The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00061
 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 28, 1936
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00061
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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1'1 Carson to Aid Ministers I ,,r POLITICAL RALLY AND OPEN. ; ': ';

:, In Move to Vote Out Slots HOUSE TO SCHOOL CHILDREN : !



j HERE WAY OUT K S Ws Owners AskedTo All States Society, 3 Score I t

4 Help Take'Pupils and 10 and Other Motorcades -- .

To Fair ort TuesdayHelp Slated "

la transporting schoolchildren ;
to the Dad County \
Tropical Fair Tuesday soon b 1))

I I' Editorial: Predicts Miami urgently requested of parent, ) 1
automobile dealer and other Big Premium List Is At. .
] ( forferendum ublle-spIrlU4 eltiseo bjr the .
j Whig tracting
fair management sod B. W. Manager
Morris, chairman of the school biters, Says r* 11{

.; :PLAN DOWNTOWN Day commlttM,
I The Dade County Tropical Fair
Unless this eo-eprratlcn li
i OFFICE IN MIAMI forthcoming, Mr Morris said, will open promptly at 10 o'clock
t sPhoto many children will not eel to Tuesday morning on the Redland .
4 ,Local Committee to Go Before the ,air.REPORT'. District Improvement Associationtract '
Coconut Palm drive and :
i, Metropolitan Pas. Redland road All exhibits win be 't ,
tors Monday BYROM In place at that time and the vart !' I 1 .
-- official. .
' ous superintendent department -
: The advice rind; assistance of head and exhibitors will J; i t
I James M, Canon prominent III WAS FIRED NOT be. in readiness to greet the thou- 4 f
I allli attorney, were enlisted la the y + "I'W expect* Med
i ,'' t : :-J: to H. K. Crandall, J .
I r TRUKSAYS.OILCO. manager Of the fair, which ta 1 t
committee tt Redland District sponsored by the Improvement
ministers who conferred with him Association
Wednesday He will draw up the Man Who Took Own Life Tarmer, housewives and growers I''
' petitions for a referendum at the Resigned on Account of are busily planning exhibit |l'!'
November general election to decide Illness Is Claim that will show the progress of the ,
,! whether or not lot machine i whole Redland District," said Mr I .,
license shall be cancelled in this .
t Crandcll, and from the many 4
of the StandardOil *
Inquiries and reservation for exhlblt -
The committee will go before Co. denied :yesterday a report educational
both In .
space \
the Greater Miami Ministerial Alliance by Woods.Mitzi published in Miami th.t0.. M. (
commercial line I
there ll
at its monthly meeting Monday Presents Moozer Born MondayIn Byrom Homestead agent of the I Indication: : that every available every |
} to present the plan of the company, who ended his life with 4
I (Continued on Page Two) :
(Continued on Page rive) I Tropical Monkey Jungle RedlandThe ; carbon monoxide gas from theexhaust /
I ,
; I i I of his car some time Tues, : .,
I day night, had been discharged by REGISTER FIELD
: :Yt 4-A PATROLMENAT third baby to be born at I the company, with his dismissal t
Tropical Monkey Jungle, one of REGISTRATION OF scheduled to take effect next Mon ;
! \ SCHOOL DUETOENDINWEEK! the most popular and unique placesof day.They BOX MARK AGAIN d
interest in the Redland District, said It was true that Mr. ,
i wa proudly presented Monday DADE VOTERS TO Byrom wa* to sever his connec- PACKERS URGED s
' ; morning to the gaze of Mr. and tion with the comPany Monday. i it
Mr*. Joseph DuMond, owner of START MONDAY but that it wa the result of a
: the Jungle by Its mother, MiUi, resignation voluntarllly tenderedby
1955! Law j i
, Three State Traffic Rlders:1 tamest of the troupe of liberated him some time ago on accountof Changes Place y j
Java monkey that roam the III health Byrom wa a sufferer of Registration$ to I, \ \
Coming as Soon Jangle but come readily within Precinct Deputies and Of- from sinus trouble. Tallahassee 4 I <
Training Over the view of visitor out of curi- fices Announced by The automobile containing the -
osity and hope of reward. Carl HolmerThe body wa found at about 10:30: .. 'I
The traffic patrol for State Road Little Moozer, Jr., a* he has m. Wednesday by Angelo Sylves- Law enforcement authoritiesthis
4-A the Dixie Highway between been named for his suspected father tri In a field on Richard road one- week are calling the attentionof .
i Homestead and Miami Is not' I 111 pictured above clinging biennial re-registration now fourth mile south of Palm avenue packing house and other owners
r' waiting on the end of the public' tightly to his mother who 1 II holdIng required of voters In Florida will approximately two and a half pf field boxes to an act of the 1933 i i i it
school term, al reported in a Miami also an orange with which she start Monday morning In the mile southwest of Florida City )legislature whiob chingw'the place II '
I newspaper yesterday, but on I was coaxed to sit for the camera. dads of Dad County. PiE. Sylvestrl, an Italian farmer, nou. of regljtaUoft,Ipr biMtd*or mark t !, 'I i '
the completion of a training School The' picture wal taken Wednesday bodp'Who'desirei'to; vote In tied Tbwn Marshal Win. J,Ger- to lengths of the, secretary of '
'r for patrolmen at Fort Myers. forenoon, when the baby was,June primaries or In any other (Continued on Page Eight) state instead of the office of the ,l lI.
Sheriff D. C. Coleman told the only two day old state or county election in the next elnult.u1 clerk This make 'ft ,ineensary I ;
fx. lion Club Tuesday night that the The Tropical Monkey Jungle I I two year must register again no Big Game Hunter Tells for all owners of field | ;{I ,'
: training schol for patrolmen had has been closed all this week while matter how many time he has boxes to reregister their brands
I started just after Chairman C. B. Mr. DuMond enclosed the trails registered in the past Of 11 Foot Dear He Shot or mark With the secretary of i j j ;! .
, Treadway of the state road department (Continued on Page Five) Deputy registration officer In If they desire the protection j, ;
, '' had promised to send Bruce Allen veteran hunter of of the, law against the unlawful 11ri 11riltafe
South Dade and their headquarter '
to 4-A. big game, recounted his adventures possession of field boxes. ,
two men patrol Four Busses a Day have been announced M follows 1''
"All state patrolmen were; tent In hunting Kodiak bean on Justlt of the Peace H. I* Kendrick t
by county supervisor -
;s; to that school," said Sheriff Cote- To Bring VisitorsTo of : the island of Kodiak, Alaska to and Grove Patrolman Frank l' t
man. "I have a telegram from Fair From Miami registration a talk: to the Homestead Rotary Irwin said yesterday that unless } 1
: Mr. Treadway tight here, how Precinct 17-a. R. Kerr, his office Club at its meeting Wednesday field box owner registered their ,
Perrlne One of the bear he shot marks and brand In accordance ,
srtr. eying that the school ends special bosses to the Dade noon \ 1
:A'1I' (Continued on Page Seven) Comity Tropical Fall will leave Precinct 8-t J Leggett hit wa 11 feet from nose tip to root with the revised statute, It would l{ I
the Unto Jlu station N. B. tore, Goulds. of tall and the other wa nine be difficult to prosecute field box't 1, J
THE U 19T: iOer.w First street and Third atenae.Miami. Precinct TO Virginia Cain feet : thieves effectively Ijj t .
{" at I. (. Mlja. ., 4 Better Food Store, Silver Palm. Mr. Alton and Ida business part- The Jaw provide that persons f 1
w..lh.r rase.al ibi..$..aM.plwliaped.eat p. m. and < ax nw the Florida Precinct 70-A. W. McVlcker, ner, C. S. Line, who are from Chicago .' firm or corporations for a ft* ef ; ,
Station. H..o. riorms. Miami )2 ,file with the ; )
Meter Lines sueneed tail his Prince n. visiting in and other may secretary of j,
week. Florida cities. were the guests: auto at Tallahassee a true copy Of J
/ 1a/.Ilan Returning te Miami the buses Precinct 71-J. W. CampbeQ, of Cha T. Fuchs Jr. the identifying markor brand y f ,i
Feb. 22 e3 51 39.21 ,02Feb. mill leave the fair greonds 1stRedlaarf his residence. Bedfend. Next Wednesday" meeting win which appears on his field crates \
23 __ 72 43Feb. atSp.iiwCy.m4T Precinct 71-W. a Cave, be a Indies night. The meetingis tnd receive a certificate o! regsj ,Utratlofi !
24 73 39 30.33Feb. p. so. and It D. !Do I Chamber of Commerce, Home being held at night to suit the which will be Held as proof j:
23 76 62 30.33Feb. A special rate ef approximate* II stead. convenience of Jim and Clara In all Florida'court of UW "adop- .s ),
2t .... 77 41 30.22Feb. ly half the usual fair here Precinct 7S-Flora D. Myers Hammond who will present a tlon and recordation of such Ides 1 (
27 80 e3 30.08 Hemetoa will be charted. I town ball, Florida City. service club playlet. toying mark or brand. !J

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LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday February 28, Watt
Two THE -
Page __. 01
'1600 smuts here In uniform. They F.FJV. Play Tonight Han ;
TROPICAL FAIR I TO PERFORM TWICE DAILY IN FREE SHOW (, will camp on the fair ground Both Drama and Comedy \
AT DADE COUNTY TROPICAL FAIR I I overnight and attend the various
J churches of the district Sunday
HAS CROWDED I When the Homestead Chapter\
morning .
i .
I Prendens-s List Available bySaturh Future Farmers of America, 4e<. j
I tided to produce the new Anna'\

WEEffSPROGRAMContinued l I The official premium, Noon list book can comedy, "Young and Healthy",1to
I will be be given at 8 o.: cUwk tonight IB,
let, containing 23 pages
I School
Neva King Cooper auditorium
( from Page One) 1 I available to exhibitor at the fair they did so for several"
Arcade by .
office In the McCrory
squire foot In the four large tents reason, according to George
the superintendents -
and from
will be occupied.I I : noon Saturday of the various departments Wakefleld adviser "First of 611,

The exhibit tents to house thee I at the fair grounds Sunday -: tin play la clean and wbolelJQ
It i* highly dramatic as well
fair will arrive Sunday from Fort and thereafter.
{ Lauderdale where they are being I I very comic; and It Is a human a
"The fact that the Dade County
I moving story of :youth. Allcharacter
used by the Broward County
Fair'I It Tropical Fair i* paying more and
are young people It
this week. The tent will b* I other
erected Immediately and the work I It better premiums than any in their teens, and theyn :lbo
fair in Florid., except those heldat
the finest lit of young Amerlo
of placing the various
Winter Bmen -
Tampa, "
can Imagine, Mr. Waketiel. .
booths In their location will it" said Mr. Crandell, "has
Mend said. "They're the type o( young
on through the night and vno r been Instrumental In attracting a
1 ry people to be found in every co
that everything will be m
I b and
large number of exhibits,
readiness for the exhibitor ; munlty and no doubtrecognize you
I those who have reserved apace are In them, many of
The I(rftV** Greater Shows an gently requested to have their
traits and characteristics of
orgnnlMftfeft 'to its 29th year, also "xhiblt In place and ready for
of closest friends Thee th
will come from the Fort Lauder-
judging at the time specified"The flarol
characters are
dale fair. They previously completed leading III
engagement at fairs in extension aeparancnt of the Bobby Meant, brothers .tnat I I.L Ifb
J Sarasota, DeLand and Sanford U n 1 very it y of Florida at Gaines- Baker, a young Cage end: wh
\Mlle .Is sending to the Dade County advent into the Means' home :no
More than 300 persons are required -
Tropical Fair Judges who thoroughly his entire outlook
to operate and handle the various only changes <
shows and riding devices comprising understand all classes of life, but also sets right move
: fair exhibit: Their time here problems that face the Masp
th+ Krause outfit, Mr
will be limited, Mr. Crandell aid, boYI,"
Crandell i&m.
t and In the event that any exhibit The part of Harold and Bobby
Tuesday to Be School Day u not/eady; at the ]time scheduled played by Richard Malison1?
Tuesday, March S, has officially it lira
for fudging' will Automatically and Tommy Moffett,
1 been aet aside a*school day and up be eliminated from competition.
until 6 p. m. all Dade County pu- "Flying MeUonuT to Provide Free
pile and their teacher will be admitted 1 Attraction Twice Dally self an outstanding show or gut'
to the fair ground free, and traction."
Speaking of the amusement features -
to each show and ride on the midway A free attraction presented eack'.fternoon ]
The Six Flying Melzores'sensational aeriaUut, who will provided by the Krause
for five cent The Redland, present their death-defying double-trapeze return act, twice dally I Greater Show for the fair, Mr. and night by the falrj
Homestead and Florida City at the Dade County Tropical Fair, March 3rd to 7th at Redland. CrandeU laid: management will be the Six !Fly
schools: will be dismissed at noon tot The performance take place high In midair, so that it may be "Some ten to twelve riding devices big Melzoras In a sensational!

give the pupil an opportunity to easily seen by the crowds. _I with everything from a ponyride 1 aerial trapeze act This perform-
) visit the talr.Tuesday I
or a miniature automobile for ance take place 40 feet in midair -|
1, will also be political Thursday for All State at the fair,as have many infernal the kiddies to the thrilling loop-I I Mr. Crandell said, and intro,
;j rally day, and Chairman P B. Home Demonstration Sodet"I' organization, the fair manaerlale the adults will be duce outstanding feat of daring]
Bird of the committee handlingthe Three Score and !. there ooor'o the sensation-seeker i I by all member of the troupe,

'} program has been assured that On Thursday members Saturday Boy Scout Day and Ten to twelve separate and distinct I which I* headed by Raymond Me -
: many candidates tot public office County Home Demonstration Homestead Day tented attractions each Ina I lora, said to be the only one-leg

with their friends and supporterswill Council will arrive In a body about' Saturday has been designatedu class of its own and of merit I ged clown-aeriallat In the show'

\ attend. The activities will noon with Miss Pansy Norton Boy Scout Day and Homestead from an entertaining, educational :I business .
; start at 10 a. m. county home demonstration agent, or amusement standpoint, wJl11 I "This act has been a sensation st,

Wednesday Homemaker and : In charge DayBoy Scout troop from Dad and provide program of varied Interest all leading state fairs and amu

Veterana Oar The All State Society parent Broward County will be the guest for the thousands of visitors ment park throughout the United]
f The Spanish War veteran, who body of the various state societies of the fair management Saturdayand to the fair. The erection of these State and Canada," said the fair]

. I hold their annual encampment In In Miami, ha chosen Thursday I special entertainment 1* being shows and rides la the short space manager, "and should prove of]
" l Miami March 2, a and 4 and will afternoon for Jts visit to the fair, provided for them. It Is estimatedthat permitted I* such marvelous exhibition I great interest tq the people of thIctlstrtct.
:r have M their honored guest Sen- and hundred of interested visitors there-will be not tot Hun of system that It Is In It- ." '
ator Rice W. Mean of Colorado, ,an expected: to help make
"I commander-ln-chlef" of the United this motorcade one of the largestof
Spanish War Veteran, are arranging the week.
a special motorcade from The Three Score and Ten Clubof
\ 'Miami to the fair Wednesday af- Miami, which ha attracted national -
ternoon. The Veterans of Foreign Interest and has among its >
Wan, Disabled War Veterans, member many distinguished citizens WE; STUDY youRFERTILIZER ; '

American Legion auxiliaries of from all part of the country .
these. organization and the Miami will visit the fair In a body on
'Motor Club are co-operating to Thursday .

make this day aa outstanding success. Friday Greater Miami Day NEEDS

I : and Organisation Day
: The Homemaker Club of the Many Miami and Miami Beach
Miami Dally New I* sponsoring organization are planning to visit I
.' a special program tot Wednesday the Dade County Tropical Fait 11ft
afternoon and wilt bring to the Friday. Many improvement associations .
I For eleven have been studying the fertilizer
fair hundred of member and well la the Greater Miami years we

wisher In a motorcade. area have chosen this as their day.
requirements of South Dade County soils with the result

that we have constantly improved our formulas wherever

; t d110 S "Hidden illirnst"{ possible. When advisable, we have introduced new ertiliz- i

1 will beprgsented er elements. We promoted the use of Manganese Sul- i i

phate, and now we have diversified. crops instead of

I precariously depending on one crop alone.


I When you buy Redland Brand Fertilizers you are

1 CO. I getting a product which is the result of careful-study by

I ,local representatln.. I a local concern whose past, present and future is tied up

of I with your community-whose success depends on the success -

,t I of its customers right in this "neck of the'woods". .

