The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00150
 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 19, 1937
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
 Record Information
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: UF00087294:00150
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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South Dade Is Eyed as Source of Fiber

IBS. Construction of a plant for the ions in Legion ball Wednesday
13,371,476 .
: processing spinning /and weaving I noon following a talk by E. M.
Elliott and other officials of Ra-
I cf ramey: a fiber eight and one-.
mey Southeastern, Inc, that Included -
PEARS IN 1937 third times stronger than cotton David V. Sutton formerly
seven and a half times stronger director of the CiUcen Bank of
than silk and three and a halftimes New York. City.
stronger than hemp, will .
r Some of the Rote took seedsof "
be started In Miami within 90 1
Nearly 300 Per Cent More ,days and those behind it are looking the ramey stalk: home to plant Services SlatedIn era Calla Pre.
In test plow: the plant U laid Election
Than Poundage To- lands
to the glade and prairie Methodist Church! Meeting as
to be free -from attack: by'pe.tI,
tal for 1934 I of South Dade at the source ot Custom DecreesNO
''Ia in
a perennial crop-on* plot "rviee.1
Miami to 50 Union Thanksgiving
planted ramey years
CITES Displays of ramey stalk, from which the' ago was said by (M speaker to be win be held Thanksgiving mornIng .I HOLDOVERS LEFT
4JIN SUBSIDY pussy-willow looking flourishing?yet The attention at I o'clock in the Homestead I
DEMAND la broken down into fiber, to bolts' Methodist AMONG TOWN DADS
' ramey needs, It was said, is cutting .- Church. I
)1 ot goods for clothing and automobile -
The Rev C X. Walker,
and harvesting of the four oreM pastorof
,,:/ I Florida Shipments This upholstery covering were on I
crops a year that are yielded, the First Baptist Church of Harris Elevated to Mayor,
Year Total About display before Homestead Rotar- and some fertilizing as the plant Homestead, will pronounce the Webb Taken Out of

,; I Five Million I if I great user of nitrogen. Invocation one lead to the Lord's City by Ouster .
lesson will be
UONSENDORSESTATEDIARKETS Ramey, the "Iron cloth" will prayer Scripture
: Shipment ot Cuban avocado led by the Rev Thos. B. Sheldon.
supplant cotton In the automobile I
Th town caucus to select nominees -
pastor ot the Free Methodist
Into th* United States increased Industry, where 761,000,000 pounds
Church of Florid CICty. Prayer for the city election to- beheld
from ", 44,089 pounds in 1938 to el cotton were used last year, Mr.
will be 14 by the Rev. J. J. Rich.
next January will be held on
Elliott said. Cotton is on th*
13,171,179 pounds In 1937, so, of the Homestead
"out," lie declared. ards pastor 1, at I m.. In
PLAN OF C. OF C. way Wednecdajr.'tfec p.
cording to a report received by L"A. Methodist Church. The Thanksgiving -
'. Ames, president of the Florida Vntil a process was perfected message will be brought by the Neva King Cooper School
Avocado*n Persian Urn
en, who recently advocated ,a The movement ot. the Re Hand could not be spun by machinery I the Homestead Nazarene Church, yesterday
federal Ildy for Florida avocad District Chamber ea: Commerce t* the speakers said.I Another Miami and benediction will be pronounced In which all
i growers SB,trr alternative: to,the; obtain and keep Florida markets man who was fascinated by tie! by the Rev: George J:. Deuel. The town caucus.
requested) fot Florida 111I state potentialities of ramey Is E. B.! person wN.1IaL.resided within, .I
I re tariff which Congress = .. ... .
I' tailed to send ;jwtws it,Renewed*.IrglstaUwi and .: *faa*. Bttfet, h *4 M till big outdo t'*** ". ... -' ... t1i.til"1 intl.{'" mebtea'd'situ "

the reciprocal trade agreement tar to those adopted by California, Vertising firm that bean his name RUE OFFERS CITY! months and within the state at
u 1 received the endorsement of the He also was at the Rotary Club
:. last spring although admitting !! least one year may take Dart, i*
iI Florid s growers were greatly Redland District Lions Club lit its meeting Wednesday and especially held in accordance: with custom
weekly meeting Tuesday night In after the meeting during FREE LEASE'OF1
damage thereby L 5', and not a* a requirement of the
Avocado shipments from Flor- the Den at Silver Palm. th* Inspection of the ramey products city charter or ordinance. Tb*>

ids in 1BJ7 ob.,. totaled about Lion George L. Swan, who Initiated gave a history of the efforts CAMP SITEA major sets the date The last
'. 8,000,000 pounds, Mr. Ames s id.! the movement at the last' to make the fiber commercially AUTO caucus called by Mayor Preston
\ The report, which Mr. Ante in,.. meeting of the chamber of com- I successful. B. Bird, was held on Nov. U, 1933.
lends to use In. efforts to hiveFlorida's peace outlined the state-vide The company has a harvesting The purpose of the caucus I I. tonominate
delegation 'In congraassponaotvM trope of the plans contemplated I machine and will have more. The Ihrfe-,.*, lease of nine lot two candidates for each

Avocado subsidy bill,'I and asked that the club appoint a 1 I object now Is to get fields of ramey on South Flagler avenue for use municipal offlo A mayor and

was transmitted to the local *vo-j committee to work with the chnm- planted close together so the u trailer parking area was ot'eied '- seven councilman art to be elected.
'w cad co-operative! by the J foreign her committee which >' heads machines will not have to skip the city free of charge Monliy Ordinarily only live council scsls
i vill office of the bureau of The LION Club committee appointed I"all over the county" hunting the Rue Ire want but this time the two
and domestic commerce, U. S. department is composed of Walter Tal- product Ramey will grow in South night by Councilman Frank holdover councilmen were Mr
i\ of commerce It ws bott, Chas. Cox. J. R. Hlckson, Tom Dade M per cent better than'anywhere -1 when the question of whether or Harris and Mr. Webb. Mr. Harris -

\ : compiled in Havana Cube, by Torbert, Dr. George D. Ruclile else, It was explained. rat to rBow the municipal parkto elected president of the council
A I John P. Hoover, assistant trade Richard R. Klnard. Curtis E.: Lee E. B. Elliott took back to Miami be made M eyesore again cam that took office in January of

t Commissioner. Lawrence Pope, C. S. Allen and with him an architect's tentative, before the council J93, was tlevated to the mayor's
Th-193T avocado shipments toy Robert MacDonneU. design forjth; signs to be placed on 1 office following the death of Mayor
tie United Stated from Cuba were A resolution calling for the the Tamiami Trail oa either side Last tear a temporary trailer I C. T. Harper and his place on the
nearly 300 per cent more than the enactment and enforcement of a; of Jerome avenue, with the objectof I camp was made opposite the rau- council hM never been filled.
total for 1934 which was 4,443,279 fruit theft law "with teeth in U" redesigning and painting the: 1.IdVC'lWlmmlr.a pool bath house I Count ibnan Webb is Ineligible for
pounds. The total for 1933 was was offered by Chas. Pratt and referred signs free of charge to the district In order Out sanitary facilities ;n the council! ft a result of the recent
': W74.S87 pounds, to the board of directors for, and erecting them at cost or supplying the bath buses!, not then in us eater division which takes his
.1 a Because of the prevailing practice further study and Investigation I blueprint free of charge owing to needed repairs to the residence along with others, outside -
j of fruit buyers in paying cu- "Cellulose In Our Every Day for the local civic organization to pool, might serve the tourists. Nondescript the city )",1'".
ban farmer a fixed price for the Life" was the subject ot a talk follow should they elect to erect outfits that came tw; the No Announcement hive been

entire production their- farms, made by Lion Richard B. Kinard. the signs themselves camp, however made the place matte i.ntertlal candidates, butit
based on the number of bearing Two solos were sung by Mrs. I, P. an eyesore, And the prospect at U felt rMMnably certain that
bees, average yield per tree per MiLtan, with piano accompaniment I Beach Vice Crusader re-establishing the camp at that Msvor Hauls will not decline to
centag of loss eta;states the report by Mrs Wm. M. Johns Rob- I To Tell K.D.LA.,of Plain spot created no enthusiasm More- run for election to that office if
it I Ia not possible 16 stat the ert C. MacDonneU was proirui I ever, the S*th !house will be in h* is nominated at the caucus The
price received by farmers for their chairman. I, The Reception We Intend Co'' use whenever weather permits Ave remaining councilmen ellfff:Ile!
produce. "However," it continues Appointed to be the principals Give Gamblers and Gangsters This I swimming, and us* of their facilities for re-election are Frank Rue
"packers are said to receive in another "liars" contest at the Year," will be the subject of a talk by traUerites would not be Jot Hurton, J. Q. Wynn, B w.
normally from 20 to 23 cent per next meeting were*.' E. A. Buchanan by William Hardie, pr lc1ent 'of' practical. Morris rnd Henry Brooker, Jr.

crate. During the past season S. R. Salinger, Lawrence the Miami Beach Association at Th location of Mr Rue's Iota It .Is believed that most of them
price were very low and peckers Pope, Henry Ruegg, Tom Tortjert, the meeting of the Redland Dlsvict was considered suitable tor the will by smonj the candidates relultirg .
received from II to IS cent per Mr. Wnard, Dr. Huehle. Mr. Pratt Improvement .tsrt+clatlon to MJ purpos He and Councilman B. !-om the caucus ;
\ crate. Inland freight costs from Carl Wagner And L. O. Rogers. held at 8 p. m. Monday the Red-j W. Morris and Frank Webb were \ The only other name beard sr
Interior points to Havana are said lend school Jttor'um. i appointed to work out a camp \r in connection with the forth-
to be about I cents per crate; the Christmas Seal Sales The campaign which the Miami plan and submit It to the council .11I1111I mayors race Is that of
exporter's1 commission amount to Thanksgiving Beach Association has Waged and at the next meeting. T E. Kirby, although Mr. Kirby
IS cents per crate; ocean bright Start on is stilt waging; iIt keep We underworld Bids for auditing the city's books ti*. NOt pubti.hr; committed himself -
to New York I* S3 cent per crate, -'I"'" out ot Miami Beach, b lie opposed Mr. Harper forth
1934 Dee
1' for the period of Au.
The Christmas seal
to New Orleans (IVfc cents familiar to aB who read the Miami office two year ago
Thirty per cent of all import sate will be opened on Thanksgiving pies*. William Hard! 1s the son 31; 1937 and setting up an ae- ...---
United Day: wl-t the Florida Tuberculosis I I counting system, were opened and
duties collected by the ot former Sheriff Dan Hardie. referred to I committee headed by P..T. A. Wilt Collect
and Health Association
States arc set aside for use of the George L. Swan president ct
t department of agriculture Mr. sponsoring the Ml in Florida, and tie Improvement Association, who Finance Committeeman Joe Sutton Both QJdand New'ToI'Mrs.

Ames said, and it Is from this fund the Dad County Tuberculosis A.- started the Florid Markets fur for tabulation.A .
-that the date growers ot Califor soclation si OP swine it in Pale Florida Growers campaign, announced resolution uthoiuuig the Preston B. Bird of the
nia'recelv their subsidy With County also that this movement Issuance of coupon cjrttOcatt, k> student aid coanmitt of the
tariff avocado growers ot Florida George L Swan, chairman! tot would be discussed at the meeUng. exchange tot past due bond Interest Homestead P-T. A. will bee
... would receive $3 to $S.50 a bushel east sales for the Redland District, coupons ws passed. The coupon charge of the collecting of old and
average through the season, Mr. explains that Via fUnd raised to US JOIN RXO CROSS certificates are to be redeemable new toy for underprivileged child
T Ames estimates, whereas now they Florid af* Used Ur tuberculosis Mrs. J:. J Dial and Mn.J B. at U per cent of their tae ran this year.
/ ,J'fCelve.n average ot II JO to SI.73. work. 1.a1ear they were u *J Brooks, Red Cross chairmen, for value and funds for their retirement Those who have turf to contribute -
"Let congress give Florida ova tc seek out eases of tuberculosis mUr Homestead, reported a total enrollment I! are to be derived from payment are asked \\0 gn inert to
t r T redo grower n subsidy to makes early stages, when reco er/ 1 l I' of 128 yesterday The of back taxes at discount Mr Bird 'r !u l J..Utht'm at yea'
':, (Continued An Fag Three) Is safer. drive will end Wednesday I from 7) to 23 pet .,n\. i the L'.", Ot' .uj:. '


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j, r Pare Two mE LEADER ENTERP1t1.QE Friday, November 19, 1937 .

Fun Hour Inaugurated striking the man the ear Swerved u
and came to a stop. Mrs Chapmangot
By Local Legion Poet
..j I out and ordered the occupant. i
r HORTICULTURALBODY 1 of the ear to take their victim to
J "Amet" of a prominent m..mber i a hospital They put him in the
on charge of grow neglect of car, and proceeded north. Mrs 4r
IN FLORIDA duty enlivened the newly-inaugurated ar i rejUle, having taken r
1 I, social hour of John O Sal- I \a'f.I': :. number and noted I!

1j Icy Post, American Legion' i in Le I the make and t model of the car,
j Chat I. Brooks, head of Brooks. glon hall Wednesday night Sandwiches I proceeded (0 Florida City and re-
Inc grove servicing and fruit,, I and liquid refreshments ported lIu' accident and data to
also added to the oeca.lon. I Wm J. Geiun,too. town rmw* p I. '
marketing firm that bas lie headquarters -
The adjutant Wm J, Ge-
post I Mr. O, >nlmo went bl pursuit(
In Homestead, ww elected -
I ronimo, charged among other IsIs
; of the l'at as far at Black Point,
of the Florid Horticultural hit
d president things with wearing Legion
but unable to find it, returned
Sochttat a meeting of cap backwards at n public eicnt I
Monday he checked the tag number
served with. warrant, for iJ'' e
the executive Committee of that was I at the Dade County courthouse
arrest" by Constable Joe 1 s< ti -
I found It belonged to ItL
Winter I the
orginJsotlon In Haven on
borough, member of the poll but Itk
model and make described by tile IJII
Nov 8, to fin the vacancy created was released upon his own rc'ognixance -
I! Chapmans and traced the latent III
by the recent death of Joseph to stand trial at the next
1 ownership to George Fulcher, M1-
Lyons, who was elected president meeting s amt negro Constable Joe Scar S
I Miami Legionnaires In the legal :r.
at the annual meeting of the society ; borough: woi ked Homestead angle k
will be asked to a
profession prosecute -
1j held at Ocala last May the The defendant and rounded up some of the prisoners ; N
and yesterday Deputy Sher.
j Mr. Brooks li the first South that he
stated yesterday had as "
Iffs George Hardle and Stuart It.I .
Florida nun to be president of the yet been unable to find counsel I Smith went to Hog Key where ; lvb
1 Florida Horticultural Society In' willing to defend him I I they traced Fulcher at working, i'

the SO yean of Its history lie has At the basinet session of the I and with the aid of Monroe County '1 D L
post a committee was appointed
Sheriff Maloney
been an active member and a vice- to work with eomlmttees from! IS YOUR HOMI'A'If1'1": : home aucldtnU claimed' I Deputy Raymond "
him end L.
n>..e lives In 1J38 than motor c 'I. ". i 3d Cross Accident Prevention apprehended
president for more than ten yean,, the Rotary Club, Chamber of i another "
c etlgit' It timed at rtduc:r.3 I rj I j-ards.. Thin unprotected: and Thompson occupant
and has been chairman of tome of Commerce and Lions Club on Both admitted .
the death car the IIII
freed light card may trip the c' ;lei or may bt short elreoltsd and Live
Its important committees, Includingthe I the erection of two signs on the i fj*. e "k.Red CI'IIIIIII'II" all;I c ,eh hazards checked for home safety, accident and subsequent events,.,, B
legislative committee in 1834. Tamlaml trail, One a quarter mile. the deputies said They blamed ;
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when the society sponsored a num- Geneva Haynes, Homestead ne :
I west of Krome avenue, calling attention postmistress of Florida City, aided '
ber of Important legislative acts HIT AND CARRY grew who at with them in the' ,
for the improvement of marketingand to the road leading to'Homestead by the sharp eyes of her ten year car, with demanding they abandon,:,' h.
other condition In the citrus the Redland District old ton, ,Freddie, however, all their victim The ncgres: hat ti d CI.
Industry I I the Oversea Highway, and Everglades DRIVER DUMPS seven negroes are In custody and police record U a bootlegger and '
I National Park. : J.
facing possible first and second worse.
For more than 23 he has
.' t resided in Miami, where yean he It now VICTIM I ON ROAD' degree murder charges. tipC.,

