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 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 21, 1936
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: UF00087294:00060
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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DAY LAY-OVER Redland District Ministers Vote POTATO CROP 25 PER CENT i j

.s To Start Dade Slot Referendum :


t IN HOMESTEADHIT By unanimous vote, the Remand upon petition by 20 per cent of TENTATIVE{ ESTIMATE NOW j
DMrkt Minister' *.* AseaetaU- the quaint elector ei any sour,. .
special session yesterday mam,* ty the county sjommieslanet* shag .x '
Ing: appointed committee to Initiate submit th sine machine question Air Conditioning Plants
BY LIONS *' a movement tof repeal of to DM voter at the next succeeding Two Youths Arrested Used in Freight Cars
the slot machine how a* tar a* general: election *" I
Dad*.County la concerned. The ministerial association voted -; For Four BurglariesElton of Damp Tubers ( j
Th committee consisting of also to ask tilt aid and adviceof -
Committee Appointed to A. A. Koestllne, C. N Walker R Jam** M Carson, noted Miami I McKemle and Clarence PLANES DUST FIELDS
G. Cowan M. A. Soper and C. CHansbcrger attorney who hat led campaign: demons, both whit and U, were TOO WET FOR TRUCKS
After
Investigate
arrested Salt night at their home
will go before the against other form of gambling:
t Indignant Talks Miami Ministerial Association at tn Dad County and the state of near South Miami by Constable
,. Its meeting March > and propose Florida. The committee win seek Jee Scarborough accompanied Apply Copper Lime Dust .
I CARRIER CANT WAIT a county-wide circulation of petitions I a conference with Mr. Canon by Deputy Sheriff Tom Vann to Control Blight
for a county referendumat I early next: week regarding the I and three Miami officer; on Says SteffanS
ON LATE
MAIL TRUCK
charge of breaking and enteringfour
the general election in Novem proper form of petition to be drafted -
ber. Its action will be taken un-I as the delegation wishes to be I i houses in the Remand District The tomato yield in Sloth Dade
Former Two-Man Route der the section of the state lot prepared to present the proposed :yesterday afternoon
I County wit be cut at least 50
j Now Serve by One machine law which provide that J petition blank when .it goes before I I The home Palm of drive C. Jackson and: Naranja, Coconut cent and the potato yield will per be
the Miami ministers.Judge
I reduced 25 to 30 cent
I road, "Dad" Bowman, Naranja per as a result
W. IL Beckham: of Dade
road, and Parker and of the rainy weather of the
; Dempsey a
DEFINITE MOVE County Juvenile court was unableto
It take longer for a letter tot Invitation negro In Goulds were broken into past two weeks County Agent C.
accept an to attend
to Remand I' It Steftani said last night HI*
fcvt from Miami thanIt the and lUna Jewelry and miscellaneous -
meeting yesterday because at
does for one to go from New FOR PEACE MAYBE 1 article stolen. estimate confirmed opinion expressed -
but
prior engagement sent a letter -
,York to Miami, residents oa therural his I Tb prisoner, taken to tie Dad earlier in the day by
expressing hearty: endorsement -
route Indignantly pointed out County Jail, will b* arraigned tonight Frank B. Rue and other seasonal
of the
proposed of the
plan
.t the meeting of the Remand BEGUN HERE association.Present at 7JO before Jostle of observer of glad farming in this I
District Lion Club Tuesday night at the meeting which the Peace Sid I..! Kendrick In area. The damage can not be accurately -

r 1 ., and Bum,*J.Wppecf Devi, prominent fruit, who growerv mad Rotary Club Endorse Suggestion was Chureh'of held Homestead la the .First were. Baptist! President Homestead..... .. r rti severaldays estimated of, however fair ..weatherhave until I

,the assertion, and Charles L. OuWrr Made L. L. elapsed they said. 1
by Koettllne, pastor, Homestead
Tomato who have planted
grower -
secretary on a committee of the club to were investigate appointed Chandler M. B. Church; Secretary Walker 48 BOOTH SPACES; in several plot aad have sore 'bon
Homestead
pastor Baptist high ground will probably make
.. tIM the eJubo situation and report back Suggestion that a definite movement Church; Mr. Soper, pastor, Red- ,RESERVED NOW\ : as much from those they have left '
land and Florida City ,
Tb delayed nail service causes to bring about world peace Communlt.11 a* they would oa the entire crop ,
serious tnconvnlMcf and .som- b* started by Rotary InternationalIn Churches; Mr. Cowan, I because of the better price a ,
times monetary loss to growers observance of InternationalPeace ver Paint Community au.j; FAIR ADDS TENT reduced yield will bring, M was
Wm. C. Taylor pastor, First
sod shippers who receive orders Week, which start Sunday Mid. Some grower, of course, t
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toe fruit tot pedal occasion and Feb. 23, the 31st anniversaryof byterian Church f ; lost heavily but mostly the los ; 1
g holidays. The rural carrier leaves Rotary's Inception, will be C Nazarene A. Condon pastor, Princeton I Tuesday, March 3, Dedicated was In the nature of a few row t
Church, Howard Eckel
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channel by drowned here and there.One _
Hoitestoad before the arrival of mad through propef Homestead to School Pupils I
NasareneChurch
the Homestead Rotary Club. poster effect of water-logged potato
the morning mail from the north
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Four The proposal for the Homesteadclub Oo. E. Deuel, retired, and Teachers'A fields I* to put so much moisture ,
Continued on Past )
Redland U O. Adams, retired,
1 ? W Initiate such a movement In the potatoes that they can
wa mad Wednesday noon by U Redland. visit to::Dade County Tropical -1 not be dried out for shipping by !! .
; L Chandler,a member of the club, Fair In the McCrory usual methods, and they win rot In \ ,'
AMPLIFIERS FOR In a talk to his fellow Roterlan Arcade, shows executive and superintendents transit if not dried. Big exhaust ;
Members present endorsed the BOY 4 FATALLY of various depart, fans and portable air conditioning I
PARKSUGGESTEDTOOTYCOUNCIL I suggestion enthusiastically ments extremely busy completingthe systems are being employed: In ,
Each member of the club agreedto HURT BY TRUCKDarts arrangements for their various an attempt to remedy this condi
write I letter to the Rotary displays while other are compiling tion. The air conditioning t Introduced !
Club now In process of formationIn the premium lists for the' by: Goulds Growers Inc Is
Sod Chow, China,. under the From Ice different departments and till done after the potatoes ar In the .
Cream
auspice of the Homestead club. A other are helping la many way freight car in which they arc shipped
s Too' Draft Ordinance Prohibiting committee was appointed to draft Store Into Path of Fair Manager H. E. Crandell, to market :Excess moisture
resolutions to.Florida's Vehicle who U at his desk from early removed from the car of potatoes
Liquor Servoing senators and representative 'In morning Until late at night, says can be seen in the form of a
by Minors Washington urging overly effort to Howard Left the four-and-a- that the response from exhibitor steady stream of water flowing out j ,r
-- obtain a post office building for half-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Is very gratifying and that not two' of a pipe. j I
Wy end mean of obtaining Homestead. Ben L. Left of 224 S. W. Second but three large tents will be necessary Appearance of early blight in f
t a public address system for Installation avenue was, fatally Injured Friday to house the exhibit,in addition some potato field >ttartedr" Dearly "
In Legion Park of occasions TILE to the tent that ha been al- (Continued tit Page tclv<)
for outdoor peaking will be loted to the poultry and goat how. *
studied, by a committee from the OITIoUl .,albs It may even be necessary'to rent
city council working with the Red' Esaorbr.ae 'another tent Mr. Crandall: aid. SAYS M PATROL
land District Chamber of Commerce. -, Date '' ) | | | The following have booth pace

The committee, composed I Feb.14'._ | | (Continued on Page Three)
of A. r. Webb. B. W. Morris and Feb. 15 .. BY NEXT TUESDAY
Hetty io<> *",.J....was appointed i
Feb. J8 ._, World's Fair on Wheels
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at meeting of tilt council
a MOD'I'I Feb. IT __ t
day night when the Rev. Feb. 18 WEA111E&I Now Showing in Miami, Promised by Cor. ShoHx
Walker, speaking as a delegate: -
Feb. 19
After From '
from tilt Homestead Townsend! The General Motor Parade of Request
dub asked that the Installation of' Feb. 20 Progress, the "world's fair 0111 Civic Cluba
amplifier be considered tor the I' wheel," reached Miami Sunday
city's downtown triangle perk.a P.-T.A. aDd I* now open to the public atBiscayne Tb traffic patrol:; for State Road
Upon suggestion of member of I boulevard! and S. E. 4-A, promised two week age fey
the cou ncc/l/ San Archer, president Second street. Goose halts wl.be Marled
Df the chamber of commerce, said! Cheat streasB-ItaH truck are beta* Tuesday Sheriff _D. CCaleman
tie would bring the subject before! Joined together to form exhibition telephoned W., L risk,
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the next meeting of that body,' Because the revenue for Florid point program of the Florida Education : hall which lead into the "big top". chairman of the committee of )led-
which will be held Wednesday: schools had dropped from 120- Association, Henry Filer The Pared of Progress, which I* land District etrte dub representative
slight of next week. 112.OOQ in 1(28 to I11.83J.OOO In Dade County school board .member traveling more than 20,000 mile *whoa request to the COM- )f
The council instructed City Attorney 1I34-- reduction of 43 per eeni told the Homestead P.-T. A. this year, portray the great con- ty ooualaaioner pad the nerM
O. E. McCaskiU t* draft, while expenditure other state at a meeting held In the If.", --0: by industry to for such a patrol mulled Jn, the .. l,
an amendment to the present ordinance departments averaged an Increaseof King Cooper school Monday eve human and happiness. A I governor** promise
: governing sale and licensing 71 pen cent. ,Florida Parent- ning. The four point program detailed account of the many exciting Sheriff Cokm Jt and Mrs. C*>** N y \;
of intoxicating: beverages, to Teacher leader *f the beginningof had been worked out by Mr Filer 'end mystifying device -I man) witt pet guests at-Jal foprtlng .J.
prohibit the serving of them by I this :year sounded the battle cry: who was president of the state exhibition was contained In a recent of the Uont CUB Tuesday might, "
i person under th.vg* *f. 21,74* for adequate financing lot ur gduratloe MMCUttoa 't tine tto.er, issue, of the Lgiader.Enter- Mr. Jlsk said whabf will be
ilU t (Continued on Page Four) schools; and adopted the four (Continued] on Page 'r' uve) prise. asked M ten>of the bew patroLU %)


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{i Paw Two THE I LF.AfI"R; ENTERPRISE Friday. February 21. 1936.
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would work in close harmony with I POLICE COURT ... 1
APPOINT JUDGES Would Have Raiford Raise Blooded I county agent to improve crops Five cases were disposed of In J
city court by Mayor Charles T. ,
FOR Stock Instead of Farm Products and control Insect pests, the screw Harper Tuesday night
LIFE URGES
worm and plant diseases They were M follow: J. QThlgpen .
The commissioner of agriculture drunk and disorderly, 1 ,
Nash, Fla.. Feb. 13-W. B. "Bud- commissioner of agriculture' control j
I'' I* also prison commlialoner! and forfeited $5 bond; Willie! Witherj
LIONS'JPEAKER dy1 Bishop Jefferson county farmer which I is collected In agricultural a member of the ktate board spoon and Perome Brown, disorderly
I and stock raiser and speaker of section for paid advertisingIn which make up what la, In-effect, conduct, (I ; 1
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the 1831 house of representative, local newspaper to create demand the board of director of thf'.tate. bonds! Joan disorder )
'"Would Keep Them From! advanced I plan for the reorganization for and assist In the sale of and Bishop included In tall platform conduct, ft or five day In Jill; !
Becoming Political of the Raiford prison marketable. farm products. plank covering his proposals Willie C?Jackson, disorderly, flS
Footballs" farm last week a* he announced Tills plan, be ..Id. would per- and policies M a board member. or 15 day In JaIL AH are De1 j
his candidacy for election u state mit profitable cub sales of standard peon .
comm *l'-r' of agriculture pack of syrup .sausage cured 1 i
Appointment ot judge for life Since the Raiford land I* unproductive meat, canned fruit ind vegetables
l or during good behavior to keep / for general farm the court front being political suitable to livestock production Florida farm H*Mlcj he favored Mathews Truck Line J
football, wu advocated br Judge Bishop laid he proposed that It the use of that portion of the advertising I ,
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.%>avid 1 Hetfernan of. the Dad be wed for the wiling of high fund collected in tourist I "
County civil court of record In an grade breeding stock for distribution area for effective advertising to
address on The Judicial Branchof a) eon let Florida farmer 1ncN_' the winter ort-buII- DAILY'SERVICE TO AND FROM MIAMI .
the Government", made to the This would make the farm productive net.
Redland District Lion Club Tuesday / employ the prison laborto
A* commissioner otagrlculture.Bishop ,
night Hauling From Boat Lines a Specialty
advantage and avoid the competition said he would co-operate "
{ 'In this country he aid, "the of prison farm produce with energetically with the national ad- ft
r court have become political footballs that of private producer, he aid. mlnUtrstlon' plan to restore farm MIAMI TELEPHONES -- -
t because the judge have to Bishop Mid It would kiss be his buying power and balance the .
Hop their work and campaign for policy to use the portion of the I price of what the farmer sells 3-1755 2-7392
4 i election I would suggest that tale advertising fund under, the with what he buy and that b..
( judge be appointed for life or'
during good behavior The power
of Impeachment would keep them
from being arrogant tyrant, and
\ they would not be subjected to
i pressure from political bone, who
have been known to approach a A TDETDDCH
I I't
1 judge with I threat of working I
against him unless he decided a
f case In their favor Fortunately
t the judge In this county have had
the gut to put such racketeer In
their place*-but the threat I Ia
there a* long a* judge are elect I
ed." I
The people often misunderstandthe I
power of the supreme court I ,
.' Judge Heffernan laid. t
The supreme court cannot remedy I ty
law or change them:' he laid r v'q' I

"It can only point out whether 01 j 4N tr 7eNiJ \, :
not they conform with the con
titution Here In Florida I knowof :; !
no legislation that ha dlipleat
ed the public to much at the ilot
machine law has-but thy supreme iI i
: :. ,
court of this state cents replace
: the slot machine law: that must be I
i done by ballot Th same thing it II I,
true of the AAA and the UnitedStates

Other supreme feature court of the program, I I) l

.1' arranged by John P Neafiey ,I .
; chairman for February, were a !
solo I by Paul Broeker of Redland,
r accompanied by Mr*. W. O. Tal
bolt; a German lullaby, J
by Mix Elisabeth Broek-
.'' er, with plane accompaniment by + M Ji
7{ i Mr1. Frank Steadman' of Miami of f' i
Jet!
Beach; and I violin solo by Mr.
Steadman, compose and violin, '''''.lffllm/RllbJ/! l //PiI'IIf/IIIII'! / !.r rl, #:

", maker one of his own compoeltion -
l'j j played oa I violin of his own
making /\IL-IIUSHED to a sigh of silence bow apt the Bank*i i.you'll never know

,} Mr.Neataey announced that next \J under Buick' siyle-tspered .until you drive a Buick and sample

I Tuesday, a scheduled Ladle bonnet,a frett-powered ve-in-head for-.yourself-theta' softness and their
Night, would also be Miami Beach )
engine wait to unleash a torrent of velvet command.!
night, with an hour-long program 1
of entertainer brought by J. a action *t your command. The first few times you sit behind a

Lemon recreational director of There'i thrill in It-and triumph Buick wheel find yourself .
Miami Beach, and an address by overtime you may
J. Harvey RoblUard, put district and distance. But more Important travelingaster than you think. No j

governor of Florida Lion Club there' eyewink obedience. car is more buoyantly smooth in.its
Quest Included Dr. Frank Dearborn -
power-flow, more deceptively effort
j of Modello; F. H. Strong of Teamed up with this ablest of driving MERE IN NON-WARPINO Imt.
less in its
swift"Bight.But .
; Woodbury, Conn. Dr. and Mrs. c. I
; forces is the newest and most highly dispelling cut Iron drams ouekliMd ,

: R.Wolf J Weaver of Grand of Angola Rapid, Ind., ;Mich.Earle: perfected system of hydraulic brakes. no car is more surely under con silk UIMM tnelslve. into ytffwtmw

Mlddleton and Thomas A. West of trol at all quicker, smoother ),OM ptMran.f yow foot se tkeUchtHKttag
Miami and Roscoe The quickest of stop is velvet smooth Buick ...... |>.Ul tolw
Mayor Brun- easier In its; slopping. If you must
tretter of Coral Gable under their self-energizing action. On M4 with aioltiplM ton*Ltalagi arenvmMt
drive with aa eye on the passing atohM. Paid tubes ate
the wettest of street there will be
minutes, do so in a Buick which tetl,set Mpp,.and ate tall.d to SM
DO slewing no swerves, for they are .....
m.tcheaencimr eierness"with tiptoe camas btfote leaving the
M automatically self-equalizinl. braking sureness, offsets highspotgoability i tutor?. ,... sh.e always ...-.-..
'g fun peeled with tile ...... Mfudhse{
Their action hal the smoothness of with dependable stop-ability. .,odM. *.>Ttstre isaslesaitanodesbnktag .

a dosing band Increasing Its grasp MrnM* 4u* to enma WMC

steadily to the maximum. Their steel- $765:'=:' sa."",..t:..:':: use saw one MueuUn4 is./.... Wmkf .
tendoned grip would halt a heavy -se..d.ed..d.e..f.r.a..e..er we.w.a be* ifn ioiu type
HENS LAY BETTER ON .. 00dws at w All Dew p.sue e.Ude
truck but it take touch of
only a a
NOW.... -.....as wad ..ea.w.a.N.s.e.avw' .

tiaintilyshodtoetoputthemiatoacu'on.We a.QUO MM -- .....
:ftlL.O.PEp 6% .NOW's bw MA..ed.sans sad 1w.sw.oue .
call them"tiptoe hydraulics,"and Hesse... ,.