DEN Purina Fe'edsNEVA I II I ._


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Friday, February 28, 1936. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Thr. "

(IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIUIIUIIIII"rr}! }}} ) } } M. E. Choir to Repeat\.., Secular or LpwtWM .ekes He, wes, I ed with being drunk, forfeited a
Concert fa Florid" City* a,Ml*" from "The Fire hawmn M*** *. alternative >3 bond. C Baaklna, colored
) e 6iIi .I.*Arm"with ree kb .d>+riBa..
20 Years The concert given lad Friday k'thSunftjr PoutW.* V" .me, bJ felted a SJO bond. Emory WU- *
AgolIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIiIAHIIiIIIIIIIIIIIN11IIIIIQ evening by member of the Homestead _....,v __....:._.. ... Harris 'Town MarehaB =. 3, !fteronlmoSaturday ? llama colored alto charged with r
Methodist Choir and other Instrumental trio: Mn Joseph night was Charged; wtth reckless driving, was fined |10 or .
musician will be repeated this! Elder piano; Dr. H. 3. Wolfe, disorderly conduct, assaulting, ten days In jaii
I! I I evening in the Community Churchof violin; Oeo. Trick clarinets striking fighting another aIMS n-'

no a.wl.e a... an "hem W". Florida City. There' will be no I ( ) Overture to "tiar and Zim Mating arrert. READ THE WANT ADS .
bad= hen aM .. he ..-. admission charge but a silver offering merman" .._ .. Lortzing ,
.:top.l n a.e.a.a.a .... pa Atli.a will be take to finish paying (b) Minuet In O" Beethoven ,.
.s Sub I'IorIiIa .esvifeb. ... for The special moia need in Solo by Mr Wm. Muwelwhrtt THREE FORFEIT BONO f frtlti
the concertTallowing (a) "Will You Remember" Jose S. Soler of Miami forfeited NEWT G. BALL ;
u 1916 ,_._...__.. .. Rombarg ...
are the number a $33 bond in UM city court con I -
"-"PoIaI b- the largest 'audWoce wklc.wlU bt presented; "Wade) Selected IH U Water" ttucted Monday Bight by Mayor Umva.ELM LED> Ii
(negra spiritual
ever assembled in South' DAde swea Charles T. Harper, lot peddling gi1"11ra1 L131-18 y
)__..... n_ Noble Cain
r Cdiraty-greeted William :Jennings By*,*, ""No WW Despairingly", The Sleigh" (a URusae) Relgger! merchandise in .the city Unit, It .. BJWM AM.Green '
Bryan Sunday morning late at the .. _..._._ .:...-___ Sprott"God "Joshua Fit da Battle ob Jericha withouUcenae. I
chool( tudltarium. It was carious. Hath Spokta" _.TWUson (negro spiritual) ....... ....._.CaulMrs. J a. Hillard of Narajja, charg
tr: estimated at from'IJOt'o-lWO, Adoramue Te".__JPBJetrlna f. D. Redd play the piano
some eve going higher From TI "Orteye Not the Holy Splrir. :accontpaalneatQAUES

to 100 automobile* were parked _...._ ____---' Stainer"Ismiooderry : : Lantern Restaurant
Voundr the school building >hen Ir. LEAVES TOWN

the jKrvioM.began." I --i__. CMapoeer Unknown W. ... Oases was fined 950 art ADJOINING HOTEL REDLAND:
r, -'Tbloltowlng, named, farming 'Com* Unto M.. M-SW....WUMM) poses JTCMuating to |1010 and sea- Western T-Ben Blank Dlaaer Me Chicken hisser Wo- :, .'
e.am'prba'party, viiited tDa.bomeof ,Baaed .po .u-. by.L eZt) teaeedi(b M days at bard labor*a Regular Dears Be* VegetakJkIfate MrAn ..
C, R .WlllUuni, on Wedaewit lTjmn:g tar a.Tu ssasd:roaau-'I tin ,....'* .....t, in tau Florida Xl*" .> R_..... .aodeisbss
e'Touki; Wr: and Mil.Whitehead. : r __ CUsef City euirtllendBX night,by Mr
Mr Bhd Mrs. Van Winkle Mr and :
1 .t-;' sedum, Mr:. and Mr* r. ':
Power,. Mr; anAMra. Beaver, Mr. fJ :
and Mrt Jacobson, the Misses. I.. II .
one.at d OUa, Jacobjoo, U rlow 1'j! i
Jacobean, Mr, troaardIt and: lira.7Er'pea .
iacli and !
,j t .;.."bidnryCartes: and daughter. i ii ;

; Ilaaola4rr Carter* ,. and Horace. I ii i .:
Havetl KMXored (o Miami >nt
\ Sunday and plcudlP ,Mr and ..
r Mr*. Howard Audelott then Went
to the beach and spent 0 pleasant g.r

j M- lIr." U
"Mr, and Mr. C. A. Gale. of
1 Montpelier, Vt, are pending oon;(
ilderable time with I. R. Matthew -,1 I II
1 and wile this winter .1 1j II
Mn. Oatei is{ h a slater Of C H.Woodburr. .
j ." I I"Ceorga

= Mackert. Carl Schu .
macher, Thomas Them, Lionel -
Van ''Winkle Irving Reed, John
Heuer, Clifford Robinson, Alma
ftchumacher Floy Robert"*, Martha
Lee Louise BrywnEloenor Bauer

Beetle Campbell, Eulee Campbell, ?r v w
Thelma rraieur 'Gertrude Fnut. r
eur, Myoma; Kahl, Alice Lindner
Wilma McCollough Viola McCotlough. -
..Matt!* Thcui, Helen Vor-
bees, Bather Jepson, George Koael,
William McCollough, Jlhnn'Ov-
erall, Mason Roberta, Jack Wright,
Venue Hetfleld and Robert Ffax- 'iI
eur, are the honor pupil el the .
Redland school for attendance I
during the bit month of tchooL" 4 i' t k i 1 y I III '.
-"Mr. and Mrs. Ctta*. M 'Fisher .
have M their guest Mr. sister'smother 1'j
,. bf sestets, Mr*: M. D.' II IT COSTS LESS NOW
Finch and Mia Ruth Fisher of! II
Gainesville, Fla" j TO BUY"ON TIME" "
-"Mr. Fred Suber of Amerleu,' }4 M,
.Ga., was the guest of his aunt, Mr I ha The new MAC e X tIM MrMiNTrui .

James ED&1iIh. .the aeveral deSalt rcducettb cost .
week:" I Ai' of financing a new carpurchiacr.
-\ida1 night,, the-Uth, the In-
Ue tbege-
dependent caucus met with Dr \
Forreat Presiding, Theee BonuV savings to get a better '!

n.tiaa Made; mayor, B. F. car-. car lbat' a joy to
... ForrfiLIMdrsan dM'IfI.in'. -.riser. for far ttaUtaamk ta
Edward aeiaing; "" *& thrift, proion"g
It !r.''.Fuss,: 1. ,S.'Ctm.. J. I" EXTEA. .wrapped up 3500''peuwdt of wear, tear and abu e. It will 'Write own, a.tbriIh.dri.o'I J
Canon; clerk: Frank RobertI: safe, smart ;,
in sixteen feet of the sort of lad,
live-wire power-thru family history Dew
treattKCii: W J..Owen | miirahat; that packs pleasure in '
J. W. Must There were ballots eye-sioppW '&DIIt1acu-aod..1I it faction it gives you and yoW" mfle.W.'ll gladly '
caat" (>ru rida City"Thu ) the Special very
dttien' cancua wa held speo. But highlight .f the news is that you how you the exact :i
1'rkM7. evening. leaf '. Thaw Extra mews If was-when buyers buy the Buick Special for figure and how touch
can a mere
orainktiona were mad: mayer, put foot to treadle on the open road you .
Hal Locbrlef aldermen: J, 11. Sim- and fbnad the.fiuiok, Special nimble, two or threat dollars a week moo than lave. r"
moot C Dr Wilson, Fred Robert the lowest-prieed cars. The new
eager steady smooth li as so"af ever
ton F. H. Allen;clerk: Freak Robert CM AC 6% Time Payment Plan briars
*; treasurer: W F KlIBg; marahal was before at '$765* list price at the .
the of "on tune
: A. O. Lund. 'There ww 81 factory. down Coat buying ,
bauata sod (Florida Qttt ) makes payments easy,removes the last .
pilepse upud hewnmiles 'll "tIN when C8UMfcww iti.to"tepoup"toaBuick. ,
.. ---t?> you roll weeks f

:. .. into thtud'tee how meager are We'd like to show you the phenomenal _
''u." mand. for gas and oil-bow stubbornly Special, let you drive it.figure out the
It resists the siren call of the arithmetic on It. It's worth your"while-

Let Us repair shop. ]just to find out bow little it costs to act ,

I It's newsworthy for style for power a car that'a big in more ways than its i

RejuvenateYour for comfort, for safety. It's a headliner behest! When may we see you" ? I J

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i Pave Four THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday. February 28,1936. t

,. ,. CommissionersTo .
.u Urges Pressure on County

THE LEADER.ENTERPRISEhbllalle4 FROM OUR MAIL BOX I Provide Old Age Pensions Next Budget ,

Friday at 'Iomlt.i .. ................ ....., qft
stead Fla.. by the South Dade "_._ ..4 ". .._"""'"__ "NO "' I I Editor Leader-Enterprise: I I board will consider the prop**).,. ,

Publishing Co. Shows Progress Being Made ton in making up their next bud?
Address ;
Kavanaugh About January: first of this year gt in March. I earnestly
Prophesied Jurist EducatorEditor I I sent a petition of leo voters to I I
BEN ARCHER Editor i Toward Goal by that all Interested In seeing the
commissioners askingI :I
the county present generation of old people
Leader-Enterprise\ : courage I them to take favorable action to to the
Entered a* second class mat I get a pension ease hardshipof
'But the main effort will so to i meet the federal old age pension I
their last days, write to
matter March .. till. at MM pw the
In view of the Interest createdby _those
attack crime at Its source law. which gives to every person ,; board of county commissioner and
dIM at Homestead. florida. Older
published account of the conditions of housing and environment old $1& a month
your 89 yean or over this be
ask step
tile act of March 2. 1ST ;
address given by: Mr. Andrew whleh breed criminals by: the from the United State treasury I match the federal old-age pension.
wholesale. All of the wettsre and provided that the state 10Ylfl'11IIIII" ,Y
SUR PRICE It.09 A YEAR J. Kavanaugh at the Homestead I I am 78 years old and have beert
octal agencies will work together will match this with a like '
In Dade County 38 years have
Rotary Club meeting In which be to blot these out, and buabMM men ; appropriation making a total pen- done lot for this county in +
a the
Rotary Celebrates 31st advocated establishing four-yeai'' will bMk them a* tNt do>> their. sion of $30 a month available to way of taxes, donations, building f
police school In every state and own Industry; or Interest ;each old person
etc. and there lot
Anniversary roads are a of
a crime prevention t bureau In 'A conditions are today, criminals This petition was circulated after Other people who have done that .

i The spread of Rotary In the : every city, I am enclosing the following are merely thrust back on society I had been reliably Informedthat part likewise I think a* a mat. '

i three decade of its history to clipping of an article which : for more lawlessness Increasing It wa up to the county commissioner ter of justice the county should, ,,:
nearly eighty countries or region appeared In the Chicago Dally: the penalties does not as to whether w* could hel"%the old people who pioneered

\ give inspiration to the anjjjver- New of May 9, 1930. spell success If one year were participate the provisions of that this county and want.edno assist
week by..Rotary 'WIthin ten the United added to sentence, it would asked the commission r.
ary ceiehrationjhti I years every law or not W* ance a* long a* they Were able to
clubs of'almoSit 4,000 cities State witty be well on its way to mean a new penitentiary would to assess a two per cent tax'; work. ,

The man who founded thli becoming one of the most law- have to be built accommodating to take care of same. I'I II BYRD FJTZPATRICK.

world-wide movement on February abiding nation on earth' 3,000 prisoners in Illinois A life have been Informed that the Homestead Fla. Feb.. 25, 11130.
23, 1905, Paul p. Harris of Chicago "Thl prophecy was made not sentence cannot be given to everyone

still take an active part by a chimerical dreamer but by Therefore, prevention I* the .......,--....--......,...- starved children, will agree with:

and U at this time visiting some one of the nation' most seasoned only' remedy'"Judge Jingling SawsBy the latter part of the adage. Bill

t of the 250 Rotary club in Latin- jurist and authorities on crime: Bruce served as ( member Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick Johnson, a poverty stricken back

conjunction with a Judge Andrew A. Bruce, president of the Illinois Association: of ...._ ,
I ;t 'thn.s -.....-- """". .. ; woodsman, had become the father.
American Rotary of the American Institute of of
trip to oAith Criminal Justice, Is a professor
child The
of his twelfth cradle
I conference at Valparaiso, Criminal Law and Criminology, law at Northwestern University I've sewed up all the tear and in which the child lay had served

Chile March 47. formerly a member of the North and Is active in the university'snew rip, i its purpose tor eleven preceding
Dakota court *crime-detection bureau. It I Is Bel eve me. I
constantly growingmore
( Rotary U children and its rocker were sqi
l. under his direction that the Amer The strap; are last on all my dips '
International Club hay "Judge Bruce base hit conc1 far gone that there was no mar
i been elected, without the aid of slons on a survey he ha been making lean Institute of Criminal Law and Believe' me rock In them! "Guess w* otter 1
When all the clothe hang on the
I ,. paid organizers, at the rate ofi' of newly developing force of Criminology 1* making Ha own line I lit a new cradle, BUI," said the

three a week since 1810 In the law enforcement: and crime prevention investigation as to" the sources and Those most profusely patched are wife with a wan smile This one'*,
\l lout fiscal year there was a membership He sees a hookup of the cause of crime. mine 1 erbout all used up." Bill kicked

I Increase of more than 10- science of psychiatry and penology Judge Bruce passed away a year over the dilapidated crib that was
I take the stitch that saves me
I 000 and the number of Rotarians of the police, the courts and ago. It is probable that the work nine ready to fall apart "Yes, Handy,"

I la now more than 144,000 prison administration, of universities of the organization of which he ,Believe me. he drawled "guess we ,otter lit anew '

One of the significant Rotary social agencies, churchesand was the head has not gone tor- one Here' two dollar Next

vents of the pest year was the welfare movement, for a coordinated ward a* rapidly during these :year time ;you go ter town Lit one at
of the It might at There I* an out I.ymhat the
approach on crime and depression a*
European Rotary conference at the (tore-but sit one that will.
crime-breeding condition It will the time this article was written. rich have money and the poor last" Stuff.
Venice Italy, attended by tome -Heavy
But Mr. Kavanaugh'a address have children. As for the rich
f 1,500 RoUrians and their wives be a battle waged with characteristic -
!S from almost country in American vigor, with the attainment shows that progress is being mad having money, that, of course: is .
every obvious And for the having Life U mostly froth and bubble.
of a* great success as toward the better law enforce. a* poor
Europe has been registered In the fields ment condition of which we all children, anybody who ha ever Two thing stand like stone,
i The friendships developed between of Industry and education dream been In th* backwoods of Tennessee Kindness in another'. trouble.

. Rotarians at International HARRIET J ARMSTRONG, where there are only the poor Courage In your own
"Crime and criminals aren't
: convention and conferences, by Redland. Fla Feb. 23. 1930. and ha seen the horde of half -.A, L Gordon.
u the visits of individuals and groups on the run but they will be: said

't j y to Rotary clubs in other countries, fudge Bruce The American

#j' and In many other ways, are helping people are at last beginning to
, to bui4 International under- take the situation In earnest Not

4VdLNN'bnd thus provide a only Is public Sentiment ripe for

j I foundation for discussion and sets such a revolution In favor of law

s tlement of previously difficultquestions. and order, but the foremost minds
of the country are applying themselves -
! 4
t to the situation That Is why

moveanent I say decade will show amazing:
/ > '1. log In Chicago, February 23. 1803, result
I with Paul Harris a lawyer, and "A complete: overhauling of

I three of his friends. It was the' criminal\ procedure and of statutory -

penalties will\ take place. In I 'M&rMAX
j his opinion. Juror and judges I WHO t tc

club designed primarily to encourage will be limited to determining the PAS CAU6HT MOREYARPOM -
! fellowship among they guilt or Innocence of an accused I c
I leading business and professional party, with a scientific commission WAX

I men of a community. fixing the punishment Juries will '. MAN (M TV*' WOW D,
I 01 Inspired by the enthusiasm gradually be abolished in favor of

f "umor.1ed in this first club the trials before Judges. Commissions .W.QSARy rf1bY1rAN

s .'. founder began ."orb0 organize determining penalties and grantIng -

! ':. Rotary club In other cities It Parolee will have rotating
was three yean before the sec membership, non-political in
ond club was organised in San character, much like the boards of

Francisco, but within five ;years, trustees of state universities

I 16 of the largest cities In the State prisons will DO longerbe

United States had Rotary clubs dumping ground for persons

When there were 18 clubs in the convicted of crime regardless of

United States the founder felt that their mental or physical conditionor /'

there should be some cooperation social attitttd.'j" laid Judge I low

between them. With Cheeky Bruce, 'any; more than we would I
R. Perry, he brought together now toss lot tick In one 14

In Chicago the representatives of erate meat Into a hospital 41OTMOD7

i the sixteen club In August, 1910, pect them to recover eon'lom-1
.".' and the national association was
I 'M formed must ment have. his own car .

