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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: April 17, 1936
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00068
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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.VOLUME XaiV-NUMBEU 16 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING, APR.17,1836. PRICE FIVE CENTS



WILCOX GETSENGINEERING ;(Slot Baron From to Molesting Enjoin Homestead Machines Here HOMESTEAD LOGICAL SITE



Mayor C. T. Harper and Chief.IstAchei eeevtng during the vacation I 1 FOR 'MAIN. STORM REFUGE
of Police O. H. Sullivan were of ante ot the Dade Judges: ,
served with a notice yesterday al the court to which the application -
that the Saxon Amusement Co., Will be made. I
FOR SURVEY slot machine owners, win wit M Slot, machines have been kept, ANDCOMMUNITY CENTER
April 20, next Monday, for a tern out of Homestead despite the state
pocaryinjunction against further law legalizing them Police under :
molesting of Its property by the Mayor Preston B. Bird con I t+I -
Congressman Calls Water police authorities of Jfomeetead fiscated machine as fast at they Council Cites Nearness to
Control Leaders to The notice, dated April 16 were set up, end when Mayor 1 REDLAND RALLY Keys in Applicationto
Miami named, Circuit Court Judge Geo Harper took office: he announced I I
WPAITEIUIED
Parley !
W. Tedder. Fort Lauderdale Jur- firm determination to keep the I MAY 2 GETS EYES "
one-armed bandits out of the etty.I
FRIEDMAN CONFERS The Injunction would make the I DESIRABLE,
,':HERE TillS, MORNING Aspirant for Governor city powerless to proceed against OF CANDIDATESR. 1- LAC E
f To Speak Here TuesdayI the machine under the present I
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bounty Engineer to Dis- I ordinance I Seek Shel-
; Many Refugee
,I Carter, candidate for governor The city's next move expectedto D. I. A. Fish Fry Event ;
';-. cuss' Application Details I win peak In Legion Park, be an ordinance sorting slot, Expected to 1936 I ter Here in Storms,
,.' at C of C. Homestead, at a o'clock Tuesday machine to such a restricted and Open Says Resolution
t' '- night, according to information .unprofitable are that the effect Campaign in DadeThe I
ffi Congressman J. Stark Wilcox received here yesterday.C. will banishment from the city : Application to the WPA tor the
will meet with member of the I limit political rally and fish I )location- Homestead one ol
fry to be held at the Redtend Turn I
general water eontrollUf'Ve,
com of
C. Slated
t .. Meeting the combined storm shelter and
Life School Saturday Mar :1 under -
mittee In,Miami Saturday discuss
.. For Wednesday Night community buildings for which
the proposed project and outline : the auspice -of the RedUnd I
3NILEROAD
wnaV t $64,000 District Improvement Associationwill : the government recently made an
to'faro he ha been appropriation, was made by the
I A regular meeting of the Bed* probably be Dado County'
able to da lit tu behalf since the land Chamber of Commerce will GETS UNDERCONSTRUCTION first successful big rally of the city council In a resolution adopt
Redland District Chamber of. be held next Wednesday night 4t ItM political season. The one ed Monday night
Commerce requested his aid following I' o'clock In the chamber of commerce scheduled for Miami last week The resolution, which was forwarded -
the drown-out {i building adjoining: tits city: proved a disappointment because to State Administrator E
At 10 o'clock this the :
moraine
of conflicting attractions. A. Pynchon yesterday with copies
'committee win meet with CountyEngineer I hall.Several Senator Fletcher end
project of civic 1miportance Official literature .f the Dude sent to .
Ben friedman to discuss i will be brought before Two Miles of Rightof i, County Democratic executive Trammel and Congressmen Wilcox -
the various aspect which I the meeting. Way Cleared, Grading committee U giving the Holland end Sean, point out emona
ahouldbe touched In the
upon. I other things, that Homestead .hi
application which: the county. commission Started rally prominent recognition And located in the section frequently
agreed to sponsor and the' candidate are putting It down In visited by hurricanes, that It .to
Dad County planning board last REBUILDING OF Twq mile of the three-mile their date book e. something not' on the only highway leading twine
'r -./Week recommended to''.the wTA. Richard road construction pro. to be passed up. As the 1'1I111'
"'" key, and Ua.at, maru ot rite
'erTTlllsconfimeaee." will be' held in} POWERUNEWSTART [ jecVA bmrTteare and'grading wU&waa, .ia.J>avbeca held ID key residenteMWttfHbmeeteadfor
",. the Redland District Chamber of I bat been started ors'put of it collection with the Dade County safety In hurricane times that
Tropical Fair was rained out, the ,
,Cbminerre rooms at Homestead. since work WM begun on Thursday Homestead owns Its ewn electric
J Mr, Wilcox Issued the Invitationfor MONDAY of last week. rally on May 1 will be the opening, light and water plant 4nd sewer
the Miami conference in I let. The project,. which originally gun in the political campaign In systems and la, in short, a convenient -
ter dated from Washington on was planned as a federally-aided South Dada The speaking will accessible and desirable
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:April 1) and addressed to Preston farm-to-market road from the be outside it the weather I* fair, "
40 Local Men to Work in place for the location of one of
B. Bird who a* chairman of the east end of Mowry road to Richard and U It rains speakers and audience I the storm refuge building
Two Shifts of Three
- will adjourn to the school
chamber of commerce water control and north on Richard to Hainlln The resolution of application
committee, ha been In correspondence Days Each drive, a distance of U mike, and auditorium.The I offer land for a storm refuge cite
with the .congress figured by county and state engineers speaking will begin at 10 without cost to the government
man on this subject since early in Work U expected to tart Monday to be possible at I cost of .. m. At noon the tub tried overopen I The committee appointed to
March. He wrote that fee would on reconstruction of the electric $52.000, was let to Belcher Asphalt fins by fish fry expert, tabulate the gasoline and oil bid
be in Miami Saturday on official light and power lines and rebuilding Co. for $84,000. Rigid government will be served free to all with submitted at the preceding meeting
business and would like to talk of worn parts of the generating specifications were held responsible adequate aid dishes and trim announced awards a* fallows:
with members of the committee I engine of Homestead' for the shrinkage to :3 and mings. John Scanelll: who I* In fuel oil for light and water plant
concerning the water control project municipal light plant. Cordon sixteen one hundredth mile at charge of the fish fry preparetions engines Standard Oil Co ; Dlc-a-t
Ivey, superintendent said yesterday the larger figure than wa estimated said yesterday that no one lubricating oil, Gulf Refining ('0< I
The bureau of agricultural engineering I for the 13-mile stretch, all who attend the rally will be allowed kerosene and automotive lubricating
of the U. S. department A total of 40 men. working In of which with the exception of to go away hungry. oil the Texas Co gas.ul>ne
of agriculture will furnish expert I two shifts of three days each, will the Richard road ction would During the day fruit juices and I for trucks ant engineering supervision needed be employed on the work. The have been resurfacing of present light refreshments will be on sale ( between the Seaboard OHCo
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for the Dade County water control line reconstruction contract will roads. at booths operated by the fUdUuid and the Sinclair Co
project if the WPA will furnish I be carried out by the M. t M. Construction Construction Will be of e six- Parent-Teacher Association.: Proceeds I Policeman Pyv, who was to be
f men and material needed for Co:, of JMlami.. The McIntosh inch lime rock base with surface will be divided between the dropped from the force for economy -
i the technical Investigation, according Seymour Co., manufacturer greatmelawith a bituminous material. P.-T. A. treasury and a fund for reasons May 1, submitted his
1 '. to a letter received from I of the Diesel generating engines T. 1:. Price loa doing the the purchase of uniform for. the resignation effective as of April
Mr. Wilcox Saturday by the chairman ha the contract for rebuilding work for Belcher Asphalt Co. D. school band. 8, with the request for a two week
of the chamber of commerce them M. Papy of Ojua, state road department vacation allowance to which he
water control committee. This Approximately 370 !new poles I* project engineer and TO ATTEND STATE MEETING claimed he wo entitled. The
letter said, In will replace the light posts Win. S. Jordan I field
part: present engineer Either Justice of the Peace Sid council declined to recognize the
"In accordance with your recent I and new wire will be strung Approximately 30 men are at workon L. Kendrick or Constable) Joe claim to n vacation as city employees
\i.. communication relative to the necessity throughout the city distribution the road now and It la estimated Scarborough will attend the an- in recent yean have been
for the Installation ot ef- system. The whole project financed that at the peak there will vacations without to
nual meeting of Justices and constable taking pay
I"h.. Homestead area I brought the through a Public Work be about! 45 men employed on the of the Hate to be held April aid the city over the matter to the attention of the department I Administration loan-grant will job. The employment of local 23-24 In Bradenton. Mr Scarborough but he was voted two week pay
I' of agriculture. Today I cost approximately $41,000. needy men is specified in the contract Is a vice-president of the in lieu of the three-week notice
have received MIll Mr. S. H. Mc- All unskilled labor will be' obtained be was to have received.
Crory, chief of the bureau of agricultural through the federal employment The contract calls for completion organization.
engineering, the enclosed bureau In Miami of of the project In 221 days,
original letter. You will note which S. Bobo Dean has charge- but it U believed th.t.1t win be Church Should Oppose Evil Politics m
N, from Mr. McCrory'a letter that Mr. Ivey has seen to it that local done In a shorter time than that
he believe that the matter can men in sufficient: number for the if no unforaeen'difficulties arise. But Pick Candidates Says Sims
be undertaken If the Works work register with the bureau in ,
Progress Administration will set order to insure the employment HELD FOR KNIFE MVKOCBHants VSSIB
(Continued on Pep Five) of local men on the contract.II' Cox Princeton negro, I The church should not be in fire or air in them for six week
wa Demanded to the Dade County politic to the extent of lat a time Well a lot of people
Jail al bearing before Justice of particular candidates 'ndoraln'l think they can stow religion away
Each Precinct to Elect One Woman the Peace Sid L. Kendrick Monday I duty ot the church to like that and pay the preacher so
night to await trial for the wholesome principles and against much I year for It. .
k And One Man to County Committee knife murder of Matthew Allen, political clique and legalized "In other words, they don't want

,,, negro In the Princeton negro evils, said the Rev. J. C. Sims, : religion to disturb the even tenorof .
A woman as well, a* a man can be one woman front each county in quarter on March 21 following pastor of the Riverside Baptist I their way They are opposedto
,. < elected from each peeeenet to the the eongxeesional district, and the I drunken quarrel. Church of Miami speaking the ,, the preacher getting up and
.. ; county executive committee of state executive committee will be Redland District: Lion Club Tuesday disturbing them in their pre-con- ,,
- each of the political parties in theo composed ot one man and on* THE VtEATIICE night on "The Relationship of calved: opinions.1'
< June primaries as I result illation passed at the last session In Florida ttxa.esMt .,area. Messes"- rrwMa. "A great mass of people have an r gallon of everything that Christ
of the Florida legislature, according "The new tow I* ,a challenge to Date [ax,Min var. Rain Idea that religion is something stood tor, Mr. Sun Mid
W, to Information that !loa being every Florida woman and to every I April tO 43 30.13 apart from _'* normal life- "The church should not stand
broadcast to wome ot this state woman's group In the state to : AprI,11LIT:: I 84 30:07IApnl : .01 something like the old-fashioned I tor certain candidate: it I* not "I
by the women' division of the elect women to the political organizations 12 --_. II i 17I I dealing with things like that. But
Democratic National committee.i who will set an example I April 13 14 +, 12 Jo.ol :except i the boIII- with theprinciples
Likewise the congressional ex- for th* year to come," say April 14 1 1.3 I 13 30.15 [I when Sally was having I beau, I the Ideals of
ecuUve committee of each party the bulletin sent out by the worn- April U. I IJ I $4 30 13 i he said. 'Even now I can small life: those tfcmg U it men ought ;
will be composed of ODe man and '. (Continued, on Page four) April 11 IS II 30.08 those parI n--a musty odor no I i: (Continued an P n five)


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Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, April 17, 1936.-

ia that city in a North Florida found guilty of possessing boliia
ERNEST GRAHAM Will GiVe'Program HereTo CONSTABLE POSTIS I s.aHe obtained leave of and policy ticket as fined $23 or
Help Key Church Fund absence from his duties as Instructor 25 days in jaU.
In physical education, sanitation Other cases were: Lutha Mc.
SOUGHT AGAINBYSCARBOROUGH Redland Clcnidor disorderly! conduct,
CANDIDATE FOR Residents of the keys are Planting and agriculture at SlQ
High School or 10 daf Blanche. Fordsdn, dis-
to the Neva
' to live a School program Homestead Mrs Bradley remained to com- ordorly conduct, 15 or 5 days, R'Reggio
King Cooper
STATE SENATOR
Auaflio
.drunk. *3 9
or
Thursday evening 'to help raise plete I.baarm as teacher In Red-
money tot rebuilding! the churches land school but she will join her days; Robert Wlnn drunk and disorderly -
destroyed bib Labor Day hurricane 3 M. (Joe) Scarborough, 1 native husband at the end of the school conduct $10 or 10 days;
Ernest :R. Graham, owner-man Leo L..Poyser pastor of Floridian announcing hit year; She J' flaying wftt betmother Willie Webb, disorderly conduct
ager act the Graham Dairy has, the dturetus'announce!. candidacy tor re-eltetion is Mrs. Wayne Calkins. S10 or 10 days; Willie Jones disorderly y
for the stable of the fourth eo"-I conductt $10 or 10 days
announced his candidacy Walcott concert i
Miss Loren
Dade County: subject to the -ae. r :Ki'- CASES Jim Williams, drunk and dleorderly
office of auto senator subject to and radio star, will sing impersonate -
ocntic primary in June. He was Tea cases were tried by Mayor conduct, $10 or 10 days;
Miss Wal
the June Democratic primaries and give readings Rosie Watts, disorderly conduct '
born In Marion County and first Charles T. Harper in mayor's ,
soloist five In the
cott a rears
was
Hit platform, based on observance first M. E. Church of Forth Worth, I came to the east coast In 1911 He court Monday night J. Hunter, case continued.