active in the real estate business Children's Home MakesThanksgiving Mn Chapman and Freddie were There was one piece of pie left J j Iftl
and specializes in groves and acre I' Appeal I on their way home from Homestead from the noon meal on the table, !
i age, but he has been I fruit grower, Instead of taking their victim about 10.SO Saturday night and Mn Powell divided It between el
also during all this time Hit ton, J. Jacksonville: Nov 18 racing to the county hospital at directedby when they taw the car coming from Helen and Buddy. I
R. Brooks, it resident manager of a huge deficit (over $1300000)), a white woman who witnessed I the south at about 60 miles an Buddy looked at his mother and
the grove developing firm that the largest deficit in I* 3} yean the accident, seven negro occupants I I hour. They saw it hit the negro taw that the didn't have any', h.tl
I operate in this lection: of service to over thirty-eight of I car that struck t negro pedestrian, who was walking to "Mother' ," he sold earnestly, "1'
I! ward Florida City on the east tide 't this when have I'
Mr. Brooks was Instrumental thousand homeless and orphan' pedestrian on South Krome avenue can enjoy pie you

having established In Miami the children In Florida, the Children'sHome I Saturday night took him to I of the road facing traffic,u _After nt any'.__Take_ Helen.__ ..". alOf
tint canning plant In Florida to Society of Florida I* makIng Quail Roast road nesr, the Price
tnake a commercial success of an urgent Thanksgiving IP)4'111 grove and abandoned him, still ofF
canned grapefruit It wa established for funds, food of every kind, and unconscious. '
by Ralph Park, an experienced -I children wearable of every kindIn I I Found Sunday morning and Oldest Chevrolet ,
....--'\ vegetable canner from sires up to sixteen yean of age., taken to the hospital the negro I tltec
I Indiana the tame man who constructed Even: the smallest contributionin I I'was later identified Ranise ;
at Homestead the grapefruit ,I r money will help. It should be Hardwlck of Florida City farm
canning plant that was destroyed ,seat to R. V. Covington, treasurer, I laborer, died Wednesday night
by the 1921 hurricane' Due I 40 Buckman Building, Jacksonville : !I from a fractured skull and other I Dealer East CoastIN i(
to larger upstate supply, Mr Polk injuries' without regaining con- on
later mover his canning operationsto Anything that children can eat I sciousness. Through the presence ; rr
: Haines City, in Central Florida, wear or enjoy will be warmly welcomed I of mind of Mrs Blanche Chapman,
and the grapefruit canning Industry by the state superintendent, to
.hat grown to such an extents Marcus C "Daddy Fafg, and I incola or Miami HBHH SINCE b,
since the lint successful product I all articles other than cash shouldbe Good hornet for older homeless BUSINESS r...."i...fS MARCH 1(21TRUCKS f lit
was turned out that last year eight) sent to the Children Home,I children from six to sixteen years fLAN
million boxes of grapefruit were i 2560 Riverside avenue Jackson- uf age ire greatly desired by the toet.
required to meet the Increasing! ville, or to one of the branch receiving society and Its hundreds of homeless .
demand for the canned product. j home at Lakeland Pen- I boys and girls I W
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t 1930 Chevrolet; cab and body; cheap; clean. alt 1

-71 r l 1931 Chevrolet; School Bus Body; priced to sell; I m

tv body can be used in a lot of ways. ihC!
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< Wm 1928 Chevrolet;.flat body; light; cheap. T.
Cm 1930 Ford; flat body; dual wheels; cheap. A cl.

1928 Ford Pickup; good for filling station or light tit

glade truck.Guaranteed. 10

Used Cars nth

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1934 Chevrolet rumble seat Coupe; radio; motor i toI

/ //y.A/Striyr* _checked over; car.in good condition.

192'l! Ford Coupe; good light car; priced to sell.

19;0 Chrysler; -Coupe; looks good; priced right.

1928 Keo Sedan; a large car at small price. ,
CDR 1929 Ford Tudor;'ash talks on this one.

f 1933 Ford Sedan; motor tuned; brakes checked; I

clean: : ; ready to be used.

IL. I TWTI*B waMa- tut aU"Ott ft* kffls aa4 fuwtft aw...... Costs less than driving- 19"J4 Auburn
; VV .* On bocce w f.- art we .......wM M Uda.Ut Brougham ; small six; very rood
0.w. >ir. ,
: M* el Florida .....UW MY ."" b-' tOw ran to 'IWI *. : condition.
tl', 1ne4aDe, Alt. Saabs Maq tie seders war Fievml dpM see. JACK8ON\IIXC $.1.50' $9.50
'; low mat w .tea. aW tmbtla debt la tae bend el taws twta *eWa DAYTONA REACH 4.M 7JMMELBOIKVB

t .ftt send *MMM< wry to nabs loss Ttoak Mot tip .1oeCMf ,. 1.11 UI Bird
, ,a.-. FT PIERCE: : "us 415 SAV $10t9st
r he '- tt see el tae Mf twet lessee W Opening teen=
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i X. L 1'InI..Beet and TWA Lenses Ffce *J.4MI RET WEST ____" US US Chevrolet

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Friday, November 19, 1937 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Three

WlunnlllUUllllllllll1D( liD( ( their meeting w Mr. King terv- REDLAND PLAYS I THE WEATHER two week ago and another WM I

Into I sd,delicious salad sandwiches and OfftoM *Mthr N.O*tltwtrMwnl .....-..... bona lIonda,.
toto coffee to the following ladles: StMfor Hi rinti.<. .,.,.., Wm. Reeve of Riverside, N. J.,
20 Years Meadame* R. B. Edward, S. f. DELIlA CAGERS I formerly employed with Frank
Ago Mathews A. J. Cobb, W. A. Flowers Dale IMax Mia 11. Al Doyle, W. A. King, J. T. I No1Z |183 |164 |1211.881| .14 Importer I* at Tropical\ Monkey
\- Venn, Rube Vann, O. W. Moon TUESDAY NIGHT i Rev 1) I 11 |1811211.881| | .01 Jungle at Militant to Mr. Du.
d IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! : C. D. Bur J..R. Doney and W. 3, I !,Nov 14 1 75 | 54 I I Ii Mond this winter and while there

r, ft* feltowtnt ..... .t.. taps *... Barton." i Nov. 15 .n |118 I I.' |12U21| It making a large collection of
C- Uttat r... HIM *l tin Bi..iln4 _"A meeting of the officer of I I Redland High School will tart I Nov. 18 ---I| 51 I 142 |12U4'| I snakes native to this part of Flor-
to M 101"A..aabli.h.d U. R.ilk rhrWd Nw...._II. lilt n4r _"& K. Livingston, town auditor, its 19J7-S8 basketball season Tue*. Nov. 17 ..--!' 79 | &S |1211.881;
.r... Ort who Nov. IS |179 I 150 {80.111 .09 ida.J.
17. INI. Uu BWM.MM4L "
II. ...-. to auditing the town book day night with a game in the Red-I L. Buck father of Frank was
4tIt Nov. (, 1917. -"Mrs. Henry Carter entertainedthe land gym' against Delray a frequent visitor at the Monkey
Ladle Aid of the M.X. Churchon Jungle during the tart few week
Nov. 13, Coach Snyder announced
1917.'The Thursday afternoon of last Beach'j I AVOCADO while he clayed at the home of
d.t Owls gave I vary enjoyable land's probable line-up
week, at her hw e in Redland Mn. AMa Backer In Modello Ke
tit card party at the home of Mr. and ,- Mm. W. J. Barton went to low: Richard ....w.n center;I Ii left Tued y for Lake Worth
Mra T. P. Brooker Tuesday
It evenIng Larkin lilt Friday afternoon i Kenneth Chambers and Ihneitj I II 11/11 mi |l.tft to "1.M deficit that i
complimentary to B Z. Crowley
d where she orginiaed missionary 'I[ Cuba It causing with her glutting !
who leave this week for the I C Campbell guards; E.: F. Graham Moffet Mural Lures
,j 1j army training/ camp at Columbia, society at the Baptist church. She and Fred Vmton, forward ri.. of our markets, If the reciprocal Shoppers to Franklin'sA
went to PerriM Wednesday for thetame ', agreement mutt be maintained be-
1/0'1 S. C. ThOM to bid
present aid, however, that those player
other eaction of i
r. _. route to many
pur '
es Mr. Crowley good-tjye and enjoy 'I''would have to keep on their toOl'!|I the ooufttry benefit even though i mural of Thanksgiving Daydalntlte
i I pleasant evening In his companywere -"Tha 3-1 Club met last Friday 1
to from out Florida la hurt' Mr. Antes argue hat been painted IIC1'Oelthe
keep being pushed by
-"MTI. O. R. Rive will
: Mr. and Mrt. T. P. Brooker give t.
of the how window of
!j jand he launched hit at top
I.K I ) appeal
1 Mr. and Mrs. Percy Carleton, Mr. masked party to the 8th grade at Clyde Chamber, Earl Swilley I and
P. J. Franklin, Inc.
luncheon Senator C. grocer
i a for O. Andrews -
her home evening of this I Larry Holt and E. F. Manhall II j I
and Mr* Lee Lehman, Mr. and on Friday I In Homestead recently. Hit caterer to her majesty, the house.
n1Q Mrs. Frank Skill Mr. and Mil.Lewis week." The Redland basketball aeredule'o wife.
.. work in data
present compiling
!t. J Ja1 Twyman, Mr. and Mn Carl -"The Halloween party given at I hat been arranged to '.r a* follows -I is a follow up of Senator Andrews' The artist it Tommy Moffttt a
Deden. Mr. and Mr. Henry Prid- the pavtlllon on Wednesday evening : I
Coach Snyder tall: | promise to study the pro- member of the Franklin tales staff
O. L. Grew and W. H. Sheffield
len, Mr. and Mn. C. B. Colby Jr. by and when Mr. Moffett got through
D. posal.
. Nov. M-Delray, here; Nov. 10
Mine Eunice Nixon Clarke Cole wa quite a .u ceu
,f I with hit paint brush Monday night
and Ida Semmel Mesdames Arthur (Florida City). Miami Military Academy (pending i then was a picture of turkey
h.l Morgan and Sue Rupert, Messrs. -"Mrs. C. S. Hough fell one day ), here; I>c. Homestead, Two More Baby Monks i cranberries and other Thanksgiving -
,all14e. B. M. Duncan, W. J. Clark and the thin week and received a few I there: Dec. 7-Miami Military j| Bor nat DuMond Jungle I dinner ingredient then fairly
honor guest E. Z. Crowley." bruises but I II able to be around." Academy (pending), there; Dec.; ___ lures Uie paterLinto the (tore.BURTON'S .
-"W J. Krome hal gotten a* (Florida City). 0 Miami Beach, here; Dec 17-I I
he.1 high a* til a crate for hit avo- _"F. S. Loomis and family who Delray, there; Jan.7-Miami High,1 Two more babies have ben
on, eado" have been in Michigan several here; Jan. 11 Edison, there; born to the monkey that roam thI '
!red a Councilman J. L. Burton and month have returned to. Home- Jan. 14-Lake Worth there; Jan i I DuMond Tropical Monkey Jungle''1 UAe iw 1ni raAD :7
Halnlln drive. One born
J. C. Boss have been at work getting itead. 25 Ponce de Leon, there; Jan. SI ,on wa
pledge toward sure-enough Homestead, here; Feb I-Ponce -
celebration to take place shortly He had just been wonted in a de Leon here; Feb. 4 Fort Laud-
'ftile ). after the electric light have been business deal and he was very erdale, here; Feb. -Miami High
turned on, and they have been given an2l':'. there; Feb. B-Wst Palm Beach,
en cubatatlal encouragement. "I look upon you, sir at a rascal (pending), here, Feb. 11-Miami
!" he Mid. Beach, there; Feb. II Lake
redr -"The Red Cross of Homestead
! "You are privileged Had his Worth, here; Feb. 18-West Palm
have established work at
a room
1'1'.. the home of B. A. Tlbbit on Krom rival, "to look upon me in .n'1l Beach, (pending), there; Feb. 21
character you care to ....um.Ex. .. -Fort Lauderdale, there; Feb. 2) REMODELING SALE
to supplies avenue for and the surgical making dressings.of hospital. I Edison, here.

-"Mrt. Geo. W. Kotcl, president
of the Pioneer Guild and Mrt. Kirk
Monroe president of the Countyfederation ContinuesSee

1 of Woman's Organization EXTRA SPECIAL !
q *, are perfecting pro.ranand 0
flan. for the meeting In Guild Hall1paturday.TWcefftbef Our
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".-"Mrs. D. M. Roberti 1* the enerv1gctlc
J chairman of the lately formed -'r Suit
'Biology' clan, which I* doing All for $2.60
good work"Mrs. ;

i C. C. Voorhee wa calledto
( 1 Tarpon Spring last Thursday; 1 GREASE JOB '.95 11.95:
by the sudden Illness and death of;

I her father." GAL BLUE SUNOCO GAS
6.95 Z .95
I -"H. S. Stnsel and wife of Mann-
II e II ington W. Va, arrive in Homestead -
I I on Sunday, coming all the 5 QTS. BLUE SUNOCO OILCrank 24.95
j i way in their Buick car, a distanceof
r1 2000 mile, with no trouble of ( ease drained and filled free or brIJIa'JOIII'
any description whatever not own container) Come in and get yours before the sthctlon is

even a puncture. The trip wa depleted.
made in nine day j
the Epworth League of the M. E.1
Church South wit held at the All for $2.60BILL'S I BURTON'S DEPT. STORE
t home of Mn. W. A. Mllch.lIon
Tuesday evening. { I _
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--"The Baptist Improvement So- .
ciety met at the home of Mr*. S. .
I A. King Wednesday afternoon. A SERVICE r dWIUI

business meeting wa held and the I 12i 1H'1
I society planned to do Red Cross c 2
work in the future. Little Marlon I STATIONN.
Dorsey recited for the plepiure of:
the guest The society further decided .1, 7
Krome A & 5th St. /! :
to have Mn. S. F. Matthew: vc. : r :
to read to them ai they sewed at I ,
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Published Friday at Bornetoad. r ( LAI"AYrJPf' '
r...,. by till South Dade F TO BE GENERAL I

Publishing Co. .
,,,warrrir ', "" MEETING NIGHT "

BKN ARCHER .. ._ Editor,

_.... Associate Editor : TRACT oNce OWNED .. '
Y6EN. tArAY'ffE The fish try to be held on tilt ,
evening of Friday Dec. 8, at Lesion ,
eUM' maD I I I
Catered H eeea4
hell by the Redland District Chrta .
mater March t, JIM al the post tlan Men's Union will be one el I

a/Oo at Homestead.Florida under I the '"three or more general meeUings t
IM act of March .. HTBIB. .. each year" prescribed In the .