6 The dame "Rulu," ww suggested 'The reformatory or CLAIMS 1W*. STWCnOK OPVUVIKO

by Paul Harris from the Plnlten-j tU&UOUS lARGI.LY PAf.Kt14GI .
I tiary of that day will be 'it"
i early custom of holding the meetings TUfc W "
plinary school o. detention hospital IM .1
of the club in the office ofi' A'0ul14
with a warden chosen with >\\T t
the member la rotation. The
"i the same) car as t* used In select. ,
I founder also devised the classification li
1: .
r Ing a university: president The I :
i principle, restricting membership
board of specialist, such a* psy
In the Rotary club to but
chlatrlsts and psychologists, will i It
one man in each distinct line of
be chosen a* faculty members are. j
business or profession Even guard will be wen paid and
From the name "Rotary" and I lYrA.r I II Ii
chosen for Intelligence a* well a*II +
the thought of rotation among II I

one's friends, cam the Inspiration I
(or.the Rotary emblem first, ed. "Hey buddy" the rookie. said, I

a simple wheel and later the cogwheel "give us a light, will you?' Thestiller I

officially\ adopted! In obliged. A* he walked I

At the second convention: away,another soldier,with staring I i
exclaimed to the rookie "Forthe
thd expression: "He profits 1'24'1 ryes. i
do know who I "
who serve beet," wa love of Mike you ( ,
1 of the that was' That' Penhing! Flabbergasted ,
the best expression
ciples of Rotary Some years later the newcomer ran after': flu distinction of being the CHAMPION TARordN floors approximately ISO toot by J10 foot and tiy4),

t the phrase 'Service Above Self" the General. Tm: ::1in sir," FISHERMAN: ef the WORLD gees M W. also a rawsanino about. 15 feet by 118 feet. It 1
he apologized. the JONES who ban caught and landed 1,636severing it ha
won coined and the two expressions !IASHBY: an aU-electricsJly welded building and a
were united in 191* to form army only a couple It hour rm a period *f about 43 years of fishing clear span on the second floor of 118 feet. In

the Rotary motto of today afraid aU uniform took alike to f roniMl Fort X,..... During the last season Mr.Jons addition to the roost modern packing facilities,

.me, *tft I hope you won't.That's *-he taught 1.0 "s >w **J*". H* .*r. ttorwgti tilt hag structure contain complete rat room
eU Only" -
AS THE GREATEST OAT AM paused and his eye twinkled. qsortsme-i and always releases his eafeK for both mm an4 women a kitchen and a cafe

that of and located about 10 tan** from Orlando at Dr. terms It I* situated bi till amidst Of the _14'*
My favorite story I* a "Only, tk my advice never
: try It e-a second lieutenant"- FkCUp, Florida, vend th* largest Pumas low'. largest tangeria grow* tribute to the vista*

manicuring dunning Pollock: \ the Rotarian la the w rU-boDt sy aa IndMdaol. It has two I and energy *f one aosn .Kr. p. ftiOlpi, *i OfII

!I 'sad when a man Jnunlfqrm..! pw* ';( ... .: ., ;t.-, '' ''/ ..;J.i.. .. -. .' j ., .. .._ ..
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February 28, 1936. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Page Five
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CARSON TO A.mMINISTERS Mitzi\ Presents Moozer, Born; Monday\ .Optometrist, to Open I Minister Announces I
I Office(3n Homestead Lenten Sermon Series

IN In Tropical Monkey Jungle, Redland ..-- I
Dr. -M. C. Moat, who hat practiced flat 8.v. M. A. toper, pastor of
I (Continued From Pale One) day In addition to the liberated optonietry in Tampa and Miami the Remand Community Church "'
MOVE ON SLOTSContinued for the past several veers, win announces that on Sunday mornIng '
long the monkey run with chick stockers there are cage whichcontain
I open an office In the McCrory arcade he will preocb on "What About
1 S
; en wire-In abort, while he built : Mary, the ehimpansoe, tomorrow. God'". This will be the first of
( From Page One) I. rated runway for the humans almost a* big ai a human and with Dr. afott to a native of Hills- a series of *yen Lenten sermons
Redlnnd District Ministerial Association I who come to watch the activityof more than a human' share of borough County, Fla, and is a that will .,UNMl through Apr, 12 r
to have the churches of the monkey In the tree*, There Jealously when she doe not get graduate ot the Illinois Northern' The subjects of the other sermons ,,
the county direct a simultaneous have been no accidents yet at the the attention to which she feel sheis College of Otpometry, class of are "What is Sin", "The circulation of the referendum petitions Jungle! but with the number of entitled; brown ringtail, crested 1H9 Modem HeJT. Whose Image'". '
H at such time as may be visitor increasing by leaps and nangabeyi, Rhesus and spot nosed He wll have office hour dally "Why a Church "Behold Von
deemed best The petitions mustbe bound, the DuMonds want to Guinean and Guinea baboon from 1:10 to I p. m. King" and "Resurrection of the I"
signed! by 20 per cent of the guard against' the possibility of a Mr. and Mrs. DuMond established Body
qualified electors In Dade County chance bite of a frightened or angry their monkey jungle about Other ewvtees during the period -
and recent estimates are that there monkey whose tall has been three yean ''1OJ. Efforts to Increasethe BOLLYWOOD JUNIOR HI WINS will be held at 7 Mock on Sun.
will be from 50,000 to 60,000 qualified pulled by some daring and curious number of liberated monkeysby I The Hollywood Junior High days and 7:30: o'clock: on Tuesdayand
voters In the November elec- youngster when the monkey came purchased additions failed because School basketball team defeated Thursday evening
tion.On within reach in the hope of gettinga the' original tribe would i Homestead Junior High Friday
the advice of Mr. Carson the
peanut or a banana. drive out the stranger and starve night in the Homestead gym to
committee will take up with the The monkey jungle, which I* on him to death. Therefore when reproduction i the tune of 83-24. W. Maxwell SmithINSURANCE
Miami Ministerial Alliance a pro-. Halnlin drive Vast of Naranja began among the tribe I Conrad and Hubbi were the
posal to open a slot machine referendum road will be reopened, however, test fall Mr end Mrs. DuMond: high scorers for Hollywood with
R headquarter in a down in plenty of time to receive visit went delighted 12 and 11 points respectively. FIRE ALTO STORM AND' LIFS
Miami. Members ,
town location In from the hundred expected to Tropical Monkey Jungle If believed *' Martin Bishop was high for Homestead lotions 949.51Office .
of the local delegation at the I come down fox the Dade County to be the only monkey. with nine points Malcolmwas la MfCrery ArcadeBuild
conference with the noted attorney I Tropical Fair, which opens Tuea jungle In the United States. next with seven. .
war the Rev. A. A. Koeitllne,
president of the JUdland District

Ministerial Association; the Bev I '...._ -- -
C. N. Walker, secretary and the I"" "
Rev. H. O. Cowan. I
That ample! co-operation will be
forthcoming from the press and
citizens at well as from the minister
of the Greater Miami area is
indicated In the following edi-
torial which appeared in Wednes
day' Issue of the Miami Herald
under the heading "Slot Machine
Vote lot
"The way is being opened to
Dade County (Miami) people to
expel the slot} machine from their
midst, and requires only their i 111
votes to do the trick. '
"Homestead ministers have begun -I
a petition which they hope
Will lead up to an election In November f
on the proposal to cancel
all slot machine permits In Dade
County We am not In position ,
to judge why the Miami ministers
have not been more active la this
matter, but we believe they will
not be slow In joining,their Homestead
colleagues. ,
"This Is a matter In which the
family as a symbol of wholesome
American life should be most in.tet'ested. .
It your son or daughter
were to go out into the street and Who
pour the contents of a saving
bank into the gutter you not only
would punish the child but watch
for possible mental twists. Yet
the state, by law, has placed on
the street corner handy for children .
as well as grown-ups ma.
chines which absorb the coin
played Into them just a* surely a* ---

would a yawning cesspool. == ........
"It I futile to expect the law to ....
keep children away from slot '" .
machine It 1* just a* unreason u
> able also to expect that women
and men with a gambling crate \
will stop playing when they have I I"
dropped 9 few dollar into the I ,
metal monster It goes on and ,
onvt lunch time In the evening,!
all through the day. Crowd i yourself a home in, the
around comers where slot machines .
are grouped frequently fill'
U>e> sidewalk and force pedestrian
to-walk In the streets. I
Redland DistrictYou
"Like the drug habit, the slot
machines are pleasantly ldlou.:
Like drug also they cannot be

I\ temporized to handle them wIth 1* The to drive only theme way can do it with government insured it standing, and with cash or a building lot

completely out of Dada county mortgage loan. equal to 20 per cent of the total cost of the
and keep them out The minister
are attacking: an ugly job when In one simple transaction you can secure property can build a home this new way. Ask
they start the drive-but it I Is one
us for details. We have helped others to get
that every sensible citizen will up to $16QOO on this new type pf loan from
join given the opportunity" any financial institution co-operating with F.IJ.A: loans and can do the same for you.

Returning Missionary: "In Africa the government in your behalf. Monthly If you already own a home you will want

almost many nothing.of "the natives wear repayments spread over such a long period to know about the Modernization Credit Plan

Mill Prude "Mercy! It's a good (up to 20 years) that it's just II easy as paywhereby. up to $2,000 is available for remodel

thing Africa is a Dark Continent., ing rent. Only so much better than paying ing, repairing and reflnishing. Modernization

rent because each brings closer monthly a period as
HOMESTEAD LODGE NO. at payment you loans are repayable over {

I. O. O. F. to owning your home. long as five years. No cash outlay and no*

meet every Tuesday evening at Anyone with a regular income, good credneed to put up security.
I e'eloek la tO.O.F. Hall N. W.
1st street

, .- Visitor Welcome I W. D.. HORNE CO., Inc. -

Hardware Lumber and Building MaterialsHOMESTEAD
Meets. lint and HUr4 We4 Mdfas ,
a .. .. AsMvfaaa t>*1 Oft FLORIDA PHONE 507JFriday
d>M port effloe Sooth Estate Are, ,
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Friday. February 28. 1936:

the tint letter of the government Summer School to Open

HAYES'WOOD IS THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER hoc alphabet named U Elmer A.A.A.perhaps Out ha not a the pet r c June 8 at State College.., .

DT UBO. t. L. BOW. UBRARIAir hero of the hour but one of the Tallahassee. Feb. S7 -Florida
leading character of the story,
State College tor Women will be-
at least be 'brines home the bacon
uaaaar .ovu realize the alphabet I* a sort of -and that ii what worries MOlt of gin Its 23rd annual summer school

TAX COLLECTOR ....... .....&.. Tb-,. t-4.. battering ram. It really i* important -! u* theM day If you do Dot have has June announced I, Registrar The S. eight-week R. Doyle
nets. Pates. --I .. ML I and we must learn the the December Atlantic, come to
......... 6-423 t....1 f-e combination. A. A. A. ha the library nd borrow oun Mr session will close on July 31. Complete -
Hayes Wood, Miami businessman information concerning suns.trier
meaning all Its own and not only Derleth also write mystery novel
prominently identified with school I bow being..prepared
"' 'he Alphabet Begin With A. 1* it thought to be the beginningof and work tot sometimes 10,000
civil fraternal and political circles in .a summer school catalogue:
the alphabet by at least one department ,
is the title of by work he
A. A. a story word cIa 7-blit quality
his for be
announce candidacy II which will ready for distribution
of our government,
August W. .Derlith la the December dot at half that rate. August W.
the office of tax collector of Dade almost proved to be the end for ,, the latter part of Marcia Soroifencntat "
It I not long whom
Atlantic a It also
Derleth a poet one
to the Democratic the school:
County, subject U3ljumm
ot cnar-people, the Alpha and
will enjoy reading it these day in
story meets everywhere
primaries* In June. Omega. This i* Mot exactly a here totaled.87*men and:women.Th .
especially It the alphabet a* a leading poetry magazine.
Mr. Wood was educated In the whole ha been a bit puzzling' drawing room story:, la_fact la the .autnmf r\.teulon* era ,alway

public achool of Sorrento, take lately. Time was when com of very-first paragraph we find ourselves co-educational.
County, and Orlando Florida u* little thought to the alphabet fitting on the rail fence dividing lender, while other referable-
Hiving majored in bookkeeping, gave W* used some of the I the hogpen from the farmyard bee: Some epeolee deposit their 1 VYeur husband must b*> Ie devoted .

he" entered the accounting and I letter to spell the few word we : over at Cu Clker" place eg In colonies of aphid The U. ty-t-homavry evening
auditing department of Armour & have In our everyday vocabulary when the government man drove maggot hatching front' these feed *' .

Co. In Jacksonville In JIll be and It w* misplaced a letter new up In his Ford coup lie brought on the aphlda- and. at time very "Yea, .I-fel *o much raVevedwtoaera .
vie transferred to Miami end has and then 'it wa nothing to worry excitement with him; and tried to I effectively reduce their number ,.... knowing .that] e-e.'
been a resident there tine that about But time have changed; explain the government bog pro* Coteopter There are many hem'wtth 4h*. rbiidre v.X&w'

jreor .lie left the employ of what with C.C.C., W.P.A., R4TC, gram and told Xlker: be wa over beneficial species among beetle. ,, r .

Armour it Co In 1914 and wascashier R.F.D.,.etc, etc. we are forced to his quota. It i* Just ben we lean I but insofar-M the writer 1*; awure,. JecJ ef bitctt an. artlcl*'
and Accountant with the no Internal parasite The bener, I Imsy
}t la m 1 Ch am be r o t Cornnher ce fo r. tidal, or ao-aa-lted1.friendly beetles. ot;this length, ,'itprtier-

a year He ha been associated Experiment Station Worker Lists I. are predator, ..., they derou.thqwhole ; shouted a*** have nave been omitted included-species TUse that.'
with Fred I. Terry a* cashier and or only parts of other m.,I

bookkeeper ever since 182S. Insect Friends of Agriculturists sects upon whiM they feed. Lady. especially dlUonal'uUomlatQn Interested On-will find."W&ad-'.' h.
beetles are the, outstanding beneficial .
By attending the Miami HigJl .
BollrUwVo, (7, amid Expecttatat ,
Bight schools and' by correspondence -R., E. p.Bergs Is Chess Iadasf,.. I .ltIoo tM grab. after n -.t.i o..1 I group among the Colcoptera,d t_ 'JIu1jcMIH..No. '2ZZbotit; ad- ,
work he was able to enter By "Ineect THendi" we mean penetrates; ihk and .feed' D 'ndeed, I need to name only the',ftotoabU-from.tha-FIorida *:xrtratal -' ;,
the University of Miami In 1927 Vedala, or Australian I Ia .
\ ..
useful or 'beneficialInseote. and the-caterpillrief-Insides! unto nature !, Stttiod at. alnevffl, .
where.he majored la ..accountingand emotional or ,, when Jt come tq the aur,- the great specula In the control!', I ,
djj not imply I
was graduated in the etas of of rottonrtabkncale1: Then
fact again. In the ease of some
psychological attitude on the part
have the mealybug '
'l1. 1\* deitroyer, /
caterpillar the paraaltc, after
"Not having beta a candidate, 01 the insect toward man. they emerge, spin email; cocoons, and the1 *e+ ral. species ,that feed 4 4IE
bald public office and not having.lUtned Among the many kind of Insects In which they transfer into the upon aphids, including the large i iI
'' tocpt the useful or beneficial speclerbetong Chinese eeU."
\ an undated resignation mature insect :Sometime dozen lad7.t Introduced
19 the public trough" Mr.' mostly to the fbllowlnt of such \ )&'cocoons may be wen originally.frosn China
:Wood aid. "I to campaign seven group, arranged consecutively
propose attached to the outside of a cater Other beetle, principally the ,
not M a politician but as in their order ot ,pllfat'noptera beetles
pillar, which then nod die*, ground prey upon. many
one ot the younger business men"who once: other Insect, and have been observed -
1 f.a Interested in good government (ants, ides and I Another species of these minute, to climbtree* after caterpillars '
." ,wasp). .. i iI wasp-like parasites complete development .
Mr. Wood is married and ha Dlptera (file). from egg to adult Inside :1
four son*. He U a charter member I Coleopter (beetle). of aphid, cutting a round hole i Hemlptora -
of. the Riverside Baptist Hemipter (lucking Insects, Including when mature Cokmle of aphids among the Hemlptera.occur principally
lice leale-uuec't (plant ) can be be among the o-ealled ass.,-
Church lie served a* scoutmaster bugs life frequently
.f 'Troop Three, Miami Boy Scouts aphid and other). found which.almost every aphid sin and bug other that insects Impale caterpillars .GeneralPublic .1
for seven yean He organizedand \ pdonata (dragonflies or mosquito contoln a paiaslte Parasitized beak on they strong .
and drain their'victims
( hawksLeptdoptera) .. aphid gradually enlarge and of
was corpmaat for five year assume
at the Junior Chamber of Commerce (moths and better-. a dull brassy or bronzy color their be body-fluid Among these Utilities
mentioned the
Boys Drum. *pd, ,Buglf) file). many showing the minute hole may hunter lo-called.mocked bedbug
( exit'of the parasite These minute because It .. ... ..
Corp He organised-and for four Tbysanoptera pliyiopoda or feed .. .eat'boa.. ?
on bedbug This Insect 1
years was chairman of the board thrips). wasp-Uk. pa.mlhat"e! "
also feed, on flies and other in
e( the Young Democratic Club of Hymenoptera--L presume that become very effective a* Illustrated
, Dude 'County, He la part .preslsknt many of J'OII'OII read the subject by the destruction of entire colonies the lect big A closely allied species I*
bedbug that
of the Miami Exchange Club of aphid There are many -I frequent tree
of thlk article, at once.vllqaJr; species and other for
Z ef the University Miami Alumni lied tile honeybee flitting from of these minute iwasp.Uk. nay also Insinuate plant Itself Its prey into ,bed but I I IIAYES'VOODCandidate
ofthe Shenandoah- porasltes Another common
Association species
flpwer to flower in search of nectar and luck human
bloodThli s
SouthweatPark'and beside the one referred to I I I.!
Improvement for making honey, that mOst, I probably the speciesthat became
Ruler of the Miami Elks He la of you also thought of the useful control the woolly white-fly year ago. In some of the inland tome
bew vice-president the Flgrl4a purpose served by bee (not alone .
Dlptera Jt; I* a redeeming feature .late*.
Junior-Chamber of Commerce the honeybee but bumble bee) In to be able to note that this
The wheel bug 1 related
I also York Rite Mason and another
,Pi. ft the cross fertilisation of
of insect the
group flies, whilepowessjng species ..F Ih
a member of the Miami Acacia plant by carrying pollen from frequently observed on
dub, the Eastern Star, the W.Q.W. flower to flower a.many disagreeablepests citrus tree where It tread on cater-
such fnrtoutefly, table-
and the Izaak Walton League pillar and Other uuect*. It i* *o*
f{ But aside from'thebe'fc1 service. fly, horjifly. fl'Illrms.lICrewormrl called from the presence of a
*tendered by beet other members which latter": Impressed en a* spiny segment of a wheel on its
Two Local Girls Listed of this group: "amel,' the 'bout the the most diabolical of back: If carelessly handled, it

