The leader-enterprise

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The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title:
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title:
Leader enterprise
Place of Publication:
Homestead Fla
South Dade Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
November 22, 1935
Publication Date:


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


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).

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

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Homestead leader
Preceded by:
Homestead enterprise
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Homestead leader-enterprise


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I- vs. Harper for Mayor! ONLY OPERATING EXPENSES !

TOM 1.-HARRIS I U. S. Hearing on ReconstructionOf AND COURT JUDGMENTS PUT ;

Keys Bridges to Be Held Here

LEADS TICKET Homestead will be- the scene city, town. or local Association
November 26 of a public hearingby whose Interest may be affectedby
the U. S. engineering corps on the reconstruction: of the proposed -
the application of the Florida state bridges They will be givenan Homestead to Stand I'Council's Action Foliov-s .'
FOR COUNCIL read department for approval of opportunity to*, express their
plan for the reconstruction of views upon'the suitability of the Fast on Ban of Slot : Reading of Taxpayers' ;

f I bridge across Wilson Channel, between location and the adequacy of the Machines, Say Bird I ReportCITTILVUSIN I
Windley Key and Upper' plan in reference to navigation,
G. I. Gault Withdraws;; Matecumb Key, and across Tea and to suggest change leMI red Slot machines win be refused REVOLTAT 'I

Rue Decides to Stayon II' Table Channel and Indian Key: desirable in the interest of navigation Uoenaei to operate In Homesteaduntil 4-HOUR SESSION j jI
Channel, between Mate-! .
Nominee List Upper Mid unless the city Is successfully '
r. curabe and Lower Matecumbv II "Oral statement will be heard mandamuaed by the courts ,I Base Taxes on Ability to ; :
Keys. but for accuracy of records all Important to iuue them, Mayor Bird announced
FOnl1 The hearing U announced for Pay Regardless Is :
fact and arguments shouldbe *t the meeting of the city ,
RE-ELECTION 10 a. m. of that date In the city submitted in writing, a* the council Monday night I l Sentiment :
h I hall, in a notice sent out by Cap- records of the hearing will be for He Mid the police force Is till ,I -
Chronister, Hausman and tain P. A. Feringa, acting district warded for the under strict Instruction to seize At four-hour '
a meeting charged
-*' engineer, from his office in Jack warfpp.rtment.. Written statements slot machines found In I
i Feaster Accept Re-. sonville. any operation with an atmosphere of rebellion
1'1 may be handed in to the and to place their operator I ?.
over a bond debt Impasse > ailingfor
nomination the
announcement: undersigned at the I .
or or owner under arrest.'EXCHANGE
the levying of nearly 100 mill
"All interested Invitedto
parties are mailed to him beforehand.
I I In taxes that never could br paidat
Citizens be present or to be representedat '
Homestead assembled "The plan proposed by the applicant -
that figure, the city council of
the above named time and ACTS I
in caucus at the Neva King I provide for a 600-foot
| Monday night took
Cooper School auditorium last particularly navigation Interests i trestle opening at Wilson Key
Friday night ban Tnomaa 1E:: and the officials .( any county, I Channel a 600-foot trestle openIng TO OBTAIN YEAR action as follows:
Kirby and Chalks T. Harper a* at Tea Table Channel, and a Adopted a revised budget
nominee for mayor in the city 2800-foot trestle opening at Indian which Ignore bond Ihtrrmt
election to be held on January 14. BODY OF MYRTLE Key Channel. The trestles Will ROUND ACTIVITYOpens !/ and principal payments: tioept .
be of state road those for which specific levies J
\ selecting department'sgtandu'&t.ereo.vigd !
la time la
candidate .. have .
beoa commanded by the ..
jttmber..rerstructure -- .t
n t&eaotend foal tie a >placer that HODGE -FOUND :- '
court, making the total} to be
i will be Vacant on the city councnlthey with eanorete.Qeck Miami Branch for" railed br taxation $19OHOl '/
} voted. a* follows: Tom Ifarrls: superstructure with 25-foot span, Calavo Products In I:
Instead of 10883489.
V 208;Frank Webb. 180;; Eo C.Chron- BURIAL SUNDAYAshes and providing a main channel span Set the millage at 40 Insteadof /)
of 35-foot horizontal clearance and Off-Season
V lstarU7; .J, O Wymv 151; Frank r
a previously Indicated high
B* Rue.114W.,Jbe f L. Burton, 111; of.Sarah! 10-foot vertical clearance. The of 122 and a inure of 92 submitted +
a;; t Cault:, 121; T. A. Feastetvk Cremated structure will be connected with A branch office and warehouse I
122; Dr.: Fran Hauaroan. Ill; Cf Weeks Ago May Be a low eauaewa.lIfCtoll at an ele In Miami ha been opened: by the original Monday budget committee night after had the 1 .

W. Little, 94; B. W Morris 75; X.i Interred Also va not to exceed 5 feet above cocas Florida Avocado Grower Exchange : : revised Itt estimates prim to
itt! Gettaher; 57.tlelth'v low tide, and a roadbed width of a* headquarters for thel I r I the ;'I
,32 or 34 feet. Attention la Invitedto meeting
MeY Hue nor Mr. Oautt The remain of Myrtle Hodge, state-wide distribution of lu
Adopted the report of a taxpayer -
the fact that aU existing natural
uctand those .f th > .
Was at the caucus. Mr. 15-yeir-oId-daughter of Mr. and '
present committee suggesting
:Rue, who heretofore tae penlatently Mn. .g,. M. Hodge o< Homestead, waterways maintained; or and passage where wilt be',;Avocado Growers' Exchange prod-I I 4t per cent of the total Inter-
dedlned to consider tu..- were found Wednesday; ea Bony natural have been filled which It ha an alliance that eat and principal past due and '1
Bang for public office, yielded to Key, 17 mile northwest of Islamarada. passage mit*] year-round outstanding should be the
the fills will be removed and
an 1
the request of friend and accepted where the and her liter, trelUe'.ubaUtuted therefor.1],, a> trained marketing rgatuaatiosj.I' bails for any adjustment of the
the nomination. Mr. Gault Sarah, 13, were visiting when the open and elmmation of competition between bonded indebtedness judging 4
withdrew his trade omtas- hurries a* f truck the two organization I! i
name Sept. the I by a ta -payl g ability; analy-
Sirs. Bow Will
lion with the explanation ..* he key and) claimed more than 500 SpeakTo The Calavea el the California I (Contlnve on fan His>)>
bad served a term aa caunollman live*. Earah'i body was found P.-T. A. Tonight Exchange will be distributed In this -
and there were sufficient "good near licall.lClIJ', In the came vicinity state by the Florida Exchange
MM who have not don their bit", six week after the hurricane Mrs. L. L Bow; city librarian, during the period when Florida !SCHOOL TO GETFIVEACRE
V. aid he would continue a* I and cremated OR the bland. win talk on "What Book Mean to avocado are not in season, which
member of the taxpayer commft- Burial will take place In Palm Me" at the November meeting of I Ia beginning now and will last until TRACT
tee and work with the council In Cemetery at Narairja Sundays Services the Homestead P.-T. A. in the next May. California ..1Il.tart.
any way possible. will be conducted at the Neva King Cooper School this shipping avocado next week. For
.I(&. Gault's withdrawal leaves grave by the Be* C X Walker evening at I o'clock. Mill Jessie several yean the Flavor of the FOR PLAYGROUNDCounty
K. T. McCourtney who received pastor of the Homestead Baptist Hendershot, high school librarian Florida Exchange have been distributed -
81, vote, aa the> 12th man on the Church. Member of the family also will make a Book Week throughout the countryt!.
lilt of nominee He said yesterday hope to have the ashes of Sarah talk "Reading Non-fiction for by the strongly .. Call- Board Closes Deal
that he would await official brought back for burial at the Pleasure." lamia sale organization during.1,
Ratification. before making any tarn time. Other number on the program the off__ for California avocado : With Mrs. Booth for

comment. IndentificaUe-n W II made wit be a health play "Building Our *. In the short berlod that 1 Purchase
Only 14 name were on the through a ring found near the body Teeth," by Miss Eula Bay's third the season of the two state overlap '
councilmanlc ballot Friday night.. and: clothing brought to Home. grade pupils, two songs by a sixth the sale of California avocado A deal for the purchase for playground -
Several more were nominal but stead for Inspection by the family.A grade group bolo Mrs J. 0. have been confined to territory purpose of the the-acre
withdrew. Dr. M. A. Berger was wrist watch which Myrtle had Wynn' and Mr Mary Webb's wet of the Mississippi and tract facing the south aide of the
14th on the list with 41 vote with her on the trip to Islamorada, rooms, and number by member Florida ha been given the area- high school and the west side of
r Other candidate for the mayoralty wa not found. A comb and' of Dr. J. Norbert Mejias' orchestra. east of the river. I 1 the grammar school: grounds from
, nomination at the caucus powder puff known to be hers Mrs. S. L. West will direct the In addition, the Florida Avocado' Mn. ArvUla Booth was closed
( were T. A. Feaster and A. H. 111ftI were found la tINt pocket ef the opening song, "Our Battle Hymn i Grower Exchange will distribute'' Wednesday by the Dade County
I man. The vote was as follows" : sweater she had on. The body Of for Children," a P.-T. A. song. (Continued on Pact Three) board of public Instruction Mrs.

I Kirby, 108; Harper.. ;Feaster, 49; Sarah was Identified by the family C. N. Walker South Dade memberof
Hinman, 43. by clothing brought to Homestead I the board admitted last night
I Each of the candidate for mayor at the time It wa found. Union Thanksgiving Services to Be after a long period of secret nego-
made short talks la behalf ef The two Hodge girl were visitIng tiation.
his nomination before the balContlnotd with RIta Bertaut, 14-year-old Held Thursday at Baptist Churchof The tract Will be used solely as a

I ( on Pas seven daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Paul playground and athletic field. Mrs.
Bertaut. at Iclamorada where Mr. The Rev. A. A. Koestllne, pas the district will be represented Walker said. Plan for eventual 2 ;
I Bel-taut! was section foreman for tor of the Homestead Methodist, In the program. of an auditorium and cafe .
I THE WEATHER :'rfatiou:
the TEC railroad. They' went there Church, will preach the Thanksgiving The Rev. M. A. Soper of the d on the northwestcomer j
r. L.. the Thursday morning precedingthe sermon at the union service I Redland Community; Church Will of the elementary school
0ktal w..lh.r spore ol UM 5.b eoriml !hurricane came back home which will be held in the Baptist deliver the sermon at the union grounds will take up the! space
i R.p.rr..aa sealed, l*>Mfa>4. ".....,. Friday < Saturday morning and Church of Homestead at 10 sunrise service which will be held given over to play apparatus and
, Jr to lalamorada Saturday o'clock on Thanksgiving Day. A In the Silver Palm Community cramp the remaining space beyond
bee ITM..plIT..p:: nee I .... night The hurricane leveled the community choir directed by Irving Church.Mr. use as a ball field and tennis court I'
I Nov. U-=- 80 -8f community Monday afternoon. Mr Lyon will furnish the music.:. Walker will preach at the site. ,
I Nov. 18 __ 81 12 Bertaut' body wa recovered, but The Rev. C. N. Walker of the Baptist union service which will be held The project for the auditorium
Nov. 17 i those of Mrs. Bertaut and their Church will give the l Invocation In the Princeton Church: of the building has been filed with the
: ::
Is = 30or two children were never found. and the Rev. Howard Eckel Nazarene at 7:30 p. m. WPA, but no Immediate hopes are t
lioY. II ___ U 53 Rita Bertaut! lived with the of the Homestead Church of the A service will be held at the held out for a grant The plan .
Nov. 20 _. U 02 I Hodge family one year while the Nazarene will pronounce the bene lame hour In the Could Baptist' of the building call far a modern
Nov. 21 83 52 t attended school here. diction. All protestant churches Church: cafeteria in the basement



Pare Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Fndav. November 99. 1935.I' .

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"""''- -' "- "" '" -" "'"' '" did last in spite of the loa of
Turner. Farmer and Graham who
The Redland Rattle ; were graduated Jut year Mr. CutterMg -
., says that the idwdii)* I* a
I little etaffer OlIn but years The
By J1MMIE W. HATHAWAY |i* t game to with Homettead.
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4 I Th Junior dams to preeenttac In some part*. Alaska can grow The faculty member ar* workIng -
two one-act ploys Wednesday larger vegetable Ulan the United on their play "The Whole
night, Ifov It, at S o'clock to the i I State Them I* gold ta Alaska to Towa'i Talking. which they ex-
school auditorium. The title of, be mined agriculture would thrive pect to prevent on Dee 12 and II
the play ace "Elmer" and "Why there and tt baa Ideal temperature The whole faculty I* In the play
Teacher Oo Nun, j Mr. Johnson gathered material It 1* directed by Mr. Wagner
"Elmer", from observata $, In Ch Turner come
4 to the rescue of his Cinderella Alaska for nearly.fifteen yean. Mia* Goodman the English
.liter. Lewis, In a fever teacher was Welt with a sold Wedneaday -
& rearm tlfeY. taking pad at*:I There will be no,> arni al unto Md eoutdnt com to
Mary Ann Brown Jeanne Catkin,, after Ql&'la1lnNl"i.d.atl.i This school Her piece wa taken byMrs.
Gwendolyn Campbell, Wine MM was decided.Monday night at the PhllHpa.Th .
Lawn Along Bennett, Leonard I I P.-T. A. irrrtki, because there I _
l'dAh and a nomtoacript dog I were some objftcttpnk to the carnival -
I report card. a month late,
I and becu4.lh*.ao.rcity.oI {
And now to let you tn on a wOl ba laaued with two montM*
I i I money aince UM tom. 'f'
MoM teacher nuts
lecret Ire
I grade oa them, Tueaday.
before they start to tech: other-' -
AIM they wouldn't teach. But!I|'I Basketball practice ti
'KcmiooaUyja teacher la till sane|along in fine adapt Mr comln'l I "Henry do you' love me MIll?"
a \ih,'n she enter the class oom.I| ldge thinks that ha will _better than any other
The second play. "Why Teacher' stronger team this year way." .
Go Nuta", about a teacher who]
t :
i is itlll ** when she enter the
lauroom Se* for yourself "why
u,hen to nuu." Card of Thanks
Gwendolyn Campbell play the:J .
part of Abrlgail Abyaainla. the : I appreciate being nominated far city councilman al the
teacher The other player Ire
Leonard Cash Angelina Walsh,: caucM..aad if elected will serve to the best of mr ability.
Kenneth Chamber*."Mary Fisher,' I
Melber Smith. Eugene, Bell. Eunice:
Lewis, Richard Verina.Mary Cra-; FRANK B. RUE
ham. Grady Cowan. Charles Hart' 1:
Robert Bell Lucille Drlgger and i Candidate
These play: are knockoutal! They I' i:

entertainment for only lOc for' students ) t j

and lie for adult and out-;
alder J
This! I* not THE Junior play Card of Thanks 1
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Miss Goodman' ninth grade I wish to thank the velera far the supped given so at the
certainly had a food program Friday -' ea.eue. Your *..UM4 support will be rinse sly< j
In aaaembly when It had Mr. I
Johnson a* ........ He spoke on jf f
In some part of Alaska he aald
the temperature below' Candidate )
never foe I
IS above aero. He also stated FOR CITY COUNCILMAN s
that Alaska la the land of opportunity -

