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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 19, 1937
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
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System ID: UF00087294:00112
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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XXV-NO. SECTIONS TWO HOMESTEAD FLA., FEB.191937 PACES .. PRICE FIVE CENTS ;






i I !; MOVE HEAVIEST CROP SINCE'24'SAvocado 11 11I




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and Persian Lime F.E. C: MOVES 365 CARLOADS (


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\ Growers to Form Big Co-op. OUTOFSOUTHDADECOWOVER



Exhibit of Tropical Fruits at Fair PERIOD OF FOUR DAYS


I ACTION TAKEN Comprises More Than 100 Varieties --- --

THE WEATHER 116 Carloads Is Road's
I OITUIal owes at tht *wb' >fr.l lSUII
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The exhibit -tropical fruitsoccupying W. Lowe, first lieutenant to report
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BY60PERCENTOFPRODUCTION 1._ ** HtiMMM* rlnrM* Record for Wednesday
n display space of too M. Brodle, chairman of the tropi-
1IIu'lIl' Bae.-R:( r.
square feet, will be the lodestonefor Cal fruits division of the fair Mr. Dale Alone
both tourists and home folk at Brodle gave* Mrs. Lowe a tree hand Feb. 12 71 N 30.16| .08
the Dad County Tropical Fair, and every encouragement in her Feb. 13.. i i 01 j .a 110031 .47
I 83, PEAK OF SEASON YET
opening Monday Feb. 22, at the ambition to make the exhibit the Feb. U 81 I
Redland District Improvement As. most complete of Its kind ever Feb. U 80 93 30.031 "AROUND CORNER"21Hour
\ 'QIlatiCllfair grounds Redland gathered, together Feb. IS : 82 57 2994! i
I'' Feb. 17 : 73 > 47 30.19* .02 I
road,and Coconut Palm drive. CoL H. W. Johnston o. the, Switching Main
One Big Organization to Feb. 18 77 1 47 30.ISI!
The reason la that such a complete famous botanical garden In Homestead
-- ---- tained to Move Three
2.'Take Place of Many vnrletjt ot tropical fruit has and r. W. SUllman are o
Weak OnesOOMMITTEB"TO probably never before been put operating member of the commit Trains Daily
on exhibit in this country. There tee. MASONIC DAY TO

will be more than ORe hundred, Following are some ot the tropical Three hundred sixty-five.-
I PUT varieties according to Mrs Joseph fruit listed and tagged by MARKSTARTOFFAIRJPROGRAM toads of perishables mostly potatoes -
STRENGTH !N PACTUwyerGrtiwer Mrs. Lowe for the information. of and tomatoee--the heaviest
I .u those interested shipments from this area since the

Seeking CITY CONSIDERS Akee-Blllhia aapida, early: 18W*-werer moved out of
South Dade County 1y the Florida
micifcra. I
CoconutCocua
Bylaws to Keep Mem- East Coast railroad the first four
.pple-Annona reticu-
Custard
ADDING) LIGHT
bers in Fold) late. Tuesday Dedicated to days of this week. With the tack
of production still quite a distance
fi" "*RepresentaUveitial "P'fent PLANT ENGINE, '"Guava-appT'o-Aht fsldlurn rffulrnft..jays.'star : _Area Miami of Greater j around the corner, K L. Uifddln,
district superintendent, predicted
outer! avocado and Persian lime Carambola Avcnhoa
caram-
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production In south Florida met bola. I yesterday afternoon that the rail
Monday will be school: day sit] road would handle 1,000 tmloudi
wljh D. X TimmoDs, state marketing Increasing Electricity Demand (Continued On Page Four)
economist, in the Redland the fair It will also 'be Masonic of vegetable 11'01Ithe area south
District Chamber of Commerce to Tax Present I --- day, for the Masonic: bodies of I of South Miami Vila season.

building Tuesday JrnII'lIln'bd app Units in Year TRAILER PEOPLE Dade County have been Invited to Of the 350 carloads shipped by
foted a committee to draft I be present and entertainment will the F E C. so far thle week. its
charter and bylaws for a cooperative If the of be provide by: :Mahl Shrine I I rolled gut of 'America's outdoor
consumption electricityincreases I
marketing association. at the present rate, In SEE HOMESTEAD "emple Concert music by MahlShrine I I.t greenhouse" on Wednesday lopping .
: I Temple band will start by a good margin Tuesday<
Jjfhe meeting was opened by one more year the municipal light
County 7 p. m and the Chanter will I vaunted shipment of 18 can Yes
Agent C. H. Steffani MrTUnmoni and power plant will be AS PLACE TO LIVE
who has been studyingthe a capacity load Gordon ca"1II1'1 sing various selections The terday's portloiwaa 100 cailtwds
marketing problem of local, perintendent, reported to Shrine Patrol In uniform will I and Monday's waif only 90 At
towers and shippers of avocados council Monday night He recommended One Man Now Advertis- execute fancy drills Noble Mitchell current market quotations it is
and limes at their D. Price will deliver a patriotic i estimated that the four day' -lup-
request pre.agitte4 that the council apply -
an, qutljne of various mar to the public works administration .Ina' Trailer for Sale; address ments had a value of nearly $400-

keting tet-upi available to their : for help In installing a new to Settle Here Tuesday Is to be dedicated to j 000.Mr.
us*. engine in the plant in addition to I Miami, Miami Beach, Coral Caddis, who t* in charge
'The cooperative sqt-u, was *e* the two already In us*. Through Twenty automobile trailers have I I tables and Coconut Greve, and to I Of. the road's transportation system
le ted over that ot. a corporation the public works administration, used the Homestead Municipal their chambers of commerce. from St. Augustine to Florida
because user get what profits the engine could be obtained forM Trailer Camp since it was openedon Wednesday U Florida day- alai j City, moved his headquarters to
are made, users benefit directly ) per cent less than otherwise. Feb. 15-and many time that states day-veteran*,' day. Homestead the first of this week
from efficiency the 90-09 has avo Ur, Rue, Mayor. T.,J. 1r= number will visit it a* soon as the Thursday Is commercial day,.tor give Ms persons supervision to
Income tan or corporation tax, is Mr. Ivey were named new of its existence percolates and civic organizations' da,. I moving the big crop. His supervision
exempt train'the provisions of the mittee to make the application. I through the camps in Miami and Friday Is homemakers' dsy : is given In addition to the

anti-trust law and enjoys the advantages A state health permit has been north of Miami, D E. Norton, Saturday Boy Scout day and''almost daily attention paid,to this
of low Interest rites when issued to the new Homestead manager said yesterday. school dayDEEPEST. section by the road's district
borrowing through the bank for municipal trailer camp In front of I la the face of an acute housing freight traffic manager, Unk
co-operatives. the swimming pool building, D. shortage, the city of Homestead Spencer.
The proposed co-operative would Norton manager, announced with the encouragement of the : ; PLACE 1 Effective Monday, a spotting and
(Continued on Page Five) the city council meeting, 0'1 I Redland District Chamber ot Commerce -I! switching locomotive was stationed
I night.A I established an auto trailer INPOOLTOIIAVEu at Homestead for 84-hour-a-dajr
Rotes to Seek Expert I proposed ordinance which camp practically overnight Mr service In the are*. Three train
(Continued on Page Seven) I Norton, who came to the district a day are moving the vegetable
Advice on Shade TreesA I five months ago and had started Installing 24-JNCII FLOOR!crop out of South Dade the regular
I II I I trailer camp of his own mixed train from Homestead and
I design for planting shad FIRST FEDERAL la' Naranja, four miles northeastof I I --- I Florida City and two "perishable
trees along the streets of Homestead Homestead, knew the advantageof Digging Out of Defective'specials" one from Oouldi and
will be drafted by the community a location here and made I deal .one from Ferrlne
service: committee of the I QUADRUPLESITSLOANSJN1YEAR f Slabs to Be Completed "
with the city to manage the municipal About 80 per cent of the shipments -
Homestead Rotary Club it was camp. I I by End of Week now are potatoes, 45 percent
decided at meeting Wednesday nominal although
a The rate are
tomatoes and t per cent mixed
when the tree. planting projectwas I an sanitary facilities are furnished I Work of digging; out the defective vegetable Mr. Caddis said that
discussed. I 'I The site of the camp is the parkingarea section of the Homestead municipal ,express schedules are maintained
The committee will seek the I Paid in Capital Stock Almost at the front of the municipal swimming pool floor win In shipping South Dade' perishable
advice: of experienced landscape: swimming pool, a part of the probably be completed this week
Doubled Since crop, and shipments are on
architects: in determlng the treee dty'recreation park. Next win by the gang of convict put on the
(Continued on Page Eight)
that will furnish cooling shade I Dec. 31,1936The ter Mr. Norton feel sur- that Job Monday by County Commissioner I
and yet withstand high winds and several hundred trailer will be J. D. Redd following agreement
not crack the sidewalk with their I two-year-old Tint Federal camped In Homestead. on a method of repair reached Women's Dept. Entries

roots. IT*** ..lI1m'.tequl.rt a I Savings, fc loan Association of "And many ot these campers by him.. Councilman Frank Q Close 10 a. in. Monday
minimum *f care probably will t* Homestead almost doubled: the 'win become permanent residents," Rue and County Engineer Edmund
elected.: :amount of Its fully paid capital said he, "because Homestead I* Friedman at a conference suggested Exhibit in the _men'* departmeat
In the discussion the speakers, stock and quadrupled its loan on I homey, hospitable town In a Uy the elvis Nubs swimmingpool of the Dade County Tropical
including Frank Rue, Dr. J. A. I first mortgages during 1938, according wonderful' winter garden for thecotantry. committee Friday night The Fair may be registered from 1
Smith, Dr, H. S. Wolfe CharlesT. : to a report made by Chas. Right now there I* a convict are carrying on work begun 'o'clock Sunday afternoon till it
Fuchs. Jr., and O. R. Wilson, G. Turner, managing secretary, at retired rural mail carrier at the by: laborers hired tart week 'o'clock Uonchy morning, Mr*.
Miami landscape gardener, alii,the annual meeting of the association camp, and Homestead and the by Mr. Rue.Councilman. I Don J.: Fe u yra, bead of the department
stresmd tie tact that a plan for held recently. Total resets Redland District pleases him so Rue told the pool ) iM yesterday.
.. the v idle city would be necessary I' were nearly doubled. much he ha* announced his trailer committee that his tint estimate of Baked mules may be registered
before any work could be done Fully paid share In the assort*. for sal* as he intends to settle 11,000 a* the cost of repairing the M laVe a* 12 o'clock Monday, she
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Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday February: 19, 1937 ,


1 Boy Scout City Council Careful About Gold and Silver JUedals Local High Schools Send Glee Clubs "


II' L I Outgo)Rut.Enthusiastic'as Income !u i Allis Given. Marx i hW-C JM.Eleanor T.U.r'i'f'j..Williams.I Final. *, I' 'To Take Part i in P.-T. A.-Day Program

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I yon 11)4) W.c. T.V! <,.gflo} medal' i I i Both Homestead and Redland win Chose'Luclle VTrst, ViftlniaFrick
i- The trial and tribulations of'la! i charge of retaining too many i offered In the Intermediate oratorkal high school glee clubs took part Beth Hunter. Coldla Gren-
governing a city were experiencedby : 11 bunting dog in the city and atla.t and Lester Archer,
i f i contest ]!I In the Parent-Teacher; Day program 'nell Louise Harris, Madge Thompson
{ the Homestead Boy Scouts, t,: ,tempted to bribe the police when won the silver medal offered in1i given In Bayfront Park In Esther Pope, Edna Booth, :
,. .. Friday when they took over tile i -' they him. The-doctor the Junior oratorical aontost.wbea}| Miami last nijhf Mr*. Beatrice(i Mary Torrise, Birdie Horn, Eunice '
work of the city officials between I I finally settled out of court for a winner of preliminary contest,,Parvln president of the Florida Walker Elisabeth Skill Ruth
4 and 8 p. m. a* a part of National I I{$1 bill j I held In the various churche of the!]I I Congress of Parents and Teacher.,(Frederick Jane Keeley. Barbara
toy Scout Wetk A. O. Cain who also had bribed district competed in the first Bap-
j ;I I was guest speaker and junior and Done, Nellie Mae' Martin, Mary
The young "city fathers took the police after being arrested on lust I Church of Homestead Wednesdsy !,I senior high Schools of th*' count/]{I Elizabeth Kyle, Jack"Cstlln. Clin- ,.
their planes about the council table,a wrong-parking charge, wa* fined evening. .j I I II contributed band numbers, tongs' ion Bishop Elwin Cooper. Martin '
In the city hall promptly at 4'clock I J90 cent Other were fined for I Others who took part In the findcontexts ]II l I and drills. 'I Bishop Emory Hearing Noah, '

and began directing municipal I bicycle stealing, parking on the I were Miss Mary Anne I i Homestead &ee Club, directed Peterson, Billy Clark Howard i .
I affair tinder the efficient'wrong aide of the street driving Brown Miss Myrtle Lucky and:
Lamb Jimmy ShaUern. Billy j
I I I by Mrs W B. Mills, sang "The I
leadership of Preston B. Bird, Jr. I with a 1936 license, falling to top Mill Lorna Cosnell In th! Intermediate ". Walton Howard West, Edward
Bells of St. Ma ,"
president The meeting bore a :j at a atop street owning a dog and group and Wanetta Koest- I i I I Tomerlln Henry Dodaon, William '
strange resemblance to the Semimonthly nine puppies without license ,i line and Martha January Jn the I Those who participated were: 'McMlchael Rex Faust Harry '
I |' Hill
Monday night meeting Bon Archer was fined 2J cent for junior group.Both Dorothy. Sykes, Hazel Pennlngton 11:James Hardy and James Gibbs.
There was the usual discussion I not wearing a hat In the rain. R. i, preliminary and final contests Mary Duncan, Norm Go sm.n.|
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about the tad date of the city's finances E. Sherard, fireman, was fined 25 were sponsored by the Red-I'Bobbie Summerlln Mattie Callahan. -| Redland Glee Club, directed by
I Annabell and Marjorie Redd.! Miss Rebecca Fisher, sang "Come
when Lester Archer, chief, cent for returning from a fire land District Ministerial Aaaod.'I -
of the fire. department, suggested with a lolled fire hose The fine I II '[lion and the medal were purchased Margaret and Mildred Field Helen Where the Lilies Bloom".
tint the city purchase two new I collected swelled the fund to buya !!, by the association. 'West Henrietta Hartman. Virginia Those who took part were Mary
fire truck The council pres- license for the scout truck. I I Judge at the final contest were i', Done,. Martha Close, Ruby Dollar Ann Brown, Ethel Roberto Gwen.
fctent who was also finance com- The fire department 'Includingthe !Cart Wagner, Nathaniel C Starke 1[ Bonnie Myers Sybil Cheshire dolyn Campbell Vera Parker
\ irlttecman was strongly opposed chief and assistant and the Rev Edith Tamblyn Warren Eloise Goasman Martha and Ed-! Joyce Hilliard, Mary Graham, Evelyn -

i in the fire truck purchase for he Charles Robertson", assisted hief'l Chambers Ciao Chubb
had Just finished reading t lengthyfinancial a number of volunteers Miss Catherine, Fisher head of I Jeanne Calkins Annie Mae Rine-
of of pay eight dollars or serve six daysIn hart Cohen Leggett, John B. Or*.
reportHe swered a false alarm on afire the department expression .. !
JailR. ham Roy Campbell.
brought the question to k truck. They experienced the Waynesburg College In PelUYylI'valli. B. Benton forfeited five Greenwood Leuben '
I'I a Charles Hart, Billy
vote saying "pldlAll In favor aversion of all firemen for false presented the I
'dollar bond for running
over a j Hilson. Grady Cowan Geo Wright
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alarms when their return Rev C. N. Walker made'the openIng ,
of buying the fire truck say, 'ye; upon I
stop Sign
Ormand Cash
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opposed 'II?'; :' Then, he quickly they bad to wipe the raindrops I l and closing prayers and the j and Marshall.r
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'.h& ted.}:'Mf': The'a1*'tisd'it1Doing v ofl.th "-trvek. ;rBev. lt.1. NelsondavebpRCj4p' ,
I itural reading
the council the '
f police department of meeting Jack 'Service Held! !i l Dr. Lloyd C. Shanklin. spoke' "
which( Funeral ,
while Judge-were nteairt* '.Guaranteed Used-
the -
Catlin all was offenders chief war and busy depositing arrestJog : For James B. .Bethel j jJames i[,thelf'dlclslons: *':. '" .p-.*...',,: ;> ;. ,, -.

