The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00108
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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: January 22, 1937
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00108
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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I More Potato Houses Start i FARMERS ANDBUSINES3MEN II,


News Reel Cameramen Film,Midwinter FROUDHTOBESH01MIDWINTER ;
I Farming Activities 'in Redland District

G01G.2MOREBY1XT1EK" Newt reel cameramen representIng -I day and tomorrow for more
I Path Pictorial spent yesterday I farm and grove scenes. Yesterday's ,
forenoon on'the East Glade farm i farm scenes Included shots of the -" t .!
section tart of-Homestead, taking i many Farms tractors I
'. pictures of arming operation that I at or'u-; : the rich land THE WEATHER: Local C. of C. to Be 'Host \
f are at their height in 'America'{that has been reclaimed by the ef- beklat. bat ,eeet of esum ..al '
Outdoor Greenhouse when the fectlve drainage system developed .....rlm.?. S""lon. H.unwM4. rlurlu at Luncheon Served t :

.. -- I I rest of the nation I* burled under}by the land company at great expenditure Date ,!'lax,,\fin, Bar. R J; -at.O.'B. Parker's C .
snow and lea 'In the afternoonthey of time, money and Jan IS _. 82 liB ,30.H,
Large Scale .Growers Get !' shot scenes at H. W Johns I effort. Another scene was Jan. II 79 I 115 ''ao'81. 17' StEFFANITO'CUmE ;
Digging of '1937 Crop ton's tropical botanical gardens of -be n picker at work rna Jan. IT 80 119' 30-CAR MOTORCADE
Under 'I on the northern edge of Homestead bean fIeld. Pictures to. be taken Jan 18 81 ,113 30.151 .09 I '
Way where rare fruits and plants,I yet will be scenes'of potato Jan. 10 6730.24; -
i bound i digging, portraying"South Cade's Jan.: 20 :-=: : : I I'70 i 120.21: Famous Johnston Tropical ,

TOMATO MOVEMENT The movie vameramerf wilt re- CIOmpllr.tt\-eb' new major crop Jan. 21 : II 118 130.181 .03 Gardens to Be .
IS JUST BEGINNING |11aetivlty.ftewtes of the South Dads :
I drainage pumps in action, events AmongStops {t .
SIIADE TREES FOR of the canal and roads constructed
Prices Fair for Both Com- I ;PREPARES
s I In connection with the reclamation Some thirty cars of Middle Went' S
modities. So Far This project and other wenes I farmer and business men wilt ,
Week :LOCAL STREETSROTARYPROJECT i I which In the opinion of the Pathe FACILITIES I''pause In a tour through South I

.Pictorial men may be worth reproducing I Dade field and grove Monday .

Early potato digging honors Held : The" : I to be guests of ttoJiMwiilJHttm WifM .
new! reel men were broughtto 'TRAILERJIOMIElettric.Connection
sloe Jan. S by the Tom etimnWfof Commerce
Lindsey- this section through the effort r at e
Bee Dee farming interests, were of the Miami. pfflcttntgau*!. a rrvnaKTSS luncheon to be served In the beau
r shared last week by C Council LJJ.t.t.eJ ,- They were piloted l .., red tttul outdoor living room of'theO J
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Parker NorthKronw
to' .: JMtU.:: Ad. lfWI'frt!!k'oll j>i' 1tarold vOteS. to':Glve"'Ne +.J I re\lltlth.11ImI And greet ftr***' "'Sarlit irilif vani1" home on
j by1 a representative of the firm avenue '
Brenner, John Murray, Luther essary Aid : accompanied far( the greater part bleatParkAny ..' The Middle-Westerners, 13d of
Chandler and Bob Kerr all large- lot the ,day by James Sottile Jr.. I, them, are scheduled to arrive In j')
scale growers Prospect of cooling shade tree'field manager of the company, number of trailer homes I: Miami 'Saturday afternoon on an III
Two other potato packing houses lining the street of Homestead .which hal offices In the First National may enter Homestead, now, and excursion: from Chicago The
joined the Bee Dee this week in In the future were presented to the Bank building 'In Home- find the official welcome of the I'I tour through' the agricultural sec i
shipping activities: Goulds Grow city council 'Monday night, when!I steed. city: awaiting them tion of Dad* County ie; being' arranged j j
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ers, Inc, .and Harold Brenner. a letter from the Homestead Rotary Provision have been made In by County C It.
Two more, F. C. Peters, Inc., and Club was read offering to the municipal recreation park to Steffanl' at the suggestion of the j I j
A W Hutchinson both of Goulds, make the planting of such tree!LIONS TO KEEP give the "tin can tourists every I agricultural committee of the MIami j
will get started njxt week.The one elf its projects for title year. convenience Electric wiring will Chamber of Commerce Can i
Bee Dee house, located at I and drIWrs for the motorcade will t;
The councilmen readily accepted make it possible for the visitor.
Homestead, has shipped eight cars the offer and appointed Coun- MIAMIORPHANS' connect their trailers with city be furnished by the Miami Realty :
of potatoes to date. Bee Dee packs cilmen Frank Rue and B. W Morris current. The municipal swimming Board. !
and ships potatoes from 500 acres, to give necessary assistanceto pool building,"-Which is not The motorcade will enter Homestead
including 129 acres of Its own the Rotarians The planting :HOME IN.FRUIT In use, has been made ready to shortly before noon by way .
Yesterday It shipped the first ear- will begin in April or May, during that the showers, toilets and drinkIng of East Mowry road after tour
load of broccoli to leave South the spring rainy season. The water will be available to the through the potato and tomato
Dade this season, and it will begin ,advice of authorities on trees of Redland District Club Offers campers: The park: will furnish fields of'South Allapattah Garden
packing tomatoes by the last of this locality will be sought to determine Aid'to Children's (Continued on Page Seven) snd 'th* East Glade At Floglcr
this week. I the specie which will be avenue and N. E. Second street a
Goulds Growers which this year best suited to the purpose the Society policeman assigned by Mayor Tom
win handle 2,200 acres of potatoes I councilmen said. TROPICAL Harris will be waiting to give the
through its house started Tues i Since Tom Harris has vacated The'Dad* County branch of the motorcade the right-of-way over
day and will have 12 carload rolling :his seat on the city council to become Children Home Society of Florida all traffic and keep it* ranks from
to market by the end of the I acting mayor, his duties as will be supplied with fresh FRUITS IN FAIR'SLIST'OF being broken. Proceeding across
week The house has been running building commissioner were assigned fruits and vegetables this season the track by way of Mowry street
some tomatoes but the quantity to Henry Brooker, Jr, fire by the Redland District Lions the visitor will be met at the intersection
has been negligible It will i'commissioner and J G Wynn, Club, It was decided at the weekly : PRIZES of Krone and Mowry 1
handle 1.000 acres of tomatoes this police commissioner assumed the dinner Tuesday night I by another policeman who will j
season i former council president's place Collecting thej>roducta and delivering I dear the road for them from there +
Hutehlnson's packing house, ,:as library eommissloner them to the home and I Plans Grow for Redland l to We Parker place and direct :i
which also has been running a 'Earl Field, representing the orphanage will be In the charge Exposition Slated for parking of the cars upon arrival. '
limited quantity of early tomatoes Redland District Amateur Radio of George Cooper. Walter Talbott,I j At the luncheon the visitors will t ,
for several weeks, will get Into the i Club, appeared before the council Sam ,J .Davy, James Forbes, Feb. 22-27 be welcomed to the Redland District '(
potato deal Monday. It will offering to vacate the room.in the (Continued on handle 700 acres of potatoes. city ,hall which the council had Prizes and trophies will be local chamber of commerce, and ;
F C. Peters Inc., will start its Uoted to the club;in favor.efthe Next Weekk;Is Clean-up I awarded<< tor''the best group of six I Mr. and Mr, Parker will be in- Itroduced. |
up-to-the-minute plant next week three works' progress administia- :Week Tor Homestead) or mere specimen on a list of more Short talk on the agriculture j j jI
on the packing and shipping of po. 'I Lion nurses who use the room fora .than fifty tropical fruits according I of the district may be
tatoes from 1,000 acres it will short time each day The council to an announcement by the management arranged by Mr. Steffanl. 1
handle this season voiced the-opinion that It had Al] unsightly) > dds and ends that! of the Dade County Tropical After lunch the Middle West .
Potatoes were quoted up to $1.79 already designated the room for detract from the appearance and Fair, which will be held inRedland visitors will be taken to the bo t
lob, her this week. Tomato I the use of the radio club and that sanitation Of 'Home.teadw1U b*, Feb. 22-27. t'lIIlcallllrd.ns of It W. Johnston j
early in the week were bringing .s coon a* the club wishes to In- removed hi., 'a week cleanupcampaign : W .M. Brodl. pioneer 'Redland on East Avocado drive whose collection "
(Continued on Page Seven) I (Continued on page four) beginning Monday, in I, fruit.grower will b* In charge of of tropical' plants, tree
'which the city and public-will cooperate (Continued on page four) (Continued on Page Seven)

" of Geronimo 'The resident1, are requested by I :
Impatience OriginatedNew
the city councilmen to tilace an,;Former'Olympia Bible :Class Leader '
trash r.anet << .lie A j I
s Agricultural Practice )
n I : Mexico trailer which is now being built i 'To Speak at Church Men's Supper i iI
for the city, will be attached to!
Some of Its experiencewhile' "When his irrfgaton'peons ho the small tractor recently purchased -
fanning In Mexico 17 years ago had charge: of eoatialliog-, the flood by (Vie council and begin cruI I The principal sneaker at ;supper ; peak "A Man Prize:"
were told the Homestead Rotary of water on the fields, fell asleep. flag Homestead streets early Monday to be given in Legion hall Legion hall Will be crowded to I I
Club, Wednesday by Rotarian at the*'work one'night, Mr. Oeronlroo ,It will collect waste bUIld-I'' Thursday night Of nett week by capacity according to present Indications I
I .r 'William J. Gerontmo of Florida found that besides flooding, Ing material, automobile I the church mn of the Redland W. M FUletd" general I
City. the planted field the water had dead branches or any other refuse. District, will be George M Thomp Chairman of arrangement, aid I
It was through *n accident he been allowed*> cover one just Prompt service: may be obtained'I son president of the Olymppia yesterday The sal* of ticket :
confessed that he originated the reedy tar planting Against the by caning the city hall and asking, Men Bible Class of Miami beforeit for the supper has exceeded expectations .
practice In MeStoo, of irrigating a advice of his neighbors Mr O.- for trash to be collected. disbanded Mrv Thompson of the committee Mr. i
-., field shortly before it was to be r'onUno did not wait The usual The removal of trash or Junk who now teaches a big Sunday Flfield said, end lie repeated th*
planted, rather than afterwards I thirty days for the field to dry, but from vacant lots will also be Included school class of men at the First committee warning that fIO Ucko i
a* had been the custom (Continued on page four) in the clean-up drive. 1 Christian Church of Miami, will (Continued on Page. Four)


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ii' Two THE LEADBll .ENTERPRISE Friday,_January 22, 1937Walton ,.

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Held Ford V-. with Its two engine I sin License Tag Extension
Smothers II. II. S. Face Delray I Funeral Services I,.-the i+Improved 8S" horsepower .
Orificl To End February First .
For Francesco
I Defeats engine' and the new 90" horsepower
After 2 Straight .,
Strongest Quintet V-8 engine. The extension of time for pur- "'"t
I I Funeral service for Francesco "Of course general Improvement : chan of 1937 auto license
High School will play I Carlo (Frank) Orlflci, 83, who diedat '
In South FloridaComing + Homestead In business conditions In end Feb. I. .Is the reminder of
:I the Delray Beach High basketballteam St. Franc hospital at Miami Florida and South Georgia are I Wm. J. Oeronlmo manager of the
on the heal court tonight. Beach Tuesday after a one-week redacted in our big December American Legion Auto Title Service .
from behind la the I hold a decision Illness, were conducted by the Rev.
The Homesteader sates volume" Hated Mr. Allen, where tags can be bought
second quarter Id take a lead which I but the cali ,Jam** Cloonan at the Sacred Heart
I over the uptater by "but never since the day of the "over the counter" now. "Come i
via never' headed, Walton bre of play produced the local Catholic Church yesterday morn Model A have we seen such public early and avoid the rush," he suggests
: Nurseries basketball team upset I team I* not much Improved the ing. Burial was at Miami' Memo- enthusiasm over a new Ford model ; "
y the highly favored Jeffrey Real- Grower may lose another game. rial Park. a* has been extended the It37 Due to lack of demand, the Sat-
tort team from Fort Lauderdale, I This U the last horn fame of Mr. Qriflci wa* born In Sicily Ford V-I. urday night hours have been discontinued -&
I 41-St, In ttiesfiomeitead gym last the the United State
Homestead until Feb. 9 when and moved to Mr. Geronimo !i
night. Jeffrey, rated as. the local play Ponce de Leon here.Homestead 32 yn ago. He owned a grove ; The office 1 evicep
daily I.
strongest team In South Florida,, lost to West Palm on Silver Palm drive near Red- Rev. A. AI. Vivien to Give open .
Sunday from 8:30: a. m. to 12 noon
wan leading the East Cst league I Beach Friday night in a hard land road. Famous Sermon SundayThe I and from 1 to t p. m. f f
with seven wins and no defeats.. fought, roughly played game, 28- lie la survived by: his wife, Josephine ----.:...
The Waltonltes, paced by Barrow Homestead started off strong Mary Orificl; two sons, i
and I I 22. Rev. A. M. Vivien of Philadelphia -
aharpuhootlng guard Francesco and Joseph; one daughter
hold the lead. The
: but couldn't I NEWT G. BALL
high' scorer In the league, outplayed at the half was 13-12 In favorof Serafina; a brother, OulaippeOrificl who i* spending the win
and outfought the upiteten.I; score I I I ter In the Redland District will
Homestead and tied at 20-all at of New York City; and u Votary Public
Barrow scored IS point Jut nlahl.Jpffrey' Serafina Bruno, also preach In the First Baptist Church
sister, Mrs.
I third Sullivan FIRM
the end of the quarter. iNsniAxcE AND
high teorera were bell of New :YUCk City. of Homestead Sunday at 11 o'clock I
Homestead scoring'with
led the IT'DnEl LINES
and Let McNtece, with IS points I Whlt- Turner funeral Home wan In a sermon "Brain, Nerve, Habits,
pitch LM MeN_ end rwitiBon 7 point white Capt charge of arrangement Character," that he has given in U N. Krome Ate, I ;
of West Palm Beach piled
of Jeffrey, and Wynn, Field and tington fifty of the leading pulpit of the -. -
Day of Walton were outstanding, up 11. country. I
defensively. The local lost again Tuesday Ford Sales Break Record I The men will be asked to sit GIRLS WANTED
Jeffrey defeated the Waltonitc night to Miami Edison High' Says Jax Sales Manager together at this service. i;
In Fort Lauderdale Dec. 2, 33-24. School: a team which the Home- Can rive a limited number ef "t'

