :ind dconanda which rail ar either. of you Bolufini & Den W. Morris, N.
.
Dada County Florida. Tai Certificates. Na M7I and M"7. Issued I of: Unknown I nay, bare against the estate of Borth. R. Krome nvc., north of 10-ccnl
Clrinlt Court hiD the let oar of D INI, kM filed Idwurda. daoiMid, rte at Rarulon Connt -
N C TTRRCTT: In offloa.:-j\; made application Unit MM certificate melt ba redeemed ;t few' York lo t''". Hon W. F BlantonCounty store; phone (4 (al-U)
Mm my according to bw. the property dcouMboitherein
: .Ci'I'' .
(Oct II. II. I*. ; for a Ua deed ... ba .hoped thereon. will be toM to the hhrnret bidder I Judge of Dad. County at hb. i>( ----- '- --
,
rir In the County CourthouM In Did
Said Certificate. cmbraoo the followingdcuerlked I
I .. the Court hares door un the first Now ,
THE IlaCI'IT: 'nl'aT.' IIL8"IIIIT", ta the Dada ... !Coot, Fiorina within ....hl oalwdtha or
IN property County of. day ,. the month of '- .. MM. which
Jt'DIl1AL CIRCUIT DADS COUNTY.FL(01DA. Btate of Florida, fabwtttGl I :..... front tho dale of low tint puMlpaw Buy a Home
b the' Ill day of December. 1B17. .
.....,. .
IN rHAVCKRr.CaM : of W* of BWH of NH* Be*, Dated this Pith day of Otebor 1011E ,ties sold claims o demands toIta
N. ItlU-C tlon I, TowMhlp. II South Roper HEnat. n. LRAT499MAN.Clerk swore N End presented as afore"". Buy Grove Land)
SFl'LAH M ROBE Plaintiff ... 11'4r, enntalntop 1* Acre seem or 'baa, of ClrraH O opt. '. MUM will b* barred
TER E. FOSE. IkifrarfantBILL I. the County: of Dad. State of Flop- Dole County Florida I Dated. October II. A. D 111 Buy Glade Land
D. H. WILLIAM!.
FOil DIVORCE Mu. an embraced In Certificate No. Circuit. Court Seal EtoWar
It appearing fcr affidavit appradod to 1171 TH. naaeMmont of Mid. A. Ancillary ol Ml. LaM Will
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property Hy N C TERRETT IX CNor. ,
the bill fad I. tile ...... stated MUM that odder the MM Certificate. bailed WMto ( I. I* '1. ta |"'MIN and TaManmit ofBERTHA It U my firm belief thai .....ta.er .
Walton. II. ROM. the Defendant Ih....... the aame of D. W. LIKM ... R. FDWARD prior are Imminent
nand k a wm-naMrat of the state ofFiori. WH of RWH, Bectton 4, Tewnihlp _.
.... and kla mldrai la .nk.o..n toplilhtUf IT gawk Rams M Eat: omtalnlna;, TBR riRci'rr CIRCUIT TOIIRT IM OF AND TWO IITeJUDICIAL FOR Oct.. Hi No*. I, It, 101.) Don't quibble about price.

that then b no pence to the. N Arree mur or has In the Countyef Don't wait
I..", of' Florida the Mrvfaa of lubpnontupo Dude. SUt of n. ..M., .> embmaeilIn I>AI>B COUNTY FLORIDA IN I llatement of Ute Ownrmhlp. MananaMnt
wkoai would bind each. Dofaadant Certlflraw No. IIS7 The nn... CHANCERY Ireulallen.. ..... Reaalnd er" the Act '"f Buy now.
k h of ._.,, .. meet of Mid under IN THE: MAT.bB OF THE ADOPTIONOF 1'...... af August 14 lilt.
Bad toot owe the age property the Mid
peso, It la therefore ordered that Mid I Certificate bailed WM In the Eaton of INFANT Ut'IJBON. PETITION: F"Il'' Of the Lader.r.......... publishedweekly Tou'U thank me for this suftestlna '

__I..... Defendant ba and h. U knkr > IC.'....... Le Draper.Unbai ADOPTIOM FOR it Honuatead. r..., for Oat. I, 1M7. s few months hence,
NOTICE OF PHTIHO ADOPTION ;
required to wnror to the Bill of Complaint I Mid CertmraM. men k* reoWm.rd NOTICE h kercl vlv that ender. :sate of Florida. County of D.... MBefore .
fad. to Mid MOM on or b>fnr* notordlnf to tow, lie property deerrlbed ilamed will, on th. ..MUy of :November.1A. i me. a notary public ,to and for II. A. Cameron
Monday. the fth. dw of Pooratbw. A. therein. will b. Mid ta the hl"keet bidder D. IBM al 1'.IItI. 'Uk, A. M -......' 'I h. state and rounty nforeMld. poraanallyippeared
otkorwlM the allegations or uM the OourtkuuM' door .. the has A.......
1MT, I.t first JI nnllraUon to one .>f tb. "d, of lk '11.. '' who kavlnv been _
will bo takes M OMfooMd 'b. Saw 0.t..da. 0'1 -"hl' the month of December, IM7 soft Court of the Fl.: > Judl lal C< 'duty" worn aoc"rdln< to law, depoMl and
... I b the ath day of December. 1117 to nail for Dad Unit Florid 'say.i that ke b the editor of the trader. LEGAL NOTICES