of needs here durtsg Ms Texas, and soloist for two yearsIn has been I permanent resident of
residence of 16 years, calls lot New York City at the Presbyterian I I the county since II19.
abolition of poll tax, removal I Church of Fifth avenue and Mr. Scarborough says, "If re-I VOTE FORPRESTON ...
ahiwls from politics, reduction ofl I Fifty-fifth street Miss- Ann Ma- etecte, I will continue to devote all .
+ kaolin tux and adequate kin, pianist will play her accom'I my time to the office, being on call
in.itiun for Dade County rePN-1 paniment. twenty-four hours a day, and I B.
Ifiiishture, I I will endeavor to assist the farmer
Among others on the programwill
faith tw' if hn children in pub- : be Mm Phyllis Walker, vocal and grove owner as much at possible
H, schools in Florida Mr. Grahams soloist, and Miss Edna Ray Hin- by conducting investigation BIRDfor
and serving notices at night, so
$" he msidiii, > it high time ion, pianist, both of Miami. and a w
that the least time will
hat we >topped l the custom of I Homestead instrumental trio, GeoM possible"
be lost from work
1)"otlOj/lChools from one politician Frick Dr. H. S. Wolfe and Mrs.
He was connected with the Dade ,,
another
to Jos. Elder.
County road department for six
on the subject of taxation, he M All contributions toward' the and one half yean and served aa COUNTY
igoromly opposed to the coUec- building fund will be greatly ap- superintendent of roads In the
ton of taxes In Dad for support preciated, Mr Peyser says They fourth commissioner district for ,
Of other sections of the state I may be mailed to him Box 621, \lU'elllld one hall years. COMMISSIONER5th I S

The state ot Florida" jh* explained Homestead He fa married has two children .
"!pent approximately and makes his home in Homestead.
07,000,000 last year. Dada oouny -: 84th division, 10 month of which 1 District. Dade Countyour'X6ie
paid one sixth of all state taxes were spent overseas.
Bill Bradley to Play'Professional
'f* -condition which obviously i
deeds correction.'As In 1021-ofhe'hi became Pennsylvania resident Sugar manager BaseballWm. t : d Support

for schools in politics, I for Co, and has lived In Dade'County -
Bradley; Jr. left.last week .'Will:Be Appreciated.,
one. do not like to think of the .b then. He resigned to1BS1 j ; ,
for Gainesville
education of my children M being where he will ply .. .
to operate hi* own saran He baseball with the Vain I ,- .
represent
dependent on the whims of politicians. also served as a member of the -,
Let's take the school out state road board for two"and a half
of politics and keep it dut" years, resigning to devote his time t
Graham. who is a graduate of to fanning
the Michigan College of Mines, Is Graham Is married and hasthree 1911 FORD TtDOR-Nice .
a World War veteran. He enlisted children He Is Ii member of clean car good tires runs You
and served 22 months In the first the Harvey Seed Pat, American fine. 1936 Tag. Carries can save
battalion of the 309th engineers Legion our guarantee. ;



Save time now on next season's rush. Let 1931 CHEVROLET COACHIf

us clean, overhaul and paint planters, dusters, you want a coach, $50 to .,7S "

spray-rigs, etc. We can store them for you at a grasp this opportunity to
get a nice eleaear with
reasonable rate. '
good paint and seat covers

Save yourself money and time. Rust and Mechanically A-l. '3t tag at this great spring clearance sale o!

weather ruins new tools. See us now.

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HOMESTEAD MACHINE SIIOP 1129 CHEVROLET COUPE:

I), 0. Box 1034 Formerly ignition expert.owned Kept by an In USED CARS re>

S. W. Second Street Homestead, Fla.DON'T perfect condition. '38 tag.



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Enjoy the new furniture, electric refrig- -runs well-priced right Easy Monthly Terms :C

erator or washing Inachine'now. Paint the for this kind of car. 19 tag.,

house or put on a new roof. Buy a new.watch 1911 CHRYSLER 'OUPE193. FORD LONG WHEEL-

or gun. Here are a few of the hundreds of SEDD- New paint-- t:8; : TRUCK-Cab' and body
1914 PACKARD condition. Looks tag Tires good. Good,
Items that can be purchased on. A big car at a small price- and Is. If you want a nice car for a lot of miles yet
just the thing to take a trip that will last long time see
in and save railroad fare this one. -
Sears Easy Payment Plan going back-cash talks and
we don't want too much 1930 CHEVROLET TltUCK-
Cab and flat body Looks good
last small down little each month cash.TRUCKS
a payment and a ) 1930 CHEVROLET COUPEpriced low.

With rumble seat Theprice
will Interest you at this time, fi
Sewing Machine Water apply SrrflemKooriag : -All sixes and deMon later if we fix it up. 1934 CHEVROLET S. W. BASE
Floor Covering scriptions. Ready to sell -Has been worked over. In
SUverwar Faint and use. We don't need good shape.

Furniture Electric Light nut them this summer. You 1S2S FORD CAB TRUCK =
will be the winner by buying ----
StoresWanking Musical Instrument Priced cheap. Good for many
now. 1 mile yet See this it you 1930 FORD COUPE-Mechanically +
Machine Typewriter want something for grove work : in fine shape-good paint
Variant Cleaners Fewer Tools i and looks good.

Electric beaters COM Lowest Prices- Most Con _

efrlgerater* Men1 Overeeeis venient Terms 1914 FORD 8. W. BASE cab Every car a real bargain i
Chinaware Men's Belt I and stake truck. Now i* the
Plambing Bicycle I time to buy for next year. This .--:-
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"11I11I111I11I1111111111I111111I( !"1U1I1I!/ III// 4-Day F. F. A. Tour of State Described i Oceta.program The Easier was heard owe.at. e Bok r-,,[I art range up for a boxing the annual show father and to and ai.-

By Member of Homestead ChapterBy I. ...... I I 1M belta411eL
20 Years AgoImlIIIlIUIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOl1II1II11I I II The trip back was made through I Paul ShatikKn made a reportof

..., Lake Wales, Sefcrmg,I! the radio program liven on
I Paul BhankHa the district diamond ball touma. Fort Pierce and down the coast, MencUy during the national tarot

1 ( / The Homestead F F A. chapter meat there. At noon an exhibi- and when the sleepy sprawledout I and home hour He said that

concluded a tour-day tour of tion lam was played with Haw- I outfit pulled In, it wa tired eight minute of the hour were
... ..... devoted to commenting on the
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thorne. The lead changed bands but still bragging..
_. &me 04 VOW the stat at 2:30: a. m. Monday
BMW".5.a.a.d .... 14. lets Travellnr the F. F. A. truck, three times but Hawthorne won The trip covered 1,130 mile Homestead chapter's activities.
es as r..Ada .w4Apr. Mr. WakefleU' crew left Homestead in the eighth; I to S. CreruwU I AU had sore throat but Mr. Wake- The sweepstakes prise at the fair

at 4 a> In. Thursday and hit a home run. Cloninger a triple I field and he did not have becausehe and the entertainment of the Kansas

1% 1916 traveled up the east coast to Mel- and double and Shanklta three couldnt ting at much a* the boy were) mentioned also

The Silver Palm girl*' basketball bourne, then over to SL Cloud triples Mattson pitched I restMr.

team defeated the Homestead F F. A. chapter where. a green The boy left for Chlefland at i Wakefield got a coco cola Florida Spent
basketball team by a score of 15 hand Initiatory degree was given 3:10 p. m. and arrived at the edIe for every pop up on the trip and
to 7 at the Homestead court Tuesday four honorary members Afterward of nowhere In time to play baD : gave one for every horn run. I

afternooon. The Silver Palm the diamond ball team defeated again Afterward getting eight i Those making the trip were: the, $36,861,207

lineup was composed of: Edith I St Cloud, 4 to 1. Mattson runt in the tint inning, Homesteadwon i genial Mr. Wakefield,Swede Matt-

Moore center; Zona Ingraham, gave three hlte.I 16 to 11. Cloninger pitched ton Almost Hardly Cloninger. Last Year
guard; Grace Cox guard; Sadie I Near Sanford the boys caw the and gave five hits, but erron let Cut Shanklln, King Edward Rad-
Gasman, forward; Bertha Cox largest cypress tree in the United runt in H* struck out eleven and ford. Catcher Martin Sleepy Sam O
forward. The Homestead lineup States. This 'tree la FT feet In hit two home run*. Mattson hit Allen John Getchll'redrkk. Myron I DADE COUNTY

was ai follow: Louise Mack-I diameter and 35,000 year old. two doublet and Shanklln, n I' Mtisbag Orennell, Thomas,1,

art, center Charlotte Collins They arrived In Sanford at 4 triple. Moffett Just Kirby and Contact Paid Over Ono-Sizlh
guard Alice Kahl, guard; Frankie I After the game everyone drove I Darthness
m. and won a ball IS toII
p. game
Hobson, forward; Alma Lmdgren II mites through sand and Jungleto I of the Slats Taxes
with Cloninger giving one hit Ineven F.-
forward I Innings. He also truck out the Suwannce and nearly Homestead F. A. NewsBy O
"Mrt. A. D. Tower mother of did tome boat riding before -
everyone : Tern Moffett
12 and hit a home run. After the
Dr. J. B. Tower ha returned to dark. A mock trial followed,,I Now I* tit Tim It
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the Sanford 1'.1' A projects
her home In Topeka, Kansas." game then a catfish suppef wa served I--c- STOP in
were Inspected, a trip was made honorary members were
-"A surprise party wu given toMUi by the host, and 0 boy-what
through a huge celery washing Initiated last Wednesday night by
.
Alma Lindgren at the homeOf tlxh! FURERNEST
VOTE
house and the state market wa member of the local r. F. A. at
Dr. Lanler by the aeventb. and
looked over. The night wa spent In the the clubhouse. The Dew members R.
cighttt grades in honor of her
The DeLao4 chapter entertainedthe school Chiefland, and the Home. are H. L. Cook, Bill FifleM, J. D.
.tlrthdaj."Mr.. Homestead., group at a perch stead T. T A. boys left the wil- Redd and O. B. Parker They"
GiAHAMSTATE
first* Norwood has opened lIP flph'. tr%. ,Oft'. a. small lake, .near derneea. at'I a. m. Sunday. No pressed their apprecialioB.ot membership
a eUsunflUneryitore In the ..town and"eachof the .visitors kiddm"", but every time the Dative and President John Fred
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trtot room ot the Norwood. bulWint kpept 'the- nlgM with. a.. .Lewd on the SWMMC*scratch their leD rick welcomed' them Into the ..
la
Fiona City mrmber. turpentine run out, and they ehapte

Ale. 0.'Arfatlwrell'etuprlaeDat'Iyya. --.1 .: Prldalnooq',meetiAg"rasrbeld have to'knock the .owto off the Another Initiation took place SEKATRRsaw.

&> In Crescent City: ,and another ballgamVwoo alarm ttoct* to ace the time to the and several green kaadrwereudaCOME
a I l .. '-r
given'last Tweak-etthe'home of ;1 W.. .ShanJtUft gave OratnarV ..... .. --
Mr. and Mr Charles,"Mokert, two* 'hbI'ancfhlt"a; triple.) The cross state caaal was vltitH Commttteea were assigiird to
Played Hastings: in the after
who! Intend to 1 Weooo lor their *
former home in Idaho. The'par noon. Everyone .blew'high wide r
:Kc
and handsome, made 20 errors,
ty: wu formed at the residence of
rand lost, 17 to 9. Clonlnjer hit'I
A. It Krpenbaeh. Those present
a borne and Allen a
were: Mr and Mrs. C. T. Fuchi run triple.
Mr. and Mn John Leedom Mr. At 4 p. m. St. Augustine was

and Mn. Ernest Betti, Mr. and I gone over thoroughly Fort Marion -
Mrs. Albright Mlunit Mn. Wm. the oldest school, and the I'v

Van Winkle Mr. and Mn. Frank oldest home were Inspected
Next the headed for Hawthorne
Patterson Mr. and MIL A. H. Erp I boy -
and in there I
pulled at
enbach, Mr. and Mn. Henry Shoe-
maker, Mr. Wm. Heuer! Mrs. Ed- p. m. A chicken supper wa held
for them In the The
park. green a
ward Goldberg, Mill Louise
Mackert, the Misses Engensperger,I hand and Initiatory degrees were
the TVtestrs. Fred Fuchs, Robert given at. the meeting. Waldo
chapter, also was there The
Thornton Harding Engensperger -
I night In the Hawthorne
was spent
Erpenbach, Erlinger and Erl-
Inger who walked In on the unsuspecting agricultural building.
They left Hawthorne at 6 a. m.
host .
Saturday and went to Gainesville -
-"On Sunday, March 10 a 'Pic
where they drove through
nic Dinner toook place at the
the then bead-
university ground
home of Mr. and Mn F. C. Hennat
Florolda City ed south for Wllliston to watch

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Part Four THE LPADER-ENTERPRISE Friday April 17. 1936. :d dI
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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE' I Each Precinct to Elect One Woman I! THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER I

rtiaOabed FtMart alatea lieme- And One Man to County; Committee i BT KB*. U I* BOW, UBRAKUUrUWUIV ,
*. n*.. ar the Seta Dade I .

