The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00063
 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 13, 1936
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00063
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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-AVOCADO MEN I Rural Fire Control Unit Proved I'MAN'S SKULL FRACTURED ;

: Efficient in Grove Section Fires I ,

tank can be refilled from: any rock
I went obtained for the Redland District pit or well near the seen ot the

by County Commissioner H fire by the same pump which I*
L. Cook proved efficient in put- used to shoot th water on tile fire

FOR PARLEY ting out two tint in the grove section through a 20o-foot hoc*. .
! I last week, shortly after It had future Farmers of Both Redland
been stationed at the Redland and Homestead will organic to I i

I Farm Ute School in charge of assist in fighting farm and grove 1 ,

Controlled Marketing' b Maaair RobertsDriver fire with the sew unit TkHdv TIlE WEATHER Auto Limit Against Pak

f I Robert reported that the chapter under M A. Baker,
Object of Cuban land 200 Feet From Seen
j 200-gaUo tank ot the adapted has yeutba ready to g, cut with COM MOw n..rl tl IK*aM.-plal
ConferenceCharles i I IlI'IOtorirMlP ) outfit held rwrngh Mr. Robert whenever a aH bx *. gMnlH'm Sui>... HiaiitM6ate .. f'IorWa. or Cram

i water for the two and a half houn I I'I salved and the Homestead chapter IMaTMlifBaTTitaKSoTiT! I
Pratt, president of the required to put out a rather wide- Everet Easton. ot Miami and '
I under George W.kefleld will furnish Mar, __ 10
,: Florida Avocado Exchange: and 'I spread grass fin near Princeton I.' boys whenever notice of a fire Mar T II 63 JO.02ID New York City, was la a critical

i John R.Mather,manager of South on Wednesday ot bat --. The la received. Fire fighting part Mar I .,. H .0' condition last night in Post Graduate (
Florida Grower, will leave for'' hospital with
\ a possible fractured
'I of tile required Future Farmer Mar 9 10 15 21.80 .11
Havana tonight to represent tit! skull and sever bruises' '
: training. Mar 10 10 15 .TS I.81
Florida Avocado Association ia a:125 TO 40 PER CENT suffered when: the car he was ",
'. The rural fire control unit can Mar II 160 54 .05
f conference with the Cuban Ship- 121U3: driving north on South Krone '
be reached the Red- ,
by telephoning Mar 12 80 | W "
pen Association tomorrow to the : avenue at T:JO p. m. struck: a truck ao
d : land school, U20. The driver will
hope of working out an arrange OFSEASOPfSCROPLEFT parked In front of the Western
be from 7 to *
on duty a m. p. m.
marketing: :/ After that hour a call at his house Union office and careened and
ROTATE In Goulds or a telephone call to COUNCIL ACTS TO skidded about 200 feet to land
The action taken by the Avocado Grove Patrolman Frank Irwin In against a telephone pole In front
Association's board of director of the Armour rertllU-r
R Co. Easton -
Homestead, M4-W. will bring the BAN UNSIGHTLYCAR
o :yesterday was in response to Intimation Will thrown from the car to the
Harvesting May Extend truck to the scan of a tin a* ,
from the Cuban ship sidewalk. The car was completely

'' pers that they would welcome such, Into May Due to Rain, i get quickly it then.a* either one notified can JUNK{ YARDS wrecked. ; 01" i

'I a conference. Unrestricted ship Some Believe I From a driver's license found .
I ping of avocados in recent :yean: In his pocket it was learned that '_ "
, b i has resulted In an unprofitable,I !alton'. Miami address Is 2552 '\
. t market condition, and the Cuban From S3 to 40 per cent of the I P. O. INSPECTOR Resolution for $41.000 Job S. W. 18th St. and his New York

.' avocado interests are ready: to discuss original ntn:1 I on Light and WaterLines address Is 3M W. 34th St. .
?. measures to remedy the situation ,I toes in the Passed
, l it was Aid yesterday.The I City and Highlands will be bar COMING TO STUDYBUILDING I

'I lifting of tariff restrictions i i! vetted' it no more rain tally Im-: HARPER ISSUES
by the trade agreement mad with (mediately and the weather con- DATAC. Place where second hand mot- ,

Cuba early in the Roosevelt Administration -, tines cool for a few days, according I or vehicle or other machineryart
puts a flood of Cuban 11,I to opinions obtained after sur-I disassembled or taken apartor WRITTEN ORDER
had been made of the parts thereof collected, are
avocado on the United State*i, rays damageI i
:< done by the continuous rain of of C. Efforts Get Ac- Junk yard and must be completely
markets at the peak of the Florida I
: I season. The consequent la that:I Monday and Tuesday I tion: New Phones and enclosed by a wU built, well TO CLEANUP CITY f fI

r neither! Florida or Cuban shippers I County Agent C. H. Stafford last I Rates Sought .. 'painted building having a substantial '
can make any moneySILVERMAN. night said that with favorableweather roof' according to an ordinance I Violations -j
i I which was given its first and Reported Verified .
he believed that M to 40 An Inspector will be sent to
per cent of the original crop wouldbe Homestead to survey the needs In second reading at an adjourned by Under Cover ,
IS meeting of the Homestead
harvested In marketable condition I city
connection with for Man
requests construction -' Says MayorFacts
council ,
Tuesday night
despite the deluge of middle
of a post office building!
{ NEW MAYOR OF February and the rain this week here according to a letter from!, o..lanecI11117' to ...frllardthe : ascertained by sn undercover
Williams Brothers packing in S. W. Purdham, fourth assistant' residential sections of the city
I the old Royal Palm Trucker shed.estimated against the establishment of Junky man sworn M a special 1
read at
postmaster general a i policeman
by Mayor Che T.
CITY that JO per cent of their of the Redland District looking used car lots in their
meeting ,
| FLORIDA Harper for last
Saturday might,
original crops, which include 275 Chamber of Commerce Wednesday I midst define a junk yard a* follow substantiated reports of gambling
r"i .Cl'eI. of tomatoes, would be harms '
nightThe and other law
Geronimo :Mrs. M and vested. They said that ,oadwedherma1kt1OunpwDlep I violations and resulted
fA ers letter we addressed to T.E. 'Any place where second hand In the police bulletin Issued

New Council SwornIn Kirby, vice-chairman of the motor vehicle, including trucks, Wednesday, Mr. Harper said yeeterday -
duce and lengthen the season Into dlam-I I
Tuesday Night May C. W. Little thought the ber's post office building boilers trailers and motorcycles, engines, The special policeman, the
or other
machinery -
tee, who forwarded any disclosed H. M.
recently cop I mayor was Cibbs
remaining yield might be as high
whether engines, boiler\
Morris Sllverman, retired merchant Continued le* of a resolution' setting forth I i iHomestead's whom nomination to tile police
( on Page Eight)
or tanks, are adisassembled or taken
and farmer of Florida City. need for the building| fort the council rejected last r
'i I
t was elecW701' of that town In I to Postmaster General Farley apart or part thereof collected, week on the ground of Inexperi
i i whether for resale a* collected: or
Senators and Trammel
the biennial municipal election
TO TRY TO GET I II r for resale of parts thereof or
q held there Monday Mr*. Flora and Congressman Mark Wilcox. Mayor Harper's bulletin which
D. Myers was re-elected clerk and Mr Wilcox said that Homestead I whether for use, and where cans, be mud yesterday would he his

Wm. J. Geronimo was re-elected MAILHEREEARLYENOUGHFOR name had been placed last year on I I'I bottles, jugs or other containers, method of transmitting ordee lit i
marshal !I the list of towns eligible for consideration scrap iron, sheet metal or other there could be no misunderstanding -
: materials' whether
scrap iron or

Elected: to the town council were by the committee on sheet metal or alibis. requested the police .
Charles. Clinton, Lloyd Dicta. F. RFD new post office buildings. He said I| sate are collected' for storage chief to clean up gambling, :k
B. Leluinge*. Robert W.. MuUlna that he would do all in his power' use or enforce the liquor laws, rid the
Fred Robertson J. H. Simmons to further Homesteads cause I Filter to enclose the junk yard town of prowlers and prevent ry

and D. B Snew. Defeated) council Miami's P. O. Will Co-op- Senators Fletcher and Trammel with a aiding M specified In the truck from parking In front of r
3 candidates were Jesse Caves wrote that they would do whatever ordinance would be punishable business house on Flaglrr and ;
erate for Better Ser- I
Ray Goodlng and B. B. Pullen. they could In the matter. by a fine not exceeding $210 orImprisonment Krome avenues He ordered that .19

r 5 Th new offken and councilmen vice, Lions HearTh Mention was made in some of the I not exceeding 89 Policeman W. IL Sykes, who has
of Florida City> were swan messages that a resolution in be- days, or both according to the had the night patrol of colored

_ in Tuesday night following the RJPJX Inspector at the MI. half of a Homestead post office I ordinance. Policeman S. F WIn '
[ last meeting of the old council ami post office will try: to arrangeto building had also been received I Another resolution required asa n.1aan duty at night f f

Mayor Silverman was sworn in send mail on the morning! trackto from the Homestead Rotary Club. I preliminary to receiving the first white section switch their beat.

r I by Mr. Gerodimo, who I 18 a notary Homestead early enough *a the The secretary read the Rotary I (Continued on Page Eight) (Continued on Page Two) I
: public and the mayor then administered total rural carrier can carry: it resolution which at the suggestionof I

: tile oath el .. :, to the the same day It arrive If he will the chamber had been likewise:
- clerk, marshal and councilman. wait a little longer than he doe< sent to all those contacted. by the Three Public Parking Areas Will t

t la hart ddrrsi, Mr. 8Ih....- now Sam J.. Davis ot the Lions dultfIbar oomrnittmL II'
mea. snmbac of the council from mail committee. toM u.-dab at (Continue on Pall Four Relieve Saturday Night Congestion

IM4 to 192*, expressed his appre- 1U meeting Tuesday night

dulcet of the honor bestowed upon The Inspector said It would be StcfTani Off to Study I i
f Tare parking area to relieve west of Central Service 8ta\1_.
him by his fellow citiien and said Impossible to put on another car
New Citrus AgreementCounty form the biggest oru.ekla
that he would do all In his power rier Mr. Davis said. U L. Ooley Saturday night congestion la the I .
This and a section of vacant -
during his term of office to prove Aid Postmaster Hill ot Miami said shopping tone of Homestead are Ii Ii.rtaa.
Agricultural Agent C. property; west *f and in barkof
himself worthy of their confidence ha would try to work oat a _\1101 H. SteBanl will leave today for being prepared this week under the Odd Fellow building en
(Continued on Pap Five) (Continued on Pag* tight)
I Lakeland where a conference of I the direction of Street Committeeman Tint Street have already been : .'
r I all county agent will be held regarding B. W. Morris who obtained dragged and tM trash burned. I

Joint Ministerial Committee Gets I the citrus marketingagreement authorization to have such work The third parking let will b* the "
J'' t tentatively approved by don at in adjourned meeting of vacant corner property opposite t

Strict Slot Regulations in Miami\ Secretary of Agriculture Wallaceon I the city council Monday night The I the Redland Hotel Flatter avenue
March 10. The county agents; county Is furnishing the machinery and Mowry street When the i

wilt prepare themselves at this; and labor and the city fum- dragging and trash burning I* ,

"' Unqualified endorsement of a Ministerial Association which was conference to return and explainthe label the gas and oil for the machinery completed the ground will be

t referendum on slot machines, and appointed after the Redland Dto provisions of the agreementto 'I rolled. '

opposition to all ether forms of I Met ministers proposed the referendum Il'VWll'lIa a series of meeting, A block of vacant Iota fronting Mr Morris said that the work Is f

J' .gambling Dad County was contained movement to the Miami I conducted to accordance with west on First Avenue between being don In the Interest of eliminating ,

I ..' In a resolution adopted Association last week. plan made by the University of!northwest : : unsightly unsanitary mos
Monday by the Joint committee of The resolution provide also for Florida Agricultural extentton i i quito breeding place a* much al f
the Greater Miami Ministerial Association I appointment of a committee to service of which the county agents I other strip of vacant lot on See- In the Interest of more parkin .
and the Redland District I 1 I I (Continued on Pap Four) are a part 'I t end street extending to the riley facilities.f .


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Page Two THE LEADER ENTEnPRISE Friday, March 13, 1936. i

i Dr. John Snell Taken I viveJ also by his wife and seven I mendations made by the club service that a ladles night. be held once
HARPER ISSUES I children In Soochow, Ida father, L. committee for Improved programs : every three months J. R Brooks,
| Suddenly by Pneumoniai M Snail, who reside in Miami., I and attendance Among chairman of the committee. was '
and five brothers who reside in those adopted was the suggestion j in charge
i I cablegram received by L. L various parts of the country
Chandler Wednesday of last week I Dr. Snell visited with his relative -
CLEAN UP CITY I advised that .me wet. Dr. John in Dade County about three
SnriL M to M rears phyaiejBai In year ago.Rotes Green Lantern: Restaurant:
charge of the M. E. Church South I ADJOINING HOTEL BEDLAVD
(Continued From Page One) nuasionary hospital In Soochow,i Hold Primary Western T-Bone Steak Dianer Me Chicken Dinner lie
la nominating Gibhs far the fore: i China, had died suddenly of pneumonia I Relater Dinner Me Vegetable Plate See
last week Mayor Harper said: and would be buried In To Nominate Officersi I AU Kind ef Home-made Sandwiches
Oibbs was to be given pye' position China. I Inns
and Pye wu to get Syce's Dr. Snail i* a brother Of Mrs. The Homestead Rotary Club
)ob, thus putting Syke off the Sam J Davis of Homestead and of I I
force. Mr Chandisr-a mother, Mrs. A. L Domination
Mr. Harper's bulletin, addressed Cbindler, who left Soochew on a Wednesday noon In Legion hall
to Police Chief O. H. Sullierbatim .... leisurely return hem bf way of I I Result were not tabulated at the HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOP
\ : the Holy Land after a vWt of nearly I meeting but will be announced
)L I). JICOBSEN, Prop.
three year sells her brother next week
i "At our last regular eauneimeetinc l
remark won aaade and Ms ttmOf. J-k.W in aeodtkMMb | TIle meeting this week was devoted 10 X, F..nw Avenue Phone llt-J
by when dkl Mt He fc ..,- to consideration of reeom-
council that police faro ted wt
been given order to dean up city:
by mayor. From remarks they
mutt have meant dMa up gentling
in pool rooms and other 95 /
places tee that beer, liquor MK eouzjor
wine are not sold without party ,
citing tame ha* proper Ueenae."Commencing .

