The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00059
 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 14, 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
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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: UF00087294:00059
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Of Auto Tourist Camp in Homestead

CITES G-MEN I II Establishment of an automobile to stay here and look round' m

tourist camp In Homestead will be I bit.The

sought by the Redland District president, Ben Archer, announced -
Chamber of Commerce, members I that be would appoint a
INROTETALK! present at a meeting Wednesday coromttto within the next few City Licenses Must De Meeting Called Thursdayto <

night decided. I days to study tourist camps In Obtained by March 1 Plan United Action '

I Hardly a day passes without Inquiry -, nearby 1.'OIIIJIIUI\tttl'l and contact by Churches
at the chamber of commerce any possible private promoters or \
Showing of Homestead occupational
Blaze Trail in City
office by motorists desiring the I confer with municipal authoritiesas
licenses for 1036. the money for SIGNING BY 20% OF
What Trained Men i!accommodations' and facilities TOa. to the establishing 01 RiuiiKr
9 which goes into the general operating -
good auto tourist With pally operated ELECTORS NEEDED
Can ,
Accomplish ,
; fund of the city were due
j|the housing end shortage -'
apartment Following a report by members
Feb. I and must be paid by March
as acute M it has become it of th. Mmmltte appointed recently To Invite Juvenile Judge t' i
DRINK CAUSES 49 PER :, I 1, laid a I:. Edwards, city clerk
was felt that a modernly equippedand to do everything possible to With 4
yesterday Only a lew Homestead to Meet Local !
CENT OF ACCIDENTS | well supervised camp la one get the government to construct a merchant have paid their 1936
Ministers i :
I answer to the question of whereto .
post office building In Homestead
license feet as yet, he aid.
Must Allow for Slowed I' pat the visitor who may become I the meeting approved a suggestion

Brain in I' a permanent resident if he what the chamber and all other The Redland District Ministerial -
up Driving, and his family are given a chance I civic organizations a the district MAN BADLY HURT Association! will meet Thurs \ .
Says Safety Head i end resolutions U Florida's senators day of next week in the First Baptist 1 j

I and representatives In con Church of Homestead to Unitea
Pointing ;that Its United i i SHEFFIELD AND grew asking their active support WHEN PINNED TOGROUNDJYWALL county-wide movement for a I

States department of Jostle has'
blazed the way In showing what 1 I'SILLVERMAN.RUN: be committee's chairman: T. E. general election next November. f

trained men can accomplish in Kirby was designated \-ke-chalr- In answer to the LeaderEnterprise
apprehending criminals Andrew (Continued on."'" e Tea) editorial last week which 1

t\ J. Kavsnaugh director of lathesafety I FOR MAYOR'S JOBl1t.foridj I Percy Scythes in Hospital told of the provision for county '

for the city of Miami told P.-T. A. to Hear Filer referendum In the slot machinelaw i
With Injured Back
the Homestead Rotary Club Wednesday and suggested that the local f
thai each state should have Nominated City On Four Point Program Broken Lep ministerial association start the j'
a oar-year police training school.Th Biennial Caucus )Ion:: .t 'ooIl;:" It: '''' '. ban lolling for 'banishment oT the 1
poltw preparatory schoolsare Th. iour-poit ocrlm for financing Struck and pinned to earth by one-armed bandit from DIode .

advocate by the International I day Night the public schools which the falling wall o( a frame househe County tea Rev. A. A. Koertline, \' !
Association of Chiefs of Police, was'Mcently adopted'by the Florida was helping to rue at 624 president said yesterday that he r

:Mr Kavaaaugh Said. The association At the biennial Florida City Congress of Parents and South Krome avenue, Percy would call a business meeting of '

is ale urging the establishment town caucus Monday night In the ers will be explained In the Teach-I' Scythes was taken to Post Graduate Ole association for 19 a. m. next S .

of a crime prevention bureau town hall W. H. Sheffield and der's Day address which hospital Monday with an InJured Thursday. Notification cards will 4. a

i in every city; where a psychologist Mania Silverman were chosen as Filer Will members of the I spin and a broken left leg. b* mailed to members today by r
a physician and police officers nominees for mayor m the electionwhich Homestead I1re't-' Association His condition yesterday was con th* secretary,the Rev. C. N. Walker -

would work: la co-operation wi'tbi wit the held oa March .. in the Neva King Cooper sidered critical. ,
the schools. The house, former resident of
School Monday evening. These two
Nominees who will vie for the pastors were con-
"Children found to have antisocial W. B. being torn
Myrick was
fident that the association would
seven councilmanic offices to be This four-pohU program Is the
tendencies," said the speaker down tot John Prescott, broccoli
I I filled are Charles Clinton Lloyd one presented to the Florida Education los no time In appointing a delegation -
"would b* referred to the ,who is using tho lumber In
I Diets John Rohrer, Fred Leln- Association In December by grower to go before the Greater
bureau for construction of shacks for his
crime prevention examination
Inger, Lawrence Decker, -J. W. Mr. Filer, its president, and adopted Miami Ministerial Association at
by the psychiatrist and 1 farm hands. Scythes saw
Caves, Moss E. Sever, B. B. Pull- by the association at that time negro its next regular meeting on March I
the officers would Investigate the wall falling In time to throw
I ; en, J. H. Simmons, Tf. F. A. Rob Mrs. R. H. Fitzpstrlck's pupils 2 to suggest that petitions callingfor I'.
their environment then himself face down on the ground
P r ertson W. R. Goodlng, David will give three musical numbers. the slot machine referendum I
the staff would sit down and lay but there was nothing to protect
Snow and R. W. Mullln Those The toy band from Miss Frances be Initiated simultaneously In every -
out Johnny's and Mary's future. his back and legs. required
who were nominated but with- Done,'. room win play, and a church on a date to be decided. \
Miami, with 10 fatal accidents eight men to lift the wall enough n
drew were Mrs. Louise Shepherd, chorus of first grade children will They believed also that the signatures :
last is classed for be extricated.Mr. .
officially Scythes
year as Mrs. Blanche Chapman Win. My sing. of 20 per cent of the qualified i
America's most reckless city, Mr. Prescott ordered everythingto
I ers, Alonzo Lewis and H. Petzold. electors of Dade County necessary -
Kavsnaugh said discussing the be done for the injured workman
in order to get the referendum -
safety phase of police work. A For town clerk and treasurer, FRUIT THIEF PUNISHED Scythes and his wife cam obtained !
election could be
drive In which fireman Mrs. Flora D. Myers incumbent, to Homestead about three months
safety a C Fitting of Mew York City,
without difficulty.' It la estimated
sand a policeman have been assigned and Nellie Goodlng were nominated. who was caught in the act of taking ago from Brldgcton, N. J. that there are 10.000 qualified i
For marshal, the nominees
to the schools to work out oranges from the grove of Mrs.
voters in Dade County.
safety programs and organize are Wm. J. Gcronlmo Incumbent, North Krome THE WEATHER
W. J. Krome on Every' member of the RcdUnii .
boys' patrols Is cutting down the and Lake DietsTomorrow avenue Tuesday afternoon was District Ministerial

casualties, however, Miami's safe If the: last Sty on sentenced to py a tint of $25 and Oelelml ese h., aierae4.'r wthethet he'Itl bn" ""I'N Apqciatloni Pbl.or ot j
1 ty director said. which poll taxes may be paid by costs or spend 60 days In Jail by .,/Rheas as"tMs,' is without a charge Is! urged M
h "From January 1 to date Miami voters wishing to qualify for the
Judge Wayne Alien of the court I
Bar. Rain attend the meeting to held next
Date |1l\lulM1ltl| | |
. has had only one fatal accident"", Florida City election. Th* regis of crimes yesterday. Thursday, President Koestlin

be ssld. "In the same period last tration deadline is Fet 39. i Fitting was caught In the grove Feb. 7 ._ 82 81 211.8 .111 'I said.

j' year there were H." I by Mrs. Krome and with the assistance Feb. 8 .. 70 63 30.11 .13 Judge VT. H. Beckhatn Judge of
Guesswork and speed cause 81 Four Injured in Auto of Ernest Nell and Otto Feb. t _Y 64 63 ..liSI the Dade County Juvenile court J

. per cent of all auto accident In Collision in RedlandFour Bemccker, who happened to be I Feb. 16 61 .t 21.87 ,30 I will be Invited to be present at

Miami; alcohol causes th*Bother --- passing, StieritttiFrank Feb. 11 _.. 66 U 30.0 I the meeting In Homestead to lend t
49 per cent Kavanaugh Mid. persona were Injured when 1 arrival Dept Feb. 12._ 71 440 30.17 .1! advice and counsel as to correct \

When(Continued we spproacn on Page an Four Inter) can belonging, to D. -D. Searcyof IrwtH, who took. him In custody, Feb. II -- 72 II ".11 .. procedure under the law
Silver Palm and D. 11:. Canady, At Its meeting last week, the

Local Future Farmers Belmont Beach, collided Apartments Wednesday, Miami noon To Observe Tomorrow as Poppy Day e ministerial committee association to appear before appointed the

'" T. De on Radio Sunday' at the Intersection of Newton road Homestead city council next Monday j
Here and Throughout Dade County
and Coconut Pain drive. Damageto night to urge passage nf an
The HomtIte-- Future the cars was estimated at $400. (Continued on Page FOOT)

Farmers of America will tau Searcy and his 19-year-old son Preparation for Poppy Day, to! and arranged to readiness for distribution -
part m VIe Dade County School Stanley were driving north on be observed here and throughout to the Poppy Day worker FOLK: COURT .l
i radio pI'OlI'811Sunday afternoon Newton road and Canady was Dade County Saturday (tomorrow who will offer them .n the Case disposed of In police court ,.

at 6 o'clock over station WQAM. going west on Coconut Palm drive. ), neared completion yesterday street' tomorrow to be worn ss a Monday night by Mayor Charles /
A typical Future Farmer meeting The Injured are: Stanley Searcy, with the arrival of the memorial tribute to the World War dead. T. Harper wr ss follow: \

{ Will be broadcast bruises and body abrasions; Mrs. poppies at American LegIon All work In connection with the JT. C. Bryant, colored disorderly 1
Music will be furnished by th* Tessie Inter of Miami, Beach, severe i Auxiliary headquarters. The observation la being carried out conduct fined $10 or ten days In

' Future Farmer orchestra com bruises; Miss Irene Gallagarof I little red flowers, 1,000 of them, by volunteers so that every' penny 'Jail; Terrine Huff, colored, dlsoi
posed -of LInton Conner, Robert Miami Beach broken shoulder came hospitalat received In Poppy Day contributions derby conduct IS bond; J. R.
y Grubbg Clyde Bowden and Carl bones; Canady, several broken I Lake ma'w were can go into the welfare funds ,. Brown disorderly conduct, 910 or !

, Van Winkle. A quartet composed ribs. All were taken to the PostGraduate I made by disabled World War veterans of the Legion and Auxiliary. ten days; Red Plttman, drunk,

,; of Lewis Aldrlcb, J B. Cloninger, hospital for treatment.I comrades of the men in "The poppies are paper replicas I forfeited fl bond; Tom Noble, \
Aubrey Cheshire and Alvin SimMons The name of the driver of Can- whoa honor they will b* worn. of the wild European poppies colored disorderly, forfeited |S i
will sing. ady's car was not teamed. The poppies are being counted I Imi. (Continued on Pap Twelve) bond.


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LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday February 14,1!36.

S.A.L. ADDS FREE!]i: Mrs. Myers Will Lead Discussion Revival Silver Begins Palm SundayIn Church : ROTATION IN OFFICE ;,

I! At .P.'V.C.l\leeting in Lake Worth I I URGED BY GETZEN

DELIVERY AND ;,. ,.- ,, ". .. .". On. undax revival Palm NI'\.Io Metho-** will j
begin in the Stiver
PICK-UP.SERVICE''.. Mrs Flora D. Myers, ton clerk I To Hold Services 3onda7ForMr I diat tilt Rev. 1
of Ftorl4a CMy Kin ,!l aaa tithe panel .E.F.BJbrktnanMrs H. tfpSfa, wlffpTas.**! by
,discuastaj and die RW. J. I. WhMwwth of Pom-
of BuJiims Profassional wom Silver
lived to
Railroad Assumes! Full i I en' Chit m Lake Worth"Sunday, Amanda BJorkman, wife I. pano Palm.who formerly
Charge of Complete '; and other members of the Homestead of Ernest F BJorkman of Silver invited
: club will attend. Palm,died early Wednesday mornIng The public to cordially
Hauling Job In a Miami hospital after a The services wUl begin **.' u evening -
The subject for the day Is "Ef-
I lingering nine**. Service will beheld I at 7:30.
fectlve Democracy" Mrs LuetteFut
A free pick-up and delivery service Monday afternoon at :2 o'clock
for less-tban-carload freight bed of Stuart will talk on "Relations I
In Turner
Between State and I'ecknlGovernment"
shipments was Inaugurated Feb. J:. A. Froscher, Christian Science I
Miss Marjorie
0 by the Seaboard Air Line Rail- I 'Citlaen- reader, will be In charge Burial
Warner of Hialeah on
way with far-reaching and numerous and IfaturatUzatlon" Miss will be In a Miami cemetery. i
ship ;
advantages to its patron
I Mary Leddy of Miami on "Execu- Mrs. Bjorkman, who was U \
Previous to the adoption of this old to Silver Palm I
tive List Defined. Judicial Legislative year
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t plan It as necessary for shippers and Administrative"; Mn with Mr. BJorkman from Massachusetts I 'I
f and receivers of freight to take Ruby King Duff of Fort Lauderdale 14 year sgo She was I
their shipments to the railroad on "CtteenaWp and tU Privllg.V born in Outtenborg, Sweden.
freight ,station and call there for Miss EUa Joe StoUberg !
; Beside her husband she Is survived -
Incoming shipments. Now, the of Hollywood on "Citizenship and by: two sisters, Mrs. Peter
Seaboard organization assume Its Responsibilities'; Mr*. Lucy I Nelson of Wilmington Mass, and I
full charge of the complete job.
Merchant of Went Palm Beach on Mill Hulda Beaburg of Stockholm
Truck collect the tAe shipments at "Requisite for Voting"; and Mr Sweden, and three children: Miss SAMUEL W. CETZEN
door them to the
I Minnie Galoway of Pahokee on"Requisites Lillian C Bjorkman, Roy and
Rep. from Snmter County
I freight station for transfer to Seaboard I
Candidates"Harry's Silver
for Leonard Bjorkman, aU of '
freight train, and then deliver Palm. "Chante means promts. Kotatlon -
by truck to the specified] doorat In office I* one of the cardinal -
destination Welding/ Shop I Public Utilities I principle of the Democratic

