The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00123
 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: May 7, 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: UF00087294:00123
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Thursday Noon Closing: (lain Storms Postpone 1
WPA PROJECTIN To Be General on June 3 FLAMES RAZE Start of fool Repair NO DADE ROAD

Homesteads fertilizer houses Work on repairing! muni "ipul l

SANITATIONIS whose summer breaUWng spell SECOND HOUSE sir Imnung pool scheduled to ben u>!PATROL 17 INDUVALCOim :
comes soon after the close ot ythe ; Mysdty. .. pgkRpyisteti 1II1\en II ; .
winter-sprint farming season began I Will found that It i Inches of water I
their Thursday half-faolidty stood in the deep end of the poolas

NOT NEEDED yesterday This. 1* In accordancewith IN WEEK HERE a result ot Sunday Uiuoderterms. -
a custom started several years:! '. J
"go. Councilman Frank 8. Rue, chairman -
The Thursday noon clcaJLog, I II -- I ot the executive committee ta _

Owner Offer to Do Workas not scheduled to become general: Old Killimrer Home on \V. direct the repair project, said Can't-Afford Reinstate
Board to -
until June S, the first Thursday starting ot the work under flood
Well as Furnish ki June, however according to an Dixie Burned Early t condition would result In wastIng Parks, Lions ,

!. Materials agreement voted aa meeting of I Last Night too much money in trying to Are ToldCOMIMIISSION J
merchants early in January and v'r.th* w' workable
FUEL OIL CONTRACT since signed by 99 per cent of the: CALKINS LOSS ONLY I He rJ'd. however, --
business men and women of the that the water table would be low- GIVES
community. PARTIALLY INSURED; ered in a few days by pram aSs and EAR TO BUMP PLAN
--- said that work would be started .
Council, Asked to Keep Out I at the earliest opportunity
Competition for Florida WILSON TO TALI{''Owner Barely Escapes as Act Later on Speed Din: 1 t

Blaze Breaks Outt couragers at RoadIntersections *
Motor Lines

U wll| be unnecessary for tilt

ttty te sponsor I WP \ project' for TO'LOCAL P.-T. A. Homes d'* Second serious tire FORMED Duval County has 17 road patrolmen -. t
tile betterment of sanitary conditions within a week destroyed the two- *
In the negro section Responding story frame home known a* the but Dade County can not

100 per cent to the council's James T Wilson Dade County old KUliiHKr\ home. about one- WITHNEWRULESPlant afford even one W. f, Flak told the t

request for eft-operation after the superintendent of public instruc- fourth mile north of Eighth street Redland District Lions Club Tuesday I ;.
seriousness oflhililituaUon: bite. tion, wilt present question of on the old Dixie Highway, shortly nlhlln reporting that he and '
been fully explained at recent vital Importance to every man. after a o'clock lest night to Inaugurate the 1937 Harley H Core, I safety committee i ,
mM meet&jg the Jlro ertTOWMrtIn'oIv.i..Jw. wemaij and child in the Redland Two alarm were lent In and diamond ball season with an opening from the Hub, had been unable to' '

\ .... agree4 to do the l District .t. neettnr' ot the both of the city fire engine responded game scheduled for May ISwm get the county eommmloo to reinstate -
warn VI""l S"% ..4'It1II'I, bt4ldl1n Hoaif stead Parent, TeacfcerAttedation too late however to con-t advanced at a meeting of team the one-man traffic patroldiscontinued ,
of eeacrtl pit tolottlJ isdc seer... to*' he* held Tuesday trot the blaze which had almost 'sponsors and manager at the office on the HomesteadMiami '
Ua tanks wherVneeded started sots' evening In the Neva KingOeper gutted the tincture before the department 'of Brooker Lumber Co. on Wednesday highway May 1. '
I night H. P. McDaniel
weet, Stow ajudikDrlum>> f lass could reach the _n.. and W. ,.. McConnell acted Th eonunlaeioner said there 4
presided .
1 At i $se.tburorVw&ctkv cpunrci announced: ',eet.,. The. ...turenft'e The house, wed during the firming a* secretary of the meeting wa no money to ply a patrolmen, {
), Mortday ntl/bt'tM "WPAVopo question ht will discuss ws* season a* sleeping quarter by Mr. Flak said :;
al was abandoned after foundlmait notji cloitd, but it .pas considered several Itinerant farm laborers, At pow proponed but subject to i
they did agree, j
however to con- ,
i A F Vet, wriifaty-centd M Important to alt section' of had been unoccupied for the past revision later U otb clubs apply
rider the $ sa't 1
i snttteettta and Dexter Home, bit* the* district that liwmberr'ot the three week and was hot turn h.d.t for entry and arjs admitted, the cop ul4

f aeltarj uectn, rwwrl**" 1*** Reifttnoi. P.-T A. hAil bten'tnWted' wa purchjwe4.jpra .,Jwar*.kgo Jef ,. ll'.iP'Prl" ...r t that 11Ie'4 g burnpfj. e
'1'" **an >*... f.Vie district during the l6at1llcl4.twl++ teeerq; ,. '" 1 s"II.fM bi.AUnit t1i 1.1I .
past few days found ill housi"!''bwn .Ness Bertha Foster. deoichool 'o f\he present owner ''<>tI'la': ot the-t skid, by 'oI VU>bb*, vatorYts- .fOtjt.ttIN .t. to Inter- I

.. era ready ta comply fully with Abet cf musty of the tJnrVenity fire it as yet undetermined and It I many dlaVnoBd Mnteett: Stanley are reported The ;
stale board of health tot III Wlttkop will! guide l the deitlniei. !propose .will be taken up at alater'meating I
demand of Miami, wa* ta lave been the not known here whether or not
I bettter sanitation at hteir own ex- guest speaker at the meeting the the total lots of the building ,Is i Burton Department Store, and An- of the board he said ,
petueFonw last of the present *chool year but covered by Insurance I se>l Barrow will be manager of Wtfltod! N- Wield! vice-. {
the W. D. Horne C*. playeta. Ta\- Ident-elect of thor Homestead Rotary |
for the concrete toilet she will be unable to bo present The home of Mr and Mrs. Wayne
I..rnltIs to be the fourth memberof I Club tie speaker of the
guest .
slabs, Fattened from specification The program whirl! wtU be presented ; Calkins oil North Krome avenue,
tie tsaftue under manal''''hip evening,spoke on the duty of lnemI 1
applied by H. !S. Nichols, county by Mrs Margaret Mills between Waldin and Biscayne '
music In the Homestead to be annotusced !later I ben K their civic club. Mrs. ri- u
salutation officer, will be made by supervisor drive, alto\ was razed by fire early I{ !
lEach cJub will be allowed to enroll field tang two selections to piano *
schools, will Include number
contract for
the city and a pouring last Saturday before the Homestead -
U PlayeR, who be bonu- by Mrs Jot. ElderGeorge ;
the t dab will be let to a responsible by a seventh grade chorus a* well trucks and crews arrived on mutt II accompaniment
fide residents! of- the district they L Swan thanked Lions and !
be It musical playlet, "Oooseland,
local builder The work will a. the ecene The Ion estimated at I
and will not be allowedto ether for the donation of fruit '
... done by Individual property owners by the fIrM and _tend griMes $3.000, .U partially covered by Insurance
and supervised fey city official Those who take part in the play Mr. Calkins was alone transfer to any other team durIng and vegetable and money which

*, whose duty It wilt be permission of the league director Silver Film each Tuesday night 7
that the toilet and tank conform Koestline Dorothy KInner, UWine in the house at the time a* 1041'S. I
*. Distinctive: color, with and taken tie the Miami children i
to. state rMjulrement Hayes, Jackie Buck, Barbara Jean Calkin, her daughter, and] her
A* part of the general clean-up Smith. Barbara VTakefieM Virgil mother were In Miami for an overnight 1 long trousers adopted a* the standard home every Wednesday morning j
for uniform, are being selected It wa announced that II members '.
movement, the promUcuou dumping \ RafUord, WinUred Danzey Peggy visit with friend He wa j '
by nth club and orders for the of the club will attend the
of refute on vacant lot between Stuardl, Thelma dinner, T aDolan' awakened by noise and moke justin i ;
the !!evil tore and the Seaboard Margaret Bollard. Arched time to his escape, and I (Continued on Page Ten) Lions convention in Chicago. )

railway wail be prohibited Brandenburg Ceeeldin Shepherd only a wINI personal belonging |

mind the land cleared of it* present Connie Campbell Bobby Nichols, and Item of bedl'ClOl1lumJture'' New York World's Fair Head Appoints :
accuraulatior ot rubbish of all descriptions A, W. Powell Joe Reynolds, and were laved from the flame The I 1

Acting on th* recom- Margaret Barnes. Cause of the fire I is unknown. Redland Man Advisory Board Member
nwndatioit .f Councilman Frank Officer: for the coming year wilt) t
8( Rue, the council voted to erect be installed! at this meeting I

"posted": signs alongside thi* tn- FRANKLIN URGES W. W. Johnston of Athletic AMoclatton. I 1
r official JOmplfttground and ItlledMaOI' SENIOR,;, PLAT TONIGHTThis 1
president of the Dude An audit 01 the t.Ir' financial
Tern Harris to have the evening the seniors of H. H ;, Tropical] Fair and of the nedl.nd.1 transactions found everything IA {
police department enforce the reg- 3. will present" their class piny ALL TO SIGN ANTI District Improvement good order. according to I report
the in the N va King
ut.tlon "Out of Fog. <<
hat been notified of his made by Writ, Dunlop audlt teethe
{a atcordtmce. with the reportI Cooper School auditorium at I ment as a member of the national board of dlrecwra. Valuable
I a committee headed by Councilman -' o'clock. The play U three act SALES TAX PLEA ; advisory committee of the 1M9, lumber sahspsged from the recent j 1
Hue. contract for the &::111'1 comedy ot unusual merit, and the
New York worlds fair The purpose exposition and stored for sass 1ft
fuel oil was let to the Standard actors ire expected: to present it i of the committee.. appointment the next fair, Wal estimated bl Mr.
Continued Pogo Ten) unusually well. P J. Franklin chairman of the I
( on I te which are made bj drover SeaM at $1DOO. He said that i
District Chamber of Commerce
Redland WMIeI"Ident> of the fair i* 11,000 persons paid to we the fait
: H.II.S committee to promote sale to Keep fair authorities informed and It was estimated that It many
Field Meet Be Held at Monday estimated i
to tax opposition yesterday
I a* to what people are doing and more got 111 1ftby war 01 the.
between 400 and SOO signatures -
Afternoon by Fast Developing Talent that had been affixed to anti- thinkinc' about the 1939 exposition rear entrance which was not fenced 1
and to assist In every way to In. 00 motion of Joseph Hickson,
sale tax petition placed in the make It a success, Mr. Johnston the bond voted to make I report '
I various In Homestead and
A back and field meet, ceo* the physical education classes have I;laid.At 01 the fair to ts county coasrnis.io -
events will be held I,been used to determine the boyi \Jcinlty.' t "a meeting 61 Dade County '. ors prtw made the lair possible t
sitting of seven ,
who will participate, Point awardM The petition will remain In the I''Tropical Fair director held recently by a generous appropriation
on Homestead High School' new, will be 9-3-3-1'te* eochwvent stores until Monday uufore- J, in Radioed at the home .f r Other directors present were, jt'jt'r

field Monday afternoon, beginning Individual a* well M close ,score seen development occur el Tatattassee !!,John H. Scanelli, manager of the Charles Cox Wm llrodie, Harry t
at 141 will be kept to determine: the outstanding when they will be taken I Ito 137 fair, the finance committee Reel, and M,.. Alice Simons
the boys win be divided Into' track: athiete Mr*. Cecil Turner Barry Miami I 'composed of George Cooper and :

two group, on* from the Mpipr I' Seder 134r% Basis' chairman of the Dade-Brow- Tom Torbert reported that every THE W EATIMLoff" .. 1 ,

lcllIIbool; and one from the jun- SO yard dash McMJchael Rue. ard anti-sales tax committee, who I' ,obligation bad been paid and a ..a.. .....ot .t tae ...U"eksl I
will see that they get before the 'I .___ -. rtu.wr .
ior high school Dearing, Gatlin Hayes. Little.II AIWldala1aDce was in the sings; $vws.a 't'c.
Practice tor the meet ha been I Caves Malcolm, CeUins. D. West legislator with similar petition breaeury with which t. tart th' 0.&. i 1;
la progress for the past month In i Sullivan, ritzyatrick I from other part of these two counties next exposition Mr Johnston said April 10 _.....1 91st1 I .. 121.8'1
t the regular physical education 100 yard dull: McMklMoU. itu*, The directors voted to give $21 te X" 1 _I a.: n 129.98 At '1 I

classes. Events will Include high Dearing, GaUl* Hayes, Little, Mr Franklin urged that tveryCM the Redland High School band tor May 2 .----- II I 14e !I 2.94 .2It ,
jumping, running broad Jumps pore Caves, Malcolm, Colons, Fitzpatrick -; who ha not signed I petition furnishing music at the fair and to May I I II I 14! 1."

.. vault 50-yard dash 79-yard dash a West Sullivan. 1 1Sh ta do so at one. Elimination of the pay a balance of $M due C T May 4 .- I 11S .' 04 i2UI'' j
ICft-yard. dash shot-put and the tIt: MaMithaet Martin; present grot tale tax i* also requested ..1 Fuchs, Sr. on the purchase of the I May 0 :189 44 I2lf4'' .1$ ,

discus throw. Record mad in (Continued on page Eleven: ) i by the petition. fait pounds from: the:! old?RedUnd lilal 4 J e1 '1t.SHll Y '


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Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday May_ _7, 19af! 1

TO FILM I GROVES Dr 31.A.LogantoBe TO ORDAIN ALLEN Branch 5 Wallop.Sullivans .. brie They shown have Acquired marked Intpro som. elm i '

Associate of Dr. Smith pivoting footwork, dritpassmg >I'

SHOW PLACES OF lassie WEST\ IN CHURCH I ; Kirbys sad shooting, a" \aAta .
Dr. Archer Smith has announced fundamentals which are a dial
Swamp Chapmans
that Dr. M. A. Logan kuet to any basketball, squad
THIS DISTRICTMotion practicing phyaMan from Monroe. HERE ON MAY] 30 I' tog its regular season. %i
O*.. will associated with him In Last Saturday's round of the Point scored by the 'I indlvldi
the practice at medicine In Homestead Junior High School basketball team member ao far are as f
picture of show place I and vicinity. Members of the first Baptist I league resulted in Branch' team lows:
and! typical grove of the Redland Dr. Logan who with Mr Logan I Church of Homestead voted last walloping the Sullivan team 4018.In __ 73 Clonlnger r
District will be made by Historical!"arrived j l here two week ago practiced night to call council of ministers I the second game Klrby's team
Record films. Inc., as a result of,, in MORN for the put 7e.t.j and deacon of the Miami Baptist defeated the Chapman team by McMichael 53 Moffttt
contact renewed with members of For two years prior to that he Association here on May 30 for the mere than doubling the score, the Kirby __ 44 Biro _-
this company last week by Dr on the staff of the county: hospital examination: and ordination of:final score being 14-16. This ties Sullivan 43 Dellinger j|

