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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: March 26, 1937
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00117
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Page Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, March 26 1937

I ili used in the construction of the j Alumnae College to Bo ; Gro\"eland, president of the Alumnae /! t,
Musical Comedy Will Be Presented i new Chevrolet bodies? Tn!' solid! Staged at f' S. C. W.i Association, wIll greet tin JQ. ,
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steel turret top, steel double cowl, turn)fg gr ftjdt| : I, 0 :t
: In Redland School April 7 and 8 I --- .
on steel body panels' and steel floors Tallahassee, Mpr. 15-florid I,i Subject to be taken up at the :
are formed into an Integral steel I Alurhna Cetlege will rang from !
-- State College for Women will jointhe ,
structure the new unlsteel construction I Political Responsibilities of Women"
Miss Rebecca Jane Fisher, band choruses: Mille.!\inor Payne has by ranks of Vassal college, Smith I II -
? The body Is assembled ( to 'Children's Literature"
I charge of work behind the stage: as
director of Redland High School, Princeton and other educational
announces the east for a musical i I and Earl Delaney U stage manager i entirely by weldingChevrolet I Institutions In staging aa 'Alum! the topics are planned to appeal to (
has made things euIler .
type of graduate from the
ploy "Oh Doctor," which wlU be nor College" this spring; I every '
for filling station attendants housewife and mother to the
presented the school auditorium ,this year by placing all refueling This "back to school" movement.teacher or the business woman. .
Apr. T and I it S o'clock. MON DO YOU KNOW THAT operations on the right hand std among Florida State College's
than one hundred pupil from the I l of the car? Fuel tank crankcase alumnae Is scheduled for the I
third to the twelfth grade will take -The Chevrolet purchasing department :oil filler Intake and radiator fillersare week-end of April 18-18 when Children to Present

part: bought enough tires In all on the curb side of the car I( alumnae will be housed in one of Program Easter NightA

Th action take place In a sanitarium 1136 to make a stack 4M miles j'out of the traffic lanes? So Is the the college dormitories They wWI
owned and operated by 1 high? Or if divided into battery cover guests of their alma mater durIng children's Easter program will
Dr. DrInkwater (Ormand Cash) i I I equal stacks each pile 1.o:1 I-The radiator core of the new I I I the entire stay be presented at the evening service
who Is ably assisted by Dr. Cut- higher than the Empire Stat 1937 Chevrolet Is removable without The Alumna College is beingt of the Redland Community
tern Dr. Slaughter and Dr. Coffin I Building I the removal of the radiator I t I staged here for the first time and>Church Sunday.

(Charles Turner E. J. Graham and :-Th. tubing bought In a year by I grille-an Innovation I(i replaces the alumnae homecoming: ]! The program will start at 1:30.
held at Thanksgiving
Alonzo Bennett). The patient Chevrolet, If laid out In one piece heretofore
are cured by drinking great quantities would extend more than 11,500 Versatile EvangelistTo time .
of water from spring at I miles-halfway around the earthat : "Florida State College Is following .
retort this I the equator Open Revival Here the trend of many well I' GOOD GLASSES

Mary Eleanor Williams and -If all the upholstery and cloth oIl known educational institutions In ,
The Rev Harmon B Calver
ty Blake take the part of Jltlenta.1) used to trim Chevrolet bodies In Portsmouth, Ohio. who I* an accomplished 1 I'social abandoning the old and type of purely I PROPERLY FITTED :
John B Graham Is a servant I 1036 were In one roll a foot wide musician well as an homecoming
Vera Parker, a maid. EthelRoberts I Idoctor'1 that roll would stretch from New outstanding evangelist as, will conduct I Ing In Its place a program.UbaUtu&-1 will
which embraces
Is Glory Drlnkwater, the York to San Francisco*
granddaughter, and Gwen- I! I a revival at the Homestead social features," says Miss Kath-l
-This same upholstering material Nazarene Church beginning Sun
I erine Warren, chairman of the
dolyn Campbell Is Honor who Impersonates would make 6,500.000 overcoats day, April 4, according to an announcement I Alumnae College here .:"" L. 'mU41 ""I.I u.:1i
Glory Amelia JarmanIs r rI. -If all the cars that the Chevrolet made this week by
Madame Chore, Honor's moth traffic deportment alone deliveredto the pastor, the Rev. W. J. Parker Favorite faculty members
er Leubcn Greenwood Is a Mex-j appear before the Florida State FROM STRAIN ANDDISCOMFORT
dealers in 1936 were loaded on I Mr. Calver plays several Instruments ,
lean cowboy: Cohen Leggett, I standard haulaway trailers, and Including the piano guitar College graduates in I
ranch owner; Billy Hilson and I of current Interest and will entertain -<
there trailers wen lined up bump. and accordion He also sings' )
with "at homes" In this time.i,
his
George Wright, cowboys; Roy
er to bumper along the Lincoln I and draws pictures illustrating '
President Edward Conradi of the For Perfect Vision
Campbell, Glory fiance Frances
Highway, they would reach from and representlnllOnp,
Lewis, his cousin; and Grady Cowan college and Mrs E.: L. Beeson of
New York to Salt Lake City with "In getting Mr. Calver her I ConsultDr.
a Mexican rustler. I I several miles to spare? we feel that Homestead will bo

Characters In the ballet are -The total amount of ,material fortunate, indeed," Mr. Parker Little Pal NeuenschwanderDr.
Stanton Beck the pilgrim: Marl moved by the Chevrolet traffic de- said. Mother (to small. son) "Now,
GonzalezOPTOMETRISTS
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Baahor, the goddess; and Dorothy,partment In a year, It figured on '- I Johnnie you can t have the hammer .
Behrens, a nympth. |I a ton basis, would fill nearly 80per "Come, Mary, I will" show you to play) with. You'U hit your I
In addition there choruses cent of ill the box cars ownedby how to milk the cows, said Mar. fingers"
are
all the railroads In the country? tha to her city cousin visting.the Johnnie-"No I won't mummle,
of doctors, visitors US Venetian Arcade MIami.
nurses, patients, I
-If a whole year's traffic were I dairy farm for the first time. Doris Is going to hold the nails'
cowboys Spanish girls and After May 1st. micron Arcade4Phone
"Hadn't I better begin with a
and loaded In one train of box cars, I -Speed
boys Mexicans. t calf until I get more experience?" t-Ktl I
with you standing by the engine r rHE
Solos art sung by Gwendolyn and the train started ahead and, asked the city cousin. Ex. I "ANT'AIM PAT-THY THEM \
Campbell Ethel Roberts, Marie
kept moving constantly at average
Bashor, Cohen Leggett, Grady
freight train speed (159 mph)
Ciwan Billy Hiloon. Ormand '
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you would have to stand then
I Cash ben Greenwood, John B. Graham and Leu I more than 12 days and nights before -> V Cls Ek ET

In the oirhestr aret John Hick='I, the Jend" of the train was In I T NE t

*nn. Jeanette Cox Edward Burr, sightaevrplet shattered ill previous',,
Fred' Vlhten, 'Clemment Russell, records In truck sales for six conseoutive ts odernrar wito ,
r Louis Price. E. F. Marshall and months In 1938, deliver. I t.
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Mrs Green Rives, Miss Louis month during that period and mak I vat j jw
Brunmn and Mrs Polkhave ing a total of 20S,000 trucks placedIn
h.\ 1It the costuming: Mill Lillian owners hands during the\
Johnson, Miss Ruth Murrayend model year?
Mrs. Helen McGee have charge -Not one bolt rivet. screw or nail
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FARM IMPLEMENTS MW Chevrolet far 1937 Is a Brakes on your MMW...ud... Ty.....* .r
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".UM 19r.iar-tl 4 -lbakag that win........ ysss '
KITCHEN COOK STOVES F .tt' 1ibi kydrsalie Mdiag. new car aM year-iIr as"a have...'

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FLORENCE OIL STOVESSHERWINWILLIAMS ..iM. brakes Wilt tJ.y.m se.asaa.avs.amemaw Diamond P..esed ._ ...... .1
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Friday March 26. 1931, ._ ,. THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Padre Three ..

100 Boys Took Part I''stimvlaung.' A-hard ru rubber ball J In the doublet Jack Sullivan play to far shown greater kit la observance of Good Friday.Only
It used.;"and. It-it played against|and Fred Chapman, wuinen of the I around ability and ttemlna than a musical number every half hour a
In Local Hand Ball a.wall court Each,player, or team third I period, forfeited their match any other boy in the high school. I will break the tilenre.
plays the pall until he or it misses I!I to Randolph Caves and Rufua Sul-i ij i! I I The subject for tonight's Passion >
Tourney School or.knock it out of bound The 1 j Hvan, winner of the first period. I Passion Week Services Week service at ':45 will be 'a
tide gaining twenty-tone points William McMichael and Martin I II I I I II "Jesus in Agony" and for tomorrow
I Are Held at M.E. Church:
first, wins the "Jesus Two
An Intermural tournament In game. |I Bishop winners of the second per. I I night's service In
handball, another new sport added The winner of the tint, second ilod. In a match game, defeated; Worlds." All are invited
s to fhe physical education third and fourth period classes,|!Jack McMichael i iI and James SuIUI i I|i A three-hour service for medli ''
v for boys this just I matched i I winners of the fourth II I i'tatlon and prayer will be held In
grant year hat ;, were against each other In' van period. '. For results use Leader.
3 been completed.: One hundred both tingles and doubles. In the,i>I In the championship go-round,j the Homestead Methodist Church
boys took part In the singles and I tingles Buddy Fitzpatrick, winner I I I William McMichael and Martin i: today from II noon, till 1 o'clock Enterprise Classified Add:
doublet. of the first period, forfeited hit !j 1 I: Bishop defeated Rufus Sullivan"
: Handball, perhaps more than match to Roy Martin, winner of'''1.and Randolph I Caves In both garnet
any other sport engaged in In I t the third period. J. T. Godwin.! to win the doublet championship. { REDLAND CAFEMRS.
schools, it carried over Into adult I winner of the fourth period lost' William McMichael who made !
: life says Theo J. Bleier, physical i to William McMichacU the tint place In the single In !
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font requires a great deal of Michael then defeated Roy ed honors with Martin Bishop In I i DINNER boo PLATE LUNCH 3JAS .
muscular activity and It mentally I tin for the singles champlomhip. I the: doublet hat in the tournament '
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f some 1000000 acres Florida, being regular
Vvbtlshed' Fri"" .t Banetea. subdued 'and only schedule, it withi* 4J hours
: ; FJa.. by the tenth Dade acres are In actual : state in the Union, saw
't .Publishing O."teW FloridaSt 1 :I
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AtCrtElt ItdKei ulation lightly less, : :
) the entire state hi .\ '. Florida I is I li
,1 H b.IOz1E LEACH. ARCHER: The U. S. more :
Ajeeclato Editor 180000000 years old. I i
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: culture estimates bee stood first In the
'Ii I feed 15.000,000 M phosphate for more \ '
$t.t'1'd M peered Sass nullWile was used.to fun d I half eealury Ita phos I ?
March 1.191L at the Stoat
was first discovered in 1888
.' ;Xfc* at ICllUlltuC.>Florida' iMder, HISTORY: Is thought to have first Dome r
,the act .( March S. 117*. I ThrSemlnoles have .: about 450'000 years eg*. I ,
: froth the V $. '& even as now. was I
; some 102 years. The northern and snow-the
TEAR 1 1'i In JS3J and no treaty I 't
signed. i lays an of the sedi
I Florida has been a type In five clanUica- WHEIRAV V60 by Mglaip I
'i Sine this week hf been proclaimed republic, ( territory tW'UO'9"i
by Governor Fred P Con Napoleon In 1809, believe Florida came
Games of chance be aU right in their! ,
tenth annual "Know Florida may
the
I r quered Spain in I gentle rise and fall of the '
Week" w* brine you some little- all her colonies. I II the sea-bottom-depos place-but why risk your money when You Y
known Florida facts under seven Florida and Iowa while under the waves buy mace bladed Ask your dealer(& Pro: :: mr
..ubh..dlna.U In put years I states and Dr John I washing action of the I Jr.produced by the world largest m"ifacturer J. r
the observance It being sponsored covered the process above the ocean. I of rarer blades. Here u known <
by the Florida State Chamber of Ice: In the same,year, I quality-a double-edge blade that I gives 'eu 0 f
I Commerce In co-operation with VISIT | one excellent\ shave after another and sc 1:sat 00
the 'local chamber and other 'I TRANSPORTATION: Katherine Cast, art teacher'' e
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4 for 101 Ask dealer be .
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PaUtka ...
i! group was a Redland school, took her .
of Probak Jr blades tcIc1q.PRODAK !
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i GEOGRAPHY: i! uForld! | has :.". ; ""' > Bflwia this"teek. j I
}f The northern foundry of Florida 'mercTal, auxflEry ;
I li more than ZOO miles south of I airports. ha," roared Alkali, Joe.
} California southern boundryFlorida The entire night I saw you making love I!
1 I America la EAST of wife Why didn't you pull I I
Is four times as Urge as
Miami
la six miles the blinds
Holland and la the largest, state west end of the haw yourself;' .snorted I JUNIOR BLADES '
east of the Mississippi exceptingGeorgia The first trunk-line I Lew "I wasnt even home
Fjprida.,w cep ( etr > )&:;Ex. __A nooMCt Os IMI woiitt tataifT awci MAKHIr
Florida Is equal In area to M.ln'lil ..
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I. States 'poput tic/l/ and more than' ) I1SS' r
I bO |ley cent of America"s wealth I ml
ltord| observes: both eastern ,
and central time The dividingline .
t Is the Apatachlcola I river!