at once you will
please tighten down the lid, top
such practice as it seems that
such matter have been ttttto sleek
t\ .
,. r- >
last couple: year, and in order to l
' ..
; do this you will place Policeman
I Pie in position now held by Policeman
Syke. place Sykes In poel-
tion now held by Pye and instruct
::1' them get busy and dean up totenuisance
at once ai am anxious to
show council that tame can be
[ done. At tune time Inetrort u-
f patrol both white and colored resident
section city, keep prowlers
a..y. as have had report of Me 2
I that certain sections have best r
wiled by prowlers.
Am also receiving complaint
utx'.: Urge truck parking in front
I,uM, -e house, blocking traffic
n I ' Let get behind thY and have
these truck park on tide streets at
all timed both day and night
but nut last complaint lot 1-1
plains about dog mo
people. yards, destroying flowers
etc Please fet after this and
when find dog without Ueenae tag
pick up dog unless owner wUlln /; I
to go. buy license for said dog ordogs. ,

Before closing would like to
say that I had rather tee slot 4
machine operate in Homesteadthan '
way some gambling is goingon
in certain pool rooms, to let'
all put our shoulders to the wheel

once and "clean up our little city at in the only car in ale lover price range with the

In accordance with a postscript
attached to the bulletin. Chief Strt- FAMOUS KNEE-ACTION RIDE
118i8'll'Cl It and had the two
other police officer sign In tax....
provided on the paper for their
igruture Mr Sullivan said yesterday

he would carry out the NEW PERFECTED 1& I. important to go places com- IMPROVED GLIDING
mayor's orders to the beet of Ms HYDRAULIC BRAKES 4w It i important to BIDE
ignobly, just a* KNEE-ACTION
ability and instruct bin men to do ...acsw.c.a
the same Pye and Sykes switched lboobi....... ..5f-A.neMlael) n.sostssea go swiftly safely and economically the weodtMf,semi fide ./sN
beat Wednesday night ms semi sad .seethed ever...,.,., And Chevrolet for 1936 maintain it* title of

the only complete 1ow-P;<
Free Christian Science car in it*price r8 rewlthtbef.mouaKnl't-'tlon
Lecture Here Sunday .e-p Gliding_ Ride*-the most comfortable known.
lour Chevrolet dealer believe that on. ride
.. ,. MX M* SMohM sad cwnfxtafch toM
-"f ago""'f" "
A free lecture on Christian SOen.v i* worth a thousand words. He invite you to ever geared hr e fovarfcW nr

will be given Sunday afternoon ride in the new Chevrolet at your earliest con
at t:IS o'clock In the Nave
HICnCOMPRESSIONVALVEINHEAD venience. Just so you'll know how much more
King Cooper School auditorium SHOCKPROOF STEERING
t>%' Paul Stark: Seeley, C. S. B, ENGINE comfortable it i* on any road and at any speed. asking tfrMn* our sod ,.,..
member of the board of ride will also that than before
lecureship The same prove Chevrolet -
.Mee ..... perfs with
of the mother church the First :. ass ga" end of for 1936 is safer, more spirited and more thrilling
Church of
Christ Scientist in
Bo*ton. to drive than any other thrifty car. ALL THESE FEATURES

The public Is cordially invited to Because Chevrolet i* the only car in it* price AT CHEVROLET'S LOW PRICES

attend New M-Savln range with New Perfected Hydraulic Brakes, UP. Uot.-

67. G.MJLC. TIME Solid Steel one- .ace Turret Top, High-Compres i 4 9 SAND.""o::::."-"" M""

PAYMENT PLAN MOIl Valve-in-lead Engine and many other Sm. -.........,"' s:: +

Let Us portent feature See and rid in this car-todayOIE / =: ww a ".::..::::: ="i"::
Cs 0-.10(, 1M d.Sncsd pricIO 1'1- MWi1e..d ....... shop ..dhow saw
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Wood Work Car c7 e oiwtj coinjp&& tnv r eL cote

Body Fender Repairs

Tope and Trimming CHEVROLETBird

Seat Covers


Art's Paint Shop Chevrolet CompanyPhone .

Homestead, Fla.

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Friday, March 13 1936. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Ps" Throe

; art Lamar MM] Hubert Horton, colored have one. Mr. Peyser conducts! Rack Harbor at I.JO: p. 1ft. aDd
Manual Furniture at Fair I
:l Training charging with fighting was:I services at Miteoun at 11 a. m.,I| Tertar at ':80 p. m.
continued until tonight The case
Labeled First Mahogany Exhibit s
i I lot Pat Cameron, charged with
--- being drunk, will be tried tonight i
I On the manual training piece crenels. This It this African mahogany o&o :' -
In the Homestead and Redland which comet from the 1 /1\

: high school exhibit at the Dade west coast of equatorial Africa. Death Takes Florida NOTHING COOLER i
County Tropical Fair Friday were This tree products moat of the
> City Resident at Age 81
the first of and furniture.
placed the copyrightlabels veneer for piano FOR UNDER THE BUM "
made by the Mahogany Association -
"No one cm distinguish the 1
I Inc., of Chicago, for woods definitely of the various Geo. B. Maynard, 81 "'l'Io1d,I
pieces of genuine mahogany. true mahoganies without consideration ''died In the Dade County; hospital
This I* the first genuine all of the botanical feature of Tuesday after a short Ulnce He
mahogany exhibit that I have the tree except at the Forest Products was a farmer and a resident of
ever seen," said Geo N. Lamb, laboratories or at Yale university I Florida City for the past 16 years
secretary of the association and where they have thousandsof He was born In Greenville, Ky.
author of "The Mahogany Book", true-to-type microscopic specimen Funeral arrangements in charge
who brought the labels to Homestead *. Any one can be shown ,. of Turner Funeral Home are Pending
"In fact, I believe It Is the how to Ml the truo tram the falsein from a daughter, Mrs R. G .
first all mahogany exhibit ever a very short time with a hand i Sheldon of Greenville. He Is survived -
held. By 'all mahogany' I mean lense by two other daughters Miss
just what the words say Every "The furniture made by the students -i i Daisy Iola Maynard of North
part of these pieces of furniture of Redland and Homestead Carolina and Miss Pearl Maynard

I* made of mahoanY-flot Just schools In this display was made I I of Alabama. <
the part that show. In commercially from the true mahogany, Swietenla -I y
/ made furniture the ides h None has been Pianos Needed on Keys
and bottom of the drawers and stained; the color of the real wood Church
For ServicesIf
various other hidden part are cannot be Improved by staining I FLO R fin 121 ni -
made of cheaper wood." Furniture factories always stain
Mr. Lamb became Interested In their products so that each piece: anybody has an extra pianoor
Florida mahogany two ;years ago will be exactly the same color and one that Is no longer needed YI
from a correspondence with C. H. so that they can substitute cheaper where It is, he can bring happinessto AIR CONDITIONED SHOESWhen
RIce, local teacher of manual woods for the less conspicuousparts the people of the Florida Keys
training, who has achieved fame and because the public Is area stricken by the storm last
for himself and his department .accustomed- buying stained September by donating It for

through the expert use of our native work. Another reason for the dark church services at Matecumbe, if. 80 in the shade, relax .
mahogany. Mr. Lamb and Mrs. finish Is that imperfections In manufacturing Tavernier or Rock Harbor, L. L. C
Lamb were guests of Mr. and Mrs. processes can be easily Peyser, of Homestead, who serves and-)oythe comfort Ilonheim
Rice several days, and spent some bidden with a dark finish. The as pastor of those places, said yes

time deep sea fishing while they highest class custom-made furni- terday. ventilated shoea. Yoi/11 find
were seeking specimen of Swle ture of mahogany is not, as a rule, The first regular Sunday services -
tenia mahagani on the keys. finished with stain. elect the hurricane were inside.
Fact about "There are over two hundred held last Sunday at Matecumbe in them 20 degrees codes };
mahogany not
', substitutes or fakes that are sold the parsonage without Instrumental -
known the
general public are
'I fas mahogany In the world. The accompaniment of any kind.
summed up by Mr. Rice a* follows -
The church
most common substitute in AmerIca building was destroyed $8.75
: I I I la the so-called Philippine mahogany In the hurricane and no sign 0
"There are of the piano has ever been found.
five.maholanle'j It Is not a real mahoganynor ,
-rno more. ,I I is it In any way related to Three pianos really are needed Also a Complete Sport Line of
brown colored woods rather line mahogany Mr. Poyser said, as neither Rock

grained. Some are very heavy, "Information on mahogany may Harbor nor Tavernier churches FORTUNE SHOES
and hard, weighing up to fitly be obtained from the U. S. Forest I I
pounds per cubic foot, while others Products Laboratory or the Ma-
run a* light a* thirty pounds $4.00di
hogany Association, Inc., of Chicago I I GLASSESwill
per cubic foot The natural col- and New York."
,, or of mahogany lumber varies
from a light salmon pink to a I 4 POLICE COURT I make., life
wine red. The wood rapidly J. 'T. Hubert
Pitte, Goldstein easierfor
darkens on exposure to light and I and Louts Sunday, all colored, Dept. Stores
after a hundred years It may be
I i charged with being drunk, forfeiti those with detective
the dark
chocolate color seen on i ed $} cash bonds In city court conducted vision See

real mahogany antiques. There|i by Mayor C. T. Harper Next to Post Office ANo North Krome Ave.
are no white mahoganies, no brown
I I Monday night. Jethro Brown, also DR. M. C. 1IOTTOPTOIETRIST
and black
mahoganies no mahoganies. colored, was given a sentence of
I : ,
These 'rare woods'produced ere $:s or five days In jail for disorderly -
by the skillful use of conduct I It McCrory Arcade .-" .. .- .. -.
stains, and In most cases the woodsso I The cases of Paul Gaston, Rob- ,. ". .
treated bear as much relationship '
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to genuine mahogany as does

birch or gum. I ,. ...... ,,
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"Four of the true mahoganiesare I NOW
found in the Americas or the 1
/Islands of the West Indies. Theseare I
listed as follows:
"1. Swletenla mahagani, Florida
'madeira', Cuban 'caoba'. This is
the original mahogany, the tree
and wood that was first classifiedby I tTheV8 :1
science. It grow on the lower ( is the coming Car for
tip of Florida, the Bahama Cuba, :
\i Honduras and the Central AmerlCBS. .
i_ It Is our native mahogany.
"2. Swletenla macrophylla. It try
J' grows in Central America and of American :'
Mexico and la the most widely the majority Drivers"t'
used commercial true mahoganyfrom
.. these countries.
".. Swieteala humili which .
grows in the Central American ( .<* tkrtt.mt cog, +ty jay el 4a,. + *}))); t,

r' countries and northern South
America. I

"4. Swieteala clrrhata. This i
comes from the western coasts of
South America."S. irOM ate way owe ..*sr sew ,.d V-8 has beeolr FORD V-8's SOLD

r Swletenia khaya or kba.IY. a W ear. mi ho eafoej a gstaM popular

AM IN ..-*..-.. Actual is.*..> kept by owncss. In"1932 *.. We peed be v-r. nmarihaMi se aces, year after

NEWT G. BALL ,... Today-IMS dun few yean Irons k*beginning-

Rotary Public this tar Us 'beoeoM the work)'*.....ee es. In 1933 *.fltv..K-&OL2. 342,569

1 t: FnUt ISSCHANCH AND We UtttOy fade you to ride fa sod drive the finest andmost

I i iW BMTDHED LINE economical Ford car ever btuk-the pest new in ISM..m.L'.a- 673,197

M A. lucre Af*. Ford V-8 for 1936. Do ic today. '_.
Yaw Fred DIIIIw

W. Maxwell SmithINSURANCE I 025 AMONTHW. "Woo in 1935 : a e 1,064,118.

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mane I...- IOll'lee "" :': In 1935 the Ford V-8 led all makes 1'i
la McCrory Arcade
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.or. ....... ...... in total registrations of i -new passenger
.. t.r
.east ae t'
Edward StilingReal ;R-ewmsesuwa.:n... -A.gone"Md" 0 cars -light commercial units ,

and-new trucks.
General Insurance

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ENTERPRISE' Friday March 13 1936.

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t', Published Friday it Homestead HolUster Sage I Strict Slot Regulations in MiamiContinued

JTa. by ihe South Dade -.-... COMING TO STUDYBUILDING

Publishing Ce. Our forefathers landed on a I ( From Page One) chinos we go on record as opposed -

i BEN ARCHER Editor rocky 'unpromising shore at the work out detail and secure Information to all other forms of gambling DATAContinued
M beginning of a severe winter, a. to procedure.The legalized or otherwise, as openly
, gathered stones, cut down the forest In the
practiced In Dade County
EnUred as MMHMl .Us* own Miami members of the Joint
and hewed Umbers. With ( From Page One
Matter March 5. 191Z, at the pout committee went before a meeting past )
: efface "U--'".florid. blades their bare hands and muscles of the Miami city commissioners "RESOLVED FURTHERMORE On motion by J. 3, McLendon
tile act ef March I. 1171.I hardened by toil they made homes Tuesday called at the requestof that a committee be appointed to the chamber voted to request the
: { for themselves and their posterity and all Florida State railroad
the committee, and proposed a work out detail secure commission
Could you and I 410 this if we had In regard to to Me that the antiquated
: SUB PRICE.: f&M A YEARGOD'S regulatory ordinance requiring all needed Information crank
to? Even!: It we are not looking
lilt telephone
I slot machine players to register, the procedure"Signature equipment In the
. : LOVE TO ME for a white collar fob, have we before operating the machines, and to the resolution Included Redland District be mode-Bin
enough of that braw, constructive those of the Redland District by the Southern Bell
requiring that all machine pad Telephone:
: By Win J. Carter, D. D.
ability 1o conquer a raw area of of the committee and Telegraph Co., and to
-' off 79 per cent of their take, that members Joint order
Of height enormous, depth tm- sterile land build a complete, ar- pay-off odds be pasted on each the Rev. A. A. Koestline, president lower Kales of rate here. Preil
I ., fathomed length beyond _ree. tiatie,modern hone on It and force machine and that machine be not I of the Redland District Ministerial dent Ben Archer appointed Mr. '
Of wideness more than all the it to blossom and smile with dozens close rthan seven feet from the I Association, and the Rev.C. McLendon O. B. Parker and Herman ".

world, and girth mot than the of the choice trees and plants door of the place where operated.The N. Walker, secretary. Other Marks a committee to take '.,,'
sea, that are native to this tropical city commission adopted all signatories were Dr. J. L. White, the matter up with the commie

