The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00067
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: April 10, 1936
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00067
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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South Dade Schools Are ProminentIn READING TO PROHIBIT ONLY

mING FOR Construction Summary for WPAThe

fcnBwJ DaArict The MM etch.lit bemldap ride. WHISKEY AND WINE SALES

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mot saw a.3lias d.6rmDwadaepa
nary III aombu two. pIIIIIjedI- No&.. vrsaM.abm mLaws and

; der. way.q......bat eat ataateei. assess. to sIUeS. d abbey dm 929 Registered V<4enla Fear of

aad adorf for bat mat ret vmMLwfewh am!" sharer to pay II sadlitdAaasat Homestead Precinct Slot Machine Reprisals

waspcTpnral fcr Oc Dade ..... I. aSpewad bat as. One Reason I

"CkxaMT few)af,.Mie.....son :sac ,mtia; b tte Ul.oM raked i Ulm prrnset regwtir.taan art-
Vote toue week at the tvqotil at tte School tor lioa-aa., wHfe Ole t4 Monday sighs FltekKt 13.V 'COUNaiTADOPTSJUNK

limbers : wets Pimpnj AdrMiabesba.. eaaay! selst beside nose vivaed h IDdMts lk=tsomd, had LAW
Endorsement to Lake- at Mule arse than p.-abed a aeplIMed ......... aacsedad to YARD

land MeetingPOOL the are amsa.s In me ewa" I B. can-& rtV atra0 1
i Union Easter Serrice bond was MISS be boo- to spew SQ&hran and Sjke Reappointed

COMMITTEE TO T* Be Held at SwrW.,as plumbos. .. ev.t.ag and visa i Voters to aay pneeBd am olal to Police I
,' Impre.emeass to essfby derma neater 117c to the anion" fll
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at for FXabflrrtui CteRbyreatHi no beard member -- sire dsteict"ad Of n MnlKat. m tile mart -

$15 Voted Toward Cost tte rues at ttemrtav =man I, Pmw"da7- barns at!Civet .en tbt onffomo. prohhLitmat. 'raw
. CMtaf awm Utah will Otter prafettt approved but amt Sunday sate .., ..hwh.e'ebenvedea
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of I te teM to Leon Par at.aVtoekSuBitar niarttd tottode tofcriar pme- as well as the sag ow i

t Tragic Light laanunfc nnwirri- the:. buff af oho schools ef tlomeataad CBAS.G.TURNERAIKOUSCEFOR serving of Item to and V siu... f ffaut
of llm). BHCnd (S !IISM).
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Bew. A. A. KonOtoe. tae do dated Mae" and I
Approval ot a ...-& to tile BctBaad Dtasrttt ItentctiMvfak ad FWrtot PIUS). erne tIP try the Hoa nan d \

come Ite stole af rteid aid Amaneiatian Is spomroriaIt t JII9je Council ramie UMhdmy silt Lam '
trees a now stab ad UK podia tea but not rrt MJ Txtd InctoiteMOM 'ow ? KA
amt event i tertel'toVHcP\ ', .
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MA'1(a hoc are wsa thfOQdi ft<*Ic '41w iIIrweCIIII a.. lbe.--wi dews" wm astateterb co n O Rr tree sari d beer.. '
t. posed
, 'j I Mcttem ........- ., atn.. Ite Err BMarTEctet..peter af w lrtmps ter Horssnied, leSbed
Saaajftar. Lhsaid, Veteua caoa- Kamw and room die Lam sorrow. Its -- Sunday '
< a.nlleI. the orCooant *-
the Hna>i ia seeded ftnde
:: h ties was voted at a wew.bess6dp.tdd'I II '! Seriisase ........ fey ..:.new ells leases and a bammy al Third Candidate Seeking that the *U.y a4 wtov 'i, .

I taeeeI' d of fte Re4Sad .... C K Wawa aimc a( tile!I *Jar Baoatad Hat*School to 5th Dis departnrst *f any fiqow ortab

\ CBo odor of c-ce That BaptM Ctemk: pny r. fey!1 end HJlt saw af dais todeta aWOBM far Flows.:KMtvatetmtea Represent and ... alFrbeSdeaup8tlvsbe pootHtoBoi ofaad t

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This action followed. a S. Atoi KpMapal OaKfe,' ortor BKbt to T a-aock UoMbjTte
\, 7L L. new at ..... BCTter .tCw the ...1' Curie a Tamer.VIM lea fee I
nd tile bfBKBrtB Vy .' ..... orrtine* ot fte or-
'I' I .Matfi ws.OT tttot"'f*stab! K. A. Soper. porter af tile J1 rio:TRAFFIC Gh DamOtaatie nmrr. 0 NOW 0003ty da.aae Me"hawffog mptOltstwtme t
I It IIiIiIrtd. IsIL
chid" arvotoabian wlddb betold Baala.d Onanantr : coma iaierer. to )
I .* and movie. and sale r enrtof
use applying far a theater l f NEWPARQNGUSESFpROTY L. Coot 117 tare 9... be e.ieara were kit saIeged. j

loader fte MM ef KNT rtoriaXInc. ITxL Maaatlvtele 11111.KrL sing;\ wade tile expel: ld asrsim Oairilaiaoj & W Mortis led
Yes '
Be eetBard the ttntory el (U* wk Oat te will a(.to 1at.1
w ante cad Ten swmot oft' a ftfct: to base the wdsste aaaK
the present ae.essae. betor aad JIM S. U Vat wiD ")\ taadUMr for that ad toMort 0oJ Iura-li.rfc .weed. teM III Orion"a to tile Dra cr retie price t
a dart. Batr. Boy. Ron Lard beer as well as rtiwtey arced wiehe
lad Oct M, and farther perfected AtaucMr. "..,.& a Hoed Jam Already to fte race the SUBOBT sale baa and te Ju.aided .<
at a mtoK to Serums OB Dart Have 0 JeaaT sad 'AS Baa 45 Degree StaB, Xo parking JT D arm nd Prro Hi wereimy -1 at first by CWtaaitoMn J

11. at fee call dRay Seldow d,I. Poseur ot JcaaT KaMe we lie PostMice Mr TInIIrrea&the tintS !, U Bourse .nd J. G Yjra. c- I
rat Pate Beach a.bs <4 of Tracks for mod tuoiarir of sob rnnk (
.., h7 the conci (iti>a. and Low AJP dames Tits wants!
..Demons ra atatfa come"teed Cornerf4sedaoa Federal *imp Bne declared brat tetef mat a.- '(

the fa. ...-.c 9iaaal char f atioban d Bo.agscd !rtaBtana of beta s the. tea -:4emnrt >,
met I SPONSORSTO autooBrtie tnfBe .j Be was bas m Acroaur Couay. _
'r TEAM I af aa slid aad M a boll brag as a u.'rea be er.ral {.
Let rued odd cuMbtf i taeeting I Kc.u.tIINI"
} was dwdaM to te held to ...... ;It.- and Ftefter ateaoca nand Moaned wilt to* iMnnto to Ba&t.ft ( totalOM r.- 1
!! aMnaed. Ite nvbcKteoti. -
bed yntardsy After be bad .1 MEET AGAIN ..... fll ..stied now boas an .- HctoterattmatdB-te t obi woes" bnep.ag sot assthis" i
pIaiIM4 the saes Studied to oa the poet acne toner and -, : Bwnnaiad. MiKorrW
,! ...... CHy Crife B. MiJtao Oat. 7.
adisernesat. et oJI tuAm IBM to the. tea
aosatasmt = WEDNESDAY:i i I tmotae IMvcnay oCMaryland. aKitMOl far
,ON and the :
and section of Was dIr: WM .west, beer
e wool a more lessons i ; te vat srdA"s "(meat the
\ failure. I, the dIir Grist bvm voids rfaatoMtdtoK. i
auteQs and MHlii Florid attained by Hevwadndled -I acrmdment wm fart far seat
d )verb florid to get far :!! Monday mien spa "cO.e.mdsbow -:petered bar MI UUad The amended onpwrxa .
BaD Association tree Maryland
Diamond at to
tt des 14 sae tu wooer lit a joint a swell vow War te diw.me was sea adopted sma-
tse'"heas be be ties prapora este Votes to Start Play hosaesboea and wee.... ot the during tte t- .

t v rap.awetati.n to the ks wtaa.r.-I I Monday Hay 2 Refiaod Dtiteirt -tire d exec i I veto. I final VM ffrra also 1a

yi K. WattoB.... eat the *pprvnt -, sesee I I<< JIr 'IW1IW tame Isbfamafted ass }UB* yard otdiuai* ...,.
U the chamber be *e5 Tot oamaset0.ppeinted. at met Sa iris .. ot a Kted car
I Pmm.CTBM .r dubs decirinffto w Mrdsooae the .. ratter amt eeeaaaf'
cngiied to Me.ScldM at,M** toua to ettlKf af Use.J nqoert at te dteoter: of tamottc : tor his toT *t =rise arcoD and Kto*. ,

to* to b. held to Lrtrtmd.Picddcnt two iponwe diamond tea User ire Darned. tat weeks crash Nil of toBoviDCIte a car,I.Chant George of.a. TXawc grove Sr, ....Iatbel'.I I Bifjivay trbte sad can an die..
Archer aid that aitadito auailf-iaUl seabed and heir sangli tor '
jka to Ite BrdUad Dbtrtct an* to front at. tea a rmdm of IMUnd rear
J& l'id4 Md oat bees tw tad to te Present ar hate reanMeatattrw hobs a track puked i ante that ytac. tt* raturaed tot too hfl lit sat tte toodKap* ata
settee Ox .seer Wemn codas,Oca.Kccn-, Arnuu l ---.
talk betas the cfaaa cr at a weft of Baaacen.and tmiiMa nMt* and tees ItM to wee D.iI..ar
Idea at say iaraMbato actua b.- XKtuni to tte Saint of ass ed that aa tracks te a3vwcd I VMawM to the real aoare iUn i tech ... .'
tat nor. Wednesday park to front of that sire or ctotwcd yards and propMea oat they aaartte .
leg takn s the question Broader Umber (lea & tale laments; hem He ww
for Uw pvpe: d infcnoiii OnKBten .)slat at a weloc j I land Uotan, aa tint aKtM of of i toHMfto oHnury .t the cadooMl by a srB-eo.rarMdnl
aa M I Krone scare to tte leoatoa and warip.osaad t..iJdiID& Ac**
.t wand WM Anne Ftcerat todicittom are fee Sametea.ad budding is s- Ate.sedans.
{d Lost Vary would b.fnywnd' adJ tars lows A teacat WIt! V O 'a taroaeA ttmnM.!! awQ from of thetare ale to UM and (tSI betas of tte caused taon.ed: naoeevus ;
drxamed seoesarybuy T Braokeiand : and fc Ite tecteatoc I with his aoaVtM rn)1
Co vemier
pehmeetz Home .1 that poctiIe along asa 8 ... f
1 Kchvay.
|Ole chamber was ready to tab Umber c. nprld Chipsfziprtbsg. OMtaea to tea new Federal.Mr. SuCJvaa **eckJet nape
'"- antis without ftwfter eoBaUtr- WaJtcoi KuraerieiDBer la Kkfitkn a dfaCraIII-atbCombowed Tune to un wa ricclcdto of peace sad W. & 8ykeat i

abaft ten WM BO ttrocca a] of toot mum chaMpianship I ( omVrt. Pao Tashel I a Ares as mter of tile total was caesppar.4d... p.cbobows an awes.ae
---- 1 Oa -
... Mr. WaI11III. f mike
dataaded aad the pimp i far Rediu
far podpaars I based ot Uaiiiio
..... CMr'I4! usual. GertmiBM Appeals X C.Vyoav Mr WyoaiiniaBiaiaiiiiil
volts Mn.
n 14 asks IM .ft*are Mktot pose to toto farm rife ScteaL Be aad ntlnBiiiiB
btsosrei7. I voids .1I I Fir Flood Rene FandiXedtand i Turner and their On ctddna aba dad tile city

Ttatps B. BbS. Mash I bealrasrobe boa bees, ready ..1 ;jid CTKribntiaei bore a bass to Bedlaad art abed without a third foaeeaffker
\i some
s..:I jail the B sager and at IU aoMtiBCfltte duriag the Summer y
tile cham. ..b.e.r...dA ..asere..e.. e.e, ,. 117 week te Rotary Ooh: .i" te Bed arm Dart wild 1d I, TIM w.asbias and MM****. Floyd >* via tednvptd X
.. to a...-m. ....
M1 set tile loot swabbush stpeaenet d the dossed hd .bows else"ahead araia.rr.ra. ....... May t. Actual by pet
Cbojtv.idtas and the amen" aOIdId to fa) gunk" sf& fmosr taaura at Mayor
a tootcU tittered
Rangeland oiammrwtad
r 1MII idea to
kid at
eetisg <
.had* -w. a ir.mt1Iof to Spanner a ... 11'.. KKteaey :. chart: af setoff was apedeII tern. IIiII6e ;xu. Kia Bar .. tan. T.Harper.to Bttta say fsa..
taUduIr tbla ..a.. Mn Vav L Ciinaii .. adie.s star -
VM spooked to .. pet eevaemneea
cift&dub and wwtey .
a jDIIII \ era,MAY"we Ar- -' = l
butt Red CAM his aeewa
: sick by
consent and in Oe tIIItiaC ad arnwassarsta.I ,.", 4 11 SS' IDa IIU
a.County eaehomiaior for It ,',d serf BieetiBiTaetday S--- a a 1l ..a"-- a leaned
,1M by b .
E is apply,. aiIM to saw F II:.c rep. dove bee dial are a II ABC 117 Ole--=u. Tte eoayva'a amttwos
vattabindry start reads bed es II* mend to fin Ar- S L \-. PJe aJ V.Me .
....Drs a 1I'PA project law a warn tluer ftnt to play Mcorfur: dJrtricte4d Mm Cetakaa '1Ap'. t 11 9293Apr sews Xante
ne membershigsfeetbg May 4.. Tie appbcaflai of Abed Band U M. CZbte.fJ Eerier ?
avoid move, da tttl Apt a ..
am..... W. Bann M 1 TOW to te aeoRkecper was .>. 1 tope Oat wt a t N 'tI 323R ( on I)C* TtxSxt)

..-L more as4ywal.vy
(Cfca&mtd on hall Fhnt; \'