Lloyd C. BhanUin, widely known at Kendall which U headed by Allen West, I Iof Mr. and Mrs. the honor between these two Lott .... 33 Robertson ..?SQ
health lecturer who baa a fruit Dr. Smith II county physldan. George A. West of Homestead. teams, each having won three
grove and health food laboratory Within the next two week Dr. Mr. Weit who studied for the I games and lost one. '
a quarter mile west of Florid Cityon Smith and his associate and Dr. M. ministry severs] years at Stetson In the first gem D. L Bowen. Carl Wagner Elected
Palm avenue. A. Berger dental surgeon, who University In Deland, Fla., and I with 13 points, and Wm. AngeUno,I Principal Club'! lloadj'Carl
Dr. Shanklln's grove and factory now have offices with a common has just finished his first year at with 10 point, were the main -
will be filmed this afternoon, and reception room over Brown'i Southern Baptist Theological,scoring power on the Branch team.I Wagner, principal of th*\
he Invite the general public to be Pharmacy will move Into a mite Seminary In Louisville Ky., will I Sullivan was the only member of Redland school ha been elected ..
present and get In the picture. on the second floor of the Tint be music director and young peo tae team who seemed to be able to president of the Principal' Club.
Scheduled.next are representative National Bank building. Dr. Berger ple' adviser for the Baptist Churchat j find'the hoop. Frequent fumbles for the coming: year. This atganliation -. ,'
grove of Persian limes the fruit has ordered equipment for an additional Shelbyvllle. Ky. Ha has expressed -i and poor teamwork kept other meet once a month and
that t II fast becoming a lusty young operating room. Miss the desire to take his examination member from scoring.In takes action on legislation which "
giant' In the agriculture of this section Anne Lee, secretary to Dr. Smith, and ordination at the the last game Klrby's teara- concerns the Dade County schools.NOTICE '
and horticultural show place will continue in charge of the church In which he was brought I mates found the going rather tough ..
Also to be filmed according to waiting room. up said the Rev. C. N. Walker at tint: but soon stopped their
David Allen King, travel unit pastor of the Homestead Baptist fancy dribbling and began a passing f\\

supervisor of the film company Clinic Receives Gifts; Church.Dr. attack. which proved highly
are the schools of the district, Harry Oarwood one of Mr. ticcessful. From Kirby to Mc- ,
scenes In Homestead and vicinityand Needs More EquipmentAt I West's Instructors at Stetson will, MI hael. back to Moffett and so

other point of Interest b* Invited to preach the ordination, forth they kept the ball movingat All accounts due Dr. M.
1U meeting Tuesday the I
Mr. King said he wa making sermon angles that made guarding very:
arrangement with the local movie executive committee of the Homestead difficult. Chapman and his.tribe D. Hartman will' b& received
house to exhibit all the pictures P.-T. A. voted to spend on Mother of \ S. L. West
Mrs. were not able to click at all Their at the Dixie .
taken. Scenes considered of the elementary school clinic room game wa characterized by Indifference
enough general Interest will be the 130 cleared last week on a Dies DuringVisit Here I I and lack of the old fighting Drug, Homestead.
submitted to the head. benefit moving picture show Each
company: spirit, so they were toppled oft
M. R.Howard II. I 1
Burial services for
of the teacher It making a gift to "
for consideration In
quarter : connection I
I their In first
1 high perch
with its "See America the room Mr*. J. W. English, the of Columbus, Ga., who PlaYln,1 Mrs. M. D. HARTMAN \
Since j the league began
First" travel film. president, aid but much remain died at the home of her daughter,j l lMr I. I .
basketball t month the boys
to be done.A *. S. L. West, In Homestead i I
will be held in Columbus 7 k,
medicine cabinet, tint aid supplies Wednesday -
Mrs. Bertha Edwards Is
today. Mrs. Howard, who arrived -
basins, chain and a small
Dead; In Bed Only Week table are among the articles most here about ton days ago, I NORGEAPPlIANCEAND
needed, the members decided and suffered t cerebral hemmorhago' USE ONE
Mrs. Bertha Richardson Edwards the hope was expressed that people which caused her death. She was l .
resident of :Redland since who can spare some of these 70 years old.
1130 died shortly after noon yesterday articles may offer to make donations Mrs. Edgar Johnson, Mb' Fannie YOU'LL WANT THEM ALL
at the home of her sister, If the need becomes known. Howard and :Render Howard;,
Mrs Fritz W. Jackson, on West Mrs. Chas. T. Harper Mr*. P. B. ill of Columbus, who came to I
Plummer drive. She was ea Bird and Miss Mabto\ Williams Homestead when informed of their I
yean old. The; body win be sent were appointed to buy material for mother's serious Illness Mr*. Westt I; .
tonight by Turner Funeral Home curtain for the room. The sewing and her daughter Miss Martha, REFRIGERATOR KIM root SAYS TOO CLOTHES U WILL
to Barre Vt.. tor burial I will be done by WPA workers. West, accompanied the- body tai!. PRIME mm ITO TIM M TOUR TWK Am UBOR...

Although in failing healtH for A bill of f 7.50 for repairing and rolumbus. Funeral arrange LOmn..Tbi amazing 'Pressure-Iodicttot Wringer
the past year Mrs. Edwards took recovering settee and chair cushIons tnenta here were in the charge of,
to her bed only last Saturday, was ordered paid. Turner Funeral Home standard of food preservation 'er and Feather-Weight Agitator ,

when Mrs. Jackson moved her from Beside those named she ls sur- i* In addition to lengthen the life of
the residence which she \ived by Mm J. J. West, of Al-
occupied :
H. E. Pastor Announces the convenience of the new clothe washed the Norge
alone on Redland road to the Jack. bany G*., a daughter; Walter
eon home. Early this week her Mother's Day Program Howard( a son, of Columbus;I Norg flexible Interior wjr. The exclusive Nore

condition became critical, and she twelve; grandchildren end one arrangement 9 different Antobuilt transmission
filled to rally. The following Mother's Day rent-grandchild. I
Mrs. Edward was born In Barre service will be held Sunday morning Miss Martha West will return variations instantly Mail lengthen the life of the

and attended the Garden Seminary at the Homestead Methodist Monday to resume her duties at I able washer its l!.i
there For year she owned and Church, announces the pastor the the Dade County hospital at Ken
operated a beauty parlor and gift Rev. A. A. Kocstllne: dall. Mrs. West expected to NOME CONCENTRATOR IWWES
shop at Laconla, N. H. She cam Prelude. remain for a rtla time in Co-1 j NOW MORE ECONOMICAL THAN NOISE DUOTROl IRONERS n

to the Redland District from Sarasota Introit-"Hearken unto the lumbus. EVER.. Nw Oreo heat MAKE THE HOME LAUNDRY
Springs, N. V. shortly after Voice. control and improved COMPLETE..Adjusableasburners
the death of her daughter an only Hymn No. 405 with congregation Come ot Thee, 0 Lord." I top
child, to be near Mrs. Jackson. standing. Anthem "God Bless Our Moth developed by to speed,beat and pressure
She was an active member of the Apostle's creed. ,ers." Norg.-.tCDewltaodarda the Norge Duotrol Ironer

Business and Profession Women's heavenly Prayer. Dove.Response" "Thou Holy Sermon: M-o-t-h-e-r". ,I of convenience and cerIt easy to operate, fast, efficient
Club in the north and Joined the Reception of members. ,
local club this past year Anthem" The Song My Mother Benediction. Response, "Four-1 I tainty of cooking result, and easy on clothe

She leave two sisters, Mrs. Sang. fold Amen." give even greater economy
Psalm 00. Response "Gloria' j I THE FlOUATOR' COM-
Jacluon In Redland and Mrs. Ar-
Irving B. Lyon: I* choir director!
than ever before. PftUSOR ...with but
Patrl. ,
thur Macneil of Whittier Calif., w
and Mrs W. B. Mills Is accompan-1 three moving
and a grand-daughter; Dolores Scripture lesson Proverbs 31. 1st
MorrUon. 10-Jl. Response "Lead Me 0 I _____ I makes
Lord." Traffic cop: "Lady, don't yon, l0-TEAR curreniuMd.
FINISHES BEAUTY COURSE Announcements know this U a safety tone?" i| WARRANTY Only Nora*
Miss Katherine Vann received a Soprano solo by Mrs. Lewis! I Woman driver: "Don't be silly,, l buibeRoU*
diploma May from the La France B I Of course, I know; lhut' why I'drove N .tor*
'ReIJIIMI. : u. +.os.A
School of Beauty Culture in Miami. Offertory "All Things In here" The Booster. t




formulas arc prepared<<: to meet.the needs of Dade '

County soils. Insecticides, and fungicides carried in ; Come In and. get the detail mmm. .:

clout liberal term Refrigerator $ 7 50 ;

stock and mixed as desired. : and one other appliance for: one M "- :

down payment a* low at i j i >:-.Z
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Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co ;, t

Manufacturers Kedland Brand Fertili: ,, I! Redland AppiIaJwcr.( ;


I 205 N. Krome Ave Homestead, FLU

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Friday,.May.7,1937 THE LEADER. ENTERPRJ F. Paw Three' ;

Hi"i. more remarkible by reason
: The Redland Rattler fact that It was an uphill fight all The trip consumed flU gallonsof 'I hour
gasoline and seven awl one-half .
the way. Motor twuporUUonJhadM I
quarts of OIL Running time wa Mrs. Mary Thompson Is.
1.- By SHOUT 111"W ass Justify fta existence from the SZS hours
._ and tl minute Taken J by Death at 83
.nnnm..mn.nnn start It had to demonstrate Ibt Th truck was a stock: economy
HONOR ROLL 2, Mary Fisher will deliver the: capacity to do more quickly more model selected from the assembly Mrs. Mary Thompson, SS, of

Seventh II'Ide-bilh. Lela Ban, valedictory address and Carlotta' economically, and more reliably tins at Flint Mich., and availableto Homestead died In the Kendall
Marie Baahor, Nellie Cash, Jean- Ames, the salutatory address. tile Job once done by the horse all purchasers, from any Chevrolet hospital at ISO: p. m. Thursdayof ,
site Cox Mary Lois Durrett. Nina I' What the business firm farmeror dealer. It wa driven over last week. A son W. B. Thompson ,
Lou Pope, Eva Rosborough, Jo The winners of a poetry contest other transportation user wants' very conceivable typo of road I of Lake Worth, accompanied :i
Nell Slagle., R A. Aman. King conducted by Mrs. Helen Magee to know la how much It will cost and through every kind of weather' the body Friday to Jesup, Ga., her I
J Clarke; low, Mildred Clenney, and sponsored by Mrs U L. Bow'I to haul a given load I given dU- condition It encountered fierce former home where burial took ;

Helen Cooke, Merle Lott, Gertrude editor of "Cycle," are Mary tance. He wants to be able to figure -cheat I and bitter cold; mud, gravel, place Saturday: Arrangements 1
.! Odom Dora Scott, Blair Nor Greenwood and Ethel Rob' his cost accurately. He' rain, and sand; snow, hail, and Ice. II I her were In the charge of Turner (
Hlckson, Lee Glidden.Eighth erts. The poem which won first I wants economy.n't wants powier I At the conclusion of the run Harry Funeral Home.
"" grade: -high, Lillian An- place was written by Mary Byarson And he truck to 1 I I Harts, the A.A.A. driver, emplwih I Mrs. Thompson, who was bom
drewa, 'Mary'Engel- Wands Sickle. the Labor Day storm; and was last |Ued the truck's "dependability," near Sylvania Ga, came her 11
Bobby ;FlsbeGraham McElroy. entitled "Destruction". Those who I Chevrolet has proved that Chevrolet | "reliability." "e... of operation," I I yean ago from Jesup, shortly after
deserve honorable mention are: the death of her husband, to make
George Kufeldt, Rex Romlne, Louis '. trucks have the economy, the and "performance".
Erma Griffin Larry Holt, Mildred her home with her son, E. Z.
Vrana I'I power, and the durability that I
Harold Delaney, Henry I Before that run, I down Chevrolet -
I Cox, Doris Price, Ronald Kerfoot Thompson, and his family. She
Dixon. low.Betty Jo Garrett, Colleen ,,truck users demand. In four trucks were paced In service j I
McVicker John Brown, Jr. i Frances Lewis, Mary Eleanor Williams great tests three of them carriedon I with department stores In 12 dif was a member of the First Baptist

Louis Price James Pope, Harold Betty Blake, Mary Ann under the Independent eye of ferent cities In all parts of the Church of Homestead.
Mitchell. Brown. Earl Swllley, Kenneth the official contest board of the I United States. They were She Is survived by three sons,
Hawkei and Ernest Campbell. I American Automobile Association: operated the two mentioned and C H.
I under A.A.A. supervision' In
Ninth Amma Sor-
-these facts and other of dollar Thompson of Princeton; two
tell, Corrine Cash, Irene Jackson, W* print this because It was and cents significance have been Chevrolet delivery economy and daughters, Mrs C. N. Mill of Jesup
VTlUna..:Thompson, Kathleen Ross, SO-day tests which demonstrated
composed by one of our most prom established and Miss' Annie Thompson of
Kathleen Lloyd Phyllis Jensen, safety Co-operating In the tests ,
inent Juniors: Fifteen standard truck models Statesboro, Ga; three brothers
were the leading department storesIn
Naomi HoJ-ne Bill Cautler,Charles Mary bad an Elgin watch. participated In three Richard Zelgler of Satsuma, rim,
I Rpan'-I] New York. Chicago Philadelphia.
Burr low, Valerie Campbell, Mask
She swallowed it Now Ifs gone testa. company I Israel Zelgler of Zelgler. Ga, and
The Detroit Boston St Louis'
Neill, Douglas Barcus, Howard
Every time that Mary walks Reuben Zeigler of Woodclift, Ga
truck bl the hands of registered' ;
a Los Angeles, Dallas, Denver, Washington
Grouse, Ernest Todd.Tenth I
TIME MARCHES ONI two Miss 'Mingle Zelgler
A.A.A. driver and official |I
Atlanta and Milwaukee
grade-high, Emily Engel, I
of Sylvsnla and Mrs. Temperance
A.A. observer and obtained
Margaret Griffin, Alma Jan Und- Traveling. total of 15.738
Neldlingrr of Rincon Ga.
grent; George Schrader; low Ben. TRUCKS REALLY'PfflWTOTAKE!.. IOm'j miles under widely different traffic r..ave.. also 13 grandchildren and]
jamln Benson Edward Bum Marjorie I, one of these was series and climatic conditions, the ,one great-grandchild
,. Caihpbell.John Hlckson;;'Wit.Us markableconomy. records IS Chevrolet delivery truck averaged I I
Baxter; Barbara, Curry, WUma proof of Chevrolet's ability to}, IMf service stops a day; ROTES HUE REPORT '
Landrurtf "Waunltt Thompson, "Uke tC revelations of reserve I 10IS4 miles per gallon of gasolineat Reports of the district conference
Madeleine- MoQI. PLACE OF HORSE power such as Is rarely needed In! an average gasoline and oil cost held In Jacksonville last
='Eleventhgradeshigh,' Albert even the most difficult of 'truck i of $.01<<177 k mile (less than a cent week, made by President-elect W,
..........- operations. These records and halt of and
RainltavMargaretAlbright, Mary a ); delivery 48' packages E. Rheney Secretary GeorgeM.
Thompson, Mary Anne Brown, BT W. E. FISH been.evidenced by official lI.ve// an hour to an average of IS.4S Frlck, occupied the meeting of
'MI1dr d oi. Doris Prie v Mary E. Cainmerelal. Car Maoxw Cher- cates front!| the AAA. customers an hour. the Homestead Rotary Club Wednesday .
Williams. Cordon Cross; tow, BettyBiskBliabeth r M Meter.Dlvw.a. GeaeralMtrs "Th* latest test run took a Harts recently drove a Chevrolet noon In Legion Hall Th {
-Halnlln. Etna gala CwlwraUs toe -pickup "Economy Model" I I.'. ton tractor and semi-trail Homestead club wss awarded a 1d

, Roberts 'CRen Clktden, E. 3. Gra One of the moat fascinating I commercial car, loaded with a 1! er; carrying a 10,110 pound cement Urge American flag and standard
'ham Clement Russell Jack Turner pages In the colorful history of the ; pay load, a. distance' block, on a cross-country run from for having had the largest per t
Elennpr Murray.Alice Sage automotive Industry Is.the story of of W.H41 mites around the rim I Los Angeles U New York at an centag of membership Iceman
Twelfthgrade -.high Mary the'commercial vehicle's develop- of the United .States. Average average cost: of less than onethirdof during the past year.A .
Fisherr:-Ca rl6tta Ames Serafina ment from a commodity of limited'!' mileage was 20.74 miles to a gallon a cent per ton mile. The truck short explanatory talk was
Oriflcl. Ronald Kerfoot; low Lu- usefulness Into a universal need,I I of gasoline Average speed used only 308.6 gaCans of gasolineand .made by David Allen Xing travel
'cUl* Drlgger, Myrtle Luckey, I standby of everyday 1'll"wOOIII;was JLli miles aa hour. Certified two quarts of oil to carry Its i i unit supervisor for the Historical
Mary DP Natal; Alouo Bennett, contribution to the modern scheme, cost of gasoline was only $0098 heavy: load over the 3,311 mile Films, Inc. In connection with
; of things can hardly be overstated! per vehicle mil, Two climatic' rout*,_n average of UTS milesto I planned activities of that sompuny
GwendplyosA4mpbel4, Th-ettaquest Of the commercial]l crankcase oil changes were made, the gallon of gasoline. Running. which are outlined elsewhere la
JJ; world by the motor truck is the and only 73 cents were spent for time was 128 hours and 24 minutes these columns.
:'Miss .Johnson's fifth grade students -
presented a novel program

la assembly. 'Thursday morning . .. .
After-tha-devotio-.nl led by Dorothy .. : .
Stewart and sentence prayersby ," ,
Dick Campbell. Anne Shackle .
and "' : ', .
Stillman Irving
ford, Margaret
-:. :. .. .
Hooker, there >was an origins picture
show on "Safety First" by

Jack Campbell The program Included '
a puppet show and original .
play by the fifth grade pupils
stressing safety TH fifth graders
had made the puppets and the pup '
pet theatre besides composing th< If you have some ? r
play and songs solely without kid
from Miss Johnson. An interesting -
little folks like these to
talk by the Rev. J. C. Sims
of the Riverside Baptist Church "
in Miami concluded the program take riding with you

Judging from the largo crowd attending f
we know you'll want to
"Twelfth Night" was a
big success. The amount clearedwas
$89.73 which was turned over give them the maximum
to the Federal Players.

