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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: February 12, 1937
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
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(VOLUME XXV-NUMBER 7 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING, FEB. 12,1937 PRICE FIVE ClM3Mi

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I I Ministerial Groups Former City Attorney I'
SCOUTS TAKE RAIN AND COOL1ATHERPUT COUNTY TO AID
I Seek County Dry LawCountywide ,I Wins Suit_AjrainsfCity ,

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and eventually i Tae: city: of Homestead was ordered

REINS OF CITYAT4P1TODAY ,ite-wide prohibition will bof I, i to pay $511 In past due bond ''IN REPAIRINGOF
''II uAht by a Joint eornmittte from I interest coupons to the City Bonding -

i the Redland District and the Greater I I Co. in a pre-emptory writ of I
Miami Ministerial association mandamus issued Thursday of last
;
The Rev. A. A. Koestline, president I LIFE IN CROPS week by Judge H. F Atkinson ui swml POOL
of the Kedland District ,I Dade County circuit court Ths>
isterial Association: Mln-I order was served on the city officials i

X letter yesterday from tile here Friday by Erne P.:
I Miami Ministerial Association I Roberts, former city attorney of i
Boor of Rule to Acquaint ing that a committee had been appointed Ground Can Absorb Plen Homestead who represented the I Redd and Civic Committeeto

/ Boys With Taste of to work Jointly with the ty Of Water Without suing bondholder. I'' Hear Patching
Redland District group on such The suit had been pending since
Government II e project. Endangering Crops last November warn an alternative Plans Tonight
A joint meeting of the committee writ of mandamus was servedon :
'I -
I I will be held next week, Mr. the city. The money, set aetde:
TROOP PICKS MAYOR Koestline said HALTED DIGGING OF by court order tor payment In RUE HOPES TO START

:AND COUNCILMEN 1 i SPUDS TO HELP PRICE: event the city lost, was paid to Mr. WORK BY NEXT WEEK
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I Roberts with $18 additional for,
FINAL SPEAKINGCONTESTS court COIta.MORE. :
Police' and Fire Depart- I Too Many Going to Marketat i iII I Councilman Finds Leaky

Amenta Plan Most SET One Time, Says 1 TROPHIES Slabs Soft as Mud
II
Activity I County Agent Under Surface

*..*, .- FORVEDNESDAYPreJiminaWinners\ I ANNOUNCED FORFAIRINREDLAND .::.,.....

From*feus,,to live o'clock: this I The heavy showers and steady County aid In repairing the

I afternoon Homestead Boy Scouts I driBle of the past few days will Homestead tnunftipal swimmingpool

will true the';city: of Homestead Man to have beneficial result on crop,! I WM promised this week.

: educational, feature in the observance Vie for Higher W. C. it was laid here yesterday. 1 County (Commissioner J D. Redd'

\ of. national Boy Scout T. U. AwardsAt I James Sottile, Sr., whose system, Begin Preparing Ground I announced Wednesday Mr Redd

Week. I of drainage and irrigation ditches for Big Exhibition will meet with the general pool

Tbt! Scouts elected their mayor Joint meeting of the I on the East Glade give I comprehensive -! Tents, I committee at T:10 tonight in the
churches of the district in the First
t and(council at the regular troop picture of th*. height of chamber of commerce rooms to
Wed- Baptist Church Wednesday evenIng the water table, said the ground -Five silver trophies were announced heir Councilman Frank B. Rue
Tuesday night, and 7 Intermediateand
meeting it 10 the final
: I
could absorb I
i a lot more water then this week a* among
ne 9ay afternoon tha mayor and junior temperance contests has fallen without any harm to award to be given for exhibit In give tentative plan and estimatesfor
will be held InC W. C. T. U. medals replacing damaged portion .f
tall with and that Fair
council met In the city crop, the rain that fell the Dade County Tropical
will ke the Redland the pool floor, baaed on Investigation
Scoutmaster A. A loestline ai given by was really badly I needed In place At the urn time it wa announcedthat I'
he hat made within the
District Ministerial Association to *
County Agent C. H. Steftani said the fair ground, at Coconut
adviser, to organize and appoint the victor A committee from pll\Jree"-" .
the rain did a lot of good for po Palm drive and Redland ra'cS..J
noriel.cdveoffla.rs<< ft the ad the anodstion.dit".R.L.Naison ]tato-grow**'eyKMUha TBerf elF 'N1Wrmdr'lbidf tot Ine'Hgex'-'SMW*.dd said that.bt Was not

minlstratlve, police, tire and >ether the Rev. H. O. Cowan and Pr. ging and consequently diminishing hlbition tent which will be erected -I prepared to state what amount of
Lloyd C. Shaoklia.: is'in chars of i shipment that Feb. 18 In I labor and money the county would
department At the close of the were threateningto on Friday ,
the contest Mr*. H. J. Armstrong : contribute until be could report to
flood the market tion for the opening of
prepera-I
melting th.Boy Scout administration C. I the commission the amount the
president of the local W "Potato price were first goodat Monday, Feb. IS
that win take charge of T. U., I It working with the asso I 'l.'I5. then they came down to The silver trophies announcedhave 'project would require and the
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Homestead's government at 4 p. ciation. $1.SO, went back up to II60. end been offered a* follow: one I proportion of it already in hand
Withers In the preliminary contests early this week wen down to by State Representative H B.Oventreet :. or definitely assured. This information -
101Mayor will be available at tonight >>
: for intermediate were '1.45," Bald Mr. Stcffsnl "Con for best vegetable display .
awarded diver medal anti they tinued unrestricted shipping would ; one by Hayes Wood, County meeting.
: Harry Martin. will now compete for gold medal f>(r. Rue said :yesterday that
: have forced the price down lower, tax collector, tor beat poultry exhibit -
< >unclW'lh4d'd'n Blvd Jn, p- Winner In the juntot'conteetl were examination showed the door in

even though this step Is the only ; one by WIlL D. Joyce, county :
, Idenf! and ftofuu\ ce committeeman; awarded bronze medals and they I potato producing section in the purchasing agent, for best Fu- the diving portion of the pool to
Elbert Dour} fight and water de- will now compete for a )silver I i country at this time. Buyer could ture Farmer exhibit, one by Dixie be almost a* tat an mud utter the

partment committeeman; Ben medal. have gone into the low market Drug for beet potato exhibit: oat I top veneer a* broken though and
De( dol, r street 'commltteemaa; Mary Eleanor Williams was I and bought at their price and put by Renuart Lumber Co. for largest In his opinion it would have to be

, Jack Wallace, sanitation andpark I judged the winner in the Homestead the potatoes In storage, whereasIf display of citrus fruit I removed to consideiuble depth
*; Q. tAft, police HarrtdBranch I Methodist' Antes mrediate contest the chipper would store their At fair headquarter In the Mo- He believes that new floor reInforced -
and buildings; I held Friday night other contestants week It aid I *ith .heII" bolts eon be
library surplus the supply on the market Crory Arcade this wa
Jack McMichacl, fire. I were: Wanetta KoeeC- II could be regulated and the price that only a few booth ire left In put in the damaged 'Ie'' lion it a

Police department: chief Jack line, Marjorie Moser Margaret more or lesjcontroHe in favor of tip first exhibition tent. and imm east that can be covered bv fends
and Mildred Field and June Perry. available or obtainable through
Gatlln; assistant chief, Charlie the growers. reservation had been made In the
, Little; officers, Charles Stettani, Wanetta Koeitline ranked second The rain sad the\ cooler weather aaxwnd tent which will beusA the municipal eMc and qptjnty chan
. Paul Rue and Kenneth Glenn The Judge were X B. Blackburn will keeps tomato from maturing automobile and machinery idts- nels.Hop
_ thief, Letter Pro Shanklln and Mr. Nelson I too fast also, Mr Steffaai play It wa stated also that the ef WPA aid in abandonedthis repairingthe
department
fire definitely
Lester Archer won a bronze would be finished I pool wa
Charles said, with the result that the quality premium list
Archer assistant chief, X. A. Sandqulut,
; when
week
medal in I Junior contest! held in
will be better and the season and seedy for distribution by the advised!
Robertson. Miami
In
Continued on Page Twelve) win last longer. end of the week. district director
.j Administrative department: city representative of the pool committee -
. ') clerk, Harry Hall; tax collector, that I recent: limitation of
Roger Glenn; city attorney, Robert C., of C. to Vote on Fiscal Wilcox Asks For U. S. AppropriationFor material to $5 per man per month
. Gauzens.P Year Change to AprilA would make it Impossible to get I

J \ \ the advice of Scoutmaster Frost and Hurricane WarningsWashington I enough material into the Job to j t

Koeitline, both elected and appointed proposal that the fiscal year carry on the work. ,I
officers have been In conference of the Redland District Clumber The WPA project contemplated
with the respective officeholder of Commerce begin In Aprtmther Feb. Congressman Recalling the tremendous dom practical rebuilding of the poolat
whOM place they will take than In October will be put to the J. Mark Wilcox aid he will age/h4 district boa suffered from a cost of approximately $tOooo.
,L'i in order that they will know how vote of the member tt the meetIng appear before the appropriation hurricanes, Wilcox said that funds The work now contemplated I* a

to perform their Job this after of March 10, It wa decided committee tth week to ask appropriation I BOW available are Insufficient to "patch" Job of tearing out the defective -
.J noon. Wednesday night than a hundred' maintain the service at an adequate : section oI the floor and replacing
Since a change in the bylawsof thousand dollar for additional standard. "It needs them with section constructed -
. I It U safe to that the mayor'scourt
say would be necessary said. Wilcox faultless material
throughout the organization weather bureau work in.Florida. strengthening he with
will be in session
Scout rule, and it at least two week notice He said he would ask 9078.58 said he would especially urge more The haste to get the work done be-
the hour of Boy take much of an must be given the member According for extension of frost warning ser funds for personnel and for reestablishing fore the rainy season Nil In I*
probably will not law to hale to the proposal, the annual vice in the fruit and vegetable belt; the meteorogillcal occasioned by the fact that It will
Infraction of traffic membership drive would begin Island. and much lop expensive
The highest $81,600 tot.t.renatt\enll1l1turrlcane *Utkin jt Swaa be much easier
motorist into court. will In March. All present memberships warning service; end 127,500 for Painting to the experimentsmade if the work eon be done
however,
assessed,
sentences would be extended until Installation and operation of apparatus by the Universities of Florida with little or no water leaking
exceed 31 Gents or
C probably not April, 1038.Charles for hurricane location and Puerto Rico Wilcox said through the floor from the underground
for the troop
_ half-dollar fine Caves was appointed to through static.Wilcox that a third station 1* needed H water table.
treasury Investigate a report that the Dads pointed out that a large the research and experimentation An effort will be made to get the
One of the first conference held County commissioner ere contemplating portion of the fruit and vegetable In this field i* to be carried for work started within the peat week.
after the council meeting Wednesday a change in the firefighting area are without frost warning w.rd."ThJa* I* an experimentalfield

wa between the new fire equipment for the tectlonaof service, and pointed out the growers ''II ," he Hid, "but It certainly THE: WEATITMOltUM
department heads and fire Chief the county outside city limit are subjected to the probability) a field ef research which cannot VWMMrf sweet., MM auaa.etr....tgae.ne
A. C. Deputy, at which the boys Much of the meeting wa devoted of enormous losses each year. be ignored by the federal government "s ......... H_..... et..rw

C ) were assured of action In which to an Informal.discussion ol "This section of Florida I* entitled I if we are to develop th< Date- ,Max anal) tUr.1 itT
_ they and the shiny red, clanging current plane for repairing the to the service etfordad by I moat cientlflc mn of locating/ Feb. 5 I 71 58 '130.011|
.W fire engine with the screeching: municipal swimming pool The the weather bureau in other sections and plotting the course of tbest Feb. e 78 38 '3013

.d siren would figure chamber suggested that Ben Archer of the state II wen as in other I disturbance and giving aqrdrsU''Feb.T 7542' |
Regular officers of the city will a* chairman of the Joint civicclub vegetable and fruit producing sections and idequato warning service not: Feb. 8 8D" 1008
1'" ." Ibe on hand but will stay in the swimming pool committee of the country," lie declared. ,, only to resident In the land areas' Feb. t 82 82 30.03| 1I
background to answer questions can B meeting of the committee to "To deny them this service la to but lo to commerce upon UUWgh I'I Feb. 10 87 68 3003)) ':
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*md give advice when needed. study the plan discriminate against them". + seas and in the alC" Feb 11 83 M >0 131 t,II


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Page Two THE LEAD EU ENTERPRISE. Friday February 12,1937

t I ",.........__....,....w.., w.w.pp..-.. I crrps are lost Instead of siivuP
Riverside Cadets 1 champions will begin in Miami i Redland Wins Four I believe if people would try and
)
Wednesday night Sabbath ObservanceBy I uuuld plan their work intelligently .