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1 them In the back row of seat In B. Bethel. 87. who died :Word Received of Death .
the council chamber Paul Rue I Cars -
his home In Rock Harbor Fri
bicycle patrolman, rode about Of Mrs. Crow'.l\Iother
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after Illness,
I.t a lingering wait
I whistle for siren. Although
blowing a a -
In Woodlawn Park cemetery Word has been received from
his bicycle was stolen at Saturday afternoon. Members I Mr Florence Crow of the deathof 1933 Ford Coupe, new top, good rubber,

leant once during the hour, he of Royal Palm Lodge No. 100 her mother, hire N. J. Meyer, mechanically all right ........................ $250.00
: Increased of
greatly the
revenue
of Homestead, of which he .
was a
7 Mr.
at Chicago on February
: his department Charles Little member, conducted services at the i and Mr Meyer visited In Homestead 1933 Plymouth Sedan, 6 wheel job, fair

was Kenneth assistant Glenn police and Charles chief Stef-and grave Turner Funeral Home for several month in 1923 condition -... ............ ... ............................. 250.00
:' ; was In charge of arrangement I and hud many friendhere. She
; fani Jr., were patrolmen. The Mr. Bethel was born In the I* survived by: her husband; two 1928 Ford Tudor-going at a cheap price 50.00
; police squad car made the rounds I
Bahamas and came to this country I daughters Mrs. Crow and Mrs
with the boy patrolmen on the in 1887. He had lived at Rock I''Gertrude Green wa Id; a son, Ben 1933 Ford Tudor, good condition .... ......250.00
: look-out for law-breakers
Harbor where he owned a lime Meyer; and four grandchildren. 1933 Ford Coupe rumble seat job :
... ..... 26>.00
A taste of his medicine .
own was
grove, for the past 20 yeanHe I Robert and Marguerite Crow and
) given Mayor Harris when he was leave his wife Mrs Lillian ) Ben and Marjorie Greewald. 1930 Ford S W Base Truck, good motor,

Ii I fined'Mayor"25 Martin cent for In parking the court longer of- J.Bethel M. Bethel of Rock of Rock Harbor: Harbor: two Freeman sons, POLICE- --COURT------ tires good .................... ........ ....... '". .... 200.00

I f than IS minute in front of thej' Bethel of Homestead, four I Bill Thalsen forfeited $29 1931 Chevrolet Coach, radio,.spotlight,

j' Theatre B. Bird Soda, Fountain.wife of the Mr former. Preston Miami.daughters Mrs.Mrs.Sarah L. R.Curry William, Mrs oi bond and to pay Jim$29 White or serve was 20 daysin sentenced clean ...;. ... ................................:............... 395.00

mayor we fined 29 cent for|10.. W. Sawyer and Mrs John Jail In city court Monday night 1930 Ford Coupe fair condition
................ 90.00
I. } overtime parking In front of Curry, all of Rock Harbor; and four by Mayor Tom Harris. 'Both were
::-" \ Brown Pharmacy I sister,' Mr Eddie Saunders and charged with disorderly conduct : 1932 Chevrolet, long wheel 1 base truck....175.00
Dr. J A. Smith wa almost jail- ,Mrs. Florence Albury of Key Don Johnson and Berg Sane ]
'. ed for contempt of court when hex I j West and Mrs.<< Rosa Saunders and charged with being drunk kid dl,- 1936 Chevrolet Master Town Sedan

refused to pay a fine of JUG on (Mrs Daisy Symonctte of Miami Don Johnson and Ber Sane. radio .. .. .. .......................................... ._.. 595.00
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Tonight 'I1.II. Plays AMiami.EeacK Iii Wilts Heart-Break Game' Roasted Soy Bean Coffee Substitute I
Over Redland 21 to.20
Lake Worth Last ,. : Eliminates Walton I Now Packaged in the Redland District

High up-and-
Home Go of SeasonHomestead coming Redland basketball School's teen lost a I n Champ Playoff Among the health foods whichare small amount of vltamlnes D andO

hard-fouahlllll1lO to Miami Beach being produced by Dr. Lloyd I The ash of the soy bean 1st
High School \U High School at Miami Beach C. Shanklln and his wife. Dr. Iran I rich In phosphates and Is strongly
play. iU last home game of the Tuesday night. J4-I. Kenneth Walton Nurseries basketball Stmnklln. at the plant erected on I I alkaline. Th protein of the so>
season tonight with Lake Worth Chambers, first string guard, team was eliminated from the their grove near Florida City In bean Is similar In composition and
u Its opponent The game willbegin twisted his knee In the third quar- playoff for the championship of the course of the past year, la a nutritive value to the proteins ofmeat
at I p. m. ter end had to .)eave the gam the East Coast League by the drink made from toy beans to take ,, milk and eggs and Is readily
A game has been scheduled with 'H* will probably be able to playIn YMCA Triangles 40-38 in a heartbreaking the place of coffee. assimilated. Soy flour show

I Miami Beach for next Friday night the district tournament. on Mar game in Miami. Wednesday "Th soy bean roasted and .only a trace of starch and U hipIn
d on the Beach court to accustom Sand I. nightMcCormick ground makes a delicious as wellas alkalinity, which makes It a
1 the locals to the new court Art Balda led the Miami Beach lanky forward, healthful drink." said Dr. wonderful food for diabetics."
\ Miami I High School's big basketball scoring with' 10 points and Strotherwas made a field goal that would have Shanklln "It Is one of our Har-mo The health foods of the Shankll
team doubled the score on the next with six Greenwood won for the locals a second after Health Foods, and we have named grove will be on exhibit at the
struggling green and whit clad made she points for Redland. Miami the whistle had blown terminatingthe 'Har-mo Cup' ". Dade County Tropical Fall
warriors from Homestead Tuesday Beach led 11-10 at the half game
Another Shanklin la
product a
I afternoon, 40-20 Coach C R. Cutterldge's chargesgo Walton trailed I tat the end of bean and nut-meat food called
soy
\ Schemer led the Miamians with to Fort Lauderdale tonight to the first quarter and 22-16 at the
"Hor-mo Roast", which la
five field goals and Little, Homestead play the Flying L', in a return half, but scored 15 points In the put up
In cans ready to serve In sandwiches -
'a big gun, shot two field goals I the district was ceded third in
game ,as a steak cutlet or In meat
and three from the foul line Arrangements are being attempted The Triangles came back with a Pie 1
for a game with Fort Myers In rush In the last canto and outplayed -
"In view of the fact that a great,
Redland Thursday night but nothing the Waltonltes In aU departments I EGeneral
Redland Area iii Teams er portion of the foods eaten, by I
definite about it Is known yetThe of the (am*. the American such'at '
Favored for TourneyThe people today- I
Redlandera. will close their McCormick, with 14 points and meat, fowl, fish, oysters eggs,1
season Friday night against Pone Brooker with 11, led the Walton I breads and other starchy foods-
baskeioau teams of Homestead de Leon oa the Gableer's court scoring Barrow presented with are acid-forming, more attention
and Redland high schoolsare '
a trophy before the game for Is being given to acid-alkaline balancing -
favored to advance Into thesecond Lesser of the Tw scoring the most points in the i of our foods," said Dr. .
round of the eighth high During the political campaigna 'i league, was smothered by the Irene Shanklin, who Is an experienced -
school district basketball tourneyto Triangle guards and had to resort
candidate strode Into a newspaper dietitian. "For a proper
be held Mar. S and 6 In the new to long shots, which for the most
off Ice. "Look here, he cried. balance, our meals should be
Miami Beach gymnasfum. Home- "YpU'vtwbMO.printing lies. *b utm part he missed Day and Tolson 80-:0. 80 per cent alkaline and 20
sl* TVitt play-Dinfa'-kf rp. m, t
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"Friday ahd Redland will play. In your paper. ; were outstanding defensively per cent acid."Outside Public UtilitiesHisnsUa
"That's right," replied the editor -' Lubel made 14 points for the of our fruits and vegetables
pompano at 4 m.
p. "I know It but what would you I YMCA and Hatfield made 11. one of the most nutritiveas
I Redland,. by virtue pt Its close Fa MS-M
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James with the leading teams In do If we told the truth about you?"I Younta, Schwartz and Green played well as alkaline foods ls the
-American Legion Monthly I good defensive ball. A, B and E, and contains also a
the district was seeded third in --
the drawing If both teams win J
their first and second round games
;the two Redland District team
Win meet in the semi-finals MiAmi -
High, Miami Edison Redland
and Miami Beach Are seeded In
the order named
If the local teams win their first

round games, Homestead will play WIN
Miami Edison in tilt second round F
and Redland will play Ponce dc

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School 'll t that in : --
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I Cherimoya Annona chtrl- QINuI'd.ta.' .
Frllays at' situ*. ---"...""........".-..'"..,............Mw.rMwwrxnx..x.rr..M..w.Mw..r.eM Tt-w Lueum nervosa
;' lead. Fit., by the Sooth DadePublthing and I Never felt that I was molaCttroai '1
ct. Br TIlE EEV. U O. ADAMS ff 1 CMr >niedlca. Queensland nut MaoedsMis
the Sabbath hotter than
AssMant. raster ef Mm-eta keeping ternttolta
t.. Methodist nlll'CllitDlTOJ'S when with this good man. His Date Phoenix dactyllferaFig Barbados Cherry Malptghia.gfebrs
1 lIEN ARCHER m Editor tint patience, his clean speech and Ffcus' carles. .
NOTE: This U the
f. MAsUOstB LEACH Alma second of a aeries ot articles on pure conversation were a benediction Litchi Litchi chfnenii Mammetj apple Ktammea
: ..._ AMtctett Edits Sabbath observance sponsoredby to me He told me he gave Urn Citrus kmoiiunv Americana.
the Hedland District Minis' one halt of Sunday to church worship Jujube Ztayphua jwJa ba. Spanish time Melfcocc bl.juga '
Vntertsl ki aecMi Use mail terM Association. and the balance .f the day hetvotthlped Kafir' plum Aberla caffra ,

?setter Mam I. !tIl. M the )tt Well now won't wt have some tm ,his,:en 1ne. ...... ,, Lemon t- Citrus timtatum Purptfgraoadau or passion. ,
: jfflet at....140...FleHda, under Interesting reading At our That U what we MjUy I&,"" Pineapple Ananas sativa. fruit ..."Passiflora-adults.

the act at March I. Hit.Bin. preachers' meeting tort Meek tve get over to you, my.dear readerst .- Massey tafwta Lueuma mam- OtaheiU gooseberry -I'h1U,
agreed furnish to our I brut pet, these 1I tea. Don't' be ajlay mosa. thus acidus. ,

TRICE $1.M A YEAR pen an article a week on the proper : to the wheel of labor n Is pot all Mango Mangifera indica. Myrobalan Phyttanthut em-
I observance of the Sabbath, and of )tits to work. We apppa0 Mulberry Marus nlgra. T>licsOthahettt,
I your conscience to use the Sabbathfor apple Spondlas" .". .
the Rev Harley Core and t wen Orange Citrus: auranUum.Pomegranate cythera
A Lesson in ExperienceI chosen for this week. I the good of man and the glory ..:.. Punica grana- ':
of COlt. Hog plum Spondlas lutes
once thought U smart fl Ia I not our purpose to expound tum.
To live M the
That country people nor to uphold the methods are worshiping at the shrineof I' Annona. murtcata. bin.Kaffir
Wet objects W pity. used by the Puritans to enforce the worldly pleasures and carnal 'I'' Sour orange Citrus vutgaris. orange Strychnos spU :
observance of the Sabbath enjoyments to think of God and Yaruma 'Cecropla patmata. nosa
Brown Avocado Peraea AmerlcannaRoaeapple Lime berry Tripnasla trtfoI. -
But now t ttav* Warned We come: rather to commend the the "Little Church, and '
That objects of pity to know that If you don't you will Eugenia grandl- .
kind of Sabbath that Jesus -
proclaimed llama Annon, diveriifollaManzanlllp .
appear at the gates of Heaven flora. -
Are those who delight ,
He said the Sabbathw
To dwell In in* city! naked and debauched like the Lip stick Blxa orellana. H'ppomane' man-
made for man. That He came
-Lynn Russell In the American couple found on the beach last Sapodilla Achras la OtL tanillo.
not to repeal any of these good Cocoa Chrysobalanu
Sunday. Mountain souraop Annona plum -
Eagle.
commandment end laws, but to lea .
: co.Shinls
fulfill their real Remember there are a little montana_. '
purpose group of loyal Christian and an Bignay Anttdesma bumus I berry Shinto molle.
World Calendar The observance of/ the Sabbath I overworked and underpaid pastor Jackfruit Artoearpw Integ- I Embllca' phyUanthus emblli. ..
II not a matter" of hours or .f sun ritolta.Whftt. i.
trying to keep the church: doors
New. reaches Vrashtngton from ups w rundowns, but in setting open, and trying to keep the Sun sapote ... CaslmfrB cduis Tuna p *- Cpurttta tana.
Wit League of Natlooa that it hat apart a certain portion .f our time day school and worship services Pond apple Annona glabra.
voted Mbmit to all government for religious worship and spiritual going Send them word to hold Golden aapote -Cashniroa\ etfu11 Hostile Hibiscus sabdarlffa.
for of the development "For -what wilt It Plantain Musa
proposals the adoption the fort that you are coming with *. paradtalaca.
I World Calendar ao that It may IX'OfitI a malt ahouW gain the your assistance and with your Star apple ChrysopHyllumcainito. Dwarf cavendish banana"
go Into effect on Sunday, January whole world and lose his soul" presence at least once each Sunday btusa cavendtshll.

1, 1839. The Sabbath la desecrated principally I Persimmon Dhwpyrot; kakL Barbados gooseberry Pere-

For many yean there has been In two ways: by world Ceylon gooseberry Daryellsnerbecarps. kia aculeala.Chayott ,
a rowing demand throughout the' sports and carnal pleasures, andy "Leave ft to tile minister and soon '. Sechlum adult\ .

world among statesmen, scientists > the carrying on of business and the church wail die, I Ltngaro Elaeagnus-phllip-. Loquat Xrlobottya' Japonlca.
high church official, and businessmen labor God depends on the conscience i Leave It to the women totkt-the penaia.Crumichoma. > Kumquat FortunoUa marga-
I'ua final adjustment of the : of men to govern them m I young will past It by I Eugenia 'bran rlta.
calendar. The tort change was II this matter for the church la all that lifts Ws: al nall. Satin fruit

in the eighteenth century when the i A. man had been attending a from the coarse and selfish mob 'Java plum Xufenla: Jainboana. -
Gregorian calendar was acceptedIn JUly Sunday meeting in Bloom-, And the church that Is to prosperneeds ftotm for More Dashes
the United States and other titCton. I1U for several night One 1 laymen on the Job Rose apple Eugenia grandIflora. -
nation. But the Gregorian calendar night while the meeting was still \ I "Why do you Want such t big
did not quite succeed In hi .progress he was earnestly invited 'Now' a laymen has Ms business.Z Surinam cherry Eugenia unlftom. sink" asked the plumber t

compUnhing Its purposes. to attend party at the homeof I d a layman bas his Joys "Well," explained the man who
The present reform of the calendar lone of his neighbors. The card he else has the training of his Longan Euphoria longana. 'was building a new house "when
will be on the twelve-month tables out and the I little girls and boys : Governor's plum Flacourtiuamontchl \ ;my wife leaves in the summer,
'UIere'7'
I : And I wonder how he'd like it "
: equal-quarter basis, L t: January people about them fora she's generally font tor a month.
It there were no thurvhea here ,
( poker tournament The man,
31 days, February M; March, SO;
". I And he had W raise hit children -- --
conscience! sald "Walt
t!trtckenl 1 r-
Til 10 June M
April, ; May; ; ; ; July.
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31; August, 3 September: JO talks Let tea.pray first" The in Godlesa atmosphere. I 1 I rI DR. B. tt' STEBBINS
October, II; Novenmber, M; Deb card party became prayer meet
.. ember S -wfth an wetra "Yeat ing. That Is the way to settle what "When yew des a church that's i (RatMtrad Opta---.t-II. peas praeHet aa Homestead)

Day" foitoMnf\ December M. This amusemeMe. and carnal pleasuresyou empty .1 Wt cam nave render you the same services In tor Homestead
make what Is-believed to to aperfect should engage 'in *n the Sib- ThMjgb the\ooru.. open wide office that you may get In bur Miami offices.: We have equipped
catondar. There trill bean bath day.Prayer. It U Met the there that's dying i oar Homestead office with the latest of instruments, each as
Changes things. It will It's the laymen who have died, II Amesow Orthoptor with which we can correct muscular imbalances
fn each leap
extra leap Day"
taint you tea cast the Intoxicating For It's not by song or sermon that and straighten crossed eyes.Rooms .
yeah.Many | cup from.your tips, It wilt caoae the church's' work: Is done I 6 and T, McCrory Arcade-Thurs. S:00 p. m. to 8:00 p. tn. r
movements lor calendar you to turn from the Sunday baN 'It's tin 1&1'tit the country I I Saturday nlht-T:3&: tt M:00 p m Main offices Miami, not
reform have received consideration I who for Cod 'must oa" I I W. stagier air conditioned. Phones 32315 and 27152. Associate.
game or other worldly amusements carry
: Dr L W. Stebbins.
throughout the world strictlyon I
to this church
their merits. The World Calendar thank you all. who have read 'I I Ingraham Bid,. with The TumHn Clinic. Room 416, phone
has met all the tests and Neither Church laws nor any I I'I'I humble lines and I hop they i _11213. Associate. Dr. T A. Stebbins. _
legal rules can guide you hi what '"
seems in a lair way to gain ; *> you good.raOPKALFRUITS. I "
labor you ought to perform on the I '
proval Sabbath day, but your God-given I
'P-j conscience will keep you right K
Cop HOMESTEAD HARDWARE CO.
you do not trample upon It I was
"Th.l is a' gop I have seen | (Jirrt entertained during conferenceat
Picture Iota'ot times and It the home of a railroad engineer ttontiniie From P. .One) GENERAL HARDWARE
i says Cop on Its aide."-I., B. M., in hi New London, Conn He went Cashew -- Anacardium occidental V1.WV516-M f Homestead Fla.
Detroit Free Press. j,with me to. church Sunday mornins ,
After a study of animals, I took /, but after dinner he paid, Banana Muss aaplentum
two youngsters to the too They "Now Bey Adams, you will haveto Coffee Coffee anbtaeCriamoftdln .
Identified the beta zebra lion and' excuse me tor the rest of the Citrus mttls I
!I a few others but when they camel day I nail si helper engine between Polo Cftrus.rieruniana
to the elephant there was a heated!her and Hartford until midnight.", Tamarind Tamarind indices {
argument' as follow: J I asked him to let me accompany PapayaCastes pufcy*. i TRAILERSNow .J
"that Is am elephant" sold Bobby -)him. as lives rurfefted with pen Carlssa -, Carters blsplnosaCutttey ,
"No, ft IsnV, tepUed Johnny 4 snona and Mdrenea. He permitted: guava Catttelanum I
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BIG CO.OP Home Economics to Be FIRST FEDERAL I I Remodeling Complete I II ,