S Of fullness more than satisfies, so region tArthur of the committee recommendation chairman of the committee; Dr. ion.
li Thy love to me. J. VanMarter of Homestead i with the exception of the one J. C. Pelgrim president of the The committee appointed to request
and Ithaca N. Y, has done to requqlre registration of play. Greater Miami Ministerial Association remarking of parking line
Thy pretence light the darkest aU this the present winter on i en, because a similar provision, ; Dr. R Z.Taylor Dr. Glenn on downtown streets of Homestead] '
night no gloom can there remain North Krome avenue, a mile or had resulted in a Fort Pierce ordinance C. James, J. II:. Johnston and L., was asked to appear before In-

so beyond the city line. Nor Is being held Invalid by a Lee Gaines. city council at it* next meeting.on .
Thine eye will guide the one who this delightful home his first venture I circuit court ,
trust, his steps Thou wilt maintain of the kind among us Situ-
ated now among orange and avocado The movement for a slot machine To Study How to Fight the need of world missions
referendum was started by Gambling in South Dade Mr. Adams and Mr. Koestlin-
And sorrow' darkest storms lead trees, reaes palms and oth- ,
the Redland District Ministerial
but to Thee, when thou dolt er exotics, he has practically "dug were appointed to arrange the
reign. It all out of the ground" by his Association after the Leader-En- Acommittte was appointed by, Easter Sunrise program for April
own exertions, unaided and alone terprise bad pointed out In an the Redland District Ministerial 12. Plan were furthered for a
No clouds can long exclude editorial that provision for county I district-wide Christian
Thy education
except for the approval encouragement I Association at a pot luck luncheon
mile of love but melt referendum on licensing the machines training school to be held In May.
away. and help given him by : meeting Tuesday at the home of,
1 Just af our trouble dissipate and Mrs. Van Marter between social Is provided for In the statute the Rev. and Mr. L. G. Adams, A pot luck luncheon waa enjoy.

leave a golden ray, duties I which Jeaalzedhem.. The Halnlin drive, west of Krome ave ed by: Rev. and Mrs. Walker, Rev
So doe Thy presence cheer our I The many friends of these hospitable resolution adopted by the Joint nue, to determine the best methods and Mrs. Geo. E. Deuel. Rev. and
committee follows
nights and brighten hearts each Empire State people know I Monday : of combatting gambling the Mrs. H. G. Cowan, Rev. and Mrs.

day of at least four more, perhaps "BE IT RESOLVED: I Redland District On this com- C H. Condon, Rev. and Mrs. Nelson

dozen, homes that they have virtually a'' "FIRST that the joint committee mittee are: the Rev. C. N. Walker,'I Rev and Mrs. M. A. Soper,
MILE created here, that are of the Greater Miami Ministerial the Rev. E. L. Nelson, the Rev. H. Rev and Mn. J. W. Porte Rev.

"Man who lack laughter or appremtlon > happily occupied excepting one I association and the Redland G. Cowan and the Rev. A. A. and Mrs. A. M. Vivian, Rev and
District Ministerial association
of comedy becomes a unfortunately burned. Every I go Koestline. Mn Harley B. Core, Rev and Mrs.
I on record as being unqualifiedlyin Miss Anna McGhle an evangelist Koestline and Rev L. L. Poyser.
machine i a frozen gesture and house that Mr. Van Marter ha
low-! his IndivIduality. John built la of the most substantial favor of referendum on slot from China who has made The next meeting will be a pot

Mason Brown. construction, with the thoughtever machines. several trips around the world and I I luck luncheon at the home of Rev
present of the possibility of I "RESOLVED second, that In addition la conducting a revival at the Red- and Mr*. Condon in Princeton on

FOR DROWSY DRIVERS AND heavy wind storms. The porches to our position on slot ma land Community Church, spoke I April 7.

LIGHT SLEEPERS and house corners are heavily buttressed ;

in a pleasing manner with 6). *LOn IDAr +
If you have trouble keeping concrete and our native rock reInforced llitJLI joy'traY fA

awake while driving your car in the most workmanlike

tense your muscles and grip the way, and the eaves gables and
steering wheel tightly That safety roofs are "tied" thoroughly -
suggestion developed from laboratory against the stress of storms. In ;:! M1 1

research la reported by the present house the porch floors WalDI-S 1JL''
Dr. Donald A. Laird, eminent pay. and floors of several rooms are \

chologlit in an article in the Rotarian made of smooth white concrete GANG 81805tvi"00 .

Magazine. and an inviting wide fireplace ,
"There la more widespreadneed adorn the living room.

however" he adds, "for The past week has witnessed a

knowing and acting upon the complimentary Jovial celebration or housewarming \ \! \ I

fact, that relaxation of at the new place, attendedby .Q
bath body and emotions hi amen- the following: Mr. and lira. 4f 't
tailor going to sleep and for getting E. G. Ditto of Homestead who
aound sleep. homesteaded the land on which

Among his suggestions for Mr. Van Marter built; Mr. and -ter
avoiding lumbering night are Mrs. C M. Stone of JUnby, M....
these: Wm. Bradley and Miss Mary
Bradley of Woodbury Conn.; the
"Si ce our akin sensations remain I
Rev. and Mrs. Leon Northrup of
awake except In the moat
Brooktondale, N. Y. Judson Pick-
profound sleep, we must watchto
ard of Nebraska; and the Rev. and I
keep our sleep from being disturbed -
Mrs. C. N. Walker, Mr. and Mrs.
fcy them. Night garments
T. D. Plche, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. I
which leave the shoulders exposed
Fitch, Mrs. Julia Polk and Mra.Cath..ln. .
to chill air make Bleep lIehter.----
Fidkard, all .f Borne-
cause tamperatum sensitivity stead
main ithrough practically all

aleep. And those garments which _____M"._
are aoMtrlcted at one point or Jingling.SawsBy
another also disturb sleep. ado *
By a Mhow TUspaafstfc
garments which are made fit _...... .....
any material Which has tendency 'GOV .
to due. A spicy tale Is going 'round W.SONOUQlt

"Siac our temperature senses Let's skip It

stay awake while'we ..'"Po -K-ta- This plea t* bawd ae logic _<<. .i I
natural that cold feet keep people Let's skip it

from going to sleep promptly, and The tale Itself may not be true,
even wake them up during the TIs not a kindly thing to do
Bight Hot water bottles flannel retail
or To gossip-" needless, too.
booties are not the things to we Let's okip 4t
It la beat to produce the warmth

from the) inside out by stimulating LAUGH IX OFF <& 94
the emulation. Rubbing briskly ( ADWOORC( (
under hot and then cold water will i Are you wonted In a fight

1 often e.ltmln.bt1111 little dls- Laugh It ol!. 1 9A68.1615
'. Are you cheated of your right 't '
turber."Dads which have lumps that Laugh it ol!. hl

press unevenly 'against our bodies" Don't make tragedy of trifle, Q t
Dr. Laird warns, "cause Ions Don't shoot butterfne with /

ef stsep. Watch for these especially riflesLaugh U..r\
if your springs and mattresses It oft Brother Balaam,
are I'QaI1lIuIQ five years Laugh it off!

old, and most especially If they "
were low-priced one to start Does jour work get Into kinks I .
with. Laugh It ol!.
"A bad can be too warm, a* well Are you near all sort of brink?
a* too cold. Work not yet completed Laugh it ol!. Largest of til American game birds< the WILD wit an dmlalsttatlon so full of political turmoil\
In the laboratory suggests If If* sanity you're after, TURKEY reaches a length of about four teat and intrigue a* that of GOVERNOR HARRISON,)

that the best bedroom tempera- There's no recipe light laugh and a weight ef twenty pounds. The sooth Florida REED during the reconstruction days following]

ture la between 80 degree and (0degree krLaugh species la distinguished from the northern chiefly the Civil War. Many of the older citizens of the >

Fahrenheit. It oft Brother Salaam by Ita darker east of plamag, and la consideredthe date were" disqualified from holding office and)

"Our stomach dee not sleep art Laugh it oil typical, Florida wild tark.,. Though once manly negroes were accordingly elected to "po4tions '

all ha continues, "it Just rests Anonymou exterminated over vast areas, this magnificent\ ef high responsibility, resulting in bitter

lightly. A bedtime lunch of \ .. bird to *>. fairly abundant m tie larger and Ing dissension and agitation. It.... daring'E/
foods which will not cause digestive ttons. Crackers and milk or cornflake
mere remote swamps due chiefly to the effort ef.ia period that the cession of West Florida to
distress is helpful in improving and milk are excellent
JUaU -Cam .Department bam lot .Pinjoq.dttllar LSJPage
deep the fin but of 1M Bigot] eagsaetettr the cere*] which sea tie .pus l wajjoateated.fl|
..tea'wslk lose >flrarr>rstos6.eeaihra t I Iola ".,lS a
b7'';postponing -JrengWMtnsjirae-.I' _

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Friday, March 13, 1936. THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE_ Pace Five

J. SILVERMAN IS tor oil and lubiioaaU,-add-H. J'; that any protudlng parts, well as ,mobile manufacturers in the coun- be used in every type of car with

: Lynch of Miami Beach, local district -i the differential housing, had to be I try, has developed new gear the utmost safety."

,:,; manager of the'Sun Oil Com- reduced la ..... This la turn made' lubricant called Tranaea, which I
NEW MAYOR OF pany. eoessary the smaller, more compact -, has won the approval of engineersand
In speaking of this co-operation, bjrpold para now found In motorists who have used it
} FLORIDA CITY he pointed out the act that today's many of the fitodera can Transep has the unique ability to
r sleek, streamlined oars would not Theas nigh speed faypald gears stay put It clings to the gear
be If teeth surfaces so tightly that it z .1
practical new and improved smaller and delivering the power
(Continued From Page One) lubricants had not been developed from the motor to the wheels, en. will not squeeze out, but at the "')
He came to Florida -City 14 "In the bet year"vtso the trend gageor -meeteach ether under same time puts no drag upon the I .1
years ago from Henderson K,., la automobile fU.lgn t...obviously: extremely Ugh pressures.: In speeding gears. Consequently they f
moved -to Miami 'In 1K9 but returned been not fact these pressures are so extreme will function: for thousands and .,
:: thousands of miles with minimumwear. I
' in September, U34. only Improved appearance that the old fashioned gear hibrl- 9 1
Transep costs no more than .
The council organized by electIng of the car, but also because seats are roc aqiisasad out thus lubricants and
Mr. Robertson president and -streamlining-makes the average leaving the fear teeth to engage gear can t
coanmltteenea as fallows: Clinton, car safer, more economical without a protective film of lubri YOUR CREDIT is GOOD i kk
+ .ti finance; Mullins, streets and and easier riding," he said. I cation. It'a easy to see, therefore TAINT AND REROOF NOWIN. i i k!
parks; Xclnlnger,:lire :and electricity To achieve this streamlined effect -' that these teeth -would soon n... ...._.. r.riMn Mr Mtklxi General r
Dletz 'sanitation; Simmons, the body: of the car was chew each other and cause expensive Mil_f.n. .OUMM tmmrtln.t* l.ni.1. 1.. 1
U IIo arow/y. M K.fall.Iaulnrf
brought much closer to the : repair bills. ... w .
f public buildings roadr Ho nt UM. M ". W* Tw
e Nathrally this meant that the: "To overcome this condition the Prole" A.Nrw IfcoMpraof roof -Ile. Slam Public Utilities r
e The appointment of a town attorney ...._.-.. c..w to _
' and other appointments clearance ,between the road surface .1 Sun Oil Company working In ftnjr Mac G.- .
were deterred until a later meet- and the chassis was not as i close co-operation with the engineers IMIM woo For M4 In km e.t.a Mint.M." write* Iha- Ad tfo.matsed rboM JMS.U
inI. high as in the older type ears and of some of the large auto- Box MS. DeFMlak Springs, h a.

Mrs. Myers, the clerk,reed her
fiscal reportto both fee aid and
the new council The next council -
meeting win be on March 2t. i
as the Florida City council meets
the second and forth Tuesday eve-
nlags of each month. .
S'h.'OUt In Tuesday's electionwas
as follows:

.t' For mayor Silverman, 120. : Ly I
W. H. Sheffield 44.
For clerk-Mrs.Myers, 107lte1lie : -

Geeding, 41. .
For marshal Ceronlmo, 120:
Lake Diets, 50.
For council-Lloyd Dietz, 149;
Clinton, 139; Simmons, 135; Robertson -
133; Snow, 122 Leininger, k.
114; Mullins. 112; Pullen, 91;
Care, 74, Goodlng 32.
One hundred seventy-one ballots -
were cast The election board BLUE Sunoco
was composed of Dr. Walter L. J NE
Verooe, clerk, and Edward Stilmg,
Wm. Macomber and J. B. Coher- rt
nour inspectors.



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The amazing Improvements that
have been made in the design and
construction of automobiles during -
the past few years would not
have been possible if It were not ,
for the close co-operation of the '..
manufacturers of motor fuel, mo-

DR.M.A.BERGERDentist '


36 N. Krome AvenueUjwtairs '

Office Hours 8:30--4:30
in ArraomncNT




mss duaw -tinftJcf

1lui/iudJ tir'B& SlUce

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top -il

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". By concentrating on only one motor fuel, economie.-ortj. ]

effected In refineries. warehouses, delivery, trucks end gas1...,

I i pumps. That is why weare_ able to give you High-Test;

I Knockless Power and long Mileage,.,ot regular gaijsricei

,( Rep from Banter Crrdy
lation hi .!nee ta one ef the n. -
Bal principles .( UM DemocoUe I
Party," claims "Sam"
'. Oetwo candidate "

.., for I N'O GRADE. tiQ THIRD, ,GRA'D"e1 :

... State Treasurer

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.Page Six THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, March 13, 1936.



