The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00058
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: February 7, 1936
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00058
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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ASSIGN 2 MEN machines all the the provision hue and for cry a over county the referendum legalized vote slot BY POLICE CH YESTERDAY J it

on the question of licensing them seems to have been
overlooked. The Idea probably has been to fight the
WITHIN WEEK law by other means until the time for a general election f :
grew nearer, but it would be well for opponents of theonearmed COUNCIL PROBES Tactics Used by Owners .
bandits to be prepared to take advantage of in Miami Avail Not .4'in I

t this referendum provision if and when other methods INTO DETAILSOF Homestead i
PJea of District Taken to of combatting' the evil are exhausted.

High Officials by Section 12-A of the disgraceful. slot machine law
$11 j \ '
Coleman provides as follows CITY'S STATUS
"Upon petition of-20 per cent of the qualified WITHOUT PAY-OFF !

electors of any county the county commissionersof
such county shall provide for the submission to Adjourned Meeting to Be City jaw Requiring Post ;

CLUBS HAS RESULT electors of such county at the then next succeeding Held Tonight as Business ing of Odds Is One 1
general election the of whether
LeadVisit question any permit Crowds
jCSHc CourtHouse or license theretofore granted for the operationof Suggestion ;

in Body.as Fatalities any of the machines or devices described in this Getting down to work in a businesslike I
, Increase act shall be continued or revoked, and if the majority way Monday night the Seven slot machine placed Jn ,
of the electors voting on such question in pew city council at Its first regular Homestead Wednesday by representatives '
Governor Dave SholU andEtate such election shall vote to cancel or recall the meeting among ether thing oiled of a Miami syndicatewere .
JUwd Board Chairman C B.Tieadway .' licenses or permits theretofore given then the for Inventories from all departments picked up yesterday. by Chief i
of the city, killed the ordinance ot Police Homer Sullivan Instructions
told Sheriff (). C Cote-! (Continued on Page Two) on tl
that would have raised from Mayor Chaa. c.
tnan Wednesday that two highway '
I : the salaries of city\ employee ten Harper and taken to the city hall
patrolmen.front the state road de- 3 .Buildings Damaged cent, appointed George K.: Mc- ,
pertinent would be assigned to NARCOTICS MENNABSIISPECT per ,Following tactic adopted In Miami
the Miami- "nestead section of By Fire Within .1 I Catktll of Miami. city attorney, the agent of the dot machine
confirmed appointment of Homer
5'Road 4-A within a week, owner deposited with City Tax 1c.u.
wording to word received py W.: ? hlflffin "; 2\. 24"meet..ot "uuae. and, ..- .a-IIt'J ;
.. Flak yesterday. itatlont Krome again tonight amount equal to that requited by I
I IN HOMESTEAD avenue and King Highway which I An ordinance prepared by the the slot machine statute enactedby I ,',
I the
At instigation of Mr. risk
Jacksonville office of the )WA in
started from short-circuited electric I the 11131 .,laJatun. Homestead !
tht presidents of' five Redland
connection with the loan-grant for
I has not yet enacted .a slot t
District orgatiiiatlon went with wires and caused minor damage "
Improving the city electric light
machine ordinance in
Itim before the Dade County com- not yet .estimated wa extinguished conformitywith '
Watched and water plant and lines was given -
tnissloMn 1IIItda7uIn, and, as Marijuana by the Homestead fire the state law, however, and 'g)
its first and second
asked that a traflle patrol be .**.: Cigaret Peddler for department Sunday afternoon. with the understanding that it until and unless in It doe all machines t
I placed operation will JM
tabllihed in an effort to reduce Damage to the extent of fiftydollar
would be examined by
Two Months Attorney seized, it hay been decided. I
the number of fatal auto accidents resulted from a fire at McCaaklll before the meeting tonight .1
I 6n the highway between Miami the home of Mrs. Seymour Dane on when the council will consider Slot machine "picked up" yes i I
and Homestead. The eomml..loD-1 F R. Sweating, resident of Redland road near Silver palm apparently stringent rule terday were from Toby'a Barbecue. ,
er pleaded no available fund but I Homestead for the part two yean, drive Saturday night when fire with regard to light and water operated by T. J. Walker at i
promised to take the matter up wa arrested her early last night spread from a fireplace in revenue during the period of the Flagler avenue and N. X. Second ,
later In the day. They suggestedthat I by Chief of Police Homer Sullivan the noun. The Homestead fire loan repayment street: the Cabin Inn operated by I
the delegation In the mean and two government narcotic department responded to a call for On flnt rending, the proposed Ben King opposite the old F X. C. '
awhile see Sheriff Coleman. agent out of Miami. His arrest help but the fire had been extinguished ordinance aeemed to tie up revenues pumping station on Flagler avenue I
The sheriff said that It was Impossible follows by less than a week \ by the time the apparatus in various fund *o that no ; the Bank Bar operated by J
to deviate from hfs budgetby a spectacular raid in Miami by made the seven-mile run. part of them might be used for W. H. Simmons at Krome avenue i
adding deputies for road patrol state and government narcotic A house in the William negro general operating expenses of the and N. W. First street, and Jack1
:work, but the need for It had men lit which a government man quarter near Modello was completely city On further examination the Market, operated in colored town
been impressed on him more than wa Jn a. tight spot after buying. destroyed by fire Sunday new city attorney Mid he believed I by E. I* Kelly. I
ever by the death of Dr. Mary marijuana (doped) clgarett before the Homestead fire de- they were not a*strict a* they flnt Other business houses approached -
freeman (fiend of long standing Chief of Police Sullivan and partment reached the scene. The appeared, and Superintendent I tar location are understood to C Cdo
Ht said the governor would Policeman W:,R.SjrkM I.Vorkfng IQ origin of the blaze was undetermined Cordon Ivey and City Engineer E. have refused to have anything to
be In Miami Wednesday to attend j co-operation with the narcotic officer I (Continued on Page Six) with the one-armed bandit .
ask if taW toad board partolmen to uncover suspected marijuana -- One of the machines I I. said to 4
could be assigned! to the Home outlet in Homestead have have taken $11 of one Homestead J I
itead-Mlaml highway The favor- had Sweating under surveillancefor 40-Piece Band of Redland School man's money without having paid
(Continued on Page Six) I two months Met the raid off once. /
l in Miami Friday night, they lost To Begin Public Playing in March Among suggestion being considered t '
I track of him but found later: he by members of the city I
was working with lEnA forces I A 40-pIece band eompoaed.of weekly to the Redland school council for solution of the problemof
on the key*. When the FERA Redland Farm Life, tudenU will band for remuneration furnished how best to keep the slot machines
workers' truck\ arrived in Homestead begin making public! appearance through the national youth movement out, is the enactment of an
last nights! federal officers some lime next month, Principal Three more hour Instruction : ordinance requiring the posting on
andChief Sullivan were waitingnear Cart Wagner told the Redland Par a week are given by Mia Ellen -I the machines of the psy-o odd w
the post office, southeast corner ent-Teacher Association: at a meeting Nyberg, music teacher for the of each machine. The new council -
of Krone and dowry, where Monday night in the school Homestead and Redland school I* understood to be lust a* opposed
the truck: stops to discharge Itshuman auditorium. In their instruction the pupil are to allowing the bandits to
freight : The school band I* well equip grouped according! to instruments operate In Homestead a* was the
Mr. announced that and take turn In directing old council-If not more to.
As the officers approached, ped. ,Wagner played pupil -
__tin, started running. ..Hewa I new instrument to the value" of practice.
caught in front of Ttrburg's $JI.J55. had been purchased by A credit of one-half unit toward Nancy Carroll Mat lie J
I I restaurant, jKirome avenue end 8. I members la addition to Instrument graduation If given members Ian wtess. IonryIf I
W. First street and taken to Miami already owned or bought of the bend
by the narcotic officer second head _JoclwUd .r.o,.recording Announcement was .made that her ..npt permits,
bas horn, 410; an oboe, W. H. Beekhjun,Judge of the Bade Nancy Carroll, motion Diana star
300; three. French horns flU County Juvenile Court and .Mr*. who la in Miami on business antipleasure
TB& WEAJIIQ each; ,ft flute; f$4' 80; ,four elarlMts J..A. Austin*f Miami, president of will be patroness at the
,- SM.80 each; two cornet, the Dade County Council, would annual dinner of the Sacred Heart
OffWUI pntW npwt W tht saiar.ewits. |4f W each; a drum, f U; and another be speakers on the Founder pay; I Society of Homestead to be given
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.Ie.M Wes.5.t" drum, $42. program to be held at .:'0 p. m. I Thursday of newt week In the

DoteMax'| ,Mtm1| ..".) Un The band contain besides those Feb. U In the auditorium. Green Lantern Restaursnt.
Instrument mentioned six Aram- Luther JL Chandler told .of his Mr. and Mrs. Thomas LaHiff,
Jail. 11-_ 62 09 30.10 .83 bones, four .cornet, two saxophones trip to Chine last summer and illustrated parent of Mia Carroll who visited
Feb. 1. _. 11 42 3 .28 four clarinet and .ten tii* talk with picture Mr. and Mrs. John P. Neater
Feb. 2 __ 7S 43 30.22 violins. taken. here Tuesday, said they knew
When I lei my mln ramble Feb. I __.. 'I" 48 30.12Feb. The P.-T A. I* paying the traveling Mr*. Eichenberger: appointed a Nancy would be glad to come to
Die lessen I learnt 4. ._ $4 84 2US expensed of three membersof nominating .committee composed the dinner and they thought It t
"Kee ye' mln' en ye" dough Feb. __ 80' 85 11.88 I. the University Miami band .f Mrs. Flora Vmlen. Mrs. Gee. very probable that nothing would
Or ye' bread win be bent." :feb. 1 13 I. 21.92 ..03i who give two hour instruction Fletcher and Mr*. Cba Turner prevent her accompanying them.

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'URGESTIIUYERS'LIcENS&LAW I I beta her laughter: got nw start en I *"" "rills''Hs .I''BRfcwuujrf: .,!" HU V K TOW never, got.married; On* flat an :

the stage by winning beauty eoa-, OF THE SLOTMACINE LAW' Insurance agent/ got hold of him. '
test and amateur night prUeajuu I '(Continued From Pale One) .. Why not take our *' 10,000
I !TO later went to Hollywood duce WJsdDTamTln ..-t&fflptwHeT Of th* state or :norhfcrttuf-ttMr tax. P 1f'cYltClif rdr"" ifs'!*" ce r -
fte moilei sat that
shall not thereafter grant > urgef *
of M cb county
Nancy was a typist at 18, when she *.collector ; "But.I'ni'iiot maiisL".., i
CURB ACCIDENTSSwan I NS3ni&m! Mrot th*'oper tlonthfltbe mathlile...*nl2 "n i
(Continued on Page Eleven) devices described In this act. Provided further, "You will be as soon as the newsgets
out," said the agent,
such licenses shall not confidently.
that county revoking
I I any .-Montreal Star. .
thereafter participate In any of the revenue derived
Asks Local Lionsto
FAIR MANAGER ,I under this act." ffltM_
Start State-wide With the feeling against slot machines as strong

Agitation OPENS OFFICE as it is in Dade County there would be no need for a GROVETJlEATRE
I house to house canvass to get signatures to the petition,
Scoring county and state authorities Copies of it circulated in the churches and left in public
for not having provided IN HOMESTEADH. i places of the county would soon get the required 20 COCONUT: GROVE
a traffic patrol for State Road electors and the
per cent of the qualified signed up, Shows 1 and a Admission 15f
4-A that would have reduced or E. Crandall, Exhibit referendum could be voted on in the general election Matinee Sat and San. too
prevented the number of.fatal November. ..
next ltol. m.
automobile accidents<< that have occurred Promoter for 20 Years, This is an opportunity for the Redland District
on this highway, George L. Takes Charge will 8UN.MOX.TfES.WED.THURSDAYFRIDAY .
Ministerial Association to initiate a movement that
Swan urged the Redland District
Lions Club at meeting Tuesday take the county by storm, and a member to whom it ,, O '
night to enlist all the Lions dubs I A Homestead office Fair for, scheduledto the Dade was suggested yesterday said that he was certain this
County Tropical of workers in behalf of human betterment A 0be'Y
of Florida in a movement for enactment I open,In Redland the tint week earnest group te15
of a drivers' license law In March has been opened In the would lose no time in taking up the challenge. '- .
It the next session o( the legislature McCrory Arcade by Harry X. Once submitted to the voters the one-armed bandits o
Crandall of the promotion department would be emphatically excluded from operation in Dade CENTeltIsowcnes lit ".1 y.O ib-\\ .
Crediting of a bounty on vaf of the Kraus Greater Shows, County. -
debts of nations having a trade who have been engaged by the
balance with the United States left association to direct the assembling I !
W4 advocated as a means of encouraging of the exhibits and to EDWARD ARNOLD
trade with this William Hardle guest speaker, management The office will be Dust In
Mr Thomas LaHlff mother of open daily from B a. m. to S p. m., or Spray?
Nancy Carroll film actress, present I ands stenographer will be on dutyto "CRIME AND
with, Mr LaHiff as guests of answer queries by telephone PUNISHMENT"FRIDAY
John P Neafsey, program chair or In person whenever Mr. Cran- ,_ !
man for February, told by request (Continued on Page Six) i SATURDAY
When farmers together there is alwaysan

I Japanese Armor of 13th Century argument as to which is better. CHIC SALEIn SCOTT

Will Be Exhibited Here on Sunday

"As the feller says, every man to his own "ROCKY MOUNTAIN

There are only four suits of Japanese services to the people of that par
armor known to be In the ticular Island. poison.
I United States, three of them are In "The sword, one of those prize I
the museums of large northern pieces of steel from the middle MOUSE MATINEE

,,......... -. ,.,.....- ages is rustles," Mr. Eckel said. We carry a complete line of insecticides for SATURDAY I P. M.
"It has preserved Its own edge/ STAGE SHOW FREE CANDY
throughout the centuries. Althoughno both dusting and sprajing. For those who do
man knows when It was ever
sharpened the edge wlU still clipa not want to use a ready made dust !formula, we
hair. When It was presented to
the thirteenth century feudal lord, can mix any formula that is, desired.
1 he tested It by clipping off the
head of one of his servants. The ONLYMONKEY
servant counted it an honor to be
considered so worthy" JUNGLE
Th fascinating story of the ancient IN THE U.S.
and how they were presented to The Kilgore, d Co.
I him will be told by the Nazarene Halnlln Drive west
.I mission worker at the service Sun- 01 NaranJa Road
Homestead Fla. Phone 63
.I.i day afternoon The armor will be ADMISSION IOei
built upon a volunteer for dis
play. i .
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Only FORD offers such value j


at the PRICE!' can't be had v-e eNe1Nepa w,'

--.-- under $1645 ::over Jloo.ooo Ford V a a toed

cities and the fourth, will be exhibited I [Pu..o..n tide low. OPhRAnry_
in Homestead Sunday afternoon of Ford'i basic design of engine, brakes, and except In ether car coder 'ISlSI;, say

Church at a o'clock on West in the Mowry Nazarene BECAUSE only Ford cots give you so much fin* car per- the Ford :1: 5RR4 CINa 'U"ACI per

street, according to the Rev. How- ibrmanc in aa economical, ,",.bandliDg car. car 1IIId:,!rif-I'eI!ban any Pound Other
ard Eckel pastor. Because of Ford's economy in making sod selling c M- .

