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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: May 14, 1937
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00124
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOLUME xxv NO 20 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 14 1937: PRICE FIVE CENTSBALL .
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SEASON Chas.Foundation M. Fisher Is Memorial Sought by Scholarship EducatorsEstablishment j|!CONSOLIDATION OF SENIOR !



'10 OPEN HERE : of t Charles-M.!-virtuous and concentrated life c' I I ta AND JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLSSUGGESTEDTOLOCALMA'S :

Fisher scholarship memorial at a distinguished educator to young :
permanent foundation it caught 1 people generally' !
by representative* of six educational I j I 4 It_wttt offer an opportunity
NEXTMONDAVj and child welfare organization I to sU to haft apart, no matter how I :
and by official of the Dad small, In honoring his memory I
County school system In a I letter I The letter Is signed b>': Elsie Delaney I .
sent out last Friday to friends 011 president, Dade County I I -
To Start Initial Game at' the late Chaa. M Fisher, Dad Prlnrlpala' Club; Albert L. Isaac, 'I THE IVEATltEA Wilson Presents Idea After

7:30; Mayor to Toss i County superintendent; of public president, Florida League for Bet. 'I Official _... man MM auatoslOsl l Joint Meeting : '
First Ball instruction for 18 :year I ter School, A. I. SehuHln, president enpee...-nt snt5a. rta..asaa MOAN,
i The letter invite. the recipients\ Dade County Association of,I ate'IAIsa'INia bar.J :1P j of Trustees

and "all who to desire" .to assist Childhood Education; Mrs. Walter ...I -
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ROAD AND PARKING I May I 180 n 'alii ,
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I MORE COURSES AND
establishing
by cash contributions In H. Beckham, president, Dade May 8 I as I 64 ''fUSI .20,
.' GROUNDS FIXED UP : fund. council of Parent-Teacher ,
; the memorial scholarship County : May II r 'S 80 FACILITIES SAID ,,\1M'
\ ', I I I Such a memorial la especially appropriate :I Aseoclatlons; P. W. Seager president -, May 10 I 104 e5 ao.oll .01
Entry of Men's Shop Puts it la pointed out, In that Dode County Class Room; May U ...1 It I fJ 30.03! One Plant Would Have
at Least Five Teamsin I. It honors the memory of a I Teachers Association; Earle M' May t2 1 n 1 I.J 80.081Ma
:I.distinguished president Count' II I 15 1 11 ;110.061
League 2. It purports to carry on the council of high school government; the Junior High
cause which he loved and to which I James T. Wilson, successor to Mr. I, .
; A double-header On Monday I he dedicated Ms life 'Fisher; and I. T. Pearson and E. Possible consolidation of the :
night win open the 1917 diamond i iBunoa' 3. It will serve to commend the E. McCarty of the school administration FOUR ELOPERS'STILt t fiedland and Homestead high
ball season In Homestead when office ?,. schools to form ene big senior high
Dept. Store will el'Mlll I The signatories will act as a SOUGHTBYAUTHORITIES school: at qn* of the plant and a
bat with W. D. Horn Co. and'DISTRICT MARK 1! steering committee in promoOmi I big junior high school at the other .
Brooder Lumber Co I.fJ:1! II and collection of contrtbutfeni ; each with sufficient pupils Uaeh-
Taverolr The first I game I which, pending creation of a permanent I I ers and equipment to justify an )
started at T 30. Mayor Tom Har EQUALED AT HHSMEETONMQNDAY I and legal organisation, will I adequate and modern currfoulum.

J1I'! will pitch the first bull. I Abe I l received by the treasurer of the r I was suggested by County: Superintendent
TlwiTfytaj' fiSRTOd a transformer : Dader'catnIty CIt"ICbemtf Teacher' Warrants for the arrest of Ira lames T Wilson at a
for the flood light and the Association and deposited to ,Johns and Earl Sau's! partners u I meeting of tw Homestead Parent-
road Into the lot and the parking I ,' the credit of the Charles M fflsher 'the so-called "abduction" of two Teacher Association Tuesday .. ,

ground have been resurfaced so ,JL district record was equaled I Scholarship Memorial\ \ Fund. Nynec Perrine school girl who disappeared +gjg ,Jn. Alwttvi. King Cooper I :
tnat'there! will! not be the muddycendtttonlWltimtier :I 4p state record reared and eight I. of all cash contributors wt |. fee i in the coJMtn%M &,,* ""*aad!! lFdI auditorium
that 6hta JI-I I IcBal iMordj were bfofienHdt&n l +]teptr all rd, .J 1r I !Homestead youths l lilt Friday, wen: He will place the Idea before
# 1 1 fleWfneet he -j 'ri t stlD, unnerved at a late hour: lastntht. \the Kedland Pat< nl-Teacher Astoelation -
I t .:, + r1 It \ I
ifomesteid Scnfldlkriay.aftgrnrttivMnrittjJhai 'In
Kith l < ': at its moiling tonight
Marls Shasllrlsrwveek"loomed I tt BRATZEL GIVESI3FIIINDSCwTALK Search lor the delinquent quar., the Redland school miditorlumMr .
thr feumber of clubs: In the Home- of Athletic Coach Tfffo J" tette has become statewide .The Wilson made' it plain that
tteai Piamood, Ball league to Forty-five contestants from both I latest and apparent most au-. no move to eon ,,\\Jdllte the two; I
".n' .dWatil om Gould or tbIJ wi>le4uuid., ita for agb! sahnplrtrdpated ; ......11 ,,11 *, eern ..r.t.dIllDIJID1atrfllt schools wMld M f
So taint CCC camp I* stififty. ,' -? .T- Says ago in the 1I pdrt ol made unlass the movement comes

:, I f=(The sheet .pettM u4ar every o|'I ({UBA I i the .1Mtc." ..accordifig, to a telegraph from Wfthin the distrtit He aid
.. e tame nominal charge for the meet was In the finals of the ,. 1 I to Dade\ County officials from the he had .keen invited to present the

ad ...lon to the field that. was 100 :YAM dash, won by Raymond ---- i'sheriff Madison County Other suggestion to the patron of the
f rumors placing the couples in I the two schOOls following a joint meeting -
hafted last year will again be In I Hayes In 10.2 seconds, which equalsa I.< Ind-the-.cenel description I .
Sable region 01 Flor.d.i Kehave of the Homestead
Cape of the trustee -
force. Proceeds will go toward district record and comes within .' revolt i.emnst the dic-
purha of balls, bats, and equip two-tenth seconds os>the tote I Machado. tile Cuban aristocracy I I not been verified although and Redlund special tax
Dade and Monroe County IIIw enforcement I school districts ul which the proposal
ment record. The six In this ,
boys race i I : and Wall Street Bankers,:
officer have joined
first made
started fast and picked up speed all of Whom combined to mulct 80 i was
I forces in a diligent day.and night Some classes ore being taught 'In
they came down the track At
as per Cent of Cuba's population was 1
search of those vicinities aoh school where there are .less
CONSUMER PACK the JO-ysrd mark it was hard to : given by Ernst Brattel), for 1t years
and Saw are charged in It
Johns than a down ttudont was
but at this
pick a winner pointH..II athletic Instructor and morale officer -
(Continued on Page "w) out and no classes can beheld
the new boy from Topeka of the Cuban army st the feinted ...
FOR LIMES TO BEUSEDBYPARLEH. Kansas, put on his final dash; and luncheon meeting of the Homestead -I I in because some desirable the only teacher electivecourses
pulled from the rest of the ,
away Rotary Club In Legiortit1l11Wednesday.
field to finish first Close on his 3 TONS OF LIMES qualified to leach those subject
not be spared from basic required
heels was Jack Gatlm snpther Mr. Eratiel, who is now director can
speed demon of no mean ability' of recreation and publicity for ISIIIPPED BY NEW subjects or because of conflicts -
of teacher and pupil ached-
An advance express shipment of Finishing next in order, were West the City of Fort Lauderdale spent I ul*..
Consumer package cartons, designed and Little. the period from 1920 to 1334 in,
Agate! he said there are coursesnot
by the Parman-Lehmsn In the pole vault, William Ms- Cuba. Before that he wag morale CO-OP TUESDAYThree taught in either school because

Packing Co. to contain and display Michael bettered hieprevious officer for the Seventh Naval there art not sufficient pupils to
tl'OIIelht to twelve Persian limes, record by two inches and set a District and for the American patrol I I|justify them. In both caws, combining
depending. on size was received new high of 9 fret' 2 Inches. Al- detachment, with i headquarter 1 ton of lime were shipped the teaching staffs .f the
bv the I
'Weinesajr at the packing plant via Bridget bettered. Shot put at fey West A detailed account to market Tuesday high school would give an adequate -
"f that company'on South Flagler record of Donald Sullivan by 2 of his talk here Wednesday I Florida Avocado and Persian LuneGrowers number of Instructors anda
Ivemiw feet S-4 inches to establish Sf win bf printed In next week'* Issue from the packing houseat I number of to
sufficient pupil
learned the
al
Clarence Pannan said yesterday feet, tOH inches M a new mark of the LeaderEnterprise.While Naranja it war ,provide these courses.
Ed. Pacettf IT Mr Bratzel was *4 the office of the reorganized cooperative
broad-lumped feet
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that he and Mr. Lehman are confident i Chemistry and physic laboratories
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attractive 9 inches to better Duke Wesfl Rotary Club meeting, Mr*' Bratxel Wednesday.C.
that the hand1patok. 1 1DanieL Saidthat Inadequate !in each of the I
..., which I* Its own .aI.t!.. (Continued on lap rive) ) visited her with Mrs. S and P. Mc-the G.the CtMerwood exchange' manatee pool for theMeek I school at present, would be well

man, will bring $2 to $3 more per, The McDaniels of April 17-22 had nettedmembers equipped If the facilities of both

bushel for the lime shipped In C. of C. G Favorable time Bratxeki In Cuba.SixMonth were. nelehbo".t one $491.50.In high schools were combined, he

them. Action From Senator a memorandum to members said, and the same would hold
"Use of the consumer package blued last Friday: Mr. Calder true in other department where
runt the cost up ".21. buehal -: i Jail Term wood IIJ'se4hem to use extreme equipment plays an importantpart
higher" Mr Parmaa aid, A letter from State Senator tr-, I
For Negro Moonshiner scare I In picking to insure only ripe
"but we can net 73 cent to 11.75 nest R. Graham stating that the I fruit of first quality. If In doubt, The services of several teachers
It.V tried senate "Ihl morning (May 4) could be d pensed with-rather,
mote through using e Alex Home, Princeton pegro,he: urged call the association for an i
Cutout Idea Gf shipping In small: voted to match all federal money drew a sentence of six months in :experienced Judge of maturity to (Continued On Page Four)
and tor vocational\ education/ was read
OOnIW'Mtell. laat year Jail when tried before Judge tn.peetIaa crop t
when the price' wa f 8 ''* bushel: at the regular meeting o( the Red- Wayne Allen In criminal court of' Member were requested to sendIn
ire got lit 0 bushel for our coo land District Chamber of Cornmtl'Ce record yesterday Jor possession of 'any and all" recipe they may JUNIORYOMAN'S\

turner-packaged limes. Wednesday night a 100-gallun "moonshine" till, have involving the use of avocados
"W slmtfy'-eliminate the re- It was br (newer to a. telegram tefeed 10 noes ssst of ModeQo by I: Persian lime and mangoes CLUB Will GIVE
pucker who ha been skimming lent May I by the chamber president Constable J M. Scarborough and j for the attention of the committee
the cream from return Our con-1 George W. Turner, Jr., to- Boning G. Dye Homestead police on publicity. Each member wa
sviraer package cave the retailer licitln. hie support of the'YpfWiriafloil officer last Monday. urged to write friend In the north DANCE FOR POOLA
time and paPer in that be does for matching federal vocational The Illicit Whisker plant was I inquiring whether or not products
't Hot have to wrap or bag the lime education funds. Senator observed earlier la the. day by lof the association are being sold
for the pufthatef and It provide Graham Mid in hit letter that Ecatborevgh iwfco/ deputized Dye la their favorite restaurants hotel, dance sponsored by the Junior i
al him with 0 display card that costs as_ member e< the appreprlatle and retwn'Ied.w the vicinity Where I ban and soda fountain MrCaJderwood ., Woman's Club of Homestead for
t Mm nothing and sell Ox fruit committee he' had voted againstall three negroes were found preparing revealed that several, the benefit of the Homestead
j? The small packages art nipped increased appropriations except to operate the still Home I advantageous agreements for, swimming pool repair fund will

: :, to marketed half buanel carton* that one. war arrested. by Dye after 4 long marketing had MeD entered into I II b* given Saturday nigh at the t
I i each of which will carry tl tt'lnIIIIftIf An Informal discussion of the duus: ) through pine timbet and detail ol which can not be divulged Homestead Country Club.
rartons. suggested consolidation of the glade. The other negroes man- I until about June 1. Member: The committee on arrangement .
The consumer carton Is inches Homestead and ItaUand school aged to escape although Uw Identity were asked to do all they could i it composed of Mrs. E. A. Buchanan
... long. by Bit !Inches wi"2 took place at the treating, but M, l fir one .f pram K known andenothef to increase the membership t>) !R Mrs. / 3. Horton and Mr. X

I i (Continued en Pap Five: ) j action Vat taken, arrest % expected soon personal I solicitation. u J Dysl.

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Page Twin THE LEADEn ENTERPRt. E Friday, May 14. 1937 _


NE\Y\ "VENTURES" Lanttl lItfH to Be GIVE SOME BOOR sees ry to the reottvhu ,home.,I back and forth tr+artt'ti!.1tffPI I Ii

Seen at Baptist 'hurrhA. Bd went to get out In toe countryor aIIIIJeu the ftttiUe*'
to tor the rhttdrestTN "
: IN HAMPER GET GIRL SUMMERIN with tome fwnlllea Out will I go is a fine chaste* Jo II
stereoptteoa tartans on m* give them a chose and will permit nnss4
a real service for tficia
Glory of Gad .la Muses and In them to do apple elopes and duties i :

MORE FOR BEANS ..." will be given Sunday **es>' COUNTRY. PLEAs tbrtsuh the summsr mouths by children gladly and full I
,tag In the First Baptist Chunk elHomestead which they cm at fees, to sane given InIomia3alO1M
will write to the .
by Dr. Thomas H. measure earn their way The
dent Marcus C. "Dadd "
k Sprague pastor of the First Baptist greatest happiness that can come figx. <0
I George L Swan
Tampa. May D-(FN3)-Out ol Buckman Building,
Church of Hollywood Fla. to any of ut It to making others Jacksonville,
the trial and tribulations of a All of in remember the happy rice Homes of the society are kW 1r
Pictures of such natural won-: happy and we of the Radiated
Tampa attorney came the birth ol time w* spent In school, but the cared in Miami Pensacola Jack, i
den a* Niagara Falls, the Rocky District are particularly favored t
a new Idea which will mean many 1 mart pleasant memory of all Is, sonvlUe, and Lakeland so It k
y
Mountain to Colorado and the In being situated 10 th.1WI ran
thousands of dollar t* Florida'struck I that of the eager anticipation of know any persons In those local+., 1t
Alp of Switzerland will be shown reap this greatest of all reward 1t
s I the vacation to come when the e
giowets.Raleigh ties who you feet might be inter
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in the course of the lecture. Songs for arrvlceMot
T. Barber owns a plantation dog cia,." of the beginning: of! please clip this and Mail' It
;land the Scripture lesson will also
to Guinea. Cuba, on which rammer put iu to dreaming of,II of thee children are older to them. There are children of fI
be thrown on the screen'
lie raises truck crop: for shipment I illustrated l!the happy dan when routine and, boys and girls from II to 16 year all creeds In the homes, pleading
to northern market. Became of Dr. Sprague give an refutation wquld become .uPPlani-1 of age who are capable of rendering to be liven a chance to love you I

the tendency of his farm produceto lecture her some. time ago on ed by care-free day many useful services in the for the rest of their fir for doing )
"Christ In Art" He will be her I I
heal sweat turn yellow andmold of us looked forward to pending' home on the farm ant elsewhere. a thing that will perhaps give you 9 )
'Sunday to help with the Baptist
while la transit he wss losing In the country. The boy or girt i The Children' Home Society I* even more pleasure than It will 4
Church service In the absence of
money. I I who grows up without spending at particularly anxious to find suitable give them. Vacation will begin
the local pastor the Rev. C. N.I
Resitting that be must find some least one dimmer In the country I opportunities for these older June lit, so get your application
Walker, who I* attending tin
means of preventing theM truck ''>Southern Baptist convention In'', hat lost something IITttrle".ItIt,1 boy and girl to earn their way in now and remember that "A* y edo I
crop from spoiling he began experimenting I New Orleans. no matter how great a success It through the summer month The unto these little ones, so do yt II
with ventilation system attained In later life. :: society I* having a very difficult unto Me."