Tabilthlag Ct. I fCan""" I ncponaibtUty of Initiating m or- I _trill ,tractor but not now we buy our'fnIit

aveaCRE'* ._ Saner I en's dlvill j ......tiOD that will act a standard anaaa.r.'wsa..ab. Thin.., M a.Ynads. m. Juice to cans (Mr. Pound
tional I for the tutor I. ....*.,s it 1111. i P. W. doe not talk like that The librarian
follows *.....r> a. .:is; w e. *; i-t P .. I grasped at the opportunity .
Catered aa second etaae snail : 'The women of Florida can now
aaatler Han .. lilt, al the ,*., The put a woman on every precinct\ I for a few personal reG
Mina at ItosMstead,Florida, ender parsed a and county committee In the state, So many art ;calls for book 1 II marks.)
Want to get back to
the act tf March S, 1ST. every women with the courage, conviction an chemistry w* bought a new something
new df... and energy to serve; women volume the other day, "The Home I II lighter in reading Just try

It... MICE lit* A TEAR sfeUlty who win accept these Important I Chemist"; on* of tboM dot1II "Singer of the Wilderness by ",
It is a .. position feeling that they haft a book Tell bow to set up'WnJUam Byrom Mtwery A mod ,
..,4.... definite responsibility for tile organisation a hone laboratory glues full and em romance of the far north Wolf
TIlE HOSTEL FLAW Party; : of women along political explicit Instructions for numerous 1 LIngard extended his trading posts
Young people wantfag to travel kQMra M lines In their precinct and interesting experiments An 600 mile Into the virgin strong ,:
unds 1IIIbC.11 turn And diet tram I woods of the far north, and car-
oej meager { I Bounties.Tbt opportunity to somethingand
to the Cia at last >> fun white ried with him radio, airplane and
plan developed Europe I I taw provide for congressional : lob of learning.If '
called Ukf youth hostel movement excreta a I district leader whose, duty you have a bobby for chemistryyou many marvels of modem science,
" Hostels, to T. D. Young In the I but bad to resort to the old science ,
according of
1 lit will be to co-ordinate tile ac-I will want to own a copy and bullets
brawn beforehe
of
ofvEngland In the Rotsrlan Magazine Thia I tivities in the counties, this books for yourself U you
originated aa Germany ..- every log tins district; and COIIIPI"iaIu I.... looking around for a bobby to I won Jean Laramie. This Is a.
mod a quarter of a rentary ago. ery :I leader whom .Jo fall the 1 adopt, something to take care of j I good story.FROM .
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Youth Hostel Association* have elect responsibility tor the entire state t your vacation time. Just read a I "-,,-
been orsaniaed. to no lea than IT llI & The law In its operation guaranteesan I chapter or two In this book and':
OUR MAIL BOX
countries Last year they were ample for efficient party set-up. The I you will be on your way Home *
started ta the United Slate But Women character of the women who are chemistry provided a bobby from I ---
what I" this new movement for elected to serve will determine which the amateur can learn a A KEQCE9T
youth, Md what I) Its purpose' nent 1y11 whether their organization are :treat deal about the startling
"In .. word," says Mr. Young. precinct, good bad or indifferent.The I wonders and mysteries of the Editor Leaden.-Enterprise: -.
Mil ma be said that the have the Florida registrations reveal : modern world. Accurate teat A* pastor of the First Baptist
im'at >ctil.wort youth's 1DOVl"-1 iively the fact that the vote of the I how bow everyday substance Church of Homestead which hat
urge Jo break away and go out and become men has been almost double the I found In every hone may be given more than twenty-five
beyond More than perhaps. ery of ; vote of the women Now I* the analysed. You win begin to. feel yean of service to the people of
It Is .. Mrtetaent Jsf r"from ts*1 majority time for every Florida woman to i, like a magician. This la one of this town and surrounding country -
testri id**' pFdffsmechanized : c.1, their I do her part toward bringing this. those e*q to wad boob, common I would like to ask the owners -
existence to greaterfreedom art said up to the 90-80 standard also. And I everyday language and every step ot an places of business and
of nature To the woods ers. N go"I the first practical steps in this:| illustrated, an along the WI y. entertainment that are open on
and lajr then ..*"1 rtven.wbetevcr ida matter... to register pay the poll| One of the very new books Sunday to close at the 11 o'clock
pine and the tyy l tax and then vote. And the how, which should Interest most of us hour Of wonhlp next Sunday and
scenery sweet and dean Because This I when, and where of each of then I just *t the present time is "In at the < clock: hour of worship
n mer has been provided wfcereb revival service Is being
women I must be understood The answersto dustrial America Its Way of Work while our
,
the can do it cheaply, convMHenilv effort to the following questions must be and Thought" by Arthur Pound. hold.
and safely, H is called a flIP. not learned, and then lived up to! I For nearly two years he has worked I would like to ask also that
mown'' 'it Perhaps is of this the of Homestead attend
i people
"' L Why do you have to, on this book In which be gives
11Mlbellaal Yft. he the re-i 1I their churches en masse next Sun
register The Florida law individual and accurate studies
continues, "have Increased In law, and I I day that there might be a turning
of
twelve
quire biennial registration in all great Industrial cor-
number enormously A..I.* Riled I I I of our hearts to God and that we
precincts In counties of more than porations. Business methods are
not exactly hoteL but ft serves be ... precincts''1 might remember this day to keep
I gOOM population: bi all i, set forth and so are the individual
the Some nt the hostels
purpose I
erty
I I it holy.
located In cities of more than 20- philosophies which have made
are txtrtmety handsome buildings arpnJ I then This is Just a request to which
000 population. Even If you do not l twelve varied enterprisesgreat
Others art quite mt H 4 prt not aim fed the each may respond aa he feels led,
live within such a center tf popeslotion and kept them sound. '
p* There* M unifonsrity. no campaign C. N. WALKER.
must register U | Ida begins to be Interested In
you you
desire for It In an of then, bow alize the I 101'-1 Homestead, Apr. 15 1930.
manufacture of
have moved since your last registration. paper so .
few task
a
ever. itqartsneatt art best tqUi ------ -
met Of course you must I us will turn to Chapter IX, '
spective register tf you haft never before Water and Brains". Power wood GIRL SCOUT NEWS 11j
Each hat a tosnmot raorn, registered.X and water are the essentials of '
usually watts firrplae especially west What qualifications must modem paper making, and Mr. Br Mary Jo close ,

used lot evening gatherings. Each Tht you haft to be enititlerf to vote* l Pound tells us the greatest of -
has cooking facil ties, and separate nanctd" DUll have resided ta Florida one these la water The sheet of paper Today some of the teaderfoaiscoutspassed

dormitories and washing and vie club yeas and hi the county six .. upon which you writ was once the, alone cede. We ',
t.let farUitkt tor boys and girls.TWeort the- '" I Section SW Of the Florida law provides almost fluid and out of the very are planning ***d eolteetion. )fr,
for a night's lodging b.M ..--. : If you should become 21 *r real problems of ita manufacturewas 1 Moomaw will help III classify It. S
mints or less This includes attain your residence, after the that of adding and subtracting Wa planned a bicycle hike Sato 1
bed and blanket But each joust some I book close on April M. but before water. Chapter V "Pouring Ideas urday We win leave Captain :j
sMist provide tf rent ear the night, bus a I the first primary election June Into Tin Cans" is another topic Skills house at 7-39 o'clock "
a Vhlafstck'. This la kind (M a does not I tnd you may appear before your which win find interested readersIn Tonight Captain Skill: will attend *
steeping bag that Is realty only a I! county supervisor of registration Florida. It la said we live out a leaders meeting In Miami.
couple of half-sheet sewed together tourists make an affidavit M such facts of tin cans and all the kitchen Those present were Captain
at the bottom and providedwith and be registered and qualified. equipment the modem housewife SkHL Elizabeth Skin Vera Rhen !

tie-string ditional tf you are more than SI, your poll needs! in Florida la a stove, a pan ey Barbara Bigfters, Athlej Kemp,
"Each guest provides his or bet would tax must be paid also. or two and a good can opener Mar- Franc Rutland and Mary
own toad. rascally buying H *> sable to I (To Be Continued Next Week) Once she needed a fruit Juice ex !o Cloie. *i .
COW: so as not to overburden the ..
mcksack which every wandereiIt I
carrle la cooked and eaten In,
the hostel Each hostel is IN chargeof .1

resident wardens; usually a HEAR "
man and his wife who !Jaw a flab ,
for young people, ,
The rules I m hostels he >xDJaloa. r
'art fw and ilmpl Them
to M arrrloe You help yourself
Conduct must" orrb',1Nt there DR. J. DEAN ADCOCK
art a few pnllefUlse musts'
Smoking and
slrohott
liquors are a :
.
prohibited You are not supposed
to stay more than a night at the
aame hostel but If there ls no In- '

evening rush,)* wan right People J gin Revival Servkegs y
above It,'norpt<< member, ant not ." \ :it .

ordinhroy,gidtd as guests; and .. i I.
in any case thfee who art young .. '. 1 I' ',.., (; .;
tr beet first ttO. The taw Ironclad .
the :
; at
,
'
rule M that th* guest mart "
leave hi* lodging rebate than he
Quad its ifIto..*.

Today these hostels,; art K i it HOMES1'EAD BAPTIST '
CHURCH
numerous to several tountrle taI ,
Europe that it la possible to arrange
an easy Itinerary and apeevery tfd
) night at one. touring weeks

J. at a time'tns far)this drttghtful exceedingly'way.ecoasnlrat A- gg (Preaching Every Evening at 8:00 o'clock

'4 1 hpstel usuaUy it to be faOM near .. : ',- J ". i' "
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: Very arenfttentcr. In I'H.the ., ., ; .,.,. ; : .;. .
J} nenttr'oT honrl was reckoned .
to.hUOO. and Vie bttmbef 6t :: >.
APRIL.a
guestoiSWOOO.Last .
.year the first hostel was ,
tatabUMied In the United State

at Rant NorthfHaa, Maaaorbusetta.

Almost overnight, a loop of M .
': hostels or hikrrt tams were ,
AI'
I.-blWMtd"aJoaI .400-anil trail 'l
ti. through the White and Green :; : "

Mountains of New.England. It Is : Everybody Welcome ,
expected that note loop wilt be ,

I.I' organ!" ,In Mhct parts of the I "
cpantry.-vtiyeetamr hi tN regime

i, with fcintortic.s*_'wtt aa scenic In- ,

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::1 Friday, April 17, 193 -------
Local Girls Make .TsSall. 'aaVSlgsli and U special
, WILCOX GETS Church Should Opp wo
( I .tadmt*.
Honor Roll at College
Mia Defcney sees to the student
But Pick No Ca .
their aft the taster .r gram!
ENGINEERINGFORSURVEY
To ----sere. April 1, Mhw presented' bar the Meteodtet all..-
.. and Miss Kath- do...
Delaney
from One
(Continued Page )
Harper, of Homestead were
to have within them It they come
Call
the 364 student at Flori-I First
out and tor office.
run I State College tor Women acre Wife (over totophone): "Wee,
(Continued From Fife One) "Judge these men who are running I the approbation list or me on the corner at T *'..".
for office. Why sq interested T roll for the third quarter "All right What time
tide fund to pay the cost of necessary Husband-:
What Is their motive* Are they the current session & R. Doyle "
Sx.
will you be there -
technical Investigation. I .
men who see all side of a ques- I has just announced. Mile
The bureau of engineering tion Will they demand that I* a Junior in the school fader One Roof
think that there should be an which Is right? We have got to home economic and Mist Jones U supporting two wives
exhaustive study of this problem I develop men and women that will I Ia a freshman In the col, now-"
be and do the things that make for I I of art and science i "What!"
before any measure are under- the highest human value
The approbation list included "Hi son just got married."-Ex. i
talced. It It my opinion that their' "I consider that the minister Is
name of 88 seniors, 43 juniors,I
view li well founded because our all inclusive In his message because I sophomores, 47 freshmen, six WANT ADS PAY
problem In south Florid U notIons first ot all, a church man,
one of drainage. There are should have the highest conception !,
many season when our crop of human value because ot.t: : :: I
It--ft.
suffer for the lack of adequate the teaching of Christ Stand FURNISHED
moisture. There art other seasons and condemn and It necessary, :
of course when we are expose those things not dealing in (1 I
drowned out U the result of excessive personalities I speak of certain DUPLEX APARTMENTLiving
rain and flood condition evil force, iniquitous legislation
What we need therefore I It water seeking to destroy human value room, bedroom, kitchen, bath and sleeping
control and this may be installed for the take ot personal gain- I
in such a manner a* to Insure the slot machine. I porch. All modern conveniences. $25 a month
I
adequate moisture during periods
"When a man comes out for office ;
of drouth but will dispose of excess -' by Collins Grove Federal Highway and
water during periods of flood Judge hit put record,his bust- 1 i year .
ness his social life. And when :
condition. The bureau of : "
agricultural -
you get a good man In office keep Biscayne Drive. ,
engineering has agreed him there. Paul said 'Prove all
to furnish Urn services of Mr. B., and I I
thing hold fast \a that which
8. Clayton associate drainage
engineer U good'. That 1 II my political
to the
supervise project, philosophy." '
but the difficulty at the moment III'' I'
In securing an allocation of funds' The club voted that the Lions I EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING
In _pentloll with other clubs :
for the purpose of paying the expenses '
incident to the survey and and civic organization go after HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOP
technical investigation."I one of the storm shelter house to I' M. I>. ""OOB EN. prop.so ,
be bunt by WPA la southern ]rior- I
have taken the natter up N. Reese Avenue Phone It"
with the Works Progress Administration -
through the office of Mr. federally approved agency hat --_.-.-..----.-.------.-
E. A/ Pynchon. state administrator made the survey and determined
at Jacksonville, and have requested upon plant which they pronounceto
him to adopt the survey asa be practical It will also benecessary
WPA project. I think it wouldbe before proceeding in our I i vt r -a- //' ,
well for civic organization, effort to secure funds to have the
farmers' associations and public detailed plan and specifications st' yn isle a ., al--- P
a- '?V' I .rM RM
spirited citizen to take the matterup prepared and a* nearly a* possible
also with Mr. Fynehon and see accurate evtimate of the costs
U anything can be done towards "Our first and most important
having the survey adopted a* a step therefore Is to secure the approval
WPA project After the survey of the survey a* a WPA
has been made and ''the detailed project and secure the allocationof
plan have beer worked cut and WPA fund for that purpose.
the costs have been estimated I Interest supplement my request
will then take the matter up here I think it well therefore that local
with the view of trying to securean upon Mr Pynchon. by sending inappropriate
allocation of federal fund for letters and resolutions -
the purpose: of putting the project to him calling attention to the
into effect' conditions and the need for the
"'1 will not be able to secure I installation of such water control
.
such funds however, until some measure" I