Honor Students AnnouncedAt protection afforded by /I Ir .
the commencement exercisesto

be held Wednesday night June PERFECTED HYDRAULICS "


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Page Four THE LEADER; ENTERPRISE Friday. May 7,1937 _J:':,

i .., T Harper Resolul.iod"" '
fj FLORIDA 411 1 LISiJTJ."k.! Ah-IfN. '
Pawed by State W. 0.1'V'j
Published Friday a' n mattad .
1F1*.. by the Smith Dad :::=-.. '''' ::: 2.:7: : :::"" reaolulien of respect for' th* '
rabllshlnc Ce.MM ..#_-_,. Class T. Harper pasted at the

.. convention of Woodmen of"
ARCHER .. Editor World have been recelby
M/IRJORIC LEACH ARCHER : 1 Homestead lodge It is a* '

Associate Editor i :
WHEREAS, the Almighty few ,
did see fit, on January 1, UJt,
Entered M aeeend class nfl remove from our midst, a be-
Matter Much 11. 1111, it lira podTHr brother and
**4 Homestead,Florida, under OLD FO.2T MA.QONd a good citizen outstanding and "<,
Ik* set ef Much I. II7S.RCB. =amn ATZreadAfEYL4 husband a '.; /
and father
I ) Sov- ;
4 vA Charles T. Harper of Hornet
nICE ft." A TEAR j ,
d, Florida, a member of our '
committee and '
Window Shopping for WE WHEREAS: this convention,. I
Mother 04 DES? misses and remembers with I
: W OUStE'reA happiness the kindly smile, I
X want to buy a gift for her ,, UNDd a F0VPYAGS genial good fellowship and the
I wonder If ahe'd wear T enthusiasm of our deceased i
A little necklace "round her I ,
A bauble in her hair. I I i.I THEREFORE BE IT RESOLV- t'
U..t.1 I I that tn the pasting of Sovereign
Or would she like one lovely I I' the hearts of this assembly

To Or an oddly fashioned bracelet' I saddened that we extend te
lie Men uch lovely thing M CWLTYpLNTRANCZ I No. 907, Homestead Florida,
ST. AW3l/T/NZ the bereaved family and to the

Ive thought about. !some silken lioi- I INDIAN of Homestead our deepest
And bwkle* for her "lioes-- BV&IAL I as -we humbly bow to
A little golden sanity GROUND Ii II i will of a Higher Power
With powder puff und rouge OLDEST oL I If FURTHER RESOLVED
CHOOL ,vc ter c4rr I a copy' f this resolution be
I wonder it ihc'd like a book upon the minutes of this
All filled with Jowly song*. OUS&uneoiourtm' 3 i and a copy furnished
I whit (flat T could'read her'mind s M widow of the deceased
And learn for what the -' -
longs :
I p[ F. Bay's SisterDies

But wahV-my purse--oh, dear. I in Lebanon, Ky. a,
swear -
By tilt holy saints above P,' I've not a penny to my nATo of the death of tier sister,
spend on her I love Ella Cleland of Lebanon Ky..
>> succumbed to a heart attack.

Man FOREMOST all of St Aurus.tiDe' to the .. Cleland spent several winters ,"
What a among tourists, and In 1918 was Wlo"'l'c. of'year
architectural treasures is massive chased by the St. Augustine } Homestead a number
Some fellows can get away with Fort and has many friend hers.
Marion formerly San Marco, most Society and Institute of Science
survivors Mrs, and
are Ray
anything Thrre one In our t
perfect example of medieval architecture
neighborhood that does object was to preserve it in its A. M .1. Cochran of Mays-
in the new world. Almost a century of state. An M1'L
Morals don't mean a thing to interesting collection of K,. Ray was prevent,
hIm. Hen unmarried and lives labor and incalculable treasure were ex- records and relics are on exhibit by inns from ,going" Leban-
pended by the Spaniards in the erectionof .
openly with a woman he a crazy for the funeral f fx
about; and doesn't care what the this historic building which was begun I.Older even than St. Augustine I -
4 neighbors say or think. He has in 1672 and completed in 1756. With i isthe "Ancient Indian Burial r'Making; 40-Foot 1

f no regard for truth or law its turrets, watch towers, ramparts, bat.. in the beautiful "Fountain of Addition to Building
tlements and secret dungeons it seems Park which was not discovered
The duties of the so-called I ;
citizen are just so much bunk good..I I like*>one old castle of medieval Europe. April 13, 1934. From relics and I '' 'ln. thi"closing;; of his store :

far us 'he'i concerned H* doesn'tvote Proudly the old fortress claims: the dis- evidence unearthed by and Krome Max Loaner, j
at either the primer* or the I tinction of never having been taken by pertf, history has been translated of Maxs Department
as surely from the this week took out a prenilt
general election He ne %' lM assault as written
the of his N. Krome
showing that rear
of paying a bill many of these Indian
Equally picturesque are the Old City mains stoke building 40 feet. for 'J
We have actually antedated the establishment
seen take a *2 taxi
length of 109 feet.
Gates which the
ride without the driver once provided only entrance of St. Augustine.
gibing to
much ass pleasant look. The to the ancient city and formed a was started. yesterday ,
driver only stared at him and vital part of St Augustine's defense. The Another interesting landmark of historic PARKER TO SPEAK
muttered something silly gates, as we see them today, were built St. Augustine is her "Oldest Wooden IN FLORIDA CITY CHURCH ,

He wont work lick; he wont of stone but the rest of the wall, which School House", a quaint old missionary address will be gh'- -
extended from San Marco to the San just within the city gates. The
(o to church: ; he can't play cards at the Free Methodist Church
or dance, or fool around with musical Sabastian River, was of Ion stood on WOoden xtrtctnre built flash upon evening at T:30 o'clock by
instruments or the radio So end. On the outer side of this was ft deep street, recreates vividly an W. J. Parker who served for 1
far as known, he has M Intellectual moat or ditch filled with water, and the of old-fashioned thool days,. mod. one .... us a missionary in India '
or cultural interests at an. \ approach to the rates was over a drawbridge its most interesting Teatures ]the Mother's Day program wit} be ::1
Re neglects his appearance which was pulled up at night that it was built of cedar, held Sunday at the 11 o'clock ser 1i

rlbl,. H.'. so Indolent Will : The "Oldest House" is a carious old together with wooden pins.! The prd81'of \ : .;
the house burn down before the old landmark contain a TO MEET ;
turn in an alarm. The ter-I; world structure with low ceiling and fraakZncense tree and nity other wnusual annual GROUT meeting Of: 'S utb
large fireplaces For more than a century
, can ring Itself to piece and plants. Cemetery Association will be
woudn't bother to answer ft. E it has been one 010 the thief attractions J; Tuesday. May 11 at* O'clock

; on such a controversial subject as' Mary Oldendorf, the secre :!Ii
T the liquor question, nobody knows Just Minute the laws of life prove Mesahig.la Jules contains about the .. announces.r I'U.
j exactly where he stands because'i a It possible that yoa have Ihr*'}taHnfty M eight canoes of I who are latel7lte4) AT* igyna
one minute he's dry and the '' .
here tor number
I Please a of years and or grapefruit Juice, and of I attend. '
minute tie's ""'". i yet have been unmindful and' .
9-actfcally nq toar. ,r
J I .
But well any. this for him, to neglectful ef the best interests tit 1 and o&ben.110 Cannot use f'
'i .T the ttev. A. A. KeenOhMDl this way I
spite of aB his faun he Oonet el the city: tn which you live The rtrag 'lrait an use limeade lime Juice.wJIl,tiaije a
a darn good family. yet are ta Homestead Hew best la sot In dollars but In character J ct the Persian lime, flavor If dissected by:
He a our new baby.Rhyming long have you lived '*jere, What ; not In self but in other i iII i with honey instead of sugar, I II on a glass or eleetrte .
have does or ntribae4 to the city BETTER because of I
I See make
j 'I a very acceptable I If aa oikflinaryrpiress; U h
make this a better city ta which to living In U* WHAT ARC
Mix the lime
juice and
TruthNo a certain amount pf,t*' oil t-
live tMUraa I
MpectoRy for Seer YOU CONTRIBUTING. ,? gether and after thoroughly !' skin mill fcictracteJ and
dashing rain can tacks es **4 my chilliest and OUST twtgihber'l -' .lv i.'add the water<< The the drink have a strong bit- f

Uy children? Persian Limes J Times win liB with lhe lintr "ioe |, ...." ...- -
Wheat we have tickets for aPlay. Are fan making It eaaier tar| 1
I,them to livt a cleaner, higher tend At Alkaline as Orantest f
But If a drop the walk matt wtwaesame'M* ft tart you
besmtMt making It tiar4r for them to live i "the following numrtKm was te-1+! Citrus, Avocados and Papayas I .

tt .la too wet to fa to week a Me? Oe yen eontrilMte ,to ctlved yerttirUy frMma epewtr .(
Ex- On .....-t..u-& AgMicsasjUut, feniaa Low who and be Iraq good! bt.. not doing w.a CM tow be re-vlultoed by a ntW'preteen a 1,;
daaretl.-I measure (not a fertilizer that clean thewnl of dl.-.MI ..
are striving to make Homestead* authority for the information advanced !
Florida, states the ...*. better city 4n-wnich,to.live or do but did not can io Juve hit i and the same corrects time toxic, the conditions roots that may be causing the trouble At
the Into
preparation; eiiilng
Chamber of Commerce U ta the, you hinder the] proc ua1". identity meadioned: the sap system, stimulating growth and cleansing the cells. if oti-
same taotherma'l none aa the Ma-?'1If tuck eav deria Islands Southern again,!I .i.less M *| too I&%& .OI'-i I .... and or.at. *.k... daily'] ....I1QiJCE the tree, or plant. '
Sicily Southern 1\1I......, the ru Met. vaet imsiartaac :.. alkaline I'PrtIolbut.. Dori hot'burtf'pr I '
Hawaiian Islands a4. SuuUveew respect for law I II oa the _. 11of'.u and '(fa )ethilt 'do"4wta the lolL snaking It'v.Uable hUll in"to injury tHe,and ac t".1rAe. lgntiioed in I
J 01' .1aat.
China Central Florida it aa far Violation ol any law ]n Me carries I agree wIth ""rtWllCt.
south M Cairo Egypt with ft Venally' : bedience to-, "Too, osmosis elf Po..tam ls'1, for further particular'ealfbn ouf local agent.MRCARLTWARNtR.

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rotor a LAu.=Y POST NIL 'j
.-S. Floater Ave. Hdmestead, Phone 37

sae.at but ow thaw ........., .

1 e heed W sues, =;::':''::: I GENERAL. HARDWARE* .j SOILADE,'INC. ;;

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Friday, May 7 7.1937 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page FiveDeveloping ;J'.

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the Redland District's '. '

." Greatest Asset H

Between the ages of one month and twenty growing boy and girl in the Redland Dis- I

years there are about 2,500 boys and girls in trict. ,,

the Redland District. Each boy and girl
: Do you want any bigger reason why it pays
expects us to furnish good schools, clean to trade at home? t"

entertainment, sanitary improvementsand -

I' opportunity.. All these things musts
come from the dollar that is spent at home. JUI.DONE- I

None of them from the dollar that > One.f HomeetaMft and South bode County greatest fcoaitertIt
can come
R. H. Dooa. owner and manager of.Eedland Appliance. Moving
: txrt! In Decanbct; J9W, from SI Lou, where tor numr yean he
is sent away from home. 0 Vfci* prominent mmnric unr"Mr D0M"becne 4e lrlot ..ol taking :.
a wider Interest In civic and business affairs.4 Homestead and 4
Everything of every kind that helps< the saw*jMMtiaaedj the Antland A Unat. whist, hM!| keen openftlnc
(.CiJnUAUe4 o. Pas! T4D) '
Redland,District helps,you helps every 1 :

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I Homestead.. Business J.WI' Marinnlti Redlatd Appliance South Dade Farms, lne.
! ..: 'oJ. College l...... ............ Wbsas. JW'Nau-a1 sank aldg.h .
h -114.1 NaUoul Beak naBdtag I3edN1n "hen'sea w.sid liid. dlssdda ................. k;

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L. KftKfrick Turner Funeral Home Jeffrey Lumber: Co.Brooker Dumber Ce.
and I %.-IIMr A..b.Lae.Ben..... lkeae n n..a
J. At.Scarborough "lass 544-It 1 nenetned, f1erhta noweabsk na4wa

H. A. Cameron .. lytne.Gxove.Dairy Sm ice Stat" '
I REAL ESTAtE o.B. PARKER Prop.Pb.a. ..'
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\ Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday May 7.1937

