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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: December 3, 1937
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00152
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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THE LEADERENTERPRISEVOLCME




XXV-NO. 49 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1931 PRICE FIVE CENTS





I HARRIS UNOPPOSED FOR MAYOR I








CREW? LAYING .I Keen To lIom Rivalry stead.to Draw Redlund Record Game Crowd Tonight!I I I HALF-HOUR CAUCUS NAMES 10 .




UNDERGROUNDPHONECABLES First blood of the 193T-S8 basketball Redland both state their charges
FOR COUNCIL ALSO \WITHOUT
feud between Homestead are ready and anxious for the fray,
and Redlsnd high schools will be The vanity. game will be preceded ..I

drawn tonight when their teams by a game between the B

dub In, the Homestead school teems of the two schools whetwill NECESSITY OF BALLOTING
gymnasium l The keen rivalry commence at TH.

that has always existed between Homestead mopped up with a

the two schools and the food appearance core of 40-10 in ft* annual classic( ---I

Take Wires Under Railroad both team have madein with an alumni team a* the sea Poor Blamed for Crash i Five Present Councilmen
their opening will attract
game
to Route Down son opener Tuesday Bight in the
Among Those in Race
i a record crowd roil all school gym here. The high school Early Tuesday
4 Back Alley partt of the district,'"obaerwrlpreclJct. team hepped around, dribbled and MOrnin'j' for Seven Seats

;. hot like greased lightning and Heavy fog that .

KROME AVE SECTIONTO The Homestead lineup I Ia expected ran the graduate player ragged' of Homestead early Tuesday DR. J. A.S3IITII MAKES.
BE RID OF POLES to Include Sue. Martin The score:: by quarter 'teU; a'I morning is blamed for a collisionar
\ Bishop Little, Caves McUlchsel,|story of fairly good resistance it the Intersection el N W. Sixth I HARRIS NOMINATION

Citv Alm io Cable to and McDanicL RedUnd" pro))-, the start thai rapidly weakened M avenue and Eighth street which
Lay alga lineup will Include Chambers, the older boy got winded by the resulted in broken collarbone Has Done a Good Job. Let's

Eliminate Remaining Graham Vihlen Campbell and Jack-rabbit playing ot the undergraduates and I broken rib for Mr*. J. L. Put Him Back, He

Overhead Wires Edward: Coach Bleler of : first quarter, .-}; half Huitt, who is In Post Graduate Tells CitizensAt

Homestead and Coach Sorter of 14-4; third quarter. 32-S; last hospital
Neither Mrs. Clarence Hialllard.
quarter 40-10.
Preparations to remove an I
Only tee field goals were made driver of the other tar: nor Mr a caucus In which no balloting .
telephone poles from the business t tI
'MAXLOSNERE Huitt's small son and husband, was Tom J Harris
section of Krome avenue were begun by the alumni one la the tint necessary {
who were In the car with her.were unanimously dominated by
this week In keeping with I quarter and one in the last quarter was
an announcement recently made NEW PRESIDENT; I McDanlel was high man with Injured. The Huitt ttt was turn- ;citizens of Homeitead, Wednesdaynight
by the Southern Bell Telephone 12 points, and Little wa second ed over on Its aide by the impact to serve twe.years more as

aM Telegraph Co. with e. The line-up and sum of the collision. The other car :their mayor and MO candidate,
OF LOCAL BANK:mary: remained upright but kidded off including the free en the p-csent
An excavating crew began work ResMsteaJ fg. ft. into uncleared land at the tide of council! that are eligible, to serve

Wednesday on ditches in which I ___ !McDanefj! t ___ I 2 J I drive, Bear Redland road. .... nominated f,| the seven

be underground laid from telephone the Armour cables tortilla will Mix Loaner, Homestead merchant f+ .y 0 ata en the.fOa council ill et
ialfo I.
fllkd at
s.ui rmisf-be the eke-
ser warehouse south of the''tad- ,.was elected preridrat.t the $ 13 ftIS FOR
road on Krome avenue, to the alley first National Bank of Homesteadat Hue, t ___ 0 HOLIttle CHEER on Jan. II.
The meeting began at 0 o'clock:
that the Home a special meeting of the board c __._._ I
begin oppislte ,
and was over at '::30. Called to
J. 0
stead Grocery on S. W. First street of director Wednesday. | Sullivan e : : NEEDY PLANNEDIAS
Caves, g 1 i! order by Mayor Harris In accordance
and extends north parallel with Mr. lamer election as president ,
.._ 0 2 with custom the caucus chose
K Martin, 1
W. Second co-incident with his g
N.
Krome avenue to was : purchase
P B. Bird a* chairman and listened
McDanlel. I J 1
a lleLFrom of COII1roI1In.lntereat in the, g 1. CLUBSUNTE
Alwaial to a talk on the status of the
8. W. Tint street pole bank I move which he state was
'Earl Smith I __ 0 0 bond refinancing progress by City
the desire hare the ,
will carry the lines through actuated by to
C. Sullivan f 0 I Attorney Ira C. Haycock while
alley to the new telephone exchange bank become a wholly local lasti- Plan for the annual distributionof for
teller and checker ready
.1 got
0. Heckler f 0 I
building on N. W. Second tution. In keeping with this : Christmas packages to the
,D. West f ___.._ 1 0 :work they never were called on
street thought he said, much of the dock j I needy families of the Redland 'to
do.
An municipal electric light poles acquired by him will be made D. SuHlvan c __._ 1 0 District were laid at a meeting of When nomination for
mayorwere
nave already been elimlnted except available for purchase by local E. Rohrer, g ._ 0 I I the Christmas Cheer civic committee called for Dr J. A. Smith
I'I
Brown's Pharmacy O. H. DeUinger, g 0 I chamber of
commerce
for one by citizens j at the Harris
nominated Mr. In a speechIn :
aDd one In front of the city; He succeeds the late A. A. I Referee, Joe Mason. Del- building yesterday after which he outlined the work the
Redland. which swamped
bell, end the city will lay underground noon.
Payne who came here several present mayor had done In behalfof
Beach in Its first
High game
ray
cables from the alley at
from Panama City. to called Mayor -
year ago ot the season last week, held Miami The meeting wa* by the city (notably In carryingon
N. W. First street and across take the presidency of the bank. 17-29 Toe J Harris and a fundraising negotiation with bondholders
Military Academy to a
Krome avenue to eliminate these Mr. Payne succeeded the late victory the Redland gym Tuesday and distribution organization tor the refinancing agreement new

poles."SCANDALM"IS. Philip Uberman, Miami Beach night Somewhat exciting;I headed by Thomas E. Kirby about to go Into effect) Hi said
banker who financed the organi and was formed. (Continued on Page Fear)
but ragged, poorly played
sation of the First national Bank '
Civic group represented on the
marred by frequent fouling thecali'li
of Homestead In 132 largely required an overtime period Joint committee are: Homestead
NE\V\ FORD V..8 FOR
through the instrumentality of Mr. 'I
(Continued cm Page Four) Rotary dub by Thee J. Bleter;
OF SCHOOLPAPERJUST Loner, and provided -the community Redland District Lion Club by
NAME
with banking facilities Mr. Kirby, Woman' Club of 1938 ON DISPLAYIN

ter a lapse of nearly two years.A at-I POTATO ASSN. TO Homestead, by Mrs. Joel J. Robinson -

OUT ar member of the board of' ; Junior Woman' Club by

directors, Mr. Loaner has watchedthe 'Mia Pearl) Wbltaker: Homestead HOMESTEAD
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bank grow from I modest beginning ERECT BUILDINGIN P-T. A., by Mrs. Preston B. Bird
Volume One Number One of to an institution with more Redland P.-T. A., by Mrs. D E.Bashor
the Seandalier weekly newspaper than a half million dollar ha de- Homestead Business and Ford Vtypecyllnd< '- rs
of Homestead High School, appears posits. Other members of the GOULDS AREA t Professional Women' Club, by went on display this week .i Red

today in the form of three 1 board include, Howard E. Schaft .Mrs. Don J:. Terreyra.Distribution land Motor. Inc. local Ford dealer
.. offered this
mimeographed page of peppy, vice-president; Tom J. Harris, j of the basket of They.
new and student 'Vandal", available Thos. E. Kirby and C. L. dement. Plans for a headquarters buildIng groceries: and toy will be under year a* two distinct linen differIng
to any and all person at The new president of the First to house office and a meeting'supervision of the various church la appearance and pro.BMA
cents place for Dade County Potato are la the lowest price field
three a copy. National Bank of Homestead came !societies parell1tfteIIer.1attDnI -
The idea of school newspaper Growers Inc.. were mad last Ope Is a newtv-'rrled standard
a to this City in 1121 from Tampa sod local social\ welfare
originated! In the English department and'ea'red the department store night at a meeting la Goulds workers.Barrels Ford ...... In coupe Tudoi and

and the Junior class undertook business In which be Is still en Growers packing bouse, after rordor Daily types, powered Hth-
to get out the first Issue: gaged. HI belief in the future adoption. of the association's new are to be placed In al with the (1 or the go horse-urn
ly-granted charter. The building grocery store from Gould to V-8 engine. The t, indard tar
Billy Clark is ttJlt<<.bwhlel; growth of this city prompted him .
Madge Thompson associate editor to -lake heavy Investments In local will be financed through sale of Florida City. within the next few I are designed to meet requirementsof

Howard Thomueon.sports editor -I business property. advertising space hi the buildingto day, and patron of the torn the many motor car owners
and Banks Byrura, business ; firm with whom members of will be asked to aid in ftttmg the whose meant dtetato maximum
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the association do business, and barrels. Money boxes for small I first cost U
manager Mr*. Theo. J. Bleler; economy in a* w as
English Instructor and a sponsor of Spider Causes Crash nearly two thousand dollars has cash donation will be placed it l In malnlerinet and epettteg

+ the Junior class is undertaking I That Injure Pastor already been subscribed in this public places. costs:
sponsorship of the paper. manner. Other plan for financing the The other is a newlydesignedde

After the current issue, the work, The Bey. C. G. Nelson b '. er- The building win be located in drive Include the giving of i ben luxe line tat owners who desire

of publishing the Ecandalief will tog from minor Injuries and the Goulds area. preferably with efit dance by the Junior Woman'i additional style and appoint

be a school-wide affair. Two representatives bruises resulting wbea he attempt both railroad and lighting frontages dub, bridge and bunco parties and ments. Pottered only with the M

from each home room ed to brush a spider off his arm other eotertsinmeot. The com horsepower V-I engine the line

win act u reporter and these while he was driving and lost' The development of crop dusting mittee will be glad to receive contributions Include eight body types, the

with the editor and business man- control'ot hU ear. The speed of by airplane was traced at themeeting from anyone interest coupe. Tutor and Fordor sedans,

ager will constitute an editorial the ear we.broken by a young by Dr. B. R. Cbad. Dr. ed In providing a cheerful Christ 'at wen as the club coupe convertible

board. : palm tree before It was stopped H S. Wolfe horticulturist to nee to the underprivileged of the I cabriolet, club convertible

1'btWe Wonder1 column of the by larger tree. charge of the Subtropical E* community ,cabriolet convertible sedan seat

Seendaller promises to be a spicy The accident occurred near Mr. perlment Static here talked on The next committee meeting win the phaeton.
feature worthy of Its Miami Uftnamesake. Nelson.' borne on Coconut Palm plaflt pbyiloloiy pnd fee element be held Wednesday afternoon at I Th two line of ear have the

drive, near Redland Gre_ necessary for plant growth. J o'clock. I (Continued ea tap S1aof J



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Paw Two THE LEADER ENTERPR1FIRST KE Friday,_December 3, 1931 I
u-niiir lnm wit ...only wu
Discuss Merits\ of Code Ml, or athletic nature, and he I more normal social living, but w!I
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P.-T.
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SEMINOLE costumes must be approved by the lift tile .Ideals of our whole f IR

I Of Conduct for Junior High Pupils! prl..L. i munlty to a higher level" R
BAPTIST CHURCH "4 The po Icy of the nthool I Tb local aaaoclation wa rep
-- net always" bn to discourage: the I..s at the council meeting I
Consideration of a cod .f con "Believing that this normal ap- uw of cosmetics and to encourage .*. H. Stcffani. Mra C
FORMED INSTATE duct for high school pupil proach will cam Junior high the wearing of shoes and clothingtonducivo !Kite, Mrs:, A F Arthur Mn
It scheduled for the Dec! T meetIng school students to took forward to good health<< and J, Parman and Mr Ben Arc
of the executive committee of I with pleasant! itlcipatton to their tx....'()rt. in the *d;ool room.
11., 'mi Seminole Indian Rap the Homestead Paren-Teacher Aa- {:social life In later yean, "!1 Evening pirtn and enttrtninmenti Driver and Car Injured
I,-I! lui'i'j,' 'a organized In the SUit aoelatton. Grade mother and other I "We the parent and teachers: are to b 'qln not D b
df f,"i ida v. .ts admitted Into theM persons interested are Invited to of these children, desiring onlyto Inter than 1:00 and to end not later Avoiding llitchllikcrMr h
ems Buptirt Association at itl be preeaBtTh I be helpful conatructtve, and than 11*) o'clock, and should beat a
annual, meeting In West Pill "* cod In question wa* formulated co-optratlv, respectively submit the end of the week. Parent *. J. 3. Horton auf lilt,
lk'j iiti Iud week reported tht tgr the P-T A. of the I the following code: will please provide transportation bruises and minor tojurlei at *::2 1t'
Rev C. N. Walker pastor of the SnenmdMlk Junior HIP SdI ,) "1--No secret organuutlon. so.detltt. for their own children Tuesday evening when her CI( t t'd
First Baptist Church of Homestead of Miami, and wa given "1'1II.11 aororitlei or fraarrnltM I, .1 Alcoholic and tobacco to left the .highway a* she gave
on hi* return from attend Dade strictly forbidden al quick turn to keep from Injuring IIII
approval by the County I are tn exist In the Junior high ell form are
ante nl the meeting The India: Council of and Teacher, ClMMl I ill junior high school student a hitch-hiker who stepped out o
thw'ch. located at D nll. at a meeting held! Miami Beach'' "Entertainment sponsored gathering the roadway between Prlnat&o ('
has 18 members, even of whom Wednmday. I'by the Shenandoah Junior High., "Knowing that the success 0' and Naranja Her car to.r a
v I n l bapliard din-ing the put The code read: School for the students must br''Mi venture of social helpfulness and was wrecked.. i.
Near has Sunday School enrollwent "Believing that the tuMor high{ planned, Mpervtoed, and directed ,;depend upon the homes from Th hitch-hiker walked 0 ao
or II and an average hilda;, I
children we without offering assistance\ .
which these come aII
school l attendance of 3t, he eM. ochoot pupil want and need uld-1 by properly constituted authorityto ;I
ante In their social program,' | be chosen by the teachers or by urge the closest co-operation oi i IIt
Ton) contribution In toe U: BeUertng that fuhiaiwe the Parent-Teacher Auoclatlon !i the home with the school In "Pa what I* a secret w ,
rhuiihe of the association, etindinx .- given will do much toward developing "3 All school entertainment 'arranging! all school and private "Something a woman tell one I 11
to Key West on the louth, a normal social life, must be of an educational mul- entertainment W* believe such penon at a t.Ime.Ex.. l.
\\.1 Palm Beach on the north -- -- --- '- -- --
end 1 1 Okeechobee on the west "
amounted to 1231,32117 for the I II
i. n just ended an increase olin 1
">K than U per cent over the 1..
total, laid Ur 1I
I u Mima year' 1l I"
AA11110
Walker who till been clerk ol l.
tit" association for many year. uncincj
H.ipii.m totaled: 880 this year, I
"", compared with IOIJ lat year II.Ib
Total church membership was I

* for 12.188 lad of year compared Sunday with school 12,021 enrollment TWO NEW FORD V-8 CARS FOR 1938 ..

