The leader-enterprise
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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: April 3, 1936
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00066
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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RECREATION I Mayor Asks Florida City CouncilTo COMMISSION VOTES $1500

Demand Bond Debt AdjustmentSuspension

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DEPAR1ENT I principal payment-.f Interest on Florida and,: Urge. Welfare Office TOWARD PRELIMINARY WA' I

City' bonded indebtedness until I 1 Here Be Continued
4 the interest rat of seven per cent

PLANOFCITY : hat been adequately reduced we I Efforts were begun this week PROJECTTOPROTECTCROPSFLORIDA

recommended to the town council f by the Redland District Chamber
I by Mayor Monte Sllvermao In I of Commerce to prevent the clot-
a menage which he read at the -
ing of the welfare office maintained
JJleler Asked by Council regular council meeting in the In the city office by Mr Helen Favorable Action by Dade

y to Make Proposition Florida City town hall TuesdayBight Whiting Ferreyra a* a branch of CITRUS Planning Board

as Director the Dad Comfy welfare bureau.
1 Mayor Silvtnnun also urged An attempt by a South Dade: GROWERS VOTE AssuredCOIMISSIONERS
that all lawful mean and procedure delegation to interview those In
for the collection of taxes be
charge of tile bureau

CONCERN returned in order that PACT ACT
; the tow In Miami met with failure asa APPROVAL
may have revenue with which tocarry sign on the office door advised I DESPITE FULL SLATE

..Current Be Furnishedat on its work. K e pointed out that It would be doted until Saturday -
that the town treasury w.i empty. but of Vote Through State Said
Power Rate; League member the Dade South Dade Delegation
florid City' bonded Indebted. .
County welfare board, which directs
-Ha$ Upkeep nest hat been reduced from WO- the activate of the bureau, Overwhelmingly for Given Right of Wayat

v-T- ." 000 to tl,00Q by payment* 0It were contacted and told of the Sales Control Meeting
Detail* tor Creation of a recreation ,the principal Mr. $ lverman' hardships that would be worked
department by the city of message follows on the destitute and aged In this Th Florida citrus marketing .
Homestead will be worked out bl i "Mr President and Gentlemenof section If the local office wen agreement wu approved by an The Dad County board of
the city council1 swimming pool I the Council discontinued. overwhelming majority accordIng county commissioners voted to

4. eommitto sod Then i. Dieter, ,, *Th tltfan of cur town have Chamber of commerce offlcals to report from the state agricultural sponsor a WPA project for a water
physical education director of the acted when reached them tervieej although the
bestowed Upon y' 'the honor and control survey Tuesday after a
Homestead schools, and presented that the Homestead ballota have not been tabulatedyet
of on good authority :
duty representing their interests Joint committee from South Dad
to the council for action at Its
office wa to be discontinued
In the running of the city I
regular meeting Monday! night War have many important duties and Mr Ferreyra was to be la Dad: County the Silver Palm, grower and civic organisation
At a meeting but night--the to perform There are transferred to the Miami office. Citrus Growers Association voted appeared and requested that ouch

second special session held thl I I thing to do to put our house many In Th social service office her for the agreement and the Red- action be taken to protect DadeCmity'i
,Week to consider this question and land Citrus growers Association
order Some Of the more preia- against
WPAclient.stem trove
to work but,* basin I for cooperation I tag problem to which 1.eall 'voted again! 1t.... t.24 Individual .
your and"1tw'ffrmr glnMtt6ml r k
between the'city and the attention art M follow: handling relief alto. ballot* cast.IB favored the agreement
newly orginlxed diamond ball as- "Some of ui are fortunate riGRADE and tight were against it The 'motion Included' provision
aodftlon-p-Mr Dieter was asked i enough to benefit from th* ... Tl. great majority of citrusgrowers for an appropriation cf _.,DOO a*
If h*,would submit a proportion MOM from taxes provided by AND PACKDISCUSSED In Did County art members the county1 that in the expense,
I of Mr the other of the
to direct the new department at
our state law. At the wm tim
tentatively estimated by lilteoun1
association mentioned, and the
BO colt to the dry Other than
there fall
on many our neighbor The commitlion' -
could be .met out of receipt from I BY block ballots of the* organization
I and resident who have help represented hundred of action will be certified to
fh* municipal swimming pool On
ed and who continue to help the the Dade County planning board,
1 'his affirmative reply, arrangements growth of the city, a tax burden AVOCADO GROUP / 'O-n. ; whose endorsement necessary for
were made for him to coaler M great that the taxes are apt to I quick action on WPA project
with the pool committee before confiscate their property Th baa been assuredO ,
Monday night I i city must have fund upon which I BIRD FILES; AS A A. Sandqulit district director -
Election Because
All money received from the i i Postponed
to operate. It I* no different thai of WPA In Miami said that the
diamond ball association for floodlighting I a private buslnes The amount of Very ScantAttendance I county commlialont action In
th* municipal field tar I of taxes which can be imposed and CANDIDATE FORCOMMISSIONER making an appropriation ahead
league game will be ud either I I I
collected I III limited to the ability of time might facilitate action In
(or repairing thAt
the I of the people to pay Election of officer by the Florida : getting the project approved
for other facilities
"Our treasury 1* empty. We Avocado Association Appearance of the South Dade
I I wa postponed -
r of the recreation I
ty* I (Continued on Page Twelve) last night because Of insufficient commute !before, the commissionfollowed
the council
park voted last nighton I
( motion by Councilman J O, representation of the Former Mayor la Second i a meeting of grower
Wynn, seconded by Henry i membership. The date for the To Announce in. 5th held In the Homestead school auditorium
arlt. Brook.j I postponed election wlU be left to I Wednesday night of lad
board .District Race week under the ample of the
tl Previously th*'council > i the discretion of the of director -
ed to furnish electricity to HEAD DIAMOND *. I Redland DistrictChamber of
light the league ,a m.t1ood.1[ I Those present at the meetinglast Preston B. Bird filed with the Commerce, at which the historyof
Dad County executive committee water control movement
night heard a report from the
the regular rates, I
tlmated to cost About power(301 month: I,BALL MOVEMENTSixteam Chas Pratt, who with John R and the clerk of the circuit court was outlined and the endorsement
I Mothers wa tent to Cuba by the Wednesday a* a candidate for of the grower aecurtd The committee
This Wit at the suggestion of I
I I association tOvdicus suggestions county commissioner from the :at the commission meetIng -
league official In lieu of a I
that Ole recreation -department proposal A League and I I for controlled marketing with fifth district Mr. Bird, who completed included Frank SkU"- Wade
Dr. term of Home- a Bird Ben Archer
the Cuban shipper of avocado a a* mayor Hunt P.
share In receipt of the,
Continual 4-team League H. S Wolfe who had been askedat steal |at .I.nulU'1ln4 did not run Frank Rue James Sottlle, 6r, and
on Page Three
( )
+ Seen Possible a previous meeting to work out {I for re-election, 1* the second to W. S. Burkhart Mr. Rue acted
I a scheme of standard grade and announce In the race for com- t* apokeonan J D. Redd, mem-
Frank B. Rue was elected president pack for avocado, presented torn missioner from the district whoM ber of the planning board was
DICE BROOKS' TO of the diamond ball association tentative suggestions along that northern border it Silver Palm also pretent

In Homestead af a meetingof Jin*. Mr W. J. Krome reported I drive: J. D. Redd former com The commissioners were faced ,
BE PRESIDENT; OF manager and sponsors In the that the county publicity director missioner, announced Jut week with exemption applicants that
efflc of the Brooker Lumber Co. Frank Bell, had been interviewedand Born In Duval County. Jan. 11, would require their attention into
'' Tuesday night A. F Arthur, was ready to co-operate in avocadO IBM. Mr. Bird was one of the six the night but they heard the I
ROTARIANS HERE I president of the league last year; ,. publicity campaign. ton of the late Proton B. Bird,1 South Dade delegation at one }
wa elected vice-president and W. It JIll been brought out from Jr, who wa for M year assistant A tendency Jo postpone consideration !
'IT: McConnell war elected seers time to time that'the Impression u. & district engineer on river war overcome by Commit- i
( of Storm Control terry and treasurer persists in torn quarter that the and harbor in Florida. H* attended stoner Lamar Plttaon who, moved
Theo It was decided to start play Florida Avocado Association la acommercial the public Pvval requested project b* pontor.
Outlinedat U\
: about May 1 with at least Art I organisation such asa County and later edIt wu quickly seconded by t
Club Meeting and possibly six team In an A eo-operaUv association or some money to attend business college Commissioner H. I. Cook and i
-: \league and probably four other other packing and marketing con H* held a position with a grocery unanimously carried. ;
cep ) H. Brook was elected prealdent team, not a* strong In B league I earn whereat it I* actually A company until the outbreak of the 3 3Tlilg
of the Homestead RotaryClub Team already In the fold for i society of person interested In World War, when he Joined the WIATUZZom.W
at UM annual election of of.ficert the A league are: Walton Nurseries : avocado whether from the stand Florida National Hoard, which en
u4 director at th* lun 1.3S city league. champions, : point of grower, thlpper horticulturist Nov. t, ltl wu Inducted into ,e.tk,-s wt "r tae a at .et..r r rx I
cheon-muting Wednesday. V.X Brooker Lumber Co. W. D. Horne or Just layman. Fer that the army. After service in France ... at sutl... NomaMs dos
ti WM elected vtoa-preei Co., Florida City Tawnier end reason consideration bat been give he wa muttered out of service In i iax
dent, and t. L. Chandler, Frank possibly a team from Gould 'en to a suggestion that the name the envy at the age of It and returned aMar.
,' ,Rue sod Willard riCetd were Matecumb baa algnlfled its Intention of the organization be Changed to to hit former position. 37
tamed a* the other member of of entering a team In the "J'I rI4a Avocado Society", and Fourteen yean ago h* married Mar 29 99 e1 90.00Mar. .
the board of director They will B leagu a proposal for the change in name Mitt Beat* Atkinson of Wayoro, 29 00 soMar.
.?;' take office in July. I Another meeting will b* held will probably come up tor dicu Ga* and In August 182J they 9o U 98 29.99Mar.
A,theory for hurricane control Tuesday night at 9 o'clock In the don at some future meeting at moved to Homestead where Mr. 31 97 99 30.13Apr.
which ha been suggested to the office of the Florida East Coast 'which there la a fair representation Bird was connected with the liar 1 is a1 29.97Aprv
.t (Continued on Page Twelve) ,Fertiliser Co. of the membership (Continued on Pogo Five) 3 99 71 29.9. i 4


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Pate_Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday. April 3. 1936..-.01>,',,

James A. Soper Dies 'Miami; and one great grandchild, Superiority of FinishOf "Well," Wisest said Uncle Need Tom ,\.
A. R. PRATT DIES; Patricia Ann Walton.Mr. Chevrolet ExplainedDetroit $\
After Long Dines and Mr*. J. A. Hooks who how are you getting on st schi I Ira
accompanied the body to HenderKmVUte Apr7 21'h.: ..greaterdepth i "Oh, not to bad, uncle" '
James Augusta Soptr who had are expected to return the rla! hell and lustre provided < 'Tm"trying awfully hard to,'
been a resident of the KedlandJMstrlct last of the week. During their by pyroxiUnt' finish, plus Its get' ahead.
for the pat Jyear.,tied tbaence,' their: --daughter Mm< :durst lltx 1I low of r*>touchmg li ''T at.* good," said uncle abv<:,
Funeral Service ... heed "_'
Preached at hit home is Silver Pain Tuesday Walton whit her babjf Patricia without refinishing the whole- sentmindedly, one. 3

. By.Dr. J. A..Sutton, IU _, After -a lingering illaesa.brtenmnt Ann, and her nieces Helen Adams,I car are the 'reasons advanced by
81 AN 1--41 i1.C T ratrnuvitsntAT.
Pastor Many Tears was tn Palm Cemetery .Nnained' in Homestead. C. E. Wethersld, vtee-prsidH;
. -- !.at .Naraaja yesterday aXtetncoa. : Turner TunerslBmi prepared inoT le i manufacturing manager -for vtaxttr 's.egmtesC
with aarvioM In the cemetery by the body tor shipment of the Chevrolet Motor Com anl*. fHea aaetha, *4a. Fist-'tiff
Albert Raymond Pratt died.*t, the )Ie". C. C. Haneberger pastor for Chevrolet' adherence taltoaV W.7V fMcaVMakaav IK-
Ids borne JOO K. J:. Tin avenue. aVive.
two that Rasa i
of the Goulds Pentecostal Church; type of finish."The .
Saturday evening at the age of Heart Ailment Fatal
Mr. Soper who was Tt yean used by Fisherin
93 and WM burled Monday afternoon i processes
ID Palm Cemetery Id Na- old, carne to Silver Palter from : To Mrs. Guy Whitney finishing the bodies for Chevrolet
ranja. Burke, N. Y. Be: Is survived by I have required years to develop -
This funeral his wife, Mrs. Harriet F. Soper, I Mr Zdith Brabham Whitneyof ," said Mr. Wetherald ''They
preached in the chapel armonL'cT was the a eon, Jess Soper and three Modello wife of Guy T. Whitney start with the preparation of the
Turner Funeral Horn by Dr. J. grandchildren.Pan i who died in the Post Cradu- metal by the removal of aU grease
: bearers were: Wilmer Cast, :ate hospital Homestead Sunday and other foreign substances, to
A. Button of Orlando who had I
Onto l 3. S. Roes Sam
been his Oklahoma : Halnlln. :from a heart ailment. was burled! Insure adhesion ofthe finish. On
pastor in
had later been his pastor la the, Engel. A. C. dosnell and N. Luckey. r In Miami Memorial Park Wedp..1, this clean surface successive coats
First. Baptist Church of Home 'day afternoon. The Rev. ., of red oxide primer and surfacer
"stead. r Walker, pastor of the First Baptist 'are applied then the whole bodyIs A New World i is,
Mrs. Ella Hooks BuriedIn I Church of Homestead conducted rubbed down to a good surface
R. R. Uuaselwhlta, B. C. Mur-
I the services in the Turner I with wet sandpaper of a grade
phy, W. P. Cash J. H. Oodaoa W. Hender bnvtUe, N. C. : Funeral Home chapel. that will leave no scratches. often made visi-
R Cheshire and Harry D. Wolf.lID'.et .
i Mrs. Whitney, who was 4} years After Inspection, the body Is
ai pallbearers.Mr. Mrs. Ella Hooks mother ot J. :old was formerly private secretary -I given a double coat of ground ible thru glassesto
Pratt was born la Nashua, A. Hooks, died Saturday morning to Robert W. Ingenol, the!J I color followed by repeated double
N. H, Sept 19, 1142. He was the at the Hook residence I and was i noted watch manufacturer. She coats of lacquer in the final color.
son of a Baptist minister,and after burled Tuesday in Henderson I 'Thorough polishing ofthe lacquer' those with refractive "
his. conversion at the ace of vtlle, N. c.. beside her husband, Red-I completes the job. .
21 yean was closely identified W. A. Hooks, who died six yean I New York City. She was a member This method assures a finish errprs.
with the Baptist church and tor ago of an Episcopal church of that I that Ia''not only free from pock-
JJ year* served as deacon. Mrs. Hooks was born in Colum ; marks'wtranie' yecE-efferb! but -
White still a young man he, bus Mis. on Apr 17,4861. ..Withbr elty.fih* la survived-by Jwrimsbandi rfcht odee .and Imrtrou*-4flntah.
moved to Champaign .Ill? 'andtfanrard I .family.she jnoved to Florida and two sisters,.Mrs CIIa. suggeadTe At Uia quallly.lhaLgoesrigbt"thtooah .
there for M .}N1't. ..!.: and Raided la lake County until ber i and' Wise Maude &oQIaooo1 : the 'car;: .Further. DR..l\L\ .C.IQ'IT.: '
J904 he moved to Oklahoma.' JIM when the .family moved toMiami. both of New.York.City.Pall .:-'- ," >. lacquer finish1 lends"ttietf tee* # ,
ta 1911 he nimelo Redland where In .1828 Aha and.1 br husband 'bearer were] .Da_.W -I trnp seals.towb."Up..makIn&, tt : :OPTOMETRIST M
he let out a ...,.-and tended it, moved to Hendereomrille llama, Dan Williams, Casper-Williams ,oI unnecessary reftniah.'the\ whole
till his health failed.In and.after' Mr. Books' death 'the Geo Ranaonv T. D. Pich4 j car should the body became dented 1} McCrery Areade'Heaeate4A i
1020 he moved t9 Homestead came to Homestead to reside. Her and Vernon Turner, < or scratched through mishap."
' and for many yean was health begai to fail a year ago
and aha wa:bedfast the last two
identified with financial Institutions -
of this city. month of )her life.Uri. SHORT SHORT STORY

"Mrs? Pratt is survived by: Ms Hook is survived by: let ,
son a daughter. Mrsi: K. H. Miller
; -
wife, Rote Barber; two sons, O.
W Pratt pf ChetopaJ: Kan., and' of Kendereonvtlle; a sister, Mrs. 1:
for people who want to pickthe
r H. Pratt of Moran, Kan.; three Anna Wes1 oamp of Miami; two ,

daughters Homestead Miss: Mrs.Josephine Minnie Prattof C. and granddaughUrtiMlsa Mrs.;'ref/ '.\Walton tthel: both Hooks of right low-priced carl

Pratt Casey of Pueblo Col., and
Mm. A.X.. Schulti of Hunter Use ChurcSifeuilal was In Palm (READING TLVE II SECONDS)
Okie.; three grandchildren and Cemetery 'fit'NanftJ" '

five great grandchildren; and a Mrs. I Ramsey, who was SO Jean \'
slater Mrs. Geo. A. Smith-of JHol- old
cam to Homestead from Duoluth -
11WOOd."C.I1. r.. /1Ilnn. She Is survived by ;I ,

J, her tusbaod, Harry J. Ramsey
Funeral Services nerd two children, James and Harry ;, ,'.
and her mother, Mrs Williams.
For Mrs. Ellen Ramsey '

Funeral service for Mrs. Ellen: Fofitl Best In
Marie Ramsey, who died Satur-
day in a Miami hospital after a OPTOMETRYDR.NEirfcNSCHWANDER \ t
short nines, were conducted at
the Turner Funeral Home Tues DR. a GONZALEZ ;

day afternoon by the Rev. C. N.' lit Veneltea, 'Arcade, MiamiCAREY
Walker. pastor of the First Bap-




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That U the enly lw-i>rW car with IMPROVED GLIDING KNEE-ACTION RIDE?


