The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00065
 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 27, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00087294:00065
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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i I Water Survey Is Endorsed FIVE POLLING PLACES FOR r


; Under Rigid U. S. Specifications

AND Letting f the contract this week be constructed on southern Dad

fee construction. I mile of the County's rocky surface, were confident
Richard road arm-to-market project that the originally proffered -
for $".000, put an end to effort 151,000 grant would resurface Mrs. Geronimo in ChargeOf 'B .Uots. Ask for Numberof
FLOOD LOSSES Initiated Monday (et federal ),+;owry road from its eastern i Boxes Grown in
highway engineers to make 'end tot Richard road and provide Flood Relief Drive

lieu rigid specification and allow ,new construction far a least five 1934-85 Season
state and county engineer to proceed mite ef Richard road. An appeal for contribution to
RooI1.SotWe and Burk. with their original plan tocrover : The board of director of. theRedland help flood sufferer In the Nerth I VOTE AS YOU PLEASE
a IS-mlte project with a wa Issued yesterday by Mr*. Wm.J. y'
hart ReJl"esent Grow. District\ Chamber of : BUT VOTE IS ADVICE
.Geronuno,fecal lied Cross chair-
; proffered federal grant of $52,000. :Commerce at a special meeting
ei:? on. Committee nan who> la putting oa the drive:i --
The $64.000 contract provide I Monday afternoon voted a resolution I and
which will begin tomorrow and :Arguments pro eon
for construction of only three asking for redrafting of specifications I
WILCOX WORKS FOR mile of Richard road, iron Mow i for the road and tile last for a week. 'If Given by Growers
SPECIAL ALLOTMENT ry to Epmor drive. Engineer ft. 'Homestead Rotary Club at Its Mrs Oeronlm will be la theAmerican I at Meeting
millar with the ease and economy meeting Wednesday endorsed the Legk auto tog office
Commissioners with which rock and oil road can : action, taken at the suggestion of In the American Legion building':,' Polling booth for the referei**. +
County county road authorities and Commissioner oa South Krom avenue every
and Planning Board to H. L. Cook. Thursday morning except Sunday from Ito I urn vote of citrus grower oa the

Be Seen at Once J.D.REDDINRACEFOR word wa received by the county 13 to receive donation proposed marketing agreement forth

: that the contract bad been tot for Florida citrus Industry will

The movement for Immediate the three mil stretch and It was open at t a. m. and close at 8.30

action to obtam. a water control NOMINATION I considered too late to tontinue $28,000 BUILDING p. m. Mxt.Tuesday. MardI. at

survey wa endorsed unanimously TO COMMISSIONBird I I effort Belcher started.OU Co. ls understood PARK the Silver following Palm locations Citrus: Growers: Association r

.t a meeting of growers held mth to be the successful bidder for the m $31,000 Mar Seaboard statlo,
*Revs King Coo1001<< .auditorium contract

at Homestead Wednesday and Turner- Expectedto The chamber: of commerce di- I HERE WAIT FUND RedlandsRedland Citrus Grower Aiae-
and H, C Reely. W. S."Burfchart .
r night rector Monday, afternoon also: data, Homestead.,., _
and Xakne Sottfle, St, Make' Contest a
passed resolution asking- the ,
-- Oouldi Growers, Inc., (BhGoo
were appointed servo with an Threesome eotnmleaie to start tile!
county Homestead Negro School ** packing house), Goulds.
committee from the
existing joint WMrk-of acquiring the additional
County agent' office chamberof
Redland .District Chamber of 3. D. Jtedd make formal announcement right-of-way along Krom avenue: Approved for WJPA commerc building, Homestead
Commerce the Homestead Rotary la this issue at theLeadesratercclae to the Trail which will be required Grant of $34,000 County agent's office ROOM
Club and tile Homestead city: that k*. k a by the staid road department 1104, courthouse, Miami
council In promoting the project candidate for tile Democratic before It will begin reconstruction Construction of a$21,000 building The plan was to have grower* ;
Grower wffi be asked to rer nomination to the office of county of the road as provided the reccntjy .I for the Homestead negro cut ballot 1the educational
port the extent of their lasses from the commissioner from the'fifth district adopted IBM budget: A school resumption work on the meeting held this week, but it
both flood and drought to I ot D *i County: 'WhI k U aU rlgbt-cs"8 150 feet wide will be I $31uN city reerealKmal: park wa found Impractical to do thai
county agricultural agent who! that part of th* countylOUth of recommended. project, and completion of ether because of the length of tint eois-
will compile them and turn them Silver Palm drive. Mr. Redd held project such a* mosquito control sunned to diacusiioa of the marketing
over to the committee for use In the office for six consecutive and repair to buildings of the icreement and because few
preparing briefs for the water control : term but did not run for reelection RURAL FIRE UNIT trict are held up pending a new grower attending cam prepared
;: survey projectBen In 1934. white school ot the Redland Dis- with the Information required' *n
Archer, president of thi Earlier this week, Preston B. allotment of funds from Washington the ballot
chamber of commerce, who presided Bird former mayor of Homestead,i iI MAKES SPEEDY to the Florida WPA. The ballots call for Informationa
after County Agent C. H handed out card in behalf of his I This was learned last week at to number of boxes of orange,
Stafford opened the meeting saidthat candidacy for the lame office, ajio, AND district WPA offices In-Miami by grapefruit and tangerine Produced
addition to the Joint com- RUN PUTOUTFrom
theRedland I subject: to the June Democratic a Joint committee: from the city by the grower In the 1I34-I9
mittee would be ought from
primary. He sail yesterday he council of Homeate.d.nd the season, and the number of these
District Uon and the -
would withhold formal newspaper Redland District Chamber of h* marketed through a co-opera-
Redland District Improvement Association. announcement of his candidacyuntil Redland School to Commerce, and will be included live association. County Agent

. : committee h* has qualified next week. Eckman Grove in 10 In a report which Councilman Chat II Steffanl requests grower
Member of the are Chaa O. Turner, who last the MinutesTen Henry Brooker, it, will make at to be prepared to supply that Information -
hi the of
. requested to meet lobby office to H. L. Cook by a marginof the next meeting af the council, when they com: to vote,
In Miami at 10
the court
four Votes in It34. I II expectedto on April 6.Twentyfour since It 1* required by the United
next togo minute after Mr*. W. 3.
o'clock: Tuesday morning
bee third candidate In the fifth thousand dollar State secretary of agriculture
before tile county commission Krone had phoned a fire alarm tothe.
district commissioner' race. Mr. of the approved $28,000 negroschool Sample copie of the ballot may
ask that the rural lirefightingunit ate.ttoned
or* and county sponsor
Cook announced definitely some project will be an outright be at the
inspected county agents
federal project for the water at Rvdtand ram Life,
time ago that he would not runtor (Continued on Page Two) office in advance ef Tuesday, if
control survey.' The IItIIt.1IiU move reelection.DIAMOND School,"the experimental tank-
'\ be present the project to truck spray putfit wee on the desired. '
""" board Ickman Sunrise Easter ServiceTo "We want to give every grower >
'the Dad county planning scene of tile tire, the .
and obtain its endorsement to the road-five mile from Redland Be Held in ParkA opportunity to veto and ** 'f

WPA district attic!: BALL grove, Avocado drl".nd Eckman pm hillklll'lllD connection with

AM now constituted the joint a<:booL. ... sunrise Easter service win Ae the proposed marketing sgteemenl -
f commltttet to"push" for the water HEADS TO MEET Driver Mason Roberts look the conducted In Legion Park: In whether he favor or' op-
till said Mr. Steituri."Before .
control survey Includes: Frank L. spray pumper directly to the right Homestead by the Redland Disttlt POM plan.
Skin and Wade Hunt from tbe spot and with the aid of volunteers Ministerial Association. The the agreement will beeves -
Rotary dub Preston B. Bird and TUESDAY; tram the Ballast Future Rev. Z. X.Nelson ef the Pnbrter- effective the secretary ef
the chamber of 1 put the fir out sericulture must find that tw.-
Boa Archer from ranoersChapter ian Church flu bring tilt me r
commerce; Henry Booker, Jr. In abort order, Mrs. Krom laid *.... Write of the grower by number!
. = and,frank Rue trora the Horn; Commercial League Start when,questioned a* to the efficiency Special music I* feeing arrange/5 *r volume of fruit favor the plan.
,e = stead qty council; and a C.. Reeiy, of the experimental outfit for. At his request the stat agricultural
James tlottnti.Sr.and W.S. Burk. ed last Night; Second Only.a-few tree In the, Eckman uteastoa service I* cowluctiBf

hart repreaenUnr the to Bo Decided grave tore burned. Tim WKATBEXState the pen."
CMigrma WOont I* wart hat -- County Commissioner K. L. Meeting of citrus grower wen
far u Immediate allotment of At the diamond ban coirfti'enu Cook said yesterday that the rural "bold, at the can of tile county
ttere+.t sus.swan d ae 84610"mi. geat.. t* Redland School .udMothm -
watereootret Jut *
s WPA fund for the held night in Brooker Lumber flre-fl&ttnr unit granted W- .
lowwww6d. Sur"
I according ton letter read Co. office, U wa'decided to ua dJHjty by his brother eemniutonen Monday Eight ADdbe
A grower** meetlnf Wedae the Jour team represented at themeetatawtveeker. AI'demeoetraUmg H* efficiencyat : Mani[MS Bar. Community Rail at South Miami

4 day eight by Mr. Bird, wto'' a* W. & Harm. ee* fto to which U U called. HaZlTtlll TT TT. 233? Tuesday morning. Mr. Steflaaldistribvted
10 chairman of th*, chamber Of twmJ Co, Vatton Rurerier ant a team,Ite hope to *ee nor ef tb* unit Mar. SI 71 tS 3009 copies of the citru*
10 mere* committee bad written Mr. from Florida Qty>-(n a commercial 'established In the rural area of Mar, 22 75 40 agreement and explanatory satiate
Wilcox early last week advising -cue.The Dade County when the board finds Mar. JJ 71 47 30.15 od pemstakingly went ewe
heat of the crop kwse cauaed by organltatton of another I how wen they answer the need for Uar. M __ II 49 previsions *f the agreement Mummaruwd
the recent heavy rain and asking league ooroprlaln* poauJbly.. the the protection of grove from wild Van JS 83 54 3000 In advance for Ik*
(Continued oa' Tara lie,.> (Continued oa P.goTbcee) fire. Mar. M 12 5J 3004 (Continued oa Peas Twelve)

J Only Ten Days Remain for Registering in Your Precinct

Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday March 27, 1981 '

1 I of lie circuit court Is the selection said He related anecdotes of president: Mrs J. Ralston Wells, ford recording secretary;
: BUILDING I at Johnson Pace Miami,
$28,000 In divorce cases, of the parent oourt room cxpcriDncvv I Daytona Beach vice-president
j II beat fitted to have the care, cuotody I John W. Hill of Suite ft. New large. Mrj Thurston Robert, Mrs. T. S. Green Tallahassee,
"I and control of the child or Mexico who made a short talk .Jacksonville, **eool vise-lms.i- responding secretary; and V
AND$31OOOPARK .II f deli MM. Ra1 1l A.. IIrn4t6, ..- John W.Wckin' auditor
. ;. i I children involved Hid Judge mostly ore humoMu earl..., t x- ,
Worth TrMMttU. Dade County pressed pttaaed sttrptise M the
HERE WAIT FUND I circuit court judges In a talk Tuesday ubstaaktot Mtjv tt the BedlandDistrUfa
night to the Lens Club of the growth lIMe be was herein
Redland District on the duties ofa 1928Mrs. .
) iI' 'Continued From Page One) corcutt court judge I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI

. I grant by the federal government Civil case involving more than Kellum Elected
The M 000 which the Cade County $3000, chancery cases suits for r
:' it ",chow: board put up a*sponsor I II divorce and foreclosure, are tried I State Federation Head I herewith announce my candidacy for the
f no sore than the board found It by the circuit court, as are crlnv.Inal .I I office of county commissioner, fifth district, 1'
WM ring to be obliged to spend caw Involving capital p nIwiment -! Tampa Mar. 28 (FNS)--Closing I
. 6 r on,plumbing Improvement for the Judge Tmnmell told one of the most successful and interesting subject to the June Democratic primary.
portable hack* which house flu Civil suits involving 19,000 or I convention* In the organisation I
> Homestead pupils at present less are tried by the civil courtof 's history, the Florid J
1. The fet would employ record, and all crbmnat cases;I Federation of Women's Clubs elected J. D. REDD
.\ 33 unskilled laborer. seven semiskilled I except for crime punishable by the following officers to serve j
i } and 28 killed workmen. death are tried by the criminal, during the ensuing year: I
.; Resumption of work on the I court.. or the court of crimes, he Mrs. J. O Kenum, Tallahassee,. I
\. recreational park would employ -
.: : 90 men for peaked of six month.
,'t. The Inquiry made by the Joint
t commute of the council and the
chamber of commerce wu
prompted by the need for summer
employment of the farmers and
.I.*'mt laborer left without resource
: until next cropping tea
.. son: by the recent dlaaitroiu rain
.. that drowned out tomato and
\ ; other vegetable crop and ended
\ the harvest reason for m&rI1l1"OWo

f(..>. er* before It had started welL '{,

) : Lexington Xy. Mar J -Letter
I Smith of Homestead. Fla., son et
{ George W. Smith has been pledged -
to Delta Tau Delta, lIatmnal*)-
j cial fraternity of the Universityof
Kentucky Mr Smith b a ophomor -
I It
:, : in the college of commerce

1 }t Children of Divorces I iw ton,

: ;, Big: Problem for Judge I '

One of the most serious problems J !
t J ) which come before a judge I It1 w r N' r tChevrolet's \
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those with refractive valve-in-head
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orroMEnIsr uriffantf" td/
: 11 MeCrary Arcade at economy itwJj Z naero.una

1 For the Best In

r t OPTOMETRYDR.NEUENSCiIWANDER Every test prows it's more

f DR. a GONZALEZ '\ economical Every Chevrolet
j 111 Venetian Arcade, Miami \ ;
\ owner knows "it's more

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Tie Chevrolet angles the meat sees x iaemieal
ROTATION IN OFFICE I a..t-ooDe engine predated economical And every

URGED BY GETZEN I today. bee.we (1) It is a ale.eythad es

:;::;" "Ia' i+eJt..+*" person mil readily understand Iu tattn-iit-teaj design eats guohnetxHitaiuptloa
still lower because share ItIMS
laa 0/AMI tlmugk ike tmOt t]AtamtiusiM
these simple A-B-C reasons cAamiar la ..lr.Jn.head
I engine, and the ad.anoedcyBaden constructions
I f1I aha (] 8IIjIbM ghee lDa DIa.
why ii more economical ....(... rsaurl)ea,."" .

