The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00122
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: April 30, 1937
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00122
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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SPONSORS- OF I Chamber of Commerce Votes to Fight WITH AL CAVES IN CHARGE

I Threatened 2 per Cent Sales Tax LevyThe

5TEAMSMEETPLAN Redland District Chamber of waging an active campaign In her TIll WEATHER Committee Acts as City
Commerce will go on record as territory against the proposed legislation a..rt.eae o51.tal re.iher st.wa...toes H.e.-d t the 8.':1.1, I Assures Additional
definitely opposing the two per which will be known In I
Date 'Max! Bar.IRa"1" Financial AidCONSOLIDATE
ant general tales Ux, with an added the senate aa the Gulls bill
= April I 81 | 01
LEAGUE rider of one and one-half percent the house of representatives April 2: .1| 17 I! 84 :,,29:Ml 1.2'1 I -
proposed In Christie bilLHamed FUNDSIN
on gross receipts April M I 1S'80' |
a bill now being groomed for Introduction by George W.Turner,Jr, April 2s.1| la t H7 99.U EXPENSE DEPOSIT
4h''f Play'to In the state legislature during chamber president, as a committee April 27 .1| II |'III 29.97'
Urge Register the closing day of the nation. to draft the protest resolutionwere April 21 | (4 I 97 29.90, E'ineer ,
With Secretary W. Adoption of A resolution against A. R. Livingston, Mr Frank April 29 I ,,71 29991; I I[Plans of Call
T. McConnell passage of the bill followed .an Iln and Paul Reynolds This com for 30 Inches of
i I earnest talk by Mn Cecile Barry; mittee also will aid Mrs. Barry In Concrete
L of Miami, who was Introduced by the circulation of antt-. lea tax KAVANAUGH MAY
TO DIVVY UP 'tALENT P. J. Franklin at a membership petitions In this area and will arrange -
FOR MATCHED TEAMS meeting"! / ef'the chamber Wednesday a public meeting,, probablyIn I Councilman Frank B, Rue head 7
night a*the daughter of County American>lion park, where BUILD HOME IN an executive council elected by
the effect of the bill the
Commissioner Cecil Turner upon
Even Break at Winning tin. Barry chairman of the-antl- small salaried consumer will be DISTRICTAjfdrew the general swimming pool committee -

To Be Given All Six :'sales tax group In Dade. Browafti explained capable speaker THIS Wednesday afternoon to
i, Teams I and Palm Beach counties. She la Reporting for the committee on ,start Immediate: work on repairingthe
better traffic regulations on Red- floor of the municipal swimming
land District roads, W P. Cash J, Kavanaugh, '
tank and to posh the lob to
: Diamond bargain** by May 13, MERGED CO-QP.( ISINSTATIINuiE'W Aid the result s.e recent con'. ot ijtebttc safety and ttorfe : : Mm:
t> the'hope'ofMa group, of proectlv *- fereno* "v'niJJ ....ytl! qp tmlwigi t1keedei7ibd' : f\h.currerit .= completion And machinery
; rtem t: SmIIt'PNo11M < efMtmttlfplesaaa. lire ... Jp4e i I
< erlhetrfep'Ilesentativ"
f tponijor ( weiVMnry satisfactory; aid The other member ot the exouUvt !-
}What filet Wednesday = that full co-operation from' the "....ndld record of council ale' Chaj J. Ca-,
at the Brooker Lumber Co. store' board may be expected. It ts I meat bribe Interests of
IACHINEIlY.MNOw I treasurer, and Ben Archer, rtmir-
for the purpose ef getting a dia- now proposed to establish lights at forcement In Cede
man of the general committee
conclusion of pool
snond.ball league organized for the -r 24 road intersections IB South, an
Florida Avoeido and Persian Dade Ai now planned three' dress on police methods and Mr Rue will be the directing -
approaching stuumer season Lure Growers,emerging from, lights will be placed at Kendall lems before! a large P..I head of the project Albert
Present at the meeting were consolidation ol *tV-old Florida 1 one at Howard. one at Rockdale,' Redlund District Lions and Caves who has been m charge of
JCdctie Saunderai, for Tivi aler Avocado"Grower* i and (Continued on Page Twelve I guests at the Ladies' Night 1
Harry Hlner tat Goulds: Henry the embryo car; Growers 1 slon of the club Tuesday I the building ofnany county

Brooker. forBrooker Lumber Ce., Association at n mass meetingof The motion was offered by Ge*, bridges over canal and ditches In
the combined groups but Friday -! MAY DAY DANCEIS L. Swan who lauded the MIami this district, will be foreman If
W. T. McConnell tot V. D. Borne
entered upon IU career earl) official for his successful attempt the pool repair Hr wilt Inflow
Co.; Stanley; Wittlcop for Burton's. this week with more orders on 1 to prevent Miami from becoming plans and specifications furnishedby
Department Store.' hand than It can tilt and a rising FULL BENEFIT "the meets of the under the county engineer's office.A .

This Jeaves only; one team' set market for limes that nettedmembers world. In the event unscrupulous total of 1803 raised. to date by .'
of the bat association opponent managed to win the: the committee through dances
to be sponsored In the event of FOR POOL FUNDA pool ,
pool M.4$ lor 4 bushel box weighing argument Lion Swan expressedthe entertainments and donations, will
e ilx-team league, knd although:
8} pounds.New with of the club that Kara- be deposited in a checking alit
several possible' sponsor were discussed machinery; designed especially pott-aerie dance for the naugh would carry out a declared at the First National Bank of
no one waa there who could fur the sizing, and Intention at building a
I grading swimming pool fund, inspired by permanent Homestead and the county and
peak tor them, ab cojnpVstio $f of lime,to installed I home In the Redland District
i polishing being an offer of free music by the Pink city will be requested to deposit
the league was left until the next I' to supplement the avocado Elephants: popular local orchestra I Mr Kavsnaugb reviewed b?id. their promised contribution of
meeting which will beheld next packing equipment and to completethe which has been playing for the ly his experiences In various Euro- $SOO each in this fund also Check
Wednesday night at the same I' facilities of the plant for pool benefits, will be given by the (Continued On Fag Four) In payment of material and labor
place handling the field products Of its pool dance committee at the Homestead must be ilgped; by the treasurerand
At the meeting this week it was grower enembers.According Country; Club tomorrow one other member of the committee -
urged that to request be made that I to C. O l, Calderwood night. OWNERS' AGREE ,
an interested in playing register manager of the new co-operative j It will be a May-Day dance, and The repairing of the tool will
with Mr. McConnell, secretaryand I I the present output of limes, drawn plans[ are being made to erect a coat somewhere between $2,000:!
treasurer of the league In order frc'm a)lmlUd supply of early fruit May pole in the center of the ball TO SANITATION and 13,000, according to the
that an equitable distribution of' that does not begin to fill the demand room, with streamers to be wouns amount of water encountered when )
talent may be made This Invitation I u averaging about 80 bushels round It In a grand march by the PROJECTOFCITY pouring of the concrete into the
Mr. McConnell emphasize I'I dally I Mr Calderwood said dancers. excavated portion of the floor Is .
d extended to all the boys In the yesterday that he would advise The loving cup offered a* a I started. The committee voted In I
Redland District from Gouldoath. / lime growers disposing of their ,grand prize by the Redlund DU-i Called together to dcuss freely favor of starting UM work after
Team managers will be i (Continued On Page Four) < (Continued on Page Twelve' ,the vitally important question of the city council Friday night agreed
appointed at the next meeting/ and
Improving sanitary conditkms in Informally to see that no halt occurs -
they In turn will get-together and the negro section of Homestead tlarge In constrectlofi due to finances ,
.,ranello"" to distribute the talent 99 Per Cent Attendance and Low Tardy of ;
;, delegation property owners while the committee proceeds
to that each team will have an white and colored, 'voiced with Its future program of
even break; to win. | Average Fe New School Schedule,complete accord with the council's raising fund for the project ;
The sponsors present Wednesday
state-enforced betterment program -
Tie latest plan call tor a Jt-
night were told that the municipal Die best attendance to-thm-day, Mr. Sonvners said i| at a mall meeting in the city inch thickness of concrete at the 1
diamond would be in shape by I month has been experienced by Pupils no longer have the "do- hall Monday night of the low
deepest portion pool'
MayMr and that!:' the city; would the Komete and Florida City Ing time" attitude but show a'' la opening 'the session J. t. section. I
have a new transformer for the school since the T.30: to-1:li day spirit of application and enthus, Burton, council president, said it
flood light by that time. light saving schedule experiment lass 'was called to decide upon' the
"Each sponsor ot a team wilt be wax started Monday: 'of ttii*'_'. Asked In assembly U they wanted cheapest way out of e difficult route comA :,
put to an expense of approximate! wterda/a attendance WM almost to return,to the old 139: to 3.M situation. "The state board of the equal to a rte-for-aU
ly $100 for purchase of suite end M per cent perfect Principal> L. schedule, the student body returned health will no longer tolerate halfway argument In the negro section
equipment needed" Mr. ,McCoa- B. Sonuner said. a solid and empliatlo 'Nol"! measures In regard to sanitation Saturday night, in which an axe,
Bell said yesterday "Tmoee Interested roar pupil were tardy on the/ -with only two exception ," he'said. "We must respond flat, several empty bottle and
in diamond bait ttould come Not day that school work began The present experiment, made adequately the sUtes demandor the disputed ownership of a package
forward with a fettle financial aid, an hour earlier than theretofore with the Idea of increasing the efficiency lace the consequences of the of ciga/ette. figured .imminently.
for five or six business firms in an let out an hour and 13 jninutes ot both pupil and teachers next Inspection". Blanch Pordaon John -I
this' section should not be expected earlier In the afternoon Then nave w..-teeD this week a* possibly Mayer Ton Harris' reviewed recent Bird, J:. Ilamtn, John Wiley MdE. '
to bear an Ole burden to addition "bean only three tardier on each of the last of Mr. Scunners' many visits ot,board of health :. Kelly: drew sentence of f 5 or
to team expense, there ant ball the three succeeding day move to Improve the scholastic specters following an alarming out six days In Jail when arraigned be
and bate to buy and the ,diamond The average under the old schedule standards of the school be baa break of Illness and death IK the. fore Mayor Tom Harris in municipal .

to keep tip." i i4r 'V, was 10 to IS tardy pupil a (Continued on Page Seven) (Continued on Page Five) Court Monday night !;

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PMT .o THE LEADER ENTERPRME Friday, April I 30, 117
-ed the oivoaa- Association other member of Atrs.A. Raab of Redland
SCOUTS TO susteiH included I which are: WIBJoaa Muastrwhtt*, G. Wins ned

......., shoal board IIIHI H. L Cook of HomestadQorf From. Home-Garden
Award Magazine l
?]MOVIE .. +iwwio. a..j.ow, Camper- and Frank Me-
....... and It. 8..Crlmmon *f GouM. sad H. L Cm -
spMksjiC to-1'land V. T. A.tr of MiaMI. I Cs Moines. Apr. tt-urs. A. O led this Ah flatly trms.I .
I ... of Homestead. Fla.. has
.H Rub Just
a"'SdIooI.j] Work sheet continue t* com in can tomato soup '
keynote I{j I slowly. Mr. Steffani said despots been awarded a certificate of recipe Vt teaspoon flavoring
The Future Farmer the fact that a last minute rush endorsement by Better Homes 4-< eggs
Proceeds to Buy lay J T. GoctwIa.I!I may mean that some application it Garden far her recipe tomato 1 cup grated sharp cheese
Truck; A. 0. _with Ice cream!i will be too Ute to receive conaideration. rabbit 2 tablespoon butter
.* served by tilt[ Although tile program I I i Thia certificate which brings ; Place tomato soup in baking elicit
WPA sewing project,, national recognition Mrs. Raab and add flavoring. Carefully break]
Homestead Boy Seoul I' In the I pubbetty! .,,to given by Better Home Jt Car. into the soup the whole eggs add
la their troop truck ,representing a largge acreage, fall dens only to distinguished recipes one for each serving,sprinkle wtfhj
which its tasting-test kitchen's 1 cheese, and dot with butter
Sable where they will ed to benefit from the government pas Bat
night returning allowances: through oversight or high standard for dependability In hot oven (MO degrees) untoj
companying them will WEEKS I delay and were not Included In the excellence of taste and family cheese I a golden brown and egg:
A. A. Koeitline, their cash distribution of mane S3S.OOO usefulness., I are cooked to the desired degree;
scoutmaster and A. O. FILING [which participation la th* ItMi I i In addition to the signed certificate. -
hM agreed to become: I,program brought to Dade County ,;, Mrs. Raab also received six Federal Music Teacher ,
at the tint meeting ol ''I' At meeting of fruit grower in copies of her endorsed recipe each
fa May \ { SHEETS| Naranja last Friday the objective bearing th* Better Home tt Car- Desires to Teach lIere?
the program a* pertaining to,dens stamp of recipe endorsement'
Th Sable
trip to Cape
possible by donation ( ) ,10._ were outlined by Mr. Stef which she I ill giving to her friends.In Mrs. Alice Ruth Whitney
business men toward the weeks remain for, Consistent Improvement In- awarding these certificates, It Miami federal mutic teacher desires
cl a license tag this fruit and vegetable 1 stead of depletion of the soil by.i* the magazine' aim to provide to conduct: classes here orifl
advantage of the'' Saturday afternoons for children!
subscription were [burning or other unsound methods, i proper recognition for the creative
Mr. Cain who with )fr. conservation pro*'was the baa olIN five-year plea.work don by women In their own whoa parents can not afford t*|
contributed the balance cash benefit which 1 be laid.I !kitchens and also to nile the pay She hope, however 'that!
ceded after a casual : with a few Grove owners are entitled to alk ,'standard of accuracy and dependability some local organization will apoo.
practice de sot the work and pay the dollar]
of recipe whole
a a
Tb truck need three >wance* of II an acre for turning
growth of future far will
bus! she require for <
which will cost $41 or $ *. under natural growth or "green Mrs. leaeo' enooned recipe follows -
Scouta Saturday night at 'jnanur" and an additional 65 I 1 1i : trip.
will present a program application receiving hat ;i cent an acre for p&antinlaleaum- TOMATO RABBIT Mrs. Whitney ha recently <
motion picture at the 20 to mou* cover crop, such as sesbania I Following a joyful New Veer's pleted a coarse of tralnlnr School I according etc. The actual methods and to prepared to 1wKI'.'
erotolaria ,
Cooper ttecl this week space I program, furnished I StePani. occupied by tree is deducted from t a 30-mile drive famished. Makinga as many as 40 pupil, Adults
courtesy of Cba T "from II.county O. CaT-ag-1'the sues *f the grow in the Gels ; raid on the pantry shelf, w*found\f ion children, in the three hour .a
president of ruche Baling of tile state soil'survey which follow filing of the I If hand such staple as soups,eggs week; she will spend here U 1
consist of a huM Newt association, and from f work sheet Vegetable,....* I c cheese etc Right then these foods i sponsor I II found.WANT .
.Jrg sensational Ohio vice-director of the'may obtain payment up to SIM were assembled and found so tasty
a comedy and a feature service at'tan acre for practicing similar methods i and satisfying that w.have repeat ADS PAY
nominal admission Mr Steffani explained.
into the tire fund. expedite: the filing
Mr Koestlin; II ntIriII by bal grower I "Last night spoke to ever 5000
troop committee other niter the return people at tile local auditorium."
which have been trip to Cub af I "What did you say to them":. !
follow Or i A. Smith chairman of I I "Ptanuta, popcorn and chewing: I
field W. E Rheney < !, Soil Conservation gumi" I eU EC'I rf '
Frict George N. .
Redd:! and Ben Archer '
Froacher ha been f

tutant seoutmastenFATHER Used Trucks


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Fieeisks'r :
Ton Truck ....-.__........__ ....... ..:. ....$ 75.00

; HOMESTEAD : Pick-op; rood tires paint 22109 i3 y t Ali +Ei.ECTj c .