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j t tlorlda has three fUvaAsaii o! \
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. A new 1M'II\r1.! paper T" '1].' atIII? Jowe'it prick :; ;
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"x itm.rcamrnoth'planta in. the YxW JI new TToes t.Vr. ". Wh : .,
L' Only m lint air Now: metertbrifyier.sod ia two '
Sunshine State In the pant few; it
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: Florida H'd're+ ,iclVJti. ser'i J i I kinesstot)11re) tba )fort of itf Ceafef. 4 epert II'H> 11 with" the.TIlrifJ! 60, .f" "wBl hips," fctoM*the axles Y;

visions of climate continental I POISe ride this car offers you oI6 tc'iiineae.ar'. wr A iIi' .1IC LUXURIOUS &iO1i-Deepcvab.

seml-tropkel and lU -tropil III.. finer performance, greater luxury.. new n. ions tailored upholstery" exquisite
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and harvests bat thrf' :coo rafter 'another .1 I Ir yaYs\ p'tlV.'tb"ih' VoM U9 \1111AC''>tM ""nWr1tW V jAhlnk Newhaadle.i.coa.. .
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Of more than 11,000.000 acres of I I Ter greater

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Tomer's Funeral. Home IOUKD.CONDITIONZD BODIES- steel Construction Large LuggageCompartments ., \,
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< I millions of Americans tale lo'snut out ;pails i beat.'cold. Kubbtf; Voder agile: ldod Safctf Glass XI I

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f. 2 0."y ars a big fatl ranch,-**' usual", H..m1111' ';: Inthe Important Rules to&TeTOfftingDetroit AT MIAMI TRACK

AgO -")(ra. T. ,B Mutfu* left tor Mo- I "

berly, Mo, on TVisjsdajr, siccwn-
..;* lIlIIlIIlfJiIUlnmtf"nnIlIlIllIlIllIlU, ( panied by Mrs. / C. Vkftor.," Mar. li-The other day i'Halfway up the SW ',- trus* 4rU" and his four

-"The members of the auxiliaryof \\ H. Anibal, chief engineer ofPontiac bftke over the crest 411'I the Wl t"geVtttemea ton st...." who attracted
.', '- 1.z .;-.: \.-= = the South Dade Cemetery. Association Motors WM asked to list"side and at almost the same instant ; the largest crowd in th*
,j "" have been asked to meet a sedan in aM center of the
!' :. :;.: I4..th .=. aan..r; sad what he considers the prinelpal"Don'ts" I ttttory or Mog VkcfMjf to the) tweet
of the Mrs. road, tried to the truck Fortunately -
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111 ..:::.. Thomas Brewer, Monday, March for motorists to observe lor us there win dOt] l
fiI will return to West Flagler Non-
fEA Mar. 21, WIT.y )J;8, at 1 p. m. sharp, to talk over In the interest of safety. I roo/n/ to pull over Had we beena day eight.V .

y'. T. Nixon has taken over Jim plans for May' Day" Mt headed the list with these two fiMte telling farther wwhat tip tnlght the MIL hive. there U. .Ike entertained between
to happeWd.
!,,",;eTottos'grodry and win run It fn -"Everybody, big and little, was IU Important t essentials' bf tab j i. races and after the last lace and
\((4 connection with his meat market}I f glad\ 'to welcome MTsS Margaret 'driving, "ivml drive tn the center received the biggest ovation ever
,' '' Baker back remarked. to, {ray ,companion
In
school this week.
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K\FjMohday.- '- '' tt" Sykes was Th Miami bn -Mrs. H. FiUpstrick was trMguest or left tide of the road1 and j that it* driver of that sedan wsusl'1giving given to an entertainer at a greyhound -
: race Vsck. More than
., I 1 I of the Longview Club Thumday "bon't try to pad near the crest his wife and children much ,
thousand hundred
-"Mrs:Wy and SlUs'Ray'motoredFtoMIainl eight one persons
of break. Either h '
a caught the
afterttoon. .
of tiia""Children
iMonaay,"-. I heard the singer, and refusedto
-"Mrs.-Vr. H. Cast niany trlends leimaIc1rt (o'teep I point or the ,close chive shocked allow him to leave until after
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V. Barnes has sold his him
out Into a. refutation_ of Mi errb,.
will regret to learn she has" been 111 their fingers AWay from tht tire t" midnight
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of the- vSaln" It ont.t
; Biggers for he kept ;ht side 'lot'the
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':t'- to Bfn Ilk oft.'ilhe ." with grippe the last ten days. "laid Mr AnibaL "And no on* Tn II road during The remainder o( So many requests were received
-Min Harris, who Is In tnargtft his mind 'tt deliberately
} right have back
the week
'V1b" r. the trip."Sad during to Rudy
yon 'P.f
) W.'ICacelbag the Extension Department ef there allottler'r head-on. Tit
bef'n.'q ft"a'llk; l "'teeak' I ti he State College for Women, at ( after all the1 publicity and all'The I to say, such Instances art a!gain that he wks ailed to return

-"Tbe AsTh'or Shine' Club neld|I iY Tallahassee was present at the I(statistics, and aU the grim remlnd- /not at all' uncommon' ss anyone Monday nlah'Aft consisting entirety of popular newprogram
in all-day rrxwtfni at tne, home of'' I who does touch driving will testify

annual meeting of the ft-H Circle, en along our 'tIllt1l a1l. It i* be Valler and
Mrs Tom Broker: 'on Wednesday. J Of who drives tongs will given by
course one
March 10, and spoke very favorably astounding to. observe how many
the guests>*jtlss' Bessfe. Han:. of the work the circle has drivers violate. these two fundamental (this way either because of carelessness his four songsters.Jacob ,
t -'InvtUWW..are but for rntfCeflancous done and I Is'planning! : to.do .The 6f the road. or for some other reason Sher and Wm. Huntley.
[ TtWiw Iff,fo p;...:WlM Prtkst I officersper ".President Mrs Just a few nights back while I will be spotted at once ks a poor owners of the track are planningto

BarmoYif(|rove.. on .' A rlf"'I! L C: M''Ftther, ticf:-.president Driving along a narrow paved road I driver Beyond this he is a men- shake the night a gala one and
", from beg]I in, The Mrs. S. A. King; secretary, Mrs, J three separate can forced me olf ace to traffic whether he knows will have many special featuresfor
MU ( tirrBarrand Mrs <' I!it not the fans The card will con-
r B. 'Tower; treasurer, Mrs W. T. the pavement in the pace of ten or |
: ,8. F Mrffch**.) t.>i' :' Lanier." toilet A less experienced driver I I "I' think that such errors In driv I sist of twelve races which brine

"j,-"A very ym'j' -wedding was i-0. Arbogast and fsYnlly left rrtight easily have landed in the i s> well as many; others will : the best dogs at the track together

; 'N!*>lemItesLi.LtJie! Woodman Hall t Saturday night for their home In ditch ::'d. :.nl what? I Iin. to be corrected: through education There. will be no Increase In
r! In Silver Palm on Sunday evening. West Virginia, after spending the Not was riding with To this end the various prlcos.Friday
March 18i'lfw'entraetlng parties winter season here" a young man who ti supposed to i+: public amt private egencies conducting night the monkey Jockeys

being Hugh Lee of Princeton and I -"Mrs. Fred B Powers returnedto be a good driver. I noticed that I I educational driving cam'pulgns will ride the dogs again The
Miss Hazel Gosman of Sliver I he was hugging the center of the together with the press, monks have shown twice and on
her home in Miami Saturdayevening I
:Palm." t road. We approached a small I arc to be complimented on their each occasion excited a riot of
after a few days visit with
I hill, but still he held to the center. I efforts" laughter
wSaturda March 24
-- evening. ,Mf and Mrs R. J. Powers of this*
at the home of her father, Miss I city" (Florida City. i '

TMna!: Holland' was united jn marriage I-"Mr. Switzer gave all the ;young RECONDITIONED TO THE QUEEN TASTE',
to Mr. Cash. Both art ofPrinceton. .I'people of, Florida City under I*
." years of age ah' .Ice cream treat'at '
"Bryan Bowden and wife from the 'vllliosIsere Wednesdsy' M

I Xverglade, abe new arrivals In evening,"and the children' had the ,
"a Florida City* !}time of their Uvts. Mr Itwltier P' >ec0 .8 -

i -"Next Tuesday, April Jrd, s has made himself a friend of every ,

I, stocking shoftnr will be given 'by,I boy and Best of Florida city as well] \
,Mrs. J. B. Mttffett and Mrs. 'K. TIt as the.qld plf..
\Campbell atbie home a 'of Mrs'

'Moffett, In honor of Miss Grace : ,
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t t"J.. W..Adams reports a new ...- DR. R. S. AKERS.I I *, .
Oval at bU;;' ome on Thursday.!! 11 tt c ,ri : r

It's a girt.*- ** I DENTISTOffice
-"A baby gin arrived titre horfwrt

*t Ralph Moon; on Monday ttfj 4 Heurst I .. m. to S p. m.

brighten up lUings. Mrs, Al Doyle Sundays I to IS
It cat mg for \the' mother and child." Closed Saturdays
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arrival of a baby Free Parking Spate ,
girl Matcfc 18. 7'.
on 1917 weight '
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O Webster Congratulations' PHONE l-illl

OIl 'John Inches and family have .- _.- "" "..
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I and Mew' Mrs. cTvsrW Bounds plot tit h 11ot el"inl'I1er'dIlU'tr.. l uirHole in 'Mr. fend Mr;'' i'- -
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I tat Buterd &V-, whewWey Fort Eauderdafe.Jrtpendin* several I' -
I hand JLroundHomestead will make their home. week,with her. Mr. add Mrs. Ralph DmnIIIi
"-- -- and Wilbur Bradley and doter

Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hewett of O. A. Ward returned from Belle I Min Mary left on .
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Miami were recent visitors of Mr. Glade to spend the week-end at for the North.