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t .
e s That U the only low-priced cw with IIICn-COMPRESSION VALVE-IN-HEAD RNCCWr

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roof It rencwt' the life of the "
of left
!a a ? '"' "f a''
material. TIle fight oils aoak into the dried-out felt, "
thorougjity waterproofing it. The heavy oil* fin up
exposed cracks aDd form a new wearing surface. This THEREFORE, THE BEST CAR TO BUY IN 1936 IS
new surface la reinforced with fibres of genuine :.' .' .
..... the wooderfol mineral which .. Practically .

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Can* VOan ODHD la made fir Mt r.A. but It ls uahe.BM .
tat beady warn carrel .... eon pDaa cams swat M nuare
tins--let oaf uoaers+ioe Prices as say qua Itr
de; O1t4J tml'l'M Zarvpn Ctic I

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Phone 98 Homestead, Fla.l(14KS' .




Friday AprilS, 1936. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pas These

Fashion Show Talk and Election .mocraq-.bere all the children RECREATION vwUMled. at one*. Council FTMJdent -
I meet and play on an equal tootIng TOnVJtfarH* expressed the
Feature Homestead Organized play with a group belief that puWic; spirited material 1
P.-T. A.
MeetingA makes the child more tolerant of PLAN OF CITY deafer would. gt e the C1011-
those who may not always agree term rt 'ft tame way ol financing -
proposed summer recreational be turned loose tor the summer lathe with his notions and at the tame the work could be found

program centered about the municipal .I Kedland District," said the lime it instills a firmness and (Continued From PI..r One) Councilman Frank Rue said
swimming pool and the ape.ker."The are going to playat courage bred of self-confidence. bull Wm. Sydow, consulting engineerOf
diamond A meeting
city park ball court
wat outlined something and they are going
"Perhaps there are some of you, of the council the city, was working out someestimates
to the Homestead Parent- swimming somewhere. It will be Monday night WM
on the method of anchoring
who think that recreational
Teacher. Association lilt Friday, a thousand time better It they a program I adjourned to last flight to that the concrete floor of the
here during the will
night by Tbeo J. Bitter, physical play on wen equipped playgrounds
not particularly affect you or your diamond ban leaders, meeting pool at the deep end below the
education Instructor and ,
athletic undet the
roach of the Homestead i supervision of child a* you expect to be away the Tuesday night, could make water level He Mid also he had
schools trained than If -
persons they playIn
greater part of the summer. In their wishes la this respect nude arrangement- have abridge
at 0 meeting held In the l-lt"l ,the streets or on vacant tots, and
this, however, you are mistaken, With optratton of the recreational and concrete engineer come
King Cooper
School if u.rwlm to
auditorium. the pun water of
because those children who do program depending on repair dower Sunday to look over the
Mr. Skier's talk was preceded the city: pool under competent of the the concrete that broken through
remain her during the summerare swimming pool, was
by the election of officers tot instructor Instead
the of in some nickpit
the playmates and associate council Indicated definitely bit when the water table" roM and
l>3C-St year Mill followed or canal- with One trained I
by. a no
f> bion show by pupils of the In m-\'inlIleaRy. t.: your' children when 4hey"re- night that way and meant of financing prvhed up the bottom of the deep
turn to Homestead for the next the work would be In- end.
hpme economic department and "It has come to be-feceghixed
school term. Having the benefit
by demonstration the high-> school of yells Pep and songs Club that organized, supervised day, II. of erganised group play with its

'which Is directed,** Mill Kathryn one pf the greatest-factors In child character-building activities providing
? Theisen. trainingbecause it, aecompliahee m normal healthful outlet Green;: Lantern Restaurant

The association elected MM. J. what neither .the hemq nor the for their energies, those children
Kho< l Ja-.abl!* ,to. do-it.teache who remain berg will be bettercompanion II
: If. BngUsh.pmidenti.Mn.f..S.: Western '1'-... Steak Dinner see Chfakes IMaaer IS*
: the.child to. get along with others *for your children: next
Rheney.vftrst vice-president; 'Mrs. Regular Diner He YereUMe Hale HeAD
Hubert NlcholaV second vlce-pre\ 'I who .hI,.. 'different' backgrounds- rr. Rids at R_.... Saarfwfche*.
dent Mrs. Landon Carney; secretary and ideas A playground: I* a true .. (Continued-on Page Five)

; and- Mrs. J.: :K. Rutland; - .. ,. _, ..
tfeaeunr-.' ... ." ,.-. .- i/, Yr ".. T. "
accordance" witI1..aPpoct .r.' ",, ''''-'''' ''' .
; ......br Mrs. O. J. Par-- --n-t \ > '' :
: 7 :
man committee.chairman; of4he 0"aomuutiag y :.: ( : : ...1 l ::; .,' \ : .

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The pool to not-now- Irt vcndKtk "
v; Mr,..JMeieiiMldr.it.will
dHir.ab Rt..U,1IOO- ;' !the 41Y
.i xairh IIed1'tIIr., Mitt de" at Ab.drlydeJy
endi-HHowwerY he"s iit. .tI\e
investigation,,bAa: been..Made.>f
proper taett)0d;Ij fre1aylng..tk.
floot.'fdd. .* ,utoatldent.:'tllal
when -repairs are mid 4t,will*be
lor. the.last .time. He.said that
various plans were .being considered
as -" -and means of gettingthe
repairs financed.
Continuation of the le rn-fo-

swim' campaign which Mr. Bleier >, .. .
Initiated as. manager of the pool

last summer, Junior and senior .
JUe-saving Instruction under official '; SONLY -..
.' '
Rued Cross rulesdiamond
t ball, soccer ball, touch' bait -and
football are some of the activities
planned. For the real young
people there will be TO yo tournaments .

klte-flymg' contest and '. ..
other similar activities.A ,.+ ; '"
week-end: sport carOvalstarting ;., ,
with a- bicycle 'raceon
Thursday,May H; is planned:"by
Mr. Bleier IX a.recreation trftgrart:
is established for the city. 'The
I bicycle race will be followed the '' Y
' next day by; a rack meet during
i the day and a water circus that

, night Saturday, May 18, win be
t d registration day for boys and girls
xk! who wish to enroll in the junior
,I and senior life-saving classes

.I Through the national youth
program two :young men and two ONEBOULDER
young women will be available DAM-
without cost to assist In a recreational
\ .Hi* l*".l... hi MM wall s
i program for Homestead this
MT to Mek. ties IMI WM.,
I summer, Mr. Bleier said. tie M*tdt.t N.. wee.out.
"In twq and a half month some .comes 1.109,000 N. '.( '
. two thousand boys and girl will .sp"dy Noll'
cout"61q 1n6e.1. 1.IOOOPt.
eresffa .. ...........- 1
t JOHN 0. SAUJET POST NO. 4* as ..0 lake Ilial"tse ,

' i Merle tine ..... third WeilMMlai.m .
a p. Aavriewi Ltl M BU.JoW
1 ( pass eMre) South. prams An, =,
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effected in refineries/ soared .

hessei. delivery true's' and tfiot cptofU gu>ed imfWiftiuji*

gas p"p..n.at'l' why we ore

SAMUEL W..... CETZEN able' t* viva yew High-Test,
STATE e..d.TREASURER* for K..ckle l .* fewer end long top pc/t7otmance..tilac| : u E/t g 4E d ptice

Ii tie platform. Mr. Cetsen MUe. ...*...treg ,states, "As State Treasurer and a j

Stattee Beads IosuhallIctllyy

tift eafores 1Ia1 laws for protection ef t'.* NO SECOND GRADI NO' THIRD GRADE

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Four THE ENTERPRISE Friday April 3,1936. d
Page _____ __ LEADER. ,.


r.bll.hd Friday at NBMfe4 -, I I
For $381,500 in Refunding BondsSafety UBBAIUAITUMtAtf (
,Fla., by the Berth Dade B* una. i* u BOW.

MUhlBg C*. I I _.__m__ S.S

Harbor, Apr 2 (FNS)- first five years of the refunding siouaaUwAils Ing and most highly endorsed tji'
BEN ARCHER.Edltor s I The little city of Safety Harbor agreement which will advance the! ''W......r. Thwnfer: *.* a leading English critic ElUabet
has taken the spotlight by cancel mlllage to approximately 20. ,, .tor. rrkUri I* a. ..,! p. 0, Bowen was born In Ireland
Entered M second clsst nuOwtitor ling Its Improvement liens 100% The city Is preparing to go Into Salad r i a. ...Ml p M *. ..>.I f-. !. r. though, she live in England th3
March 5, 161$. at MM pert and giving a discount ot 15% on federal court and once and for all keep up the old home in County 1
.fflo* at ._lea" Florida, traderO all delinquent tax**. clean the slate. In order to do this Cork which has been In the J30w. i
ad *f March I, 187*. i Burdened with a bonded indebtedness under the Wilcox act the city must So many new book this week en family sine Cromwell's time

of (1,100000 a sum have in hand a total of $.3811.000of scattered all through the library Sometime one wonder why: IOjI./1
SUB. PRICE, $1.01 A TEAS : the city could never hope to pay: bonds, the bolder of Which fiction and non-fiction on the few of the book selected as the j,
I city official under the leadership are willing to accept refunding rental shelf and on the open outstanding book by the var
MY DAILY CREED I of Mayor L. H. Zinsser set out to bond in place of them, and official shelve" The Winter visitor are book club in these United States "i
solve a problem that appeared well report that they now have leaving and the home folk will of America are written by our '
Let me be a little kinder let me nigh hopeless.for $391,000, a little over the required find more time to read A friend American author U.* time for ,
be a little blinderTo month every effort toward amount of our library who live in Ridge- some 6f our writers to get busy. .
the fault of thOR about me;j reaching an adjustment met with With prospect of settling it* field Conn.. has sent to us from However the writer In America .
tot m* praise a- little moral) a snag, but the taxpayer tea man bond problem appearing favor New York house an charges say they eater to the public taste,\|
let me be when I am weary,just had gone on strike and finally after able the S.fatyltarbor Herald reports pre-paid, eighteen novels And to after all it t* up to us to core .
I little bit more cheery; I tireless work plan Was work much Interest on the part of the library In Uri tame town of rect torn ot our way of careless I
It mi serve little better those ed out which ha enabled the community Investors and hometoekers and the Kldgefleld Conn., tent us another reading. *;,
that I am striving for, I to clear itself of the terifllc general spirit of the citizens ha of their'splendid gift boxes. Sometimes .
been heightened to where they are the librarian of this little ,
burden and I *
start with clean
a I aven't 'ad bite tor a'
Let me be I little braver when slate looking forward to the future With library in Homestead wonder days '
told a tramp to the landlady of the
temptation bid me waver, 1
i how could without
we get along
Under tfw hew adjustment plan "George and Dragon". '
lit strive little harder beaU "D'er think
me I to
Many resident are planning Improvements Rldgtfleld, Conn. They hffte car
the my! ; will I issue $3lf,fcOO" worthof !
could ?
that I should be you spar me one ;"
and every indication ried dark dayi
us over so
refunding bonds These will many .
Let me be a little meeker with the I'Ufor a period of 40 yean The points to an Improvement In the Hope they will not grow discouraged "Certainly not, roared the land. I,
brother that Is weaker; first ten these bonds real estate market as a direct result lady. ,
Let me think more of my year of the bond settlement deal "Thank yerr' said the tramp, and : 1
nelahborl draw 1% interest, the second tenyears The Book of the Month Club's I "' ri
and little lest '
a of slouched off; but a few minutes
Z% Interest, the third ten selection I It "The House In.Purls
.. ..
Selected --- ""' -"--" later he was back'What '
yean 3%, Interest and the fourth by Elizabeth Bowen. There is i \
dyer want ? S
ten years 9% interest Beginning Jingling SawsBy something in this book that will now snsjnped

TO siMPLirr Tin!: LAW the sixth year the city must levya Annie MayheW Fitzpatrick not let you put it down until you Could the landlady.I 'ave few word with,.i' \
Hope for untangling the maze tax: sufficient to raise $8.000 annually _.__m".__..._......,......... have finished the last paragraph :,I George queried the trump. -Ex.
for the payment of bonds. even then' feel the isant
of law b in,fight Quietly for you story
I '
more than ten years; a group ofAserlca'e ; As soon M 13000 is raised the 1 filched a penny from my bank ended, Just begun. In the tint I I ,w I II
most ;distinguished | city must advertise for and purchase Oh wurra chapter two children meet for the "On her eighteenth birthday t':: :: ,
Jurist. have been simmering laws | as many of the bonds a* the My mother said "I'll have to first time, In Paris, A little girl I gave my daughter her first front '" ,

and decisions down to ....Dtlall{1 f 3 000 will deliver spank from England on her way to poor key. ; i,
principle which are being restated Th city budget for 1935 Oh wurra southern Trance and a little boy "That was the proper modern i r
In simple terms for the mounted to $3.900 with a mlllage My mother say it'* not genteel from the Italian coast Henrietta spirit, old man'j)
benefit of lawyer and layman of 11 mills. To meet the requirements I For folks to lie and cheat and steal tense there U torn mystery "Not'ItCISII8r1Iy1 just got tired ,; J;
alike The story of this effort I* under the new arrange And mother' spankings are quite about Leopold ails I* cautioned having her knock off the millc :' i
told In the current Rotarian Magazine ments the city will be required to realOh not to question the boy It' is a : bottle crawling through the pantry "
in what Is probably the last raise some WW per year for the wurra. good book wen worth the read- window"-Ex. t

magazine article written by the
fate George W. Wickersham, attorney the gong. beeaui;"IIln.re camou-
general! in the Taft adminiJstratlon. I flare, arranged beforehand As MAIM 41 v SHARI

[I matter of fact sympathy, if any,'

