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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:
November 15, 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
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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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SIX TO ACT AS j f Chamber To Growers Urges Damaged Emergency by'Loans Hurricane i 1 I|;, 45 PElf CENT OF BOND DEBT t

CHALLENGERS Emergency fertilizer loan for ha been received In the absenceof i ALL THAT CITY CAN CARRY f
!cItrus and avocado growers and Senator Trammel I am taking ':' :
aced and fertilizer loan for vegetable the matter up with the proper I
grower who lost their crops authority and doing all I can in I

AT BIG CAUCUS i ii In telegrams the storm of sent 4 the were Redland urged this The behalf.telegrams" were sent In compliance I'' SAYS REPORT OF COMMITTEE ii

District Chamber of Commerce with action taken at a
i -- yesterday morning to W. t Myert, -- 'II
meeting of the Chamber of Commerce i .
Citizens of Homestead to,,governor of the Farm Credit Administration membership Wednesday Existence of I 2' Refunding Bonds for :
Meet at 7:30: Tonight i and to Senator Duncan night Telling bow he had gone I $594.450 Suggested :
i U. Fletcher and Park: Tram- with County Agent C. H. Steffanl To End After Today 1-
to Pick Nominees !men at Washington, D. C. and County Commissioner H. L.'I I CompromiseCOUNCILTO"TAKE'
The telegram, which wereI Cook the day after the storm to, The Florida Emergency: Relief'II
3 KNOWN ASPIRANTSFOR I I I identical, read at follows: leek relief labor and money for resetting I Administration goes out of existence < UP I
MAYOR'S OFFICE :I "Urgent need for emergency blown-over trees PresidentBen today. and It I* understood! PROPOSAL MONDAY
fertilizer loan to cItrus and avocado Archer said he had invitedMr. that all client for direct or Indirect -
j I grower; also seed and fertilizer SUffani to outline the statusof relief after this date should!
feaster,Harper and Kirby I loans for vegetable grower relief effort and tell the cham- I Igo to headquarters In the old post;I Report Presented at In-
Seek Nomination to ,I of Dade County, Florida, who lost ber of any further aid it could,'[office building in Miami for Instructions formal Conference
':! City's High Job I their entire above crop. Due to recent in j render Mr. Steffanl respondedand i a* to their future status Wednesday
'" storm are desperately I requested the support of the Unofficial information 1* to the
I need of financial assistance to i'
Tonight at 7:30: o'clock citizen I I I organization In asking for emergency effect that all relict after today Presenting an analysis to Indi-
I I carryon. We ask your cooperation j loan so that grove owner will be extended through WPA
of Homestead will meet In the i cate that the city of Homestead
auditorium of Neva King Cooper I The relieving following. the situation I may give, their storm damaged I 1 and resettlement work. ii able to carry only 49 per cent
answer was received -
School to elect a list of two nominees -I I tree the fertilizer necessary to,f I of its present: bonded Indebtedness,
the Chamber of Com-
for each office to be filled I If start them on the long road to re- a report of the taxpayer committee
f at the municipal election in Janu-! Ed merce Ahearn yesterday Senator afternoon Trammell'i from covery.It I II I[LIQUOR PLACESIN selected: at the mass meeting
t cry I secretary I wa decided at the meeting last week suggests that effort be
To vote at the caucus, persons i I Your wire relative to emergency Wednesday night that due to the: made to have the total reduced
tnuit have resided within the city I fertilizer loans to farmer havoc wrought by the storm with I RESTAURANT I from 11.331,000 to 85B4.4SO for
limits of Homestead for at least. I both fruit and tree, the Chamberof I which refunding bonds would be
six month and In the state of I Commerce would make no plans I CLASSHERENOW Issued bearing Interest at 3 per
Florida for at least one year. LIBRARY to bold the Redland District Fruit i cent.
I Mayor Bird, who will not"be a',$68,000 Festival In February. Called on I The financial analysis and bond 1
candidate for any city office, will for his opinion, County Agricultural :' debt settlement suggestions are
act a* chairman of the caucus. He PROJECT STILLINIIDIOFVPA Agent Steffani said that he Gan Keep Open and Serve I contained in a report mad to the
announced Wednesday there will I did not see how a creditable exhibit I I' Beer and Wine on Sun- city council at an unofficial meeting -
be two teller, two caller and two of fruit could be gathered i day Not Whisky I il held Wednesday night The
inspector to act a* a challenging I together for a festival ai fruit that, report wa accepted and tiled with
1 board during the balloting. There wa not blown to the ground will the city: clerk tor consideration)
will be two ballot boxes with be scarred and bruised. Several I Both liquor dispensing: place In I the council at its regular meeting -
\ three member of this board at City Engin-8ays; Application grower expressed the same opln- Homestead now operate underrestaurant I to be held Monday night A*
L *acb ,box, end every precaution on File in (Continued en Pate Twelve liquor licenses and ac- preu 1LW .dJ.t i&ht the re-
__ ini low pasyed b :the, 999 .
U i' "
'Gga4taued eaj'aIle"Tn) ** "'WashingtSrT"1The ** "):' .
ale have tM"rtllhrtr Jte P'f '
"We. the Undersigned'committee -
iS"oOO Sunday, but the city ordinance *
i open on
I' GiVENFOR" selected by the taxpayer to
RDIA RE-ELECTS municipal library board of forbidding the sale ol co-operate with you in formulatinga
Homestead and the- Redland District |intoxicating liquor from midnight plan of settlement of UM bonded
.Commerce REBUILDING I Saturday to 6 a. m. Monday I I. enforceable debt of the city, do hereby submitto
Chamber of Inquiring -
and will be enforced,
i i W.W.JOHNSTON I ,this week M to the,,/ita I Mayor P. B. Bird declared this you the following suggested settlement -

of the- Homestead community ROAD TOFERRYConstruction : week.: "Assuming: the bonded debt

'.' ITS PRESIDENT I building project worked up several He denied that "city authorities"had including all past due bond and
'I months ago by the city with the I told the proprietor of the interest coupon, Is:
r' I eoopentlolof the Chamber of of 40 Storm Bank Bar that he could verve Outstanding bond $$981,000.00
Wilco. ,.'Speaker at Meeting Commerce, were advised by City Shelters Started on I "anything wanted" to customersat Interest. past due before

Promises Aid to I Engineer z., L. HookJr that th table on Sunday, and cold he 1935 ..... ...- ._ 280,01)000
Keys Tuesday
Get project application is "itlU Jrf the ; had a signed statement to that Interest due In 1934 10,000.00
mill" at Washington."The effect from the proprietor himself
Four hundred thousand dollars !
application) was filed before I The mayor said that wine and Total ... . $1,321,00000
Director elected the annual for rebuilding the Oversea Highway -
ae4 'nd the deadline several monthsago beer were not classed a* Intoxicating We suggest that this debt he
Harbor and I
meeting of the District fin at Whale reconstructing -
Improvement Associ. 8' Monday ,",the engineer said, "as was the highway from: liquor In his interpretation of refunded by reducing the' debt to
bight In Redland ScvAuditor the application for the $48,000 loan Upper Matecumbe to the ferry I the ordinance forbidding ale of 4}% of that figure, or to $594,430:
the and Intoxicant and a* which refunding bond be Issued -
j' ium met yesterday aiiAjjftoon and and grant for light water landing at Lower Matecumbe was on Sunday for
and wine and beer served 2'%" Interest, payable
were bearing
extension long
re-elected system Improvement a*
W. W. John- 0rr president made available this week through
', There I ia no reasonjo g|yjt of at table and not "over the bar"I iml-annually, This Interest will
and Mrs. B. A. Wit la treas a federal highway grant 1300-
chosen up hope that it will yet be ground 000 and a state grant of 1100,000, they could be served on Sunday."If i (Continual en rate 811)

j ; vice-president, and n. Clna out. according to information reachIng -I there was any way to close
I Stewart, secretary. ..i board The application filed was for a here Wednesday from a reliable these place on Sunday, we would I Welfare Board Is Not
building to cost $68,000 to house certainly do It, but we find that
l' meeting was held. at ttyfiom f of source.It BirdThe
Mr. Johnston. the library, an auditorium and WM attoHearned that construction I they have a legal right to stay Out of ( i The new board of director I* the office for the county agent wa begun Tuesday on I open," he said. I
composed a* follows: Wm. Brodie, and home demonstration agent. 40' concrete storm shelter to be I South Dade Welfare Board
George Cooper, Charles Cox, Joe Plan were drawn by Walter De- placed it Intervals from Tavernier '. DESTROY STILL paid all bill that had been presented
Hlckson, Mr. Johnson, Too. E.: Garmo of Miami. to Lower Matecumbe. With walls I : to It, when It met last week
Kirby, B. W. Morris, Mr*. Stewart Mr. Hook laid he would make of reinforced concrete 12 Inches Constable loa Scarboroughand I Mayor P. B. Bird, president of the
John ScanelU, Mr. Talbott, effort to have the project "ground thick and reinforced concrete roof Deputy Sheriff J. Tom Vann' board, reported yesterday, and It
(Continued ea PalO BU) out. six Inches thick the storm shelters destroyed a liquor still with seventeen ha sufficient fund to carry it
will have room., unitary facilities barrels of mash and a through the next six month
provisions and water to fifty-five gallon drum which they The members voted, he wnd, to
Equipping of City Swimming Pool accommodate all the resident of found about a quarter of a mile retain at all time sufficient fund
II. the communities In which they are welt of Black Point Tuesday af- to provide food, milk and medI-
\ May Be Sponsored by Local C. of C. erected. Each shelter will be a ternoon. cine for underprivileged children
complete safety unit.
Purchase or construction of a BleIer showed could be purchasedfor The storm shelter are being
diving" tower for the Homestead'I $150. The suggestion wa constructed with funds from a special -I Trim Back Broken Trees Promptly II
made that the tower could be constructed storm relief appropriationmade Dr.\VoICe.Advises
municipal swimming pool wa at a lower flfgure here by the federal governmentafter And Paint Cuts,
taken under advisement by the the Labor Day hurricane in
I and a committee composed of O. -
board of director of the Redland,I B. Parker J. J. McLendon and which hundred of veteran and It I* important for the proper; thinned with beiuln I* good and
dctrict Chamber of Commerce,I Herman Mark wa appointed to key residents: lost their live. recovery of tree whose' limb ordinary white lead paint Is fairly
Wednesday night after City Recreation I ascertain cost and report back to wr broken off in the storm, that satisfactory
Director Theo. J. Dieter the board In time for fact and TIlE WEATHER the Hub ends of the broken "The* same treatment I II of course
told them that the lack of proper figure! to be presented to the branches should be cut off smoothly Indicated when tree are cut backto
equipment was preventing popu- membership at the next meeting. where they join the main trunkor the main branches In order to
larising of the pooL Construction of the municipal ot'1oteI _1M _of 1101 ............ larger branch and the cut surface i facilitate setting them up after
The city Mr. Bleier **ld, 1* at swimming pool was started under .."..... "dolo, RIM"told. J1otIda.lie. painted with a good pruning they have been blown over
present unable to finance purchaseof the sponsorship of the :Redland s paint advise Dr. H. S. Wolfe, *In past years grove owners have
the equipment He suggestedthat District Chamber of Commerce, T-a-e''T'I:: ... I..e horticulturist in charge of the Subtropical toe often neglected: the treatmentof
I the chamber lend the money and sentiment among the director Nov. 8 __" II 58 30.04 Experiment station at broken limb and the coveringof
to the pool if It did not feel like Wednesday night wa favorable to Nov. 9 14 80 10'.02' Homestead. wound, and the tree have suffered
making a "Christmas present" of having the chamber resume Its Nov. 10' 84 10 "The Important consideration I* in consequence. AU cut
the' tower. Sentiment among the I role of sponsor, with opportunity Nov. 11 82 IT 10',01' to cover the wound promptly and 1 surface more than an Inch across
i director was that the Chamberof offered for other organization to Nov. 11 __ 82 n 10.05 completely prevent entrance of should be protected by pruning
Commerce make an outright contribute additional piece of Nov. IS._ 14 53 :UI.8' decay fungi and destructive insects I compound, and smaller wounds
gift of the diving tower, which Mr.|equipment Nov. U ,1 12 29.99 ." Mid Dr. Wolfe. "Asphalt may be painted to advantage"U




Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Frirla\ November 15.19:15: .

: Portrait of Organizer Presented I Shirley Temple Gets First Dodge Car 11

I I.O.O.F. Lodge on 18th Anniversary

:I Addresses by Mayor P. B Bird Local people registeredwr,"
and the Rev. E. L. WWdenman. Mr. and Mrs Charles CO\''''. Mr"
pastor of the Independent Bvangrlical Cora Belle Orinold Mr and
Lutheran Church In Miami Mn Otis Radford. Mr ,UN! Mr ,
featuftd" Ibi"celebration held by Otto Bemecker. Mr. mH 1 ;ibis" I,
"i the Homestead lodge of the Independent L. Strickland, Mrs. Cain Mr c."ip-
I Order of Odd Fellows linger. Mr*, itHWraso' Beekc
l' Tuesday night In honor of the Mrs. F Fleltllli Mrs.. Collies Minors .,
Comirtom" Mrs Blanch SNaMi Y .
eighteenth anniversary of the A" w xa at
founding of the local lodge Chapman, Mts.fflwreoce: Paoett),
1 A portrait of the late B. A. J. D Reddll/ AtcD-Nelll! G. W DriKgera -
Tibbtts, who was appointed special -
that C. T J:* Cn A D. Smith,
deputy grand master so
I W. H. WoocVTE:.t teaitey. C r
he could organize the local lodgein
:( Orinold, VYm. Jqhns. Goo Wlt>'
1017 presented by A. o. .
soon gate A. DoyW. C. M. Barrow. E A,
( in. noble grand In behalf of
Cnnm| J. M. Scarborough, t u I
I Mm Tibbft*. who was absent II;.
Anderson E. Z. Thompson F.ilih J
I s Capllnll'leve a summary of
E. A.. Buchanan W R.
Mi Tibblts.activities in the lodge Moon
Leo E. Bishop Lean
: The program was opened by the' Thornton
Diner. Carl Tweedell Lewis Aid-
singing of 'America" and this
rich Jr., and Randdlph MutUottE.
i was followed by an Invocation by
A W Jones Th address of welcome

f. was given by Mr Cain, who W. Hemphill Dies
introduced the speakers In Griffin Hospital
H. B. Deattl of Homestead ;
grand warden of the grand lodgeof -
Florida was master of ceremonies E. W. Hemphill of Griffin, Qa, Shirley Temple in costume for her Marring "The Littlest Rebel" for 20th Century Fcx, .
ana Introduced the charter a winter farmer In Homestead for I role In the Darryl F. Zanuck production takes delivery cl th' frat 1938 (}o lli. I

members present: C. T. Fuchs Sr., the past nine years died in a hospital i -

j B. P Collier and E. S. Caplinger at Griffin Saturday night and I right now conferring with growers Plan for Exportation same return in dollars as they ,l
./ Mrs Given Victor sang to piano was burled there Monday I is to the proper dust to use to l would have received had such
,4 accompaniment, by Mrs Harold Mr. Hemphill was to have come prevent and control Insect and I f Of Florida Fruits fruit been sold on a domestic
J Keith Foulk. Frank Billelo gave to Homestead last, week, but following disease outbreaks on their crops," market. It is understood that '1