Next Wednesday, Walton goesto stead bunch defeated early in the Jacksonville, Jan. 21-December FRANCES FOSTER NAMED girls ever the ate of IS a charm 1
Miami to play the second rankIng season. The score was 30-20. The sales for the 1937 Ford V-t In the t* MAKE GOOD !MONET. For
team in the league, WIOD- Miami lad were never In danger Jacksonville branch territory are Information see assistant diatribe-
Newa. the starting off to an early! lead. The Frances Foster whose candidacywas at
Despite Improved the largest sine boom days it tor Chicago Novelty Co., Dr.
Walton team the Mlamlans score at the half was: Edison, 22; by Alpine Grove '
lit was announced by Ray Allen, sponsored M. E. Tannenbanm'i office, Room ,
favorites Homestead, 14. Little with 7 points the diamond ring given -
manager of the Jacksonville Dairy, won 17-M Arcade Bldg. ea Saturday.
and Sullivan with 6, led the locals'scoring branch of the Ford Motor Com- a* first prize In the "Little Miss Jaa. IS, Hmsiestead. FU. This Is
; Wunder and Lee got 10 Homestead" contest conducted by
Redland Hi Seeks pany. easy aad doe not interfere with
point each for Edison Th record-bretklng December the Junior Woman's Club of Home.
school! studies ft office dalle
Third Successive sales volume was credited to the stead last week. Margaret Bul-
WANT ADS PAY public acceptance of the new 'nard was given a runner-up prize. ----

Victory Tonight

Redland High School will be
seeking Its third successive win
tonight when It faces the Pompano FLORIDA DAYS

High School basketball team on
the Redland court Tuesday
night, Miami Beach High School:
will play the Redlandites on the .'
Redland court. I
Redland won from West Palm
Beach last night 27-11 In a lamer AIIB FORD DJI'1IS
t lagedtAjomestead._A dramatic
play was being" pmrnw iuUmi
so the lame was transferred to the
Homestead court Redland led 10-
4 at the half.
Friday night Redland defeated
Lake Worth on the Redland floor,
1211. Redland had a 12-1 advantage -
at the half. Lake Worth
made only! one field goal.
Tuesday Redland and Ponce de
Leon got their date mixed and
G each team left its home court to
play on the other team's flow.
The game will be played at a later

Mayor Tom J. Harris tried cases !t ,
Involving three white men 'and
three negroes In police court Monday
night, I ; a.
Bill Crew, charged with being
drunk, forfeited a ten dollar cash
bond. Nolan Pike, charged with' 104F i
being drunk, was dismissed and
Lester Rucker charged with being
drunk and disorderly wa sentenced 49raIwffw*
to pay five dollar fine or
serve six .II In Jail. I

Sherry Thomas, colored, was I
sentenced to pay a $23 fine or I tqv
serve 20 days In Jail and Calvin:
Black was told to pay f 15 or serve
fifteen days In JaIL They were
both charged with discharging I

firearm In the city limit Jo
McGray, who was charged with -n9
disorderly! conduct by using pro

fane pay three language dollars, was or' serve sentenced five days to So many place to go *o many thing comfort of the centerpo!** ride-the .

in Jail. to do, to much to MelD Florida. Andon luxury of rich Interior

CLEANING PLANT TO MOn Florida highway and byway you And now' yon have a choice of too

.S :Thr Homestead Dry Cleaners will M* 1937 Ford V-8 in ever-ln- .V-8 engine 1 You can have any model

will move Tuesday from the old creasing Bomber*-< for no trip Menu with th. famous 85" V-8, further

Homestead Enterprise building on to this modern car. Improved to give t finer performance
W. Mowry street t* the Fredericks long or expensive
building oa North Krome avenue.' Th. Ford V-8 place all of Florida and greater economy. Or, at the lowest *

David J. Fredericks, Jr., the proprietor varied attraction at fingertip; Ford price la years, you can
1* erecting a workshop In dalrolDM1'eraimodelaeqalppedwith
the rear of his father' building and bring nddiid pleasure to theee the new thrifty "60" V-8 which

and will have office In his store, golden, randrenched days.The .
I* setting record for outstanding

streamlined beauty of the new gasoline mileage. Whichever you

DIULA.BERGERDentist Ford merely anticipate* the thrilling choose you get the Mine big roomy Visit rr Florida Expealtleej

performance of Its V-8 engine Your comfortable car. .. alWeelbody.. e At Miami

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tat me of the Mew 1937 Ford V-8 daarp. .Dew easy action safety messes ar-
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36 N. Krome Avenue oat on th..reed and get the fed of brake.TJIE QUALITYCAR rJ r .. ... ... at"" of ear

Upstairs V-8 performame*-tho .oodaflUlel THE LOW-PRICE MIA:

Office, -.Hours 8:30-1:30 '
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open your eyes to thp pr ccibiticarur"riliis. -enr I .
; 1" Winter Wonderland *whtre yoif -- -+
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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE:II 'Link 17tesnpuo baked. quits goods and; Mrs bedspreads Walter;!'.i,: EXPOSITION IS Finds Spectacular Display of Bird I

Mrs Jtoasjsjh Sesame, oattheu
Published Friday at Ilomttesd. Life in Proposed Everglades Park
FU br the South Dade i goods, jellies and preserves. 1! FAIRY GARDEN
More than thirty commercial I --
Publishing Co. display booths' have been so.J I Miami Jan. 21 The proposed -I resembles a seal in appearance,
I I during the four days that the fair SAYSM'DANIEL Everglades: National Park I' ha* been seen at far north as Jacksonville -
management has had Its Homestead II offers the most spectacular display I: but only in the Everglades
1 LEACH ARCIICV office In the McCrory treads I of bird life t.*b* seen In the en":i I National Park* where two have
I Associate EditorCatered .. Mr Seanelli said. He said I Advance press, releases did not lire national park system, In the been seen in the last month, wffl\ ,
also that tli* premium list would' begin to describe,'all that is to be opinion of Dn Harold C. Bryant I I It be fforded 'the' type of proteo.tioo.whicrv ..
J ss< second class Bail. I 19* printed and distributed within;I seen at the Ford "exposition in Miami assistant director of'the National 'will induce it to bated
flatter Marsh S, lilt.! .t the pegS the nxt week to give potential 'M I according te H. P. McDaniel, Park Service, in charge of research? an* increase In number"
j S office at 110_.....FlorIda, seder I hlbltor Mm to plan and prepare 'manager of Redland Motors, Inc., Mid education; who, was recently 1 It Is probable, the noted naturalist .
I tile Ml ef March: I,, 1171.BUB. their entries for the many prizes I Homestead Ford dealer, who attended t\membe"-of an official committee "revealed that a prelimiMry ,
that win be offered this year the"preview last FridayTelling from the national' headquarters research will be made of th park .
PRICE, tl"* A TEAR of the preview, Mr Mc- making a survey of borderlands i ares, prior to its acquisition by
Daniel said: within the area the federal government for development
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Too Late to ClassifyBy ( GERONJMOContinued Columbus Hotel for the dealers In mass formation the wood Ibis ; of much ot the dur. as
Ran| Kay under the Jacksonvillebranch- of or fllnthead, the only true American a basis of educational programs ,
-" ..-----.-..-,- ( from Pegs 1) the< Ford Motor Co., about 299 all stork, a few of which may be I which will be given for the benefit *
reditked the land and planted I told W* had lunch then Iota of seen (In the Imperial Valley of of park visitors,
f MEN'S SUPPER wheat in It soon afterward. Th i, speaking, and It was good, espe- California, along the Colorado Riv- These programs, under the gen
result was a wheat crop about I daily\ the talk of Mr. W. C. Cowling -. er in Arizona, near Yuma and a e eral plan mapped out In Dr. Bry- '
II I fifty per cent more abundant, with general sales manager of the few In Texas Also dramatic ini 1 ant's division of the service, will
I i (Continued from page one) practically no weeds. Duringthe I I Ford Motor Co., at Detroit who effect he finds the snowy and be under the direction of a trained
I eta would be sold after next Monday plowing:: the weed seeds had was all geared up like a V-S In American egret which may now' naturalist, who will have highly
night I Jan 29 been destroyed just before theywere I high H* said some nIce things once more be seen In great num-| trained guides on his staff whose
j The principal' objejct of the supper ready to sprout Thus the,I i about the Ford Motor Co. and also bers within Florida's tropical national authentic background of knowledgeof
," Is to discuss permanent organization : carelessness of the sleepy peons I i I I about Miami and the whole of the park. The flamingo, once I I the region will enable themto
i' of an Inter-church, nondenominational and the Impatience of the man east coast of Florida. I common, but becoming increasingly read the natural life of the parkto
Dens club which I ulna .. now town marshal of Florida I 'During these talks and in the rare In recent years Is returning Its visitors ,.
0 would have for Its aim the advancement City began a new farming I Questions affced and answered It in appreciable numbers: "It Is usual," said Or Bryant,
of the community'swelfare. I method In Mexico I j i: came out'that the Ford Motor Co I which will undoubtedly see marked "for the major national parks t*
The moor and city coun- : Fertilizer .Is unneceswrr In thewetlon I II spending on this Fbrd expo l- I growth under federal conservation -: have open air cmphithu'" when
.l cllmen of Homestead have accepted I where Mr Geronlmo plant-1 I Ii !I tlon in Miami more than 8200.000'1 The roseate spoonbills I evening programs are held combining *
'I an Invitation from the com-'1 ed his thousand-acre ranch with > In doing so the company I Ii are again found In rookeries along lectures on the native flora
,\ mitts* to uttend A full representation i I rice, wheat alfalfa and beam i i acknowledged that Miami and the the Shark River and other strangetypes and fauna with community singIng '
from Florida City and However, the expense of Ira' I i I lower eaat coast have really arrived I are the swallowtail kite' the i and entertainment Museums,
t county officials ii also expected lion offsets the fertilizer coat here, 'I -not only locally but as a national sandhill crane, the sclssorUll flycatcher -! too, are established at intervals
Tickets may be obtained at the he acid During the planting I attraction I also.-.for it Is not I II and other rare varlet 'II with photographs and other exhl ::
Dixie Drug and Blown Pharmacyor season his bill for Irrigation wag 1'I I I possible to make money orgjjocnl:I "Remarkable in the mammal life j I bit explanatory of the natural
I J' from the following ticket com was as high aa $600 a month i\i isles from theMfmount' spenron the of.the region la the raccoon, which: life Through this type of service
mltteemen: I At the time of the Geronimo i exposition I 1 lit a distinct species, smaller In size the park visitor Is In a position to
Homeland Methodist-H. L i I family's residence In the back I "The exposition Is a real showplace than Its northern neighbor and I choose the type of seen h. most
Brown, chairman, Lloyd Field, LA. ( country of Mexico, the native for Miami-even leaving thai I yellow in color, living largely on! wishes to visit"SHADE '
:1 Young; Homestead Baptist- neighbors held strongly to the belief i'1 Ford Motor Company and the Ford ; crawfish, tree snails and crabs In,' .j
I' E, L. Lawrence, chairman I S. L that for a small child to come exhibits out of consideration, altogether i which the area la abundant-and I
West, A. D Smith, Homestead 1 I In contact with water meant certain It is a veritable fairy I the manatee, the great slothful, TREES! 1
; Presbyterian-Van* Harris, chair death, he related Consequently garden and should be seen by all' slow moving animal that spends '
man, J. R. Hickson, J M. Holfer. ] not only'did the children of the I who have South Florida at heart much of his time In the water with
.\ ty; Homestead P1acopat-Dr.: I I peons go unwashed, but their . And It costs nothing to see:' only his head exposed This (Continued from page one) :
r Frank Hausman chairman, LeeI' mothers walled with- alarm and 1 fast' disappearing animal which stall its equipment I other space A
.._"fes'SMLfi' : L Cook; HomesteadoihMnggnea Rrlrt' whenever they saw Mrt Payne Extortion Note will be found for the nurses '
*U>Swan, chairman, Qeronlmo bathing her six-month- An Invitation to a banquet to
Now Believed ,
Redland llliiriM i i j "naimnnfl IIld'1......_' ,' a his son, W. C. Payne cashier, who be given by the church men of tie
and Florida City Methodist wa working late at the bankandpdbeen Redland District, January 2t, was J>
-Rev. C. a Nelson; Iverww.v.JJ..c.Qnolt memory of the country was of I : called b> his mother. The accepted by the mayor and coun ..
I' .Mexico City Its many whitewaJTIHalM the porch of the Silver Palm home .Jder&rr.'Paynr-t\ntnI'dI-tyvised ....... amen. 4'Gordon
an; German Lutheran-Charl.. mmrwtnr b it lighted el A, A. Payne president theFirst police, thesheriff office Ivey submltUdTreport f
T. Fuchs, Sr. titles! i*the world, he said He National Bank of Homestead-
and department of justice'operative of an estimate on the cost of paint*"*;
Several other churches, in which went to Mexico with his wife late Monday afternoon ,
and demanding *. Deputies guarded the Payne Ing the municipal water tank Mr. 110
committees were not named, will baby shortly after retiring payment of $3.000 In 30 minutes. I
aa a home, corner Tennessee road andSiI..r Rue and Mr. Wynn, were appointed -..;
I United .... .
Army remain <" |Ir thought to-hav beer the work Palm'
drive, that night and to Investigate it
1 rIi close of the worlj'via----; of a child or a crank. No clue to Homestead police watched the \
I the Identity of the writer has been swimming pool without re.ulta.I I SEEK HERE FOR PLANT: SITE;:
Drivers LkenSeDill.. announced by the authorities Mr. Payne said h* could not have: Herbert Danneman and MIchael\
Ii (Continued-from: Gets Promise Written with red crayon In longhand gotten $3,000 out of the bank If I Ames of New York, president and "
the rare fruits department page one) of Aid the note commanded the he had been disposed to heed the vice-president of Seaboard Equip. .J
assisted I banker to "get 18,099 and leave Iton note, as the vault had been I
t by Frank W. already : meet Co., were In Homestead last ,
Stillman, H. W. In letter received by the the 1 I
t Johnhton and Mrs. Homestead step of the Homestead closed and would not be unlocked, week looking for a site for their '
Lowe, the former Joseph W. Rotary Club from the four swimming pool within 30 minutesI until released by a timing device!I kitchen equipment plant. While ';
Two booth MiA Bodll' Kosel members of the Dada County delegation meats business and If you don't at B o'clock the next morning, here they were guests of Mr. and ''
\ I dlHplay will be devoted to this I to the slat !legislature, partial leave the money there fll be The note I I. In the possession oil I Mrs. Herman Marks .
I support is promised the state watching and I'll take for
The citrus fruit you a handwriting expert of the sher.f ft
department of drivers' license and compulsory ride Don't stop to talk to the office. READ TilE WANT ,
the fair will be managed by Harry I liability Insurance bills suggested I cops." ADSJ* I
E. Rely aaaisled by L. L. by the M
II Chand. club. ,, The note was attached to
ler John R. Mathers and Chas. State Senator Ernest R. Graham a- rock- by a rubber blind Mrs. "
Cox according to John and I You Can Measure
I' Scanelll, Representative H E. Over-, Payne heard something atrlke apost
general manager of the fair Mr. street promised their ",holeheartI of the screened porch and on
.' Mothers will have charge of the ed support of the bill I< Investigating! found the note lathe The Extra Yield
Persian t
lime and avocado displays Representative George R Holt I yard near the porch. On read a
\ wrote that he Is making a study of Ing It she remembered she had
In the women's department Mrs the suggested law
Representative heard a car start off soon after
i \ Helen Whiting Ferreyra Is supert John. Lindsay said thai he would the redo had struck the porch. 1
t ) j I tnlcndcnt with assisting chairmen support and Introduce, If necessary It was more than 30 minutes b*. I EL
1, i as follows Mn Cooper W. Hayes a bill providing for state fore Mr. Payne came back to the
.J 1 antique department; Mrs J, F drivers' licenses, but that h* Is bank from a trip with R L Walker ,
: Hammett, fan-y work; Mrs. Harry I undecided about the compulsory to Mr Walker l ,a farm and learned ; JeiiilJJfe/uL