I. ClIS proposed by-lawi of the union that '.i

I FJIICE. $1.00 A YEAH EXQUSITEGrSONJ.G'CTON a ; a A +t will\ be submitted for adoption oenmendment :,

; at the forthcoming ::
fish fry .
t A SIOH OF TEARS FERN j r4 7 Tickets for the' fish fry meeting r

., _.. C0i.a... aw P"af May low will be put on tale by a committee ,?
1 ].I ilUThiV. tend*.i?. *.* A. u. nab. 01X IT lOOKS DEAD ,: ", headed by John Wysong W. M, '.
I J MIM4, atom !. IN JOGY W ATHJs/ Flfleld 4 chairman of the program -'

i My life is but a blighted hope- BUT 17/ NS GREEN lea ; ': .- I committee In charge of pro. \,
A blossom by the wayside thrown; WITH THe COMING I viding and serving the supper ire 0
I i The dreams that danced before my Albert Cftvts. George Cooper W, .
{ eye O'IIAIN/ E: Hheney, Harold Sheffield, T. L
In brighter days have flown; Kirby: and Joe Burton
On field and flower, on Mil and I According to the proposed by. ;
streamA la A''' at'endince it any general I'i

I shadow rests, without gleam' meeting x.::11 .institute member .'
Of pleasant sunshine gliding 0'., ship In tt:"' union. Authority of rI

The i piths I trod with Joy before a rt, 'I the organization would be vM'ed.;
}in a board of director competed: <
of one delegate And one alternate
t the
Has Nature changed Or Is c
delegate selected by each of the
churches participating the actlvl-
Which deepen o'er her scenes, in '
meA ) : tits of the union, and two add:tlon.ai .

atidnera of the heart which i members selected by thenchurot l'l'i
TPAMOU.f PR6WC/f OENERAL representative tram the
spread OMC& OWNED A GfffAr rKAcr or i Community at Urge One delegate o '(.
Its Loading mist, 0'11'_\1 and sc.:
f \,
ir4OR/DA LAH TNOUGN HE NEYEBSAIYTYE j I from each church and both Jel.-
fseoffjerr SENT OVSA A cotOMrarFBCNCHMM Kutes at large may \'OtelIt board
Ah not In Nature other eye TO SfTTZf tATEff THSlAtfO meetings '
See beauty la UK tunny skies WAS SOLD FOe A fOFT//NI r Officers of the union would be .
And mountain Gags; and In her elected from and by the hour! tt ",

t notes Although LAFAYETTE owned an entire 1825. Subsequently, General LaFayette'g directors, and no officer shall bft .,
I Of bird and,brook. wild music township adjacent to Tallahassee, and planFlorida properties were placed on the mar elected to succeed himself 4

float ned an elaborate French colonization project ket and it is estimated that they brought There Ire to be no membershipdues \
To other en at once to mine and his heirs i In the organization Funds
for Florida, he was destined never to LaFayette approximately
O'er me the change ii passud-) shall be raised for and
visit the state. $103,000 suppers
see his properties or even I
1 o'er nw, CO NorThe RESURRECTION FERN U a truly, :routine expenses by sale of tickets t
fair glorious Mature not o'er the: In 1831, he actually Bent over 60 or '
Of withered hopes Is wove the man peaaants to settle his larda but the astonishing Florida plant When the weather to the supprri Nor are there to I
free will
be hout
offering WI'
spell project eventually failed. The township is dry it shrivels up and turns brown and ,'unan cry'mous consent of all members

,! That shrouds the scenes I loved had been given to LaFayette in 1824 by ra desolate, but with a quarter of an inch of f 'piucni of the board of directorsand

-, to well. act of congress as a measure of conr,":5 ;cncrain: t it opens Its apparently dead from by a three-fourths w- oft
ion for valued service in J-Ipto-t ti: '.t"in which awaken into amazing growth and \ jIOA c present at a general meeting I
O& give me back my bo>hcod'. American independence and a wrnt for. ,=u'r. From this curious fact it derives ) o' the union

dreams it was signed by President Mnww: .T". *'. its popular name. /
When life wu young, and hill and

streams '

And then fields, and flowers, han be a.'' Perpetual Youth U. S. Park Director Urges Immediate I

And birds shall sing old song Tto yet high day, the staff
again! resume, Development] of Everglades Preserve i

And fight fresh battles for
Oh give me back the friend I the truth; I
knew- for what is age but youth's New York, N. Y., Nov 18- disappearing, will receive protec :
The schoolmates of my happier full bloom establishment of the Everglades tion" t
yean, \ riper more transcendent National Park: In Florida to pre- Dr. Bryant urged the necessity I
When hour on golden pinion )'Outl1A serve one of the few remaining lor recurring appropriation to
flew weight of gold primeval areas In .the U. S. was acquire private holdings within

And tears were only April tears II never old; urged last week by Dr. Harold the area, of which 800000 acres I
Streams broader grow as C Bryant, assistant director are already owned by the stateof
; The brook by whOM sweet bank downward rolled national park service In an address Florida, which forms a nucleus

.. we strayed, V .fAt before the 33rd annual eon. on which to build Dr. Bryant
: With hook and line In careless Joy. sixty-two Ufe has begunAt ventlon of the National Association pointed out that commercial exploitation
t Shall babble over former lairs, seventytthre-begin oncemore of Audubon Societies at the undertaken by private
And I shall be once more a.boy, Museum of Natural History New owner might endanger the! valueof

fly swifter as thou nesr'st York City"Packed. the area for use as a natural
Vain thoughts be still; ne'er than the sun, within the proposed park I
be given I And brighter shine at 1000 square miles to be permanently Dr: Bryant placed >p->ctal emphnsls .
The dreams of youth earth's visIons eighty-four. preserved as a great on the rloh scientific compare APEX
fade At ninety-five wilderness area," said Dr. Bryant, te:lal present In the area for
I With Heeling jean, look up to bhouldst thou arrive ".are some of the most Interesting ty googloglit (it Is possible ma-I Witt Any n.ctrtc Refrigerator

HeavenNo Still wait and work scientific features on the conti- study here sedimentary
on Cod and Tcu'n Bay ta aptxl'
clouds those brilliant landscapes and thrive. nent When made a park, all of rock la the process of

I shade. Attributed to'Oliver Wendell these feature, many of them fait for botanists, who can find here Compare STYLING
: -Rev. Joseph R. Towne DD. tolmes.
I .. *-Y..'ll thrill at the 41*'
..4- elective modem beauty of
Make Your Job Interesting I Apex ]Ketch eratoes U.gsestieaably .
Dade Has 286 Young Men
the most
I Seed Beds lMaodlta1 of aJJ mrla--
Enrolled in CCC Camps
If you do not get any enjoyment Compirt DSASIliTT

out of your dally Job, or if you do Jacksonville Fla, Nov. IS Should Rcccne Careful Fertilization *Its hug ibelf ares elves
not get a "kick" out of viewing apiece Dade County has 881 boys and I you nor usable storage
of work you have done wen, young men in the Civilian Conservation space par cable (oof.
Corps, according to Vigorous, healthy plants in the seed-bed is the
then you art not interested In that FEATURES
figures made public her from the first to successful Compare
1 Job and wilt never make a success: office of Dayton C. Codrlngton step a crop. *It provides everything ran
| of It state welfare commissioner d *uaadodn>recess iM

'I As long M you look upon ;your The number hi camp was IS? Investigate NACO and NACO 5 STAR SPECIAL moat peedableloweoaopendwuCsmpan coeveaieece and doi

] dolly toll In this way, you will always during'September, white the October fertilizers for tomatoes and all i
enrollment' WM .ISO, with PRICE
; feel dissatisfied and unhappy -
-ee discharged. *Apex ""fltrate" see
Total enrollment' for the state LEARN WHY WE URGE YOU TO priced s.s>..1.1..1111.wj
Why not experiment! Try a the largest of record is 7,173 ThisIS I Compare quality SM pike
i month of actually showing, Interest In excess of the Florida basic COMPARE RESULTS WITH sod you will bay *. Apra
quota of 5000, due to failure of
.1 In the problems and; solutions of
tome other states to recruit their I I Naco Fertilizers $146.00 up
I the business you art In. You win sell quotas becaua of revived lrjstrtal : EASY TERMS

,I : ', be pleasantly surprised to note : KtlvttyTh I

I how much your outlook en life will titNiUee. rec.iv? $30 per I NITRATE AGENCIES COMPANY Pioneer Appliances
I and how much better sat month and send S2J per' month *f
chance CARL.
this to dependents at home Clf: h.t i (Not Incorporated)
titled will be If win only
you you
teen t CCC camp with quotas of 200 Nwth naffer Are. !hone 13 Homestead SID r.. KINDRICK..MGE.:
mhe- your Job inttrwtmfv I act! ire maintained within our I I as
tai N. Kroim FboM
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..J >ay, November 19.1987 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Five

Pontiae Gives 25 Cars Training School to BeHeld

( For School Instruction at Baptist Church
Ponttao, Mich., Mov IS-nnrt Dr. w. W. Wffllan, B.YP.U.

of 25 dual control cars for safe and Sunday school secretary for 0 PI 1

driving Instruction In high schools Baptist Churches In Florida, and E
s Five cheer leaden for the Pep with Thanksgiving decorations wen recently; completed! here by Mrs Wfflhm' ere coming here
C'lub-wblch this year Include the The Florida notebooks which the the Pontiac Motor division and I from Jacksonville to' conduct a
whole ichool-were elected this pupils made win be on display .t
turned to the American Auto- training school
week. They are Phyllis Parman, the library this week, none th'sIs over every night from
mobile Association which Nov 29 through Dec. 3 for the
Mostly Sever Mary France Arthur book week.RooaeveR supervises
Mary Elisabeth Kyle and this educational activity lathe teachers, officers and workers of .
the First; Baptist Church of Home-
Barbara Done. City In Miss Ray's interest of safer highways stead.
room has had an election Th
The cars are an new 1938 model. Mrs Wlllian will Instruct the
This week the high school art new mayor is Barbara Jean Smith. I General
teachers of the cradle
six-cylinder four-door touring roll, beginners -
James Brown
classes The councilmen are ,
are studying the famous
sedans, each equipped with dual and.. primary departmentsat
paintings of Child Hauan and of Joe Nesbitt, and Barbara Jean! I
controls so that the car may: also the Sunday school building, and
J. H. Millet The Folette Book WakeHeld This class win give abook Public Utilities
be under control of the Instructor Dr. WUllan will hold classes in the I
week In euuembV I
Company has given to the clan and ; program
who rides with each student during church building tee the teachers of
, Friday The clap welcomes -
etching of a cottage In Normandy,
practical road: Instruction In safe :the junior intermediate and adult l Be.assad those MS-M
This will be framed and put up; two new pupils from Hahlra departments. I
i In the art room. In a few days the, Ga., Annis Ruth and Louie Eunice. driving.In .
' class win begin designing Cnrfat-' Ruth Rutland Is out this week because providing 15 ears for this .c.
visa cards In sheet metal of a tonsil oeratlon. ThereIs Uvity la IMS. Pontiac Is doubling
a very attractive border of turkeys the quota of cars made: avaIlablefor
and Pilgrim maids up la tlte his work last )'tlr, the first Surveys MapsA.
),1"Bleier'. Junior class Is
room. time! any automobile company
gang te charge who
every pupil
furnished automobiles In quantity
is tardy five cents.
+ .
: In Mrs. Edwards' room, Thomas for this contribution to safer high
Do lot's name was icy off tie high ways. REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER
M"GaUaher has received lOt honor roll last week. The clan Is
Cars already turned over Ux
r new books for the school library. glad that Oscar Cruse is able to ben I'the AAA. have been assigned for Registered Land SurveyorBox t

r : school again after being out twoweeks I student Instruction st the following MS HOMESTEAD, FLA.
The ninth grade Is studying the because of I tonsil ope..- high schools; Bridfo'-d High
"Lady of the Lake" and making ttcn. The pupils welcome Martha hr*< booklets. !June Greer from Fort Laudcrdaleto Phoenix, ArU; E/sntton High,
their clan.Elementary. Evanston, 111; Lancaster county
Mrs A. J. Campbell and Mrs i 'high< schools, Li 1-1 rter, Pa;
J. S. Horton gave a party for Mrs.1" Cayenne Senior High bayone; N. Annie Mayhcw FitzpatrickGraduate
Johnson's eighth grade class on 4.11 ClubBy 1.; John Marshall Rigs! Minneapolis -
Wednesday of last week. Fay Sklner Minn.; Falrfled; High, Fairfield -
i Oberlin and Royal
Ala.; Berkeley High Ihrkoey Conservatory :

Miss Williams' seventh grade I The meeting was called to order ; Cal. Blueftetd High, BlueIrld Conservatory of Leipzig
class is planning a wiener roast br t: the president The secretary W. Vs. Cleveland HUh :;
for one night this week. This I reed the minutes which were stoodas :chtcts, Cleveland, C.; Washington I '
class welcomes a new puptt Lens I proved. The meeting was turned High Schools, Washington\ D. I PIANOFORTE AND THEORY i
Tabene, from New York. over to Miss Carlson. She gave C.; State College Kl.in: State Col-
,out the toed preparation slips and lose, Pa.; and two are to be reIsuteel I Redland Road Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1122
at '
The elementary art classes are showed us how to sign our books at naUooal beMtqewrtersi ,
making potters at PiI&r1II1r Washington, D. C
She showed us> whet we were to t
their Ttutnksghrtnf decorations.Mrs. zook. i

l We had two new girls to come
r W. J. Packer wile of the In. Their rues were Mildred I
,, Nazarene minister gave a talk ont Crew and Edith Booth Miss
India to the elementary grades Carlson explained all the rest of I
+ Wednesday Mrs Parker what has the book I .I

r spent eleven years la India was tot next week we are going to .
f dressed In costume of that count have a sewing meeting. +
try--. One girt Domed which was Lit. .
to Little. Every ene was present -" l'
In Mrs, Wynn's. h
{j. Frederick Chambers'lx'm.romitted was "Just You !
Ill-League Union Meets
from the high honor roll \' j
last week. The sixth grades are With Homestead LeagueThe E
I Alone
studying interesting places In
I k
I It.
Florida The fifth grades are Homestead Hi-League en-
t. studying the unit of planets and I tertained the district Hi-League
,: I stir Mrs. Wynn's sixth grade Union on Oct. 11, and after the
has a Wiry pretty reading poster I I program served hot chocolate and in home of
t with cards with the names of 'sandwiches.Miss I a !
books On the outside is a colored I Mildred Field directed the I I
square for every book they have I program which consisted of: our own1yzK&a
read. i Scripture reading by Mary Jo I I ;
Hose; prayer by the Rev. K. Gk I SJ&
;' I Mildred Greer bas returned from I >wan, I duet by Miss Martha
I Fort Lauderdale and baa reentered Close and Sparfcmaa Holding ac I ;
, Mrs FifleWs fifth grade class. I companied by Miss Frances Dab- il i
ney; and a talk, by Miss Jamie ;
I Mrs. Dye's fourth grade is starting :Ucharda.
on its Pilgrim notebooks. The Homestead won the efficiency :
class has two attractive bulletins banner. t

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FHA You may discover that you can afford to :

.=. bulid at once on the FHA Plan of convenient

monthly payments 1

C- to and see this senadmalrerrlgwatot CALL ON US TODAY FOR AN ESTIMATE
that maintains Lower ..Z

temper Higher InllnidltT, at
n. Increase in Current Co.t.IN I

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.W .h Paw Six THE LSAPE&EKTERPRiaE Friday, November in!), 1937

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a. r t i: Death and Resurrection'Symbolized We don't know what school this

I The Redland RattlerBy could have taken place In It

__ I v In Immersion, Says Baptist Preacher may be the truth and then again

SHIRLEY HARKNESS it may not be H seems that f '.,

r _____ '' U"h"U"Uh '" _.. teacher arrived a few minutes lat) t
BY TilE BET. O. N. WALKER tints in trftaid to the true church'I w end found the class in an
Pastor the First Baptist Churchof which I would i.ko to quote In full'I HONOR ROLL elections by Frank: Blllrlo, a Indignant, he shouted, uproar."Cla* .
I' HomesteadThe I ninth arade pupil from the Homestead order! The clans ,
"We hold the Immemorial position Seventh frnde high: Margery replied In QI
I High School. A talk will be voice "Beer*" .
of Baptists that all true believers Fnedu
Murray: Engel, Fay Camp
rrrent .rttcta In this Mr.
paper In Christ are saved, having bell, Charles Sweating, Jack Marshall I given by Behwlnkel, principalof ,'*
II about one of our rtUgloui denominations
I : Homestead High School
leads m* to eel that a I I been born again; and this withoutthe ; low: Barbara Williams, Vera LEGAL NOTICES '!'
I Intervention of preacher, Sage Betty Pye Wanda Cheshire,
concerning Baptist principles
t This should appeal to
might be Interesting to I'priest ordinance, sacrament, orenurch. Elvira Burry, Lena Bell Bonds, every IN THE COttXTT JUDGR- COtta WWA8JsVj '
your freshman. The credit to the
'" Therefore, we profoundly Willis Vick, Walter Kufeldt, Wilson goes AND "OR DADI COUNT). fLOKIDA
many Baptist leaders ts well aa to Gold and Black: IN FRORATL
rejoice In our spiritual union with Poppcll.
other religiously Inclined people. &STATII ****
Life L
Psalm of Freshman ED.
all who love the Lord Jesus Insincerity -....
I It U a mttter of record that ID and truth. We hold themas Eighth J\.de-hllh: Nellie Club Tell me not In carefree numbers NOTICE TO CRKDITOMT