an accordion solo and was accompanied an attack of Illness was Among the special dusts mentioned DeLand, NOv. 14 (FNS)-Francis California has already applied for I
by his sister, Rosle for an- taken to the hospital. A daughter by Mr. Hector are dusts for P. Whitehair of DeLand long an allocation i of funds for this purpose
I Mrs Russell Elder of Homestead
other number. ,
f active In the efforts to solve citrus .
beans peppers, egg plants, lettuce
arrived at his bedside before -
\ Miss Oracle King of Chattanooga I
tomatoes and marketing problems, has been called
{ potatoes, celery:
\ he died. She returned Wednesday
Tenn., to
sang guitar accompaniment -
J 7 other vegetables as well as strawberries to Washington for a conferencewith
Mrs. Beattie gave 'I and citrus fruits officials of the department of P.-T. A. to Have Book
a reading, and Stanley VYittkop Mr. Hemphill was an uncle of .
for the
agriculture on a plan exportation -
Several of the new dust mixtures Week Program Nov. 22
sang with piano accompaniment Louis and Roger Brandenburg. of Florida citrus fruits. ,
\ by Miss Montese Pacetti. Homestead and D. P. Blake, have for been compounded specially Under a recent act of Congress
I airplane application
f The program was closed'with Goulds His immediate survivorsare
D2,000,009 was set aside to conduct .
the singing of -Blest Be the Tie since this method of applications A Book Week program will be
his wife Bessie, a son. Mal well
experiments .ss al.encourage
1 Increasing in popularity given at the Homestead
That Binds" and benediction among P.-T. A. :
t by colm, of Griffin and two daughters the exportation to foreigncountries ,
the larger (rowers. November meeting next Friday
Mr. Weldenman. ,
Mrs. John Mills of Griffin
AU of the dusts contain of agricultural products ,Nov S3 I
The enWnai1lmf'l1t committee a mew evening, -at I clock In
and Mrs Elder:
The plan proposed. is to have the .
copper fungicide'known. as Cop- the Neva King Cooper School
t was composed of Mr. and Mr*. ladeuI.rAlllel1t&DIet Clio. .
{ per-Hydr" "4O..hkb-.7.v.rK auditorium Mrs.'L.'L. Bow
Joseph Gay and Gordon Ivey. ,
\i Hector Supply Ready rut .rowen' that, such fruits as
Besides those already mentioned Utility replace the :Alone. s. red librarian, and Miss Jesse Hender-
\ visitors registered were R. L. For. Bugs and Blight Bordeaux nil Uiu ij eaynilaHy mi they may export will bring the, shot, high school librarian, will be .

Beebe of Little River, grand guardian tender plants such as....,.pep the.-ken. Miss! EuLa Ray'sthird
of the grand lodge of Florida, The I Imwcta and diseases that pers and the like, Mr. tied says.. various anenicals ...make ..eoroblnation -, grade will present a play and
1 and Mr*. .Beebe, L. Wright of MIami. regularly try to wipe out profitsfor Not only is Copper-Hydro 4V insecticide and fund-' the high school: odiestra which:is '
I district deputy grand master Florida fruit and -vegetable more effective as a straight 4unecide *-' beln\tntned'by'Dr. .V Herbert
I of District IZ, David Lesnick of growers will meet their match this .but it is also safe to emir coat of extra dust applications, he| Mejia, of-Corat-OaMev-wm live III

( Miami past grand patriarch of season if Harry Hector, presidentof with pyrethrum, rotenone and says two selection. ..Iij)

New Jersey and Mrs Lesnick; Hector Supply Company, has .l
)\ Mr Fleming of Miami past department anything to say about It
J < commander patriarch We're all set to help the grower -
\ militant of Florida; Roy Muzzy oft meet and beat the enemy in his MO11EY-SAVIMPODGE
West Palm Beach O. E. Kinnett own fields. Our new dust plant Is IG
I! of GreensvlUe Ind., Mr. and Mrs busy turning out a number of special '
, S R. G Bedle of West Palm Beach, mixed dusts made accordingto
.' Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sunderland formulas prepared for us by the
Mr Bern P. M. Meyers L. F Chipman Chemical Company,"
. Carr, I. A. Osborn, A. W. said Mr. Hector.
::1} all of Miami, J. W. MOrri1On'1, "Their trained entomologist has
." : O'Neal, Gale Pike. all I developed these special mixtures
1 River: and C. L. Pike of Hialeah I and Is working in this territory


1 ; \ In Trying Times

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))1 f ; Like These

; r '

you farmers should take advantage of every opportunity rtl

a to beat nature at its own game. f


If In doubt as to the salt conten of your land,

take advantage of our free analytical service, setup

:' solely for your benefit. These tests are a part

t of our Farmer Service and you are cordially Invited -

t to make use of them.

:f And bear this in mind, when buying fertilizer

n.. if your are looking for a product that will insure

'h jour plants more uniform feeding and healthier

II growth, and are interested in crops ojf finer quali,

t ty and larger yield, first consider the. requirements -
? Built to Survive Thrilling Safety Tests J2" *> tua sucniflcwt CM .
of such a product and then investigate { Drive i = Dodge eo s only s tow soda:
America Big Money-Saving Slope than the ca...
f SOILADE. i I'>i" MAsk I' __
Car. ."Beauty Winner" of 1936. DODGE -
Dlvilsl.a of 'la':1I1. (;." .,.u..
for our booklet "MONET FARMING. : for, Dodge Mf qrdpmdablUtyaa4cntcray leads the ISM fashion record-besekbg, 'hkberaty *

everysibers-from so broth-taking It UKHM la provoking who knoir.Mtbnuutiente -tf cD OD UE $64U() '

"Tk beat booing or Dodge ever built: noted saw, MONar.ArsNO DODGE ale
sale...lto..01 fashion(.tborlt..IIIIUIi..IJ'tgn R : ** tCnr.tita,blew UtM.$ .
I* wta LNf.* mil srio N..r Tea.-
Bat Dodge gives yo* mot thu boost?. It gives you !., ...... (**.. web ...lhta >r jit) f r.a 'LM| Amine W
everything yaa aboard_nd 4 s motor cal..a rid. -_. Dof_ .._.0....... w__ soow.e..w..r
thai vlll thrill yore safety-*...l body balanced osr'. TMr6a the.1..i CAey.1..M..... ,_
F. WARNER Representative s.r C-1e N.. Will And H_ ......,. _IVs
.- 7. N
I driving control and above all. DocI, anuinx wows t of r...-,... .

Phone 27 Homestead Fla. HOMESTEAD MOTORS, INC.




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Friday November 15,1935. ___ _______ THE_LEADER ._ENTERPRISE Pare Three ,r

W. R. BIRD MADEMEMBER Informed ot local tsaup thought P.-T. A. to Furnish inatteirot the three hundred oko- I 0Mprnatti reported a membershipof
and dealres. ., dawn la the elementary urtraol waa I m with receipt of 1J4.SO from
Magazines for {School
The tatereuih organization ol : voted to Dr. M. D, Hartman, and the recent drive Of this amount it
OF AUTO automobile dealer throughput the five dollars was ordered paid to $40.U belongs to the national and
United States by Nmilarippoint< Magattnes for the Homestead Mrs J R. Brock to show the I state organizations, she said
menta of key representatives ot High School library will be order- MoctaUona appreciation for her I I
DEALERCOUNCIL the National Activities CounrtJ ed at once by Prinelpel L. B help in giving examination. I
one in each city of 2,000 population Sommera' as the result of action I Mrs E. J. Dy L president reported I HOMESTEAD LODGE NO. M
or more, Is now under way taken by the executive committeeof that. eighteen pupils had,I I. 0. O. P.
+ More Equitable Relations The St. Louis announcementlists the P.-T. A. at a meeting held 1! received eye ,examinations and meets every' Tuesday evening at
With Factories Aim immediate functions of the Tuesday and books for the library I that glasses for ill that needed t 'elwk I. I.O.O.5. Halt N W, 14I
will be purchased from election I them had been secured
of Organization national organization, to be thus j lat a&rHLVlalton
supported by the dealer body In tag day receipts In January : South Dad Welfare Board. welcome
every possible way, as including: Nominal pay of ten cents each I Mrs J. W. English, membership
Announcement wu received for the recent physical exam- I .
The thorough understanding and
here today that national headquarters -
support of developments of dealer I
In St. Louis of the Na-
tional Automobile Dealers Association benefit that may be derived ed distribution and use of the I I urge all citizens interested in the future of
; through national legislation or NJUXA. official used car guide \
hat appointed W. & Bird, I governmental agency without book. In this guide each month Homestead to be present tonight at the city ;
president of Bird Chevrolet Com-
,bureaucratic Interference Is published the current market
pany of Homestead, as member of caucus. 1
the National Activities Council of Support of the N.A.D.A. program -, valuations of used automobilesthat .,
' the association. A letter informing to obtain more equitable dealer take in trade on new I respectfully solicit the support of all citizens

him of the appointment states that provisions in factory-dealer rela- car sales in lieu of cash. I whom I may not be able to see personally.
his name has been recommendedby tionships; participation In trade "Recently manufacturers recognized i
E. C. Williamson of Jacksonville surveys to obtain Indisputable! factual and endorsed the guide: I
ria, member of the board of data to promote better factorydealer as the one medium of determiningthe TOM KIRBY 4 1-
directors of N.A.D.A. for this state, relationship, and an actual current market valuations ,
that It' comes as a recognition of intensive program to promote of used can, as a protectionto Candidate for
your devotion of trade Interests, membership in local, state and the j the dealer and to the public," i
and your constant willingness to national associations,with Increas-1 national headquarters has stated I
4 sacrifice your own personal gain ---
for the advancement of the trade l
' as a whole and that "It Is an
honor both to yourself and to the
other dealers in your trade terri-
tory'As' &&
a member of the National Activities urted eaJel

Council Mr Bird will bringto rr,.
the automobile dealers the activities
and policies of the national
organization reporting to and advising ,

with local dealers occasionally ," .. l ,
on national developments and
I oJ. '-I
thus promoting united action and "
support for major endeavor Also
through him national headquartersstates t S 1! '. .
; it will be kept constantly r i! ,

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Pave Four THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Friday-November 151935.

; THE: LEADER-ENTERPRISE'Avenue of Mangos 100 Miles Long, THE".... by Friday the* Beat at Home Dade* I 100 Years Old, Described to LionsA I !:MRS. I* L, bow.2LRNER IILIII.

Publishing C*. I drive through; -an avenue of I I I wondering when they wen goingto ...,. .Ot1Jll Guest's "It Tike a Heap of Livingto

BEN ARCHER ._. ____.JdJtotEntered : ,' mango 100 mile long and 100 get money to keep the school radar. W'.hM..,. Tkiratafi S-.. .. m.tMMw. Make a House a Home." The &
yean old was among the experiences going I asked him it the government T 5.twart. frUui S-Hl 1**--*I! '.-.w* poor old librarian nearly fainted "a

M second eta** mall I I enjoyed by Mr*. I. L. Bow, I wouldnt help them in this when she realized what' he held yt

matter March I. Hit. at the ptefflfie librarian of th* Homestead municipal good work and he aid, 'No, the A few week a new family In her hinds the knew it would .4
at HotiMsteU. nerlda, under doe not want to educate -
library when she visited government moved from someplace com com day, but she did nut W
the act ef March S, 111*. I I India 10 yean ago and recountedby the untouchable' I told north to a little community way way up know it would come *o soon. You sit

her at Tuesday night's meeUi I him to try to get some help from down south. One day while exploring see, after all nine :year U not a ."
8ira PRICE I'." A YEAR i Ing of the Lion Club of the Red- I the American mission schools there their new neighborhoodthey 1 j long time for a dream to take to ,y

I land District"Many ; and he said, You forget that wean I drlftfed Into the little libraryat I com true! It i* a rocky road but ,n
I I of the fruit sold thereare : not Christian, we are Hin Homestead. liked book her faith never waiver, and
grown in our own country," dus' and liked' to talk book and were SOMETIME Homestead will be .
Long have I remembered them. I she said. "The market were Interesting : Two reading wen given by much interested in. the way our proud of its llbriry 3

Still night, when white-gold atari to me, and I would stand I Mn. S. L. West New members i library 1* managed, or mismanaged And these new friend of our

Looked down upon the river :i' for hours watching the market welcomed were W. E Lewis of (this all depend on your felt the library contagion at once, f,

When slender bamboo watched place." Homestead and Frank W. Walker point of view). Before leaving they "May they live long and prosper4'' *

the silent pool; I I' India, Mr*. Bow said, Is really of Perrine. S. R. Salinger, a I I asked if we would accept some The name i* M-A-R-S-H, Marsh :

And stately eucalyptus tree looked about four countries put together member who recently returned "used" book And when it wa When you meet them you might

upward at the moon. The people In the northern part from Chicago when he underwent :explained most of our book were let them know In some way we,areglad
are as different from the southern treatment at a hospital, was welcomed "used" book and that we had to have them for neighbor
Along the river' bank the tangled people a* the Scandinavian are back. ,
+ never had any appropriation of
wild gripe Vine from the Italians. She told of The floor of the Den which wa had
,money for the purchase of book, The valiant knight rescued
Ore shed silent prayers of gratitude India elite and of its five
c system damaged by water when the front The horrid
her. of
that it wa left to the librarian to peril a death
for rain and sun, for toll religion*-which, the said, the
door blew in during the storm of
I beg, borrow or steal the books, had not frustrated him. And now
md warmth. elder and l people live up to and practice. last week, will be put back In con- and that she had become adept In he held her firmly in his arms, 4

lttoonilowersM .waited golden for the soft The name of Ghandl wa taboo dition, It was announced and the all these way, they were a bit while the color of her golden lock
willow when Mn Bow went to India.
Southwlnd. I secretary was instructed to get a surprised. They said their household faded into perfect harmony with
of the
care* "We warned before
I were we heavier lock for the door to pre- good were on the way and the lun peering through the wooded -
Cabbage palms and oaks, pine landed In Bombay she said "not I vent a recurrence of the damageIn when they arrived they would forest
to mention the word Ghandl
tree end Mattered mangrove or the future give u* some book Well, they She (terrified' : "YouSre not goingto
'the little We
i { Quietly guarded the peacefulness I were Announcement was made that have arrived and Tuesday mom- hold me for ransom"* .1
not to hear
speak of Ghandi
* DC nature I the welfare committee of which Ins they brought us In two boxesof The Knight (glaring ai his
If Av asked I .
were anything about I
f And I, A. B. Slagle I* chairman will meet books. charming captive): "I should say <
him we were to remain silent
Drifting slowly down the stream on at the close of next week' program You know the librarian baa a not I hold no girl for Ransom.
the subject But I hadn been la
Z f Drank In the splendor to consider a Christmas pro- theory' she will somehow get anything Let Ransom get his own women"
Bombay minutes when I
And bowed my head in care and many I gram. the want If she only want -Ex.
t realized that I was holding a
thankfulne It hard enough!