! Hewett' sister and brother-in-law, his home here. .
i I;Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Clark, and of Frank Snow and Mr. Whli

I Mr. Hewetf brother sad rister- Mr. and Mn. Johnson Hewett I expect to leave next week for t
t t jin-law.I Mrs. John Hewett. and son left Monday for a vlait homes in North Branford, Co

: Constable J. M. Scarboroughwill Mrs L. A. Fennell and Mr with Mr. Hewitt' mother Mn. They have visited for save
I Mrs. C. M. Degler of MI- J'I weeks with Mr. and Mn Dav
return today from Tampa I George W. Turner, Jr., representing ami, her little daughter Barbara W. Hewett of BrookivUle. !Snow.
where he attended the stat convention respectively the Naranja and .
and her sister, Miss Naomi
of the Florid peace officer i Homestead chapters of the EasternI 'FLORIDA CITY
*' association. I Star attended a party at the Roney i Davis, spent the week-end herewith 'I Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Harper an
)j Plaza Hotel given Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Davis, Mrs._ 'F. W tVvery. Cor-wpondent Mr. and Mn C. O. Arbogast Ie
of Mr Defiler and Mla H''' '' for \iMlM
j night by the Miami Beach chapter, parent Sunday Petersburg, W.
Adolph, who plan the part of I 0. E. S. Davl Mn. J. Sick of Waukegan 111., I Ruth Painter of Parsons, '
Peter in the famous Passion ; I
Play who is spending the winter In (Continued on Page Seven)
pent several day M guest of Dr. I : Also Either Pope spent the' Miami was a guest of Mr. and
.Mr Wm. Brodle I It suffering
and L. SrankUn at their
: of I week-end in Miami with her Mri. Edw. SUlIng In Florida City
grove Florida City, and from r broken pelvic bone. The ,
Uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mr* Hoke the past week.
left Monday for Cleveland where Injury was caused by fall Allen. ..
he- will appear at I big open air I
j Mill Myrna McCurry of Georgia
theatre. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stephens
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Null left M visiting her cousin, Mr. andPaul
(announce the birth of a even- Tuesday for Lake Okeechobee I
Mn Haley Mrs. Haley I 11 recovering ,
Paul Russell former mayor of ,pound daughter, Shirley Anne, at '
where they will make their home. from attack of Influ-I
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Homestead and now special assistant I,the Hunt hospital Sunday. I I. E .

to the attorney general of the Mr*. Virginia Smith and Mite enza. ar

United States, with headquarter Mr*. Henry .Carter expect her I Elisabeth McDonald of Miami wee, Pcnhlng Johnson of Kansas )

in Wasrington, called on friend son and family, Mr. and Mr visitors of friend in Homestead City arrived on Tuesday for a I II II ,
here Monday He hat been In
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Quincy Danforth and their son, Sunday afternoon. I visit with his great-uncle and aunt, -
Miami for about ten day In
connection
Harold to arrive from Oahkosh Mr. and Mn. R. W. Milllna.Mr. I II .
with tax e cases for the de- Wisconsin, today to- spend Easter I M,. and 101.*. Bob Ellis and [

partment of juitlce with her. family of New Smyrna spent the I ,and Mn Frank North of I I
weVk-end with Mrs. Ellis' mother, I General
Hamden, Conn., who have been
Mn. J. W. Atklni and her
Miss Ella Mrs Jack Polk has been 111 for Mr. Stephen and her brother- visiting Mn R. J. Shepherd, left JA .

sophomore laughter at the Florida Arozarlna State I the past week with Influenza J.in-law C. Reithmealr.Mr and sister. Mr. and Mn. I for the North Monday. They were I Public UtilitiesHomestead

College for Women, have gone by "accompanied by Mn. Castle of
airplane to Havana Cuba, where I Mrs. S. F. Matthew who ha Danville, Ill., who will go with ,
'burn 111 for several months la Cha Barndcard ha I II Phone 505-M
they will spend the Easter holidays now been them as far a* Wilmington Del. '
visiting friend and relative I very much better. Mr. and Mrs. removed from the University ho I Mn. Castle has been visiting Mn .
Ray Fleming who have spent the |I -- --- "111'

:' Vernon Buckingham left ye'-I put four month at the Matthew .'1\t,
.' terday morning on hit home left Tuesday for threeweek -

Baltimore, Md., after a visit stay In their home In South .
) :
tf three month with his brother- Hampton, Long Island, before go t
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mr*. 1 Ing to Negates: Ariz., where Mr.

I George w. Turner, Jr, In Redland. { Fleming has been offered a posi CLEAN-UP .
tion. .

.. Dr. aid Mr*. Tho Bembo and
I their two children Ion Mondaymorning I Mrs. Laura Davis who baa been J.
returrAo visiting her daughter and on-ln ,
to their home In
Winston Salem, "Charter: I stay I,law Mr. and Mn. A. D. Smith, '', "' .. .1.." (;. :
fit three month In Homestead. |left last week7 for Leeiburg whereshe : SALEUSED '

: will visit her ion, A. S. Cavil, 'i

Mitt tnes Bevl. received a diploma I ; -
Mn. Julia Polk who III
was
from La
> the France School
i with Influenza for a week i* able
cf Miami last
: Beauty Culture in ,
!. week and I* now working at a I to be out again. CARS
beauty talon I In Miami.
!! I Mn. T. V Moon of Miami I

Mr. and Mr*. S. J. Davis; leftyesterday ,chairman of Royal Palm State Park
tw for Crystal.Spring* I committee, and other memben of I. '
'the Woman's Club of Miami
where they Will visit View day werevisitors .
i before going to Nashville for a i at Royal Palm State Park ra.- ;.

\ two-week visit with relative IYtlterday.
I Money Back Guarantee
: t
Asheville! I Mn. Catherj'jkard baa been CD I
;.
I till the middle of June. ill for some time at her home on 1 JI
Avocado drive.
I I. I
t Mill Caroler Done visited In Miami EASY TERMS LIBERAL TRADES
over the week-end a* the guest Mr. and Mrs H. J:. Causey were '
t week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs.1 I .
Clf Mr., and Mr*. Van Huff I
..:-.- I I Drew King and family, owners of,
I Min Mildred West of Miami Pelican Hotel in Stuart. While In
i i pent last week-end In Homesteadas Stuart, Mr. and Mrs. Causey enjoyed PRICES SLASHED FOR THIS SALE

the guest of her brother-in-law I bridge and golf at the country
I
and liter, Mr. and Mr*. Dexter club.
Horn. I Y
... I Miss Mint Dyal I Is IU at her homeon
East Eighth street 1935 Ford Tudor Se1933 Ford Tudor Se1931 Ford $169
Mr L. S. Smith and her twin
that were born March: 5 at Kendal I I I dan: with $375 dan, real $245 Coupe ................

hospital were brought home yes- Mr. William Crow of Gouldswas radio ................ clean ..._........_. '
'I' taken to the Post Graduate
terday. 1930 Chevrolet
hospital for treatment this week. $125

.' Mr.vand Mr*-. C Cochenipar-I 19.35 Ford Tudor Two '32 Ford Coupes, Sedan ..................

jfer of Lima O. and their son and W.. F. Thayer who was injuredIn Touring $375 your $225' "

daughter-in-law.Kurt Cochensparger Mr. of and Hialeah Mr*,.I' to a be fall suffering four week from ago a fracture was found in Sedan ...... pick .?. 1933 Ford $325

were visitor at the Grant Mahan' the left kg He I II now In the Pickup ................ M

home on W. Bauer drive last sun-;Post Graduate hospital. 1934, Ford Tu- $295 Ford Tudor $225 .
day. Thl waa a meeting of old : : .
role.1 1 dor Sedan.. Sedan
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd M. 1935 Ford $375
friend after a long separation.
,
Miss Mildred Campbell' Miss' Bon-i Pickup ..............
Mitt Elizabeth Skill has recover nle Ellis and Alvah Taylor went to I

ed 11'0I11ft Illness which lasted Sarasota Saturday and returned HERE'S A 1935 FORD V-8 BARGAIN
Sunday afternoon. 1934 Intern-. $OOK
more than a week. I I
1935 Ford OLJ
I! Nre."F. : tional Pickup....
Mr. and D Ferguson and
)11'1. R. S. Clark and daughter, I COUPENew
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Betty Wny. and Clarence Smith I three Mack and children Fay, Mr.Junior and,Mr Charles*. John paint, 1934 Ford $395
week-end visitors of Mrs.
were
.Clark' sister, Mr. T R. Ellis of{I[ Ferguson and daughter, Johnnie, .,.. RG 157" Truck ........ 1
Alva. Mr*. Kill and her dllu.h-I b ; t roug .. "

4> ter Tomy Lee returned home j A1. A. BERGER I out $345 1 1936 Ford ...$750
with them for I visit of several CDR.;
cia,.. I i I = 15r Truck ... .... .'

I Dentist
C. It. Woodbury has been crlfl-i'

rally ill for the past few day,
I 36 N. .Krome Avenue Redland MotorsInc..

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t!;;f FLOlUDA'CITY 125 MILLIONTH FORD GREETED AT FORD FLORIDA EPOsmoNI: 1 awv.d WAKEFMjD

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. accompanied the party
I Va..
.'\ r 4t ,,. I I Award based on report of accomplishments 1
J K. God was confined to his II submitted by Florida's
" home with Influenza but I* able I master teacher, 0. N. WakrftcMat 1
<. td be out again I Homestead covering hit work
during the put year Wire Wake-
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Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Carper and field the food new with my con-
*; daughter who spent the winter at grutulatkrv-unquote."
the Lochri MUM on Tenth street Mr Wakefleldt designation of
]left for Bedford. Va, Tuesday i muter teacher came after the '
Homestead Chapter Future Formers -
Little Anna Lou Thompson, of which he la adviser, won
daughter of Mr. and Mr Herman under his leadership tint place lit
Thompson. reported recoveringfrom 'f { the Florida chapter contest that
her recent lllne*. L place In the southern regional '
pN11
-- chapter contest and second placeIn
.Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Muzzey ; Y I 51 the national chapter contest
r N and Mia Myrna French were I The Agricultural LeadersDi-
4 guests recently-of Mr. and Mn E. I gest magazine for agriculture

4 W. every of Miami I II Ilk teachers and leaden, will featurea
I story about the Homestead Future -
I Farmer activities In a forth-
COOPContinued
. : 1 I aiming issue, Mr. Wakeflcld said
: last night .
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k From 1-age One) I
( They were out for a ride In his .
I
z.: A. Ames, Buckner BeasleyMrs. .
1\\ W. J. Krome, Frank Rue, J. I new car On a particularly deserted
stretch of road the
engine
" R. Brooks, Howard Schatt Will More than ten thousand spectators viewed tie airrral *f the U.CM.000th Ford M It wound w p Its Jormy went dead
Anderson, Charles Pratt, W. K. tram MlrhlgM U MUraL Feted entente hy officials of seven dates, the famous Ford was ....100....* toMiami
t Walton J. Paul Broeker L. L. with cerrmonlM drnallslnc Its arrival as cue of the meet "' --.odd"E ( the tropical cllr s While waiting for help the young
Chandler Col. Alva Lee, J. S. Ea- resort season. The epMh-marklnr\ Ford will be en display at the Ford : daring the man began to make love to his
remainder of the Industrial show.
, significant companion.
ton and W. R. Wattl.
i The by-laws, read at the grow "My kisses," he said, will put
r ers' meeting Tuesday night, pro- ever the barn dance held away mittee sponsoring the dance ha cording to Paul Losner, chairman. new life into YOU"
.' Vido that the avocado and limes and few there were who had any not yet announced trio feature for Other member of the committeeare I "Then for goodness Mkt kill
grown by the members shall be absolutely desire for It to stop the next dance but I* planning I Mn Elbert M. froacher and the car," said the girl, and let* '
I controlled by the associa The chamber of commerce com something. of special interest ac-, Mr*. Carl) Tweedcll. I jet borne,Ex,
tion. The directors will work out -
: the finer detail of the co-opera-
F"
It live picking, packing, grading,
, shipping and wiling
. Since( mOlt of the grower who
bow ship through the florida
Avocado Grower Exchange at -
Naranja are likely tb become memo I
- ben of the newsgroup. Col. Lee,
chairman of the organizing committee .
expressed confidence the
they would agree to absorbtlon of Spring
th, asset and liabilities of the EXt I
change by the new co-opersttv r -"
4 association. 0 .' .y
,
All avocado and lime grower In ,
6 Florida will be eligible for mem- SALE
bership. No membership will
be considered effective until grow CLEAN-UP / "
a" ens representing 70 per cent of the
, total production have signed contracts -
" promising to dispose of ir-1
,
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their fruit through the association
At the meeting Tuesday night, (
Col Lee stressed the need 01 CARS .
widespread publicity to educatethe USED .J?
public to the consumption of
limes and avocado. *!.. ..II. .
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Mr. Ames revealed that chain r
tore group had offered to deal
with a co-operative association In
marketing the fruit, featuring sales
campaign and advertising at their
own expense He also reported
that an association of avocado and
lime growenIn the Avon fart
area: the only other section of the
state where the fruit ire grown
in quantities,had promised to "plaj
ball" with the local growers If they

organize.The entire. set of proposed bylaws Buy Now!

wa read by CoL Lee and additions .
were suggested by the '
grower Hi asked each grower WHILE PRICES
present to approach others who
were absent asking them to join ARE LOW
the association
"If M per cent of the growers
agree to co-operate there 1* hardly -
any question that we,can make
one to two dollars more per bushel

on Eighty our product per cent,* CoL of Lee production said. 100 % SATISFACTION OR 100% REFUND

or acreage, will be the goal of the
membership drive but 70 per cent The fclf swing ta th*W37 Ford V-8 Boy a better, newer used cr BOW t (

must be obtained before the cooperative bas brought M jour Ford dealer while present low price are) In effect. ,
under i0! Ckilis/ '
government can regulation be set and up benefit late model fret elase need eats of Remember, every R ft C cartonal ,

*. aD popular Kake. meet definite specification :

TbJ desire of lid up fcr the Ford factory and U
| M many people to

UNCLE EZRA. own the 1937 Ford V4I create .it guaranteed IawrltlDJb110arFord
.ler-"I00% Every RAG ud car and truck i
.,por'"ralllor you ,0 f ef la"t t

(Continued From Page One) wed, Mr mi a real lot price. Ford dealer today. Don't wall and laid down by the Ford Factory ,
tra wen late In arriving, so the
round dancers hid the floor unInterrupted lUlal.." Ford dealer are getting ran the risk of higher price Your and It fully GUARANTEED In I

until about 11 o'clock.: ready for lie spring rush of ltasl present car will probably cover the writing an a MONEY-BACK ;

4 From 11 until midnight, how. near-whes both new and used down p..ent-aad more. :The ....... :

far :,elI be la greater demand. balance on easy term
There are good reaaoaa wkyMopU
ore hMtaUIng Roper Gas .t
Ranges with

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,1 P.' "\.'tIE( ;X:'+LKtI (Alfred Tomertm.\ Gene Reyno)4., ':._ f j' A. IV'r,Ir.t). OBSERVES: Wednesday afternoon. Mrs M.