l.; D._Wolfe_. handcraft .Miss-_Ruth liability Insurance of the extortion note through i

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January 22,1937: THE LEADfcRENTERPRISE.: Paw Five

Young People's Union Makes Plans Homestead twits, Sliver Pam Me t"'d1ey Bud's Service-- Station- DR. S1UNKUV TO PREACH
Methodist First Bap.
I' For Meeting, Party and Pageant I tilt and Goulds Pentecostal.KiUrore Opened by Bud Hardin I Dr. Lloyd C. StonkUa" has been
asked by the Key H. O Cowan to
-- Co. Now Stocks "Bud" Hardta, Alpine Grow I I be the guest speaker at the regular
Plans for various activities were Left-loo hall on Monday. Feb. I, at I Jim Dandy Line of FeedJim Dairy route man. opened the I J evening service: at the Pen-In
discuaaed at the meeting of the directors t p. m. Mrs. Walton and Mist Rose Sunoco service station on North I Methodist Church Sunday night
*>t the Redland District Caves were placed- ire charge .t Dandy none and chicken Krome avenue and Fifth street Dr Shankllnl subject will be
Young Peoplel Union In the refreshments. Miss Elizabeth Bush feeds are now available to Red- this week. -God's Natural Plan for Ma..,"
Homestead Methodist Church of the games and Alvah Taylor, land District feed buyers, according I Stuart Hall I* In charge of the I There will be a good musical program *
Sunday afternoon of arrangements and publicity to C W. Sweet manager "'I station which will be known as In connection with the services
AnaoiMcament was made that The union voted W send cos -i!imtn ; the Kllgor Seed Co. tore Bud's Service Station. Everyone It Invited.
the January meeting of the union e to confer with the Redland f Homestead.' The Kllgor Seed I __ .
will be held at St. John' Episcopal District Material Association at|rCe. la stocking this feed In all 'Its I
Church an Jan. at at t:31t p. m.lite next meeting on the adVl.lablUt'1'stases throughout the state Mr
Mrs. Cdw Walton president of of having an Easter pageant In, Sweet says, and this volume of HOMESTEAD HARDWARE CO.
the Young People' Service Lea. conjunction with the annual Easter'! business assures fresh feed for
Sue of that church, wlU have tunrlM service. I I IChurches buyer GENERAL HARDWAREPhone 'I
charge ef the program represented at themeeting In addition the Jim Dandy
Plans were completed for a tacky were: Redland Cocnmuni- feeds, the local store will continue 516-M C s Homestead FU.A .
party to be held- m- the American ty, St John's Episcopal, Presby I 1 to stpck a lute of Purina feeds. i
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Pairs Six THE-LEADER. ENTERPRISE Friday January 22.1937 .. ,, ', .

IJ The Redland Rattler 1 1MM I CHrtibus Boyfeus Popibus rum ktaelbus Ukibus hearibu wants aweeU lauds someorum.'girkmun smacko- GUARANTEED USED CARS :

By SHIRLEY HAXKNESSI i Kkkibus boylbus outa the doorum. ,

l I ma.'a1M In Re4U>4 Moat conceited boy :='__ solemn If you're faces wondering and hushed why all voices the 1927 Chevrolet Ton Truck ............................ $ 50.00 :;,
._ Blake Kenneth Hawkessilliest about the school we U tell If
L'( Best Best looking looking boy girl Roy Betty Campbell girl n_ Catherine Bell only i touch of the semester 1933 Ford Tudor Sedan ......................._.._... 265.00 !
._ Blake Sillfeft boy _. Jack Turner exam In the breeze Those roost ''
Best dressed Betty
,:. Best dressed boy lid_, Burton Stlnson Tallest girl Jennie Sue Roger afflicted are our dear friends who I 1933 Plymouth Sedan .__.._.._......__....._.._ 250.00 ;
Jane Tallest boy .. John Hkkson have loafed all the aeanuter and
,. Neatest girl boy ..Alma. Warren LindgrenNeatest Wilson I Beat all round student ._ n___. are now meditating on It all be- 1928 Ford Tudor Sedan..__. ......- 60.00 t
Biggest flirt Jeanne Calkins : ._ Mary E William! tween term papen. Then too all
1933 Ford Deluxe Fordor Sedan ._ 285.00.
Most athletic girl- Lucite DraggersMost around we hear the cry: "What; I

Cutest atletic girl _boy.____Delore.Roy Campbell Cowan I Mrs. ,Helen Introduced Mope sn, English essay contest Instructor no And exemptions Sinclair" Lewis wrote I 1933 Ford Sport Coupe _._.__._. 265.00 I

Best Cutest looking boy blonde__. Cohen_ Idena Leggett Cooke morial sponsored Institute by of the Tropical Gorges Me-and book Hen called "It Can't Happen 1932 Ford Model B Pick-up .........__..__ 250.00 :,

brunette .____. ._
Best..looking_ .. ._._._ Delore Cowan I I Preventive. D C., In Disease which twenty of Washington members -- We are reminded by the Callatln 1929 Chevrolet Coupe R S ..._.____ 60.00 ;
Best looking red head .. ._. ... .. New that absence make the
.m_ Anna Mae Rhlnehart I of papers the Junior displayed class an completed.The accurate grade grow ROUNDER. 1935 Chevrolet Pick-up ..........._....__-400.00

Smartest girlMary Eleanor._....WilliamsSmartest ____ knowledge of the methods of mosquito I. Fulfilling of Prophecy 1935 Ford Deluxe Fordor _...__.._. ...._. 425.00 lI lu
control the disease transmitted -I I.
boy ___ Gordon Cross by mosquitoes, the benefits To Be Pastor's Themes
Best girl tennis player _.__. .. accruing from mosquito control '"
Carlotta Ames and the Importance of the Gorges -Seven Women Shall Take Held I j jof I I We have plenty of new cars in stock and en- a i
Best basketball player .- Memorial relation to these subjects I I One Man" ls the subject for the'I
_. .. .__. Roy Campbell and personal health. Sunday evening service at the route, also can draw from other dealers when l
Best baseball .1 Ethel Roberta' essay was Judgedto I Homestead Church of the Naza-I iI T
.. ..playerRoy Campbell be the best Her paper will go rene The pastor the Rev. W. J. needed. Now is the time to trade, before you .:
Most studious girl .._._ ...I to Washington D. C.. for entry In' Parker. will bring the message. r '0
.. Mary E. William the state and national contest "Signs of the Times of the Coming -I have to buy that license. Come in tell us what
Most studious boy _.. Gordon Cross Other paper conaldl"ncIn those of Jesus Christ" will be Mr.
Best girl dancer.._ .Vera Parker of Margaret Albright Jack Turner Parker's subject the next four, you want. c cy
Best boy dancer .. Roy Campbell Warren Wilson and Warren Wood. Sunday evenings. Such subjects aa I
Best liked girl _.. Carlotta Ames The national prizes\ are: first "The Jewish Signs" "The Church c
Best liked boy .._ Roy Campbell award $500 In cash and $200 In Sign*" and "The Anti-Christ" will )
Jolllest girl __ France Lewis travel allowance to Washington; be Included In the series. BIRD CHEVROLET COMPANY rF
Jollleit boy .......__ Ormand Cash second award, $150 In cash, third If you are Interested In the fulfilling !
Teacher1 pet (girl) Ethel Robert award $50 In cash: fourth and of prophecy a* It stands today ,
Teacher pet (boy) ._. _.? __ fifth honorable mention, state : said Mr Parker you are 515 N. Krome avenue. Phone 98
.._..___ Kenneth Hawke I prize $10 In cash; high school cordially invited to hear then E
Girl you can have most fun with prize, Gorges medallion. message r
.. _.__.._._ Susie Leggett I rE
Boy you can have most fun with Mia Murray's third and fourth
j --. .n n. _._ Robert Vrana grader presented in assembly ri
1 Most popular girt .._ Mildred Cox Thursday morning a play: for Ar- :
Most popular boy __ Roy; Campbell bor Day; entitled 'Tom BackYard" Uw
i Cutest underclassman-Louis Vrana The cast Included: Tom
Most talented girl _._ .... played by Charles Wcekley, Tom's :
._ Mary E. Williams'1 mother, Evelyn Douberly; Stickup j
Most talented boy E. J. Graham 1 Phillip Benson; Scalawag, Buford
5 Smallest'glrt._ Eleanor. Murray I Freeman Whopper Palmer ,
..... ; Pope
I"h Quietest girl i __- Myrtu III< Luckey Turnrr Daffodil. --r..r-y., Ituth.. Wright,.Rose,.. ".Marl-' "114 10 STAY( OUT IN FRONT t tFe ;

Quietest boy ._ Han Schrader Pansy: Melba Collins. The news
I Best looking woman teacher._ reporter for the week was F. C
a.,, .- __ Mia Brannoa Steven Lennard Dent was In .' __- It .' .
Best looking man teacher charge of the opening exercises.Interesting
r -..-----.- raui hker recitations given by A
,t; r Sappiest senior ._ Robert Vrana I Beverly IJlIJ'thatand Etheleen .
Jolliest Junior France Lewis I'I
f Clenney concluded the ProlfI +ya. Sol
) Silliest aoplwmonCatherlne Bell :
I Freshest freshmanClyde._. ____I One of the ';;;;advanced students e ,
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) Chamber offer the following verse in :
,t J 1 Meet conceited girl ____ dog Latin" which sounds Just II
IV., :| Alma Jan Llndgren'like any: other kind of Latin to us: ; {jc
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HE Armour folks t had a lot to da wild ;.. s. +jxptriemct that ESSOLUBE ...henyouusc..ESSOLUBE.. .

j producer hi it today. And I oWl mean protects their motors more You get at dependable, premium 1
9 just malung good fertilizer either.They're .
completely v.f Experience is quality motor oil for only Is
helped mightily beyond that-end .when one of '
+; their men Mope by, I'm always ready to tale tune off and go'. '_. ._ the true and, cafe guide ,to, A quarter a quart. You won't

over the place with him, because he bring me experience and buying motor oil. Many inehave to buy as much oils for'
M : sound advice with the
along sounding phrases can ESSOLUBE lasts
fertilizer for land." See as for the Armour rerull- f ..
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,. Friday January, 1937 THE LEADER- ENTERPRISE Papa Seven. .