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.r Friday, November 22.1935. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Three_

be appaiajtod to ate Dad GWw-1 Deuel Sings Old Song Jr. of Homestead bat pledged
ATTACK CUBAN ty'i scMei (natation with a view TalkA EXCHANGE ACTS Theta Kappa Pat medical fraternity -
I In History
to fsndMg a ray to matt It able I ." at Emory University
TRADE PACT ON to operate laeetenden of state TO OBTAIN YEAR!
I aid.At talk on the history of music \
DM migBOiMBrt at Ban Archer was given at the weekly meetingof
NEW GROUNDS a motion was passed to have the lions dub of the Redtend ROUND ACTIVITY!
the dub telegraph officials -
the Rev I
District Tuesday night by -
of the farm credit administration -
Refused permission to attack and Senator Fletcher and George E. Deuel of Redland who (Continued from Peg One) | 1HENS
the constitutionality of the trade Trammell asking their cooperation tang several selection typical of fresh date and other dried fruits
agreement which allows Cuba to In having fertittter loans made the period he described Among frown la California Mid Carl
ship avocado, tomatoes and other available to citrus and avocado them were: a Hebrew melody Undgren. manager of the Exchange LAY BETTER ONfULOPEP
agricultural and Industrial products grower and need and fertilizer 'lAo i". which he said was the Under the managementof t
Into this country to be told loans granted to vegetable grower oldest hymnal on record, "Deaaau"., Bob Veaeh who spent a period
In ruinous competition with domestic damaged by the Nov 4 storm a hymn written In 1690 by James i of training ,,11'the' slave organisation -
products, the Florida Agricultural Air. -Terra Beate". a traditional ta the Chicago headquarters -
Tariff Association has English melody composed by Mal-I the MUml branch hat'
gun an attack based on the .a-I I County Seeking Right tie. Babcock: aa Irish melody established contact that have resulted It supplies your lacing hens with
that the government la not Of Way for 70-ft Road Londonderry", by Thomas Timothy -I la tver-mereasing demands the clack amtritkxit tlem aU
ing the full tariff authorised by for the product handled. : they need to product more and
congress I The work of securing right of Mr. Deuel concluded with a I I The branch office and wareto better egg with sound sUeus-
Luther I. Chandler of Goulds, 'way for the new "'markefrroad. ..g. -DepMnr." wriUe ay lass; haw bwated at fl< N. W. Thir the LM the brit better price.
a member of the board of directors ," Richard road from Sliver friend. Robert Ml'CUkadean I ty-first street The headquarter ;
E Uaab
), of the Florida AgriculturalTariff Palm drtve to Mowry road and at MM at DePatMS Usrivwan inIndiana. : erM.s and packing 'plant of the: FULOXEP (( keep
Association, told Home I Howry road from the oily limits i Florida Avocado Xachange. remain op lwdy weigh t a.d health In heavy
stead. Rotarians at tour weekly test of town to the. head of the Harley R. core gave a review at Naranja,and plan for expansion layer while they- arc producing
meeting Wednesday that the.*seoclaUon canal was begun this week according of magasint article he had read art la keeping with step the egg that are a* importantpart
J seeking evidence support to J. a Webster county on world condition Chaa. IK taken toward widening the scopes: ol the farm Income
such a suit, shipped pineapples road and bridge foreman. The Ooley gay a talk on Ideals and period of operation of the
from Cuba and when they road, which is to be 70 feet wide President Cha Pratt announced ganization. or-I I
arrived in this country tendered | Hector Supply) Co.
will be built with federal fund that the board of director had
the full amount of tariff authorised Help pf civic organization In chosen Mr Con as third vice- CO-Or TO MEET,TONIGHT !'
, I by congress, only to have 90 securing the right of way will president In the place of the Rev A general membership IIIft'tintl|i Homestead, Fla.
per cent of It refunded Obtainingin probably be needed Mr Webster Alfred McDonald, who was recently Of the Redland District Co-opera-;I i
in writing the tariff official's
l' refusal said. called to a pastorate in another tift Association will be held at
to accept full payment, the part of the state. J. J TJO tonight at the association's)
1 E association lawyers attacked through the a corps administration of able Miss Olive Sharrett I Forbes was elected a director In canning plant on S. W. First ..treet.1A j I JOHN 0. BILLET POST NO a
j// the place of Mr. Cor complete report of last yean AMERICAN LEGION
for not Dies in Staten Island
carrying out the .
date of man ; The liars' contest was held as activity: will be made and plans for' Meets tnt and third. rt.......,
,It' congress usual with T. Rhettman Salvo the coming season will be outlined J, a i, w, Aairrtraii Lest** RM,.
Mr. Chandler said the association Mill Olive Sharrett. sister of Wilmer Cast, Stanley Bernard S. !I l..w..* afire Sealb Ae,
hoped that the suit would result the late Mrs. Andrew Hsgaman: R. Salinger and George Fitzpatrick BtKTOJR.. PLEDGED I, u_.... Fla.V8 .
\ at least in causing congress and winter resident of Redlandfor competing for honor I'OE. & Nov 11-Jot Burton.I I I ....."......_
J to call a halt on the authorization I many years, died at her homeIn
of additional trade treaties to the .
Staten bland. N. V. Friday af- r
disadvantage of American I ter an Illness of one week. Death
k The Goulds grower and packer ws due to peritonitis of the gallbladder
i discussed also the present potato pneumonia and other
1 allotment tangle. He said that complications, according to a massage LEADERSHIP
I Dade County was at a particular received by Mr*. A. G Raab.
disadvantage In getting allotments Miss Sharrett had a wide circle
of any size because during of friends in Redland. She I* survived -
d the big production years of Florida by a brother Horatio Shar
potato history no potatoes were rett of Staten island; his children'
s .produced here. During 19I2-JJ- Horatio Jr. Ruth. Olive and Miriam -! ?lain stet warm ua acav w tea age 11s. etc "see ere ; ;u l
i J4-3S the potato.history years of Sharrett: and the two eons and .
), rthi* tectifnt the Vest of the* taut two daughter of Mrs. Hagaman 1 b trees ,r0 !
had small production. The result Boy 'and',iChas' Hafuman. Mrs.I
I* 'that Dade does not hare in the Too. 'Doyle. and Mia Marjorie t tooo1100i
big allotment years, and some Hagaman. I t+
counties in northern Florida
which have practically abandoned
potato production, have more potato 'TheOUTSTANDING
allotment than they knew
whet to do with. Allotment-
different urea may net be exchanged -
be explained.
Effort art still being made to 1936 Car Value

arrangement PLYMOUTHLawrence -

he said.
Following a talk by L. B. Som-
mers on the present lack of school Bros.
finances, a motion was made by
Chandler that the school: principal

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portunity to beat nature at its own fame.

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

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up solely for your benefit. These tests are a part

of our Farmer Service and you are cordially Invited -

I to make use of them.

And bear this in mind when buying fertilizer
ON OCTOKI 31 of last: Ttar. Henry Ford within nada el the poopUn Producing It
if are looking for product th'at'will insure
: a
your announced Ida Intention to build a million has provided steady work for hundred i

your plants more uniform feeding and healthier Fri V-" .let 1135. W. art pleased to report ., .I thousand: ol men b the Ford plant fat
growth and interested in of finer quality .
are crops that this goal was reached in exactly associated Industries and on the farm.
: and ,larger yield first consider the requireI
ton V-l and truck
month Instead of a full v ar. These million Ford can
I of such and then
ments inrestigate-
a product ODe million coca and trucks Sa a 1m- have helped to make- thing better all
passive total. But Sown by themselves around la the lied tea mouth ol 1935 the

Ask for our booklet, "MONEY FARMING*. mean nothing,It U what they represent Ford Motor Company paid out la the

that count Selling a V-l at a low price United State alon*. 140,111J28JW<< fat

hall brought a nor,. kind ol automobile wage and $52X111.38100 for material


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Four THE LEADER: ENTERPRISE Friday, November 22,1935.

t THE LEADER.INTERrRIsi, THE MAIL BOX f Cub Pack to Goon First

'; Published Friday at verseatcsd. .';!! Homestead High School News | Camping Trip Frig

; Fla. by the '"th Dade TIME IS MIOCT -

. rabtkhlng Ca.i I The Homestead Cub Pack, pre-
i ; Editor LMdefEnterpi-w By UOLA: LITTLE scout organization, which the Rev
J lIEN AaCYER.tdlter: Would Pen be good enough te, _._ \. A. Koestlln Is organizing will
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permit me through your columns: KCONB MONTH HONOR BOU. chase them It they want to, at the go on Its first camping trip Friday
c..... M maud bw mallaaaMe to remind all members of the''I rate of three for Me.; the day after Thanksgiving,
Mast S, mi. ai the peat Townaend movement that a bare Twelfth grade kin. Scott's at 10 o'clock. Camp will be pitch.
office at IfmeIe. Ftartta wider1he O days remain. until Congress scorn high tumor Nil Otha Hack-: ed to the scout forest on North
ac .f March ... U7* meets when! the McGroarty bin ter. Annie Ma Santo Ruth Tower All senior k-rporte are due Jerome avenue near Waldtn drive ,
I moves into the spotlight a* the I 1 ; tow honor roe, Theodore due today. Our next book-report Each boy to to bring two blankets
Mem of in Franklin, Myron Crennell, Richard will be due lust before tnid-year
HIV. PAWL Rid A 'TEA most vital Jegtelattasi and food for three mesls.Th .
; _..
the nausea I Matxson. Tommy Moflett, Bin -. next regular meeting will
TheHomes dub to sue at j: Vercee, Jewel Campbell, Lola I J
J be held Tuesday evening Nov. It,
TAxancw: Moon,, fern iteberv- Lime homtoad bias
II ever UM covering hntti AM-]1.1.tU1e14.1'1' at 1:30: to the Methodist Sunday
I n.I brought th* biology classes.
There a Ux when I phone try and ** are determine to1 School building.
AN tau when I wtttTberefs I make ft the equal of any ether I Eleventh geode Mr. tswOwr
Boy It and 11 of ,
age art
a UK on my team beat stub tor aetivlty and aggrslw(I room- high honer rest Were Akers.. The geography class J* drawing invited to poia tile pack.
e And fireplace fI.... neas. Our objective Include the''; Virginia Frlck, BUabeth. Skill large map of the world and placing 4
I highest and noblest aspirations 4If. Geraldine Reitz. Helen West, Bobbie CW'ftnt.-t'ftltl at the location
Thwt'i a lax an my light which the human spirit is .*.abto I flummefUn; low honor roll., of the event Se the nap.Th Mr. Wakcfield has been detlv.
And a but on my book and therefore merit the bask ''Or I Tom CeJlina Buddy ntzpatriek,. Bring oe bushes to those who "

M And If I Would (UhThar collective and Individual loyalty I, Martha Clare Lou Belle GsmneU, n.listi'a' *f the Homestead haw ardersd them.
*'! a Ux MI the hook and sacrifice. I! Hail BBnmgtoa, Florence Pan- High School wider the direction.