Colonist settling In New bland ,. I should go to those amateur who .t.ts
brought to this country English make the grade They only receive -' - -.
law, which has been added IS for their participation In ,
to by enactment of congress, 48 this vast advertising scheme while
late legislature, and countless I the "flops" are appeased with $10
court decisions / and sent on their wsy,-Key West
'Cititen. '<1 '
"It has been said with some; ,: ,j : : ? .t"

truth," to quote Mr. Wlckertham, THE" -- '-, -" ', 6 w=
that It all the law book printedin I TEX MARK or'AH .' "t' ,
English were laid end to end, EDUCATED MAN

they would reach the moon or H* keep hit mind tar
open on
'I .
ev tome remote planet. Be that
I question until the evidence i* all Ncisfitr_
M It may, the trial of many modern IA.r .

law suits resolve Itself Into r He always listen to the man .
a battle of book Each side must who know .
present its proposition of law bolstered I He (
never laugh at new Idea
with citations or references
I He cross-examine hi" day
to eases previously decided, some dreams
of which are at variance or con-1 1 He
know hit
strong point and
fusing, or are actually bad laW." play It. of 404t

To simplify law, and to reduce He know the value of good a,
its guess work the legal profession habits and how to form them. ones L Q4 I aO
baa art up the American Law j He knows when to think and
Institute of which Mr Wicker- when to call the expert to think ,
char was president until his for him. t,
?. ...-esalt
death. It has the stupendous task I i| You can't sell him magic. 1
of sifting laws and decisions down i I He live the forward-looking.
to fundamental. These are being outward-looking life

published In book available to H* cultivate I /love of the beautiful ,, .,
all The entire project Is financedby I y.

the Carnegie Corporation, *
foundation established through TIME HAS ANTfLHASA
ceneroslty of the late th'l

Carnegie Th time. pf day, t 1 \ tell

Nine volumee have been Ub-1 I A* some dot by the cock, ,
lished to far. Their success Or by some.distant chiming bU
eventually be tested by the extent Set on the ,stoepl top; I 'v" -'"
to which the court will refer" to But by the progress that t see
the restttement In their decision In what I have to do.
and the use which the lawyer It's either done .',Jodl to me
will make of them In their brief Or only half past through.John .
and arguments. Some tribunal Kendrick Bangs.
trendy have gone so far si to
provide by rule that where a restatement I In the course of I lecture held

ha dealt with the par*: I! in a police school, an elderly man
tlcubir subject under consideration came Into the room, said a few
counsel must refer la their i word to the lecturer and then
brief to the position taken by the'I i left. The lecturer burned to *
i restatement" pupus--husky policemen UI\ OiaAlrtoft
LC Z4t 5C, Kra
The general work of the Institute I ened by frequent encounters with 1 two ./
i* directed by William DraperLewi gunmen-Hind commanded "Tak
*, for several years dean of your notebook and write me a,
the law school of the University I lightning description of that man.
pf Pennsylvania. Lawyers, Judge, Special mark will M given for! CASTING NAP, prepared by Albert CUM torUml Students a* tie hat nap ef Florida. "
and law professor from all over 1 I correct account of which hand he} for the Dk *f fairer, was delivered to the U all the CIGARS prediiMd in Tampa alas
held his I 1 latter ttt Italy. .ecempanled by note dated 0\t
the United State are members stick In, a November 1900 and through November' 1935 laid end
Thirty-three members of special Of the 42 pupils. 17 gave the) 1., 1501 which fortunately dies. very to end they would hat M length l 'j/'
aggregate *
eminence In the profession compos ten hand and 21 the right\ : Three nearly Its period *f eoastroctioa. Undoubtedly It 'ItS.tel trul s-nearly M time the Circumference "''ti'
the Institute's council, and declared their Inability to turn b the work: *f a man who had either bees to the of the earth at the
it i* noteworthy that sine its incorporation the hand New World w bad talked to unknown navigator, form three ribbons equator End to end they would 1 /
four member of the ; The nan carried no itlckt-Ex. probably Spanish, who had been ther, It wsipreserved between this planet and tU r i '
moon, with
enough left to '
rr the earth
council have been appointed to la MM
family archives until
U9Z whop 4 time. At "
the United States Supreme Court, "Daddy, b it that present tin there are 111 cigar
{ why a nautical the reigning dak* retired to Modern, to rhkl facterie (rn
namely? Justices Stoat, Hugh mile to Tampa, employing 1,309 mrier, with
nearly a seventh long plan his library was ran***.. to IKS. tile ducal I. annual
Retorts and Ctrdosa. ; er than a lilt. on land?" payroll ef approximately 11,000,000.00,
Including the'preelooa Ctfn
.. Mat, was The total production for the Oral 11 tnratht ef
Hm---er--eiwtnat's simple ,treiHfemd I* the BigUetlMw Zsteaes..
Ontf steed Aot Iytnpathttewith enough. You know thing swell It it sow 1131 MMmatedto, ,"....O.OU Cigars
Major Sow**' amnUun Who get j in water."-Ex KeneraAr accepted by .loading ststunaiw and .. i ........


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Friday, April 3.1888... --

,f;. TREAD\ AY GETS Hard Carbon Formed Fashion Show, Talk and Election BIRD FILES AS A

By Impure Motor Oil I
Feature Homestead P.-LA. Meeting
VOTE OF THANKS( Revealing Lima ar ct that tn IK. I

old days the formation of a small "(Continued From Page Three' I!discipline In the sense. of willpower -

FOR 4-A PATROL amount of hard carbon was beneficial "Sometimes older people the exertion of an unnatural I I
t t tor old time motors, but that
., this objection to organized force but thai Inbred trait
in today's high compression mo 'We I which has become part of him (Continued-;romPaP One)
supervised puny: never
ton less than an mines sportsmanship"
Lions' Resolution Cites carbon is Ilk adding an extra ed anyone to teach us to -good rls Motor Co. He established the

Absence of Serious ton's drag, H. J Lynch, the Sun when we were children. I Mrs. E.: J. Dyal, president the Bird Chevrolet Co., and later the
s.. Accidents Oil Company's district: manager, Just naturally know how to P.-T. A.. assured Mr. Dieter at the Preston B. Bird Motor Co., whichhe
I said recently In an interesting discussion It Isnt a question of 'close of his talk that the association still heads. Mr. and Mrs. Bird
---- on this subject lit a down the children to play; It Is a ql stood ready to help In anyway have a 12-year-old son, Preston,
\ A vole of thanks for the road town meeting, tion of teaching them the r It could with the pool repair Jr.Elected
pktrol on the HomesteadNlamll way to play both from the program whenever it should be mayor of Homestead hi
l highway wit addressed to Chair "When your engine begins w point of the rules of th* game announced.The 1(34 for a period of two years, Mr.
logs man
knock power, require from the important Bird characterized his administration
mart C. S trwdway of the state gear-shirting, overheat and generally more fashion show, the first given -
said "don'tbe point of good Sportsmanship. at night meeting of the local by vigorous leadership In
toad department la a resolution cause trouble, be ,
pervised a affairs
community His plallbrll1M
Uk most motorists and Maim r.s association, proved to be one of
adopted bhit Lions Club of the nose and *". It the office he now seeks appears
until the high point of interest of the
the car or gasoline
fcedUnd District Tuesday nl ht stills respect ft>r law and ." elsewhere in this issue.
the motor oil of all gull P.-T. A. year and was later

lit the resolution pointed out that "Dirty, or impure motor oils," ity."You praised In a radio address. Each .!
I during the period of nearly thirty I he continued "are likely to form have all heard it said girl modeled the garments she
.. 6ay during which Inspectors K:. amazingly large amounts of ban life is a game, It Is certainly 110'I, had made since school began in !i
W. Parks and Toby Bait have patrolled carbon and when hard carbon that the spirit In which one September The senior high c i
the road there have been collects on the pistons, Valves er | life's problems has much to school girls displayed tailored : 1

t no serious accidents, whereat ter- spark plugs, it Is perfectly obvloui with one's .ucce. toy suits, coats, school dresses, afternoon F
1 f' ious accident' had been a weekly that this deposit is not only clogging do UM mean merely '\ dresses, evening dresses and !
occurrence before; that more than the motor but actually lnt gain, because more and more sport clothes, and the junior high I E I
: BOO can and trucks have been ferlng with its operation. uncertainty of riches ill girls, aprons, slips, titght gowns, i
topped for defective llghU; that 'Many motorists are Lever; people'to look to the clntl pajamas; and bathrobes. iI
truck hive been lowed down to hard of those qualities which I
i aware of the fact that car This department Is under the
I ft speed of 45 miles bout and them better liked by their
per bon u forming in their mown Until direction of Mrs Gladys Webb.
dangerous parking on the bight men and more at peace I
It is too law to do anything Miss Bonnie Belle Myers played
Way without lights hat been slimS .. themselves. Law furnish .
t except pay some garage a big bin the accompaniment for .the fashIon -
of the rule of life, but the
S r inated. we know, there Is no other meth- parade, rod little Frances Rut-
est force for the attainment
\l The resolution also extended: od of removing bard carbon once life land Served as page.
satisfactory must come General
i a yoU.of Confidence to the two (t has formed. within--from the development Mrs Ben Archer, program ,
inspectors, who with Mr. Tread- 'Even a slight, practically unnoticed + self-discipline This' Is the i chairman, announced the pro
( way were designated to receive 'ping In the nNrtorV-ntf of the right kind of training I JI'IIm.lumbers.. Public Utilities
Copies of the resolution. W. L a full sized knock, Vou tinderastand childhood. Self-discipline The high school attendance
yuk In the road but just to faint 'ping1 limp .
f pioneer patrol
f one to get along better with prize went to' Mr*. C A. field's
;1 movement, announced that both be the fore-runner of hard carbon, friends, neighbors! and room and the elementary school Uotnestesd none J9J-M
Mr. Parks and Mr. Baal would be knocking, lost powec and a lot of In every walk/ of life. It Is prize, 'to Mrs. t. a Wynn's; room.
j.l' guests of. the club next Tuesday other troubles. ..4
night,; However, hard Carboit can "
J avoided by the carets a
$ Ninety-six persons: were pres entirely ,
{ tnt!.t the meeting this week, selection of a pure motor oil suet 4
which wad a ladles' night !:aria ss !Sunoco.! Made: by the Mercury

JL Middleton, a member of the Process, Sunoco is wholly distilled
,I JI Wlamr Lions CM who had Metfaceting and to.40 pure- that 4- will not

with the :Redland District form hard carbon ever, after 0SSS
1< Clubtfor U consecutive meeting thousands o{ miles. So when rout
, It to ftlafcrlip It noowday Miami motor -begin to knock and lose
power, as I said it Isn't fair to
't meeting he had to mils, presented
) the Redland Lions with a ,_ut4fullar..waU blame the car or gadbllne until
i -clock et hi' token cl you'vt thoroughly Investigated UM q
friendship. He announced that purity of the motor oil you'N
lie"Wu rob bJ1 tOfthding IIi trial wring

tonsecutlve meeting in Redland. titolt1 4d1 witba'ot ,
!tg lathe a'nee4' Alex Baker, too fort.sntll ,

y Miami tttorney whfl W6410 hast the d 6 S rl 40e 44Tagrr /o sa0 *biU stare*ndow i
of .
been.the speaker but was taken Ilp kd Whs
ill John W. H\Il1)f Santa Fe. Hew zest tots RtonQjA otselt ant th f'estwith'sever h
'F of the va
y us te''
', Mexico, gave I talk 94, Co-opera seat d see tot 'f Sts
Y Lion, Sags 3. David U program pgtet. Pei 6011 O mb 1b aedoot tealIts'amPlituits ;
Chairman for April tea ''hat QhettrnreaaL its t
WW a ith all nick gnslity rWarce I evetDo

PHYSICAL CULTURE HOTEL icey tO ? f 4 1,10t, a' al ttobtee; tlo e otleOst VT ieiod let
The more H..llk TnUu. V*. & tespntse room,Vs at teed ""
IDEAL et. c-
wlteM :. ft..r..U... AMMMMl & one s 0640P ;
unfavorablethe : w for 300. tit Aefiti eubersnt u u bo SCAS
1 weatherthe NO Mg DICINES, RUGS ORI Tress of .lunll of show
more ad .11- -.-. POW dct teaci0 tiRhutees. tf W ffff ]

\ .1': you need r..ed T..i.r..a r16rate_ :' .I Wtar.e H.dtk the r'bewlth &.f, leisS'Fr lljojog

I Newts we RAT 1IC1IIOo.-. a...... tr.it idles OtOa +''' .
SULPOCIDE tie ....., .... __ .u .-.... ( eel a ;
TkU to .M '_. d'" 6 11 P as t
ead the" OWN"in. "- 'Clltff o rt
for quality ..",aa1.-., ,mar sl, euksr.aty tr.ee.t.l
Literature awrdsre tn*..t ass.pwd. btluel 'red lows k"otsicl ji I fpA i t1nFSf Poritrsvejm

Beans: Tomatoes"What Ho OWgfOo bbd

IItha' magic stuff my W..v mUurthc HMlIk Trafa dove : '
tat MkMi ..4 u wile a--t-rtk amend on
hel.hborl1Ie..? He picks rrkribu =t.s .. 6
HEALTH .... l.r l.-l.Ut. to.lom.llni.
t speckled beans, ship them :;; It aur be W. tonlafAUtW
and gets returns," askedgrower a I r- WOo
r of his dealer. The 5:b-e I..titatM..1.1 tra e sail'M -kiaSto > r i 'tirV

answer "Sulphoclde". Its at ..rw. -".." t..tt.
=:, :.tr..F
the ""TWO" r..ults Ms.ak.d.
value has been by **
\. proven .. X?"<
20 years continuous Use by

f Florida, vegetable ..rowers.DIP' ........ ..-
all bean In Sulfoclde. ,.,.... ..k.I. .
.. arras a r
Better still spray with Sul 515.1. 1ealsL
foclde and you will hv IM :. ,1

speckled beans. m; ::!

Your Experiment Station reports .arul

that dipping tomatoes .far -
when picked. In SuUoclde .u. I
reduced rots to I mihlmitm.Spraf ._ 11..1.11.
Tomatoes, Bears TODAY
Strawberries, ate. before i MOW"tM>kl M this ItfiCulnre vo1W& .
picking1. After picking, wash fIqWa = loo.bMWrtll R
or dip in Sulfoektak The I *.MOT 8EW--5
cost is Insignificant lea 1 ,
than the cart of labor Thereturns ifr
are many hundred- [

4r The bent dealers tn Ftorkla "'
having MONKEY

t'w; "suirociDC IN JUNGLE TW U.S.Hainlia h PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.

The Bean Spray" Drive wed Phone 18, Homentrad.lFlorida

B. (G. PRATT COMPANY of ADMISSION Naraoja Road Itt I ..

+ M cBimcn BT. Ills YORKatwanr m .