12,198hI.. year; 11,399 .i

but year C't
There was, an Increase of 39 C'I
BVPU organization. Missionary I
contribution Increased 12,500, I
piston salaries increased more
than 110.000 and the total value oli JI
i-"H'h' property almost doubled
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w of the members I I
.i ,,Vices, and toot 1
I 'I tin ituu'i IW-n 1
-I,! lament program
i i 'v of the Redland I II I' '
,,' Club I Tuesday nit;!I'\

oif! '..i.rs to. the evi'n''iu
:Ali: 'mde Allen, prvsiduf ,'
:, 'I i W.'lu'"i 'i.r, vlce-pit
!11 l s'htt..leOxley, :*." ( %>I1b
Tom '1 1\,"ibrrt, tail tit < IRWIN >I
I Mr*. Late i I'llice Pope I ,.r i it
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Proceeding tor the moat part I
W u' hilarious particularly when
Mi. Allen produced rolling pin I
THE DE LUXE THE STANDARD
In lieu of a gavel a* an Instrument
gmi.'nl.t.td to assure "peace' at I HORIaPOWER 60 OR IS HORSEPOWER I
the meeting" The clubmen were
fined indiscriminately for a variety -
f
if amusing "11IIOI\"
Women Judges lahe weekly
list h' umtcat were Mr*. E: H.
Cil'ihir, Mr. Geonge Cooper and
Mr W H, Oweni. Uon Core WM
dt'd.11'f'dhe winner of the men's
contest, and Mr*. Wallet TeltxMi
took the! women' ehamplomhlp.

The ,entertainment program In- DI inn FORD'.'." .IU. eukeelb.wt SMe'nepr we esseloal STAND 10 fOlDI 112 esAsslbset 's or 60 ...._
dialed two aoiectiuoa by Mia Japes-.' 4U. pr as.faej I.".. ... tsy.ddlas SaB......' c_
Phi Ills Walker, memo contralto User forte IfoUar .r BrMIId.Iu1 -1441" Pain Rid.t .w..l be' ay.t BreMdoIA or JleIteII apks&
of Miami, who wa accompanied trial Twin trust Nil Rot am etoni Clack: tMf blob -.,. JV.*alr tan fa Oars Melee osy'f 1aA-a trial On
Mr Miss Rebeeea' Maher of Red Urea Whist, *Ut...", are east I Mr gyp 1I t Colors tail oak, so elMri Tui aSanut J My r/feit 1 cobra.T .
land school faculty, and songs by
the "PI.,., WoouV quartette, ,
competed of Mr*. Claude Camp- .
I-K-II! MM Ralph 11 Done, Mr*. ow offer two new car for 1938De Lux car ara equipped with the 85P 1\ I ( E S Poe Caret tratrvcatn at
DTTKXT VISA
-t AXU
Richard Kinard and Mrs. B E. Jf the Standard Ford V-8 and the De horsepower cagier only
Cabin all. of whom._ drained Lan Ford V8. They an different in ap The Standard i*evui lower priced thanis .,,,,-, Font VI (M fct.)-Cen.. |SM|

in backu id* costume Introduced the pearancv-but built to the same high the Do Luxe. It hla graceful new line Tsdor,8thlFeeder,161t. thanelardEmiV.I
b the president pro-ten a*
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.(!!J-c..p. $429, 7.&r iii ,.....,
w ,wld' greatest hula duncer were standard cl swag asks excellence -M ;lid rcl-taior J liitertut*-ttiui a tLukw s
'71.. P. In Fern V.. (tS>|t._.n.Iythe.ehuaia. )-
Pratt and Walter Talbott of I
Charles engine also -85 or 60 bonep wer.
C.apt6I9 Tsdt 821111 fenhw, '77* Co
suitably costumed for the act. t | >
liked 193 Before Ford made Y
Because car ao
people our -type 8-cylmder eDo
Deputy Dtatrlet Governor EaritM felt Calls c..,., 'Uta
'ddJotm., of Miami Iritucted Dr. well, they bought nv>r. than of another guises available to every one they were CovertGCa* Ceape $so1109,0%tau psnake. t

A. M. Loran and Hunter O Hardinof They 1ikeJ'1t1oola. Its aroootk nosed only in eipowlve: car*. Since then CMrerULU segue, tMi.ftaaJard .
Homestead a* new member ofOw performance, and the tray It handled* four million Ford owner hate learned
e4 D* Lam ear eqnlpp1 with
'if 7J club member. which now hw a relen| han improved on that car in the newly the genus enjoyment" of driving an eight fcanpert bas per gaarJa, ipare wheel lira, !

atyled Standard Ford V 8. cylinder ear with -around economy. tab, lire kck .ni kaoA tiger lifkiit, twin
But Some folk wanted still snore iit The thrifty"6c 'engine,especially: ,wakes kerns aod a.*dllhl boas fadkaier ea ....,,f

r NATURAL! GAS ; and style with the tame Ford adrinUge possible in Standard model a very low .atari p-IMIaa ae extr cleanse.

For them,wa deaigned a new Do Laze line. Ant cot sad equally low operating coat h addition,its to can are eqaipfw1 with
vaa be w4 h ANT make TbeDL xFi tdV8Sd nr loitec With two diatiaed designs two taw tail lifbt, wlaiUil U ,lp ,, tan bari
I bottled ga at:.*.. ell I| 0 enginaaie lie V In*, stewing wheat, glove'eeatparVMat
with mart room larger luggage pace and two price range, yoall tai a lack deck, and sinews wheel beads,
I k'isgtl. D6 U*.. U N. 1tfaInt.| ud finer appointment all around. 1938 Ford car to tit your needs "Mil!,. at a* aura charge !
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_Friday, Decemher_3,1937! .' THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Pa're_Throw _

the DeA CwMty juveals aaurtla the general meeting ........ tel|slag, lilt Hadlsa OHMHet Ca*t>-I lot governors were T O. Ptche,
TWO $5 PRIZES eciwAiled to be the apaaker.InitrutnenUl W. M. rhea, preaUant j erstlve Association U studying la R Swinty, B. a PuUen Jams
I selections will be The fish supper will be prepared]venous propeaaaj to reflaance I iMeCready and V. I,. Hrrt. Another -
LISTED IN LOCAL i given by Or. H. S. Wolfe, Oeorge by Chat J. Caves who la well)tilt project and set trie macklawry I 1 meeting of the new board to
,Prick, and Dr. Carl Itobtasoa. The known in the community for nil of the community canning plaint'discuss future activities' will be
z i Rev. George Dvuel will give several .Mah-tryinc abiWy.I j''la motion here again this winter"ailed' shortly.
AMATEUR HOUR readlnoa. I I The eommtttat in charge of the l! In a letter read by Thomas. B:
This will be the last meeting of supper, seating and other arrange- ;,Kirby retiring president, at the
the union this yew tinder the administration -I emit Includes Albert Caves, I annual membership meeting last
Two five dollar cub prl.rel will of the present offi I j chairman, Jaw L. Burton, Harold II j Friday the state beard. of social Tomato
be given in an amateur hour to beheld cers. A new board of directors will Sheffield, William B. Rhaoey and.I welfare, through C. C. Oodrlngtan,
In Neva King Cooper School be elected from the various George Cooper and Thoj. E. Kirby 'state director consented to retention
auditorium it II p. m. Friday Dec churches of the community early I Distribution of tickets for the I I of the nllichl....,..IB Homestead Plants
IT under the sponsorship and tot In January and these new directorswill fish fry baa been directed by a if the association would arrange -
the benefit of the art lil\d music chows officers for the com- committee composed of John Wy-j I[ to resume operation. Otherwise a J
departments of the Homestead mgyear. I song chairman, George L. Swan the plant Is slated for removal
school and frank Slillman to soothes pint of the tlatrnher
five will The organization, believed to be Cnrtkam Red seed
One dollar prize be ., it can be placed In active Ofebe
warded to the bent act put on by the only one of Its kind In the service treated; plants sertywl Plata
,
children of school age and under late, was formed one year ago bJ'IlrouP CO-OP MAY IEEP:
a of Redbmd District Inertness -, At the election of officers and frees out own sesaeylvaaia-
and the other five dollar will be
given to the belt act by persons men for the purpose of pro- CANNING PLANT;board of directoit which followed grewn seed. Ready to to- H.M
rciollM Christian fellowship andto the biHlmto"'*!oii. Charles O, -
above school .... Thus persons ar LOW "C. L F. -r a pull
aaaiat in advancing the moral Turner ",II tlrii.nlmously elected
of nil age, whether In school or HI\,
not, will have chance to competefor and spiritual welfare of the com- IF IT OPERATESForeseeing ,'president of the co-operative and
ntinlty It Is Interdenominatlon. Mr. Kirby chosen tifaaurer.Othvr .
that extra Chrlst-
a prlx meant
il In scope and draws membership ntt.c'rv re-elected were WILLIAMS BROS.
mal money, points out Mn. Margaret -
Mill, music supervisor. 'from nearly all of the churches in I i ; short; ; but heavy Pled Fuch, vlcp-pmldont, and
"Any person who can sing, the district The only requisitefor |I farming season with an abundance I Leo & Bishop, tecretery gloated Phone BSl'M
whistle, dance, play any instrument : membership Is attendance at of surplus field produce for ...-,to serve with them on the board
Imitate, tell stories, recite .-----
poems or put on a black face act
hat a chance to win five dollars
in cash and have plenty of fun besides -
," she aald j TteLowgear
Winner will be determined by
S C pMO
the volume of applause.
Posters to which application
blanks are attached will be placed twins
IB various plum In Homesteadand ;,
surrounding communities,
and those who with to enter can
do to by tearing off an are "gas-eaters"!
tion blank, filling It out appuca.1
Ing It at once to ,
Homestead School, Homestead,
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Proceeds above expenses will
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; _Pave ."Four THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday December 3, 19.17 .


THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE to run were Wm. Musselwhit. .
LORID I W. H. Woods and B C. Murphy .

Published Friday at tlomelUad. The custom has been to nominate

Fla.. br the Booth Did QES/DE/VCE two candidate for each office .
but the chairman call
Co. for
Publishing
pLDt I
( vii ofineKin addition; rouncilmatic nominees

NSftCIII\ "'_-' Editor / FAMOUS /NNE cah I produced no results Since fewer
MARJORIE LEACH ARCHERAssociate : I than 14 I had been nominated for ,

._ Editor erMYE S. I the seven council seats, the tea
candidates named were declared+ ?

Entered M second class man placed in nomination. .

utter Msrrh 5. 111%, .! the post I Responding to a call: for
.(floe at HomesUsd. Florida, wider 'speech, Mayor Harris said he- :
UK Ml of March J. 1171.StB. I was left somewhat speechless: by j
i the flattering voe of the caucus,
I I but pledged that If elected he woulddo
PRICE. 11.00 A TEAR
I his best to deserve the conliI .
dence shown In him.Candidates .
I I I for either mayor or

I, D. Clapp: Requiescat in i council in addition to those nominated

Pace by the caucus may be placedon

the ticket by petitionBASKETBALL,
04- I t
Br T. D. Plchi 4

I knew him long a man of unassuming I
mien I ::1'

Who loved to labor with Uf hands, '
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tell of now and storm and
And ; to determine the winner. Sixteen I
I
cold I fouls were called on the Miami jI
y And' sunny youthful days out I I cadets and nine on the Redland i

\" "t, players Palmer, diminutive \

( a i+ pioneer tittle rang I Miami forward, ws easily the outstanding ,

In I lain all 'r i II 1 i i seW seemed n man; on the floor with

t" have fused", i H w .ey.74t 13 points to his credit Edward,
Y center for Rrdland, was high scoring -
Ai I cnh good prir\ailt rt.
man foi his team. n
A K'od, like rugged thrift of tlm-
The lineup and summary:
her, "*4 Redland fg. ft. pf.
Nurtured In u rocky soil on tableland K. Chambers g '. _.. I 2 J

I E. Campbell g .. ...,.. 0 3 1
Ab..'e the scheming world.
SFFLO R. Edwirds c ? "_ ', 4 3 1
Thi,'y told me he had died / ; F Vihlen. f ._._- 1 4 2

And there I joined the rest In E. J. Graham, f.... ..._. 0 2. 1

dumb farewell c 2EATU.eES Leggett g .._h_' 0 0 1 \
But I was cneei!ed and felt no pallof '.

gloom < 14 I i
While| looking on a face that bore .
Miami MIL Academy f,. ft. T> .
No can of grim defeat, nor mar Bean g ._..... 0 0 4 '
j of suffering f..,. Almost hidden by beautiful tropical foliage in the splendidly equipped laboratory adjoining Morris, t ..._.._ 0 1 4

And even blight o< Wry times is a modest Forty Myers home built the old Edison home. Blnni, c .. _'.' 2 0
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.1' dimly undefined. .: :::. 6 1
by the world famous Palmer, f .
Reflection of an upright life shone over inventor fifty Thomas years ago A. Edison. At the timeit In some mysterious way the curious Center, f.... .. .. ..... .. 4 I .1 I
,
And through culled a the fading Mind form.away from was constructed, the villagers did not :Mollusk, XENOPHORA which inhabits Coldiron, g ...._._ m' 0 0 I '

aelfTo realize that they had a genius in their Florida waters, picks up pieces of shell j
+ contemplate I conquering peace midst. Today the old EDISON HOME on or other hard materials and securely cements J 11 SCarl 18

and evident content.: McGregor Blvd. is one of Florida' most them to the growing, edge of its own
Content tot one who toil to wearirus interesting show places and visitors to the low conical shell for protection. When mature Anderson Now Heads

I and leave the talk charming: city always want to see where its surface is so solidly covered with Homestead Odd Fellows :
+I To .ountor homo and wash, and the great inventor lived. ft is said that the fragments, that it is extremely difficult 1

I v. inn hit hands, { incandescent lamp, the phonograph and the to distinguish the strange creature from Carl Anderson was elected noble .