Them's a tax on my hut Your presence "-Ilia an Invaluable !j i coast Patricia Poock. of Dr. end Mn. J. N. Mejl will This afternoon taw IC.'hoo1elk.
And a tax on each shoe contribution toward swans,. Tenth grade, Mis FleWs room:' ly at the P.-T. A. meeting tonight ethall team will play against the
Thereof a tax on my shirt It to extremely Important that i I I. high honor retL Mary Adam, c.I -. Clarence Presley a errdemt faculty. The admission win be

And my ether clothes to*. every member attend the D:1 I'celia Harper, Henrietta Hartman. at Ponce d* Leon school and ten cents. Tuesday night The
Ing, The might of unity {1 I Alta Webster, Eugene Schorr: tow pupil of Dr. Mejla win play a team will 'play The alumni team
Then a tax Oft bridge whist certed action to Irresietable. The I|)I honor roll Fibs Booth, Min Pearl guitar accompaniment tat oneof and the admission win be Ice and
And a Ux on grand alam. I time to brief and nothing should I II )j I Bush, Dorothy Horne, Esther. the number He ties taken lessons I We. At practice but Tuesday
At night In my sleep dim your sense of personal ....1!I Pope, Evelyn Pops Ellen Yann. only a shirt Urn and this night Skaettr" and Manuel Hancock
I urn taxed for "'paamt". I sponaibitlt/1 carrying our great Tenth grade Mr. Moomaw'sroom will be his first public appearance.: showed great skill against
Cause the I P. J. Franklin's team. The boy
over top. : high honor ten Charles -
; There's a tax upon cards I are now rounding into chap to
When I (I T. D. PICHE. President I Little Ruby Dolor, Sane Draper The Sub-deb Club has been organized -
play solitaire I beat any teem but they need moreschhool
(Nh, there must be a Ux Homestead Fla., No- 20. U35. Ninth grade Mrs. Johnson'sroom by Iva Dyal. Mary Hanson spirit or pep to back them

I. On the mn and the air.There's : I : high honor roll, Edna Booth. Helen West Betty Bowen, up. Come on, students. Let's help
I II Marcia Gausens Virginia Frick and Mabel Wil
Virginia Coney, ;
MONET SVKELT TALKS them by attending the game and
a Ux upon musicA i I low honor roll. TMutt BuHard, liams. Officers for the club were by cheering.
tax upon songA I I Editor Leader-Enterprise-: i Bank Byrum. Billy Clark, Howard elected Wednesday night Those
tax upon dancing : The state of Florida, once so virtuous I Lamb. wishing to join are asked to see
J A tax one of these girl When Mrs Johnson's freshman
on ping-pong. legalises more gambling Ninth grade, Mr. Blackbum'i clan
assemble at the third period
1 I After fighting the slot machinefor honor
room: roll Madge
There an import on eating each day It select a main topic to
many years she exclaims, Thompson, Lucin West; low hon The Spanish I classes are describing
And vain are appeal discuss and keeps. the best thought
i -What's the Use? The people will I their class In
r I i or roll. Annabel Redd. Harvy room Span-
It .
you cat and drink where 1 have derived from this study as something
It anyway Go to now We Rue. Elizabeth Mcilwain.i i ton.
There a music with mto.Thi '.will license by which to judge citizen
this of
'I menace our i Eighth grade, Miss Hayden's ship. The main topic for the
'r,.'. a tax on that oU I 'people,take It to our bosoms ; room' high honor roll Mary Francis The Latin class will attend "The month was courtesy; and all found
I nib into my hair | and smile upon It for a consideration Last Day of Pompeii" in
Arthur Nina Dyal. Mildred a body there was tulle a bit they dhda'tknow
A t.\x on th* tooth paste I Why not We like money," Field; low honor roll, Herbert next week. on that subject
I use with such car*. ,I After oil isn't this just what the I Booth, Elwin Cooper Henry Dod- I I
i; state has done with the drink evil. They talked about the courtesy
Tni son. Edwina Close, Rachael C0atI The seventh and eighth grades their fellow
tuned ashes I 1.,1et This state and the other "Sow- they owe classmates.
And it I get In ling the wind to reap the -whirl man. Jane Robinson, Edith Becker. an now drawing and looking for We should not enter class late a*
I'm taxed when t swallowA I wind." I Eighth grade. Mr Lucas room: pictures for their project bookletsin It disturb the entire group and

I I capsule or pilL ,, BOUJSTER SAGE.I I i I high honor roll. Constance Scherr; JCngUsh waste time We should not laugh
i low honor roll. Joseph Piche Jud- -
at mistakes others make. 1
I taxed when I'm steeping I|I Homestead Nov. SO 1939. son Piche. Billy Walton, Harry: Ella Mae Smith wishes to thank Certain courtesies that boy owe

And kited when' rm not I Pierce. MarJorie Webb, Eunice:. her class and teacher for their to girls were tioned. Boy !
I'm taxed whoa It. cold and I|. "Chemical training to valuable Walker. I letter of sympathy.: should be ::. tat they

Trn taxed when It., hot la hundred of seemingly unrelated -| Seventh grade, Mia Hender-! should not b* Imposed on by girts.W )

I'm taxed when out fields too. Jt to enormously j shot's room: high honor roO Lester I'' Mr. Moomaw's sophomore class owe certain cwurtraiee to visitors. ,

And taxed when I walk riding .j I useful in certain types "=j1!'.Archer. Wanetta Koettlinc, Doris had a nay ride party last Friday Visitor:-welcome and !
And tovta on shove make new use for surplus materiata, 1 Warr; low honor ran, Preston Bird,i night at Royal Palm State Park win receive many wurtesw
Me taxed when I walk. I)so on. And a large percentage of.{ Edwin Booth, Emory Brands I IEJ4red where they Toasted wiemrs. Mr. explained. j
j I the 800 new materials are the re-]I burg, Joe Byrum, Elbert Dolar and Mrs. Moamaw and Mr Lucas Courtesy of speech was mention ,
They UK all the money I suit of some unemployed chemist Gilmer Jack McMichael, ,: were the chaperon The cia.rV.J ed. It was explained that speaking j
1 earn steal or win. 1 experiment la a home-mid labor!i Roy Pulton, Nina BuUard. Freda perfect day and will too loudly mumbling word
And then tax me plenty I story, where he worked away busily -: Hancock Virginia Khmer, Marjorie : after Thanks and being Indistinct it very Dis jl i
for blowing It In. to create his own Job." I Lewis, Betty Jane Meyben, giving courteous. These ar* the wont
I I I II Rose Peterson faults in speech and need to be
They soak me for living ma Luck Sixth grade, Mrs. Wyitn's and Mrs. Archer took the other half corrected :
Right straight in the eye I We hear so many stories about I Mrs. Webb's rooms: high honor I of the seventh grade to the Monkey The** and more topics were i

And boy. how they rob me absent-minded professors that we I roll. Lamar Dickinson Lewis Baker Jungle and the Subtropical freely discussed The freshman J
The day that t die. suspect sometimes they are made Doris Thompson Esther Rucker I Experiment Station Monday afternoon class has profited by this program j
up just to poke fun at the professional James Neibitt Harry Brother and it hopes to develop other

w JOBS FOR BRIGHT BOTS NOW I industry lest the members -t Fifth grade. Mrs. Birds room: :. points of character education y
OPEN IX CHEMHTIT take themselves too seriouslyand Mary Francis Rutland Athley The following pupils have donated equally as well. I
try to run the country with Kemp Virginia Hobson Hilda books to the school library:j
Opportunities for young people brains Instead of hot air for motive i Doc on. Preston Bird. Harvey- Newton,i Mrs. Webb room to making a jl

4 who contemplate career In chem. ': power But this Incident can be : Fourth grade Mrs. Flfleld's and Howard West Billy Walton Elwin "Pilgrim Family" poster for the
latrv are excellent says Walter1' vouched for by some members of I .' Cooper, Mary Francis Arthur bulletin board of the room. I II
Ra Clarke
l Mia rooms: Dod-
a Pitkin. author of "Life Begins': the zoology claw hi one of the! son Vira Rheney, June Louise' Stalling Jlmmie jBchallernand I j
at Forty" who made extensive prominent eastern colleges where Gloria Waldnop Robert v.nn.J Philip Topplno. The pupils of the grammar

surveys in this and other fields. the professor, In. question holds j Barbara Blffcen. __ I school are learning Thanksgivingsongs. 1
The demand for well-trained down we char or science : Wednesday morning me Rev .
chemists, he says In the Rotarian The class was to meet In the i-Thl.i grade. Mrs. Dorsey's, Miss A. A. Koestlme talked to the students

I. Magazine, today far exceeds the laboratory after the lecture, to I Ray's and Miss Williams' room:' on Service. He gave the Mr. Koestlin- to speaking to the I
supply Registration with profesakMMl witness a demonstration of blood Lonnl Home, Wayne Lawrence. following boys certificates of elementary grades on "Co-opera
agencies for unemployed circulation which can clearly be I Doris Cheshire, Ardel Parman, .w.rdlor their splendid cooperation tion" at the character building
j chemist ia well below normal But I seen through a microscope In the Mary lUdford CreiUe Turberg. during the sixteenth annual classes.
web of a frog's foot The lecture I I Virginia Walker, Doris Ada-Dod-
In what linei of chemistry arc ; convention liD Miami: Clarence -
then the best opportunities? Here' ever, the class adjourned to the son Froscher, Gene Hunt Ruther Sullivan -' Mrs. Fifield'a class welcomes ,
I J'
I* Dr. ntkla'l list: laboratory where the microscope' Second grade, Miss Williams'and : Pierre McDanlel Carson Frederic Chamber of Damascus .
was set into (tea.,on, the table Mr Edwards' rooms Billy I Malcolm Martin Bishop Charles O, and Helen Felcht of Grce-ford.
chemical I. around which the students expect* Brown Jack Kemp Jacqueline: Little, Billy Arthur. Harvey, Rue. O.
I unlike moat factories antly gathered Th professor] Geiger, Frances Foster, Surry! and Jack Krome. Billy Oronlmo
require with a benign smile, dug his hand! Rice Dorothy Kuhn Marie Con who goes to Riverside Military Miss Ray's class welcomes Gen
more I
technically trained
experts than down deep into his pocket and nor Mary Frances Norton Eileen Academy this year wen MM also. I Loeof Lsude-iaJ TN class Ia to
ordinary workmen.
Chemical engineers drew out a bulky package which I Ie,.,.. I give Its play "Building! Our "1
demand In all fields are great he slowly unwrapped. His smile First grade Mrs. Edwards': and I Next week I* safety week and' Teeth" at the P.-T A. meetIng j
Industrial requiring the waned, a pallor spread over his r Miss Jackson's rooms: Dowel the caning of Christmas seals will 1 tonight. TIle dill hat a citizenship ,
chemicalprocesses. !
i. face and a puzzled look tame into' Alexander, Ruth Byrum, Winifred begin. Because of this the seventh honor roll which to different .,
his eyes as he gazed upon the I i I a1lle1. Eugenia Draper Bills grade girls are preparing a pageant. .. from the regular honor because 1
"A recent survey shows that sandwiches that were In the pack- Jean Hulsey Dorothy Kinner "P-inI1h. Word" ndr. the only laquirement to an A in .
t chemical engineers, hold Important, age. Than nearest to him Insist I I I Donald ;. Joe Kesbitt, Ruth; the direction of Miss TlMIaen.1'nIia citizenship. Those on th* citizen '
Jobs In nine of the 15 census that they heard him murmur "I'm Rutland. Barbara Jean Smith to to represent what people: ship roll are: Buddy Edwards
groups of Industries' food, paper '''" sure I ate my lunch at noon."-I Clara Jean SoweO. Ernest Walt have thought .f tuberculosis from I Joseph Connor Charles Gesaman.

,'. petroleum coal, rubber leather, United. American Heavy Stuff. ers. James Brown Aton KoeiUne. > the Stone Age to the present and. Shirley Danzey Doris Ads Dod-
: .tone. clay-class, iron-steel, and J,I also what they have thought of son Jan l'ucha. Jennie Hardy
I non-ferrous metal. Since there Job *f tile Meat I I _____ medicine. Eugene' Lett, Betty Bailey BAr
' are relatively few chemical engineers A little city boy who had been Tuesday morning a photographer bare Bigger and Aids Conor.

in the following large Industries to the country was describing to was at the school to take every The physical education girls
opportunities her ore probably another boy friend the big pigs lie '1 student's picture In both the high have new team this month The Miss J.c---: to making W

very promising: food. te-\Ilhs. had seen. "It was In a pen" he school and the grammar school. captains tar the third period are I turkey booklet far Thanktglv- /,
cement ceramic, fertilizer and mid "and It was afraid of the, About three minute was spent Nina Dyal and Elizabeth HaD for ing. There is new pupil. Oscar \
1. leather Chemists are wanted in little pigs. They would chase the!I with each class. The picture will the fourth Nina Pearl Bush cad Cruse. Dale Faust was promoted .((1 a',

plant development operating and pig around the pen and after he,, be returned In two weeks and three Ruth Fredrick: for the fifth period, from the Woodpecker group to
t general engineering. In research, ten down with exhaustion the ar to be made of each pupIL Th Mary Adam and Mosely Sever:I the Slim Bird group: Mabry
: I and In sales work (which Increasingly little pigs" pounced upon the big pig pupils will take them home to I and for the sixth period. Florence Scarborough was promoted from

requires technical training'> and ate th buttons off his vest" show their parent and may pur Godwin and Jean Parman. the Blue Birds to the Red Bird.
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Friday, November THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Page Five

W. M. Brodie. W. W. Johnstoa, all lsa1Mlhh M* Mi been nomad 1'P. ... & a< Flertda City to attend
and J ha Seiaeia mad a btiaiase t'honchos MAN Its moMhly, meeting tonight .,nd
trip to PaMkee and Bash BJ.
In and Around Mrs. J. W. SmMl sold three
daughter and J. B. Ckmln *r returned
Sunday evening tram Fort
FLORIDA CITYMrs Benolng. H., where fwmral *ervlee GROVETHEATRE
Homestead W. W. smear C rrwpowk..t for Mr. Smith were held.

Tom Cvheniout Ml Monday for GROVa
MIll Wmfted Brown of Lawrenceburg -
Tenn., and Frank Ger Miami where be has obtained employment Shews-sad S Admlssie I**
Dr. and Mn. J. A. Smith, Mr. made the trip to Cairo with them, main of Boston were mar Matinee Sat. and Saw., !ere
and Mn. O. a Hall, Mr. and )I.... and her brother Norwood OoHliu ried In Fort Lauderdale Saturdayand I I to I p. m.

