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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: March 6, 1936
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00062
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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XXIV-NUMBER 10. HOMESTEAD FLORIDA FRIDAY MORNING, MAR. 6, 1936. PRICK FiVKCEN'W






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I FFA Boys Win Sweepstakes I; CHILDREN TO BE ADMITTEDFREEALLDAYSATURDAYAS


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Public Amazed at Fine Furniture

GRAND PRIZE

Displayed by Manual Training Boys RAIN SPOILED FUN TUESDAYHomestead

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GOES TO LOCAL Homestead and Redland high which to keep papers. It was hard!

school joined hand to put on the to convince) the public that the -- I __

most elaborate manual training I desk was designed and made by Man, 60: Rally Called Off but Candidates I
exhibit yet teen In this district As a boy in high school, even It he Is Observes His 15th
FIFi CHAPTER usual the work figured Madeiraor ;l I a natural born mechanic, Mr. Rice Make Up in

mahogany native to this section laid. Buddy, had a chair to go with Birth AnniversaryA Glad-Handtng

and the Florida Keys, the best U!, the desk also carved. In addition

the world, but now getting to i I to the desk and chair he has OB i surprise party I" hone Today and tomorrow are*.wJlK'4eel "
Judingot All Exhibits scarce that the school will have display a beautiful sideboard with' at the 15th birthday annlverenrjr to be big day at the Dade

Completed Wednesday hard time getting enough, for Milt drawers and cupboards. III James McCreadr (.. County Tropical Fair from tM
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on uld C. H. Rice manual training ,..*-*1' HemeateU reeldeM,
:year, 'I Robert Oatuens' desk, which U I standpoint of attendance. Because
give at his home bit Friday
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iiipervlior for both school I a Sheraton Carlton house design was ) of the rain that Interfered
R. initructor at Red evening br Mrs. Me
E. Trotter
with children's day at the fair
With I booth exhibiting It varieties land. II. perhaps the next most Creaty sad Mrs. Harry D. the
Tuesday afternoon management
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I IDa piece. The
of fruits and vegetables raised The moat outstanding piece of Welfe. hat announced that they will
drawers and the
by Its member and depleting furniture wu the Georgiandesk I[ the top are very pigeon outltand-I Mr MeCready wa' born eaFebruary be admitted to the fair free and to
If, ae he ha* been
by Buddy Fitzpatrick of each show and ride tor five cents >
In Home-I
model seta their agricultural, this desk la a copy of
cheated oat ef 41 of Ms birthajutlvertarr
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stead High School This all day Saturday, the last day ot
It Inlaid. Robert, another
athletic and civic activities, the was dates. A eakewith
dole legs handsomely carved, with! Homestead high school boy, worked the fair, beginning at 10:30: a. an.
Homestead Chapter, Future Farmers a carved apron. Two large drawers -i Out several secret drawer that IB caadIes ea H was eat Today Is Greater Miami Day,

of America, won first prize In below the desk and many, not to find. and served Civic and fraternal organization
the Future Farmer competition smaller drawers In the deak pro- are easy Pnwxnt were Mr. and Mrs.N from the Miami area have selected
and the sweepstakes award of the per, together with many pigeonholes I Donald Cross has a very Invlt- a Ball Mr. wad Mrs. It this day to visit the fair. Tomorrow
entire Dad County Tropical Fair live plenty ot places In' (Continued on Page Twelve) A. Biurlew Mr and MrsL'. A. will be Boy Scout Day,
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EnnU Mr. and Mra. Gee. Bar
now In progress .t Redland. Scout from all over Dada County
The Redlarid Chapter won second J. II. Webster Honored I lew and little daughter. -* will camp on the fair grounds all
Mr. and Mrs. H..JL Ewlnf
prize In the Future Farmofidepartment MIAMI PASTORS ala day and an night and attend Red- .
Local Rotary club l Mrs D. W.. ....&alI.e. Mrs. 0.
and the Miami Chapter } i land District churches Sunday ..
J. ratchet sad H. U Burn
War third. Both the Home t,, The polltlefI fairy scheduled: for "
JOIN IN 3IOVE"TOBANISH At a Ladies'fright meeting Wednesday bum 1, .
stead and Bodland Future Fannerexhibits Tuesday, opening day, was rained
are described in detail in Legion Hall, Julian H.I out. Candidate Hated on the

elsewhere The Miami Chapter SLOTS Webster, first president of the I 4-A PATROLMEN printed program Included It 11
exhibit consisted in a demonstration Homestead Rotary Club, was presented I Filer, Wm. J. Pruitt, and J Harvey
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of a project which It has un- with the time-worn and Roblllard, candidates for state
dertaken to help educate the pub- faded club banner that served : ON JOB ASSIGNED senator; Hayes Wood, candidate
; lit in the correct grades and stand Committee Appointed to the club until It wet supplementedby for tax collector; Charles Dillon

ards ot eggs. S. C. Means, adviserof Work With LocalDelegation a new one several weeks ago. and W. Cecil Watson candidate

the chapter, was in charge of I Luther Chandler, another past TO FAIR TRAFFIC for clerk of the criminal court;
the booth. Another Future Farmer president of the club, made the George Holt John J. Llndsey and

unit, the J. L. Butts Chapter, presentation speech. He said that Mrs. John W. Watson, candidate
also of Miami Edition school, has I A committee to work with a committee the Club wanted Mr. Webster to One Starts at Homestead, for the house of representative;

an exhibit which features diagrams fern the Redland District have the banner as a token of Other at Miami ; Pass and Dan Chappcll, B. F PHI, and

of budding propagating and I Ministerial Association with a their appreciation of his efforts In at Mid PointThe Peter Tomaeello, Jr, candidate
grafting and displays; samples of getting the olub organized end for governor.
the various soils found In Dade :view to circulating a petition to working to hold It together afterIt promised state motorcyle The candidate mingled with,

County The sweepstakes prize obtain a referendum on revokingthe was termed. patrolmen for the Homestead- the crowd wide the tout tents

was a silver pitcher offered by T. licenses of slot machine operators Clara and Jim Hammond, who I Miami section of State Road 4-A (Continued on Page Sevea)

W. Wood It Sana, seed company I In Dade County, was appointed are touring the country presenta I made their appearance In the Red-
of Richmond, Vs., Future Fanner I by the Greater Miami Ministerial Rotary playlet to the various land District Tuesday, and one HARPER POLICEAPPOINTEE
cash prizes were: 1st, $3; Ind, $3; Association at a meeting clubs, presented The Crab" to the I I has been placed on duty temporarily

i 3rd, St.George, Moday at which the referendum Homestead dub Wednesday night i: handling motor traffic to and
N. Wakefleld, vocational i proposal was presented by a delegation Mrs. Hammond did a soloisation I i from that Dade County Tropical, NOTOR'D

agriculture. teacher of Homestead from the Redland District of "Madame Butterfly." I I Fair.
High School. Is adviaer of the I Inspector K. W. Parks said yesterday .'
Wednesday the local committeemet
Homestead chapter, and M. A. that his territory wouldbe BY COUNCIL
with the Miami committeeat
Baker, vocational agriculture from the Mateumba ferry landing -
the White Temple In Miami and FLORIDA CITY TO:
teacher of Redland High School to Miami, but his attention
Is adviaer ot the Redland chapter. appointed a sub-commlltce to would be concentrated on the Gibbs Rejected :Mayor to
draw resolutions opposing all
Mr Baker is chairman of the Future up VOTE MONDAY ON: section between Homestead and
Make Further
forms of gambling In Dade County No
Farmer department at the Naranja. When he starts north
fair, and It was at his Invitationthat and to present them to all law )from Homestead, Inspector W. F. ,Recommendations
enforcement officers In the
the Miami chapters, never county TOWN\ OFFICERSMonday Shields will' start south from MI-
before represented at displays In Members of the committee include ami, and they will pant midway Tli* city council Monday night d rr
Dr. J. L. White Dr. Glenn James,
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South Dade, entered exhibits this between the two cities. rejected Mayor C. T. Harper1 :
year the Rev. A. A. Koestllne and the will be election day for I Reckless drivers will be haled nomination of H. M. Glbb, farmer ,
Rev. C. N.
Redland was awarded the community Walker. Florida City. Voters of the town Into the court of crimes! and criminal and fruit packer, to the police ,

exhibit Prix*. TIle booth, that adjoins Homestead on the court. The patrolmen were fore In place of W. H. Syke
attractively arranged by Mr. and Passer of Bad Checks south will go to the polls to choosea II asked for I month following a succession Mr. Harper recYmmended that i
Mrs. Ceo. Ranson had samplesof mayor, town clerk town mar of fatal accidents on the Gibbs be given the place of Policeman -
many fruits raised In the Red- Jailed_to_Await Trial, shal and seven councilmen. I concrete section of highway be- S. F. Pye and that Pyt N

land District and drew admiring I Candidates whose, names will tween here and South Miami, climaxed be given the place of Syke who .+
\ comment: and inquiry from hundreds W. A. Somervllle of Texas, accused appear on the ballot are u follows by the death of Dr. Mary Is the town's trouble shooter after t
of visitors dally. of passing worthless checkson : 'Freeman of Goulds, who was I p. in. )I

Prizes for the best decorated the First National Bank ofHomestead I For lnayor-W. H. Sheffield and struck: by a car driven by negroes There was no apparent feelingon
commercial: booths were awardedas pleaded not guilty and 1 I A committee of civic club headsorganized cither side. Member: of the
follows: lit Homestead Leader- waived hearing by Justice of the I M. Sllrerman. The present mayorI by W. L Flak In which council expressed the opinion that
I Lawrence Becker who I* serving -
Enterprise Snd, Roberts Groves; Peace Sid L. Kendrick !hut week were represented the Lions Club Mr. Gibb was' not fitted by mature i
out the unexpired term of the
3rd, Florida' Power & Light Co. and was taken to the Dade County late B. H. Edwards. Rotary Club, Redland District (Continued on Pone Seven) y i
Jail to await trial.
The Leader-Enterprise booth Chamber of Commerce and Red-
blazes with flowers furnished from Somerville deposited a check for For clerk Mrs. Flora D. Were, land District Improvement Association THE WEATIMAoatsl J

the Dick Grate gardens by $100 In the Homestead bank present clerk and Miss Nellie went before the county ; t
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Mrs. Jay Simons who Is In charge drawn on a Texas bank and then Cooding. commissioners and before the -avers rpoet. .ff..w.M..L.c 5sre,.......
of the booth, taking orders tor cashed the following checks: Feb. For marshal-William 3. Ceron- sheriff. Through the effort of
flowers as well as subscriptions to 10, Dr. J. B. Tower, II; Feb. II, bno, present marshal and Lake Sheriff D. C. Coleman Governor Date MISUI., Bae. 'aahia --
the Leader-Enterprise sample M. E. Sever of Florida City, $3; Ditto. Sholu and Chairman C. B. Tread- eb. 29 TFeb. 4
copies ot which are given free to and Mn. W. A. Wood, also ot For councilmen (seven to be way of the state road department: 11 :_ at 130,0: .u i}W

all' who stop at the booth. The Florida CUt 82; Feb. 20, E. R elected)-Jesse Caves, Chaa. D. agreed to send two state patrolmen Mar. 1 __ U M I .13 I

Roberts Groves booth tended by Davis, $S. ClInton. Lloyd Diets Ray Good- here Their arrival was delayed Mar. : ;: 146 30.09Mar.
Miss Estelle Turner, displays boxed In each Instance Somervllla re. ing. F. B. Lelnlnger, Robt Mill pending completion of a police I : I 143 20.03:
fruit and various individual reived cash In addition to goodsor .1 llns. B. B. PuUen Fred Robertson, achol all atate patrolmen were attending i iI Mar. t 'I' 32 30.10 .02 .

(Continued eat Pap Ten) services. J. Simmons and D. B. Snow. I in Fort Myers. I Mar. a I It I 6t 30.0'




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Pave Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Hulav March f fi. 19W:


Mollycoddling Prisons Are CollegesOf FARM SHOP PART I Coconut Provides Material of Many


I Crime, A. J. Kavanaugh Tells LionsWhen 'OF REDLAND FFA II Home Demonstration Articles at Fair ::11


Some twenty article' anode from Church", scheduled to be given
people criticize the police on probation of prisoner to give
EXIIIBIT fibre and t'reftda of the coconut BYPU of the
FAIR Senior
AT the by the
department, they can go further them a chance to reform before
tree and from the hull of coconuts Homestead Baptist Church Sunday j
and criticize also the prosecuting they reach a penal institution
form a display In the boothof night has been postponed until -
attorney and the judge, and
'Then If theean't learn, don't I
the home demonstration cluba. Mar. 19 In order to give the
they can do this a* long a* they mollycoddle them," aald he. "Put Placards Cite Pertinent
two beautifully time to
allow their law enforcement officers them In a penal institution that Facts on Dade County braided There and are shaped half,, a fan participant argument more preparetheir
to remain In politic, AndrewJ I is a penal Institution and not a
I AgricultureThe a table mat and a floor 'Mat, all
Kavanaugh, Miami public safety college of crIme. Put them away made from the frond of the tree.I
director and president of the International -
where they cant have radios,
of drei button and
exhibit of Redland Chapter Several sets
Association of Police movie, ball game and thing Uk and variety of cup,
Chief of America, told the Red- thai" Future Farmer of America at buckles a. RUPTURESHIELD
l md District Lion Club Tuesday I the Dade County Tropical Fair mugs, vases and dlppen Illustrate
night at the meeting in the Lion The rest of the public safety this week la built of vegetable and the poiibllltlea of the hull EXPERT HEREE.
LIen tn Sliver Palm. director. talk was along the same fruit eomprlaing the major farm ,',Article made from the fibre
line as his talk to Rotary, reported enterprises of this locality, together include a shopping bug kodak J. Melnhardl, well known
:Mr Kavunaugh who last month In this paper several week I with a display of the woodworking boqIJ: cover purse portfolio, lampshade Expert of Chicago will personally
ncidreswd the Homestead Rotary I agoMis sections of i wellequipped mules and a picture frame ; be at the Ponce dft Leon
< huh, again outlined the plan for Nancy Belle Fairchild farm shop Article made from gourd In Hotel, Miami Fla. on Thursday -
., ,it It. schools for i pi lice which the i daughter of Dr. David FaIrchild I Products on display a* the the display include a basket, a Friday and Saturday.