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. re Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday. April 10. 1936.
Rotarians to as, both colored, were each fined
WHEAT RUNNING "Opportunity Rooms" Would Save Sponsor tit and eosta of '8.10 when arraigned
Diamond Ball Team
before Mayor M. Silver-
FOR RE-ELECTION Unusual Child, Says Mrs. WalkerIn man Monday morning by :Marshal
Retail.merehandjsing as appliedto Wm. J. Oerenhooi'
the business was the
I every school In the county: Carl Wagner principal of thai grocery made
of vocational talk
subject a :
Purchasing. Agent Says! thefe are a few children who cannot school reported that M of the 34 by James Wollaro at the meetingof
I adjust themselves to the rou- musical Instruments in the school Re-elect
He Has Kef used to Be the Homestead Rotary Club
tine and"program in our public band have been paid for.
"Rubber Stamp"C I rtioots;-Mrr. Kelt 1C "W.tter. Ajinuuiitf warmsdr -that building.Wednesdayn. ia that, Lft'r C. L. WHEAT -
member of the Dade County school the association: will have charge
L. 'WIIea-; this week announced beard, 1oM theReaanff'P>T. AIn of the .n to stone apoltlfeal ..,A-elar4net-e i4*..toHnelepHon !
his. candidacy for reelection a talk on "Unusual Cbjtdren rally at the school on May J. was played by George Trick and dY
Dr. H. S. Welts"'ttlll'lano IcetIft'IlIanI11Jeat : -
at a Fathers' Night program given
to the office of Dade County
purchasing uagent. to which he In; the school auditorium, Mendel Death Takes MotherOf The club by voted Mrs. Julian to sponsor Webster a B 1

hit been elected for three consecutive evening. Frank and Bevo WebbMr. league diamond ball team and appointed -
term Those who have vision
faulty j W. II:. Rheney manager.I .
Mr. Wheat 8S yean old, .It a of bearing, the mentally slow, the and Mrs Bevo Webb and I Rotarian Frank Rue president of ,
native born Floridian and received evaluate, the tone dealoand children Frank Webb returned Monday I i the diamond ball association, reported \ 1r
his early education: In the with the attacking type of from Sumter Ga., where they| the progress of Its activity
pubhr. schools of Dude County. personality and those with the went to attend the funeral ser i and said the games were expected!
lir hat been actively Identified withdrawing type all need individual vices of their mother, Mrs. to get under way about the first
" ,ith the Democratic party and was attention to a greater W. A. Webb, who died Friday at i>'of May. I {' Yf
"in'" the Young Democratic Club of class. daughter. Mr. and Mrs! C. L. Fain j: SPEEDERS ARRESTED !
"Some of the things that might ''1
Dade County and served ai chair-! in Apalachlcola.
nun of the organization until sec be worked out for these childrenare Mrs. Webb had for many years !I Arrested for speeding on Caves I Ii
ally when he resigned to run opportunity ropiju Lujght by spent the winter season in Homestead I avenue in Florida City Sunday
for re-election. He ham been ac- experienced t acrffifttniQborten- with her sons. This winter, i Chas. Bivens and Otha Thom-
tim in civic and welfare work In ed hours for the fjmHnd second I however, she did i not come (this far I Purchasing Agent
Dade County for a number of grades that would-sea Sc 2jt possible south. She died after a one-
years. for the teaduJW&Jut*'gradesto month Illness at the age of 77.I PROVEN FACTS; ?'
During Mr. Wheat's administration give Individual help to puplty I The( survivors Include: (our 9tft of all neat f
be bas Ja the -'jt-Tr grinirr.trf .1it elementary
tarried 1 on an sons Bevo and Frank Webb of through the Office of Dade
fight for eontinuattoo. school. Homestead W T. Webb of SmiuVvllle i2a.FDR County Purchasing Agent
/ice. tha5 "In the junior and senior high Ga. and J. R. Webb of Dawson for 'UPP1JeeWr,
He states that every '\ school -there) is. need Jot an in* Ga.; and five daughters, Mrs. -materials, -elan boa gene "t
made to the cfUzetis dividual and vocational school, .
Dade County C. L. Fain of Apalachicola, :Mrs. to Dade Cent menhaats .rand
baa been fulfilled via: (1) especially equipped to train pupils M:'M. Fain of Havana, Fla. Mrs. ....fad.....' _
Equal distribution of the county who are) not naturally fittedtocarry W U. Wells and Mrs. David Harrison
business- Aa average of 4SO men : : on academic work. There of Ashford, 'Ala., ana 'Mrs.> : 'YIIIiRCHILO Every Prvniae .Made -
chants have reeet e4 business annually are about 400 students now In theseventh A. L. McLendon of;Dawson, Ga. Has Been Fulfilled "
during bis. term of office. and eighth grades of ourcounty She leaves also, a sister, Mrs. R.1 SEI PAGE U Paidrwakal AI..N..at.a .
(f) Preference to Dade County : who ought to be In such a K. Webb of Americus, Ga.
merchants. Ninety per cent of an schools
money spent through this officeof Unless some provision Is made
Dade County purchiiing agent for these) pupils they: will likely
for supplies machinery, materials, drop out of school. Not being able
etc.. has gone to Dade County to earn a living many Of them
merchants and manufacturers (3)) will become criminals or will be 7/k-III4-IVJ 1I r
Fair competitive bidding. on relief rolls. ,
The following statement was "Such a school In our county
given out by-4ir. Wheat: will be expensive of necessity but
'I am deeply grateful to the citizens not u expensive as the care of
of Dade County for the honor criminals: or relief workers."
they bestowed and the confidence "Practically/ ; an of these chil
-they placed In toe; by electing me dren'' can be trained toW become
Dade County purchasing agent useful citizens, able to support
When I announced my candidacy themselves. If ",un help themit ,t
for the first time. I promised the is our duty to do so." ;
. 'itwens of Dade County that I Mrs. Clinton Pepper gave a
. ,",.Id be the purchasing agent In reading and Miss Myrtle Kerfoot
t "t and not a rubber stamp I played two piano solos. Community -
1.1,vc proven that 1 have fought singing was led by Mrs. I
hn-d, for the continuation of the Chas. Cox. Ralph Fletcher made
.:t!I co because I sincerely believe the opening prayer.be I '1.
it IS a saving to the taxpayer. I
have been Independent In my dishonest to myself. I have
thinking and operation of the office managed the attain of the office of I o
If I should allow myself to purchasing agent as a free man *
become a rubber stamp, eliminate bound by no one and no Influence '
im own personality my own reasoning other than by: my own dominating may
, powers and capabilities In desire to render honest, highly efficient
lire! important matters that come service to the citizens of I
before me for decision. I would Dade County." I'I i





POTATOES BEANS, TOMATOES, BIOrATIONi' tt ; TJERB ready and waiting is the Series lee so rugged you'll wonder what serv

11 40 Buick Special tagged with the ice stations are for and thrifty as you
On extreme tip of U. S. mainland, *iut lowest prices in Buick history-easily never bought an eight could be. .
of Jlumvstead and Florida City: thirty miles south .
111 within reach.
of Miami. 4"r;! your It will cost you, under the new General "
Q It offers not just but the oil. Motors Installment L
l/Ei: Twenty-five square miles to select from. Our t'Jj' power, Plan, only two or. '.
7. tenants and sub-tenants numbered approximately : hushed, mile-eating1 powder-Bash power three dollars a week more than the i..

one thousand this season. of the ablest strsijht-ei engine in the lowest price cars This time-why not N .r"e

P4 WATER CONTROL: Our lands.,. criss-crossed byuiuiiaU t'Jj' .... worldl I something special-a Buick Special?

and large canals with automatic gates h', smooth-with the solid, lasting, lash- M $/9-IJ_" 'M lid trial tfittww
a: regulated by tidewaters, dredged to bay channelRKRVJfKi free smoothness of precise engineering #65: Imtitt*l Flint,Mir*.,ntjttl .'
.cII4'I''Ww.CfoIl.J.rJ '
::>> : : We own and maintain the latest machln- -the positive torque-tube drive-road- W ".m.---' pnfl 's <

0emery equipment' to clear, plow, dies, ditch and leveling Knee-Action wheels all mtJtll ml mint ..". All Ankh frial iittlmJi sag ylea
prepare your field for planting if desired. Wq.,1. .0 fast-but its abundant speed i i. balanced ,.uI 14....,.*l ittnltrj titifmtut, ,
also offer our tenants the advice and supervision c:: *
of an expert representative of the North Dakota with the smoothest, lightest tiptoe MONTHLY PAYMENTS '
Z potato seed commissioner, along with our efficient hydraulic brakes you ever put a foot to. TO FIT YOU PURSE M.

w : state experimental station, located: within t' It's a dream to handle. It's a joy to own 'ird chew<*/ Cnml Utttri ntullmiml fU*
our boundaries
e:: > ,;"
rtODlTTiOMt This: area supplies fresh vegetables
to isle markets of the nation during the winter Z :
W months and ships, on an average _ri II1-flftto 'Cj= "D1.t.711e .

t:: 'one period.We hundred. Carloads daily during! the harvesting rIJ '.P7 i

tevHe the Inspection es experienced farmers ....... -A e1111qAU 11IIO'101I tlOOUCT' .................".,,-. ................... ____........ ,

ant are aw soliciting reservations far ..lit ssaass d


HOMESTEAD.: FLORIDA Phone ,18; Homestead/ Florida > .



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Friday, April 10. 1936. THE LEADER..BNTERPRISE Pat Thrw

and belief in Ole XnMtag >hand> Of I Baptist Revival Will Morning......* will begin en Bettor
NO CANDIDATESAS a Supreme Being Mr. Sommer Monday at IM and continue "I* your husband better_ MnMeadow
concluded by reading "When Is a Begin Sunday Evening I throughout the revival **" i i I
SPEAKERS IS Man Educated?" by Joseph Newton The evening service will be alI "Yes, thank'e*, *tr; tt don't take i
Revival services will begin in o'clock. Mm long to vituperate."-Punch.
The three patrolmen in Dade the First Baptist Church Sunday I i
VOTED BY LIONS4A and Broward counties made 1500 evening with a sermon by: the
light corrections from March III pastor, the Rev C. N. Walker

Road Patrol l Work Re- U March 31.-Inspector Bass ..14.1 Mr.Monday Walker evening will, and preach Dr. again Kerr Chas. G. Turner

viewed by Inspector "Sometime when you tell a, Boyce Tupper of the Temple Bap-
man he haa only one light, he turn
tist Church
in Miami will preach r
Toby Bass his switch on and be has two Tuesday evening aa_
lights, but the Jaw say you must Dr. J. Dean Adeoek of Orlando
Until after election no candidates have two lights with a dimming who Is the preacher for the revival r 'twv tYh His candidacy fee
for public office will be permitted device tor both, so that doe not
services' will preachWed 0
to address meetings of the let him out" ,
nesday evening and throughout'the
fledland District Lion Club, the The inspector have made a particular COUHTYCOMMISSIONER
wees? The revival will continue -
club voted unanimously Tuesday drive on cars without tail through April 24.
night IIM..an4 on parking of cars on N '
Baptismal service will be held) !
This action was taken In. line the highway both cause o' many Easter
on Sunday the evening
with the principle of LJoni inter- accidents, Mr. Bass said Only eervice .
national and other civic club to It Inches of concrete may be used (.
District No. 5 Dade
avoid any temblanoe of partisan for parking be said. A special I ,
politic at their meetings. After effort to correct "quite a lot" of I tlona in commemoration of holy County
considerable discussion it was dangerous parking on tbe bridge week. .
agreed that even though the candidates near Tavernler ha been made. Chas Pratt, president of the I
might ipnk on subject "Truck have been slowed down club, styled W. I. Flit as '"G-Man Subject U the Jane .
not related to their political aspirations to 39 mile an hour," said Inspector Flsk" because of his persistentand Democratic
their presence on the I Parks. All truck must have successful efforts, with the Primary
program In the midst of the campaign correct lighting facilities and an co-operation of committees from'
might be construed a* an efficient rear view mirror tend other clubs in ,getting the 4-A Your Vote and .
indirect method of presenting must stay st least 18 inches from road patrol established
them for consideration the right edge of the center line President Pratt appointed a Support Solicited
The work of the recently inaugurated -! to the highway nominating committee composedof
road patrol on State "Passenger may fun fasterIf Part. Presidents Flak, W. a, FM Mttial A..mil unit to
' Road 4-A wt*' reviewed by In*I .they ehoose, as. long a* they Talbott. Claude Alien and L.: R
''spector'Toby, Baal. one'at'tb*. ataja.. ia tha dam U..*of tneJtetVter GaUcJwr*..d. as. initiation coma -
. patrolmenWtf _*"'presented' line ab3dM'tStart dodrftogt/ and itt..'*compawd of a. R. Salinger,.
, with A eoay(<' the resolution- out ot tram e.9 George. ..Coope pod. George L.. EXPERT REPAIRING ,
pprftta...' passed'by tbretubJaBtweearwx 1 Stf Bass-said that the state road $wa.ra. RADIO
.ti .' *.:WB0vi anotha patrol. t>rirat.W_ "copy- tar nil partner. Inspector fc.W. through tegMatare-tor1*v state teem:the Homestead RoC.ar7--CIub
M. ,D. JA@eanw'J IV
L fof tofeUmeetlng oa April 22, **,
bad ec
.PartIIr'.bo been detailed rrverV Iil'ftUl"amt ,utomobtle"We
for duty north of Miami*becau tnape loo law,. the-Rotacy pleating j jgUp I id6N., W-a sAve.ae Phone -6144s J JII
.of traffic in tatatteUan with-Pr- are also trying to take" I ball. Zioepas a d- ,
Ident Jtoosevetr*.rattan from fishIng t'road pahllt' std of politic and
put it under civil service regulations -
I ,.L, Summers, principal the ," 'h* said "Florid1. highway -
ppmestead and ,Florida City patrol system Is patterned
schools, spoke on "What Should after that .of Ohio which, only
the Public School Build in My three year old ha*. improved on
Son or Daughter" He said the i the patrol of other stale lie
schools should strive to develop hope improve OB Ohio system
s in pupils straight thinking; a ca- I wherever we can."
pacity see and appreciate beauty Music on the program was furnished -
in nature and art; a respect for by pupil of Mrs Annie
other .JuidJUicln abilities, based Mayhew FUzpatrick. They ware
on service-in the,community rather Qtha Hackler, \-1\11' xylophone.
thai: on: dollar and cents; a and .Alta-, Webster Nina Pearl
background Information as to BushTElmeda: 'Roberts and.Buddy
how past generations ttved tar erd Fitzpatrick" with violin 'Mr*.I
<* to evaluate properly evlstlng Fitzpatrick played piano accompaniments
I" conditions; training for the task In The numbers were
life that will make him happiest; Easter carols and similar selec ty, ,'rnY 'A'' th