I' Taught Negroes Here I I On 1' B. Bird Co. Bldg.arwesde .! GR'OVETHEATRE

t CMesita Page One) Howe e<'0.... u4 manual (Continued From page One) i Iag-:;;-eapala.ing of
not unless Til! percent training denaHmtiiU win fce inaUIgurated tlon on Dec. 11. 1086 totaled the MMdtag on South Krome COCONUT GROVI
of the production of avocado I in the Homestead colored $8.1<00. On Dec 31. 138 this I avenue, reveMly bought by Presto i Shows I and 1 A '
and Urn growers signed for mem school within a month Mrs. NeH amount had Increased to tl I$16,300. a Bird Motor Co. from U T ...'. aM ***, S*.
bership. It.. designed to talc j JK, W.lket.t Homestead South First Mortgage direct deduction : McOaurtney ws completed In- 1 u t .
the place of several packing houses i Dude member of the Dade County loans on Dec. SI, IMS, totaled Itch end out this "week and .. nw I
and sales organiuu that ttupU j|beard of public Instruction ..- $4,800; age year later this amount ready for occupancy by the
ate effort and equipment at ,nounced yesterday: had increased to $118411 stead Buick and Pontiac
present to the Increased cost of the[ The negroes themselvea raised A condensed statement af the Mr. Bird said .JIIHneo.I
grower On the committee ,tlS.-tonrcl..tM.e* ot, i itpingAke
\ are flnacUl condition of the association would mv Into the new Ito M.s6 el
CoL Alva 'Lee; Rftdtend; .tfttttrd *twe?' E. Schatt; Homestead W. H. Watts,{much ot 'th* furniture, fixture* April IS-" all 1Iat'sk
,Judge Mitchell D. Uric and J. S.(and Dllc ry.eedec1.caQQIo. ASSETS The uncompleted filling station I "Pip atiilb 11a
Eaton, of Miami and I. B. Broeckerof tamed from various other schools First mortgage direct reduction next to Ute building included with,
Silver Pal**. 1'in the county system that can spare loans .1"'64 .St to Mr.
the building In the sale
'them. A vacant building Is avail Stock in Federal Horn ,
The experience of avocado Bird, has been finished and the
growers -
able on the school ground Loan Bank ____.:... 500.00
In Florida I II that their organizations American Oil Co., represented in !
The home economic depart Cash on hand 699.10Deferred
are not strong enough to, the Redland District by W. pi>
ment has been sought for the charges (oranl
hold the member, Mr Steff.nl Cash of Princeton: has leased it
Mid colored School here by whites and [ action expense) ISO! .00 I r
The committee which contaIN for five years.
two able lawyers, Judge I blacks alike-by the white housewives Other assets n __ 18.00 I
so that they will not haft
Price sad Mr. Eaton, will study I entirely green material to break in 1 I Total .. .. $20,21068 The Poser
ways of remedying thi*Deficiency "
"I said the lady to
maids and by the girls so suppose
M negro
in drawing up by-lawl for the new ; ABILITIES "It t
I the streetcar conductor pay
that win be able to and
they get
organization, said the county I hold jobs as servsnts. The manual I I Optional shares _.t 400.10Full the fare of my dog he will be treated t. tl se
gent paid shams14,360.00
the same as other pasael1ittaI
: Instruction I
training ; soughtfor I
The volume of products from the I ,Advances from Federal be allowed to occupy a seat"Ot '
the that will
boy they
negro so I
prevent{ Persian lime Home Loan Bank 100.10Loans .
acreage and 'have something to hold their Interest course madam the conductor
the yield from the l prece2,400.00 be
prospective acre I In school and at the sametime replied politely 'ht will
Ie will be ascertained so that Accounts Payable H S3 treated the same as other passengers
be the of
learning use common
,adequate allowance for growth will Reserves (for fm*agencj and Can occupy a seal, provided
household tools that will esc .. .. ._ .
.be made in the new set-up Mr. able them to keep their houses ID ) S3 83 he does not put his feet on I
Steffanl said that It would be' repair Reserve '(for insurance) M39 ftp1-Montreal Star.
only a year or two until both avocados -' I aawrle ,
and limes would be shipped No added expense for Instruction TotaL .,mWM lent I I
,out of the Redland District in car- will be Incurred. The principal All subscriptions to stock and association has paid I per I ,
dividend sine It started(
regularly
load loll.Work of the colored school will all savings accounts in the
track ntahual training, and one I ciation Insured up to $a'IO-1 I doing business
of the primary teachers who Is each by the Federal !I I i i iI
Starts Next Week I qualified In the subject will teach I Loan Oartwratian, a government i Visa ear New shop.4 the Fair. .
On Methodist Building home economics < financed InstituUen The local Redland AppllMiee" mcslca4.

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.Sunday ing Church the foundation will school next,bundling week tot starPOE,;'i Orange Park Grocery I IB

In size It will be erected on the
south side of the present buUdMg
but far enougH back to permit the,
Volley boll court to remain aa It, KROME ANt SILVER PALM DRIVE LEO BERNECKKR, PROPRIETOR
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By uirng' son *, the materials!| FRIDAY AND SATURDAY CASH SPECIALS !

In the old South Methodist annex,| -. .
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which will be tom down,the buildIng -|== -- i

-commfttee hopes to keep the ORKCl MAXWELL lOOSE COFfEE Ib. 29c RAISINS
cost down to pproxkiMle4jii five!; OPS2Se a e .9c II
thousand dollars, the Rev. A. A.iitoestline .|I ,a boXcLibby'a .
pastor at the church.I'i

said go policy yesterday, la planned A with pay-as a-you debt- i Corned Pillsbury Flour 10 Ibs. SSe white [lease Vinegar

of not more tfha* a hundred dollars : ....... ........... II
at any time. A rtftaftcta
campaign Is planned tor the near ;

future 11X1. )II:: LAMP CIINNEY9 Campbell's Pork and Beans, 2 for.15c Arm &; lIammer I
vision is Md for a social i

ball and kitchen. ,i ........ ........... ... ge BAKING SODA

The Architect with building the C.plans.J.Wnmm commute ham,tirtpM .appointed -j 11 i!1..Th Salmon; Sweet Pickles, 10 oz. jar e e 9c lox 4c I Itan

41 the November ....
'ly conference, consists of: J. L. |1 . .... 9c Lux Palmolive or Lifebuoy Soap..6c Tall Cans Alilks
'Dul'tott.s. C Wynn. L. A. Young,{i ,
Ivan Moser J K.Clone, J H.
ster. A. B. Slagle Mrs J. E. web-I: : Smoked Sausage 2 for h 14c
j 2 111' Ib box SALT 2 for 5c
1s, Mrs. P. B. Bird Miss Helen ',:2 . . m
field and Mini Antoinette Moye := Ib .. .. - 16c
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Pave Six THE LEADER ENTERPRISE FridayJ bruary .< .,

POOL r Dublin University Life N Off_ .Unit InstalledAt

J Described by Dr. Wolfe Dairy by Local Firm

t. Can You: Say toYour: -Elt ployer.1. r
,(Continued From Page One) The strange traditions and British Redland Appliance this week Installed .
atmosphere surrounding college a heavy duty Norge commercial -
'
pool would have to be revised I'I'
l life at the University of Dub- unit at the Seroe Dairyof
pick-axe examination of the broken lin were described to the Redlind Goulds owned by Kelly Core. "lam trained I do
section of floor showed the entire District Lions and their wives,' The unit, with Its large coil- can

f I diving end would have to be Tuesday night by Dr. Herbert cooled brine tank and a Cherry- the work wish it" .
Wolfe S'I Burrell aerator, can chill milk as you
dug up and replaced
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Dr. Wolfe who Is horticulturist down to 40 degrees within a few
Tttemporoneous estimates by I minutes after milking This Insures
I In charge of the Sub-tropical experiment -
material\ men and contractors present station at Homestead, a product of high quality and low Men Are in Strong DemandFive
showed'that based on a proposed studied for I year at the Irish university bacteria count according to R. H.
I Done, of Xedland Appliance -
depth of 11 Inches and the which was founded duringthe manager
reign of Queen Elizabeth. The ,
area to be covered, the cost would I
ancient college buildings afforded
be between 13,000 and 2500. more atmosphere than contort, 13,602 Pontiacs Were i from other schools locatedIf
Concensus of opinion was that a and very different from the collegiate
: Delivered in January
., thither floor should be laid to fashion of dress In this

ovsjfetome the upward pressure I country were the black gowns that I|: Detroit. Feb 18-January retail wish work. make yourself valuable to
fttfc the rising water table In the Dr Wolfe and his fellow students you
ratty season, which was responsible wore to all classes and nightly to sales of Pontiac ears throughout
for the breaks In the old dinner. the United States were by far the your employer. He cannot pay you money unless
I largest of any January In the company's -
floor Excerpts from his diary which
It was suggested that County the speaker read recalled political C P Simpson history, general It Is reported sales manager by- you can assist him to make money.In .
Engineer: Friedman be asked to strife In Ireland at the time of his .

meet with Mr. Redd, who was present I stay there Several times gunfire During the- month just closed
and Mr. Rue at the pool over was exchanged by the political
13 602 Pontiacs were delivered.The .
a few months can secure- future
factions at uncomfortable] you your
the week-end to study the needsof an prox- best January prior to that was
the situation and that the com imity to the Amerclan student ,
In 1928 when deliveries were
by devoting yourself to diligent study.
The of graduate work at .
mittee meet gain Monday night year $680. In January of .13' the
to learn the results of the conference Dublin greatly affected hit life In deliveries were B.2S3. .
Monday night Mr Rue that he left the United States as a
It Is pointed out that there are
reported that a decision had been professor of Latin and returned as enough cars in dealers' and the
the old floor and instructor In botany he said. : -0--,
reached to dig out ..
Pontiac company stocks: to take : ,. ...1Homestead
underlying rock to a depth that Two numbers were sung by a care of sales for the next 30 to "
would allow the pouring of a steel- male quartet from the Redland 45 days
reinforced and anchored floor 24 High school composed of Ormond .
Inches thick at the deepest point Cash, John B. Graham, Cohen Leggett Shows' -Busines i College r',' :. .
and tapering up to a 18 Inch thick and Billy Hilson They were Chevrolet Gain
ness at each end the whole to be accompanied by Miss Rebecca In New Car Registration
keyed into the side and end walls Fisher at the piano.W. .

securely I O. Talbott was awarded a Detroit Feb, 18-Chevrolet.s I
Memben'tlf the committee were master key for obtaining more than position fn the automobile'industry
enthusiastic In their approval of eleven new members Earl L. is revealed la its announcement of
the plan. Mr Rue said that with Martin of Redland and Mr. Toddof complete figures for new car registrations I i
the co-operation of local material Silver Palm were presented as In the United States In
dealers he stilt hoped the cost could new member 1936 showing a total of 030250
lie kept at $2,000. Contractorsand new Chevrolet passenger cars licensed -
concrete workers say the job In the country
at ordinary prices for labor and ROTARY CLUB 'As compared with 1935, 'Chtv- AGAIN
ms'erials I would approximate rolet] showed a gain In passenger
JM'",','r $3,000 than 2000. (Continued From Page One) ear registrations of 273,552, or. 41.7
,i and that care for the trees after
.\ xrt Caves has been per cent
superintendent of the appointed project- they are planted must be arrang- I A comparison: with the Industry ONLY I NDRGEHAS

\ Hiin took charge! yesterday morn- ed>'Fire r.community service' committee '; as a whole\ shows that of the 3,404,- ,
497 new cur registered Hi the
that will supervise the tree 1 I I United !9 ats. 27.3 nor cent were i
'ih i ,1\I In appropriated I $100 .,
11'"nt''nit project i composed of Chevrolet The Chevrolet gainof '
to 110 pool 1 set' ,ir fund, the i' unty Mr Rut George WakUleJd and' 273,552 over the previous year IT !
sill furnish im indefinite Charles Caves i I
was more than double that of any
an, mist in convict labor trucks and Mr Rue thanked J. D,- Redd i other manufacturer, and exceed '
mu:11 1 j 111., With the receipt Wed- for the help of the Dade County the combined gains of the seven 'I
swtduy of a check for $100 from commission promised for the repairing makers ranking from second to
Chas T *"ueha. Jr., the I : i
pool com of the municipal swimmingpool I' eighth place in registrations
snlttee has $240 that has been raised and Mr. Fuchs for his donation
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by benefits or contributions so I of $100 to the repair fund. He's'Been Around
far and Monday night, committed I Visiting Rotarians were Ron I've seen a-bun-donce on a plate '
.Itself to raise $500! more as the i Bailey and Link Spencer of Miami A lamp-light on the floor; I
first goal In Its drive to completethe I I and R. W A. Duncan of Frostproof l I've seen a cat-fish in the sea I
financing of the project. ''flu, And a hat-stand by the door. ;

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i tomatoes and other crops.: We have some of the most modern
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v' milk and mail delivery daily. When you own a iron feature to make baking easier
d C l sod more certain. Wheat

in the RedlanrTDistrict you are only forty minutes out of Miami you cook on a new Norge

where a large portion of your fruit or poultry and eggs Electric Range, you can set
Only/ N.rf t JU the .11$1"' .t a glance whether or not

I are used. When you visit the packing plants you will see the Mil .heel control Norje uhrt- the the oven desired Is turned temperature on and has if ;

value derived from this district. Modem In t.afurttA.t count moil. been reached. You don't

liar to rely on guesiworb

f DOWN PAYMENT NOW AS LOW AS .Com in today for a demonstration -

of the sensational

.HENRYBEIIRENS $5.00 convenience features developed 1
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LIGHT" PLANT' I ; The, Redland Rattler I.
I : IIQIESTEAD SCHOOL' NESS I

(Continued From rage One) By SHIRLEY HARKNESSMn
," NELLA SAULS School Editor was given its first ,.reading Monday I, _nnnn_. ______. .----www.-----. w..w.w -.----_-., ....