From this acreage, U ia estimated.. matoes wIll be ., fcawcated from f;
I II I" MOTORCADE from 1,500 to 1,800 ears of potatoes 11,086 acne planted to Dad County "iI
-r will be shipped. this season. If normal conditionsobtain i
In and Around Approximately 3,000 CAM '"t to-I Mfi Steffani sold : ( .1
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I and fruits is world-famous. From \
then they will be conducted put 'I'i
I Homestead I the trove of H. L. Cook on West
I Avocado drive which *t the pres- Plant the Best Seed ::1
ent Urn is iMwte with a bumper ,
,. I crop of Valencia orange The
next will be at the main station r
stop -
\:; Mr. and Mrs W. D. Mahan are' Mr. and Mrs. Jules Abrahamsand
entertaining at their home on Silver Mist Loudiebelle Clay of Coral I I and croundi Station of the Subtropical Waldio- Money Can Buy I
Palm drive Mr. and Mrs. John Gables were guests of Mr. and I drive.Experiment on ,
;, Duncan of Burgettatown a town Mrs. J. L Byrum at Redland Avocado
v near Plttiburg, Pa. Mr. and Mr*. Grove Sunday. From the experiment station the j
}, Duncan, who are touring the state,' motorcade will proceed north on
Arrived last week for a visit off Mr and Mrs J. W. Martin of Redland road to Coconut Palm n
,. several weeks here, and they and N. W. Third avenue and their three drive, thence east to the Redland
f their hosts are planning several' children moved last week to Or- Farm Life School, thence north on
trips. lando where they will make their Farm Life road to Halnlln drive, Plant Burpee's the
fishing home. and cut on Halnlin to Tropical
Mrs. Jas. A. Daugherty was Monkey Jungle, where I shortstop
I :brought home Wednesday from the" will be made. From there the Standard of QualituGrantham
I Dade County hospital where she FLORIDA CITY Middle Westerners will go to
.underwent a minor operation. I Mrs. W W, Newry. Cease.pendent Goulds to lee I potato packinghouse
in operation. Then the motorcade -
'Mr and Mrs..S. D. West of New will make bee-line\ backto
i tondon; Conrt.,.'are expected the Dr. W. L. Vercoe and I party of Miami via the Federal highway.The M
; .last of this week for a visit with' friends went on a fishing trip motorcade will leave the
(Mr. West'.' brother and sisterlntjjaw south of the state park Tuesday I McAllister Hotel. headquarter ol

Mr. and-Maa. O. A. West, andBother Mr. and Mrs. Carper and d.uah-I the excursionists, at I a. m. Mon-
f relatives here. ter Flossie, of Richmond. Va. are I day and proceed by way of the '
: ; opening the canning plant. They Cutler road to South Allapattah Seed Store
a; Mr. and Mrs. Pat Boatright of
have moved Into the Locherie Garden and the East Glade farming
Miami announce the birth of a area where potato digging
it nine and one-half pound son at 1 I The Ladies' Aid of Florida City CRATE MATERIALS AND
the Jackson Memorial hospital In Walter Arbaugh of Lewisburg,' Community Church hu contractnow -
i. Miami on Jan. 14. Mrs Boat- W. Va. ti staying with 3. E. Coher- under way will be witnessed INSECTICIDES
It right Is the former Miss Mildred nour. 1 ed with the Redland District
+ Peters. a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I
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of to furnish Homestead Fla. Phone
Mrs. John ,
A. J. Campbell of Homestead. Cook and daughterwere ,
and verve the luncheon for the
brought home from Kendall
visitor at the Parker ground
1 ,'J'haddeul Rice of Greensborowho 1'ueada- I
Is spending the winter In Del.
Clyde Neill Is Ill at his home.
ray'visited his cousin, C. H. Rice, I POTATOHQUSContinued
Sunday. Mrs. H. M. Brown:; : returned Sunday '
from a one-month visit with We Can Make
.I Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Moy moved her daughter Mrs. Durrance, in i'
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from the Jaa. A. Daugerty house West Palm Beach.
oo N. W. Fifth street to the house $2 a lug f. o. b., with little weakening -
,recently occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.:JI.: Turner of later in the week. Immediate
J.W.Ilu1in. Miami and Lynbrook N. Y., were The peak potato harvest season Deliveryof
callers at the J A.'Severy home I will be from Feb. 1 to March 1
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Norman Ropley Term Tuesday.Mr. this year County Agent C. H. Stef-
arrived Sunday to spend the win- fanl said. Volume of
and Mrs. w7 W. Severy and I shipment the following
ter here He Is staying! at the tomatoes will be front March 1 to
family, Mr. and Mrs.' Clarence
: !JL o. Walatr borM. March IS. Most of the tomatoes
and '
Muzzey and family r. H.
!!"r : f The .by. ;;;tM1'I. Sherman 1 Brockett had a picnic at the mouth hipped so far this season have
. --.Sitnoas of South Whitney, Ind, of the Mowery street canal Sun- been from the Florida City section 1937 PONTIACS
mostly from the pine land crop.
'art spending i few days with Mrs. ,day.
The glade crop la Just coming in.
Abet Simons at Citrus Leaf her
Becker Bros of Florida City' has
grove oa Silver Palm drive hipped about 30 can to date,five
: *Richard road. Mis.SUjjon'i daughter. TRAILERSContinued of which are going to market this (Subject to Prior Sale)
I". Mrs.
Hugh Xavney, with hertwo'ehiMrrnNancy week.
and Dolores,
1. 'bat :eom XromTroy, N. Y., to From Page One) :There Dade are County 4,000 this acres season of potatoesin compared 6 CyL 4 door Sedan, black ............................$943.00
;spend two month here before
.Jolnb+g'11n-Kkvney'Uhd baa gone an Ideal of the playground tourist families.for the children .- with ,200 for last year 6 CyL 2 door Sedan, black ............................ 923.00
.m to New MeslC where they will I
{ make their home. Mr Kavney Closing of the street In front of: aside a place for them, he said, a 6 CyL door Sedan,brown ............................ 902.00
k the former Miss Luella Simons. the swimming pool will provide' large number of them would be an

ample room for the houses on I t' asset to the merchants. 6 CyL 2 door Touring Sedan, green............ 957.50
::1$Mr. and Mrs. Dan William are wheels. They will be charged two Mayor Harris, Frank Rue and

entertaining Mrs. Williams' par- dollars each week to cover the Frank Webb were put In chargeof 6 Cyl. 2 door Touring Sedan, black ............ 915.00
I >ents. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Turner. cost of the conveniences offered the camp arrangements, which
and her uncle and aunt, Mr. and them. have been completed.
I'.l'M rs. Gerald Eicher, all of Clarke The plan for the trailer camp Since some other cities In South
I ,j\>ili*, Pa., who arrived Tuesday was suggested to the city council: Florida are faced with an overabundance Come in and Look Over
far a one-week visit. Monday night, by Mayor Tom of trailer, the council
atl.. Harris who expressed the opinion expressed the opinion that if they These Trade-ins
((1day for Hughes left yes- that the trailers parked at random are extended an Invitation, large
ery. about the city could become a I numbers of traveling homes will
problem. If the city would set begin rolling toward Homestead
ne time with relatives. 1934 Pontiac 2 door Touring Sedan.Original paint
:C.H.Rice was host:;;; to E.A.Ames clean as a pin.

nd Dr. Frank Hausman on a flshng .

U.l.Irl biz tor-sallor Sat.irday. 1931 Chevrolet 6 wheel Sedan. New tires and
Some.grwuper snapper andrunt ATTENTION FEED USERSWe
were caught on the reef off paint.

aesar't Creek. _

Mr*. Jim Fitzpatrick of Miami are glad to announce that we have taken on for distribution 1934 Chevrolet Station Wagon. New tires. Car

.ot Wednesday with her brother- in this territory like new.
.rt i l rr ftd Nn.'A.Mr .

,, -..said'Mrs.:-:Paul Reynolds Jim Dandy Feeds Ask us for particulars on winning

.' isit a Mr.- nd Mr. Russell Rains new Pontiac and Radio and 1,000
.f ( i Miami Friday night gallons of gasoline.
ft. '' Made by Western Grain o, Birmingham 'Ala.

This firm has manufactured high quality feeds for nearly

.. fifty year, and every' sack is guaranteed to give as good PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.

results as any feed on the'American market We receive

I shipments weekly direct from the mill which Insures your II

securing the freshest feed available.



Portable EfecMe and Ateljleae Welding an Cylinder Blocks 1'
Cylinder Heads Aiuminom Casting said Boilers
GeneralPublic SEED CO. I
Automotive Maektae KepaJring Caierlng le garages IB mala

II bearing powiag ud aligned reaming connecting red pouring
Heaacstead, Fta. Free Delivery .
Utilities TEL U semi bering and cylinder ....ac.


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Pare Eight THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Friday January 22; 1937

4 I I Social Events in South Dade I


;. Bigger were married at t o'clock
last; night in Ute manse ME the !
new Woman1 Missionary SHOWER U GIVEN Presbyterian church by the Rev. Director Vina 14. Bet.ter West a talk oa the history of the

ciety circle was organized Tuesday FOB MRS. W. B. CAVES, JR.Mxs. E. L. Nelson, pastor of the church. Icy: of Hialeah will Install officers national B. P. W. C. by Mr*.. C. I*
circle Mr. of the Homestead Business I Ooley, club songs, and two musical
and the three other McClun Is owner of theHome.tead
W. B. Caves, Jr., wa given f and Professional Women' Clubat number directed by Mrs. Mar-
elected officen. Grocery and Miss Big-
a miscellaneous shower by Miss a meeting which, win be held garet Mills, supervisor of
at store music
the for
A non-denominational Young Ellen Huff and Mr*. AugustWynn usseveral gen bookkeeper In. Legion hall MOlld.evel ll4l at lit the Homestead school
Matrons' Circle was formed at a at the Homestead Country yean, I is a member ot a a o'clock. Mr J. F. Hammett will I .
meeting at the home at Mn. A. A. Club Monday afternoon. Bunco pioneer Homestead family conduct an emblem ceremony and Mrs. C. H. RIce k arranging for
KoessJine. Mn. L. L. Poyser was wa played before the gifts were several new member will be serving of bunch and cake
elected leader Mn. W. H. Nolan, \opened by Mn. Caves The high CLIFFORD CAMPBELL WEDS Initiated. Business and professional women
assistant leader; and Mrs. StadiaWlttkop / core prize wu won by Mn Her MRS. MARY FERRYMAN Other I of the district and others who
Announcement wa made Friday numbers on the program are Interested are Invited to attend
secretary and treasurer
man Thomas and the low, by Mn.
of the marriage of Clifford H. be a reading by Mn S. L. the meeting.
The circle decided to hold meetings L. B. Danzey. Miss Alice Hobson
s Campbell to Mrs.
Mary Perryman
on the third Tuesday eveningof won the floating prize.
member's In Fort Lauderdale on Jan. It by WORTHY GRAND MATRON JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB
the month at some
Ice cookies and coffer
home. Judge Boyd H. Anderson. Mia COMES 11ERE MONDAY ENJOYS TACKY PARTY

were served. Sybil Snowden and Jame Rob- Mn. Ethel C. Turner of St Member of the Junior Woman's
After several contest had been I
Others present Included Mn. erts were the attendants.The Petersburg, worthy grand matron Club of Homestead were given a
enjoyed served by cake Mr.and Koestllne.coffee were I Russell Home, Mn W. B. Caves,II bride wore a rust colored of the O. E. S. of Florida, will pay tacky party by the hostesses for
Sr., Mrs- Paul Reynolds, Mn L crepe ensemble and white accessories her official visit to Ad Astra chap- January, Mn Jas. L. Bird Mrs
Tit next meeting wCJ be at Mn. I T. Proctor, Mr* Stanley Wlttkop.MM. and Miss Snowden wore a ter at a special meeting In the 1. R. O. Walser and Miss Alice Hob-
Povser's home en Feb. It at 7:80p : Joel J. Robinson, Mr*. War white ensemble with whIte acces O. a F. hall Monday nightA son, at the Woman' Club of
m. M. Johns, Mn. T. J. Walker Mrs sories. ; Homestead
banquet will be held at building Monday night
T"prtlent" Included Mrs. J. D. Perkins, Mn. H. O. Hardin, I Mn. Campbell b a daughter of Green Lantern restaurant at the 1 Mrs. Stanley Wlttkop won a bean

t Gordon King Mn. R. O. Walter Mn Wilbur Reed! Miss Mary Mr. and Mrs D. J. Gay of States- o'clock, and tha meeting will be contest prize and two word building
1.. Mn W. B. Mills Mrs. Alvin SimMons Bradley Mist Grace Hobson and borO) Ga. She attended the held at 830.: I contest prize Mrs. Russell

Mn Earl Pacetti, Jr., Mrs. little Maxine Walker Statesboro schools and came to Horn won the prize given for the :

Cecil Walker, Mn. Nolan, Mn.Poyser Those sending gift were: Mn.Jas. Homestead three years ago. She tackiest costume and Mrs T. J.
Mr*. WltUop. Mr*. L. L. Bird. Mrs. Claude Camp- la now employed at Bishop' Garden Club at home of Mrs. Geo. Walker won a stunt contest prize. I
William and the hostess.Circle bell, Mn. Bruce Ennis, Mn. H. T. Coffee Shop. B. Reed In Redland. The refreshment course match I.