The suit of armor was broughtto only Ford cut give you so many fine-car features M anywhere In no car
Homestead by the Rev. Wm. A. near the low Ford price. cndJe4C1NnaPOISI IIDI_..
Eckel. son of the local: pastor, who And fifteen minutes at the wheel of the 1935 Ford V-8 under $1275 'pdn... "lIIa..re
Is here on leave of absence from '1 ACTION
his work as head of the Nazarene will prove it neo more clearly Why not dm on today? -except I'en a apdnp ON Alt WHI'LI_
missions in Japan. While visiting .2- ,,,,,. CIII cIow. rur.cd
with his parents he is special meetings daily and 1Ioaai1l"=;::'aba woshts '"
Sunday at his father' church. ate.... i f
Th armor, dating back to the In
thirteenth century la 880 yean TORacri
old It was worn by one of the : car within oa'w"Gives biLgi you
feudal lords at the time he was appointed + CINT''O.CI CLUTCH \
ruler of one of the Japanese 250 of Ford' I lC oa, LoaeI W.. -laaiel Jtedat
.Islands by the emperor. DUAL
Kept intact M one of the relics row prIce pa ..."m gu t-sRAfa. .......CA.'U'ITOI.. _"
of the Island through the centuries, ar.tia'J Quidte e lcI ,
It was presented to Missionary ,";.. ,'}" "
Eckel: who has been a worker in
Japan for 20 years, because of hisFC1TY
w f I == v.a ""ewes ne be light eoeasnial -sew
: WATTS, Prep.I 'y ant.CadeCaCtolsDeftwy.aeis01 s lei,

lUuttnt ef say kind; at any I for....I.-.t a-rlad. U.nd ..eal=,:. balamers5
time. Sato delivery --AmwiaUCCuonoaewinn.ba.is .
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:ur_ 1Ia.1'11 [' .. .. -.0.: ._ ...:;: :'=. P'an.TIbow. : _
!-'" Te r ''' : window JUiatetr'gUavJtha Corn- ariud.tl'r. M.. MthMtrv
Ilr T \m r ctigrm r'evil Motors Truck Corporation'; charl"'lf public; tnapeqJ a. ,Oa
six-cylinder engine encased In an' these' selected 'locations; a huge
j I insulated steel housing beside him. tent carried In the caravan will
I I These men, carefully. selectedfor be rained and a variety show ofmotion
physical fitness and driving picture and) wonderworkIng -
tkjll, pilot these gigantic unite scientific demonstrations und
each of which weighs seven tons I lectures given for the enl-t'l tum-
I when loaded with utmost regard I II ment of the people It will be
i for the rules of the road, exempli- i' veritable circus of scum
I'a ;, tying, in their piloting General The tent sent 900 and Its silvered -
Motors' stand on highway safety top protects the audiences
I I A full complement of against the heal of the *un'< i,iv.Ventiliitlon .
tion light, dual \ Ravlca-I Is adequate and dour a
I rors, and Illuminated dl connecting the show trucks nnd
signal are auxiliary aids to rate : tent protect the crowds from nun ;
I driving Cadillac "neat add to the i The complete caravan suet, rev
71i two oi pilots' comfort II | down the road a distance of more
I sin The educational exhibits cairted j than two miles The vehicles me
the big trucks contrast the new spaced st 200 foot interval for
with the old in transportation and safety and as a courtesy to other
the comforts of living These exhibits I motorists Other units In the line \ I
I were designed by the General Include 1838 models from nil the
Motor art and colour sectionin General Motors car divisions--
i Detroit. The interior walls are Chevrolet, Pontiac, Oldsmobile a
finished In bright contrasting col- Buick and Cadillac-La Salle and
I three specially constructed red and
ors.Among the displays are various sliver, streamlined Chevrolet trac-
exciting and mystifying scientific tor-and-traller units, each 28 feet
device used in automotive research long Two advance men travel In I
and advancement, all products Cadillac ahead while a Chevrolet t
of the General Motors research service truck, to aid in tent erection
laboratories. Improvement follows, making a total ot 28
over many of the mechanism units assigned to the caravan
The General Motor. Parade of Progress,which I I. traveling more than 80,000 miles this year, It pictured shove shown at the General Motor One trailer transports the 35
II en location. Glint streamlined exhibit truck are Joined together to form exhibition halls which lead Into building at the Chicago world's K W Winton-Diesel power plant
the "bio top." The "world's fair on wheel*" will portray to hundred of communities all ever tho country the fair Some of then exhibits the which lights the show on location
great contribution. ", ad. by Industry to human comfort and happiness visitor themselves may operate. and runs the exhibit machinery,
Forced ventilation has been Installed The second provides locker space ,
New York Fob -DramatiiIng tion transport trucks, laid to be ,and hold the eye wherever they for the sightseers' comfort. for the crew and the third is util
progress since the turn of the the largest cab-over-engln units are driven. The pilot, smartly On location in towns and cities I for sound motion-picture pro-
century In automotive design and I ever conceived, carry the exhibit uniformed in gray, trimmed with which the Parade of Progress will jection and the development and .'II'IIlzed
performance progress In home and form part of the exposition on silver! sits at the control of each! visit on Invitation of the com-I printing of photographs. A US j
decoration furnishing and location. These highway leviathans big "silver-top" in a roomy bay- munity, these transport (Continued on Page Seven)
ment, progress In science, eqUIP-1 built on a special General
the art of public Motor Truck Corporation 233-
the General Motor Parade of I inch wheelbase chassis measure
Progress 1* enroute from Detroit I 33 feet from bumper to bumper, NEW CHEVROLET FOR 1936"and
to the Southland This caravan | IIH feet from road to roof, and
comprising 28 motor-driven vehicles feet I In breadth.In .
with, 'a crew of 40 men i* appearance these mammoth I
carrying .a traveling! exposition to, streamliner suggest the artist'*
the people of the country In a manner conception of travel In the 25th
! and on a scale never attempted / century, so far advanced are they !
before. iI j! over conventional, contemporary
After month of study planning design. The art and colour section it's tIle only
and construction, attended with 'j of the General Motor Corporation '
the utmost secrecy, this "World'1 t designed these unique unit in I'
fair on wheel was completed reI I collaboration with the staff of the ... .. complete car that j
cently In Detroit. On Invitation of Fleetwood plant of the Fisher
Cov. Dave SholU of Florida, It I Body Corporation, where the bodies .' sells at such '
will begin its showing in that were built with the same care .1.t
tale, later covering other territory i and close attention to detail given ( low prices!I"
in a 20,000 mile tour this Cadillac custom Jobs t
year I Finished in silver and red paint I +e rr
Eight huge, itreamUnde, exposi these "Jumbo" transport .aU* I l




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j /lrmeur's Big Crop Fertiliser supply more tbaa
a balanced ratio ol the major plant fooda-Nltro..
and the ot tuna area MDAM
kosphorl Add J'otub-eo shown oa tag.In
addition, there Is provided, la every Armour formals HEW PERFECTEDHYDRAULIC The new 1936 Cher tMPIOVEDeuDDf
a generous supply of Minor and secondaryplant BRAKES .......... o nttt-AcnoN RIDE
rolet Is the only low.
foods. has ......., aa.aaad seer da..arid with Now 1M 0..06.0."few rise of.11
All of these miner and! Secondary elements bays priced ear Perfected
recognised plant food values many of them are just I Hydraulic Drakes, which give un.

as essential to crop ,as Nitrogen, Phosphoric Add I corcnfx ram equaled stopping-power SOLID trill saept.oeNO
and Potash DRAFT VXNTI-.ATIQM The only low-priced car with TURRET TOP
Citrus and track crop respond particularly well toIo la New'Tmnel To* Bodies the famous Gliding Knot-Action a awe of bssey.a,_ ., safely
t tko HiM kind of '.rtlll..,. You know the value of MM M* OMrifM M.HieRCOMPRESSIOX..r.wRu..* which
f Armour's-its performance has bees proven over a be" "Or..: brings you comfort
,* !V* period of more than 4* years. ",..,......, sue and safety beyond compare
Lot Armour' Active Plant Food work for you this 1'Le only low-priced car withSolid .
ba *Mae colter M. .h.
;; season. We are ready to serve you. Steel one piece Turret Top, .... before
Cenuint Fuller No Draft Vtntda-
., .,to .as@E ion, High-Compression Valveinbass.p. '
.... =. |M SM O..4 OW Head Engine, adSh>dfproof ro ALL THEIR nATURES ATIngeall '
of which essential CHEVROLET'S LOW ..RICZItooompktemotoriDl..tialledon.
= are)
= I $495

6% Good judgment says. Buy anew AND tiP. Lb..ear IVAr.a .d ft:::
1936 Cbet/rold-all. J- :
only : ,"ii.r
NIW MONIY'lAVMa e? w sr 0".4-.4
WERTILIZJERS i JULC TIM PATMIMT PLAN complete' low-priced ear ;:-=::::::-.:=:::.W..;

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For Bale by
(1/ or steer local warehouse te enttftj comp ( & &wj>Y c ?Cab t

r' R. R. N1XOV JR. srebousemsA a M. JTRICK. Salesman .:
llomeitead, Florida

ARMOUR FERTILIZER WORK$ .I Bird Chevrolet CompanyPhone


Use Armour's Active Plant ,Foods
t tll. 98 Homestead .}, 1:1.:

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Friday February 7 1936.
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THE [Too Late' to ClassifyBy tent Mitchell hert, chief frem Chlngl announcer to, : FROM, OUR MAIL ]BOX :

rbUshed Friday at 110 the W&d! *t fiilo NBC. , ". ,... xwnwwxxxxwwwnnxnwr:11
...... FU, by the Benin RoswO Kay I had the pleasure of \! : -
rubUihlog Co. ...""'"'.....---..,. WNNMNM.MMMMnThis both of these chap in Winter fakes Townsend Critics to Task :

I II the time of year that' tn lilt week when they -- :
4 BEN ARCHER .. ,__ .. break. out with flag, bunt- the lime program for the Leader-CnterpriM' purely a vast surge of good-will '+.
and colored light and the Orange Festival and I'm view of the act that the seeking expression, pressing lor- '
Entered. as second two populace give way: to mer- you It was well movement I II drawing ward another step toward the bet
.alter March I, 1911, at the : and as ;you read this for Florida and the one volume of ad ter life yet that ancient minority
+ i Increasing
dice at Ilomntcad. Florida gate of America's greatest next week will be equally a* monopolistic, mercenary and com..
i the act ef March I, 1171. -wlnter exposition will have able criticism In the daily throughout press fortable, obstruct the way: sneer,

and thousands of folk will 1'1be\ around most of the powerful I would source like to say: a fling lie and laugh because the
SUB. PRICE, ,2.0 A TEAR swarming the fair grounds to during the eleven big days for the: benefit of our mem- Townsend million want to try s
""'- the I exhibit that which kill: the canker of
magnlftclent eleven big night from Feb. friend in this area plan may
r A QUESTIONNAIRE FOR : every: phase of Florida de-I IS and It you'll drop In my the almost care and fear and insecurity Cod
CANDIDATES ment and progress, ,.. on the ground I'll live :you recent year knows, at best life without eco.
her varied Industries and tractive illustrated booklet force and effect of care. nomic hazard and uncertainty
While Florida has not *. pro-I,taining views of various planned campaign of prop' will still carry plenty of pain and
advertised in the "Help \ This column is being pictures of the pirate show Piss been- demonstrated heartache and grief No one 1*
column for a man qualified to office on he ground and be GaiparUla parade and doubt. A constant here for long, anyhow: why: be *q
a* application for In connection scorn and ridicule coupled all-fired careful and elfish? But
governor beginning it I took a trip of the event I of
position are coming In at a the U exhibition build- both the fair and carnival eonsctenceles distortion greed to blind to human woe and
fa te'. and I'm telling you that the for mailing the folk back and logic I* dangerous tsar human want and human hope and

A* the petition I is Florid Fair will far surpass So come and !tee me. hin"J of the on the' defensive and design are divine truth. "
one. It would be no more than w. have ever had. It I* I .- enemy The stint and pain A few day: ago In Cleveland,
business to exercise \ advertisement for Flor Is not easy to endure Ohio, Congressman Thofnss R
care in selecting a man for the and one that should go a long TIDBITSBy but In our crusade for Amli of the first Wisconsin di*..
If of should : toward creating desire In the trick president of the American
upon any one us Holllster' Sag complete human rights, for
the; responsibility of hiring a \ of tourist and visitor for abundant lire to all It Commonwealth Political Federation
for .. or Investment In this state. .NN".N.INWNN 1 addressing the Community
ger a large corporation, be borne In mind that every
would be Justified In The county exhibit are out- Only dog, but he Is a liberty which we enjoy: at Religious Hour said the Townsend
the applicant to answer a 1 and the booth arrange His master to E. O. Bltte of I* available because our plan had instilled more fear Into
questions. Among these might particularly attractive. Ex avenue, The dos, worship I for over twenty; centuries congress than anything else he had
la the salary sufficient; or artisans are busy has a unique habit of at one time and another, heard of. Its real significance he
will you have to look to other the ground putting bowing down before him a* the status QUO of their day, said, lay In the fact that million
sources for additional reve touches on the hundred adoration. He was never with their very live of people who had been thinking
mica, attractive booth or working this. the blessing and privilege In terms of scarcity had now begun
the ground consider to think in term of abundance.The .
we now mostly as
If what these ?
so are IOUI'eI"Are lie teem to study out
Incurring obligations war impressed a* I Journeyed; that are useful. When his as sunlight, air and key to victory 1* to continueto
you any the building not and in term of
only by: think speak
that might prevent a is at rest for a moment the
I number of new exhibit but by: Townsend movement Is abundance, bearing In mind the
full and complete discharge of I servitor busies himself by
quality, and this hold true well known dictum of our PresU
all the sand
2 the duties that will devolve fully removing '
upon rouTWould all departments Among the from the clothe of his to meet him. If unable to I dent Roosevelt: "The power of the
you should make It a I'I people once aroused in a fixed
of do
Thousands of cars pass, but : anything to to help,
any change In your I to see are the beautiful dtru'j do not awaken this pup. I(I back and forth with I purpose is the most irresistible
habits be
personal necessaryto the Florida exhibit force In the world."
enable his master's. car come :: In his l mouth. Do dogs
to hold
you a. responsible -
flower show the "arl-
hearing he I* alert Instantly I This dog teems to prove It Is a time to be loyal to our
position-such as a I I
foreign exhibit, and
poultry I I Continued Ten) r
locomotive manifest his Joy by: excitedly ,, do. ( on Page
engineer on one
shows, art and women' I
of the main R. R. lines, for in- You will find much In each ------

atance' hold your Interest I m LORIDA 4IIMLIGH1S. AV &MVAWtK m
State that experience and new feature this year I* I' ?_
training you have had that stamp exhibit sponsored by .
would qualify: you to fill the Tampa Stamp Club that will .
position you are applying for to kid and grownup alike
Of course all this la highly enjoy: tamp collecting a* a I
regular It may even be A remarkably: fine ex
impertinent. It all depends from the post office depart I
Whether we regard ourselves I I In Washington will be fea
a l'I '
subject or a sovcrlgn
Impertinent or not about the I responsible for the great 18i
time we have any say In the pageant predict that
ter la before the elections. famed Caspar!!!* parade this r
;West Over-Sea Sunday Star. I will be the most brilliant and .
ever: staged. The event ,