On PS.C.W. Honor Roll wap> large and amall. serve avery Insect creation lee possess members may puncture Uw human akin, '
useful purpose by destroying that are very beneficial Outstanding Odonat b-1t
Tallahassee Feb. 81-Mil* Margaret hosts of injurious Insects, although among the beneficial specie hawk- Dragonflies are all predaceous or mosquito -;

i Delaney and Min' Katherine some useful kind are also included are the' Tachiua file, short and destroy
Harper from Homestead sure lilted -All of, u*.are familiar with stout, bristly flies, Mt waUk away flying Insect I !?
M the approbation list or honor the mud-dtdber wasps, of which houseflies, hovering about flower Lepldoptora ibis group we:
roll for the first semester at Florida tome store large number ot plant and rack vegetation. Then ag- have only a sew specie, insofar a*
State College for Women toe eating caterpillars Jn their .... got, however are bred oa.various I am aware, whose caterpillar
list of IBS name show Only But tad to tote,'other tore large caterpillara (The Jmma"'. youngat feed OQ other bisects,namely scale
number of which latter flies insect, and we frequently one
students with all average of B or spiders are generally, sailed I-
above can receive this recognition. are generally regarded M useful get) The adult fly deposit itseggs or twoIJIIOeIt Lt eokmie. of oot-

Miss Delaney I* a Junior In the although taboo to.the realm of the on acme caterpillar and the tcny-cuMUoa *Mle.
school of borne economic, and housewife, since they destroy large I :young maggot, after hatching Thrisw-la the numerous thrlp
MM| Harper t* enrolled* a fresh- number of such Insect a* flies, bore their'way inside and compote family we knew ef only one tingle forTat
f scan In the college of art) and ideoca mosquitoes, etc. Incidentally it their development there species that 1* pndaceou and
*. may be meaMoaod that entomologist Man an amateur entomologist tied on toe crawler of cla-ln-
working IB Louisiana have ha bad the surprise at bIB lifetime Mct and prenunbably the minute Collector

recently discovered that a, blue when Instead of obtaining a young of otter It i* occasionally '
Three. Services Sunday mud-dauber specialize on the beautiful moth or butterfly from collected on citrus: Several other .r Dade County

At Silver Palm Church black widow spider, the poisonou OEM carefully cared tor aatorpU- specie are suspected of being pre- .uBiUT
effect of whose bite has recently lar or pupa. he discovered only a daceou TO JUNE! !
Sunday will be a high point In been abundantly act forth In the brood of buzzing foe Another It 1*. ft course, Impossible to ', OMMOCEATiC PRWfAKT:
the revival at Silver Palm with pit** and magadnei. species of Tacalna file may deposit more than barely iklra this lub-

services In the morning, afternoon But among the most outstandingly U to 20 egg on the southern
and night, and a covered dish useful Insects belonging to green link bug to commonly present -
lunch at the church at noon, announce the wasp tribe are numerous kind In Florida with the same din
tM Rev. H Q, Cowan of minute wasp-like parasites that remit to the bug Special Announcement

the pastor Drink will be prepared either deposit their egg oa the Another very beneficial group'of
at the church for all, and surface ot other Insects, or after file are the Syrphua-tlle; The
everybody U invited to share the puncturing the skin, deposit an adult an rather odd-shaped Insects .

activities of the day. with the con- egg on the Inside. It on the out- com specie being long and
gregation. Tomorrow (Saturday) I will open a firsW
Evangelist J. t Whitworth 1*

bringing ,t.lnlllltel to '11- class optical office in Room 12, McCrory Arcade,

preciativ Service audience are Jield every each night otght Mathews, Truck, Line Homestead, and will specialize) in.'eye examina-

Including Saturday at t:<5. A
warm welcome to extended to tions and the fitting of glasses

Classes straightened fr.e.DR.CM.MOTT.

Edward SOW acing From Boat Cities a Specialty

Real Estate -" .. ,
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Friday. February 2& 1936 THE LEADER tl' " "

' were both member of that high P. J. Franklin In the am ...
: ,Selections Made school squad of 183J that was Home and Brooker of the volng. ."<, after .1,4-A PATROLMEN
eliminated from the state tournament score had been tied at 34-14 '
r;For All-Star City by Fort Lauderdale Start Series Play In the last period. Edw Brookrr AT SCHOOL DUE

, Cage League Team Tolson Is the most improved Tomorrow Night who has tn ptajtog IsdMdalstcl -I
r player on the quad.' Last year, ball all through ft'* second
r.' -- he was just another man on the half, showed a gUntps* of the I TO END IN \WEEK
The City League all-star basket- floor but this year be te probablythe w. D. Horn Co., champions of Brooker of old as lie directed his s,
,tall team as selected by the sports best guard in the league He of second half of the City Basketball team and massed a total of 16
department of the LeaderEnterprise Is given preference over Wynn of League 1(39-36 .Mason and points at the end. Reed led the (Continued Event Pare One)
,L'Ompriae: Bf Walton because of his height Brooker Lumber Co.. duumptaaaMf. Brooker scoring with 18 points this week and that he wilt send
\ Bill Bradley forward-W. D. which he uses to good advantage the first halt, will play the-first McCormick led the Franklin three men to patrol this Khwajr.
Horn Co. An Interesting feature Is that game of their two-outof-tnres!pffena* with seven baskets from as soon as the school 11 out
': ,4 McCormick forward P. J Brooker and Barrow were memo series tomorrow night In WR Ihe field. Cloninger mad five I Tuesday's meeting WAN I-adW
fJ'l'IIIIklln. Inc. bers of the Redland District Ath- Homestead gym Another game field goals and one foul shot tor Tuesday night and mon than one
: center Brooker letic Club team that won the Golden will be played Monday at I p. m. a total oC 11 points. deed persons were present to enjoy
f lumber Co. Ball tournament In Miami hi and if a third Is necessary, It will I the last of the February programs -
' e Ansel Barrow, guard-Walton 1931 and went to the finals of the be played Wednesday night 1 : for which John P Neafsry
: Nurseries I Seaboard Athletic Union in St. Admission prices to these games Local Highs to Enter I has been responsible The entertainment ,
Roland Tolaoo, guard-Brooker Augustine, there to meet the Soa- will be slightly higher than regular feature WH a programof .'1
Lumber Co.Substitutes. horses, composed of University of I admissions In order to defraythe District TournamentIn dancing by the Mae Rose SNI (.
: Wynn: of Walton; I Florida baalutt ers with Bradley expenses of two Miami referees I dlo of Dancing In MiamI. Melvin
, Gene Campbell of Home; Ovid oa a member. The Seahorses won I I ? the district basketball tourn-I Burkhardt, eortorttonisto n "
, Sullivan of Brooker. I 63-22. after the R.D.A.C. had defeated Home won second half honors amant to be played in the Miami demonstration at "an anatomical t
Bradley. if this team were ever I Atwater-Kent of Jacksonville I by decisively beating Walton Nurseries Edison gymnsrtum next Friday,. wonder". Two Homestead boys, r
::: I to play, would be the sa-ao. 67... Wednesday night Rdknji High' will play Ida M. Randolph Cave nnd Jan. Sim 1 t
logical captain because of his accuracy ErpenbMi age. tad U* U<*ne Fiaber High School of Miami mon, sang a duet to guitar Moo I r rClClmpllnimllnt
with the basketball and I soaring with M point,, Bradley Boach at 9 a. m. and Iloe stead b>' Randolph \ t
his experience In the University Hornefins From .I league high aeowr, made 14Kltch will play Dent at.:30 p, ... Harry Goldstein of Miami t
of Florida. He ran up a total of Walton in League'sBest led the Walton offense U Itedtond defeat Flutter, it will speaker of the cwnin. discussed a t
213 points In 13 games to lead the with 10 points and Barrow was a play the winner of the Stuart-Pa- Americanism Others who spoke i C
league Played Game close second with nine. hokee game at T p m. If Home- Included :r. Han.y Robillard tit ,
McCormick Fraimiin leader Is : Brooker Lumber Co. won from |tea4 wins, It Will play the win- Miami Beach past district gover
a former Marlannn High School ner of the Welt Palm Beach-Del- of Lions International, and. .
player. who played independent w. D. Home Co.won from Walton spectacular ,hota to keep their r.y Beach gaf 4ll) p. m Captain Dtnny Upton. 1lIor 1\
basketball in Pahokee for one year: Nurseries 50-44 Monday night team in the running Kllch George L. Swan program chairman
He Is known to those players In the bestrplajed game of the was high' 'scorer with It points I ft -'Nat for March, attwiMMtd yesterday
who made the trip to the 1932 high City Basketball League's, two seasons Barrow crude ten and Wynn, nine TO BE BtRlklf Ij"NO'TU I that Safety DlrMler Andrew J
school tournament in Gainesville. of existence Two field goals J. Kavanaugh of Miami would
well for his first
played The body of Pettyithtnes Sc'theawho
and he was in the 1933 Golden by Erpenbach and one by BradleyIn : speak at the meeting fieiit Tuesday
with the telll'lloBradley
Bali tournament In Miami. Ha is the five-minute overtime period game died Feb. IS from Injuries\ night on "A State Driver's. License: '
tied with Brooker for third placeIn made Mcessarjubecause: the again commanded nil received while helping to raze Law as a Safety Factor, I'
and scored 20 himself a house, was sent to Bridgeton,
the scoring with 139 points. score was tied 44-44 at the end of team points
to lead the Horn often and defense N. J for burial by the Turner
0 Brooker is ptaceda center on the game, comprised the winning ? I WANT ADS PAY }
this squad to allow McCormick margin Erpenbach made 18 points Funeral Horn Monday
to be at forward. He played basketball P. J; Franklin Inc. won from I I
for Homestead High School Brooker Lumber Co., first-half TWENTY-FIVE UARE MILE FARM
and for the past four years has champions, by forfeit.
been one of the top-notch Homestead Walton still handicapped by the
athletes.No loss of Field, whose arm was
team is complete without knocked out of joint two weeks
Barrow, the spakplug of the ago and is still out of commission,
Walton team, who is second high fought an up-hill battle as Horne
in the scoring record with a total I jumped into an early lead and was Notice to Winter Farmers! 9
of 1S1 points He probably the headed only once, late in the f fY fi
fastest man on the first squad and fourth quarter. ,
his clean living keeps him in con I Wynn, Barrow and Klich the
dition at nil times He and Tolson outstanding Walton players, made

\ Own and Rent Choice Land for Potatoes 4 ;
1 i ,

".SealJomIs Beans Tomatoes Broccoli etc. '
I i
w I '

I LOCATION. : On extreme lip.of.U. S. mainland, east.of..1wlMt--

stead and Florida- City, thirty miles sbut r--"rf and tax Wl Cecil collector Watson QMlrlvn, candidates! ;

e.0ki I IC for clerk: of the criminal court;

00 .SIZE Twenty-five square miles to select f George Holt, John J tindsey and
John W Watson, candidates
c A and sub-tenants numbered approximately) sad for the house of representatives: \
i 38 and Dan ChapneU, B F Pats and :
d Z season. Peter Tomasello, Jr. candidates
l ld -el for governor
Candidates mingled with
1 Is my routing a! WATER CONTROL Our lands are crasscrot" the crowds inside the tout lenis

i forlessthancar-I large canals, with automatic gates regu lted- (Continued on Pate Saves)
118 I !l'

z load shipments I It === dredged to bay,channel. ".' 1, one HARPER POLICEAPPOINTEE t
n -
t I" ): ) from now on!" f t I P SERVICE' We oW:..and maintain, :ut the lat ::pica and, t

.. o NOTOKD r
.ear ) equipment to clear, plow,:drsev*ditch anr it J"" ( .

for planting, |If desired.' *We also offer ou "i Is uldtna4 d BY COUNCIL ,

E-4 and supervision of an expert, represent entlo" -- :

Z' Dakota potato seed commissioner, alongd n and o Gibba Rejected ; Mayor toW r:
north Make No Further.Recommendations
state experiment.station located within %V. F, I
\M1- -
PRODUCTION: This area supplies fresh vt't some to the2 "''fi't

W markets of the nation during the winter months end ships, d :
::= on an average seventy-five to one hundred carloads daily 00

during the harvesting period.. I 'I

... \r>3, SIN It's the way to ship We invite the inspection of experienced j
1\0" Y for JCMI Mr. Big Mrnkta foe ., .. "
pNs" yo.. Me.Sea M reb..t,and m
.t a farmers and reservations '
are now soliciting. .
0"I. \\11 for you ladlvtdiul. A cntpUt .
I,t railroad *Mle* 4eM {
t't gp OH lI.aciUaq" lass Than telf d skip.a for next season.
O t 1\0" .. s at low fright.... NirtUm ,. f fII
OQpL\",," yon have ANYTHING to Mf Ofeidvi
phone you Seaboard A.....
... Oft. Got the d ...I1.'SeeIIoard'.lapJI..MO <>'f... t
.C. fled klpplnql &e sale. _swift' .SOUTHDADE FARMS INC." '
., and saves yea oMyl i R

_5. SEABOARDAIR Homestead, Florida' I



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_Pflff Efffht 'u n_ __ __ .u.. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday February 281936.

REPORT BYROM M. E. Pastorto Preach and many other question will be Wilbur Albury Hurled nuts INFANT DOES
On Spiritualism SundayA answered In the message next Through Windshield I Service for the two-day-old
Sunday night'A son of Mr. and Mrs D. M. Pyles
WAS FIRED NOTTRUE.SAYSOILCO. cordial invitation I* extendedto I of Homestead were conducted at
all to Wilbur Albury, son of Mrs A.
special menage on "The PhIl- attend. I Film Cemetery Wednesday by .
oeophy of SpIrttual m.. will be me ----- D. fogle e| IfwMJa, receivedsevere a the Bev C. N. Walker, pastor of :
subject of the Rev. A. A. Koest- Kiteore to Show Full i cut art the back of the nock the) First Baptist Church. Turner ,..
Tuesday when tire blow out sent '
lines evening sermon at the Funeral Rome was in charge: ofinterment
Length "Talkie" FreeThe his
Homestead Methodist Church I car against edging
(Continued From Page One) .Sunday night -- I the Tamlaml Trail, and hurled 'The baby died Tuesday in a .
Kilgore Seed Co., will present him through the windshield A ,
onlmo of Florida City owner of Miami hospital.
the field, who In turn notified Questions such as, 'Is spirit "Hidden Harvest", a full- passing motorist rushed him <40
communlMtkm possible? 'Maywe length talking picture in the Neva mile to Everglade where the
Justice of the Peace S. L. Ken-
lie Understood
who are on the earth, come Into King Cooper School auditorium flow of blood was topped and
drick of Homestead. contact with those In Smith: 'Awfully lorry I couldn't
the next Monday night at 8 p. m. Admission artificial respiration was applied
Byrom, known to have beenseen world, com to lunch 'NiU01& I
'Are our loved ones happy la free."Hidden He I* now recuperating at the a*
alive and recognized only ?' and Do they know what is Harvest, according toT home of his mother. promised Circumstances over a
once after he left his borne at I happening here' are the voicing J. Crantham, local Kilgore The accident occurred When which I have no control kept me
clock Monday afternoon conducted of natural affection and not simply manager, I II a thrilling! farm romance I I Mr. Albury wa returning to his away."
the deadly gas from the question of idle curiosity,'nor rich in farm background I farming operations on the trail Brown: ""That1 quite .aU right,
exhaust into the ear by mean of are they the interrogation of a and revealing character It la, after he had taken Mrs. Alburyto old chap. By the way, ho was :you
a 50-foot length of garden hose morbid mind," said Mr. WlfeT"-Argentine MagaxtneRIAD .
Koestllne produced by the Purina Feeds Co..i Naranja where she remained
He had taken the hose with him
In announcing the tophI."ThHe Purina Mills, Saint Louis, Mo. i to receive medical attention.
when he left home with the explanation ---- ..._ THE WANT ADS'T"
that he wanted to have
the car washed at the plant and
the base he kepi then tor that Chase Sanbom Dated
purpose bad bunt
Raft had been stuffed around the '
doors and wljidows of the car, but Coffee Country RoD
the door next to the steering wheel
was partly open and one of the
dead man* feet wa at the edgeas
U he had started to set out but ; lb.------25c .lCsMr eu7i.G BUTO"ERt
was too overcome when his changeof
mind had come
Mr. Byrom was seen In Miami at t
about 3:30: Monday afternoon by lIeinz e e 6 lb.------ 3'c c
K. L, Lawrence Of Homestead.
When nothing was heard from him c
all Monday night, searching par SOUPS Saturday Specials Boned and Rolled '
ties ware organized Tuesday, and

early vicinity Tuesday where night the Investigatedthe car was ; 3 small27c PURE GOLD, Plain or Self Rising Lamb SMtWei

found Physician who exam : 601b.bag 12 lb. 24-lb.
bag. s
ined the body about noon Wednesday '
about 12 said hours he had been dead ; 2 large - 27c lour 25e 4Se SSe Ib.------.Z'c i

Funeral services were conducted -
by the Rev. A. A. Koestlln Sliced Borden's, Daisy
)yesterday afternoon In Turner MILK 3 tall cans ,.0C Georgia Beef
funeral Home. Interment will .
be In fort Lauderdale, where the Apples (save Coupons)
Widow, Mr*. Lillian O Byrom, CHUCK ROAST
will make her home with relatives I ,.
Mr. and Mrs. Byrom had no children POTATOES 10 abbUlers .c
i : gaLean---3ge ., lb. :l7c
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Byrom, who wa 50 yean old, .
Wa born in Garden County, Gs. Cloth Bag .
He had been Standard Oil agent In No. 2 Cans Overaea SUGAR
Homestead for more than five to lbs. S.c GeorgIa Beet
years. !
It wa said at the local office .
yesterday that Carl Anderson, Fancy Grain G lbs No. 2 Cans 2 for STEAKS: :
who has been employed there for IN Int.'P
the last few years, would succeed RICE - 25c Tomatoes 15 e .
to the 100"I 2 -Z5e lb. Z3c
cans rrrrr
Meal or Ii Ibs. Reg. 5e Size 3 kp. .