An added feature of this new Does Auto Machine WorkHurry' Mr. Wright has portable weldIng party" claims "Sam" Oetien candidate -
Seaboard plan Is the allowance of outfits which are sent to the I llonienteart Phone Ma-M for
five cants hundred pounds to repair scene with killed work- I
Welding Shop I II equipped I State Treasurer
consignor or consignee*who prefer to do automotive machine repairing ,men. ;
to do their own hauling to and but 1* not In the general

from the S.aboardatton., automobile tfpaljt. ;,uilneai, Harry
) C.O.D.. shipments are also Included Wright, profit i toehold this week.
In this new plan. This "Our nor wutpment I* design
makes possible for shippers the ed for the-aArk that the general NOW! A COMPLETE RAILROAD SERVICE! DOOR-TO-DOOR HANDLING -
carrying on of'cash business transactions automobile ojl rrlot
at practically/ every point to turn outf-rfirfn bearing poolIng -
f in the country. aligned reaming, connectingrod ,
pouring and boring and cylinder -
; Miss Jewell Turner Goes boring," Mr. Wright said. "We

To Soph Hop at F.S.C.W. cater especially to the garage of
South Dad County and have no IVED15euvta
1 desire to draw away from them f
I Tallahassee,Feb.: J-Mis JeweU any of their general run of business
Turner of Homestead, student at
Florida State College for Women This automotive machine repair
.; attended the annual sophomore department is in addition to the -
s "hop" tonight at the Florida State general machine shop work, and
College gymnasium Miss Turner Harry's continues, of course, to
had as her guest Earl Clark. I make a specialty of the work by
1 The "hop" it one of a number which It got Its name

of leading social functions plan l The shop 1* equipped to do electric -
1 ned for upperclassmen throughthe or acetylene welding on cylinder -
office' )f.the dean of students. block, cylinder head aluminum
The dune this year carried out a castings and boner: For FOR LESS THAN
motif suggestive of winter and
machinery or other equipment too
the frozen north. heavy to be brought to the hop, CARLOAD FREIGHTOR

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,of five cents per hundred pounds Is made at
shipping sad/or delivery points il you praise to
make. your own drayage *n.aga*ats.

good an promptly collected by track .t ,
Fertilizer your own door-ni.hod to d.UaUoa by railroad I
a'III't/! freight service-doUvored by track at the door 1
\ Crate; Mater ;; yoa.pecily.Joit phoa -th.railroads do the 1Mb I
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,, : Bean Hampers. I
A racolpt I* gives you who goods are called
Insecticides;; for-thiy are carefully aaadlod iadr expert
guidance while I* .na"' 1-4 receipt taken upon
d.llv.iy. Railroad iMponribMi 'from door to

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AaytUag, with low OBeoptioat, mop k.* skipped a
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The Kilgore Seed Co. .an ass, liMdlod. The.u.-Ie... only '
pick ap and deliver runs good but soiled the
mouat .< your Invoke and nail promptly to
Homestead, Fla. Phone 63HARRY'S : yo.. A nominal charge Is made lot C.O. D.
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This new service brings the railroads to year :
door-ostoad.them to practically every door !.
WELDING SHOP the CIOII.lry.H..t time you ship or order
4Ia as! leis.,.-Mil your railroad freight..... Got ,
ralXt'JTON': rev I*. d.Uil. el this complete reliable and *eo.OBiool '
I service taoa skip or .nU> your ship.
Portable Electric and Acetylene Welding en Cylinder Blocks neat IY'SEABOARD
Cylinder (leads. Alvmln.m Castings and Boilers-
Automotive Machine RepaJrlai-Catering to game la main
bearing iwarlag and aligned ............ eaanerUag red pouring. AIR LINE RAILWAY
and boring and cylinder borlnc.



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OFFICE BECOMES I Can Be Filed With Local Assessor I == ment elation m their behalf. She was

called out time and time again by:

Apllcatlons for exemptions of be ten with Mr. Campbell for fil delighted audience.
HTVEOFACTIVITY I homesteads from city taxes must ing.Mrs. REDLAND LIONS ''a Captain Joyce, the guest speaker
I be filed on or before April 1, II III Flora D. Myers. town clerkof spoke on "International' Rela
Claude Campbell tax assessor of Florida City, has application tions."
Commercial Spaces Being i I Homestead, said in a reminder Issued blanks for exemptions on homesteads Impersonations and Read Mr. Neafsey announced yesterday
Reserved Rapidly, yelterd. Blanks for both I In that town. ings Also Given by that entertainer 11nl'xl
Crandell city exemption and county ex- I County Tax Aaseasor J. N. Lum- Lorena Walcott Tuesday's meeting of the flub
SaysThe emption, for which the filing dead- mus. Jr., or one of his aids will be I would Include J. Paul Broker
line Is the same April 1, can be at South Dade rlanajLiM follows and his sister Mia Elizabeth
Dade County Tropic Fair to exerttpttol5'Ppllc! Corona Walcott former memberof
obtained from Mr. Campbell and receive tons I Brocker, in an orchestra rental.
office In the McCrory Arcade he will aid applicants to fill them I and tax returns for the :year 1938. the Philadelphia Civic' Opera Mr. leader and
Brocker formerly
building If a hive of activity from out Through arrangements with Pel'l'lne-F.b. SO, 11 a. m., Bar- I Co.. who now describes herself of
22-plece orchestrain
9 In the morning until late at the county tax assessor, applications field's store.GouldsFeb.. I as "sophisticated singer", won the manager New a
York is resident
now a
right H. E.: Crandell,'manager, for county exemption may 20, 1 p. m.. Goulds hearts of Redland District Lions
of the :Redland District. He lives
xwo. and his office assistant, Mrt. Easton Growers, Inc. Tuesday night with her songs Impersonations -
on Tennessee drive north of Haln-
ore conducting an intensive Silver Palm-Feb. 20, I p. m., and charming cam
member of the local of Un drive.
Dade chapter araderie.
mail campaign throughout Better Food store.
County in an effort to aecure prop Kappa Kappa Pal, national honorary Redland-Feb. 21, 10 a. m., Brought to the Silver Palm den Judge David J. Hetfernan ot
er representation in educationaland band fraternity, which was Woman's Club.PrincetonFeb.. of the club by Captain Wm. Joyceon Dade County Civil Court of Record .
Installed by members from the will be the guest speaker. His
community exhibit as well ai 21, 11 a. ro* a program arranged by JohnP.
commercial displays. They announce University of Florida chapter.He J. B. Cash store Neafsey, program chairman for: subject will be: The Judicial ,
that they are meeting with Is a member ot the band, the Florida City Feb. 21, 1 p. m., February, she was accompanied by Branch of Government" ;
it. treat success, ai many organizations Baptist Student Union council and town hall. I her own pianist, Miss Anne Mack- 9
Lie have signified their Inten- Delta Sigma Phi, national social Homestead-Feb. 21, 2 P. m.. I In. When she left she took with WANT ADS PAY
a.n tion of presenting repretentivt I fraternity. city hall. I her pledges of fruit ,Itts. which
Community) display and the chairmen -
cT of the various department
-report that there will be vast num-
ben of Individual exhibits in competition *
for the many premiums
.and ribbons.

Manager Crandell states that
the space In the merchants manufacturers I .
and automobile divisions
-I 'Is rapidly being reserved and sue>
.'gests that anyone Interested in this
class of display call at the Fair
office at an early'date, look over
''the plats of the exhibit tents and
select spaces while there are still
desirable location

Tuesday March 3. the opening.
.day of the Fair, has been deslg-
noted Political Rally Day and I
Chairman P. B. Bird announces II I
that many of the state and county Ij
candidates have promised to be j
'here and that many thousands of II'
'Interested visitors are expected.
Many other special days are being ''I
arranged for the week and'plans ,
( are raplipgtehapiag so that the .
completes program can be announe i
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Krause Greater Shows ,
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which wil furnish the amusement ;.t"

features,have just completed their _
annual engagement at the Volume ,
County Fair In DeLand. During
that engagement they had twelve
riding4 devices and 11 separateand r
distinct shows. Manager
Krause assures the fair association -
that he wall have equally. t
good a line of attractions In Red
land and that everything will be
h of, the highest class.: The Six Flylog .
rfMeborai,, sensational aerial
t flying trapeze act wilt present
their daredevil performance twice
daily oo th!' midway. This act Is Sat1NT fl,
free and of outstanding; merit Mr.. q4
Krause reports, and will prove
ore ot,the features-of. the fate.r .

Allen West InitiatedIn

Band FraternityDeLand
r .
,Feb 13-O. Allen West,
of Homestead a senior ministerial
student at tetson University, has
\ recently been initiated. a charterTurnert

VC7B GRANT you that Buick looks |etalUXU1''car-ooabrus.tlCbbuded! CHARGES
Funeral Home VV ..... ..&0 ..n..
9 'y" expensive-smart things usually There's no mystery to it-no trick figur PAYMENT PLAN M ..'.lrMM

4-HR. AMBULANCE Attendant SERVICELady dol! We grant you a lot of people think ing. Buick simply licked the problem of Ckf' -(Ml",f k-rl, 4:'M"MDIM.

of it in terms of a $1500 automobile be- building first-class quality in low-priced u.save- >tMiM*..* i
r Phone CI4-R Homestead, Fla.. ...111 ******
cause Buick used to cost all of that-and car. Now we've got some Interesting": k> bow $765*

some .till do. figures that will change your ideas about a* l.mrr....uMia, M ....

NEG. BALL But jive us chance, and welt show automobile values sew tx.m faIoMI.-I

lotery Public you in cold figures how to own a Buick Don't resign yourself to small-car com :-..'.:;,: :::::=.....

FIRM INSURANCE: A5DSTflDREb for little if any more than one of the fort, small-car ability until you find out

i LINES lowest-priced cars would cost you. bow very little per week it costs to own

SS N, Mica A... a Bwck. II
Well show you a big car with a small car

operation cost.Well thow'ourO mines.andcomCortandsaret"wllhaCreedom.

t W. Maxwell SmithINSURANCE fit 11 A I
from repair bills that makes costspermile "

hit a new low Well show ybu bow to
Office In McCrery: Arcade

l' Edward-.-. Stiling B. BIRD MOTOR CO.

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Pa rt Four THE LEADER -ENTERPRISE Friday, February 14, 1936.< -. ... ..', .

TIE bUabd LEADER-ENTERPRISE Fridays at llom-: KAYANAVGH trained have. army only one and war navy m.,a althoughwe generation -I THE Rt b .2.RNERI! i : .1

...... FU.. by the Sooth Pad CITESWIEN "When wo have trained men on. BT
raahWhing Co. cur police force and divorce our

police department fro/n politic hussar novas copy of a favorite book and blip

BEN ARCHER ___ _._..Editor IN ROTES TALK *o that a man can make a profession es..wins. W.*....... Vumton .-. a. a.rnadar I M the purchase price of a set ot
of police work then w* can FriiUri 10-1 e. .. new rubber type. It pay to idvertlae .
Entered M second rial IIIIU rightfully expect the same high lobatda7t a--aa: *-*' ,-* ,I If :you Just keep at It-
utter March 5. MIX, .t the peat (Continued From Page One) type of service w* demand and that worn out typo cry finallyreached :d
olio at Homestead. Florida under section, let* guess somebody receive from our army and navy" Such a fine gift cam to u. this Its mark and some day before h

the Ml of Much S. 117*. coming out of the aid street with Mr. Kavinaugb addressed the week, tort of valentine from the long you will notice the librarian

*"' either his brain or him ear not Homestead Rotary Club In response library at Morristown,New Jersey 'I using the rubber stamp
it'lL rmcE. tt* A TEAK under control-Instead of guessingthat t Invitation from the
$ an of On again
donated box
Th library a
we have a clear track, ho tlub't community. service commit-
4' of libraries I Did you ever want to find a date
urged It nobody cornea out, we book and a friend
FIVE 8COCT! TRADITIONS AKE: I tee He wit accompanied by C. S. right quick without looking
EMPHASIZEDrive miss our guess, but we are still McLachlln. director of physical and librarian paid the express 'I through volumes of history and... 1

I all together education for the Miami police Mr*. Gauzena dropped to to help cyctopedlasT Well here i* your
of the high tradition of the "I am neither a reformer nor a I department ot public safety with the Monday work and we
ever ready helper, a "Dictionaryof t
Soy Scout movement have received camel, but I know that when a Visiting Rotarlana at the lunchcoa wen both M excited about that I Dates, a, Chronological Outline

emphasis. this week in connection person take a highball, ho !ha I' Wednesday included Ed Alexander box of book wo Just put aside an of History, Date are usually .**
with the anniversary eeto- taken enough alcohol to slow down KielM thought of work:, declared holiday :; t
I of Marion la, Ui loclated with name, so her they
bration which ho marked the his brain two-third of a second.A and celebrated by getting .
IU Christian
ol Calesburg all m one volume time, place
clIMe of IU 20th Jubilee year and machine going 40 mile an hour those new book Hated and carded are
Klein of' and Link
XU. i reference
Quincy, 'I I and names, an easy booK
birthof 1 goes 80 feet after the brake are Spencer and! J. a Hiwra. Jr. of and all fixed up. for the ehetveaThere which should be la constant ekes,

I applied. Th man who bat taken Miami Other guests were Mayor von aaor than eighty of W* cannot land U to you, but you
Th Boy Scout movement In the a drink require W feet In whichto C. T. Harper: aha Rev W.. c. them and. by the time wo were are Invited to como to the library
United fates ww founded on February step after the necessity tor to the door for the afternoon
ready open
Taylor and the Rev E U Noteoai and snake UN of It. Gradually. )
8, WO. by the Incorporation stopping hat occurred. these new book were
I Hamostead; George Simmonson building a good reference]
of the Bay Scow ot AmericaIn "It you delve after taking a ready for the borrower New are up
of Quincy I1L and L. C; Braia
library, and also gradually GIlL'IWOPIIt
Washington D. C.. by William drink therefore don't try to be a.. IMUuiu\ book are always conspicuous on
a.a *
to It.
are banting uo A
XX Boyco and associate. Barney: OMfleUt make aJtowaBCOm 1 our ...... Tb> earns arrival eornIrtIooable
shelve and
few more a
Them five tradition art t your speed tor* brain that will wore tar..aate thins day. and before be
L High adventure, I, slow down your reaction to emergencies .IME1a Arozsrtna wo closed:now at those books reading to this room branch would ot library conducive