IU A. D. under the Roman emperor brothers In the saving grace of Jeanette Cox, Marie Bashor, Jewel Freshman life Is but a dreamt AU C..u_ W4 All Pmo* H..<..
I ,. Coustantiane, an edict ol Christ and heirs with us of life and Hodge, Therese Daniel I Merle Lett, For the rat will flunk that slumbers CUhM se _... AntMt ..t. .....,
Y.a, and .Hli of
: Eva Rosborough, Dora Scott, Barbara rov. 8N kmkr M.
( toleration for Christians was ; .. _
pows Immortality. We love their fellowship I tifMI gad Muli d to ny "
I s I. (*d which made Cis iatinnity) the and maintain that the spiritual Hill low Marjorie rogte. Junior Exams are harder than they seem *....*_*haw.***.!,..4M vkldl 1Meo mk. w ...,..Del.rZ"TOTH. ,
I Rogers; : Wilbur Peeples, H. L
state religion, and the persecution union of all believers is now &4_'" -... tab of ..N.... 0...
the A. Amen, Charles Condon Buddy .... N.. to the n... !
tat Christians ceased and will be blessed These two definitions are too W. r. slates. ,
ever a reality.
,.. .
y Undgren, Lois Vrana, Mary Lois 0..0. w DUe CMBIV, M hlo .1.
i t There haw always been, how- This spiritual union does not depend good to Ignore. They are taken flee I. 1M o.u.tp CoutbMM to DM.
I' r''*,ever since the day of Christ those on organizations, or forms Durrett, Carol Lee Helen Turner, ,from an exchange., Maybe )'OUwon't v...... 51.10, wlthl. ,tsht w .4..
f. MMk Inm UM feu .
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I I iwho believed In the complete separation or rituals. It Is deeper, higher Mary Jane Turner. like them: d.. km*. said. ...... ev fb.t*..p.64... ..

of.church and.state. .Bapi broader and more stable than any Ninth grade high: Wanda Etc.-a sign to make others think tr kt MM. rw*will to ._.. ...'..wMi.... U4 M -w..
iisis nave Men we leasers m noioing or all organizations. We hold that Sickle, Mary Engel!, Lillian Andrews you know more than you do know. DMW Oclokw ,a. A. 0. I"'.
I } to this belief. all people who (truly believe la Colleen McVIcker, Marjorie College-Just as a washing ma D. K WILLIAMS
'Slnce the day of Constantine Christ u their personal Saviour Lewis, George Kufeldt, Lewis chine. You get out of it what you At AnellUiT M4 Testament EMutar ofBKBTHA f* UM UH WW

I i I j i when Roman Catholicism took Its are our brothers In the common Vrana, Rex Romine, Henry Dixon, put into It, but you'd never recognize L EDWARD:0.........

\ I present form many other historic salvation, whether they be in the Harold Delaney; low: Dorothy It. (o* tai.H... I. II, 1'1. J
j faiths have branched off from this Catholic communion, or in a Behreni, Francis Soper June
) state religion. The first was Greek Protestant communion, or In any Vrana Graham McElroy Harold ..,

t Catholicism which centers In thei other communion, or In no com Hampton, Bobby Fisher, John
Grecian orthodox faith In Russia munlon." Brown, Jr.Tenth .

7 1 Afterwards there was the Lutheran grade-high: Valerie 4i
I How could broader view of
1 Church in Germany the church a Campbell Betty Lou Harris, Jane '
the true church of
j l of England and the Presbyterian the redeemed, Robinson, Howard. Crouse; low
be formulated 1
than this is? :
I Church in Scotland. Later Meth- Marie Borgardt, Carolyn Camp- COATING

I odism was established by Charles If someone should ask me whyI bell, Corrine Cash, Phyllis Jensen,
I' Wesley of the Episcopal faith. am a Baptist I would! say with Marie Nelll, Ellda Sage Wilma
Over against these great organizations Robert Burdette: Thompson, Lydia Vlhlen, Mollle

., r I there have always been congregational "I love the beautiful symbolismof Walker Bill Gautier, L. C. Davis,
1 groups that believed the Baptist Churches, I love Ernest Todd, Charles Burr, Robert
'. In the tepartlon of church and a baptism that does not have to Rivers.

state. Among these hive been the be..raued. defended, or explained Eleventh grade-high: Emily

: Congregationalists, Quakers, Unitarians but Is in Itself such a living picture Engel, Margaret Griffin, Alma More Service
i : and Baptist There Is no I II of burial and resurrection: Jane Llndgren, Willis Baxtey; low:

I i > human founder of the Baptist de- that even the blind eye must close Edward Burr, John Hickson, Carter -
I I i nomination. There have always Itself if it would not see. AndI Sayers, Jean Garrett Wilma from Old Fell Roofs

I been those who have held to our love the creed that Is written Landrum, Waneta Thompson, Cleo
I I simple New Testament rule oft nowhere but Catherine Belt
In the New Testament Chubb
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faith and practice.We which allows growth, and Twelfth grade-high: Margaret \ A /HfN your
: I I have therefore two forms the change which must come with Albright, Mary Ann Brown, Betty V V renew I. Ifs with Coroy Asbestos fibre Coating

: 1 i, of church government One la the Increase of light and stature without Blake Doris Price, Vera Parker This Sealed material Is far moc HUM a paint The light
hierarchical or esplcopalian; the periodical revision. Then I Mary Eleanor Williams Alice Pen .
of the roof thoroughly wo**
t other I 11 democratic. The word love the simplicity of the Baptist ny, Gordon Cross, E. J. Graham, oils penetrate the body
-ctplscopal comes from the organization. If there wasn't a Albert Halnlin, Clement Russell proofing the felt The heavy oils AM any cracks. forming

I, Greek word, eplscopus which Baptist church In the world there Jack Turner;; low I : Mildred Cox, retiring surface which ra-kiforccd with genuine
means overseer, curator or superintendent. would, nevertheless be millions of Beth Cautterf Elizabeth Hainan, It wear
The word ls trans Baptists In every generation. I Arcelia Jarman, Frances Lewis asbestos fibres. One gallon covers about 50 square tot

lated bishop. The word democracy even resent the Innovation of advisory Ethel Roberts, Alice Sage, Larry Corey Fibre Coating .Is also DIM for old, rusted, "Pin.
Is also from the Greek and boards In Baptist churches. Holt. Warren Wood.
: I I means government of the people; And I love the Baptist recognition Mod metal roofs. Gt ow low price on ebbs roof renewer.

( 1 therefore, we have In our churches, of the right of private judgment, The ninth grade girls will have
the rule I of the bishops' In some, the liberty of personal opinion. I charge of the assembly program BROOKER LUMBER COMPANY
and in others the rule of the peo love the tree responsibility of the Friday morning, Nov. 19. The
: ple. Baptists believe that In the human soul, standing on a level devotional exercises will be conducted
\ New Testament the churches were platform face to face with God, by Marjorie Lewis, and

I separate and democratic, therefore, with no shadow of pope or bishop, several numbers will be played by
I we follow that form. We or priest, or man-made creed the beginners' band directed by 4n I

therefore speak correctly of falling between himself and Ms Hiss Rebecca Fisher, The program -)
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his \ -0---- tram a alight paralytic stroke. I had spent the summer In New;I rived Tuesday evening from
It York. ,Ia. They have taken an
ilia 11 Mrs. R. MatUon of Cape Safe** I with Mr. and Mrs. P. M. G.nr'I
In and Around spent a few days this week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Albert Phillip ar the Sitting cottage on
,- 1\1\ I her daughter Mis. Johnny
71 Becker.J.

a i:f r Homestead H. DHon-u remodeling' the Hear Ye!

-I; nue.Dixon apartments on Caves ave- i

Hear Ye!!
Mrs H. P. McDaniel
was returned The
'V'Y1 roll for the Florid
,l' to her home Sunday from the City school till month reads
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rA4rr\; I'I Post Graduate hospital where abe
follow: first grade, Joan DoxseeOemUa .
':I). ',(' underwent an appendicitis opera- Tomasal; second gradet
lion. John Delta Harold Griffin Sam TA
... : Torrtce; third grade, Albert New-
.. The condition of H. S. King of
ton; fourth grade, Tommy Shel-
:.. Naranja U reported to be very
don; fifth grade, Leola Shelley; :
much Improved by attendant at sixth grade, Sam Blondo, Steve 1
L' the Port Graduate hospital when Jlondo, Lamar Griffin, Glenn
4M he hal been receiving treatment Schroeder, Angela Ballaro and
?ti : since his skull was fractured In a I Mildred Severy.
.s.Le fall at the Naranja rock pit.
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Less Joe William McMichael of Doth.an Mrs. J:. J. Rhode and Mr*. M. BEAN SEEDJust
K Ala., arrived Tuesday to visit D. Ingram returned Tuesday from
a one-_ visit In Miami. received of
relative bere.Camel'9l' shipment new crop Wyoming
..II."'" Brooker of Princeton I Ia Mr. and Mr*. P. Bowman and grown BEAN SEED-Extra Rood quality-As-
'f'I. : In the Post Graduate for daughter arrived Saturday from
'L hospital Stringiest Wack Valentine Giant String'
medical treatment. Pennsylvania.E. grow ,
: less Greenpod,Bountiful, Tendergreen, McCaslan
M. Foster suffered I relapse
FLORIDA CITY last Thursday and was returned to Pole Bean, Little Marvel Peas, and others.
Mr. .,. W. BeTcry, Comspondeot the Post Graduate hospital.Mrs. .

; Mr. and Mrs. David B Snow reurned H. Hoffman and son of New t Grantham Seed Store
; Saturday from Branford, York are occupying the
to spend) the season at their burg house on North PHONE SI
home In Florida City. RotheO-1
J T. Underwood and C. South Flatter Avenue Homestead Fla.
4 Mrs. W. Verona i recovering derwood arrived Tuesday.
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Pare Eight THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE! Friday, November 19,1937.:. ,

I I Social Events in South Dade !it I


Humphrey of San Antonio, Tex., \

The fiftieth wedding anniversary; Gravel Mn. Agar Stewart Loveland are announcing the marriage of Several bridge parties have been Ceo. M. nick Mrs. Reynolds Mtt,,
it Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sitting I Mn Helen Moore Jones, their daughter, Natalie Floyd, to given for Mrs. L. E Pedrick of '[Monroe, Mrs. Webb Mn Robi-
was celebrated en Monday. NvemlMT Mn. J. D. Bsaley and Miss' Penelope Claude Robbie Brown ot West Palm I Waycroc. pa., who win leave tomorrow con Mr*. Kinard and Mn Nichols.
IV at a goMaa weddbM I Moore.Guests Beach at Miami on Saturday Nov. after a visit here with her t f L .

,jeceptian I I. their hon fca Fi oriole from Hmnentttxl, FlorIda 11The mother Mrs. R. L. Atkinson and '.CLUB. TO INSPECT NEW
cur. City. and lither parts of the I bride were a brows sport her brothers-in-law and sisters, |AND REMODELED HOMES ,

tally Gordon FrtuHss UM: Radian DlsMct Included; Mr. I suit with brown accessories and acorsage Mr. and Mr*. Preston B. Bird and ;I Members ./ the Homeatead:
Edward SUItag were married ta'Sac and Mrs. R. K. Edwards, Mr and ot tatlsnuui raws. Mr. and Mn. Curtis Monroe. Home Demonstration Club at their

*, Me. ee Vovemner IS, 1M7. Mr*. Dos E. Fwreyra, Mr. and Mrs. She was born In Jacksonville, Mrs. Paul Reynolds entertainedat :meeting yesterday afternoon decided
tweak Buv Mr. and Mr Willard was graduated from Miami Edison. luncheon and la her honor
and left lit onto fee DetreM nick i bridge to make a trip of Inspection
the home of the bridegroom. In Severy,.Mr. and Mn. Fred Suber High School, and fcr some time Wednesday. Mr*. Ceo. N.Wake- ,of various new and remodeled
:J000 they moved to Cocoa Ha.. Mr. and Mn. H. H. :Ewing, Mr. and was employed a* stenographer In' field won the high score prize; homes In Homestead on. Dee. ..
and ten yean later canalo north Mrs T. C. Evans, Mr. and Mrs. the First National Bank of Home-I' Mrs Geo. IX Ruehle the low score I They will start from their cluk

City, then known at Detroit Thomnr Brewer, Mr. and Mrs H. stead. prize; and Mr*. Claude Campbell I room at 1:30 o'clock. ftMn.
r. Collier Mr. and Mr*. W. a\ Mr. Brown who Is In. the the cut prize. Mrs. Pedrick
| The distinguished white-haired -I was Harry D Wolfe, home b*.
couple, clad is* white received Bird De. end Mn. S. S. ShleU gration service was formerly given a guest prize. prwvement! chairman, and M y..
their guests In the, living room, Dr. and Mn. J. B. Tower Ml tioned In Homestead but since ata-I Present were: Mrs. Richard Carl Drawdy. home manajenaeat
which, like the other room ct t and Mrs. A. K. Caves, Mr. and M... Palm tober Beach.has been stationed In Kiuaxd: Mrs. J. D. Perkins Mn. chairman gave talk Kill Kuala*:

the BOOM glowed with flowers ol: IL W. Johnston Dr. and Mr Robert Glens Mrs. Goi'dolIve", Grady home demonstration agedt
golden hue chfTssnthemums Frank Rsusmaa Mr. and Mrs. H.Schalt After a short tour through the Mr*. Hubert Nichols Mn. Russell from the Miami office gave an,out-'
gladioli and marigolds Mr. and &: Mr. and Mrs. J:. H. state Mr. and Mrs. Brown will Home Mrs. Bird Mrs. Monroe Hoe of what the state has plannedfor
Mn. Lee H. Lehman and their Gallaher Mr. and Mn. J. It be at home at 2000 Parker avenue, 'I Mrs. Wakefield, Mrs. Campbell, Home Demonstration Club

son, Clsyton.ontoLedaugh- Graves, Mr. and Mr*. J. H. Webster West Palm Beach. ran. ttuenie_ Mrs. reancn: : ana ran. for the coming year. 1

ter and grandson of Mr and Mn Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Parman, I Reynolds Another work meeting win 11k4/!

Stlllnf-welcomed the guest al Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Forsyth, Mr. The Calendar I Wednesdsw evening Mot A. O. liodl Dec. 2 at 1:30: p. m., it war I
the door. and Mrs. Win. Geronimo. Mr. and
dt elded, to continue work R
Cain and Mn. J. A Webb entertained -
In the dining room Mr*. L. L. Mrs. Carl Delos,JIIr. and Mn. C. tor Mra Pedrick at the plaques, ties, trays and pot hoders. f.'
Bow and Mn. Thomas Brewer. H. Baker, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Wax Nov. II Homestead F.-T. A. ,
home of Mrs Webb. Mrs John LScarborough jt
friend of pioneer days, served tea D. Bishop Mr. and Mn. Henry meeting.Nov. Those present well: Mn. Geo. It
the high
and coffee .t opposite ends of the Brooker, Jr., Mr. and roa... O. & 23 All-day quilting bee won Lonnie score the Wakefield, Mrs. R. L. Hobson, Mrfc '
and Mm Hood
,I lace-covered tabte. The gold and I Parker, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hooks 'of Redland Ladles' Aid at home of low prize SCOT prize. Mrs. Pedrick was R. E. Wlllengwyler, Mrs. An'

white tea met wed had belonged Mn. Lena Knowles, Mr* Tom ,Mrs. Frank Stillman. awarded the floating prize and a Smith. Mn O. C. Radford, Mrl{..
Cohemour Mrs. O. C. Hole, Mn Nov. X3 Guest day meeting of "
to Mrs SUling't mother, and the Wolfe, Mrs. Drawdy and Mot
allver aervlce had been one of Mrs.I Herbert Hunter Mr* J. K ScotlMn. 'Woman's Club of Homestead guest primPumpkin Grady.
Stlllng own wedding present Wm. Bradley, Mrs. C. P. clubhouse at 3 p. m. ail' pie and coffee were .