BY Jm u L. now, uniuniAMI ,
; .1 s
::: n"its have tried to read Henry Fielding .. ,
T..rd.y e.tndars, i i Ihl I-41 F 1-w.t "The History of Tom Jones" are ON ','''OUT Oi '+ TOWN ,CALLS
-- going to be surprised to hear anyone /
Miami and Miami Beach are not would consider a copy of that
the only high lights for robberiesr book worth 1300. Yet a copy' : ,)
r -Homerti' d can bout a bit along of the first Issue brought that recently OTAT/ON t* aTAT10Nfa90N.Te1 /0/1001 OTATION TO.OtATION Pta.o1.TO 19/1901
f those line We also have among .... IN
at auction in New York I I ** IM w .. N.M
\ ui nome of the light-fingered gen Better read it again, to we whatIt ? .,. ass f Li./1.r ..a a.1 a..r.r 90 0 w. ... a.1 a-.r 1.a a.1? .'."'., :;

:, ; try, and last week someone entend II I 11 all about AIIMU, the Homestead and
library I The Yale Literary Magazine, Bin.iBk_ AU. .1.71 ISO Ut X.H 2.26 12 ucoUFU..SII 1.20 .** U. '.110 ...
( stole our money, the fines and oldest magazine in the United Desists Bch, '".. I.31 .7* .CO 1.70 I.10 .60 PtuUMpbw, Fk. .2.7' 2.00 1.7' 4.7. 100 '.71
I rental It ii somebody well acquainted CMMnllk, .,.. I.M M ... 1 90 I.M MjKkM St AupMllM, FU. t.M ..* .*. IM IJJ .I,
with the library, inside I States, and also the oldest student ..u.., Fla.1.60 M .66 '.eo IIS M T........ FU.1.25 ... 40 I.M .** ..10It.
and out. They left beautiful publication hat recently celebrated .r Week Fir. 10 .41 .4. '.10 .7* M TilUluiiMk FU. .17 1.00 .7* 1.20 MSWukmitoo. .7*
I its hundredth anniversary with Lake City FU..IISSO M IM 1.10 41 DC :3.BO IM 10 4(0 IMW IM
truer, fingerprint that almost I contributions: from such alumni; Now York' N. Y. .400: 12 17* 6.00: 31: 1.76 P: BMch. FU. :: .50 Jl .1* .70 .** .11
speak and also footprint They
William Sinclair
at Lyon Phelps
Had to move a bookcase to enter -
and It Ii'juit I little too heavy for bait Lewis,MacLeish Thornton, Walter Wilder Arch Millls TUI''II'' special Sunday rites for cut-of-town. Affect every night after.7- :.[iandiu. Jay Sunday oo:

the librarian to handle, to the low long distance both Person, Station-to-Statioa.aervie.Service !
Henry Seidrl Canby, Thomas Beer, provide an unusually cost to Penon and .
hope the thief will
come one
more and replace It. Mutt haw Philip Benet Barry and Stephen Vincent all day Sunday for both Person.to-Pcnon nil Take advantage of these bargain tour to keep laSution

been through rather the awkward top of, that climbingIn back i, Arthur Chapman, author of that -to.Station service 1 r;.?T ,close. personal touch whh'oul-of.town relative sad'

window, but when one If really famous poem "Out Where the Another new feature lithe I Introduction of Ism 'r"nd.'by telephone:Thenisslikely some one who;
West Begins," died recently in .
urompll determined hed.molt If anything the thief; can really be New York City. He was sixty- duped night rate period every night after_1 P.M';oa :would greatly enjoy Nlepbonsviait: jntb yon to

needed that money, wt are glad two years old, and died of heart Person'to-Penon long distance service Formerly"r,"... night Atk'i'long disttnce;for rates/You/ will probduced

he he did found not it need poulble It more to enter.than the If writers failure. are So many pasting of on.Funeral our. best loved night rates were in effectonly_ on Station:toably.be. nappily,surprised d'tdfleara. bow! .much.yon

library needs It, we think he play Station service but now reduced eight rate. ars.lji can-save by calling duifag the bargain hours.p .

ed a dirty trick on the town of' Jenkins to Be '

Homestead Held This AfternoonFuneral I We have rental
on our
shelves "The Way of a Transgressor" i i
services for Phillip M. .
aid by critics to be the
Jenkins, 85, who died WednesdayIn
belt book ever It was written by
the Dade County hospital after
; Negley Fanon, and la the autobiography .
a long Illness will be held at 2 p,
I of one who has been
m. today In the Turner Funeral
places, seen things and done a
Home. Interment will be In Palm
few things hlnuelf He has livedIn
Cemetery at Naranja with the
nearly all parts of the world,
Palm Vista lodge, F and A. M., In
earning his living In a variety oft charge.
ways, he hat somehow managed
} to be right on the spot when some l>fr. Jenkins was a retired school!
of the most exciting event of our I II teacher of Whlteworth, Ga, who
I time were taking place And he Is mude his home In Silver Palm.

as keen about those things as He It survived by his wife, Mrs.
1 though they had just happened. Georgia Jenkins of Silver Palm; a
If \ou want excitement, read this sister, Mrs. J. L. Kirkland of Miami
\ book. After all, truth Is stronger ; a daughter, Mrs. Paul Prntt
\ than fiction. of Silver Palm; four ions: R. L.
These high school students who Jenkins of Okeechobee City T.
W. and Lee A. Jenkins both of

Miami, P. L. Jenkins, Jr.. of Silver N1
SiluTinan Pledges Aid gem
Palm and ten grandchildren IiM'11 lII
To Florida City P.-T. A.

" '
M ,yor M. Silverman who was IT
Instiumintal In starting the Flori- r PERMnMCNTVVAVIMQ 'j I
da City p-T A. In 1925 attended
a meting of the organization WcitniMiiy -
evening In the town hall Croquignole or Spiral .:
and gave. several suggestions for
Inn" .sing Its membership Action $5.00 $7.00 -
was taken at once to carry out the
plat proposed School Trustee I .NEWEST METHODS OF HAIR
Wm J. Geronimo alao, offered his I AND EYELASH TINTING ,

+ help In the membership drive o .
which will be started Immediately I Finger Waving-Facials :
The mayor pledged his aid In I ; Manicuring-Mareellnt; !
enforcing the school lone speed
limits und said that if It Is neces- ; by experienced operator

sar\ he will appoint a special officer : I Yean Same Location [
to assist Mr. Gcronlmo, the
1 marshal In patrolling that section. ; Mae Morris
Mr. Geronimo offered to give a :
tack of fertilizer for use on the Beauty Shoppe
school grounds
Flowers Bldf.. Phone 864-W
Mrs. Fritz Schreader was elected "
president for next year; Mrs
John Rohrer was elected \lIce,
president: Mrs. Maud Whitehead, Eva Estelle Sullivan
secretary; and Mrs Herbert Hunter
treasurer The present officers Teacher of Pianoforte
had declined to serve a second BEGINNERS A SPECIALTY WHEN YOU BUY THE Jevftt4tte I
term Mrs. W. W Savory, the
president, presided. lit N. E Said Ave. Homestead

0 PIle j** Stay oat) SUM tba. wises you boy mot

blades. Wily ii*dlnoeafort and busy sha_? Probak Jr. 1

I f'' CARE product U be woWt largest bible m+tt pHMir,
J guarantees aoloa tad economy-e
and Beauty 1 The This blade b utomMkaUy ground, booed and stropped by Q

True beauty demands : pedal process. It 1* nub to whisk trough dense Stubble + mp /

the best of core tt all without smart oc srritadott -DtTtr pull oa the tender spocs.
time. Whether 'goddess
you This b ask dealer foe Probak
to Jon Jr.-
art prore. your /
facial .
wish a wave, a Y' ta ,
manicure, or any of '01""'e .Wa.. .17...e.- lie has this marvelous new doubledf blade or eta get kIM ti
the.other essential aldl'
quickly. Buy a package at Probak Jr. today. Q'
to beauty, you'll find :ThlIke IMIOUS Eugtaetndtturk
the skilled operators at igufe:-ia a go*'
P. t.'. De.uty.p.l'1or. dean who suum you' ol ptNICCIKM
ready to serve ';you ia your' penn o nibe -
quickly al any time. ;'! loll, uiursl.waves tad;
curia in .he Vrk muaJ.1ooqllirnole
I you
(\ Spiral and PROBAI
list on every 1
CembinaUeu IIC'ir- :
S .h i-the
PERMANENT WAVES Iliad.. im, for your' pratte'IM
*tad uiUlxtkM. PhoM of'
Prices $5, $6 $7 nil for an tppointowai

i your pemHiwai,sv*.of bh '

Bush's Barber Shop

Phoaa 539-R lIome Bldg. & Beauty Parlor .

Mines Unto ..'..... O,.rmUf .,

t March 13 19%. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pare Sevens

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Homestead IIi Upsets W. Palm Beach, I first round of the Eighth District Dixie Highway Drunk Fnners and other chapter activities
tournament ,
I Driver Gets 6 Months I
And Dania Before Losing District I Redland was ahead 10-3 at the Among list winnow Donald
i end ct the first quarter and still Sickle stood Wfhest With six first
11 Tournament to Miami-Edison 24-22 ahead 14-0 at the halfway mark. Warren Bryant colored found i prise and two second prizes He
guilty of driving a car under the
Fisher back 'however and ,
came won first honors on celery potatoes '.
I' I was ahead 13-11 at the beginningof influence of liquor was sentencedto tomatoes, cauliflower, turnips '
J Rebuilt Late in Season six months In Jail by Judge
Team I the final quarter I and carrots, and second on
drilling of the boys who had the
Wayne Allen Tuesday
Shows Results of MulliM for squash and beets Archie Bran-
I I was high scorer
heart to stick: it out through the
_ Dieter's Coaching I Redland' with six points and Beside Bryant Vas arrested on the Dix I nan won first prise on loquats;
peeaon.In le Highway near GouMa by Constable first andsecond
was high for Fisher with six E. C. and Herman Byars,
I- I the beginning, the local team The scores: Joe Scarborough Sundayand on papaya*: Donnlston
Homestead High School basketball bad five veterans" on the squad MARK (H) aiDLANDl (as) given a preliminary hearing Rivers first on lettuce: Charles
' team provided the only ex- However, two of the players drop- 0tsackam'.f"If by Justice of the Peace Sid L. Hart, first on strawberries; Willis
citement In the eighth district high ped basketball and BMW a I
one was Kendrick Monday first and Warren

Baxley on
. school turnament Friday and Sat- IIwlIt I I <<'1'._ fI I' I
clared Ineligible and DeHinger and DIWT r 0 0 Qnnmfti' t I a 4 Wood, first on beta White
: urday in the Miami Edison gym Smith were left. Along the first Ra1pb" 1 0 01 W>!'. fee
| : 11 11s Leghorn hen and Chinas cabbage -
i When It upset DanU 27-25 Fridays Drary i 1/ 1 Mall/nee .. 1/ 19 Individual Prizes:
morning, West Palm Beach 27-23 of mumps the season and when Smith he got caught out the for i =..t a r n;tag r c.u a a : n Won by Redland F.F.A and second on carrots.
I ..loin I I I. Campbea 5 I 4
Friday night and was barely nosed a
practice again Delllnger went down 1- .
t i out by Miami Edison 24-22 Saturday with the same disorder OFT s I si When the Redland Future Farmers Bee Dee Supply Had Big

.1.. morning Mattaon, Rohrer, Franklin and : OFTMurpJir a 0 counted up their winnings at I Tropical Fair ExhibitThe
The inability of Tom McCann, Hackler are seniors who were developed S11 17 retain 4 H' the Dade County Tropical' Fair
former University of Miami football by Coach Bleler Little held in Redland last week they

coach to cover the court andy Malcolm and Bishop, together with City League TeamEd found they had received 14 first exhibit of Bee Dee Supply

observe properly the misconductof Smith, will be the nucleus for next prizes and five second prizes Co., Tom Lindsay, manager, was
the player on the floor tended years team. ed From Golden which brought I total of $19 In Inadvertently omitted In the de-
l' to make the game rough and probably cash. Besides these individual scrlptkm of the Dude County Trap
The box cores of the three
li COlt Homestead the chance prizes they won second prize In leal Fair contained In last week
tournament follow : Ball Tourney 31-30
. to represent this district In the I games : the Future Farmer booth compe- Issue of the Leadcr-Enkrpiise

I r state tournament In Gaineivllle I HOMESTEAD (IT) DAN1A (II) tition and cleared $10.80 on their The exhibit attracted wide attention *

.. this week. I for ':pre I f: ftpftlAdklm I A team composed of picked lunch booth the Feed Box because of the variety of International
fMutura 1 f 1 4
Edison and Miami High, which rHwklm 1 members of the basketball teamsIn The chapter prize money and Harvester farm Imple-
a 'defeated Edison In the finals 26- I a 0 .: :tlltchmUltLlttli : t : t : the Homestead City League and the Feed Box earnings were put ments and tractors on display and

I t 23 are representatives of the rthlllnnr t. 0 Holdlnt... e.-.a" rR.ht a ,I toslkAa 0 I sponsored by W. D. Horne Co. Inc., In the treasury to help later with failure to mention It was an oversight -
eighth district In the tournament : : 1,1,kwasr 0 0 aFranktta loot to the University Club made a father and son banquet, a trip I' occasioned by the pressureof

Homestead got off to a slow start I I a..a. I liPsohs a s : : 1 4Cunpbell I Up ot University of Miami players, i to the state convention of Future extra business and news

Danla and started the last in the first round of the Golden
against i Totals. 111 Totals .__11 III
quarter behind, 23-19 The Home1 1 Ball tournament In Miami Tues

stead defense tightened up and I HOMESTEAD (27)Iw. P. B. Hi day night, 3130. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
the offense clicked to score eight 'I tit pI'' 'I ftpfwtiltttiwkin Lack of aggressiveness, save on
'-11II' 1 11Bursa. f I
.0 2 0
- points to Danla nothing and ........,. f 0 I !1 Aarbsay f 1 I 1Hoiklr the part of Gene Campbell, wild FLORID CITY, FLORIDA
Homestead won 27-2S I f 0 t\\ t I 0 4 passing, haphazard shooting at the
Adklns scored II points for Da- fC':' '..:: : 1 : Riess Masao' t a .. : ; : basket and poor team work In general -
1IuIINe. 1Wrt 1 0 1cwhnn featured the Homestead
lila Earl Smith scored even l Announces a
Id_ .. I 0 .
points and Delllnger four In the I e o. 0 team playing
last halt to lead the last quarter JRI..1 a 0 1 t The poor exhibition is attributedto

. rally for H. H. S. I Totals _.., ss 11 Teals __10 t 20 the fact that the team had not Free Lecture on Christian ScienceBY