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Six THE LEADER ENTERPRISE . Friday, April 3, 1936. .
__ _

mmUUlII l mmlmmnmnnnn
I .. 'FOREST SER,VICERecreation : On Roads Cuts Expense :

20 Years Ago Taltahassee;:Apr; ::-a'- Ctnt rlo '

line marking of hardsurfaced state

highway, started by the road department j
EIlillIIIfIIffl!!I! hillflQBIIIIIIIIIIUffN' I I i I In 1934,' has been! the ,

TW IMtmlHi HMM am tmkmaa ..w : means of preventing hundreds of .
.... Sin af MM MMMMw < accidents and at the same time has
5.se -.... I* Hit. been extremely: beneficial to the
r w logo /rids s.-w.
I B.adway'
I ,
Mar 11.1916 port

-ThoM who avenged 90 or I Since the work began" b* ?
morn m all studies and depoivmeni I 1. ,i stated "2,318 miles of road have
and were perfect In attendance I been marked with a continuous
and punctuality for the sixth I I center line painted for a distanceof
month of school are: tint grade I.048 mile and the dot and
Violet Umphrey; second erode dash line applied to 1,272 milex."The .
Rose Tower Raleigh Potey I' road department ha saved
Claude Campbell; third grade 60 per cent in the cost of doing

Arietta McCullough, Rita Fitch, M t. r this work since last year when t ,
lufla Martin Helen Brooker; the dot and dash system upplojitp
fourth -- ed the continuous line
grade, Bessie McCoUough ,. system.
Benin Stelnmlller Luther sod Hall at Vocational The new plan meet every requirement
Strickland, WUlard Hotack; fifth Dining forestry I and ia a* effective.

grade Mary Tower, Loretta Training Camp on Santa ft River Near Higtepringt'On
Home, lisle MltcheU;sixth grade The Keeeter
loll Moeer; seventh grade Mary ef *tmip of tweaty-fiv buildings which will be conttracttj .* e fa-acre tract ewnij bf"tn* A small boy visiting In the country -

Calkin, Balm Morgan; high Florida Forest Service to provide camping facilities for winners of vocational agricultural'u4 Boy Scout was asked to keep .the fowl
school, Ethel Penntngton Rathertn forestry protects ia the SUM. One hundred boys attended the camp tin aummtr. .e .j out of the vegetable garden
Cwtnc.- Ben FltlDttrick "Did any of the fowl get In.
-"1. H. Hill of Silver Palm an dear?" ho WM asked "
old railroad supervisor and having Top Prices DependOn Jamison point out j[; tt I II luck, Dr Jamison says, "Ye, auntie," h. replied "tha
had extended experiences with Proper Package A grower should know the type to try to grade a good pack from one with the meat on Its head."-
the handling of men In road operations of product the particular market a poor crop. t*.
li thought by his friend Grade and Quality to which he i* snipping prefer and

to be an acceptable. candidate for should grade his product accordingly -
;county commissioner la the fifth Gainesville Apr. 1 "Top To show this point, Dr.
price for vegetable are dependent Jamison says that Southern market
district on proper package. high quality like cabbage with plenty of Sears
of the
The member Baptist
Church and standard grading, says loose have around the head, .,
of were greatly -
Dr F S. Jamison, truck horticulturist while the Northern market prefer
surprised pastor
with the state experiment only few leave
a very wrapper
Dr Milton M. Bale, handed In hIs
station. about the head.LEGAL.
resignation Tuesday evening at
the close of the services the resignation New York style lettuce shouldbe DOLLAR
to take effect the last Sunday packed In the western type; NOTICES DAYSt
In June" crate and not in the same type; of
crate that I* used Ticking'the .. e,. an.tt c-t r 1Io 6 111101 ....d
-.W. H. Hogard left this week n-JI w ...de u. a. Peeve,
Big Boston variety, Dr. Jamlaon .....
lor hit Kansas home I. Chem"" II. '
explain to Illustrate what i* IIAuru" naAnUOI DINTa1CT a
->Mn. Ewing gave a missionary desse .. tilt Sao., wed
meant by"proper" package.Some =( :1" :
talk ia the M.1* Church last Sunday cabbage growers'ttrtttttnarto pack vorporaiadw.rP.ddr-mr. _'sTAt"TS Or. and
morning bated on the Ute and their round-headed cabbage in N.tiwt.e pww..4 v.a.tl..s pasee Saturday
experience Livingston .... ..
i hamper and they do not get a* mammas 11I r..N Deis.

*".. MS16 1 good price a* ,are paid for th* tO TK TAXrAYFIl MrfrM Aim CITIUN this '
same product packed In tee,Twcaa. OI THIS MABANJA PaAINAG PI*. :i '"'. week
The. Beaver home near.'Ct 8.i In crate.' TMCT 1C6.rM0 I .... trim 'ifcU .pr4M

Colby: was burned do Monday High quality maybe maintained: ..<IooI 44 seems .4 the Mn4 HMonkl kt W Wartkc >ktakr .
M a ,.wt"of a destructive forest only by careful election of va-' Train-alt. CYon'Cam"
titre. r me ."Mw..c, Ml the
riety. Judicious UM of teri1Uan.1 auto ft.norhte. .. .... t.r tW onset Hundreds of specially purchased
"Krnet X. Bailey of Dayton control of Inaedaharvwtlnlat r Dtt. M UM S* Texaa, hu moved from hie old right eta A of IM. M>IM Ik- SUM,W rurite, m. .
,11I1-1 'Iriwkx tkro rt go *Ut. AltoTMy items' to be sold at
home In the Lone Star Mate toHomestead ity, and shipping at cimct W mli Clrratt, to show oast M tb* eras

where he arrived on perature To malntal high quality lit dv**r.A'eMck rU. A A.. D M: SOW tt MM M tk fcr* how tk.W $1.00-items for which
Tueaday Mr. Bailey wife and la such product a* green'corn. CirraH Came Bam te Ik* CMrt MoC ,you ;

young child came with him and all English pea, green Urns bean*[ Itofe III taw, Cttr* Thlr1s.f.01 MtMl TVMWiiMl hi UM Cimrtr'* Hun14 01a would'
hand enjoyed the trip sects the lettuce and celery, It .la necessaryto ( : .*) (MUr. wwtk i nrf. 4- usually pay more.
tow Wwk .< the Nuul Dra..... IH..
gulf end from lower the temperature of the
Key West IIOI1h.IIr. trial .. k. .d kr tile MM Mn..joo
Bailey own SO acre of the package and to hold It low until DnlMm District U ek._ for VKty.l .
.l.. UNION,114 Fix HodtW (It*.MM)
King tub-division it reaches market. Precoolingof
near Modello nation worth of sown HW ...... kr .
whlc hhe bought about two year package before they am storedIn the amiiilr rtloil riwwM Cor,. .\IOII,
ago and will build some time In refrigerator can U an effective s.td04 Coast nn4..wtlr..J.Ad Agars. .N.N ..M M

the near future At present they method of accomplishing this Dr. If say taxpaprr or IUuo ..afMM
are staying with Mr H..... Draliua Mulct KM .Mrauao Special Certificate A
Balle .
: sister to tome war rid Tkbtr,.TWaa.ao4VFh :
Mrs. J. Simon" H.aml (IMIOt) DaUan j .
Mrs. Jordan
"Mr L. ; cor* af "nfMUIa' koa* af tile H..... I Ian .,
L. Bo* left Homestead responding secretary The club Diarie0 to a. Same Wr SOW ......"I 1
Saturday for; Long Key for a viiit, has had a very successful {rear." Unilax DMrM.... .ta oirkaaM for rt,. ; ,: Offering
Moo T> (
uai C.0..4 tot
to 1.It. I
her mother, Mrs. Skutt""Judge -"S. J Davis of Naranja left Monday DoUan aartk .. ....* saw a A Love and J C. Vann are for Nashville, Tennessee, accompanied KaaiartrMUM riaaaat Corporative. a
running a packing" house to handle by hi* wife who will I GvntnaMat N nliomtW Aancr.aa4 aiaflraiom aauM aat, ko b*b rod M.aoliwl .1 $1.00 certificates will be given with any w
their own crop. a Ww mite boom MM Court
undergo an operation tt one of the
The Woman Club of the Red. hospital there. M WlTNKfia the ..hi Um mr .aa..|_claM, Sad MrlHalaMl 110.00 purchase of regular merchandise,

lend held their annual election of "Mrs. J E. Davis has her mother M HlaaU. hi Da4l Co.Kr. rlorloi,
officers .able (t a., at B.rch, A. B' I'.M. br multiple of $10.00 on Dollar '
Tuesday afternoon, the Mrs. J H. Quill and nephew 4 a, LKATHCRMAM; Ctork af MM Days. y
following were elected: Mrs. Cordon McClelland of Nashville Clew Oman al lIMP Illk JntMal Also
af norMa. ta a4 for special premium offers of certifi
Blakealey, president; Mrs X. A. Ttnn. with her for the winter." JEt. ConU. Darttr&( : ,

Jroacher B, vice-president.; Mr. O"We, are glad to we Mrs. Dan "Pwhbw.r, NAKANJA M.P., aolMMr DSAINACI far cates will be given on.many special items +
Colby Sad
vice-pmident; Mr Roberts and Mrs. A. L. Chandler Dt5TaiCf.wrest .
Wm. Mahon. treasurer; Mr. :Key- out again" Como holt throughout the store.
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u and mature this season' crop of fruit. Redland Brand fertilizers are JMSCATNI BtVD UTH TO UTH STS. MIAMI

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I Eleetrie and Aretyleme Welding ea Cylinder Meek,

Manufacturer Rtdland Brand Fertilizer OUaafer toads, Alunlaun Carting a.d Bei....

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.. "Yf'APi":3: : l'* :;::"" "_" .. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE -..-- Pae .Seven. .

;, of Pollak N. Y., and John W. Passion Week Services bmdo church i4 *arilan4 i Wor

Cadbury of Philadelphia left Monday Announced Pastor after a visit at the horn of by bat Church ot TtlUhatwt.Tb .

In and JtroundHomestead Mr and Mr L. ronjth. Passion Week-services wigs .an revival win begin o*
Sunday: Apr. 11, whoa the pet
Mr. and Mrs. Bird of illuminated eroa feature will beheld
tor will preach on "Who Can B*
Miami at the home of at S 0'dm.k each evening of "
are guests Saved? On Monday Apr 13, the
next week at the HomMta4
? air*. J. K. Scott. pastor will preach on "b Ood'i
Methodist Church tile
Arm Shortened to Saved
pastor, the Rev A. A. Keeetline
Harold CMnoU and his mother 'I'M sermon Tuesday evening
hY A three-hour service far meditation -
moved Wednesday from Homestead and prayer will be held will be preached by the pastor of

r. and Mr*. W. Thayer left Mr. and Mr J. L. Head of MI- i to the Herbert Hunter cot from 12, noon, UU 3 p. m. on Good the Temple Baptist Church in Miami
I ami and their tage on Avenue B recently vacated Dr. Kerr Boyce Tupper, famous -
..n j Bedland horn Wednesday children, Jacqueline Friday, Apr. 19.Jenu .
by Mr and Mr Lawrence mlniiiter from
In Haver- and North.
horn Richard.
I naming tor their pent Sunday In Triumph" 1* the subject -
IMIL Mass, to spend a few weekaIfcrfow here with Mr*. Headi brother-in- Walkup and daughter. for Sunday momma, "Vle- Dr. Tupper wa pallor In J>hIia.
going *. Hampton Beach law and sister, Mr. and Mr. R. tortes of the Crou", Sunday evenIng driphla 17 year and in Denver
|for the summer months. E. Andenon. Mr*. M Moo who hat been a : "Jesus in Worship* Monday ten yean.Baptist.

,., guest of her ton and daughter evening, "Jeau in Service," Tuesday -

Kit. Sidney Fletcher end Mb l C C. Marsh In a Miami hospital to-Uw, Mr. .and Mr*. Duke, at evening.; "Jeeu In Retirement Men to Organize "
the home ot Mr ,. B. H. Edward "
I Dorothy Phillip of Toronto *is- recovering from pneumonia Wednesday evening; "Jeu *- Brotherhood Club Apr 6
left to visit relative in
J in Communion, Thursday
ton of Mn. H. W Johnston and I
|hfi* Julia Pott, left for their MM j. O McSweeney of MI- Miami evening, "Je_ in Agony," Friday A Baptist Men' Brotherhood
Ikon*.Monday morning after .1 I ami spent last week with her ton- evening; "JalUa to Two World, Club was started Sunday evening
I stay of several week tars and at' In-law and daughter, Mr. and Mr. Mr. and Mr*. Horace Fierce and Saturday evening and "Jem InLife" In the Tint Baptist Church ot
|fiaml Beach. I:. J. DyaL daughter left Saturday to main on Carter Sunday morning Homestead by the Rev' Hugh F.Latlmer ,
their home hi Orlando.Mr. A cordial Invitation 1* extendedto
of Jacksonville, brother-
Jtt and Mr*. Frank Bernecker Mr*. Seymour !)aile'* two liter all to attend the** aervice hood secretary for the stet cfFlorida.
gtaitounc* the birth of an eightE *, Mn C. A. Howell of Bran- and Mr. Stuart Shield of .
E pound daughter Tuesday at the .ford. FLa., and Mr*. B. O. McDonald Miami motored down Sunday to Renowned PreachersTo Nine men were present for the
ntm* of Mr* Bernecker mother, of FoOuton Cl. plan to get their daughter, Martha Mae Conduct Revival original meeting. S. U West wa*
I Mn. C N. Henderson. The baby return 'to their home the Jut of and Gloria Rue, who have been made temporary chairman, and

I was born hi the urn house, the the week. Mr*. Howell ha ipent visiting their grandparents Dr. fir. 3 Dean.Adoochv preaideat Alvin Campbell temporary, ate-
{tame room and the ama bed the season h.* and Mr*. McDonald and Mrs. 8. S. Shield, for the of the florid Baptist Convention rctirr '
--rs |that her mother wt born In. baa been her a week. past alx week and patter of the First Baptist organttatlon meeting will

Mia Mr. and Mr*. V. 0. Rohrer of Church of Orlando, who will con ,be held at 7 o'clock Monday evt-
Dorothy Wideait of Miami
Mr and Mr John P Neafsey duct revival services in the rim
In the
ring Sunday school building -
Miami visited relative and
Jar* announcing .th*, birth ot anti spent' the week-end with Miss. friend ben Sunday. Baptist Church of Homeitead when a dinner will be served
( Patrick nex Branch. from Wednesday, Apr 1J, to -
eight-pound Mil, Joseph, Friday by the 'women of the missionary
ee Mar.t0.Vesson Apr St, to apeaker andsinger
Mia Lot 'Walker who ha The Ladle Aid of the Community oclcty.
recovered of renown laid the Rev. C
The men of the church tll-
Church, met Wednesday are
Turner who it fresh- from the mump, has N. Walker, pastor of the church. for
a been 111 with afternoon In the church. Bible membenhlp the th band
this week.
Because he wanted
!use at Washington and Lee Unlgvtrslty preach are Invited attend the din
at Lexington Va. Is gofpcU be turned down an offer '
1 Harold Gregory left Sunday for ner.
i spending the spring holiday with FLORIDA CITY Pahokee. from the operatic stage which .
I his parent.'Mrs and Mr*.. Geo. W. w. W. Bcrrry, C.rresposdeet would have brought him a million CHURCH HOURS CHANGE:

[Turner, Jr. .,. .. Mr. and Mr*. Will Rhode left dollar, laid Mr. Walker Dr. Beginning Sunday the evening
I Adcock has been pastor of the Or*
Monday for their new home In services at the Homestead Mttho-
a Ww Hughes and Dr. Cornell- Ernest ). Coe to expected to beth Dover, DeL ,}. ,. j ,,' dolt Church and the First Baptist >
lion, both of Louisville, Ky. are speaker at the meeting of the ployed at the XXxeiP .Mftrdinghotue Church will begin at eight!
j spading the week with Mr. South Dade Garden Club In the M.... Will. Brooks Sa now emII <'-,;,>c I o'clock Instead of even-thtrty.

[Hughe1 brothr-ln-lw and sister. Community Church at 3 o'clock I I __ -
[Mr. and Mr*. H.,IJrf chaJrj Monday afternoon. Mr. Co* who -"'- .
.....,...... cMJrman'of the executive r,;: 'r '

'ti. Mn. Gedt W. Turner, Jr.. wor- council of the Everglade National I'I'II
Jiy matron of Ad Aetna ChapMilter .. Park. Association will give In-
of the O E. S. ot Homestead, ttomnti.h"'about,the-park which Pre-Easter Services.

. and Mr*. V. H. Fennel worthy will be of Interact to the public ,, .. .
mstron of Name -
Chapter, will
love Monday for Tamp' where The Florida City P.-T. A. win h, w I- o nnl ee e ...igf1" .

they will attend. ihomeettng'of thetread' bold a hUng at.tJIt: town . .." Met to eau. .
: ..
hall on .
lode of the state: Mn April T it p. IIThe 'II
C 1C. Henderson, past matron of newly ,elected officer win have HOMESTEADt n"r I t-' '.
'Mtranja Chapter, will leave forth charge of the meeting, and ant|I BEGINNING .
grand lodge. meeting on Tue- interesting; program will be pre- ..1 tern' ,
anted by the school children. METHODIST ;' APRIL 5TII ,
KftMr Parent are urged to be prevent 1' ,:
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*. T.. Llndsey 1 VUlttag -
tar parent in St Petersburg. Mr*. Wm. McCullough of Red- CHURCH 8 Pe M. DAILY .
and and bet son, Billy John, are
;' Mr. and liar,. A. R. Cave, Mn visiting Mr*. McC1rL llough's parents N '
tea H. Lehman and the Rev. Wra. Mr. and Mrs. John Rohrer. -

C. Taylor, pastor of the Episcopal '
Church, art planning to attend Mr and Mrs. Ralph Deimond WELCOME WELCOME '
tb* diocesan convention of Epla- left Monday.. for Orlando to visit ,

topal churches In Florida It StPetenburg relatives before going to their ,
home In Ointonville for the
from Apr. SI to Apr. um-

23. mer., V l C T ,0 .R Y
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L B. Sommen made business William Bodenateln of Wood-
trip, to Camp Cloudmont pear haven, N. Y., Jack Frandemont

Mfentone; Ala, this week. I i

Mn J. R Brook I Is expected to NEWT G. BALL Special PASSION WEEK E''

Jt return Sunday from a three-week C
stay In New York City. Xotory Psenorte illuminated Cross Services
muxOJD A"V' Good Friday

J:. a Washington, D. REb lairs: : Each Night

C, I Sa visiting his niece, Mrs. I M M. &IOM .... I I Service I
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Pare EJIrM THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, April 3,1936.(

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I Social Events in South DadeCHARLES 1"I

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The CalendarApr. .

