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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: April 23, 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
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
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System ID: UF00087294:00121
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOLUME XXV-NO. 17 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, lU37 PRICE FIVE .CENTS
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To Book ShakespearePlay I. Silver Cup to Be Given '

:' MAY RESUME I at Redland School SLOW-DOWN At Grand-Prize Dance 2 SCHOOLS TO


ShAkespeares "Twelfth Nljll14. The silver tovlug cup offered by I

POOL REPAIR i will be played by the Miami Federal INTERSECTION the Bedland Wttrttt Chamber of TAKEINAT7:30LETOUTATWO:
: Players at Redltid Farm l.'fe Commerce at the grand prlae in

School auditorium Monday. April the series, of swimming pool benefit -

3. at 8 p. XI., a* the result of .' dances atbe Homestead Country -

!; NEXTM01AYFund guaranty subscribed by citizens of BUMPS ASKED. Club wW be awarded, Saturay ; :
I Ii I the dlatrlct through the effort of night to the couple adjudgedthe

f 'Carl Wagner, principal of the Red- best of the six couplet who

land acbool.I will be in the run-oft I -

i Raising Committee I The Miami Federal Player have Coral Gables Safety De- Prominent dance teachers of I Six.Week Experiment to
had notable nice*** In their Miami Miami have been invited to Judge
I to Discuss Possibility vices to Be Requestedof I Start Monday Here
If They
production, and the patronage the final contest Include:
Tonight Twelfth Night1 It encouraging County Hay Rote Viola Bel... Lillian and Florida City

f I arrangement may J fee, wa-I ,Reeves and Edna: SorteB
REDD AND RUE THINK a series of engagements Mr. LIONS llEAR HAYES:, The sixth elimination contort I BETTER WORK SEEN
ner Mid He said It would t>, the will precede the final contest Saturday
I START: CAN BE MADE I ,WOOD IN TAX TALK i I IN SHORT, COOL DAY
r first time that a Shakespeare play tight Winner In the
haa been In South Dade, elimination contest last
produced Saturday lIt
: Plans and Material List I Branch Stations for Auto Successful. May Be Extended -
and hit Interest in bringing the I night were Hale Lane end Will
I Received From County :Miami troupe here wa to give the Tags abd Poll Taxes I I:Betty; Lou Mina First prise was I to Other Dade

I Engineer ,school children In particular, an I Prove Success a bouquet. presented Mill Mills County Schools
opportunity to attend classical The contest was ao close that a I
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I 1 I The possibility of starting repair production The:county-commission wilt be second place award Will made to Pupil of the Homestead and
work. es the municipal: twbnmhig asked tIhe Redland District I Lee Lehman and Mr*. W. E. Rhe-I Florida City schools will tart their

I pool Monday and plan for soliciting SUICIDE i Lions Club to Install the Coral{rnpy. A bracelet donated' for the classes at 7:JO Monday morning
by of the dance
subscriptions to complete the FISHER Gables system of speed die I purpose a patron and end their achool labor *
! fund yet te be railed lot that Purpose couragert atr.r.ad Intersections M who asked that no name be mentioned 1:15: ,. __-.-,
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will be discussed *t a meetIng SHOCK TO' MANY the BedlaM District On YOM'I WH jretanlad, ..ptn It will be the Ant lay of a ri.. .
'Of the clvMr clubs swimming i'of the club Tuesday night a I to Mrs Rheney week experiment which will be

pool committee tailed for tonight committee composed of W.'1. risk j 1 confined to the schools of thew
in the Redlaud District Chamberof :- FRIENDS HERE!ttfetytCbajmaiw. the Rev Harpy' II two eommunltiee beginning, Moo
Commerce building by the committee Cpre.:and' Joe H',Hlckton. club AVOCADOLIMEGROWERS day and t'OftUnutnclntU the end
chairman./ Bra Archer I... _"'-- *jI 'prertdent. was' appointed to make I of the present term It Was autlorlzedt "-

.ft.t an informal conference Wednesday -i I Former Dad School Head"this request of the commiatloft at HOLD >y the county school board .,
r. City Councllmtn Frank Was Here i Its next meeting I at the request of Principal t B.Sommrrs .
Principal
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Hue and County Commissioner Jn The Coral Gables slower-down and other members e4 the
t Rsdd went over plans and*rnaf -i for Five Years 89 MEETTON1GI1TExchange local faculties. 1
er It a slight rite In the road
tellt Est prepared by County Engineer I to 100 feet tram the intersectionwhicbj The present school day It from "
Edmund Frjcdmtu and: N.rwf'th..t. Chalet J.r.,, .1lahl'r,I Ifornterl' driven ,' 601 i ( for the ;
ry ..n\!* over at :SO a. m. to J p. m., except:
expressed the belief supeshstenden o'publ
1 f that enoughmatey''L : .'moss oathotsr without wrecking Packing House first and second grade which art
en band is$ ;$ountx i Instruction tot Dade.O uubilaan t MJ') % '(etna**. *bump ."t9"Been .1lero i dismissed Jor-the day at I ,'clock.
toLlttel + :::
and committee funds to warrant \Wwfcaetday night root "
/, "able asks tft'fiH" c1I
eriougS to tTnd r' sy
r starting fhwerlt-wi ) the water garage.u.tM.wat.ef.bis.iioma.UM 1 ,geirActl6nAifopadn
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I How down before pallflllo"- i the two lowest grades will leave for
"tableau low The Vaer.,mention Miami, shocked and grieved hit '
( I other one At the stop line of,She and I lime growers of home<< at 12.
otfrwumlng the precipitated swimming pool .:sny..tr jpods,.JUJn r South-Dade will gather In the NeI The hour gained by the cirller
?of Homestead esterds
f, work course Ube1 I &; t''which the word "ttop" I I. lettered rest)g packing plant of the Florida start tn the morning togethrr withtontittued
Ji bcfoW ale
steady shower of yesterday afternoon f For five $ rj
Continued on Page Ten) I Avacado Exchange: at 8 p. tn. today ( on Page Ten)
,but it Is eomidered that t tie as county superiiiTendAit :n 1820fM +
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needed moisture I* not neceMarffytfijTorerunner (f E ,. fisher was principal the 'I I to perfect an organisation
of a seasonal downpour j Homestead and Florida' City ;1 which: will merge the tangible assets -
1 schoglit an TAKES STEP i of the Exchange with the pwionneJ COLORED TOWN

Bfonda there will be aeuty H Mrs. !'Met was u.t., the.;ty and plans of the recently :

$'01'1 In the swimming pool rcm-I II attending a jnuwlooarj\ society teat, TO CLEAR TITLE formed Tropical Fruit Grower OWNERS ASKED '

,<, Inn tea's fund, the city has $500 and vention at DeLand and Mt Fished. I Association
V thsneounty.. $500, to be contributed I and their two sons, Martin 17, and A suitable name for the new cooperative
it fee chosen
toward rebuilding the floor in the 'Philip 19, were batchlngg at the TO AIRPORT HERE I group to TOMEETMONDAY
and directors to be
officer are
deep portion of the concrete tank. house The boy attended a high I
revised to I
elected and by-law
s ihu been estimated that the repairs school party Wednesday night and I
will cut between 12,000 and on returning about 10. m. parked When Cloud Is Removed I meet the needs of a concern which Council to Tell Low Cost
believe will solve
$2500.: their car in the driveway Nextmorning WPA Work Field Its organizer Plan to Meet Health]
on
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most of the grower* packing
bit bed had
The portion of the pool floor to they found I
be repaired has Already been dugout not been slept la and started a" May Be ResumedSteps distribution problem Board DemandFaced

to within an Inch or two ef the search Philip found the body Several Informal sessions have J JI.
depth necessary for t floor thick hanging by I lath cord from a to acquire: a clear title to been held by the committee on re- by a definite state board

enough to withstand the upward rafter In the garage, an over turn- the 80-acre tract which comprises organiiatloR, appointed by Dr. .Of health demand that sanitary I
Ten) Homestead municipal airport John B. Tower president of the I.co/idition tat Homesteads negro I
pressure <*, high water table (Continued onPaf
\ thereby assuring completion of an exchange. at the mass meeting two section: mutt be Improved without I

::1' unfinished federal project, were week tgo This committee com further delay, the city council Intends j
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POTENTIAL POLITICAL MACHINE
t, ? taken at a meeting! of the city: council posed of Dr. Tower, Charles Pratt to place the entire situation A""'
Monday night CoL Alva Lee S. A. Slinger,Francis before property owners Involved ,
'TM election of I eeunty achool board it one place M leant, where Work on the landing field was : M. Dolan H. H Watt, H. tSchaff. and will ask for voluntary eo-or'

I meat voter try to forget petty politic and select persona whose halted last summer, when WPA Charles G Turner Buck- oration In a plan to fmanccf
> ner Beasley and i, P. Broeker, is necessary Improvement. at a m,
training experience *JKT temperament make them suited to seeing authorities discovered that the government .
ready to present Its recommendations imum of cost: to the taxpayer
+.. that the children of the county bays adequate educational facilitiesOnly was expending money for
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the Improvement of land privately to the general membership After i listening to a detailed
I complete and asinine ignoramus would be expected to owned, but will be resumed with I A number of new members have port on the negro sanitation q N."I"I

.coma out with the suggestion that the board of public Instruction: be the balance ct funds remaining I been added to the (9 leading grow ban by Frank Rue on behalf of the

abolished and Its duties taken over by the county; com niasion, every from the original project as soon'as era whose applications were accepted committee headed by Councilman ?
by the Exchange board of A F. Webb the council: decided: to I
member of which has kU time and attention taken with the city establishes ownership
: already up
director: at the last open meetingThis call a special: session at 8 p. fn, ,
road and bridge and agriculture problems aw) the responsibility for Councilmen: Vrtnk B Rue, Ben).:: places the co-operative in a next Monday, when. all owner of
and Brooker,Jr.. I
Morris Henry
the many governmental department in the courthouse W. Burton commanding position with regardto property in the negro section will
were named by Jo L. control of acreage In this area itwas be invited to confer with the coun. i
.The elimination of the! board members salaries would save $J, 00 council president aa a committee I,
pointed out (Continued on Psgo Ten) !
I year and not u.atll1llni; get that would not be saved because: the : to make a thorough research Into

; commission would have to hire a tub-commlwlon or extra secretarial the status of the land nd clarify '
t help i the title situation., They will be I Leader-Enterprise Has Best WritingOf
M aided in'tbei* inquiry by Ire C. :
I Such a proposition to toe foots to be daneeoua. Emerging Just I Haycock, cjtlatI.ome7| I 150 Weeklies Studied, Votes Class 'I;

l before a proposed>> bin to lake'from the local trustees and the count Aa explained by Mr. Morris, the

board the power to nomtnat and hire teacher: Janitor and other at/acquire IS acre: of the farm.eq' f. In Journalism at Alabama University ,
Hacienda Park Kubdiviston by
.employees.f the school tyttesn,however;there I*an apparent moves t
(Continued on Page Ten) Ue.eesity, Also-Ave. ItjOTnuhm I U ebtala and analyse she weeklynewipcter .
inert afoot ice concentrate an. power te 1M office of eomtty suprri
tMaVnti wailed U I These super are y
tntdtntto free about a0 tUie.
Tit* WEATHER
the weekly isrwiOsperv "mr eU I
to far *4 tucb a taovement would result, In |I&btr standards bt Ofbfete .w_lanais., u..Jl.wle.t the VBivenKr el Alabama I A tetnmlUe from UM tier lit 4 I
tarwaar_s.ab.. 1140064864 sported an the publications
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.. .yt ;the tricssinb farce M.sold k.swire*ey" sacra ef us, but:ttert m week voted that Ue Leader reeelv
Jut
pwaxpua: ) Bar. Ba*" "a1 and decided. that Ike new
{ too rely potentialities' in such a movement for the building. up of It April:: 1C ... | 87 1 J5 |130.09( Ea4 Tpraw (4 Heaaealet. FU I atorlea In the leader.EsUerveiaawere
t eeunty-wtde political: madua* shut said .. us.a1 by on* bar ins a' April 17 ._ |'IS I U 130.IflJ( ku UH let news wrWM ef UM taaerinr la these In seat I'

steam roller such M bat never before been known In Dad County April U __1 79 : 50 | ) 1(4 weekly Bewtpt>|Ht* they ether .......
April 1* __.1112| | I' 130.14. have studied dwing Put cwrentEtch The claw ha a* lie Instrarter
Our local trustee know condt surrounding their tchool They
April M .o....JUiUiMMi. --.r. Randolph Fort for three fears )
and the member of the school..... repneeoftlagj that district should April 21 .{ i2t.t7I j | $ : ef the timVtU was retnlrtd. I etIJ&er..eI maaaglng editor ef a I

Y be allowed to eonttau nominating tcbeni and ianJVm. AnrfflZZ _.4 to. pttIt ,. M Part of W. chip\ work. CeorgU "'etkly,

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Pa +'e Two THE TKMF1l: FVTERPTITSE Friday April 23:1937;
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I REDLAND BOY ON STETSON TE\mT)AM I against :hen or their agent" 'Iin the expansion of the user! t ff a
FERGUSON AWAY I A hol-md.I: of sand beach near market now in prog .&;,.Mr. Allt'
,,,. ..... .. .. .. .. ""."". IIIJ M; "the'"'' Park midway between I said ;
ll."m ..I I H' ne.sle.id on the Cult .,f '
: HARTMAN PROBE !. resttibatla G iii ; :tM ,
1 T' roil I 1 11,e. lieu acquired by the
larft number; of owners who I J"e, "
l'' int> ,onnh ssi() i and will be dc- '
: clriillltn ctrs wnich.r4 not Chi I'fn
IS STILL PENDING lopi i that I South Dade will I
1'1\, p I bathing beach available dstion Eon eeonomlaa'l Jiicu nv.
Owners have realized that it w?ul4
"tl1out I to all the wayu
having go
be better to trade In their present, .
Main Beach. Mr Crandon said
Accident Victim Had Big car for a better used car which
Ht ailed attention to the picnic
I i can be operated more economically
Job in Army Duringand
roc' litter also available at Mathe- "
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I ly Is In proper condition tor
After War -n ParkA I
I arid
driving As more more
I resolution urging that legislation i
tN owners discover that their
Into the death of Dr M I 't
Inquest R ( to keep cattle off the highways them
1 present cars are costing too
D. Hartman of Homestead fatally I I of the state be passed by the I I much to drive, or are operating
Injured April 9 when his car wu
present legislature was voted. Tho
I I Inefficiently under present weather
truck by another automobile 'lub also voted to have the secretary conditions, the used: car salesI
driven bjr A. E. Barnes of Redland write the Dade County senator ,I volume will continue to expand
will not W held until the return I M I and representatives to support ai ,I' ,
of Thomas S. Ferguson Miami, I bill for a constitutional amendment Fortunately automobile dealersare
justice of the peace, from business I'' making the game and freshwater i' well stocked: with, a wide variety -
trip to Tallahassee fish commission permanent I of worthwhile wed cars and

the accident occurred at the Inter-I Deland, Apr. 22-vernon Tur- 'I I has been busy In Inter-collegiate I are able to meet the rapidly growing -
section of Coconut Palm demand," he explained. 'So'
Tennessee road, which I* In the, ner of Homestead son of Ceo w. i matches Turner lately, pictured third from the I PREDICTS MORE far as Ford dealers are concerned, 1

district of S. L. Kendrick, Homestead Turner, Jr., Is sophomore Stet I left, is a valuable member of the I the enthusiastic acceptance: accorded -
Justice of the peace Dr. son University and a member of the team which was snapped on the : the 1937 Ford Vbas
Hartman died In Jackson Memorial I 1937 Varsity tennis team whichCRANDON'S courts at the university I USEDCARSALESACTIVITY brought to the Ford dealer most
honDltal. In Mr. Fergusons district I every make of late model carswhich

estate or county roads, Mr. Cran IN 1937 are in excellent condition "
Mr Fergtuoni secretary, contacted -! TREE!!r The Ford "R It O" procedure of
, by telephone yesterday, felt don said of used car selling has resulted In
. lure that the inquest Would be I We got this law passed because ..,Jacksonville: Apr. 22 Greatly a marked increase in Ford dealer
held, but laid the date had not lAID PLEDGED IN of the cluttered, unsightly appearance increased sales activity In the, used car volume, Mr. Allen de-
been art and, would not tC) set until I these signs were givingour Used car market was predicted dared
Mr Ferguson return which li TALK TO. ROTESComplete : roads," he said. "I noticed on for- 1937 'by Ray- Allen, manager "Each used car offered for sale
expected Saturday, the way down here, however, tha cf the Ford Motor Company fb1'' a Ford dealer under this em- I
4 The World War record of Dr I I some signs have been put up in Jacksonville branch is renewed and guaranteed,
f Hartman, which was unavailable co-operation of the the right of way. They will be removed A substantial Increase In the in accordance with fixed standards
for publication here last week because county park and beautification de- of course, and the manufacturers number of prospects able to afford laid down by the Ford Motor Company
surviving members of his of the product advertised the purchase of an inexpensive Such cars, when sold, are !
family had left with the body for partment In planning and furnishIng ,, will be notified that I second I car, due to improved economic backed up by a mechanical and !