It supplies your laying Kent with
the exact nutrition element

they need to produce more bid

better egg with lOUd abe *- &i'.1

the kind that bring better price.

FULOJPEP Ell Mash. keep

body weight and health in heavy ; .

Uvers wife they are producing;

1 the tfg that are aa Important PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.
part of the tin Income. ,

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.Eridav.. February 2L1980. _.. .. ._ : .THBiLEADER" &'lTERPRl E n w1C Po- 'fh-

i Aerial l Qown In Free .....---."- Wm....." Liking plclmre to CARD OF THANKS
48 SPACES !ljt' I !
.BOOTH Trapeze Act for Fair I .ItDiON TOPICS Illustrate the text ll', Wish 'to tn.nk .all our friands..

---.--...."- Mar Beilnnlnf of a aerie I for the beautiful now ra and kind '
RESERVED NOW of Lenten sermons. sympathy shown ut at the death of
; FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Feb. 22-Meraing. sermon 8T JOHYeTcHUKCH I our beloved wife mother and tit !!

FAIR ADDS TENTContinued The turning Christ Evening Feb. IS, Qulnqnuesina S..- I torE ,
F BjorkmftMr I
service: tent sermon. day Holy Eucharist at I a.
"The Shepherd .f Calvary", ...; Sunday school at It a. m.; I and Mr R. E. Workmen t
with special Scripture read- evensong and addreea at 7 St. Lillian Bjorkman .
( From Page One) him hymn and antheim to Feb. tS, St Matthias' Day Leonard Bjjorkman I

reserved now and other are being A, apply to the special them of Holy Eucharist at 8 a. m. (corporate Mr*. Peter Neltoon. ;
added to the list dally: Mr*. the evening communion of H'omen'" I I

Cine Stewart, W. N. Herod Co. "It exercise TOOT soul Auxiliary). t
(Falrbank-Mone). H. W. Flynn spend live minutes every Feb. M. Ash Wednesday VOTE FOR

(perfume. ). Future Farmers (1 morning thinking of tome food Holy Eucharist at ( a. m. followed I W. B. "Buddy"BISHOP
'unit*). Mr*. Kate Dane s
= you can do some OB*, and then by penitential office.
land Drove). H. A. CameBen do It." Auxiliary Lenten study clue I 1
W. Morris (2 unit). Redland "Rejecting things because will meet after service. ;

Community Church, vegetable I they are old.faahloned would Feb. It Friday Litany
department (4 unit). South Dade nil out sunshine" and address it 1:3* p. m. .- ; !

Garden Club Florida Power & II ._.._...;;;;.;;;.;.;;..;;..;.......;;;;;;..;.......,......., i \
Light Co. (2 units). Lawrence
Brat. Inc (2 unit). Federal I CATHOLIC CHURCH Homestead F. F. A. News "i d

Housing Administrate, 4-H Girls I Raymond: Melzora. comedian boor During Lenten season Holy at By Paul Shanklln N.t S !
Friday evening
o( Homestead, Home Demonstration with the Six Flying Melxorat, every -"."..".--...."...........-............... :
Club (Homestead). Sun Oil daredevil aerialists who will pre- ':U. : i
On Friday. Feb. 28. the Homestead !-
Co Citrus exhibit (4 unit). L. G. sent their sensational flying trapeze
chapter of Future Farmers
Buggies, screw fly eradication, act a* a fret attraction twice CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 1
of America will
Red 1 a n d community exhibit dally at the Dade County Tropical CHURCH present something :' i
Murphy, Stove i Gas Co.. Women'sdepartment Fair, March 3 to 7. Raymond: Feb. S3 LtMoa-termon I entirely new In the way of Q
American The title of the
playa.
(4 'units), Megrath- the only aerial clown In the world topic "Mind"HOMESTKAD.
play Is Young and Healthy". andit
Long Applluhce Co., Homestead doing him hazardous feat although Amy,
U unique In that all the character \ I
''l Methodist 0t,Church, Boy ScouU' handicapped .byvthe boat of one METHODIST .
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are young people. under
Fed, tl Morning ,
I first aid manual training (4 Units),. leg: message* the age of twenty-one J
"Background of Failure"
Home Demonstration Club (Red- !
land), 4-H Girls of Redland, special mode by choir of IS The play is filled with the spirit !
school exhibit (3 unit). Grapefruit Blossoms : voice Evening message of youth, and young and old will
Cost New Yorker $35 Where b :Tour Faith?* be delighted with the antic and FORCOMMISSIONER
,A: glance at the foregoing list
philosophy of these
1 young people
WJU show th beeneserved.apace PRESBYTERIAN: CHURCHFeb.,23Morning In the plav Youll scream with
have already Then Patrick J. OMalleyorNewYork
sermon: laughter qne minute and wipe OFAGRICULTURE
are several ether organization City, was fined $S and doats.'a to-
"Diseases of the Soul"' evening I away a tear the next Don't fail
:rut to be heard from and many tal of $35 in the Dade County '
sermon: "Prayer"REDLAVD to see this play It will be presented -
commercial contact to be made. I Court of Crime by Judge Wayne I| at the Neva King Cooper I ( Subject to
C. Allen, for stealing grapefruit COMMUNITY j School auditorium next FridayI Florida Democratic Primary)

Future Farmers Play blossom from the grove of W. H. CIICRCH I evening. Feb. 28 I "I believe the Dept of
I .
Mobley In Goulds Sunday afternoon Homestead will remember the
Feb 13-Morning aermontFellowship Agriculture belongs to the
: In Comedy Next Friday I He was caught in the act of the Saints or I excellent plays put on by the Fu- I people of Florida and should

by Deputy Sheriff. Frank Irwin Let All Christians Present a ture Farmer In the past and will not be prostituted to elfish

"Young and Healthy". a three- grove patrolman.He United Front at the Church", be waiting for the latest FFA. Interesti."-W. B Bishop1SMTY .
was given a preliminary Sermon at T p. one "Christian: i hit. Prices are lOc and 25c.
act comedy will be presented by hearing by Justice of the Peace

the Homestead chapter of Future Sid L. Kendrick In Homestead-. I

Farmer in the Neva King Cooper

[ School auditorium on Friday of BUSSES GO TO KEY WEST .
Text week at 8 p. m. The play la Bus service to K(:y West was
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t being directed by Geo N. Wake- started yesterday by -the Florida .'

r .tJeld,.. oh te *adviser, who ha Motor!; Lines. Busses leave Home- -:; "' .
made. juccesf of former Future tcad, daily at J a. m. for Key
r Farmer plays West and arrive here from Key
The cast i* compoeed of: Mia West daily.t.4 p. m
Katherine Vann Mill Jane Draper The Key West bound bus start
I I Mil Iva Dyal, Miss Helen West, from MIamI. at 7 a. m.. and the .
I Mist Hazel Pennlngtuii Mia Bob- bu from !Key West proceed onto
! ble Summerlin Tommy Moffet, Miami, arriving there at B p. I.
, Richard Mattson. Francis Irwin m. Mrs Ouaslt Joiner at .the
t Jphn Fredrick, Whitney Beam and Seminole Hotel la local agent for
Labon Bishop. the bus line.
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'I minor and secondary plant fond. You actually girt year tree Sum Is the flnt eonsldoratloa 10 building Ford

and vegetable a combination of major plant food, pins Minor FIRST ......Thus Ford was the finl low priced ear to bring yon the
).1'" and secondary plant feed without extra cost-when yea use lOW MICE CAR WITH extra protection of a steel body welded la one pleet. and r.ln.

<> Armoor' STEEL BODY forced with stcL Ford WM lie Cm low priced ear to protect'
all aJlaMnlxmefyoarfamUy"rely(laMall around at ao extra -
*f Armour* Big Crop I* a quality fertiliser made ta produce large
REINFORCED wrramn cot*. The Ford V-81* the brat low priced car to give you
fl.ld..r highest quality fruit and TegtUblta. Bee your agentor roper afety bna.w ll.Uch drums sad 186 square kehea
let one of oar experienced field men sanest a fertillilng
braking ..rr_ Ford anpet-safely brake are of the sum
schedule for your consideratlen-without obligation, of _...*. FIRSTLOW acting,pMilloaaoebaBie l design. aaedoa awa/of hlgbert

PUCE CAR WITHSAFtnGLVSSALLAROUVD priced car bert sad abroad J
Armour Fertilizer Work Jacksonville, Fla.
Examine the Ford V-8 mad you will end that aaJctUs: ;

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For Sale'b, triad and proved by anlUloB of mike oa, the hlgb-sj It |a y

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t II THE_M Innro.nCTrePBKFt< :Man Of House Vertebral Fell on Injarie Dies \" THE LIBRARIAN'S UBRB.RIAS CORNERBT I 74:I Lillie (


rabliahed Friday at HOW 1 Mitt. U U BOW.

Neal !! .. by UM Seatk Da e:' tarmeirbe .\ f'e Bird
Percy James Scythes and for theone : ,
gardener!
Publishing c., sugared avinal Volvo ei ana d'. .nUU Doc"sr5e I. t the amateur everythingthere q

AKCHCK JEdn brake sag.... M when the foal j I ..-..... ...4 i rtprsaev : who a to know know almost about flower It Told UsThat
ECU -
him. died It-I a. a
M on mwi
a home : i ... there ii always something
: a-4; t seems
5.tw.ale'It:
.u run> Oraawrt HuagieUI and their
Entered M se elect clan miaaatter cut teen about soils
Kant .. tilt. at the rBle .. until ttf was rW.tatf to vanthe This week we have a new book treatment one about rock (arden*, .

*at Ileawrteai.FterMa. and house at at South Kiwi at th I 1 lyEUcabeth. "The Jasmine Fanab ". hedge,, aspire eon binatiorr. border That grepefrtdt bIoeaomI would I

the art of Mirth 1. W*. venue for John FwsooR Is a gay story, from the momeal plant and flower bed The lOt cod tourists S35 a throw itley
time of the accident the unusual beautifully illustrated. the trouble to
take
oM. it open one empeets Book I* would
rmicc. M.M A TEA Scythes who was M year Uidhurst war in color and a bfolot'lIWUL
sen tiered and get It. Lady eleven till page omwlt tile grow owner
about
ness .. Ham to figure In Engtisnnciety and aixty-eeven in dou-
free' really a great hundred
a low m moths ago by bet I whole chapteron : .
to be reeognJaed blttone There a
LAYOVERIN otidneton, H J HI body wa She of the names of certain other-
a
1! DAY for burial bel; rat a stamp of respectability the pronouacUUon patron
.tent M Brktxeton Index
retard to have anything to do if flower and a splendid rl. popular barber were skittish
'turner Funeral Home with anyone. about whom a whisper which will help you find jut bout getting In his chair for a
HOMESTEAD He I*survived by his wife. Tee- of gossip was heard. So when what you want in a hurry Be- cia7 or two after his return from ;

ale. and a Met la Bridgetoa. I. bit of scandal wa traced to hn MUM we have only one copy of drat they considered a too-short
LION; Ibdhunt could cannot lend It. you with
mr BY two home Lady GIla book we C ondnement mump
Brooker Is Swamoed I DOt taU it. She fled from London will Had it in the reference room e .

W. D. Home Co. 52-X, Mcauce she could not feat, thai and you are invited to Dome and That doctor would hare no r
By Terry had hour or *o a day rouble In getting their mump:
Continued From Page One) Usgrae her daughter ... Spend an
( : might to the tastily he took with Richardson Wright bring etlent to stay to long: enough to
formert
because he has a route I w. D. Horn Co. swamp ivtuge at Jasmine Farm on the pencil and paper and make note teure safety If they'd Mr a reavered "

p i served by two carrier and amlet the Brooker Lumber Co. 5J-JX Mon- 'I Uviera. It I* Just a* good as the tor yourself and to pass along to adult victim to *tartpeaking
.. to cover
ant carry if lie Lutear I lay night in the second game oIhe rther stories written by Elizabeth your neighbor The member ofne In a 4ueaky ,..,

territory In daylight retire city league doubleheader Rah i Have you read "Father," "Xxpira- Garden Club are especially
when George: Rancan wa P. J.; of "ThePractical Thais redhead and a brunette
from
Mi Nurseries won I foesEnchanted! ApriT* For a aged to take advantage
rout be cant I who... Sally
S oa pension the .rnmklin. Inc. 3t-it. m the fin : Urn the identity: of this EUaibeta Book of Outdoor Flow.n rom Homestead
with Harry Cooneft. :lion' -. "chow the ether :
wa combined .Andre men -
shrouded in mystery .
I lam was I
} ehoeked to
Brooker and Home played to aiM rhea it became known she .WMtn ism in Miami wen
in community
our
I blind ;
ervkfrnos Have we nay heals thtre.MO .
i When the star Mat IMOctober tie in the first quarter bu English girt'ache nurried a who art able to read \and __ more

Miami wa Inaugurated train servteWk ;I Home pulled away and scored J 3erma nobleman. Count Vo Braille? R we have it I* possible

I after m0 the FJtrailway < ..: points to Brooker* one In thlecond 'tmum. She wrote "Klliabeth anri to have something fur their en- order house*, Public itaitieand
Ascormnued by third quarter Garden* which was firm, eeeretarleetcdve '
abandonment oj t; period. la the her German loyme&t In our library. The publishing
\ following er Home scored 21 whitBrooker t 10 popular and I* still read and Brotherhood for the the higheet average pay.
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: Uw Key Rent run, the matt sir but tth gym these American : the lowest Lan cites
wa making j w-ntad. by many. Iliad will furnish u* earn read- IUt rterk
arrived at 1:15 a. m.and Hea.,1rino train Vlyed last canto Bracket outscore: I"'ho are not at all interested fa big matter If we have any blindenon. for ever, type of agio work atudi-

tor tourist traffic la the north Home If point to U.t ( delight: the book. Sii who can read Braille. II 4CI the average woman drew ftt. i'
weather
by feel the for aecr*
readers
Gibb month. The average
Philip
disrupted tbI Erpenbacn and Campbell mete know of any will you please
l bewever., have ,,tbcw' strolling and you $IM a month a*against
office pi. the big gun for Home. Erpen : presence confer with the librarian? And U Wiea wa
that post y
t schedule so and trailing through the pages. Speak- cent 81 for file clerk
expect anything I tIi bech made 20 point Camp someone win give u* fifty
tamest seldom .' and Her Cenuuo3arden ctudy. the test'
m.Th bell 17. Brooker and Ovid soul ng "Elizabeth we can buy a little book by John The government
until 11 a.
,i their boxes ran made nine each for Bracket. <*remind u* of on of oo W. Quits 'How to Read the Bible'which of its kind ever made "is a high i'
j\ result of both these factor I Barrow made 12 point an(I'.sew books '"1'be Practical Book may help those who have ribut to the eonunereial teacher !I