And;healthy: take some leisure food. and bask in I Edison storage battery were all perfected its shelly surroundings.no grand of the Homestead I. O. 0 F.
Tuesday night
Re"+,timg near art evening lamp. -
Other officer elected were: vicegrand -
-Ion Bu-Ud-f
This life; appealing admonltwn,I a House waahin' of dishes call for other nomination met W. Y. Bush; recording
crying to unhappy men ril be where loud anthem will with silence and after decent secretary, B. C. Murphy; financial
Who set their store by thing of 111 build me a house-well, Idon't always be rlngin',
Interval motion
a W4* made and secretary A W Jones; treasurer,
senseAnd know of what, for It IIIn'tmuch But bavin' no voice I'll be clear of carried that 1:. A Buchanan; three-year trus-
unanimously the
slavish strife for wealth; money the money I've got; the slngln'; nomination tee, C M. Barrow: grand representative -
A benediction, brooding on his but I'll build me a house, if it* roof Don't mourn for me now; don't for mayor be closed and' to the grand lodge In

gathered friend, I Is of thatch with a rock for a door mourn for me never that Tom Harris be certified as Orlando in April, C. P. Crinold;

Among bright flower In the quiet : step, a thong for a latch. Yes, rm goln to do nothln'-forever :, the only" caucut nominee for thtt and alternate to the grand lodge,
til build me a house build house
room, an' ever office Joseph Gay,
bade him revolr.Nation's of my own and of logs or of lumber
The day we an I Anonymous. Coumlbnatlc nominees were I The Installation service Will
of brick of atone for I '
or ; Frank a Qua Joe Burton, J. G. take place In January.
OrangeTreesU want me a. house, be It plaster or Three Ways to Look Wynn, B W: Morris, Henrv'I I

pine, and lidoesnt much matter,' Brooker, Jr.,--aO members of I I "I asked you not to toll mother
I It's Some one ha said: "There are
mine.
a* long a* the
present council and E. C. what time I came In last night,
( s Dept. of Commerce Report) three to look. If want
way
you
I'll build me a house-well, per. I Chronlster, Tho E, Kirby W R. Mary
Areas of commercial orange hap on a hill, or below in a hol- to be wretched, look within; if Bird, David Frederick, Sr., and "I didn't sir I merely sold thatI
product1, are restricted by climatic I low It heaven to will; but ID you wish: but to if be distracted, lookaround I, Dr Frank Hausman Other wa too busy with breakfast M

condition, about! tlYO'thlrdJ{ build me a house, on the highlands ; you would have who were nominated but declined notice th*'clock," Ex.
look L,
of tli+ country' orange tree being .or low, tot the wife and the kids peace up-D. Moody. I

In ten counties, six of which 'and a chicken or *o. Oh, til build II

are in California and four in Flor. me a house, for a man' not a man CAUCUS :I
idn .nordlng to a special report who com sort of way cannot figure NORGECome
reli I -",'H by Director William L. or plan to build him a house, be It
An"tin+ of the bureau ot the ertuui mighty or email for the six of the tContlnlJoto't on Page Four) ,
of t id, department of commerce house doesn't matter at an he believed he voiced the sentiment ,. ,

Thus r.'lease shows the 100 leadIng I -Author Unknown *f those present when hr said
he would like to Mr. Han ,
counties In the number of see i h ; I
orange trfeot all age Including Good Heaven In office without oppositionHe I

Safasumits and tangerine These pointed out tnat the present ,
ten counties produced 58.U5.7SJ Here lies an old woman who always mayor had not sought that office. i

field boxes, or 81 percent of the i wa tired, but by of the fact that hews TWO
United State total. In 1U4 The She lived in a house where help president of the council at the I y FOOD91NIMt
state: of California In 1.35 had wa not hired time, it had been forced pn him I Tusks LONGER --
at.a percent of the tree In the Her last word on earth were: ,by the dealt of the elected mayor, ri"to

country, and Florid, It.I percent "Dear friends I am ,oln' 3>a*. T. Harper, last spring
Where waahm aint done, nor "He hat done a good job of It,I
peepin! nor sewln'; an we ought to show our appreciajuu .
'
Oi with their highly Im-
antes
vitamins But evwryUtuti then h ....H liy iiwluftg huu ui Uimamous -
portant are Increasing
to my wishes, choice for the coming election
In popularity, being used extensively For where they don't eat there' Dr. Smith concluded. AI .h and act this sensational
In the every day diet Dur- refrigerator that'
maintains Lower yrt
ing the five-year 1930 to
ff= temperature, MAO .Ylf*
humidity, at
103$. the number tree
In the Tatted State increased 111 GROW FOR QUALITY No Increase in Current Cber. wAR114\

per counties showing : with 9 duYcnat
N\CO BRAND fertlllm have, la simple laD(u(.. "'0& what dXvariationsl =2='
these 100 foremost counties ole
I U take*" "ben It comes to producing QUAUTT. For those
are in Florida, 17 in California 1J
"h* are not convinced we erg you to ne ion sad
In oulalnns, 14 In Texas fOW'I DOwII/
In Miwlwippi. and two la I COMPARE: RESILTS .*mrjrr"\ $

Alabama and Arizona. The production .. AI LOW &I L eeREDLAND 50
of orange In the Gulf I/ NITRATE AGENCIES COMPANYCarl .

States other than Florida and
Tc-',II depend largely on the! F. Warner Agent APPLIANCE

Satauma a much hardier orange X. rUsler Ave rM U lUeoesU**. rta.
than Uw grown In other j.203 N. Krome Avenue Homestead, Fla.

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nrmmnunnllnlUnmrnmmn- !llII1D Fla. I[day at the Miami Hospital after

Burrel L Joiner, Company Dt an operation. :
Slat Re,. Infantry, Chattanooga,I-The revival services In the IIIE. The Redland attle-; I
20 Years Ago Tenn. I :. Church conducted by Rev
Herschel Parham, Key Watt Wm. J. Carter, have been productive By SlUHLKT IIAKKN1S3)
Naval station, U S. N. R F, Key of much good Mr. Car- .
IUUUIJ Ulmnwmnnu11lInUl1UI111II West, Fla. tel U lilt able preacher, and delivers -- -
Hal V. Parham, 3rd Company,I a straight gospel message, The eighth grade girls, sponsored They Invited Chief Maaaiaoit and
5%. pea.a. ... so.. devoid et sensationalism but full
.w Mrs. Zeta ninety braves.
*."" nn. like : the a..W: C. A. C. Fort Scriven, Ga.Q by S. Polk were
9.t. m't..WItd..d M. Ilk Asia, Mark Fletcher, 107 Aero, of power and directness In charge of the To come and make peace with
program presented -
:
as ow News VS.sd& ;....
"J H. has
aadi Kling bought the them In those days
:i\ -.......-a" a,. 1"., .eta e. ___ Squadron, Aviation Depot, Gar,, Morrison house in Florida City IN assembly Friday morning

i den Clt). L.IN.V. ,' and U now preparing a foundation Dee. 3. Dora Scott conducted Tilt roo
Dee i. 1m Paul Mengenbac, Headquarter I tor a new house It is statedhe the devotional" and the

-"! .. T. melee Jr, to expected Co., 324th Infantry, Camp Jackson -: will move the oM house OB the communttyvslnging war led "by Apologies to Carl Sandburg)
borne ever the Christmas BolUtays Columbia, & C. I back of the lot." (Florida City). Miss Rebecca Fisher The number The tackle comes
to vWt Ms parents, Mr. and Mrs W. C. Mead, Company C., 324th I xw..w.wr..s. on the program included a On big flat feet
Coor: Fuchi Their daughter, Infantry, Camp Jackson, Columbia -I reading by Carol yh ginia Lee, a He sits, looking over the situationOn
OtheOa, Is also expect the*" S. C. I I REDLAND F. F. P. : piano solo by lia Jean Irwin a silent haunches.
. -The 3-1 Club met In the Domestic Paul Z. Camp 20th Aero Squadron -I Br WUtta Bnley reading by Marie Bashor, andseveral Then plops the halfback
$ Science Mia Aviation Depot, Garden. City accordion selections by Face In the mud,
Helen
ak"p"'lldlftl- room.. U I, N. Y. I I Marjorie Fogle. The guest leaving him In a eompleoc fog
Atlas Membersresent' Geo. Barcus, 128 Aero I tote Executive Met speaker wu Dr. W. W. Wlllian And then moves on
Crawford M1BeL Squad.j The State Association ot Future who li -Penn
e* Kchey, Mrs Frank Ray Miss ron; Newport News, In chart of the B. Y. P. Punch Boyle
E0m: Ray Mrs C. B. Cain, Regiment 2. Co. Z.See. Farmer held Us executive V and Sunday school work of -- -
And MrI. L., C. Beldler Robert* .Butter, 4, U. S. N. Training/ CampCharlestton meeting last Friday night In the state.We For history majors v.. kindly;
S. C. Gainesville Warren Wood, aUf outline the rise of American clvUliatlon. -
---"We learn from the SI Augustine Hugh Johnson, U. S. Naval Vol. president who Is state secretary, print this poem to prove .
Record that MIL J. B. Parker, Miami, FlaLester reported that among the most Important that two heads are better than 1929 Marathon dav.t.era.
, mother of O. B. Parker of Home- Sparkman, Co. 4, C. A. Item of business was the one, at feast when composing 1930 Tern Thumo grlf
.: steady pasted away a few days C., Fort Scriven, Ca. making ot a program .f work for poetry. The following poem was 1831 live sitters.
ago after an Illness" extending evera Herbert Sparkman, Co. 3, C. A.I I.the state association. written by Margaret Stlllman and 1813 ".. MW puts'*-.
long period.. l C. Fort Scriven Ga. I Future Farmers Initiate Rosemary Hetmfngton students 1934 Uoi calling con' ''*.
-"An Interesting program hast Gordon Lee, Key West Naval" Last Monday night the Redland of M.... Carter' sixth grade clans 1935 Scratch stet the top
been prepared for the a Y. P. U. Station, Key West, Fla. Future Farmers held their regular THANKSGIVING name and send a dim.."
meeting on Sunday night In the Jim Vann Co. 7, Sec. 4, Re,. 2, meeting In their club house DAY 038 NRA quar'.t Tieme
Bapttot church, In which the following U. S. N. Training Camp, Charles i A Future Farmer Initiation was In the year of 1821. song: 'You Made Ma What I Am
will take part Rita Fitch, ton S. C.Walter. held Those initiated were: Elmer The Pilgrims crossed the lea. I
Tom Vann, Ethel Nixon. Mrs Hearn, U. S. Training, Hampton Billy Campbell, George They did not know that in yearsto
Hill, Mrs Williams, Chesley Camp, Key West, Fla. i I Grunwell, Allen Hartford, Chas. ." come, Suprem. .
Saundeta Cecil Hook Miss Eunice E. A Woodbury, U S. S. Alabama Behrens, Jr. Cecil Parker and Their country would hold you and I
Nixon and Miss Hamon" I N. Y. P/0., N. Y. City |i/Herman I Byara.i me. P.-T. A. to See Movies
-"List of the Sooth Dade boys D. D. Wetherill, Sec. 2, Co. 1'1 i Chas Behrens, Sr? and Henry
Used Classroom Aid
who got Thanksgiving boxes containing Reg. 2, S. D. T. Training Camp!i I Behrens were our guests. The night was cold and bleak, I as
homemade cake sad candy Charleston, S C i iI And the ship was sure to leak:
; tangerines* ortngee, cheese, E. J Dyal, Naval Volunteers., I Seine Jet So they landed en the New England The Homestead Parent-Teacher
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pickles and ether edibles: Key West, Fla. I Two sailors were taking their short, Association will have a demonstration
Private Jesse E Gossman, I R. M. Kendrick, Co. 1, Sec. 1, I first ride in a Pullman and they There to stay and worship more I''r of the use of moving pictures
r as a classroom aid at Its December I
Headquarter Company E24th 2nd Reg U. S. Training Camp, both retired at the same time The They began to build homes
new
meeting a week from Monday, In
Infantry Camp Jackson Columbia Charleston, S. C. I one In the berth hearing a
upper Made of logs and plastered rock I the Neva King Cooper School at
.. CHellrJ James M. Murray, Co. 3, C A. commotion below, leaned out between Not so very far tram the tea, I o'clock.
HI SneH. 4tfi. divisional c. Fort Scriven, Ga. the curtains and whispered: Ia the land where Uw you ud me. Ira The demonstration will be made
squadron, Kelly Field, San An- Gier Chubb, Co. M. 124th Infantry .I Buddy, are you all right down, by Cordon S. Cook of Fort Lauderdale *
tonio, Tex. 2nd Florida, Camp Wheeler there?" They decided to have visual education consultant.
Ralph B. Clark. U. S. V.....Se"naJa Macon, Ga I Well, I got my duds off But ing Day Thanluliv.1
Revenue. Cutter. Wilmington, : Roland Soper 13th Co.. 4th Bn., .how do yea get Into this Uttte On which they must l -)
14. C 138th Depot Brigade Barrack c lI.mmocltr'-Ex. pray WANT ADS PAY

J:. Jt-'CrewVy, Camp ,Jackson, Q I, Camp Johnson, S. t> I Ii
S. C. Bill Draper, W. E. Aviation Sec. {
Frank B. Rue U S. If Granite Signal Corp Hampton, Va.
r State) Mth Street, New Yurk Frank E. Patton, Headqua1'teral
CIty. I M. O. J C., Fort Ogiethorpe, Ga. I CA Srellabi
Ronald Allen, Company D. 52nd O. S. Patten, 3rd Co., C. A. C.. I
Light Infantry Chickamauga Park, Fort Scriven Ga. I
Tenn. I Neal Davis Co. M., 124th Infantry .
Robert L. Snell C. Property Camp Wheeler Macon, Gi:
office, Military Branch, Divisional I Arthur A. Thompson. Co. M ,
Base Hospital, Chattanooga, Tenn I 124th Infantry Camp Wheeler, s p
Albert Moore, Medical Department Macon, Ga w Vv
Fort McPherson, Atlanta, Geo. Walker, 108 ,\,.i Squadron -
GA. Garden City L I N. Y"
A. H. Armstrong. Company A, i -"Lieut. Leach who 1M on a furlough .
51st Reg, Infantry, Chattanooga, has lust arrived on A visit
Tenn to his father, J. M. Leach." (flor-
Elmer Petltt. U. S. N. B. F. Key ida City).
West, Fla.Robert -"The Masonic Lodge of Home
Suggs, Company I, Sec- stead were notified to be at the
tion 2, Regiment t U. S. N. Train. lodge rooms In Miami to attend I c4i
ing Camp, Charleston, S. C. the funeral of Leonard Gold Penny -
Chas. T. Fnctu Key West Naval I on Thursday afternoon at
station, U. S. N. R. F., Key West, 330.: Mr. Penny died on Tues- : i
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BEAN GROWERS: NOTICE !i


: 11134 AUBURN BROUGHAM sale price this week 325.00 I
'Good finish: good upholstery; onl). Hurr :
; 5 GOlD REASONS
$6 per runs like new car: 300.00
good mileage left 1929 FORD COUPE: has lots ot FOR BUYINAi !
bushel I good mileage left; make good ,. PIED CAR Wpearance I II
I 11133 roaD SEDAN Its apo car for glade work> 50.00. :

Giants Tendergreens Bountifuls : is good; plenty of good cheap. 1 pas =" d tae :
mileages, For Sale with an Oil. sew vow Chow
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11133 CHEVROLET COACH eat e aaaswnr
Blacks and English Peas I that eounta-to the first lucky checked see.......,seed-
buyer at this low 250.00 Motor carefully over ,
1Ie..n-4
and tuned good
price : upholstery ; 2
to them
i i tires fair; has that famous ....PIN"..d aisle -: :: owe
11121 REO SEDAN Big roomy six cylinder 250.00 .........
$9 per ; car; custom made body:; good enl1rKt. 326 ......vote .w ear use

I fives; good finish. Will 75.00 O.s'a"r.d. OJ.N4.. .... i .
bushel last 11134 CHEVROLET MASTER -.sae a'av mare -, .
not ae this prlet.
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Business Coupe food paint Y. 1040 dip.
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Fordhook Limas 11130 CHRYSLER COUPE:; good mechanically OK' a ear you
: dependablt car; priced to wit win be proud to' 300.00 5 1w Ow..at WIN..lime d : :Ib.N taw, t

i fa.t. First come gets I' 75.00 drive. meads .. 0446 of d.psad.ataat

These seeds are all new iropWyomingr grown. : this low price. 1.37 FORD PICKUP 601034 -,..- ,

Extra high quality CHEVROLET: Rumble horse power; rood mileage;
seat coupe-Big, roomy comlooks like new traded in on a 1930 FORD S W BASE: cab and ;
;fortabfcj dependable Like" new 1938 Chevrolet true*. Special body: goad light truck good
in a lot of respects Backed by price this week 425.00 price Going ills 10000 4 4an
Grantham Seed Store "OK" that counts: Special only. week at a cheap price ,
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ruovEn i BIRD CHEVROLET COMPANY

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Pwe six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, December 3, 1937 J


cloth la optional In the closed de Funeral Services Held i and shower room facilities at.the, after a tutu enact by William & J

FORD I luxe (can tan hand buffed antique 'pool bath house, which has been I Geronimo, Florida City iMrshaJj'
finish genuine leather or taupe Saturday for I. D. Clapp closed for lack of attendance during !'deputies located and arrested tbs x-
,
bedford cord In the convertiblesand the winter months ATI attend negroes at their work four day."
fCo unmet From Pig One I Funeral 1 service for I. D. Clapp I .
tan leather in the phaeton ant will be on duty 24 hours daily later. '
game ? iptu"'d V-8 chassis. but The seat cushion and back of the 19 pioneer resident of Homestead -: In compliance with state board of T ..;.
their sMmg i ty distinctly different i umbel teat In the convertible cab who died Nov. 25 after an health regulations Jackie watched the nurse while "1.