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I S. meeting In L
Of Interest to toe.l people Wit late Mr. and Mrt John H1U who 0. O. r. halL miscellaneous shower for
the marrlsg Sunday of Charles Present betides tM honor guess
; formerly lived to Silver Paint
Apr. I-W odInfta'. Circle benefit Mr*. George W. Lortmt the former : and Mr.
T. ruche, Jr.# of Miami and Mr and she has spent most Of her life Campbell and the hoi
OnM Cauley of Coral: Gables, both In the Bedlaad District. She Is card and bunco party In the Mia Ruth Dodaon, was given I test were: Mn. J. H Dodson, Mn
former residents of the Redland I a member of the Woman's Club flowers building at I p. m. Tuesday afternoon by Mist Jewell M. A. Mowry, Miss NeUa Saute
District of Coral Gables, the Coral Gable Apr. -R dUnd P.-T. A. Fath- Campbell at the home of her panents Mla Leona Little, Miss PriiCllU
The ceremony yeas performedon 81.1'and Professional Worn en' night program Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Camp- Tread, Mint Kaicl Sullivan, Kit-
the && Iroquois In the Clyde .,,'* Club and the Coral CablM Apr. Covered dish luncheon bell.The Orpha Lee Sowell. Mist Nina
Mallory docks at > o'clock Sun Garden Club. of Woman's Club of Homesteadand house was decorated with Pearl Bush Mist rem Robertson,
day morning the Rev Everett pink and red roses and the bask Mist Katherine Orfancde
by When Mr. and Mn Fucht return Garden Club in Florida City i Miss
& Smith, pastof of the First Saturday from a Caribbean Community Church. et In which the gift were presented Myrtice Counce, Min Effle Booth;
Christian Church of irulte was decorated In pink and Mina Ayleen Marrow, Mb
Miami In they will reside in Coral Apr. Meeting[ of Junior Edn?\
the presence of relatives .and Gables WoMn1 Club of Homestead green.double Young, Mill Rachael Dodsoni Idle
friends. The nuptial music, "O Present at the wedding and at 81Fm.Apr. contest was won by Nellie Mae Martin Mitt Moo
Promise MI1.0... You Truly"nd the wedding breakfast>> which.. bias Mary Moon and a donkey and Mint Connor.
the bridal chorus tram "Lo served on the liner were: Mr. Homestead P."T. A. executive contest, by Mitt Iva Conner. Spin Those sending gifts were Mn
hengrin," WM played by the ship's and Mrs. Fred J. Fucha, Mr. and comnUttel meeting at 10 the bottle, also was played. Geo. F. Lorton, Miss Louise Pro
orchestra MrIL Trod :R.AA. 1111'_ aftd u.... L m. Pink Jello and whipped cream ntngton and Miss Evelyn: Thomas.
The bride won a whit sharkskin Eugene'"Chtven:' Mf.: and Mrs.: Apr. 7-Ftorida City P.*T. A. were served with pink-Iced cake. .
suit and a corsage of; gar T. J. ,.tlle. Mr. and Mn. L. L. meeting In town" hall at I p. m.
denlM and lilies of the valley. Chandler,-Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tor- Apr 8-Meeting Of PnibyteriA MRS. LEHMAN fcE-ELECTED: Gordon L. Walter, Mr and Mn
Mr. Fuchs eldest son of Out. bert. Mr, and Mn. L. Earl Curry Women' Auxiliary* at D. P. AUXILIARY PRESIDENT' H. P. McDaniel, Mrs.. It. E. SehafT
T. Fuch of Homestead is presto I Mr< and Mn. Fred Grlhhsm Cat Blab home In South AUaptttah. )Ira! Lee H. Lenmaft was reelected -I Mn. A. B. Ames, Mrs Payne lac
dent of the Fuchs Baking Company and Mrs Robert It Montgomery, Apr Redland Ladies' Aid president of the Episcopal: Mr. Qsastey.PRESBYTERIAN.
whose! plant until Septemberof Mr. and Mn. Fred Winer, Mt and meeting/ In church. Woman' Auxiliary at a meeting
|B34 WM located Homestead.He Mrs W T. Cox Mr. and Mrs J. Apr, -Meeting Of Royal Poln- 11th.. Church Wednesday; after :
It a member of the Homestead W. Durden, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. clant Grove at bom of Mit Fred noon. Other Officers reelectedwere INSTALLS NEW AUXILIARY
Rotary Club and of the local pest Riley, Mr- and Mn. I. P Cash, Rhodes. : Mr. & H. Hlnef; vie**' Woman's OFFICERSThe :
Auxiliary of th
of the Apr. 10-Areme Club meetingat
American Legion and WMformerly Mr. and Mrs Plato CoX Mrs.
president Mrt. H. I
a p m, in I. O. O. r, balL ; Cook treas' Homestead Presbyterian Church
president of the Redland Isabella Foster Mrs Birdie
Rohr- Uteri! Mrt. Frank Hautman unit
19 Buiines new officers at a cuidli
District Apr meeting of
Chamber of
Commerceand ar. Miss Pauline Hill Jane FUcht
ed thank
offering custodian Mn.
; lighting service held at the
a member of the city council Charles T. FUcbt, Richard W. Homestead BP.W.C. In Future Miner, Christian social llel'lletMQ'Itarr. of Mn. ,H. S. Wolfe home
Fuchs, Dr. J. A. Former clubhouse at J p. m. on Mar 26
Smith J. W Goff
and Mrs. H. E. Schaff This
: the
Mrs. Fucht It a daughter of the and Blanton Moore. Apr. II-Redland Ladief Aid was last meeting of th
Easter egg hunt for school Chil supply,, secretary) Mrt, i. E.i church year.
dren. Gauzen WM elected secretary.Present i The new officers Mel Mn. It. Y
I VARIED PROGRAM IS GIVEN AT SOCIAL Apr It-Redland Ladles Aid were: Mrs. Edw. Soiling, Burr, president; Mrs B. X. OstUn
MEETING OF REDLANDS CLUB I Easter upper in Woman' Club Mrs. Ceo. N. WakefWd. Mrs W. vice-president U... J. M. Hoi
WOMAN'S of the Redlands building at I p. J. Clark, Mrs Cook, Mn. Gatun forty seCretary-tnaiiurer: : *nMrt <

rortyfiv wen present at the Mn. Reed gave( a musical reading m. I Mn. Rehatt and Mn. Leh D. P. Blake, historian
monthly social meeting of the and MlIAwla Brandenburgsang. Apr It-Woman's Club of man.ML The outgoing officers live n
weftan'n Club M the RedtundsIn Homestead installation' of .officer' outlin of the work accomplished
the Clubhouse Friday night Stealing* werlfven! by at 2:30 p. b. AND MRS. WARNER HOSTS during the past yean
Mrs.. Cina Stewart Mrs. B. A. Mrs. Reed, Marjorie foals Marl Apr. is-All day meeting 01 AT DINNER PARTY Those present were: Mrs t G
Waldfp,, Mn. Dave Kufeldt and Baahor and Fay CampbelL Helping Hand Club at Frank Semi Mr. and Mr*. Ctrl f. Warner Haggles, Mrs. A. F. Arthur an
Mrl1'Oet1 ,WoTurnetf Irl/l -0 Others present ,:weN 1y..[; and Ocher home. s recently entertained! at dinner at her guest, Mn.;' Tom of Hialeah,
panimInui.d1Alnerlea Mn. H. J. Arthsirohg Mr! and Apr. l6 Mettlhg .f Homestead their home In Porvenir, Mr. and I Mn. Jackson; Mr* 'Harris,'Mr
5J A Was Mrt. Wayne CaltJnt 'Mt slid Mr Home Demonstration Club in Mrs Rosa Beckstrom: and Mr. and : A. D. Fritter, Mn. Joe Hlcksofl
given While Mrs. Geo. E. Reed L. G. Shattuck,"the Rev'iS' n4 Mn. Neva King Cooper school at 10 Mn. Armour Johnson of, Miami, Mn. Paul Beam' M.... J. C. Boweti
Ming "The Star Spangled Ban- J. W-Tbrta, Mr. and MI1!/L. O. a. m. and Mr. and Mn. William Shear Mn. Paul Haley and her mother
ter". E. A. Ennla dressed as Ruggles, Mr. end loin W. D. Ma- Apr. 10-Meeting of Redland man Burkhart of Goulds. Mn. Busha, M.... A. A. Payne
1 Uncle Sam Betty Joy and Carol han Mr. and Mrs. fflbert Reed, Home Demonstration Club In Present also was Mr. Warner's Mn. E. L. Nelson, Mrs. E. IT
tee, Marjorie Fog t.utl. Bash I the Rev. and Mn. M. A. Sopef I RedlimJ church. *tlit: ). mother Mrs Carol C. Warner M Ruehta, Mrs Blake, Mr*, liolfertj
*r and Fay Campbell took part Mr. and Mra. 'Harryt C. Reeled Apr. l--Obmui Club meetingat Jacksonville, who it visiting to Mn QaUifi and Mrt. Burr.
th the pantorittm, and Mlai My g6 I Mr. and Mn. Joseph W. Lowe, Frank Havuunan. horn I, Homestead with her Son and I
tie Kerfoot played the aceomlparl- Mr. and Hn. Earl Schnecken- Atfr. U -. Homestead High daughter-in-law. MR. AND MRS. FRANK SKILL: .
InentMn 1 berger Mrt. Enhis, Mrs.. Mary School junior play. I ENTERTAIN SUPPER CLUB
X IX 2MIn. Geo., Fogle, Mr*. \bend el lion '* Club of the BUCKNER BEASLET IS All metnben cf the Supper Clut
lolo and MarlorW Fogle afl ac- Cha*. Turner, Mr*. A._\v.J.nuarr.1: R* meeting. ..: HOST TO COMU8 CLUB went present at a meeting hat
tordlon solo. Recitation were Mr. r. rieitas manna january Buckner Stealer was boat to the home of Mr. and Mn. Franl
given by Janice, Carol and Betty Mr. KufeWU.: Geo. Reed and LOCAL GROUP ATTENDS members of the Comua Club Skill Wednesday night Mr. ant
Joy Lee. Chas Mahan. ALLAPATTAH MEETING: Thursday night of last week at his Mn. E. H. Hiner won the htgt
f r Five members of the Orange borne on Newton road. Mrs. C. score prizes, and Mn W. K. Walton
SIRS. WALKER TO SPEAK ings half in hour lato can not Blossom Club attended *, bunco J. Parman and W. K. Walton whit and Given Victor won tbf
e AT REDtA JfO F.-T. A. MEETING be teeommiodatsdv -*. ( party and dance given by Alia the high score prizes, and Mrs. tow, score prize
.i.Mra.,!( ?N, Walker member of Those present were: Mr*. F. W. Nittah" Grove, Woodmen' CIrcle, A. A. Payne won the guest prlM. Those present were: Mr. ant:
jfhe Dade County school board StUlmaa, Mn. E, K. Bostrom, Mrt. Friday night In the party were: Present were Dr. and 14...., Mn. J. H. Webster, Mr. and MnT
will be the speaker at the Redland A. E. Barne@ JtntuE. V. Whit Mr. and Mr. Arthur Brady, Mr. frank Hausman, Mr. and M.... J. Faust, Mr. and Mn. Lee H
:P.-T. A. Fathfn' Night program worth Mn. E.7 A. Carter, Mrs and Mn. H. Crosby, Oliver Crosby K H. Hiner, Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. 'Lehman Mr. and Mn. Bev<
'In the Redland school auditorium Chat. Lair. Mn. oeo. Kelly, Mn Mn. Alice Walters, Mrs. Ruth Lehman, Mr. and M.... J. H. Webster Webb, Mr. and Mrs Walton, Mr
Monday, Apr. 6, at 8 o'clock. O. P. Gosnell, Mia Helen Grun- Godwin, Miss Mildred Smith and Mr. and Mrs Walton, Mr. and Mrs. Victor, Mr, and Mni
Wilson. Walsh and George W 111. Mn. 1. D. Wytortg, Mn. Sey- I Mia- -Myrtice(-Counce.. and Mrs. Parman, Mr. and Mn i,Miner and Mn. Elizabeth Fuch
Fletcher, It.. will ting g duet, and moilr Dane Miss Estelto Turner -
Mrs. Clinton Pepper will give a Mill Geo. W. Turner, Jr., Mrs
trading, Witt. Porte, Mn. E. A. Froscher,_
Mn. C. L. Ooley, Mrs H. J. Armstrong
Miss Pansy Norton explained FORCA9 CLASS MEETS
detail of at lawn Improvement AT LAWRENCE CLASS t combine
I contest to member of the Redland The Dorcas Class Of the Be"""' '
list Sunday school met Quality with Economy
dome Demonstration Club at a at the f
4 meeting; held la the Redland Community home of Mrs E. L. Lawrence
Church yesterday after Thursday afternoon Of last week Make Easter happier for yourself; -and
toon and gave an Inspiring talk Mrs A. D. Smith led the devotional loved
your one A little
After the business
bn horn management It addition meeting
she displayed several articles a home made sake and Ice brance of candy, perfume. stationary pr
for home improvement cream were served by the hotew *- even a greeting card is enough. \ ,-'
The club voted to help In some assisted by Mn. Bert Andrews f 'r,.
way certain 4-H girls who an to '
be graduated this spring. Others present 'were: Mrs. )
t Work meeting dates were' set, Charles T. Harper, Mrs W. E. Novelty Candy Packages tOe to $3.50 l' 1
end announcement WM mad that Lewis, .Ira. '1', E Kirby and Mn. ,
members who come to these meet- G. A. WestDR.R.S.AKERS ; ; '
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- Friday, April 3. 19X THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE PAn Nine

CHARLIE MARTI SURPRISED leader. Mn LIMe led the devotional MR. AND MRS. C. A. FIELD

Charlie Martin wa surprised Other present were:'Nrt. Mary: M,. and Mn. Carl A. Field celebrated .-
[ Social Events Sunday evening by a few of hit Petwh, Mr W. D. Cftker Mr*. J the twenty-fourth annlverary -
j friend who cam to help him R. Pope, Mr J R. Dorsey, Mn of their marriage last Friday
celebrate his thlrty-iixth birthday C. 0. Roberteon Mr S. L. West when they entertained at dinner
anniversary and Mrs. Saunders, a visitor. Mr and Mn. A. E. Smith and their
After the gift had been opened nephew of East Douglass, 111..*.,
Mn, A. J. Marter entertained -
OFFICERS and the birthday cake had been and Mr A. M. Forrester of Washington -
: cut, fresh strawberry loa creamand D. CThe
Polk, Mr HoUlater Sage and Mr*.
TO ROYAL POINCIANA GROVE W. C. cake were served by Mr*. ,
Van Marter gave talk and Mr*
tor goes Martin. Leon Northrup led in the devotional Men' League of the Presbyterian -
the The guests Included: Mr. and Church will have a supper -
hot of the Mr
i Royal Polnc1'OV't No. S4T, Mr W. J. Fowler, Mr. and Mn program. this evening at the
wn, KMJ Polk made the closing meeting
gnuPriedl*, w.0W. circle entertained at E. L Knight and son Levi Knight, prayer. home Of Mr. and Mr*. A. r. Ar
ito' )kit meeting five national officer Mian Jewel Carter, John Douthit Those present were: Mr. and thur.
: Mrt. Don Alexander Tell and Kay Walker of Perrlne; Mr. Mr*. Northrup, Mr. and Mn Van
an, Klftj of Omaha, Neb., president of'I and Mr Vie Maloy, Mr. and Mr*. Marter Mn Catherine PIckard,, "
4 Tututberbon the order; Mn. Jeanie Willard of Jessie Greer Mr. and Mr Scottie Mr T. D. Ptehe Mn. Polk MnR. Mr*. Harry Hall. Mr Sage, Mill

e*, Mud Dennison, Tex., vice-president; Smith. Mrs. Pet Morgan, Mn. C. Edwards, Mr S. H. Fitch, Mary Bradley and W. M. Bradley. ,
e Booth Mr Ethel Holiday of Montgom. Eugene!: Draper, Mr*. Della Morgan
aEdn lIlT, Ala., treasurer end Mrs Miss Frances Lott, Joyce and JI
Ml :Rosa Canada of Baltimore and Bobble Morgan, Wanda and Billle
* More I i Mrt. Itasca I,.. Young of Philadelphia Smith and Gen si and Jack ,
director The Homestead I Limper.WIENER. -