tA{ -__...-.__..._.....-._.._... -_....-.....-.-_.....-.. .....,....._...._..nRR___ ... ____........_..........____ night, may move some of the Vlhlen's first and second cophony, treachery, sap, JKU.crat ..
t The home economics class in Interior i Johnson Miss Hoyden, Miss trailers now In the city to the municipal grade pupils presented a novel grip, and plump W<.'n.
decoration has begun the r Thelsen, Mrs Becker, Miss Lutx camp because; of the sanitary assembly program Thursday still ordering how they could
problem of painting, decorating, Mrs. Scott, Mr. Blackburn, Mr. requirement It contain It morning In the school auditorium. have overlooked "exam.
and arranging the furniture In the Lucas and Mr, Blelcr will name certain sections of the After the opening exercises Sarah
living room. This problem consists -I city where both tourist and trailer,'Vlhlen Introduced Mrs. Maude It uaed to be the hand that roik-
of selecting: piece of furniture !- The study hall was rearranged camps ,will be prohibited. Residents Chandler who gave a most interesting ed the cradle which ruled UK-
from a large group on mimeograph this week In order to give more however may allow less talk on life In China and a world,.but today It'* the hand that
sheets which have been I room for the library. than three trailers to park on their I'description of various Chinese makes out the grades.
I __ article
I arranged by the teacher After property a* long as the sanitary
proper balance for each wall of the The ninth trade English cUss requirement are complied with. Evelyn Gossman dressed a* a I For the lower fifty per cent wo
) room has been secured the wall I I* studying "The Lady of the The ordinance specifies, I trailer Chinese girl and Kenneth Ball asa I print the following from the Tulane -
i spaces and piece of furniture are' Lake" and Is making booklet camp as one containing three or typical Chinaman exhibited Hullabaloo:
painted and pasted In place to The eighth grade i* studying more trailers and a tourist camp numerous articles Including Chinese I "There should be no monotony
form the. four side walls and floor. "Evangcline" and 1 II also making a. one containing three or more money miniature boats, dO.ll"1 In studying your botany.
---- I booklet cabins a kitchen god, a Jlnriklsha, chopsticks It help to train ,
, The high choutle.llh' classes In order to prevent owners of a sedan.thair, a Chinesegong I I And spur the brain
I are studying the care of the skin I.I Miss Haggard's seventh gradeIs property bordering the alley extending I real Manchurian baby Unless you dont any"
and the proper clothing to wear.] glad that Alfred Vsrnadoe Is from Mowry street to N. coat, and pictures painted by M".I i ::
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The eighth grade health class Is,I able to be back in school lie was W first street between Krome Chandler while visiting in China. I '
studying; the teeth and also drawIng i lout ten days because of a stone. and N. W. First avenues from -. I HOMESTEAD 4-H CLUBby
I diagram of a tooth. The bruise blocking the narrow passage with A group of high school boys In-I! Theda Praetor
seventh grade health class. has' I will be eluding Ormand Cash Billy 1.-.........." ....
I Mr. McCarty, supervisor of building, a surveyor em- .
son, Cohen Leggett and John B.Graham
..1made/ health booklet and written elementary education, was a visitor ployed to survey the building lines aang Tuesday night at the I Dorothy Sullivan and Lillian
'I i essays .on The Duties In theHome" ,:: In the elementary grades last I and officially record them the Lions Club. Their numbers were Booth had their program this

i ____ Wednesday council decided. Angellne" and "Street Urchins week, Mavis Watts sang a sing
In English the sophomore are I Vernon Moore was given a con- Song" and they were accompanied I Mn Mary T. Carlson came to the
t: finishing the reading of -Silas The fourth, fifth and sixth gradeteachers tract to clean and paint the city on the piano by Miss Rebecca I meeting/ this week and brought
.' }JKarner"by George r.Uot.and: are J i attended a demonstration water tank for $233. The city Fisher Redland school band director i some seed.Johnnie.
meeting at the Central School lapWHSrffi Clyde Ferguson has
will supply the paintOn .
.mnktogt 0 <$I iotatI4l ,Llet-i J
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1t 'tIi1t'J'M'lIlIlf'.tUI1IO! The "recomme'ndafioh "by IrfC" stopped 4-H are-going miss
has
made a very attractive paint, first, second, and third grade In the Crelghtonlan;;' we read : tier I am sure Dorothy Sullivan
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cover for his booklet Haycock, city.attorney coun-
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h-acflera attended a meeting there Mary Dearlng won
cil voted to allow a $12,000 bond
11 Senior<;"'iP\4 *,. *. : ; fci i:l'Idtt ..t rnoon. suit filed by the Vermont Investment Teacher of Speech has decided prize for letting the table the
.ihu.d.j. that the ten most unpleasant words best Mr*. ROOd Is going* to give
Alt the seniors and Company, last September I
If; The new pupil; In the elementary In the English language arc: a prize to the one who brines In
j, Sc lt, Principal: I.. B. Sommeji, to be brought to Judgment The
:t r school this week are fifth phlegmatic, crunch flatulent ea- the best wok next week.
and Mr. Mcllwaln went out to, action probably will result In the
I|grade Phyllis Kelley third grade
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Mowry street canal for' the day payment of about $6000 by the
I: I A. B: Dlrlckson
-. The group enjoyed J boat riding,1 I city over a period of years, the attorney -
swimming and a' hamburger fry I i 1: The sixth grade Is very sorry to said
1 'J -- i iI I lose Dclores Papy, who has moved The Homestead Methodist PONTIACSIXES
In EnlilhJunlora are I Ito I Hollywood, Fla. The sixth Church was granted a permit to
I studying the four essentials of a ::grade boy are carving a castle erect a Sunday school building of
I good sentence: namely unity, coherence I: out of soup to be put on exhibit I block and poured concrete 40 by
I emphasis and euphony. i|I at the fair I 44 feet adjacent to the church. A AND EIGHTSWorld's
The senior have just finished the
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building permit was granted
study.of Milton "L'Allegro' and :" Miss Dorseys.fourth grade girls I Webster to repair and add to a

f/j 'II Penseroso"-. I entertain'. building on South Flagler streetPermission Most Popular Car

The general science classes recently In a contest This: clam I II expecting was granted to Hen-
visited the telcphonr-offr!" *!' five dollars worth of new ry Brooker Jr., fire committeeman -
In connection with the study of ,library books which It Is getting I to purchase a fire hose from We have the following New Pon-
the Miami fire department at 40
communication.
with the money which It got as
P.-T. A. prizes. cent a foot after testing It. Mr. tiacs for immediate delivery:
Mil J. R, Rutland substituted Rue offer to buy the old fire hose
several days this week in the absence The third grade; Is sorry to lose for 15 pent a foot was accepted.
of Mrs Becker. Shirley Blucher who has returned 6 Cj'L Coupe, black, dual equipment, w ith

Several o4If the teachers have to Chicago i aquarium. The children take white side wall tires..... .. ... .. .. $890.00
been visiting the various schools The first graders are very much turn feeding them. Peggy
fn Miami during the past two pleased With some new fan-tailed Chambers I* out on account of Ill- 6 C) L 2 door Touring brown. Dual equipment

weeks The teacher that have already goldfish, black mollies, moons, ness. Estelle Fatrctoth 1* un- white side wall tires and radio $1015.00
visited the school are' Mrs. swordtail and red tetras for their I fortunate In having a broken arm.
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6 Cjl. 2 door Touring, black.$917.00

1 6 Cjl. 2 door Sedan, brown ................$902.00
DON'T GO HOME WITHOUT VISITING THE
6 CyL 2 door Touring: Sedan, green,

dual equipment, radio ............. ... ... $1000.00

SHANKLIN GROVE 6'Cyl. 2 door Sedan, black, dual

equipment ........ _........................ ..:...... $912.50DEMONSTRATOR
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5 Miles' South of Redland Fair .'

I& 6 Cyl. 2 door Touring Sedan offered at discount
Corner Redland Road and Palm Avenue, / Mile' West of Florida City



USED. CARS

FANCY TREE RIPENED FRUIT .* I'
,. 1934 Chevrolet Station Wagon ;

Looks and runs like new.

: GIFT BOXES 1934 Chevrolet 6 wheel Sedan- .

r Trunk, new tire and paint. ,
lively Temple, Pineapple, iMf Gina G ng. Valencia Oranges; Once. Dancy
Tangerine) Seedless and Common Graprfrvit FM'ke4-AU Ounces, Tangerines, 193G Ford 4 door Touring Sedan.

Grapefruit,.w mixed. Low mileage, original paint.


Money-Saving Prices Effective to Apr. 1,1037 I
PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.

WHOLESALES t(% DISCOUNT ON US... WORTH OR MOREL

Fancy Special wraP..... Urge temnerelal box about M Ib*. __ "' 5oH rilOM II HOMESTEAD, FLA

t. Choir,, wn..... babel box, about M Ib*. _. -_" _____ .U ( :
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S. Lovely, wrapped, .ene-II..! bushel Den, shout U Ibfc,*.., .____"':" _.1.1.

-. .. ......Wad. wrapped .ne-faBrlh eowmercUl be*. about'IS Ib*. .. .%J1.M' ''I HARRY'S :WELDING SHOP

.. .& .1WIet'I',. .....|>p. V ..*., ttrU>1bushl bn, 'about 17 ,.*1.? .- .or... |I.*. I "'lNttTO FLArertobto
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Electric tad Acetylene WeldJiw *t Cylinder Bl ck..
Cylinder u.*.*. Alunlnam. Camino .I! tUOan.Atrtseastlve .

Tile. Show Place of SoutllFlorida"I, I MackAM JrlntCaUtiaf: 1* gat age* lot seals
: bearing ywwtag and angled ....mfag. connrfttog red pouring
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Pae, Eight THE' Ll'ADER..ENTlmPRISEfridaY': Fehnrory. _19,1937 .:.
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visit' our ..... shoe at the Fair.KMlaad ."T
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Homestead, but its line dee not I elm of "M. and hit eon. tnwet E. ,
HEAVIEST CROP I tap the vast potato swim wfclch'Roberts, toastmaster at the banquet "The *iho c Viewpoint" I A> U M*. n_.....
11, has devrto d Ia the OmridX SouthAVapattob la a member of the elan of __ Alin__ en 4 ___..
GafdencfVrrlne area 'U. Twenty Princeton alunuuwere f "\ ,
(Continued from Page One) within the lat three year pnaent I ) !
the market of the molt distant I| A substantial amount of shipments --- '
northern titles on the fourth morning I are made by truck.The proportion Vicar U Give SeriesOf Washing Polishing Greasing ,
j after tearing her*. I hauled by boat from Miami I
The figure, quote relate to r.)III erttourted at 1) per cent of the I'' Talks D1Il'for- Lent 1 tan CklHI tot and Oettvmcd 't'i .
t E. C. shipments only South Dade total. I
t totals (OJ'. the Seaboard railroad --------- ..i Equipped' for Battery Recharging and Service :
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j. could, not 1>* ascertained in \iJIej' E. P. Robert AtttocU The Rer. Milton
a for: tbii (bow, and oo a.ttempt.aa Priocetow Banquet![_ el St John'a Episcopal : '
made to \tanvate the ttcarratttp 'r rchureh, amrauneei he wilt de>; BUD SSERVICESTATION .f.fI
.: and trucking companle The Seaboard I Ernest P t obertf- was present I'I'i l,'lives a seeks III talks at T.30 p. m. 4 4Neat
hauls the lioo'a inure of the i at a banquet given in Miami Wednesday each Wednesday evening during Sunoco Product Auto Accessories
tomato packed In Homeitfad. I Bight bj IKe iraiuatei of beat
1 and travenet the limited tomato\Princeton University who live la I HI topic will be "8pelkln.I .I Kreme at flit rtiona Mi-M HMiealead, its.4t .
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MATCHING: the tempo of the Florida season, the coin-Zephyr Is the,finest: most flexible, most easily an.. t-) >

iV-12 brings a new rhythm to. died and, economical car, I have ever driven". ."I have; '

jnotorlng-Uiq! "flowing ride. Years ahead in design, .HaUppearane never enjoyed !driving any cat as much as this one."

i' i fend( ,performance, the lincolnJCephjr: re [These are just a few excerpts from hundreds of

) I ;q pelves Its most enthusiastic praise from owners :vhq letter written by Lincoln-Zephyr owners. Drive this car

; '; 1 have previously driven. much higher priced cars( yourself. Get the feel of its smooth-flowing V-12 per: : i
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I -"It's the most extraordinary ear I have evertowne'd': formanccj the effortless ease of handling,iu remarkable;
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I. a a 'Nejtf:J Before) have I experienced. such a thrill from; comfort and, stability, its: tremendous braking power. H Hf

' Driving an automohile.1. "JIaryelous ,ens< pf safety There are four;1937.models to choose from at pew low;

f lit J highest speed.. l<7h:> easiest and most satlsfac- prices. Foryour greatest thrill In motoring, phone your ; ,.

:r i.,..lox '124 milesj Barmy eve?experjeuce'd! In motor: travel ,Florida Lincoln Zephyr;dealer today. ;

a-XQ gqQltJDlJ.u 19 q gallop iaf ga:}'1e.. .47ht! Jin, VISIT: FORD FLORIDA EXPOSITION AT WAM.I '., tt

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Homestead Center of Redland District, Tbe F nian lime Is green" !mc I rovrcome' and the Persian lime is I
j.fI' 1. I b>. when at It* beat. Thto oar ow recognised iflf all market ottbnleaucdt

The Outdoor. Hot-house of America atltuted a market objection which ( en 'e..Ten)


: I Weslesq: T.Uoaf slew; Uf.lNNIf 104 CM *.* PINe lit
acid wo'! Ki t'lIr.r! DJnnr- 40. 1'"tettbl. M it* lie
tfcc was
erred to are planted on what prods ( : vtjufrg
BY II A. CAMERON tai I' I AU Kind ef llene-mad Baaa.tehee
land. ,
.f! known u glade nr" >j;\cnl bundLe .t fif I

'0: $>e Redland District 1 II the outdoor j I 1he fruit crop whiM Includes I beurlfig 'w4 VW f;" .ui Ire, Green Lantern Restaurant
hothouse of the rtat.on LaU the well known and promises to be- one or out ooottarodtable
,x Homestead, 30 miles south of MI- ADJOINING MOTEL REDLANU
|members of the CitruS POPuaI'1 U not la t.tct the most a
am,| eves a federal highway, to grapefruit. Valancla King. --- -,-, u
dial geographical center of this and Pineapple oranges tangerines, I
wonderful tropic: section of UQgelpt, limes, '-mOOll-ut grownon
.Florida. the pine land The formation :
While Homestead shelters II in almost solid oolithlc rock. It is i
many winter visitors it to not essentially Interspersed with particles of red I woOf
a tourist town; neither dirt or soil ranging In is It an industrial town. Tile; .from a handful to small areas of I
Redlatid District: l I' wholly M agricultural half a* acm and more which act
.' community I called pot-holes When this rock) I N1

Dad County wW barveajt 15,000 formation bill been ,vsuiliei !
1 acres of perishable crops during (plouthed) a top soil of 4 to 1
the, present wlnte season By tat;I Inches eaulU, and then the fruitMee.
I the greater part of this acreage *are planted. To a newvoraw I '
la located In the couth end of the it la a marvel that any plant or I II ( *
.-Ai,) county In the sections which an I ffuH will grow l*the rock, bv the ljVyHKTWiiKWi.itSfSSA
.: tributary to Homestead Of the trees not only grow but flourish ,' .
I Dade County acreage, 11,000 It tomatoes amazingly
6.000 acre Is potatoes and Some yean ago the writer had ,
the remainder ii beans, squash, the privilege of piloting a man and |
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eggplant, peppen and other truck his wife through the Redland District I
't cropi Let's give name The visitors I I
y: Only recently haa the potato be- were Mr and Mrs C E vat of Rullw
eotfie a commercial, Crap Up to futln, C&l 'Aftau Marveling at I
i five or six yean ago.the':yield was what they bad teen: ..Mr Utt who '
'I only four or five potatoes to a by the .-way subsequently will
} hill] and the potatoes were about president of the California A VOl' I
the size of a guinea egg It was cado Growers Association-lean :
,& then discovered that manganese ed back In the car and IBid: "Maggie x'R ....,- ra.ws oars t+s 1" a
I 'i was the missing element About Maggie, It ain't so; It aln't ao '
f,1 ono ton of fertilizer to the acre It seemed to him Just impossiblethat 0
& ii required for potatoes, and to any tree could: grow, mature '
VI this IB added ,from too, to JO* flourish and produce erop of I
pounds of manganese This re fruit: In this apparently Inhospitable
;; suite In the production of from lOll gut they doy Just the : I ,,.ac 4 w.
two hundred, to three bundled aameh I
ii; bushels ot acre.. CM
t potatoes an The avocado, also 1* right at:
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these 80 per cent will'grade No V.
home la the Redland District and I
Welt over three hundred bushel
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an acre have been produced by Individual -
grower; These potatoes On the same trip, Mr. Utt looked -
are dug wubedt graded and packed at an avocado grove, then
I and at this welting the three and one-half year old, which i,
I l 1 er 14 receiving from $1.SO to ItOW.j he sold would take fix years to''
: :" a buthelm.v--we.,*. ",... grow' in California I i i
The planting area extend tram Another member ot the citrus tT I
," Pertins mouth wen beyond Royal [amity-the Persian lime. tw I I II
Palqa State Park. a distance of become a commercial product In'I
around thirty miles Over this the past six yean. It Is a much
entire dintance a crop of some kind more tender tree than other memo
wllltlways 'be m sight and JJln manyinstances btrs of the citrus family -liven
the planting extendas I more tender than the lemon Up)
far as the eye can we I to about six tars 'g" there were
The vegetable (,-op-$ abo,' u,'-.- only .i few ndivldual tree' and


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V4 Oaken and Omlabm that,rettae a full p'ir \ '

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as take advaatase of the FHA Ms>evMf*
FtfA lasses lakai" Iblismeateab'a.oatbly: ps'uosal4 costiteloiitsc,,..9)out ICOUJ 11.-more of trips across the kitchen every year. Let

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I 20 Years TIre Hot hoase of America i

Ago, QUALITY PAYS ;

Whowd a ai p... Pus -- S....... ........ fast,:
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Ww AL Sam or -
-- ;wf mama sr font .aafa ... atrt 53.00 weak d4fspwa ,