*. After several attempt, be I It this to true of those of us who time financially these days, and If I 4 I

finally found that a trI.naular.toC'Nated Kali. Revenge Goddess were fortunate enough to crow up'they can find suitable summer .
pasteboard ventilator! of India Topic of Talk I In normal homes under loving i I hones tot these children a considerable SISTER OF MRS. JIAAB DIESMrs.
perforated with numerous egg- I parental guidance It doe not take i I amount of money will be A. O Raab of Redlsnd eat

shaped hole. Inserted In the center -. I much imagination to realize how ,I lived each one of the receiving: notified Wednesday of 4he death !
Mrs W. J. Parker wife of the homes. of her sister Mr Alma Karnps, at
much home
of the hamper, would removethe I l I a In the country dur-
warm air and let the cool air pastor of the Homestead Churchof ins vacation means to tha Mom I The society will five full Information her home In Wheaton, UL, at noon.
the Nazarene, who 1 l I
circulate through the interior of. served bothas of homeless boys and girls under I concerning he family i iI Mrs. Ramps who was It yearsold.leaves 1
the hamper and prevent heatingand an evangelist and a* a medical I the car of the Childrei's Home 1 history of the children, their dispositions tier husband .Henna'

molding i missionary In India for 14 years, Society of Florida who are ptodmg I temperament, habits, L..Kamps.; a son Lloyd, 10; four
Relative and friend at Ocala ; will speak Sunday evening in the for summer vacation home i etc., and do not offer for placementany sisters; Mrs. Raab, Mildred Yent- !

and Wffllston tried the new ventilators Homestead church about Kail the The things that we took for granted II children who are sick or diseased srn of Loxley Ala. Agnes Macbt

which he call VenTube,i|goddess of revenge her worship- :: represent the greatest luxury In any way The society of Wheaton and Elsie Sylvester Of
with great success. Produce houses I i pen and the mean of worship. I i I to these innocent victims without furnishes a generous amount of Chicago; and three brothers. Id- .1 R

reported that bean, okra pea.:. Mrs. Parker has visited Kailghst I I relative or parent These chil- clothing for the children, but does ward L. and Paul Albrecht :of .;

peppers, squash and other crops temple at Calcutta, India I dren are sick and tired of the routine I I expect families who take children Chicago and Robert Albrecht of :t
which pack closely arrived in the :and has seen the worshippers tilled I II i I and regulation that are ne- to bear the cost of transportation Wheaton. 1//
with
fear and
superstition as -
north In so much better condition .
that they were able to get top of!I they sought relief from the ven- \ \

the market sometimes as much asa i f igeance of till goddess. Everybody! )
Is cordially Invited to attend Mr.
dollar a hamper f'OI'e. when Ven.I;
i Parker said in announcing: the
Tube were used and they recommend i
their general use. 'I|feature of his evening service next )
I "
They are now being Introduced Sunday. \ I
Mrs. Parker spoke to a large ,
II
to lit entire truck-growing' I
section
of the state especially in the I'' audience at Central Nazarene I What is the) ; Field"?

Lake Okeechobee section. Theyare (I Church her ,experience Miami. Thursday in India.eveningon I Ii "Low-price ,
price
Inexpensive get top far "
the grower and deliver the farm i .
produce to the consumer In a fresh I i, A-ceatleman was walking down

r and crisp condition.. t!the street with his Unto boy at his:r tf
side when the youngster cried out,
Use of Governors Reduces'I I I"Ph. pal There goes an editor." j f YOU Mar a lot about"the Jcnr.pIee 'eLl"than :,

Accidents 60 Cent I Hush blllH," said the father, *. A good away can claim to IM la'...
per "Boot make sport of the poor mss 1
:Nobody know what you may com 1 I. Sa whenever this low-yrW field U mentioned,

: OOOThebof governors en the JO.-i to yourself some day."-The Lookout I R.wnh ers
in the MO C C. C

camp of the country ha reduced,I Until Ford came, .*> average Americas cooldi .
their highway accident 50 percent "September Its: 49 per cent.1( I
+ official just released I own a ear
an report ': increase la enrollees 39 per cent

through the Accident Prevention I, Increase n vehicles, to per cent Today at Ford prior are Mill low-with the j
Conference! declare Th decrease in number of vehicle accident i
governor limit speed to U mile 1 i ian i *. price of the 604orep
hoUr. They were developed l I "September IBM: S per cent: increase I $60 lower than those ol any other ear of com.
b>' C. C. C. official to overcome I, In enrollee. 24 per cent Increase -
objections to existing governor In vehicles, SO per cent de- parable six*. j'

and are available through all leading ,creams in number of vehicle ac
manufacturer of speed-control i I cidents. j Bt with Ford, "low price" doesn't merely '..

devices. ,. "Therefor the record IIICMoI mean taw figure OH the price tag. It means much
The iffkal report, supplied the. ingly speaks for itself.
than that. It low and low
more means price
conference by S. .... Lauderdale,;, "However there are other factors '
safety engineer for they C. C: C.!i to be considered, such a* the j coat all the car** Ions life. Low price for *er

! Ail town: Increased activity in accident pre- ykct. for and above ail for
parts- : operation.
e The use of gortfTMM o* vehicle vention." I I

transporttnffc enrollees In I Both Fwd Y-8 engine abet are ecooomJcal to j
the Civilian Conservation Corp I ismandatory. ..
This was done in SERVEL I operate. The 83 horsepower give greater gas

I9.TJ to reduce and eliminate accidents ." olin mileage this year than ever, and the "()()" -

It was Instituted to give deliver the highest mileage in Font history
added protection where the human
y and mechanical elements ta- Electrolux
are Private cab fleet
owners, companies, operator
j
,,
v lxl for the control of speed.
We have concluded tarn experience I ad report that the 60" average from 22 to 27 .,j

that governors have been runs on Kerosene (Coal] mile per gallon *f .-tl_ 1
responsible for the decrease In the
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number of vehicle accidents involving Oil) for a few cents Check and see how much Ford save yog. 1
j personal injuries to the i
nutilke U these injuries have a day
'f
Ford Founded the Low-prlc Fluid t to
been reduced It I* logical to surmise -

that operating costs accident Protects fool perfectly ... Font Keeps The old Lowpricod Today
cost, and maintenance cost have COlI 4' .
likewise been decreased. Needs no dAty attention-

the-In Civilian September Conservation 1 M. veMck Corp of Save work:tawjmoneyNo Ford V-8 Prices at $529af j

Begin
were not required to be equipped water or electricityNo

with govemon. Using that month, machinery,to wear ..
as a bull of Comparison with the .- .- DUISOIN ........TIANIMITATIOM ... *...mn ANA MOIIAI TAXIS UTIA j
same month In subsequent year, .
it |a tM that we art right la assuming This modern kerosene refrigerator I
that governor have been I* Identical in all impurt-I

rupomible for the reduction of aetioVnt ant respects with the famous This pr4ee 4 for the 25 A Morrm fM I .1

*. Ha* Refrigerator that has bees .".. Coupoo .......... Yi usual sewn-pope
Sting September IMi as a. rvtaf fine city homes during with treat 884 test fmt. ...!. bay our yoga .

basis, we find: the past IM years. You can .. V-l Far hen say ,...
em w% spare For
buy Serve Xkctrohix on easy wtaaslnlrla whpost Wbr as 1M U 8rlarvaIj

MHN MLUCT TOOT as purchase plan Writ for tree : = Aalk.rlied
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LEGION literature, or see I Ford FbuHM Plea elUaJrcml j
AMERICAN tare ..a ash tkrwv' .
Meets first and IkM Ws*..r..i., Cavils Ce.

I ( av at, Aawrttui Utfca IK W.4MAGINNIS i L

Old pass efaVst. ....* Krams Ave '! at MS X Kress Av*. I Hill
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..7s Friday May 14,1937 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE_ Pave Thw .


BRAKES and mechanism are protected fen I the Florida ten mites of the rlgh Townsend Weekly Sold ..... J. M. ScaHkscwigh uponaamaWftt '
REQUIRE three ways by bending the1 dcum,Qt-wa and track of the railroad I of Bart Howard. Prlnot- 1' ,
In DixieThe
Homestead at
flange, forming a gutter around which operates from Greenwood taIa..1deM.whoa*ear was damaged ."
MANY TIMES TilEENGINE'S the opening and placing a "V In Jackson County, to Dothan by $.' Mire's truck, which "
shaped stamping around the back Alabama, tor delinquent occupational Townsend Weekly, official, backed out suddenly last tit* twin'
kit plate. In this w.,. it Is said license in the amount of I organ of the national association; highway Mm a Prtnoeton filling
POWER nw water. duat or dirt can get inside H3IM. of Tawnsend clubs is on sate In, station. Brown pleaded guilty ', ,u

to interfere with the quick and correct Several days ago the Interstate I Homestead at the Dial Drug Store,!I when given a preliminary .haarilng ,
B. B. Pullen ot the'
1. t action of the brakes. Commerce Commission approved president I before Peace Justice S. U ,
g4 Pontiac Mich. 11 Homestead Townsend Club, announced "
May Brakes subject to certain conditions, the I Kendrick In Homestead. ""
have mon to do with tM safetyof To Observe 25th Year sale of this railroad bv the Federal this week. I II I II
At the of the club In NEXT TTniDATs LAT
a a motor ear than any other feature meeting )
tor
receiver the Dothan National I
Of Florida 4-H Course ;
of car' design according to Bank which owned the railroad, 'the Neva 'King Cooper School! ;I DAT TO nu,0": SHOT

s Pontiac engineers Top speed is, to a company being organlaed to 'I'auditorium sat Sunday afternoon ,; Next Thursday will be the last
r regulated pretty much by the If- Tallahassee, May II Silver buy and operate It. T. D. Pich gave a report on the day for tiling work sheet eppiytag
att I 'I flclency of the brake Jubilee of the 15th annual state The activities of the Miami clubs and I for soil conservation benefits
state's claim It for licenses
of Brake and the driver should short course for 4-H club girls will I which the receiver for the defunct John Wysong made a report of the I County Agent C It Steftanl' office -
act In brakes be celebrated June S-12 at Florida work ot the Dade County club I warned
lingyt at one reality Ire I I 1!bank has refuted to pay, claiming Wednesday
but an extension to I driver' right I Ij I State College for Women. accordIng that the National banks' committee Meetings are held I The total number of work sheets
} j It,. They express the motorist's to an announcement made today |I I from licenses extended exemption to any every Sunday at I;M p. m. I filed last year In Dade County was

You'' j Mental and muscular reactions by Miss Mary" Keown state business that the bank 171 Only US have been filed so
Will I Just ai accurately and sensitively I II 1',home demonstration agent I I I on the aide.Comptroller might operate -I'C.I M. Barrow Is Elected I far this yearNEWT,

SIA ai t pencil and pen or a pair of At least 600 4-H club girl and Recording Secretary ,
Lee who has been
skates strapped on his feet If 100 leaders and home demonstration '
lore ,
ye I they do their job properly they I. agents are expected to attend was. forced to to collect act suddenly these licenses and I I C. M. Barrow was elected recording (fi.; BAL J a -

3'+t must respond Instantly and In I the short course at that time. I levy on the property In order to secretary ot the local I, O.
fact co-ordination with the per-I Theme for the short course will Iman rH>hU<>
I I protect the state' Interest In the I O. F lodge Tuesday night to take
'mental Impulses i be -Florida' Needs and How the claim: which sine It covers licenses the place of J:. S. Caplinger who nick IXM KANrR AMnmn
Although the hydraulic brakesof I 4-H Club Can Kelp Meet Them. was recently district _""" inn
::8 I could not be held againstthe appointed t
I a Pontiac: car art not as Impressive I Requirements for and girl who
purchaser a* would be the deputy grand master. He was M 1. k MM> a...
vatAli::; I to look at as IU 100 horsepower I wlshe.! 10 attend the short course installed by Mr' Caplinger'
the ad valorem delinquent.
ease were taxes
engine under the hood, they are an a* follows: she be 14 year*.or Local Odd Fellows and :Re- I
at prepared to nullify and undo older and agree 16 aorTtinu active I
,_. bekahs who attended a meeting ot IL
Gn. the work The engine does in InK club work, for the 'next the Southeastern Association of I.I

111! j building speed In fraction of year she be. in good physical eoodlljon Miss Margaret Delaney a O. F. held in Miami Sunday afternoon

aa I the Wilt that the engine require*,f ihe,-nuat-M :able'\o' allow : In two Honor Societies were: Mr. and Mrs. H.
aaltN, 1 Considering'the J-kW(rom'atandpolnhf -tit: crediUbl*.demonstration of.her Seattle Mr. Caplinger, Carl -1
thetr stopping power, \roeki her own> home 'she- must dell, C. P. Crlnold and Mrs Cor.i > ,
htbit', PontIac 'engineers point to what haw exhibited her cl! b :work tat Tallahassee .)May IS--FIorlda Belle Crinoid.I .
I E
would happen If the brakes Were no two> or awn-annual-aehi.ysment State College's first Honors Day i
.4of I more powerful thanthe- engine; :contacts pnd Jiav/ *. creditable records just held here was hailed as a I
.; and It should UKe.as long to-atop to *upplejn n),1M exhibit fine move to stimulate scholar Drunken Driver Given

at'i t '4000 pound: of ear and passengers except In. counties having" work' ship. With 11 honor societies 90 Days in County Jail
I 'as It does to accelerate them In for.onl7one year; she must havean Joining In a chapel program whereJhe -

f j \ 'the Interest of safety alone, then outstanding dub record .and society, representatives told Convicted ot operating an auto .
'('IIi apeeds could not be more than shew the attitude toward her Club: of the purposes of their respective mobile under the Influence of
: work that will make her worthy organizations, the entire student
1 1f MaxiAs representative of the 4-H Club body was acquainted more fully liquor and causing an accident at GeneralPublic :
I I
Princeton, S. B. Brown Deep Lake .
a result of the necessity of work and ot her county with the honor groups.It \ f'
negro was sentenced to M days
1 1I stopping quickly, therefore the The 4-H club girls will be housed Is believed Honors Day will In Jail and a fins of $100 or M Utilities :
In the college dormitories. become of the
engineers have made Pwitlac a permanent part day additional Imprisonment by
brakes eight times as powerful as college. activities whir all honor Judge Wayne; Allen In criminal
I Y th-s engine. In other words, Pontiac Lee Seizes R. R. RightOrWay.or'Llcense society member will be presentedto court of record Tuesday. Homestead ,.Mae I4J-M
I the students here and when -
brakes deliver (SO horsepower perhaps
, Fee The arrest was mad by Con-
UUIhtnglh full energy of the awards will be-made for the

1 100:horsepower engine It requires year
r W:,aecondt to accelerate from a Tallahassee, May II -(FNS)- Mia Margaret Delaney of Homestead I raEEI NATURQL GAS
: diA rag start to 10 miles an hour Stepping 1ft ahead ot a reported 1* II member ot Phi Kappa'; Aa atbutllve vast pocket w*
But the engineers "No one the Alabama Florida & and Omicron Nu 1 bums when you scud yw films aa4
as say ate of Phi honoraryscholastic to lie developed end arinlcd..
I would be willing to wait IS seconds Gulf Railroad Comptroller. J. M: and horn economics societies An? mil 30 eMMFLORIDA Roper Ranges
to come to a stop from 80 miles an Lee today delivered t warrant to I at the college. PHOTO CO.

hour and therefore speeds of 80 or Sheriff Walter Watford, of Jack- I box 3121 ocknnflto.. Ho. VlrgU D. LJ... HomesteadJMfCRGA'S
to 6r' even 40 miles .n'hour would lOll County. to levy on and seize\ READ THE WANT ADS
.
r not be safe at any time. --- --- ---- ---- --- --- ---- -
"At that rate more than 2000
feet or 4 of a mile would be required f i v FINESTUJW
for the stop Actually on a' PO NT lAC

concrete pavement, a 1837 Pontlac / I
can be brought to full atop from &R
80 miles an hour In about 390 feet

which requires 4H second. orto
of the time It takes to sccelet.m
ONlY
to 80 miles sn hour.
"It Is a law of physics and en-
gineertng that mass (weight time 1

iii velocity equals power or energy TJAY.MOU
15 A
ir Therefore, with the mass the same -- -- --- -
both for accelerating and decelerating -

and the stopping time ona-
eighth as long the power or energy "
TO BUY AND IT SAVES ME /
of the brakes must be eight I l lllae
as great ai that of the engine *
limes MORE THAN THAT ON GAS AMP OIL
or 6SO horsepower.

;Realizing the great power that I
can be called Into Instant use
these brakes Pontiac: engineers, -
have sought to'protect them Slid '"sus

maintain their effectiveness regardless
of weather conditions.
;Recognizing that drivers are
more st the mercy of their brakesIn
wet weather an endless train

of designs was tested, changed e T .
e.. .e.a.Y a. JN "0" a aael.K .stns V"06
and retested until 100 per cent protection
a was assured. I tom"r ASlD ON HtJiOlfTHS TXKMS In 168 )
The Pontiac engineers call them I B representative.., the averagedtfftrtnc :

triple-sealed' because the drums) /A monthly payments 6e- 1
gVEAYTHaNO tureen a Pontitc DuLvxo fix 3-dooe
r014sc sedan and the same fnodfl of the next

Let Us I tOI EN 10ch A $10, Jbirvr-pr/cex/ /a on y IS cents a i

a SAYES day. Those were the fact that persuaded

RejuvenateYour 10wanfu AND .16111 i A MTU wi rvKMSt PRIG n iw Mr. Norman Flitter to change his buying i ido
I phUGt OW GOwg "RICEi CM An fg A pn m trieshabits and get a Pontlac. And her was the
result! He has the biggest smartest car be
Car
has ever driven, the Super.safety of triple-
I I sealed hydraulic brake, the finest of Knee-
Wood Work Action ride, and rtcord-breaklng economy.

Body Fender Repairs I III E .I!, That'priced why car' la he America'aay America'biggest finest bargain.low.

,J Tops. and Trimming I Take a ride and you'll decide he's right.
Seat Coven ".TlAC.OTO' DIVISION, PONTiAC,._

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THE FublUhed LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday at Homelend. '':' II f LOfiD/V "" ilLI5ttl"C5... ..- !h-l11l m Ii w FR03I.ru rwwrrrrWuUWU./r.NU OUK MAIL,,. ,,,'B, ?Jf"

FU. by the South Dad*
fvkllahlng C.. TAKES Inns WITH FAIR yoI
r I STATEMENT! ",,.

