The leader-enterprise

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The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title:
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title:
Leader enterprise
Place of Publication:
Homestead Fla
South Dade Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 25, 1935
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
25.471189 x -80.468122


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).

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University of Florida
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33835104 ( OCLC )
AKP5867 ( NOTIS )
sn 95047482 ( LCCN )

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Homestead leader
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f 122 I RL TAX Disaster To Rotes Rescue.r by Dade Set-up County Explained ChairmanOrganization I' 102 PAID-UP ROSTER PUTSCHAM610FC01ECEOYER t:

LEYYBEFOREMOIEE i of disaster-relief whether Dr not to close It to ", 1
workers whose Job win be to take general public In order to protect
charge of any stricken area and!I the area from looting. el
II perform rescue and relief work Harriwm said that several thousand
.' ( until the national Red Cm re Indentirtcation tag had TOP IN MEMBERSHIP DRIVE
!lief machinery can be set In.IIIa-i purchased to to worn on the wrists
tion WM explained to the Homestead -' of authorized workers ot resident
Rotary Club at Its meetingM ot any closed disaster ,re..

'lade Mandatory by Court Legion Han Wednesday noon A transportation' committee, Believed Greatest Roll
Orders Obtained by M. R. Harrison of Miami. chair with Mayor A. D. H. roomy of Since Boom Who They Are ;
by man of the Dade County disaster Miami M general chairman, has Days
Bond HoldersTO relief committee. charge of holding boats, automobiles of 192526 The 101 paid-tip members of ::'
Organized at the beginning of trucks in readiness to go I the Redland District Chamber of
STRENGTHEN LAWN the hurricane warning. of a wherever needed on short notice. FRANK DELL TALKS' Commerce are as follows

SLOT MACHINES month ago, aa the result of popu- Rescue squad organized along ON PUBLICITY PLAN At C. Deputy, Homestead Norge t
lar demand following the Florida military lines, whose duty will be Shop W. K. Lewis Ernest P. Roberta -
Key hurricane of Labor Day, the to penetrate the stricken area and F. M. Fogl A. R. Livingston
Attorney to Draft Ordi- Jurisdiction of the Dade County recover wounded, homeless and Letter Advises Redland Oulf Fertilizer Co., J. P. Reynolds

nance Authorizing disaster relict committee include dead victims, will be under George School Will Get Phone JT. M. Holferty C H. Oatowood,
Seizure alt of Dade and Monroe County Levine of-the Harvey Seed Post by Novembet 1 Coral Reef Nunerlefc Nuranla
"- as far a* the ferry landing It, of the American Legion. Rock Co., Dade Packing Co
Lowe Matecumbe, Mr. Harrison' Having in mind the tragic shortage Harry's Welding Shop David
A4 ordinance levying a tax of of capable outboard motor The Redland District Chamberof Barnes, Ed's Place, Ed Leedskalnln -
1U cent on the dollar-which said.A police committee composedof operators during the rescue work Commerce membership committee A. W. Hutchinaon.
would amount In less than nine chief of police of the municipalities after the Florida Keys disaster, went over the top .( 4:30 p. m. Homestead Insurance
year to confiscation of the prop- yesterday In Its drive for 100 Fay Hobbs, A
of Dade County with Sheriff Mr. Harrison said, the committee J. W. Red-
erty levied upon-was given its members. At the time of going to: Agency, English
D. C. Coleman at their head I I* having a class for outboard
flnt ,ano! second readings by the I I exactly 102 member were land District News Seminole
will take charge of the policing of motor operator at p. m. every press
Dade Farm Inc.
Theatre, South ,
Homestead city council, which had any: stricken lone and decide i iI I (continued on Pas Eleven I enrolled with duet of $5 per memo Homestead Business
Deo. Trick,
no choice but to obey court mandates her paid for the 1835-38 .fiscal
handed down In a successionof I i ColleliPat', Beauty Shop, Luther
suits decided In favor of bond I Potato ApplicationsTaken year. Chandler, Brown's Pharmacy
holders. to Gainesville The present membership T. J. Harris, J. O. Wynrfi T. A.
lieved to be the oranlutlon'llar Feaster R. E. Edwards C. J.
This levy I. based on a budget llt line the boom day of
Caves, S. L. Kendrick, Ceo Cooper -
which calls for an operating revenue i GIVEN AS TRUCK r County Agent C. H. Steffanl left 1025-26. It to an Increase of 74 C. E. Elchenberger, I. B Jeffrey -
of only $10,100, exclusive of Tuesday for Gainesville with 124
member over last ye.r" total F. H. Redd O. B. Pork,'i'.
salaries and expenses met by light BEGINSORVKE application for potato allotments chamber of commerce enrollment.
and Water plant revenue while South Dade of P. B. Bird. Andy Tetter? Or
from growers. It was decided at a meeting ..
the bond Item include such impossible I The applications are received the chamber Wednesday night that M. A. Berger Parman-l. hmnn
sums as $510,117.90 for I Star Route From Miamito through the agricultural extension the big drive ihould come to an Packing Co., Rosenthal Distributing -
Co.. W. K. Walton, Dixl I Diug
bondsVln default July 31, 1(35; service and must be passed on by end this week, although the membership I
$110,000 for bond maturing In Tavernier Inaug- authorities at Gainesville before committee consisting of I Company. J. D. Redd, C. T. l-udu,

the current fiscal year; a Spltz- urated TuesdayPost being forwarded to Washington w..N. FUield, chairman, O. p.Batk4pZJM Sr, O A. West, U 0. Somm. n.,
er-Durrance specific levy ot.H7- "r-'r tat JinarjtadccnwpMyi0( h j&. I McL( donWjrivdHeadland & u..r Br suitor, .1 r <4t-
700;f.'J. It DfifMnce special assessment office patron 'or (b4tha- Mt. Steffanl will remain for the "A. F. Arthur, WM appointed JIL"M[: 'JJJWI'Itr./t. eMnemat1. T. ;
of $6,6i.a.. Harry C. land District receive mall twice a annual county agents' conference a* a permanent committeeand n. Webb, H. Q. Thurmen J, F Mi-
Davis specific levy of $4.088. The day tot the first time in years, a* which will start Monday at the will continue at work steadily Clung, Redland Motors, Inc., rho*
ordinance setting up the budget the result of mall truck service University of Florida. throughout the year. Determinednot Them.
wa also given! Its first.and secondfeedings. from Miami Inaugurated Tuesday to claim the goal with pledged O. W. Drlggers, J. L. Burton,
following the letting of contractfor I memben, Chairman Flfleld directed Carl Deden, R. S. Dunn, Soilnde,
Townsend ClubsIn
Aa ordinance 'Authorizing the a star route from Miami to I I Local a whirlwind mopping-up cam Inc., W. 11:. Rheney Mae Morris,
seizure of slot machines found In Tavernier and intermediate points. It. S.-Wide l\IaslIl\Ieet paign yesterday with the result Dr. J. A. Smith T. B. Granthnm,
the city, JmltfwUl be drafted byCIf Mall for Homestead arrive by that when'late afternoon came he Homestead Furniture Co., T E.
AUornfepEmest P. Roberta truck at f-19: a, m. and by trainat Te take part In a country-wide (Continued em Page Eight) Kirby. Brooks Properties Inc ,
for' presentation to the council at 4:30pm.: mass meeting ot Townsend club -- Ceo W. T. Snare, Subtropical Experiment -
Its next meeting. The city attorney The truck: brings only first claw to be held In connection with the Station A. F. Arthur,
wa Instructed to prepare the or- mall, newspapers and special delivery "' last day of the national Townsend CAGE LEAGUE TO E. C. Chronlitcr Homestead Building -
dinance following his announce- and special ha/idling parcels convention In Chicago, the Homestead i and Loan Aasn", Ben Archer, I
ment that the city had no such post as far south as Homestead and Redland Townsend I BE FORMED HERE Herman Marks, First
ordinance and would have no defense but take aU classes of mall to Club will meet In Joint session at Bank of Homestead
'to a threatened' Cult tor recovery Key' 'Largo, Rock Harbor and S p. m. Sunday in the Neva King.Cooper .I James Wollam. H. L. Cook. 1?.
'of I slot machine now in Tavertiler.' The train, which' Jlnce School auditorium in I MONDAYNIGHT E. Livingston, Pratt Development
the custody( the Homestead police the hurricane of Sept) 2 is a mixed' Homestead. Simultaneously a t Co. R. L. Walker, Leo L. Poyvi.
department freight mail and pauenge* train that hour Townsend clubs in all W. P. Cash, E. L. Lawrentv. W i
In reply to inquiries, Mr. Rob- that goes only as far south as part of the United State will beassembled Bleier Asks Team Spon- Maxwell Smith, Edward!: Silling,
erts expressed the opinion that Florida City, continues to bring all In mass meeting.Dr. to Tom Lindsay, Dr. J. B. Ti.wer X,
clot machines could be seized on second class mall and parcel post Jennings of Miami, Fla, sors or Managers I Florida East Coast Fertlli. > co.
the ground that they are gambling other than special delivery and and Dayton, O, wlU be the speaker Meet in Gymnasium I P. J. Franklin Roy' Chandh,., Und J
device; as the supreme court has special handling, together with here Sunday afternoon. Chevrolet Co., C. L. Twe, aril,
ruled only that a slot machine such first class or other mall as At the joint session of the Homestead Sponsors or manager who wish I Frank Skill, George N. WukifM,
does not constitute a lottery but may accumulate after ( a. m. and Redland Club last to enter team of men or out-of- Max's Department Store. Oca W.
has not ruled al to whether or not The truck brings mall that arrives Sunday afternoon In the Neva.II school boys In a basketball I leagueIn Turner, Jr., Mack HardeeT. .
it la a gambling device. in Miami on F.E.C. Train 70at King Cooper School auditorium, Homestead are asked to be at I I I _

The council authorized the city 6:50 a. m. The train, which I Mayor P. B. Bird and the Rev. CN. I II the Homestead gymnasium at 7.30: A. Feaster Candidate
attorney to enter into a stipulation leaves Miami at 1130: p. m., brings Walker were elected by acclamation :p. m. Monday to discuss
with Casey and Walton, attorney -, tint class mail which arrive on I a* additional delegates to I tion plans with Theo. or.nlp-I For Office of MayorT.
for W, C. Wood to the a Seaboard train in the forenoon. accompany T. D. Piche, elected at I city recreational director I
(Continued on Page Eleven) :While the truck goes to Taver- a preceding meeting, to the national I at the Homestead A. Feaster, president ol the
I ntef dally except Sunday It comes I convention la Chicago, which i iI Particularly invited, Mr. Dieter Homestead city council, has .innounecd -
Announces to Homestead dally Including Sun I began yesterday and will last : said, are the managers of the I his candidacy for the office -
Tom Kirby day. The mall truck reaches Tav- through Sunday The three delegates 'I team* represented last year, namely of mayor subject to the town
Candidacy for Mayor ernier by 12:30: p. m. and leave 1 and Mrs. Bird left by-automobile -Homestead, Rea'land Prince*I caucus to be held on Nolit! in
on the return trip at 1:30.: It arrives Monday. ton and Brooker Lumber Co. I II the Neva King Cooper School
Tom Kirby this week announcedthat In Florida City at I p. m. I Mr. Feaster was born In Iwiw-
he would be a candidate for and lays over there until 8:30.: It tence, S. C. lie came to Florida
nomination! al mayor at the leave Homestead northbound at: Children Under 12 Swim Free II with his parents when he was tl
city: caucus to be held on Nov. IS. ':45 p. mv'and arrives In Miami '- years old and lived in the Titus.
Mr. Kirby a member of the present .t 0. At City ;Pool All Dad Saturday I vale section. In early manhood
ewracil, we* elected In- 1MJ On Sunday the truck'ieavesMiami he moved M West Palm Beech and ,{

to serve a tern tot four years by a* usual at I a. m. and spa An children under 12 year of Those who have paaaed swimming entered the meet and provision
virtu l of the fact that he was one rives here at (.11 It leaves age will be admitted to the municipal -I i tests are: Lester Archer. business, and later established a
of the two high candidate Homestead on the return to Miamiat store in Miami and moved to that
Mr Kirby, who was born In 12 noon and arrives In Miamiat swimming pool free all day I I Billy Arthur, Tommy Collins, city In 1BOS. He sold his businessin
Harve de Grace Md., came to I p. m. Saturday Theo. I. Bleier, city Tburman Connor, Emory Dealing 1913 and began fanning in ill
Homestead in 120 and has been Mall for the northbound train recreation director, announced Cora Mae Groover, Teddy Hall at Florida City, where he lived
a property owner hen since 1021. closes at 1:30 p. m. dally. Mall yesterday.Mr. I Manuel Hancock, TheodoreKnowle for seven yean before moving to
Bffqre coming to Homestead he for the Miami-bound truck close I *. Cha Little, Richard Homestead He ha owned prop
Dieter will offer tickets at
wa associated with Us father In at t.15: p. m. daily and at 11 JO I Mattson, Pierre McDaniel, Orville erty In Homestead sine im
the farming and canning of tomatoes a. m. Sunday. a nominal chargcon which wholefamilies Irwin Raymond Roberts, Earl Mr. Feaster was elected to the
to Maryland and' after ConnIng The better mall service wa may swim for a month I Rohrer, Eugene Saunders, James council 1831 and was one of the
hen hit engaged to the grow granted by the post office, department and other which the individualmay Sullivan Rufus Sullivan, Phillip two councilmen who received the)
ing, packing and shipping of to- in response to vehement protests I use for I month. I Topinno and Wilbur Ward. highest number of vote Since
matoes. lodged by practically every Boys who have passed their Beginner are: Steven Bfendo, the two highest candidates era
Mr. Kirby helped organize the civic organization the district I junior life saving tests are: Robert Harold Branch, Jo* Byrum, Manuel automatically 'nold-ovwr council-
Tint National Bank ot Homestead with the postmaster, the postmaster Sykea, William and Jack McMlch- Cudeylo, Archer Dodson, Fred men", Mr. Feaster wa elected for
and is a charter member of general and Florida' congressional ael Billy Walton, Phillip Toppinoand 'I Fucha Wave Horton, Lynn Irwin 1 a four-year term which he will
jti board of directors delegation In Washington. Billy Clark. I Frank Toppino. i complete next January.