A. A. KoestHne C. O. Robertson, .. graal Wawa '21 Mrs opal
j' Charles Little, Banks Byrum, SERMON TOPICS Gray. At IL naming worship*
Reuther Sullivan Preston Bird, "A Great W_.": bapUsnal
I Jr., Charles Stefl nl, Howard FIRST BATTIST CHCBai service. A* 1 young pope't
Lamb, it, Jimmy and Billy Mt- May t *> Moralagt Mather's enacting directed br Miss Mwf
KELLA SAULS, School Editor Cready, Paul Rue David Roberta, Day service evening sermon: Anna an",.. Afl.lt evening
Ross Rettz, Edward Kirby, Elbert "Kin Folks et I...". warship: "Jesus' Testator an
Doter Ben Bechdol, Charles Robertson ,
1 We are all very glad that Mrs. Which are displayed on the bulletin May 11 Prayer meeting Fasting and Feasting. :,.
Jimmy McConnell, Harold
I aenrlce. -
; Scott who WM ill several weeks to beMlrel.I "
Branch, Harry' Bowen Hubert
now able to be back In school. FIVE PONTIACS AS PRIZES
Smith, Carl Frederick and Lester
I'' I Miss Dorsey's fourth grade Is Archer CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CMCRCU I Detroit May: < Upwa, tff
i The seniors have started to going to put on a May Day program May I -- LeaMneermoatopic a quarter of a million people jjH
1'j' work on their nines day program next Thursday, May 11, at : "Adam and Fallen expected to participate la ,She
'', which will be given May 19.i 100: p. ra. In the Neva King Cooper REDLAND F. F. F. Man". deiuonBtratlon and essay contra
I i School: auditorium. Anne Rheney By Willis Basle sponsored by Pontiac deaJer6
The Invitations to the lunioer wall be crowned queen and Billy I ... HOMESTEAD METHODIST tlonally during April and Ma**
Jacobs king There will be no ; Contestants quality for
r mentor banquet were cent out thisweek. The Redland chapter Future CHURCH entry
The banquet will be held, admission charge Farmers of America held Its May I Morning Mother's blanks after taking a demonstration
on Friday evening May 21, at B: annual Father and Son Ban- Day service; evening: sermon ride and will be requite\
o'clock In the American Legion; Mrs Rutland substituted several quet, Thursday; April 29, at by Miss E. 8cnats a converted write a brief essay Awards Include
',I lull. This will be followed by e' days this week during the absenceof 8' o'clock. It was held at Jewesa, wh will speak on the five new Pontiac cars abd to
,, I mid-night picture how for than Miss na,. the Methodist Church annex In Jewish Passover and Its relation cash prizes 'Ji
: at the banquet only Silver Palm.H. to Christianity.
The girls In Mrs. Thurman'sroom
F Mitchell the Invo- "It must be hard to keep tWon
art working on a Goose Land gave
About 75% of the high school FIRST I'UIJlYTEItI.NCllmC. this ship" A
operetta to be given at the P.-T. A. cation after which the chapter officers -
dramatics class and many of the "How la that.?" .&
the used for
meeting Tuesday evening The Save ceremony
other students attended the Shakespearian May At II a. BV child -Well, I Just heard the capuftiMy
play, "Twelfth Night", pupil are also making pretty opening their regular meetings I ren's foreign mission day pra be uses four watches a nlghtj"
After the
j health booklets. meeting was opened
at the Redland school auditorium I '
Billy Anderson give the welcome -----
Monday night Every one seemed I I Mir Jackson's class is sorry to address to the fathers. O. C. Wood''
to enjoy It, as that is all that '** Piggy Chambers who has
then gavex.the response to. the welcome -
we have. heard since Monday'I gone to Ohio. The pupils are improving address, after which Alvin i
night !j I In art as they have decorated -I Frothero played two harmonica TRUCKS 1
bulletin board with solos. I i
The boys' public speaking classes i .th'n .
M are having round table discussions H. E. Wood intinerant le.cher1;
trainer from Gainesville Florida,''I
; and are learning the use at the -
1 I library and reference material, BOY SCOUT SIGNALSBy then spoke about the program I'f.I 1928 Ford Ton Truck-Good condition ..
,I in order to learn how to get ma- I work for Future Farmer chapters

terial for future debates. Lester Archer_ I He explained to be accomplished thoroughly each by each objective 1930 Chevrolet Truck-Priced cheap .:}

The dramatics class Is workingon The Scout went to Cape Sable! and every chapter. He also said .
selections from the play,I last week and camped at Flamingo in his speech that Warren Wood' 1935 Chevrolet Cab-flat body
"Twelfth Night" I II where there are several houses and had won high honors In the Chilean
1I 1IJ I some' mosquitoe We weren't I crops contest. 1934 Chevrolet-Cab body (2)
I Miss Hsydon's eighth grade will, bothered much by mosquitoes because Walter Thompson then played
I be given a tacky party at the, someone' had brought along another harmonica solo. 1933 Chevrolet Pick-Up-A-1 tires, new pain-;
,t home of Mrs P. a Bird by Mrs. some pyrethrum powder to burn Don Lair gave a speech concerning Overhauled
: Bird and Mrs. Ben Archer, room la the morning w* went In the his supervised! practice
:j mothers next Wednesday evening water and had some fun In spiteof program. He stated the various
f the" fact that the water was muddy difficulties that he had to over- 1931 Ford-Cab-good rubber painted:
The elementary art chum are and shallow Then we packedup come to secure training in truck
observing Music Week by coloring and climbed aboard the Chevrolet farming. He has overcome hiring "
picture such as the good ship, truck Mr. Pinky Lamb had labor at rush seasons of the crop
." llIpop", ion I music staff ol loaned us. (because the Scout by exchanging work with his father -
f ,Water The pupils pre making Lock needs new tires) and headed He help his father to plantadd
Mother's Day cards also and usingon for the capei harvest his crops, and Injre-'
them very pretty color and When we got to the bridge,which turn' his father does the same for PassengerCars ,
sliver paint. was out, the boys who brought him.
I Cart Wagner principal of :Bed-
lines fished. Then we started hiking -
Friday Mrs. Mills Ji Conducting for the cape land School, and H. E. Reely both j
I II music memory contest for ,the We walked out about three miles ,expressed their pleasure; In being
I elementary' pupils ay this 14 music and then the cape could barely be guests at our banquet
week. seen from the top of a tall dead The regular closing ceremonywas
liveoak tree. We were thirsty used to close the meeting
The third, fourth, fifth and sixth and tired so we headed back. Whenwe forty-eight members and guests 1934 Ford Tudor-priced to sell
trades went out to the Redland got back to the truck the water were present The food was furnished i
school last Friday and played was nearly gone However, we all by the Womans' Missionary 1929 Dodge Sedan-Good running car-cheap
t diamond ball with the elementary had a little, and on the way back Society of the Silver Palm Church. .
grades; out then. we were getting outevery thing price
we had left In the way of food that i
Mrs. Webb's class Is making contained moisture and passed It KelvinaUr Refrigerators 1933 Chevrolet Sedan-Overhauled-good tires,
very attractive May baskets. around. Roper Gas Range J
: We want to thank Mr. Cain for paint. 1
Mrs Fltlelds class' has finishedthe the tarpaulin and Mr. Lamb for Virgil D, Lyon-Harold B, Lyon .
study of social life among the the use of his truck. 16 W. MOWRY ST. 1933 Ford Coupe-priced to sell *- }
a' animals and has made booklets Those who went were: the Rev
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37iurtr-:, :;'': :. ,FrfdayMay7.1937 THE.L ADER. ENTERPRISE __ ___. Pace Severn f j
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)jt' ":, .rf tr. ruu to visit Mr. and Mm M. Mr Emma Wright i* recovering Mr. and Mr*. Thomas OalleandrvwiD
mpta: .... W. Coker. Lester Coke '. parent from Ulnas at the home f her tf fM tMi week from the cih\
and"... .::. On Thursday they Wi. ) Mart tatHitiaboraugh. son-4t-laa'tlitd daughiet :. 44 but tot1a.. *n Broadway to the
11.1': In and Ground Mix, and points in Mrs. John L. Scarborouglt gefiWrtHe1 property on Se\ttntl
Tennessee. afreet.Mr. .
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David Williams and kin mother *. McCloud of Miami i-ifuett 1
I'lJIlJ Homestead Mn. W. M. Williams, who spent MiT., \V. Sever* Correspondent at the home of Mr and Mra,
f the winter with Mr. and Mrs. John I II I. Leslie Fcrtyth.Clyde .
William at their Porvenlr residence Mr. and Mr*. Elbert Fraacher
left for their horn In West
I who have lived here for the past I Nelll who ls ipcndim> the
I: Mr*. J. C. Shelton will leave entire SL John's conference Brownsville, Pa. Tuesday :year moved to Miami Tuesday. (Cuntlnued on Page Ten i
t Homestead tonight for her homein preached at the Redland Community I .
Pedemal, New Mexico, after a Church Sunday.: Mr. and Mn. E. B. Blackburnand
visit of ten days wlth-Mr. and Mr*. Mn. MaMe Butler spent 8\111-1 -
onr& o .B. Parker former neighbor A. W. Hutefcjnaon, George Gann day at Royal Palm State Park. I
of her and her late husband when and Walter Peterson returned FL
4redjtto they lived In old Mexico. Mrs. Tuesday night from Charleston, 8. Frank Dice of Kendall was tak-
Shelton WM the flied of Mr. and C., where they spent three day en to his -home Tuesday after he
I*!!* Mr*. Parker when they attended on business. They will return had received medical treatment at o
the Rotary conference in Jacksonville there In 10 days to spend a month. the Post Graduate hospital.
last week, and before returning -
I: to Homestead they took her Mrs. A. C. Deputy left Monday. Mrs. William Moore of Miami is
Into Georgia and down through morning for Columbus Mias to visiting her sister, Mrs. ]Pies Posey.in i
central and west Florida. visit her father H. L. Bailey who Homestead for a week or two. JVR

"Mr:and; *Mrs7 Lester Lawrenceand Mr. and Mr*. Lloyd Field have

!!!f their son, Wayne, returned Marguerite Murphy spent last taken one of the W. E. Koon apart
ments on N. W. Third street
Sunday after ashort visit with
'"__, week-end In Belle Clad as the
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relative* In Alabama and Georgia house guest of Margaret Risk, S
Fame" visited with hia grand- daughter of Mr. and Mn. W. P. Min Mary France Arthur spent
'mother, Mr*. Nellie B. Bridge oflakely Rink, former resident of Home- the week-end a* the guest of Min
.. $ aa., while Mr. and Mrs.r stead. Margaret and her brother. Charlotte Freeta in Miami. THE! gift of flower expresses more o(love and sentiment than
: Lawrence visited Mr. Lawrence'smother Billy, visited at the Murphy all our futile words. They are the perfect tribute the tribute
Mr Cordon King I vlaitlng In all best She will be for flower
Mn. Maggie M. Lawrenceat home' here until Thursday of last mother understand. happy
Damascus, Ga., and Mra. Law- week Miami this week at the home of chosen from our fresh and gay assortment ot new spring bloom
rence's brother, O. D. Bridges who her mother, Mn Norman Wllkes. Potted plant and cut flower a large Assortment wait your
it recuperating from an operation
selection here.Homestead
la the Moody hospital in Dothan, A baby girl weighing seven and The Rev. and Mrs. Ceo. J:. Deuel
Ala. Mr. and Mrt. Lawrence three-eighth pounds was born to hav been entertaining the Rev.
topped also to visit their ton, Ed- Mr. and Mr Roland Bryant of and Mr*. Ray Ballard of Hollywood Flower Gardens
win, at the Gordon Military College Princeton at the Post Graduate Fla. All four enjoyed a Mrs. Janle McLean. Prop. Phone MI-M
in Barneiville, Ga. hospital on May 1. She has been trip to the key last Friday,
named Martha Raye.A .
Mr. and Mn. J. K. Gamble left
A six and a half pound daughter,
their winter residence at Kings :
Jean, was born to Mr and 1
hlbwa1and Richard road Sunday
Mn. L. R. Roberts of Redland on I 1Spffah1H
tor New York where they will
May 2, at the Post Graduate hos I w- t
spend the lummer.
pital. I

Mr. and Mn. W. O. Armstrong Word has been; -received that I .. SAWS yhrpNFY1

of Nile, Mich., left Tuesday aftera Mn. II:. Seaman and her son, Edwin
two-week stay in Homestead ,Mn. Frederick Settle and Mn
during which time they were entertained Joseph Spencer who left here
by Mr. and Mn. II. G. Apr. It for their home In Long
Amutrong/nd Mr.. and Mrs. HarrCooperi :. Island, arrived 'there last Friday,:
Paul Beam returned Sunday I
George Krome who spent the from Cherryvllle, N. C, accom i
winter here left Monday morning panted by his brother Robert
for his home in Long Island. Beam of Cherryvllle- Both will return
to Cherryville when Mr.j
The Rev. II:. L. Nelson will leaveSunday Beam' crop I* marketed |
for Savannah where he
will conduct a revival from May Ito Mrt. Claude Carter: who ha been I
16 la the chapel of the Garden visiting Mr. and Mrs A. O. Cain
Church./ returned to her home In Fort Myen

The Rev. Lawrence Radcliff of I
Daytona Beach superintendent of and Mn. Lester Coker who For Complete Horn Refrigeration
,i the Jacksonville conference of the I have been visiting Mr. Coker's
Methodist Episcopal Church and I uncle and aunt,, Mr. and Mn W 1. GREATER ICE-ABILITY
director of World Service for the. i D. Coker, left Sunday to go to LllOJ Endo "!subs-SrrsWgb"erred "losFawrbsa"f -

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In these day families and friend may be scattered to Cubk bC a
the four winds-but reunions are quick happy and !nex. 11 rots.."krtear.MOOS Y latsatly risk rating to* that Bay acne well la tone wan, kxttof .
",:" .,.,. ..,.,. pensive when you use Jong distance telephone service I "r yields U ALL wart. Demand COHniTB ABILITY D4 ALL fJ j

.. aP __ -.Keep those lie of friendship and affection alive and s etstlma-kebf Maps ACT.OB.VICMICoaie la. See howFrigidalr bring yon complrtetieM
strong. On holidays, birthdays, or any day, let your voice I If lob+Orem go waaaMeet kaowa before la slat i eAU VICM. andl xt
1 .. ',! ; : "* express your greetings to loved one In other dtln. I cbacd w Ion Its rissole. yon pay of all S I Jf you wut to aVoKftegm-satUfcctkMi a nan 4fmufiml !

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Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday May 7,1937 ,

I-Social Events. in South '_ 'Dade '"' p ] ij !