One, which met at G'I Oxford, Mrs J. B. Sparkman. Mrs. Mr. Campbell t son of Mr. and Feb. 2-W. M. S. meeting la ed the rest of the party. It consisted
home of Mn. S. E. R. 0. Walser, Mrs E. A. Buchanan, Mr*. A. J. Campbell, pioneer Methodist Church at 8 p. m. !, of sandwiches, cookie and

\. elected Min Helen Livingston Mrs Russell Walker Mrs Herbert Homestead resident He has lived ; Feb. 3-W. M. U. circle meet- bananas wrapped in waxed. paper I
i leader and Mrs. E. S. Capunger, Turner, Mrs. Marvin Shaw Mn. in Homestead all his life and ing*. and old newspapers and tied with
Miss Pearl Whitaker .SUIllVan'j'I High School in 1932 and the Homestead 9-Supper Club meeting at '
1 Those present Included
The members decided to study T. J. Faust home. : Mrs. W I
I; Paul letter to the Pblllpplan { Miriam Burton. Business College in 1834. He B. Cave, Jr., Mrs. E. A. Buch-
'J Ice cream and cookie were erv- I is proprietor of a service station Feb. American Legion Auxiliary anon, Mrs. L. T. Proctor, Mrs. L.
\. / OB West Mowry street meeting in Legion hall at B
ed. MRS. I>KY IB ELECTED Danzey Mr Augustus Wynn,
!1 PRESIDENT: OF CLEAVERS They are making their home In Up. m.Feb. Mn. Bruce Ennis' Mrs- Joel J
r. circle will hold its next the J. U. Free apartment, 4-Meeting of Presbyterian
Robinson, Mn
The Paul
Gleaner Class of the Home Reynolds,
I.I.'I meeting t( the home of Mr*. Geo.
: .tjJJ" Hanson on East Kin,'* highway. stead Baptist Church elected Mn. ---- W man'* Auxiliary at J. M. Hot Mn. Wlttkop, Mrs. Walker, Mrs.

i.. Those present Included,;; Mr*.[Gordon Ivey president at a business The CalendarJan. ferty home. Hunter Hardln, Miss Mary Brad-
) L. D. Wyman, Mn. Hanson, 'Mrs. and social meeting held Tuesday Feb. 12-"The Family Upstairs," ley, Miss Grace Hobson Mn R. W.

''I D. L>. Bowen, Mr*. J. P. Anderson, at the fhome :UM'u. a school play, in Neva King Cooper Raines of Miami, a guest, and the
:. > I Mrs Caplinger, Mrt. K. 1!$ Bailey, Hone. Mrs' ; and 22-Ladl Mn Livingston, Kill Livingston Mr* Dexter Ilorhd'were! hostesses. upper in Florida, City Community Feb: 18-W. M. S. circle meeting .
it and Mrs. BeaTylefOf Albany, OJ'Mr. WlUard FUlelrf Is the reUrina Church. *. I ALENE!: KOESSTIJNEHASBIRTHDAY !: -
r 1 a visitor. president Jan. 35-Official visit of Feb. 1 -Meeting of Woman' CELEBRATIONSeven

: t Mrs Joel J Robinson f Mn. Dexter Monte wa made grand matron to Ad Astra worthy I Club of the Redlands. classmates of Alene
1 leader of Circle was elected secretary and Mn Henry Olsen, of O J:: S. Feb. 18-Meeting of ,.by- Kotstline were present at a party
; :her home. 'N.t which metal treasurer. Jan 2< Woman' Club of, terian Woman'! Auxiliary at A. f. given In honor of her seventh
Mn. B.
( was 'elected assistant Slagle Present were: Mn. S. L. West, Homestead guest day pot-luck Arthur home. birthday by her mother, Mr A.
: J. A, leader; Mn teacher of the class, Mrs. Howard luncheon and program lit club- Feb. 22-27-Dade County Trop- A. Koestllne, at the Koestllne
MtNein secretary; and Mrs Johnson Mrs Pt Morgan, Mn. house. ical Fair ia Redland. home Monday afternoon.
H lit\
J.: treasurer. ]M. C. Murphy Mr Alex Lanier Jan. 26-Community supper lad !;IV' .. ..
The - - ----
e4Eltte'voted to have -
study at Its Bible ]Mrs Claud Campbell, Mrs. Ivey, Redland Community Church at 8I
meetings, and Misj Mn. Russell Home Mrs. Dexter o'clock.
Jennie Lebdell was elected a* Home and I wevisitors.. Jan. 87 Luncheon UNiQUEI

s: tcuiher I Dade County Federation of KANTLEEKHOT
The circle Wo-
musicale decided to hold a I REDLAND CLUB TO SEND men' Club In Royal Palm
during February. The DELEGATES TO MEETING Park. HOT
next meeting will be held I WATERONE
with Delegate were named to attend Jan. 27-Sacred Heart Club In
} Lewis
Brandenburg at 2:30: t the luncheon meeting of the Dade meeting with Mrs. Geo L. Swan. I BOTTLE

it P.m.Those County, Federation of Women's Jan. 28 Woman'; Club of"
{ McL. present were Mr*. Grace Ham Smith, Mr*. Casper WI!. 1 held In the clubhouse Tuesday with. Mlsa Jennie Lobdell at 2:30p.
Mn. Robert Glenn, Mra. afternoon. -
The delegates are: m
Molll Wlngate, Mrs. Brand- !Kin. B. A. Waldin, Mn Kate May I Jan. 28-Rain or Shine luncheon

Mrs.burg McNeil Mrs. Slagle) Mrs Brown, 1 Dane, Mn. E. A. Carter, Mn. Cha. meeting with Mrs C. J. Parman. ,.J KANTLEEK moo
I Mn. Robinson.. Lobdell and Turner and Mn. Geo. W. Turner, Jan. 28 Meeting of Redland I

Circle Jr.Mrs. Ladle Aid in Redland Community
Three member entertained Stapperleu Bottle .504qb.
were H. J. Armstrong made a Church .
by Mr*. P. B. Bird and t talk
Mn. C. & on good government Jaa 30 Third annual Fret.Idenf .
Bentley at $ .
I home. Mrs. Bird's Those present were: Mr*. Henry Birthday Ball at Homestead Radiator Sid.
KuftldU Mrs. Cow Stewart, lira Country Club.
Davit Officer elected were: Mrs J. R. (Geo. W. Turner, Sr., Mr. Chas. Jan. SI-Redlarat District Yemig 1, pa a N la It'i mad In on. piec
leader Sates
secretary, and; Mr Mr*.. H. O. Branch,I :Turner, Mn. Ceo. W. 'Turner Jr., People's Union meeting Episcopal : Ifle n 8 lei bilk to R can't >:a1c(

.\ ter, treasurer. O. L, Showat.,1 Mrt. Armstrong Mr*. Carter, Mrs. Church at I:30 p. m.

Those present Include Mr*. j Due and Mr*. Waldin. Fee .I-Meeting of South Dad

Sam Davla Mr*. C. A. William*, I II. IJ
Mn. I. P. McLean. Mrs. DM Wit. II

llama, Mn. C. D. Taker, Mn. Matilda : Denture Alkalize with I

I Wit sm.., Mr*. Florence CARE i

Pacettl Ifrtt Paul Reynolds, Mr. fP I DENTAL PLATE GE7
i J. Dv Redd, Mra. r. Ftetta*. Mrs. I CARBONATES COHPOONO5o

\ vlvan Booth, Mr. J. E. Davis, Mr*. and Beauty CLEANER
Branch Mr*. Showalter and the J
ho*tease*. m give' True beauty demand 4OUNOS 75

the best of CUlt at all
1 The Rer.andW1'.1.; : Moon of the genuine time. Whether yeu

Miami were dinner guests> ef- Mr. EUGENE wish a wave, a facial: ,
and Mrs Carl Field Sunday even- Permanent *> manicure or U7 ef

Ing. aoA. tbe other essential aid
a* rang r rts-AM** skaAW to beauty you'll find s Fresh Ice Cream We have Your Own
tied of the killed operator at I Monoraallaed
DR. It S. AKERS .W pswresnrww* tat lied ... Nr.1'ae ..t;: Pat'ready to Beauty mom Parlor you Made Dally Is Our Store Stationery

I w.. de gausses. Eugfae.twit quickly at any time.Creqalraola. .
DENTIST I .: *!* gtmiM Eygtae
Sadwtt. LH Spiral andCetnUnallon
1 M "dms" you

OAte Hewer S a. sn. to 1 p. .... s hit few the tntoa, with M. i
i Sunday f U It Den. widiilMtiMs end l>lifBush's PERMANENT WAVES:

Close Saturday 'IDa facoea4.aetk SWIM Prices $:a>>. $6, $7

Free Parking Space ] Barber Shop PAT'SBEAUTY

11(4 N. W. MTH >T. MIAMI & Beauty Parlor PARLOR ... ". :S: The Rexall Drug Store

PHONIC: t-nii Phase M -R Horse BUg.

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Friday, January 22, 1937 THE LEADER.ENTERPRI5E __ Pace Nine )

f t I New Resort Footwear! 14Ei

Gaetal Events I I If'

1 Footwear the moment right In the awing; of the gay resort season!

I :1 i Flattering creations that complement your all-day and afternoon outfits, 1 :

SOUTH DADE GARDEN CLUB HAS PROGRAM SE perfect fitting line, and exquisite details of stitchcry and trimming, New, i :} .t'.t'i i iE
I mart,and priced right t : l I,
l.7 ',l '\j ,
i; '',,Mr: D. B.: Snow read a paper grower' motorcade The auxiliary ., =: l'
tamarind tree and told how :
the "
will hold a meeting after J :
r drink and jellies from
tot mak. '
( A ,1'1
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J t Its fruit at a meeting of the South ward. '
Dad* Garden Club at the horn The rotation, book "Congo 1 ;
iof Mrs. H. J. Brockett in Florida Crosses" was studied. Those taking : ; .i'
City Monday afternoon. part on the program were: E
\'Jtttt Dobbin read interesting Mr W. R Gray, Mr*. B. E. Ga"'J-=' ".' 1.I
paper on the coconut palm, 1U tin, Mrs. A. F Arthur, Mrs. '== 1
food and drink value and Its many Payne, Mrs. A. S. Darling, Mrs.', .
other wet.Mr H. S. Wolfe and Mr*. D. P Blake. 'j
Other present were: Mr J:. F \
*. R. J. Shepherd, the president = \
mad a talk on the rooting Bush, Mr*. R. E. Trotter,Mra Paul I :
,of cutting and the best treatment Haley, Mr*. E. L. Nelson, Mrs. J. I
,of cut flower Mrs O o. E. Deuel R. Hickaon and Mrs S. J. Bush
read a paper on conservation In Mrs Paul Winter and Miss Virginia
Florida. I Bush, visitor \

'I, MH Ceo E Reed gave a* areading
an original poem, "Our I WOMAN'S CLUB TO SERVE I E ;
Garden Club" and other number LUNCH TO GARDEN CLUB '
.,.,,' Approval of the Interesting programs Member of the South Dade I [, L"
the club has been havingwas Garden Club will be guests of
expressed by the member Woman's Club of Homestead th.1
".Announcement wa made that Mrs potluck: luncheon and .
,Reed and Mr. Deuel will b* hoitcines -' Tuesday in the Woman' a, THE "PARKAWAY"Above "THE RITZ"Abne
,\ to the club on Feb. 1 at the building The luncheon will be
I This distinctive high front The graceful lines of this all
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home of Mr*. Reed. served at 12 o'clock and the program -I
t" Other of the 29 present besides: will follow gore pump in all white kid can be worn white, kid two-strap Is very attracth e

those named, were: Mr*. J. B. Tyler I Mr*. W D. Bishop and Mrs. N.I on so many important occasions. Htghi' r{ .' in this model.. Open throat style,
Mrs Wm. E. Birdsey, Mr*. H.': G Ball are hostesses for the 5' covered dress heel. y buckles on side. Cohered heel.
Mr Lucy Clinton, Mr u
Ruagg =: "
;f?W. Freeman, Mr*.II. J. Derbyahlrei <-: MIL.AND MRS; BEVO' daY'1 3'i 'Sizes: AAA, to d 1 ..*' :;,398 '*, Sizes: AA to C 3.98
Mr*. R. p. Desmond, Mrs. ENTERTAIN BKIDOr ELI
H. F Potter Mr*. C. L. Stone, Mr. I
1>. B. Snow, Mr*. R M Barnes, Three table of bridge were in
,Mrs Annie Butler, Mrs. W. D., play when the Neighborhood Club II
Bishop; Mrs. D. W, Shetaline, Mr*. met'at the home of Mrs and Mm. : THE "SAMOSET'
Bevo Webb Tuesday night Mr' I _
Grace Smith, Mr* H. C Reed
';,Mr, N O. Ball Mr*. HoUister and Mra. T J. Faust won the high Left: a tan and white spectator sports
,Sagas Mr*. Flora Compton, Mr. core prizes and Mr*. L B. Som-| broad strap combine for smartness
Harry Wolfe, Mr. H. J. Broelntt,' men and H. P. McDaniel, the low
| X. M. Frosler Mr. Wm. Dun. Those present were: Mr. and'== i In 1937 "Outdoor" erenU. Solid leather -
Mr*. Elberta Bule and Mrs A. Mr*. W E. Rheney, Mr. and : :1) Doulevard heel
: LeeH, Lehman, Mr, and, :: Slues:, AA to V.... ... ...,
rMre. Sommeraj Mr and, Mr, Faust. "Hh'......., ," 3a98
: : AUXILIARY I Mr. and Mrs. McDaniel and the ==

WITH MRS. BURR host and hoateu.PUPIIBTO'OVE. =1,
The Presbyterian Woman' Auxiliary 31
f, met at the home of Mrs. R. : RECTTAO =
Y Burr in Gould Wednesday afternoon AT rrrzpATRJCK HOME Fitz-I I 2 THE,"IMEELA"'
i and discussed plan fort A group of Annie Mayhew
wring a luncheon at the J. M. Patrick1.mujle' pupil*'will A flattering,round short'ramp styled
,,Holferty home in South Allapattah; recital at her home Saturday FItZ-1 2 bow :is,increasingly importantfor
Oardaiu- Feb 4 for a potato: noon at 3'30 o'clock pump
== resort wean White feraede with

Western T-Bone Steak Dinner tOo Chicken Dinner J5o 2 tan kid trim High covered drew heel.