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Pare Two THE LEAnER ENTERPRISE Friday October 25 19! tt. ,;

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adequate cooling under exceptionally 8T IOH 1 EPISCOPAL
Ford V-8 for193G Shows
Improvement seven oondtttont SERMON TOPICS CHURCH

. Acid from bnprovetnccvta. Nov. Corporate: seam*.
In Form Interior and Engineering
the rtmiiti to unchanged. Its most FIRST BAimsT ciimcnOH. tea all a. at.
important feature to the proper -IMk aennan by
The Ford V-l can for 11M an' seer shifting it made Mater by combination of three enilneertng' Mr*. C N. Walker. MmtegTalker HOMESTEAD METHODIST
DOW on display al Reaaaad Motors! reducing the length of travel *fth principles to provide what to *f UcbW.CIUUSTIAX CUintCK
Inc / gear shift lever IeIpd the "aeterpoI.M" ride Oct. S7-Mortise menages r
Body lion which tithes new, The I These an improved spring .1 SCIENCE M"-1 eve.lsg sBeata.*:
Dumber of anU-nrirttoo
not I in conservative strcaaltaing.,I pension, correct car balance sad CHUmCHOei ",'W Watt I for?"
t a BMW treatment of the Interiors bearing la the cntttfci II Increased proper passenger weight distribution."t'reb.tiee
and three Important refinements to IT from IS. After Death". WANT ADS PAY

In charms engineering: summarize, The new steel wheel consist of Other feature Include a double: ---;" ,
the principal Improvements. There' a drawn steel spok, section eljctrically drop X-type frame, with X and I
ar* no radical chance. The SS- weldedJM tb tim forming side member forming box ectioa.
horsepower V-> engine of which a tingle tteel unit of exceptional extending to the end of the frame:] FOR MAYOR
more than 1,000,000 are now to atl'enaUaJach wheel it needy mechanical four-wheel brake,
operation, la unaltered.Of : Ov pound lighter than the fanner with III.inches of friction surface;!
the three principal chassis' steel spoil wheel The wheel f'll1I1bII1I'auWnI perched I II 1 I will be a candidate far the eft-lee *f Mayor It fteaalaated at
the City Caere on Nev. IS. If I am exlaated and later
to completed a UH-kteh hubcap eleet.
forward of front axle and back
improvements, one Improved with I ru I II' .4 I mill eeotlnae to rlv. UM people UM _tan basest, fair and
polished rustles tteelcenter
steering-to aimed at greater! eat' of the axle oa the 112-lnrh Impartial service that I have lYa them the fast fat yean at
and safety of opration. Two otters -, carrying the V.. In pja. I' wheelbase, providing I la excel of! City CramcUmaav I earn eases UMM vb* Hpport aM that tan
tend to greater contort One Tire are again '00 by II inches, 113 Inches tprlngbate, easy dutch Mi UM eaa4ldato of ty etM mdlvMaal *r select gawp bit
t if the UM of new tel wheel I carrying 10 pound pressure. with application assisted by centrifugal will serve all UM people to UM best ef any aUUty
which lessen the unsprung weight' Although no change except la, force: full torque-tub I II
and thut provide greater riding, )!manufacturing OneneM has been I drive; three-quarter floating rear i,
comfort The other I* an improved mad In the V-l engine, UM cool axle with straddle-mounted pinion I TOM KIRBY
transmission using quirt hell- I ing system ha been Improved and : and double acting hock absorber -
cal tear*-fOl'llllPrb'd only in its_capacity increased to provide .
second and --- -"
high speed*-In all for-
\,urd speed and revert' 1

A new front-end treatment ,dt't
s nr< added distinction to the body
bars The hood li I longer. rxlendiijt I
gracefully over the attractive yr 'Nt f
new radiator frtlle With It* ver-
lira I slob and
.. more accentuated

rounded lower edge which blend
with the streamlined curve of thInner
portion of the fender, the
mil contribute a new note of

mvtneaa. 1/.s it ill
Fender ant streamlined, a wide +
inward flare glvlnf them an Im-
posing '1)1>>"'_. Louvre are
of new detlgn. Horn are BOW recessed -
In the fender apron back ) ii
of email round grille beneath the
streamlined headlight I<

The welded steel body .. low :
and wide, with flowing rear quarter I
line Finish U a ford-de
veloped baked enamel There are j
live body colon, Washington blue \
gray vineyard green, Cordoba tan, I
gunmetal and black, of which the
Int two an new De lux body .,
type are available In any of UM I I
live colon, with fender '
and wheel of new .
harmonizing color. Can IIIIIkbln'l'
de lux equipment com
or gunmeUI with I.... :
t log the body color and black i :1
wheel 'I

Thirteen body type are available -
ton with de loss appointments -
and three without The** .
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anD* lux: three window coup, _
live window coup, roadster with
rumble teat, phaeton, cabriolet
with rumble teat, convertible ..- 4
dan tudor sedan fordor sedan .
tudor touring sedan and factor

touring Without lux equipment: I THE NEW FORD V-8 FOR 1936 '

:\ dor five-window tedan. coup, tudor and for

.. Interior. especially luxurious
'; la the de lust type, reveal distinctively
,. modern treatment Th
color motif I* a rich gray, with Why do we KIT The New Ford vI U no ejection about the Increased driver'ai touch lie a H-tramd bone.

which the taupe of the upholstery far U36T beauty of UM Ford V-S for 1938.In You dool bar to 'push* or "fight" the

are fabrics deeply bal'1llOnlSeat pillowed and cushion set oft What Sa MM cheat tt? more practical matter, many Ford V-l-driver and ear easily gel

with new piping lade IUd type Of co.-: newel engine h the imprecensents lien. teen ", .J.- en terms of good understanding with

various upholstery option are Steering .. mod easier each other.
low-price cat Bld"IlSrthe V-l engine. by a new *tring <

J L available.give added elbow Recessed room arm la rests the Sine Ford made It available to eU car gear ratio. The cooling rralem drculat An agine bat much to do with daD

} fordor and tudor touring MIa uen (keepin It a economical a* can ** S'/t gallon ol water through a roominess of a car. Very much indeed.A .

: All Instrument an of new de* with fewer cylinder) Ih* Ford V-l baa nw. larger radiator. Natural thermo- long engin* use up car space. The

i': lip to conform to the modern effect been the newest engine on the market vphoa action I* assisted by two centrifugal compact V-l engine permit much of th*

t', of instrument the MW gray panel.metallic D* pyroxylin toes cmd remains the nest for 11* water pumps New style hood ordinary eogin space to b* used by

'1 t car paneto an fitted with 100- You may bur a cox on minor "tafldnfdaJM" louvre permit a rapid air-flow around par..g.ea. a

I mile speedometer, with trip mileage .*ocn. specially advertised lecture the engine n really Is great car fa every way. t
recorder, ammeter,water teenpenture ,
;I Indicator electric fuel "with the car thrown In'-bal after Emir quieter shifting of Ford goer. this 1938 Ford V.I-tb. finest atost.

} c gap and electric oil gage, a* aO. II to the engine you bay when you -Th. gear shift lever new travels a most dependable Ford car eves built J

.t( ',G well a* cigar lighter, tilting lib buy a car. Heoc w*put the engine first. shorter distance. Now oa display by Ford dealers. i
I tray and glove compartment The
t'I ash tray nay be removed and a Other mw "..,. is eloet Ike sec TAe tee "..U"/.* year we.r In

order.Font radio Installed upon special _.. ej I.,., I;' 6r.1t.-hUe that step the car with LOW FORD V-8 PRICES .

t Its Ease much cecranfuL The ease mad certainty. Ford Super-Safety
ore more
All body type have clearvisionu '
.\ Brake*) oItbe1 long-tostod fool-prooi TH1I1LLM: BOOT TT7ES-Ce >* (I wbtdewi).
ventilation. Safety glass I* standard hood iti longer and .....forward over
la wlndahleldi and all doors mechanical dsJan SSIO I....* Sedoa, SUO. r4w melee, KVLDC
the distinctive new radiator: grin; ,giving
. J and wlndowt. Sa/ef b IVZC-Jleedeter: (with tumble aeat). SMO.Cnt .!
Ih length and that -ase.eys- the electrt-
a or*
car grace
", Steering gear ratio ha been :. (1 ....._), ton. Ce.p. ($ .......).
Increased to IT-to-l from IS-to-I.// Instantly inaprtexlv The fenders or* cally uin.steel body. ScfotyCtaaa
I tSSS. Paaetea, SIM. Taeer Beds, $Stl. Call-
and the front rite arml larger with a wide flare. Horn are concealed cD iio extra castH;
lielet with natal seat), 112$. Fade .....
lengthened. New roller beerln t|
< did bar written letter because
circular grateful -
behind beneaththe
have been added to UM leering i : grille till.. Tadse I..... Beach (with ltaJa.Iah
arm actor abaft, and teeth of the headlamp New steel wheels. this glass has protected the safety ). CM. Feeds.1'-.. salsa (with MIllo

worm and lector an now ground I Ford upholstery-alwayi of sterling of their bmili* la task). 1130. CeaverUM '"- PtO.r ,

,,. and lapped. It I* estimated effort j I quality and excellent ta&te-U rich and A car yon can JnW without ttra'inll .O.B.I oh& ....... uas eq Isd.9bye.
required la steering has been reduced
of the Jay if like. to .'"d mw AD Ved V'S beds".
,' more than 13 per cent II a.t enduring. Th appointment car .a. you dry or country.Steady tars a.tegr rye esSesalst
.t \ result of Ulna Improvement bar a new touch of reliD.mtDI. The hulls th* road. responds la the .:. .

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Friday, October 2S> 1985. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Paw Three
PLAY FACILITIESKEEP ; Dixie and Turner Girls'
I Teams Have Love Feast .

CfflLDRENFROMMISCIIIEF Players of the Turner Funeral
Home and Dixie Drug glrh' diamond -
ball teams were given a Mixed to Suit
chicken dinner at the Homestead
Country Club Tuesday evening by
the sponsors of the two teams. E.
Child Welfare Subject of B. Blackburn, public speaking
Talk to Lions by teacher at Homestead High School. Local Weather Conditions
Wm. J. Pruitt 11I talk on sportsmanship.Present .
went Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Johnson,Mrs. Bevo Webb,
Proper facilities for entertainment I
Mrs. 11:. J. DyaU Mrs. J. H. Web:
and recreation will
OH the street corners and keep away bon ;:;.Dr.. J-:: D.Stanley Hartman Wtttkop Gee and W.I Redland Brand Fertilizers are mixed to suit
from pool rooms, bar room and
members of the teams:
Miami gambling attorney placet, told Was the J. Pruitt Lions, Helen Dixie.and Drug Catherine-Dorothy Steffank Sykes, Alta, the different weather conditions of this section.
Club of the Redland District Tuesday -
Webster Lois and Eunice Walker.
the night member In an address of the commending club for- Nina Pearl Bush, Bobble Summer Since our factory is located in Homestead, we are
lin, Ernestine Smith.Fern Robertson -
the general welfare work they Nora Alters, Mosley Sever
have done and suggesting that Marcia Gautens and Henrlett better able to serve our customers' needs as we
they ran do much toward the betterment Hartman.
of the boys and girls of Turner Funeral Horn*.-Cora
their community. Mae Groover, Katherine Vann.Carolyn know the conditions under which the fertilizer
Mr. Pruitt, the speaker of the ,
Thurman Margaret Berg.or *
evening welfare. had a* bit subject child Dorothy Home, Phyllis Par must act to give the best results.
sun Cecelia Harper Marguerite .
Sixteen-year-old Rudolph Chattain Turner, Florence Godwin Marjorie *
of South Miami sang two solos Sullivan Catherine Murphyand t
to Jill own guitar accompaniment Thelma Turner.
and Clyde Sander, young South,
Miami yodeler, gave I number. Stalttaan Pleased Over
Then followed a duet by Rudolphand Redlands Band Outlook.
Clyde, who MAC to their own
guitar accompaniment An Instrumental Twenty applicants; for the Red-
trio, with Clyde and land Community Band were enrolled
Rudolph playing their guitars and as beginners at the practice
Ollie Cbaatain playing the harmonica meeting held last night in Farm
was the grand finale. : Life School under tutelage of MI-
Walter H. Woods was announced ami University bandimen.
aa the winner of Jut _It., divided Into six group and Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.
! liar's contest by Sam J. Davis,I to various rooms In the TIw'I
, judge of liars. This week's contestants practice.
were Tom Torbert T. E. Charles Staltman In a
Kirby, Chas. Cox and Walter Tal- those present said he was greatly MANUFACTURERS
bott. pleased with the outlook for the
Among guests present were band. There wa no practice for Redland Brand FertilizerMANGANESE
County Commissioner W. Cecil i I advanced' players last night, but
Watson of MiamI. J. M. Holferty I I I there will be next Thursday night,
of Goulds and Warren Lehman of I he said. The first hour,beginning DISTRIBUTORS PHONE 16
Miami. Lawrence Pope,chairmanof st 7.30.: will be devoted to begin
the luncheon committee announced ners as usual FRANK B. RUE, Mr. HOMESTEAD, FLA.
that next Tuesday's meetIng -I Mr. Staltman said he was particularly
, will be I "ladles' night", with pleased with the talent .. ...
f a box lunch as the feature. Each' exhibited by the clarinet pla1en-
memberwill brief his lady and practically all of whom are able
.. I,lunch for two. I I I to play as bandsmen nad1.


