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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 26, 1937
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).

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Many Register for Child Psychology 'PLAN FOR CHESS CHECKERS]

Classes at Conclusion of P.-T. A. Talk

NOTREQUIREDFOR More than twenty parent signed from playmates and only 0.28 :'

; I up for classes In child psychology from their school teachers, Or. QUOITSANDSHOPPERS'RESTROOMINLEGIONPARKHERE

Main told her audience.
announced at the conI -
talk constituted the second I
i I elusion ot a talk by Or Nancy Her
which will develop
CAUCUS of the
1 I iHaln of Miami on "Parental In programs
the Homestead P.-T. As
fluence" before the Homeitead
Parent-Teacher Association lotFriday theme for the :year "Home, the
Builder" She a
In the Neva Great Character -
night King
:All Bona Fide Residents was presented by Mrs. E.{; 3. Dyalchairman ,
Cooper auditorium. The classes Red Cross Quota Here Chamber to Aid in Project

Eligible to Take Part win not be started until after of the program eommlt- Sponsored by Business i.
. Lacks Only 20 Members
i In NominatingNO Christmas, and parents and teach tee.Moral which Women
platitudes, upon
n wishing to take the count may
reared In Within M members of Home-
register for It by contacting Mrs children were :years gone
, RE-REGISTRATION Ben Archer, president, or Mn. by, do not suffice any more, Dr.. stead'a quota of 200 members In HIKE'IN INSURANCE
FOR JANUARY Main said. The machine age 'Is the Red Cross roll call as It officially
\ VOTING Landon Carney, secretary, of theHomestead RATE TO BE REMOVED
P -T A. giving more leisure to child u well ended yesterday, Mrs. KJ.

as to adults, and society must planto Dyal, who with Mrs J, R. Brooks
Mayor Harris Will Open Research child psychology has give the child something to do conducted the canvass In Homestead 0c Lower Premium for

, Meeting in School at determined 84% of their that knowledge children of receive right to occupy his increased leisure. announced that she would Residences in 1% Mile
Many difficulties In rearing not check Into headquarters in
8 P. M. Wednesday and wrong from the family, S
parental love, she said especially urged that those who had not bad 1
equipping -
Citizens who attend the town of child The the opportunity of joining bring the Co-operation In
In the case an only
caucus to be held in Neva KiniCooper STIFF BREEZES Park with chess and checkerboards
youngest child In a family Is al dollar membership fee to her home
and and ethersimple
tables, quoits
School auditorium next most'Invarlably a gad-about, and on N. J:. :Eighth street or call her
Wednesday night to select nominees PROTECT CROPS the middle child has a tendency to by telephone to she could send for recreational facilities for
for the city election In the amusement of visitors, was
l.n-I be neurotic; Dr Haln said. A It.
nary, will not be required to show neurotic person Is one who If suffering "I feel sure that there are 20 promised by the Redland District
registration. receipts in order to: FROMCOLDSNAP Chamber of Commerce Wednesday
fron en Inferiority complex persons who can and will contribute
take put the caucus voting, reports .: she said, and the thing to do with one dollar apiece betweennow night to the Homestead Business
to ttie; contrary In Miami, and Professional Women's Club,
the "middle child" in the familyIs and Saturday so that Homestead -
newt columns notwithstanding,' Only stiff breetet that kept cold whose Resident, Mrs Flora D.
; to build up superiority complex can go over the top with its '
Mayor Tom yesterday, air' mixed with warm'air prevented a feeling of confidence In Its ability quota," Mrs. Dyal said. ,'Mytrs Appeared to talk on the
They must, however, be bone- fide, temperatures from falling to thing at least project Which the club Is trying to
at one
..ij residents of Homestead and should danger points In this section Sunday some bavet sponsored Jointly by the
tht ,Ir1ll<,lee club sang two
!S be ready ft challenged to prove: and Monday nights, said R. L. BumXers, "Roses tf Picardy" and"Kentucky ROTES JOINING IN various organizations of the district

: they have resided here at feast six Redus, weather bureau worker In Babe," and a second
months and in the state at leuione of the federalstatefrost la addition to the recreational
: charge new of
and a third grade chorus boys: DRIVE TO RETAKE
1' year. protection district centered at Cat". facilities, the park would be equlp-
Neither will voters already on, Homestead sang Mrs. Jane Nesbltt health chairman pad with women's rest room that
4 the city registration books have to I FLORIDA MARTS would provide a lounge where out.
Readings gathered from the temperature gave a report of the pre- could
r.f-town visitors or shoppers
1 rt-rei\Jter as stated In the erroneous stations established toy Khool round-up and said that
report Only those who have I wait between business or social
Mr. Redus since he began work some of the needed corrections:
never registered before and those A committee of ten will be appointed appointments. If the club's plan la
here Nov. 10, show that the lowest (Continued on Page Three)
f who have Interrupted their residence : temperature of the cold snap by the Homestead Rotary followed out It was pointed! out

after registering need regls.: was 41 degrees, registered' at the CharterTo Club to Join committees already fiat Homestead Is entirely talking
ter for the coming election. For Periine and Homestead stations Will Submit appointed by the Redland District In such a facility at the present

those registration books an : Minimum temperature readings Potato OrganizationAt Chamber of Commerce, Redland tine although business houses

Open now at the city clerk's office collected over' the period from District Lions Club and John G :here are patronized by people Irvin
in the city hall, and they will remain Nov. 9 to Nov. 23 are as follows: a regular meeting of the Dade Salley Post, American: Legion Inlaunching M far north as Ferrlne .and as
.. to the Flor- fat south as Pigeon Key -In addition
open ,until ten day before ,r ws s ""'. .asRgt CoIInty'J'9tato Growers' Inc. and promoting
the election to. be held next Thursday night In Ida Markets for Florida Grower to transient visitors who top

There Is no poll tax to pay as M... .., Goulds Growers packing houM at initiated by George L. Swan at a en their way to and from the keys.:

the 1937 legislature passed a law al Goulds, a charter as obtained by recent meeting of the chamber of Chat. G. Turner chamber secretary -

abolishing poll taxes for all elections $ .. iee the directors from the circuit court commerce reported that removal ef a
held after Jan. 1, 1938.r,. ., of Dade County will be submitted Mr. Swan, a former Californian 'relent 30% Increase in insurance

The caucus Wednesday night "" .. 'I for adoption. In a talk before the Rotary Clubat rates In the Redland grove section

will be opened by Mayor Harris at II Its ooon meeting Wednesday would be recommended by the

., I o'clock Two nominees for mayor J J J J 11 itto 1 j Legion ball, gave figures showing (Continued on Page Three)

and 14 nominees for the city coun. S IIARDIE MAKES the enormous extent to which California -

I ell will be selected. Nominations i a fruit monopolized the markets 1938 TAGS GO ON
art made from the floor, and there -- 44 s1 It 4e 44 of To In Florida cities The Floridafor

i a la no limit as to the maximum I 1 11 = :; sets: s a7baait 4 a44 4 REFERENCETOLAPALOMARAID Floridians movement he laid,

number of nominations permitted.1 If-is44 ac M 84 .40.lilt.1 e as. M e4 e1 M would have as Its object the developing SALE HERE NEXTWEDNESDAY.DEC1

The two candidates receiving the 11-- Ice 4. Nt 4T II 14 acc of an overwhelming
niftiest number of ballots for 4ee 41 4* 44 41 4S II 4S pultllc sentiment to reserve Florida
Is"-se 14 14 M II II IS
mayor will be placed In nominationfor 11-4' II.. Ie" II II markets for Florida growers Then'
1e 49 as 4< M n.. 14 14 similar to
that office, and the 14 highest club when state legislation
The raid of La Paloma night
to at aN N N N
candidates for the council will be 21 -41 II 48 II 411 42 44 42It In Miami by members of the Ku that enacted by California is asked Automobile license tags for 1838

placed In nomination for the en- .1 41 H.II... U.41 41. ao ato asTTruett Klux Klan was touched on by West he said, politicians In will be en sale next Wednesdayat

tire seven seats that will be vacantin aetbe, 1 ft abe"eewne. Hardie, president of the vice-cru see will no more think of the Legion Auto Title ServiceIn

the council this ejection. sading Miami Beach Association, It than they dreamed of ] the Legion building on South
the anti-slot machine bill Wm. J. Geronlmo.
a talk to the Redland District Krome avenue
Mayor Calls Meeting i Myron Grennell Heads Iin Improvement Association Monday public sentiment had been manager announced this week.

On Xmas Cheer TuesdayMayor night He said it was a "disgracethat -which, he pointed out had Its He reminds applicants that they
U. Club
F. Scholarship I '
inception In certificate
the citizenry of Miami had togo must bring their title ,

Tom Harris announcedyesterday out and do the work of the and registration card with themIn

that he would Invite I Myron GrenneU of Homesteadwas county and city police officers" County Will Appeal order to be Issued a tag.

the various civic and service: clubsof elected president of the newly r' Such a necessity sera brought Culvert Dam Decision The paint on the 1S3S tags will

" the district to send organized Sears Roebuck Scholarship about, he said because the "rack not fade and run as It did on this

meeting he Is npreeenta-1 Club at the University of teen have the county and city Attorneys for the Dade County rears tags, Mr Geronlmo said, t*

, ,.,,a' 4 tives to Tuesday a the City: nan to I Florida, composed of boys from government pretty well fixed." Commission preparing appeal Is has been subjected to acid end
p. ra Christmas this state who won scholarships to Mr Hardie said howevtu that the recent decision,of Circuit' polish tests successfully This yearthere
stocking or -
discuss empty
fund the agriculture college of that Institution Governor Cone on his recent vi t Judge Paul Barnes which ruled! will be a number separated
i cheer plans.He
said he was calling the meet-i this fall according to to Miami bad promised co-opo'f- that the county could not remove bf a dash from the series numerals -

4 Jug because he had received an Inquiry word received here this week by ation In cleaning up condition la dam in a culvert at Campbell to Indicate the county in

from, stocking fund i George N. Wakefleld, teacher of Miami.In street and Tallahassee road which which the leg la issued Dade County -
empty vocational apiculture. In Home. the absence of George L South Dade Farms Inc, contended because of having the greatest
of the
to the desire
' headquarters ss because steed High SchoolA Swan, president ot the Radiated turned water into the Campbell number of tags issued will be )rOo
this line, and
'. the district time along Ir getting short In whichto I former state president of the* District Improvement Association, street canal that would otherwise 1, and the figure 1 will precede the
leA"La.t future Farmers of America, Gren- Who was ill, A. a Livingston, Vice flood farming 'red to the south. rgular tag number on aU tags Issued

make trganlsed nell Is a graduate of Homestead president, presided at the meeting Intervening farmer defendants In this county

year the civic organizations High, where be nude a hl.byIUC- All business was held over until on the north contended that the There has been no change hi

worked through joint Christmas I earful record it* vocational: agriculture. the next regular meeting, which dam kept the water from draining Irene' tag rates, Mr GeronlmoMd.

cheer committee. will be on Dee 4. c off their land to time ot flood. .