It if a primary consideration in by-two-thirds> ot a ....cr." To Help at Conference bad started on their long lives of ;
I service and willing helper wad
the Scout movement that th* pro- I IB toM last I* yean ftutomobUe usefulness In South Dad County a
could have time to lend 1IIIm-
tram than bring to a boy now experiences have killed 388,396 H*
persona Dado the I fa
,'I TaUahaase Teb. 1M1 tlaArauureoa County. y way aow In finding certain books would
and vet him eH e* adventures
Karanaugh (aid. and ",000 of
ol Homestead K assist ,see hundred year old TIle Dade como In handy. Meantime w* just
in new them have beet ,
killed In, the lust
1 Brotherhood. three "' entertain-lbw, County commissioners could get along the best way wo cio.
l year too IB th of
l something way a If those county eommlaaloatrj:
Tile fourth Scout tow which every -
When to realize that In
w* stop
isa ,._ of the Federation ol Col- 'celebration If they wonted to help could only be persuaded to coma
"A scout
Scout learns ,
says the
all since 1778 this
wan country
I 1"ge Catholic Club February 21- with one ofbe. feature! ot adult in and visit u* some Saturday
brother to
friend to all and a
ha lost only 244,37 men, the *tg>
at Florida Stato for education It would giveDade
other scout" 4gerlug College night, they would be proud to lend
very of traffic
Service.. [ proportion our Women.. Approximately 80 student County some realty; good publicity a helping hand and take an active
i casualties are driven home to us, Catholic leaders young men Soma man looking for a place to la this work.
Scouting since Ita early begin- ,said the safety '
Wings baa represented a tradition 1 "Why da wo :;r-i. tremendous -I and young women from Florida make a borne tor his family might
read about little
and South Ubnrywhich
Georgia Carolina ar* a Variety;
at service through the good turn
loss of life highways
s on our
for other performed by Individualscouts Because 'I expected to attend the three-day welcomed strangers asked no "Yes, I like to give my husband
you and I dont realize'
.session hem membership fee and able totI1'I'J'
variety In his meals, especially tt
through services to comrounitios a person I II dead when bo i* killed
by troop and patrol and I Miss Acouren I* a member of on a good work with! the dinner time." ,
by an avtomobilo. Death:: by a i
I school bemuse the town and
the Newman Club, Catholic organisation Really. how do you mama
bar the wool weight el the national knife or bullet wound I* Impressed I
I county could; eo-operate and help .
I at Florida State College It?
organization applied to nation
en u* by the horror wo feel for
at seed and b\times ot stress andrtecrgencyv I contemplated Murder, But these 1 which i*, handling detail foe thei a good thing aton*. "Well. 1, give him boiled bam

hundred of thousands killed by i meeting her*. Approximately Saturday was a lucky:; day with but I buy It from a. different hop
''ot th state student Wo had enough cub da ." EX: ; World
4 Good: app"RDC'e.Scoutlal automobile are BOO the less dead college are us. money every ) Paao
hat helped\ the value of because thai death were not premeditated ot the Catholic faxUv given to v* to replace m worn out NSW." .'; > jg

) pod appearance through the scout ," i

uniform and the contribution I I Twelve thousand murder and fLO RU A Wi 4 s 1 5"4 1 1i'L7IUYtZS
which It make toward the standard 90,BOO stick-up were committed
ot good appearance and good| I m the United State last year aad

carriage a* Mceoaary attribute ot the country: erlma- bin was 14

tko scout I biZflon dollars Mn Kavanaugh

1 Scout trained eltbeq. {I said In pointing out. the need for A4SJ
The Seoul movement ban pledged adequately trained pollee anti

Itself and accepted as a trlJd -;:crime prevention bureaus The
YfAR 0,40r.
ties the duty of enrollment and police apprehend only 45 per coat I / d:

training of scouts until at the find I ol thooo responsible: tor crime, ho y

of a decade at land on boy to every ;. declared and M per cent el the wA

tout shall have had tout year criminal apprehended Jan yew
ol training M a Scout and the ..-' had been recruited from JuvonU

tie* will have received a come, delinquents ( t

measurable benefit through thaI|i "A study mad ot tile to Angela -
Iwukatioa ol the trout ttesls police dbepsrtmeat showed I

them, youths. !that 1ST different type of know
___ I
edit* are required ot a potieau as I

TIDBITS I''to order tor hint to do:iw.-:: toteUgciitlyr 14-I

By Hoiltale 8M I That la why wo\ ,advocate a state|

preparatory. accol Hit police bIwhich 1

A brilliant Instance at real toutsy young men who.have grad-|,
M a result ol rspld-flr think. aced from high school nay go ter''

Inc was rseouated at the Woman a foitoyear cause tied tiles CM
daub recently. mine Georgian back to their respective hometown .

a Such of Miami, when, hi Morocco |I.. to become member ot thai I
oa. tile north coast ot Africa I1 polico force

was peseewtat by a Barbee woman. Th training school would Wto
with a hug basket of dried grasshopper (' the polio what Welt Point and I

which thoM people eon- [I Annapolis are to the army and I
cider a great deMcacy/; Crasshop- navy W* Insist on a thoroughly I II ,

pen six inches lung Mill Such I

wee pealed a. to. the use W b*
made ot such a gift, but war In- I I PASTORSSTARTMOVE

Steady enlightened by tti* dqnor, I, I

who bit ell tine head of one of I
\ the honors and soon masticated :
I It.. his entirety, so the lady would :, I

know that the basketful war not wA AA, AY+'T

for exhibition merely Controlling VA" FoRr MYFRS r
her fwHng and assuming a do- I
lighted expression she explained (Continued From Pace One) &OBK 63 PAPAYAS /"OKA 70VUf -

through the aid of an Interpreter ordinance prohibiting the Sale of f ff&GW Of66 foewsos ,

that while ah* appreciated alcoholic beverage to minors and ,

the' lift she would be unable to prohibit)** operator *f ,lac*. ,, ,
eat any of the hoppers for the dispensing such beverage, from -f"J r I

reason that any unmarried wom- employing minors. pv..rs.Srs''
an in her eouatry. America, could I Judge Beckham feat been ap- PAT

not eat them and that alas, she ptJoUulb.* state law In theM two ,

was not Married I Impeeta I strictly (a dealing wwI YYVK 1.

The Berber womanat one.I I violations brought to bin attention A4 *

showed by her gesture what a and he has tatted attention eve- ,' ,
flood of sympathy; aha felt for the ;I[ phatlcally to the fact that the

ustfoctunate foreigner...**! mar- i definition ot salnora UDder rtorMo -

rigid and not able to use each delectablo '! leer I* alt persona wider It Two FlotWe' toil *4 -.. a**>,admlraby .riot; Florida fishing history sons aeeompUladteveral

nod. : years, It wa pointed out. And alcoholic spited to the growth of numerous tropical bulla years ago lIeU New Smyrna; when a iharki ;

I wonder It you or I would have I beverage mean beer and has loaf been known, Mvortbalat a papaya tie weighing over 800 pound was caught *y Fat j.

boon IbM to thus Instantly dramatis -I win a* writ a* whisky and other 'boarmc M fruits for total weight of 1.. Ibe.io LI13. tMa only U Jean ow. TotUMMMacat
the situation. skillfully and strange rUquor, the judge an- '
i WnecI to bo of record of
something lilt bout
*> evem. OB Capt Addison OosVo, y clit. :
tau mten(4r( the friendliness of nounced. He has ordered numerous
i e ,UJ state of agrtraltoral advaotage Tk above "Bank" Ik flah ,
hog love but to M MM* '
everybody present This gifted i arrests In recent week, one of fl.
traveler paid an exalted : I which was that ot a woman who Iroo warn vows by 3 J. Lbadaey ai CverzUde. aharka who breast to the torn. ot tko bean Two l lof t';

ment to the Christian ID comPU.t employe' *t*r mlrWr- ?n-brr X42041. pear.Pne. Mytsu ..ee 1M.r. araeals wept bop eIt g V hl. 1i

.t work to thft benighted 1 stage eitabUshment Most renatkaM catches fat *{ .. :'"'- 4 (

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February 14, 1936. -

K. Redland to TangleWithLauderdale. CITY LEACII-STANDINGSTeam II.ILS. Gives Dania: '"

41 L pet:
: Walton -,._ .,. 1"1 .8 Her Second Defeat Burton's
Horn* t .80000 '
'J On Home Court Brooker ___ I 2 ..600Frankinl Of Present Season

__..._._.. 0 5 .000 I
Games With Miami Hi 39 Fouls Feature Rough
Miami team led 20-21 at the bal
Game Played Here SALE
and to End
Pompano .1 and steadily pulled way.:
Season Next Week Lack of effective guarding slipshod Friday Night I

passing, the shooting of flyaway -
Redland High School'i basketball -I shots and lack of teamwork Homestead High School' basketball HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
team will play the Flying L'l contributed to the local team'sdownfall team handed Dania Its see-
Clt Fort Lauderdale High School I in Its contest with the ond defeat of the season Friday

t' tonight in the Redland gym .t l smooth working, accurate passing night in one of the rouhghest game Sat. Feb. IS This la your opporWe are
Dally New team. witnessed on the local court.
1.30. Redland's two remaining 'tunitl to Still
games on the 1935-St schedule are Harney, New guard led the The score wa 31-22. Homestead IS the 6uIIlll" E enln
with Miami High School In Miami scoring with 19 point Bradley: of was guilty of 20 foul and Deals Cr ads Merchandise 0' g

3:30 p. m. Tuesday afternoon and Homestead scored 14 It. I LAST DAY a aafrirlffprice. 8 o'dockMEN'S
with Pompano High School at I Homestead' winning margin
Redland a week from tonight was on foul shots, for she sank
Redland Hi BeatsMiami
Redland'f record for the season I 15 out of 23. Each team made "
Is five win against five losses. Edison With eight field goal I SUITS ;
Kedland has made a total of 248 Dania' previous defeat was at
points to 26* for-the opposition. Last-Minute Play the hand of Miami Edison by a Over 200 suits to choose from. Sizes :32 y
score ot 2113.Dellinger to 46. In Backs Plain Backs
Game have been lost to Homestead scored for Fancy ,
Miami Edison, Ida M. Fish- Fancy and Plain Patterns.
Brilliant Come-back Made Homestead With 11 point Franklin -
Redland hat
er (2), Miami High.
won from Homestead Miami High, With Score 21-9 for sank scored six out seven.of six attempted Mattson who foul $11.95 $14.95 Jg.49
Pompano, Fort Lauderdale and
Visiting Team shots, made eight to lead the .
Miami Edl on. Homestead and Homestead (coring.Ntpe 15% Deposit will hold any bargain suit till yen can arrange. ,
Redland played one tie game. and Lee of Danta made sixpoint to lake same. ,
Roy Campbell Is the leading Redland High School staging ibrilliant
for lUdland with second-half rally with the each.
point gatherer
19. Ralph Mullin and Luben score 21-9 against It, came back In Rohrer of Homestead and Ad- LADIES' HOUSE DRESSES J
kins of Dania
played the best defensive
Greenwood are next with 73 and the last minute ot play to win from
60 point, respectively. Miami Edison's basketball team ball for their teams. I 1.1 49c and 95c

Member of the squad are: Roy: : Friday night In the Redland gym.

Campbell Ralph Mullin, Luben I 40-39. The outcome was decided To Play Last GamesOf Fast Colors, Good Workmanship, Latest
field goal by Leonard Cash
Greenwood, Roy: Nelson, Harry by a
Hemming, Howard Lee, Tommy fcedy Redland forward. City ScheduleIn Patterns and Styles. Sizes 12 to 50.LADIES' .

Campbell, Richard Edward, Kenneth I Warren led the Edison coring
Chamber, Leonard Cash, with coven field goal and a like Next Two Weeks
:Wm. Chamber and E. J. Graham. number of foul shots. Greenwood SILK: DRESSESLargest

I hit Redland the stoop center with, finally consistency began and to Bradley Leading in High assortment of the season to choose front

Home Team Upsets marked up seven field goals and Point Contest for
$3.95 $4.95 $5.95
Nurseries four foul shot Mullin made Leader TrophyFour ? .
Walton three field goal and six foul shots

,tit Redlund. game which remain to be
of 47-27
With Score Roy Campbell of Redland played played In the City League basket SHOES for the Whole Family
ball until be schedule
good defensive WM ball will be played on

Franklin Leads Brooker ejected on fouls. Tanner, Edisoncrater Monday and Wednesday night of Children's Shoes ...................................49c to 3.25

With 3 Men, but 2 Man played best defensively for the next two week a* follow: Ladl" Shoes ............................................49c to 3.95
his team. Monday, Feb. IT: P. J. Frank.In -
Team Take Count vs. Walton Nurseries and Men's Dress Shoes ...................?..........1.79 to 5.00

.1'. .. Homestead III to Finish Brooker Lumber Co. vs. W. Q. Men's Work Shoes ...............................1.39 to 4.50
W nmmtrn-upset Walton Horne Co.WedDMclay..
Miner 4T.27. la the first game Schedule Next TuesdayTwo Feb. It: Franklin Come in and fit yourself.

of the city basketball league doubleheader I. (Continued' on Page Seven)
Wednesday: night and more scheduled game remain
Brooker Lumber Co won fromP. to be played by: the Homestead Edison gymnasium. Team from SHIRTS AND SHORTS19c
J. Franklin Inc., 39-26, in the High School basketeer Tonight I
round Lake Okeechobee and from
, nightcap. I Homestead will tackle the as far north a* Jupiter will com Garment 6 for$1 29c Garment- 4 for $1 4
Horne trailed Walton Sat the Miami Edison'quintet on the Miami
end of the. first quarter and wa court,, and Tuesday Home pete.
The Miami High School player,
behind, :21-13 at the halftimeThe stead will travel to Delray Beachto MEN'S DRESS SHIRTSCome
933 state champions, are pickedto
score was tied 23-23 at the play its high school team. I
win again this but teams
end of the third quarter but Wal- Homestead has a. record of four that have been developing year rapidly, in and let us show you these real
ton could make but two field goal win, eight defeat and one tie
Redland. 'Ida M. Fisher Homestead values in shirts.
in the remaining time while for the season. It lost on* game by
and West Palm Beach High,
Horn,led by Bradley and Erpen- two by two
: a single point game Ire bound to give the chamPllOm. 49c 79c 95c $1-25
bach rolled up :24 point in the last points, and three game by four trouble if they meet -
ten minute of play. Bradley point
counted It point and Erpenbach The local team hold victories.
link nine field goals for total over Redland, Lake Worth, Ida'
of 18 point U. Fisher C and Dania. Came havebeen i f!
Field Walton forward left the lost to Redland Delray' DR.B.E.GATUNDentist

game (n the last quarter with I.// Beach, Fisher, Miami High (2).'I : WINTER RATES
right arm dislocated at the elbow. Edison, Dante and Lake Worth. I
He wilt be able to play next week. Homestead has scored a total of I
Franklin ended it* game with I 238 point to 295 for their I
two men left on the floor while mU.Th oppon-I Office in Hansman Bid;. !
Brooker wa amassing point at Sixth District

will and amusing the scant crowd tournament will be .vatJou, health training oc permanent residence/ vou will find
of onlooker Lewis Aldrich, 8 and 7, probably in the MiamiAikesidfour' Phone 85 the Physical Culture Hotel mac ghee utultctorv delightful end
Franklin guard, suffered a broken dunning stmwpher of fueodunas sad good ftUowihip.Thouufldt I .

nose In'a mix-up with Reed, I HOMESTEAD FLORIDA I of health seders bar found the suite key at this Inirftutioa -
Brooker center, which will probably where salunl method, ss developed by Befiurr Mtcftdden.
keep him out of play for the hair are exclusively ....... No drug, mediant or operations. Results
Jilt el the season.Franklin I< led -Brooker until late want, .... and electric b&tbIa' tad manipulative __
In the fourth quarter when three DR. M. A. BERGER All node tb* supeniuoa of trained health expert
? .
Franklin player were in the r-.. __ ....,. -. ;::
lame. After the third player was 'JJINEXPENSIVE.r5ma -
Dentist \0
) ejected on foul, however. the two :...ris.N

man Franklin team couldn't keep .. .-.. ::! r;:
control of the balL The grocery 36 N. Krome Avenue _." ::_ y- ... !: .. .
I ... .. :
: :
men led 24-22 at the end of the t. .!V
third quarter. Upstairs A was Mah"s ..... Iwo i:
OvId Sullivan with 18 point I Office Hours 8:30-4:30 .tJfD ._ ;
and Reed with 13 led the Brooker a"iiil"car; Curds, CurlttTU i
Franklin with 14. T*". pow bass wake .... :I I
aKkol pour heir,and pow hw I I Bl APPOINTMENTDR.R.S.AKERS letter torn post will bring complete Informttioa and Book of I
mobs doused) ol a wave tat'tfnnttite Vm>.-. abII....... Find out what we have. Offer sad the Nun ,
City Leaguers Beaten only with ow ....... aBmtions la coaa ctKii with health COWM, vacalw ot longer.91111.