.i b that mall I* received by KFJ l Wynn ten point for Walta I tt Outdoor 1'I wen" by Richard- to wee yet see not In our public schools and business )'
<< patron at least 24 hour alter I It against Franklin. McCormklmade t ion Wright. This i* written foi r rye DDegeV declare Dr. Gregc 1

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anrves in Homestead.ASITLIFIERS! eight points for FrankUn. Whatever criticism mat be dt r,
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)} --FORPARKSUGGESTEI R, D.-i --m-: HearVaried Secretaries: Get the Highest Pay; acted jethoda at it pment-day i* apparent educational that eduea- .! '

1't' Program Monda;rj! "And Why Not?" Asks Dr. Gregg Ion andM for" business la in capable .iR

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) nt Association aoeetlitfonday New York Feb. JO Why does shorthand and other course DeCN-1 Grows Under Lawrence g,
ouNCIL
tj TO CITY : evening in the Farm Li.:t the secretary that dee ex machinitt any to a successful Caner fa i

( 'I School auditorium. Luther Man I the American business office hemelee lay*. The girl whoa economicnecessity receipt of the ..V
work for Last month'
'J er will show moving picturhieh higher average salary tha; compels her to office IDIomute.d fl
a :
telegraph
Continued From Page One) he took In China and !Ira lU other classes of female office a Bring will never get further than Western Union exceeded own of S

Rev K. A. Soper who address.. 'reOewrtooe National park laummer. Oleesident ,!help? That this fct true I* todl- the switchboard poorly-paid routine the office typing filet U January) IMS, by 30%, according
W. Johnston and
behalf of the JIe4.o.I Wm. mead by a report Just published completed
the council on Lawrence who
ambitionto H.
and to C.
'. Ministerial Assoei 1 : c< the association, abourne. : Women Bureau of the U she hasrtt the punk the
i\ land District by the herself for a secretarialcareer hi tenth year a* manager in ;
\ 4 tion.. Mid the state Uw ajreax 1 ,-.. department of labor a* a IIIdeto prepare shorthand Homestead office yesterdayFrom .
ot the) If she knows her
i H. L Crandeu. manager : work.
this provision. girls seeking office lit. Lawrence -
OJ contained (
3ade County Tropical Fair wtUI circle and curve she win soon ant operator
Councilman J. U Burton and t the so tnade. The answer I* very simple according leave her unfortunate typist and ) and one messenger boy. the a
Jr.who went "I port on progress ::1 Dr. John Robert Gregg to Include: Mr. ),
Henry Brooker. and Che*, a Dean of 0Siventde to : file clerk sister far behind"The force .. grown '"
Jacksonville .or. cornuiutk Jmll'OftllllNl&cI : DaUonaDy known authority or Lawrence; twe operator Woodrow -
with PWA authorities to dull) business education and founder ol W.weuI surveyshowed Prldgen of Lumberton. N. C
ion win ..-Jt. I that U.OM women sgirl
among
whistbears
understandingrules of Home,
council' the system Miss Roberta
the I selecttm win I f office task In and
trwntfone
A various
at
governing the light and wa.. : I bit Mme The secretary employed student Mis Dorothy Bowen L tf
stayed by Edw Burr John 1 If b bank. advertising agenda*. Instsr- ; a
net ah*'eM take ] boy
improvementa ha proven and two messenger
er system Uarkleadencn and I
ashore Ormond Cash. investment ;
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r companies -- t.1
ol Once
1 IWtbo. herself to than study
approved
.\ $2S.000 recently and Lee Claddrnemben applying ... \
er with a 11.000 grant, reports < Redlsnd High Scho ';1
e
that no nstrictlonaW be put land IV f. Graham and Chaaehenbcrget :t tw
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on the city'use of light and",1IIer' FAIR
TROPICAL
j will play a law COUNTY
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Sirepayment.
revenue a* song a* provision Pore and accordion solo. All DADE J

j Insurance and inter .re Invited to attend. Bcenered

were observed.ptedThe taunt PIN. : DISTRICT IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION
thereupon, of Local F.F.A. THE REDLAND
: Heetlnt
ordinance authorising t..

drawn proper officer to execute the atessary Broadcast by WQA3 ROUND RD. & COCONUT FAIN DIIVE. RAECfl 3rd to 7th,1936AGRICULTURAL

paper Incident to obtaur ;1
big the loan which wU be secure A regular meeting held by ttbenestead
by revenue cerbflaitos: The atdlnene ...' Chapter Future Fatn U011E DEMONSTRATION HORTICULTURAL ;

expressly state that i.;i.r Amerkn. wa broadcai EXHIBITS Exnmrrs
taxes shall ever be levied M p*' are Station WQAU Sunday alcrnoon EXHIBITS

the principal ... Interact of Oxloan. in the Dade County: auto
GOAT SHOW
.die !lour.I POULTRY SHOW .

o.ar.cnrFrank Est feported 1 I The president. John Fredrtd For the Many Prtmimas.
that be Had bed the anunleipi :I_ la chart at the meeting, an.. Pin Year Exhibits Nov. Compete

swimming pool Inspected byengineer a. the following commit dab Blanks at the Fair Office. Premium Books will be ready next
who said the leak in Uw ten pw reports: project AJvtn. Get Entry

deep end of It could be fixed wit immotie, oounty federation An.. week. Write. phone or call for one

steel tie rods and reinforcing atftl coy Cheshire; poultry Town
and a certain amount of new con toilet' : play Tommy Moffett' MANUFACTURERS

Crete A permanent swlmmln peratire marketing Virgil Cren MERCHANTS S AUTOMOBILE
pool committee consisting of lien: athletics Lewis AJdricl; IMear" EXPOSITION

Councilmen Webbs Sutton Mot.. project program' J Ilonlnger .
rU and ... was appointed to Dade County Tropic[ Plat of Exhibit Tents may be seen and space reserved at the Fair Office

study tike situation and,.pcN11111e11: htr booth Franda Inrtn-
to the council tt will inveatigata The Future Fanner string oflieitra THIS IS YOUR FAIR-BE THERE

report by an inspector of ::: played; and Cw boy an&
hoatta department that MRail to the F F A."
state I SENSATIONAL
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system of draining and tUltai th. -------- 1 Z5 HIGH CLASS

pool should be changed in onie,, I. E. Choir to Give AMUSEMENTS | FREE ATTRACTIONS

to protect the purity of the tity Concert Next Frida,;,

( drinking The contract water for eoHrrtlon N 48 Ex&Kt Spaas lave Been Reserved. You Mad Better Burry. j

awarded to J 3.J The choir of the Homette

garbage a. nb..1M4 we of f Mf iwiirth "rethodlst Church atsitted b, OPENING TUESDAY I EVERY DAY A ;
who said he}1M'I\bft'I ., other choir wd giv ME AT GRAND ,
WUHame I
ty thought Georg the contract called tocoUectkM concert, In the*uditortum e< tb 4 IJIEET FAIR MARCH X 1D.1. M. | SPECIAL DAY
CooWr School sea
In the bmlnrse distric; eva King

only, withdrew his bid of $100 j riday will*ventnset be neSttaUssibn am, o'clod chart FAIR HEADQUARTERS McCRORY ARCADE.BLDtL
tier
that the contract

It was. specified eotphasUed reableacef garbage and coOsctsBi Moines I I I!I8UD Mat a to free defray will offend tee est will of th b.. Open a.an. t. '7 .. .. psiy. _-__+ .- ._ ___ _____ .Phone-SU-R- .- I
Irons *a
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pUon and that no ,
.u>d* of the colored tvctaocv
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) Friday February 211936. THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Par Five
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I Brooker Nosed Out Redland to Play Last Font City League Games." tnow retrain:: MOVIE ttea. wa town last night bt'Leg- \
VXDE AUSPICES OF FJPJi. Ian ball under the auspice of tbe
Game of Season Tonight Slated -for Next Week "How Crop Ant mrUUsed. a I Homestead Chapter Future Fainter I
By Walton Home
! ; the ot America Admission
\ Bedland High School will fin talking picture produced by wa I
Monday night P. J. Franklin,, tree
Chilean Nitrate ot Soda organtea-
Defcats'Franklin lib Its 1115-38 baaJr.etbaJllCbedula Inc.. will play Brooker LumberCo. __-n ______
tonight with a game against Pompano .
and Walton Nurserle will
High School la the Redland
After trailing Walton Nurseries gym Th game will tart at'-30. play W. D. Horn (?o. In two City I
' for the first three quarters in a Redland lost to th* flying L'a League basketball game
City League basketball game played of Fort Laudevdale In the Redland Th FrankluvBrooker paw,
will start at 7:30.On
Wednesday eight, Brooker gym Friday night. >>-Zf.. after r rn
Lumber Co. went into the lead la leading nearly all the game, and Wednesday game postponed
the hit canto: but was noted out to Miami High ,Tueday night In. from Jan. S3 will be played. Wal ; ,
ton and Horn will 'i'ia
by play the flrjtgam
Walton 31-30. Miami by the top-heavy score of
and Franklin and Brooker 8'i
Tied
26-28 at the end of the regular 39-10.
will the
cam. W. O. Horn Co. and In the Miami game play nilM-cap. '
P. JT. Franklin, Inc. played a five WM without the service Bedlaocll( Either Walton w Horn must
minute overtime period In which Campbell star guard. Tommy win both fame to win the eeeonft I' "
Home made tea points to FrankUn'f Campbell was the high point poorer half championship. If each lean
win a gam, a play-off will be
two, to win I8-J9. for Redland with five foul shot f 8 'I':
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Ovid Sullivan WM high scorer against Miami High. Mullin played necessary to decide the winner A f '
The winner will than I
enter Into
for Brookes with li point French a good defensive game. De Val- II
4 W the Walton entin play-off with Brooker. winner *fl i : .
scoring with nine waa the outstanding Miami
the first half, to decide the
point Klkh and Wynn were player counting ten points and League championship.The City r1 r
don behind with eight each. guarding well Miller of Miami
team standing ar* a* follows ,: \1
Walton ran up a 10-4< lead fat the I also made ten point :
tint quarter. Th score at the ,
Team W L Pet.Walton : t f
halt Bradley. HAS 47 Points
WM Walton IS. Brooker 8. _.
; In the third quarter Brooker (cored Over His Nearest Rival Home ,.-_-_ _--_-_-.-n'I 1 1 .8J7 JU1
13 point to Walton' seven to 'il'il'if
I Brooker S S .286
BradleyTwTlX: n no ;
Make the score Walton 22. Brook Bill Horn,Co. Franklin 0 T .000
n
er 21. alar I* leading the coring in the
j y Bradley led for Horn with 24 City Basketball League by a wide Colli--
,,' point Erpenbach. tan center margin. H* i* almost certain to Mrs. Eva Erects I 'if
who ha made 3* point In bit last I win the d* lux Gillette razor New Apartment Bldgl!
two fame, was completely out- donated by the Leader-Enterprise I
1 center by McCormick: Franklin I to the high scorer, a* there are A duplex apartment building I* : ,
, f who held him to ave points. I only two game remaining and beholds being erected on the Dixie highway '
Charles Sullivan was high scorer I a 47 point lead over Angel by Mr*. Eva Collins on the STANDARD OIL COMPANY l
for Franklin with 12 point McCormick Barrow his nearest rival. lot next to the borne which she "
counted 11 and Qoningereven. I Points scored by the player built two yean ago.
taking part In four or more game She ha teased her former home INCOMFOtUTtD- KlNtUCKV
A field goat by Sullivan with i are a* follow: which I* on the corner of Bia- JJ1
lea* than thirty second of play 1 I Bradley 171; Barrow. 133; cayne drive and the Divte highway,
remaining tied the score in the Brooker 136; McCormick 11J1 to Princeton Hospital In*. l.
fourth quarter after Franklin had I II Read, 112; Ovid Sullivan, 93,
steadily wiped'away the 1J-T Wad I Ii i I Wynn .3; Field, 89; Erpenbacb
i that Home had at the halt Charles Sullivan and Elmer Sullivan H
I I 68 each; Gen Campbell,
,67; French 55; Tolaon and Klich, ,
; Last Game on Card 1'43 each; Harold Campbell 35; .- ;

:Oonlnger 34; Hemming, 33;
Lost by Homesteads i Brenner 31; Pulley 23; Bauer 24; r 1
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ICo*. 23 Aldrich 13; Eparkman
i to Delray Beach I 12; Shaw. 3; ;Lehman 3.
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Field Goal-Misses by Locals Homestead III Swamped

I, Feature 37-28 By Miami Edison 44-17 t j

Defeat Homestead High School was
overwhelmed by Miami Edison
Homestead High School lost to I High School basketball team Friday -
the Delray Beach High School!) night, 44-17 in the Edison \
basketball team Tuesday night in gym The B team wa badly beaten
Delray 37-28 in the hut game on by the Edison juniors 30-13. I'I'I'
this Ie_'* schedule. DelUnger Homestead's leading \
Dellinger captain, the moat experienced ,scorer, was completely smotheredby :
player on the Home- the Edison guards and didn't ;
score a paint Rohrer led tee ,
steadydreg Homestead scoring wWN_ : !
wont game of his three year of I points, and Hacker was second '
high school basketball He made with five. .
three out of :24 attempted field Lee, Edison center wa highpoint
goal shote. Most of the shots missed scorer with 16 point Warren
were around the basket made five out of six foul shots and }
I Earl Smith around whom the two field goals to take second
\ team will be built next year, mad place In the Miami scoring.
on fluid coil out of thirteen attempted Cunningham made seven field
The shots milled by goals for the Edison: Junior team. NEW PERFECTED HYDRAULIC BRAKES e a e
Smith were mostly screened act
shot = field goals gad Heckler: two. ,VAL I.IK-BJAD ENGINE a FULL-FIOATING BEAR AXLE
Rohrer wa the high point scorer Montgomery wa th* high scorer -
with three field goal and for with tea ,
on] Delray point
foul hot Mattaon made three Adam nude lour field goal. make Chtvicltt the woild'i .,.al..lllock value :


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....- puZZln -"..- la the entireowprice

KILGORE'S AI { range the 14truck that _

money can bay it. and the moat economical -

BRED-RITE SEEDS. t track for ell-round duty-that' IfIW m... OM..WIOJI

Maw 1rUrlCTED: the new 1936 Chevrolet See these new VAtVI-IN-BEAD ENCWI

XTVaUVUO laUZZS Chevrolet track*-(object them to any with &-.*l h.w.poir r.

always aqaUse4 for quick, teet-1Dd will iMrMM torque, gneu
and.ary t>competitive you
Feraiizer awtrriiig,?atnicat an*"atop* Hwy hit r-4 r\
bow that they're eM _lJ'* iMJtiat

JlsA-potttmd truck and therefore theworld' ;

'4 CrateMaterialJ !) greatest Taloea ," ..