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; \ Pare Two THE LEADEl ENTERPRt;E Friday, November 26,1937 :J

mltlllllllllllllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllfllll1I were completed at this meeting.]''n. I.s. Cagers Play came from Anderson Ind., and Redland Swamps
The club is planning to make before that held pastorate fa Oak ,

I thousand. Thus present were; 'Alumni on Tuesday Grove, La., and Piggott. Ark. Delray in Opening
All are cordially Invited to attend
j 20 Years Ago Mesdames W. T. Easier R. E. Edwards ; -
I the service of the ehurch.
C. M. Fisher, S. A. Itl....[Redland on FridayI Basketball Game 1ReclI.M

t Q W. Moon T. P. Brooker Lee i I ,

\ nurllllUiulillllllmllllllllllnl1111111111/ ) Lehman Albert Rosier T. E.i I High School's varsity Champion Bread Maker High School opened its ,*.
Evans and D. Davis
Tto MfewlM MMM M .aces ...- I IRev. basketball team win play Its Departs for Conference basketball season Tuesday; night
) : WIlL J. Carter, who U to iDelray
tome.s law *t Newww"d first of tile against by swamping an uncoordinated "i.
g.a.pA..W1.W MM. conduct two weeks' h.I!I game seasoq
It. I: a wrvio Beach High School teamJ
.. ,, i alumni team Tuesday night In
M. a..a et sae Pan I' Miss Lou Belle Grenneil, cham-
r -.... 0rI 11. 1084. IV" 68 s.- the Methodist Episcopal Church the Homestead school 40-19 In a game played in the Red-
-.a-. Homestead, beginning Sunday,] gym. I ;ion bread maker of the 4-H dubs land
gym. i
This practice game with alumni: of Florida, leaves today for Chicago
November 26th was born '
Nov. 32, till K.n-I' Richard Edwards! center for
us of North Carolina Quaker players will be followed next Friday I to attend the National 4-H Conference <
Redland, led la scoring with total
_About H men assembled In the stock; was principal of the schools,I night by a game with Redland! which: begins tomorrow.SERMON of 14 poInt.-elz field goals and ""
Garden Theatre building on Thursday st Garden City, Kansas, 1800(3 -I,High also to be played on the local : two foul throws. Deb-ay1 highpoint I

I, night to consider the reorgan ;; entered u 3. Indian service.uid .court. I man was P. Smith forward,
faction of the Chamber of Commerce was superintendent of Indian! Coach Ted Dialer said Wednesday TOPICS who made four field coals for a
and to devise plant for. schools la South Dakota and then: that Homestead High has more score: of eight points. Fred Vlhten
properly celebrating the formal I In Oregon; entered the ministry In,experienced players this :year and FIRST MCHODIST CHURCH was close behind Edwards on the
acceptance of the electric lighting IJKJO In the Southwest Kansas conference should make a better showing than N... It Morning ermoa: Redland team, with six field goals ''j}
system. S. E. Livingston called ; transferred to California:,ever against its rivalsThe "The Cur ef a Feslmlst"i totaling 12 polnU.
4 the meeting to order, after which la IMS and was secretary: of the
varsity team as so far selected I 1M serum: "The Realisationf The Une-upi and scores followt
Frank L. Skill was elected chair I M. E. Church: work In Nevada and Is made of the following:
r ... up LUe'i Deepest Dealre.-
Redland t,. ft.
man and Lewis Twynun secretary. Eastern California for eight years'and
Charlie Little, Caves
Randolph ,
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K. Chambers J It
W. M. Bradley was made vice- was this fall transferred to St \Wet ( -
chairman. The commute on I John River conference : UcMlchael. Pierre McDanlel,! CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: : CHURCH E. Swtlley. g ..._ .. _..__. 0 0
permanent organization was hamadC.T.Fuchs evangelist, which is his hoae-I,Martin Bishop Harry Rue and Roy Nov tt Leeaoasermon.teplet I R Edwards, e ._ _._ __ 0 I j
Martin. It
will be
A.C.Grow, V. K. work and In which Cod has helped by three selections augmentedlater from the I, "Ancient and Medern E. J. Graham, f __...___.. 0 II
Walton, They will make their him greatly." Necromancy, AliaMesmerismad F. VThlen t ....--.---.. .I O.
team, composed as follows: Rny- Hypnotism, Denoaaccd." I C. Leggett, ( __. .__._ 0 0 .
i at the
4 report meeting to be heldon
: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Flora !mond Hayes Jack Sullivan, J. T.
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Wednesday evening of next ; - -- C Chambers g --- 0
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n Wednesday daughter."C. Godwin Emory Bearing.
week. Joe Burton, C. W. Home, T. Fuchs recently shipped:j!Walton, W. D Lott Bank By-:, CARD OF THANKSWe Sickle, a .____._ .0 0i
J. D. I Ames t __ _._. __ 1 0"
Redd. CIVIl Victor. S. A. King 'Irum -
two crate of Edward
avocados and Elmer
\ Washing- Kirby
were made the committee oa elee- ton D. C.. where !, Martin. wish to thank our many i IlL Graham ( __...._.0 .
they sold for $34,
trio light celebration, the date for friend for their gracious expressions -i J. Turner, f _____ .. ..1 O.
each crate I The 11th grade the!
bringing 117. This] won
which it set for the first metit'isDecember. of love and sympathy our C. Russell, g ___..... 0 0
Irat enough. At the same tint he i championship of a double elimination
A C. Craw and S. shipped crate of culls to I tournament of Intramural recent bereavement.MR. '
'. a the same I 4'
Livingston were elected delegates
place and this brought '11. $45 I basketball which ended this weekat
: to the) Miami Chamber of gross, giving a net profit of WT.-S" : Homestead High School ANNABELL REDD Delray Beach f.. t\
.i t Commerce meeting to be held on -The honor roll of the Florida Results by rounds were: Tint\ TERESA REDD. Love g ____ ._ .0 I.
Monday evening nest City school Includes the :round: 11th grade defeated 11th zap, t It 0
It It"W.; C. Norwood of Florida City ing kindergarten, Kemp 1011ow-1 i'grade 12-1; 12th grade defeated CARD OF THANKSWe B. Smith, C .2 0
was In Miami on Monday, on post Ruby Shuler, Mary Trester, May I 10th grade 12-.. Second round: : Carver f _.__.. .1 O'P.
office business. Mr. and Mrs. Brantford and Marion Robertson." llth grade defeated etb grads 21- wish to thank our many Smith t _____.....____ .f 0
Norwood Mrs. L H. Kester and (I1orId.O'7). 11; 10th grade defeated \ grade friends for the kindness shown and Johns, f ___...__ .0 It
Mrs. J. A. Severy have taken the -"Mr. and Mrs. David Snow and 21-*. Third round: 12th grade for. for the beautiful floral offerings.MR. .
required examination for the position little child of Falrhavea Conn. feited to 10th grade, 2-0. final: AND MRS. JOHN ROH&ER T I
of postmaster at Florida City arrived In Florida City last week 11th grade defeated 1Mb grade AND FAMILY. Referees: Mason and Younts

but It will be some time before the and are now living In the house 11-'. The Juniors won over the seniors i
result will be knows" formerly occupied by Mrs. pike." High point men of the tourna- Death Takes Infant of 2t< to 18 to the B team game with .

-"The following farmers have ("Sympathy to extended to C. C. ment were Charlie Little Junior, Mr. and Mrs. F. II.: Redd I LoU making the highest score,
registered with the growers' association Voorhees and family over' the loss 46; Clinton Bishop sophomore 20; I
j guaranteeing, for themselves of their home by fir, Monday at Martin Bishop junior 17; Roy I J. Q. Caldwell to Speak JOn
Sara Louise Infant daughter of
a minimum total acreage at noon. The fire got such headway Martin Junior 15; Pierre Mc
", JOO A. U. Daniel senior 12 Wo Mr and Mrs. Fred K. Redd of I Oxford Movement J
about : Waldini O. B. Par. before discovered, It was only the ; McMichacl
L.F. C. Bi Junlo 12Church Homestead, died In a Miami hospital -
ker. rupee Colby, L.1L merest chance their little girl was (
Friday. J. Q. Caldwell will speak on the .
.. Nixon Horn It CUchran King out 4
I gotten safely. I survived her two sic Oxford Movement the
She by at Epwoth
; a Cooper, Sullivan Brothers Has Pastors
M ten, Annabell M and Teresa League of the Redland Community 1
Mangus tt Son B. G. Younc, All.r 1
Rev and Mrs. E. F. Brown Redd; her parent and her mater- Church Sunday evening at 6:15.
B. Flowers R. E. Caves
i P C. H.
R : Hammond J. R Redd W. J. Twee-'I[Homestead High 4-II ClubBy nal grandfather, Cha T. ruche, I All :young people of the church:
Teresa twig The Church: of God announcesthe Sr. are urged to be present and other
j dell. R. R. Bigger, B. c. s
appointment of the Rev and Burial Paint who Invited to
was In Cemetery are interested are
Al Doyle, J. V. Free E.
NIII"P"'j I Mrs. E r. Brown as pastors. They st Nsranja. attend.
Cher J. M. Holcomb F. Patricia Walton was made mas.

.! Sam McKlnstry, J. L. ,cot of the club at this week's meet- ......"' ..lit.111111I1111111111I'1"11"1 11111I1111I11I II I IIIIIIIIIIIIIQ
L. Graves, E. G. Stirrup J. T. Ing. Names wear drawn, and each =lUllIIIIIIIIilllllllllllilllgllllllllllllll111111111111111 llll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIUIIIIIIIIIUilimillUlillllUIII' II'
\ V.nn.J.. W. English, Norton & : girl la supposed to make a presentfor j M
it \ I, Clapp, Mrs. Minnie Nile. W. A. the girl whose name she drew.
{ I Ji.-tf. W. H. Sykes, A. J. Cobb, We have planned a party for the 1 1I
C. W. Little S. E. Livingston. Friday before the Christmas holi i 1938 Auto License Tags |

a .+{ \, -Tupelo"Mr. and Miss Mrs.. arrived L. B.on Ganda Sundayto oft days.Those present were: Goaldla I =

spend the winter and possibly CrenneH, Virginia Kinner, Katherlne -
t all the winters and summers from Ortanedes, Florence Nelson,
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now on. Beatrice Wilson Merle Jenkins, S3ss
t \ --At the regular meeting of the Edith Bevis, Mamie Lee Posey.
I ( t-H Club last Saturday afternoon, Julia Frances Sullivan, Thelnu
trench candles for the soldiers Redd and Annabell and Teresa sale in I
I f 'i were made. About one bundled Redd. now on

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S( $6 bushel per I= Applicants Must Bring Title Certificate -m.

and Registration Card With Them

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i Blacks and English Peas I

I I Hours: 8:00-12 AL, 1-5 DailyAmerican I

I i -:, $9 bushel per !

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These seeds are all new crop Wyoming: grown. Ii

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-, Friday, November 26.1937 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE P. _

CAR-TREE CRASH 'TrlaP of Wm.Geronimo 'O3IEN TO RULE Ale the QveaUmr I by one student who asked Impcmively. -
Postponed Two Weeks 1 The man who had made a huge I : "Yea. air but how are w*

g. I I fortune was speaking a few wordsto I to find the right people to pluck?"
KILlS FLORIDA The big "trial" of Adjutant Wm I NEXT MEETING a number of student at a -New Outlook.

le, J. Geronimo, on charge of gross business ...... Of course, the

oil CITY neglect of duty, scheduled for the I 'main theme of the address was READ THE: WANE ADSGeneral
lIi fun hour of the regular meeting of I CLUBWomen himself.

lilt" John O SaUey Port, American Legion I "AH my success In life, all my

red, Robert Lee Rohrer, 95, of Flor- next Wednesday, night hat' I financial prestige," he said proudly -
will rule at the
'litd. ida City died at 11 p. m. Saturday been postponed two weeks beaus "I owe to one thing atone
- night from Injuries received when the "Judge", Mayor Tom Harris,I I'I the Redland District Lion, Club i pluck! pluck, pluck!"

the car he wu driving earlier in ''I ei-leatherneck, and some of the i rent Tuesday night in the Lions: lie made an Impressive pleuae
Den at Silver Paton. Mn. ClaudeS. PALM
the evening embed Into a tree alit witnesses will be taking part in, !here, but the effect was ruined
Alien, wife of one of the club'slust
attempted to round the curve the city caucus.It I lEt
presidents, who will act ems
I aspresident
where the old Dixie Highway from was learned this week that
d-for has called meetingof
Florida City enter South Flagler Sam McCahlll will head counselor a
all Lionesses for S o'clock tonight
: Let Us
avenue In Homestead. George the defense, while J. K. WIW i
In the clubhouse to
plan a
Brook and Harold Diet, also of liam will conduct the prosecu'

e:" Florida City, companion of Roh- tion. Both men are Miami attorneys entire program charge.of ttthieh they will have RejuvenateYour i

he rer escaped with cut and lacerations i who take a prominent part i iI
At this _k'* meeting of the
its which were treated at lost I, lit Legion activity. Car
club, Dr. Carl F Robinson who recently
Graduate hospital. The accident The local post adjutant was "ar-
moved to Redtand to recuperate
,A occurred it about I o'clock reited" at the lait meeting by
Ift from radium Injuries suffered Wood Work I
Funeral services: for Mr..Ron. Legionnaire Joe Scarborough, eon.
In Ml work as head of the
rer were conducted at 10 a. m. liable, on a "warrant" signed by Body, Fender Repairs
e Radiological Institute of Burlington -
Monday In the Florida City Community Justice of the Peace Sid L. Kendrick i Public Utilities
Church by the Pastor the Vermont, repeated the talk Tops and Trimming I
3 on radium which he recently made
Rev. C. Q. Nelson assisted by the Seat Cover
3 to the Homestead Rotary Club, I Iom Hiea. none MS-M
Rev. T. Sheldon pastor of the
0 Florida City Free Methodist I. CENTRAL PARK reported at length In a previous Uiu i Painting
I IArt's
0 of this paper. Several reading
Church, and the Rev. C. N.