A. W. Hutchlnaon. Mr. And Mr*. returned with them to spend the are now occupying the Win.Batchrlor Mr. and Mr Jot Del of Dayton I SATURDAY ONLY t
L. A. Rutchlnnn of Coral Gables winter here with a brother-in-law cottage oa Avenue B. O, arrived last'week
and D. E. Bather of Oouldi left and! sister Mr. and Mr*. B. B. Bar- Mr. Germain who has armed 1 winter. They are Occupying U:1: I John WayneHAUNTED

Monday m a one-week hunting field. here the put three winters intends eotIJlOQ North Broadway. I to
trip U) the Vicinity of Cedar Key. to farm again this season, -" GOLD"

Ray Matthew has recovered "Tony Tomaisl of Bdlton arrived Clutter t. Tailspin Tout** laTHE
tdwln King ot Orient Point, from an attack of pleurisy which Mrs. Efflyn Carroll, Mrs Lets last week to Join his brother here. GKKAT AIR MYSTERY-
Long Island N. y, arrived Monday: Jailed for two week and Mrs. Mauls, an of Milford

. to spend the winter here BU Mr. and Mr*. G. S. Melhado Mich, arrived Wednesday for the Mr. and Mn. Will Rhode of IUND.U.MOSDAY"WAY
family: will arrive later. moved Sunday from their home on winter. They win occupy the Carroll Miami were Florid City visitors DOWN EAST

Coconut Palm drive east of Krome cottage on Broadway. Tuesday. I IMn. ROCHELLE HUDSON
Mr. and Mr. Henry Head and I !
to Miami. Mr. and Mr HENRY FONDA
Mn. t B. Koeitline all of Brad- avenue '
Douglas Killinfiworth, who have Walter Fred ha arrived to spend I M. D. Frye of Miami was a'
enton spent the week-end with
the winter here. guest In town last week. ) TIM Great America MetodnsM
Mn. Head'i brother and tUter-ln- had an apartment in the home of I Ii
Mr*. C. N. Henderson, are now New a* UM Senses
law and Mn. KoeiUlne'f
j son and i :
daimhter-ln-law, the Rev. and occupying the Melhado house. Mr. and Mr Varner moved Frank Kllch returned Monday! TtE8DAY."EDSE8DAYWarner

M.... A. A. Koe.Uine. I from the Maynard apartments to from Morgantown W. Va., where Oland
Mn. Sherod Popper and her the Scales cottage on the he had spent the summer. !
daughter, )fill Louise Poppell, returned -
Highway last week.
C. E. Louis
j Schaff of St. la expected "CIIAHLIE"CHAN
1 to arrive Sunday to spend I to their home In Jesup, Ga., Ow"1 Mrs Merle Anderson of Miami IN
a week with hit ion and daughter last week after I visit of two Gulwppl Butta ot I* a guest of Mr. and IdA L. For- SHANGHAI"Tllt'RSDAYSATURDAY
weeks with Mrs. PoppeU's brother-
1 in-law, Mr. and Mn. H. E. Schaff. Y., who arrived Saturday I* a' sylh.
in-law and lister Mr. and Mn.
guest of Mr. and Mr*. Joe .
Mn. Stacy Hawkins la (n University O. B. Parker. Mrs. Frank Cramer: Torrise.I 1 W. M. S. of the Free MethodIst Jane WithersIn i
fables and Mn Frank Denlg of Tampa Church will meet with Mrs
hospital in Coral (
Jack Heavener of
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Parker -
Gofl on Monday Dec. 2, at 1.30
1j convalescing from a major operation over lest weekend.J. : I C., arrived recently for the winter. ,o'clock. "THIS IS THE IJFK"
1 performed Saturday.Mr. He with R. J. Hoover in
I Is laying | I ". r 'Gta": IS D.\( K AGAIN
t Schafter of New York City
the lei Henn
I m. cottage on avenue
and Mn. Parham of The Y.P.M S. of the Miami Fro- Thattlnclvtnc 0.t.Un.: ** at I'A
Harry was In Homestead on business B. \
Fort Myen and H. P. Parham of I 'Wednesday. i Methodist Church imlted the Y .- -.---
Rtdland. Cat. visited Mr.and Mr : --- -
The. Rev. W. M. Bate, district
J. E. Davis Friday.* Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Watkins
and daughter Jean. of Huston elder of the Free Methodist Church'for
I the Lakeland and Miami Me-
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dollrath Texas Claude and Charles Watkins -
1 of Orland left Monday after I j of Welch La., and Edmund tracts left Saturday for Lakeland|
spending a week with Mn. Doll- Witkln of Plant City pent the after pending a week hen. Balanced Ration of

rttbl brother and aliter-ln-law, weekend with Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Mr. and Mr*. A. W. Hutchinaon.: I Onntham. Edmund Watkins Is I Mr. and Mn. Ted Walker an MAJOR PLANT FOODS
brother ot Mn. Onntham and announcing the arrival of a four

Mr. and Mn. Claude Campbell
announce: the birth of a sbne..pouaddaughter Kan- PLUS .

Claudia France, on J
Hove IB, in the Port Graduate ho*>
:A. Generous Essential
pltaL .*. Thanksgiving DinnerSpecial Proportion of

Mr. and Mn.sons.Allen Davies of ( Turkey Dinner with all the MINOR AND SECONDARY
Miami pent the week-end with 73c .
trimmings, :
Mn. Davle brother-in-law and PLANT FOODS
liter, Mr. and M.... J. S. Norton.Mn. i ie
Regular Dinners, .... Plate Lunches 35cBishop's I

O. J. WoUam Mr*. 0 L PLUS .
Waldron and Mb Marguerite Coffee
Wollam returned Monday from
, Cairo Da., where they visited MrfWollam's I The Experience and FacHit'ict of a
parents Mis Matttc 99 N. Krome Avenue

Collins, a sister of Mm. WI)::;!'" -I TRAINED FIELD
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Pare Six THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday. November 221935.

ftllllllllllllll 11I1 llllllllllllUIIIIIIIIIIIUIa 40 MILL LEVY the council had taken similar action entitled to oily several yean age and had the extent of$!ICIO of their amend T. D. Piche
been forced by: order of the court valuation irrespective of existingtax Sunday :1 '
20 Years Ago11I11I11I1111I111I1111111111111I11I111111I1111I1 IGNORES; BONDSI ) ''to rate the mffiag' to more than mandate, and to $HMO of their '
100 to provide for all bond payments assessed valuation on tilt treillageasMsed A large audience of members of
I past due and maturing In for operating revenue the Homestead Townsend Club ,
I (Continued from Page One) the count of the fiscal year.tor Seven other persons, not widows, assembled the Neva King Coop
sis Included In the report and which the budget WM passed, and were recommended to be placed: er School Sunday afternoon whew
... _
"am TIm follo f_ t.a.N..... OIl ama.uees..w a. "_'_ passed resolution Informing he WM satisfied that the remitwould on a parity with the widow and Preston B. Bird explained the " 'I, .tII, representatives of the majority be the MOM again. In view granted the same exemption technical detail of the McCroar- t
rwa..ut'M.wa..aNow. I bond holden of this fact of this, he said to was not willing through special indulgence of the ty bill which coven the principlesof
1915- I, Part due bond indebtedness Ignored to have such an amended budget bond suit attorneys. the Townsend: recovery' plan: \.
ti I totals 1(14437 Also ignored submitted over his tignatur I The council voted to donate to Next Sunday afternoon 2:SOT ,
-In. Vera Pienon. our primary on the asset aid of the The sentiment of Dr. Hausman. the volunteer fire department license D. Piche will report on his observation .
ha ben Ill
teacher who seriously
amended budget arc tax certificates Mr. Kirby and other councilmen money:: from a one-night performance at the recent national ."I
for the past two weeks, I* improving -
convention in Chicago, and be
on band totaling $390884, BiUroy Comedians
." wa that the mlllag ought to beset
(Princeton) I' Interest and penalties amounting which will play her Christmas will talk on the UcCroarty; bill '
within actual
-"A. W. McVlcker I II building a somewhere the .'
cozy little bungalow on Bayvlew to $43,36110. lien due amounting ability of the taxpayer to pay, Day under the auspice of the fire
to $71,330.73 and interest on men. READ THE WANT ADS
come what may The old budget
drive to spend the winter In sunny ,
Florida." lien totaling $23,333. I committee wa discharged and a

-"Key. J. A. Kahl had a stroke of The only expenditure provided new on, composed of Councilmen
paralysis last Saturday for in the revised budget are the Hausman, Chronister and Kirby, !
specific bond levies and operating appointed to revise the budget, Card of Thanks

.**. 11.1915 expenses amounting to $10400 which it proceeded: to do at once
I which are not taken can of by with the aid of'the city attorney I am sincerely appreciative *f the Fete give ae at UM city
Ralph Moon and Hannah Wagoner !
the of the light and waterplant
were married November I revenue The budget a* amended, Will eavraa If I MB elected. I win strive te give my best effort to .1
adopted and the mlllag was let
: the dt" ,
tileS."KJaa The break-away came when the 40 with Kirby, Brooker, Camp-
Lorraine Carfunkel left I budget ordinance- containing the U, Chronlstcr and Ilaunnan vot-
here the, first of the month for usual provision for bond payments I.t ye and Skill voting no. T. A. FEASTER i
Rock Harbor, Fla.. situated on one which are never mads-was Adoption of the taxpayer committee -
of the key to accept a school ." under discussion on what wa to report come on the heel of Candidate '
-"Uric Free had a birthday party have been its third and final reading I a proposal from the DuPont-Ban FOR CITY COUNCILMAN t
(the fifth) on Monday; A com- Mayor Bird contended that inwl"tlwand J. R. Durance, representing -
pany of his friends helped him to even further reduction than had a majority of the bondholders I I"I
celebrate-also to stow sway a been made since the previous to "refinance" the bonded
tot of ice cream and cake" I meeting could till be made because indebtedness by postponing pay )

-"W. D. Home has to date shipped In his opinion, bond Interest menu on principal for 30 :yean
about 1000 boxes of grapefruit provided for In previous and offsetting past due interest Card of Thanks 11
Price haw been running: budgets could not be provided for coupon with tax certificate, the
from S3 to a hex gross averaging In the current budget, whether it value of which would be arrivedat I whh to extend any since* thank I* these wb, rated fee 1
close :tl net Th had been paid or not CouncilmanSkill by mutual consent of the city. age at the eamoa sod selMI the support ef all U--. Mere
packing house will also pack to-1! argued that it had to be provided council and bondholder Principal r-elecimg a man who will drive te serve aa faithfully laUM
matoe this year." for until paid. wa to be worked down to MOO,000y
!stare aa he has In the past.
t -"Mrs. L R. Matthews is rJolc-l la the midst of this discussion b acceptance of bond for taxes
lag over the arrival of her mother Councilman Thos. I:. Kirby called before the "refinancing" went Into 1.1.IB
Mrs. C. H. Woodbury of North for discussion of the taxpayer effect E.C.CIIRONISTERFOR

Dakota, and her grandmother, committee report, saying that the Following reading of a letter Candidate
Mrs. H. 1.. Little of Vermont ,M I report contained an analysis of protesting the erection of overhead
-Last Friday evening wu the the city tax paying ability that gasoline storage tank at the CITY COUNCILMAN
scene of a very pleasant gatheringof would have a bearing on finaladoption comer of Krome avenue and S. j
young people at the home of I of a budget ChairmanFeastee W. Third street, a committee was f1
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Umphrey. ,1! said .that a question wa appointed to confer with the city V
The house was filled to overflowing already before the house and called attorney on toning the city with
with merrymakers and the\- for a vote on the budget under respect to erection of tank een- Card of Thanks
evening Wa spent in enjoying;discussion.j Councilmen A. J talnlng combustible liquid Th '
music furnished by our local musicians. 1 Campbell and Frank Skill voted letter wa from Chas. O Turner : j
Popcorn and delicious for it, 'and Councilmen I:. C.CIronItter who said that erection of the tanks I deeply appreciate m) awanfaaUoa re-ebctloa to the ,
apple were served, reminding I Frank OUT --/ I ban served UM city te the Wat *f ear ability, 1 .
one Hausman, Henry -
had Increased the fin insurance
wot to d Year nippert wUI to
and If re-elected eeottnae sow ;
It was winter time The guests departed | Brooker, Jr. and T. E.: Kirby rate on adjoining property owned greatly appreciated. )
at a.late hour, pronouncing i voted against it, and- It .wa* defeated. b y him, The gasoline tank art
Mr. and Mrs. Umphrey royal entertainer the i1
I property of the Sinclair Oil
I The taxpayer committee re- Co. Mr. Turner stated that an
Thomas Brewer, president of port was then read and on motion ordinance of the city require that 1
the Bank of Homestead, ex-county by Mr. Kirby wa adopted. Dr. such tank be placed: under ground Candidate t
commissioner and prominent citizen : Hausman moved that the committee FOR CITY COUNCILMAN
of the Redlands, and owner of be thanked for its work and: The city attorney wa instructed -
to draft ordinance
considerable property. I* bossing\ asked to continue in existence to, an prohibiting
the planting of a tomato crop on I work with the council on the bond i I person from riding on the ,
the prairie east of town." running board of other outside
:problem. The motion was carried.
-"Miss Turner of Washington D. I porticos of motor vehicle exceptIn .
committee report contained:I :
C. who I* visiting her sister Mrs. an analysis showing that the city business.the necessary This discharge of their Card of Thanks f
Frank Skill of Florida City, was' could reasonably expect to collect action by the ,

a guest at the Saturday afternoon i about $ 1. annually la I council from followed the Homestead reading of a petition I take this mesas at thanking UMM whs **ted far an* si .
dance at Guild Halt" taxes. Dr. Uausman. saying the I Rotary 9
Club asking that step be taken the el.... Year continued nlHII1l1lU be earnestly appreciated
-Campbell Street I* being cleaned
city ought to get a* close to that
and scarified. This will connect figure a* possible, moved that the 1 1I to curb the dangerous practice,

the Ingraham Highway leadingto I budget be revised to provide only I I which among' school is especially children.prevalent Thom C. 'V. LITTLE
Miami with Krom '
avenue,one- for operating expense and specific -
half mile north of town" bond levies made ,mandatory considered In the necessary discharge -
-'X. s: Mowry, formerly of'' by the courts and that the mlllagel I I of their duties will 'Include Candidate
Homestead, but now of Dade City,I beet at 40.Councilman. mechanic trying to locate trouble I FOR CITY
is in town for a stay of about ten)I Skin chairman af In car, Jo
days. I the budget committee, said that Eleven: widow were reported as I

.......,, "',",,"" '"COUNCILMAN"I' '. .. '

Try OurSnowflake ,: V

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Card of Thanks.' .