Truck...-............................... 8100
"It M a pleasure to be
given by the best II : 15r D W cab and body_ 330.00: loo home need t* without the luxury and eoavess |
slat*. whoa adviser la the lance el electric Rollator '?lie '
Norge Refrigeration. j
cational agriculture \udI 15r D W cab and body.... 32100
...tIt." new Norge gasoline-electric powered Rollator Reftfg- ;
(We have two of these) '
So laid It E. Wood orator ha Its own motor generator that can be located
xocatfeoat agriculture '
M far a* 300 feet away from the home. No generating
Florida in speaking to Truck with Cab; new paint:
stead Chapter Future F equipment i* contained in the refrigerator cabinet.
\ America at its annual' tires _._....._..:..._.., :........."......... 130JW See this Norge Rollator Refrigerator today and haw

.. sun banquet held Its feature explained and demonstrated.
on the laws of the
:. on N rttl Ktome a aveau.
I He toM of th* local PASSENGER CARS Easily Converted to AC Operation

: scoring l3o points out of a When the High Line Comet Through
: f M to win tint place In .

enapttr contest and af its | : Sedan _.__._.__.". .... 7100
'. ill the aatioul **MI I"" DOWN
ranking second s> the Sedan; good tires j paint
: State Mr Web tVs ;
; Ml out of a possible I.. ; clean ___._.... .,, .... ___ __ 2S3-CO:
i the state master teacher low .,...
WM one .r th* highest Coupe ____...___ ....____.. 2SOJJO
Mr Used.... H* ....
I f t WakcfMd an award of $5
: eonewcthNi with W*vaster L"G WITH THEnRST THURSDAY
, I ; title
F; I Tammy Motfett >> .\Y WE WILL. CLOSE, AT I P. M.
: the chapter, acted a* F
}} \ I The welcome address to ,
; f{ ers wa* gives by Myron
I Homestead boy who it s
, ident el tile Future ttttrMa ts
Syrians taad the respenae ., J
; I Chevrolet Co.

KetvlMter .

I.: Roper Gas i Ave Phone 93 GENt lLtTOR SUPPLIES

Vied' ? Dk ly a-. arU l SUftPUS CVKRCNT

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Mayhew Fitzpatrick .... 4 exclw a Nor Yw1bing.echao"is .
NIl It. far
... ea rMfaRedland.Iii. :':' ,c.tees 9
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.1 sae trot se a app miasma--.. pem.: ( \ '
I M.aAn.,. Oberlia Cccserratory and Royal 'i 1'' Sa.1sg 1M psrNse sole a gmi i ...
M _.. smear axed
i ..... + Conservatory Leipzig I : age sal saasat Aeak'aaeata -s a gas son '

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April 30,1937 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pate 1'bnca

CONTRACT LET I Ford Adds New Light Stake Unit r rhi I P. B. mD CO. TO ear prevent and*"-Til-Bits.a biting sent one strolling of the into passenger tufts



100- I
Contract for the lupplementafypower The Preston B. Bird Motor Co. COCONUT GROVE
and water Une Improvement will be open in Its new location on Shows T and I Admission t5e
project was let by the city council 1 South KTOOM avenue, opposite Le- ... SaL and sac.. <"
gins nail Monday: Mr. Bird announced ttel f. as.San. .
In'petial' seailon lut Friday early this week

night to,the North American Construction e ud.r i The bought by M*. .. Mew Tue., W4.Mar ..
Co. of Jacksonville, I 1 Bird ae'I'=-th ago, will afford S, S, 4. $
whomtow. bid of 17.200 look the much more display space for
a award. Unsuccessful bidders i hi- complete jllorf of Buick and
wen {he Standard Electric Co of Ponlur modell Wikh: h.been
Miami with $7.7201)0 and the M i 'owded Into ,the:United quarters \ YOUNG
& M Construction Co of Miami, l<,ffc vacated, It t4di; in addition'to Qbw AAHE
whose "bid1' fct $8,192 was beyondthe providing adequate quarters. for'
eUm. allotted to the project a complete: repair and service department I'
from the original' PWA fund of ,
41.000 \TEWEST the line of Ford V4i wrta it Into a platform unit. Ita The remocMed filling station adJoining -
The bids were analyzed by i commercial cart I* the 112: .inch floor is protected by steel skid- the new" Bird quarters and
William Sydow consulting engineer stake shown above. It was designedto strips and a steel rubrtlL The cab i I leased by Mr. Bird to the American f
for the city, and by a federal nil a widespread demand among Is of welded all-teel construction Oil Co., represented In this -
engineer from Jacksonville whencethe farmer and business men tar a with a steel root The unit Is !section by W. P. Cash will also be Than Fri May (. T
tabulation were sent Immediately light weight unit of this type. At available with either the Improved !'opened for business Monday II | CESAR ROMERO:
Its name Indicates, it utilize the M horsepower V4 engine for heavier
for final approval by Er- commercial chassis Jobs or the new M horsepower TALA BIKELLha
112-Inch ear I | A traveler said to the conductor
Mat Cotton, state director of the dllIt is
and provide a feed pace 80 Inches V4 engine for light of a slow American train: "Does
Public Work Administration. Aresolution long. 61 Inches wide and KM Inches fitted with the new ford "..11.
confirming the award high Removal et the stake fOlIo i action" safety brakes. this railroad" allow paaaenger to "She's Dangerous"
will alao be adopted by the council give advice? I
and sent to PWA The conductor replied, gruffly
Work headquarters M.to their wishes regarding the I newspaper publishing reipectjve- that he guessed so. Satartay. Mar .
on the project la slated to
after. toning regulations. 17. "It occurred to me," said the CHAKLESSTKKETTla
., start five days approval, '
Bevo Webb and Ben Archer ,
alai traveler; "that It would be as well
probably hot than May 10
and should be completed within called on by Program Chairman For results use Leader- to detach the cow-catcher from
Wad Hunt tor talks on their vocation I ttte front of the engine and boltit Trapped"
6Q day, according to Gordon
fvey Classified Ads
fw'DItu"Ipol, .and Enterprise on to the rear for what I* to
power plan superintendent It
ctfver. the replacement of tome -' -
200 electric light pole complete
with new wiring and equipmentand
the--Installation' of a =service, '
Water main'through the alley 1m
mediately west of Krorne premie
between N. W. First and S. W. 'OP 27 MILES
First street.Under .. .... TOJ
: the agreement It la compulsory
, ; for the contractor to driw ,
their labor: from local relief roll
""heMV1pu1ble.. Resident of
Ifomastead:and the Redland Di.-
inlet wishing to obtain Job on .theprojectswill ec '
,te 'required to(reregister
at the office of B BobO .
Dean, director NRO located In PER GAWDN !
the old pcitofftce building in Mlni -
.( should they. have been engaged -
in, private employment ince
their I last relief work assignment,
Mr. Ivey laid yeitrday


COUNTY ZONING Big roomy and mart,with OWNERS soy there has ann beta v...Sam powerful brake with "toft.

before like Ford'i Thrifty .aiy pedal Same aolse proofed,all-steel
TOROTARYCLUBi the very last word In safetyand
"60." They report 22 to 21 mile per structure. Same Center-Poise ridlaj

i modern feature.a .It's gallon of f uolin. Aa "economy car*' comfort; bin bodies; outside luggage

rules were proposed explained county to the Homestead toning. a car you'll own with tint Mb M fftkfittjff Wf> bigness compartments on sedans. Ii'l s car! Min

Rotary Club Wednesday byCounty plenty of pride and driveer ,.",/erI. A mosey-saver-"tyke .- and priced M low jro* simply' a e'S

Commissioner J. D: Redd tm, MOIl! V-tftrftrmnct.This Car 1* picture it until you HI It and drive ill

a* an effort to protect the homebuilder with lots of pleasure I the urn size M the brilliant".," Ford des roux FORD DtAllR TODAY"
from undesirable Industrial .................
and commercial nelghbornot *--
an attempt to ten him what
kind of a homehe can biuld. Mr.
Redd sold that before any zoning
Is" put Into effect in any area, the
residents of that vicinity will be
called into meeting and consulted

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Body Tops Fender and Trimming Repairs The Quality Car fa tea. Uw-Prk >M. at tftt. towed Prto fa Y.anl THE THRIPTT 0,16014

.V" ea93aenseetk,raal.f. ........- .iiunuiMa pkokrtory ... has sppotatewaMlwl
Seat Cover .
r alL.h.L.w.1..1 body eessb .Ness 'Eakinn body sseeasad--.m-".. rabies FORD
Painting Ceat.r lws.siq.s.ss w-eke... 4....Ie-Mtiat..a-u. shook a...i>>iaOmklUe
IWiea .......*.*!M(.....,heat,*. 4 'Desk watee-b.ttwy paakiws bask... ....
!an..e *.B-rtBM M e. aedaM V-wiad.bteld that ...... .. ....l ...w.
Art's Paitt SMp I
All A MONTH,aber -l down PI,....,bays Say model 1MT Ford V-. V8
MJ N. LIONS ATaV 1. of sbrongk aN Awbeilsed toed rJauce Pew of Usiarael Gift c..paa1

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Pare Four THE _LEADER-KNTERPRISE April 30, If:}
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DEADER-ENTERPRISE Thattux the club fur Its practical tual financial Interest in ettticr! .
,. I J KAVANAUGHI I I'I Interest m theChMnen's Home' commodity, completes the board

Fabllshed Fridays at dome 1 Society MlMii, Lion Swasi .... which is as feilewK

stead Fuu br the Seal Dade'I (Continued" From' Age One a plea for still further support of Avocado growers Charles Psatt. e 7.1 Little
( Pabtiabtas c. I peen countries a few years ago this worthy instituttoo. He naked Lawrence Pope Dr. Tower, W. B.
when as a specttt representative thtt members take at least one Watts, Mr. Ames, Francis, M. Do- ..11Bird

BEN ARCHER ._'_ Editor of the National Crime Prevention I' child as a guest in their homes fora Ian and W. K. Walton. Lime

MARJORIE LEACH AICHERffnterel Bureau he was sent to study the week or two during the summer growers:: Colonel Lee, Buckner B. Told
vacation. President Joe Hickaon. Mr. ... ... Robert McDonald
.. As.dais W"r police methods cf'other Beastoy. -
'n and compare them with ....::.cW:1 I asked the club to make a special,' L. L. Trumbull Mr. Done
methods. His naeareb'It took I note of this request awl ,ct.upon and Mr. Odderweod. Charles C.
u attend rUes mil it where .....1bIe.
him to England France Germany. Turner was rbosesidirector at
Miter March 1 1tlJ at the feat As part af the entortamment program -- the first word in the phre,
4 without .
and wherehe
aly Awtrut-Hungary.. large opposition..Oader
dire U HttMstead.Flerid wider ;
arranged af Jolty*. Meafsey fortitude eo'-uauDUng
the act sf Man* >. 117Lshun. } gained valuable Insight into chairman, a mate quartet Composedaf the by-tows adopted at ly used by a would-be coiyumM
I police practices, in many respects the asaeral-saeetinf each grower in a cant-be newspaper,
Lions Charles Pratt B. L. Lawrence -propetlf
PRICE. ,.... A TEAS 'superior te those employed .. this H. M. Done and Weafwy member of the co-operative is ., describes its attempt ta stir up a
country, which lie was able to use
sang an ode dedicated to C. H. titled toons vote plus an additional tempest In a teapot over the day
to good ,advantage later as a law : I
I' will for KM producing trees ;
Not Superstitious Oriaber. wherein the Patel hate every light saving school-whedule vat
enforcement chief la Rochester.
owned .r managed by him. with *
Accused of vindlclivewy misrepresent the mMttves I
proprietor was operat
N. Y., and more recently, to Mliami. maximum limit of tea votes Lune .
Oh no. I'm not superstitious Inbant" with many unpleaa- ; I ofa sincere :prognssive'j !
And to lack I do Dot bellcvt. t I Iii I|I ant inmates. Miss Rebecca Flatter trees two years old or more and school principal who-deservei hI I
Bed luck cornet! from errors in I One of the greatest weaknesses music Instructor of Bedland Farm avocados tour years or more old 1 high esteem he has won In thisf
Judgment the American police system is j[Life School, was the accompanist uw rated a. produeers. |community.

Good luck one must work to recruiting of officers from Other guests Included Mr. and :The Interest of members is proportional -, ......
achieve. the laboring class, depend- Mrs. W. O. Armstrong of Niles, to the number of pounds i j!I I
for their jobs and promotions I if avocados or limes marketed, -that brain-trusting Is much to be|
Mich., Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brat-
Without fear I walk under ladders, j I preferred to the brain-busting experienced -J
the whim of unscrupulous ley the Rev. J. C. Sims Mr. and through the association. A participating -'
Though honesty makes me admit ., Kavanaugh said. The certificate will be Issued; by some men ;]
Mrs. H. T. Jackson. .Earle Middle- f
That the day I last scorned this Ih. heads are swelled to the tUe Ili
plan, In general, provides ton F. H. Veber, A. L Bowes and to each member at the end of the
omen the training of police officers J. ,I. WlllUims of Miami. Miss Lillian fiscal year on March 19. These i their midriff by a little I
My ear by a big truck was hit.: authority.Townsend.
boyhood serving a long pro Johnson, Redland school and certificates, which are transferable I i

Aid it about some food fortuneI period as cadets before Leo E. Bishop and Jack Gatlln ot and assignable, are the bass for I

brag a bit more than I ihould are accepted as regular member Homestead.Continued. dividends.Seueia Club to Hold !
of the furce. In Germany penalties are provided in
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always ti a precaution
to detective I the by-laws for the violation of Regular Meeting Sunday j ,
Rap firmly three times en tome spirants a place on the ; any ji I
wood.I staffs must be graduate law )IERGED CO-OP ruler or marketing agreements.Such -
students to qualify for the ihtelllJteoce violations are checked by
Homestead 1 I
If salt U spilled on the table service. England's famous: ( From Page One) the association manager and reported Townsend Club
1'1II1W"1110 quarrel will ensue Bsotland Yard is composed ol fruit through other channels to to the board of members and others Interested la ;
But---K th 7'QVpy Y 'picked men drawn from nearly wit by the pound Instead of by which will hear the the movement are asked to attend \
sittiu .a_ every city In. that country. and xolume as the weight often runs I the offending dlrector"j the meeting scheduled for Sunday j

And probably you do.that too. j'only Ibeee Attica**....wa .an *osp itifher flaIthe standard B3-pound! I' willy of withholding afternoon at 3 o'clock In the Neva {
tlonal record lire eligible he said. bushel when measured in containers !retlng produce which he King Cooper auditorium.
No I'm not at all superstitious' Stating that the Miami polio dowrtmreit of varying types. should pass through the auoc.Ia.1 f M fast Sunday's meeting after J

AU fenrcf aijluu( I havflost ., bad bama political At a special session of the newly lion plant. be will be fined $300 for the song period President B. B. )

But to be sure I'm'tsking no football"lr, yean until the advent elected board of directors this week each: violation and five cents Pollen talked about how the members
chances I II
of sound damages for all fruit a'' of the ways and means
civil service rules, Kava each member of the beard contributed committee ;
wrote this with my fingers cross.ed. i,
'naugh gave a brief account of the substantial quack to an disposed ot The member feel about the
numerous obstacles that had been 'emergency fund crested for the also pay the coat of a suit In court':' plan. T. D. Piche spoke of the opportunities

,-Mrs. Marlon Allen. I I thrown In the path of his efforts purpose of buysig sufficient limes for breach of contract and In ad-f the club has

Your to bund a police and fire fighting! I from non-members to Oil current riition will forfeit his membership)

CapitolThe force second to none in the United orders. This branch of the trwi- certificate. I
be into All fruit Is pooled weighed and '
non may developed a
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capitol buildup Is situated S'-t"'b. has partially succeeded nitwldlary to the parent orgwilxsbm graded individually and marketed '
on a plateau 88 feet above the '
r level of the Potomac River and I was graved by the record of the according to Dr. John B. Tower under uniform rules applying ElectroliixThe) ) :

i I, coven." area of approximately accident prevention bureau of former president of the exchange 10 all members, who will be credited ;
.10 specialty trained men. which and member of the nejv with the exact amount of their i
IH Its .
1 acres. length' from north
1 I board. interest on a poundage basis. Permits -
had much to do with the lowering
to south U751 feet 4 inches I
; Its
for retail sales be Modern Kerosene
I will issued fcefrlrerstor
1Of the accidental death rate from Numerous .
\ width Including! approaches It : congratulatory .melanges
390 feet IM to 3S during the past year In' have been received by the but the price must not be'lell than Oe.nles for a Few Coals .