0 Walker, pastor of the First I fCoItlnuedr-;; .. One) I per* were who given wa presented by Mn.C by H. Pep Program Paint

0 Baptist Church 0 f Hem** ,Florida: Rating and Inspection Bureau -: Chairman Harley Core.A Shop For
itead. Special music wa withla
on an residence a
0 liara contest, the first of a
Mn. Lloyd Diets and Mr*. Red-
lung by mil and a half radius of the
0. series announced last week re-
Boyd Cohemour. Burial took school where the fire II
I land county in Dr. George D. Ruehte
at Palm Cemetery, Naranja,, is stationed silted
place tl.'na unit providIng -! being declared the champion forth PlumbingInstallations
with Turner Funeral Home In residences
| these are equipped
evening. Other liars In the I
charge of arrangement with telephone and have one i>r
I' I contest were Carl Wagner, S A.
Mr. Rohrer wa born In Crocus, I more four-Inch well near the
Salinger, Henry Ruegg, L O. Rogers -
N. D.. and cam to Florida City house from which the fir apparatus -, I
R E. Kinard, Chas. Pratt and
0 with hit parent,Mr.and Mr*.John ran pump water. I Lawrence .
Pope. Judges were the
Rohrer.,when he was young boy. Th bureau recouunended that e
Rev. Harley Core the Rev. C. ,
0 He attended the Florida City and ,the 1)0 feet of hose now carried on I N.J Repairsand
Walker and Sam J. Davis i
0 Homestead schools and for the last the county fir truck be Increasedto
T. E. Kirby was appointed chairman -I
eight had farmed. He Ulurvted : and to the
yean 250 feet Inquired a* TankConstruction
of the Christmas Cheer committee Septic
by his parent; five brothers 'availability of I night man for the with to choose the' OLE

3r : Harvey Lee, Harold and Earl i unit, Mr. Turner laid. H* *akf personnel of power his committee. S. FPye f

all of Florida City, and Vernle of ,that In conversation, a representative new patrolman of the Miami."
Miami; and two sisters: Mn. Wm. of the bureau had Indicate JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA
Homestead highway, was present.
McCollough of Redland and Mia :that a further reduction of five percent
ed and given a cheer. and ServiceSEE
Katherine Rohrer of Florida City. i might be made If these suggestions a.w.n
were complied with. IHJOX ,._ COMfOlT mAll 6b
Acton of the bureau came a* a Te Buy
P.-T.A.TALK ........ _...
:result of a request for Inspection "Why won't you advertise -- .,.,..

t it the fin fighting unit and th* asked the representative of a new- =t.-:?., W'".aa w re

(Continued From; Pan One) territory mad by th*. chamber paper of a man In a small way of .. .... ......+...
. have already been made and that several week ago business! In a small town. --110oo. W.H.BOOTH

It other, for 'tonsils and teeth, will "Becaua I am agin'advertialn," COCKTAIL 1OUNOI COHOITIOMIO. COllie IMO .
be made in the near future. Kendall Hospital to Get the man answered. PWINO NOD MUIMO KIOM
. ..... .nb., .
' im- One
A for the adopted. -
budget year was New Tubercular WardA "But why are you against it? ?etowU001 ago 1

1s "It don't leave II man no time," [ 401..IMO s48m 11>*
Attendance award were made tubercular ward: to contain 28 was the reply. 'I advertised wwut | I*...>iO assess a.,, IA....
..... ..
) to Mn. Lawrence B cker'! room bed and cost 125,000 will be addedto last summer and the consequence --

in the high school and Ma. W. R. the county hospital at Kendall j jai I was I was so bus) I didn't have no *:'I 1 1 fOtmty

BIrd'i room in the elementary the result of action taken by the time to go fishing the whole aa- Nna'.AIIaa OVAL_ofmm Opposite F.E.C. Depot

school. county commission at a ; ill..... Montreal Star I 0ar

During Dr. Haln' Mn. S. meeting Tuesday. regular -- ---- ---- --- -
I L Welt entertained the children !

with storks In one of the classroom Buick, Pontiac I

Delivers 16 New Cars,, k
An Immense two-tier rake,beau- J
tifully decorated, that had been Preston B. Bird Motor Co., locals

presented by a Miami"bakery, and Buick and Pontiac dealer, hai delivered

limeade, a donation from Mn J. It new nra..lnce the first

R Byrum, were served In the 1938 models were received on Get

cafeteria duringUi social 1, Preston B. Bird, president, laid

hour which'foltowed the meet- this week.
Ing. Mr*. Preston B. Bird re-

freiment chairman, was "'I.'eel W. GUmer and Mr*. F O. ButUrd !

In the cafeteria by Mrs Pert Andrews and in the children' room by MJ '

Kn. W. J. Booth, Mr Jax Byrum and Mr Ceo. Wlngato 1


Kilgore's Bred-Rite ''i P

Tomato Seed I SEE A

to buy a reliable used car

Bred-Rite MarglobeFredRite DEALER for dependable winter driving

mire popularity of the new 1938 Chevrolet has made It necessary

Grothen Globe a 1 to take in an unusually Urge number of tote model need car.

FOR THE T* have made substantial reduction in the price* on theM can

a Bred-Rite Scarlet Topper BEST la tore order new to GievroleU.make room for an increasing number of trade-in on

This i* your opportonirr to prepare yourself for whiter with a

Bred-Rite Extra Selected Globeand car that ia properly conditioned foe winter driving. You..* the

USED CARVALUES oit of winter conditiaainf and further depreiataM on yow old

other leading varieties ear by trading it ia oa one of theM dependable wed can DOW.

Tai advantage of this snoney-eavini opportunity.yoult .

i Also ,

Full Line New Flower Seed


The Kilgore Seed, Co. j .Bird Chevrolet Co.Phone .

Phone 63 Homestead, Fla.
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.j Page Four THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, November 26,1937

: II II'I' TEE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Take time It for up organizations with your duos Is now ad L -
The Redland Rattler
r blj abed Friday at flame. your churches, drew upon MM(
steal Fla., by the Sooth Iall.hbillbla energy and civic pride of the Ro-,
tary the KIwMis and the Lions By SHIRLEY HAEKNISS
Co. Clubs and on the experience of --- -- .___n__.__ __

BEN ARCHER ___.. Editor the welfare agencies The public speaking class, supervised group are: Ann Shackletord, Naoma r rI
1 MAsUOBIE LEAP! ARCHER One of the agencies best quail- by D. R. Snyder, \la presenting and Johnnie Lee Andrews.
r I Associate Editor tied to co-operate with your.local a dialogue entitled "Matri Kathleen Wagner, Marie Bunhor. I
committee, of course, \Is the Salvation I monial\ Biles". Mary Ann Brown Marie Rogers and Rose Mary lIen-
Entered M Second eUM suit Army, which has excellent and E. J. Graham are the characters nfngton. ,i
facilities for collecting such gifts Involved In this dilemma depicting -
Sabot March I, lets el the (peat
: office at Homestead.brides lader and responds Quickly to a telephone real We Now that the Thanksgivingfeast
the art ef March L 1171.BUB. call. There are many is ever some of us ere settling .I.IuatLlJ
others The Volunteers of America The freshmen boys' class, sponsored into the neatest bed to nurse
distribute things to the families by J Q. Caldwell, presented a ease of turkey inflation, Uher
i r I of men \In prison. The social, an interesting program Wednesday wise known as indigestion. Maybe -
,< service departments of many hospitals Nov. 14. The devotional after a11 It's better for oyr
dispose of clothing The exercises were conducted by health that Thanksgiving comas
I A Christmas SpiritedHousedeaning Goodwill Industries, from Maineto George Kufeldt A skit "All only once a year. es* ,
, California recondition clothes Quiet on the Western Front," the
and household equipment In their first number on the program, was Have you ever noticed how aim.
By Eleanor, Roosevelt ). the December shops and serve the double purpose given by Oraham McElroy, Allan pie it Is to distinguish between
'., i tune .* Resder'e Digest of giving employment and HArford Truman Mill and George good, average and poor students
Here I II a new idea for those of salvaging discarded articles. Tus- Grantham. A musical quartette after an examination? The good
., r us who dread spring houseclean- kegee and Hampton Institutes, the which Included Felton Brannon, pupil emerges from the room with ws,
t 'I Ing: combine it with! the Christmas Penn School In South Carolina and George Grantham, Graham Mc- clenched fists: "Dam It, I got aCT sea
spirit Why wilt until spring Why the Calhoun School In Alabama Elroy and Eugene Wright? tendered she mutters darkly. The
not make a festive occasion of the know the needs of negroes and are several selections( Other average grade-receiver pope out
weeding out and sharing of our eager to receive all kinds of useful numbers Included two solos The of class the minute !the bell rings
usable surplus possessions? Things goods The American Mer- One Rose" and "Juit a Cottage Unless asked, she forgets to announce -
wrhk l have ceased t. be useful tous chant Marine Library Association, Small" sung by Mr. Caldwell anda cheerfully, "I '0'C," Come ia today and let
I \ things we are tired of could the Seaman's Church Institute and Thanksgiving talk by the Rev. The poor pupil sprints from the us show you the new
: begin life all over again under our the American Library Association, C. N. Walker, pastor of the First i room with a resounding whoop and Norge Range adaptedfor
nelglil>or'> Christmas tree. Why not have branches In many cities and',Baptist Church of Homestead. the joyoui news, "Thank Heaven. using NflliI11,
do it now and mulct housecleaning welcome good books and magazines. I < got a C'!
: j Joyful, generous, friendlyact The'Redland Girl Scouts are I you can enjoy)
? This movement could be made planning to have an all night camp i Norge luxury and cookIng .
i Mother should not do this Christmas to echo through! every communityto In the yard of the scout leader convenience: no nut
I : xnlvoge work alone, however. I draw communities together! Miss Ruth Murray There will be I I GROVE ter where you live
I '. Every member of the household Iin the United States. It would help a note bag lunch, campfire supper I{ Choose exactly the range
i ; should Join in hunt through whether large or small; it would and.lyeakfast The handicraft TIIEATRE that suits best from
closets. neglected drawers, the at. make them conscious of the needs work will be the making of pine j COOONDTGROVE you
r : tic. AU of !them should overhaul of those who have too little, end needle baskets. j Matinee' Saturday and Sunday the wide selection of
I' their books. If It If put In the It would offer the chance for a I Me te Sp. .... sizes, models and colon
light of an opportunity for Christ' real community Christmas. Ministers Mrs. Carl Wagner and Mr.I Shows. 7 and i P. ....) Adm. tse offered by Nor,.. SIt
mal',Ivln, In which all membersof would surely be glad to announce Shackleford will take the group tin Nerjf "/<>r#you tuyt
the family can Join they will this campaign from their to Homestead Friday night to see I Suit, Man Toes Wei
probably be surprised by the things pulpits, local radio stations and the moving picture, Heidi. In the I!I N... 21 20 It, Dec 1
which turn up on the pile to be newspapers would gladly give Information .
given away. Here, for Instance, about It In many communities t RDIl .i'D'\
I* in overcoat which father has firemen have for years ALL i 40w
treasured for years, thinking the generously helped similar cam Notary: Public COLMANMADELEINE .48FORGE
time might come when he wouldwear paigns. Merchants} Boy Scouts, FIRE INSURANCE!: AND r rr
it again. But there are Girl Scouts, would surely be helpful KINDRED LINES ,
.<, shivering men walking thi streets volunteers In the work of collecting IS N. Krone An.t "' .
without any coats at all these days. the gifts r
Or here Is an old quilt preserved On Christmas morning torn
I in mothballs as befits an heirloom. tics would be emptier but at.-I I I 0' ; .
0, You thought time and time again bare homes would be better
that It was too good to part with, ished Moths might have less
\ but remember that there are children food for this winter but many tfl!!
I ) who go to bed wrapped In human beings would be warmer ', ,)
S newspapers, and still art cold. Here seems to me an Idea which :
i Be very careful about one thing would be both far-reaching" and t ( CARROLL GAS RANGE

f Don't give rubbish Rubbish Is no I food fun. Surely Americans haw :; tUUfUTMtUntHVU .
good to anyone. Clean and reno- ,he organisation common sense .. 1 ucimn MUST.nun nan
W Tili"e
t vatr what can be .,Iv."" What ,and good will to carry It out sucreufully ;
you are looking for Is gifts, something [the DOUGLAS FAlkBAMS Redland Appliance
you en enjoy living, something Christmas Is the time of the genuine.EUGENE >,* -..qf Hamm
a you would be proud to aee year when we ought to remember Permanent P.+ndsr DAVIS 0.StUNICC: 105 N. Krome Are.
( someone else enjoy. A good test how much more blessed It \Is to give : .
of what to give; la whether you than It Is to keep. 0 ,-=' wages.-a .ed sash, .save","- s.""".,,..'.=- eC Homestead, Florid
.j would be glad Ut ret'llII yourself ax,', vrb-.duu'i the
kW '-'ye mot?
; i To collect and distribute these DR M. A. BERGER (ffcrf' she. UM oe gfca
gifts effectively should not be Use 4e genuine Eagle
difficult, If one person In each I rely, wish seaming Eugiss' #
.!I community makes It his job to provide Dentist ,...... Ina,.* "diees" yore
leadership and If the rest of Ask lei the staioa wish eel
; the community is willing to cooperate ,loam -.iul iom aW gatesBush's
) r A committee should be First National Dank !:tIt(act-a UsckjiKli'
formed to work with the orgsnlia-
.1 j Lions which know who the need Building-

.; are, so that the gifts may be properly I Office Hours 8:30-4:30 Barber Shop
apportioned and distributed.I
Everyone who reads this appeal i Open Evenings by Arpelntnen & Beauty Parlor

t, : can help push the campaign. The Mist LIllIe 1Sro..... Operator

--------- There li only one real test for

any roof-the teat of Time.