It b furthor ordered. that this order Dated this IttO day of Noreniher. 1M7.E. that nn nroW M mr authorbln, pr., ilw Cnwrprb. and that the following' b. Ui
B. LEATHERIIAN 'I"*. Met of kk t .owledm and ......,. trueifiiiemont
work for lour aoMonrtl .. n
ttbllakad once a idnptlon hy them t I tald 'Inf. Hilleon.
I H. 1'....... Phnel. Arl. J F ..- 1
Clark of Circuit Court, of th ...... .
woks to H_.... Loar-EnMpH: a i M their '.M hto, wd k..lr..t-l.w. .hlp, manaaument'tc Donald, Autrcrlll.. OnI .
....._ published to Mid County and Dada County. Florida WWAR1) NIMNICHT '. of th. ....''INt .. far the Thai Ute known kondhuM r. ., ., ,y
Clnult Court Beat ....,..
g..... I HBLEN NIMNICHT !show I. the above caption requiredor .
.
". end other annirlry h..t I I. < *n 4or
Rom.
This Utk Ootokor INT.a lit' N. C STEHRETT, D. 0Nor. James W Nhi Attemo for Petltlonon. the Art of ron "' of Aural 14. 1111, .
:; koldlnv 1 enl r( t' I
I |wr or m H
( .. 1t. II II) xkodbd In eealon ,. Postal Low and
GeL n. Noe I. 12 .
( II. Ml .. ,
B. I.EATHERM I ] amount of kondK __ ***
tefuto" OM. printed oa tIN .. ... side
... .
Clark of Circuit Court if Ikfa fare to.wM.1 curltlc.' art i 111 I..... are non ,iVtator
Clraurl Court Mall) 'IN TRII Bfl'IT MEET OF Tom IN Vile rotiNTY' Ji'iicy.'K rorar I rAND I That the names and ...._ of Ik* E. Dowwr _.... A J s. h,'., 4
By M. SWIFT Donnty Cl.rk. KIKVrNTH JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT OF FOR TUBE COUNTY. FLURIDA.' .. I. I. "*. dltnr, manat... editor andMM. I er. O IL ..KI._. '
Car ('..... Bulblton for PktlntUf, Bla.nyn FLORIDA IV AND FUR DAUB UKJV- IV i .!.. 4. Tkat the two par.rr.phi i.. M .t. rowner.
BulUliwI1X.U. I TT. IN CHANCERY., 44771-A. In Re:OlAa.rfl OF nENIHA B. ID./ .hU.."...manann Ben Archer antP HomaHMd, Flo, ahrkw the nanu uf the ., .1,. .
I': Mo.. .. It. 1') I FINAL OFCREBIM WARDB DorM>o4 tdltor. Ben A....... H_..... Ft*, ........ sea security .......... If nor .. '
rlRCI'IT1COl' RIC APPLICATION OV SARAH N IN THE RT THE' RRHFCCA HPNDRICK TO BIC\IIII: T. AU L'redl$. an. .11"' R..t..1 II. ._.. Fla. aerurlty bidders M thu ayixr .'."' ,"I Khooka
tvpNTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT or FREE DEALER, AI ..., Claims or D A. .Ind .w I xle4 I nest via Manavan But Archer, Homed of the i ifnpnnr .1.! Inurhur 1
FLORIDA, IN AND FOB DADS CO UN.TT. .! ._ i .. Fin.I tk* ebakholder. or ..- ..Hir h.I.'. a
IN CHANt. ERY. .n That th. owner la, ,lf owned ky airrornlloa nppoar upon the bonk of the ............ .a
ROBERT: D Fairs Plaintiff .. Ha k shows. er to any other. fiduciary. rlall. .,'.
SUSIE M PRIFR. ttor_... name and Ices meet .. ,. .
te ...* of the peraou oc carr .. .
.1 1.d and also W4.t4r .der
BU8IK INDIR M.FOR PUBLICATION HARRY'S WELDING SHOP now .d ..:.. of tor': den ..:= whom mob. truetM b .....*. b rrwn.. ..1.1that ...
PRIXM. tot South .1
Ute Mid two paroaraehl I' .to.
=.. VaMorta. Ooanla.Toa ;M li,..Mln. one per Mt ur mora of Met
otat.rat..obcoue nlflant'. full ktMrwK
.inMiunt af ekark. 11.... iicd
aw ky a eor
m .koraky rnulrrd UM| ordered. rUNCETOX. FLA : :"...11oo. the .ass .ad addresses at the' *.. and belief. na M the Nnoma.Sw ere
or bafora Ute I tk of _... .
day \
ondlUoa under wkkk atonakuMen. t4
,...,.....1 wU-w nest ho .1_ If eww
1MT. to outer youTurner's aeprr.a.e I. tie _is holders. who Ie ... ._. .es
4 firm. _...... .
by other oNEe.n
._ -.... tha ..seem a o
Sure few Portable Eleetrie and Al7le.Veldbt.. m Cylinder Btorks posted -- ... per ad -. r tie book of tow amen na Inolna. how
I wall these of orb. todlrMunl swabs tock and McurtllM to a MpacRy otherthan
CyUnder Head, Alanvlnnu Coatings and BeOdta.AnlMrnllTe a .
I must k* >lren.) that nf n km two owner and late
tinae affiantkM *. reason M ...,...* that nopothor
Funeral Belie i Ma kW B*>"irliu-Calerlnf: t* ranges la main In.South; Ben Arabs Phblbkhw, 11.._X lark Nee Afrker.I Ir4 wren _t"". w earpeinUMiMkl