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Bean Hampers ... ftt&..
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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday February 211936.
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__ r T now has a assent," -frey kitten.. Sirs.'Haile'g Home Burns I afternoon after efforts to get fire '>'II <; ,

Mrs. B1 d's room he* its bullet- : trucks from Miami failed.
To Ground at Perrine
. Homestead High School News :n board decorated with hatchets The fire which started In the upper

1 of and Washington flail a* well and a* Lincoln.with pictures The .large two-story house at burned floor slowlSeneugh from a kerosene to enable shove, .a,i :

By LEOLA LITTLE Mrs. Flfleld's Perrine belonging to Mrs. EstherV. volunteer workers to remove everything
_-...............--.-"--......-............ ______ __ .-.,_-_.-._" ."._-_..-.,._._ drawings class of the has life made in freehand the HaUle, and occupied by Mrs. from the lower floor. ,
Since the seniors have only four Plant Life" at Legion hall desert Halle and her son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Blake are the par. ,.i "
more months of school left, they The basketball tournament will Miss Ray's room welcome Van daughter Mr. and Mrs. F. & Blake, ents of Mrs. Herbert Turner 1)f I

have decided to get down to real be held at Miami, >dton gym. back after three WSSkaof.Wnw.. burned to the ground Wednesday Homestead.
bard study. In two weeks time March 6-7. There will be three The room I* decorated with i Washington ,.f.:
they have completed a unit of sessions Friday of four game each. and Lincoln work. In language -
work composed of the lives and The tint game will begin at s this week the class is making THE REMAND CAFE
works of Bacon Jonson and Milton o'clock. Homestead will play Its a picture story lesson of the MRS. A. NABOBS, Prep.
The tests over this unit showed first lime Friday at 4:30. On Saturday Blue Boy. SUNDA DINNER SOc
these results the there will be four in
: highest score games
Miss Dorsey is absent from VEGETABLE PLATE M* CLUB BREAKFASTS 25* HI
tll, was made by Ruth Tower; the morning, two In the afternoon,
school: this week because she has PlATE LUNCH WITH DESSERT AND DRINK 15*
twenty-one other students made and one at night! when the winners the
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mumps. all hope she recovers
above BO 10 made above SO, four will play for the championship Mrs.
quickly West
1* substituting -
made above 70, and two above 84 Tickets will be on sale at the for her this week.
The next school play, "From school: house. A season ticket s
Shoat Gap to Harvard," will be I costs 7Sc and a session ticket costs Miss Williams' class has made ass I
presented March 13. In the cast 25c. Saturday night will cost SOc hatchets and cherries In honor of
are Effie Booth. Martha Close, If you don't have a ticket. A pu- Washington's birthday The class
Akin Bridges, Theodore Franklin pil will be excused only if he purchases received a letter from Geneva
Nelson McCourtney, Martin a ticket at school and presents Neb., telling about the school work
Bishop, Naomi Davis, Edwin! Lawrence It and a permit from his parents the climate and the town there.
Virginia Frick, Joan Kel- to Principal Sommers. Therefore, this class Is going to answer J
lum. Bonnie Bell Myers, Billy and tell about our school and
I The citizenship grade will be on town.
Clark Lois Walker and Willela a separate card for grades nine
Bullard. Labon Bishop is promp- to twelve this semester. Therefore Mir Jackson's room receivedone ,
ter and Mr. E. B. Blackburn. our no grade for citizenship will of the P.-T. A. dollars last I
public speaking teacher, is director appear on the Individual report Monday night Billy Dupose was 1e I
card The home room teachers welcomed Into Miss Jackson's 1t
The seniors are having skip day will receive the raise cards and room this week. The clsss is now h 1I
a today will add the amounts and divide having better attendance because
The sophomores have won the by six: because we have six periods the almost all of the pupils are over r
P -T A. dollar again. The sophomores each day. This will be addedto mumps. i
and Mrs. Field wish to or subtracted from our original Miss Nyberg has been absent I 1t
state that It's not all to the stu 85. The teacher has the right from school the past few days be- : J
dents' credit but also to the creditof to add to, or subtract from, the cause of Illness.HOMESTEAD. Caw R"4 Rapirya erg ... sb':

the mother and fathers who are grade according to the student's ... until .woo fir ibis alas .
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behavior the "' -
home
during
Interested In the welfare of their room
children. Miss Hsyden's room, period and when the pupils are 4-H CLUBBy You'll find them everywhere I If Ir
} which has been their chief rival Is not in any classes. Therefore, the I Lean Little 1E 1I
to be congratulated on winning students should be on their best
second place. The sophomores are behavior at all times. The pupils I
their
carrying on a temperance pro- are asked to look after their school When the club girls met in If'IGS r L.;

gram. One day every month for better than they have been doing Clubroora Jut Tuesday their record .. .. I.t
the next four month they will I I hertofore, because paper, Ice cream I books were checked. They talked r .
have a program In their: room. At sticks and candy sticks detract of having another candy ". I JJ
the end of this time they hope from the beauty of the school Norma Coalman was elected song .t

everyone in the room will sign the I Mrs. Johnson's home room has leader. Songs were then sung by '. "A Roof for Every Building" (
pledge. The paragraph taken, planned a weekly schedule: for the the group. .
,from Silas Marner are gradually home room period: Monday, riddle Those present weraf: 1'il"Ak( ,.' O.'aO ....... ef twiUli>c-4rwi doe Us*** factory down to tlwaa.Osst .
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piling> up. Soon each pupil will or joke; Tuesday, .story; Mary Duncan Mildred and Maifgaret sUd-reiH tnJ Carey lUUr R fermM T-...-..... .
have the storjr ; ,I' 'j. I Wednesday, assembly or study Field, Prlidlla Tread?,Lo q- -- TWi UtlaJ ty 5J y ue..fottM HBsrincssaj aids : ; a
The ninth grade Is studying period;Thursday, character building belle and Ooldia. GrenneU, Sloulse riftel c'T' b
"The Lady of the Lake'and making I class; and Friday, a story. On and Norma Cowman Freda Han 'f '; 1 )
scrspbooks. The eighth grade Monday night at P.-T. A. there cock Catherine Orfanedes, An-
Is studying "Snow-bound", while were sixteen parent present for nabell Redd Julia France Sullivan Brooker Lumber Co.Phone
the seventh grade Is dramatizing this class but next time it hope Katharine and Elizabeth Williams I'f
King\ Arthur and HI Knight. to have 100%. Edna Booth is now Virginia tanner, Iris CaP-
The girl of this class are drawing the reporter. Unger, Mrs. Harry Wolf and Leola 62 Homestead, Fla. Itk
pictures and have completed the Mrs Becker has Europe's royal Little.
r round table which Is Drawn like family tree on her bulletin board.
j i [ the picture that hangs on the wall Mrs. Becker says that since we
k In Winchester Hall In England.The hive a new grading system, the tt
I boys are earning special knighthood students had better get to work or NOW I A Complete Railroad Service for Doorto ai 1
( card which will be a raise they will find themselves far be- Door Handling of UM Than Carload b
i on citizenship I low. s I V
I "" The eighth grade, Mine Hayden's I The home economics girl have Shipment at Low Freight Rates
: home room, won one of the P.-T. I( started fitting and cutting the garments -
I A. dollar lilt Monday night. that they are making this i3pe G
iI The seventh grade is studying month. The 12th grade la making w
'i electric and gal meters in mathe- a party dress, tailored suit school 1/
:,' mattes This Include reading and dress or a silk dress; the tenth
I figuring Mil. I grade is making a silk or school
The table of trogooometrie dress; the ninth grade a sports or .
bone is being studied tit afternoon dress; tbe eighth grade, yH
metry.' fWle.1 I a play suit, kimono, lath robe, '
Ii The general science cl.. beach pajamas slack or negligee; '
f studying the various ,. of and the seventh grade, a straight RN.,
; transportation. Son are making slip or nightgown. :E.
1 electric motors as extra work. The sanitation class; studying
The biology class is studying the the lungs and their duties. The BLESS ; "
r relation of plant sad animals to girls have alt been weighed and THM .Cjw.
their environment. measured to see if they were 10
The chemistry class Is studying pounds or' more under or above nCARLOADFREIGHT all
hydrogen sulphide and the commercial their normal weight If so, this lee
method of making sulphuric will be corrected. The test results i I son
acid and the use of hydrogen I have been received. ,
.
sulphide. Billy Arthur and Doris Thompson Is out with the +t
Bobble Caves are making an apparatus I mumps. This 1* the first time er;
that take nitrogen out of that she has been absent this year. auto
the air to make fertilker. The fifth and sixth grades have '
In useful science the class Is 'written and illustrated stories of OR AN ALLOWANCE. .
studying the barometer and its Washington and have decorated ..,of av. eeais per kaadr.d Pounds is made if Yee prsb )
rlises. their bulletin boards with them. r to make you eve dnyse unagmMols. ba
The Future Farmers are presenting Mrs. Wsbb's home room won ONE TRANSACTION ..
a* their annual play "Young the P.-?. A. dollar last Monday ISO pkoM-tk ftMl 4fdjM 1LW
><> eke iMt Calls lot eolUds
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aDd Healthy" on Friday, Feb. ... i night. Dolly Carter and Yvonne aid .Uvn at the door Yea spedly.'ONE'RESPONSIBILiTY. .
Last night the T. T. A. presented Pollard are aick this week The
'-a free moving picture'on the I class is SORT to lose Mary Ann
I "Growth and Development of Branford who has moved to Peonsjlvaula Lihsa.d s-ar-nsbllisy b N. tam. He is eel.Jillu .
fectod sail tt la deli
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and FloridaOily-GoaUIIualq ,
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In and Around : Mrs. M. A. Soper will deliver tlo. 1Joo 41A M
N : the evening sermon at the Community -
Church next Sunday evening

Special-At Sears"Ocean
Homestead
't Ina Mae Walkup returned last
week from the Kendall hospital

!,J.. where she. underwent a throat( K,
operation.Will
. MM. I.. R. Toy will return Monday Mr*. Coker her daughter, Miss '
,'j' to her home In Charleston, late, Martin, and Mrs Poky Rhode left last week on I
3. c., after pending ten day with Coats pent Wednesday at the famines trip to Dover, Del
her parent, Mr. and Mn W. A. Coker home. Ceo. Qulnlf of Detroit Mich, 1*
Shuler. Mr*. Woodie Maddox of here for a couple of week*.

,1 Lakeland who accompanied Mr*. Mr. and Mr*. Roland Shannonof Geo Richard of Georgia arrived t
Toy for I visit with her parent, Benson Spring and their two last week for the winter. t
::; Mr. and Mr* J. W. Conner, will children Joseph and Marian visited .
'Jw: return during this week-end. the Rev. and Mr A. A. Koest- Bob WhlddTrTof Arcadia I*
.. line from Sunday until Tuesday staying at the J. H. Dixon house.
," Leo and Ernest Bishop who are Mr. Shannon I* superintendent of
Mr. and Mr Hardy of Dayton City"Trolling
r, making their home in Charlotte, the Methodist orphanage In Ben 0., were Florida City guests on
N. c.. left lilt night after pending son Spring. Wednesday.
'.\ ten d y(-here with their parent, -
\ Mr. fend Mr*. Leo. E. Bishop. Al, Ray Ward of Miami pent the Mr. and Mr*: Charlie Duke of ReelA
fred Deaton of Charlotte who cam week-end with Mr. and Mr*. H. A. Washington are occupying apartment

with them, returned Saturday.Mr. Cameron. at the home of Mr*. B. H.
'I Edward 15.00 Value
Mr*. O. T. Whitney of Modello I
and Mr*. Cordon Ivey art baa been in the Post Graduate
announcing the birth of an eight- hospital for treatment since Friday PRINCETON '
pound ion, Cordon Jr., at the PostGraduate Mr*. A. W. Mrtleker Correspondent y1'DS 9a.95
hospital on Feb 15 rT.
Mr. and Mr. Sam ?
Gaylord of Mr Ed Mill and son were caller -
A daughter wa born to Mr. Akron, 0., and Mr. and Mr Win. at the McVicker home Sunday.
and Mr*. David Heftier on Feb. field Webster of Coral Cable, Take apart mod L Open top frame of nickel silver.FreenpooL .
'; .' H at tbe Post Graduate hospitalHer spent Wednesday with Mr. Web- Mr. and Mr*. G. D. Barcus, Mr. Star drag and sjncro mesh gears
weight wa even and a halt ster'i brother and ilster-ln-law, and Mrs. Geo Walker and Mrs.

pound- Mr. and Mr*. J. H. Webster. H. J. Gilbert of Miami were cauer CASTING ROD: SH and here on Sunday. Aluminum handle with cork trips. Solid elect
Mr*. Della: Green of Tampa, 1.98
Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Jackson of Up. Acatln asides and Ups. AIM valoel
worthy grand matron of the O. E. Miss Ann fields of Atlanta who
Plummer drive are entertaining S. of Florida, visited here from I* visiting her sister, Mr*. Homer OCEAN TROLLING ROD: 7% rix-plete: laminated -
Mr. and Mr*. John Lloyd of Monday till Thursday with Mrs. Fields, 1nr Miami, wa a visitor bamboo tip. One-pleee construction with
Springfield Man. who are taking Lee H. Lehman and Mrs. Ceo W. here Tuesday reversible guide Chromium plated reel teaU 8.95
an extended trip in their ...roa Turner Scored wood bait. A K.M Value!
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car. They left Springfield on Jan. Mr*. Smith4;; liter, Mrs.
CASTING REELS 10 yds. Solid bran frame
1, when Mr. Loyd wt granted a Mr. and Mr*. N S. Ulmer of j Mamie Hunt, Miss Ann Daust and Chromium finish. Double balanced bandit*.
six-month leave of absence fromthe Bucyru, 0., who are spending the Min Kitty Kettner called on Mr. sears with anti-back lath. A MO Value! 2.89
buaiaesr house of which hale winter in Like Worth visited yesterday and Mr, A. W. McVicker recent
manager, and they plan to stop at with their cousins, Mr. and 11 MOHAWK REELs S5t yd*. Bakelite"
the of interest to Mr G. plate Polished Bkktl trim. Free ipooU Star
paint! a* they go N. Ball Fred Lott of
drat. Ideal for tart casting er light tr fflng.
California by the southern route. Pleasant .Lake, bid. pent Wednesday She Wa Just a sightseer A ..M.Valoet 3.98
j -'-- at the Ball' home. .fn. William had Just returned
.. Mr. NtDd'Mr*. Norman Oakley from abroad, SEARS--STREET FLOOR
. have seturne*to New Jersey after Mr*. W. D. Coker pent Thursday "DM you go tq Rome" asked a
: a .visit .beret; with ->>t. Oa"' ,'* in'South Miami with her ton friend. ROEBUCK &mSfi
' brother and and dauihter-ln-law, Mr. and. iJr*. "I ) "
rtt Me. and *. : te.a1l1.dol). know m:? dear 4-
dO. Mr. I.Oakley ; Howry I. I. Coker. replied the traveler "You see, my
Bird. 13th to 14th St& Miami +
'" Biscayne ,
tract husband always the tickets
bought
; Mr. and Mrs.: L. L. Owen announce -
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the birth of and -&x.
an eight
Mr., ,and Mr*. W. J. DurjnUrqt i half -- --
pound MOD Saturday at the "
Dull and their 'three children Hunt hospital. I .
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have rented the Thayer house f. ;
lately vacated by Louis Wolf Mr*. Eva Collins has been seriously -
............-. ill for two week at her home
Mr. 3. F. Crawford and daughter on the Dixie Highway
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Dolores, of West Palm Beach WE STUDY YOUR
spent the week-end with her
FLORIDA CITY
brother-in-law and liter, Mr. and
Mr*. Glenn Smith. Mrs. W. W. SeTery, Correspondent t''

_..... IT fERTILIZER NEEDS : )
Mr. and Mr*. Glen Wilson of Beginning March 1 the Rev. M i
Glenameyer, Ontario pent the A. Soper will deliver a aerie of : "
week-end with their cousin, Mr. Lenten sermons at the Redland "'l
and Mr*. E. A. Ennia. -;

For eleven have been studying the fertilizer ..
we :
Mr. and Mr. Roland Weaver NEWT G. BALL years I'