Thgt'g why we handle Carey

Fertilizers Seeds Insecticides Roofing and Shingles the C e

name "Carey" has meant roofing

: : for Fall Crops .. 60 years.satisfaction for more than

t Get our low prices on these

t high quality roofs-we hare

: We have a fresh supply of Stokes', Simons', and Lan- the right and type for every pur

dreth's Tomato Seed. ALo Peat Moss, Goat and' pose pursesBR04KER

Sheep Manure for Pine Land Planting-And be sure LUMBER CO.k

to Redland Brand Fertilizers if results.
t use you want TELErUONK M HOMESTEAD, FLA.

I Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.

r Manufacturers Redland Brand Fertilizers



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Friday, November 26, xj)37) THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Paw :Five

giving booklets. Jean Bailey has
teen oo the sick list for the punt

In and Around HOMESTEAD SCHOOL NEWS several daysCompare.

NELLA 8ACLS, Scheol Editor

n -
The students were greatly surprised contest so the boy *',' living to
Wednesday morning when treat the girls flirts ke"

l Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Sommen and good work!

darxhter, Diane, Waited the school I
Mr. and Mrs. E. X. Atkinson of: Mr. and MD. L. a Sommen and, You all must come again! The sixth grade pupils: hoe been
Royal Palm State Park had ai. Infant daughter, Plane, spent making booklet on Thv I and ulPiljTim'C. I I'
the week- "4 Mr. Wednesday In Homestead with I
guests over In assembly Tuesday mornn4Mrs. : The fifth grade >/I mtk.
and Mrs George Ward of Taze- friends and visiting the schools of I
W. J. Parker, wife of the lug Pilgrim booklets. I
w.U}, Vs., Mn. Ward a niece of which Mr. Somraers was principal Nnrarene minister, told about in- t
Mr. and Mrs Atkinson before her until he resigned last spring to dia. She wa dressed In a costume Mrs.. Dye's fourth grade pupils I
marriage on Nov. IS was Min establish a private school in Mi of that country and showed have completed their Pilgrim book..
Alice Carroll of Montlcello Fla.. ami. They arrived In Miami Tuesday tome of the things she had brought lets. They are studying fractions I
. who will be pleasantly remembered from Mentone, Ala. from there. Both Mr. and Mr la arithmetic and like this very i
by those who met her on her Picker spent several year a* mitstonaries much. Barbara Seymour has

formr visit to Homestead. Patsy Leach, daughter' of Vernon In India. been on the tick list '00' .'Ie past
.". O. Leach of Chicago i several day Th. PUP'" are
;' Mn. Frank Darden and daughters from the Forest Lake :Academy l The t.n'or girls *-M t -oim gills I learning Ttuuiksglvlng poems.

Beatrice and Laura Frances, Maitland to spend the Thanksgiving will ploy a game of tcskel ball
of Tltusvllle and Mn. Alice Brownof holidays at the home of her Tuesday night at T cVock In U.* : Miss Kay's class I is glad that Ruth llJre
Cocoa arrived In Homestead uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ben gym. i Rutland la able to be back in school
Wednesday night to spend the Archer. again after her tonsil operation.

,' Thanksgiving holiday with Mr. The seniors are sorry that JOIM; I This class also Is making Ttunkiiw APEX
and.Mrs. E. 3. Dyal and family Mr. and Mn. H. J. Armstronghave Keely has had to be out of school i

Mrs. Darden and Mrs. Brown an as guests their son, daughter. the past week because of Illness TH. rmci'iT JUDICIAL roi'ar CIRCUIT or nt in With Any l Dtctric latrigtntn ,
sister. of Mr. DyaL In-law and grandson, Mr. and Mn. Several of the seniors, as well as AND roe PAI. '(1'Nry.' PLOIIIDA
Allan H. Armstrong of Chicago, Willie Bullard, are grieving! over NO. MMf .'. ud Yowl lilt u Apes)
Mr. and Mn. Arthur Hutchinson and their son, Bobby, who arrived the death of Willie's, cat on the CITY pontloll.lIP of ROMMTKAB he BUM of PlorMo.> oiimltlN FMUonM. M*.
t \ ;'.of Chester Springs, Pa. spent Wednesday noon. Mn. Allan fight" of Nov. 23. n STATE: OP FLORIDA. "'.""ndofttlmlce Comptn STYLING
several day recently at Royal Armstrong and Bobby plan Jo ..).... 01 of..rtlflnam propoMl volldo'n 01 1 h.drhe.d.of SMIb 10; *Yo.11 thrill it eke If...
Palm Lodge studying bird life spend the winter In Miami. i Mrs. Becker's sophomore class. dolfcTMtod M up-1k Not*. tlnctire modus beauty of
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"". of 1M Oft of H. Florida.dated Aft Rtfnionion# Ur
Mr" and Mn. R. A. Zimmerman I won the P.-T. A. dollar at the October I. '''7. questionably, the
-, II, of Greenville, Pa., were guest at Mr. and Mr*. Thomas Brewer meeting last Frlda/ night. Someof TO THAI TAXPAYER AND CITIZEN beautiful of all nfof_meat
:'i ,\Royal Palm Lodge Sunday night :fit Tuesday to spend .Thanksgiving the other room had better tart NaUeo knrrkr (Inn Hut -a ontor *M:
ID St Petersburg.Whitney dub : ind .M.nW 1. tic..M..ntell
j working for the P.-T. A. dollar ,, Compare USABILITY
, nun kr Uw HonoroM. R P At-
I, T. B. Grantham ha 10 far recovered I also.
kliuon. Jude of the Slrwlt Court of the JL-Iti bugs ibelf eves gives
I ,, : from his recent operation Beam, Herbert Farmer bknnth: JuJtctal Circuit of Ik. *u h> of ** more usable
:; .' Florida, to and for the County of Podo.I you storage
7"I 'as to be able to be up for a short and Vernon Turner arrived Ruth Tower and Jean Parmiw on Nowmkor ti IMT ...1555 tko Stake space pet cubic foot
i: .while each day. Wednesday from Stetson University -, were school visitors Wednesday. of rlori.... requiring It. thniiurk the ""."1
._.. of Mw Mil Clrc.ll. h> okowCOUM I FEATU1II
at DeLand to spend the Compare
.a tko lack day of _..... HIT
i '.f. V; Dr. and Mr*:3.:A. Smith returned Thanksgiving holiday here. The art classes have been working !M.:* loony.:' 10:00 .',hole A. M on sold *II provides001"dI1.. ye.
I M ClMolt Court ROMI In tkCovrtkouoi >
dour oJ Mod
I I Sunday after visiting Col on Christmas carla :his week. to tko City W "Ia... County to Mcorasnoi se
at Gordon Adcock who has been Inthe of "" ... In Mid Circuit why Hdl.MOlO eoevenieece end d"
II l' and Mrs. R. C. Home Madison Everyone watch for the new poft-i
I 'C.rtiti.atr 01 1.__ .._... rC.u pe d.bU.low-ceit operate*.
I I Fla, and attending the University Post Graduate hospital since era which will be put up next week "- ,. Con/fr..toa, ...... 1.11' "...
of Florida Home Coming at Gainesville he was injured a truck accidenton by the art students.Pupils Pound to ko heard ky rid City of Homo* PRICEJLApei
I ,i I...d, PbrloX okoold Ml kt validated. sodmontO..d. Compare
during the week-end. Their Long Bridge six weeks ago, .
i ,. son,-Archer, a student at the unl- returned to his home yesterday. : who have enrolled In If .nr taxpayer or eMm. of wM. CHf priced Refrigerators leaiatiooallr Iowa ate

verslty, returned to Homestead ......... .. school this week are: James Ramsey show HuoMM4 why wk, H.Hdo CwtlfloiM,. kM any rf .MN.........r.. Compare: quality ana price

-,;A Wednesday for Thanksgiving holi FLORIDA CITY I sixth grade; Donald Ramsey.second nun rimiU. ...wit li U...beard.1..., to....looor... Deb ondonfIrnod u4 *ra will bay a* Apes
days. grade; Willie Bula Mizell kofon Mid Uw Mil
OMIM Coot "< unto
.1 ion d1. w. Savory CeerePeadeel: and Bill Houser, tint ,rade. and ..lw.. $146.00 up
W ITN KIll v ik ot-HO and offMol Ml I
.i' Mr. and Mn. C. Hagler Rice ---..-- .1 1l1a. to IMo v...* nwkta, this EAST TEKMS
''-,. and sons, Surry-and Frank, and In Mn. Webb's sixth grade the tS day of NomnhM A. D. I'"
E. M. roster It still at the PostGraduate t a. LCATHKKMAN.: !:
I ,<.4;; Mrs. Rice' parents, Dr. and Mn hospital but his condition girls beat the boys to a line-up Clerk of the Clrattlt. dmrt of UwElowitk Pioneer Appliances
. A f. I,' Frank Hausman and her sister,, Jodlebl.. Circuit I. md
i Is reported, to be slglhtly for ..... 0.-.., Plurldo.Clmilt .
. MIss Bertha Mill Hauaman, left improved. Mn. Fred Barker who has been ( c.,... So.liHi ., (Not Incorporated)

. "l' this morning for a boating trip to I 111 at her home here ls reported to IRA r. RATOOCKMlxnl M. SWIFT, Drputy Clerk SID L KCNDMCK. MOL

"I\ Cnl,. Mr. and Mn. J. C. Garrlon.and I be recovering.Mr. n IM".MBolkltor >PtttlimorNov tOS N. Kreme Phone II
:- family who arrived Monday from ( M: Dot I. |*. tell
Tommy Collins who I* a studentat Tennessee are occupying the Wm.I an Mn. Clayton Hefner and -- .
iJ t. the University of Florida. arrived lena cottage on Avenue B. Family of Llncolnton, N. C. were
home Friday to spend Thanksgiving Friday visitors In town.
I 1 I week with his mother, Mn Mr. and Mn. J. K. Booker and -

Eva Collins. family arrived Tuesday from Senora Mn. Anna Baer and Walter Fred I

Ca. They are occupying the are occupying apartments In the
Mr. and Mn. Warren A. Hallock Horace Potter house on Broadway W. C. SchOtt residence
-.-.... ,,rft'Indianapolis were recent vls- I
t'3tor4 at the borne of Mn. Hallock's
cousins, Mr. and Mr*. .R. L. Hob-

a j" "11 ton I J I Seed BEds I

T. B. Grant condition hat lK
improved so that he was able to -

be up a short while Tuesday. i Should .Receive Careful Fertilization

j ,,}, her Mr small*. Auburn, daughter Delllngcr Margaret who with,I Vigorous, healthy plants in the seed-bed Is the I r f ''tt

Came to attend the DyeDorseyWedding first step to a successful crop.
r and to visit Mrs. Dollln-
ger'i parents Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
Davis have returned, to their home Investigate NACO and NACO 5 STAR SPECIAL lot 7 7't It

.lttf.'Shelby, N. -C. fertilizers for tomatoes and all crops. I ,

," of Baltimore
>Mr. and Mn. Shaffer
were Vlslton of Mrs, Pars LEARN WHY WE URGE YOU TO I *
1 1f Van''.Winkle Tuesday. ;
d ). p. Mlxson, produce buyer for
a New York firm, and Mn. Mixson Naco Fertilizers
.' have rented an apartment In they
/, L home of Mr. and Mr*. C. W. Mo-
,1',1'I. There's nothing like owning a home of your
r john Frederick, Wilbur and Roy F. WARNEH Agent
t. .Woods and Railey Macey, arrivedFriday own t Designed and built according to your
I I if from the University of North Flasler-Ave. rM U Bw estoa4 own needs and Weas. Paid for according to

.> Florida to spend the Thanksgivingholiday
income 4iVe under the
t at their home here. your rent FHA.