GRITS - 18c SALT r r r -lOc
N, D. C 0.'' Premium i Vresh Ground .


Ib.pkg.6c MIRACLE WHIP MAYONNAISE Ib.------ :lSc ,.

::: 8-oz far ....................lSC So z. Jar _......__.._.15c

pint far ....................254 pint Jar ""..__.25e ;
blusselman's N o. 2 Cans Jar ...............37. quart jar ...... .44c Celt

quart Cream Cheese 2 pkgs. 15c i

1 ....._, Kellogg's 2 pkgs. 3 lb. can [

13 cans -Z5e Corn Flakes l5e CRISCO - 59c lb. - -- 3ci

i Top Notch l-Ib Jar Steamboat Kal. rj

j FREE!! Dish with Peanut Butter 15c SYRUP - 59c Smoked


-h win, fl. 3
plenty of gram. lb.------ ZZe TOMATO KETCHUP 2lg.bottles :5c 2Ibsz---- 25c i iI

This feeding program U followed .

by successful poultrymea I Daisy Golden Ripe Sliced I
for the development of big,strong BANANAS 3 Ibs. 13c .
framed well grown pullet. with
vitality to stand up under Leafy ; CHEESE Lye No. 21/4 can Asst. Flavors 6pklt's. B Bacon

egg production.: 1 110211M 10e JEL-SERT 25ei

fJ&O' PIe i Ib.------Z 16.------ 34ej
> 3 No. 2 cans 3 pkg&

j CORN - -25c Super Suds 25c '"
a 1I .lormellec- Georgia Smoked Bulk
I j .. ;
tire result-git ting Fresh Ground Boneless Butts = ;

feed nectasary containing proteins, I BACON SAUSAGE MEAT mE BACON LARD

,d....._-- .

make nutrient a completely which lb. ----- 25c 1b.---.---1C. Ib.------ :l5e 3 ---Hc. }.

balanced body !, 0
Loading ration.

lector Supply Co. Success .tf) Dade Co. TropiC Faii.1

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II '- Social Events in South .. Dade r .1

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II The CalendarFeb.

f 'The National CoD H sof Parents song composed by Mrs. Mears SB-Open meeting. of B. M... M. Conning of On.- step played a piano sola,. and her
and Teacher was founded daughter. bouse P. W. C. to Future Farmer club- Cfcnada. Mt spinning f daughter Miss Aka Webster,

The sixth thread on her' old-time ,played a violin solo Mr*. Gee.
39 yean ago Chi month Mr*. W. grade girls who have Feb 28-Florida City !.ad'"'
orgmtoed wheel while Mrs. Win. K. Reed gave a tnvuteal reading
a Junior association
H. Beckham of Miami told' the Aid benefit In
supper Community
. teM of the Redland P.-T. A. activities white) lane "The Old Marjorie FoMte, Faye Campbell -
TRedland P.-T. A. ate meeting held I this year. Among the assoc Church. Wbe l" at the guest day Janice Betty Jo, Virginia
Feb i Concert by Homestead
In the school auditorium Sunday iation's achievement, they men liven by the Woman' Carol Lee" and Marie Basher .11
Methodist choir ia Florida
afternoon It now baa a membership tioned were: seeing that 51 children City Homestead In Ua clubhouse pupil of- Mra Reed gave read
Community Church at I
of more than two million went provided with spectacles p. m day afternoon tin.
Feb. Hi-League ings.Coffee
she said, and In Dade County there from! the South Dade Welfare penny sup it ninety-one yean of age If doughnut and cherry
In Homestead M. E. Church
are 1,000 member Board funds: having the teeth of per ing her home with her logo topped with marshmallows

Pupil of Mrs. Ceo. E. Reed'sclass all children from the first gradeM .annex.Feb. 28r-Redland junior das Mrs. Sydney Copping were served.
In public speaking gave the third examined and seeing dance In Liens Den at 830.; the former McCloud grove The program was presented bya
."America" in pantomime form a* that dental work was done for Feb 2> Arerae Club land Mrs. J. D Redd commitUa: composed of Mr*.
-- rummage .
the opening number. children from needy families; giving sale la colored town. eccompantmeirt. 1C a Ball Mrs. Holllster Sage and
Tribute to the founder of the lunches to 12 children from 1 Mas. 2-Eleetloav ot officer e! Mn. Mussehrhlte sang Mrs Adam Eani About thirty
association, Alice McCMlai Sir- needy families anti paying transportation Junior Womae Club in the clubhouse other number, Mr*. J. H five were present

ney and Phoebe Hurst, and' to expense of Miami University at a p. ...
Mr*. David Mears, national secretary student who instruct the Mar. t-Vf. M. 8. meeting! in STATE PRESIDENT to .Net Table Manners and1' .C_
who died thtr year! were Redland High school band. Homestead Methodist Church LEGION AUXILIARY I reel Way of Setting the Table.
paid I by Rita Dent and Marie Banner .. The sixtlt grad girls, they explained Mat. 4-W. M. V. circle-meet. M.... Florence Weiaer of She included a few don'ta whirs
Tribute to the two milllen arc taking care of a clinic ings. state president of the win help us very mares if we
member et the national association ream. They have secured for It Mait. 4 Supper Club meeting atLee Legion Auxiliary and Mrs. abide by them at all time*
and to 79 member of the a mattress and made tot & t quilt H. "'hmaaJfar. home. HorsmaH of Lake Worth One week from tomorrow the

Redland association were paid by The program was arranged by -Baptist week at prayer president of District FJve; girls are to have an all-day meeting
Annie Ruth Lee and Lois Vrana. !Mm Chas. Z. Elehenberier; who observance with all day meeting. guests of honor at a beginning at 9:30 and lastingtill
Mrs Chas. Con and Mrs Joe presided Mrs. FloraViMcn and Mar. -O. E. S. meeting in I. luncheon which the local 430.:
Fletcher "Mother Hymn" a Mr Henry Carter:
sang 0,0.F.hall.
members will give In
Song Were sung and then we
Mar. -Legion- Auxiliary covered on Monday Mar. t, at 12 were dismissed with theH
TOM COLLINS GIVES PARTY a Deimoncf. Mrar. Rblllater Sage dish luncheon for auxiliary's pledge told by alt.
ON WASHINGTON BIRTHDAY Mr. D. B. Snow, Mrs Lucy Clin- state president at 12 o'clock.
LOCAL O. K. 8. HEADS The girl present : Norma
Tom Collins gave a Washing ton, Mrs., W. D. Shetxllnaj Mrs.A. Mar. 10-Election et officers of
MADE STATE OFFICERSMrs. and Eloulse Gossman, Mildredand i
ton' birthday party Saturday )t. Byreav Mrs. Annie Woman's Club ot Homestead
Mrl. H. C. Reed and Mrs Mar. to-Teachere' i Ceo. W. Turner Jr., Margaret Field Mary Alice +
evening at the home of his mother Bridge Club
Duncan Coldla and Loubeil Gren- Z
M. JohnS: auuer.I af'Frank Webb I matron of Ad Aatn: Chapter
Mrs. Eva Collins, on the Dixie meeting home.
O. E. S. and Mr nell Elizabeth and KatherIne
M. A.
Highway at Biscayne drive. He Mar. It-W. M. U. meeting In "Col'i.
Williams, Katherine Orfanedcs,
worthy matron of
was assisted by MI'I. Coffin and RtDtAN0 CLUB SEES Baptist Church at 3 p. m. Naranja Iris
ter, were appointed ... Freda Hancock Capllnger }
Mar. 12
Woodmen's Circle
meeting In L (X <> 1'. halL grand marshals of the France King PrtaciDa Tread
demonstration ot cooking ,
The decoration 1 .
were keeping I ninth district of Florida by Julia France Sullivan Virginia :
with the day. Bunco and vegetables was a feature of the Mar. 13--Card party given by Delia Green ,' Kinner, AnnabelT Redd Fern
worthy grand !
February of tile Redland the Sacred Heart Society hv It*
racing game were played\ and meeting ot Florida at a meeting Robertson, Nora Akara and Leola\ .
clubreoms at I
Florence Home Demonstration Chair held mi \ .
prize were ww by Miss Little River chapter held Little.
In the He'd Ian* Community Mar. K ,
Pandoast, Buddy FitzpatrIck and
I LeiWG111I11at'J"1 day night In her' honor. I
I bridge
M....-Martaa. Close. Church. Mn. Nellie Murphy gave
The guests Included: Mia a talk MM handicraft work a.*!_ I Ater 190.,. ... a___r ....1."
Close Miss Fhncoast, Miss Mary ;Ie-by members;i'ihe club ;,"Solo new ,TKACHEKsV BRIDGE CLUB j GIRL SCOUT NEWS
Ranson Mist Mary Eleanor' were exhibited, and future work Mar. 2*-Doro> close meeting MEETS:: AT WEBSTER
Williams, Miss Lou Bert*GcenneU, was planned. with Mr, I.: L. Lawrence at S Tore tables 4)f bridge By Mary Arthur, $,.e.e "
T. H. Carter. Buddy FKx *totak Plies Pansy Norton county borne pvm.W. In plaT wItea tM Teachers' -...-...... .- :
and Francis Irwin. I demonstration agent spoke on Club met at that home of M
record* book and discussed exhibit II& S. 1I01oDe> : Mrs. J. H. Webster Tbr cud Scouts of Homestead \'
NOAH CRIPE CELEBRATES for Mm fair. Mn. Seymour rEBaVCAKK MXETTMO.Mi king. '....... W. B. Bird and Quit weekly meeting Fro 29
EIGHTT-SUTH BOmOMT Dane ..... president, presided. Loots Brandenburg MdMr Webk won the. Mob scorn the home ot Mr Frank SkUL
Noah Cripe of Yetter road celebrated Others present Included: Mn. *. A. ...Stagier send article ea Present were: Mr. and decided to buy a pencil" far j
him MgM >if jtl* olftttday J. W Paste,... ",'8. Hampton, "mar Biased tie Seclai! RefMrnT Frank Webb Mr end Mn member at Ole too* with .
last Sunday, three day ahead of Mrt. Fred: O. PleMss. Mrs. E. M.Froscher at the February steering: tHe W. romans, Mr. ao, Mrs, her name burned on It a* the girl ;
time by having dinner with Mr. : Mrs. A. E. Barnes Mrs. M. S. in the Homestead> Methodist Waawfield, lob. and Mr ] keep losing peneili and this way a ,
and MM. Grant Mshan of Bauer H; J. Armstrong; Mrs. F. W. Still- Church Tuesday tttmooo. ,Webb,M.. and Mrs. Bird one will responsible tar :
drive and theft sort, Edgar. man, SUM EMelM Turner Mn.J f The social service report showed and Mr*, WeN"" owe pencil .
F. Tattmtt, Mrs. D. A. Duffee, that 31 visits had been made by '.... The flowers for Mr. Hook feave :
GARDEN CLUB HEARS Mrs. Chas. Lair, Mn. E. P. Whit- 'member of the seciaty to> aew bent brought in and atf gyres <
ENTER ISTINO PAPERS worth Mn. R. B. Zenker Mn. comer or sick people! anrf'thaf n HOMESTEAD asked to bring them or money
"They Dared to Taste and M. A. Soper, Mn. O. P. Gosncll, bouquet and 19-tray had been By Leals LIttle buy them with.: Four tickets 1
Test" wit the title of I paper on Met: Walter Thompson Mr*. Geo. lent I the musical tea wen given to
medicinal and decorative herb E. Deuel, Mrs. Chew L. OGle,, Those present were: Mrs P. 8. --.- glrLThe ;I'Ji;! +
read by Mrs. Jas. M. Dobbin at a Mn. A. C. Easton, Mn. C. A. Bird, Mrs. J. E, Davis, Mrs Eddie I When the girl met la second claw scouts had tar- :
meeting of the South Dade Garden Howell, Mn. Cyrus Jarmen and Hobson Mrs. Mollle Wlngate, Mr*. clubroom Tuesday morning practice and the tenderfeet al
Club at the home of Mrs, Hobart Miss Helen Crunwtll J. A. McNeIll, Mrs. J. L. Ballard. let Saturday aa the day for practiced on. the Morse code they \
Brockett In Florida City Mrs. Brandenburg, Mrs. Dan Williams Ing the clubroom furniture.Mrs. learning. Esther Eucket was

Monday afternoon. Mrs. N. O. DORCAS CLASS MEETS Mr*. Casper Williams, Mn. Fred Redd the .. and Carol Walker Is to bu !
Ball read a paper on Florida wildflowers WITH AI2S. CHAS BARNES A. S. Maya and Mrs. SUgla. had charge of a program on next hostess.

and Mrs. R. f. Shepherd Plans'fbr an apron social to be
read paper on the mocking birds given In April were made by
in our gardens here. Mrs. Ceo. bers of the Doreen clan memo''

E. DeucI spoke on the fine spiritof Baptist Sundry school when It Here's a tooth paste your whole family
the Garden Club. Mrs. Geo.
met at the home of Mrs Chas.
E.!: Reed gave a group of readings- I Barnes yesterday .ifternoon will enjoy. They'll like its flavor and the

Mrs. E. M. Froscher, It was Mrs C. T. Harper led the devotional -
announced, will be the next hostess Mrs A D Smith Won way it brings out the natural whiteness of I r e i

the teeth. Its penetrating foam reaches
the prime in a Ovoid contest :
Present besides those named Cake and fruited jello were
were: Mrs M. P. Kenney, Mrs. served by th* hosier m tat(d by angles where decay danger lurks; re-

W. H. Wells Mr*. W. V. Smythe Mn. Calvin Fox. moves stale food particles that often 1"
Mn. R. M. Barnes, Mn. ChauneyL'pson Othen present were: Mrs W. I
Mrs. Froscher Mrs. Wm. E. Lewis, Mn E. L Lawrence cause bad breath. I

Dunlop Mr H. F Potter Mrs. R. I I and Mr. T. E. Khby.JUNIOR :
Start brushing your teeth 'and massaging

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..... sad sanwsee ..atIn.. 'Slat s beiWe.......... Oaat and fid wMk Ihbear. sad ....".... with ron !
I.... floor once before imiaaiirlin. a custard cream fining topped I treating shipped; cream on top 1 1
Snow baking powder and aK"with meringue-end don't forget One of the most popular m lemon
I Social Euents which have been anted together.i the extra crwnb Used banana*,' chiffon: but iff hardly better thaaj j
I I Fold hi the matted butt end balm
or eooDoat or chopped dales would j those nude of some other tart fro j:
to a well greased and floured cake go wen In the filling I I Jwen.I 1
tin. Bake m a moderate oven In Another worthy fining for the I
a deep sake pan fl Itches la di- crumb cruet to fresh fruit and I CHINA WAIL

MRS. JOHN C. MURPHY GIVEN HAPPY ..... whipped cream.ar regular American If you break some precious piece
When the cake Is taken tram the of china
pumpkin pit filling which do not despair for it .CM
SURPRISE ON HER 71ST ANNIVERSARY oven,cool and split into two layer< might be sweetened with honey or be mended. Apply a thin cat of '
Place the orange filling between maple syrup.To white-lead paste to each broken

Relative aDd friend of Mr*. Mr Walter I* vice-president; .the layersWhen ready to serve cover top t"who are never satisfied, edge and press them together. Put
John C. Murphy of Nsranja gave,Mr Sarah Martin. secretary and aide with whipped cream and deep-dish pie are nothing new. piece do away for a* long as you
without It
her a happy surprise Sunday by and Miss Myrtle treasurer. then sprinkle with grated But like Cleopatra, they are of can -"s month at
orange least and if *
i'mmg to her foots to celebrate The ethen preeent were Mrs rind. Infinite variety cranberries possible year-and
the teventy-first anniversary at/Rush Keen Mn Franc with or without raMnt, crab applet I after 6 or eight months It can be\
her birth. Mr Louise limit and cooked: dried fruits and can washed After a year it will Hand
Later they served the refresb-I ther Lambert. Coker.j Florida Heavy Plan Padding ned peaches--to mention a few good hot! water.
mend they had brought sandwiches Use I cup grated raw carrots I poasibUrUe I had decided to take
the fur.)
cup raw tweet
potatoes, H
cake toe cream and csffw ABEMK: CLfB TO GIVE cup dtro, I eup candied orange Texture add much to variety rushed flat.Landlady.