Ixmg ago, yes, long, long ago- I square white envelope In my "Do you recognize this fountainpen For year she has wanted Edgar MD (to patient): "You have hydrophobia
hands. I didn't know where
1 But tonight I remember! I or ?" asked the judge. i Guest's little volume of poems, "It -fatal you know. "
how I got it, but there I holding
.t.ynn Russell the American was "Surely, Your Honor," laid the Take a Heap of Living to Make a Patient: "Give me pencil and
iigleMIV It It was of beautiful stationery defendant"Ah I House a Home". There I Ia so little paper"

I When I got to my room at last _'r. getting some call for poetry, we never feel we Nurse: "Shall I call a lawyer to
and opened it, there not
wa a where! I can purchase a book of poem assist In making your will?"
\ DOGS LIKE MEN: word inside But I found a beautiful -
"That' the same one you have Now, the second book the librarian Patient "Will nothing, I am 'j
sketch of the little brown
What endear a dog to man? i been showing me every day for took out of that gift package of making a list of people I want t

W<-11!, frankly, the primary appeal: man."Ther were about 330 peopleIn _a week, Your Honor'" J I book was a volume of Edgar to bite. -Ex,
t to the itomach. That al 1
our party and when I mentionedthe
fi dog and not *o far removed from I lf
square envelope we found that
'' buman--nature. Being depend-I I everyone of u* had received' one LOR IDAr 4'i1 TI 6 IE 1 4 1N.a
0 ent on man for food a'
of them, and not a one of us could
wither In the tropic or Arctic'' tell just when and how we got It
an, lent Peking or Park Avenuo, didn't
Well we remain entirely
a dOlt naturally attaches himself silent on the subject of the little .
to the) hand that feed him. But' brown man.
} i i
that is not the whole story Them I "Th Untouchable are called the

{ .i,u r may be poor and the cup- lowest caste In India. At the time

bo. id may be at bar M old Moth-i' I was there there were, over a

ei liubbard, but the fire of de- I million people In Bombay and of

\ Mwn t m the dug, once aflame: that number there were 20,000

will glow Hke a bright and steady who were untouchable I went

Unlit He doe not seek a new I. out Into the street and watchedthem

m.inter when adversity and poverty They are born on the street, 7 if

strike the old. Alone among live on the street and die on the
animals of the earth, he ha *e- street At night streets an roped

lee fed man a* his muter and I off and they sleep then. They do
fi M'nrt.-Ds\ Id E. Buckingham" not own home and they have never -
( )J"ullin.I't"erlan., Byrd 1928 been In a house In their whole situ/ '

{ !;\[ll'dtUon. I live*.

Y "I wa told that In the rainy sea-

i t' think that I ihaft never *ee I son there were many more than

A poem clever a* a fleaA : I saw who wander in the hill until

flea who burrow day and night i the rainy mason aqd then come

A\oldin, Bowser scratch and In and are cared for by the city-

bits; Ion I the street, the only home they t f

A flea that clinch with Its feet I know
And chews off hunk of tender "I went out to the Cave of Elephant : -

meat; I *. When you go Into these

i { A five w$ may ia season hatch I cave Jill very dark and you don't

A batch of gg *fl Bowser patch| see anything, but soon a statue appears -
Upon whose head with every before you and then soon ROrMNMAM1 '

breath, .. you see many statues until you
There hangs the chance of Instant I are entirely surrounded by them.
death;' When you go up on the mountains.some ,

r >i tin are made by fool like meT -: of the native will can '

.,kis more than fool .to> catch a,you or If you prefei thcwu> d f fr
flea ..En. carry those little -carriage and

you ride In them, but t prere>m.d =+
to walk.
HOME NURSING l "I met a Hindu while there and R '
The thought of disease strikes he talked of his people He anda

{ tt 1 11 1 'I" Into every mother' heart, I friend have organized a school
i I"?,i the mention of contagious di*- They take the young boys of them

{ 0'"">. brings additional fear Must untouchable (they do not take the MAX

tll<' held be taken to> the hospital" I girls, women or men. but just the

\\ i ill I I his presence in the house en- boys) who have ne\er lived in lfjtPN

d.n ger the health of the other house and educate them and give AMMO 'S bOMEWWlALE.
members of the family'' If the I them a trade At the time I visit C jVNIVSIlSITY'

family Income I* email, can the ed there, ltpn had 300 of them .
mother herself take care of the training them to rend and to write t 1 SNAd29 0, nOR/DA ATIILSTJ:
patient I and teaching them a trade. Both i I 1 I WAS ewe or 7ACAZw4fLV .

Though It I* true that every', the man and his friend wen of one I TAXiN NIAAL CVfA TO MAJfS'JUf SOUTH fa*

communicable disease I la potentially of the highest fcastej: (In the countryBut M/AMID r.ACN 01" AIL S'J./G/81.

a dangerous one with early detection I they had been ostracized from .? .. f0OTBALL 4QS/
isolation and careful nursLing I their own cajte, end, it thl* time.

many case may quite lately needed money badly to run their I' The gigantic WHALE SHARK captured the near Long Key In 1921. The species I II absolutely

be nursed In the home. I, schools. They wen educating Gulf stream early la till by Copt Tommy.GIf-: harmless to nan.Th .
these boy of the street life to live
The paUent" room should be I ford of the cruiser Lady Grace, I* the largest of outstanding ability of MAX GOLDSTEIN
I be that
a real life and men an
Isolated, It possible and should be It measured II ft. 3 Inches and
an fl.ibl was allover
worth while But here they were a* a football player received wide recognition
A set of dishes
sparsely estimated. to weigh 4,000 pounds. Only three the South during hit playing day at the
aside for his
should be put use
specimens ef this Ash had been previously record University: ef Florida. T* him fO.e11.* iliflav
They should be washed in his bathroom transferred to the patient' dishes.
ed from the coast ef Florida. The lint was taken
ties ef malting "An-Southera" for three eoaseca-
and never be returned to the i Whenever the leave the patient'sroom
kitchen to be mixed with the regular the mother should be extremely In 1102. Th second was taken by Capt Chas. live yearn 1913-14-25. While also a capable athlete -

house dishes. Food prepared, careful to acquire surgical H Thompeoa la the vicinity ef Knight Key off la ether branch ef sport ColdsUln WM

In the kitchen may be brought to cleanliness so that she will not Miami, June 1, 112. It".. Sg feet long witha above all a student of unusual merit and oalatalaed .

the door of the patient' room mcovrredr carry any germ*.-Florida State girth ef IS feet end aa estimated weight ef a very high ccboUstl record whit at thet

'ewatotn ,tM thenrj'.... '.. ttIII,,. .':P'1:.... Lea 40"W Tbs apadmad was,0"Ou d teaiteoedtyi --

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r Friday, November 15,1935. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Paw FiveHomestead

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tug be put the word on a smaller camping trips also are twang

turkey and this will be placed Inside Homestead F. F. A. NewsBy planned now that Hw weather permit

the covers. We hope the best *. t
II High School News Tommy Moffett I
speller wins They have attra Wave Hortoa,, MMQT Jo Ctoae
live design representing Thanks h', >.MI.JM 1 t. Mill awl..I..Nfwa I 1 Ath* y ,toinpi Vara When?, Marv

By JUEOLA LITTLE giving displayed on the wall of the Tbsj Homestead ahaater of Fu- Prague Rutland a 4Btul.era BIK-

_...__..."._"......."... .;.. ........ ......:...."_:.. ........_ mortis TJyi, .... artca *(|ttnk ,tIIt4!( FarMNws eC Amerk>a I* sponsoring gees hiked out W KiY n.>'* corner
Pilgrim booklets. The class has a Sunday afternoon musical last Saturday. MorAilhui. and
A committee was elected' las The girls' physlcial education lost Margaret Reep, who with her tea next Sunday. They are hoping Eusabeth Mtllwaln went with
Tuesday by the senior class to set classes are going to start playing family moved to North Carolina.. that this wilt &ml b amusement them.

t lect the class rings. The committee horseshoe fee the f'OpJe"of the community -
consisted of Theodore Franklin Mia Kathryn Thriven Elisabeth
Sunday rnoon because -
I John Fredrick, Miss William' class ha I new ': ( Skill. Geraldine Reds and Anna j
Dorothy Oedcn The boy of the high school have of the jk'M amusement
and Virginia Hodge The senior all been weighed and measured to pupil, Billy Martin, who has lately th en. aod Mary Moon went on a bicycle:
moved here from Tallapoosa Ga. hike
English classes are now studyingthe find the underweight boys and / It Saturday.
It I II successful;there will
I Mn Skill paaaed the Rose and
"Period of Transition", which try to get them up to normal.
The pupil of Mill Jackson' probably be,; otjM>R, jflogram of Royal Palm patrol on their trail
1* between Chaucer' and Shake.peare' .- The boy's health class will be kind tote; I t
i thja at sponsored
time. taught basketball rules next week. room are divided Into three groupsaccording signs
: I They will start a project on mental to their work. The by different organisations.This Lucille West la to be the next 1
was the biggest' result of the
hostess. Elisabeth Mcllwaln was
The Junior class welcomes Marie nutrition also. group name are Bed Bird, Blue .
I meeting Wednesday night hostess this week.
Feicht from Greenford, O. The The boys will suit playing basketball Bird, and Woodpecker The pictures -
girls competed with the boy In volley ball and horseshoe of these birds are hangingon One of the main purpose of

1 the P.-T. A. drive and the girls! pitching soon. The football sea the wall. the Homestead chapter I* to help STUDY OFFENSIVE FLAYS
The class community In every way possible Offensive play being taught
won. won $1 for getting son will end Thanksgiving The are
100%: The boy are to give the best punter passer and receiver The children In Mrs. Edward's and make it a better placeIn Homestead High School basketball
[ which to live. The
Ctrl a party. I and center will be selected then. room are making a language book boy are aspirants this week by Conch
' i using "Courtesy" a* the subject all working steadily at Improvingthe Theo. J. Bleier, and a number of

.Wtl Verse about politeness, cheerful- clubhouse grounds to make boy have shown up well In prac
Mr. Moomaw's class I* hoping i The eighth grade welcomes a the clubhouse a better one. !
to have its first party tonight Ed new member, Laura Mae Feicht. I ness etc, are learned and then tice.A
., Pacettf' aide Is giving Mosely written in the note book Theyare practice game with the faculty
Sever' side an unknown party then Illustrated with picture In order that the people of will be played Nov. 83 in the gem
J The seventh grade wishes to express Redland District better un-1
All will meet at the school house that the children bring. may
. Its deepest sympathy for derstand what the Future LEGAL NOTICESRtlxirt
1 at 7 o'clock and will be given a Alice Smith. of America organisation is Farmers,
wonderful surprise The class is The elementary boys' physical ,.
\ is run. Its and its value, a.p!A .f Hl10el Cerra ARM.
sorry to hear that It la'losing two education schedule la as follows: put pose lelllwrl I.Maul. asklMb'1 In a..wr.MnN
of its member. Shirley Keitt and The sixth grade ha begun to Miss Ray's and Mr Sheffield': this I I Is the first chapter of such "IIi. Nobs". ',itI I' a It", .... 8ala-

'1J, Ethal Mae Peterson. make Thanksgiving borders for boys, from 2:13 to 2:25: and Mra.Dlrd' I an explanation: j A. ssf. lot Nnvrtnlwr, H. .+1.,l>d the wall of the room. CHAPTER r 1i .11h '1'h, 1 'Net NN.Iwl lt.rk ,
". Mr*. Webb's and Mrs i aloft" :: .
The Future of AmerIca .R M .. .. twmr.t...I, t1 / t r'hnrl.
;The biology classes are to have Wynn's boys from 2:39 to 3. I II Farmers Narks 1110'41' ".I, rat 'Ii... "" DWI" t 1 1NtlN
k is .
Mr*. Webb' room ha four new The captains are Ben Junior, a national organization of, r a
their Insect collections in this .
fiction book, which are to be put Harry Williams, Bert Sohuler and 1 farm boys taking vocational agriculture KindN.tnCN.l Hul.l..r Iou."" ".ltl..,' .". r 'h. ,.,

week in the room library. Theodore Orfanedes of the first I In the high schools oil! It.nk 1\ ,,.1.., t.,.., "I..
America The first IN ahl.h "1w "" ""'0""
: class. The captains for the nextclass chapter was U... II .tNlalotl with am un'' bank .N
'Mr*. Field's class regrets the loss Last Tuesday the sixth grade I are Kenneth Glenn, D L. organized In the state of Virginia\ ...._ ..r raatral tOwn.
ot Sidney Kendrick and welcomes and was called the F. F V:s. It W.:" ofrtmirtal the tnt.I wtatan.ltnvabwa ,,
room had an Armistice Day program Bowen, Fred Sklner and FrancisShiner TIe it NuU.nal Wnk .r
' Evelyn Feicht from Greenford O. during the home I later spread to several districts of .:: ...
", room peri- I
wild Sank
i r.tami t
Virginia, then to several other
,a od. It discussed the World War Btak of irillilxl bank ....
., iMr. Lucas home room welcomes and different [ southern states. There are nowchaplel'll .4 tw .uira* roe *.1!_ air"".0* ,.
I events leading up The champions[ of each class are think .h.. .,...... as tLew.
in all states of the United
:Wilbur Lee from Fort Lauderdale.
to the signing of the Declaration to iriltoMl bank NMHurrowlns
I to play against each other to see (
of State and In Hawaii and Porto r"*.. .lrIIl.... tank, N.rtstark
Independence. The sixth grade which team will win the diamond
All of Mill Hayden' I Rico. (Chapter II next week.) n( affiliate mbUfxlhi
English 'has lost two pupils, William and ball championship for the gram yaw..f bank .. kHrattla .
classes to start literature k. nosed br tank M.Mrtly .
, are on Franklin
Barn, who have
movedto mar school. This will take threeor NNrNMNNNNNNr.MNINMINNrrrMMNNNr.MGIRL or ,liHlltwtllP, MUM
i this week. The seventh grade South Miami and will attend four weeks. Chas oblkrall, .M ...
:r will begin reading "The Courtshipof school there. The class welcomesto I SCOUT NEWS .. be hold! by' .111110 Mom

Miles Standish". The eighth Its midst Dolly Carter from Eau By Mary Arthur, ScribeaNNNNa.Na.NNNN.WNNaaraNN"NMNN.NNM I. Altos A. pay"! 11__I of Alvin A.rage. .
grade ha* "Evangeline" and the Gallie ria., Nora Jane HefTner i The girl of the fifth and sixth I lno.. tie .d.a.alr" sw.r Mat. iUM
grades had a 50-yard dash race hmr. IUMMIII ki trait to UM Met 'd
ninth grade has "Ulysses and the
from North Carolina and Yvonne l.newldso. .u 1,11,1.ALVIN ,
Phoenicians". The classes are I which was won by: Betty Ray of Mrs. Frank Skill held the week A. PAYNL P.wld..LSwum .
)Pollard from Sweetwater
going to make booklets to Illustrate Tenn. Mrs. Bird' rooiri, MarJorie Con- ly meeting of the Girl Scouts at to NaMnUi"end ...oIoonthaol. .brrnsa Iw this

these. 'I nor of Mrs. Wynn's room and her home Tuesday,Nov. 13. We are Slk aspr TURNIH IMMAUbK Notary I'uhll'

I The children of the fourth grade Mary Louise Pierce of Mrs. Webb' planning to go on a swimming party If.....> Public. SUM of rtorkta >t I."...