In the center was a wedding Jackson, Mrs. Geo. N. Wakefield, Nov 23 Meeting of served. MJL AND MRS. WAKETULDFNTEKTAIN ,
take whose sections formed a Mr*. Ruth Scott, Mn. Julia Polk, Matron' Circle at home of Mrs. Those present were: Mrs. Stanley BRIDGE CLUE
Greek cross. It WM deep sled with Mrs... DuOTUtiag.....Catherine Stanley WUtkop. WUUepv Mrs. BusssU Home Mrs.
a wee bride and bridegroom and Potter Mrs. R. J. Shepherd, Mr Nov. 27 Areme Club supper Scarborough, Mr*. Geo. M. Soar Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. N. Wskef/
lour bridesmaids clad In gold. In Lawrence Becker: Mrs. Fred Henn, and bazaar. nlchsen, Mrs. Hubert Nichols, Mrs I were hosts to the Teachen' BMg
each vacant comer stood a white Mn. Efflyn: Carroll Mn. Sam To- Dec. :3-Work meeting of Homestead Bird, Mrs Monroe Mrs. Ted Scarborough Club members Wednesday *vetag. ."
candle In a gold candlestick. Mint maul Mrs. J. H. Simmon, Home Demonstration Club Mrs. Hood, Mr*. Pedrlel Mn. J. H. Webster woe tot
sad nut basket were of gold Mrs. A. W. Bute Mrs. Ceo. M. M 1:30: p. nv and the hs te.se.. high score prize for the women
L. L. Mrs Dec. 3 Toot of Homestead and Frank Webb won the high
Those who assisted fa* the serving SeMichsesi Mn. Bow. On Friday Mrs. Bird entertainedfor
were Mrs Helen Heckler: Mrs. Beta Hackles, 14... J. H. Dcn_. Horn Demonstration Club frets Mrs Ptdrlck.! The high score ewe pria for the snem f
Miss Mary Bradley. Miss EllI school at 1:30: p. nv 7 I Those present were: Mr. antMn. .
Crl Deden Mrs. Lens Knowlei, f prize was en by Mrs. A. O. Cat*;
Bevo Webb Mr. and Mri,
Henrlett Plchatd, Mini Dec. 0 Meeting of Garden
Huff, Miss -
Mn. Frank Rue Mn. Clarence
the cut by Mn. Floyd Fogto
I prize ; '.
W. R. Bird Mr. and Mn. Front
Parman Mrs. Julian H. Web.ter.1iIrt. lose Caves, Miss Carrie BelliCaves Club in clubhouse: of Homestead i ,
and the low ICOn prize by Mn
Jackson Got* Woman's Club. I Webb, Mr. and Un. Geo. M. Frtc%
Miss ,
J. A. Hooks and Mrs. J. IL Mart Home.
J. L. ... Dec. 10 P.-T. A. 1 Mr. and Mn. Webster,and Mr..n. ,'
Doisee. Mrs. Willard Severy M. Flick" W; E. Rheney, Redland
I The OtheR present were: Mrs Mrs. Wakefield.
herd charge of the guest book. ton Paul M. Keely, H. L. Cook meeting. '
Guests from Miami included: Dr. Welter L. Verroe, T. A. Fesst- Dec. 10 Presentation of Tin'

Mr. and Mn. Howard Morrow Mr. er Fred Brockett filue Bag," by Areme Club In '

atxl Mrs Robert Morrow, Mr. and Misses Rose and Carrie Belle school pudltouumDec. Candy ;".
Mrs. Robert Flinn Mr. and Mrs. I Caves made the wedding cake and IB Legion

I A. G. Veach. Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Mn Fernyra planned the party. ChrI8tlftll'l
Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. 1..1 t I dooowttoni..

L ...--- GIVE BARBECUED r Favors I
WILL MEET TONIGHT I'Mrs. E. J. Dyal, Mr Harold Oxford and Mn< O. H. Ritch and
Or. Nancy Haln of Miami will Mrs. J. D. Perkins, Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. William McMlchael\ for
speak on "Parental Influence" at I B. Caves, Jr., Mrs. Russell Home, entertained at a barbecued supper' 'qt .'a It

the Homestead P.-T. A. meeting at II i[II Mn. Herbert Turner Mn Burley at the McMichael home Saturday ,
I o'clock this evening, and at the Dendy. Mn. David Barnes, Mrs. night In honor of W. Shapiro of w Turkey ,

dose of the talk will Invite discussion P. L. Smith. Mn Augustus Wynn New York City and Walter Fred t
by the audience min I Mn. T. J. Wayker. Miss Pearl of Westwood, N. J. I

tula Ray's third grade pupils will Whltaker Misses Alice and Grace Those present wen: Mr. and Day
present a book week playlet, and Hobson Mil Ellen: Huff R. E Mrs Charles Barnes, Mr.'and Mr*
there will be songs by the glee Sherrard Ansel Barrow, L. C. D. K. Ritch. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
club and a boys' chorus. McCinnis, Robert Glenn Jr.. and Sietrunk: of Miami Miss Allie

At T o'clock: this evening the Harold Vrsna. Bitch, Kill Louis Barnes, Willard,
i executive: coca nittee will meet In Barnes, William and Jack Me. ,
the clinic 1'00I'I10 finish planning Michael. Mr. Shapiro Mr. Fred
the year's budget Mr. and Mrs. McMkhael and Mr.
F. L. and T. Club
The gave s
and Mrs. Bitch.
benefit bingo party at the homeof Candy favors to grace the Tkank WHITMAN'SNUNNALLVS
JCMOR CLVB GIVES giving dinner tablo. Choice mints for .
DVVER Mrs C. A. Fox Tuesday night
AND DANCE sfter-dlnner sweet-teeth. Delicious
The Junior Woman's Club had The high scon prize was won by chocolates and bon-bons for wife,

t a turkey dinner and dance at the I Mrs. Florence Pacettl; the second sister or sweetheart They are allhere NORRIS
;1 Log Tavern Tuesday evening when prize. by Oscar doninger; and the for Thanksgiving shoppers.
Mrs. Richard Kfcjard. Mrs. Robert third prize by Mrs. R W. Ashby. Special Thanksgiving boxes assorted
cookies and chocolates and bon-bons at SOc and op. GALES'
Glenn Jr., and Mr\ W. M.\ John (
were III'I''t4r
f Mrs. J. S. Horton Mrs. Paul Those present were: Mr. and \
and Bowen Mn. E. B. Blackburn Mr1 and Dtliciou Lfgg.Hfc Effective Eloctrm
Reynolds MU Betty .:y
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Mrs Ralph Moon Mrs. Harry O. W1, .,
won prizes l. a card contestOthers I Fruit ami Nut Vibrator
Wolfe Mn. Blanche Chapman and
present were: Mr. and t '
Mn. Flora the) genuine Chocolates'
Mr Gay
niece Joseph
{ Mrs. Stanley Wlttkop. Mr. and Mr
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Bruce Ennls, Mr. and MI'I. Compton EUGENE Permanent fresh $ OO I
Hunter! Miss Oscar ... r
Ashby, Dorothy Ashby. e,9 wa tlee.w ..
Harden Mr. and Mr R. ....
Clonlnger Fred Chapman and the ie.' ;;;;J '\ ... \
ser Mr. and Mrs L. T. Proctor., totliag avaves..ebeaA -
hostes set bMia| evil-dwfs dw
I II II .. Smooth Adrienne Quality Symphony t

I eola.--. Face Powder Playing' CardsTHE
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I we.isg, with geasiae' EugilaeSsdbees ..' .' a
let M .dmrw* ...un... u S 50 .aiwr.:: 59
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I One* Hoon: .. so. te I p. so.fiwiday swat MdulMbm led Suns sqft" .

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I f r-: Free Pitching Space Building Barber Shop DIXIE DRUG

|l.t K.' W. WTH IT. MIAMI I Office Hours 8:30-4:30 & Beauty Parlor

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LEGION AUXILIARY PLANS score prtae at her table and Miss Wolfe, M.... IX ShettUne, Mr N. t,
CHRISTMAS PARTY DEC II Either Livingston won a door G. Ball, Mn James McCtvedy, i :
Plans far the annual Christina prise. Mn W. D Bishop, Mn Annie (
I Social Events tree' and dinner for members of Those attending from HoDMetead Butter "'n. Wm. Dunlop, M.... a
] Homestead post and auxiliary of were Mn Frank Schneider Mn S. Raullng, Mn Dubbin, Mrs
the American Legion were madeat Frank Belt Mrs R. C. Ward' Mr Gay and Mrs Rule,
II meeting of the Auxiliary Wed Turner Mrs. lamb and Mill Liv t.
nesday noon at the hems: of Mn ingston.MR. .
LECTURE AND FASHION WALK ARE GIVEN Wm. J. Geronlmo in Florida City ,
The Christmas party will be held AND MRS. BREWER: GROVETHEATRE

. -- hall. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brewer
A ninvltetton from the Ham wen pleasantly aurpi sed at the COCONUTDROVE
A fashion walk and I talk by inson. Seeds Auxiliary in Miami to at- community upper at the Redland Maths Saturday ansT Sudsy
Mr*. Alyce Tyree on the ten-cent Mn. Margaret Daniel' room-
officers when
l tend its Installation of tonight church on Armistice Day 2seto4Pe.
school ea.f.ler1llunch were the Mrs.<< H. L. Gosiman and Mn. Boa
wa read. The next meeting they were presented with a cake by Shows 7 end f .. B.; A.... file
feature of a well attended Red- ale Bishop. of the local unit will be Wednesday Mn H. Newcomb In celebration
" land P.-T. A. meeting Friday night. Miss Lillian Johnson's room- night, Dec. t, at the Legion of the forty-tint anniversary of
I J Mn. D. J:. Baahor, the president, Mn. J. L. King and Mn. R. B. hall. their marriage and of the anniversary SUB. Mow, Twe, Ner. I1, II, 11

displayed I question box and announced Hampton. Member present at the meeting of Mn! Brewer birth.
I} that questions turned In Miss Myrtle Kertoof room Mrs. Har- The
I Wednesday noon were: Present at the supper were:
Would be answered at the next Mrs Mae Campbell and Mrs. An- old Sheffield, Mrs. H. H. Ewing, Rev. and Mrs. X M. Vivian, the

, meeting. tInny DiNatale. Mn. W. E. Rheney, Mn. Ceo. W. Rev. and Mrs Geo. E.: Deuel, Mr
,, Mn. Curtis Lee, grade mother Mrs. Anna Carter's room-Mnt Turner, Jr, Mn. M. A. Berger, and Mn. H. J. Armstrong' Mr. and s'a
chairman for the elementary and S. Jensen and Mn. F. W. St.11- Mn. Fnnk Schneider, Mn. Wm Mrs. Frank SUUman, Mn. Oeo'

j Junior high school, introduced the MUM M. Bradley, Mrs. Frank B. Rue, W. Turner, Jr, Mrs. Anna Measer-
following grade mother: Mn. Green Rive's room- Mr* Mrs. Geronimo, Charlotte Geronl smith, Mrs. M. M. Woodbury, Mn.
Mn Eva Fletcher" room Mr. Casper Williams and Mn. Wesley mo, and Margaret Berger. S. E. Drew, Mr*. Geo E. Reed, Also"MARCH
J. L. Scott and Mrs. Ellen Keen. Campbell. Margaret and Betty Stlfiman, the Of TIME"
Mn. Flora Vlhlen'i room-Mrs. Mn Zella Folk's room- Mr*. ENSEMBLE CLASS Rev. C. O Nelson Will Heuer and
W. W. Woodion and Mr Wilson Curtis Lee and Mrs. Robert Simp GIVES PROGRAMA L. O Ruggles ,"'.d.. Th...... Nor. tl, 15

Cash. son. group from Mrs. R. H. Fit* The Ladles' And of the Church MR. AND MRS. MARTIN
Mrs. Ruth :Russell's room-Mn. Mn Folk's room Won the attendance Patrick's e.isemble class gave the met In the afternoon at the parsonage JOHN SON'S
Alvah Lee and Mr Arthur Davis prize following program' recently'Scherzo" and decided to have an all-day "BORNEO"Special
b Mn. Mary Furry'i room-Mn. Min Mary Eleanor William conducted ____ Lowe quilting bee at the home of MMStlllman .
K. K. Clarke and Mn. Anna M. a story hour for the children Dorothy Ada Dodson, Mrs. Fitzpatrick on Nov. 23. Mr. Nelson Thanksgiving matinee
Singleton.: while the program was being led the devotional and Mrs Armstrong starting at I p. m. Thursday

GMlas Ruth Murray's room-Mrs, Ulven. 'Falpy' Walta" ....__ ..... Streabog and Mn. Vivian read from N... 14.Frida".
Ctrl Wagner and Mn C. F. Rob. Cake and punch were servdWOMAN'S Dorothy Kuhn the mission study book, "Congo
Saturday, Nov. II, 17
'Homage' to Grle," __-.. Presser Cro.,..".
I '" "Sochtlg" ___..____ _.. Polonaise ALL MEMBEK TAKE FART KEITH Isi
"' 'Bright Eyes" __'_ Price Monday's meeting of the 7ssaaaraararsag.
Principal J. A: Rehwlnkel spokeon I MR!*. MILLS' PUPILS Doris Ada DodaonBrlghand South Dade Garden Club at the
"The Value of Friendship in a GIVE PIANO RECITALMrs. Fay" ._.......___ Price home of Mn Alberta Bule, ever '
Church" at a supper given for the Margaret Mill wilt present Anne Rheney member responded to the p-es
members of the First Baptist her piano pupil In a'Thanksgivingrecital Dlabelll ____ Sonatina In d minor Ident's request to read an In tore1mg !- F
Church of Homestead by the Wo- at the home of Mn. A. D. Arden Parman Mn. Fitzpatrick article or verse about flowers.
man's Missionary Union of the Smith this afternoon at 4 o'clock. Plppa's Danct" ._.... Spauldlni trees, shrubs or gardens Mrs
church at Its Sunday school building The following program will be John Kuhn R. J. Shepherd described the
Friday evening E. L. Lawrence given: Under the Balcony" .... Colaman beautiful Peace Garden that la beIng TROPICAL.MONKEYJUNGLE
chairman of the finance "Don Juan" _,, Mozart built on the Canadian border
Thanksgiving song ........_._ Girls 'm.' .m
committee, outlined a budget plan "Drifting".___...___ Williams Clarice Dodson Mn Jas M. Dobbin read an artlcU -
for the expenses of the church "Christmas Bell*" _____ Williams "Hunter's Horn" ..._. Dubvernoj about toad
for the coming year, and the Rev. "Song of Mermaid _.__ William "Autumn' Frolics" _.__ Watson Mrs. Bule gave everyone seeds ONLY
C* N. Walker, pastor of the church, Mary France Morton Arden Parman'Barcarolle" from her' garden. MONKEY
announced that an everymembercanvas "Merry Elf"* "' ._.._ ......._ Offenbach Mrs J. M. Gay and Mn Harry JUNGLE

for systematic giving "Slavic March" ____ Tchalkowsky Mlnuetto _.... _.._....___ :Beethoven D. Wolfe will entertain the club IN Tt4C U.s.
would be made Sunday. Dale Faust "William' Tell" ...._ .._.._. Rossini! on Dec 6 at the Homestead Wo
The Importance ol every mem- "Flying" Hilda Dodson man's Club building, it wa an

ber1 contributing to minion wa Folk Song ______. Williams German dance __'''m Beethoven"Conaolatlon" nounced. ADMISSION tOe
stressed by Mn. Julia Folk, leaderof "Sellin," .nm. ..' .... m Mendelssohn Those present were Mn HRucgg (Children with tU ad lie Ise)