Kif ARCHER Editor' Editor Uader-tnterprtae: III

MARJORIE LEACn ARCHER | I Wish to take lame with
Associate Editor: yl r J' itutement published in our k3 .
newspapers recently la '
'w''I
Catered al aeeend class anallHWfle f j to the Dad County Tropical

March 5, 1I1S, a' die pot t | I The .ta lament ai written by
.rffe*at llomwtetd. Florida, rude W W. Johnston and ...
She Ml *f March *. 1171. If our local. newspapers, a* .. FI'{.:
""--- many penonal -letter* of the
.(J8. rtlCE II.H A TKAK I week: to our local citizens *
In part that an audit had

How Much Is an Educa- made of the fund of the Dada,):.
County Tropical Fair and they P.
tion Worth ? been found in order ""
f I wish to state that this atate
'i
High school gradual who tit V f{ I meat U entirely untrue. No llidl 1" ,I,
wondering whether to go to colkg : 1 has been mad of the finances '
or not .hollid read the following j the Dade County Tropical Faa'

: / i tor either the year 1038 or 193TT!
r ,
"Statisticians .nd research investigators as Demands
were made
hate :at last down I -A..r.>ta ...IrsrtllTHIS repeated
run upon the management of the tai "
the elusive and much discussed ;,
to have an audit made by eo !
dollar and ? lit- \ .,lui of 'HTWVtfM'w tHi([yty
a college VW
,. ifWrw.b petent registered auditor, :
Bt 8"4'
education and 11,.. fixed' It at SrRANGG .,. ," wt.j.;g;:;:, 'lit.;. '$ ,), fl.'. copy of this audit to be publish .
100000. Then reveals Sid GASSO .. -'.. '.. "\' .. ,;
iur\-ey II MiSh ." in oXir local newipaper Thll11-''
hut the average untpdned bar POUNON request has been ignored As ik 1:,.
foes to work HI t the age of ) "LOe//A I | : former ,
less than $1.,OgiyFMr. 10 that WATS2S1J J/ Ail, J JISTOC District president Improvement of the Auoclatioa Bedlaod'' 'I

Income front ljjSj| $ totals t44r 71/N/TV C116100N and Asa stockholder' in its building :;
000. Th.4rffTrwnaal gtaduatj). I .sr:AtGtSTINGAN fund. I demand this immediate I' ;''
they find! itsrW wkrk it IS,'****** audit I also request that a meet*, 1
Na maximum.4i Jne of $2800 at /N7 E4Q ST/NG of the board\ of director *f tin: t'In8
60 and by. 60 firs \gamed f total at .-;'OQtDAThe "DMA" Redland District Improvcmcni .
*8rf,000 ThS U,gradual*, I Association be held
11991.4 ore00 at once, and'. they learned/ d&jSjnUe
career ft I the money collected: for building
about 22 has caught up with thigh M YcA2S OPAG fund be returned to the *ub.crlb:.' ',
school gradual by 30 and sk % era. I slap request that a meet. '. ") :
80 il earning from $8.000 to $8.000 ing of the Rediund District Jnv- .t"
a year with a total earning at 60 provement Association member1
of between f HO,000 and 1200,DM+ be 'eld. and that each director cj
Figures trOll th* *lam purvey produced rF the fair render a report ; 11
f
< by the ctfl'departmeqt l The management of the Dads
of Union Central Ufa Insurance I .. ,County Tropical Fair U responsibleto ;
,Company slow that out of 1000 the member of the Redlani :
chlldrea entering grade school ont Diitrict Improvement AaiocUtioi). J
U graduate from college Lack $ The talr .a.'a..i.tinn aIthrnehoorporated : m;.. 'I
fundi Is revealed ai the main re- 'r "' '''' 'YJIII' 'IIJ"'". It! i* a holding unit- -of. ij
ion fur leaving lehoMan The Improvement Association: and
inatucaAc "U/ww, .advocate cornerstone 0 f TRINITY SARGASSO FISH 'offers an araaziog must return the management A }.,
CHURCH
M a means of giving, a higher wa first laid in 1825 but it example of perfect the
I percentage protection by na parent wgaftltatlon with a full. .
was not
I until
the break'' which. t col 1831 that it was opened ture against
constant danger. Sometimes accounting: : of its finance
If lege degree assuresGood ." for divine worship. In one of the compartments reaching? a length of only three ] Very truly; your, .

of a window Is a cluster of inches, it live exclusively among the John P. Ne."'ey. "

:. Old Days fact purple that grape the well recalling known the Isabella Interesting Grape discovery branch of by seaweed voracious in fish order to avoid May 12. 1937, I
and hungry
To thaw who send owed its origin and Its name to a faith.. aharp-eyed gea-blrda.
up long i'ulm.mber of Not content with Men's Union to Give Fish ,
wail foi "the theold church Mrs. Isabella its
J good old days when protective coloration it has
working Gibb, by whom it was first develop. Fry at Legion Hall June 4
I Wit. a pleasure\ this tII- propa- ed*a curious growth of fillaments from
eerpt from Employe**' rule of a the?at church brought to notice. In 1902 its body that BO closely resemble the iA

Chicago department tore in the was practically rebuilt and fronds of the weed that it easily MENS UNION ,_ N
19110,11" noted In th*. Rotarian the only part of the original church now detection The breast fins of the escapes little The Keo.and District Christina
Maguiin: ii presented: standing is the north porch and tower creature have even developed into Men'i Union wilt give .a fish fry
I. Store must be open from ( with the walls of the north transept and like limbs between which the animal arm Friday. Junes. at 7 p. m. in Legion ("
a. !"+. to f p. m. the year round. baotUtery. holds on to branches. hall In accordance with flHIftlt !
*. own meal w wvpi, even -- -------- --- ---- taken Ita meeting r.oentty.-n- ,
ten, shelves, and showcases dust Committee for thai
appointed
ed, lamp trimmed, filled, a ndrhimneyi !; CONSOLIDATION a prtaldent gift from a the put local president I pin, The attendance prizes and banners event are a* follow: Frank J.Stillman J
anoclatlon.Mr were won by Mia Elinor Her.den's .1
I cleaned, pens made; tickets, George Cooper 'j
I. doom and window opened, a pail i I Margaret Mills, Music lu-I room 'In the high school and program: Joe Burton, and Harold :

,: of water and a bucket of coal I (Continued From Page One) let It'rv'p..nted and' chorus number a sjiuikal play I Miss Frances ichool.poraey room In the Sheffield, refreshments, Cordon t
elementary
1 brought In before breakfait (u several teacher who are not re. Tver, oubllclty __.
.i there It time to do eo, attend to turning. next term would not have
customers who ealU: to be r.placed-ll the conaollda
1. The store must not be'open- !tons were effected, with resultant
ed no the Sabbath ynlea necessary economy a* well II the added efllclency. -
and then only for a few minute. It was pointed out. Mr.
( 4. The employee who Ik In the' Wilson laid afterward In '1IInt 't.

;cigars "*,, I time view to that consider this year a >I.consolidation the logical .. ... My No Rub Super-Wax

to dunces and other piece of for the reason alas that it III ik.
I
l r' .......me.... WUI 1IIw-.dlYlive ,,,!I triennial Urn .lor nuking new Wont Waters '
employer reason to be auspiciousof I co..tr.ctalor school but service pot ; .
t his Integrity and hont'et). He talked at the OR COM 'If
8. Each employee meeting of the OFF ON YOUR MOP 1,
must pay not t I Increasing recognition of the need 4i ;
less than II per year to the chock of providing the great I ."
and must attend Sunday school I I of puiiiU who have majority YOU.1.1.c think ebw because my of all
no Intention or the old w**,ordinary mitbd '
regutorb No Hub :
SuperWai bio..
no prospect of going to college and a4 will easily -'r.
I 6. Men employee are given aid hit Idea would be quick to put eat ft would com of
f. one evVnlng a week for courting gradually a vocational or to build up ...il,.too fcul that sot the CUlt For 59 year !'ea ..... ..U.( .I

i ri+ and two If they go to a prayer deptapr.WM It rated I -Noss has o/paints tit***., !'
.. meeting I junior high tibol that would tar I UgbM pa the maHti fa ntit,. boat purpose-.ck ....... '--. _
T. After fourteen hour instore the eventually be on* .f the best In- mice ta water aad mv, .a. special formul for* special ace +"'br
the leisure hour shoal be dustrial high schools v be found. r ttot Means rod sae go stir to awure you' a bitter and monjl

spent for the meet pert to reading. U.. WI'.t"" .... ___ f one Soon refnlaHr with, 'datap durable result. My avtboriMd N
; Iron eeNtctr';-question aaa> a4 pick .* accmwlaMd 4..1.r will be glad M give yo6weolor :"-.

I One, It would take a woman ,..I the assurance that 110 stick Out a4 mass alter without curd sad lofotatuom. e-
Jong ta H minute to grt the correct would b* put Oft.&II.mhom w'ithj / .aurrlag the fcaedtooxj ...-. oar of ekes: VIA was today eW
chang for a theatre ticket out euthnrlUe to tarry out the<< wu <..ua Ie any vay. ftea .cddewei take ednata.. ** of lib special .
.f her handbag. Incredible tin t posed l""lttmlltlDn. t dropping st seer will ass SOOM, siting offer oo mt No Rob '

H? Why, In I 14 minuter you ran Mr*. Leonard' yt. ftaslJ.lna cwu she, wu M if**. .jMf>Wai la tile bed_ y plat lias*
I t* '
cook three pounds of macaroni, Miami, rle-prld. Yo aim Mosey wbM yon .My /
of
the Dud .
buy a dam two- ent stamps, tall I County Council. of Porenta and I t rte knit Syar.Va> because h .4 ,J \
Scranton' fronton. Penna. l*.i IOMW 4 .
Teaehert Installed a* officer fur e f ** fo don't kn a* p1.rlldw
But noir we have th* tipper meat yearMn.. k-Archer, ww M "'..-b* wkea you're -
not
4 H. a DAVIS
pwe cog
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handbags for everything opens Went; Mrs W. E. Bheney, first 1M want as due j44me e, M40.
with a lightning alp--outer handbag / vioe-prvUCt; Mn. H. C. Nichols,'
compartment, change put**, ; road vlce- .Idt'nt; Mr, Laiv
aU fly open *t the touCh. I I don Carney, secretary; Mrs. J. ,R. '
How lone does It take: the' lady Rutland treasurer:; area Mrs, J .BROOKER LUMBER CO. J: j
to fet the price of a theater ticket I B. Tower, historian HOMESTtAD. ;

together now Fourteen minutest I Mr. Basking also piled to FjU. FHONEWr I

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point was witb u petal, followed Oft). Th girls were being train.
The Redland Rattler I- tto&tjr b' Charlie !Little with ,ed ear a wren urw, MtjMwr
I
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ftpoint* Ed Paeettl war third ELOPERS of lit family say, and 0 to ttMughtpowHM
with 10 pointIn the Junior dlvl-
that
By SHIRLEY HARKNES I they and I the Jfurn-
.!tIn, the ninth
grade was In first stead youths had made a
_. compact
the warrants Issued by :Peace Justice -
--
place with 41
J point, the second .
I. Ao
"try their luck" on the Pacific
Redland High School baseball S. .... Kendrick on eompUint of
I ty Tuesday ajfternonl because thy Pliers was taken by the seventh Coast and left here with that
team suffered another one-sided had md a higher avenge than grade with IT palate, and the Thomas N. John, father of the! of Intention -
regardless
, .,' defect Monday afternoon to the" the boys In aerie *t tt*. H* eighth grade wa third with 7 girt, with contributing to tilt 'I'llII ronsequencft. -
6 ; Flying 1J's of Fort Lauderdale, 11-I had promised the reward 19 tile points Jatfc Sullivan was highpoint delinquency of two minors'I relatkmatup between only a distant .
the John
a. Lauderdale took three Redland and Yvonne UI, and Vivian II, by tofluancing -
winning tide the girl won a* man with U points, followedby girl and Ira John
pitcher*-Hilton, Campbell and usual Among those present were: D. L. Bowen with liV.nd Harry, them fi>leave their home.,! t
, Greenwood (or 11 hits. I Annie Lee, Myrtle Capon. Betty Pierce with 19 points I I I Further charges against the 'f 1
Player' (Reilaad) HUE Ann Marshall, Lily Mae Campbell enter Division 'I young men, both of whom have
I r .+* Hilson t..____.. 0 1 0 Nathaline Griffin Nina Lou Result 'I police record, will depend largely CONSUMER PACK
,
: o Chamber _. ._, .... 0 0 0 Pope, Virginia Eaton Jeanette SO yard dash: Hayes Oatlln. upon the statements made by the I
'' Graham _.._... ...._.. 0 0 0 I Cox, Marjorie Fogle Thereae Caves, Malcolm time IS seconds-I'I girls when they are eventually
Edward, ,__.._ ... n. 1 Z 1 Daniel, Eva Rosborough Carol 100 yard dub Hayes Oatlin, tr'cM.od apprehended. There is (Oxitmurd From rag (NIP>
Greenwood ...... .. _. 1 :I I Le, Gertrude Odom, Mary Dur- West. Little, time 10.2 seconds I I I no basis for an abduction charge,inches' deep and made of six-ply
Discus throw: Paeettl. Little,' as, from all information I cardboard, lithographed In blue
" Roy Campbell 0 0 I rett, Rita Dent, Jo Nelle Slaget, gathered,
Holt j._ __ _.._:: 0 1 : Mamie Lee Poaey, Mildred Cten- Sullivan, Martin; distance, 83 ft.I I the girl left voluntarily in a gray and yellow When opened. the Ingeniously -
" VjJeu ____ .__ 1 1 I I ney, Mildred Ream, Bobble Simpson 3 In. sedan automobile with their companions contrived cover can be
Cowan _____........._. 0 0 0, Merle Lett, Betty Crawshaw, Shot put (12 Iks.): Bridge, Ut- and were aeen at refresh folded back to form a perpen lcu..
Leggett __.... 0 I 0 Jewel Hodge, Alice" Wysong, Bar- tM, Sullivan Hayes; distence 36 ment place in Homestead, Red-' I Jar display card on which la: "Par*

Prothero ._ .......... 0 0 0 bara Hill, Norm Andrews, Barbara ft10 1-4 in I I I I land Perrn and Coconut Grow ten Brand Persian Lime. Seedless
Pole vault: McMlcbael, Rue the day following their abrupt de Thin Skinned Full of Juice." On
Curry, Helen Cook, Mary I
t I Nixon. Robert; height, 0 ft., 2 In. partureBoth. I a left hand flap to, "Amerca'4
$ Jan Turner and
:: =1 Sophia BorgardL High jump Little, men bad been employed Finest" and on the right hand flap

: :Laiderdate;) E If I The latest collegiate lame I* the (tied), Malcolm, Bridges De.rln"j; I' the W. T. Price Co. contractor, la, "Today (blank) Cents Per Box".
\ Cox 1 0 pasttim of counting lecture height 4 ft, 11 In. it la known that Johns drew! On the front of the container Is:

F. Gore ____.. 1 2 0 01| Several students get together and Running broad Jump: JO la wages at the Miami office' "The Fruit That la Green When
,
Kick -_...._. I 0 11| choose the limas favorite Malcolm, Hayes Little; distance,I',of hi semployert about noon Saturday Ripe", On the outride of the
I, Becker _._____ 2' 1 0 Every time the professor 17it.SIn7 bottom of the carton are recipe
Messer 4 e phrase the student Phra"1 Junior Division Result It i* understood that Mr. Johns for lime sherbet lima chiffon pie,,.
Lequitt =::: :-- ::::::'. : 0 Oj j J We don't want to make get our I 50 yard daah: Bowen, Sullivan and his daughters, who have beenresidents lime French dressing and various
.
Ives __.__ 2 1 o;|en self-conscious, but there good Caves, Cheshire; time 5.' seconds of Pen-in for only six drink t)
Gamble .___ ._.... 0 1 0 material for that game in tome of TS yard dash: Sullivan. Bowen. weeks, came to this section from The main shipment of the car
Zokh ...--....:___._. 1 s 0 our classes. I Cave, Lott; time, 8.S Ward, .t f I California, where they were active ton, a carload of them, Is coming ;
'I Shot put: Sullivan, (Chambtlss I member of a motion picture col- I by boat Mr. Parman ai
Total ...._-_....... 11 II I/ Speaking of the freedom of the !i I j Martin. Sweet: distance. J3 ft. ', to tart shipping in the consumer i
J packages by June I
t In Clonlnger 4 ft.. 10 In. I i
press we have nothing to talk iI | : height __
Summary base on'' balls Camp. about The a college Pole vault: Pierce, Martial Running broad Jump Pierce I I
fell 3, Greenwood, 1, Hilson, 1, paper was .. .rrtootre recently J!1 I Glenn, Barbour height ft. Bowen Sullivan Martin: distance. For results use Leader.. }
Zolth, 3, strikeouts High Jump: Lott Sweet Bowen. 14 n It In
: Campbell, 1,( because he made a nasty |. Enterprise Classified Ads
Greenwood, 8. Hllson, 2, Zolch, 7; remark about the college cafeteria I ------ -- ---y- -- ------- -_ -------- -
3-base hits: Becker; pawed balk: I and evidently someone'* feelings
Leggett; 1, Becker 1; 2-base lilts: were hurt They probably could
Ives; hltSby pitcher: Gamble by have punished him much more

Bileoge -. ... .- thoroughly by making hurt eat all
tfmpfre: .Martin, hit meals in said cafeteria.