Nashville and because the quiet, trees for the tree planting pro- offense will bring legal procedure I conditions, Is the primary factor written money-back, : guarantee. "
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unassuming physician had said ject of the Homestead Rotary Club -
little on the subject to friends, reveals was promised at the Wednesday cI
that he was sanitary Inspector meeting of the club by County
: for the entire American Commissioner'Charles' U Crandon.
army of occupation at the conclu- and A. D. Barnes, county superintendent -
sion of the war, with the rank of of parks and beauuflca-: I
major. tlon. Mr Crandon is the commissioner I I

The Nashville Ten ..an. dally la charge of that depart
newspaper of Nashville former ment of county work. j

home of Dr. Hartman carried an "This I* a project In which we '
account of his ww, service In the will give you every aid-I mean you PayJLess :
following biographical sketch In we are willing to spend money Jto! ;
f' connection with the story of his help your beautify your roads and: ',
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accident and death: streets," Mr. Crandon said He ., .t / (!'if'1'il '
""Dr. Hartman was born and I IUlle.1edhilt the .Rotary Club' i 'tIt.! / !\ I

reared in Nashville, the IOn'of the committee avail Itself of Mr.

(Continued on Page Twelve) I gained Barnes in knowledge planting.and trees experience in Miami 1 TO .OWN IT" :Y :

Summer School Slated and along the county bl.h..y..1 .:-: .

For Redland DistrictA "I understand that this is ani| .-'. ; : : J ,
area more easily beautified than
school for Homesteadand anywhere In the county became I> '
summer '
Redland pupils will begin June you "have more moisture down I II TO RUN J'.I' .;11"
T and last eight weeks, Mrs. C. N. i here, Mr. Crandon said. Mr '
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Walker, school board member, said I Barnes corroborated all Mr. Cran- : ;
vciterday The sessions will last don had said and offered' his assistance 'I 'f
tuomgor9:30a.m.to12or13:30.'t'he : : I to the committee
tuition charge will be $3 a It Is criminal offense to poat ,
r" nth for each subject I any signs on the right o' way ofI I
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L 1937 Ford V8It



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yon think that "all lowpricecars You can prove those figures _

cost about the same"-r foryrt on the open road in a ear provided .

: lit They don't. by the nearest Ford dealer..

1 Ford makes a ear- a 60horseWhen youVe finished your personal .

,AU; ; power economy Ford V-8 thai check-up, ask yourself

, sells from 30 to 60 dollar under "Do I want to save money the

the price anted for any other ear day I buy my car and every mile

of comparable size. The lowest I drive it?"

Font prices In years! "Do I want safe, roomy, comfortahle ,,

Check delivered prices In your car advanced design ,

town and see for yourself. created from the finest materialsto

the highest precision stand- ;i
tarsi.?"
Of course,first cost doesn't prove br
All of the "low cosi"-yon must consider There'i only one answer, of .-

great Norge new Concen-1937 operating cost also. course-the* 1037 Ford V8. :

tutor Qas Tie "60" ha definitely established

Ranges have itself astf moat economical ,-v.. atsassesrasing'.

,. "' the Concentrator marvelous burners that spread max ear in Ford history. Ford car bave.=:' 1529 Traay.uasa pa ad Nord::
t ,
Insure beat evenly under bottom of been famous for economy for 34 f ":: ...: 1 =

cooking vessel instead wasting it up yean, so that mean something taw he... sow,':::...raw. se.w.a.grs

sear the sides. No matter which model you Owner who have driven it UH>O. '2S A wows. _

d. choose, you get super-cfncient cooking. .i wads of miles report that the Ford bm w r..W-: car. ::: _
of faithful service.See
and bakwf-years .., e..1 d..l.w
these gnat range todayl r : *60* average between 22 and 27 .. 5..5.0..11 -'.
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miles em a gallon of pau1_
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Friday, April 23,1937 THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Pate Three 1

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BIDS FOR WORK made during assembly of the various SCHOOL BONDS tike the s per cent rate ever the.,Homestead member of the board,
brake parts.A entire 30 year period, the savingla saM yesterday. The plan evolved )
recent checkup of operations interest it phenomenal tome after two years *f study and consultation I
ON POWER LINES revealed that there are more than TOBEREFUNDEDATIOIMINIMM instance, a*. |i would not dove with some of the belt '
founcoure of parts that go late been posstbW to redeem much of financial.minds In Miami, was said i
the Chevrolet braked Each Is this Indebtedness In the first ten by a former board member to bit S
TO BE OPENED
Inspected! during machining operations 1 years. ?,, =" the only bond plan in 20 years In I
and st various specified I In District 9. Homestead and which the board could "begin to
j'
Interval alone the brake assembly Issue to Be Sold Florida City, which has $ 7,000 in see ftayUght"
Council to Act on Letting line. Specifications! must be met Tuesday outstanding bonds, the saving In
Project at AdjournedMeet to UM thousandth of an Inch. Bal- to Effect Big Saving I interest for the next nine years Beattie Elected Grand

Tonight ance must be perfect, hardness and in Interest atone will be SUTi District 7, Master Florida I. O.O. F.
strength must conform to stand the Redland school district with
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ards. Each part must fit the others 1118,000 bonds will
outstanding
: of school
Homestead city council will Refunding fS.J47.000 K. B. BeatUe of the HomesteadI.
precisely. SlUt! In Interest the
save during
meet In adjourned session tonight bonds at guaranteed minimum next nine O. O. F. was elected grand master
to consider bids for the $7,400 I. ot 101 cent on the dollar : year of the Florida Grand Lodge of
Horticultural Hroun Under the provisions of the
.laving
power line extension protect recently great Interest will be
Issue to be sold Tuesday, paymentsof Odd Fellows at the convention to
approved by PWA. I supplement Re-elects C. I. Brooks compUhed\ by the Dade ao-I
board of Instruction interest and principal are arranged Lake Wale Wednesday
public
to the plant rehabilitation
work completed last fall Federal I I Ch... T. BronVs Miami real estate :Tuesday when the Ml ll1nt ; so that the entire bonded :I Local Odd Fellows and Rebekahs
Indebtedness of the county'sschools
engineers from state PWA headquarters -:! broker and Rodlund PUMpt awarded to the highest bidder at who attended the convention were
will be
wiped out within
In Jacksonville will be re-elected first a meeting called for the .
rove owner. was the next 30 years.The I I Mr. and Mrs Bcattle, Mr. and Mr*
present to analyze)the bids and advise *-I"fI'e.ldent "' the Florida State The bond, uncallab'e JI\I'POH'I
payment are arranged so I Jas. Gary, Mrs. Cora Belle Qrlnold,
the council in awarding the Horticultural Society at the turity and bearing 4H
convention per
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I that they can be met as they fall I Mrs. Harry O. Wolfe A. O Coin
contract held In Orals last week He erest[ will repine c refunding *
due each year without additional I C P Grlnold, Otto Bernecker andB.
Bids already. Mini with. William I I. the father of J. R. Pronto of bond issued Ifi 1934 withInterest I taxation Mrs. Nell K. Walker A. Buchanan.
Sydow, city consulting engineer,J Homettead.president of the Home- fit 4 per cent for the Tint
include those of the North American steed Rotary Club. five: yean,8 per cent for the second
Construction Co. of Jacksonville -' Other officers named were C. five' :yean and 1 per cent thereafter I
and the M & M Construction W fv..n. of T.mn.. nreildent: for the remainder of a 30 REDLAND CAFE
Co. of Miami. To the last named Ralph Robinson bf Orlando second !year period. Because in the 1834laiue
+ firm was awarded the contract vice-president H. C Hendricks of, there was a provision that I
Mas. A. NABOBS Prep,
}i for the pole setting section of the I Eustls, third vice-president; and I''I bonds not called (taken up) by I
original project. Several other j Norman Reasoner of Oneco, trea"lIIJ'II' the school board la the two low DINNER See PLATS LUNCH SI*
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Interest five-year
periods would
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applications are expected <\ _
on file when the bid are opened
Gordon Ivey, plant !

said yesterday. t '
The project call for the erec-
tion of about 200 new light and,,
power poles In various parts of CHEVR OLET TRUCK
the city, and aim for-the installation [Ilk
of a six Inch water main along![
the alley in the rear-of the. two
buslneai, locks 'On Krome Ave.
all known and [ records
between streetsc"'Nt.W.rtrit-, and S. W. First) ecadDmij dependabiliti|

Barring unforeseen delay in t
''''lI'dllthe contract work isi I tl
slated to start on May 1 and the
b prey should be finished within:i As "Tt
f CG.44ye, Mr. Ivey said. Local]
labor.fawn ..fl'OllreUet rolls is ,
.'. lt>:$tJt<3i'as fee aJ possible. j ,'Twt{

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IS;AUTO DRIVER'S!; 'F Through blazing h at. through blasting cold ..

'ow. across high mountains a across
.- Jlf.C. E WctlMrsld .1
G.ifl Maaefaeteriag: 'Manager level plains this Chevrolet

ef meson ChevreM.Cerawralton.One DivUoit-. General. 1 wkm half-ton truck rolled up

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of the most important r f't amazing IIew records
aspects, of motoring these days;
is the business' of motoring I
safety. Safety campaign are
under way In' all. major cities:
of the United States.Various commission Alt
have been appointed to I
study the problem and make
recommendations to legislative']!

bodies |I
Th primary: responsibility i for I! w ey
traffic safety, however, lies with!
the motor car driver. |
The manufacturer has provided i
all the safety devices that the I'I

sane driver could require. He has. f
built the turret top, all-steel body!
to protect driver and passenger.I Study this unequaled record-then buy
II* ha provided a powerful engine :
that has enough power to pull! 10.244 MILES CHEVROLET TRUCKS
the car out of unexpected situations. '
location Tsl. .'Hound the Notlon- ettolt lo Detroit

in Distant Traveled . . . 10,344.8 Mile
And Chevrolet
have !
the public a new we and perfected given' With lOOp'pou d load Gasoline Used . . .. . .. 491.S Gallon
hydraulic braking Oil Consumed . . .. . ... 7.5 Quart
system that is
on*> of the safest and surest Water Used . . . .. ... . I Quart
that
it tt possible to build. T C Gasoline Cast . . . . $101.00
There are more than 100 ,reasons i 01 Gasoline Mileage . . 20.74 Mile Oar Gallon
why the Chevrolet brake is all but OF CASf Average Speed . . . 31.IS Mile per Hour
foot-proof and these are the care- Running Time . . ._ 32S Hours, 31 Minutes
ful and meticulous inspections of Cast per Vehicle Mil. . . . . $009S
very part that goes into the brake OTA I COST Average Oil Mileage .. . 1,365. Mile per Gt.TkM. .
along with the checks that arc OF REPAIR) wITlQREPDLUERpprqallon ...-.........MrtMW fcy*w A.A.A.
c..*.>< sews of bolas .flUUIty ........

II! *tHO.. a.u.1t.T >04f QlltaOUT.moII MVDHOM.e -..S>M are c. ,.a sm actions,mr*.
iii AMERICAN LEGIONUm 1 ae.al 11- _rr..airy err----s rat p-.e

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1 UW pat Blare teeth hawses Are.Tamer's I LOLUER COST per load

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I t Page Four THE T.EADf EN'T1RPRISE Friday April 28,1937

house built for his own use on his '

TEE LEADER-ENTERPRISE f LOBIDADECAYED 44I LIG Rr r propeft* S* Lewis' corner

-1'11. scfcoel carnival oe Friday
Published Fridays .i Hiime- I
very successful affair
inevery
steed. na" by. tile South D drvbllshlng ode u
I A crowd
Co. way good turned -
I ,, r.a1W ,, ,n ''ct wf a. out and responded generously
i I .. ,}. ,1 i ism to the requests, to "come this way
; WN ARCHER u....__.. Editor to the greatest wow on earth The /

MARJORIE LEACH ABCHCKAsserlato y, e rr chief attraction was a negro minI I
v IWtorM I + strel show staged by the authors,
\ the high school boys. Another

.w.t ascend class null r attraction was the "Gold Dust and t
Butter Much (. If It, at the pest ie ;tom Siameee Twins' 'The Myitery was '
otter at Homeetea Florid BUderOM S den of shocking horrors in lie

ad *t March *. III*. Jungle'JThe.

".. Thornton boy to recover*
I *U AL PRICE, f LM A TEA Ing from typhoid fever."

,, a Ir'kVR "Local people win have an opportunity "
: What Is a Boy? t7' a on May 4th to show that .

j they are not backward on educational -
.
What i in a boy* AIT apt answer "" ""' lines and give the best
.. appeared not long ago in a quotation advantages their children. On
from the bulletin of the Rotary May 4th the matter of voting bonds
Club of Louisville Ohio, pub.
tinted in an editorial In the Roe Home-i0

tartan Magazine It i* especially i tSOVYtrI OT iGAVbuda4r,, Improvements In the district will
appropriate M communities be brought up for favorable throughout the world prepare to .' As many of our people -
celebrate Roy and GlrU Week t1 who have arrived recently

April I _4 to May I A Iwo, says the i 0-+ 1 ? nn know nothing of the growth of our
: aril 1 i It i" rn school. the enrollment for the last

,. "rl" i person "Il I <) i* going to five yean ,is given below! : 1913, ,
c.n', "n what \"u have started 65; 1914 05; an Increase of 30,
He t to MI where you arc slitting i 181', 129, an Increase of 34; Lila,
and ,attend to things which you {Sp > 1 16J an increase of M: 1917 203.
think ic M> important when ydu i ph4 = ea". an Increase' of 43. The high school
are gone You !!the department was not established \
tiu4Iosq tfcffi i 4
policies you please until 1914.
will be carried ohs depend upon hi -"Dr. and MM Tower will give i

./, him Even It you make !i'n"lj) a party Friday evening at their r
and treaties he will have, to manage
: I home In honor of the faculty and
them He will take your aeatIn the senior class."
congress, assume control of 'r '
'j' -"Dr. and Mrs. David Fairchild ,
,
you" cities states, and empires j V. d x4'fr ,c ; ; : of the Bureau of Plant Introduction
Ha III going to move M and takeov
lion. Washington D. C., were ,
>.i your churches schools, uni- '
registered at Hotel Evans recent
,
v i kltles. corporation, council I *, Cie en I "
and prisons AH yet work hi I V1r OM ;
going in be fudged and praised I Hope"A.. C. Deputy of Columbus\> .,

and citydefnned by Mm The .s Mlsi. has been engaged. by the
future And destiny of humanity I CUP Mb ': Homestead garage Mr DeputyIs .
are m fill hands M it might be I an expert mechanic and etec'trlcian
well, to pay a little attention to I ." '
him nil"" -"The Stocking Club wpm entertained

I and crumbling;, old FORT MANGOES have been grown }In Florida by Mrs, J. M Holcomb on
A Free p- MATANZAS 18 miles south of St Au. for many yea/a; however, their value, Tuesday, The guests were: Wits\
i- i: gturtine on the MaUnzu River, still bear importance and possibilities as "fruit Clark Cole, Mrs H. J. Pcrven. Mrt

Snne, twevfhlrd* if the wpsjd'. mutt evidence of that historic period crop have not aa yet been fully recog I Ed C U Carter Wilson was Mrs.the winner.Cua. Mr Thenast