W. M. U. Circle Four. J. T Caldwell Barbara Jean Wakefield Mary Frances Rutland"Angel's Mrs K J. Derbyshire Mrs 1r tana d a www"Je r+.
.choir director, led in com- t"Up and Down" __.___...._ Kantzler Serenade" .. ___ Drags H. C. Reed Mn B. E. Gatlln M....
munity singing. !"Sondino" .__ : __._ _. Rodgers Alta Webster Shepherd, Mn R F Potter, Mn
Duet '"and Rachel'Barbara u "Barcarolle"" ....... ... _.....,.._ Hillier
The WoM.U. nerved chicken pi- "Reuben
lau, candied baked bean, Smith and Dale Faust Betty Blake
vegetable salad yams, pickled, beets, hot "Carnival of Venice" Accordion "Flnt Butterfly"Alta Webster Oo ..._ '_Oo Tjorsen "TALK OF THE TOWN VALUE"NOW

roll, apple pie and coffee. solo i
"Mlgnon" ____ _. .. n Satelmelr
About one hundred twenty members Virginia Walker I
were present "Soldier's March" _.__ Folk song I Hilda Dodson, Clarice Dodson,
On My Pony' ____ Folk song Mr*. Fitzpatrick $20 SAVINGS!
Guests Included: Mrs. W. E. Rhe .
ap.W.C. DISCUSSES NEED Barbara Jean Smith
OF RECREATION SPOT "By the Waters of theMlnnetonka" ney, Mrs. J. H. Webster, Mrs. C. JParman Standard 6 Cu. Ft.
Mn. J, H. Dodson, Mrs.
__. Lieurance
The Homestead B. W. C. n '
P. Monday
D. P. Blake, Mn. J. R. Rutland
evening after discussing the Gretje Terberg and Miss Elmeda Robert
need of providing a place down Duet, "Sunflower Dance"I COLDSPOTElectric
I_ Mae Clymont
town where winter visitors could I LOCAL O. E. S. MEMBERS
sit or could .Joy shuffle board, Gretje Terberg, Mrsi Mills TAKE PART IN MIAMI PARTY
The hostel, Mrs Smith, served
horseshoe pitching or checkers, : I Mn. Geo W. Turner, Jr., past
iced punch and cake to twentyfiveparents [ Refrigerator
selected Its Mn. Flora
matron of Ad Astra Chapter of the :... $ ,
and friends.
D. Myen, to present the matter to O. E. S., co-operated with the ma. 1
the Redland District Chamber of I Irons of ID38 of District 20, in giving -: .
Commerce. Frank Schneider, Mn Geo. W. a benefit bridge party at theLeroy : 12930EepiUrly
M.... J. F Hammett who had Turner, Jr., and Mrs R. W. Mul- Hotel in Miami bit Week b
been appointed to see if other 'lins will have charge of the bazaar drs. Howard Lamb won the high 1I4.5J
civic club or business houses which will be held the lame I ,tat I* t f.

would be willing to help in the i day at the same place" Terms a* low a* I) down, balance I
establishing and maintaining of r It wa announced, also, that DL IL r. a" monthly. Flu carrying '
an.. adequate public rest room reported donations may be left with Mrs. STEBBINSRegistered *Au, t seep charge e
that all teem to agree there J W. English, Mn. W. M. John or Optometrist
1* real need of such a rest room. Miss Alice Macomber at the Red- r Appeared Insulation
11 TEARS'Practice a r} It-*. cold central
Members and guest enjoyed a land District News office. ... Homestead i { e I
pot-luck dinner at seven o'clockand r During the social hour, Mill
Room 8 and 7 ""
Automatic dons H htFoode
games were played afterward Helen Livingston won the mystery Arcade
package Limeade and oookie were McCrory compartments
AREME CLUB TO HOLD I un'ved. Hours e
Saturda. 7:30: to 10 m
p US eubct-4 Ib*. Ice' t
FOOD SALE AND BAZAAR Those present were: Mr*Bob OFFICE ,
Sandwiches, pie, coffee, cake Harris, Mrs. Mulllns, Mr*. Sam lien W. ,....... Miami, Flo.Pboneet 1< 1 Speed tray release
iced teal and fruit Juices win be :Davis Mrs. Turner, Mrs. Johns, gS31llUS 4o-. e

old Nov. 27 fa* the Redd building .11 lit Livingston and Mr Livingston. Or L. W. Stebbms, AssociateD >F c Y) Towk-a-bir AD-pwerMij door Interior
from II o'clock on, by the Areme opener
Club of Ad Atr Chapter .f -
the O. C. S. of Homestead the
finish I
Streamlined model with automatic defrosting. Deluxe
club decided! at a meeting/ held at "Roto-Rite" mechanical unit I* protected by 5-year written !
the home of Mn. S. E Llvmgrtow il N C E guarantee plan that eliminate service tost Compare this
Friday afternoon. Mn. J X. Coldspot with other refrigerator telling for 117).00. ,

Davis e""t Mrs Ralph Moon will Electrical Refrigerators, Sean-Second Floor I
conduct the food sale and Mr*.
Thanksgiving 'Eve., Nov. 24 'I It t

dward Sitting MIAMI OUCBttmu P. M. TILL I Store noun: -.scwta Biscayne Blvd.

Real Estate I Dally 130; to 130: _..
General Insurance r 1 Saturday t tI

FLORIDA crrr FLA.Cer. I MSMSJOM-B.. ,... S1.M, Nee tee Tu. LADIU tact :30 to I:00 Street
f-Um A**, and Are B MIAMI "

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Page Ten THE_LEADER ENTERPRISE__ un _Friday, November 19,1937The

taw Ben Murphy: ,"4"' f, Mr*.

III < ChUl'CheS-l 1 suppose you'd be surprised: K
I gave you a check for a birthday
'CLUB Turner Jr. hiIIC.: present George?" said Mr: Rob-
MIS. E. A. ENNIS Mia Margaret Berger, Charlotta I'Inson.
the Helen Sehrceder, John.
On Tuesday afternoon Oeronlnw 'Indeed"!* replied bar husband
BAPTIST cuntcn Church school at 10. prenhlng at Wonun'i Club (rf Homestead will Brook and Glenn Sobroeder. -Well hen it .to--.aU made out

U Epworth League at 1:311. Midweek plant two mahogany tree on the and ready for you .. sign'Tit.Bits. -
1190"W&-The He C24. prayer and BIble 1 atady clubhouse grounds honor of the MINISTERS WILL HAVE .
Walker, pastor. Sunday school II Thursday at T:30.METHODIST .... Mr* B A. Dusk! who WM for riSII-FRT IV MATECVMBE!:
10 a. m. Preaching 11 a. m. tTrtl yean president of the club The member of the Redland
and 7.M p. n.; B.YP.U. at 6.30: : EPISCOPAL, I :\111. N. O. Ball will In a short address District Ministerial Association Dr. AI.\ L. Tannenbaum

p. m. Prayer service Wednesdayat *XCTUHMnettesd pay tribute to Mr*. Erai and their wives will hold a pot- has moved big .ffle* frees the

70: p. ftGaatda.The -the Rev. J. J. Richards oDd ...... Jane .MeOeady ,)'W"h..e luck luncheon meeting and a flail MeCrcey Aread U the
Hev. Noah Pe4avon pastor. Sunday school .t 1:46amprachingatllam.andI: the icsdlng, ",......" fry at the home of the Rev. J. FYaneey BIGGERS APARTMENTS:

pastor Sunday school at 10 Mn H"-'1 D Wolfe wild make in Matecumbe Monday N. E. tod Are,
a. m preaching at II a. m. and p. m. Junior League at I'M: p. m; -. abort talk OIl tile UJ* md work I
TslO Pin ; B T. P V at 6 JO p. m. HI League at 6:16 p. m.; Senior or Floren" Nightbs aIs. Mr*. Dav. "SILVER PALM SOCIETY
Player service at 7:10 p. m. Wed- League at T:IS p. m. Praytr meeting -j I id Sheuiin will speak on beta MEET! AT CORE HUME
*eaday at I p. m. Wedneaday. ROIl; Mn Joal J. Robhtoo. OB The Woman' Missionary Society -I
I Alice McCtelland Birncy: MM W. of the Silver Palm Church MUSIC
CATHOLIC"rbsrch Sliver Faint Cmonnmlty Chant >. B.: hop, an Mary Baker kiddy met at the home of Mr*. Barley

., Vie Sacred Heart -the Rev T. H Norton pastor Mid HIM Jennl Lobdell. on Mart Core on Nov. 11 for an all-day for all occasions
S. E: Heeond avenue, Homestead; Sunday school every Sundry at 10 Curl senion In the forenoon a weekof i
the Her. Jarne CSoonan pastor. a. m.; preaching services on fiat Ifdteam :*r the day will be I prayer program wa given, and ORCHESTRAS AND TRIOS
Sunday mass at I a. nv; week day third and fifth Sunday at 11 L tin. Henry Rw,.. Mrs Bishop in the afternoon the book "Women

vim at 7:49 dally. Sunday school i m. and I p. vu.PrfaeeteaThe. and Mm LoodcH. I of the Congo was discussed.At Teacher of Baajo. MandtUa and

Sunday following 5 o'clock mass R.v. T. R Horton A'.l who ar Interfiled art In- noon all gathered around a Guitar

Cunmunlon for women the first .pastor;Le*L. Poyser, assistant +ltd to be present large table for lunch. us..r

Sunday of rnorlh; for men and pastor Sunday school at 10>> a. m.;
boy, die second Sunday month. preacning at 11 a. m and T:43 p.1 GRADE MOTHERS GIVE: ,:F L. AND T. CLUB WILL JOE ASTORIACO
Holy hour Thursday before first m. every Sunday. Epworth Leagueat PARTY FOR CLASSMrs. SERVE CIICKEH SATURDAY tag L61nsu.ssTSapaut

Friday of month at 7.4J p. m. Mass 7.1J p. m. Howard Johnson' *lfhthrad I Th F L and T. Club will serve -
lint Friday at 7:SO a. m. Benediction
lilt benefit baked chicken dinner
( clan wu given a party :
ef the Bleated Sacrament METHODIST FREE week by tile grad mother, Mr*. and upper Saturday In the I. O.
after mass.CHRISTIAN. A. J. Campbell and Mr*. J. 3. O. r ball from 11 a. ro. until I 1
SCIENCE CHURCH Florida cu-The. Rev Thoa. B. Horton.at the home of Mr*. Camp p. m. Pie and coffee will be For
Sheldon, pastor. Sunday school bell served In the afternoon.
1 Fterida City-Broaflw-y and 10 a. m.; preaching: 11 a. In. and Sonny Peter sang and Frank I
SUth street Sunday school at 0 1 p. IlL; Junior meeting I JO
\.. p. m.; Blllclo played a few accordion: Wesley Fellowship Will
f IS a. m. for pupils under 20 yearsof Young People meeting; T:II I election: Outdoor fame wen
age* morning service at II Prayer and class meeting 7JOrhunday : played Hear Presiding Elder i PlumbingInstallations

'clock.: Wednesday evening per I lee cream cake and punch were
Yfcs which: include testimonials served by Mrs. Campbell. Mr*. Dr. C. K. Vliet, presiding.elder!
of healing and experience and PENTECOSTALGeddr.Sunday I Horton and Mr*. Johnson.Children of the Miami district will be guest!
mark on Christian Science B: achool: at IU; ; i present were: Pauline speaker at the evening teuton of;)
in. The public U cordially preaching 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Knight Wave Horton. Lola Carpenter the Wesley Fellowship of the!
|p ..ttend.I Homestead Methodist Church next!
Mary Jo Clow. Edith Deals. Repairsand
Nov. tl Lesaeavsenn HOMESTEAD FRE8BTTERUNHonesteadWKrome Marjorie Conner Annette Sunday at 6:30. H* will tell of i

Upiei "Seal and Bdy". avenue at bell Christine Roberta, Edna camp-I his travels abroad this ummer ,i TankConstruction
N. Hth street; the Rev. J:. L. Nel Jeanette Campbell. Joy Peter,,All young people of the R land Septic
CHURCH OF CHRIST son minister. Bible school at Rode Bilello Yvonne Pollard.', District: ere Invited leaden of the I

r lIaled-llral and 10 *. m.; preaching it 11 a. m Mantle Lea Pals. Merle Jenkins,)!group announced.When .
tf,, W. Fifth street; T. J. Hunton Young people. meeting T p. m. Barney Godwin Carl Frederick: I, the Wesley Fellowship :,
met last Sunday for the second
Lewis taker.Frank Bilello, Ronald i :
minister. Bible study at 10 a. m.; Rm.Now. I and
t djoamtlnlon feilowihlp and II -MeniAl wanblptFeuded Caves, Sonny Peter. Robert Hobson |time, Mrs. Clinton Pepper broughtthe Service
at 11 at fs.. tb* Rack". O. U and Harry Bowen John lesson to the rooming session) .
preaching: a. m.; :
and Mrs. W K. .
Nolan wa the leader ,
,JIG p. m Prayer meeting Wednesday Al I p. m. Miss EUsabctliSrhals Kuhn, Kenneth Glenn and Ralph of the evening session. i SEE'
will speak M her Bellinger
at ':10 p. m.CHURCH .
Christiasi xperles".e and tb* The following program was rendered ,
OF GOD I history and prophecy mt the AUXILIARY ENTERTAINS : scripture: W. H NoUn.)

Jew LEGION ON ARMISTICE DAY prayer Garland Wynn; piano sole, W.H.BOOTH
HiBestea4- M N. W. First I Mrs. Margaret Mill; talk on "Ta.Turner's .-
venue; J. IL Dndson mlniater The member of the Woman'lAUldUI" .
Sunday school at B;45 a. m.; TRUTH of John O Salley Post
; preaching at 11 a m. and 7:30 p.m., Henw fa a -t>nincn: .ot Miami of the American Legion entertained "
j Junior Y. P. at (:49 p. m. Prayermeeting I Spiritualist Temple of Truth In for' the Legion on the evening of Funeral Home

\ 7:30 p. m. Wedmtday. Woman' dub 410 N. W. Eighth Armistice Day at Legion h U.Jeano tt-IIR AMBULANCE SERVICE "
avenue. Men' Bible class: and was played during the even.rig. .
CHURCH or THE NAEARENEHetneslead young ret'pM't lyteura at 7:13 p. and the Pink Elephant (urn.ahed Lady Attendant I

I Th Rev. W. J. m.; tailing by Dr. J. Carl Hobson music for dancing.: Phone M4-R Homestead Flo. Opposite F.E.C. Depot
at 7:43; lecture: and messages at I
1 Parker o. pastor. Sunday school: al Potato salad sandwiches: doughnuts -
14) a. m.; preachinf: at 11 a m. 7JO. coffee and punch were 1erV-

and T:30: p m.; N. Y. P. & and ed.
Juniors meeting at 0:30' p. ro. Local Baptists Attend Those present were Mr. and HARRY'S WELDING
Prayer meeting Wednesday even- District ConferenceThe Mr A. W. Hutchinson: Mn and
Mra. Harold Sheffield Mr. and
ing7A0p.m. Mr* Wen J. Geronlmo, Dr and PRINCETON, FLA
Fitaeelc: -the Rev. C. A. Con annual meeting of the MIami -. Mr*. J A. Smith, Mr. and Mr*.
0 Baptist Association: In session Portable Ekctrie sad Acetylene Welding n Cylinder Bleelut.Cylinder .
don, pastor. Sunday school at :49. Frank Schneider Mr and Mr:
preaching at 10.49 a. m. and 7:30 al Northwood Baptist Church Lamar Kendrick, Mr. and Mr W. Heads. Aluminum Castings aced Sellers

p. m.. Junior meeting at 1.30; youngpeople' West Palm Beach yesterday and E. Rheney, Mr. and Mr*. Ceo AaUmoUre Masons Bepalrlng-Calerlnf U la rule
today. I* being attended from
meeting at '::30. Prayer awthaw, Mr. and Mr Jake *
bearing pearls sod stirred ,
Homestead by the Rev and Mr*. messing eannecUnf rod lowing
Wednesday at 7 JO
meeting p. Brook Mr. and Mrs. Landon
C. N. Walker, Mr*. W. D. Horn, and boriar and cylinder boring.
i EPISCOPAL 11I.1 Mr*. R. E. Edward, and Mrs. J. ney, Mr. and Mrs Tom car-I
Tom Vann. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Schroeder. EXPERT WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED
6t Jaha'a S. E. Second and "'n. M A. Berger Mr an1Mr
Mr Walker I* dark of the ...1! '
: f W.I
and Fourth street Homeaiead.Momir. *. Frank Km Mr. Cm
oclatkM and the Rev. W. 1:. Reed,
1 ., prayer and sermon
nf Lake Worth I II moderator |
.' days OIL 11 00; holy Sun-I '
dry Sunday at 740 a. m. and Members of the Goulds Baptist !
I Sunday of month tl 11:00: ; Church who are attending thr --
conference arc theRe\' and Mr-
at 10-00 Young
holy day a. m. t
i Peoplea' Service League, Sunday t Noah Peterson. Mrs Anderson ,
Mrs. Edward. Mn. lUlion Preston i ,
.t 10JO a. nvEVANGELICAL *dfe >Ii i
t j i Lee and F. M. Henderson.