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:done, it's the cigarette itself

that counts

the question is,

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", will suit yo II e you want to think whether


.: its mild you want to think about the taste st

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is no accident I ,

The farmer who grows the tobacco, the A

warehouseman who,eII at auction to the s t f

highest bidder, every man who knows about 0 tJl

leaf tobacco will tell you that it takes mild for mildness

ripe tobaccos to mate a good cigarette. for better taste

In making Chesterfields we use mild ripe

.,. ..n;.zrrUfWT..a.homegrown; and,Turkish tobaccos. :.if

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Par Four THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Friday. October 26. 1985.

THE-LEADERENTERPRISErablhhed ..... ."...era*., Wte.. "To Organize Scout Cub i iI '
I' don their work the Night THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER I I
I Troop Tuesday
Fridays at name 'I..., but not before .. I
Uni Fie., by the South Dade In bed does help the I BT
Publishing Ce. of course, but they! A Boy Scout cub troop will be nnnn .--
I the cold; the bed doesn't organised at 7 p. m. Tuesday at t 50(11 ready a railllonarie Then she
Ml!' ARCHERFdibr I But me colds are not the local. Boy Scout headquarter In,......... 11'............ tta-d.r I s--e e. la. to work in earnest to accumulatereal apt
I rnon garden ..,.. They the Methodist Sunday school buttd- tcoew. riMwi l-i f- wealth The most money she
Entered M second class mall longer than they should ing, Scoutmaster A. A. KoestHn, Now d", a itt s li t.: ever made in one day was flQO- t a:'
mailer Mart 4 ISM at the port:r one feel chills and fever very ,,.anexmnojd Wednesday 000. Pretty good for one ..,.
effine at Hea r Us4.Florid,wader "'udllllt' ateri 5Vei.aji Inflw t. All bal! W Mid Jl ?Ian 'pad You hoar a pod deal about Some of us would have called that "
the art oJ )Ware >|. ;'J'..: *.. UrVMl fn* *r a m .. lnrlttof: Japanese medlar MkWg! come! a j day You may be dr.*. Into She kept right on, and the turned "
BUI. PRICE. ,a." A TEAR valuable suggestion for curing It. 'Redland ; closer contact with th0H, "If you that five million into one hitpdreimillion ,
The influenza cold, often followed -t 'f don't look ouT. It might be a good dollars She
SheI J pneumonia, I is very com-j I Program Is PostponedThe thing to read Cordon MacCrragh's she died and her two was children 12 when Inherited ..
|non through tbe winter month*. ---- I book. "The Last 8t Free Africa.. this vast fortune Theydo S
think that I shall never ate and the Japanese hospital had program on world temper- It'* a good book ey to read, and not hoard. The money I* wifely .i
A fill just like Ideal she-- hundreds fit cases under observation. been here you will learn a good deal in
my Rnce which was to, pave given spent a way such wealth
A girl who never make XM Wait Ttpy found that! tWo grains I' In the Redland Community about the manner and customs of should be used. This true story ".
Till half part nine when she says of quinine taken every four hour '''I'Church Sunday, bit been postponed the people, big game hunting\ and I* far more Interesting than a 'II
lAht,. helped to CItblt patient until some time. In Novem. even how to travel and howto novel Better read It. "
A girl *ho laugh at my old Joker, If tab does not work, send for ber. get to Abyssinia If you are That Junior Woman ,
Who neither takes a drink nor the Influenza colds easily I outside and want to get in There qub ,
Juniors to
League Charge Eye" And you learn a lot about '
A girl who appetite U small .
I Hart.
I witch doctor, too. It I timely by Philip Mystery and id.
Who is at horn neb,tlmel cU( According to Girth 8 venture from the tint page to the '"
Poems made with pert knd fist We often talk about the book.
are 1mportI Florida '! "
I last U it a story and
But girls I like this Just don't of club work and Perhaps never knew Betty It'\
once yet very Tbe Junior clad of Redland ;you la going to be popular with ;
1'xlstRjsputln. onto 1 do not reajlae "what it. I* High School i* sponsoring a party Green personally but you have boy and girl*.
Jacksonville TlmesUi worth.A" Striking Illustration of Its' heard about her and perhaps you ,p'
the Lion Den next Friday
,ion. value is found In the following envied her I bit this richest woman -I
,, Nov. 1, at 8 o'clocl4 to
paragraph from the current Progressive -I.t in the world. We have a new Two MereScotland I
the admission fee i* a Cent
Farmer: book, 'The Witch of Wall Street
Unemployment ProblemThe every Inch of waist measureA I Yard was hunting
"Listen to the story that recently Hetty Green, the Woman Wbo a'9
prize will be given to the fattest I criminal, but the only picture of
tap-root of the unemployment has come to us out of Oklahoma.A I 'Loved Money. Many an4 wild It.
There will be him had of
person present they wa a strip six J'
!problem, that so vexes mankind great percentage Clf Us farm and refreshments are tilt stories told about Betty '
today is the amazing spurt families suffered severely from the games Green-fabulous wealth, shabbyclothes photograph ,
human intelligence has taken in drouth of last year, but not a I Mr Helen Magee, Junior sponsor family quarrel, devotionto This strip wa sent to a provincial \
the past two ccnturiei Often we single 4-H club girl or boy had Miss Lucille Drlggers, Billy her children and. so on and soon town, and shortly afterwardthe l'
rail it , But In consideration of Itsaotinl the state nor was there a single Grady Cowen are In charge of to start with, about five million Yard. ,,.'I
elicits, either characterization family of these club member receiving -I Then she Inherited another mil Have found four of the wanted
U inadequate and often misleading relief the economic soundness of '-II lion from an aunt Then the married I men. Hope to get the other two
Tew fuels could better llluitrata club activities than tha!." Edward Green who was al toon "-Pearson's..
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This the En-limb economist. Rav-
eruhrm has pointed out. He distinguished '11I11I11I11I1111I11I11I11I11I/111111I11I/11"/ / "IIIhIIuIIIIIIfi1II1111111lIuIilhIIIIIII111111111flf111111I/ I lulIII lIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllillullll1111lIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlliluul LI

which. like the between automobile inventions, make

many Jobs where few were before I\VOLLAM lc KENDAICKI'
and those which refine and i
perfect processes, reducing the

yearn number have of men been employed.relatively Recent sterilein I Better Foods Phone 527-W Better Prices |

development of "new things"which i
create employment, but i
highly productive In Inventions E AIN E Fancy
i POTATOES t1 19c APPLES 17c
which reduce It. ib lbsCooking ;S1" '* '
A recent survey of the automobile
industry., once a creator of Gold Coon "
new Juba, bring* ta V*** tbeae significant ; COFFEE OSCJLOLA 15c MILK 17ci"-1
taste, reported. the*Jew a tall xana,
1 Work Times
"In 1130 about 250 men finished
100 motor blocks: In a unit of time. CARROTS19c 1 BEMIS -9c BEANS 17c LEITUCE-- "
Now nineteen finish 230 In the =

same time Pride ot v.nt) Stoklty Red, Kidney 4
"A new photoelectric Inspecting CORN 27c BEANS 19c
machine dispenses with ten to == 3 eanl. 2 cans =

twenty"A device human operated Inspectors:by liquid air HOMINY "t > :.sLY" 15c RELISH Oversea Mayonnaise. ..12C ;

puts ring-Inserts In cylinder blocks 1- S and reduces labor costs ft percent
Oversea 'Green Giant
.In leu the labor cost of one PEAS can 19c TATO-CRISPS can 14c I '
manufacturer's door was $.. to :

I buffer 1935"If It used la In 19 a full cent hardware time, an plant automat can I SWEET POTATOES.. 2 DlcGra/? :*cans, 21c APPLE JELLY White" .? 23c I

: displace fifty men. a NORWEGIAN east I LOG CABIN "'a

men years"Welding to ago"These do what machinal nineteen enable did three six SARDINES 1Oc SYRUP--22c PEARS oSN .I 2I a:: ett. 20c I

statistics are startling, s Dole' Gems erg small I FANCY YELLOW I Ib*.
for doubtless they ....n.18 similar PINEAPPLE canes 24cINSTANT
2 V
condition In other Industries i "" -- Me

That being to la It correct to assume Oversea Iammotb
that Inventor who eliminate PEACHES 20c Hershey's Chocolate .
No. 2S/I SYRUP = .
Jobs are to continue to be more S tin large can lOc =
productive than those who create
I lob*" Or U the slack. of technological .
I \unemployment be take FL2.r. : APRICOTS, OVf"J' M 26c I

up by new Job-making Industrie 21 lb. bag ............. + i

,J such dilmRingJ aa Pearl It engines ooj, la and society air eon to :xw 12 b. bag ....Ale 12 Ib. bar o. 49c SANKA COFFEE Ib. 44c N I

i have a. tct.cMly\ !jceang army e| 6 lba bar 'On' ..26c: 6 lb. baR .ooOn ..._. 27c N 'I
the penneptntrunemployed? Or, : .

,4' will better lagging way metal to distribute science discover work- CRISCO, li/g Iba can 35c. < COFFEE loan 1' "l house 27c i \

and leisure time-asnqng the Many \\1
for the benefit. .l the .117'.ao.t- N.B.cQ or Sunshine

tartan Mffailne. ClACKERS -3 k k i .13c LARD, W. Ib. 14c | :;

J Say Horn BANANAS Fbey Sc COFFEE Del Monte

At the Rotkefeliar bwtltute lu Ib.m 26c.l !
New York there U probably the .
j greatest authority W the common Q : Morlon'S.'Better' ;
cold In the country He was once 1 EATS Foods" Market CSERV CCES I

; asked what lot did when he had

the sniffles. He answered: "I I TtAt f HQfj.piiGoodLuck21c; .., ,
stay *orae-4n bed.1But 'Western Steaks CBUCKROAST Ib.17e E
whet II Man are ebon to AuaSt tb, 20c BUTTERIB ,
j T-Bone ,
Loin- -RxjunxJ
be donor or I tick child to teed, or
,; the Leader-Enterprise to get opt I JtI- Georgia Peanut =i
on time' Do farmer and mother .lb.w-----J 22c BACONIb. HAMS
.. and editor stay bqnw la bed? Of 53 m

; course they don't. -but somehow Leg'o Lamb Ib.butt ends 3teIb.
4 they fight off the cold. lb.

COM A-Mr are worth thing* r member common. An - 21c HAK8URGERt; 15 )JUb Stew tOe string ends--30c _-

the expert agree that there It no
MI'cure for itJJCoMj set up In us nmmllllllmUIIIUlpIUlUIIIIUJUUllllllllllltlltltmmllllUIIIII! ( i { UIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IlIIlIlIIlImlliUi h


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October 25, 1935.1 THE LEAnER. ENTERPRISE PALO Five .r.rt ;J I

t of the agriculture, chemiatry and SatetantlaUy tagged the fwang lady :
Mr Field- fourth petted class I "With whom did you go>> to theeaMMMMf 'You Mnyour flange,.. CUf'oo
I Homestead School were allowed to listen to the National Utqubttt the yttfif rested her ft tif. ,"II,
High I Firm and Rome program tody1 father "Well", aM she "Juet an you ,;
over the rIoIU The program wa "
"With my fmancter, answered pieces. for he to my buy-frtntd .
: from the UvMtocfc fair at Kansas I
_._.._..._ _.m___....._.,.__..._........._._._" ...,._._.... I City The part of the program
we were interested in was the public
ROLL.ANNOUNCEDThe I Second grade, Mia William, apeaktng contest of the Future Green: Lantern: RestaurantADJOINING

teacher Jack Kemp Jerome I Farmer of Amerlea. There were HOTEL REOLAND
following are the regtAn- '
Scherr, JaequoUn Oie rStaftd .
1 tour contestant*-one each from .
menti for an Honor rttt pupil. Any Steak or Chicken Dinner Ta>
ridd, Mel Edward
( :Utah, Texas. OhM and KentuckyThe .
pupil that make an average of 13' teacherMarie Connor, Margaret Regular Dta.r Iff Vegetable Plate }*y i
radio were Hi Mr Moomaw'
1 per cent with no grade below TS Edward, Dorothy Kuhn, Mary and Mr Field' home room All Rind at Honw-nude gandwlthe
per cent and W per cent In deportment France Morton, Eileen Mwrr

. wilt be on the monthly riM grade, Mr*. Edwards,
honor roll provided be ha teacherJame* Brown! AtonaKoeitllne Mr. Lueej home room color
I perfect attendance for the month art orange: and blue.
; To Those: at You Who Don't
; Any pupil who takes a icholar First trade, Mia Jackson teach-
/J ahlp avtae of cent and eft lrore.WidiiMay. Each Friday for three week
I meet other frtmtrorrtwt NEEd (1)) Fire Insurance '
' ai lUt- the Rev. A. A. Koeatline will talk ( ; a
ed ibo V.*tfl bW bit the high hoiH
. morning, Mr.. SttmJ to a clan of tenth, eleventh and
; or roll Tills system 1* wed only twelfth Figure Just released by the office ot Htm Frank Yetkai Mtft_- j
men caned assembly td grade pupil on "Co-op
o I in the nigh school grades, The ) ntpteln ta'a Commissioner of Insurance, show that In the city of Marshall j
following pupil' are the honor to the *tw) on object of these claaae la to develop1
> report card hart not been reJcelvM for 11134,
roD: I
nd to make t few other the spirit of co-operation
1 ftcnlor class, Mr*. Scott, teach anntnirtetmenU. The report card with Ota boy and girl lit their IIUfS PAID "................$23,173.88 !
' art high honbf roll. Annie Use haw! not beert printed ttHUtaHpowlbl work at school, at home, at play LOSSES INCURRED $25,608.03 '