Mr.Weaver. Weaverlister and Mrs. Weaver's-lister, Miss Bertha "Trml requirement of South Dade County soils with the result I : \

JI1a..TMker an of Angola; Ind.., '-LTSVRANCB AND 'u that'we'have constantly improved our formulas wherever If 1
peat Tuesday with Mrand Mr* Km>RED tanaW ;
N. O. Ball and Mr and Mr Geo.
31:.Baed. K. Aroma .*.. possible. When advisable, we have introduced new fertilizer -I

Mix :Faye Brooke New York elements. We promoted the use Manganese Sulphate : r ',"71'

City who has been pending I Edward diversified instead of I t
Stiling and have
week with her brother-in-law and now we crops !

liter, Mr. and Mr*. B. L Leff,will Real Estate if
leave for her home the last of the General Insurance precariously depending on one crop alone.

week. FLORIDA an. rl.A.Car. t

Palm AT*, and AT* S When Redland Brand Fertilizers are r,
Frtak Martin has told hit grocery you buy you
store at the corner of Coconut
Pain drive and Robert road getting a product which is the result of careful study by IIi
to J. J. Robinson.
W. Maxwell SmithINSURANCE local concern whose past, present and future is tied up

Mr. and Mr*. H E. Keen of Alba t
arrived Tuesday to visit MrKeen' with your community-whose success depends on the success -
nail; AITTO STORM AND LIFE V
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Mr. and Mr*. W. D. Coker. Mrs. X. Mee .I-M of its customers right in this "neck of the woods".
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I TEA TO BE GIVEN SATURDAY IN HONOR OF CLUB COMMUNISM PROGRAM AND THKMEj FASCISM* 'MR. AND MRS. DAN ROBERTS ANNOUNCE. I

MRS. JAMES L. BIRD A RECENT BRIDEMrs. Mrs. Mary Ferrell Dickinson MARRIAGE OF TWO OF THEIR DAUGHTERS :MI I

read a paper on anarchism and --

James L. Ow..w be honor, Jorle Sullivan, Mn. W. J. Geroo- ftttclsm at the meeting of the Mr. and Mrs. Dan M. Roberts, They will make their home In .

guest at a tea which will be given,I imo Miss Amy Home, Miss' Ro- Homestead Business and Professional pioneers of Redland, are announcing Partridge, a suburb of Chicago.
Women's Club in the Future the of two of their
the marriage
1-2, at
on Saturday. February ell
berta Home, Miss Cora 1 Mae The marriage of Miss Elisabeth
clubhouse Friday evening,
home of Mn. W. R. Bird In For I Ive Farmer daughter, Margaret Ann, their
Miss
lr. The hostesses will be Mn. Groover. Miss Jennie Miss Eloise Tower Brad and traced the careers of Europe'spresent I eldest daughter, and Elizabeth, Roberts end Edward McCahlU of III'M

W R. Bird, Mn. W. A. Snare and i Betty ley, Mrs.Murphy W. M., Bradley Mrs. V. dictators. Mrs. C. A. Easton their second daulhter.Mar..t Pittsburgh, Pa, In Everglades on Htthr
Miss Nina Drew. Mr* Bird before read a paper on communism, Jan. 25 came M a surprise to thebride's
became the bride of
Mrs.
M Bradley, Jr., George I .
and 1.1.. L. L. Bow, the president,
her marriage on January 81 was Fricke of February parents. Miss Eleanore Vssh'
frick, Mrs. Keith Foulk, Mn. G. read feudal lam. DIJcut.I ., William Chicago on
one on
Miss Dorothy Snare, one of the t Gault, Mn. Herman Marks and each 8. The marriage service was Holferty and Tyler Matthews of
most popular girl *f the district Mix Katherine Murphy. I lion followed paper. to read by the pastor of the Buena South Allapattah Gardens, were
i Memben were requested give
Those who will assist. the hostesses Those invited to come from 1 snapshot pictures of themselves to Memorial Church of Chicago in his the attendants, I 1.1,

are; Mrs. Oea .wM T. Snare,I I to I:to are: Mn. Leo Bernecker, Mrs. Wm. M. John for the club! study. Mr. McCahill who is employedby suscu
mother of Mn. Bird J. H. Mn. Otto Bernecker, Mn. Frank acrapbook. Mrs. Frlck was graduated from the Pennsylvania Power and
Webster, Mn. Lee H. Lehman I Bernecker, Mn. Jason Avery, Mrs. Harley Core will address the Redland High School in 1128 and Light Co., was sent to Miami to
Mn. Robert ,Jlutland, Mrs. E. J. Fritz Rutzke, Mn. Seymour Dane, !club on the constitution o( the from the Florida State College for aid In rehabilitation work after the hl.th
Dyal, Mn. Harold Small Miss Mn. Ono Halnlln, Mn. Margaret United States at the open meeting Women In Tallahassee with the Labor Day hurricane.
Frances Doney, Mia Mal Williams Halnlln, Mn. Elizabeth Cast, Mrs on Friday evening of next week, degreeof A. B. In commerce .in His bride had been employed in S.
Mrs. Thelma Walker and W. H. Cast, Mn. J. Simons, Mrs. Mn. Wm, E Myers, program 1933. She has been employed by the office of J. N. Lununus, Jr., 3 1
Mill Helen Lehman. Chas. Talbott, Mn. J. J. McLen- chairman, announced. All who the law firm of Rogers and Reedin county tax assessor, for the pad i, W.J. ,
ThoM Invited to come front 4 to don Mn.. Joseph Lowe, Mrs. Dan are interested are Invited to attend Chicago for the past two yean.Mr two years. She was graduatedfrom .
4:30: are: Mrs. A. R. Caves, Miss Roberts, Mn. Mason Roberts, Mrs. I this meeting.LUCILLE Tricks is the son ef Dr. Redland High School in 1(31
ROM Caved Miss 'CaMr'Belie Edw. McCahill, Mn. Charles Frederick Fricke of chi io. He and attended the Florida State M.W.
Caves Mill Stella Hook, Mn. J. Turner, Mn Geo. Turner Mrs: Is a graduate of University of College for Women In Tallahassee FI1
O. Wynn Mn. Augustus Wynn, George E. Reed. Mn. Cline Stew WEST GIVES Wisconsin, and 1* now employedby They will leave about March 1 -
Miss Eula Ray, Mn. W. B. Edwards art, Mrs. Dave Kufcldt, Mrs. L. G. VALENTINE PARTY the Northern Illinois UtilitiesCo. for Pittsburgh where they Will
Mrs. Edwin Hook, Miss Ruggles, Mrs. Chas. Woodbury, Lucille West entertained a make their home. RIta
Mary Jackson, Mrs.. Carl Field, Mn. Doyle, Mrs. Van Name, Miss group of friends at a valentine -- ---- -----
Mn. E. It Rice, Mrs. H. E. Cooper, Kathryn Cut, Mrs Barney W.ld- party Feb. 13 at the home of her
Mrs. Jock Polk, Mn. Flora VIh- In, Mrs. Melhado Mrs. Lamar parents Mr. and Mrs.. Geo. A. REDLAND SENIORS ARE ENTERTAINEDBY
ten Miss Esther Livingston, Mri. Dickinson Mn. W. J. Krome, Mn. West I I
Julian Webster, Mn. Ceo. N.Waufiel4. E. A. Ames, Mrs L. L. Bow Mrs. Sibyl Cheshire won the first MRS. T. M. TORBERT AND W. H. OWENS

Mrs. Bevo Webb, Mrs.L. E. A. Carter, Mrs. Wayne Calkins, prize in oootle, and Eunice Walker -- Su
B Sommers Mn. Green Rives, Mrs R. E. Edwards Mrs. Fred got the consolation prise Proms The senior class of Redland High Cake end punch were served In
Mrs. H. G. Thurman, Mn. Ida Suber, Mn. M. T. Klnnor, Mrs. were next on! the program. I School was given a valentine par- Present were: Mr. and Mrs. 1w
Tlbblts, Mn. Wm. Flfleld, Mrs. Sylvia Atkins, Mn. Goo. Murray, The refreshments, lib the decorations ty Thursday evening of test week Owens, Mr. and Mrs. Torbert, P.
H. M. N. Huh, Mrs. J. O. Mur- Mrs.. W. J. Clark, Mn. Cart Warner -' carried out the valentine by W. H. Owens, room father, and M. Baker, the senior sponsor aad be
phy, Mrs. W. Mooney, Mrs. Ceo.Tinder Mrs. H. L. Cook and Mn. Ernest motif. Mrs. T. M. Torbert, room mother, Mn. Baker, Miss Mildred Camp- pll
Mn. John Craves, Mn. Bernecker Present besides the hostess were at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tor bell, Miss Outdo Leggett Miss lot
Stuart Cummings, Mrs. John Oil Virginia Dorsey, Elizabeth MoIlwaln bert in Goulds. be
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Invited from 130: to e ,a'clock Marjo Macey, Miss Virginia De-
ford. Mrs. Jeanette Mulllns, Mn. are: Mrs. R. E.: AjpUy, Mrs, C. H. Mary Trances Arthur, Dancing and games provided enrtertalnmeat laney, Miss Mildred Campbell, I"
Jack Leonard Frank B.Dowling Eunice Walker, Sibyl Cheshire, All
Mrs. Steffani Mrs. 'Dick Brooks Mn.
Prize winners In the Miss Prothero, Miss Payne, Wilson
Mrs. Gale Smith, Mn. Herbert Wolfe, Mrs.. O R. Hall. Clinton Bishop, Wm. UcMlchacI, MJ
,., games were Miss Emily Payne, Walsh, Wilbur Wood, Harry ,
Charles Zarlng, Mn. Lena Woodbury Mrs. Ben Archer, Mrs. A. F. Arthur Martin Bishop, Emory Dterlng Miss Yvonne Prothero, Harry Kemmlngs, Stanley Prothero,Will- ex
1 Miss Lois Woodbury, Miss Mrs Mack UerdM, Mrs. Randolph Caves and Ruther Sul' Hemmlngs and WUlard Hcnder- ard Hendenhott, Markham Neill co>
Florence Laonsrdt, Mn, Q. Q. livan. He
Pierre McDankl, Mrs. Howard shott and Milton French,
.. Cross Hit. Dick Weaver, Mn. A. Johnson, Mrs. W. E. Rheney, Mn. : __ __n __ -.- -? -_.-. th
-I Messier, Mrs. Guy Vlnson, Mrs. J. Gordon Ivey, Mn. E. A. Buchanan SACRED HEART SOCIETY W,
1;{, B. Tower, Mrs. J. B. Tower, Jr., Mrs. ClArence Hunt Mrs. P. MEETS WITH MRS. DENTA NARANJA CHAPTER 0 E. S. WELCOMES EI,

i Mrs. O. B. Parker Mrs. C. J. Par- Walker, Mrs. A. J. Campbell, Mn. resolution thanking the residents GRAND WORTHY MATRON AND PATRON I
man and Mrs. H. E. 8cha DI
Frank Rue Mn Frank Skill, Mrs. of the Redland District for 1 1I
Thoes Invited from 4:30: to ( Tom Faust, Mn. Given Victor, their patronage of the Sacred I ? VI
are: Mrs. Edward Brooker, Jr., Mn. E. H. Hiner, Mn. Owen Heart Church dinner given Feb. Fourteen members and past en, Mary Am Brown, LucilleDrlggersi
Mn Marvin Shaw Mn. J. B. Moore Mn. Carl Deden, Mrs.. 13 at the Green Lantern Restaurant members of the grand lodge of the I Catherine Bell, Margaret tr!
j Sparkman, Mn. R. E. Scott, Jr., Tom Harris, Mn. Frank Hausman, was passed by members of the O. E. S. of Florida and twenty- Albright and Wsunlta WI
Mrs C. A. Campbell. Mn. Herbert Mrs. Tom Lindsay, Mn. M.<< D. Altar Society at a meeting held at four past matrons and past patrons I Thompson, who represented the Itt1W
Turner, Mn. Elmer Sullivan Hartman, Mn. I.. A. Smith, Mn. the home of Mn. Wm. Dent on were present when Mrs. five points of the star, went ,
l Mrs. Elbert Reed Mrs. Luther Stacy Hawkins, Mrs. A. A. Payne, Wednesday. Delia Green, worthy grand matronof through a flower drill. he
l Chandler, Mn. W B. Caves, Miss Mn. C. N. Walker, Mrs. Henry Announcement was made that Florida, and Fred E. Hank I The outstanding feature of the of
J Alice Hobson Miss Grace Hobson Brooker, Jr., Mrs. Albert Hinman, F. Kromer of Coral Gables and worthy grand patron, made their evening was an address on "The Ju>
f Mrs.. Earley Dendy, Miss GleuU Mn. J. fi. Morton, Mn. Landon Mrs. Henry Brooker, Jr., had been official visit to Naranja Chapter, Altar" by Mn. Green. vii
Miss Clarabel Smith. Mn. Carney Mn. Elizabeth Fuchs, Mn. No. 144 at a special meeting heldTuesday tlo
Dendy, awarded articles of chance, and I Miss Pauline Hill of Pahokee, I
I. Donald Talbott, Miss Grace Field L. B. Danzey and Miss Elinor that the society's box of fruit has evening In the Masonic former worthy matron of Naranja an
hall in
.1 i Miss Eleanore Holferty, Miss Mar- Payne. not yet been awarded. Naranja. chapter, sang "I Love You Truly" sP
Mn. Green and Mr. Monk were as the worthy grand matron and to
l welcomed by Mrs. Mary Fennell, worthy grand patron were escorted 1'01
MRS. FRANK SKILL GIVES VALENTINE Mrs. Bessie Brady, Mrs. Ruth be
worthy matron, and six i Junior to the east She sang, also,
Godwin, Mrs. Alice Walters, Mn.I girls dressed in white and the tic
Illi LEAP YEAR PARTY FOR YOUNGER SETA green during initiatory work.
W. U Coker and Mn. Sarah
the worthy grand matron's colors Wednesday at 8 o'clock Mrs. inBr
tin took part la the Mar-I I The lint of these girls, Pauline Fennell gave a banquet for Mrs. I
Saint Valentine' leap year field, Mn. Trick, Mrs. J. H Webster ten candidates in the Leggett presented I garden bat Green in the Lions Den. Nearly
dancing party was given by Mrs.i .I Mn. J. L Turnage, Miss EUc Circle In Miami Monday to the grand matron, and the oth- two hundred were present Wt
Frank Skill in the American beth Skill: Miss Jan. Draper, tr''
Ion hall Saturday evening Lei-I Miss Bobbie. BurasMrUo Miss ebAl
younger set pf Homestead. Florence;; Psncpast, Miss Bonnie
invitations had been teat to the I Belle Mayans, Mite Geraldine Ht
girls and each girt invited an escort Rellz, Miss Betty Bower, Miss With Puretest In
Mary .Jtanson Miss Henrietta In,
Music was furlshed by Geo. Hartman, Miss Phyllis Par-man,
frick and Clarence Hunt and fortunes I Miss Mable Williams, Miss Jane
were told In a screened off Gatllu. Mia Joan Kelhun, Miss COD LIVER OILPint DeWt
alcove by Mrs. Landon Carney. Alta Webster, Miss Nina Pearl Fir
I Bush Mia Marcia Ceuuwa. Miss till
I The hall was attractively decorated Virginia frick, Miss. Hazel Pen- AcMr
with large and small red' nington. Miss Ira Dial, John Walton
I hearts suspended from the ceiling Edwin Lawrence, Billy Arthur a $ (X) D'\I I
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j Favors for the girls were toy lin, Carl Deden, Theodore Frank- IBAbsorbent
, guns and for the boy*, balloons. lisa Otha lUcfcfer. Pierre McDwn- I W.o .
r Sandwiches, cakes, stuffed eggs leI, Canon Malcolm, Clayton Lehman $ a s tj
,s nut and candles wrapped In red Dale Henderson, Bill Ver- I BDo]
\ celophane. valentine style, wen coe, Robert Gauzena, Buddy Fits-

enjoyed at midnight Patrick, Harry Brown WInfred .. m.
Present besides those mentioned, Owen and Leon Burnett ., COTTON also ell
were: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. N. Wake- 01e1J
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. February 21,1936. THE LEADER ENTERPRISJL! --=.:.:... Paw NIne