ON IIIHYSICALtlis'EDUCATION Joe Reynold*, '15t rPacetti) Th >ltKaa '$rtJ8S 'ItOMEITS 1tEK Solar and ')In. L. T. Edmonds

3 Miss KathrynTbtiseii and Theo Jack AHrtfi P CfIt1, ''Ra, Cdward ; I' In observable of Katfohal Busl- were hostesse

J Btoir,-physical education,,teach' VTalkvr and Billy Perktn 'M,';, *' -V. 'C. T. \V.: hiAehtfg nets Women's' Week Mrs' ''Charles.. Those present'wereMr*: Cnarle*
th Wand Community' \ CHureh cnnton raft 1 report on ttte number .. '
erg of Homestead schools, told I ., Toppftio, Mr*. S. 'Or1 eI, "Mrt,
of the worth while things that UM: -;"\: bfS. 'it 14 o dbck.MI17 I of Viinen Ih dlflVreAtbranch Frank Panno, Mr*. 'Charles Minlierley -
'
sport ,oI1''''' does for'the school : ;b )Iof'Y' \ _!CAe bile "it'Iftidtind' **''of the Duslii. *** and *rofessfoiul Wn/ George BArbus'Mri.

chDd it thOlarctj meeting of P* Mr. *hd Mr*.,J. 'TOm Y J\h"iptt L"4dles' Mi 'it' rtllit d\' arena \Wrtd and told tiortitethlbgtheMhievehhelits Mary ,'W'Ucfr. Mr' Don 'Ferrtyra'
Homestead, P.-T. A., Tuesday aNtemoon. a birthday'\ .'Wnner 'VedftesdaorPrekent 'and ltf rt1l. Af; } \ to member' add Mn.'rhartts'Pop*.
e\enIW for'WI11I'XdtWs.. : '' 6f the kotnestead B. P.rtg 'C. 1\"
A group of Win Theisen's 'M'ar, 'to-=:.BapMt'Suh'$y' fagot| '.
: pupil la, green 'gymnasium \ t* Jdtll he beetstilwlhbnot : 1 aOt lllfk Snipper'it tahSrch.Y40 I $( t-Jllti"IMc.." 'liieetlitg, 'Mh.\ ,!(orta'b .UQ N$. A I"y(:'lrbfORED
suits yon cnthualastfc applauu\ '*ted6t Verepf.. iftd 'falkphd ON '1tntny) )ufWtvfiSAKTMr.
So ':INFetttr'. $tw6oaIl'i13xl1tiI 'M, es's' oh 'Ifillfllillflt1; +
of'tSWnett Ute 1It1l'j '
tftlborV ,
for tumbling and balancing' itimta.Mn. A.Mr. aM l 'hdP 1 M '. \ #'W 'Eptacoplrchurch it blUa'> th* 1ridoe'el J Senate! :ahdMn.'Beh : apd' ikn. J. ,'P cpe'tnkrrs -
'Mills
Margaret f '
'presented I"tiler. M : i. AhtMiahes. Kslti- gfeitty Beach. Archer (affied! 6h curKtnt talned at family dinner-party rty
a group, of muslcl i;umber t anIndian EOeh Vanh 'ahd J6 cI I" "Mat 3 r'a} I ,.'.Ad9';'club'w 1 russets t t the social' *Wurlty"actfommltl I Sunday Jij hpnor ofthe: Birthday
,
to Jndlancostume : :
lullaby by fuplto ifine'Yhd anniversary ot Mn. Pope' broth
Ps
mg at i. u. u. "nan. fa Wtrri't.fi\'I ** fconi-
from chorus Mn. Edna Tutee, the I >tar| '1-..:Meeting 'it 'W. 'it. 't. f, modeMts. 8. x.bIarla: ft.J.f..*. er, Eugene AneH, 'University of
man'a.; room f/om '- i ai iHII elrclM. I bolt Ferhfyra and'Mr'*.A.'C. Ba*. Miami student.
operetta, Th Ghosts 0(. Hllp. r
and a thrift by fifth and a Ixthgrade At AlkrtS'HOMB Apr "Meeting of 'Rath pr ton Avis ',appointed by: the "pte l- Coven were laid for: Mr. and
song
I Shine Club with Mr*. Fred! ReTd. dent, Mrs. Myen.. Mn. 'Easlon Mrs. Pope, Mr. Allen Mr. and ,
girls. The Comtaa'isridge Club met at t'esa.rahchairmin And Mn. Hokd Allen of Miami and,
Apr. I-Meeting! bf 'Woman'sauxiliary Was trade i I ?
Mr*. J. W. English president, the home, of Mr. and Mn. E. A.I of St. johl)'.,Episcopal: Mrs J ... Hammett, initiitiop their two children, C. M. Allen'and, j jI
appointed nominating commit- {Ame on Mar.U. Mable, Junior, Esther and
I Church at the home of Mn. Lan- chairman.At I Allea.:
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tee consisting of Mn C. N Walker Tfielilgh score prze.or members ; Pop.
don
Carney. the next meeting, Apr. 12 wit
Mn. T. E Kirby Mr. Fred were given to Mr' J H: on _
Apr. 2 Meeting of Presbyterian four of the will debatethe ,
member 0'
Redd, Mn H. P. McOanlel and I Webster and. }{. E, Schaff, and the: BEGINNERS HAVE
Woman's Auxiliary With Mn. Supreme Court question and
for to Mr. and Mn
Mn. J. H. Webiter Mrs. S. L. prize guest I '
Landon Carney. officer* will be elected. E.STER EGO HUNT
West program chairman, announced H. Beasley of Chicago brother and
Apr 3 F L. T. Club dinner Present Mn B. L. The beginners' department of
the program numben ilster-ln-law of Buckner Beasley.and I were: Blggen
The attendance award were Miss Elizabeth Hughes of and supper In I. O. O. F halL Mn. J. E. Gauzena, Mn C. H the Baptist S\1h" >'r8efldttl etsfeyed's'- ,

won by Mn Margaret Becker'f Louisville After the games theplayers Apr. S Garden Club meeting Steffanl, Mn. C. L. Ooley, Mr. an Easter egg hunt yesterday 6n
at home of Mrs. Geo. M. Sonnlch- B F Collier Mn Chlnners Mr. and Mrs. V. M. arerinelr.lawn.
room In the high school and Miss were refreshed with cakes Tracy *'
Frances Doney'i room in the and coffee. sen In Florida CIty. i Mn. Win. hradley, Mrs. Eunice '

elementarytehoek ,- Thwe- present Beret Mr.and ,__Apr!:' _t and" ,B=Musjcal.cpmedy.L! Greer, Mn. Myers, Mr, Dickln- Mr. J. R. Doney, superintend
Mrs W. K. Walton. Mr. and Mn. I "Oh'Doctor, at Redland school at don JMr.. Easton, Mn. Hammett, ent of the department, wa auiited -

VISitoRS GIVi; BIRTHDAY I I H. P McDanlel, Mr. ind Mn I b. to.Apr..- : Mn. Clinton, Mn. Ferreyra, Mr. by Mn. J.'C Lott, Mn. Jack
DINNER'FOR VfJrt. J.'K.XbXVftMr Webster, 'Bucknejr: Beasley Mr, .. It-Debate' on i Supremetyurt Archer\ and Miss Lucille Bevil.Xb Polk Mrs. Claude Campbell, Mrs
/ tjaeiUbh at meeting of
f rod Mn.' H. Beasley, Mr 'and.\i... 1 H. J. Davis, Mn. M. P. ;i Walker,
*. J. 'Z. 11 Yt. vim Vol l ti HomesteaD lfa1A''d Ftofeislonal '
H:K. Schaff, Miss Hughes and the 'Vii" tit' YTF.RTO Mn. C. Ht Rice and Mn. Russell
pleasant_CWtlCe'tlir'th'deq\ TJtnneYat .I host and hostess. Women's Club In Legion HONOR PAW Miiib Walker.
her noffle' Sunday by her sister, I hall atIp.m.
Mn. W. L. McCleUaiHtlatwrneVlterimt Past matron of Ad Astra cl''''jp.

w,,Writ. It.'OtotU WtiNDS GIVE PARTY FOR EASTR P IS GIVEN ter of the O. E. S. will be honored\ RE'ilEBIAini' SERVE
tit MTS, PHYLLIS PARMAN ITT i'FOR by the chapter at next week's CHICKEN DINNER
,; both }*f N ali'4ilee tefo w MI?. 'BOB81T NICHOX8 I
Mc C> JT nd'. Wh, ))0Woh, Vnd Friend of Miss Phyllis FarmAt I Mn 'Hubert MicFtol* gavq "an meeting, Apr. 2. Th Rebtkah'at their meeting
i Mn. ;Cullf liusbahd, Dr. Xfom, :gave. her a surprise party'at her! llaiter: eig"\imt \ Wednesday latter Memben of, the chapter 'art Monday 'htght 'rad.p1a1Ul for
home Mar. 18 in honor of her I planning to attend the annivrsirycelebration !
pent two weeks her 'vie ting, serving a chkken dinner and
icon In honor of the tevertth birthday
r ,
al lght-e m ;and fishing. i..birthday' anniversary.. I of her Bobby. -X'horseshoe of Naranja chapter Ion sipper on Saturday, April 1,. forth
Coven were laid foe: Mr. and tiame Were. played lshd'take'Weieserved ,Vid afterward rthUftt son'ttiat wa* ,much enjoyed i Apr. J.SACRED'HEAKT. benefit. the F. L. and T. Club.

Mn. tMVla, Dr. and Mm Guilt .lea .crehm Val wdb by Connie\ Campbell | I Thos attending the meetingwere
Mr and Mn S. i Davit Mr*. I and Billy Jacobs.. CLCB GIVES: :Mn Blanche Chaptnanlvirs.
1 A L Chandler Mn. McClelland / Among: those present Vere: After other'contests And toe egg SHOWER FOR CLUBHOUSE I Colitis! Wolfe, Mn Florence Pa-

and Gordon McCleDand.The Miss DoMthy Mom, Miss NinaPearl. I I hunt Ice Cream Was sena1 d with a Mmber of the Sacred Heart cetti, Mn Flora Comptoh, Mrs
visitors stepped in Clear- Bush. Miss Iva Dyal Min birthday cake which had pink Club gave I pantry shower for Matilda Fox and Mn Gertrude
'I v ''l"f and at Bak Tower on their Barbara Done, MIA Jane Kelly ] decorations and candles the kitchen of their clubhouse I Caphnger
Mia Henriette HarbnAn W Alta green
v. a down They started horn.'Tw"d.r Webster Miss Mary RJn oil, Miss Clay bfilloons and Efster? baskets