BENEFIT srrrEK L'I Mum peel I cup honey H teaspoon salt and there la delightful lecture m "Of course I must ask1
Among those present were: Mr The Aroma Club made plant to 1 teaspoon cinnamon, I suet chiffon pfe*. Chiffon fUltog .la really you for a deposit"Myself ,,>i
their and Mrs.children Daniel William end give a benefit chicken dinner In I (chopped or ground), 1 cup% toa-I a whipped gelatin ...... made : Certainly" (handing Webster Lenora
March at it* Tuesday meeting at poona nutmeg, Vi teaspoon up with a Jktuid (aWMrally fruit over the required sun).
nd Charles, Mr and Mis. Casper home Juice), sugar gelatin, and white of Landlady "
ire of Mn. A. R. aplea, Ktoaapoon doves beaming ThankaW
Williams H 011-1
md their daughters Mr*. Meybem von the Moqbem.I sods egg and served in a prebakedshell. and now, do you want a receipt, |
spoon H cup flour and I of
Mary Eleanor
and $arbera Mae, I .
I _..,. Chocolate chiffon pie I II a I hall we trust one onothir'"_.;
Mr and Mrs C. J. William Mr. pmeappM or Preserves
and Mr John O. Wittems, Mr. 1 Those present were: Mrs. B. C.Branch. gingered watermelon rind.Combine variation of chocolate cornstarch Montreal Star.
Mrs. W. B. Cave, Mr .
and Mrs Clinton tt Pepper. Mr. Ingredients In order .
and Harry Murphy Mrs Ceo. W. Turner Jr., Mho Zftelb given. Stir until mixture I II well
Ethel Dickie Mn. M. V. Reynold Turner and MIa Helen Livingston blended. Pour into wen greased
!, John C. Murphy. David C. glass baking dish (quart else) put Test itthis .j
William and C. A. Williams. K. H. L JUNIORS TO CITE: cover on and bate in oven at 250
BENEFIT DANCE TONIGHT F. for JH hours. Remove from

yO usa, FEorurs CNIOWIS The Junior else of ItedUnd High oven, cool without removing cover
CCTEtTAINED" : 1UU: School I* giving a benefit dance Serve with honey butter.
Member of Ova Royal Palm la the Zone Dell on Silver Palm I Honey Plum Pudding I* easy to, way-
drive thl make and Inexpensive.
Young People Union were enter- evening at 30 o'clock.
tainted Thursday evening by the Mr. and Mrs Ceo. DeFrea are Honey Butter. Take i part, TRY to .., aplect
voting people o( the Homestead !the ponaors. honey and 1 part butter. Let but- J. of Carey 1'
Methodist Church. The student committee In charge ter stand In room temperature until -
You l be
After the local chapter had I II composed of Alonzo Bennett, It 1* soft Add honey and stir Koofmf
tentedThe Challenge at Robert Vrana, George Wright until perfectly blended. Place in itonished at Itst01lIbaltl' .'l ;
Croutor the devotional &n-t and Raymond Albright On the glass Jar which can be tightly covered .

the program the Rev. A. A. refreshment committee! are Mis and stand in refrigerator, Can great durability..Yon .
l.nc pastor of the Homestead Cartotta Ame*. Mia Serafina Orifict be used blended with chopped :; know It. will
Mia Myrtle nuts, a* simple topping for sponge
rhjirh directed note snappy rec-' Luckey and Kenneth -, I
Chamber cake stand up under all ccad1tIcaI-
rratinnal eontetta. I
flat it wffl withstand an tile
Wiener, roll and pickle were
arrx,d cafeteria ityle I ITS "PIE"* TO MAKE I "'roof kffltrr you art famOatvhh
Hints to Housewives Pie model change both a* to
LEGION! crust and filling. Those like "his eat.froat.storms,tc.PJck
TO GIVE ACXIUAKY BENEFIT PLANS I II mother used to mak." stirs hit the roofing by what It cIoMa4wD1IrndaIQ..C8rQ _
spot but there Rdo
The Women Auxiliary of John I are many varia Ir-
C. SaDey Port of the American Waahinften PIe lions .. '!
Legion via give; a benefit bridge: Orange fining: Use I tablespoon i I For example, crumb pattryIIII 4
party on Monday Mar. 18, la Legion cornstarch, H cup sugar, 1 cup' by rolling IS large graham l ,
hall milk, X egg yob I tablespoon crackers Into line crumbs, adding

The party will be given to raise gelatine. fe cup cold water. Mi cup half a cup of melted butter and
fund for making range Juice; rind of one orange, 2 half a cup 01,....,.. Mix thorough
the new roof recently a payment put on 1. egg white, and I teaspoea lemon ly, saving about one-fourth cup

glon ban, end for sending a cat an- ieej of the crumb to sprinkle over the @.g
button to kelp pay off the mortgage Mix the conutarrhand ants meringue. Pot the rest Into the
** tee Legion*! bornefoe'' together. Add the milk gradually tin and pat It exit to a thick, even
cripple children m St. Peters sad cook in top of double boiler lining. Bales in a moderate oven o. .
burg. !'minute Add the slightly ben.- (J50-) r.) for about IB minutes or
ea egg yolk slowly and cook aver until slightly earasmalth Take CIA Roof foeBrooker r Dub!

Hl-LKAOCK TO HAW: j hot walernnta thick. DiiealvethegeJattae it out and gently pat away the
rEJwrr sum TONIGHT I la the Cold water and add

The IbVLeacue of the Horn-, to the corn tarck: 1IIIz"Add I] Lumber Co
dead Methodist Church win the orange Juice rind and lemon ;
s. penny supper tonight In the Sty Juke While UU warm, fold In the DR.B.E.GATLINDentist ;
day school annex. Serving win,stiffly beaten egg white and chilt Phone 62 Homestead Fla. "
begin at 5:" and continue until When filling la well chilled and ,
$.w. ha begun to stiffen about 2 hour, :=
Musical entertainment wJU be pile it on ODe layer of cake and
pnmded. place the other layer on top.Leave Office in Hausman Bldr.J J
in a cold place until time to serve

W. C. DULL TEAM Note: This filling I* very good WINTER
ORGANIZES CLUB served a* a separate dessert Chill RATES '
Mrs. Bessie Brady drill cap and DAs la sberbert cups. Will Phone 85 '

tain of the local Woodmen' Circle serve about Lspseki I HOMESTEAD: FLORIDA NOW IN EFFECT
organUed the members of the drill I Ii
teem into a club Tuesday when Sponge Cake .
the group met at the hams of" *. Take 1 egg. 1 cup sugar,4 For vmiilHia, 1IeaI tia trtloiog of panu.... ....... r... will Sod 4
Alice Walter spoons cold water, H she Pftrxtal Guitar Hotel man| than fwd Mr Brady I* president of the I lemon Juice, 1 cup flour 1 labJe..1 i DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST dtamung tuaaftiat of tamttimnt sod I good frltonatiip.TkoMM :i
organization which boa beta spoon baking powder % I of aeakk aeries am loW lilt angle by .l tit* toA.MMM .
named the Orange Blossom Club; salt.and tablespoons*melted Wharf assault around; a orwhJt..,. bf Romeo Mad""" I
ter. an oduanlf used Me ass, mtitonn at epe err- Rowe .
Beet the egg until tight add but-I secured Ihnaah mobnM eiauie, "lit. timiMine JIfD"IUIIIo est.
; OfAnHwtw ewrisap.m.Sesiy ester ttttar and ffcrthe bathe ma s. utt. -......_ .ewssee
All wader KM mftmiim at KuaafbalUi expats.INEXPENSIVE i
t to tl
CARE F 1 Closed Merits r..... 'r ___ ...........
Y{ -and Beauty Free Parking Space I et.rss ., l lr

DR. B. GONZALEZ II 1144 N. W. NTH ST. MIAMI 1 c-c::::
True beauty demand
mow tm
the best of care at all IIJ Venetian Arcade Miami I I .A ...."......... ..... .....

times. Whether yon __ a ..
with a wave, a facial
a snanlcure. or any: of EXPERT RADIO

to beauty, youH find HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL Ic SHOP Viewt .* abt41sdoa. Pad ear what hn
the skilled operator alP we to eit ao4 lilt mar
a I'* Beauty Parlor M. IX JACOR&KM, rVesvl I aonttioM s ia uraxajaa with t 'batllh mass ncuuou or fcogei vuit.Vbricr .

ready to serve you I N. F"H e Arenm nIt* rate an eitnmetf lo '-oo ntne....!mo* a* bapmi
quickly: at any time.ispalsmals M stating at bald and. a pool time every _..... conga| urnwidinB .
*, -::;: : hikes ipans, aenrUtii, food,
Spiral sad wsna KWM, = -r-a: Ile tan Md.

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f Friday February 28, 1926. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Paw Eleven i. .;i

J In ancl" AroundHomestead ,' E"-- The-'Re lands'Rattler JI;

.. Northwestern UMwvauy in Covcago ,.



Dr. J. L Pratt of Port,Artlmr, Mr. nd Mrei. DeFreee Me sponsoring Baaabali practice start Monday -
Ontario, Canada, arrived Tuesday I benefit dance at the Liam March I. A large number of
for a visit of three week to Re*. Den Friday, February H. The boy art going to try for the ......
1 land with his brother, Che Pratt admission charge II $1 a couple. '

Leonard S. Toy former member and daughter and their two ton The proceed of the dance will f o The Hawemauc ciaaae are I
Of the Subtropical Experiment who will make their home In Dr. W. J. Fitzpatrick of Miami to the Junior I making graphs and design for the
Station staff at Homestead arriv- Homestead visited Saturday and Sunday InNaranjo Dude County Tropical Fair Some
ed here Saturday for a survey In with his too and daugb A Urge number of the students of the English students are making
connection with till position M Mr. and Mrs. H- T. Hallbrookof ter-in-law Mr. and Mr*. Q.o. IL ore out of school with the Cu posters alao.Th .
mortgage loan examiner of the W )Winston-Salem pending riUpatrick, at their borne Rocky and mump "
U S. farm credit administration.' two _ka with Mn. Hallbrook Ridge Grove. seniors have not definitely '

Mr*. Toy had preceded him to brother-in-law and sitter Mr. and The basketball tournament will elected their play, but -Nothing
Homestead for a wIt with her W. J. Clark. FLORIDA CITY be held next Friday and Saturday But the Truth" seems to be well e
Mr. and Mr W. A. Shul- liked. ,
parent '
Some member of the team are
Mr*. W. W. "Tery, Carre.pea+oat t
er. They both left yesterday for Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Brown sick with the mump and flu.
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Gainesville where Mr. Toy has. and son John, of Concord, N. C... .---- baseball will take two or three '
official business to attend to before left Tuesday after spending ten Mr. and Mr*. Will Rhode have Mr. Gutterldgt the science I boy from the tennis clan.

returning to Washington.Allen days with Mr. and Mr*. It 1.' traded their Little River property teacher and coach ba been home I -
I Cook. for a farm In Delaware They from school will* the flu. }fro The tennis clans ha bought
West, ministerial student plan to make this farm their. permanent Wagner also I* absent from school I some I'IIUGIrIHMd new ball

from Homestead at Stetson University Mrs. Elisabeth Cooper of Pa-: home, and to go there
next month. Because of the epidemic of flu
at DeLand will attend the latka and her daughter Honey Richmond Kill. N. Y., and Mr. and
and the date of the junior
Annual mission week program to Lou Mr Cooper's Goldberg Mr Goldberg
are visiting Mr Jack -
be held soon at the Baptist Seminary brother-in-law and sitter )[r. and The Ladles' Aid of the Com and Mr. and Mr F Michel play hit* been changed to March f
IA Louisville, Ky. according Mr. Frank Morris.' I munlty Church 'I* sponsoring a of Brooklyn N. Y. 19 Vf
to word reaching his parent Mr. benefit nipper In the Sunday A brief -recently filed -In the ,.
end Mr. O ,.. West of this city Mr. and Mn. Frank Leon and: It'hoollOOlDl this evening at 8.30. Mr and Mr*. Johnny IL loss Florida Supreme Court contained ? r

Kagawa.the great Japanese Christian son. Donald, of Washington D. C, At g clock the Homestead M. E, and eon.. and Miss Elvira Saache a new definition of the word 'tog-
and- Dr. Letterette, for IS spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, Choir assisted. by other musician of Brownivllle, Texas, arrived last jcat." given by a negro wltneea.
. year head of,Tak Divinity School, Oeo.-W. Turner,.Sr! will give a concert week for the tomato aeaaonk They "Did you know the defendant,
Will be the principal ipeaken -- are occupying Fred Brockett Pearson the witness wa liked }
Mia Ethel Nixon manager Of Mr*. J. H. Simmon returned newly completed cottage on Tenth "I had I logical acquaintance," +
Mr. and Mr*. Sylvester A. Long the Homestead telephone ex Thursday from a two-month stay itrect the negro replied. ,fi
of Wichita Kane., were visitor change I* back at ber duties after In Petersburg W. Va She was What do you mean by logical
It the home of Mr. and Mr*. Grant accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mr, Morris Silvermanand acquaintance"
abort Ulne**
Mahan last Saturday.Both ot them a I O. L Dasher and Warren Harperof Mr. and Mr Louis Wit and I -Well" the wltne .replied, "we
bad been In Mr Mihan claaaes Moorfleld, W. Va. two daughter of Henderson. Ky, both belonged la the tame lodge:.
t., D: left for Ids! homeIn Y
many yean ago when he taught motored to the ferry Tueaday i'Hardwire World.
It Mt. Morris, 111. College Mr. Collins Oa, yesterday after Mile Natalie rhilllp of Cochran ?
visit Ot several day with hisbrotherinlaw
Long wa for a number of yean I Ga, la expected to arrive next
I well-known lecturer Mr. and and liter, Mr. and i week for a visit here with her
Mr T Fisher and Mr and Mr Mr*. T. T. Bowen of Homettead.
brother and sliter-ln-law, Mr. Are
... Alknbarh, au of Champaign, and Mr C. S. Phillip They Working .
Mrs E. W. Cowan of Scottfl.ld.s.UevWe. ,
Ill, who are pending the winter I
IlL, arrived Wednesday
It Fort Lauderdale were Tuesday
for a visit with her brotherinlaw Herman Petzold: who ha been
,nd Mr visitors*. Mahan.at the home of Mr. and sister Mr. and Mn Ill the put week la reported to More positions than we can fill
Roy E. Matthew be on the road to recovey

Mr and We needed four more bookkeepers for
Mrs. John Evan
arrayed ha been Mr. and Mn of
Mr*. .A. A. Koeitllne M. COM Brownsville
last Tuesday froei,Philadelphia confined\ .to her home this week Texas who arrived recentlyare openings. '
to spend the winter %KU.lJoha
with a Severe cold. occupying an apartment In the
Bauer at his home on Redland Torrise building on Palm avenue. Our students are filling the best places.
road. Mrs. Evan I* a niece of Percy Watson of Jacksonville, I

Mr. Bauer. spent. Wednesday here attendingto Guests this week at the Mme of What more proof do you demand than all
business Interests, Mr and Mrs. Morris Silvermanare
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert 3 Armstrong1 : Mr. and Mn Eddie Silver- students busy

elder eon, Allan H. Armstrong *! Mr Florence: Crow moved man of Miami Beach Sam Sil
Enter for and fall openings.
editor of the Beverly Review now summer
beck to Homestead Wednesdayfrom verman of Miami Mr and Mr
of Chicago, who U In Miami I Miami. She I* staying' the, Cdw Shenaaa of Brooklyn. N. Y.
this week, spent Tuesday with Smith. Yet, we win give yon written guarantee y
I home of Dr. and Mr J. A. Mr and Mr. Michael Miller of
them at their grove In jUdland of position.
Yesterday they all bad a beach;, I

party at Miami-Beach. I I I var/aeM r1r.rMulV t.rpabI I Ii IP NO'POSITION/A REFUND OF ALL

Mr. and Mr*. John Fisher of I II Ir
.Kansa and Mr and Mr S. X.
Fisher and Mr and: Mr*.' Mblhwn I 4

VanWlnkb Miller of Miami and visited family Mr Saturday data I ;", i /* That Fair Enough :;'

.. 00 HE.IMS*.
:A. H Jarratt> Sr. ot WiacUm- If impossible to enter now', come fax and'
'Aatear.JRA11m, ; visiting Ids heath: '. .
eMn-Uw id McrjMr.Jand .... make arrangeme sts, enter later' :
IL I: Coca. and his ton, Hal Jar-
raft Cook., M,tU borne.of.Mr and Mn Today and TomorrowStore This offer i. good for the next "'M. ,

Mr*. Freda Hooker; Cutler of'!' Wide 4

Boston and bar sister Mrs. I>>r.1 Homestead Business College
ten Hooker, Blaby* of Barre, Vt..
who are now topping In Fort! i
Lauderdale, were lu c"aunt.. Home Building

.of Mr. Friti W Jackson last EE.O.M. -,
Tueaday The parent of Mr* "' j jIt
Cutler and Mr*. Blxby Mr. and
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Mr B. W. Hooker pent many! T f
winter. In Homeitead
B. A. North ;of Plant City It, SALE I y poiTwanont) wave i
pending I week With Mr, and
Mn. T. J. Oranlham "
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Mr. and Mn Earle Snecken- .
berger of Rapid City S. D.. are I ,.

visiting their father, Jason Snock-,' Scores of Bargains in 7Lis:.;;;.., .e anul.be ptrhrta ;j
enberger, on Coconut Palm -rich tirmntat frame of Curb l

Mr*. Eberheart of drtva'j' Every Department ? (triad toe he we asps give of yo yaw* wish aeck.MMnace'lot TbM.she

pending two week with Mr. and weirs die lMtfafJae.ny faavM ."
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land I.Mrs. a-lcal i.rpoo OEMsad g.e"m. I I '
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C. W. Little. accompanied FitzpatrickGraduate : .I
by her son, Edward Went toOio- -"MI& fee" .icoaiat.lVis c a
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Oberlin and (
and brought back her son-ln-lsw Conservatory Royal ?
1 Conservatory of LeipzigPIANOFORTE Bush's Barber Shop

Eva Estelle SulHvaa 1

AND THEORY & Beauty Parlor. -
Teacher '0( Pianoforte

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" Irish Potu1. 'ls N i 'l\t t" P tat -- tfEW-mOPJCAL' PARK! OPENS will result it a tee," .r-

of both eggs ant
Than It Is of Irish Extraction \ the latter halt of ..i$

r then service explains. k, '
of chicken bt
EDITOR'S NOTE Mew the Irish Palms Get IU N_" October 1, 183% ':
was the subject of a Ulk given In light veil a' a recent meeting I cant greater than
ef the Presbyterian Hen Bible ClaM of Homestead by Dr IL 8.HeUe .
beetle ltlll'W la hane erf she ..II otIN.. E.oerim.ntKUtWn same date in 193V: ,
... In the first
BIT*. II tame about became ell.be present great MUvHrfceneabeote of
In the growing and shipping of trick potatoes, Brree.aesi to be larae
Dr. Moll pot his remarks la writing for UM L4er 1t the corresponding1;