Its height above the base line(the face of a M per cent Increase management of the co-op including that oven set period.A by the. association at any I adar.Has. ,

on the east front to the top of the J)of population. It was proved also telegrams of good will from <
statue of freedom! surmounting the: hv the fact that In the two years fnlted States Senators Claude D'lov.1 No Machinery to
dome la(3IT feeCIVfc Inches, The I of his administration at safety director Pepper and Charles. Andrews, young husband and wife
statue It of boots end weighs,I the Miami police department sent from Washington and teat ed recently Into an attractive new Wear :

14,681 pound It was erected bad gained i2 new men, appointed it last Fridays meeting by Dr. home, taking with them their pet ---- .'.,
and placed In Its present position through civil service rules after a Tower. who presided dog wise beers the slightly unusual ,

Dec. 1 IBM. I I I year's probation who would be JIo lime was last by the new name ot Whoopee. A single kerosene burner circulates 1

.J The Capitol ground have an 1 credit i to any city In the world, board of IS director, which met The .newcomers naturally fell the refrigerant, which pro. "

area of U.S acres, and at an early 1,I lie declared II else following day and chose from, to all make eyes were as on them and... desired duce tood.prnervtnc cold and
exemplary Imprei- ".
date U was occupied by the Algonquin -f I MR Karnaugh closed lib address itt punster she following fflwi: lon as possible. That freeaes lee cubes and rietaerti.
Indians known the' by paying his respects to the : J:. A. Ames, president; Cot AlvaIjft was until
as the night! husband and wife suddenly
There Is no friction, nq noise
Powhatans, whose council house "powerful political clique supported rice-president; 3. Paul Broeker discovered
their dog
was then located at the foot of the !' fresh the Ill-gotten paaeaeds .secretary U.Cone. treasurer, I out was no moving wearing parts

: MU I fit slot macblaes, bollta games and and Mr. Caldarwood., manager. "WhoopWhoopeel"! the Owners report this Ideal refrigerator

h The southeast corner stone of the original (s trying to drive sne Out of office for a Jew weeks' inspection voice she
building down
was laid Sept. as ran the sidewalk work easier and their lives hap
It. 1783.T>y President Washington, because have tonal.Wntly-waged of bis business interests' in Honduras In woo direction > j pier but also saves enough to .

J, with Masonic cerernonles. war upon their operations as far Central America where he "Whoop-eel Whoop-eel" the pay for Itself. ,
The north, wing : ; ? In 1800 and the south wing. will permit-. He declared big During his absence Colonel the other way. [ Own It on Easy rorensse rUa
: ': 1(11. .A wooden ." con1 Inl-'' Intention of building a permanenthome Lee will act as president of the as.. They, didnX realize until then .

'\ netted them. On Aug. 14, 1814, the' In the Redland District should sociation. next day bow it oundedJCanssi See .
;1. Interior of both wings was destrov- Ms opponents be successful : Avocado growers and lime growers City Star. I Il ,
; : ed by tire set by the British. The April 17. The report also urged are equally Influential on the J. W. MAGINNIS '
damage to the building was Immediately the necessity of total abstinence board of directors; each group inrepresented !
: toI' repaired. and recommended that anyone I by seven members. A! = l' at CIS N. Kreme Aft 'i

I f t In 111 the central portion of renting or using his property for, director at large, who has no ac iiiI

: I I the building waa commenced, under sale of Intoxicating liquor te disowned -, ---- --_.
'\ the architectural superintend- as a member of the Methodist

of Charles EpIjMopal Church.
r ency Bullfinch The
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: original building was finally completed ---... REMAND BRAND FERTILIZERSFOR
i ;. In 1127. I i: f I

s; The earner thane of the exten- FROM OUKMAH, BOX !
t eon was laid on the 4th of July.

t; 1 j 1151 Webster by President officiating rtUmore as orator., Daniel NEED CRATE FACTORY j CITRUS AND 'TRUCK.! _

The house extension' was first I Editor Leader-Sntrrprise: 'I ; .
occupied for legislative purposes I IDeI Homestead needs new Industries.iAA j :

!. 14, 1851. and the senate Jan. i Industry <>at would bew nonuwd :

41114. That pert of the buildIng JII... .iocsllT and -AI .money., '
was completed In 1WA. ''maker Oar capital invested la Ii,i Oar fees are prepared to meet he needs of Daieswte. l'
factory everybody is btqrIng .
Meth odi8ta 'Bllimei.tquor, I soars.*hampers and lug .at: Gems Insecticides and '
fmigkides carried inFlorida
prima too lofty fur fee prices .re '
Half of the 33,900 traffic deaths:i relived for the fruits and vegetables j

to the United States &year were.i shipped-I them. Whets lethe 04.PAW Jll"kid W de keta ,
r. laid to liquor. In a. TefoYt adopt- enterprising man who wIll I :
F ed byline': New Yn Coafseo.oe.0 atart one? 1 I. .

the Method Ifytasepal' Church .U.w.ter Sop, ji .
East Coast Fertilizer Co.

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i( GJlNERA-L HARDWARE I .ntANKK.BCE.Mgr. waiwraiui.. TLA.MANGANB8E .; ,' .

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Friday.,April 30.1937, THE'LEADER.ENTERPRISE Papa Five
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,wunrirYw,:,.. '
; Underwood was drat prime on her
Pioneer Receives |
Guild Letter
(I flowers and third Arise on her

From Boy It Is Educating in India The Redland RattlerBy I canning and: was eeleajted .s the
third best all remind Nab gM In
SHIRLEY IURKVE8S fifth year club we* L.4le. Vthlon
The translation of a letter writ Gordon Uy. water and light I- -- I was chosen aa the best all round
ten in fttl4a Hfdu to the Pioneer I department sapartateadent. said HONOR ROLL John McLaughlin. Ouy Newman dub girl and won second prlw on
i Guild of Redtiind by a boy who Ifbel estimated cost ef Installing con first grade--hi h. Edmund KHhleen Wagner, Wobt W11ttmw her sewing: Phyllis Jensen *.a
w t cdJ1di art minion school crete pit toilets to saw a familyof ;Wright, Ray Mesas, Mehvjnt Davis. AM ShaekMMd Johnnie' elected as the ascend beat all
at G&UftibKt; India, by the guild five would be fJM, including 1 Marilou Harris Marie KufeMt Let Andrews; low. M. nssret Stil!. round dub girl and won third
was read Wednesday by Mrs housing of the toilet. Septic talk :Ruth Olive Knaus, Julia Ana Lee", man irtrtce Miami priae m sewing Doris Mown In
Thomas Brewer, president, at aluncheon for the burger buildings and rooming 'Derma Faye McCuUotwh, Billy SIxJi grade--high. Bi lv, sprun. her _all year of club work got
meeting of the guild at I houses would coat about 1100 I I Scott; low Bob Oarett, Lura Ann I Jack: Marshall, Faye. Campbell tint priM on her sewing and on
the hot' l evt Mrs. Laura Hetherington leach. These facilities' would meet 1 I Hodges Jacky: Rodger Vida Clarke Marten Edwards I canning and was chosen a< the
,, m' :"Miami Others present : requlfemeots of the slat board of I Second grade.-Wg*. W. A. Kennedy I roster Engel Betty third best all round dub girl
were: !Sirs:' Will: Erpenbarh tin health, but they must be well-built Dorothy Davis. Evelyn GoesI Margery Murray. Vera IJlltWrldce'j':
I Fred Kowi' W.... A Erpenbach, of new materials and absolutely i I I man Sara Vthlen, Miriam Holmes,i Frank Orlfiel WWiI A bottle of nerve tonic to the
Mr JD. E. Elder: Mr*. Geo Turner fly-proof he said. Ruth Engle, Margaret GabY, Billy' I TorbMt, Martha: January. FraneU I I hair-twisters. gam-poppers' and
\ Jr Mr*. Frank Reed and Mrs. i About 175 toilets In the negro !i Clarke, Barbara Robinson, Virginia Prothero, Elvira Burry Ruth nail-biters that makes classes what
Hettler!nton.! section should be rebuilt and there !j i Wallace. Edward Pye, Doris Singleton Miner, Barbara Williams, Betty I I they are Don they know that
The Pioneer Guild first civic are 75 house that have no toilets : Grace Hurry Pye iu a sign of frustration, inlethit ads
club to be organized aouth of Coco- at all, Dexter Home, city Sanitary ;: Third grade-. I I: and what have you?
.. nut Grow, was organized In February -. Inspector, reported. He was instructed II Ethelera Clenney, "r:11nk':- 4-H AWARDS ARE MADE I -
of 1907 to help in the upJ to check an improvementsthat William Newcomb, Helen Bent The local exhibit of the 4-H For the benefit of the students
building of Redland It has net been' are now, under way by private I Emma Engel. Bertha Slugg Peggy I IOalTttt | Clubs was held Tuesday morningin I that are submerged in t business
active tint It sold iU clubhouse I owner and make I detailed report Kathleen Jackson OnellKlrkDMkn the home economics room. In course we print the following
: several :rears ago but has helped of actual need at the next council I I I Esther KufekU Betty I the elementary club Fay Camp classifications of typewriters, from
: two Redland girl through college,meeting 'Joy Lee Charlotte Murray. Katherine bell won first prize; Margery Murray sn exchange. We have all theM
with loan scholarships and has contributed I In order to take advantage of the' Shackleford, Barbers Jean second prize; end Margaret and a few more In our typing department -
to the Salvation Army 'WPA offer to supply in labor on I!Sofr Leonora Willlairs; low I Stillman, third. In third year
and other worthy causes. the -project, thereby lessening the;Audrey anN, Annie) Laurie' Ste-I club work Dorothy Behrens was The "Journalist special"-n
Two rear ago the club undertook ,cost of installation, all property I Iowner ws-t awarded first prize for her sewing aviator type of machine The
to pay tar one boy'i education Involved nrast deposit with I I Fourth grade-high, Melba Collins and garden record book; Virginia keys always look over th* field.
in the Ingraltam Institute al Datlabad clerk the amount needed Leonard Dent, Louis Gaby," Eaton: first prize on her poultry before they kind
I' after Dr. Benson Baker, a ,for material within,the next two'Donald Searcy Vertfie Cowman and second prize on her sewing: The "Love bird type"--every
returned missionary from the week*. Thi ;' be On Ann Hlckson, Alice Kirk, Nell Myrtle Cason, second prize In part Is tuck on some other part
school, told member of the Red. hand In a special rr't'o; thel I Lloyd, WUleta Thompson; low canning; and Wanlta Thompson'' and the key are stuck on tnemselve -
land community Church that ties city as sponsor. can submit the Charles Chambers, Joebill Dullond first prize in home improvement *.
/s entire cost of a boys education I project to WPA authorities, Mr. J S Griffin Junior King I, work. In fourth year club work,' The 'secretary"-It slips Into
' : there would (be only 60. Burton Mid.Accurate Kathleen Campbell Lillian Chubb, Merle Mizell won first prize on her your lap st the slightest provocation -
At Wednel l 7'* meeting Mrs coat data will be kept, Carla Joyce Hobaon Phillip Benson sawing and was selected a* th.j{ .
Brewer read also letters from the I Ion the project and any surplus remaining second best all round club girlI I The commonest type I* known ss
Rev. J C. Pace, head of the school, from the estimated (IS I Fifth grade.high, Karl Ctser'j,1 Alice Wyaong was chosen as the!the Hawaiian or hula model"Itshimmies.
thanking the guild for Its help and expense: of materials will be r.. Kenneth Greer, Charles Kelly, best all round club girl Evelyn' .
telling of the achool work funded to the property owners -

o The school U located In one of Landlords pledging 100 per ceat
the molt fertile and most thickly co-operation in the program: la- ,
populated valleys in the world, he eluded' E. L. Lawrence who has already .
wrote, and 10 per cent of the boys spent $230: in unitary In)'
are tram the lowest caste the untouchables proXement to houses he owns In
.whom more than one the negro section, T. A. Feaster.
hundred thousand belong to thatconfYreTiii H. H. Ewing and William Noblus
IT'lht Methodist Epia- [The large delegation of negro house
cop Church. I[owners was unarfcnous in promls
"1i.Is our hope and prayer," the tag complete support to the troviment .
letter Mid, '"that these thousandswill They will be allowed .fc>
form the nudeuf of a pew and Ida I I[ their own repair work wherepracticable i
>strotgeiNnttifmovAnenr'thBl Win a',,long.ss Ida .result
sweep the whole pujcaste com- 'meets state requirementsNORGE .
m ity into the /old ot pee true "1 '

Shepherd . The 20, per cent i I SHOWS
who. jre. not1 Christian are Moslem ,
boys or high caste Hindu
'box or boys tram DU'f ute hopes GAIN
where Christ U not known These r ONLY O.
last He regard as our greatest op- Detroit, Apr 2 --Worge alj-
.port for We know that if they product first quarter business represented ..
I can tree the beauty of Christ and 1 I 32 per cent of total business -
I omc to know His love as they live I' last year, according to HowaulE $20515
with; us that they will be evangelsin I Blood, president Norge division I
tieir homes and villages when'1 and v1ctpN.ldenIn .Charge afi
'they1 return,*}, > 1 I operations, Borg-Wamer CorporaUon -', "
/ : j f 1[ total unit ..Ie..f all Borg-Waf- ,
.r fro teach the dignity ot labor!'tier household divisions represented with thrilling PROOF of
each boy is required to work an by Norge were 171702 for the i
Jioui '
.w.1c. I Over the first quarter of 11138. Sa I...
during March totalled 72,102 unit
I for Home Rc/r/f.raffon
representing an increase of 24 per
OWNERS cent over that month last year 'i ih
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TROPICAL- it I *:'a ,,::; "Wt te".tM4, ,
ntntoAnti has MM
settlement The
laud winter flay
t>cgr ..
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Inspector* were firm in their!, MONKEY JUNGLE t INSTANT
:demtad. for better sanitation" Mr. 2 GREATER STOUCt.ABIUTY

lards sells "They were lenient] ONLY sass ;u.--; CUBE-RCLEASE
In stantlng, mot time until the! MONKEY' Scar it in actionIt's /
Dvtrrrcwding of homes and room-) 3 GREATER PffOTECT-ABUJTY. i $ ut
Jug" kctusMMM relieved by the end, In aa.nvaarSmeM
Ihlal ? Keep food HI./rN""' "$ia-pa.yy'
Of the timing season,, but said that ever*:
I'' liD prenaei not properly serviced frigiaalra. usually re.twstf .
: oiltta ADMISSION 1W GREATER ire ,...fnm tnj,
With' or septic tanks would 4 PtPtHD-ABIHTY
fee corwiemoed.: Their nest visit (with this a4 IBet _, two or a cI_ al s data.
Children 14Hri.taSr s.y_ Proaeetow ,I-. t..... YWds Soy woes ice by
must either show a
\ a clean bill of
a NumtotAHEALTIHER I II; Gtaend ....... ending faucet set *
heal or nailed-up house bearins
i CosMta. eeM
f d ceodenuuHoit tarda." 5 GREATBt SAVtABIUTYt =;easy acaoe.

I yrrljMalrlMlke' .

i BETTER LEMONS i rAM + & !'-I '" Oohr Frlgltfair Writs YM
I'JI'TleWlnUtJ.e' SO" Gem" "Super-Dutt'MY.llbelSCasta

fAre now being grown under special Soil Treatment by -s..B, I Ia Carreai Cost te the keel. -UELIAn
rlutionary.discovery that has cured guaaroosls and other dost s;. / I d MQV' e bumUlmt:1JH1
*ase> whA Lno:other known remedy'has reached. I...-. has pro- Aso -Ji 0ta1t
I dtocld astonishing results. Strongest references tram growers In l lag pangis Ia 1M ..... fOOD-tATlTY INDICATOR ta teed co.,.,*>
Soujh FIorMae,9end postal for full particulars, stating difficulty r per-dr oiIe4 salad .... aMaX
en t; I aoisue and""'GMeIVl'V'I'Y. a ea.r AUTOMATIC IdVTIAY KJEUAUSUrn
leg aaviag. tU TUB NLOOf with M actualoiectric
other citrus fruits respond marvelously to I8.nU i sister egad DUTY HYDsUTOK
tre Iffia One gallon makes 128 gallons after being diluted with .J-YEAR. iROTRCI ION PLAN BACKED 1YCBNE1AL
not a fertilizer but works with fertiliser and makes I .. MOTOR..MM aaaer....aoVM.auft .
See our local representative for further par dui ONLY nucrDAIU can gist row
.nature v .,, f I ___ awaawa4 a Cass te sad lEI THI MUXUI '
..0 'At ltllt tJJiL.p Amim* '

I Flagler AM* ftomrstcsd, Phone (27w I'I'I. HOMESTEAD ,FURNITURE CO.