HAS DRINKING I scheduled for Monday: Feb. 10, 'Rita /+4
I Oasparill and his bloody A
Sixteen years ago the I will sail up the bay ai In i -
Amendment to the United of old and capture the city .
i t Constitution, the Join for the parade for a gala .
amendment became: effective I I at the fair ground
was repealed on December S, ... thousand of folk will
largely by reason of i, their arrival
that drinking would decrease million listener throughout i'T
i Violation of law be reduced. country will hear the roar of
i The fact teem to raise gun and be given a com
doubt as to whether or not description of the landing of
ing has decreased Before pirate ship and of the various
al prohibition there were in the colorful parade, for the 191 WW
i saloons whereas It 1* .. Farm and Home Hour
there are more than 200,000 be broadcast on that date from'
4 tall outlet; In addition beer .re-I Either William 'E. DrIp',1
i light wines are sold In .. director, of Everett
groceries, drug store and I

Places last year of prohibition to
Death and accident due ) 82,300,000 gallon In 1938
drinking driver and National Civic Federation last I
have) reached a high point. told the Senate Finance Corn-
i Theron W Kilmer, police .* that illegal selling was de- .
of Hempstead New York. read federal and state govern '
paper before the New York of $300,000,000 in collectible I
chiefs in which he showed that ..
numbef of drinking driver has the repeal of prohlbU
1934 Increased over the figure::I reduced the amount of drink-
I9JS eleven time more than by: women Polk* record I 1
number of cars. I I Washington show that there

,, Alcohol to preventing (88 arrest of women adults I
people from getting life \ I intoxication during the last dry
than during prohibition. I a* against l.JU such arrest I \ '
Northwestern Life Insurance Oompony !' the wet year ending June SO,
report an Increase of Arrest of women between .
fet cent of alcoholic indulgence) age ef seventeen and twenty- f:
a cause of rejection among : white few in number, show '
and women under thirty years I increase. .

age Application In the spring manufacturer of alcoholic 100 c' "f""'"
1931 showed an Increase of ...ven.t I .... have not demonstrated 11
ty-four per cent In the pro I to be interested in tem I' Imbued equally a* watt with religion Mat a* awl contains numerous seeds 1* It* palp. J
of applicant using alcohol a I a* many predicted prior with valor at arm, th early Spaniard saw (a the Th CHUCK-WniS-WlDOW I* extremely i
t compared with the same period At the convention of the PASSION FLOWER of the New World, symbols Valuable. u It loacII oa soda destructive Insect .1
1932. I States Brewer Associa ef the suffering ef Christ They pictured tt* tt iMtlaa, borer, troths, tomato tad toacbe '
t It was rather surprising ; .hi October woman homeuca eco- fringed: wrong t. thalr drawing a* the crows of Alone with tit*' Whlp-Pooi-WiH, It belong to a
! to read that more prisoner arc & editor gave) the trad *u*> tken*, whO t.* petals wen 4iIcI>>I.*. Thakbedteave group called "GoatanckerV.: Being aoctvsal. It "J
federal prison today for \ on how to increase the represented the: hawk ef Chriaft I .
pence** HId_ soak tad like fa awl, it* flight 1* sflrab
liquor. Distilled few than spirit during .prohibition. of'beer.the She:younger urged them set, say-not tors the tendril, too whips. U tt* pfatfl they It* lAd, fa mtUng taU, rapidly I Mtad. UsMssfly 'ti
MW for Ore BH fee Iv* roomers the are
% were Wn alchtly,
begfenlag about Xans 1st
from bond rose from around ( "It to the teaching you do '
I million calk** during the last tat our younger generaUo w* ads> for .*4a. 4 teertMoM the 1IIIIIt' eta' femabr** start shot the *....i>c .**..*. It la "
of prolhlbltlon. Distilled I* going to help you Increase A ***** sfcdk Msw-tt WM the pillar *fbs* tf .* rtri. 41tnttia..l bld.)i art"etly.vttkrage
rebated ,U *ul ,y*9MB8MWUtd < AHa wide Chris* .... .......... .Ia'. Fl ride W tnt. III ........ -
sit million* pawns url wwru; -: ra. A. a ;::1Iii S_e0kti. 1-.... u

,February 7., 1936L THE LEADER ENTERPRISE ___ Paw Five

Local Stars tTI"f'u.\ot'B ITANDINQST on thrift among the boys ot the
Cage Play
2 Goals by Bradley ILILS. Trails 12.10 chapter
.MB W, I Pet
News Tomorrow NightA That 114, H, t. Cook, county
In Last Minute Win At Half Breaks and Horne Walton -4 I 0 I 1000.'110 commissioner has notified Mr.

Game for Home Co basketball team composed of Loses to Miami IIi Brooker ___ 1 1 .500 peo. N.Wakeficld that he has secured -
stars of the four teams In the franklin ___ 0 4 .000 a fire fighting apparatus
City League will try to break the became a known fact at the meet-
Franklin Out 81-30 Ing. The chapter Is now proceeding -
Edged winning streak: of the Miami Dairy
Missed Throws and Sub-
As Both Teams Play News team tomorrow night at ISO: to organize a fire fighting
In the YMCA in Miami. The Newt stitutions Contributeto Homestead F. F, A. News crew to fight tires in the grove

Brilliantly team was scheduled to play a I DefeatAfter By Tommy Meffett and woods section.Immediately .
game with E: B. Elliott but that following the regular
Two field Koala by in -
team disbanded and the date was I meeting an executive committee
the last minute of play-the las given to Homestead. holding Miami High, state A. IV Livingston Homestead meeting was called to discuss
made with only six seconds to go- high school baBketbal championsto i surveyor, gave an interesting talk and rehearse' a radio program to
won for W. D Home Co. a city The game will be hot and fast a score of 11-10 for the first to the Homestead chapter Future be broadcast on Feb. IB by the
throughout: the 40 minutes ot play,
league basketball gam played half of their game Tuesday night, farmers of America at their clubhouse Homestead chapter.
with P. J. Franklin, Ino. Wednes- with Homestead's leading dead Homestead High School's team last Wednesday night His
day night The score was 11-30 shots and guards trying to outshoot went to piece In the second half talk was on conserving the natural Woman Learning to Drive: 'Put
Walton Nurseries won from who and out-guard the Newsies, I to let Miami walk away to an t resources in the Everglades National I don't know what to do."
Brooker Lumber Co, 39-30 In a In Miami.lead the Commercial League easy 31-15 victory. Park.President. I Her Husband: "Just Imagine
game featured by the brilliant I Five Homestead players made a John Fredrick spoke that I'm driving"
Players who to make the
guarding of ToUon are trip field
the can't- goal apiece out of a total of
mlss-the-basket hooting of Edward are: Edward Brooker, Bud Reed 'II shots at the basket Grandstand
Ovid and Elmer Sullivan and Roland
Brooker and the teamwork long-distance shooting by Sullivan
Tolson of Brooker Lumber
of Walton. Tolfon made several and the missing of easy "crip"
blocks of shots at the basket by Co.; Lloyd Field and Garland shots by Oelhngcr contributed to
leaping In the air to hit the ball. Wynn of Walton Nurseries, Wm. the downfall of the local team.
Bradley of W. D. Home Co. and
Brooker got around his guard by ; In the tint half the defense was
McCormick of P. J. Franklin Inc
faking and then making seemingly clicking but numerous substitutions
impossible orfe-handed shots threw the team off stride 40 I I'I

Reed of Brooker made three baskets II.II5.to Play Last Home Rohrer stocky Homestead guard, a
from rebounds 6T the back Game of Season Tonight was the outstanding player for his
board. team.
The Walton scoring was closely\ I "Lefty" Schemer, dead-shot forward -
grouped. Field led with 10 points, Homestead High School will I who played his second game
Wynn and French made ( each play its last home game of the a* a Miami High regular got loose a
KUeh made 6 and Barrow 8. basketball season tonight when to tally 19 points while Dean Miller -
Bradley playing a heady game they meet the strong Denis High I was second with seven.
at forward, made 19 point to School quintet en the local couit.Danla Miami High made five out of
lead the night's scoring McCor- ,which has lost one game out I even foul shots and Homestead
mick of Franklin made 11 and of eleven, defeated Homestead in made five out of eighteen.
Pulley, who played a good brand' the fort Lauderdale gym 21-17,
of ball Wednesday, made 8. recently. The game will start at
Redland Teams to !Meet
Games next Wednesday will be t p. m.Tueaday.
Walton vs. Horne at TIO: and Homestead will go to Edison's at Gym Tonight e e
Brooker vs. Franklin In the second Miami to play Miami Edison -
there, Edison beat Homestead by I
Redland High School will play
two points when they played In I
Miami Edison senior and junior
3 Players on Sick list, Homestead high school basketball teams tonight Flowersthe
Redland Bow to Fisher In the Redland gym. The
Ahem first game will start at 7:JO p. m. ,
Playing with only three tiNt A woman from the city was Tuesday Redland will play
stringers, Greenwood, Roy Campbell visiting In a small town, and one, ton Nurseries of the
and Mullin *.Redland High day while doing her marketing, City League School was defeated, | -U by the the asked the butcher how he bap I p. an
Ida M. Fisher High School bask. pentxl to ehooee his business, n' Friday night Redland

etbU team Tuesday night at Miami He hesitated, k moment and then be hosts to the Flying L's of Fort I, Flowers are the emblem -
Beach The other regulars, laid: ,"Well.. I dont know. But I Lsuderdale. play will begin at 0
Tommy Campbell, Nelson. and always was fond of animals/1-Ex. I p'clDck, 1 of affection.

minings, were on the sick: list '--- ___u_ _ _
Fisher led Redland from scratch Send
II E R flowers
and was never In serious danger
until the last quarter when with Green: Lantern Restaurant: Friday February 14.

the score 25-20 in favor of Fisher, ADJOINING HOTEL REDLAND k
:Roy Campbell made two field Western ".Bo.. Steak Dtaaar gee Chicken Dinner 750
goals and Greenwood, a foul shot Regular Dinner Me Vegetable plate aDo
to tie the swore at 25 all. However All Kinds of Home-made Sandwiches
fisher put the game on ice by
out-passing the Redland quintet I
and scoring two field goals. i
Campbell led the Redland scoring MBS. L P. MCLEAN, Prop.

with ten points, and Baida 1* CO 122 N. W. 4th St. Phone 502-M
Fisher guard, made eight to lead W
his team.Garland. s w

Tomato HouseTo H 4110 to

Be Ready This Week y IM4k

A tomato packing house on the
west tide of the F. E. C. railroad's
tracks near the station will be 06 4
completed this week for the Crystal

Springs Produce Co., with W, N NOW IN EFFECTFor
E. Garland, produce broker here 49 .ts
since, 1123, in charge. The dimensions -
ef the building are 40 TMithns, health training or ftmtatvt rnldcnee End
by 60 feet the Physical Culture Hotel more than ututtmrr deeligladal J and
The railroad company started T dunning sunoipbere of friendliness and good f lowship. y

work early this week on a road 1 Thousands of health setters hare found the magic key at this butt-
paralleling the west aide of the togas warn natural methods, aa developed br Demur Uacfadden,
track from Howry past the new 1 tie exclusively iiaed No drug, medicine or opeta OGI. kavltaaecurad
packing house to a point opposite Ihrauia moderate exercise, diet, eliminate processes, sun,
' Flagler avenue between Second water steam and electric !baiba>> manage end manipulative ncaniraa
and Third street It II being built D All under the supervision. o< trained health expats.CT2 .

for general siding conveniencesas -
y. by ........ ....,...... 'I .
well as to provide a means of + 401
o Ingress and egress for the packing BREAKFAST ROOM I N.aeed -r--

house. \..-... ...... f. '-"
........ c__, v_..... caw .
party of fifteen from the ...... 61 whsle lame
Homestead Methodist Church attended k U net necessary le bond m new heue to enjoy| j .11I._
the Missionary Institute the pleasure end eeBTenUnce el a bteekieel seek UIS29 i
at tae=. i
meeting .t Trinity Methodist Is teed eaJattaff keeaee men le chick camwSaeoei INEXPENSIVE ENJOYABLE COMFORTABLE
in Miami after-
Church )>e convened Iwo a cheesy place and Esc..
Boon. It Included: the Rev. and Console us well phew Y" bear nd whom sad A letter from you will brin.1''- /Infomutloa sod. Book 01 I i
Mrs. A. A. KoectUne Mrs. E. B. eeet eettawtee wltnoot oll&lgaUq Visas no obligation. : we JUT to offer/comer mutjematftoaa I
Koestllne, Mrs. A. O. Cain Mrs. i gaccurate la eaoawcuoa with hjatrh coum, acattoa Mail

C M. Redd,Mrs Jas. A Daugherty, Keen like Us wane mdse r--.J B.-stag JI..... Wins rates are estnmdy W-no extras almost asa inexpensive
Mrt. J. A. McNeil, Mrs. Go*. M. Utmttoaj laaimnatml teens low ..... teas riser staying at hone and a good time every minute. Congenial! sorDutdinp >
Soanicttsen, Mrs (]eo. Hanson, CCALLL TODAYsDalaseslr.. ( anteitminiMnta exercise, Lie iaw."Q. Mauclled food,
Mans P. B. Bird' Mrs. A. B. Single, wana rooms, fot/ul slerp. Yo witt .
Miss MarjrbeUe Gibes, AteneKoestline Malt you plan tee aa early visit to
and L, A. Young.


1 W.Maxwell SmithINSURANCE DaanWe, New York

. JfwU, "" rla,: ALTO. STORM AND tin Homestead, Fla. Phone 507-J
HMMW WtMOff I Writs Today

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Friday February 7. .

_.. .u. .._MN/IMMNMNM W NNNNNr1,,, .