Inlwbitanla-JUOOOO.OOO people when the Spaniard struggled bitterly to nized. It li a delicious fruit of distinctive be Mr.
1 Meeting will 1I.Id.t
live' todaunder complete : Hoenshels'Mr.
ship They Can read i* their 1739 war was declared between England be acquired by some people It suggests !
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that A. HainlUi
; papers only"tresses0 which'let them the read government and Spain, and subsequently in 1740 Oglean apricot and pineapple but is neither -rejoicing} overlittle arrival Monday an
thorp unsuccessfully laid siege to St. The skin Is smooth and deejk yellow and
Th kind ol free disunion and reporting morning of a ion-George
of public Issues which the Augustine, abandoning the enterprise the fruit varies in size from a small plum Wellington Halnlin"
when Spanish reinforcements arrived. to i or pounds in in shape
American press give ui In the I sender -"Mr. and Mri H. F, Potter left
last campaign U Imply Impossible, During those turbulent times, Gov. Ogle- it maybe long and to oval or Friday night to spend the summer
thorpe of Georgia and other militant round fend on a long pendulous
!+e them Approximately 45000000 (o.1 grows months in their home In Connecticut -
other people Uve under I English colonists were a constant menace stem. The sugar content of the mango is I Their son Horace will stay
What might be tailed a eemi-ren- to the Spaniards, and it was primarily to high; the ripe fruit is considered a laxa a few weeks longer" ,

tonhlp Their peas U technically I Ifref. repel" their attack that Fort Hatanzos was tive. Both green and ripe fruits are used I -"The seventh' and eighth grades

but actually I It subject togreater I erected by the Spanish governor Nonfor salads, desserts, pies, jelly, custard, gave a party for Mrs Harry Cooper -
or lea pressure end Interference : teano. about 1842. sauce or for canning and Miss Alma Llndgren on
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by the government or by
I Thursday afternoon it being the rI
; private Interests. I II i lnmmmIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'III1IIIIIIIJn' hours and to accompany the body presented' under the able direction I birthday of both, at the home of '
I Only about MS,000.000 people enJoy -: to HtwrlUton: Ca, where Interment I of Miss :Eunice Nixon by local Lois Moser, from 3 to t p. m. Moet
a free preu Moat of these was had M the timr ot her talent The cast and Miss Nixon of the pupils were taken out byMrs.
: people live In America or Great i! 20 Years Ago$110111111111f death, Mrs. Burton was.la her 73rd I deserve all emit* for their most Cooper and Mn Moser" r
.. Britain -and It might be noticed I year and leaves four children: excellent work. The followingtook -" 'Mike,' the mule who has been
\ that the British press hat Mrs Mark Nabon and 'Dewitt part: Mr. W H. Cauley, Mrs such a faithful pioneer, owned by

:!.. given ui an extremely, unhappy I '" lIam!II UlnllilJllnnD Burton of "Atlanta" Oa:, and J. U- B. O }learn. Un> Walter Moody Ceo W. Kosel, succumbed to Old
example of self-censorship: Free and J. L. Burton of Home- and Miss Ethel Wood; and Sidg-I age and hard work last week and' .
\ connection with the Slmpaon case, The ,'__ft_ liaro ate ..... war atn 4" fred VIMen Henry Fisher, Craig died. 'Mike was known the country
iso ace.0 of .ho n..0.
What all this bolla down to li that: "go" ......._ M.. U. Hit. -"Frlda, the 13th was certainly Dillon. Mrs Walter Moody. Mrs.I over"
America u just about the only 1 rM s.MO fl rt<. 8.._ ott (he, lucky day for everyonewho W H. Cauley and Walter Hearn -'R. E. Hall county superintendent *
..... IM $., .".. vOt .k* a.-..
great country left In which gout! easd ....... attended the comedy. 'Mias Topsy added greatly to the evening of schools was In town Thun.I o
can sit down to read your pa'per i, +rN I Turvey,' 'which the ImprovementS pleasure by their singing" I day looking over the school here:
: d without 'having one peering over April 28 HIT. < of the Farm Lift School '''1 M. Orennell U having a I and at Florida City,"
your shoulder and blocking out 1 -"Prof and Mrs. C. M Fisher -
passage which he think would/ Mrs, Dora Saulls and Mn Louis w
, f' not be good for you..-Wabaih' Twyman wilt spend Saturday in

\. (Ind.) Plain Dealer. : Miami1 REDLANDSRAND; FERTILIZERS
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. '-The hews 'ot' the sad death fit .

Life U complex. No need to embroider -|j Mrs. C.1 Btsi'loh'did I II not surprise
that platitude Many men I MM. BUrtdnV mihy friends as she I FORIC1TRUS AND TRUCK I;':
'would find life'i terrifying daily I hall been' In bad health for sometime I --t

jumble of fact, figure, end face Mrs. Burton spent the "
well nigh Intolerable were there Plat winter with her son Joe Bur.I CROPS' .
I ton. along'whh her husband and ,,
riot en*.narrow avenue down which .
son, Dewitt Sh, returned .t :
avenue hobby.
tq\OH-.that "
41 nol a1,'rntd take a bobby I the'.home -of tier dkugftfer; .Mr.I '
Our formulas prepared to meet the needs of Dade :
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ill t specific fat nervous in, nor Mark Nabore' In Atlanta late In are ..:. :,
rare alUnen who lack hobbles bound'I January and lived there until her'

.for |' of nltoU then' simply ryctn have, A a multitude multitude !:Her deatlf'husband at ':41 ten Tuesday. tier ant Sunday nlag. County soils:: Insecticides and fungicides carried _-: i

of hobixe and that OM to .aught to be with her to bar last *
, mixed desired
safe la feeling Is gnat stock ml as : .
\ PKyctobgista and then have possible ..- say as one ,says of ,
\ many kind tiling to say 'bout beauty. "n Is Ks ewe excuse for '

hobble but of bobby it might, be betag/WJtoteria. MagMlne.HOMESTEAD Florida: East Coast Fertilizer Co :: .Jj J

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Friday. April 23, 1937 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Pare. Five I:

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The Redland' Rattler PONTIAC 6 USED 14 different aounw**. Included tongUi Guy; permuted *. _,.. on
II. kit tthHMMf will be vtt{ to the the reeds hi Aiffhaft, .. asMLVfMderHlt
o. VANDERBILT neuFsessi. .,ol tk*U t..* eC \atkms. s*o ..ewM
Br SratLET 1URKKESS while Bngtand hepiiy trio
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From Hollywood, VswderMK and of 11.00 par day use
Miss Kerfoot's fifth and sixth kept all bill wives. TO CORONATION: Arthur J. Thosnpson who ac- roads and a 2tc per dye tax' In
graders on Thursday presented a Fran___ friarshort order cempatiie him are taking the jrr_.
most Interesting program which: lOOk from San rranciaoo. i iI PoaUy and trailer across the! With aluminum and immense
+ consisted of the dramatization of Black Maria a negro's wife. I Po Uec:. Mich. Apr. SI-Bound Unitetr State and will hip It tn hull, VanderbUf trailer U the last
\ the following proverb! Pride i Viper-a Dutebraan1. IIfP kta..Sip for London and the coronation t>t London by boat, selling from New I word in vehicles of this kind Fitted -
.\ goeth.before a fall", Ruth Hiner; -what Columbus j0iKl:I George VI, Camelius VsixWWtt York .A rltM.VaixderWJt'choes. in rd leather with Venetian
J, "A stitch hi time saves nine", Karl the ocean on. ,Jr. left Hollywood this wk in a Pontiac btQtU -- I blinds a telephone, bar and msfty
Greer and "No Incubator-where'Oll burn old,I I new 1837: Pontiac convertible six '
Betty Pye; use crying over split milk," Walter nil and ouch.Another I coupe with "Coronation Express" !
*> sturdy rugged motor car I I'the little noue-on-WBels" will be
Kuteldt ''If at first you don't suc I'trailer attached.After one with knee-action for. maximum the mobile home ef Vanderbilt and
ceed". John McLaughlin; "A version .t the tt-can't- covering the coronation comfort and one 6'ho..1 ThonpsoB for the next several
watched pot never boils". Bertha bappen-here theme by one of our on May 12 in London for a national beauty and quality would in I months.
ftosborough; "Make hay while the wall-known Juniors', I magazine, Vanderbilt will take I i way match the "Coronation.ve"'l I Vanderbilt plans to tour England
sun shines", Guy Newmant "Too his Pontiac and trailer to France I press" trailer which wan
two weeks to the coronation
; prior
many cook spoil the broth", Calvin Mary had a little lamb and attend the world's fair in pecially for him. In choosing the
In London and to our rune after ,
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Wood, Margaret Hilson Ruth 'TwI, given her to keepIt Paris on May 15. Immediately PontiaC six rather than the eight,
I the Peril world's fair. He will then
Gomel and Phariba Catoe; "The followed her everywhereAnd afterward, he will begUi a Euro- Vanderbilt explained that the additional I
visit other countries In Europe
more haste the less speed", Charles died from lack of sleep. wheelbase of the eight j
feature articles for
special
writing ,
Kelly The announcer wa Fran. I The exam paper' in the wastebasket would have made the entire car .
I his magazine and preoonnf"dlon.
ell Prothero and the reporter, With the monthly exams over I and trailer assembly too long to!i
In the United
'' Wiilovee/ Harper. The program again the juniors turn poetical and The report card's In the fire, come within the English laws governing -' States.
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was concluded with piano solo sum U up in a falls lints entitled And I am staying home at night the length of vehicles of|
'by EKUa Burry, a reading by Bar- "Post Exam Ode": I Because of father's ire I this type on the British highways WART; A08 P.r-TIIY TIKIM!
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The dinners of a poetry contest
I. 'conducted by Mrs. Helen Magee
and sponsored by Mrs U L. Bow
II, editor of "Cycle", are,Joe Benson .
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Burton Stlnson and Mary Ann ZtlttIJ
Brown. This is a new verse forma
originated: by Margaret Stoke tiat1HfJt
t tailed "pensee", a five-line verse It. k/k
f yvlth irregular syllabication and _
no rhyme. Those who deserve
.JaJetlt
,honorable mention oral Doris ; ..
w Price Robert Bell Ronald Kerfoot,
Margaret Albright, Frances Lewis I atl/ttJeHf
Clemment Russell. Jeanne Cal- M
kins, Mildred Cox Jennie fine
Roger, Erma Griffin and Mary aJte/M fat
Eleanor William .
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Milt Elinor Payne' eleventh ad lk1Pt$1j '
grade conducted the assembly program -
Friday In the auditorium. "
Jeanne Calkin led the devotional J.
exercises After several selection
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sung by the audience and accompanied -
I by MLI..1tebecea Fisher gap
the Rev. C. G. Nelson of the
Redland Community Church gave '
tn interesting talk. Frances LewIs .
gave a musical reading, "Moo FONTIAtT lr
Cow Moo", in costume. The !!con OWL
eluding] number wa a dramatic SIGNED, ", '
monologue "The Wheel of Time,"

glen by Mary Elinor Williams.A ,
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peanut party was given Thursday i
night at the home of Alma I
Jane Undgren for the membersof
the sophomore cinsa. Among
those present were: Mr. and Mn like these at prlaes like these simply And yes can flm. oe salting terns !. suit
CAaa .. .. Add UI... things and get
Curl Wagner, Miss Rebecca Fisher "be.bedh. Then' a muoa.W your purM sip yen
and Mis Elinor Payne. *....t Biake room tat the trade-In OB the '..1.* Hick as yon bsYe'smer' sees Man
1937 PmllM sod,...:.h.TS slashed prices V.yK Bargains like lb_ are Naturally la big de-'
With t the" junior-senior prom below .n..rode U.n.,'....,**feature eased, and trmm..t Is what snakes prices rise
coming orrwe give you this bit of p Good Will" _dl'I.-tIIe Si-point -ae berry U, pick year bargain before
Information: operative that makes good ears eves belt. Priced g.bank sip te BarmiL .

Half an Inch half an Inch, half an

Into six inch the hundred.onward.seething. mass. danced 'the STOP LOOKING ELSEWHE -Drastic Price Cuts Make Big Bargains!,

Couple to the right of them, couple .
*'to the left of them

AH over their insteps stumbledAd 1931 Ford Victoria 1934 Pontiac Sedan1935 Ford 4 door

Their: not blundered.to halt or fly,theirs+ but In goad condition looks good, runs,good. dan good tires Se-1

to tone or die. paint. '
5'heirs.rot to reason why, but,rapt o'er ,ood'tiree. '385

how tbajjr,wondered* .

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From various and sundry source vs.e,
we've. collected the following a
h'daffynitionf: Or
Towfer of BabeliHvher SolonuflX EXTRA, SPEC/A.

t93l Studebaker Se- ; 193S Chevrolet ,Pickup .
T. TOMERLIN dan In good condi. 1936 Will,. 77 Sedan '
f TRANSFER new paint-new
DCCCMOD TO B. C. MUIFBTFrvtahlk
t Wrt Wood Shavings tation- tires a good buy at

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sides making It possible for other work in preparing the work fthee
Sheets for 1937 fled
HOMESTEAD SCHOOL NEWS members of the team to score by at the rate of $71 a month :J
quick and accurate passing, four months OovMfimeni fun
Both Sullivan and hit teantr, Application tor allowance under for conducting the .field I\Irvt
NELLA SAULS. School Editor mate J 'T Godwin, played a bangup the 1937 soil conservation will not be available for 1sverweeks '
-_ game; both scored six points I program are coming In slowly to Mr. Steffeni said. ""
I, "Out the dollar It it from the field of play. A little the Hon gatead office of County :
of Tof'. the play selected i a* won again Tuesday
hard luck on shots especially when Agent C. H. Steffanl. although the Supper and Progr'V:1
I by the senior class, will be I night The pupils mad* little
, presented on Friday, May 1, at t hats for Invitation to tie P.-T, A. points were needed prevented a I need for haste has been urged repeatedly Be Held in Silver Pall
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clock. The admission charge meeting much closer score and a possible by the county conservation _____
' I victory. Bird also played an excellent committee headed by LutherL. mol,
will be toe and Me The cast Include The Bishop's Crusade a
over halt of the senior etas Miss Ray'class is proud of Its 10 brand of ball Chandler, chairman ment In the M. E. Church So'ut
, There Is In the second game Kirby team About sixty work sheets filed
new library books a tight, will be celebrated with a supr
;: Most of the girls that were In the rope drawn on the black board and fairly swamped Branch's team 481 with the Homestead office, were and program at Silver Palm fj
fashion parade Tuesday night had the pupil are walking'the tightrope Accurate shooting by Capt. tent to Gainesville on Tuesday to day night
their picture made Wednesday by with the time table and Kirby. McMlchael. and W. D LoU be numbered, recorded and approved Supper a chicken pilau one, who '
several of them have accounted for most of the point they are returned,
; Mrs. Wood got safely 1 I before served at 7 o'clock. $
across but a few have fallen X>(f. Kirby and McMlchael were tied for survey and mapping of the area: The main feature of the pr
l' Mr. Moomaw'i elss had a halfholiday The puplla got a tadpole and for high point posltion-wlth Ie I Involved under direction of a field I gram will be a missionary al
J last Friday. watched it turn to a frog. points each, with W. D. Lott not !supervisor yet to be appointed by I dress by the Rev. Garfield Eve
. far behind with IS points. Although the .
of Danla, former miuionarCuba *;
./ Mr*. Fleld'l class wclcomef I', Mia Thurman's class 1* sorry I frequent substitution were I H
i Mary Ballaro from the Pone de that Joe Nesbltt had to be out of made In the fourth quarter of the was committee.'I Members and friend of tI
; Leon achooLMr school An Monday And' they hone game, the momentum gained In of church are urged to attend th
, that Noel Steffanl who has been the first three quarter kept the when the board voted to appro- celebration
Lucai' eighth grade la gladto I ill several day will soon be able Kirby basketeers piling up the
,( hear that Harry Martin will soon to be back In schoolThe i iI score On Branch team only
Bowen and Connor were able to
be back In school again after being I -
out for several week I pupils In Mrs. Edward, score from the field of play Too
I room are reading library book so much .dribbling and Inaccurate Free: Moving :
accounted for the low
Mrs. Johnaoni ninth grade la I they can get their names put on passing
very proud of the P.-T. A. bannerIt the library tree that Mrs. Edward loore
won Tuesday night for having has prepared for them. Tomorrow morning will see the
Kirby and Sullivan team playingat
' 100 per cent attendance at the
9 00 and the and
" meeting The banner has a blue Mrs. 8. L. West Is substitutingthis : Chapman
Branch teams at 10:00.
:+ felt background with an or.p week during the illness of Miss
'. emblem of the P-T A. This lathe Jackson. The pupils are sorryto I Picturcs'i i
fortieth anniversary of the lose Leonard Becker and BobbyDu I Lois Walker Elected
. Parent-Teacher Association. The Base,who have moved to another : To Office at Stetson :
pupil are looking forward to the school I i

party that the room mothers are Deland Apr. 22-Lola Walker!I The Bird Chevrolet
.; going to give them In the near All of the elementary grades In I of Homestead, daughter of the Company
+, future. their art periods are making April Eev and Mrs C. N. Walker, hat i cordially invites to attend
( border of rain, ducks, umbrellas, been elected to serve M secretary : you
" Miss Lutxt aeventh grade Usnrnr etc, for their rooms.Chapman ,to the Baptist Student Union Council I 'a free moving picture exhibition
. to lose Yvonne Pollard, PoL. at Stetson University A freshman I
(/ Anna Garrison, 'Nora Jane and Kirby | there, Miss Walker la also I at its USED CAR LOT'on:
Hjttner and Edna Becker, who active in the Women's Athletic I
; hit.t been transferred to other Association.
, Khooli Teams_ n___'_ n in_ Saturday._ n. n_ __ i' : :