10 Si. JohaWRcdland; the Rev.! I

I Norman C. Zulauf mioiiter. Service : Let Us I :WITH ;

t., : each: second and fourth Sunday i iZ'Tbrs

I, ,. at 3 p. m. I RejuvenateYour II. GULF LIFE: seat ..or -
Car ':/M-*sti" ilia *Htnc hi DNparti*. "
< Rends city C* imny Church'
<-4h Rev. C. a Nelson pastor.I ';Pgoram Wl *J assays YOUR frKiL.
Wood Work
Church school at Id a. m.; preach-: : 6"of 46 ..
w Ins at 7:30 p. n. Midweek prayersre Body Fender Repairs a"wowi 9A addonk '"
..r.,... h cede. der.( 3:3
and Bible study Wednesday at .,.. ,. I
and .r. d. t. ad w W.. swam
7 JO. | Tops Trimming: 6" 1-4 rue II
I Radioed C the nnCo a Nelson. Dear. Alt COMBIIIOMI9
PalntineArt's clews AMD aesaeog.srh.r tOOMtV
tear O.a
Paint Shop ater slim ar b..,tr.r0Ntnds..elP..a.Nee No" M"
r>WI* '
FIRE 0 MS Jf DOD ATE: *t fc fi* ef<*H<*ifci -
KINDRED UWES 0. Box 621 Homestead Florida
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and ..II' Tro c---.. Na no hawd ITNAJI! MT SAM.. Itfl.,1" tai ot! "
Mk err *f Aanat. A. D III. I IMa Miami. 0510 <_ cr ew.w tl.1 2' #p.' .Dom :r.Nr'nn.. :' SM: 51 a IIDt 't
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... .... 0.. __ .0 follimsalad .1:t char CkvaM Ow. lM_ P tl I" 4....... III Mat..ad FOR SALE: Uuod mul,". rhrop. '"";
... .. o+sasW blb. Coale dD.A.w (Clnult Own hell C.werty 1'.. C -',r.w NUW logged POUHENTAPARTMENT I, ,
seal rtI maids, tn.sl. I I I r'i M.I""pr. DOM*. o.-<., 1h. 4th dv J I... .. t. A, I) 1 .M. bat ( ". W. Smith Honxrr: uri, pan
5% d Betio iarll.. 14.TrwabAd i (.... a. U. It f1 .... I, iMt 1 filed ...r 1. nr rtI... sad XM FOR RBNT-Ctn. '
M u. MttrBs N 1601: i 1Worse. ......... Iw u. ...... w h. lowest FOR SALE C"mp'Jlt
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.a.Llrkm 4"n w bW 1.\11 sold L'rrtlft-to, _.Moss.lad CMIKJT room and bad room, leI Ins
Made :. = Maw at I I "" CII""II n..", ACtS o' IIn roll.....Avg arna..J Mrtr l. I too Cove" commodctn 4 .MOpl.' $JS.00 per I amount. Shlppr m by E H Wilson
TW i mil -* MM ( iiiirkjak radio. Pa*., so$" .if n rkta. ..>.N :, I of Hastings StormIo1 at
../a MftiftaM logged .M la it science IfMtC1l n Mp1Y OIVKNruiniM tba .... M Oak fenlM S.b a ... I month. H. A. Cunenxv Phone 71 '

-jjB.rat.ar.- I I .t4 *. ...- kaMrr af *..1 i Plat Bart t. raw ... __,__ la I (n19dt0)FOR )) ,, Uodello H. S Hlgglnbotl *m.
sl..a .. A..ela .. iwsfee The Ob..lr rtI ',
wed C-. Tax CarMfMiil. No. I' IMUnwl --- .-....1. Bm SM Homeale
a* ainialM- ta .... tk. grassy MI rlkiH HMV Man "ff PlwwaT1160 '
the af AMTMI. A. D 11la :,
.mill wW ... .... to ,... ktafcM kulwial .... ,.11.4 rr lu soy mr O.M.. aM kw ...*. _.rtI .00,14, ol.PW" "saw RENT S-nxm ipwtinmt ( p.1) t)
UM Darn kMF deww M Use lint. aimwr 11..6... for Iwo d15.5.mt. 1%. ow. wee"I1..1w "' r II w Dr. ... U TMUktBlMwn, Bigger. "
ta ... MMtk at J.MMTT. 116' wkM el. OW An::;. : .:.=- W s Uakaava.UafcM ,I FOR SALE -- Hmuv, 4 lOp,;iilMtMa.
b .... fc.. *w at lance ey. IM MMrtkr* liilU ta tk* Corer .... IMIIftMb Mll k* MMM. Apartment. (nip
DaM dill ITtl des .f Km i MI n. HIT. af MbMtac Daa. *UM af rlarM| *. '.-. : ad ua..wla* ta taw. ik* arwmr wtanftaIWwta :, '' AM South Kmnw ,vomit.
1 B. LLATIIRMM.N1.; 1.54 P. Coot and mauls 1hW. 01 +, wwlk.wMt.lb. hlataat ,FOR RENT-TurnWiwI .p nmnit i Iba good Imitation lily root ,)f.
Clark Ik CwM kmw. da ..n the nrl I
.... 0e0Mr. ...es .1)4...Seem"M Sail.. Y-s.aMbdar o 18 Doe/....., Air ,*. MM worth ft I....... If**. seer, C. R. Bi g en. IM N e Itself at .. a:*r cUve pi ice See

CIIwIt ....a.... I wen as .rwLM. .An s.j... .nm i"Ts.siriffiB. 1: tad tvo (nlr-tfi NM toe detain. Cameron Phone
N. c. I'I1IlaftT. D cHar hA.. o-.ar rtI lIMe. ebb 01 Me. I ..
I I* Ml Pat .. 11HOTim : tit HomelMd.i .
TI1. of new .,.J" i On!, *rctm* Case FOR RENT 100 acres .%" Iud

or APPLICATION FOR TAI "ties taw-:.=. ira.d pnaMMrWM In th. sew Daw Onatr. nub* nurt li* rented In one pleat TC i flirt: COUNTRY HOME I acre*.
CBArrm ITIW. ACT or IMI ('INtoI! Caan .., I I
Fit a AanrtOTtrC "' 1'.41.a Usia. sow sa.(..rttfhal* null ... .-*......-l IIr It c IITDIITT. C.. II acres niilabr for potoh1bAl- i 1 modern house 7 rooms; lis.'g*

W jKVMMt OVEN UvilMarua ,.......0.. to law ik* ariMnr wwrflNrfUwnla ,....., 10. II, Doo. L 'B' met tomaloM. Kent IM per trout and back porto_ 2.Far
riiillllii. IM. .kaatw at attl' WIN .k. MkfM the ......... kMtI Hwnwtead I '
or ArfwrATioM ro. TA' . and OMaw TM OntltbaAM M*. **.. the Con HMM war M UH> flxl Man.4ar NOTN I
.wl, and kM*. .bM the art M.. af A. ta the MMlk af JkMBrr 'IM ', wtiMb I Rtn. (.APT'. i IMT. ACT or iuim. ..'I! Ftiorw 72. (n5-M) ', Ran tropical shrubbery nil
east A. D. Ml, kM KM err "ta anafTM. UM txl 4., Jiawrf, lftDaM >. 111 Wee A4kM.t .
... la how ..00
111.4 $4400
mVEH a plae Some
and Ml *> *.- for a hi thin ,111* wr af $...,f K>r, MI NOTICE IsfNM1BT .i FOR RENT Apartment mdilnito
<> .. rla H ..-,.... k.Mw of Hurt. MCmatt i .
>** M k* kaaai Ik. IIM sold Hifkal i B. IS. LBATrncayAMI term Cameron, Homet< ...
__ w tel....... described Poe"if Clark of Ohmfc Ciwn.Daw TM C ni'M_ K. MM BlM M* '. room. 104,.. ConkjKon. Ill .
I 1l.-ad IMkM Phone 72.
I talk* ft- Mir '"< Dad. SUM ai Hortw Onrtr FWMrir !' flN Hi.MM.trd 4.P la Mr &."'>*4 A'him D m4gif.aa. ';,1| N. W. 4th St. (poll)) I ".
'uH Conrad Real
'- WMWafc.af JWU a< MWVi a-.t or M. c. mi."""' D. r ppoomeba : i" dead M be food Hifill.alar ,II i FINK LAND .
4..Ab IT anrtk. a.iiM [ ,..". II. M .. llXOTKTt .aAW ajabraw Oamitr FOB RENT: rurafiiMd twit-

.' t* .tW M C.awer.amWaM. af Daw la CarttflMt But af*MwMa Nee ....:. ..rc;*.ta ta-wtt MM "| meat Water tights and both.Prettier i a A. West Mowry f SO prr m*.

.... TWA anw.mat of mid ar..wr' or APPLICATION WR T lDCKD. Teem Mr Rat ranu. a BaM*.. : man and wtf.. No child- I 10 A. Eomort Drive' $30 per arm
.At now Ca lUha hoard wad I CBAPTKR IIU' ACTS Of IUI Fiat K-* 1. MO I*. ta *mom M.TavMkta 10 A. Coconut Palm $SJ
don. I. IL Flick Kings per acre
ta The some af Unkaa.. rill A.If" I W Bialk. .aaw. M Earl.MatalalM ran or ,
B% af *W\t rf SAN% BWlbm I. NOTICE M HntERT: GIVKN that, ) II ATM Mara bM taUM HI&hw y. Eut (015 U) M A. Jl-JI-JJ 11} par MT
?-- IT BMI*. ..... II BaM.aatalamt A. W -. MMn rf BUM >M| fin... CMMT af ..... Btata af rtarkta.M I !1 140 A. North Krom Aw $10
fl Arr.a Mar ar bat. taa I iv Tat Canlfhata N*. TIM h.wM ... ate. ,i MikraM ta CMUflraM .... UM.Tk hundred per
FOR RENT Several
Ika CaMty ml riarMa. these. af .__ A. D let*. KM Met MMl .anwwl ft MM ya oarpond"W acre Cameron phone 71,
M sari .f"-: Ma. 54o(. sea .mo. and kM sari> aaaUonfa. fnrta sow cmfftoal wood WM ta tk. MMat ''j I cm land suitable for .U trunk HomMtead.
The aaMMMrnt af aaM P.Woke aawr s ads and to be bond Reid J. M ..... '
...* MM. OrtlfbaM basal WM ta MMMM 0..511111. -- .N to11..w/H. d.a..Ih.ad I I A .. Blvd Rod Forma awhd. Crops for rent *t 10.00 per scout j jI
af TJakmm.Lxa nl er.r tk* Caaalr ft ...... BUMto.wHl $ .. Pit Bean : Pam Act :. I Iu1t cIIIIII. bala"from crop.' 10.1 "%rlrie.-al .p. >.

Marital 11.1147.15.1to..... Flat Bob ,.. Cash awn 1 Nlit d 1111" rtI Nt44 rtI14. 1a. I the,M. TaVMkta..aCaeaN.1 I IKaat aeneek Aan Beenre aMM M $7.10 per hundred .en. Part rui tree ana tropical fruit ;jaeann. >

". ta MM CMlr af DaM. BUM afnarMa. ...a ,I, Tawaakhi ad sowth.. .._ I* -, .q* ..... BUM afnurlM. I hat never been cropped and liUwtfort Jungle Orove Radiant

M -.....* ta CrMUkaMMa. Pat re.4i1N: sass mar. has.Is I M embraced ta CvrttfbaM Na.TW ideal for omaloea. Oil II road and Plummer drive.
Ml.. Tk iniaiaiiial af sow UM Cower af ... BUM af rtartw'UM : ''If". J
,1 ...,. Nor Ik* MM OrHffaaJ k T1.. "area d arid. pda.rt f seen, serwrrh *t MM aianiH MWMM .I Bird Road (paved road) near:
and wl ta Ik* Santa af Vakaawa.UabM MM. arnvbaw home WM ta tk* MM MM CrntfkMt* bar WM ta Ik* wMaf Happy Farm Dairy. Only ten. R. L RED I'RYI.RS-Uve or oread. **-
MM. Ortlftaataa shark k* r* af rMar liilia.iMHltaa u._ free delivery In city Phone
rarM* lnnlla ta .... Ik araMrlf v..... saw" souther ....D be wised, VabM said VnlfbaM ...* Mad I'd"'F. miles, from business section of
.... *Marwial U.-.. McEwen Poultry Pnt.MISCELLANEOUS"
"'astrehad' UMMW arlll br laM M Ik* hip, 'lbw. MM p-Mry inirlli iinilli ta tav, pininr .
r. Miami Call Farms
.. win W MM the klWM kMM at Hippy
Mt nartaral Ik* CwM kMM war M MMIM tlMMC MM r the kwkMt. kkMW! IMrrla W ""
fl..h M.11.t III .... _... of 1._,,. at Ika CMH home dew so too rim K_, al UM Courthouse *wr M "". fltal, MMwr Dairy, or writ E P. Frlpp,
*. wklrk b tk.* Ir* Mr /aWMrr.. !.... ta UM a-alk af OawaiW.. 1 ". ..htaaAt Coral Cables FU
.bib, af DaMMkar IMT.
r DaM uk Itlk day Hi M..aikir IMt. I
r I
Ia.. LKATBUMAN. My DIM lei glib day af Ortakw. IMT.B.
Oar* at CbaaM Daw Cassette, DMIW.Cba af Match Coq, af Clnatl C rt. I J. Corbett lit houe north Q|
f Flows i iCi.d1 Paw CaaakT. riser land. $IJ an act*, i. L.
Cast .... MalDad. ossty wa-.i.
Avocado drive Redland road.
BMjIM on
BT H c. m Rrrr. D. c asset Clrrak Own Nartnja.
1 ", ... la. Ml DM. .. In"HOTrT IIr M a mmrrr. A c.IWar. III. C. IITtalnT..D. O. I I II Save ad. pleae (pn II)
L I" IL 140)
H. .M' Dae .. -NOV. _
rA/I i
or APPLICATION rOB TAX w mi TRIG "' .""IT roitT OP Tug I I FOR SALE PIANO TUNING and reoarhI"Oood
HIM ACT Of Hit rnvtfr OP TUBRIRVKNTI riarrrr 01 I i
used for .: cNM

W. 0. TalkMt MMM at BUM aiM C-*. FINAL iiraici I Aim chlld'i Iron crib and new -_
kr Tai CarUfbaut Nee TIM old TM4 kM > IMII I IN HE APPLICATION or IA AIiraeccA I
e... Tlk w. af Julr. A. D. IN*. kM NOTICE or rRoromo: VALIDATION HF.NMU.K: TO BROOM* i. maU,.... Mr* Anna Backer WANTEDTridlng
fUr oar ta Mr SHAM bad kM MaMaaallMHM or naa,.a*** ixniNmNO Kmt*. DPI DBALUU I ModcUo. (pn 11)
far a box 4w M ... basal ,rniK ,..,. OP Tax CITY or HOUR.TKA This aaaw Saw.a M, .. M heard aaainallwtkMt
Iknna Bak nlfbMM awikraM lkMMWMC >I .. 'LOIU A. DATED OCI'OIIUi' af the ............ (AMUIEHRUCA Pott. <* mile & doukta,
-- Pea>iirir. ta Ik* CaaMff '. .,. HEMDRirK: fM r final wrmMMM. FOR SALE 1 Overland Dada suit af narMX tovtttUu Cm Or HOMEKTBAD. a klaaMraJtlmi .a4 pas Con ....* MlarfkM atM Hwy. ( )
I ta 9. Rich .. BUnr ran af .... Itata af .......... r*. sassier new aMliritaUM af the' Yea it run*. 11000. C W. Row, FRUIT WANTED Roadside

rark. M.y Phi: k H. aaM II. MIk := n STATE or FLORIDA ..., * CMatraf BUM af rteriw, MaMknaaJta awa war and >ia nM. aa* to ka I
Cwtlf Men, Ma. ,.... TkMM > TO THAI TAXPATP.RR ANtI CITIZENS a fro water ta .... iMaart; H II. Richard Road. (nl-t WANTED TO DUY Old fwhwod -