,, Regular Dinner No Vegetable Plato 300 Sizes: AA ----3'.98
Alt'Kind* of Home-made Sandwich _

d, Green Lantern: REstaurant' I I



3 This tan and white, spectator sportstie

Consider Well These Questions, E Is styled for track-side comfort.

Solid leather Boulevard heel. White ,
== In suede and tan calf trim.

yourfertilizer made with full acknowledgment Sizes: AA to C 3.98

of your local soil conditions? 2 -

Does,it' carry aj balanced'blend' 01 the'quality
) This captivating all-while kid punch
producing secondary elements so vita] to healthy
( _, ed T-strap sandal Is wry smart with'

, j plant'growth?, I Bdaytime frock1\) "Arch.Bracer",and 1

3' coveredCuban! heeL
Does itrgiveryoutheuniform feeding action and, 5' Sizes: AAA to C 3 98'g'
t I "
. i long lasting propertiea that you rightfully,expect T I

!!, Does it aid attracting worms and insects to ; THEBRENDA"

the plant and encourage diseases by its own shortcomings I e furl''+
..,,yY. ,. Lefts a practical styled all-white
i. it made free from putrifactive mat.. ,
or S. punched kid' eyelet' tier that'' accent

ter and'rich fn natural organics, carrying repellant f clean cut'' smartness "Arch- Bracer

', properties that aid in:keeping down insect1 1 1and'disease' ...... y =;:.; r udeowrtd'Cubu) heel.,
t Sizes: AA'A'\ to'C "_""UU 3.98


These are the features of SOILADE.SOILADE .

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Phone H H.mesU.., Florida. 8. ruder Aver ,i'' Saturday .:1.10 t Of Y n.. I4: O I{ "C. the OrfrleMI f

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MRS. MURPHY REVIEWSDEMON'TunON enrolled In 327 clubs and there
;" SOCIAL EVENTS CLUB AIMS are 8711 girls In the organization,
SCHOOL NEWS -.......-....-.."-..., ...... Mn Nellie Murphy reviewedthe she said.
t 25-year history of home demonstration -
MRS. GODWIN ELECTED Present at the meeting were
I : W. C. DISTRICT PRESIDENT work in Florida at the Mrs. Kate May Dane, Mrs. I A.
.: NEIXA SAULS, School EAlter
'" ,.........._..____.__.__....__.nn...m._..__' Mn Ruth Oodwln of Homestead Redland meeting Home yesterday DemonstrationClub afternoon. Carter Mn A. W. January Mrs.
; ; was elected Woodmen Circle Wayne Calkins Mrs! Ceo W.
Tuesday morning aseembly class Is studying "The People of district president at a meeting heldIn It was organized, the ..Id. to help Turner, Jr, Miss Eitelle: Turner,
j the Rev. A. A. Koeitllne Introduced -I I I the Desert." __ I Miami Tuesday night when people help themselves by using Mrs A. E. Barnes Mrs. J Porte,
the speaker of the morning. Mr. second Is Bougalnvlllea Grove was the host- supplies at hand and by developing Mrs, F. W. Stillman Mrs. Ceo E.
Mn Tburman grade
I lulck,. a world known artist i their resources, and ih... Deuel, Mrs. H. J. Armstrong. Mrs
J en group. The district extends
working on an Indian unit and,
I and entertainer .. mide rural homes more
making Indian dolls and clothing'I form Vero Beach to Homestead J D. Wysong, Mrs. M' J. Brock
Wednesday morning, Mr. l eli more comfortable more convenient hoff Mn C. T. Jarman Mn. .
I \las well as learning poems and' Other from Homestead who attended E
i r reading itorlesMn I'I the meeting were Mrs. W. and more beautiful P. Whitworth, Mn Chat Lair
( lerher of Coral Gables showed the I D. Coker and Mri J. T. Martin. Florida now has 8141 women and Mn Emilie Schlegel
t student body* a series of motion Edwards class Is sorry'I I I I
: picture reels which were made by''I that Geraldine Stuardl has had'! LEGION AUXILIARY
Ace Williams who baa traveled 'Ito be out of school for the past' !
around the world and ha taker week because of Illness ,, TO SERVE SUPPER '
Washing Polishing
'. i, Plans for serving supper at the
pictures of bread-making In many I IIIh'f'n 1
i Jacksoil'stI..1 wnJ meeting of the men of the Redland
Mill grade
lands that
Anyone desire pictureof
thorough health I District churches at the American -; Called For and Delivered
Ace Wllliami obtain R exam-
can one by
Legion hull on Jan 28 were
| inntion Monday by Mrs Nesbit.
writing to the Fuchs Baking Co.
>I made. it the meeting of the American -
In South Miami. I I The kindergarten class has three|| Legion Auxiliary In the hallWednesday I BUD'S SERVICE STATION
i new pupils enrolled this I week night
i iI
The senior clou is sorry to love! Mary Elizabeth" Adam of Redlund: Those who will assist nt the supper -
Curolee Done who has withdrawn and Virginia Nixon and John Gardener are Mrs. L. P. Kendrick Mis SUNOCO PRODUCTSNorth
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: from school of Washington' DC Martha' Frank Schneider, Mrs Harold '
Krome at Fifth Homestead Fix
I June Lindsay 11 till I absent as she Sheffield, Mrs. Wm J Geronimo,
Leola Little and Maybelle OJ>b*I has been von 111 but is much improved Mm Orlander Mrs Fred Redd and i
\ were visitors In school two days I Miss Ruth Fox
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1. The 8th grade English clan baa
( been writing themes on "citizen PUT BLUE SUNOCO I
ship" for drill in the. formation of ,
( sentences. Mr. Blackburn has
: offered as drat prize for the beat
: theme two tickets to the school
play, "The Family Upstairs" Second
; prize Is one ticket :

.: '; The first year-Latin pupils have I ON THE SPOT. : "

been writing original Latin stories left out the blue ,color
which proved to be very good

.N t had Mn a half Fields holiday home last room Friday pupils. i and called it a "mystery gas' ;

:;} Since this Is review week, the

t'"' Inf high their school notes art classes on terminology are review ham. z then matched it against 54 others

!S color, color theory. and types of
color schemes The pupils have
been making color wheels and made
gasolines in tests hy motorists
t .... '\studying shades and finial ot color

'.... ,,
.1'1 *
i The new pupils in the elementary '

t j ."t \ Eloise grades Howell this week Ruth are:Sackett.third grade Mil-, in 14 cities and

di4 Ferryman; second grade
l Lit rinse Lance Billy Du BonoOWloi !

I I Martin '

t Smce Mn Webbs pupils bHiWfeet ,-, 95010. .
days and will has I' .,
j' hill twUday Friday, they an going -
'I : fe gel to the monkey Jungle
:! 1 during the afternoon. This class
Is very sorry to lose Jimmy Mat
1 I tin w has moved to Orlando: thai it bsitsJi
t. The pupils have completed the airport gcw.Q
\ project which they have been I
t 1 working on for some time.
I I i iI
Mrs. Fifieldl room has elected,
'J a new health Inspection doctor for 1 I GAS" ;f
it I. this week He Is no other than'' BOW T1tt ''MYsttlY than the.
Ray his
\ Andrews and assistant Is i
,\ Gerald Andrews. The class has1, TOTS VIWE MADE
''I finished booklets on "The Chang.Ing I Iekd
Earth" for the Dade County i'd'r -ICII CorJIOI':::

I Tropical Fair sit-:- > .,iddr wt>.:: gasolines they had been using !

The pupils In Miss Doney'i room ,taws to-IriWIe\beII---""IF cwt Carl,TIIIo I t
celebrated the birthdays of Oliver '
Saunders. Billy Jacobs, and Anne aagot'- ,pater.Mw. so40.k d .eat Think cJM..1160 owl .f 1214 motorists who ?I
:. Rhaney to? drawing boxes on the doe blue'aped satw With w v.I:the this.ol-t'bred, a.d tested the "myslerr VOl" (Blue Sunoco) In QUI 5'ION N AIR I :

., J ; select blackboard a wkh and to write having on each the boxes row :.Was stw sew..= ::....n.tsrutw.rt their own cars proved It iarleoT quicker .
;h; : ,as i birthday gift The pupils have asisSu; :.. ,wart r"'aee a lie than the gasoline they had been using! Compared to the gasoline

completed the Igloo booklets about _,mss, ,._ "1,406,10...w Men' loot'\IeI& Here'. the IcdiecL overeat lost ever devised you dove been using I .
f" ( the Eskimos: In geography the this6 sewo ... did
.tyW bet-
bow.s e".vwtO "...tewst -and here's proof that when you want you
t:, 0.;:IbIa '..,....00,e r 1M ....., ure-fir starting this winter.Blue Sunoco Is)
f Turner's Funeral Home Blue labOr atodsd0.ps__ ILa.\b.aIIIy' 'SaybollA,whore as nailed the motor fuel to buy. ((1)) quicker starting? 87?ll

244-hill, AMBULANCE SERVICE __.:;;- -.. ., 0,. ..,4"oIaI Est"- p silt ..... oncall IYU'fDfG

lady Attendant :: av, p aws :-: ,Us 1. elll' calf ..... BRTIX UL-UIOVND PtlirOluMJUICI (121 fatter pickup? 80 Ythels /. .
e.prq..tau.ee wises....!_WM e..is M4 wish she
Phone 114 R UomMtead. r.... f uViM lh.f b4 W.. ....i.*
r ((3)) more ft) %
.. People like yourself driving practically won hills? / "I "
every make of car,proved that Blue Sunoco

bettered the performance of their can.gave ((4)) better all-around %
r them quicker starting than a total el 54 other performance 7JTHF
ONLYMONKEY gasolines. 11 of them being extra priced.
Y Surely this Is convincing
i JUNGLE evidence that Blue SunocoIs
IN TIME U.S. today's outstanding: motor s

''I fuel at any price and li I11FIl
1I.lnlla DrIft west sells at regular price
i 01 ADMISSION NaraaJa Read 1" Test U in your ownxar and It 13 C

lei It PROVE Us superiority w,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,
{ a rust we so oar pause fur_...