: Beaten by Walton Barrow league high-scorer. Out of Five Games _. .. ., crops could be harvested: with-
to his total
made eight polnta run i out welting en the Lont Day, a
:1 Off-Record Game for the season to 111 McCornrtek I Since Last WeekRedland UM Rev C. X.Walker ,good living could be rnude In six
was UM outstanding point maker EDITOR'S NOTgfThls to the dcyi'M|' week and all M us could
with seven field goal Brooker defeated Key West first of a series U article on I get ell the recreation we need.
The high-powered Walton and Field played well defensively Hick school U-14 In Red- Sabbath ob erv M sponsoredby Then we would not need to be
f Nurseries basketball team out- Lubel and Schwartz played best land last night the Redland District Ministerial slaves to our business, and we
played and out-scrspped the strong for the looters. Redland High School won three Association.The would have time to worship God
Riverside Military Academy aggregation Walton struck a snag Friday out of the four basketball games. m the Sabbath Day and gain the ;,
\ in an unscheduled grins ,night when Riverside Military played since last week Redland District Ministerial test we need.Perhapal .
here bit night, 58-41, to obtain I Academy, with Its well balanced from Palmetto Thursday WIJ1n1nI\\Association has become alarmedby am just a voice cryingin

sweet revenge for an off-night ,team ran out a 44-17 win. The Avon Park Friday night by the the widespread,disregard of the the wlderness of man's disrenuid
t beating Hollywood Friday night :WWm team played Its wont game identical scores, 32-22, from Ponce '
I Sabbath Day In this district ,of divine things, but I would like
44-27 of the season. McCormick was de Loon at Redlund Monday night
1'1 to see His way tried. We are cer-
McC nnlek. the big scorer again, with 12 have been asked aa one of I
With the Big Three, 32-91 and toning to Miami High! I 'tainly not prospering in the way
Borrow and Brooker, hitting the points Backer and Thompson School Miami Wednesday afternoon ministers to make an appeal I:we Ire going and no people have
hoop with uncanny ihote Walton both made 12 points for Riverside 30-24. ,through the medium of your paper i I ever prospered who disregardedthe
IM..oredmOIt at will during the I Roy Campbell hit the hoop for tat a more reverent regard forth laws of God.
lost three quarten McCormick I 15 points' against Avon Park to I I I
the
If win want uj
(who played with an Infected leI 11.11. Bows to Ponce take high soaring honors for the day you I Ip'I'.llep. I
and a twisted ankle) lod the point' night Redland led at the half I PEACE WARRANT SUORN

gathering with -\rn Hold goals Here and Andrew I 14.... I know that the usual reason I II OUT BY FLORIDA CITY MAN
and two foul ..htt, Brooktr and, Greenwood made 11 points for, siren for work on this day Is financiaL '

Burrow tied l In the total polnta Jackson Hi in Jax Redland and I, Richards made }41 In other words crops'I Alonzo Hammonds- of Florida
with 15 each Field steady for-I I for Ponce de Leon as Redland would be lost If the work is not I'II
I City was put under a peace bond
ward. played good defensive ballas I withstood a fast finish by the Gsb- dine For those who wish t,) run
did Tolion and Day. I IDaullmV. I Homestead High chool's Grow I toe,. to eke out a one-point victory their business on Sunday the excuse -I of $500 or In event he could notpay
that, jail sentence of 90 daysto
a
Riverside forward en lost a poorly played basket The Raiders led 14-21 at; is that we have to make our V
ball game to Ponce do Leon High the half while we can. For those satisfy a peace warrant sworn
shook his guards long enough to money
I I C. E. Brlsbin, also of Florida -
out by
Ink eight field goals and one foul: School Tuesday night on the local I The Redlanders nearly pultodan in need of recreation we are told "
hot. Backer and Thompson court, 25-22, after leading, 9-7 .t upset against Miami High !Hd., Sunday is the only day they can City, by Justice of the Peace
played well. Thompson made the half. The locals missed many lug the first half and fighting off get It. I Sid L. Kendrick Monday nightHammonds

'four field goals and even foul! easy shots. Miami High scores in the second In the Bible we are told that according to Brls
Little was the game I high scorer 12 through' bin, had threatened to dynamitehis
(hot*. I Redland made points when the manna was given If the
with nine while the house In Florida City and had
points foul shots Greenwood made seven people gathered enough on Sattir-I
Richards brothers gathered IS I points for the locals while Schemer I da to do for Sunday it kept, but gone so far as to try to hire an
Redland and H.H.S. between them for Ponce. Smith, I accomplice
made 11 and Wlddenhelm, eight, If they went out on the Sabbath
,
although making many bad passes, for the blue and gold day it spoiled. Can it not be pos-I The quarrel, Qrlsbln alleged,
To End Basketball was the outstanding player on the I title that In our lack of consideration arose over a division of strawber-

court High School Gives for Gods way we today are I ries and had been brewing for some
Season Next WeekBoth Homestead lost the lost of
game Play This '! providing the means oy which our I time.
Its road trip to Andrew Jackson Evening
High School In Jacksonville Friday will be
Homestead and Redland "The Family UpsUlrs"
Hgh Schools wit wind up their night :27-18 Caves led the presented tonight in the Neva King;
Homestead scoring with six points.
basketball schedules for 1936-37 Cooper School auditorium by
next week. Jackson jumped Into an early 10- members of the high school dramatics PONTIACSIXES
0 lead In the first quarter Each '' :
direction of
Tonight Homestead goes to West class under the
team made four points in the'I
Palm Beach to play the Wildcats E B. Blackburn teacher of public
second canto while Homestead led
and Tuesday night the Growers ineaklnff"The ,
the third quarter scoring, (-.. ; AND EIGHTS :
will play Miami High In Miami. Homestead P.-T. A. has
The last game of the season will be ,charge of the ticket sale
10 the local gym Friday night Free Movies at Goulds In the cast are: Alvin Bridges, World's Most Popular CarVe
against Lake Worth. And Perrine TomorrowAt Billy Clark James Glbbs, Pierre
Redland played Key West last I McDanlel, Miss Bonnie Belle
night In Redland >for! Its last home Goulds and Perrirw tomorrow Myers, Miss Geraldine Kelt, Miss I \ have the following New Pontiacs J
game On Tuesday, the Raiders night will be shown four big Martha Close, Miss Mary Adams
will play Miami Beach High SchoolIn reels of sound pictures free of an dMiss Ruth Fredericks. I for immediate delivery:
that school new gym, and on charge under the auspices of the ------
Friday the Redlandltes travel to Bird Chevrolet Co. of Homestead. Coroner's Jury Decides 1

Fort Lauderdale to wind up the The show at Goulds will take placeat Black Killed Himself"Death I 6 Cyl 2 door Sedan, black............ ..... $922.50 ,
season 7 o'clock in the vacant lot nextto

Drawings will be made Saturdayfor the Goulds Supply Inc, and the by his own' felony" was 6 CyL 2 door Touring, black........ .....$917.00 t'j
eighth district tournament playIn show at Perrine will be given at the verdict of a coroner's Jury Y

either Miami Edison gym or at I p. nx in the lot next to Chafers' Wednesday in the court of Justiceof 6' CyL 2 door Sedan, brown ................$902.00. '.
the Miami Beach court on Mara Real Estate office the Peace Sid L. Kendrick
and '. On the bails of the ..1lOa' Each show wlU last thirty min after investigation Into the death I II
I. .6 CyL 2 door Touring Sedan, green:... $950.00 .
records, 1II probable that utes. Stunt driving, visiting over of Huston E. Black Fraojo,who
Miami High Miami Beach High i the country with the novelty shot himself at his home Jan.
Miami Edison and either West formations showing how newsreel easyIt 7. -on 6 Cylinder Coupe, black :......................$890X0

Palm. Beach High or Redland will Is to drive safely and how motion The Investigation was delayed I .
be seeded favorites.Walton 'pictures are reproduced comprisethe until Wednesday night because of 6 CyL 4 door Touring Sedan, black....$1,010.00; :

variety of plctlres that will be the illness of Mrs Black who has
Last shown. been recovering from a blow on the 2 door Touring, brown, with radio.$1,043.00DEIIONSTRATOR t
Wins i
No admission will charged to head Inflicted by her husband priorto
either show the shooting : .
Game of East Coast 1

2 door Touring; Sedan at substantial discount
League ScheduleWalton i I II
Overseas Transportation Co., Inc.

Nurseries basketball FREIGHT AND EXPRESS I USED CARS .
team settled down to business aftera

fumblrsoma first half Wednesday OVERNIGHT SAILINGS FROM MIAMI TO KEY WEST AT :

\ night and defeated the YMCA NOON MONDAYS, TUESDAYS THURSDAYS FRIDAYS. 1936 Ford door Touring-15,000 miles 1 )
Triangles 42 at Miami In the
'last scheduled game in the East Track Deliveries to tipper Keys Dally Except: Sunday Cleanest car in town. ; 1,

(Coast League season A Miami Terminal Kt 8. W. North River Dr. bees '-'41I
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Friday, February 12, 1937 THE LEAD BNTERPRISE Para Three

telegram from Melvin Jones of the Effect Mr. MeCuUough who we born
HI SCHOOL DEAN of Mineral Elements on Plants
Chicago Lion asked that they be in Fort Mead moved to Redland
hipped. Charles Cox was put In IMS. His grove home Is on
Shown Rotes in Stop-Motion\ PicturesThe
TELLS IIO\V\ BOYS In charge of locating the fruit Coconut Palm drive near the Sea-
Lions who had no fruit contributed board railroad.He .

I to the picking cost Henry Brook- effect on plant growth of.nor element After the deficient to survived by: his wife Mrs.
MAYBEHELPEDLions er, Jr., promised the use of a truck a deficiency of mineral elementsIn plant had become noticeably I Carrie A. McCullough; four
I and driver for carrying the fruitto stunted, It was fed with the same daughter, Mr*. Wilma L. Kennedy .,
the soil demonstrated
was vividly -
the packing house. solution a* the healthy plant and of Long Island, N. Y, Mr*.
to the Homestead Rotarians
Also Hear Principalof Ladies night which Is usually the Improvement marked. Viola B. Erwin of Tampa. Mrs.
In sound motion
Wednesday picture
a
Shenandoah Dis- on fourth Tuesday will be advanced from the Chilean Nitrate of The motion picture was shown Dolls Anderson of Miami and Mrs.
to next Tuesday night I I Clara KUtingiworth of Princeton;
Soda Educational Bureau. by Frank Boyd of Montgomery.
cuss PoetrySome :
There will be no meeting on February ( I Ala. George N. Wakefield of the I three soon, Wm. J. James r. Jr.,
33 because many of the In one of the experiments shown '
community service committee was and Ralph all of Redland one
of the way In which a I members will be In charge of fair there were seven identical potted in charge of the alder, Mrs Ida Walker of Oklahoma -
high school dean may help to mold I exhibits, J. R. Hickson. president seedlings. The soil In one pot program City, Okla, one brother, 4
the lives of the student in right' announced. The Lions have been lacked phosphorous while others I Re-districting of the Florida Rotary Cha H. McCullough of Apache
direction were told by L. Invited to a Joint meeting with lacked nitrogen calcium sulphur, district Into two districts was Okla: and several grandchildren.All 1
Seagrln, dean of boys at the the Homestead Rotary Club on potassium and magnesium respectIvely -< opposed by a committee appointed his children were present at
Edison High School and H'j' Wednesday night March 3, in and one pot contained all I to make a study of the suggestion the services. f
of the Dade County .. American Legion hall he sa<'d. I these elesaent The growth of I I Guests were N. A Currier ofCaribou.
J Pall bearer were: J. W. Campbell -
Teachers Association to the Quests were F. M. Kentxmd W. the plant was recorded by a stop- Me. 1: WatMns. Link
Spencer, Will I Harrison and Oo. W. Keel!l. Tom Post. 1:.
land District Lions Club Tuesday B. Owens of Cedar Rapids la, I motion camera which took a picture 1 Joseph
II E. Johnson of Miami, Dr John B. A. Carter Wm. Mahan nnd Witi;
night. Wtllard Hubbell of Miami Beach every eight hours with the result I
I Tower and Edgar O. Schulz mer H. Cast
that the audience could literal- of
The "problem lad" li the one Karl L. Mlddlcten Mrs. L. H. Sea- :I
that comet to the attention of a grin and Mist Alice Kahl of Miami. ly "**e them grow". There was !I Homestead
a distinct superiority In the plant I I Temperance Lesson
dean, he said. It li not by recognizing -
hit fault, but by lint look Andrew Hagaman Dies containing! all the element while i I Funeral Services Held There Is a story told of a well-
the other showed plainly the relative ] known teetotaller. who on hearing
In the i For Jas. F.
ing for the good qualities At Ills Home in Redland McCollough a companion vigorously denouncing -
Importance of the element
boy who la In trouble that the dean I .
the pratlce of christening
to aid him, he revealed lacking.In Funeral service for James
manages Andrew Hagaman 74, of Staten I I sel with champagne prior to their
Id many cam he find that the another teat, cotton, tobacco, Franklin McCullough a residentof
Island and Redland died at Rose- launching, replied:
source of the difficulty li discord,mont, his Redland home, Monday, !pea, buckwheat and tomato seed Redland for 33 years, were con-I "I don't know that I altogether
In the home of the student after an Illness of two weeks. His lings were shown In pairs side by I ducted 'Monday afternoon in the agree with you, for to my mind
Since statistic from the Illinois daughter Mrs. Thomas Doyle who side. Both of each kind were fed Redland Community Church by there Is a good temperance lesson
with I continuous flow of solutions the Rev C. G. Nelson assisted by "
tote penitentiary at Joliet show came with him to Redland on Dec. to be found in it.
that only two per cent of the convicts 29 accompanied the body which containing approximately the the Rev. Ceo. E. Deuel and the 'How can that be'" asked his ,',1
there hold high school diplomas was sent to Staten Island Tuesdayby same major elements but the solution Rev. John W Porte. Burial was companion.
Mr. Seagrln believes that the Turner Funeral Home. given to one of each pair in Miami Memorial Park under "Well," replied the teetotaller,
making it possible for a studentto Mr. Hagaman who retired from lacked some of the minor elementsthe the direction of Turner Funeral "It la noticeable that directly after I
finish high school gives the presidency of Staten Island other received. The stop- Home. Mr. McCullough a retired her first taste of wine, the ship
motion camera recorded the more fruit grower, died Friday In take to water and sticks to It
him a chance of 88 to 2 of stayingout bank two yean ago had spent the
of prison.! past 18 In Redland and the vigorous growth and livelier motion the Dade County hospital at Ken- ever after."-Scottish Women'sTemperance
years
of the plant receiving the ml- dall following a lingering Illness. News
The poetry of Robert Burns was past 21 years In South Florida.On .
discussed by Miss Alice MacVlcir, Jan. 28 he suffered a heart
principal of the Shenandoah JU- attack and grew rapidly worse.
nior High School Mist Mac-,!His physician came by airplane on
Vicar, although born In New Jersey Feb. 8 and from that time the
was reared In Scotland, and patient was under an oxygen tent.
received her degree at the University Mrs. Hagaman died at their
of London. She read several Staten Island home on July 20, TilE 2Z-MILLIOXTU
of Burns' poems and songs In dia 1934.
The survivor Include, besides I
lect.Miss Ethel Roberts Miss Vera Mrs. Doyle two daughters, Mrs.
Parker, Miss Gwendolyn Campbelland L. C. Van Name and Miss Marjorie -
Miss Joyce Hilliard Redland Hagaman of Staten Island;
High .School. students, composed two son, Leroy Hagaman and FORD
a 'quartet accompanied by Miss Charles Hagamnn, also of Staten
Rebecca Fiih.rr, music director Island; and three granddaughtersand
Plans were made for shipping one grandson.Early .
d
two carloads of grapefruit to the
Ohio River food refugees. Although Morning Moment .
It was reported at first He sleepily grabbed the hair HAS JUST BEEN BUILT
that they were not needed becauseof <, brush instead of the hand mIrtoW'1
the quantities of fruit the federal "Gracious1! lie exclaimed,
government was supplying, & ,I tnmly need a shavel"Western I


T-Bone Steak Dinner 80o Chicken Dinner lie
Regular Dinner 50o Vegetable Plate 300
All Kinds ef Home-made Sandwiches
IT HAS never occurred before in autoeach year than the year before. They
Green Lantern Restaurant
;
; mobile history that 25 million car of hare every right to. The experience

ADJOINING HOTEL REDLAND one nuke, bearing 'one name, have gained in building 25,000,000 car en-

been manufactured under one manablea Ford to produce today a really

gement The 25,000,000th Ford car superb motor car at a really low price

$ I IF celled off/ the Ford Rouge Plant pro *.-.with the, Beauty Comfort, Safety

duct ion.line on January 18, 1937. and Performance of touch more ex
'
2.S! million car since 1903 more pensive car.
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than one-third of all the ears rrrrbnilt. The 1937 Ford V.8 combine ad.
,
bi. enough: can to transport the nnoed design, an-
entire population of the United Slat.... extra body room, and brilliant brake

J' The figure represent a remarkable with a choice of two V-type 8-cylin.

contribution to the social welfare, the der engine*-the moat modern type
\
wPAINT i. industrial stability and the general of power-plant on land, tea, or lathe

\ progress of our country. air.