pltce I; chief association I is advo- I I of Coconut Grave, played several "foundation of Dade County ag- tray, a scoop, a dipper a vase. : March 12th 13th and llth,
cating. He said that at I its president old ballad on her Irish harp and riculture" are avocados, citrus tomatoes a Jardenier and a bright hued wall from 1*:00 A. M.to4:00P.M.
i ho had appointed a committee sang to her own accompaniment and potatoes, a* these are hanging I and (:00 P. M. to 100 P. M.
to report on such a plan at the I Dr. Q L. Ruehle, pathologist of major enterprises. and filling In Pine needle brushes and palmetto dally Please note date and

convention in September.Mr. the Subtropical Experiment Sta- .Is done with minor vegetables, brushes, a home canned pantry i hear carefully
Kavanaugh laid that more I tion was welcomed a* a new member fruit crops and poultry products, exhibit, block printing, linoleum I Ask the Hotel Clerk for the
time and money should be spent all of which are Included in the work a collection of home grown I> numbers of Mr. Melnhardi'a ,
chapter supervised practice pro- flower and vegetable are among' rooms. Only men are invited.
gram. Placards and poster Included the other exhibit in this. booth. I I The Melabardl Rupture
Grand Prize Fair Exhibit DesignedAnd call attention to pertinent Shield retains the rupture en the \

I facts regarding the magnitude of DEBATE POSTPONED I average ease regardless of else '
Built by Agriculture Pupils : the four major enterprise. of Dade The debate on 'Resolved That or location-.me matter bow )

County agriculture which are displayed the Radio DOM Good for the much yon exercise, lift, erstrain.
"tound.tloM"-to the The Melnhardl Rapture
a*
Who are the happiest boy In pine tree under typical Florida I
fact that Dade County fruits and Shield I* aklllfully molded to
Homestead this week The iky. The fifth -window pictures vegetables constituted one-seventh Lopes, which they have namedthe each Individual a Dentist

Homestead Future) Farmer. -. a Future Farmer meeting In prog of the value of all Florida fruit "Redland Chapter F F.' A.1 makes false teeth. (No' kg j.
to
Feed Box", In an effort/
They have reason to be, for they ress. Model figure surround the and vegetable shipped last year! the chapter treasury while straps and liD cumbersome arrangement -
carried off the major honor at the a* well a* to the fact that Dade *).
chapter meeting table. The last
Dade County Tropical Fair. They "cubby-hole" show a pink scroll County shipped one-twelfth of all ing co-operation. I It la waterproof, sanitary, "
the for the beat the fruit and indestructible, and
won grand priM with a list of chapter honors won vegetable shipped practically
booth of all and first premium and by the club since It wa organized.This by Florida last year LEGAL NOTICES i may be worn while bathing or
cash for the best FFA. exhibit window I is entitled "leader- The farm shop display Include sleeping (continuously day and

Several of the boy worked till ship"In the tool a farmer need, well-ar In Caniity Mia Cant, Daaa CMwtr.jBlBSTAT night) until .o longer de-
12:30: and 1:30 a. m. for three day front ot the window ranged, and a work-bench built rl.Ia. .. aired.
a circular "b"tUCT |
preparing the exhibit. The main shelf contains 24 different In the school farm shop by Wilbur W. DYCHES D CAUTION-Beware of Imitators

Idea of which Is to show the various vegetables and fruit raised solely and Warren Wood at a cost of $8 NMkTtf ln.ntlM to Make Appliestleal j'' who copy this. notice. Re-
.
Far Final Dhrtiarta member the MEINIIAK-
name
activities of for material
the chapter. F.F.A. of ... flMnr
by Homestead. have
boy NotlM b Kanbr I thai I
DL He has been coming here
The ll,al .....rt and petition for final
The booth his a background of Among finest specimens are some Redland Future Farmer .
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Dlaaharo Admlntalrator at tA..tate regularly for fifteen years. Do
six windows each let back and In wonderful solid green peppers, one are operating a lunch-stand at the at LUCY W. DYCHttS oVrvunl. and that 1
neglect to him the
not on
see
n""Iel! proportion One shows, of the largest 3 U1sh turnip and fair with the assistance. of Mr M. on Uw IS dar of Marc. IMS, I will apply I
to Uu Honorable W t Dlanlon. County above date. No charge for dem
under the title of thrift', the rccnd one of the lirgtst'heads of Chinese Judra of Dad Co Mr. 1'10.ldl. fur approva .. onstration. This visit. Is for
of supervised program and cabbage ever this title Paul ) af Mid final nvort and lor final dlicharm .
Shanklin
designed and
frtn atleC u Administrator 4Lass tha buta of white people only
project. The second window tion Somct to painted the other W. DrehMk dereerd.This .
five window
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Chicago Office, Pure Bldg.
show a fully lighted diamond ball everyone was an odorless. onion and he i* the very able explainerwho 1 II day. el r.b.I....r.". 1916.DYCHE5.. I
field with model size players in which has been originated by Dr. I I. at the booth at all hours C Albert Pallot
a life like-game This window T. C. Shanklin at his to I Attorney for AdmlnktratarFab t
grove corner answer question of visitor ( 14. 81. ..; Mar I, II) WANT ADS PAY
titled recreation". The third win- of Redland road and Palm avenue -
dow shows a chicken house with a near Florida City

beautifully painted backgroundof The booth was created under the
tomatoes and trees under blue direction George N. Wakefield, 1
.k,.. The title -co-operation", adviser of the Homestead Future'I
with a sub-title, "crops and poul- Farmer chapter The lighting was

try". handled by Alvin Simmons, Roy I 1JVE STUDYHYOUR
Window No. 4 depict community Martin Myron and Virgil
service It show a model grove I nell and Harry Brown. oren-I
with a white fire-break dividing Clonlnger made the
the grove from a pine wood A mond ball team and field Lewis I FERTILIZER NEEDS
miniature fire truck complete the Aldrich made the model poultryexhibit. )
keynote of fire protection offered' Tom Moffett designed!I

a* a free sen ice. The background and painted the Number ft window I
U a painted orange grove and : and designed and painted all theMore ,

For eleven years we have been studying the fertilizer

requirements of South Dade County soils with the result 1


that we have constantly improved our formula wherever

I r: possible. When advisable, we have introduced new fertilizer


g y elements.' We promoted the use of Manganese Sul- T


phate, and now we have diversified crops instead of


precariously depending on one crop alone. -

GOOD RoofingFor

When you buy Redland Brand Fertilizers you are


Each Dollar .' getting a product which is the result of careful study bya


local concern whose past, present and future is tied up
\TQUX doHsV wffl bar nora imfingwfacs

.L se vice,IIIaI'e pINIae sadafactioot t, with your community-whose success depends on the success

Inverted tn Cares Rooms And of its customers right in this "neck of the woods". '
you ana man It buy exactly tU roofing 1

Tea i&ould correct to wtlght '

text fa price, bum ut truancy of UM &ex.'I'I 1I

.-Dt7. Let a shca wall Cam"llsioku I


Florida East ,Coast Fertilizer' Co.



rocs MANUFACTURERS


"A Roof (otBrooker Every B lldlng" "" 'Redland Brand FertilizerMANGANESE

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Friday March 6. 1986. THE LEADER DlTERI'R18E Fityr TM" ,
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,"IF WOMAN RUNS FOR Subtropical Experiment Station Aids Harley B. Core SpeakerAt. I Redland Church Gets *rr; 3 1,

B.P.W.C. MeetingThe Woman Evangelist (1 :
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I'V Dade Growers ork Out ProblemsThe 1 <
LEGISTATURE ONVARIEDJ'LANKS t
I Her Harley B. Core lave The Radland Community Church
-- a comprehensive account of the annotate the coming of Min Anna .
: Florida agricultural experiment roe*- was established in 1MO at 1 events that led to the adoptionof MeOhte, an evangellit Just ,
r station have always tried! the urgent request of growers In the comtuution of the United come from China after a tour of .
to follow line of research and the southern part of Dade County. Stater at an open meeting of the the mlsshm arid of the world. t
Investigation which would yield This section i* sufficiently unlike She the United
I Homestead Burins and Prafeeslonal U now touring i '
Mrs. Watson Seeks Election remit of direct value to the II'Ow- any other part of the state in toll; Women Club Friday evening State seeking a thousand new ;
I as Representative er To this policy the Subtropical climate and crop so that workdone In the Future Farmer club- missionaries, tie Rev. M. A. Soper, i '
I Group 8 Experiment Station baa adhered -" elsewhere could not be applied house and showed how the elasticity I pastor. aaldWe 1
during its brief life During to local condition for the 'I of the coMtitution enable caught Miss McOhle with 1
the current year some entirelynew most part. The county cotmnisloners *- this country to make radical i two week free' said Mr. Soper, 4 ,. ,
Mrs. John W. Wat::.n, wife of line of work have been opened of Dade County aided In change without a revolution whena "and we Invite all person Interested .
, Dado County' present state senator because of need which had become the establishment by applying different political party get in the Savior, the Bible or i :
who will not run for reelection apparent. The moet out- I fund for erecting the building : in power Heaven to come out and hear her "
has announced her candidacy standing CM* of this sort I* the and clearing come of the land. '
, for member of the house of representatives Investigation' of potato transit diseases This current year they again came A period of discussion of present ;
' Group 3, subject to which last year for the tint to the help of the station when decreased I' day problems relating to the '
the June Democratic primary. time mound real Importance in date appropriation madeIt constitution followed ,GROVE
that all work with .
Mr Watson who visited the the South Florida section Workon teem likely I /
Dade County Tropical Fair Tuesday tomato disease had program truck doT would have to be i r./I THEATRE
and Wednesday and made several to the point where It could be discontinued the commiMlonersprovided COCONUT OKOVK .
o. call in Homestead aid she In order to allow the! the necessary operating I II Mrs.John W.Watson i I I Show 'f and 0 Admission ISf \ f.
hope especially to be a 'woman new problem of importance to be expenses for continuing this workon : Matinee Sat and San., I0f
and farmer candidate'. Her first attacked a co-operative bail*. I' ,' iltoSp.m.
I husband wa the late D. L. Hart- The Subtropical Experiment I The station ground consist of :
man of Little River, the "straw- Station, situated on Waldln drive -I CO acre of plneland, of which 40 I IF I BUN.-MON-TUES. II
berry king", and after his death, quarter mile west of Redland are cleared and largely planted Herbert Marshall
. Mrs Watson laid she grew strawberries I The remaining OI acre is till In I I
1 and vegetable and "learned tutlonal amendment to provide second growth pine but about five I I Jean Arthur '
the woes of the farmers'She direct election of a lieutenant governor acre of this has been planted with In i
, } laid that It elected she will judge and state attorney forest tree I .+
t work' forRepeal:' At a recent teuton of the legislature The staff of the subtropical station I "If You Could
I bt the Hot machine law: Senator Watson Introduced I consists of Dr. H. S.
I Townsend old age pensions: $12- a bill to exclude Mr*. Watson's horticulturist In charge; wolte'l
000,000 a year for the schools, farm from the city limit of Miami L. Ruehle, associate plant Only Cook" : ,I'
{ abolishment of unnecessary state Mr Watson promises that I ; W. M Fifield" ... pathOI.I'olIt
board and economy In stats payroll the will make no move of this ticulturiat, and Min Antoinette : I
*, reduced coat of legislative kind if ahe i* elected. She also I Moye, stenographer and clerical { WED.-THU.-FRL ;, .". ;
0 sessions; a memorial to congress lay that she will not hold any oth- assistant work with fruits i
1 to place higher tariff on Mexican er state job while she U a memberof I I* in rleTr'X Wolfe, and that : : /J
and Cuban winter vegetable: road the legislature with truck crop, In charf of Mr WILLROGERS tr,
patrols to curb speeding on rural To promote the manufacturingand Fifield, while all problem of 4 'I' 1
highway; greater penalties for canning Industries In Dado plant disease are referred to Dr.Ruehle. .
!/, fruit and produce thieves; firefighting County Mn Watson would exempt His major work at present I ", !
; facilities for rural area such establishments from all
j however 1* potato transit disease s
?. In Dade County; a memorial to license fee and taxation for a *. Visitor are welcome at the I.
congress asking the establishmentof period of five year station at any time, but the small Candidate for II
a large hospital for veteran in Mri Watson who wa born In staff and the great amount of work In Old
the Homestead are: exemption Florida and wa once a school carried on makes It sometime impossible STATE LEGISLATURE Kentucky'i
from state tax of gasoline used teacher, assisted her husband constantly to devote time to showing I::
in farmer tractor and fishermen with his work during the
: I visitors about the grounds I I :
'* boats: application of the last legislative session, when he Group 3 FKL-SAT THIS WEEKWHEELERWOOLSET
gasoline tax to consuls of foreign was, ill most of the time, and she ', !
countries and to state official now lays the experience she gained Restaurant Manager (to waitresses Subject to June Democratic I' In \ '
exempt, providing no more autos I will stand her In good stead If she I' ): "Now girl, I want you : Primary t 1 1I I
for these state officials: defeat of I. sent to Tallahassee ai a representative all to look your beat today The I Paid Polltlril. Ad,.rtl.em.nl. ..f 1 I "The I j
the_sales tax, home rule; a con O- from DadeCounty. beef tough."-Ex. : ,
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Page Four THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday March 6, 1936.


TEELEADER-ENTERFRISI I glllliliH lII11IIlglilllllllllIIIIIiiIIIIIHI! i I man grocery building store on In the ftogler T. T avenue Alder."