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Its six tytta&ra na Iew gas cad oil-6t
bee eau the Rust gas and ell-lor all A emurw, voices "UII .
sr*the gout aocaxmitrslbbatlaa a-
+ Used ta modern sotoowia.*. e i _

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Moat Important eI al).o.ImJIeI' ,
a-.pteee TURRET TOP BODIES...lUCn-COStTilES. working parts result ta avm 4tpiuiM ',.;'
i7 S1ON'.u.VE-L"f.UEADIml1'o.'JUnIO'' $JIQ C AND.:'J ''",. .f New* .' -.e. a longer period of tuue, .:. .1SAYJNG
-d Fri MAAS AY with the bwe.t m.lsansaee eats
r.C: TIME OT: ruN. c-..... ...,.....,.%-r.--g. ..r..ww w.M.Ok*0 n.... CIIomIIet'. ......in.heed rise "
SAML'EL w. crrzxNBe o-.Iet.e d.lt.e..d law,-* pay.r III ,,.. ...-r w._ --. '_eJ.J.W'" char.l.Ce rrfw ;
*, frern Banter CeutyCfcaace _ta. Otm>ek. Melee r-,..,. Detain Michigan. _u.........."., ___......___ .....-P. wi&hGa.tquL 'J
.eaa .r'*<..... BeUUoa >
fa* dries to .*..f Ue aardllaal -
a prtsdaJea of the Bird Chevrolet COmp"anY' !
t aarty.- elalna"laa" De--"I Y
dMate far

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March 271936. THE tEADER.ENTERPRISE' ._.. _. __...'.. ______ .. ._ ._ .-..... .,. ;-
Letter Awarded H.H5. I ttthlng experience of some famous Natural Oas will he on display. .s. P.ly Wwt ft.In\tectl,
DIAMOND BALL people told by Mrs Wm. and the public Is invited to inspect 'Raleigh rt\.wq. Tal'llpa' ;
a Basketball Players: Noland, Mrs. O. A. West and Mrs. them. Mr. Lynn MM yesterday Peter TotnMtlio Or.....
HEADS' TO MEET : _\," :I Katherine Picker: reading "The Frederick Vet' Roy Crystal'
White Hs on a green background > I I Qu rte ". by RMhaHl Btggers, dialogue River.J. .
tH were awarded to snembeN by LuclUs West and Eunice 18 Candidates in Race Q. Yearwood Winter Haven.JJI ,
AGAIN TUESDAY of the Homestead nigh Reboot i Walker; reading by Alah Taylor;
i i basketball squad in assembly yesterday reading, " , morning by Coach Theo t'! Have", by Lector Archer; playlet,
(Continued on Page Three) BJeter. I "God WIn Tk. Care of You". by Tampa, Mar M (FN8)-With
Homestead Rotary Club, RedlaiM Those rewiring letters were: D. Ellen Vann. William MoMlchaelVlrgiMe every incoming mail bringing requests
District Lions Club, a team from H. DelUnffer, team captain. Otha Donejt and Barbara Jean for authentic lafwotatton
t, I the keys and any other team the Hackler Theodore Franklin Earl I Smith,solo by Mrs. Vera Sumnwrlln as to Just who has sMwunced for
might be formed, will be discuss Rohrer, Richard Mattxm all ; duet bT Mrs Sumnwrlin andMrs governor the Florid News Service E
ed at a meeting to be held next iors Earl Smith, junior: and 8 L West; music by Mr*. gives below the Dames of those I
a Charles Little, sophomore. I Howard Johnson; and closing remarks
Tuesday night At lids meeting ; who have announced to date:
" 1 the advisability of sponsoring i by Mr Walker W. C. (Bill Bennett, 00.... ,
'I recreational program to include I i Program on Tithing: SStradbrdBCaldw VTauchula i
diamond bull for young boys and To Be Given Sunday Virgil Lyon Becomes it, WUmi
swimming pool activities will also Jerry W. Carter Tallahassee i
Bottled Gas Dealer
be discussed. A program on tithing will be Dan Chappell, Miami. a
L. B Sonirneri principal of the given at 11 o'clock Sunday forenoon Fred P. Cone, Lake City
Homestead school was ael cte<) at the First Baptist Churchby Virgil Lyon has been appointed R. B. Oautier, MiamI. tenerulPublic:
to act upon his suggestion to haw members of the Where" Club I dealer for Natural Bottled Gas William C. Hodges, Tallahassee
number of ports-minded business headed by Mrs J. R. Dorsey In the Homestead district and to-I Amos B. Lewis, Marianna Utilities
men present to take part In The program will be as follow: tiMrrow will open a display room Carl Mapoles, Wakulla
the discussion Theo J Bleier, proyer by the Rev. C N. Walker; In the Manley building, St W.' Mallle Martin, Crestvltw.
schools, streetModern Leslie J Miller, St Petersburg nsveonmeJ Phone Matino
r coach of the short talks on tithing by Mrs. J. Mowry
suggested! that money derived Tom Vann .and Mr. Bellinger; gas stoves equipped for Noel A. Mitchell St. Petersburg.
from diamond ball belied for a
recreational program which would
be under the direction of one man -

1 Opening : 01At sii C RIMTAM"

Saturday NATUROL, Mar. 28





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cheapest control I .

I AIIXTEBN- What gauge have you for pride of

ownership your wife's delight in
Spray your Beans, Tomatoesor I measure theburap-
a car that is more manageable thane
Strawberries pick-
r-to-bum per her needles P'f'l
knitting J
ing dip or wash after pick !'
stretch of Buick ... "" .
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Ins,to insure better M J .... "'. .....
The Buick Special is what the trade ..
arriving at R Special and a yard ?),New. .&Ostick ,,,,-,
whether you 'condition" or I gets lost in its calls "t big package." It offers w--'..1d1a* tuI,I..,,-,,,,,..-

not l back- eat head much i in measurable things, more ....! .II"-"'-."., ". ,.Wep
Wash or dip a basket of I than holds its i own in sidebysidecomparison. JIl --,.,.r'.,....."
Straw- room ''
Beane, Tomatoes or space "
berries in Sulfoclde.: KeepIt ,." G MJC
alongside a similar basket But what yardstick .0 asfo
unwashed Then But it has an extra edge in the eloquent 'A'-awn""'
undipped or have you for power io smooth, so t .S'f
you will see Sulfoclde'i: value. quiet,so effortless that only the song fact that it's a Buack-and 67 ice,J.riro
One cent expense before we'd like to show how that _....."b
of the wind in your ears tells you : cP?
shipping is worth one dollar makes it than its inches.OtMSmM I.
expense after shipping I how swiftly you are flying?

The best dealer in Florida I How can you measure steadiness "
Insist on having a 711if-
1'AllI: lor leaflet, I and that down-to-eirth sort of road. d .I.A

l I hugging travel that makes you feelso '

"SULFOCIDE I much more secure in a Buick,

no matter what your pace?

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'PnBaFnnr THE*,LEADER .ENTERPRISE, Friday,March 27. IS

f: f. ; W LEADER-ENTERPRISE ... _TIDBITS...... Luke Rich (Fool"Chapter. Well U),,,entitled the sermon"The!1 I Russia Real U. SL Menace, Not Jai inA .1

6 '. rtbUahed Friday at Beeaeetead. Bf fbObtor Sag wad not an academic Windstorm I Osaka Man Writes Grandparents

I : Flea ty tka .... Dade .... .." ... nor I purple has, I
} hblishiag Co.y Do you appreciate, folks that
r MEET THE: COUNCIL MONDAY we have a mayor with a back vivid picture of Ruaa1111-J.-1 was graduated from the Unit<

; ISM A.m.1:...., He wa Irish, at least he cam bone, I beard him deliver a paneee-AmertcaA relation I* given of Florid school of )Moa
but from the Emerald: isle. end speech the other day from which by Howard M. Norton, member about five yean ago end toulf

: t Eaetered M second UM mill he wa possessed of a keen Irish you could see the spark fly. It of the staff of the Osaka Daily 1 Osaka position moan the

f 1 palter Matt ,3. 1.11. at the post sens HI first appearance. In thgreat was In dntunclatloon of the gam- New (Osaka Malnlchl), Osaka' The Osaka Dally Nw gel. eu

i *Moo at ........... fieri**.ender and busy "Bras City," Wing and drinking retort w*, the lapse In letter received here recently aa edition printed In EaglMh and

the Ml W Mater I, 1379.SUB. (Waterbury, Conn. 139,000 population people of beautiful Homestead, by his grandparent, till, two printed Im Japanese *
: ), adjoining my home town, permit end encourage, even wide Rev. and Mr*. Howard M. EckelAccording day. It has a circulation fit "

; FUCK. p... A TEAR wa* at night and his stopping open Sunday Harper I* a mesa to Mr. Norton Japan to 000,000.
place was In the manhole of He peak I roam of English that not the lightest bit Interested Mr. Norton' letter wee '
ti a sewer for three while his in fighting the United State but wr
BROTHERS ETERNAL days, even his enemies can understand.That on Feb. 0, before the 4ee:
family carried him food and water. day; he remarked among her big worry I* Russia, of the -..IIH r
.e plunged" Into the maelstrom How COllIe? He wa t refuge e other truth that the church people Th writer of the letter to the crisis Excerpt: from It follow

,; of passersby, because of some mldemetnor. After ought to back him. Lots of people son of Mr*. Grace Norton daughter -
." And topped man. Stopped U a summoning courage to emerge applauded. Certainly we ought. of Mr. and Mr Jd: .1, who 1* "I don't think you'll hartworry ,
mild term. I In the daylight he wa very careful and will-that la U we are real a frequent visitor at the home of about I War In Europe: ]

lie crabbed the man with both I of his appearance for a year, follower of Him who drove the her parent In Homestead. HeJingling Grandpa Nobody' ready for wet
; hands and draw I lest he be recognized and arrest gambler out of the temple witha over there. They're all too poor"to

4 Him to his breast then hell him I ed. big -..----- tight--and beside, they M vet'"
offal A* soon a* circumstance per- just how can we how our SawsBy got a good excuse to start shooCBf
Ann' length until It became a mitted he opened I miserable rat- color and back our mayor in this yet U you're looking far a war
case of mutual bole and began to dispense liquor great effort to clean up the city Annie Maybew FlIaJIatrIek however keep your eye on the

Recognition. They both clasped A* everybody knows, there I* By attending In a body the openmeeting -- border between Soviet Russia and
hand wildly money in handling' this poison of the city council next Tl d.wn-I ass I funny thing, Mtnchoukuo. That' the hottest

Happily danced up and down,, which spoil men' bodies and Monday night at 3. And this, No foolin'. spot on the face of the earth right
with the Joy I damn their lOW, so our hero doesn't mean male Christians It look a great deaf like i string, now Every day the frontlet

Of meeting they; hugged .1 very soon Owned a better Joint, only Are you a woman without No foolin'. guard are shooting at each otter]
F they Caressed they and then a still better one that a lover, a husband,a son or daughter Just watch the creature writhe andqulrm across the boundary then a

Rapped each other' iplne . had mirror and wa dignified by or a friend? Do you- want tually I* a boundary, which tile
i \ etc..etc the name of a saloon.. your laved one to gradually become I say, can that thing be a germ? Japanese claim there 1ml. Unless

They parted with promise* to Pat was shrewd and his missus lets manly, clean dependable No-I'm a bird and that' my i Russia and Japan get togeth

) .. meet ihortly; saved his money, and before I wit brave? If your life stands worm.No I Within the next few month aivllgn

1 My friend cam back to me "I aware of It, he wa looking after for what I II decent, pure, elevating foolin'. some sort of border aIM .
h haven't," I three bartender with a* many refined bar every engagement, Went, there 1* going to be lot o{

t He exclaimed, "... him for over place of business, If one can defer your bridge ;your baking or to see In this, your home city? They trouble in Siberia-trouble that
six yean. truthfully call such place busi- your embroidery and be at that w.nt0 know whether their desire will spread once it get started,

I' i "Friend of 70\11'I" I asked. "Friend heis place*-place* where the Income I meeting. for a clean place in which to "1 hate to hear all this howling
r of mine ..'' I I* largely profit,and the outcome Was the rght0 vote battled for bring up our little. folk I* backed In the United States about thin

He somewhat echoed. Trlond of I I II poor deluded, defeated, and won that you might smile at by your demand menace of Japan'. This country
mine- demoralized human being, satis the growing evil of the day and Don't disappoint a clean, keen Isn't the slightest bit interested infighting
+ ; "m tell toll the cock-eyed world!I tied with selfishness and satiety, see the youth of the land smirched city council and don't let the members the United States. RusiU*

Why, that' the guy who scratched : regardless of the right and needs and ruined while you give no feel they are bearing all the I II her big worry And RuwUj i
my back for m* I I of their wives and children. sign and make no effort? The burden for better civic conditions also, I* I bigger menace to the
While we were In those damned j I But Pat was wearing fancy councilmen want to know what Meet them there Monday United State than Japan I* we

I lousy trenches clothe and driving an expensive you stand for. What do you want night at 100.: (Continued on Page Nine) ,&
\ i "At St. MihleL I car In which he smoked choice
tv'' -Merely Harold" cigar

1 In the Unebook. im To hell wid them, an' dlvll I bit II 11ORIDA 1 '
I do I care," were his word and q hMuw fA

attitude, till one day, a* I happenI -
I BETTER: THAN ALCOHOL I to notice one of<< his fin dis

f Alcohol hat solution dive wa in the hand
; an Irritating effect
f of different
party Merely out
when externally but other' rue 1.esT
of a
-I curiosity I went round the corner -
7 ere better irritant; It': to COMM BCIAL
Investigate, and to aH
i: i* an anaesthetic, but chloroformand
three had changed AlH'tlN /tt TUtVMTSO
owner ;
ether are better anaesthetic; }
It has an antiseptic effect; but a I The discovery threw me into a TAns HAS
three per cent solution of carbolic brown study, until a week later I 4,4NAU61/24TEO,
met Pat face to face, and seized
add I better than flve IN
a *eventy- :
tilt opportunity to ask him U he I'JOomop
per cent solution of alcohol; It:
had met with
product heat when oxidized In
the body. but It cause the body i I no," he replied with a loud laugh
"Sure I mould thlm all at 1
a good
to lone
mom heat than this oxidation -
I! price"I
produce, It save some of
I'I Then t had to ask a second question
the fat from being burned, but asa A
: "Were not the saloons
rule lie tat It save ought to 'be paying
burned instead of lodglni in theF oneS paying well?" His reply A804-or M X x6daacw .