People re.pectFord efficiency. They The 85-horepower engine provide +

know Ford use fine material, the top performance with unusually good

UPand beat workmanship at good wage, the economy for ita high power. 4

most exact precision measurements. The (0-horsepower engine give

They know these thing are passed good performance with the greatest

I along to purchaser in the form of gasoline mileage ever built into Ford

extra Talne. Naturally, they like to car--and wear the lowest Ford price

"Fix Up" do business with such a company. tag in years.

That i* the only reason it ha been People expect more of a Ford car

required to produce 25 million care because It's a Ford -and they art

YOUR HOME Naturally too, they expect more, for the same reason. It

I more of a Ford car, more this is undeniably the quality far

SEE US FOR MATERIALS year than last year 'more In the low-prlre! 6VM.
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W. D. Horne Co., Inc. FORD MOTOR COMPANYI


FRANK L.SKILL, Owner mot.I .


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Para Four THE LEADER TERPRISE. Friday, February 12, 1937
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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE" WHAT IS A LOTTERY? Building in Boy


i\ Published Fridays at Horn,'I In response to question/ asked iu this week M to Just Who build .tat bays bufld- Truth! 71 Lllllc

/ stead, r.... b, the South Bade, what fOIMtItlrtee a tottery, we print th*,+blifitwirtg extract And "."vantthedhand arc multtplitd 4Jg

I Publishing Ca.I Arcadian!I I And by sounds hour In of power living voices, haul rJ7: Bird

BEN ARCHES: ____
I after in this newspaper: speak forth Hit message with tlit Told Us
MARJORIE .
r LEACH ARCHER lips of Youth
AssedN. Editor "The question is often asked M to what Is the difference
Her In the House of Hope, who
I between the ordinary newspaper subscription contest

Entered M second flats maO i and a lottery. The difference is that the subscription doors art Love souls, In
matter March a, 112, tt the post To shape young Images -that lawyers, reporters and authorities
office al Homestead Florida voder" contest Is (usually) baaed upon merit and not upon of right waxed sentimental about

the act of March >, im chance. The decision of the winner is baaed upon results To train frail twigs straight upwards a to-called "forgotten man" in
toward the Light; the Dade County Jail, when the
I obtained in the solicitation.for subscriptions, represented Such work as this God measures man they an forgot about was the
SCR rUCE. ..... A TEARIfomestead's I for the purposes of the contest lit'votes,' and Is not decided from shovel elderly Homestead' man sandbagged

by a drawing In the presence of his wife by
And faring forth, triumphant, with
callous burglar the
the young pair
Boy Scouts "Should the subscriber be given a *th nce' on a prize, to the dawn, had been befriending

When wt note that the Boy I 114 awarded in a drawing at the close of a subscription Each: for fresh weal.young soul a mlsslomsr e e e

Scouts of America are this week campaign to some subscriber, that would be barred from Forward they tarry, a. a shield, -tblt quite a few citizens who deplored

celebrating their twenty-seventh use of the mails. the seal Governor Cone's disbanding -

anniversary wt art reminded of Of His example -w> His work goal of the state road p.trolln the
I "The postofftee department is zealous in its efforts toprevent on. name of economy will observe

what setuting has done for Honor i the use of the mails in fostering any kind of lot v with Interest just how stubborn
iteud. Granite may crumble, wind and will be his opposition to the budletboard"
I tery. No paper can afford to subject itself to a possibility
wave destroy, determination to raise his
Since the time when the Rev. of violating the rules, even though some papers do getaway Urn, shaft or word may perish salary.
A. A. Koeatlint appeared on the I decay,
with it at times. or : e e e e
scent a few years ago and startedan But this shall last forever and
-bat since the bait suggestion of
that ,,, ,. a day-
active Boy Scout troop NM/NWM"M repairing the municipal swimmingpool
1 absorbed the restless youngsters 1- FRO)! OUR MAIL BOX His living monument, a boy! before the rainy spell sets in

known as the Nasty Alley gang, -The Wisconsin Winner la enough to start a aeries of downpours -
I, ,I .. _,__ __ it might be a good Investment
Homestead has known I
pect
A SUGGESTION-NOT A COMPLAINT that whale of art enterprise, the to build a new swimming
Scouting provided a legitimateoutlet i; Everglades National Park, take tank: and keep the old one as a

for their energy; it made I,i Editor LeaderEnterpriseJohn : : shape a bit more AND YOU WILL 1 1so. rainmaker-then whenever the
s provision for the gang urge; it Implanted Tunis says la Review of Rt' Homestead wilt not pay high .WHAT YOU WILL SKI My: grovel and farms need rain we can

new Ideas and Ideals. I i I views", : "Often the man who kicks I rents", and the very next day I advice to property owners is to lust run a headline, "Plan to Repair -
And Homestead continue to be |,! performs a Mat public service,, learned that the tourist camp Is- get readyby putting In Improve- Pool While Water Table Is
without a serious boy problem I' Knocking has been responsible tot, 'renting small cabins at $12 a i mente for the apartments and I Low", and the heavens will open.
Boy Scouts do not ust profaneand tf the material
some greatest progress -' week.grasp building a> lot of new cottages
Indecent language; they do1! in America", So t I.t t i Continue to smile boys, for three They will rent, never fear. strangle the superstition which a d
not have b 4-PIrts Atot III1Ol tnl!ms jCourags and venture hi. pow'I.''t ytaet mesa VMS will awl heft All this it Inescapable, unless I, few Homesteaders hold, that this'ere'town ,
and for reading trashy books they I twill
; this is not criticism but
ever a doesn't and
never
grow
to pray for sunshine and a heavenly wt start right aww and build
do not deface or destroy the suggestion. climate for this Is out established sades about the town with and get out some advertising
property of others; they do not ; Homestead is wldeawakt and paU.1
a 'I' matter for placing in letters and
heritage Let the municipal holes in the fegt through
start tights or lit or steal j
It stalwart city which I greatly ad-
\ bonds fade some mare and shoot tourists. But If we (Continued oa Pap rive)
t At the present tine*. a .report Bilrt and oitett help to boott Hut
J from scout headquarters states, with all her vfrinty there li some
thcie art more than a million ac- i stagnation which I am unable to LWHD/ili' 'MI
; tt\'<' scouts and leaders in practl-i i comprehend. If "Uncle Sam is I

} calk evts* Mgf96wn and village.pried enough to give us all a shirt",
i In the U**
} The tttsy 'ofc"tht starting 91.|1 new pest office building started wob
\ scouting th thMtountry\ says. the And why Is it that a city of the
"Dltt and i ot Homestead
Importance
r report. Is s. flflowj: I
,; A large license buffalo at Gi1t :are just one little hole nt the end
long, unlighted lobby where SM WCi
wail Park EaI.Iton4..the training
ore may mall a letter? Why Is r4
center os the British Boy Scouts,
than not a big, grfen U S. letter .IdGE'SOA'YLLiOu4'ivdr .: 1
Ass>> "daHon; .to a reminder to thoitwho :
hot at the curb in front, where MC"14 WAA
see it. that an unknown
busy motorists pull and
may up mcobsnAmowYAGNr1M
I British Boy Scout's "good turn"to
: mi Amriican publisher In 1909 : post their mall THE
And why art theN not a score w. w..:..
led to the establishment Of the Boy I
of similar post boxes at various
Scouts of America
I points in the city where letters
The late William D. Boyct, Chi- may be dropped And why can
cagoet publisher, was completing his we lead a letter to the populous
i ands In London on t foggy day, North where we transact an ocean
before falling for home when hai I ef business, only once a day and u"N
lost his I way The nearttt passerby this at late afternoon, and tn
of whom he sought help was a I Sunday not later than noon? WhyIs
boy who politely offered to escort '!' all this thus?' (with elnphasls on
the publisher to his destination. the word "Is"). rt
When that point was reached the Our post office work is already i : ..

boy refused a tip;for hls tryubtt unwieldy and with no relief Insight
said thai ha was a Boy Sew* Art' And It Is all benched into N

that Boy Scouts do not take tipi the lost hours of tiresome days 1 \ c,, 'r,, ., lie
for doing "good turns"'Thit when the postmaster and his aides '

{ to surprised and Impressed worn by the day activities, art

t Mr Boyot \>at he asked more harried and hurried.
about the Boy Scouts The boy However, forgetting our faith-

accompanied him to the London ful publit servants, what Is to prevent Amu so .
Scout headquarters when Mr i 1 the commercial dwarfing of ()
Boyct received Information that the region if all Important letters
filled him with enthusiasm Soon: that need forwarding ht tht fott-'

after his return tt the United I I noon must be carried to Miami to ,
States ht consulted friends, also'deeply be mailed* Are we so fully ac1 -Rpm 40
'
Interested In boys, and on ,curtained these primitive eondltioof -
Feb I, itlft the goup IMerporat.l'|' wt have sp far labored
ad tht Boy Scouts of 'under that wtant kick over the
I '
Washington a C. traces Art our growing- pains

The first national office of tht1!i st sever that 'We an unable tt WAS A Or" "Jt
ask for needed medicine*
Boy Scowls- Amtrlta was opened {II'
in New York.on Jan. 2. 1111 by Also why does not the chamberat
Dr James E. West and Seven em-)1)' comma ce of some live btnlntat
ploy_. Dr. West hat been that I concern la tow get out a good map
scout executive since then'of the- city: Standard OIL for Instance
, t and'r. administrative head of the j 1'i' A mat tw-glv I stay If I

movement has had the satisfaction: I the' city at not finanoigUy able

f of steins: snort than seven million 1 1t plainly mark IU strtf corners In

t \ American boys and men hv i in ''s the neat delightful Map would north assist west Ute section befogged WHAT memories cittter about the and later put in use.as a ship of the Fdleral !t

law fluenced and tht.by movtmtaf>pit trout oath sctvities.and .tr.nlp.... to find his destination AMERICA In 1851 she was sent over blockade squadron.I ; .

1 ; I II" to Borland: participated In the first race

: 1 PLAN( 1'0& esmsnT WKK A gentlemen presumed to teU I I bctwoen American and British yachts and f e e
I I mt recently that per brilliant and won the Royal 1 Yacht Squadron Trophy
:
Gainesville, Feb. II--Threujh-, I beautiful ctty hr not a tourist town against 14 other yachts. Her success thus I THE GREEN PARROTFISH is an exceedingly
out Florida during the week of ind never will be. I smiled. t I contributed to yachting the greatest to brilliant inhabitant of the trop-

: j March 1-8 University of Florida ,
! Week will bt observed Alumni I I It unable t8. predict thee city's wing ef the War Between the States the solid horn beak it Is able to bite off the
speakers to many towns win make I Hiturt But stop moment and '
America and
fitted
was purchased ont asa living coral buds-a chief source of food
talks on th* progress of the university t think: what has com to this "purv-
i I blockade runner for the Confederacy. the similar to the
among reet..vel'J' ,
t
and Its present mtdi I ty agricultural town within the
In April, 1862. a Federal gunboat steamed browsing of a goat and
Charles H. Overman, Bagdad, ii'ith Nut three years and this while we among grasses
year's president of tilt Alumni I ave been creeping out of the dt- up the St. Johns and, found the America *> weeds. As its name infers its beak is

\ ,.'IICf """" : .""V'" 1.Faso"pveps" wits sump M ."sunk In a creek. She was raised, repaired parrot-shaped.


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Friday, February 12,193T: THEE LEADLIf.ENTmtI'RIS& Bat

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'' IB the very next tea years of her the prospect and advantages
OBSERVANCE OF BOX life? Rebady boWl, tat It hi which this oily ef friendly paw
.... ..._'" sate to predict great thing Tar I pfe" enjara and teems uneanaeiaWof 1
i SABBATH TOPICFOR"ARTICLES Four) many great and bttitfcigefty wee 1 1I
.. get a place of little importance but Hollister Sage
>> next! f a few years ago without one-half I Homestead Feb 10, 1037 J
I be It or

so Six Members of Ministerial ner was N more I We Are Getting Quicker Deliverieson

itm Assn. to Write char .. No I
Rev. New Ford Units
For This Paper too
tot :

ie- r The Redland District Ministerial "'": : balm from of With very little delay we can furnish any type
:Association voted Monday to !, ;
our
'T sponsor a series of articles for the : I poetic. Unit you need. This means many good buys in
11' local press on the keeping of Sunday old forget used transportation.See our stock.Get our prices.
and the Rev. C. N. Walker, of which I
the Rev. L. G. Adams the Rev. E. pant Iprucel! USED TRUCKS WE HAVE A GOOD STOCK
'4 L Nelson Dr. Lloyd C. ShankUa, Poln-'!
14 Wm. Dunlop and the Rev A. A. I young 21936,157 in. Trucks-Real clean.
a Koestlln were appointed to write land : Its I
. article oa this subject foe ttuLeaderEnterprlaa and their'f 21934,157 In. Trucka-Good buys.
11t during the neal I{ I II 11933,131 In.Trucks-Ready for work.
I
! six WMU.) The tint of the series He In
I I I
u appears In thU blue The .*" *f North CARS CARS CARS
a Ing was held at the home of thepresident I .,r
the Jt... A. A. Koea ; I of 11936: Ford Tudor Extra clean.
If line, pastor of the Homestead ter, with I .
1933
Ford Tudors Take pick.
your
Methodist Church. ,aid.I .
9n A* a) result of a motion made by make a I 11935 Ford Fordora Both clean. "
14t4 Dr. A. M. Vivien the association I,0. holds'
pawed the following resntattanexpressing I 2 1934 Ford Tudors Priced to sell

, '" its approval of the efforts I < 11933: Ford Fordor, trunk See price of this
a at thai Bade County fall .,
" management to make the fair a : <* la1:
1en j clean: Me: gets con one.MANY OTHERS TO PICK.FROM
'Inasmuch aa the Dad County that I
r. .I Fair la to hold Ita second annual on N. ,I
'1. session at Redland this month and aa RED LAND MOTORS Inc. "
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"Inaaf a .b a* we have learned, tact I
a through responsible sources, thai the Phone 21 Homestead, Fla.
a very definite effort la being made: I
.u I'.r to put on a much enlarged and a
, much Improved fair In all departments .
tI i and on
"In amcd as the officers are along
. esiurln| the public that they art fett.
sparing no palm to secure a clean the
'i decent aerles ',bl amusement at back :
this fair, therefore hif
"Be It resolved that this minis.erlal war
association sincerely COOK will :
mend the offlcerfln their laUdable aten. I
.: efforts andVhctabf express the the
hope that thnCt' win prove a !
worthwhile exhibition of the products = ,
of our county I '
"Resolyed- a copy of this
be
action be sent to Mt. W. W. I
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John.ton. preiltfintof the fair association :
and to the preA. ... when. ; l:
A. KoestKn. president"C. Me. 1fltt."M'i I
K. Wak r, secretory. !
Some of those present decided
to meet weekly for tennis or other '
forma of recrt tlon.
Present at the pot-luck luncheon
j which preceded the meetingwere I
: the Rev. and Mrs. H. J.
Cowan, the Rev. and Mrs. Harley
Core, the Rev. and Mrs W J.
Porte Mr. and Mra Koestllne Mr.
and Mrs. Walker Mr. and Mrs. :
Nelson Mr. and Mrs Adams, Mr.
and Mra Dunlop[ Dr. and Mrs.
ShanklUt, Dr. and Mrs. Vivien .' x
and Mrs. Ernest Warren and logged
daughter, .Jeredeall Tamblyn

..r.Turner's. ,
Funeral Dome antiknock
eat mZ&ye end
14-bBt.AMBULANCE!: SERVICE ,

t IMi: Attendant &ncv &fna extra ce&t /

Phone 114:H' Homestead, r .