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Pace Six ... .. '_ -" .. = THE.LEADERENTERPRISEFridayApril80lS
Tfte VibcUerer. .
IUIS. Seniors to'Present "Fipurei caret lie" aid the
Play Next Friday Night I fessor earnestly Tor instance "I "When orghan.I was a baby fjin as
I HOMESTEAD SCHOOL NEWS one Fan build a )house In It d.,
Next Friday evening the Home i 12 men. can build R In one"' What did you do wit)| irj
"1r",* Interrupted a student United Mine Workers Jo(
i NELLA SAVLS, School Editor .teadHih School seniors_ will I I I"Then 38* will build it In one hour,
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present their class play "Out ol ,
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I 117,280 I in one minute, and 1.038,800
HONOR ROLL I The sophomores are reading "At the Fog," in the Neva King Cooper I, In one second. And I don't believe
Twelfth grade -high, Geraldine You Like It" by Shakespeare and School auditorium ;they could lay one brick in that
JUItz Bobble Summerlin,Tot. Collins -I finding It very Interesting. The play, a three-act comedy, I Ie I I time" I I
Buddy Fitzpatrick; low, Robert i While the professor was still
(;auzena. Dr. Smith gave typhoid shots the heaviest play attempted this !gasping the smart "ready reckon I
Eleventh grade-high, Cenella from the tint grade through the year, says James Gibbs, clasp pub-er" went on:
Harder, Mary E. Kyle, franc seventh grade Tuesday morning licity nun but most of the cast are I I "Again if one ship can cross the I EP i
Lott, Evelyn Pope, Alta Webster. He wa assisted by Mr NeibjttMr member, of the advanced class in I Atlantic In mix days, six ship can
Kbit Pearl Bush, low, Marjorie dramatic I cross it In one day I don't believe
Mover, Wad Smith, Eloise Goss- *. S. L. West substituted Monday E.: B. Blackburn, public .peaK-1!that either; so where the truthIn
man, Pierre McDanleU! Jt and Tuesday during the absence Ing Instructor, I* arithmetic
Tenth grade-high, Wm. Me-i of Mr*. Fif leld. play. Buddy Fitzpatrick I Ia stage Then he sat down.-Montreal O
Michael, Madge Thompson Rex i manager and Dot Syke I* prompter Star
Faust, LuclUe Welt; low, Harvey The itxttt grade I* tolT"to lose i Dance number, and musical I
Newton Annabel Redd, Edna Evelyn Long who ha gone to numbers will be given between the GeneralPublic "
Booth Bank Byrum, Howard Virginia, and the fifth grade la sorry sets LEARN TO DANCE
Lamb, Ruth Frederick, Elizabeth to lose Rachael Long ;I Haul Pennlngton play the part, BALLROOM INSTRUCTION Utilities
Wcllwaln. I of Sophie Duncan a hard and:', WITH' GOOD MUSIC
Ninth grade-high I Constance Miss Dorsey' class 1* lOrry that grasping woman. who make life I to II tx m. Each Tuesday
Bcherr, low, Elwto Cooper, Henry]Jan Fuch Is ill and they: 11011"1 I bitter for all of her family except i i LEGION HALL j HoBMsteai rheas As...
Oodion, W. D. Lott, Mildred Field,' that the will lOOn be able her troublesome younger daughter ft
Rachael Gossman, Coldla Qrennell,,back in school. This claw if Marcia (Virginia Frick). Rudolph
Joe Piche, Jud Piche, ROM! Reitz, studying action word in: languageand Young takes the part of Sophie's
Howard West, Eunice Walker the division of the globe into I husband Henry Duncan, and Helen
Eighth grade-high. Mary O. hemispheres In geography. AU West I* her elder daughter,Gladys. SLATE SURFACE "
English Mary E Cay, WanetUKoestllne find this very Interesting. Bobble Summerlin is cast as Sophie -I
Katherine Orfanedes, '* foster sister, the sweet but
ROM Peterson Marjorie Lewis; Mn Thurman'i clan la sorry .not too bright Annabel.Robert I II
low, Jack McMichael, Jay that Noel Steffanl) In and will net I Gaiuen take the part: 90 Ib. Roofing],
James Sullivan Betty Newton'l I I be able to return to school this of I worried but brave editor, Bill I II
bem. Preston Bird, yeaV. I Arthur 1* his alert son, and Frank I
;Virginia Kinner, Grace Gray Irwin I Ii a printer' devil Geraldine I 20
t Seventh grade-high,James Net- Miss Jackson's class welcome 'ReiU play the part of the postmistress 2
tilt Mary Jo Clot, Mabel R. Pope Betty Jo Deitz from Florida City. a gossip Alvin Bridgesand per roll
Esther: Rucker, Doris Thompson; The class I I. sorry to lose Barbara Martha Close: are a needy:
low Mildred Batts, Edna Forte, Gen Horne who has gone to Virginia young couple James Gibbs I II the: "Sta-So Slate
'Viva Horton, Alice Rlethnwlcr, flashily dressed stranger and:
Geneva Vann, Charles Robertson, Duke West, the family lawyer. i!
Lewis EaXer Miss Ray' third grade I* sorry to -I \ Tile Red, Jade Green]

Sixth grade-Athley Kemp. lose Nancy Lone who has gone to Judged eligible to attend the annual '
Fifth grade June Vann Van Virginia and welcome Lewis Lott high school 4-H camp at the "Sta-Se" Slate used an
Rheney, Robert Aapley, Barbara I back after two week of Illness Ida M. Fisher High School at Sean Blate-Swfaeed Reeflof *>
Bigger,Clarice Oodion, Aida Con I The pupil have been enjoying Miami Beach, which begin June I ea-Mlna B4 permaneat fceelar.
nor their new ,library book and they 22 are: Florence Nelson whose' This De-lb: wclfh4wffl_ !
Fourth grade-Dorris Ada Dod- nave been divided into two group, work ranked first; Teresa Redd and r bring new beauty to yoor hmn*'}
son, Harry Bishop, John Taylor, the sunshine group and the blue- Rachel Cowman whose work rank. wltk Its rich eelor.'Kelt e wjao
LonnU Horne bird group. ed next; and Annabel Redd, tot ft.
Third rrade-BUhr Brown.' i -'- Soldla and Lou Belle Crennell and
i Seconclract.&bIy:: ; Morgan, 4 H Club Work JudgedAt two Cossman.Annabel i 85 Ib.'Slate Surface
r Donald Posejr, Mabrjr Scarborough, ExhibitFive Redd ranked Rest Jn ,
Billy Perkins, Peggy Stuadi, Al- Annual dairy work} Lou Belle Crennell,' "Tme sjaHly weather
fred Tomerlln, Gene Reynolds, In food preparation and in baking' mtstant rooflnf.Meil 10
James Brown, Barbara Jean member of the Homestead Zoldia Grennell,.in hou.skeepinglEloise E i 'seven 1M be.2
Smith, Ruth Rutland, Alene Koert- High 4-H Club-Kathertne Or- Gotsman In health; and fee*.
line, Ruth Byrum. r.l'If'de..AnnabeU Redd, Eloise Catherine Orfanede In canning
First grade-Margaret Bollard, ,Batsman and Lou Belle and Goldla and In summer club work. ASPJIALT FELT ROOFING
Elene Strickland, Peggy Lou Srtnnell were Judged eligible I Elementary 4-H girl whose .'
dumber, Betty Irene Simmons, !Tuesday at the club' annual exhibit work entitle them to attend the II Ik or I* Ib, weight asphalt felt reeftag for j
A. W Powell. I to compete with other 4-H 'elementary beach camp were found bnllt-ij roofs. I* Ib. felt covers SN It. ft| IS Ib. 205"
girl of the county; for scholarships to be: Sue Moye, Virginia Kelly' felt 4M .., ft *" overlap strip allowasKe. .",
In assembly Wednesday mornIng to the annual 4-H short coursewhich and Mavis Watt who ranked high
the Rev. J. C. Simms spoke on begin June In the Florida est far record book, sewing and
"Living to Give". He brought out State College for Women In Talla general attitude, and WUda Betts,' Quality Fencing at
many thought such ai giving out hassee. ray Skinner, Catherine Dixon, '
courage, kindness, friendliness, Mrs. Mary Trigg Carlson of the Virginia, Hobaon. Edith Booth,I
etc. county; home demonstration office Katherine Kelly, Mary Radford,I Sears' Savings!
and Mrs. Irma Brown and Mrs. Phlllipa Gaff, Mary Robert, Mary
The seniors, ;;expecting their I Emll Schtegel of Miami Judgedthe Ellen Dearlng and Lillian Booth.I
Invitation tome time very aoon. I exhibitCharters Copper Beading Oak Lawn >i
for both the high KINDERGARTEN TO CLOSE !
Mrs. Rutland substitute last 'school and the grammar school The Homestead kindergarten 1 Fencing .,
club were presented to the leader will close next Friday, May T, Mrs.]
Friday during the absence' of Mr .
4* tarhea hick
Mrs. Fred Redd. Fred Redd, the teacher, announcled
Gladys Webb. The high school arlariM were this week I! 100 ft roll ............................ $12.98 tit dO'

In the Interior decorating class 7-5 ft. roll ..._..........;;;.......... 9.98

the girl are studying how to arrange 50 ft roll :..............., ,.............. 6.59
the yards around a home and :

"t how to make yard plan Can Sealers POULTRY NETTING

The library has several new
book ordered and everyone u Galvanized 2-In. Mesh
150 ft.Ron
waiting anxiously for them and CansOur

2Wnwll. ............:-. V....:.$1.69
The junior are learning the
constitution of the United State Min roll ..................-.,.......... 22948In

They wish someone would sympathize sanitary b0n top Continental, cans are roll .............:,..,.............. 2.9360iirroll

with them. ideal for home canning. For many years the ....;....__.................. 3.39
majority of home canners have preferred our

: DR. It S. AKERS cans because'they are uniform, accurate, dependable Galvanized Mn.Mesh, 150 ft RoD

and strong., Poultry Netting
Office H.....* Ia.as.I.4p.m. Sanitary open top cans require a can sealer. 12-in roD ................ 2.19 36-in roll ...,......_.... A79

Sudan IU UClosed We recommend the Burpee Simplex Sealer be 24-in roll ................ 3.59 48-in roll ..... ..... : 6.25:
Saturdays cause it is simple to operate and does riot get
Free Parking Hoofing and Fencing Department, West Side Main Budding
Space out of order easily. Open I 30 a. m.
PRONE t-tm We carry a full line of sanitary cans In'both

the two and three size.KILGORE .

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Gas Range SEED CO. 1 t:
t Virgil Lyeo-aartM ft tree HOMESTEAD: FLA. PHONIC q '* MI 'A 'M I ., .. .

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'Fridayf-April Seri
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I Mr. and Mri J. O. Murphy of children. Helen and Clean, left Mr*. R. J. Shepherd, Mb Unlit
Miami and their little ton spent Tuesday for a two-week trip to myths and M- Derbyshire wen
rH I Sunday with Mr*. Uurphy'a motier >. Calumet city, In.. tm receipt .f Tuesday vlaflor In Miami
In and AroundHomestead i Mrs J. U. Free. word of the aeriou pbw" of Mn'
I Schrader's father. Mr. and Mrs E W. Sever of
Mr J. D. Redd la recoveringfrom Miami were Sunday visitors. la

an attack of Influenza. Mr. and Mr*. H. J. Brockett wilt Florida City
leave the fint of next week for

Jane Fjich* Is to the Bland Settle their home in North Haven, Cona. SCHOOLContinued
Creek Sanitarium recuperating

from an attack: of Influenza Mr. and Mr*. David Snow expect -
to lv next week for their ( From Page One)
tone Sottile, Sr., has recovered stead Apr. 33 to spend a few day
Mn. X. H. served for seven Forseveral
in the district and to visit Mr. and Hiner who now live home In Branford, Conn.
from case pneumonia
a severe In Fern weeks It has been
Park left today after a
able Tuesday to spenda Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, whom they
wa visit of several days here with Mr. Mrs. R. W. Mullina has recovered common knowledge that tm
while at his desk In the Knew In Chicago and Harry Coop-
shots and had not applied for reappointment
Mrs. H. E. Schaft from an attack of Influenza.
Homestead office of South Dade er. to Homestead. He plan to devote

i Farm, Inc, of which he is president Paul Beam .Wednesday for Hunter Harden and bit ton, / U. left Monday on a his time to hit beys' camp and to

Cherryvllle, N. C.. to visit Mr*.! Hunter Jr. have been ill with Influence -, business trip to Georgia.The establishing a private winter
this week. school: for boy In Miami.
Beam who 1 now at their summer
I Dr. Win. J. Carter will leave nextweek i, ,,! Florida The total of three parent who
home there. He will return in City Soda Fountain
i for Vsldosta Co., where he: Mrs. Corbitt objected to the new plan after a
Geiger and her little will close ,
several daft to finish his farm on Tuesday May 3, lor
wig| Visit with his son and daugh, work re.Mra. daughters, Jacqueline Betty Ituth i the lummer. two-week advance notice had been
4 ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest; and Patsy came last week to vial liven, hat not been Increased since

Goner and children. Mr. and Mrs.\J. A. Daugherty.Miss the achedule was put into effect,
Stanley CUlp and her mother Free tJrockett left Thursday for Mr. Somnw Mid.
Mr*. B. D. McOarrth of De- North Haven, Conn., after a five-
Mr*. Augustus Wynn and her Annie Ma Booth returnedto liter 1* now adequate time after -
J JJ Jt .,' little son, Bryan who bad been Land spent Saturday and Sundayvisiting Homestead Sunday for a three- month stay hen.Mr. achool for extra-cunicuUr at

.\ _.jrJuttJflOInWynn't parents, Mr. relatives In Homestead month vacation from her work in I Uvltlei such a* rehearsal for
._; :mUtL.'w.' Smith, In and Miami Fort Lauderdale and Mrs. Eddie Sllverman plays glee club singing and other
mee were brought back of Miami Beach and Mr. and Mra. o:entertainments and for ball game
Mrs. I. B. Kontlin Jon Saturday Sam Silverman and ion of Miami and field athletics he out
I Monday by Mr. Smith Kilalm.j Mrs. Jane Nesbitt and Mrs. Mai. pointed
Johnny Knight who an to return to the home of her die Butler were Sunday guests In Florid Under the present schedule It Is
attended a meeting of
the Rev. K. H. KoestUne of
son, City. not for the
),fro sod Mr*. Wynn this the Home Hygiene Institute In necessary pupils to
Tampa, after a visit here with her
I lose any time from claw work to
I I other son and daughter-in-law the West Palm Beach Wednesday and Fred Parlin left Thursday for take part In these activities. The
1 and Mrs t.1:, Shattuck leftraihairwinter Thursday.
Uri Rev and Mrs. A. A. Koeitline.Mr .
i West Charleston, Vt, accompanied result Is that more boys and girls
home in Hedland last
) I by his cousin who have visited are engaging In wholesome pot
'Saturday morning for Springfield\ *. S. L. West I* entertaining Mn. Lloyd Field has recovered him the past two weeks. times and health-building sports,
t tI Ma**., where they plan to stay a her mother, Mr. M. JU Howardof from an attack of Influenza Another advantage of the new
i few week before they go to Lake Colas\thus Who arrived Sunday.A I -
schedule is the opportunity for
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rohrer and
Placid N. Y. for the summer. '
t Mrs W. R. Bowen
and Ja-
s I I daughter moved last week from special help afforded to .students
son weighing even and three- nle Bowen of Miami spent Sunday one of the J. K. Scott cottages on who need it, the principal said.
Mr. and Mrs. Friti Jackson entertained fourth pounds was born' Mr. with their mother, Mrs. D. L Bow- Avenue B to the home of J. Coher. There is time for this special instruction -
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Bemis and Mr, T. C. Wsyte of Redlandat en. nour on Eleventh street after school dismissed,
of Springfield Mass., and Fred the Post Graduate hospital on and teacher and pupils art not too
< 'Parlin .eC Florida\ City and Peach- April 24. 'They have named him Miss Nella Souls spent the faded out to five and receive It.
am, Vat dinner Monday night Theodore Charles. week-end with Misses Kathrynand Mr. and Mrs. Blago Declno and Out of four citizens Interviewed
. I II k. Mri BemU In Ma early years was Edna Mae Theiaen at Fort family )left Wednesday for New Wednesday by a
.la .. neighbor .l Mr. and )Ira. Jack.WO Mrs. Martha L Murray and Miss Lauderdale. Jersey where they will, visit relatives representative three Leadcr-Entetpria were wholeheartedly *

It UeanorJilggs of Coral Gables who this tummer. They will make for the daylight saving
bad been the house guests of Mrs. Mr Hollliter Sage has been 111 their home In Philadelphia.Mr school schedule and one thoughtIt

tls Miss Beatrice Grt1w J wok W. K. Waton. ,.returned. home yesterday the past week. did not m.ktmuch difference *
i ? Jbeea..vlstting Mr .and Mrs.: Geo. : and Mr*. Paul Pullen and City Councilman Henry Brook-
W. turner, Sr. left Wednesday for '" FLORIDA CITY Mr. and Mr*. Lake Delta and I", Jr., said the plan was In effect
South Carolina where she plannedto Mr*:(! Seaman and bier ton, Edwin ,children moved to Homestead her when he went to school and
Mr*. Frederick Settle andWr4 Mr. T. W. Vas Corrapoodrel:: Monday They bad occupied the
Join her parent* who leave fdr worked succesif ully. He express
inftr hbfne"fif Baltimore today. JoenOpencerr'whi have Chapman cottage on Tenth street ed the opinion that pupils would
been spending-,- the "-"inter here, Mn. Lucy Hole who spent the for over year. :find themselves making higher
) '"} I Straw. D. Home and daughter left Monday'for ,their home in season here with her son-in-law trades In those subject In which