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Western T-Bon Bleak Dinner Pee Chicken Dinner 7SoRenter
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Her the items die
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not IMP** year Urn saisAJlp thai whole story of automobile economy., make the Ford the most economical card ,
see needed sepein and hnprortmcatt I
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.- Than make a liat of the repairs e> In.tnnmmmn But driver ought to know,better. For, More value for every dollar you pay
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I) you Property witn yew Owing Fee mexine
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Brooker Lumber Co.Phone preciation Saving her can make a Ford V.8 gives you more real quality I

great deal of difference in cost per mile. than any other tow-price car. No other

It 62 Homestead, Fla. Gasoline mileage b more oLe talking car under $1645 has a V-8 engine. No !

point than an economy factor. other low-price car has Center-Poise

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Pan Six THE LEADER ENTERPRISE' Friday, April 11, 1936. '.

ant mad some free-hand drawings a' blue.... They are' very proudof has gone to Georgia. There It
of the character which we their new library book which guest pupil, Martha Jan Gault;.
studied tn George Eliot' "Silas they are. allowed to take home: now In the class. Betty: Byrura I

. HOMESTEAD SCHOOL NEWS I Mamer"! every Friday. ,-r- absent with the earache

i Miss Hendershot reports that Betty Jan Jenkins who tat Homestead High 4-II Club i
By LCOLA: tunaS absent It day with the flu
__________.m__... --...--".--.....----.."-'"-, "Mutiny on the Bounty" I* the and been returned to school' --
SIXTH MONTH BONO ROLL Scherr. Marie Connor Betty Mae most popular book in the high Wednesday.mump The pupil of Mill I At this week's meeting Leola
school because of the
I Gatltn. Dorothy Kuhn, Mary now picture Ray's room made vases of flowers Little gave a report of last Sat.
Mn. Sootf room, twelfth grade: France Norton, tint grade, James show by that name She say thatIt out of colored paper for their urday's council meeting at 'Whle '
high' Clarence Froscher. Otha Brown, Charles Stevens, Philip will not be long before "The bulletin board. Mr*. H. S. Wolf!, she substituted for the coup
Hackler, Richard Mattson Annie Tale of Two Cities" will be the representative Nora
Howard, Alone Koestline, Marion la to talk to the geography class Akers.
Mae Booth, Mary Moon, Jean Nixon. most popular book. There armother !' about her travel in Holland. report was a* follow:
Parman Tern Robertson; low. Bill book also very popular
Miss Jackson's first grade "The council meeting was held
:
room now, "Parnassus on Wheels", I
Venae, Ethel Bailey Jewell
Miss Doney has lost at the Central School In MlamLi
Dowel Alexander Dale
Faust '
'Houseboat on the Styx" and "Bob ttJb
Campbell, Virginia Hodge, Lois Joe Nesbitt, Gen Reynolds, Alfred Gorden, Cub Reporter pil and ha one new pupil, I Roll call was answered with tht'
Wbitehead. Tomerlln, Ernest Walters, Shores. Winifred Burton I* out president turning in the club,,
Mrs. Becker's room eleventh of school with the and picture and the council
Ruth Byrum, Winifred Danzey, The seventh grade class i* hap mump repretn
grade: high, Buddy Fitzpatrick, Eugenia!: Draper, Barbara Jean py to have a new member, Lois Betty Arrant 1* also out becauseof sentatlves' answering with camps
Nora Aken, Florence Pancoast, Smith, Clara Jean Sowell, Barbara Lowe from Shenandoah Junior Illness. suggestions. Franc Webb won!
Elizabeth Skill, Geraldine Reltz, Gene Wakefleld. High. Nell Leonhardt ha withdrawn fourth place In Burdlne' dress i
Bobble SummerUn low, Thomas Wednesday Mn. Snlth the last .
; to return to her home In VIle week. This was her t third
Collins, Martha dose. first mother visited time to win. '
grade room Achievement Day ls|
The Junior play 1* to be held tonight North Carolina. The program
Mn. Field1 room, tenth grade: at S o'clock at the Neva chairman for the week I* Jack Mix Jsckson' room. Noel Stef- May 9. The Tallahassee girl will j
high Cecelia Harper, Dorothy King Cooper auditorium. The admission McMlchaeL H* la rehearsing a funl. who baa been ill for several leave May SO. Camp i* to begin! i
Horne, France Lott Phyllis Par- win be Me for adults and short playlet, "The Dust Return- week, wa unable to live his class the week of June IS at the Ida 1
man Evelyn: Pope, Alta Webster ISc for children. The name of the Ing". This play will be given an Easter party a* he had planned; Fisher school building. '
Eugene: Scherr; low, Effle Booth, play is "The Whole Town' TalkIng Friday In the home room period. therefore, he sent a treat which "The lists -different scholar*.]
Nina Pearl Bush Norma Goss- ", In this\ play in order to make consisted of candy eggs, chickens ship awards, local exhibit awards,?t;
man Ellen: Vann, Henriette Hart- his daughter love his partner The seventh grade girls are and bird in the nests. achievement day awards, wer/j
Chester Mr. Simmons arrange Studying about breakfast for given to the different girl*. Dur,j
man.Mr.. Moomaw't room, tenth i fake love affair between Chester growing boy and I\I'Ia. For their The kindergarten had an Easter Ing Achievement Day Ice cream,
grade: high, Jane Draper, tow, and Lefty Lathe, the movie queen. cooking class thl*week, they mad party last week. Mrs. Lathe milk and baked beans will be sold '
Charlie Little, Ruby Dolar, Mosely "The Whole Town' Talking" scrambled. egg on toast The Strickland, Mrs. Marguerite Lewis at lunch time. The Tallahassee'girls !
Sever about the affair Ethel and Chester eighth grade girls are studying Jane Fuchs, AnnabeU Redd and will be In charge. Fran'
Mr Blackburn' room, ninth become engaged but when toads for simple party and out- Teresa Redd helped Mrs. Redd "Mary Ruth Vanderhoof
grade: high, Harvey Rue, Madge Letty Who and her fiance come door cooking. They made punch with the party. The class is sorryto or!* Webb and Laura McConnell !
Thompson Lucille West Edna to town things begin to happen. this week. The ninth grade girls lone Arthur Brandenburg who (Continued on Page Seven) I
Booth, Virginia Doney Banks Dont miss\ it are studying\ luncheons for the
Byrum; low, William McMichael, family and they prepared creamed
Louise Harris Elizabeth McHwaln The general science class Is cabbage. Th 10th grade girl
Marcia Gauxeni, Truitt studying the relationship of climate are studying the family dinner
Bullard. to industry, while the biology and they prepared buttencotch FOR CONSTABLEof
Mn. Hayden'i room, eighth das I* studying fresh water cookies. The older girl are studying -
grade: high Mildred Field; low, organism The chemistry class the formal dinner and have the
Herbert Booth, Elwin: Cooper, I Ie studying sodium and Its compounds prepared coconut cream pie.
Darwin Camber, Marguerite Field ; the useful science class -....-..
Jan Robinson Henry Dodson I II studying light and its reflection During the horn room period FOURTH DISTRICTI
Edwina Class, Nina Dyal, Rachael *. in Miss Hayden' room, Edwina
Gossman. Close and Nina Dyal had chargeof
Mr. Lucas' nom, eighth grade: The sophomore class I* sorry to the'program which consisted of
nigh, Howard West Constance lose two of Its pupil, Manual riddle and a cracker-eating contest -
Scherr, France Webb; low, W. Hancock and Eleanor Leonhardt A prize was given to the hereby announce my candidacy for reelection -
D. Lott. Judson Fiche, Joseph I Sine Mr. Moomaw'i class baa 20 winner. Herman Knight had an
Piche, Harry Pierce, Marjorie perfect day, it will spend the afternoon Easter egg hunt In his home last
:Webb, Carton Well of this-half-holiday fishing Saturday which the class a* a as constable of the fourth district of Dade p
Mrs. Johnson' room seventh somewhere. whole attended.

grade; high Edwin Boo h,-ffrvry County subject to the June Democratic'fcriraary,
Brandenburg, Jack McMichael, The following new captain forth The ninth grade I* studying
Jay Newton. 'ao, Puller James coining month have been selected 'Julius Caesar" and the eighth
Sullivan, WaneUaJCMsUina Rosa for the (Ma1 physical education grade 1* studying! ballad The Tour vote and support will be appreciated.
Peterson, Doris Warr low, Iris classes: for the first period, Latin class I* to hand I In supplementary .
Capltnger, Mary Grace English: Nina Bullard Doris Ward; sec work and map on Gaul
Trance Lamb, Katherine Orfande ond period, Louis Byrum, Constance -,
*. Scherr; fourth period, Iv* The grammar school played\ s
M", Wynn's room, sixth grade: Dyal Bonn! Groovrtiflh period, Redland this week I In diamond ball J. M. : (Joe) Scarborough
Doris Thompson, Either Rooker, Eleanor Sullivan, Ellen Vann; atRedland.\
Edna Tort. sixth period Nora Akers, Hazel ,
Mrs. Bird' room, fifth grade: Pennington. Mrs. Wynn's room has two new .
Hilda Dodson, Athley Kemp, Mary books bought with P.-T. A. prize Jj
Trances Rutland, Carl Alexander The sanitation class 1* studying money. It also ha a new pupil,
the bones and Joints. Lout Biando who ha been in
Mn. Flfield' room, fourth Maryland lot the pact year. POINT
grade: Van Rheney, Gloria Wai- Last Saturday a track meet was BY POINT .
drop. held at Miami Beach for the girls. Mr*. Rue has made a new cur-
Mill Ray's room, fourth grade Every school In the county enter tain for the book shelve In Mrs.
Tommy Harris,Joe aUstntta. Bar ed the meet The Homestead Webb' room. The class ha two Seeing h l' 0ao-- COMPARISON PIOUS
bara Diggers; third grade, Shirley representatives Virginia Hodge, new books, "The Birth of Rome" ergs yw to compare dose
Dan,.,, Doris Ada Dodson Marjorie Sullivan, Eleanor Sullivan and "Wind In the Rigging", Ken Icw-clalW. how seuch root
value wltb the
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Mia oIwy', room, third grade: ", and Alta Webster, won third neth Glenn ha returned to achool OoMatJubilMWratinsbouM.OVERSIZE 1-1cte DILLO Pake
Doris Cheshire, Elizabeth Peter- I place in the county for our school after having the flu for several I
son, Mary Catherine Suber, GrietjeTurburg MarJorie Sullivan won second days
place in high Jumping.It .. -
Mill William' room, third grade, I Mrs Bird's class has a new pu FROSTERI
Harry Bishop, Betty Arrant, Roxie seems a* though report cards pil Twill Lowe. from MlamL Welded SuuDor far quick ;
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Bentley; second grade, Fr.ncell were too much for Orpha Lee Clayton Camber has made a flag sissy cleaning.FOODSAVING
Foster, Billy Brown, Jacqueline Soweil. we are sorry anyway to stand for his home room us*. d
Geiger, Juanita PancoastMrs. have her leave us. The artistic' ; Moatf
Edwards room, second j talent of one of the sophomoreswas Mrs. Flfleld's pupils mad spring stone Ware Triple Food Saver'Set
grade: Richard Dotter Ellen I displayed when Wllella Bun- poster of white ducks'sailing on Handy foe leftover*
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Friday April 17, 1936: THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE, __ __Page Seven- -
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". : The Rev and Mrs. M. A. Soperare given by Ernest Warren; prayer I of the next council meeting which :
attending the annual conference by the Rev. Edith Warren;recitations win be camp. Leol :
that I II being held at DeLand. by Jeredean T)mMrn, Little MIdi Robertson wars '
In and ArounclHomestead The Woman's Foreign Missionary Alfred and Carolyn Cook, Wra. the from Home* :
Society ot the Community Church Rodgers, Harvey Newton Elisabeth : I stead." \