It p -
1 1 hiss Lot Walker and Miss Virginia We'll be glad tq advise you about materials and

j f S+,1 Uaiventty Frick,in student DeLand at, arrived StetsonS HARRY'S WELDING SHOP i financing. Drop in and talk over your. plans.

4. Wednesday night to spend the PRINCETON FlA. Or call us today.

I Thanksgiving holidays at their
J J, homes Portable Eleeirta Red Acetylene Welding M Cylinder Blocks,

i PMTURflL ] Cylinder A.tome&MaeL.lD.Heads/ Aluminum. E p Castings lrtaf-and Catering Boiler to gsn.*a la male W. D. Horne Co.Frank .

t Sll bearing Iwutag tat aJlfBe4 rMmlng eonnetUor nd peering I

'. wiu. IUUT roc BOOM o a4 harlot and cylinder berta,. I.. Skill, Owner

I 1 ntv qi'icstT AT tow I, EXPERT WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED : 11 N. Krome Ave. Phone 507JIII

I| rmch. n. trow si w. KM Am.Ir I
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PaV8 Sit THE LEADER .ENTERPRISE!: Friday November 26, 1931

F Social Events -in South Dade 1 1MISS


nounce the engagement of their -.-
daughter Ida Grace to Ansel Bar-
Miss' Mary Elisabeth Sever At gated from Homestead High School ber Barrow. The,marriage will Mia riorencf Elisabeth Crowwin. -: Mr. and Mr Petrow will be at
1 { Florida City and Krnnt: NelU ./ in 1935 and from the Homestead: take place In February daughter of Mr. rd Mrs. Emmett home after Dec. 1 at 3072 Lucaya
Business College In 1831 Since
Homestead wen married In Miami bookkeeperfor I Mill Hobson who has lived In Crowton of Florida City, will avenue Coconut Grove. Mr. Pe-
I f. that time the hal been I. trow 1
a salesman with tile Miami
Tuesday evening Mr. and ldI3.I Bee Dee Supply Company. graduated Homestead from all of Homestead her life was be married to Frank A Petrow,I branch of a nationally known

I t1 Barney Waldin of Homestead- vr.t-! The bridegroom wn born In I School In 1934 and for High thana jr, of Miami at 9 a. m. Saturdayin paint company, and Mist Crowtonit
I geed the ceremony. 1 Lebanon: Ky., but has lived I in I year has been employed at Sacred Heart Cal' cilir Church! on the staff of a large Miami
I The bride was gowned In a blue dedlaod nearly all his life. He I Wood's Photography and Jewelry Ifomestesd, by the pastor, like r"v'l department ttore. The bride was
and white ensemble with navy acccuorlei. attended Redland High School, and I Shop. She is an active memberof J met Cloonan. born and reared in Miami and attended -
slam July hat been a partner iii I I Jhe Junior Woman' Club of The wedding will \Ht .vltneteod Miami High School. The
She It the eldest daughter rf th) Flagler Service Stall in. I Homestead.Mr. by members of the families ana bridegroom whose parent residein
M. & Sever and the granddaughterof : When they return from their Barrow, a son of Mr. and a few Intimate friends of the bride Coconut Grove, attended the
Mr, and -Mr J. S. Caves plo- t-encymoon will be sand bridegroom.
trip they at Mrs. C M. Barrow, was a memberof I University of Miami where he
.. reese of the dtatrfrt She was bora home to their friends in the Gran the 1932 graduating class of The bridesmaid will be Miss!' starred at a football player for four
In Lamont, Fie.. but was reared thorn cottage on the old Dixie high Homestead High School Since his Betty Wiley of Miami, and the I' year .
i in Florida City. She was gridllflL way north of Homeitead. graduation he hat been employed groomsman will be C. Brennen, A miscellaneous shower in Mist
at the Homestead Grocery. also of Miami. The bride will Crowson't honor wa*.given by the
LEE MARRIEDTO Baptist orphanage In Arcadia. The couple plan to make their be gowned in blue with gray accessories Women' Benefit Association of
LAUDERDALE GIRL During the social hour Mr. W. home In the Woods' apartment and will wear a shoulder Miami Tuesday night In the Odd
I corsage of brlde'i roses I I(Fellows' hall of that
'j Cecil Lee who It associated with E, Lewis won an anagram contesttie I city
1 fell father, C. R. Lee, in the op,:-o- [ hostess assisted by Mrs. Julia MISS ANTIO'NETTE' MOTE I
;, lIon of a sawmill southwest of Polk[ teacher of the class, served ENTERTAINS JUNIOR LEAGUE: SACRED HEART DINNER by Mr*. E. P. Whitworth, council
: Florida City. til* married to Mln hot coffee and cake. Junior Leaguers of tlio Homestead -; TO BE HELD WEDNESDAYThe I representative Miss Estelle Turner -
w Alice Brady of Fort Lauderdale Present beside those mentioned Methodist Church were entertained annual spaghetti dinner ofthe home Improvement chairman,
)yesterday the Lee home in that were: Mr*. H. Collier, Mr*. C. T. at the home of their counselor -i Sacred Heart Society will beheld and Mr*. Walter Thompson, home
city. Only relative and a few Harper, Mrs. Arthur Smith, Mr*. Mia Antlonette Moye, T\iea-j in the coclety'i I clubhousenext I management chairman. Mr*. E. A.
intimate friends attended tilt Ward Beam, Mr. W. L. Rosemond, day afternoon. Both outdoor and Wednesday from 12 o'clocktill Carter, vice-president, preilded.
ftremon,... Mn. Frank Hautman, Mrs. N. J. Indoor game were played. 2 and from 6 ,o'clock till >11 Two new members were added
The newlyweds will move to Fleming and Miss D. A. Hauiman. Candy, cup cake and hot choc' The annual bazaar will. be held to the dub Mrs. A W. January
homestead here they will live at olate were terved. Miss Moye during the whole day and even end Mrs A. H. Singleton Others,

the Renbar apartmei't on N. W. YOUNG MATRON'S CIRCLE I wa assisted by Mn. J. A. Mc- ing.Mrs. I pretent were: Mr*. F. W. Stillmin,
Fist avenue. MEETS WITH MRS. WnTKOF Neill and Mn. A. S. Moye. Frank Panno 1* chairmanof Vrs. M. A. Baker, Mil A. E.
; Mrs. Earl Pacettl, Jr., and Mr. Those present were: Mary Cath.' the kitchen committee. Barnes Mr. Armstrong Mr. Ceo.
J MRS. ALICE KEITT Stanley Wlttkop were hoteuet to I trine and Sally Suber, Jenny Hardy The clubhouse porch hat recently W. Turner, Jr.. Mn J. D. Wy.
BEDS: S. W. JACKSON I the Young Matron' W. M. S. circle! Fay Pierce, Sue Moye, Lenora been completed and painted. sang, 14.... Chas. Lair Mrs. Cecil

s Mr*. Alice Keitt and S. W. Jack- at the home of Mr*. Wlttkop. Mr*. Williams, Frederic Chambers, Henry, Mr*. W. D Mahan and .
;; soul both of Homestead, were I Pacettl led the devotional and Jimmy and Billy Brown, Donald GIFT SUGGESTIONS M>.. Seymour Dane.
married Nov. 18 In the county Miss Jennie Lobdell had chargeof Neeley, Junior Pope and Webster ARE SHOWN TO CLUBA '
court house In Miami. Mr*. the Bible lesson Mr*.R. O. Wal- William work meeting for next Thursday : AREME CLUBPOSTPONES
Frank Banach and Mr*. Keltt'i ser won a prize In a word contest and a social meeting for Dec.I PlAY
: mull daughter, Johnnie Mel I There will be no meeting next There will be a district meeting 18 were voted 'by the Redland
Keitt, witnessed the ceremony month the member decided. of the Rebekah lodge Nov.. 29 Home Demonstration Club members 'The "Blue Bag, a comedy which'
The bride wore a ] Gingerbread with whipped in the L O. O. F. hall. at their meeting Nov. 18. Mn. was to be put on by the Arcane
\. plaid suit with brown e4.ssoriee. cream and coffee were terved. H. J. Armstrong wa appointed to Dub on Dec. 10, has been postponed -
r Mra. Jackson was / Present were: Mn. A. M. Logan The CalendarNov. take charge of the social meeting.' until Jan. 14L t. .,; '
water, Ala.. and reared In Stewart. Mn. E. A. Buchanan, Mr*. T. W. Mist Eunice Grady, county home
vltle, Ala. In 1918 she came from Correll, Mr Edward Carter, Mn.Wm. demonstration club agent, exhibited Mr. and M.... E. A. Bonds were
Jemlion, Ala.. to Florida.Mr. Nolan, Mn. Leslie Ditter, 27 Areme Club upper articles suitable tor Christmas Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr.
t Jackson wa born la Cray, Mrs. Wlttkop Mn. Pacetti, Mrs. and bazaar. I gift Special report were mode and Mn. Fritz Jackson
Ca. He came to Homestead four Walter and Mia Lobdell. Nov. 29 District meeting of
Rebekah in I. O. O. F. hall.
year ago when his barber hop
Dec. 1 Sacred Heart
in Sarasota burned, and he la now MR. AND MRS. KINARD dinner. spaghetti
waking for the slate road department GIVE: LUNCHEON PARTY
Dec. 2-Work meeting of Homestead -
f Mr. and Mn. Richard Kinard
They are living at Mr*. Jack I entertained at I covered dish Home Demonstration Club
at 1:30 p. m. Dionne "Quints"/ take
aon'i home. luncheon Friday evening at their
Dec. 2 Work meeting of Red-
home Avocado drive.
I land Home Demonstration Club.Dec. Rulzmr
CLUB PLANTS TREE Those present were: Mr. and 2-Mjellng of Presbyterian
IN MEMORY OF MRS. ENNIS Mrs. Henry Ruegg, Mr. and Mn. ''
Auxiliary at home of Mra. R. C. Cod Liver Oil
and Mrs. J.
The Woman' Club of Homestead Russell Home, Mr. Jackson In Naranja.
planted *'mahogany tree inmemory D. Perkins, Mr. and Mn. Tom J. Dec. 3 Tour of Homestead
of Mr*. E A. Ennla: who Harris Mr. and Mrs. Bob Glenn, Home Demonstration Club from fcg for
S died In July, at a Guest Day meet. Jr., Mr. and Mn. John Lynch, school at 1:30: m.
te Vitamin
Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. D. Ruehle, Mr.
Ing at the clubhouse Tuesday at* Dec. 6 Meeting of Homestead
ternoon. and Mrs. Hunter Harden, Mr. and Business and Professional Women' Prompt Action for Relief A and D
Mrs. Gordon Ivey, Mr. and Mrs.
Before the planting Mra. James
Club at 8 p. m. in Legion
McCready gave a reading Tree" J. Paul Reynolds, Mr. and Mn \ 6
and Mrs. N. O. Ball paid in oral E. B. Blackburn, Miss Emily Jones hallDec.. 6 Meeting of Garden JL f
tribute to Mrs. Ennli who had and the host and hostess. Club in clubhouse of Homestead COLD'TABLETSSPECIAL
served aa club president for aeve. Woman' Club.
ral years. Mitt Jennie Lobdell MRS. IIMVKIN3 \ Dec. 9 Meeting of Redland '
:. made a short prayer. LOCAL FRIENDS Ladies' Aid at horn of Mrs. K.
: Mr*. Grace McQetland Smith, Mn. Stacy. Hawkins who is now K. Clarke. 301425C $1
mother of the club president, Mr*. attending the University of Miami Dec. 10 Redland P.-T. A. pint
Joel J. Robinson, gave a talk on was a dinner guest of Mr. C. W. meeting.Dec. .
1/ the life and work of her later McEwen Saturday. Others present 10 Presentation of "Th-
Alice McClelland Barney, founder were Mr*. Oeo. D. Ruehle and Mue Bag," by Areme Club in Relieve Discomfort
I; of the National Congress of Mothers Mn. McEwen't mother, Mr*. S. school uditonum. CARA NOME
! I which later became the National J. Dec. 11 Redland Ladle Aid "RuKEtSSf
Congress of Parent and Teachers. Mr*,Hawkins U making her food sal In Homestead FACE POWDER
I Mra. David Shetzline told InterestIng home at the present time with her Dec. 14 Business meeting of ASPIRIN or CREAMS
point In the life of Betsy ROM; brother-in-law and liter, Mr. and Woman's Club of Homestead.Jan .
I Mill Lobdell poke on Marie Curie -' Mn. William MorN of Miami 14-Areme Club play, "Blue tablets
( and Mrs W. D. Bishop, on Bag. at Neva King Cooper School 100't 49c' 'I. each
1 I ;, Mary Baker Eddy. Mrs. W M. REDLAND LADIES' AID Dec.: 16 Social meeting of
John played a piano solo and HOLDS ALL-DAT MEETING Redland Horn DemoatraUon Club. MIN
Mrs. Lewis Brandenburg tang "In Plan for I food sale In Homestead Dec. 19 Legion Christmas
i, the Garden of Tomorrow.
on Dee. 11 were made at party.
\ During the social hour, the hot. an ill-day Ladles' Aid meeting Dec. 30-Meeting of Study Oat
tenet, Mrs. Henry Ruegg. Mr held at the home of Mr. Frank ol Woman' Club. Ice Cream made fresh dailyin
Bishop andJMii Lobdell, served SUllman. 14.... Oeo. E.: Deuel, the
asks, hot tea, wafer and mint president, presided during the our store
The next meeting will be Dc. business session and the Rev. C
ninth. clubhouse, it was ankounced. O. Nelson gave the) devotionalA MUSICfor

i covered dish luncheon wa J

joyed. all occasions
DORCAS CLASS TO HAVE Those attending were Mn. IL
Mr*. Ceo. M. nick Mr*. Geo. W. Turner, Jr. Mr A. M.
Andrew and Mr*. C. Higkr Vivien, Mr*. Frill Jackson and Teacher at BattK MawloUB aod Homestead, Florid !
wan appointed to nominate Mrs. StlUman. Gal tar
cers for the Dorca das for
coming;sear at a meeting Berti The Rev. C G. Nelson was. a IJOEASTOIU
the home of Mr Rice on Nov Thanksgiving dinner guest at the '
The class decided to have a home of Ur. and Mrs.Wayne CalkIn CIO TM LIlUU- TIr"1Q