Miss, Haggard dam welcome League Cage Wins nO! WANT ADS PAY i Sat., April 23at8p.im

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two new beys Joe and George
Barter. ) The1 second and In' the Sato.. I .
---- day morning basketball league at I 1 I
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t another).I.... Webb's nw book data case I II and proud several of the with Homestead Chapman School and wn* played : You will not be asked '(o buy

. new book for It. team matched in.the SUUlv.n"j
and the of
and In the second game <. anything, type entertainment F
;;; and Kirby teams fought out for E'General
Mrs. Wynn's I*sorry to lose I is well worth
i Gilbert Mill who has been transferred ttnora. The Chapman and Sullivan I your

:' to another school teams were evenly time to be present. !
J' for the first three quarters of the so arrange

Mrs Fifleld class la very proudof game. but sudden spurts in the 55 minutes of good clean en t
the new gold fish and bowl that fourth quarter by Chapman and ,
;' Shirley Dnnzey brought and the ill teammates beat Sullivan Jt-23 tertainment. I
potted plant that Junior Bechdol Red-headed Chapman again was II
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, brought This class I II finishingthe the chief thorn to his opponent, I
study of the life of spider scoring 2> out of 36 points for his .
:t wasps and bee team. His shooting from all I
angles under pressure made his Public Utilities ,
Mix Dorsey's class In science is contribution to the game ouUtandng -
studying the four stage of the ;Ralph Bellinger, I seventh BIRD CHEVROLET COMPANY
frog This clan seem to hold grader on the same team, was another Homestead Phone HS-M I

, the record for winning.the P.-T. A.' consistent. threat to Sullivan's j I

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,. .;> ."Frid y.April23..1931."n.;:: -- '. .'-' ._-,...,tEADER.ENTERPRISE.. ., .. _. ". ... -- Page i_Seven .

.. Whit and Mm Draggers and James I Mr*. A. B. Langllam, J. C. Donald-
Drlggen spent the day fishing. .at I FLORIDA CITY I t son, Ronald an4 Merle Caves. Alton -
Maiecumb Mrs, err. W. Heesey. Gmsspo.dealMr. Ind
Littler Whltehead, Wurdorta -
In and Around I II Audrey and Wayne Langhara

Mr. and Mrs John L Scaborough I and Mrs. Oeo. Harden announce and Alice Deetato
have taken an apartment at the the arrival of sin-pound
home of Xdw.: Brooker.Mr. daughter Saturday morning at the Mr. and Mn B. Lull left Saturday
HomesteadAttending Post Graduate hoopilaL She haa, for their home I* Boston

9 and Mrs. Paul U Oopp and been named Betty Lorraine. Mr. and Mrt. Frank Stalling

small daughter, Phyllis, plan to and Mn L. C. Aldrich of South
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leave this week for Akron, 0., Mr*. Roy Chandler was brought Miami visited relative here Sun-
the annual eonferenct I Mr. and Mr*. J. L. Ballard plan where Mr. Oopp will carry on his home from the Post Graduate hospital day.
of the J9th district of Rotary International I to leave May 1 for a visit with relatives I transfer business. yesterday.Mr .
to be held in Jacksonville in Missouri, Iowa and Nebraska Little Shirley Dean Dnxaee I Ia
from Sunday night to Tuesday ; During their absence their MIA Etfle Booth and her brother P. A. Bowman returned I II confined to her home. with the
noon will be Mr. and Mr Wil- I home will be occupied by Mr.And James, have been ill with Influenza I Monday from University hospitalIn : flu this week.
lard M. Flfield, Mr. and Mi-.. J. R. I Mn. J. R Olson. this week. Coral GaSles. She i* reported I II I Miss Helen Prescott who ha
Brook Mr. and Mrs W. J:. Bhenejr I I to be well on the road to recovery. 'been visiting her niece Mr. B H.
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Campbelland Mn. Lamar Dickinson has been Edwards, left Saturday for her
d TrIck Mr. and Mr 0. B. Parker I children, Connie and Claudia 111 this week. I Mrs. Blanch Chapman leftSunday I home In Atlanta.
Ana Mr. and Mr*. Tom Llndsey, Frank have recuperated from an attackof to attend the Rebecca assembly
tohe Rue, Max Leaner. Cha J. Cave influenza. Mia Ula Wood Robinson of : : at Lake Wale Mrs. Boyd I I I J B Russell expect to leave
T. B. Orantham and Dr. H. S. Chicago and Miss Hollister of Melbourne Cohernour hal been serving al Friday for Pennsylvania where he

Wolf Mn J. R. Dortey who ha been were guest of Miss Rob- postmaster during Mrs. Chapman'i will visit relative_ this summer
inson's cousin Mr. and Mn. t.
his I
suffering from Influenza at her absence.
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Barnes will
L. Ballard week.
Cha. G. Turner of Homestead, home this week it now able to b* last leave for their home In North

., ....w dU iVBaahor and W. IL.Owens out Mr. and Mn. Clarence: Muztey I Haven, Conn, today.
.. Chester M. Redd returned yesterday
of Coulda are attending the state
and daughter, Miss Myrna French '
j Masonic convention in .Jacksonv from a business visit to I Word has bn'refl.'lved by
.
Mr. and Mr* R. S. McLeroy ofMiami1" left Monday for their home In
'_ .. ,. Charleston.and Aiken, S. C. friend here that Mr and Airs
.
spent Sunday with Mr* Burlington. Vt. They have visited ,
/1>- < Dr. ,Ralph Desmond arrived at
McLe/roy'i parents and Mrs.J. here with M.. Muuey' broth.
'
-: v for. and 'Mr*; 8. J. Devil left B. Tower. Leon Burnett, who I la workingin er, J A. Severy, since December. I their Connecticut home last week.
A early Monday morning on a trip Miami spent the week-end with {They had spent one week fishing

". that will .last till the -middle oj *'.C. M. Redd returned Sunday to his uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. Mr. and Mn J. I Caves enter- i I at Cortez Island and two weeks
Ceo. A. West
June. Theywill, visit relative In his work In Charleston after spending taioed Monday at a family party' visiting( on the way north.

5 Nashville then go to Battle Creek, the week-end with his family Lay A. Markey of Salt Lake In honor of the fourth birthday of ,' Mr. And Mrs.- : V.:-O. Rohrer and'
I
,; Mich, to visit V. C. Squler, fa1 hem their great-granddaughter little and
Sheffield
City botanist, spent the weekendat Mr. and Mrs. Frank
mow violin maker and tone *pe. the SfiaulUln grove In Florida Carolyn Wilson of Miami who with : daughter Frances, of Miami wereSunday
elalist*who ha a factory and conservatory Arthur Brandenburg ha been City. her mother, Mr*. C. D. Wilson, I* guest In Florida City-
f there. After this they will ill since last week with Influenza. visiting them. Others, presentwere I
1 top in Washington D. c., to In- Paul Beam spent the weekendin : Mr and Mrs. J. W Caves Little Milfred Savory was serioualy -
5 ipecti the- art of Stradivarius In. Mn. H. E. Schaff and Miss Fort Lauderdale visiting rela I Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walkup Mr. ill Saturday evening but
8 strumenta In the congressional 11- Elizabeth Hughes have returned tives. and Mn. R. 11. Wortey Mr. and I I* now slowly recovering

a bretf'thon, go to North. Carolina from a one-week visit with Mrs. E.
3 for a few week.' H. Hiner at Fern Park in Orlando.
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Mr. and Mr*. A. J. Van Marter Mrs. R. O. Walser left yesterdayto I
I: left for their rammer home in accompany her mother, Mrs C. J/lI.ems
Ithaca. N. Y., Wednesday morn C. Kinney to the Kinney home in 7 's
Iii In,. Their home on N. J:. Eighteen.: Commerce, Ga. Mn. Walaer will
th street will be occupied this summer visit with her mother for about.
: by Mr. and Mrt. Ceo, D. two week*.
,' Fuehle.'
---- Mr. and Mrs. Gu Cromartle ofChoser'ipent

The Rev' L. t,. Nelson, pastor of' / the week with Mn
t the First Presbyterian Church of Cecil Walker.
Homestead,rind J. M. Holferty I
elder of the church, returned Wednesday Mr and Ma H. Becker left
night from Tampa where Wednesday for northern Wisconsin.
they attended a meeting of the St. .
Jorn Presbytery.
Mr. and Mr Geo. N. Wakefieldare

,'* Mrs/M." ti. Hartman and daugh1 entertaining Mr. WakefleldN .
ter4 .Henrietta, and Mr*. J. R. mother, Mrs. F. B. Wakefield of Brines Sensational Advance In
Apalachicola and his second
BrooTu returned from Nashville
Ins.
J Monday night Apalachlcola ALL 5 BASIC SERVICESfor

3 ; ""- Complete Horn duration

.$. Ralph Moon has been seriously Mrs. Lloyd Field Is recoveringfrom 'D.1I'tkt
Ill this week -
with blood poisoning a week' Illness at her home. / l.. lMllII17.'
: which mulled from an infected

.f elbow Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mill left 1. GREATER ICE-ABILITY
Y"'C Thursday for Wisconsin. 1 I Ends "Gtirbs-Sn....,."ond'7cs-
/Clarence i Turner arrived from' Fomint"!

Baltimore Sunday to spend two MM H. B. White who ham been 2. GREATER STORAG&ABIUTY
week, with his parent, Mr. and visiting her brother-in-law and Interiors
*. -.-Mn. Oeo. W. Turner, Sr. Mia sister Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Drlggersof New Way A4MaW
Beatrice Orlmiley of Baltimore, a Naranja for the past month will I 3. GREATER pROTE -ABILITY
?-. ;MMin of Mrs and Mr Turner la leave today for her home In Brunswick Keeps f oo4 M/ - spending this week at their home. Ga. On Wednesday Mrs.
4. GREATER DEPEND-ABIUTY

ts-YHf' frottttion flan, backed by

: HEALTHIER :BETTER LEMONS Geo.nl Motors.
5. GREATER SAVEABIUTYOnly

Are now being grown under special Soil Treatment by I-S-B FrlfWsIf b.a te
(i revolutionary discovery that has cured gummosis and other disease '
I A which no other known remedy baa reached. I-S-B baa prow 71/t t.hI
: astonishing result Strongest reference from grower in
Florida Send postal for full particular, stating difficulty J Cab c......... cast. l\ I
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encountered. till Soviet

I -Limes'and ether citrus fruit no s1as/Jaa nfr4r"NWS
respond malvelously to I-S-B soil .. .
\; treatment One gallon make 128 gallon after being diluted with Only seer S moving part
water. It 1* not a fertilizerbut work with fertilizers and make tuduJmt the aMNor t nefinaaeatlr *JMJ
'them more a"ailable.Jur local representative. for further par- tale against atoteur and dirt(;Iwo* stn. .)
PRICES
'U,fulars, at aattsUf ,
mates:AttuPROW
with
: AS LOW AS as Seoul alccotc
; MR. CARL, WARNER (, ,
:i ie'Ir I .' : !S. Flagler.A",>'Homestead,.f 'Phone tt' '" THRILLING TO SEE AND USE I,

J urn $11075 PAYS FOR ITSELF

SOI :ADE, INC. Odzr "" "Oal.. .. E Yea tie 1937 FrigUalra G today big aewsl
1" N W, First St Miami, FloridaHARRY'S AII1 cust.a.11&$15 Easy Terms tot U brings yea sensational mew conpkm-
A"I.", wows U Alt I BASIC UKVICU foe borne rcCrigen-
l' ado '" tied o nand gin*"a moor of all 51...So don's
ale... Fiidd-we. buy o v dfimt, ffnmt la and sea the MOOVtbal
[.Saps{ I .ryto the are FrifidaiM la the most compkt lc*>
WELDING SHOP 1""adysp sss U"a gaeB fivMtt, food-More* and food-pteirne ever
\ .. a tra1. 1d.1 -: aawwal rtOOf that It will Mrs you cooagh artto
ti o bas :.. food a4 earnest bill to pay lot loM
PRINCETON, FLAw -" sad a molts betide Save
pry yes
AVON quirk.Sao iI -- .. noo*?...save ttfttt.,see our rri( V,
portable Eleetrle ad Acetylene Welding we Cylinder Sleeks. r.. .rw.r.. an PIOOFDDtONITJAT10N kill

'" Crlladet Heads, Aluminum Castings vd Boilers .

flTnfAaUaaoUve MackW >p Jrini-Caterlnf to garages In mala

bearing peering and aligned reaming. :, ceaaeetliMr red Passing HOMESTEAD FURNITURE CO.