This 'Jiuiloil-:;y completed? President Hutchins of Chicago : It

plan for their bar que't The representative University comes forth with the
elected 4rom the high startling statement that student '
school grade are: Amma Sorrell, of today know that the educational ,
from the ninth grade girl, Clyde system I* phony. Hmm, for years I
Qhamben frpm; the, ninth grade weve been trying to convince ,
boys, andtr'De rest Cowan from father of that very thing a\vt\I
the sophomore claai The ban-] time grade went home.--Florida I

quet it ttthetorrt of 1 coronattdn.', Flambeau. ,

H wetth.. ,Identitjifot; ; Jhe king; rV" ..
a nd&g: queen ha*, Dot yet,beendiMjoJra
The few wilt take I TRkjOIEET
plat 'ti":30: 'clock. Friday even- '
ing. May 21 at the Columbia Hotelin .
Miami. -ContInued From Page One) It,

record by even inches
The:! Redlsnd js ior-senior high: In the junior division P L.I I '
school 4-B Club was voted second Bowen ran the 50 yard dash in BRINGS COMPLETENESS NEVER KNOWN BEFORE I

place mthl contest of Dade County f.8 seconds to break the old record in ALL 5 BASIC SERVICES
. 4-H Clubs,, The club ale won held by Richard: Cave, Jack Sul-1'
second'prize on its identification liven ran the 75 yard dash tit 8.5 'I] ill FOR HOME REFRIGERATION
tag. Doris Mizell Alice Wysong seconds: one-halt secant faster
and Lydia Vlhleij won short course than the record formerly held I r 'I OAAfAW fkt IB 1

: trips to Tallahassee jointly by him and W. D U>tt lo
the high jump LoU bettered blli; L GREATER ICEABIUTYEnds

Dr. A. C. Fuller Dade County own record two inches by Jump | -Cube.fereigle": so j -Icc-FamiM'f tit
f.r school dentist and director of the ing teet, 10 laches'. Jack Sullivan THI WOOF I
Miami Dental Clinic sponsored a broke his own record In thej I 2. GREATER STORAGE-ABILITY
puppet show tor the elementary ihot-put with a heave of 35 feet I
school last Tuesday afternoon. S inches, which Is three feet 41, New -Wsy AdtuMil* laitriotl IBI THEPROOFI
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The marionette drama was on inches better than his old mark. .
dentistry )fro McCarthy* and, The pole vault and running broad 3. GREATER PROTECT ABILITY

Mire Stevens. acted as operators lump record established, an the 1FCg Keeps rood infos, l.dl.rlo.erl"l! TIll
'I physical education classes ware IIOtJ] PROOF
;The Redland Parent-Teacher bettered. j ( 4. GREATER DEPEND4BIUTY
:%Association I II sponsoring, a bride The start of thyneet wag filmed d"
party at the home of Mrs-A. D.: by movie cameramen for the local Motors*THI tKM PROOF1i Plu 1. backed by

Fugle .,in Naranja, Wednesday movie scenes that .will .be shown .
night.. Hay IB at o'clock. J The,,here May ZS-19 Plates 5. GREATER SAVC-ABIUTY >
admiMim,charge is 35c, and the la ,Uw senior division 1M junior As LOW As war 'FnwioAiig: w
public invited The proceeds I clap rcnjped: Cff.wtJtII" place
will go V the achooL I. with) 4Jtt points, the aophomqre! 75 71
0 took second place with 21 point, a NCWBEAUTYI/ .7&mta'
Frauds Uvennore took the' and the senior lashed with 12ft I AMAZING NEW an San"J.rt MHUWKT? ;;
lev nth',&ridar girls on a beach par.I points*, Raymond Hayes was high ABILITY TO SAVE d"" _...t
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ILH.S. Seniors to Hare -, planning to take part In all the Chapman ndKirby-
event, and to enter their harmonica ,:
j Class Day on Wednesday band.

11 HOMESTEAD SCHOOL NEWS Other chapter ttpresenteit Play-off Tuesday;

Class day exercises for graduates this district contest 'wit be In
League
NELLA SACtS, Scbael 1Mt of Homestead High School Redtand, MMmi, John L. Butt Wind-u.;6,:,
trill be held Wednesday morningat and Pahokee. -- ,
.:20 o'clock In the Neva King The diamond ball contest sill beheld Tuesday' *f next week will brtnji.''r
The senior class. day program I dollar...* year The pupils, Cooper audMorhim. Saturday.With to a close the Homxitod Juntotf'
win be next Wednesday May lIn !teacher and room mothers have I II
I The program will consist of a high school basketball league, I :
the Nevs King Cooper auditorium ,I daddml to buy a set of encydopedtaj I class pomp; class history by Buddy two leading UNHSU captained .

at '.20 a. m. far the library.power Fitzpatrick and Miss Geraldine I Local Boys at the Chapman and Kirby will fight
I Rettx; das will by Tommy Collins out for the championship
Mn Culptpper from the The dental division of the state and Mis Hazel Pennington. who'i University of FloridaBy In this week round S. '
I, sad light company visited UM I board of health entertained the who by Mia Bobbie Summeriln. team wa handed a 16-20 defes
I home economic classes lt Tueady -' elementary pupils with a puppet class prophecy by Alvin Bridges,,..._ by Chapman. Close play mark
and showed picture of correct show Tuesday morning. This shew Frederick
Miss Helen West and Miss Virginia Jobs the greater part of the (ami un
lighting fixture for the h onse.: has been shown In X cot,tries. Frick; and the class song which't We surprised ourselves the oUter Chapman sent the ball ipinnln

She/ also gave come interesting has been composed by Miss Martha day when we counted up the through the hoop late in the fourt
talk 'I Miss Dorsey eLse I* sorry to Close and Mis Elizabeth Skill. .I boy from the Redland District quarter to put lilt team In the\;.
ion L. B. Helms who has to
gone lead. Chapman and
that are her at the University In
The sophomores are working South Carolina. This class put all then are fifteen, *o South Dade accounted for 24 point '
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Stetson Offers
Intensively on theme They are .on the little play "The Posey Bed," $100 i* fairly well represented after tide, while J. T Godwin
sorry to lone William McMichaeL In the Auditorium Thursday night Music Scholarships all They art: Rudolph Cowman ed for 11 point for the
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A usual M the P-T A. dol- CIon1ncI'
won
With the
-- and Bill Chambers of Princeton; score standing ;
The dramatic due hat been;tar Tuesday evening. I the
Deland. May 13 Stetson Unvent7' \ Howell Kopp John Kopp, Halley Klrby-Branch game
working on skits which were used '.Macey and Paul Merrill of Redland: go Into an overtime
; school of music Is otter
.' M... Fifleld claw U to
la the screen try-out lat Wedfcesday aorry the winner could be
H. H Graham and Burton Grahamof
I ing one $100 music scholarship to
night. I' lose Roxie Bentley who has gone to Wood of Goulds D. L. Bowen cored first with \
.I' Naranja; Roy
I South Carolina and also Bell every county: in Florida, Dr. W. E.DuckwIU. I
head of the school an- and Roger Snow of Florida City; free throw putting Branch's lean
The eighth grade I* sorry to lose Gene Bullard who has also gone to i nounced her*. and 'l'beodoIFrankUn, Charlie Into the lead but at this point a
one of its regular honor roll pupil, South Carolina. from Kirby to Robertson
An audition will be given In ,Glenn, Archer Smith, William pass resulted
Jack McMlchaei. who has to The elementary grade were ontheprogram in a field goal and
gone county The place and the Krome, and John Frederick of put UK
South Carolina for the summer.The at the P.-T. A. meetIng every I'Homestead. Kirby In the lead, and the lime
dates of the audition are to be announced
night Mr*. Thur.man's
Tuesday ended 24-23 In favor of
later, Dr DuckwIU said. I Four of these boy win graduate Klrby'steam.
Mr*. Edward1, and Miss
seventh grade U aorry to loss Robertson for the winners
Jackson' room put en the little AH high school graduate having 'In' June therefore we need four
Mildred Batt who has gone away led with 14 point, and AngeUn, (,
play "Oot>>elanel". sufficient music training to more freshmen up here from for the (teen, scored 7 point*
!Homestead to take their place
meet the entrance requirement
Miss Ua7 n'* eighth grade closely followed by. Codion with
class won the P.-T A. dollar and Mia Jackson' first grader are for the musk! department art eligible Charlie Glenn, son of Mr. and 4 points. ..,
the banner at the P-T. A. meeting Interested In their new notebooks. to try-out. Not the beat Mrs R. A. Glenn, will graduate -- ----- ----
Tuesday sight This It the sixth They have tamped picture at performer but the one showing the from the college of agriculture, Net la Sleek >.!
time that this clan hat won the the top of each page and have written greatest talent will be awarded the I June 7. Charlie ha a wonderful "You can get anything at a mail-
in each DrDuckwiti record here at the University
a story below the picture. scholarship county 'order house," remarked the lady
I explained. Contestants I of Florida. He has been very active .

Music Week Observed Mr*. Edward class to sorry to i are required to play or ting two In campus doing and hold next"Everything.-alae door. but a male"j

} At Homestead School lose Helen Johnson who has gone compositions of their own choice I a high scholastic record. sighed/ the splnstef. .London
to North Carolina. nil class fat from memory.Dr. I Burton Graham of Naranja will Opinion. "
making animals for the bulletin DuckwIU said young people receive bit degree in science graduate
Music week" which began the board. desiring to enter -competition work In'June. Burton has
first Sunday la May sad eontlued should write to him .at Stetten majored In chemistry and he, too,
THXTownsend
throughout the week, WM observ.ed University H* win furnish Information ;can show high scholastic recordfor t
with three special program In Homestead Girls: Win
his work.
on the sourly clryeartef college : Weekly j
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the Neva King Copper School report 4-H Club Scholarships scholarship a* wen at ,on free]! Bowel Kopp, Bailey Macey and
] Mr Margaret Mill, movie tuition of band and orchestral 'l
teacher. On Tuesday the rant! H. H. Graham win receive thflrtwo.eat is ON SALE
At the annual 4Hcounty scholsrshlps. certificate a* a completion ?
1 second, third and fourth grade' : AT TUB
Achievement Day exercises In Miami of their general college
i slating cave an.TIblJ'of group singing program and piano con- Saturday three Homestead Future Farmers Compete>> ),work In June. Next year they will Dixie ,Drug !It !
be ready to Into of the
4-H go any upper .
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and vocal solo On Wednesday, girl won scholarship to the In Miami This Evening ;
division of their choice. i
annual 4-H short tours which !
the fifth and Sixth grade gave a !
similar program.On begin June 4. la the Florida State
Friday. the fifth and sixth College for Women Tallahaasee Francis Irwin will represent
grades participated In a music AnnebeU Redd won a scholarship Homestead Future Farmer Chapter
memory contest Mary France I for her lawn Improvement work, tonight in a public speaking contest -

Rutland and Hilda Dodon from l Lou Belle Grennell, one for her In Miami Edison High School,
Mrs. J. G Wynn'i sixth grade room bread making, and Katherine Or- and Kenneth Glenn will representthe I
tied tor high honor with perfect fanedea, one for her general club chapter in a harmonica contest ,

cores. They both Identified the work.
ten classical selection correctly Girl who had been In the club Redland Future Farmer are

and In order cave the composer ''for four year, received a diploma .
ef: each and his nationality andspelled and graduated In dresses they had gifts: of appreciation by the club. OLIAr I
each word correctly Each made Homestead girls In this Those who went from Home-
was presented with a copy of 'group were: Julia Frances Sullivan lead were: Mrs. Fred Redd, Mrs Mt HtcctM
"Stories of tIe Opera" la recognition Katherine Orfanedr, Rachael Don Ferreyra Mr*. V. M. Grennell, LONGIAt
of excellent work In music :Gossman and Mildred and Margaret Teresa and Annabel Redd. Mildred I i lots

Van Rheney from Mrs. Mary Field. Goldla Grennell and and Margaret Field, Rachael| 00
Webb' fifth grade room and Barbara :Teresa Redd won second place on land Eloise: Ooaaman. Goldla and
Bluer from Mrs. W. R. their uniform Belle GrenntU. Katherine 1f I '
:Bird's fifth grade room won honorable The alumnae pledge were given:I Orfanedes, Julia France Sullivan I ISu
i mention. 4-H pin and the leader of the, Moye Mary Rudford WildaijBatta
A continuation of the must week club, Mr*. Fred Redd, nd Mrs. Katherine Kelly and Mavis I)
In and this sensational
program was the playlet, "Gooseland Don Ferreyr. were presented with!(I Watts. : Come see
t refrigerator that maintains lower
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grade at the p.-T. A. meeting) temperatures Hl4h f humidity, at $
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; .-! .Frida'Y'f 14,1937 _. __ .THE. LEADER.ENTERPRISE -Pap Seven

. Catherine Thelsen of the high Mr. and Mr*. J. Lee and family turned Wednesday from a stay in
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i ,._ school faculty are now living in moved this week from the Bigger Miami where Mr. sit.In..1I
: fi* of the cabins in the tourist pierty bri Broadway ,'to the i
In and GroundHomestead camp. Chipmaa house oa Tenth street ttffrl on the jkry. I

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Mr and Mrs Raymond Greer; Levon Thompson is suffering Miss Beth Hunter has been ill
: have moved to Fort Lauderdale from a. infected arm. .
the put west but her condition Is
when Mr. Greet is working.
I Mr. and Mn Edward SUtiag re- now reported to be slightly better.USED .

FLORIDA CITY

.....,. *. W. ......,. Correspondent
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Walker and, Mrs. C B Bentley and her three
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Mr. and Mr*. O. A. West left Monday -I children have gone to Join Mrj --. "-
.to attend the Southern Baptist -j 1 Bentley In Hardyvflle S. c.. where Six bouquet were presented at CAR
convention in New Orleans they will make their home. the Mother Day service of the
from May 12 to May 16. They will Community Church Sunday evening -
rtturn Monday Mn. Bert Jeffrey and her mother The one for tin oldest mother -I
Mr Ed Graham left Homestead present was awarded to Mn EJ. .
Mrs. J. Tom Vann left Sunday Thursday of last week for Rhodes, and the one for the
with Dr. and Mrs A. J. Colborn of Cottonwood Ala., undergo a youngest mother present to 14 n.
ConnelUvlUe Pa., who returned course of treatment at the ho Harold Rohrer. Mrs. Mable CLEANmUP
home after. visiting Mrs. Colborn' springs there. Walkup received one for hiving
,tasters and brothers-in-law Mr. the largest family and Mr*. LloydDebts i

and Mr, Q. I. Gault and Mr. god Mr. and Mn. Morris Gary and WM similarly honored for
,Mr*. Vann. Mrs. Vann will visit their Norman, arrived Mon- having the most children present
son
bouquet WM given to Mrs. S. S.
the Colborn'a for a week.
with day.for a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Shield for being the mother who
B. C Murphy and family. Before hM lived In the community the 1934 lontlacdoor Sedan original paint, 24,000
Mn. Frank Rue left Wednesday her marriage Mrs. Gary was Miss
longest time and another ws given -
morning for Lakeland where she Myrtle Murphy.Mrs. to Mr*. Fred Henn for Uvlnahel'f milo; upholstery new .__._._._........... $-125
attend the American Legion -
will i
the next longest period.
and American Legion Auxiliary William McMlchael her ,
convention which 1* in session sons William Jr., and Jack left I The honor roll for Florida City
there May 12-1?. Tuesday for Eau: Gall where they
School this month la fo\-
past a*
will Join Mr. McMichael to go to tow: lint trade, Hareld Griffin, 1934 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan; new paint; rood
Mr and Mr*. Lee Lehman and Charleston for the summer.
Joe Delta, Betty+.Lou Shelley i second -
their son, Clayton left Sunday for grade, Albert Newton; LilUan I tires; another bargain at .... ....::.-.,.._....... $365
Jacksonville where they will visit Mill Mary Leeds oi Redland Angellnl; fourth grade, I
(if the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry underwent a major operation at Marjorie Langham, Warren Sever -
Frldgon for a few day Later they the Post}Graduate hospital Friday.Mr. ); fifth grade, Lamar Griffin
win gvt' Paxton; HL, 'to visit Elisabeth Cook, Mllfred Savory: 1935 Ford 2-door Sedan original paint
friend* and to Dixon, ID., to visit' and Mn. Wm. Neeley and sixth grade Milton Hunter, Mon- ; ;

... Mr. -Lehman's parent their son, Donald pent tho week' ,tine Arnette, Catherine Rohrer. real clean ......_....._..........._._..................... $395
end In Lakeland and returned by .
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Wilton O. Kirby has returned of Wauchula to bring )11''ele"a .
wif On Mother Day Mr. and Mr
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"fa his home In Baltimore after viaw.lklting -
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mother 00I. to Homestead -
M. Sllverman I had the followinggueiU
his brother T. J, KIrby,for with them fur :a visit : Mr. and Mr*. Eddie 811-

a week.-. verman of Miami Beach, Mr. and 1935 Ford 4-door Touring Sedan;.original paint;
Mr. and Mr*. Ja*. McCready Mr*. S. S. Silverman and ton Ron-
Mr. and Mrs. & c. Prince of have gone to Standish' Mich, for ay of Miami, Mr. and Mr*. S. Sll- good tire; very dean ...................?,.......... $-15
Ralford spent the week-end here the lumlt.er.I verman and their daughter and
"': da and. relative BID I sacs, also of Miami, and Mr. and
:rl t'and Mr*. Allen Davies, a I Mr. and M.... Ben Archer and Mr. B.Left and son of Homestead.
tlstar jte .Mrs, Prince, returned ton, Lester spent Mother Day Mra. Silverman received
many 1936 WHIya 4-door Sedan
low
; original paint;
with them.. week-end In Key Wet with Mr. gifts and flower
Archer parents, Mr. and Mn.
mileage; good tires;.bargain it .._ ........ $395
J.rtn.. ftit>,,o m4rylreat a:major Geo Fj Archer. ,. t Mr*. Edw. Barnes and.children ?
operatlo n Tuesday at the Port len Sunday for Alabama after they
f1ir-Cr duate hospital. Mn. F. a Bullard and her child had received word that Mr*.
I ren will leave today for Rldgcland, Barnes' brother is ill
*" 1 ?\frssCharles Turner: and Mill S. C. where they will Join Mr. 193.1 Ford 4-door Sedan; original paint; exceptionally
r -IsleUe Turner will return Bullard for the summer. The Woman"i""an Missionary -
''fI1W from Baltimore Society met Wednesday after good tires; clean inside ................ $315
'*$gave been visiting Mn tomor-I Mr. died Mrs. W. D. Coker, Mr. noon at the home of Mr*. R. J.
;,*Warne, i sister of Miss and Mn. J. T. Martin, )tJa. Ruth Shepherd on Tenth street
., Godwin, Miss Nellie Mae Martin
Member of the W. W. F C. class
*} A on weighing six and one-halt and Elmer Martin, attended a of the Community Church Sunday 1931 Buick Phaeton, six wheels, new top good
tiounds WM burn to Mr. and Mrs.1p Woodmen' and Woodmen's Circle
school will have a party m the
; A. Gaskell on May 12 at the meeting at Biscayne Temple In recreation room of the church this paint .................................._....._......... ....... $125
I Post Graduate hospitaL They ,Miami Wednesday evening. evening.
"aj -named him Robert Perry.
%>- "" Mn Charles Albury of Hock Mr*. J. H. Simmons I I' ill at her
? .' ,'Clarence R Turner of Baltimore Harbor has been in the Post Graduate home here.
who has been visiting his parents, hospital for treatment lace 1931 Studebaker Sedan; good
>" Mt. and Mrs Geo. W. Turner Sr. Thursday. Mrs. Catherine Potter will leave .
..* will eave for his home today. Saturday for her summer home In transportation ............................_.................. $150
Wallace Lee was Injured slightly North Haven. Conn.