The df luxe can are larger in I riolet to finished In artificial leather illness of several week In the I An offer by Councilman FrankB. she weighed the new baby. Finally"

appear ma,,. The hood hm been Post Graduate hospital, wen conducted Rue to tease to the city, fort he could contain himself no long
lengthened Its nearly vertical I In the standard line mohair and Saturday In the chapel of three years without charge a I er

front It carried In a "V" well) down broadcloth en optional In can Turner Funeral Home by the Rev !:I! suitable site on S. Flaglcr "Do you mind telling me what K

Into .the radiator frill, with the I'equipped with the M horsepower, W. J. Parker, pastor of the Home. was declined when avenu'l my father paid a pound for him?"
familiar v-a emblem at the tip I engine. The mohair I* available I stead Church of the Nazarene. !j'Ben W. Morris produced he asked.-.ExCompare.
of the "V" Horizontal linen of the only on special order In the 80 Active pallbearers at the burial I]! mate of $900 for the necessary I
grille b:,n and the louvre are i I horsepower ears.I In Palm Cemetery, Naranja, were: building and plumbing.
echoed In a bright ruiUeH steel I The driver seat of all cars except I David Fredricks, Sr., W. F. A. Robertson II I The city wlU offer concessionsto
D. H. Oellinger, E. :E. Bailey -
band which li carried along the the phaeton are adjustable private Interest who will agree I
belt to the rear. and the amount of adjustment has Benson R. Swilley and O. C. i to establish a permanent trailer
The new standard line can al oprtient I been increased: I Radford. The Lyon brothers ramp with all conveniences, similar -

a larger appearance, with One of the unusual new features quartet sang two selection i to those already created lit I
newly-designed front end, grille, | Mr. Clapp came to Homestead other
a la the front teat of Tudor Iledana.1' municipalities.
hood and Under The front The seat cushion la full about twenty years ago' from Illinois I At an adJJourned cession tonight

end I* formed In I "V", with the back are divided, each to engage In building and the council will receive the

horizontal grille bar extending hinged dlagonlly to a* to I contracting work a* well a* in!I report of the caucus committee,
unbroken the hood aide to beln'l farming. He was a director of!.
along Inward a* It" tipped ,canvass the votes and make arrangements
form the louvre Redland District Co-operative Association ballot and
This provides I Wide to prepare
Fender in both man which paid a silent tribute
car are on.either aid for entrance advertise through newspaper and
alve, formed lower to more to his memory at the annual the
provide rear compartment. posting of notices in public
complete coverage of the running I Clear vision ventilation continued I meeting last Friday, and he belonged places the city election slated for I
also, to the Carpenters'
gear and extending farther back. in all closed bod Ie.. Rear Jan. 11.
Headlamps are again recessed in1 I quarter window of de luxe Fordor Union.
front fender apron, new type tall i 1 sedan and club coupe are pivoted He i* survived by a son, D. B.j jI Negroes Plead Guilty I
lamps In the tips of rear fender.1'1! Clapp of Miami.
for additional ventilation. I Ii I To Abandoning Victim I
Interiors of the two can are ,i Bodies of both car line are all-1 1 II
and attractive, ityled In1 I Death Takes E. M. Foster I
roomy steel. There I I. no metal-to-metal Pleading guilty to charges of
keeping with the exterior The contact between body and frame, Florida City Merchant, manslaughter, reduced from a
de luxe sedan InterIors are Iarler.1A I'
result of of in
the thorough use I coroner's Jury verdict of leconddellll'4
new Instrument panel add the'', sulation. Safety glass I* used Funeral service for E. M. Fos- murder, seven negroes : APEX
rnentureably to the beauty of I
throughout in windshield, doors ter, 78, Florida City merchant and who took the injured negro pedestrian <:
front compartment. The panelof and windows. retired merchant marine officer, I their auto had struck to a I Will AnT Eljctrfc Refrigerator
the de luxe line cars I* in walnut -
The luggage compartments In who died in the Post Graduate deserted road and abandoned
him
{ and Ton'Il la 1i
grain finish, that of the standard closed Buy Aped x
all cars I I. off by a wall from hospital Saturday after a short !were bound over to criminal court '
line In mahogany finish.1Instrument '
car the passenger space, an locked illness; were conducted Tuesday under bonds of $2,900 each at a : STYLING
are arranged In two with a separate key. The compart- in the park of Palm Cemetery, Na- I preliminary! hearing before Peace I Compare
groups directly In front of the men door hinges are concealed the I II *You'll thrill at the die ;
ranja, by the Rev. C. N. Walker., Justice S. L, Kendrick last Sat .
drIver. In the middle of thepanel tinctfoe modern beauty of '
door opening from the bottom.A 'j-
pastor of the First Baptist Church. I urday. | ,
Apex Refrigerators.. Ue
I Ie a grille, for radio speaker I
new feature of the rear deck ,
Arrangement were directed by Included In the committment: questionably, the most lr
installation when specified. At'design i* a combination handle, the Turner Funeral Home of this I( order \I'eN' Geneva Haynes, | beautiful of all nfirigemtoa l; y
the right Is a glove compartment'In
license bracket and light, formedIn
I George: Fulcher, L. D. Thompson >
de luxe cars a lock 1* provided the shape of an airplane city.Little I I USABILITY ;
pro- Louis Compare
+ i I. known of Mr. Foster'scareer McKinney, James Mr.Len-1|
for the compartment and a clock'la peller hub. Spare wheel and tin before he came to Florida i{don, Alfonzo Benebee and Louis *Its tug .h.llare. giver ,
j recessed in the compartmentdoor.
are carried in all compartments City from Michigan about six Scriven. All except the woman you more sable storage
Instruments. I except in the convertible cabriolet -' year ago and purchased a small were employed a* laborer in a apse per cubic toot ,
In both car are In this type, because of th [
: retail business and other property road construction camp at Hog
.lighted by Improved fringe Illumination compare FEATURES NIt
rumble aeat, the extra wheel and except that he.had spent almost Key,
designed to provide safer tire are mounted back of the seat : his entire life on tailing vessels ., The case arose from the death provides arwrchlaf ye* ':
to lighting for night driving. Interior The V-l 112-inch wheelbase darn and sued to secure asa:
+ and of
i steamships, and bad made Ranis Hardwlck Homestead
light are located on the right and I chassis ha been Improved. It I aaoM'coavMucac* sad ..Wpmdabl
several trip around the world. negro, who was run over by a car *
low-coMopwatieak
left pillar of, the sedan and over feature Include "cen rpol.." He I driven
I survived by three listen, by Fulcher on the Oversea ,
the rear window of coupes. I conltlructlolrubber.C'Ullhloned Mrs John Forte of Port Dover, highway Just below Home Compare PRICE '
Steering wheel of the de luxe engine, easy steering, softer Ont ,
I and Misses Mary A. and stead. When ordered to rush their :
can are of flexible multiple steel springs. Improved cable-controlled Claire M. Foster of Racine, WIs.; victim to Kendall hospital by Mrs.Blanche I jLApex n : Refrigerates. "/' lows ate ",'
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apoke type with hub of rich brake, semi-centrifugal clutch, and by two A. M. Compare: ,
nephew, Coop Chapman, postmistress of quality sad price It
brown bakellzed material and ,full torque tube drive and straddle- er of Holly, Mich., and Sol Fosterof I Florida City, who witnessed the ID:you will bur ad Ap a.
rims of lighter contrasting color. mounted rear axle driving pinion Marine City, Mich. accident, the negroes apparentlyset 'A
Standard car steering wheels are Refinements In the V-8 enginesto out to obey but later abandoned $146.00 up J
of three-spoke type, finished In I
provide better performance, Hardwick .
Trailer Camp at Pool in the woods on EASY TEEMS
fceige The upper spoke are particularly at lower car speeds, Quail Root drive. Found next f w,
widely spaced to give the driver Will Be Reestablished
and brake improvement increase
and
riorning taken
to the hospital, Pioneer
unobstructed view of the Instrument i j the ease of control by the driver. Hardwick died of his\ wounds and Appliances
dials. Riding! i* made comfortable by; the Re-establlshn of the mu- exposure. (Not Incorporated)
Night driving safety 1* also Increased Improved springs. nicipal trailer camp adjacent to i
by addition of t headlamp !'I the swimming pool for this season Tracing through the the car to license a Miami number garage SID ... KENDRICK MOL j

beam control only voted the IOJ N. Kreme none 45
on the toe-board of was by city :
Red Cross Roll Call supplied by Mrs. Chapman and
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both lines. The control i* opened council Monday night J ,
by the foot A tell-tale light !I Quota Exceeded Here Cost of restoring water and J
on the instrument panel indicates], sewer connections and electric
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the poltlon of the beam, whether, light lines will be about 1190,
high or depressed.Both I'I I The appeal of Mrs E. J. Dyal, Gordon Ivey, utilities superintendent

front and rear seats are ,[ Red Cross roll call chairman for said yesterday. Users of
wide enough for three I! Homestead, for last minute contribution the camp will be afforded toilet

Seat cushions and back are fln-j to put this city' ,.-'1ta
ikhed In piping and pillow treatment fTh-I ertDiI
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over Jhe top, wa not made In
In the de luxe can the
finish l ts et off with row of or- vain lost week. Before the deadline | AND MOST COMPLETE LINE I

asmental button Ash tray are last Saturday, she and her of bottled gas equipment

remised In rear seat arm rests of co-worker, Mrs. J. R. Brooks, I sooth ef Miami

the rt" !luxe closed sedans. ceived memberships totaling $re.1 Virgil D. Lyon SS N. Kronersee II
Light taupe mohair or broad- '-six more than the required $ j I Krome.'I
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4;Friday, December 1937-_ THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pa ere Seven
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J. Mr and Mr Stuart Shield aM Mr. and Mr. Edward Bishop TilE WEATHER
,their three children and a K. Var-I moved Wednesday from the Collier >> OIWIII e.na.e newt a do S?en.a.na.ewrnat
isYs I ner, all of Miami and Mr and eot&qe0 ties Broctoett cot- St...... as.-a" I'lorIdII.
ule iln and Around Mr*. J. H. Simmons of Florida tage.
City. Date 11\11.1111I01 Bar., Rate

le I WhItm-- Sunday guests at the home of Nov. II _-1 1 83 50 30.04:
Homestead Hantel arrived Tuesday Mayor and Mn. M. SUvwrman Nov. 20 .1 1 'lI I 57 29."; .OS
lyi. from miDI, W. Va., to spend were Mr. and Mn. Sam Silver- Nov. U __.. .1111'' 42 I
. the winter here. man and son, Ronnie, and Mrs Nov. U .. .. I 172 I 45 10.1
jIt Eddie Sllverman and sister, Mrs. Noy. sa ___I 12 I 182 .11U11
$ I Minor Tomlinaon of Jacksonville Ida Fisher of Miami Beach. Nov. 24 ,__ I n I 87 120.24;
" "n }}rt. an* Mrs. Fritz Rutzke announce wa accompanied home by her 1* a guest at the borne of Mr. 1'10\1. 25 __. .1 11 I 169 I I
,' tin birth of Fredrick Her- mother, Mrs. W. H. Hick, who and Mn. C. H. Baker. The Ladle Aid of the Community Nov. 26 _.-I 1 10 I 73
- men, Jr. on Tuesday at the PostGraduate has been visiting here since the Church held its December Nov. n ..LI II I 172 ,119.081
hospital. He weighed tint of October Other holiday I Mn. Coy Coleman of Nocatee meeting Wednesday afternoon In Noy. 28 __ I 110 I 11 I I INo"
even and three-fourth pound guest at the Connor home were i pent three days last week visiting the Sunday school room. 28 __ 8:1: I 15 110.001 0.04
Mr. and Mn James Nelson and Mr. and Mr Edward Blahop. NO\I. 30 _I 81163130.041 I

s >Nr& Virginia Hook Walton, their three son, Harold, James. MRS. CROWS FATHER DIES Dee. I __I II I 12 IS0.081 .
Miss Marcia Gauzen, Miss Mary Jt., and Bobby, all of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. L. LugU and i Dee. J _.1 I n I 08 180.091
''f Dana Brown and Robert Citizen, daughter of Boston who, arrived Homestead friend;; of Mn. Flor.
representative of the Young Peo Mr*. Hubert Nichols and ton Friday have taken the Wm. Batch enc Crow received word this week I Landlady: "You seem very hard
ple' Service League of St. John' returned Sunday from Key Wes elor cottage on Avenue B for the of the death of her father, N. J. ,to please Mr. Simpklns."
Episcopal Church attended a where they had spent the Thanksgiving winter. Meyer, 78, who passed away In Lodger: "How' that?"
s Service League convention in holiday with Mr. Nlchol his. sleep at his. home In Chicago "Well, more than a dozen board.
Tampa Thursday; They were I Mr. and Mr*. H. M. Brown and on Thanksgiving Day. era haw used that towel today: -
token to Tampa by Lea H. Lehman. tart Smith who ha been visiting -! sons Charlie and Harry, motoredto and you're the first on to com.
hi* brothers and sluters-ln West Palm Beach Sunday. They WANT ADS PAY :plain about If-Sx.
were accompanied by Mr*. E. A.
law, Mr. and Mn. A. E. Smith and
Mr. and Mr*. A. W Hutchinson Mr. and Mr. Arthur Smith, will Durrance and her IOn, Raymond.Mr. .
entertaining Mr. Hutchlmon'i leave tomorrow to return to I
are and Mrs. N. Nolan and Mr.
titter, Mr*. Buhl Walbrldge of Hampton Road at Norfolk Va.,I Let Us
and Mr Bean of North Carolina
Detroit Another liter' of Mr. where he is In training at the U. *
have taken the Fred Brockett cot-
Hutchmaon, Mr. Herbert Voll S. naval reserve station. RejuvenateYour
Tenth street for the win
I tnge on
rath of Orlando, and Mr. VoU-
rath were here.during the Thank- Mn. Sybella Chandler and he ter. Car I E
giving holiday daughter, Miss Alice Penny, re-
Mr. and Mrs. H. Hooten and son
t --- turned Sunday evening from Or-
of Homestead' visited friend here Wood Work
Mn. W. T. Atklni of Lewes, lando where they visited friend .
Sunday.Mr.
M1f. Del., arrived Monday to spend a during the Thanksgiving hoi' Body, Fender Repairs

few month here with her son-ln. day and Mn. Frank Wood, Jr., Tops and Trimming .
law and daughter, Mr. and Mn. of Delavan, Minn., camped here .
A. F. Arthur.Mn. I Leroy RIchter, who baa beenIn for several day this week. Seat Covers
Homestead for some time left
I Painting
E. P. RIchter of Carlo, Ga., Wednesday to live In Miami. He Mrs. Ruth Morton visited GeneralPublic
arrived In Homestead' Tuesday I.I now employed by the Florida friend In Palm Beach over the
evening to spend two week with Power and Light Co. week-end. Art's Paint Shop Utilities
her son-in-law and daughter,Mr.
,< and Mr*. J. Paul Reynold Myra Jane, five-year-old daughter M.... W. J. Brooks visited her KROMI
of'Mr. and Mn. D. E Basher 5tS N. AVL
later, Mr Geneva Lowe, in Miami Homestead none IOI-M
I. recovering from an attack onflucnza. last week f
Hugh B. Beattie, grand masterof I
a the I. O. O. F. of Florida, ac- \
companied by Mr. Beattie, left
of Could wh
Eugene
Monday to continue his official Savory
lad been at the Post Graduate.
of I
visits to the lodge, the order.
On Dee. 12 they! ,wild attend the I hospital a week for medical treatment it
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was returned to his horn nF e I. r ;;'
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r '''Odd fellows Hmemninavat.the .. ;
Odd Fellows home ifl'Gainesville.Mrs. Wednesday.
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receiving treatment at the Safety Mr. W. W. fevery. CwrmpondMilMn. : "Just You
Harbor Spring for the past six
weeks returned to her home Sunday ""',-,-,.."._ MM.MNMNMIwNNNNw"w"
much Improved In health. E. J. Churaze of New York Alonein
arrived Tuesday to spend this week
Mrs. Landon Carney sprained with her brother and ister-ln-
both ankle In a fall at her home law, Mr. and Mn. Roy Chandler.
on Wednesday of last week and I*
till unable to walk. Mrs. S. Schycon of New Haven a home of
and her son Justus, arrived
Mr*. J:. H. Tucket and her two Thursday to spend the winter at
I own9Every
daughter, Lavern and Martha I the home of Mayor and. Mn. M. our
returned to their home in Jacksonville ; ,Silverman.