......rot .f sow ". W or HOIiUTIAp FLORIDA i 1h..4Aee.ORD1.5RD : I fumlhire, Chain, table, sideboards
CarttfbaM loon ..w. HotWblIHb4 .... eat as odes .r AND DKCRErD, FOR SALE 1 No. 3 china diver
af BMIM B Oarar dab madee ... NW.d b .... a.r..1' 1. That Ik* __. ARAM HCRBO II-Intttl picture,
LaM II ta II Bkwk (. BUiar palm seer kr tk* _... W nk W CA HrNMUTK W. and aM w. WIM.I I Oliver tractor plow complete Address Box U-lll, c/o LeaderEnterprise.
Park a *..... Plot limb U. ...r. II. Tm.ml jMa ft .... .,..... Cost aftk ; Amassed IW rkjkl Fad MMM mm Ira,i If overhauled. IMOO. W. L. : (nil-da
ta Ik* Caaat af Daw, BMU af rkvMa. Kkii.tlk Jaalrbl riraaM af UM .... AMbw. .** k> tastier kMkartaM ta Mk.ton '
I M !M>tM ta c..tf,_ Ma.tin. af rba-Ma.. I I. sod fM UM C.n.l af DawM af aa* CMrtnl Wr Mtaw. w *M.;! Lathley. Its N. W. 7th Are and
t. Two MMWH.III nl MM amarrtfaawr M..MM.I in*. IMT ...1." .... IUI.af tract and W rMlrartr* ...... to M* ... 145th St. Rout 1. Box 441 MI- WANTED Listings of houses
MM MM C tifill. liia>.< sets rh Ma. MMlrtaf H, tkrM.k tk* ..... .. Mr*, ...* M Ma WlMlf ta ill MMan. i and for rent Henry
ta UM MM rf Meld E. Can. AMtorav 4 Ik. MM. ClrwM .. MwaaaM M fang a* tf .... wn aaMarrb*.| ami. Fla. aUtf) apartments
User MM. CvrtiflrklM ..n k* r fc.M.a _, a* tka Ito day af OMMikar. 'IMt t This MMM ..... kMMM final MMI I Scheme & Bar) W Morrl N.
_I.. ta .... UM. miium Fond at IM two af IM a'natk A. M M said ... aMHfew daises aatWa towed b.,': Krom north of 10-rrnt
I IkiMla will .. rid to UM kbikial kUwral .. la* Orwll Con RMM ta .... ...........* a -17 ft 1Kb wrrw **M aaH| TURKEYS: for ..J.. Younf fat i' ave.
\ Ika cows Mar MM M .... tint MMM CMnkMM ta WM city MMMI OMiMf sash far fMT Ml iMiaalu .elks k.'i Older now for Th.nk f1vinl.I tore; phone B4 ili-lf
I. ta UM Milk af J....... IM.. which af Dale, ta.MM. Check. shy I Iawfai 4111.5116. tor __ pa4hM.d la Ind.IV. c-'I'I .
C. S.
;fci the M f JaaMPr, IM*' t4/wdler .-. I.'. p.w..d'r ......... .... filing A road f awl; JJa 1"U,. welfhL Mrs. r
.t Pair ...: ITHk day af NowwiWr, IMTE. on Wald or .... arid (NM rtI llslM..d, ............ b ..... w.a I Alkn, Halnlln drive between
B LrATHrBHAKClark Plotkin, .h.NN alt on rlid.W sad rsa- Utrnr. AID ORDrkKD ta Ckw.Real. road Buy a Home
; '"f Circuit Cow ,.... Inca deep ml P_,,. A. D.. IMT.H. I| Krom and Redland
h Da* COM- fTor. .. If .q talMirar ft rlltaM af MM Ckr af I r. ATKllTwliM, C new) I.....I Phone 1311. 012-19) ,' Grove Land
C...... c-t.: ..| HIMMIMI. Plaids, kM ... MM ta *>M; (Mar. .. II. II. MlMOT1CB BUT
Br n. c BTtRRrrr cXix .y ash VMM should BM k* MMM.. "". 1 I
.1' ( It. n: IM.: r'I I 11' ** !!? :ewtl.wd. ka b aa>alm Makaa I"' O' Am >ATMM FOB TAI FOR SALE Second hind piano nUT Glade Land

> lark MOM Mb** MM Cert: M tk* DUDCs.sw condition. Price at I
NOTICE or APPLICATION ro. TAX M-l "- aiM aim. If'''. At*, af salt ,... N. A.....I i\ In food tl b my lint brPrf that al*tier

DEED. CHAPTrm ,,..,. ACT Or IUI wrrXES m, Maaalim Need affMal *ral NOTICE Uk Normally: GIVEN UM Sara tractive. Homestead Variety price are Im..I.....
Fans A.UM M III.... ta Dads <>-... ,...,.., tkh I.. HkaManl, WkMaf Maw aa* OawallMM. Slot.. (pd7) I 1
NOTICE I* HKKEBV GIVEN IMtJavam llik aar at 11_..... A D. 1..,. .T.. 0w5A..r N. as' road l n IIM1.r I Deal .!nlBhl about prlre
i Prevent ... ,.. ......r af *UI. ILII.T1IU.AJf.: : A.rs.L A. 16. has fund .oar
and Caw T.. CrnlflHtaa M.. TM .*... cwt ar the rimM Owl 't t Lair .. .(n... a" ban :. .MUMUM tat. 101 !SALE Spring hatched put-I IHa't wait
I ,am, IMM the Ito Mr af Iv. A B. Umatk jMMal elms at .-. '. sot twmt ta W WM.* I *<** *mOntffcata .. BT aww.
lass kM told MM ta .ffta*. aW .kMIkinaa. Fad raw ..*. *",.. laiklaM .... lk. r *af Jttta site m. N. H. Reds and
MT .
.. .... I' tA'-1 T..1I thank for this r. -
re& .splb.tis tor a Ago eland so be how" ** L.M war />* aiiMllH ta MM u. Dd.. horn About 200 left to m |
MM CarMfbaui M>kra. Ir'taUartmt BU IWIrT. tktaatr Cbrk. IUM af rkwMa look and tender for eatl fMba a few meeitba ..* e.
ii.r d anamr h ,... f..auIT IRA .. HATOmaCMlaatf. I II. M>. o0at" OW44.41105 taBiallia 'rom. Young
af Daw. But af rbrMa. fcMrH: riarMa .. TaoMkta M bomb 'Nash I l Las II. Cash Nations ...... rMBM SMM1w fer mitMMr. I M KMf. nal.rata I* Anew MM arbj 1 ,
: N. Krom Ave. (poll
.. .
L ran ... __ ]. ArrMMM 11C... II. ... .. DM. ta tk. ca mew mt" Data, .... ataf I .n.
M .... In II.. CMwtr af Daw.MM I'I I TtoW.Th..a.ts..d. I
af ,-.. M rMararr* M CM.IMrrl MM. *tf, .s social XOTKI or ArrtM-AnoK FOR TI If TUB cit0'IT u.KVKNT*
i Ma. 7wM TW n... ml at NOTICE or APPLICATION rot T4tft .. .... woNiwo owned I WM ta use access. Dean 1 IIDKIAL < la( 470111:1. UNvNTTrVOBIDA.
MM lilmnHl aawr .... MM Conl_ to. ( MArtlE |tl 111. Ana af IUI.m. ,f, v.._ "U. "' .. KM 1 It .A..<>..T.
...... ... ta .... aaaw af CMaawiLat Na. A-IUI. CabM MM Mmrbato dean W/IIJ M. UnriCC. M HMKa GIVEN Not D R.j CaM Mai .....-r
". Ca* Manliui ... Wit NOTICE U HMRBT GIVEN dent AM .. wa.dt.w b .... 16. aa.wts describedMw..I..ln ....... balls af Oka af HWMk M* IMlI.AH M POOL na*Mi. .. WAITt
Bweh t. ran M. *MMtal>( II Adobe --. bidder ekee and Cis..if. W saw ta UM kvWal wMMM I w.atiar Illusional 9 9. bead B. MOM. rMoawotMU .
w m toe c.....t> at D4tk. >. I Tai CafllflniMi N. M)< .a4 Ml. owned .... Cut WM. *M* M Ik* Veto Mao do mA r5 ., ,_ A. D 1119. Ms rand rw. wvoacnH
Row rtI ....- so --... b C.r551.s4 Ik. Irt ta W Aa M. A O IIM kw tend Atr I* IW malt af __. Me, ar* .w ,....... b wad 5155.. and hr --'..; ar .( da'H a>M *_.< ,.,
Pa ,..., Th..raan.nt at wad la air afflM. and kw MMV awa.a- h IW Hk Wr af r/.1a Mk IBM NSA* rw w u Ik* Ml solid la use M.-. .uW '.,... iK.i to
saw low bad wnNh.4 11 ue. to a b. dwd b hn beard taw.. noted UM ISM mm* at 51',11.11T. I tows 0 :..:.:: with law. Mid :i: I Walls E. ..*. M. ....-*...( tl. ...-,
hand w. b MM af Vata.Uakw Sam. dgllh.tr w.tmn w ,.........1 B. B. LlATHlRjiAIIli 1 Sibs ass sea =- dorowRt agents kl a aw MiHiat .. ,... .... I
MM OrUflmM ... .. dome:: .raP.nt:: e6. Cow rtI Doh, tIo DsiMingo.PAM = m.tsed tt: 0,5Ney, yin.. ........ sad bin __ 10 M" ...
*4 aawMma ta .... UM nap MIMMM* L .. Mtoarf.MM. ""'., h as ps.
M..ta wM kr sow M Ik* hl rasa kHwM >I IE'a..", rtI Nam Ise 0541 Carr .... .... se, IT. Hbbak Ortataal. taIW : afaa4 .t'.... IM ..area.t -.:.:::
IMCaartkMMMMM UM Hrat MM. .... I. Taaraakb IT BaiMk. IUaM :If or 1111. e. llTaaJTT. IL 42, C. mt HlalMk, Cliair af Uw.MM sear her .aid Shad _
... ta the MMlk of January. low vkkkUM KM*. _..... I* Ana MM ar k*. ,.... L I' I.. ... 111't > r.-...... M M.krw.1 ta Orr.tlfto tore ka la mew tbs a*.i lot W-4-W-4-1. .
b Mto* aWr af "aawrr. I WL ta Ik Cww o< bad, BUM af ....- I '. N*. ... TW a M i..lf ser4. It r tots -sal
Sinew this Iltb .., \.a.wbr. HNL M. .. M .MirM.4 ta CMMfbaM Ma.MT T.i citct'rr roiriT. "* two IITJIDMIAL MM flM-rtr Mar IW MM Or aMni.lai ....-.. .. rid k. U r.
D LIGATN P.RM AN.Ci *. TW astrswa af MM r M.nrin I 4 IRCU11 11 AND rim .r ab 'I .w at U.. kr Maali. .. appear la use Hill af r.--
+t 01 ('I...... dal.Cir.dt I *" MM ..Wo..._ Yard WMta KADR I-THMTT. ...-'*..>.. IMrvAvrEar brw. aUlal tad ta said MMa DII40 Corer, "'"*-. the MM WOW. LWM .... I : ant .. a .b It. Irbw ......... An ...d.1the alb over af Dmaikn. A ;
Gat: sari : Nib" of ..lit a.at..... .. T.s...haT .. m ills HATTta or TR* OPTION 00 .,.. rtI R....... Cuff.m d D.M plat. sbasbl the .aval*. i af MM bell
by N. ('. IITUlm. IL C. BMIk ....*. M a.... aMUtabuM rtf rwrAITT utftmv*, ff ion FOR lass af ......... M eased ta CarUMMto ..n.bee labs r nonfood Is sow 1109.042" -
.i, ANl1. ... .. .ft'' > A_ MM ar ..... ta MM Owatraf AIlOr'",... I Ha. ... TM afMM .
r DaW. BUM af ".....". M .MkraMl 1101'11. or rrrrriow Pry ADOPTION r..ranr ... .... MM CanMraM I. .
IBrwrtTT rnva-r or Twit he C. 111... H. ...,. The .a MOTH b kmk the IM .... .+de- lass ... ta MM aaaM af Uakaaw. M b ...... &nows1 seat IMF win. h.ph11M.d ,
J i ,riEvKirTR"' jrntriAi. riBfi'tT fI r west af MM H.I.MIT aawr MM aaMOrWbau ...- sRt o w .r N.w.skw.I v.... sow fJvntfbwMl aWR W MMMM oar ark far fame -
f ruiaioA. AHA mB SASS coun- caned WM ta MM MM. at A. Di IMI al IM a-iMr't A. M aa*., ad .wrAbr .... to* dow win WMl =: :: N 1.a.ddak.d 4aAw MM 1ss.nr. v
b L TT n CBAMrnrROBERT XatkMtaa LM Drew mil all.. taaaaaf aWlnll..I *f M.> Ur. a. w ..k day atx. D--nobse. A. M CwMf Ned
: n ram rtai.Mfr .*.1 VakM MM CanlfkaMj ..... Ioo .* ) Caarl af KM ,towatk JaWtal .Maal 0. ;. -
SUIIS M rmilCR. IMMWac.imiMtB ad -ow.. ..... w _. d. alh.41tk..1. In sea few IaNer. Plalsa MpleffeleI POW lab late our or Baw..MK. A. 0. I IHa lab 0.w. ten
1 roa ri BINATMITOi wink be said r the blrbelt bodes'w N a. 1sad. 5mbewla-- w 111'1. K. t LCATHKBH Ml
lulls M. CRIER, tut .M* Pry Ms Gwlt.rC does as me Omt .- adraha i Sc them af UM MM. bier Used I' L UATHEMAM. Clash of riMan r,..,1ICkviM
an,.. w_ _. :I deer 60 as _..... '"1. sou r took dssM.r ... -......s.IYMARD dark af ClMaa Oarl. roM *wli .
TM an kafM I..I Fad aa.* M*>r.... MM rkb* kl UK ..k wr af Pruaiti*. IMT I NIMNICNT Dow r_r. nrtw.af lip II. SWIFT, Racer <>r
hat.,. UM ..k WI *T P. MJk.r. A. D'1 I DaM sob. Ilk wr af Hai.aM.. l..fJt UCLKN NIHNH.MTKM ... c. iTcairrr. D Caw Carr rfMlo fal riaMMft. late.
I*". M MMT raM ia man in ta MM i I Js W. AMaran far P.Isi..wIod1540..111N c/1.a5 C'_ aval. C'j 1 fW """.
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Twelve THE LEADER ENTERPRISEFriday, November 19, 1937t
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_ l t I IN THE WAKE OF FLOOD I II Excen: IIL'Il lB MIIII 'i1 No.II 2 cans I

yr lb. 111 cans

N :12c CjM 4.J.4 rU> 1.5c


r 11 Coffee Drip grind or PEACHES
percolator, lb.
N o. 27%: can ._ 18 c

Apples York 5 Cooking ibs. :l7c Royal Dessertsassorted Gelatin-

Long: Island Cobbler flavors

PotatoesI'lLLbliOltV 10 1.9c 3 pkgs ....- 14c
4 14 Stokley's ,


TIll Kin wu enacted!many times In refuses centers established by the FloiirVEGETABLES 20 lb.bag 95c
Red Cross during till -MlMlMlppl' Valley... flood. Inevitably fled 2 No. 2V2 cans 25c
bring the denser of dlxiM as drinking IOU *become contaminated and
large groups of people are thrown togtthor.The modletl.health service
.f the IUd Cross serves thousands each year,and U maintained by mom.korohlp laa Van "'
funds owrtribirtod..the organization tt the time of Its annual 3ans
Roll Call from Armistice Day U Thankoglvlna. Pork &
1 Fresh Meats i

16oz. can .1- 5c

Firm, IcebergLETTUCE Country RollBUTTER
Plan to HaveThanksgiving GEM NUT

2 heads.___ 15c 39 c OLEO.. I'
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