.. hees ;
.. \ Cottage'
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I wish to think each'e I. .

who supported!, my nomination,at'thl city ,; _. M : Viscualized' with a heavy percentage of cream A

,- to produce an exceptionally smooth high grade
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caucus. ".
cottage cheese. I : .: ,
I Wm.lre: appreciate joajr:continued yj

support. ; A Homestead Product; ,: ,>

_. At Your Grocer's >! ,_ '; : :q;

THOS. E. 1 I 1;.
, KI1UIY-. ;1 't' ,

FOR MAYOR O. B. PARKER, Proprietor

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.1 A- Friday November 22. 1935. THE LEADER- ENTERPRISE Para Seven

: 77 Fouls Feature Herd Tubercular Free EXPLAINS\ 0 RK I custrtrt. tarn Wended to. FiwrUa' ,
, 100 Per Cent for Year I City. Assistance k* providing
ix e ',' First City League I medical attsoMo% **4k. hutches:;

I a B. ..".. owner of Alpine OFSOUTHDADEWELFARE and aahool wort..*.tar Mkaraa Attention!
: Basketball Games Grow Date, last week received whose pose are .. Ma to .**.I;

.. I the state tuberculosis teat seal for \ BOARD I'ivide will the** glee ha* been given'and
I these also_
I 1934-JS certifying mat hi* herd
. Brooker Swamps Frank- ttoaa. .1
had been 100 per cent free from I
' Jin, Walton Beats Horne I tubenu1oail1ftlectiDa far that per "As a basis of operations the 1 We will bake your
of the South Dade
J T in iod. I board art wide one-fourth of the I II
Opener Welfare Board, Ha objects and
The Alpine Geese Dairy held total fund for use a* a reserve!
Pies and
,, Turkey
method of I
I operation was made thia, for ,
Brooker Lumber Co., overwhelmed up by state taepeeton aa an em- emergencies and unfoneen
g week by Dr. H. S. Wolfe, Its secretary I
ample of a model dairy ha beenon need The remaining three-I
. P. J. Franklin Inc., Mi at follow: I Hot Rolls forThanksgiving.
S3 and Walton Nurseries won the accredited herd hat for 12 fourth was provisionally allocatedto I
, from W. D. Horne. Co. .1-11. In ,.,.n. The South Dade Welfare Board I the school of the are served,
"' was constituted at the request of child '
the opening game of the City Mr. Parker recently announcedthe the on a per baste Th ultimate .
Basketball League played to the addition of a department at Greyhound Welfare Fund to expmmtuf: ** through anyone
% Homestead gymnasium Wednesday his dairy for the production of supervise distribution in South association will of course be
. night cottage cheese and other milk Dade County of funds donated by determined by" th*'relativ* need Our prices
Franklin will play Walton and product "Snowflak Cottage this Utter organization. It consists presented by the'different school

Brooker will play Horn next Wednesday Cheese". a* It I II known I* obtainable Homestead of the mayor of the city:!i I'i The board has received the cordial
president of
and careful
at local grocery stores of the
night The first will
\ game '
Redland District Lions dub, the I Parent-Teacher Associations inassuring '
start at 7:30.Numerous president of the Homestead Rotary, the will
accomplishment of
foul marred both' TOM J. HARRISLEADS Club and the commander of the' the greatest good for the childrenof we appreciateyour
w game Four Brooker men were John G. Salley Poet of the American South Dade County with the
ti ejected and the team finished the Legion. A* the bolder of 'fund available." order.Waldron's.
; game with three men on the floor: TICKET these office change, the personnel
I franklin bad to tend three player I Ii I of the board change, and already
to the showers and finished with two of the original member have Girl Players Called

four men In the game. Walton FOR COUNCIL been replaced a* the result of To Cage MeetingAll
.* lost two men and finished with election
';iJ ry;four and Horn had three players The board has decided to operate
(Continued From Page One) desiring to Join to the
a 1 ; ejected from the game.Seventyaeven aa far a* possible through the glrla basketball league BakeryWANT
are se.
toting. The meeting voted against
A fouls were call- medium of the Parent-Teacher
quested to report promptly at I
a ad on the 21 player However pre-balloting. talk by the 14 candidate I Associations of the school In Its p. m. Monday in the Homestead
# for the council nanle nomination
school gym. At that time drawings .
Intentional *, after the vote was
for the four teams started last
counted called for one-minute ADS PAY
observation and strict adherenceto SERMON TOPICS
Ii:f speeches from the nominees pres- night will be completed.
the rule by the referees Theo.

J. Blctetand Stanley Wlttkop. entMayor CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
*"' P. B. Bird acted a* chairman

scartog point was and City Clerk R. E. Edwards Nev. 14 CHURCH- Lessen: scram Card of Thanks

'i getting seven. The halt finished served as clerk of the caucus. topic -Seal sad Hedr. I
I, 'Brook<< 23.Franklin 12.Ed Brook- Three checker and inspectors I desire U express my aavreclallen for tile .amlnati. ** aa
ier' wa high point man for the guarded each of the two ballot SPIRITUALIST TEMPLE: or I
'! counted city eeancllmaai. and I* assure the voters that I will work fer the
bom and the vote cast
"'''' 'nightwith ten field goal and TRUTH
I "f *three fool shots. Elmer: Sullivan, therein. It was conceded one of N.... 14-At 7-43 healing It y I brat Interests ., the city tf elected next Jsaoary.B. .
I 'who with Brooker and J. B.Spark- the moat orderly and fair caucuses Dr. ,. Carl I.e... feeler by
*'man finished the game for Brook-1; ever held in Homestead. tie Rev gas Helium mea- MORRIS
, .W, got eight field goals and three Only three of the present coun- sagas by Mrs. Aaoa Albrlf .

.foulabot*. eilmen*re running for re-election-: sad Mrs. Uebcen. Candidate
.t Charles Sullivan was the lead- Dr.-Ilausmaii. Mr Chronister-an41
.. tint Franklin *eorer.eWi three Mr. '"*1'. A. / Campbell was FREE.METHODIST CHURCH FOR CITY COUNCILMAN
jfield goal and one foul shot nominated for re-election, but he TluuUsctvi- see-
by the Rev. Edith
t< *Th* WaltonHornegame was ana and declined the nomination. mwi Taaabbrai -
at 3s8.
nip and tuck until Just after the Councilman Frank Skill had announced
'", 'second halt atarted, when Walton decisively ahead of time N... Z -MtaMriaJ service ..
.I VulM swan never to be serhMiily that h*.would not under any drcumstanc fee the Me Was. Balrketorat Card of Thanks
; [threatened again.! Home never ** accept nomination.

:led to the game but was within Councilman Henry Brooker, Jr., I wish to .
COMMUNITY express my thanks to the eltiaea she br their
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one point t* Walton several time holds over for another twoyearterm
;.' ,Tbe score at the half was Walton,' by virtu of the large vote, CHURCH vote at the caucus tasnlnatrd me far the city eacacIL If elected I II
N... 24--Sermon at .
111. Home 15. he received to the 18S4 11 a. will try to deserve their eanndeae
Mrs. C N. Walker.HOMESTEAD .
J Barrow of Walton garnered Councilman Kirby
'eight field goals and Bradley made been the other hold over eJecUOft.1
';\. airs and Erpenbach five field goal man had he not chosen to METHODIST FRANK WEBBCandidate
4 01' Home. mayor.II. .
N... t4-M nlnr waeacelWhat

f (Farmer Dunn to Talk 11. S. Varsity to Play "mask br la the choir.Charchr Evening Special snea- FOR CITY COUNCILMANThe

| i To Improvement Club Faculty Team Today I sue "The dorks'. .
S.... *7-Bible study at ':3' I
t Farmer Dunn famous weather Homestead High School will .. aa,
f &nan who was formerly chief mete- play Its tint basketball game of I I
1 Urologist of New York City will the season at 1 p. m. today when I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

'J,jppeak at the Redland District Im the varsity candidate will take onteam ... 14-Meralog sermeat II IIS.
'1 I WllWnt Association meeting a composed of faculty member "The Trial ., Jar": evening kt :
''next Monday night, the president *.: sermea by the Rev Walker ,
; ,W. W. Johnston, announce A Faculty players will include D.I Meare ef BlandPRESBYTERIAN -
>,'.-jvocal quartet and a string quartet, E. Moomaw, George Wakefleld. I ,.. PR.OA.
.both of Miami, will furnish music. Frank Lucas, L. B. Sommer and CHURCHDee. I
-The public is invited. Theo. J.'Bleler. I and Preaching by
Tuesday night at ,:SO the high I the Rev. E. U Nelson at 11 a. i I ,

'-;-'Memorial Service to Be, I school will play an alumni team. m. I If

... f Held for Win. atd1do.rj right amounts of the

A memorial service I right blade ol plant food lor Individual
Batchetor of Florida City who died I your f
Mov.}at the home-01.ant in Dade lara or OTOT Tkaf1 what yon get when you

.. qty will be held in the Florida City bay Golf Frieadly rrtil1aen.No"e&r-J]*"-

Flee Methodist Chu drurst.-lfi-: Card of Thanks ao haphazard satxhue*-DO Ugh powered
day night at 7 JO otteck. veeord
tog-to aD a tmomnevtresadasrde .xp.ria>*at*. Just a oae.t-to>goo< .*.., bat.

yesterday by the Rev Edna Tamr aao4 t.rt/lhr.rao-farsal.t.d to lit

Urn. paelm uf lln Uiarch.lUl. .--- -< eoecllla oil .oaditioas. Get Gall

Batchelor waa a charter ....... Brand the ant tte*. orn.,'.. got I
member of-the flui hla CHj tliunu, -I desire to express my thanks to the '*
.fbcenaed local preacher 'and a what it grow good crop* .

das leader. citizens of Homestead for the vote given to'I&.is rwi4......,.sae eels PM OW .

4Turner's me when they nominated me at the caucus GULF
Funeral II Nov. 15. I will appreciate your continued l
AMBULANCE UKV1CBI 36tfc Street Bestir of Cast cWeW hasps Florida

I Lap .AUt..... I support during the campaign and at the I
TM CM aw MT Made 01 _. r-
Phone, If*.R --'. Tie. i city election on Jan 11 B. K. PANCOAST, Field Representative
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Paw Elrfit -THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Friday November 22,1936.

I. I Social Events in Sohih Dade I

BY MIAMI ELKS AT P.-T. MEETINOC The Calendar AT SURPRISE BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION Tho J Kelly exalted ruler paid up members In the associa 1 Nov. 13-Homeetead P.-T. A. Charles T. Fucha, Sr, was given Present besides Mr. Fuch and

tf the Miami Lake: presented I tion.Mln meeting at I p. ov in Neva KingCooper a shower of presents and a surprise the host and hostess were: Mr. and
Ethel: B. VtvMl Miss School.: Mrs. Fred R. Link and their granddaughter -
Redland farm Life School with pot luck luncheon on Nov.
Irma Griffin ttnt-sxitibp. Tramp Nov S3-Men'*. night at the Miss Ruth Link of Rhode
a large American flaf at the November 11, the "VID -f1nt
Tramp" and The Boola Song" Woman's Club of the Redland anniversary Island; Mr and Mrs. Fred Fuch
meeting of the Redland accompanied tar Mia Jennie Sue j Nov. M-..Sacred Heart dub of his birth, by Mr and Mr*. Fred and their son Freddie; Chas. T.
P.-T. A. m the school Monday! Rogers. Msrtyrts Forte gave the |ard party. Redd hi*son-in-law and daughter Fucha, Jr., and his daughter, Jane;
evening, and Hayes Wood, part I reading "Thli la the Flag tor a. Nov. W-Garden Cub meeting at their home on Avocado drive Richard Fuchs; and Annabel and
exalted ruler, spoke on Ameri- Me". and Carol Virginia Lee cave with Mr. C. P. Jackson. After the luncheon Mrs. W. H. Teresa Redd and Uttte Marion An-
ceafenv Principal Carl Wagner the reading The Little. Peddler". Nov. Is-SpaghetU supper ia Woods took froup picture denolLI
arc! Sated the flag and thanked the Mr*. Tom Torbert sang "The Sacred Heart Club rooms.
w Elks lot tM Merest they had Star Spangled Banner accompanied Nov. 2 -Sacred Heart Spa-
shown and for tie gift Mrs. C. Oapp Mrs. Wolfe Mrs. Radford, CLASS TO STCDY
by Miss Beetle Roberts, ghetU supper and cake and pie I
Mrs. lung Mrs. Smith Mrs. W. 17. s. amtmmo
X. ichenberger; presided.
and the Naranja TrIo Cha Elchtnberger. sal la clubroom from I to Iclock.
,' W. Bertha Mrs. Abbkr.. Mr* M J. Bond reported that E. J. Graham and WU-
Emma Mover,Mrs. Ben Flower I of
the welfare committee" has given! lard Henderahott. played "Star Nov 17-Two one-act plays presented Homestead at a meeting
Mrs. Wakefield, Mrs. E. J I held at the home of Miss
five pair of she* this month and and Stripe Fotem" and "Old by junior in Redland audi-
three bundles of clothing and thatglasses Par torium. Draper, Mr*. HauamaO. Mr*, Ceo. I LobdeU made plan for a study of
Cooper, Mr. R. K. Edward. Mrs. the constitution of the United
have been furnished to Mr Warner announced that the Nov. Clubof
Dan Groover and Miss Ruth
four children. ; acuity would present the play homestead Thanksgiving party at State
I FOX'j Preterit were: Mr*. Bertha Edwards -
the membership chairman reported "The Whole Tonrnt Talking" on clubhouse at 8 p. m.
I The Sidney Lanier Mrs. D. W. .
Shetzllne, Mrs.
that there are now sixty: i'December 12 to.the auditorium. Dec. Buainess meeting of
'bunior Woman's Club of Home the Chaucer Guild will meet in Ora NelT, Mn. R. J. Shepherd Mr
I ltead.I Homestead at the home ot Mr*. L. I J. M. Dobbin Mr E A. Ennla.Mr .
I CHARTER MEMBER LIST OF HOMESTEADB. I I Dee -Hometead P-T A. executive L Bow Sunday afternoon. *. N. G Ball and MU Lobdell.