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the ,.'npfllntlftt of their

Junior Woman' dub atH' the recent benefit patty had netted daughter, Miss Miriam France A scuttle party was given by eover were ferns and aiten. The
,mwtnid besides planning lorI the dub $H.7S. Burton, and Lonnie Lee Hood of j 14... Stanley W. Wlttkop a* a place cards were dog houses inhabited -
I imdi.itp, construction of a wash The club members with their Goulds, formerly of CotnmerfcO birthday lurpHa for Mr, Wlttkop by china digs. lot cream
i '-rn on, t the Welt end of the club- escorts were Invited by Ux*. JoelJ. at their apartment Wednesday was served with the cake.
i" 'use porch decided Monday even- Robinson, president of the Wo- The wedding will take place In evening. The rooms were dec- The guests included: Mr. 'peel
i< terleg of bunco and man's Club of Homestead, to attend the latter part of l\ le.
"I > IIa or tell with lilies and snapdragons,, Mrs. Bruce Ennls, Mr. and Mi's
ki, edge partial to rain funds for the covered dish supper plan but the tally cards, place cards, Scarborough, Mr. and Mrs. Aebl.
tl'1 nan mf the tennis court on north ned for May 21 when the clubhouse GIVE ANNIVERSARY PARTY : favors and prize were all of the Mr. and Mn. Thomas, Mr. and
Mont between fourth and Fifth mortgage will be btumed. FOR MR AND MKS. R. WALKER scottl, variety. Mr*. Buchanan Misses Alice and
treet< Light In to be added Mrs C. A. Buchanan presided Mr., and Mn Johnny Walker For high score In bunco, Mrs. Grace Hobson, R. E. Sherard and
end ,i steel I net Others present wen: Mrs H. T. entertained Friday night with a Rudolph Aebl was given a dog Ansel Barrow.
The dub planned, also, to add Oxford Mrs. Het'bert'1'.mer. Mra chicken buffet supper at their I doorstop and E. A. Buchanan was .
benches Ui Legion Park during the Stanley Wlttkop, Mrs James Bird, home In honor of the fifth anniversary i given a smoking stand. For low
yearFour Mn Oe*. M. SofmlchseaMrs.. ot the marriage of Mr. score, Mrs. Herman Thomas received -
card parties will comprise Claude Campbell Mr*. W. Walker's brother and sister-in-law a dog silhouette and John 1 SERVELElectrolux
th, ii-K.'and at the end a grand Cave. Jr., Mrs. E. J. Dyal. M. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Walker. The Scarborough a dog bank. Mra
pairs will be given the player with I Burley Dendy. Mn. L. B. Rj home was decorated with lilies,I Buchanan won the floating prize.
th' Highest score. I Mrs. Bruce Emtla: Mn. J. S. roses and other seasonal cut-flow- The birthday cake was a huge
Mi '. 4. S. Horton v.ays and ; ton Mrs. H. O. Harden Mn en. Card games were enjoyed angel food cake whoso snowy surface .
nv. mi i-hatrman, will have charge M. Johns Mrs J. D. Perkins, Mn. throughout the evening. was decorated with rainbow :
or the first t party which will bej I L. T. proctor, Miss Marguerit Those present were: Mr.: and I colored candles in green holders.
given Wednesday evening, May Wollam, Mils Mary Bradley Misses Mrs. Elmer Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs Around the cake on the lace table: Runs Kerosene Fora
ia, I I Alice and Grace Hobson, Miss Ellen James Roberts, Mr. and Mn. Billy I Few Cents
Announcement was made that! Muff and Miss Pearl WMtaker. Caves, Mr. and Mn. Russell walk. MR. AND MRS. CAIN I
a Day
er and Mr. and Mn. Johnny Walk. ENTERTAIN FOR VISITORMr. I

MR. AND MRS. P. J. FRANKLIN Mn. H. J. Brockett, Dr. and Mrs! and Mn. A. O. Cain gave a' Now give your food the finest
OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY Lloyd Shanklin, Mr. and Mn. It. er.R / fish fry and bridge party Friday) protection science has devised-
Mr end Ma. P. J. Franklin ob- W. Mullins, Mr. and Mra. H. J.. P. W. C. TO ELECT evening in honor of Mn. Claude enjoy the same pleasures and
rtrved their twenty-third wedding Derbyshire, Mr. and Mrs. David OFFICERS MONDAYThe Carter of Fort Myers who was I conveniences of modern refrigeration -
anniversary Monday night with a Snow, Dr. and Mrs. S. S. Shield, Homestead Business and their house guest. that city homes have!
dinner party attended by a few the Rev. and Mn :Ray Ballard ol Professional Women' Club will The fish fry was held by the I Scrvfel Electrolux, the kerosene
intimate friends. Hollywood, Mrs. Margaret Kennedy have a pot luck dinner at 8.30: in tennis court near the ban park.. refrigerator, duplicates In all
Ones wen Mr. and Mrs Russet Mrs. James F. McCullough, Legion ball Monday: and bold,j ta Cole slaw, salad tomatoes pickles I Important respects the famous
Anderson, }lr. and Mn. J. H. Mn. Oeo. W. Turner, Jr. Mn. annual election afterward. and tea were served with the flab gai refrigerator that has been .
Hunter and Allen Neat Harry C. Reely, Mn. ';i'. E. Adorns, Delegate to the state 'convention -; After the flab fry bridge was serving fine city homes duringthe
Mrs. Ceo. E. Reed, Mrs. J, L. Robinson in Fort Lauderdale will be played st the Cain home. past ten years.

THRU:: COUPLES CELEBRATE: Mrs. Jas. M. Dobbin M'rrl.' selected at this meeting. The guests Included besides Mrs. Protects food perfectly
THEIR SECOND ANNIVERSARY: Myra Woodbury, Mrs. & E. Drew,! Carter: Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Walker, .
Freezes Ice cubes
.Ii and Mrs/ Edward Brooker, Mrs. R. J. Shepherd, Airs. John METHODISTS HONOR Mr. and Mn. Floyd Fogle, Mr. and --desserts
Ji Mr and Mrs Ronald Stocker porte Mill Union Port, Miss I WINTER RESIDENTS: Mrs. Stanley Wlttkop, Mr. and Mn. e Saves steps, work money
ot Pafcokee and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mary Leeds, Margaret and Betty p Memben of the Homestead J. A. Webb, Mrs John L. Scarborough No doily attention-*no
t Sullivan celebrated Ore second SUUman, Jean Calkins, Ralph McCullough Methodist Church who are her! and Mn. Goo M. Sonnlchsen. water
1. anniversary ot their marriages ala and James F. UcCulJough : I during the winter season only were' e No machinery to wear
II supper al the horn of Mr, and Jr.M1Jsrc guests of honor Friday evening at ,
Mn Edward Brooker, Jr., Sunday ''a lawn party given by Mrs, J. A. Mrs. Beg Archer represented Own It en Easy Purchase Plea
the Redland W. C. T. U the i
evening. McNelll and Mrs. A. S. Mayo at *
The three couples went to Frt TO BE HELD MAY II More home A pot hick supper dinner held by the Ida DeGarmo J. W. MAGINNIS\
W. C. T U at the horn of :
f Lauderdale Mrs./ I E. H. Fltxpatrkk' pupils Mrs.
oat Apr. 24, mi. and was served cafeteria atyl* I
have their 111I'III.1'II'tIS1 week Archer1: sister, Mrs Jai M. Carson at Hi N. Krone Ave.
war married by Judge Boyd And. will The honor guests Included: Mrs I
i son at a triple ceremony. The pJ'OCt'IIIft.em Saturday May II, at and Mn. John O. Williams who in Miami Monday
h tss before her marriage was 3:30: o'clock.LOCAL! I Will leave next week let their rammer -
d ",1 I "- Clara Flea Easoaof Princeton: horn la Brownsvill Pa.; Mr.
} v Edwanl Braoker Was Miss GROUP VISITS j jRtV. (and<< Mrs. Casper William and
\ ,n ginia Bush of Homestead; and LEWIS G. ADAMS daughters, the Misses Eleanore I IT ITQ .
Ali- Ronald Brooker wa Miss The Reis. Lewis G. Adam of and Barbara, 'and Browns-1
I uanJta: Leggett: of Could. Redland who U(U at his apartmentat lie William, also of '
917 N. W. 27th terrace. Miami ViBe: Mr. and Mrs. Lewis I CHOCOLATES
AIL AND: TWIRL CLOSE was surprised Tuesday night by a Brandenburg whose summer home
CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARYMr. visit from some of the memben la In Georgia; Mr and "'n. Pickering FLORENTINE $4 flfl
and Mrs. J. X. Close celebrated of the Methodist Church of Prince and the Rev. and Mrs. >: LEATHERETTE vv J V t rte'PA
the nineteenth anniversary ton. Kelteck.
... of their wedding Tuesday eveningby la the party were: Mr. and Mrs Othen present were: Mr. and CKAGE LL
giving a buffet supper at their D. a Smith, Mrs. A. W. McVlcker Mrs. C. D. Faker Mr. and Mn A SYMPHSTATII
home.Present tin, Leona Wright, Mn. Singer, B. Sag! Mr. and. Mn. Harvey ERYY LAW N
besides Mr. and Mrs. Mn./ Harry Wright and her twodaughters. Brown, Mrs. Ivan Moser, Mrs. A. #
Close were: Mr. and Mn. B. C. Ruth and Esther Mrs. A. Koesttine, Mrs. Mollle WlngMm ." Audi 00 10CARA
Murphy Mr. and Mrs. F. L Men- Ole -. Mn. Cora Lott, Was \ Leo U Peyser, Mrs. J. UBurten $
waln, Mia Marguerite Murphy Cleo Chubb Miss Shirley Hark- M... T. R. McMeekln, Mn.
i Mir Edwina Close, Mia Martha ness, and George Peterson. Webster Williams, Misses Antion-
Clos. Mary Jo Close aril Frank ills and Helen may, Wanetla' and! I rPerfwmi 1I
and Arnold McTlwaln.RECITTIO.V mmSTrU POSTPONE: Alen KeeetliM, Edith and Lillian i 1 MME .
ANNUAL PICNIC Booth, Evelyn' taker, Jonelle MOTH D (
I ii'Gi'V* r The picnic ot the Redland District Slagle, Lenora Wtmama, Keltkv 01 9 1Y
itt FOR UPLAND PASTOR Ministerial Association ached Lewis and Yates taker Marvin
itA reception said community tiled for May 10..has been post Poyser, Alton SlagOa Charles Williams ,
upper at DM Redland parsonage poned until a later date. and the hostesses.Mtig. .
Apr. 29 war, glvoN as honor ot the I
:Relr. C O. Nelson who has been
wappoUVd pastor tt the Redland
"Commuajity., O reh. CARE .
After the supper, a program mm LUNCH f
liven at the church. Th Rev. M I
Glenn James of the WhIte Temple and Beauty PM.lS .
Church of Miami gave the address 1'1 50C Hot or Cold des ..
and Dr. H. 8. Wolfs gave Is 'vicarsnumber We A
True beauty denmuU .. ;
Mn. INflNl"
to accompananent by ,
the best of
can at all
J' ,Joe several Elder MM piano LTQlan oeJecOetukwere Port- playtd .... Whether J O. f-ti wises Aelal.mankure v
Rue ,
Prevent testa" those named EUGENE Perarnacnt.
ea gay..ol
: tn* stew and MM. Ce, atDeuvl ; UM .
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and Mn.Thomas Brew
Mn .
to iMuiy .
ysai7flodtae ..rirtgwoat .. ICE CREAM ,
*r, Mr. and Mn. Frank Slfffinsn, skilled opepdurs at .tIe'i < '
Mr. and .WajrawXadkiw, Mr. J's t's'-Beaaty Parterti ,.. ra140"U"' I
and JoIn Harfejr a-Ykiro, fin and 'left serve E.-. .. pbs4 5 t !
Mrs. H. 8. Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. W.. any: idol.7etrgMCltla I :r--. Made Fresh Daily Ii; ., .1' ;
u 2VDi. ) ( *Mi aamria*!.* 1 ,
O, Armatrantf Of Mien .ft. .
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and Mrs.. Joseph Thief\ Mr. .and tUseaM..ti1'ERXANM .. f...... tW ai' 4im yeasAsir Our Store' sIo

Mrs. M. ,J; Armstrong, 1St. and fee M ........ are 1I1/IfIIII' :
'seal u.dutaeisws.ad lone
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I The Calendar I CII.-eI\banquet at I a ,Trinity)H na Methodist Monday I IIWI ; jt

t .... The suppe" was, t
r vents J May 7 H. R Sr senior play, IftpIJ'Id try the Mothers
I "Out of the Foe". Class and served ta the baw- .

Mar 7 Mewing of Ad Astra aunt of the omurch. Walter Beslt- P1U.MI (
| Chapter of the O. C. S. ham, lt..rtr, Introduced the I

May t j- Food sate M 3 o'cteck' ministers present and Mr. King E
MRS. ROBERT M. SEYMOUR ADDRESSES at Fredrick building. gave a brief talk.

MEMBERS: OF SOUTH DA1DE GARDEN CLUB, May 9 Homestead Girl Scout Later the tables were pushed
troop's celebration .f Its aeventhannlvenary' back and games were enjoyed
under the direction of Mr. Koest-
sweet clover and tnalplghla ruel line and Ben Hunt. .
Mrs. Robert-M.-Seymour, *ducittotUl > May It-Election meeting and
director MI the Florida 1 la Mr*. Co. E. Reed Cave a pot hick dinner ot Homestead B.
Federation of Garden Clubs, in,an group of readings. P. W C. at 1:30: p. m REMAND LAst TO RAn GeneralPublic
address to the South Dade Garden Present were: Mr*. Chs. Torte PARR THIS AFTERNOONMrs.
May 10 ;Pot-luck for
Club Monday at the home of Mrs' Simpson and Mr*. S. Peterson 'of supper H. J. Armstrong' Sunday
Baptist Sunday School teachers at
Elberta Bui the member a Vt. School Class in the Redland Com-
gave Miami, Mr* R Hall of Texas, G. I. Gault home. Utilities
great deal to think about and to Mrs. S. J. Shepherd, Mr. Harry munity Church win have a party
work for. Topics the touched on' Wolfe, Dr. Irene Shanklin, Mr May U-Homerteaa P.-T. A. at 4 o'clock this afternoon.
In tier talk Included native plant Carrie Shanklin Mr*. F. C. Henn meeting at I p. m. In Neva King The program and ga.mes will be I Homestead Phone MS-M

material), plant Identification Mr B. F. Collier, Mr Don Fer- Cooper School followed by a refreshment course
landscape horticulture, garden design reyra Mrs Wm. M. John. Mr May U All day meeting of
and highway and park planting Jas. McCready, M.... Ja.. M. Dobbin F. L. and T. Club at home of Mr*.
*. "In garden clubs" the Mrs. Oeo. M. Sonnlchsen, Mr. Florence PntettL I
q'JWd.l'a whole lot of nice women, H. Ruegg. Mrs Bishop, Mrs. H. C. May 12 Junior Wasnan Club
are doing a lot of nice thing" Reed, Mrs. Joel Robinson Mn benefit card party In Homestead

Mr*. Coo. E. Deuel, conservation N. Q. Bull Mn. H. T. Potter, Mn Woman's Club building

chalrmnn, Hid that in tome Wm. Dunlop, Mrs. Geo. E. Reed,I May 13 Meeting of Redland
states It If against the law to pick Mrs, Deuel, Mn. J. M. Gay. Mrs., Ladles' Aid at home of Mn. Ceo.i .
or dig np wild flower without the J H. J. Derbyshire and Mr*. Bute. W. Turner, Jr.
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permission of the owner. Mr W. The. club will meet With A.I I
May 14 Redland P.-T.
D. Bishop showed specimens of Puegg of West Kings {, Mn'j ,
I i i meeting at 1I.p. m. Executive
tetruygla bicolor, partridge pea ,Monday, May 1'7.I committee: meeting 3 p. III.I I J
May IS-Music" week: program '
SCOUTS TO HAVE McNelll Mrs. C. D. Eakar, Mr*.
Mn. R. H. riUeutrick's home
ONE-rOT SUPPER I C. B. Be jtly, Mr*. Geo. Ramon at//
The Homestead Olrl Scout will,Mr*. Dan Williams, Mrs John Williams 3:30.May
have a*' campfire one-pot upper Mrs. Mays, Mrs. Koestline, 17-Meeting of South
this evening at 8 o'clock at the Mrs. Booth Mr Showalter, Mrs. 'Garden Club with Mr H. Rwegg
home of Mrs. Frank SktlL Vara I I Caplinger, Mr*. Mollie WIngate on West Kings Highway. !
Rheney I planning the supper.If I May Homestead High School
the tent that the scouts have- class day program.
Ordered arrive today the girl will I I May 20 Redlend Home- I 1
Demonstration Club and MAY
camp tonight on the Skill lawn. ,LEAGUE HAS MASQUERADE
A group of the scouts, Athley'''PARTY AT BULLARD HOME exhibit
Kemp, Grace Cray, Catherine,, The memben of the Hi-League May 20 Homestead Home
demonstration Club and
Grave, Tars Rheney and Virginia of the Homestead Methodist meeting
Klnner,' met before the regular: Church enjoyed a masqueradeparty exhibit.
meeting Tuesday to study the Australian .t the home of Miss Nina May 21 Redland High School

pine and they found that, Bullard Friday evening. Outdoor Banquet.
May 21 Homestead High
this tree which look like a pine I and indoor games were played,' -
and ha| wood like an oak I* akin and fruit Jello and cookies were School Junior-senior banquet inn I
Legion hell at 8 m. I
I p.
to the Walnut and the wUJow.I served.
May 29 Mortgage burning
, At the regular meeting Barbara Tho4 present were: Mr*. J. E. I program of Woman's Club of
. Bigger** 'j$-m-or conducted in ob- Close Mr F. O. Bullard. Wanet- Homestead. I

ervatlon game. Miss Katherine ta KoertHne, Mary Louise Pierce I May 28 Redland High School
Thelwrt helped with health study. Evelyn Syket, Mary Jo Close Mar- class day. I
Mrs. Fred Lucas and Mrs Skill jorie Moser, Mary Grace English '
Instructed In the process of trl- Mary Ellen Gay, Marjorie Lewis, '
imgilM bandaging. Practical bed- Mildred and Margaret Field, Birdie 'LOCAL METHODISTS ATTEND I'
making, also wa studied. Home Malls Souls, Willela Bul- MIAMI CHURCH '
Three hundred ilxteen dozen lard Elmer Martin Jack Mc- Mr and Mm Gordon King, Mr
cookie have been told by the Michael Truitt Bullard and the and Mrs A. A Koestlmr, Miss !
Homestead troop. I young hostess Mary Belle Glbb. Miss Marjorie:

Melba Van Winkle, the hostess,( Redd, Misses Antionett and Helen
served Ice cream cup CAROL Moye and Kermit Glbb of the I
BIRTHDAY PARTY Homestead Methodist Epworth
W. M. 8. TO HOLD Miss Carol Walker celebrated League attended ttu young people's
FOOD SALE TOMORROWA her thirteenth birthday anniversary I. !

program on foreign minion Wednesday arternoon by entertaining .
was given. at the May meeting of a group of friend Out "
the W. M. S: of the Homestead door and Indoor games were en .
Methodist Church Tuesday after-, joyed. I y. CE10HONYFE511VAL Thru May!
BOOB. Mr X. S. Capllnger spoke I Ien Ice cream and cookies were serv-
China )Ira, Cv L ShowaJVer,: eeL I
on India and Mr*, Vlvan Booth, The guests Were: Melba Van ,p
on Korea.' Mr*. Leo Pojeer, EI
preadot,-presided and Mr A A, Wynelta Shepherd and.Genl- = volt

KoestUac gave the Scriptural reabig. i dine Shepherd.A .. iO"wJACKSONVILLEFLORIDA" home and the family, specially purchased, special)
The devotional waa given

by Mrt. A. S. oleyl. new kind of DeodorantYODORA I ly produced items-at savings such as ;you can get
Mr* t>6ysr gave a report of the I mOLE
annual urflon netting of the W. M.S. ,
only at Sears. Come to Sears-Miami now, or any
at T.i on Apr. 4 which wa
attended by Mr*. J. Eo Davis, Mr I
William Nolan'and Mrs. Poystn,I time in May. Shop and save. Stock up for the

Final pjunijor: the food join to 1 ;A -? 'I I
be held tomWrow In the Fred-j Asses ANDIII..MoooeooINJOY summer.

erick binding' at 3 o'clock were discussed j It only ta.... t labs. of r. sew SUMMER COMKMT fiat o err I
after a decision against whkh ft wnJ.... ktsfeotly.toothing :::i.de ,.,saEwrtrr.:'.wa oI-t"i I
postponing It h4 been made. A ieee.wa area sa. .. 11I\,..... ......
u a said enra and does IMS an.e "dw.Es .... ask -.....tea I
rummage sale, also will be heldtomorrow. .... .....
stain doUciM dotting. 480"N alot lie
Roebuck and CoUN -
mr", ew linnAll Sun: i
Tho i present were Mrs. t, A. Tae got positive protection""'II'Y6d_ r-Collet: I
Quick se ctxirrAii
diMppwh M waiting Nor
Of"dryb+g".Too CM ere h right Wearshoring

; YoOora praocn horn tile no- Sanfishai1SinerR.-St.oe eo.....tits
Send'l.'l i tile nest s ant you apply h.It Wigs yen scews I 1 1eMttt asuo '4...e.suo I
t .. .." of 'TodoM Meat' Jot .... a-... III.-IA.sea
> anlwy iMfUmseoihlng CLEAN and WHITEN TEETH
......-.......- erg
and Mf.1n Ttw and J sMckJUi -
THE i. '' with Cabavth* OsysM teeth Powder vkk*
.All.. : ,':..r/ee Stash aeM to the hd -- -. teeth Pttasa, freakiaA,aVsteOsi the
AUANTlTMONTHLY At Yen f.r*rt DratStor.I sad si*jyinM>nilciI to ....


@E---+ What Cabs wiB .. f w rest teeth I* sasltrMmsflstrattd
I : : Annie. ,Mayhew Fitzpatrick by y m fa row *<*m koaa st one
I' ..... > >>*BM. Simply Jill U:* era ea with =
t chews tbat have made tsar AN BUM sad address are k **> *.. Too
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receive aieah.teJy tnt a sent can el CALOX
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1anUoi aeveaty-fiv and l .
years Graduitte.Oberlin--Conasrvatory Royal
TOOTH POWDER, the ymrder man set.
: Ameti:as meet quoted and. most i men people are mint goat, days
j Cherlsped,magazine. Conservatory Leipzig TILL TRIAL CMcKsMM

Sa" ll. (menConlnf this ad) A *Bonus be.. rrfrBVUCowi t
f.Wto I PiANoroI'rE..AND"mOIY tReti ft.4-*1* Vr melon./CALOX:.TOOTH POTBEH> m sea exposes ism..1a.Wa7M.

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Ing Wednesdsy afternoon at i the Purchase of a new International Cilmere and, Mildred Oner; .
home of Mr Tom Cohernour. truck for use by the light and tercup, Crletjf Terburg '
I. = N4t'S EVENTS: .1 water department at a total COlt Katherlne Kelly and Jennie H'2f

: tittle Mllferd Sev ry I* recovering of |1174 was reported by Councilman I dy Dandelion John McLean, Surw"

from a serlou ttlnes. Rue for the committee, appointed flower, Ruth Craves, Poppy MStf '

MR. AND MRS. W. R. BIRD Walker 101.... Coker Mr*.. C K at the last meeting with Permao. '.Y,)

: HOSTS TO TEACHERS' CLUB Rice Mr*. S. A.JClng, .Mr T. IPlche )lr. and Mr*. Frank Stalllngi power to act upon the acquisition The king's guards are-

: Mr*. Oeo. N Wskefleld won the I I Mr 3. R. Pop*, Mr*. J. T and Mrs. L. C Aldrlch of South of this equipment City Clerk R.C. ,Houston, Louis Murray, Don"l

I high *core for the woman and Martin. Mr*. Js It Doney. Mr Miami visited relative her Sun.day. Edward and Council President mons, Alfred Sanden.
Lewi Mr CetlWr and the hoc I Joe L. Burton were authorised to '
Frank Webb won the high I con I i Proctor, Frank Hausmun unj.Ceorg ,;
for men at the Teacher*' Bridg* leuMr execute the purchase' agreement Rucker "

Club meeting Tuesday evening at : A. D. Smith! was elected I R.II. DONE A contract for the purchase of Harry Biahop, Oliver Sounders II:!',
Orel four which' met 790 feet of fire how from Hector wny
the hue,. M? Sir. and Mr W. R. Ie of Mary C Suber and Joyce f '- .,(
it the home of Supply Co wag rejected and returned
Bird. Ice with Juice .
cream grape are butterflies, and Robert l llivan
aerved.Thone R. E.: Edward. The hoiteu Mra.1 to the company for revision .rt'
was and Harry Parks
Mr ducted the devotional, end (Continued from Page Ad) after President Burton had pointed pac .r
present were: Mr an here for the past three year*. I A fifth and sixth grade chonti&fwill
Plan of the "retained
Frank Webb. Mr. and Mr*. Julian Polk offered prayer out that the terrni *"
at Assisted by H. W Aihby, Mr. sing between acts. r.1.
Webiter Mr .odl\fl'l. L. a Som- made for the W M U meeting title" agreement were too .
meri, Mr. and Mr*. Wikefleld Mr. the church next week when tin! Done soon made hla company the rigid to suit local condition. '

and Mr*. Bevo Webb, and Mr. and prognm will be given by thli: largest general appliance itore In a letter from Florida Motor Saving for Rainy Day ; ,
Mn. Bird. circle The foreword and Introduction south of Miami with a stock of I Llnei the council wu aiked to I :Ii-
of the book, "The Rebirth electrical appliances that would do discourage the posiible entrance Brings Rain, Is Claim :j

MRS. CASFER HiLUAMSTAKES of a Nation" by Jacob Gartenhau credit to III community much larPractlcally IntO Homeitead of a competing bus -I.

CLASS TO POOLS *. were read by Mr*. T D line As no application for a "Saving for a way day onlymake "

Mr*. Caiper William entertained PlcheDurlnf. every Merge product franchise ha* yet been received, It rein" according to
her Sunday ichool clan Tueiduy the octal hour refreshments made Is carried In the Homestead the letter wa* ordered acknowledged article read by T D. Plche to the an '\

afternoon at the Venetian were served by the hoten store Included In the line are and filed for future reference Homeitead Townsend Club at It
Pool A picnic: lunch wa* terved misted by Mr*. J. M. Fort the Norge refrigerator, range*, Building permit for repair and weekly meeting In the Neva King .

after the water game*. washing machine, Ironen, com imall itructum were luued to Cooper School auditorium lait .
Preient beikle* the hoite* were: LOCAL CIRLS WILL TAKE mercial units, air conditioner, and Mix Loaner, Hector Supply Co. Sunday afternoon. "Before the

Mr*. J. H. Webiter Mill Edwina PAH IN ACHIEVEMENT: DAY beverage coolen and drinking and J T Stark. Permit for the remodeling crash," he read "the American '
Close. Mil* Mary Elizabeth Kyle. fountains, Other electrical appliances of I reiidence on South
Member* of the Homeiteid high people were laving U billion do(> ,
Mia Mary Eleanor William, Ml i ,achool and elementary 4-H clubi sold include Stewart- I Krome avenue by Policeman William Ian year. Initead of making ,
Nina Pearl Buih. Ml** MarjorleMoier. Warner refrigerators, Maytagwashers H Sykei wss withheld untilHenry ,
,will go to Miami Saturday for the them safe against a rainy day, this
Mlu Alt* Webiter and Ml** nnual county achievement day General Electric radios, Brooker, Jr, fire committeeman. only.brought on. the deluge."
Barbara- William 1 Nalco water softeners, Duro pumps could (investigate. fire
exhibit and program at the AdaM and water softener md alt email d. That I* why the- Townseadplan ,
restrictions In that nelahborh
MR. AND MRS! McDANlEL rrltt School Plan for taking electrical appliances, 'A complete advocate* spending he. laid "and

ENTERTAIN COMVS CLt'B I,the girl* In a ecbool bus were duvcuoed service department hat been !added Councilman Penj; W.. Morris! ., when; etghjmillion- 014 folks get .::'

The member* of the Comu"Club at Tuesday' meeting* 61 to the store and large display liked that ,hot committee Invest-- U> .pending 1290 each every, 30 -

were entertilned on Thunday the club when Mr*. Mary TrlggCarleson 'room* hive- been'modemiied and .(gating the airport situation' be day*. 11 time* .. year, prosperity ,4

evening by Mr and Mr*. H. P. MoDanlel and Mi** .Eunice Ofad> ,redecorated. Thk ''stor I* now given more time. He ssld that:J will not b* Just,around the comer, --.
at their home in Diamond' of. the Miami office: were present; one of the moat' 4.na'of it* type I check for $50 had been sent .to the.ta'le but rightla our Jap*." ,
.aerved A picnic lunch will be served on Internal Improvement board "
Park Supper wa* cafe- in the'entire community. President-, B, -Pullenwirned 'tI\
to clear the title to 40 of the
the ichool ground*. acres
terla ityle on Uble en the terrace Mr. Done member ofthe of'enemy piper"publlibed \<\'vLoAnaelei
it a
Stt-acre tract and that City Attorney

of the McDanlel home. I I .being
Lion Dub and the Chrlitlan that is 'seat to utTewpaend.
Ira J
: Haycock wai having
The high ecore prize for Bridge Science Church and wa baiket Club members.. *He4- ,*
title search made of the remainder
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were awarded to Mr*. E. A. Ame' FLORIDA .CITY ball coach for the Walton Nunerie of the latfd vised member to refusa.lt at the i:'

and Bevo Webb. ; team. He reilde* welt of town post office. 'f
Other present werei Mr. :and with 101.... Done mad Tu .
(Continued From page Seven) ;on hi* grove and Announcement* *
Mr J H. Webiter, Mr and Mr. Patrons Invited to See ,.
In Crameton. N. C, wa In their three daughten and a ion. day that theRev Ol H Slit, pa
nunmer *
Lee H. Lehman, Mr and Mr*. H. E.Schaff. Florida City on builnei* from Mr. Ahby, Mr Done'* siibtant, Play by Fourth Grader tot of Lake Worth Christum Churctl .' I,
Mr and Mr W. J(. Walton.Dr
till .hat been engaged the electrical and'president '0' the fourth Congressional
Saturday TuetdayJ
and Mm. Frank Hauaman appliance business for more than School Townsend board,win b*
patrons art Invited to attend
member*, and Mn. Bevo Webb and received most eneral'meeUIng
twelve year*, guest speaker at a (
Mr*. E. H. Miner of Fern Park. Mile H. Dixon returned Saturday of hi* training, both mechanical without charge l musical of federated tabor orgintza* .
from bualnee* trip to Georgia.Mr. play, "The Posey Bed." which will
Benle Hughe end Buckner Bea .
and sale*, In the factory training M tton*-o' the Miami' area in: Carpenter' *
presented Thundiy evening atI
Ie)'. vUitort. school*. I Hau44 M,W. Third ttreet.MI
Mr Hobart Brocket o'clock In the Neva King Cooper
an '
at B p.1I'I. next Wednesday
W. M. S. CIRCLES HOLD left Tuesday for thrlr tummer : School by Mlu Frances Dorsey'* j
THEIR MAT MEETINGS home In North Haven, Conn. vatlon Camp at Kendall were not 1! Fourth grade puplU. The muslal I- '
Circle On of the W M. U. of represented at Wecln.acI.,'. meetIng : : part of the play 'to directed byMn. Mens Union Directors

the Flnt Baptiat Church of Home* Jnper Busha .to. leriouity IU but will be given an opportunity Marguret Mills nd the. dla-l To Meet
*t ad met at the home of Mr*. Pete it the home of hi* son-in-law and to pay required $10 entrance, togue part by Miss Don.,. j Monday Night

Morgan Wtdneiday afternoon daughter, Mr. and Mr. Paul Haley. fee and join the- league before the J JKuon I Billy Jacobs, son of Mr and Mrs.t
After the builneu meeting the devotional officially open a week Adrian Jacobs will be crowned! The board of directors of the

wa read by Mrs. Morgan Herbert Hunter expect to from tomorrow i ring of ..M.y. and Anne Rheney)Rcdland District Christian Men's

and Mn. Chariot Martin leave next week for North Carolina Another director'; mee''''' will I Ibe vlll be crowned queen Pearl i Union will meet at 7:3D p. m. Mon

taught the minion itudy tenon He will be Joined by Mn' held at the ame place next >huler. Mary Radford LIUie title t day hi the chamber of commerce
from the book "Follow 14.". Hunter and their children.' Con- Wedneiday night, when report! on i i 'and' Barbara Miller take the building a) Homestead President

Thow preient were: Mr*. Frank ill nee and Milton a* soon .* the condition of the municipal : >art* of the Jour girl* in the pla,. Willard M Fifleld announced yes*

Ins In, Mn. W a Myrlck, Mn R.n ichool I* out. playing field, which U being workid 'j The "pculei" in colorful cosumei ,1, lerday.