; The Homestead boys played the I l practiced together.
, best defensive game of the yearagainst HOMESTEADDrlllnnr (12t EDISON (14) I I I The University Club played
Palm : ttc f,ft for I
r West Beach as they f S{ 14 Warn" I I U 4 good basketball with abort, accurate
Intercepted passes, broke up drib- Franklin I 0 n 80-::: .. 1 1 0Smith I pauses, deceptive dribbling.
t. 1 a s s
bles and the Beach lads
prevented H'klor 0 1 a a.tae r 0 I 4Litt I good guarding and sure shooting PAUL STARK SEELEV) C. S. H.
, a from getting set to shoot The ]. c 0 0 U Piwvra r I 0 1Ruh..r 1
and McCormick scored
a 0 I 0 Kelly u I I
was won by free throws '
game rattans a .... I 0 0 Nile I I l'TotIIIo ''' 12 point each for the Homestead
Homestead ouattng 43 charity' Member ef The Board of Lectureship of The :Mother Church,
and received the awards
team given
7 all 'loofa 8 $11
goals to the upstatera three. Hack I to the two outstanding playa I'' The Flint Church of Christ, scientist, In Bo ton, !MassachusettiIN
ler, Homestead center made six
on the losing team in the first
out of six free throws, Martin Redland Hi Eliminated

waa the leading Beach scorer' In First Go of TourneyRedland round.The scores: i'' SCHOOL AUDITORIUMHOMESTEAD

with seven poinU ,
The high pot of the Miami B4I- I -' HORNS list iwiriiRBrnr liB, i FLORID

, ton flame was the spectacular) High Schools basket BroalM lto I P ljlliillBii.il f 'I't Pit
guarding of Hackler who held Lee I ball team lost to Ida M. Fisher of Campbell t I I 1 iwJMh l 0 1Bradley I: I Sunday Afternoon, Mar. 15; at 3:15:
I 1 ( t
I Miami Beach 23-12 at Miami Edison .1
Edison center, to one free throw MgCorakk .44 4 htor I 1
himself gym Friday In the Harrows 0 S I'lucxlo' r 0 0 .:
but finally fouled out morning 1 .
Homestead lead at the end of the r ... a 4 1 I
,, first quarter, D-8, but trailed at HOMESTEAD LODGE NO. 19 Tee a u 101112 T._.k 1_ r I l i
the half, 1312Delllnger I
I. O. 0. F. I
c was picked on the
I first tournament all-star team by meets every Tuesday evening at
I ana Miami newspaper and on the I o'clock IB IO.O,F. nail, N. W
i second team by the other two. I 1st street. T'Eand 1
I Visitors Welcome I
Bellinger was Homestead high A
scorer in the tournament with 26 1- I

points Rohrer, Mattson and ""
Hackler were outstanding defensively JOMV (1.. ILI.ET 08T NO, 44 o odds

l AMERICAN LEGION 1 1I of any car at any priced
The showing of the local lad, Mts fleas and third We.nrsday

who were not given a chance in I 8pm, Anrrlcan Lesion Bid.*.

'. the tournament by all .the so- I will past offlrt South ,Kron Are, \ c
called "expert*", Is the fruit of IlmrMrart, FtaWe .

Coach Theo. J, Blelera repeated I .-.--...---.-""..,....,...-
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!1 Qualified for a place on the honor roll

beadd'fFEEDS of the greatest cars ever built

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For safety and comfort on any road
ERIK,. THE KILGORE Timef-Tea" Fisher Bodies
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level Floor*-'rent and Rear \7/
): SEED CO. I Foot room for all

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I Paw Eight THE_LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday, March 13, 1936.

Station Begins Work surplus crop, the Florida Citrus .
Commission agreed to uk the fed-
Of Seeds
Identifying eral government for $2,000,000 to You
BAN UNSIGHTLYCAR Gainesville, Mar. U-The Florida Mist the citrus growers of Flori-
in disposing of their surplus
agricultural experiment station
has begun work on collection and fruitChairman
Kirkland appointedA.
Identification this state according of seeds to of Erdmaa plantsIn chairman. S. Herlong, Sr., of Leesburg BETTER CAR for a '
of committee to present
(Continued From.Page One) West, experiment station mjrtologlst the proposal to officials in
allotment el the 141,000 loan.and the The collection Is being addedto Washington. Her will be accompanied -
\ grant tor Improving and extending Florida station's has about herbarium.3,500 native by Secretary F.E.Brigham few cents a day
the; municipal light and water of the commission and E.: Glenn
; plants In addition to many Intro
Mo'd.,' by theells coun duced and it ls the aim of the department Crimes Approval,commission wasalso secretary.to Tea..f.yeas septa wu...ps..5 sew wewi.e an a
given a
A eommitttee of
composed to collect and .... ....
wick.side a-4
plan to UM the state's citrus advertising Umr earyw.r -
Councilmen A.F Webb.J.U
J. ....._ .
awd. u aM l
ton and J G. collection tax partly for a campaign Tee ww't ywv wr Isae.wp ens.aflawea.e
f.. to investigatesanitation Wynn was conditions prompt & ]*, on canned fruit this summer ...... ..___ aSS".....tw Mwidestaa..w
In colored town and report tlon of seeds which are injurious I and it was agreed that for the rest ...dews pysseae an-.N.1..ki.E. "A er
.t back at the next regular council to humans and animals. It will of the season advertisements would aim-wJe..60 make end.....,..wow.n.bet.sew
also facilitate. identification of I .... .. .... .. ....
meeting to be held Monday nightof stress the economy Of purchasing be as It D1' -'IF a few
next week. Another committee, weed nomic seeds crops.among seeds of. eco large sized! oranges. I soma a day. 0.used.e-e ass tbe.e.gUy .........
.:. appointed to Investigate the possibility a"wassaft"
of divorcing the liquor business ASKS SHARE OF FUND For the Best In
I from restaurants, to composed Lakeland Mar. 12 (rNS)-Determined Redland Motors Inc.
i of Councilman frank B Rue, to secure I share of the OPTOMETRYDR..NEUENSCHWANDER I ,
Webb and B. W. Morris. federal funds provided under the I
amended S. Krome AvenueHomestead Florida--
agriculture adjustment ,
act, which makes available $00,- 115 YeneMaa Arcade, Miami Phone 21 >
r TO TRY TO GET 000,000 for aiding the disposing of I

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..t MAILIIEREEARLYENOUGH I i Chase & Sanborn DatedCOFFEE Sunlight :

FOR RFD Country RollBUTTERi 1

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I tlon to the abrupt Jump in parcel
post rates south of Naranja where
another lOne begins.
John S. Sherman of the county I ; lb. 25c
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tax assessor's office urged that applications -
for homestead I lb. ------ 37c |
tion be mailed at once as exemP-1 U;! .'] U'jUtSaturday
line is April 1. I ;
'j W. T. EUer of Fort Lauderdale I Southern Lady Specials Sliced |:
manager of Port Everglades said I
that port was now Florida's deep- Salad
Dressing Daisy
est harbor and last year had a B. Bacon ]r
shipping tonnage of 287,000.
Solos were sung by Miss Helen -25C MILK3tallcans
: qts. --- --
Flanagan, soprano, of the University -
of Miami, with piano accom- l-lb. cans Ib.34c |
paniment by Miss June Sells of I
Miami radio artist Top-Notch 19c 6 for ---- 25C liaaaaaaaaHiViViMMgflMiVnMgMs MgMiMiaaOT' j

25 TO 40 PER CENT i ;. Peanut Butter SOAP Peerless 6 ban Hardwater 25c STEAKSany Georgia Beef )!:

OF SEASON'S CROP ib. ---- -- I5c

LEFT ESTIMATE BLACKBERRIES 2 Noeles:. 35c cut, lb.-Z3c |;

: White or Yellow; Cloth Bag* :
(Continued From Page One) SUGAR lOIbs. SJc: Fancy Spring |
as 23 per centTom
Harris, manager of Hardie CORN2No.2cansZSC LEG-O'-LAMB I
and Harris packing house, gave 30 :
Iris Cobblers
per cent as his estimate of the POTATOES ZJCI:
tomato ;yield remaining. 10 Ibs.
: Ib.Z5c
Chas. T. Harper not packing at
present thinks that about 30 per Assorted Flavors f
cent of the original planting will Jel-Sert Z5c
be harvested. Potatoes are almost PieCherries 6pkgs. Big Juicy
gone, but beans are only slightly
damaged he said. Believes rain New Day Picnic Size
WIll lengthen the pocking season Asparagus Tips 2 for 25cPURE Hot Dogs
I into May. W. E.! Lewis of the .
Homestead Packing Co.. estimates
that anticipated 40 per crop cent will of the be originally gathered. : 2 No. 2 cans -25C GOLD, Plain or Self Rising lb.-------15C :

Mr. Steffani said that truck 6-lb.bag 121b.bag 24-lb.bag .
growers in the Perrtne-P era area Flour
did not suffer as greatly as did Georgia 25C 45C 85c Georgia Beef
those of
the Highlands and lower
East Glade area, but they did not :
escape damage by the rain. SMOKED BACONlb. RICE Fancy Whole Grain CHUCK ROAST f

I 5 Ibs, 25c

.------ 25 c Ib.17c 1

DR.B.E.GATLINDentist I Sweet Potatoes, 5 Ibs. 15c .

Smoked FreshPICNIC i

i SAUSAGE2ibs. SYRUP gallons HAMS
Office In Hausman Bldg. j S9c I I'

Phone 85 .---- 25c Washing Powder 5 O.K.pks.CORNFLAKES :loci lb. ------ :r.C I

Lamb or I Fresh Ground ;;

I: : Veal Stew Kellogg'2 pkgs. IScIOHATO : HAMBURGERIb..15c 1


21bs..Z5c KETCHUP Jersey
Z.l lg.bottles 25c

Offlc*Hberar 00 a. as. *s I p. ss.BniMhy .
FreshSpare Smoked Bulk
t te li Daisy

Free Closed Parking Saterdass Space : Ribs DIXIE SQUARES CHEESEIb. '-LARD

1144. :N. W. UTII 8T. MIAMI I
rilONB 111-tilt lb.20c lb.23C 2Sc:

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. Friday, MarcH 13,_ 1936. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Nine

; 'i z.' ;' 1 Social Events in South Dade J 1' 1


ribbon and a cash prize of five W- wMA
Un. Frank B. Weber of -.posts: ; art' raising Irma Ian at the Dade County Tropical picnic dinner wu given forMA Mr. John C. Murphy were

ersburg president the Florida for paying off the mortgage. Fair last week the Sooth Dade and Mrs. Harry Murphy Sunday -i Mr. and )Ira. Motjer Williams of

America legion Auxiliary, aadJin. "Crippled children from all communities Garden Club received special at the home of Mrs. Murphy'spare" I Miami and their children, Roger
la Florida award of ten dollars, because el i and B tty Meet Mr. end Mr*.
W. K. Honman or' Lab are acceptedfor '. Mr. and Mrs. John O.
tM ttteOenee eI Ha exhibit, Mrs. Casper Williams end daughter.
treatment the children
DOt of
Worth, vice-president of the tlRk veterans alone." the said. They Wm. Dufttop, secretary.f the club, Williams, in Pa venir. Mr. and I Mary Efcraor and III...,.; Mr.
district of Florida, were guest .< told the members at a meeting Mr*. Murphy and Mr. Murphy's! and Mr*. Dan Williams and
honor at a luncheon given by mem- are clothing given for treatment, care need and held at the homo *t Mrs Cberta parents Mr. aDd Mrs. John C 0 children. Webster, Leimr and
as as they
bore of the auxiliary: of John O without Buie Monday afternoon. Toe Murphy, who had spent the winter Charaw Mr. and Mrs. C. 1. WII-

Jtaflty Port of Homestead ill Legion : The first charge.survey of crippled priM we preeeaM by W. W. In Naranja fait for their borne In Hams;; Mr. and Mr*. C. H. Proper, i

hall Monday. children in Florida was made by Johnston president of the Bedland Washington Pa., Monday moralng] Mr*. 'T. V. Reynolds, C A Williams I

Mr*. Weber In a talk on the St. the American Legion. District Improvement Association Present beside the honor guest,. Dave Williams, L. H Bum.

Petersburg hospital for crippled So far n know this hospital, which sponsored the fair. and Mr. and Mr*. Williams and Mr.I ham and Pete Peeraon.Mr I II

children explained that it had been b the only; one for crippled children o I Mrs. ChauBcy Upson read a

started on a very mull scale laItSt in the United State that Ja paper on "Flowers for the Horn*", SUNK* CLtIB MEETS I *. E. J. Dyat entertained at
by her husband and a St o Mrs. W... IX Bishop Mad
sponsored by the Legion. ThereIs one on AT' LEHMAN HOME luncheon .. the Green Lantern
Petersburg physician for the treatment : "Planting for Spring Bloom" and
a similar one In Umatflla hew Restaurant Wednesday Mr. and'
of crippled children whose ever that Is Sponsored by the Mrs. Hubert Potter read an articleon % Four tables of .bridge were in : Mrs. 0.... C. Capello, and Veo.I .
parents were financially unableto EDcs." "Pines". Mm Bishop exhibited play when the Supper Club met I a
Hampton 01 Miami and Mr
pay, and that the hospital Local member attending the I specimen of various wild flows at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Lee McOrtchen of rhlMetptila.Jennie R

I had been sponsored by the American luncheon were: Miss Ruth Fox. er* Including Ruella milkweed Lebmaa Wednesday Might. Mrs.
Lesion and a building had and putncettla. Frank: Skill and W. E. Rheney won
president, Mr*. L. G. Haggles, Mrs.\
been purchased on the deferred Geo. W. Tuner. Jr., Mrs. Harold o Mrs. M. P. Kenney will be the the high score prise, end Mrs. '
o Elisabeth Fuch and E. H. Miner, o AT RUTLAND IIOMEW
payment plan Sheffield next taste**.
Mrs. Wm. J. OeronimoMn. ,
the low score prize M U CIrclet Three and Four
The hospital now baa BO patient Frank Hue, Mrs H. H. Ewing Present beside Mrs. Bute. Mrs.Dunlop. entertained Mrs. 1.
*. she said and all the LegionW. and Mrs. W. 11:. aheM). Mrs. XJpson, Mrs. Bishop Present were:Mr. and Mrs. Bevo RutUnd were tart week by R.
and }//Irs. Potter were: Mrs. R. J. Webb Mr. and Mrs. W. 1C. Walton
Shepherd, the president, Mrs. JBJ. Mr. und Mrs. C S. Parman, Mr. (OonUnoed on Page Elrven)