MtsV UaMh, left Sunday te Long Island" ", < and daughter,Mr. and Mn. Harold .... Mr. and Mn. Frank Shermanand they formerly recited the Hurt; two
takiBra. Horn* other daughter, : Sheffield left for her home in Mr*. Tomas and Cliff Tomas period In the afternoon, when
Mr Floyd Watson Mr Watson'stwo A. S. Moy who is employed in Danville, I1L, Thursday. of Coral Gable were Sunday, lest, lassitude and restlessness
children, Mrs. Home's daugh SL Augustine spent the week-end guests of Dr. and sirs. S. S.Shield! ptvailed.
I ter-in-law. Mr Russell Home, at his home here.P. Emil Criesbach\ left Wednesday
,i Hind the. latter' two children tot tor CoUingswood Ontario Canada -
T. Carmichael left Monday, where he will the
spend sum
Middteton, Va, where they
for Tifton, Ca., after a lx-month: mer. Here It Is
,spend, the summer at the home of Again
I visit with his daughter, Mr*. J. U.
Mr*. Russell Home' parent Mr*
I Free. I Mr and Mrs. Fritz!!: Schrader and
Horne and Miss Elizabeth are expected -
back in a week or two. BURTON'S ANNUAL
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Mr*. J. A. Smith and Mrs. Frank -.REDLAND CAFE
Skin are expected back today

from a trip to Oalneirllle. MBS A. NABOBS. Fn-p Daily Drop Suit Sale

t i .jf errand Mr*. W. Armstrong DINNER Mo PUTS LUNCH 13* I

bf Nile; Mich., arrived in Home-,

( 'C ; HERE IS now IT WORKS-

The opening day, Saturday, May 1st, every

; r man's suit on our racks sells at $21.95. Monday,

1 r KITCHIN QMKAIK WASHES RIGHT Oft ) May 3rd, every remaining suit tells at $1.00 less,

f or $20.95. Tuesday, May 4th at $19.95, etc., re-

g : I ducing the price $1.00 each day until the final day, '

onj aWw lllaH, tVnJj HKllnSMtUlaUal Thursday, May 13th, when all suits left on our

racks will sell at $11.95.
ftP Frtt-Ctft-ftJaaat

tTwIn. W Vi Remember, though, the longer you WAIT the

i I t e rr less chance you will have of getting your size in

IATH.Y r.* bean. sacral lots of U.tta bright eatWjiie i.i.bJ ,,the style-you prefer. Whether you purchase or

.%s. azr i factor of Owes hsq.modeesia. iliac *o say people sa to ltki ..- j, not, come in the opening day, Saturday, May 1st,
y a *< kilca* *,sad I gases they goes Balk of beat M ., fist quality and select suit. The values run as high as

\be all right foe coolU .purposes paints For ttfcciMM (sad .... $25.00; so the first day is Bargain Day.
... .
Perhaps folk. lib you sad 1' taus'too) f' al''Siatseor facet
< all thus loses,bat work l"7.. .., ** "I/*** .TT** This I Is your opportunity to buy at your own price but don't
t tL ti tr .. wait long and let the other fellow suit. Pick
m title hit 01 halos yea no work ""J" bags -, aiPrIl too get :your yoursize
I out of the following list:
wooden !- toy kitchea, ptrdato"-'ca\ [_
I lacy if you as* ny tes -I-Glo or Get a free colof cart boa fay S suite en one rack _._. ..__. ... also II
Frea-Co-Glo because ....,'..* so t aotboriasd dealer todaf mad take 11 rail M ear rack ,.._. ".____...__,-. size 14U
f oases M ease rack __. size 15
easy to pot oaaajdaa I! easy to keep aoVtotag of the pedal price be 41 suits on ear rack .. .. _. _._ .. she I*
}.n PA r epic sad spas like the pictore la I* elected; oa ., S ai-I-Glo sad It suite an e. racks _"_ ? _.__ she IT

aaagaaiMSj; rn-CoClo Paled obis wwlu 41 salt a* **r racks '_ ...._ _._ .. _.. .. size tlS7
1 The only dUTareace...... suit *. ear rack ._ _. ... _. .... use ItSI a
these two H..* oftBlatl 1* U tbetWaa. M Mil ** aw rack ..___ _.._ _. Bite 4S .
.SesUCIa j _J -- : salts err ear racks ._ ., also 4S
its yon a happy e Baits .* ear racks ...._. ? _" .. _. also 44
t + ...n_ bsrima tt Ugh _
? 4*
; .mil; ; DAVM COLk S suite on oar racks MN
L IIoef lol.- while l..co.GJae JWdaora, Mi 1 salt os oar racks ._ ._. -..-. ._ also isDtore
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t: Page! Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday April 30, 1937

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1'---' Social Events in Sou ih--l Dade :. :: t I



-- othy Sykes, Miss Geraldine Rafts, IV. tit

Mrs. Ernest!: Coop r WM given I yon Lee, Mr. and Mn. David Lee,, Mill Bonnie Myera and Miss ptia-. Miss Betty; Blake was hostess ata would be served In the dining!
surprise birthday party Sunday Miss Dorothy Carmichael, Miss; beth Skill spent a pleasant weekend .
buffet dinner at the home of her room.
afternoon by Dr. Cooper and their Lucille\ Carmichael James Hampton I that began Friday with a pot- parents.. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Blake, After the dinner the guests went
daughter, Mn. Portia Cooper Lee and David Lee of Miami; hick: supper at Miss Skill's home I
In South Allapattah Gardens Sat for a truck ride to the bay-; .
Guff and Mn. Lucia Cooper. Dr. Mr. and Mn Arthur B Commons, where they spent the night. Friday Those
urday evening. Partners for each present were; the, flev.
Cooper, a retired physician; from Mr. and Mn. Rowland Hazard,{evening they entertained at a course were found by matching and Mn. E. L. Nelson, Mr. and
Indiana, bought the former Petty- Mr. and Mn. Arthur Gulliver; Mn,dance Pierre McDaniel Bill Ar- pictures. The guests found the Mrs. Blake, Miss-Jane Gatlin, Milt
john grow on Talbott road several Gertrude W. Wlckard, Miss Helen thur, Robert Branch, Tom Collins
first course on the lawn in front Betty Lou Harris, Miss Grace Oy,
months ago and since then baa remodeled Hunt and Mill Jessie Sue and Clyde McLenden. Miss Frances Arthur Jack
of the house, and a note there directed Mary :
the home and Hazard of Coconut -Grove: Mrs Saturday the girls enjoyed an .
: them to seek the second j Gatlin, E. J. Graham, Ed and John
the grounds. Mn. Gotf who Helen LaMar, Richard LaMar, Mn Italian spaghetti dinner at the coune on the lawn behind the Hickson, Ed and Charles Burr
was formerly on the stage Philip E. Montanu and Miss Genevieve hem of Miss Myera then went to.(house. Another note informed j Landon HIckson, Donald Cries
la now dancing Instructor at the Knight of Coral Cables; Mr. Miami to the Olympia theatre.1 the diners that the third course i and the hostess. '
Gulliver private school In Coconut i ii. and Mra. Curtis X. Lee, Capt and
i. Grave and loin Lucia Cooper la a Mn. Schultz and Mrs i. Lawrence
\; member of the WQAM force. King of Goulds Mr. and Mn. Albert entertain-ed HOMESTEAD W. C. MEMBERS W. Turner Jr., Mn. Maude Ivans
t. One of the present Mr*. Coo rI Campbell Misses GwendolynXath1een'CampbeU I
received WM a large and beautifully and and MIA On Sunday the group visited the Mn. Ruth Godwin of Horrfc-' Plummer, Mrs. S W. Stillman
decorated birthday cake, and I Myrtle P. Kerfoot of Princeton;I Pan American airport and various stead presided as president at the Mn. Wayne Calkins, Mn Annie
this and other cakes were served Mr. and Mn.. H. W. Marsh, Mr. and otfier points of Interest In and district meeting of the Woodmen's Meisertmlth, Mri M. J. Drown-
with sandwiches and tropical Mra. WUmer Cut, Mn. H. a Field' around Miami and ended thel( Circle in Fort Pierce Tuesday. low, Mrs. M. A. Baker, Mn. H. J.
punch. and Austin Fields of Redland; Mn. good time with a supper at Miss Mrs. J. T. Martin served as attendant Armstrong and Mrs. Fritz Jack-
I The guests Included: Judge and Lucia Hanna Hadley of Washington Reltt's home. and Mn. W. D. Coker was son.JONELLE.

Mrs. Italstead L. Bitter, cousinsof D. C.; and Miss Lucia Lee chaplain.
Mra. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cooper, Miss Melba Sly and Lad CO-ED CLASS! HAS I Miss Nellie Mae Martin, granddaughter GIRL SCOUT SlAGLE HOSTESSAt IS
S. Klatler Mr. and Mn. Ken-, die Ooff. WIENER ROAST of Mrs. Coker and
n. The Co-ed Close of the Firs ter ot Mn. Martin, was dauh-I a meeting of the Homestead
Baptist Church of Homestead bald from the Junior and admit Girl Scouts Tuesday at the Tiofrie
I. f REV. AND MRS. A. A. KOESTLINE GIVE I a wiener roast In the Sunday school I ted to membership grove in Bougainvillea of Jonelle Slagel provisions for

:MYSTERY PARTY IN SUNKEN GARDEN building on April 22. Indoor Grove of Miami Among the the camp at Key Biscayne were
I I game such as Up Jinks and Going I presents she received was a diploma I decided on The hostess.served]
-- to Jerusalem were played. and pin from the district Girl Scout cookies and orange

Members of the senior league of were served on the rock table In I Those present were: Mn. C. N. manager Mra Myrtle A. Depew, drink.
.! the Homestead Methodist Church the garden. Walker, teacher of the class, Mill an arm bouquet from Bougainvillea Those present were: Mn. Frank
were entertained at a mystery Other present were: Mr. and Elizabeth Home. Mist Dollia Wol- Grove and a large picture Skill, the captain, Elizabeth Skill,
lam, Miss Ellen Vann, Miss Nellie Geraldine Belts, Grace Gray',
party Tuesday evening by the Rev. Mn. Lloyd Field, M... Mae WU- from Alamanda Grove of Fort
and Mrs A. JCoeitline. After Mae Martin, Miss Virginia Frick, Pierce. Catherine Craves, Athley Kemp,
Ii llama, Misses Antlonette and Helen
11 they had met at the church they Mays, Misses Helen and Grace Miss Dorothy Sykes Miss Bobble After the meeting the Home- Mary Frances Rutland, Marlon
followed Mr and Mr*. Koestllne Field Miss Llllie Brown, Miss Summerlin, Miss Christine Hughes stead party drove to Vero Beachto Edmonds Barbara Blggera, Margaret -
r. to the place of mystery which Belle Glbbs Miss Marjorie James Gibbs, Duke West Earl visit Mr. Martin's mother. Lawrence Vida Clark, Dora
Mary ,
Smith, Harold Lumpkui, Billy Scott. Vara Rheney and the hosess. -
turned out be the
to sunken
gardenof -
Redd, Miss Martha Close, Miss .
Mr and Mn. William Arthur Bill McConnell and John MICHIGAN VISITOR TALKSTO
1 Dunlop. Mary Bradley, Misses Annie May
Her they played game and and Estell Booth, Miss Beatrice REDtAND LADIES' AID I Loral B. P. W. C. members whottanded
roasted marshmallows In the fire Grumsley, Miss Leola Little, Miss' CONSTANCE SCIICRI Mn. W. 0. Armstrong of Niles I IMI.tI. f the district meeting held
: place tetXtato the rock wall of fire. Nella Souls, Miss Wsnetta Koest- HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY ., wei the speaker,rt" Rsd-. at the Miami laW.Cl'f'ek Sanlta-,
: garden line, Douglass Tower, Kermit J I Constance Scherft fourteenth land Tadfes' Ald-vtnetlng at the' rium Sunday were Mrs. bon Fer- I
i' Sandwich, cookies and tea Gibbs, and Gordon King.guarding ,birthday anniversary wM cdebraW home of Mrs. Geo. E. Duuet on rtyra Mrs. Sylvia Atklna Mn.

q' ed Friday evening-.t party lither Apr. 12, Mrs. Deuel. served Ice Flora' D. Myen, Mrs. Cha Clinton -
\ MRS. FRANK WWII GIVES ( the rights of married hum on Kings Highway. After 'cream and cookies. Mn. J. E. Gauzens and Mra.
TSEA1TRE HUNT FOR B.T.P.U I women. 'I the gifts she received had been Others present were: Mn Gco'Ben Archer.Mother's .

The Junior B.YPU enjoyed a The club voted to write to the opened Indoor games were played. i
local Ice cream. cookies and runch
representatives and senator
treasure hunt on the lawn of the
urge them to work lot this bill ,were wned by; the hostess Mrs.
first Baptk Church Tuesday afternoon -
with Mn. Frank Irwjji,1&0 la House Bill 141, and also F. S. Schorr.TO Day Is May 9tisse
othen present were: Helen
work tar the bill extending the
the leader, a* hostess (t;|The treasure -
Parser Jeanette Campbell Marjorie -
leatead ewtaptioit law to apply -
found Arnold McH-
was fey Moat of believe that Mother'
Webb Frances Webb, Eliza'" us
to single persona owning homesand
vain and Ray Anderson. Stunts I
both HaH, Rachel Common, Birdie Day 1* et comparativelyLord
the bill te keep cows from the '
were performed by various members. highways.' Home Goldie Oremwll, Eileen Baltimore recent origin. Yet actually history :

t All member were asked at the Scherr Mildred and Margaret tells us that In England
t Punch, sandwiches and cookies district rneeting In the Battle Week Field, Herbert Booth, Curtate Stationery rtrr during the Middle Age the
were:;: by Mr*. Irwlri, assisted Sanitarium Sunday, to work Sweet Billy Walton, Howard West, ID second Sunday of Lent was
Jas. Qilrner and Mi*. against House Bill 1M which Is Edward Kirby, Harry Pierce, Elmer for celebrated. a* "Mothering SUit-

T. C Bheckleford. unfair to rnarrled women,said Mn.Myen. Martin, Elwln: Cooper, Allen Mother' Day PACKAOI day" but unfortunately it
r Others present were Mary Rad- Pope, Mr. Scherr and Eugene, did not last. '

ford, Thelma Radford, Ann Visitors present were Mn. B. A.Waldln Ffancia and.Jerome?Schsrr. \\\\\\IIII1UI'NIU//t.'W/ It was not until 190 thai aserious '
ShacMeford, Catherine 1r.1el Miss Shirley Harkness.Miss .
MISS LUCILLE WEST attempt was made to
ford, Nadine Cibner Carol Walker Myrtle Kerfoot and Min Ruth CAM NOME
GIVES SLUMBER PARTY I :i Mother's Day' by Milt
t Mable Ruth Pope, Marjorie Owen Miss Lucille ::::, PERTUMI Ann ,Jarvis a Sunday .
Weal auttrtaiwd i Philadelphia
/ Sayer, Doris Kelly Geraldine Election of off leers will be held !
witit4, slumber party at the West for Mother scrawl teacher. In 114 Congress -
: \' 'Shepherd, Wynell Shepherd. June .0
at the next meeting May 10. is I i\ took legislative
Bight.. to
apartment ** Friday steps
: I' Vann, Geneva yarn, Fay Pler business session, with a pot hick Her guests were: Miss Bobbie $1.81 a 'establish Mother' Daa. *. a
Lola Pierce Mary Louise Pierc .'cl k.Mra.. B.
dinner at -JO L. Surnmerlin .It national institution. ? >
Miss Elisabeth
Mary. .
: Catherine Dlxon Doris Cheshire,J "
Bigger. Mn C IL Rice. Mrs.Chas. Kyle Mlas -CUzabettt: "McUwata, % ,
: Arthur Hall Van Gilmer Ray' Onion and Mrs. Wnv M. Min Virginia. Doney and Mill fWt81t3t+ates\ Xow we celebrate the second

j Andrew, Lynne; Irwin, Ctevi John will furnish the program.MRS. Eunice Watker.fRCARE. GALES 7rCHOCCHATES Sunday of May a* Mother's!:by.
Slondo, Alfred Saunders, Charles
J. Out
present custom calls ,for
.. : :
Ifto rteon. .aa.r
the giving of
\ GAT ENTERTAINS remtmbttiw* glib
r. ... AND T. CLUB for Mother on her dot _and,, stationery, cards.-gUt

IB. r. 'W. c. DtftCtrSSXflfTOREKNT j The F. LJ an4,f. Club met Tuesday $1 00 planned In' the sentiment 0< CbtapecJaJ .
LEGISLATIONThe I evening rv>e home of Mr* a Pound 'day rather Visa for Value,,

Homestead Business and Margaret Cay.-Mrs, Goldie I Woltr I \ t f That f ijj!l ,
$'rofeslonal Women' Dub Moo- won the mystery paclc.... Sandwiches \take;Is"why Rekalt.Drug i
r fitores
: SCOUT the lead
: fay evening had a practical lesion cookie,, cocoa: and marshmallows '! = In Mother' r
fin the passage,of bllla through were served by the bon True beauty demands I Day Gifts-for they are Wanned
FkMhliglit | especially Jor Mother iDay, :
and state teas.
tongues 'legislatures the best of caN at .11Umee = : Lovely candy bojtes that Aft
when Mn. Flora J) Mj n, prey Other present were: )Ira. Floe Wbstltef =
re u long after W' I :
dent, and Mr*. Ona Stewsrt. pub- once Pacetti. Mr*. Flora Compton wish a wave,.. fKW.a candy -* patesSpecial --
chairman Mrs Thelma Radford, and Mr, stationery packlsee,
tie relation introduced I roanleus,
'I : er any at
sp eLl Mother Day sends! +
( !nd ""put hrougar a bill ."'ale-,E. X, "IIr1. I Ii. the other essential Ma 3:4' yeuTl find them elf at the R !!
*. beauty
you'll timid
an Drug Store. jw*
the skilled spot totrs at

i. HOMESTEAD COUNTS CLUB I Pet'.' 111 Beauty serve Parlorseedy you LUNCH ICE CRAM : !

quickly at any time}.
r : Dine and Dance With Ut. '11 11t. a.r ..c-w.... aU ad Hot or Cold Dishes Hade .,1'rah D iyt''in1130 I

CkWwa SteakOilmen 'br AppoJritrtient t II 'PEJw ; 2 Duly
and' .)VA VI5$. :

Gettaine Hlkn Spaghetti Dinner Served Daily II Prices $3, 96, $7PAT'S. .