I will have charge of the Sunday and Mae Cook Junior Crute. Fern Robertson read the Dad 1

evening service Jay Newton and Helen Tucker. County New to the group after 4/

Catherine Rohrer, Grace Brlsbln, Leola had given the council report 1
M*. Mid Mr* Clarence Cos, Shirley Doxsee and Mildred Sev- Each girl I t. to bring tag temple
who have been guest at the homeof ery gave an exercise; Helen Tucker to the next meeting. Mrs. Ctrl-
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Goal on and ElIzabeth Cook tang; Harvey ton was down from the office to 2
Tenth street for the past month Bud and Albert Newton
check on the required sewing and i
Mr. and Mn. A. 3 Van Marter two week with Mrs. Steven's
left for their home In Edenburgh, Owen Gooding, Thomas Varnado
record book Ten girls had completed <
for their Mr. and Mr.
left Monday summer parents E. E. Bail- '
home la Ithaca, N. Y. ey. Texas, Saturday. J'I and Milfred Severy gave another their required sewing work. i iSomers
exercise; and Mrs. Clan Newton the girls sewed during the '
Mis Mattie Lou ChllUp expects i and Mrs Warren sang. ,ft
Mr. and Mn L. E. Shattuck Mn Crluie Mullen la seriously to leave Sunday for her homein
their ill in the Kendall hospital a Those present were: Fern Robertson :
Improving property on
are Cochran, Ga. after extended
an -
Owen- Wynne left Sunday for
PrlscUla Freed, Julia
Sylvia Terrace near Redland road visit with her brother and tls- t
The condition of J. E. Elder Is Brownville, Texas. France Sullivan Virginia KinMr. -
before they leave for their north ter-in-law. Mr. and Mr*. C. S.
era homes In Springfield, Man., somewhat better at present but he Phillips. Elizabeth and Catherine Williams -
and Lake Placid,N. Y. 1* still very UL Mrs. Walter E. Merryman and Catherine Orfanede, Mary f
Spurgen Davis, who spent the three sons left Sunday for Win- Duncan, Lou Belle and Gold
Mr. and Mr. Marvin Shaw and Mr. and Mr. Joe Murphy and winter at the L. O. Cloninger throp Mass, when they will Join Grennell. Mildred and Marguerite
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brooker family have moved Into the Mullen home on Palm avenue ha left Mr. Merryman who left three Field. Nora Aken, Norma and
spent the week-end with Mr. and I house of East Bauer drive. for till home Athens, Tenn. week ago. They made the trip Eloise Cotsman, Annabel Redd.Mrs. .
Mr*. Ronald Brooker In Pahokee. by automobile with a party offriends. Carlson and Leola Little.
Earl Delaney ha told bit home The honor roll for this monthat j

Frank Andrew 1* pending the on.Coconut Palm drive and I* the Florida City school reads EASTER PROGRAM GIVEN
week at Lake Okeechobee. planning; to build a house on the a* follows: first grade, Albert! Mrs. Mary Becker ot Jackson An Easter consisting ot !
grove that he has Just purchased. program
'""' Newton; second grade, Bobby Memorial hospital spent Easter readings, music and a pageant, \
Mr. and Mrs Frank Klich left Mr John I* Scarborough returned Powell; third grade, MarJorie with relatives hen. wa given in the Redland Com-
Wednesday on a business trip to Tuesday from Jacksonville Longhorn; fifth grade, Milton munity Church at the Sunday ,
Morgantown, W.Va. During their where she spent the Easter Hunter. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Powell and school hour under the direction j

absence, their aon. Robert and week-end with Mr. and Mn. J. E. I children left Saturday for Albion, of Mr*. Ceo. J:. Reed, Mrs. H. J.
daughter. Miss Harriet, will stay Tlnley. Mr. Lillian Bell returned Mon-; Pa. Armstrong and Mn M. A. Soper.
at the home of Mr and Mr,. Tom day for a two-month visit in Key ,
Baird. Elmo "Pierce left yesterday for West. NM.NMINNNNNMMI ,
Lake Harbor after spending six Homestead School News I LEGAL NOTICES f
The Rev. and Mn. Leon North- weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Hal Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Strong left '

rup who have had their house Parham.Mr. I Saturday to visit In Dade City (Continued From Page Six) notice I i I
CM parked the A. J. Van Mart before proceeding to their homeIn I .seal M mesa very sea for DM '
had charge of the program. Nor.A.kera I 1mi4 WMIM| ,* M traveler sasses woos
er place left Friday for their home and Mn. Rudolph Acbt ofTltusviU I Albion, Pa. lawn and home .U _... to W out to H M I Ma I
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Improve- h.4... DM eel for ......"
In Brooktondale, N. Y. They spent holidays MTMM i
ment chairman
te'r: i iAebl' will be In charge
W. I CARTER.
planned to go by war of DetroitMr. In Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Frank Germainleft
mother, Mrs. W. B. Edwards [ Tuesday for Framlngton II
and Mn. James L. Burgess ,and with Mr.and Mr\ .E.A. Mass., where they will spend the
of Bad Axe Mich. spent Sunday Buchanan. summer Miss Maggie Sneed who FOR JUSTICEOF \ :
With Mr. and Mn. N. O. Ban has visited at the Germain home
Miss Dorothy Dickinson ol
this past winter also left on Tues-
Boonton N. J., who has been visiting o I
Mn. Ceo. W. Turner, Jr., and day for her home In PuUskl,
her uncle and aunt Mr. and
Mr*. Bob Harris of Ad Astra chap- Tenn. THE PEACE ,
Mrs. M. P. Reagle, for the past six
of O. E. S.
ter the and Mn. C. N.
week, returned to her home Fri
Hendenon and MJ'I. W. H. FenneU Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Schroeder ,
of Naranja'Chapter returned last day. ? and two children Glenn and Helen -
TO MY OLD FRIENDS AND
week from St. Petersburg where Mr*. Paul Tapperson of Plant spent the week-end at Hobe VOTERS OF THE
they attended the meeting of.the City arrived last week for a visit Sound a. guest of Mrs. Schroeder' -
4TII JUSTICE OF THE PEACE DISTRICT
grand chapter of Florida. Mr*. with Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Reagle. brother-in-law and sister, :
Turner and Mr. Fennell acted at Mr. and Mn. J. Arnold.. J:
aalstantt gonad'marshalsat the Rudolph Oasamw-: and Archer I hereby announce my candidacy for re-elec-
meeting. Smith, student at the Universityof Donald Dixon left Friday for

Paul Z.'Camp leff Monday lor spending Florida the at spring Gainesville holiday, here are Georgia.Mr. ;tion as justice of the peace, subject to the Democratic

Jew York City to resume his duties with their parents.FLORIDA. and Mrs. Leonard Freeman
with Malory Electric Sup left Tuesday for their home in Primary in June, and I will certainly appre-

plies. The territory that he coven CITY North Haven, Conn.
suffered In the recent flood ciate your vote and support in said election.
"1'1. W. W. eftrt. CorrespondentMr. Mr. and Mn. Joe Gay, Mr. and
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and Hunt Wllkenon who -. Mn. Beattie of Homestead
Ralph left Hugh Sincerely your justice of the peace,
pent the winter with their uncle and Mrs. PauT Haley I and Mn Blanche Chapman attended -
and aunt, Mr. and Mr Earl De- Wednesday by-automobile to take I the sunrise Easter services
)aney, have returned to Paris, Mo. Mrs. Haley' parent.Mr. and Mrs. held at Miami Beach. I
3. J Busha, who pent the winter I I Sid L. Kendrick
Mn.,J. V. Steven and children here to their home in Buford, Ga. At the Easter program given
Returned to their home in South Mr. and Mn. Haley plan to be at the Free Methodist Church Sunday -
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a cheap In mere waft end (Bites of four vegetables cheep Our Thnft-Th,.. veto sees te ..
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I j FRANK B. LUCAS WEDS PENNSYLVANIA THENTY-nVE HAVE: -METHODIST CHOIR GIVES FAREWELL i'I
PICNIC BY TilE SEA
: f GIRL IN SAINT AUGUSTINE CHURCH Twenty-five young people of the I PARTY FOR MRS. LEWIS BRANDENBURG

c -- district went in a truck to Miami -

Friend learned this week of Another bouquet was sent to Mrs. Beach for a picnic by that seashore Mrs. Lewis Brandenburg was Mrs. A. A. !Koettltae Mr. and Mrs.

the marriage of Frank B. Lucas, Matthews Wednesday evening. Sandwiches given farewell party and hand Chas. Clinton Mr. and Mra. Ivan

t f, mathematics teacher o( Homestead The new president appointedMrs. for the party were broughtby kerchief shower Monday evening Uoser, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Deltz,
High School, and Miss Audreyvon EMil chairman of the house the girls.Those members of theHomeateaf Mr. and Mrs. B. Single, Mrs.Tort .
Steuben of Bethlehem, Pa. in going were Mr. and Mrs.F. n.A. I
committee and Mrs. Ferreyra Methodist Church choir Faust, Bevo Webb, Mrs.J. .
M. Mrs. Geo. M. Soo-
t Saint Augustine on SaturdayApril chairman of the civic committee. Fogle. and friends who had gathered at E. Davis, Mrs. J. D. Redd, Mrs.
Mist
'. 4. The ceremony was performed Present wen: Mra. D. W. Shetz- nlchten, Miss Emily Payne,Hazel the church and had come In a bodyto r. Flettas, Mrs.: J.: J. MeLendon, i
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Catherine Vann,
in the Presbyterian churchby line, Mrs. R. J. Shepherd, Mrs. J the Brandenburg home. Miss Frances Dabney,Mira Martha I
Miss Annie Hartley,
Pennington,
t the pastor, the Rev. Drew I M. Dobbin, Mrs. Geo. E. Reed, Mra. Miss Christine Hughes, Miss Mar- Games were played, and a refreshment Close, Miss Ethel Bailey, Miss Lll- !
o j Baker Jae, McCready, Mrs. Fred Whiting Miss Evylee: Dellinger course consisting; of ice lie Brown, Misses Antoinette and
Jo Mcey
t The bride Is the daughter of Mrs. H. E. Rend, Mrs. N. O. Miss Dorothy Ross, Min Carrie cream and cake was served. Helen Moye, Min Either!: Livingston -
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. von, Steuben Ball, Mrs. Bishop, Mrs. Ferreyra, Orr Miss Elizabeth Caplinger Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Miss Helen Field Miss Mary
Lou
of Bethlehem. She la a graduateof Mrs. Butler, Mrs. Wolfe, Mrs. Eavnia Miss Lois Walker, Miss FlossieOorday Brandenburg, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ranson, Wanetta and Alene Koett-

the Moravian preparatory Mrs Ruggles, Miss Lobdell Robert KUch, Budolpb Doxsee, Mrs. Fredrick: Chambers, line Irving Lyon, Virgil Lyon
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; achool of that city and of the and Miss Harriet Bishop: Labon Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ranson, Mr. and D. C. Williams and Harvey L.
Go U H. Deliinger
Bethlehem Burlaps' College, and man Mrs. R. E. Scott, Jr., the Rev. and Brown
)lo4fe"Joe Gauzens
Bishop, Johnny -
} she was leader of a troop of girl T. E. L. CLASS ENTERTAINS Fred Arrant. Lloyd Field. ..

t scouts. FOB NORTHERN FRIENDS &am Greenwood and Clayton; Lehman MB. AND MRS. BERNECKERGIVE Mr. and Mrs A. F. Arthur,Friday
The bridegroom la awn .f Mr*. Members of the T. E. L class FAMILY EASTER PARTYMr. evening. Supper was served by
Rhode Lucas of La Fayette, Ind. of the Baptist Sunday school gave I'I 1 and Mrs. F. L. Bemecker candlelight
1 attended Purdue University In enjoyable lawn
He a very party Apr. REDLAND CLUB EXHIBITS
Easter hunt for their
gave an egg Present were: Mr. and Mra. A. F.
.' I La Fayette, and after bit graduation t at the home of Mrs. B. F. Collier NEWLY MADE ARTICLES
children and grandchildren at Arthur Miss Elizabeth Mcllwain
la laU with the degree of in Florida City in honor of ,
.
Copper book ends, crayonexed
their home on North Krome Sun Miss Lucille West Miss Eunice:
: bachelor of science, he received a their friends from the north.
cloths and
luncheon pillow tops
day. Otto Bernecker found the Walker, Miss Dorsey, Miss Arthur
master's degree in electrical engineering Those present included: Mr. and
articles at the
and other made
most Frank Bernecker, Jr., Martin
eggs Dear-
Bishop, Emory
J from Lehlgh Universityin Urs. A. J. Van Master of Ithaca,
last work meeting were exhibited
found the fewest and Leo Bern log Clinton Bishop Wm. Mc-
Bethlehem. N. Y., and Homestead Mr. and .
at the
afternoon
yesterday April
ecker: found the lucky egg. Michael, Billy Clark and Rex
1 Mr. and Mrs. Lucas have an Mra. Hoillster Sage of North meeting of the Redland Home Faust
.. apartment In the home of Mr. and Woodbury, Conn, and Homestead,I Demonstration Club In the Red. After the hunt, upper was
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Northrup ot served on the lawn picnic: style
Tars. C. W. McEwea: of 18 N. E. land Community Church.
Fourteenth atreet Brooktondale, Conn, Mr. and Miss Mrs. Chas. Erick on talked on Those present were: Mr. and SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS: :
Bradley of North Woodbury modem methods of keeping the Mrs. A. C. Albright, Margaret and GIVE EASTER: EGG HUNT

R'ITTKOPPACETTIENGAGEMENT Conn., the Rev and Mrs. C. N. home clean and demonstrated Ray Albrecht, Mr. and Mrs. Walter The teachers of the primary department

ANNOUNCEDThe Walker, Mr. and Mrs. & H. Fitch, some of the methods. The members Shultz Mr. and Mrs. A. V. of the Sunday school of
I Mra. a A. King Mrs Julia Polk, were asked to exhibit workon Phillips, Lorraine and A. V. Phillips the Homestead Methodist Church,
Miss Mon
engagement of Irs. Emma Wright, Mrs. W. D. achievement day. Mrs. E. A. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Mrs. H. L. Brown, Mrs. J. E. Close,
teas Pacettl to Stanley W. Wlttkop Home, Mrs. Quinnle Sherrard, Carter, the vice-president, pre Rutzka, Richard and Amelia Misses Edwin and Martha Close,
{ both of Homestead, was announced Irs. Thompson, Mrs., Ora Frazier, sided. Rutzke.. Mr. and Mrs. Jason Avery, tiles Ethel Bailey and Miss Nina
!. this week. No date has been in. Hardee Mrs Jennie Smith, Others present were: Mrs. J. D. Dorothy Avery, Mr. and Mrs Lee Dyal, gave their pupils an Easter
set for the wedding but it will Mrs. T. O. Watkins Mrs. Pierscatl, Wytong, Mrs. A. E. Barnes, Mrs. Bernecker, Donald Bernecker Mr. egg hunt Saturday afternoon at
\ probably take place late In the Mrs. T. D. Piche, Mrs. Catherine John Porte, Mrs. Geo. E.: Deuel, and Mrs. Otto Bemecker, Lamar the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.