A Daughter weighing eight and Wednesday when his truck Mr. and Mrs.- :-Roy- Neill have
f thfe*- fourths pound was born to turned over as the result of a
purchased the Bigger propertyon
1'7j )It. and Mrs. John Beagle May 10 blow out His cuts and snatches
sit the Post Graduate hospital Mr. were treated at the Post Graduate Ndrth Broadway. B.
.t PRESTON
*,' 'Beagle was operated on for appen- hospital. Mr*. MarJo'hn"on: of South BIRD
;. i-acKia( .t the Dade County hospital Miami i* seriously 111 at the homeof
'",' ::Jq A Jack Dolor Is suffering from her mother. Mr*. Blanche Chap
three broken ribs caused by a tall MOTOR CO.Phone
;: -f.rn: Charter Barnes and her from a truck. man.Mr. .
; Wo Wiildrtiv Louise and Wfflard .....:- and M-vr: O. Rohrer of
fett Saturday for Selma. Ala. to Miss Edna Mae Thelsen of Fort Miami were Sunday guests of rela- 18
attend the funeral of a friend. Lauderdale and her sister Miss Uvea and friend here.

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KISSAM-DONE WEDDING TAKES PLACE Mas. L B. SOMMERS J ENGAGEMENT OF MISS MIRIAM BURTON
PARTYMrs.
GIVES BRIDGE
i i IN PATIO GARDEN OF DONE RESIDENCE L. B. Sonuner entertained I AND LONNIE HOOD IS MADE AT PARTY'II

-- a group of friends at bridge Thursday I

Miss Carole Done, daughter of.grove and carried a bridal bouquel t I afternoon at ber home In, The engagement of Miss Miriam winkle blue, coral and chartreusewere
"of white roses Downer Palm Garden flowers' France Burton, daughter of Mr.
Howard Done served with
Mr. Mn Ice
Ralph ,
and I cream of
the
The ceremony wa performed!I were used In the decoration and Mr*. J. L. Burton, to Lonnie '
; became the bride of Lewis Tread- bt&M-e a dork green background ot, Mrs. H. P. McDaniel won the Lee Hood of Gould was announced tame tints moulded In the form of

i well KbMtn of Miami yesterday Australian pine banked with, ,high score prize In bridge; Mr* I May 8 at a bridge party given by love bIrds and kewpfe The ice ',

}, afternoon at 4 o'clock. The ceremony lilies. Carl Deden the low score prize; i Miss Carrie Belle Cave at Palm cream for the honor guest had

wa performed by Dr. J. William Allen K...."" Jr., of and Mr. C. H. Stettanl, the cut Lodge, the borne of her grandparents been molded into the form of a
of the New York, brother of the bridegroom prize. CoL and Mrs. H. W. John. bride and bridegroom.
pastor
Dalmaa Kuykendall
Church was the belt man. Ice cream, cake and grape Juice I ton, Easter lilies, slap dragon Music for dancing wa provided
: Plymouth Congregational Mrs. Don won an ecru opera were served. end aster were used effectively by the pink Elephant orchestra-
of Coconut Grove In the patio lace gown and a corsage of sweetheart The guest Included: Mr*. R. X. In the decoration Geo. M. Trick, WUlard Fifield and
garden of the Done home, Inhe ros .. Other member of Aspley, Mn. W. K. Walton Mrs. A color scheme of coral, periwinkle Clarence Hunt
pretence of relative and about the family present were Mr E. J. Dyal Mn. Frank Hauiman blue and chartreuse was The bridge prfaw went awardedto
;r, fifty friend Don'* father, Dr. Chas. D. Livingston Mrs. Deden, Mr P. B. Bird, Mr used for the dining room \\able. Mr*. Floyd Foils, and Mr. Hood
Mn. W. B. Mllli played "I Love and Mile Martha Selby, W. E. Rheney, Mr. T. J. Faust, The centerpiece was a large coral- who made the high scores and
,j You Truly", "Beeauae" and "Sweet both of Ashby, N. Co' Mr*. Clarence Parman. Mr J. H. clad kewple In a basket limped Mrs Tbeo. J. Bleier and Mr. Fogle
r Mystery of Life" before the cere- Alter a wedding dinner and a Webster, Mrs. Geo. N. Wakefield, enclosure of coral, periwinkle blue who made the low scores. Mill

taony, and as the wedding proce: reception at the home of Mr. and Mr Mr*.. SteffanL McDaniel, Mr Deden and and chartreuse. A blue ribbon Burton wa given a guest prize.
\ Stan advanced through the patio Mr. Huff In Coral Cable, the which extended from this enclosureto Present betide those named
and back into the garden she played young couple left for a three-week each plate bore on the basket were: Colonel and Mrs Johnston
BETTY JOE LEE HASBIRT'mAY
the bridal chorus from "Lohen- motor trip to St Louis, form CELEBRATION end a small gold lettered betrothal Mr. and Mn. Burton, Mr. and Mrs.
.. grin" home of the bride, end to New announcement scroll and on A. R. Cave, Mr. and Mn E. B.
First came Miss' Barbara Brown, York and point in Wisconsin Mr. and,Mrs. Curtis Lee gave a the other end a favor and a fortune Blackburn. Mr. and Mn. Tom Tor-

,, maid of honor, In a peach colored former home of the bridegroom party at their borne In Gould Sunday Blue candle holder held bert Mr. and Mr*. A. H. Steel, Miss
Biousseline de Sole frock with full The bride's traveling dream was afternoon la celebration of coral colored candles.Heartshaped Rose Caves George Bow, Mr.
< skirt, low cut tight-fitting bodice blue and white rough silk cape the ninth anniversary of their l-cake teed In peril Bleier and Bobby Cave
f and ruffled sleeve Next came the ensemble. daughter Betty Joy.

bridesmaid Miss Either Done asister When Mr. and Mr*. Klssum return I The room were decorated with GIVE SUPPER PARTY FOR Mr. and Mr*. Calkin and ill it*
of the bride, la reseda green Easter lilies and fern MRS. ALVIN CAMPBELL .
1 they will reside In their newly contents were destroyed by fire
nouiicllne de oie. She wa followed The big white birthday cake
built home In Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram flitch gave recently.
by Mr*. Van Ellli Huff, matron The bride was born In Franklin I was iced in blue and white roae- a spaghetti: upper at Torclse' Punch and cake were served
+"t of honor, who wore periwinkle Pa., and educated In St Louis. She bud.Id had blue candle In American Italian restaurant in Present beside the honor guest
addition, there wa for each child
blue moiuiellne de lole belong to Cum Caudio- lad Delta Florida City Friday evening In were: Mr*. Harry C. Rosily, Mrs
The gown of the bridesmaid and Gamma Delta sororities and to the an Individual coke decorated honor of Mrs. Alvin Campbell' I Geo. W. Turner, Jr., Mr* Carrie
matron of honor were fashioned Westborough Riding AcademySince ; similarly and adorned with a blue birthday anniversary.Those McCullough, Mrs. M. J. Brownlow, I;.
tike those of the maid of honor. glad hi lived 1* candle. Ice cream wa served
lut fall present were: Mr. and Mn. Geo. E. DeueU Mrs. Fred D.
with the cake.
All three carried arm bouquet of Homestead. [ The children Mr. Alec Lanier, Mr. and Mrs. Kufeldt. Mr*. Anna Meuenmlth,
\ garden flower I Th bridegroom I* a son of the Jean present Helen were: Barbara James Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. WIl- Mrs. Frank W. Stlllman, Mr*. J. L.
Soper Dent Rose
t. Last came the radiant bride tin i lute Mr. and Mr William Allea Marie Grate liam McMichael, Mr. and Mn Robinson Mn. Thomas Brewer
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Jie arm of her father Her gown 1 Klssam of New York: He attended Lou Dawton Audrey Melba Grata, Patty Campbell, Miss Annie Hartley, Mr*. Maude Adams, Mn. K. K.
of white mouutline de Sole over Mt Herman at Northfield Maaswhere Leonora Collins Miss Fannie Johnson of Arcadia, Clarke, Mrs. Geo. E. Reed. Mi .. C.
Williams Irene I
taffeta wa cut prince Il tyB] with;I I he wa*' a member of the Jeanette Cox Nellie Cox, Laban Bishop and Mr. and Ben Plummer Mrs. H. J. Armstrong -
long train, buttoned back,' puffed Omega Gamma Delta fraternity) Lloyd Merry Rltch MI'I'j and Mi*. Baker.
Janice Lee. Kathleen
sleeves and collar of rare old lacey He came to Miami from New York Lloyd, Carol. MrsGeo.. W. Tumor, Sr., Mr*.
Virginia! Lee Rose
Ruth and Elizabeth
She wore on her head i halo of j, and I* now associated with the Peterson REDLAND AID HONORS Maria Kufeldt and Mr*. David Ku-
orange blouom from the DonJMRS Binswangger. Glare ,Co.rainy j. of Homcitead Joan MRS WAYNE CALKINSThe : I feldt wt gifts
w and Betty Ruth Reeves of CoralGables
Bedland Lalle Aid
i .. Webster and Charles Williams gave a
? BROOKS GIVE* weather and they fact that Samuel Wendell and Betty miscellaneous shower for Mrs. / The Junior Woman's Club's ben- ,
PARTY FOR MRS. ASPLEY Miami chapter also wa having a JOY Lee. Wayne Calkins at the home if Mrs 1 I efit bunco bridge party has been
special meeting them was a largd M. A Baker May 6 The hom of postponed till tonight
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, t Mm ,r R. Brook gave a hand- The others present were: Mr. .
t ken l hicr shower and a dessert attendance. and Mn. Dan Williams, Mr. and
bridge pasty Tuesday for Mr*. R. Punch and cookies were served Mrs. Jos. Reeve of Coral Gables,
X A-pley who w\l11e.v. loon for during the social hour which fol- Mr. and Mn M. L. Meyers of

a \ I trot m Sebaatlaa. and Franklin,II lowed the dosing of the chapter. MIami Beach, the Rev and Mrs '

K> SUB-DEBS HAVE""TEA DANCE Noah Peterson of Homestead, Mrs

Cookie grapefruit juice and Ice A3 MOVIE CAMERAS CLICK Dan Hardle, Mrs. Para Duggan, of
trcnm were served. Mr*. E. J. Dyal gave an attractive Miami, Mn R. A. Stone and Miss ADHESIVE ABSORBENT
Present besides the hostess and Winnie of
dance Duggan Miami Mrs.
outdoor tea Monday afternoon TAPE
honor guest were: Mr*. W. E. for the girls of the Sub-Deb Mary T. Furry. Mn. W W. Bethea COTTON

Hhenev, Mrs. T. J. Faust, Mrs. J. Club and their friend Moving Pictures Mrs. HlUon, and Mia Mildred s PLAIN OR In patented reel
H. Webster Mrs. Given Victor, WAURPROO' ,
of
the taken.
group were Cox'j I nil pottage
Mn B. P. Webb Mr*. Carl Deden MRS. FENNELL TO
Mr* A. F. Arthur assisted Mr*
t Mr. Tom Harris, Mr Fred Redd, Dyal In serving tea and cookie SCHOOL OF INSTRUCTION -
Mrs. Wade Hunt, Mr*. C. 3Parman The other present were: Misses Mr L. A. Fennel, O. E. S. ALL Sizes O UP. (MEDIUM) 29C

Mr* W. A. Bird. Mrs, H Ivathd Nina Dyal, Miss Alta Web- grand Instructor, will hold a school ,
McDanlel, Mr*. Lee H. Lehman, iter. Miss Helen West Mia Virginia of Instruction for District 29 In
and Mrs. Tom Lindsay Prick Miss Mary France Biscayne Temple in Miami on
May 22 from 10 a. m. tin 4 p. m.Mr .
Arthur. Mill Bobbie Summerlln,
NARANJA aUPTERAS Miss Marcia Gauteni, Mill lien., *. Fennell was honored at DENTAL FLOSS Tincture of IA'
HONOR GUESTS: last night' meeting of the Coral
f
rlette Hartman, Mist Nina Pearl IODINE) '
Naranja chapter ot the Eastern Bush, Mia Jane Keely, Robert Gable chapter. 10 YD.BOMIN.
Star had a* honor guest Thursday Earl Branch, Albert Reitz, Bud Mn. Fennell and Mn. Ceo W. 10 t s& 25e 4
evening, May 8. Mrs Doris Hayes Harden Debra Rhode, Billy Ar- Turner Jr., attended a dinner
ot Coconut Grove meeting of the O. E. .. Put Ma-
grand representative thur, James Olbbs, Bobbie Vrana, _
j of Tennessee, and Mr* Jack Oattln, Pierre McDanIel, and troAa' and Past Patron Club in Clean Tooth (
4 Mary Fennell grand Instructor of Orville Goodin,. Biscayne Temple Saturday night REX. 5 W A T s

District II of Florida. Each guest x'
wa Introduced by Mn. Mildred LEAGUE GROUP ATTENDS wi'1 FLY SWATTERS ;

Thompson and welcomed by utewortltt COCONVT GROVE PROGRAM Am I& TOOTH '
matron. M *. Anna Al-I Miv and Mr*. Ootoh Kufeldt. CAREand >ASTI .2. loe

Miss Kathryn Cast, Ml'**, Idena "' out
The officers In march formation Cooke. Miss Jane Robinson the
built the letter "M" and sang averse Rev. C. C. Nejton. Jack!: Turner ,"fJl BeautyTrue .

complimenting ,theta Junior Jeanne Calilna, Ceo. Gruhwell and u REX LAPEL $1.39
past matron on her reeeat appointment Allen Hwiord from the Redland beauty demandsthe for Duffing50C .
*. grand instructor. After Cpworth/ League attended a league best of care at ell W TCH. %
the officer had returned their I rally In Bryan Memorial Church time Whether you
respective place, Mr*. Levels Friday evening for which the wish a wave a facial,
Brown presented Mrs. Hayes. and Federal Player furnished entertainment a manicure, or any of LUNCH ICE CREAM
Mr*. TenneH with beautiful gift with a puppet show tile other ....nUalIJdl
from the chapter. Despite tbe to beauty, you'll find
the skilled operator *( Hot Cold Dishes
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Made Fresh 'in :
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Upstairs Saturday....- 7.JO to 10 p. m. The Rexall Drug Store ; Vi
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I MRS FLORA D. MUM 'an"Ung on May :a ..,.. Goo I the pie. sanduich, dougnmtt, cold
I I It AGAIN: HEADS H. P. w. .. I L. Swan the rtdeet. presided I drink and cotter" sale Mt the Moms

Mrs. !loose D. .Yenta was reeK Qthers jIftfIn| ,'ftI't': Mrs, .QMS'ToMii rMl Ito other tomorrow 4 At
Social Events B4 president (4 Ute Homtcd .f.K ?uk/ PnMD, Mrir. 1 cfc
t Business and Professional Wonen'i 3 Sttterr, Mrs t c. !SmrWl, Mrs,{ A BrotU of $* for the chum-
Club Monday evening. Mrs. Ifan 11(. L. Walker Mrs. G. St iardi, building fund was reported ft"'iti
Archer was _1ecWd tint viceprsetdeat ...... Sylvia Atkins, Mr*. W. C .last Week's *.Ia.