Monday after Vllltln'l I I MS-: :
through the Thanksgiving Dr. and Shield en-
at the home of Mn. tertained the following guest at
brother-in-law and later, ::,Thanksgiving dinner Mrs. Irene

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Paw Eicfet> THE D 'V" December 3,1937





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MRS, ERNEST NEILL IS GIVEN BRIDAL |MISS LOIS BEAM TO WED enon Mn Ti-ells Kennedy Mn DE. RUSS WILLIAMS TO BE--I'
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1 ELMER HAYDEN OF IDAHOMr. Laura cun... M... Alma Hopped KEDLANO P.-T. A.
SHOWER AT HOME OF MRS. LLOYD DEITZ i and use W. F. Beam of Mr DaM 0-....... Mrs.Lela Dr. Run A. Winiamj popul

-.- Homestead announce the en Je- Kantf, ',..*, Vecrfecar. and Miami speaker will talk same:
... 'meat of their daughter Lot tin. Ciabn.PtvatBi "Beauty ta Every Day UvltuT It
kitchen shower and chop roe, 'Mm M. L. Kennedy MaIL
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S/V; Ih t. ...teect the netting of the RedlMi !
to Elms Bryan Hayden aa P.-ty
Tuesday by Carroll Mix S. T. Robinson I lUcille
luncheon wen given !ledge beaM''. tree* mentimrdwerec A. seat Friday evening, DM. It.-
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II Aherdeetti Wallo.
CM of LeMfhfto, Yk, Mrs. Donald
Deft of Florida
Ides Lloyd ? I
... a..4 31111M Ralph Moon, at t .'clock.Members. $
Sullivan Mm Lake DerU, ism 1 The wilt lake
Mr marring
for Mr*. Ernest: Neut piece on '
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Mr* OMqmiaax. Mr* association wB(
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NelO before her marriage on Nov. Lester Walton, Mn. Barley Dew Thonday Dee. I, at four o'clockIn
ember 23 wi Mia Elisabeth dr. Mrs J. W. Ore. Mr*. J. S. the evening the First Baptist Tbctrn RaaVoveX Mn. Florence present a P.-T. A skit Chilatmat
I PaceMI Io. Mn. Ftora CawpUai. Mr*. carols will be by its
lung ;
Mn.Ce
Cave Mn. & H. Worley, Church el Homeitead. Friend
Annie MmauamUh.. Mr*. Mollie and the school band will .
er.The included Mr*. [ *. Hardtat Mara. Lester L Foray of the family are tavltef to at-
guests s.Y-j Wlngate. Mr*. Cora: Crinold. Mn. ,
and Kim Matt: SevecCifle IItn4
Jlller Mn. Cart Warner Jennie McLean. Mr*. Edna Slrlcte- LESION AV3UUARTATVOtMTS
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Edward Blihop, Mrs Charts were received front: Mr
land and Mr*. MT. D. Mahan. CVMXrrr
ton, Mr*. M. A. Lots Mrs 'W: W. S rery. Afro' J. F. Rohm, KEBEKAHS HONOR
Conner. Mr*. ML A. NeiH Mr*. Mn. Tom Conemour Mr*. J: H. KIlL ETHEL CCUf SERVICE LEAGUE GIVES The teUowlnf remmlttee Itothe
Chide Nell Mrs. ROT Relit Mn. Doxie, Mn. Win. Myers, Mr*. annual Christmas party and
Use Jt.bel: Culm at. Coconut ,SUPRa FOB VICAR MELKOS1, tukey dinner ot the Legleat and
J. H. Simmon Mn. 5. S. Shield, Dave Sullivan, Mr*. W. H Sheer
Grove cuaiidguardtar* af the : The Young People' Service '
Legion Auxiliary wen appeutHd
Mn. J. BCOhernour field MM. It W. Mallina Mr*
.sn. L O. Crontojer, ,
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Rrkekaa el District H. wa baanr League of St. JohaV Episcopal by the president! of the AuxllinrtfUM.
Mn. Roy Chandler John Becker Mr:*. Clinton DBerry '
guest at a district aaeetmc acid Church of Homestead gave a tup Harold Sheffield, at We<-
Mnr. Fritr Schroeder Mil. Bruce Thompson
Mn. Fred Herat ,
: here Monday night In a candlelight per Sunday evening before the .....,'* meeting: entertalaraeiil,
John Grave, Mn. Ceo. M. Sonaichaen, Mill
Mn. ) service ah* was presented league service, at the home of Mr. Mn. & L Kendelck. and Mrs W.B. .
Mrs. C. Eva Sulllvaa, Mia Mildred Sullfc
Rudolph Matteaav MrI'// with) a bouquet gladioli by Mrs.Margaret and Mr* Lee H. Lehman in honorof i Rheney; decwraUoo, Mr*. J. 1
Mn Mill Moaeley Sever and A
NielL Mn. T. P. Ibtey van
Mn. T. K I.Shepbad D. NeUL Gay. Others _ilt- tile Rev. Thai. M. Melrose of Smith and Mn A W. Hutchlaon;;
Ing la Vic presentation service were Orlando who will serve tempo-I' dining room, Mr*. Ml A. Berg*,
Mn. Matilda Fox, Mn. Beulah rtrlly a* .vicar of the Mr* Ceo. W. Turner Jr., and M*
EARL SCOTT WEDS who died about three month ago, Aihby, Mn. E. S. Caplinger and Thom present besides Mr. and i Wm. J. Geronimo; and food, Mra
MISS ESTHER BITCH and Mn. Martin served also a, Mr*. Goldie Walfe M... Ethel Mn. Lehman and the honor guest Frank Schneider and Mn. H. H.V
The marriage ef Mil Either an attendant In the Junior graduation r Vandeetr, district deputy pre- were Mn. Ruth L. Scott Mr*. I twin,. f
Ritch, a daughter of Mr. and Mr. exerclae :(Ident, presided during the short Virginia Hook Walton Mia The party be held on Sunday
Fred Ritch of Lake City to Earl .In. B. L. Godwin ef Homestead business aeuloA.f Marcia Cauzeni Misses Curie evening. Dec 19. )'I
Wayne Scott of Homestead took past Uatrlct president, preilded f Cake and toffee wereaerved.. Bell and Role Cave, Miss Dorothy The next meeting It wa decided -'
place Nov. 24 hi the Dade County during the business ...ulon.Y I Thoe present from Coconut Syke, Mia Ellen-Huff, Millet will be held on WedneidttJC
courUiouw. The ceremony wa Grove went Mr. and Mrv A. Witt, Mary Dana and Betty Brown Him Dec IS at 8 p. m. at the home .
performed by Lavtone Bush, notary \ M. V. CnCLkV TO GIVE Mr. and Mn. Francis Wheeler,fWava Horton, Brace Scott and I Smith. Coffee ana
pubBe. PRESENTS FOR ORPHANS I Mrs. Mac :King. Mr Martha Nick. Robert Gaozeas.WILL doughnuts were aerved. f
The bride wore a blue wool Thai W. M. U. Circles ot the I I were: Mn. Fritz ScV
tailored wit with a rest colored I HomeetMd' Baptitt Chunk who HOLD OKN HOUSE I'roeder, Mr*. Frank Rue, Mot"
anti btouM and alack acceraorie -, u4: prograraa eai the Weak of The Calendar FOR EEDLA1TD TEAM: TONIGHT Sheffield Mr*. Kendrick Mn

*. Prayer at thai meeting at the Mn. Sybella Chandler and her Rheney M... Smith, Mrs Hutch
She was kern In Uk City and home of various members Wed- Dee. 9 Tour of --.4 daughter, Miss Alice Penny, willhold Inson, Mr* Berger, Mn. Turned
attended the Welt Palm Beach ntadajr. decided to unit la providing Home Demoiutrattoi CM tram open house this evening for Krv Geronlrao: Mn. Schneider
schools but hM lived with relative toy and clotiiinc for one :school at LSO p. m. memben of the basket ball team of Mr* Ewing and Mil Margaret
In New York during the pt! child at the Baptist orphanage at Dec. 6 Meeting of Homestead Bedland High School and other Berger *
three yean.The I Arcadia Business and Professional Wo friendk ot Mil Penny. I _
bridegroom. I 1a I on of Mr.i CIrcle One met at the) home of men' Club at I p. m. in Lei_I I'BENEFIT' ; BRIDGE jlIS
and M... John Henry Scott of Mr*. Frank N. Irwin. Mr*. Alta hall. Mr. and Mr*. G.a W. Turner POSTPONED' If
Homestead He wa born InOliver. Massey read the parable of top Dee. < Meeting qf Gardea Jr., entertained at a Thankagly-1,1 The bridle party which was to
Ca., and educated In Sa-I leper at the devotional .. at program : Qua IlL clubhouse of HomeiteadWomaaVfc Ing dinner party Mr. and Mr*. '''be given for the benefit of SI',
vannah. Later he wa employed on "Go Tell". Mar*. I* A. Club. :Herbert Turner and ion Herbert''John' Episcopal Auxiliary at than
fcy the A. C. L Railway Companyand Wise gave a talk ** "....... Pro- Den T Meeting of Homestead:I ijr., Mr. and Mr Edward Mc- home of Mn. J. S. Horton tonight
the Ocean Steamship Company -I, .la* and Authority: Mn. Irwin P.-T. A. enecuttve committee and ICarrah, Vernon Turner and Joyce has been postponed until a tatet
He ha been a winter apoke on the subject, "Altogether" grade mothers at 10 a. m. !,Walker :date ft
resident of Homestead for about ; and Mr*> ft. A. Wed read the Dee St Meeting of Redlaad{I
five ye.>r< and Is now working with I last chapter eJ the. book, "Savedto Ladle Aid at home of Mr*. K.
the S. J drove Cewtractkm Coon Serve". K. Clark ,,
INt Ki-i yea highway !, The next Meeting' will be heldat Dec. 10 Redland P.-T. A.
The bide and bridegroom arc the home of Mn S. L. Ken- meeting.
living ,,it thr Scott home in Honw- drick on J_ S, the group decid Dee. 11 Redhead Ladle Aid

ileadRICKY. ed. fend sale loUomeetWHj. ,
u-- I Those present were: Mn W. R. Dec. II Open house in art
BECKER: OBSERVES Cheshire Mn. C. Bigger, MnW room of H. H SL at 3 o'clock.
HIS FIRST AVHYERStRYMn 'I' L. Smith, Mr. C. E. Saunders, Dec. IJ-Meeting of Homestead
Johnny Becker gay a party Mr. Wed. Mn. Vise Mr Ken- P.-T. A. at I p. m. CAL
Tuesday afternoon In honor of the Massey, Mia Dim Young: and 114... Doc IS-Meeting of Monday
first annlvenary of her ion, Ricky I drlck. and tare rUitora, Mr*. Music Club at home of Mr. J. L I
Much of the afternoon wa spent:Richard Sullivan.Mn. Burton at 130.: : / WIN OWE OF THESE
in taking motion picture of the Henry Olsen and Kn. a Dun U Business meeting cf
little ones present I C. Reid wet hostesses to Chile !Vamn' Club of Homeitead. 1
Ice cream and cake were terved Tw .....0IMa W the devotional Jam 14-Areme Club play, "Blue
The little guests were: Jean,and ptOI\'IIM........ were ght- BaaV at Neva King Cooper School
Drndy, Herbert Turner Jr., Janet 'as by. II... Bert Andrews, Mn. Dee IS Meeting of American
Cooper Jack Branch, Jr., Betty :M a Ftama, Mn.Emma Wright Legion Auxiliary at home of Mr*.
Hardin Warren and Kenny On... 'and Mn. B. L. tawramn Mot t. A Smith at t p. m. !
Wanda and Marjorie Cook, Roberta ;T. C. Kirby the leader presided Dec. U Social meeting of
McCuUough, Margaret Sul. Present bides those SMnatonedwen Redland Horn DemoitraUon Club'
livanDiana Clinton Jimmy and : Mr*. Cert Freed Jim J. Dec. 17-Amateur hour at .
Genevieve Chandler, Juanlta and R. Chambliai Mr*. Maggie Lawrence p. m. at Neva King Cooper School.I
Ann De Berry, Emil Ray Oollati- Mr*. Annie Butler Mr*. S. Dec. 19 Legion Christmas
check and Louise Yarborough of F Matthew, Mr* Homer Davis prty.
Miami. and Mr. X C. Va....
Qrowiv-up present were: Mr*. Circle Four held aa all day I II a
Burley Dandy, Mr*. Herbert Turner meeting at the horn .( Mn. R. t
Mr*. Harry Cooper, Mn. Jack Edward Mn. T. a Flche and !
Branch. Mr Gee. Hardln Mr 114... Catherine Piekard conducted
John Grave Mr*. X Cook Mn a study of the foreign mission I
Wn. McCuttough. Mn. Donald book "SI to Serve," In connection -
Sullivan Mr*. Chart Clinton, with the week of prayer
Mr. Roy Chandler, Mr*. C. De program. Mr*. Edward read the R'e 1ve Witk a Bay's Bicycle ad Girl's

Berry Mr*. E. Coilatacheck and Scriptureleaaao..
Ml*'.. babel and Mary Becker ., These present were: Mr J. Mfwl tie genuine !
Miami. *. =L Julia Folk, Ma. Yen EUGENE Permanent Bicycle as Grand Prizes
Collier him A. D. SmlUU Mn. i i ia

MRS. W. IX COKtt ELECTED: ,3. It Frtch. lfn. A. J Van Matter .... '1 IIioI. w.n..abs4
DISTRICT CHAPLAIN' Mr*. Harry Hall, Mr*. Plck- *. lut..4 rwla-aWi *We If yew are between 3 and 13 years old you can i'
Kin. W. D. Coker was elected ard Mr*. Fiche, and Mia Schatt eta..-,.._' enter this contest Contest begins December 1st ,:
chaplain of District Tour, Wood Dr. and Mr*. W. W. Willlan tad dews 6t
Mad we gift and goes to 10 o'clock December 25th. If
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a wn's Circle, at a meeting held In wen luncheon gueitt. > d.
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Fort Lauderdale Tawday. Circle Three will meet at the >.* wish gtS .....La'Eaglns ee ter by Saturday, December 4, you get 100 extra .
Her daughter, Mr J. T. Martin !hone ot Mr W. E Lewis Tueaday rMns. Lot .* 4sesr' Iwo votes.
draped the charter for Mr*. afternoon. Visitors are welcome brt 116i she stases. with -
UetU Young national director': '' to attend
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Friday, December 3, 1931 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Part, Nine

4 Youths Bound Over ,No Bills to Be Plastered Mr. McKhmk1 place '

On Vagrancy Charge 1 For Florida State Fair replied"He dont Susie need"You any saki, mother he tat i\ ,

I HOMESTEAD SCHOOL rfEwsl !I like a hone:'-Bee-Hive. '
i Arrested a* suspicious chart. Tamp Dae I (FV8) In- ; t
NELLA SAltS. School Editor ten and lodged m Homestead tej I ftameed by appeal from garden '