By Miami Daily NewsThe Waes Mnhodt u I Our* *hwo Eagles wick Par-sestet gooses I Winter MM are eMneidf to.-eo extras-.lmast a Inexperai

...*... ....... You an Mr a u sUfing at kane end a good time ***'y mummy Con eetal MTsmnrfinsi -
all-itar city; league basketball fit nliiM. sMural l ewnuinnwoli,' mil "die .,., Moailed food
team representing Homestead aad) ,ke ttntriot l..= mm soooM, tad ......'Y hottl

failed to click against the MiamiDaily trots ol Mw and, DENTIST Mite row Mass for M early visit to

New Saturday night In the
YMCA: and Homestead lost, 41- OftesHnrrw I.. m. to I p. ss. PHYSICAL CULTURE HOTEL INC.
J s&'s
JO. Barber Shop Monday 9 so IS ,

Th Newsier Jumped Into an t-. closed: Saturdare Dsuuville, New York
lead which Homestead steadily

whittled down until the score was & Ieay Parler Frt Parking Space ".... AU f.r.. mmt .rmfe ......,. BtJth Boo"
20-JO lust before the half ended. 144 ft, W. ..TH ST., MIAMI
A Homestead made a fn*throw to HISS UUJK: BKOtm. 0* ntarJtt Writ Tod7Friday
' lead 11-10 but from then PHONE .Iau

was all JUlaml Daily: Newt Thel|I N. ROME: ATCNVB .. .. '
s"6416. ehtTy'A l" sex titbit CK.:rI.sea. ... 1/11/ 4 SOL. .. I... '. w' .h.u'' '..

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Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, February 14, 1936.

The bookkeeping ,student are, the desert-the people and their ---

I now'starting their practice .... and lives. They will nave a valentinebox

. News most of them have completed the Friday. GROVE

Homestead.l.hhool first two Instruction envelope ,
Both the shorthand and typing Mia W room has Hnfahtd the THEATRE

classes have started k secretarial chapter on fresh air and has mad. COCONUT QUOTE

.........--...........---.............-..-- _.,--,- course. posters. Shows 7 aad I Admission 25*

FOURTH MONTH BONO ROLL The science laboratory has new Matinee Sat aad Sea, tlf
I equipment to start the second semester. The Future Farmers will appearon MiA Dorsey's pupil have made 11o'"m.
Twelfth grade Mr*. Scott' The biology class U studyIng WQAM Sunday at 6 p. m. on valentine men and are making
01 home'room-Mgn honor roll: Clarnct why organisms change. The" the Dade County school program. booklet tor.Febr uary. Trw clan BCNDATMOMDATTUESDAYWEDNESDAY\

Froscher. Other Hackler, general science class I* studyingthe Let's all listen In because they visited Mr. Marcus Walker's home
Mary Moon. Ruth Tower; low hon- refining of ore and the chanof ,- have prepared a wonderful pro- last week and saw an incubator at
work while Mr. Walker explained
or roll: Fern Robertson lead oxide to lead. The chemIstry gram.

Eleventh grade, Mr*. Becker class ll studying sulphur and I Its use.

4' room-high honor roll: Florence its compound The useful science Mr. Lucas students welcome Miss Williams class has startedan
Pancoast Bobbie Summerlln; low class Is taking up the study of atmospheric : Anna Carlene Well to their clash animated vegetable parade. It
honor roll: Buddy Fitzpatrick, pressure and I* makingan She last attended Robert E. Lee
has also made posters of the daysof
Geraldine RelU. Marie Felcht. experiment to show that air school in Miami.
the week.
Tenth grade, Mrs rield'i room has weight -
-high honor roll: Mary Adam, The junior and senior classes Miss Jackson's room visited

Effle Booth, Cecelia Harper, Hen- New captains elected for this are now studying trigonometry Tropical Monkey Jungle recently.;
rietta Hartman; low honor roll: month's work in physical educa- instead of solid geometry. The 4

Nina Pearl Bush, Norma Gossman, tion are: for the third period, Jane seventh grade girl are learninghow
High School to Present
Dorothy Home, Evelyn Felcht Gatlin and Eunice Walker; for the to read electric meters. This
Henrietta Hartmanand class I* planning a party. Another Drama Soon
Tenth grade, Mr. Moomaw'sroomhl fourth period ,
,h honor roll: Jane Drsptr. Mary Hanson; for the fifth 'I
period, Wllella Bullard an .Dottle I Miss Hayden' eighth grade I* Homestead High School cleared
Home; and for the sixth period, I' studying Shakespeare's "Midsummer O.l' on "Huckleberry Finn',
Ninth Mr. Blackburn'sroomhigh Fred Astaire
grade, Helen Wett and Mabel Williams. I Night' Dream". The seventh the play presented Jan. 31 by> pupiL -
honor roll: Madge grade Is studying about King of the public speaking classes Ginger Rogers

Thompson Lucille Wet; low hon- The Pep Club is going to attend Arthur and his round table. The under the direction of their teacher in

or roll: Annabel Redd, Elizabeth the basketball game next Friday boy are making word andahl.1dL and coact\. 3. E. Blackburn, -TOPIIAT
Mcllwaln, Harvey Rue. night at Miami Edison. I They are studying and Clarence Froscher, business manager
Ninth grade Mn. Johnson's talking of their alma and ideal report FRIDAYSATURDAYTHIS
loom-high honor roll: Edna and whereby they might gain their So been
The sanitation classes are studying much praise has given WEEK:
rum.Booth; low honor roll: Banks By- character building and are :knighthood. the performance, he says, and so I GEORGE O'BRIEN"Whispering

"How to Make I many request for another play
writing essays on in
Eighth grade, Mr. Lucas' room Place to Live The Latin clan; 1* translating have been received that Mr. 1
I the Home aBetter;
-high honor roll: Judson Plche, Smith
In." stories from "Historical Roman Blackburn Is now planning to pre-
Trances Webb Harry Pierce. / Stories". Each pupil I* responsiblefor sent another play in the near fu- Speaks"
Eighth grade, Miss Hayden'i economics""i"" classes have two supplementary stories a ture.
room-high honor roll: Mary r. The week. MATINEE SATURDAYFREE
Arthur, Mildred Field; low honor started their clothing work. At CAND1'-PIUZES

roll Herbert Booth, Darwin Gam the present time they decorations an discussing suitable Mill Hayden'i room welcome. I WANT ADS PAY STAGE SIIOWka'
ber, Edwina Cloae. Nina Dyal material and I .
and they Hazel Wiley of West Virginia to
for various garment
Margaret Field Lillian GUI Rachel of Its midst
Coalman, Laura Mae Fecht in reciting about other phase

Seventh grade, KIM Hender- clothing work. Geneva Vann la back in school

ahot't room-high honor rot Doris classes after being out two week with
Warr, Norma DrtsooU Edwin The public speaking .
the twelfth the mumps. Mrs. Wynn's room
the ninth to
Booth, Jack McMlchael, Roy Pul- from the different made original valentine from red }

len; low honor roll: Jay Newton, grades of are conversation.studying The seventh hearta cupids, tart, and paper
Fred ruche, Eldred Cilmer, Vlrglria + kinds dollies
KInner. and eighth are
and making stories.In .
I. Sixth grade, Mr*. Webb' room stories Blackburn's English class Wave Horton and Tbelma Rad-
-Edna Forte, Mary Louise Pierce, Mr. the of ford are out with the mumps,
they an taking up study-
Dolly .
while Dorothy Moon is back In
grade, Mr*. Wynn'f room ballads. school: Harry Brothen ha moved

Lewit Eaker. Either .Rucker, 'Classes have atsmtedtheir to Riverside where he will
the history
Doris Thompson. attend school Mr* Webb's bulletin
work tor the second semester. DISH DUNKER!
'I Fifth trade Mn. Bird' room- The American history class baa board I* decorated with val-
: Fred Hobart, Virginia Hobson, of the entines. In fact, all the room In
now turned into the study
Hilda Dodson. Athley Kemp, Miry of the United the grammar school are decoratedwith
Francis Rutland. valentines.Mr. .
Fourth grade, Mn. Flfleld's States.

room-Vara Rheney, Clarice Dod- The Juniors are having a half Koeatline has started the Three times a day 1093 times a year the dishes are

aon. holiday today. Each Thursday character building claaae this semester washed scalded and dried. Is there
Fourth grade, Mn. Ray'i room- in the grammar school scraped any other
Eugene Lott, Aida Connor. they have a special program during job you do thy is as monotonous and unpleasant
their home room period. Next ,
Third grade Mill Dorae,'. room The fifth grade welcomes Phly-
Ardel Parman, Mary Catherine Thursday Bobble Summerlin and son Goff of Redland, Sara Lou Don't be a dish dunkcr the dishes dry themselves.1
Rudolph Young will have chargeof
Suber. the program which will prob- ; Well of Miami and Edward Top- day after day. Let an decLice the electric range,waJPtVl' '
Third ,raele. Mill Ray'i room ptno of Florida City.
Doris Ada Dodaon. ably be on Washington and LIn- tnC dishwasher wash your ttt heater and ttfrip-,

f Third grade, Mm William'sroomRay coln. I I Mia Fifield' class 1* studying dishes better and quicker. torthe dearie dishwasher

Andrew, Harry Bishop Simply place dishes ailmakes kitchen'vet '
one more
Betty Roxie Bentley.
Second grade, Miss Wllllama' sWlealJ' '/ tarwtoe5111 I I :and glan&re in the task simple and easy. Ask'

room-Jack Kemp, Jerome Scherr, washer, close the door us Of your dealer whys i

Jacqueline Geiger, Frances Totter, and "itch. The
Edna Revel Sip a electric dishwashing i.

Second grade, Mn. Edwarda' racks arc designed to that healthier IS well IS ea3id.l ;'

I room-Betty Mae Gatlin, Dorothy ta
Klnt.t L FloyferStLi lujkl 60 KE.Fret Jt.
1 First grade, Mrs. EdwsroV room .
-J ne Moon.

I First grade, Mln Jackaon'i room Shirtcraft "Traveler"SHIRTS -9

-Ruth Bvrum, Winifred DanH)'.
1 Donald Motley, Barbara Gene

I Wakefield.

r The sophomore: -Class it studying I

"Sllaa Marner" In English.' Each ,
day the pupils write a short paragraph In Fancies of

on what they have read. Every Color
When they have completed the
and Dozens of
I book they will have the story writ-
ten in their own words In booklet Patterns


The Junior class I II studying 1.55
friendship letters both the formal

and the Informal. Some of the 3for4.50 .
pupila have written letters to a "*,fsa e + e00 Yo
Junior King and theee will beabet

to him at the bospJUl With the\ ,,
I .
The senior English class la be. 1; '"
4 rtning to itudy early seventeenth
century English literature Mr*. I Collar 1 1Um

Field has given the puplla It
mimeographed sheets to aid them j ", Alr
in the course.. / owar sMl
see ae 1ttII, i
s.1a0M. -.. l
For the Best InOPTOMETRY 'a" ends a.
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11 DR-XEITENSCHWANHEK 'I .. a"a rasa awwaer.erM 4
DR. a GONZALEZ hales

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Friday, February U. 1936. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Page
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: To Last Lake Worth Mod Iverta: ,played
well defensively. ,

; In and Ground I I'j" City ScheduleIn OaaJa. (")0 fit' n. pf I ,''Just What'f-'f :

I'fit.i' t. t.j" !.:'. .._ ._ !.... ,."4.... 1 1The
Next Two Weeks tea. I __.... ?. a.o? .
Campbell, f 0 tOonton I the
Homesteads c .._, .. 00 a j:
(Continued From
Page Five)
vt Home and Walton w. Brooker. Schmidt I.. .___... .' I I 4 Ordered'- .: '
Reener, g _.on .. 0 3 I ,
/ (
'I, i Monday, Feb. 24: Franklin vs.
,...JI.'MJ. Adkina, e SO ,
Brooker II
and Walton Home. MY FAMILY.
vs. FOR says
"'T ..._ __ .
Adler 0 0 0
Joa. M. Scarborough Mr. and Mn Cullum Bassett I Wednesday, Feb J8: Walton vi ; T L.wa.tawae,ttraetued.M 1.