JOHN Y. BA1XET POST NO. 41 US '
AMERICAN LEGION tM principal COSt mikaga..CROWN GASOLINE

I Meets *W awl tiled WerfiwJ CM.If, by using a save you money in other ways, too
a .. m* Arrl>.. Iwcbm H
(Doss port sesed ant. *.*...loath. Krone Afe, ) Jxr gallon, it will battery..,\eou'll use the choke less,
end of the too and waste less gaiollne...
giving eo.uMdraY I T!...Drive into 1' 0 ut

b?using Standard dealer a
NEWT Gr BALL
", tankful of economical

11 lotuj fabUe .. motor CROWN GASOLINE and j

evils rrtttED maiitANcB UKEBt LIED 'in every CROWN Judge ks superior **fonn j

you longer, ace lot yourself.
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soatslnlnt th. -r herbs at
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colas Tonne p.ritylae antics.bladderi,lime safety ealw invlger.tse.1I..lna etlmelets.c.Her, I : RDIL 1 >>1PA&, '

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dime to raise money for soma Federal Re-elects All

OOMESTEAD new library book-. Officers and DirectorsAll
I SCHOOL NEWS
Mia Dorsey's fourth trade pupil
officers and directors of the
l are still working on their Eskimo
KELLA 8ACT.S. School Editor unit They have ctayonexed on apiece Pint Federal Savings & Loan P

....... n.u. _._.______ Association of Homestead were
N of muslin an Eskimo: scene
:; :;:; : : I elected at the annual meeting I E
r The high glee club under The Juniors were very much with a calendar below it Jennie re-I
the direction of Mr*' Mill will honored lout week in their English Hardy and Mary Radford are the organliatkm held
.' ling next Thursday night, FbIS class by having Miss Jean Parmaif: drawing the Eskimo doll for the night They are: I

I, In a county P-T A, program tell of her English clam at CCI\1eie.1 Eskimo village Dr John B. Tower president;
at Bay front Park la Miami. Frank B. Rue, first vice-president;
h Charlie Little'ss; :name was omit Miss Ray class I It studying a W a Sheffield, second vice-prei- .

J The tint period art data la making ted from the honor roll last week. transportation unit The claaa la Ident; Charles O Turner, secretary
and treasurer W. Rosa Burton, I
I miniature stage showing varU getting up a collection of aero ;
ouaa from "Macbeth and The sophomores are tony to IoN plane, and different type of can att.officers'r1pyDirectors In addition to GeneralPublic

I "The Tempeat,. The second period Marjorie Albury who ha* returnedto and .I* making aeroplanes out oday. the just named W. Turner are Newt., Jr"1
G. Ball George
claw to carving figures from lO p.I her home in Ky Wett This collection will be on Brook- Utilities
\ display at the fair. E. C. Chronurter and Henry
er, Jr.READ.
: The boy physical education The library ha nine new book I Homestead
claaaea are finishing up basketball Six of them were bought with Mrs. Thurman'f second grade : name MVH
I this week and will atart volleyball money from library fines and three had charge of the assembly program THE WANT ADS dx

battlngton, and hand ball next were brought by the children. Wednesday morning The
week. number Included Indian poem, 10'1'
songs, and dance,that the children "r.
The public speaking claaae are
I The new captains; In the ,Irll' working on debate and are goingto an have Indian learned unit while working on "ARMOUR SEES TO IT

physical education classes are: debate against the other classes. r
I seventh grade, Mildred Batta,MaryJo I{The eighth grade is studying one I GET THE RIGHT .\
Close, Mary Louise Fierce and of Shakespeare' play, "A Midsummer Mn Edwards' class 1* workingon
Beatrice Wllaon; eighth grade, Night' Dream. The tome vegetable poster) The
Betty Jane Meybem, Donnie Wal- pupil are making booklet of the pupils are taking a great InterestIn
t lace; fifth period class, Geraldine play, and are using material from their contest of seeing who can
i Reltz, Eleanor Sullivan, Ellen the motion picture production.The read the moat library book this
(I' Vann and Barbara Done; sixth period -I semester

: class, Margaret Berger, Nor-
I fifth and sixth grade are
ma Gouman, Mary RaMOn and I working on a musical play to be Mia Jackson's clas 1* sorry that FERTILIZER"t
Joyce Gldlof has been ill and
Mary Elizabeth Kyle. very
given lOOn for the library funds
hopes that she will soon be ableto

\ The seventh grade sanitation come back to school The pupilsare .
claaa la making health posters and I All of the elementary classes are enjoying their music and art
working on valentines during their
t i writing themes on "Character" or claaaea very much a* they are
art periods thla week. Several of
studying "Mother Goose" In both
"How to'Help in the Home '
the room are planning to have classes;
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valentine boxes Friday
I Mr. Rutland substituted one
day last week during the absence Mr*. E C. M. write: "Albert,
of Mn Webb The ninth grade The new pupil In the elementary aged three and 'a half, was di*.
home economci girls are learning school this. week are: sixth grade, obedient and I said to him, "If
how to make a continuous bound Charlotte Geronimo, and Betty you don't behave, you'll get spanked.
plackets a hemmed and faced Jean Fortes; fourth grade, Edward You would not like that 1r
placket and the placket for a nerk Norton and Ann Marie Thompaon; would you?" ''"THE Fiat thing

1\ opening, in preparation for the third grade, Oil Mae Taylor and "I wouldn't like daddy to spankme about Armour'*
{ making of their dresses during this Robert Fortes. ," was the response.
aemetter The eighth grade girls" "Why not?" feftHtzen It the way

l have started sewing on their garment Mrs S. L. West substituted for "He doesn't know bow. He they make them to fit our con.ditiona. ,
crop
'1 !. They have a choice off Mrs J.a. Wynn one day this. week. ..'*

beach pajamas, play short, alack, Tbeir men know what led .
Evelyn Sealey left this week to iiI t ...
tennis suit beach costume, klmona all about. They
come) to tee me,, ;;.
f x. negligee1 or bath robe. The return to her home In Key West DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST they know about See Ht fox' iff ,
: aeventh grade ,Ir"have" started ray crop and my
I their alao. have The pupil are proud of the new Hour FerliGter tett
I garment They a plan*-and they help m* get th* ;
\ choice of a nightgown or a cotton pencil sharpeners that were put Haiti for,Floridtp .
:l slip.j .b* the room this week fertilizer I need.
Office NeuresIA.us.too6St.sa.
( 'F ---- "Of MUM, Lam e.wtks-bow wU k, Citrus FoUtoeJ, Tean -
j \I Th seniors are sorry that Donald Alva Connor's name wa omitted Sundays 0 I* 11 k ettomnw %fch fotiliaM from a cowpmr .he., EgnUala' '
Sullivan i* Ill, and they hop! from the fifth grade honor Closed Saturdays Out Wade at daw s. OM soil sr whey dot" Squash. BraocoU.
that he will lOOn be tuck to achool roll lost week.
,( The seniors took their tubercular Free Parking Space Agent: BEE DEE SUPPLY COMPANY
I test Wedneaday There seems to frl. Flfleld' fourth grade class
1714 N. W. SITU 8T. MIAMIPHOlll'l
be a privileged character In the|l lr !I* enjoying the book of the circulating FIELD REPRESENTATIVE: a M. FRICK
: Mill ARMOUR FERTILIZER WORKS
WAREHOUSEMAN
enter claaa, as one of the boy has library this week. The
ROY B. NIXON, JR.
pupil are bringing nickel and
already received his ring, while
,
the other students are waiting pa-
tiently for theirs Senior skip day
; was postponed until next Fridaybecauae ONLY Armour Fertilizer Works InL
Z of the school play, which L

.I i* this Friday Jacksonville fla., _;J_

,, ; The new pupil in high, school 113,17 VVS Ram,

": this week are Lorraine Thompson,
i ::: eleventh grade, and Jack Fortes
'. t and Charney Garrett, seventh

.4 Ii' grade dAw rfews, WZ

j The achool visitors this. week HAS THEROLLATOR x
'I were Mia Jean Parmon and Junior aaat 1
''YI King f Me.


.J ( The ,eome.-claw 1 Ia studying 411 q
: circle and the locus of point. The i
t .The famous RoDator-found only ,
I( algebra claaa la studying product in Norg refrigerator*-not only .. 4111
? and the factoring of them. The deliver nor cold for the current l N 1
: f eighth grade ia studying government
used but la ails to deliver more
,t 4 and city financing, cold than you"Hunt need, even f -

\ on hottest oVe. Get the proof of

FLUDANGER Norge leadership from any Norg

11 owner-that' tie kind vt proof

that mean h1nl. WHEN YOU lilY THE
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I el.rhl y heataatt Cl.a.d aawt Choose the refrigerator with tie

.. patervs u.las .a fVttt Action ii/rcA/ ComtJ. .Pee. 0 It be fun "alt I In"
".- 0.. T.. see ae 11M a1nu may to on a ante-but
".,.1Ia. Via .d.e w rw nation Bottle and Dairy Rick "'" when the fun In finking
.. your money onwo .'
aII a1wN r" lost ws sal .ra
b sae I Sliding Utility Baittt AJ. YEA.? *blades Probak Jr.at 4 tot lOt offers Y
", Ina FLU .rws- uitabSA // other wAR -t 7
Many /CDj
N r Telred 0- / ANj'improvements. you a doubl-dg blade of Crown quality, 11
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i beat"r. :.ro;: and> ndiumtntt Had by a special proem,Probak Jr.|Ude* al
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through toughest whisker -
without
.... pull or
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,. of wvA.n..e rLO, J.. ..... Redland Appliance Down payment irritation.Probak Jr.b made by the world'slargest to% "

a I r-n r::..=':: Memo blase. low $4.581 blade manufacturer.Buy a package CI' ... ,
as as
Mae. 1MOaat17 ....... ...- Phone IS homestead oItbeaellDOOtb"Ylnaruorbladea toddy.PPIOBAIK. '
act.- and .. L lied oJ 1
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Car Teats c. ==V= '
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I bleed dolls for .-III ,"WaN10s, I
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l seas swdrearT.Issade.t.4 aila wan see r- HOMESTEAD HARDWARE CO. 71

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February 12.1937 THE LEA En.ENTERPRISE Page" Seven

spent three day with her, and on Paid rvHen wOl leave Immedlatefe -
Sunday he preached in the Lutheran FLORIDA CITY on a buatoeas trip to Washington.

church In Miami. Mr, .,. W. lever, CerroBoadeotMn D. C.
In and Around J
Fred Ban returned Friday from i.
Mr. and Mrs. Rtohard Klnard Joe Witt and son of Mimi Atlanta where he has been employed '
will move next week from the i Beech, Mr. and Mrs. H. tttmburg L
by a packing company.
Homestead Free apartments on Flagler avenue of Evansville Ind., and Mr. and ,
to the Mangus house in Ponce de Mrs. C. SllversUne, Miss SUver- The Woman' Foreign Mlikion- J Jar
\ leon subdivision.The i stine and S. Fineburg of New York > Society ofhe Community