FROM OUR MAIL BOX !
Published Friday at Homestead .jl -Booth and Froccher picked! 400

ru., by MM South Dade 20 Years Ago I crate tomatoes last week. The

Publishing Co Says Townsend Aim Not Selfish I i I lathers same ,parties picked in about connection 400 crate with

BEN ARCHERJEditoi Editor Leader-Enterprise: In sincerity may I repeat that more. Price ranged about ".00
II WIIIIIIIIIIII1IlIulIIIII111111IlIilhI1IIi11be less packing house charges"
we Tovnsendttel have forgotten II
be
Then seems to a I"ne..llmp..1oft -
Wagered M accent clan mall at large that Towriaeqd money In anticipation of the good hIIowIae n..w are label v. -"Bird Fitzpatrick: has been
matter March 11. 1(11. at the putt club members arc member because for all we are busily on our way 1 ..... rII.. of a..s ........s I working his engine and plow in
"Jee at Iloaiestea Florida, nndci greedy for to do. And, brother, give us a ......... .4.4".e tae. Is. tats groves west of the Longview
they are personal
the Ml .f Marcia J. 1179. acquirement of a liberal annuity boost; you'll be glad you did it M Ike Mate Flatly .....* schoolhouse. That's the trick"that.
** T. D. PICHZ I I makes Dade County famous.
under th* plan. This la writtento
$l-B. PRICE. $Les A nAB assure our friends and critics President Homestead I Mar. t. 1916"Homestead ..I -"Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Bedd, ot

that the Idea of personal gain Ii Townsend Club No. 1.1 has a certain claimto Aiken, S. C., parent of J. D. Redd
THE: BRIDGE: BUILDER secondary, often entirely absent Homestead Fli. 1 1 mad him a surprise visit this
An old mm, going on a Ion highway I from thought of the members In Feb. V, 1131 I fame a* being the horn of W. week and will probably stay a

the vision they have of a largn J. Kroma the man who built East' mpnth or six weeks "
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Cam at the evening, cold and measure of Justice to all. A hopeto '' Coast R. R. Extension and the -"The home of Prof. Karl D.

gray, be of brotherly service in the Jingling SawsBy I' man who has been the leader In Bruner and wife was the scene ota
To chum vast and deep and world buried In the of Wed-
a deep year ; Ana de Hayhew Fltapatrkk the citrus canker fight and I* pretty six o'clock wedding,
wide toll and struggle disappointments, nesday, March 1, when Bertha
The old man crowed In the twilight reverse and sorrow flames again now a member of the State Plant May Hastings of Pittsburgh Pa..
dim aa in their day of youth when Let's fill our beakers to the brink. Board . The East Coast R. R. and Francis Edward Patterson
The sullen stream hid no tear for I they see In the Townsend plan No klddln', donated much money to the canker of North Dakota became man and
him; their chance to rekindle hope relieve And gorge ourselves on food and fight, but the most valuable wife. .
But he turned when tote on the anxiety and establish security drink.
I donation it did make, or could "Mrs. R. R Fitzpatrick entertained -
other aids for those looking backwardto No klddln'.
make, was the services of W. J. at a beautifully appointed ,
And built a bridge to span the the day of their strength and Let's toss our hats up to the sky Krome." luncheon Friday in honor of Mr*.
tide. forward Into the tragic valley oimisery And laugh and Shout, hot pine and of buff Robert Nellson ot Chicago, who
So F. Matthew
pen
And the old sigh.
and
neglect
"Old man." Mid fellow-pilgrim orplngtons took first prize at the la the attractive house guest otMr
a
noble hop flames again when Today we live, tomorrow die. I
W. K. Walton.
fair in Miami last week. Therewere I *
near, they see their chance to help to No klddln'. J
"You are waiting your strength disinherited four other exhibit of the -"Mrs. H. R. PrIdgen and son.
provide place for the
with building here; I(I youth of our day. As they view Well Supplied same kind which proves the: Henry, Jr., were pleasant" callers .1'
Your Journey will end with the Homestead exhibit must have had in Redland Friday.
the limitless capacity of labor using Teacher after a lesson the
on
ending day, modem Industrial machineryto 'som class." "Mrs. Wm. Turner and daught

You never again will pan this I supply the needs of life, a demand prominent the members men of of her the class day, asked Individually -"Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Brookerare ter Mr*. May, of Baltimore, Md., f
way; for abundance sings; It thunders being congratulated by all left Thursday for their home after
which of the she
You've crossed the Chum deep and reverberates In their persons their friends on the fact that the a pleasant visit with Mr*. Turner' t
had mentioned they would like to
and wide, I twin took first at the Miami son and family."
In prize
souls. No, there la no greed the
see. Some laid the prime minister -
Why build you this bridge at evenIng fair last week."
Townsend heart at
beating gladly
tide?" and so on, but one small boy j
the open door of a new age where shouted : "Please miss, I'd rathersee -"Ceo. H. Althouse hat bought Ahem '
The builder lifted his old gray underprivileged and want and my father's boss!" five acres of glade land near wherehe "Yes, the missile struck my
head- poverty shall not breed and festerIn 1 Teacher: "Why?" I now has his garden and J. W. head," said Albert, "and then went
"Good friend In the path I have a land of potential plenty. I Boy: "Because, teacher father Conner has the contract to build "
come," he laid, Without fortune and without says he has over two hundred 1 thereon a cottage 14x24 with an careening off into space.. J
"Thi-re followeth after me today miraculous gift but by the simple I hands."-.Whitley (Eng) Weekly 1 8x20 porch "Hm-m replied friend Alice. 1
Irresistible power of cooperstivedemand I Record. -"F. M. Pacetti has opened a "Did they get ,It out'"-Ex.
for enactment of their ._ _
A youth whose feet must pan this
plan the Townsend,,millions know

This way.naught chasm to that me, has been aa they gladden can more wipe' away fafyTiearts.more tears and, -FLORIDA I .JIlitJ kIVa.S'.1.-a I ... _s!hKNh# i pfNJ m

heal more hunjptMh all haphazard -
To that liltr.halfidlth
may a
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Pitfall be; I bllUonmffikphUanthroptiv. ; 't a
charlt (%> the victims
measuring |
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i 0. must cross In the twilight _
rtlmGoo1 -- : of a rotten economic system long 1AV
i I obsolete sand already breaking
lend, I am building this
bridge for him! I over tbtjA'ety heads of those who
Selected I'I are tiffing heaven and earth to 1
stem tie progress of the legions;
heading for certain victory ;
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COMEDY OF THE WAR
I Opportunity make the m n. "
Following are alleged excerpts Napoleon was product of his
from loiters received by the War : age. The hop*,and the thought of
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Risk insurance Board during. the America was ripe. Df'Townsend I t
World War: i,11t the lamp and led the way for

"I I uln't got no book lamln', and many because condition had
hope I am writing for InHamatlon I made them ready to be led. Townsend -
Is a product of this age He j
did not change the trend of AmiM
'ihc I In laying at a dissipated
house i lean thought but he did providea >
vehicle through which the national -
"I have a four months baby end mind might express itself

he. is m)' only aupport" I "And the heathen rage" becausethe '

A lone woman and panely dependent I common man seeks to assert
,' his right of self-determination

"I \\d' discharged from the army November Isn't far away and the !
for goitre, and went horn enIt" 1 Intervening time I II pregnant with ,
issue and event which will gall and

"'I need nil help to keep me enclosed quicken the Mind and heart of J
those who love the fight for liberty -
: -I and truth. Throughout all /
"I am left with a child 1 monthsold '' time In every contest for human Jj a
the ii a gIrl and cant work."
tights an intangible power, a spiritual -
"11* Is in the service of the U. 'I seal has fortified and sustained

S. Armory." i those waging war against 01=1 6i s+ 'I'II

"He wa my beat supporter." ,I apparently unbeatable foes and I touVo r.,
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You ask for allotment number invariably they won over entrenched .
--I have 4 boys and 3 girls." I privilege and money.

"t am writing In the ymca with And we will win. I .1

the piano playing In my uniform."
Both sides of our parent are _."_'_ ........n.....'''....''''...,..
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old and poor TIDBITS

Please send me a wlfea uni- Bf Hollister Bate I Id"

form e ....use.."....."..............
"We have your letter. I amble ;;;grand ;; stats of Florida I

groi,(imother It his grandfather It sponsoring many bright and successful ;
he was kept and bred up in this moves to l duce Immigration i j jrr'Knr'
how according to your instructions and settlement upon our mil
." I lions of acre of unimproved land

"You have changed my little' One more may be added to the I I OHJ.Ou-mO 'fC t\t
girl to boy, will that make any' list In imitation of Soviet Ruula j, C.VA >va' eu" Htlrl ettuatt5s>Gt OF'!
difference" ,: Russia recognizes that the Jewish I 9elPD 'PAR: 60-IKtI'thOUt:.:o: """- I

"You have taken my man away' (Hebrew) race i* thrifty, Indus- '

to fight and he was the best fight so trious Russia temperate has allocated and pr The period between 1771-1777, during the the province of Georgia. From south of Nsw'
er f ever had." English regime, we* an era ef
prosperity thro1l.hBmlna the road was extended several mile ,
sere of land and Invited eperoue.l I I
"1.fJbol baa been put In charge, whom Germany unwisely out the present territory ef Vjlusla County and the Hillsboreuch River to a point about where!, I
of a spittoon (platoon) will I get, ing out to "come and specially In tho colony ef Andrew TnrnbulL Its the Himlovw Canal is BOW located. 1

any more pay now?" I ..m..t home" with the promise wealth and population was not equaled again for It U from its fighting disposition among 18 1

"M)' son I* In the 138th Inf. that when 19.000 have settled nearly 100 years. It was about this period that Pouts that the KING SNAKE las acquired its

Please tell me If he Is living or there. this area will be called Biro- the KINGS HIGHWAY'' built by the settler. popular nam. Such poisonous snakes aa the

dead" and U so what his address!i Bidjan and admitted to the Soviet It ran from New Smyrna Inland on *3 ahaoet Copperhead Ground Rattlesnako, and the larger

la. l Lilian. westerly rout, a few mile northwesterly parallel Rattlesnakes. to whose venom the King Snake i* j
"My mother i* dead on both; According: to the official figures' to the coast line crossing Spruce Creek and entirely unue, at* frequently killed and eaten ',
of James O. McDonald, League of
Idea. the Tomoka River on good bridges to few mile
I a The King Snake will snake that hap-
engage any
"I writing to ask why I never nations high commissioner for
am
oath tf St. Augustine, whet It carved twrihtons
received elopement" I I German refuge, Palestine has to cress Its path. During* duel to the
my
easterly Into the .It There. It aortlitfard S
"Pleas tot me know It John has already absorbed 16.000 of thesevorthy ) ran death Its adversary can make but little resistance
lilt In application for wife and]i people and Franc 13,000 crossing the It. Johns at Cow Ford new Jacksonwhep encircled by the strong constricting toll *f

)child. .. jl I now i J JI .U1*. and en to the 't' Mary's River Ulm J!,.:: t > taaalbaliatl serpent-

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f Friday March 6. 1986. THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Pare FJ.e .


1 W. D.- Home \Wins' puaml Ed ion\ gym at Miami,today 8 Case Heard and 3 plato{ wfclclj M pawned to Harold "My..wtfa aslled.for.the5We t

R and tomorrow. 'I Continued to Tonight! McKay, also colored.Swcetini Indies this momihf"JamalraT" ." d !
Title Homestead will play Dunla at WM bound over to fl
City League 410 this afternoon. If Redland Eight case-ww* disposed of the Dad Aunty Juvenile court "No; the wanted to 10 hrsrlL"

With 31-30 Victory wins from Fisher n will play Pa- and three continued to tonight by under $200 bond. -Ex. 1
BfikeA at T p. m. Pahokea ad- Mayor Charles T. Harper In etty 1 4
vahced to the second round by court Monday night

Neck-and-NeckJ Scoring: Stuart not entering Sport Heard, oharged with disorderly EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING
Providing It can get past the
conduct, was given a sentence -
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(Features All 3 Gamesof
first barrier Homestead will play I of SS or five days In Jail. HOMESTEAD\ ELECTRICAL SHOP I
Play-off I the winner of the Delray Beach-
The following who were charged I M D. ..\0088&1I'rop.. '
: ---- I West Palm Beach came at 1030: with being drunk, forfeited $) ;
j W. D. Horn Co. won the championship p m.NEWTANjDEFOR. I bonds: Wallace Carpenter, Marvin 10 N. P-"aM Avenue Phone .Ur{ 'i

of the City Basketball Delllnger, Jerry Flynn, Frank
League hut night, Donnelly Roy. Dixon C. B. Black
Brooker Lumber Co? deteetin'j and Fred Nobles.

hard-fought, nlp-and-tuck game Wm. Goldstein of Miami, charged -
in the Homestead school gym OLDEST STOVE IS with selling merchandise on Deming Pumps and Water Systems

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Brooker led at the end of the Sunday and John P. Neatsey.
first quarter, 15/ .10 and was ahead F.P.ANDLOFFERFlorida charged with operating an auto- Slip Joint Irrigation Pipe
j 22-20 at the end of the first half. mobile under the Influence of
: Home pulled up on even terms I liquor released on $90 bond each, Kerosene [Driven Irrigation Pumps
28-28 will be tried tonight Jess Tower -
at the end of the third quarter City Redland and
and with two baskets In quick negro charged with disorderly Aermotor WindmillsCall
succession I got a lead which Brooker Tavernier Areas Eli- I conduct... will also be tried tonight I

could not overcome. Both gible for "Hunt"Never -
Negro Confesses phone or write for prices !
1 teams missed numerous foul shots Boy my ;
throughout the game I since the days of Aladdin I Entering Burton Home
J Edw Brooker I and his wonderful lamp, has such
was high scorer
't for hit team with I points and i an offer been made a* the Florida i In a hearing before Justice of R. H. MAGRUDERFactory
hoed was second with eight. Bradley I Power &: Light Co. is now making I the Peace Sid L. Kendrick Daniel J

l and Campbell led the Home according to Roy Chandler, local Sweating, It-year-old negro, Agent i
coring with eight points each agent pleaded guilty to entering without ,
la the first game of the play. "And It Is not merely exchanging : breaking the home of Joe L Bur Phone Bayvicw 521 31J1: Main Highway : ''
j off, Saturday night, Brooker won new lamps for old." says Mr.Chandler. ton, N. Krome avenue and Eighth
_ 42-17, The score was 30-80 at :That: Is Indeed an aged street on Feb. 28 and stealing a I Coconut Grove
the end of the third Quarter d I "UB"m. Tf0yup-to-crate version
Remained neck and neck until the Is to give new electric ranges and LEGAL NOTICES

G. last three minutes of play when IKS: Better Sight Lamps for old ..
I" the Circuit Court of the Eleventh J
Brooker pulled away. Bradleywas stoves Thirty ranges and sixty dltul <' .- h. und got Du. tounlrrtorMO rM NOT TAKING d
lamps are offered to the winners hi OuuworrBKATfUCR ,
high with IB
score man, points
:Heed and Elmer Sullivan chalked of the "oldest stove hunt' now being LEONARD L WRINRKHO WriNRFRO; DrfMtont PUIrUITn CHANCES ISWe