AND P. W. C. HELD OPEN TILL DEC. 6 : committee meeting at 10,I
a. m. j
The newly orf nlaed Homestead I man. and Mrs. Ralph S. Shortt a* Dee. 3-w*. M. S. meeting In and Professional I health chairman. Each chairman Methodist Church. \
;, n club voted Friday w"m'l!,wa Instructed to select the other Dec. Reception for the Rev I PRIZES
"'0d the charter member Hit member of her committee Mrs. E. L. Nelson at the home of Mrs.I Ia !
:,)r additional signatures till thee Collier named Mrs, Myer and Mrs. W. Johnston at S:38. i I "
next meeting night. Dec.9 A constitution -I Lamar Dickinson as other mem- Dec. Redland Ladle Aid j| ; FORBoysGirls
\ and bylaws In harmony ben of the membership committee Christmas supper and bazaar at : .
w ith those of the National Federation Chairmen of other standing committee Redland Woman's Club .<...... >
of Business and Professional will be announced in December Dec. 6-Pot luck dinner bulldlI\C.1
Women Club were adopted. I Mr*. Bow said. brass and Professional Womea's
Mn Ben Archer WM elected I In honor of Mrs. France S. Club at home of Mrs. L> L Bow at!
corresponding secretary, and Mr*. Duaanberry who la soon to leave (.SO.
L L. Bow, the president, announced I for her home In New York City I Dec. Homeitead 'P.-". A.
the appointment of Mn. the club decided to have a potluck meeting at tlO: to Neva King How would you like a nice--rich-deticioiu
Win. J:. Myer ai program com- dinner at Its next meeting I Cooper School. ICE CREAM SODA?
mittee chairman Mr & F. Col- Friday, Dee. 0, at '10 retell in Dee. 10-,Pot hick luncheon
list a* membership chairman the Revere tf Mr* Bow on Avocado meeUog of members Of M1IuIt f-
Mrs.Wm.John a* publicity chairMis. drive. al Aaaoeiatlon and theirs at If you are from 3 to 12 years of ace you may

Koeatlint bom*. have one FREE. And you nay be the very boy .

J 3. MeLENDOVGIVES Chriitint Hughes. Misses Jennie Dec. 1J-1J-Redland faculty or girl that wins the Bicycle-Electric Train-
play "The Whole Towns Talk
BRIDGE: PARTY and Ruth Tower. Mia Beth Hunter In,." I Big Talking Doll-or one of the 14 other prizes.
Four table of bridge were In Mill Betty Bowen, Mia Jean
rU% at a party given by .In. J. J. Parman, Mln Bobble Summerlln I Dec 14-Junior Woman's dub
tendon at her home on N. W. Mia Lelia Bollard, Miss Dorothy of Homeitead charity Club.Dec. .ball atHomestead All you have to do is clip the entrance blank
Fourth street Wednesday after- Brannon. I 17-Meeting of Woman'sClub I in this advertisement and have your daddy or
noon. Mr*. H. P. McDaniel won R. E. and Ernest Sherard Herman ,
both the high score prtee and the Thomas.Alvah Taylor. Labon of the Redlands.DEMONSTRATION mother-or even "Aunt Het" put your nameon

ut prize. Mia Miriam Burton Blahop. Jame Roberta, Ben Sellers I it. Then make them bring you in to the Dixie

v, given the low score priie I D. H. Dellinger. Harry Brown CLfB Drug before 6 o'clock! Monday afternoon, Nov. 25.
A chicken salad count! was Earl Smith, WhItney Beam Sam CHANGES MEETING: norms
+ \ed I Greenwood Bob Catiube, Johnnyand The Homestead Home Demonstration And what's more-rou will be given 200 votes in
Present beside those mentioned Tommy MofTett, Douglas Tower. I voted yesterday to the Boys' and Girls Contest which begins Satur.
+ taCI
'. "ere Mr*. John A. Webb, Mr. A. BiU McCbnnell. Austin New- haw meeting on Thursday I[ day morning, Nov. 23, and closes at 11 o'clock
I '. Ciln Mr P. B. Bird, Mn W man. Bert Nixon, Elden Cook.I mornings at 9:30 Instead of Thursday j Christmas Day.
C' Monroe. Mr*. A. A. Payne Mn. Laverne Owen Myron Grennell afternoon
!L E Schaff. Mr*. Ceo N. Sort.ntehjen I Edwin Ijiwrvnce Duke West Mrs. Mary Carlson of Miami !i
\ Mr/. Joel J. Robinson, i ::7H Cheshire, Leon Burnett, 'opened the meeting with a Come in with your mother or father and get
Mrs.. Bruce Ennls Mr*. Howard Alvin Simmons, ing The Bridge We'll Never',' all the rules and your coda.
Johnson Mr*. Bin Neoley, Mr*. Craig Wood and Don Livingston.cim ,Croat". and gave a talk on P lturt. I
1 Dexter Home Mr R. L. Walker Mrs. A. D. Smith gave a report ot i I
and Mil Elblae Bradley In-DEB the November council meeting held
ELECTS OFFICERS In Miami last Friday Mrs.S.A.1 I The Dixie Drug
CO-ED CLASS ATTENDANT* REWARD In its clubhouse to elect officers. best Christmas table decoration iMr '
8 L West superintendent of Iva Dyil Was made" prett- *. A. D. Smith and Mr*. Harry -| Your Rexall Store
the Baptist Sunday school gave dent; Helen West, secretary, Ma- Wolf were named hostesses,
tile Co-ed Class I wiener roaat bel Williams treasurer; Betty for December Mr*. Ceo. N.
at the bay near the Florida City Bowen, membership chairman; field and Mrs. W. D. Wlke-I'
canal Friday evening a* a reward .Virginia Frk*. social chairman; January, and Mr*. Frank ;._......____._1933
for having an attendance of fifty and Mary lUnaon, scribe. man, and Mrs. Otis
About sixty were prevent Alvah Tht club will meet each Wednesday .I February To the DWe Drug StoreI
twnlng. Those present >..**) ....... L D.I
Those present Included: the
and Mrs C. N. Walker, JoI,. !I Name ...........................?................?_..._........_...
Mrs. Went Mn and Mr*.
Nolan. Mia Alice Hobaon. 1t"1 I Address ....._..............................?.._.._.....__...._...

Oarabel Smith, Miss Hatel E'b NewPERMANENT as a contestant in the Dixie Drug Store
station Mla Annie Hartley Nall r-' .Flattering
Lillian Johnson Mia Nora Akers.I Contest for Boys and Girls subject to

Min Edna Bigger, Mia Marjorie 1 rules and regulations as set forth by you.
Sullivan, Mia Mar)* Marry, Mia

Monica fort*. IHisbetn Name ............................................
llnger Mill Beam W.... Mir. .

gross Prick Mia Lola Cap-I 'I".. Address ...........................-..........
Miss Louise Pnuilngton, '
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More Power, More Room, -

More Speed, More Safety ,, M cast-aUa act...Www.ct.ble..... fMt.ad4-ntc1k wh .... Y... THERMIQUE!


in the r.:: for .-;.::.the V1es..
c. Croquignole Spiral Combination: $6 $7
Vey nee laaiat teakararoe. amI cwlt II per
1936 PLYMOUTHSee ... baler" Pt.oe. for OFpoinuases-call "
> lot full IoforceainaBush's BOAPtESS OIL SHAMPOO HA."fD1D ARM MABIAQB

It today at ''I Barber Shop alANICUUKO FINGER WAVE*-ay Itr.-a.

Lawrence & Beauty Parlor I Pat's Beauty: ParlorBoos.llLrr.ltra.Skk.

Bros.. .
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MISS LILta dad"7.bperZUe 'zr11i: t i !

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Friday. November 22. a\)

REnrnoN: is rLAXNEO 'r rI
The Woman's Auxiliary of thePresbyterian THE REDLAND CAFE
1 Social Events I Church will give al ... 1
reception fee the. Rev. E. U Me*.,t A. NABOBS fn*
et* .f Atlanta at Palm Lodie. sv.Yty r Dr.'r1'ER soc 1
the home .f Mr. and Mrs. R. W. VEGETABLE PLAte U* CLl'B BREAKFASTS Me up
Johnstoa.on Dec Sat a.W e'ekwk.I ruin LCNCH WITH DESSERT: AND DUNK Me

FIRS A. R. PRATT IS GIVEN PLEASANT Mr. Nelson la expected to arrive
Nov at, and to preach hare DeeM

,;Last Friday afternoon, MM. A. leclpkeut. I I for Kite. I'eOI1Itioe wePt'
yesterday at a* aft day!
: .R,,Pratt was surprised whew Mn.oIJL Taking part In the party, meeting held at the name of Mrs.R. .!1
P. Wollaw and Mrs C. Champ besides mu'::' Y. Burr m CouMs Each __I t
Mrs. PL M. Mrs. Ceo. A.
bee reported ea a chapter of the Make Florida More
*. j. appeared with Ice cream, cake, West Mo. Cheeky Sauoders. Jln.j!mtasiost book Vie group la stvdyS. -
and other tokens of remembranceto c. V. Barnes Mrs Edna $ .
celebrate th eighty-sixth arm*. Mn. Art Helchert Mr*. E. C. All-
) versary of her birth. A little man. Mn. T. T. Bowen. Mrs X.Cravejr Plane were made for holding a .. I Beautiful
,* members of W. M. U Crete Mn. Lamar Xcndrtck.Mn. .j rununase sale in Gould on Dee.H .
bringing a big later:1 at 1 o'clock i
came birthday Alta Muter. MM Edna Big-
,and a shower of other gifts, "1'1, Mir Louise Barnes and WQ1- Present were: Mrs. J. M. Noi-j' .,
to the surprise and pleasure : ard Barnes. ferty Mrs. L. O. Ituules. Mrs. C .
ot-:: I Ben Phunmer, Mrs. D. P. I5k:1] Do it with flowers Just received a new
Mrs. H. J. ArmetnmK. Mrs. :
If JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB OF HOMESTEAD I Arthur Mrs. a S. Wolfe and Mrs.] thipnient of


kI"'charity ball will be IPOD-d';; dolya' Moore. Mrs. H. 'T Oxford WOMANV' CT.VB PARTY PLATSTHANKSGIVING !', Rose Bushes, 25c

yhli the Junior "Woman's Club of Mn. Oeo. Fitzpatrick. Mrs. JoelJ.
Members of the Woman's dub
;Homesteid at the Homestead Robinson, Mrs. too. Sormlchsen.
f of Homestead and their husbands
.' Mrs. Marvin Shaw, Mrs. E. A. Ale of Flower Tomato
1' Country Club Saturday night Buchanan. Mrs. Carl Tweedell will have a Thanksgiving party at a new shipment Seed seed. .

JDec. 14, for the benefit of a dUiidm1' I Miss Eloise Bradley, Mir tactile I o'clock Day of the in evening the clubhouse of Thanksgiving Squash seed and Bean seed. See this high germinating i
t empty storing fund far Bevis Mores Alice and Grace
Bomesteed. The dance committee Hobson, Mir Elinor Cooper and Friends are cordially IIIvllecLMIlS seed before you buy. t
Miss Pearl Whitaker Min Inexl Mica Miriam Burton. tr\
Branch and MUM Elton Huff made I Members-elect present wen BtSHOR HOSTESS r
":IU report Monday evening at al Mn. Herbert Turner Mrs. Theo.J. TO BRIDGE CLCB i !I
I Mrs. D. J:. Bashor hostess
chili supper given in the Dieter, Mrs. W. B. Caves, Jr.. ,i
last week to the Wednesday Bridge,,
p stead Covntry Club. Horae-I Mrs. L. B. Danny, Mrs. Edward

'and?.IoIn.Min Don tntt Ferreyra Bevia, were Miss BrookerMua Dorothy Deden Thelma and Turner.Mho I,I till Club the which cropping will season not meet Is ever scam I I' The Kilgore Seed Co. !

Those present were: Mr and
teases."Other ho.-I Louise Penamftoa. I Mrs. Walter Talbott. Mr. and Mrs. I'
members present Mrs. Wallace Graham end Mrs. ; bone 63 Homestead. Fla.SEARS .
Chas. Cox Mr. and Mrs. Donald
:, Mrs. Elbert Froscher. Mn. Paul Loaner were visitors. j I .
Talbott, Mrs. Tram Longo Mrs !
I Rosalie Chapman aDd Mr. and ,
GIFT SUGGESTIONS J I'I Mn Goo. Reed Mrs. M. A. Baker Mrs. Bashor '
GIVEN TO CLOD J! Miss Helen GrunwtU and Miss
Mrs. Mary Carlaon demonstrated!I'Estelle Turner. I
I 'method* of block printing and i]j I
inethodi of making bags and otherattractive
Christmas gifts to the,! REDLAND WO*.\V8 CLVB :
Holland Home Demonstration, VOTES ON NEW MEMBERThe SUPER-VALUE DAYS I !
Ctob in the Redland Community' Woman's Club of the Red- :
lands conferred membership on
;,Church yesterday forenoon. Food I
Values, Mrs. E. M. Vrano at its meeting!
: planning of meals and labo -
\ > ,the elubhouse. Tueaday.Club mesa I
saving tdilvtcel' to the hortna
ben were requested to buy Christmas -/
Weft discussed.
r ;'. ___._ &_L_ _L. & .. .. seals. Mn. B. A. W the I A Sears Nation Event!
T A vow laun snoweo mil me''
president, presided. I
j members prefer to have theirmeeting '
Others present were: Mis. xl* J:.j! I
in the afternoon. Mem-
,_ ben will be notified of the Schumacher Mrs. E. A. Carter.I
next I Continues Thru Saturday November 30th
I meeting data,AI.... Seymour Dane Mrs. G o. W. Turner J(. Mr&, ,
Chas. Mm. M. A.
> the president aonouBoed. Turner Baker.|I II
Mrs. W. M. Brodie. Mrs. Mtrthai
Others present included: the I Lang Mrs. Seymour Dane. Mrs./
Values to !
I Bringing Timely Shoppers
and I
Mrs. M. A. Soper. Mrs W. F. Stfllman. Mrs. L.O. Ruggles,
Joe Lake. Mrs. M. J. Brackert and I Mn. H. JI Armstrong Mrs. ana
Mrs. R. B. Hampton of Miami:I Stewart and Mrs. Geo. W. Turner, Now! Holiday Housewares
Mrs. Ceo. W. Turner, Jr.. Mrs. El-',Sr. |

1 I' son bert, Mrs fraecher Walter Mn.Thompson Mary ':":::1 I I I PRESSURE Og J OVAL 1 r-o '

c. J. Parman. Mrs. Ceo. Kelly,' SACRED HEART CLUB I COOKERS O-. ROASTERS Jl _
Mrs. E. A. Carter Mrs. Frank|TO SERVE SPAGHETTI {1! y
Stillman. The Sacred Heart Club will give M Valuet"Doublewair
Mn. Chas. Lair. Mrs. Heavy cast aluminum, 9 $1.89
E.X Barnes, Un R W. Prothero,I a spaghetti supper and hold a cake!i
Mn. J. D. 'Wysong Mrs. U D.I! and pie sale In its clubroomTuesday. quart size.Cooks without / type roasters

Stoker, Mn. W. W. Cunningham,I No,.. N, from S to I, water, saves time, flavor, ., that assure you of
Mrs. H. F Mitchell, Mrs. C. L.1 01ock.: | energy evenly cooked roast
'Ooley, Mrs. A. W. January, Mn. Everyone la cordially Invited to, '
Blue enamel size 16/=
,Ceo. E. Deuel. Mrs. J.f.. Forte, attend I 11-Quart .$1195 ,

-- I 16-Quart .. .....$1193 19Rfl.