City were guests Friday of Mayor Church met this week at the home
Rev. Lewis O Adams has i and Mrs. M. SUvermen.
of Mn. R J. Shepherd.
Mr. and Hrs. Herbert W. Turner I Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Farmer and so far recovered from a recent extended
are announcing the birth oft i Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Farmer of Illness that he will be able I Mrs. W. H. McLeod and Mrs. Anthony George who hal been a
Herbert,W. Turner Jr., yesterday ; Highland Park, IlL, and, Miami to resume his work as pastor of Oscar Dornheim of Miami were guest at the home of Mr. and Mn.
evening at the Post Graduate hos were callers at the home of Mr. the Princeton Methodist Church guests of Mrs. Lesley J:. Foreyth Joe Tomse. will leave the last of
pital. Young Herbert weighs six j and Mn H. J. Armstrong in Red- Sunday morning. The topic of' Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. For- the week for Fulton N. Y.
and bait podnda. land Monday. his sermon will be "The Boy Jesus syte were guests of Mr*. Mary H.
I I ," Higgins at Whitman Hotel in MI- Mi* Bert McKinney la enter-
Mn. Louie F. Muench of Springfield Mn K. Sturdevant of Columbus ami Beach Tuesday. taiotoig her daughter and her
Mo. and her mother, 0., and Lake Worth, spent the Mrs H. G. Bradley of IDdl nap. daughter1 family who have come
C. W. McEwen, are expecting 141'1.1 week-end with her cousin, Mn. O. olla, Ind., arrived Saturday for a, Mr. and Mr*. J. H. Dixon and from Kuklln. Ind., for a one-week
Muench who will arrive for a va- L. Showalter. Mrs. Sturdevant, visit with Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer H' Oliver Dixon motored to Tampa ....t.
cation Sunday afternoon. 141'1.1 Mn. Showalter and Mr. and Mn. Cast of Redland. 'I last week to see Mrs. Dixon'
Muench, the former Miss Bernice I D. L. McKinney: and baby, spent brother who is ill George Qulnlf of Detroit who
McEwen, has been here during Monday evening with Dr. and Mn. Mn. S. L. Dickinson Is recuperating la spending the winter In Miami
Mr*. Mct'wen'f recent Illness and Johnson of Miami. from an operation performed -I Fred Parlln Is reported to be illat rutted relative In Florida City
convalescncc. Mr. and Mra. I in the Dade County hospital his home on Eleventh street last week.
Muench plan to leave for Springfield Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Gerlach of She was brought home Tuesday.'
about Feb. 23 or 24. LaGrange IlL, left for their home
I
Monday after spending a week Mn Frank Morris' mother, Mrs
Mrs. Frank Skill if expectingher with Mr. and Mrs.Lee H. Lehman.Mr. J. H. Sawyer of Philadelphia, has
aliter, Mrs J. T. White of come to spend the rest of the CENTRAL SERVICE STATIONCARRIES
Washington, D. C., to arrive next and Mn. Louis O. Wolfe winter at the Morris home.
week or the week after for a two- and daughter, Frances, who have
week visit. Miss Sadie Ward of been spending several weeks In Mrs. M. D. Hartman' sisters, A COMPLETE LINE OF
Washington will accompany Mrs., the Price house on Yetter road Mrs. Adolph Jonas of Nashvilleand
White. will leave Monday for their homeIn Miss Bess Hellburn of Owens-
Flint, Mich. boro, Ky., arrived last night fora Yale Tires and Tubes Pure Bat-
Mr. and Mr*. W. R. Bird have visit at the Hartman home. ,
aa a guest Mn Bird's sister, Mn. Mr. and Mn. A. R. Holden who ..
L. D. Jones of Jacksonville, who had been guests of Mr. Holden's Mn. Landon Carney's mother, teries and Accessories
arrived last week. She plans to, cousins Mr. and Mrs. Henry Car Mrs. Henry Vlecallio, and her
be here I month. ter, since Christmas returned to sister, Mn. Wm. Cox, both of
\ their home in Sheboygan, Wlj., Coconut Grove, visited here yes .
M.: and Mn. Ernest P. Roberts last week. terday,
entertained Sunday their sons and .
daughters-in-law, Mr. and Mn Mrs. Margaret Usher and Mrs Mrs Leslie Gardler of Hialeahand I
Ernest E. Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. her daughters, Velmont Nancy Woco Pep Gasoline and Tiolene
Harold Roberts of Miami, and their bah. and Leslie, visited from Monday
grandson Ernest III. with their brother-in-law and sister till Friday with Mn. Gardler'i Motor Oil
Mr. and Mn. L. A. Wise., aunt, Mn. Cheiley Saunders During -
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Barrow spent her girlhood Mrs. Gardler i
Saturday ? at Jewfish where Mrs Frank Irwin has been ill spent a year In Homestead with i
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thirty Insurance men of the district this week. her grandparents, the late Mr. and .
held a fishing party. Mrs. W. A. King. At that time
'1-; Mrs Peter' JohnsonUenter- she was.Irene Feaster of Miami .. : .. .... .. .
W: D. Davis, inspector of the taming her lister, Mrs. Wm. Nor- \ CALL527MFor '
Financial Life Insurance Co.. is den bf Detroit, who arrived Saturday "What did you have in your .
spending this week In Homestead.Mr for a visit of several ekt. garden last year?'* J<
Last week Mrs Johnson's nephew, "Plymouth Rocks, Leghorns, and .Prompt, Efficient: Road Service
and Mn. A. F. Sommers who the Rev. Thure Olson of Texas Rhode Island Reds."Montreal
have spent two or three weeks in who is on an evangelistic tour, Star.FQUALIN .
Miami are again visiting their son .
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
.. B. Sommers. "

Check-chart: greasing-the right lubricantin
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. McLeroy of

Miami visited Mn Lero'par PAYS the right place.CENTRAL .
ents, Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Tower
Sunday. Mrs McLeroy before
her marriage on Christmas Day .
was Miss Jennie Tower.

e
Elton Robertson of Palmetto has
come to visit his uncle and aunt, SERVICE STATION
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Robertson, for
several eeks. To obtain. i ,!quality,, your fertilizer must contain

N Krome Avenue and 2nd Street
The Rev. and Mn John Porte, the quality producing essential elements, not or-
Miss Lillian Porte and Newton C;
Bernheiael took a trip across thi
considered in fertilizer mixtures.
state last Saturday and Sunday and dinarily

made stops at Palm Beach Ok... THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS
chobee Lake ,
Wales Bok tower,
Tampa and Saint Petersburg.D. SOILADE'S blend of natural plantiooda in cor- will corn M fOUr home every dar through '

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
THE
.' E.: Timmons, marketing rect balance of mineral, organic and colloidal, as- .
economist with the agricultural At iMintlmtl Daily Nrwtffffcordt
re for TM ft "*lire awe MnMnxtlM Muse. Th MmlMtMt I
extension division at Gainesville, tt... Hplott tnm w MMlfciii1 MlMr w R l nw kmMrraollwly
and
and Mr. Calloway, marketing sures your plant of longer.life, higher quality ".1. IMIWUM. IM with Weekly_H-t rMtum..'** SMtlMS lor aver Ma asS tMMllr 1i i

economist with the United States .... 1
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department of agriculture, will extra pickings!:which mean"extra profits. YIto ell_ aew.e I'oWIIIIInt 9041141all
arrive In Homestead today or tomorrow Norway sleet --. Ynss.b ,t1aM..r
,arum up aeoarlpu.a Ie Tee 00,1e1We mama .excite rid ,
to make a study of the ,
marketing problems of vegetable I. .':r wtae+.a9:... si..lww t-I':tom}r'rum II J.T..u\a.: }
grower and shipper in this sec 1 '1\ ....-

tion. ; Marw... .
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Mr. and Mrs. R. (:. Hal and : f .
party of Bedford, Ps. arrived In .
Homestead Saturday arid were SOILADE Inc. I CLEAN and WHITEN TEETHwith
guests of the"Hotel Seminole until ; Calo, O rin tooth powder which
yesterday. penetrates o'e bidden crevices between the
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CARL C. WARNER: Agent < PHONE 17 teeth Pleasant Refreshing Protects the gums

MA and Mn 3 M. Phillips of n ,HOMESTEAD, FLA. ,s. and Is economical tea j

San Ignacio Fla, were arrivals TRY CALOX AT OUR EXPENSE I

Saturday for a visit of several +..... What Cabs will do for your teeth Is easily I
weeks..; %homestead. demonstrated by you In your own borne si our I
... Simply fill in the coupon with your
Mr. and Mrs. P. S, Davis of name and address and mall It to us. You will
Springs Pa. left yesterday after receive absolutely /r.e a test can of CALOX
Surveys MapsA. TOOTH POWDER, the powder more and
visiting in Homestead since Sat-
snore people are wing every day.
urday. I R. LIVINGSTON FREE TRIAL COLTON -

and' McKnson Itouitrs, lie., Fairfield, Co....
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wolfe
daughter Francis, who have been REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER seed w a 19 tj trial ot CALOX TOOTH POWDER at .e sxptase to
I will U.
spending a six-week vacation In Registered Land Surveyor ate try
Redland on Tetter road win leave N-
t next Monday for,their.horn -In ,401 ..a HOMESTEAD, OX t JJrFriday -

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I i! I Social Events in South : Dade l.: I






KATHERINfi FISHER SCHAEFFER TELLS YOUNG FEOFUE'S UNION GIRL SCOUTS TO PRESENT GUMBO LIMBO

E HOW BUSINESS WOMEN SHOULD LOOK HAS ThIrt-l TACKY oe were PARTY present at the'I PLAYLET. NATIONAL BIRTHDAY PARTYThe I

-- tacky party given by the Bedland, I

Woman toe not b. limply ",, character And your hand sore, to District Young People' Union at ) Homestead dirt Scout at America The court of award
the American Legion hall on South
rag, bone and Hank of half !If DM a slang expression, dead tCrome avenue Monday lght Mrs. Tuesday's meeting practiced a dra- will be held at Sotithsidd School .
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he is to hold a place In the modern give away." to Your handshakefor revealing Edw Walton and Myron Orannell matization of the life cycle In Miami at MO: p, m .
I instance quite
I I Member of the troop who 414
business world. Katharine Fisher "CompatlUett I II too kern teaareeasness won prices for the best costume of the gumbo limbo tree. This not know
poison wood or hog gum
The Rev. C. G Nelson and Miss
Schaeffer, stage and screen actress In regard to personal Elizabeth Bush conducted the playlet wa written by the troop's by light Wire taken out to vacant
and head ol the department of eprtiilon .- appearance" she said as she game Mrs. Walton and MIA Rose captain Mrs Frank Skill*for presentation lots whore It I* growing for a field
ef Wayneaburg College In launched o* demonstration ot at the Dd County court lesion Ort the plant
Cave the refreshment
of
Pennsylvania, told the Homestead method of applying make uj fin served ooirimltte of award meeting on March 12 : Work. required for second class
and suck-
Business and Professional Women'sClub different type and different occasions. -I eri punch all-day the twenty-fifth anniversary of I badge filled the rest of the meet -
at a meeting held at the home I the founding of the Girl Scouts of ing period.the .
talk she answeredI Others present were: Mrs. Lee H.
of Mrs J. E. Causen Monday After her
evening., Mia Flatter a* she l. I questions put by the club member Lehman, Miss France Arthur,
I Mill Kathryn Gut Carrie HOMESTEAD F.-T. A. at this
known 1 short and corrective exercise Mitt program meeting will
professionally on a gave I
Belle Miss TO MEET FEB. SMr S be Circle
vacation Inn the eeJIege, and The committee Making a. meet- Caves Eleanor Holferty given by Three. The
while here hoe Opened t. ttwdto for fug plae for *# slab was Inifauct Min Elizabeth McHWaln Miss *. Walter Beckham, presided social Committee, Mrs. Saunders,
expression speech correction and el to continue: Its search for suitable Marjorie Redd, MU Ellen Huff, of the Dade County Council of Mr. Bert Andrew, Mrs. J. R. Rut
physical beauty In the. C II: Eichra- quarter Mil Lou Belle GreWieO Miss Parent and Teacher will peak land and Mrs. J. M. Forte will
berger home in tfaramja. Tie club decided to ban a bootH Lutllle West, Miss Nella Saul, at the founder1 Day program of have charge of a covered dish

'You appenraflee it key to at lh*> bad* County Ti.ptol.l Fair Miss Effle Booth. Miss Esther the Homestead P.-T. A. In the luncheon at noon. .
your personality," she aid. "Your which begins on Feb. 22, and to Pope, Miss Jane Robinson Miss Neva King Cooper School auditorium "
eye are the soul of your' personality ,omit the next regular! meeting Bonnie Ellin, Mill Jane Gatlin, it :i o'clock on Thursday MRS. I. t. CLOSE
your mouth reveal your which uld fait on that date Mill Jane Keetejr, Mlal Marcia I Feb. 25. ENTERTAINS HI-LEAGUE
GsuzeM, Miss Annabel Red'd.Buddy The Hi-Leagu. of the Homestead

LAYMEN'S tKACUt HAS FISH mar weft Ole high MOM prties. I Robert Fitzpatrick, Garland Wynn W. M. V. CtBCLk' GIVES Methodist Church held a business
FRY AT LElHtAM: HOME Those present Included: Mr. and I Gauzeni, AlVaB Taylor PROGRAM ON "THE JEW" meeting at the home of the leader.

The Laymen' League of St. Mrs. Bevo Webb, Mr. and Mrs. ;Tommy M. Sylvester Calling, Lewis, Frank Knight Welch, John, W. "The Jew1 Wa the subject ofa Mr*. J. E. Close, Monday night"

John's Episcopal Chinch Met at Ceo. If. WolcefeM, Mr. and Mrs. Hlckson, Kermit Gibb, Sam program given)' W. M.! U. Circle I After the business session game
the home of Lee H. Lehman for a Frank Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Bird, Greenwood, Landon Rlckson. and One at meeting .f alt four ttrcle were were played and refreshments
fish fry and business meeting Wednesday Mr. and Mrs Sommers, Mrs. L. Aped Carter. I In the First Baptist Church Wed- served.
night after the Ash Wednesday D. Jones, a guest, and the host and nesday. M... Chesley Saunders Those attending were: Marjorie
service in the church. Mrs. hoaf A. The Legion Auxiliary will meet I spoke on "Our Missionary to the I Mo er. Wanetta Koestllne Mar-
Lehman and Mrs. J. A. Hook were Wednesday evening in Legion hall Jew*"; Mrs. C. R. Biggen, on Jolla Lewis, Edwina Close Margaret .
and Mildred
hiitessesThose MRS. HAU9MAN! ttOKTE at I o'clock. Plans for poppy day The Law of the Jew "; and Mr*. Field. June .
Petty Nina Dyal Birdie!
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present were: the' Rev TO EPISCOPAL AUXILIARY will be considered. Pete Morgan on "Southern Baptist 'Nina Home
Milton B. Sackett, A. R. Livlog- Mrs. Frank Hausman entertained to Palestine." Mrs. Vera and WUlella BuIIard, Edward -
stop W. J. Clark, Dr. W. C. Ben- w.w.Aww..wwwww SummerUfl Kirby, Lewis Baker and
) the Woman1 Auxiliary of St. .. sang "Living.for Je- Billy Walton.
bow. Geo. N. Wakefleld. Ceo M. John' Episcopal Church at her The Calendar us.