50c per order I THE .

.* We-Eoectoiy. r Solicit Parties I _EAUTY AlLOt I 7ke;. *Stare: i

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Friday April 30 1987 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page NIB* i

A bicycle ride followed by""apicnic PARTY GIVEN A1SQ&JNICHSEN HOME

[ Social Events J at the flab tool of Hamel -- 4
l stead High School was enjoyed tin Claude Carter of Fort Webb, Mr*. Oeo Ruthle, Mn T. S
Saturday afternoon by a group of Myer. who te visiting Mn A. O I R Sewtttnxmh, Mr W. C. M_
Junior high girl: Wanetta Koert- Cain, and Mn. R. L. Walker and, roe. Mn Lawrence Becker, tan.I j
I line. NIna Builard, Grace Gray. lira. Russell Home who were to Bruce Sunk Mn Paul Reynolds
YOUNG PEOPLE'S UNION HAS TREASURE Virginia Ktener. Mary Lewis and soon leave on vacation trip were I Mn. Pete Perkins, Mr*. R. O.

HUNT THAT TERMINATES AT ED'S PLACE Betty: Jan. Meybem. honored at a bridge party given by Glenn, Mrs H. c. Nichols, Mn. ,
Mn. John L. Scarborough and Claude Campbell Mrs R. R. Kin-
-- CLUB TO BURN MORTGAGE Mr*. George M. Sonatahsan on the nard)(ra. Gee. M Frkk. Mn. Joel ;
A treasure hunt that began at Min 'Leola .Lrrfl*. MM Martha Artaut MEETING evening at Apr 11 at the torn ofMn. ; J. ....-. Mn. C A. Buchanan.Mn. .
the Kphjcopal Church and ended, Close MU Helen'Field.Also LU- At the burin** meeting of the SanaiclMM Ja Florida City. c..* Ivey., Mr*. Floyd
at lie Brown MiM'W 1U hula Miss Woman's dub of Homestead on The honor guests were ooca Foglo, I\\(",. McDanlel Mra. Wake.
after intervening stop
eight Elide Sag. Mm Kathleen Base. Tuesday plan for the ceremonyof Mated with gift and bouquets held Mr*. DenIse Home, Mn.Lame .
Ed: Leedsfcalnin'i outdoor living MIA Elizabeth: Halnlin. MlM Betty burning the clubhouse mortgage tram the hMtoMM. and Min Miriam Burton
moon wu liven Monday evening Ann Manb U. MlM Myrtle i en May S9 were made. Mn W. D. In bridge Mrs George N.Wake-

by the ,Jtedland District Young 1 Cason Min EOTe Booth. In:1 Bishop to program chairman. field won the Ugh aeon prlie; Member of W. U. U. Circle:
Ptoftaf Union. The committee oml Kufeldt, Miss Willie Tbeee present were: Mn. Joel .1 Mn. H. P. I\c\ : aDieI. the second
in charge included His. Kathryn' Caaon. Miss Mary Bradley Mia Robinson, Mr*. Annie Butler, prize; Mn. Dexter Home the low i Three which meets: Tuesday with
Cast,Min Ellen Vann, Miss Chrie- EtiteUa Booth, Mill Mary McNelll H. C. Reid Mr W. D. Wolfe Mrs. erase prize; Mn. Howard Lamb Mn. Jaa. Gitaner an asked to see
tine Hughe, and Garland Wytm. Mill Annie Mu Booth, Miss Ruth Bishop and Min Jennie LobdelL the floating prlxa. Mn. H. Collier, Mn. At the big rock table cut In the Tower, MU Marjorie Bedd, Miss The room were attractively I Mrs. J. T. Martin if they desire '
hape of Florida a feast of andwichej Edna Booth Mill Mary Hanson The Calendar decorated with into, transportation to the meetingKADETTE .
salad potato chips p :kJu, Min Ellen Vann. fie Nellie Mae one, reee and other podre'-j
cake and l Iced tea wu spread Martin. Miss Christine Hughes. en The refreshment
Among those present were: Mill Kathryn Cast, Albert Haln Apr 3A W. C. T. V meetingIn ;with a pineapple butterfly salad i
Mr,. Ma. William, Mn Marshall lin. Virgil GrenneU, Edward Lit. BedlanJ Community. Church and pink and green drink alioj: and
Mlsi Eleanor Holferty, Mist War- tie, Harry Brown, John Hickaon, 230.Apr: represented springtime : StrombergCarlsonRADIOS
forte Sullivan, Min Betty Blake, Myron GrenneU, Cotcti Kufeldt, SO Pot luck upper for I Preterit beside the hostesses and I
MIa Either Pope,T Mtsf Grace Jack Carlund winter visitors of Methodist Church
Marshall, Wynn, .I
at home at A. S- Honor guest wen: Mn. Cain, MnP Harold a L _>Inrtt & Lyon
Field, Mill humid Lu KermIt Walter Moye. '
PoseyWas Clbbs. Coldin&
( B. Bird Mn C H. Steffanl, I
LUymay Campbell Mix Alice to* Adolph Lopez, Donald Cross, Clyde May l--May day dance, a swim 'Mn. Stanley Wlttkop, Mn. 3. A. M W. MOM IT or.sw .
pez, Min Lou Belle Grennell, MU Henderson, Frank Irwin Ji;, and ming pool benefit, at Homestead
Pearl Caion Mill France Lott, Edmund Watklns.Mn. Country Club at ':'0.

o May Meeting of Garden Club I
STB-DEB9 PLAN 1 Stanley Wittkop Tuesday at home of Mn. Elberta Bute.
FOR ANNUAL DANCE evening. The scripture readingwas May 3-Presentation of Shakes I
i Tha.' Sub-Debs made plan for given by Mn. Earl PacettL! peare's "Twelfth Night" by Miami
their annual lance when they met Jr., and Bible study was conduct!, Federal Players at Redland schoolat
Wednesday evening at the, homed ed by Ml Jennie LobdelL. MnkL 6 p.mMay
Miss Nina Pearl Bush Mia' L Poyver gave a report of the Homestead P.-T. A. executive -
Mina Dyal wan the draw prize. recent missionary conference heldat committee meeting at 10
I After the meeting the member, Tampa since Mrs. W. H. Nolan,
were refreshed at the Dixie Drug who wa elected a* delegate from a.m.May 7 R H. S. senior play I
bjr the hasten the Circle, wa not present "Out of the Fog".
Others present were: Min Mary Mn. John L. Scarborough was May S M. E. Church food
Frances Arthur Min Uenriette admitted a* a new member and sale.
Hartman, Mia Iva Dyal Min AKa Mn t D Bearup was a visitor. May 9 Homestead Girl Scout
Webster, Min Marcia Gauzen Mn Wittkop assisted by Mrs. troop' celebration of its seventh
and MlM Jane Keely. Pacetti served Ice: cream and cake anniversary.May! .
Present beside those named 10-Election meeting of
AKCME CLUB PLANS were: Mrs. Alvin Simmons?, Mn Homestead B. P. W. C.
FOR BHUNCR VISIT Cecil Walker, Mn Edward Carter, May 10--R dand District Ministerial -
Plan for entertaining the Mrs. E.,A. Buchanan and Mrs. Ted Association fish fry at &oln'nntt with
,,' Shrlnen who will be In Homestead Scant orough. Uatheaon hammock. .
on May 10, were made at May 10-Pot-luck supper SHERWIN-WI WAMS
VM Areme Club meeting Friday. REBEKAHS ARE GIVEN Baptist Sunday School teacher -I
Mr*. Albert Meybem drew the HONOR ROLL AWARD G. L Gault home. STUCCO&COt4CRETE Point
May U-Homcstes P.-T.
mystery package At next Monday night' meet
4 .
Those present were: Mn. Ceo. ing of Liberty Bebekah. lodge Mrs. meeting at I > m. I Do a fact lifting fob that, makes worn one!
W. Turner; Jr., Mr*. Wayne Calklna May IS All day meeting of
Margaret Gay, the Homestead worried I brick and stucco bosses young and bright
F. L. and T Club
Mri. Meybem and Miss Helen at home of Mrs.
Uvltigiton. representative the meeting Florence PacettL & again. This flue water-tight on paint stops penetration
the grand lodge in Lake Wale' ,win May It Meeting of Redland of rain and moisture, also lower fuel blllt,

TWO W. Jt 8. CIRCLES give her Mn.report Gay At presented this week'smeeting to Lad'x Calkin Aid at home of Mr*. Wayne cut down repolrt. Coma hi IN' pbana for o color

OLD APRIL MEETINGS the lodge an honor roll certificate May 14 .... Redland P.4. A. card showing the eight attractive color
Circle One of the W. M. S. of the .
I given at the grand lodge meeting. meeting at a 'P. m. Executive
Homestead Methodist Church
Present at Monda,'* meeting committee meeting at 3 B. m.
which: met at the home of Miss
were: Mr and Mr E. S. Capllng- May W Redlaad Uome-
Helen Livingston Tuesday after er, Mrs. Edna Strickland Mr I Demonstration Club meeting arid W.D.HorneCo.
aoor| made for holding
plan a Goldi Wolfe, Mrs. Blanche Chap exhibit.
benefit food sale for the church
man, Mn. Flora Compton, Mm I May 20 Homestead Home
bullying fund on May S. Pie F. L. SKILL Owner
Neecle Branch, Mn. Florence ,Demonstration Club meeting and
takes, salad and chicken salad
Pacetti, Mrs.< Matilda Fox Mrs exhibit 11 N. Krome Are. Phone 507-J
u 4wld\e. will be 1014-
< Tbelna Bedford, Mrs. Abbie May 23 Mortgage burning
Bible study on Christ' retuiv Groan, Mn. Mollie Wingate and, program of WO IQ'* Club of PAfNt HEADQUARTERS
reef >n and ascension was conducted 1
by'Mid Livingston. Mr* Gay,-__ _, ____ homestead. ,

Bauson' Those, Mn.prevent D. were 1... Bowen: Mr*,. MnCapllnger Ceo.. gDlllltlJllllllUlIJlliJlJj( ; (!!( IAlilllllllllllllU111111111111111H1I111110111i1pt11lllUlil/ / (! IIIIIIIIIII/J'JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!/ ( !( 11I111111 >mllllllllllllllllll

E. Mrs. E. J. Dyal
Mrs J. P. Anderson. Mn. S. E.

tVI iston, Mrs. A S. Moye, Mrs May-Day
Wyman and the .hostess. 11- I
T Young MatlOna': CircleMee
nd'was! held at the home 0111n

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; genuine givei4e I .

'IB Perinaneet, ,
am SOW"."-.... 60btiwdew :

a aroaaaC I Saturday May 1,9:302:00

;gins me Ares to do ossome k1d; ..Ina". ps, ;, SE

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Pare Ten THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, April(), 193'1.J :

I takes place May 10th. Th house I Homestead Thursday to assM Rev. fall to love with Orsino who i
iRlnIIIIII! iillilliUllmllfmmmmj :: i TWINS MIX UP
f'was attractively decorated with I JW. O. Fletcher, pastor of the ploy her to deliver love mea
pink and white streamers and First Methodist Church In a two- for him to Olivia. Olivia falls

j 20 Years Ago heart*. the color chematelnf: carried week avangvUatte campaign." LOVE AFFAIRS IN love with Viola who has take (
I out to the utmost degree. Mrs. -"Dr. W. J. Barton I* real busy' name of c.**rlo. Thin there]
'Gamble and Mr*. Horton delightfully theme days building a back porch Cesaro( (Viola) In love with
sang several selections. "i and bathroom on the pastorlum." TWELFTH NIGHT"Twelfth alno. Orslno In love with Olivls i 6
j III 11I11I11I11111I11I1 1/1111I111I11I/ 111111"11
_Commencement exercise wen -"J. F. Culpepper and family have Olivia in love with Ceaario.
The ,.......... Reiss "we .F "
..... r... ..... .* ...n.. a.woods..eeI..wui.h.d held Friday evening. Mid Fuehs rented the Sistrunk house. Sebastian then comes onscene.
.... I*, gars, read the graduation essay and addresses -"The Lone Scouts met for asocial \ Night the William The complication, and '
Uw Swill ,....... ....w ... I Shakespeare to be '
H evening in their club house play presented aults which then ;
Prof. Fisher "mutt
made -
..e.d IM e1. If... wit .... *_ were by I :
now,........ Prof. Asbury Hon. It S. Phil- her Monday evening." Florida Monday night in Redland School seen to be appreciated"Tact
lips. U. 8. District Attorney and City). '. : auditorium under the auspices of,
-- ... F. s. Loomis and Mrs. J. Prof. R. E. Hall The announcement "Mrs. Ralph Moon I* visiting at the Rotary and Lion clubs. ,: theitory I ,
L. Ishmael delightfully] entertained was mad that the school the home of G. W. Moon." I of Sebastian and attractive A certain theater has found J
in honor of Mia Bessie Harris of tl to 4, -"Mm.. J. M. Bauer and childrer.. twins who would havebeen
bonds carried by a vote --- ----- -- means of making women rl1'QC\\
:Thursday afternoon.. The occasion thus Insuring an annex with four I spent the week-end on Florida Identically alike except for their hatt.
we a mtoertlaneous howr. City canal the guest of Mrs. Geo. I their difference in dress.
rooms to care for the needs of the Before the performance an ,
The outer scheme we pink and school." I W. Kosel and Mile Eleanor Bauer, .: Shipwrecked in a Atocro. ViolaIs appears on the screen: "The :
whit and was curled out In every Contractor Umphrey It pushIng learning the art of spearing fish. .saved but Sebastian floats off agement wishes to spare aid
detail Prizes were given the win- the work rapidly! on the new! Mrs. B. Kosel and daughter on a mast. Viola lands in a country .ladlet inconvenience. They] a
o. .' ners of the various contests. MM. ally hall building: It will be I Miss Margaret, spent a few days I, ruled by Duke Qnino who is i Invited to retain their hats." .
Prldgen, winning tint prize In one fine improvement when completed" In Larklns and Miami last week." In love with a beautiful girt named! There follows a general )

contest and Mrs. Percy L. Carlton -"Mrs. Henry Schumacher was Olivia. I peas to remove hats.- "
winning In the second con telL Miss "Miss Gertrude Hoenshel enter- hostess to the needlecraft club on Viola decides to drew as a man .ta1i/

Harris was presented with a large tained at COO at her home on Monday Wednesday afternoon a large and become a page for Orslno. She WANT ADS ;
basket filled with beautiful gifts ..
evening Miss Carrie Lou Gray number enjoying her hospitality."
from her many friend The packages and Henry Prldgen being the prize -"Mrs, Luther Ogden Mrs. Fiver
were all opened for every one winners. Those present were: Mrs. McSweeney and two daughters .
to see and admire. There were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Prldgen, Mr. were Miami callers on Mon- II I-

thirty-flv ladies present, making and Mr*. Lewis Twyman, Miss day." I
t' I pleasing picture In their pretty Eunice Nixon Miss Clarke Cole

afternoon dress**. Miss Harris was Miss Carrie Lou Gray, Miss Alma Funeral Services Held Sound "Movies"Boy Ii
)ovel)' In whit organdy and pink Llndgren, Miss Othella Fuchs. J.