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Four THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Friday, April 10, 1936. ,. :"
Pare ..,. '
-. w. that the Soviets are trying to destroy .,

THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE FROM OUR MAIL BOX world.other governments of the I,

Published Fridays at D see- __ J.I urn.
H H"" '" "The Soviet's representative at :
*stead Fuu. by the South Dad ,
Publishing Co. Japanese Greed Cause of War in Mongolia meetings of the League of Notions ,
and other world conferenceshas rJ! Bird ,
F. Commander in Russia
BEN ARCHEREdlae Says Former A. E. I proposed and continued to advocate ,

has arisen. New provocations are disarmament far In excess
Editor Leader-Enterprise: Told Us!
Entered a* second class mat A letter from Japan, prominent- being made in an attempt to cre-I of what other nation are willing ,
seedier March ... lilt. at the peer displayed your valuable Paper ate a new war. Peace, I belM've'1 I to approve. The Soviet have also
dIM at nomestesd Florida, MJer two weeks ago under the heading I Ie Indivisible. We, a* Americans proposed non-aggression pacts: to
tin art ef March 1. 1ST*. "Russia Real U. & Menace, can only bring peace to the world I an neighboring countries. Stalin That Miami city authorities[
Not Japan" call for an answer, by standing on the side of Justice, has repeatedly said that their activities some time ago banned the movie
could -be on the side of the people' will and I are directed: solely toward horse
tV*. PRICE KM A TEAK and probably nobody race betting school which:
better qualified to supply that the people' right to express that the development of their own swells the box office receipts I b
answer than our own William S wilt country with the view to givinga whet the desire of children tori
I WILL NOT BC DENIEDI Graves, major general, V. S. A.,I "British interests were active in broader and better life to the "easy money" and train them fol

erstwhile commander of the A. E every way in the anti-Soviet propaganda Russian people. race track gambling career,
will not be denied
r. In Siberia In HIS, who instatement a in 1.1 -20; the Japanese "A Americans, we must recognize .
The happiness due me; on the U. S.-Jap-Rus military made no effort to conceal these facts and know that our That the acquisition of i spec-'
1 Will east fear aside, situation to the press.,..: their desire to seize eastern Si- side is beside these peaceful people tack by I certain police officer I
I will look Into the hlllrFor "Again the war clouds gather beria. Every attempt was madeto who are creating fuller live for win soon be followed by another1\!

I will not strength be denied to renew KM over the Far East Again the sinister use our money our supplies and themselves; and not beside those Improvement In facial appearance)
What Creator wllli forces which are trying to our soldier to aid them. By Impartial who would lead humanity into -If there to no bitch in municipal
my : '
destroy the peace of the world investigations I was con- another world war. payday a
The happiness due met '
move forward. Japanese troops vinced that selfish motives' were "A American citizens, we must That Councilman Morris
I am King, I will gain Invade Mongolia. Tanks artillery responsible for the misery and stand for a rigid observance of earn a two-year remembrance caaj tori
My crown of achievement; cavalry descend upon a suffering caused by: acts of aggression American ideal In the gathering himself and his fellow member of\
With the earth my domainI peaceful: people. similar to the act: of the Japanese conflict our place i* on the side the council if he can figure out

will ting and rejoiceAt "My mind traveb.back to 118 today In the Far East that seek peace, the lid* com way to continue his present',
sorrow' bereavement. when I was in command of the "The former Czarist officers that truly represent the will of its street repair program-and get ,
I am King, I win gain American forces sent to Siberia.As who still want their old jobs own people to live peacefully and some oil on the regraded section I
What will gladden my voice: a representative of the Amer- The Japanese military adventurers prosperously."We before they blow away in dust !
My crown of achievement? lean people, delegated by the president seek glory and gold. should use every mean at .."

I win not be denied of the United States to aid "In the background most capitalist our disposal to prevent a war, the That School Board Member Nell
The sun and the shower; In maintaining a line of communication nations still stand ready roots of which lie in the same soil Walker is hewing to !the line la <
I wilt ever abide through Siberia, I attempted to consent supinely to aggression from which sprang the Siberian concentrating her attention on. ;'
Where the earth U my friend to maintain strict neutrality in against the Soviets if their own intervention 1918-20.." plans for scholastic Improvement
all political between fac in the schools and at the same Urns
Where Nature give power.I disputes Interest are not threatened. Yours very truly, t
tions. F. S. SCHERR. taking n competent part in effort
will not be denied "What can we, as Americans
AU the rapture that blend "It was impoasibl Strict neutrality do? Homestead, Apr. t, 1131. to straighten out inherited bust. .
The sun and the shower! : Impossible in a situation "We must seek to keep the pence neu tangle and Improve and increate v
--Lynn Russell In the American such: as existed In 1918 and suchas : and at the same time prove to ,-'- .. the physical asset of thacounty' :

Eagle, will exist' again if a war of aggression those who are not aware of the Jingling: SawsBy educational. system.*
begin In the Far East truth, the fact that such conditions I That Council President Tom
Annie Majrhew FlUpatrlckI
CLOTH OF HUMAN HAITI today' exist .. Harris Is no slouch at wielding ,j
self- --" .
"In 1918 sinister forces, of "Unquestionably the gavel and preventing discussion ,,-
Practically all the cottonseed oil which Japan was one, attemptedto interest are-th motives which go to bed soon after eight, of the subject in hand from "-
used for culinary purpose fa frustrate the desire of the greats prompt war preparation and I No klddJn'; flittering hither and yon, Into ty. '''
trained through press cloth mad of the Russian people to live deeds of war such as the Japanese It I get up at five, it'* late way and highways that kadetb. r
from human hair. The hate need their own lives under a government act: tn Mongolia. No klddin'. everywhere and nowhere.
for this purpose may be from the of their own choosing: "A American we must do I never have an ache: or pain, !
to fourteen inches long. They are "My order were to take no more than learn the truth. We On every trade I try to gain.If That even charitable minister ,.
first spun Into a stout yam and sides. I attempted to get at the most resist the Intense propaganda not quite wtae--tltleutl'na.ane.. of the gospel sometime "bewi ,?)
then woven Into heavy fabric sixteen truth to Judge each tta a* itarose. which seeks to make us believe I No kiddln', ot Creek bringing gift*.* ;;,
Inches wide. Two factories '

which manufacture press sloth "What did I find .
from human hair are situated in "On every, hand the former 'LCHIr
Columbia, S, C. when the Indus- Czarist officers: worked hand in 1t .I.11
y" 'UT-Wes--brought to the attention glove with the military and civil :: .
f the
writer preparing article
leaden of the Japanese, the British -
*o the vicinity for the American and the I'rttIeb-end in some ,
Guide the government's forth
case with our own Americanconsular
I.'OIIWI'volIIn travel beaocI- -
representatives '
"Whenever I investigated I
In the cottonseed oil mills a found that the mass ot Russian AMA 4r ia0eSlttfl'/'iff[! ,v.w.aeerm.wt
measured quantity of cooked cottonseed people were eager to be left alone, / IVr sEn A'tSescY awwrw
It wrapped In a strip of to work out their problrms alone. $OIIOIdYOS AC60as vwr rcr
hair cloth and placed machine They were vletted by murderers svsA.rc.DOSarr
culled a -cake former, where It by torturers. The knout the
Is slightly compressed to make a knife and the gun were used to p
compact m.... The cake still enslave them. N ILOS
covered with the cloth I* then removed I "npoor people were murdered Aet'O. O S'WL
to a hydraulic press which: and tortured because of their MOUTH BIAtk
squeezes the oil through the aspirations-and because of their 1 { BASS
The product 1s piped Into CIoth.j desire for peace. GIG1GNfeY '
tling tank and tent to a "I believe that the same methods ,. .f E O".CENN EDYr

The UM of hair cloth for wrapping which characterized the bru-
materials from which oil I*1 tal Semeonol, the murderous Kal-
to be extracted by pressure comes mlkoff and other White Cuardtsts NEST
down from olden times for many also characterize the desperate e Atkof
years, long-fibered goat hair and adventures of the Japanese armies -

wool were .-<1. Afterward, today a-K: ;c j
European manufacturers learned "In Itl', American money was
that the Asiatic camel hair was used to aid these Siberian adventurer -
better on account: of its length and *. Furthermore before I arrived -
stretching: qualities and adopted In Siberia the Japanese
It. The _I'* hair cloth was the commanders had Issued an order
first press cloth used in the United assuming command of American 'j
State In 104, the Boxer Rebel troops. Misrepresentation and intrigue *
lion In Quasi utmost cut off the were characteristic of these u

supply *f raw rnatrial, and man K> anu-aovM farces *i,their effortsto
lecturers were compelled to resortto overthrow the Soviets.'In .
goat hair, llama hair, cow tails, "' those days, whenevr I '4..,-
horses tails cotton and, finally Found an expression of the democratic ':
human hair. will of the people, I respected -
The oriental disturbances which that will I refused to assist in ,

cut of the supply .f camel hall the Imprisonment or death of a SNA.t'6
man because of his opinion because ,
provided a source of almost un. or -
limited supply of raw material for :, he had attended a mottling' ; ())NOF

the manufacture the new type I[ strove in every way to preserve ', "
of press, cloth. After overthrow In* peso and to be Just and fair GiD/its y "
Inc the Manchu dynasty: the Chin to the people* t(4S 7U. iaCN' -e-y E
amen proclaimed their new found "TQ liberty by cutting oil their que, 'CADZST JOB I AX IS A-PvnrXNAAfS

A* the Chinese are too providentto Rebellion because both the men AV JWAORAMe

waste anything that they can and women of China have got into I .../ I
sell, establishments were sons I the habit of dipping their hair f'.'. J<
found to buy up severed qua andsell when it has obtained a salable ---
them abroad. IenrtJa. ..
Human hair ha a greater avenge On the average, about I quarterof I
length and more elasticity a pound Qf half I* used up in I ,
than animal hair and press cloth pressing the oil from a ton of cot RATTLESNAKE GUIDE-tat queerest vocation snake canning plant, and admit that on the wH*
made from it can sustain a pressure tonseed. Th waste cloth contains In all Florida Such is the distinction achieved It i* a rattling good business even when time are

of 11,000 pounds or six tons, about 17 per cent of insoluble by Guy Johnson of Arcadia,', who has made n jpeslalty dull .. '. I
to the square inch. One reason, ammonia and i* sold to fertilizer ef taking eat parties of tourists ajudmss toM k Th. LARGEST 8XALL-MOUTHED BASS Of 1

for the high breaking point i* that manufacturers. In addition to the bow I* catches I rattlesnake in their native ALL TIME IS p.Ads and I eoneea, WIll cavgUhi
human hair i* tine and, so, k plants at Columbia, which make
haunts. The business baa several prenUbl* Lake Gertnd. Lake CmuHy. Florida VnbrearjIS
greater number of fiber go Into! press cloth of human hair, other
the yarn without Increasing: It*I I plants Ire located at La Orange ranches, toe, for Mr. Johnson ales anarketa nutty ,,IMi. It was taken by He. Walker K. KenIMdy. -
caliber The supply Ga. New Orleans Boston, Brooklyn .i ef Jve rattlesnake U .ea*. and sad H* sib It* length Mentioned 11% Inches., to girth ifJ.
hair has continued eeo the Boxer I and Philadelphia. 1 the fat MM for canning purpose to a local rattle tt* lacks*. ;$



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April 10, 1936. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Five
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Easter Program to Be MEETING FOR tended aa usual by wives of the 8 Police Court Cases
I ministers, a devotional service I
Given\ M. E. Church was led by Mr. Ad.... Tried by Mayor HarperAfter

FOR ELECTION AS I t QUICK ACTION a. dearth of police court I'I'I
is the Easter
Following programwhich
School to Be "At Home"Friday cases for the put two Weeks, eight

TAX COLLECTOR, Sunday will in be the give Homestead at It o'clock Methodist : AFTER TALKContinued Evening, Apr. 21 1 onredsappeaswhite and trial before

: Church: At the April meeting o( the Mayor Charity T. Harper Monday"