* Booth, Ruth Tower Otha Hack to ten when w. shad receive and in all interests that they might' LOSS RATIO ..................::::::::::::......:109%
| :leg; honor roll, Jewell Camp. them have.
bell Leola Little, tot comparison the loss ratio of the entire tate was 43 per cent: i
Mary Moon
' This year the cltixenihlil for that of St. Paul wa SI per cent, Minneapolis O per cent Oftentimes
' rent Robertaoh. Mabel William, all pupil will start at 85%, This lathe r'dtt BETTER HEALTH CLtB we are confronted with I the statement that :"Marshall ha ;
Katherine Vahn Richard Mattaon, medium for thAt average pupil a wonderful fire department, and fires hardly get started until
'i I. Clarence Frotcher. in both grade and citlcenihlp. The third and fourth grade chil- they're extlngulnhed" No one hold higher regard for Manhall't
Junior class, Mr*. Becker, teacher The pupil have an opportunity dren In MIN Ray' room have fire squad, and their equipment, than does your truly'-BUT: tlie
: high honor roll Nora Akcra, either to lower or raise their ganized a Better Health Club above figure PROVE BEYOND CONTRADICTION that loam I
. Virginia Frick Barbara ar-I can and do occur. A 'rabbit foot' may be cheaper to carry but 5
Florence Pancoait, deportment grade Last year year. Bigger ia the
' a* a rule it docsn replace property and Its contents.
; Helen West, honor roll, Billy each pupil had 100% and worked Ident, Robert Atpley ia -
Arthur, Patricia Poock, Elizabeth down. A pupil must display leadership ident and Tommy Harris la tecrelary. 1 "Thinking People Insure Brfon-.Nat Afar a Loss" I
Skit, Getaldlne HelU, Bobble and do everything that he .

ummerll possibly can to raise his 85%' ) Mr. They mark their health chore W. MAXWELL SMITH j 7

Sophomore class, Mr*. Field, Sommen says, "Be a lady or a card every day They are goingto
,teacher high honor roll, Cecelia gentleman and I know you will bea study about teeth first, and FIRE, AUTO STORM, ACCIDENf LIFE: INSURANCEMcCrary i
Harper, Alta Webster; honor roll, citizen." Our goal It to reach every child I* going to try to visit Arcade Phone til-M n
, Effie Booth Nina Pearl Buih. the top andr ndi the bottom. the dentist
' Prances Loft, Phyllis Parman I Thl a 011-0 more th We are are not
Evelyn to receive conduct grade at all
Pope, Eugene Scherr.
MAiuira ruo autmtA
All parents should their OM TO TM'
Sophomore clan, Mr. Moomaw, children to study at least two -1* rJ4 aWrMW dorm "(/..iaw <44W
teacher: high honor Ammar ass' stets ,award
roll Jane
hour after school ::
I on their le*< ::1'1 :
Draper; honor roll Charlie Little Casa Jose
Ruby Oblaf.FreihmaA. IIORII.I aw fserse pey.amflsrr assss.e.d .
,,...,...,,,wawmod" oka
fobm; Mrl. JoHiiaefa, Mibki ItAiit JI.dn .,, dew. ..",..../WIz. ...row.rsesI
teacher filgn t httnor roll Howard I an ,,, 1 '
Lamb honor .. jrr. /grs.. .'
; Wit Edng- Booth; Friday ftlgU air tenlor" class a ss.
...... .. ..
Sybil Cheshire, Bank had a regressive dinner Tile tlfllleIM den"
Billy Clark. I. HM gathered at the home of Alms
FreahmanToolh.'Mr. B1'UJ'I'I'j: Margaret Becker where we had \
teacher: high honor roll Mil cocktatt. We then progressed =10.=4 040 is..sit .i wee w.Jkeis a1..rt. l r1r ,
Thompson, Lucille Wilt; honorWfcotl to Mr*. Lehman' home where ad := rska.N ss- aew,1r a j..r ht's
, HatW, Ku, touted HarrI,1 tai Main collie of out dinner wtlaerved., .news" c eMt..n, lsM rsI r- J I
eseaaew.t coos
" &lizdbdtlf McTl: *'IB. Mr. Mil Dedenr* home weakest eMAo ... is..- like rosy o sy..d 0"b"Woo
f Eighth grade, Mill Hayden was our next top, and here yre wes b y
*achr: high" honor roll, Elwlii"oper. had our dessert After dinner
Mary France* Arthur;I' the ones that cared td went to
Jhd roll. Herbert Booth, Henry the Country Chub with friends that BUICKilM
ion. Edward KlrbT. PJhi" fhrnLUlldred theY had Invited. # Four new stars :bf first magnitudenow

,Field, Lillian Gill, Rachael Those present at the dirihcr
journaii, were: Mr*. Ruth L. Scott, MA '
sparkle in the automobile '
I sky.
Eilhtlrade, Mr. Lucas teach- Becker, Mr Torn Vann, Mr*. H. :
r: high honor roll, Constance Heckler Mr C. J Parman, Mm J
r herr: honor roll, Joe Piche H. L. Reee, Mr. and Mr. Lee They arc the 1936 versions of the Buick
Judwm Plche, Walter West, Ooldiarennell I.rhmaJi, Mr and Mn Carl Deden,
Mia Evelyn Gamber, Mia Priacllla -
Seventh grade, Miss Hendershot, I Fread, Mill Leola Little Mia SPECIAL, the Buick CENTURY the Buick

eacher: high honor rob, Mary Lola Whitehead, Mia Dorothy BaasMsakeNreactaim..

race English, Wanetta ,I Urannart, Miss Mabel Williams ROADMASTBR, the Buick LIMITED.
Warr Letter Archer, Edwin Mia Loll Walker, Min Annie Man 1
th; honor roll Nina Bullard, Booth, Miss Jean Parman Mia
"' !lrll Capllnger. Freda Hancock, Ruth Tower, Mia Ethel Baljey. SUICK Every car in these four series is eye-

Virginia Kinner, France Lamb, Mia Virginia Hodge. Mimi Katherine -CENTURY

.r arJorle Lewis, Betty Jane Mey-I Vann MIll Fern Robertson, strikingly smart with year-ahead style.
, m, Katherine Orfanedet. Fret- Mia Mtlba Sever, Mill Lot Connor
on Bird, Harold Branch, Archer Min Marjorie Sullivan, Otha
Dodson, Elbert Dolar, Albert Hackler, D. H. Delllngcf.,Sam Allen Each is1 powered with performance that

[}dwardi, Fred ruth, Eldred Gitkrer Labon BUhdp, Richard Matf-
> Jack McMichael Sheridan ton, Nelson McCourtney, Theodore
is Each
12o-a ..,. .,.a" literally phenomenaL engineered
(tier, Roy Pullen, Xlbert West Franklin, Bill Vercoe, Bobble ismeo-
The requirements for the gram- Cave, Harry Brown, Whitney
ar school honor roll are a* fol- Beam, Clarence Froecher, Clayton in the safe, sound, durable Buick way / /
": a pupil mutt have A In dement -' Lehman. Earl Rohrar and John.

perfect attendance, end Fredrick. Come see hold niottfi chill
ot more Malt tied Bl In hWiuS-' M r ea, progress
eetl. The girl of the physical education
The honor roll for the grammar clauei have played off their AD Tit squares both wlttr the future and
drool la .* follow: diamond bait matched with the

Sixth grade, Mr*. Webb, teach- losing team treating the winning
.J.met NeiblU, Harry Brother, team. The girl are now playing your purse En this stellar quartet.
r aa Forte. I volley ball Once week the

Sixth grade, Mr*. Wynn, teach-" a health two, I I' Driving any one of these car? gives
i :
tri Mary Loll Claxlon, Ruth Ow- onP6010?
r end: Either Rucker; DoN Thomp- Mr. Moomaw'l aophomore class
W. ha been having a, Contest for P> y6ti new edge, oft distance And ClfflelL I

Fifth grade Mr*. Bird teach- T. A.mbtrth *. Moef 'SY- t .
all Alexander Fred Hobart, Keli er and Ed facetthat'thet. >o1ip .t Aflk

i Dodaon, Betty Hardee Virginia captain So far, Moaely'i ,Wela

iHobton, Athley Kemp, Mary winning.Mr BUICK .
rates Rutland, Mavla Watts. LIAill < r
Fourth grade, Mr*, Fif old, Blackburn' home room
ether: Clarice Dodaon, Van mother ia )In. Julian Parriah. a $}iJ8

icy, June Venn Gloria Wai-
The bookkeeping, how andIftorOmnd
Fourth grade, Miss Ref teacher: Mattel have" gotten
Eugene Lett, Barbara Bigger to the real part of the ittkly. Before ,
Third grade, Mia Ray teacher this they have Just been learning file hes on We I
is Ada Dodaon. the foundation of there *tadfc *, tlwk FIRST Or THI GENERAL MOTORS CARS :
llt M pHc ea Nut MIdI.PRESTON.
Third grade. Mia Doraey, teacher i *.
: Gerald Andrew, Dennis The senior English classes are
Home. Wayne Lawrence, Doris now anxious to get their book reports -
hire, Ardel Parman. Grletje made this week to that they B. BIRD MOTOR CO.

Terberg, Virginia Walker may receive two points on their

Third grade.. WM WIULam,,I grade: *, fAr1tTllea4a \\ ffionUi. i
gather. Harry Bishop, Betty Ar- i aocrir KROMK: AVE. HOMESTEAD, FLA. PHONE It
afternoon tag pupil'

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_Pare Six THE LEADER- ENTERPRISE Friday. October 25 lag.

neefajr la each school meath pledge to Alpoha XI Celts, nationally --
Pastors Give Character Education ,Need of on the second end me known social sorority on I' HOMESTEAD LODGE KO. n

I fourth Wednesday.The the campus. Already Miss Robert I. 0. O. F.meets .
Course in Homestead's Schools, installation of tile new ..- ill reswgateed a* one of the every Tuesday evening W
fkera will be held next Wednesday Meet capaM and versatile freshmen I 'clock la IO.O.F. Sail N.W.
Principal L B Sommers hilt I The Rev. Howard Eckel will: night with Mr. Ue R Lehman at Centenary College whereshe I lat street
with the eo-opeMtton of three I I talk on courtesy to each of the: I In charge- will receive her B. A. degree Visitors Welcome'

Homestead pastor put a charactereducation '! four group Hi sub-topic win..1, The chapter also decided to In- iA commerce.
course in the high school be: friendline kindness, genereatty. |i Itlste. Its new -..nbHammICIIa'" ". .
and the fifth and sixth grades It sympathy, undeteteactag. eonMkrsteness laataUed.
after the are
M-mtoute cheerfulness, sociability ly
consists of a period I, The newly-elected presidentJohn THE REMAND CAFE
once a week for tMh croup andIt unselfishness gratitude service -
and the newlyelected -
ii not compulsory.' Lessons will and respect for ether Fredrick vice-p esldent. Frank Ir- MRS A. NABOBS, Prse
be taken from the B bU that bear SUNDAY DINNER soy
The subject for the next aeries I wtn. didnt fall back on their word.
directly on the student's life by the three ministers will be: They promised to give the boy VEGETABLE I'LATIIIf CLUB liUA.FAITSIIf.1run
The Rev. C.N. Walker will make f Intelligence resourcefulness, cigar if elected, and they did. LUNCH WITH DESSERT AND DRINK Ia eNORGE
four talks on honesty Cairn***,"adaptability, tact brightness, keen-
The members of the chapter responded 1-
Justice Integrity, opca-mbxted-I.I .., discrimination scholarship
that the
to a motion chapter -
ness. tolerance sincerity truthful-j I objectvity. ability to plan foresight
and committeewas
have a play, a
nets trustworthiness. He wiU breadth of Interest, good I 1 1d
appointed. It wont be long
give these the lint month to the I I Judgment. orUltuUtjr, critical attitude i
before the Future Farmer will be
fifth and sixth grades; the second curiosity.Efficiencyaccuracy. d
giving one of those likeable stagehits
month to the seventh eighth and i'I
I It
skill cirafulnets that have given them such a, 1
ninth grades; and the third month,
neatness speed alertness
good reputation In the peat
to the truth, eleventh and .....1IthIfotea.
Mr Walker I Ia subttitutmf I thoroughness. thrift,, pride promptness la doing punctuality well- .._._.. ..."" ..

tor Mr. Walker while he U In temperance, forcefulness, initiative RED LAND F. F. F.

Chicago. I drive. persistence: confidence. By Raymond Albright and Alvta I 1 1p
The Rev. A. A. KoesUlne win Industry concentration, courage,I rrelber
make four talks on co-operstlve- enthusiasm ambition, fluency, decisiveness -
ness, to each of the three croupe.Hi constructlveness.
tub-topic will be: Appreciation good ta.... re- The election of officer: wa the I
trol team work .pe finement love of the) beautiful, most Important thing on the program I ...
sponsibility respect for Mlt-con.1 good personal habits dignity of Monday alghf meeting i 1DM
of others obedience, poise, desirable mental attitudes of the Redand chapter of the Future -
and loyalty. Ideals reverence.A Farmers of America.
The officer elected were a* follows -j
Halloween party wa decided I : President Donald Sickle;
HOMESTEAD 4-H CLUBBy on and 1* to held on Saturday, Nov. vice-president. Wilbur Wood; secretary -1 M EpNs
i ...... Unite !. The party committee will plan George Fletcher; treasurer
-....... the rest of the details.A Warren Wood; reporter, Don Lair;
Tuesday morning the 4-H Ctrl party for all Girl Scouts I* to watch dog Alvin Prothero; and
I met In their club room. Mr. be held at Moore Park on Oct. 28, executive committee, Fred Vlhlen You ctn't depend OB the
Carlaon who wa down from the at 4 p. m. Mrs. Bush the leader Walter Tompeon and Raymond weather. But you can always be
Miami office read the name and of the Moor Park troop, Is to be Albright sore of keeping your food fresh
date for the different chairmen' hostess. There will be a mass i I Donald Sickle our new president and wholesome the protectingcold
program Sucieation wen given color formation In which one girl expressed his appreciation for beIng of a Norge Only No*|
to the membership and song chair from each troop I* to be color bear elected president In a few well gives vosj" the extra dvaeusge ef
men. er. The party la In honor of Juli chosen remark and voiced hit
Council meetings, she .laid will ette Lowe' birthday. Mary Arthur hope that the coining year wilt bea Rollstor coldm.kiagMechanism D
be held Nov. II at the court house .Is our color bearer In the I very successful: one with the active 1N)4'
I In Miami The girl are to Ave formation. co-operation of every chapter
weds and brine them to club meet Virginia Dorsey and Lucille member. HOMESTEAD NORGE SHOP
Inc to exchange with other Ctrl West are going to bring the Girl The program consisted of "tan
The program are to be a* fol- I Scout chart up to date. Each Girl I story contest" participated In by
loves: Oct. It, membership and Scout I* asked to report to her patrol all present Failure to compete Mr..Tracy Chinners, Manager!
t tone leader;Nov. ft,lawn Improvement leader whether she can go the contest meant "no participa .
and gardening; Nov. It, I to the party Saturday and U she tion" In the refreshments, which 99 NORTH KROIE AVE.
clothing and record; Nov. H, can take someone. The patrol; followed. Needles to say, no on .i d.
publicity and reporter and home leader I* to report to Mrs. Skill was barred from refreshments
improvement; Dec. 1, food autrlUoa. Archery notes were given to the I'I'I cookie and punch supplied by ,i
poultry and dairy; Dec. IT, I girl taking achery by Mia Th....-' the program committee.The -
canning and exhibit; Dec en. We are to be helped out pa, president announced that and Water
and handicraft and home earning our map by Miss Hsyden. h.vtl I there will be an executive commit Deming Pumps Systems
Rachael Coeaman and Louie Louise and Ellen Deering tee meeting next Monday night
Damn will be hoateaee next week. became new Scout Virginia Slip Joint Irrigation Pipe
ThOM preeent were: Nora Aken Dorsey U the next hostess end Anna -
Louise Barnes, Mary Alice Duncan Moon was the hostess last time. Miss Lola Roberta Wins Kerosene Driven Irrigation Pumps