..' Spent Thursday contacting Justices expect to leave Monday for their i Morn and Franklin vt Brooker.. Totals .... S 6 18 :I ,
J.I' '" of the peace and constable home in Connecticut. They have Bill Bradley, sharpahootlng n.
-w In Hollywood Danla, Fort Laud. been guests of Mr. and Mra.' David Home manager, U high scorer In Homestead (U) fg pt pf:
.4 erdale, Pompano and Deerfield In Snow during their stay here. the league with I4S polnta. He Smith, f __.... .____.. I 1 4
y: the interest of the Association of hal made It points in each of hit Malcolm, f ....___.__._ 0 0 0 t.
,.. Justices and Constables of the Mr. and Mn. F. N. Hoelzer of bat three games Idw Brooker, Franklin, f 2 3 4 1
State of Florida which\ to hold St. Louis, Mo., who have been here Brooker Lumber Co. captain ii Dellinger, t __ 43 a :
i' ita quarterly convention In Brad- several weeks plan to leave for the aecond with 109 points. Anael Little, e ..... 0 1 4 tiI
J enton In April. Mr. Scarborough North Monday. Barrow, Walton mainstay and Hackler, a _-_. 0 0 1Mattson
: was elected assistant vice-presi captain la third with 104, and g --- 1 I I I

dent at the organization meetingof Sonny Boy Silvestrl was hit bya Bud Reed, Brooker'a dead ahot Rohrer, g __.___ 0 1 a i
center, U fourth with 99
the association In prlando in truck driven by Innocenzo Lanzlrotto -
t December. ( Monday while he was Other players who hav scored Total __.__. S 15 21 ,
over 50 points\ are aa follows
crossing Avenue B. The child : ,. ........
Mr and Mm. Louis Wolfe, their was examined by a physician but McCormick of Franklin, 18; ------ >> popular phrase "Juat what 10 '
daughter, Francis, and MrLWolte' no Injuries were found. Field of Walton, S9; Wynn of Walton REDLAND F. 'F. F, I II the doctor ordered" fits my big, t'. 'I
,' father, M. Gardner, leftRedland 75; Ovid Sullivan of Brook- By Donald Lair new Dodge to "T" to tar a* 1
Monday morning for their Mr. and Mrs.' Harry Hunter and er, 71. Elmer Sullivan of Brooke ... I, my family la concerned. ? ,
home in Flint. Mich., after. two- Percy Hunter of Miami and Mr. 83; French of Walton, 80; py + vI
month ala). in one of the W. F 'and Mn. Chester Hunter and son, Charles Sullivan of Franklin, 54 Reports and plans of the fair J :
Thayer; cottages.Mrs. Bunny, of South Miami were Sunday A gold plated Gillette Safety committee were among the things I
guests of relatives here. razor given by the Leader-Enter- discussed at Monday night's meeting
Arthur Irwin, daughter of prise will be awarded to the highpoint of Redland Chapter Future I
Mr. and Mrt. Wm. McCullough I Ellen Schallern was in several scorer at the end of the Farmers of America Other mat- s
who baa been seriously ill in a days this week but U reported to achedule. ten taken up were, the issuingof
Miami hospital for several weeks be out again. membership,cards, the hearing I
was removed last week to the I UMS. Makes Late Rally of reports of the various committees
home of ewalster, Mr*. Douglas I Mr. and Mrs.' Hubbard of Miami and the making of plans for
Klllingworth on Coconut Palm and a party of friends visited in But Fails by One Point a work proJJect. A report was
drive Florida City Wednesday.Mr given by one of the embers who I
After playing poor basketballfor went on the potato tour this week. .
C J:. Schaff left Saturday for and Mn. Will Rhodes of the tint three quarters Homestead Some of the chapter memben My wifo demanded safety, ana idon't :
could find
Saint Louis after spending week Little River arrived Saturday to High School came back with are building playground equlment know where a. .
with his son and daughter-in-law, stay a while with Mr. Rhodes' a bang in the last canto of its game for the grammar school from material car with more safety provisions.My the
Mr. and Mn. H. E. Schaff. mother, Mn !. J. Rhodes with Lake Worth in Lake Worth furnished by the P.-T. A. sou was impressed of the new I
Tuesday night but lost by a one This project la one of the obJec- quick responsiveness and Insisted .
r Visiting\ Mn.: Ole Pennlngton The honor roll for the Florida point margin, 23-22. tives set up in our annual program that Dodge we| have my a good daughter looking ear.I .
are her four sisters Mn. J. F. City School this month containsthe i Homestead scored half of its of work. .
Hall and Mn. H. J. Carter of Val- following names third grade, I points in the last quarter while Chapter members and friends
A docta, C... and Mn B. Leviton Marjorie Langhamj fourth grade, holding Lake Worth scoreless. both boys and girls, are enjoying
and Mra J.. L Carter of Fargo Lanier Whitehead Glenn Schreader Homestead won from the upstaten horse shoe pitching and diamond
Ga. > : fifth grade, Catherine Rohrer. I 30-17 on the local court a month, ball at noon with chapter equipment

Mr. and Mra. Brown of Decatur, ago I These games give some
Bob Veering who has been HI, were Florida City visitors on Dellinger was the outstandingpoint wholesome recreation we might
working in Danla with the South- 'Tuesday. I gatherer for Homestead getting -; not get otherwise
era Bell Telephone Co.,. la now four field goals and four foul,
,' PntRlo| }.d! tt{).t SVicWf! Service Mf. and >fr :, Ray JBalivrfa of shots,tpr a total of 12 points. r

Stems orSoutH: Knuna avenue. aty Detroit. spentTuesday. Jo Florida .er Brodbeck was a bulwark made seven on Robr'I.'I. ., i. 1 1WE

Mr. and' Mra.' Otto Berneclceraanounce Small
the birth of an. eight- haw to foot the bills, and while i iI
pound daughter, Agnes Lavaree, all these things sold me on Dodge, ;
at their home on Feb. 7. Mra.' know that Dodge: owners have ,
Bernecker before her marriage was reported getting; IS to 24 miles
Mill ,Carroll Henderson. She Is to the gallon of gas. and saving
a daughter of Mra C N. Henderson STUDY YOUR up to 20*on oil. I have averagedover
of Princeton.Mr. t9 miles to the gallon.

and Mra.' Jack Dolar announce -
the birth of a even and FERTILIZER NEEDS DODGENEW
one-half pound daughter at the
Hunt hospital on Feb. 7. LOW FIRST COST

James Raulenon of Bartow -
speat lost week In Homestead $640 4
with his sisters and brothers-in- For eleven years we have been studyingthe fertilugxM DoInII '

law, Mr. and Mn. R. B. Rives and .
Mol n
Mr. and Mn. Wllburn Reed. requirements of South Dade County soils with the s U tj y* CA..ad..drwW'thp.a.d.wlIOC.awMe..1aCyMaa rtt".,'"*
Mil Plan,pale.4-w..cthpal lOtl
that we hate constantly improved formulas wherever -DODOI-
Mr. and Mn. Herbert Edgecomband our !
I O,.,_ .'Cttryntmf Cnrflnn,.
Mra. Kdgecomb'a sister, Miss
j Agnes Ryan, all of Miami, pent possible. When advisable, we have introduced new fertilize.

and Tuesday Mrs. with Wllburn Mn.\ Reed.Agnes Reed er.elements. We promoted the use of Manganese Sulphate

Miss Fanny Johnson of Nocatee and now we have diversified crops instead of

Fla, la visiting her sister, Mill ONLY
Lillian Johnson;: I precariously depending on one crop alone. MONKEY

When you buy Redland Brand Fertilizers you are
Mra. W..W. Bevery, Correupmilnil

.. "......... ........ getting a product which is the result of careful study bya HalallD Drive west
ef NaranJa Road

went Little a Ina throat May operation Walkup at under-the : local concern whose past, present and future is tied up ADMISSION! Ile

Kendall hospital Monday, and U '' .
reported to be recovering satis with your community-whose success depends on Jhe sue-, 0

factorily. cess of its: customers right in this "neck of the woods". .J" ,

Mill Viva Neill of Gaatonta, N. Let Us
c.. arrived Friday for a visit with
her brother-in-law 'and sister,
Mr and Mra.' Russell Hoover. RejuvenateYour

JOBX"AMERICAN O, CALLER PO8TNOJSJ LEGION Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co-:: Car

Wood Work
M.rte tat and third Wednesday
.V M. Awrleaa Lesion BW MANUFACTURERS .' *%; Body, Fender Repairs
M4 peso effleel Smth KM Are, ] .vt. !
. H...... Pta.HOMESTEAD. Tops Trimming
Redland Brand Fertilizer Seat Covers

LODGE NO. 19 -

meets every Tuesday evening at Shop
I e'ctock la tO.O.F. IUU N. W.
lit atrtet 101 N K1t03l! AVE.wwr. .
Visitors welcome


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Eflllit THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, February 14, 19M.

I Social Events in South Dade (.


!i auscellaneou shower was A basket of tropical fruit given,

given Friday, afternoon for Mr Feb. 14 Woman' Club 411Home.tee4 by the Woman' Club of the Red.
ry; The worthy rand matron of the Mn Wllbura Reed by her sUUra-ln- study class meeting lands as a door prize at the county
Mn. B. A. Waldin. president
I Order ot the Eastern Star In Florida Seymour Dane. Mrs. J:. A. Carter law, Mr*. T. J. Walker and Mr with min Jennie Lobdell at J p. federation' card party in Palm i
Mrs. Della Green of Tampa, her moth-
Mn. Clna Stewart. Mrs. W. D Emeriti Douberly and m. Island Monday, received much favorable :
and the worthy grind patron, Trod Mrs. Reed. a' the
er-in-law. Acne
notice it contained
t't cal. I
SUllman MmL. 14 meeting of
Mahan, Mrs. W. S. Feb. -Special
J:. Monk of Miami, will pay their home of Mr Reed.
amondln given by Mn. J:.
I O Ruggte and Mrs. C. A. Howell Episcopal Woman's Auxiliary with A. I
I official visit to Narmnja chapter Present were: Mrs. Al Albright, in Florida Carter, tangerines given by Mr*.
J, a visitor I Mrs. Edw. Soling City;:
and to Ad Astra I
\ Tuesday evening Av- B. A. Waldin and
Mrs. Fritz Rutike, Mrs. Juon at 3p.m. orange, kurnquata -
I chapter o( Homestead Wednesday Mn Robert Ben Mrs. R. B. and a jar of Haden f fI
ery mango
: AREME CLUB WILL GIVEOLD !: Feb 14-Special meeting ofWoman'
evening. John Cason Mn. B. relish given Mrs.
i Rives, Mrs. by Seymour
M.... C. N. Henderson and Mn. FASHIONED TAFFY PULL r. Swilley, Mrs. Frank Marsh, Auxiliary of Presbyterian Dane .
:( M. A. rtnneU of Naranja and Plans for an old fashioned taffy Church.
Mn Paul Loaner, Mrs. Carl Schumacher. I
5( Mrs. Ceo. W. Turner, Jr, of Homestead pull to be held In the near future Mr Gee. Gun Mrs Feb. 14-Buslnes* meeting of CLUB MEETS WITH
were made by the Areme Club Homestead Business and Professional -
ot FortDallas
attended the meeting Frank Bernecker: Mrs. Jennie Erp- MR. AND MRS LEHMAN
when it met at the home of Mr*. Women' Club at 8 m.
I Chapter In Miami Monday enbach Mrs. Wm. Erpenbach: p. I
after Mr. and Mrs. Lee H.
'< evening when the grand matron Lee U. Lehman Tuesday Mrs. Jessie Greer, Mrs Pete Morgan Feb. 14-Junior Woman' Club Lehman
and grand patron were there, and noon. Final plan for the rummage and Misses Katherine and buffet upper, bridge party and were host to the Neighborhood
,i sale to be held In colored Bridge Club at their home
: last
Mr* Turner, Mn. Fennell Phyllis Ball.REDLAND dance at Homestead Country Club.
I Miss Iitell Turner went to Coral town on Saturday, Feb. 29, were week. Mn. T. J. Faust and Seven
Feb. Club valentine -
discussed. Webb won the high score prize
Gables Wednesday evening when GIRLS GIVE party at home of Miss Hen-
Applesauce cake with whipped and Mn. Carl Deden and Mr.
the state officer were presentMBS.
cream and hot tea were served by LEAP TEAR PARTY riette Hartman. x Faust were awarded the low prize

the hostess Miss Helen Livingston i A leap year party wa given 'Feb. Expression and music Present were Mr. and Mn. L.

DUNLOP CHAIRMAN won the mystery package. Monday night by si:* Redland recital at C. N. Walker home at B. Sommen, Mr and Mn. W. E,

OF GARDEN CLUB EXHXIBR Present were: Mn. B. O. Branch,, girl who treated"their guest toa 7.90 p. m. Rheney, Mr. and Mr*. Deden, Mr.

The South Dade Garden Club Mn. Albert R. Mayhem, Mrs W. show and supper in Miami Beach. Feb. 15-0. E. S. off teen' practice and Mn. Faust and Mr. and Mrs.
will have an exhibit at the Dade The met at the home of I
B. Caves, Mn Bob Harris, Mn group In I. O. O. F. hall at 7:30 p. Webb.
County Tropical Fair In RedUnd Miss Emily Payne
Geo. W. TumeraJr; Miss Eitelle
next month, and Mr*. Wm. Dunlop In the Miss Quid m.
Mis party
Turner and Livingston were
li to bead the exhibit committee. Feb. 17 Homestead P.-T. A. Woman' Club of Homestead in
Leggett, Miss Mildred Campbell,
of WEBB'w meeting in Neva Ring Cooper clubhouse at 3 m.
then appointed at a meeting MR. AND MRS.'BKVO Miss Carlotta Ames Miss Virginia p.
home Monday School at I p. m. Feb. 23-Areme club meeting
the club at the Dunlop -
ENTERTAIN TEACHERS' CLUB Delaney, Mist Marjo Macey, Mis
I Feb. IS Meeting of Woman' with Mrs. Albert
afternoon are Mn. M. P. Kenney R. Meybem.
Three tables of bridge were In Payne, Ishmeel Cub Albert Reltx,
Wm. Club of the Redland Feb. Teachers' Bridge Club
Brockett Mn.
Mn. H. J. -
play when the Teacher Bridge Alvah Taylor, Roy Campbell,
H. Smyth, Mn. (]eo. E. Deuel Feb. 18-Official visit of worthy meeting at J H. Webster home.
Club met at the home of Mr. and tommy Campbell and Robert
and Mr*. Elbcrta Buis.Mrs Mrs. Bevo Webb Tuesday nightHigh Kllcn. grand matron and worthy grand Feb. 29-Areme Club rummagesale
read Interesting patron to Naranja chapter of O. in colored,town.
R J. Shepherd an score prize were won by
I E.: S. Mar. 2-Election of officer of
paper on The Planting Mn. L. B. Sommen and W. R.
and Mn. Smythe Feb. IS- W. M. S. circle meeting Junior Woman's Club In the club*
read :DVaoa- Florida bird i *. hous* at I p. m.
a Present were: Mr. and Mn. Clrcle-
: Two under the leader-
Fob 19-Official visit ot 'worthy Mar. S-W. M. S. meeting la
garden to attract
and planting Frank Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
hip of Mr*. J. C. Vann, we In
grand matron and worthy grand Homestead Methodist Church.
them and Mrs. Oeo. E. Reed gave N. Wakefield Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
charge of the the
program at February -
patron to Homestead chapter O. Mar. 4-W. M. U. circle meet,
of reading"The Farmer",
I group Webster, Mr. and Mrs Sommen, meeting of the Women'sMissionary
E. & Ings.
"Heart in a Rettaorant and and Mr. and Mn. Bird.WOMAN'S .
Union of the
Kipling", The Glory of the Oarden" Baptist TM Hometed Home Demonstration Mar. 4 Supper Club meeting atLee
: Church: Wednesday afternoon In
Club meeting In Neva H. Lehman borne.