I aummer. Ptckard, and Mr. and Mrs Collier. Mrs. a D. Bowers, Mrs H. B. Bernecker, Frank Bemecker, Jr., Close.
.' Miss Pacetti, the daughter of White, Mrs. A. W. January, Mrs. Chae. Bernecker, Fritz Berneckerand Among those present were: Lit '
\ Mr. C.. J. Pacetti of this city, U MIAMI GROUP VISITS Chas Lair, Mrs. R. B. Zenker, Mrs. Walter Bernecker.; lie Little Harry Bishop; Beverly
1 I. t cashier' .stenographer of South NEW CHURCH Wallace, Alfred Tomerlin, Billy
SOCIETYA G. W. Drigxera, MI'L.A. C. Easton,
Dade Farms, Inc. She la a graduate large number of the members Mrs. Roxana Mathews, Mrs. F. GIVE: CANDLE LIGHT and JimMie Brown, Winifred and

; of Homestead High School of the Christian Endeavor M. Henderson, Mrs. Geo. Reed and SPAGHETTI SUPPER Shirley Danzey, Faye PteWe, Jean
p and of the American Business Society of the Shenandoah Presbyterian Mrs Cyrus Jarman. Miss Virginia Dorsey and Mist Bailey, Alene Koestline JamesMcLean

j, College and the alas attended the Church of Miami attended ... ..... Mary Frances Arthur were hoe( Yates Faker, Leonora
J Homestead Business College. the meeting omhaj. newly organized : teases at a spaghetti supper *t the Williams, June and Iris Martin
I Mr. Wlttkop, the ton of fir, aMt HomeateaH society Sunday The Calendar ,I home of Miss Arthur' parents and Billy Graham.

Mr. B. M. Wlttkop of Ida, Mich.. night and a.sl;jted. vlth a pro-
4 came to Homestead about threej gram. Apr. 17 Homestead High
j ;yean ago and has been a salesman SocIety committee chairmen School junior play.

i ia Burton'a Department Store elected were; highway of life in Apr. 20-Meeting of South Dade
{ He la a graduate of the- Ida High Richmond Jerry Hkkson; highway Garden Club with Mrs. Wm. V.I I.
School and attended Ypsllantl beyond the seas, Billy Arthur Smythe.
1 State Normal College He has ; into the homeland, Edw. Apr. 21-Woman's Club of the .
:; taken an active! part in promotion Burr; enlistment and training, I Redland election meeting.
i of sports in this section and his Miss Betty Blake&" highway of Apr. Presbyterian Auxiliary

f service In the capacity of coach or hearing, E. J. Graham; highway meeting.
i umpire have been greatly In demand of stewardship Miss Mary Fran Apr. 23-Benefit program Sy
f for the few yean he hat ces Arthur; comradeship Mist Florida Keys' churches In Neva
( been here. Jane Gatlin. King Cooper School at 8 p. m.

r f Mr. Wlttkop la a talented tenor The society has about Jwenty- Apr. 2i Homestead schools'"at ....
't soloist, and he I la generally accompanied fIve members and meets each Sunday home" evening. For natural action
by Miss Pacettfy an acoom- ,night at 7:30 in the church. Apr. 27-Open meeting i'of

pushed pianist The president, Miss Eleanore Hol- Homestead Business and, Profe'tsional mineral oil
ferty, Invites all young people to Women's Club at home of 6

'. WOMAN'S: CLUB HOLDS attend.O. Mra. L. L. Bow at 8 p. m. is in a class by it- ,
INSTALLATION MEETING May 1 Ad Astra Chapter's .

b New officers for the Woman'a E. S. POSTPONES birthday party In I. O. O. F. haIL self.Mineral, ...
ANNIVERSARY PARTY May I-4-H exhibit day In Neva.
Club of Homestead for the coming
The party planned by Ad Astra King Cooper school. "
r year Installed Tuesday al.r Chapter of the O. E. S. in honor May 1S-H. H. S. senior play. .
{ tamoon by Mra. I* O. Rugglea fit .f the twenty-third birthday at May 22-H, H. & Junior-senior
!J the Wom..'. Club ef the Red- I the order has been postponed from banquet i iMay
{ lands were: Ura. Harry Wolfe, .
tonight until May I because the 29-H. H. & claeaday exercises. -
president; Mrs DOn Ferreyra, worthy matron, Mrs. Ceo. W. OH

first vice-president; Mrs. Annie I Turner, Jr., haa influenza. .
Butler, second vice-president: r
Miss Jennie Lobdell. secretary; PINTWe
Mrs. Wm. & Bishop, treasurer; CARE q.gc
Mrs. E A Ennia auditor Mrs

S. F. Matthewco..pondIDl I

f 1 secretary from being, war present prevented by, illness. 1The riI 1 and Beauty ,,: recommend Puretest Mineral Oil


Mrs. Bishop.. the. retiring president True beauty demandsthe t: because U 1 Is extra, heavy. Doesn't leak,
of the
yearsactivities
gave a report beat el care at all I

and conducted the budqrep time Whether you I I or seep through: the system as lighter oils

meeting. I.I :e' !y J wWII a wave* a faciala
G. !
of Easter lilies was
A bouquet : manicure, or any of I often do. Mixes thoroughly with food
I presented to Mrs. Bishop and a '1\-& i';... the other essential aids I
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\I, bouquet of rose, to Mrs. Wolfe.. esednrr! igseiir. a ..... I 'to beauty, you'll find waste; softens it to cause gentle, natural

ere.be awases f.e 'of row the skilled epenton at :
i ": I i'errs I Pat'a Beauty Parlor i bowel action. Tasteless, colorless, odorless
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DIUI.A.BERGERDentist ,, teed to ,serve you
: r eke an.+e.,..,--' I quickly assay Him, I and. nonfatteningThe

.Her iwMfe appsan oa wyjg CrtMa Spiral iced j .
f auUs gasses Saca**-ahe CeabtaaUeai
( kind. we'MM. for you pMeeMM >
tad----.PliaM or i i'all PERMANENT WAVES
1 36 N. Krome Avenue. lot as .nr.intmt t-lor I Price $3, $6, $7 I Dixie Drug
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Upstairs* ,log Amsties.off i .

Office Hours 8:30-4:30 Bush's Barber Shop PAT'SBEAUTY Your. J&xa/J Store

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(! Friday, April 17. 1936. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE:: Paa NineSocial

MR. AND MRS BOMMCRI Sarah Martha anti Mrs peartCooper A R, Hfekaeit, Mrs. U G. Ruggles.MM .
ENTERTAIN BRIDGE CLCB I I I J C. BcrWH: Mr B. E. Gat-
Five tables of bridge were in The next meeting will be held lin. Mn. Qua RueM Mrs J, M.
or Events I play when the Neighborhood Apr. 18 at the home of Mr*. Mar- HolfWty, Mrs H. S Wolfe and

Bridge Club met at the home of, Up. I :
Mr and Mn L. B. Sommen Tues
day night Mr W. K. Walton PRESBYTERIAN AUXILIARY ,
and H. P. McDantel won the high MEETS WITH MRS. BLAKE '

, BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL;; WOMEN score price far guests and Mrs. The bimonthly meeting of the I WIN
i,1 McDaniel and Dr. Frank Haus- Woman Auxiliary of the First.
HEAR TALK ON FLORIDA'S COURTS ,man, the low. Presbyterian Church was held at
Mn. Bevo Webb and Carl Deden I the home of Mrs. D. P. Blake at

Flora D. Myers, clerk of the Nora Smith, Mn Thelma Had- won the high score prises for club :330: Friday The new president,
town of Florida City, gave a talk ford Mn Ada Young Mrs. members and Mrs. T. J. Faust and Mn R. Y. Burr, presided.
on the Jurisdiction of federal Blanche Chapman and Miss Myrtle Mr. Webb the low. Other present were: Mrs. B. C Glasses Are NowDistinctive
court and.the various branches Counce Guests present there: Mr. and Plummer Mrs. B. N. Harris' Mn
of the Florida court to member The next meeting will be heldat Mrs P. B. Bird, Mr. and Mn GeoM .
of the Homestead Business and the home of Mrs. Alice Walters Friek, Mr. and Mr*. Walton inAppearance.
Professional Women Club at the Mr.. and Mrs. Hauaman Mr. and
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on Apr. 23 at I p. m. Knights of Pythia
annual meeting of the club held Mrs. McDaniel and Mn Elizabeth
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I Friday evening at th home of Fuchs. .
Mn L. L. Bow on Avocado drive. MRS. WM. McMICHAEL Members present were: Mr. and
GIVES EASTER PARTY
The talk and the round table Mn Deden, Mr. and Mn Lee H. Dal1CEC.ommllnU
discussion following It proved to Mrs Wm McMichael gave so Lehman Mr. and Mn Faust, Mr. even younger people
be of Ip.etallntenn to the men- I Easter egg hunt Apr. > at her and Mrs. Webb and Mr. and MmSo no longer hesitate to
home S. W. First street for
on
ben because most of them hare I aimers,
come front Florida from other I friends of her son, Jack. After Hall wear them.
the hunt, the and cook
egg egg
a states and, therefore, haw not I
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its and punch wr enjoyed Latergames ;DRILL CLUB TO SlaVE SOUTH MIAMI
studied Florida government A i
FISH SUPPER SATURDAY
blackboard ject clearer outline' made the sub Present were were played.: Wanetta Koest: When Mm. France Coker entertained I DR. M. C. lIOITOPTOIETRIST\

line, Wava Horton, Annette and the Orange Blossom drill TONIGliTfrida"
Mn Bow was unanimously re- Jeanette Campbell, Marjorie Conner club at her home Tuesday plans :
elected president; Mn B. F Collier made for flan to be
Edwin Booth, Fred Fuchs, were a supper
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vice-president; Mrs A. C. Eldred Gilmer, Jimmie McCon- I' served at 5:80 Saturday In the ( Apr. 17) It McCrorr Arcade, HomesteadLEADERENTERPRISE
Easton, recording secretary;. Mrs ,
I, O. O. F. dining room
nell, Elbert Dolar, Wm. MeMlchael PUBLIC INVITED Is"
Ben Archer, corresponding secretary
D. L. Bowen, Harry Martin At the meeting were: Mn Bessie .
Bevla ?
and Miss Lucille ,
treasurer.: ; Harold Branch, Harry Bishop, Brady, Mrs. Alice Walter,Mr*. Admission 35c couple WANT
Emory!: Brandenburg Chattel Esther! Lambert, Mrs Louis Ev%
At the next meeting Mr*. H. J. Robertson and Lester AreheA tent*, Mr*. Florence Paten, Wrt, ADS BRING RESULTS
Armstrong will talk on the legal -
right of married women, Mr*. -
Myers, the program chalrmnn,'
announced.: This meeting will be I
held on Monday Apr. 27, at 8 p.:
m. In Mrs Bow' home, and all
those who are Interested are Invited r .
to attend.
Mn Clna Stewart gave each
member a large candy Easter egg
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HARRY MARTIN HOST
AT EASTER PARTYAn
interesting Easter party was AIR
given Monday evening by Harry
Martin, son of Mr. and Mr, Chas
Martin. of N. W Eighth street,
Mrs. Martin, who assisted her a
)young son,J directed three novel
games and conducted two contestsa
-- hunting contest won by Annette -
Campbell and a guessing
contest won by Harold Branch
The refreshment course consisted : ?
aw"HEF210 YOU
of sandwiches and punch., cake Easter candies 1 Da"UT

Present besides those mentionedwere 9
: Mrs P. B. Bird and Mrs
Ben Archer, room mothers Mn THE
E. T.Draper, Betty Jane Meybem, ,
Louise Bearing, Doris Warr Frances .
Lamb, Wanetta Koestline Edna .
Forte, Annette Campbell MarJorle risk unknown blade when
0 why your money on razor a
Lewis, Mary Grace English, t
Jane Draper, Eugene Draper, El- knownjusllrj Mad*-Probak Jr. sells at 4 for Ity? Think

bert Dolar, Archer Dodson Fred of kl Here's s blade that knows la way through the thicken,
Fuclia, Clifford Ward, Jack Mc-
Michael, Jack Draper, Preston most stubborn whiskers. If built of fin steel, ground, honed

Bird, Lester Archer Charles Connor and Never Irritates
or
Jimmie McConneU, Harold r Cropped by pedal process. pull even

.Branch, D. L. Bowen, Jr., and k4 on those tender, toothy spots Probak Jr. b mad by the world's

Charles Martin. maker of blades of clean cool
Largest ruor -guarantees plenty ,

LITTLE DAVID FRIEDRICH I share-and b sold by dealer everywhere. Tomorrow, start

HAS EASTER ECO HUNT th day wish Probak Jr.-tod start saving money on shaves
I'
Little David Friedrich was given -
F. an Easter egg hunt at the home
of his grandmother, Mn E. J. P.t .-
cettl, by his mother Miss Monte

t\ Pacetti, Sunday afternoon.
1! Mrs Earl Pacettl and Miss Paw
? cettl gave the little guests Easter
basket and served cake and Ice

t cream.Present beside David were: t+ v 19O

J-Nees Altman, Lily Little and
f.H: Stanley and Jack Arlan Pacetti.
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L" MRS. ERODES HOSTESSTO .
WOODMEN CIRCLE "I.
ril. Mrs. Fred Rhode was hostessat
,'1, a Meeting of Royal Poinciana
Grove, W. C., ct her homo Apr t.
Mr*. Florence Pacettl the president .
'.. read a report>f the March
district meeting and Mn France
Coker read a,letter from the national -
president, .
i Ice cream and cake were serVedby

the hostess
Other present were: Mrs. Ruth
( Godwin Mrs. Sarah Martin, Mrs
Bert Branch, Mrs. Esthet Lam.
bert Mrs. Louise Everett Mrs.