Mr C. L Ootay, corresponding Roberts, ...... Tomb Minnerty. MI'I'I;
ENSEMBLE CLASS WILL GIVE RECITALAT secretary, and Milt I Don Fetreyra Mm, StudsliU and'
Lucille Bevis, trvaaurar. Mrs. C. H. ),(1'1. OrIt1l1. I
R. H. FITZPATRICK HOME TOMORROW StetfaiU was made second vtee-

--- president and Mr*. A. C. Easton. ITH GRADE HAS FASHION I

Mn. R. H. !!.' I Dorothy Kuhn reoordfng secretary. WALK AT TACKY PARTY N &Wt

.semble Class will give"lie *Sleep Little One" .._.. Watson.I The president and vtce-prw- Miss Elinor llaydea't eighth I
'Ing program tomorrow. Lent Bell Bond idvnt were elected official delegate grade pupils were given I tacky

.at the Fitzpatrick: home "Rigoletso" .... Verdi"Lark' to the state convention which party by the room mother, Mrs
land road: long"Mathews meet In Fort Lauderdale the last I>, B. Bird and Mrs Ben
three day of this week. They and and by Miss Haydeo at ".Archer'j O COLORFUL
"On Parade" ... . Folk
Lena Belle-Bond -Watson; two other member of the club will home In Downer Films Tuesday I ,e. AUTHENTIC

Mrs. Fitzpatrick Audnnto _.___,,_.._ Gluck attend the convention on Saturday, evening from 6 till I o'clock. e COMPLETE

"Rain Drops" ... .. .... ... Johnny Kuhn j the voting day.A Hamburgers were tried over a 1
"In the Swing" ... .. .- .. Melody In F .. _.._ .RuUniUla pot-luck dinner preceded the I Ire on the edge of the back lawn Ezclulfre.
"School Befl .. .. .. Teeny Torbert business session. and wiener, baked beans, salad,I Feature
Doris Ada Dodson "Blue Danube" Strain I Mrs. C. H. Rice Mr R L. Bigger punch and other Item were served I
Mrs Chas. CUaton and Mr*. from a table near by. I TALLAHASSEE BUREAU
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"Hareb 11t" ,_,... Vara Rheney .
Wm. fl John will furnish the A "fashion wUt" for girls and Continues thn* tuft s of
Dorothy Kuhn "Bright Clouds Paulng" .. Adair!
YI\b nun atnevWde
for the next meeting,, pcrura
Sonatina Ho.. 11 _... _. f'I Convent Belli" '" .. Adair I' program one for boys was held to determinewho ( ofauto loaI are
Ard Le Purroan Teresa Redd i i May. 24.SICKED. wore the tackiest cgoetumes, I rain, both and MMUaniL
note praline Bv
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and awarded to Wa-
prizes were
Mra.Fitpatrick Pizzlcattl .. Delthe caecaare ku accepted
"Dolly's t)rro" ,. '" Elmeda Roberta :: HEART CLUB netta KoMtllne and Eftwrt Dolar.l' ruuie toe readers laMntu
Anna Rhehey To the Moon" .. MacDowell TO GI8ENEnT PARTIESThe Harold Branch, garbed as a .4 M tkme atlalr8.

"Autumn Rev*)*" -.. Dolores Cowan I I Sacred Heart Club at a young lady, served a* laundress in TWO SPECIAL WIRES
'-'Ardelld'Pannptr'" -Al'lonlfle'" .. "*,. ...* Massenet meeting In tie clubhouse Wednesday a clothesline contest which was Dlnot *o roans she TUMMniliMIdltorut earn the

Mlnuett In C ._.. -.1P: Annabell Redd <. I I I decided to give card parties won by Grace Oray happeotap : the :=
; Mn FitzpatrikAlias / I Archer Dodson Freddy Fuchi as heard the r
Buddy Kuhn If i during the summer months to
: and now of<< the 1oe11alaoo
and Elbert Doter victoriousIn
,"PrlscUa| on Monday' |4 Beethov''I finish paying for the porch that were ,-,
ha ha contest Law-
"Cradla Song" f pipe I II Chas I been added to th* front IInthe a Margaret REPORT ON ALL BILLS
Clams; Dodson I 'ftA"Jh" .... A7 .. Bohln south side of the building rence was the unlucky oho In a late.-
Dotty as tn. are
Mr. Bird directed .
''"Long, I..ulll'A ,ecntett I A Webs \. I I The first card party will be given .. flour and penny gaine dup before UM nwmbo
"Dance tr Grigg several stunt*. .I our ttUU ,lomnuo
bee) | & I papiiW" ,,- on this porch next Friday. Mrt.I Present besides those named body, they art noshed bfTtniMUMoa
AAena"hens y _I Fhyllis r !I M. B StudstiU will serve the refreshments U wire sues" to the
f Mary Ellen Cay Nina Bul-
atthis party, and were: Was ttm ease.
4 lard, Iris Cspllnger, France Lamb, era nay .be kept fully tolorm4. -
MOTHER'S' mtCETIONli ] prizes will be given.At i .
GIVEN
DA Richard
Wednesday' meeting Mri.Geo. Emory Brandenburg
II I, Caves Eldred Gilmer, Charles
vB\ rtJTUPE JARMERS CLUBHOUSE Barcus was appointed to serve Conner, Preston Bird. Ralph Andrews 100i
At dlk. AjJ- as treasurer during the summer.
... Joe Byrum end Lester
: Cicompanlmen1..1, Mrs Chas. Pope served at hostess -
T6 hen of t4f., Home 1 Mills played tfi( : and Mrs. Frank Oriflci was Archer.
Future Farmers were ttoiwred on After the program orange shar- appointed hostess for the club
bert and eakedwere served on the YOUNG PEOfLE'S UNION
Mother's Day at a receptiongiven
lawnXhe. HAS PROGRAM IN GOtXDSA
by tN boys in clubhouse --
Jhelr en .a\lfita ware and Mrs rally was given for the RecI-
North Krome a\enUe.: Fred Fuchs, Mr and Mrs Fifielx, The CalendarMay land District Young People' Union

Ceo N. Wakefield adviser Of Mt and Mn. Fred Redd Mr. at the Goulds Baptist Church Monday -
the chapter, Myron Grennell, prej-) and Mn, freak Mcllwafct, U Hedland P-T A. evening. A talk by the Rc\
ident' of the Fjiture pf Mr. had )In. Charb-i Robertson meeting at I p. m. Executive A. A. Koestlioe us followed by *
Florida, sad Tommy M9ffett'lr..- Mr. :?and Mrs. Webstef. Mr. and 'committee meeting at 3 p m. duet "Heavenly Jewels', by Mli i 7 Jac G1
ident of the chapter, greeted the Mis. J. R. B/rum, Mr. and May 14 Junior Woman's Club Leona Wright and Miss Cleo Chub
guests at the door. Mr. Moffett Mrs B. G. Branch Mrs benefit card party tn Woman's Frances Toyser sang a song "Foui
announced the number of a pro Bruce Thompson Mr J. I!. Newton Club building. in Our Family" and Miss Mary
gram which had been arranged by Mr, Mary Barber Mrs Maud May 15 Benefit dance at Ann Brown gave a reading fROther
Mr*. W. B. Mills It consisted of: Mock. Mrs. J. P. Leighton Mn J. Homestead Country Club sponsored "Down With Men.
a voeal solo "Songi My Mother O Cason. Mrs. Charlotte Gofi Mrs. by Junior Woman' Club for Outdoor games were played under Features

Sangby Mr*. Wm. Musselwhite; Mary Fetch, Mrs. Hassle. Groover, benefit of swimming pool fund. I the direction of Mr. and Mr*. DIRECT ASSOCIATED
a toast to mother by J. T Godwin Mrs. W. W. Douberly; Mn Fran May 17-Meeting of South Dade I Leo Peyser Cookies, punch and i WIRES
; a duet by Dr. H. S. Wolfe and cis Seibert Mrs. Cora iavls, Mn Garden Club with Mrs. H. Rueggon sandwiches were served. PRESS Cteo. M. Frick a song, "Waitingin Abble May Cross, Mrs. Mary West Kings Highway. I tu\m at thru Ar writen -
the Shadow.," by a fifth and | Alogne )(.... Maude Simmons, May J -HomeiUad High School W. M. 1. TO CONDUCT who graphic*!!? Ml
sixth grade chorus; a vocal Mn F. N. Irwin Mrs. Florence class day program. I PIE SALE SATURDAY: the iMMmu.
"Mother Machree," by Mrs. 1010'1 Pacetti, Mrs. E. A. Buchanan, Mn May 20 Redland Home- Mrs. D. L. Bowen Mr A. S. 1 DIRECT UNITED PRESS
lard Fifisld.; a reading by V. M. CretiMll. Mr*. W. B. Mills. Demonstration Club meeting and I Moye, Mr*. Geo Ranson and Miss WIRES
Dolar; a vocal solo, "Little Mrs. F a Wakefleld Mn Goo, exhibit. I Helen Livingston were appointed comn e 01II, premeds
Jack Oatlln and t.1 i N. Wakefleld Mrs. Charles Top-I Ipillo. ,Homestead Home I tat to .MiM4 eo two UPI
Lady by ; a May n Saturday night to take charge of I men whoa .r\tlap anpopulartr
"That Wonderful Mother of Mine," M... H. L. Godwin Mrs. Ceo Demonstration Club meeting and I cases.DAILY .
by Mrs Lewis Brandenburg A. West, Mrs. C. F. Conner and bJblt. :
Mn..' J.. H. Webster and Mrs. Mn. L. A. Young May It Redland High School LEARN TO DANCE IN

banquet at T:39 in Columbus Ho BALLROOM INSTRUCTIONWITH I

GIVE HAMBfBCCt TVf I Elfeabth Mellw.ln, 'Sylvland I tel.May GOOD MUSIC i Ub. latiaumuteffA
FOR YOUNGER SET i Margaret Barnes, Calvin Wtldron II Homestead High I to I* p sn. Caeh Tuesday

MIe.;Margaret Berger and Robrart I David and Jack Barnes and Ar- School Junior-senior banquet In LEGION HALL I Mon
Mcllwalr. t.eIODaU at I p. m.
Earl Branch a hamburger nolf
gave
Hook
May :21 Sacvred. ( Club
fry FridAy'evening at the Berger BILLY ARTHUR IIOST benefit cord party in its clubhouse,
, home,oil Norttl Rooms avenue and 0:
TO SENIOR PLAT CAST May IS Mortgage burning
( ;. Cams and dancing 0i
proved enterfelnment, Billy Arthur was host to the program of Woman' Club / of I
member of the cast of the senior Homestead.
Th4 a spertincluded: Mines tv* "Out of the Fog" after the May 28 Meeting of Sacred
Miss play Junior Woman's ClubDANCE
and Nina by,(, Barbara Don.
play had been presented Friday Heart Club in clubhouse
Miss ,(Ptiylli' Tai-man, Miss Nina
28 Redland School
May High
enjoyed.
Baring
night was
PearUpush. Mm Cecelia Harper, i I
Marc&kjaiweni lot cream codas and cookies were class day. 1
Miss Miss Mary !
Fran cck?Arthur. Miss Alia Webster served.
1 Mtii Henrietta Hartman. Miss Those present were: Miss Hazel
Jane C,Uln, Carton MalColm. Robert Pennington Miss Helen West, Miss)1 1
Cfeuzcns,'Pierre licDantel.. Mary Frances Arthur, Miss Jane i

.j Jack tWDttribTO Clark, Billy Ar. Gatlin. Mu AdelpMa SUrbird.
Miss Barbara Done, Miss Virginia i
" thur, a .f8l'1 Smith.WEI41111 I
< Frick, Alvin Bridges, Rudolph
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*OAS? IS GIVEN Young, Buddy Fitzpatrick, Duke i
1'0. Vn3X 'IDDC MoILWAIN West Pierre McDaniet Carton We glue For Pool Repair Fund
\ 'In hoRor! oi MW Sudi Mcllwain Malcolm,'Earl Smith, Bobble and
who irill doge leave for Meridian Ed Vrana, James CJbbs, Robert (tilQ genuine

Miss.!. wetter least ws given by Gauztns, Martin Bishop. and the EUGENE Permanent
Mr. sand -Mr .J. T. Tomerlln at host

their :iiome Friday.evening. Salad We, .*Ninr**.e(-abwkiUu4 '
Uw 4ndH>of<*e wavers served with NATURAL GAS set Jaeiag swls-abat'a rbs SAL May 15

)Rte DM* dog I W a peraMMiK rM WCM.A4 .
Other present were; Mr. and and !> ..*Ci rte liad .e gin.
Mrs J-jank MSIJw ln. Mr, amiMr For 4
i go (Maine CngiMt '
*. J. D. teens, Mr, and ".1 Roper Ranged I wsvisgekh. gravies Eyglae 9:302:00Homestead .

Den natft Mr. and Mn. J'ruwrl! Vtntt D. tye*. Hem" lead ..... In M Im** TOW
Waldroo, Mrs lohn'Bamrs, Miss hair lee to SMMO, Mile *..
wet
fag faie.**<.asch mb\ .
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I .r, Mrs. C. H. Woodbury, Mr .
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,I 20 Years iKITCHEN I'' IS STEP-!I ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTs I E.Mrs.Drew J. ,E.Mrs Robertson C. Ben, Mrs JMcCtillough ,

iCIIILD NO LONGER [ Mrs. M. A. Bak
Mrs. Maud Adam Mrs WaynCalkin '
:' 111I11I11I111111I111I n 11I11111I1111I IunI I... T. t. V. PLANS KE Circle Tw will provide lowers *, '-!of'" IT: J.j ,

n. r.a wt"e ..._ a, Wee ...wtew I SPAGHETTI SUPpEaI I for the church during June and Miss Bettie SUUman. Mia M
Iran like W UK II--' Changes In Interior design during I senior B. Y. P. U. officer of that Circle On will give the pro. *
... I Stillman and the Rev
Saawe.l.r MM. It I few have affected garet C. ,
= ::, the part yean
.. ere. assts a..".. the Fink Baptist Church of gram. Nelson
.,. ...... ow.If. 11"k Salta w _..6w.sadInds. every room of the home, stead it a business meeting Homa-1 Mr Edward: president of the I I'I

but the most revolutionaryhanue home of Mill Either: Pope union, presided and Mr*. Julia w
} in the kitchen, said Mothers Get Bouquets
has taken place
May IT HIT day evening nude plant or al Polk gave the devotional.
,-The Richard 'Swll Flagler avenue I* Doming along 'Where' It was once a hodgepodge the Pope horn on May 1?. Miss I .... Mr. L. A. Wise. Mrs '

rapidly and. nake aterl good appearance jot i necessary equipment, unseen by Ellen Vann and Miss Pope will be I Frank Irwin,' Mr*. W. D. Horne, 'I A bouquet was given
It will be roomy a* callers, it has become the most: hostesses. All B. Y. P U. member Mrs. Charles Martin. Mrs. On I I Mr*. C. H. Woodbury 80, at
the home, and I
hi a
well r a* attractive.'Thomas ,'' I used room are Invited to attend. I Frazier Mr Homer Davis,
Mother' Day service in the Red*
and beauty
of efficiency
---' Brewer had hipped i marvel I Plant for Improving the programs T. E. Kirby and Mrs. H. C.
; he laid. I land Community Church lot
'twin
11,000 crate of tomato up to were discussed alao. Mn.1
Thursday of this. week. He reports I "The desire for furniture that I The hostess served pineapple i MRS. CEO W. TURNER Jr. I the oldest mother present
a profitable *oa on," 'looked a* If It belonged' hat been.I II Ice-cream and cookies after the l ENTERTAINS LADIES' AID Mrs O. P. Cosnell who tad Iffta'j
of In turnUhing I I
I the object every woman
-"Work I is being pushed on our her home Living room, business meeting The Ladies' Aid of the Redland I children present was given a bouquet
sidewalk by the contractor, J. W. 1 Those present were Miss Nellie !>
dining room, bedroom and bathroom Community Church met Thursday for having the most children3
Clark, crushed rock being distributed I Mae Martin Miss Lou Belle Oren-I
along Flagler and Krome furniture are all harmonious,I nell, Miss France Lott, Miss Evelyn at the home of Mrs. Geo..W. Turner present Mr. J. F. McCu'.louihj

avenue Lee Lehman ha been I but until recently the kitchen has Pope Miss Christine Hughes, : Jr.After. was given a bouquet for being the!

busy hauling rock In his truck and.been more or less a stepchild.Now Miss Vann, Myron Grennell and the business meeting, durIng I Ia mother who had lived longest In]
however"there U a new Interest the hottest which Mrs. Ceo E. Deuel presided the community Her record wall
trailer from the Cape
a pit on
In kitchen planning, caused social hour wa enjoyed.': 26 year Mr Lamar Stanley] "
B. M. Dun
Sable road. Surveyor '
I primarily by the widespread effect I The hostess served butterfly salad|I wa given a bouquet for being the]
line
has been laying out on
can of modem electric refrigeration AD A8TKA CHAPTER saltines, Iced tea and cakes !,youngest mother present
Krome avenue this week. When I! which has brought In its wake TO CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY Preaent were: the Rev. and Mrs.I 11 I All other mother present wertj

the lot along Krome avenue were''an amazing Improvement In the I Ad Astra Chapter of the O. E. Swill I Ceo. E. Deuel, Mrs, Thomas Brew. presented-with'lower .
orl4lll'lallaid' out. the measurement I nz
j I design of all other kitchen equipment celebrate IU twenty-fourth
in erroneous -
eases
were tome
particularly the kitchen birthday next Friday evening
be, and some." complicationsmay I range. Plan for the event were made at
expected.Among "Norge ha pioneered, and a* a last week' meeting. Mr*. Bob
-" the latest one to enlist -[matter of fact I* till the only company Harris, worthy matron.gave a report -1
from this vicinity to. Paul Z."[ that manufacture a combination of the meeting of the grand
Camp, ton of Mr. and Mrs. C W. of really matched kitchen chapter In Saint Petersburg Apr.
f Camp. He Joined the aviation/(ranges and Rollator refrigerator 13, 14 and III I

corps in Miami last Friday and was I Th MUM gleaming whit porcelain Those present were; Mr. and
tent Immediately to the training and black base of the refrigerator Mrs. A. R. Livlngiton Mr*.