.tae em sears of ease.....tae-- _serer__c..,......H._ -.Ip or IN _e.a s n-d..f...
Want Ads Pay-Try Them ll J ...... ...., as,*or"sr'Wasp it n..1b.a./.+,........../.Mr

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. Friday, January 22, 1937 THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Page Eleven ; It

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I'MO 1t (
1. SERMON TOPICS i!1 ISo.... ROI N. Mil

................. ........................................" :GROVE .MARY NOTICE M AVKRY 18 KRKHY holdir OIVIM of ..... that and CUSSIFIEDAIB.r i :'

. I Courts 0IItIfI08. .... am -.J
: ).Ills! BAPTIST CHURCH 1 THEATRE Md.... Inks .v=-- I ..""" t
4 "' Jay tl A.Morning M. Vivien sermon: i COCONUT GROVE I nami tax II a WI dead 40 A'Itrathw bb o-.r.; .;: i RATE First Insertion lot a line: subsequent Insertions I { .J
I. Rev
py sou Cerltflrttpflrraptt "' '" : J a lint
, evening sermon by the Rev. I Show 1 and I Admission IV : 4wcrlh. ; a tae ONMtllew.op t ,

Jack Burkhalter of West Fla*. Matinee Sat and Bun.. SOo 'DaoV Hiatt of FloridaKH pRsitNN

h ler Park Baptist Church who 1 $ to .p.m. 1 tattlon oMCU 14, Township of n Bonn, luimfS % iii FOR RENT FOR SALE 6 room IGIIat J JI

II I exchanging pulpit with I BOH. OMUantlM I AM Pjata ** I I I Mx75 foot lot, .08-0M black ,
I baa. la th* Oaaaty tl Dnda Bate at
Sun- Mon., Jay 14 .5 '
Florida from Homestead business. ar_
the petor. TO RENT Furnished homereMonabh .
Jan. *7 Prayer meeting WARNER BAXTER I TIle assessment if MM ........- ..taMM .I ) rent. Mrs Barber Uon; 18 gauge L. C. Smith 1
6r i MM eartmaata .. ... was In UM MUM {
ahject: "The Providence of JUNE LANG ( sit M. 1' r. OORPOnloM Avocado drive at Seaboard Rail i double barrel ahot gun tW 1

( ed." I Mid Mrtiflcau dull W ntmm road. (pfSJ) Winchester 30-30 rifle, $li; two .,
la i lad law, UM property duarlh I 1 \
1 -.sli' wheeled trailer good tree and ?
t M that**! to MM to UM hloat hid I
. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE "WHITE HUNTER" *T M hi ::' .- door M Uu fir*t TO RENT Three beautiful tube, $16.' No middle man A. '
1 Jay II Lesson-sermon I Similar In month of Fohrunnr, IMIwhir 1 i 1
U the IM day of ............ Mot well-ventilated steeping rooms O. Cain Homestead, Fla (JMtf ':
f topic: "Troth. I I I Dated this MUl dar of Danoihw. ISM I Private swimming pool. Mr*. J. \

Tue*.. Wed.. Ja... 26. 11 I K. B. LBATHKIMAN. 1 L. Dullard Avocado drive. NATUROL GAS Cooking and ;:
HOMESTEAD METHODIST Cant a circus Court,
Morning I CLIVE BROOK I Pi.:Cv atT, Florida I fMM) water heating. Virgil D. Lyon .
tl menage:
Jay 1
Circuit Court 8..lBy HomesuMid. )
"I* Heathenism Practiced In I HELEN VINSON N. C 8TBRRRTT: D. C I _
1 Churches Could (Jan I. II, II. M TO RENT Couple can have QM

Homestead crime committed under I In pent foe boafdtoi wrier:,. Mfri. FOR SALE Petunia plant lie i i

I a vile "LOVE IN EXILE" NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOB TAXD' : em hoe with ]| **. dot Josephine R. Pratt. MM N. .. .
one code of ethic be recopl.1 .- I t&utW.
: K lit t
1 ed.* an act of virtue under I i 11I t ." rim D.N ill Apply W. H. ft her ave. (tiN) j
1 NOTICE IS HEREBY .IVKN shot l drive Redland. (pj 29)) I IFOR
f Mother cadet Wild doctrine WINTER D. NORTH MABEL E II SALE House plastetvd, i !

\ of heathenism has fastened It. Thurs.. Fri. Jin. W, 29 NORTH hli wife. hidden of slate huwUM and! FoR RENT-Furnished apartment I i electricity fruit taAReaaoa. \ '
County Tai Certificate No. lt4
Bell In the heart of the church WILLIAM GAEGAN 7th day of July. A. D. IM*. have tiled all convenience, reasonable able Joe Dei, N. Broadway t :

! today to the average church I' In mne for In my a tan offfcr dm. and to taw IM Issued mad tharon appkon.lion .. \ rental. Tenant by year pre- I Florida CityTEDICREED (Pill) 1

member accept It a* from the I aid Crrtlfteau sub,... the folwwlni. ferred. Mr*. Eva Collins Federal I
Bible Itself T Why are church "Alibi for Murder"Jan. described property In tin County of Dade. I highway and Biscay drive. Silver Persian kitten -

.. members lost The above Sint.Lot of t rinrMi, Block.I to-wlt. Tmntaml: Grown No. *. Mr*. J. T. Lewis, Fining I

i o question will be answered In I I. a ....-........... Flat Book 10. Pun 44, FOR: SALE I Station Kedland rd., Hamlin i .
i iI morning II.... St In UK Carroty tf Dade. Vista ol riorU. 1 \
iI the Sunday message. dr.
I I Tho MMranont of said prop,. antler (Pf i')
Special music by choir uder I KEN, MAYNARD UM -M r> tifoale based wu ll UM "">nM FOR SALE Pigeons, buff and I __
direction of Irving Lyon la sit UNKNOWNUnion I' blue 40 pain for $20.00. H. N. FOR SALE Chayote 75c a j
I I said MftlflMto shoo W
Evening message "What .d nooordln, to .... UM propntr describe Pancoatt, Robert rd, N. of I dox.; Chinese spinach Sc lb-[

I Tine I* It by God' Clock?" "Avenging Waters"LEGAL Ml. thoivlii will W Sold la tin klKlMil bidder Avocado dr. (pfS I I tree spinach ISo lb.; lemor.i .Jo
.t the Courthouse door an the tine Monday 1 1
y Special innate A 011- I II. .... month of. February. IMT. wkKkUM m dot; okra, market price; canvas
I lot day of r....-... I'll. FOR SALE Thoroughbred male j jell". Mr*. Geo. W. !Coae!, Sr.,
OME8TEAD-NAZARENE: : NOTICE DOW thin lard tn of D-spepter. 1114.C. police: pups Perfect condition
B. riummer Dr and Redland Rd.
Jay tl Evening topic I Ort LEATHKRMAN.of Clnolt Court Very reasonable r. Lardon I

"Seven Women Shall Take NOTICE: OF APPLICATION FOB TAI Dade Oou. 7. Florida. Richard road ind Waldln 'drive, FOR
..... SALE-Ripe orange, Inn-
DEED Clmlt Court Homestead Fla. ,
Hold of One Man (pJ22)
NOTICI HEREBY GIVEN that Richard By N. e. ITERII.".. D 0rm i gcrlnei. grapefruit, fryer, .gg*,
( tl IMI. j... 1. s, it, it, IMTI)
Jr. bower aoiliiuv af City
r"U.., .. PRESBYTERIAN I Miami orison Tai Certificates aa Numbered .i1 j 1 FOR SALE Feed store Last Dr. Shanklin Grove, tt mil

: Jay tl ""!' Morning worship: I and M1S4, dated the 4tk day of ...... NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX year' turn-over 23000. Average I welt of Florida City. ,o30U)

I t' ."The Meaning of Christ'sDeath A:: D. 1114, ku filed Mid Certificates In UF.EUnrnaU I profit 15%. For full particulars I
nty affloa and kaa made appltoatkra foe ( Bill Na.' IU) R. L RED FRYERS-Live or drew-
; evening worship: thirdAndy tat dad U kvua Diocese In norordanra I NOTICE 18 HEREBY tit YEN that so* Scherr Feed and Supply -
8 In stewardship '. with 1av laid Orrtirioataa oaikmoa the R. V. RICHARDS. holder of star and | Store. (J22tf) I ed. Free delivery in city. Phone
fallovlnr. described. property. situated Inbad. h.uodUM
Count Tn Certificate No. TW71 I I 83S-M McEwen Poultry Plant
fRlNCETONmTIIODIST County Florida to-vlt: 7th day of A u..... A. D. .*... h.. FOR SALE Finest quality poultry .
Lot I. Block '0. North West Seventh filed In allies, and kai mada application '
Jay tl Th Rev. S. A. I I Annuo Addition. Plat Hook T. Pin II. some for a my tat dead to ... ....... thy*, I| ; product, live or dressed. W.'B. GUAVA JUICE: ft per gallon.
In the City of Miami. County of Dada, .
wihraoM the
on BaM Certificate Cave, 107 N. E. First avenue. Jungle Grove Redland.
Cowan of Atlanta will speak I Bur of Florida a> embraced In Cartirieato lowing dMHbd. property h the Oauity
at both morning and evening No. IIItT The swimming of Dada, state af Florida towltiH (pinch S)
services of Mid nroiMrtr under the saw CvrUflMla .- \* II, Block I, Th. Plow, a Sufcdn, FOR SALE Guavas, Sc lb., onlyin
services'win .. caned woo In UM some of U.kGow. Plot Book t. Pan 71 In th. Countyof FOR SALE-Shetland pony andsaddle. small quantltlei Jungle

Evangelistic Lot 14. Block' It, North Wait .....th Dodo state af of FlorIda.Mid property motor M. A. Berger, .Homeotead. Grove Redland
"nUut through) the week with, Avenue Addition. Plot Book 7. Pas Th oaaai.in.nl II I ,
I -
services each night at 7:30. I la In the City of MlsmCounty, of oft the I j'o"sr" N.jrN'Hr.:0: I[ (J I tf) I II
Dada. Bur of Florida. M ombraordIn I hall'W istlsemda.aordlne CARISSAS, 10 qt. CUTTINOS ..
Public cordially Invited Je at CortUlMto No. II1S4. Tko MIOII Unions MM MrtlllMU dMCTllMdthnvln : I| FOR SALE!: Citron fresh or pre- I
to lav. the property I and SMALL PLANTS for sail.Mr .
of MM under the Mid
tend wont property hlabort" klooaf served.
will ka auld to the Tropical tomato mincemeat
Certificate Issued woo I. the ..... of dew tk Inrt Mon. I I| *. Geo. W. Kosel. Jungle
I at this CmrthoaM on *
U.k...... I..,. whlakk I| and sandwich filling tI
of February
SILVER PALM METHODIST kt day In use month Grove, Redland road and Plum-
VnhM Mid Certificates ihlll rMoom.aorordlmi
the lit day of February. IMT i I oz. SOc; pint 3Sc Calamondln In
Jan tl *- Guest speaker for ad to law. tan deed will tan Dead this lard day of _..... till I
the morning service wilt be thonon on the llrd day of February, A. K. B. LKATHERMAN.!: '| small Iota JOc qt Mr*. Geo. W. GLADIOLUS BULBS Ptcardy,

Rev. J. W. Porte. lull Dated this tdtk day ot Jtauarr. A. Clerk Dada of c.u.Circuit.. Court.Florida. Koael, Jungle Grove.MANGOCHOTNEY I the most spectacular end most

f Young people1 service{It *". D'j' Clrauh Court *>.alDaa. lo I beautiful gladiolus ever produced. -
11:. B. LEATBERMAK. .. an e" or
11 p. .... pictures of life of Christ. Clark of Circuit Court ( II. Hill"Jan.. C.t, S IlTERR., ... II,"INT"D. 0. I ISo a pint. Jungle Grove.I ,I Flesh to salmon pink color

Evangelistic service at Prince Circuit Court "'.1. Dad County, norld.1 I Vigorous grower and well adapted

ion, I By N. 0. STERRXlT. D. C.Jan. NOTICE FOR SALE-Wheel chair Good to Florida condition Highest -

__ I ( it. 19, Feb. S: I!. 191_; Pursuant to the pmbloiM. nf ...... i I! condition. 2000. J. Gram quality bulb, large UM tl.M
< I Act of I.... ..t'", .labrrobr
NOTICE al n.br Tk Fleet National Bank ; Plummer dr, near Kromt ave per 100, medium size $1.50 per

TRUTH All cradltora of J. J. MrLandon anhonor of HoniMtMdT I* the lltr of HomMtoadBut. (PJ 22)) I 110 postpaid. Order for shipment -
Jan. tl notified lo mall their kill to J. U the liability Imposed
i Healing by Dr. I of Florida hat
., Carl OF'I I Dixon 1Aa... Oa-, by January IIJ upon the holders of .ha... of !its _mo. I by express not prepaid,
Hobson and lecture FOR .6 motor boat
M DIXON. Hock by the provuloaa of action till large size, fl.80 per 100 medium '
L Wm. Anderson Mr*. (Jan I*, III U. *. Revised. .,.,-. *. anwnord and motor. Airport Garage (J22) hundred. No order
el Miami atotHM SI of UM Federal. H iar.i Ant .. size $1.10 per
will answer your IN THE CIRCUIT' rOWT OF Till amended shall MM oa July I. lin LEGAL accepted for less than $2. Special
\ .written questions.r I Ir KLKVKNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT' Or By Ardor of thi Bart nf Dlractun. NOTICES
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE CO UN- J. I. HeUCNDON.: Cuhwr" I prices per 1000. E. T. Draper