F/'Jdl. Albert Caves, Edw. Stili nil, \home Friday afternoon. Duringthe www.w.w..ww wwww Mrs. L. A. Wise, the leader, announced Mr.. Frank Skill attended
H. 1.. Cook, L. Versos an
DTHW. Dr. business meeting the Rev. the program number
Frina; Hausman O. B. Parker, H. Milton Fth U-f"The Family Upstairs,' International supper given Jby the
B. Sackett outlined the and Mrs Q. A. West gave the de
Girl Scout
E Sehaff and M*. Lehman. a school play In Neva King Cooper leaders of Dade County "
of
course study to be taken votional.
--L- up auditorium. tt> Coconut Grove Tuesday
during Lent. Mrs. J. E. Gauzens, Feb. 12-Redland P.-T. A., executive Mrs. R. C.> Edward, president evening. ,<\ "
LUNCHEON IS COMPLIMENTTO Ice-,rea/den"/ presided. qf the union who
board "Beting! at 3 vim.Regular presided duringthe
MRS. II. R. PARMAN Refreshment were served by meeting at 8 p. m. business session Which preceded L'Cituranoel:
Mr*. H. E S hafl gave a lunch, Mr>. HIUlnWt t during the social Feb. 12Areme Club meeting at the program, announced that an Some Inconsistencies: we see
...m party at the Barcelona tearoom hour. I hone of Mrs. W. B. Cave ill-day meeting; Will be held March That often bring us smiles

In Coral Gables Monday in I Others present were: Mn Geo. Feb. 15-Meeting of South Jade 8 lit observance of the week of She couldn't I walk a block, but .ho
honor of MIS Howard R. Parman N. Wakefield, Mrs. Landon CatI -!Garden: Club with Mrs. Joel J. prayer for home missions, and that Can dance for twenty miles!
of Chicago who with Mr. Parman R obinson, .
ney Mrs. B. L. Blggen, Mrs Dick
nnd their daughter I I. Visiting Mr. I I Huff Mrs. W. J. Clark Mr*. Wm.I|I Fe*. 15-Social meeting of Ju.1,< -
and Mrs. C. J. Parman.her husI nlet Woman's Club of Homestead.
the, Mos. Sackektt, Mn,
band1 brother and *ister.ln-law. :. Mrs:W. R. Bird, Mrs. ; Fe'. Lunthe-orf o' W t8an'.
,' Others at the luncheon :1 I Club
were D. Jones of Jacksonville Mrs. of Homestead for Garden ll fI
;, Mrs C J. Parman and Mrs. Frank Club at clubhouse. t
L. Roseman and MIA Ellen 1rr
Hnujman.i I Fee. 1 -W. )t. J5. ejrale<< meet I I
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!i i CLUB GIVES SHOWER MISS NINA DYAL HOSTESS -Meeting of Woman's I
ji FOR MRS. C. J. PARMAN AT III-LEAGIE TACKY PARTY Club of the Redland I I
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Mr 0 J. Parman was given Nina Dyal entertained the Feb 17-Legion Auxiliary meeting -
a birthday handkerchief shower I numbers of the B>Lagua Of the at 8 p. m. In Legion hall. t
it Wtdneadnr( meeting the Methodist Church it tacky partyat Feb. 18-Meeting of Presby-
Ruin or 9Mne Club at the homeof the home of nor parents, Mr. teYlaa Woman'a Auxiliary at A. r. ? (
Mni Carl Dedea after a luncheon and Mrr. J;.J. DysJ; Tuesday even Arthur t>or at the Green Lantern. ing. Feb. Ja-.1!?-Dade County Trop ts
I ical Fair in Redl nd. "
Those present beside the hostess I Marjorie Moser won the Feb. 23 Teachers' Club meet-
I priM offered for the tackiest eoc
and Mrt. Partners werot Mmlprsnk
cog at Frank Webb home, r
Skill Mr*. II. It rarman, Ittr*. J. I turns worn by girl and Elmer Feb. 25 Homestead P.-T
H Webster, Mr*. H. P. MtDaaleL 'Martin won the prize' for the tackle meeting at :t o'clock. A. IIe

Mrs. Helen HackleV, Mr*. Fred oostiltrie testis by a boy Mar. 4-Sacred Heart Clu .'* annual ClI )
Redd Mr. Frank B. KIM and lira, I Sandwiches, In paper, bag werepassed dinner In clubhouse. c.t .
Jewel Brtioker. around at refreshmenttime Mar. -All day meeting of W L
r __ I with Punch in go pet cup. Mi U A

'* BRIDGE CLUB MEMBERS Mrt. Dr.. Trim t. E. Close and M.r. 11-Election meeting of
SEE BASEETsUUt CAMS :Mr* r. a Dirt ST., assisted the Woman' Club .( Homestead -
Mr. and Mit. J. It Webster' entertained young hewtot Mir 14 Rain or Shift Club
: the TeMhei Brld. PreaaMWee those named meeting with Mr- Fred Redd. I

I Club Tuesday night After the went WlMMtt Koettlln, Mary Super-wbitanca indicate

group attended the Homestead Grace ErtglUh.. Edwin now, Mary ito purity and Its luck ft
High School-Ponce de Leon basketball Ellen Gay June Perry Howard
New safe flotation earthly taste You call always
game, In'" wee played Waste Bilk Walton twin Cooper, of Briton Tooth Paste process clean
M.... W. It Bird and L, B. Som- end Louis Knight the hidden angle of the ount (m Retail Milk of
\ Magnesia
to neutralize1
teeth where decay danger n-
lurk. Briton whiten teeth. eesalve acid and to stimulate
And Briten' refreshing bowel, gently. Get your
REDLAND CAFE WfrlWthe flavor awakens your mouth. moneys worthl Be sure to (
YouH It Get a tube to
J dare buy Resell Milk of Magnesia
tea* A. N BOas. F>*.. geaaltaeEOCENE

DL Nlila No fUrl Lv"a'l3d I Permanent Fresh Ice Cream made LUNCHEONDAILY ::

i toH,'toning .....tt-Aunt; daily in store-our

see. biting curls_sWs she own 11 to 2
kind of a,.-.,.tae
Ilerubr Saturday lAM tin's site. hied we glen
DANCE Night[ Dance-Sat. Far .*.4116! ..... \/ "' .., \AV "'IIJI'

February 13th I ,....... with ..'wtae'iigtiie 'I KU
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Miwle by S1IAMI UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA W Neat Jr lot uoJulMiom the sesioe and with" gausses w.

CHICKEN AND STEAK DINNERS FOR PARTIES FfKMlIED leg Itft-tatonk cwlajBush's

03 It 11OCM: NOTICE. DINE AD DANCE WITU CS . THE DIXIE DRUGThe

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GARDEN CLUB MEMBERS Contract Bridff ExpertIs

TO BE GUESTS OF HONOR Here for Few Weeks I
A nominating committee, Mir GROVE
Jennie Lobdell. Mn. Joel J. Robinson
[1 Social Events I Mr*. Charlotte U Steber of I
and Mrs J. D. Redd. wa appointed THEATRE
Uleta N. Y. and Coopentown N. I
at the meeting of the Wo COCONUT GROVE
I Y., an associate of the Culbertson
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man's Club of Homestead Tuesdayby i Show 7 and I Admission
11 I Studio of New York City, Is .
N_ Mrs Harry D. Wolfe, presidentThe I Matinee Sat and S. .. JOt
spending a few week at Mn. I iugp.m.Sunday. .
REDLAND P.-T. A. OFFERS TWO HOURSOF elecUosi. will be held onJlfAftlt. Anna Backer's home at ModellerNtaneries

9.Announcement apd during her stay > Monday, Tuesday
ENTERTAINMENT FREE THIS EVENING I wag made that
: win give private or clan les- Feb. 14. IS. IIIPJ7'
the progtam for the ail-diiy meetIng
t* be held In the clubhouse 7-0:000 contract bridge. '
SPECTACULAR
Two hours of free entertainment 'companiment fcy Mrs Walter, Tuesday In honor of the South Steber wa for yean editor ,

ere offered by the Redland P.-T. Gaby; e damn by fou>yea*-gld Dade Garden Club would consistof Eastern Star Dial which Isaeee MUSICAL SMASH! ,
A. thin evening at Its February Marilyn Bethea; aiiislc by a harmonica tells ky the Rev. Harley C. Cora merged with the Eastern Star

meeting which will be held In the band nil by a group from, and M**> L L. Bow and a solo ey.Mrs. 1 Mttenal O. E.: S. paper. She Is,
school auditorium at 6 o'clock. the school band; M aceol'diolllOle: Musaelwhite.. The program also i, a past grand representativeand I
On the "variety program" plan- by Carla Joyce Hobson; vocal: will begin at IJO: o'clock. pact district deputy of the 0.

ned for tonight are: reading by number by Mv Stanley Wltthop! Mrs W. n Bishop ant Mrs. N. a S.S.
Mr. C. H. Pepper Mary Eleanor Mill Ethel Robert and Kid Era Ball we the program eommittM.
William and MIn Jarman; a Griffin; and a health play by'Mrs. !1 Contest ave planned for the Bedford, Pa.; Mr. and Mn. A. M. ;
chalk drawing by Miss Stephen; Mary Furry' third grade pupils morning session which will begin Sofineo Meredith, N. H.; Carl
a Mexican dance by Mil Coldron All patron and beads of the I al tl> o'clocfc A pot-feck banshees Edward. Miami; Mr. Know. Ml- :

and Margaret. Albright with ao- school are Invited.ed. I will be served. ami; J. S. DeVere Tampa.
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Anyone Interested 1* invited to Feb. T Loral Ouerry Eufaula,
--.....,..............-..- The president Warren Wood, I attend. Ala.; J. O. demons, Tampa; WillOwens i
Elementary 4.11 ClubBy announced that there would be a Fort Myen; Jack Dupree. I

Theda Proctor special meeting held next Monday Atlanta; Jack Standlfer, Chattanooga sit

---...-- night at the regular meeting At the Seminole Hotel ; Melvin Seen, Chattanooga.K. I
place. E. Estjr. Bristol, Tenn.; Gordon I
The meeting wa called to order
When "Nature's Magle", an 1--------1 Agar, Bristol, Tenn. I
by the roll call and the minute
teresting educational motion la-I, Feb. 8-J. B. Nye, Brockton.1 Feb. 8-O. W. Calkin. Miami.
of the lat meeting read. I
ture was shown by the M....; Mr. and Mrs. S. R. M. Hubbard, Bradenton: Mr:
Evelyn Sealey has moved to Nitrate Sale Corporation in Legion :Pompano; John McRee Tampa; and Mrs. D. A. Leslie, New Ken- :,
Key WelL We lure do min her. hall Tuesday night the Red- F. P. Flagg Maynard, Mas; Phillip slngton, Pa.; Phillip G. Puderer tit

Theda Proctor and Lillian Booth land Future Farmer assisted with Mauricl, Tampa; L. S. Witt, Washington D. C.; C. D. f ,
will arrange the program for the the eating. Homestead Future Tampa; Delma Owen, Tampa;; PMkburg, Fa.; Sam RtU, on1 16w 10
meeting next Tuesday. Farmers helped tot, Dr. and Mrs. Wade Stone red Tampa. Cole'j In p

Lillian Booth Betty Jane Jenkins The picture with sound effect, family Toledo, 0. Feb. -Tony Oobernalev ; Including
and Virginia Hopeson were presented ill entertaining: fashion I'' Feb, -Mr. and Mr*. f. .. Philip RlzMt Tampa; C. D. aONJA I1EME. ADOLPH

not here today. According to a report the story of the origin miming and 'Dtvlev Springs, Fax? Abe Neidea- Itw, Orlaadot J. M. Norg, MCUOU, JEAN HERSHOLT,
made today we have $1.44 In seeming" lit the ew from which I berg, at Louis Mr and Mr* J. tagton, IX C.; George Fatter,811"1 RED SPARKS and Many
the treasury. Chilean nitrate of soda I* obtain M. Phillips San Ignacio, Fla.; Mr. lanta; S. R. Tilford, Winter Others

Mavi Watt taught the girl ed. It showed also the effects: ,and Mr. R. C Hall and party, Fla. .

of the product on field crop The .. --
a lIOn,. Mr*. Redd gave the girl
tome seeds to plant We tang character in this film were Uncle''
the 4-H long the girl learned lilt Natchel and Sonny (the radio I
year, after which the meeting wa characters: ) and a fertilizer dea IIr. '

brought to a close with the givingof A second film stowed by slow ffTHISPROUfTHATALL
the pledge. motion the growth, of plant with ,

Seventeen were present. They and without minor element required .

were: Mr*. Redd Sue Moye, Mavli by plant for normal 'f r
Watt. Mary Radford. Theda growth. It ha long been thought SF A WV 1.9 Y0

Proctor, ray Sklner Dorothy that the three major element

Sullivan, Mary Ellen Dearing, Virginia nitrogen phosphorus and potash i
Hlllard Wllda Batts, Edith were practically the only Import.
Booth Katherine Kelly Phlllppa ant plant foods but experiment
Goff, Mary Robert, Katherine have shown .the necessity: of the
Dixon, Johnnie Clyde Betty Ball- so-called "minor elements" In all
ey. plant food. They are called minor -
element, not because they are|
__.....n................__ less Important than the major elements -
but because they are necessary i
REDLAND F. F. F. in much smaller quantitiesthan I

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By Wllll Hauler
Mr*. C. E. Elchenberger presented tfORCE SALES INCREASE II

e pig to the Redland Future Petro'i: Feb. H-January Norge BUM wQ
FarmertJMonday evening and tales "o\erlng all product totaled ,

the boy gave her their sincere 43,064; unit, a 4.6 per cent In-1 I 5 BASIC SERVICES
thank for the gift crease compared with the Ilk I v
Billy Hilion who wa placed ona month cf 1938, according to Howard I For Compute Horn Refrigeration

committee to provide a constitution E. Blood, president Norge I
and by-law for the Fed- division, Borg-Warner Corporation. I 1. GREATER ICE-ABILITY

eration of Future Farmer of District II I Ends "Cubt-Struggl*"and "tct-
Six reported that Alvin Froth- i i Faanbae"i

ero, Warren Wood and Larry Holt 2.
GREATER STORAGE-ABILITY
were needed to assist him to CARE -
fulfill his part of the committee' New 9-Way Adjustable Interior '
work. .
3. GREATER PROTECT-ABILITY
Later during the meeting the
:; and BeautyTrue \ \
president was presented with more Keeps food ta)-,fruiter' loagtrt 'A 5FAR
application from boy who wished -
beauty demandsthe 4. GREATER DEPENDABILITY ran
to become members in our ,
best of care at all
chapter.! Those who made applications time Whether you I S-Yfar' Protection flan backed by General

( and k- accepted were wish a wave, e facial, Moton.
Donald Herman Byar and 5.
'Allen a manicure, or any of GREATER SAVE-ABIUTY
Hartford the other essential aids "ntttM
After this the meeting adDumI ONLY ntNUDAIM
to beauty you'll fled Prices
. the killed operators al I

DR.M.A.BERGERDentist Pat> Beauty Parlor As Low AsSts ,I
ready to sere you I II
anre.t tact to"14
quickly tt any time.Croqulrnole =
$i, pintS ifs $11075.eia I
Spiral and
ear luMOalj S mow
Combination lag parts fotl mdm* tb esealed
PERMANENT WAVES atomor """my amt Easy Terms
36 N. Krome Anne agalntt atoisnu and dirt
Prices $5 $6, $7 i Gives turu-OUTY at amazing earing.UITHI (
" toot with an acesai et.cerk ;
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Office Rostra 8:30-1:30. la fof ui YOU HEED ALL 5 BASIC SERVICES
PARLOR 01aeleass
OPEN E\F.MNQS d P> II
D" 1PPOlNrM8lT Phone B39-R Berne 8Id,. la 0,011 Asa kw V'll be Salad your new t.frig ntoe away"am Don'sjutsaill
wood aisks.w.k one that a.ay _well a. acme wq"bill, ,
__u___ et Yd la XASICi ii Deoead Cosritri ABWT1'Hat ALL f I .
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I I a dossesIt a b,004 Come is.lee how Frigiddr, brings you eompten.ees.
i g0} to WSWoe..r knows before la At[| pujffc "l.yiCM..aaa'film I afsocet
Annie Mayhew FitzpatrickGraduate its quick. yofM/of alT 51 If ywt waoiia avoid rcgtet- west:I InM t t
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come W i ii .! .satisfaction hi a iey -
ottios N frigenmr. the Frigidauea :
Oberlin Conservatory and Royal i 1 7TOm'JTTS"'l! > going oa at oat amen
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Friday February 12, 1987 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE. _Page Eleven ..