; ,i M .... If me"how ast OrNor" is able Tbar MIN lose
'W"or Taman goes Got To obtain fertilizer must contain
nor4
by loff quality
ales
forme your
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\ ........, 6-0-t .s ......, mid pwEa pandbl lie. .. harsh. ad ;
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surmise to Sht.s ..iaeiuiaatmg.r .Mw Tan ms bow Hmtoinl'unpaid ..... ......d 1 I '
a quaJitr'producing
wants
... p.fswetrd tie. ewential elements net
aswwrrrrr.., tar bad ttow I or-
-, de, p..+raDC..-amsir' ;;.j
N Aracg Show fmimml fM t V ,} ... bad tor si.rResandfseiser
rMR. Jw .area. C Roes nvr s I".dsaL Mr now bow ) me &..... Tint tfearijr considered in fertilizer mixtures. I
/ 9l BM A. K LM. J CLK.MtaMC 1fwiwr d W' D I51r..- a war d for taeTit &. ;
C.dh..s, W' JL 6 L LisAdrams
+ flMhr e s -
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W MMfm. -!ir rr Noma J&IIIL wwa One Disow suss Imp marrow, SOILADES Mead of natural plant foods in cor-
O. ..... OMT Tliian. a aerI.. ill Pe.lawi.-. W061101. .. w .dewwle,.&
M fUBMiiL Eart a fdrro.w6 s461-
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Tkfta. ... X. MLMn.J ....,..- 1 him and -wwi t OH* ",* .* *MtoM, ft _rf red balance ef nMneral.org candcoHoidal.as-
--x.. Adbib x- and mtg*.,namvssad... rooms f r...** ...... to (to .... leg
da.lOa.r" Mrserr-tee Pools d IR. V X D..rs Tender- i-""'- a E. ......... d.e .....' 'Pcade, tales ow-0000 not .... Hire jour ,
and ... Jw Th.mr
and t"0' _
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zooms TINT
-1Jr. J1011100 ads d ad Commit .rotas ... c..enllhl J"Ia.,. ........ a ne ..lrslsis 4. extra pickings, which mean extra profits
Garver, and odeii Mont smelt d.''lease......d XL ad MM a.a. .. r .
Aaron e ah' wd Mn BrtOr ",( hw ,Palm 5emiay! Rai* w 1. to rftortoaiMr
T...... tans dalSera at ar( rand to ITortArtfrwry Swim"is
Draws .....: nedlrwd a" arm.'a .. -- ., AzIwwp IL E ...... rsowl. -
wm.iowed. bb .mnr hat J .
I. -lrvlf-.d botmiar bows

--Dos. r. II. r........ 6ww,.--.c.. fart .c he globe WI CALF
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p.ss d a.0 M. L a.n. ar-I laws4 ae Drees.esom d so....IT.. "' Crar pri .... lwroe
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t carat mead mats and 9.tilde ems -
Mess ill 1M Late d
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. wow Km IbOrtt. Mrs T1.ma, to fi. HMO .< pfcwtpiMrt bea-
Traday as.c.ialg
'Mn. tttkttm. Mr sad Mn Gaarlt.' CAJtL C. Ascot ZTHOMX5TEAO
WAXXU.
talon.. CullThe / The Meat Ii+la fAt 11. tDeprt.est .
Mrs Ir.*. Mn Ins Snkv% d AIrinIten aa1.s FLA.
-- 0"wa mort Notary arm'Mn. H3. Mr, M< Mrs T lama,
lewd own are&A"d.Lie+..t kinds
a.we members .. aaesdsswtIft Crw. rM" runfea ck I
e"st I. D. B...... A* Bar.*)*. Mr. Iabar. Mr ndwr.MMM. : Myrtle,''fII liir H Cot .Jodads'abtimmm ;. ,
D H. r.. ... V J. T...... VF Ida Sn&rt. BomM ASraMJM guars DOB MMBlC
WtoH, IL t EdvMd. J. C Pwrtar Mr MIll Mn Ed-
c.dIfII& J r. DYgbm,. w ... $4415 far kwo has ____ fill Ufa IH-. mt Mn ft M. fh/!:- J
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end t* TMSis ol dews V L r.tnr-led We4mmdry f"......... !. o :
Cook CoCo. r........ Mane Cw .ute sea r.rv.n .J; e I
and the QMo, GM goat" hat a wet tmIr.: -
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twirl," .'. .<... Co put a a H K Prkkfm.Mtwm ra.aa.r wr.- .!
: tunth T .>.ili .fvcfo wa.to.. tfato vccfc* IB a/ten/ 9.r,, '
er OMB tilt ctaktotd Mdi III Mi .,. ..... cowry teat ,
j .appsis.ra' Md obey fM u. ea.- _. CQeesiry --n ..t... .rd
I tract to .MJWMr word 10"y thai has U-eree fMr a ,
-- .id .... It r ..*..rdmftara food a vary rryAr.,. .
and Laden. wort Swad..y arnAaA a. what. f
af Mr. Md Mn C.jlt' -- cwt. Mn 8m rwaslam arto '
( dMr.. od Mn J M. Hdfem be esgrslaWed .s the air .a" ,
f a Md Mn M* McKJM-i seaambaby"Mr |
way .pent Sunday with Mr led cwt .... 1kY.c1l Mi
S Mn Ottfln: Vit : --I** Drrt rut far trvwrat years, ML Tailor peat last fia..toy, t
mmd to rtorida City i S* ,'hi Mm.LPrineeaowt
rd+l .bars IW her TraK as Draartror was hwaed r PKtttmrc, P.... Mtiwd SuixUy far,
t4 Mr pwuet TA. -I rI a malM with IMMM Mk'
rbrtda a rwmewatdy ..8.wwda --Dar Jk9je s said tour Theo-j: X. Mme, D.et
..... lit' hW,M Ml M .dir a., a busting.. trip
........ fII labor. .... .r.soy taro'r !.T. WI JIlt_ anmxk.IT .- I 7 Ctl. FT. CAPACITY Tan..
beniiisg .oiw a errhew... MIll II..-- wvtdtog at MlM Joe KdwlM
iI be lkP Wary. we be able b Mr. Arnold to nnounwd for|i with ttrSEaz PROOF tf
toot -.It Moray Go-build .b rrMajr rwftfcOr *.- ,| ,
\ haws pra1Mosil as gin as 1wam -- TWWCT ud leis mother Mi4 -
ALL 5 BASIC SERVICES
Who" i iJ Mn Bollard lock a trip to PttaftHwnnuck ;!
J j ,I .;..3.. z H00W: fII Shady (;teN: JML Jl ta the fonaomnd \
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mark far Sarre u"',. went l. Mimi In the after.sow IN' i
;i 1 P--d awto) Wadwhsd y awnpoog I. accompanied h:r Men Towrf. 1 GREATER IC&AEfUTY X t ti

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CMtal Moton ..dies faucet ..Ita,_ s
I I} Crop Seed such M Velvet Beam, Cow Peas, i i Comes.. toiqvkk ,
I 5 GREATER $!!!ABILITY ..., actkt. :

CrotaUrfa, Setbanla, nice and Sorghum. j I vole rrW.Skw Ina*0 4
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NEW INSTANT CUM UUASI
the best crop to plant for Mil (improvement I s te.,,MT., fcOmJfio -> meow" METER.MISXR

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February 19. 1937 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Pare Eleven

Graduate hospital to the home of sons Mr. and Mrs It Worley, Mr nity Church sponsored a silver tee
Mr. Turner's parents, Mr. and I and Mrs. Letter Walkup ef Homestead en Thursday at the home of Mrs.
Mn. Geo. W. Turner Jr.. on Bauer Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Lang- Lucy Hole. Mrs. R. J. Shepherd
In and Around drive. ham and three children Mr. arid ando Mrs. Hole the' committee h| .
Mrs. Geo. Hardtn, Alton J. W. and Charge presented sa Interesting 'I
Mn Frank Hausman wit spend Tommy Whitehead, J C. Donald- program.Mr. .
the week-end Palm Beach where son Curtis Cook and Lanier White-
Homestead she will assist Mrs.' T. J. Letch-. head. and Mrs. Max tfKoon of
worth in a flower exhibit Miami were Wednesday visitors of
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Langham I Mayor and Mrs. M. SUrerman
.Mr and Mr*. Wm. J. Geronimo. and three children and Dick Don-
their daughter Charlotte. and Dr. and Mrs. W. X. and
aldson were Sundayvisitors in King
week
Mr. and Mrs. Olin Wright of4outh last of the week to spend a
Misses Iva and Nina Dyal spent Opalocka. two sons and Miss Irene! Parker
Miami announce the birth, with Mr. Branch's brother and
Sunday in Hollywood where they left Sunday for their home in Indlanopo" -
and Mrs. B. G
Of a nine-pound daughter Sally: at i sister-in-law Mr.
visited Mr. and Mrs. Geronimo'ison
had
They spent a
flie Hunt hospital Tuesday. Mn. Branch. Mn. Benjamin Silverman and
Billy who is attending River- week here.Lawrence. .
Wright was formerly Miss Frances i side Military Academy. John Edward Silverman of Brooklyn

Brown of Homestead. Mn F. J. Byington of,Chkago Walton Joined the group for din. arrived Monday. Becker has been ill
I arrived Saturday for a month'lvlalt
j brother-in-law and ner. Mrs. Bert McKinney Miss Mar with flu this week.PRINCETON.
Mr. and Mn. Leo Bernecker announce with her
the birth of a even-pound sister, Mr. and Mrs Chat Campof I Mn. Preston B. Bird Sr., who Is tha McKinney and Max McKinney ,...._-_..-.._....._... ..........
ion, Ralph Eugene at the Victoria I Redland. A brother of Mrs.Cacno visiting Mn. E. J. Dyal, is Jll this win spend Thursday and Fridayon I
hospital Miami on Feb. 10. and Mrs. Byington E. R. week. the keys. When they return Mrs. A. W. MrVkkrr, rormponiiriitMrs.

Bernocker is the former Miss Jdn.1 ZalCBky of Miami. and Mrs. Za- they will be guest of the Rev. and ,-..--.-.,..,.......-.......-..,.................
don KUch. leski spent several days at the Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ball of Miami MM. Geo. A. Deuel of Redland
Camp home this week. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mn until Tuesday when they will leave i Edw. Mills of Miami and
for their home In Kirkland, Ind. i her slater, Miss Ada May Boyd of
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Ault of N. G. Ball. i Alabama of
were dinner guests
Redland Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sommen left .:...
Ithaca, N. Y.. arrived In 'Mrs. C. \I. this
Pepper one day
yesterday to be guest of J. A. Nor- Wednesday for their borne in .... Miss Cynthia Biondo who has Mr. and Mrs. Edgar: L. Knodle 'i week. They called also on Mrs.
the the winter. Lima 0. after spending two of DeKalb. 111., and Mr. and Mrs.
wood for rest of been employed In the Fort Lauder- :A. W. McVicker in Rock Haven.
months with their son and daugh dale telephone exchange for the Frank P. Seibert of Oregon IU.,
Dr. and Mrs. W. G. WlUard of ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. L. B: past four months visited her were Sunday visitors of Mr. and I Mr. and Mn. J. H. Burnes and
feenionia, Mien, arrived Wednea'ay Sommen. parents, Mr. and jars. Philip Bion- Mn. W. W. Severy and J. A. Sev- ion. Joseph of Lowry Va.. are

to spend several weeks with M--B.;;: wh1 do, from Saturday till Tuesday. ery. living in the Baxley apartments
Ihelr son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Tyler I this winter.
pr. and Mrs. H. S. Wolfs. Mrs. have been spending the past twi CITYMrs Walter Fred Is entertaining Mil I
John Rasdal of Northwood, Iowa, months 1JfQoltleatead. left Wed FLORIDA son who arrived from New, Jersey I Mr J. A. Hooks ef Homesteader
i-ho has been visiting Dr. and MrsWole nesday (pr.Bradenfam where they W, W. tVwry Cssvespeadrst this week for a short visit i granddaughter Patricia,
foe the past month left plan to spend sometime before returning ". I. 1 I and Mn. James Senile Jr., were
|hls week for her home. to their home in Albany Mr. and. Mn. C. F. Muzxey and Fred Parlin Is recovering from dinner guests ot Mn. G. D. ]Dar
Ga. daughter Miss Myrna French his recent Illness. cut and her mother, Mn. M. L.
Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Field an- Mrs. S. S. Shields and Geo. Cunning I Walker on Thursday.Mr. .
nounce the birth of a seven and a Mn. A. F. Arthur's father :W. of Detroit motored to Royal Mr. and Mn. M. Megner of St
half pound daughter at the Hunt T. Atkins of Lewes Del., is expected Palm Park Wednesday.Mr. Paul Minn and Mr. and Mn. and Mn. Chllllngsworth are
hospital Sunday, Mrs. Field is to arrive today for a visit Louis Wagner and Infant daughter occupying Mrs. C. N. Henderson'
the ,former Miss Elizabeth Cap- at the Arthur home.-,. .. and Mn. Hoelzer of St. of Miami were recent guest fiouse north, .f town since Mrs.
linger, daughter-of Mr.:' and Mrs. .. : Louis L who arrived Monday for a of Dr. and Mn. S. S. Shields. Henderson has moved to Miami
E. S. Cap1ir'.er. Mr. nStttt. Cad Field were short stay are occupying the Joe I -
dinner guests of Rev. and Mn F. CupperU house on Tenth street
Mr. and Mn. Ceo. Carlisle and Mn. H. J. Gilbert and son. Bob
Mr. and Mn. E. A. Drawer! of E. Moore in Miami Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mn. Hoelzer are on their Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Shields and 'and Paul Walker of Miami were
Meriden, Conn., and Mr. and Mrs. way home from a trip to Mexico children of Miami were Sunday ,week-end guests of Mn. Walker
F H. Rogers of Barre Vt., were and Mrs. R. H. Done had City. guests of Dr.and Mn.S. S. Shields. and Mrs. G. D. Barcus.
callers on Mr. and Mrs. Fritz as house guests last week Mr. and
Jacksori last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Mn. Newell T. Patterson of St. Frank Snow and M. Whlcher ot Visit our Nerte shoe at the Fair.
Rogers are on their way to Mex- Louis who left for Havana Sat- North Branford, Conn., who ar- The Ladies' Aid of the Commu Redland Appliance, Homestead.
ico and, will visit In Redland on urday. Mr. and! Mrs Done were rived last week are guests of Mr.
their ,_ : ..:,J. formerly neighbors of Mr.and Mrs. and Mn. David Snow. While here
:ZN '':'''''' ''' Patterson In St. Louis, Other recent Mr. Snow will clear his property I II
Mr. and Mrs, Bert S. Sprague guests of Mr. and Mn. Done on Eighth street, build a garage Check-Chart
and Fred Lott all of Pleasant Lake, were Mr. and Mrs. E. N. DeMossof and plant some fruit trees. Expert
tnd, visited Mr. and Mrs. N. O Canton Iowa, who ntertelned
Ball Wednesday. They have their hostt and hottest at' Rona'Plaza Dr. and Mn. W. E. King and
been camping near the Geo. E. in Miami Beach. two sons, Mn Catherine Potter,
Reed.home in Redland this week. i Mr. and Mn. Andrew Carper, Miss GreasingGuarantees
Mrs. ArmaH&acker: of the Mo- Flora Jane Carper the Rev. and
loll; ,and Mn.'R. T. Holbrook of dollo Nursery is entertaining Mn. Geo. E. Deuel, Mn. Bert McKinney -
wlnston-Salem, N. C., arrived cousins! F. D. Rice and his;I Miss Martha McKinney the Right Amount 'of
Wednesday for a visit with Mrs daughter, Mrs. Jennie R. Greene, and Max McKinney enjoyed fish
Holbrook's brother-in-law and of Wellsvllle, N. Y., who *arrived I fry at the Lockrle home on Tenth Lubricant in the Right Places
sister Mr. and Mrs W. J. Clark. Saturday. street Saturday evening
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Mr. and Mrs John Branch and Mn Herbert Turner and Herbert Mr and Mrs J. S Caves enter
Mr. and Mrs.Hancock of Sylvester. Jr., who was born Feb. 11 tained at dinner on Monday evening -
Ga, are expected to arrive the were moved Tuesday from the Post I : Mr and Mrs J. W Caves and I WASHING AND POLISHING





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II 1 Social Events in South Dade '1





Ii "WOMAN CLUB MEMBERS ENTERTAIN CELEBRATES IK-BERT NICHOLS BIRTHDATHubert JR. JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB HAS SUPPER HI f !

f f GARDEN CLUB AT POT-LUCK LUNCHEON Nichols /r. was .1 toil J PARTY AT LOG TAVERN IN PRINCET,a.
birthday
a party Wednesday afternoon -
'r About fifty reasons wen >fnt:-and; Mr Wm. Dunlop, :Mr. and toy Ida mother Mrs. H. C r Members ot the Junior Woman's J H Bird, Mn. Burley Deed"

i eat who (he Woman's:- of, M.... HoUliter Safe, Mrs. W. iKrone Nichols, to honor of Ma eighth jChib of Homestead wen given. a Mr*, t B fcanzey, Mrs t.: '

Homestead entertained South. Mn Ceo E. Reed, eauMwnaryShirkqr dinner and bunco party at he Log' Proctor Mn Augustus 1W
: Dade Garden Club at I pot-hick 'Mm. Ben MrtCfcmey.' MnS. Deiuty, CcrUne Pace Mr W B Caves Jr., Mrs R, ''
Mn Martha MoKlnney and Billy Jacobs won prima in Tavern Monday night by the February
luncheon lAd program meetingat P Sprafue. Walser D Perkins,
at Woman' Club clubhouse Mn. Ceo E. "Dead Mr. pinning a donbev's, UU in place tarty committee, Mrs. E. J. Hunter'H r'i/: Mrs'tlaude a"\'
Tuesday, H. B. Brockett. Mrs. Jas Me- and in a peanut hunt Dyai. Mrs. H. T. OXford Mn J. S. I bell, Mn :Russell Home Mn.r.t.t.