Years Prelude, "O* the Holy Mount" ( From Page One) Homestead P.-T. A., Friday evening night. They went disposed ot .asfollows I
;For 20 a Tax Consultant ).
(AJPverak ;
port and voted to continue the April 24, the school win be
and Accountant Processional* "Craw Him, With committee permanently until the "at home" and regular claoswork: James J4urphwhite, charged \
in Florida Many Crowns" (Dlad lata). water control project should be will be In progress for Vie parentsto with disorderly conduct, fined Uot
Hymn, "Come Ye Faithful" accomplished Mr. Walton was see. The 4.tt Club girls to the five day in jail; Annie lIMe
starry Goldstein who was ape congregation and choir. added to the committee. cap and apron* they law mad Wright, colored. fined 125 or 2)
Pointed Dade County tax coOee- Apostle's. Creed The chamber voted to contribute will serve* guide for parents day In Jail for Illegally posses
what need help IB finding the Ing Intoxicating liquors Soloawm
tor last November to fill an unex- Prayer. $19 toward the COlt of traffic ; ;
bled term, has formally a room they wish to visit" Mrs. Ben Gorvln. fined U or five day la
light which the
city will Install at
notnced that he is a candidate for Choir response, "Hear Ourrr.1If" the Krome-Flagler intersection Archer of the pn g>am committee jail (or being drunk; WWI Webb,
(Holt). reported at executive disorderly fined,, lift 10
election to that edict, subject .to' This fallowed a report by W.. SIFlflel an meeting Of day
the June Democratic primary. 'I Anthem-choir. Soprano solo- and Chat Caves that the held Monday in Jail; Willie Green Denver Robbins -
Mr. Goldstein 1* a member of the Mrs. Lewis Brandenburg. light and revision of parking rules Two more pupil have been fisted Richard Miller and Barnard
:American Society of Certified Psalm 1A. (Congregation stand. and repainting of parking lines with glares, Mrs J:. J. DyaU: Adams all charged with gambling,
Public Accountants and In 1839, fh&). the result ot a study made by are a the president, said and new all were fined |10 or 10 day In Jail
Was vfce-presideni of the Florida Scripture lesson, Joha 20X-1. Joint committee of the chamberand that need glasses have tt> m. each.
Institute at Accountant and president the council at the
Tbcar quartet, "Th\ Lamp m request of
of the Miami chapter of that the West".-Lyons, brothers.Offertory. rtfleH and! Caret, who appeared Local. Future Farmers t
organization, A tax consults In before the council several weeks Tour Central Florida \
Song (Melli-
Florida for 20 years, he is admitted ago ii delegate from the chamber -
to practice before the United eefcwrtmj.Anthem.
of commerce.At Nine Homestead chapter Future'
States treasury deportment and "They Have Taken the suggestion of Councilman Farmers and their adviser Ceo. t
the United State board, of I Away My Lord" Soprano soto- B. W. Morris who warn present W.:. Wakefleld, left Wednesday for
Mrs. Win. Musselwhite.
Appeals.He 0 committee composed of Mr. a five-day tour of the central part,
was a member of the Flo y. Sermon. "Jeius IB IW-Be*. Caves, Paul Reynolds' Carl An ol the state. They will confer, I E .
Ida legislature for several years A. A. KoestMne. derson and Mr; Bird was appointed the initiatory degree on candidates I
and was chairman of the finance Reception of members to- work with the city council in chapters they visit I Ii
and taxation committee of one ofthe : Beoedlctien and any other committees thatrimy Making the trip were: Mr. ; i

sessions."I Raxponse "The Dresden Amen" be formed to devise ways Wakeflchf, John Fredrick. Myron I Iud
am familiar with the way .hoir. and means of financing repair to GrenneU. Tommy MolTeti, Rich- .

and means to be employed to e *- The choir It directed by Irving the municipal swimming pool Mattson, J. B. Cloninger, PaulSbanklin
:letting taxes ,and seamyself presenting Secretary Chas O. Turner was billy Radford; Roy
JHyea, ME*./ I). Redd" plan-
for the effie: .,tu eoQnc 11& requested to write letters to Congressman Martin and Sam Allen. GeneralPublic i
tor of Dade County open the basis Wilcox and the port office ,
of my ability and experience in department 'ot'r:1 "What's the matter?"
tax matter and tax collections,* Uimsuar Warranty Plan possible i action In behalf "Oh, nothing but work, work, Utilities .'
Mr. Goldstein; said "In the short Protects N Owner office building for Homestead. I work-from morning till night!
time I hare been la office more rfc "Bow long have you been at
Us money bas been eeUecto: than Pastors Feel Council U?" Bame' Phone WS>M

ever before to a similar period." Detroit April -A sensational Should Ban Sunday Bur "I start tomorrow,"-Ex.
Mr. Goldstein la a member and warranty plan on RoRatot, r*; .
a director of VIe Dade County unit frigerators has been announced:
The Redlan District Ministerial
of the Florida League- for Better by Norge division .....-._ Association in regular SCSSHM
Schools; member !*C the board of Corporation according: tD Hew
Tuesday morning at the the PEOPLEof
(governor of the Cipea Air Bible' and E. Blood, president..wh stated of the Homestead parsonage Methodist F
Class member at the, executive that the owner protettkm ttMts
Church. vote IS commend the
committee! the Dada County' provided I* unmetebe*! tat s Country liar Soovts, at America;I duration arid tow cost to the cow day night In prohibiting the sale
and chaftm; I't.the committee on 1 turner. ."*/ ,; of wine and liquor *. Sunday bat Tea are' Abed to
boy scouts. department "f Florida "Each Rollator refrigerator order expressed Ms disprove of the action employ someone to be
:American Legion 1 the announced warranty plan" el the ordinance/ which per year lot Mitecion
He 1* a past commander of the said Blood "will be protected during grits M ale of beer on Sunday. +9 There wW be severalMBUcantJ.
Harvey Seeds post of the American I eta first *f ownership on' Tale 01ftGe
year IT set
May wit a* the data for
Legion, member of Ute Reserve parts and service a* formerly. but the opening of the Redland District w usually the basis soucM oC personal even
Officer Association, the Military addition, certain vital mechanical churches school far religious frlcaisbln sad '
Order of the World War, Mahi parts other than the Rollator
education. It will last a week. t political Influence
Shrine temple and B. P. O. Elks. compressor, such as the motor, will The Rev. M. A. Soper was appointed This has been a _-

be warranted for five years, while dean, and Mr. and Mrs. Soper *w men practice and maybe
Bliss Emily Payne Wins I 1 Norge compressor and seal will be and the Rev. E. L. Nelson will be employed by many
for t o ...........*. However.
protected ten
Prize in Essay ContestMiss years. The own teachers
there am certain **.
I er will gain this longlasting protection A committee appointed to cooperate > { In the McaaitaUon *l
Emily Payne, Redlaad at a cost of little more than with the welfare agencies government gut ie-
High School senior, was awarded ,two cents per month ,ot the county consists of the Rev. quire much mete
J23 at the Dade County centen- "This unusual warranty .it mad H.O. Cowan,the Rev. L. O. Adams than personal and political .
nial program in Baytront Park possible by the mechanical excel- and the Rev. Howard Eckel Influence to
Moday night for writing the best lence of the Rollator, a marathontest After a pot luck luncheon, at- Th qualify office the applicant.el Yat

essay on "The Duties and Functions model of which bo been running I Collector Is .... *
of the Army In Time of continuously. for the equival- those positions. It requires
Peace" in a county wide contest lent of 37 years of household use. a gram who It
The presentation was made by Law than 49 per cent of Norg DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST thorouihly versed la
Major H. Collins ot the Florida users in a nationwide survey reported taxation and In the
National Guard who told Miss the need for any service attention systematic orftnlia.Uoit .
Payne,that she was the only contestant no matter how trivial during of the business of
who had not Included the the entire life of ownership, nylons Hours a a. n, to 6 p. ... collecting mretes Property your sad tell

civilian conservation corps in the and the average total expense of Sunday to U fairly,

army. the small percentage requiring Closed Saturday. I an presenting myself to the etUseashlB of Dade
service wag $1.22. Fay that: reason, County foe the strive of Tax Collector of Dade County
Johnson: "And you say that we-an able to provide this protection Free Parking Space upon Ue basis of my ability sad expertem la gas nut.ten .
Jones made bin money In ell?" at a cost that la not forcing! a\ tax .....UeM. As a tax eonaulUat In florida
Thompson: "Yes;he bad a barb- the owner to pay for somethingthat IM4 N. W. MTH 5T. MIAMI for twenty" ,e&l1.1 have represented thousands of taxpayers
er shop on the edge of a. college Is not required," Mr. Bloodstated. PIIONB In their various probleeia, Involving Federal taxes,
campus,"...Ex. I BUte taxes City and other District taxes. I am familiar
.114&I with the ways and mean to be employed la collecting
taxes Having been a member .* the florid Lecblatere
I for several y._ and serving with mob awn as Senators
r. M. Hndsosi, John P. Stoke. Jobs W. Wafton Joints K.Calklna. .
,. the late Representative G. A. Worlcy sad Eeprsseatattre -
REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERSFOR I B. C McDonald I an familiar with the law and
the making of law. As Chaarmae .f the Finance and
Taxation Committee during owe of the session. I was la
chart of the revision of the Slat ...*_ B4II I haven
CITRUS AVOCADOES I thorough SJBovlMlc of Slat government under ear
sautes and have known mast ., the persona ocawectodwttk.
slats Cs -nt In all parts .. Flan.... daring
I may year past
I was appointed to flit ae UMiplrW term as Tu ,
Citrus and Avocado trees are needing fertilizer to overcome storm damage lasses *f Dad county and have been serving 1.. that f
88tP8dU ****. NevcnbM .... JIM In the short time I
have been In idle* ante Ux money baa be*. ofleer4 Mars
this season's
and mature crop of fruit Bedland Brand fertilizers are ever before In a similar pertoaV Every eeatevMBt toe

..... iittiitif arias ,sour taxe for the next year. I
adapted to this purpote.Florida fcM ooUootoJ nor *>Uoiq.ont toxc daring my tern of
office than have ever been eolMtod In the history of the

,.Rico.K, record hi har. My ...., ha bean ......*.
y J er a saceen/et professional career In tax _&te.... I...
save the County money awl properly collect the 11_
EastJCoast Fertilizer Co. The none* .. cUta will g* where It beteaf. i
I offer myself for year aetoovaL I solicit your veto
aM support In the coming primary and ware ya that
Manufacturers Redland Brand Fertilizers yew eonndeoM In roc and my abttty .. JIll the Job wilt
be appreciated.


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Happiness and Joy to us you bring! rapidly 'In their' music becausethere : .,':'

NEWS Nor Jane Heffner and Yvonne I art only a few left In the 'tv 41 0
. HOMESTEAD SCHOOL to two lowest group
North Pollard Carolina left last week to return M


......... ...., ------ Mr. Walker Is having the char- Pensacola, Apr. I (FNS)-Fifteen .
acter building class this next
The history students of Mr* other type who perhaps doe not Florida high school students .
month. .
Becker classes are to give I attract to much attention but who are given an opportunity to win Glasses Are NowDistinctive I'
report next week on tome bistort holds the admiration of those with
cat novel The civic pupils are whom he come In contact. This Mr*. rifleld'i pupils have started free tripe to all part of the world,

to have the procedure of the criminal person very likely enter all type on an imaginary Journey to It WM announced her by the Pro- in

court trial of sports with equal enthusiasm France where they will visit Audrey I pallor Club of Pensacola These
for he love his game One In their geography Theyare I I
award are offered a* prize I
day he win over the town cham- making free-hand drawing Appearance. i"
The Junior are beginning an national essay and poster contest e
pion, but he takes his victory so of scene In France.
intensive study In literature of sponsored by the Propellor Club
"The Early American WrlterT, tranquilly that even his best of the United State The title of 4'
The sophomores are studying the friends do not know of it until Mine Nyberg has been tellingthe the essay 1* "The Relationship even younger peopleno

cautions In grammar. The aenlon some person brings It Jnto the fourth grade about her travels Between the American Merchant longer hesitate to *'
conversation week later. Whenever In Norway since they are studying
are enjoying review In grammar Marine and Manufacturing Agriculture
i< he lose, he doe feel a little Norway and Labor", not to exceed wear them.
sad at first but then he know he
of the 1,800 words. Winner name -
f: The member chance Spanish did his best, *o he become satis- In language the pupil In Miss will be announced National Maritime .
class not given I
are fled. How many of us are good Done)'. class are studying quotation -
22 1936.
Day, May ,
their work a* Mrs
forget memory DR. M. C. MOTTOPTOMETRIST
sport? marks. They are also making -
Scott requests tome of the students -
i symbol of spring. Marguerite
to recite it tn
oa every The seventh grade Is making Caruther has gone to Texas For the Best In
in while, much to the enjoyment ,
and E, B. Halms is to North
money to buy a book called
of the of the class. Thereto
a potter display oa the bulletin Young ru of the Upper Yangtze"by Carolina. The children have made OPTOMETRYDR. I 11 McCrory Arcade, Homestead <

board In Spanish and the Elisabeth roremanlVwl This made page for a health booklet .NEUENSCH WANDERDR. ,
I book tell about a lltflf boy who which the printing dice is to e
translation in English. B. GONZALEZ .K'
\ stitch for a booklet .
lived on the Yangtze River in 115 Venetian Arcade Miami I '

The chemistry class I* studying China. The seventh grade ha WANT ADS PAY .
t the principle of explosives been trying to get this book anyear. Miss Williams1 pupil have
made a border of butterflies, bunnies -
and making an experiment on the
preparation of explosives.The and Easter eggs. Thursday
The sixth grade will play Red. afternoon the pupils had an Easter { -
land next week. The fifth grade egg hunt Jack Kemp who was s ,
biology class Is studyingthe
cause and formation of galls. la going to beat Redland next ill a few days I* back in school t s
Thursday Richard Bigger and Each pupil ha* a health castle that
The useful science clam Is studying
Roger Glenn are the captain he builds each day if he ha brushed
the application of sound, while
his teeth, combed his hair, and 1 ,f
the general science class I* studying
The sixth grade pupil
cleaned his finger nails. The student -
the factors of weather and the
the following :
poem then color a block in his
use of the hygrometer.
APRIL castle.

Eleanor Leonhardt who la April shower bring May flower
?j staying out for some unknown To help us pas the pleasant hour Mrs. Edwards' pupil had an 1
Easter egg hunt yesterday afternoon
reason baa kept Mr. Moomaw'sroom
Easter lilies whit and stately at the home of their teach-
from getting a half holidayfor
Stand in row and nod sedately.The er. The room mother and the
two weeks. The) class has,
teacher gave them the and
started a class program this week church bell ring on Easter Easter huntMiss
{ on "Dispelling Old Beliefs" Day egg

To call the people In to pray.
Jackson la very glad to be
The economics girls are
back in school after a few day completing the -'* work In The, tree In Jacket bright and
new- absence, but there are still a few
sewing this week and -wltt begin.cooking !
1 JI8 .Lw",. Sparkle and dance in the morningdew. of her pupils who are Ills Her
duI has mad bunnies with frock ."1
tall coats for the bulletin bo.rd.'I'M' .
Mt. Blackburn who U still ill is
0 April mont/lo'oI.lIuddlnl/ spring pupil are progressing; very
expected to return to school next

wee*. Mr*. Rutland I* 1UII"tub-
stituting tor him.