taffeta, wearing I picture hat. The :B, Bentley, B. M. Duncan, Chas.T. For Airs. Iva Lee Ingram :

hostesses served delicious chicken Fuchs, A. H. Armstrong, Henry
; salad, aalUn, olive*. cake and I Freeman, and C. B. Colby Jr." Funeral service for Mrs. Iva ,glg01lr-
punch. The favors wen dainty -"The Ladle Aid of the M. E. Lee Ingram. 28. who died at ..... '

little pink baskets with silver Church); South met at the home, ot Miami district hospital last Tuesday Scout Benefit .
..; hearts filled with tandy and nuti." Mrs Joseph'on,Wednesday after were conducted Wednesday
-"The young men of Florid City The ladles afternoon la the Goulds Baptist '
noon. present were .
: entertained the B. M. C, girls with :
Mead.meal..W. Connor, E. A. Sis- Church with the Rev. Noah Peterson "
\ I banquet at the hotel and social trunk, Geo. Campbell Homer Sullivan officiating. Burial In Palm ,

party and dance at the pavilllon J. D. Redd, W, J, TweedeU. cemetery at Neranja, was In chargeof '
1 here Friday evening. Came were i i L. S. Mowery. W. A. Mitchell. Joel Turner Funeral Home of }his' Special l. r Flood J :Pictures'f
enjoyed br the! .you" people 'it t tI Davit M. Q. Simmons, E. A. Pas. city.Mrs. : ._ : ,
I the pavilllon until about 10:30: tlneau and Horton." Ingram came to the Redland
r o'clock, when all went to the hotel
District 14 year from Bainbridge -
-"Mr". and Mrs. C. T. Fuchs gave ago Also
where they found the banqu.ttable .
Ga. Beside her husband .
a basket picnic last Sunday In hon.
ready for them. Many William I. Ingram of Redland, the
or of their daughter, Miss Othella
1 oasis suitable for the occasion leaves three Eugene, William I j
the first sons
and I graduate the Homestead PATIIE SOUND COMEDY ;
were given I good supper was High School. and Douglas; one daughter, TheiI -
enjoyed by all. After supper after the I ma; her father and mother, Mr. '
: returned to the pavilllon to they t Immedlatel"l and
the Rev. W. G. Mrs. Ira Bell of Vero Beach; .
i until about 12:30: o'clock. made their way to the I three brothers, B. W. Bell of West andFEATURE 'J
/ was furnished by I victrola. On
Palm Beach, Jack and Vance Bell!
home of the Fuchs family to par-i .
t leaving three cheer and I tiger of Vero Beach; and four sisters; "
i for the B. M. C.'. and the "Single take of their generous hospitality Mrs D. M. Hutchins of Jacksonville STORY .
I. .
Covers werjet for fifty and
I Sons of the Sunny South" were: all hands were on deck to enjoy i I ; Mrs. J. T. Pickett of Canal ,i :,
; given. Those present were Miss I Point; Mn. James Floyd and Miss
the good things and the good cheer'at I
Rosalind Oarfunkel, Miss Freda
I Bessie Bell of Vero Beach. '
IL" I I"Mrs.
Oarfunkel MIst Lorraine I .- ,-". h. ', '-
/ funkel. Miss Rosalyn Becker, Frank Skill and Miss R UTumage I i
t Isabel Becker, Miss Eula aar-j have left on a trip to JOHN G. RAUJCT POST KO. to I

i, per, Mill Margaret Washington D. C., where" they AMERICAN LEGION I Neva King Cooper Auditorium j
)j William Mead. Marrlx Qarfunkel, I will spend the summer. U et* Bl a4 third W 4nml.i i
Clarence Sheffield Horace Potter '--"J. U. Free and R. F. Tatum a p. m* Aiwlxm hulas Hide. 0

,. Robert Burrell, Frank Roberta and motored to Miami on Friday in J. told MM *(.flre| Swtlh Krwh* Ara.H.an.wtr.d .. 8 P. M. SATURDAY '
u. ."
new .uper..lx.8.
: eta.
Leo Mauser. (Florida City.)
L Moser has sold 80 acres _._.
-"Mia* Eunice Nixon was the hostess
of Moaer's
addition west of townto
at a luncheon In honor of
a company which will develop
Miss Bessie! Harris at the home of It."

Mrs. Prldgen Th tables were -"The mother and aunt of Dr.J. GOOD GLASSES
tastefully decorated with yellow 1 B. Tower expect to leave sometime lOc for All
and while, the color scheme being next week for their horn In PROPERLY FITTEDwill
Uniform throughout An excellent Kansas." .,

five-course luncheon WM served, -J'Th. young ton of Mr. and Mr*.
after which the guests wen enter-
Henn was taken up to Miami recently
tained by piano selections by Mist and put in the care of Mrs,
Othella Fucha. The afternoonwas Reynolds who reports that the I -
ulI".rFR011 -
, I. pleasingly rounded out by progressive child la Improving rapidly. I .tI
, 500, Miss Gertrude Hoen. -,"The Rev. Jno. B. Culpepper. 1
ahel being the prize winner. TheM veteran evangelist, arrived In STRAIN AND mIitf
ladles were present: Mist Alma 4
TJndgren MiN Carrie Lou Gray, --- DISCOMFORTFor
Miss Othella Fucha, Miss Gertrude DR. B. F.

Hoenshel, Mrs.Morgan H., L.Mrs.Cook. Tom Miss'Gertrude I' STEBBINS'ReoIa&ere4 Optometrist I Perfect Vision.. I *f tA

-L4 Breaker Mill Eula Ray, Miss Lena I M TEARS' Consult
Fuchs." Practice IN Homestead -
-"One of the prettiest showers of Rooms 0 and 7 Dr. Ncucnschwander

f; the season was a china shower given -i McCrory Arcade Dr. B. GonzaezOM'031ETR1STS
at the home of :.I... I. R. Mat- Hours:
thews on Wednesday honor of: Saturday .__. T:JO to lop. m r .'-

Miss Gertude Morgan, whose .p.- :MAIN OFFICE: "
preaching marriage to Roy Flora' HOI W. Flatter, Miami. Fla I''US Venetian Arcade Miami -- _-" .

Phone: 1-21I.-Z-71S1 'After May 1st. Halcyon Areade-4

DIU1.A.BE11GERDentist I Dr. L W. ttebblits, Associate I' Phone 1.In: W.INYOlIUYTNE

Calox. tile Oxygen tooth powder whichptnetrataa .Why rink your money on! unknown tailor

Avenue to the bidden crevice berveea the blades when a well-known quality btada7win -. t .C ,
36 N. Jerome teeth. Pleaaant Refreshing: Protects the gun 'ProbaIc Jr.sellsat4for Ion BuatollneatecJ,. .
and I*economical to ma. < .honed and stropped by special proc.

Upstair TRY CALOX AT OUR EXPENSE **HthIabUdaevcrpullsarliTitBt *.I>robk t Q :1

of Office Hours 8:30-1i3: + .. What Colon will d* for year teeth I* easily Jr. is wads by the world's largest IIIaket of fps
demonstrated by you hi yn r mm hen at ear gavot 11iadet-anol Is gold b1 deaLn
OfKX EVEMNOSAt 1ftI7o. 4
aipras U) la the with i
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.w Whom Start the with
day Profcak Jr. and I
AirOINTUKCT Bam and address and mail It to as. You will ?
receive ibtotottir Int a test can of CALOX Mart taring money on share. '
TOOTH POWDER th* powder owl sad
more people art acing very day.

and IIJCaMOM Rosans, IX: Fair*J.. CMS > PROBAK

> StrombcrtrCarlsonRADIOS> ...t am a II day trU W CA10X room POWDER at MSM. spew 1s
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i,' .Friday.. April 30.1937 THE I EA DER ENTERPRISE Page Eleven

i) .' '.."' "' LEGAL NOTICESIN I .
Better Team Work SERMON

" ( Seen in H.H.S. Cage ...- -.,., S1"1' Two CIRCUIT rmcirrr OF or THI rvomv 0:1111ITUIPITHJUDICIAL : IN CLASSIFIED ADS"RATE : I


Scores on Saturday Apr. ZJ w- Morning sermon: I 'f't; DADS TAX :;=, PLO p DA.ITNd : First Insertion lot a line; subsequent Insertions
"The. Uplifted Christ! evening RaMMjdiatNot Ss a line
ermines: "The Prodigal ** of rropoord Volldolwa. of l.Le14"wear I
f; In the third round of the Sltt'l ........ ., itself.. Ta.III _.
; urday morning basketball league, Comes Hem*. The Rev. I. C. -Irool DMrM No a of Dodo Coaaly
FOR RENT FOB SALE A new host tl.00.
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Sims ef Miami who I* et bdue'CIM Dated May I, IMT
i at the local high school gym. htghtr TO Tin M TAXPAYER ANO CITISrNSf Used while enamel toilet stool

icorcf Indicated better teamwork tag revival MW la preeess SPECIAL ,IlIM / IMA.TRICT HOUSE: IN FLORIDA CITY for M SO HolUster Sage Eaat KingsHighway.
will be the speaker. NO A Or ; COO(ft T.1'.1PLORlnA 1
t. as I result of experience INsk. ,, rent by year Furnished or unfurnished H mile east ot ICrome

gained In working together during Prayer neellBg service at :: A.edp = (idea as = ... i i Inquire LeederEn.I j
( \ the last two week, al well M In- 1:SI every eveningntKISTIAN daily ad Is Loan so.O5d terprlsc 'EASTER LILIES M a bk om.i .
w.m W lilt H.We Peal D.
F* t creasing accuracy In finding the J.dso of lM cle mil even at 1M!I i! Mrs. W. D. Coker, N. W. Krome ,

r" !\loop, not only from the field of IC5.th Sather, Cinm/l tI ,tho ...... rI FOR RENT Furnished house tor
i norlda la and for Uw comes of Dodo, I
1', play) but also from the free throw Apr M. INT, aaalaol Uw Scot ot rued, summer or by year. Apply A. oranges, -
line. May I .....n-ae1'lDOll1 _.1_ H. tkroatk tao Rtau Attoranof 1 I Nabort, Redland Cafe. (s2JIf) I gerines, grapefruit, fryers, eggs,
; "Everlasting" ......hment." MM Clrnrit to now MM M the. I4tkday I Dr. Shanklln Grove Mi mile
" The tint game ended with KJr- of May. IMf at Uw hone of I* o '-.1, I I!
: A. M. .. MM oay. at Mw Commit Court FOR RENT-S-roora furnished west of Florida City o30-U
ty'i team winning at the expense Racer la tin Crjurllloiin la Uw car al house, modern N W Hth I
f Sulllvan'i term, by a wore of Mlaail. hi .... Ooooty of" Dade la MM Ct.,I street L. O. ILII' (pa23-30) I FOR SALE 10-acre 20yearoldI
HOMESTEAD METHODIST ..... wky "'._ General Rofmdfcwloa
j' ;, 47-22.. Kirby and McMichael furnished CHURCH Roado proposed ba lot fsa.d .y said slowing I grapefruit grove 800 Marsh

'r." enough of the firework to ockool DIotfM III... a of Dad. May. ,[i foR RENT Nice cool fumUhr seedless trees, 24 old Taylor>>
; ....... Mt ... ,
< put their team comfortably In the May I Meriting meswf And If .., mlMoiod......_ and or oHIoM ooaflrawd of sold ed apartment Private bath, avocado trees, I few Persian
Ji lead McMichael with 21 points "The King's ...."; a?* lal Sfwclal Tu Stonol" Dfalrht No t kM any reasonable Ask at Western I lime trees. Holes blasted and
music by the choir. Evmlngmceaagei MMO to MOW Why said bawds okooM oot''1
4"II" high point nan for the fame; ko haood aad wlld.W oad ooonrowd. k> : Union. (m2 tf) I made up Tor 171 trees. Tenant

, -'". Slrby.mw Moood with 14 point "Jeanc'lng Towards k PMOIrod to ihow Mk MOM o4or. MUi' house Give away price: cash

the quick and accurate paining of the risen" Whereof the Urd wart WITNKK ol the MM mr ilnotaro Haw. tad..ad-fffclal Ml I I i FOR SALE down $1200: remainder (ROD

Kirby'i: team was too much for Said.. .t Hlaatl. la Dodo c....,. riorUa. thin federal land bank mortgage payable

1, the Sullivan team which seemed mk ICInoH day Court of April tWI till) !1 110 ACRES fine fruit land, on oiled In 24 years. Address Grove

d be bm'* 4ered at tlmei Sulli- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN R a. LIATHCRMAN road: nicely located, cloae to I| Owner Box (28, Letder-Enler-

.: .. n who 'Icortden points was the CHURCHMan Cirri of' Uw Clow"ClmrH d Cant Fkwlds of Uw I. EMweth neighbors. 12 nice coconut palms. I pru*.

,J ly man on Wit"learn \> Kort eoaKtcntly = Omwy.fly and fqt Has been partly In grove MOper i
t/; Veralnc worship. M. 111 1711. Desoto, acre .'.. R L RED FRYERS-Uve or dress
I' CfV Glary cash. j
"The IttsvKa'rt an,ttbedlent IETrRS-IY KRMp. j :... I .d. Fret delivery In city Phone
j I In the second game between Life"! evening worship!Tres \ Pis ld..wMiami. I I 20 ACRES which 83S-M McEwen Poultry Plant.
I. Chapman and Branch bYterianlsm". Miss Mary olbHori, for FMftloMT I IlApt of 5 acres are I

1, e teams were evenly Anne Brew presides at youngPeoples' N. May I. 14. Ill i glade, balance pine land. About MISCELLANEOUSPIANO

:'It ring! the first half, which ......1 Meeting. 271 neglected trees-grapefruit.
{ IN Tim 111'1'1' or TRI KI a-viNTH oranges and tangerines-can be
ith a score of 19-U Fast i I
J -- -- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT or ri.OR'T/A INIPKTtAI : TUNING an. repalrtn*
"t. [ quick breaking from defense AN') POI yes COUNTY ODA DR. I: reclaimed. ".150. Can make
I for sale
Good used cheap.
base hit ot the<< game. a double. TAX: KTHoOt DISTRICT some terms pia.io
., offense made the game very Y Or DACE COUNTY" FLORIDA I I W E, Koon 113 N. W. :lr4 St
Redland NO.1
." id. The third quarter found It II RHllson tltknwr. ... STATS or .FLORIDA Phone 71 H. A. CAMERONFOR I
II __ apend.nt.N.ties .
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j!.*m teams Chaptnarr even, but decided at this that point the E. Campbell, rf .___ 2 1 0 aid General of Propowd1 RWoadlaf validation load, of of angle till I i SALE Tropical plants, citrus I| WANTEDFRUIT

\\ L Graham, Ib I 2 0 V.1 --- 1M...... N. f of Daft Comely. I I tree. and tropical. fruit In !
game had gone fir enough and took; PM1d.. Daiwa WANTED Roadside
May I KIT season. Jungle Grove, Redlairl -
E Edwards
3b .. _. 1 2 0
*Btter Into hit hands ; TO TMR TAXPAYERS AND 1 1Or
l' own His CITlrKVS
'' lipid and accurate shooting broke R. CaMPbell, P _""._. 1 1 1 II SPECIAL TAX 'SCHOOL DISTRICT I II I road and Plummer drive. |; Trading Post Goulds. (123-40
,; the otherwise tight defense of the Greenwood. c .._._.. 2 1 1 I Notle: k.Nkir dim that an tnuaiilr '' 1833 Ford V-t coupe for sale: 1937 : WANTED TO BUYSugar cane,

i, Branch: team and when the final It Chamber _.. 0 0 0 MUM ed.b. intend tINt HoumliM to Uw =Paul mIHM I> tag, good condition; $321 E. M. mangoes, all kinds of tropical

"' Whistle blew the score was Chapftan Ylblen, Ib _. 0 i 0Holt B..... l_ al tilt Clmll Court W the D ,, Froscher, Florida City, Tel 3004. fruits and produce