Enterprise f A n ,;

Nearly everyone knows that the thing to do with the ease of propagation x improvement r. .-

Irish potato WM introduced: intoIrelnd of the compound error Ilf fit which J\\ftlllll",
Gerard, who wrought a permanen' e ". o will prob
I by Sir Walter Raleigh, oonfussMi, fastened on a new punta r s, 4 by larger production"!
who In 1985! brought it beet from name to which another plant I prices of eggs are
hit Virginia plantation where he had a prior right, and confusi! C I to average high
found It cultivated by the Indiana. both of them with a third. Foe tier l 1935, the service
Comparatively few people, bow- the papas of Peru which Gerard i V'I, eh I i"I
over know thut Raleigh never saw figured! under the name belongIng r r t, b i 1 I counting on eggs.'JI
a potato, that the first one reached to the sweet potato batatawas t I to for them this :rear:
Virginia more than! a century after named Solarium tubcrosumby : d more young I
he died, and hit the very name I Bauhin in 1598, the i'". "plcd' flock for laying*
po\(0. is the lost,It of mistaken scientific nasn: now of our I, 'n in the nation'
Identity Toe lIumcapJa\ not I potato Ant' HsrlotJ' ui x K n I'I I at of the last quarter;
a pig and the prairie dog ia not a we know to tiftiow what ,.. ,' cull er totalled 39,500,000 ,
dog, but at least the one came! I the JI'O IId-nt/lf/ Aptos tube ">*i "r pounds below,'
from New Guinea and the other I botanists Part of tllP.j ,,ut,I, 1 fJ same date in 193i ",
lives in the prairie. But the Irish I would have been avoided tt Harlot / pounds below aver-:; r
potato if entitled to neither came,.1 had been a botanist Instead of the same date for the '<
and how this double error cornea merely an observant traveler. for Stocks of .shell
about la an Interesting itory So I the leaves and lowers of the ope 3 I, 111311. were like.:
well established are some of thane nawk would have established It at h r 1. on the same date
error reardlnlIe potato that I OlIN as as legume But he described r ''In being ;
even the standard -Cyclopedia I enly the edible tubers, andeven j 1
Horticulture accepts them, although -j some recent authorities have 'I'a J and -prfoverI *
they have been disproved read his account end supposedthat I 1833 was about U .
repeatedly he Indeed was describing the I than the average ,
The original potato was what! potato. Thus the sweet potato Is for Since the number si ,
we now call the sweet potato, erroneously called yam in our animals and .'
which Columbus found widely. southern states because its roots I to be about U ,'

uaed for food by the Caribbean are somewhat like those of the The new Tropical Park, the Florida Cypress Gardens at Winter average the aver*'''
natives and which later adventurer -I true yam, which belongs to a widely Haven, war formally opened lo the public New V.sra Day by the per unit of live.
mentioned enthuilaatlcalty different family. cutting of the satin ribbon stretched across the entering path by to be slightly< '
The Indians called this batata, Thus the Andean papas came the Cotton Festival Queen Elisabeth Hull and the Orange festival 'f

and this name easily became potato to be called ....totin Ent s h ...d Queen, Betty Runkle. prices during:'
when English mariners recorded -: was"aibdtovirii; ;origin;: are expected; w. it
It in their logs Thus Sir, but the connection! with it John Hawkins t*- 1565 writes of Walter Raleigh still remains to family pig, dog and fowls lived on guard at night, and the peasants year
finding "pities (L*. pineapples) as be explained,and there Is some uncertainty the same diet and ere long the came nightly to steal the valuable complete Florida .
tug as two flstet, potatoes the In the history there. W* Irish learned to make whiskey new food plants so that they. could outlook report for ,
most delicate roots that may be know that by 1860 the potato was from potatoes. Like most non- eat and grow them. In this way. obtained from the 2.
eaten, and hennea" Botanists well established In Ireland, for diversified crops. such as cotton the potato became popular ia or by writing the)
knew the sweet potato as Ipomea pamphleteers in England were In the southern states of our coun- I France very quickly: I Extension Ser!

batatas, preserving the original urging 1U cultivation and callingit try, the potato proved a- curse as I It may be mentioned that the I .jJ.'l Fla ,
' name, and the Spanish still know already the Irish potato because well as a blessing, for when! this potato i* a* badly named In com
It under the orglnal name as baa It was growing so well and iisef J crop lulled there was famine other countries, although no .his..-I "
tate so largely Ireland In 1893 the In England the potato was torlcal or scientific error ate ,in- : IN OFFICE ,
When Sir Walter Raleigh sent Royal Society! -ef London Investigated adopted more slowly, but by 1700Is volved. Thus the French name, BY GETZEN Ii

Us ill-starred colony to Roanoke the matter and the president was a staple crop in Lancashire pomme 4e terre, means apple oftheearth i ...
Island in |Set, there went with Sir Robert Southwell testified The Introduction Into Scotland is while the German word,
them one Thomas Heriot, whosaade that his grandfather had received said to have been delayed because kartoffel, I* a corruption of truffle ..
a cartful study and wrote them from Raleigh and Introduce our Covenanter forbears could find a sort of subterranean mushroom -
the first accurate account In Eng them Into Ireland. A century later no mention .of the potato In the ef which the potato reminded
lish of the food plants of the NorthAmerican Dr. Wright of Edinburgh, In a re- Bible W. way note, however, the first German growers. Only
Indians. Among othershe port of the Board of Agriculture, that it was the Irish Presbyterian the' Spanish retain the originaland
noted their great dependenceea stated categorically that Relelgb In 1111 who first introduced the legitimate name papas.
the openawk. a small tuber had Introduced potatoes into Ire- potato into the United States,more
dug In the woods. Other colonial land. But it Is certain that Raleigh than a century sifter Raleigh eras
writers mention this as the most was never In Virginia and supposed to have taken it from Poultry Prices to Be

Important\ wild food plant of the that there were no potatoes there Virginia to d.Introduction Good, Says Service
Indians from Maine to Florida, anyhow Since! his Boanoke colony into Germany! was
and their sole dependence In timesof was brought home by Sir aided by the recognition .of the f .
Gainesville, Feb. 20 In view of
crop failure often. Frans Drake the ...edit h.. bee_ mar l4.f tin IF b ttr ru I or., -
relatively short supplies, poultry
In 15M the earliest European tr-b; wee to him, anda but in spite of 7thej edicts ire
1 prices will be l high during the first
town in southwestern Germanyhas commanding tbe growing of po-
traveller to keep an account of his six months of this :year, says the
adventures in South America a statue erected to Drake as tatoes, the people took to them state agricultural extension
the Introducer of the potato to slowly Fostered by Frederick
piedro de Cieia de lon, descrlb- In Its Florida agricultural out-
ad the cultivation of an edible Europe. Now while Drake could William I of Prussia in 170, al look report for l 3fl.
tuber In Ecuador and Peru, high not have brought potatoes from century later found Frederick the Present favorable conditions
up In the Andes, under the name Virginia, where there were none, Great still trying to compel! the I however are likely to Induce a
paP;). The Spaniards must have he did see and eat potatoes whenhe people to reoognixe the value of I
brought some of these tubers touched in southern Chile in potatoes. But the famine In 1771 ,
borne, for In IMS we know they 1578 on his way around the and 1772, following the Seven :
world. But it took him two years Years War, did what soldiers and, DRJI.A.BERGERDentist
gardens more to reach home, and there I II decrees had not been able to do, W ETUM;

tit Closlue, living in Vienna, resolved 1 M record sad little or DO hope of and since that time potatoes have gusnter.() .-
a couple of tubers from his his having brought any live tubers been grown very extensively. in Program *e

Belgian friend De Sivry. who had &ome with him To Drake Germany : as erne ef the .*r.l- .'
grown them from tubers brought the word potato meant the sweet In France there was for a time 30 N. Krome Avenue .. e* the BvsaeerstW
from: Rome by. his friends Clusluswas potato, and tome have been con' opposition to the potato by the .* Maseru Gets*, ease
fused by his record of who believed them
preparing a botany book or eating them physicians, Upstairs
haslMdiMkd Be Jfcwy gent fcJtm* in ihs West India On .1380. Wedo poisonous This was overcome by
good drawing of the vine and not know just bow the potato I Parmentler, wife had been a Prussian Office Hours 8:30-4:30 Tr asur r

flowers of this plant also which reached Ireland, but we know that I prisoner during the Seven ,OPEN EVEMNOSHI
he-called Popes penavlaaum, fallowing neither Jtelelgh nor Drake ,could Tears War and had learned about
Qeza's report of the name have been Involved. potatoes there He gave a dinnerto APMUNTMKNT
Cluslus sent a copy pf this draw- Although grown a* a curiosity' which he Invited many of the
Ing and account of the uses of the la the gardens of plant lover In scientific notables and at which he
plant to an English botanist, John Europe from at least 1385 and re- served only potatoes prepared in
Or ird. calling attention to the ported by De Sivry as already various ways. The scientists won
I fact that the recently described much cultivated In Italy at that over. It still remained to penuade Deming Pumps and Systems
openawk of Heriot" must be a time, It was only slowly that the the people to accept the valuablenew
somewhat similar food plant potato became a food plant In food crop. Parmentler tried Slip Joint Pipe
Europe or North America. The psychology where the Prussian
Thus far there ia no error in
Irish! were *t least the first Turo-: kings bad tried compulsion, and Kerosene Driven Pumps '
the record of these three plants.
peen pimple to grow It on a largescale succeeded much better. Be planted -
But Gerard was writing a herbal
and it soon became a staple a field of potatoes, spread stories :-I Aermotor .:
also and being lets careful and!
with them, fer soil and climate of the value of the plants andhad
cautious than Clusius beat bin
were ,well molted to it Potatoes a guard of soldiers assignedto "
into print In 1897"Gerard the published became the principal Item of protect the field every day as Call, phone or pricesYR. 1
De Iilvry'll1l\1'
over name
breakfast .dinner and supper for the crop neared maturity.. When .
Batata virginlana, and quoted Chisulus -
the peasantry, and between meals the tuber -were ready to dig JM
as authority for the statement -
that tt was native to Virginia H.
and was called papas by *he
Indians there. Clualus' correct Factory
figure and statement -were published MILL A. NABOK3. Pr,.
four :yean later, but the SUNDA DINNER SOc Phone Bayriew 521 highway

michlef was dose Perhaps the VEGETABLE PLATE Sa> CUM JUULMCTAS.TS U* X>> Coronet '

feat that Gerard wrote English i rune IATCCB MW. DBSSEKT JTTD DECTK Tie-: "i\<* i ". iii':;i:,..r.

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._ Fourteen_ THE). LBADER ENTERPRISE Friday, February 28, 1936. ,

t .!;rile' --.11111.1\.eter1ee L ..C." c. ,. .. .... ,., .,..... '. .. "" ,' .. .. ...,. .. ., '. ... ... .. ". .

I : Homestead i High School News they. Edwards ham read.Mrs. I i ; t :: .;

cleat welcomes ,
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The seniors had skip day last the Junior Review during their T* GUN SupremeAn F
t Friday and went down on the home room period. Englishman, an Irishman! : (:
keys, supposedly to fish, but I I and a Scotchman were having 1 ; ; < / I II
f think only three or tour tithed In sanitation the seventh grade lunch together ( : : I ::

Sadie rented a small row boat and It nuking health posters. "By the way did either of you : (. I.. ..J ..
with Bill and Mac for company, go to Smythe's wedding?" inquired B"J'It '. ./, ; :
went out to fish but found it too i ; : ;
The school has a lese atlas of the Englishman. "I waan't able to .; ..
hallow to came back and took a I the world which was donated by but I tent him a dinner service let .: :" '
ti few girls rMIng Harrv. pill and the merchants of the town to the for twelve people." 'IICIIH' 'l.
Sadie helped the Si the :i { : :1
girl boat :
school The achool as a whole, "I wasn't there, either" said the : : : ';;
iC and rowed until waist ::
they were ; : : : ; : :
appreciates this donation very Irishman, "but I tent a tea set " '
deep in water, then the boat aeC'I.untell7 much. The school also has a set of for twenty-four people. Were you "' ; ':( ""'! ,. :'. ,'.
tipped, on purpose. new encyclopedias put oift by the there, McT.vfsh7""No :..J. ,('e" "iiS"I' :., 'I' D"b". .S" ; '
t' Some of the class '
went wading i Smithsonian Scientific Institute I couldn't get there. but *
Imagine Mae and Mrs. Scott wading I In Washington D.C. sent him a pair of sugar tongs .; i : : :
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In water with their pints roll- for a hundred people -Ex i : i: ; < o\\: ; \
ed above their knees. It teems iJ'R' .
though that MIL Scott wilted un- Wednesday we had an assembly : :o. 1 { ) .... ,:
til the beach was deserted before where Mr. Sommers read a booklet .'" .:'J' ''- ,\ ; ..', ) '., ,. I
she ventured In. Jewel and Leola "And Sudden Death", to the .
found bed springs left by the hurricane student body. ,This was to Induce MONKEY JUNGLE : \' :;, ;: : : ,
and with a "Pirate Cove" I the boys and girls to drive more ONLY < jf fl'r( : : ;

sign for a pillow tried to sleep but I carefully. MONKEY ,( I. l o r. ,. .;r(( .'> ,:q'H! '1.: I
since the bed was not any too IOn I ,' I Iji
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and was elevtated on bricks theycould Thursday the matinee performance JUNGLE ; .
not sleep well. After of "Young and H althy" was IN THE U.S. """ :
very ? :
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a while, several of the others borrowed given This play will be given ST I Nf"i[t ltCO' 0 Atllg .

the bed. All were blistered tonight by the Future Farmers.Tuesday HalnUsi Drive west ,' ... .... ..... .' . ... .. Ju .
In spots when they arrived horn ef NaranJa Road J" ,t" .4ttj'':' H, ;. '
They ant on crates on IM back of is school day at the .,
a truck under a blanket when the Tropical Fair in Redland. One ADMISSION 10* ) .- .. .__.--., -- ._ _..
rain came in blasts. After going hundred cars art wanted to carry .
through all this they were readyto the student body out Anyone 4
go again Those on the truckwere who wil donate his car or drive It 4r
: Bill, Harry, Otha, Mae, PrlscUla himself It asked to get in touch I II
Leola, Jewell, Clarence, with Principal L B. Sommers, Mr. If
Jean Ruth, Annie Mae, Virginia, Ben Morris or Mr. Crandall manager f
Sadie, MarJorie, Ethel Bert and of the fair School will be
Mrs Scott Others went in cars I dismissed at 1 o'clock that day. .
driven by Katherine Vsnn, Earl
Rohrer and Lois
Some of the juniors are becoming -
second story men In that they I
The sophomore are painfully are entering the room by the
preparing eth-I Silas Mamer booklets I window Instead of the locked door,
period each during the noon hour.
pupil drew a picture Illustratingthe

story Some are also studying During a class discussion of the
for the test Friday In this same new agricultural act the followingwas
story. The five pictures of Mae- asked: "What It a legume?"
beth which the honorable artiste
The answer given was: "The army
drew are now up In the room. and navy."
These tame artists art diligently
preparing the exhibit for the Trop. The seventh grade geography
kill Fair.' Mrs.
room daises are tr.vellnllnto different'
wishes to heartily thank Mr. MOo parts -el the world. This week
r nwaln. tie Industrious Janitor, for they are studying Africa. Italy
helping to put up the poster will be the"next topic at they findit ,
r difficult to keep from the Ethl-
la chemistry the pupil art cplarv-IUlUn controversy. They
studying the chemistry of clothing expect to mount their booklets,
while the general science class map and posters for the fair exhibit -
It studying water transportation Friday. y
and principles of bouyancy. The a
useful science class Is taking up The fifth and sixth grades are
energy and Its transformation this busy turning home work Into cwt
week, and the biology class b booklets and posters for the fair
studying epidemics and peat control In Redland. They: ... also maltIng -
*. posters which carry out the
plan of their reading material
During one of the bom room The class Is glad to have Doris
periods this week, Mr. Moomaw'i Thompson and Carol Walker back
elm had a temperance program.Mr. In school after a few day of illness -
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I* nuking booklet on "The Lady Mrs. Webb't pupil welcome e
*4 the Lake" with the covering James and Jaunite Creech Into
jnade of art paper. These booklets 'their midst Annette Campbell
contain a biography of Scott, synopsis Is out with the mumps. Friday the '....
of the story and pictures to diamond ball championship will
Illustrate the story.The be pajredplT.! The pupils made
13.90 on their vegetable sale held.
junior high public speaking last Friday,
pupils have been tolling adventure -- -
historical and heroic Mrs. Flfietd't, efts is making WHEN YOU BUY THE > '
tales. The rest of the class crltl- posters and booklets for the fair. t
dart, the speech. Jimmy Martin, now In school
again while J. T. Pritchard is now You be lucky at game of chance-but why risk
The eighth grade hat been out with the mumps. Jeanetle
studying American humor. It Burton broke her arm several your money buying unknown razor blades Probak Jr. _
started with O'Henry. weeks ago while skating at home made by the world' largest maker of blades and selling "

Laura Mae Felght had charge of on the sidewalk. at 4 for 10-1. a safe bet for your razor-blade money. A1.. +

the program Tuesday during home Mitt Ray has the flu, and Mrs. Here i fa a blade of known quality-ground, honed and 4 m;

room period In Miss Hayden't Rutland it substituting for her stropped by special process that guarantee your money'
room. "The Two Gifts" a play The clan hat completed its reading -
was given by Jane Oatlin, Mary work books. worth in shaving comfort. Probak Jr. is a double-edge 4 cc'blade

i Frances Arthur and Herbert built of fine, steel-Inade to ease through dense
Booth. Jeanette Campbell will Mia Dorsey b back In school stubborn whiskers without pull or irritation. Your dealer ;
l be In charge next week. after a week of the mump Sine
1 the clots ft studying money, the has Probak Jr. Buy a package today.
.h Mr. Lucas now has the mumps, pupils are making play money
I to Mrs.Nell K. Walker Is substituting and are to learn how to make correct
I for him. change
The seniors art studying tt Atr -; MU Williams' room' I* working (
r Jegro and II Penseroao by Milton. on the .fair exhibit also.
They found that the poems art
very well contrasted. The seniors Mb Jacison't pupils are busy
are sympathizing with the poor working for the fair exhibit which
juniors Jn their struggle with em will contain leading writing and
phasU, Coherence, unity and eu art work from this class. The JUNIOR BLADES
class lacks six perfect days before -
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seventh grade pupil* are will be anon If the mump will only ,

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Friday, February 28, 193ft) THE LEADER ENTERPRISR Pan FifteenQThe

i Mar. 4-Bible stndy.SHver .

l ChUr.cl --the Rev Palm R community O. Cowan. Chart pastor.. CLASSIFIED ADS I IFOR

Sunday school every Sunday at 10a.

t m; preaching services en tint, RATl Fleet Insertion 10* a host MbwquHrt assertion
third and fifth Sundays at 11 a 54 a UM ,

BAPTIST \ day and Saturday): Holy m. and 8 p. ra.