", tip 12 each Hammings, substitute conducted in the company s RILL Order FOR fw rokllmtlonIt DIVORCE YEAR- I'M CanyA \, '
30 districts Customers
t in Florida
Home guard, garnered 11. upponrlnir from M .IIld..lt filed lathe
Wednesday defeated I City, Redland and Tavernier areas show milled MUM that UM .f...4- STARTING MY ;
night Horne
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ant. L..nard Wttatoni. k noMrnt at
are eligible to the Florida a a .
Brooker 45-35 to the i rate mime thus CompleteSTARTENA I
even trunIn or UMintr MM sate of CHICKS ON
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cries at one-all Bradley piled City r To enter mat that UK ranldonM of UK MM
tip 21 point while Ovid Sullivan the contest free entry blanks are known drfondint.la plaintiff M p.rtl..rlpho! Bcatrkv L wmntonrto roe to. !
led the Brooker scoring with 14 furnished, which require only the surd Floor Baltimore Tn rt Company .1'
r name and address of the contestant BulletinIn ,... City of Baltimore state Line of f
and Brooker
points was next with and that add
13. and the age of the stove" W.ryIt.. Is over &he"- oftaanyaf
The customer using the oldest roam and (hot* la no parnonI
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UM Sate of Florida upon whom Mr>
stove in the district will win a of ftrocoM would M bindles upon MMdefendant.
Business Men Donate brand new electric range. Second PURINAFEEDS \
It to horofon ardorW that UM MM dandant )
20-inch League Trophy prize Is an 1KB: floor lamp; and (. Leonard WrlnbCTW. to hereby rtaolrvd
third prlx Is an I.E.5. table lamp. M appoar In Uila MMM se or bed
1 fort UM ate day ., April. A. D. IH4krln .
A 2o.Uver trophy to be.Iv.n Mr. Chadler aid yesterday that > a rule day of this 1* amwarUM
tiMrfWlnner of aluwatloiM of UM f.i.. o? MMplnlal f
the City coupons are coming In fast He korftoforo filed la Uito unuaa ....... t
League Basketball championship stated that free entry coupons and wise the .1..Ion. .oelsln.d therein
has been made possible through deposit boxes can be obtained at shall be d..a.d and EMS w wratca..... I
U to further ordered. that this order
the contributions of the Dixie Drugstore Florida Power It Light Co.'s showrooms (n published hi DM L drr.!....tupr...*.
Burton Department store He requested all contest- a MwnpAiMf of general. tlroNlntMn nubIUh -
d In Dad. County,
Brown's Pharmacy and Lawrence ante to turn In their coupons immediately DONE and ORDKREI t'MI."t.otIo
Bros. Ine as the hunt ends on Cuuntr Florida this Mk day of ... '
A. D. IBM
Each member and the managerof March 14. A coupon may be R B LKATHmMAN. COck 4
the winning team will receive clipped from the Florida Power &: the Circuit Court lit r .h.j'
CUrk.ciRrurr THE KILGORE
I miniature gold basketball Light Co. ad which appear In today \ m'ri'A"I.
'I Issue of the Leader-Enterprise Clifton 0 iMMon B, Carry.rnry. ;
Alt. for I l.inlllTM.r I
High School Tourney 1 nil en it: Apr. II) I

Opens in Miami Today SEED O.HOMESTEAD .


Redland High School basketball Green: : Lantern: RfS':

team will play the Ida M. ADJOINING HOTEL REDLAVD'luran'l SCHICK Phone 63
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Fisher School of Miami
High Western -
T-Bon Sink Dinner lOG
Beach at f a. m this morning In Regular Dinner aDo Vegetable FLA.

the Eighth District Basketball All Kinds .f Home-mad
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Pace Six THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, March 6, 1936. ."

'". Three Services to Mark West wa chosen also by the

CHURCH NOTICESFIRST I of RevivalThree Bt..son University nrinliteriai twisodatloo '
Closing Day
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I Homestead High School News BAPTIST CHURCH cttwcti trrtce and hour a ference the Baptist at the World Southern Minion BupMd Ce

Mar. 9 Moraine sermon bket dinner at the noon
A. M. Vivien ef an announced for Sunday, the I Theological Seminary, LoulsvlUsv
By LEOLA LITTLE br the Rev. Ky., March .0 to 1*

.,......................... ..."......".................. the rhPkMMphh Methodist closing day of the revival which
the Rev. I. D. Whitworth la con- I
Conference evening sermon I
Tuesday I heinltd .tool pupil wen get plan and Income, rate of Increase ;
the"Stiver Palm Methodist -
"lekodueing .... te ChrtM dusting I
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1 1 u'duck to attend and decrease, and marginnroftt. Church. The service will be ;

1' .. for ,1 I Ii;, II nd which bin mill The trigonometry clue held at 11 o'clock 3 and 7;49. I IIE IP
I n the Ii., i n, t i I"e 1 l.lt I/ both itr ii. ."""I nil logarithms Constance CHRISTIAN ICIINCECIWKC8 "Deep interest has been chown

I rise. o..ui, ,ml out of UiiU s. hear and Clifford Ward had In the services said the Rev H
h of Mr! Lucas" home room Mar g LiisaOB sermentople
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O Cowan, pastor or the church,
I sod List Monday. Catherine : "Man".
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"and no doubt Sunday will! be the ]
J..1 Ii .md Wilbur Lee have charge Mar. IS-Tree lecture by
I hi. I i.Ihl.: I riMn will, f nil best day Everyone is invited to
,f i IIH' program today. Pa.t-8Urk Seelry, C. S. a. InHeaaedead I I
r > l week Tit 'interclass coca no- wheel a. tortum share with the congregation the
n ,nt fitJ,<- ninth, tenth, eleventh, floe fellowship and spiritual up-
t Ifth gr,ul..i will be held next< Miss Hayden'i seventh grade at Silt p. H. lift which the day a sure to

\' u'k, beginning Tuesday and endIng English claw is studying ballad bring.: "
Fiid y. The senior are dated while the eighth grade Is steadying -i' ST. JOIIVS CIIURCHHoly

t? win due to the fact that wvi poems. Etioharlat I. I d a". fi1General
i of the boys art on the regu- Mar. .. at I a. m-| Tuesday, Allen West Elected

lir team These game should The library has thirty new book Mar. 10 at T a. m. Friday, Campus Union Head .

prove to be very Interesting. Members of which the school Is very proud. Mar. 11. at J a. m
of the winning team will be This wa made possible by the P,- Mar. 11 Lenten study DeLand Mar S--Allen West of
given, diver basketball .* their T. A. sale of tags on election day clan at I:3' p. m. Homestead, senior at Stetson University Public Utilities
n'ward. The gift was made poa.jl Mar. 1J-Litany and ad. I has been elected to the
>. >le by Joe Burton, E. L. Law- dress at 8 p. m. presidency of the campus Baptist I Homestead Phone loa-ltl
There will be raise
citizenship
a
i nee, n. B. Brown and the Dixie Student Union.
for book reports given, fiction or fA.
Drug. The tournament will be an CARD OF THANKSWe '
non-fiction, which do not conflict!
elimination, tournament team wish to express our heartfelt
with the English: There
must be defeated twice before it reports thanks to those who have
will also be raises for original
i disqualified. The tournament porters shown such true friendship for us
,
i I t the .lower grades to far la ai la our hour of need. We also White linen Suitsthat

o 1" \s the eighth grade defeatedi wish to ..,...* appreciation for
i nth grade and the ninth Jos Byrum and Archie Dodaon the beautiful flowers that were
'le defeated the eighth grade. have been absent several days sent

i high sUiriol) tournament win with tbeIoIJDPI.. LILLIAN BYROM

i ,lined' Mils week-end. Home- AND FAMILY.

I l p'"i ,i Itnn.,i Friday at 4:10 Mr*. Field's root had It* regular -

i :Mi.uni JMuon. gym. temperance program yester I Mia Dorsey's and Miss WH-

day. Vile Booth, who took I I I llam's classed are studying money have

"I I 'iv thi ('o.che will meet to course la the Methodist LeagueAssembly -how to count and exrhanje-.,
d i it,' which they will now tart in Dejrey Beach wa I MIN Williams' class la studying
,i ,'lilt diamond ball or baseball in charge. Those participating In letter wrltmg. Hilda Doddon hm
the program were Orpha Lee I' been absent several days with the every-
Sowell Cecelia BonnieMyers
Harper
Mr Hlcl i'i sanitation class If mump
France Lott and Dorothy
6 cunning nicotine And alcoholTie
thing !
Home. The next program will be
Miss third grade pupil
I Eugene Scherr who Ray'
presented by
useful science clan U studyIng are to begin their new reading
will cell onr-the boys. This room
lever and their uses M a book this week while the fourth
wekwmaj W JJe. Mae Martin who
nld'hlne. grade pupil will start using pen
and It
has had Uiattnuipp* hopes
and Ink. They have completedIn >FlY
that Billy RaaBta wtll be over the
The biology class U studying geography the study of Arabia >
The tomnurtf.Pierre ,
finest, their value and demand. mump soon. and have made poster IllustratIng -
McDanlel 1* hailing for

The chemistry class 1 Is studying >class due. their study. I

inti" wen and Its compounds In 4l Mr Edwards' class welcomes
*
The sixth grade health class Is I
11 1.i itihlng An example of this work collecting money to buy a micro pupil In the class are out with
IK on exhibit In the school booth. scope. Peggy King and Dorothy
and flu.
The pupils are also experimenting Moon are >out of school. Mr*. the mump
Webb' room has $6.60 in the clouts
Kith the properties of sulphuric
Mia Jackson ha 11 out of
treasury which will be spent on I
add
school with the flu and mumps.There .
library books. Teresa Redd has t
to blue bird border
new
a
The general science: das U the flu. Mrs. Wynn's home room above the blackboard In this room.
studying airplanes and dirigibles.Mr. has Florida canal and travel booklets -
on the bulletin board.
The kindergarten discussed the
Blackburn baa been 111 this fait Wednesday< week, and Mrs. J. R. Rutland has I Mrs. rifleld'a clan I* studying a new pupil, Elene Strickland. Last

substituted for him Norway and Sweden and making week the children had their pictures e
free hand drawing to illustrate taken with their knight's
Mr. Lucas' algebra II claw Is different scenes they have read lists on.
studying the different curves. The I about Clarice Dodson la out with

seventh grade Is studying the bud the mump. READ THE: WANT ADS

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teuoly dub' grap rutt > HMMMctatton. the am.. agile ........ Ie ales In I I, are y.w UW tree acR t
[HARPER POLICE.PPOINTEENOT: et andhadaa WWHo dale at I A nd "do "await :ow W Ms .... OnsiMMtUl booths Include provkW.4IS ..,.,.,....
the fair. PaId admimemes were I I thai ol ttw MK Fertilizer I ICD. noon and sl..hit V't1M tl'irut M"-'
between 2. 00 and ,000-..end the, The Homeatead Norg Step tad I I taps .....,., plat imludeta
delegation Of veterans and homemahen ..1 Ita Miami .......ta. Claytota: BaV- to lilt,tent opsnU$ lob the mid clown te, o4e, 1eR that
I had paaea. yesterday I tory and C&giiMering haw a way are MM tractor and automobile -I' hinders his Owlty nog III the
)K'D BY COUNCILContinued II was All States Society Day, Coun- booth In which the :ttollator dlaplays Lawrence Bii><>., I;11ell.t, TM m14aty 81'04111"1\ \-
I i I ty Home Demonstration Day, and mechanism la featured In a glasscase Inc has a Chrysler-Plymouth\ 1)1-1; I selves. fUJ'lU"'V by the Kytn.r;
( From Page One) I Tlurt'-Sco *-and-Ten-Day. :! where all may ate how It I I I hibit The Boy Scout first aid Greater 511tc'ntlll), MteiO pri,-
I, While the fruit on display works The Co has n booth where Scoutmaster Kocst- ulna treu"-" dirt Wctc With tine
''IIIl..nly ,, booth UIIbYo W I>, I Itipley odohterlijtA, I I pi fh" \\an i't's
or hy experience for the Job and shows marks of wind arranged Cash line and members of hU Homestead :'
that It would not be fun to place nhippuii, from the storm of List Sunoco distributor fur South Dade troop are on duty to render: Flin
him in '..udlI position The mayor :November, the committee were ', In the tent dlrccuv behind the 'I laid in emergencies, in it the I midway -II | -----
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mi< unctS that he would make 1 1 bit I to gather together an unbe-'i first one ore the 4-H, home dimunstrution I'I'i I opening The WPA statenursing arV ,
..DO further recommendations but )u'\i.',ihly Rood supply and variety fancy work school and ,I service has a booth m thl, Eva Elaine S.tUv.n
would leave it to the council to The vigctabU' illnpUiya! are kcel- I I manual training' I The tent. :
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JIIIlke tin appointment lentAs 'I :tansy work and antique:.bd"I'" I I Tho poultry tent W on the en,' I Teacher 0.1 Wa9nofortr
the visitor! enters the main meet has among other bide of the m.iiu tntiimre tint S
First und second loadings wen Inwl'5I1n'l i BI.IN1\I A iPSCA1.Trr:
i',given an ordinance,prohibiting the : lent Mrs. Seymour Dane's commercial ,, articles a homespun F Matthew l is In charge of thl.1!
'or I display of boxed fruit effectively yean old exhibited by Mm Ceo I II department I 101 N. So idol Ara' 00etwMi
sale of liquor, beer wine to'minors I
arranged und decorated, W Turner, Jr.. another coverlet '
F prohibiting the employment I Both visitors and home folk I
of minors In any place where greets his eye. On hia left he I 106 yean old belonging to J. E.
I the Redland I and candle snuffer
aeei Community McCauley; a
i'liquor beer or wine li told or
booth and on his right the display which has been in the family of
[,served, prohibiting the jelling THE REDLAND CAFE
of cryatalllaed fruits from Mr*. I I Grant Mahan for 70 years.In .
serving or giving on Sunday of
'. 'Cina Stewart'a Redland Tropical'I this second tent arc the mar- SIRS A. NABORS, read :
liquor, wine or beer In any place 11
Candy Kitchen. The Silver Palm velous four
vegetable dtoplayt-
Whore It I.llOld. The penalty for AStDINAgVEGETABLE
-'Violation is 8 fine not exceeding Citrus Growers Association baa I I stands of them arranged by .1KpA1T 'h .t
1250 or 60 days in the city jail. a complete and well balanced exhibit George Cooper and a variety fruit PLATE LUNCH WITH DESSERT ASO ptIS U/ l lH lS le
'Each the offence of citrus fruit and canned I display arranged by W. M. Brodie. ...... j
day U continued -- -
and each sale or gift will be con- j
,i ildered a separate violation, according -
to the ordinance .