7 heat t ti,"uei and other \ Itlll or- showed his rare good senor and
foresight. H* looked me straight fate =0.44 Int. "
F (nn v ix It become a source of
m the eye and (aidMe bye I iAWJrA40A1
cl/tnlt't' It Is good furl for an en- L
have thl'H" fotne yth
bye Iver
glW 01 i lamp but the idea of
i mild look at, and a saloon was ,
this pin "plmm poison being ticiodfoi it 0
no pine for thlm. M sex I, to ham
i 1 fn or food In the body of man
wid the liquor bustneea ,
01 ..'IV |1/1/ inn thing l is IBagical, un- army waft 41
an' 1 let tab ,go." 7
Kjontii" ,)nI..I1.(),;cther P"JNter-
ou : Ii", I hmond Pearson Hoboon Pat still drives expensive card
'" : or rather he hat taken on u
er. but he Is m a cleaner buss nest,
riff s1t' .1L DISORDERS AKD Reader. I relate this true story

INSANITY to set you thinking Are you a
bnghtoung nun believing you ;v W., IM1 3e,+''l z. .
A truth of which I have become can associate with bums and drink +Tri" yA1Fti ..

convinced in 30 year of, a little of the potion. without be- R U1ARi'AJ.GGXAMP.tES t?
treating mental disorder a t lug degraded? Millions of (utter
truth I should lik -flfwe tang tar drunkard with lost louts have OF1IPJiWf

and wide until )f aiiars the con i I thought the same Few ever escape

i adOHsneai of everyone and becomes Arc you a father Vetting a
part of our daily t thinking wrong example before your tons 1
thlr the balls of moat menial disorders and daughters? Baht Haven't

t* physical" Locate the I you a* much sense a* this ignorant M t'DN

I physical disorder; correct It U It I* Pat who was rated in a sod house V2ORIVA'w
corrodible; and the mental disorder I In County Cork

I usually correct Iteelf That' DId you hen the Rev C N, w
a fact *o obvious, that the wonder: Walker preach last Sunday; eve
la that it heeds be stressed; but It Wing? HIt sermon would have

doe*.-Qtrl W. Sawyer, M. IX, In mad you think of Billy SundaY'1str.lchtfromtheahould.r
the Rotarian M c* lne, appeal

I to men's common sense, that made
'thousands Ml the
t PAGE t>t. TOWNSEND' sawdust trail
I and cry to God for forgiven and

Cheat up, Grandpa don't ;you cry) future guidance Mr Walker
You'll wear diamond by and by. ;i asked an absolutely raw question -

Uncle Sam baa money mill containing much food for
Mad to grind out brand new bill. I I thought H* said. 'Isn't much of die airplane lad ben used M a vrideUf Nassau and South American point.

With his old age pension law, .1 the misfortune that has
H* will help you in your Cause I Homestead just judgment upon renter,. Its adaptation to commerce wae Ant exstate many VALUABLE RELICS: and tcbmtih

No more worry over bill, u* for defying God and HI* commands plaited daring the winter of 1114. At this tine, data tar been found that fear done' much to t

Butcher dun, or doctors' pill*. for permitting desecration the INITIAL AIR TRANSPORT LINK DT TBS acqoaint with the
degree if elvilisaUoa attained
No more panic over rent. of the Sabbath and the running UNITED STATES was established Im florid, the
ay' ancient Indian tribe of Florid
Leave that all to government of Open rum hole' and gambling operating between Tampa and St. Petersburg tat Several "
Din on squab and caviar, den and of place of prostitution? a period of tiaras month each year and carrying yean ago weny of theca antique relicswere '\
Ha Cod opened the window of ---. en Weed* Island Mar St :Pets
Sport a streamline motor ear fceth pusenger* and ttpr***, &M thl* pioneer. burg Come
When the blizzards bill a bit. heaven and drowned u* out for were found to be ma4epleese l
eoamtclal air service the world
Off to Palm Beach gaily flit. I nothing Isn't it possible that witnessed the aboriginal deoor Uve art The solo taaeVef.tti

'Lead a life of pleasure bent I worse thing will be sent upon u* dev.lopm.tat of one ef the Urge potential mAuMee pottery it elf we feed e. U wctoMM*>'ae*
s But yw, mutt spend my con ', .. go on a* we are doing? Be *f Ibis 'a.*e of fee rainbow. 8e rataafcl was this'le
elwet. .****x4 eeareeittal air Ha** eMMwctfa. "
Florida bbd aCtt4
Whoopee, Orandpml: Stay alive' preachlnl wpoa th* story r*> ttteat t1seNAawttrpealsa.ab lsase

f .hlAr teeth.atsitt t ,, !;!( J 1IjCd |tf ouUrd "M recorded by .e* tO yam t4 tU* ewutry. Wit : ladlMaain> :ihaja u".ar .sA .. ,,;;,


Friday March 27. 1936. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pair Five

Trophy and Gold Balls First Head of Tientsin man wag largely read...,far' IATIMER TO .8r AK:
Senior '
Class Wins the fofraat f rr
Presented Home Team Rotary Club Talks Hen Two vocal solos were sung by Hugh I. Lattmer, secretary of I
Interclass Cage were I Mr*. Lewis Brandenburg, with the Men's Brotherhood of Florida
Miniature geld baakfttball* by Mr win speak In the lint Baptist
piano acoempasOmeot
T. J. tint
Worthman president
Series of' II. IL S. presented toth, member of the Julian H. Webrter. Church Sunday evening at f:S W. a Horn Co. baaketball team of the Ttentaln, China, RotaryClub
by Tbeo J. Dieter at a chicken told ol It* organization it
Th* seniors won the Homestead dinner at the home of Mr. and! 1831 and gay Interacting facts
High School Inter-class double Mr W. T. McConnell Wednesday
about the large North China City
elimination basketball tournament evening. The occasion waa turned
conducted by Coach Theo J. Skier Into a surprise party for Mr. Me- in a talk to the Homestead Rotary PREEASTERSUIT
1 during the put two week Each Connell manager of the Home Club Wedneada1nOOD.
,d of the tight player was awarded team to whom Mr. BUIer preeenteij The talk wa of especial interest
a miniature liver basketball at the 20-Inch gold trophy donated to the Homestead Club M It U e0wh
assembly yesterday. to the league by the Dixie Drug. sponsoring the organization of a
The worse were as follow: loth J:. L. Lawrence Browa'j: Pharmacy I Rotary dub la Soochow South
grade 43, ftth grade It; 12th grade and Burton' Department China. TtonUlo the oldest records -
/ 15, 11th grade 25; 11th grade B9,' Sties of which date back to 2201
>Ui grade 18; 12th grade 36, 10th Those receiving basketballs B. c., U a city of I, OOOOO. but it
grade 171 llth grad SI, loth were Wm. Bradley team captain,did not become commercially Important
grad 2s, tftlj grade 31, 11th grade and coach, Wayne Erpenbach, until 1851 when the Amer-
26 Arthur Hemming Gen Camp 1 ken and European nation succeeded C. SALE
e Donald Sullivan 11th grade bell, John Bauer Paul Cox Harold in having the open door
>r a game With the Hh grade. The tcUl Dan Mullin who was to receive I I Mr. Worthman **UL
of the high scorers are: Don- basketball was not present The principal European nations stock of
a 1 aid Sullivan, n; Pierre McDaniel, Others present were: Mr*. McConnell I have concesaion then, but the Owing to our vast
Ie; Earl Smith S9; Winfred' Owen,'' Mr*. Staler Mr*. Brad- United State refused to accept men's suits on hand at this
e 28; Richard: Mattson, 24;; D. aBellinger toy Min Annie Mae Booth and any territory, and when Mr.
d 23; Theodore Franklin, Miss Jean Parnun. .I Worthman went there a* manage season of the year we are
iii of the Ttentaln branch of the compelled to sacrifice scores
Players linking part In the tournament ''Friend Writes of DeathOf American Railway Express: Co. h*
4 were: 9th grad*-Rex C. A. Gale in AugustTh found that American Interests do of our highest quality suits
4 Faust, Clinton Bishop, Noah Pete business under the British flag.H* at a great saving to you.
arson Wm. McMlchael, Harvey following; telling ol returned to the United State
Rue, J. Schallern. J. Hardy and the death of C. A. Gale last August about ten year ago and was district Come in and make
s t Martin Blshlp' ; loth grade -Man- ha been received from afriend I manager of the American your
uel Hancock, PIerre McDanlel of Mr. Gale In Montpelier,.I Exprea Co. with headquarter In r selection out of our complete
C'haa. Little John Walton, Randolph Vt"It Miami until hi retirement Stew of Curler
Cave, Malcolm Canon;Jack hat com to our ,attention yean ago stock consisting ,
Getup and W Smith; llth grade- that no notice has appeared to 1 The Tientsin Rotary Club ha Sewell and Kirschbaumsuits
t Dukes West. Billy Arthur Donald relative to the l '
your paper passing 14 nationalities represented In Its from
Sullivan, Earl Smith. Robert away of C. A. Gal. Mr. Gale was membership of II Mr. Worthman in sizes ranging
p Gauzens, Wlntred Owen, Torn retarded aa one of Homeitead'i laid. There are ten Chinese and 34tu46.
e my Collins and J. Cooding; 12th citizen for he and Mr*. Gale had i one Japanese snember. Mr. Worth'hemmmnmlmmm
y grade.-D, H. DeUlnimr Richard spent the last twenty wlnten I .
a lattaon. Theodore Franklin, Carl there. CVRLEE WOOL GABARDINES to blue .... grey sad brw.-4U _
Rohrer, Labon Bishop Bill V r- owner In
"He wa a property .
toe J, B.; Ctoninger and Harry your city and I great lover of the >. latest sport 1"1eI. catch packet *
e Brown. Homestead paper. While at this i 3-PIECE SUITS, $29.75 to $35 value, 24-95

r late date we regret the delay, It i Croquignole or Spiral during this sale ....................................
Local. Cage Team Loses' WM our undemanding that the

.. To Key West Tigers notice"Mr. appeared Gal wa after born his in Barre death.,I $5.00. $7.00NEWEST ;i 2-PIECE SUMS, $22.50 to $30 value, 19.95CVBLEJ

A; team of Homestead tatket- Vt, on August 19. "". M. METHODS OF BAIaVi I this sale ....................,.... .
ball player bowed to the Key young man he war engaged in the :
West Tiger Tuesday night in lumber business In Michigan but i AND EYELASH TINTING i i! Cl'RIXE:WOOL TROPICAL WORSTED In MM,gry and brawn

Key West. B7-88, In. a fast basket- the moat of his life wa pent in : .plain *r fawn,. plaids, cheek and solid eelor New styles.
taji.g.rn*. Anal Barrow scored, and around Montpelier Vt.,where ; Finger Wntna-FaeWe SUITS $22.50 to $30 value
21 point for Homestead to lead! he was engaged; In marble and _i JlaaIe1ItI.areell 19.95
the scoring. Halo led the Tiger I I granite bualnei He wa a true I :\ by experienced operate during i this sale ... w.._- ._..........._...
with 22 point gentleman one whoa word wa: .1 Leeatlea
u good a. his bond and he helped I Taan Same HOLLYWOOD SUITS IN BLUE. GREY AND BROWN
tier wee 'I".1....... re Hi* many people who came to Mm In I
lIel.. ..r 11 0 CunvMI L ( 0 4C time of trouble. I 3I: Mae MorrisBeauty 3-PIECE SUITS $18.93: to $22.50 15.93
t r 4 0 Ptlltiisw I SoilIvi
.p r 0 1 1 l/MrCwmlok. c 0 litl "He leaves a widow, Mr Ellen I i value, during this sale .............. ........
........ [ Shoppe
W..dw e a 0 18 a II 111'Iw. A. Gale WhOM home Is In Mont- I :
a e 0 1alT.Yos I 0 I I =
omit, e e 0 art.r Wlier, and a brbthciv B. L. Cay,I :Flowers Bldf Phone M-W. I All tuiu. '!I.8J to O 1.93 AH mutts! ,IU.DJ to 15.95
---I 1 A7i, ToUb s. -uo of W'J18040c. Y. : $3*value *"* $23.01 value _...... .

All suits. 5.0I to O1.93 All snits. fli95 to -1905
$30 value 1 120 value .. *&

'<; r .lAI6/5 All snlte ISS.M to 19.95): A few linen suite cloa 9.95)
_: 930 valor ..__ Ing out alWe ._ ._ .__

are accepting reasonable deposit on any of the above
:0 fI'/ r
+ y e and it asks no odds suits, that wfjl ,hold your suit till yen are able to pay In tall
1 Don't deUyk* 'our alack while our still and abe ranges
t of any car at any price are complete.