t Mildred field. Lou Belle Honors at Centenary
tl Orennell Norma Eloise, and Rachael Aermotor WindmillsCall
Homestead F. F. A. News
Gossman Freda Hancock, Shreveport La., Oct 2t-M'
Katherine Orfanedes, Annabel) By Tommy Mofletl Lola Roberts, of Homestead Fla.
write for
Redd, Fern Robertson, Julia France la phone or my prices
becoming an Increasingly-
Sullivan Coldla Orennell Mr.
ular freshman at Centenary College
The regular meeting of -
Carlion and Mr Redd.
II F. F. A. was held Wednesday In Shreveport where she won R. H. MAGRUDERFactory
with President Alvin Simmons a scholarship after graduation
GIRL SCOUT NEWS presiding over the) meeting for the from the Redland High School
.last time. AU the boys; hope that Miss Robert has the distinctionof Agent
By Mary Anion, Strike
being the only girl Invited to
the new president will nuke as
big a success of the chapter a* Join the tennis club, and promise Phone Bay\iew 521, 3121 Main Highway
Mr Frank Skill held the Girl President Simmons did In the past to offer keen competition to rival Coconut Grove '
Scout meeting of October U at her I The r. F. A. meetings will be 1 In the port She la also a member
i home. I I held on the flnt and third Wed-j of the Spanish Club, and a '.
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SEEDS .' : PD.ONE. 62, ? : .. : .1.1I

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Just received a CARLOAD OF BEAN I ... ., j

SEED from oar Northwestern.seed-growing :' Everything for, ':theBUILDER : ,:" : ', : i

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field Our seed is grown in high altitudes .
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free from disease and is of hi h,germination.See h : '> v, '

this seed before you buy. : ,
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first car ever to be shipped into Homestead, We have application blanks .Jfor r' :.

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Friday October = 1935. THE LEADER F..NTERPRISE Paso Seven :

1.u SohreaX; tttOi ctMt, MMM ..... Tkey will tintsr..>rMk Mn. John IMwar lid daughlvr ,{
Hunter; Mh pods, One 'Tw- Cy' after th* 'Catherine and Jun* Vann of '
rIM. -...-. were w ru.ell. guestsat
In and Around : U. A. .....rafTy Ty.011.. are Mr. and ...... Venue O. Rohiyrof
D. Dowdy we dischsn Ida rived last week far tile ..."' Miami.
week from the Kendall

where he hd been wMerfoingtreatment a.w.MIN4 n4ions.d to Plr* t'. Mr. and Mn. ... M Batehelur i
Homestead for the put *x ..... CM MHky attar vWttM at the arrived recently in their house ,
hoe of hit MW-to-kw .
k car to epend the n inter here I
Mr*. 8.a.Shield returned Tue*. ter, Mr. and Mr*.FrIll Schrtder.
I day from a one-week visit at the
II, Mr. and Mr*. H. H. Burbank of Brad from a recent parlous Illness home of her son and vihtr-tn- Bob Randall of Key Largo viait- Mr. and Mr E: W fever;. Mt
" La Grange HL have purchased Mr*. Erwin and Mr*, mungf law, Mr. and Mr SMart SMeM. ed for several day at the Schfader and Mr V. a Rohrer and T E.
' the George Dan grove on North worth are daughters ot Mr. and In MJami. home before leaving for Clearwater Classiest and eon, Junior all I.of t
Mr J. F. Miami,were Sunday guests of
Krome avenue and Halnlln driveand McCuUough. h a.
will arrive early la Novemberto M. Sever who ha* been ill U and Mrs. W. W. SeYel')'. :

+ spend the winter there. After Mr. and )'In. Mario Lopes who reported to be somewhat better Mr*. Ann Oeroabm of Val- .
this yew they plan to reside! on have had I ator on the corner this week, but he U still confined haDa N. Y.. and MIN Haul Cor- Vito Rosier returned Monday
J the grow pe=:DU,. of Robert road and Gooonut Palm to his home. bin of Edmund Conn., will arrive from the Kendall hospital' wires,
drive for the put threi yean have this week for a abort visit with underwent a minor operation
pro and 'In. Frank Hauiman moved their buJIMaa to the stun Lavon cad W4 Thompson are Mr. and Mrt W. W. Severy CemtBued en Pass, might>
confined to their home with
moved Tuesday from the home of wel atone on IUd>* 4 toad and .
- -
. I their aon-ln-law and daughter,Mr. Dauer drive. mump

,"t and Mrs. C H. RIce, where they I Tommy Whitehead returned for
7 have been residing temporarily Mr. and Mr 0. It .Anderson a brief May Tuesday from the key
.. to their home at fog Eat King of Miami and their Mtdrea spent where he I*employed by the Florid ANDREWS9GROCERY
Highway* <,Dr. Hausman pent Sunday with Mr. and Mr J. r. Power and Light Co. "
bit wte| In a Miami boipltal. McCuUough.- '

, O. Porter of Ohio was recent & MARKETNorth
)Art. M. L.-cnveQ of Cleveland. Mn. Wm', Dunlop who suffered guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.

;;. 0., has come to spend the g broken rib In a fall the first Frill Schrader." Mr. and Mr*. Flagler Avenue, Near Mowry Street J
winter with her parent. Mr. add part of thin month J* reported to Schrader and their two children
t ; Mr O. R. Oldendorf, and her be well on the road to recovery.Mr. Helen and Glenn, pent the weekend VVC DELIVER I
brother, Theodore Oldendorf. visiting friend In Clearwater.
a 4 and Trite W. Jackson
'. 1 Mr. and Mr*. Llndey Moore of returned to Rtdland Out Friday Mr. and Mr*. Harold Kohrer I BUTTER Countrb.yRoU3acBACON8111 i
New York City Mn. Loll Bolton from their summer home In Vermont announce the birth of i daughter
and Mr*. Cecil Robertson, both of Tuesday morning.Dr. .
Coral Cable and Mrt. J. O. Mo

R': .I..'.. Sweeney and her daughter, Mr W. R. Bird and Fred Suber of and Mr*. W. L. Verco are rkf'st39c
s Vlvan Rogers,both of Miami pent the Bird Chevrolet Co., will attend expected to arrive next Monday
the home of him Mc- from Deadwood,
Monday at S. D. where they
a ialeiman'1 school In Jacksonville t
_In-law and daughter have visited since Jut .
Sweeney' Monday, Tuesday and Wednetday. Spring.H. Roast Beef lb. 19c
Mr. and Mr*. E. J. DyaLH. ,
E. Davis of Cantonment FU. k
Mr. and Mr r. E. Dewhunt
A. Burlew and his ton and Hialeah arrived Sunday to make hit home
moved this week to when
daughter-bfelaw Mr. and Mr*. Mr. Dewhunt bal a P lIUoa. Mr*'I with his daughter, Mr*. J. W. Goodluck, lb. 23c \
Ceo. Burlew of Miami left this Smith.
Dewhunt will continue to assist
for Mich., where Mr .
week Flint *
la the poet office In Homeetead.Geo. .
Burlew who hat pent the aum- Mr*. Sam Wooda of Gome*.FU., NUCOA lb. Z3c IJ
met near there to UtMrt.'LuU M Sonnlchaen who has and her children, Virginia and S. ,
Q. week-end at the
been confined to his home for the
B. Free of Homestead Sever home on Palm avenue.
put week with a poisoned leg IRISH
Mrs. X. C. Scott of Florida
expect to return to Ills position 1.9c
City len Monday tor Tlfton. Oa., at the port office today.FLORIDA The condition of C & Phllllpi 10 ibt.
to brtngUck their, father P. T. who wa taken to the Kendall hospital *
CarmlcbMl. who will spend the two week ago U reported to SWEET
winter :with Mr*. Free. CITY be much Improved. POTATOES 5 Ibs. :13cPEACHES

Mr, w. W. Btt.ry, C.m .....t
Mr.... Mr T.J. Harris moved take Delta who I Is employed at
w Monday from II N. E. Ninth court Miami Beach spent the week-end ROSE ALE
to their new home on Eat King The honor roll for the Florida with his family here.Mr. No. 2lir tan
Highway.Dr. City school this month contains
the following name: first grade, and Mn. H. J. Crinuley and
and Mr*. H. S. Wolf moved Kenneth Knight; second grade, daughter left Friday for their CORN FLAKES 2 hr ISc:
Tuesday from 1M Last King Charlie Golf; third grade, Warrens home In Tlfton, Ca., when they
Highway to II N. E Ninth court. Sever; fourth grade, Milled Sev- received a telegram notifying themof
'r)'. Lanier Whitehead; low, Glenn the death oft Mr. arimlle)', APPLES S Ibs. 23c
Mr Sam Rayburn returned ,
home Thursday from I Miami hoe
pita where she had been receiving I
treatment for several week GRITSllbL MEAL i7c

Mr A. O Erwin of Tampa, who

ha been visiting her lter. Mr 44F SALT 2 for loc
Douglas KUUngiworth, bat recov-: Z_ : ,



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FT>icaI Cake H.tellac. 12 lb. bar 53c

DeiMrfn, Mew York

MAI. ft* M..h>Ur..... V.> SARDINES 3 boxes :lOc
-NATUiiAL 404 .airnioo.... OWIY. UNCLE SAM ,

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Orga.......T.LNa.wonsAts. .., ...... -- Wants To Help SUGAR 5 Ibs. af
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Cottage like, Ibi kids Colonial ... pttaolB tip F -
Ise otilg.a.-. everywhere this summer because the United State EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING
CorernmeBt through the Federal Housing Admbutro-

: ..::.: PAY FOB. D. MCOBREN, ......

...:::' ..-: :2 This little cottage IHf suet nil you .. .*...'.H I* **rr I* N. ItrmM AniMM Phe" IteJ
r + .=-s= = .n..1 hundred .! ..... designs evadable for TearInspection
.. sardw ia our ctte thettj. will lie OB* that

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--- .....r.Caleaee.. cad look .them ore and .14 tt* ten TOO a-' Annie
.... Ettl* about the new laD.-..., low ......... buUt&KT Mayhcw FitzpatrickGraduate
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Oberlin Conservatory and RoyalConservatory
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all.he.itc WUT&red' s..r TODAY r.Adt.e W.! D. Horne Co., Inc. PIANOFORTE AND THEORY

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rmuoi naruti ROTO .... Hardware, Lumber, Building; Materials Rcdland Road, Near Biscayne: Drive Phone 1422

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material gathered and written I Mr. and Mn. W. B. Null have
ATTACK ON GAME with the close co-operation and NARANJA I moved to Homestead.