J Mayor Harper Handles TREADWAYTO
13 Cases in First WeekIn The Redland Rattler

INTO DETAILSOF the lint police court session

which he has conducted since being By JIMMIE W. HATHAWAY' ,

CITY'S STATUSContinued sworn Into office Mayor Chas \VITIIINVEER MM M.M.n.n.nM.IN.MINM.NNnnMMMHMNn.,.N.,/N.N?,,,MM/N.NNNMNNN/INN?NINNNNNNMMa h
T. Harper disposed of 11 case on
error WM made last week In we wentto Fisher but were
Tuesday and Wednesday nights of theAII paragraph that stated that I feated by five point

( From Page One) this week. (Continued From Page One) the sophomores are planning to

L Hook. Jr. expressed the conviction W. Goldstein, Miami merchants able word to Mr. Flak yesterday put on a play called "1'be Play of Harry Hemmlngs U back Icy".!
that the ordinance provisions was sentenced to pay a fine of I5C followed Mary Brown. The sophomoresre school again He Injured his
: armin >
would be found to be less stringent or spend 20 days: in jail for sellIng la talks at the county commission planning a play but the frean- the Edison game at Edison three

than members of the council fear' merchandise without a license meeting, members of the local men are putting on "The Play of weeks ago.That's ;
ed. Frank Andrews, charged with being delegation pointed to the greatly Mary Brown."

I Mr. McCaiklll's application for drunk and .dlMtdafly, for- reduced number of accidents on
feited a $10 bond. Harold Hutchinson the highway last when dvlc what the sign Bay
+ ; the city attornoyshlp was the only year
sentence of five Exam are over. This year they those ,.
one filed with the city clerk. Ernest was clubs of the Redland District had "What are queer looking
dollars five days in jail for being were conducted differently from there?" '
P. Roberta the retiring attorney or a deputy sheriff assigned at their statues over asked the .
drunk. Lewis> DeOinger for- other years. The student went to
own to patrol Road 4-A. visitor to the city.
turned over to his successor expense
{ summary of pending litigation .1 feited two $10 bonds one for disorderly Mr. flak said that just the fact regular classes and had their ex- "Those aren't statues" said the .,

other legal affair of the city. conduct and another for that the patrolman stopped hun- ama during the regular claw per- Londoner. "They are workmen:
The following other reappointments being drunk and disorderly.The 'dreds of cars and warned their iod. Moat of the test were on busy on one of the government ,

were made: R. E. Edwards I I other cases, which Involved driven of faulty equipment and Tueaday and Wednesday. jobs."-Answers.

city clerk; Mrs. Lena Knowles, only negroes, were: Robert Lamar reckless driving, acted aa a checkon y
assistant city clerk; Gordon Ivey, Coleman Harris and Joe Dawson, careless drivers to such an extent The P. J. Franklin teach played I READ THE WANT ADS
superintendent of light and water all charged with disorderly con- that not a fatal accident occurred I Redland Jut Friday. On Tuesday

department; Claude Campbell tax duct,, I 10 or ten day in jail; Walter while the patrol was main-

assessor: A. C. Deputy firs chief; Lloyd disorderly conduct and tained. Now with no patrol, he
i R. E. Sherard and W. B. Caves, resisting arrest, $10 or ten day said, hardly a week passes with- '
Jr., engine drivers. in jail; John Martin disorderly by out several accident on the highway -

The application of City Engineer I snatching money f 10 or ten day: with two fatalities within ,
Hook for reappointment was tabled In jail; Eugene King drunk and the past two weeks rousing the 0ltGE

until the duties and requirement disorderly and using profane district to insist on action to protect

of the office could be Investigated guage, $' or ten days; Ben life and limb on the unpo-
displaying a deadly weapon lan-I liced road. \ '
and all other sppllcationt -
including those for police threatening manner IS or In the delegation were Chas. \
days; Sam Watson, drunk S\l\ 01 i
appointments were held over Pratt, president of the Lions Club \
until the next regular meeting. It' feited a $10 bond; and Estelle of the Redland District; Dr. H. S. 1 11\11 .

was announced that new bids for Henderson, disorderly: conduct, Wolfe president of the Homestead g015r3
the garbage collection contract I' who forfeited a $3 bond. Rotary Club; W. W. Johnston YRR RAT: \Q' ',

t would be asked aa investigation president of the Redland District

/ revealed that none of the bidders Boy Suffers FractureOf Improvement Association; T. E.

had a very clear Idea of the requirements Both Bones in Leg Kirby, president of the South
to be metA Dade Democratic Club; and Ben EO1
summary of the city's financial Archer president of the Redland
condition made by Finance I Lawrence Simpson : District Chamber of Commerce.
old of Mr. and .
Committeeman Joe Burton gave son
the council a clear Insight Into 1U I Simpson, suffered the fO\lrorear-1 Miss Jewell I
Turner Is
"unflnancial status. I both bones In his COMPLETE
above the ankle Reporter on Flambeau TaE
when he ran between cars parkedIn SEE wig
. f FAIR MANAGER front of the poet office Into the ON PJAND
Tallahassee Feb 8-Miss Jewell
path of a car driven by Early G
P Dendy which was approachingthe Turner of Homestead la serving i 11
OPENS OFFICEContinued this year as reporter on the Flambeau c
v stop sign at the southeast corner ,
of Krome and Flagler ave student weekly newspaper !
at Florida State College for Women an SS
t a survey of the n students engaged -
The Simpson boy had been playIng In journalistic work: shows. M.rda n "
with his brother Harry, and .d (
( From Page Two) another boy named James Ramsey For a number of:years the Flambeau ()01006460Wah Cod Ironed
( doll does not happen to be in. who were chasing him at the time has held a leading position 1l.'ge." on e". ;Ornaceg

Following a meeting of the of the accident He was takento among college newspapers. It has 1loatolJ and a.ctrIc Raneya fins"t'
Tropical Fair I directors Wednesday Post Graduate hospital where been accorded "All American" or Gas oil Burners Roofs lvryliirlator {eaters

I night, which was attended by his leg was placed in a cast "superior" rating by the National I. "cu\atol
( the newly-arrived manager Mr I Scholastic Press Association recognized b coedltlonlnWIhatadisplayNorgedoelers.J
authority in the field of
Crandall announced that the premium
To Hold Funeral Rites
list, containing cash prizes college publications "All Ameri
totaling $700 contained more and For Ed Thompson Today I can" 1 II the highest rating a publication -

better prizes that offered by any can receive. Working with

other fair In Florida with the exception Funeral services will be held Miss Turner are 39 other girls who
hall from all sections of the state
of the Florida State Fair this afternoon for Edwin A.
I in the fain held In Other student publications at w. e
1 Tampa ant Thompson member of the Florida
I Winter Haven and Orlando. City council, who was found deadin Florida State College the Flasta- lag ibis Fart Rollatoi Refrigerators with (
1 the college annual, and the
In the fair businessfor cowo
promotion his bed on Jan. 29. new beauty,new and Improved coovea-
Distaff student quarterly -
20 Mr. Crandall has magazine
yean exhibitions The funeral procession will leave also have received high recognition Liars fncuru, new efficiency,Dew economy
to such
helped stage !
the Turner Funeral Home
at 1:30:
from the National Scholastic: ol on. Concentrator Gas
the Lake Fair and operat
\ as County '
and r'au..lmp.lla
services will be conducted at Press
Association. The
Poultry Show at Euatls, the Har- the in Palm at eurr.-.Dtaac.,
grave Cemetery I received "All American" or )
I dee County Strawberry Festival Naranja by the Rev. C. N. "superior" rating and the Distaff Restyled Aatobuilt Wash.
)Bowling Seminole ,
a' the
Green w'l..r'l "
I County Fair at Sanford and the I pastor of the First Baptist the youngest of the three publications en and Ironer with star Improvements .. I
of Homestead. Members of the
t baa been given "First Class
and Never la bevy
;Volumes County Fair at DeLand raaoeaMots. history
Florida will be
City council pall
Honor ,
Rating" a rating just below -
At the meeting of the fair directors bearers. that of "All American." such sensaaiooal values been offered
! Wednesday night, the committee -
: I Nofg borne appliances.Theyliave bm
of the Redland District Improvement -
: Association which "Seth Parker's" Parents READ TOE WANT ADS Prowl by every vm-*tfn t4 by every

I sponsored the fair reported that I Visit in Florida CityDr. omn-lmprttJ la every pan.

: about twelve acres of the association's WANT ADS PAY Norge National Show Week Is your
j grounds have been cleaned THE IOlUTOI COMrttfSOl
and Mrs. Albert Lord of ,
opportunity to sea, Inspect compare alive u.a" .v.
: by the and made available
vp county Meriden Conn., parent of Philip i
Md tat MM KM lr
arty h
for tents and other structures Lord better known a* Seth HOMESTEAD>> LODGE NO. tl prove lo yourself that Norge appliances w tem ddaly aavw. eve L rm- ; ..

f which will house the exhibits. Mr. Parker visited Mr. and Mrs. Leonard I. 0. 0. F. are the kind you want la your hoota. seeem va-:,. .=:=

Crandall Mid that he was plealed'NltIt.t in Florida City Tuesday. Dr. meets every Tuesday evening a! Make the moll of fe. Visit the Norge relb..._. .:;:I
e plans already made and Lord who 1* pastor of the First .'. dealer oear See what of
I lock: to IO.O.F Mall N. W. you Norge offers INY sae .,
was confident they could be car- Congregational Church of Meriden 0 .
lat street tot l$Jo-Ae grossest Ho la afl Noegt assns-
ried out on schedule. '
and Mrs. Lord are spendinga Visitors Welcome = =
The fair manager emphasized few week to Miami. blwory.HOMESTEAD. .y" .
the point that the fair was to be I f
for the entire south end of the

. county and that aU sections must EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING NORGE SHOP
be represented la every department

HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOP 99 North Krome Avenue Phone 503-W:
I Report were made by: the fol-
as. D. MCOBSEN, too :
lowing committee: executive, ems
John ScaneUi; publicity Mrs. ana I eJC.1\*ea*. 'rto-e'attJ

Stewart; grounds. Joseph Hickr . YOUR HOME IS ,YOUR CASTLBTW

*r> flan** d.anaKiig, Char* ..1 pi;t.t Admit asibsbde.a.aewartiry 80,01 by aaediaha..f.n..".e.:.
Pox; citrus. Harry IWly; limes QOUSTIAN
and avocados Out Llndgren; ON CALL OAT' OR NIGHT L 1'lUDIIa-- : . OENCB MONITOR
4 Daffy /-,.... /w ... peels
vegetables George Cooper, rare Good f.ova. oil sir _. WNW bee ... ...... air sad
Work-Modem Prices L
fruit: William Sadie flowers.Walter .=. '::" .b.,, __ := -w womwe

: Talbott; award. Joseph ... cw.ito.... y ..... v ._ ... .
Hickaon; home demonstration; FARM MACHINERY. TRUCK TRACTOR 11.M...-...- .. ...-_ .-.....-.awft..

Mia .Pansy Norton; educational REPAIRING. MARINE WORK A SPECIALTY -------
Carl, Wagner county exhibit,
Charles Staffanl; -. ', department :== E II 1110 rye wear ...

Mrs. Clna Stewart; poultry.! HOMESTEAD MACHINE ii ova- ':J =--=04 '14a

& F. Matthews; Future Farmers, .... ... 1 ,
M. A. Baker; manual training. C P. o. Box 1034 ---r
H. Rice; hospitality, W. W. Johnston 00100-1 I ----- ..........;-......wa..i .:

; political rally day, Preston s. W. Second Street Ilorawtttd' -- ..................................... .

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;l" Friday, February 7. 1936. THE -ENTERPRISE Page,err-.ter.Seven .

rived SatvH*? for a Visit at th e ker, dwltmtn of the tfM .... Tjgnt ShoWt'PortraysAmerican
home ftt Mr.' Mid Mn I'ritI ttJHe of the Jltfttor Die
Schreader. Club of Homestead which spew- Progress

In and Ground : owed the creel Kaperuw amount (Cwrtkwwd'rVora mate Thn)
The rtftrtda.Ottr P.-T. A. will ed to 134.tO. After 30 per oeM teen wheeVbase, vpeoMl Chevrolet 1
hold 1M Fttraary meeting on of the total tMtteta ted bean aides It equipped with public address -
Tuesday afternoon at I o'clock In sent to the PreaMNwt for **Warm system fer broadcasting mu-
Homestead the city hall. Foundation baknoe of
Springs a sic and announcement, both on
167. 0 wa left to be used locally! the road and on location. It Is
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stalling of for crippled children. completely alr-oondltlorwd, finished .
South Miami were visitor in The club wishes to thank all In silver and red and serves as
Florida City Sunday. those who to make the ball
< Cleland Lawrence who has been of Columbus, 0., visited several': an office for the caravan
< said Miss Whitaker.
', In Damascus, Oa, for some lime days last week with Mr. and 141'1.I I a success Herbert R. Schaeffer farmer U
has returned to Homestead to re- John P Neafsey They returned Grover Becker ha returned _'_ou_,",__ S. naval officer, now active In the
f tide. His mother, Mn Maggie Saturday to Coral Cable where II'' From Miami where he has been naval reserve I* commander of
Lawrence of Damascus, accompanied they are spending the winter. employed the past few month FARM PROBLEMS the General Moton Parade of
him to Homestead for a Advice from State farm service Progress on tour.
visit at the home of Mr. and Mr*. Rudolph Gossman who I is attending The Ladies' Aid Society of the al Gainesville
.E. L. Lawrence, a ton and daugh the University of Florida I Community Church held its February NN/MN/N"NNN W NN,NNNN W1 NNMNNLN NMNM Episcopal Church Now
terinlaw.A at Gainesville spent last week' meeting Wednesday afternoon Phosphoric acid I* essential for Has Resident PastorThe
with his mother, Mr*. Lydia Goat-I at the home of Mrs Hobart the development of the root a*
nine-pound ton, Joseph Kosel, man. I Brockett well as for the formation of seed Rev. Wm. C. Taylor Jr. ;
was born Feb. S to Mr. and Mrs.y and fruit of the plant. priest In charge Of St John's
Joseph Wilson Lowe at the PostGraduate Mrs W. H. Reagle of Sarasota Mr. and Mr*. Ernest Burke and Episcopal Church arrived last
hospital. Mrs. Lowe before and Mrs. Walter S. Topping of Mr. George Cummings of Meriden The dormant season la the most week In time to conduct Sunday : '
!r her marriage was Mis Bodll Kew Garden, Long Island, are Conn., were Monday guests of satisfactory one for tree surgery service at the church. At present I
Kosel. spending a few day with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Freeman. With tree that are sufficiently I he I* staying at the home of
--- Rea gle's brother-in-law and sister* healthy to merit saving, rotten Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. Lehman on
Mr. and Mr*. Dexter Home are Inrlaw, Mr. and Mn. M. P. Reagle.H. All States SupperTo wood should be removed a* soon Avocado drive.
announcing the birth of an eight- \ Be Held in Redland a* possible and the cavities shouldbe Father Taylor came here from
pound son Dexter Lee at the PostGraduate Burt of Fort Lauderdale and cleaned out so that they will I Langhorne Pa, where he had
hospital on Feb. 2. his father called on Mr. and Mrs. An .n..t unlt)' pot- drain and dry. Before filling served a* curate of the County
will them, the cavities should be washed Centre Missions for a year. lie U
Jay Simons, the Rev and Mn. luck supper held at the
Mr. and Mr Otis out with a solution of t part I a graduate of Philadelphia Sem-
Stoy announce Geo. E. Deuel and Mr. and. Mn. parsonage of the Redland Com-
the birth of nine-pound corrosive sublimate to 1,000 parts inary and has attended General
a S. F. Matthews Sunday. munity Church this evening, and I
ton Rodney Lee, at the Post Graduate the program will be given by the water. (This Is a deadly poison Theological Seminary In New
hospital Feb. 3. H. R. Manes of Plant and should be used carefully to York. 1
City, general tourists who attend. The Rev. A. I 1J
manager of the Kllgore Seed M. Vivian of the Philadelphia prevent children and animal from I
Miss Roberta Horne who has Co., was In Homestead Wednesdayon Methodist conference will preside drinking it.)
been employed in the Western business Any but the very largest c.vltle.1 Let Us .
should be filled with
Unionoffice The folk a warm
inSt. Augustine has young of the church '
Edwin Bush of Fort Lauderdale ture of sawdust and asphalt Cut .
been transferred to the Homestead had a social meeting Saturday
office spent Monday and Tuesday with evening at the home of Mrs. Wm. surfaces in the cavities or on the RejuvenateYour
Mr. and Mn. W. T. McConnell and McCullough. The feature of the limbs may be painted with a good