I Mn. H. J. Brocket of Florida COMMITTEE CLUB IS APPOINTEDA NOMINATING the church.In King Cooper School at 8-39 a. m. Mar. 8-Baptist week of prayer:

City was selected M the next hoetetf. the absence of the president, Feb. 20-Meeting of Redland observance with aU day meeting.
nominating com- In. J. 'Tom Vann. who was UI tome Demonstration Club at 1:30:

I Afternoon tea wa served. pOlled ot Mra. Holllster Sage, Mrs Mrs S. t West presided during In :Redland Community Church. mat He Lived On
S. F. Matthews and Mrs Geo Ran-
Present beside those named the business meeting. The society Feb. 23-Redland P.-T. A. Foun- A child wa having a geography

were M.... Leonard Freeman, Mn. i Son the was Woman'appointed Club at of the Homestead meetingof decided to hold the March week dent Day program In school auditorium lesson and came to the wor4

W. K Well, Mrs H J. Armstrong, of prayer observance on Friday. at 2:30 p. m. "earth". He couldn't pronounce
14 the clubhouse
Mn Chauney aon. ),( '. N. G. Tuesday after March 6, with an all day meetingand Feb. 24-Meeting of Garden It; so the teacher said: "Gene whatdo

Baa Mra r. FlelUi, Mrs J:. M. noon.Mn Oliver Sollitt of pot luck dinner at the church. Club with .ire. H. J. Brockett In you live on?"
Florida City. Gene looked embarrassed for a
FroKhf, Mn. C. P. Jackson Mn. I the Dade
I J. M. Dobbin, Mr*. R. M. Barnes, I Vomen's Clubs County, who Federation was to have of MILTON HUNTER HAS Feb. 29-Guest day program of moment then aid, "Bean"

Mn. H. F Potter and Mn. R. O. I addressed the. club wa unable to BIRTHDAY PARTY
Mrs Herbert Hunter assisted
Desmond. I be presentThe ,
by Mn. J. M. Forte of Home-
Green Lantern
I next guest day program will : RestaurantADJOINING
REDLAND CLUB TO SERVE: lead, entertained Wednesday af-
I be held on Feb. 25 at i p. m. In
CAFETERIA STYLE AT FAIR ternoon In honor of the eleventh HOTEL REDLAND
The Woman's Club of the Red-.I All the clubhouse invited.IIXPRESSION .it wa* announced birthday anniversary of her son, Western T-Bone Bleak Dinner *0o Chicken Dinner 75c

lands at a called meeting Wednesday are Milton. Regular Dinner 500 Vegetable Plate SOo

',. decided to serve meal cafeteria AND MUSIC Game were played, and delicious All Kind ef Home-made Sandwiches

style. at the Dade County PUPILS TO GIVE RECITAL refreshments were served.

Tropical Fat which will this year Expression pupil of Mn. S. L. The guests were Ruth Hancock:

take the place) of the Orange Blossom Vest and music pupil of Mrs C. Edna Forte, Catherine Rohrer,

Festival which the club has N Walker will give I recital Saturday Shirley Dean Doxsee, Mildred and

held for the past few years. The evening at 7:30: in the Walker Warrene Severy, Grace Torrice,

( meal will be served In the clubhouse home. I Wade Thompson, Horace Gooding, TYPICAL THRU MINUTE RATES
at noon and In the evening Parent and grandparent of the Glenn Schreader, Emory Bran-

Present at the meeting were children will be special: guest denburg and Billy Forte. 0 M 0- .N1M. ar I- .
l1. f. ,=
M WM. ,.M.r M
Ail* u, C*. wBraiiiek 1 1.4O 1.10 . -
I **. As1.e.0 us r.N..e.la, Fl.. . 1.20 140
!>.*. e..r., FU .7* I.10M r10ddphi.. Pa. 6,. Loo 100
G.l..rs1., fl.. . inM at. AsNwh. PM, ., ." i.ze
Beautiful. lets 7.NIW., rb. . .. .ea ..16Ker
1 sow, ru. .4* ..71IS brat h ..., eta. :. Lee 1esiW.
Car. n. .e.0 130 waake.at.e, D. C. . 3.90 Loo
NOW York N. y. Uf sow rake $..,C, Fl. ae .52

for she knows the im-

portance of skin care.

Try a few days with the regular care SPECIAL SUNDAY RATESFor

of Cara Nome. Then see how soon your

; friends will notice your radiant new Long Distance Calls

I CAN Dow male Station. klepVoae service still were wew -

I For the Cara Nome method is the YOU long distance tele tenl and ecoaosnicsl,and morephone

result of scientific knowledge! about skins rails sH diy OB Sundays at _Mae more people la More ways

-Incorporated into the newest formulas. the reduced might nies.T>ii
l Cara Nome. M cslboswbichthedaystation.ta Take advantage of tatM am
; : Try mtioe nt b more than J J nais.Kedixed low Sunday rates sad enjoy a voice

Dishi rates are she now visit by telephone next Sunday,

: { 'i $ !Ia effect* Pmoa-to Person calls wit some ef the folks!back home
ears' *,fb after/ J P.M. n4 aj) or web tensor daughter,away MsrbooL

Uy Snday ea calls whta the A telephone call" yea will

i day Btnoa-io-pcnoa rate is more fed, It like '_10-('" roil ate*

than {octal*. ss tlliaf.ift,. A>k 'lo.|e'wanc*"

Thaw sew "loo| duiuice' fee rates to whatever wish

i The Dixie Dl ,U _!,,,' rate periods make long distance M talk. you

I Your Rexall Store '. ** 1 Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. '\

L r .._ ,. ._. ..seas ',ae"a.rc. gyres, n ,. ,,:ttseaeaesetadS-- I
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February It I93& ., .r .,TJI&.tEADER..ENTERPRrs Pan Nisi
-- -
[voluroa of. sugar wlLb utIitna. procea- During the short business sessionan 'r things."-From a Boston newt.epsS"advertisement 1/ I'
offering its 1.34 we liken fat' t
I \.everything should bet put fn the bi4 . L Social Events air light container Cast or tin. being1 carried oa near D nla. mocks and large ties," writes W.
I 4. Anything that can be conserved The hostess assisted by Mist Ellen : D. B.-Ex.
in the North can be conserved Vann served pink and white
in South Florida. checkerboard cake. Iced fruit Juice I .,,
I and valentine candy heart PERMBMCMTJ

II OF MES. JL TOM VANN Von Dollie Carter Marjorie : WAVING
CANNING AND ALSO LEND EQUIPMENTMembers I Members .f the O. A. met Monday i Conner. Bobby Nell Stossey. Mablo. I J
after school at the home of I Ruth Pope, Marie Jenkins June CroquignoTe or Spiral f

of the Dade County Allapattah, Mr* Ruth Walker of! Mr. Tom Venn. Mrs Bert Andrews I Cheshire June Jenkins June
Demonstration Council through served a* leader and gave I Vann. Carol Walker, Mary Louise $5.00 $7.OO i
Miami, Mr F. S.
Arnold of
PIerce. EcUUBevlDl, Luna Mae
their community club chairmen the devotional part of the prGlI'IftIwblch :
plan to have pantries filled with a I was baaed ott the lesson for i Lotto Lola Pierce and Marjorie NEWEST METHODS OF HAIR
variety that will Injure well balanced Special Instruction were given the day "Labonr Together for ,Webb. AND EYELASH____ TINTING :"E
meal la rural home In I the canning: cbairmea a* to the God'. I :' Finger wsvtagFacial :
Dade County this coming year. I different method of earning. I A reading, "Be Your Beat," was I, Prebablr a Warns sTvestlaff ''i Mantcertac--Mirceltnc I
They have gone ao far aa to offer I The main point as stated by I I much enjoyed. "Designed by an artist In under- ,
to lead the right kind of equipment Miss Norton arc \ fcy eiterleajsed eawraien f "!

such M pressure cooker, L Put up product itt the Jar I -. t Year Same Location ;
tin can sealer and water bath hot. I THE REDLAND CAFE :
canners to those pecpl who Cannot S. To.!more keeping everything MAS. A. NABOBS. Free ; Mae Morris j jI
afford to
buy their own canning -
equipment and are, therefore, should be preeeased except Jelnes. I SUNDAY DINNER SOt Bea aty Shoppe I
hindered in their canning. It the right precaution. I* taken it, VEGETABLE PLATE Ltd CLUE BEKAKFASTS U. II I
Mr at possible to caa products to PLATE LUNCH WITH DESSERT AND DRINK Uf Flowers..... Shoes 554- r:
Seymour Dane
presidentof which have been added quite a.
the Redland Home Demonitra-
tlon Club, and:Bin.K i-Edward, H
president, and MM. S. A. King
canning chairman of the Homestead 1
Home Demonstration Club, 1
represented this district at the annual
meeting of the county council 1j
In the office of Miss Pansy j
Norton county demonstration
agent: In the court home in Miami .d
Monday, when definite plana
were worked out for lending the
equipment which 1* in the home
demonstration office. So farthe
Homestead, Perrine, Hialeah, Opa-
locks and OJut groups have been 'Fes
loaned equipment for the use of
the home demonstration member .
*. The rest of the equipment
has been retained in the home
demonstration office to be loaned .
to the general public.
Miss Norton reported that the
home demonstration office *upervised cx""xR3
in CAnuxuiAlty work,meetings
and to I Individual bosses th goer
mint of M.MQ. No. t tin CM ceotalnaca -
but year In addition to
this. something like 12,000 glass .
Jar wet* canned This la the .1J
Most canning tfu ha bees done
to the 1'\Wal...... of Dada County t
te* the past twelve year* aha

arilWits Norton. urged the chairmen J

to eaceurage a higher standard of ,
canning: end the ue of up-to-date
MtlMda. The local home dttmenrtrattoa
office a* welt a* the state
efTlcsv he laid recommend thatWonsaid
fruit, vegetables and
seats be- tanned: only In pressure
cooker Arid fruit and vegetables _
may be canned to a hot ,,11
water bath, which pay be a homemade !ft'
affair, such a* a wash toilet '.
lard can, or any other vessel witha
tight cover. P.
The Senior Home Demonstration } ,
COnned appointed the following .
committee members to work (
with.Mis* Norton in working out tJ y
definite rule for the use of loanedequipment !
: Mr*. R. E. Edward of The Smiths Built A Home
Homestead Mr*. Laura Voelker of r .. i

Teacher En Estelle of Pianoforte Sailinn I, And So Can You 4


.K. si M Ave.* ........ r How could the Smiths afford to build this rent because each payment brings you closer

year? They arenl people of "means". Mr. to owning your home.

Smith earns a modest talary. But this year, Anyen with a regular Income good credit

CARE standing and with cash: or a building lot
thanks to the Insured Mortgage Plan the
.f equal to 20 per cent of the total cost of the
and Smiths could build that home they'd been planning
BeautyTrue property can build a home this new way. Ask

beauty demands .and talking about for so long, AND SO us lot details. We have helped others to get

the best of care at all CAN YOU! F JLA.IoID9 and can do the same for you.
times Whether you
wish t wave, a. facial, In one draple transaction you can secure If yon already own a home you will want

a the manicure other essential or any Ads of up to $16,000 oa this new type of loan from to know about the Modernization Credit Plan

to beauty youTl find any financial institution co-operating with whereby up to &000 Is available for remodel.the .

the skilled'. Beauty operator Parlor atPat. 1 i the government in lour behalf. Monthly repairing and refinishing. Modernization\

ready to serve you repayments spread over such a long period loans are tfplJabJe.monthly, over a period a* #
quickly at time
Croquiptole Spiral any and (up to 20 years) that it's just as easy as paylong as five years. No cash outlay and no tIng 1

Combination rent. Only 80 much better than paying need to put np security.

Prices $5, $6 $7 .



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I ; 'Chamber of Commerce Sees Need !than named.the" early motorist could have I alllllllllmllllllflllllllllllDlIllIIlllIRIf! ERDi 'TOP1C5' .

Shipped, In 111111. to Jackson, ..m.-. .
L Of Auto Tourist Camp in Homestead Miss., the sedan was purchased by 20 Years AgoIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIitHIIIIIIIIIIiIIiIIQIIIII FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

Henry Shamp who ran the car Feb. 16-Mornlnf sermon:
(Continued From Page One) Cubs and Scouts Spend I close to a quarter'million miles "Proof of Dlsclpleshlp". Evening -
man to facilitate the carrying on I and finally turned" In on the purchase sermon by the Rer. LeonE.
( of the work Day and Night in Camp of a new Dodge. L. A.Wrlht ( Northrup of Ntwtleld. N.

A motion was carried to and a I the Jackson dealer from The MkwIiK Htm mn takes ...- T.i "Dying for Lack Of.,
1 committee to the council meeting I Sixteen Scout CUbe and three whom Shamp bought the new car haam from SIi*-.l.. H.MM4CntotfriM Breath."
Monday night to ask the Boy Scouts were taker campingIn donated the old _till in per- ...."' 1..... .,,. II Itli -
., and council to do m.OI'I I the scout forest last Friday fect running condition-to the I M the math rbrMi" BUM' CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 5.