The Latin clasa'is. going to start welcome to their class Catherine I 1I'Op/ Thuri Nov. 11 Hiking and. Mr lNa..r1.5 s..w.J..b..aplrw...., rub. 4. IMI
the subjunctive''mood." Dixon from Lake City, Fla, and

, ........... -. Helen.! l'e1cht.trom Greenford, 0.
The class lost a pupil!, Henry Barra,
The girls of the home economic
who has moved to South Miami I
classeure to have one more weekto
,1 k This class 1 S. milking health bobk-
complete their because
garments -
lets which will
contain health [information
they missed last week. They

s will then start cooking Illustrate the and.different pictures points.that will. I The Fertilizer That

Last Tuesday Dr. W. W. Willian
1 Miss Ray's had in
gave a talk on "Obedience" In as- room a play
sembly. assembly Thursday The name of

this play was 'Building Our

" Thursday\ and. Friday will start TeeUt" I ". MOLDSWhen
f another character building class

for this junior[, and senior group The children of Miss Dora '
room are having I spelling y"I'

Report cards will come out one contest They are each trying {

week from next Wednesday have the fattest turkey before

: Thanksgiving[ The cover of the I Put in the Soil
The sanitation; ; slaw Is now booklets are turkey made from

studying foods, the kind, value and brown att paper. Each time the

use. pupil make an "A" in hit spell-I I

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Redland Brand Fertilizers contain materials that

Attention I the plant needs. The materials that go in our mixtures

Tomato GrowersJust I carry all of the 21 elements necessary for normal plant

growth plus the bacteria necessary to make the plant

received new shipment BRED- food available. Notice the crops where Redland Brand

RITE Tomato seed of high germination. Fertilizers are used. '


Bred-Rite Grothen Globe '"

Bred-Rite Marglobe ; J Florida East Coast FertilizerCo.


Glovel- ) I Redland Brand Fertilizer

Plant DREP-RITE seed, the standard of quality

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1" Jure Sir ______ THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Fridav November 15.198&-:... -"

bonds are ..obtainable, provided It BOYS OF II TO M INVITED*'
Mark Wilcox Speaks .
DAM SERVICESCHEDULED CITY CAN CARRY is not In default in the payment Boys from thirteen to III r
To Improvement Assn. of principal or Interest. And the yean of age who do not aty
city should have the right of redemption Sunday scliool are
(Continued From Page One) of any of said bond n:1: of that age to join their
Tom Torbert and Mrs Waldln. any time, provided the city is school class at the Ho
,, Congressman J. Mark Wilcox. OF BONDED DEBTContinued then In default in the payment of I Methodist Church Those
guest speaker on the Improvement principal or interest Further, the I attend regularly: will be taken i ia
I Association program Monday city should have the right to levy fishing trip. '
Ministers' Wives Meeting{ night, was Interviewed afterward ( From Page One) a sum which will impose a tax
by u committee appointed at the be $11.889 annually. We suggest greater than Is necessary to retire :=4tJf.;
i Too, Vote to Hold I preceding meeting to ask the U. that $29,327 annually is probably I the principal and interest due
W.C.T.U. ContestA S. lighhouse servlecto; place lights available and within reach for I for which such taxes are Imposed GROVE
at the entrance off South Dade payment of interest and principal I and that the city may accept bonds
sunrise Thanksgiving service I canal In Biscayne Bay. Mr. Wit Taking the annual Interest from I in payment of such excels THEATRE ,.
will be held In the Silver Palm cox advised the committee as to this sum leaves 14.438 to be paid "The city should reserve the COCONUT GROVE .
Community Church, and a 10 I' what data to gather and said that annually on the unpaid principal I right to use such collections oftaxes Shows 7 and 9 Admission
o'clock service, In the FIr.tBaptllt I' he would give all assistance within now past due as It may deem Matinee Sat. and Son, M 1St*
Church In Homestead, his power. "We believe the said $28,327 I advisable and to make such compromises -I 1".Po...
eight pastors of the district decided In his address Mr. Wilcox said may be available from this possible I for the payment thereof!I I \'
at a meeting of the Redland r that catch phrases such as "Pre- budget for the fiscal year 1935 and I I as it may deem advisable to Induce -! SATURDAY ONLY
District Ministerial Association at serve the Constitution" and "Stop 1936.: the payment of past due taxes
r the home of the Rev. and Mrs. M. Government Interference In Busi Receipts and thereby to get all property Buck Jones r
4 A. Soper In Redland Tuesday. ness" are being used by paid political Light and water plant, owner to keep their taxes paid. In
Evening: services will be held In propagandists in an effortto net Income _'''_ .._. _.$20,000.00 "W* find that In 1133 less than "THE THROWBACK"
the Goulds Baptist Church and shake the confidence of the 90% of 40 mills levied on 50% of the taxes assessed were Beginning New.
} 1 the Princeton Church of the Naz- country in the present administration. $1,100,000 of property 22,000.00Licenses paid and those word paid at 30 Serial!

arene. No attempt Is being madeto ._.... _..._._._._.. 3.000.00Flnll cent on the dollar, so that the actual "THE GREAT AIR MYSTERY"i
The pastors planned for an exchange overthrow the constitution and ....._ ._._..-....._....- 1,80000 cash outlay by taxpayers was
} s of pulpits on Dec. 8 when tt It were, he pointed out, no I Sanitary Department ._. 200.00 less than 15% of the taxes assess SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY r'
the four hundredth anniversary change could be made until It had ed. We feel sure that the proposal .
i : of the printing of the Bible will be been approved by a twothirdsvote I Total ...._" U ..._...__$4 ,70000 above 1* all the taxpayers can Claudette ColbertIn ..
celebrated. They planned also of congress and ratified by I Expenses stand. :'.11"
for a survey of the Sunday school three-fourth of the states General administration "We hall be glad to hear criticisms '
attendance of children In the Red- A* to the cry ef "Stop Govern- salaries ._..._...._.1S.S7300 of our plan or a better plan "She Married Tier.:
land District,, and went on record ment Interference In Business", I General supplies .. ...__.. 5000.00 and to co-operate further with : ;
as being desirous of backing the the congressman .said "a hit dog you" Boss"ITAR ,
Ion mayor of Homestead In a fight I howls." "Some businesses," he Total _.... ........_ _.._$$20,373 The report I* signed by Cha *
against the sale of I "The payment of $14,438 per annum SMASH HIT .
liquor on Sunday said, "haven't Viy business beingIn T. Harper a* chairman of the
business." He said the biggest on the principal will cause committee. Other member of She was a Useless bride and dU ,
Wives members of the association howl go up from the businesses the last maturities to fall due about the committee are: George McCaikill she de something stoat Itt p r
who were guests of Mrs whose stocks can't stand the scrutiny 44 years from now. Of course, Joe L. Burton, Albert
Soper while the association was of the government inspection the annual payments of principalwill H. Hinman, O. I. Gault E. L. Law- THURSDAY-FRIDAY '110 ,
In session, voted to conduct a W. which a recent federal law required reduce the annual Interest so rence, J. W. English and Tom Har- William Powell i iT.\
S C. T. U. recitation contest in each they undergo before they that some money will be available ris. '
church of the district. From five can be offered to the public. for purchasing or redeeming bonds Ginger Rogers i <
r to boys and before maturity so that we may I.
seven girls of junior
"We have forced off the market Young Senator: "When anybody 'I
t high school age they decided, wUl millions and hundred of millions reasonably expect that the last of comes around talking about some I STAR OF MIDNIGHT ;. .
In each the debt will be paid in about 31
{ compete church and the of dollar In bogus stocks," new theory, you always IndorseIt. Also Tom Howard Comedy e
winners will compete at a meeting -I years. The refunding law permits ." :i
said Mr. Wilcox. ;
which will be maturities to be made overa
held In the Neva
Senator"Yes I'd rather
: ,
King School Another catch phrase lampooned period of 60 In-I
Cooper sudltorlum years. dorse it than have it explained PAYA
by the speaker was: "Extravagance WANT ADS
A medal wil be given to the win I -We believe the resolution authorizing ." Pathfinder. :
me -
In Government Must Cease
ner. The plan was suggested by the refunding bonds should
Mrs. Soper who Is a member of "We have spent lots of money," provide that the city any ,
the Redland W. C. T. IT. that has hi said, "but it has been money I time purchase or redeem any EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING
r already started this work. spent in the most righteous cause bonds, and In the case of a purchase ,
i A pot luck luncheon was served. In hl.toryn effort to relieve to buy at whatever the '
t The entire meeting was such a suffering humanity. It 1* too much r;
success that a similar session was money-every dollar of it 1* too written out with low interest bearing M. D. ;JACOMEN Prop. II">">>.

decided on for next month. It will much for we should never have bonds. 10 N. KI-MM Avenue These llt-4 I : ,'.
} be allowed ourselves to In the
held Dec. 10 at the Methodist get All this growling la an encouraging -
parsonage In Homertetd. position where 11,000,000 of our
l sign When a man Is
Present were: the Rev. and Mrs. population were actually aboutto sick he wants more of the medi-
A. A. Koestllne the Rev. and Mrs starve to death." "
clne that I ta being given in an effort -
Ceo. E Deuel, the Rev. and Mrs. Mr. Wilcox said that the total of to cure him. When he begins :
C. N. Walker, the Rev. and Mrs. 14 billion dollars appropriated for to get well he start worrying The Human Element Back :
C A. Condon the Rev. and Mrs. relief, past and future, comparedwith about the doctor's bilL In 1832 1
C. C Hansberger, the Rev and Mrs 22 billion dollars which the and 1933 this nation was mighty of Your 1
L. G. Evans, the Rev. H. Q. Cow- Telephone
United States borrowed to spendor sick and was asking for more med- 1
an and Mr. and Mrs Soper. lose In loans to other nations icine. We still have millions out .11"
-- for the World War, when the coun- of work, but we are beginning to ,%
Coleman Gives Talk try was not as rich as it I Ia today. get better and we're starting to :
To Local Rotary Club "That did not even strain the worry. Our savings bank deposits -
credit of this nation," he said. "If are $000,000,000 greater. The But for the human spent mainly foe 1'\
\ Sheriff D. C Coleman of Miami I we could spend that much to tear automobile business is three times element back :: the necessities ol .N. .
; speaking by invitation to the down and destroy mankind what it was in 1932." of your telephone, at life, in the com
I Homestead Rotary Club Wednesday ought not to gag at the lower WI'' Mrs. Given Victor and Mrs. the million. of dol munitieawherether.1 I, :
I repeated an address on law for rehabilitation of our Keith Foulk sang two duet selections lars worth of tele ra i
work and live.This :
enforcement he delivered some people-especially when eight i with piano accompaniment r.
i weeks ago before the Redland lion dollar of this debt has been by Mrs Joe Elder, phone equipment regular expend*' r
in the State would
ture of aid
District Improvement Associa money
- - P - - - - A be only so much Inactive materially in the support of .

tion.To promote better law enforcement machinery. merchant and other business .
Mr. Coleman advocates removal It is the army of telephone institution throughout the '.l'
of state frontier restrictions workers who give life to the State.. "11\04\ .
to permit a law enforcement vast network of wires, switchboards Becausetheir life work inthd t
officer to go after a criminal k and other equipment, telephone business service to .C:

with uninterruped dispatch and 4 51 making of it one of the State'* the public, it is natural fOil I [
the adoption of a civil service -
most used and useful instruments telephone people to be interested '
system for all officers of the sher
iff's department except the sheriff lj of modern business and and active in civic, church !
octal life. .
himself.In and other organisation which ,
the absence of President H. These workers are selected work for the upbuilding and :

& Wolfe, Vice-president J. R. uiftat it to with extreme cure M to their betterment of the commuaities) ;r
Brooks presided.WHENirSAN. fitness for the Job and the majority in which they live. 1.
Florida Growers of them have had yean The telephone industry It I

of experience and training In one of the State's largest and! .!tf ,

Fertillsora that are "Chemically Con- their respective line of work. most necessary institutions,but J"
boiled" are, like cut that are "customi They are loyal folks all atriYIII value is not measured alono ;
1 built"-they are* mad to suit Individual ing for the same end-that you In money. Of equal importance ,
I requirements."Cure-alls"and"General" hall continue to get the beet to the investment in land ,: .;
Fertilisers can't possibly suit all toil so and most dependable service building and equipment,. .I '
we make each Gall Brand lor a specific e possible. at tbeloweat cost con these loyal people whose live '
purpoeo. Which means that you get correct "tent with the &..nancial..retr.are dedicated to a necessary ,,I a "

proportions of all the plant foods pf the business. public{ oft-vice, which throe-fl 1 r
demanded by your farm or grove. Why Collectively they and their year of perseverance and C I

not give your lanD or grove Gull "Chem families form a very large lor, they have developed M
ically Controlled" Fertilisers this year. group of substantial citisen. the present high standard of
You'll find them la the long who :
cheaper run. contribute in
many way and dependability. I
to the welfare and support of fieae folk\ art the Telephony
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November 151935. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE PUP Seven

former W. D. Horne house on N. and Mrs W. P. Cask of the Red- Blood Poisoning Causes
E. Twelfth street to the house
I In land association
Downer Palms formerly occupied I Death of E. P. Richter I 1 s

In and Around by Mr. and Mr*. A. C. Deputy. Miss Ruth Fitzpatrick of Miami :
visited tan Friday till Mondayat Stood poisoning from a pimple '
Mr. and M.... J. H. ScaMlli. Jt the home at hat uncle and aunt, on Ml Obi MM.. the death in I'I
P. Breaker and his elite?. Mist Mr. and Mn. A. J. Campbell. Annette Cairo Oh, Tuesday night of E: P.
HomesteadS Elizabeth Brooker returned to Campbell aped the wtafc Btahter, father of Mr*. J. P. Reynolds 1
their homes In Redland Tuesday end at the home of her uncle and I and brother of Mn C. M.
night of last week. Mill Brooker aunt Mr. and Mn J. F. n_"- Barrow of Homestead Mr. and
had been spending the past four rick, in Miami. I I Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs Barrow and : '

McClanahan of Bowling Flagler avenue. Mrs Loins Broer month visiting her sitters, Mr*. .. .M ,1 Mn. Barrow's son, Ansel left for I '
Green, Fla., and Homestead who!of East Palatka, a daughter of Mr. Agnes Schuck In Brooklyn, and FLORIDA CITY I| Cairo Tuesday morning after receipt
has been in the Jackson Memorial and Mrs W. R. Cheshire, will leave I Mn. Otto Roux in Jackson!I ..... W. W. I' of a telegram advising that ,
Berery, rMrrmpoodrntMr. death and
for Height, New York City. The I was near they are expected I
from her home
I hospital performed recovering three week an operation today. Scanelll and Mr. Brooker left for ...................................-.-......-....... back the latter part of this