-:1 I i To Join in Nationwide !I Il


f crh[ Churches 1 1r l Day of Prayer" for Peace: CLASSIFIED ADS I

I, St The John's members Episcopal! ; of the Church Auxliary will of 1 .I

| participate In a nationwide day ) RATE: First Insertion 194 a line; subsequent Insertion
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lof prayer for world peace today S< a line
r CHURCH Feb. 11 Werld's day of 1
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I The initial service of the day :1 1will
prayer observance at St. John's '
Homestead--The rtev C. N. be a celebration of holy FOR SALE-Ripe tan-
| FOR SALE orangea, e
Episcopal Church.EVANGELICAL .
fW'Uter. pastor. Sunday school at allusion at 10 o'clock this oom-I' j Cerinea. grapefruit fryer, egg s,

Preaching at 11 a. m. : LUTHERAN ing. From that time until t B GOOD FARM MULE for Mb-- Dr. ShonkUn Grove TI mile

tend 7:30: p. m; B.Y.P.U. at 7 p.m. ber of the auxiliary will be on I cheap See Qeo. W": Smith. (f21: I 1 west of Florida City. (o30-U>

(Prayer services Wednesday at SL John's-Redland; the Rev. duty at all times to lead the service I

"7.30 p. m.Feb. Ceo. M. Poth, pastor. Sunday of .intercession AH who are I FOR SALE You can make R. t. RED I'RYJRS-U.: or d=--

j i school each Sunday at 10 a. m. i interested in peace are urged to i iI I SMOO.M and up per year if you :' ed. Free delivery In city. Phone

..:I. 14 Morning aermon: English service on second Sundayof drop In at any time during the dayto buy this store for only 150,00! I 535-M. McEwen Poultry Plant '

-t' I a"What About the Resurrectionof each month at 3 p. m. and German add their pragan. plus inventory. For full parttru- (!

> the Dead?* evening sermon: service on fourth Sunday at !I At 9 o'clock after a vesper service i I Ian see Schorr reed & Supply I I GUAVA Jungle Grove JUICE Redland.II per gallon.

"The Popularity of Jesus." J p. m. the vicar the Rev. Milton 8.1 atom (tttt)

Feb. 17 al 7JO Final eon- Sack_", will conduct :study class. PUB: GROVE: HONEY-beavy, I FOR SALE Guavas, Be lb., only

left for winners In the Wo- METHODIST EPISCOPAL I for women on the topic "Redonnu- 'I deQtloua/ Bring your container I in small quantities. Jungle

j men's Christian Temperance Florida City Community Church I tlon". Other aglow. of tkh Hamlet( quarts. Thai lags Grove. i Grove Redlnnd,

Union contest for juniors and ;...the pv. C. 'Q. Nelaon, poster. class will lit bad4, the church I KkiH HI$ WIt)', *ait of iCronirav
Intermediates I curb Friday at 3:30: until Good CARISSAS JOe qt. CUTTINui
sponsored by the j2ltf) )
Church I
school
at 10 &:'m.; preach-
i and SMALL
PLANTS for sal-
FrlrlHv All of the district I
W. C. T. U. and ehurrhea of ; women
district lag al I'M p. m. Midweek prayor.and ,. 1 i who are Interested are cordially: !FOR SALE Finest quality'<1111I Mrs Oeo. W. Easel, Jungle

I Bible study Wednesday at Invited to be prey nt No offering I! try product, live or dressed. W 1:i Grove, Rrdlimd road and Plum-

i Goulds-The h*v. Noah Peter- 7:80.: I will be taken. J I B. Caves, 107 N. E. First avenue '

.___ __ 'I (pinch 3) I GLADIOLUS BULBS Plcaidv,
school 10
ton. pan-tor Sunday at Redland Community the
most spectacular and moot
a. m. a a. and the Rev. C. G. Obllreho-I' LEST WE FORGET I 1
m.
; Nelson
j,( ; .VV We, the undersigned members FOR SALE-Stwttand pony and beautiful gladiolus ever proriu.ed. ..-
: 7:3011. m.; B..Y at 8.30: to. Church school at 10
p. ; '
jI. saddle. M. A. Berger, Home- Flesh to salmon pink color.Vigorous .
of Homestead High School banket-
I. Prayer service at 7.30 Wed- 11. at 8:3ii. Mid
m. Epworth League :
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I tout. (J 1 tf) I grower and well Rdnpt-
ball team making the trip to Jacksonville -
;> neiday, week prayers and Bible study ,!
ed to Florida
conditions.
Highest
wish to take this of -
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Thursday at 7.30.METHODIST .
: FOR SALE Citron fresh or pre
quality bulbs site 1131
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CATHOLIC expressing our sincere thanks and
I served. tomato mines
Tropical
100 medium size tl.50
EPISCOPAL, appreciation to the local businessmen per per
Church of the Sacred Hearts and friends meat and sandwich filling ( 100, postpaid. Orden for ship-
SOUTH our among the
> E. Second avenue, Homestead; citizens of Homestead whose kindness 0%. 20c; pint 3Sc.: Calamondins In ment by express not prepaid,

i the Rev. James Cloonan pastor. White Stone Chnrtb-Homestead and generosity made It possible small loU tOe qt Mrs. Ceo. W. large site, $1.00 per 100 medium

'i Sunday mass at 1 a. m.; week; day ; the Rev. A. A. KoeiUlne I for us to enjoy such a pleasant Kosel Jungle Grove. site, $1.10 per hundred. No order

mass at 7:45: dally. Sunday school pastor. Sunday school at 0:30 a. and profitable trip. FOR SALE Petunia plants 15cdo accepted for lets than 2. Special -

..' i. Sunday following 0 o'clock mass m.; preaching 11 a. m. and 7.30 EARL SMITH. Captain *. Josephine R. Pratt, 300 N. j prices per 1000. E. T. Draper
ommunlon for women the first p. m. Junior League at 230; p. Beyklna. Va.
a CHARLIE LITTLE E. lit ave. (J22tt)
I Sunday of month; for men and m.; Hi League nt 6:49: p. m.: Senior DUKES WEST I I _

11 boys, the second Sunday of month. League at 7 p. m. Prayer meetIng PIERRE McDANIEL MANGO CHUTNEY 30 an os or MISCELLANEOUSMRS.

', Holy hour Thursday before first at 7 JO p. m. Wednesday.Feb. tin a pint. Jungle Grove.
Friday of month at 7.49 p. m. Mass MARTIN BISHOP I CHARLOT: O. 8TEBFR,
HARVEY RUERANDOLPH : I I I PEDIGREED Silver Persian kit- certified Culbertaon teacher of
first Friday at 7:30: a. m. Benediction 14 Morning message:
of the Blessed Sacramentafter What Is Prayer" Special I CAVES: tent. Mn. J. T. Lewis. Filling contract bridge, private or ilaulesconi.

mass.CHRISTIAN. miulo. Evening message ".. WILLIAM McMICHAEL I Station Redland Td., Halnlln I Get up your own four-

There an Eternal Hell?" Special CLINTON BISHOP 1 dr. (Pt 19) tome. See Mn. Steber at Mr.

SCIENCE CHURCH NOAH PETERSON I I Anna Backer's home at Modello
chalk drawing by L. A. II.
Young. I BILLY ARTHUR, Mgr I II FOR SALE Chayote 75c a

Florida City-Broadway and I II doz.; Chinese spinach 8c lb.; MODELLO: GROCERY: -- L. An-

Sixth street Sunday school at. Silver Palm Community Church I i I LEGAL NOTICE tree spinach ISO: Ib.; lemo!.. 2ic dorton fancy groceries Newton

B.4J; a. m. for pupils under 20 years I doz.; okra, market price; carlisa road and old Dixie Highway
-the Rev.
H. G.
of age; morning service at 11 Cowan pastor. !, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE Jelly, Mn. Ceo. W. Kosel, Sr., (pllt).
Sunday school every Sunday at 10 I i I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT IN l
o'clock. Wednesday evening cervices AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. 'I! Plummer Dr. and Redland Rd. I
which include testimonial a. m.; preaching services on tint, IN IHANIKRY. NO. "',,. PIANO TUNING anv repairing
third and fifth Sundays at 11 a. I NICHOLAB IIK'HAKLBON' Plaintiff, ... Good used plate for sale cheap.
of healing and experiences and remarks ALIDA M. MirHAFIWlN. rMradant I LEGAL NOTICES I
'''I t m. and 8p.m.Feb. ORDER root PIlRLIfATIONTO ? W E. Koon. 11) N. W. 3rd St.
on Christian Science, 8 p. I
ALIDA M. MICHAELoON (raid...
m. The public la cordially invited 14 Morning sermon I I unknown). i I 111'1 TUN JftnOTRriVW WANTED
I
to attend. Y.. pro horrky orti....d to minors to "' I i I ELEVENTH '
ry by the Rev. A. M. Ylrlen; Bill( of Complaint for dlrora' filed anlnotmi AND FOR BADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
t.J young people's service at 7 la UM above styled i-aua*. oa the auk I IN CHANCERY. NO. 41441. ,,i WANTED TO BUY-Sugar cane,
M Feb. 14 LeasonsermeBft lay of April', A. D. IM7 otherwise. the JAMBS GORDON HUNTER.: Plaintiff w.
e'elock and showing 'f pie- 01.......... of Mid I sill will be labels a.THIR IDA DIAL HUNTFR Hofndnnt.ORIIKR I I mangoes, all kind of tropical
'" topic: "Soul". lures of life of Christ by Lee m.fw-rd tor FOR PUBLICATION I fruits and produce. S. Rosen, 7
.1 ORDER to at pukltahrd la Tin rO IDA D1A1 HUNTER (naldMM an- I
;$ CHURCH OF dTBIST ... Po,_. '-<1oooo1..,...... for four __uti.* _). I E. 133th street New York City.
-- Was ar konkr resulted a* appMr t* the
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> Listed rkraary lath, A. D It.,. Rill of Complaint for dfeoroa filed aralnolrow. NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX
Bolead-Flnt avenue and Princeton _The Rev. H. G. Cow E. B LRATHERMAN hi the. above trial ,,_, .. th. Itktoy DKRUBml

f' N. W. Fifth streets T. J. Hunton an, pastor; the Rev. L. G.-Adama.j, CM of Clnr.lt Cart I of- April, A. D. 1117. otherwise th.tltmtloa. j I ( Rill N*. 1(1)
of Mid Bill will k takM a*
Ry M. swirl Depute Clork.irt. NOTICE IH HUUCBY LIVEN tMl'
f 4 mlmstef. Bible study at 10 a. assistant paitor. Sunday school at Ct Bal''I metl..d by MARY M. AVERY at sod
m.l J
?' communion fellowship 10 a. m. and preaching at 11 every CARR 4 OARR. THIS ORDER 10 be 1. ",.. ; Oon.ty Tow OrrtlflraM No. MU .loxwdUM
lolkil.m sae Plolntitf.Ir.b. : bier-Lntor.rbo: f. few, utl,5weak. and day of Aimum, A. D. t..,. ka.
f' preaching at 11 a. m.; preaching at Sunday. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. II. II, Mt .... .. 1t.. 111.8 aam ia may offlo. and bas wade owpliptina
M y*. 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday on tint Sunday of month.METHODIST I Dow February ...... A. n. 111117.IL I for a tna lord to ka wimd Ihnw.M. .
I NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX a. LEATH.RM"'N.C Paid' Certificate ..abra.M hllawIn -
at 7:30 p. m. FREE I win of Clrrult burg _...... prupnty ,In la. Cvuiriy af
(.....*> mil' N*. iu Ry M. SWIFT, Drputy CWrk.Kt. I gear, rated Florida, to-wlt
1 CHURCH OF GOD I NOTICE: la HEREBY GIVEN th.11 I Ifamt. ( Ct aval I 914: N x:% at its' of Nw% isa.rtb.
1 Fonda City--Mrs. Ernest Warren and J...... IMltw. kolifan sea)CARR a CARR. 11. To.euMr It Roalh 'Rano.
school lad County Tax Ortlflcal. No. l><'"7 b..l I Mldlor for Plaintiff II. 8s East ssaif.ls S Arms sort or /
D..ealead-804 N. W. First paitor. Sunday ward the Tlh. day of '_,. A. D. IMS, koflM > venue;, J. H. Dodaon, minister. 10 a. m.; preaching 11 a. m. and .._ la mr "' ,IH. and ...= *. I
II 8 m. Junior meeting (:.30 m. pUoatlon" for a t.. drW to h. .. Tk* a.ea..m..t af MM r.ropart ,wee
Sunday school -at MS a. m.: p. ; p. ; m. Bald OrtlflMU onfcrarM UM fo low' ISOTICB OP' AFTLirATIOH FOB TAXI the MH..atrtnt.rued won m the nat !