Miss' Harden1* Latin pupil are vttUaJi) aWaet- dlaRSeloslterpst,

making map of Gaul for supplementary 6 Ygier
work this week. The

ninth grade la starting Julius

Caesar in English,while the eighth
grade I is beginning a study la literature

called "American Legends 51L St. 60 Nina First StONE VALUE :
\ and American Humor", The ,
seventh grade held I spelling contest
last Wednesday

Edwina Close five a reading uu1dIe wG de
"Miss Dorothy Entertains the a '

Minister," during the home room

program held In Miss Hayden'l -
room last Monday, BUtt with streamline styling chaining fin.

lih of Hip Bake Dulux.. ,welded all.Meet

Several bOok report have been !Ii cabinet reinforced with steel Add to tbeee such :

turned In to Mlae Hendershot this features a* the big fMtfreeiing hotter" Triple

week Letter Archer reported on Food laver Set,Adjiuto-ihelf, Improved Eject-o-
"Seaplane Solo", Mary Brandenburg
Cub Ice Tray,and Built.in Utility Buket. Complete
on "David Copperfleld," CENT
Prance Lott on "Claire Ambler" On a handy sliding the lilt with the time.toted Hermeticallysealed

and Marjorie Moser on "Lenneton shelf -The Triple Mechanism with S years'protection again "

the Threshold," "Merry Up*", Food Surer Set. service expense at only $Included In the price.

and "The Prince and the Pauper". Outside value,Inside values, performance values, i

and protection values In the new Wetttnghoute R

Lois Walker developed I paragraph 0 Golden Jubilee models make 1936 the greatest
by contrast in English
SALE value year In refrigerator history rX"w
test This la her paragraph:

'A good sport win without

crowing and lose without cry COMPARE IT POINT BY' POINT '

ing. We all have seen the per- "

son who whenever he may win With the Valugraph you I'

a game or an honor, Immediatelytells can check for yourself point PRICES t +

ewr'OM.whom he see and Begins Monday, April by point, the values offered I FROM

seems to be exultant However, In refrigerators. Let It helpPG81Hig.drysero I +

when this same person I* on the LASTS TUKOCGll. SATVKDAY NIGHT, APR 1' you tie the extra value to 50REFRIGERATORS

losing side he will you may be cold cube rVora the Westinghouse Golden Jubi- 87 .
cure retreat from the group and Hundreds of everyday needs in drugs and toiletries r Cject-e-Cute Tray.1a Rerrpmon.! e

appear to be very chagrined. This at two for the price of -.b \
type of man cannot be classed asa one, plus one cent

good sport Then there U the
Westinghouse '
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DR.B.E.GATLINDentist Annie Mayhevv FitzpatrickGraduate q4a6P& : ../ r

Oberlin Conservatory and Royal A NEW STANDARD P ss.R10ERATOlt VALISE

Office In Hausman Did,, Conservatory of Leipzig

Phone 85 I Ii PIANOFORTE AND THEORY W. D. florae Co. Inc. "

IMMSSTCAD. FLORIDA I Redland Road, Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1422 Homestead, Fla. Phone 607-J ,'

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,Iij.'I> apartment at the B. A. Ennl ion are visiting Mr. BarflekT visited his mother prior to leaving !
home. mother in Georgia for ten d'1L for his home In California.

: In and Around Mrs. Frank Lucas;who has been }dr. and Mri" ; Jack,Eh.icl "\ r4 WayneRotteJjWktr.< \.left'Tut*,. 1 r

visiting relative In Bethlehem, son left Monday for Dover Del, day for Okeechobee. ,
1. Pa.. Joined Mr. Lucas here Saturday where they will spend the ..- r
They are making their home mer. Mr. and Mr*. H. W. Walker and I
I Homestead with Mrs. C W. Mclwtn.Mr daughter will move to Homestead i
Mr. and Mr*. E W. Severy of Friday They have been living lathe

and Mrs. Louis C. Grubbs Miami were visitor In Florida 8t iII, cottage on Avenue B. ti.
City on Sunday, -
are the parent of a son born Sat
Mtchell rulchlni left Tuesday :
Mrs E H. Gallaher la seriously' ter, Mr. and Mrs. Stacy Hawkins,' urday in a Miami hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Frye of Miami for his home in East Sagui Maw
'11 at the Bedland Hotel. and another sister Miss Mable were Wednesday visitor! in
William, *. I' Mrs. J. R. Chsmbllss 1* in a Florida City Herbert Hunter is still on the
Mr. and Mr S. E. Townsend Miami hospital recovering from tick list. I
I announce: the birth of an eight and: Mrs. F. a Wakefield of Ap'.1 a severe boll. Her daughter, Mr. A. L. Blyth of Miami and
I half pound daughter, Barbara I lachicola, 1* visiting her son Mrs. Geo. Flanagan of West her children spent the week-end M A. Newton"th.;; Yacht Na-
:Jar, in the Port Graduate hospital daughter-in-law, :Mr. and Palm Beach, took her to the hospi- visiting Mr*. Blythe'i mother, Mrs. khoda left Wednesday for New 1
Tuesday Mr*. Townsend Gees N. Wakefield.Wm. tal. E. J. Rhode Clyde Rhode also (Continued on Page Nine)
\! b the former MlM Exle Simmon f
C. Payne 1* recovering Mrs. Phillip Reams 1* In a Miami t
Henry Brooker of Pahokee and from_n attack of influenza. hospital recovering from a
I C. B. Abbott. West Palm Beach minor operation performed last
I attorney made a business trip to Mrs C. H. Cap]* of Molcm, Ga., week. !
Homestead Wednesday and visit will leave Sunday after pending Our Students
I, ad a while with Mr. Brooktr'i a week with her ion, Bonn! FLORIDA CITY

son Henry, 3t Caple Walser.and Mr. and Mr*. R. L Mr*. W. W. >T""rr, Corrwpmdcnt

Mra. r. Q. Cole of Atlantic City, Are
V. 3., spent Sunday In Homesteadwith Mr. and Mr A. O. Cain, Mrs. I More than sixty were prevent Successful
'i+, Mr. and Mra. C H. Law John A. Webb and Mrs. L. C. at the Florida City P.-T. A.
s fence. Mra. Cole husband wag Mlchels spent Wednesday and ing Tuesday evening when "
meet-I I
1\\ Thursday deep sea fishing. Marlon Robertson and Mrs
operator .of the tint ferry barge
that transported automobile between ry Cooper furnished a Not one Person finishing the course is un :
Archer Smith arrived yesterday children of the Florida City
the mainland and the keys \
1 before the Card Sound bridge from the University of Florida at Schools Mrs W. W. Save!')', retiring employed.
was built. Gainesville to spend the spring president, introduced the t
holiday with his parent, Dr. and new officers who will preside at
'Jf: Mr*. J. A. Smith. the next meeting The attendance Many of the best positions are held by our
, Mr. and Mrs. It C Caruthen
, award, a half holiday was won students. Make a suney and be convinced.As .
nerved into the Lawrence
' apartment Miss Hazel Bevi whet has just by the fifth grade. ,
: this week Mr Caruthen
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completed a course in beauty
111; 1* pilot of one of the dusting culture in Atlanta returned to her Florida City will enter team In business conditions improve many more
\..rpl.nel:\ at the municipal airport home Friday.T. the diamond ball league being organized -
, In Homettead In Homestead. Bill Meade good positions will be open. Only when
.0.- O.Watklni of Princeton, who will be manager you are qualified can a business man use ..
x Mr. and! Mr*. .W. A. Jordan of ha been seriously ill since: November -
i:,' fort Pierce took an apartment in and Mr*. Watkins returned Mr. and Mrs. J Lee and family you.
, the Hauaman building'Wednesday.. Saturday from Miami where moved recently from Longviewto
4i', Mr Jordan I Is an engineer withk4 they have been since January the former Ben Bigger house
Our the those offeredby
the tate road department who North courses are same as
They plan to sell the stock In their on Brpadway.F
'1' ha been here a week or more in Princeton tore and move to Miami the best schools. Prepare during the
..., connection with' the Richard road H. left Tuesday for
, construction tfontract, He brought his home in North Haven, Conn. summer Be qualified for fall. If you can.

\ !In. Jordan ttava. ,from Fort Mr and Mrs. ,A. L Canon are I qualify we will get the position.
:r: Pierce Wednesday\ leaving soon for their summer A. Mullikin left Wednesday for

... : .... .home in HaMrs. .w..T. Newoomb, Md.
Mrs. tfcatt WnWT* mov.ti I A call will convince you.Homestead .
tri I from 1 aor.opetatlott performed O..J. Patcbett and Mr: P. i JJr..nd Mr*. Silv-stri Bonnanoand I
Monday to the, PoitOrtdtiste Powell and her three children left family left Tuesday for Ful,
[ hospital ', this..week lor Reddlckt UL,.after ton. V,-V '. '
pending the winter in Homestead. Business CollegeHome
Mia Dorothy Cox, Miss Alene Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hoover
,.." /ereoe and Allen West,'student Mr. and Mrs. Russell Elder and and ion will leave Thursday for BuildingProof
i"rrt. at Stetson University at DeLand, 'their little son, Jimmy, left last Krause, N C.
l.rrlved: yesterday to spend theM week for their home in Criflin 'I
spring holidays at their home G*., after spending the winter in Mr and Mrs. B B. Barfield and
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and Mrs Robert S. Dunn
Moved this week from the Lawrence
apartment in Homesteadto
I house in Redland.
t" -
Mr*. D. R. Atkinson of Miami
pent last week with her broth.
er-in-law and sister, :Mr. and Mrs
E. J. DyaLEdw.

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Hughes and Dr. Cornell-
I ion, both of Louisville, K)'.. left
Monday for their home after e.
1 iir spending a week with Mr. Hughe
t et I brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
\r7*. Mr*. H. E. Schaff

,",. Miss Mary Williams and Miss
Henrietta Hartman left last night
\' for Gainesville Where they will
spend the week-end with Miss
William brother-in-law and sis-


i fl Meets AMERICAN first an* sow. LEGION Wwfemfe9.

t 9. .. Americas Let** BU(, of 3ord Economy
(oU peas etflre)Bo.Ui Seems AT*,
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TOW mf !. high-priced. ear,."........-vtihe*! the
l 1 strsas t I Tbabein.,.,.....a Feed Ka_he.......... Qwner'l; record show*.....
Us only U sore co-tUg hu&wds ef dollars SMW Tie Ford V-S laMipoMl ".' 1 w > v* ''I.t

-*. I| pick.*>Mr easily Al all speeds you get the ,"V"'f'8'OPtHATINQ COSTS

1"1 RejuvenateYour ...* It,eaT.-lb *low ef fount which. ..-truly are eta TIna
: ........ A VERA CED- ",

Car -Aa4 Font V-l this al low sad, ; '
$ you get perfonuwe t l thn"'
It brtaghg the T-S k>the low prlM feU,Ford*.lgM :, Wood Work .........let with the deal .w-KlnAe->w-lor,.l..pl7U..* -'oj 10 ....,. MOOEL T' .

the to.-.allIaJIu....sad gdfs a.........equal I',1." '

J! Body Fender Repairs_ ........ I.! lacs.,the Ford Vhh to sparkling*wfonM>o. s..e.er_..... 7% LESS than .'h ,>>t'
f Tops and Trimming asi.eyliad.r___le AA@wove eeaa.wk.t eer For4..w tree g MO tL' e

Scat Covers Wlt PdUlte test e..x4of large f.....->e**low tonne -.= '
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..*.eea.alM..p.. the operation ef the Ford V4 ewe trei.bFMllkcthTUlcjM -_. '
? Painting ..... ....... hoe"eeaprsys.ver a low everww
Fed ....
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Test this groat ear,...... cat Lehi.d the wheel sad drive .__.....1. -": : :'<
f: Art's Pmt SM mV..,.,_-..low east.
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Four Ford Dealer ....y..... -caa, ___-.r.t
f r .oaf M. .UO..AVLp'
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Pao-e Eteht THE LCADER-ENTERPRISB Friday.ADril 10. 2326.!

: I Social Events in South Dade IN I

HISS LILLIAN RHODES IS decided to have this kind of work
BRUMB Or FIERCE BOWMAN The Calendar .a* their project.

OF GARDEN CLUB AND WOMAN'S CLUB Miss Lffliaa Rhode of Florida Those present at the club meet-

I. City and Pierce A. Bowman of Apr. 10-Arem* Club meetingat kit Wednesday evening at the

The Everglades national Park lie *pk Wood tile direct benefit Alvin I1L were married Friday Ppnr.fts7.0.0. F halt Cnuzens ham woos! Miss Nina,
ll destined to becMO cue U th*. this park will be to the R dfatd evening In lire paiwmag ef theI'IIIIIt Apr. ID-Meeting of a P. W. Cat i Pearl Bush, Miss Iv* Dyal Miss
principal: national parks not only District Christian Church of Miami horn of Mr*. Bow at S p. m. Virginia Trick, Miss Bobbie Sum
because of the ran tropical birds Mans fledaj V. Hughes of Miami by the Rev Everett Smith* par- Ap*. U-RedUnd Ladies Aid merlin. Mia Henriett Hartman
and rare soave animal ncte w who started tile garden slabs several tor' ef the chanik The brlde'k Easter: egg hunt tor school chfldresj. Mis Helen West and the hostess,
the manlta, CToeedll ami tower yeas age made brief talkv /brother awl *later-lorhw, Mr. and Mb Marc Gracens.DI .
form *t animal lids visible B" PwaesA beside the. speaker Mr*. Jack Rhode of Florida City Apr. 1J-Redland Ladles' Aid

where else In Ui country,and the weN .... and Mr, Wm D Bishop were the attendant Mr. and Mrs. Easter supper Woman's Club INER PARTY GIVEN FOR
rare and Intenstto plant Ills but Mi and Mi*. HoUatai Sage, Bole Johnson of Homestead, abet o. the Badlands building at S p. MISS HAZEL PENNTNGTON:'
rise because of the natural beautyof Mrs. V. Q. BaD Mrs. D. W. Shetz-I were present at site wadding Mr. and Mr. Fred Pencingtoi