I M ely Sever Mlsefj Peaty 'grad, piled With favorsMr colored. eggs, were given -

si'B.DEBS WILLIUVEPROGRESSIVE Phyllis Parman Randolph. Cats" as "
Francis Irwin Jr. Edmond Wat- *. Paul Reynolds Mad MnAdrldn .*
PAR'I'Y BUNNIES
IIOVSE I Jacob assisted the hos- i a
kins. Earl Smith Martin Bishop
Sub-Deb made
The plan to
I iparty Billy Arthur Plern McDanlel. teu
livid a ek-end progressive house besides
Children present Bobby
Jack : Scherr and *
Gatlln Eugene
this week when they met at CHICKS
were. Barbara Jean Home, Connie -
Charles LittleMR'S.
the home of Miss Bobble Summer- Campbell. Barbara Jean Wake-
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ti n Wed roe ad.3' Held Melba VanWinkte, Barbara
After the meeting, the hostess l RIRBY tS hOSTE8SI Jean Smith, Martha Jan Oault, fc -BASKETS '

treated the club to refreshment at I TO DOItCAS'CLASSMrs. Paula Kemp, Marian Anderson,
t the Dixie Drug and all went to the T. E: K rby hertolned : bale y'Aust. Joe and Jen Re>- .
the Dotes Claw \rusln! "and '
theatr at a w 'I hotds,Billy Jacob, Jackie "Xhearn 'EGGs
Thosw present were: Miss, Iva social session at. tier' nom* ye Bobby Monroe, Albert. Hinman.)
%)yat, Miss Nina Pearl Bush, Miss terdjiy 1 afternoon. Mrs.' X D. ?r., Donald Posey std Hubert
M.rcla'aallzfN, Miss Helen West. Smith gale the devotl laL th a Nlcho, BONBONS
Miss Virginia Frick, Mill Alta I Bible tjuli Mn. '' :E.'LeWU. mad.I' "

Webster, Mill Henrietta Hartman, the highest score ) Miss Mary France Arthur and 1 I THe hostess serves horn* .mad* I TO pELEBRATt 'I ND?
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the hottest, cake and trotted Jetto.. I tlaran' chllpl BlftftibAYS.:: ;.
\
Present betide those Dtimedwer
wiU celebrate its Yoi't'.eerti: bietk-t
EASTER"EdftNT"is! Mn.'C. T Ha r Mrs: 'l L., day Thursd'sly .". :otf.IIet.: )1j4jEaster chnafes l ire 'the .
hill NAn LpwiitilAes'M?' :QeoL4Frtdfa: Jl. ta. "worthy, matron,And worXy/ Ya- I ,.. ;

taster egg hunt was given W. M.ljllan Mn. Chat. III"unh'r. Iron, Of th*'district: will 'e'.guests'od 'I'IIOP purest.ahd finest'that 'trtonbuy. : :'

Thursday cfterftpgn ,at th*jlo"injof 'I. hohJJr. --J, .
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We have
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LikRA .y' never
Mr a&rjrta<* p'oXie t tat, b11-S:u :, "

the children*of.tot primary department I HIS THIRD ANMVfRSART. 1 1'CARE'j changed,our policy of purity i{ ancl quality '
,
I Qt th | iomsad!: Methodist I Mn. H. B. Raln k gave a blrth-;

I Church*by 4k4MMtMrinemleni>a4,I Ift-tr'fk'llday ate Tqfln, fer i tbe.finestchocolate and *wholesothe pUr 0 ;
the de artrJu ". Ktrs. Poyser and her small son BuHtivvAr; thon : M .
the tcjrchen, htrs.- Earl ,ftmtti 1 i.[After outdoor gsmesTiaa been'en- BOg4r'go in bthe makirig'of our Easter .. ... '
1 1candies I'

: Mn Brandnlu Lawreic* PacctO.Ind Mlu"MnMeWi I5taUttle -I, jiedBudJy trim o toned titt'ttv'rlCls the gifts. 'he .: + and novelties so:that they'are ai' ,.._""' .... ': i
thad'rece'I4: ( .
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I was ,
b un' decoMtod with Id41fci6us they attractive.Whitman's
t Punch, cindy, eggs ihd .Easter !,'seasonal.flower*, and *'pink and 1 Tru* beauty demai. "d. are' .
Vie test At ..ni1'11m1l.
"III were served, :,green color ac6e...* was carried II car* .
T
Children present : : out In th*'favrjs 'J1'd'I! *'* Whether you '
wish a a facial.M Chocolates .
wave : 50c to $3.00
Xoeatlln Winifred Wfat."i nil
J ;B KTdy: cut birthday manicure, or _hy'Of '
: gy Chamber's\ ) ,green one, det rated with tI'o"e'l til* otber..n llida-o <
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"' Julia Lenora William :Wfiiingll.y. 'Clikkolates '
Wlngat pinkcandle* to teauty, you'll .find 'S0c to $3.00
Beverly Wjn.ft. Vivfin ,Dolar Those inv*," *nw the the,, skilled operator at I
Edna Rvl 1, MoflM t-t0UJl1iMI. wet*: ''list la, anti ReDa Net ,'Poll's Beauty Parlor 'RuV ell JlcPhall's Chocolates 50c '
Thelma Chinnm 'N hcis' goiter tofoao. HIS u 4M B rbW, .:Jean 'Said? lof serve to" $3.00Xffetyle'Cftoc'oratcg. ..
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Margaret 'Wfngnte, At- SrtUh.JJlln* Mick, Maxine Walk Quickly at time. I
er Johnnie f.r( IOn, Carl gm th. C1,011019110161 Spiral any M > I 50e to'$3.00 :
,Brandenburg. Charles Wayne Bound and Donald Combination i

t, Cann I 7.
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'.,.Friday March .1937 ....THELEADERENJERPJUSEKXLLA Ea Nine




I ii mwsi "Mlsg. Tallahassee s.'C'iiJ lc, t, Mar.APP MIS 25 Dorton-'tleTti a Miss rrcom-1 PUS'S B' SHOW I 1 ; 1 1.IIf'



atyiloe Qrady has been named

r SACI& School Edltoft borne demonstration, agent In DadeCottoty I ;1 r

to succeed Miss Panty I

$ fyqliM.vI& >hIt .*htoI! .to 'Last Friday Mr*.'Rutland treated top-too! 115 snnpunoed by Wins

Mary t ibown, state.home dem-
ftlwlii'l to i \ 6e wTnton Mrs. Tkttrmm'a class to aom "

haw 'ii-deria their;iirtfs and in- Easter candy-bunnies, eggs, and "onitr Uon. ......n'M | Grady

nounetments and also tbetr capshit chjckcnt, honor of HuthVblrth.i \Vill,kegln her new. work, on April 1 t
towns lor "graduation. day. I 1 with headquarters in Miami ti' Ali rt

,I M Norton recently resigned In

Miss Haydehs foora has .been Mrs. Edwards' e1I it.h.4111 tea Dade after having made an out- 'ssI

TUtty '8rtdU'
dollar Pearly every time this :year Mrs. Edw rd home. demonstration work with both 1 1d

but ailed to win It this( week ai women and girt 'In that county hrgttI

the juniors stepped rfght up and for the past 12 years. Prior to i

took It away from them. Redland Church Holds; that time the was. agent In Lee
_' County.
ltd Annual Election I
Don't forget the Junior play Miss Grady goes to Dade from

which it conning off toon. Suwannee, where she baa been for
The following officers for theRedland
two and one-half years and hat
Community Church
The high school art class I* very were recorded noteworthy accomplishmentt -
elected at the annual held
proud of the new bulletin board meeting ,
last week
:
which If now in the art room. : County commissioners, the State
Board of trustees: WUmer H.
Agricultural Extension Service
Cast, H J. Armstrong, Frank W.'
Mrs. Ben Archer and MM Preston and the United States Departmentof
Stillman, M. J
Brownlow. Wayne
B. Bird room mothers tookthe Calkins I Agriculture co-operate In financing .

puplla of Miss Hayden'a room Board Of stewards: the Rev. Geo] and directing home demo t

to tee The Last of the Mohlcant" E Dtuel. Mrs. Geo. E. Deuel i, onstration work In all three counties ,

at Bar Grove theatre Saturday Committee of stewardsMrs', : ? tl. U1 XUwtiMr etnjfeSMi Us MhUo. eke entire rWtaetMa

afternoon. They left Homesteadat : Anna Messer.smith, Mrs. Wayne: I fiat the ror4M.if Ca"ony stem II to pfenw FterU* M, a
n o'clock tn one of the P C. Calkins, Miss TiUlle Turner,! P: tm hungry-t got an eatl a.l. martlet when lie (Wta4 tk..tpwiUnUr fttt florid EtpMl-
Bullard trucks driven by TrUitt rawful Keadache flea at Mlanl to<* --. Lading the mtomvbi* anMvfMtknr. tine
Frank W Stillman and Miss Jtath- hi Uih saws tie ramriMr eU that te his MrtBlM tlMe I*.
Bullard and JUlburn Nixon and I erlheCaat, recording ltewifa.I'off{. Cbok: What you need Is excretee I = MUMrartimra r dM fell** Uto era- pie .! Peed ytammte.

had a plctnc luncheon at Matheton, 'Chl&kftchool superintendent, Why don ;you take an axe and get As ...,/4\DP rt at II.." red. all, Florid. .Greeting. *

hammock The eighth grader 1 Miss T\l'ner; Ladles' Aid beta :at ftur'wobdpile' brevet a it., t:Usneto hluBu-rr ls bot .et tie Bftbima .....u.. L'.sMark

in the: party welt: Irtt Caplinger, dent. Mr*. Thomas Brewer; Ep-. Tramp alnt got no splitting I

t Wanetta, Ko* (U'IIA' !. Klna Bullard, I.,worth I.ttIIItie 'f resident, Mrs.. Naomi headache-Ex.!
Virginia Dinner, O ai Cray Mar- Kufektt ntek rte: "Oh, ldJ'I";/ \ 'hArty' to

,a.Lawrence! ., Edwin Booth, Tore'lgn service committee, Mr. "H6 van te quite Vad.1 ',, She: "The man I cventuallymuch of k tetiUrge as Vdu Vottld
.Archer:Dodson >Eltert>: Ooliir Preston "We" be Verse" Ex. ?' ," tla\le'rtie 'Wtie'v--1LX.
'Denel.. Mrs,, H. 3. Armstrong. Mrs-1! It inifcht marry mu.t pe S he.ro

Birtr Jo Bynm: xmoryBrandenburg r. W, Stillman; social service and,

Fred Fuchs, Charles ,hospital service committee Mrt.)

Conner/ Letter Archer, Harold 'Catkins, Miss :Turner, Mrs."GeorW,

Branch, Trank Bilelto and fcalpnAndrew W. Turner, Jr,; religious tduelti i

*. I n committee, M'r. Deuel. Miss'

Turner and Miss Cast f
The seventh wish to
grade girls Music committee Mr Deiiel, '
thank Mist Lutes, Mt. WalcefUld. Mrs. Wi&iaift .JMcColloUgh Mia::I ICa.t
and the boys And all other who
I and Mrs Calkins 'j
helped make the "Ghoata of Hllo"
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Lay evangelism committee.!
a lucceaa The girls cleared S31.00 !
presidents of all boards, societies
for the swimming pool fund.
and young people's organizations;

parsonage committee, officers of.
Virginia Wood won the $100
!Ladles' Aid Society and one meow)
for telling the'greatest number of
of board of
her trustees pulpit
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tickets for "Ghosts of Hilo"Mrt
supplies committee, 7 W St01 ;

Miss Turner and Mr. Deuel.TlnanM .
man.
S. L..West substituted last
committee, Mr. Cast
)
Monday during the absence of Mri
Mr. Deuel Mr. Stillman. Mr. ]
Mary Webb. The children are
Brownlow, )fr. Armstrong and ,
glad that Robert Kuhn I able to
'
the president of the Epworth league -
be back in school after ten days I
and president of the Ladles' ,
of illness}. The children are sorry I
Aid Society; church records committee -
to lOll Scherr who hat
Frances;
I presidents of board of M
been transferred to South Miami
trustees, stewards and Ladles' BRINGS COMPLETENESS NEVER KNOWN BEFORE

n teems to be a habit with MmDorsey's Aid; parsonage committee, offi- | in All 5 BASIC SERVICES
cert of Ladles' Aid and: one memo :
fourth to win the
grade .ber of board of trustees, pulpit
i FOR HOME REFRIGERATION
dollar at the P.-T. A meeting each* ,supplier committee, Mr. Stillman.I' j .
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time. Mist Dorseys class It still
Miss Turner and Mr. Deuel. | a;; 1
studying long djvlslon arid the! Nominating committee, heads ;, t ,
pupil are enjoying the various 1
step In It I of Church school Epworth Lesgue I I 1. GREATER ICE-ABILITY
Chairman of boai'd ot stewards.
-. cnathnan of LadJ Aid, and Mr Ends "Cuba.47ts sad "Ice-Famiae UI
The winners of the. peep-show''j THE PROOF I
Calkins Cant
and Mr. pastoral
contest were Tommy Collins In 2. GREATER STORAGEABILITY"New
relations committee, same as pulpit
high hoof, With*, high kcore of -
I I supplies committee 9-Vtf AJjuiaibl. tamiorl HI tHlPROOH
18 correct answer*.arid Jack!tucker -

in the achoel' The ,
elementary ,
winners received a prize of (SOc I I 3. GREATER PROTECT- BILlTV

This third grade made $ ;10 on the II K:.p food sates 1esa fc.r, ioel' fix Till
show, and the class wishes\ to I I I r
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thank 'all those Who 'ei a to see 7. GRATER KPE19U1iJ 1t

Itj The money will be.used for '
I: : r .yltor Pr act Pfd.i.ardd
\Y
new boakJ'Jor' the;library., 'The! e Kotdsi. no MOO1rI
third grade is:sorry to': )loie ()ta .