f camp In Georgia." 1* used In the construction bert Meybem Mr*. W. M. AI-I
It -Hugh! Johnston was In Home' of the range Design of the base Mr*. Lloyd Dettt Mr*. R. W.

stead on Sunday and Monday vis of the refrigerator I II similar to Una, Mr*. Wm. M John, Mr<< *.
" ing hit parent* that of the range. The tame simplicity Oeo. W. Turner, Jr., Mrs W. B.
--"Mr T. C Seifert and daughter of line and contour are Flower, Mr*. C. R. Oldendort,
Mr*. C. R. William, pent found In both unit And, a* In Mid Helen Livingston Miss Alice

Tuesday In Miami on business. the refrigerator, all the plus values Macomber, Miss France Dabney: I
-"Mrs W. A. Mitchell and family In construction and convenience and MU Annabel MacCulla.

left on the midnight train for art found In the Norge range This

Cunntton Mint, wjjer! Mr. Mitchell -i matched combination can be had W. M. t HAS PROGRAM
I is employed. They will In three colon In addition to ON SLAVIC PEOPLES I Point tp before decay nobs your heust realty t&I

.j spend the summer there, returningnext white: tan green, and mother-of. Mr*. A. D. Smith of W. M. U.
winter a* usual. pearl porcelain with black base. Circle Four presented a pTogram I SHCRWIN-WILUAMS

_-MU Bessie Harris wa "Around this matched comblnatlon ,- on the Slavic people at the May SfP {
\ entertained by Mrs. Lee Lehman' of the two most Important meeting of all four circle : HOUSE PAINT >

: at her horn on Wednesday night piece of kitchen equipment the nesday. Mr*. J. M. Fort w.d.// .
In honor of her approaching mar housewife can build a completely Flche Paint b
Mabel Hall Mr* T. D. protection .. prevent rotting decay. I* MT.. '.
.1 riage. harmonious room; carrying out i S. a Fitch and Mr*. R. X. Edwards; you point with famous old SWP the paint, so widely.
: "Prof. Fisher will deliver a lecture her own particular color scheme In took part In the program. ted for Its extra and kmgar-lasttng protection. faint,too,

I on the Philippine at Silver floor covering, curtains, cabinet, Announcement wa made that for beouty -voull b*prouder of your horn In a beautiful
Palm M. E. Church on Sunday and other equipment to create a dress of SWT. No other paint can match It In sheer good
: night' room that It an expression of her looks, It'
smooth, luitroui-and washable/ let it* show
The marriage of Roy Flora and,Individuality in keeping with the the 32
'I you ; beautiful SWP colon. Ask for our book,"th.
, Gertrude Morgan was solemnized I design of all the rooms In her Truth about House Paint. It'$ fre*. ,<
at the Carleton home on Thursday home" concluded Mr Done
I
night at 8 o'clock, by the Rev. G I /I N

W. Carleton pastor of the M E. POTATO GROWERS HOLD

used"Church" the ring ceremony being, general MEETING: meeting IV ORLANDOA of potato W. D. Home Co.

'Mr*. Vera Pearson will leave
growers from over the tate has
this week for her home In White
F. L SKILL Owner
been called for 19 a. m tomorrowIn ,
Springs Fl ., to the
spend
summer the Angebllt Hotel In Orlandofor 11 N. Krome-A
with her mother, Mrs. Anderson." ,'e. Phone 507-J :
the purpose of discussing negotiation -
Tlorlda City It to have two

waiting the railroad rooms and depot.an according office addedto to agreement of a state-wide marketIng fIZI.H"t.H,!. ft.Q...., A"E-'W J Jat

County Agent C. H. Steffanl left
the latest announcement by Someof yesterday morning to attend the JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA
the railroad men who came
meeting.
down Wednesday to go over the
grounds and Inspect the present OASNCn ANOWWI,MMKIINOX
depot" (Florida City). Plan for the raising Of the SUMMER COMFORT sM. '
I aim, Inpw rid to A. WM W* .. l/e5t ih
-"WO. Webster money for erection of the memorial w Ii
and family and low hA-A& E.wr ,..a was, kI a.d ;
Mr. Webster' father L. C. Webster -1 have been announced by Mr*. Anb --.Ai,s fat.dk.'lendsesee
started on an automobile Leon Whltehurst chairman of the den...Ewry ad want ROM ws.awe
trip i sad wdi.e (.. R..s k.
'
for their home In Buckingham project which Is being sponsoredby wan is tla"%
Ill. on Monday tvenlng." (Florida the Florida Federation of Music AIR CONDITIONED i
City). Club COCKTAIL tOUNCI COMH SHOP :
CIN *0 AND MUtlNO ROOMS
The memorial will be bunt at a tress. 5l,.|l.wA fH.tMl
  • Clubs to Build Foster site on the banks of the Suwanne I 71 DOM SI 00 11wIw.kass..waarse.s.hsue toro 1I
    =
    River and the committee suggest 40R.M.S100
    Jleraorial on Suwannee an amphitheater, with over life- I I
    I t *Sass, lea*.HliiiiiiT I j
    size statue of Foster and character -
    Brookivlll. May 13 (FNS) or scene symbolizing his beat- NOT ro I
    Stephen Foster most famous of loved songs carved In bat-relief Mh1a "
    early American folk song writer either In the bate of the figure or' '
    will be honored by t Foster memorial In the background. -,,-

    to be located on the banks' Appeal for fund will be made A new kind of Deodorant
    fill the Suwanne' River In Florida by the state federation to all WHEN YtU, NY THE MII1Nl x

    which he mad famous In his tong, music Club, musical organizations,

    "Old Folk at biome:" which has school, civic organizations and YODORA1Nrg Why tab chances with unloose Isaac
    been adopted a* official song of Individual, and many benefit Wade?Put
    the state of Florida. program will also be given. your money oa known quality r
    : FrcUk Jr.-product of the world1 largest t
    I wrwlaadeasr.1 blade maker. This blade U mound toned

    and stropped by special pracetav If mad 4 ;r
    ll only Sake S dabs *f Todon afuevlnco
    DR. NEUENSCHWANDER ) h fknlsbM lnn nlr. I to whisk 011'wIrJ whisken without the tliftht.:

    DR. B. GONZALEZ \ seeding .* a cU tn m and dose ass lilt skia-pull or IrrrtaUoo. Yet It tell at tl' t
    State! tiUaM sbtNng. I fat IM Buy a package of probak Jr.1rona

    OPTOMETRISTS Yea a..,.....Pratt.....wish'Y-- i your Baler today and rave mossy on shaves.

    ANNOUNCE THE REMOVAL OF THEIR Q.ica.dlsapp.sr t aee'a as sehag. I II.
    ". .. ". I
    Yoa cu CM k right after
    ::y.; OFFICE I.aorln(. Todora prowess ln s ih* awMA

    v :-FROiM: THE VENETIAN ARCADE Jab apply h.Ie brines)M na.Tl
    ,TO 237 HALCYON ARCADE Is Weal lot ........, ***.- I
    (wtthlnc and onto. h ,*... and J ra- t
    ;" 1 s E. FLAGLER ST., MIAMI -- .,-. JUNIOR BLADESPa .

    ; '2. !At Yew farorft store t
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    Drug NOW tit twli t ( ter
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    Friday May 14,1937 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE ,
    Page Elton





    rg lethe Churches I,I I!tiff Splt'fAL_LEGAL.DAti NOTICESRNT IT riOOL 411!w ELRVRA.:DISTRICT: ::: CXASSIFJED-ADS I I



    NO t OF COUNTY. ".OIlIA.. RATE: "",,1.'a '
    r ::. ....100.... is .A"II 0. FLORIDAINMIr. : M** MbwitMmH lase".. I

    t 11oo............ : a lines ,
    nUT BAPTIST CHURCH \ of Plop,a* ...101..... ., art_
    I Eedland Osmmvnlty ChnrcB.the : tl..r.l Ret.edlaa a-w4. .r Opp" t
    ....... ......... N.. a .r D.n couM7rl..l.
    Hom a4.-'ba Ire, C. N. Rev. C. O. Nelson
    pastor.
    FOR SALE Modern 7-room
    ... Mar I. Old, j FOR RENTFOR -
    ;Q Walker, pastor. Sunday school at Church school at 10; preaching at I TO TOOK TAKPAVISM" AND CtflMNIOf : 1 house In desirable residential

    10 a. Preaching! at 11 a. m. Epworth League at .3il.. Mid- SPECIAL TAX OHOOL Dsa.TRIeT Homestead
    section of nice lawn
    .
    :370. NO. OP DAM OOUKTYlIlM RENT furnished
    and : m;; B.Y.P.U. It 7 week and Bible apartment '
    p.m.j prayer study FLORIDA: I with fruit tree Phone 828-M
    I Neutral, I. al..n nrt order Summer rate til per
    grayer *erVice Wednesday atMay Thursday at 7:30.METHODIST. b.rabe ew
    ,.. i | or write P. 0. Sox BJ. Homestead *
    duly sea" s da to 1M 061" I montft Mrs C. R Bigger, 104
    U-p. ....> kr the HoMnU Paul DB Fla. (mUtt)
    I
    EPISCOPAL, N. E 2nd avenue. (S-HU)
    >.... lade W Uo Circuit Oourl Ik.F.W
    II Morning sermon: SOUTH .. lk J.....101 Como. .T the SUM 01 I !
    rbrM hi and fv the Cement H DM. e.. EASTER LILIES 5c a blossom
    the Rer. Gee E. Dead FOR RENT by 4-room and
    by April SS, I"T. ...,_ Uw lute W fmU. year Mr* W. D. Coker, N. W. Krome
    4s evening Sermon 'The Glory ef While SUM Qiureb-Home- MwlriMJ U. tkMMik the sate AIMTMI I I bath apartment vacant June ..
    i
    stead; the Rev. A. A. Koestllne,I >f MM ClNiiH W MOT MM .* HM little By
    God Revealed. Nature and renting now get 12Drawl
    MF .* It.... IMT. M tk* bear > t* akock. you NICE MODERN HOME, two bedI -
    tm Man" a stereopticon lee- pastor. Sunday school at 130: a. A. M. ., MM <.,. M UK Clf .lt :1 month tor price you would hive I rooms, bath and sleeping porch.

    tar br the Rev. Tirana a m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and ,:SO I. the Courthouse N the Ol''' d I' to pay other places for the 6-'I '
    , Miami. In M. Casette of D.4..eft. Ie maw en. Face east, nice roomy _notd-
    Sprague .t Hollywood. p. m. Junior League at ISO p. Why $61.0" Owwar.lBawd. B.LMI....: month winter season. Clean cool. In front porch with furniture and
    m.; HI League at (:.45 p. m.; Senior .....- to k> bawd ky MM *1ae4.1 well shaded furniture
    Geslds-The Jw9. Noah Peter. League at 7 p. m. Prayer meetIng Tu BdMol OMrM .... S ., Dn. CtmtrriMiM .II electric room stove, good fireplace.- garage. $2,500. Cash or term
    nH M nlMntoS M* miflrMt 00000.
    eon pastor. Sunday school at 10 at 7.30 p. m. Wednesday. And It may however *t rMMii Mk All room curtained. Studio.
    10a ap.a/.1 Taw arbad DMrM N*. S tw any ? SIX ROOM HOUSE three bedroom
    at 11 and ,
    a. m.; preaching a. m. Mar II Morning message ..- t* show *. MM Wmh riKmM Mkt I I couch Jiving. room nuke extra and bath. Nice .Ia
    ) 7:30pm.B.Y.P.U.at6:30p.at.: ...... and ..I..... and _tl.... k.h sleeping room. S minutes(I. .
    1s "Whitsunday FtBtee ai". i rooms. Face south on prominent x_
    ,
    Prayer Service at 7:30:: m. Wed _ulr 4 u show ash -UM kifur Mdnwit .
    7If p. Evening message by Dr. C K. .! UM MM time and ,,1_ from Homestead, 30 minutes to' street Extra large, roomy.......- -
    tJada,. WITNESS .. .....l... sod -,tlrlal sent Miami. Rent low by year. Eva
    Vllet presiding elder ef the .t Miami I I. Onto COMI*. Fk".. this 'I ed-in porch. $..&00 cash.
    CATHOLIC I Miami District Methodism. Both *.T .* A...... IMT.Clniift Collins Federal Highway and ......
    ( court *' !)
    drive.
    re K. ,,. IKATHKKMANCP" : Biscayne 10 ACRES LAND miltaole for

    kES, Church W the Same HeaH- I Silver Palm Community Church "' ...- Hftt C.Mt .r Mw Rk mllClmtt | lime grove. $300 cash.

    i 8. E. Second avtnue. Homestead; I -the Rev. H. G. Cowan, pastor. I ,....., ., Furies to ...dDad. ftn.1 HOUSE IN FLORIDA CITY for I *.....

    Nt Rev. James Cloonan, pastor.TdarthagTV I Sunday school every Sunday at 10 Coor.Be M. SWITT. Depute CUrk. rent by year. Furnished or un-. 10 ACRES LAND, near city limits

    1 a. m.: week"daj"r.. m.; prtachln.'Wt'VIeeI'olr tlrtt 11'tn1I' a KEMP: furnished. Inquire Leader-En suitable for any kind of frovc
    t[
    n, W. C.
    i man at 7.4S: dally. Sunday *cB?l third and fifth Sunday at 11 a Mia.L Ramp I terprlse. On power line front on o.lrd;

    I Sunday following t o'clock nisic! m. and 8 p. m. 1.11./tun far .NI_. 1 road. shoo cash.
    (Apr 'SO, Mar 1, 14. III
    I I FOR RENT Nice cool furnished -
    ;, Communion for women the first See
    May M -Morning rrmon
    Sunday of month; for men and "Prophecy and the Second 111* THE Cmrl'IT of Tax (1F.VRNTHjcmriAi. apartment Private bath, HENRY BEHRENS or BENJ. W.

    ;: boys, the second Sunday of month. CIRCUIT or pi/mmA IN j reasonable. Ask at Western MORRIS north of ten-cent store
    1
    Coming of Christ" evening AND rot THR COUNTY or nADILTA Union. (m28U)
    before first
    Holy hotlr''ThundaT '
    sermon "The Law of Confer BT-KCIAL 1t "SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. I on Krome avenue. Phone No. 4.
    ;, Friday of mo lll45 Po m. MassIf t or DADE rounrr. FLORIDA, r*. i

    first rrldaVai?7:30: a. m. Benediction sion. .tlUonor, .... STAIR: OP FLORIDA R.: FOR SALE FOR SALE Used toilet, $SM;
    .pondoot.Notk
    1, at else Blessed Sacrament I Princeton _The Rev. H. G Cowan I of P_...< v.,........ of IIIV i I Brass knapsack spray outfit, good;
    alter rafcts.CBKI5T,1AN, oN C.sr.1 a.uwdhta a..d..t sawm 1 110 ACRES fine fruit land, on oiled tinner'
    r...., .... pastor; Leo L. Poyser, assistant ban ........ DMrirt N. *. T .( DM County order $10.00; pair shears.
    . j pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m.; '1_.. Put" May I. 1.1t. road; nicely located. clot to' brand new, forged steel, UK
    SCIENCE CHURCH TO THI!: TAXPAYEIIS AND 1T'ZJNI neighbor II nice coconut palm II Inches, cut H4 Inches, gjc; one
    preaching at It a. m. and 7:43 p.j' OP SPECIAL' TAX SCHOOL INHTRICT I
    ,f1o.1...dij l Itr Broaow.y and m. every Sunday. Epworth League NO. t OP DADE COUNTY .FLORIDA Ha been partly In grove. $40 pair used but good 40c. Sage
    NntlM ta bray alma that am wd.r WMtltM per acre ash Grove mile
    Kings Highway, H
    SIMht school ,
    at
    i -f'tet. Sunday at 7p.In. duly me" ... I. the show en.I ......
    1.45 ads.jog pupils under SO yean M_ kr the Hf>Mnikk> Pool D. east of Krome.
    .of morning service it 11 METHODIST FREE t1a_ Jor. .* UK Circuit Onnt ., UMK.umtk i 20 ACRES of which S acre are I
    age; .. .,
    J lttal dmilt W UM ftaMFlorM
    glade, balance pine land. About FOR\ SALE Tropical plant, cit
    .
    o'clock. ,
    Wednesday evening per hi and for UM pasty ( Dodo MAiwll
    S vices .which include testimonialsof Fonda City-Mr*. Ernest Warren S>. ,..,. w.l..* UM a_ ._ .....
    pastor Sunday school Urn, H. IkrMvk the AUnnMr
    r. Jic.'Utnti' a.3dXdcriencet and remark .< MM Cl_/\. U show MUM M the orange and ta/1lerln be season. Jungle Grove, Radians
    oa Chrlsti/.n Science, I Po'' 10 a. m.; preaching 11 a. m. and lltli 4V *T ..... Joel .. the hour f Mwek. ; reclaimed. $1,150. Can make I road and Piummer drive.
    8 p. m.; Junior meeting (:.30 p. m.; .'. A. M W MM *.... M She Clmtt
    term
    ;, m. The publia tordlally invited Court R.rt IB Young Peopk meeting 7:13. FOR SALE Pullets t .
    ready *
    Ivy
    to vttencL. of Mlaol r> tM Gauntly d Dade I* MliClmtt. Phase 'I H. A. CAMERON
    j Prayer and class meeting 1:30Thursday Why Iln._
    W.' : May .1.j. j.ea.oRseraboatester y fckMl;HIP MrM lit I* M NIL baud 1 d kr..MM. e.001. apiarist.-."l lTH I FOR SALE House and lot Flak Grove: "_ (P23)

    J "MortaJ and Immer.taboo ....... sot b. ...... and .w"...... Manor. This I* a good proposition. -
    PENTECOSTAL Awl It any taxpayer r eltlm.n d .11I FOR SALE-Ripe orange,' tngerlnes >
    I Special Tom schema. DMtrirl )I.. I .... our I For price and detail tel H.
    grapefruit, fryer, ttnDr.
    GeaI -Rev; John IL Stroud. maw to .MOW why MM ban& should not A. Cameron, Phone 72.
    CHURCH OF CHRIST k* bound sod MIU.... sod oMflno, Wto I Shanklin Grove M mile
    943
    school at >
    Sunday :
    ;
    I pastor. required to how rank MM before MMwort I west of Florid City o30-tf)
    HomeiteaC:..First avenue and preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. .. tM MM MOM nod ploM, MUST SELL 8 room house and
    WITNK8B mr <4nour* and .004.4.1ant i furniture.. Price reduced to
    IN. W. Fifth street; T. J. Hunton,' .. MlMiL. hi Dooo Co.M., ..lor..... ; R. I. RED FR\'JRs-LI: or dif-
    HOMESTEAD PRESBYTERtAN this Nth day of April KIT. / $2100. Will accept reasonable I I
    .minister Bible study at 10 a. m.;: ed. free delivery in city Phone
    ,Circuit Court > llE.
    and
    I down payment monthly -
    II' payments
    communion fellowship and. Homestead--Krom* avenue at B. LEATHERMAN.Clnk : 535-M. McEwen Poultry Plant
    :preaching 11 preaching at : Nel- at Uw Cirrus Court of tile KUmMk thereafter. nil place Is I I
    a. m.; N. Itth street; the Rev. B U .
    .
    Judicial Clmlt ot Florid aiM far i excellent value. H. A. Cameron.
    7:30: p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday son, minister. Bible school: al Dodo CnuMrBr j I I I, MISCELLANEOUSFREE

    .. at 7:30: p. m.CnVKCII 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m PETERS a KEMP M SWIFT. C.put> e..... ,FOR SALE '-room cement block

    ;/\ and S p. m. Young people meet- art W. C K.OIPHlmil. I 1 house, oak floor, fireplace, all I I If excess acid causes you

    OF GOD ingAt7p.m. PlorMonlloiton stomach ulcer, ga* pain, indigestion -
    '. for PrHUonorApr II modern Improvement, $2500.