,.. One-TMrd Oil on Men's Wool Dress Pants

We have a large assortment of woolen pants that

we are offering at 1.3 discount This li a real op-

portunity to get high grade pants at a big saving
1 1f

f -- Burton's Dept. Store

Wass a. C.-'fll

tf all America realized Pontlac's goodnessthis

car would lead the world in sales
: Dcming Pumps and Water Systems

TZTS MNCMSLT believe that w other ear at PontUe'i price la'.
Slip Joint Irrigation Pipe
saran varsts10 wn'II eo wU quelllled to leap you eatianed BAd Gave JO'IItpe aaaaey.rery .
5WA"WOO-- Pontiac feature I* the times Intends u ...,.. PontiiM la Kerosene Driven Irrigation Pumps
Am.....'. once distinctive ear Poncho has a great, record fordependnbOily
Mereever, you eaaVt 4o better than a Pontiac for;jan Aermotor WindmillsCall
..raond !. the annual ss3-a>tie Yoeemite Valley

14 Economy Xua*, wider Amerleea Automobile Aeaoaiatlon uper.|, phone or write for my prices
*Wo PontUe defeated all Interests fat It* 1aai-averagl 13.1I
"OfftaA& pas cease |
ICCINOMY l OWIIIOM miles per gallon (no oO added). Yow _'t ak for more, sad JOlt;

v can't get tome st .Iec"Iow ptlow rroreltwltbalO-ml a.tide, R. MAGRUDER

l.::.f=remy.,:ar.A,'::: ; t:a.1M'e'-.n/rry, to ea.;r tw1Mf N.A .Nowt.ea.t s n.tr't.NTsa.ewm..llMa.. Factory Agent

PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO. Phone Bayview 521 3121 Main Highway

Coconut Grove
Phone 18, Homestead, Florida

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Pan Six THE ENTERPRISE Friday March n. 1006.I ..__,
( .,"
I and five sons of Wlnthrop 14. Pastor to Tell of Call ','

have leased the Edw To Ministry SundayThe Edward Stiling Ii:
I 'I'
cottage for a year .. ; '
'" ... Real Estate
In and Jlrouncl
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rev A. A. Koestline, pas' General Insurance' t 11,
and daughter, Ins Mae, and tor of the Homestead Methodist FLORIDA Cr1'Y'LA. :'1;,:
Mabel Walkup and son Lester,] Church, will at the Sunday evening Car Palm Ave add At* 9
Homestead Tuesday by automobile for service tell how he was called -
land Ind., to spend the '\ to the ministry 1 i..
i "My call to the ministry was
Barnes Smith left recently very unusual and yet very definite -
-- ------------- ---
." said Mr. Koestline "Because NEWT G. BALL
I. Jai E. Elder has been confined I sulting from the bite of a black Hallandale many have asked me to relate -
to his bed for the put three week widow spider 'rosary public
the leading to
experiences up
Mr. and Mrs. Blrdsey
His IOn. Dr. Ja*. Elder, returnedto entering the ministry I will TItUS INSVRANCB' unPTDRED >
who my
of New Haven, Conn.
his borne In Orangcpark, Fla., Jack Krome and his guest, Jss the winter In attempt to tell bow God called UXEaM
kit week after I visit of a week A. Wllsey of New York, returned strove with
were guests on Wednesday of how He patiently me .. KTOII to
ant I hall with Mr. and Mr, Eld- Sunday to Indian River School, Catherine Potter. i and in the face of many perplexing I
er. near Vero Beach, after I tourclat'villi '' problems led me Into the active -
with Mn.W.J. Krome.. "smother Mr. and Mrs. Ralph a ministry God has a messagefor -
: Aubrey J:. Jut: < cus, da. arrived in Homestead for their home In much as there is much in common
Friday of Just week for a month Mr. and Mrs A. Carson will I Conn. In our human relations"
'j i visit with his aunt, Mn Guest leave Tuesday for their home In An invitation It extended to aUto
l ; Joiner. and his cousin, Burnt Halethorpc Md, after several Domlneco De Santee left attend. FIRE AUTO, STORM AND UFR
Joiner, at the Hotel Semlnole On months spent at their winter rest' week for Beauford. S. c., rhone Me-M
Tuesday Mf and Mn. Alfred Phillips dance here, Office la MeCrory
he will put In a crop.
of Miami and Mn. A. V Phil- Rev. W.A. Eckel to Talk

I tpe o( Redlend, whose nephew MrXaiterlin Mrs. William Clapp of Rlverton, Hrs. Tom Cohernour and At National ConventionThe ArcadedDILR.S.AKERS
i Is, came to'Homestead Va, spent the week: end with Mr. one and Jack Cohernour :
; and went fishing on the keys with and Mn Frill Jackson at their Wednesday by bus for of'I' Rev W. A. Eckel head of
),fro Easterlin and Mr Joiner home on Plummer drive. W. Va. to spend the summer Nazarene missions In Japan, Mrs. ,3 I

Eckel and their twin ions Eugene I.),
1 i Mn F. J Bylngton left a week Mrs. J. H. Webster has recover* Wm. Blrdsey left Monday and Baldwin, who have spent a DENTIST 11
S i ago tar her home In Chicago after ed from an attack of the lnflu I few week in Homestead with Mr. Office Iioarsr a a m. to 1 p..av.
t a three-week visit here at the i Eckel'p parents, the Rev and Mrs.
., 4 borne of her sister Mn. Chai : J. O. Sever spent several Howard Eckel, plan to leave this Sunday t to IS t.
; P Camp. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lucas of this week In Miami with hit IO morning to attend Nazarene assemblies closed faterdy.y
Nashville visited Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mr and
and daughter-in-law Ij
i In the East and In New ;
I Mlallilubeth"ifu'b.' of Louisvllle E. Davis Monday J:. W. SeveryMn England. In June Mr :Eckel will Free Parking Space ';
Ky, arrived Friday tot a make the missionary address at 1144 N. W SITU ST MIAMIHOMESTEAD '""I '
: Visit with her brother-in-law and Mn R. O Huff was Confined to H. I. Brocket and the national Nazarene assemblyIn "UONS .sui"l
:: slater, Mr. and Mrs. H. E, Schtfi her home the latter part of the Bartlett of North Haven Kansas City where a million N
I week with the fixFLORIDA a I
; and Dorland Dryer of Yale dollars la to be raised for the mission ;,1
: James Field who has completed ege. New Haven, Conn., fund.
< (0-day naval training course at ',CITY Tuesday for a week's After this Pasadena College will .!
Norfolk Va.. la visiting his par- They will be accompanied by LODGE NO. tl
Mrs. w. W. Sev". Correspondent confer a D. D. degree on Mr Eckel
\ onto, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Field, I Molly Brockett on their return and he and his family will attend I. o. o. F.
j ; before returning to Norfolk for -- assemblies in England and Scotland very Tuesday evening at ,
J' further duty William Bodensteln of Wood Training Course BeginsAt On his way back to Japan 1-:0 to LOOT. Nan N. W *,
\ haven, N. Y. Jack Frandemont M. E. Church they will make l&opaln Egypt, the Jet street 'I n
I Mn. A. O. Cain has recovered of Buffalo K Y.John W. Cadburyof holy land and the Philippine Is* Visitors Welcome
?;'y: from a week's Illness., Philadelphia and Billy Fonyth, The first session of a lands.
all students of the University of
: i Mn Ulric',.. who underwenta Florida at Gainesville, are guests course in Christian education
be held at I o'clock Sunday JOHN BALLET .
Lakeland will be the instructor POST NO 41
t minor operation Wedneday plant this week of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
t to leave the Pat Graduate hospital Fonyth. noon in the Homestead A cordial invitation la extended AMERICAN LEGION 4
Church announces the Rev A. to all to attend the eoune.
today. Meets fret and third
I .,.'"..._ Mr. and Mrs. Milton Addison koe.tUne. pastor of the : Illuminated cross services, special nt, Anctfaaa Lath Weftmiajp. BUkUoM i"I
Mr. and Mn L. Stone who 'relatives in The course will be continued services for Passion Week,will .
t CR are visiting. Stuart ( poet efOee) goads Kmne ...
evenings following at 7 begin at the church \i
w have spent the season barest the this. week The Rev p. on Sunday, Hens.teaA Fie.FERTILIZeR ;
Harvey I.
,' grove owned by their eon, Kenneth Iii
t plan to leave for their home Mr. and Mrs. Ire Frye of Miamiwere
1 In Aihby M...., Tuesday guests to Florida City on
k Tuesday Mr.. Frye remained to
The Rev and Mrs. A. A. Xoest- town for a few days
taint and their daughter, Alene, -
will return today from Tampa Mr. and Mrs. M. Varner moved WE STUDY YOUR
i where they went Wednesday to recently from the Scales propertyto
Visit Mr. Koestllnet brother, the the Maynard cottage
Rev. K. H. Koestline. who la ref -
,, covering from a serious illness re- Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Meryman .

J I........ Low! ) 11II:1"-11"-! NEEDS

ft'r' Westinghouse For eleven years we have been studying the fertilizer

requirements of South Dade County soils with the result
: /JJbt that we have constantly improved our formulas wherever

; 1 : 1 few possible. When advisable, we have introduced new fertilizer -

elements. We promoted the use of Manganese Sulphate .

.. $8150 and now we have diversified crops instead of

" precariously depending; on one crop alone. ..

.j When you buy Redland Brand Fertilizers you are

getting a product which is the result of careful study bya
RlEI1 local concern whose past, present and future is tied up

iE1AT with your community-whose success depends on the success

i of its customers right in this "neck of the woods".

t s

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s t Redland Brand Fertilizer \



Homestead Fla. Phone 507-J


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:; '"
f Tuesday was Mr: Fifleldl birthday nately with the flour which ha Jewess to SpeaK SundayAt
;'" and the pupil honored her been lifted with the soda and salt,I
with a flower shower An addition I mixing thoroughly after each addition. Church of Nazarene
!: HOMESTEAD SCHOOL NEWS to last week's honor roll ia Swan* greased and tour- -
\:' Frank R.Ice. Helen Felcht ha *d shallow soot pad Dak tffm MM.XUMbeth O SchaU of Ken
" : By LEOtA LIT=: moved to OhIo. The pupil made I moderate own (SOO.) for about 1 York a converted Jewess, win

:L...____-_-........._..... __nnn .mmn___..__. rabbits, Easier posters, and Easter tour Remove from the pan and speak at the Homestead Church of
i\-, lily silhouettes for the window pour over the hot sauce imqtd the Neurons Sunday morning and
'x }, SENIOR HAVE IUD DAY Mr Scott I II missing all of her aUly Allow the cake to stand for evening. All are Invited to hearth

' 1 Friday the senior had kid day. Spanish girl this afternoon u Miss Ra,'* pupil are making at least It hour before aervtng story of her conversion to
they are practicing for the fashion
Tbe pupil all dressed a. small show "gain weight" poster, and the sauce Christianity and her call to the
>children, except Bobby who The boy will receive underweight children are trying rated rind of one orange ministry. Miss Senate is said to
dressed a* a baby with a diaper plenty of attention gain. They are studying the poem, Mea of m orange (about % cup) be a fluent and pleasing speaker
and a bottle After pretending togo 'Winkln. Bhnkin and Nod". There A cup sugar I
to the first two classes with It seems that Mrs. Field's room
are several out with the mump I Place the ingredient in a saucepan -
;:,;o their sucker and chewing gum U having a little competition for and the flu. when the cake la about halt
. 'f. the children walked to Mr. Turn- the P.-T. A. dollar but u confident baked. Simmer until the cake la GROVETHEATRE
'J ,' funeral home, and he that It will win.
e live
::; Mill Doraey hat received torn don then use a* directed.
,11f' each of them a nlckle ao that each)
, new book for her library and la
,,\ could buy an Ice cream cone.After After attending a teachers' meetIng -
them this week GROVESheave
shellacking that COCONUT
\ Citing their ice cream, they again in Miami, Mrs. Becker 1* Increasing ao Clerk 0' Court: "What 1* your
walked through the middle of her assignment the children may use them _n. age, madam?" fart I AtmiaaUalS*
She has U S. office her
a post
town and down the middle of the Witness "I've teen 10 summers Matinee Sal. and Sear If*
room with letter written to the "
t street back toward the school Nina Dyat Edwina Close, Martha parent of the pupils.Miss I t* I p, m.
building. It seems that last Friday Close Mary Jo dost, Leola Clerk: "And how long have you