Hi land and water area. Ernest line, Mr*. C. B. Plummer, Mr*. The bride was lovely fn a blue m.Apr.. 14--Woman's Club of gave s dinner party: at their horn
r. Coe, executive chairman ., Oeo. J:.Reed,..Mrs R J. ShopherdMis. port suit with white accessories.Her Homestead totaUattoa of offlcecsat2.3At.rn. on North KresB avenue; tat night

the National Park Awciattott Mid Lacy DIn_ Mm Gem E. attendant, also wr /MM*. I n honor ol the seventeenth Nrtn-

father of the EvergladenatioMl OeoeL Mia Harriet BtaheR, Mrs Mrs. E. J Rhode, grandmother Apr. 1&-AU dar meeting eI Jay at their daughter, HwsH ,
park movement, told member of Elberta Bute, Mr*. E. M. Froach- .f the bride gave a supper for the Helping Hand Club at Flank:Bear Covers were laid for Min Annie
the South Dado Garden Club and er, Mr*. Anna Bear, Mr. P. M. wedding party at her home in ecker home. Hartley, Miss' Katherine Vann
their guests,Member of the Wom- ,Barnes, Mr*. H J. Brocket. Mr*. Florida City Friday night, and on Apr. 18-Meeting of. Homestead Hairy Brown D. H.DcUlnger and i
ant Club of Hamertead, at a Do Bk. anew Mr,.I:: .onard FkeeMm Saturday the bride and bridegroom House Demonstration Club far Labou BItbop.Homestead.
luncheon mooting bold in One social ...% ttW fVWvlf* Mr*. left far the Rl* Grande r Neva. King Cooper school at 10
room<< of the Florida City Com- Wm. M. John, Mr*. Annie Butler, alley where they win star for a I" ...
munity Church Monday afternoon. Mir. JeMkti Z.obdell, Mr*. H. CReed few week before going to :Mr. : Apr. -4tJetlnc ol Redhead Hfeh 4-H Club
Mr Cue explained the steps that Mr*. M. P. Keniajr, Mrs. C. Bowma twin In Ifflnoi They ,HelM( Demonstration Club In Rf Lela.LttU*
have been taken to secure federal 7. Cpaon Mr*. 0. C. Hole, Mrs. H. were ccmpanied a. far as fclrt- i RedteajA elwrtlt .tl.1G.

approval and the steps yet necessary r. Potter, Mia Martha Cornell bourn by Mr. and Mr Jack i Apr, l1 Bweflt buac partyat :
before the state ha all the Mrs. S. S. Shield, Mrs. Flora Rhodes and their Infant sen who ham ol Mn. W. D. Coker at I Club girls met in the
land in the selected area to turn Compton, Mrs. S. L. ParJUn and wen ping to- Dover, Del a p.. xApr. club room last Tuesday when>>..
over to the federal park: system. Mr*, R 3 Brocfcett! 1 -Comu* Oust meeting Carlson discussed the exhibit day
i The bride lit the daughter of that la to lie held May 2 at 7:W
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Win Rhodes. She baa sprat much --------- ---- ''P. nw, la the Neva-King Cooper
HIM HOLFERTT ELECTED afternoon at the home of Mrs.I I II her life in Florid City with Apr. It Homestead. ; High School. Ali nen-d and exhibit
C X. LEAGUE PRESIDENT Jack Polk. superintendent of the School junior pia,. I
her grandmother, and Is a gr d- must b* completed by this date
I I[cradle roll Mrs. J. Apr. 2 -- ..tInC.. South Dad
Miss Eleanor: Holfcrty wa eats of Edison High School. Garden The required work must b* o.. a.
of the Club with Mrs Wtau V.
elected president at the Christian R. Doney. tuptrlnlemdeut sheet If
The Bridegroom has pent the possible. A bat *l hen
j Endeavor League of the Homestead primary department is general Smythe. must be the
season In Perrino.RIRTHWAT or* on. sheet with
Presbyterian Church at a chairman; Mrs. It J. Darts is attending I Ap*. 2L-W..,.' Club *t the the exhibit with soembar's nun
beach held to the egg; and Mia Redted election sacetin*.
party at Miami Beach : and hec leader's ox.
Christine Hughes is planning the PARTY IS GIVEN Aft. 24 Homestead schooaf"at
I, Monday night. Landon Hlckson entertainment features. FOIL HAROLD BRANCH: ....." wring. Ribbon will be awarded at th
wan elected vice-president, and
Mia Twraty our were present at I May 3-+H u.lLtb1 fat Ktev* local exhibit toe
Emily Fam Mad
was -
progas W. M. B. HAS PROGRAM tM party given by Mrs. & G. King Cooper chest L Best sawing exhibit tC re-
chairman. The league WM ox ...m noni novsr Branch Friday evening for her Wilted work in. each y.*. of club
organized recently at a meeting
f held at the hMB* at the Rr> and "The People's House" was the ... BanU Thomas, k* honor of punch wereIe1"V1I4 as a refreshment work (story Neatens.sod yellow record
lira E. L. Nelsoo.Ptctent Ifieiii of the April program given leis thirteenth birUidkty. course. included: aleanluueav

t I at the party were Mr. by: taw nomads rtinlnintf Society After ,.ma.OII the lawn wten- Possess were Marjorie and lag method count of dlsplnyitldaad label-

nit Mr*. Nelson. Mia Jane Gat- of the Homestead Methodist era and sMrshnmnow were roastad Fra.' .. W'ebb, MaMe Bath Pope,
Beat record and story of
lin. Mill Nina Dyal Miss Mart Church in the church Tuesday aftemoao. I and an ice cram and take Msdin Gikmn Carol Walker, lawn improvement end.
\ Mm X L Davis, Mrs.S. Burs served. Games in Bobble Huffy Jane work
Frances Arthur, MU' Holfertr was the and Doris
(;Shrub tree flowers etc
E. Livingston and Mrs. J. D. : house were the festur Cheshire, Jean and
Arthur Landon concluding JTemoy
t Silo: and Jerry Lott
Best record and; ofvegetable
Hlctaon, Richard and John Gram, Redd read articles, and Mr*. *. I Warren Marsn,inwaja Kirby, Jay garden work. story
Edward and Chade Burr (adEdw. is read a latter Mr*. r f DI"-I Those present were: War Hobmni) Ray Andrews, Homer By. 4. Best container of flower

and* Jet Ktekson. roai_ fnora a trend lav ,Barton Frances Lamb* Yvonne :I'UI1IAmoM Mcllwaln,Ceo. John, 5. Best container of vegetables.
West which told of the early mtslonrr I
Pollard, Annette Campbell, Lou- Jack McMlchael, Charles Robertson -
JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB work in that city. .la. Deerlng; Wanetta Koesttme, I Biny Bob, Tom and Jack I ff Beat record: book and two
:quarts of canned products la clear
MAT JOIN FEDERATION Th member discussed the Betty Jane Meybem, Mary Grace Webb, Lynn IrWin' Eldred: and lars
,ending of delegate to the con- English: Edna Forte, Marjorie ,Von Gilmer, Jack: Ructter, David ,Alas
The Junior WQ IaA'* dub ef tarcne* Ie Jua*. Mrs. P. a Bird Connor, Virginia\ Klnner, Nina ..and Jack Barnes and Alfred i 7. Best record In home improvement -
Homestead at In better housekeeping.
meeting inthe-
'prealdtod. Bollard. Preston Bird Elbert Saunden.a .
Dolar -
clubhouse Monday tight discussed Other present wer' *; Mrs. E. SCfepUngcr 1 Elbert Weak Letter' Archer, I (Small white record book.
the advisability of joining the Mrs. J. A McNeill, Most last year' summer club bad
Fred Fuchs, Charles Connor P.
Dude County r..uWillD- Mrs. O. L. Showalter, Mrs. A. s./I I )
Robert Apky, James Hardy
HOME or MRS. ... L. BOW B. Best food
en's Clufts. preparation
E rec-
Mia Buohanon
A. Mayo Mrs. A. A. EJMStUo, Mrs.
Hall D. -L. i
Harry Bowen, Jr., Th Homestead Business andProte.nonat ord and
was appointed t. obtain information atory.
& Slag Jlias Jennie Lobdell.
a* to what On dub would J. L. Ballard. Mr*. Dexter JUnml McConoell. and Harry Women' Club will 9. Beat record and atory of
have to do tei IA. Martin. 'meet this evening. at the home *f dairy .
join the federation,
Mrs. John Williams Mz* )
Mra. It. L Bow instead of at the 10
and Mm Joel J. Robinson WM Williams and Mrs. Olbb record and story of
appointed to confer with Mrs. Future Farmer clubhous 1 baking woik. (Bread Included).
Harry Wolfe president of the ORANGE 1ILO-u Olf CLUB ., 11 Best record and. story of
Mr*. Frank Irwin Earter :
gave an SCB-DEBS TO GIVE home
Woman' Chub of Homestead, regarding TO GIVE BUNCO PARTYThe I poultry flock.
tfe: matter. Orange Blossom Club an- egg hunt for her Sunday school ,PARTY FOR CBHDUN I \z. Best Story of greatest Improvement -

Mr C J. Dyal: Wed,voted Into aounce a bunco party next Thursday class and the Junior B. T P. IT The Sub-Deb Club wilt live anEater made In health, posture
the club Mrs L. B. Denier Mr*. at I O'clock: at the home-of Monday afternoon on the lawn at party Sunday afternoon at and food habit tine but
Herbert Turner and Miss Thebn Mrs W. D. Coker oiv Krome ave the municipal light plant. Game the Dyal home for twelve underprivileged year's exhibit

Turner were named on the April nue. The public invited. were- -played-, and- the-egg-and children. They have (Continued on Page :Nine)
social committee. :MU Elinor Th dub will hold a meeting at --- -

Payne the vice-president presided Mrs. Coker1 hone Tuesday at

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Present were: Mr*. J. S. Horton, At last week's bunco party i
Mr PHI Reynolds, Mr. Bruce triM were won by Mis. W. W. REMEMBRANCES

Ennl. Mr*. W. B. Cave, Jr. II,.. Doubtflr, Mr*.Alto Walters, Mrs.
L b. DanZ). Mrs. Turner, Mrs Virgin Crwby. Lloyd Walter and r' .
that -
Mr* Ruth Godwin. | I.
Robinson Ma. Buchanan Mr*.
Others .... Mn. r.: s.
Burley Dendy, Mr*. K: T. Oxford, wars Quality with
Stherr Mm Sarah Mrs
Miss Elinor Payne, was Ellen Martin EconomyMake .
Coker Miss Mildred Smith Miss r
Huff, MU*. Pearl Whitaker: Mia .
Inei Bra**. VUm Mary Bradsty, WEll rnae Martla. Higood Crosby Easter happier for yourself and I{
Conner Let
BDbert Bell I .
Miss' Marguertt Wo...
MMM your loved ones. A little "
HUUwd Oliver and rraem-
Haiti Creaky Grady ;
Kllktoger and But Emelle I
Fredrick. Walter I II brance of candy, perfume, stationery or

''llllll'IIJIII'llllllWAV ...,.. I even a freetinf card 1.Bouglu r

2D The annual sTistse egg brae fit "
the primary: aad eradl ton departments : i I Novelty Candy Packages, lOc to $:).50 I

of sire Bavtial SMndky Crap c-Ie or SpiralS
School will be fcrM at *:>> this .

,I $ .are $7.00Nxvn f Perfume9 f

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Office Heart 8:30-4:30 Mae Morris 1 .. ... '
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April 10, 1936. THE ENTERPRIS Pan Nine

.... tinf the word lonatrel"
I I N... Akers, Julia France Sullivan > Pupil" Ton, the noon, anderattlo ,
II THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER HOMESTEAD 4-U CLUBBy Virginia gleaner, Katherine the upper story."-tx.Apparently t
Lgla Little and Elisabeth Williams,
I Mary
rtf. Duncan, Eloise and Norma doss- Net Pleased :
(Continued From Page Eight i man, Betty Jane and Leola Little. "It was rather an Impromptu : I
: ,} uaaiar MOVMTwafer. in the Ozark you will know whata 13. Best original song. (Must I affair."
r header. w.......,.. Th.hessian N s. al "blackberry winter" to. Felicity be written and attached to exhibit Practical Analyst "Yea but none the leas spontaneous .
..' iWw to ...| w a. was young and lovely and ) Teacher: "What Is the deriva on that account."-Ex.
......,I t .. "..taa7-ewe when she was jilted by Barry Cor- 14. The best record of series of ,

tt'. nelius she thought life held nothing demonstrations put on by fifth, "

,:? Robert Frost, poet, In the day more for her. Then the learn- sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth
aa nl
if'of his youth attended Harvard for ed of the frost which come to the year club girl since last May.
?t.two year and left without taking mountain country with the blackberry (This must be written up-what FlowerIs
I a degree. Now he i* professor of bloom and of the summer demonstration were on and num-
| poetry at Harvard University for which always follow Pretty good ber of people attending.)
story to read when want to
:' the year 138.' while you A special award I* to be given to for Easter
away an hour or two. Don'tforget
A young poet In Pennsylvania to take a wonderful vacation the girl who write the beat themeon c 1
frank Ankenbrand, Jr., has been this summer without ever "What I Have Accomplishedfor
doing things to make the reading leaving the shady corner of your sly Club, My Community, My
public tit up and take notice. Not own front porch. The library offers Home and Myself Because of My
; lOver)' long ago an Ohio poet,Flo- you so many book of travel 4-H Work. The award will be LILIES
url Rockwood, originated the vignette and adventure. So bon voyageto given on Achievement Day. .
;1 pattern, a syllable form of the stay-at-home-traveler. After this explanation the girl GLADIOLI
fret vene. So firmly has this form signed up for the different contests ; A
:? embedded itself In the mind of 23 that are to be held Achievement SNAPDRAGONSand
Frank Ankenbrand, Jr, heha* Hope to CompeteIn I. Day.A .
done the whole of Omar Kbay It S. Diamond Ball picture wa taken of the other beautiful

)'am'* Rubalyat into vlngnette group a* a whole and then a picture spring flower
form and very beautiful It to, too Twenty-three Homestead High of the officers.
Bead this: School boy are practicing dia- ,
./ All food and nutrition and
Wine, be mond ball with the Idea of competing -
nutrition and health
girl were
You a red flame, with Ponce de Leon High i
L Raging In my School, Miami High and possibly weighed. HON STEAD
# Soul? Or be you a red other school In the eighth districtThe Betty Jones an alumna girl,
more likely came from the office' with Mrs. :
looking candidates -
Hot chain drawing me nearer FLOWER GARDENS
The black pit? are: Aubrey Cheshire, catcher Carlson. .
I ; Charles Little, first base; Earl Those present were: Annabel Mrs. Janle McLean
One can almost believe the old
Smith, second base; J. B. ClonIn.r Redd.Prlacllla Fread, Fern Robertson -
tent maker and these two poet 1 N. W. nil ST. 1ST AVES.i6 .
and Randolph Caves, shortstops .Loubelle and Ooldla Gren-
have been working together. A
; Richard Maltson third nell Mildrel and Marguerite Field,
Illustrated edition of
I beautiful base Duke West and Earl --- .
; Rohr- -, -- -" -- -- -- -
this vignette form of the Rubal '
er, outfielders.
yat, done from the J. B. Nicholas
translation win lOOn be off the
press. Meanwhile the librarian
treasures a Miniature BroadsideNo.
f t, of "Wine Songs of Omar
Khayyam: ," printed on the private
".', press of William Lewis The
You remember how Waahburn.j'

r liked "His Own Roof
j' Peter Ash Now we have a new goddess:' ,
book by the author, "Blackberry
,' Winter." If you have ever lived '11 f .iJte.' (JT a.t7 !J"!