' Mrs guardian Mr. Florence Pacftti,

(eftThVml presided. I IMra. ROAST ENJOYED
Talley gave instruction regarding r BT SENIOR B. T. P. '1.
initiation and drill work. Members of the Senior B. Y. P. !Jua"iiil
Mn.,WUlard\ told, e of the progress i U of the First Baptist Church enjoyed u 4
ad Woodmen'i Circle work in i a wiener roast near the
MnSch Florida, pi the district; Convention mouth of the Florida City canal
and of tile regional/ ronventlo ) I, y FD's t Monday night Francis Irwin, '11
me an( Which will begin five-day session Miss Virginia, Hodge and MIlS
on June 1 .t Lake JllanalUa.n Fern Robertson formed the com for ALL AMERICA

N. C., where the national of- mittee on arrangements, and the
:ARTRS /lccrt and 2,000 delegate Ire to 1 I DORA ALEXANDER TALLEY Rev. C. N. Walker wa leader of t
i assemble the expedition.
of the :" 'Mrt. traiard Jpokft Also of the I'i thost :named were: District Man- Those present : MIlS Jan ialiraat

Chutecandl) ,order' home for aged member agcr Myrtle Depew of Fort Pierce; Draper, Mil Iva gal, Miss Bon-

l,]which li located ten miles from Mill Margaret R. McNelll of Bal. nie Groover, Mia Cleo Carter,
e ham her own home and of the hew timore, Miss Hilma Brown of Coconut Miss Marcia Gauzena, Miss' Virginia -I 1 1
tar, 26 building at the borne which to to Grove, Maurice Young of Hodge Miss Allis RtUhJMl
of th. be erected in honor Of the national Philadelphia J. M. Hicks of Bal ** Elizabeth Caplinger, Miss I

president, Mrt; Talie). timore, Oscar Talley of Omaha, Mary Ranwn, the Rev. C. N.
s.Gatlin Mrs. Hallday, national treasurer Albert Depew of Fort Pierce; and Walker Earl Smith, Edwin Lawrence I
reported that 28,332 new the following local memberMn. *-* Duke West, Whitney
r. Hoi 4 member were enrolled In 1835- Bert Branch,' MI'I. Blanche Beam Marvin Pritchard Robert '
. an< 15,439 In the adult group and I Chapman, Mn. OU Bedford, Mr*. I Simmons, Alvah Taylor, Ha/T1'
12,993 In the juvenile group: that I Allow Walten, Mn. Either: Lam Brown, Randolph Cave and Fran- l'
"vd at hilt December report show there I; bert, Mr*. Louise Everett, Mr*. i cia Irwln.
plithetJVC are now 135,879 member In 44 I Mary O. Rhodes and Mr*. Ada --- ,

states of this country;' and thai i A. Young. 'I' W. M. V. CIRCLES HOLD
', the adult insurance amount VI' : THEIR APRIL MEETINGS !
ii* am a $100,139,224 and the juvenile Insurance FRANCES EILEEN: NIGHT W. M. U. Circle One met Wednesday -
laleahidther : amount to W.282,71 HAS BIRTHDAY PARTYTrances afternoon at the home of ,
'Mltis fickson The total ledger assets of the order Aileen Knight, datighUr Mn. W. R. Cheshire. The program
were $29,422,38488 on Dee. -of Mr. and Mn. E. L. Knight consisted of a aerie of

lows II, 193S, ahe Hid. of Perrlne, entertained a group talk, "The Prayer Life of Belle
I Proficiency certificate were of friend Wednesday evening in Bennett" by Mr*. X. E. Altman,1
Payne awarded to Mrs. PaCetU. Mr honor of her twelfth birthday. "Lifting th* Banner to Europe,"
1. t. Sarah Martin, Mr*. France Cok Th young hostess wa* assisted by by Mr 0. A. West and "Little I* 4, tNtfMpG
tfertjheld *r,,Mn. Bessie Brady, Mr Ruth her mother and her aunt, Mr*. W. Much When Good I* In It" by 1 iAIyw

Godwin and Miss Myrtle Counce, J. fowler. Mr. C H. Bigger, and a dialogue I
Each national officer wu given After a number Of game and "Baptist Conquests In China" by
U.L a box -of crytaffled fruit contests: had been enjoyed, the .Mm F. N. Irwin and Mr C E.Saunder .
1B Present at the meeting beside guests were Invited to the_dining *. Mr*. M. M. Blgfeni
' Clu ---- --- ---- -- room where a birthday cake wa I Ilea and Mr*. Irwin offered prayer, I'

REDLAND AID TO GIVE: cut by the hottest and served with There were two visitors, Mr*.
Fran I EGO HUNT AND SUPPER cream and shamrock cake. Robert Couch of Meridian, Mid..
an Plans for the annual Easter: eu The color scheme used for the and Mr*. It. E. Shepherd. Other I
hlglJWal4 hunt for member of the Redland refreshment course and favor, present wen: Mn. Jennie Smith
Community Church Sunday like that used In the decoration, Mr*. Earl Covey Mn M. M.
t ttul School in the afternoon of Monday wa green and white. Bigger, Mr*. C. R Bigger, Mn fl a
April 13, and for benefit Mn Fowler presided at the Irwin Mr*. Welt, Mn Saunders, 1Mrs. I
antlMn Carter spaghetti upper In the punch bowL Altman and Mrs. Cheshire.
| clubhouse o( the Woman' Club The guest lilt Included teacher RedCle Two met with Mr*. H. E.: I
es Hi of ,the' Redtands at 8 p. rat. the *nd classmates; Mn. Little Slade, Mn E. L Lawrence presided '
samd.day, were made by the Ladle Min Eleanore Holferty France fat the abMnce of : J i
BevMr *' Aid Society of the Redland Walker Ruby Donett, France C Venn, who I* 111. Or '
Mnj Community Church at its meetingat Kerr Pearl Genet, Dorothy HaU- Frazier Mn. S. E. Matthew, Mr !,
ch*. the hum of Mr. and Mn. M. lip Helen Edgar, Edna Roger, Lawrence and Mr*. Bert Andrew Smooth Bowing line,streamline beauty
A. Soper. Dorothy Smith Martha Dasher, had part in a Bible study pro
'nxxJera styling at its best. That' the
Mr*. Wayne Calkin will be in Mary Alice Greene, Jean Bolton, gram.
Mr. Holton Mr. Fowler Levy Others present were: Mr*. W. WetdnghouM Golden
charge of the supper and Miss Etelfc .- I new Jubilee Refrig
:Turner Will be in charge, Of Knight Rex Romine, Billy DouthIt D. Home, Mr*. Lee Freed
erator. It* perfected Hcrmctka117-sealed
Annie Butler, Mn. Emma MI'I.I
the egg hunt. John B. Moore, Edward Harris
Present at the meeting were: Ewell Hinaon, Bill Bennett and Mn. H. E. Hardet, Mn. C. Mechanism lies been time-teeted and petformance.poved *
Reid and Mr J, Tom Vann.
Mr Soper, Mn. C. L. Stone, Mr Surges Lee. *
: In thousand of home*.
Mn. W. E, Lewis we hostess
C. Ben Plummer, Mrs. Tho :: : :
The executive committee of the to Circle Three at her home Mn.
Brewer Truly hen h- utterly DeW standard of
Mr*. T. W. Stillman Mn, w7ni.7Te.M
H. J. Redland P.-T. A. will meet in. the I l S. A. Xing wa to charge (n the t tVawgraph
Ar Mn. Calkin
MrT i A:: tu. Canon, 'Mr*. M. 3. school at I oclock today] ?, abtenee ,of Mr*. 1C CoUleruthe\ ..... rdripratJot value !

Brown w. tatt. Oeo. E, Deuel, -_._------------------ -
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Mr*. Ceo., W, Turner, Jr., Mr :
Anna MMaenrmith, Mr P L yew WMttai>MM OeUM >bOa* Re- 50
Williams,'Mrs,'A. W January and Any wave .iguatar ya M 9 y+r+' i+rss+stka s.toot 'IICII $87
;Wrt. Sopef, permanent oay e.ta.aapwr.arRtetkmet aay.rw f M S Y
Mecbuift. 1'betooteidila--r NtWtlan
C. L Olkrr .SPEAKER went at only |SM-4ndwld ta the yorca M price.
AT II.Jjo, W. C. MEETING del
C U OoUy Of the Redland High
Schoibl faculty In a talk: "The I
State" at ej meeting, of the Homestead- TW 1'"',pow*have*>u*fce terfcrfltb ')4N
stead* Business and Profession! 3 _. a pSesa eel Inwe of writ W. D. Home Co. Inc.

Wootwj'" 'a .Club in the Future' [ lo* CM ape*f yen aedt.TkaTl the
FarenA-r Clubhouse Friday, laid kM *e give fM with tmirtaci
nee Me sometimes Jose tight of the' for we Me die ImtundonUj {an
fact;that the thirteen colonies wen, ore lotto* Method,wish turn awtbtakil Homestead Fla. Phone 507-J
the 'bntht unit and the eon t1tu- ImflVftmtOH mt gtnt .
tion)of the United State wa Eagles sachem "Sheppleg Grover

forrd by them-that the states _'.*tl h for fM...sewing.M M
wee* 'f not given their present ..offBush's/
'P0f ei* by the constitution but Surveys Maps
that 'thorn
powers wen simply

Jet jed.talked by the on states the function elPdUte Barber Shop A. R. LIVINGSTON

government a* dirtln- REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER
phed tram those of the federalernmtnt. &, Beauty Parlor
explained the differ- Registered Land Surveyor
en4 between state and federal
4 ,band outlined the function lOSS LILLIE: BROWN. Overate 19 x. noMIC APENL'L MX 1M IIOXKSTRAO. FLA.11III .

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Parr. Ten THE LEADER -ENTERPRISE Friday. April 3. 19.16.

week. They haw the Oil and IMO four ot them bay TommjrfCaWbell
Redland Hi
to Play
the mump The pupU present it .hortatopf; to threj
have bum enjoying a study of by, the beach team. .
"Winken. Sunken and Nod. rtiiher caked three run* In the

Of Season TodayRedland tint inning two In the second
By LEOLA UTTtB The pupil in Mrs. Edward' I and two more In the tixth.
1'00I1h.... completed their Eaater
The senior girls wr Invited to of the program. Klwln read Will bunny border for their room. !' High School which (oat Light Colors Preferred

attend a to* given at the University .Roger 'tto.., and Edward: Kirby :'" Its first baseball game of the tea- First Macbanio. "Which do you
of Miami last Wednesday at read Joke Henry Dodaon played -i iI All whole the with pupil for and Mia the Jackson school a a*I' eon to Ida M. Fisher High at Miami prefer, leather or fabric uphslateryr
Beach Tuesday afternoon. T
4 o'clock.On two number on his harmonica.
j I I speedy recovery Mr Edna 1 I to 0, will play Miami Edison on Second Mechanic: "I MM fabric:
of the Th Latin elm I studying' Thurman la substituting for her the Farm LIT School diamond this
Monday the girls this week. leather ia too hart to wipe :your
freshman and the sophomore class Caesar this month. I afternoon at I o'clock/ hand CIa.''-.Chelae: Record. :
played basketball TIM eaphotnor I., I to Tueaday'i game, Bennett.
girls won the raIN, This to TIle seventh grade boy have I I Beach hurler allowed the Redlandltea -'
the Jut week of basketball or the .planted an Easter Illy. U it HOMESTEAD 4-ITCLUB only on hit, single by': '
girls, because they art going to blooms before Easier they want I Wm Chamber Fisher garnered DR.1VLABERGERDentist I
tart diamond ball and track. I to sell chance on It. The money By IMIa LIttle I four hit off the combined offer
[I received win start a library fat Tuesday when the 4-H dubmet liege of Wm. Chamber and Nets

The sanitation claaa Ja studying teventh grade geography claatet. In the dub room. Norma aon. .
the teeth. and the pupil hart Mr. Johnson i* reading Th Gowmao read "A Standard 4-H Redland committed seven or-
drawn a diagram of the eye and Story of Mankind" by Hendrick I II IVan Club" *cor* and tilt girls discussed 36 N. Krome>> ArenaeUpstairs :

nomad all parta of It for a display I'I Loon, and everyone like the the different mean of Improvement Mildred $feld. PdacUla Fread.i
.. the bulletin board in the senior book very much. On Friday of In their own club. Mr Lou Bell Crennell Ooldla Gram

room. | thla week Fred Fuch, Jimmy Mc- Fred Redd read the list of honor nell. Moles: and Norma Ckwman, Offic Hours 8:3O-C. :
I I I Cornell Jane and a la
Betty Meybern that they may receive. May Katherine Orfanede. Virginia
Eugene Scherr took charge of Norma OriacoU have charge of achievement day and May a I* Klnner AnnabeU Redd. Julia .OPLAr' IyINlNGS.;
the home .
the temperance prograot held 1'001Ipr'OlJ'IIm. total exhibit day. France Sullivan. Katherin WU- 'BT 'AFrOtNIKC&rf
Mr ncUTt room, Jack tJ:1 I I| i Saturday at 130 tile girls are Uama, Mr*. Redd and Leola JtUe.
asked questions white 'Randolph I I' Uri Wynn't room won.ihe p.-i to go -to Mr*. Redd home for an
Caves answered them. Canon T. A. dollar lilt week. The sixth: all day work .- }.. Jrfra. Redd

.Malcolm John Walton Alta Webster -i' grad regret that Carol Walker I* to give u* our di\nar, Thegirls EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING; I
and Billy Radford--read Wife !J. not _MMMiih tor-corn bask may give demonstration or .
He on alcohol Canon Malcolm to tchool yet The tlaaa'la'maki do anything that 1* necessary -lor I HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOP iN. .
Ing Carter decoratloiu thla weeTc them to complete this ye,f n work,I .1
trill have charge of th* next: Pro- ., .IX 1AtW39awreop: < ,
....m. Th ctaaa thought Mn.j 1' Th pupils are,ertjoylng working Those preaenl at the' meeting[ .
field was playing ad AbrO font.",the per.cent of law teat were Torn Robertson. Nora-Ak-J( J 40N,Vesaw A- 'h..1/1 :: t ti tt6