The Rev. Harley R. Con of Silver Cready, Mn R V Potter, M.... H The games were followed by a Horton and Miss Pearl Whftake t Robinson, Mrs. Paul II'YI\OI
Palm spoke on "The let Aft" C. Reid, Mn. T FWtas. Mn.R N wiener roast at the outdoor fireplace Mist Miriam' Burton won the' Misses Alice tend Grace Hob ;
end told 'trf the formation .f glacier Barnes, Mn !t. J. Dobbin, Mn J. tn the back yard high score prize; Mrs. Paul : Miss Ines Branch, Miss
and their effect on the geography -. M. Dobbin Mn. O.V.. Shots After this a birthday cake dec nolds, 'The low, and Mrs. 'St Bradley, Miss Marguerite Woe
et the world. Mrs L. L. fine, M,,. Flora Compton Mrs. R orated with pink and green flower Wittkop, the floating prl..' Re--j Mba/ Ellen Ruff, and two sues )
Bow gave fact t>n "The Human O Detmond, Mn D. B Snow I sprays and green candle was cut Others present were: Mrs. Mrs. J T. Benbow and Mn"Rb .
Sick uf Plants," and Mn E. MPniMtter .' Mn H. J Derbyshire, Mn. Elsa and served with punch. The Buchanan, Mrs T. J. Walker, ert Slsk i iI 7
read an article on "The beth CtnMil., Wm. M favors, also wen pink and green
John, Mn E A. Ennia. Mn. OOHnder Mrs. Nichols was assisted by
1'10"1'9 of the Bible .
Mr Lwl
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l Hr mdenburg "A Thrash Mn. Harry Wolfe Mnf Mn Adrian Jacobs SAC-RED HEART CTITB I I Mrs. Che Pope presided in\\
snag The children were Paula MAKES DINNER PLANS absence of the president.Mrs (
at !E" Singing and ""1 the Oar'd M. Sawyer, Mn Anna :Ruegg!' present :
ii ..r Tomorrow." Dr. Irene Austin ShankHn, Mn Kemp, Gerllne Pace, Barbara Special assignments to various L. SWan. Mrs. Sylvia Atkmi an
F Collier Mn L. W. Freemen I Jean Smith Shirley Dewey, Barbara I members of the Sacred Heart Mrs. Don Ferreyra were haste
Mis W D Bishop and.Mn. N !18. Blberta Bate Mn Don F like Jean Wjfcefield. Billy Jacob, I Club for the annual dinner to be Others present were MmBarcut
G Hull formed the program ommittw reyix M" I. T. Nixon. M.... Fred OeM and Joe Reynolds, Richard I given March 4 were made at Mrs. Frank Pane 1.1.... r;
aided MTI Harry D. Ware Pre I C. H nn. Mw, Joel J. Robinson,I Deglcr.: Clinton 'OIII per, Donald Wednesday's meeting In the society's Mlnnertey, Mrs. L C Smith Mn \
Mn Grace Smith, and W. D. BMi- Poney, Norman Connor Dale Faust clubrooms Cake and pastry F. Oi-Ificl. Mrs. Henry Mrs,
Among othm prewnt wen: Mr. op. I and Herbert. Itand Bobby will be sold It was decided, as Walker, Miss Marguerite blurts)
Nichols. well is novelties and the Rev. Jas.'Cloonan.
: MRS. -I The new enclosed porch with
PORTER BALDWIK ADVISES GARDEN 'I
I concrete floor will be ready for '
CLUB MEMBERS TO USE NATIVE PLANTS The Calendar I I use by the time the dinner is given Visit our Norse shop at the Fauv'lBedland

-. It was announced. Appliance, Homestead.

I Miv Potter Baldwin :;Wont; land road en March I. Fob. 20-.W. M.S. chicken dinner -

Palm Beach, a director of tho Present fceeidei those named and supper tn Redd building -i laic I"'I,

Florida FedonUm of Garden I wen: Mn J. B. Tyler, )lrI. H. C. Feb 21-Washington' birthday 'I'Ii
Club told the members 'Of the Reed Mn Loey; OWnton Mrs. H. program t>f Townsend Club in
South Dade arden dub of the J. Brodcett Mr* L. W. FreemanMra -,:I Neva King Cooper SChool auditorium
tj effective use of many of the na- tl F. Potter, Mrs. C. S. Stone, SaFsFlotation

nvi' pleats in the garden, when the Mn D. W. Shetzline, Mrs. Hollli. Feb ''22-" -Dade County Trop Process .
spoke .l a meeting held In the |ter Sage, Mrs. Jaa M. Dobbin, ical Fair In lte '1ond.
home of Mn. Joel J. Rrfbln on Mna. D. B Snow, Mrs. R. M.
Feb. 23 teachert' Club meeting Beans ltljJoa ;
'
Monday afternoon )frI. Ueo. E Barnes, Mn Ralph Desmond. Mn '
1 Reed-gave some readhtfiMn. F Fleftaa, Mni. A. J. Derbyshire, Feb at Frank 85 -Webb Homestead home P.-T. A. 0 .owuse *neIM> where decorSOC :1
Mrs. B. F. Comet, Mn Harry D. bnr i
Robinson assisted by her meeting at 2 o'clock. luifcl.
moths, Mn. Grace Wolfe. Mn Alberta Bute, Mn !
Smith, serve -. Mar. Meeting of South Dade:
j .4 frdeUgMrol' E. M. Frwcher, Mn, E Mix of I, .
ntrmhmmt I Garden 'M"I .
Club -Shanklln
xwne Mltfhtgtfft, Mr R. S groveIn ( "AClCAOEl
The club will Shepnefd. Florida City .i I tel:111i'mldaetrsncitu.e:
meet at Shanklid Mrs. Wm Dunlop Mrs. Don Fr- p m. : BritenTOOTH '"
grove en Palm avenue end Red-' Mar. Meeting of Junior 'Wo HASM&On2b
reyra and Mrs. J. D. Redd.
; man's Club of Homestead PASTE Z
ADRUNN! .
; STlFIANlS ENTERTAIN Mar. Meeting of Woman's.
I City and has lived there for r
22 ef
Auxiliary
Church.
Presbyterian
I AT Mr.>ALCNTI\E and Mn C.: PARTY R :years.. H. attended the Home- Mar. 4-Sacred Heart Club's annual C 0 SMC TICS C .}
Steffanl em Seed schools. Mrs. Rohrer lived dinner In clubhouse
tertamed CR 1
at
a Valentine
Monday party m Florida City for a short time Mar. t-AH day meeting of W. Sot 1M
night .
southwest Porvenlr at their, residence In and attended the local schools. Vt tJ -OJoIONS rI r I
They will Mar 12 Areme Club meeting' I
Bridge was played and stay at the Rohnr I
awarded at follows: WWI hdme In Florida 'Cfty until) they j I j Mar. 12 Election meeting<<: of
George men Dr can find an apartment. 'Woman's. 'Club of Homestead. I
Ruehte tint, Wm. j Klenzo
CIa.... second; women, Mn W. Mar. 18r Rain or ShineClub BriteLiquid
Mr. and Mrs. Wendel Lane of meeting with Mra Fred Redd.
M. Fl field, lint, Mrs. George I
Fri.<.k. second; cut price, Mr,. J.M.E. Fort Lauderdale and Bam Vt.,I Nail Polish TOOTH BRUSH
GaiiA iu.cuta. Mrs.were Fritz luncheon Jackson guests of Mr I and READ THE WANT ADS I
wen Mr end Mn. Frtek, Wednesdey 7 19C
Pr Laid Mrs. Rush, Mr. and Mrs. Shad, 2 5 c each ,
Chn kl'. Mr. and Mrs. rifleld. Mn] Good arslee-Coleed Hails

'gardHARIEY Oautnis and Mill Ekwnora Hag


{ I ROIIRER MED Hftt. Sandwiches Home Made
iM4 EDNA turns .
The marriage of Harvey Rohrer and ICE CREAM \
of Florida City to Milt Edna Crews
of North Florida on Feb. 2 by Hot Lunches DAILY
Judge Boyd H. Anderson In Fort
Laudertate Wag aanot.iicee' last
( week.

,I Mr. Rohrer U a ion of Mr. and
and 1\\.... J r Rohrer ot florid s


c To Make NEW FRIENDS

J CARE AND Keep' THE OLD THE DIXie DRUG I

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) t and The Rexnll Drop Store
"f' Beauty
t' Your telephone Is a means of quick personal contact:

with those friend and relatives whom you do not visit II J:1 ...
II True beauty demands a. often a* you would like,..">clalljr those who live ia :: J 11 kI. JIU
the beat ot care ot .U tether title
SrsRs. Whether< t'O.
w.A Wave. a taoid, Mot seed M.*,etplewhotre separated by distance <:LEAN ikud WHITEN TEETH

a manicure, or any of are using lonj dwtance telephone service to kdepfriendships with a\o.. the Osyct* tooth which
alive and to rewlet sin family tie*. The relief powder
the other esaentlal aids L penetrates to the hMj.. crevices between the
Z to beauty, you'll find from 'tI. tty and the pwaiurt< of bearing a friendly torch "Anon Bafrwhhsg: .?defeats 1I&a grits
1 the killed operators at cheerful voice fives satisfaction and value which are aDd It economical to II.".

'Pat's Beauty Parlor almost prlceln TRY CALOX AT OUR EXPENSE

ready to serve you Yet the cost qf a telephone conversation between What Calos will' tot your teeth I. easily
quickly at any time. f rim*)* *r relative who are Mile apart la surprisingly = w d.esetsteeted by J,1* your own home at oar
tiomoolgnele. Spirit and low You can tt an idea .f the low cost of "long distance 'ae1+ aspen.,, Simply fiU In the coupon with your
r Tem'btnaU.a hams bed address and nail It to as. Yoq will
from the lists of cities and rate which you will -
free a test of CALOX
i PERMANENT WAVES End in the front section of your telephone directory.If -JTfl6p DJ the powder tan more and

Prices $3, $6, $7 the town you wish to call U not listed lit the front more people are song every day.
.f your telephone directory, just ask your "long dis FREE TRIAL COlTOX -
PAT'SBEAUTY tance" operator. She will gladly quote rates to any point. ftlcKmzcae t Rowrw, Tit, Fdrs"lcI,COM.
Bend ". a." day trial .'CALOX TOOTH POWDER: at .. aware le
I will .
h.Nam.
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(Three lit tM BrandO 1wIIIIe. .Mh. n'SVtslal' date, PftI. It because OT. Those present were: Mrs" 1\'..)n,'
J. E. Davit led the Bible study. the Dude County Tropical Fair.rnext Calkins
I Mrs, J. fHOT4Njvtlt be .ffitrch I NA i I
were:
I [ Social Events I I BallaroK ThoivVKrAglst Mrs. O.U fihowalter, Mrs.' AlbertHyUm won the In Tamer, Jr.. und Mr-
|". B. 'BIrd. Mrs. Paul Reynolds mystery package.
I Mrs. I. P. McLen*. Mrs. Vivan
Booth, Mrs. C. B. .leer, Mn. J.
b. Redid, Mrs. ftWUs' Mrs. Dun
; VALENTINE PARTY IS GIVEN FOR YOUNG Williams,, Mr, las. Ddojlwrty.. REMAND CAFE
I : CLASS Mrs. Davis W9 Mn. Branch.
PEOPL 'S OF NAZARENE CHURCH MRS. A. NABORS ,",P.
The Young Matron's Circle met
with Mrs. Leo L. Poyser Tuesday DINNER lito PLAn: LUNCH Lie
The Young People's class of the
Frances Dabney, Mill
Livingston night. Mrs. W. a Nelan conduced ,
Homestead Church of the Nazarene -
I I and the hostess.
enjoyed a valentine party the devotional and Mr*. .
Miss Jennie. LobdeU led the
Monday evening at the home ol A. Koesffine led ni rayer. Miss
Mr. and Mn. David Frederick. Bible 'study at the meeting of Jennie Lobdell led the Bible study.
I Circle Two at the home of Mrs.
Sine the teacher of the class, Mrs Those present were: Mrs. WIl-
W. :. Parker, had been out ol I Lewis Williams Brandenburg led Mrs. Casrr >: burn Reed, Mn. Augustus Wynn, Sears Super Launderite
the devotional
town, Mrs.. Stella Chambers made Mrs. Lawrence William, Mrs.
arrangement for the party and I' Those present Included: Mr*. T.i Gordon King, Mrs. Edw. Carter,
decorated the house. D. McMeekin, Mr*. Fred Cham- Mrs. E.: J. Pacettl Jr., Mn. X. S.
Among the games played was e 'bers, Mr*. Russell Elder, Mrs. Ma Balinfer, Mrs. Stanley Wittkop SHEETS
song endurance contest'between tilda Williams, Mrs. Joel J. Rob Mrs. Nolan, Mrs. KoestUne, Miss
the boys and the girls.! The boy inson, Mrs. Mollle Wingate Mrs. LobdeU and Mrs. Poyser.
won and had the of eating 'John Williams Mrs. H. M. Glbbs,
the prize a box of chocolatesiwhile Mrs. Casper Williams, Mrs. J. A.I AREME CLUB MEETS
the .Irlllooked en. McNeill, Mrs. Brandenburg Miss WITH MRS. W. B. CAVES' :
Ice cream and valentine takes LobdeU and Mn. J. R. RrfLlnr.d, a- The Areme Club met at the
were served. visitor. home of Mrs. W. B. Caves Friday
Present were Mr. and Mrs.I Mrs. B. O. Breech mi Mrs. W. afternoon for a business session
Frederick, the Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Bradley were hostesses to Circle and decided not to meet qn Its
J. Parker, Mr. and Mrs. N. L.
Chambers, Miss Ruth Frederick,
Miss Marree Borgardt, Misses < I"
Christine and Carolyn Campbell, A wo fJJe
Miss Evelyn Chambers, Miss
Ruby Dolor Miss Helen Parker, t

Miss Ellen Vann, Miss Nellie Mae f/J .
1ebJ
Martin, Miss Gwendol ..Campbell
Miss Joyce Milliard, David ,
Frederick, Jr., John 'and Fred
:,; ,, '.. FAMOUS FOR LONG SERVICE !
BorgardtClyde and Chambers, LeRoy Chambers, Vincent -
Lee, Donald McKay Gilbert
Ogden and Wilson Crosbyy IF *""
you Viaven't seen the new 11137 Norge Washers Size 09

AUXDjA'U', : -tok\'tS and homers you have new thrill totnlnf.They 63x99' .

MISSION rROCRAM r* Vitally different Id every features The -

"A Family Affair" was the subject Norge Autobullt Washer pay for itself many

of a foreign mission program turner In heknt lifetime. It*Mfklency Paw,f 72x99; ........._........................ $1.19
Wednesday at the home oT

'Mrs.:given A. F. Arthur by Mrs. J. M. operation, long life and freedom from break 81x99 ................................................................ $1.29.
Jlolferty, Mrs. Vim. Gray. Mrs. RX. downs change your wash "day" to "minutes."

trotter and Mn. R. T. Sm-r. Norge uofrot?troi>er*offer anether new freedom 81x108 ........-.......:... $1.39
:Mrs Paul Malay give the devotion"
al and Mrs. C. Ben Plummer cone thtwo-speedcontrola-ad3ust: Pillow Cases Size 42x36 ..-,. Sic
.ducted tf Bi\!to jAudy. period on 0 anus tensions-and a world ot ether

,?'StewHTdslip.'r Mr*:Arthur Was'program ...., Yfoe-vahm. This Ironer b tntTt fo' ,i>er LMM.rMe beets mi piltow awe are a.M >oMM>elr
aJlatrrnn. a lifetime tl twvic and Prays Its by Seanl The are *...-lMInde.... and reinforced two Inches
Others present were. : Mrs. J. R.Hlckiori way ash .,... Com In yard let M along cacti sUe and two incites down Ow center for extra wear.
Mrs. A.It. Darling Mrs.
'Ra'ln110111'III' straight news.
1Ift"hffe ttnhm.
'cIermoM\t'&h thirsart
D P. Blake, Mrs. OaKViee Sorensera -
Mrs. Vale N. Mania, Mn. E. grant h adsanAw...
:1. Nelson, Mn'B. E. Gatlln, and vanes for you. e
four vlalto.-Mn. Mary Bur-
richter, Mr*. -S. t. Banna, Mm. CANDLEWICK BEDSPREADS
Allis J. Casteln and Itn. Paul E.
Winter.