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ladrlc of Alvah Taylor.Mr. evening was the playing off of the of white asphalt lead diluted paint or with with gasoline.If a mixture. Car
Barre Vt., and L. Theriault of county basketball championshipgame.
Montpelier Vt., called Friday on and Mn. Ronald Brookerof The Kendall team won by tomatoes are harvested too Wood Work
Pahokee spent the week-end hair.
Mr Mr.*.and Bertha Mrs.Edward Fritz Jackson Mr. and and hers-with. Mn,..Brooker's. parents a The junior member of the soon, It I* impossible to have them Body, Fender Repairs
Mrs. William Milne and Mr.. and Mrs.. I. J. Legget of church are to hold a valentine ripen without shrivelling, Irrespective
a and
party Gould of what the temperature or Tops TrimmingSeat 1
party Thursday evening after the
Wend from Barre Vt, visited "
humidity In the ripening room may
ri worship service.President's. Covers
them SaturdayLocal
Mn. Myrtle A. Depew, district be. The only help In the preven-
manager of the Woodmen' Circle, Ball Nets tion of shrivelling Js to maintain PaintingArt's
friend have received made,a buslne strip to Homesteadlast I: a very high humidity In the ripen-
word of the birth of a son to Mr. "Thursday $67 for Cripples Here ing room. If tomatoes are pickedtoo
and Mn. Joe A. Robert of Mont green, that is, before they have Paint Shop
peller, Vt, on' Dec. 31. Mrs. Roberts I Miss Belle SmltM who.la attend The amount cleared from the retched the "mature-green" stage,
"toefore* was ing"school at Miami Beach this birthday prevent 503 N. ROME A VL
Mia Rae Woodbury of Homestead. year 1* spending the week herewith Homestead Country Club was them from ihrlvtUing during rip 1 1i
Miss Eunice Walker. 120.10, reports Mia Pearl Whit-, ening.
Harry Bowman of Philadelphiawho I I I f
last winter spent two week I H. L. King of Detroit la a guestof
with Mr. and Mr*. A. G. Raab at Mr. and Mn. P. Walker and
their grow on Plummer drive arrived Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hunt at i
Saturday to spend a month their home on Redland road.
with them. pn Sunday Mr. and
Mr*. Raab gave a dinner party in i Miss Ida Marie Stout of Eau
his honor. The other guest were Gallle spent last week here with Start the
John Bachofer and Frank Schneider Miss Cleo CarterFLORIDA.
Sr., of Philadelphia and B. I. NON.NNN..MN.N.NN..w.N..N NNNNNN.Nr

Lam of Redland. CITY ...
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fleming of
Philadelphia were visitors In the ?
Redland District Thursday and Dr. L. H. Rothenberg of Greenwich New Year Right
Friday of last week. They were Conn., will leave this afternoon -
guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs after a visit of several day
John Scanelll.Mr. with his brother-in-law and sister,

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Geronimo.The ', ...
and Mrs J. Lee Robinson .
of Spencerville Md., who have r. E. C. station In Florida "
bought the Tucker house on S. W. City opened for the season Monday by using
Second avenue, arrived Wednesday morning. Joe F. Doxsee is
with their two small children the agent In charge.
to make their home in Homestead.

Blynn Crow of Buford, Ga, Is Redland Brand FertilizersWe
t Mr*. r... Pierce of Detroit, Mich., a guest of Mr. and Mn. Paul Hal
who spent the past week with Mr. ey.
and Mrs O. H. Bitch returned I
Tuesday to Eau Gallic where she Mrs. J. K Scott ha been seriously -
If upending the winter. ill this past week but 1* reported
to be slightly better now make fertilizers for beans squash tomatoes po-
Mrs. O. H. Ritch 1* visiting her ,
parent, Mr. and Mr*. J. R, Carter, Antonio Clfruto of Beverley.
la Eau: Gallia, this week. Mas. arrived last week for the tatoes and other vegetables. Notice the crops where

Miss Virginia\ Edward and her Redland Brand Fertilizers.ariJeing used. Quality will '
secretary, Mrs Thorns Braham, Robert Ranall of Clearwater ar- '

show up. 'J 1 ttflFlorida *

Deming Pumps:und Water Systems ...

Slip Joint,Jnigalion:Pipe
.' I ;: East Coast Fertilizer Co.
',fir iKeeefienel&aKsiJrrigfltion.. Pumps \ ,- ,



u Can phe ue.t wiite for my price '
'jJ' Redland Brand Fertilizer ,


'Factory Agent .ft I .

Phone Ba'Tfew'51 3421 Main Highway

Coconut Grove f

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Pare Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, February 7, 1986.

I Social 'Events in South Dade I ';

i BRIDE OF EARLEY DENDY i for member, and Buckner Bias FOR MRS. BISHOP
AND JAMES L Mr and Mrs. I. W. Conner are ley and )In. Frank Skill won the Mrs. J. M. Holcomb and Mrs. C.
---- announcing the marriage of their high score prUe for guests. J. Parman gave a shower for Mr*.
Mr. and Mi*. Geo. W. T. Sire J rEDERATIOM: PRESIDENT daughter. Lot A.. to Earlcy S.' Member present were: Mr. and Wm. Draper Bishop/ the former
of Holland announce Ute marriageof COMES HERB: TUESDAY Dsndy on January S3 at the home Mrs. E. H. Hiner. Mr. and Mrs W. MM. Ethlya Nee at the home of
thtlr daughter Dorothy Gay. Mrs. Oliver BoUttt president of of Mr. Dendy-s mother. M... t F- I K. Walton, Mr. and Mrs. C J. Mrs. Parman Saturday afternoon.The .
to James L. Bird of Homestead.The the Dade County Federation of Dendy. The ceremony wa performed Parman, Mr. and Mrs. Webster living room wa attractive
ceremony wa performed Friday Woman' Chiba, will speak at ameeting by Justice of the Peace Sid: Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hausman, Mr. ly decorated with white and yellow -
in Fort Lauderdale by Judge of the Woman' Club of L. Kendrick in the presence of and Mr Schaff and Mrs. E. A. garden flowers. Fruit salad .
Boyd H. Anderson.The Homestead In I its clubhouse Tuesday member of both families. Ame wafer and coffee were served.
bride ha been a resident afternoon at I o'clock. Burley Bendy brother of the Th guest Included: Mr. and Mr Bishop was presented witha
of the district for about five yean All club member are asked to bridegroom was best man and Mrs. K P. McDaniel, Mn. W. D. table lump by the group.
She WM graduated from high be present at a business session Mrs. Burley Dandy wa matron of Yates, Mrs. Bevo Webb Mrs. Skill Invited were: Mrs. Scott Caves
I<'hoolln Ux Angeles CL, and attended i called for 2:30 on that day. honor. and Mr. eult"W. Mrs. W. A. Murphy, Mn. Ira J.
the University of Miamiin I The bride wort a brown crepe Haynes, Mr*. Peter Johnson Mn, t
Miami She WM the organiser I ensemble with brown accessories.The W. K. Walton, Mrs. W. H. WeUa.Mn. .
and flnt president of the Rfdland wore a white Geo. M. Sonnlchsen, Mrs.
District Athletic Club and ha been FOR COMMUNITY SITTER crepe ensemble with brown ac TO COME HERE FEB. ISMr Harry D. Wolfe, Mn. W. A. Watson -
prominently connected 'with local Plan for the community potluck cessories.Mr *. Kate Broom state Wood- Mrs. Waldrop Mrs. X. A.
sports activltle supper to be held at I:30 tonight In *. Dandy I* a senior IB Homestead men1 Circle captain will be In Froscher Mrs. Flora Compton,
The brldtlJ'OOfll"mt to Homestead the parsonage of the Redland High School. and he has Homestead next Thursday. Mrs. Elbert M. Froscher Mrs. Elberta -
from Jacksonville four yean Community Church were made at lived here all"her life. i ber of the order are asked to Bute. Mn. Fred Henn, Mrs.
the meettag of the Ladle1 Aid Society Mr. Dandy has been a residentof her In the Mem-// Job
BIO to be antedated with his L O. O. r. hall Mrs. Maude Whitehead and
at the home of Mn. C. Ben
brother In the Bird Chevrolet Homestead for the part nineteen o'clock. Mrs. Anna Lochria.
Company. He was graduatedfrom Hummer. Thursday afternoon of "...... He was graduated from
last week. Homestead High School In 1932
School Jacksonville
Duval High -
and attended the University Present were the Rev and Mr*.I land I I. now associated with the
M. A. Boper Mrs. M. J. Brownlow, Rosenthal Distributing Co
of Florida. He le a memberof
Mn. The Brewer Mrs F. W.
the Alpha fraternity
Stillman Mrs. Lewis Wolfe
Mn. '
Mr. Bird It the youngest son of MISS MARY TOERISI FIRST CHOICE for
W. F. Thayer, Mr*. Anna Messer-I
Mr P. B. Bird. Sr. who U a frequent HONORED ON BIRTHDAY
smith, Mrs. A. M. Vivian, loin H.
Mr. and Mr Joe Torriae
vUltor to Homestead. gave a Vatbzetw
J. Armstrong Mr A. W.
The young couple took a short birthday party at their home In
Mrs. Oeo. E. Deuel Mrs. H. Jo-
the and I Florida City Sunday evening mbettor
motor trip through sate
banning end Mrs. Oeo. W. Turner,
art now at home In the Bradley Jr. of the sixteenth anniversary Qay
apartment on N. B. Tenth street. ef their daughter Mary. |
Angello Leonard!, Sal Barbagolto -
The Calendar and Jimmy MasaratU
stringed instruments, and
EN JOT SOCIAL tviNjNa Bltello his t
: played piano
About twenty-five were frt. Feb. T Episcopal Women' Both dancing and game PI''I
eat at the pot-luck supper givenby Auxiliary covered dish luncheonand : Joyed. Later a big
Ad Astra Chapter et the 0. E. bridge With Mrs. i. .. HOT- :and other refreshments ....
S in the L O. 0. r. hail Friday ton at I p. in. ed.
evening for member and friend Feb. f Community pot-luck: Among the guest beside those
aid Homestead Masons and their upper at the parsonage of Red- mentioned went Mr. and Mrs. S.I )
wve.. land Community Church. ear lollo. Mr. and Mrs. 3. Bon- @
Afterwards a musuai program Feb. -. E. 8. meeting in I, O. ammo Mr. and Mrs. A. Naloll. Mr.
wa given by ErdeU Mutehler and 0. F. halt and Mrs. Luill. Misses Beta Md
his orchestra. The Naranja Trio Feb. 10-Garden Club meeting Constance Hunter Miss Mary
X. X Graham, Wlllard Mendershott at home of Mr. and Mr*. Wm. Dun- Malambra. Mary Grace Natoli,
and Charles! Elehenberger, lop at 3 p. m. Ellen and Jimmy SchaUern, Louie
gave several accordion number Feb 11-Florida City P.-T. A. DeAmbra. Frank MaUmbri. Jo
and Marjorie Yogis gave an accordion meeting in city haU at 3 o'clock. Bonanno and George Barbagollo.
solo. Mr J. D. Redd played Feb. H-Address by Mrs. Oliver For sweetheart, mother or sister here

the piano accompaniment for SoUitt at meeting of Woman'Clubof JUNIOR CLUB PLANS I* the candy that meets with instant approval
the orchestra. Homestead. VALENTINE PARTY
t. A. Young made chalk draw- Felt 11 Teachen' Club
a Bridge Plan for a buffet supper, dance .
ing showing the origin of the Or.i meeting at Bevo Webb home and bridge party on the evening of
der of the Eastern Star, with the Feb. H-Arerae Club meeting St. Valentine's Day, next Friday, There are packages ranging: from $1
three wise men on the deter Jlllar'' with Mrs. Le* H. Lehman. at the Homestead Country Clubwere to $3. Reserve package I
a palm tree with the tar in the Feb. 13-W. M. U. meeting in made by the Junior Woman' your todaylTWO
east shining brightly. Baptist Church at 3 p. m. Club of Homestead at its meeting
Mr S. J. Davl and her daughter. -I Feb. -Meeting of study class Moday night In the clubhouse.
Mis Alice played a piano' of Woman' dub of Homestead Each member will be permitted to
duet I at home of Mien Jennie Lobdell. bring a friend. MORE DAYS
Afterward the group played old- Feb. IS-Comus Club meeting The election of officer will be
fashioned game at J. H. Webster home. held at the next meeting on March Miss
Feb. 13-Redland Ladles' Aid J. Dolores Captain, from the Cara