:. tt V l baring and cyUader bettag.
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PRE-NUPTIAL EVENTS ARE GIVENIN JUNIOR CLUB GIVES served byThose .... hosteaes. B. D. T. F. U' WILL HAVE I : : I
I BENEFIT present were: Mr. and MONDAY I
MIAMI FOR MISS CAROLEE DONE The Junior Woman's Club of Mra. Stanley WJUkop, Mr. sat itr. I Th Itodjand fiMritt,.,Young '

Homeetead held a benefit bridge, E. A. Buchanan Mr. and Mn 1 People's Union will have a treasure

Miss Carole DOM whom engagement an ton. Dr. Irene Shanklln, Mrs. and bunco party Wednesday evenIng Howard Lamb. Mr. and Mn. Frank I hunt Monday evening that will, r
to Lewis Tnadwell KIs-I H. Ruegg Mn. L. A. Freeman Mn. at the Woman' Clubhouw : Belt. Mr. and Un. Rudy Abel I start from the Episcopal Church
.".nl of Miami wn announced recently H. J. Brockett, Mn. H. J. Derbyshire with M.... J. S. Horton Mn Mr. and Mn. Harold Oxford Mr. at 7:30: o'clock. A P -14Ck supper

will be liven her fourth Mn BUM, Mn D. B. ,Snow, Stanley Wlttkop M.... E. J. Dyal and Mn. Claude Campbell Mr. will be served at the end, of
pre-nuptial shower by Miami Mn. R. M. Barnes, Mn. Jas. M. and Mill Pearl Whitaker aa hoe and Mrs. Richard KInard, Mrs. J. the hunt. I

friends this afternoon when Mrs Dobbin: Mrs. E. M. Froscher, Mn.Wm teuet. The high score prize for A. Webb, Mn. Floyd Fogle, Mn The young people of a111 leagues >'
Van X Huff of Coconut drove entertains Dunlop, Mn. B. F. Collier bridge were won by Mn. J. A. Win. M. Johns Mn. Joel J. Rob- are urged to be present and all I
In her honor. This I* to Mrs. Hollister Sage Mrs. N. G. Webb and Frank Belts and the inson, Mn. Bruce Ennts Mn other young people of the district

be a linen shower.On Ball and Mrs. Don Ferreyra. I low score prize, by Mn. Frank Ruth Godwin, Mrs Ceo. M. Son- an invited. I'

Saturday Miss Betty Bishopand Belts and Claude Campbell. The nlchaen, Mrs John L. Scllrborou'b.1
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Miss Elaine Mayo of Miamigave METHODIST CIRCLES HAVE ulgh acore prize for bunco wentto M.... Robert Glenn.' DR. AND MRS. HAVSMAN .. ,
a breakfast party and beach LUNCHEON AT STATE PARK Miss Marguerite Wollum and I I Turner, Mr F. D. Freeman, MI'I.L. ENTERTAIN COMUS CLUB '
George Oxford and the low przet.I B. Danny, Mrs. J. S. Horton I .
party for Miss Done. The W. M. S. Circle of the: The member of the Comus Club
to loire F. B. Freeman and E. A. Mn. Miss 'I
Burley Dendy, Pear! I entertained
Thursday evening Mn. Dorothy Homestead Methodist Church met Buchanan. were Thursday evening
Wbltaker Miss Alice Hobson, Mine at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Bour Brown and her daughter with Mn. E.: E. Atkinson at Royal Potato salad and coffee .
went Mary Bradley, Miss Grace
Barbara party and Palm State Park for a covered Hob- Frank Hausman. The high score
a
gave upper I
--. .......... son. Miss Marguerite Wollam, awards went to M.... H. P. McDan-
Mumming party .pt the Nautilus 'dish luncheon In the lodge Tues
'in her honor. day. M.... Lee Poyner and Mrs. The Calendar George Oxford, L. C. McCMnnis! |el and H. E. Schaff.
The other guest were1: Miss J. E Davis gave an account of their ._ -.1 H. A. Cameron and Roland Tol- Others present were: Mr. and
Apr. 33-Meeting of son. Mrs. Lee H. Lehman, Mr. and M....
Done parents, Mr. and Mn. R. H. trip to the annual W M. S. conference -
DOM Mr and M.... Van E. Huff, at Tampa. Club at 3 o'clock In I. a O. W. K. Walton. Mr. and Mrs 3. H.

Win Wm L. Todd of Gary Ind., Those attending were: the I Apr. 24-Grand prize dance for I MRS. GORDON IVET GIVES Webster. Mr. and Mn. E. A. Ames,
Aft Miriam Todd of Miami, Misses and Mn. A. A. Koestllne, : swimming pool benefit at Country I BRIDGE LUNCHEONMrs. I Mrs. P"Mnan.8IIIIf three guest

Either and Barbara Done Miss A. McNeil), Mn E B. RItV'j,Club. Gordon Ivey live a covered Mr. and M.... frank Webb and
:Ruth Dleatelhont of Coral Gables, Mn. Tillie Williams, Mn I Apr. 26--Meeting of Homestead dish bridge luncheon at her Buckner Beasley.
Wm. Isgrlgg of Detroit. Norman Williams, M.... John B P W. C. In Legion hall at S p. m. home Wednesday. The rooms were
Myen of Miami Beach John Woeful Mrs. Dan Williams, Mrs. Geo. Apr. Zt-Meetlng of B. Y. P. U. decorated with roses, snapdragonsand BIRTHDAY PARTY IS GIVEN

of Baltimore, Theodore Moore son Mrs. O. L. Showalter, Ran-I officers at borne of Miss Ellen Vannat other seasonal flower Miss FOR LOUISE DEERING .

and Mr. Kiiiam. Mollie Wlngatc, Mrs. Casper 7 o'clock. Ellen Huff won the high nor Mrs C. W. Cet'rln"ave a birthday *

liams. M.... C. M. Redd M.... Apr. 27 Business meeting of prize and Mrs, Rosa Pada e, the party- Friday In honor of the
JUNIOR' CLUB HAS Davis, .Mn. John Anderson, Mn.F. .'I Homestead Woman's Club. low. birthday anniversary her

SOCIAL EVENING flettas, Mn. J. L. Ballard, Mn. Apr. 27 F. L. T. Club meet-,1 Mrs. Ivey was assisted In *etvng > daughter, Louis Outdoor game

Miss Marguerite Wallom woo P. B. Bird Mrs. Poyter, Mrs. C. D.' lag at home of Mrs. Margaret by her mother, M.... H. Collier. were' played, and ice cream and a
the high score prize at the bunco Eaken. Mr. Lawreaoa Wintams.! Day. birthday cake were served.
Womao'i Apr. -Meeting of tilt Girl i Those present were: Mn. Claude The included Yvonne,
party given by the Junior Mrs. Earl Pactttl. Jr., Mrs. J P. guest :
dub after IU spaghetti supper at Dye, Miss-Je nJ* LobdeU Miss' Scout| at the horn of J* Hen Albert Campbell. Mn. A. a Cain Mrs. Pollard Wave Horton, Atria Sykes,

Torrite's Ameriecn-ItaUan Restaurant Bckn Livingston and Mae Rv. M. Slagl Hlnman Mn. Richard' Dorothy Sullivan Marjory Sayer,
Apr. M--Meeting *t Census OtA Kinard Mr. Russell Horn, M...
in Florida City Monday t Kane Nina Bollard,.Annette Campbell
at home of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Me. John Graves. Mn. Richard Huff
evening. Mri. J. S. Horton was Rosa BUello, Mary Ellen Deering,
awarded the low score prize and I MR. AND MRS. RUE TAKE Daniel I /Irs. Geo. U. Sonnlchsen. Mrs. Marjory Connor, Edna Forte,
Wm. MusMlwhlto, Mr*. Hunter
Mn. L. B. Danzey, the floating CLUB ON FISHING TRIP Apr.. 29 Community supper I Fran*** Lamb, Virginia Billiard,
Harden Mrs. Pete Perkins, Mrs.
and reception for the Br C. O. : ,
prie. Mn. 3. & Perkins Mr Ruth and Rosa Peterson, Jack Mc-
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rue took
tobert Glenn, Mrs. Dexter Horn*.
Nelson
at ftedlaltil111 :
Harold Elmer
Russell Home and Mrs. Claude Michael Branch
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the member et the Rain Shin
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1M. David Barnes, Mrs.Orin
Church at .:10.Apr. .
Campbell welt hostess Martin ROM Betts Car Fredrick,
Club on. a fishing trip t* AngelFish Smith Mn. Caller
Padage Mrs
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meetingIn
Paul T O. Robert
Others present were: Mri Burley Creek In the Rue boat Friday nd the hostess. Rue ,Auburn
Dandy, Mrs Herbert Turner A fish luncheon was served on the Redland Community Church at Sykes, Frank Topplno, Kenneth
Mri. T. 3. Walker. Mn. L. T. Proctor boatIn 1.30.Apr.: .-- Glenn, Jack Wallace, Frank Bi-
Mn. H. T. Oxford, Mrs Bruce! honor of Mrs. Frank Skin's;I. JO -. Pot luck supper for The Study ClubWt at the home kilo, Fred Fuchs, Elbert West,

Ennl Mr. F Kufeldt Mn. 0. : Mr. Helen Hackler had winter visitors of Methodist Churchat of Miss Jennie Lobdell yesterday Robert Simmons, Harry Bowen,
M. Sonnlchirn Mn. J. Paul Reynolds i I baked birthday a birthday cake Mrs J home of A., S. Moye. I afternoon. : Charles Connor and R. B. Zinkaffl .
May Meeting of Garden Club
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Mra E. A. Buchanan, Mn. Skill honored with
Sinlc Wlttkop. Mr*. Jaiws Bird, I shower was of h) dkcrefilefs also. a .at home of Mn. Elberta Bute. I
MiW. B Caves, Jr.. Mri. E J. Mr. ley Homestead P.-T. A. ex-
I|I Those ,preMAt were: andl
Vutlve committee meeting at 10
DNA.> Mn Hunts Hmdln 'blessesAlice
Ml:*. Rue, Mil Lehman, Mrs. .
and Grace Httbaon, I I WebstcJLVfs. H. Persian I a. I
Whit-1 I1 I J. H C. m.May
7 H. H. S. senior play i
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M ''I i. RI i irftcy, Miss Pearl
Mrs. Fred Redd, Mrs Hackler, .
..!tier Miss Ellen: Huff Mhl Ipso "Out of the Fog".. I
and
Mrs Skill Harvey Rue. stgulpR
ni mn, und three vlsitani, Mr. May g Homestead Girl Scout .
Krneit Sberard, M.... Olin Wright CHILDREN troop's celebration of Its seventh i fOil ADO'10
and Mrs F B. Freeman. CLUB TO HELP anniversary. t0\ t n
I AND SALVATION! ARMY May 10 Redland District Ministerial C p ER

GARDEN CLVB MEETS The Woman'' Club of Redland Association flan try at noVl
AT ITS PRESIDENTS HOME I voted Tuesday to send good literature Matheson hammock FACE 1.11Ps51Ck
n The- -South Dad Garden Club to the children at the Kendallhome I May 10-Pot-luck supper tot

met Monday at the horn of Ita I I and donated $20.00 to the Baptist Sunday School teachers at $ .00
Mn epherd Salvation Army. The meetingwas G. 1. Gault home. 21 Ts
president E I.S .
In Florida City M.... OeoTk.: steed I held at the is*me of Mn. E. A. May Homestead P.-T. A., $1.and eacu I.ALKALOZEI

gave a reading, "The Midnight I Carter Mr. Seymour Dane and meeting at 8 p. m. I Iat" i
I Mrs Carter made a report of the May 14 Redland. P-rT. A.
Ride of Paul Revere, M an 1
I ing number became .f the county federation' meeting held at meeting 8 p. m. Executivecommittee
that title was the one opeA-j I Miami last week. meeting at 1 p. m. j MrCHAN'CAl
Those attending wenMn.. B.
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I ty-Mcond anniversary of May 20 Redland HorneDemonatr.Uon *,
A. Walden, Mr*. aeo.' W. Turner, Club mxtiag and LU RICATION
: to Lexington t* want the approach GE
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7'Wcj
Jr., Mrs. CUte Stewart, Mrs. M. A. exhibit
I of the British troop from Boston.Mm .
Bator, Mn. H. ,. Anoateong Mrs, May SO Homestead tierceDemomtreUea
i W. D. Bishop showed tome
.. wild flower specimens trees the Dave JCufeldt Mn, Due ..d the Club. hwettag.and ikS M_
hostes*. exhibit /i1ti,
warm sections of Australia. Among 011
: them wr the analaluvea end eryUirma. .
tff.rrst1ar xsaslen TYPe

; Mrt. 0.. I reported that 7-. 75 C I Is-' 75 CEtlcar

the garden clubs of tb: itt have .e CARE.and '
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I named the live oak aa their choice .
I .f Florida aheM ,;.e.. Mn $haP-I
i herd told the story at the Japan* 'fir Beauty stros.,
cherry tree In Washington, D. C., WHit' t P 'H !, %
.14.... Reed closed the rowtol with True beauty demands We :g11r.' CLEJtI ::> !

a group of reading the bait .t car at aU t f 19'
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.ri.scaplae
Mn. Eibarta ,B.to, It leas announced time*. Whether yon aU' NON t tube _..,

wjjl 'entertain (h/ :club with a wave, a facial, EUCENE
en May S.Others I manicure, or any of Permanent

f present wr: >Mn> ,, Lucy 'Ole other essential aide f.rb iotli.a -......aam. I LUNCHEON

to beauty youll find bating ....-...... she .
U- akllled opefaton at 4dos.adhpen rrtpsesew'; HOT PR COLD.DISHES SERVED DAILY
Pat'i
t Beauty Parlor ( akss's she kind.
we
DR.IL&AKERSDENTIST ready to serve ,you I 11:30 to 2:00
; I f J 7'tIuk .lIt : r for W%: = "k-A '

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Offlc*'ITount I awns to S >.. tt.Ssadays c-N.-&IeII / tot she _... with anirtt .. -
8 tw II I PERa1NMNT'WAVES iiii iMd' 'lnloM end ('MMF THE 'DIXIE DRUG .

Closed Prices IS. $6, $7" ft"-"-", -
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PAT'SBEAUTY Bull's Barber Shop The Rexall Drug Store '

Free Parking Space Homestead
Florida
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& !PASTOR iti BE fl xou:1i': Rtrlcbtad, ..... *nr.h Moon, REDLAND 4-H CLCB TO IIVEANTftML
: AT RECEPTION AND: srrrcR I Mn Theliha aWUofd. Mrs. Anna' I EXHIBIT Tt'ESDAY

I People of the community and I MessenmUh. Mn. Flora Comp-i -The"4-H Club;of Social Events ]t' member of th*' eontregatfoo W 1 tom Mr Edith Bejtey. Mrs. Addle I hit annual exhibit on Tuesday -
Redland Community Church MM Muss, ... Matilda Fax.MM. ,. Apr. 17 and at the same Una
_ rare invited to attend a community Gertrude Capllnsjer and B. C. a tea will be give for the ttterlainment -
upper at the church Thursday Murphy.W. : of the Redland Home
evening and a reception for the Demonstration Club and mothers .
HOMESTEAD P.-T. A, aa school la out Mrs. Skill an i pastor the Rev. C. O. Nelson, who (X T. V. TO MEET I of the 4-H Club members who
ELECTS OFFICERSThe nounced. The girl! gladly accepted hat been returned to this church: IN MIDLAND FRIDAY I will be guests.
Homestead P.-T. A. elected tb officers toe the next school year Miss Elizabeth Skill'the hostess, hour is 0:80.> rill meet Friday. Apr. M, at I.JO 1 be Judged by the Home Demonstration -
Wednesday evening at the,tINt served Girl Scout cookie and ice A special program hat been ar in the Bedland Community I Club and members win
attended meeting of the season cream.1 ranged. Church. Plane for raising the ning a high rating will compete
when the Ugh school fashion walk Scout present were: Van Rhe district portion of the million: with other 4-H clubs ef the state
was given lira. Ben Archer was ney, Grace Gray, Virginia Klnoer B.r.p. GROUP dollar educational fund Dot educational I for awards.
elected president; Mrs. Win. E.: Margaret Lawrence, Athlay Camp HAS PICNIO AT PARE work will be dlacuaaed. I
Rheney vice-president; Mrs. Barbara Bigger, Mary France The Intermediate B. Y. P. U. All am Invited to the meeting. METHODIST GROUP TO HONOR.
IL C. Nichols second vice-pres Rutland. Vida Clark Joe Nell members and friend pent Friday ITS WINTER VISITORS
ident; Mrs. Landon Carney, secretary Slagle, Marlon Edmonds: Dora afternoon at Royal Palm State MRS. FENNELL: MADE !, The winter visitors of the Homestead ,
; Mr*.J. R. Rutland, treasurer Scott, Elisabeth: Skill, Merle Jenkins Park. GRAND INSTRUCTOR Methodist Church who are
and Mrs. J. D. Tower, historian, Melba VanWinkle and Ruth I
; Owens. I Sandwiches, orange Juice and Mrs. L. A. Fennel of Nsrsnjs going north soon, will be honored
Mrs. Rheney. Mrs. Nichols andMrs. Ice cream were served by Mr*. I chapter of the O. E. S. was appointed 'at a pot-luck supper on Apr. 30at
Carney have served In their ,GiUner, the leader, assisted by grand Instructor of District 291 the home of Mrs. A. S. May .
respective offices this present year. ,MR. AND MRS. KCFELDT" Mrs. W. D. Coker and Mrs. Lester I at the convention of the grand Mrs. Moye and Mrs. t. A. McNeill
The nominating committee consisted 'ENTERTAIN CHURCH GROUP ,Coker. :lodge In St. Petersburg last week. will be hostesses.
of Mrs. C. N. Walker, Mrs. I A fellowship hour for the Red. The Rev. C. N. Walker also was ,
H. P. McDaniel, Mrs. J H. Webster land EpwortK League was held at a member of the party. The
Mrs. Fred Redd and Mrs. I the home of Mr and Mrs. GotchKufeldt othen present were: Wanetuj MRS.YOUNG BLAKE PEOPLE TO ENTERTAIN IATtaD.Y1Mi'll. : I LEARN TO DANCE '
E. Klrby. 1"1 Sunday evening. Games I Koeitllne Eunice Walker,' Mary
Mri Howard Johnson's 1 were played, and Iced tea and cupcakes France Arthur, Willie Mae Dixon, D. P Blake will entertainthe BALLROOM INSTRUCTION
by a 100 attendance of parents were served.. I Sybil Cheshire Lucille West Virginia young people of the Presby-, WITH GOOD MUSIC
won the dollar prize and the new I Present besides Mr. and Mrs.Kufeldt .I Doney Elisabeth Mcllwaln. tartan Church at a dinner party'' I to 1* p. m. Each Tuesday
attendance banner for the high I were: MU Kathryn Cast,1 Nina Bullard Edna Booth Mar I Saturday night at her home In'' LEGION lULLtIIey'
school, and Miss Frances Dorsey's Miss Betty Ann Marshall, Misses jory Webb, Frances Webb, Elisabeth ,South Allapattah Gardens. I
toom as usual won the elementary Mary and Emily Engel Min Lfiulse I Hall Jeanette Campbell,
dollar award and banner. I Yates, Miss tdena Cooke, Charles, Nellie Mae Martin Elmer Martin
Mrs. J.W. English, the president, and Jack Turner E. S. Marshall, William McMlchael Jack Me.
announced that a benefit show I George Grunwell, Allen Harford Michael,'Elbert West Billy Walton 0GETTIN 6 l/y
Little Lord Faufttelroy.would and hosts.B. Gene Bell, and the Rev. C. N. NO CHkNCf 4FRF
be given at the Seminole theatre Walker. A
next Thursday and Friday, and I Y. P. U. MAKES PLANS I
that the tickets would be sold by FOR PAGEANT AND PICNIC
EPISCOPAL BOYS HAVEPICNIC
the P/-T. A. members. Plans for pageant to be givenon
AT BISCAYNE BAY
the last Sunday In May as a I
MRS?DEXTER HORNE IS benefit performance for the B. Y. Mrs J. E. Gnuzens' Sunday
HOSTESS-TO CLEANERS P. U. which will send representative School class of boys of the Episcopal -
: At themeetmg of the Cleaner{ to the assembly to be held in Church enjoyed wiener mast !; ,.
at the home of Mrs. Dexter Roma DeLand June 8-18, were made a4 ; Blscayne Bay Monday evening. | Protected .I
talk I the business meeting of the Those present were: The Rev.
'l'ueeda.af.frn a et) "What I
Baptists' Believe" was given by I union Monday evening at the and Mr, Mlltoji B. Sackett Billy With s.w r
Mrs. S> L. West A salad. ur' home of Miss Christine Hughes I Clark Theodore-Know1ei, Q, Lowe Saeea Enamel