Biggen. Mn. C E Suunden, over thi week, will be given'ind I arePussy Willow Lonnie Plan will b* completed for another

Mn L A WI... 101". C R. Bigger, Mm Eline Long of GaitonU, N. other detail Ironed out Home; Daffodil, Fay Pierce, union aupper to be held the

Mn. John Seymour Mrs. Ceo.WeitMn ,C., 1. a guest at the home of Mrmd I ;Trous. Al Taylor, Violets, Madene latter part of thi month he laid.IT .
Martin and the twites
Nelll Palm
Mr* on avenus.
Circle Two met it the home of I'
Mr Annie Butler Wedneiday atternoon. j > THE PAINTERS
I A Mother'* Day program willT
The devotional was given irvaented at the Community .....:- I
by Mill ElUabrlh Schati who
2hui alao gave an Inspiring talk
( ictockMr Oil Co. low bidder, the gasoline
After the builness meeting, a soclal "
contract wai divided equally between :
period WBI enjoyed Mn. But
'. Irene CowlM and 8. E. the Texai Co and Shaw
I hit ierved gingerbread and fruit *
drink. iThoae Turner[ of Miami were dinner Bro*., represented here by A. JCampbell. I 1

j. ueU Sunday at the home of Dr. Oieiel lubricating oU
preeent were Mr*. J. C. [
ind Mr*, S. S. Shield vttl be tuppUed by the Cult Helloing ,
Vunn Mra K R. JRedin, Mr* Oerda : Co I
Co., and the Sinclair Oil
Freed Mn. Or* Frsuler Mr*. H was awarded the contract for kerolene -
met Davis Mr*. Henry Olson The Ladles' Aid of the Community J
nnit lubricating oil for trucks
Mrs. T E. Klrb)'. Mn Letter Law.rence Church held Ite May mnt-: ,
Mn Ben Young, a vlaltor, ten men mean lower wore and
.nd the holt.... I DR. & r. i \- :

Circle Three met at the home of fewer' bench warmer Other Mliml STEDBINSRnbtered

Mnt Janwa Qllmer Tueacla)'. Mra, rule. uch *i no bunt and Optemntrht 1SH'Rwr".WI&U

W D Cokcr gave the devotional no icore on I wild pitch, were reected -' 11 TEARS' ;,,) :
alld read poem, "Sing It Now" Homettead
by the South Dade and Monroe Practice In
"The Tale of Two Peoples" wa* group. Rooms and T SWPHOUSE :
finished and Mn, W L. Rosemond One umpire Art Relcherl of McCrory ArcadeHoun

: gave an tnlereitlng talk on MorrU omeitead was appointed. '11\411 fWOn J

Cardln'* convenlon to ChrlstlenHy ither umpire and the acorekeepervlU Satnrday : T JO to U p. m. }
." and followed her itory with a be selected after 1 M.' f orncEtW89

poem, "Your Live and Mine." hvernier at the request of Eddie W. FUiler.. \MUml. FU.Pheaeei gallon af SWP houte paint covers 800 square feot ofurloee :

Mr*. It Collier prenlded. t Jaunder who represented JhatwrnmUnlty I-S31S-I-T1SX .. at a coil of let* men "ic per aqua,. foot! t
The hoitea eerved apple pi* and ha* had a chance to
punch. tame the second official Dr. L. W. BUbblns, AsaorUte And look what you get for ml*tow prk*. teouty na ohW* bovte I

Those prewnl wereMr. *. C N. Gould and the Civilian Cooler' point can bat Complete prolettlon ogalnil weamerbig" .,' pcetecMon t
j that tort for years.And the added fee vr ef waihaMhy. '

Th.,', why mar* home* or* painted with SWP than .ny other
DIAMOND) BALL DIUI.A.BERGERDentist DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST brand of point See the 32 beautiful SWP colon at our *tornd

: get your free copy of our book'Th.Truth abovt Ha M PelntV.
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tuiU will 10 forward within the
'; .alut. few days. OffUe Heorw I .. M. |* f a. .. I W.D.HorneCo.

:. A radical departure from last 3d N. Kromc Arenue (..days t U II .

you1* rule*, agreed to after a dew S.t.r lively dlicunlon I wilt be the playIng UpstaIrs F. L. SKILL, Owner

of 10 men on each, aide tnateadof Free Parking Space I
Office Hours 8:30-4 'O HKKromeAve Phone 507-J
the former nine player It ,
was pointed out that the MI.m.1 OPRN EVENING I I

r oft bull association i* tailng this! Rl .&rrntNr"JtI non ....m I PA "" tttADOUARfIER"i

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should makf a Mum lor'hlmaelfbel LEGAL NOTICES ;
FIELD! MEET ** Ua *Wlir r.

fe* tea** *l r *' .*...I k T NIatC sRChIT-IW-"11111 u"'n 1 CLASSIFIEn'ADS": i iRATE !

fCesWtflu.d Floral NaQe rflnet1kVtuin. ardwkpilrlanost ttIt ruorjffig'. W'Ia"; %t"At-mIl'Vt;: 1 OP aAaPRCIA4 I

: TAT *Wool,
Peterson, Little. Malcolm paw-' No.. 9 OrrnAnst =ur. : rint insertion IO* a tin; aiAaeejuentW 1nsertIsRe i .
.u. % OF PUMUIMml .
J\GlttI: Hayes, Irwin, Sullivan, cult, The boy did not show any ..........,. a line ; .

Bridges ntzpatricfc.! particular aptitude in this event N..1oo PI.....< VBlMBtna ml MTBMjMMlTB I \,
/.wash .".....as Niondo of menthol
plant throw: Martin, Peterson Dukes West with a leap of U feet protons 1lletda N. e of D.1. (" Y.'I I FOR RENT NICE MODERN HOW two bed- 1.

'F'I Redrtti; Malcolm UUle Hayes seven Inches and Raymond Hayes T plerw.,. TAl.AYltRI Down M.p t 1041 CITIECK. .I rooms bath and sleeping porch I j

Irwin, Stlllivkn.y I all feet the two to =
with were only Dp
9PRCIAL TAX ON&Ta1CT Faces nice 0
I i!FOR RENT by east roomy screened-
High Jump: M. Bishop, Bearing.KM. show any definite promise More FLORIDA No. I or DAUB ltl1N'i'Y, I bath apartment r.1:;: I I I In front porch with furniture and ,

Nixon", Little Hayes, Pacetti, training In this event will undoubtedly Bl kBRlir .*.. IkBt M BTBW I By renting- now you get III|I garage $2,500 Cash or term ;
D. ) bring out tome boy who duty me&-and mining U IV sb.a.. I IMM I
McDsi lei. Collln, Bridget, BBUM lop Uw Flowerpots Paul months for price you would have!j I *....

I{, Vest Glbb will satisfy requirements. Kh R.rsu.Mlk Judge JirfMnl ml tk> ClraBlt Cowl W D'I I to pay other places for the I- ,, SIX ROOM HOUSE three bedrooms
iRunnlrw broad Jump: Nixon In the pole vault Wm. Mc- rmrUm IB and fw the Cunt ml t>mM. am. month winter ".lOn. Clean cool I I I and bath Nice large

Rue. Dearlng. Hardy. PacetU, Michael showed greater aptitude April H. IM7 BIBUBI UM eats ml PBTMB.nwilriBt I'i well shaded rooms, good furniture room Faces south on prominent

Hayes, Malcolm. Little, West, Sul- than most of the other boys. On new It.. \Uw. IB
livan, Collin Fitzpatrick. Wednesday he cleared 0 feet day. ml Mop, lost Bt UM har Bf I* B kt. Bt Sow des, M UM dnmtt GMT ;
> Pole vault, McMichaH Nixon, In the 50-yard dash and also In Noon In Uw CwtkoiBM k tkB City couch In living room make extra -120 I ......
Mimi. m UM r.. tr ml Dmam Im sew c:1 sleeping I ACRES
KabertsD, West the 100-yard dash Raymond; Hayes ralk who Ml am OHMTBI room minute LAND suitable for

Janlor High Entries I I. so far In a class by himself. HeI BowlB pr."4 to BB bawd kr from Homeitead 30 minutes to i I lime grove $300 cash. JI
Tax Behind Dtoirtrt Mo. I of 110I..1 ......
Miami. Rent low
built and has by Eva
boy ;
a powerfully year
SO yard dash: Cheshire, doom out U mlUBMI .... ant t
? :Blondes Walker Caves, Fucht, a will to win which should carry AM If ear HuiBBn mr of..... ml BBMMM Collins Federal Highway and 11A ACRES.LAND, near city limits,
.. Tn arknW DMrlct III... k.B m.nmmm Biscayne drive. suitable for kind
him far with the Interest he hn I i any of grove.On .
Godwin, McMlchaeL Lett, Sulli- k ..... why new kmxlB should untIBMM 1- ,
V an, loll 'Plche, H. Pierce shown so far In the 50yarddash M and nlhlBM god .BonflniM IMM | power line, fronts on sled
he hat a record of 79 yard dash: Cheshire Bowen II MM sold drop .... Bl c.WITNK88 .. I cash.See
I at the present time but he I I. trying rent by year Furnished or unfurnished
itoB-lar. '-frtrtal Mll
Biondo Walker, Civet, Fucht, to bring It down to 5 '-10 seconds .> HlBBil hi OBdB ,*..:: riorMB, tkkiCIH I II Inquire Leader-En- HENRY BEHRENS or BENJ. W
podwln McMichael, Lott Sullivan Seth dar of Aril. 1917.CNealt .
before he la through His first attempt ( Court 0.1)R. I terpriae MORRIS, north of ten-cent store i iI

R; Joe Piche.. Sweet. at the 100-yard dash revealed II. 1RATNaRt/AN. I on Krome avenue Phone No H.
I '"f soh ry.wR ller.4 n' tM rh..odJdkW FOR RENT Furnished house for I
Shot put: ;Bowen, Cave, Glenn, his ability to make It In I Clmlt mt PwrMa to and tar

Godwin, J T. Godwin, Branch, 11 seconds As he ls a heavy man DBQ Cmrntrix I.I. summer or by )'ear. Apply A. FOR SALE Used toilet $3.50; i
b.Puty Ciwb Nabor, Redland Cafe. (2Jtf)
i G Sullivan, Chamblls, J. Sullivan the dirt track at the school< tliwi &Tr.R' KRMPWIiT I Brats knapsack; spray outfit, good

Lott, Sweet, Clonlnger him U1>. His time compares favorably Fort Mlesl W. ,O....Kemp..... FOR RENT Nice, cool furnished order, $1000; pair tinner's shear,

High Jump: Bowen Roberts.Calwln with the record. In the ; asss toe Pattlea.5.IAN.. 1 apartment Private bath I brand new, forged steel, 12% I II tI

Chambllta Sullivan Loa district track meet. Jack Catlln I 10. Nor t. I" 1.1 reasonable Ask at Western I Inches, cut SH, Inches. 11Ie: one

jr. .Sullivan*'Sweet, Ckmlngrr another speed demon, ran the 50- Union (m2' U) pair used but good 40c Sage

Running broad lump: Bowen yard dash in 5.' second and Char- Tape CIRCUIT. r'Rnr'f OP OP TRI FUtR'DA tt RVENTHJITniCIAI IN Grove, Kings Highway, U mile I

r H1dUsRttiltheshlJe.! ,< Podwlo. SulU- lie Little ran It In U second A ANn FOR TUB COUNTY OP DAnB. FOR SALE east of Krome.

vent Lott,.,J. Sullivan. Pierce, Mar- better start for both of the latter I SPECIAL 1 01' DADI TAX 'm'"TY.SCHOOL OIHTRICT FLORIDA NO.Pw I

: tin. will lower their records. tltlonar. ... STATE OP FLORIDA, R- 10 ACRES fine fruit land on oiled FOR SALE Tropical plants, citrus -

. Pole vault Glenn, Barbour, Del- In the Junior division the high .Nook..f_to I'- VaNdoli.a af till, road; nicely located, class to tree and tropical fruit In

r llpjerv. Godwin, Kirby Pierce. I jump has been taken by W. D Lott 1 9e General Refunding needs af porlal neighbor 12 nice coconut palm season. Jungle Grove, Redl n .
Tax Drhd D'-..... N*. f af page County. I 1
i Ha been partly In $4,9 road and Plummer drive.
at 4 feet Inches followed by Carl- _.. grove
'. Track-- sport In which Interest F noted Mar I. IWI | .
1'0 TOM TAXPAYERS AND CITIZENS: I per acre cash. I
ton Sweet with feet T inches. Edward ,
t was revived at Homestead t OP SPFTIAt TAX SCHOOL DIKTRICTINO I ...... FOR SALE Pullets ready to lay 4 tJI
. High School last year when Otha Kirby and Harry Pierce I OP DADE COUNTY FLORIDA ,
... Hackler the eighth district placed high In the pole vault Kirby M..... U It....bit (.... unit .* seder wn 20 ACRES, of which I acres are Also broiler batteries. Shanklin J
won duly m ads and entered In tam stereo, antilted land Grove )
glade, balance pine About (pa23)
:, t. championship In pole-vaulting and : was high with a Jump of 8 feet MUM Ir UM HoMraMa Paul D. I
Kara. Juon ., 27S neglected tree*-grapefruit,
Gainesville 24 Inches and Pierce trailed with of the Clrr.ll Court the
took lac at
third !
Eleventh Judklal ClmN *f the stein afPwrida. oranges and tangerine* can be FOR SALE-Ripe oranges, tangerines -
occupying much of the youngsters' an, t toot Jump Additional pray In and fa* tk* Connor Dado, a*
tice will undoubtedly to April M, IMT, the Slate FurMa reclaimed 1 1)50. Can make grapefruit fryers, eggs,
t attention In the attertchoolJipura serve roaatrtlw tt. = the *:AttfrMy : I some terms. I Dr. Shanklln Grove, Vi mile
+ these dayi. This year the [better these records. W. D. Lott at MM ClravM, to ikow MUM m the I west of Florida City. e30-tf)
school not represented has established a record of 15 feet I4tk dar af May. lilt at tk* hour ml ItV ,Phone 71 H. A. CAMERON
high was
lwk. A. M. of Mid d.5, M tk* ClmH I I Ii
ia any of the district, : meet, but it I 1% Inches In the running broad Court Room It MM Ooo.rtkuM IB Uw coo.1 FOR SALE House and lot Flake R. L RED FRYERS-Live or dress

:I la. hoped that .next year at least jump followed by D. L Bowen Clrnrt* Mimmi, who, m IIIItM the Coantr Vessel of Dad K hi iradlmRowk Manor1 This: I* a good proponi- i ed. Free delivery In city. Phone

font men will partierpaU'and bring I with jump of 15 feet 8 inches. piu.. eA ta .. Lund tee ..... ***-M< Mon For price and details see H.]I 535-M. McEwen Poultry Plant
The 50-yard dash I held T.. arkoal Data," N.. f '"f Dado OantriMclal .
record *
home honor*. The moat likely I ......... mat h ..''Id..... and r"ftrmed.And A. Cameron Phone 72
candidate that recent test have : an eighth grader, Richard Caves, It oar ta...._ or rhlarn of Sow. MISCELLANEOUSFREEI
uncovered are Raymond Hayes, a' for t second W. D. Lot\ and Tex Bekonl D........ III... T kai mmrOBUM MUST SELL I room house and
to MOW why MM ......... .h...... eat
student fronVt'opeka! Ktn. who la Jack Sullivan tied for a second be toed and wtid.W and .nnfir.wd. be furniture price reduced to If excess acid causes you

'*printen .Wm McMichael and place with 6.1 seconds each. Blon la wand to ...*. ...h HM Wfor* MMonrrt $2160. Will accept reasonable stomach ulcers, gas pains Indigestion -
at the MM time and .
Edward Kirby who have been do of the aevf tilb grade made it In WITNFJU air signature and "fflrl.l down payment and monthly payments heartburn, belching

Working on pole vaulting, and (.S seconds oral..t Miami. In ...... Cost. FlorMa, thereafter This place Is bloating, nausea, get free sample
tkla. KKk dar of April, .
In trial heats In IMTICIntilt I value H. A. doctor's prescription Udga, at
Emory Deerlng who baa done well running the Court a*.n l excellent Cameron.