Card of Thanks I Ir OBLONG ROASTERS, with re-
DUTCH OVENS values J- movable Ira,.. .1... yal_ A,-

aaa deeply appreciative at the vote gives sne at the city quart slse.very 8elf>bastlilleata e.v e r. reed Housekeeping by Geed $2.29

sauces last Friday might and will do my almost m behalf a* evenly $1.09

oar city if I am elected aa a member *f the _...u. 22x13x931.
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J. G. WYNN 79c

Candidate STOOLS $229 Values, in Brilliant

Blue Enamel oval 1 roast.
9Sc Values. 26-inch high
These hold 23-pound
L j stools, reinforced with en.
steel Can be used as lad U

I der also. Natural Pine. ,
Card of Thanks 11.1 values la (C 1 sSQ
FOOD CHOmCRS. SLIP YaI 4bra" IIHltts1H slse 9 a W 9 ;
"Emc.r with
family miss
I whk la thank the Imbue for the veto W ....... tin aaceaaableplatea f

saa at Ice caws I will strive to merit a eeUma a W year $1.39 Waterless 349

........ COOKERS

JOEL BURTON SWEEPERS CARPET 255 m Save energy I-OwrlSlaa as well as

c....... food-values in cooking

FOR CITY COUNCILMAN $3.75 Value .Tidy Maid'F Holiday dinners.'

sweepers, with ball-bear Heavy aluminum cooker

I ing, bristle brush. Sears ,--.. with rUE! proof clamp

EXPERT: RADIO REPAIRING Priced and relief-valve cover.Bealevard .

M. D. JtCOBSSX. rr... i SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO.STOCE S to -JSatordayi
ISIS to kith .... I to S
eta N. Krone Anne Poore Sift i IIIAMII

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Pace Ten THE ENTERPRISE Friday, November 22,1935.

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I GIVEN SHOWER CORAL GABLES MEETING The board of steward of die
I I Mr*. Pete Morgan entertained Thursday night the members of Homestead Methodist Church hejd
shower at her horn on Nov. the Senior League of the Homestead -
..............-- I 14 nah of her liter, Mr*. A.: Methodist attended a union at Its the November meeting.
home of and Mr* R. E.
i HIGH LEAGUES GIVE I Jennie Lobdell was given by Circle S. Rivers. A drawing contest was meeting In Coral Gables. They Scott, Jr. Monday night
THANKSGIVING PROGRAMThe | Three at the home of Mrs J. H. enjoyed by all but the prize wa mat at the church at seven o'clock Those present were: Mr J. E.
carried off Mrs Gotch Kufeldt. and went In a group to the meet-
Webster Mia Lobdell led the by
Davis Mrs
High Leagues of Riverside, i Chester Redd the Rev.
Sellers Glade and Homestead I Bible study and Mrs. H. L. Brownled Later a salad course was served. Ing. A. Korstllne, J. G. Wynn, A.
.....,. ......
I Methodist church held a union the devotional. Those attending were: Mr*. B. ---"" B. Slagle, Geo. Smith, David
meeting m the Homestead church, Present were! Mr*. Dan Williams I G. Branch Mrs. A. Vickers, Mrs. GIRL SCOUT NEWS Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Scott
.. on Thursday night of but week. Mr Leo Peyser, Mr*. Casper C. H. Bigger, Mrs. M. P. Wollam I
Sellers Glade received the attendance I William, Mr*. H. P. McDaniel, i, Mr*. Chapman, Mrs. Frank :Reed, By Mary Arthur, Scribe
banner and Rlvenlde, the.5icieney Mr. John Williams Mrs. A. A. Mrs. Emeriti Douberly. Mrs. ,
e banner. Mia Clarice Koestline, Mrs. IV B. Bird, Mr*. Chas. Martin Mr*. Della Morgan 1-- of the Home- DR.M.A.BERGERDentist

Brown, president of the union pre--i Mrs. Lottie Smith, Mrs. Henry wag held on Nov.
sided. 'I Kufeldt, Mr*. Kufeldt, Mr*. Sam Skill's home.
Mia Vera Reeder, program Mr*. Joel J. Robinson, Mrs. A. B. 'Ingle, Mr. Chesley Saunders,I
I Starting Dec. T, tuberculosis
Slagle Mel."Clee. Sonnlchsen, Mrs Barney Douberly Mrs. Fred
chairman, presented the
will be sold the Homestead
by -
Thanksgiving program: fuUoW1n'1 I Mrs Brown Kiss Lobdell. Miss McCraw Mrs. W. V. Lott, Mra.I Girl Scout who Will have 36 N. Kronte AvenueUpstairs

reading by Miss Reeder with piano, Helen Livingston and Mr*. Webster I Gotch Kufeldt, Mrs. Grady Pope, full charge ot the sale in Home-
accompaniment by Miss Roberta I Mr*. Earl Pacettl Mrs. Jessie stead. l
l I Circle Four had a quilting seal Greer and Mrs. Chester Redd.
Easten; the songs, "I Need Jeaui'Help" I slon and a short business meetingin I Lucille West U planning .. .... (}tI :;Iro ra-g:3G-4:30: : ::
yl and "Help Somebody Those sending gifts were: Mrs.
day" by the group; Scripture To-I the Sunday school building.. ,J. R. Pope Mra. Lamar Kendrick pot balanced meal in which sba. '. ....,JmINUO&f
Mr*. N. G. Ball the Scripture will figure quantities and pricesfor
Ing by Earl Philips; prayer by Mrs. Bob Harris Mrs. J. C. Lott
and Mrs. J. E. Davis offered food for a camping supper f APPt/Ct1'l11ILr, !
Eaatin, reading, 'Tint Frulta", by Mrs. Franklin Marsh, Mrs. B. F.
Miss June Patterson; and three I prayer. Mrs. Eddie Hobson King and Mr*. Frank Irwin Saturday, Nov. 23, at Mrs. SkiIl"Ihome. I
talk "Thanksgiv served refreshment I The girls' mothers, fathers,
Thanksgiving *-
ThOR Mrs. Dexter brothers and sisters are invited to
I present were -
Here Elsewhere" MissBrown
ing and by
I Smith, Mr*. A. S. Moye, Mrs. JUNIOR a Y. P. U. the campfire. Each girl I* to tell
"The Small Things" by
.. GOES ON HIKE: Lucille by Thursday whether or
Mollle .
and "Let's Wingate Mr* E. A. Ennls, I
Miss Martha Murphy
\ Look Into Thanksgiving" by Missy :. Mrs. Ball Mrs. Davis and Mrs Member of the Junior B.Y.P.U. I not she and her family will go. DR. B. E. GATLIN
.1 Helen Hobson. of the First Baptist Church met at, We worked on our map and the .

'J The Partridge league voted to buy a new I I the church Tuesday afternoon and,I tenderfoots studied nature. Games Dentist
hiked out'to the Jas. Gilmer home. and refreshments
i efficiency banner and to exclude I REDLAND AID PLANS I were played
Homestead from the cabinet meet FOR SUPPER AND BAZAARA After sandwiches and punch had I served by the hostess, Lucille West
.. ings. | been served and game had been Geraldine RelU Is next hostess. Office in Hausman Bdf.!
special meeting of the Ladies' played they hiked back to town. |I
Miss Nella Sauls then directed
Aid Society of the Redland Com-
some games, and Mrs. J. E..cIoae.II munity Church wa held Wednesday The children were accompanied Phone 851 mj
by Mrs. Frank Irwin, their lead.
counselor of the Homestead group afternoon to discuss plans for
: served jello and cake. the Christmas supper and bazaar er and Mr*. C. E. Sounder and HOMESTEAD, FLORIDADR.R.S.AKERS
Wednesday afternoon the executive Mrs. Bert Andrew Mrs. Gilmer
; society will give on Friday,
: committee of the Homestead Dec. 6, In the clubhouse of the assisted In entertaining the children PALL
while they were at her home.B. .
t HI meeting
Woman's Club of the Redlands. i
at the home ,. It wasj The chicken dinner will be served I Y. P. U.'s present Included: I E
attended by Miss Souls Miss Nina Bullard Elizabeth Hall, Mar-
from ( to 7:30 p. m. Mrs Thos
I )orle Moaer. Miss Waunita Mar-I Brewer will have charge of the jorie Webb, Edna Forte. Wanda
line Miss Naomi Davis and kitchen and Mrs. M. A. Baker of Martin, Bobble Nell Hulsy Madena
Helen Bradley. I Ii the dining room. I Gilmer Doris Cheshire, June DENTISTOffice
Cheshire Eldred Gilmer, Alfred t
i Present at the meeting were:
W. M. U. CIRCLES I Mr*. M J. Brownlow Mr*. Baker Saunders, Gerald Andrew, Sonny Hour: t am.tolp.el'.
PLAN FOR SALE Mr J. F. McCullough Mrs. Geo. Peters Jack Webb Lynne Irwin I Sunday 9 I* II
W. Turner Jr., Mrs. Geo. E. Felix Bullard, Vaughn Gilmer, RayAndrew. i
.. A sale of miscellaneous: goods timed galnrda/a
t will be sponsored by the Women'sMissionary Mr*. A. W. January, Mrs DPuel'l ., Charles Robinson I Harry I| General
\ Society of the Home Jackson, Mrs. C. Ben Hall Ralph Andrews, Harry I Ii I Free Parking Space '
stead XleUirJatt'Church: 'on Dev I Mr*. Geo. W. Turner Sr., i Brothers, Arthur Hall, Jack Mc- Public: Utilities
7. the members decided at circle : F. W. Stlllman. Mrs. Brewer Michael and' Richard Biggers.W. .' 1744'N.V': I.TH ST, If lilt

meetings held Tuesday afternoon. I H. J. Armstrong Mr*. Anna Mr"1 I Homestead Phone M$-H I PHONE: tSISt
Circle) One which met with Mrs. i aersmlth arid Miss Estelle Turner. M. 'U. I

C M. Redd devoted the afternoon I HAS ALL DAY MEETINGW.

to quilting Mrs. H. M. Gibbs led ROYAL POINCIANA GROVE M. U Circle Four held an all ..,
the devotional and a short business I HAS CITIZENSHIP PROGRAM day meeting Tuesday at the home'

meeting was held.Present Royal Poinciana Grove gave a of Mr*. R. E. Edward when Mrs. Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick
) were: Mrs D. L. Bowen. I citizenship program at the homeof Catherine Pickard taught the mission -
Mrs. Glbba, Mrs. Vlvan Booth, Mr, Florence Pacetti on Nov. study text, "The ConqueringChrist.
Mr*. J. A. McNeill, Mr*. Geo. 14. ." | Graduate, Oberlin Conservatory and RoyalConservatory'
Smith Mrs. Corbett Geiger and During the social hour a hand-
A pot luck luncheon wa enjoy-1 I
Mrs. Redd. kerchief shower was given for ed. of Leipzig'PIANOFORTE
Mr*. Anna Nabors wa hostess Mr*. W D. Coker and Mr*. Blanche !
to Circle Two at the Redland Chapman who had birthday this Those present were: Mrs. Julia !
Cafe Mrs Geo. Ranson gave a month. The hostess assisted by Polk Mrs. Hollister Sage Mrs A., ANUTHEORY'Redland
devotional on "Thanksgiving". An I her daughter Miss Louise, served D. Smith. Mrs. S. H. Fitch Mrs. !

nouncement was made that the i shrimp salad, crackers and coffee A. J. Van Matter, Mr*. Pickard j Road Near Biscayne Drive' Phone 1422
musical tea held at the! home of Present besides those mentionedwere Mr T. D. Plchi and Mr. Edwards. ;

Mrs J. L. Ballard cleared eight I : Mr*. Sarah Martin, Mrs
dollar Nora Smith Mrs. Bert Branch'I 1'
Present at the meeting were: I Mrs. Bessie Brady Mrs. Alice i Eva Estelle Sullivan

Mrs L. O. Showalter Mrs H. Walters Mrs Fred Rhodes, Mrs. -
Barker, Mrs E. S. Capllnger, Marl Altman Mrs. Ada Young, Teacher" of Pianoforte WINTER: RATES
Ballard Mr*. Ranson Mrs B'I Mrs. Thelma Radford, Miss Montese I BEGINNERS A SPECIALTY I
and Mr*. Ora Neff a visitor. Pacettl, JNeese Altman andStanley III N. E. 2nd Ave. Homestead j I

A handkerchief shower for Miss-I Wittkop. I ------1 jI I j NOW IN EFFECT : '

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the Physical Culture Hold man tlua unrfsclmy-. delightful:: and
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Friday, November 22,1935. 'THE LEADER ENTERPRISE rare Eleven