boarlat: p mrit sad aligned restates, eenneeilat red lowering U Anises, W: J. V.. Winkle has any meek., =.'.:on"other.o Mdke.t aecactttou ta than Ibs .
w. O. Horn*. W D. Mom Co. Miami
2.-HS AMBULANCE SERVICE
a" better and cylinder ........ ; .unikor Co, Pl.iai.iliat, ,.... Mary A. a* on meal by klm I b
...._. k-rw AltcN m. >*MbkanSworn
Lady AtUndaat &- Aeckae, Ear west, Flo.l
Male r-... ......... City Fin.. C. Alain ta ..d auun.ik bean pw tal
Phone 5 4-R FU. I EXPERT WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEEDI; J **, ...1..... .... : T. 4. Frt.re. vtem1Rur0Mr4. 'nth. day af 0e(. IM7 (

HomaIea.cS. .. .... I West at NEWT & BALL, Votary FinMU.nty .
- II rpt'lt
;:.: twenty. Now Your ItI ( taninilMlon. aspirin I... '1.

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Page Twelve THE LEADER- ENTERPRISE Friday, November 12.1937 'H

made a forty-three yard pas*. r tY
TOUCH FOOTBALL I High man In the junior division e <
was Ronald Caves who finished Chase Red
'with two tint places and one & DiamondEnglish
(Continued From Pats Two) tamnd. Next la order woo James /
Sanborn
were plMed on another sheet The I'Sullivan who took tint place In
captains again picked the selected the place kick and two third places, dated l Walnuts
players, and In this way the I one In punting and the other In the
teams were more evenly match kkJr,. ff. large
Coffee
ed. I. The following records were
William MeMlchael and Ml made in the senior and junior high I sizeSWIFTS
team mites won the honors In the.'school classes: & hZ7c
first period class In the Meord Senior High -
I
period clan Matt Ballero's team, Punting LIlt e, W )41. 2 ft., Z5c
consistently won from Edwin Toppno' Oonlnger. 48 )'Ib.; McDaniel 47
tenm In the third I -...
yds, R. Martin, 44 yda
Harry Pierct team was pM'tod'j: Passing Roy Martin 62 yds1H .
JEWEL Far West
Ins defeating the teams
,
ft., L. Nixon, 90 yds Clon-
,
McMlchael Elmer Oilmer.
lager 47 yds R. Cave, 4J yda 1
; ;
freaton Bird. There were only!ft. LARD 4lbpkg. 4Sc PRUNESWalker's
two team In the fourth period "
,
Kick-off E. Scherr 49 yds :
etasa Honors were about even H Newton, 48 yds. R. Martin, 47yds. No.
between Charlie LHtle'a team and ; 2 i can .15c .
; L. Nixon, 45 yds
Clinton Buhop'i team In the
.
PILLSBURY XXXXFlour
I Place-kick R. Martin 35 yds.
fifth period class, Fred Chapman'steam
'2 ft, Wm. McMlchael, 30 yds; P. Austex .
won over the teams of Wm 10 ,d.. Jaa. Sullivan,
Topplno ; 20 lb. bag
Aaxelmo and Ronald Cavei I I 9Sc
Five achievement teats were given 80 ydi; C. Bishop. 30 yds; O.Clonlner. CHILLI j
Including punting/ 30 yds.; H. Rue, 30 ydl
Miek-rtf for distance place-kick palll"I i j, Drop-kick C. LIttle 30 yds.; No. 1/ 19c
for distance and drop-kick for I C. Bishop, 33 yds.; W. D. Lett, 25 Country Roll Creamery can .. J
dittanre. Record of but year yds.; H. Rue, 25 ydiJunior .
were shattered and new one letup I High BUTTERlL3Bc Bob White
Roy Martin took the honon Punting R. Cave, 45 yards, '. "1
In the senior division, making two I:Ronald Caves, 38 yards; Jaa. Sullivan TOMATOES2No.2cans..l5c 1j;
firsts and one third place. Charlie 37 yards; L. Cheshire, 37 j