". Councilman 3 O Wynn, J. L
Burton mid Henry Brooker, Jr.,
were appointed a committee to investigate !
the possibility of procuring 1
f place for women prlaonW -
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W M. Sydow, public service director -
for the city of Miami, was
',designated aupervklng, engineer
It for PWA projects for the city ofHomestead.
Councilman Frank S
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Rue: and Water Plant Superintendent -
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Gordon Ivey were ap-
; pointed to check over the waterworks
system and determine the
amount of work to be done on the
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PWA project for repair of the sys
tem.
Council President Tom Harris
i'j; appointed an airport committee
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\ composed of B W Morris, Mr
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housing the exhibits, however and
got In 8 lot of friendly handshaking -
and chatting that many believe -
did ai much If not more I
good, that their speechifying would
have done.
Wednesday was a big day. Veterans -
( organization throughout the
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P.-T. A. EXPRESSES APPRECIATION --- MRS. GWENDOLYN MOORE IS ELECTED

FOR WORK DONE ON NEW PLAYGROUND Tb CalendarMar. PRESIDENT OF JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB


After Principal L. B. Somroer- men, Mrs E. J. Dyal the president 6 Baptist week of prayer, Mrs. Gwendolyn Moor wa Mr*. Burley Dandy, auditor.
had reported that the county road I Mrs. Ben Archer and Mrs.J. observance with *n day meeting. elected president Of the Junior Six new member were voted
Mar. 1-0. E. S. meeting in 1.1
Tom Vann were placed on the
has completed the Into the club.
1 department 0. O. F hall. Woman' Club of Homestead It a They are Miss
grading, dragging an/i rolling of committee. to InveetJa.tebe titu- Payne, MiN Katherine
Murphy
atlon. Mar. B-Legion Auxiliary: cov- meeting held Monday night at the
the five-acre tract N,. W. See- Miss Lucille '
on
Chapman, Mr* J. S.
ered dish luncheon for
auxiliary'sstate home of Miss Eloise Mrs.
end avenue and Sixth street which Bills of $3111 for new books at 12 o'clock. Bradley Horton, Mrs Bruce Ennis and Mrs.
\ wa recently acquired for a school for the high school library $5.30 president Mary Terrell Dickinson was elected J. B. Sparknum.
Mar. 10-Election of officer of
playground, the Homestead P.T.A. for paper towel for both grammarand Woman' Club of Homestead.Mar. sponsor of the junior club from Present were: Mr*. Buchanan,
executive committee yesterday elementary school were ordered lo-Te.chert' Bridge Club I the Woman1 Club of Homtate.eI.I Mr*. Dandy, Mr*. L. Danny,
voted to send a letter Of thank i paid.Members. meeting at Frank Webb home. I Other officer elected wereMlM: i Mr Herbert Turner, M':*. Oxford,
to County Commissioner IL L.'i were reminded that Mar. 11-W. M. U. meeting la Elinor Payne, first vice-president; Mr*. W. a Cave, Jr., Miss Has WI
t Cook and J. H. Webster, superintendent no one can vote in 'the coming .Baptist Church at 3 p. m. Mill Ellen Huff second vlce-pres- Kllllnger, Miss Thelrna Turner,
of roads and bridges, for election unless he ha registeredand Mar. Presbyterian Auxiliary Ident: Mrt. H. T. Oxford, recordIng Miss Huff, Miss Payne, Miss Whit-
the generous assistance they have paid his 1934 and 1935 poll meeting at Harris home in Silver secretary; Mrs. E.: A. Buchanan aker, Mines Eloise' and Mary
given. i tax, and that the registration books Palm at 2:30. corresponding secretary; Miss Bradley, Miss Grace Hobson, Min
: The committee decided, also, to for the Homestead precinct are Mar. 11-.Florida City P.-T. A. Pearl Whitaker, treasurer; and Chapman and Min Inet Branch.
1 see that Bermuda grams 1* plant- I now in the Chamber of Commerce election of officer

ed on the new playground Bermuda building I Mar. 12 Girl Scout benefit WOMAN'S CLUB TO DEAl and Dr. Frank Hauiman won the
sod turned under duringthe Mrs Vann, cafeteria chairman, COUNTY
I musical tea at A F. Arthur homeat PRESIDENT high core prize
grading process does not 1 reported the purchase of 50 plates Mr. Oliver Sollitt
1 produce ; 3p.m. president of Present were: Mr. and Mr*. E. H.
sufficient cover. Mr. Som- for the cafeteria. I Mar. 12 Woodmen' Circle the Dade County Federation of Hiner, Mr. and Mr*. J. H. Webster,
meeting I. O. O. F. hall. Women' Club, will speak at tho Mr. and Mr*. H. E.: Schaff, Mr and
) MRS. EICIIENBEIOCR that had been baked by her granddaughter Mar. 12 Woman' Club of meeting of the Woman' Club of Mrs. Lee H. Lehman, Mr. and Mr*.
; RE-ELECTED P.-T. A. HEAD Miss Nelllemae Martin. Homestead study: class meeting Homestead Tuesday afternoon at P. B. Bird, Mr. and Mr*. Parman,
j Mr*. C. I:. Elchenberger was reelected ; The following reading were with Mill Jennie Lobdell at 3 p. 2:30: o'clock. The election of officers Dr. and Mrs. Hausman, Mr*. 11:.
president of the Redland I given "We or They" by Mrs. m. of the club will be held also. A. Ames and Buckner Beasley
i Parent-Teacher Association at I Florence Paoettl guardian; "Life i Mar. 13-Card party given by ,
/ meeting held in the school auditorium I* a Place of Service" by Mrs. the Sacred Heart Society In Its CLUB HOLDS TWO-DAY SUB-DEB CLUB
1 Monday evening Mr*. I.i Louise Everett; "Happiness" by I clubroom at 8 p. m. I CANNING MEETINGA HAS NEW MEMBER
M. Bond 1* vice-president) Mr Mri. Alice Walter; and "Walk ,, Mar. .18 Legion Auxiliary' two-day canning meeting was Nina Pearl Bush wa made I'
Wesley\ Campbell treasurer; and Around Yourself' by Mr Ruth benefit bridge In Legion hall. held by member of the Homestead member of the Sub-Deb Club at
j Mr*. W. H. Russell secretary.Mrs. Godwin. Mr*. Coker spoke on the Mar. -R. H. S. Junior play, i Home Demonstration Club In i I meeting held at the home of
j D. E Bsshor wa mad cafeteria order' home for the children and "Solo Flight"Mar. the club' room :In the Neva King Bobbie Summerlin Wednesday
} chairman. the aged in Texas, and read a 29-Dorcas clan meeting Cooper School Thursday and FrI- evening. Betty Bowen wa elected -
I A rather1 Night program will letter from a boy In the home.A with Mrs. E. L. Lawrence at 3! day of last week. Miss Pansy Norton treasurer.
be given Apr. 6. Mrs. Elchenberger handkerchief shower for Mr*. county home demonstrationagent Those present were: Iva Dyal
announced. Mr*. C. N. Walker Walter was e feature of the af OIRf SCOUTS TO SPONSOR and Mr. Mary Carlson and i Betty Bowen, Helen West, Hen
Will be the speaker.Announcement 'ternoon. Prizes In a contest were MUSICAL TEA ON MARCH 13 I Mr, Brown, her assistants, directed riette Hartman, Virginia Frick and
was made, also, won by Mrs. Walter and Mrs In celebration of National Girl the canning of both vegetable the hostess,
of I musical program to be given Everett. Scout Weekthe Homestead Girl and fruit
lOOn for the school library fund. Cake and coffee were served by Scout are sponsoring a musical Wednesday of last week at a W. M. V. CIRCLE HOLDS
Mr. Sarah Martin and Mr*. Ruth I tee which will be given, at 3 work meeting the club member ITS MARCH MEETING
AUXILIARY TO ORGANIZE Keen. Present beside those men o'clock Thursday at the home of made hand bag of Impair clip. Circle One of the Women' Missionary -
YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETYThe tioned were: Mrs. Esther Lambert, Mr*. A. F. Arthur on Redland road Present were) Mr R. E Edwards Union of the First Bap*
member of the Woman' Mrs. Add Young and Mr*. Virginia and Avooado drive. Mrs. H. S. Mr*. A. D. Smith, Mr*. tilt Church which met at the home
Auxiliary of the Presbyterian Robinson. Wolf la arranging the program, Harry Wolfe, Mrs. 8. A. King, Mrs. of Mr. C. X. Saunders Wednesday
Church will make plant for organizing The next meeting will be held and Mrs. J. S. Horton will have Hollister Sage and Mr*. R. L. I afternoon studied the W. M. U.
a young people' society Mar. 12 In the I. 0. O F hall. charge of the refreshment Hobson year book under the leadership of
when they meet Wednesday atE Local Woodmen' Circle members The date of the tea, Mar. 12, i Mr*. Frank Irwln. The meetingwas
the Harris home In Sliver Palm. have been Invited to attenda Mas. ARTHUR TO SERVE i opened with prayer by Mrs.
1* the twenty-fourth anniversary
The meeting U held on Wednesdayto district meeting In carpenter' Girl SUPPER TO MEN'S CLUB i M. M. Bigger and closed with
I of the Scout movement.
avoid conflict with the Girl hall, Fort Lauderdale Friday, Mr*. A. F. Arthur of the Presbyterian I prayer by Mrs. O. A. West
: Scout musical tea on Thursday Mar. 13, at 2 p. m. Dinner will The Homestead scouts will begin Woman' Auxiliary will Present were: Mrs. Jennie
the regular meeting day of the be served at the usual price. a cookie ale Monday to raise serve a'(upper to the member of Smith, Mr*. C. R. Blggers Mr*.
auxiliary. money to pay the expense of a the Presbyterian Men's Club at her Irwin, Mr*. M. M. Bigger, Mr*. A.
Decision to start the young MISSIONARY SOCIETY representative member of the home at 7 o'clock tonight. She will i E. Smith,, Mr*. Earl Cravey, Mrs.
eople'a society wa made at a MEETS WITH MRS. PROTHERO troop at one of the annual summer be assisted by Mrs. D. P. Blake West and Mr. Ben Young a visi
meeting held Feb. 27 at the home The Missionary Society of the Girl Scout camps. The member and Mr*. E. L. Nelson. tor. ,
of Mr, E. L. Nelson In Downer Silver Palm Methodist Church I II picked by vote of the troop. Mr*. The auxiliary member plan to
Palm Mrs. A. F Arthur was In held its February meeting at the D. D. Richardson of Miami chairman take turn in serving the upper, A Limit
charge of a review of the book, church on Feb. 27. The devotional of the training and personnel and to put In the auxiliary treasury I A new minister wa about to
"Faith of Our Father, which the was led by Mr*. R. W. Prothero.The department of the Dade County all fund received after tho preach his first sermon In a Scottish -
group U studying, Mrs L. G. Rug- subject for study wa "Pio Girl Scout Council and Mr*. actual coat of the food 1* deducted. I i church. The beadle asked
gle. the president presided. neer and Road Builder. A chapter Weaver, a new member. of the i him: "Are you a "paper minister -
In the Bible "Jesus' council, were la Homestead Mon "
Other present were: Mr*. A. A. study on ?
Payne, Mrs. J. R. Hlckson, Mrs. Attitude on Human Relations"was day to confer with Mrs. Frank MR. AND MRS. McDANIEL The clergyman replied that he
Fritter, Mrs. a E. Gatlin, Mr*. B. discussed by Mrs. H. Il Core.It Skill, the Homestead troop captain ENTERTAIN COMUS CLUB usually read hJ* discourse
Y Burr, Mr*. D. P. Blake, Mr. was announced that the book and to make plan for tile Mr. and Mr H. P. McDaniel "Oh, that's if rich!, then. Whena
Tom Baird, Mr*. Ira J. Haynes, study class would met at the home cookie sale. entertained member of the Comui mon haa a paper, we ken that
Mr J. M. Holferty; Mr*. Harris of Mr*. Core Mar. 11. The local scouts will try to sell Club at their home Thursday night he'll end where the paper ends."
and Mr*. Nelson. -- 700' dozen cookies. of last week. Mr*. C. J. Parman -Ex.
BARBARA JEAN SMITh I
HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY
STAG DINNER PARTY MARKS Mrs. A. D. Smith gave a party
HM. (J. PAYNE'S In honor of the seventh birthday
A tag dinner party was given 1 anniversary of her daughter, Bar- FINISHED PERFECTION easy
Sunday a* I birthday bara Jean, at her home on N. W.
Wm. C. Payne by his parent, First avenue Friday afternoon. Indoor -
and Mrs. A. A. Payne at their games were played, tap dancing with MATCHED MAKEUPSEE
home In Silver Palm The birthday I song and reading were given
cake bore twenty candle by the little guest
Cover were laid for H. E. The birthday rake was green
!. Echaff J. J. McLendon, Clyde Mc- with pink rosebud and candle how each step in this famous beauty treat.