MR. AND MRS. JACKSON meeting at home of Mrs. The Present were: Mrs. E. A. Buchanan Nome Laboratories in New York, will be
Brewer. I Mr*. Don Ferreyra. Mrs.
Mr. and Mr FrIll Jackson entertained Feb. 13 Woodmen' Circle: Geo. M. Sonnlchsen, Mr*. Joel J: Saturday noon to help you with
at dinner and bridge last meeting In L a O. F. hill at 2 Robinson Mn. L. B. Damey, Mrs. your skin disorders. By appointment only.
Thursday at their home on Plum- o'clock. W. B. Caves, Jr., Mrs. Gwendolyn .
mer drive. Feb. -Annust dinner of Moore Mia Pearl Whltaker Miss .
Sacred Heart Society In Green Ines Branch. Mlsse Eloise and
The guest included: Mr. and
Mr W. E. Sunderland and Mr.and Lantern restaurantFeb. Mary Bradley Misses Alice and The Dixie
Mr*. Clarence Bolle of Miami, 14-Business meeting of 'I Grace Hobson, Mill Ellen Huff and Drug
Mr Nora HefUn of St. Albans. Homestead Business and Professional three new member. Mrs. Pauline
Vt, and Mr Bertha Edwards of Women' Club at I p. m. McConnell. Miss Hazel KiUlnger Your Rexall Store I
Redland. Feb. 14- Junior Woman' Club and Alias Marguerite Wollam.

buffet upper, bridge party and I .... .
dance at Homestead Country Club ilL AND MRS. LEHMAN .
PARTY I tine party at home of Miss Hen I Five table of bridge were In 17
The Sub-Deb Club made plan rietta Hajrtoian.Feb. play when the Comua Club met at 1I
for a valentine party when It held I IS-W. M. S circle meet the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Lee H.
Jim first meeting In Ice new clubroom ings. Lehman Thursday night of lastweek. Any :
Wednesday. The party will Feb. 13--RedUdfl P..T.A. foun- Mrs. J K. Webster and H permanent wave
be held on St. Valentine' Day, den Day program in school audi
Feb. 14. at the home of Mia Henrietta torium at 3.39 P.,m. wont do F
Hartman. Mar. -Election got officer of For the Best In l

Present were: Mia Iva Dyal, Junior Woman' Club In the Clubhouse OPTOMETRYDILNEUENSCIIWANOER I
Miss Bobby SummerUn. Mia Virginia at I p. m. S
Mar. I-W. M 8. in This Ear,jour eves man be perfect
Frick Min Mabel Williams, meeting
Mis Helen West Miss Hartman, Homestead Methodist Oiurch. DR. B. GONZALEZ ( -iut a ttrmmtmt bane el curls J
Mill Betty Bow** aDd Mia Mar* Mar. Supper Club meeting atLee 111 VevetlM Arcade, Miami be die up of pow aedk.net die 1.
da Oauceni. (L Lehman home. IW we gb tea whbbe sssersare-_ : J
we MI 'WEotfat isou.adoe.Uy 6a.

a" M....wkh IMTSI SMsfcaskal > )

DR.IU. A. BERGER DR.R.S.AKERSDENTISt Imfmman aad aseutoeleftae t
DRB.E.GATLINDentist Sscbm"Shopping araaad
ove't got It fair I"...coming to rot W u
Dentist .mi. ,., _

OMUe Uoww S .. nv to S e. SB.Seaway .
36 N. Krem Avenue I

Office In Uaosman BIdg. I t te ISFree Bush's Barber Shop .
Uj Ur* II (a- adeedaye ,

Office Hoar 8:30 4:30 Phone 83 j 1 I Parking Space & Beauty ParlorMISS


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Friday,.February 7r 1936. THE LEADER ENTERPRlSk Pare Nine \
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want to ow; a Copy for jroumtt
In thin volume C. C.; Raise write
I, r- ] of the4w4mlNMehed business of 1Cf.

Social Events MR* h U tiow.deAFaAylr r., "nc*)". It lea survey ofendeavor seleMHSc

nr thing accomplished and
thing left undone. and Ml much
SHICB begin to feel we are alao closely: 1 of the work to be done to the next
....... w......,. Ttwad.ra .-. .> Is.Tereq related to this family of Ho. Probably ,t hundred year AS our live are
remove !*-. Ai I It la the In the
largest family affected by applied science, but
United Sta_ roryeart Mill I mot of u* live and die without

FOUR LEGION AUXILIARY MEMBERS Lawrence on a New Jersey newspaper knowing common everyday fact.
Once In 1(34 the Book of the hu had charge of a question
Month Club elected II the outstanding and answer department Here Till LAWYER SAYS. "HAVE AXORANGK
Citation for outstanding relief orphanage and to give a dollar to book of the month a novel I she la brought In close contact *

work after the Labor Day hurricane I Indian work, and lesser amount "Yean Are So Long" by Josephine with many people and It la In this "I hereby five and convey to

were presented Wednesdayto to White Cross work and to the Lawrence written aroundthe I department he has learned to you, all and singular my estate
four member of the Woman' Margaret Fund and training them 'Honor thy fattier and 'much: about this Hoe family and and Interest, right title claim.

.Auxiliary of the John O. Salley school thy mother." The story touches Its problem Every day tome and advantage of and In this orange

poet of the American Legion Mrs Holllster Sage presenter the We of every mm and woman i member of the; family goes to Min together with aD tu rind

.,..*.Wm. J. Geronlmo, Mrs Frank the program which wa a* follow: rich or poor, high er low. Everyone Lawrence asking help to solve a Juice. pulp, and pip, and ill right
B. Hue, MIL 3. A. Smith and Mia "Through Prison to Light" by Mrs. mint torn day face the question problem. This I* one of our new and advantage therein, with full

Ruth Fox. A. J VanMarter;; "Problem Faced : What do I owe my parent? I book*: you will find It M the rental power to bite cut, nick, and otherwise -

1L The citation were presented ate by Women la Korea". Mrs. T. D. What do they owe me? Should my thelt to eat the tame or give the :

covered dish luncheon meeting Plche; "Advance of<< Women In children or my parent com tint? I We have another new book, too same away with or without the '
at the home of<< the president Min! Egypt" Mrs. R. E Edward: and Have parent the right to Interfere "The Next Hundred Yean". If rind Juice, pulp, or plot, anything ;

FO*. short Item by Mr, t. M. Forte with the lives of their Chll you are Interested In science you hereinbefore of herein ef In
Other* present were: Mr*. R It and Mr*. 8. R. Fitch. dren It If a beautiful story, and will want to read this book and any other mean el whatever nature .

twins, Mr*, fred Redd. Mr*. Win Mr Catherine PIckard led In' William Lyons Phelps named It ai after you have borrowed It from or kind whatsoever to the contrary
E. Rheney Mr W. H. Sheffield the mission study period. one of the five belt novel of the I the library and read K, you win withstanding."-E:*. 1
and Aenabell Redd. Mr*. Leon Northntp of Brook- year. Now, In January 1931. another

tondale, Jt. Y., wa 'visitor. book Josephine Lawrence, ""'-"

rot W. It t. cite sd "If I Have Four A plee," was chosen THE REMAND CAFE
ftOLft FEBKCAitT MEETINGS READING Alt OFTEN M the outstanding book of the

At W. M. I.. JdITINGt month, by the Book of the Month HKS A. NABOBS Prat.
W M. V. Circle One met Wed .1
netday* at the home of Mr*. Earl The February meeting of the dub. It.. a atory of the Hoe SUNDAY DINNER SO, I I

crave/ where the following program Woman' Missionary Society of the tamlly a family Mattered far and VEGETABLE PLATE !6sCLUB BMCAKFA8TI I5# IP \

wa given on the topic! "La Homestead Methodist Church was wide. We meet aome, f them everyday PLATE 1CNCB WITH DESSERT AND DUNK t*>
and M we read this book we
borer Together With God devotional held Wednesday afternoon In the

by Mr Ceo. A West; church. Mrs. P. B. Bird the president irt.

(aIlE by Mr*. E. E. Altman the presided. Mrs. Geo. Ran- .
.leader; talk on "First Southern son. Mn. J. L. Ballard and Mn ,

Missionaries to China" by Mrs. W. E. S. Cipltnger gave reading .
R. Cheshre; "The Margaret Others present were: Mrs. A. B.

Fund" by Mrs. Frank irwin; Slagle Mn John William. Mrs.
"Hiding t Multitude of $inI" by IL M. Gibbs, Mrs. Sam Davis, Mrs.
Mr West; "Hungry Heart" by' E. B. Koestline, Mrs Mollie Win-

Mrs. Chesley Sounder; and benediction gate, Mn John Anderson Mrs.

by Mr*. Irwin. Lewis Brandenburg Mn J A.
Refreshment McNeil). Mn. A. S. Moye Mrs.
were served by
Chester Redd Mn. A. A Koest
the hottest
line Mrs. E. S. Capllnger. Mrs.
Present beside those named Don Williams II.... Caspar Williams
were: Mrs. Jennie Smith. Mrs C. I and Mill Jennie LobdelL

Riggers Mrs. H. B. Rains, Mr*. I _
A4& Smith, Mrs. Art Reichert,
M.... T. T. Bowen and two visitor, SCPPER CLUB MEETS

Mr J. R Godwin and Mr*. J. .S. WITH MIL AND MAL UNIX
At"Kinder. I Four table of bridge were In
when Ute Club met at
play Supper
Circle Two met at the home of
the home) of Mr. and Mr*. J:. H. !
Mr* T. E. Klrb) Mrs. KIrby gave
Hiner Mrs. T.
Wednesday night
the devotional service and Mrs.S. .
J. Faust and W. K. Walton won
F. Matthew offered prayer.Mrs. .
the high score price, and Mn.
Jim Vann. the leader pre
John Bowen and Frank Skin the
sided. The member brought tray
cloth to tend to the orphanage In consolation prize Mass.
Present were: Mr. and Mn J. R We"
Arcadia. Webster, Mr. and Mrs. Lee R
The circle voted to begin the
Lehman. Mr. and Mn Bevo Webb 3D ELECTRIC RANG
study of "Minion In the Bible",
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webb. Mr. and
and to renew its subscription to
the World Comrade for mem I Mrs. Bowen, Mr. and Mn. Skill
I Mr. and Mn. Faust and Mr. and
ben of the a A. for which the
Mrs. W.lton.ROMJSTlAD.

circle Mrs.I*Annie sponsor Butler and.Mr*. C I

H. Reed were named a* the church : P.-T. A.

flower committee for Feb 9; Mrs. PAYS FOR READERS ((560 '.E.S' lAMPS
Jim Vann and Mrs. Emma Wright I The Homestead P.-T. A. executive -

for Feb. 18; and Mr. E. L. Law committee on Tuesday voted

rence and Mn. Kirby for Feb. 33.Mi I I to pay tU. 3. the balance due ..

*. Lawrence and Mr*. Kirby on supplementary readers bought
were appointed to provide a pro I but year. The total coat wa $... t -

grain for the March week of prayerwvlce It voted also, to pay a $...DOI
and Mrs. Bert An. I bill for kerosene used in school ..... ..... tllII stove DOW 0S1NQ Three (novsono1 lour kusutredi m4eleven
eldest cook to Florida Power Light
tile dwtrict. Company
your *>
drew we named a* March hoc- heaters, and to give J. A. McNelll
we wW .... you a beautiful table top --. changed to cleansCook"
test for Circle Two. Mrs. Tom who ha audited the assoclatlon'abooks
model Dectale Range absolutely ire*, during IMS. BON Florida wear
Vann president of the W. M. U. several times, $9 a* a light B TOM cook stove b the second ........ en are entering that coder method Wcooking.
made the closing prayer. I token of appreciation.EXTEMPORANEOUS. TOO will receive a WakeBeld L E. S. And... new cooking {era
Jldl'fthmen'lollo the bust floor Lamp. The owner .. the third are set ALL The parted electric ever
nee! ...1011. : TALKSAT eldest wU. given a WokefieU L E.S. central the emtoatatie tusMn. .>. lode

Present were: Mr W. D. Horn, TOWNSEND MEETINGThe Table Lamp No letter to write .I block soot en pots sad pan, saw
_ Mrs. Kirby, Mr*. Lawrence Mn. of the HomesteadTownsend no pusale to solve no package bringing many Nun tI fttN Ireedoemweaiea
Jim Vann Mr*. Tom Vinn Mn. meeting top to eave. just ttt cut the coupon N there who nave wtaerfenaean
Butler Mrs. Reed Mn. Matthew, I Club Sunday afternoonIn below and deposit It la fee boot at rut aUctrldtr to*IheaT osakfcmf fctsi
Mrs. Wright Mrs. Wm. John, a the Neva King Cooper School eJectrie deoW. In our star, or art cmy Why the biff wiaff to
member auditorium was devoted to extemporaneous Ford Chevrolet or Plymouth ...*.. Electric Coot
new and Mrs.
a talk given by Mrs. Beotof I r Yw :
Maggie Lawrence of "oft Wham yell reek eIMtItcaIIy. f.a.- ** we
Oa. Damascus J. B. Reed J. Wrsong, s. F. Matthews Teal have tore dine to enjoy roar slog saata who keep hot wets ready
Guy Whitney. B. Bird, cxn Sao the land Feida, Chrr let r tend waJtutg M boon day .,...**
Circle Three began the mission J. E. McCauley and other. ReadIng Plymouth at your eUoWa solos or -
study book,"Mission In the B.ble"
were given by Eunice Walker -
when the members met with Mr
and LttcMI West
& A. King. Present Mrs.
were: The club will meet again at theame .
H. Collier Mrs. S. L. West Mn.
place next Sunday at 130p. :
W. I:. Lewd. Mn. Frank McIW mt.JOHN
wain Mrs. C. O. Robertson. Mrs.J. .

R. Pope and Mrs. Mary Fetich.Mn. Oa Yew thrifty Three) Sale the Cost Pet KWH
Harry Cooper and Mia Lit* O. CAIXKT POST NO. 41 Step Dewn A* YeM DM Step* OpC c cr
llan Johnson were visitor AMERICAN LEGION

Circle Four met at the home of
Mw4a tret aa, thM We4s.eafk
Mr*. Julia Polk. Mr*. Polk led In *. M4 Aawrlme Lecl
the devotional service and prayer. i"N peed Nacad South K....>. An

The group decided to make the i Ho"P0484 f'IL j i.*, '&M fa. tM+ ae... R-.
usual dollar gift to the Baptist ...Lr# eawe el Florida pelMr i Loin C w/ '
pony Is eligible M wow -. waplorM* till 1 w .rase -, wet am as "ClUlal1IOfr
eM thoir.......mt...*>T..till s>a.... 5 1IIIaIT. t5U
I de... eM aver ...... ....
TfcnT Mom rbmaty II and M* Mot* ,_ .
SHrveys Maps K NASAe

am..... my to eed.wend. ..--. hiee DoI. -
I eI err+ some I w we M ,_-rea. -'
AItUVINGSTONREGISTERED 4-.Tli wwrr.dN.esale SMS! : asssl fat *eo**.> a* I. .:: =- wens.s .
**. SMSSl **M> I. ewe 0. f.
s'" .CIVIL ENGINEER I-OHT oWrM as MwOwPOW WMW .* .... tew I.i CIe 11, 00044016. 0
MM fttal tl ee 4108r6 ..