dvioe of the local chamber of H........."...... .
WARDEN NETS 15YEARSFORNEGRO commerce Later, advertising and Mr. and Mn Walton Bill are
publicity stories. on Dade County Mr. end Mrs L. L. Williams
living in Riley place Campbell
on -
hive rented the Fogle cottage >nNaranjd
agriculture will be inserted in
street and View
Bay drive
t l farm Journal, the arWjia navy drive and wM be yeai
round rwidenU of N..nja..A. .
Journal and othe* medUu especlatiy -
-- in those will a olMilntion
Ben Flowers! Rushed From among people WnjHJetfJ IIlatJlUl'and Amen I* adding another GROVE'tUJATRE
Rear Income and won to retire on room on his service station II
by Prisoners
a grove In an equable c'lmate.uch !:
W Back Seat a* exist here Bailey and COCONUT GROVE
i Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Mr. Bell has been In conference! family have moved to a place on''I Shaw. 1 and I Admlutua tie
Fifteen yean In the state penitentiary with the Redland District Chamberof Bay Front drive I Matinee- Sit and Siln., I9#
wu the lenience imposed Commerce committee on the
In criminal court yesterday on! cover deilgrt and, general la -out ttr and Mrs. Edf HotlahdT lite'' I Ie P. m.
Ernest Delevau. en* of tint hol of tilt booklet and will submit the nuking their home with birm.Holland's SATURDAY ONLY
netroM WHO attained: peputy final "dummy" U the chamber ;ter"Mttp.rn; : xs --'--
Com Warden W. B rlt* *ftern< ,H M He toad bringing atlona befort It II sent M the prthC- JOHN wArmfiExtra' >t>r
third M>> H Homestead We car,I er about Dec; I; MT, and Mn. Arnold frlpp were !! Bock Janet In Shag 14
under arrest on tf charge of dynamiting Telethon ttft'vlc! W 1 Redland t Sunday visitors with relative} In THE K0Afctta WEST"StINDAY
fish In the Could Canal Farm Life Schbotwlil be availableby Miami
The tWrf negro**, Nassau, who NOv. I without cost to' the TRI V TUESDAY
werf In tM bee slat of the cir, school lyitetft conetitietloft of Mr, and Mrs. Joe Fennell; Mr.
bent dowel ftuMerily front behind tM line which has been lacking and Mn J. M Brown and their t EDEIIERj
on Mr. Flower, one crowding him since the ant hurricane, the laughter and ton, Mary Ann and ;
against I the' alerting" wheel while I chamber learned when John' Jr., pent the week-end I'
the other got possession of his fun tary read t Wttef from : fishing in and around Caesar'sCreek I ..."::Si
r and forced him to top the car district ?of and Angel Creek, and they: Sunday and Monday. the Grove FRANCES
ey manage .:...;: Dt"
cruised where the 3, S.Dixie i -
Keeping the officer covered With ern Bell Telephone and out to Theatre in Coconut drove U showing
hU own guns, the black took to the i Co., to County went on the reef during the 'The Gay Deceiver" with Extra BreatH taking beauty
wood Delevsux wa caught later Watson which had been turned Labor Day hurricane Francia Lederer and France Dee, filmed over world highest
the ante afternoon by Deputy ., a comedy-romance packed with mountain.
over to the chamber for its Information NIN.N..NNNNNNNIININNNMMM.NLNMMNNNN.
Sheriff Frank Irwin, but the other The chamber of coin- f: PRINCETONThe : thrill and aurprUei I I "WINGS OVER MT EVEREST"WEDNESDAYTHURSD..Y
whose ,
negro Identity Delevauxn merce, and other elm organizations ....N""",.
shielded I* itlll at large of the district have been I I
The Princeton Hime Demonstration Jackson Mn L. C Smith, Mr. The World Prize
J Delevaux wu given a preliminary working for the construction of !
Club which met Tuesdaywith J. L. Murphy, Mn Ole Peterson, ComedyRomanceCLARK
I : hearing by Justice of the Peace the telephone line to the Redlahdschool Mn BrockHofT Mrs Henderson, GABLE CLAtDETTE
S. L. Kendrick on a charge of dynamiting I Mn A. W. McVicker votedto I !
for Mr.
year Dooleya but to aend a visitor, Mr*. Ray Camded, and COLBERT In 1
disband for
t fish, resisting arrest and letter to the commissioner I year
county: the hostess 4 4Night"
the usual two delegate to the "It Happened One !
armed robbery He pleaded guiltyand stated that rerouting ot the company I
\ was bound Over to criminal 'I line lit that section would county council: meeting Mn C.
N. Henderson, and MI'I. M. I.I Mr*. Marjory Cannon and Mn I
1 court, where he pleaded guilty !
bring them within half a mile of I Return by popular request.
Gladys Lorraine of Miami were
Brockhoff elected to
again and was given the 15-yeir the school, and that the line would I were represent I Judged the :year's best picture I
the club The hostess award caller at the home of Mr, A. W.I
entente by Judge Ben Willard.
be constructed for the remaining I Irrl
I McVlcket Sunday afternoon
for the year was given to Mr* I
distance without cost to the school

COF COVER TOP board. Nelllo McVicker Murphy Present of Miami were:, Mr MrrO *.; Mr. and Mr*. Pat Rose are living THE '

.. Additional'. lr* had to be W, ,Driggen, Mr*. Joe takeMr in the home place of M. L. Walker -i : i ;

IN I 1 DRIVE HERE hMKhiy Erougnt night in fof Mint the in meeting Ttew of Wed-the *. M. "-. Cpenon, Mn C. R. .for. (He'teasOrt. .'. ., .r rAR4

I. a chamber crJmrnltte growing composed membership ol Roy I I II
(Cotitinbed from Page OneJ Chandler, lamas Wbllam and T.
had two* more than this 109: 'putdmember B WeW wai i RS 5lhtd Iff find '
4 for which. the drlre' Wa a suitable meeting place that will
) Initiated four week ago. accommodate' *) larger attendance I ot !
Frank Bell, who wart recently than GaB be accommodated In the
:. engaged by the county commission small chamber of commerce headquarters -
at county agricultural publicity office adjoining the city i
agent, wat Introduced at tht meeting hall. iI I
Wednesday night in connection
with the report of the chamber'!
Singers Are Invited
(committee which had kept lit touch ,
t with the c6mmlalon with reference To Join Church Choii1
to the pending of $7,000 put
: In the county budget for agricultural Anyone desiring to ting in the
advertising The committeeis Methodist church choir at the Sun
1 composed of T. E. Kirby and day morning cervices is asked to
Geo W. Turner, Jr. report for rehearsal at the church
Mr. Bell outlined his tentative at a p. m. Friday The choir u
plan, which Include at the outset directed by Irving J. Lyon.
II booklet which he said would be This invitation : extended to
devoted largely to South Dade alt; said the Rev A. Keestllhe,

J County and would. .be made up of pastor of, ___ .. a I'
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!' the Farmers of South

,X, THE NEXt TWO Y$Ait3 loould bring reel dltldende to
Dade .
County ". tftcnttl* ol quaUrf fruit. Alrwdy1> the'r U an incre *:
dim4n lot Be .r'ejrlcllfc And Florida' he V dffuJ l.Wl, which

include a wtUpUodexi cdrentigiiic Catnpilgn, iWll un' *ti iadtkMi Mat cl. DutL' ,

}lei liaVe l laboratory facilities for T< '0" ciutk #-Imlt tUMID fall"flu i jiHty fllrtt zee.ferttbgesthat -

furnishes the tight tmtaatg cflhej klneli ,
right of plant foo&i&f
making salt Jeterniiiiallons on your! 'I'i fort faiaitldtul farm'ogrovei And th.t'af' JtUt what tcW'get' A

dolts Don't be in doubt. Let ns give r when 3ul/lri2dYir you bur.Gulf.ecUnttflceJlr Brand< formulated to iurnUh &, unlforhl #;'

r' crop''nutritiott, over long period: The r are, Thendlr f rtilUer*". +t
you thid free service> In Hi6 i interest t of ifcUd: MtHiiOf fef Fldfida'aoilir, And the .ervlce 61 Chi Suit .- ..of

j Field Mao meant thtxnyhga Wop inp fUM with de-petrf .. 0 .
; better crops. a trifle.thrdgghbnt tai year W fir ot uJ* 0.lf .

I ; FeMllii4t id Gulf &rtfce on fd"> exopl Oil f ait .

Y d 'lt find them ehtiptf in the) long malt.

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i: SOILIDinc. J6A Street, Soum J teat Broei&e,tempi, rVMe


CARL F. WAltNEiK, Agent I
You Can Buy Gulf Brands of Fertilizer From

South Elegies Atenue Phone 27 I B. K. PANCOAST, Field ReprtseneativePHOfJE522

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Homestead Warehouse* Campbell St. .'

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Friday. ; :, October 251935. THE. LEADER. ENTERPRIS.. Pave Nine
iiwwww I w I w .n w1 1 w T I w. Iw

II New Dodge Presents Claims To Title Of 1936 "Beauty Winner"The I III WHEN ITS AH !..


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= .,
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MW Bade a.... Tearing Halve la dlitln f- ful hi pptuuce. this sew Dodge :
r-.b.t m Interior mwU uocommonlf fOMWM .. .Weft ki Mitaki M win th*approval Central Service Station
a and br front MW that may be Bionritu. The apwhai track h M
djutttd for uf tcctn to war computnwnl.. J part of the'sissy steel body I G. W. DRIGGERS Prop.

.-.. ...,A PHONE $4a-J. HOMESTKAO. p .\.

We have added complete -

line of

I I LARROPoultry

run- Feedto

our present stock of

In the MW Dodge: 2-door Touring; Sedan. the This unusual order U the keynote of this .
full-width front neat is adjustable! forward and 1038 : Touring Sedan Interior. The
back, The back cushion of the"divided shows ; of the comfort provision to Indicat FULOPEPPoultry
end each or either of the two section may be eririg! upholstering;, restful cushion.
tiited forward; this arrangement: makes it un- grille to angles, arm rests with sunken
usually easy for passengers to reach the rear center rear quarter window pivoted for Feed
compartment from either ,Id.. effect of -and other features.

1 Hide and Taj Ends groceries belonging; to Roger :)( I. O. O. F. CONFERS DEGREE e. e ;
Seriously for Negroes jamin from the car of Tom They The third dent was conferredon t J
ion, both colored In the a A. D. Neill and L sUe Dltter at
W. W. Curry and \T. C. Will- section late Friday night and the meeting of the Homestead
oughby colored charged with terward took the car. lodge of I.O.OT. Tuesday night Hector Supply Co.
highway robMry were bound over by Patrolman "W? H. Bykef, : bltfik- Next Tuesday the district meeting -
to 'criminal yurt at a hearing negroes hid and the car wit will be hold here with lodges
before JuiJLpf-Vi{ :Pta t Sid turned. to, Hlckson after / ;: : from Coconut drove and Hialeah Homestead ..Fla.'II .
L Kendrick Monday. Curry and Wllloughby again / El represented. Refreshments will be
Curry and J Wllloughby stole the car by jumping on the served by the lodge.

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'Only a FEW dollars more than ,the .,

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J'/y ,..4 priced car.

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Page Ten THE ENTERPRISE Friday. October 2S 1935. ,



I I will hold Its flnt meeting this
Social Events I IUO I season Monday afternoon at : A Business and Professional could be obtained through. the

o'clock at the home of Mn. M. Women'i Club will be organized WPA.

Kenney. I in Homestead next Wednesday' Another project mentioned by
Mrs. Ora Neff Mn W. H. Will Mrs. Bow as one In which the club
and Mn Kenney will be hostesses. evening *t 8 o'clock In the Hotel might be Interested was the studyof
BERNECKEB WEDS I Present were: Mn E A. Ennls, Officers will probably be elect- Redland when Mr*. O F. Betterlcy proposed legislation and the
MERLE Mrs. K.' O. Mrs. Or Neff.
ed at this meeting.REDLAND district organizer, and memben study of women's rights (under the
Miss Merle Connor, former Mrs. D. W. ShetzUne\ Mrs. Harry "
from Coral Gable and Hialeah, the { laws of Florida.National .
Homestead girl who now lives in I Wolfe, Mn. Geo. Ranson, Mrs- TEACHERS
unit that art to sponsor this club,
and stale dues,she said
South Miami, and Ernest Berneck- Annie Butler, Mrs. H. C. Reed
will be present All local women
er wen married by Judge Boyd Mrs. Fred Whiting, Mrs. W II may be paid in Installments and
I All the teachers of the Redland who are interested art invited to
local dues be still later.
H. Anderson In Fort Lauderdale Wells' Mrs. McLean Mrs. Mc- school were present at the reception attend. may
Wednesday afternoon at 6 o'clock.Mr. I London Mrs G. W. Dusenberry Each person present was askedto
and Mrs. Leo Bemecker,1 la visitor and Miss. Jennie Lob- and community supper held Mrs L. L. Bow city librarian, try to get at least one additional -
In their honor in the of
parsonage made and
was chairman Mrs. A. member and to give some
sister-in-law of dell
brother and the
bridegroom, witnessed the cere- the Redland Community Church C. Eaton: was made secretaryof I thought to projects to submit tot
Monday night a preliminary organization the club'i consideration.
mony. JUNIOR CLUB MEMBERS The Rev. Geo. E. Deuel was In
formed but Wednesday evening In Present were Mrs. V. M. Gren
The bride Is a daughter of Mn HATE: TACKT PARTY
charge of the program and presented the hotel by a group called together nell, Mrs. B. A. Waldln Mrs. Cross
Edward Connor who moved from A where all went
tacky party the The Rev. M.
speakers. by Mn. Bow. Mrs. Wm.E. Stewart, Mrs. S. L. Dickinson,
Homestead to South Miami two masked was held by the ..TunlorWomen' A. Soper made the address of welcome .
Myers of Florida City and Mrs. Wm. Johns, Mrs. W. M. Bradley -
;yean ago. She attended Homestead Club of Homestead In
and Principal Carl Wagner Mrs. Don and Mr BenArchei' Mr Bow
Ferreyra Mrs. Easton: Mrs.
and Ponce de Leon high
the clubhouse
Monday the members.
evening. Introduced faculty
of Homestead were placedon Collier, Mrs. Ferreyra. Mn. Myen
schools. Mrs. It O. Walser Mn.Gwendolyn The Rev. Stanley Lowell of the .
the nominating committee. Mrs. Mrs-Archer, Miss Jessie Hendershot -
The bridegroom Is a son of Mr. Moor and Miss Ellen Huff werethe Tamlami Temple of Miami, gust
B. F. Collier of Florida City was Misses. Lucille and Ines
and Mrs. Frank Bernecker -
hostesses. speaker, discussed education and
appointed committeemen to set Beviav Miss Elizabeth Caplinger
of the district He attended Miss. Grace Hobson awarded
was character building. Music was
If a teacher for a class In Spanish and. Miss Louis* Permlngton.
Redland High School a prIM for having the tackiest furnished by Mrs. Walter Eason
They will not live on their grove costume and Miss Alice: Hobson, a of Princeton.
at present but will stay on the prize for having the next tackiest BARBARA WILLIAMS I, Stacy Hawkins won the high score
original Bernecker homestead. Various games and stunts were Mrs. Mary Fennetl associate: HAS BIRTHDAY PUTT prizes and Mrs. C. H. Steffanl and
enjoyed. matron of Naranja chapter and Mrs Casper Williams of Mode -j Geo M. Frick. the low