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( tcrhe Chul'cheSI'I I i i i Ar-Kush Prof In M.Zadok E.Gives Church-Ar-Rush Program: Sunday;, veteraa CLASSIFIED: ADS ::1



compote and unique pianist, will RATS: Firs Insertion 160 a line subsequent insertions i

'I present the fallowing program 84 a line I
BAPTIST day school at 10; preaching at 11.i at the Homestead" Methodist

Church night Thursday at 7.10. Church next Sunday night:
'vb -& Key C. N.r FOR SALE NICE COOL furnished apt ReasI -
pastor. Sunday school at METHODIST. EPISCOPAL I "Flag of Salvation", a religious I I enable. 8 S. W. let St. (pa.4)

If a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m.MUtp.ro. SOUTH march dedicated to the) Salvation LIGHT 2-WHEEL: trailer and '

; .; B.Y.P.u..t 7 p. m. Army. hitch, 1939 tag $38. Manh'FIeIdl MISCELL.VNEOUSPIANO
services Wednesday at t White Stone dmrck-Homestead Two different selections playedon Silver Palm and Farm Life I'

; the Rev. A. A. KOtIUlne.1 the piano at the Mine lime Road. (pilSU) TUNING and repairing.

pastor. Sunday school at 1:30: a. "God, Will Take Care of You" Good used pinna for sal cheap.

ftl services morning m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 with variation- BEES---Cholc* Italian. One colony W. E. room IIS N. W. 3rd St

1JU, evening conducted by p. m. Junior League at 3.30: p.I "Nearer My God to Thee" played for 13, two for IS., three for $II.

I. Dean Adcock of OrUn- m; Iii League S:4) p. m; Senior on the strings of the piano In H. M. Lyon, Longview rd., I ml. REAL ESTATE
League at 6:30 p. m. Prayer meetIng I west and 3 ml south of Homestead -
imitation ot Swiss harp.
I BIO VALUE '-nom house.
at 6 p. m. Wednesday. (alttf)
The Rev. Noah Peters I A number on the piano played Furnishod. All city Improve-

s. paktor Sunday school at 10 Apr. 1>-Morning' message with the nose while the player is SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT bueaV- ments. The wood BARGAIN ha

...6L, preaching at 11 .. m. and "A Tribulation"! special music bindfolded. el, 75c. Valencia anngm. Me been greatly overworked, butI
., no p. m.; B Y. P. U at 8t80 p. m. by choir. Evening mea "Th Storm of the Alps', a description peck. Collins' gems, Federal do not hesitate to'sey that this

I't ayer service at 7:80 p.. m. Wedirsd sage by Prof Zadok: Ar-Kush. of a minim in the Alpsof Highway at Biscayne drive. property In u Bin Bargain. Priceincluding
l SWitzerland. furniture bed linen
y.f Sliver Palm Churchthe "God Planted HONEY-the sheer thick, delirious and table
Community M\ Rose In His linen dishes, now
CATHOLIC Rev. IL O Cowan pastor I Garden of Eternal Love, a number kind. None better and at grove 12,200 educed torn $3, t'CI

Sunday school at dedicated to the memory of prices. Beeswax, SOc lb. Hol- Fine furniture and plenty of it.
every Sunday 10 I
fchuivh of the Sacred Heart I lister Bast
Sage, Kings Highway
a. m.; preaching service on tint, I Professor Ar-Kush \\'Hei H. A. Cameron (dlStf>
I X II:. Second avenue. Homestead; I
third and fifth Sundays at 11 a i "The Regeneration of a Man", Sanl-Sect Pyrethrum Spray for
James Cloonan pastor
lie Rev I ACREAGES AND GROVESI
m. and 8 j Professor Ar-Kuih'i story of a
p. m. killing ants flies
mosquitoes ,
day mass at > a. m.; week day I specialize in Redland properties.
+1311 7 49 dally. Sunday school wonderful answer to prayer. moths, eta. Ft 29c; gal, 11.11. Send
at of property
i : me your bating
Apr. I -Morning subject A cordial Invitation Is extended Edgar Mahan W. Bauer drive
I achy following 9 o'clock mass. for sale
"Scriptural Holiness-What to all to attend.
(alOU)
mmunlon for women the first CHARLES t. BROOKS
Says the Bible? Evening
uncia of month; for men' and Subject: "The Terns ef DIa- I JERSEY COW. O. A. Hainlin, Red- 110 N. E. First St, Miami
.,,tX. the second Sunday of month. "
t clpleshlp land road and Halnlln drive.
.K&ty hour. Thursday before lint i i REAL ESTATE-Tlwse who want
FOR EGGS NEXT
Young People's meeting at (paIO-17)
to buy or sell Redland District
j Friday of month .t ':45 p. m..Mass, WINTER rtCDMt
1i+first Friday at 7p ., ... .Benefcfdlchoa -. 7:36 FOR SALE-White New Zealand reel estate will find up- xlat..

ot the Blessed acramentOttWif METIIODIST. FREE FUL- 'PEPGROWING rabbits, SOc tech H. M. Lyon. listings In our office. Many oftt.ea

mass.tL" .. . MASH R. F. D. I, Box MtV - I ". .Fetid City-Mrs. Ernest War NOW! J. prices We shall appro*
ClIUSTIAK SCIENCE r ent pastor. Sunday school STEAMED BROWN BREAD anytime date either your Inquiries 'or

2.30 p.'m.) preaching 3:30 and t Saturday. Lb. Coffee can' your listings, all ot which will
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lrlsddn City-Broadway and p. m; Young people's"meeting, size 20c; with raisins or nuts have our best attention. Now is

Sunday school at 7:IS; Junior meeting 3:30 Tuesday; 2Sc. Leave orders at S. L. West' the time to buy. B. W. Morris,

-aUa. m. for pupils under 20 years prayer meeting 7.30 p. m. Thurs home, 108 N. W. 5th St. BOW associated with H. A. Cameron .
'at age; morning service at 11 day. N. W. lit St. In Citizens

,4' ::1oek. Wednesday evening ser-' FOR RENTVery Sank Bid,. Phone 72.
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healing and experiences and remarks eI convenient apt., large screened WANTEDMANGOES
on Christian Science, 8 p.iii. -Rev. C. C. porch. Summer rates. 118 N.

The public Is cordially Invited{ Mitor. Sunday Ha""bercer'l: : W. 4th St. (pe7) SAPODILLAS and

to attend. preaching at 11 a. m all kinds of tropical fruits and
n., Young people's meeting at 6:30 COTTAGE: for rent, $10 a month. vegetables In season. Highest

1 Tf Apr. 19 Lesson sermon II p. nv; Ladles' prayer circle, Tuesday i I! Apply. p. O. Box; 1212, Homestead prices and prompt settlement

l topic "Doctrine of AtoneJ at 2:80 p. m. Mid-week prayer :I (a3tf) Write advising of quantities

itaeat" service Thursday at 7.30 p. m.j jPRESBYICRIAX available 'variety and earliest
i : THE RIGHT FEEDIS LEGAL NOTICES shipping date. RAFAEL R. DA-
CHURCH
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CHURCH CHRIST
IMPORTANT In CI..." Caart. Elmatk JadMal Chests VILA. Commission Merchant

;.FHomestead-FUst avenue and I Homeiteid--Kroms avenue at I. .CITY I rt.rliU.Hn Or HOMKHTKAfe and far Dada MtmajjaaTHr Caaat* 120 Convent Ave., New York

M. W. Fifth street; T. J. Hunton, N. 16th street; the Rev. I. L. Nelson Put pullet chichi on Ful. to > Cwmw of nada. That* at flarMa.HatHaW. Qty.aaal .
your
iJ1\lnilter., Bible study at 10 a. m.; I minister. Bible school at !, O-Pep Growing Mash and feed .pendent. m. STATE Of fCoIWA. X at Mlaatl( In Dad Count*. FlarMiU ,
f Communion i fellowship and' 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m.i l Nailed, to the TaiMrara aad ClllMM al Mk dup aFaJar.li, A. D. ISM
plenty of grain. the CttT 0' Haanataad .C a, LBATBrtMA>*, Ohrk af lltrCircuit
'breaching at 11 .. m.; preaching at and 8 p. m. Young peoples' meetIng I YOU AMR!: HKKIHY NOTIFIED .that Court of MM llth Jadlatal,
\\\j\ :}0 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wed- at 7:30.Apr. : Tills feeding program I* followed a arUtlon tat baan MM In the .bavaatltlad of Florida, la and tar ottti'i'rrct.
I rauaa, oil the lint day at Miroh. n.r.i Bv r J. Goals, Davaty
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7:30 : successful
Jeday at : p.tn.cnt'Rcii by poultrymen ... SMkhnr far
''It-r, A. U 1M< kf tin City of Hon. t d. for Kvtrhart.
If was Morning topic: for the development of big,strong! the. valldaMaa af ,...... and wilorHM ..... NAUNa DRAI"'GII'
So" OF GOD "Consecration"; evening topic I I FtirinM III the tmmnna prlnMMl .
framed, well grown pullet with cam of Tw.wtyaabt 1mun Dollars \ICkault. court amt.
'Homestead-608' N. W. First' "Forgiveness. I II llta.IHIO.OII'). ...rI... interest u th. raw \\A"r. I. 14. 11. IU
stand under
I vitality to up heavyegg at four ftr OTMun avenue, Fev. Ceo. Lorton pastor. SPIRITUALIST TEMPLE OF i i I pnhk tahlr from UK iwt rmm' ,.f Nallra> af Apvllratla fa* Tar Dtad
ifiunday school at 943: a. m;I production. She .Ixtric wad water pUnt. >nd ..... Motlw l Ie haraor given that tar D. Ai..
TRUTH : '. of "Id City of tin. holders aatrcnar. of Cap af Miami'
"preaching at 11 a. m. and T SO which Io.3"rettlffatw are fully l deeNb.d Tax C..III. N....... lasts, daaxl
,rt}. Senior C. O..O. Society 9:SO Homestead-branch of Miami I fJl&o PI In MM ....1010.. She 4lk day "( Jun.. A. D. l.*a, ku flkd
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YOU ARE: HEREBY REQUIRED. on Mid Ortlfk-.tr la mr oil'' and has aiadaappllcatloa
jMfe Intermediate C. a G. S. Spiritualist Temple of Truth in' HASH ... I7th day of April A. D.. I.... M lilts for tax dead tos.. tkaraanla
personage 8.30 p. m. Mid-week Woman's Club, 410 N W. Eighth clurk .. M before the. above. ...... Court amordanr* with law few contrast@.mhnns
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fa III Ckambnv at the CountsCourt the followlni property.w .
{fiyer service at 7:SO p. m. Wed- avenue. Men's Bible class and I' unilormefl'ec.1 H_, In the City of Miami Dade County. weed In Pada 'r..I .. twn
Ida,. young people's lyceum at 7.19: p. rt.ryd.wow game. tl .lir you have Lot f. Blk I, : Mlufl .
I ,reeult.-ttht vkMi4 tfertrla and water ramniw a rttkatai Sat A. In the City of Miami. Caaatw afDad.
m.; healing by Dr. J. Carl' I ( ._d act M validated and coaflrtn .. State of Floridaat .
CII[ OF TIlE NAZARENE at 7.43; lecture end messages all I containing .i The. a..s.ment .t std ra" is turd"
proteins IN W1TMEM WHEItrOP I .haw h...- the sld CertifOat. I ': was, In the
if lIom.tead-The Rev. Howard I ( p. m. by the Rev. Sada Robson. onto aM mr .hand and .,,10.. the. eel I atuW ...... Miami Bk and Tr Ca. Unless
lis. 'and other Court at .Miami Dad. Co ntr. Florida. Mid OMtlflaata WWI' ka ladramad awardlnato
|.ckel. pastor. Sunday school at! NONDENOMINATIONALPRAYER tkia llat ... ., IMa.E Jaw ta* dead will Issue tharaaa .. UKKlh
',1145.; m.; preaching at 11 a. m. SERVICE I which B .lEtT= 'ftiA.D Ctork. of DM du of Mar. A. D. IMa
'I Cusses Court ,In and fur Dada County LIE this A. lass
cad ':30 p. m.; N. Y. P. a and a completely Florida H, f i. (ifunlors meeting at 6:30 p. III.I Bible study and prayer service : body (Clraatt Court SWIIApr Giant Court Dada, County, Purse
H. E. ( I, 10 IT) By N. c. a..,"". D. o.CI1t .
I prayer meeting Wednesday even conducted by the Rev. Bergof ration. ( Court sew]>
Ing 710.. Miami at home of Mrs. G. L is tM CI..I& Dart .f the IIIIt JdkidCb I Apr 10. 17. 14. Mar I, I)
3 ..is Ia ... 'M ,.... c....., F.Aa.in .
Gault every Friday at p. m. C ._... 1'1.' 0.454.NARANJA .
J'rlaeetothe Rev. C. H. Con- I I
DIIAII"GI> DISTRICT. a
pon, pastor. Sunday school at 9.45; A series of lectures en the Hector Supply Co. ...1..... dwlrkt. duly .u.......... and .In.aoeponted Would Protect People'sRights
u...., the Laws 01 the ....
Book ef Revelations Is now la
/caching at 10:45: a. m. and 7.30Jj. : I I of Florida, PaUlwnar. ... STATE DFLORIDA
: m.Junior meeting at 8:30; youngtropic's progress. An Invited. Isolso......L and State Assets
I I Ncrifc W reopened Validation '"! MI.MIKrlunllaf I
\ meeting at 630. Prayer Homestead, Fla. Daada W hernia Oral....
Reeling} Wednesday at 7.30 p. m. CARD OF THANKS I Dtalritt
TO THE TAXPAYERS AND CITIZEN I'' rd
|1\! EPISCOPAL We wish to extend our thanks to'I LEGAL NOTICES OF TRlCTiNOTICE THE MAKAMJA DRAINAGE Ultt- I rJ