Christmas. for. the benefit of la Miami.i .
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. f'if:' Friday November 26, 193T THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Page Sev nf


] f 0" APPLICATION FOR Till lamed ta Uw kM nf oanplafM MM"';hi;M MM I Dodo Coojatir FVaSdaOhw .

)1nD. CHAPTU Irt.,ACTS or us T*'... wi!' k* vtlwn M ....... or mTU M asset BM. CLASSIFIED ADS
FlL. "' 0. A..1f > order to W published one ark for > R C. BTBRRICTT.; D. C. l 1 I
NOTICE INHE55$! GIVEN dIM I few OMMMIn w4 ki l III use Hnnotwd Irtor. S. td,1h W) ,

'. ....... N. -..--. 1.hbn .r Stage: LondffEntrrprn.WITItKBS" f RATE First line
Uuerttoit JOo
add Cootnl Tax C.rtatltat. Ifo. a. bawd I MY HAND' and. Metal ors lit "''OTIf'. OV APPLICATION FOR TAXI : t subsequent insertions 1
w Idt dy of A....... A. D I.... W Miami. Dade County, Florida. thin it oar DKKIX FBAFrCR ACTS or H m Vat
tried rte. Is ate dike, and "b.n wsa asan of 001....... A. D. IMTB. I PILE 1'i I

41.forCertificates Mk 11.I .. NOTION M tkCBT GIVEN that
'I 3 sbr. s. Jou.eke P ONmeM In.., 1 1er Blame
: 400"fbed prep.ges ties Osaatr Of 1 Circuit Coort Mh Comb Its eqmfkme No. : bound 1 FOR RENT Iron SALE Good mules, cheap.

Dad ..... of Florid .....It 1 Bps M. LUTII&IUI..I .... .1It day 01 ......C. A. D. ION. ban I 1 1i [! Ceo W. Smith Homeitead. Wit
f!; Nk of ...... I'. (N... I. II. 15 ) nw gome 10 or note. oM bon -I ,
at It. Tow..hh> 14 : 40 Baaa, tlsa for a tax 'deed to be Mount FOR RENT 12 ..... food been

lae '. fcotalnlu 1C Acre nan or .... hiIk. JlMIC'1t OF APPLICATION FOR TAX =. SaM CortrftMt ombmoK th.I 1 i land I mUll N. W. of Oouldi O.i FOR SALE Compost in any
Count* of Dnd. Duke of FhwMa DKKD CHAPTER IT4'7. ACTS VF IMI fallowing doKrihHl praporkT ta th Countr amount Shipped in by E II Wilson -
t. The __I of MM proportr tender FILM A 0N1 of Dodo, thaw of FlorMa to-wtt. ilea i A. Crawab w. (pdS:
I- the rid oprdflMi wed WM IP. tho nam. NOTICE 18 HERJEBY- GIVEN MatJMMM. ... Conk a MnrtHH ....... a M*.. I I I i of Hatting: Storage lot at

eli Intensity Owe PmoorUoh In*,. bolder at Bake Flat Book a. pan M. ooni.lnhia- FOR RENT-rurniahed apartment Modello. B S. Hlgglnbotrmmi .
'll Veto" said ce.Nfbwte shall be rdn.m- Ares wan or hi the Coantr of
r ad sturdier to Uw. the proportr .Mrrth.dtfcmta and Comely Ta< Ortiricaw Mo. lain Dad. State of Fiorina.Tk I I C. R. Bigcen, 104 N. E.I,i agent Box 38}, Homeitend. w
trod the lot dar of Awunt A. D. IM7hM .
IQnt ..11I.. mold to th* hl..h..t bMrtnt nm.mni.nt of .prop.itr nndrr .' 2nd nl9-U) 1 3))
riM wn. In air offln and km wade : Bvt : (Pd
& the Court how door as the tint Mon application JOT a tai dot4 to h* hnonlthonon. the MM nrtlfbala haMd WM to the Mm
the month of Jaauarr IMI which ....
o dar In of U.k. I'
.... Bald Cartlfkat. emblems MMfolhmlni i FOR RENT 100 BOMB Udw land FOR SALE House 4
a.t hj th* Ird dar of I. .. IMID diaerlUd In the Onmt. Unless MM eorrWMte Nell .* rodranvthornta ( JlplrtI -

tie >ti. this. 17th day of Nirwnibrr' HIT. of Dodo, Mass *f Fhirlita.pratmtr lo-wltt ed ataadlna :: IR*. :-: ioIt.: ,1 I must bt rented In one piece; TO I nents, 602 South Krome avenue
I Lot II Cook .... MarthM ...... suitable for potatoes balance I
lUi good imitation tile roof Offered
Clark A CourtDad. acres
G1: < CJrortt Section IT at tha Court hoop alt on th* first .
4. TowMhlp BMa,
11 : Coiatr. Plurida. Rant II Rage _"'ftl.. I* Awes dar to the month of Jesse. INS whkkhi tomatoe Rent $19 per I at an a.'roctlve price: Sem

1. e Cltsult. Com 5y goal N. C. =ERF.TT. C.Nor. not tk.or Ion Plat Book I, pan MIn Dated th* and Nib.dnr 17th of dew January.985 of _...... IM7 .ere. Cameron, Homestead,I I me for detail Cameron. Phone
rr : Cwnty of Dad.. state of Flow .1
'18 ( IS : D... de) 101.. K B. LEATHER.AM. Phone U (nJ-26)I 72, Homevtead

\urto Th __, of MM property andor, Clerk of Court. I

'. NOTICE' DEED. CHAPTER OF .II :OCT':Or TAX lose 1 the art MM VnkaowiUnlMn awttffcau. bud was In the aaax Circuit. Court Bral Dad Count*. FlorMa. I FOR RENT Apartment and i iI FINE: COUNTRY HOME, 1 acres,

FILE A.1114 I MM CortUkvt* .hall h* ..........I By N. C. BTERRFTT: D. tingle room. Mr Compton, 118 modern house, 7 room; large
HOT. 10. al DM. I. C'j
''II r. IMMU NOTICE,....IB......HEREBY. In... boles GIVEN of State that 1 awordlnt will MM th to* property th* highest dHMTlbrdUwrola kW t.rM I ; I N. W. 4th St. (pnlt) front and back porches, 2-rur

of nnd County Tai Certificates No. 0101, 1 the Court Houn door on the. first NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAXDR1D. I garage and servants quartets.
NOS. and 0410. baud the Ird dar of An- dar In the month of I......" less 1I."j CHAPTER IT4I7 ACT OF IMI. FOR RENT Furnished apartment I Rare tropical shrubbery This
hi seek A. D. IMI hM filed same In mr : .h the lie day of Jnnaarr IMI File No. A-IMO. and bath.
off!*., and .... mad applkatlo for a San OatH thin. ITtk dar of Nhor. HIT NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN Out VI..I I Water Lights Is a show place. $4500.00. Some
and t* .. awuod .h_.. Bake OartlfleatMmbraM I B. B. LFATHERMAN Virla N' Come_... holdar of State and Prefer man and wife No children '
th following donrlkod proportrIn Counts Tax Certificates No <4M NOW ...,. terms. Cameron, Homestead
Clerk. of Clmitt C...... or does. S. H. Fitch Kings i
the County of Dnd star at .. : Dad Count Florid.. sand the fed fr.1 Assent A. D. IMI I Phone 72.
ell .will Circuit. Count BM| i box filed Mm. offtoa, and hM aud I(I Highway East oil U)

n- W4 of >WU of MWtl Sortloa I.Towtuhlp I DN.. C. tTCRRETT: D c. atplkatloa for a t.. deal to h. luurdIhoroun FINE LAND
OrrtukWn. MihraM Ih* :
17 South Ranai II Eut. (Nor. I*. II ; Doe t, 10)) Sow I FOR RENT Several hundred
folbrwln dnon-lbad' propartr .In Iho Oo ntj -
' In the County of Dada Ewe of Flow
'n.n. .Ida. o* .-... In Certificate No.40S. of Dado. Brat of FkirMa ......: acres land suitable for all truck 5 A. West Mowry $SO per acre

n.A. Th 1.oaomsmt of MM proportraadrr NOTICE 0" APPLICATION f')1f TAX Treat 4. Hlrd Road Forms, a Subdik, I I for rent at $10.00 per acre; 10 A. Epmore Drive ISO per acre
She MM Cortlflc.1 Sound wash DEID. CHAPTER 17417. ACTS or 1939 I Plat Book T, pan II' In BoTtto* M.Tbwnnhlp crops
14 South Range 40 BM, 10 A. Coconut Palm $55 acre
the same of Unknown FILE A.U" I half cash balance from crop per
EMi of 8WV of NWti Bortlon I.Towmhlp NOTICE: III HERESY: GIVEN that contnlnln* II Acres mnr or Mm, Intha 30 A. 21-57-38. f IS acre
hundred Part per
ed 17 South Range II BMt.aoatalnlno' A. W. Llrd.... bolder of star and Con*. Couaty of Dado stab of FtorMa.n. I $753 per acres
SO Acres mom or .... In tr Tax CortlfleaU. N' *. flU lead the Oth I embraced In Certificate No. I4MTh I I hoB never been cropped and li: 140 A. North Krome Ave. $10 per