MISS CHERIE: ALDRICH IS Present wen: Mrs. Joel J. Robinson Mrs. Ceo. W. Turner, Jr., associate > 110 gave a surprise party for her Present were: Mr. and Mrs. R.
BRIDE OF FRANK STALLINGMr. Mrs. E. A. Buchanan, Mrs. matron of Ad Astra chapter daughter Barbara last Saturday E. Asptey. and Mr. and Mrs. Me-
and Mn. L. C. Aldrlch of Harold Oxford Mrs. Ines Harris, of Homestead attended a meeting Games were played after Daniel, guests, and Mr. and Mrs.
Florida City announce the marriage I Mrs. Wm. Johns, Mrs. Carl Twee- of Biscayne Temple chapter the birthday packages had been Geo. N. Waketield Mr. and Mrs.

of their daughter, Cherie,I dell Mrs. Ceo, Fitzpatrick, Mrs. In Miami Monday night and planto opened and admired. Hawkins, Mr. and Mn. Trick andMrs.
to Frank H. Stalling on Oct. 22 Elbert Froscher: Mrs. Geo. Son-1 attend the meeting of the Hi- Mn. A. A. KoestUne assisted $tejaillt flub. megrbtpv
at Fort L LaudeYdal The ceremony I nlchaen Mn. Wslser Mn. Moore, aleah chapter tonight Mrs. Williams In serving cakes
was performed by Judge Misses Rose Carrie Belle and lime punch. MRS. SURER ENTEtTAINl"
Boyd H. Anderson, and the attendants -j t{ Caves. Miss nen.v: Miss Pearl I The CalendarOct The guests Included: Joenell AKKME CLUB MEMBERSThe
were Miss' Ingeborg Matt-i Whitaker Miss. Gladys Sharpe, Slagle Wanda Thompson, Freeda Aroma Club met at the
son of Florida City and Arthur 1 Misses. Eloise. and Mary Eagle, Ruth Hiner, Fay Campbell home of Mn. Fred Suber Tuesday
French of Homestead. Miss Marian Cook. M''Bradle1'1 I 28-Sacred Heart card party Lena Bell Bond, Wanetta and I afternoon for a business session
The bride wore a blue crepe"I Misses. Alice and Grace Alone Koentline, Teeny Torbert, and social hour. Mn. W, M Bradley -
gown with whit accessories. Miss and Mrs. Ronald Brooker, Oct 25-Redland W. C. T. U. Teresa Redd, Jane Fuchs, Mary won the mystery package.
Muttson wore a yellow and brown meeting at Redland Community Jo Close and Alton Slagle. Present were: Mrs. J. E. Davis
dress with brown accessories.Mrs. NARANJA O. E. S. HONORS Church at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. J:. E.: Altman, Mrs. B. O.
Stalling came to Florida ,I MATRONS AND PATRONSOn Oct. 25-Men's Night and benefit Mrs. W. E. Sunderland and Mn. Branch Mn. Geo. W. Turner Jr..
City In 1918 with her parents from i Thursday, Oct 17, Naranja party at the Woman's Club of Clarence Bollea of Miami and Mrs. Wayne Calkins, Me*. J. B.
their former home in Spanish Honduras -! chapter of the O. E. S. honoredthe the Redlands. Mrs FrItz Jackson of Redland Hardy Miss' Estelle\ Turner and
Central America She attended worthy matrons and worthy Oct. ZJ-Redland P.-T. A. executive were bridge luncheon guests of Mrs. Suber.
the Florida City and patron of District 20. committee meeting. Mrs. Bertha Edwards Thursdayat
Homestead schools and was graduated Those attending were: Mrs. Oct 28-Meeting of South Dad her home on Redland road. MRS. WALKER TALKSTO
from the high school 1S3J. Mary Connolley ef Little River, Garden Club at home of Mrs. M. rERRINE r.-T. A.
Mr. Bulling Is a son of Mr. chapter Mrs. Amerlcus Ector andS. P. Kenney at 1 p. m. AG CLUB MEETSAT Mrs. C. N. Walker, Dodo County
and Mrs. F. H. Suitings of Homestead S. McKhill of Fort Dallas chap' Oct 20-Ladies' Night at Lion BROOKS HOME school board member, gay a talk

who cam her from Bell ter, Mrs. Nina Rickel and Carl Club. Mr.' and Mn. 3. R. Brooks entertained on character building at the>Wetting
Glad He is employed by On Wallace of Coral Gable chapter, Oct. 29 Woman's Club of the A< Bridge 'Club at of the. perrin P.-T. A.' on
Fuchs Baking Company of South Mrs. Edith Roberta of Coconut Homestead pot-luck luncheon and its first meeting this season at Oct.: 11 when the teachers and
Miami, and they will make their Grove chapter, Mrs. Eula, Duma- Halloween party with Mrs. 'B. F. their horn In. Porvenlr Tuesday trustee were guests of honor.
home In South Miami for the present worth of Miami chapter. Mrs.I Collier In Florida City. evening. Mrs. H. P. MeOantel and WDntissad M Past Eltmn)
dart Fine nf RmttnnK chanter and .Oct. 28 Neighborhood Bridge, --.. --- .
Mn. Neecle Branch of M-Astra Club meeting the Lee H. Lehman -

I Oct. 20 Redland Ladle. Aid
ASKED TO MEET TODAY Other visitors were: Mn. S. S. -
Mrs. J. W. English Homestead McKhlU Mrs. Nellie Raymond benefit Halloween party at Red-

P.-T. A. membership chairman, I Mrs. Collie Flowen, Mrs. Carl land Community Church parson
has asked the room mothers to Wallace and Mr. Roberts. age. !\\Ii.i.\ r II"bi
: Oct. :. :-. -
meet with her some time between I Organization meetingof '. ...... .,i. ..
2 o'clock and four today In the REBEKAH'S INITIATE: I Business and Professional
TWO NEW MEMBERS Women's Club In Hotel Redlandat
clinic room of the Neva King :
Cooper School to check up on the I i Mrs. Hannah Moon and Mn I S p. m.
membership' drive now In pro" :Viola Payne wen initiated into Oct SI-Junior Woman' Club *
rrss.. ,'Liberty Rebekah Lodge at the Halloween dance at Homestead .
meeting held Monday evening. Country Club. .z.. \.
JUNIOR CLUB MILL CUE: Announcement was made that Nov. I-H. H. S. junior carnivalat ,
HALLOWEEN DANCE ON: 31ST I past noble grand's night will be Neva King Cooper School "
Members of the Junior Wom- observed by the lodge at Its next Ntv. 1 Measuring party i In if
an's Club of Homestead have begun meeting. Lions Den sponsored by Juniors
active preparations for the Coffee and doughnuts were served of Redland High School
Halloween dance which they will after the lodge session by Nov. 4-Business meeting ol AT FALL WINDS
Club Mrs. Carl Hilche Mrs. Lochia Junior Woman Club of Home-
live in the Country: next I )
Thursday night Posters were McCu lions and Mrs. Florence Pa- stead.
placed about town this week and I cettl. Nov. 5-Ag Club meeting at Geo. l :When You Protect Your Skin This Way

the ticket sal was begun. Visitors present were: Mr. and Frick horn I won= ..
o'clock. Mrs. Wm. Steward Mr. and Mrs. Nov ft-W. M. S. business meet
Dancing will begin at I IWOMAN'S
A. S. Nlckerson, Mrs. Lela Kan-: ing.Nov. Your complexion needs: extra protection
CLUB CHANGES tro Mn. Trolls Kennedy and Miss' Homestead P.-T. A. ex.
DATES OF MEETINGS Anita Steward all of Coral Re- ecutlv committee meeting. when drying winds take out natural oils.

Plansfor the year were mad bekah Lodge No. 13 of Coconut Nov. Supper Club meeting
i at J. H. Webster home. Use Cara Nome Foundation Cream. It
by the Woman's Club of Homestead Grove and Mn. Nelll Wright of
at Its first meeting this season Palm Lodge of MiamI. i Nov. 27--Redland school carnival
and dinner. supplies just the amount of oil needed.
held In its clubhouse Tuesday Local memben present wen
afternoon. The meeting date 1 Mr.' and Mrs. John R. Brain, Mr. Dec. t-Redland Lad....' AW

were changed front the fourth I and Mrs. Hilchey, Mr. and Mrs. Christmas supper and bazaar at
Tuesday to the second Tuesday Hugh Seattle. Mrs. Thelma Rad- Redland Woman's Club building.

The monthly social meeting will i ford, Mrs. Maud Simmons Mrs. .. ? fflfllmRRRRt'ff7TlPERMAKENT {
be held on the fourth Tuesday Edna Strickland. Mrs. MargaretGay.
Mrs. I. P. McLean gave two vocal Mrs. Jennie Harper Mrs.
solos accompanied on the piano I I Maml Jernlgan, Mrs. Mollie Win-
by Mrs. J. J. McLendon. and El- gal. Mr* ,Gertrude Caplinger, ; WAVING
med Roberts gave a violin solo I Mrs. Cots Belle Crlnold Mrs. Mc-
{ accompanied by Constance Scherr I:I ICulloni and Mrs Pecetti.THERMIQ'UI I r; Croquiffnole or Spiral

; $5.00. $7.00


f Finger Wavlag-Faelala

Croquijrnole Spiral Combination $6 $7 Maataarloo-MareeUng _

by xswrleoeed .aerator*, The Dixie Drug
I lean Same Location
w I FINGER WAVES-any 8t7t.Pili's .-It* Your Rexall

Beauty: Parlor I SHOPFE : Store'f

tXvwl Fhw Roe* BUg. Ftm Ut-R

.......,..... _. ... 4.awNIIIIIIWIJN Flowers.BUg. "" .Fhen. 5M-W

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Friday, October 26. 1936. THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Mute Eleven

122 MILL TAX Disaster Rescue Set-up ExplainedTo

LEVY BEFORE i/ Rotes by Dade County Chairman I'I CLASSIFIED ADS j I

(Continued from PRO One) I r-u; station will be supplied by RATE: First Insertion lOg a line, subsequent Insertion.
CITY COUNCIL a Kohter electric plant. 1
: Sunday at the Coconut Grove boatyard W toe

;I and an who wish to Join the Portable radio sets to be set ..,1

Continued From i class may do so without charge. at disaster area headquarters and I FOR RENT CATERPILLAR TEN tractor loral
( Peg One) transceiver, which have a sending! I
*. Frank Bernecker, Jr.Krome ..
effect that they would have con- There are squads of auto mechanic radius of five mile and can be I
tempt proceedings, brought early I *, a radio committee! beaded easily be carried: will keep rescue FURNISHED ROOMS for rent avenue and Silver Palmroad.
this month In U. S. district court,I by Lieutenant McKlnney representative quad in contact: with area headquarter I WIth or without meal Mrs. C..1 st7U)
dismissed It the city would undertake of the radio commission: *. There will be small i I N. Henderson: Princeton: Phone
l to rewind Resolution 30 In Miami, a medical committee sending and receiving l radio telephone 2721. II
passed June I to IohoM the city headed by Dr. Joe Stewart of Miami sets In every municipalityIn
clerk to redeem air! bonds presented ambulance and volunteer the Jurisdiction of the com- FURNISHED BEDROOM. Modern RELIABLE WATCH REPAIRING
I to him for payment whenever from among the younger mittee. convenience! : Garage available. I W. H. Wood, McCrory Arc.xk
fund applicable thereto were on 1 doctor who will go along with the i Mr C. W. McEwen II N. E.
hand. These contempt proceeding I rescue qundi. Radio station WIOD Housing food and clothing are nth st (anti) HEMSTITCHING while you "' '''u.
alleged that resolution wa I* to be turned over entirely to In the hands of men experiencedin Singer sewing machines amt, re-
in violation of an injunction obtained the disaster relief committee In those line County trucks,I I FOR SALE pair Mr*. Wm. It
:sans: and tractor have been from F E. C. station
against the city of Homestead time of emergency and In cans across
l placed: at the disposal of the committee TROPICAL FRUITS canals
of disabled line current
to prevent the acceptanceby I power
the clerk of bond in I on debris removal. (egg fruit), ealamondln (Panama PIANO TUNING and rcpelrmc.
payment Finances In the hands of Good WIld for sale rlu .
of I are I orange), Sc lb.; night piano up
i. taxes.The gave data on the proposed size W. R. Becker former Dade County Ing cereua: fruit, 2Jc W. E. Koon, 115 N. W. 3rd St
agreement for this stipulation -) and coat of the sign, which wouldbe tax CQlcctor. The disaster. relief bklom-I
rtes (Natal plum), ;
was reached at a closed session -: Neon-lighted: at night, and said committee will have no lack of moves, Sc Ib. orange, WANTEDRAGS
of the council last week, that financial aid from the city I I I
fund in emergencies. The Red ::1
4 Mr* Ceo. W. Kosel. Redland Rd
r Co-operation in financing erection council could be given out of an : Cross will honor IU requisition,I I I and Plummer Dr., RFD Box HI I WANTED-The Lend,'i"EnterprUe i"-
and maintenance of a sign at item of tSOO put in the budget for I Mr. Harrison said, and Red Cross will wp cl.snidadvertising <<

. a strategic location In Miami to advertising. There was no dissentIng requisitions of such a nature are I FOR SALE-Bed-room set green I << or subscription for
Invite and direct: visitors to the vote on the motion for approval backed by the United: States gov- enamel; double bed beauty-rest I wiping rag 7c a pound ail,,ued -
I Redland District was voted by the .
for clean white ..IM-l
\ emmeIIt. mattress colt with rags or <
I 'council-following a talk made by I Jang ft sUI* anll-pcddler, Each comipunUy: ie.pect d to II full length mirror spring;; vanity chiffonier;I ed. Knit underwear prefei'<(
Ben Archers president! of UM Red-
ordinance;renmrtett by the Chamber organize its town' complete1 unit Of nile table. For sate or will Wsde -
land District chamber of ."- of 'comment! was .deferred disaster relief with its various I' for'plek-dotruck. AIM UMce-I REAL ESTATE
laid _
merce, who that the Rotary
pending tntestlgatfon of existing I committee raoponalfJ to the genera solid >le .
pieta tneakCMt set, nft
'. Club and the chamber of commerce REAL ESTATaV-Tlwse who nt
ordinance en the subject by the j j county chairmen of thelrtespectlva W. A..1. Kopp, Rlchird tld.1
were jointly sponsoring the I to buy or sell Redland Din net
City attorney, Ernest P. Robert department south of MoW' *
i !) (po 15)
project Councilman Frank Skill,r real estate. will find up-to-il.ite
i listings In our office Main of
..-...-............-.-,..,......... FOR SALE-Iron wheel wagon, 12 these listing are still at, subnormal -
Inch tread, tractor hitch. Fine
SOCIAL'EVENTS I for low soft land. Preston Lee price We shall appreciate -
A GOOD USED CAR Gould olS-nS either your Inquiries or

f ... .". ) your listings all of which win

r (Continued from Page Ten iMr FROM A RELIABLE DEALER I TOMATO pepper broccoli plants.I have our best attention. Now w
: the time to B. W. Morris
<\ *. Frank Walker made the, C. F. Talbot, Richard road and buy. ,
opening address and presented aprogram MEANS A RELIABLE USED CAR Silver Palm drive. olUlf) now associated with U A. Cameron -
N. W. lit St In CJtlenlBank
which consisted of a read-I
J. ins by Dorothy Halzllp a vocal i Ii FOR SALE-Household goods: BIdg. phone 72.