__...._ : I for Investigation, four youths, I club leaders and thtme concerned
--------- three whit an one black, wen with state beautification General GROVE ,
The junior girls but.VIe senior Mr*. FlfleM' claaa I* making bound over to court of crime 01 Manager P. T. Stroller of the !
girl In the basket ball game Tuesday booklet of the itan. vagrancy charge by Peace Jut Florida Fair to be held In Tampa THEATRE '"
I tight Batter tuck next time lice S. L. Kendrick yetterdaj Jan. SB to Feb. t. Meted that fair COCONUT GROVE
1 senior, we hope! Several of the elementary clan*. morning. I advertising WIN year will be confined Matt*** Saturday a4 Sunday ; I'
i e* are making Santa Clause and The men were Jack Prince SI; exclusively to newspapers 1..110.. I
; There are several new student,' other Christmas deeoration for Bob Kovfch, 19; W. M. Holly, II. and regulation standard billboard Slims 1 aa4 .. ..| Ada*. IS* ;
this week Edward Garrison their bulletin board. and Everett Marshall Si. negro It has been the custom of the i
eleventh grade. Clyde Eunice and I The quartet had been observe Florida Fair to use paper furnishedby !
l1' Cornelia Tabone ninth grade; Miss Ray close 'to studying a loitering around town without, carnival companies, firework B.*w Man. Tin., Deo. (. 1._1.
and Julia Lucas, Polly Garrison, unit of rock and shell Next visible mean of support for several and automobile race promoter. t t"o
t eighth grade. i Monday, the room mother are. day They were traced fc I together with tack card and placards V .--...",
going to take the pupil out to the their living quarter In an empt which biU-pocten plastered .sr eI'M bar s.eatib"Gilt
Mrs. Rutland'. English classes dairy. box ear in the "fertilizer row' I on barn, fence, or tacked to .. d..e is ALIs
have completed booklet on "The section by B. G. Dye, traffic offleer. i posts and tree to catch the eye of .:.... "CIUllo
Lady of the Lake "EvangeUne,",. Mn. Dye' fourth grade pupil the traveler on our highway. COLON .o -

and "King Arthur." The senior have made mow men out of whlt-i WbeiuqueiUoncd by officer the But line the Florida Fair la Mae... ow.....u a.ukesr ..,.
an having a detail study of "MaeI I paper for their room. They havea vagrant give conflicting answers. designed to advance the welfareof
I beth." Christmas tree and for every They claimed New York and De- the state a* a whole and its aim
I that I* made In apelling they troit a* home. Prince, apparently I* to work in cooperation with WARNER BAXTER
Room In the elementary school: I"A" a ball on the tree. \ly leader of the group, pleaded every interest or organization witha
which were presented with new not guilty His companion! similar rorpoae, manager Strelder JOIN
flag this week are: Mr*. Webb'I I Mr*. Thurman' pupil are very pleaded gulltj.* feel that It 1* fitting for the 7h/.ksa
sixth grade, Mr Fifteld' fifth:r proud of their two pretty English Florida Fair to take the lead in I
grade, Sftte. Thurwan' second- potters. Dade Benefits 4 Ways helping to rid state highways and 1 iiof
third grade the clinic, the cafeteria I oommunitM of this offensive form j
and the 4-H room. The tint grade pupil In Mtu From Welfare Program I of advertising known to the trade g
I I Jackson' mom are dellgnted tohave ai "sniping". I
The new pupil;; enrolled In the, Floyd regie. come In their Dade County U benefiting (I' -- ,
elementary school: this week ere:j I I claw from the kindergarten. Norton itanoialiy in at bait four ways Saving the Utensils 1938'
grade, WakefteM brought a very From the auto welfare program
William nt'al: I I The family and their guest hid IN flCNNICO'OIn.
and Martha : and Donnte' pretty spray of holly for the room according to a statement releasedIn n.
Lance third grade Three of the pupils haw been Jacksonville from the just seated themselves *t the table WANQ.I MODELS
i I promoted from the woodpecker jfflce of the State Welfare Board. "Suiia," Mid the mother, "wny : I ,..saw,new ft ft ::reed o.rs

In Mr.Webb'sixth grade room* claw to the red bird class. Tniy Dollar and cent benefit cams didnt you put a knife and font nt '
Frank Hagler Rice If making a are Bobby Monroe, Julia Mae From old age assistance, CCC payrolls -- -
r: stand for the new flag. Robert and Rene Hooker. free distribution of surplus
commodities and WPA employment

.w Klnner, Vida Clark, Dora Scott,I A fifth county Income,
Margaret Lawrence Ann Hick- iMtitanceJor! the blind, I* next on '
SOCIAL EVENTS I the and U expected tfl
ion, Betty Bailey Marjorie Sayre, program
-...---..-..' Arden Parman, Athley Kemp, become effective by Christmas
MRS. C1UPMAX GIVES Geraldine Reitz and Mrs. Skill. Day.
BENEFIT PARTY I Statistics, compiled for October.
show that this county had 1.33
Mr. Blanche Chapman of Flora Local Girls Take Part person receiving old age assistance -
Ida City gave a benefit bingo party: In F.S.C.W. Activities grants totalling I25.8fl8.0t
at her home Tuesday evening. for the month; that it had 288 en.
Sandwiches and coffee wen each required
rolled In the CCC camp -
erved. Tallahassee, Dee. 3-Ml** Alta to remit 125 per month U n Qi
Attending were: 'Mrs.. Decal Vann of Homestead took part In dependent; that surplus comrnodItie 1 t 4 Fit i N Ct3+
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l Malinger Mi*: "R. W. MuUIniMr the dance demonstration presented were distributed to 1.230
*. Hilda Fox Mr. and Mn. Thanksgiving Day at Florida resident of the county; that WPA
Ralph Moon. Mr. and Mr Joi. State College a* part of the parent employment, distributed among How an You
Gay Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barker *' Day entertainment. Miss 1,043 persona totalled $38,000.00lor '
Mrs. Harry Dcgler. Mr Edwin Vann i I. In the folk dancing clan. the month
Capllnger, Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe, Miss Fern Robertson t>t Homestead I In addition, the welfare program -
Mrs. Florence Pacettl Mn. Harvey In member of the ClassicalClub Includes NYA certification

Ashby, Miss Dorothy Ajhby,. Uils year at Florida State I child welfare, Investigation for Roofs look alike, bat they don't wear alike.
.! Min Marguerite Lawrence, Mid.I College The club composed of NYA scholarship, for CrippledChildren' The belt way to judge roofing valee I. by the
Edna Forte, Mia Jeannette Campbell student In the classic depart- I commission, services to record of the merchant: who Mill It and the
Miss Annette Campbell, Clear ment, has as its theme this year
rounty agencies, out of town inquiries -I Bare of the manufacturer who makes It.
Clonlnger, Jr., Howard classical drama i and other welfare activlJe -
Thompson, Freddie Chapman and *. We sell Carey Roofing and Sblnglst-products
Ronnie Clonlnger. bearing a name which: hat signified qualIty *
1 Momentary 4-1 ClubBy i for ever CO year And ear prices en
Mr. and Mr Roy Chandler Fay Sklner HEAD THE WANT ADS I these extra quality roof are a* low aa ordl-

had a*dinner guests Tuesday Mn..i .. say roofs cot tlstwher
i It Jones of.Mlami and Mr. Chand- This week Lou Belle Grennell,
ler1 sisters, Miss Lllll Chandler,"our regular 4-H Club leader wa DR.M.A.BERGEKDentist BROOKER LUMBER COMPANYTELEPHONE
af Coral Gable and Mr*. E. J absent because she hid to go to ,
Churaze of New York. Chicago Mrs. Wakefleld was, U HOMESTEAD, FLA.
, I our leader for this meeting. Mr*.
be leader next week.
Carbon will
Ceo. E. Deud,
The Rev. and Mn.
entertained Mr. and Mn. J. ...i Betty June hid her program First National Bank
C. which had more poem than songs
Dycke of Miami And the Rev. I
or tap dance We all finished '
Thanksgiving Building
Q Nelson at dinner on
our dip and apron
Day. Everybody was present except Office Hours 8:3041"= :
-,.,-----...-..- Katherine Dixon and Pearl Shuler
GIRL ROW NEWS I who popped a* Mix Grady told Open Evening by Appointment i

By Athlry Kemp Scribe i u* to stay instead of quitting.

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A regular meeting of the Girl DR.
Scout was'held Tueiday. ChrUt- DR.R.S.AKERSDENTiST STEBBINSRertalered

ones :r'tW diatrlbued among Optometrist
the. be old.
An all day camp wa planned, M YEARS' -
1 Fraetir ta Hasneitoad
for Saturday Dec 11, at Matheson Office t to I
lioness: a. ra. p. m. FUTURE
i Room 6 and 7 THE ;
hammock.The I Budar t to U McCrory Arcade
older Scout worked on the
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health winner badge and the Closed Saturday Hours WITH CONFIDENCE ;
younger one finished their tenderfoot i Free Parking Space MAIN Saturday OFFICE__ ._ 7:30 to 10 p. m. ;

Geraldine test. Reitz, hostess this ITS N. w. srrn si MIAMI nil rhonea W. .:...I-M14-S-71M.ler. Miami Fin. ;;hers I* a GULF LIFE .s.at septa f f.Ie

week, served cold drink and MION2: t-Sllt ,
cookie The hostess for next I Dr. L. W. Itel bIDI, AaaaelaU you-*. nil assistance h peep.len *f

week la Anne Rheney. I I" dot wd. sage YOUR r-IJ,
Present were: Ruth Grave,Jan :
Fuch, Anne Rhenev, Jenny Har- '. ..
die Cu-tene Pace, Mary Kathleen HARRY'S WELDING SHOP T.:7.P
Suber. France Rutland Marlon wow ;

) Edmund. Kathryn Grave, Charlotte PRINCETON, FLA
Geronlmo Margaret Still-
man Melba Van Winkle. Virginia Porlabla Electrla and Acetylene Weldlrf'"* CF Under Black I II
Cylinder Bead Aluminum Calling u4 Bailor
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I I peering and aligned roasnlng, e._tlBg r4 pouring
Gas Range I L. L. and C. E. Smith
Roper and baring and cylinder kerb I, 1'oyser Itepresentativei
P. 0. Box 621 Homestead Florida
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Paw Ten THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Friday December 3, 1937. .f I

vice League at ,:3,; church third and fifth Sunday at 11 a young ".s.III'a lyceum at 7.11 p.
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I school at ':301 lung Eucharist n{. and 8V.m.PrincetonThe. m.; healing by Dr. 3 Carl Hobson .
and sermon ea The Second at 7:43; feature and messages at
I The Churches Rev. T. H. Hor- '
Peo 7:31'
I I Advent- 11) Young
ton, Leo L.
ple's Service League at ':SOp. pastor; Povser., assistant )
... pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m.; Expert Advice
preaening at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. The curate prided himself on his
BAPTIST CHURCH minister. Bible study at 10 a m.; EVANGELICAL CHURCHSt. m. every Sunday. Epworth League oratorical powers He was describing .

C. N. communion fellowjhlp and John's-Rrdland; the Rev.I at 7:19 p. m. the downward path of the 't'ta
Homestead--The Rev preaching at 11 a. m; preaching at, Norman C. Zutaut minister. Services Inner, and wed the metaphor ot
Walker, pastor. Sunday school at' 7:30: p. m. Prayer meeting Wed-, each second and fourth Sunday -' METHODIST. FEEE ship drifting and going to pieces ;,
10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m.
at 7:30 .
and 7:30: p. m.; B.Y.P.U. at 8:10: nesday p. m.CHURCiI I at I p. III.METIIODIST. Florida City-The Rev. Tho B on the rock
p. m. Prom services Wednesday OF GOD Sheldon, paetor. Sunday school A sailor In the audience wu 1
at 710: p. m EPISCOPAL 10 L m.; preaching 11 a. m. and I deeply interested :J
Homestead 04 N. W. First, Florida City Community Church' I p. m.; Junior meeting 8:30: p. ra.; "The waves dash over!"cried the
Dee. S Morning sermon avenue; the Rev. and Mrs. E. -tho Rev. C. G. Nelson, pastor. : Young, Peoples' meeting 7IV: curate. "Her sails are split! Her t t
"An Old Testament View of Brown, pastors. Sunday school r.j Church school at 10 a. m.; preachIng Prayer and class meeting '7:30I I yards are gavial Her mails are '
the Lad Days"t evening sermon ':41 a. m.: preaching at 11 a. it 7:30 p. m. Midweek pl'lI1.ra''I Thursday. i shivered! Her helm la useless! She
: "The Old Dispensation and 7:80: p. m.; junior Y. P. at .::45 and Bible study Wednesday at : 111 driving ashore! Then seems no
and the New." p. m. Prayer meeting 7-JO: p. m. 7:30. I I PENTECOSTAL I hope! Can nothing be done to save ;

Dee t Prayer meeting Wednesday. Goulds-.Sunday school at 9:49; her?" :._
kibjerl: "The Difference Between Redland Community ('hurela-I preaching at 11 a. m. and 70: p m. The sailor rose in his seat, his
These Who Trust In I'I. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENB the Rev. C O. Nelson, pastor.Church .:!I eyes vide with excitement. j
God and Those Who Trust In school at 10; presetting at HOMESTEAD PRESBYTERIANIomesteadRrome "Let go the anchor! he shouted
HonK.i ad- The Heir. W. J.I I
Man." 11 Epworth League at (:3ii. Mid -Galt Reporter
Parker, pastor. Sunday school at week prayer and Bible. study avenue at' J
I >:49 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. Thursday at 7.30.METHODIST N. 18th street; the Rev. E. L. Nelson .
Gould_The )uy. Noah Peter- and T 30 Bible school at, Ads
: p. m.; N. Y. P. S. and minister. Want Pay-Try ThemMUSIC
ton pastor. Sunday school at 10a. Juniors meeting at 6.SO: p. m. : EPISCOPAL, 110 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m
m. preaching at II a. m. and
; Prayer at 7
meeting Wednesday evenIng SOUTH Young people meeting p. m.
T.30: p. m.; D. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m. 7:30 I
: p. m. p. m.
Prayer service at 7:30 p. m. Wed I notead-the Rev. J. J. Richards -
nesday. Princeton- the Rev. C. A. Con- pastor. Sunday school at t:49 I, Dee. 5 Sermon topic
CATHOLIC don, pastor. Sunday school at 149: a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and I "The Bible."
I preaching at 10:45: a, In. and 7:30: p. nv Junior League at 2:30: p. m.; Dee. 10 -. Men of church for all occasions
Church .f the Stored Heart p. m.Junior meeting at 6.30: ; young HI League at B:00 p. m.; Senior will meet at 7 p. m. In Green
s. J:. Second avenue Homestead; I people's meeting at 6:30. Prayer League at 6:30 p. m.; Wesley Fellowship Lantern with Dr. Haynes aa ORCHESTRAS! AND TWOS s
the Rev. James Cloonan, paitor. meeting Wednesday at T.30 p. m.' 6:30; evening service, bosk I
Sunday maaa at It a. m.; week day !730. at 7.30 Teacher ef Banjo, Mandolin and
I EPISCOPALSt. : Prayer meeting p. SPIRITUALIST TfcMFLE OF
at 7:45 school
mass : dally. Sunday I Guitar
m. Wednesday.;
Sunday following ft o'clock mau. I JObD'-S. K. Second avenue i TRUTH ...
AM'
Communion for women the tint ,: and Fourth street, Homestead;I Silver Palm Community Churchthe Homestead-branch or Miami]l
Sunday of month; for men andboyi I Thos. M. Melrose priest In charge. Rev. T. H. Norton, pastor Spiritualist Temple ef Truth ink j JOE ASTORIA .,
the second Sunday of month.I
Dee B Corporate coma Sunday school every Sunday at 10a. Woman1 Club, 410 N. W. Eighthi I j| C/O THIS LEADER-RMTMFBIMIs
Holy hour Thursday before firstFriday
I maRIon of Young People's Ser m.; preaching service on first. avenue. Men' Bible class and
of month at 7:45 p. m. Most I 1- _'_
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first Friday at 7:SO a. m. Benediction -r -
of the Blessed Sacrament
after moss.CHRISTIAN.