London Wm. McConnell Jr, and pink ice cream wa served in ment blends
to
naturally produce one glorious
Marion Plummer, Alvah Taylor green container
and Clayton Lehman. Mr*. Paul Reynolds and Mrs. J. effect finished perfection. Start today.
S. Alexander assisted the hoatesa.
LOCAL WOODMEN'S: CIRCLE The guest Included: Barbara
OBSERVES ANNIVERSARY Gene Wakefield Ruth Rutland,
In honor of the twelfth annlver- Jean and Joe Reynolds, Shirley
Cara Nome
cary of the local Woodmen' Cir and Winnie Danxey, Eugenie Draper Beauty Aids
cle. Mr France Coker hostess at Jackie and Betty Ruth Geiger,
the last meeting, presented the Dowcll Alexander Doris Faye s
member with a birthday cake Thompson and Hubert and Bobby
,decorated In blue, white and pink Ni hols. Creams: $1.00 Pace: Powder: $1.00 Rouse: 75c

-- -, Lipstick 75c Eye Brow pencil: 50c


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ridgy, March 6, 19E3G. THE LEADER -ISNTERPRISP:: Paa4 Nine htIBARUClI

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know, Catherine Ortanedea,Map*
HAS
TirE .LIBRARIAN'S CORNER i HOMESTEAD CLUBII aDd Norma Oassmsn CtoMla. fjri> -..
........ LMIteWhm I IMUt Fvtftl ntriMlD) u FHHwtt
iCHTING BASE aT MM. L. U now MBRAR1A1t !.' Fread, Nora As re, Mildred and *

_m__..___._ I -- ... Margaret Field and Levitt Utt1e.
I OF HERE 'a"U 10011"Teals. Waves", immediately I II .th(*4-H Club met Tuesday
UTH
brw.yr *. .. eye of the librarian: eau.II'i In Ma cKAcooaa the girls took turn
I acting: aa provident so that each
! e-tens?, *-.de! I-1 1 f4 THE LIBRARY I would know how to act when a REMEMBER !
rida Keys Enthusiast "The library' like FairylandFor I motion I* made.
for 30 Years, Oftenin On of our moat; popular writ all who like to read: I Song were suns by the group. You may now receive.
en I 18 Rafael *batlnl. We have so On no magic carpet need you expert optical serviceevery 'f
HomesteadFlorida Those present were: Mrs. Carl-
little money to use for the purchase stand, I
I son of Miami Mary Duncan, Elizabeth day In Home
of A book
book wise can seldom replace la all you need. I
IS miles II Williams. Virginia Kinner, If need
Keys, outworn book of fiction, I stead. you
south of Homestead, attract many or buy; duplicate volumes. But "You .open up your eyes and Julia Frances Sullivan, Freda GLASSES see ,-
and yachtsmen during Hancock Franca King Iris Cop-
sportsmen we have Just bought a new copy mind I
the winter month Among those of "Scarcmoitehtt" to relieve the And close each outer car, DR. M. C. MOTTOTOMETRIST
now basking In the tropical .un- strain on the Several worn copies So you can ae* the words you
shins' while fishing and sailing the I and so great u the demand for find HOMESTEAD LODGE NO. SI
alluring water of the Florida "Captain Blood's return" we have And Bookland' music hear. i LOOF. "a Cnrr Arcade
straits, Henry N. Baruch, brother -
had to buy /I second copy of that meek every Tuesday evenhae at
ot Bernard Baruch, Internationally book. Of course, this continued "And you'll be carried tar away I 'clock IB LO.O.F. Hall N. W.
known financier. demand for his novel speaks well By land or sea or air 1st street .
Mr. Baruch has leased Key Largo for Rafael sabatlnl, but it speaks To travel leisurely or play Visitor Welcome I rY" :.T.. "J"I
Lodge-docki, ground and hotel well for OUT reader, too, bothyoung Or study marvels there." ,
*-for his retinue. Ha and his and old, tor be i* one of .
pa't1.tay for the most part aboard the really good novelist of the iR1ar. t
lila yacht which la anchored in I day. Thaw I* nothing: careless
Garden Cove a short distance from about his work. Hi historical I
the i lodge's tea walL Key Largo background: an accurate, his
Lodge owned and operated by plots arc au Well worked out and A -I iirfrok to
Edward Laurlnger, la on the oceanside his language is M grammaticallycorrect "
of Key Largo several miles that it i* said to put many I .
south of Key Largo station, which teachers of English to shame. Sa- :
Ia about 10 miles from Homestead.A batini I II laid to be "the masterof (fHOLSUM BREAD :
r' broker by profession, Mr. the opening line," and it was
Baruch and hla associates recently the opening line In "Scaramouch I .
built an office building In MIami which caught the eye of the reader -
Beach to house a branch of tor an American publishing
their business. Mr. Baruch has house Which by the way was the /NirSNEWSTREAMLIN
been coming to the Florida K." seventh publishing house to whom
tor S4 years, and now he can enjoy the manuscript: had been present
Us yachting and fishing and yet ed. The first line Is, "He was born
be within two hours reach of hi.buBin. with the gift ot laughter and a
.... sense that the world was mad' r*

Mr. Baruch's rugged ,
lance la to be seen counten-I profes-sional
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totes of Homestead .
lonally' oversees the buying of the last word and final period WRAPPER
,food[ and other supplies for his America had made a discoveryand
'amp."George: Rafael Sabatini, born ot an
English mother and an Italian
father, wOke up one morning and
E. Mallow Dies found himself famous Now his

Suddenly in Dearborn reputation *. /I writer I II so well THE modem Streamline wrapper on every
-- established one has only to announce {
George J:. Mallow, former resl a "P w" book by Sabatini' f + loaf of HOLSUM BREAD saves time be..., : '
tent and business man of Home -and the rush i 18 onl Down her U
it's identify. It clean away
teed, died suddenly Feb. 7 while where+!lmost of u* Ilk to steal a I cause easier to ..
at work In his beauty parlor In day'oft now and then to go fishing 'all obstacles between you and the loaf of
Jearborn, Mkh., according to word we feel at once a kindred spirit I '
received' by friends here recently. for this novelist who la also a bread you want! No need to hunt for .
: flshel'l1lll'Nho favorite I i
Death was caused by heart says "My -
rouble and Indigestion; amusement is writing novels j 1'HOLSUM. It's there-right before your .
: but my chief and most serious
:,ailor Mr Mallow operated a beauty business in life is salmon! tlthlnll"No eyes.: You can't mistake it. .
) here about eight ,
years ago wonder h* i* a favorite.
nd he and Mrs. MaJlpw and their l HOLSUM'S Streamline Is
wrapper your
Lillian Mathilda Svenson i* a i
lUghter, Mary Ann, now nine I
fr* old, two year ago returned poet one of her books has Just { guarantee of finest quality. You know
come to hand and this little
poem 4
or their! latest visit to this sec- I I
on. Mr. Mallow was the owner on Page 7 of her book, "Thought where you are with HOLSUM-and you

f considerable and
II grove city
know where HOLSUM is in its Streamline
property tead. in and around Hume- For he Best In I .'rI

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OPTOMETRYDR.
Mr. Mallow was about 53 :year

bid. He leaves his wife and .NEtJENSCIIW ANDER BAKING COMPANY
laughter and several children by
i former marriage DR. II. GONZALEZ j
k-: MS Venetian Arcade, Miami ,

Dowdy Funeral to Take

| Place at 10:30 Today .

$f,funeral services; for C. E. Dowdy DR.M.A.BERGERDentist 000 U./M

'" of Florida City, former packing
house operator, who died Tues-,
!'day In the Dade County hospital BREADIN
after a lingering Illness, will be
held In Palm Cemetery at Na- 36 N. Krome Avenue
,ranja at 11 a. m today. The funeral ; THE STREAMLINE WRAPPER
will leave Turner Funeral I Upstairs I
Home at 10:30.: I
Office Hours 8:30-4:30:

f was DOwdyVII born near 86 Barlow years, K old,.., and He I'I ortN EVENINGS 4 EASY TO SEEEASY TO BUYI

M cleaves Barlow.a sister, Mrs. C. J. Wallace I 01 APIHIINTMKXTDR.R.S.AKERS I I t



Lester Smith I* One I I Ii "
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'second largest spring semester enrollment DENTIST

la the history of the University ordee to .
loarat a a. se S aa
of Kentucky was recorded
;Monday February 17, with the Sunday V t* IICKxrd
close of registration for the second Bdardars I
term of the 1835-38 school year,
bringing the total to S.003. Thirty Free Parking Space

Ibe Hates besides Kentucky are .U4 tor. \V. serif gT. MIAMI ,,. A PLEASURE TO SERVE/
represented
In the student bodyat
PHONE lilt
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four foreign countries HOLSUM KERNEL WHEAT 10: GREEN END J
t Included In the enrollment Is f
Lester Blain Smith, son of Mr. and JOHN J. .4I4JCT PONT NO. BOLSUM WHITE BREAD eetiREDRmb: y .
Mrs x HOLSUU WHOLE WHEAT . TAN END
George W. Smith of Homestead AMERICAN 3 'tJ
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Meets trot sad ltlrof ,.........411 BOLSUM SLICED RTB GUT END
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past eight week, left Thursday' PRIZE Packing house display Irish ]
tor their northern home They GRAND tatoes, Bliss Triumph Blue i_
play to visit point of interact on Brand (Goulds Growers),

In and Jlround : the way. GOES TO LOCAL Campbell Brand (John W. Ct
bell, 2nd; Dee Dee Brand (1
DM Supply Co.), 3rd,
\ Mr*. Frank Stalling of South
I RF.A.CHAPTER Strawberries, Charles Hart
Miami visited relative here Mon-
Homestead Carrot from commercial
day.
t rletie. W. D. Vick.
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1 tropical fruits grown In the district Display of growing corn I In
Miles A. Newton, who is employed I
The Florida flake, August Burrlchter.
a* well as Jellies. ]
an the yacht Nakhoda which I* I
, Mr. rod Mrs. A. T. Lindeman | pent Wednesday with Mr. and at present docked at Miami. was a Power & Light Chandler bI in !, Fruit Department
: nnd their two children. John and Mn. A. S. Move and family. Florida City guest Wednesday. charge of Roy SouthDade Individual group exhibit, lO IScanneW.
" Virginia, arrived at Gould Wednesday manager\ is made up of the I tint. '.
from their home In Ham- : various electrical appliance sold .
I Mr. and Mrs. John Hornyak Valencia oranges, Frank Pan
.. more, III., to visit! Mr. Llnde-i I have as guests Mr*. Homyak's Mr. and Mrs. Will Rhode of I by that company. lit; R. W. Macey 2nd. ..
man's uncle, John Shrader and I mother Mrs. Saunders of Key Uttle River arrived Wednesday M. U. Mounts county agricultural -I BaQi'
Pineapple oranges, A. E. !
spend several days flaking in the i to spend a few days here with I
: Wait and Mrs. Sounders' little agent of Palm Beach County, lat. -,
i Gulf stream off Miami and in the I'] granddaughter, Doris Faye Mr*. K. J. Anode judged the fruit vegetable, poul-
\ waters off the Florida Keys. i Thompson. try and commercial exhibits. Mn. Temple oranges, H. C. Bee

iI I Mr. and Mrs. Dasher and Mr I Fleda V. Hughes, Miami garden lit i

Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Van Name Harper of Moortield, W. Va., left authority assisted by Mr. Mounts King orange, Frank Pannoy1!
of Staten Island N. Y.. arrived a I| FLORIDA CITY here Monday on their return trip. Judged the flowers. Mill CHgt Curtis Lee, 2nd. .

. week ago to visit Mrs. Van N_', i Mrs.V.. W. Pretty, Correspondent Kent, Steward County home demonstration Seedless grapefruit, R W. :Ma

' lather Andrew Haguman at his ....."._-. "- The W. M. S. of the Free Methodist agent, judged the home cey, 1stDuncan '.

home, Rosemont, in Redland. Mrs. II I I The March Ladies' Aid meeting Church will meet Monday demonstration exhibits.The grapefruit, L. G. :Rug
Van Name will remain until Mr. I was not held this week because afternoon and the Junior Missionary South Dade Garden Club glei 1stPersian .
Hagaman goes north in the spring of the Dade County Tropical Society will meet Tuesday exhibit, awarded first prize In its limes, Mr. Tabor ie
but Mr. Van Name and Mm. Van I Fair. It will be held next afternoon. department, wa the result of the Tangerines, L. G. Ruggles,. II
Name's sister, Mrs. Thos. Doyle, week at the home of Mrs. B. tireless efforts of Mr. and Mr*. Anchor Lodge 2nd.
who has been here since the first Knight Florida City residents who attended Wm. Dunlop, assisted by Mrs. Kumquat, Mn. W. J. ICro
of the year, will leave for Stated the Free Methodist quarterly i R. J. Shepherd.The 1st; Mn. O. Halnlln, 2nd. "

Island tomorrow. Mrs M. Whitehead.and her conference held in Lake official lit of prize winner Loquats, Archie Brannan/1
daughter moved Monday from Worth from Saturday until Wed- I In the agriculture department Mn. W. 3. Krome, 2nd.
,1 .roads a* follow: Papaya, E. C. Byer,
Mr. and Mrs. Stacy Hawkins Homestead the home of Mrs. nesday were; Mr. Elizabeth I. IIt.H
and Mrs. Hawktn's sister, Miss Whltehead'i parents, Mel!.nd Mr*. Brooks, Mr. Mary Coodlng Mr i Individual farm exhibit, August man Byer 2nd.Sapodilla .
Mabel Williams left Monday for J. S. Cave Clara Newton, Mrs. Ernest Warren Burrtchter, 1st; Roy Witten- Clarence GrsnrV
Gainesville since Mr. Hawkins has Albert Newton, Curtis Coodlng weller, 2nd. I Avocado, Linda Joe
been transferred to the state ex' and Jeredean T.mblyb.PRINCETUN Lug tomatoes Donald Sickle 1st; L. G. Ruggle 2nd. HICkaul
Mr. and Mr*. Joe Kupperts of
perlment station there. Miss Mary Flower
Williams, another sister of Mrs. St. Louis arrived Sunday to spend 1stCrate potatoes Donald Sickle, I. Individual group exhibit, South
two month at their home on 1st T. H. Seats, 2nd.
Hawkins, will remain In Homestead ; Garden Club, 1st
to complete her term as a Tenth street Sirs. A. W. McVlcker, CorrespondentThe Hamper peas, August Burrlch- Individual exhibits:

teacher in the Neva King Cooper -- ter, lit, Ferns, Grant Mohan. lit;
School. She Is making her home Mr. and i<(r*. Clarence Ooss Her. Wm. A. Eckel and I I I Hamper green bush, Curtis Lee, J. O. Murray 2nd. 'I
with Mr. and Mrs. O. I. Oault who lived in the Torrlse apart- son are guest of the Rev. C. H. tat; Donald Sickle 2nd. Begonias, Mn. J. O. Murray
ment house have moved to Per- Condon during the revival services Three bunches onions, Linwood and 2nd.