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FLORIDA CITY swdss.erk Iwe-1a. a eodo'I'
__ doe a" ears PI of pea -
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London. Conn.., after a visit with botla ID sir lryie you Bose .' I
relative here. r 'MM pkmre ......*w*wfMMM I
...*.* S.CSt, th. T;
\\f\ Frank Sam left recently foe Iliad w:use. fafr reef|mi>cr' ,
I Riverside Military Academy in **w MM.!utiifacvpa,'Hioai ut1"tan .\
r: Gainesville Ca. after a on-' to a.........--4Bush's :
r month-visit with: .hls! 'parent* here j.... ..c.-f..II-, :

J. H. Qoea U spending; .i *w,1[[ Barber: "Shop
'. days in Lake.-.JV'prtn attendingatebusiness )
... matter !I &: Beauty;Parlor .

Edwards'I,Mia ,LUIle Brews Operator |
Mr. and Mrs. William
and Miss Margaret Jay of Miami j
were Sunday guest of Dr. and 1 ry
Mr*. S. S. Shields. I



and Beauty

True beauty demands
r the best of care at all IDEAL b H-d* TraUbw.. V*.,
MfaM aJ mmii A mil
I time Whether you .......... s.r son i.
I t wish a wave, a facial, NATURAL MtTHOM ONLY
: a manicure, or any of I OPERATIONS NO MEDICINES DRUGS .oa

the other essential aid _r-tIcaD. id fl_u navel
f to beauty, youll find gate. ad M.al
la laa.aowosnake
the skilled operator atPat' we ---after-. '- WHEN YOU BUY THE ,
MODERATE: SAT -- aslwtrw ,
Beauty Parlor I
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I ready .to serve you i ier..I. This r are a M..Y.4-hallow...
quickly at any .. ...- ... ter-e we.rtae Some but risk
0 You may be lucky at games of chancs- why
.. Spiral and ;I = dw ..
i. CembUulioaTERMANENT Lissrseee rr your money buying unknown razor blades Probak Ir-

WAVES & ouies"wN.eltb made by the world's largest maker of blades and sellingat

Prices $5 $6, $7 Ms .k..l ..d r r..v.a Trato., 4 lot 10*-is a safe' bet for your razor-blade money. +

k .HnlM Mk HmHCALTH ta- we"iil. Here is t blade of kmowm quality-ground, boned and J

PAT'SBEAUTY Lr..et.a.d row U /a.t .k* ... .....ee..t stropped by spedal process that guarantees ddooubleedge' !

PARLOR : erne.ass....last taaWvU..0 a.da..i -=seers at.4r worth in sharing comfort. Probak Jr., is a iL O

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; I Friday, April 10, 1986. THE1EADER- ENTERPRISE Page Eleven .l',,

R H. S. Band to Play .

III.crhe At Political RallyThe :

Churches I Redland High School bend CLASSIFIED ADSRATE

will make Its first public appearance
: Tint insertion 104 i ;
r May 3 at the Rtdlaix District -a
it a
Improvement Association political -
.BAPTlST 9:41 a, m.; preaching at 11 a. m. '
rally at the Redland school
and 7 JO N. Y. P. S. and
: p. ra;
Hi.fa1i.i-The Rev C N. Juniors meeting at 130: p m Two clarinets and a snare drum FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS ,.I.1;!
;AAMrllastor. MmdayedteolSt Prayer recently; added bring the number
nesting Wednesday even-
18 a\ m Preaching II')l m. -m, ing710. of Instruments to 34. Counting BEES-Cholct Italian One colon PIANO TUNING and repairing; l

end '6 p. lb.. BX.P tf. kt 1 0..fn. the eleven violins, the school will tot *S, two lot W-. three for $8 Good lined piano (or ails cheap i ;

Prayer aervicea Wedne .J..t. S -rn.-.ow Re. C. IL Con have a 45-plece orchestra H. M. Lyon Longview rd:, J mi. W. E.: Koon. US N. W. 3rd .:?;1'1

p. m. don, pastor Sunday school at '45,; west and J mI south ot Home- .

preaching at 10:4 a. m. and 7 JO prayer meeting. 7.30: p. tn. Thursday itead. (alOU) REAL ESTATE \ :J.i

Apr. IS-Monunc aeraaantThe p.tn 'meeting at I.SO; young .7 ,

Glorious Truth af IkeKeawractlM't peoples meeting at 630: Prayer SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT, bushel BIG VALUE: 8-room houae. f i a

eveoleg aer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Apr. It--Easter program at 75c. Valencia oranges, 25: J'urnllhed. All city: Improve- "! a
men "Wb Can Be Saved?" 1:31.I : peck. Colling' Grove, Federal t
rrwnta. The word BARGAIN hat
Baptismal services Sunday EPISCOPAL Highway at BIsoaync drive.
PENTECOSTAL been greatly overworked but I

evealng St 10hD'Eo Second avenm HONEY-the clear thick delicious I do not hesitate to sty that this H
"N l what but whom, I de I GealdaCo C. HaAHberger
and Fourth ttrett kind. Nona better and at grove property la a Big Bargain Price

believe and Fourth street, H HomeJrj pastor Sunder ehool! at 11:45: : ....... Be wa.. Me Hx>> Hoi Including furniture bed linen '
That In darkest hour efneed.
ray ; preaching at 11 a. m. _nd 7 SO p and table linen dittos :
Rev. Wm. C Taylor: lister Sag*, But King HighwayLAYssVO now \
Holy eucharist .t 8 a. rA4 Sunday m; Young people meeting at 8-80 $2,200 reduced from $3JCO: {,

Hath comfort that no mortal achool at 10 a. m. 1 f p. m.; Leases' prayer eireto Tues PULLETS, 0 mo, old Fine furniture and plenty of ItH \

Tocrmeed day at 2:90 p. m. Mid-week prayer Mrs Harry Cuchielln opposite A. Cameron. (diN) : '

man may giveN Apr. 11 Holy Sabbath- : service Thursday: at 7:30: p. III.I' BIgtn aptL, ;
what, but whom 1 Holy Eucharist 7'a"lf. Emery.Pala) ACREAGES AND GROVES
For Christ Is than all PKESBYTERIAX CIlfECHI i
more I specialize In Redland properties
Apr. 11 Easter Sunday-Holy
the ereeda. Sanl-Sect Pyrethrum Spray for Send me your lilting of propertyfor
Eucharist, I and 11 a.m.; Sun I Homestead-Krome avenue at
And Ilia fall life of gentle I* killing mosquitoes, ants, filet, aale ,
day school ef
presentation N. 16th street; the Rev. E. L. Nelson -
deeds moth, etc. Ft 35c.; gal, $1.70. CHARLES I. BROOKS .j t'
Lenten at II
offering f: L m. minister Bible school at
Shall all the creeds euW.,.. | Edgar Mahan, W. Bauer drive. 110 N. E.! Flnt St. Miami I t ,
Apr. IS. MoadaJ-llol ta- 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. Ii. ,
Net what I do believe, but (alOU)
I whom! eharW, 7 L ... and '7:30 p m. REAL ESTATE Tltoae who wantto t
Who walks beside me inbe... I 1 I Apr. 14. 'Tuesday In EsterWeekHoly I Apr IS-Morning sermon; JERSEY COW O A. Hainlin, Red- buy or sell Redland District i

,. gloom?, Eucharist. 7 a. n.Taia "The Triumphant Christ"., Infect {:oa<{ and Hainlin drive real estate will find up-to-date

who shares the berdenaweartaoaaef raiamn Instructions (palO-17) listing in ou office Many of.
At 7 31 p. nv a special program
: 'J[ are gte>.e..Thondt aftrt.ETANOEUOAL by yoMg people ef the FOR SALE-White New Zealand theta, llsUngi are stilt at subnormal *

i f;1 iW o aL.1Le.dtaa1a: m.aa if: : ZOOR.atr3a6. Sheaiaaidsah Presbyterian rabbit, Me each. H. M. Lyon, price We shall appreciate -. .
either Inquiries or
"' LUTHERAN Church. AU are Invited R. F D. I, Box 863. (mrSVtf- your
And bide me too. *. beyond. your listings, all of which will

the tomb? ]r St XehaAaWtedland. the Rev. SPIRITUALIST TEMPLE OF STEAMED BROWN BREAD anytime have our best attention. Now.

The: larger .lift teJHveT. .. .. Ceo. Uv J>odJar paator Sunday- TRUTH Saturday Lb. coffee can I the time to buy B. VT Morels

Net what I" belters, achool'each Sunday at 10 a, m. size SOc; with raisins or auto now associated with H. A. Cam- (
"_tea branch of Miami
But "'...... I English services on second Sunday 25ft Leave orders at S. L. West eron, N, W lit St- In QUzeniBankBldg. .
Temple' of Truth in :
Net Spiritualist home 108 N. W. 5th st. Phone 71
what ,
each month at S p. m. and German I. Woman's Club, 410 N. W. Eighth ,
whom. service on fourth Sunday at Men Bible class and
-John Oienham.Gouldo I FOR RENT
p. i young people lyceum at 7:IS p.

-The Rev. Noah 101 METHODIST EPISCOPAL ''m.; healing by Dr. J. Carl Hobson SAPODILLAS and /
NICE COOL furnished Reasonable
son, patter Sunday school at at 7:45; lecture and messages at apt aU kinds of tropical fruits and 1

a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m and I Florida City Community Church S p. m. by the Rev. Sada Hobson. 0 S. W. 1st St. (pdt vegetable In aeaaon. Highest +

7:30: p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at 6:30: p. -the Rev M. A. Soper, pastor I| NONDENOMINATIONAL COTTAGE for rent, $10 a month price and prompt atttlement

Prayer service at 7 80 p. m. Sunday school at 130 a. m.:' PRAYER SERVICE Apply; P. O. Box 1212, Home. Write advising of quantities

nesday. m.1 preaching at 7 30 p. m Church. stead. (a3tf) available variety and earliest

4 1 ?" CATHOLIC night, Wednesday at JJO Bible study and prayer service shipping date RAFAEL R. DA-

Redland Community conducted by: the Rev H. E. BergOf LEGAL NOTICES VILA, Commission Merchant

Church ef the 1 Sacred Heart the Rev'M. A. Soper hurc..j' Miami at home of Mrs G L 120 Convent Ave., New York '

S iiecond avenue, Homestead;' day: school at 10; pre chln Gault every Friday at 3 p. m. la of Clmtt Florida. fwd la ana Bloooalk for Date....lri.1 Caaalrcrrr e..111. City

the Rev James Qoonan, pastor Church night, Thursday aft:30. A aeries of lectures en the or HOMEBTEAD a malrjsaliir. I ail a. Mlom4 In o..w County 1'1........,
Sunday mass at t a. m; week day 1 I I In the Coanjr g( Doa>. Mai. of Florida: I ..... M dw rat Manic, A. n' If**.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL. I I Book ot Revelations la new la Petitioner. ... lfTB OF FLORIDA. JIo.r. K. m. LBATItMMAN: Ob-rk af UMClraatt
at 7 45 daily Sunday school
mass :
R af Utk JwltatalClrrall
Court UM
AU Invited. ; :::
Sunday following P clock mass. I SOUTH !I progress to the Taaaaoon and Illarai alIko of FWlda ta and far Iwd. ..
City af HoMoiuad Oaiiid. .
Hraatr Clort
Communion for the first
women White Stone Church Home I YOU AKC HEREBY tintfattM pZNlfiJ.
Sunday of month; for men and aaa kao ,
stead; the Rev. A. A. Koestllne" ma aaTTSa \'It day if WaHT: .
boys, the second Sunday of month. I pastor Sunday school at B:30 a NO wON4S11 We FILL A. D.. IMS. br the City of HoaiMtoad far Clmul Court Baal)
Holy hour Thursday before first I THE 100 RASKtT W ILtiET the updates af _.10 and water ..... (AarT 10. IT. .e) .
I m., preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 nut eonirtoatoa la UM aanaiato priarlta
; Friday of month at 7:45 m Mass FUL-O-PEP
aa. of Tw.otr-ol.llt tKoaaaad Down Native .f fM Tan Dead
.' m Junior League at 2:30:
first Friday: at 7:30: a. m. Bene- p. p. EGO MASH US.MO.Ml, aaarlm lnlor.1 .t the rata H.tlw I. hereby ..... that Our D. AunHa -
of Blessed Sacrament m.; HI League at 1:45: p. m.; Senior of four par Contain (t'4ye, annual "'= ...1.aw of City .f Misd
diction the
pamblo Mlohr from Iho i) 'Ifr: jfamkonal .
League at 6:30 p. m Prayer meetIng ml romim Tan bs71 dawdtka
alter mass, tin ....trIe ana ww plant| and ate.trlbutlon 4th day of i ino. A. D. In.. kai tttad
at S p. m. Wednesday I irolon of uM city of laid Cortlflcata in nr ontca, ud kaa and
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE which mid. eortincaua are 1jQ; application fur tax dud la tea Ikoroan ,
Apr. 1 -On Good Friday a In MM ...-. In amrdanrr with low told Cortltlrahaa
IiI YOU ARK RESEnT REQUIRED: ontho 'b..... the folluwlnl dooenbod aroaorlydtualnl .
Florida City-Broadway andSixth three hour service for prayer I :na day of April A. D. I.M. .ter. In Dole Ui"nt,. riorMa' towllL :
street Sunday: school at and meditation from U noon rloek a at aoforo Uit akora ..,104 Court <.t 27. Hlk; > Allvrr Bluff btalroRor
In ,IK Chambers at the Cminlr Court A. In tho city of Miami. Couotr of
[143: a. m. for pupils under 20 yearsf'ef till S p. m. Hoooo Ja One City af Mlaiajl .... County l>a>l.. Htatr "f tlorMaTk .
I age; morning service at 11 Apr It-Easier program at rlortlla. N anew ..- If any ,.. ,,... > -.inoat of Mid crooorty uoxWtka
.. .
'seayadY d at rtl sold Ortlfbata rued war la Olfnaaw
D'clock. Wednesday evening services 11 a, ant'eft.lDi message by I [ 4"wn b4'J aI and eon.Ud ..II Miami Ilk aM Tr Do UakatoaM

which Include testimonials the a... H. L ....'1.., Pastor I : .. ltfX1r! r.r,Ifloato ihajl ka noiiaii aaaardlmtu
''wi2Itr a y ho. law o, dead will Iwo thorona aa Iha ;
of healing and experiences and remarks of Northeast Ohio Conferenceof wb .a ,f Mad ud Asia, th..i I .. lab do> of Mar, A. D IN*. ,