11 MRS. HARRY D. WOLFE IS ELECTED I M. Dobbin, Mr Lucy Clinton, and Mrs. J. H. Webster Mr. and '

HEAD OF WOMAN'S CLUB OF HOMESTEAD Mn. John Rlgg of New Work City Mrs. Skill, Mr. and Mrs. Hiner / ,N \
who la a guest of Mrs. Dunlop Mr. and Mrs. Rheney, Mrs. Fuch
Mrs. W. 7. Smythe. Mrs. Wm. M. and Mr. and Mrs. Lehman. Famous G-Man
Mr. Harry D. Wolfe was elected dent; Mrs. Wm. IX Bishop, acting -
Johns Mn. IL C Reed. Mr*. Annie -
president of the Woman's', Club treasurer, Mr S.r. Matthew
of Homestead at the meeting held corresponding secretary; and MrCE \ Butler, Mrs. Desmond, Mn. AREME: CLUB TO SERVE: Corners Dodge :
R. Mrs. E. M.
Tuesday afternoon in the club A. Enni auditor Barnes Froscher CHICKEN DINNER MAR. SI
Mrs. J. M. Gay Mr*. N. O. Ball,
house. Mia Jennie Lobdeli was re- Mn. Oliver Sollitt, president of Mrs. D. B. Snow Mrs. Leonard Plan for a benefit chicken din-, Economy

elected recording secretary and the Dade County Federation ol Freeman and Mrs. Oeo. E.; Reed. ner to be given in the Flowers
Mrs. Don Ferreyra was re-elected Women1 Clubs, gave a short talk building Mar. SI were made by I BMKLVtHfV\jS.

first vice-president. This 1* MIMLobdeU' on the conduct of officers In wom- the Aroma Cub when it met In the fWWMT..=.1lr.:.iVNPPMI *f
P.-T. A. TO ELECT ".t.
twelfth term a* sers e- en' club and afterward presided I.OOF. hall Tuesday afternoon. fcy
during the election. Serving will begin at S:30 o'clock.
tary.Other Ceo. W Martin of
Judge Brooklyn
officers elected were Mrs. The officers will be installed on It Was decided that a special meetIng I
win be the at the
Annie Butler, second vice-presi I Tuesday, Apr. 14, at 2:30: p. m.at Homestead P.-T. A.speaker Friday would be held on Mar. U at
toe none of Mr*. B. G. Branch to
March 17, at I I). m. In the
M. .. CLEARS $141.14 make final plant for the dinner. It ItOno
service based on "The Ten Virgin Neva King Cooper School audl-
FOR PAINTING M. E. CHURCHThe *". Mn. Lewis stoke on "..Je.- talus 'A feature of the program Mrs. Oeo. W. Turner, Jr., won

amount that the W.MJS. of sus and Women," and Mrs. Yam will be a fashion walk during the mystery; package.

the Homestead Methodist Church on, "Women at Work Around the which the school patron will seethe Present were: Mrs. A. R. Meye -
raised for painting the outside World." Two songs, "Take My garment made by girl of th hem Mrs. Wm. M.John, Mn Bob
of the church by conducting a Life" and "Lead on. 0 King Eternal Junior and senior high schools.. Harris Mrs. Turner Mrs. Branch.
food booth at the Dade County ," were sung Mrs. J. B Hut- Officer tor next year will be Mia Ertelle Turner and Miss fie

Tropical Fair last week la $181.18 land made the closing prayer elected at this meeting. Helen Livingston.
___ _____ ,
Mra P. B. the Others u I
... Bird president present were: Mra. T. E
announced at a special meetIng Kirby, Mrs. Julia Polk Mrs. J. C.

of the society In .the church CUmer, Mr R. R. Bigger, Mrs

Tuesday afternoon. A committee C. B. Blggen, Mr*. Jennie Smith of the moot surprising di..

composed of Mrs. Robert M. Simpson Mr*. Frank Irwin, Mrs. 3. Poaey, coverle I've made la the way my
Mrs. J. A. McNetll Mrs. J. Mrs. A. D. Smith Mrs. T. D. Piche, Our Best Seller: new 1936 Dodge save money I
L. Ballard Mrs. A. B. Slagle and and Mrs. Wm. M. Johns. t
Mrs. J. E. Davis was appointed to J

make arrangement for the paint LEGION AUXILIARY TO GIVE for {Add Indigestion

I at the meeting were: To raise money for helping to I

Mrs. A. A. Koestllne, Mrs. Davis pay off the mortgage on the American II
Mrs. Dan Williams, Mrs Bird Mrs. Legion'
hospital for crippled : rFBISM74
A. S. Mora Mrs Ballard, Mrs. Mc- /
children, located in St Petersburg I I
Nelll, Mrs. Simpson, Mrs. S. L. the local Legion Auxiliary

Livingston, Mrs. John William, will give a benefit card party In i 1
1 Mrs. Chester Redd, Mrs. Ed Cap- Legion hall Monday evening.

linger, Mn. Molly Wlngate, Mrs.' .....
I Slagle, Mrs. Louis Brandenburg, .
"J >* Mr*. L. L..fideL The CalendarMar.

i REDLAND P.-T. A. BENEFIT .. 1 It five*) SM I* tole mile to the 1
,. BRIDGE IS WELL ATTENDEDTen I IS-W. M. S. study claw REX gallon of gas consistently In city
meeting with Mrs. J. E. Davis at
table of bridge were In driving and M high au n mile)
play at the Redland P.-T. A. benefit S p. In.Mar.. out hi the country.
13-Card party given by
bridge party at the home of 43-4
1 the Sacred Heart Society in its '
Mrs. C. E. Elchenberger Wednesday SOc
evening.Mr. clubrooms at 8 p. m. Ounces 1
Mar. 14-Redland Ladles' Aid
and Mrs. Carl Wagner won .
rummage vale la colored town.
the high score prizes In contract
Mar. It-Special meeting of .. 41"
bridge and J. B Sparkmaa and
Mrs. Florence Crow the high score Areme Branch. Club with Mrs B. O It's a fact that people who try Bisnu-

prizes In auction bridge.Sandwiches .
Mar. 18-T. W. A. meeting at
cake coffee and home Rex for acid-indigestion seldom shift to
limeade were served of Mrs. J. R. Rutland at z F
730: p. m. antacid. satisfies f
4 any other It then. They
Mar. 18 Legion Auxiliary

B. P. W.C.TO2fETTHIS EVENING benefit card party in Legion Hall. like the fast, prolonged relief it brings.
Mar. 19-Orange Blossom drill
i.' The Homestead Business and team benefit: bunco party at homeof
and MM
They like its pleasant flavor way
Professional Women's Club will Mrs. Bessie Brady at f p. m. At the tame time, this Dodge

bold a business meeting in the Future Mar. 21-Areme Club, benefit it for them. Bisma-Rex certainty tare on oil. Excepting
Farmer clubhouse at .I p. m. dinner at Flowers building at 8 JO. money far rorotar chance*, Pro bad to
this evening.CIRCLE Mar. S3 Meeting W Garden oddaotflatalL
We it to
yourself. guarantee satisfy yots..t .
Club with IIr1I.'M. P. Kenaey. I
>' : THREE CITES Mar. S -Arcmaj Club meeting

f' PROGRAM FOR W. M. at S p. m. In I. O. a F. baa DODGE
.; S. Mn. W, E. Lewis of :: M. U. Mar. 2 -Dorcas dual meeting !

Circle Three presented a programon with Mrs. E. L, lawrence at S .
"Women's Contribution to the Mar. ST Homestead PXT. A. Low FIRST cost 1

Kingdom" at the March meeting meeting at p. m. tn Neva King
'0 of the union in the First Baptist Cooper School auditorium.Apr. LtetiONLT
Church Wednesday afternoon after Supper Club meeting at The Dixie Drug NO" 640 :rj:; :.N.N'yC..rew

a'short business session during home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Skin. .

which Mrs. J. Tom Vaim, the Apr. 6- dhond P.-T. A. Fath- Your Rexall Store ........'h._0ftI0...0............_
president, presided. ers' night program. iegCndN c.-.r"% raver M1.
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Mrs. Catherine Pickard offered Apr 14-Woman's Club of !
. a prayer for those who are tick, and Homestead Installation of officers DI..,,_,.,r _.#I--f'_
;f Mrs. W. D. Coker gave a devotion- at S:30 p. m.

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Faff*- Ten THE LEADER .ENTERPRISEFriday. March 13 1936. ,
work for the state plant board. C. Phflllps is confined to his Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Durrano j
: f H* was transferred Mm Key borne on Cave avenue with an attack of West Palm Beach spent theweekend -
West Mr*. Ludtanh bejara bet of jDfhMtiaa. her with Mrs. Dur.'vrane
i and Around marriage was Miss nab Nixon. *'* parsjM Mr. and Mr*. RU'J
In Mrs. Joe boxes wa elected M. Brown. Th latter .CCIOtDoo)"
panted them a* far a* Palm Beach,,
J. JU Jfclsgai 1* back on duly president of the Florida City La-
i at his limn station after a week dies' Aid Society at a meeting held on the return trip.
HomesteadJ. illness from influent In the Sunday school room Wed -
: 4 nesday afternoon. Mr.. Jas. M. John Salve left recently tor hi*;*1 i
P. 3. Franklin was obliged to Dobbin. secretary, and Mrs. R., home on Crowe, N. a ,

( ,' leave his store and go home to bed W. Mullifli, treasurer. 3. C. HueU"j;left Wednesday toll,

I J. Q. franc. specialist in subtropical i son, Harold Thomas and Jack: yesterday due to a alight attack Collins, Oa.Ilermsn "
fruits it Ute University ofCalifornla spent the wek-*nd at Okeechobee of Ulnes Th Woman' Foreign Missionary -
: "" Bert Branch, Jr., has been' Society of the Community Petid. *
Sao Diego pent several City i* reported to ,<
days In the Hedland District ill with Influents sine Monday. Mrs. T. J. Faust ha been HI aweek Church held Its March meeting be recovering from hi*'recent I
I", with Influent Tuesday afternoon at the home ofMrs.
Subtropical.[ R. J. Shepherd. Those present -
A six and three-quarter pound ness.Rusten
-I I were: Mrs. .T... M. Dobbin Motor and IL A.
of Mia Ann who Tayk
atrnd. H* K making a survey daughter was born to Mr and Mr* Hartley spent
1 ubtroplo fruit growing sectionsfor Lehman Groover.the Foal OradpaW the past seven months her with Mrs. Lucy Clinton, Mrs. R. w.MuIUo. ef East Band N. C.. were FlorldaJ,
the University of California hospital Mar .. She has her brother-in-law and sinter, Mr. .. Mr. Lucy Hole and the City visitor from Friday till'.
and will vUlt Cuba uatelMllitHondW'tlf been named Alta Jean and Mr* A. JI:. Smith, left Sunday hostess. day. ,
and Me too before for her horn In RlddlevUIe,
returning 9.Z
{ week
: Ben SUverman of Brooklyn, N. Frank arrived lost
to Ban I Ga.
Diego. hontey
Mr. and Mrs W. J of ,,, Y. proprietor of Ute Sherbeln from the Riverside Military Acs-'J'
I Meaford, Ontario, are visiting Mr. Milk demy!! at Hollywood for a month'svisit j
Mr. and M.... Aubern Celling and Mr*. Pears Walker and Mr. Miss EmlUe Fredrick, who has Farm, 1* spending a few with his parent, Mr. and]
and baby of Shelby N. C. arrived I and Mr*. Clarence Hunt of Red- been employed, In Cleveland, O., week with Mr. and Mrs. M SU Mr*. Frank Garegannl.
Saturday for a visit with Mr i land road. returned \o Homestead Tuesday. verman.
Bellinger1 parents Mr and Mr*. Amanda DiPletra left last week!
Homer DavU Mr DeUinger bUM Dr. W. O. Willard of Benzonla, Theo J. Bleler, coach: and physical Mr. and Mrs. Herman Xnole- for his home In Boston after al
I former Miss Coma Dart ( MICTL, father of Mrs. H. S. Wolf education Instructor in the hardt of Chicago visited here Fri visit her at the home of his j
of Homestead, arrived Monday to Homestead schools, wa confinedto day. brother-in-law and *liter, Mr. and J
Mr*. O. D. Barcu and her ton spend several week with Dr. and his home Tuesday and Wednesday Mrs Sam TaraassU
\ Douglas, who with Mr. Barcu of Mr*. Wolf at their home In Poncede with a nose ailment. Mr. and Mr*. John Brockett and
the Ute plant board force spent Leon.IC. two on* left Tuesday tor their .BE VITAL CONTINUED .
several month la Key Wet and Mrs Oeq. Barnes,ha been ill home at May Landing, N./. aftera JtevIval service by she Key, JJt
two weeks In South Miami, are J. Dyal's brother-in-law and with Influenza and her little visit of several week with Mr. Whltworth at the Homestead]
now back at their home la Princeton sister Mr. and Mr*. Frank Darden daughter Patricia hu been ill Brockett' parent, Mr..and Mr*. Methodist Church will continue! ]
Mr Borcus U at present stationed i of Tltuavlll visited at the Dyal with pneumonia. Both an reported Hobart BrockettMr this week and all next weekwlthj
in Clewliton. horn from Friday .till Tuesday.Mr. to be well on the road to recovery services at v:3d a. nx and 7 JO p.f
,1 and Mrs. Alvin Green and m on week day and it 11.-...!
Mr* Edw. McCahlll, who until and Mrs. M. P. Beagle have daughter Min Mary, of Cordele and 7-30 p m. on Sundays. .
her marriage recently was Miss aa fuests F. A. Tapperson of Mr*. J. R. Brook left yesterday I Ga. left Sunday after I One-week The Rev A. A. Koestllne pastor]
Elisabeth Roberta is spending a Summit K. J M.... Reagle' for New York City when sh* will LIAR with Mr. and Mn. H. M. of th church, extends an invibUon .
few weeks with her parents, Mr. father, and Miss Dorothy: Dickinson spend several day*. She will beat Brows. to all to attend the ,,"Ic.!.-!
and Mr*. Dan Roberta of Redland, of Boonton, N. J., a nelce of the Waldorf-Astoria during her
rr before Joining Mr. McCahlll In Mr. Beagle, there.