Mrs. Bessie Brady returned : rlne. being held in the Princeton Chase, 1st.Hamper. Amaryllis, Mn. Ceo. W.
Saturday from a state district I Church of the Maiarena. green cabbage Mr. Bol- Jr., 1st and 2nd. Turnel'

meeting of the Woodmen's Circle Mrs. McAdoo of Tallahassee arrived and, letThree Santa Paula, Mn. J. O.
in Jacksonville. Mrs. Brady is recently for a visit with her Mr. and tin. A. A. Markbam bunches parsley, T. H. lat and 2nd. I

state inner sentinel of the order I son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and of Lowry, Va., are expected here Seat. 1st. Women' Department '
Mrs. Charles Dukes at the homeof Three head cauliflower, Donald In the women's
and local drill raptaln. I soon to spend the rest of the deparimell
Mrs. B. H. Edwards. winter. Sickle 1st. prams were awarded as follow
Three heads lettuce Chas. Hart WhIte bread Mrs. H. Kufelc
Mr. and Mr*. T J. GraAtham
and little son, William, spent Sun- The Florida City P.-T. A. is Mr A. W. McVlcker gave a lit. 1st; Mn. J. R. Hlckson 2/1/)
planning to have a tag day driveon Three bungles broccoli Linwood Graham bread, Mrs. Kufeldt,
day In Hollywood with Mr. and party Saturday afternoon at her
Monday for the benefit of the Chase fat. Yeast rolls Mn. Hlckson, lat; 1
Mrs. Del! Drawdy. home In Bock Haven (,n honor of
Florida City school fund. Three' tooth** turnte frnaldStebto Belle Grennell, 2nd.
............... the fifth birthday annivenary of tit: UBWWK Cne\ 2nd; Pound cake, Lou Belle Grenneli.
her granddaughter, Blanche Me- i
Leon Williams of Fort Myerxi Roy Wlttenwood, 3rd.
The Fkxsdji P.-T. A.
City will 1st; Orange cake, Mn. Hick
i a guest of ;Mr. and Mr*. W. S. elect officer at the March meet- Vlcfcer. Mary Elizabeth Adamswon Three bunch rutabaga, John lIt; Mrs. Kufeldt, 2nd.
the prize In a drawing contest
Coker this week Ing an Wednesday, March II, at After other had been Cooper, let Apple pies, Mr*. Fred Link, !
games played -
8 p. m. in the city ball Ice i Three bunches beets, Warren Citrus pies, Mrs. V. M. Grenne
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Mrs. Ti.irv, Chinners returned cream and cake were .rved. i Woods, let; Donald Sickle, 2nd; lit; Mrs. Link, 2nd.
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Each child received balloon
a
Thursday of last week from Miami Edward Bartholomew left I Roy Wittenweiler, 3rd. Divinity (candy), Mm.D..Wolfe H.
as a favor and a balloon drill wasenjoyed.
beach whi'io she spent a week Thursday for his home in the Those invited Three head Chinese cabbage, 1st Fudge Mrs. FRead ., '
recuperating after IIn attack of the north. Charlotte Murray Barbara were'and: Warren Woods, 1st; T. H. Seat, 1st. Crystallized fruit, Mn

flu. Edwin Wright, Maxey and Wilson 2nd.Twelve G. E. Elder, 1st.
Mr. and Mr John Brockett arid bunches celery Donald '
Citrus l
exhibit Jelly, Jam pi ,
Cash Maxine Chubb, Joe Bryant,
Mr. and Mr. A. R. Pratt's son of May Lending, N. J.,. are J. B. Cash Jr., Christine and Geraldine Sickle, lit; LInwood Chase, 2nd. serves, etc., Helen Grunwell, ht.\;:\!
daughter Mrs. K, A. Shult of visiting Mr. Brocket parents, Najarth Mary Elizabeth Peck New Zealand spinach, Mr. Mrs. G. N. Wakefield 2nd; Mru

Hunter Okla., who had been here Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Brockett.Mr. Adams, Winona Mizelle Ruby I 2nd.Boland tilt; Roy Wittenweiler Harry Reely, 3rd. '

visiting them and her sister Miss Bailey and Frances, Colleen and (Continued on Page Eleven) <
Josephine Pratt since Feb. 13, and Mrs B. M. Herbester Walter McVicker. Peck tropical spinach Donald
left for her home Wednesday.Mrs. of Norwood. 0., and Mr. and Mr*. Sickle, 1st; Warren Woods 2nd;
P. E. Griffith of Prospect O., i Peter Bradley, 3rd.Special .
I Turner's Funeral HomeS4HIL
Mrs. Norman Brickner of New Award
A. M. Byrom, who after visited here Thursday.Mr. .
Mr. Byrom's death had at first York City and her daughter and Cabbage display, six varieties, AMBULANCE SERVICELady
I the latter baby are pending John Dunn. :
and Mr of Cleveland
planned to make her home In Fort Squire AlUadul
some time in their winter home on South America potatoes indgrowing
O., and Coral Cable
Lauderdale, has now decided to wereSunday
Bay View drive. leaf lettuce Grant Ma- Phone II4-K Fla
remain in Homestead, at least un- I guest of Mr. and Mr*. Homestead
til spring.A Edward SUllng.Mr han.
Herman Thompson has been ill

six-pound son was born to *. Ei'f1ytc.rron la expecting the past week. -. -. ---.-- .-.--.
Mr. and Mr*. M. L, Houser at her 'two daughter from Michiganto
the Post Graduate hospital Sun- arrive loon.

day. M8tegal'ons 0f
Mr. end tot,*. Edward Reid of I. <

Mrs. Bert Andrews returned'I Johnston N. Y., who have been
camping on Palm avenue for the 2L
Wednesday evening from Noeatee
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where she was called by the deathof
an unelo. \ goddess CROVYIGASOLINE N.

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Miss Lillian Took of Fort My- CAREiff Wave J .
the "
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ers, spent Monday, Tuesday and :
Wednesday with her father, B. ..1 .,. ,:,. ,. .. '
Tooke, and Mr. and Mr*. Tom and Beauty 'I Tblt-- the igure famous-is Eugtaeindtourk a god- I .,, ;.... .' :

Harris. ,
dell who of I Ii .\
True besuty dem.nebthe I assures you pawfectioa

A. S. Maye arrived Tuesday belt of car at all in you peratiaee sod- I sold .fo.J ,
i the qty natural wawa are<< >
from Pigeon Key to spend weekat time. Whether, you : curls la she Kyle you w.mt I 1 : ,: : ..,'.... .... ,. fM
hit home here. wish a wave a facial, Het picture appears a manicure, or of Uw / 1 I .::
any .1 Ot Euin Sfclwt- S'Mp'r I : : r
Mr Horace D. Coppedge of the other essential aid kind wt ue, for your protM- ,,
Miami and her IOn Horace Jr.. to beauty, you'll find lion and utitlactioo.phone er ... \S
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the skilled operators at I nil for aa sppoiniincni--lor wave; of loss. ; \\bec:: : se.'or :: : :;; ;: ;ii;;; 1j

Pat' Beauty Parlor I your kBush's.prnuM t-al. I .. : ; ; ;!")I'\'i: :' I'/" ,\
ready: to serve you log II IIi : .1)\0 R I'd I t SIi: .

i DP.. B. E. GATLIN Croqulrnole.quickly' at Spiral any time.and. i Barber Shop I ., .,fl: I \u' ?,5'+ ,f :t :7.Vy:;: ); : ::;

Dentist Combination & Beauty Parlor !,ill,11i",11i"rcITYRAY .", ::.: .,, : (tQA! 9ij :, .. ",;I{" "
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PERMANENT WAVES Miss Lltlle Draw. Operator \ ' : :
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'd{'..SHOMESTEADt time Safe delivery g.ararilONE *- I INCOIt"O" "&D ... ;N.TUCKV .

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PRIZES I Cauley, 2nd; Mrs Oeo E Deuel3rd 1st; Lewis Van Za o, 2nd

Light Brahma cockerel, 1t. F.t

I (Continued From Page Ten) I Educational DepartmentHigh Matthews, 1st CLASSIFIED ADS

nned tomatoes, Mrs Harry school, Radian,, lit Light Brahma cock, 8 r. Matthews .

13'. 1st; Mrs. O. P. Oosnell 2nd; Homestead. 2nd.Elementary litWhite

Wakefield, Srd Other ctmI I'I'n school, HoMatead rock hen, H. C. Re*, I BATE: First insertion 10< a line, subMquontK lnaRrWops

.... I vegetables, Mr Frank Ha_ lit; Redland, Sod; Florida City lisp

n, lit; Mn Wakefield, 2nd; 3rd. 1stTrio
miMcovy duck, A. O. OOM-
Reely 3rdkle I PoullrySweepalakMrs. nell Ut; Mn. Irwin 'Thomas, and FOR RENT REAL ESTATE
and relishes, Mrs. Jar-
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J. 0. Murray .
Pair fawn Indian runner, t D.
lit; Helen Grunwefl, 2nd; best trio lit; Mrs Murray Clapp, lot ROOMS with or without board.J. .
J R. Hlckson, SrdSiQuilt best cock, 2nd; Sam J. Davis, belt BIG VALUE C-room houwFurnJhtfied. .
Trio white breasted guinea. J. Simon, cor Silver Palm and
75 year old or more, Mr*. hen 3rd; O N. Wakefield, best All city improvements -
I S. Lang, lot Richard r hn
Th word
ly, lit; Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe cockerel, 4th; Sam J. Davis best Trio lavenders, J. S. Lang. lat been but
greatly overworked
tod. pullet, 5th. FOR SALE
Trio pearl, J. & Lang, tat
.. Quilt. 35 to 75 yean, 1 do not hesitate to My that this"'
% Mahan' lot : 2nd MI'I'I Trio buff orplngtoni, S. F Matthews Pair geese. Mn Irwin Thomas. STEAMED BROWN BREAD any property I iJ a Big Bargain Price

r ; Quilts, modern, Mrs. Hausman 1stTrio lit time Saturday Lb. coffee can including furniture. bed linen

|rt: Mrs. E. L. Nelson, 2nd and 'I whit leghorn pullets, L. Tom turkey J. S. Lang. 1st I size 20c: with raiiin or nut and table linen, dishes, now
I Van White king pigeon. J. & Lang.
,rei. Zago 1st; John Robinson 15c Leave orden at S. L. Welt I2JBOO reduced from $3JXXI

2nd. 1st 106 N. W. 5th St. Fine furniture and plenty of it
Mn home
Bedspreads, Hauiman lit;
Blue mandarin pigeon, J. S.
Hn. W. J. Krone 3rd I i Trio buff leghorns, H. C Reely Lang, 1stBirmingham. H A. Cameron (diN)
1st FOR SALE 2 wk. old chicks tlO
Rugs, modem Mn Edgar ;Ma- roller J. S. Lang ufo while they last Scherr
per
A GROVES
I ACREAGES AND
ban 1st; Mrs Mae King, 2nd and Trio barred rocks, Mn Irwin 1st
| Feed and Supply Store. (121)) ,
'I' i I specialize In Redland properties.Send
"rd I Thomas, 1st; Sam J. Davis 2nd. Sardeaux (red), J. S. Lang lit

t Crochet work Mn E. T. Dra\X"r'l I I (Cochin bantam trio). I White mandarin.. J. 8. Lang, 1st FOR SALE-Two one year old potato me your lilting of property

lat; Mrs. J. R. Hickson ; I Trio white leghorn hens J. B. Lavender J. S. Ling 1st digger Largest site. cheap for stile

I E. L. Nelson, 3rd. I 1 1 Lang, 1st Silver King, J. S. Lug, lot tor cash W. J. Vick. Box 14ft, CHARLES I. BROOKS
110 N. E. First St Miami
Embroidery Mr*. Grant Ma I Trio white cochin bantams, S. Silver King squabs, J. S. Lang, Gould (pfar6)EXOTIC ,

han 1st F Matthews, 1st 1st I
I' I TROPICAL JELLY-In REAL ESTATE-Thoe* who wantto
Cork-printed article Mrs Frank Trio black cochin bantam, S Whit King squab, J. S. Lang1st I sell Redland District
fancy diamond face glass Jan. 13 buy or
Hauiman. 1st I F Matthew, 1st

China painting, Mn J. R. Hick- Pair red quills Chas Jonet lot White egg (large), H B For- OK. size wrapped In celophanefor real estate in will office find up-to-date Many of %'
listing
I our
4k'1 Pair white doms tune 2nd. gift or bridge or guest
ion, 1stHand Chas. Jones 1st and
UU at subnormal
these listing are -
50c Mrs. Bertha Edwards
prizes, -
beaded bag Mrs Haul- Brown eggs, Willis Baxley, lot
2nd.Pair price W* shall appreciate -
' man 1atTooled Rhode Island Reds, J SLang Manual Training Redland road between
linoleum Mrs Haus- Redland bed Donald Coconut Palm and Plummer either your Inquiries of
4f -1st, by
listings, all of which
wil
man, letCollection I I Pair golden laced Polish chickens Cross. 2nd round table, by Ed drive have your our best attention. Now n

antique, Mrs. Harry Mrs. Roy Gopp. Hickson, 3rd, stool by
square FOR SALE-3 yr. old citrus tree, the time to buy. B. W Morris,
1st Mr. G. Mahan 2nd Pair buff cochin Lillian Charles Burr.Homestead1st.
bantams
Reely, ; 4 varieties Simon, cor Silver now associated with It A. Cameron -
Mrs. J. I:. Davit, 3rd. ,Bennett, let Elizabeth Hain- Georgian desk
r ; Palm and Redland rd. (fUtf) N. W. 1st St.. In Citizens
Individual antique, Mrs. Reely, I lIn. 2nd. and chair by Buddy Fitzpatrick, Bank Bid*. Phone 72 .
lit; Mrs O, Mahan./ .2nd and 3rd. I Lackenwelden, Jack Fender, 2nd Sheraton desk by Robert"Gauzen. HONEY-the clear thick, delicious

41 Antique coverlet (special prize), 1st and 2nd. ., 3rd, chest of drawers by kind. None better and at grove LEGAL NOTICES '

/ Mrs J. E. Davis, 1st; Mn J. E. Me- Whit leghorns, Warren Woods Earl Smith. price Also grapefruit Hoi-I

t'\, -- -- lister Sage, East King Highway.FOR .
NOTKi
.' TAE OFFICE: or HACK COUNTY
;' T\VENTY.FIVE SQUARE MILE FARM SALE-Ono 10 h. p. and one PURCHASING ANT f
9 h. p. G. E.: 3-phase. 220-110 ROOM .IKW COURT HOU.EMIAMIIP1.41RIDA
. /
volt A. C. motors; compensating ..... khb I. duhllsta will be Nrwlwd .
twitch; 200-gal pressure tank; In this olftet until. IJ .oars Friday. March 1

one pair solid tired heavy duty SUi DYNAMITE load a* the flllI'e a,1O, CAPS

wood wheels good for trailer. -110 ea fie .... Ao,'. it

Homestead Machine Shop, S. W. ."' .... c. L. WHRAT ..... County 'f

Notice to Winter Farmers 2nd St (jEt) PwethMr..tr" .

}
SETS OF 0 of
baby Jar tropical '
I. the nrr.lt c..rt7"IfeWli JuJ..J.
Jellies, assorted, celophane wrap Clrf.lt DU c..IIL rhrfcta. U Ik.n .
ped, packed in carton ready for' ...r. Cut N.. 44.Ml. I
THOMAS WHKLAN nnWCR: XrPblntlr
mailing $1. Mailing charge 23cMn ?. ... PRANCES KIRK BENNKR: ;,
,We Own and Rent Choice Land for Potatoes, Bertha Edwards, Redland IMuuUntBILL FOR DIVORCE ;

road between Plummer and Coconut -
It MMUlu kr KM inrn kill r/hd
'Tomatoes : Palm drive (nlStf In tin abaft SMM sow UMI ..nears
; Broccoli etc. .
eans Kirk ItoMW. UMtkr MMra.ld..t of the rior-M.
MISCELLANEOUS ;L to a rwldmt of e1.Oou Clv.
then the state of that
: .kw __.. M ..Jtlral...> M to hte.w
REPRESENTATIVES WANTEDTo to p4.lr.llir to N... 104 1*,.kkfil A_...
I LOCATION: On extreme tip of U. S. mainland, east of Homestead secure copyrighted contracts. *.l..n. N.w J....?. .... that plaintiff .