: i( imately two hundred letters containing -
.1'fi1" THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER I awls will be mailed to the I
people of the district and each
TS BT OBOE L, u now I.JBJURUK Individual receiving seals ls asked CLASSIFIED ADS ,
. --_..,._-_..,," -" I to buy to the full extent of his : :1, 1I LimtAtT HOURS Nor sickness: nor pain. ability RATS: First iqaarfjon loft a lint;. M** IMM, UMMtMnsI :
it_,, W.dM. hldlo71.'taT, Thu.i...-.|,i f.S-w..tmdys .... tie.s.W. Of body and brain The booth sales everywhere a line _|
I. a-rt: *-4. tSit Can turn you away from the thing I Mrs. Qulnan explained, are known
.( that you want as "penny catchers', and while
E. 'II "BOOK WEEK" from If dogged and grim you besiegeand any small amount raised this wayIs I )
ev.A.. "Sovimber 17 to :33, *> we bought beset It, I' greatly appreciated it is on the RENT-UpsUIrs apartmc WE will select several young
"BW book the other dSiy-Mnsybe YOU'LL GET IT. response to letters that the association with bath and privilege of ..- ladles from Homestead vicinity J
vid'H. ftb not be much read nor evensuited And depends for most of Its I I with
that's that At least take rage Mrs. H. S. Fitch. Kings knowledge of shorthand a
on rare occasions, but I a glance at this book, student or| operating funds.Central Highway, East and typing, to train Immediatelyfor
i t good book Just the ume.i non-student This is a helpful secretarial positions Write
- "The Student's Hand Book" little handbook and on every page IWHEN IT'S AN I FOR RENT-Bedroom with kitch- Schoeck Secretarial Trninin! : ;t
William Allen Brooks and It you will find a word a sentence. I en privileges. Mrs,'.Wayne Calk- Alton, Illinois. (pn29)h
R [[reference volume on student a paragraph 'to read mark and I 1 i Ins, Homestead. .,ii/+ (pn22
blems. It was four yean Inhi Inwardly digest" MISCELLANEOUSRELIABLE I
making and four hundred edu- FOB ty furn ,
jators, leaden In their field, were Xmas Seal Sale I RENT-MIA' In- WATCH REPAIRING. (
lted for Information, ,uld- : us- eI W. H. Woods, McCrory Arcadr
ce and advice, and the result 1s Thanksgiving Day I I
FOR RENT-I-rtf6m'tm\liJe. HEMSTITCHING wnlt.
of the most useful and I 1 turn- you
prac- I I iahed or unfurnished. Silver' Singer sewing machines and r..
cat "Help Books. Some of the Mrs E.B. Qulnan executive secretary I
objects discussed are: Student of the Dade County Tuberculosis I Palm! road. Apply Mrs. K' L. pale*. Mrs: Wm. H. Booth
10t Kelly Silver Palm across from F. E. C. station.
Lan Funds-how and where to Association spent Monday ;, I
pply (This should Interest a lot I Iin Homestead making arranget I It P (pnUj PIANO TUNING and repairing.
Of students In and out of school),,t t ments for the pending Christmasseal FURNISHED BEDROOM. Modern Good used piano far kale cht' p. >
"130,000,000 in scholarships ell- isle to be launched in the 51o 1 conveniences. Garage available. W. t Koon. 115 N.ffird St.
- ',;lbility and other data, listed. Spare ,, county Thanksgiving Day. --YoU = I Mrs. C. W. McEwen. 18 I* E.i I
time Work for College Students I IJid'you 1 Plans were made for Girl Scouts Uth St. (s27tf) WANTED
ever ,hear t>( the A.B.C. to conduct the booth sale on Dec I I I _
;horthand System' Well, here It 7. Mrs. Frank Skill, scout leader o FOR RENT-by the year or for WANTED-Furnished apartment '
it. iTa this book, a complete course i iIJ. will be In charge of the group, and:--.. ...... -.---....-, winter season 7-room nicely I near center of town. Will rent on ,
J lessons-just as plain as day i ital she will be assisted by Mrs .E. furnished home. screened 1 yearly basis Apply Leader-En- jlterprlse
there are some helpful hints, H. Miner. While the booth sale I Service StationG. porches, fireplace electrlo stove fl
oa how to hold that first Job- f tor I Iou -'ii last only one day citizens of I I Apply Eva E. Collins, Federal J
> get It. Did you ever read Ber-I ; section are urged to show W. DRIGGERS, Prop. Highway at Biscayne drive. RAGS WANTED-The Leader-
toll Braley's philosophy of success? their co-operation In the drive] PHONE IUS-J, HOMESTEAD FLA. Enterprise will swap classified ,

Here! .it Is. Quoted by Bennett Biz-,, I from its very beginning Approx FOR SALE I advertising wiping ruff!.or 7a subscriptions a pound allowed for. ,

I MU in nu contribution to this FOR SALE-Furnished 8-room I 'for"c\in'\; rags, white or color
book "The 'I
Spirit of Adventure In'
t house modern garage. 12200. ed. Knit underwear preferred.
learning"XUMI i I I Ifflt .

., To go you out want and a fight thing for bad it enough:I'! A GOOD USED CAR I Terms.. Inquire LeaderEnterprise. (n22tf-) REAL ESTATE '

Work day and night for it, 1 FOR SALE-t turkeys, 25o lb., REAL ESTATE!-Those who wantto
Give up your time and your peace FROM A RELIABLE DEALER 3 ducks, ISc lb.; Carissa plants buy or sell Redland District
- jLand your sleep for it, SSc! to '1.1I0 each; calamondlns' real estate will find up-to-date
"I If only desire: it I MEANS A RELIABLE USED CAR ISc qt.; kumquats lie qt. Mrs.! listings In our office. Many o(
, Makes you mad enough; Ceo. W. Koset. i these listings are still at subnormal -
Ntwf to lire of it, prices. We shall appreciate
.Wake you hold all'other .ttmsjsgUawdry I 1929 Forw Truck-Flat Body-Good condition FOR SALE-Child's high chair: either your inquiries or
and""cheap For It, 1 with aluminum tray Also crib. your listings, all of which will
'1 1 We MfIN..u. empty and unless 1926 Ford T Truck-Light Mn. Anna Backer Modello. have our best attention. Now tithe
1 without It, (pn22)) time to buy B. w. Morris,
Ud all that you scheme and you 1929 Ford Cab Truck-Single wheel-new tired FOR SALE-Rip. Rap pointers, now associated with It. A. Cameron
i dream Is about It, N. W. 1st St.. In Citizens
well trained. Or make reservations
you gladly sweat for It, 1928 Ford Sport Coupe-Good shape-Cheap for hunting parties. Ed. Bank Bldg. Phone 72.

t .t for for It MIli 1932 JFord Tudor-New paint and upholstery win Vihlen. (nli-22)) ACREAGE AND GROVES .:;
_. your i lrio? S 'tl ti ii or"f'Stsoars SETS OF a baby Jan of tropical CHARLES I. BROOKS specializes
for it:;; = 1930 Ford Sedan-New top Jellies assorted celophane wrapped in Redlunds properties. I
t jou'U simply go after that thing packed in carton ready for Purchasers are in MIAMI MI
t. I 1931 Ford Standard Coupe-Repossession mailing. Mn. Bertha Edwards list with a broker you know to
: rioapaclty. Redland road between Plummerand be a REDLANDS BOOSTERSend !

,Strength and sagacity, 1928 Ford Tudor-Cheap-runs good Coconut Palm drives, your listing, with legal (
J>Faith hope and confidence!, stem (nlStf) description of land. price, terms .
,(*fptrUnacit7.U 1931 Chevrolet Town Sedan-Radio-good buy I eta Send postal and I will rall( '
neither cold poverty, famished MULE FOR SALE.S73. Pine Grove or give full Information to J. R. '
'and gaunt -priced right Dairy, 2 miles east of Princeton.F. (Dick) Brooks Homestead. '
,II" M. Dolai, Coral Gables Evergreen CHARLES I. BROOKS
1930 DeSoto Coupe-R. S. Priced cheapALSO 1232-J. ( 128 N. J;. First St.. Miami
with South Atlantic Mortgage Co.

'GUARANTEED a few cheap cars at good prices. FOR wonder SALE pepper 10.000 pn8111)i i j f

ready. C. F. Talbot
: USED CARS"at Bird Chevrolet Co. Silver Palm roads. (n8tf) I See and Drive the1936PLYMOUTIIS !

1" FRESH FRUIT Orsnges 8 peI .
the lowest possible W. R, BIRD Pres. F. T. SURER Vlce-prea. 1. L. BIRD See daily, for sale at Dr. Lloyd C.Shanklin' .

tu Phone 98 Homestead Fla. I grove corner Red-
,prices. See us for terms land road and Palm Ave., S. W.
of Homestead. President, Harmony -
( Health Food Co., Inc. atLawrence t
Lawrence Bros. f Fancy foods of all kinds. Address -

."'. '. Marine Work a Farm Machinery R. 1, Box 853.

Specialty Overhauled TOMATO pepper, broccoli plants. Bros.
C. F. Talbot Richard road and

''W., Maxwell SmithINSURANCE HOMESTEAD MACHINE SHOP I Silver Palm drive. oleo( ) 4

bath Inquire Leader-

Office In McCrory Arcade I POINSETTIAS-double and single i
any quantity. Fred Vihlen.
P. O. Box 1114 8. W. Second St. Homestead CATERPILLAR TEN tractor for
NEWT (G. BALL sale. Frank Bernecker. JrI I II I
Krome avenue and Silver Palm ,
I Notary Public -- --. I road. (s27tf) I I

SIRE: INSURANCE AND .............__.... .
vvDReu uxra: Deming Pumps and Water Systems Edwar J'Sftling I
H Rrarn AT
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Slip Joint Irrigation Pipe I Real Estate I I \

HOMESTEAD! LODGE NO. X' Kerosene Driven 'Irrigation Pumps I General FLORIDA Insurance CRT rife I !

I. 0. 0. F. Aermotor Windmills Cur, Palm Are.. sod At*. B I II
assets every Tuesday evening alI I I
'clock !. I.O.O.F. Hall N. W. I I i
1st street I Call, phone or write for my prices CO D
I Visitors WelcomeMilkFed II I f

R. ,H. MAGRUDERFactory i llanllar of any kind al any
Fryers time. Safe delivery guana-

rwn-FsUeiwd II Agent IftcL PHONE 513-W:

FRESH FEEUSUKS EGGS Phone Bay view 521 3121 Main Highway

Mrs. C W. McEwenI Coconut Grove i

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Pain Twelve THE LEADER ER-ENTERPRISE Friday,November 22;198S>

f These Prices Good Thru
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, i WED., NOV. 27 'IlkStji. t"

Closed All Day '

: ThanksgivingNov. .. ;;

1 ; ,Turkeys Roasting Western Chickens Pork Fresh Ham rrtM. :"

Nice and.TenderORD&RfNOW I 5 lo 11b.average H WroteIb.

1 FreshCranberries Ib.-----39c .------ 9C Old Time .;'


; -Z5 ,. FLOUR sIlb. lOc
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AUNT DINAH" can MONARCH I'..t en Armour's Star HockleasMOLASSES14c "
APPLES ] CORN-----25c Picnic Hams f
51bs.-----Z BULK Ib. DEL: MONTE N..I_a
GEORGIA DATES----17cS PEAS-----18c Ib.------Z3c ;o

j Sweet Potatoes Brown Sugar-15'c I'". 1b.- ----CRACKERSR--21c. STANDARD ;:

, 5 lbs.-----15c XXXX I Ikfi. M MUM OYSTERS "
JDAHO SUGAR 17c lb. 3'c GlUTS---18t
Qt Slu 5o bottle deposit PECANS-25c
6 Ibs.-----2Sc KCLLOCO'S: S lip I PORK AND tall can CALF
, Ib. - -Z9c
10 Ibs.---- 25C WATER GROUND liba. Crisco31b.can57c GREEK _Ib. GEORGIA BEEFPRUDENCE I,
.1 n. t CANS I for PUFFED pili, STEAKSAnyCutIb.lfC w
I'UV STEMNO.: \ 14c Rice or Wheat lOc
I So wbolttouoly riclen" .... HOLIDAY
Stew tint you add.third wuwUfcM NEW WINDSOR S RED KIDNEY N.f can ..
bMtinc.Boili.thrEnglish: : Peas-25c BEANSIOc
\ .ad... lamb-...uw.......are"10 Inert..|. STANDARD I Maw OCTAGON S TRY THIS
>j ttklu,(.*.?ful**4'.'NI,..... CORN ____25c lib.-45c SOAP CHIPS11ca.wProd.w :' t 1--
%- ..... Ik* Joe l in tho
STOKLEY'S OCEAN SPRAY PREMIER 0"* wrtk tin .>wytkd .
com**in|K* -
02 un Pumpkin Cranberry Sauce FRUIT COCKTAIL .Grand.kL R4 either.. .hot qtwCoro. **- t
.*re Z7cr
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No.2 y can I OC can----3t8c No.1 can.I5c.

YELLOW 31bs. NEW DAY Pknie Size 2 cans GEORGIA-BEEF Ib.

.t Onions lOcr Asparagus Tips Z3c Chuck Roast I7c:

SUNBURST 3 No.2 cans
Bartlett Pears
{' Grapes lOcFLORIDA : Fresh Florida ARl\IOUR"S AU.Good Butter 37c

dol. 3 tall cans No.2% can43c
Oranges ZOc Hamburger :lSc .
.7c JEW
IIUBOARD 4 to 5 I Ib.are. BIG JUICY II,.
Squash lb. 7c Chp.rngold 'Zlc: Hot Dogs :17c
.FRESH 2 bu t hei SLICED lb.

: J Parsley :I'Sc Ketchup TOMATO I SALAD MIRACLE DRESSING WHIP B. Bacon 37c + .

FANCY 2 lbs. .bottles.Z5c qtL jar---35c BULK COMPOUND Ib.

ParsnipsFANCY :lSc C 1L Lard :13c :

large stalk GEORGIA SMOKED Ib.

; Celery lOcFANCY : Bacon' 28cDAISY

{ ICEBERG per head 1 1 1 lb.

Lettuce :lOc W Cheese 23cfi


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