wa the birthday of several Little, Ethel Bailey and Nella Williams' class I* making been bllndT"-Ex. SUNDAY MONDAY
of the boy because they weN sent Saul attended a Methodist meetIng butter this week. The students
through the belt line. After the In West Palm Beach Tuesday have brought their pennies tot I VICTOR McLAGLEN
children had returned to ichool la
class and Miss William has j
plan were made for an Ice cream Mr. Moomaw'i pupil are working '12\ CAREfJ'
bought the cream, and the children -, "ProfessionalSoldier"
at the home of Katherine hard
party for a half-holiday They helped her churn. Afterward I
Vann. Flan were made also for plan to go fishing when they do they; had a party with their I
a dance at the F F. A. clubhouse. receive their 20 perfect days. Ed butter and Jelly. and BeautyTrue
Picture were taken and game Pacettl, Wlllela Bullard Robert bNad..j
were enjoyed by *U present. Capllnger, Mostly Sever and Mary Mia Jackson i* ill and beauty demands
The senior F. r. A. boy have Ranaon are back from the flu. place Mr*. Thurman to the best of car at all TUESDAY 46 WEDNESDAY:
been absent from school this week ing. Alfred Tomeriin. had the' time Whether you VICTOR JORY
digging potato The chemistry class la studying chicken pox but 1* back la achool with a wave, a facial la"Escape
Lot Walker had the flu and rocks, glass, and ceramic while Ruth Jernigan Is in this week. 1 a manicure, or any of
she now has the mumps. Bill Ver- the biology class I* studying the the other essential aids from
toe, our Man Mountain Pean I* economic Importance of birds. The The pupil of Mrs. Edward to beauty, you'll find
back: to normal He went down member of the class observed beei room are making rabbit for a the killed operator at Devil's Island"
Monday and bad a hair cut and warming around the school house rabbit border.Local i Pat' Beauty Parlor
ahav R* 1* very handsome I\IWI Monday, and tried to hive them ready' to serve you I
The seniors are beginning an i but only a few went In. Each Woman Awarded I quickly at any time. FRIDAY a SATURDAY
intensive study of them writing pupil has made a report on tome CrofloljnoU, Spiral sad THIS WEEK
this week, and many Interesting kind of'bird. Recipe Endorsement CombinaUea JANE WITHERS
paragraph theme, short stories,
and long stories are being written. The public speaking classes an Des Moines,Iowa,Mar.29-Mrs.\ PERMANENT WAVES In
debating on the Townsend Plan. I F. J. Macarthy, Route I, Box 428, Prices $5, $6, $7 ..
In English: the Junior having Homestead, Fla, has just been "PaddyO'Day"LEADEKENTERTUSB
finished interesting (T) lesson Mr. Lucas' pupil; held a yo yo I awarded a certificate of recipe endorsement I PATj'SBEAUTY
In the use of punctuation and ar* party last Wednesday and will by Better Home and
turning hopefully to the literature I complete the contest today. The Garden for her recipe, "Tropical' PARLOR WANT
lessons which begin next week. I winner win receive a ten cent yo Fruit Cake." I
Th* Junior are practicing for: 70 This certificate, which bring Phone 539-R Horn Bide. I ACS BRING RESULTS
their play, "Th Whole Town' national recognition to Mr Ma
Talking." la the cast are: Mr*.' The library has 33 new book earthy, ia given by Better Home
JUIzabeth Skill; Mr.: which will be In circulation next and Garden only for distinguished
Simmons Rudolph Young; Ethel,I week. The book are both fiction recipe which pas it* testing 1
their daughter..Helen West; Chester and non-fiction. kitchen' test for dependability, Insfsf
Blnney, Robert Oauzens; Letty' excellence of taste, and family >J1 upon
Lythe, Joan Kallumt Donald Swift The seventh grade 1* going to usefulness.
Alvin Bridge; Roger Shields, Billy have a theatre party Saturday and In awarding these certificate,
Arthur; Annie, the maid, GeraldIne a trip to the Pan-American airport It la the aim to provide proper
Reps; Sally Wilson, Martha, Preston Bird II back in, recognition for the creative work
Close; Lila Wilson Virginia Frick;: achool after an absence of several done by; women in their own kitchens
Taxi Driver, France Irwin; and day with the flu. Port Warr and alto to raise the standard
Sadie Bloom, Dorothy Sykea should have been listed in the of accuracy and dependability of
The class la sorry to lose Marie high honor roll last week. recipe a* a whole.
Felcht who has gone to Ohio. I I Mrs. Macarth,'. recipe follows:
To the sorrow of all history students The seniors won the Intercluss Tropical Fruit Cake
all of their American Observer -]: tournament.. In basketball this I *4 cup shortening Then U only oat ml tact few

lesson are to be outlined year. I 1 1 cup sugar I any root-th* test of Tim
3 I
Inow. Mr*. Webb' class has made new egg
mapa which are displayed in her' 1 1 cup buttermilk Th f g why w* handle Care,
The sophomores .are wading I 1 I cup cake flour the
room. They have also started In Roottac nd Shingles ,
through conjugation, with the their new reader The sixth, IVfc teaspoon soda 1
sympathy of both the Junior and grade boy are covering the dia- 1 I teaspoon salt tsetse "Cartv" has meant roofIng I
'the seniors. The fact that they mond ball field With sawdust prated rind of,I orange Mtialictloa for nor than e 44
earned It ao thoroughly last year Mary Mlstretta had perfect attendance 1 I cup chopped nutmeat( Brazils .. .
tneana that they will only navepneday a until test week when she preferred) 60 Y"rs.
review this year caught the flu. Wilburn Godwin I' 1 IVi cups chopped date
Last Wednesday the tenth grade has been tranferred from Mrs.Wynn's Cream the shortening until soft, Get our low price on these
turned out to a wiener roust givenIn room to Mr*. Webb'LIn then gradually add the sugar and
honor of Evelyn Felcht who left I continue creaming until smooth. high quality roof*-w* bays
this week for Ohio. "Mac" a* a lanl\laliMi Bird' pupil Add the egg*, one at a Urn and the right type for every ,.,. f(I
chaperon enjoyed the eat and la lira writing business letter and i beat vigorously after each addi
ready to serve again. tr* lending for samples of article tloAdd! the buttermilk alter- post and pun. r.

Brooker Lumber Co.Phone .

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better USED CAR : 1''
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JOR Ofl4R 60 E'AAS

'J Arm the balance can be cart are thoroughly recondl-
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fit any family budget. Drive a the time to select one of these I Mayhevv Fitzpatrick

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Parse Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, March 27, 1936. I

I. 1 : r '<: ': : Social Events in South Dade' ; 'III!

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; S. DADE GARDEN: CLUB HEAD Of CLASS AT PARTY Miami, Mr*. Verde Beosley, Mr*.
f SHOW AT P.-T. A MEETING TONIGHT Mrs Fleda V. Hughes of Miami James Robert was elected president Hagood Crowley and Mrs. MyrtleA.

gave an Interesting talk on of the Co-Ed Sunday school Depew.
Homestead school patronl-will This Summer", and the high bulb and their care and the proper class of the First Baptist Sunday The evening closed with a wiener -

be treated to a fashion show it the school Pep Club, directed by Mlas time to prune shrubs, at a meetIng School at a party held Monday roast
P.-T. A. meeting In the Neva King Kathryn Thelaen, will give a number of the South Pad Garden night in the Sunday school rooms, Present were: Mr. and Mrs. J.
entitled "Hands Up". Club held Monday afternoon at the Mrs. C. N. Walker was re-elected T. Smith Mr. and }fn. Croaky,
Cooper School auditorium at I A nominating committee composed horn of Mrs. M. P. Kenney. teacher: of the class the largest Mr. and Mn. Ules, Mrs. Myrtle
o'clock this evening when the of Mrs. C J. Pannan Mrs Mrs. Chauncy Upeon read an Sunday school class in South Dade. A Depew and Hugh Allen of Miami

girls of the home economic classesof Frank B. Rue, Mrs. Gao N. Wake-, article entitled "Will the Japanese Other officers elected were: vice and Mr Ruth Godwin, Mrs,
the Junior and senior nigh field, Mn. S. U West and Mrs. 1.1: Cherries Bloom Despite the FloodWaters president; Mia Ruth Tower; secretary Cha Waters, Mrs Beastey, Mn.
school will model the garments L. Lawrence will submit a list of ?" Mrs. R. J. Shepherd Miss Helen West; corresponding Louis Everett, Miss Myrtle
they have mad this term. Th officer for the coming year. read a paper on the Wild flower secretary, Miss Katherine Counce, Miss Mildred SmIth, Mist I
fashion walk will be directed by This meeting of the P.-T. A. is of the holy land-th* lilies of Vann; treasurer, Alvah Taylor. Myrtle Conner, Oliver Chosby I
Mr*. Gladys Webb, teacher of the held later in the month than usual the field, the scarlet tulip In Gal- Before the election those present Grady; Walter and the host and I
I cIaaIeI. In order that most of the garments Use, the purple gladioli In the were divided Into four sections hostess.
Theo J. Bleler, athletic director. under construction in the sewing I wheat fields and the tropical flowers and 11/JIoII'.... played. Cold
be finished for display of the valley of the Jordan. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS
Will talk on "A Recreational Program classes might drink and roasted peanuts were
for Children and Adults In the fashion walk. The program concluded with a served a* a refreshment course AT SOMMERS HOME
---- --- croup of readings by Mrs. Geo. E., Those present were: the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Sommers entertained -

MISS RUTH DODSON is Lewis Brandenburg, Mrs. S. L.I Reed. and Mr*. C N. Walker, Mia Hazel the members of the
and The next meeting win be a Joint Pennlngton. Miss Bobble Summer. Teachers' Bridge Club at their
BRIDE: or CEO, W. LORTONMr. West Mn. L P. McLeaa Stanley -
and Mn. Henry Dodson announce Wlttkop; piano selections by covered dish luncheon with theWoman's Un, Miss Lillian Johnson Miss Annie ,home In Downer Palm Tuesday
the marriage of their Mr J. H. Webster and Mrs. Joss, Club of Homestead In Hartley, Mis Evyle Dellln.er .- night Mr. and Mrs. Frank: Webb
the Florida City Church on Apr. 8. won the high score prize and Miss
daughter, Ruth to Oeo. W Lor- Elder; a violin solo by Miss Alta Miss Virginia Hodge Miss
trio Twenty-eight were present: Mr*. Tower Miss West Miss Vann Lillian Johnson was awarded a
ton at the Oodaon home Saturday Webster; an Instrumental by AIL
evening. The Was Mn Webster, Dr. H. S. Wolfe and D. W. Ehetzline, Mrs. Wm. Dunlop, Bellinger, Leon Burnett, Earl guest prize.
ceremony per.
Mn. W. H Well and her guest Present were: Mr. and MrafJ.
formed by the Rev. Geo. T. Lor- Oeo. M. frick; an accordion number Smith, Roland Totem, Francl Irwin -
Mrs. M. D. Trautman of St Petersburg H. Webster, Mr. and Mrs. Bevtf
ton, father of the bridegroom and by Willard Hendershott Cha Pukes West, Alvah Taylor,
Mr*. N. G. Ball, Mrs. Des Webb, Mr. and Mn. W. R. Bird,
pastor of the Church of God. Zlchenberger: and E. J. Graham; Bishop, Ed-
mond, Mr*. H. J, Brockett Mrs. Mr. and Mn. Geo. N. Wakefield
The bride has lived In Homestead and readings by Mrs. W. M. Mullln, win Lawrence, Fred Arrant, and ,
Wm. M. John, Mrs. B. M. and
Barnes, Mr. Mn. Frank Webb and
aU of bar life. Until her Mrs. Geo. K.: Reed and Miss Eleanor Harry Brown.AREME
Mrs. H B. Field Mrs H. A. Miss Johnson.
marriage aha was a member of the Williams.Mrs.
Marsh, Mrs. Leonard
J. D. Redd I II Freeman, CLUB CHANGESDAt' -
sophomore class of Homestead
Mrs. Lucy Clinton Mn. Hubert REBEKAHS TO HAVE
High chairman. A liver offering will
4 School.
Potter, Mn. Wm. V. Smith, Mrs.J. BENEFIT FISH Far
be taken. Th Annie Club at Its meeting
bridegroom attended school: M. Dobbin, Mrs. W. D. Bishop, The F. L. T. Club of the Rebekah
la Tampa H* baa been a resident M.... Elberta: Bule, Mrs. J. M. Gay, Tuesday afternoon In the L lodge announce that a benefit
of Homestead ,lnc June. C. L OOLEY TO TALL 0. O. F. hall, decided to change ita
Mn. Annie Butler, Mrs. H. C. fish fry will be held In the dining
r They are making their home AT B. P. W. C. MEETING meeting date from the second and I
Mrs. Holllster Sage, Mrs. E. room of the L O. O. F. hall Saturday
with Mr. Lorto,,'. parent In the C. L. Oolty will talk en "The M. Fresher, Mn. Kenney, Mn. I the fourth Tuesday of each monthto Mar. 28.
1 Church, of God parsonage on N.. State" at an open meeting of the Reed, Mrs. Hughes, Mn. Upson the second and the fourth FrI- Serving will begin at 4 o'clock.
W. First avenue and Seventh Homestead Business and Professional and Mn. Shepherd day. The meetings will be held in I The public Invited
ftreet Women's Club in the Future the haU.

: Farmer clubhouse at 8 o'clock: Those present were: Mr*. B. O. The Woman' Auxiliary of the
cAuirr POWELL WEDS this evening. The CalendarMar. Branch: Mn. A. R. Meybem, Mr*. [Episcopal Church will elect officers *
MISS MARGARET WESTPHAL The public Invited to attend. Bob Harris, Mn. Geo. W. Turner, at Its monthly busbies meet-
27 Redland W. Jr., Mn. E. E. Altaian Miss E- : 1 at 2.90 o'clock In the
Cauley J. Powell, a Homestead: C. T. U. Ing Apr. :
tella Turner
CHURCH GROUP HAS and Miss Eloise Bradley -
resident from IBM to. 'im and meeting In Community Church at church.
brother of Mr*. B. a Branch WIENER ROAST 230.: _
married to Miss Margaret wa'j' Wieners and cold drinks were Mar. 27 Homestead P.-T. A. BENEFIT BUNCO A benefit card and bunco party
enjoyed by member of the Inter.* at t PARTY Is announced for I m. Thursdayby
phal of Aurora, in., la the par meeting p. m. In Neva King IS WELL p.
onage of the White Temple mediate B. Y. p V. of the First Cooper Schoolluclitorlum. ATTENDED the Orange Blossom Club of
Church In Miami Monday night Baptist Church Friday evening on Mar. 27.-Open meeting of Bustnees At the Woodmen' Circle bene- the Woodmen's Circle. It will beheld
by the pastor, the Rev. Glen C. the NevI King Cooper School and Professional Women' fit bunco party given at the home In the Flowers building The
June ground Game were played. Club in Future Farmer clubhouseat of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brady public is Invited.You'll .