Mad Taylor,.Jack.StrIcJtja.nd.anjl, ,- t e.!@ DTE'Run'
Robert Fortes who have' been ; ... '.I : I ..!tow -y

,, transferred'jo. other:school dais.' The. c,'. j... .
rapist mothers treated the W EOraII
A
a triy. o'tlti: Jferrot ,jungle.' Ingdbtk ;ENg.j\-e'ri ( tNrtiailalawlt'rti.. '

'Miami tWednesdejt.I aner-1 -.ew ': .
sese'e:0itug ses; ==
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1t..r Jstaperosa.steaeast, _
oiMweaM din. Gin EUPIE'.d.r.c.
!live dra's Clew '"-4al"- j Cori.Is.wlr.ttieb a .. .SEITHI
C:1 S fr the next I ltisfdd. .tei IM1E laauiag saving
.1 fate wed. ryas.wvt.Tag. wkk a* acaisl .l.cait..at easel
ocnu a aeeas1i..tbee wire=: ttgi.. kep.b Metes-mis mew : fat to l st.I7i Arsjuur

ffi .'Utdrr you DVTT M (ke pcke ofr.rdi..ryr.6lg aaorl NEW INSTANT CUBE-RELCASC: III
Iiiie for are.M.II,>wk!) w rust.psdiot bey kaowa 6e" .,., .
'''iaf wdufidoiM and"tMUf* I la 4X& JGULrnOf4 MMVKM. Ye*doer EYE RX 1C[. TRAY

ATLANTIC'fcttmv, "Jag !t1111014... hire, I buy ca si ra MT-WX Now jv SM moos,Saba h out he it I.A..,..I i
r 'iton.il Pri.idalre Is the swat *-PAW Meeo.idw otII.Y.rarGloAtlts soil lrl .

fie nv&t'oV yfafcr Mdlifg: .,1 Bush Barber Shop that foo4oto it MTS e4 M0ah.fixxj o-*pntwrat food and ever CBimU know M fT rioot tat I :::=.ioew.h.tide....wr saP,

hours Enjoy the wtt, the wl.- l itself u4 twsi you a peefif besides l t == "=--r.= ;
the' t Beauty Parlor Mk son of sodas the SMM fee your '
assist the eonilanfoidilp| 'I I __kOTw*.Co**.. K*
See mu ruoiDAiu iaooa6 .. ...
ehann lJ\at have made the At- asosay. .--

iai4t$ for.v ntj-fIV+p yeast. 'k'-' bale %raw*, OperatedNATUROL IL D WOMTLATIM irstl -

Aneriea'a most quoted and most I -

cherished magazine, !

Sass '1. (mentioning ihis ad) f. GAS .
HOMESTEAD'FlJRN1'11J1t}:: CO. -'
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Friday March 26
r ) Ten THE -ENTERPRISE -- 193'1


Rev. Core Describes Key .know why the flower grow 'JJI
MRS. WALKER
II t SABBATH OBSERVANCE I Biscayne to Lions Club :because they want to get eut*f

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r By the an A. A. KaesUIr. Paeter on Sunday (Continued Prom Page ,One Biscayne Key the Island opposite -

Homestead MeuWIM Ctsawth: 1 I Man need this Bay It I* needed dropping out a. they reach high : Coconut Crave owned t y
physically, mentally and morally school. Mr Walker gave countywide Hugh Mathewn wa described by
sorrows HOT. TM b MM"MMknrta : aa well a* spiritually. Those who tests to show among other i the Rev. Harley R. Core In an GROVETHEATRE
..war< a eleww.4 ft .HS.li". mm"W aaK./a Both".*.. I,work even day la I week will thing, why this wholesale quitting -, Impromptu talk before the Red- I

: D...stga'Miarurrt. --. not escape failures la either mind of school occur In the land District Lima Club, Tuesday + .

I : "REMEMBER the Sabbath Day I body or aouL seventh and eighth grade over I[ night Carl Wagner, principal of I II COCONUT OBOTC,,
Mews 7 and Ataitsatta
the county U w.'found that a the Redland schools, reported on Us
} to keep it holy." Why? I Ila I Jesus la Matt J: Is I I I II
lawful to do WELL 2J.t.tDa" I total of 409 pupil could not solve i the state teacher convention at Matinee Sat art Saa. lie \J
a sense this commandment I* I .
i Stelaxa.8un
ten In 50-probtem test:|Orlando last week. I I
a
problem
,\ r a link between the two section of There are some deeds ofmercy ,
necessity, piety and charity In Arithmetic The lame results George Cooper was appointed
the Decalogue, a* It shows the I I :
duties due both God and man; the that must be done on Sunday,I obtained in English and other related chairman of a committee to stimulate j .. Mon Tact. Wed 1

first three give duties directly to but the "o. In the ditch" to a* oxof subjects. These result.I interest In the Lions convention Mar. U, S9, 1*. 11
'
i Mrs. Walker said showed that
God, and last six give duties that contention and a much over- at Chicago I 8YLUA8IDVETHENRY
J! man owe to man, | worked animal When Hayop a I 1 some pupil can not fit themselves Mrs. T. V Moor, president ot. FONDA ,,'1

Clod. In giving till law to Meees, Syrian Christian convert was!J into the present curriculum of the the Florida State Federation of'!' la
school and should haw
ordinary I'I'I
ordered to wortoon Sunday he re-
Sabbath I Woman Cuba, will deliver a |
didn't say "Keep the Day vocational I i I
"special training along
"YOU ONLY LIVE
fused. His laid "But
employer
holy," but did say Remember the I travel talk at the ladies' night;
i
Sabbath Day to keep it holy" The does not the Matter say that It a line !meeting next Tuesday, Earl L. I ONCE" I In.n.
; command to keep It holy had already man has an ox and be fall la the I Working with E. M Claude, di- I Middleton Miami Lion, announce .
been given Sabbath observance pit on Sunday, he may pull him 1;rector of trade and Industrial education 'ed | ------ -------
out*" "V..." replied Harass "butIf for Dade County and with
and the marriage tie have j Guests were Mi W. A. Pratt'of FrU Apr, I. :S
the habit of Into and federal vocational training -
ox hat a faffing state
come to us out of Eden and are to London, Eng, Mrs. Mart Pratt J
the same pit e.- Sunday, then officer, she worked up a plan ROCHELLE HUDSON
be kept leered, holy Cain and of Toronto, Can., John Sherman I 1
Sabbath".. I man should either fill up the pit I for a county trade school and MICHAEL WHALEVIn
Abel observed the ,of Miami and Lonnie Hood of
sell the the other members of the
or ox won
the end of day* they brought their I I Goulcla.I I
school board to It. The North
( offerings This mutt have been This commandment la God'slaw I
WISE"Bat.
a command from God, In that we ; He ha sanctified It Man' Side School building wa iA process "WOMAN
read In Hebrews It:4. -by FAITH I* to do likewise by abstaining 9f being remodeled into an The bal Thing I
I administration building for the I Barber "Shall I give you a
Abel offered unto God"; and In from regular work and cultivating
entire school system. Plan and shampoo Apr. I
Roman 10:IT. "FAITH Comethby and observing the higher Intent
hearing and hearing by the of the day. Failure to observe, specifications were changed soon Hunch: "It* the beat or nothIng BOB ALLEN i

WORD of God." Abel1 faith the day holy carries with it a pen-!I enough to permit Itt adaption to with me! Give me a genuinepoo' la
1
and for the "
cam by the WORD of God. Genesis alty a* doe the violation of any classroom workshop -Ex. .
; It:U speaks of the Sabbath and every law of life, hough It trade school Wednesday Mrs. "RIO GRANDE ,.i
Day this also la before giving of may be long deferred. A farmer Walker offered the resolution forestablishment New We Vadentaad RANGER
the Ten Commandment wrote to in editor of a farm piper,i I of the school and It Little girl watching her fatherworking

Hurriedly, coming to the Chris that he lowed cultivated and harvested wa board passed and the unanimously Institution will by open the In the garden: "Daddy I''
a certain acre of ground on
tian dispensation, we hear the school of the
other
with county
Sunday and received his best returns I
words of Jesus Christ "Think not
that I am come to destroy the law, from this acre. The edl.I next September.Mrs.
or the prophets ant come not to toe printed the letter In the paper I Walker aid yesterday the :
Gibbs' "Clinker Built"
1 destroy but to futTiH." and added below. "Remember I board ha* figured out a method of ,
God doe not always pay off the I financing: the project without additional -
1 : Jesus taught that "the Sabbath I
first of October" taxation No tuition will
wa made for man and not man I be except a provided in
Reason and gratitude command i charged *
Inboard Power Skiffs
for the Sabbath". Jesus never abrogated
the other free school units
that some portion of our time county's
; the need ot the Sabbath. I of seasonal resident
should be given to God. The best for children
.! ; He wit present and party to the I
way to keep the day Is to worship I The trade and Industrial school
very command--John ts: "AU :
God the best God
way to worship will not be a college preparatorycourse
; lt-Ft Length mill H ft
things were made by Him; and '
1 Is through His church. a* It Is designed for the s ;
without Him was not anything
f There I* a personal necessity: pupil who does not care for or is ftboard
made that was made.
I" for church worship Man is so con-1 I unsuited to a college course Mrs.
The fact that the Sabbath la so stituted that he needs for the stim- j i Walker (aid. It will take boys I $135.00;

I repeatedly stressed throughout I I I ulus of his spiritual life certain |I and girls of 14 year or over. I
God's word Is evidence of Its great positive religious acts and obsHYI The first year's work will be an Cash Price

importance I ances, and the church alone turn i exploratory course In woodwork I f. .. b. JacksenvtMeHFt :
Before Christ went back' to the lane these. \I metalwork, power salesmanshipand
believing I' There I* also a civic necessity of related academic: IUbjecll'|' v.E Length With. III
j; ) i church worship Not only rich !such as English, history and math P Briggs. Stratum la-,
sary for the Individual soul to be i blessings come, but church woe I ematlca. By the second year the I .beard Motor

f I In touch with Him but also to be,:,ship has a great Influence on the ,student will have found the mainline ,00

i in touch with each other i.i,entire life of the community Observe of work for which he la adapted 175
From the very first, the apostle the day property and a powerful and will narrow his course to

worshipped on the first day of the i sermon has been preached,that By the third year he will f. a. Cash b. Jackaeavlllrl Price:
week. This was doubtless because to those who do not go to church 'have ascertained for which division

Christ rose the first day of 1 I Proper observance shown' that I of the general fine he is best fitted Length With 1 H.,
.- the week, appeared to them on man is man and not a beast In that I the first day of the week In two it develops the soul and spirit i iI i training In the fourth year he "e1W board Meter

0 successive weeks and wa present I I within man as he strives to live will do part time work In the
w at Pentecost on the first day of the ,:above the lusts of the flesh ;school and part time work. In hit $20000
r week Acts 20:T speak of the I 'Be not deceived. Cod la not trade out of school
people coming together to listento I I mocked, whatsoever a man IOWI I Mr.. Walker pointed out that C Cash Price
J1 .preaching of Paul and to I eth THAT, thai be also reap." i iI !l Jacksonville' Tampa, Orlando and 'f, 'e. b. JacksonvilleTHESE

j break bread together the first day I I:"REMEMBER. the Sabbath Day,!Daytona Beach already have such

i) of the week. Also John on the to keep It holy"i j trade schools, and that Dade, County BOATS MAYBE BOUGHT,ON TIME
1) Isle of Palmas "wa In the spiriton really was behind the time In
'j I the LORD'S DAY." A man went to see a physicianfor not having one before {Uil Ja. PAYMENTSThis
i
j Jesus held fast and so must we I advice as to how to .*M cured i
that one day out of seven must be I of the habit of snoring I Mother: What do you mean by ; inboard motor skiff i ja sturdily built throughout and seaworthy.

holy separated to God. "Does you snoring disturb your putting your thumb to your nose. Carefully made of white cedar and .completely tlnfshed. All
: The early church was in wife" asked the W. D. I j and wiggling your finger at those j
} minority and not until "S II'II'U "Does it disturb my wife echoed little boys 'I I bronze propeller shaft rudder; etc. -Towered With sure, quick

A. D. under Constantine was the patient. 'Why it disturbs Willie: Don't you
[ ix.Ma'l, starting, dependable,.air-cooled Brlgga Stratton motor.
law passed suspending all the whole eGII"'IUOft.-Ex they know what I meant! -- I I'I '
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j j :' REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS Store Hoar; Biscay Blvd .