'Single er Double
FOVn MISSKWAKY! CIRCLES
HOLD FEBRUARY: MEETINGS Bed Size
At the meetings of the four
-
circles of the Woman's Missionary' 49
Society'of the Homestead Methodist 2 eudh '
Church Tuesday final plan "

were made for the giving of a Liberally buried with beautiful
benefit thicken dinner and supperIn I all-evor de'.lgas! ; made of r'< *
the Redd building Saturday eaauty sheeting; single and
noon and evening. Mrs J. E. Davie double bed site. Asserted ro|. fi
Is general chairman. en. An xrepHonal value al
Circle One held Its meeting at this low Btlce.

the home of Mrs. Geo. Ranson on Sean, BeMh MessssineSALE
Eat King's highway. After the
devotional led by Mrs fUn on.
Miss Helen Livingston the leader
toM the Wtfltfry 'wf "valefrt'lfie' wfliy. TURKISH TOWELS
The circle adopted a motto, "LookuO'
sad 1Ift'1lp." NORGERedland
Those present were Mr*. A 8.' Un* Size
Moye Mrs. S. E. Uva-ifstan, M4ssJEtJtJENfc
i it 9X 10-1f1.
Newt7dly

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7 c
. 10

:, t own &M Ntrwy lat VMa SIMN dal Patios< Me
\ Bays Bab roe IMOeaeaa the MaseaJI
towel supply ae seat loviags!
,1Y e; Generam. man-alse4 towekiW
a 'A" and abet tits tt etttsllty
rue .....1.. Appliance ? all only iTe track. Wkfle *WiMHauiie
bentora. On sire..
1 \ !
>rlDa..nI
Scan, heath Menanha
'rtlt- lleiss HomcsUaA FJa.
1 8'nliiag .ht.A .

..lets...=.-,as- '

fcjrf daft.* UM WIt >...
... we de Jonah" Segfua Annie Mayhcw FitzpatrickGraduate
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I 'waving,with ge.uiae EygtaeSKfmt.
In m "tfrni" your .
Oberlin and
Conservatory Royal .
bale for the ,_. with --'-
I w a* ,..... .
.. ttssl widttloes sad 1<<_ Conservatory of Leipzig OlgaInt
lag Kt-ud ask cutlt| i '


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j} At Redland, Heart of Dade County's Wonderful




Fruit and Vegetable Section





., IfFEBRUARY. 22 to: 277\: : .


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f ; A Whole 'Week of High Class EntertainmentThe '


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object of the Dade County Tropical Fair is to exhibit the products of the soil of Dade County, and to demonstrate the many

;. advantages enjoyed by our residents.

There is probably no place in the world, outside of Dade County where one can gather from his garden or grove such a variety
i of fruits, vegetables and other choice edibles as the Redland District, Homestead, and surrounding territory. Not only.in the summer -
I \ season, but through every month in the year. Green corn, new potatoes, lettuce, radishes, celery, tree-ripened oranges and
t grapefruit from the gardens and 'groves direct to the table for Christmas dinners. In no oilier county in the United States Is1 there
., such a variety of food. Here are to be found growing in highest perfection, the result of skillful horticultural development fruits
r which hate been transported from the most remote regions of the earth-the delicious mango from India, the health-producing
r I' avocado, one of the most marvelous fruits; papayas, another health-giving fruit that is so positively delicious one can never get
\ enough. Persian limes--fruit of unsurpassed quality that is rapidly finding a world market. These, and hundreds of other rare,
j' tropical fruits are grown by every Redland District resident.

:c; d i Not only is the fair designed to promote agriculture, and reward the grower and farmer, but also to give educational advan-
'
P tages. Here will be displayed the latest in home improvement and machinery. '

', ;f Our fair is indeed educational and agricultural. It is unusual and unique because of the large variety of tropical fruit which
I
:: # \' will be exhibited. It justifies the name "Dade County Tropical Fair". Dade County is the only part of the United States where

: ; t i: all tropical fruit can be grown successfully.

f It is the purpose of the directors to keep the fair clean and to conduct it in an honorable and honest manner.


: Dade Fair Inc.
. County Tropical "

t : : OFFICERS: William W. Johnston, Pres., John II. Scannelli, Vice-pres. and manager, Joseph Hickson, See., Mr& CIna Stewart,
r : Asst. Sec.. Charles Cox, Treas. Mrs. A. C. Easton, Executive Sec.
J ,\: DIRECTORS: William Brodie, George II. Cooper, William Dunlop, C. Means, Mrs. Alice Simons, Walter Talbott, Thomas M.
J Torbert, Harry Reely.

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, 'f WOMEN'S DEPARTMENT-Where everything horn*, POULTRY SHOW-Which scruples a lane special tent
I .making will be displayed--things that mean comfort PROGRAM and In the largest ever shown hi thin county.
,
and pleasure to the ham .
I' CARNIVAL AND HlDWA'I-aOYAL PALM SHOWSFlorida's -
MERCHANTS and MANUFACTURES' DEPARTMENTAU MONDAY Masonic Day Patriotic own amusement Institution Clean amnwmedta
UM latest IB machinery and Industrial equipmentIn Day School Day-Teachers and for the whole family.!.pononi JMB ......famous atar
'' 'r,; the eenunerelal world. pupils of all Dade County schools will sot and the..S western_.", hie movies wonder with...Dixie..... Starr.laleadJ...lady.
AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITS-Every m Uble "re be admitted FREE. Shows and rides on SENSATIONAL RIDING
DEVICES for the boys and
dared la tropical Dad County
the Midway will be 5c to all school boysand .lrl-A mile of fnn-maklni midway.
AUTOMOBILE: AND TRACTOR SHOW-The latest girls.TUESDAY. THRILL WO FREE ACTS afternoon and evening
automobiles and traeton-e motor exhibition Mat is
4 show of IteeU. MUSIC -LIGHTS
? a : Miami Day-Miami Beach
BARE TROPICAL.tlTs-Il.D4nda of varieties. that Day-Coral Gables Day Coconut MORE PREMIUMS THAN EVER BEFORE PAID In anycounty
or district fair la South Florida.
the world ha never heard of or tee*. Grove Day. All Chambers of Com
CASH PRIZES-SILVER TROPIIIFS f o to the exhibitor -
HORTICULTURAL EXHIBITS-Cxotle: flower from
will attend.WEDNESDAY whose la ...
every ,.n" the lobe. merce display the beat la IK e.
MANUAL T.AL'iIN'G-OrIaI. and duplicate of the : Florida Day All SPECIAL BUS SERYICE-riorida Motor Lines win run
fiscal furniture made from solid mahogany grown la States Day-Veterans Day. busses direct from the union bus station corner N. E.First .
our own Florida,mod by our own boy. street and Third avenme, MIamI. leaving at It:N
i THURSDAY: Commercial Day-CivicOrganizations' a. .... I:M p. m. and (:3l p.m. Leaving fair grounds at
t SCHOOL EXHIBITS-Where boy and girls display tile IS:S*. 11..ell':N p.m.Adequate service to take car
results ol art and skillComplete Day OpportunityDay. of tilt mwda

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programs for each day win bo '''lrIbutadl! FRIDAY: Homemakers Day.
each morning at the fair ,...u..... Every day will PLAN TO ATTEND THE FAIR MORE THAN ONE
SATURDAY: School Day-Boy Scout
bo retied nit MW attractions and thrilling enterUbuntnt. -
DAY-YOU CANT SEE IT ALL IN ONE DAT
Day.


Admission We and 15c Free Parking

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: Free Methodists Hold I


n The ChurchesBAPTIST 11 Ten-Day Meeting Here CLASSIFIED ADS .1: '

,, :.4 teisAay" ---rri,;., MtUwdhtevangelistic r". I


convenHen began In RATE: Tint insertion 10* a line; subsequent insertion

Homestead yesterday. Service 8* a line
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CHURCH days at II:00; holy communion every will be held daily at 10 a. m. and ,

Sunday at T:30 a. m and first 3.30: and 7.30 p. m. There will
) HewMteatV-The Rev C. N.l Sunday of month at 11:00: ; other be also a junior meeting at- 1:30 FOR RENTTO |1 FOR SALE-Ripe oranges, tun-

'; iTalker putor. Sunday school! atW I gerinea gwpcfrult, fryers, tea,
holy days at 10:00: a. m. Young .and a young people meeting at
a. m. Preaching at 11 a. mf Peoples' Service League, Sundays Tp.m. RENT-furnished house, furnished Dr. ShankUu Grove, H mile
fjnd 7:30: m.; B.Y.P.U. at 7 p.m. I I | west of Florida City. (e30.tf)
p. at ':30 p. m.Special The Sunday morning and Sunday cottage, and !furnl,h"

lectures each Wednesday -
T:JO p. m.Fe" 1 Barber Avocado drive .t Seaboard -
al IM p. m. threxh- the Neva King Cooper school and t ed. Free delivery in city. Phone

SI -+ MaralncGo4't .at Lest Itorlum, and the other services will Railroad. (pf261 ,' 5JS-M. McEwen Poultry Plant

FUR fer Maintaining His I be held In the old South Methodist

Wrk; evcRJiici The Cleansing EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN Church. FOR SALE GUAVA JUICE tl per gallon
I Jungle Grove, Redland.
Fewer of Chrial.
The general evangelistic secretary
St Jalta'Redland; the Rev. I FURNITURE FOR SALE In-
Feb. M Prayer service Ceo. M. Poth, pastor. Sunday of the denomination' Fiat SALE Guavas, 5c I., only
wlnon'l Fredericka Shoe Shop i
subject: "Why De We Barter school each Sunday tt 10 a. m. Lake of Indiana will be quire mi I M small quantities Jungle I

,English tervlce on second Sunday speaker. Among the other i Grove, Redland.
Couldt-The two Noah Peter lpe.k-j I
ers will be the Rev. Fred
ot each month at 3 m. and German -
p. FOR SALE You Can makIJ.JM <
paitor. Sunday school at 10 CARISSAS 100 qt. CUTTINGS
on. ter who formerly lived in Homestead I .
a. m; preaching at 11 a. m. and service on fourth Sunday at and the Rev. Gladys Carter ." and or per year If you and SMALL PLANTS for tale.

7:30 p. m.; a Y. P U. at 8:30: p. m 3 p.m. hit wife. i buy. this stars for only fariO.OO Mrs. Gem W. Koeel, Jungle

Prayer service at 7:JO p. m. Wednesday METHODIST EPISCOPAL plus Inventory. For full purlieu- Grove. Redltnd road and PlumMISCELLANEOUS -
Everyone it invited to the services Ian see Scherr Feed &: Supply i

Florida City Community Church announces the pastor the I'' Store (tStfl) :

CATHOLIC -the Rev. C. G. Nelson, pastor. Rev. Edith Tamblyn Warren. !
I'PURE GROVE HONEY-heavy.
Church: school at 10 a. m. preaching
; ,
Church of he Sacred Heart delicious. Bring your container MRS CHARLOTTE O muff

9. C.:Second avenue Homestead;; and at Bible 7:30 p. m. Midweek prayers : Mrs. W. J. Parker Tours I Honest quart The Sag Grove I 1 certified Culbertkon teacher, uf

Rev. James Cloonan, pastor. 730. study Wednesday tt N. Florida for Missions Kings Highway, east qf Krome 1! contract bridge, private or tam

unday mass at t a. m.; week dayuu *. a .. II f tve.f '. (j2IU). I lessons Get up your own ("IIrI

at 7.41: dally. Sunday school Re Mra. W. J. pallkir, 'who Is the I'OIt'SALE 4- Finest qua lty poul.
unday following t o'clock mass the Rev. C O. Nelson,.. pastor.' active returned I Anna Biuker's home at Modi lilt.
missionary
only try products live or drened. W.
'ommunlon for women the tin Church achool at 10 preaihlng at
; In the Nazarene churches of FlorIda I, B. Caves, 107 N. E. Flirt avenue :, MODELLO GROCERY -- L. Anderson -
of month ,for and
day tnea : .
; II Enworth League at ::311. Mid
came back Monday from a (pinch I:) fancy groceries Newt
Chi second M
oya, Sunday NAoathLoly.hour week prayers and Bible ttddy
two-week tour of the northern i I road ana old Dixie Highway,
Thursday before first Thursday at 7:3G.METHODIST: part of the tUte where she had U i FOR SALE-Shetland pony an d'i -
YCf 101.I .
'rldty of month 1:41i m. Mail speaking engagements. She made I I Middle. M;: :A. verger. Homestead -'i
rat Friday at 7:30 a. .Bene EPISCOPAL :
trv the tour with the Rev J. E. Red. (J 1 tt) PIANO TUNING an. repairing.
I
ictlon of the Blessed Sacramentfter SOUTH ,
I Good used piano for isle cheap.W.
mon, superintendent of the FlorIda -
masa Rcdmon !I' FORE Citron, fresh or prt E. Koon. US N. W. Sri SI
White Stone Church-Homestead district, and Mra. Tropical tomato minot:

HRISTIAN HCIENCE CHURCH ; the Rev. A. A. Koestllne, MI... Parker was t house guest meat and sandwich filling, I Iot. .:1

: Florida pastor Sunday school at I:30 a. of the Rev and Mra. Howard Field !i I 20c; pint S5c. Calampndlnt In: WANTED
'Ply-Br'oadrray and
StxtK m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30P. : i former Homestead residents on mall loti lOc qt. Mra. ,Ot\). W,
street Sunday 'achool at WANTED TO BUY .' .
-Sugar one
ra. Junio League at 2:30p> Saturday.
1:43 .. m. for pupils under 20 yean m.,, HI League at S:45 p. m.; Senior I i Koel. Jungle Grove. 'I mangoes, all kinds of tropical

of age; morning service at ,11 League at 7 p m. Prayer meeting ATTEND LATMEVR MEETINGA MANGO CHUTNEY 3c an OIL 01: fruits and produce S Row 7

o'clock. Wednesday evening cr4iccs > iy.30 p. m. Wednesday.Feb. .1 number of member of the I I 36r a pint. Jungle Grove. E. 135th street, New York Cily. '
which Include testimonials
Homestead Methodist Church attended -
.f healing and experiences and re- SI Morning menace: meetings of the Miami PEDIGREED Silver Persian kit. LEGAL NOTICE

marks on Christian Science, 8 p. "Walking With Cod"; special district Institute nnd teni Mra J. T. Lewis, rllllniStation
i missionary --
m. The public li cordially Invited music. Evening message "Ten [ the laymen's institute In Miami this Redland rd. Hulnlli I' IN THK: CIRCUIT IXII HT tiP TCI

%> attend. Modern Plagues"; chalk drawing 'I> dr. (pf 19)) I FIRVKNTH Jl III!';IAI' 1101 'II INAMhrOK
week.Those : HADO < II nfKLOMH
by L. A. Young the IN 'HAIII( "T. MI IMI..iflCHOIAtl .
whoattendud laymen'lmcetinl
Feb. tl -Letaon-ae'rmon FOR SALE Chayote 110 I e MICMARLWIN. I'blntlf' >.'
:
topic "HUnd". '. I I I Silver Palm Community Church on Sunday Monday and dot; Chinese spinach So Ib:' I ALIDA M MirHARUVlN, Ik-f. : 'ImitIIMDKK

-the Rev. 1L O. Cowan, pastor I Tuesday were: li=ra. J. E. Davis, tree spinach lie lb.; lemons :leSe, ,TO AI.lDA N rOR II IL'HAIII.IION.P".1I'4T1I1N<_.........
CHURCH OF CHRIST at Mra. Chester Redd. Mrs. 3< A. Mc- market carissi'I ..kooo.. .
Sunday school every Sunday 10 doa?; okra, price; n l
Showalter MIA I' I You .f. ........ tird r"d to MtMnr t.. Hi.
Ilomeatead-Fbst avenue and a. m.; preaching services on flr.t, NeiU, Mrs O. L. jelly Mtf. Gao. W. Kosel, Sr.. Bill of Oampblnl tar 011.....* flM .iiom.l

N. W. Fifth street T. J. Hunton third and fifth Sundays at 11 a Antoinette May, the Rev. A. A. I II I Plununer Dr. and Redland no!. Iman ,In MM nlwv. ..,..1... ..IIM. i>n th -11 K
; .
J. G.: tar "f April, A. D IMT ollwrw,. I Ik.llknUmw .'
'I Koestline Ivan Moser, Wynn, I
,
minister. m. and t p. m. .. .
Bible study at 10 a. m.; of MM Hill. will .k. +
t Nathan.Slarke and O. S Jeffrey ... .
ntilm i kr run.1HI8
communion fellowship and ,. Princeton The Rev. H. G. Cow I Those who attended the mltIlonary LEGAL NOTICES I IIKKKK to W puklUHnl,. In nndrr.KntornrlM. ,.
preaching 11 a. m.; preaching at'! O. [ for fourn- itiiv-,
Rev. L. Adams
an, pastor; the :
Institute on Tuesday were:
7,30 ,i
p. m. Prayer meeting' Wedneiday -I i assistant pastor. Sunday school at Mrs. Koestline Mrs. J. E. Davis I, 11: rut: CIRCUIT COURT or. THI I Dated ffkmnrr Itlk A n ISTA
at 7:30: p. MCHURCH i I(l IIIARNTH JIDKIAL Cl III I IT HAND .. LRATHXRMANob.k
10 t. m. and preaching at 11 every .
'Mrs. Geo. Ranson Mra. Dan Williams FOR DADA tllllNTV. rLOIIIIAINrHAMKRl .1 ('basil $1505.