Mr. Powell't brotber4 -liiW and Present were: Mr and Mrs Wm. Sp. m. -

sister' Mr. and Mr R. L. Mender- Johns, F. L. Mcllwaln, Virginia Mar. 27-R. H. S. sophomoreclass

eon, and Ml brother, & J. Powell I DorseY. Mary France Arthur, play, "Anything Might Hap
all former Homestead residents Eunice Walker; Lucille West, pen."

who now live"In Miami, were prey Elizabeth Mcllwaln, Sybil Cheshire Mar. 2S-Rebekah benefit fish
ent at the ceremony. Nellie Mae Martin, KatherIne fry In I. O. O. F. hall beginningat

They:! will make their home In and Phyllis Bell, Ruth Owen, 4 o'clock. (t
Miami where Mr. Powell I II em- 'Randolph Caves, Rufus Sullivan, Mar. 30-W. M. S. Circle Four1
ployed. Duke West, Martin Bishop, Clinton musical tea In the Woman's Club
Bishop, Wm. McMIchael Emory of Homestead building! at S p.
Deerlnc, Orville Irwin and Mar. 31-Musical tea

IS REV.GUEST HARLEY DAY R.SPEAKER CORE ,I Elbert West by W. M. S. Circle Four at 11I.1
an's Club of Homestead at 8 p.
The Rev Harley R. Core-former

Episcopal ,
pastor of the Silver I
fair MethOdist NINA PEARL BUSH
election at 2:30
meeting : p. m.
Church, spoke on the constitution The Sub-Deb
'I Club held its church.: '
of the United States and the I
formal initiation of Miss Nina
Apr. Supper Club meeting at .
conditions leading up to ita adoption Pearl Bush Wednesday, and the home of Mr. and Mrs Frank Skin; '
at the guest day meeting of new member la still wonderingwhere I Apr. Woodmen's Circle ben.
the Woman's
Club of Homestead I
she was taken. Afterwardsa fit card and bunco party In the
+ Tuesday. afternoon in tile clubhouee. regular meeting was held in the Flower building at 8 p. m.

club room. Apr. 1-0. E. S. meeting in I.
Mrs. Lewis Brandenburg and I The members have
received their I O. O. F. hall.
Mr Lloyd Delta tang soprano national club .
pin Apr. Covered dish luncheon
solo to accompaniment played by I Present at the Initiation were: of Woman's Club of Homestead be proud to give
Mrs. J. D. Redd. Mrs. Redd played Miss Bush, Miss Marcia Gauzens, and Garden Club In Florida City I .
a piano solo and Willard Hendenhott I Miss Betty Bowen Miss Virginia Community Church. ,
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Charles Elchenberger and Frtck Miss Henrietta Hurtman Apr. 8-Redland P.-T.. A Fathers'
X.: 3. Graham played an accordion I Miss Helen West and the hostess, night program.Apr. .

number. Mrs J. M. Dobbin, Mrs. i Mia tva DyaL Homestead P.-T. A. ex. NUNNALLY'SNovelty '
& W. Shetzllne and Mr. R J.r ecutive
I LOCAL O. E. 'SHE; D8 committee meeting at 10
gram. : HONORED IN MIAMI a. m.
Apr. 10-Areme Club
Home made cake and punch I Mrs Gen W. Turner, Jr., worthy meetingat
3 p. nt In I. O. 0. r, hall
were served About thirtyfivewere matron of Ad Astra Chapter of the Apr. 14-Woman'* Club of Easter .
preaentCIRCLE a FL of Homestead and Mrs. Homestead Installation of officers
W. H. Fennel, worthy matron ofNaranja at 3:11a: p. m.

TO PRESENT Chapter, with the other Apr. 1.V-A11, day meeting of
:MUSICAL TEA TUESDAY: worthy matron of the I
+ Circle Four of the Woman's were guests of honor at the Bernesker Packages ;
Missionary Society of th* Homestead JIll of Fort Dallas chapter of i ,

Methodist Church. will present ami Monday night Redland election meeting.DR.B.E.GATLIN. \.
a musical tea at I o'clock
Tuesday la the clubhouse* of th* .. "f.' .; (.

Woman's Club of Homestead DR. Elie\ A. BERGER .
The program will consist of the I :

l following numbers: Vocal solos by 1 .
Li re.Fpulk.. Win Mueselwhtte, Mr*. Keith Dentist !.j

\ Mr*. Lloyd Delta, Mrs. DentistOffice

36 N. Krome Avenue The DixI'E"0u0Your

Eva Estelle Sullivan Upstairs in HausmanBIdg. i

Rexall Store
Teacher of Pianoforte Office Boors 8:30-4:30


11 K E. Sad *.., BsaMsteal HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA

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Friday, March 27, 1936.-' THE LEADER -ENTERPRISE PAn Nine

[BLACK STIlL IS :' Russia Real U. S.Menace Not Japan clutch disassemblies, .all'teeoltditioned =
I I to MW part speclflcsttons, Tomes Funeral Rome
Osaka Man Writes Here are ahto offered. I

t Lady Attewkmtnone
(Continued from Page Four) I I ltJ THTW
Pontiac Dealer Claims26MUegaGaHon
COLORINAUTOS; ever will be. I 114 R 11__..*. Tit.
"11 the United State checks Japan -' RunA -
la Asia, it will be tantamount; I
?.., Detroit Man IT Nationally to helping Russia. And to help) ItSt Pontiac six recently averaged -
iff black I* still the most popular :Russia Is to commit suicide. If itJU mile per gallon of
4 single color for motor tears Gray Russia gets the upper hand of Japan : gas for 100 hours of continuous MapsA.
$'tones are second la popularity. and communism spreads I running at Independence. Ksns., Surveys
Different sections of the country throughout Asia, the natural next I seconding to records submitted to

{; exhibit marked variation in their step to for Russia to cross the 4Z.1 Simpson, general sates man R. LIVINGSTON
:.; tolor preference Bering Straits and send her bombing f Pontiac Motor Co.

3*. These... a few facts shown by planes down Into the United Regular grades of gasoline were REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER
tn analyst mad by Chevrolet: State She covets the world for used exclusively and the ga tank Registered Land Surveyor
'Motor Company of color prefer communism, and If some of our was locked and sealed. One six-

,mass based on three months' pro farmer-etatesmert dont wake up quart falling of oil was used with BOX **. noMTSTlAD, PIA.
'''s ducOon of 1PM model, introduced and give Japan a band In Checking a shrinkage of only one-half quart
S November 1, as reported by the Russia In Asia instead of bowline during the entire run. These facts
assembly plants to W. C. Williams, yellow peril'-they are going to were attested in an affidavit signed
general superintendent of assembly find themselves facing a real men by the official observer of the
plant ace from RuMls a'red peril" ear's gasoline and oil consumption."The NOTICE TO

Because Chevrolet ha ten assembly "If you want to lean about Ponuae owner at Independence -I
plant throughout the Russia, you don't have to go to employed this 100 hour
United States" Mr. William said, Russia Just come to Japan. Here run as a method of bringing proofto I
"each supplying cars to the deal- you see Russia as a next-door the people: in his community of Homestead Owners
'era within Its own territory we neighbor the meanest possible the facts about Pontiac economy I
are able to get exact figures on type of neighbor Honestly that our factory engineer prove
the public demand for colon in Grandpa, rm afraid that some day. time after time in the gruelling 11
each section, and to note how It the Christian nations continue tests that are In process continuously -
geographical location affects the to lend money and machines to at the General motors Proving If you have not filed your application

public taste. Russia to advance her Sinister designs Grounds at Milford, Mich.," for homestead exemption please take
the final war 1* coming between said Mr. Simpson. I ,
"We found for
Instance that
Russia and the rest of the II
while the production for the country I time to do so now. The law provides
world. I hate to see Italy France,
n a whole has run 44 per cent Ford Parts Exchange I claimed
Germany and England wasting that exemption must te on or
to black, since the models
new Plan Pleases Patrons
their strength checking the petty 1
were Introduced, our plant at Oak- : before April 1st of each
designs of each other In that insignificant year.
land, Cat, built It cent
only per : 'I
peninsula called Europe Atlanta Mar. 27-Many truck I
of its in black. At
town N.cars Y., supplying New Tarry-York They're going to weaken and commercial car owners and 1 See that the correct description of
themselves while Russia, stayingout bus operators are finding the engine
City and New the de-
of petty European strife, li and parts exchange plan of 1 your homestead is entered on your application -
mand for black than
was greater building up her industries and the Ford Motor Company decidedly -I
the national average, totalling 47 military machine. Japan now advantageous both as to con- I and avoid complications arising
cent of production, while at
per teems the only nation that recognizes venience and economy, according':
Atlanta, M cent of the I from the property.
per cars, or exempting wrong
the real potential menace to Ford officials. Records show
more than half black. !
were offered by the soviet that more than 173,000 reconditioned ,
Chevrolet 1938 models have been I "Oh how I wish these foolish, V- engines have been purchased Don't Delay !
offered in seven colors and black. foolish congressmen of ours would under the plan by owners
Gray tones ran second to blackin wake upl Japan sincerely want of trucks, commercial cars and
popularity, followed by green, to be friendly with the United busses.
then blue, then btown, and finally States, but these prattling congressmen Under the exchange plan block->
maroon. keep Jabbing at her and tested factory reconditioned engine J. M. LEE

A new color "frosty green", was arousing Ill-feeling Looking It cylinder assemblies are ob-
introduced Mar. 1 by Chevrolet the picture from this side-knowIng tainable at low cost in exchangefor .
Other colors offered are taupe metallic the Japanese' true desire for the used engine Many vital STATE COMPTROLLER

(a gun metal tone), Holly peace with America seems so parts l, such as carburetors generators .
wood tan admiral blue, Kingswood I foolish that America MUST be distributors fuel pumps and I ._ _.
gray willow green and regent suspicious. The United States ,,- -
maroon. has little to lose It Japan takes I
I.,. control of China. It Russia took
Captain: "So you're going to I control the United States would
spend the rest of the afternoon In I j lose everything. And It Is certain I "Name Your Own" Tire
a steamer chair that Japan could run China .1
Passenger 'Yes, it nothing else great deal better than China l
come up.-Ex. run herself" I

Trade-in AllowanceWe

Mean Exactly

What We Say ,r


Clearly 1000ct..., rfcly To ] You Drive your, car into our Service Station. Let

The Dnlttd" *U2M Hemtion ae- Help Keep us look at the tires on It. You tell us what you ,1

l 'aII'"d'p rt Abreast of the Times
want for your old tires In trade on the pur-
cosnares wexlt.
what the Hew sad *wat So much U happening every clay in the chase of new tires and if your proposition is
debut' world ol government that affects your liv
};. rHisiDiirrs b WBIHm ndwtijr log' Income and buying; power. at all reasonable we will, accept your offer
vtolton > What ? For What is
mid Congress doing
h. a* Md
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TPA T1iE',LBADRB..JiJfFBllPRISE Friday March 27. 193Pifr ,} ,
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'THE. LlifflARIN$ CORNEKBt .' ;-. books beck,for She dsI tIN risen written, she----is one maay of.

1.\11\ : The Redland Rattler I tbeJr favorite/ author. It was In
:3 $IM h U WlwdLtnmii1ltArd! IMS her'first adult'book was pub

..m..._-..--.-" .-.-....-- limbed "Head of the Family", Then
; By JIMM1C W. IUTIUWAT) WNeART Nores Pretty good story, better try It for followed. her second novel in IBM.
I I -......''''..,.."..-...-......---.. .h...... U .m__ ]tundar, WnkMidw. Hp"I M P' the __-end. .y.... Aw 80 Long1, and this
\ I I BOni FLAT TONIGHTThe Htcka, Carl Llndgren Wilbur TuM book by the Book
Peeplos, Marie Basher, Nellie *.11.1-1 of the Month
: sophomores are presentingtonight Josephine Lawrence, authorof Club
{ J Cash,Jeanette Can, Myrtle C aoa, In January of this year,
ti play "Anything Might ; "U I bad four apples", ever I I 1938, Min Lawrence
t llapcen". In this play practically Marjorie ogle, Kathalino Grit 1t$, U the Ideal Pai-ent-Tsaeher Association learned M much about the Amert- first writer became the
I : j evefJAMag does This la I farce Louise ROM, Jo Nstfe jag .. ank would like to purchase ean family Mia Lawrence ha I American of contemporary '
( ; comedy In three act*. Grant Rite Dent twill Bait. Tharsea a good book something helpful for since 1915 been editor of the CbilJcen's distinction literature of the to Book achieve the ,'
In the cast aw Vet a.. Porker Dante, Jepell! Hodge Muriel both parents n4 teachers, here .far ( : Page of the Newark Sunday Month Club selection for two of the .
,; 'j 'Francis Lewis, Kenneth Hawk.., Lott Wier,MeVlew. ont highly recommended "Psrenti Call and since 1918 editor of the cessive novels from the sue
'" AreaUa Jarman, Betty Blake Seventh grade --Bar' Delaney. Look at Modem Education": by Dr. [Woman's, Page of the same paper, I publication "if i bad four day of
Clement Russell Jack Turner, Bobby Fisher, flmry Dickinson, Winifred K Bate This book was i So on these two pages she contacts been a best seller apples"ha
> I E. Williams Deer Kufeldt, Roland Wilson awarded the atmual medal givenby [ have WI
Mary Glenn OUdden a great mark families, she I this book on our rental shelf
"' j Alice Tenth grade-Gordon Crone; UM Parent Magazine as beingthe know their I and ,1(
; i Davis and, John B Graham 1 1Dr. joys and sorrows and U you wish to read it you had better
: The play will keep you laughing i Mary E. William. Betty Blake, book most helpful to parents all their problems. And she is Ute I get it while It I Ia still
:r } i from beginning to mid The sdtnls- Margaret Albright Mildred Cox' Bate .it assistant professor of daughter of a physician that I for when it Is once placed a renter
P akin, :dos ,will Steel?Your.the beat Mary Anne Brown, Nora Greenwood education at Teacher College, I I I would help tome In her understanding open shelf It will Joint those on other the
Dori PricerThe Columbia University If our
j .1 return any quarter ever did. The family life Josephine 'popular books which are always j
\ ; play will be given at 8 o'clock in Parent-Teacher AMoplation wishesto Lawrence wrote the first story out. Too bad we ; I
x, the Redland auditorium. baseball team I I. shaping up place this book In the public]I for children ever broadcast In 1821 duplicate volumes of cannot all these have (;
slowly but surely! We play our library the librarian will gladly and was author of the "Man in good new titles-but iJ
; FIFTH MONTH HONOR ROLL first game with Fisher next Tuesday take care of It and try to put it the Moon" radio aeries of the same lucky to have single copies we are of really
March 31Th in circulation.. She cannot Can remember many 7..
.' First year you that far of them.
j grader-Attic Smith, Ruth tee the circulation ",:
t, {." .f. man Margaret Gaby, Betty Lett, on themes entitled "The Duties to water but you cannot make
Sarah Vlhlen, Miriam Holmes. W. and, Function of the Army In the him drink. So. librarian can # Green: Lantern Restaurant '
f A. Kennedy, Edward Pye Mary Tune of Peace." suggest I book for a parent but" ,.
Weekly cannot make the parent read. By ADJOINING HOTEL REDLAND I
i?;: Second grade Jimmy Ross, Last Friday school was dismissed the way, .p .kinC of parent 1 i Western 'I.linn. Steak Dinner 'Oe Chicken Dinner 7S.* .
; Bruce Wagner, Frank Regular Dinner life Vegetable Plat Ito "
: Shepard at noon so the teachers could did you ever read "Are Parent*
Irene Cox, Helen Dent, Emma attend a meeting In MIami. People." by Alice Duer Miller* AU Kinds of Home-made SundwlchriWHEN ,
r:' Zngle, Esther Kufeldt. Joy Lee, .
o J Martha Lucky, Charlotte Murray :
Barbara Jean Soper Annie Stews ''
art, Vida Stanley, Lenora Williams '
I Warren Cain, Leon Edwards -
< ) Clifford Powell Lillian! I'1 l. j i iAgpw I
/ Bishop, Jacolin Buck, Bertha
t Flagg I Kathleen; Jackson, LeRoy ,

J'IUhul\Third!grade -Lee Gladden Barbara fJJI

Williams Jan Drown. I "
Third and fourth grades-Dorothy 1 "
Burnham, Evelyn Douberly, i' U tIp
Verdle Gouman Anne Grant ;'I t ,
1 Edith Hampton Carla Hobson / '" ;
Alice Kirk Nellie Lloyd, Wlllcta I| ,
'Thompson J. 8. Griffin, Junior
King, Melton Pye, Rudolph fiege,
Philip Benson, Melba Collins., Dick iii -
Campbell, Vcrna Anderson Leonard -
Dent Joe Bill DuMetid, Ul ; I
linn Chubb.