, wa brought to his home here Sunday ago- The Rev. and Mn John Porte Brooklyn together several weeks and Mrs. 'Joe Dignan and week. The funeral was held Wed-
Mn. McClanahan accompanied have returned to their winter homeon ago the Scanellis to visit Mr. Scan.elli's son Phil, of Joliet III,.spent Nov.I nesday afternoon. f
mother there and Mr. Brook'' 1 Mn. Richter arrived here Thursday -
with Mn.
him. Mr. McClanahan' two Sylvia Terrace in Redland after Dignan' aunt, Mrs.Lucy i
daughters Mrs. Clyde Shade ot a summer in New Jersey. er to visit with his listen.Mr Hole and her cousins Mr. of last week to visit with her I .
Ottawa, Kan., and Mrs. Edw. and Mn. Harold Sheffield. Mr. and I daughter, but left Monday when ,
Keith of Manhattan, Kan., who *. Annie Little Barry left Mn. Dignan were spending a advised by wire that Mr Richter \ '
Mr. and Mrs. A. F.
had come to Miami when they I Arthur and Thursday of last week for her week in Miami. was ill. Mr. Richter, who wa
family have moved from S. W. 1 52 old, visited here about 3 9
home In yean
wen notified ot his illness, returned Berkeley, CaL. after an
to their homes Tuesday. First street to their new home on extended visit in Redland with two yean ago. :
Avocado drive and Redland road., i Air. and )In. Boyd Cohemour 1 i'
her nephew Ceo. L. Swan, and 'entertained the W. W. F. C. class Besides his wife Mr. Richter
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Br.nden-I Mn. Swan. She wa accompanied of the Community Church Sunday leaves two sons, E. P., Jr}of Dun-
burg and their son Arthur. who Mr and Mn. O. Donaldson announce by Mr. Swan as far a* Santa Fe, 'School Friday evening at their ellon Fla., and Horace of Cairo;
arrived Wednesday from Gay the birth of a seven-pound New Mexico, where he will spend home on Seventh street Sand- one daughter, Mrs. Reynolds; five '
to spend the winter are lIvln,Oa"l daughter, Theresa Levonne, on several week on business.Mr. wiches and punch were served sisters, Mrs. M. A. Perkins and .:(,
the Fleita house on N. W. Fifth I Nov. 11 at the Post Graduate hospital after the business meeting. Those Mrs. C. W. Harper, of Cairo Mrs.: (I
street Mr. Brandenburg' brother and Mn. E. L. Sharp former present were: Mr. and M... Clyde W H. Cook of Thomasvllle: Mrs. ti
and sister-in-law Mr. and. Mrs.Roger resident of Redland, returned Neill, Mn. Johnny Becker Mrs.B. J. H. Donaldson of Stuart Fla., and '
Brandenburg, also of Gay Mr. and Mrs. Newton Merrill from a summer' stay in Chicago Barfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mrs Barrow; and two grandchil :( .
who arrived Saturday are living are moving this week from Home- and visited several day with Mr. Doxsee, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence dren. \ '
ia the former Musselwhlte house stead to Winter Haven,where they and Mn. A. O. Raab before going Walkup Mn. J. Miller, Mrs. Roy ; 01,
the Ingraham highway. have purchased a home. to their home In Miami. Neill Mr. and Mrs. Burley Dendy, Jacksonville have arrived to spend (.
T 1.- of Homestead Miss Marlon Rob- the winter.
i Mr and Mrs. Henry Carter and Mr*. W E. Rhtney and Mr. and Mn. A. J. Campbell ertson, Miss Ingeborg Mattaon fi
Mrs. E. H. Hiner went to West spent Sunday in Hollywood with Miss Alice Macomber, Mill Eunice
Mr. Carter' son-in-law and The Rev. W. M. Bates, district
Palm Beach Friday to get Mrl.Rheney' Mrs. ,
Campbell's brother-in-law Walkup, Miss Velma Hancock.
daughter, Mr. and Mn. J. F. Mc- elder of the Free Methodist! I'
Kimmey, entertained Sunday Mr.Carter' sister, Mn. Lawson I and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E P. Jack Freeman,Francis Henry,Les- Church of the Lakeland and Mi \
Shackleford, for a visit She will Wilson. ter
Walkup Harold Delta and
brother and sister-in-law I ami districts Is in Florida City
return this week-end.
Mr. and' Mrs. Frank Carter of Rudolph Mattson. The next for the quarterly meeting.
Mount Vernon, N. Y., who are Mn. W. O. Megg of Miami meeting will be held the second
Miss Mabel Anderson who 1* spent last week in In
Redland Friday December
with at the home
pending the winter In Fort Lauderdale Mn. Ted Walker was taken to
G teaching home economic at Crest- her sister' Mn. of the
Rev. and
Seymour Dane. Mrs. M. A. SoperIn
and their eon and daugh the Kendall hospital Saturday seriously -
Fla. the weekendat
ylew, spent Redland.
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. ill
her home here. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Pitt of Fort
Carter of Rome, Ga.. and two
. grandchildren, Viola and Stuart. Pierce spent the week-end with Fred Brocket and granddaughter Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Look of Coconut -
Mn. Roy Johnson ot St Petersburg Mr. and Mn. R. G. Walser. ', Mollie Brockett, ot North
The brothers had not seen each Grove were Tuesday visitors
spent the week-end with her Haven Conn., arrived In Florida
other for fifteen luri. in Florida City.
) parent, Mr. and Mrs. C H. Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Carter of Eau City Saturday for the winter i
Gallia and their three children
Mine! Lottie and Anna Leadley Mn. Henry Martin and two chil- nave Wayne Rothenbacker arrived
moved to an apartment in Mr. and Mn. O. B. Langham
from the northern ,
will arrive Tuesday to spend the dren arrived Friday from Tampa. the Koon house en N. W. Flnt' and family are moving this week Wednesday the state. partof j.
" scfeson at their winter home toe Mrs. Martin returned to her beauty street. Mr. Carter is a brother of Into the section house formerly
, Redland. They are making the shop in. Tampa Sunday but Mr. Mn. J. W. Conner and a cousin I occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Sam '
their staten Island home Martin will remain and the chil- of J. F. Martin. On Sunday Mn. Woods. i
tfrom by boat dren will attend school here. Eva Sistrunk of Eau: Gallte, a sister LAWRENCEInvites
: ; of Mrs. Conner.and Mr. Carter,' The members of the Community ,
I MIT. Holllster Sage returned I"Me. and'Mr TCe>;d''X1tatd: :: 'visited In Homestead. Church congregation attended the
Tuesday from their summer rived Monday from Freemont, quarterly conference Wednesday s
home in North Woodbury, Ind.. where they spent. the sum- Local P.-T. A. members who evening, instead of the regular ,_ You to :
Conn mer, attended the district P.-T. A. meeting prayer meeting.
held In West Palm Beach yesterday Drive the
Mr. and Mn. W. B. Buckley of E J. Dyal and L. B. Sommen were: Mn. E. J, Dyal!, Mn Mr. and Mrs. Will Rhode re- (
Chicago who are pending the I spent the week-end deep sea fish W. K. Walton, Mn. H. C. Nichols, turned to Miami after a visit of
winter in Miami were guest Wednesday ing. Mn. J. W. English, and L. B. Som- several day with Mr. Rhode
of Mr. and Mn. A. G.I I men of the Homestead association mother, Mrs. E J. Rhode 1936 PLYMOUTHSn
Eaab at their home on Plummer Miss Joan Puffer of Miami Beach I and Mn. C. E. Elchenberger, Mrs.C. .
r: drive. spent the week-end with Miss I H. Pepper, Mrs. Chad Turner Mr. and Mn. Wm. H. Cox of"
Nina DyaL
M. D. Yetter of Redland, for
whom Yetter road was named, is Roy Matthews 1* at his homo
I recovering from minor Injuries here recovering from an attack
received in Miami Friday when 'of pleurisy. See theROLLATOR
his car was wrecked in a collision NORGE
with another car. Mr. Yetter was Mn. T. B. Brooker of Miami arrived -
visiting at the home of Mr and : Monday for a visit with her J
4, Mn. Chas. Foster when the accident 'brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
occurred. He returned Mon- :Mn. Carl Deden. '
. day to the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Brownlow with whom tie Mn. R.L, Sanders of Commerce,
.. I I Oa., who has been visiting her REFRIGERATOR
---- I brother-in-law and sister Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cheshire of :Mn. R. G. Walser, returned home
I'M Palatka left Wednesday this week. u
home after spending LET US SHOW YOU

Mr. Cheshire' parent. tor/1/ Dr. and Mrs. B. E. Gatlln will
Mn W. R. Cheshire on I move! this week-end from the HOW IT IS


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e Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday November 15. 1935.


!t FOR MRS. A. 0. CAINA. The CalendarNov. I DANCE AT GATLI.X HOME:

O. Cain assisted by Mrs. Curtis -
Mist Jane Gatlin and Jack 3at-
Ii I Social Events I IFL Monroe, Mn. Ceo. Sonnlohaen, IS-Meeting of Businessand Uri save a theater party and latera
Mrs. F. M. Fogle and Mn, J. A.
Professional Women's Club a dance for acme of thei* high
Webb surprised Mn. Cain by giving '
at of (.ft BoV
honvf Nrt a7)00p ) fttenda the borne ol theirparent
a birthday dinner and bridge tnll
m. *:Mt Mr B. E.: Gatlin,
party at the Cain home Wednesday
Nov. 15-Ad Astra chapter, O. Friday evening.
night Mrs. Monroe won the high
9 FARMERS INVITE JUNIOR CLUB HELPS score prize and Mr Fogle, the E. S., meeting in I.O.O.F. Hall at Present were: Mill MaroluCauzena

The Homestead Future Farmers The Junior Woman's Club of Mrs Sonnlchaen and Mi's. Webb, IS-Redland P.-T. A. bene- Helen West, Miss Virginia Frlck,
Invite the public to a musical tea Homestead vofed'1'Friday eveningto fit bridge party In Lion Den. Mia Mary Ranson, Mill Jeanette
assisted Mr. Cain chicken
by ,, -
which they will give In their clubhouse give twentip-nv<
on North Krome avenue senior Woman1 CJutt'to; help payoff Other present were: Mrs P. B. Farmer clubhouse at 3 p. m. PrItchard, Whitney Beam Edwin
Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. the mortgage On the clubhouse. Lawrence, Billy Arthur, Canon
t Bird Mn. Joel J. Robinson Mrs
Nov. IS P.-T A. meetIng
t This 1* the tint of a series of Miss Elated Bradfey, second vice- -KeeUapd Malcolm, Pierre McDanlel and Ted
J. J. McLendon Mia Eloise Brad- In school auditorium.Nov. .
musical program they plan to president aurceeded the presidency I Walker.
ley, Miss Miriam Burton and Miss 18 Social meeting of Ju-
have in their clubhouse on Sunday from which Mn. F. E. Dew-
Ruth Painter. noir Woman' Club. !
afternoon. hunt resigned. Miss Alice Hobson -
Nov. 19-Meeting of Woman'
r The program, which has been wa elected second vicepresident MR. AND MRS. WALTON Club of the Redland at 3 p. m.Nov. YOU
and Miss Pearl Whitaker was
J. H. Webster
arranged by Mra. ENTERTAIN COMUS CLUB 21-Comus Club meeting at
will be a> follow; several number elected treasurer to succeed Mid
e Four table of bridge were In E. A. Ames home.
by Mra. R. H. Fltzpatrtck'a orchetr *- Carrie Belle Cave, who had resigned -
play at the Comes Club card par- Nov. 21 Royal Poinciana
Mill Alta Webster, Miss Elizabeth i ty at the home of Mr. and Mn. W. Woodmen' Circle Initiation in L

Skill flu Nina Pearl Buah, Mn. Gwendolyn Moore and K. Walton Thursday of last week. O.O.F. Hall at 8 p. m.

Otha Hackler and Buddy FItzpatrick Mn. Wm. E. John were named Mr*. H P. McDaniel and J. H. Nov. 21-Redland Home Demonstration -
reading by Mrs. Clinton a* a committee to investigate the
; a Webster the high
won score prize Club meeting in Red-
Pepper; a piano solo by Miss Vlr- possibility of establishing a milk I
Present were: Mr. and Mrs. C. land Community Church at '::30.
fund for undernourished ..ehoolchlldl'lln.
Frick vocal solo by Mn.
glnui ; a
J. Par-man Mr and Mn. IL E. Nov. 21 Homestead Home
Given Victor; a clarinet solo by I Schaff, Mr. and Mn. Lee H. Lehman Demonstration Club meeting in
Mia Pearl Whitaker, Mill Inei ORIGIN At RADIDBROADCAST.
Ceo FrIck second reading byDlr.
; a Mr. and Mrs E. H. Hiner, Neva
King Cooper School at 1:30.:
.. violin solo by Dr. Branch and Mill Ellen Huff were
Pepper a
I I Mr. and Mn. Webster, Mr. and Nov. 22-Men' night at the
It S Wolfe, and a vocal solo by appointed a* a committee to plan Mrs. McDaniel, Mn. Elizabeth Woman' Club
I of the Redlands
for dance at the Home-
I IIIIR. a holiday
Mi Harold Keith Foulk. ,
ruche, Mn. E. A. Ames, Buckner
stead Country Club. Nov. 23--Sacred Heart Club
[Beasley and Mr. and Mn. Wal- card party.
Each member will purchase a
.. SIIFPHERD AQA1V' y I scrapbook, the club voted, and ton, I Nov. 29 Garden Club meeting

HEADS GARDEN CI.CB I give It with magazines and clippings I with Mrs C. P. Jackson.