49: Branch 33. Failure to t'f ......:.........- .. 0 0 0a [ FkmUl. JudfcUl Clrralt of Uw 8<., of" I I 1 E. 135th street, New s.yreriti.
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....... to and tar Uw c...... of M 'FOR
Hack on defense on the part of the April M en. against Uw SUM of rim. ,, SALE Pullets ready to lay
; Branch team may be said to be the 8 2 :M.; Nqolrlw,K. tkrowk the last AtMr. I!I i! Also broiler batteries. Shanklin WANTED TO BUY 10 or 11
ft MM Cronies k> >ko" MOM the land In
u of combination
Miami EI1Ia4ra a II IE Grove ( acres
reason for the loss of the game I4lk. day of Mu. 1M7. .l tilt bear of ,in pa23)
Fred Chapman, with 24 points I Hausenbaur II _.... 1 0 0 itConH!I..h. A. *. meld .". 'N" *.-. well developed section electricity
i was Rainey Ib _.__..... 0 I 1Henshaw Room In Uw CMrtkniM lo th. c". Owner Is most desirous of selling available Give full >
$Igh point man for the and w Miami, .In lm deny to'
t game f heats ht Mid. (-room, frame house. all modern i
Clear Cloninger, 4eammaU _._ .. 0 2 0 I..u't.' why 11._ 0.wal RoMndlnw I tlculars I am prepared pay
a who with
improvements a great
I Hire c _.._ ...._ 0 0 j .t. a.--d ,.bI. -S y said S101 | from H to *4 cash for the right
fid good defensive work, scored t Tax III-bog D''... If.. 7 >iumts. Bowen on Branch' Robinson II _.... 0 0 1 .b-uld at h. ."Ild.t.d spa .....n_. all bed linens and table linens: e I tort of land. Perfect title expected. -

t team scored frequently and was Cobb 3b ..__.... 0 0 0 wmlel And If Ta.an.&I"......01.trkt_ or oftl N. .T,ban of said I wonderfully comfortable home. G. L. Randolph :S17 W. Calendar

high point man on his team with Wllllna, Zb __...._ 0 0 II ream M show whit mid'Smds moment, asp i I This Is offered at $2.00. Make an I Ave. LaGrange, Illinois

I'j (I points Dodaon, another Branch Cox, cf _.._..,_,..._. .... 0 1 8 is M ass./red brn-d and'to show alldsend each sd"' .'.ollrod.b.fan said I. offer which either can for meet cult or on terms (pa 30)

Ann who is showing consistent Im- Cappa, p _........ .. I 1 amat the MM HIM I and :_. 'I you II. A. CAMERONPhone I

t 1 irovemept; hat his game, scored 1 i Wund, p .......:..... 0 0 0 Ml WrtNFm ot If 10",1.mjr In Signature node damn..d JPIdrt.nfflrl..1 I 7} Ifemrstead Fla. LEGAL NOTICESIN

j i joints.t 1 this Both der d Anne 1007.ICIr.nk I i
1i court AranR. I NICE MODERN HOME two bed- iN TRR II'IWTY S1'M.S'e. (waT IN
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Saturday morning Sullivan will i 1 R. LEATHERMAN I AND FOR nAOII ('()IINT,. .OI'DA
ijay SUMMARY: Base on ball*- R. Clerk of tIw ch.'i Cornet of the EbontI' rooms bath and sleeping porch. !I rRORAT NO. TTIt
Branch at 9 o'clock and Klry J..o..I.1 Cl cult of Florida in :IN Kit: KSTATK or JOHN W. THill.
sea Faces
for east, nice acreened-
Campbell, 3; Capps, I; strike-outs. 1 roomy .
and Chapman will play at 10 Dade C Capps 2; Roy Campbell abase; : Divas Clark.RYI In front porch with furniture and or INTENTION TO MARS Al.
clock 'J icWI" t
''' ( P1.ICATIllIfoil riNAI OI..IIAIWI'':
hits: Greenwood stolen E. garage $2,500. Cash or terms I
bases: W C K.mMloml. I Nirttol k hang flea that I haw fll.l
Campbell, Rainey, wild pitch: Florid. *, owns.. mr final rawer old pMllfcia f. Plant lib

Campbell Pitches Campbell, 1; sacrifice: K. Chambers oolfcHon for PrtrltourIAr. .... May T. 14. A) SIX ROOM HOUSE three bedrooms ehwvt of M Jd Aarlltary.. W. Tkam. KiMuUra" MO. d.r of,Mi-.l the and kvitaU :

Holt; passed balls: Hlse 2. I and bath Nice Urge I that oo the Sot a day of April IM1 I .III/
apply t. tlw Hoourakl. W. r Mo t
Greenwood, 1. NOTICE OP APPLICATION POI TAX; rooms Faces south on prominent Mate Judto of Dad. t.urtr. ......d.. lorppn
Kedland Hi SchoolTo Time: I hour 48 minutesTurner's l1In I street Extra target roomy scrcen- I I .nl of MM laal Mart Mill ,I....I..Idu.baryu
NOTICE II MUmr GIVEN that TV M Ancillary Rionitrli of UwBrUU
Brandon Co ln>. SolHu .. ft, ed-ln porch. 11,500 cash I i of Jabs w. no.......... dw.-... .
An 8-2 Victoryhigh Cltf ft Intend Tu OmlflraM hnmonwlllf This rllk day nf Hunk IM1HRkMA .
avid 4IM. data the 4ik dr of L. TIIOMPIWINAl ,
Funeral Home A. a IM4, kM road MM Ctftir... 20 ACRES LAND, suitable for Ancillary Lein'!. of tk. r.uta
oir nfflM. >nd kM ..... .DDu....J// Jlme grove $ 00c.h. I of J.a. W. TkompaM. *.-HII
Duelled Redland it ttV'Ailnt'L\.' CF. SERVICE too dead to bean HwrMii ,in ... W RUM HIIRTONAIMnoy
high School to an 8 to 2 victory wHk taw SoU Certification Mnbnn for AnolDary. E Lady Attendant folkiwliw owcrtUd proiwrty In the Cow.t .f 1A ACRES LAND, near ally limits i. ii. ti. m>
over. Miami Edison High School'ih.tebali of Dodo. bow of norM, ......., i suitable for kind of I
teem a( Rrdland Tuesdayafternoonrthereby Phone 114,R Homestead, r... aatof- l 8 of SW Our of thaiunion I Ilub. any grove 1.11 Till COUNTY' J".K'N COURT It
roan-S of GM IT; W.tt?. On power line, fronts on o:led AND mR DADS COINTV ri ORIIIA.
gaining revenge 01 Lmrw; CHI far P. O. H. I I IN I-RORATK NO MIT
for I game which wa* forfeited to ........ P to ""'at III feet w. of Ire.car" road.$600 cash.See I IN Rr: MTTATF or JAWKI A. 'oi'VR.r.y .
ter, n. I. Ie ..... 1'''. W. tor !
the Edlsonltet lit Miami lost week i J. T. pInt s..0 P. 0. N.' th. N. t. P. p. 1 HENRY BCIIREN BENJ. cooTR '()f'' u'u..ON 'l'CIIIAKI'I II'.
It when a. protest arose over Camp I TOMERLIN ).. Undo M B nMon U Towaolllp: ; M ? or I PLICATIiie 1".11" FMAI IIllt'HARlltI,
> bell's TRANSFER Kootk. lie... 41 KMI la the ClIo of MORRIS, north of ten-cent W'I Nogo M AmnLe. t4... that I b... 1110.1
pitching delivery. Miami County of Iteit.. state of rose.Ms. ( and for PtoolDlarKMkl
I f al rOBiK palsies
Campbell n-cciasoR TO .. c. UIRPBT we _........'la Cortlffrato No I on Krome avenue. Phone No. at tJtrMar al tk. ...,. .II
j WM just enoughto Freight, Dirt, Wood Shavings 1tN. TIlt ammm.nt of Mid or >. I I J OHO a aVowr aV.ar.id: aad Ural on Uw
be effective, striking out eight arty undr tIw .W Conitksw booed NOTICE I I! Both d.y of April., I Ml. | will apply e. IkrHoaoTohl.
eta. Hauled w. hi the ...- of I tlabn.wa.
1 w. r Hlantoo. Conalp J r.knof
men and ,walking only three. Call lt-K Homestead basis t* fort S. of IW c.,. ._ _loa I Matthews it Zilllgcn Inc.. place lade Coaol ......... IW .._..l of
t Greenwood got the only extra- pamalnine' of Lot IT. Wit.... I lob. tI of business Homestead Fla. did !I MM noel rowort Lemon CUT few P. o. B. Tk B to an Biomass: the ........ of Jom,. A.
KnlM III If* W of HburrM rUr on the 22nd day of April. 1931 file _. -
Tk. i. 4 fTk. W. to Pont g. of I Ip in the office of Secretary of State I I Vatod l'to tllk' day ..f M..rk. l>rJIMMIE
F o Boo TIN N. < r... M p. O. a. A. formAt
"r\lfU7Q' ...... to oWtkK JI To.iwklp U loath. of Florida a duly authenticated 1| It._ of l*. ftMot. uf .r/.mmA
Maps ..... 41 CM, to Ow City of. Miami. i resolution adopted by the stockholders ........ _
Couotr' of Uod.. ... 1
star of .. .. uonkmoid W. KOM HtTRTOMAttorary
III Certificate N. ..... Th* under the provisions of for ga ewe4

A. R. LIVINGSTON :w OrUftatto'Mill at Mid based Brawny WM to ndor the the I I.f ',Chapter 10084 Laws of Florida,' UPHI I. *. II It MlrWaolo
., Act of showing the dissolution -
** 11._ 1.21 1101'11"1 or APPUf'ATIO" POll FAX
REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER V elm, Mid CartIt..... Mall U ri.ii j of such corporation and thai; DrEn

,, Registered Land Surveyor l- d0reroe :.I*. >I..Ioo-, t of.June dxd, A. D..i,Secretary of State Is satisfied that! NOTICE
'\ tell, the requirements of law have been .,,1>1,... knldoy of Mat. and Coaol T..
[ ..,... ah via. ,.. of April. A. b. III"); I CorttfWou: Ma. I4VW kawd tkr Srd ..., n f
TiMl17.bY HOMESTEAD FLA f. B LRATrlKKMAN complied with. A. D 'IHI. ": l
Clark of t fro a Own J ft ZILLIGEN. I :'I\ h..A., ".J-.I: : ; : ton

Mar Correp. Fkwkk.Cltent Mod k hr knrd larroM.. RoM (V.Uftwu
Coon II. C. sTERRETT 0.C. : 1 .._ the follownw a., itod
.J ..... I orooMtvrbrMo at Ik* Couatj .. Kada, _.. ..'
I Apr 10. May 7. 14. II. Ml. Buy a Home to-wit.
'HAfcRY'S WELDING SHOP II Lot I. Blnk 1. Coral Cabin ('..n.
NOTICE Buy Grove Land balsa'. kWkda plot l.k II. i..:,;
: .. NMIr* M kvnkr limn that .... iwdor.rirnrd an, la CWMr of Uadr (tal
'1' PRINCETON, rLAPortaDle : sill rMMdiM a kill M UM names Buy Glade Land I Itt PTatds.The OHOJrlBIIBi of MU prHMTtrlho .-tw
MMbo t MM 'Iwhlotwo of HM l
M : ;
;1\ :: cH/ MM. lortMlrou lowed 'M io u* wind
'I rk>ndo la onwMl Hw rkonor of ,. .la Ana belief thai Min 1 i .
Electric and Acetylene Welding m Cylinder Block. ; of relink 15,. nt BM k. Kk...., .*.. ,> my II, i ftarok II HoaorMM ..
toM sa.lsou
Unless Mtohtra.1 held n1
..d __lot.. thkomdarlM ,,f MUMHkllwIllr er prices are Imminent.Don't I I *
Cyhie; *r heads. Aluminum Coatings red. Baiters.Jfc .. d dl.. p.w. I do
rkoiwlM UM koapdtrwiof
1.t I' certain bseaeh. thvrvtn quibble about price 10 I I.r.1':. lb. lisle took,
Aistonettlni aV C-._ 0<..r on the firs Moadoy >
Macblne Repairing-Catering to "re.sln main TVi-KUt Don w" '.
I 'A..E.lti hi the womb of JMO. Ittl wfcl r:,feearbig loans: ( and aligned iMamlng consorting red pouring an. UK 7t 1 Buy ....,. '' 1lk doy of J_. IMTP
I .M tktl U"> +981 ,fro lag' anti cylinder hrI... I Tea U thank sue for bis wgestloa R. LCATHICRMAN" ,

.. 1 a few months bean. I ('Joo1I"'c
n-iRT"VORIIANSlnp GUARANTEED' i'* Uoaaty Ph solo

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j Pair Twelve THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, April 303

r.' SALESTAX ;..

"Pennies Don't Come From Heavens...Save Them a t ,
1 :: (CoaUnued From"Pege; ; One) __
four at Pewine two at Peter..
11 HUM at Gouldj two at Princeton, FREE TEA GLASS Old Virginia Pure
j two at Naranja en* at Coconut with31AXWELL
Palm drive and Redland School
one at Roberts road and Coconut 1,1 d- l rIt I
,, r Palm drive, on* at Brodk'a corner,' HOUSETIPA d l
one at Silver Pfctal drive and Lion I i
) Don one at J3emecker'1 Corner '
\ one at Redland road and Bauer Preserves21b.Jar
( ) drive
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F The plan'also calls for the designation -
by the county oom-
mtatlon of right-of-way on the '
{ principal thoroughfare of thedistrict V4 lb.

!( : shall be, no M doubt that In In the future minds there'of,' pkg. ... .. 25c Fri. and Sat SpecialsAllGood u_ Me
Ii' motorists ai to which car has road
I lt
preference at < .( bill will be Introduced at this "1-' Sunbeam Assorted Cereal Dish FREE RED BLISS NEW
lon of the legislature empowering with
: the board to make this regulation .
., A final report will be made by the .
committee when It hae urlven over PICKLES10oz.jar.lOc
\ the proposed light locations at PEACHES WheatiesNo.
night to determine their value I L
At the suggestion of President'
) Turner, the chamber will ask the

\t. Homestead plant for the city extension council of to the consider white \) .2% can.. .. l8e 2 pkgs. . 25c .. .. ..... 19c : .

!j way lighting system In the city .
He appointed Cart Anderson, t. HANDY PACK
C. Chronlster and Ben Archer asa MONARCH COFFEE, lb., _ 29c 'Golden Ripe :
committee to go before the coun-
t cil next Monday night and ELL BECK 14 0%. Pkjr.lOc. 'jI''
tain whether or not the clt I.cer-I COCA COLAS
MACARONI Bananas3lbs.
t:I In a position to Initiate the project I III or i.
\ at this time. .,
; Paul Loaner, chairman of the I. 6for. _... ... 25c SPAGHETTI '/
l' ; \ swimming pool tub-committee reported I

,I which $244 f363 had In been the treasury derived from of I 1 (plus bottle deposit CERTIFIED IMITATION .....__..13c It;

;, ,1 the Club benefit and lilt dances from at other the Country enfar-I,, ANY BRANDMILK VANILLA, 8 oz.jug ... ....... l5c

: tatnment I'' DIXIE CRYSTALS SLBS.SUGAR Del-Monte White or I

Yellow ) \


(Continued-From Page One) I' 3 tall cans ...21c I GROWN IN FLORIDA CORN ,
trlct Chamber of Commerce to the
couple winning the run-off of the FRESH GROUND .

bat dance Saturday central night series by, was Mr. won and I I Far West COFFEE, per lb. ... .. .. ....__. 21c No... 2 can v..15c z
Mm Frank Morrla. Other contestants -I'
; were Stuart Hall and Mn T DILL QT. MX
J Walker Hal Lane and Miss' FRESH PRUNES
Beulah Lee Mill, Herbert Farmer PICKLES I9cDRIED Assorted Flavor
nd hla staler. MU Doris) :
Farmer, and Mr. and Mn EdwinMcQarrah I'' No.2% can ..ISe ..
who\ won the sixth
JELL3pkgs. 'J
elimination contest staged 4befOl'l' LBS.
the runoff Saturday nJglit Mr.I Favorite
and Mrs Wm. ROM winners in I
tin first contest were not present Cranberry Beans 15cICEBERG
e.Eos\ account. of the lllnese of Mrs DOG FOODlib. .. ... 14c

After a two-week Interval an-
other aeries of pool benefit dances Kellof.tr'iCORNFLAKES
will be started. The chamber of .can..... 5c FANCY .
commerce plant to offer another
grand trophy, and prlxea of intrinsic -
{ value win be given winnersIn FRESH GROUNDHAMBURGER ,
the elimination contests. The
dance committee, composed of LETTUCE CELERY i

and Paul Mrs Loaner. E. M.Mrs.Ftoscher Mae: ,Tweedell needs a.I' !pkgs. .. .... 15c _
rust and they believe the public

will more appreciate If alto given the a next breathing series I ''I lg. head lOc J fe. bunch .... lOc Country RollBUTTER

breathing spell lb. .... ..... 18c

I I1j II II I -- SALAD! DRESSING, qt ..: ... 25c'

I urkees OSCEOLA
PEAS 2 27c
can lb. ._.._ .. .. 38e
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