Job when aha ,aye''a A. atjendancir'-. .. P-T'I ire, Mary Cunoaa,:Margaril* .and .'
add I- t . ,_ ,
last Wedneeday.Th Jet.1 ..
W "'
I Mr ptlplbi a .writing;
business letter They have two
Junior play haa bt n poet-
paned until April IT.: .new tnterettlng Looks for theirlibrary
i i'I'M Peggy King left last mday. -
Gordon Flnney U out with i
Spanish elaaae enjoyed the flu.
having oral lessons In claaa.Mi .
I '- I
The boy and girls of Mr Blrd'i I
*. Rutland substituted for
1'00I1are practicing for the cornIng :
Mr*. Webb one and a half with Redland.In .
this week. days'I

the opening-;; ;xerclae* In Mr*.
The useful science data la Flfleld'i room, they, are reading .
studying the different kind ofwaves event In Chrtit'; life leading up .
white the general science : (1
to Eater to learn the real meanIng
class la studying the seasons and of the word. .. "
They atudylng :
the .:-
cause of the lION. The
"The Children of Other I .. ,
class (
chemistry made pa experiment Land. Vera Rheney 1*out with
identifying metal and com the nu. I
pound It u itudylng the chemical .
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competition' and preparation In Mia boner', room the pu I
of fuels. The biology class la
pals are making health booklet
studying fk wr and pollination.The They are using health rule I

studied during thl year. The ,
boy In ;Mr, Blackburn' )
pupils are writing their own version I
room have been'writing to Thomas of fairy stories read to them
Varnadoe"wlio has been In bed by their teacher. I
fur several day a* the result ofon I
accident The eighth grade Mia William pupil ar making I I
public peaking class i* studying Easter Illle' to decorate their I ,

dialect poem room for Easter. Winifred Burton

I* back in school after a two- i
Algebra II I* studying factorIng week UlMM.Ther ,
and the seventh grade

ia studying circle' and ut of the are several childish absent -
compaaa and protractor. The trig. from Mill Rays room this
onometry claM U studying functIoN
of isosceles" triangle

The seventh, eighth' and hbittigradea CAREand COO
are studying conjugation
and te_. f1 r ,
Beauty w 5i {

Mr. Lucas' had the yq yo content I
final hat Friday. Judson
True beauty demand
Pteh wa the winner *ith. 29 '
trick,, The the bert of car at all
prize .
I yo yo.
time Whether 'o
The clot ia
planning for I .
party '
next Friday. a wave, a facial i .
a manicure or any ofth
other MeenUAi aIls
on.- physical education toy i
to beautyi youll bad
tiav made a pit with ,and ta It forth
coming broad the killed. operator at "
lump JIId
Ugh P a. .* '
Beauty- Parlor
jump This will be ready for use WHEN YOU Y'TME II
ready to. servo
next week.During quickly at any ito you.. .. "", ..." .. ... ,.

the home VI r"81600110. .mt .sad I
Jail 'Monday''to Ka room. Warden':period, nMaaUaa ) It may IN fan to"ttk a d.nce"-but why guobk wbea yon;

4 room. Darwin Oamber.had chart PERMANENT WAVES buy mo blade** Selling 4 for I0y;Probak Jr J. i 4oubIe-1 Yi' '

Prices. $5, '$6,. $7. I edgy blade of A,.eiM .<}uaUty-made by the worJ
Eva Estelle Sullivan Q
PATj'SBEAUTY i kropped by pedal process that guarantee the utmost la showing r

Teacher of Pianoforte comfort alai tcOGOCD)'. nil blade wbUa through>the ad lest Y
BEGINNERS A SPECIALTY wbMer: *-gtkie*ove tb tcademt spots without pull of lark* Qi /;

11 N. E. tad Ave. Hacaeitead Phone 539-R Horn Wdr I Lion Prow this toe jpoonclf. Buy a Pecker of Probek Jr. at your ,AI

dealer today-tod slip on la jour razor tomorrow morning.

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Annie Mayhew FitzpatrickGraduate : ";

Oberlln Conservatory and Royal

Conservatory of Leipzig


Wand Roads Near Biscayne Drift Phone 1422 l OF THI WOItOt I.A LEST HABJ ,MAKE*t fti.' .... !



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.i:;Friday, April 3, 133, THE LEADER ENTERPRISE race Eleven


Chut'cheslll] I Spiritualist llomtstesd Temple-branch of of Truth Miami In I ,1

I Woman's Quo, 410 N. W. Eighth RATE First Insertion lOd a lint; eubwquent Insertion

avenue. Men Bible das and S1 a line

Yr: BATTIST Hoars' Agony from IS m. to young people' lyceum at 7'1S: p.

I m; healing by Dr. J. Carl Hobson
f. m. Holy Sabbath. April
"l.rsai/s.i+The E .. C K III tint Easter eecuuwriwa at i at 7 43; lecture and message at FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS w

"aIbr,.pastor Sunday school at' .1.. as.Le p. Mu by the Rev Sada Hobson
..,m,. Preaching .it 11a .m.' .... BESS: -Choice Itauan. OM colony PIANO TUNINQ and replrin
aa4 I p. m.; aY.P.U. at 7 p. IlL Wednesday aids at I'M Class abets I. Ayr. I at ':4 Ieallag .y for fJ two for: $9. three tor M.a I Good used piano tor salt cheap- 1

f, Prayer services Wednesday at S'pace. rrtntlaserrte*P.OB asNo Good Dr. t. Carl H.b.... lecture .y M. Ljroo. (a3tt) W. E. Kona. US N. W. 3rd St.

the tev. lads Balsam

Apr. -Mermlna; scrnea EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN I NON0ENOMINATIONALnATEE: Out of season, full of Juice. sSe

"CMS "'laaeo__* Ma- SERVICE peck. Seedless, bush*!. 76c. Va- I BIG VALUE: e-room nouee.

oust Carl Wagner, .( the RodIS" EL ,iJehjft-Redland the ftev.Ceo. Bible study and prayer service tend orifice, JSc puck. CcUIni Furnished. All city: improvement oJ

ram Life School, will ., )I. Poth, pasto/, Sunday I Grove federal Highway it Blscsyne *. The word BARGAIN has i

speak at I m. Frank..... school each Sunday at 10 ..-m. I conducted by the Rev. H. E. Berg I drive. been greatly overworked, but

"et Homestead Hlfh School English service on second Sunday of Miami at home of Mr*. O 1. Good BUSINESS BUILDING and I do not healtste to say that this

faculty will address the Senior of each month at 3 p. m. and German Gault every Friday at I p. IlL I LOT In Florida City on Oversea property I* a Big Bargain. Price

.rSI.1.P. V.4112 P.M 3pm.service on fourth Sunday at A series of lectures o. the Highway. Ale 1 .1I." 'K>DXL Including furniture bed linen

Gould*-The Rev. Noah Peter- Book ef Revelations Is BOW IBprotrm. T TRUCK. Priced r&UPott and table linen dishes, now

ion. paplor. Sunday school at 10 METHODIST EPISCOPAL All Invited. Office Dox 189, FlorIda J1.JOO( reduced Mom! 13,100
''a.' City. Fla. (pmrlt Fine furniture and plenty of K.It .
ra; preaching at 11 a. m and
Florida City A. Cameron d3U)
':30 B. Y. P. U. 8 30 Community Church (
< p. m; at : p. IFr.yer \\
service at 7:30 -the :Rev. M. A. Soper, paitor. LEGAL NOTICES FOR S.\LE-Wbl.. New Zealand

p. IIWed- Sunday school *t (30: a. m.; rabbits, SOc evb. a M Lyon, ACREAGES AND GROVES

'peaday. preaching at 7.30p. m. Church .. the fcrprt Coors pf Ik* = Clear: R.. F. IX I. Box 661. (mrtttf I> t ipedallie In Redland properties,
dMd UPON. 1s ale for
CATHOLIC night, Wednesday at ':30.ae4Ia1N1' ....141.. I. CPP"rf. STEAMED BROWN BREAD I Send me your lilting of propertyfor
anytime sale.
Church .( UM Sacred Heart Community Church ... LEONARD' WIII"'R"RfJ.' D.b.da.t. Saturday. Lb. coffee can CHARLES L BROOKS

8 E. Second avenue, Homestead; the :Rev. M. A. Soper, pastor; Sunday RILL. rue/r t4.u..tks aIVORCacede. sin 20c; with raisins or mils 110 N. E. tint S&.. Miami

Cloonsn, pastor. : school at 10; Jll'ftchlnC" at '1|. It ppp* rl.*. from .. .11..."". nw h JSc Leave order: at S. r.,.. West

f-eRn'l'"lme.( : I a. m.; week day Chupch_.nlfhUJThursdarat; 7.30.METHOpISTErWCOFAL the.share Lw.wNWoollens.. MlttM same. IP thus.._.tkpPM. ....ilatolb. Pt.a _home, 10* N. V, JIS St. REAL ESTATt-Thoo. who wantto

'" { Kuhdsy school 40 1 '. = _.t." other than UM ft will P( tar or cell Hedland District
w UM UM .w..e at tkp MMppfppMpt HONtr-U* clear thick delicious
rest estate will find up-tt-date
o'ctockrmam. PP tuninlprlr M UM MUM IP kind. Jon better and It.lI'O"
t ICl Ivaaton-.JOI' -.mm 'the'tlrat BOOTH" knows ipplplpUS', Bratrtr. U Wptpkprs.to listings In our office. Many of
Mri Fw CPllkppi price HollJster Sag, EaitKinf
,fSllAdaJl"of"moAtb; foe 'srlerl and SplMltM. .. the Otu pf* r"lu.w CIt these listing! are sail at subnormal
i +hoysaf. .eeond Kuadayof month.f While lieu Ckmrth-Home- Mewled. and 1kp_ PPM *MM"... r prices. We than appreciate
stead; the :Rev. A. A. ICoerUine, a- w.ssbws. Y doe We 1twwla
LHolboarlhursday. wfore' first either your Inquiries or
.M Ters a" there to age pagess4.a.JPr FOR RENT
pastor, Sunday school at 130: a.
f'i FrttUy-pt noBOr at 7iOp:m.Mae your listing all of which will

'flirt Frldny 'at 7:JO-a. m. Bent. n.; preaching Junior at 11 a. m. and 4p. COTTAGE to* rat $10 a manuply \. have our best attention. Now u
m. League at 2:30
;diction of-the Blessed Sacrament : p. the time to buy. B. W. Morris
P. 0. Box 111J Homeitead.
in League 5 45 Senior -
m.; : p. m.;
.after mas*. alit now associated with H. A. Cam
League at 8:30 p. m. Prayer meeting ( ) eron. N. W. lit St. In QtlMB

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE at I p. m. Wednesday.
APARTMENT. S 8. W. first St. Bank I3ld,. Phone 71

Florida Broadwayand Passion Week services withIlliniaale (pall) WANTEo--

Sixth street ,Sunday school at eroaa each evening -

B:43 a. m. for pupil under 20 yean at I beginning Suday.Apr. LEGAL NOTICES -- and

''I'M age; morning service at 11 Is-O. Good Friday a ( now nos MANGOES SAPODILLAS
'.o'clock. three-hoar service for hi the Slow rf rwrMf ohm .ntM all kind of tropical fruits and
Wednesday evening services prayer =
of aid be .iMihTPl
rra.raa %*at P vegetable In aeaaon Highest
which Include testimonials and meditation from II noon drfeedoes.R"

ot healing and experiences and remark U1I S P. a*. r,there. Hut H.*..MMpfeLMPar .. price and prompt settlement
.... Wrfebm b .h rp- Write advising of quantltle
on Christian Science ( p. tdr.d to 51'tMJ sense M nor No
,: The Silver Patm Conunanlty Cbnreh I \ : for Ik* lkVtfpr .... A. ISM.' available variety! and earliest
..nv public I* cordially invited : .1 t. :
holes rule der etnrt. PPPWPTMM date
shipping RAFAEL R.
to attend. -the Rev. H. Q. Cowan, pastor. ......_ of the kill J eopiplplMkmtofar ,
Sunday school every Sunday at )0 low hi dUo I>PPM, Mkpr VILA Commisslort Merchant,

A.... I Lesson sermo a. m.; preaching service on first, lull M* k the* Aasm.d pllpppttoM and Oaks pMkilPwl PI ranlPPM4 thCT.li 120 Convent A'.., New York

topics IhtresUty". x third and fifth Sunday at 11.6 It b further ar >... glut this prow City.
.. ............ hi the .-......E.r ....,...... i'
;.. CHURCH or CHRIST IltandIV.a. :; a -r III ocrama.b.el.tle." pet.s LEGAL NOTICES

METIIODIST. FREE < GROW GOOD PULLETS -rN': ..t t': 15..m.. Darcounts.
Homestead-first avenue and ._. M1. ... der III M...., b ppp.tppMppt *f Ills ate I",( Fiend,
J*. W. ruth street; T. J. Hunton,I Forld atr-M" Ernest War- THIS YEAR 011... I wed b rwMWM t p PIMP or CPPPIT
I E. IL LEA ERMAN Clark 1 otlwr than M* BMW 1 Fkgd.. ppp1 Met +
minister, Bible study at 10 a. m.] ran: pattor. Sunday achool I = -41 (Lone br r j. kr ..-.n Luly M b house
.. ..'"; *** to HuhMI ,
communion fellowship and 2:30: p. m.; preaching 3:30 and I Well vigorous pallets .WIRCUIT cotfit SEAL) ...pto,19" JOTMF. and chat. shame ATCHUS
preaching at II a. m.; preaching at p. m.; Young peoples meeting grown ewe* D. __. a Cprtr KM ttt4 MrUHtafdr N b ke.wb r

7.30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:15: ; Junior meeting 3:30: Tuesday: t will make fine layer nut fall Aircrew,(M.for, PIa45We.I.IMKH11 Apr I) M Hut Mn UK B tmlium M MTMI el In MM UM trfwlwii State W,

I' at 7:30 p. an.CRURCHOrCOD. prayer meeting '7:30 p. m. Thurs and Allure this result "'--tIw:: ..r (w at a itSjnum wo
f I winter. : I* UM ClmN Cart, UMPMk Judicial vim ...... MMI woe liliiat wad
day. TlrrpM, IMS. C_.". ....... b Ik.rnj .* Met she Y .ew 5M ass 1 ,-- ,
by feeding Ful-O-Fep Crowing CPM Kp. ....... II.. ....... rd.nd trot said ,
SAMUEL W VORTTOKM<< PlPlirtlir n n.1.n./ds1 D1sd.e .W and she b
Hemestesd-804 N. W. Tint PENTECOST4L Mash now. It develops HELENA M L VORTICKTM IM.ndpnlat : burr r.i* avenue; Fev. Ceo. Lorton, paitor. IT roB DIVORCE filed In e s V
1 Gould*-Rev. C. C. Haniberger 'i big framed,rugged bird that It appearing kr >llip.vit ., Oad.d w for MpiMb lh. till Mr nf April, A. D
Sunday school at 9:49 a. ra. ...
;I tkr kill flied I. Ira _allows stated '..- trot plkiiPlP T
) preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. paitor Sunday school at B:45' I can stand the train of heavy H..... M L. Venison he Dr(.n*.M bill w Tk* (.kr.Ma rest; = br u<4 ,
preaching at 11 .. m. and 7 30 thereto PPPMJ b _..M>nl of the D rf
nv; Senior C. O. O. Society 6::30 p. ppin. SUM pf ........, .P4 low ............ Uupkpnwp. U se4MdMr urowH list thin Order:
m.; Intermediate C. O. O. S. in .; Young people' meeting at 8:30 egg production that then b PO porous 1.541.5.1. can >{ for fear Ml .
6 SO Mid-week p. m; Ladles' prayer circle, Tuesday l I* the Rule of FbrMp, UM aweIn .ardin Weeks la loss Homestead LoodorR.MrpIas
parsonage : p. m. I ot MPIKMPP PPM w.uM kind a Ywepepr published to s4 1G..s4
prayer service at ':30 p. m. Wed, at 2:30 p. m. Mid-week prayer .PEDcROWIMG .enb redo.d.no .. Nmt = In may the red 5twta
MIda service Thursday at 7:30 p. m. / fl UP pf I IV-OTM mn U b Umfiw* This North get IMS.K. .
"r that MM pap4Mlp DiSpduHW B MATHtltMtK.: O rt of
u MASH lead tiM JP "kmkf rpaplM to ppiwprIP c"" .... c u, B a DIWITT.iNrtlUd 't
i I' MUM pp OT Won M,_'. the Itk uftt OMOfRr MCAL) .