the many friends and neighbors I IIt. la hcrabr .Ivan that an OroWt my
- lit Joha's--S. E. Second avenue who were so thoughtful and kind the thesis Cart af tka Elmtll la.dlrlal ,,i *aa dub mode ... "'ii-: hew
I .
nd limit .In and tar Linda laaatr, anlllM rune kf tk* W.rtl
i Fourth
a I street Homestead. during the Illness and death of It.Flarlda.la W. TraaiiMlI Jude of Ika Cireaft Cunrlaf
I'' < nd Fourth street. Homestead; UleI' our beloved husband and father, the auttar of She ADOPTION OF I I the Cbrwatk Judfclal. Clrtalt. af UKStat. A
pv. Win C. WILLIAM R. CONE!, aa "' ,..L NO af PIuo""", la and for the. Count ,,
Taylor Jr. pastor. Albert Raymond' Pratt, who pass- Mallaa at lalaattoa 4a Arrr far AdaaMaaaf af DaaX aa the S* dar af Marck. A. D )
eucharist at S a, m.; Sunday ed away, Saturday, March 28th. minor Child lass hastens the BUM et Florida r*
l TO WHOMfrUBVER: IT MAT CONCERN \ e."" .* It. tkrowrk tie 8laK Attomi
at 10
fil7> a. m. We also wish to thank the many( Y.. ara kmfcr aallf M that the aadarahard of sold Clrtvlt. to chow wwa M She Sit
friends who sent the beautiful WILLIAM L PICKLING' will aaalr day af April. A. P.. ..... at She .4
LUTHERAN se aaa af tka Joda-aa af the Chests I" rM .',... A. M. af Mid. dar a. UMClrrak P,
floral offerings. Kurt af Uw Clmata judicial Chests afFlarMa Owrl Room la the Cog Novae

.4;.. Joha1*-Redland; the Re* MRS. ROSE B. PRATT, at She, County la and for Cast Dada Hauaa crlorida.at Mtaait, Dada In the, wr Chap n"vf' Mart-.I. n;kt;..the;.. fhw Omtr r..'*"<. .

i to. M. Poth, pastor. Sunday JOSEPHINE R. PRATT. FlarMa, aa the Sots dar af Mw A. D. d..4 1..1001 Doll.ra worth 1 rhone ...
I ..... M the haw of SiS* A. M. ..... sea bonds 1 .. Nmeasla 0.1.... -
i >ol each Sunday at 10 .. m. thereafter aa aald avpltoaUoaj 1I mar kt tries r M std by the sold NamDenim" ..

gUsh: service on second Sunday "Who U on the phone" I the Ward aaaKlna for aa at ordrr WILUAM and dxraa, aalhorWa CONE aa I nine T memed District rive Is -;;.=:. ter 10104011 Pasty i

each month at S p. m. and Qerr "It seems to be omc' -w maJr; infant af the Mr af a *ra.raiatrl / ties I IDallara worth of __ Slow -- be s

t service on fourth Sunday at all I eanI' her say la 'idiot'' tI..kr laanirlnr the mid af Wllllaai ka aaan L P" II...aaldtafaait and I I 1 a tka Camaaiana Umailr.Hliia Flaaac should* Carparattoa Bat ka, I

P\m. "I'll answer, it must be my la WUXIAM IRVINE t.di'L' > validated need pastrw.l

METHODIST EPISCOPAL wife."--Ex.Tomer's. JR.tens prrnmst 1p7e w SMI W the i"Imi l provisions.. of the af Ooabaliad Sav Aad NaraaM' It GeV Dralaaaa taapapar_ar lot aMIaa Is ..af'aatd > SAMUEL W. CETZEN
: IPTfOATKO aauaa to akaa why new Thlrwla TtawaW
Jf Cmral Laws af Florida.
I Ca.dUala far
,.Florida, la.th. C-.. rive Uandrad (IM.M*| Dalian. wort*
at Miami
\ 4 Florida City Cxnanulty Charcb tf ad Dado tkai Slob dar af April A. D. I af "rafvadfa handle af the "_.. brala- I STATE TREASURER

P-th|: Rev. M. A. Soper, pastor Funeral Born "". WILLIAM FlCELD1Q, ... Dbferlr trtwrtt ta ka hi wed-.k...-Mid far NaraaDralaaira Ftfwatoa lu tls platform, Mr. Gattentates

*aimd y- school at UOa., m.;, Ira C Hartotk, AMarair tar I Thesad Five Nonsked (....- BtsteVTreasarer and a

.#preaching at 7:30: p. m. Churclight b M IIB. AMBCIANO SERVICE WUHaiai L iMgsl.Rla Dalian Reso.eranlae worth af,hands,-.w C.r..tstlaa owned kr,tka eOeer.rewt member of the varionn constitutional
) I
I AM. Boards I shall
State strictly
Wednesday at TJO. -r. .bold cwt M Is-o.d ,
I IA* Attendant tend v.bird 4,44, _II..... J. in -I enforce laws for pretectio ef CM

Wfland
Ae. Rev. M. A. Soper, pastor. Sun I my ..._ and dIaIaI of Florida.

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Twelve THE LEADER- ENTERPRISE Friday, April 17.1936.
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OR OF PLANNING'I Meet Tonight to Talk I II I|IENDR1CKASKS South Dade DemocratsTo semen South ant Dade!: E. precinct J. Dice Kendall commit-,
Schedule SpeakingPrecinct
Board of Recreation I Jack;Peter*Perrine;Harvey Gonmaa -
'I I i I Worlds: Walter MtVlrkerFriucetiM .
BOARD PLACED ON' The advisability of a fC WI11tn"l j REELECTION AS committeemen from I ; Curt* "B. Iff 81 i wen

board for the city recrta 1 Kendall to Florida City. incluiiw, land George W Turner,Jr, Red-
partment which would be to that' PEACE JUSTICE:i will meet with the South Dade: ; C C. Chrontxter, Homestead:

WATERJ5URVEYKotea department what the library Democratic Club at I p. m. Monday Herbert_Hunter.. Florid.. City
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board the library
la to municipal in the Chamber of Commerce
See Demonstration! will be discussed at a meeting of Sid L, Kendrick announce his building, Homestead to arrange, Chevrolet Sales Set
reprfMtMaUve ol the city council candidacy tor selection aa justice date for political meeting In Ole .New Record for
Quarter
By chamber of commerce' Rotary -
Redlandlrecht of the peace of the fourth dlaMct various sections of South Dade.
of Club, Lima Club, Homestead of Dade County subject Ie the The meeting baa been called by Detroit 14- Chevrolet
l"arentw'hadwl' Association and June primary T, E. KJrty, president of UM club tale in March, 126.Ut unit. were I
Announcement that the Dad Redland District Improvement A- A at the suggestion of Precinct Convmltteeman ,
native of Burke County, Ca., the highest for any month in the
County planning board had recommended odatlott In the'chamber ol oommrrc Mr Kendrick has been a resident II:. C. Chronicler ofHomestead history of the company it war I II
approval Urn water room' at I o'clock tonightThl of Dade County for 20 year He who a* a member of I announced here today new I
control survey protect by the VTPA wa decided upon at a has a record of 20 year at a law the committee for precinct meetings record was art also for f ir4 *
wan made at liar Homestead Bo m.tUIIbe city council Monday enforcement officer to Georgia of the Dade County Democratic er aatei. which totaled 272.H9, again
vary Club meeting Wednesday by night at which the problem and Florida and for the part four executive committee ha II of 97,839 over the same period
J D Bed*Homestead who I*a at repairing the muuUipai awim- yean has -been peace justice of been asked to work out a schedule last year The previous high record I
member of ttw.board. Mr Badd mini pool wee discussed by'eirteeaden Ma district Prior te that he wa for the southern end of the for a Ingle month had stood
was present aa the-gvaat of Prank J wise nm preeeat at. the justice for two,.a.1D the fourth a ever since: May, 1121,totaling 12. .
L. Skill, chairman of the Rotary invitation .f Council: Precedent district at Perrine, before the fifth A. membership campaign COWl-I 437 The largest previous tint (
dub commute ao water control Tom Harrt and sixth districts were mergedInto be another object of the quarter record wa "',111 unit
Mr. fiUU read sections of the Pmaaa,at th meting and taking the present fourth district Monday eight)fl'. Kirby laid tad In 1929 t
1833 water control act from abound part la the dlacuoloa were With headquarter Homestead.. he urge alt member of the South' Sale of used car by Chevrolet
volume at statutes pasted I. R. Brook, vlce-prealdent of the H* I* a retired farmer, I* mar- Dade Democratic Club to turn out dealer were US,W In March,
by the im bgialature. He said Homestead Rotary Club, Chaa. \ ried and ha four children, all and lend their aid In both theee and "1,IU (a new record) lath* Y
he did to to bring before the club 'Pratt president of the Lion Club, grown. matter I tint quarter.
evidence of what Ha early effort i A. r Arthur, who successfully
to brine about water control had 'managed the diamond ball game
accomplished that far. The water last year and Ben Archer, president -;
control bill WM sponsored Jointlyby 'I of the Redland District! Balk -
the Rotary Club and the Chamber Of Commercewomen' I Daisy
Homestead council. It
city provides
authority for creation of a j
organization and other I Brown
water control dlatiictMr
group are asked to devote com MILK
Skill told of further developments part of their program to conaideratlon -I
la recent weeks which of local hoipltaUxatlon
have been recounted from time to work Sugar
time in theae column II 3 tall cans

E. J Albrecht, of Redland, mum! 4 Ibs.Z5
whoM bobby of ktepin physicallyfit Landlord "A profeuor former .
tamed him the nickname olTarxan' 17 occupied iris apartment H*i 1'C
demonstrated exercises Invented an txploslv" C /
that would develop balanced respiration .
Prospective Tenant: "I suppose SATURDAY SPECIALS
circulation, assimilation
those spot on the ceiling an the
and elimination It waa an exhibition expbxlve"
ROLL
of flexibility and balance Landlord: "No thre the pro- KCtXOOO'8 S ,kg*.
that evoked much applause from fftaor'IX.GROVE' COFFEE BUTTER
the club men CORNFLAKES 15c

Stan Warner, president of the
Crescent City, Wary Club, was Ib.----Z7e TOMATOES 15cBANANAS ib. -.-36c
among the Visitors at the meeting s ''. .M .
Wedneaday. The next meeting of AUUCOOD .
the club will be Jointly with the i GOLD II'R
THEATRECOCONUT :It 13c "HAMBUkGERDOG
Lion Club on Wednesday of next) oROYDabews : Peaches .
week at" O'clock ..
T and* Ad ItaeI"5f j jKau RED cmrr

May 12 b Designated *"." a" ..... >'If I I If"te No. 21: can :17C FOOD + -- 25c --.17c;

National Hospital Day P. H. JERSEY t ... bottle

Lake Wales, Apr 11 (I'NS- 'tJW.MOH..TVE8. REwiiftuD TO IATOK&rCIIUP25c curCKROAST y

President Roosevelt in t proclamation Carole Lombard
from the White House,
ha called for observance la CORN 25c
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ItI. esae Ib.----:17c:
of National Hospital Day throughout Pints --1C
the nation on May IJ and "Love Before F
TUNA FISH T 25c
points out that this diy la act I nu:
aside In order that the people of Breakfast"with : TARGET

the nation may become better I Corned Beef CHOPS
acquainted with the work and TOILET TISSUE -15c I
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needs of hotplUU, termini them Ceaser Romero I
"our moat Important define in 17C ----23e

t the battle." against disease and IRury. WED.THt'RLBarbara can no MIXED FRUIT "ST 17c
HOMEMADE PORKSausage
Mia Katharine A. Moyer of Stanwyck i ooLl"80tJTHEitN
LADT FRESH FLORIDA
Lake Wale ha been appointed la : 't
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state chairman for Florida. i: Pineapple Spread Salad Dressing EGGS
Citizen are urged to wit hospitals "Annie Oakley"BATfRDAT I
on thia day and civic club, 1 idol. -Z'C lb. ... -Zc
I ]1g. can Z5e qts.25c
THIS WEEK
CALP
WHOLE GRAIN S Iba .
Shirley Temple
NO. t CAN PIE
hi RICE 25c LIVER
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Automotive MaeHoe. palHnCaUrUf t*..ra,"U male 1,

bussing axMrtaw %.4 aflraed raamU*. eetuMetimc red Vowing ONIONS 19c llb.pkg.lSc :

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