the Counts of Dad. state of Florida, dar *f Ac.rt. A. D. ltt. bas flied some i Reassigning, of MM proportr *ndrrof I therefore Ideal for tomatoes Ou acre Cameron phone 72,
M embraced In Certificate N*. '40'. In mr off.*. and hM mad anplk-ailm, for the saw Grtlflnto bawd worn I. the same
soyE The of MM piio.itr nadorth a tat deed ta k* bled ......... laidCorurioal I I. H Roper.Trww I Bird Road (paved road) near I Homeiteadro .
Mid CortirlMt based ma I* the ambrosia th* following des ib. I A .. Bird Road Firm a I -
t MUM at Unknown.Lot .d prapwlgr In th Cnnntr of Dado, stated Bubdn.. Flat Book : pw II I* Saw I,, Happy Farms Dairy Only ten ,..!.- Tror"07 1,10.44 00\\0
:1t .1..11-1..1. M Cook FlorMa, hvwlttKV4 tlon M. TowMklp l Boutk, Rann 40 miles from business section of
l1Q, of BW __In I.. 11* Ares morn orhua rus trees ana tropical fruit :III
a Martin ..... FUt Book 5. pan NEH of NKH of 114 Sac look Farms
Miami Call at
M ,. th* Counts of Dad.. But ofFtorlda rise" II TwnMlp M Bovth Ran*. Utait. la th* County of Dndn But of : Happy I aeason Jungle Grove Redlonif
_11II.1.. I .... Florid. M omknuod hi OrtlfkaM N.. P.
ell M embossed la OartlfMiM sans was or SO Dairy or write L Frlpp. I road and
No. '4 It. The oMMuaont of Said ta th.Co.iitW of Dad. state of 0107. drive.
Flit propartr andrr tho MM Ortlfhjata .In. Tho a.s..s..t .1 .W propoy sd" ": O.t of maid :-r'J.seder Coral Cables, Fla. I
ono< wa. In the MUM *t '11..0. wild rnlflat. .bna wn la ... vase the mid cartithow hours. same R. L RED FRYERS: -Live or anw-
Net Prior .. ... 01 V.k_. scarified
Using saw Certificates shall hataWnrlbol *- ) I FOR RENT 10 acres
'11.1_ MM. ontlftant shall h Mdonudaomrdlnt Unless MM OrtlflMlM shop h* rMomd td. Free delivery In city. Phone
..... wading. to 10. tho .rep.rei Hilaon.Naranja.
J. L
t. '. thnola will k* MM te the kickMl .. Uw. the proportr dowrrMlhor.1 aoMHIat W low. th* proportr land. $18 an sere M5-M. yaweD Poultry Plat
lliH.r at th* Court bas door Ml the I will ho MM .. the ktthott kMdorkM ol tl n>h> will k* MM M tho klohool bidder (a3lf) -
s fin. Monday la the month *f I....".. at Coirt hew OMT M th* first 11_ 0 t tk. CourtkouM dent on tho fire 11-
IMS, .... la wad dar. af inanarr >MIPoud dar h the _tit of ,.._.... I Ml., which dar In tk niontk of _..... I..,. whwkB. LOST
thai. Slab dar nf Mor ihor stay .h th* Ird dar of J.auarr. 1111.I It the 0th day of -..... INT.Dwd FOR SALE
ch' : E B. LRATRBRMAWOnk David this ITtk dar of N_...... IMIB. this. 17.5 day 01 0,t..... It17
n. of Circuit) Court, I .. LBATHERMANChrrk B. LBATHERnlAM LOST Last week. Boys' .Ia.*.,
Dad* OoMlr, FtorM*. of ClrraH. Owrt. Clerk of Climate Court.DadaCoankj FOR SALE: Buick coupe Ifn white gold rims Glenn Smith
its ChaaHConrt BM c.ul", .......... FMridaClraaH model Aol condition Ernest P.
B> N C BTERRETT D. CiNor CtrnH Cwrt ANSIMa I IBr Court Boat Renbar Apts. Apt. No 1. N. W.
'I N.' C. BTCRRETt. D. e. Br M. C amMBBTT. B 0.Mm Roberts. (n28 U)
I*. fit Don S. Ml 1681)1 lit eve and lit st (pnM)
4Nr, II, Ml DM, I. )0)II ) ( a. IS. II M. '


FLORIDA. IN AND' FOB DADS COUN.ty. Franklin McCall. Princeton, Flan2C .
W O .-. bows of lut and 0III' -.- FINAL DKCBKBTM ( ; d3)
arI Tn CorUflntoi M.. T4II and ,.... .to- If. 1M. Pat APPLICATION or lARA.REBECCA year domestic Job. Last house

old the Ilk oar .. '. .. A.: D. 1NO *MflM NOTICE OF PROPOSED VALIDATION HFNORICK TO BECOhTf A FOR SALE-One restaurant or E. Avocado drive. Viola Brown.
MOM In MT offl.*.. ..< hM mad. OF I 9110._." REFUNDING BOil 01. ,..t:1 DEALER.
1 orlbaltM for a tel ..4 I* k* based SERIES IMT. OP TUB CITY OF HOME. Thin. MUM sling on 0* h* bed uponippllraUon grocery let refrigerator Price loW c-II...... OIl.....* UHfollowlnc STEAD. FLORIDA, DATED OCT Mrrlbod proMrtr In th. Crusts I. '911.c REBECCA HENDRICK. for a floor dom.horoln .I WANTED
of Dooa But of Florida towttiLM. OF HOMESTEAD, n Municipal I and the Court below Mlb-flod of (pdlO)
I ta .. Blork .. lilnr Palm :. of the State of FlorMa, Po.Utlomr the MMcHr! and qu.llflo.tUr. of th*

Park n Bulk Flat Dank M, pan M. In rt STATE or FLORIDA, B prtltkHMr tn take show of ant meant.M 2 UNUSED RETREADS 21 .00. WANTED Girls' bicycle *4-
tk Cxmtroi Dnoa. stated Florida. Momkraod ._....n.. awes 1.w .d prspoSy. and to A&I
In CortlflMt. N.. 14M Th TO THIS TAXPAYERS AND .I.odeo s few ....... I. loony roped : IL .is., Aim child: iron crib and new Inch wheeL Redds Dry Cleaner.Homestead. ,
MMMnont of MM pram is' ender Ute OF HOMFI8TEAD! FLORIDA sow, 11-fare mattress Mrs. Anna Backer, .
MM Cwtlflrat* trued wu In the game Nauru .b hanks elms! that .. ardor wai ORDERED AND DECREED: I,
W ...."'"H "&. Co.Loll ..-. duly made and sand In th ahon m- t' That th* iMtlUonvr, SARAH REBECCA Modcllo. (pn2()
II to II Blork I. Bllwr Pal* titled suet or tie Hmorabl. Worth W.T.I .I HF.NDKICK ko, sad she U. k.rrr', WANTED To do part time'
Park 0 ....... Plot Book I*, pan 11.hi Jail of Ute ClrraH, Court of grunted the right and boosted M a fro I I bookkeeping F M Holcomb
tie College ml Oaoa, state .. Florida the Elrrmth Judlrl.l' of the State rain. and ta honor nathorUod a. Uk.1ihnrn !, FOR SALE!: 1 Overland coupe. \
M minuend. In Certifier Not of FlorMi. la and for the county of Daaon I of and. control her MlaM, t* nan 1 I Yes, It runs $10.00. C W. Roos Homestead R.I : r.28))
'". TM MMMmnt of wU propartr Na..mL"' llth IM7. aa-alnat the state! treat and h* pontrarHd with to .M USA and
tender tko MM OnlrleiU hoW' WMhi of Florida requiring It, through this But* k* lord and to kind korad* In all pa.ipoct .I Rr.D S82, Weldon Drive Trading Post, V4 mile S. Ooutds,
the nan* of Samuel E. CarvorUnhM Atttonwr of th* MM Circuit to shawl M fully M U olio wn maurrkMS Richard Road (nl 0-21)
MM Certificates shall k* KMomvd MUM, on the Ilk dar of Donmhoi, 1M7. Thin dotn* nhall korom. final 091the 4-A Hwy. (n9-dlO)
I man Inn to la% tk* prop eetp described 5tiehoneof10594s'rlssaid pottthMMT Nine Daiwa thereof kr1publkhliul FRUIT WANTED Roadside
tkmln will ko Sold to the hlthaM. bidder d... *t Ih* Circuit Court ROOT, In the / a copy of the dnroroanM onrh I FOR SALE 1 No. I 18-lttrti
I M U. c..rt bow door on the tint Mandy CourtkouM la tk* city of Miami. Gust work for four ((41 .ulimilTI In Oliver tractor plow completely *
In tfc* Mouth of James IMI which of Dado. In MM Circuit why ". OMofoadlnr saes a-we .rer pahlinMti Itad. Osw.l WANTED TO BUY'-oJd fuhlon
fa the Ird dar of ,.._.... IIMDoud Bond*. Swiss IMT praooMdto y. Florida, and tiling a'piot at overhauled 15000 W. L. ed furniture, chairs, tables, shfa
I thin. tub dar of NmmlMr. IN7B. .- ko hnuod kr tk* MM Cltr of HuaortMd.Fbrlda pohlkwtlon in this 145 N. W. 7th Ave. and
B. LEATUERMANOtoxuK ihoaM not k* validated sad MiT 1)ONx All R L'io I. Cb--WMI Luhley. boards pictures, china, sliver
Clerk et Clra.M .co..... flriiMd.If thin. IIIIt dy. II _........ A. D, 1097.IL 145th St. Route 1, Box 445. Miami Address Box U-121 c/o lAatl<<-
Dodo ciOa.... narid.. any taxpayer or .''1_ of MM. City WHonio.tod. r. ATIUI'IIIO"' Cirmsk J.....I Fla. nlitf)
Court BmlBr Florida hM sop Santa to Show, (N1.' L I'. I'. 26)' Enterprise. (nf: 43)
N. C. BTERRETT D. C. why koada >houM not k* bawd, nib
_INo., la, II; DM. I. 10) "U and) aoaflnnod; k* hi required ta NOTRE OF APPLICATION FOB TAX:: TURKEYS for sale Young fat WANTED listings of muses
u Mow nth before MM. DIED '
M- Start M Ik*
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FO* TAX MM tan Rod phuio. Caaator, 17417 tut of I.... Pile N.. ".....1 i Order now far Thanksgiving and apartments for rent H my

DBCD. CHAPTER IT4IT ACT OF INS WITNESS Kr nbmtw. nnd offlrhd soot NOTICE IS HEREOF OIVKN, Hut HMtrrU I, 25e Ib.>> live weight Mrs C S. Behrens & Ben]. W. Morris N.
FILM A-IIIO at Miami. In Dodo Count. Florida' ,. tkkllltk I Sheppard, bodes of state and Count/
rJOTICR IB HKREBT COVEN that dar of Howrmow. A. D. IMTB. Tax Crrtlflrat No. OMI ward the Oth I Allen. Halnlln drive between Krome *' o., north of 10-cent

JmiMU Proportion, Ine. bolder nf state B. LBATHERMAN day of Atoms A. D. I tin, hM filed Mnui Krome and Redland roads store, phone (4 (sin-tf)
and Covey Tao Onlflenlo. No. 7099 and Ckrk of the Urtull Own r* the,I. ..r ofIl ., and hM aunt applloitnri" form nl2-l
I I ( ) --
"' .... based th* ,lit dar of la\T A. D. Blnontk JudlcUl Clacurt, of Florkto we ds4 is be issued u.._. Sold Phone 2311
12M. ku filed acme In mr nflko sold kM In and (or Dodo 0...,. Grtlflmw. -- .... 1.lowi.y des-
t\4* application for 5 tax dad to k* taudUuMon. Circuit Court fe.| rHbd prooortr in the County of Duds, FOR SALE Second hand plan. Home
Sow Certificates mkmM thofollowtmt Br M. BWIFT Dopey Clork.HtAlO stage of Florida, towltiMS Buy a
dM al id pmnoTtr I In tk* OconU FIATCOCKMiami. << : I of *v of BW44 of NW'4" I In good condition. Price attractive -
nf OuW But of FlorMa.. to.wtt, I Florida Section I. Towmklp M South. Baiur Homestead Variety' Buy Grove I and
Lot II. Cook a Martina Boa. Plat aVilkltar tar 4* Cmw containing 10 Ae_ main orIn '
BM t, pan M, anntalnln. I* Anne Potlt".Ho... 11 U M: DM I) I Lea, the County of Bad*. Data ofI Store. (pd17) Buy Glade and