:' Homestead.The :Rev. Howard Hometrad Krome avenue at fa used by many April.. pf MM A.. D kill ItM will. MkmrtM W takes *the> _plbnMop. <_,. adtrttw IWberi (ter .....11II". )

!. Eckel pastor. Sunday school at N. 18th street; the Rev. E. L Nelson poultry ... kr ../d ..........L thus 414406": Apr. 1)In )
I I ..... ...... ..
1:45 .. minister Bible school st It s ", Shut Ills cede
TO.; preaching at a. m. farmers year after .pukllikrd. see. work '... fmr Cowen room 11.I........ Conan
I and 7 JO p. m.: N. Y. P. S. and 10 a. m; preaching at II a. m. Follow their the PIPirkf IK UM Hammond L.sa-E. "HOin "it far monk
Junior meeting at '6.30 m. and 7:30 p. m. I'year. wniiPiMr klbkMl hi MMp CITY OF MhepT.EsAD, y.Nr.
..." p. I f5eddmkeandraieemore C-nt, .4 *tptp. Mrvih arrArl to'I1 M.h.iM. ..
Prayer meeting Wednesday even- Apr. 111-Sermon nle Hearst .. 1184.X q, or >A.
at 11 and better I LlArRIRMAI'f.: ca.rtI of --
.j. T.30. se
i ing : "Studies la Passion 'ttk"1 Clmtt Comm S, M. twivt.DPOMT I" Tosp.r.n sod CI/Was 1
"V the cot .9 .0..dToil
( Pritee-the Rev. C. H. Con- sermon at ':II. "1'* Are Sly pullets this ICUOG. OOtlBT Obrk..CIRCUIT HA1)) 1 ASR HREST IsnmD Iha& 1

."- don, pastor Sunday school at 9.4S UUneae". eoMladlac the aeries I Caw PP< r.rrMletun kM toM, flood to His, *kMnMM
fw rtelpttf. ,._. M Ike list day III tUrrk,
)t' preaching: at 10:45: a. m. and ':30 Christ's Estimate efChrMlaatf /iM.r, p.I.i get Apr I) A. D. I.... kr MM City ul Mooslsed, tee
m. Junior meeting at 8:30 *. I tIw ,1Id.U.. III sM.se4 bad wets eaw .
n. ; young
people's meeting at 830. Prayer; At 7.H m. tlwUo of Hector Supply Co. IP tk. Consist con'; *Cents W tkp Rkwpptk 1. Zl.'ts: .pelsot.dgives Daggett

officers by i22t_... ttrZZ l. IJuiu. ? else PI Ik. now
milieu Wednesday at 7 JO young people of
p. m. .. ,.. liner Pe ,
i .f
> church Homestead Fla. JOHN ... R>CE of........ pprpkl wool i "nHp"M" nTpppM .
I ISCO'AL: ulvosc* .1 we ae.u/o sd -- to\a.1 ... _
N, I -jjriO| :. ... 5. Appeor =": a1 will City 1 i ito
midi :=
JwplTllfc HI HaH' OMpri eedfMSs an
1 w it job 'a -a X. Second avenue T* ...,
CklMpp III. U tkp/p said *
\\10111I4' roibrth street Homestead. HoiHUr. tM:= pf ap5 -- Tai 5)15101
uJ uwvlazn'
\and fourth street, Homestead; the Deming Pumps and Water Systems IP the Mill *< nth Any n. Aprilmap M.Pk .= ,et
..plM. PM to low _PM died. PU pp.IHM :-: 1. IM *kv* shed OPvrtUIPIPPM
Rev tym. C Taylor Jr, pastor. ream PP< M .>'...'. thereof a is .. the CPPMT CM es
Hoiy ucharist, at S a. m.; Sunday Joint darN m .ini_ pal be glass" ....... Hew ..i MM Car w II..... DPOP OPPPIMrptM
; Slip Irrigation Pipe "1ori4&, to show __ If sap re knoll,
1at10a.tn. 'The tpp i lfpb,nb* b '" dr.- .lu sole ago -0. ad .ales t'.w "
'" now M the P.W.MP-T M shish thg ,. should Mt pp *..w.... *P4 PM.IM .
"... -ralm' Bu4an Holy Kerosene Driven Irrigation Pumps soda pkdl kp sppltokol. fay lr.so.p.as ,-
WITNCS WMrRinr I kp.* ..... e
barIII& at ( a. met Blessing MOnoaONi d ORDE1lED as tile smort sass PM nor Mod pM allowed np will ftppM
'et t Fall= and Holy Eucharist Aermotor JmlllsJ ; j hew be Miami. Fler4.. e. U Uwe6916 OMrt M '':. OPM Casts, rbrbkp
raaCall nip ed Mrrt U. loss.L this IM Mr Pf .-, A IMS.
4 10:39a.aa. k LEATRaa5Ai. Cle.b 1Cl.ana B B LCATHKR1IAN. _lprk W eta
/ugly Weeks Holy Eackarlst.. Ct.w lIMo C-... o'r la ad fee DaleC..w1r,
I phone or write for 017 prices P. J. UVULA 0 .J, ow-1111. 11.pas Clerk
(daityad7a.re..OaG..dFrtdevoNon = curs(. IC...... crwra IoaIt
CiBCTjrr"9uRT"iAt. (Apr a, IS, lt ,
tfay of UM Throe ( | |
: n-a. .. _" t
I Ir's I Nv CMIIIPP| | .PPU > OFor. r
R. H. MAGRUDERFactory ( a45.M.1.- Apr. I) yes orr',8 DANI ootnnv
Ie the C vu% can.. __ ,....... COURT HOtlSB. MIAMI plORIDA.
ti Funeral BMW Agent (1oftII, 55.dreality.. '1eoIM, I. Chew sew! bids .P ...'_.. wm kp MMtlMl
_. Case M. ....*.. .. this ..!M WHO I* .. M. rosier Are
WlIB. THOMAS WHr:1AH IIrJOfr.1I. .., S, I.SI, pp tile "_OIl I
I Phone Bayvlew 521 3421 Slain Highway t'Meatit. M. RANCIS KIRK BKlfXU, | BIMAMITB
later Altwdul tw pUi *o in* IP rpi.ki7" *. '-'.
:ILL rot Dnrotxtk .1 cesm
Phone au R 110m....... Ts Coconut Grove /ppeaetne k* W teen Mlt ,. I C r. wwtA1'. %
hi UM ill I saw MPM that frppn* pad. [ tsnhuIse .. ..
. Irk lens. DM OifMP>p. Ikpnl. Mail, =

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Paa Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. Apr1 3.1396.
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I. ;Mayor Asks Florida City Council I I Dade Celebrates Centennial With I,aaa...p"..VMS. .of....reset... ta w. =. .

To Demand Bond Debt Adjustment Program From larch 29 to April 14: ate st I Del IEarI. ..
1......... ...... ..... i
I Il .... aft htei debft I %" I=
..... S-1 E&CArfa .r'
Ceraum" rm Phi Oa*) deft of bra bas the, AIIr. '11F am .a.alefe.etar fit ItdeCa.atr :Ia."t_ '
any fart Cteftaa Pat me sae' I ,
have a thins far the. d! we atsaw etedL : = i : EI
pRfmot debts we at ow -
rwftIIII'" & flair smear Vttto fist CMte OMB MM.MB .! ....;....,. a s. a.ftl ed arts ,.".. he[. Soubb r. Mbar...91.,. .
wlmeh ** lie sect w .ttCMBMtpaOBjg NiceL Hi? lint proposal Netdneit. kt coBBtBBBMraaEal kj1 w braes* BB-.!.'easy be ..*pit .*.* f to *eafcwd The two-week manual*..."',
cosine Mmmc& .as a ab adpe.bis abut a. sect llama" a ". I ac a newness ad Out at iris a* 1J* ..*
sir swamis ft me dtlomtamd : .w0...'at is ba.8ed irdebtsdam plops at sae MI JtaoAry. Apr:.Iwli ",* Dale Coat ..1iii..i.1 46-. ".$
13. at 0 Dade OHBM '
a* part >>
taddrsat me I'1IIriIa' Say % a" II we an set art via buss Cats Ctotk at KM mai ,j": and wMk Illo aP raUBC of O*>
Wbdr we to ate aid that Spat Via eras we saran act sootraSepv. --& I i i imaotr a*apt ,aid far due i i.... ml flpawr Bknr tillable ....
dares we see at A* BBBJC timapyropsfaNag eta we omae cat OB Mar 2* flk*alloy kaacreatkai >.,tots Ned ON now radars lraa'.... IJ to .. BUM (f Ape 4.
our tart aV4airw4 fat swam be pad calf a otbararaodin ae.eirstiso as.amnmwed" Nil E
tM p"M.. ad ...... ow ..da., woe wM.radtte aeomisersury at se ------ "'
boded Wmkbwdwm sr pAOSbewM -z. w. prat brae aras.a ismay. of OK at eve**I and
cud"gem mmad would, We Mat...... tLea- to 101 for Met mack U Bade
:ItJM d sat Oar boarb were i... fill "saw aid paw& far ad- .*. feat his EC* to a ITiimiiti.. PRESTON B. BIRD.
to UML rarBBCTtedaTU IttOtm .( urea VMl cum" be mmnw The art has bees dieided ''
Ran err hrae...at bane "- fcalBhat ft ..lla. p" .0 r flew OX or pwtrw d'Ses..fS.r
on wd dhlar. at ex rate af 7 COM whir Nay am aai>eefabta.- 2 ..sDdUtah bm"been
Per seat 7' rebid idly rpsnsw isafied to assess d. aMt

J'1I Ia ........ ....,.,...., ... Announces
dais peers. rdeved III 1pK DICK BROOKS TO riebl amid other lsaawao rfBB '.

cnc This to M tarns aoddra. IIiI ahiaat at 6000t peeps Uis Cudidaq tor
=' .Ml Heart t*=I BE PRESIDENT OF Viaw.tiamae arreesaw p1-,H.totbt .i
Wt Moot sect !. aids feebe,. POUR mow
a diM at...... w ...r..we, swwoh. ad trwap tile to-opus. :
asJt air bred ased11ors hearts .ROTARIAfSCMU. lImE tiaIt d .... aeaasr Ships
*- sae We liked ill order mat af the two Mtoat dill acne :
wa ..... ....nt to par aa B..il Central aid agath Ancrfcaa COMYCOMMONER;
pout aad adir lade are aoBrrat (Captive" rt.o Asp 0.) pair Ite Carflirnan faakto far I .
Ire not pay dew to aroaaaaa i.....-- f.. weN air akO'7 to ,*,. Tbist ;ems, ww explained isow Naiad Af star al ape was mgSW
bar .+ary arses. aaaet ..rpmsmart Club by A..u-I L raw me1r .. turd .... be balled to n s ALMA
one week!!'. will asap e..i. XL Train wad brio der.Ma ,boo" bwe place bars- ad the paaae 1 f
mete maul ere teaaa.rw ha.e. so explob a. Rut of IIInt would fps .bane s. ddrwleaasaad fekifart" to Jaws DtBMml.. .
sea -.r eau" pressed of V1 ...*k* rid VM a abiders deep barbs adft a. extra[ o
met af laatrcX. but bare. paras. ttt (raw terra a aeries .< where espt! s -W comae a ...-
dared prix par port d sister,wbit.ia8 Be aid Nat slier a break to OK rtM rf MT ovmto! ,.
ptIIt1ipaI or Interest. hail wesrtra laic seoy bt IS CIIIIt'tiIIad Nat MIl end fte kerranaai. j
lzu M pay am bwowi&warses a bwrkaoe err be dIIairpDUId Frank SUB departed aaj ft1fiMM .
per tad Menu .**. we by b....*ir< treg alrplan If af true vow mural tamnittat -', Tfce praahBBJ. tarfac DfatHrt > ad Bat malj are BBB*.
appa1""P"set eantat debts i be"d -'T ........ SNL. The .....,. On, to tsars tuft Ik* Banana af km*...
ford fart Use me owso a dirivktak owed be Ia1d in it
., .. ,,,. s .,......ad r+aaat MawOaaCtoBBCjaBi UAW.ace award sad now Sharp
----;,,-;.C-C--; ;; ;- -- ; .c ; ; ; CO" -;;;;:o. .";;o==;;",";".._. ._....._........ .;-'
0o be .....-..: bat web Na Mee d eametwe every mvtw.
arfA .a..y nw ...... To mite prevail, marimba tualmi.mawMi .
expenses ter sae ....... at am.ache .........
.FRAN.KLIN'S Mo a.aenrp. I Plasmas M lift a ........d ......... o...rasleaa
tr .a err ..-. wa Doamd aid 8& w ma 0.. paeya
lama particular craps M sac
,. VUIX3ZX iZ =
J. S.teswrd ...... taedr lop ......-r a t..et paeraad
SATURDAY FLIT FOOD SPECIALS clasps at..... ....... wilt amidu ......

t. l'aIr... arm. araimr.M of Maw sad sip breast
sa"md rant Flow Buis Aa.ntd. : ...... Edna" .... Osumi""grub aarafMs barmy.Paadi.aad ..
TEA SOUPS = see" .aap..ar..aaL .
W ttu can __45e I 3 IItftI. dDI _..27ed af flat wrrtm* af s ,...... pkftaito M i

can ._-.____.....%3c per dox. ._.__31c 2 leeM cans .....__.__23e : : seem lIMe conmr.L b .
...... ... at.Mdea..es<< ow Pampa Wainscot oars
s.dt". --a Cbat. .... CaMIIr a.a Scat a.A.. ...... ad as ballet d law pouch IIb whipe saef mate Ne seed
MILK I I SUGAR I COFFEE .aenuM at ow bide had eaatd I two are wart as as moo
J9cPOTATOES ba llAWS *adamt dme .. sit aati.met-d paid.. a meetAaeu
3 tall cam .. 10 tbs..23c ML lie. _. __27cArmawlSt
.. : UM TraO. I wfD 4*MV bat *.foster Okv V*..eto -
.. agar of too"laepth.e veldt.......drAm.a boom"III....
east Claim a" Cb.edaae ....... ,.. ....
bad aid Scat >a curt thereby MiMi ka award i
CM ed Beef Huh I SWEET COOKIES I MACARONI RINGS wart: far .......... that .... am lie Cedar slot fau.ass marbava t
: sew aa4 aUa lana poach Tata,d awe hu M Is art
rip 15e Ib. 20c J-lb. 13e
1I can pkr. wham sated. I .iaM lainnr a* hap Now -.q. Maw.W .
: iti rraa andrMmae a Console"mum sided sane,he saw.*
; Fwarr I CORN-FLAKES I I .Da Far WotPRUNES erase lIMe Coae11p. tent." r mod we do ad wood .........
RICE I CR1SCO I inn-.ad Vatiaa. ad ---. end She desisaseard d .....

5 Ibs. _.__.%.1c: I 2 pkjf __I5e I can__..._57e 24 can 2 for 29e irk**,ual waK .....M to Dow seer breams a fd.d pabrm
mad ka a joint bri.. .

,..." swaeq'a u..w camartu rant awed I. Aderwade ad r.6 praati.a ter fee assert fair 4.
3IEALor GRITS ICE CREA3I 3IIX POTATOES kkk I M the flM M spur .< la* ttty .f BaaMaacaA

; S DM. .--. _._.15c : IL %ee.nwy .-.b'-- fw De saharhpea. rsperdsrr.t
per can...JOe 10 Ihs. __...23estmaara .. Nadir .. also ta* araralar ......,.. af rttraa
Asserted raaain r- to Vrd"Ma.e .......aad a elsNla pradasaima,1IH'e R ip-elAaj, ao.aaruUft ,
...... \
CORN or PEAS firm Larva
: ALL GOOD S X*. L Claret es-testate. ...._ o. are! audit.Mad ;
3 N*. 2 can 25e PEACHES tH2V LETTUCEhead -. dye ..... ...... M I believe the aspartasd... d Slowly
Camas Fnaat -- ___.__.9c !f: amoo..fuwr am be d.ntre r De sail PreItwi.L .

BUTTER '" Ik. I tea wpp rt far adaero ir" air holies
WESTERN BEEF STEAKS .__27e rr.It barb Ne pests af tales ar fat btt nkv a* the- '
Dx tea f UM 25e a*, ud wit adraol aa4 west lar a wasps BMrtIMtpark. == \
: raroc: *. CABBAGE ; .

: raw rat BEEF ROAST ___17eritonccx Ih. Hc .. Thai Peat but te 4* wttk Ik. avtWkb dales *f aeoat7

: PRESERVESTOJIATOES ik. tasnY.ar.-r. There at* era*=r---- ." Onpeople
aa4 totaatnlii af Ikto dowlek sae for :
lblL en glass .. sec BEEP ROAST ..20e .
.. .
: Bet antacnkta VT a fmUtt aBVW "k*a. a we rid the .seem..on
fBorun & Carrots the laud sate....... I apart wtIII tefa.iaaa so dba
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