Little was second with two tln"'l;yards; J. McMichael, 37 yards. ROYAL PKGS. 9
Little broke his last year puntlnf Passing- D. L. Bowen, 38 yds,
record of f.fty-two yards by h.na-j Howard West, 38 ,ds.: Ronald Gelatin Desserts i
ing up ela record of (5 yards andi I Caves, 35 )'da.; Wilbur Godwin, I4c: Farm House Garden
two this year Oscar Clon- 37yds.
lager ranked third with three Kick-off: Frank Billelo, 43 PEAS
second placea. In the junior division yds.;L. Cheshire, 40 yds., Jaa.Sullivan ;
to records were broken.I 38 ydi; Jud Plche, 38 yd*.
The punting and pasting recordsfar : Place-kick- James Sullivan, 30 VEGETABLES I I jFresh Meals p..2cans ..25c ,:
surpassed those met up last I yds., Frank Billelo, 20 ydi; J. T.
:year. Richard Caves punted Godwin, 20 yds.; J. McMichael, 20
DEL MONTE
tyrflvt yards to break J. T. God-I yda.; L. Cheshire 20 yardi :.
win's record of S3 yards for lait, Drop-kick Ronald Caves, 20 Crisp Large Head FRESH CORNED BONELESS!
year.' J T., on the other hand, yds.; D. L. Bowen, 20 ydi; L. RAISINSLE'ITUCE
exceeded his own, passing record 'Cheshire, 30 ydi; Jim McConnell,
of last year by seven:yards having '20 yd. BEEF
pkg. lOc
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2 for .. .. 13c lb. .. .. . 38c Garden Patch I,
_

[ eistChewoleti GEORGIA GEM NUT Corn, Niblets i' i


YAMS OLEO 2 cans. ...... 25c':


Dealer on East Coast 5 Ibs. . .. .. 19c lb. ..... .. 15c Southern Lady mum I


Western Chuck Relish or Salad ;j
Long Stalk
M SINCE '
Beef Roast Dressing \1
BUSINESS MARCH 132. _
aeLANa
CELERYeach

Ib . .".- .. 25c quarts .. 25c. )1

Guaranteed Used Cars .. .. .. 12.
Boned and Rolled Shaver Field

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1934 Auburn Tudor-A high priced car at a small FANCY Veal Roast Peas with Snaps

price; good condition; worth more than we Grapes .

f ask. Ib . .. 31c N o. 2can .... 10c .

193G Chevrolet standard Coach; new paint; seat 2 Ibs. .... 15c
, covers; runs fine; very economical. western N. B.. C.

: 1933 Ford Sedan; has had very good care; priced York Cooking Round Steak FIG BARS ,4

.:". right. a
t APPLES lb. .. .. .. 25c ba . .. .. lSe ;
1928 Reo Sedan; a big car; custom body; priced
low. 5 Ibs. 17c Genuine Spring BULK


1930 Chrysler Coupe; very good buy at our price. Fresh Green Leg 0' Lamb Meal or GritsBROCCOLI .


I lb- .... 31c
TRUCKS 5 lbs. ._ 19c''

1930'Ford D. W. Truck; a good cheap truck for Ig. bunch _. 19c Banquet Sliced FANCY
I
the glades. BACON
Fresh Ford RICE
Hook
1928 Ford Pickup; good body; runs 0. K.; priced

low. lb- .. ... 38c
LIMA BEANS .- 5 lbs. .._ .. 22c

1929 Ford Light Truck; flat body; good condition.
.2 Ibs. .-. 35c Boned and Rolled '
1936 Chevrolet 157" D. W. Cab and Body; perfect Baby Limas

shape. Rib Roast ),
Golden RipeBANANAS or ,

Birdtbevro1et I lb. .. ... .. .. 40c Black Eye Peas


Lou Fresh Dressed 2 1b& ------15e
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3 Ib lOc
s.
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I .FRYERS Phillips.Carrots .

I lb. .......-..
Tonto J 1IICe
Co. /

j. 2 Ig. bUDhes..l5c Hens, lb. _.. Z giut cans lSe ;,



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