), \ nvceaaary to eliminate haphazard morning, the last day of n'e' 11'IIoo11 I Dodge dependability exhibit"It CHURCHFeb.
r parking on downtown street It examination week by Scojtmaster, I I I II only when we see the old Feb. 3. 1916 ,
was pointed out that a car parkedat I A. A. Ko tllne. Showers Friday and the new aide by aide as you "Ceo. Fuller is getting ready to I 1C Lesson-sermon
the wrong angle sometimes and Friday night failed to do here," said Harry New "that move into town. He will occupy topic "Soul".
polls the space that two or three I' en the ardor of the damP-j we realize the tremendous strides Mrs. R. L. Bow's house which has
correctly parked can would occupy a huge fire was kept going and I that are being made from year to lately been screened throughout ST.! JOHN'S! EPISCOUAL
While It agreed that new tents furnished shelter. I year In motor" car design and con by W. J. Collins." CHURCH

paint lines would Improve the I The scouts were Frank Skill, struction. -"On Tuesday morning a baby Feb. Sexageslma BUB.!
situation somewhat, the consensus Jr., Harry Pierce and Chaos Stef- I I girl arrived at the home of Mr. and day. Al 'I'J' P. m. In the first
of opinion was that mOlt of the fan The cubs were Q. Lowe, !Skeleton of Russell Mrs. E. R. Woobury. Congratulations of I series of address OB "The
Incorrect and wasteful parking Is George Wlngate, Chaa. Robertson I Girl Found at Cape are in cider." Churcb'i Way" will be given.
due to carelessness or thoughtless- Hubert Smith, Fred Rhodes, John I I I-"A joyful evening was spent at The topic to "Chrlatloa Per.leetlon. *
{ near on the part of I few motorist, ny Little Albert, Homer and Joe The remains of 20-year-old the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. ." I
'r with consequent hardship to both Byrum, Lamar and Billie I daughter of nth Russell, Isla Van Winkle on the occasion of Mr. Holy Eucharist at I a. an.
merchants and shoppers through son Perry Williams, Roger I morada postmaster which had Van WlnUe's 38th birthday. and Bandar school al It. I
t discouragement of trade. Philip Reams, Harry Dlrkln-I been missing since the Labor Day Games cards and dancing were )
Joseph DuMond, owner of the Lester Archer. I hurricane were found yesterday enjoyed to a late hour after which HOMESTEAD METHODIST ,
j Tropical Monkey Jungle, Halnlin Mr. Koestllne plans to :morning west of Cape Sable. The a dainty luncheon was served. CHURCHFeb.
.;I drive east of Farm Life road was cubs on an overnight camping trip I skeleton was Identified by means Those present were: Mr. and Mrs 1C-Moraine message: j

': \ n.received. ................. ...as.?ur a-new".member...................... once a month.Twentyone. i t of the a class finger.ring' that stir. was around Edward Goldberger and son Mr. Jesus Took"; special music by .
: i : were present at I and Mrs. Jack Leedom Mr. andMrs. choir under direction of Irving -
Homestead F. F., A. News Tuesday's meeting and most of: Funeral services will be conducted J. B. Whitehead Mr. and Mrs. J. Lron. Evening nessafei -
.. at Iilamorada at I:30 this A. H. Mr. and Mrs. C.
': ..........;.......-.."..., .....-............... these are from about bob ready cat to to wolf be rank.promoted :I; afternoon by the Rev. A. A. Koest R. Williams and family also the Life": ("Three a prisoner'Essential sermon before of

By Paul Bhanklln! line pastor of the Homestead Misses Xngenspcrgers MIN Hastings a corrupt governor).
The Homestead F.F.A. chapter Methodist Church. ,-Messers. Robb, Fuchs, Lowe, Feb. 18-Bible study at 1':3' .
+ sent delegation to the Tampa 1919 Dodge Cost $2,150: Mn Russell was the sole aur- Patterson;Erpenbach Engensperg p. m.
State Fair. It consisted of Ceo.N 1936 Dodge Costs $735: I vlvos ot his large Immediate fam- er Thornton and J. T. Van Winkle,
WekrtWd, J. B. Clonlnger ily and one of 12 surviving members Sr. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

Clayton Lehman Francis Irwin Detroit, Feb. IS-The rapidity I of a Russell clan of 79. Feb. 1ft-Topic for 11 o'clock
Hurry Brown Charles Brown Ed with which Improvement proceed I
WOOD THIEF SENTENCED sermon: "The Almost of Chris
Little and Paul Shanklln In the automobile Industry, was Nazarene Revival Ends
for 7:30 o'clock
Thomas, colored, pleaded tianity"* topic
) They left Homestead on Fridayat brought home to Harry New director Next Sunday EveningThe guilty Leroy to trespassing and stealing sermons "The Pure la Heart."
daylight, and he to of
on way of car distribution Dodge
wood from the H. H. Ewing farmon Bible school at It a. m.llmmary .
Turrtpa! stopped at the Clewlston division of Chrysler
{ revival meetings now In
the road to Royal Palm State
} sugar refinery the other day, when eorporatlon.1 I progress at the Church of the Park Saturday and was fined (90 hearing before Justice of
night Lehman. Shanklln
Friday Old-timers' section
i Nazarene are attracting numbers and costs or six months In jail by the Peace Sid L. Kendrick who
and Clonlnger spent lie each to pany's permanent : : of Interested hearers The unique Judge Wayne Allen of the courtof bound' him over to the highercourt
see a show and ended by winning exhibit There he a car I and forceful presentation of the He given his II I.
M $1.10 bag of groceries. The with outline reminiscently familiar truths'of the Gospel, and the messages -
three really didn't know what to to him a HUD Dodge sedan After I on the signs of the times
: do with the "feeds" but finally the serial number and'(nltlal.ship- which the evangelist, the Ret f
i lugged them home, ment record of the old-timer had Wm A. Zcfcel head of the Nazarene .
All of the boy took In the SateFnir been cheeked It turned out to be missions hi Japan has been
ell day Saturday along with the first car shipped by Harry I giving for several nights are
nearly a thousand other F. F. A. New when he assumed his position I hearts. "ach'l
.g many
f boys. ChanUM. H. Brown and with the company seventeen years I' These meetings will vh'r
Ctoningw Wt W entered In the '
ago."in three services on Sunday, one at s '
." ti stock judging and were among-the 1819 this "highboy1 was the !, 10:SO, one at 3 and one at 7:30: In 1Do
.' highest. The result of the fruit spiffy thing," said New. "It did the evening. FERTILIZER
; and vegetable Judging by Lehman. not have a trunk or windshield The 3 o'clock service Sunday afternoon .
'"" { Irwin and Little has not been wipers, or any of the conveniences will be a healing service, I
learned. such automatic engine Those who wish to be annolnted
The trip back w.. made on Sunday choking, ride levelator air cleaner for physical ailments may present
I A atop was made at the Bok oil and gasoline flltt.lulst themselves at that time. Its
) : I tower at Lake Wales. strap, ash receptacles, robe rails, --- -"-' -
\. Everyone had a hilarious trip etc., that the buyer expects now CARD OF THANKSWe ice. Best
; : and even managed to learn a few as a matter of course. And the wish. to thank our many Isart -
things. The only draw back was Ust-at-factory price was $21 JO at) friends for the beautiful flowers
i more than enough rain on Saturday against the $735 price tag that and for the kindness shown us In ilollRFftf1U11Alrot ',
I in Tampa.Homestead. marks the 193S Dodge touring *e-1 I our recent bereavement

: ... ..,NIMN.Hw11M MNNN, M..........NNY dan that cornea equipped with MRS. H. O. HALL
comfort add accessories ) AND FAMILY..
? ; .' High (.11 ClubBy more

;( i, ..-.......................Uola.--Little-..IMMYN"HYI 'Make Every Acre Do Its Ke ."

r j: The 4-H girls met In the 4-H ,!.lfoY :j'.1 .t '*."'W :{J' .
i room Tuesday morning. Mrs. Carl- (
; eon and Mrs. Winters, from the Safe dependable
.; Miami office met with us. Mn. USE *
I this well-b.IAII4ed..fertltizer-AnnOGr'.
l { Winter had" ua play several

> fames, which she took charge of. Bit Crop. Give your vegetable or citrus the
; After completing the games, we
sang songs. benefit of a proper ration of Nitrogen Phosphoric

,r Next week all 4-H record booksare 4i Add and Potash, plus the minor and secondary
to be brought to the meeting. '
: :i Those present were Fern Robertson plant foods which an also furnished In every

: .\ Norma and Eloulae\ Goss- Armour formula. You pay no premium for th M
man Catherine Orfanedes. Freda
N Hancock. Mary Alice Duncan, Mildred extra plant foods In Armour's.
t and Margaret Field Ooldla -. ,, : ; / it "!:'':' .
and Loubelle QrenneU. Julia :: : For Sale by
Frances Sullivan Elisabeth and :
: Katherine Williams, Virginia Kin- EssolubeINCORFOHATCO
ner, Annabel Redd Nora Akers, or at ear local warehouse
Frances King PrtidlU Freed,
.. R. NIXON.7K. Warehouseman O. M. FRICK Salesman
,I Mrs. Carlson Mrs. H. D. Wolfe
Mrs. Winters and Leola Little. HomeaUad. Florida

"I'l.l.. Local Boys Get Merit
Stripes at Riverside L Armour Fertilizer Works -4

I --- Jacksonville '1..
Hollywood, Fla.. Feb. l>-According -
iWT-LdIh:1J: 111.157-I'lik M X-X.JI jON
& to special orders issued
I"' by the commandants office' of

t Riverside Military Academy, Cadet
,r Private Carl Deden of Homestead It/ 0 I CALL DAY OR NIGHT R K. 8TRADER, Mir.'

Cadet Dale Henderson of
i Princeton and Cadet Arthur Fogleof IN KtNTUCKV Good Work-Modern Prices
Naranja have each been award
f *d merit stripe for a fine record FARl\Il\IACIIL'iEUY. TRUCK & TRACTOR

.r In this distinguished school that la REPAIRING. MARINE WORK A SPECIALTY
at present at Its beautiful winter

\ Special significance center In HOMESTEAD MACHINE SHOPP.
I this award since Riverside U the HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOP
t I large military prep school In the O, Box 1034
i ( V S., and It I* given an unsurpassed Prop
military".rating by the war -so N F_ Avenue Phase.46.1 .& W. I'd.Strf.tt! Homestead, Fla

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Friday, February 14,136.'! THE LEADER EJTBJtPRJSE! Page Eleven

'Florida'Citrus:Juices Are Antidote Governor Will Confer -

I For Old Age Declares Dr. Kellogg I \\1thSeminoles Feb. 22 CLASSIFIED ADS II

FN8) : :
Fort Feb. 13
- I Myers ( )' '-

I Proclaiming Florida citrus Juices F.S.C.W, Enrolls 1736 Governor Dave Sholti;along with RATE: First insertion 10* a line, subsequent insertions t tr

the best (tnown antidote for old : only half a dozen other white persons 5r,a llnsf 1 '
During Present Term will go Into the Everglades
and pessimism Dr. John Harvey -
age ,
-\ to attend a conference with the .
Kellogg of Battle Creek and I'' Tallahassee, Feb. -Trom a Seminoles on Washington's Birthday FOR RENT REAL ESTATEBIG
Miami. has given this state'sgrad 1 student body of about SO studentsIn Feb. 22.

fruit and orange grower 1W6 to one of 1,738 In 1838 to Before campfires, burning awelcome ROOMS, BOARD Reasonable VALUE fl-room hou.-c.

one of the most amazing health the 90-year record of the Florida the governor will discuss Quiet country hoG,.. Mrs. Anna Furnished. All city improve N.
State College for Women figure with the Seminoles their problems Backer Modello. (17-21) I ments. The word BARGAIN lius
stories ever told about their fruits.
Just released by Registrar S. R. and their hopes and ways to im- been greatly overworked but ) ,
Ilfay> thousand copies of his states Doyle show With the registration prove their conditions. ROOMS with or without board.J. I I do not hesitate to say that this .
ment have been published In a Simons cor. Silver Palm and property Is a Big Bargain Price
period for the second arrester Among the six to confer with the
beautifully illustrated booklet for just ended, during which red men of the Everglades will Richard rd., Redland. (pfll I Including furniture, bed listen
time H new students enrolled the and table linen dishes, now
distribution by the Florida Citrus be Stanley Hanson "White Medi- FOR SALE
total enrollment for the 1835-39 $2,100 reduced from $3,500
cine Man" of the Seminoles and a
consumers In Fine furniture and of It
term shows increase of 110 plenty
an over representative of the National Indian -
northern states. last year. Affairs bureau. FOR SALE -Two one year old potato H. A. Cameron. (d3tf

"A glass of Florida citrus fruit dl....... Largest slat. cheap
Sixty-six of Florida's 67 counties This will be the first time a for ...... W. J. VIck. Sox 148, ACREAGES AND GROVESI
juice three tunes a day will do ace represented In the student governor has visited the Indiana GouMa. (pmrt) I specialize in Redland properties

more for the average sick man enrollment as weft as Cuba and In the Everglades. The conferencecomes Send me ;your listing of property
than all 13 states other than Florida. as a result of the contact TROPICAL
the drugs he can swallow EXOTIC JELLY-Infancy for ale i

," says the famous doctor and The consistent' advance in enrollment made with the Seminoles during diamond face gloat Jars. 13 CHARLES I. BROOKS :'\'
at Florida State Collegefor the Dade massacre celebration recently OK site wrapped in colophon 110 N E. First St., Miami
scientist. "I ask my patients to Women has been made at the when their leaders extended for gifts or bridge or guest "

drink from 3 to 8 glasses a day. same time the college has made an Invitation to Governor prizes, fiOo. Mrs Bertha Edwards I REAL ESTATE-Those who want ,

These health building elixirs are rapid strides in scholastic advancements. Sholtz which he readily accepted. Redland road between to buy or sell Redland District I

an essential part of our rejuvenation Stricter requlre- Coconut Palm and Plummer real estate will find up-to-date :!
for meets have been placed, upon reg- LEGAL NOTICES drives. listings in our office.I Many ot
program combating old
Istratlon and a superior degree of these listings are still at subnormal 4

age and chronic Invalldlirm. I'' work must be shown In order to l> Omni? Jade.'. C..rt. PMV c.."" ,. FOR SALE-3 yr. old citrus trees, prices. We shall appreciate ::
Pointing out that orange juicecontains I I remain a student at Florida State ,Ie..... 1'1.. MM.RE 4 varieties. Simons, cor. Silver either your Inquiries or '
not only the most essential I College, ctiut4NMIc: Palm and Redland rd, (fUtf) your listings, all of which will
vitamins but also H oolories of I Admission to the college Is ex- rf ,....tI.. to make AtpUuUimr.r have our best attention. Now It