Was. served by the hostess. A hamburger try, It was decided, and Howard Lamb.
Others present were Mrs. Oor. will be given after the revival at' If1! a wonder how (just ono dole In
don IveY Mrs. Russell Borne, Mrs, the Baptist' Church 1* over. I REBEKAH LODGE SENDS a screen attract all manner of In.
Claude Campbell Mrs S. Q,Smith, Sandwiches,coca cola and cheese, TELEGRAMS TO DELEGATESWhen sects I But don't blame the screen, It's rust that breaks
Mrt. CtdYcnca'Parman.U ;'WU\ wafer were served After the meet the Rebekahs met this screen wires, makes screen holes. Just one) coot of this
Bam Caves. Mrs. Harry ,Cooper' ing.Those I week they sent a telegram of screen enamel protects against rvit. What's more. '''.
Mrs Howard ;Johnson, Mrs. Badf present were: Miss Nellie greeting to Mrs Margaret Gay easy to apply, won't clog the mash makes screens bright
ford Mr*. David Barnes Mr. Mae Martin Miss Ellen Vann, who was representing the chapter I) and Attractive, and It.revenrs rain frem washing copper
Hall Mrs.'Mock and a visitor Mrs. Miss Lou Bell Grennell Mla Hit the assembly Lake Wale, and I stains onto your house One quart will CO'tOef'the screen of
flllllIId 1'1l1e1cS. Evelyn Pope, Mir Frances Lotto a telegram of congratulation to an average Broom home.
Mir Esther Pope the Rev C N. H. B. Beattl! who was elected i,
j'j'I
W. II(. u. create ENJOYS I Walker Myron Grennell. and the grand master of the grand lodge. SHtltWIIlWlLLUHSW.D.HorneCo.
hostess. Mrs. Edna I
riSKING TRIP AM) DINNER Those present wr.e-. j
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,The.,M,Quarterly UgCirele'socUr One. on meeting Apr, 11 ctrT [SCREEN EN All Ell

took tbh Min of a fishing trip en I HOMESTEAD COUNTRY CLUB :i
the bay'it$ the mouth of the M"I

ty etreet-eanal. ,, After tb Dine and Dance With Us. ;
had been caught they were cooked

sandwiches and served salad with, fruit baked, cake beans and I Chicken and Steak Dinners i by appointment. i

coffee, Genuine Italian Spaghetti Dinners Served Daily j
f the party were: Mrs. Frank
"In ,. Hrs. Ceo. West Mrs. Art 50c per order I'I'I F. L SKILL, Owner o

Relchart, Mrs L. A. Wise, Mrs. I :, We Especially*Solicit Parties 11 N. Krome Ave. Phone 507-J a
C. E. J iaundenaMrs. t. W. MillS, '
Mrs. Mock, Mrs. T. T. Bowen/. FOR KCSHVATION riONS allt' SAM. COMrRM Masses I I* A1, N T H ,Eo WVWM; ; ) B T C R S
Mrs Dial nbtl .4 Mrs. Pete MortIS '
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POSTPONFJt I
The' )x>t-IucK' supper for the : GrandPrize1DANCEI
Idapti iSundnySchool. teachers Ii i
which ill be held at the home of .
Nr. a Or I. Oault bat been
post arluTMay 10.


GIRL W,00tTO HATE: ::1 I

A gent fire meeting for tonight
wasp rsnld.Tuesday by the Girl
Scout: af'aJtneceng held at the
home) pt lit"NeIer, Mrs. Frank 3Saturday
Skill. a M 90'11bfI beld In the back
)ard 1f Mb* fkUl>home. MaryTrancesu
1aad.! ; s charge of'
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The study of the treatment .<:
" cut and scratches was continued, '
HOMESTEAD COUNTRY CLUB
" and ot.rfP boil garnet W develop; gAll
sight, touch and hearing were i
plawanl M Couple Declared. Winners the Elimination Series Are Urged to be Present.and Compete For '
An invitation hM been Slaves a*: l .' Grand Prize
H The
the-treop, W -;>'at Mrs. /. W.' .
JilI theon!*'Xey Biscayne aa om I1ft '
Music' Pink .
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Pace Ten THE LEADER ENTKRPWSE: Friday, April 23.1937


-.- the charter of the Hialeah-Mlaml ty demanded the improvements In SCHOOLSContinued

I ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS Springs Lions Club would be presented [the Interests of public safety
at I meeting Wednesday Labor for the project will be
,1"u ... L the WPA and cost ot j
In the by
""""" .--r--u--- night Miami Swings Courttr provided From Page One)
IR r. w C. TO TAU BILL I MAXJOKY CONNOR HAS > Club and urged that' all Red- material mutt be borne by indi- (
THROUGH "CONGRESS BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION land District Ubns who could possibly I vidual property owners who will lunch recet* wake possible the

Mr Flora D. Myera will take Marjory Connor celebrated her attend do so. be required under government regulations I:IS dUmlml No claw periods

a Mil through Its various stages Inbecoming fourteenth birthday Thursday Hayes Wood, county tax: collector to deposit with the city,' elimination of I home room period
a law in both congress I evening by entertaining a group wa the guest speaker at this the total cost of such materials be- and ten minutes or M cut from the j

and the state legislature at the of friends at the home of her parents _k'. meeting. He told how fore the project la approved. have been eliminated or shortened. f

Homestead Business and Professional Mr and Mr Edw. Connor. he had made It possible for auto- Cost data and all other detail The noon recess beginning Monday

Women Club meeting In Frank Bllello played popular airs mobile owner to buy their tap will be explained to the propert I will be from 11,30 to It:20, The

Legion hall Monday evening The on his accordion and Jack Me "over the counter" In Homesteadand owner by the council committeeand physical education department will

bill, one regarding the right of Michael and the hostess did a tap I other part of the county and the county sanitation officialsat conduct recreational period after

married women will be sponsoredby I I dance together Outdoor and in. MiamI. Before h* took office patrons the conference Monday night school li dismissed for aU pupil I

Mr*. Clna Stewart, public re- door game and dancing wen enjoyed of the American Legion Auto Dexter Home, city sanitary inspector who wish to avail themselves of '

lotions chairman.All throughout the evening.A Service In Homestead filed their was Instructed to notify the supervision and facilities off

persons interested' are invit- I birthday cake with white icing applications and paid their money all concerned: to be present this department j

ed to attend. The meeting will and pink candle was aerved with one day and had to com back the Mr, Sommers believe that more t

begin at I o'clock I' Ice cream by Mrs. Connor' and next day to get their tags will be accomplished by avoidance I|

Mrs. Hiram Ritch. I Through I special order Mr AIRPORTContinued of the hot. drawing afternoon pea
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DOICAS CLAM PLANS The guest Included: Beatrice Wood obtained from Governor clods of classroom work aa warm

TO HONOR T. E. L CLASS !' Wilson Mildred Batta, Annette Cone the local office,!* now allowed I weather cornea on. Close check

The Dnrcaa clan of the First Campbell Edna Forte, Edith to carry the tags In clock: ( From Page One) on results will be kept to determineI
Davis, Geneva Vann, Bonnie and the tax collector has been It be advisable
permitted remitting back taxes on five acre I whether or not may
yesterday Groover, Rosa DlleUo Jimmy to establish branch offices tchedule to
located In the northwest corner of to extend the new
Mr*. W. E. Lewis decided to have I Shellen, Barney Godwin, J T. In sections of Miami to relieve the the tract Acquisition of another I, other schools In the county next

a social meeting In May at which Godwin, Roy Walker, Jack Me- long waiting lines at the tax col- 10 acm through payment of $50 term..
the T. E L. claw will be honor Michael Frank Bilello, Harry and lector office In the court nous* to the state Internal Improvement "Parent were notified of th*'
Lewis devo- D. L. Bowen Donnie and Jack Mr. Wood said he I is doing the
guests Mra. gave a board wa authorized, but over- contemplated Chang .for twoweeks
tional on Christian living. Wallace and Kenneth Glenn. lame thing in collecting poll taxea. looked. This payment will be ," Mr. Sommers said, "and

Home made Ice cream and cakewere Deputies are located at service made Immediately Advised by we have had a total of three objection
served the hostess and her Mr. and Mra Murray Day of stations or other locations In the
by Attorney Haycock that owner of *, It will not be a great hard
Mra C. T. Harper. Charleston, S. C.. and Mr. Leona precinct for the convenience of .
sister the live acre where the ,service amp to start the day an hour ear.
Others present were: Mrs Julia Straker and her mother Mn taxpayers. In tile present municipal station stands, had expressed their ,Ilef- gnat part of the country
Polk Mr Geo M. FrIck Mn E. Jones, visited Mn Clara Van- campaign In Miami he
willingness to exchange this land doe ,this already under the day
L. Lawrence, Mn T. C. Kirby, Winkle end family Homestead said, It has been found that many for other property or tax certificates light saving Urn plan. And we feel

Mra J. R. Rutland. Mra J. L. Sunday voters come In to pay their poll of aimllur value, the commit. I that working the cool of the day

Scott, Mrs. W. R. Cheshire Mrs. taxes after they get home from ee will endeavor to affect; this' with the prospect ot being free
II Collier and JoI.... A D. Smith. A rummage sal for the benefit work-where the deputy collect- deal I after ',.few, hour, of tonepirated
of the W M S. of the Homestead
located'In service station
---- on are stimulus to
will I
I Bid for the city a yearly supplyof i effort provide
Church will be held
Ruatell Elder who Methodist other places of business that
Mr. and Mr* or that will result In bet'ster
gasoline, kerosene, motor and the pupil
left Tuesday for their home In :Saturday, May 1. Mrs. J. E Davis keep open after courthouse hour lubricating oils cup grease and I work than waliavt over known {
:und Mra. Lawrence William are
Griffin, Ca, after spending the' "The result has been greatly Diesel OIL were read before the I before"
winter here and Evangelist J 0.Hanes I In charge of the sale Increased ale of tag and a far :council and referred for tabulation .

were entertained on Saturday greater percentage of poll tax payments and report to a committee composed
by Mr and Mra A. A. Koeit- Dr. C. K. Lee, presiding e'der! than In previous years," Mr of Councilman Rue, J. G Wynn
line with a fish fry on the lawn of of the Miami district Of the Methodist Wood said In the tint four month and Webb Companies biddingon GROVETHEATRE

the paraonage Episcopal Church, South, was of this ycaiwthat is, to dato- the contract Included .Standard -
a dinner guest of the Rev and Mrs $1067000 In tag have been coldIn
Oil Co, the Texas Co., Gulf
Min Elizabeth Skill. Will Geral- A. A. Koetttlne on Sunday Dade County. more than the I defining Co., Sinclair' Oil Co,I COCONUT OftOTO.'

dine Helix, Min Bonnie Dell combined total tag"sales of Hills- Shaw Broa, and Belcher Oil.Co. .1 Stew. I and 9, Ode vales.26s

Myen and Miss WlUella Bullard borough buval and Escambla Councilman: Rue; Morris! and Matinee 81 Md Isis tea,
formed a theatre'party. In Miami SLOWDOWNSContinued counties, and more than the total 3rooker were named as t committee -!' AtoIva.,
Friday afternoon. After the Dade County sales for all of last I
to
with act the
power upon
show they had supper In Miami year, which amounted to $1033- purchase of a row truck for aervtce Sear Man,Tuee,:As*. IS, It. 17
and ipent the evening with Miss ( From V*<* On) 000," ,
at the light plant. Bide for'Jbls
Skill at her home hers; The'blaml'll' are constructed of Roy Jajin,Miami hotel man who front International .
equipment wen received]
asphalt ot ether road material wa formerly magician on the 9T JlAM1HIOB
Harvestet Bird -
The plan a* outline by Nr; Keith theatre circuit and Chevrolet

FISHERSUICIDEContinued Cores la to get the count/ comml"l Frank PuDiam. amateur hill billy, Gordon and Redland Ivy light]Motor plant super, ; BftSfcTJsttUlttlAJ
declare all .
I akin to musician and singer, were on the
through roads with right of : ntendent, was authorized to put"chase
way program through the courtesy ot
( From Page One) over north and south road of the Mr: Wood who brought them with a new tran l'1IIer'IOlie in,
flood lighting the dUmondbaU park
ed stool neirbyMn I district. The speed deteirent. him. Mr Jahn tests of magic
Fisher waa en route home would be placed only on.the north I mystified and astounded the this season-
March of
Reading of the report ,
south. roads, so that resident bound
yesterday Ignorant of the tragedy Lions John P Mastery, program
light and water plant operationsbrought'
A note addressed to the 'Wife and i for' Miami-Homestead highway! chairman for April. Introduced the I

children was found with the body I would, have nothing to bloc)" theirprogress. : speaker and entertainers, favorable Increased comment frorythe r'r'
council efficiency
I Mr. Core called on the I E''I'I
It read In part: In the 1 hkMa fit.
appeared operating cost
club for Immediate
action to. halt L
Dq not ,rleve. This seems the ltd collection
column for th
only way to save the home and: the rising death toll from automo- COLORED TOWN month reflected *
a general Improve
bile collision at Redland Districtintersections. Wed. Than. As M. 29
fund and
give you I clean-up a
ment In local business condition
.
email living Income foe! the next I' DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS JK.DOLOIIS
seven or eight years until the bow W. I. Flak reported that the (Continued J'ronrille One DEL RIO-
Depend On Bird
get thro\lih". achool-I love you suggestion of Win. Hurdle that a cll and hear detail of a proposed far
"I wa taken to dinner by that
always. federal law be passed making it a' WPA project for Installation of pit i "ACCUSED"Friday
I man you Introduced to me, He was
criminal offense to :
Mr. Fisher was superintendent use United toilets. '
Stele I'IIOMlln bribery, had been 100 cent solution of I quite gallant and remarked upon Saturdajr
of Dad County schools for II The only per : "
presented to>> the Miami and Miami my bird-like appetite. I Apr. 36. May 1
years, having been contluoualy reelected the problem would be an extension -
Hm-mt! He run an ostrich farm GEORGE BEIEN
to office until 1 36. whenhe Beach Lion whxar ready to work of the sewer system, which in South AtrIca.-TI'-SIta.
withdrew his candidacy In the I for its atata-wld endorsement to was thoroughly Investigated several la IAOCER"

midst of the Democratic primary the national congres month ago and found too READ THE WANT ADS "PARK AVENUE
campaign. He gave at his rea- Mr Flsk, who U deputy governorof costly In view of the engineering
von the belief that It yean I Florida Lion, reported also that difficulties Involved. Rue laid He

was long enough for any I Ii thought the construction: of 160

man to hold public office and that i James Morris of Miami, whose ,concrete flab toilet and about 30 I DR.B.F.STEBBINS