SCIENCE CHURCH

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Florida fly-Broadway and
Sixth street Sunday school at
9:45 .. m. for pupil under 20 yean
of age morning service at 11


of o'clock.heaUslf which on Wednesday and Christian Include experiences Science evening testimonial and, 8 services remarks p.- Your Office Prepared for the i ;


m. The public la cordially invited s
to attend.


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LEGAL NOTICES I I LEGAL NOTICES | LEGAL NOTICESIN I .- .

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M04-M-I or APPLICATION POll TAX tamed In tko km of nOpmlnt oM I. MM THE CIRCUIT COtRT Of Tee
MEED.: IHAPTP IttH. ACTS Of IMIML ea.wll' b< tekon M ...,..... by pmi.Thl. I EtlVKKtH JIDeLIAL UBCWT IN CLASSIFIED ADS :
*: NO A.mr ,core U. be outpatient a.M ".* far AND FOB DADB COUNTY PLDIIDA. .
NOTICE III HEREBY!: GIVEN that i four .noxrrtttre weeks III the Hon>.nund NO. Malt "
Vlrtnrla N. unoilmon holder of Stale Lm4ar Rnten.voo. CITY OF HOMEHTKAD t ....... cor.porotton .II
.. Casey Tw ... ..ed : W ITN E.BB In' HAND.. "'fI-.I..1 atI I of the State ..f Florida Potttlun.ir RATS!:: lint insertion 10* a line; subsequent IBaetHensi '

the Ith dar of A....." A06.111. boa 'I HI.a. Door eo.Ir. P0..Na, tole 24 day .. STnTE OF FLORIDA. BMOondeal.r4Kkw 14. Un 1
flM toon In m, "office and hat made atWueatlon of 0.lotwr. A. D. IM7B. of pn?moed vlld.itlo of IMIMJ ..1 .
for a lax deed to kt pled tbefoon B. LBATMERMAN of MruritntM of lnfckma.il ubn "---..-- .
SaM c-I'..... onkraeoi tko follow CNN Circuit Coort.CI..lt desIs shod M coupon certlflnatM, earlnn : : ',j
tat wcrlkod property In the County of ( Court Seal) 1007, of tho City of Mcniniml. thrill, FOR RENTFOR FOR SALE -. House, apaitmrnta -
Dado. SUto of Florida to-wit, lip t M. SWIFT ......t. Ckn-fe. dated 00It0I00. I. I"'. I I' 009 South Kiwne avenue
1* of BWtt of 1 WIA Section IS.Townehrp (Nor i. II i9 M : Doc I. 19171 TO I THB1TAIPAYBM AND CITIZENS
14 Sontk. Manao 40 Bnot, I I OP HOMRwTBAD. FLOUM Has good Imitation tile root Of. ,

ro........p 10 Arne more or .... In NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR TAX Notlee It bash rl.en toot u order WM RENT: 2nd house wear, corner tend at an a:*r cUv*> PRIM t e (
the Ooontr of Dado State of rtotMa. dab ..... Rod sot.wd Ia w 81110010 ... Silver Palm Drive and Tennessee .1
The mjat J of aald : DEED CHAPTER.E AIOUNOTICE I74ST ACTS OP INIPll titled an*, hr tko .....bIe K. F AtklMM -I I me for detalla Call1 lll\. Phone (

Me saw tortUuwU btuod "t"I( IS HEREBY!: GIVEN that Jodie of the Clrmitt Guest of long road Freshly papered, 1 7* Homeel d. ; ,
K, Isrgr Circuit of Oil, of fully renovated. I t : :. ;
Us1.sa raW C.4.tl shelf be "steam. Jeanette Properties' In., holder of Stn"4 :=r'f the Overflow .rt. ..I rooms

rd ateordlM to law, the property described I I -luued* Cdwnty thlot Tni dw of Cerlllrat.Aorat, A No.0 lOlrt 1M7ku ..n Ktemnber M llt Mutant tho State I screened porches electric lights, riME COUNTRY HOME, 3 acres, :

therein will be cold to A. bluett bidder filed same In ni offlw) and hu wade if Florida, reuolrliw It throwk low StateAtaor.p solar heaters running water, modern house T rooms; large : ,

.t dar the ll Court the math homo of doer Jaanarr m the I.not... .1I..j. thereon application. laM for (i.oortIn.taR .dead.. _to,_.. loud the one., am the of lotk aid day sold, of Circuit.-,....to.. .hew Itnat .I $13 Mrs. Maude Chandler 1, front and back porches, .-cv .

toll,. Ord dar of January. 111 following deocrlbid prooorty In tho County the hour at leit a'dork A. M on raid Goulds, Fla. (d3-dlO i garage and servants' quartets.I i
November (data. at the. Circuit Court Roam In
Dated thai It* day of at Dodo. Slate of rtorkb. ...wIt thtOonthouat
Rare tropical shrubbery Title
IFATHFRMAMCkrk In tho Cry of Miami
( B. Gossip: I
Lot U Cook sod .(..1... Subdn of
of Circuit Court. FH section I. Town.hlp 17 SouthiUnio ., Dado. In old C4m.lt. why 14(1.MO.la FOR RENT 12 acres food bean II. show place. M00008 Some .
Oowmcnto.' ... I
Dad. County. Florid of hutakMne .IM
W But. coobtlnlnx 10 Aoro.nwro "Conpon Ootttnettan Serla. _u land 2 mites N. W of Goulds. Q terms. Cameron llonwstewd, I
Clroelt Court spotBy I I..r. I .
or Ion Tint Book t. MIn .
N. O. STERRF7T.: D. C. the County of Daon, SUte pan of Floe secret to be Issued br MM Coy of 11_ A. Crawihaw (pd3)) Phone t J.i .
(MOT H. 881 I D... I. 10)) I ado Mead. Florida. should pot be validated andapnflrnwd I

Tho assessment of MM property under If .It.... FOR RENT-Furnished apart- i PINE LAND
NOTICE' 0' APPLICATION roll TAX tho Mid ofrtlflcnM peed wu In the MUM i any tanparor or of mid CHof
0EKD. CHAPTER 17411 ACM Or IMI of I UnlnowaUnlen Hon.ad. Florida hat any MUM H mcriL C. R. Bigger, 104 N. E. "
FILl A.MM I show why pack Certificates of Indrbud. { 1 A. WMt Mowry $M per acre
NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN that' MM to Onrtlflrate law tho property.hall W redcemvlaerordlnt iturrftidtherein now shouts. not bo ....... wall..... and 2nd ave (nlt-U) 19 A. Epmtwe tkive |Sf per acre

JeanoUt ProparUtt I.... horde ol gt.te will be add to tho Mahout bidder confirmed ha ta required to bow pork
19 A. Coconut Patta
M
and County Tat Certificates Mo. MM.KOI. : nt the Court R.... door no the Neat M_ and oauM before. laid Court at the said time FOR RENT Furnished apartment f per air
and I4l baud the Ird dar of Auint. day In the month of Jlnuanr 111. which places.WITNESS 30 A. Z1-I7-M ___ IIS per acre
A D lilt, hat fllod I MUM IB mr I. the led day of J.nu.n KMDnted air ikrnatnra and official teal Water lights sod bath
( at bll.nl' in Dads 000..,. 140( A. North; ,KixaM Ave $10 per' S SI
for ten Florida this
and boa made application a .
office. thin 17th day nf N eenthcr. 1DI7K I Prefer man and wife No children -
deed to bo honed 11M..... Bold, CorMfkultoieaihraeo B I.FATHERMANCUrk : II daf of November A. I). 111C. sere Cameron phone 72.Homeitead. .
B LKATHERHAN or dogs. S. H. Fitch KUgiHighwiy I
.
the followlm. deocrlbed propertrIII of Circuit C..urt. ,
.
MM Coral of Uoxlo Steaks of Florida."awl" Court SoulDade County florHiCircuit Clerk Bloeontk of tko Judicial Circuit Clre.lt Court ta of and the : East (o3 U) 1 1 _

of 8WW of NWU Section I. By N. 0 8TF.RRETT. D. C. ter Dado eo..... F......... 'i'f)" 0I a 7r "....r'I'"

Town.htp IT Couth. Range III Kant. IN.... II ill Doe. (, 1(1)) IClNutt Ck ark, "II'll FOR RENT 10 acres carl'eU! rug trees end tropical fruA J
>
I. the Ooiraty of Dad. stale of florMo I I M. 'WlrT. Deco C......
H embraced In Cortlllcnto No NOTICE np l.Ir'TlOIf POll TAX I flU Miami C.. PttwM.HAYCOCK land US an acre J. 1. Hilaon, Kason. Jungle Glove, RdHanl

IVll Tho assessment of Mid property DEED CHAPTER 17417. ACTS OP illS Solicitor for PoUUonorWor 1 Narenja (al3tf) road and Plummet drive

under aid arm Gertmmlt Issued wu Fit B A.I'" ( M, Dot I. II. IIIT
.
of Unknown
In tho name I NOTICE: II HFRthY: GIVEN that
sly of SWK of NWH faction ITowMklp A. W. Llndiren. bolder 'f 8.... and Coni NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX FOR SALE It 1. RID FRYERS-Live or orms.ed. .
IT South R..... II Two tr Tat CortirienM. No. Till l mM the Ith DEED I I Free delivery In city Phone

the containing County Id of Aorea Dodo Mora HUM or of tlorMa lees. In day of Aural A. D !.... hu filed MOW Chapter II4IT Art of I.... File No. 33-M.. McEwen Poultry Plat nt
In end
i my offlco Ku made application lora A Mil
me embneed In Certificate I No. 0408. ten dead to ko Issued 'ho...... Bald. NOTICE IS HEREBY LIVEN that I I ROSE BUSHES: Guaranteed 2-
The ampersand: of sold property under Certificate onbnoM the followlnir ._ho AlonM Lewb holder of Town of Flor.Mn everblooming LOST
... old fleldgrown -
In yr
the Mid Certlflcat. baud was .. property In the County of Dado, State Clip Tan Certlflc.te.' No. ItM 1041,1 I I :
umo of Unknown of FlnrId. howl. vsrletiei Fall planting best
1(141 1042 1044 and IMI. .based tho Ind

A Lob Martina lo.IAII.09-19 Sub., Pint *Book 10.I. pos.MM .1 rkm NV to.of Townihlp NMIof: M N914 I:South K .I Rang% s.IIGa.t 1 day In my at July office. ,A.and D. kM IM4 made. h.. application tiled' Mmo I, Free catalogue TYTEX ROSE LOST* Brown change purse $14

hi tho County of Dade In .Stake/" containing I ...... Moro .r..... for a has deed to ko .band tho .o.. saw NURSERIES, TYLER, TEXAS. and change! Reward. Return to
Florida. M embraced of 'Hid In the County of Dod. State of Florida. I CrrtiriMtea _b.... the Mlowlnt do*. (d24) I Leader office.
No. Hit. Tho assessment (pd3)
The aonnnri.nt of Mid property under erlkod. Property In the the. Town of Plop.Id '
undo tin Mid Certificate w
fooony the" Mid, oerHrinW baud I
WM In the .ameof City County of Dndt State of Floe
toed was In tho unto of Unknown.U.4.s I Petor ....... Mn, .....wIt, FOR SALE!: Buick coupe, 1031 MISCELLANEOUSXRAY
MM Certificates hall W riddeemed I
Unleo. MM esrtifkat..kvl1 b. salaamed Lot I, Block I norettnm
1 I Plat Book
oooordlnf to law. the nwpertydoeerlbed j model. A-l condition. Ernest P.
"
according to law, the property deooriboil It Para II, Plat lloek M, Pan
therein will he told to tko klich asepsis will b. cold U tho hhrhoit Mrldorat n28 U
M. In tho Town of Florida Cky. Cs.tv .. l\ berta. ( )
set klddor ot the.Tnurt blow door on too 1 the Court "- ... door on the. first K... of Dodo. Hate of Florid. M em ; EXAM. ONLY ".00, including -
fide Hondo In the month of Jo.we TMM. .
dnr In the month of
which I. the led dw of I......,. !.... h the Ird day .f I..January...,. IMI IMS which orated In Certificate at Mid No. into mder Tboaa.oi.mrnt FOR SALE Thoroughbred Doi- phjtslcsl examination.

linked this 17tk L I B. LEATHEP.MAN some of Mra. Ida Eaton.Lot .
E. 2nd Ave., Miami. (d3-24)
of riroilt Court.
Clark of Franklin McCall Princeton Fla
Circuit
Court I. Block I. Floroltnn. Pint Book ,
Dodo County. riorldiOrull Dad. Conner .1""" .... il Pan II. and Plat Honk M. Pan (n28: d3) I
:: Court Soul Circuit Court Bml 44. In tko Town of Florin city. CMMy II WANTED:
M C. TTRRBTT. D. C.r I
By By N. C. STFRRrrr: D. C'I of Dad. State of Fkn-Ma, M embrao.ed .
(Nor. II 841| Dos I. 1011UITIni \ eH... II. II Doa.
I i I. ) In Certificate No. UI4I The ao.i. FOR SALE-One restaurant or

: APPU"ATION.rolt TAX IN TRP Trucfn rtTfrf: *)** THE 1 MM eso.msel Certflente of Mid bead Maggoty....seder In tin the grocery Ice refrigerator Price WANTED.. Miss bkyt-le, ....- r .,a

I DEED. CHAPTER 17417 ACTS Or INI FIFVENTH: jimrui rR/"nrf or Mme of III ro. Ida BHon low. Royal Palm State Park. Inch wheel Rdddl Dry Gcaners
, 1 PILE: NO IMI *'ORIDA, IN AND FOR DAD COIN: Lot Block I. Flopeltrm. plat Bonk I (
I NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that 'l'T. It, Pan tl and Plat Book M. Pan pdlO Homeitesd
'
: 4 W O T.lbett. holder if Stab and Cmmty Ko. M"ll K In the Town of Florida City. Cow .
/ Ton CotrHfiottoi N" 74N and 74(1wd .: NOTICE OP TROrXMCD VALIDATIONOF tr of Dade. Bute of Florid. M om. FOR SALTS 1 No. 3 16-Inch WANTED To do part time
: the ttfc day of July A D 1MO bo. IHkll,MO.M RKFtJHPINQ RONnS, braced In Certificate No. Io4t TooMnomment
filed; memo III ny office. sod hoi mode of MhT property under the Oliver tractor plow, completely bookkeeping1 Fay M Hokomb