Rejtttd Lalds.nf1 1: == tsiMiMt... ....... Deal a.r.s.eov ws.k aaM 0.aa.apeaswo 400 t.ft* Mar O1je.Ya OW.gals... ireN0.
.... as 110110L TLC be wM at ttr3t Ian_MwT 6000-'Now a max*....,p.ra..
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I. 'HomesteadHigh School News _.IH.____.............." .............. ,"- ,
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vision, a time to see only oui bell {J \
time for sti : ,
llant objective II
__."..._.'.._....__..__."._..'.._.._.._'...m._...__. __ 'HH .H _'''.",,'_IH--- determination a time to trio ,1))1, I iC/I'R""n\\-"N': '
In the tests given In Mrs John. border Is decorated artistically the voices of our leader< ('I \ 'main : ;'
scale home room Banks Byrurr, with valentines on a white beck every corner of the land Mak : : ,,. : '. \,, \ /ii"" ': ) .
shade the highest score In arith- ground. Way for Man". .1 time to help old i : :
metic. In English and spelling encourage the officer of nUlub/ I I'' .'
Edna 'Booth and Banks Byrum tied Mrs Flfleld's room won Me foi by going often to the Sund ,it. : i :/ i.iSY':
I com The clan averaged 24.7 In, -, ternoon me'IIIHI" .tuJh ( UC I g, ", i
arithmetic. 28 9 in English; and au "Huckleberry 1 T D Pit'[IE. President '.,"' '
in spelling, During the home room I I a tree He*** for selling the moil", Homestead, Feb 5. 1936. : :: .,:,.'?H t1 1: .. :. ..Af"1? ; :\ 1 rr.
period the claw hat been enjoying la the ,wora.: Henry Martin Is '
the "Baffle Book", a book of unsolved welcome .to ,(he class. The pu- DANCE A SUCCESS r. .V' :: 6u, !'s'Tt' s (iff: W .
mviterles All hope that pils designed valentine .., ,/ .
Virginia' Doney will lOOn recover Editor Leade..EnterprlllIn ,:: :t{ r : ; ; : :, .;,:d' '::t. :I: }'':

from the mumps Von Ollmer Is out with appendlcltto. behalf of the Junior Woman i p." s We '!' ll tit. R''' s t({'.
Club of Homestead, I wish to Ji\r- ,
Al and Nellie Moon : '. "':"
thank you for your cooperationIn :; ; :: :
The Rev. -Wm A. Eckel from are .out of school this week. A '-" '
Japan and his two sons Baldwin pupil In Miss Ray's room leads the making our dance of January 30 ;cerf, s.Xt .kt cEat.... : ,_ ,, .0) :' I
a success
and Eugene entertained the, grammar flag salute each morning ," ,, \;" .'. :- .', :'. : ."" ,'.'". ," : "
school Tuesday with songsand Yours very truly ',:' x1r '(cst'1< ''} '';;' ;''' i
stories. They also brought a,r Rebecca Vickers of Miss Wil ALBERTA BUCHANAN > I
gold prayertfar with them to liams' room has moved to the key*. Homestead, Feb. 3, 1938 "
show to the pupils. ; i1 0JYX.STANOAR.D.f ? I
I' Mrs Fred Redd who teachesthe near Homestead and the Florida Tf : i5; : :

Edna Becker Is back In ,..hoolatt.r kindergarten, assisted by Mrs. state experiment station at Gainesville .
I: Lewis Brandenburg, took the kin- On the way home, the caravan
absence illness.Harry '
due to
an gotten children to Monkey visited Palm Beach Daytona,, ::
Brothers has transferred
to Miami. There were quite a few Jungle Everyone enjoyed the St. Augustine, Jacksonville, Atlanta
trip immensely and all thank Mr. and Lookout Mountain near
exemptions In the sixth grade DuMond for his kindness Thereare Chattanooga. The return trip also 0 It..o.'t. I'''. I''T.U'C'' 1-"
I now IS In the kindergarten, included Nashville, VIncenne,
Mrs. Bird's room has several Margaret Barnes, Gypsy Howard Ind., and St. Louis. | '
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new books and a new flag The and Betty Byrum are new pupil The local: chapter Invited the I

Florida chapter to return the visit I

Homestead Attention "
I George Hogs I

As Shawnee F.F.A. Boys Arrive Home do

(from Kansas City Times of-January of southern garden crop, most of
6) which are now just about readyfor
Forty-four boys, members of the market. Celery plantations
Future Farmers chapter at the I and orange groves got much of the
Shawnce-Mlsslon rural high attention. Plants that were strangeto
school, returned to their classes the Kansas youth were Identified -
yesterday from a 2-week Christmas and the procedure: of grow
holiday jaunt to Homestead ing them explained.At .
Fla., with some knowledge of the Miami, they visited a chicken .
Intricacies of deep-sea fishing, a "hotel". The building was constructed 0I .
clearer view of what constitutes for a hotel In the Florida .'
southern agriculture, memories of boom days When the crash came
I pleasant trip and a baby alligator It was nearly finished but there I
were no funds to complete It. A t.I .
George Homestead, the alligator I group of business men leased the
was getting aQ the attention yesterday place and now have 6000 laying I
Although 7 years old he hens Installed, cpmfortably: in the
Is only a lUlle more than a foot guest rooms
long and Itltl is considered an infant -I Other point of Inteteat visited
among the denizens of the were the Chapman Gardens the
Florida Etprglades.: ( George was plant trial garden of the United
a present fwh the Future Farmers States department of agriculture 7I
chapter of Homestead which entertained -
the local youths The r
Future Farmers Intend 'to build a I Eva Estelle Sullivan
private aquarium for George
Through It State Teacher of Pianoforte

The 9-car caravan of the Shaw- BEGINNERS A SPECIALTY I

nee-Mlsslon youths accompaniedby : set N. J:. Sad Ave.. Homestead i
ten adult supervisors, left here I
December 20 on the 300-mile trip
through twelve states It win II 1t
made under the supervision of N.
D: Carver, chapter adviser t
Arriving In Homestead on CARE
@ JI
Christmas eve the Homestead
chapter and moot of the town'spopulation and Beauty I
of 1,200 turned out to 1n J
live the Kansas caravan a noisy 1
True beauty demands I ,
welcome. After spending the night I
In the spacious chapter house of the best of care at ail J
the Florida time Whether you tx
rr A. the boys were
guest of the city of Miami on e wish a wave'a facial,
deep-sea fishing trip. a manicure, or any of 0P
the other essential aids
Christina t
dinner of clam chowder
fish, and a varied list of desserts to beauty you'll find Y
the skilled operator at
was served the youths aboard I h IIt
the yacht leased by Miami city P a e 'a Beauty Parlor

the to take Florida the boy chapter and on members a 80-mile of ready quickly to at any serve time.you WHEN YOU BUY THE 11t

trip down the Bay of Blscayne: Croqml.n.le, Spiral and tJa
The Kansas party of fifty-four Combination
caught two flab, both of them PERMANENT WAVES 41 It my be fun to "take a chance.-but why gamble when you tJI''

small. I Prices $.>,, $6, $7 buy mot blades Selling at 4 for 101, Probak Jr. Is a double-
Exploration through the Ever- edge blade of known quality made by the world's largest producer Q' I
lad and the 11
along Keys to view
the damage wrought by the recent PAT'SBEAUTY of razor Wide. It Is automatically: ground honed and C7 f 11

hurricane Interspersed sea-bathing stropped by special process that guarantee the utmost in shaving
while at Homestead I PARLORPhone comfort and economy.: This blade whisk through the stiffest e

Study ftevtfceni Crepe I S39-R Horn Bid*. whisker*-glides over the tendemt spot without pull or Irrita Q.ID. y ,

The boys cot a first hand study don Prove thIs for yourself. Buy a package of Probak Jr. at your d; p o a! h.U

dealer today-and dip one In your razor tomorrow morning. tl

Annie Mayhcw Fitzpatrick i h


Graduate Oberlin Conservatory and Royal PROBAKJUNIOR e,

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..IJCENSK.LA-\V- .- .BAWISTKURCH I F In will Mark Wrhs' the first Sunday_. if

: First Insertion 10* t line; subsequent insertion
CURB ACCIDENTS FFb, >|*}1V> onitng;. wnttow HOMESTEAD METHODIST H + line -

'Toe fof ...
Ceaitnf "the HolySpirit" I CHURCHFeb. ...

; evening sermon:
(Continued From Page Two) -Morning meaaacet !
"Committing Our goals to i "I Ge a nahl.."; .pet"allftu" FOR RENT I REAL ESTATE
first began winning beauty; contest God." ,
as I by choir of IS voice under
Feb. -Prayer service sub direction ROOMS with or without board. BIG VALUE 6-reom hou o. .
of Irving Ljron. Evening
Boris Schlachman, director of ject "Philip follower of rortuce: "The Mercy Cor. Silver Palm and Richard Furnished. All city Improvement t

the Young Men's Hebrew Assoc- Jesus" Seat", symbolised from the rd.. Redland. p/U) *. The word BARGAIN baa I

Utloa of Miami. sang "Ell-Ell" in "An invisible power greater Old Testament Tabernacle been greatly overworked, but :
Hebrew and "Sonny Boy". thin the puny effort .( nun HOUSE FOR RENT-f urnlahed or I do not hesitate to say that this !
accompanied chalk
Mr. Swan's talk followed will fight for us."Lincoln. drawing unfurnished. See E.: E. Bailey on I property I* a Big Bargain Price
a report by L. A. Yean,. E.: Avocado drive. (pfT) I
furniture bed linen
by W I. Flsk on a trip Including ,
made Feb. It-At ':31 p. m. Bible
to Miami by presidents of all Redland CHRISTIAN SCIENCE I study. FOR SALEFOR and table linen, dishes, now i:
District service club to ask CHURCH 12.200 reduced from $ ,lIOO I

the county commission and the Ic: "Spirit"Feb. SPIRITUALIST TEMPLE OF SALE-Sweet potatoes, from Fine furniture and plenty of It '

sheriffs office for a traffic patrol Lenon-sermon top- I TRUTH plneland, 60c a bu. Bring con- H. A. Cameron. (41311) ;

for Road 4-A. Mr. Swan said: I I Feb. t-lleillnc by Dr. J. tainer. Hans Heuer, Newton ACREAGES AND GROVES :

"Ever since I have been a resident CHURCH OF TIlE I Carl Hobson; lecture by the road between Coconut Palm and I specialize In Redland properties. t

of this district \VI. Fisk hambeen NAZARENERevival I Rev. Sada Hobson, and _*- Silver Palm drive (pf7-14)) Send me your listing of propertyfor

a voice crying in the wilderness now In 'progress. I sages by Mrs. Hill and Mrs. tale. !

regarding the Increasing Special service Bandar after Hobson. HONEY-the clear thick, delicious CHARLES I. BROOKS
number of fatalities and noon. kind. None better and at grove i
casualties 110 N. E. First St, Miami
brought about on the Federal prices. Also grapefruit. Hoi-
highWay Concert by Choir Set }
between Miami and Homestead 8T. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL lister Sage, East KlnlllflhwaY'1 REAL ESTATE-ThDM who want ,

largely because of the utter CHURCH For Friday, Feb. 21 FOR SALE-One 10 h. p. and oneS to buy or ell Redlen
lack of police patrol The rest of 1 Feb. Septuaceilma SUBI h. p. G. E., S-phase, 220-110 real estate will find up-to-date :
Member of the choir listings in office. ot '
Us become agitated and do a to dad of the volt A. C. motors our Many
of talking sporadically, but Lion Homestead Methodist Church and ; compensating these listings are till at subnormal -
200-gal. tank
FlsH, has been the one man I FLORIDA, CITY I other linger of Homestead have one pair solid tired pressure heavy duty; price. We shall appreciate -

amongst us who has kept up the COMMUNITY CHURCH decided/ to jglve: ( the concert tot wood wheels good for trailer.; either ;your Inquiries or
$ht I which ''they have been your listings, all of which will
straight through the Feb 16-Berlnnlnf rehearsing
year of re Homestead Machine Shop,.S. W.
District on Friday, Feb. 21. hay our best attention. Now <.
Remand JLtojiJifciuWlong I" Viva!
iprrvM by pa or and 2nd St J9tf)
I ..' Sacred number, IplrttualOuth'ern. the time to buy. B. W. Morris
II record ot suoctotuTpcMevement 1 then Rev. J. t }"'hl worti of *, ;
I ,
I behind Mmd; I lhih| Pte 1 pompano. melodies Latin selections SETS OF 0 baby; fart of tropical now aaaoclated with H. A. Cameron -
Jt t| time that we lend'.our united I. ". and several secular humben Jellies, assorted, celopha'ne wrapped N. W. lit St. In Citizen

effort and combined energy to I REDLAND; COMMUNITY will be given. The program packed In carton ready for I Bank Bldg. Phone 72. ,

secure adequate police control ofthis" i CHURCH I I. under the direction of Irving mailing $1 Mailing charge 25c.

hJbwaand to bring about I I Feb. Brrlnnlnc of regular J. Lyon. Mr. J. D. Redd i* pianist I Mrs. Bertha Edwards; Redland WANTEDMIDDLEAGED ,

other methods of road between Plummer and Co-
preventing the evening worship at 7 p. m.year's t
terrific toll of lives, the frightful 'i For the Nelrhbon"Anne I conut Palm drive nlStf) lady desires position -

'number of accident, which we ," said the mistress of the a* practical nurse or housekeeper -
budget would include
'I a FOR SALE-Tom Baron English
witness each for refined couple.
year. house "I notice have been
sufficient mm for the proper you train, White Leghorn .laying
to Mrs.
pollc-I or writ Margarette
"In the past fortnight taking our empty grapefruit skins
we have ing of the highway young hen from super-laylni
Goulette RFD No. 1 Box 300.d27lf.
suffered the las of home with ... ,
very valued been done. I yo. What do you do contest, $1 each. Owner -
and beloved'women.. One had I "A moment ago I poke of our with them?" leaving for winter. Mrs. F. ( )

given a lifetime of service to the splendidrecord of achievement I The negro maid looked'Up at the Lardon, Richard road between the Circuit Court In and lot the CmntrluraraM J

community; and who can tell how | We have the distinction of being mistress with a sheepish grin. and Red- .. and tubjMt lo imputation kr Mir
I I i Biscayne Waldin drive "... Wormwood I.......".
much the other might: have meant the only Lion club to" own our "Yes, ma'am, she admitted. land. (pd27-JS) 0" WHICH AH. PERSON WILL
to had I' "!'.. been 'em home. I TAKE mm JoIOTICII.W. .
society not her life carrying
been own den almost solely through .
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muffed out by an Illegally parked I I the Individual'find combined efforts I think they make my garbage can MISCELLANEOUS II-" 'OZ. ::: :' .
: .
truck The the look so stylish. Ex.
knowledge that the of number of this club ---N'

road to their deaths was partially'1, we have recently teen the opening i 100 STRAWBERRY guavas given This J till, "::e ? ,"1;

paved with 'broken promises doe ,,, of Silver Palm drive; we recently I! away free 11 called for W, M. ,J.. rall FVh. T. II. Ill ,

not make our logs any easier fo received ,naClonal publicity fort I Brodie. In th* County Judtfel Court In and .I

s bear. 't' paid-up 15ue <&|jmd ao,,,:pn, endlessly II PIANO TUNING and repairing. i for Dade County florid. In
"A few weeks ago tonight Mr, Therefore, let u* add to Probate. No. 179Z tIn ';',
Flsk called out attention to the cur record in this matter of proper j \ Good used piano for ale cheap I II Re: Estate of JULIA E..,, McINTYRE -
| W. E. Koon. 118 N. W. 3rd St '
death of Miss Hull warning us !police protection, and keep work-I; Deoeaae ,

the J something must be done to'' mg ccatelojslyuntil we can drive Notice to creditorsTo
I All Creditor and All Persons .
I prevent further toll; a short time over our highway with sonic a- Having Claims Demand +

later Dr. Mary Freeman was kill ad-)( surance of safety for our wives I the Circuit Court, Eleventh Judicial Agaln SMd a,1:

by driver that should havMrested sand children. Circuit. Dade Count I You, and each of your are hereby
( at least %n tour before tie d 'I In the meantime there are other Florida. In Chancery. Case No. notified and required bKpreaent

accident happened. Replying to I i I thing we can do toward the 4367J3. any claim and demands which