. solo by Mrs. Tom Torbert of1 I piece dining-room suite, $23 Ij; ACREAGE AND Ct'tOVES-
.. .. Goulds, a reading by Elizabeth I ICalm Light Dodge Truck-Cheap for cash ivory twin bed, 17.50 each complete CHARLES I. BROOKS specializes

I. a guitar solo by 1. A. Deas,I Mrs. J. A. Tabor 2V4 ml. In Redland: properties.
d Jr., and Mrs. Walker1 talk.: Ligjit Chevrolet Truck-Cheap for cash .west of Gould on Vlhlen drive. I I(018)j Purchaser are in MIAMI so

teat Pries were fiven-hr rllame"eon>o1) 1929 Ford Truck-Good shape list_with a broker you know tope
a itc.uuAnua BOOSTER.
Pie a la mode and Iced tea were! I Send your listing with legal'
1925 Chrysler Sedan Cheap for cash
served by Louise.and Doha Curly: description of land. price terms

1II .. Ruth Black Isabel Connett, Annie'Mort ;, 1928 Buick Sedan-Good transportationFord DR.B.E.GATLINDentist etc Send postal and I will c.ll.
; Violet lone* 'and:.Marjorie or give full Information to J. R.

.. Crew. -, I T Coupe-Cheap for cash (Dick) Brook. Homestead.
ItIi -

JUNIOR TOWNSEND CLUB j 1928 Ford Tudor-Plenty of good miles left 128 N. E. First St. Miami
TO HATE HALLOWEEN PARTY | with South Atlantic Mortgage Co.
Office in Hausman Bldg.
The Redland Townsend j
Junior 1931 Chevrolet Coach-New Paint-Seat coven
Club will have"a'Halloween party j LEGAL NOTICES

Oct. 31 at 8.30: p. the home' 1931 Chevrolet Sport Coupe-Good condition Phone 85
U Uw ... .
Cwt of U.
Cowl fwl N1-s
of Mr. and Mrs,.C L. Akcr InHomestead. I of n.rid.,
AlT1re Invited to attend Austin Truck-Cheap mileage-Good truck for HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA IN HI UTATK. Of JOHN I, RANI..ON.P .
t U 4> c..tJ' No. 1U4T
the merrymaking. Games'I! delivering AH CWItan. a...._ Dt.lrlk.IM...
will be played and prize will be I< grocery All Pomona N._ lase s Po__

awarded. Refreshments will be i! 1931 Ford Coupe-Going cheap-as is I Amine ttw ..d a.M sea 1Iot.of _b. am .hmbir 10,11H.4ad
.. ,
served. I I r.Mnd .scat nor ibis on.1 .6-
Woods ohl.a rw or....... of r,.1 a.. h...
1928 Ford Fordor-a good car for knockabouting "Sin", doe ..... of Joeo a. Hairs W.,
DR.M.A.BERGERDentist : 01 Miami. c....,. _.. I. Mrs
I C.M.r Jedss of 17.4. c....". ..... I. III
I his /else. t. doe C..rk Wood .1 allow.St..H. .
Your NewPermanent
Try Our Marquette Radiator FlusherThese ,, .. sohio sight based. r... IM,
thwo W doe tint mvWnaa. of this. ..*h.fim .
WaverImportant .11I ..._ s __ e. w ._ I., ..d

36 N. Krome AvenueUpstairs l>..:.tft*.r, chat..f.rwd, ,lltM s MUM I..4 XII IM kr
Is Cars and Trucks can be bought on GMAC slab .* rtorfau. fs Uw r..r in
Dowd 10, 1914,

to You Terms. Low interest-6% on deferred payments lit*LAUaAA. II. .171.; Urt.HANLON 4, II, ll.t AtalnMnMrli':No> 1. 'iMilkFedFryers
Office Hours 8:30 420: -

Tear new permanent wave OPEN EVENINGS i

1* Important to yea. Come to

u for the genuine Eugene Bird Chevrolet Co. BY ArrOLVTUEVT FRESIl'Er.GS I

ware-a, wave that add I
beauty and lustre to yew W. R. BUD Pre*. F. T. SURER, Vfee-pre J. L. DIED, See FEED S\fK9
1 Mr*. CoY.. Mi Emu I
hair. Phone 98 Homestead Fla. It N. K. I4ik "(.
DR.R.S.AKERS I -....." ...."..."'''''."... ..

Finger Waring Facial* iI i DENTIST i

Scalp Maassga-> rank_ I I ornceUwrsi a. a*. le S p. as. Eva Estelle Sullivan

Henna) Bins and rack Surveys Maps I same 2 te II Teacher of Pianoforte
Cloctd Salavda/i

A. R. LIVINGSTON I Free Parking Space HI N. E. lad Ave. HomesteadTurner's


Croquignole ........$5.00 1 Registered Land Surveyor "IUNS .,.11
Funeral Home
Spiral ........._.....6.00 I BOX MJ HOUESTEID. FLX

Combination ......$7.00 I Stiling Lade All ndsnlPhone
Oil Wave ............$4.50Bosh's Real Estate I' t.l K HDIII........ Pia
Clean Vegetables Sell BetterSee
General Insurance
Barber J
our vegetable washer built at our shop. c.... r lm Ave. aU Are, .8 i i CITY DRAY

ANDBeauty We turn wood rollers for packing house use. JItUNVAns.. Prep.

Parlor Portable fire and irrigation pumps. Lathe and I Hailing ef any kind at any
NEWT G. BALLloiarr ulate delivery ,uran-
machine work. Farm machinery repaired or ...*. PHONE 513Wl
LILLIK: DROWN Operator P.kUe .
rebuilt. I

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Pats Thrive THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday October 25,

BURGLARS BUSYIN Autos Far More Fatal Than Wars First Solid Carload of HereThe THE WEATHER
Bean Seed Come
Kavanaugh Tells Redland P.-T. A.I ,
OITMa-- innn o tkt luMnvfadE
HOMESTEAD first solid carload at bean I: pwl t eta=". nrawuU. IferMa.
More people hAve been killed Vhorsepower car is going at the seed to be shipped into the Bed- t.ei ,
45 land District vas received Saturday pee.., L.__ lMlsOtt.
SATURDAY NIGHT by automobile In our country in rat of 29 feet a second: It foes
feet before that driver brain can 1 by the KJIgor Seed flbm- I' 83 40 30.081 ..72Ott
the past twenty years than have tell his hand to get pad accidentsare pony, T. B. Crantham, total man* I' .., n IS 10.0'11 .01
Standard OU Office and been killed In ad the wars In which Inevitable Beer, announce. Oct se .. n.. I
our country has engaged since W. H. Owens, secretary of the The ear contained Bountiful art 11. ..._ as If moo
Texaco Service Sta- 1779, Andrew:/ ltlvanal &!\. director Miami Motor Club, made a talk and Giant varieties assembled In Cd. u 11 30.06 ..saOtL
tion VisitedThe of safety in Miami, told the on safety and 18 safety petrel several Western suites and shipped U ..//'S TI IUIJ
.- Dad County Council, Florida boys from the Shenandoah school here direct: from Powell, Wye.,Oct 2f n .lt8
Congress of Parents and Teachers,
., wearing white Sam Browne belts
theft $300 In cash and a In Redland Wednesday the best
revolver from a safe In the Home- gave a safety lesson. Mrs. A. J.
attended session ever held by the
stead office of the Standard Oil Austin, county president presided FOR MAYOR
county unitThe
Co.. ea South ntgter avenue Sat.W'daJ' Mrs. C. E. Elchenberger president -
Bight WM reported to police intoxicated drivers of both I of the Redland P.-T. A..
Sunday morning by A. M. Byrom, sexes he placed first in the list of made the address of welcome and I I am a candidate tor the office of Mayor of the
local agent of the company. causes He Had looked this week Principal Carl Wagner spoke City of Homestead, subject to the Town Caucus
without pity he said, at four different
briefly The Redland chorus sang
a Officers screen had Investigating been removed found from that Intoxicated drivers of the Chas Pfatt Redland sonf of Nov 1&, 1933. I take this means of solicitingthe
a window and ashes on the floor fair sex who had been locked in The Redland P:T. A served support of all citizens whom I may not be
cells for two days Just like other I
lunch to almost two hundred
Indicated that the thief had burned ,
criminal able to set personally
to .
paper get light by which
to work successfully the two combinations A drink slows a driver's thought I
of the safe, which was process down H of a second, and T. A. FEASTER
not damaged. No finger prints; two drink stow it down a second 1 7'.1:. q.,, .d i
or tracks had been left by the thief. and a halt he said, so when an I

The Texaco Service Station, operated -

of by South Don Krome Talbott avenue at the corner and-, I Monarch or Del Monte I Sugar Creek Creamery I IIb.

:fourth street was broken Into:
Saturday night and crude and tin*
successful attempt made to force Com BUTTER
open a cash register and a credit i
reglsUf. The cash register could
have been opened by a turn of the:
register handle, but there was no, ;
money In either the cash register 2 No. 2 cans25c'' print ---33C .
or the credit file, Mr Talbott I
.Id'i i lIb
A neighbor heard the burglarsas roll.. ... 4.C
they broke a window to enter New Cobbler I I. .:
the station and he immediatelygot !
In his auto and went after Patrolman I BeefSteaks
Saturday SpecialsMilk Georgia
Sykes. When Sykes and ; PotatoeslOlbs
the neighbor arrived on the scene '
however, the thieves had fled ARMOUR 59cl ;
evidently frightened away by the I
noise of the neighbor car starting - .I9C 10 cans
Nothing was missing from
the station The IBC

: 30 II II. S. Boys Report ; Pillsbury's Tomatoes N.c.' .. !

For: Basketball!: Drill FLOUR Georgia Peanut
j I

Thirty boys, the largest numberof Maxwell house 27d
j Coffee HAMSWhole i
candidates I for a HomesteadHigh 21 lbs. ----1.: lb.
; School basketball squad In
1 years, were out for the first practice Whole or Half \_

i' Passing new Tuesday playing fundamentals afternoon rules ,were trainingand discussed :: Peaches Crackers N.B. l o p k sits Z:1c: Ib.--- ---...ss3 sC :

by Coach: Theo. J. Blelef

Theodore D.Those H. Delllngtr out Franklin were, J as B.Earl follows Clonlnger Rohrer: No. 2V2 can -17C: Corn Flakes ; pkp.Sc: HAMBURGER !

Clayton Lehman,Richard Mattson, ,
Labors Bishop Earl Smith, Don- Tomato
: Pork and 3 Water Ground 5 lbs.
ald Sullivan, James Glbbs, Billy cans
Arthur, Dukes West, Junior King, lb. .igc:
: BEANS----15c lIEALISc -- ;
' Wlnfred Owens, Pierre McDaniel, Ketchup
Randolph Caves Raymond Rob
erts, Manuel Hancock, Wade : AD-Good No. 2% can Medium 5 lbs. Sliced
Smith, RufuS Sullivan, William bottles -25C
; 21g. SPINACH ---15c GRITS - 18cArgo
.t McMichael, Martin Bishop, Harvey
B. I
Rue Emory Dec-ring, Harry Bacon
Hill, Clinton Bishop Junior Rogers ; HELLMAN s S REAL MAYONNAISE l'
t James Hardy Jim Schallem,
6 and Rex Faust Prunes i lb.... ...-39c
f 4 01. jar 9c pint jar 27c
Four hundred motor vehicle : 2 lb. pkg. :l3c 8 oz. jar --- 15c qt. jar --- 45c Fresh Ground
1 had been Inspected and tested up

4 to noon police yesterday department by; the in Homestead the : Bron on'., Egg Salad Dressing 14c Sausage Meat

1 driver's license and safety seal
{ campaign started Monday mornIng Mustard lb. .:[Oc
: NEW NUCOA, lb. ,ZZc - -

... ... :15C CalfLIVER :
; qts. Octagon 2 pkga. Laundry 5 bars

Bulk SOAP CHIPS -11c SOAP - -10c ;

can .a bars :

I E Dates CLEANSER 3 t3c SOAP... w .. -19c lb. -afc

I" II+ ; lb. r r 18c SNOWDRIFT, 3 lb. can 53c BulkLARD

.t Idea' Chief WESSON OIL' qt. Can 42 '

GeneralPublic : Dog Food

Brown Sugar btIk 21bs.15c : .
Utilities I Ib. :l3c
5 cans ..._ -25c :r
........ l'to.e 101-'. SOAP IJeerless lIardwater $.C
Shield Label 3 ban Georgia Chuck _

JOHN a KAtUn POST NO 4* : FREE! Ice Cream Dish with ROAST ; '

Met** Ant call IbM W.......,
10. w, Asnwtga tdhtt BMt, Chumgoldtl'.Z C :
(aid past efftrt Math Knase Ate. No. 2 cans :LOc lb. ae -:3E3C

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