Mi s R. J. Shepherd of Florida to some child In the county NEIGHBORHOOD CLUB MEETSAT Nov. 26 Spaghetti supper in

Cat' ua reelected president of the homo In Kendall for Christmas. BEVO WEBB HOME: Sacred Heart Club room

Suuth Dade burden Cub: at a I I A number of applications for The Neighborhood Club met at I Nov. 27-Redland school carnival LEARN WHAT
the home of Mr. and Mn Bevo
meeting held at the borne of Mra. membership wen received and I and turkey dinner. YOUR PENNIES WILL DO
Webb In Downer Palms
Annie Butler Monday afternoon. ; these will be passed on at the next Tuesday I Dec. 3-W. M. S. meeting in
Mrs L. B. Sommers
night and
Uri M. P. Kenney was made tint meeting, since a prospective mem- Methodist Church. bAYS
I Lee H. Lehman won the high score I Dec. Redland Ladle Aid 2 MORE
vlco-preildent; Mn. H. H. Ewing, ber must attend both a business
second vlce-preildent; and Mra. I session and a social meeting before prize and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Christmas supper and bazaar at FRIDAY and SATURDAY

Wm. Dunlop] secretary and treas- she can be admitted to mem- Rheney, the low. Redland Woman' Club building.
Those present were: Mr. and
urer. bership. Candidates for membership Ice Cream
Mn. Carl Deden,% r. and Mrs. T.
Mrs J, M. Dobbin read an Arm- are: J. Faust, Mr and Mn Sommers,
latlc Day article, and Mn. Shepherd Mn. W, O. Rayburn, Mn. L. B. Mr. and Mrs. Rheney Mr. and FOR MRS. W. D. COKE 11 PINT .. .ISo
gave a short account oil I Ij Danzey, Mn. Theo. J, Bleler, Mrs. Mr*. W. D. Coker was given a
I the life and work of Hugh Findlay, | Herbert Turner, Mrs Edward hostel Mn. Lehman and the host and surprise birthday dinner last Sun i2 PINTS .. ...... .......26c

j professor of landscape architecture | Brooker, Mist Louise Pennlngton day at the home of her ton and ,r

and Mill Deden. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mn.
at Columbia Unlvenlty. He was Dorothy W. M. V. STUDIES LIFE
born In Ayr, Scotland, she said I ,I Mrs. Don Ferreyra, Mill InexBevls OF GREAT MISSIONARYThe Jas. Coker, in South Miami. DIXIEDRUG

and showed his Interest In plants and Miss Mary Bradley will W.M.U. Coven were laid for. Mr. and
of the First Methodist
when at the age of four he made I Ia be in charge of the social meeting Church devoted its November Mr W. D. Coker, Mr. and Mn. Wt iftt. SArt* *

weed garden. He has created which will be held Monday night J. T. Martin, Mn. Ellen Martin
meeting, held in the church
some o( the greatest and grandestas Wednesday, to a study of the lifo Elmer Martin and the host and ?It eWlfjIUiG, STOW
well. some of the smallest and PARTY IS GIVEN: FORMAXINE"GOSSMAN hostes
and work of the missionary, Hen ,
{ loveliest gSfdena In America, she rietta Hall Schuck, presented by
aid. Little Maxine Gossman wa given -
Circle Three under the leadership
Mrs. H. F. Potter told of the rock a birthday party on Nov. 11, of Mn. H. Collier. THERMIQUE

garden and pool at the groundsof the second anniversary of her Mn. S. L. West gave Incident

her summer home In Connecticut. birth by her mother, Mn Skeet from her life and Mr*. W. E. Lewis THE HEATERLE8S METHOD OF PER.U'iENTVA'INO

Mrs. deo. E. Reed read an Cowman of Silver Palm. The gave a talk on the centennial

article "All With My Own Two birthday cake was decorated also in monument that I is to be erectedin Croquignole Spiral Combination-$5 $6 $7
and Ice
pink green. cream
Hands her honor. Mr*. C. I. Gault

Wild flowers were exhibitedand WM served. talked on "One Hundred Yean 80APLJC88: OIL SHAMPOO HAND AND ARM MASSAGE
The small were: Maxine
discuased. and the club votedto Later". Miss Helen West gave a SCALP MA88AQB; FACIAL MASSAGE
Bullard Nina
Walker ,
buy a book on Florida wild Margaret reading, "Do What You Can for I MANICURING FINGER WAVES-any atyl*-tO
and Betty Bullard, Lydia China.."
flowers. Charles Bernecker, Wayne Swan
Mn. S. A. King gave the devo- Pat's Beauty: Parlor
Mn H. C. Reed and Mr. Butler, and Hugo Vihlen. .
tional and Mn. PIckard and Mn.
the hostesses, served refreshment The mother guest Were: Mr Second floor home Iil l*. Phone Ml.B
Julia Polk offered
Twenty-five were present: Mr*. Frank Bemecker, Mn. Oeo. Swan, '" prayer.

Wm Smythe, Mrs. Kenney, Mrs.N. Mrs. Bullard Mn. T. 1. Walker WOODMEN'S CIRCLE WILL

0 Ball, Mn. Ewing, Mn. C. P. and Mn. Edw. Vihlen. INITIATE: ON NOV. tl
Jackson, Mrs. Elberta Bule, Mr*. Royal Poinciana Grove, Wood-
Ora N.IT, Mrs. W. H. Wells, Mrs. O. I:. S. LEADERS ATTEND men' Circle, will hold Initiation

Flora Compton Mn D. W. SheU- ,MEETING IN HIALEAH services in the I. O. O. F. hall WINTER RATES

line, Mn. J. M. Gay, Mn. ArvilU I Mn B. G. Branch, worthy matron Thursday evening at 8 o'clock Instead

Booth Mrs. Dexter Smith, Mr*. Mrs. Geo. W. ,Turner, Jr., of a week later a* had been

Ceo. M. Sonnichaen, Mn. Joel J, I, associate matron, and Mia Estelle 'first planned. j NOW IN EFFECTFor

i Robinson, Mn. Mollie Win late, i Turner, past matron of Ad Astra Mrs. Kate Brown, state, drill

Mn. Wm. Dunlop, Mn. Grace chapter of the O. E. S, and Mrs.C. captain la expected to be here

King. Mn. C. M. Redd, Mr*. Potter N. Henderson, worthy matron, with the Myrtle A. Depew drill vacations, health training or permanent resident von will find

Mn. Geo. Reed, Mrs. Dobbin I and Mn. Mary FenneU, associate I team to assist with the initiatorywork. the Physical Culture Hotel more than ulufMoty delightful and
churning atmosphere of friendliness and good IcUowihip
Mrs. Shepherd and the hoatesse matron of the Naranja chapter, AU local member of the
', attended themeeting of the HI- grove are asked to be present I Tbouunds of health seeks have found the nugk key at this l fastiluuoa -
aleah -chapter Tuesday night for wtwte natural method, as developed by Snatir MufaUw s
NEW CLUB WILL advancement work an sxduuvdp until. No drugs medicines oc operation Results
MEET THIS EVENING secured through nndente exercise diet eliminative processes, 'UII. i
I NEWT G. BALL water, stare sod electric "MM. sun*** and.manipulative __
The newly formed Homestead REMAND P.-T. A. All under the supervision c4 trained with apciu
Business and Professional Worn- MEETS MONDAY Xotery Public

en's Club will meet at 7.30: In the r The Redland P.-T.. A. will hold TOW INSURANCE AND ........ .r ...... ....'04.... -

home of the president, Mr*. L. L. Its November meeting Monday at KntDREU LUTE :.u..l-...eases- '- .. I

Bow, this evening.A I o'clock In Redland Farm Life
committee on a Constitution (* If. B.KMIM At*. A.._........ he see _... :,. I
[School. 11...._ C__ v........ RmsOW
by-law will report at this meet camemat"ru

Ing. '
A : wdatq wk" sea

The monthly business meetingof INEXPENSIVE ENJOYABLE :

the Woman's Club of Home? A letter from you will bring complete Information and Book of I IVn. ,

stead wa held In the clubhouse be pleased to style your .-- obligation. Find out what we have to offer and the may

Tuesday and this wa* followed by 41% Whair to your personality with attractions lo CBunecUoa with a fccsltk coasts vacauoa at longer visit

a social hour. \ one of our permanent wave at Winter rata tie ntnmelr ao.fttt moet es Inexpensive

Those present were Mrs. Or I only f 5 or $,. Or, if it la only at Haying) at home and good time every minx Congaed turnmn .

Neff, MM. N. O. Ball. Mr*. D. W. I waving, facial shampoo manicureor lin t, tnUflunuwntt, enclose, hikes, sports, uocKtIltd food
warm --111I at.. You will\ like this hoMl.Usk .
ShetiUne, Mn. I. A. tnnls, Mrs.Harry hair trim, you will find our

Wolfe. Mr W H. Well price quite reasonable. .'. Please TOUT' plso tot so earl visit to

and Mia Jennie) Lobdea phone foe;id.appointment :


Edward Stiling :Mae Morris Beauty Shoppe Danville, New York

a Real Estate

r General Insurance FLOWERS BUILDING; I M.dM sMs Paper and rest.e JmM Heafa see"

FLORID m,. FLA.Cer. PHONE Mi-W Write TodayPa

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Frid YNov.mberI5.1935. THE LEADER -ENTERPRISE Pure Nine ;;

( Cub Pack to Be Formed Piche Made President FIVE: IN FREE-FOK./ULFive I jt.

The Redland Rattler If For Boys of 10 and 11 Of Townsend Club Here 1 a free-Mf-all negroes fight who engaged fri Home-In I I..taad' t I.

1' Every ten or eleven year old negro quarter this week t
boy In Homestead la invited to T. D. Plche wee elected president .- appeared In court before Mayor 1
By JIMMIE W. HATHAWAY Join the Homestead Cub Pack of Homestead Townsend P. B. Bird Tuesday nightJ. ( \
...' MIlO' ""rnrrww"rwwwww junior scout organisation which Club No. 1 it ttt meeting held Sunday I C. Holt was dismissed John \
The junior clan if certainly going hammer". The book are loaned the Rev. A. A. Koestllne, scoutmaster afternoon In the Neva King Adams apparently the most aggressive
place and doing thing, but I out at a rate of le a day. The i* organizing. Cooper School auditorium to fill was given a sentence of ,
who wouldn't with Mr*. Mcgee "* money received from this source "From the life experience of the vacancy created by the resignation j 17.10 or ten day, In jail; and Ida \\
iponaor Angelina Walsh a* president -1 .is used to buy new books. The Chief Akela of the Webelo Indian the preceding Sunday of Mae Parker Willie O. Parker and :
Roy Campbell at vicepresident library now ha about three hun- tribe who taught his Indian 'to Ernest P. Robert, who pleaded 1 Felix Daniel aU received tines of ;J
Carlotta Ames u dred and fifty book, and Mrs. live and help live', come the Cub pressure of professional duties. IS or five day i" t tt tt
Fisher u reta"1 Rive would like to have Pack I
and Mary about I program, said Mr. Guy T. Whitney wu elected corresponding t
The home room parent hundred more by Christmas llne. secretary to take the ,( ,1
Elchenberger and Mr. Johnson. I "The Cub learn of the Koeet-I pUce of Mr. Plche. Both will I t ;
The junior elected their class high virtue which to to serve until the annual election ] ,
.' ring Tuesday and there 1* small I REDLAND F. F. F. I a member of the Webelo, be held at the tint meeting In I I ; 1I
amount of controversy! as to j By Donald Lair travel from the rank of the Wolf January. Vice-president S. F' I
which ring are the prettier the I I through Bear and Lion to Scout I Matthew presided at the meeting j ,
: Junior or senior. At our regular chapter meeting The 'Arrow of Light' lead the Sunday
I Monday night Nov. 13, we were Cub upward In the direction of The Rev. C. N. Walker, who wu
The senior selected their announcements honored by having a visitor, Gary good cltlsenship. The Inner meaning a delegate to the tint Townsend
Tuesday. From the Lee from a Future Farmer chapter of the tribal name I* SSER- national convention recently held I
large number of designs. patterns, near Pensacola. GORP and YTLAYOL In code. In Chicago, gave e talk on impressions I "
and size to select from four We went on with our regular "Cubbing teaches ten and eleven I gathered by him at the I t
proved to be moat popular with business, the hearing of the report year old boy by living, the great convention. Next Sunday the third '
the clais. However there was no of a committee for having' ideal which are so essential to talk on the convention will be'I
argument or grumbling after the 'our charter changed. We receivedthe true citizenship. It i* a programfor made by Mr. Plcbe. who with Mr. LISTEN TO THERADIO
final decision. The 'seniors also charter which change our II real red-blooded American Walker and Mayor P. B. Bird com- '
ordered their cards. name from the Royal Palm chapter boy It I II full of adventure and posed the delegation from Homestead I'
to the Redland Chapter. The progressive In character building." and Redland Townaend'Clubi. I' -
r boy are enthusiastic An organization meeting will be \ :
very over I i i
Some of the school shrubbery
this change. A committee held In the Methodist Sunday
and trees were whipped by the was Meeting are to be held in the
School building at 6:IS Tuesday
I appointed by the president to
auditorium each Sunday ,
term but otherwise there was school I
I "
make plans for a party to be given evening. I
little or no damage. afternoon at 2:30: o'clock. ,
in the near future. I ; !
On behalf of the Redland District SICK BOY WANDERER PUT II I I
The orchestra U coming along Improvement Association II IN HOSPITAL 2 MORE DAYS t
splendidly. There are some how- Mr H. C. Reely requested that A boy who gave his age a* 14
ever, without Instruments due to some of the member of our chapter I and laid he was Harold Hermer, More Power, More Room, FRIDAY and SATURDAY
a delayed shipment from the fac help with the election of its j son of Mr. and Mr*. Lewis Hermerof
tory. Every Tuesday and Thurs officer, Donald Sickle the president 1935 N. W. 47th terrace Miami More Speed, More SafetyIn Ice Cream t',
day the University of Miami sends appointed: Wilbur Woods, was found wandering on Coconut .
down six student of Its orchestrato George Fletcher, Warren Woods Palm drive west of Tennessee road the 1 PINT ..._ -5e )
give individual music lessons Willl Baxley Alvin Prothero yesterday morning by Charles I t'
to the member of our orchestra. Elmer Hampton and himself to do, Ewlng. In the office of Justice of 1936 PLYMOUTHSee 2 PINTS ... ..26c
i the Peace S. L. Kendrick at Home-

Mr*. Green Rives the librarianand this.When this wa done we adjourned -j I stead he became 111, and after
study hall teacher, recently and went as a body to the I telephonic Instruction from Judge it today at DIXIE DRUG
i W. H. Beckham, judge of the juve-
received a load of twenty-five Redland District Improvement
book for the library. Among the meeting. While there we listenedto I nile court, he wa taken to the -
best are: "Ethone Frone,., "To j and enjoyed Congressman Wil-I Dade County Hospital at Kendall Lawrence Bros.
Let", "Chancery", "Six Years In cox' speech. Also we fulfilledMr. to await arrival of his parent, whowere
the Malay;.. Jungles", and "Clay. IJeely'i request I being sought -

Mw ........." '..,..,-..''''..,...."....,....."...."....
the clubrooms. The admissionprice
SOCIALEVENTS has been reduced for the
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M*. B: E. datlin was hostess to
the Presbyterian Woman' Auxil- Ad Astra chapter of the O E.'S. 7&YeoJ
iary at her home Thursday afternoon will meet in the I. 0. O. F. hall on I
of last week. Mrs. D. P. Blake the first and third Friday night
gave the devotional on "The Holy of each month at 8 p. m. The
Spirit in the Life of Christ". Mr chapter has been meeting In the EYES AREWORTHLESS
J. M. Holferty discussed mission I| Baptist Sunday School building.

work she had observed in Japan, I.: i
China and India in her recent trip

around Other the present woild. were; Mrs J.,I I DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST I

R. Hickson Mrs. A. F. Arthur,
Mrs. H. S. Wolfe, Mr*. Paul Haley So where do we get the idea
Mrs. L. O. Ruggles, Mrs. C. Ben i neededfor
I that the only thing
Plummer, Mr*. R. Y. Burr and Office Hour t a, m. lo t p. m. :
I seeing is a pair of good
Miss Eula Ray.REDLAND I Sunday a to 12 ?
cased Saturdays s"
CLUB TO HAVE II Your eyes work best in the
MEN'S .NIGHT NOV. IIThe'Woman' Free Parking Space I right amount of glareless

land will have. Its Club November of the Red-social ana N. W. mil iT, MIAMI I light. It is just as importantto

meeting or Men's Night, on I PHONE a.alll i supply your eyes with the
Friday night of next week. iI right light as it is to supply
The regular afternoon meeting I 'your body with the proper
will be held on Nov. 19.
I food. The price you pay for

Th'i'Sacrcd: Heart Club will give I READ THE WANT ADSi neglecting your eyes is far
t blneflt bridge party Nov. 22 in I more than the cost of good

-...--....,.......""....-....-...............,..,.............-rnw"wn I lighting. See if the lightingin
your home is safe for see

ing by having it tested with

the Sight Meter. Call our

nearest office for this free

: The Flattering New service. lan"




a sae esa.raavaa weer std Now
__ aoae a aT roue aeNaa I

'M dainty fand.MdI "rlt. You
can't let indestnsctible curls with ordinary
peteturese ww.ew Dui ?oil sat -"rtainl) Call

I us M. d with::gaging genuine New

w. put lasting undulations sad vela la your gum Wes ,
for call a.M silt M
shortest heir) PhoN tAati MrM
foe fllUlalo""UoII. Mbno.4 ..w awaw

Barber Shop J:?