Homestead -The Rev C. Eucharist at f a. m. Revival new being conducted RENT REAL ESTATE
j pastor. Sunday school N.I Mar. I. Friday: litany and by the tev. J. WaltwerUi..
,,' Walker
address at S ,
:10 a. ra. Preaching at 11 a. m. B m. Services every Right.METIIODIiST. ROOMS with or without board. BIG VALVE 0-rooin house.FurnUhad. .

,ti, and 7:30 P- m.; B.Y.P.U. at 6.S0 p. The Sunday night service FREE J. Simons,, cor Silver Palm and All city Improvement
'. m. Prayer: services Wednesday ot has been discontinued. Richard rd. Redland. (pftl *. The word BARGAIN taut

':80 p. m.Mar. Lenten study class will meet Forlda City-Mrs. Ernest War.ren been greatly overworked, but
J at ':31 p. m. en Wednesday. Sunday school FOR SALEFOR
pastor. I do not hesitate to say that this
I 1- Morning service EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN 1:30 p. ra; preaching 1.90 and I property Is a Big Bargain. Price
Week e( Prayer sermon ea p. m.; Young people's meeting, SALE- wk. old chick f 10 including furniture bed linen

"rraerd Missions evening 6L John'*--Redland; the Rev. 7.IS; Junior meeting 3:30 Tuesday; per WO while they but Schorr and table linen dishes, now

sermon, "The NewBirth" Geo. M. Poth, pastor. Sunday I prayer meeting 7:90: p. m. Thureuay. Feed and Supply Store. (HI) $1.200 reduced from W.JCO

I school each Sunday at 10 a. m. Fine furniture and plenty ..f It.
Hur. I-Prayer service snb- English service on second Sundayof FOR SALE-Two CM year old potato It. A. Cameron. (Hi.!un

i Jed: '"Go 'i Call to Service." each month M J p. m and Ger- PENTECOSTAL dlggoM. Largeetehm, cheapfar
oaah W. J. Vlek Box 148
) man service on fourth Sunday at. Goulds-Rtv. C. C. Ilrnoberg4r.pastor. ACREAGES AND GROWER
Oouds. (
The Rev Moan
Goulds- 3p.m. Sunday school .t ,:..: specialize in Redland propel li,. ,

ion pastor. Sunday 4ural PeWI-1 METHODIST EPISCOPAL preaching .t 11 .. m. and 7JQ; p. EXOTIC TR I'ICAL JELLY-InfineydlanjlM fiend mo )our lifting of pn'i p. 11 tv
at 11 a.
S. m.j preaching I m.; Young people's meeting sit 1110 face glass Jars 13 for ale,
B Y. U. at I
JSO p. m.; P : Florida. eircls'rua- wl "I CHARLES I. BROOKS
CKy Oommnnlty Churchthe I p. m.; todies' prayer 4* ala wTeJpe one
Prayer service at 730:: p. m. Wedi i Rev. M. A. toper, pastor day at XM: p. m. Mid-week prayer I, for gifts or budge or guest 110 N. E First St., Miami

nesday Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.; service Thursday 7:30 p. m. I prises, 800. MM. Bertha Ed. I II
CATHOLIC I preaching at 7:10 p. m. Church wards, Redland road between REAL ESTATE-- 'rhn e who want

,night Wednesday at 730.: PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHitemesteadKrone I Coconut Palm and Plumnwr I to buy or sell Kedland District
Church of she Sacred driven real estate will find up-to-date
S. E. tiecond avenue, Del&ri-I, Mar. 1-Sermon ea "Evi- avenue at listing In our office Many of
the Rtv. James Cloonan pastor. I I dences ef God." N. 18th street Sunday school at I FOR SALE-3 yr. old citrus tree, these listing are still at subnormal
10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. ,rase 4 varieties. Simoni, Silver
Sunday mass at 0 a. m; week dy I cor. price We shall appreciate -
mast at 7:45: dally. Sunday school Redland Community Churchthe : and 7:30: p. m. Palm and Rcdland rd. (fl4tf) either your Inquiries' of
Rev. M. A. Sun
Saper pastofi
Sundafollowing, 9 D'cIOCkfomau. Mar. !_Morning sermon: your listings, all of which will
day school at @ttng at 11. HONEY-the clear thick delicious
the tint = have our best attention. Now M
Communion tot women. "Exchanging Tokea" evening
I Church night, y at 7:30. kind. None better and at grove
Sunday of month; for -men and sermon: "The Persuasion of prices. Also grapefruit Hoi' the tiny to buy. B. W. Morris,

boys, the second Sunday of moD th. Mar. I-Sernen on "WhatAbout Paul" lister Sage East: Kings Highway. now associated with It. A. Cameron -
Holy hour Thursday before first I God'" This la the first N. W. lot St. In Clt wens

Friday of month at 7:45 p. m. Mass of a aeries of Sunday morning SPIRITUALIST TEMPLE OF FOR SALE-Ono 10 h. p. and one Bank Bid,. Phone '2.
first Friday at 7,30; a. m. Bene- Lenten sermons. TRUTH 8 h. p. G. 1:., 3-phase, 220-110

diction of the Blessed Sacrament I Other Lenten services: Sunday Ilomeslesd-branch of Miami volt A. C. motors; compensatingswitch I LEGAL NOTICES .

after mass. evening at 7 and Tuesdayand Spiritualist Temple of Truth In ; 200-gnL pressure tank
Thursday evenings at Woman's Club 410 N. W. Eighth: one pair solid tired heavy duty order be published once a week for
CHRISTIAN I 7:30. avenue. Men's Bible class and wood wheels good for trailer four consecutive week In theLeaderEoterpria.
A newspap i r
Florida City-Broadway and( METHODIST EPISCOPAL young people's lyceum at ':15 p. Homestead Machine Shop S. W. published In said County and St i,
Sixth street Sunday school at SOUTH m.; healing I by Dr. J. Carl Hobson 2nd St. 09U) This aoth day of January I

1:45: a. m. for pupils under 20 years at 7:49; lecture and messages at SETS OF 6 baby )jan of tropical E. B. LEATHfcRMAN ('{ip'r'r<
of age; morrilng service at 11 I White Slone Church-Hafnc-' 8 p. m. by the Rev. Soda Hobson. Jellies, assorted, celophenepo.. Circuit Court. By M s;.. ,
stead the Rev. A. A. Koestllnft Deputy Clerk.
O'clock. "Wednesday( evening services ;
ped, packed In carton ready tor
Mar. Healing by Dr. J. Ernest P. Roberta
wlalAlk Include! testimonial pastor. Sunday school at 8-30: a.
malting $1. Mailing charge
and experiences and remarks m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. : Cariliobacln. lecture by A. R. Solicitor for Plaintiff
Of healing
the Mrs Bertha Edwards, Redlond (Jan 31; Fob 7, 14, :Zl. 2M
and by
on Christian Science B p. m. Junior League at 2:30: p. messages road between Plummet and Coconut ..
m. The public la cordially' Invitedto : m.; Hi League at 0:45 p. m.; Senior Rev. Bad Hobson. Palm drives, (nlStf) In the Circuit Court, Eleventh
attend. : League at 8.30 p. m. Prayer meeting NONDENOMINATIONALPRAYER Judicial Circuit Dads Counts

at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. SERVICE LOSTLOSJnMonday florid In Chancery. Case He.
1\1... 1 tessoa sermon 4J86I.
topic "Christ Jesus." ,Mar.. IMoral.'hat.lleu .. _.....&. Bible study and prayer service evening, purse JOHN SAUNDERS, Complain
I .':'\\ Ta by This 8er conducted by the Rev. H E. Bergof containing $t between Hunt ant. vs. MAY 8AUNDCR3 Defendant -

CHURCH OF CHRIST vlceZ"s'stwdal mush by choir Miami at home of Mrs.' G. L i hospital and Methodist parson .
under direction ef Irving It appearing by affidavit appended
Oault Friday at I p. m.
every age. Return to Mrs. FlorenceHunt
Homestead-lint avenue and Lyon.Evening. ta the bill filed In the
N.: W. Fifth street; T. J. Horton nesssgei The A aeries ef fectnre en the at hospital. above Stated cause that Slay

'Minister. Bible study at 10 .. an.; f ......., -of IplrltnaUaaTl Beek of Revelations to new In i 31ISCELLANEOUSREPRESENTATIVE Saunders the Defendant therein
named Is non-resident of the
communion, fellowship and .1.,...."Ina" program AO Invited. State of Florida a and la a resident.

preaching at 11 a. m; preaching at $ WANTEDTo of 43) Third St., Brooklyn N Y,
73fl p. -m. Prayer weetmf Wed secure copyrighted contracts. that there Is no person In the Stateof
ftesday at 7.30 p. ULCHURCIS Individual 80. Every claim paid. Address upon- whom would bind such Defendant -
OF GOD Three Real Buys
: Suit 128 Comesu Building and that she ti over the
of It I
age years.
West Palm Beach Florida.
H.llleateall-8011 N. V. Tint therefore ordered that said nonresident
avenue; Fev. Ceo. Lerion-,!pastor fl4-28) Defendant be and Is hereby -

Sunday school at 9.48: a. m.; 1935 Plymouth deluxe coupe with PIANO TUNING and repairing required to appear to the Bill
preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p of Complaint filed In said I cause
Good used piano for sale cheap.
8 JO on or before Monday the 6th d*>v
C O. Q. Society
xnkSenior fi1: Looks like W. E. Koon. 119 N. W. 3rd St.
jn.:{ Intermediate C O.. O. S. radio new. Only of April. A. D. 1036, otherwltr
the allegations of said bill will betaken
parsonage 8.30 p. m. Mid-week \ LEGAL NOTICESIn as confessed by said Defendant -
,prsytr'service. 7.JO p. m. Wed 22,000 miles- .
nesday. I r mtr JWnCMrt, D>* OMIT. It Is further ordered that this
ruw N* TIN.RC
I $525 : KSTAT1 or LUCY W. DYCHM D:. order be published once a week:
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE I ...... for four consecutive week In the
HOW .f l...._ to ..... AppUntlMrw Homestead Leader-anUrpriw n

. Homestead-The Rev. Howard Node b .....Plait... .1|VM DWIwm saw | Ux flMm newspaper published in said County -
Zckel: .' pastor. Sunday ..boot--.t. 1933 Ford V-8 tudor sedan. New find noon end pauses fan rind ; and State.
, 0 49 preaching at 11 a.nt: ; DYeh..e..0 Ailmlntolnwr .f UM _.... I This Feb IS, 1138.
: at m.; LUCY W. DYtHKI. .. and ':30 p. m.; N. Y. P.-& and paint motor- of Mink, IIM. I will apply E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerkof :
Juniors meeting a( 4.30 pi ra.' new FEJ=Lowty.* W t.YTaMm.s l..
Prayer meeting Wednesday evenIng >l '"C WM. noel MOTt bail fa* final 4100
$365 "arse .. mmin mtm wt UM btatr .( (Circuit Court Seal)
7:30. W. DT.IW. d.wrd. Henry Behrens
Log.. II 4., W r.br .ry. ItM Solicitor for Plaintiff.
f'rIneeloD-the Rev. C. H. Con- I Alto Pa"d' r. DVLHES. (Feb tL 28; Mar. 6, 13. .fl)
don, actor Sunday school at B.48; 1933 Pontiac 8 sedan. Four new tires, AUonwr far AitalHMnlor.If .
preachingat'I0:45: a. In. and 7:30p. 14. SI. as I' Mar. S. II) In the County Judte' (Court. and

m. Junior meeting atti:30; young' excellent]] paint. A real buy at- In the Circuit Coart Eleventh Jndlclal > foe Dade County Florid ta
people's meeting at 630.: Prayer Circuit Dade County Probate. No. 779*.
meeting Wednesday at :30'110: m. FlorW la Chaneery. Case No In R*: Estate of JULIA X: M-
$385 431713. INTYRE. Deceased.
EPISCOPALStJohn's Helen Van Winkle vs. WlUlsm Van Notice to CreditorsTo
All Creditors and All Person
.' .-,S. E. Second avenue Winkle.Dlvol'W I Having Claims or Demand

and Fourth street Homestead.and Preston B. Bird Motor Co. appearing by the sworn bill fil I Against Said Estate:
I II .
Fourth street, Homestead; the .It In the above stated cause that You. and each of you, are nei.,i
Rev. Wm. C. Taylor Jr., pastor. j the residence of William Van Winkle notified and required to pre nt
Holy eucharlst at 6 a. m.; Sunday KROME AVENUE PHONE 18HARRY'S I the Defendant therein named, 'any claims and demands who, \
1i I school at 10 a, m. la unknown and that there la no you, or the either of you, j' lll" ..
against estate of t
I person in the State of Florida the
\: star 1, first Sunday In Lents service of subpoena upon whom MclNTYRE. deceased late 'of
Homestead Dade Florida
would bind such Defendant and County, ,
Holy Eucharist at I a. m. I to the Hon W F
I that he Is over the age of twentyone rOt:
Mar. 4 (Wednesday Ember WELDING SHOP years. It la therefore ordered Count Judge of Dade
Day): Holy Eucharist kt 7 I that said William Van Winkle,' his office In the County Cout
PRINCETON, FLA. I non-resident Defendant, be and hei 1 house In Dade County Plot Id''.
am..Mar. la to to within eight calendar month trot
hereby required the
i appear
-T Embe Days (FriTnrner's -- ,
the date of
the first
J publicuJHit
Portable Electric and Acetylene Welding en Cylinder Bleak. Bill of Complaint filed In said
hereof. All claims and demand not
cause on or before Monday, the ,
i I Cylinder Heads, Alumuiwa Casting a4 Boilers. presented within, the time and in
2nd day of March, A. D. 1930, otherwise -
i Ij Home Automotive Machine Repairing-Catering U ,1.ea1 In main I the allegations of Said bill the manner prescribed herein shall
Funeral will be taken as confessed by said be barred as provided by law
bearing pouring and aligned reaming, connecting rod pangs Defendant Dated January M. A. D. 1930

S4-UUR. AMBtLANCB SERVICE \ and boring and cylinder boring. It is further ordered that this Harriett Mcintyre Soper As
Attendant Administratrix of this Estate of
Phone (14-R Homestead. Fla.rile WANT ADS PAY First publication on Feb 7, 19W.
.I I (Feb. 7, 14, tl, 28)


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Coconut Palm Drive and RedIand Road, Redland, Fla. "


MARCH 3rd to 7th 1936' ''j




Political Rally Day | Veterans' Day AH StatesSocietyDay Greater Miami 'Day Homestead Day
Many prominent candidate Wa veteran erfanlutlonr
Of Miami .
sponsoring a -
will speak: on problem 6fpuMU J
mammoth motorcade. Special ,
I I program Fraternal DayOrganization Rtdl..cI Day '
0 County Home .
I Miami Daily NewsIlomemaker DemonstrationCo.nm o 'a
School Day I IAO Ii IiI *' Club .
Day Day Boy Scouts'
1 I Dade Could: pupil and *
thttf tea hr cdmlttetfttt MMoreaap apeelrt pro- '
,prtMmUtlcnr Of thehomemakers' o
*tit fait mil to aD midway -
Club special Three Score and Ten
I attractions tor 5e until prtacea to ahibll winner*..
> a>rraT .Po'" I Mmemak1al department*. I Day Dade County Day Night


i Afore Exhibits Than Ever Shown Before In Any Dade County,Redland District or Community Fair,IIere.


More and Better Premiums Paid Than at Any Fair In Florida Except Tampa, Winter Haven and Orlando.

Fair Grounds Open Daily 9 a.m.Until. Ample Parking Space on Redland Road Adjoining Grounds.
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Thett. The

Krause Greater Shows Six Flying Melzoras"World's f

"Florida's Favorite Midway Organization" Greatest Flying Trapeze. Act"

presents In Single, Double and Triple -SEETHE
Somersaults while being cast
an extraordinary collection ofTwenty.f
through midair from trapezeto
Ire Thrilling Riding Devices trapeze. The capsheaf of FIR A
and all daring,skin and artistry.

' High CIlia Entertaining! Shows REEIl-Eick Alter eea and ffifU-FREEN!! 11



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