"new blood and new vigor would I| babyhood was spent In septic tank would,mwl the situation (Registered Optometrist :It year practice la Hemesteasl)
be good for the Dade County achool stead I to the satisfaction of the state I
We the cervices In Homestead
can now render you same our
ayatem. Uw \ simultaneously ,, Before coming to board of health. which had recent- !
Hom'-I office that you may get In our Miami office W* have equippedour
Jttmea.T. Wilson. the preaent su-;I Fisher! wa science : ---I II Homestead ,office with the latest of instruments, such at
P<<'I'lntencl.n'thn. principal of I I Monroe County High I ,, ... II Arneson Orthoptor. with which we can correct muscular Imbalance -

Miami Beach schools,. filed aa.: a i[Ky West, A 1J14-IS. His first II I I I and straighten trowed eyes
candidate lot.office, I teaching post was the year before GOOD GLASSES Rooms 0 and T. McCrory Arcade--Thunt 5:00: p. m. to ':00 p. m.
At tin Urn, Mr Fisher told I In the same capacity at St Peters Saturday night-7.39 to 10:00: p, m, Main offices Miami, 120f
W. Ftagler air conditioned. Phone 32319 and 2I19X Associate
j friends that he hoped to I burg. HI... born 14 year ago PROPERLY FITI'EDwill" Dr L. W. Stebbln,

continua In his work van In Indiana, but earner to Alachua I j Inirraham Bldj. with The Tumlln Clinic Room 416, phone
educator la some other C C *!County, Florida with hit parents 3IJ1J. Associate, Dr T A. Stebbins
pacltjf- and In some other field. jln 1138 His mother.tID live I Ii _..__. _H __ _. __ ______ _n_ _

Later however h. became connected there, After graduation from the ,

with an insurance agencyIn 1 University,of Florida Jn '1908, he 81' ..Ll.I ,8' i ii CLEAN and WHITEN TEETHwith
Miami( and was still Jn this work served 10 the PhlUiplne constabulary i Cale; the Oxygen tooth powder watch
at the lime of his death. It la laid sa a lieutenant, and before returning penetrates to UM kids crevices between theteeth.
that an' unrevealed part of tile : : the United1 State mad I i FROM STRAIN Ail? Pleasant lot 1nL Protects the guM
note addressed to his lall'li\1"x-\ I a trip the worldDIULA.BEKGEB' and la economical te as*. I

piessedjm conviction that his lifework I Ir 1 f DISCOMFORT: 4w TRY-CALOX AT OUR EXPENSE I

was over : i Perfect Vision : What Calo Will.do for your teeth la easily I
Mr Fisher leaves a third son. Foe demonstrated bjr Ton la yet V own horn at oar
Charles M Fisher Jr, who la a ConsultDr. I s XBens*. fill In the coupon with. youracme
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student at the University of Flor1daThe Dentist and and 1 mall It to us. You will '
rcle .. a teat caa of CALOX
pldctt child!: li Mrs.NEWT < Neuenschwander TOOTH POWDER, the powder Mate aad I

Dr. B. ConzaleiOPTOIETRISTS more people are swing every day.
3G N Krome Avenue
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FREE TRIAL COITON -mMJUsson -
Is; BALL
Upstairs A Room, IML, ?......il. C.n.

weary while I Seal M a U Vy trial et CALOX TOOTH POWDER M.. asps.ae w
fine IAK-HASCE &.SDgvelnRFJa Office Hours 8: ()-4:30 US Venetian ,Amsl Miami -I win try .U. .

( LtIm I OTKM EVEMKOI After Mar lei Hale,.. 'ANVr .) some. .. .. ,', ,

l *M t.gut ,
rove. .. Its w. A we" ''--. : at A (fM.trlgltJ.T,._ .. ...u.- .1' ...




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. Fridays, April 2'L937_ THfi T FAPFK ENTERPRISE Pan 1 "n



I[':Rockies ToMirtofCriiresCharged Driver Held I _SERMON.llu "J"*TOPICS ""."...' : ; .


, witn reckless' driving] BAPTIST tfttd'lf Electrolux I'' CLASSIFIED: ADS l i : I

. M Morning
Apr aeration:
bg speeding Walter Riley of Miami 1
Itow Can We Ifel l* In the ..- RATE: FIM Insertion 10* line; subsequent Insertioht
arrested. by King W. Parka
wits W .
\I depute. sheriff acalgnfd to traffic viral? ; evening sermon by The Modem Kerosene Refrigerator __ ..!-.Uae ---"c.-..._.. .
the Rev Harley Core of Sliver
e On the Federal hlth"lylINt
patrol, '
Palm who will speak on "A Operates far a Few Cents FOR SALE Two saddle bunosSUIIIon .
Ifovard and wa bottffd over FOR RENT
r to fiade jjiOuntir court" of crimes Study !. Unman Motives. : a day I and mare K. K. Clarke,

,e'r under ISO: bond at a preliminary' Apr. (6'- Opening of "'lIrt. FOR REST FvmMtod house tor I West end Coconut Palm Drive

U hearing before Peace Justice S. L. viral, the Kev J, a Slmmif Haa ff o Machines to summer or by year Apply A. a r D. Homestead (pM)

Kendrick lust Monday .. MiamiCHEISTIAV Nabors, Redland Cafe (daU) I

I FOR SALJB--Ripe oranges Umgerlnet -

i.d G R. Williams of Homestead la SCIENCE CHURCH Wear FOR UNT-I-room furnished 1 grapefruit try..... eggs

.f.f waiting trial before Judge Wayne Apr. tt ""' .-ael'lllCl. house. modern,.,Ill N. W. 14th > Dr. Shanklln drove, H mile

Allen of, the court of crimes on a ; topic "Probatlea. AlterDeatk. A single kerosene burner circulates street t. O Hall. (p.!3-M) i west of Florida City o)0-t/)

petty larceny charge arising from I ." the refrigerant which I I
produces -
r his failure to pay for two gallonsof i food-preserving colt and FOR RENT Nice cool furnied *- I FOR SALE 10-acre 20-vear-old

r gasoline bought horn the Un I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN freezes Ice cube and dessert. I apartment Private bath, grapefruit grow. 800 Marshseedless
.
.. derwood'' tilling station near I Apr. tt Reports. of Presbytery reasonable Ask at Western I trees 24 old Taylor\

D Princeton last Saturday i and PresbyterUI a* There i* no friction no noise, : Union. (m2 tf) ,I avocado trees, a few Persian

It William was arrested by Parka evening service Young pee no moving wearing; parts. I !' lime trees Holes blasted and

e and given a preliminary hearing 1 pie .f the church have seeend FOR SALEFOR made up for ITS tree. Tenant

''eo before Peace Justice 0 B. Sutton I I, night of. eoalesL Owners report this Ideal refrigerator I house. Give away price: cash
not only makes their I
at Coral Gables He wa released SALE Ford '29 Tudor. :[ down 11200; remainder, $900
.... work easier and their lives hap I
:0U tinder $30 bond. .wwwMw r Splendid condition, $76. Also 'ect.ralland bank mortgage payable

I I--. DLAND F. F. P. pier, but also saves enough to I table Philco radio, f,,. Adams, In 24 year Address Drove
for Itself
WPA Is Conducting By WUUe Btxley I pay I Redland road south of Silver I'I'I Owner, 'Box '21, Leader-Enter-

d o Classes for Women Here Own It .. Easy FBrchase rule I Palm. (pall prlae

-I /' Each year all of the Future See FOR SALE Tropical plants, citrus !! R. I. RED rJ\YJRS-LIv.: or dress.

I.. WPA homemaking classes are I Farm*. chapteri In Florida have : trees and tropical fruit In I ed. Free deliver In city Phone

v being conducted lit the Homestead tournaments In each of the six season Jungle Grove B3S-M MvKwen Poultry Plant

, FutureFarmer clubhouse on districts This Is 'to determinethe J. W. MAGINNIS road and Plummer 'Redla"1

Friday from 10 to 4 30 tat diamond ball II MISCELLANEOUSPIANO
.. I. nv : p mby team. at Its N. Kroma; Ave
t > 'Mrs Frances McCanrt, home I fiddler, harmonica soloist, vocal 30 ACRES with 600 feet frontageon I

economist 'Of WPA District Three quartet, public speaker and string Epmore drive and 660 feet TUNING an* repairing

y.d and heY assistants, Mr*. Florence band. The) winners in the tour I on Roberta road. Total price ,,, Good used piano for tale cneap.W .
t liS N. W
Walker instructor in gardening, nament then compete at the state I! LEGAL NOTICES I $400. H. A. Cameron, Home Keen JMEt

cIo Mr. Mae- 'Heacock, Instructor In convention__.. _..___. with__ ..__ the..._ winners At the'' I itead. (S23tf)
"0a handicraft, and Mrs Georgia Me- other districts The winners of I, of now ml II'4) n( Ik* kU MMta Swan WANTEDI
awarded the eat- '
Wto H
Clare, instructor In woodcraft In the state contest compete with the /1.A.> that will HM within five 46) t.tss..UM 1933 Ford V., coupe for sale; 1937 I WANTED Roadside

the woodwork course furniture is other state winners the southern Minuter darn .after written _N= b.lart / tag; good condition: $32*. E. M.
.w..rd, enter iota a wtha.a Trading Post, Gould (a23-4t)
made from discarded materials. region. The winners in this region ".-,.euw.s- d with. u. ClIP d H..mtmd. Froacher, Florida City, Tel 8004j .

Instruction la given. also In theHWWOeUny compete with the winners of P'\aridO. I. Aspd.nm with fM ....ri-d I I MONEY LENDERS I want to

1 of.tot* writ*b*: pre the other regions for the taationalchafnplonshlp. bid blubvr, read .M...tl....o.-hest ClIP .f HesMt So-to 'Rod ed. rho-.. j II FOR SALE -- Pullets ready to lay borrow $700 at 1% Interest. 'Con

asejJo laJtaodtCtt;3 J :, I Ida. among b one bundne ,... mat IIss141 1 AIM broiler tattcrlel I ShanKllnGi bibs good 'security. Communl-
........ .
*BV ryop* Is welcome I to Join this t Our state convention to In June ,,,01 One bidder SW solve.We withdraw life bid for a ; ve. (pa2U fate through P. O Box UM!,

,IM, -\t- *<,, .1"oleObserve Our district tournament la sometime Par.... of thirty toot days stwr. the .... Homestead, Fla. (po:!!)
far the ap.nlua thereof..wllaala' t| Owner Is most desirous of selling
In the month of My
'I .' wtl red MM them i il
Mission One of our first diamond ball 'ens lbw' kM Med ..... ....*. ****<* -room, frame house, all modernImprovements WANTED TO BUY, -Sugar c cane

for the ''ode.s and KMtr Gems lit.TWM) fur with a great quart- mangoes, all kind of tropical
: } practice games tournamentwas ...': ki* mil;"". a i: tity of substantial furniture
"AAWIveraryToday! played with the Homestead TW ..: ..IJ kM*. will W rosier. .1 i!: all bed linen and table Imens a fruit and produce S Rosen T

diamond ball team last Monday. I....... at bib .... MPMIM WorkiwxMi : ; E.: USlh street New York Oty
Came_time ._.. rustle U.I>IIUrImmiM wonderfully: comfortable home
.. 1*, ..*Haaieatead Methodist Apr. 12, on our diamond. .d ?P'o'ny Deposits oil Mb. I II ,This Is offered at (2200 Make an I WANTED TO BUY IO 15

'hwntb'...viJfojphHiodaywitfalh' Ia> the first .Inning Homestead I stood.bed to norUnAll the appears. tl the CIW .* Bw. I)offer either for cash or on terms .ere. of combination land,. Inwell

ei Mthoc1'tcburchet' started "going to town. This kept, ward ARM k* time In *.....* which you can meet electricity
! I lSu) t the Uritiett States' tfrlitynlnth i ,Mlk piss ... aant..d dao..M 1010 It A. CAMERON developed section
4-0. Red-
up until the score was .... .... .1 .
tTlq the tire tbwute whMb soy be / at Phone 7J H.e aestead. Fla. available. Give full par.tlculan.
vgreytg' eni and began to gain on funs The /.efbo of the City Clash me ow City of H.Ow.sued. to
.r \} ..t4 the,.MUlnK of the of the and tuck I I am prepared pay
rest was nip
game PURE: GROVE HONEY
-heavy,
..
Inn rl" A ;. -luck 'Ior"I from \K to H cash for the right
a until the test Inning. The findscore !lor delicious. Bring container.
upper will be served in the Sun. 1-7 In Badlands favor Dull. ......., I. took or anaar -, your sort of land Perfect title eicpected. -
wan lor ook art of ..... km *>llara liiaaoi' Honest quarts. 39 cents. The O L. Randolph UT W. Calendar
/J hl 3>aOdlhg *t I p clockVfW'clMIr .- I In the fvealng the member held will ka nf mM Open PMiura tt lain plum I II I Sage Grove Kings Highway, Ave Illinois.pa .
LaGrange
1 : trW Rev J. O Hanes, heir regular meeting, and a must ,!,.d ..Mead d.sa.a.ma to aid OMMlltMawtihl ,
of
east Krome ave J29UT)
w lilt psjf14'apeak. At 9 I I u* (Id) item after UM award .1 ( 80)
cal program was enjoyed the Miitnwl llMMforTM .
'F14it !t,!!>1 ta'hs'oT radio hook-up Plans were made also for our '' *! Cmilraotar ..< all WxmMofcin | 0"
....11 par labor not |.. the the pmnlllMwmmm I LEGAL NOTICE WANTEDWANT
'tl\JI! \ butch, Bishop Arthur J.
annual father and son banquet to Mae tor the Ifmlltv wk.r. tlM w.rkk -- ----- -
-4ltnt 'IankSmith will betetlon be held Thursday June 29 lo W ..... .......... ...... MlnlmuiK rMnkoliw ilorroom
on NOTICE or "'" ,rATION FOB TAX TO BUY 't
.
bass ....._,. .. kr the City Cwmll I
'fP Ig"etotting ,A UM CUr .. H,--. Florida I prep j. house In Homestead. Good condition -
...
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1 I _._. Roaoto nil tan
MRS PARMANS FATHER DIES The City tl H riorliw. .irr.iUM NOTICE IB HF.IIP.HT: CIVIC that c A Box HIM, LeaderEnterprise -