Pittsburgh Pa. H. R. Mane of Plant City gear FLORIDA CITY I Card of ThanksAs

r Or W J. Carter of Homesteadhas era! manager of the Kllgore Seed i
I received newspaper clippings 1 Co., spent Saturday In Homestead i MM w. W. Befef/, Correfpondcat mayor of Florida City I wish to take
r telllnf of civic and cMaenshlp I on business. _.H..OH_....____ this means of expressing my appreciation to the
2 talks mad by his nephew J. Oak- Mr. and Mr*. Desmond Carlinof citizens of Florida City for their support in the
ley Carter former resident of Mr E: H. Hlner Mr. Gwen New York City and Bayside
,; Homestead, at schools and over: dolyn Moor and Buckner Beailey Long Island were guests last week past election. I will do all in my power during
i Radio Station KIUL. Garden City,, spent the week-end in Winter of their uncle and aunt Mr. and my terra In office to prove that I am worthy of
i Kan Mr. Carter was at one Urn Park with Mr. and Mr*. Newton Mr*. Wm. J. Ceronlmo. Charlotte, this support.
a memlpr of the Homestead Leader Merrill, former Homestead ,resi the *mail daughter of Mr. and
statt dents. Mr*. Oerontmo 1* spending the Cordially yours,
winter with her aunt, Mr. M. C 1\1.-SIL VER.'IAN.WE .
The Rev. A. A. KoestUne's Clarence K. Turner of Baltimore Carlin of Bayside Long Island.
brother the Rev. K. H. Koestlln' Md., arrived Sunday to spend a
of Tampa who visited her In De- month with his parent, Mr. and 1
cember, has been In a critical condition Mr Geo. W. Turner Sr.
In a Tampa hospital as the
result of a bite by a black widow Edwin Lawrence ha been suffering -
spider. He Is novf out of dan- from an attack of influenza .
I ter. sine Friday."- STUDY

Mr. and Mrs. Mack Cain are Miss Iva Dyal ha recovered
announcing the birth of a nine from an attack of influenza
r pound daughter, Patriots Sue, at FERTILIZER NEEDS
UM Post Graduate hospital Mar. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson1 Ludlam
a who spent the past three months
in Homestead have gone to Fort ,
Mr. and Mr B. O Branch and Pierce where Mr. Ludlam .Is at I

For eleven years we have been studying the fertilizer

I requirement of South Dade County soils with the result
J that we have constantly improved our formulas wherever

I 'possible. When advisable, we have Introduced new fertilizer

I \ GISib elements. We promoted the use of Manganese Sul-
1LJ I phate, and now we have diversified crops instead of

precariously depending on one crop alone. 'it itI

t A' II I I When you buy Redland Brand Fertilizers you are

getting a product which.!Is the result of careful study by
a local concern whose past. present and future is tied up

,i r.... .. -' ''''' with .
your comraunHyhoe depends the
rents., ad"II slant aadws success on success *

: of Its customers right in this "neck of the woods".
Y OIiU find than ewrwherc.1

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"A Roof for Every Bu I1&g"Ara .it. MANUFACTURERS

kU .. ..aft*.-.... *. *** I""!? .*"* r "
ensw eb.i ,eev ad c-5mb 5.efaes sheg I Redland Brand Fertilizer
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Lumber Co.''I I: FRANK B. RUE, Mir. HOMESTEAD, FLA. :.:

Phone 62 Homestead, FlaI .!


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.. Friday. M.1IfIM 11L 1M1t ..THE: LEADER-EN'TERPRT.R J -' ----- ---- -

; ,ji, ,- li'I I wa voted to be Lola Little. tN

I :' repstd Eloise Oaeamaft. poultry will have etialrman.char** :
Homestead School News CLASSIFIED
: High of Name ON program will explain thi next what week.the ADSI I

: Bf LCOLA LITTLE : Standard dub ... RA'TS' tint iftaerttoft l.* I hoe I

.u.. ______-_ .___. oft banal exhibit day will lilt Aped M e1lrl. .

The Pe......' second order of thy they will bake a loaf of breadin M AOitavoe nenld.y will be May

his, class ring Dave. come. the eafeterta.Mb & 11MM. FOR SALE REAI.. ESTATE
Carlson had each girl sew .
on a Woe ef material Thee I tests or PINK GRAPEFRUIT
Wnfeff William1 ha
The seenow studying worn a new BIO VALUE a-roont haute
piece will be Judged to the Miami I Out of season, full of juice 29cpock.
Ekgy Written In a CountrJQlurch.1al'S" border of ships and butterf'lilltOVII' rurnbhed. All any Imp m.'-
while the Junior are the blackboard. New boob office and an award will be given I : Seedless, bushel, Tic. Valencia menta. The word BARGAIN ita*

ts' studying punctuation, In En.Uah. have been ordered for the library. U the bed _wer. orange, ISo peck. ColUn1 been grtatty overworked. butI
Those Norma and I Grow Federal Highway it harm -
The *ophomorea will begin theirstudy present were: de 110'-1111111. to MY tht this

of grammar next week. Miss Jackson room has a Etotoe Gasman Ness Akera, re I carne drive. property 1* a Big Bargain r> ic* t' '

Black Sambo border on the bulls Robertaon, Iris Capltnger PrI Including furniture, bed lutes {
tin board since this I* the favoriteatory cilla Tread, Julia Francis Sulllvn -, fOR SALT-Chev. Sedan flTS
The heV. 3. L 'Vrhftworth the and table linen, dishes ""w
evangelist it the Methodist of the first grade pupils. Mary Duncan Ooktta Oren-, Walter Beck:, Farm .Life road IJJOO reduced from HKX

Church, gave a talk to the student On the blackboard there I* the nell Freda Hancock Mildred and I north of choot (pmJO) fine furniture and ptetiij ..f it.

body Wednetday.Phyalcat name of each pupil and the name Margaret Field Virginia Klnner a Good BUSINESS DUtLDtNO and R A. Caamaron. ( .1 t:hit)
of his roost loved pet. Katherine Orfanedea and Leo! I
ek \t LOT In Florida CRy on Ova
education win count Highway. Also belt-ton MODEL ACKEAGES AND GROVES
Jdnder--; ;;
h'i % credit toward graduation I The pupil are enJoying T TRUCK. Priced right I apeelaliM in Re4lia4 prop-iiie.
a load of and. The pupil Port Office Box Florida Send me your Mating of propertyfor
ad credltJot a full ya of physical FOR eGGS NEXT
will make their own land boxes. solo
education, City (pmr27)
The girls will have one and the WINTER FttDMCFUL0PEP CHARLES L BROOKS

i boy wttt have one.SOCIAL b FOR SALE-Whit* New Zealand 110 N. X. First St., Miami
ek Report card are due next WedBeMlay. > -..--- GROWING MA3HNOW rabbit, BOo each. H. M. Lyon, r

Its '.NN/1MN .NM.N..YMM W wMNNNNI/1MN..Y1., / If \ R.F.D. I. Box OS. (mlS-atT REAL JSTAT&-'rII.- w ant
-. to buy or sell RedUnd District

alt The basketball boy won the i EVENTSContinued LOQUATS 19o qmlllbetTlea, real estate will find up-to-d

tint two game played latt Friday ... ---- lOo tit Jungle Grove, Red- listings in our odice Many of

but when they played on : ( From Pace Nine) land road and Hummer drive. these tilting are till at subnormal -

Saturday they oat The tourna- After Mr*. ,Lewis Brandenburg STEAMED BROWN BREAD any price We shah appreciate

J anent was. held at Miami Edison bad sung "I've round Friend: time Saturday Lb. coffee tan either your inaulric of
aDd Mr*. S. L. West had given a ilxe 20c; with raisins or null your listings, all of which will
no The physical tducattoa gfrta are] devotional on 'Friendship", Circle: 25<
' pitying their basketball tournament Four gave) a abort program on home, 1M N. W. 6th St the Uteo to buy D. W. Morris
P. this weak. Mr. Local girl ."Stewardship." Talk were given now associated with It A. Cam.

wen over Was lUydm'i ,lrI.. The by Mr*. R. X. Edward, Unv.A.JT. FOR SALE J yr. old citrus treee, eron. N. W. lit St. in CiUcen

' winning team ha challenged Mr. Van Master Mr*. L. Northrup 4 varieties Simon, one, Sliver ,Bank Bldg. Phone It.

'us Blackburn'* ,Ilia. Mr. Moomaw's Mr*. Holliater Sage and Mr. T. Palm and Redland rd. ((14U)
girl and Mrs Fleld'a girl played D. PicMMr LEGAL NOTICES
t Wednesday, Diamond ban HONEY-the clear thick, delicious

"' 1* now being played Instead of *. Brandenburg accompanied I l kind Nona better and it grove O/ LUCT W. PTfHKg. dr.w..d..d. .....
basket ball by Saideei Murray Elder sang a THE RIGHT FEED price Also grapefruit. Hoi- M UM 14 day of M.nk, IM. I fill: >M>*
of and t. H-HumbM W. P. Kluiilaii, <
southern melodic, rltf
group lliter Sage East Kings Highway.MISCELLANEOUS Dodo CMilly. 1er14a IM .,.... /a
The sanitation class 1 II studying Mra. West gave two readings.Refreshments : I IS IMPORTANT .1 of saw flesh sod for tI1.ern "... -
were served by M Ad.d.islrwtw of tho T. t ttW.
the care of the sick, cause of Ulnei the :I.niteu. Put your pullet chick on Ful., This IsY.Mw..r' Use": dalaae.d. 094.
and method of
cure. Others present were: Mrs. W. O-Ftp Crowing brash and iced i PIANO TUNING and repairing

E. Lewis. M.... W. E.: McConnell.I plenty of grain Good used piano for sole cheap P.1144
Miaa Hayden' seventh grade
Mr*. Jas. Elder Mr*. J. Spencer, W. X. Koon. US X. W. Jrd SL : .
claaa U studying the conjugationof TWo feeding program la 101.I ..
Mr J. a Mr Catherine
verbs in English and angle lowed by successful poultrrmeq I LEGAL NOTICES III the C,..... Gears KMomlkClrraH. '........
Plckard Mrs. Mary Petach, Mra. I Ir.4e CMHdr Marlim. !. "nun.MIT. .
eel their uses In mathematlca. J. T. Vann, Mr*. A. D. Smith and for the development of big strong I Case HI*. .......

The sophomores have finished Mr*. r. H. Fitch. framed well grown pullet with I In_the.1 ctmtt c....".C01 U sad for the Dodo Onmk r*"J ir.Fk ... HCLKNA IAMIJCL M w.j..voaTtoK TOKTWRRN; N, ,n.n.1,, -i.

their teat on "Enoch Ardeu" In The quilt made by member' Of vitality to stud up under hell /I >rMl. Ill L flUHMWr.BKAIMirn WKINItritU. PtahlUirM. It _SUIT M rt W>a.*nivimrH_lt .|> WHM kUM .

the home room there 'wai line 100; Royal PoInciana Woodmen' CWcle pre'product oa. UCOMAaD WKINHKRO.' the_oI hillIM In the .Wr. ...... o4''?. IkM

fifteen M'* five sole; and one,70. was awarded to Luther L It,r.r- N.k.e M.sad L. M VwMnrn ikr.,IM.. r..isMtks.e the'

.. The sophomores welcome DoroUty Chandler at the Dad County Tjrop4eal I. ops..rlnr from ., "Idoo.1I l riled InMM mt.e .f .*. wS'TiT'r..W. -," Moaks.
fJll&O.EP akoM OTtttM same that UK 4.t.r1d.sat ...
II Home, Billy Radford and Ran- Fair. Mr. Chandler gave Lm w4 WWnkwri. to a _....,,' if estate UM *KM'ban dit..f Musa rtarliM to M. 'I' -ason .
Caves back the flu w mnm UM_ ,Io... UM HUM *lriorMl eob.eo .' W"wi I
dolph from the quilt back to the clrckf. __ e .rw f'rod
sad Mat the of the MMWmitaiit suds b./e.d.an sM that :: : : The
and mump, but regret to ay that ( M xrUnUrtr M the MUM Itknew we .f tearerrears.. ..It ,1.l... .t ,
TWO ADDITIONS MADKTCV la ttjntlff, HMtrk L Woleb.re. .. .
Canon Malcolm, Nell Saul, and .,. ard.wd that .. aft-sliest Dal 6-6
ORANGE BLOSSOM TEAM retult-gft ting k sled rl r ItalllrMM Trart ComrurIMInl. be and she II hs.br remind k.
.-le SoweD home lost
Orph are still at M UM OMr W MnlUllMN, HUM U UM am of CMHIIMJIII IIM M
with the flu. Two new member. Mr*. Peart containing ..f M.rrloHl.. and that wM dleadt, MUM as as W/HM q" 4s>
Cooper and Mrs Thelma Radford UMMNI.... ._Wrtnknv.. Is MOT Uw ma of >/ ) IMS ..M.rwla"a"" I1*|.
'!>k'1nao run tore II so navesM those'J..l MM will k> tekw M .:>.Lr
The chemistry class made an were admitted to the Orange Blossom 1..w inssndothe.r the Stale d. rUrld ere. who" ..rake .. by old D.f..d.et. n
W prnaw w .M kIt binding was sold ,, 1
experiment with ammonia 1oatWednetday. drill team of the Woodmen' drfe.dset II b fort oMmil that the .1. WHnrlM.

It it now studying Circle at a meeting the L O. O. which M Um/on;. wised .that UM old ..*. ova panlhh.d.sha Ms to toe a wwh N.a..1.ed ens fear...N'..._....
halt a completely _*ll>t Lasso W.4nk.,., h kmlw r* .
F. publtahw I MM
Wednesday night MwiwuMt
oxidation and reproduction; I .. *
to sops In this w bus end .......
It waa announced that the next body Cat... ash fe* of AlOft A. D. I.... 0.n4a Womb *. ISM.R .
I M.f a mi. day d DIM own. t> strew .
The meeting win be a benefit bunco ratios \rt\ W
general lines class la UM IkwMfciM t* dM MM W wwplalMk rimit Claim
studying the vaflou* method of party tt the home of Mr*. Boni Ma( iIM In the 42"a others for M. awirr

communication.The Brady on Tennessee drive March ..ism be the 4..m.d all.eetlwne nod taboo washtoed as wa/b..d.thor.M.hell I I Cars ciarurTlo'iURTCiSAt. .M Cur >

It at 8 p. m.HOMESTEAD. I Hector Supply Co. tl U funhOT H wl HIM ikU r do MMtoM. MT l>lal..Hr.