in the high Jump. These boys have base In baseball. Raymond Hayes R. B. LEATHtRMAN Olxl% Drug. (pm7-jy23)
clerk of DM Circuit. I
Court d 6-room blockhouse
UM Elomilk FOR SALE cement
been showing promise of developing made It In 154 seconds and Dukes 2.41..1 Clrault af FlorMa la and for
West In 16.1 DacIo Cnurtr.Ns oak floors, fireplace all PIANO TUNING snv repairing.
Into track athletic of outstanding seconds This I I. a I
M. PWIFT. Deputy CIwL modern Improvement, $2500 Good used piano for sale cheap.
distance of 360 teet
ability. a PITR': a kEM' I
baseball and running to first basea Net W. 0. Kamp Terms $1000 cash balance W. Eo Koon US N. W. JMSt
A track In the physical MlBml FlorMBSolicitors .
program monthly payment H. A. Cameron -
( distance of BO feet In baseball)
for PrtlttaiwrApr .
education classes hat aroused a WANTEDFRUIT
1 was run in trial beat by Raymond ( SO, Mar 7. 14, 14) .
great deal of Interest during the ,
Hayes In 3.7 second Martin Bishop MODERN HOUSE I :
r past three week So far the everta NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX S-ROOM : all WANTED Roadside

covered have been the running high covered the distance in 4.2 risen: Improvements $4250 Can be Trading Post, Goulds (a23-4t '
seconds.In NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that TH.HnindBi. .
I Jdmp, running broad jump polevault 'I Co. I..., kJoVr. .. _1._ of handled on $750 cash, balance
50-yard:: dash, and tomeJvork.cn I the discus throw practice Stir B( MUml Tax ,....-.. NBmkrrBd4111 / monthly payments. H. A. Cameron 'I WANTED TO BUYSugar cane
Ed Pacetti has made 85 feet and R. .... 41I". dated the tlk des of Jens. manoeI'U kind of tropical
'!; the shot put and discus, A. D. 1M4 hBl filed IBM CBrtlfkMtBB IIImr .I
Hayes and Chal. Little have each Bffk.. and BBB ..... appllnUo forfollowln. fruit and produce S. Rosen 7
the dub
event* aa well at 100 yard I thrown 83 feet for the senior high to. dud tosue .......-. In _._ EASTER LILIES Be a blotaom E. 135th street, New York City.
Ind the 75 yard dath. The Jump-
with La. Raw Crrtlt..Ns ashram sirs
division In the senior shot-put drBcHbxl Mrs. W. D. Coker N. W. Krome
proprtr hi UM
in I pit Installed last year has
:, practice, Donald Sullivan has the IT of OBI|.. state of rb.Nd.t LEGAL NOTICES
been enlarged and made deeper I' Bnila U Bit *. of 8W Cot of c.1 LEGAL NOTICE
was tr/absortt any shock from a edge with 34 feet 5 I : next with 34 feet 8 inches, end ...... Bf -. Otttr for P. O. JUDICIAL tiauiT, m !
possible fall. Fresh sawdust was tlWM B w. of NOrK'1 OP AW ICITIOH POBJ TAXI .
I I tpoint til feet > AND roM OAIIR COUNTY, VLURI )A 1
tut. In recently to Insure a softJarjdlng Little la right behind him with 34 Suns Kw Tk. a U f Mt, Tfc, W. to DRRD4ll.a.1e IN INAN'KIY.MATTIS ,
I' : feet 8 Inches In the junior ihot- Mint S-BfPORtk. NtoPO. I IB pill N' last MialK YAIMIBO NUI-Pi.l"- i
spot after a jump. ., Uno. II.I"J II I Ismth NOTICH IN HRRtBT U1V "at w Mt.n.tHDIVOHrK 9 YARIIRO\JIIH. UonmdBJil. "1
Jh running! high jump proved I II put practice.- has made :' 41 tons, f UM chv rMtUil BBNfc. bate of State and CotuMf Tanirtlfinrtr .
I i 33 feet and Randolph Caves is next county nf UB<... a.... of rl.r. : N*. I"*) Law the Ilk day ORIIEK FOR PUBLICATION
to be a good starting point. Keen Ida BB JlllklBllll IB OMflMtB No if ......,. A. D Itu has lOri MIW IBmr TO, H. P. TARMtOU6Hwxnrai IR.hknoo
Competition between the classes with 32 feet 3 Inches. 41tt. TV BBIiiinmK nf MM prop.Brtr .itllcr.. and ho. nub applleatloi for '
I Constant imdw the MM OBrtlfbitB tmurimt i tat d.. Improvement I Ux
being Ixnkr nxiHlrxl In It '
tat MV tmrmr
spurred the best jumper to height la .... some Bf UB.MWI.Bntln Brnkraeai the 1 MI Hn. daarl'lk.dprof Bill tt CoorhlKI f.,r rtlr,,rrTfM MBtwlrt :
they did not think themselves cap- shown day by; day. The boys arc II Mt to.of SW Cr of imrtlonrrBMhilB rtY In the Count of 14.. state attlurU IB the Bkov> .iyM .... .a the ltd
trying! during their physicaledu- of li. WkrtB1 Ink. of .*. U>-.ltl I in m tan. A n U7. ,arse.Ih. I
Ohio of. Encouraged by their ..._ Lot II I. U >>>'. wuwl I
city lu' P. O Tk F .
W. to'went .
: 14t BUwtkMM nf .I. HIM will k tMwnTkta ae
classmates .; the mental hazard ''cation period and after school to III 'M W. of '-t... Nay : 8uM: Plat 4. wn In .... I two f feted hw ,.... '
I hang Tk a ...... lamely of t).... .W> at rtaria.Th .. .
fe felted the boys were able up new record which will I Tk. W. M leant a or I .MrrUM Order It be .IoII.hM 10 tie ......
of now imtwrtir
away PoaTkNtrorttornB.. Mwunwnt ,
\ft chow what they could do.* give the other boy something to UBO In oWUm Township. M HoBtk. I MM. :=: Intuit WH hi UM a.m.'I I4f w.asset/.0 R.I.ryrh._ot k.Homat"d.. rl.. fir four

I In the genfor division Alvin shoot at, not only In competitionwith ...... 41 EMt. IB UM CDs of MlBml I 1 BJ. ft exhumed Do.... April It A. D lnK i
leat. shall be
Loom of bud.. SUM of rarida U.d. I
other aiBnknKBd : :::.u B LEATHKRMAWC .
schools but also ;
within aes.edlso taw propority 4.unlhdt0..hr I
Bridge, a senior, and diminutiveEmory In Ortlfwato No. 1110. The of ikr ( I mill COWL ;
the school population here BBMM iMit ml MM ands tin j will be 001. be On MhwdMr .
property r 01
walked with Me i GU111.11 Defects
I Jfearing
away I Oar the that Ms.
...tBTtMtDBH. lewd VM In the BMM a 00 O.urt-bow. ;. I CAR* a CAHRMklum 1
.< Auo. 1041 whisk I.Is
dar is the amok
e boqqtfj doing four feet eleven of Uibaown.VnlraB .
Ttk day of t.... IMtO.M .
PKKDS MM OrtlflntM akaN W rHB -| : M.r t. 14. n. 11.
Khes before the smoke cleared .
rf Mar. HIT
( ..Bt. Bill M.. Ha> .* BaBordlm to law. tax lord will ltd W dap ..
way Both boys could do many boom abortion BB tam M dar of Jua A. 0 E. M LKATHKRNAN, :
NOTICE I* HJCREHY GIVEN cork, : rf Clomp Cowl.Chaim IN THE COUNTY iIM.r "WI" IN
I nches higher with constant prac- RMIIm, kokbr W Nate **4 C.taA; 1917. <.. .. HorkU.. AND FOR DADC <'Ol NTT. fLORIDA
OmlflBBtB. No HN Noted tta ST4-4BT of Data tkk, tale day of AnHI A. IX fur page J Bt II IN "114'1. *.. T4(. 1
ce.Dearing, a IOphomore.Turner's Aural, A. D. loot. .... flM Bam .hi .iyBlflrB B B. IFAT8FRMANChrk I cart Bj BM N. C. STKaRPTT D. C. lit' h UITATK or WILLIAM H.AKKRA i
Bud has MdB .,.11.._ (or tax of Clmlt 4>art. I later 1. 14. "l. Ml rti'MBiHNOTICK .
tmt te kB bBivtf Uwrwi Now CBBBM '.. Mao Cmittr. FlorMa.B i! : TO CREDITORS
: Magneto tile laltowtnm tWtmffttf .IW : N C STrRRkTT PCbciiR c. T* A* Cn. lwn and. AH f mM Mutlit
Funeral Home hi Uw Costly of pads lute of p,. SraL (I It Claim s Moppets AnlBM saw Own"Yoe .
rlww.. 1e..rot, Apr H. Mar T. 14. II. Ml !\ Buy a Home : and wk 14-hV'SAU1ICLA>CE KtX\'ICE LM 1 khwk 7. Coral Ukta anew ,.d required to Forrest any ..1.1mar.4 I
{ f s Land *. *kkk ihm. fi .itof 'us. "'">>
II M.s..e: M NOT/Cg d IBM MBldrt *. ate el Within HAkm. I
: ,lAdy,AtUTKj.nl .ta.telh.7s elm le hanky at-l Uwt UM pwd.eJryw.d <.>iBHi, tat of r-
-"Wet of saw 0_ wdef I will InkmaiM a Ml at tk >Naa.< Buy Glade LandIt lieu....'......... .. .... H.. W r. HUMROU.U ....
Phone' 114 R tloBweUad r... ...M KM BBMIfkati land *BB W UM BUM pep./-e af ,MM k.Utot.ro of DM auto af j >..lt, tt code lMM B..4 (IK *
"f, Sarah B. BBBBFUI Florida to used thin ckartor of th. rlyr b my fine belief that JallllI I mm ta kk BfTlM ta the Owrtu OMrVkouB
I >IBB MM Btniri<.M Man loa.zplwsd. of Monk Miami Retook PkwiUa w.dMut er price are ....!. IB pde 0....... riorUB, wttbhi plpbt
.coding u .... UM property darrib.dtMOea and natrktlw the BonndarM of sows MlMMlM BMKtkB Gem Is 4BU Bf MMBUkHrBllMi tees{
will W sold *B ,... h_ Mddsr s.-NlyaIty and rb.nrl.e the hs.ad.r5 Deal ulbble about price.Doat Wr.rf. Sham .|BBM if m> 'f 1 1name
eJT:- TOMEltLINTRANSFER I lit the C.arI.hs-- en tin root NOW d .artpls.b.rutrb" e I. k> rmiulo UM tonJ B........> if tk* ,
day Ia tM .r Jae-. ton, kith It TItCKR0. wait ......'" (Ml. to W ._n I* nt Bm nkBB < 1
I'tile too de, l..... 1557 (Ape $4. a9. w, War 1) 1 1a Buy aww.T.aH Bf.ro**, or mm will W barrel *.. i
i ltt1'nllu. TO .. c aiiirirrFrrifKt P.1W tam t.lk ... Bf April. IttTC. S.ttoi jail B( UM 1MI Preheat Art
B. LCATHIt.AN, tusk; BM fet that suggeatleaj I Raves April. M, A. P.
Dirt tYeod, J5havinga. Clerk 01 CiftttIo C-.rt a few months be_ I rtlNWAT It"Ur.IU.:
tile. Hauledrf I f"Soft Dado County, Floe"Rr II I A. AtalnMnur. tt IS.. Seta, mVILLUMH
r'hesI5' O err truer _
Cd lMt Heenestea4l II. A. Cameron A urns
j ,i --- N. LAMPS, n. e. I I\ Vine ,..aol li. it11 1., 7. 5555"ll.

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Part Twelve THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, May 7, 113T 1

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With Local Boys at the .
of Florida
University Del-Monte White of
................""-,..... -.- with t'
Br John Frederick YeUowICORN .'
: Gainesville c.., May 8 -
Front, now till June S I'm lOin June Dairy a: >
to try to run a weekly column in
Uiii newspaper to that the peopleof !
the Redland District will better
know what the boys of that area MAYONNAISE :
are doing here at the University ..
at Florida. Before I (o ny further i I
I want to make it plain that this .

that>i not this Oatoeivllle li note mlllUry, Georgia academy and I No. 2 tan _. 15c Fri. and Sat. Specials Pt. Jar ___ 25c .
This It Gainesville, Florida, and It
It a university. By university I
we mean it baa several different Sunbeam \ Kellogg'sCORNFLAKES Far West HANDY PACK
college within It.
Assorted FlavorsPELL
The people ef the Redtand District
should be proud of two of Its
boys that are hen at the unlvertlty FRESH PRUNES
TheM two bon ire Refer f
Snow of Florida City and Bill
Krome of Homeatead. Both of
them were on the tint semester 6 for .__. _... 25c

scholastic honor roll marks with Roger unusually Snow madea high 3 pkgs. ...... 14c 2 pkgs. ...... 15c No.2Hcan..l5cWESTERN (plus bottle deposit
1.00 average which meana he
made A'l or 100%! on all his work. -
He was one of the12 students out Golden Ripe DIXIE CRYSTALS 5 LBS.SUGAR I FREE TEA GLASS
of 1200 In the upper division that
made this high nark. Roger It a
member of the social fraternity HOUSE
Chi Phi and It a senior IA the College Bananas31bs Z8c
of Arts and Science. He will
. \ graduate oa June 7 of thin year GROWN IN FLORIDA TEA
Bill Krome alee made tome high
grades last icmciter. He had e ,CERTIFIED IMITATIONVANILLA % Ib.
28 average, which meant he had ........ 13c
all AJ with the exception ot one B 8 oz. jug ._.......... 15c pkg. ..__...... 25c
Bill la a senior in the agricultural
College and te majoring in agron Favorite
OilHa la also president of Al- ELL BECK 14 oz. Pkr. Sunbeam Assorted
pha Zeta, honorary agricultural

William Fortyth of Florida City .IOe PICKLES
also was on the honorable mention
Hit William had an average of 2.4. :
which meant that At and Bt are 10oz.jar..J.10e
evenly dlttrlbuted. He graduated lib.can._. 5c
y from the College of EngineeringIn MONARCH COFFEE, )lb. .. .. 29c
February and baa a petition .
with the Utility Company in Or 'Cereal Dish FREE I ANY BRANDMILK
s lando. All three of these boys withWheaties FRESH GROUND .

line ure work.to be commended for their ,COFFEE, per lb .. .u... ..?'".... 21c -: :

: De,...... DILL
: 3 tall
, ..
"So you plait to haw a littlerhan.e
I' 19
next summer" PICKLES -
If I have a little change next

Ij, summer"--Montreal Herald I. 2 pkgs. _ _. 25c ICEBERG,



i' Cranberry Beans 15c ,

COCONUT DROVE 1g. head lOc
:1 Showt I and 8 Admission lie .oo
Mauna Sat end buh, lie
lte...... POTATOES19c Country Roll J Full CreamBUM FANCYCELERY .


AllGoodPEACHES Ib .......... 38c Ib .......... 24c

1g. bunch ..,. .10cJurkeel

: A now treat SALAD DRESSING, qt ......? 25c 1

t for thl ears

)I aw Theatre Grove No.2% can18c PEA OSCEOLA 2cans.oo. 27c

f A enders

tJ saineMof \ FRESH GROUNDHAMBURGER SUPER SUDS, 3 pkgs. .......... 25c i


.. BANQUET 'g n2lbs.
over,day 35clLOCAL
: Sliced Bacon
>l new a. Bound thesite's Ib. ........... 18c : ."...... 41c


Armour'i Tip Top CALF ,.

$ .
4p '" \ mm: (DCKItOASr BRAOO ,':

.. 1

nI I aka ad lea)

twts CrAvirea._6.a-a..ts 190tw.r. ii9:111M each ........ 26c; lb. ......... 35c lit. ..._...... 22c lb. .............:14saw

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