Fourth grade Richard Summers ,
Webster William Richard '
Prothero, Johnnie Lee A.IIocIrewa'l
Rose Mary Henlngton
w Stillmnn, Kathleen Wagner I
i t Fifth grade-Eivira: Burry. Kir1 1 ,..
stem Torbert, Adolph Lopm ; .1000
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ft Friday; March 27, 1936. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE raze Eleven
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ASCERTAIN Funeral Services Held

o Monday for Ivey Baby SERMON: TOPICS .

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funeral services were held : FIRST BAPTIST CHCDCH

Monday afternoon for Gordon
t Mar. IJ-Tlthen' Club program RATE: First insertion Ilk) a UM; subsequent insertions
FLOOD LOSSES Ivey Jr. the five-week-old son at 11 s. m. Evening address 3 tint
of Mr nnd Mrs Gordon W. Ivey, by Hath P. Latlmer, seereUry a

\. who died Sunday afternoon The! of the 1\1..'. Brotherhood -
(Continued rPale;:; ; On) Rev. C. N. Walker, pastor of the of norl4LCHI.ISTIAN FOR SALE LOST

rough which federal channel it First Baptist Church, conducted !

4 be bert to seek aid far a the service at the Ivey home on SCIENCE: ISLE OF PINK: GRAPEFRUITOut LOST-Wrist watch, white gold

ilcr control project. North Krome avenue. Burial will+ CHURCH of season full of juice S8c Lost Mar. 24 probably rr

t Mr. Wilcox wrote that It might in Palm Cemetery at Naranja. Mar. tt Leeeon.......** peck. Seedless, bushel 7Jc. Valencia school Virginia Donoy, 11* N.

ulre three yean to get a die Turner Funeral Home had I, topic "Eeallty. oranges, J5o peck. Collier W. 7th SL

appropriation from congress, charge of arrangements. I Grove Federal Highway at BIs-
whereas he was hopeful that "be- HOMESTEAD METHODIST eayne drive. MISCELLANEOUSPIANO

cause of the emergency condition CHURCH

l, txlsting at Homestead I might be besides M*. Redd, are Mar. t -Mornlnf message: Good BUSINESS: BUILDINQ and TUNING and repairing.

.)11 ) ble to work out torn plan where- Bright, developer of Hialeah; w.1 "The Challenie.ef Life' alii- LOT In Florida City on Oversea Good used piano tor sal cheap

I tiq.1 we codld secure an Immediate H. Combs, chairman of the Dade I clal tousle by tholr. Evening Highway. Also halt-ton MOD- W. E. Koon. lit N. W. 3rd St.

allotment of WPA funds for aJIM County board of public Instruction message "My Call te Ute Mia- EL T TRUCK. Priced right
of this character. He said ; Mrs. T. T. Stevens, Miami' REAL ESTATE
Utnr" by the pastor. Post Office Box 188, Florida
: "1 am taking the matter clubwoman Dr. Ellsha King, Miami Mar. 17-First session ef City Fla. (pmr27)FOR

at one with the WPA in the minister; and Cecil Turner, five-day training Morse In BIG VALUE ..room house.

;//f ')lope that we may work out tome chairman of the Dade County Christian education al I p. m. SALE-Whlte New Zealand I Furnished. All city Improve
\ miaslon. ments. The word BARGAIN has
immediate allocation of fund
o( com-I rabbits SOc each. K M. Lyon, I'
\Otherwise, we shall have to Intro'jfpduca H. C. Reely, citrus FIRST PRESBYTERIAN RF.ai, Box 80 (ml3-a7) been greatly overworked, butI
necessary legislation through Redland, said he had : CHURCH do not hesitate to lay that this

';4,(.jCongreM<<: to secure a regular apr rainfall records of the Subtropical i Mar. SS Moralnf topic STEAMED BROWN BREAD anytime 'I property U a Big Bargain. Price

;. '4 'pfopriatlon In the ordinary and Experiment Station with the water I "Studies la Passion Wankelevening Saturday. Lb. coffee can Including: furniture bed linen
Uiual table under his grove and found and table linen dishes, now
; way. topic "Ye Are My also :JOci with raisins or nuts
In opening the meeting Mr. that the drainage ditches Of the : Disciples... the fourth In the S5c. Leave order at S. L. West $2,200 reduced from $1,800

, Steffanl said that It had been county started to affect the water series. "Christ's Estimate efChristians. home 109 N. W. 8th St. Fin furniture and plenty of It
I table at about two feet H. A. Cameron. (dIStf)
called at the suggestion of the .

! -chamber of commerce president grade of Ma land. below.th'j r HONIY-the clear thick, delicious ACREAGES AND GROVESI

Ito present the 'plan- for-a water Tamed Sottlle, Sr., PRINCETON METHODIST kind. Nona better and at grove specialize In Redland properties.

control survey before the growers land organization has experimented I CHURCH prices Hollister SaP. East Send me your listing of property

''':\spd give them an, opportunity to with control of drainage on the Mar. tt- Morning aermosjbr Kings Highway. for sale.

discus it He suggested that the East Glade advocated "diking the ; Dr. C. K. Viler followed bf CHARLES L BROOKS

,growers be asked to report their coast: from South Miami to Key 1 third quarterly _rereDMo FOUND 110 N. J:. First St., Miami
t.flood and drought losses to the.committee. ). rco" to protect lives and

,, .. At the request of the erty against flooding from SILVER PALM CHURCH FOUND-fountain pen. Owner REAL: ESTATE-Those who wantto

chamber of commerce president he jlA hurricanes and making a proP-I Mar. 29-Morning: service may have same by giving descrlptlon buy or sell Redland District
with Princeton Methodist and paying for this. ad.
agreed to prepare card outlining project of sufficient real estate "'\lllind up-io-data
t_Information desired and mall nitude to. attract the '/ "Chorch. EveaJnf: sermon: Ivan Moser, US N. W. 2nd SL I listings In our office. Many ol

them tit chamber of commerce ex.pense and sympathies of federal agen I 11> Unchanging Chrdat"CARD HELP WANTED these listings Ira still at subnormal *
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(. to' both citrus and truck cies.The I OF THANKSWe I prices. We shall appreciate

groweri. chairman said that the dik- I wish to thank our many LADY with car fog Maisonette either your Inquiries Of

Frank Skill, chairman of the ing against salt water was one ot friends for their kind expressionOf Home Shopping service. Commission your listings, all of which will

Rotary Club water' .control committee I the problems to be considered in:: sympathy and the lovely flowers basis. P. O. Box 2984 II have our best attention. Now M

told of the origin of the water control and Mr. $otw.'.:,, sent following the death of our Miami. (pmriT the time to buy. B. W. Morris,
water control efforts In the Home- suggestion had already been men- now associated with H. A. Cameron
I i I dear mother .
stead Rotary Club early In 1833, ttantrd at part of a possible general Mr. and Mrs. T. Orfanedes LEGAL NOTICES \ N. W. lit St.. In Citizens

the formation of a committee for I 1 plan He said that It would i Mr. and Mrs. 11. O. Arrendule. Bank Bldg Phone 72-