u.dullC\lenee clan la..fuelTIn. --- ;;,;;;;;;;;;;;;;;..._..- he aea.s paklOh or aa mett.rol l..etnwtatP's"= .... I (11.,. 1-II.M-IT| Apr. II

the pulley, the inclined plane Homestead Fla. wh.1 to dodo .. .
DOWN sad M Mkimi b..r the Circuit Court eb: >rentk
and other simple machine: C.e.14Florida.. this etp day a. ilsea. Judicial CI'II'IID.."
A. D.. County,
11'1 I. nI Florida. In Chanc.rj. Cue Ne.
8t Loold, Little
Mra. Vebb'a room baa 14 new till q L&ATHf.IUIUtIl ), 43DI1.
booka for IU library. The pupil The 4.11 girls met in their club CITY DRAY f"IIIII1I"nlwlp courr, n IIALI+afor lNwa' JOHN SACrT&XRS' Corni, l n

buve shellacked! all of their book room Tuesday. The best chairman WATTS Prep.Hauling ",,,.... D IKmmi, A. K C...... ant v*. :MAY SAUMDE s 0-
and are' now arranging the book with the beat program for the year ItCEMAH AUMMM PUIMlir.M fendant.
ef any kind at startime. < .r. .-..-...,,, Apr. I) It bv anlda\/ ,
in the appearing i >n
rackS. made
They have: > the (l._ IfM4 I
to toe Clir.ll Court K ik Safe delivery guaran- ,
free hand drawing of spring flower (I..... W rbrln .hi sad sew : I. tb C/reek Curt KMwth JMWJ pended to the hill filed in ,the o
nmt "*.al". in rho""",,. N.. MJIU, teeeL PHONE 513-W C....... Dodo r_.",. r_. In Chownrr. above itnfrt i nut that 'W'I1'
which they have displayed ontheir MAOOIK= W KICK C"estslannt.l v.. two N. 14.131. Saunders the defendant ti" .It /'
border. JOHN IkrfnMta.t T40MAN WHKI_ ,, .. ..
blackboard airK. ,
CHLt .
RILL PUS uivoar rtelntIif( ... r A M : named i i n (dent <
Ord, a..elrtee D.f.ad.M M Aprs D./O' State: of Fkmtin, .n.""I t IHI .I' ,,' ,.t
Edna Forte and James Creech T* Mi A Rlr, Its Monk OMri..:, ;, ILL roa DIVtO.aRrCeRbfa I of 4.1J Thii l v Ui, wkKttut / Y

are in school again after I few 'Muntar o. III.,i Ikl H It sixth word 4>r that' April r><. Ml lass.>rOB TROP1CAI.MQNKEYJUHGLE. R II,....ppv.no.IN.v.".."t.w:.. toss 11..raw, there ta5i..t..I.'Ititth.of i ". ,' ....
day of illneia. M UM HUI at CMwtalnt Inrawfor flMMnliMl Kirk l lh errsslow,0 11"daa lhepra eased Florida, the *r, i II of uhp,...,..
Jm k UM ikn.. > "' end nIMMl I.n. n._1oIoto,. of ... atria "I "........ I upon whom would ulnri < n > Do
MUM, .M In f> t' lk n.rTk. *red rwlds.e 01 a ...'". ,or I oantry
Mra.. WnnI now teaching bet ears on av.ts.e .m be eauad ......1 .rONLY "illwi' IkM Uw aMW "* KWMi.kM end ilia, fondant and fast the I I. ("% ':r the
,... rra.d.aae W paN Iwl..lf' u h k'wStn age ef twenty-one yrantherefore It laIn
pupil police "ce. The fifth and LM sixth grades are playing a diamond Mood m* UM MJ.MB.I fcl wkkk lu JUNGLE .. N.se Jar..,. Mod that pl.ta id I residenkDOeAdaid b* and ), twnby
shall be 5.hlislad fat tow ras.e- bad .passed an on wais.a of brownon
ball tournament this week, also awke him the ..sld.ew d mW Lhsd.atthat required to appear b> !111!;, DUI
: m4 ORDFRCO M UM M THE U.S. HMM to M rtraa* In tk. awu als I of Complaint filed In said
During the fair Mr*. flfletd'i der bolos at In Marsh....>l.A.florW.P. loss. M Ikto UM fall Mid Mead .. D1.a.we.......... -n.A or before Monday, the (th>> day

claw told ticket for I cake and a a.. iu'41f. c- .d west than abl is ear .::' d Iwealp 1 of April A D. 1838, otherwise
dress C *rv Ikvto r.s..t Raw[* Drive ,.... ft.. ttmunnwh amend .... roe UM allegations of laid bill will betaken
cleared $11.85 which will be spent ef Karaaja. ReadADMISSION assn-ral4.sb L1.a"an be sad .... II!
a* contained Hid Oe
/';: for library book The beano maD fA1cr.J.Ooul.CIRCUIT ........ .4 .. oppoore thus rat .< fendant by >
a tot the cake. J. T. Pritchard I II tlMaiM( a, VOJRT511AL...hart.edl.isr >)> c:4: / It la further ordered that thla
Out with the flu while Clarice pod- Mr CaapWMW. order be
;ICce I-Ia"ae.l, AW. *) 101I1 Milo be -.0, M _I...... hr ... published once a Weak:
:\ eon 1* back fromthe 11Aumpe.There Ddead..t.Is for four conaecutrv1 weeks In the
II fwdoeto -.. UHI this tsar. Homestead :
...,...... a week f. iMw III ..I anewspaper
1\ are two puplla out with aaeune woe .. w 1*-4 Lards.akle.rnrtw published in laid .mm--
the Mumps and two pupil out HARRY'S WELDING SHOP o .i.i>.|ir voklkkW In .. ty and State.
; p vM9 4 anus. This Feb. la, 1M.
with the flu in Mia Bay room. Thin .-.ink 40 IIM.
K. Ik I.KATHKaMM.. nrrk at I X. B. LEATHERMAN: f>rd
MISS rtMNCKTOM, FLA. rhMtt c_ a> B.o. ocwcr, of Circuit Court. By r J.Gould. ,
Doney'i pupil are atudy.ing
: bakeries to geopaphy.' Frl- Pitiable Eferbrfa and AeetlIe.e1iefdlei an Cylinder Btock. 1 cist yr, till"ALI Circuit& Court Seal)

Cylinder Heads Alaanhna Coding* aad Belleftk.AatoBedve I :..._ ii-h15% Henry Bohrena,
ti : Are. a) Solicitor for Plaintiff.Feb. .

: ; .', Fiweral lose MachtM KeaaJrlng-Calerlng Ie garages .In aaalaibearing M c-qr J.4w's -' Do" ........ ( 21, 21; Mar. t, II, 20)
peering sad allMd "..sq. eoaaertiiig n4 peering x014.. ll. MI.
j Rot uTATc of tucr lr BTCBU DNMM. .
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and beriag and cylinder "= !
Istbr Attendees W tMMMtM t* Mane ........

t EXPERT WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEE to It1100 bw.kr stew pie!:::'sInnis f hs94 "..1 VQWAry.rr:
Phone IK-R Wmwehad. ria. ... ms 'lad and p.11,1., tor rne1Jersharp
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...... SERMON., ,-HVMIIaM.TOPICS-. The Redland Rattler GROVE'fHBATRB
20 Years
Mar. lS-Menlng aemeAi"Tb By JTJMUZI W. 1IATHAWATTo
<' Freef .f Oar Bi.sple'e Skews T and t Adds lea SIp
i dillaRuh1liHll!((( IILfiif( (( (( 4iIiilf( ( 1I .. J I .... aM gas t*
stowing: aura ss by 1M ZiP. seniors have decided to ot 13*. This book I* nearlyfinished. I t.4A. An.St1NDAYMONDAT.
tats swsetrrr tltaa bus .w.
i a... bun eta .r a.eve at..weSat.we.e..etreetws Neck ......- wear cape; and gown* lor greiuatloa. .
rasa u. It,,, The gown ere being eh*
tile saws start,--- lathed frost H< I ooa.DI8.APftSf ttil+llRCltKoh The.m.:8tI b, Mac. a fairly RICHARD DIX
j Mar. 96 Isis -i 13vm.istt ..... are to wear hI".a the Aft% ioi buss est M

***HXTL/[ **. baranaek's b so .... +Q. No Welts sus"rho ..bltt. '
Warehouse fti otarlyFtorida tom Wt De Are Oaf a grog "TransallanlicTunnel
I Awed th radto"program
,, r ( Qty) lete4."I' Lest ......... Mr*. Wm. Russell, the tacU4 M the school tonightPtarss **
teacher ha been 1"tU
"The trim*
winy -
I til wU to..... Admission
B. Tower are glad to CHftMTIANftCUWCKCHt'KCH$ and Mr*. Phillip took her Jtlar
ill may .8 .ua.AtoUara .
rte to able to be at home again TVKSaAT-WEONISDiAT! : :

and that ate b regaining her usual idA a-Free leetor by Althea rii Moat Of< toe students RICK
,l strength very taptiUy Mr* T.wcr teal lark Peale,. CAB ttSewaatoU mot With fllae 1ft iMCk there to Compete I FLORENCE
i i recently' underwent au operation aebeel MtttorhutM art a food Kui&twr tilt out ,In "Radio"! Broadcast tit
"'. In Miami, the tIPft'IttOlP't'f'. III A m.. TepM far heMHeiaMii "GuardThatGirV'TaVKMATntOAT
I Ins moat aucceattul. at 11 e'decta The Juniors r n quite satisfied ---
-"W. A. Mitchell returned to An amateur "radio I
Sub...... with the returns from heir lanes, peogruftwill
I :a Homestead cm Tuesday after a tomedoMf from Station BPS
., 19 weeks May in the hospital, -loRN's CBVKCttLealea In BmUaa4 J'ai'la Life School this
where he was talon after he broke at The uatan are working evening it I e'ctock. prbw wUl
his Its."On aervieeo Saaday their play rsolo nigh,11 but be awarded to the winners, and
a a.aa.a>4 11 ..ref Tuesdaysedtass.irrtealeat9a.us due to Illness the date last let
Tuesday, t It. Matthewa a cakewalk will conclude the pew
took former Governor Jennings, March U, tt again postponed into grail "FirstaGirrSATURDAY
Judge BUUngiley and A.,R. LivIngston and If. m.LentM aU the actor MM be present J
,! study class Wednee Throe wire wash to tab part ID
to a point below the Royal -
.ay U Sit*. lilt "broedosf are asked to see,
Palm Hammock where Mr. Jane A Testes trauma will be The public speaking claw it Mr*. Ttora VJfalMv Ura. sea REX, WILD HORSE

't slogs hu a tract el W.OOO acre, preached by the Rev ,.. W. practicing. a play j Fletcher: or Mr*. Ruth EuweU. fa
it being" an inspection and business o. rwiMr \ trip. ....'. Chorea, Coconut The twaier are .I -"Capt. Kardle up to Saturday Grove, "11F. Irma Sunday book entitled "The Junior Skits mary library of the school ,
Jut had hipped SO carload of to.m -- -- -
Much IS. through Swklay
inatoe Ills man wlij begin pickIng -
Much 19 (Saturday exoept.
on the east glad next week."
ed). The atrvlee are at I
"Venn Brother have told their|
m, awveeded ky IntercefatoM
grocery Store to Mr.Nixon, brother p.
at I M Po... AU are
of Postmaster Nixon, who took i
possession Thursday, the 0th but"' ,"1--. u>.

"Eric Stirrup la happy over the -
arrival of baby boy -en Sunday HOMtSTEAD' METHODIST
The Little family likewise cnuKcn D. Home CO. Inc.
acknowledged I 'LIttle' Increase Revival services by the Ret.J. .
In the familybo a boy Ben L TVUtwerUt daily tm Mar. j

King reports the arrival of t ,IrL JO.

The p. d. Says 'It we Should Stirrup Homestead, Fla. Phone &073 ,
Little King It might court SILVER PALM M. E.
trouble' Help." ClinCH

-"Prof. Fisher,principal of Homestead Mal 1J- .rmim at 11 a. .
High School, gave a short Itut "Win Many Be Saved*
address to the Bedlaml school children swam at 7:IS p. HU "Char.
last week Oft the Philippine aster Study of Simon rout '.
Inland Mr. Fisher Will, en March Wfce Dented the Lerd" Baptismal .
ld\.h. speak in the Woman Cub aervtee' and teeeptlea "..
House, at ':30 o'clock This i* .( weaiben Into the chuNh.CBT7KCO NOW AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR
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OM of the Lyceum number j _

mar pusan-aUAN "
1 Horticultural: Society l

I Meets in DtUnd in May Man II-MernlHC erra***: 'Westi.'nehouse
"A Saviors AeeettnV evening
lVThe Mr.eM "Te An the LIM *f
DeLand Mat 4Mh aa-
heal of the World", the ascend lawrite a
meeting the Florida State
Horticultural Society will be held ,,, Ckrk4" Estimate *fChrl qIu4&nu1uGEnnTonsS

In XteLand en May I, s and T, according tla *
to an announcement received
today from Mayoral T tike the View You en eordUUy tovhal t*,
Floyd Of Davenport, tecretary I Driver (to guest rider)* ThatY Unrest' die IVie Wefae0iOoldM
Plan for thl year1 meeting include I an attractive village we're coming e a Jubilee tlahig rant.Took
r discussions of current problems to, waint 1'tJ"-I'omtt'I'. will M* aa utterly nnr standard
in producing and handling I b B rdHgarator X1"*See wlHcer
citrus and other Florida fruit Reports Old Ate Pension N wan that emMy W years fI
win be rendered by repre Kervov Sutton "Sir, er-that electrical cbirwanmtbjr -heW
tentative of the Florida Cities U. I would like--to er-that 1* t,. krar"i Watt shot e-a mighty uunetoAmarlcmteduitry.
Commission on 1U activities, including I! mean I have been going with poll + .
the ttaUl national dverthlng I your daughter for five years-."

+ campaign CIa grapefruit Father "Weu, whaddye waavpeniionf MORE: DOLLAR VALUE
t, orange and tangerine ,I. "-Pens Punch BowL

I Hslity, ttntilmi tfutiraty ''

#m.r.ue t Ton will lilt Streamlined beauty

R PAUL'S BOAT SUPPLY s to delight :your rye* Adjustable'
ahdve give BtmiWlUjr tot auud-

mum atangi opacity at an time*..
r MARINE HARDWARE New Improved Xect-e-Cube lot
This Tray*-Triple Food Saver Set';
YACHT BOAT BUILDERS/SUPPLIES welded=OF w.-.a Ware Water CoolT *-

rtmwa give. Vas Paw Tenperatwe MwtartlwM -*
1L and doe fMtare* OhHtieted.MJUM .
I It the hit we Just a few of the

260 S. W. 6th Street Miami, Fla.M you will ..Dewy tadi towtod I
with veto".ketajrMMaMM
'sad.....w. I

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eempere ties point by point withTIMZ.TI '
III.... WtVe ears year efcriea
Deming Pumps and Water Systems tae +n' will W WMtechoe. TtonV .

sea"UWt pnfcclx ales w4 model to *t year ..*.- t
Slip Joint Irrigation Pipe ,aiatrw..ti.akn.ra. led your.Iioacfcet. Lot III skew you" :

};a Kerosene Driven Irrigation Pumps

Aermoior Windmills woo'

Call,phone ot write for my prkes


A' R. H. MAGRUDER want fee ** to.dudedtatheteteek. ( t R Ql7 ]'flh\'

Factory Agent

few 521 3121 Main Highway

Coconut Grove


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