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JUNIOR WOMAN'S CUm MR. AND MB*, BKVO WEM MI the Mowry street canal Friday
GIVES SUPPER DANCE ENTERTAIN' BRIDGE CLUB c IftDt", Game a* well M feasts

Over forty were present af a Mrs and Mrs. Beva Wbbcute-, tog were enjoyed. k
[ Social Events.1.1MRS. buffet chicken supper and dance Rifled 'th*. ,Jlt',.lghborh6od Bridge .
given by the members of the Junior Club at their home Tuesday night
Woman' Club of Homestead Mn T. J. Fauat and Le; 0. Lehman GRONE ,
for their friends the Homestead won the high eoot prizes andMrs. r.
Club Carl Deden and Mr. Fault
Country Friday nightThose
THEATRE
th low.
STACY HAWKINS HONORED AT TWO I present were: Mr. and *Preeent w ., Mr and Mn W. COCONUT flBBVB

FAREWELL PARTIES GIVEN THIS WEEK Mr*. Claude Campbell, Mr. and I. Rheny, Mr. and Mr L. B. Skew T aad > Admission 230
r Mn Elbel1l'ro1ch.r. Mr. and Mra. Sommen, Mr. and Mra. f auit, Mr. Matinee s... and I.... I..
: Harold Oxford, Mr. and Mr Edvr and Mn Deden and Mr. one Mrs. ltoaP.so.
I Two farewell parties were given Mr C. H. Rice, Mn Sommcr. Brooker, Mr. and Mn Marvin Lehman. s
this week for Mn Stack: Hawkirn Mr. Scott, Mr Ruble and Mia Shaw, Mr. and Mr*. L. B. Duuey, tUN. 'THRU WED.
who will leave the first of Mary WUliama. Mr. and Mn Burley Dandy Mr
March for Oatnetvllle sine Mr. On Wednesday Mn. Frank Geo. M. Sonnlchaea )(n. A. O. FORTY HAVE PICNIC WARNER BAXTER
Hawking has been transferred to Hausman and her daughter Mn Cain Mr Joel J. Robinson Mr*. AT MOWRY STREET CANAL ALICE FAYE
the experiment station at the University C. H. Bloc gave a buffet bridge Lewis Whit, Mr W. & Cave, About forty young people wen JACK OAKIE
ef Florida. luncheon tor Mr*. Hawkins at the Jr, Mn. Pauline McConnell Mr*. prevent at a wiener roast given by fa
Hauamas home on King High Gwendolyn Moor, Miss Ellen: the Young Peoples' department of
J:r The first, a surprise bridge way. Quantities of red, white and Huff, Mine Alice and Grace Hob- the Homestead Methodist Church "King of
shower, was given Saturday byMn
C. H. Steffanl whose home blue flower wen used in the decorations ton, Mill Miriam Burton, Mia
attractively decorated with and George Washington Ines Branch, Mia Pearl Whitaker Feb. 2&AreiM Dub rummage Burlesque"THVRCOAY
was favon were given. Mia Boise: Bradley, Mia Thalma late in colored to_
flower tor the event.
cut Mn. Hawkins received a guest Turner Mia Hazel xm.... B Mar, Election of officers of
),IN. L. B. Bommera won the prize The high ICOn prize went to E. Sterard, toojjl Hood. Jack Junior Woman' Club In the clubhouse Ifb FRIDAY
high more prize; Mr Geo. Buhla, Mn. A. A. Payne; the second Grant Hal Jarratt, Ansel Barrow. at I p. m. ROBERT DOMAT
the second prize; and Mn. Ruth prize. to Mr*. H. ,.. McDaniel; and Bert Branch. 1.C. McGinn! Bobby Mar. S-W. M. .. meeting in
Saott, the low goon prize. the third prize, to M.... B. J:. Oat- Cave Edwin McGanah Car Homestead Methodist Church ..

Present were: Mr* Ceo. N. lin. Michael Cbarltoo Raymond Yoaua Mar. 4-W, M. V. circle: meet- "39 Steps"
Wakefield. Mrs. Ceo. Trick. Mn. Others present were: Mn. Gees and Ted Oldendorf. tDp.
J X. Gauxen Mn. B. E. Gatlln, N. Wakefield. Mn. Geo. E.: Prick: A nominating committee consisting Mar. 4-Supper Club meeting atLee
Mr*. John Bowen, Mn. Bevo Mn. C. H.. SteffanU Mn. W. J. of Miss Pearl VWUker H. Lehman home. SATURDAY TIIIS WEEK
Webb Mn. W. J. Clark, Mn, Wm. I Clark, Mr: P. B. Bird, Mr*. J. E. Mlaa Grace HotMon and Mia Inn Mar. -Baptist week: of prayer Duck Jane
Fifield, M..., Frank Hauaman, Gauzen and Mr*. John Bowen. Branch was appointed to report at observance with all day meeting.
the meeting st March 2- Mar. T-a. H. .. junior play, In

REDLAD P-T. A. TO GIVE FOUNDERS "Sola Flight. 'Sunset of Power'
SmS-OKB CLUB PLANS pun Mar. 19-Electloa of officers of
DAY PROGRAM ON SUNDAY AFTERNOONThe FOIL MISS MABU. WILLIAMS 'Toman' Club of ,...melteld.I' I

.The Suk-Deb Club i* giving *
Yedland ....T A wiU hive Mr*.Barry Ptere Mn.r..t>Field. George Waahtogtoa party ia honor Baptist Church at I p. m. SATURDAY 1 P. M. x
ill Founder1 Day program on Mn. Vlra B oCh. Mr*. C K. '4 Mia Mabel William Friday i Mar. 12Woodmen's. Circle
Sunday afternoon at t:JO .'c1 ck: Redd, Mn. J. D. Kedd, Mr*. F.Flaitao. ., night Plan for it wen mad meeting I. a.o. F. hall. FREE CANDT-PRIZES
In the Farm LU School auditor- Mn. J. :E. Davis Mr*. A. when UM member met at tin I Mar. 1S-Card party given by I Ma.* Show UWU CeoUMis
the Sacred Heart Society In ita
ium. S. May, Mn. Atkinson, Mr*. Me- home of Miss Henrietta Hartman
I clubroom at 8 m.
Number on the program win -Neill and Mn. Bird. 1 Wednesday evening, p.

be: pantomime, "America", by pupils Mr*. Geo. Ranson wa hostess i Those present were: Min IVI
of M.... Geo. J:. Reed; prayer; to Circle Two. She also conducted Dyal, Miss Betty Bowen, Miss
founder' song by Miss Ellen Ny- the devotional ferric A donation Mabel William MIA Marcia
berg; "Mother' Hymn" by Mn. was made to help pay for Gauren, Mia Virginia Frick, Miss
Eva Fletcher Mn. Cha*. Cox and reconditioning the Matt in the Helen West, Mia Bobble Summer-
Mn. Mary Whitworth; address by church. lie and the hostess.
Mn. W. H. Boekham; memorial
Name were drawn for "captU1e.Isten"
exercises by sixth grade girls; accordion -
Ice dram and cookie The CalendarFeb.
number, "WhisperingHope" were served.
and "Star of the East", by
the NeranJ trio, E. J. Graham, Present'were1 Mn. J. L. Ballard, 22-Supper served in
WlUard Hendenhott tad Cha*. Mn C. W. Little, Mrs.W. H. Sauls, Flowers building at 6:30 by women -
Mn. O. L. Showalter and Mrs. E.:
Eichenherger. of St. John' Church
S. Capllnger. Feb. Washington's birthday

DISTRICT MANAGE Circle Three tnet at the- homeof party at borne of Tom Collins. j

VISITS WOODMEWS CIRCLE Mrs. Joel J'Robinson with Mrs. Feb. U Aedland P.-T A. Founder !
Mrs Myrtle A. Depew, the 'di*. Bobinson and Mn. Ceo. M. Son- *' Day program la school auditorium
trlct manager'.f Fort Pierce, who nlchwn M hostesses. Bible study at I JO p.au I
was present art the meeting at the waa.tod by the Rev. A. A. KoffbU Fab. St Meeting of Garden
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Royal Poicclanan Grove, at the e. Club with II.... J[. J. Brockett la
Woodmen's Circle la the U>.0.F. Other present weN: Mr*. Florida City. .
hall on Feb. 13, told of the Chart KoeitUn, Mm C. B. Bentley,Mr*. Feb. U-.Oufrt day program of : f. ;
of instruction for both adult and H. L. Brown, Mr*. pa Williams. Womaif Club Homestead ia II ;
Junior work to be held in Jacksonville Mr*. Powell and her three daughter clubhouse at > p. m. i' J
Feb. 28-29 at which the national *. Jaric Jane Kimberly and Feb. 2*-Arern dub meeting
president, Mn. Dora Alexander Devweux Mr*. Bruce Eania Mra with Mr*. Albert R. Meybem. 't.r
Tally, will be present She A. B. Slagle, Mn. J. H. Webster, Feb. 23.-Teadiers1 Bridge Club
spoke also, of the district meetingto Mn. H. P. McDanle}, Mrs. Casper meeting at J.: H. Webster borne.Feb. .
be held In Fort Lauderdale William and Mill Jennie Lobdell 27-Comus Club meetingat ,
March 14, at which Mn. Tally will H. P. KcDanlel home t;
be present. The regional conven- GEORGE RANSON TO PREPARE Feb. 27 Woodmen' Circle /
tion wlU be held at Lake Juna- COMMUNITY EXHIBIT meeting with Mn. W. D. Coker. Q To 'f 3

luska, N. c., she announced. Plan for a Redland Community Feb. :27-Dorcas class meeting

Mr*. Bert Branch, Mrs. Bessie exhibit In the Dade County Tropical with Mn. Charles Same J 1
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Feb. U Open meeting of B. .
Brady and Mn. Ruth Godwin Fair were made at the meeting -
wen elected a* auditors of the of the Woman' Club of the P. W. C In Future Farmer club W 1936Ra : '

grove. Mrs. W. D. Coker was reelected Redland Tuesday afternoon in the house. pricttad'Yo ,.,...: ; .
reporter, and Mn. Marie clubhouse. Coo. Ranson will be \: uJuaBlW'O.R.8 u' .
Altman Mn. Nora Smith and Mn if charge of the preparation ol ( 11 agree with '
Helen Bowden were named a refreshment the exhibit It wa announced, and[ Eva Estelle Sullivan J that act< '
committee for the meetIng all person wishing to place articles Teacher of Pianoforte III, faaou tot big Tai***'
to be held Mar, 12. on exhibit are asked to see
A social hour followed the business Mr. RaMOn or Mn B. A. Waldln, BEGINNERS A SPECIALTY t C-! ha* ever offered

meeting Others prevent president of the club. 11 N. E. Sod Av ., Homestead sods: a sensational i
wereMrs.. Alice Walters, Mn. The club will chicken dinners *
serve I
velar this Prove k to
II possible oee.
Florence I **** by easy at
pMettl, Mr* Saab Martin cafeteria style throughout the
Mr*. Thelma Radford, Mn. factory,laboratory sad BOOM: yownclt. Visit the Norg*

Ada Young Mr*. Blanche Chapman fair.Preaent wen Mn. Waldln, Mn Ut-*fnrd by more than deals war yom' and see the
Mr. Irene tiles of Miami, .IB CARE
Seymour Dan, Mrs. Clna Stewart,: edmakatkifr
half million e 1)4 N.rgeaow
Mia NelUemae Martin and Mia Mrs. E: A.Carter, Mn: W. D. Ma- a
Myrtle Counce.W. ban and Mn. Frank W. SUllman. firsoftoollow ***? iafleribte .

M. 8. CIRCLES TO RATE MISSION STUDY CLASS "eofl and BeautyTrue beauty Inurior **.. THE 0011PRE280R.IOLUrll., 'Irangemeat ;

BOOTH AT TROPICAL FAIR MEETS AT S. J. DAVIS HOME beauty demands Convenience: teas .. ....... sma Famed
Plan for having booth in the
Dade County Tropical a Fair wen The mission study class of the: the belt of car at all awes,operating elficUiicy-tb pewee.:::::.:: W

made at the meeting of the circle Homestead Methodist Church mel time Whether you>> 1936 Norg baa every right ..... ____
Thursday of last week
of the Homestead afternoon : wish a wave, a facial, ...
Methodist ... -
called "The Greatest ."*.<> -
at the home of Mr S. J. Davis a manicure, or any of to be
Church Tuesday afternoon. Each QoIp
Meeting will be held each Thurs the other essential aid ==
circle will be responsible for one NorgaofAUTiae- tta.,,,
day until the book That otherAmerica"
day operation of the booth. The .1 to beauty you'll find We uk to fee this new !
I* finished. Mr*. Davit YOU
proceed are to be used to paint "I the aklUed operator at
I la the teacher It '
carefully.
the outside of the church. P.t'a Beauty Parlor Norg Inspect NORGEHOMESTEAD
Present Mr Dan William
were: -
Circle One and Four held a ready to serve you Not In many improvements
Mn J. E. Davis
*, Mn. P. B.
at the home of Mr quickly at any time.
Joint meeting ; It
BIrd Mrs A. B.Slagle, Mrs. LewllInndenbll1' od refiaemeot Compare
P. B. Bird. The devotional wa Creqnlcnole Spiral and (RCN .
', Mrs. Ceo. Ramon j
J. A. McNeill. widi refrigerator you ever
led Mrs. any
by Mr*. J. A. McNeill and Mia Jennie : Combination P
Present were Mr*. Lull Free, Lobdoll. PERMANENT WAVES saw hoped to***.Ak about

1 :. Prices $5, $6, $7 '. -'I J

HOMESTEAD LODGE NO. M i JOHN O. BALLET POST NO. U tl I

L O. O. F. AMERICAN LEGION. II PAT'SBEAUTY NORGE SHOP

aeeeU very Tuesday ftag. at Made tnt .*4 IhM Wstoii..f ,

I .-...., to LO.O F. !Mall. N. W. e tk ., tmirtn Leslie BMt, PARLOR 99 North Krome Avenue Phone 503-W:

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Pace Ten :'J J THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday; )February 21.1936.