., .. npllrotkm for o Ux deed to b. .bated R'1RIJIIIIN.Ol"'HIOITYOl'nOMIOoI' Mid Certificate. .sued WM In the I overhauled. $3300 W. L. Homestead R.F.D. (r)28)
Uwroon. Cold OrtlflMtoo onbrm the 1. 1987.CITY some of Mn Ida Blten!: .
". following described. vrnwrty. In tho County OF HONF&TBAn: K... ., I Lot 4. Block J. Flneelton PM Rook Laihley 115 N. W. 7th Ave. and
i of Dnd.. stab of Florldi ....wlt. I rpuratlon of the state or KlorMa. IX Pan M. and Plat Rook W Pan With St.. Route 1, Box 445 Miami FRUIT WANTED Roadside
Imo I to >. Sloth 4. Ml.. Palm till..nrr. v. STATE OF FLORIDA r..j M In. the Town of Florid Cltr County .
Park, a Bun. Pint: Book H mm* II. In .P4 ndent of Undo State of FkrM. a. em I Fla. (nl2U) Trading seats 14 India t. Ooulda,
\ .t the county oi Dodo, 8M d Fl Wombrootd TO THP TAXPAYERS AND TITHFNg: ,- braoad In Gerthlcale N.. loll The 4-A Hwy (nlt-dlO
ta OmlflrnU' MOo 74>l. ThoMMmMMliC OF IK.MRSTFAD. FLORIDA I .. ""'nont ofid property under FOR SALE Second hand piano
MM proper* indor tho Nothereby given that aa order was;, the said Certificate tailed ids In the .
MM Onrtlflnn awed wu 11 tho n.m. duly made and Blend o- ataiv.' I name of Mn Ida KUon In good condition. Prke attractive WANTED TO BUY-Old fashioned -
of ...... B tenor till:,'A ,vmr bv the' H mnnU Worth on W'1 L..t I. Itln.k I. pnr' ,.ltn.. Plat Rook Homestead Variety furniture, chairs, tables sideboards
Imo look *' 1.1'. Palm Trammrll Jade of h. Circuit Court li. Ian II. .nd plot Ituuk I*. Pan I
Park .1\.I Pl.t book IB pate 11. the Eleventh Idl1' l Circuit "I tko Sw" 14. In the T...n of F,..ri I. City 0.", nv Store. (pdlT) pictures. china ill.ir.
In the County ..f D.il>. State of FlurW. of Florida. In nod r..r the Cnnnty .4 Do,1 I ,f IHikState of Florists' a, cm- I Address Ro:, I'. )'!of. c'o UiukiEnterprtso '.
.. u ...b...... In Cnr Ifu Ma on November 11th. 1017>> against the Rot. r.-d In Certificate Mo. 1V4I Tko.HMmumcnt I
. 7494. Tko nmumrnt o( said property of Fonda. rriulrlo "t. through the BtauiAtttorwy .. 101 .aM property inder tho FOR SALE Compart In any (nl2.d3))
, gnaw tho saw. Ortlflonto' Issued. wu of the MM Circuit, to show i now I CertWlMtelMueJ. wa. In tho name amount Shipped In by II:. H Wilson -
In Oh...._ of Samuel r.: Cirv.rUnUoi I of Mr.. Id. BRtin.
,
OHM on the Ith day of DoMnthor. 1M7Jt
Mh CortlflrotM shall b, rods. the hour of 11,00 o clack A. M m Midi L..t I. Block I. Ptorelt..n. pint Rook I of Hastings Storage lot at WANTED -- T 1st nfi of homes
*d on"'In. to law. the property dowrlbml dote. at Use Circuit Court Room In "" it I'are M and Plot Rook II Pan Modcllo. H. S Hljcglnbotftamagctit and apartments for rvnt Henry
th.r.ln will bo told to the hhihMt bidder courthouse la the City of Miami. .c... so. In the T. rn of Klorld. City. eo....
, w ot tINt Court kon" door on the first kSindnr of Dad.. la MM Chmilt' why I......... ty of Dad. M.M. of r-lorld.. M e.Vnlew .- Box Md, Homestead 1 Behrens & Den W. Morris N.
rn tho month of January. IMI. wktokk Refundlrur h..... >rle. lest. .-'I. brand I. '*"" .looks N. I".. The (pd 8))| Krome ave. north of 10-rcnl
.... trd day nl I....". IBM to bo honed by UM mud city of Homn... aresm.oa K saw pe.pery under use I 84 (18-10)
Doted ibis lltk day oT NmmnlOT 117r ,,-.. should not bo Validated and ... old Certltlotto baud wr I. tho same storei phone
I B. HATHFRMMClork fl.[ ..... 01 Ifra. I" iab.la. LEGAL NOTICES
i of Circuit .CoFi-Id. II any taxpayer or lllaon of Mid City of Mid OtrWfleatM sell kt re. 1
D.J. Counlr .' R HUMtrad. ."....... .but any saw to slow doomed aooordlnc to .law In.
It Clocult Court SM why tuck boao, should not bo pond raildMed -I dssrtlwd u. ..... will lit aid ns2. I I ilUwlnn _,n.r properly 'In the Counts ; Buy a Home
,
Bv H C. STERRFTT: D. ". and onrirnwd, ko to required. to ort bidder the Court home door on tko of I...... ItaU of Florida, ......It. ;
: (Nov II II : DM I. 10) thaw' inch mesa before Md Court nt the!I flog. Monday m the month of 1..."" : M Oook Martin Sub. a ."' Buy Grove Land
i. MM time nnd pass. liS. *"k" h the W 'w eA poAt Book I, son W containing III: i
NITII'II 01' APPLICATION rill TAt WITNBSS ny ilrnoturo. and offtoUl onlnl Areas men or mam, In the o..unl.f Buy Glade LandIt
DKEO. CHAPTER IHS7 ACTS OF 1111 Miami In Dto Oonnry. rlorlna. Shim I, Voted thin 101 day of DoMnW I.'j toads. Matt of riorMa
. PILE A.twoNwTICR lltk dos of .-.... A. D. INI f.. R. L :: The assessment of .... property under 1s firm belief that ..lah.r
i II HHIHUT: GIVEN: thot E.: B LEATHMU- 1N. Clerk of Oemrit tko Mid PMthTlMlo baud WM In he .... 1 mr -
y /...... ProwotU., I.... Molder .J sttt- Clerk of to Circuit tester nf th.Elennth .I I D.. o..atr. oft Unknown .1 prices are Imminent
and County T.. ConiflfnM Mo. TMK and Judicial Circuit of Fl.rldo, CI...," Caoon wed v...* MM cortlflratt shoo kt ro vinod "
7 Ia*i. ban tad man In nut office. and ho Circuit Court 9 olHy 8 Doe. 1\1.j tnomln will be told to tht highest bidder 1 Don't walk
maid ppllnitk for n tax dead M b. hood M. SWIFT Deputy ejects nl DM Court bases dour on the fret M.'n. Buy now.
thoroon Bold Certificates onhwr the IRA C. HAYCOCK NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB TAXI day 'la tko math inn, which I
doM-rlbod pmronr I In 0h. Oounty Ml.oil FlorMiSolklwr I DKID H the. M day of "f.1i, Too'H thank me for this teg-
of Dodo Bto,. of Florin. .-..11. for fotltlooor.Not CII.ttt., 171 .. AeM of It, A Dated Mill fish day of N......... l'*7C II
few months heave
GIVEN chat! gestlnn
CM a
Lot It. Conk 4k Unrtloi Sub., Plot IIRRFPY B. LKATHItHMANClerk .
It.
( It I*. 111 Dot Tl :
Book L page Id, ronulnlnt l<] A"rffnoro i mary B adder of stay and Cm... of tlrruk Court.
or -.. In th. Oruntr of DOM, IV Tax C. .V"1* N.. "M hod the/ Dado Oountr. rkirldtClmilt I II. A. Cameron
Slate of riorUo. M embraced In Cor.tlflooto NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TA'41' rd bur of A.,.u.t, A'lj Joel, a. flkM Court Seal ,
No 7t... Tho .woMnmt of DEED |'; nam In my rtre, .; ,. mndt applC Br N. C STFRRltTT, D' ClNo
Mid property nndor Iho Mid CmtflroU Pile No. trut oath. for a .stood. be be .baud taro.. .: .II. Ml Dot. t, M)i I I
based woo In the anew of Unknown. NOTICE IH HKRERY: GIVEN that .. B. 10101 Corttf. .o .mhos,. the following
Lot 17. Cook Martin ...... PUt lie.111I.. holder of Cky of Hlotamk teaotrtlTwate. f..be. property I. she Cony at Da .1 "an
Honk I. pun 10 containing .0 Aeno Numbered II and t*. dated of rlorida 6-wits
more or _. In the Count of Dwto the lob day at June A. D. Vast bra fu"' Lose 14 and II. Block I, Onnada Turner's Funeral Home I NATURDL CAS:J Jfor
State of Florida. M ......... I I. Can Mid' CooII'...... In nr of..... and b o1//1 Park a Sib t' Sub ||. p_ s,0.
ttfU-ot" No. TIM The _t of mado application fir In deW b kouotheroon jn the Co.nt, o Da State of Flo, I
sow presider under tho mid sertglrabe In norordanco with law Mid CorttftMtM -I I .. 14.UK AMiarANCE SEJtVICE cooking and water healing
based was I. the mid rt V.k_ I ombnuo tho following dencrlbM The neneanirut of old property Soda, I
Vnlooi. MM CortUVntoi shall ko rxhwrn.HI. property. Buttes In Dade Cuanty Flo '"the rid rertlflcaU basil was ta tko' Lady Attendant I II Dot expem4v It IVlwll
r4 .. to taw tho orntxrlT d o rlh dlhoK ..... -., omo of I UnkiHW*. | I
<. will bo sold to tho kUlhnt of>4 tho Court haw door an the-tint Man City ol Htaleak. County of 080..: !I oemrdlnx 1. '..' ibe .l I 1 1I 1I I t 2.n.: eat
,"* "rH" I. tt'I sae ms.e
doy In II'"J. Jaspers IMI. which Stow of Florida" ao embraced In .r- : w i odd" .
In the January. .M. Mftrota No M. Tko '.oitm.n of I hloldoor nt be m hew .I ', ? the,
. DOW thin I7th day of Nwowihor 1M7B MM property ender the MM CarA.. fires ."nd., ? the month of January ,
R. irATHKKoUM ease tatoed was H> Iho some of Iles I :I90 which the Slid day 0 '
clara of ClrraK Oourt bmwe. :
loss.DOW
Dade Covey. t'aeIda.D Lot 6, Ino'k 11 JII.looh Original In IhU l.t" .r Derv .. Annie Mayhcw Fitzpatrick
Cllrnlt Court Orel the say of HlakoJi, roomy of Dad, R B. LKATH';
N. C ,PTPRRETT D. C. 1 state of rhwkla. .< enibra,ed .In Car Clerk of Clrcu 1.1'
(No..19N1Do&8.10)IN W..... He. aa. The OMMemont ( Dad. County.
toM propernader use oaM IVrtl'l- ehe.i Chrra Com Sea Graduate Oberlin Conservatory and Royal
> THE Mmi'\Y COl'RT OF THE >ed wno In tko acme of tier ... I D> M. t... STtDRETT.
riitvrtKTH jwDirui CIRCUIT or Union rid Certificates, ....11 be .Imm- ,11oo. t. 10. 17 14 .M I
I PI.ORIDA. rt AND FOR PACK COUN- od -no '> Uw taw deed w,\ kale' Conservatory of Leipzig
TT IN rHANCHY IwlwM on tie Rick slat of Don.uklr. A. NOTICE or APmrATioNT VON TAX
" ROIM liT I). PRIRR, riol.Mff. .*. D IMI a DEED CHAPtER I74M ACT Or IMIFll
c KUK M PRIER! Ilonk Dated tub !'tk day of 'araatkor A. D, B A-IM
ORDER PUll PI iLirATIOf IMI : NOTICE W HCRtMY nmN that PIANOFORTE AND THEORY
I TO I 31)BIB H. rRirn: |u. Hwrth Tn C. a LEATfl'llMOClerk ,I boodle Pr ,4ttw.. IMU holder of Sutoaad
Scnct V.>* '>. n..Ia. of Cosmic done... 1 1I County Tan aerrt$ roe N'. IWI baud
Too .n herNy O+.,*,... and ..down.... as + Bode Came KVwklo.8r .1 MM *tk day eAocunt.. A" I>. litt. bass Rttlhnd Road Near Drive Phone 14.2
I 01 M..r" the Ith day .rf Bt.nibi.r. A. D I I M C. STrRKETT D. O.CrreuM filed MOM la my :Ww"":. kM made.apallttrtkm Biscayne
t INT. t. war rout onnonmnot .k) low Congo Heal.Mor I for a w be booed 1
p oobsw cwMot otkMwto the *Uo.nt...o row < HUM : Doc I, 11)) tlMrooo. amid Certificate tmbncat use





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Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, December 3,1937



Maxwell House EXTRA SPECIAL
D G BLUE PLATE

Coffee Salad Dressing

2-pound S4c t I Pint jar -...--.. .... .24c

Cans .. -- I MY 441 Quart jar ____.." ..__ 39c

.

Specials for Friday and Saturday, Dec. 3rd and 4thFREEBaskef


of GrocEries Given AwayHPREE


.J'AIMfI:" Vdll 1 PARKAY i
Per Can Nestle's Irridiated Milk
OleomargarineDelicious
. 14c
| 3 tall cans _.._.___. .... 21c
lb.pkg. _..oo.... 19c
No.1 cans.. 14c NIBLETS, 2 for 27c
1 Country RollBUTTER
No. IVz can. 19c -
Green Giant ww

/ No.lcan..13cNo.2cal lb. .......... 39c PEAS, 2 for .......... 29c
a.ML
.... 23c Western Van Camp's
Chuck Roast PORK & BEANS
.
Rich Creamy 3 lb. can lb. .oo......... 25c 16 oz. cans, 2 for ............................ ...9c

Small LeanSpareribs RED BEANS, 2 cans ........................ We
SPRY S7cPURE
Pillsbury Chow M.In Noodleswith

GOLD, plain or self rising Ib ........oo.. 20c Family of Foods Prepared each con Ck.laChoy..w.M In

5 Ibs...... ..22c Fresh Boston cut
.... LOUR 10 Ibs ........................ 42c FLOUR

& 20 Ibs. ...................... 75c Pork Roast 5 lb. pkg ................ 27e ch-W dam,.

Crisp IcebergLETTUCE BULK lb. ...........__.... 25c cr.rSs uey r
Sno-Shcen
Country style pure
PRUNES CAKE FLOUR........29c \.. BOTH
2 large heads .14c 2 lbs. ....... 15c Pork Sausage for

FANCY lb. __._.____. 33c FARINA ................ lOc 2cSTOKELEY
GRAPE JAM
Irish Potatoes Banquet sliced break. FINEST,NO. 2i CAN
16 oz. jar fast

10 lbs. _..... 18c for ......._. 15c BACON 1 PUMPKIN,2for; ...... 25c

York Imperial Apple Butter lb. .__.... ....oo 35cSwllt's Chili Sauce 8 oz. ...... 14c

Cooking Apples 24 oz. jar Georgia Smoked SUNSWEET

5 Ibs. ....... 18c for _.......oo.... 14c Peanut Rolls Tenderized Prunes

Round Stringless JULIETTE lb. .................. 37c rIJ I "
j 2 .lb. box _._.__.__._.. 19c
I Green Beans Meal or Grits Local Fresh DressedFRYERS
"Eat 'em like candy"Jack

J 2 lbs. .__ __ 19c i 5lbs. ........ 19c
oo. Fancy Blue Rose lb. .......... 35c Frost IIIPOLJTEpt
: Firm RipeBANANAS .-...... 18c
:j RICE5lbs. Hens, lb. ___. 30c Brown or
xxx BLUE RIBBON FIGS
.... ._ 22c Fresh Baltimore
l' 3 Ibs ........lOc ? 3 pkgs. Black Mission or Ca-
DAllY LLMA BEANS OYSTERSExtra for Iy25e

Black ReiberGRAPES BLACK EYE or PEAS select, qt. .... 80c pkg. ............ 19c

' 2 Ibs. -.... 15c Standards, qt. ........ 65c Z

2 Ibs.'....... 19c Bob White Shoulder .
LAMB ROAST, Ib. 21c G" for tCLo.excake.
i
Tender YellowSQUASH TOMATOES
LAMB STEW, Breast 19c !
2No.2cans..l5c 2 Iba. ........................ 25c
2 Ibs. ....... 17c Assorted Flavors Del Maix Underwood Delicious
Boned and rolled Cream Style
Deviled Ham,
Heinz Soups
Farm's Atone Veal! Roast it CORN
2 medium cans 2 cans 2% oz. can

)It.: .. ".""113c for ......... 27c lb. ... u.... SOc :: 25e for .. __..__ 14cPu.
z : 'iaaYlNrrrrti.r'_,, i asir'+r1rl.ra, +li/rr' ". !: '" ,q; .i I
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