food per ounce, Dr. Kellogg tells tended to students of advanced Nods. ta turn Final rives IMirkom that I kn fll..t FOR SALE- Swtet potatoes, from the time to buy. B.V., Morris" ,
of studies) which have revealed that standing from other standard colleges my final sport sail nMtlon (ar Plnal l pine land Silo a' feu. Bring con- now associated with H. A. Cam J
nth.r,. H Aihnlnfcti'MW at the Mat. .
this fruit has more iron than milk upon presentation of a satisfactory LUCY W. DYCHRk, .... : and ant tainer. Htfns He'er, Newton eron, N. W. 1st St.. In Citizens
has is well as the Important vegetable I" the in day rf March' ,"i't' ,. I will apply road between Coconut Palm and Bank BId& Phone 72.
transcript of their credits, :: : .
\ which neutralize the the Hononhl* W P BtawWn. OMnljr _
Silver Palm drives.
and to students taking college .. of nxto Caantr Florithh for kpprov. (pf7-14)
excretory acids of the body. Diseases -: I of sold final mart and fur final die
of the heart blood, vessels work for the first time upon presentation ....... M AoImln.._...' itf the. luut*, ot HONEY-the cloarTpcic LEGAL NOTICES
of a certificate of graduation I Lur Dm**, delicious)
and kidneys can be curtailed with' I Io"1 ,djr of =. l..<. kind. None better
from approved Florida high lindi District of MM Oomt ukll '..Ir.ml .
the liberal supply of grapefruitand I 1 schools, accredited academies and (! I Albert" Plllnt 1 r DYCHK8. prices. Also grapefruit Hol- ; miNxMmt lor the ..*.. .. rt.v.l.,,,.
oranges which also combat Attorney for Admlnl.tnXnrFtb linter Safe, East Kings Highway nothne at tk* M-rkMilmnl.I
acidosis, he declares."It preparatory schools of the state I ( 14. II, SSi ..... e. tai :hartkaltarnea.llr* MOT* and ntl..r rearm :
1 of the State til PlgrM.. mil KM
and from
Is by-i; >o means a fantastic any secondary school of the Circuit Court. Eleventh Judicial FOR SALE-Ono 10 h. p. and one .Irul.. of 0.... County ... I other states which la accreditedby I'ln In UM SMrthoni portion .>! ...01
Idea that Florida fruit I 8 h. O. E., -phase, 220-110
citrus Is Its state Circuit. Dade County p. eats, and to oo and tMiwwt inch .'IS r
the mOlt potential life Insurance university or regionalor I Florida. In Chancery Case No. volt A. C. motors; compensatingswitch kutlnoj M h npporomojit ikomo. and
I national accrediting agency 438733.Helen cash u I* ort ml In >un In In* -r..mHrtfelM
:200-gal. tank
agency Inthe United States, Candidates I ; pressure of huonxirnUon of the MM Aox*
says Dr. Kellogg. "Old age la a not admitted by certificate Van Winkle vs. William Van one pair solid tired heavy duty rlltlM, ht said prniiimo! nrUrlo. n r
I are required to pass written Winkle. Mine on flU In tl. oltlo* of tlw rink ftth
disease. It Is an established fact examinations DivorceIt wood wheels good for trailer. Circuit Court l. Mil for U.. Cooney
that the lack of vitamin C gives upon entrance sub I Homestead Machine Shop, S. W. nfoMMkl and nktartito fMpntlon ky any
jects.I appearing by the sworn bill filed ins.rnat.d .......1..
rise to premature aging. This vitamin in the above stated cause thati 2nd St. (J&tf) po? WHICH AU. PERSONS WILL
la, in fact a youth preserving I The enrollment by 10-year periods i the residence of William Van Win- TAKI Dull NOTICt.
and rejuvenating vitamin. Florida at Florida State College is as I kle the Defendant therein named SETS OF ( baby Jars of tropical W. W. JOHNSTON AMnrlntlon PraUtnt MMprotMNwl

jcltrus fruits, especially the orange ;II follows: 1805-08, about 50 in the I Its unknown and that there Is noI jellies, assorted celophane wrapped JOSEPH HICKRUN Secretary. sold
the tangerine and the'gripe- I college roper, about 154 In the I person In the State of Florida the packed carton ready for ,January ropoBod A *orl.tton.Thb .

fruit..,;fjs: Cognized the world<<,j n61Tna1.chool; 1915-19, 437; 1929- service of subpoena upon whom mailing '1. Mailing charge 25c. U... 2F.-:5.6b. 7. 11. mIn )
owf ter, rind best sources 28, 1,387).JMa-3< 1.730- t would bind such Defendant and Mn. Bertha Edwards, Redland
dhderflef ova that he is over the age of twenty- road between and tae i'ounty Judit'i four In and
>of't vitamin C, from Flummer Co-
I one1! years. It is therefore ordered for Dade ('eunt!. Florida la
'* deficiend'cy: jvhirh' almost every Funeral of Mrs. Crape that said William Van Winkle tonuf Palm drives. (n15U) Probate No. 779?.
person in the United States and non-resident Defendant be and he In Re: Estate of JULIA E. Mc-
most other countries is sufferingmore I To Be Held TomorrowFuneral Is hereby required to appear to the MISCELLANEOUSREPRESENTATIVES. INTYRE.: Deceased.
or less while hundreds of I I Bill of Complaint filed in said Notice to CreditorsTo ,

thousands are going down to premature I services for Mrs. Elizabeth cause on or before Monday, the WANTEDTo AH Creditors and All Persons
) death and many million clips of 'Redland', wife of 2nd day of March A. D. 1838, otherwise secure copyrighted contracts Having Claims or Demands
the allegations of said bill Against Said Estate: : ,.\
Individual or Family Groups I
who died
suffering from Noah Crlpe Wednesdayin I
are ph'y.I Ineptl- will be taken as confessed by said to 80. Every claim paid. Address You and each of you, are hereby \,
'tude, lack of energy physical and a Miami hospital will be heldIn I DefendantIt notified and required to presentany
mental, actual physical distress, Turner Funeral Home at 1 p. I is further ordered that this Suite 323 Comeau Building claims I and demands which ,1A
premature senility and vulnerability ''I m. Saturday. The Rev. S. W. Bail j t order be published once a week for West Palm Beach. Florida. you, ,r either of you,
to disease." and the Rev. John Band of Miami four consecutive weeks in the U14-28)) against the estate of .wrlI-E. .t

Some of the latest recipes for will conduct the services. Burial I Leader-Enterprise, a newspaper McINTYRE deceased late of r
citrus fruits appear In the book will be In Miami Memorial Park. I published11th said County and State 100 STRAWBERRY guavas given Homestead Dade County, Florida,
let containing Dr. Kellogg's statement Mr. and Mrs. Cripe came here day of January, 1033 away free if called for. W. M.Blodl. to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON.
E B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of .. County Judge of Dade County at
The Florida Citrus Commission from Illinois about fourteen years Circuit Court By M. Swill his office in the County Courthouse

Is using to answer thousands ago. Deputy Clerk. PIANO TUNINQ,',.n of requests from all parts Mrs Cripe was 79 years old. SheI Ernest P. Roberts Good used sale within eight calendar months from
of the country for information I survived by her husband and a Solicitor for Plaintiff. plan-fof cheapW. the date of the first publication *,
about Florida fruits. son, C. Cripe, of Redland. (Jan. 31; Feb. 7, 14. 21, 28)I E. Koon U'V&,"3rd St hereof. All claims and demands not
presented within the time and In
FARMING LAND LEGAL NtiICES.NOTICI the manner prescribed herein shall ,

NotiQUMITh;; ;: TO WHOM Of IT FOR INTRNTlnN MAY CHARTER CONCERN TO APTLY. be Dated Administratrix barred Harriett January as McIntyre provided of 28,the A,by Soper D.Estate law.1938.As of ''''.

ratio NOTICK will b.b*honk made slnn ca HOB that, Henry an appll.rAtklino JULIA E. McINTYRE. Deoe.aed.Firat .
Potato *. she. of the Judos of the Circuit publication on Feb. 7, 1036.
Court of the lit* JudfeM Cfc-o.lt ot Florid (Feb. 7, 14. 21, 26)
*, .In .n4 for Do County .t his. riwrnkn -
In the Court HOOM In Mluit. In uUCo
.(ir. at ton .'....... A. H., on the huh
A r a ..r ot February in. for Got order and CITY DRAY
itarn huorpornllns the DAUB COUNTY
Z TROPICAL FAIR INC. M a wmoraiHenrpomtlon
MOOT the U_ of the sate HERMAN WATTS Prop
of Florid. UM ...*_ and tko objotu of llaallnf of any kind at say
a the AioelUo .... brMlF the orSnlstlon -
General Growers *t o _.proflt oorporvtlon U'a delivery averseU' -
: under the tm ., MM ....., I* W known PHONE 513-W
I as tko Carats Travhinl Pale 1..... I
I fee the parpsoe -sdueNns. I. the .....

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We own twenty-five square miles of farming glade land avail 0 I Deming Pumps and Water Systems

.;1 h able for :your selection at a nominal rental Reservations .e [ Slip Joint Irrigation Pipe

r W? can be made now for the 1936-37 season. We will be pleased I Kerosene Driven Irrigation Pumps

1 BIt- to show you our holdings upon request. t" I *. Aermotor Windmills t'j

)- : ,P 'I' I Call, phone or write for my prices
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South Dade Farms, inc. R. H. MAGRUDERFactory "f

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Phone Bayview 521 3421 Main Highway l

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'l'woba THE LEADER: a ENTERPRISE FrIday, F'brut 14, 1Oa8.

To Observe Tomorrow as Poppy Day Improvement Association by 3.' Concert U Be Given Among will ther be rendered cumber*: "No the following Not
I S. Alexander executive secretary' By Choir Next FridayThe Despairingly, ," "Londonderry' Air",
1'j' Here and Throughout Dade County I of the park commission. Especially "The Sleigh," "Joshua Fit de Battle -
was this true of scenes showing ob Jericho" "Southern Melodies
the teaches and streams teem- choir of the Homestead ," "Medley from the Sunny
(Continued From Page One) ins with unusual bird Uta. Methodist Church and Other singers South" and "Adoramus Te."
whom la allowed to bring a guest I will present a concert in the
Which bloomed along the battlefront Harry t crandell. manager of
: is director and Mr
are: D. P. Blake,R. Y. Burr Hugh Neva King Cooper School auditorium Irving Lyon *
and In the war cemeteries the Dade County Tropical Fair f
,Sherry Paul A. F. Arthur J. D. Redd: pianist.
Feb SI,
Friday evening
during the World War. Mist Ruth gave aIDe on the development of
Dr. Wolfe Dr. Geo. Ruehle Dr. et I o'clock. There will be no ad-
Fox president of the Homestead fain. He aid that the fair to be -
Legion Auxiliary, explained. "It Ira X Haynes Dr. B. X. Oatlin held in Bwfland the tint week In minion charge but a free-will offering sub TK
was this flower growing between the pastor of the church the Rev. March U offering more premiummoney will be taken. The public OO-A .
E. L. Nelson L. O. Haggles, Mr. It invited to attend. _
the row of wooden crosses: above Ulan any other fair ia Florida '
I Harris, Mr. Mr.
fresh battle craves, which Inspired Flfleld. Holfertyand except those ef Tamp,Orlan-
Mr. Hlckson.
Col John McCree to write do and Winter Haven.
r. his I The next meeting will be at the At the call .f Joeeph Hlcloon,
The'I:: home of A. F. Arthur Hedland
Fields'. I
chairman *f the award commit Mathews Truck Line"J
road and Avocado drive. March
ognized thI'ouhout1M English-: tee,many men volunteered to take
speaking world M the symbol of 4 at 7p.m. up tickets from the show and .
World War sacrifice concessions it the air. Mr. Hick
;i "Each of the littto red flowers Park Picture Evoke on laid that M persons would be DAILY SERVICE TO AND FROM :MIAMI
hat been mad by hand by torn needed for this task.
disabled veteran in need or employment Applause at MeetingMotion I At the next meeting ef the Improvement Hauling From Boat Lines a Specialty
For' each poppy the association ,.h. 24. I.
auxiliary part Re maker a cent frtctum tif Bverglades ,L Chandler will chow motion pictures -
This enables hundreds of Veterans National Park aeeitery evoked applause ; taken hy him and tin. MIAMI TELErnONZS: : 1 t t
to support themselves and from hundreds of spectators ,Chandler on their tour ol the Orient -
families throughout the whiter when shown Monday night at ameeting and Yellowstone National 2-1755 27392Saturday ..
and spring. Approximately ten fit the Redtand District Park teat rear. J
minion of the poppies have been
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? that 9100.WO tt placed In the emp.
ty pockets of these disables Vet Chase and Sanborn c Sunlight
"In addition to the earnings of Dated_ Country Roll t
the veterans Risking the.poppies, ,
the poppy funds bring aid to needy r

)\ families year.*of veterans throughoutthe [ COFFEEAllGood BUTTERGeorgia i;


Presbyterian Meeting of Men New Hold Club Ib.Z5e 1 lb.------ 48c f I

The first meeting of the Presbyterian -
Men'Club an organization : Specials Beef i
to promote fellowship among the
men of the First Presbyterian
Church of Homestead with an Informal Darigold STEAKSSmoked :
,\ get-together each month 1 MILK 2Oc
was bald at the borne or Dr. H S. 1 No.2% cans 3 tall earn
J Wolfe Friday night Dr. Wolfe Ono Ib.------ 20c : 1
spoke on 'History of the Potato."
: 2 cans -29C ,
Supper la furnished ..served : POTATOES Irish.CobblerslOlbs. Zc
by members of tM Pretfbytcria* .
Women's Auxiliary who remain ta
the background. A guest speaker Iceberg
will be heard at each meeting. : Lettuce21g.hcadslfSc Cookies N.B.Co.'lb.ss0 :l8c SAUSAGE =
I Officers of the dub are: president ,
W. M. Fiffl M; TlaHpresl- f
dent ft n. fudoxm? wcrrtary: Cloth Bag; 2lbs..25c, :
treasurer, J. M. Holferty.Members : SUGAR 53c
; of the club, each ef : lOlbs. .

/ Sliced
Fancy SYRUP Steamboat .
ssowonus+t wg esu gallon can 59c
I TNe:g00 tlAflrly wit B. Bacon
rCUT ICPIPtl MAaN CELERY Whole Grain 5 lbs. Meal or 5 lbs. i

; fe. bunch-- I0C., RICE--- 25c,GRITS18c Ib. ------ 34e :I

Beech Nut Fresh GroundHAMBURGER


1 Ilk 8-oz jar ...................15c I 8 oz. jar _.._.___.._16c,

16-or. jar ................25c 16-oz. jar ....._.......26c ------ :1C-
1f f 3 lb.-.,-- -- : ........._...37c 32-oz. jar ...............44c

CPhiladelphia Cream Cheese, 2 pkgs. 15c CalfLIVER
Dish with

:I A Full Egg Basket I CHURNGOLDlb. Corn Flakes Kellogg's 2 pksrs.: 15c

Brings a Full Purse Tomatoes No.:2 King : lb. :
Make jour weekly egg check lb.22c: 2 ------ 3Jcf $

larger by jiving your laying
PURE GOLD Plain Self
bent the feed that will help ; or Rising Georgia Beef !

them lay more big,easily mar. rjl 1%lb.bag; z&-lb.barl
ketable eggs eggs with sound : CHEESE o ur6lb.bag CHUCK ROAST f :

hell*-egg* that grade high 450 SSe : !

and bring top prim. : lb. ------.25 C: 3 pkgs. (3 pkgs. Ib.X7c f

RfOfPIl1IPIIoIioIaD: Super-Suds 25c SALT - lOc
Bulk Fresh GroundSAUSAGE !

the ass Palmolive bar Peanut Ib. r

pro-re- : - 5c BUTrERlSclBallard's MEAT

otJy tat : :l4c Ib.--- :lOe
ib. ---
bat : ------ ObeliskPlain i
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whiler or SelfrisingFlour Georgia SmokedBACON
r + 10& Boneless Butts r

5 Ib. pkg. -_..__.JKc)
lector Supply Co. ) :10 lb. pkg;. ................53c

15 C 24 Ib. bag; .__.............1.19 Ib.r
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