't research and its conclusion thatthe undoubtedly be Consta&ted in this I I Mrs Hughes 1rh.. ClmU Cant, Ik* Nuo nib '.-
Increasing lack of moisture for I I au rey tfedetermine the beet pos- Code dialer Clrtrall. I* and tt >...* Imnlr I LEGAL NOTICES
Mr. Tlevas Hamilton
and Mm
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> Bible methods of water control, ; = : ,- ,
grove lands in dry seasons was Mr. and MI'fI. CrubbsMr OIL W tiff
Louis WRWrlrrio .:. .. I. the rimtl faart Flmntk: JadMal
due to ( controlled drainage | which was the object* the present '" "
I and Mrs Jdhn Frank Grubbs BILL POI<< MVUHCM ClrraM Dada Caaaly. ,..riII.. I. Ikan.a.ry. .
''through canals dug deep Into the effort I. Robert E. Grubbs. Order far ....._t... Caaa )/.. .......
:rock;; < H* iold Ol the: successful Other*-'vMmpokelnchjded Albert i- If tfflMrln* from an a War It Mad h) IIAIIUfW.. VoceIGFSN ", .,..lIf. iIk ,.
I the aknm antltlad eauaf thai the ibfond HtLICNA M. L. VORTIOEPN; Dd.Ma.4awT
work done by fdelegation sent tyt H. Hlnmani'ooet: >| the found- tnt Lao.ar4 welbb ra, hi a ranlriant nf a FOM mvRlaIt
Tallahassee, through/) joint financing of the Naranja Drainage District tt.t* ar oounOT .they than tha state dFlorida appearing hr .ffidarlt appended fie
era )
and than flIa Maldaaaa af tka MMdafandankj kill filed I* the anon Matad"ranaa knatHalm
by the Rotary Club and the tn aa parBVnlarlp at Ika Game k M. L Vcrtlcarn tk* Dafandanttharal
city of Homestead, to obtain pass ,. f I known U plaintiff: BaalriM L wsMb R. airmi hi a iwn-rwldaat at the
h Urd. rim Balllmor Truck CompanyaulldN Btata al Flwlda. and par paaMna la
age of a bill authorising the ere- -Olt yefjackettlt young man In tka City *f BaUHaora' Bum .nan* *, that then k p* pants
'atlon of a water control district <.. ..*,,1....' and that laid ...,......." la Uw ttat of florldi, Ik* an.k .
an' come wi' ma. Uonard Walnkai*, k mr tha an *f at niapaana upon whom matt kind
.j in Dade County. twsur.eaa con and Mar on ao pars.,. mob Defendant tad thai aIM It avat Uw
"The bllt wee enacted Into law I Yer nd goln' ter lick me, are I. the slur 0' Florida "pea whom eovwd are of twantr-.>na ran It la therefore
father?" I Groover was 14 lie bladiss ups., sold rdaivd that amid .raaldrat Dafaadaatk
by the 1833 legislature," Mr. Skill ya I ...........1.II and aha It ..=required t* appatt
mid. "Since that time federal "I am that, dldna I tell ye this PHYSICAL CULTURE BOTH l. 1IooNt_ ........d that the rid ... the Mill of Complaint IM ta ron
funds have been made availablefor I rooming that Fd settle we' ye tor landanl Laaaarf Walnkal*, b km by ra aaaa aa at baton Honda, the nib. dod
; Ta. to aDpaar fa this raaaa on a* katka April. A. D. tea, .t evoke the alltaa.Uon. .
such projects, and County yer bad behavlorT""Ay I natAL far Health Traklu.. n' ado aa. af April. A. D.. I.... af rid. kill will k* lakes M wow
but I thought It was only aad Eaerantla* Ainmadatbaia beat a rula 4ay .III'thin toura, ta anawar .d .. told Oafandant.It .
Commissioner Cook I:. Hook .
L. tar SOO.
the .. bin al aowplalMkaiatofm n urtkar ordered that Min order jaUv
former Homestead city engineer, a joke like when ye tolt the grocer NATURAL METHODS ONtYMO filed I. this rose, atkaf wwb fur foe ...flee..
1 ye'd settle wl' him."-Ex. MEDICINES DRUGS OR .... 110oo allegations aonlalna4 tiwnln, *Ih"T. In 3.* HumaaMd LaadrrKiftarprlaa.
frank Rue and I held conferenceswith I OPERATIONS.FractlaaOy hall ka deemed and takers aa raafaual a .......... published ta rid
Major Close, FERA engineer all aBa-nb respond Itr further ordered that thin order Uniaty and Rial*.
LEGAL NOTICES ,....au. ta aar ayatom af HaaltkTraintas' ka pakllaka4 In the Laatfar-Entarprlaa, This Memo I, .....
regarding a water control project. | and la toes r lailaaaalraaulta a nawapapar ef onanl Simulation aua- IKATKBRMAN.: Clark
There has been some money spent ara .r-I_ Whet In bail County. rWUa. M.et Oaurt. By II. rf.ICIRCUIT
and l> UM Cheats Court af the Kkraatk ,.. MODERATE: RATtJ aa MllM.-' DONS and ORUkRKD al Miami. Daaa Dnpatr Cl.rtc
some work done on surveys. | dMrt Clwall Florida In .ar/a. tka Weekly rata, aavart all abet... Count. Florida this atk .r of March ( WONT HEAL)
J D. Redd member of the Dade nUt (..ace. 1- ,I This to not a kaapllalkadriddaBlkaaa A. D.. ItMB. Can and Carr
.AUGlIC W. IUC& Casp1.a"nq vs.JORN .. LCATHERUAN. Clark af BollclUir. for Plaintiff.
County planning board, laid he ( A. RICE Dol....d.... pars. .I.rid., aaffarlMt talliermalor fiant the Cheats: cows Ky r.: *. (II... l-IS4ll.lt; A.> I)
had bad the water control question} BILL .0. DIVORCROrder I Baal dies..., ant | bOULD. paautf Clark.I .
RaaalrW proponent .. ApptatT atop (CIRCUIT COURT SiAL) U the Circuit Ceurt Eleventh
up for discussion before the board l John A, Kfc. sit North Ontario, a... Ultrolun I Cll>l..n D Tl..i.... B. B. c..... Judicial Circuit
several times. He went into the ..***. HI.- X b ordered that Pan appear FneAo OWgeltWWa Allunwri fur Plaintiff Dade County,
various: possible methods of controlling -I too ....ad... tka llxll da. tt April. 19M. ,Mar. fclS4-tT : Ap. II Florida. In Chancery. Case JIlL
the Bill of Complaint karatnfor Mad. ara aaadactlaf a Health Trata 13881.
the water level and told I.,.1.... you M UM some skirled and .*. h 544.1 aad II Iran wbh t* aafairtha I. tics Cs.eaIt Curt: Eleventh J.diridCovell. JOHN SAUNDERS Complainant .
of had been fur, and In dafanlt thereof a prtralaaa klaa ln( o< GOO&HEAlrH trade c..I ,......., I. Chow
experiments that *ara* Pro ataaaa cal ka total nlt aik far aamplata UraraaatHM. ...". C_ H. ....... vs. MAY SAUNDERS, D*-
made with gates in the canals : It nay ka the taralafpaaat THIIMAS WHELAN IIDlHr.R.: II.. fendant
when he waa county ommlssion- Th. LawWr-Intarprlaa b hereby WI.*. af rIII... Plaintiff. ... rRANCK KIRK B"JOfNra. It appearing by affidavit appended
1 noted. M the Mmpawa la whisk shim bard aappai mi treewa..mjall
DdwdwtRILL to the fail filed In the
order shall aa pukllaki for ,oar InatMutta al the hind root DIVORri
er.The planning board', created bjr IDOND.... too .... _I". Thws.dlath. It appearing kr the aware bill flM above stated cause that May
mad ORDERED it the "roust .reNea.sits of = In UM above stated among that rranmKJrk Saunders the Defendant therein
the governor at the request of fed- kotaw In Miami Flor.... Mt thhtejl the fifth UM Defendant thereto named
eral agencies baa authority and ot Monk, .. D. IMSC. la t tMn-raaMral af the SUM at n......, named la a nonresident of the
no B. LEATHICRMAlt Clara .< 9s...... M., and b 4 ranldaiit af a StaAa. ur country I State of Florida and Is a resident
no funds, Mr. Redd aid. It baa Circuit Court,, Dade County .Wore other than the SUtt of ......., and that of 45J Third St. Brooklyn N. Y.
riorl U. r. i. I f....... who her ,lflMH particularly !
only the to reoommrad < GOULD. ra> na aa known
power C&o'::. .. that there .Is no person In the State
Cnmlr :stkoe oMsbae to alalnllK, k No I<"U Hukhall A nii ,
projects to the WPA. George Merriest (CIRCUIT COURT BEAt) r t a lm. Now _. an* thai plalnUltkna of Florida, the service of subpoena
founder of Coral Gables, la Thomas B. Wrortart I sad apartfM a* MnaKilarlr lr hv know* il upon whom would bind such DCfendant -
SuUcltof foe Complnlnint.' lo klm tka. two is.ve af aVhnilatit,
chairman, and the other members, (Mar. .-...-....1'1; Asa I) M lie that Uian la .. paraan I. t*. 8.... atVMtrMa. aM that she Is over theage
eF.alat re I low aiMha of t of t ,t'oOM years. It la
vkaat ...... kin* week Mhpndanrape" therefore"dered that said nonresident
I that .... at avar tfca a.a af tiM trb. -
feyWRITE Defendant be and la hereby
la tnarafaw .sad
i EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING plat do that MMnovHwIaan
Dafandant ka and aha b to the Bill
i taxarraf Wa-aaj I karaby rawlrad ta appear ta tha Ulll af ot :'tnrtr.rr. : said I cause
HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOP TODAY Complaint flM M now aauaa a* or .... 6th
before Monday, the day
.... on or
.. aae.aef tan II. the day of April. A. .
M. D. MCODSEN; J'rop.t =V=do s.ekMte ., Mkarwlaa the aI......... 01.D4 of April. A. D. 1930, otherwise
I Uj Mil to MM aaaanfaaaa* ,bit and the allegations ef said bill will betaken
t 19 N. F-'traj Am*. ITione SIMHARRY'S byrkat Culhir Hotel. toot ... I
w aa confessed by. said De-
PaMrtllfk ...* Tark j It furtkaf rdon4 tart sibs solar Wpaillahad .
4 MMW a waak tat tout IIIEMarprba. fendant.
-"" .. .. .... -- It U further ordered that this
a Miaapapt ayaluM .. order be published once a week
Gooses and swift -i
t : yila March nth ItM. for four eohsccuthr week In the
-WELDING SHOP I ...... I.UTUllld'l; O I Homestead/ Lender-Enterprise a
('I. c..rto Vy "C.DBWIt.
DapMy Chirk newspaper published In said Coun

kiiart C lane This Feb. II. 103.
1r MONKEY ,SolkHtar far rWntiS'.. .
} r : FerUUd Madrid ad Aoetr bns Welding sot Cylinder Blocks, JUNGLE I (Ma. ..I.-..-'" Aa*. l> b E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
of Circuit Court. By r. J.
Cylinder Heads. Alumlsmm Castlr** a.4 De en. INTHCU.S. I Could Deputy dirk.

= Automotive Machine: Rep.Mn -C.t rfac to garages b nwlateartoi i CITY DRAY Circuit Court Seal)
Henry Behrena. .
'pouring S4U aligned ........ connecting red peaartagM Habana DrIli West 'I HERMAN WATTS Prop. Solicitor for Plaintiff.

baring and eyllnder ....... of Narsaia 'RoadADMISSION j Heelless ef tar Wood' at say (Feb. U. 3D; Mar, I. It, '0)

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Papa Twelve THE ENTERPRISE Friday March 27 193G.
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In state politics, at the governor InC agreement and 91 per cent of Handlers would be required to of the Miami district of the ]
DADE GROWERS appoints the/Member of the citrus the shipper 11I11'cD it before pay the control committee H cent Churcn South win pre
pomraisaktt. To this other growers it becomes effective. It would cover per standard bas shipped from the the morning service 10
; VOTE ON CITRUS answer by saying that the the remainder of the 193J-J8 time the program becomes eff:c- Sunday, announces the Mell'odllt ;
present citrus commission is a season and the entire 1I3..n mason doe to September: I. 1939 and V. Rev H. O. Cowan. The
strong representative bodyfrowcrt of, antes sooner terminated by cent per box thereafter. This assessment quarterly conference: will ,
PACT TUESDAY and they would be la control the secretary of agriculture.A may be increased or decreased at the close of the service '
until the propound marketIng control committee to administer s* found necessary.Presiding Sunday school:will be held "
agreement would expire to the agreement would consistof o'clock. .
(Continued Front Past One) July 1137. By that time the Industry I'
; tile 11 members who compote '
Elder Will The congregation of the
I .
meeting. Mr. Stefftnl made It can Initiate amendments the Florid Citrus Commission. '
plain that it we not his business to put the appointing of the control Under this Preach in PrincetonDr. Palm Church will bidet with v ,
or Intent to Influence the froweneither board Into the bands of the proposed, PI'OJI'Im..h.lpcMQ Princeton church for auarterlt; 7-,,
i tor Or against the growers themselves it argued. of oranges grapefruit C. K. Vlkt, presiding elder conference. ,
ment. He Mid the aane-I Another I and tangerine grown in the state \1 ,
rower-chipper points Of Florida which are moved in interstate -
\ vice of the University ot out
that the control board is.
governed Canada
J'S' of which he U a part, had Kneed in Its action by the regulations could be commerce regulated and during to weekly:
to conduct the educational meetings
of the agreement and that periods so s* to prevent depressed
explain the Provisions
the board can sot determine allotments
price which might result from excessive -
the agreement, and that when he
or take other action
without supplies In the)out-of-*<*temarkets. I
had this he
performed duty WM
i first getting approval from the .
]leaving entirely up to the (rowen secretary of agriculture. MARINE HARDWARE t tYACHT
Toe control
committee would
a* to whether they fevered the
For the
of those
growers have the power to recommend establishment
agreement or who did not read the summary of I of shipping prorate
the citrus marketing agreement period, or period of regulationof
normbox contained In last week' issue of grades and sizes of fruit shipped k .\
f i .loa. meeting the Leader-Enterprise It .Is reprinted and to eo-operst with thesecretary
1, Kedland school auditorium, and herewith.Sixtyseven ; (If agriculture in development 260 S. W. 6th Street Miami, Fla.
aid that the meroben of the commission par cent of the of plan for diversionof
had agreed to act aa the grower must approve the market- surplus fruit
proposed control board only under
\ pressure, ai they: considered they ; '
had trouble enough already and Creamery : .
Florida FreshEGGS 1
would receive no additional remuneration w :

)I control committee.H. for their. duties aa a I II I CHEESE ii !{: 't
C. Reely Redland grower, ; De
1 pointed to a chart put on displayby 'I ib. -- --- Z3c doz. -.2'c. .
-- :
Mr. Steffanl to show the extreme -
peakt'and of the
1 \
market under prevent conditionsand Creamery RollBUTTER FreshCabbage
said that ai understood
it, the present proposed agreement :
WM intended to flatten out the
\ peaks and reduce the depth of the
; Ib. -- -- 36c Ib. mo212C'Del '
canyon He pointed out that etch I -- ,
high price peak waa followed by ,
Saturday Specials .
aa equally high supply peak in MonteCOFFEE Large, Firm Iceberg ,
about week with the remit that -

canyon.the market at once went into a : MILK ford3ltall lr canaCharlesiii 19c: Lettucehead

Someone: raised the point that
I California and other citrus producing ----- 26C Potatoes IdshCobbJers --. "f. ---'ci|e
states would not be bound 101 2-JJtc r .,
by any agreement to control theirahlpmenlL 9 No 2/ Can All-Good Crisp Large,

'. "la 1933.34. under federal con- ; PEACHES SUGAR 101b& SZc
15c Cloth Bag
trol we got better prices than we :
have ever had since," said Mr. s
Reely,"and believe that the present PEARS..21CJeSert Juliette BulkGRITS ... a,... '
I stalk .#
marketing agreement is a stop I MEAL -7\
in the right direction" ,i "
One objection expressed In the Fresh'
meeting and outside was that the 5lbs.----15C 5Ibs.l5c:
naming of the citrus commissioners Onions [
u members of the control committee .- 6 pkgs. Z5c
would put the citrus agreement RICE Fancy Grain ."
5 .Ibs. Carrots ; "
Old Glory :

: 9f : Macaroni or Spaghetti MIRACLE WHIP, Yz pt - -- 14c Beets \I :. j

SALAD DRESSING pt.23c qt. 37c bunch 5c !
2 pkJts.----.9c ; --_--- j

; Large Size Octagon Red Chief Dry :

or OnionsGolden 1 i
fPkO, p PIe CornFlakes ,
MASH 6for -255 can-------5c
-- 3Ibs.---- 4cL_
2 pigs.g5c:

t, the luppKet exact your nutritious laying Kent elements with Balk Brown PURE GOLD, Plain or Self Rising Ripe t' i

they need to product man and 6 Ib. bag ",...._.._...25c Bananas31bs. : {
letter with tonnd theOa SUGAR
the kind egg that Wag better -. s FLOUR 12 the bar .__._..,45c t tI

pricea.FtJLO.PEP 24 Ib. bar ... ...?.........85c ,
EM Mash 25c -ISC'Navy
4 Ib s. - Guarantee 11
opbochfwtlghttndhesJthltthetff' Sold on Honey\ Back f
layer while they ... producing I No. 2 Cans Standard Fresh CrowderPEAS .
tU egg that ar M Important
part of the farm Income BEANS Tomatoes4cans25c CORN or PEAS ,,1'4Ibs. '

lector Supply Co. -- Z5c 3 )fe. cans --25C 2 tall cans--Ifc: :

Homestead, Fla. Our Meat DcHI'fmcnt Under New Manatfcr M Call Here for Better Meats ,; i i:


UsRejuvenate STEAKS, =.7 fc.-25cCHUCKROASTlb.-17c| I RIB ROAST* 1b.---23c. : ;

..' Fresh Ground Ih. VEAL CUTLET, Ib _ 30c Whole. Ib.iISausage25e 40 \

Your Car II IIr VEAL RIB CHOP:fe. - 28c Leg.Lamb-. -23e, j

; Wood Work .. 'VEALSHOOtDERCHOP: %.-' 25c Lamb Stew---18c.: i, /'
I Calf Liver--- Mellon
; Body Fender Repairs I ib.VEAL 0t'I"SI1V/.I.a",. k,--------- 18c Swift'a Premium Ib. : ,
" Tops and Trimming Out Me .. ,
' .. Seat Corers I Calf Brains 28c JEWEL Oft VS E'FOLELARD- 34e .
I.f' ( : -- ... ----- .'
t-lb. Carton 41b1, Carton 8.s. Car
Paintingit's f ::,
!, Beef Kidney and Ib. ft

! L. I Heart - 15c: :Ifc ffc ftc &It Jowl- Ik
I! 1 I Pat L"'PI

I I" .\. ,942 Jtf.DOJIQ AverLb [ Before ftffiag ;in Case ld lee Lots Get 8w c1.N.Tiy Are Very -AIN11111e, ..

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