Moen *t ..... to Il,. Gamy .f Ondo.Wat 1-I Florida. J I
of FlorMo, a. Mnkrand In Or.tltlral I Th Mimniint at MM pupiilr NofltB OF AFPtfTATIOli FOB TAX I II la my firm belief that higher .
the rid entitle ...... WM In tie new.ti .
No. 1000. The asoesoennt of NOTICE' or APPMCATION FOR TAX I ,I BHKRFll. ImmhteBt
price: are
mud prmpery 5,440 the mail Certificate mum. CHAPTER 17417 Art of I Mi.FlM t Unksaw.. "' IIIII
heard low., Is the ,s1.. Uoksnw,. No. : Union 1.14. MrtlflMt* hall k* I I NOT1C'HKRKRT: : GIVEN: that D. B.B Don't quibble about prir
Lot (7. Conn a Martina ...... Plat NOTICE ttREB1':: GIVEN tkalVnnWnmhaMr. '.. wool Uw.44 Ih* prooortr .Ii.trlh.d1jhontn <-H Ilia. hvt-Wr of City of Hialeah taorrtlflMW <
Rook a, pun M, onMlnln 10 Aires hoi l-r of But and County will k* to tk* homage kMd.rM I I Numkorad HO and M, So15dl I Malt walk
or bM, hi tk* Dmntr of Dada Tan CorUfl.t... No 1171 and aMT. brood the Court haw don M the fine M._1 tie sib ". ,1'_ A. a iota, kM flMMM Buy now.
C .1 Pl rwa, s .ebraad Ctrl theo dar *f August. A. D. IMI. kM filed,dar In th* nnntli of December. 1017. which CortlflmtM ta office. and hoI
lOtioN 14e, ,..... T'- meanings" 01 Mm In mr office and bee Main ....110.. 11o.u"n: of D.a.whlo.r. IMT. I II mado Sam tot dead to ba..| Ye*'U thank m* for this -
sty False tie saw 5.rtNwlw tine f or a loa did t* h* Issued Uiiroin d.r of Vt4j r. HIT lIo -a aorordol with taw Sow or, 1 at few months '11_.
1.sdPwsa r. tk* Mm of Unknown BaM Certificates foHowhwdmrlkid r. R. LKATHKRMAN I 1111.._ __ th* tolhrwlnd1. donrllndpropHtr.
Unless MM OM-tUUate* ....11 b. rxw.. praportr Tf'"eo-tr: of Dad*.I Clerk. of Circuit Geri.PIslN; ......... hi Dad Owntr Ftoo.Lot" .IMa. II. A. Cameron .
I as M. w ARM hod I SUM of Florida, ... Dnda Count*. 1
: =will W ooki, ko C 1 heat U.UW E',, of w% awl NPi,1 Ben.Sim. 'ClreuH Court. SW1Br ? Blork IT RI..I.oh Orurrn.1. hth.
at tM Cowl koana door *n the first Mo*. 2. r, =: u. Range IaWere. I K C .IfcRRETT. B. C. City of "........ CooMr of Dnd.Slalo ..
nn> ht eke month of January, lOlt whhdlIt ontelnln* 10 Among am** or lo.., (Nor. I. It II ... 1061))I of Florida, no _Nee.d ta COMUflrat
tk. third dar January... I Owl. la th Costs of Dan. But *f FlorM. No. 00. Tko ......went of
Dated this. 17th dnr of N' _1>.r. IMTB. .. a. weakening! ta Cortlfhate No. I IM TUB Cltn'TT CO!'BT OF Tax MU pup.lljp andor MM CortlfV
R LRATHKRMANChnU (170. The of MM proportr, JIDKMAL riRtvrr If Alto. FOR| ran loiuod WM ta : boom of Ua- lIt It SoAKERS
:. of ClrouH, Otto,.... nod r 1M MM Ortirirata ...... wao DADS 40UNTT.CHANCERT FLORIDA. IN" h
Dad County', FlorMa.Ctraot ta tha sakes of D. W. ..... BH.WH I 7otBl.. 17. rttaUak Orhrlaal. ta
Court S... at OW(4 BoMhm 4. Township IN Tile MATTER rtF! INS AIXPTIOM] the city of Huilrah <'oN.'" of Dado,
BF K C. BTCRRETT: Ik. C. M north Raaw 10 BoM Mntolalnol : OF INFANT HUDSON PETITION" FOR, Dew of .......... no ta Cor.tllltaU DENTISTOffice
..*. II. 10, DM. a, 10) M Ami Men or tame. hi th* Corey ADOPTION No ... Th. .iiiiiaunt dmm
of Dodo. Mme of FWMn, no ........ ; NOTICE OF FrrmoM FOB ADOPTION, niip.rt andor Ih. MM Corltf..... Mearn: I n. M) 5 B. B..
IN THC lIRCI'R COURT OF T"IEfLIV..TII In Cvrttrlral. X., IU7 Th m..eow| NOTICE h kor kr lrt..n IhM Ih. .odrr ...... ta .... aaoM *f 1Ja_ a.
A : 1\1t1I"IAI C151'UIT OF moat *( nM proportr nndar tko MM dewed "HI on the 17th day of KoronrWrA. U-1-as idd CsU/Sml.1.11 be retires .( nJ.r* f $o U
H.ORIOA. m AND FOB BADE tOUNTT CorUfloaoi bed wno fa ka MOM of D IM7. M 110 .meld 4. ". 1..k..Pplketke .n..dlaw so low. deed will bas.
IN CHANfERT 1.5......* Lor Drapor. Sao .f w of the Cfrs4 tho 14111 don II DsesmMq A- Ctefeol 'a'lIt4.n
MOMENT D. ..RI'.. P.IstItt. r* '11._ o>M CMIflrawn Mad. k. MdkM.ol .' Csrft : w JMl/ab Cl.o.ltin D. I....
I IVBIB M FRIFROROCR : \of....... norardla to = the prwportr .. and for Dods County. Elms poos.o ranged th*. lOtk d r nf tf__. A. DIM7 .
FOR rioLKATIO .1 Uurwla will k* t* tk* hfthw Wart I time so eke" M Made sshwhIsg weadrum I Free Parking Space
TOt BIBIB M. FRIER, (M sort) FrBlioil. M th* Overthrow aim on .... front Him- br them of the New .,... NO& I B. L LBATHtRMAH
tahtaMn. OoorthwYoar dar hi th* Mouth of Doomihv, IMT.*: m. as their BurkIM and M Mw.FOWRD Chink .. C4rah Oarl.Dad nil N. W. t TH ST. MIAMI
big a0 nqntnd ad oroVrod. baa k..h hth.Olha.TW DwMnorr, IM7, NIMNICHTJamn Cats. FVwidn.Br .
Mien the 'lk dar *f Docmkn. A. D.I !>ntedj this. '. HUg( I N O. BTERRBTT D. 0. rnosi i-tiii
1M. M ..... Per _.._ I" 41.. tt'a"l; 1.TR'h.l: ; W. )I... A"- too PostM40a Clinton Court SMLMo I
V I 111 J.' .r...._ __ dork wl ctNoII Court 1 4091. It/ _. S. at. 1" 8400 ( *, It, II, sal Pot I. 10))

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I The Redtend District Ybung Discussion of the Supreme a FLOUR ,
People' Union held a benefit par- Court question of the United State I I Coffee
eel port party In the Sunday school by Mn Henry Ruegg, Mr W. D.
I 20 Ib.Sack.
building of OM First Baptist Bishop and Mica Jennie Lobdell 1 Ib. -
Church Tuesday .venlnl. Each was a feature of the Study
penon brought a package, end the program Nov. 18 at the Clall'' can
package were auctioned oft bjrtN Miss LobdcU. Mn Jas, M. I
Rev. Howren Norton of the bin talked on the Russian .
Silver Palm Church end J.Q.Cald. and Mn R. J. Shepherd, on the Z9c 95c i
well of Redland. Japanese situation Miss Lob-
Each!! : church presented a fame, dell read an article, "Thankful \
and hot chocolate and cookies were I What" OCEAN SPRAY PER CAN FANCY
I ; served. I
Ii About thirty-five were preaent Mr. and Mn R. L. Hobson and RICE
The amount cleared wa $7.33. daughters: Misses Alice and Grace, CRANBERRY SAUCE :lSc
r were Thanksgiving guests at the
I AIRS. HOLFERTT TILLS home of Mr. Hobson' brother and 5 Ibs. nu 21c
i' I or terns FROM CHINA sliter-ln-law! Mr. and Mn Carl Green Giant
In a foreign I mission program Hobson of Naranja. PEAS
da "Through the Centurlea" given I :l5c JULIETTE
Thursday at the meeting of the per
f Presbyterian Auxiliary at the home GIRL SCOUT NEWSBy I Meal or Grits
of Mn H. S. Wolf, Mra J. M. Hol- Athlry Kemp Scribe
t .... Heinz Plum-Fi?-Dat e Medium can
lerty told of recent letter from
her brother-in-law* an.1 sister who The regular meeting of the CM 5 Ibs. .. .. 19c
are medical missionaries in the ScoutaVII held at the home of Pudding 33cPURE
mountain of touthweatern China Mn Skill on Tuesday; New badges Any Brand
The letter,the said, destined their I were ordered and a few who just
work and the work of their daughter got their cards at the court of MILK\ I.
I a doctor In a hospital In the awards received their badge GOLD, plain or self rising
I war XCM Pamphlet showing different articles .............._._.........22c tall
I Others taking part In the program I for Girl Scout were given FLOUR .._._. .. 3 cans 21c

I I t 1. J. Pace were,:Mra.Mn t J.L.M.Nilson.Cal, MnR Mr*. out.The older Scout worked on .._................. 75c Del Monte

\ E. Trotter and Mr*. A. T. At their health winner badges. The -
\ thus program chairman.The younger Scout worked on their PEACHES
\ next meeting will be held "five points of health". A few

j Jackson Dec. 2, at In the Naranja.home of Mn. R. C. girls Ardell worked Pannan on was signaling hostess this J VEGETABLESTender J Fresh Meats No. 2% can h 19c

I t Present bealdea those mentioned week. She served Ice cream and .
r f, wereMr: *. E. V. Burr. Mr*. O. T. cookie The hostess Del Monte
next week
Blake, Mn. B. E. Oatlln, Mr. H I* Geraldine ReiU Garden Country Roll
\ I J. Armstrong, Mr.A. P. Darling. Present were: Ann Hlckson, PEARS
t, Mn. C. N. Harris and Mn. 1, R.Hlckton. Kathryn; Graves, Betty Bailey, PEAS BUTTERIb
; r Margaret SUUmon, Geraldine No. 2/ 23e
can .
k "'M RalU, Marion
:. G. A. MEETS MONDAY Sayre; Virginia Edmunds Klnner, Marjorie, Dora 2lbs. .. M. 29c _. ___ _. 39c
\ WITH MRS. ANDREWSThe : Scott, Vida Clarke, Frances But- Van Camp'sPork
O. A. of the Flnt Baptist land Jenny Hardle, Kathryn Su-
:' Church under Its new leader, Mr*. ber, Melba Van Winkle, Olrlen Iceberg Pork ShoulderWhole & Beans_
: r Bert Andrew, had a program on Pact, Barbara Miller, Anne Ithe- '
16oz. 5c
the week of prayer Monday afternoon ney, Ardell Parmin, Charlotte LETTUCE can _
at UM church. 1 Jeronlmo, Jane fuchs, Athler: or leg half
r Those present were: Mildred Kemp,Mn. Brooks, Mn. Maynard, )flracle.Whlp
I ( Greer?rMerie Jenkins, Catherine and Mrs. Skill.Edward. I 2 heads uno, 15c Ib ._ ._ 25c
I Dixon, Mary Radford Ciletje I Salad Dressing
l Terburg, Elaine King Thtlma
I Radford, Virginia Walker, Doris
I Cheshire, Wynelle; Shepherd. La- Stihng IRISH Lamb Shoulder qts. _. .Uh.. 39c
I von Stamper and Mrs. Andrews. Real Estate
F : General Insurance POTATOESlOlbs Whole or half Stokley's

1. Turner's- Funeral Home c.FLORIDA.. Palm Are Cmr.and FLA.A... B .u 19c per lb. .. 22c I PUMPKIN

I t t: Lady Attendant Western 2 No. 2Y2 cans 25c
Phone 584-R Homestead,Fla. .. Fancy long stalk i
I .. Round Steak I None Such -
I' CELERYbunch
(, I Mince Meat
lb. ..... ..... 28c
: .. ._ 12c
i. pkg. 15c
'; Golden Ripe
COATING Chuck Roast Octagon

r' BANANAS3lbs. Soap or Powder

lb. ._ ._ .. 25c

t' : .un 10e large 13c

I Banquet SlicedBACON
; t Service COOKING ,
{ More BEANS21bs.

-from Old Felt Roofs APPLES Ib u u u 39c
I 15c

5lbs. .. .... 17c
your eW Mr roof star to show I* .g* Rib orBrskett!
w:: H !.. with Con, A.bettoe Plbr Coorino. Jersey Brand

this totted material I Ia far nor than a paint. The> IgM PAPER SHELL STEW CATSUP21g.

.4* penetrate two body of two roof, thoroughly w.taproofina &

two fed TJM heavy .>. M any era_ forming 1 PECANS lb. __ unun 15c I bottle 25c

which te re-fcrforeed with ""wlMstMtlM
a wear resisting surface g lb. ... _._._ 25c Fresh home made
Bbre On Ooh ceases ebgul 50 squats fe... N. B. Crackers

". c.., fibre CMtIftt I Ie also tW for o K tasted,"'P1a.ketsd' Sausage Meat .

mstd rOGfIo Oat A this" renewed, Red Diamond AD 5e varieties

LOOKER LUMBER COMPANYS English Walnuts lb. un.u 28c 3pkgs. 13c \

SI HOMISTIAD FLA. lb. .. ....._.. 25cCranberries Local Fresh DressedFRYERS Northern Tissue

,'. Linenized for softness.
oI-:' 'teg Ib. ? .. ?.,... 35c
: Boy now .

'' "I. r> OOUTS. Ib .. .. n 19c Hens, Ib: ._ 30c 4 rolls]) u.. n 25cr
I'd .01' 0'1.." bOVe'd.. .. ,
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