OF GOD Sunday. Preaching nt ':30 p. m. Mra. Mollie Wlngate and "0. IT.H, .. I Hr M. li w I IT. Untiiif cost
I JAMBS UOHIHIN HUNTFH rUlntlff. n
,frt. M Na1.lCARR
on lint Sunday of month.METHODIST Mist Helen Livingston.Back I IDA HAS HIINTKK thevodsol. j
: a ('AMIl.
Ilomestead- 04 N. W. First oasis: PI1R PI'RLII'ATI'NM ./..- fur Pialnff.Ins. / .
avenueJ.. H. EVxlson mrntoter. FUll: !i IDA DIAI HUNTm. 'rookies tic 1 II. 1s. Mf Mar I. II .
at Work known _
Sunday school at I4S a. m.?: do You mr ........ required to appear to the NOTIC or APPIKATKM4 FOR SAX
Fends .City-Mr*.. Ernest War- "What did your husband .
Hill nor dlrtifw filed niralniint
preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 JO at Cnmplnlnt nit ir ii
p.m.; Sunday school when he finally job" In the share Mxlrd the ask ..
rell pastor. got a MUM IM (.. .. BUI N III
Junlar Y. P. at 8 48 ............
: p. m. Prayer 10 t. m.; preaching 11 a. m. and "He went on a strike."-Ex. tar uf April A. D. ItSt UKillnralioM NIITICK IH flKKPHY njVW Hut
meeting, '7:30: m. Wednesday. of MM Bill will fc. takoa n InniM and Jrnnl. UMttlr, k..lkr lit Hint
p. 8 p. m.; Junior meeting 0.30 p. I'I, .of-sod by ..... and County T.. ._IIIra..- N... II,"<* Ku
Peoples' meeting 7: THIS DNIIY-II: N be p....."...... In nor ..... The Tilt d.r .> Ann ll, A. D IMS. liu
CHURCH; or THE NAZARENE Young young people's lyceum tt 7IS; I11-Tgpi1qrlee. for four a.n-myti.. IW same I. WW oIt..... and ... asA, atplkwt1l. .
I Prayer and class meeting 7 m.1 mj healing by Dr. I..,Carl Uob .. fny n tax dv..4 to k. seal itiwm. -
HomesteadThe Rev W. J, Thvndiy. P'j r Dow Frknurr IfIt'". A, l>. I OUT.E ItaW. (krllflrnl. Mikrmnn lh. '..Unw.
Parker at 7.4J: ; lecture and messages N. UCATHrlMA, In. 4rwrll"d nnwrtr In the UnuM '..1Dad.
pastor. Sunaay school it I: 730. c7rtk .f ('....It Court .. stain of Kkirlila. ....'"
145 a. nt;, preaching at ll a. m. PEMECOKTALGoulds I I Br M. SWIFT IM>UI, cfc-i*. let I. niwk t. shirt "_L. t tuMrut .
ICL Ci. "Ml.tKOTHK D..4i II. Paw 44. In tlw C<,,ill, *
and 7:30: p. m., N. Y. P. S. and -Rev. John H. Slroud I OPEN Alt BIBLE CLASS ARII a PARR.eutkltom ft Dnd ftnta W FlurHl.

Junior meeting at 030 p. m.Prayer school at 9.4J Legion Park In Homestead or, incase i: few 1'1.'lft.' Tk* MftiMmtnt mt MM rowrhr itnriffrIM
Sunday : ; .
pastor. tIM. II. It. at ; .. I. III. MM Mrtinrnw WoRd wu M U>.n nwMr4
meeting Wednesday even preaching at U a. m. and 7:30 p. of rain, city hall 9:45 Sunday I 1 I 01. U.kme.s.lints. .

trig 7.JO p. m. morning. Tell othen -bring others '' : or APP irATioM 'w* TAX Raw mertifkaa .bull he t-d.sa.
nrfttrdlmi to Inw In* ... lip d* fil.l
t Feb. tl Evening topic I It FIRST PRESBYTERIAN i ---- ::;:;:;- (smote Bill Oran N* lostNOTICR therein Mil k< mid to &. ktolmt Inkki'
the OmfftikxMf 4ur the nr11..n
as
*Th Social Situ .f the c_. I Hemestead Krome avenue at OUSTDow.SPOT I I Add. L. W.k.: IB .DKHKIIT koktor': ft Sub OIVKM."d Cow that I day. In Uw nuntk. .t ...-... IMT, wkktk .Itk I-

Jut ef Jesus Christ." There N. 16th street; the Rev. E. L. Nelson '- Md km MM I I >Iy Tat CvrUflno N" W44 M-usd the sod lot day at "' ...... IMT
; : ; kM MM Innor Dead this Ilk day *t dunuirr IW7R. ,
day ( Jut A I) IM4 Mm
la *
school tt
| more proof that Jesus Christ minister. Bible
SAIf SY.fON 011.... .,.! IM* ...* MwltoMkn f'.. It l.fATHrKMAN
j, h the SOB of God than there I I m.; Young people's meeting at 0.30' v4) '''.,,",''Alln.. a tail deed I.. W luiwd tkmwn. Now Or.lltlnto Otork.,4 Clrrufc/ CNHTIOuvnlf lilt. I'UIj.n

I h that either George Washtnf p. m.; Ladies' prayer circle, Tuesday -i I re.a.lI.y1: ...r-o&11 I' '',Mikram In the lir.nl tlw Kilkmlnl o( CI..V dnwrIMrav auk o* I C/nan Court" 5.l.t .

!J IOr XapeJeen Bonaparte I at 2:30 p..m. Mid-week ptay- : it'-- :Pkirktn, InwttUU I It/. C. aT1P.RIIII'M', lb I'
I til, rV.. I, ll, tit
I. >
F. .
Dnvto ntra rw
I ever lived. service Thursday at 7 JO p. m. ft t" H
.1 Fill Hook 4. Pun M. hi the Co .lr
< All! Invited to bear Ihta most.Sam a. m.; preaching at It a. m I i THE DIXIE DRUG 01 .Dnd. .<_ W PVMdlTM t NOTICI OP A'I'IrUION urea "On TAX

| .f facts, and Scripture. I I.r 8 p. m. Young peoples' meet The Resalt Store ,': MM amusement Mrtltluto uf|leaned MM aw.tnufntr In the u MUM*tilm MOTH1 IS HrRKUV GIVEN that RM..r4
I
/ at 7 p. m. I I Ilomeatead. FloridaIFLU <( I.. C. '.>kl Md J.'hr Wlekerbau.s.V.I.a I Mimi:0......'TH'Ortlflxiln Jr. b.hi.e as -NnnlmW,.- Cuv W.UI"t

PrIIothe Rev. C H. Con. Mid nltttfU itmll to Mdwiird sad III... .
don, pastor jSunday School at 1 45; Feb. SI Morning sermon ] I II 'I domain Mwrrflnx will u>..Uw MM IM k> UM pearly eislw.a 4pwrlhpd Mtornt I A IX ..... kM '1.... MM CcrtlfiMW Mmr
The Lord's Day"i evening I t'ln, nd kM note nivlk t|.>n I"'
preaching at 10.45 a. m. and 7:30P. : tlw CMM-kMM dew .. the nm MMktof ,
,
...... tax nW4 M Sos. Ihtraon In Un.r4wtlk .
Junior sermon second In aerie en tm a.. miMlli l IMT. whlckb
m. meeting at 0:30, young .... IMTD.trd .... ..... CMtlflrnlM .posse. Ikpmwfty -
III d.r 01 *
the .
people's meeting at 6:30. Prayer "Presbjrterlanisnr. Ihto IKIl My of ...n....,.. IM?, ,..-.... dwr/h.d sari. I iwD.4.
Cteely. Ylorw.. b>.wll I
netting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. I WARNING B I. ICATIiKHMAM.Clprk (VMH.. Loot a, It""lwk' II, Knrtk wed H...-..iAmw >
IIl'nuTl1.4US'l' UMI'U 01' '"( Clrwll
.... .
rkwhi.11.e5M AHAIltun, Plat t. M,
D" OlMto *
I Dad owe aN the an ofriSI.e
IsM at M1.ath'an4 4
EPISCOPAL Ckr Item
TRUTH light "it loft Tba4 be Why am rrt S.1Hr .. .
I HUM o4 rkwMn u mkim d In > *
way are UMnf lud Oman CrJrHr I Ii N. V attan'rr a C. .. ,
St. John's-s' I 'too wa1 show 1.1.16 I.: rah. a. ... Itl title t N flirT. TIM nWM n *
E. Second avenue Homelem4>nnch of Miami : TanM. Rosy y5M uf MM .r..rrt# glister (... MM OOflMta -
oat thl.p
and Fourth street, Homestead; the Splrltualiat Temple of Truth in i do" ties 414xvxn that ass rasedyJIL i : NitrIC bused >M In IM nun. <* L".

Rev. MUton B Sackett, vicar.. Woman' Club 410 N. W. Eighth sew rw.a do.e..4 r....*., U the tnnMoM f IWrtUtHt kaaw.,
.
I C.... Car .< The lUnkln Ait .( IOU. .<* I* I m"k 10. Monk:- a.re-M
Morning prayer and sermon Sun-, avenue. Men) Bible; claw and ?.ale: t. N ..nat5.tlwe. I II. TW rlnl Xlllowil B'nk A-'A .*, Plot \. VMMM.
L .5 Nyw.rrdN IIwt ." d "_-.I hi IM filer of MlMkl fmivW Jl
I. k.ep aewb= I sub ot ............ tat Ik* fekUtt Lapor4 ..d*. a.... t H.....n.. M M in : a Allays forms. won IM kokbr of ...... ml lot mnm" I hi rvrtMMM Mn III'''. IV MIVMnwnl -
d. ..... ..... !rtvk kr MM _".... ft __ ."1. .l MM rapnrt wwUr ll. ..MtMUVnl
Overseas Transportation Co. Inc. ochre and tlr.ILDo U a. t.vlMd ......._ M nn.. bd, ... ( land WM In l*. sum l<
_..
Nor rrnoNu arttfenl II d tIIo .MonJ MatoAAA" asawendd. I1nk
wii toKio ArrioK. a. luip. m. tknll MM Mnlr <. 1097. .- amid r.rtMMaw khnll W l rArma.ad .
FREIGHT AND EXPRESS build rM aimed mUm fur ftrMttkrMWUKn. ltedr of the wed d D=iners.. a.wmawa .. low. MI dn4 .'II '..."
tM>'I play wilt n Mid.INrtM of j. i, ftvuunioN. r..kU. .." Ik,MM) .. MM $... day W ,....... *. U
ktrk M MM ate :. with 4UM. t.III.... Ill I"' ,
OtMLVTGlIT 8AUJNCS FROM MIAMI TO KIT WEST At I Icu
I llwWAI ACTION nl are" lMii.4 ikta. Smile 4ny nf Anwri A, B
: NOON MONDAYS TVtSDAYg. THURSDAYS FXIDATB.f : To.w mesa dmood a I 1991.
.
K IIClniA LrATIIXRtU'
Track Deliveries te Upper Keys" Dally Extent S..feyMJhml !: wale ==.-1. -14" ,'loft d .._.... 0.1JAM.
.. re r Rod r Cwwty \1'Y.....
I Terminal IS g. W. North River Dr. Phone S-llll ... ,.. 000.. 00I4t '(, .... .... cootIo "ANT.1 :.T.' O-rt ....1
; <: """" 1, .;.
J.l.. . ... .. ___ _n. '_........ *- ---.t'Lpt.-'t wts.u.rAJl.if" I' .nll"r.TT >LdaA. ass .r

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4 < Page Sixteen THE LEADERJENTERPRISEFriday: __ ,'February 19, 1937


;, FORD EXHIBITS
\
I \ I
OF EXPOSITION IJ8BY'S AJt.\vtSt': ;

.,
I COMING TO FAIR Fruit Cocktail a l Fresh Prunes

.
To Be Housed In Big Display No. I tan ...15c No. 2 j tan 14e

Space Engaged by _
\ Redland Motors
{a LhMtat
\ Exhibit f'-;;; the Ford Ext>o-I' Golden Ripe Over-Sea
S iltion in Miami will be on display i
at the Dade County Tropic FairIn BANANAS Peanut Butter
five booth spaces reserved by I I WE WISH TilE SOUTH DADE TROPICAL

t y Redland Ford dealer Motor, It was, Inc.announced Homestead this:i I 31b s. n,.- .... 13 C FARTED COQ-OPERATION.AND OFFER.OUR. .WIIOLE2. Ib. J.ar - 35.e
weeks by H. P McDanlel, manager i iot !
the local firm
The Ford display apace. M by 13
feet. wit: Ibe more than twice as'I
large as any othel/ automphila; exhibit .MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE 1b4 29c
and'V4lo apace *t Motors the alt.wUJt It wa Uv said at I ,

least an* representative on the I
ground.ta discuss the feature of
the Font V-. and the Lincoln I
Zephyr, model of which wilt be Premier Bulk Pillsbury' Cannon TowIlIei.. tlulk] -
on display, I with Tomato Brown
The Ford Exposition features, Grape juice l SUGAR I FLOUR
are considered a distinctive addltlon Snowdrift CATSUP SUGAR
to the Industrial exhibits of:
the fair a*they will be tome of the' Qts. ........ 33c 5 lbs., ........ 28c 20 Ibs..... ...1.05 3 ib, can ....65c 1g. bottle....19c 4 lbs. .......z
same exhibit that have been attracting ..
thousands of visitor in I '
Miami from all over the country nosed ale N. e. iXCELL 1 lib. Pure Gold
I .
25
3
2 Women Held for Trial Sliced Pineapple SODA CRACKERS pigs I'IaIFLOluiinaI''
I
On Fruit Theft Charge I'
I FANCY WHOLE GRAIN 10 Ib. bag .. 45
Florence Lewis and Alma Argo I No. 2/ can .'- 20c R I C E, 5 pounds .... .._. .... .. 25cNO6) cj.
of Miami waived preliminary' 20 lb. bag .. 85Cf
hearing before Justice of the Peace CAIN '
Sid U Kendrick of Homestead I
: on a charge of stealing fruit from' ANY BRAND APPLESAUCE .., ......... .. .. IOe DEL.MONTESTANDARD
( the (rove of Dr U C. ShankUu.on i
;1 Redjaod road and Palm were i MILK QUALITY PRUNES'PEA8No.2tan
Saturday afternoon and I . ... ... ... .lOca
bound over to the DadeCounty I
Criminal Court of Record under I! Ig. cans. ... 22c 2 lb Ago .... 1ge
Meal Grits 5
19c'
$100 bond each They furnished I II or pounds. .. .. ,.,

S I bond According to Dr. ShantcUn who I II ] --- ........
I caught them, Mrs Lewis was in:
the grove picking fruit and Mr Selected
New Red Bliss' Potatoes Sibs. 16c
Argo was In an automobile with ,
,
the motor running for quick get- No. 1
away. Dr. Shanklin grabbed the' '-
switch key and sent for Wm. J :
Oronlmo, matahal of Florida .
City, :0 them to Patti Libby's Fresh Ground Ass' Flavors Puffed Kelton'
Homestead i

Getting Thai Over WWi Dog Food Corned Beef, COFFEE JELLO WHEAT Corn Flakes
"Ladle and gentlemen" sold' any grind

the after-dinner speaker "before 3 cans .. ....25c nn ............ 1& lb. ..h..... 20c 3 pkgs. ...20c 2 pkgs. ...... 11e 2 pkgs. ...... 15e
1 begin im dress I have eortething -
that I want to say to you,"-


Bee-Hive JOHN AMERICAN 0"'8AU.ET"FONT LEGION--1.; >."43' I COOKING APPLES iI5 lbs.Country 27c


Meet lest- sad third w........., ,
g a. aa, AawriM Losing aide, I
1"4..*s etflce Benlh EKHK*"",
Me owed, pia.f Ron Redland Tangerines, dot. .......... lOc BANQUET
Sunlight
I
SUeedBaconIb.
.
r Tarer's Fmeral tornHBUAMC I II BUTTER Sweet Potatoes, SIbs, .._......,.;.19c
16. .. ..... 35Rutabaga
I .4.Bt.. u.tac.I ......... 3ge rr.

I Loft AMewlaa Turnips, lb. ,_......,..,,.. 4c
r ..... .... ]swasepadt )'ka Belt Western
PORK
G.t4y1f
; 1 NEWT G. SHOULDERS CStER Y. bunch.__....;.-10c Chuck Roast

... I WMIe or ShaM "a
; J 190" tjl lh .. ... 22t.P.
i mUl \ lb. 22c doZe 19c ."'. ..
c ta..W'IJIt.Q H. Been a>. I ._......n Redland Oranges, __....:.....



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I Your Car Least Local', Da.Iq Peanut Jv.DAI Dairy Local

I Iw Wood Work Spare I Fryers Cheese I Rolla cheese. I Chi'ekeft31be.
t\ ItpaIn.I I : :

\ F"1" I .... 35c ib.....,..., 35c U. ,.-........ nc u. .............. Sac .......... Tc 1b.REDLAND :........ 2&
) J : T" and Trimmer I
I i Seat Coyer i
t (,

Painting GRAPEFRUIT Bushel39c

M Pailt t Shop .

i SM KKOMS AVC,

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