& Beauty Parlor

MISS ULUE B$qW Ojjerator= Z. N. .KRQME AVENUE; M TOM 9Tn uonta Not a wtarFffM roes Nr senna

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'I; _Page Ten THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday November 151935.. I

SERVICE 75 PERCENT Will You Take a Homeless Child SIX TO ACT AS dont months get," retorted me no money Tom, "but Yergwloeter it

I Into Your Home?Asks Marcus Fagg I pay dat money jher and
RESTOREDON CHALLENGERSAT now* daft what yet gwbwtor do.ElI'en .

you don't, yo' know what
Bjr MARCUS "DADDY" FAGG Ah'm gwlnter do? Ah'm gwlneter

F.P. & LINES I I superintendent *f tile Chlldni'i 44 I BIG CAUCUS be burn?" yer old not*. Den v/hai'H you

Home Society of Florida
"Ya you will! Ya you wW!"
Company to Lose Millionas Will you talc: I homeless boy or i I (Continued From Peg One) Sam shouted. "Je' you burn dot

I girl into your home will be taken against possible a- not e' mine, nlggah an Ab'll popa
Result of Storm An urgent appeal la made by the i I tempt by over-enthuslastio supporters I lawsuit onto you!"-Th* Cockle

Officials Say Children a JUomc Society of Flor- at stuffing the ballot box*. ,, Burr.
ida to every reader of this paper -----
Each will cast his
to offer home, love and to "But, Alfred don't
a care you like
Figure from
I gathered sone ballot only. Nobody will be allowed "
of IU hundred girls?
or of I
sections of the storm area .how mora to bring the ballot of his
that mOM than 1}% of the Florida utterly homeless boys or girl for M family or group to the box. "They're too darn biased."
Power and Light Co. electric lines unless food hornet can be secured I Two nominee will be chosen "Biased?", we repeated, not qultaunde..tandlna.
for the hundred of .
are now in service, according to sn I boys and { for the mayor' office, and 12
girls now under the of the "Yes biased, I Bias
announcement by O. C. Estlll, car nominees will be selected for the mean. this,
and society In It* receiving hornet al i and bias that, until I'm flat broke".
president general six be
manager.Electrical place to filled on the councIL -
experts who are win Jacksonville Lakeland, Miami and
Peniacola, there will be
no room I
ter In
guest Miami have stated
Known candidates for the
to provide shelter for the tcoret mayoralty -
that this I* an amazing record."Because ofI
nomination T. A.
are -
of needy children In all part of
am in the electrical Chas. T. Harper and Tom Kir-
the state that to
are needing come
supply business, I know somethingof
under the care of the society by. Councilmen mentioned as
the that r
Job confronted this
definitely standing for renomina-
company, and IU program of restoration -] This' I II not an appeal for adoptive tlon are Councilmen E C. Chrop- E >
homes for babies children I
of electric service has or
later, A. :J. Campbell and Frank
been under five of ale-for the
amailng, said Herbert I year Hausman. Councilman Henry

Young of the Delta Star Electric society has t long waiting list for Pow Brooker, Jr., hold over for the I
Equipment Company of Chicago children under five yean of age next two .
"The average person doe not realize all the year round. I
Nomination will be made'fromthe I
what Herculean task It Is I This Is an urgent appeal to good 'Ie.l s I
floor. Candidates be
given -
'to resume electric service after: hearted families everywhere In ; 4'1
I the opportunity to speak briefly .
surh a storm. The Florida Power ;Florida to provide good homes for
in behalf of their election.
& Light Co. If to be highly com- score of homeless boy and girl*, ,l;' ( ,

e pllmented by everyone" from six to sixteen years of age. "'"I 5t.r General
'Our company Is highly appreciative Most of these boys and girl come A Burning Issue
of the many compliment-I from the rural sections of the state A darky named Sam borrowed Public
ville, Fla., or visit any one of the Utilities
$25 from his friend, Tom, and
letters gave
so received from our customers and would feel more at home in receiving homes at Jacksonville
and seasonal resident," the In smaller II his note for the amount Time
country or villages
Lakeland, Fensacola or Miami and Homestead Pbon BM-U
sold President EatlU "Credit for' and town, but many are accustomed select the child desire. These went on, the not became long past
tin' job performed In you due, and Tom wa very impatient
quickly restoring to the city, and will wel-
electric service in the storm I come a good home In any place homes, are open hour. to everyday 11 for Its payment. One day the two
an'j goes to the 800 skilled electrical they can find. met on the street Tom stoppedand
. workers and the assistance, All are normal healthy children I said: "Look head, Sam, when Eva Estelle Sullivan
i For Motorcycles 1* you-all gwlneter dat note?"
furnished to pay
our company by our All are anxious to have new home, I Teacher of Pianoforte
! holding company American Pow- Garge, the farmer' son, enteredthe "Ah ain't got no money now"
new parents, a new start In life outfitter' shop and asked to, Sam, BEGINNERS A SPECIALTY
e>' & Light Co and our servicecwipany I replied "but Ah' gwlneter
I Many com to the home
. society see some caps Several were triedon It soon' Ah kin." .
Electric Bond and Share I because pay 101 N. E tat Ave. Homestead
of death and desertion of
but apparently met his I
Co none "You been layln' dat fo'
I parent Others com because ofne.lect. requirements. Finally after the
Before I
telephone communications
I abuse and mistreatment the last of
: shopman ,
we informed them of
by parents All are now utterly hit stock the counter, he said
on Green
our needs Within the hour skilled homeless, separated legally and In desperation: : Lantern Restaurant:

electrical technician from permanently from their parent, "Now, fir, what exactly 'II I the;' ADJOINING HOTEL REDLAND
many stales were being rushed by and looking for a chance to be lov- '' Steak Chicken Dinner ISO
kind *r
rail' l you requiftf
and Jtito to aid 0* In reeon- ed and cared for. heall\
cVateheU'hit Vzled.
iti uctlni*ur property'arld haateninii Garge ( ; Regular Dinner 5flo Vegetable' Flat 39o
Many are old enough to do odd .
Alt Kind of Home-made Sandwiches
the restoration of electric ser- Job in and out of the house, In |I
"Well, he said, "I've Just got anew
va Unlimited
was at
exchange for a good home andreasonable
motor-bike, so I want a rap
our 1
disposal by
our holding comSupplies -
., schooling with the peak at the'backAn-
!> "> were rushed by
The home society will give full I und all swers. '
express'me information concerning the family I
out-of-town skilled electrical history of the child, and Its health II I

I workers came from many habit, disposition, etc., and will I

southeastern states and from send one of Its representatives to GUARANTEED i
st,ites as far north a* Pennsylvania any good home In Florida to give

.. In all, more than 200 of complete information as to how to I
theme worked USED CARS II ,
men with the regular secure I child All children are
forces of the COmpany. One placed for a full year on approval I, Suits and varnish floors, iroorf. ..
crew of linemen drove 43 hours before work end furniturt In 1 operation
any permanent
from McComb, Miss, without stopping ment or adoption Is expected arrange at the lowest possible ;1 9

work for Immediately a rest upon They their went to Will you take a homeless boy orgirl prices. See us for terms :I SeW FLO-LAC
arrival Into your home If so, just
drop a letter to the Children's
Florida Power & Light Co. willuffer Home Society of Florida, 428 St Lawrence Bros. tar \
i I
\ a loss of approximately James Building, Jacksonville, Fla., i :
: fi,000ooo as a result of the storm or the receiving homes at Jackson I ",f!

\ officials said **><", . .
1 tf
I tmfk so _.S. food 43edries
On. Exception read. IOWI or 1..1
"What a big family you have, Annie Mayhcw FitzpatrickGraduate
:Mis Jones," Aid the visitor. over night easy to apply

, "Yea'm. And the funny thing Is leaves no brush marks waterproof -

that all the names begin with a Oberlin Conservatory and Royal all popular wood effects

; Jultch There 'Orace, 'Erbert, I II

'Enry, 'Ugh. 'Ubert, 'Arold, 'Arl- Conservatory of Leipzig PINT 73e QUART $1.17
ett and
'Elty-all except the last
one. and we 'ad 'er named Halle"
-,Wall Street Journal PIANOFORTE AND THEORYRedland

1 Road Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1422 I
( Fufit4lw
s-W uano

\ DR.iUA.BERGERDentist II I r O 1., S''t PA j, UM ROOF CEMENT

( so a 246 gl4g. s!
Surveys MapsA. I le pail,gr o1 I

: 36 N. Krome AvenueUpstairs I ltGN

Efro vr i5) ROOD
rvg OMgtit
\ Office Hours 8:30-4:30 I jjflEftlgTERED CIVIL ENGINEER : 4A0 FAAIW s9 "' a'vkr

: OPEN Registered Land Surveyor ej
I rifts .r
\ M
ill X90

; Mal..t r raise u (a s
'I 1 des=== C10-Ch Na ". : "Mind-0.. e 1
; Clean Vegetables Sell BetterSee 1- .

I : C...taelk an tea.C ift bads Am" I
our vegetable washer built at our shop.,
DentistOffice 1--------;; ; '=---1

I We turn wood rollers for packing house use. I I Ulu

Portable fire and irrigation pumps. Lathe and

in Hausman Bldg. jl machine work. Farm machinery repaired or

Phone'83 I rebuilt. W. D. Home Co., Inc.

HOMESTEAD FLORIDA !I Homestead, Fla. Phone 507JI



November 15, 1935. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE raw Eleven

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WEDNESDAY TO SERMON TOPICS sage Special"Anathema made Maranstha"by young. -

,. "."' people's choir. "


CHURCH m.He i ,

GAME OF LEAGUE Ngvt! 17 r". tesnoiieraion RATE rpt- tnsfrctljn 10<- a lloe,, ubatoA eat in artionV .

toploi." "Mortals( .11\ Jmrartals. a line ,

Brooker to Meet Franklinand 0P I (tOll RENT CATERPILLAR TIN tractor for

Walton to Face HOMESTEAD METHODIST I I aale Frank BeriMcker, Ji ,

CHURCH 1 FOR RENT-tfiaNifri apartment Krome avenue anal Silver Palm

W. D. Horne Co.A I NOT. 17-Mornlnr menage: P e I I with bath an Wtvfkpge of ga1 I road. (sITtn)

final meeting of the managersof I "Our Great Need" special 1 I rage- Mrs H,"'S.'"Fitch, Kings

the teams entered In the city music by choir under directionof Highway East"ru < > I/i IIELPWANTEDWE

basketball league will be held I Irving Lron. Evening me- will select wvunl

Monday at 7:30 p. m, In the gym- $ RENT -eodooom with kitch- I from young
I vicinity
LEGAL NOTICES tn privilege Mrs Wayne Calk
, nMlum to thresh out eligibility I I with knowledge of shorthand
; rules and to turn In the final player 7 ins Homestead (pn22)) and typing to limn IImnedlvI \

:: list for the first half of the 11 I Charter kn>... .Na,' nmdllHW. IMI1. Raaarra., the nlatrtrt Pint National Na' I. FOR RENT-riorlda City furnished I secretarial ,,,,",,11<"1.. Vnte,
f season. Bank ml Hamartaad In the sees at Klarl
house with Inquire Schoeck Sotix.'I lab Tram'"'
da at the close .( aatlnaai .. NawmkarI I
night will I
Wednesday Brook
,s see I Illinois
1025. Pnblltktd In raaaaaaa ta oil Leader-Enterprise (pniM)
er oppose Franklin at 7:30: and 1 inada. ml aamvtrallw. ., ......'* seder
Walton vs W. D. Home Co in the I seen.311 II. *AiwU. Revised statutes It a member of :your comniunltr FOR RENT-- -room house, furnished I MISCELLANEOUSRELIABLE

second gam*. Admission will be Uiana and dlMniinta I T. 1T.41I ml not i In or unfurnished Silver I
only a I
all. The I Unltad SUI ( "'rnnuMit iiklkntknu Ii WATCH :
teri cents to money will Palm road. Apply Mrs E. L. i REPAIRINC
dim and/or fully better advise
be used for gym upkeep and ball I I luanntaad (., position to you Kelly! Silver Palm Grocery. 1 W. II. Woods McCrory Aiv.iiltHEM3TITCHINC. '
All four have ordered Other bond. atgtki. and aawltiai regarding your insurance requirements
squads (pn22)
1.OSS.00 I .
new uniforms Mid the courts will Banllna house, furniture and -but can be of I while YOII" .1.
be> splashed with color when the I fixtures 11,61)0.MlKaaarv. FURNISHED BEDROOM. Modern I' Singer sewing machines and rr-
I with ladaral .mnnmk inestimable assistance In coop.
teapot talc the floor. P. J. Franklin -: 1111,411.75 conveniences Garage. available pairs Mrs. Wm. II. Broth,
Ino, has selected blue trimmed' Cult In vault and kalaaaaa with of loss Mrs C. W. McEwem 18 N. E.I f I wren from F. E. (" .tation
other. bank. ........14 _
In white; Walton Nurseries orange Other I.MOOO 14th St. 1 I I repairing
trimmed In black, W. D. Home Total Angles ....... Our .agency represents only FOR RENT-by the year or for Good used piano for sale chrap.W .