Daily 9 'lo 131 _<= ZCL tVlA_ 13th to lUll seta

| 'V ; FOR CITRUS AND TRUCK Saturday, 9 to .9' ... ;-) At the. Circle. e


"MIAMI. ,

CROPSOur i

CLEAN and WHITEN TEETH

formulas are prepared to meet the needs of Dade with psaetraaes Color to the the Oxycea k crevices teeth powder ketwea wi.UkUdV she

i teetlt. P1et.JtlirnJaia&, Protects... Sasses

County soils. insecticides and fungicides carried in and Ia .-Ical.. ass

Sn TRY CALOX AT OUR EXPENSE

I What Caloa win do for yo. eaaUr
stock and mixed desired. -e 40 bore
as
demonstrated by Ton la yow .wa at elii'
expense. Simply fill la the coupon with year
Same and ". and mail It to a*. Tea wilt
t receive a saf./y free a test can of CALOX
Florida East Coast FertilizerCos TOOTH POWDER, the powder nor* and
more people are acing every day.
FREE TRIAL COUPON: '

:, ..Manufacturers, Jltdland Brand Ffrtilizm .: UcKssMM Roaslis. Inc., Falrfel. c._ 1,

"rno.VE is FRANK a trre. Mtt. i1O.IIOUESIEAD.. FLA. Send a..lwilltryIt.ale dry rid et CALOX TOOTH. .POWDER II .e expense to j
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RATE First Insertion 10* n line, lubatquent Insertion
'A AW ,
St a line i
I Boy Wanted .


1 Union. FOR RENT I FOR SALE 10-acre 1O-.r-oI4 )
CHURCH FREE METHODIST
FIRST BAPTIST
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Mar M-Easter "We Rent Out Farm grapefruit grove. Boo Marsh

Mar. tt of morning the __aeraaoa_: U a. aa Mia the salary. OVER IS square mile of choice seedless lives. 24 old Taylor
Fruits
Tke Tar will speak la evening I tomato, potato, bean squash,I avocado', a few Persian ,
evaatag *m aiaaf
UwaTt ... broccoli general marl lima tree Hole blasted and
Three Paasivrn or farming "
Bin I
ar AlaI ,
DrIll made tor I'll tree Tenant '
over af the Bible. UM land await your selection. South i, up t
WWcaT .t.tI
aervk ....... raaeever aa ee i See. Dade Farm, Inc., Homestead. house. Give away price nah
Mar. n Prayer down $JIOO; remainder, $900
The Vine Bad UMBraaehe by tk* Jew Twaay. .. f Fla. (m26)
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subjects LAWRENCE federal land bank mortgage payable
Oar Faaoever.
*." I FOR RENT Nice, cool furnished i In 24 year Address Grove

0.- apartment Private bath,| Owner Box 828, Leader-Enter
CHURCH THE
CHRISTIANSCIENCE I reasonable. Ask at Western\ priae.

Mar. tt 1__-__ Mar. U Maniac Union. (mjetf) ,

(.pie: -...lIt,." Rail Ye Away Ik* ; FOR SALE You can make
Evening service a I I HOUSE TO RENT-for summer. .1....." and a. per year It you
I TO CBRnlTOM .
ter me as at*. "The or SUSAN ADAM 1, Call at the Wishing Well. Na- buy this store for only; $350.00
METHODIST
HOMESTEAD I Christ. Quartette I .. ranja. (pml) plus Inventory. For full particular
CHURCH Jodrrt Covrt I. awl for
I and there will be .......... Io ....... No. I aee Scherr Feed tt Supply!
M... U Mornlitrt eras music. A cordial .. I Store. (flit)

a* "Christ In Uf.* cBetr *pe> .... i TO cmtnrroa FOR SALEFOR
every I and All POIW.IM thrifts
elal. -When Thoo ." I I ... .. _.,t I FOR SALE Citron fresh or pre

aepraa, solo by Mr*. Lewis ST. JOHN'S EV of .... oi= notified SALE Lot with two served. Tropical tomato mines
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Brandenburg with Lyon bnUlLtlTllEaAN I PMMM. ... .may......riotaM of roo and war do.I house, 1500. See Henry Beh- i; meat and sandwich filling, Ioi.

en quartet: anthem.They \ o>UW of SUSAN ADAM reM or BenJ. W. MorrU. Phone }0c, pint 35c. Calamondln In
M... 18 at I ..
ave Taken Away My Lord." day school and i I ....... UH New of York nu .Vonoo.. Iko I 94. (m28). small lots lot qt. Mr*. Ceo. W.

heir directed ay Iprlag J. '... c.: ..", Jade of !Koael Jungle Grove.
Easter Meaaac 1101 his .ffl. In w .,...., FOR SALE One young cow. I
.yon; Infant baptlan. Evenoff mlUlloa. Couoly Florida .......
| milker. CARISSAS. lOc CUTTINGS
food 6000. I. R. An. qt.
Are the r oiMtki from tko ..M of I I
sermon "M acre I .. __. All -,-}i. derson, Naranja. (pal) 1 and SMALL PLANTS tor salt.Mr II
)eadrSILVER FIRST presented within 11M Ceo. W.
....... I Kotel. Jungle
CHURCH / as meager Is__promrlb.d be low. !FOR SALE: New Cottage! and Grove, Redland road and Fluro-

PALM METHODIST Mar. tt .. A. D. 1991.! I cabin 1000. Will take good car!

CMUJICtI-.... ship .Th Message A.. PALMER 5ROOK5 I part payment Barber Avocado FOR SALE Chayote 75c a 1 1I
". Administrator W the
Afa $S--Thr Rev. Alia.McFarlaa Rlaeai Lord" __ I W Sw. Alleges brooks. I Dr.,'**at of Roberta Rd.. Home I dor; Chinese spinach Be lb.;

.* Miami will be YI. Evening warship *. stead. (pm2) tree spinach IV lb.; lemons tie

nttTlpeaker; far the Cuter Young people's Easter j I do*.; okra, market price; carlssa ,

II....... FIarida,. Jelly. Mr*. Geo. W. Koael. Sr. I
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(enrlea Sunday ......... ai7p.ra. I .., AKtaiMnhir, FOR SALE
M II... It. IN1.I I Plummer Dr. and Redland Rd.I :
11'0011trame
house lob of nice
..... .. It ,
1. 1 II A. L )
CARD OF THANKS W. M. S. BOARD I 1 1 furniture, linen, dishes, everyI R. 1. RED FRYERS-CJv or drea*.

Ve wish to thank our friends The executive board <:ATION roe TAI I, thing complete $2200. Make an I ed. Free delivery In city Phone

I for the sympathy they have shown M. S. met at the I I ,GEED lim MM J. I. offer. &35-... McEwen Poultry Plant. .

I u our bereavement and to ex-' of Homestead ', ., so wtoim ot City: df I ...... I
::J.1n I .. ....* Nu-bw 8. dams ..
; FOR SALE Gua. Se Ib4 only
|!"l'OUI"' appreciation far 'the. out Its Quarterly "po"" A. D. IM. kM MM Iroollbunillow., iOIICre'block' :
(beautiful floral offering sent prevent were Mr. :: tffto; and kM MM). I house, cost a tot more to build, In email quantities. Jungle, '

i Mr. and Mr I..J'ra"skill Mr.. J. E. Davis Mrs. f with tax dead b... .....IMM.. Ortlllou tKtrm i, $2290; Grove, Redland. '

and family "-_ Nelll Mr.. Dan Williams ../. d..0b.d _.| ...... MANGO CHUTNEY 3(! an oiL or

I Mr. and Mr*. J T. White RCspltnger. I ; I.CMUV.Minicab Original Florhb. Tmra.W-vHi 6-room frame house, will Sleep 3S/.1 plnt. Jungle Grove.

and family ", of H......., 0.M.tr *f 10 person, $800 I
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Camp- i iI 1 I f norM .step. j : LOST "
MM
t of piofwrbr vnAtr .
,t eeli ,. LEGAL I "M bawd ws. III Ik* BUM;8-room house and lot $730.l &
I |LO3J-At Homer. d Country

I ... shall .. >.BWI l I <*'lots ICTub, purple velvet evening bug
"OTIC. rP'1PPLlC'UION qw"I i I ta.., matt dad will fame Four fuU-stee lnrceUent I .
12$ for I vanity that I
Rehears
Bach nrriIU > Seth tar of April A. D. containing case a
( ..... Bill No. I apartment house site $000. '
Reward. Call 522-W.
Vested Choir Concert I NOTICE IB HEREBY: qw"V, day of march A. D 1M7 ...... I Mtnsike
.. ..... m2-U
La""' HMoM holder of H LEATHERMAN. ( )
IT Tit Onlflrol No It'll ," Clerk of Circuit Court.O 40011Irame hourf!, emept' toundatfcn. .
lrenty-eight were I tUl day -f Aotmt. A.l" IM f C uatt. HotU i lot 41x1(9 out ef ttrtll. I .
present MMr io my offle.: OM. '' Ml. MISCELLANEOUSPtAaVO
Taesday night at Ute rehearsal of ration for a IM tiara .> .. ... I I Rr H JAkM D. C : Cutt- 400.00. ? I
Said. Certificate embraces ... ... ..... ...... .
th i Bach vested. totr In the Home- _bid proorrtr hi the c... Ill U. t I. 1*) 140- TtWINQ Sow repairlngj (

iti ad Baptist Church. state of '.'.I.... kxwltKV : NOTICE excellent potato land Al-I Good used piano for tale chew .

rhe date oo which the concert of t w% d sE d tti. .i..l.... at ....... lapattah secUon.. None better, W. E. Koon. 115 N. W. Sri St
To.ori.loIt. N.wth, Race. .. Art .e task _... .to!I
by this community-wide choir will ......t.,.. It Arr.s more TIM First Nutlmul Scab 300-per acre.120acres .
:t .. ......
bei given Is to be announced soon. Cwnl of Dwta Slate ta UM ally of newsstand I WANTED
Tko -.oMimiil of..M """ : that HM lUUIttr imp-4; which I
'" B< th Secular end sacred number the gold swif.... bawd WH of abates o( 'III .ommen 1 of 9 acre are
[ an being practiced All loft F.CUUmen. _Uknu of *Mtlo> Slam i glade, IS acre fine grove land- WANTED White housekeeperfor .#
1' prods I Union MM omlfleou shad 1.1,.... and
u .IMIHM Phone
; r above the cost of the music oi ........... to lo.. the piu.. 1 Federal R ewe. Act u i about 280 fruit trees show neglect 1 general housework.
"IY w(I be donated to the Homestead o* t5a.<. WIN ko add u tile O. JllHl I. IMI no buildings, sine section 522-M. Homestead (f2glf)
..
I(jot tkfCnwrlkoooi ooor M B mrt of 01. "..
!y j swimming pool fund. 'oo> hi tk. swath of .. ; I. MeLINDON. Coiklor* good neighbor $1250.00 on I WANTED TO BUY-Sugar cane,.
I the Snl day of M.,. IMT I lOrt. t-M.r. III term
o.'r!! (nil 4.T of II.. | ...... mangoes all kinds of tropical
LEGAL NOTICES "3.ria ft 6.1 D. t .flJ:: : NOTICE. CAME1OV I fruits and produce S. Rosen 7
II. A. ,
Dada c...." : IS HEREBY GIVEN E. 135th ttreet, New York City.
v t I 'fI HemesteadI
NOTICBotloi Clrnitt coat SM. I direction" of THE I JFheae