Individual or Family Croup 1 h u p.elhod.:tL'-'Ir': r:.." M kn.eato .
and hl. the of d.tand. (,
Florida City, thirty miles south of Miami to 80 Every clolm: paid. Address tint there to m pmo hi Uw *t>uFlorida "I
.... ..
1 the of a .ukpotna ur "
Suite 329 Comeau Building
whoa would bind rah DafMldaat and .
00 West Palm Beach, Florida. that she to am the one g| trnay-one ,
SIZE : Twenty-five square miles to select Crom. Our tenants ,. *. It h tfemfm amend that sold i t
(f14-28) ....iwldntkaNkr 1 Defendant be and .... It .'
!' A thousand this raqulrW la w the .f 'rO.npl.ist
d sub-tenants numbered approximately one tzj
PIANO TUNING and repairing flM' to :1'1"..,,.' on 9111h.: .
for, Uantlur tile sib Z
season. \ Good used piano for sale cheap.W. ISIS, .linr.llon. !
E. Koon, 113 N. W. 3rd St bill t.-H e.nfw.ed i.y
t .(>n<.

I a WATER CONTROL: Our lands are criss-crossed by laterals and tzj LEGAL NOTICESIn It to further OHM a ordered week that for bur this urtnuklklud '141. ...h.n. '
MMlM the I.A J
tidewaters r l rprli 7.t*MvrOlHNy ::: In .;;
large canals, with automatic gates regulated by Z Uw Clrc.ll Curl FlmiiUi 5....1.1 .
rimlt III .n< (w Date Innlr rhrl Title M.rrh tlh I"inK. .
4>. In Chancery. N*. 44JIU4I.MAOOIF .. ,
channel. B EATIIFRMAN: rltrli f
dredged to bay
.
I. -3 W. RICE. r.....,l.ln.nl. re. I'Irruit C.hurt. By r:. C, Dr'WKT
_... '
JOHN A RICK .1.i.i1 D.iuty Cirri.ILIRCUIT ..
::D I PO* PtVOMI! OOUKT 8KAI
SERVICE : We' own and maintain the latest machinery and. Mint U AmmrTo RH,"rt C. I.n.Bolbltnr .. i,
R&. 11* HnrHi OnUrf SIrkkwra fnr I 141.11I'
o III., It to nter equipment to clear, plow, disc, ditch and prepare your field 0 MoiMlir' tk. >l.tk day f April. I Mil. f
lu the BlA of C.mpl>lnt hn-rtof, r. filed { '
In the Circuit Court. ElevatiHi
I.I \ ....,_ /In the above .,,1'd set)
an-
for planting, il desired. We also offer our tenants the advice d iM 4 raiwt yea. and In default thrrr,.r Judicial Circuit lad tou.ty, '
E-4
I and supervision an expert representative of the North *Th Lrdsr-Rnt.rprle. to her...r iM*. 43861. 1

Z Dakota potato seed commissioner, along with our efficient ortbr aaeed ik.ll w the bt >:=-r.'o which. MMni.this JOHN v*. MAY SAUNDERS.SAUNDERS Complainant D.--- 1


: state experiment station located within our boundaries DON In* .and........ORbBKKD narU.. on>the t the rank rovrlIMNM dir fendant.It appearing by affidavit appended I.

of March. ISM to the bill filed in the
R. B LBATHCRMAN. CI... of I above stated .::use that May

, PRODUCTION : This area supplies fresh vegetables to the Z Cheep.. Cnrt BIT F DM J. OOULD C.uaty.Fleets. Saunders the Defendant therein

Deputy CWrk named I* a non-r1dent of the r

G 7 markets of the nation.during the winter months and ships, t d' TkiiiiM(CIRCUIT B COURT BnrnrL SEAL State of Florida, and U a resident
of UI Third St. N. Y
Mtattor fnr OMnplnhnntMw Brooklyn ,
r on an average, seventy.five to one hundred carloads daily 00 ( *-IS-*..ll Apr. IIIn I that there I iJ no person In the Stale
of Florida the service of subpoenaupon
:r; the ClrnM Cort Rhnntk t J.IUI.I
during the harvesting period. Clmlt. DaM C**.' r....... I. UMMrr ... whom would bind such Defendant
j.1f CnM H.. 41 M<. and that aha la over the
SAMUEL W. VORTIUFRK, ".1.\1./.,. ... I age of twenty-one year It.* i
HLLU4A ... L. VORTMIHN: IM i4anl. !
therefore ordered aid
that
ri'l. invite the inspection of experienced It ntpMrtr amy rOC kr ..,DIVORCE w..M appended toth Defendant be and I* hereby nonresident

l.r. .We I Mil IM. hi the ibtm. ..*... MUM the I required to appear to the DMl ",
Haan M. L. Vartlivni the IMmlnnttlwrri
of filed In said
r. ....d to a non-K.U.M/ ft the Complaint cause
farmers and are now soliciting'reserva' state of riorMa, and her r w.nee toMiknmra on or before Monday. the .th day ,;
t. Pl.lntlff, tkal tkw. to M of April A. D. 1238, otherwise. .,
h the BUM of rim. the Mr t.
pon.n the allegations of Mid bill will be I
.... _
of "NfcpOTi when M bind
lions for next season. such Drf.. '
; ... W Ixnv-oM __ II b tlmvfor.tknt \
.. _.,
'
send ) Dd.udentbe
It I further ordered that this
*
In as by e.arlnd ta appear I
I M:: af Ce.patal flood In Mid order be published oneo.a week .
ar heron Mandy UM Stk day for four consecutive week In the yHomestead
I... April. A D. ISM. atkanrba. the nlUwaTkM ,. : h"
III asw hill win be tales ? ..asf.e..d Leader-Enterprise, a
: SOUTH DADE FARMS INC. h said newspaper In said County ,
It M fut .. = that thl. .der and State. ..
paUYbd .ace a emeb Iw fe.r wu.11h .... "
This Feb. II 1038 :
,. In the N..e.ted Lrde .,.. '
4 estead, Florida I 'sn'sonser' ae.pri.dk a .wepaper ...1....... N ....I E. B. LEATHERMAN, Cleik \
&113 jZHo[ >i I 0...... .... ....... of Circuit Court By r J.
i Marsh I. I"'
Could, Deputy Clerk.Circuit .
R'. B LKATRERIArl. Clerk
__ I
ClmH Co.rt. *. M. SWIFT' ( Court Seel) I 'fI
Dreary C...... Henry Behrem, '
: WHERE FROST IS REMOTE I ,CIRCUIT COURT SEAL, I Solicitor for Plaintiff
6rc.
J.I I i-::. ..: for F1.latis. I (Fee 21, 21; Mast, 11, 20)



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4 I Par Twelve THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday. March 6. 1936., ::;. ,

Public Amazed at Fine Furniture 1 Homeatead and another of r-I Homestead Methodist First Aid Coarse WillBeGircnTwiceftWec
wood Thee Included
I To Start Revival SundayRevival
I'! Displayed by Manual Training Boys! from Mexico, Honduras, BruU. i
Pens Chile West Africa South: services wilt begin at A coMre In lint aid tad ft |
Africa, IDcI I, EnfJaKt, Italy
saving sponsored by thai 1 Us
t (Continued From Page On) Rut of Homestead bas a roundtable China Japan, the Philippines. the Homestead Methodist Church Red Cress under the
r.. tonal roor-poeter design and: and I lamp. Walter Flahar Dutch Last Indies, Hawaiian Islands Sunday; with the Rem. 3 t Whit- dlrertto <
choir evidence .f very careful I of Redland dlplaj two table Barbados Cuba and Andaman worth a* the evaojBBkt. the Rev.A. Mr*. Kthtyn NwiWtt FERA
and accurate work. HI bedside lamp and tevbta Greenwood of h1et.ADoUWt. A. Koeitiine, pastor, announced nasty nurte wUJ b< held
table to match I* also on dicplay.Donald. the lime school stows a Beat end educational exhibit ;yeiterday. Tuesday at TJa p. m sad
} a Radland Msh tehaol! table The revival eervke win be held
tt comprises tamplef the five true Friday at > a. m. m the gar
boy ha mad enough line ,...- There were 1I\IIII11111\11u.r piece mahofanlet together with a down daily for the next two week, anda Farmer club house
ture to furnish his room. In point too numerous to mention. or ao tabs one generally folateden Invitation I* extended on Roil
of neatness and finish and accuraey The mechanical drawing plates the public at real mahofany. all Mr. KoertKne uld. ICrome avenue.PAUL'S .
l' In following designs., his work exhibited were a plate showing The board ha a clear explanationof
a I* not surpassed' by any of the screw and thread form by Joe the difference. between true mahogany
piece' Oauama, an intersection plate by and fake This It don
Earl Smith. another experienced Otha Hackler and I drawing of not to advert: mahogany but to BOAT SUPPLY
( Homestead boy ha a very pretty two locomotive by: Rudolph enlighten a public which I II being
chest inlaid with .Un wood and Youn* Other drawings exhibitedwere continually "gypped" by; buying )a
i ebony. Earn Duncan Phyff sewing I by Clarence Froicher: and o-called mahogany that I* tome MARINE HARDWARE
table, handsomely carved and Buddy nttpatrtck. This if the hardwood stained and called mahogany
Inlaid, with 1U drop leave, addscharm tint year of mechanical drawing by a slick manufacturer YACHT & BOAT BUILDERS SUPPLIES
to the display room. I In the Homestead school and It 1* Mr. Rice laid "The Mahogany
Ed Pactttl, Homestead school hoped that the Redland boy may Aaaadatlon this year hat started :,
exhibited a William and Mary have the advantage of a drawing giving copyright label to the makers
dressing table. Toil piece chow course next year. of genuine mahogany furniture -
that Ed bat I promlilni future In On a board In the exhibit are 70 ," Mr. Hire said, "an when you 260 S. W. 6th Street Miami Fla. 'i)
I
woodwork If be stays with It, Mr. samples of native wood growing I buy mahogany furniture from now I IJ
Rice aald. Ed. also baa a small within a radius of 20 mile of on. ak for the label
sewing itana.Duke .
Writ and Rufus Sullivan I jUUI 1I111IIIIIJI"lIIlIlIlIIlImItIllIlJlnUrrrrmn 111111 II II IIlIjJll IllUli.1,1 II 11111 II II,"jJ'llIllUl U'III".II.III.IIIIIIIIIIIIIII'11I11I1II11111I111'11I111111 1"1.11I"11"11"11I"1111"11"\\" '
each art showing a cedar chest
I
neatly flnlihed. Gordon Thomp- : Chase & Sanborn Dated Sunlight : ,;
JOA,another food Redland boy has
'
delightful magazine and read- Country RollBUTTER
tag table. Xa addition, be exhibit CoffeeSouthern
: copy ot an early American candle d "
atand Ed Hlckmn of Redland ;
had a banjtnj watt book rack anda
round table to addition to a lb.- Z5c
----
limit end table. : :
Clayton Lehman of Homestead
j high ball an easy chair of Ciruel- '" --- The ----- 3fC
,
leo wood from Hondura The oth- Lady '
er chairs In the exhibit are I vase
back, from an original antique by '
Jack Emma,and modem straight Salad Dressing Saturday Specials Georgia Beef
i chair by Earl: Rohrer, who are
J both Homestead boy Harvey
;
STEAKSanycutlb.23c tqts.
Cloth Bag Daisy .

-- -- -25C
fOR EGGS NEXT L
WINTER FEED Ml SUGAR MILK '
FulaPEPGROWING
MilfordVhite or Yellow
< MANs

NOw ; CORN2Np.2cans25c 10 Ibs. S2C 3 tall cans .20c Sliced

i .

POTATOES I Irish lOlbs.Cobblers 41c B. Bacon ; ':


r r

I WilmarPeanut FLOUR'Pillsbury S.c lb.34c !
II '

II I ] Butter Georgia Beef ;


I j 1.lb.jar---17c SNOWDRIFT 3 lb. can S3c CHUCK ROAST \


THE RIGHT FEED !
Assorted Flavors 17c:
lb. -- --
IS IMPORTANT : Bronson'aMustard Jel-aert 6 Pkg 4SC

Put your pullet chicks on Ful.!1';
O.p'ep Crowing Math and feed!i TOMATO KETCHUP 2Ig. bottles 25c Smoked
plenty' of grain.
fol.!I SAUSAGE21bs.
This feeding program U Premium
lowed by successful poultrymtn' : qts. - .ISc Crackers 1-lb. pkjr. .6 C ;
for the development of big,strong
21bs. 25c
framttlt weD grown pullet wilt : GOLD Plain or Self Rising --- j
'vitality to stand np tinder heavy : Far "est' <
egg production. g 121b.bag bag Fresh GroundHAMBURGER

IFT k O HASH PI" FRESH PRUNES Flour 2S 45c 85 !


Xo.2Z can 1Z1/2C Fancy Whole Grains ,
RICE
a unlorm.eQee-: j ZSc
lbs. lb.j igcIlockless :
". --- -
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containing*)and other.,! I j La Famosa CrushedPineapple CALF LIVER, lb. 32c


....*completely which; CHEESE Daisy Z5c PICNIC HAMS
lUCid body lb. ;,

,ratio. iNo.2can--! I4C I
: Tomatoes 4 NO. 2 cans Z5c lb.23C
[
Hector Supply Co. : Mother's Oven ServeOATS


Homestead Fla. Smoked Bacon Georgia Ib. 25c PORK Boned and HAMS Rolled i




tiNLY1r4 : lg. pltg.--- .5 LARD 3 Bulk Ibs. 39c lb.------ 241C ,f

W KEY
.iliNlrill.>i: 1 Hose Brand Boneless Butts Beef, Lamb or Pork Boned and RolledCHIPPED I


IN Thus THC weal USNi BEEF WHITE BACON STEW Lamb Star : ,

: -'- f2.ozgass
.1 110ee01.16 It.adaMaNtoe
toe ) --loC ib. I5c :lee Ib.-------Zge
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