DPEDRoast. MIAMI. a municipal rrpoatlon ermanlaed I Hill. Na. 1111 I 41055.FRANC.ta.
( ltl 1 mad "I-tins ander the lawm of the State NOTICE II HEREBY: !; GIVEN THAT: .MelVSR, Plaintiff 5e. ID- I
.. MR. B. W. MORRIS no longer
NOTICE: 1* HEREBY OIVBK THAT I I of Florida I. H. MoCARTHY and If 1 OAINCO. lac., holdof of llato and County WARD i. 11,1 V ItR. Defendant
OAINCO. Inr holder of lute and County I r.aiUT WEBB MCCARTHY Tax Ortlflrat, No (194 kvttrd the Tth I I BILL FOR DIVORCE connected with my office. H. A.
Too Crtlflcau No. Mil touod use Ilk day I I ; f WATCHER. and].dar of Aerate A. B I.... hM file Mow-I II appmrlni. ky affMarH appended to Cameron. (Q15r)
'"f July A. D. lose hM IHt same In.my bar knmhand C. I. HATCHFR l-f ndanuORDRR In my off In. and bin made .* for' tho kill filed In tk. ...... stated Mian that
k"r hM ma.1. application for tax I FOR PUBLICATIONIt a tu dad to ba Issued th.ro>n. laid Can I(EDWARD: J. MclVEH. the Defendant
d*> a. Uauod thoraoa laid Cortlfbnl* rue from nffUa.lt/ filed In tlfuMt sentiment UM following described I I,tar..n nnnml N a non-mloVnt of the VISIT SUNNYSJDE! Redland
inkraoM the the show ..titled MUM that tk* nokknMa .. state of of and his W Palm drive.
foll.wln. described So one t7 ea. of tlada" I Platt Florida vaiwVaoi na.knovn. Road near Coconut
In DAs C ,ln-wlt, V married MrCARTHY, lot II, Block U. Coral Gable *M- out* of rktrMa the ....... of subpoena Chicken, steak, spaghetti
J.at'''L Block' II. Coral G.klM. *M. box wife> la nnknown and that there la aopno Ion L. R.' .d. (. ... Plat Book I anon wham would kind each I>. ..*... and *. Home. mad Joe cream
1w; Plat .Book .. ,... M.1. the OounkDarf / In the state of Florida the I. P.n HI. In don County of Dad.. I that beI.. war the eve of Awaup.onAFears. cake pie. (pj) 29)
of .. Btafd. of ttnflAmTh. tt n subpoena anon whom would kind sold Itato of FlorWa It to UwrWorf ordorod that said ,
..w.mon of 'Uld' peapenr under Dot.......... and that they nf* each ovUM of Mid property nadorj non-naloVnt Defendant k* anil h* to n.1*.
rid ....ifl... ...... w- tae memo as* of ,.....-*.* ...... i.ieR* larval ism In the same 1 i hr rewired to appear to the Rill of Cove PIANO TUNING *nw repairing.
d It Is therefore Ordond that Mid Do.foadanln : ..
UNKNOWN plaint filed In Mid MUM or before Good used for sal cheep.
VValMa. mid arrtlflMta, shall baa ka and they ace nnnr MqulndappMr Unless Mid orrtlflrato .kail ka :1! .."" ...?. the tint dar of ......... A. Piano
aonrdlnp to law, tie property dMcrlk.oj Ie to tko Hill of Complaint la the .d. Recording to lav. Iho property := IMT oOMrvaw The alkvaUona. of Mid IN! W. E. Koon. 119 N. W Sri St
thmln will ba aold to UM highest bidder above .otltl d rew pa of the Rule Day *d I....... win' to sold to tho highest bidder 1 will ko takes m aonftoard ky Mid ,
a the Cosr4h" door on the first Hun. Februaw, twwit. February let, A. 0. at tko Ourt-houM dew oa the fiat Monday fondant. ,
day ta tho amtk af March, UI7. whtoh I :otlwrvlM alWvatloni of sir Rill' In the moth of March, IMT. whkhlto I It that thin order k* I WANTED
Is the 1.. ...." ot Mank. IMI a-t. = W takes M Mnfonwl the 1.1 day af March. ISITDatd "': ..U."f fan aoa.e.ntlw
Dated SAID. lath of January, 1MT.K. 1 Mid drf .. this lltk day of January, IMT.K. I wok In tk* LEAUtCR-UlTEkPRiaiC: a WANTED To keep house for
H 'A I It U farther Ordered tkat tie anUr br B. LtATHKHblAM.Ckvk newspaper published In Mid Coanty .. '
Clerk of Circuit Court. published 0." n work for four eoiMMUtlrtwwka of Ctown Coart !I UW. 'j' elderly gentUman for board
eo...,. rl.lda, I In TH* LMoVr-EntoivrlM, a awi- Dada Count Florida.Climtt Thin. lido DooHnh' r. IMIB Address Box K, Leader-Enter.
Circuit Court S.W.Dad. paper of MMral .Imitation In Dade CoshIF Court (MlBr II IFATHERMAN.
My C. 'r D. C. i Florlda. N. O. ITERRtTT D. 0. .I I I CWrk of Clnolt Court prise.. (pjM)
Nil ;",'rl all !9: rob, 5l. r) Trl'uSn Hk day af DomnlMT. A. DIM (Jn" It H T*. rvh 5 l By F J. GOULD. DapMr CkrkSolicitor "
i *. i It'b"1t Cart Apply NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR TAX
Little Miss Helpful Ckrk of Clrnlt, Ooari.ICI. BEKD. I IBaaato for Plolaurf (anal* BIN N*. lost
Child (watching her mother 1 CL soul) ( Mill N* 1681 I Jan.. 1. I, II M. III'''i NOTICR II HERESY UIVFN that I
By M IWIFT. NOTICE I* H :RKBY GIVEN that I WILLIAM J. KtHU holiday af Blot fdCvantp
besting egg white with a rotary I .. namely Clark. af.MM Court WILLIAM J. KEHU kokbr of Bests and IN THB: CIRCUIT COURT or T..I I Ten OrtlfwaW N*. ISIM knnnltka
eq beater): "Mummle may I windUp Claud. M Barnoa, County T.. Certificate No IT1S issued I riHvr-rrit: jfinrtAL nmi iT INIANII I Mh day of AuaoM A. D. ISM, hai filed
tho..ua'-Ex. i Altornor for rlalntlfr. the lot day of A...... A. D. IMS .... filed 1 FOR HAD inilNTY. )MOM In my tlf..... nod kai mode applHaUon -
(Jan. I. I Jl. II. M) I MOM to my offU*. and bin *MO appltoa.Uon I IN CHANritMY. NO l* r.LOIIID.1! for a tag deed h> ka lowed thrivonaid .
for a tai deed to ka based tkillaa. SAMIIEL W. VORTIGKRN, P.leoif, e. I ( Certificate spokesman tha foUMrliHI;
Bald CortiricaW rmhraoi. the folknrlnsdoMrtbod kTHkb M. VORTIOhRN, IMfondnnl amassed propntf In tam empty of Dui
I pnio rtr la the County of B.., R state af Fbrlda. UU
elate of Florida ta-wtt- To ETHM. M. VORTIUERN (RoaMonarOnknavnt loose M*. Work I. flronwla Or< *MK.
Norge Ranges. tote 1 a I. Elect I. Omuan Cron* I .. I, ....... flat ..... I. ran
Refrigera..tors- II'I Ma. .. Pint nook to. Para IT. to the. Ya boll ....... muhwd M appear talha M In nV Oyaiy of Dada, Want of
Oovnty of Dada Blair of Florida.Tk 1 Bill af Coa.r4.lnt for 011_ fund FIooIoIo.
!I snowiness *f sold nroporay imlia aaalnM was hi .h." atytod rnaaa TIle __ of saw spolieft sr4gr
MID i Mm mid ....,,..... .._ was in The same the IM dar ot =- A. D IN, 'i I I'". sew o.rufbot issued was .. lito Mtn"
II' oft urr! FRANK H MALUNEVUnkva I WM* Min of Mid Hill. WIN .oft UNKNIIWMUnkva 'h"
I' Mid nrHflrnt shah k* lilinmlainnllns '"kM aa eastward 'M .. mat, onrtuloato hall k* nJlimrdoMrdhnr
Complete Stock of Small Electric Appliances I to .... In* property dinrikid I I Tula ..w I. be p.bibW tho I! lJr law/ the oraoMtr dmirtknl
: tkarotn will k. salt to the kldMM *MorM LEA DER &NTERPRISI d Homestead tunas W aoU lav tka klakiil wlvoVrat
I't I th* OatUMimi door *nIk* first Mnn.dar riw/4, few tour am-- I'I II' +I Yin Consomme duo oa the tint Mudnr >
to tta mouth of Etas.rr. INT. which I' Deal this. 141k dar of -...... A, D. hi She akMth J February, IMI, whxkth.
Is She M I.... .Is IN day '> February. too .
1 .J.EDLANDJ.PPUANCE listed ..:.71-Z-3''r loll J I' I. R. LEATHERMAN amid MB Ihd day ., Itamakn. ...... '
n .1 E. B. CMr.kAL ', d the (.wand. Own. ;.. a. LEATHKRMaN I
j Clerklr.l. I (4, O. nVnllMM Clark of Pnnmii Owl.Onda .
+tU Homestead Florida Cavalj, I ICI F1.rhla. nWTFT Danvt* Clork Coamp Vkwwa.ChwM .
Nt'llCresse Avenue
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; Par Twelve THE .LEADER--ENTERPRISE Friday, January. 2,'1937


'r liONS r

t (Continued-from PIe one). Pillsbury's EXCELL
I George ntapatetck, the Rev. Harley -
\ : I Con and George L. Swan Pancake Flour Q Soda Crackers
/ j Experience as lions and some G
j 1 of the Improvement that the ideals I

,f I't of were the related organization by .WB.Hi have wrought Owens, pkg. .__ u 10c lib.'pkg. --10c

Charles Pratt, Dr QatUn,
I i Mr.Davis,Mr. Core and Mr. Swan
in talks on "What Zionism Mean OVER-SEA EXCELL
i J to Me" .
Plain for the 1937 Lions con Peanut Butter "ifHI'.IJ] .
\ vention at Chicago In June, were Graham 'Crackers
outlined by Earle: L. Middleton,

.", pant Club.president There.of will the be Miami a motorcadeof Lions 2 lb. jar ___u 35c FRI. AND SAT SPECIALS lib.pkg. .....13c

Florida Don to the convention,
he said. The Ford Motor Co. has .
offered to furnish the Lions clubs :

of would Florida be -painted with40 In can the which Lloni' Chase ,Sanborn ;Coffee) I1b. pkg. 27c

colon with the word Florida, appearing .
f on each ride;Mr, Middleton -
i said
: Tentative offer have been made Black Mission ARGO

(i I fuel by a for gasoline the motorcade company: to to.furnish It was PEACHFS.No.:2: % ea n.... .. .._ 16c BISQUICK21bs.
'F I G S
} pointed out, the only expense delegates
'f would have would be for BULK pkg. -_.___._ ;5e '
)t : .. 25c '
accommodations. -- MEAL OR GRITS 5Jbs.:
.. . 19c
The Florida group Is expectedto
produce a spectacular show at FANCY, WHOLE GRAIN {For Stomach' Sake
the Chicago meeting, Mr. Middleton -

Lions said.will have The a Redland special District display D laldYprkacle RICE, '5 Ibs. __.___._ .. .. . .. '25c' Drink 7.UP
of their own. I '
KELLOGG'S bottle 15e .
Mrs Lewis Brandenburg sang qt. "-.'.'

"When"Mammy's Irish Eyes Little Are Coal Smiling"and Black qt. Jar __ ... 1ge CORNFLAKES, 2 pkgs. uh.. 15e (plus bottle deposit) ';

Rose" She was accompanied
'/ Mri.3 Redd who .
by D. also entertained
; with a piano solo, "WaltaImpromptu $ ,o5 '
Flour i
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t., II. II. S. ManuaTTrainlnjf bag .
Class Accorded Honor
The manual training department JERSEY BAKER'S OR IIERSIIEY'S
of Homestead High School has DEL-MONTE

I' signed a contract with the Mahogany COCOA, 1 lb. ,pkg. .,.. 15e
.j Association of America whereby Tomato Ketchup ---------- PRUNES '
.. its students are permitted to
ft'. attach the gold medal label of COOK'S
2 I
association to all mahogany ,2 Jg. bottles_ 25e PURE HONEY lb.pkg.19c .;
:> iture they produce in that th'l qt.,can __.. ._.. 2ge
s I ment, C. H. Rice, Instructor,
;} nounced this week. BULK
,S The association's gold medal Sun.CrartGeorgiaCane Super Suds, 3pkgs. .... .._..._._._ .25e
i it the mahogany which It is at-
SYRUP : Sugar
Ii. label guarantees the genulness of PEERLESS
Ii ; I tached. The Homestead school
1 which uses genuine mahogany native 2 gal. can .__ 35e IIARDWATER SOAP, 'bars _._ loci 4 lbs. .. ...':I 25e
; to Florida and the keys in
j I j the furniture made by its manual
n i training department, Is the only
:f I school in the United States that I .
I. s, has Mr.been Rice extended said. this recognition, ''I SUGAR bulk 5 Ibs. 27c

: The mahogany furniture turned ,
I out by the local manual trainingclan I
\ has attracted admiring com I
ment from nationally known mahogany '
!''I- experts 'I FANCY WESTERN Standard 'Quality

,\ I CHUCK ROAST, lb. 20e
\ Yellow Onions -- ---- -- Corn or PeasSWIFT'S

.;\ Announcement 3lb s. __ ._..._ 11 c GEORGIA N o. 2 cans.... .10 e

i On Feb.26,the Home PEANUT ROLLS,1b. .._._ ______ 37c
stead Dry Cleaners will
Selected BRANDED WESTERN ''Golden Ripe
move from W. Mowry

w street to the Fredericks I II I Ir Sweet Potatoes ROUND STEAK, lb. ___u. .. 27e BANANAS

r, !I, Krome building:avenue.on North i I I':' .5 lbs. .. ..._.. 1ge JEWEL LARD, 4 lb. pkg. ____.._. 5ge 31bs. ..._.__. 13c

(,! give We the will same continue efficient to I''' MILK brand 3 tall cans 22c. :

service as In the past any. ,
; and win appreciate your I

continued patronage. : .
Country'Roll DAISY .. iijI; } Country noD

'H017ESTEADDRYCLEANERS I BUTTER CHEESE,.lb. n____..__... __.__ 27e Sausage Meat

t \ SELECTED Jlb. .
------.-.- 3ge RIB BEEF STEW 2 Ibs. 25c perlb.25c
I ... ___a
DavU.. Fredericks. Prop

r Swift's HamsFRYERS, lb. .- ..-..---.'..-- .35e BANQUET
Our Perfect Optometric Picnic Sliced'Bacon ...

,Service Will Fresh Shipment Standards, qt. ........ 59c

lb. .. ___ .u. 28e OYSTERS Extra Selects, qt..75e lb. ......... 3SeSELECTED
I II!" I'H' I:

Dr. Neuenschwander !

OPTOMETRISTS Dr.B. Gonzalez ,III] 10 lbs 35cr

none I-IWT !
Venetian Arcade MUmlj J


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