Mr. Flsk, Commissioner Paxson same end. Some states place Helen Van Winkle vs. William Van you, or therestate you may hove

stated that because no appropriatlon ,I' crosses beside the road wherevera I Winkle. agouwt of JULIA E.
DivorceIt McINTYRE deceased late of
had been made in this year' I death ha occurred, or signs with appearing by; the sworn bill filed Homestead, Dane t \,, Florida,
budget we could not expect the a black skull and crossbones In the above stated cause that to the Hon. W. t. BLANTON

commission to give us police pro wherever a serious accident hap- the residence of William Van wm-I County Judge of Dad County, at

tection; adding that he doubted if ,: pened. These make the careless kle, the Defendant therein \ his office I In the County Courthouse
the taxpayers of this section would driver a little more thoughtful Is unknown and that there is no in Dade County, Florida,

stand for the amount necessary to about cutting In, etc. Truck i person In the State of Florida the within eight calendar menthe from
... GROW GOOD PULLETS service of subpoena whom the date of first
provide same. But he also told should be made to use other roads upon the publication
I would bind such Defendant and hereof. All claims and demand not
, u that
of which
Governor Sholu had definitely there are many; becauseIt
that hats over the age of twentyone presented within the time and In
promised that five i II a matter of record that they
state patrolmen yean. It 1s therefore ordered the manner prescribed herein shall
J1 would be placed on, our are involved In molt of our local that said William Van Winkle, be barred a* provided by law.
,. highway on January 1. I accidents. All of these thing and Well grown vigorous pullets non-resident Defendant be and he Dated January 28, A. D. 1938.

"That promise has been kept in i r other precautionary method have r will make fine layers next tan I* hereby required to appear to the Harriett McIntyre Soper AtAdministratrix
the helped other Communities, but the Bill of Complaint filed in said of the Estate of
have manner his other promises most Important of all for u* to and winter. Assure this result cause on or before Monday the JULIA E McINTYRE, Deceased.

been kept There was bring about I* a state driven' license 2nd day; of March, A. D. 1936, otherwise First publication on Feb. 7, IU311
no hesitancy in removing two fearless law, one'with teeth In It. by feeding Ful-O-Pep Grow the allegation of said bill (Feb. 7, 14, 21. 28)I
law enforcement officers will be taken a* confessed by said
Mash It
i Hardie and Hawthorne, but there Wherever this law baa been adopted ing now. developsbig Defendant.It

were, no promised enforcement there has been a notable decrease framed, rugged birds that Is further ordered that thisorder
In accidents. 'be published once a week for
officer to arrest the law breakers ,
who brought about the death of "I strongly; urge that the Red- can stand the strain of heavyegg four consecutive week in the I!

these two land District Lion Club launch I Leader-Enterprise a newspaper
splendid women. And statewide movement in all the production. published In said County; and State.
:while there may; be some selfish This 20th day of January, 1933. I
Lion club to
holder of large acreage In this secure the passageof E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of
community who might object to an t driven' license law by the Circuit Court By M. Swift II

. increase In taxes for police protection next legislature. The money rained Deputy Clerk

. they can be counted and by such law would be enoughto Ernest P. Roberts,

named on the finger of one hand, amply provide adequate police 1 Solicitor for Plaintiff.Jan. '
patrol J ( 31 Feb. 7, 14, 21, 28)
and I, for one, do not believe that throughout the state and ; \

there i* a taxpayer In this room It the tame time remove the deceitful poultry NOTICE Or INTMTHW TO APPLYro S

who would not gladly give a few wheel of murder from the hands farmers year after I 4 HART5WTO : '
additional mill help prevent' of moron, drunkard and the' IFJl.1 rear Follow their NOTICE to km** twii'tk** sa _I llc.tlon -
the continued holocaust physically incompetent will he .... to Hon. Henry
on our
"It we do this, and we can, Dr. ccdcboiceandrmore aloe!I A'kl/_. OM '"f tIM J.etof the Cir"
highway ,
Court of SIlo lllk JudtfUl Clrriilt uf .1.
Mary Freeman will not have died' and better I' M.. l I. .iH for Dade County .. hi. .lu "I
"Mr. Flak. has just reported that ', In #atn." ". 'I b-n I. elm Ceara in ........, ,sa r /CE
a joint committee *of the I pullet this season County ...bet 6161"k A. II.. ...nth.
I I I Lonna Walcott.. professions': day .. ,....... ,.a9-110114, for .n .,.1... -n d COL D.
heads of the various civlo.organizations i{ stage end'night) club singer now I de,i e ln earpecathW IM DAVE Out NTYiTROnCAVPAlK.
met with the INO.-JI "'.m.riIHri.rponthx
county; com- :i, In ""'mI'will sing at next Tue- ..... tin lam of the t..l I
mission trjf morning, and that ]!day's meeting of the, Lion Cut Hector Supply Co. I i of '>.r/d. the tlwrur and the .*j" u "-1 I
they were assured that something I Itho AMMhtiol halos. brl.fi"I the .. !
i and Certain Wet, JA Joyce of Ml "-"" ...,...rll''. "
would be done Immediately, II! o HSSwtjiriMi 5 !? ,.. !
ami I I will bo {test speaker, Mr. i .. M M'"" h "" Nnnr t
hope and prny that this will be } hL.,p, la \ 'or..M. !w
Neafsey said yesterday. t :. tint. : RM:
SO, but I oanaet refrain from calling 1]- .. ., .. ,. T.vml.. .. '
your attention to tin root that i ............ ............................ + end Un.l."D/eN../-.,,1.t.-..f fthe Iw".fIt.t I shin A..I""?,1
---.t '... ni .no.! .".' n r 'I" arri. .It ".:.
ejJKtly a year ago ''Mr i l ask l: led aatatlilar j I Edward Stiling ......1..1.pr..m.10,. ..... "M.I vII. ,po
Turner's Funeral Home .. ( ,.1. I
( '
delelatten to the latnei I '
,:'. ..'r ned,: < ,in'f:. "ij ..Ihrrt.uuuUi ,
body with Uic Mme l'I.Q.u..t and Jllin. A.MntU\NCE SERVICE: I Real hi IfcM S-t lhin scum of .t.l
) Was gi\en the same uisuramc ,lane. -ad 1. .... and IM-Net ? h ,."
Attendant General 10 _...nt the ,
Lady hu.l.a
And alibis We al-o! made rcpr> Estate'I'I' .,, V T.Jl
i rumim .ub d io art wit In .n In the "| 1
entoUon to the budget board. mid 1'huu SCMl lIomp.-,...d. Via' i i I I Car P lm At rtlrlr.... at Ineorpomtliirt uf the *'i'' t Ariathin .
MJ4 I iruHMMl .rt.li.
J| the n' vI.
they, too, tuom.vcd to lee that/ tins I '"'".. ... .. :: ............_.. I. In* 1.1 ril. In lh.. | oCt,. t,! the :i ...r. r | ,

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Pan rwJ"t THE LEADER*l BHTEKFBIIB Friday, February 7, 1.... .

Movies f Park R.DXA. I beloved a*a h friend and bane/actor aeryicef which. will begin Sunday;
RESIDENT FIRE j> DR. MEMAN TO died In an ambulance on the way Feb. U.
Program Monday Night I to a hospital after a eolUalon be-I Mr.Cowan left yesterday to attend
WARDEN GIVEN BE BURIED TODAYInvestigation tween bur car and one driven bya a. mid-wlntey camp meeting,
Moving pictures showing the negro and containing five other which la being held in Lakel u Everglades: National Park area and ne "Vetl. Mia Ada Veal, nurse He plane N lODe about aevwjor
PERMFTPOWER\ its animal and bird life will be the I In the employ of Dr. Freeman eight : ''
main number on the Redland District of Fatal Au- was critically injured and Mrs.
Improvement Association to Crash Is Orderedby Margaret Cabot sister of the Per-
program Monday night at the Red-' with minor
Irwin rlne physician escaped
Made Assistant to Solicitor
land school auditorium.J. S.Alexander injuries.
G. J. Stocks for Con executive secretary of the'I
Dr. Mary Freeman of Perrlne. Allen Handy,tt, the negro driver
venience of Growers Everglades National Park Commission
attempting to the PI
wu pass RAf
,will show the pictures and who was fatally Injured In an automobile -, rreeman MG.eJxlj>uUed baettnW"the
trwln discuss the scenes aa they arc accident Sundayafter*
frank of Homestead, highway too quickly,according
grove patrol deputy sheriff, has shown. -1 'nboifon'tte i t MamI-Homeitesd to Information obtained by Constable lEGeneral
betn appointed settant fit. Warden H. E.: Crandall, director at the I highway near Kendall, will be George Hardie of Coconut
6f Everglades Fire Control Dade County Tropical Fair will burled in Woodlawn Park Cemetery Grove. Acting County Solicitor
District No. I for the convenience talk on plans for that event,which at Miami at S:30 p. m. today. Albert Hubbard has ordered a tJ
of growers and firmer wishing will take ptaeotiwflnt week in II Service will be conducted at the strict Investigation of the) accident I ,
to obtain permit to burn off their March. Lintoq Conner and his cemetery by the Rev. W. K. C. with a view to deciding what ,/
lands. Mr, Jrwln will work under Everglade Ramblers will nude,a Thompson.Pan charge will be filed. m A
O J. Stock of Miami who U fin return engagement with hill billy Bearen will Include Lamar I
warden for this district Mr. IT. music from harmonica guitar and Kendrick of Homestead formerly Whitworth to Assist /
win's phone number I* 534-W. banjo. of Perrlne, Y. J:. BUnton R. R. In Silver Palm Revival ,
Mr. Stock, in Homestead Tuesday : BarfMd P. O. Tyre, lanes Mor-
called attention to the follow.' First Hunter, : ..W.'...lost!" rlaon and W. K. Tyler.Dr. The Rev. J. I. Whitworth of Public Utilitiennmnnnnniwuniwu',
In* extract from senate bill No. Second punter: "Great guns! freeman, ,resident for ?0 Pompano who formerly lived In I
8110 which wu passed at the tart Let's shoot an extra deer so the yean of Perrlne, where she prae-I I Silver Palm win aailit the pastor, Usasesssed' Plane ge1.a 4.i
session of the legislature: game warden will find us" ticed medicine and wa the Rev. H. G. Cowan In revival ...

Section Q. The setting of .aU ,,,,,,, ,.. '
fires the burning of all trash and "" "
brush the clearing of all field, Sunlight f -:
wood, prairie or other land by .1 Chase and Sanborn t
fire haD be under the supervision I Country Roll *
Of the chief of the Everglades tire Dated
control district or by the county Dd
tire warden and In accordance ,

may with be such prescribed rules and therefor.refutation M COFFEEIceberg PasSaturday BUTTER; : !

Section 12. Any penon or peasons ,
furnishing Information or evidence '
against any person or persons .
firm or corporation violatingthe lb.------ Z5c ...r. a
provisions of this act leadingto
arrest and conviction, shall be
entitled to one-half of the fine Imposed Specials Center Cut j ,
If and when collected or -
in the event of the Imprisonment
without fine the chief of the Everglades Lettuce2g.heads15c PORK CHOPS : a
fire control district with the MILK Darigold ZOc
approval,the governor may payauch 3 tall .cans, .
person a reward of fifty('JO)! ib.w--.-POP Z3c..1,
dollan therefor. c.

SUGAR Cloth Bag Calf "" ;
oht 9&L
Fancy loin*.

.' CELERY.Ig.bundtIOC LIVERGeorgia :
ash Cobblers ,
lb.-..... .....- 31c> :
Air{This Week

Pure Gold, plain orceirishi&241bs. Beef ;,
Fancy Whole ..GrainRICE Flour .85C

Corn Flakes %? I5c STEAKany .

5 Is. ----..ascBisquick cut, Ib ZOci

BANANAS Go13 JiT 13c: ''l

Fresh Ground :;



:I Free Shirley Temple Mug, 8-oz Jar ....._....__..15c 8 oz.jar ..._..............16c. f

Pints ........................25c Pints ._....................26c I .
Redland Quarts .....................37c Quarts .....................4k Georgia Beef r.":. I

: Orangesdoz.15 Philadelphia Cream Cheese, 2 pkgs. "-.77-191 CHUCK ROAST 1'I. I


i : c Dog-Food 5 tall cans 25c lb.'I7Ct f '

..m:N::{ All Good 4 A,'
Pi h'LIQVR,11r1MNJT.- PEACHES Z'c Sliced .
Boneless Butts 2 No.2, cans

the Ho'h werklac.,'their ; WHITE BACON Tomatoes Royal King :ISc B. Bacon
Various aria as 4,eralta. Seethe 2 No. 2 cans
Bead IwUaa blanket .
weajrem aa4 .n'ftlSal&1aI., Crackers N.B. b.pie" um I' ib. .
Ib.------'X5c cmm ----, 33C. r a
1*J.-U." .110.&A 1:1' :
Aedtteelssst Me saalw BalkLARD wrrat Titj garb: ic: Smoked

SYRUP SteamboatBallard's SAUSAGE -"

Mallon S'c ; :

ib.. --..-- 140 2 lbs. .....- 21C j ;
' ptirepa. v JIJ.uG..IuY N lots se- ObeliskPlain .. t

Daisy or Self-rising I Georgia Smoked "

NEWT G. BALL n ( Sib.bag .-.....-..".29c

fetasy P.bits ; CHEESEIb..Z5c M our | 101b.bag .....................S3e2J BACON
irroitED: mna I Ib. bag .................1.19 lb. w25c ; .

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