,ri 'i VrH>y clean Mad Ik.1 and.n I..Mor v R... PUBLIC INTRUC-I! : LEGAL NOTICES
.1tmd Tuesday April IT. will on
oo IMT. op.Ir n 'PINE LAND BARGAIN :20i
larTli 1
"'.._
the Hoonrohlo
pi H Worth W 11. I In S i ORDER FOil BI.ICATION
one of tkr. Jono of ttaClmlt Ooort ofho acre In Redlajtd close to powerI I
NOTICE OP APPLICATION County Florida la the Circuit Court, Eleventh
Ell.eatb Judicial Clwult U ud for I
Do*. DEED I who shall be school line and oiled road excellent i ....
Cotmtr. PlorMo M tko Court H Mm exegete BUI N. ll lad I. ... ( &. Dad County: ,
\ \ Mleanorm... for on onto a.thorking! NOTICE I* HEREBY said District for the i I fruit land only $35 per acre Florida. la Chancery, Case II I\ ..
the ANN doptioo kr KM HKhnltoH of BETTY _....... Hlllor. bourse of T. I two year, and cash Will soon be sold. Don'tlet I 41111.
UAMOOC a temed..bad. .ten o* t :
Fokniorr I*. IMI, the MM |him Mw ko. N. tt MH. boot. tko M o.r t mill ot dlitrlct the other fellow get ahead of WEBBER JONES. Plain-
A. 1811. ku flM l
.tea.....In.,the. MM and tardy of UM .......I and .kM suds mapHr...mom.. (or be levied In laid DIs- i you on this If* worth the IIANrr v* KENNETH PAUL
to k bawd lber M i of said )'9tII'W.
> a. > I nice home and JONES, Defendant
Adjoin
1"1.pats Uo lltk MT of March, A. D. kroMO the following oWerlkH place at which said money. DIVORCE.It
the of : : neighbors and good grove I
R CECIL .HANCYMK wit I Comtr Dade BUI. of 1 : be held U as follows SU.lrlthIt act promptly. appearing by affidavit *p-
LAURA 1 HANCOCK UM f end I. loot PMrral School Building you pended the bill filed In the above
IMor MApr. 5.e.1s.s1 I. A. Monk-M Nub. of I I Phone 72, H. A. Cameron Home- I stated cause that Kenneth Paul
Peek .. pm n. I. Ik. e .. I I
be opened for the stead. (ml9-! )
*.... of FbrUo.Th. Jones, the Defendant therein named .
N }TICK or APPLICATION DEED tel"' TAX .... ..._a of the MM voting at I o'clock. A. .. I* a non-resident of the State of

'ca-... Bill No. IMtKOTICE .Mme.. tko of MM M.. O.ronirkou aioMM.Uotaoi .bawd I at sundown on Paid i FOR SALE Seediest grapefruit.I Florida and la a resident of Eel.,..-

i* RCEmr: oivex That ... wood Height, Hillside, True...-
oiM ontlflmw .U 1
W. L .. < SSe bushel Mrs. Eva Collins]
VOIOM bolds of Tu Cortlfkoto:: N. T. WILSON J
t4 oioonHo to low the ville, Pennsylvania, that there I*
Ma, lass .
fad of '
the Mr -A. D. Pubs
IM*. kM filed MOM l.. Mr .,;=Aid OMlk M..UMTHH will.ko. toW. to Ik. I of 1 Federal highwayat' Biscajnel I< no person In the State of Florida
o M Iko < r koi o ooor Instruction. Dada drive.
golle.Mw fns a .m dud o be it.N the service of subpoena upon whom
Monday. tile loofilk of '
.. may Florida. .
them" Saw .dtltl..o a.b .
; would bind such Defendant and
YwMdebeMw.lanb I II .
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| following do send prayseety IoC' .... I)1 -
I' 26.
Mar. U. Apt
.
. = ...DOM,.aiMo-of FliirIM o roll 171b. .E. II, Blk IT. Town 'of Plo. City POI TAX yean. It 1* therefore ordered
PM Book Isees K is 04Go.strJ Ckr of DRUTwI i f delicious. Bring your container. that said non-resident Defendant -
,
Dooo, Bloto of PlorUo.TW OmH Coat oVoL Dodo : IMM .No.. IUI I Honest quart. 39 cent 'The'I be and he I b hereby requiredto .
assessment Of tlM Mid _
1
seder the saw orrtlflrn.. board was is law 'IMor Br H.. M. I .... of ..GIVEN... and tint Co.Zed fHy,i Sage drove Kings Highway, i appear to the Bin ot Complaintfiled '
N..1 r. M. c-.. east of Krome ave. Jzttt in old before
No. 1111 &-" < Mw Ilk 4ur cause on or
Unless MM .rwi_ ....a o.o I II" I .
< omidloe to low .... OIUMIII oWrrik.I .I IM* ko. fN.d loow out I Monday, the 3rd day of May, A.
made oopUoiltoo for
.4 thaws will .bo onM M UM ktalMot bidder NEWT G. ....... Mw .",.a.,[ FOR SALE-RIpe or'fllet"I. D. 1937, otherwise the allegation
ol the e.srt Mae door o* tko tint' Moo.do I" ,, M. ,d.wlow d.e.ib.d I I Sodom grapefruit I I of said I bill will be taken a* ton-

the* .ta,4 Iko day month.. Mae of IwTo4 ..,.. IM). wkM II Rotary roblk5TR5 Cmmalp of -. di 'I Dr. Shanklla Grow H mile :|I tented by said DefendantIt

0.. tko ITtk day .. Monk. IMT.E I Work I. ProMM Pork, west of Florida City 'oJO-tf) j I i* further ordered that this
.. I.BATHEBMAM1CWrt : : NanujicB Fear I, In tko Conotr: order be published once'a week
of CwMH cC. -. a"'DIUCb I > of Enema | for four consecutive weeks In
COMKT PlorMo. of MM. MOM
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mnm
b-o Cowl : i The Homestead LeaderEnterpriae.newspaper .
curt
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M K. Rfwma & based WM In tko POOM Away POT I
*. V. JAMES. D. C.I a published In wild
IMor. I'. II, .Apr t. a..1 .,_ ...* W l.domod se, the::otrsS I, County and State.
the property anorrilml AE. ."tICI ,' 1831.
This March 11,
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1 .. .M I'
to tk. kliknot kMonr I OYARAMTaa.bNS !
B. LEATHERMAN.
I. I Daring laubln and 1 door M to. that Mun- apo'It JL
BringCity'Cove.lea te of April I U, which k ..w111.1 :.. I Clerk of Circuit Court

, Tear meow Wllfc I NATUROL i 'April.dew. B.of LBATHEIMAIT.Clrrk IMT.MorHl. tMTE. I : -" :-- I (Circuit Court Seal y)W. SWIFT.Deputy. : .


! NATUROLGASTlrtHDt la ciwar*. ...the : I of Ctreoll Caw I TIIE DIXIE DRUG Clerk.
I 1 Dod. Came.. PlorMo MARSH tt MARSH
J II YIrgU D. Lyon, ; : .E< n Start ap Complainant. .
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tyeav Homestead ,. ,_ ..e r: > tMar'
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l can Twelve THE LFADER ENTERPRISE Friday, March 26. 1'931f

f SUBSTITUTEContinued !I y
Sunbeam AnsortedPICKLES! DRI5D

J ( from Page One) ,
unless the property owners furnished -i C fJBERRY
practically ill the materials I I d
;' to be used
'I Mr. SandquJft Mid a eountjrwld 10 oz.bottle lOc BEANS
sanitary toilet' construction 2 HML. .... . 1StTid.
project had teen already granted I "
however,and could be presented to'; Week Only 1
.' 4 colored town property owner "I SOUTIJ)1: :
] GA.'CANE .
t. an alternaUv to the sewer ex-: MR9
tension project. Further Inveitl-I .. Salad). Dressing ,
gation! by Mr. Ivey thto Week I SYRUP

H.brought Nichols the, county Informitlo unitary tram A.I 143- : and Sqt. Specials roir Relish Spree
cer who has supervised the .
project In other parts of the eounI -I Yz gab Fun '!. 35c qt jar .......IZG,
.)', that the concrete pit,tit eat outlay andUcir ,!; -.. -- .._. .. .. ,- .-- ,,'
could for ,
of$8.50 for,trnaterlpl/\! ;:i FIZFSIfGRQiJND'
The Information on the alternative Cf. The 21"
to property projects owners will at be a presented meeting. I i ee "GUAI ANTEEDTa PLEASE" C
with the/ city council which has
been planned for the near future.!I '
II I I .ANY BRAND BULK "Twist'Lake" Red iet't Far; West I
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A paint the manufacturer following letter recently'received : \ DROWN AI PLE DOG : FRESH

and"Gentlemen UI some of: Vila your striped you paint please?'* b .ILK FQU,4,1 I'' tUI N ES, '
We just want enough for one bar- SVGA
BUTTEI Z
berpole,"-Ex. | 11b can No. 2y= can, .. .

"Say Ut, old the man Man, can Finish you let mehave ,I 3 cans .... 22c }: 4 Ibs. ... 25c. QtL.jar. ..19c 5 for __,., 25 c ...... \5 ,

flve" -" -_._ ..w.-.. '_. -- .. ... ... .-.. ....- '
"jjc :_ .
I<< Special--
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-JtJllule. o t;your time'
"-tfv441q\ a" ail. olft acqut.fI ."- l'Xtra
t' L t'I..I. Large e
:Ex. I ; .. Do
I ,'rm.t [t\P Eggs n', w( S.\A

......... .- '..._. .' ., .... .. _f, .. .. .
RED,BLISS.: t {1" GQJ o
RAW$E_. =:=.",:.to..":-.,-.*"= 2U...- Fl.'nO.' :R.' SYin ,

i POTATOES ..,. .J>. ---. -.. .. .r' t'irU- 1 f.

5 lbs. .._ .. .. \ge STATCHIrs1t 'nit". ... ;19 .14'11, ,... .I
.- ; ;--;-.h.-.,:,"-, ,,,,, .- ..... ;.' .' h '".
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: 201b. .. 85f.
: | BeMl* ag .
Ij.EE b 'h'V NitLAEX-T r A.. .f .... ..."......s..\5 \ CA9IPBELIFancy /& ,
i "loW. i' :00 121:1KIfi: 4;,o't.

MONARCH TEA ;{\'V JWVSTA: ,IJ.., .... :jGe. s.o.ur
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1.41&. calA :R1PE 13ArIANIAS; 3 lbs.; .. .. .....13c per can:..._ _.. .10c

11--9 .. I ,. ,. .
'- '"" -"" -
re iiiu : Alt qf. : Bulk FREE!
NEWNQRGE: .
I cnnN'kD. 't KV.VV.< RAW Hap1qt.b: MEAL, or I Wooden Mixing
DV :!
ClIve
; \ 1JAQU PVANI'f"M'W\ i CjRlTS51bs..l9c Spoon withA.LL.JBRAH

ELECTRIC. RANOC I No.2 ,.

..JulgJ tQ.LjoiJ 1}JJ1 =M5 3.1P&. -- 25c can. ,... 17c 3p gka.( 21? 'aFRESH

; \ .vo MA Wt 1 .--- ... -
sad a cooUof. better 000kln4.i GRQUND WESTERN .
tnore acoDOtticel eookinfr-theaa art 1 FQ.fqtr
pert of the dTfrntagei owning tIe HAMBURGER em IOJST
orw Morf Eloctrfc Kaag. doses, II IIIIr ,.
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4 ortr,')>we(eA dent buOt 1Jtm\ut ia,s,19.range,caar fcaamr ;to,] u. ..,,. .,...., 18c ADIWIKS. e ._ ..' STAR HAl. lb. ...'.....-,...,. 22cINf.
.
clam anl to AMO clan twit ahowywi. I '
.Com ta and a..th beautiful. SWIFT'S -1 \ W. V Jlre-; ; ORIItAWfROUS \
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ua+T'e/sctrlq/ ran ei bW 2rorR- !ey .
Whole or Shanflalf, lb .....29c
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DomULTRAM013014 !, e 4 t J; Sli ices, each ,....... 16c Who!0.or Shank HalfCOUMY .

VITAL I IW W EMOM lb. __. .. .. 34c lb. .. __...... 23t
tr 0.-.1. Saw Speed c..I.....1 ""
UaIIf A......... '*U..Lt!s'I.. ..no-
an;t'er, e.wr'.t e 1 L'-I:: l ROli BlflTEfi lb. 40 :
....
I.Iat! CIMII w PWA. O..
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lass" ,
hi .
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sow... MT1HMT. T
........ \'l'...
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I sage, .I" ...Nam IIi.

S 1,$_ ........ K.J L ... .......9t::.. ..... 9 ft. ..__ .t .
'Ir". ._ .. .. ... 'h"To.-". ...... .......... ...__.. vxx: t,
.r4.. '_-. aswr _._ _......_ __._M_.. ..+wr.....+r..rw..._. .. wqw.w...... ._ t

e STEWING ClUCIENS 3Y It. AYe ':i a& !
and N.! t jegal 8.:.ketb \

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