I on Christian Science, S pm. M. E. Ctaurch. this my 1 1n ; .9.14.4: 1If'.jJ.Ior"'" DalW t title a. till LEATHFRMAM day of April, A Clork D ISM of

The public Is cordially invited Apr.' IS-Bible study E R. LEATHERMAN. Clerk .5 the Circuit Court. Dads county. tlerlda" ,
to attend. Unit c-n Ia and tai Dodo County. Hr N. C..t.nett. D. C.
Silver' Palm Commnnlty: Church I FJotjd. by r. I. uoo4. Deputy Clork.ICIreult iCIrruM Covet Sool
11 i court Real) .Apr Id. 17. U. Mar I. HI
Apr. IS Lesson sermon -the Rev. H. G Cowan, pastor. 'A. .. 1s 17)In

topic "Are Sin Disease and Sunday school every Sunday at 10 am flnllil C.rt .. .... 1111I ..........
Death Real I a. m.; preaching services on first, r\ Full Egg Basket Clmll In sad fee Dd. eou.,. ......... Would Protect People's
.. .
I In M
OF CHRIST third and fifth Sundays at 11 a. II NAIUNIA DRAINAIIIII DISTRI! T. A
m. and I m drain." district duly. .1Itor1aool and I. and State Assets
p. Full Purse
Brings a ............. .._ tho La.s 0' the State
I .
Homestead-First avenue and of ,.......... P.aNion.r. ... irAn IJ'
Apr. It At 11 a. m. sermon I
ftl.r W. Fifth street; T. J. Hunton, by the Rev J. W. Porte Make your weekly egg check .Nato.LOIlIDA.nt.of .......< Validation. of .......
minister Bible study at 10 a. m; I' BataaaJiic" Boa of :Inaraaja D.....
fellowship and of Stockton N. 1.1: at 7 45 p. i larger by giving your laying I IoteIot
m. program by members ., hens the feed that will help TO THE' TAXPAYMU AND ITIZrNf
preaching at 11 a. m.; preaching at OF THC PARANJA DRAINAf Dial !
People' Division ef
7.30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday I them lay more big,easily mar I TRICT ,
the chorea NOTICE: to karob air** that >n roof 1
at 7:30 p. 111.Clltl1tClI I ketable *gp-egg* with sound wn duly .... aaa! mand In '100 >ho.conlltlW
mare hr Uu HommUi Worth
t w OF GOD METHODIST FREE I shells-eggs that grade high j .... ......_. ....... .. the u. uM ,-w.dM
1ba RNn.tb 5..aalat Ge.k of IIr ,
Fonda City-Mr*. Ernest War- i and bring top price.fUL.O.PEp. I ..lied. Florida, la mod tf w Ika C .ial(
Homestead 608 'N. W. First r ell pastor Sunday school of aa tho SO nor "' Narok. A. pIM h
avenue Fev. Ceo. Lorton pastor I aavlaaa the Stow .. Florida es ,
; Z:30 p. m.; preaching S:30 and I I oolrtaa It, th r await the auia ...tlnraoo
Sunday school at (45: a. m.; .. oaM C....... ta bas >aaMn MM t7Uaar (
p. nt; Young people's meeting I
preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. af Aprfl A. D.. 1.... al UM bee .<
7:15; Junior meeting S JO Tuesday; i | ItiOS a'rto.a A. M. af Amid aar. al IkaCtareall
an.; Senior COO. Society 6:SO p. Cowl W ra Uo r",rl How 1 t ,
m.; Intermediate C. O. O S. In supplies all the nutriuoue ta UM City .f Mkaail la tko County .f
WSW Uoxlo why Tklrtr-aU Thousand Two Her
parsonage 639 p. m, Mid-week NEWT BALL elemctttt j dial (Ma>a.) itoUaaa ank .", aafaa*}
prayer service at 730; p. m. Wed- that the | tt, koada af the ....... llralaavo IHo.Ha r
high pro > ta ka wood kr .... N.ro.Ja
aeaday Notary Public I dating hen re- Dralaara IMaMM la mkanoo for Til\t
,Tkaanad Pr*> Haadao -&S&DAWI l
1 ''CHVRCBfOF THE NAZARENE I' rtItlE PIIt'l1AJi'CE .L.1fD I qum'DOtonlfOlmum 1 Dolor. af -da vow _.. by ( ,:
''lr"DnE LI.-nJ batformaiotawinl .... R ssea maeow' I"am Gt7.eatlow. t ,
t[ HovsMteaA The Rev Howard j M 1C. Km !_ eggs betLod.weiChhwhiJe, ...,.e--..>od see awe J.OWMT_, should sot lie I SAMUEL W. CETZEN

(ckel, pastor Sunday school at I And If nor l..Mrar or rlUooa af Candidate far
said NaraaJa D..l..ee DMrM aaa
\\1 she wale for ao aaaar wisp .... Tklrtr.la rkaaa. I .. ,
you. and Ph. ....... (1st,KM) Dollar. worth lb kls platform, Mr. Gette
! at lfaa..ac kaada ., UM Naraaja Drakv states, "A State Treasurer and a
W.Haiwe'J SmithINSURANCE 1 aa* DtalrM *o ka aood kr mid NaraajaDralawa : i
1 Tamer's roe ral genet Dlatrtrt la aarkaan for rUtralao member the various constitutional

Co. Tkiomd Ptaa Hundred ,......., State Boards I shall strictly. _,
I ,. AMBULANCE SERVICE Hector Supply Dulls: af aaa* aav owaod kr laaonaoliatUoa enforce laws for protection ef 4 Mpaonle

t'' Lady Attendant FIRE, AUTO STORM AND LIFE -w Flaaaia CarooraUoa_ M fwd, ao..w..6 rr "the assets ef Us State '.

1, rbone Wt-M 1 W validated ... deemed, be to tai
,f Phooe II4-R HpnMtead, r... Office U MoCnry Arcade Homestead Fla. ast.sd me tam Mfan" Paid coonse
tM m4 um0 sod puma i
ITNPI ant .iastan and west ,



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PUt Twelve THE LEADER ENTERPRISE :. Friday, April 10, 193&

TRAFFIC LIGHT may 30 Set for Start BEER EXEMPT TO ELECT OFFICERS I composed of Dr. J B Tower, W.
Of Short Courses Director elected Monday afternoon a Talbott, Lawrence Pope Francis
by the Florida Avocado Exchange I(. Dolan Mr* Ole Peterson,
1 NEW PARKING Tallahassee, Apr. -The 14th FROM I SUNDAY will meet next Monday Mr B. A. Waldin, M. P. Kenney,
annual short course for 4-H Club afternoon at the exchange office in James M. Holcomb, Cbaa. Pratt,
LINES FOR CITYContinued girl of Florida I* scheduled this BAN ON LIQUOR Narenjt! to choose officer for the I W W Johnston, Cot Alva Lee,
year tar May M to June 11nclu ensuing fiscal year I I John Scanelll and S. R. SaUna'FREE *
give at Florida Stale College for The new board of directors III .

; ( From Pact One) Women according ban announce (Condemned Treat raw Ogee)'
matted showing a taunted method ment mode today by Mis FlavlaGleesoa eight concurred la Mr. Lynn's
: of parking can at 45 decree state borne demonstration belief that two policemen would "GOOFY"BALLOON
angles Instead of lot existing 99decree agect
angle stall, both OB the Approximately SOO 4-H Club be sufficient during the summer
riagler and It come aide of the girls and leader and county home Councilman HIM reported that
corner Red no parking curb linn demonstration agents will gather Wm. Sydow consulting engineer WHILE LIMITED
would extend from the corner to then for a program devoted to different for the city of Homestead, estimated WITH 2 CM! Of MOITOU'I
i the Radiant Mourn entrance on aspects of hometnaklng and that npolriiig of the deep S9pm LISTS. CHOSE BEFORE ITS TOO UTE..led .
Krome and from the corner to community activities. Trip to end of the municipal swimming I,
the beglnnlnf of franklin' store the annual abort course are award pool floor M that U would resist;
t front Parking apace for three ed on a competitive basis to girl I upward pressure of underiround I II
: cars are suggested for the apace In who excel In 4-H Club work. I water would cert 11,000. He Mid
front of Armour Fertilizer Co. on that later this week be would I
Krome avenue B. a .. Gars NEW BOOKS ",have more data on the project M
On the committee which studied One hundred new book on science The council will hold an ad-
way of reducing the danger at health history travel and journed meeting Monday night of
the bad street and highway Intersection fiction have been purchased by next week: to complete business
were 3, L. Burton. Henry toe county school board for the library unfinished at the meeting kit
Brooker, Jr. end B. W Morris' of Redland High School Monday night
from the city council and W. M.'
Fifield and Cba Caws from the'
:Redland District Chamber of i alms
Commerce. tm i '"GooUe."... s,tars and topknots and come tm
red yellow, orange end blew. The tatted late Che air. Wf
5,000 Catalogues Mailed always land"kerlop"oa their feat Worth lee bt glees filleoM
*to iadece you M try this famous Boa-caking lah.
Out by Women's College it
Cxpect mow -get I

Tallahassee, Apr. 0-More than
8000 school POUT WOO goo=
summer catalogues,
RAIOVTI 01 roAsi
giving full Information a* to tp
course and requirement for the ;f.
1938 summer term of Florida State
College for Women, are being pre-
pared now for mailing to county
end city school official In the
fate, elementary school teachers
and other Individuals throughout
Florida and neighboring dates who sIoVe
during the past few month have
made Inquiry about the coming

session. ,VAIN
The summer term, according to
Registrar S. B. Doyle, will consist
of an.Ipt-weell..wn beginning
Monday June 1, end continuing
through Friday July 1L As in

coeducationDuring I t

the session student may,
take regular college work leading'
toward an undergraduate degree
graduate work toward the most
er** degree,and course In keeping w
with state certificate requirement I
A student may earn from nine to
twelve semester hours In a sum I
mer session.
MOM Norse owner sty that

Norge it better than expected" Rtfri ..
or to choose Rollator gerttlon
Rainy weather 'letter la the essential jnal- for you borne Come NIGHTS

makes Idea of convenience eleanli- la sad tee the Norse before TOIl
new, depend tblencit, over-til 1Ia,.

SPecKleD economy A FIW Or MANY NOntt
And the KoUator Refrigerator 1 I A T U III ,.,SliJ,.S Villi" SUNDAYS (-
MOULDY offered you today is actually & l. CmAxutiat Barb tuuldhrfntf

BeANS AND Improved over those that won DLA a "UjllllMlt Shelf a
the approval of over half a Due e 1a .
TOM71TOESSULFOCIDE minion NOW' ownerarKorje mot Attmttic Flee! LH>* e i
has been made ensw besuuAil. Gtnlf St",,ii shelf Berl Im- Are BARGAIN TIMES on "
Tested proven feature have t-l (LIIrj a M Sen* '
been s4de loptr-ef/kient: cold-miking z..lIwMNJIf.

Is !the easiest and mechanism Iw been made TNa "LUT" ".'1"1_ .
even more efficient. Bore economical amok ass .elite. Now the low rate In operation
cheapest control of current. __.,t.mJ lot long distance telephoning after P.M.apply l ell Jay Sunday.
Whatever TOO expect of ;; o 0 bd' a am CRdwkAwo : This extension. of night rate to all day Sunday include both
d Station-to Station and Person.to-Person call .
electric ; p to most pointa.And
refrigerator we believeth do. bosh=
Spray your Bean*. Tomatoesor Norge will excead your no now, too, new low rate apply on Person'to-Pertnn call
Strawberries before picking : I'< dip or wash after pick. yon compare it with any other here the day Person-to-Penon rate 1* more than SO cent*.
to Insure better conditionon
arriving at market, refrigerator the more stab you t ibr'ar14'.iHOMESTEAD When yon telephone out of Iowa and will talk to at the
I whether you "condition" -- ... _tI,.".. number called that I* a Station-to-Station call But If yon '
not jourt talk to only one particular person, whose name you give
to the operator-that is a Penoo-to-Penon call Full Informs
1 Wash or dip a basket of
tion these classes of
on service aed rate to cities will
A Bean, Tomatoes In Sulfoctde.or Strawberries Keep- NORGE SHOP be found In the front page of your directory.JUMesnber .

It along ide a similar basket Nights awl Sunday are barjaia thaw fog you 'i t.
undipped or unwashed.The 99 North Krome Avenue tang distance calla
you will see Sultocide'S fthaa.J .

J On cent expense before .. ';,
j shipping Is worth one dollar SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH Co '

eapetlMafterlh\ppilll. 01 INCa I' 0'." .
i The eU' Sutfodde.beet dealer Inoi-t la on Florida having HARRY'S WELDING SHOP J :

ft Ak for leaflet, PL'OarroH nA.

"SULPOCIDTS rertoMe heckle aid Aeetrkae Welding.. Crnader Neekv Surveys :Maps
Cylinder Near, Aluminum Coatings *.4 Boners iii/.

The Bean Spray"B.C.PRAnCOMPM Automotive Machine sVBeJrng-Catefiag to garage la main i, A. R. LIVINGSTON
bearbw peering and allied reaming, connecting red passing REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER
and baring and cylinder. .......
Registered Land Surveyor

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