,-T .., ,?- _.. ,{ will continue Mr. and Mrs Clarence J. Par- I. rlkl M njMt to wtln any end.r.II'1oo.11 M mf' kMM .....11.... .holder, of stow .... Curate "' (p2S

iturday night and Sunday mornig man left Wednesday for Toledo, CITY OF. HOMESTCAO rtORlDABr I 1 Cartmralo. A.)D... INI 1.I HUM ism koarj ffloj...MUM and day la oAarat .,,

ltd Sunday night with Evaneltot 0., on receipt of news that MrsParmans R April E EOmnta II 1WT. ClarkDate I ..-. s.4 .... MOIM ....,..-..... for a '..1 LEGAL NOTICES ,
J. VHanferof( I Apr la IIarcruL .. I dead to ko Mind UwroM. SaM Corllfl.OM
father C. A. Elton of
o.w sob.. .UM foltowrM oo>rrlkr l .
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Uabama ddlmj the Blrmin'h.m.1 I ...... IN Till rot> NTT UIMRH TOI IN
that city had died early that morn- TAX WHDOI DISTRICT noi. I, property etc J.0Iu. tt Suit ofReIdqfet I I AND FOR r>At>K rorNTT FLORIDA
luch Interest I* log .. DAi>r roi'NTT. FIORI 14. Klnlla IN ITtrIN ;
; CSNMAU KKFIKDINU BONDS BMdl t, Oaral atollw Cr.lt. r'wi-g.: '
M'aM sa IUHN V THUMP
services 1 Mr Elton who was ?8. bad been _.... bids will kt tw lv..l imttt .... 'Insp. Copts Mat B antis.
cordial...Invitation Ir extended W for several weeks Mr. and j.......... .. m.. April, M tit low Ito Pace ok la ot Baj* of I !"Mu! ITION TO MUll Al,
'0. \ ]tt P' MI. J.drmsaav Jar Dada CmMr I' MarMa.Tar FtNAI OIWHAROKNmtn
Mrs Parman are expected to return I .I'1 OMMainrnt of sold prnpnrty inHor
1 Pfarkh. .In w. at Uw uwtorrtinrt M M.'off .. hereby siren. hat I kar flklmr
fir" '
Wednesday ta norkta, for INS fnltowhw.kM the Mid rortlflrat* bound waa M tlM naM. .
Mteml .
to Homestead next final report and i .Ii Kti for Final IHikara
of lank BaanUaMM
Committee K.: of SWMM .T. IWvMl BtolrM No. :i ."cd half hr rM. a' AMI lary Euvurrla of She A-
0. rrrtlflmr end
s It .* Doil. towilr. riorMii dated Mlf i. oWoaiMl ..4 +
.. I taw rf J"hn W TlKTiun
.... .......1.. to Uw the pr.perty ... .,hr4tk.rr4n ,
M ..
that the 1/1" day f Apr IM. I II
.. or
,
Bill I /l.Wts.fwdIal.4ss at 00Ma fII prllet will raM lo The kHj> M bMrfrr .
.., IIold! Dither nt the P..tin.kolMr door .m the first U .a'ihy )I MIr in h. M' wr. 1, W f Bhal ..
wn.Wanhlngton. <.",""-- ... F. F. A. to .. .. Judi. .,( "HH, --tr., Florida I. rmir
at.: In If month I iunt. 1W7. whl I.
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IW rMbirtaw .
oMWMl il4MaBond* ,
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and too fl.1r
i.al if raid fir. rt
D. c.. April 22 Son Banquet TuesdayThe antMllr. W.slM low a I Mo .'"4 NsW the. 11b day of I.... IMT iHivkan< A./II... n r ,.. olrlt af UwRotato
*
1 D5trd this I S day ,
IMT. all InrlwMlIltmiwiliw
Representative J. Mark Wilcox of lai to I't of John W Thumd.Mad
..... a. ATIIFHM \NClrrk I, .
(
'Ion IIIWOi .1 And This >7th d. ..( M.,. hHI I"S,.
,
Florida one of the spdnaori of the Homestead chapter of Future .torMt IM And N II payable ,In Now York : of (1..1 t'nurl.,, 'HMA I THI1I11""N.A. .
bill to prevent profiteering In Farmer of America will hold Mr ; pnlionlo.ld..... bonds iwnbl.frttm .... Da IT .> Mr. 'I H.U I 1 An,.(llnr, hr '.. .1111 I of 'h Irr1st. v
Circuit Court
!.. to IK U-vloJ. m"nII .. Jnhn i r- Ih.nn.on. .. .... ., ,
time of wnr, announced that his My It JAMKS D r
lU annual father and son banquet Uiablo proorrlr Ilarlsilns basso w IfIIII rot Nrn' '
$Commute has reported the mea- at their clubhouse on Krome avenue .okmh within tr nuiHrt tko hands will I (Apr le. tl 41. V., .1 All >'.r)' fie .\.11I., y '........ .
be doI'.1 I. 1..11_... 0.twesn May
I I la. IS. M)
lure Tuesday evening at 7:JO 81. 111I'I' and. ............. I. 1117It ....b NOTICE | ( April :.!:.. :_ ,

The bill Is designee to put an clock sass fe aa4 at Mick IMM M war k> NOTItr IS HKRKIIY: UIVrN: that ,... IM THR I c t'NTV ji nan COURT IM I
OSTOM .t t..Rh the r1rrb..w nr n past .. AND row DARE tit'NTV. FLORIDA
end to in time RoaN I f C.a.nl..Ionr. will
of
profiteering C..t ro.
warWllcox .
k> Uw ru4 ruins Intructlon vii .m1
I 1 IN rnr> Tr
said In discussing the proposal. ,Icr.. .! platy, i purrkaorr* : :r.wI1.!; j bids crlWd for progeny the nurrkia. "f the M .... VISTA n Of' JAMM A. ROPKR

There Is Sues ;SPOT rkokr Tko West Half 1W It of hr H .nh DooaaaodkOTtCK. ,
widespreadbelief .. '.
All kulxki will l>nr II m interest ralo : nr INT..1'IIIN Tn MAKK AIU.U4
: 5d hill all VIA seas .......... : Met Quarter IHW l of North.
that wars precipitatedby 1 eathe ... .. n4 not I iii'; In A awlilpw of 14 i', wed Quartet W'.i, SorUon II, FIE FINAL DIICHA101. ,
<
those SAFE fund | of I'M U W wotlfW la tko oMi ,or... I /H0feON hereby 4,1.,' th.t 1 M.. 11.1
who desire to make Township it Sojtk. lUo M F. .Reastalatne
money e""T..allEt''I'I Ikorxfc. TIle award uf UM koMo will kraM .*. Seal ..cart ...1 petition far Piano i ias
fut of them This may or may I I not be true I .J1 to UM kUtdor auklna UMkU meet ad..ntaneaaI ,I war a -.Nwr. d.twa.d ed that m IMMnh
he said "but It is RWwnl a..dwAN
:
ufa >
... $ :-- I wkvk will ko determined: kp tko HnonlIn ; ..... to ko filed' with ran Clor of UMRooio day .t Apell: Cat"711 apply M the ;
-that in every war there are I. lu kMloti' aced WMMirrnlM 4Mrrolloo 1, ) of county CoannMUMira do or 1146tow :I I/om+eabl. W. Cw.'e J.lae 7
thousands who. I Tko applwrlM owlirt ot MooBlkrli .ad I IMKrk.ll A. M April ST, IMTTM .f c..t,. FIRM". for a-4 '
: of men give their New York CKy will ka lnrnblMd |I Ii I4iat of OiMfabMoaan .1 she Cleat ....n sad for final .Isis,.. !
lives and thousand! of others who II' THE DIXIE DRUG w nisei.-,. i board Ika light Coanry to M,.rt .., tt all MakB. n.arm. I me 1-: ., ..... ada i <
..
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I Rhkj kr la M1o4 oaMfcnM .
semi a .
are Incapacitated for life while The Rerun Store tt.oe FTipinal for amado Oh.trot R ICATHFRMAN (Clerk I Ir 4.64..d., .. !

others freaks enormous profits from I IlemesUad -' Florida No. t": Red kr WMMpaiiM ky .I| By W. K. NORTON Apr. n. '.r|l. 11'1 I,I jrssm A. noryR
the kale'of munitions and from oortlfM Met aoa an liiiiiiiloli book I A. fttutr ., lk. Cotab ., itmttA
exhorblUnt -
I
-a S...t a. '* whmadiiMta11y'M I tVipar prices charged for the ,, LEGAL NOTICES I the .*r"i"lJ>. rL.ra- for !-' of .... w.lII' M I
n-nnnl of aoaaa bid for. which kor* will Buy Hone Allans far laamtor.
necessities-of II,.. We don't a
want .
.. ."....'
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I CALL FOR BIDS ... 4",1.15.4 b MM Distort tt ,April I I. 14 II aoahraH .
war and we are doing everythlrlgwe I rrrr or itouiMTKAn M brines ...- the ..... Buy Grove Land; I INOTICI
!1 ..AIB CoVNtT FLORID Now be Swooned I. Uoo .w.5 d the I It
can to prevent war but in case I,I oaM. kioa will .. to-.w kp rka CUP earl assess pf 100 t.r_ Of his ..... Tk If....... N ......... a/vM that Moado. .
war combs we intend to prevent I LCamrU of UM I Ity of NomoMoail. rinrMa." M.w..t Buy Glade LandIt will ... T.M4ay. Awrll ft. IM1. apip *- '
1""T 1awMary I
the aqcuroulatlon of large fortunes .p to S .dwk p m. K R. T April tl. IMT wILsoN. to the 11..or.d.lp Won W. TraMmolMM S
I 10& which MM aa4 akw* pll.kMa m..lud .t plred ., Pebio. low-ruse b my firm belief that hither of UM JwftPM. of Iko cereals Own 'rf
out SAf.: var condition [ Mil W ptkllrly opwM a4 wood sisal fee !1 ,,,.... le. tae price are Imminent.Don 1 the EloOMitk JuaMtlal ClrTOH la and for J
, The measure provide far rooblliMtion -1 jfaraMrln* aH autMrl.li. labor oad t4 Gnamy Tlar des, al the Coan; HMMIII
: !
j NOTICE "I quibble about price. \ kHi.), j
,, of man power and Industry POWER LIN1 111.OY", NT. !' Motto k VMW vireo that Uw aiMVrofeoo Dont wait u.r'.Q,1: ,
and the fixing of maximum prices AND o4TFII syrrrTRM ARTrra.M I win Mlr.da6 Mil M UM SIOMIIo..y. A"'iTANCOC'It., a isle ..tti, kor. wFebruary I
I' RPAATIC1'LARS.Y KNOWN .. '"< tko |pck>_ of the ouw ofM Boy a... IS. IM4,.M. mid rWM I- h.. '
during.** \lt also provides for 1 Aa P. w. A. DICKEY I..T.P' WWO ...d the ...._ pf MM thank INo to ty are sad tvote* III tic _
I rf System ot taxation to absorb nil Amy W .deal _apa./tld lissw MI.a1 pmoh. s..gdi.e T..,. aa* for this saggestiM I ireal.
see dota w :'J' rs.4'Ielt.. .eh. ..:=. d .514 -a lev moniba bmce. au4: Ikv lUk will....*. A D
KCCSI.war. prortt*. E.cb had u.l: t = w m..M/psliy .... s.mIee tba ...- 1 .
1 y jCongreiuknuil 1 ; eaders* have prr !- bovot"I" by the "' if"on ......... ......... II. A. Cameron II CECIL IIANCOCIlACDA. j jfa.
:rt beNawe :.w"
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Tosll N : '. ttR.i.JhfJJ. I ., JIANCW
.rt.wA6..a-6riy .rl..Ills BBL a. "ItertVtd.Meet w tW bane W doe _, ;;;;.,:,; ,? '. '\tEJ/4Jtw""T1 .. u AM t *, M. \. j jis
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Paw Twelve THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday April 28..19WHARTMAN ,,'

"".""' "' """" "'''""'''ill ''"'''''''''''1''''''''''''''''''''',"'' """'"'''''''''''' 1" "'''''''''' "' ''''''''''''':''''''''''' '' rn,''II";"
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U110 CmOmtft than Page Two) Del-Monte White Certified Dill
inn>il and Henrietta Ha1oHe. -
ram.. ww educated ill the Nashville Yellow
pubtJt schools receiving his I /
r M. D. from Vanderbilt University A
Ht did two years' postgraduatework
at the Jefferson Medical "
School In Philadelphia,serving ont CORN w eGe6aG
year U an Intern at Randal bland, 11 ICKLESw
N. Y., and one year In St Louis,:
Mo. He engaged In private practice -
In Nashville for I number of
years, moving to Homeitead Fla.,I .

make even hit years home.ago to practice and I No. 2 can -.oolSc IV. and Sate Specials qt. .. .. .19c.
During the tint year of the
World War, Or Hartman went to ,
Austria where be was a Red Cross KfUOrr' AJl.Good Cereal Dish FREE Favorite
surgeon until It IS,when all Americans with'CORNFLAKES
were ordered to leave Aus- r

be tria."Upon was sent his to return the Mexican from Austria border PEACHES Wheaties DOG FOOD :
u a captain In the U a Medical
Corps being attached to the First
Tennessee Ambulance Corps. Upon

Into the the entry World of War the,United Dr Hartman States 2 pkgs. .. .. ISc No.2% can ..18c 2 pkgs. ub... 2Sc 1lb.can.........- Sc '
was tent overseas with the Rain
bow DIvUion At the conclusion HANDY PACK HEINZ .Can Golden Ripe
the he made
of
war was sanitary
inspector for the entire American CHILI CON CARNE ..__ .. 2Oc
Army of Occupation with headquarters
at Cobltns, Germany, COCA COLAS LB. Bananas
with the title of major BULK.
"He served as commander of
the American legion In Nashville
Insect Powders.29c
and was a member of the Veteransof
Foreign Wars, the Forty and 6 for "....... 25c
tight: Club, the Elks and the 3lbs. .13c
Zaglet: Hit professional affiliations C'ElnnEb .......
were With the Tennessee Medical (plus bottle deposit IMITATION .

Society and,. the the Southern American Medical MedicalSociety. Society VANILLA, 8 01. Jug .........-- tSc Jonquil Orange Pekoe

ANY BRAND
"He was an active member oi BULK 5 LnS.
the Vine Street Temple while making -

Helen'Surviving hit Heilbroun home in are Nashville.Hartman hit wife, ,and Mrs.a MILK SUGAR .. Z8c TEA

daughter, Mist Henrietta Hartmanof
Homestead Fla.; hit sister, Mrs.
Juliet Burk:; and his brothers, Ike, FRESH VROUND 1/21b. pkg. oo :.. 25c

Arnold, all, Lewis of Nashville and victor"' Hartman 3 tall cans ...21c COFFEE. per lb. .......... ..... 21c .

Sunbeam
CASH SALE ru West DRIED 2 LBS. Assorted. Flavors

ATTENTION MEV Beans 15c : .
r,.',. cordially Invited to visit' I Cranberry JELL
my store en SaL, April U. 1937 FRESH PRUNES
and see the prices I have onevery .
Item In my store I am ,
giving up business f. food In .. '
Florida City I ICEBERG FANCY. 3 P k gs. .. h .. 14c
Florida City Soda N o.?V2 can ..t5c

M. B.Fountain Sllvennan, Prep. RED BLISS NEW LETIU CELERY Sunbeam Assorted


BEE TUB NEW POTATOES PICKLES

KELVINATORBinUGEXATOB 1g. head ..... IOe lgo bunch.... lOe '.

10 oz.jar .. .'tOe
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StrombergCarlsonRadios 5Ibs. ..n..n 1ge BREAD AND 5IITTEIt: ua

PICKLES .. :l7c Western Round

FRESH GROUND .
Roper Gas Ranges .
E N LAD?

ALL ON DEMONSTRATION HAMBURGER SALAD DRESSING, qt ........ 25c STEAKS

NATURQLGAS
/'r OSCEOLA

ln>tlUe."street I lb. ......._.. l8c PEA 2cans 27c Ib: .......... 25c
Virgil>>.1..70..ld

11.1..7"1 LOCAL SUPER SUDS, 3 pkgs. .............. 25c Fun Cream. ,


Let Us FRYERS BANQUET LIL CHEESE .


RejuvenateYour Sliced Bacon 35c
Car
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lb. .......... 35c lb. .......... Uc
Woodwork

t Body, Fender Repairs ."Swilt' Circle S WESTERN Country non COllntrr'RoD .
Tops and Trimming I
1. Seat CorernJttfsPairtSinp '

Painting PICICllAJ; i CHOCKKOAST ..SAUSAGE .1UTIF1

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.M N.MMKMK AY*. 1 JIJ. .......... 24c 1.. ...........- 22c It. .......... 25c IJ.! ......._ _;. ,
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