Co., will have gray with black I -. the strongest and moat re winter season 7- nicely E. Koon 115 N. W. 3rd SI

trim; Brooker' Lumber Co" red 11/ Demand deputies. raan/ t link Ilahla ,stock (nsurance4. cora4pauTcrp furnished home, :itm ned 1
with white trt All will hairs eJectr&
BUM Govantmant *' WANTED
tmoioils.w .. ..' Let's get acqiuuntej.1W. porches, fireplace, stove.
puNk fiinda. and
letters on the ftont and numbers _
bank .,, Apply Eva E. Collins, Federal i
the back of the shirts .. aII".U'Hvln80. WANTED-The Lv dnv
on tl Tim* dtamlla, W pt-P o
Highway at Biscayne drive
Public fund. ud da.V .
--------- Maxwell SmithINSURANCE Enterprise Will swap classified
Ha of other bank.2,014.1/
Redland Girl Wins II Ptiklla fund of .too.... _.. advertising or subscriptions for
&1... actual districts or Other wiping rags. 7c a pound allowed
Honors at Centenary I subdivisions ar municipalities HtTi
IT. United St.Ua Oovarnmant I for clean rags, white or color.ed. .
> and postal savings drpoalta 14,717.12 FIRE, AUTO STORM AND LIFE SALE-RIp Rap pointers Knit underwear preferred
I S&reveporC TCaNMov.. "l4- 15 ol well
One Deposits other kanka. la.budne trained. Or make reservations -

of the highest honors awarded to II .cheeks. outstanding certified. and auhlan'.. / (S..Tf S4 rhoiM Mf-11 for hunting parties. Edwin REAL ESTATEREAL

freshmen of Centenary College of Total of Item. 14 to 161a Office la McCrory Arcade Vlhlen. (nl5-22)

Shreveport goes to Mill Lola Roberts ( ) Secured. home br pladiraf ESTATE-Those who wantto
of Homestead. Tla. who recent I Investments ... ... II.HUT SETS OF t baby Jars of tropical buy or sell Redland District
(IINat) aaeurtd byplods@ Jellies,assorted, celophane wrapped
statistics third
show placed will find
real estate up-to-date
I n.
rank in ln_ Milk-Fed packed in carton ready for
among girl Thurstone d/ar t- listings In our office. Many of
. examination I mania _00' ....400.M I mailing. Mrs Bertha Edwards,
psychological given these listing are still at subnormal -
annually.! The Thurstone examinv its) Total Drywall -..... ,. Redland road between Plummerand prices. We shall appreciate

., .atlon.Y. given io liigh sehool rad- ...Capital.. MaountlCommon stack 100 FRESH FryerSJ"c Coconut Palm. drives.(nUU) either your Inquiries of
wafts aDd college freshmen all over.tfarVMtrxtfltarter. she.., par MO I FEED your listings, all of which will

, .. : As Wdf,C7lrr par Share '|M IS.:DOOMVxirplua 00 :MTBdi I Mrs. C.J W. FOR SALE-1 34 Chevrolet pick- I have our best attention. Now lithe

t tBnaI7---wrr favorably .lad. pmfltart 1* N. E. '.up. A-t condition, $37S. South time to buy. B. W. Morris,

. with other ttsMtutioiuf,and U e.peclally Becomes; for aontln* 447171 Florida Growers, Goulds, Fla. I, now associated with H. A. Cameron -

proud U Acknowledge such aaxtaa ...* I (pnlJ N. W. lit St.. In Citizen
. pupils-as Miss Roberts-among Its Total taaltal I Amount I /.414.1. Bank Bldll. Phone 72.

enrollment.. Teal LtabllltlatMadnd. .6470.170.90 MULE FOR SALE$71 Pine Grove +

f rftUM ,Rober before entering ...... L... :.4' la..a..aa Turner's Funeral Home 1 Dairy S miles east of Princeton. ACREAGE AND tlROVEl di*
.. .. .. F M. Dolan Coral Gables. Evergreen CHARLES I. BROOKS specializes'
w Censrnaxyj won ,s> ,cfaalimlUp :to' ta serene UaMllttaaUnited ".IIR. AMBULANCE SERVICE
the college for her line work in Vte.taa, io.ainiaant obll- I Attendant 1232-J. (pnS-19) In Redland properties.
nations direct and /or. fully lady
. Redland HIIIr School, and has'already uusant.ed . /3.60.00 Purchaser are In MIAMI ao
proved her ability here on Phone 14.R Homestead Fla. FOR SALE- 10,000 California j list with a broker you know to
Total Madia (exele ding tadla.
wonder pepper plant now be a REDLANDS BOOSTER.
the campus Jn scholarship as-well Ronnie.J 1I.MO.M
a. in social: circles. Pledged ready C F. Talbot Richard and Send your listing, with legal

She is II popular member of the.I In) Aaalnat Unltad and ,KataaGovarnawnt poatalaavlnta Silver Palm roads. (nfttf) I description of land. price firms,

Centenary Tennis Club Spanish dapoilu JO.OO*.00k etc Send postal and I will rail;
; Against public fund ofStaua FRESH FRUIT-Granges espe
Club, Y.W.c.A., newly! organized I < > aauntlai school dla.Ik See and Drive the1936PLYMOUTIIS daily for sale at Dr. Lloyd C.Shanklin' or give full Information to J. R.
on the campus, and of Alpha XI tries. or other .bdlv" (Dick) Brooks Homestead
alone ar municipalities 3.000.00 grove, corner Red-
Delta nationally known social sorority I land road and Palm Ave., S. W. CHARLES I. BROOKS '
) Total Pledged I 110000 12S N. E. First St Miami '
sate of Florid. County of Dada. aai of Homestead President Harmony
L J. J. lid......".. rockier of tile abova. Health Food Co., Inc. with South Atlantic Mortgage Co.
named bank do aotomnlr. ._r that. the.
DRUNK DRIVER SENTENCED .bo.. ..._...., la true to the .best pf myknowladca Fancy foods of all kinds Address LEGAL NOTICESIn
Thirty days in Jail and a fine of end balM' R. 1, Box 853. I
I 1. i. MO LENDON, Caahlar.Corrart atLawrence
$100 or an Additional 30 days in
--AttMt I the Court at the Counts hide 1 II
Jail, .-was the' sentence given In A. A. PATNR: TROPICAL FRUITS canistel I of Florida
court of crimes to Jim Howell H. K. CHAFF. (egg fruit), calamondin (Panama IN RK ESTATE OP JOHN J. RANI ON, i
MAX LOsNERDimetor. Bros. Daraaard. Dada County No. TIM
negro who was bound over by .. orange), Be lb.; night bloom- Ta All (...11- Laialaaa, nialrlnatMa and
Justice of the Peace Kendrick lastWeek sworn to and subanlbedbefore this f i ir iI Ing cereus fruit, 25: each; ca- All r.__ Ha.ln. tlalnia ar ._._
of KovambarMADGE 0211 Against Said Estate: '
for driving on the highway SUl dar TURNER. Notary" Pu.I.. I rlssa (Natal plum), ISc qt.; I You and aaeh of you ... h...-... n<.flfM
while drunk. He was arrested ,by State of Florida .t Larn '. guavas, Sc lb.; oranges, 30c doz. and required to araaant any rlafma ...1 d...
; Mr aammlMlon .." .. F.'. 4, ISIS.I f r WANT ADS PAY J i which you or either "f you m.v hat.aialnut .
Constable Joe Scarborough I Notarial Boon Mr!. Geo. W. KoscI, Redland Rd. the seas of John J. Hani.i. "lat
__ and Plummer Dt, RFD Bo* 181 i I of Miami bode County florlla i,, II,.
...... .
County it I>.d. I ninly Fli rlln alhn
i cake In lh. (''",in He".. itl Mi,,n,,
TOMATO, pepper broccoli plants. I I Florida" within rliiht m"nthi fr.n ....
c. F. Talbot, Richard road and I I, lima of the fires |,,,ullliali .4, the., .
I aald rlnlmi "r diminili t" I W n daraaanud
Silver Palm drive. (olBtf) ,
M afinwald r .am t- H >-
bltrred. Baa hauler; i I lull I.... IIllata / ,
FOR SALE -6-room house with I of Florida for Hi.. ?.r "IKDated ;

Brooker Lumber Co. Inc. bath, garage. Inquire Ltadci1 I LAURA Sfptambat A. HANUiN 110UK''' .A
: Enterprise (nl-l.M: 11 ... 27 UK &. I 11 I I'-t-,. No' I .! 1

BARRELS suitable for spray barrel

*. J. F Dychos, Redland road
opposite post office. (nl-15)) I

w POINSETTIAS--double and single I

any quantity. Fred Vihlen

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-the." : : ; 1We Let Us"Rejuverihte I I/

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.f I

'v Jr i I Your CarWoodlVark

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., ;' I
"\. /CE t tOLD
Body Fender

have application} blanks forgovernment : i Tops, and TrimmingSeat

.. Covers
loan .
M Painting '
\ :
: ; ;

... Art's Paint Shop
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I bog N. KR031E Al E.

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., .. ..J.Friday .


Patrt TVA" THE LEADER* ENTERPRISE Friday November 15, 193&

will not be allowed by the fire Insurance sign recently erected by the cham- vious meeting to seek larger quarter -
Chamber Urges Emergency Loans underwriter to answer ber at Krome avenue and the Ta was discharged.
I I miami Trail U still standing. but
s To Growers Damaged; by HurricaneContinued calls outside the city limita A motion the advance warning sign a half-
was mad and carried that the mile west the Intersection had JOHN O. BALLET MIST NO. U
co-operation of the> Miami Cham- been aof I AMERICAN LEGION'Meet
; ( From Page One) I land District Chamber of Commerce ber of Commerce be enlisted In behalf t
5 ion and thought It would not be will not hold the Redland of Homestead being allowedto By rearranging furniture and trst k and Mire Wafaniajp.
very food advertising to bring District Fruit Festival this retain the truck. fixtures, seating arrangements I' a B&, --1oaa.lAc''" BU*, I
crowds of visitors to view trees ;year were made in the Chamber ot (eM post*Me*)Soatk KroM A". ,
The Chamber of Commerce will
A committee to promote the interests -
Commerce building for 40 pertonsWednesday Hmmeta4<< t'1a.
scarred and en crutches from
have made for the
I and development of Home.tead'i a sign county
night which was more
effect of the hurricane I
'. agent, who occupies office in the
municipal airport with a
than ample for the attendance The
Asked for his opinion W. W.Joout.on I
ChambeC of Commerce building
view td making the-Redland District WANT ADS PAY
committee appointed at the
president ot the Red- pre-
I "aviation-conscious," was and share the services of his sec'
land District Improvement Association > appointed on mptloo.of Herman retary with the chamber It will
who k also a member of Marks. Its *tnbet4 are Mick be a small sign to be hung directly
the Chamber of Commerce laid under the large Chamber of Commerce -
Hardee, George' Cooper: and Carl
that organization had committee TweedelL sign recently hung at right FOR MAYORI
Cut to plan a fruit festival Red- angles to the front of the building
land and while they had not met Following a talk by Mayor P B.
since the storm he thought the Bird, the chamber voted to have President Archer said that nothIng am a candidate for the office of Mayor of the
festival would be held. the secretary draft a resolution further had been done about' City of Homestead, subject to the Town Caucusof
the Neon-lighted sign to
addressed to Conrad Van Hynlnf,
In the discusalon &
It suggested -
that both organizations drop WPA and FERA administrator for direct Miami visitor to Homestead Nov. 15, 1935. I take this means of solicitingthe
plan for separate festival this Florida, petitioning that the FERA and other communities of the Red- support of all citizens whom I not be
land District due to storm damage -
fire truck now stored In the local
and combine forces and resources -
:year for a really big one next fire station be allowed to remain requiring the attention of sign able to see personally.
Following Mr. Joh lton'1 her in order that groves and ru- companies that had been contacted. -
remarks, however, the meeting ral communities In South Dado I T. A. FEASTER
passed a motion made by A. R. may have fire protection, sine Vice-president O. B. Parker
Livingston "that we do not have with only one fire truck the city announced that the Homestead
a fruit festival Homestead this
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year,but if a responsible organization -
in the Bedland District finds WITH GLASS c Sugar Creek Creamery =
it possible to put on a creditable r
exhibit, that we give It every cooperation -
Stating that his purpose was to
clear the war for the festival in t
Redland should its sponsors decide lb. print---3SC t;
to hold it this year, George ; L
W. Turner, Jr., moved that the .lb.-------37c BrookfieldCOUNTRY :
secretary: be Instructed to notify
the county commission, which has ROLL : '
made a contribution from Its advertising .,
t.t.t. ] 'U'lU
fund for the Redland District : Calf Liver
Fruit Festival that the Red-
Saturday Specials Ib..3ZeBulk

Ib.29c ; ..
FOR EGGS NEXT Pilisbury's
FUL0PEPGROWING : Sliced 21 lb. bag: LARDIb.

NOW/MASH ; Breakfast Bacon MILK ARMOUR'S 3 tall cans !.7e 3c

.------- :

I= 1b.- - COFFEE l\laxwellllouse lb. .7c Georgia BeefSTEAKS i

City Chicken No. 2 Cans Kellogg's RED CHIEFTOMATOES :

: DRUM STICKS Corn Flakes DOG FOOD lb. ifc: :i ,
i -------

j each - 5C 2 for :lSc 2 pkgsI Sc3cansl5C| : Georgia Beef i

Brookfield Tomato 2 Ig. bottles Water Ground 5 Ibs.

,THE RIGHT FEEDIS Gold Medal Pancake pkg. Medium 5 Ibs.FLOUR10c lb.17CFresh : ; .

pkg. - 5C
: Ground
your pullet chicks on Ful. Del Monte 2 No.2 3 Ibs.
i cans Baby '
and feed
O-Pep Crowing Math Big Juicy Sausage Meat l
CORN25c Lima Beans 21c
plenty of(rain. HOT DOGS --
This feeding program U followed
.by successful poultiymen Kraft Products Ib. - -:lOc ;:
for the development>> of big,strong i lbe----- :17c
framed well pullets with Miracle Daisy"CHEESE
24c 35c
grown Whip- pts.- --qts.-
vitality to stand np under heavy : PlatesWHITE
egg production. French Dressings, 8-oz. size 15c

UL.O.PEp BACON Philadelphia Cream Cheese,2 pkgs.17c lb.-------Z3eGeolfia

; Ib.-------ZZe: Argo. 2 lb. pkg. I lard water 3 barsPRUNES '

13c SOAP - 10cNo.
: Cold Storage
: 2 Cans 3 for Octagon. 3 cans

1".wWOI'IDtClJ'cc. EGGS37c Blackberries 25c CLEANSER l3c 51bs.---- 15c .;

: Silver Floss No. 2 can ToN.T.Laundry 5 bars Special

Tomato Dice lOc SOAP - 10cNo. CRISCO31b.can
; Fresh Florida Extra LawEGGS
2 Cans No. 2 Cans Cans 57C

Hector Supply Co. CORN English aJSrrig2 Beans SpecialWesson---

Homestead, Fla. doz.48c 3eansZ5C
3cansZ5 3cansZ5ePOTATOES Oil

: YORK APPLES i New Cobbler
ZSe '
10 Ibs.

;. TheOUTSTANDING : 5 ibs.'. --' 19c
With Shirley All-GoOd' :
r Bisquick ; mpIe"37c
1936 Car Value 3Ibs.l2e: Plain or : '

PLYMOUTH Self Rising ffc

t "BAKE EARLY"All FREE! Ice Cream Dish with "BAKE EARLY"All :

Lawrence Bros. Kinds of Dried and Kinds of Dried and .

Crystalized Fruits for Churngold it. 21c Crystalized Fruits for -

your Fruit Cake ;your Fruit Cake.ntttttnmiremttuitmntuen :

PAY ,_
ADS ,,
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