_'_'M___" COMUS CLUB MEETS WITH i tended a dbrtrkst meeting MM hi' HOMESTEAD' WOMAN'S CLUB .iTO

ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS MR. AND MRS. WEBSTER Lake Worth Sunday. Mr*. Myer HAVE: PROGRAM TUESDAY

Six table of bridge were In play presided over the panel discus A guest day program will be
I -_, at the Cotnu Club meeting at the' sion. given by the Woman's Club of
MAT'R 'i AYS' OFFICIALVISIT home of Mr. and Mn. J. H. Web'I' Homestead Tuesday afternoon at
GRAND WORTHY
ster Thursday night of last week. MR. AND MaNZEr 3 o'clock In the clubhouse. Mrs.
TO AD ASTRA CHAPTER 0. E. S. Mn. Lee H. Lehman and W. K. GIVE CARD PARTY N. O. Ball, Mn. Hollleter Sag land
Walton won the high score price Mr. and Mrs. L. a Danzey entertained Mn. S. F. Matthews are on the
for club members, and Mn. P. B. program committee.All .
with a card party for a
Ad Astra chapter of the Order
Bird and Frank Webb, the highscore I are invited to attend
of the Eastern Star entertained BENEFIT BRIDGE AND SUFFER group of friends at their home on
M.... Della Green of Tampa, the TO BE GIVEN SATURDAY prizes for guests. N. W. Third street Wednesday
Present were: Mr. and Mrs. E. night. Sandwiches and coffee GAME
:worthy grand matron of Florida A Benefit bridge party and TONIGHT
H. Hlner, Dr. and Mrs. Frank
and Fred E. Mank of Miami, theworthy fried chicken dinner will be given were served. The Homestead Junior High
grand patron In the I. O. I by the Woman' Auxiliary of the Hausman, Mr. and Mra. H. E. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. JohnL. School basketball team will .play
Sohaff, Mr. and Mn. C. J. Parmon.I .
Mr.
Scarborough and Mn. Bur-
Church Saturday
O. F. hall Wednesday night St. John' Episcopal the Hollywood Junior High teamon
Mr. and Mn. Frank Skill Mr. and
ley Dendy Mr. and Mn. Harold
at ':30 p. m. in the Flowers the Homestead court tonight at
Flower covered inDIaN wereon Krome Mr*. H. P. McDanlel Mr. and Mn. Oxford, Miss Alice Hobson Miss
building on North avenue.
the east and west aides of the Howard Johnson, Mr. and Mn. 7:30 p. m.
Inez Branch, Miss Hazel
Plans for this made at a Killenger
were special
No other will be
game played.
hall and In front of each trellis Mr.
Mr. and Mn. Lehman
Walton
meeting held at the home of Miss Pearl Whitaker, R. E. Sher-
stood three tall Iron urns filled and Mrs. Webb, Mr. and Mn. I
Mrs Edw. Billing in Florida City ard, Jack Grant and L. C. Mc-
with green and white flowen. last Friday afternoon. Bird Mrs. E. A. Ames and Buck- Gtnnis. WANT ADS PAY
Baskets of flowers were placedon
Mrs. J. S. Horton, Mrs. E. H. tier Beasley.
north,
the pedestals In the I
Hlner andMr. Landon Carney
south east and west FOUR B. P. W. C. MEMBERS
are In charge.
the committee
After n drill by the star points.ndultrl'te ATTEND DISTRICT MEETING Lantern Restaurant
and the associate conductress Present were: Mrs. H. L, Cook, GJ'fEn; : : :
of the Homestead chap- Mrs.. W. J. Clark, Mn. W. H. Haas Four members of the Homestead ADJOINING HOTEL REDLAND
'ter, Mr. OreM was presentedwith Mrs. Frank Hausman Mr*. H. E. Business and Professional Wom- Western T-Bone Steak Dinner 90o Chicken Dinner Tie
Schaff, Mn Geo. N. Wakefleld, en's Club, Mrs. Wm. E. Myers Regular Dinner SOo Vegetable Plate JOo 7
a gift from the chapter by .
Mr Louise Harris, and Mr. Mank Mn. Lee H. Lehman, M... Stillng Mrs. Ben Biggen, Mn. Wm. M. AU Kinds of Home-nude Sandwiches
and the Rev. Wm. C. Taylor. Johns and Mrs. Ben Archer, at-
was presented with a gift from
the chapter by Miss Helen Livingston --

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Mrs. Oeo. W. Turner, Jr., worthy
matron of Ad Astrt Chapter, presented -
gifts to the past grand matrons -
present, Mrs Nancys Rick-
ard Mn.'Angi Jamison Monk and
M n. Claudia Christian and to
appointive and elective state officers -
present.
Miss Fiances Dabney was Initiated .
Into the Homestead chap

ter.The
worthy grand matron madean
address on 'Building".
Others present at the meetingwere
: Mrs. J. E. Gauzeni, Mrs I
Pearl TUI ncr. Mrs. Martha Reum,
Mrs Hilma LivU Mrs. Ida Silver- II

man, Mri. Josie L. Rees Mrs. Win I If
ifred "Conner, Mm. Alethn S. H
Thompson Oeo. C. Thompson,
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Mrs. NelHe E. Raymond. Mrs. Lu- f
ella Fahrlon Mrs. Emma Farmer
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Robinson Farmer Mrs. Florian
k SaunderfciMrs. Katie Browrv Mr I\

Sadie VlKlen, Mrs. Od Zachry. i i J,
Mrs. Cots Raymond Mrs. Mabel
'i McFatridi*. Mrs. Vera R. Me-
.' Kennle, Mr* Blonds B. Callaher. ,
I John Ramey, Mrs. Gertrude Keen ',
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1 i Mm. Bessie Seville, Mrs. Pearl !I ,
JH UaiKL. MA MabeUc -Ramey. T Ir r

i Mrs. Aly'&M; Clapp.
l Mn. JennfoB. Gore, Mrs Lillie
Monroe, Miii&ee Regan Mr*. Anna R
StoclufcMn.' Lois Watson, Cecil I
; Watson, Mfes" para Marlk, Mfa.
Cleta FoXjf MrsLevey, Mrs. Hazel >
Sears, Carl HUchey Mrs. Paul :
Simpson, Mrs. Bessie Towsend, |
Mrs. Mary Ellen : .
Charlotte Perry Mrt. Beatrice j -4 ;
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Brandon Mrj. Frances .

) 'Mrs. Marion Neeb,Mrt. Effie Bashor .... ," "':' .
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Mrs. Anna Albright Mr*. Mildred '
I d Thompson, Walter Thompson" :: '. .
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," Mn Pearl Drifters, Mrt. Bertie : ,. P.) r 1Y. ..,. .. .._ ,.. :, : : "
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,oi Mrs. .. ...,. i1R'h1w1W.. : "
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Fpgle ,
Agnes
Henderson < ," .0' 'I-. < '1. .J1t.."'." ," ., ', ..40 I'I.r" / .
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al Mrs. Mary Epperson, Arthur1 DV -: . r '. ? :r- ; ; _:"' "II.l'/,,
w via, Mrs. Helen C. Pepper, Mrs toff. :;:

,: IX Viola E. Bell Bashqr.Mn. Jennie. W. Taylor ; The :Smiths Built A Hbitfe[ : Ji' ,

Mr. and Mrt. W. a eaves; W: :> : ,
0, Talbott, Mr. and Mrt. A. R.
Livingston, N. T McCourtr
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nay, Mn. B.; O- Branch, Mr, Has ;
old Sheffield, 14,.. J. Tom Vnrui And So Can You )'

Mrs.. Albert Meybem. Mrs. A. -Vi
I' Philips. Mrs. Ruth Speights, Mrt. ,
.. Helen Cblgrove, Met, Addle Mao I .
Johns, Mgt Stafford Caldwell, How could the Smiths afford to build this rent because each payment brings you closer

Mr. Annie C. Butler, Mrs, Dexter ? They aren't of "means" Ir. to owning your home.
t Smith. Mn. W. B. Flowers, MA. year people }

': Oeo. N. Wakefleld, Mrt.'J. D. Smith earns a modest salary. But this year, Anyone with a regular income, good cred-
Redd, Mrt. J. W English, Mrs E.
I. Lawrence, Ceo W. Turner Jr., thanks to the Insured Mortgage Plan, the it standing, and with cash or a building lot

Mr*. W.. M. Bradley Mra. J. E. equal to 20 cent of the total
per cost of the
Davis Mrs. E. J. Dyal, Mr. Paul Smiths could build that home they'd been planning of
Miff property can build a home this Ask
Reynolds Ettelle TwDer.MI new way.
Mildred Sullivan Mia. That and talking about for so long, AND SO us for details. We have helped others to get
Turner, Miss Esther
ma Livingston CAN YOU!
Mia Marion Robertson Miss F.IIA.loans and can do the.same for you.
EWw; Bradley and Miss Alice
Macomber. *,I In one simple transaction you can secure If you already own a home you will want i

Mrs. Turner gave a banquet fer | up to $16,000 on this new type of loan from to know about the Modernization Credit Plan
Mrs. Green and Mr Mank In the t
Green Lantern Restaurant Tuee-I any financial institution co-operating with whereby up to $2,000 is available for remodeling t

(, day Present at a o'clock.beside the tiontw guerts< I the government in your behalf.. Monthly repairing and refinishing. Modernization t

J and hostess were: Mrs. Rickard.f | repayments spread overmuch a long period loans are repayable: monthlY', overn period as- Jt.

J Pearl Mrs. Parry.holism Mr, Mrs.*. Brandon Brown. Mre.1 (up to 20 years) that it's just as easy as paylong as five years. No cash outlay and no, t.

Keen, Mr* Seville, M.... ), ing rent. Only JIO much better than paying need to put up security. ,,'
Mrs Fox Mrs. KtIaUq, Mn. I anOil"ai,"v '*
Gore, Mrs. Watson Mr. Rame.1 f
s Mrs Harris, Mrs.
' Bradley,' Mmi Sheffield Mr. aid I r. "1 W. D. HORNE CO. Inc.
MrA "Uvtngstoa, Mrs. Dyal. Mn.John I (
*. Mrs Branch, Mrs. Caves, ,, ,
Mr. T\lrnett Mrt Cave, MiN Ma- ,! \
comber and Missed Helm, and Ea- : HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA .,. PRONE 507 J :

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f1 Friday February 21.193ft TilE LEADER ENTERPRISE Page Eleven '

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12 at the home of Mrs. A. F. Ar :


Ir':( The Redland Rattler thur.We at are our going camp camping The Rose Saturday patrol '; 1 CLASSIFIED-ADS !, 1:

14 \ has charge of sanitation thi
YtlN By JIMMIE W. HATHAWAY Royal Palm patrol will get the water RATE First insertion line !
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.N '--" '-" -- ------ Polncian patrol will I Sf B line.

HONOR ROLL yean Redland hit picked Fisherto attend to the fire for the camp. Al I.I '

Its. lint grade: Athal Smith, Ruth play its first game with five the girl are to bring their own
time food. FOR RENT REAL ESTATE
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ea Gas- A* soon a* the tournament 1* The tenderfoot scouts learned ROOMS, BOARD Reasonable
'Sarah VTMen, William Ingcaham, over the baseball season will start four new letters In the Morse code, Quiet country home. Mrs. Anna I BIG VALUE: t-room house.

W. A. Kennedy Edward Py,Mary. Keep Friday night March T, and the other girls had target l t Backer, Modcllo. 17-11)) Furnished. All city Improve
practice.It menu. The BARGAIN DM
weekly. word
open. That is the night the Juniors -
Second trade: Warren Cash, plan to present their play, ROOMS with or without board. been greatly overworked, but
'I Leon Edwards, Ulllair Bishop, "Solo Flight ATTEND INSTITUTE: J. Simons, cor. Silver Palm and I I do not hesitate to ay that this

h Catherine f ackson, Bertha Ftagg. A delegation of twelve from the Richard rd., Redland. (pal) property a Big Bargain. Price
Homestead Methodist Church attended including furniture, bed linen
y Third grade: George Slsk Rudolph I
the Missionary Instituteat FOR SALE and table linen, dishes, now
11 Sage Melton Pye Junior GIRL SCOUT NEWSBy Trinity Methodist Church In $2,200 reduced from $3,500

a King, Dorothy Bumham, Anne Mary Arthur, Strike Miami Friday FOR SALE 3 wk. old chick $10 Fine furniture and plenty of It.
I Grant Eldrlth Hampton, Willeta In the party were: the Rev. and per 100 while they last Scherr H. A. Cameron. (d3tf)
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Thompson, Nallle Lloyd Alice Mrs. A. A. Koestllne, Mrs. P. a Feed and Supply Store. (HI)
Kirk, Carla Hobson, Verdle Cos*, The Girt Scout on Feb. 17 held Bird Mrs. J. A. McNeil), Mrs A. ACREAGES AND GROVESI

man, Evelyn Douberly, Melba Collins their weekly meeting at the home O. Cain, Mrs. Jas. A. Daugherty FOR SALE-Two one year old potato specialise in Redland properties.

Beverley Burkhart, Leonard Off Mrs. Frank Skill. W* sent I Mrs. Ceo. M. Sonnlchsen, Mrs. digger Largest size, cheap Send me listing of property
Dent, Kathleen Campbell, Philip thank you note to the Rotarlans. Chester Redd, Mrs. Ceo. Ranson, for cash. W. J. Vick, Box 148 for aale. your.

LI Benson' ; Charles Chamben. I The seed with which we won the Mrs. A. B. Slagle, Miss MarybeltaGibb Goulds. __ (pmrt) CHARLES t BROOKS p

fourth grade: Verna Anderson, telescope was distributed. and L. A. Young. EXOTIC TROPICAL JELLY-infancy 110 N. E. First St, Miami "
Charlie Dent, Irving Hooker Richard f
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We voted to send :Mr. Hook
I .' Webster CARD OF THANKSWe diamond face glass Jars. 13
Summers Williams
who Is ill some flowers. oi. size In REAL ESTATE: -Those who wantto
Johnnie Lee Andrew. ROM 1'1l' wish to thank our many wrapped eelophanetat ti
Hennington Kathleen Wagner.Fifth A court of awards: Is to be held friend for the beautiful floral i gifts or bridge or guest buy or sell Redland District

grade: Teenle Torbert, Feb. 21 at 7JO: at South Side offering and for the kind expressions prizes BOc. Mrs Bertha Edwards real estate will find uptodatelistings .
Schol auditorium. All Girl Scouts Redland road between In our officer Many"ctthe a
Jane Brown, Martha January Lee of .)'mpath1l1wlt us duringour f
;Gladden, Barbara William. I from all states are Invited. recent bereavement. Coconut Palm and Plummer ** lilting are still at subnormal ,
prices. We shall
l' Sixth grade: H. A. Aman, Blair A musical tea is to be; held Ma clt :MR. AND MRS. JB,.L. UCFF.: drive. either your Inquiries appreciate or "

Klckson. J. O. Murphy! Carl FOR SA.LE--I'I'. old citrus trees, your listings, all of which win t

grot, Wilbur Peeple, Marie u.d-j I 4 varieties. Simons, cor. Silver have our best attention. Now At

I er, Nellie Cash Myrtle Caaon Palm and Redland rd. (fHtf) till, time to buy. B. W. Morris,
r Dent, Marjorie Fogle, Betty Ann A GOOD USED CARFROM now associated: with H. A. Cana-i
Manhall.. Nathaline Griffen, Lou- .HONEY-the clear thick, delicious eron-N., '1st st. In.t.'ItJUool
.. > iM ROM, Jo Nell Slagle Jane kind; None'better and at grove Bank Bldg.Phone TJ. .
Grant'Jeanette Cox, Muriel,Lett, A RELIABLE DEALER'MEANS --price Also grapefruit HolUater -

JewslaHodgeLelarBel1, Walter Sage, East Kings Highway.FOR .
LEGAL
NOTICES
i McVicker ti,.
A RELIABLE USED CAR I
Seventh grade: Harold Delaney, SALE-One 10 h. p. and one
Henry Dixon Bobble Fisher, Geo. 6 h. p. O. E., J-phaae, 220-110 order be published once a week for
four consecutive weeks Inhe
volt A. C. motors
Kuleldt, LtlUaa Andrews, Mary '- ; compensatingswitch Leader-Enterprise, a newspaper
Engel, Wanda Slc el, Merti Stan ; 200-gaL pressure tank; published In said County and Slat. h
FOR D-'35 Coupe-V-8 1\Iotor-1936 one pair solid tired heavy duty This day of 1930.E. l!'
ley.Eighth grade: Shirley Davis wood wheels good for trailer J.9i'i i.m'tie: of .

Marie Neill, Lydia Vihlen Howard I License tag-small mileage, good paint, Homestead Machine Shop, S. W. Circuit Court. By M. Swift, f

Crouse. nice running job. Ford steel body. ........ $495 2nd St. ()9tf) Deputy Roberta Clerk.Ernest : :

Ninth grade: Emily Engel, Alma SETS OF 0 baby Jars of tropical orto Plaintiff !