I t preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p.m.; Young Peoples meeting 719.: M* aowrlood ptuDrrw la the Omty ofDad. I Ii I PRIED N lw 0/1 h). L ... CORP. I
Rill
Ia Prayer and class meeting 7:30 .. sate of Florida, l..wit: ( .wale Union. Mid Mrtlflrata hall oa Kdmn.of I
Junlar Y. P. at 6 45 HEREBY: GIVEN: that
: p. m. Prayer NOTICR IS
Lot I. Block I, Rides a Bukdn., aoiordlnf n law, th* anp"rty duorrlk.
meeting 7.30; p. m. Wednesday Thursday i Plat Book 11. Far. 44. I"t.* Coontyof I' Addis L. Wownlt, holder. of Sate and.Cuvnkr led- .d; therein will I h* aold In th. klchml. kM.dMP 1'1
1744 Hued On
T.* Cntlflrata" No. ..
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: Dado. aialo of Florida.TV. at the c. daw oa the limit ,
day of July, A. D. 1.... .bas filed .am lamy ._ ... .
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PEMtOO.TAL aMomaiMit of Mid property soda. day In the month of .,. I MI,
f CHURCH OF THE NAZARENEHemeatead UM Mid, Mrtirieate, bond ... hi the win I offfe. and ka mad applkatkia for wMrh w the I.t day of February, IMT.
&I Unknown a taa do.d to k. Issued Uwraon. Mid Or. Road thb loth day of Itombir, 193d,
The Rev. W. J. Gould*-Rev. John H. Stroud, Unhwj Mid '.rdfient.. hall k* ......... I lllflraM nkrMo she ,fotkrwln, d>OFrlk school at 945 I mw. tk., ovwrrlkrd ta .b. County >f Dad. Blank afLuu Cloth. of r.. .. l
1 Parker Sunday school at pastor. Sunday : ; aroordlno lo proporty ... Clnnt ir
pastor. .
OMJ :rktrid. .wil'
lhor.ln will h. t. lb. ktekoil btdd.vat Dais County. Florid..
E. IM; a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. preaching at 11 a. m. and T:30 the c-r\-_ tat oa .... flnt! M.Hday | II U ... Dark Citrus Farnw Clntin Court -1.
1 1I. > In the month of ....... 1117. which b Plat Booh 4. I.... M. In the Canlyof By r>. c. D D 1
and 7.30; m. N. Y. P. S. and Sated Fkirkm.Th. ITIrJlRJI'M'\
p. ; FIRST PRESBYTERIAN: lie M day of Marrh. 1987. Dado \Is. 22, 11
Juniors meeting at 630: p. m. P'I' Dated this. |7tk day of J.niwry. INT.E. w M. ni.at of Mid p ,sans. sale
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:. R. LRATHEHMAN.Clivk 'HM Mid .* bared wa. UM soma N0T1CRPwtuanl
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening Homestead-Krome avenue of Clnult Cot.Cinuk pfl L. C. Jo.kl Mid John Wkb.rkaw.r.Vsir a the pro.blons or seeth.,
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7:30: p. m. N. 16th street; the Rev. E. L. Nelson d.8y County, Florida.Ja I MM omlfWat.ft shall be 14 af the BanklnaAct of 111. noHM w
Sal.la .4 a.. felt to "law. the '; ........,. National
minister. Bible school Coast. :1:ty;:,.. elms ky Tk. First Rank
atl th.Mlill W toM r
Feb. 14 o> Evening sermoni"TheAntiChrist" I N. C. STERRR7T DI C4) .... CoortJiouw *x* w .... tint M<....I Iw of HoavrwMad. Ill the city of Hummlrai d,
meeting (.30 :
m.; Young people's : I ( <. 111 Irt.; a It. ). :| state of PkirU. Oak Ik* Ihklllty hn* Mditock
d.' In Uw month of. M.x-k. I Ml. whhkh .pen the h....... of ..hotsat la _"'0.
p. m.; Ladies' prayer circle, Tuesday ...., tau'.
: the l.< day of II.
I NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX] ky the prwrlahina uf BortMn lift
Do yea resliie thai the antiChrist at 2:30: p. m. Mid-week prayer I DEED ,I I 5.t.4 this rata 4V .' J-au.ry. IIII7C. U. o. Revised KlalalM; w. sma bd, mat .J J
I1Ilem ..... made Its service at 7:30 NOTICE la HEREHY GIVEN: Mat Richard I' :. B. LEATHIMMAN I Snob.. M dM Frdnr.1. _... Art M :'
Thursday p. m. ... I Cloth: of Circuit Court.I _........ .. .
Cll..... It., hnl ai of City of shall .Mm hi, I. 1947.Or
What It will do
appearance? I 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m Mimi, Tax OMlfVlUa Numbered ItllT'|I! IMd. Cwa'''. n "rl4, .. I anise of tha 0.... of 1>1_.
lor yen and year children and J m. Young peoples' meet- I' and HIM. datad tko 41k day of Jaa*. rlirull Court Intl.I I J. I. McLKMIMIN. rwklrr.
p.
Where U shall from A. D. IM4, ha filed MM Cort"..... lalr 'I Br M. c. treRRcrr. o cUM i iI iI. Oct -Mu. Id)
come tnat1p.m. HI r*. 1.11. in ..
01'..., and has made apple miles for I
From which nationality? All I: ta* owd lo .lour Ui_. la ._.. I NOTRE OP APPLICATION FOR 'TAX \\oj
Invited to service. Fact and Feb. It Morning worship wi.h.... Raid OrttfloatM onhraro the. MOTH OF APPLICATION FOB TAX I ORRONOTICE !1So.
ffillowloc' diwrlhrd inopnty. lltuatod DEED ( .... Dill N., IoU
Scripture bronchi to light. The Conclusion of John'sGoaper' Pod. Cuuatr. rioi-liU. lowlt t 1"1 I. (smote Rill N*. lu) 'RAT'' IS HKW1RY OIVKW THAT
Evening worship; Lot a, Hlork U, North Went aWonlh.Anoa HOT1CB IB HKREHY GIVEN '! 111 OAINCO<<: Inr, haldm :< Rtal* And ConnlyTa J
I Princeton-tM Rev. C. R Con. I Addltloo/ Plat Book T. Pan M QAINCU. I.... hul*. of Stake and. Ownty > OHIfkam No. 4418k.a.4 ,.. Tit
.last of eerie on "Steward- In the City of Miami Coaotr '"f bad., I T.> CorllfkaW No.. MM fwiurd the 7th day day of AaawM, D. ItM ha ftlad t
; don pastor. Sunday school at 8:45: : ; ahlp. Young people In charge.HrIRITV..LcST sate of rl........ a -- hi Cntlflral. of July A, D ItW. kM MM ..,. In my. low .111... J'kM; marlappHMtl. for s
preaching af 10:45: a. m. and 7:30: No Ult7. The MMO MOO' ."' '', and ku Made .........<11.* for a taadord a nia deal to a* read thrrron. SaM Or.thTlno.1 i1
I of Mid property wdor the. MU Uar.llfleau to ho laud thMWO. told' Ortlfleat.omknMM mikraini .... foUowlaa, door II....
p. Junior meeting 6:30; young TkMPLE: or issued won In UM. naavi o( Vala the folwwliw. oWrrifcod nroMrtr. op""*? la UM. County of. Pad awl of
people's meeting at 630.: Prayer TRUTH k....... m the. County of Dado Rial of Fl..... .1orido. tvwlli I
I Lot U. Ninth la. Norlll w..t.11I bowitt Lot II, Kmrk U, Carol Ohto.. oV.thm .
> meeting Wednesday at 7.30; p. m. Hom.etead-branch Of Miami A.o_ AddU. Plat Bank f. Paso LM H, Coral Gables. lot L, /100._. a ""... Plat HonkI.
I* tha City at Miami. Oanty of I IIMdn I ... .ra.-I. Pan as. la Ihr Oonatiof : ; Paw W In .... Cwmtr .' Dad .
EPISCOPAL Spiritualist Temple of Truth In But. of FlorMa, o> amtraadta Daa*. sale of Plorlla.' HUM of Florida.Tho : !
I Woman's Club, 410 N. W. Eighth CarMWat. Nw. HIM. Th. Mini <|: Th aiionmimt of Mid measly In.... amnninnnl of sold properly ..ndrraaM
Second moat of Mid PW rw ....... the MidConlfkwt .Ito..... oltlemu.d' : waa w the. same the orrflrlral bawd was fca Inv none
8t Jolln'a1C. avenue avenue. Men's Bible class and slowed. was la UM. muse WVnhw. i'at UNKNOWN. I d't Richard
and Fourth street, Homestead; the young people's lyceum at 7.IS p. tvMpow.. i iI Unless Mid ....""'to shall W l ld rods Uakwa. ...I.ti... Mall be seism.4 .
Rev B. Sackett vicar. Mid Certlfkatoi Mil ka codas aowrdina- low the. nraMrty a Milton m-; healing by Dr. J. Carl Hobsonat I .i amordln to law tai dWd will, IMMIkvrwMi thmrln will be Bold I* th* hlahwl bidder .. ttutol. will be .w tn tM. him.v. .WA .
..Morning, prayer and sermon Sundays 7:45; lecture and messages at : on .... tlrd ... of Fobnmry A. D. al UM Court-kowM door ...UM first II....- I.. .>. I'aarttlMa ooor ..o the tint M_
at 11:00 Communion"- ,day la the. mouth. nf II..... IMT wkkkh .> la UM aumlk af Marrk, 1"'. welch
'. : ; holy ton.Dow Mb. toil day d into..,. A. D the ,.. day .. Marak, IM7 .... IM day of It..... 'loll. j tasked
.- ery Sunday at 7:30: a. m and first 7:30.OPEN I UI1. Dew Urn lath day of Janvary. It T.E. lab lot, day nf J......,.. 1111.
AIR BIBLE CLASS K B. LEATHkRMAN. H. LEATHERMAM B. LItATHF.KMAN.
> Sunday of month at 11:00; other J. .
: Clark. .. of Chunk Coort CMTh of Clrratt Court. Clark *t Clrmtt ( Court ;
i holy days at 10:00: a. m. Young Legion Park In Homestead or, In Dnda Coonly Florida. Dad Cavity, .......... 110 Dade Coawnr.. rk.Ma .i
I Peoples' Service League Sundays ease of rain, city hall, 15: Sunday clIt "" ML Ct Mfg Came _l.uy ...... cone awl.II .
i "Vy. se.(1. ST7r:na rrT. D. tt N. o rrrRRrrr D. c. TKRRRTT I''
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FINALSPEAKING I 1

ANY BRAND GAUZE .... '
I (Cbntlflued From Pass One) i
I, the Flint Baptist Church Sunday i MILK31g.cans..22c Toilet Tissue ;!
night. Richard Blggera ranked
aecobd. Others In the contest were
.. 4ekst 6 rolls .. 25
Carol W\UMC. ; Ray Andrews and -- -- (
Vlrgini. \.... Mkn France' 4"v
DOTM-V: Mm. WHIard flfleld and
Mn I. L Bow wen the Budget.tn Southern I
Lady PREMIER \
the BadUnd Community;
Chinch Martha January van .a' r
Salad Dressing Grape Juice
bronzr medal FK 4. Other contestants -:
were: Mildred Clanny,
King dark, Paul Ooanell and I qt. jar------- 25c FRI. AND SAT. SPECIALS qt. bottle. .._ 35c I
Albert January. The Judges;
were Min Lillian Torte, W. 1'//.

( speakers Thayer Redland For the and were and Florida Newton borrowed Homestead C.City Bernhetsel.from contest Meth-the I,l' CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE, lb. 27c II


odlit churche Wanetta Koeit-I
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line was awarded the medalMyrtle I KEDLANDGRAPEFRUIT: ----r-
tuckey won a silver Pare Gold ALL-GOOD
medal In as latemedlate contort Plain or SeV-KJalig per bushel ..... 39c
In the Could Pentecostal Church.) PEACHES
Other contestants were: Merle FLOUR2Qlb.bag..85c lib.can
Lott, Horace Lott.Olive Pope Mid
Neva Lott The judges were Mr! Red Chief Dog-Food ............ 5c No. 2% can.17c
Martha Nelson Mra. O. A. Hatnlin I
and Brown ROM,
I EXCELL
Others who are eligible to compete DRIED SUN-CRAFT
In the gold medal contest are i l lMary Graham Crackers, 1 Ib. pkg. ..._ 13c ,
Anne Brown who won Ina Bartlett Pears Pure Cane Syrup:'
Presbyterian contest last week, .
2 lb. pkf.Del
Lucille West who won the Baptist
content but year and Lorna Got-I j I per lb. ..__.. 15c Monte Prunes ....... u_ 19c --1/gal. ...... .35c
nail wfce won the Redland contest *i
laat year.Dolores '

PrMbjI rlan fliP junior winner contest of last the 1 1
GUAVA JELLY. Sr 15cSHAVER'S
medaL week wiU compel for the silver;: z

Dr. Shanklin will make a short
talk on temperance Wednesday:
night while the judge,L. B. Bom-; Handy-Pack ;
men, Carl Wagner and X. B. OVER..sEA FANCY

cision.Blackburn A are musical making program their will de-, Field Peas Whole Grain Rice,5 lbs. ......... 25e COCA COLAS 1

precede the context : 6 bottles.... 25c
No. 2 can .... 10POST'S ( No.2 can )
Net Fee Kim I (Plo bottle depedl
Workmen were making repairs' : BLACKBERRIES.... .__.....- lOe
on the wires of tbe schoolhouse one Grac
Lady

.' he dered Saturday aaked.In.,when"Wht a are little you doing wan-I I i' HUSKIES PALMOLIVE SOAP, 3 bars ".," 17c Sweet Pickles":,;

InatalUng an electric pwitch,"

said'J a don't workman.care,' returned the lad.'I 2 pkgs. *-.... 25: Super Suds, 3 pkgs. __........ .. 25c qt. jar ....... 25c'.
"WI'\e moved away, and i don't

go ui ihu school any moreEx..i I SUGAR, bulk,; STbs. 27cmNESAP




LONGHORN OR DAISY Over-Sea

APPLES FANCY CREAM CHEESE, lb. ... 25c Peanut Butter' .

EXCELL -

libs. ..... ... 28c SODA CRACKERS, lib.pkg. oo.. ....JOe 2 lb. jar..._.. ;,';35c" I

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JUNE DAIRY '"

Golden Ripe CREAM CHEESE, pkg. .....,.-. 7c JERSEY .
BANANAS3lbs. Tomato Ketchup i
ICE TEA GLASS FREE WITH

........ 13c MONARCH TEA, 1.4Ib. pkg. ...-25c 2 Ig. bottles 25e ft. !



It SLICEOC< PINEAPPLE 2 .No. 2 Cans sic .1



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Sunlight DAISY CHEESE, lb. .........._.25c LAMBSHOULDERS\ r
NO MONEY DOWN Country RollBUTTER

i )YEARS TO rAYRedlaitd < BRANDED WESTERN
See It At-, 4 or Whole

Appliance lb. .-.....oo.... 39c ROUND STEAK, lb. ........... 27c Ib .......... 14c
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rhos" u WESTERN
Iloaeei.a4I Local! KilledFRYERS '
I BANQUET
CHUCK ROAST, lb ............ 20c
Sliced Baconlb. /
MONKEY JUNGLE COUNTRY ROLLSAUSAGEJ.IEAT

HLY :._......._ 35c lb. ..oo--...... 25c lb. ..-..._-J35c ;




t ADMISSION((wHU bl4rw ttl MONKEY JUNGLEWTHCU.S._U l Joe lie c>. NEW RED ROME GROMIN BLISS POTATOES 10 fc 32c I i


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