Jane Lindgren Margaret Griffen, CIIEVROLET-33 Std. Coach-Good Jellies, assorted, celophane wrapped (Jan. 31; Feb 7, 14, 21, 28)) I

Dorothy Grant packed in carton ready for ,i ,
Tenth grade: Gordon Cross tires-clean -mohair upholsteryXtype mailing $t. Mailing charge 2Sc I In the Circuit Court. Eleventh '

Don Lair, Jack Turner E. J. Graham frame-Fisher no-draft ventila- Mrs. Bertha Edwards, Redland; Judicial Circuit Dade County, .
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\ Kenneth Hawkes, Margaret Florida. In Chancery. Case Not 1 1
road between Plummer and Coconut
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Albright Mary Ann Brown. Mildred tion-Has 1936 tag .................................. $450 Palm drives. (nlStf) 41881. 1 I-'
JOHN
: Cox Doris Price, Mary E.Wllltams SAUNDERS Complainant t'

,. ;Brig'"Blake. CHEVROLET-31 Coach-New: paint LOST vs. MAY SAUNDERS, Defendant 1)
t
eleventh grade": Mary lither It by affidavit j
appearing
.;. good appended
seat mechanically
covers -
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Twelfth grade: Marjo Macey, LOST Monday, evening, purse to the bill filed In the 'I 4

Yvonne Prothero Emily Wayne '1936 tag. Now priced at _....;........_..._.. $215 containing $f between Hunt above stated cause that May 1
Virginia Delaney hospital and Methodist parson Saunders the Defendant thereinnamed 1 1I
age. Return to Mrs. FlorenceHunt Is a non-resident' of the
i Due to the reportet'sJllnew thU I' GOOD TRUCKS at hospital.I I Io State of Florida, and la a residentof

'... column; was not tent 1nt-1* of- 'Priced from $125 up, including tag 453 Third St., Brooklyn, N. Y.. I .'
that there la In the State '
no
person
MISCELLANEOUSREPRESENTATIVES {
floe and therefo ,
I -L'OII1dn'p i .* of Florida, the service of subpoena f '
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hehed'lalf'weelt." "'''' 3 -*
Also' a few cheap cars'at'prices ranging from $23 WANTEDTo upon whom would bind such Defendant
The second term has begun and and that she Is over the t ;
: examinations re.over. foapotls up. Some of these have 1936 tags., secure copyrighted contracts. age ef twenty-one year It la '
ef four months. Individual or Family Groups 1 therefore ordered that said nonresident f

.The-.bksketball 4 teem ''went -iff to 80. Every claim paid: Address Defendant be and Is hereby -
Suite J2S Comeau Building required to appear to the Bill '
Miami Tuesday to .pl.,'lIIItami HI I Ion
but was defeated. The next game Bird Chevrolet Co. West Palm Beach, Florida. of Complaint filed in said I cause I
(H4-28) or before Monday, the 6th day
will be Friday at Redland with the
of April. A. D. 1936, otherwisethe ,
Pompano team. W. E. BIRD, Pres. F. T. SUBER Vlee-pn J. L. BUD, See. PIANO TUNING and repairing. allegations of said bill will be t '
Next Friday and Saturday the Good used piano for sale cheap.W. taken as confessed by said Defendant 1 "
basketball tournament will be Phone 98 Homestead, Fla. E.Koon.113N.W.3rdSt. I
played in Miami. Out of eight It is further ordered that this t f I
" LEGAL NOTICES order be published once a week
LEGAL NOTICES for four consecutive weeks In the '

I. M.!? !.*.... CM*. D** C.m>.,. Homestead Leader-Enterprlie, e 'j
NOTICI Or INTENTION TO APPLY Flmid.. N*. TIM. newspaper published In said County
FOR CHARTER WELDING SHOP liE: UTATa or LUCY W. DYCHM. D*. and State. ;
HARRY'S
TO WHO IT MAY CONCERN. -aria01.lk..1 ,
I NOTICE b ........ itvm hit as >ppll.Un Intestine to II" A"llnllell This Feb. 18, U38. '
will to n.4. .. R... Hmrr F For nag _....... E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
AtkhMM, MM of the tuigm W tin ClmM PRINCETON, FLA. Nona la he.ohs .1_ that I .... filed I of Circuit Court. By T. J. +
Cost M.. h ..d for Dada County. .! kb ....... Dkctuim .. Aitalnbtntatt of UN .stated Gould, Deputy Clrrk. i
Wn l. the Cant Horn 1* Mlu>t U rod Portable Electric and Acetylene Welding on Cylinder Blocks, LUCY W. DYCMES I.MM.dl and that (Circuit Court Seal) I+ J '
I
Cooler, ., tn ..01..... A. M, M tk. Seth Aluminum Casting and Belter Ml Uw I* day *l Ma,ah KM. I will apply Henry Behrens,
Head, *
Cylinder .. .. : ;. .. t
ta 01 February, ISM, -for M __ *..t to Uw H W. CwayJude. Solicitor for Plaintiff.Feb. .
dare.g Of Dad. PbrNa. for
limtvowliw tin ,DADS COUNTY Cwatr ao row
K TBOPICAL Mfa. TNG.. r _*rWM Automotive Machine Repairing-Catering to carafes la main .1 of add fl d .pmt and few final dla.hares ( 21, 28; Mar. 6, 13, 20)
__""'. v..... the Iowa Of the State bearing rearing and aliened reaming, connecting red pouring r Admialal ate, at u.. "Ie" d
rf Fists UN .ku> H *..* HM ebboet. t Lr W. D7cIooo. d.wad.This .
la la
the Court and
IM AnockUo bind, briefly I the w :.nd Bering and cylinder boring. I* My 01 Fiknury, IoM. County Judce's -
SMhaUim, sot > .. rout xofvmtlra t. r. DYCHU.Attoni for Dade County Florida. ) aProbate.
U4m UK laws o( .:..f..,. lo U know E. Albert hIW Ne. T7I2.
M tin lIMe County Tnvtal Pair. I.., EXPERT WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED .r for A6.htMraM.irik. .
In Re Estate of JULIA E. McINTYRE
for UN MrpOW rf _d""' .., fal tM .... 14. II, SSI Ma .. III : -
ktwll Dterirt al MM CaMr. **Mki f lr< Deceased. !
.M,., .IUoM Xw the kHMflt, tnmlafh !. the Circuit ('...... Eleventh !.. Notice to CreditorsTo
smile t ulturml and Vrasa.n 11. ..:. "'rl ultyt.l, dlclal Circuit Dade County, All Creditors and All Person
-..... of tin state of PIoo14a and ,ether and pan rot Florida. U Chancery. Case Ne. Having Claim or Demand
tiedarly 01 Dada Commit, and Giber 43(713. Against Slid Estate M

Counties....., cad Is to the*._and...tn....p.n/.n Mi Feb wi-said. Deming Pumps and Water Systems Helen Van Winkle v*. William Van You, and each of you, are herebynotified ,; ,.
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'- Ie wfOTtoMM ibrt.. and Winkle. and required to present
*-tM hr* art I. detail '. the propo..d Joint Irrigation Pipe DivorceIt any claim and demand which r
..."S. ..?.. "the 1_said n>.....,... .( Uw MM Ara Slip appearing by the sworn bill filed you, or either of you, may haveagainst ,
betas as fit* i. the pepa..d.lflee 01 anther the Clark sew 01 In the above stated cause that the estate of JULIA E. .
the Chesil Court I. and (r the county Kerosene Driven Irrigation Pumps the residence of William Van Winkle McINTYRE, deceased, late of I "
[' = and subJrt be Inspection br a" the Defendant therein named, Homestead, Dade
or WHICH Intorrt.d ALL th.mla PERSONA, Aermotor Windmills I Is unknown and that there is no to the Hon. W. F. '
TAEIt DUE NOTICE. WiL4 I person In the State of Florida the County Judge of Dade +
W. W. JOHNSTOpiutnid r........ said service of subpoena upon whom hit office In the

: *Anwl.tkSflf We**!.*. IwnUir, MM Call, phone or write for my prices would bind such Defendant and house in Dade County I
rnpuiii AMwbliom that he Is over the age of twentyone within eight calendar i i
This Jl.uur u, IIM years. It I*. therefore ordered the data of the first
13... 14. II. r... 1. 11. ail that said William Van Winkle, hereof. All claims and "
R.H.MAGRUDERFactory non-resident Defendant, be and he presented within the 28)I'
la hereby required to appear to the the manner prescribed
Turner's Funeral loseS4HK. Agent Bill of Complaint filed In said be barred aa provided
cause on or before Monday, the Dated January 28, A. j
AMBllANCB SERVICE Phone 521 3-t21lUain Highway 2nd day of March A. D. 1930 otherwise Harriett McIntyre d
,t>4y'AttondutBamst Bayriew the allegation of said bill Administratrix of the
Coconut Grove I will be taken as confessed' by said JULIA E. McINTYRE

,,' Phone ....R. ,.*4.. 1a, Defendant. First publication on t
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P.-T. A. Hears Author of Four Point New Pick-up Delivery BOY 4 FATALLY We wish CARD to thank OF THANKS the many tneo'

I Service Said Popular and women who at the rick o{ InJ., ./
Program for Financing o jury to themselves, removed the ,
BY TRUCKContinued
I .. "Jiut what we wanted and a HURT penonal belonging from our(.
Continued From Page One) wonderful solution to the problem home which burned Wednesdays
solo and Van Khrney, John and of getting small shipments to and MRS. ESTHER V RAILS
To make room for P.-T. A.
member who could not find seats Buddy Kuhn and Lester Aroher from the freight station" I* wild ( From Page One) MR. AND MRS. F 8. BLAKJL,
In the auditorium, Principal L. played a piano, violin ukeWe ,to be the opinion of all merchant, Justice of the Peace Sid L Kendrick -
number. storekeepers and individual who held that the accident wa
B. Sommen Invited the children
The third grade rhythm band ,hiv tried Seaboard Air Line Rail unavoidable According to witnesses -
who were present to with him
go directed way' tree pick-up and delivery the child had come out ol
to the gymnasium to see without : J>y Barbara Bluer played
service Innumerable Ed Terry' tore on the corner
w shipments
and choru of
cost the basketball in a selection a wee
gren there, game pro- I tot from the.first grade sang three of all description are dally being where he had bought an Icecream.
and In the act
wa
little "1\1II. transported between ihlppen'doort lollipop E
During the nine year from 1921 the street to return
and the freight: station In lo- of crossing I
Mn. E.: 1. Dytl, the preslcJ.nt..ppolntecS ,
to 1834, laid Mr. the .
Filer expenditures r cally-owned Seaboard contracted home, lees than a block away,
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Mr* C. J. Parma. Mrs.Frank I
of one departmentthat truck where Mr. Left baa a tore on the
of cattle and hogs-'had increased B. Rue, Mrs. Ceo N. Wakefield *. ; The new plan, it la laid, baa edge of colored town and the '
Mrs a L. Went and Mn.E
121 per centMr proved a boon to aQ shipper and family occupies an apartment In
L. Lawrence to serve a*a nominating -
*. C r. Parvln state president committee. receiver of lea-than-carload the tame building. A truck parked I
of the Florida Congress of I freight who do not operate the In front *f Terry' store kept
Parent and Teacher, he laid, led Four one donor bill were 'owes trucking equipment for It the boy from awing tie east bound ;.
In the fight In Orlando in January warded at P.-T. A. attendance bring to them a dependable,door-, truck and Mr. Lamb from teeing
that resulted the taking of three prixe since the president bad offered to-door service at prevailing low the child until he was directly In GeneralPubDc
million dollar from the ttate'i two second prize freight rate To those who operate the path of the truck. Lamb x
general fund to bring the teacher Mice Eleanor Kiydan' room their own drayage equipment swerved the truck and kept from RBoseatead l
alary fund to approximately $10- and Mn. C. A. Field' room In aa allowance of five cent running over the boy but a steel Utilities
800,000 or (too for each InitrueJlon the high school and Miss Mary a hundred pound I* granted tot stanchion pocket on the side of
unit. Jaekeen'i room and Mr*. Mary performing either the pick-up o r i the truck truck: him fun in the 1'boae NI-it ,
The tour point program be laid Webb' room hi the elementary delivery service themielve face.M114111 .

Is: that teacher salaries not be J
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reduced In order to complete
school term; that plan to extend Gold Medal e Sunlight :
term by payment of tuition be r rBUTTER.
discouraged; that teacher not be Country Roll
asked to take risks that the bank FLOUR24Ib.bag
will not take but that when fund
are exhausted schools: should not : '1 1Ib.
be closed; and that achool: board
be urged when making their budgets : :1.15:
for 193 -S7 to comply with

the provision of the law by including 4 Pyrex Cups Free .
In their budget the full 4SCMwedloomw
r r r r-r
amount appropriated by the 1835 .
1 legislature u tale aid for achool: :,
Chase and SanbornCoffee
"The homestead amendment ha
caused a loa of $290,000 In Dade Saturday SpecialsMILKBor'dens Georgia Beef

County this year", Mr. Filer said,
'> "and provlilon mutt be made for STEAKSBoned
:. thl*. The county has now 33H St. Chlr1es.OC, ,
per cent more children than It had tall ,
in 1B29 and It ha M per cent less I Ib.------ ZSc gave C.npAn :
money for tchoola.: The roomsaverage Ib.------ 20c'
from 40 to SO pupil each.
Double colon art common. A Cloth Bag

negro school In thl coUnty ha Beech Nut SUGAR lOlbs. and Rolled
1300 pupil and it teachers. SZCi
Drip or Percolator
"Individual attention, possible
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,. only In small claw, i* needed to Lamb Shoulder :
Irish Cobblers
build strong character and good CoffeeGulf.Kbt POTATOES Zl.c I .
*! mien*." lOlbs.

The Scherr twin, Eileen andOerome Ib.-- *---r.2Sliced 49 .

). Fitzpatrick, pupil, played ef Annie a. piano Mayhew duet, --- 30c Corn Flakes K2CK': 15c

and for a* encore performed a
folk dance. Two other number

were given by Mr*. FlUpatrick' Gill.KIStCROVDER TOMATO KETCHUP % I bottles
: 25cDried '
pupil Ardel Parman played a
B. Bacon

Prices May Offset PEAS2No.lcans15c lb. Dried lb.

Crop Damage by Rain ; APPLES18c, 'Mixed Fruit 18c Ib.------,34c.: .


\ (Continued From Pall One) KRAFT PRODUC'T'SMIRACLE '

other digging grower and wet to weather do likewlie.hurried U ; FREE!It! Dish withCHURNGOLD Calf

the weather "fair up" diggingcan
be prolonged six week or WHIP MAYONNAISE8oz f
more, but if the rain resume af j LIVERr

ter the respite of yesterday and jar ..?......_........15c 8 oz. jar ......_.-"_..J5c t

;Wednesday, there may be another i Ib. ZZc pint jar .................. .25c pint jar .._...............26c
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digging sic: !
panic
the market will with be the flooded retult'that and quart jar ................37c quart Jar ................44cPtiladelphia -- --- -

i price shot to piece*-and yet Cream Cheese 2 15c :
pkgs.
,. there 1 II nothing left to do but dig Fresh GroundHAMBURGER % Georgia Smoked ;
I ,1,1iBACON
or let the tuber rot In the ground
if the water risen on them.

County Agent Steffan said that Mixed Candy lbs. 25c

grower whose field are still ; I
green should apply copper lime (Bulk)
dutt to their plant to control the lb. -- -- -- :ISC Brown Sugar 41bs. 25c -
I blight Four dusting airplane, lb. -- 25c
I working out of the Homestead municipal

airport, have been employed Bulk PURE GOLD, Plain or Self Rising
by grower to dust field 'i
S where the ground was too wet for FT-- 6-lb.bag 1216.bag 24-lb.bag Georgia Beef \
y dusting tractor to operate. I LARDIlb. .:
\1 our 25c 45c 8Sc CHUCK ROAST E


L\ Let Us --- -- 1:3c: Whole Grain '5 h. No. 2 Caaa 2 for ft. :170 '
------
RICE--- 25c Tomatoes15e

RejuvenateYour i Dafa7 Meal or 6 RA. Small lb. Fresh GroundSAUSAflIEAT.


Woodwork Car I CHEESElberrr..25C GRITS18c PRUNES5cBallard's


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Body Fender Repairs
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Top anti Trimming Obelisk ft. ------ :leC'I

Seat Covers Plain or Self-rising
Painting Boneless Butts Smoked.SAUSAGE. -



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