    HotnesUad-COS N. W. Fint I SPIRITUALIST TEMPLE: OF ( M, M>> T, 14, IIIu I Term $1000 cash balance heartburn, belching;

    'avenue; J. H. Dodson, minister.I TRUTH I ,- I monthly payments. H. A. Cameron I blotting, nausea, get free sample
    > THR riRcrrr MUST OP THRP.I doctor' prescription: Udga, at
    'Sunday school at 8.43 i ,
    : a m.; .KVItNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT INi
    preaching at 11 a. In. and 7.30 p.m., Homestead-branch of Miami I AND FUR DADS COUNTY FLORIDA. i MODERN Dixie Drug. Tpm7-j23)
    IN CHANCERYMATTIS 5-ROOM HOUSE, all
    of Truth InWon.n'l ,
    I (Junlar Y. P. at 6.4S: p. m. Prayer Spiritualist Temple !: MARli VARRROUOH. PIANO TUNING an. "tpulrln.
    < Club 410 N. W. Eighth ... Improvement $4,210. Can be
    ? imeetlng m. Wednesday. .tiff M. F YARHltOUGH. DeI
    po p. for ...j
    - avenue. Men' Bible class and O1voecfr.ORDER PI."I handled on $730 cash balance Good lined pia.io cheapW.EKoon.1I1N.W.31ASt

    \ CHURCH: OF THE NAZARENE TO M. r. 1'0.YARRROUtui"UC"ATIO't' ( .! .monthly payment H. A. Cam-
    OPEN AIR BIBLE CLASS
    awb"aw.t gron- I .
    Homestead The Rev. W. J. You arc hereby *tquar4 tu ppMr : 'of WANTEDFRUIT

    Parker Sunday school at Legion Park in Homestead .... In Bill *t Complaint tar di..w0 filed ':1:1 .
    pastor. ran l. the .ton. itrM ranw M tk* ttk LEGAL NONCE'NOTICE
    M3 a. m; preaching at 11 .. case of rain, city bill 9 43 Sunday day of J ... A. D n 017. otkrirlM tk*j WANTED -- Roadajde :
    J'I\'j morning. :Tell other. *-bring others. .llw.elDM g( MM BIU will ku ..h.. M : : .
    and 7:30 N. Y. P. S.
    : m.
    p. ; Marooned k" ..... OP APPLICATION FOR TAJ Trading Post Qoulds. (BU-."
    Juniors meeting at 6:30 p. m, This oNw to Iou "bUsbed In the DKKD ,
    frKnurprlMronoOMTUV. "I Ietoo P146 for taw (.>..,. Rat No. HII
    Prayefmcetlns Wednesday evening I
    TO TALK AT ZONE MEETING unDotW ..... I NOTICE 18 HIHKHV GIVEN that W LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE
    7.30: p. m. April IS. A. D IMT.B. U Smith, koMw .- State and Gusty TOfrurirabi ><
    I I B LtAIKJtKMAK.Cbrk .... NOW leaned Uw Ttk dwroTAMMt. .
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    ., PrlaeeUtH-the. C. H. Con- I When Zone Four of th*W. M. S. of the Cinch Gasbag A. D. IM. kM MM amb InV OP APPLICATION FOE TAX
    business Br r J. GOULD Doyolgr Cbrk.CARR 1 olTI a. mil KM m.4. mteHrUl" fore IIFFDNOTICE
    holds Its all-day quarterly ,
    don, pastor Sunday school at ':45; a CARR |I U. 4..4. to br leaved MMiwm Said OrUHcmtr I* HRKrBY GIVEN: that 1CHr ,

    preaching .*% 10:45: a. m. and 7:30 meeting today it the Riverside oolfclten M PlaloUff.Mar mbram the folfcrwln dwerlh.d Sra.dsn c. Inc.Till holder .co..atelaM.1.. .
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    1.1 of Muml -
    T II, II, Ml) of Da*. But uf
    Church in Miami MriF. M Drtr In UM County
    m. at 6 30 I I Methodist ttk do, of J...
    p. meeting : ; younlpeople' ,, te-w..l I,4111 and IIM. dated UM

    meeting' at 4.30.: Prayer L. Poyser will give a report of IN'" THE COt'NTT JI'DGC CAPRI tN|!, tam il. I U. ...... Banana BUM aSahdw. I A. D IMI... an.kM...flM. wade Mid aasUeatk.CortlflrMM, .....
    I of theW.. M. .. PUt Dealt 4. pu 141 In the ,or
    the annual meeting dad .
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    FLORIDA
    meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. AND 'ri'II\OIJi COl'NTT. I IIM Count 01 Owto. sate flit PtarMmTk 'lo> to l I. w tkonon to. oda "<
    S. In Tampa in April. *. 1711. I With lo*. Bold CmtHlotMMlowlmi Ih.
    of MM rifi
    .m.i.imt property irM
    In R.t UTATE UP WILLIAM KAXCR _tl.... Brooonr lo u.. C ...
    EPISCOPAL I the cold .unle.a bawd 1.1 ,
    1h. sit E D Norm, IF Do& sate ." PlorM.. lawn
    NOTKE TO CREDITOR ..... II tort I. *W Cpnrtloo V oyes' _
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    Hub MM Ui..i
    8U John's-S. E. Second avenue CARD OF THANKS To AU ClMllof and All PONOM Ha.... ImrltillIkmUr 1 noialaloa-* Lot 17. 1004. .

    1 and Fourth street, Homestead the I claims or Demands A4roMt sold Estates will to M lew.MM MM tAl p IM* o'W hl._ kM ri, ..... of tMMu Crtr tar P. "" II
    Rev. Milton vicar. W wish to offer our most sincere Toe. andweb d ram. .N IIoft'It1o n.tifkd Ik* Court-kaiiM M oho find HIM. tlMMO F. to print SIS fort W. al bu.
    B. Sackett, I and required I* present any ololoM ... : :1., I IUM i lea Bur. Tk. I* loot Tk. W t..
    _._ ....... .. In MM SMOtk IPST, whoa to
    t ; Morning prayer and sermon Sundays thank to all of our friends W .khw d way Ilk day of Jose. l*>t. MaatP.0.a..tle. N.5.P.: o
    . st 1100holy communion every and neighbor for kindness, sympathy a..Lips,, .Ik OMot* of William H.I Doted this Hk MIT *fE. ...". It". B. Lands IB oMkM> U. TuvMklp I IMM u
    Akon. d, ate oT HOOMMMI. DodolCooM in f
    I ( *. R.IWO 4* Kool UM City
    LEATHKRMA.
    :: II :
    Sunday at"7.30 a. m. an4'lirstSundayof and beautiful flower during ;. ; to UM H.W W P. Blontoo.I IOouotr Clef me Clmlt CourtClmitt Miami, ges"ey d<< Dade sate Pt.- '

    month at 11:00; other .the sickness and it the death ofI I Mm In'--n. la. Court tk. Cou.tr, piM file Coork'MUM MM'!!' .Dan wa r. bah 14.m I. 4111.ids. Tko.mb-.d oiimmoot I. b of rtlfkoto MM p.'s.T.. t'

    holy dui at 10:00: a, m. Young our beloved wits and mother.W. .. Dole Oouotr, Florida, wales rlckl. Owl II'WI M. 0. IT1'.IIUTt. D C.MU err ...... to* MM Certificate ......l i

    People,*Swrvfce .League, Sundays B. Ingram and Children publication m1..4.r month.hand.from UM Said dot el.Nr of the or flrot 4. !( ( t. It.---II.--III ar am%In III'i..i.;f BW Unknown Coral oorij.IT. ... :

    t e.M pttm.f A modo to .r tola MM level OII.IOM of noclaim. d Ind Who. .1 t
    .., end to kt ron M .>d pronnudftttoo = C'-r fw P OMlM a. ;,, L .
    31 8l"j6hB't':Poland; the Rev.o'meli WANTEDWANT as ._... of m.a ooill be barred. am Buy a Home : III feet W. .r akrsion .....,
    IK of. HM ISM Prokot An Tk. 4 f..t. TA W. m point L ..
    C Kulauf, pastor. Sunday Dead Ape" ,... A. D. IMT Buy Grove Land! P. O. I., Tk. N. 4 wH U> r O HWUM }
    ttboo{ each Sunday at 10 a. m. TO RENT furnished CON WAT L. AKKRJ, to Section 10. TMnwkl* M tkMk
    : At'f.t.t t..dt4..4uedM RM" II Seat. to Uw Chr W 11.......
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    n4nsht! yl.ct'f.m second and : N. AXCRI. Buy Glade Land ....
    house by year. Inquire at Lead Owawd.l I -.q .< (MM. Butt rf *K Of
    .toortiin u da/! of each month at er-Enterprise oftl.e.Turner's rim WI...,.... ew May t. MT.IN" 1 Mibi.... I* CtnlflMM M.. alga TW
    14,11,141 It to firm belief thai hl' her
    t. my w.em.wt p- ''' price are Imminent, MM Ortlflnw based mum l. tkt ..-
    at U.h-- j
    )U."J:1t TOAiaf EPISCOPALMr ,: Don't qalbbl about prfec.De a U new CWItriMUS knH W r-
    Funeral Borne J. T. TOMERLIN wallmay according h. taw Ml deal willUw
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    1 1 ( c. ....nia.1Ift1l < I base ......., .r let MVWH.. A IA19r7
    TRANSFER BW.Yeall .
    . L'CCtMO TO a C MIRPBYrrclghl.
    Cburcn Aool at 10 a. m.; prekchW thank me for this suggestion Ia IKATHttMAM t
    ai TOO Lady Attendant I 1 Dirt Weed Shaving, a few months hence \ Cwrk of tlnMt C- M
    p. Midweek player
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    Twelve THE LFADER-ENT1SRPRISE Friday May-_-- I4, lwn

    a Employee Should Get I t rots of fife wa the subject
    Account tallf'made to the Redland ofl'I
    Number Card!
    dub Tuesday night by '
    A.A. KoeetUne, pastor of the Beechnut VreaL
    M Jacksonville May If Employ 1/1/ \ Method!'* Chovrit. '
    + en having In their possession social out that tin! one code D Ground r
    ; security account number earthwtre ethics fosters coriMdentkui of,
    advised today by Henry C
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    spiritual value, he ragged that hit
    Mefill, field representative Ir I
    J hearer do alt they can to lessen Coffee:
    } charge of the Jacksonville off 4, Coffee
    the gap that has been growingwider
    of Our Social Security Board thai
    than ever In, recent year j
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    '.' the cards should be turned over tile club heard that Miami U, .... lbYIN .21c
    whom promptly they to belong.the employees' to I tint In the number of passengers I ... 29c
    arfTvmi by air from foreign count -, Wit*1914L.16 r or
    The account number card, Mr.
    iea, second hi number of passengers -
    Meglll emphasized, arc the property arriving by water from Jbs for
    I
    I of workers to whom they were Tuld11 Specials2\
    tereifn land and sixth in the Fri. and Sat.
    '.sv>ed. and the card ahould at all,number of ships entering It* port,1 3k
    I times be la the of such
    possession '
    when a representative of the Miami -

    them worken worken carefully are cautioned furthermore to preserve, the I'In the Chamber for interest a deeper of of Commerce strengtheningsupport channel spoke Into'I 1 1; Gold Medal Flour- 9ge .

    Instance In which thai card are
    being retained by employer have I: tmiooo statement wa made I
    ships pat Miami byevery
    Mt been ill brought laid to This hit ha attention happened.Mr. be potential month caller whereas It Miami they harborfacilities would 1, MILK (any brand) :3 tall cans Zic
    t I&Jrnplalnlld.1n canes where em- ,I '
    and channel were adoquate. -!
    _.. xTlloyer*hold the card tent to them I "
    i by port offices for distribution to I Art Magee, Nelson McCourtney.I SOUTHERN LADYSalad ,'.
    employee It hat also occurredin I
    and Harry Hill played hill billy
    cases where new employee music on the guitar end harmonica. i.
    have given their Card to employer Dressing qt. jar 2Sc .
    B X. Catlin was la charge of the I
    10 that the account number : !
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    program.
    could be recorded on the employer -
    The club annual election will
    record In tern of those IRISH POTATOES Red Bliss 5 Ik.
    be
    held at next week meetingENCORK : I7c '
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    instances Mr. MelU .Id.employ.! : :,
    era have not known what to do .
    with .he cord I N i OLD VIRGINIA PUREPRESERVES
    Nod of the roof wa destroyed i : .
    Close the Breach, Urges when fire broke out In the home)of I assorted flavors 2 lb. 35c
    Pastor in Talk to Lions Mr*. Brook Bishop In Bedford; jar :..
    Ind. She called a e
    carpenter to repair -
    the damage A* loon a* they I, SUNBURST BARTLETT #
    The widening of the breach between had fixed the roof, the entire house
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    the iplrltual and material burned down.-Pathfinder. PEARS, No 2l/2 cans, extra special Ifc ,



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    Country Roll
    roe + A
    1928 Ford Ton Truck;,cab and body; rasstasa Butter, lb. 38c

    special ..........._........ ....:...::.:.,...,...;:_.!...*_ "" 8 78.00 OUR fRICI .
    3 cakes . - .0 ,_ 18c Swift's, Ga.J Picnic!

    1930 Chevrolet. Truck; cab and body; It Hams, lb. 22t '

    special ....:....4.............................__. .... ....... S 78.00 .
    ." '
    f Sliced, Rindlcsa -

    193<, Chevrolet. Truck; cab and body;
    Bacon lb.35c
    special .......,.......................................... .... $298.00 ,
    SUPER SODS TM w sox roe WASHH usmtCONCINTIAIID 2 lot 19c
    Western Beef
    1935 Chevrolet Truck; cab and body, I SUPER SUDS trot stun sox roe WAJH1H4 CU>'HlSI 2 for 19c .. CbuckRoast :

    special ..................... .........:.........:............. $318.00
    :FREE 1 cake Octagon lb. 22e

    1931 Ford Truck; cab, no body; special?. $138.00 Toilet Soap with purchase -

    t :i I [ of one 20c soap chips, .regular Tender Georgia

    25c value Steaks, lb. 25cr:

    PassengerCars : for only . .uh 19c No now"
    Rib Brisket
    I Brown Dry Bartlett or

    SUGAR41bs.for..25c PEARS Beef, lb. __,.19cCountry

    lb. .. 15c
    RonSausage I
    1933 Chevrolet Sedan; overhauled; special $278.00 I Hurfi Dried '
    Pork & Beans APPLES Meat

    1933 Ford Coupe; special! .?...._..............>.? $258.00 i it I-me tans 19c The ..,...-....' 25c
    2for. .. 15c

    : 1931 Chevrolet Sedan;overhauled; special $168.00 i Sunbeam Wiaconall\' Fun
    PICKLESquartjar..19e Jell Powder Cream ,

    ig:+i ,1933 Chevrolet Coach; new paint; special $268.00 i:I 3p Es. ..' 14c Cheese, Ib..25c

    Glass Free With

    f 1930 Chevrolet Club Sedan;special.......... $ 78.00 Old Glory.Macaroni Monarch Tea Pork RoastSho'lderfb.22c .

    ! i SPAGHETTI 1-4 lb. .. 24c
    I 1929 Chevrolet Coach; special...._._.. .>.. $ 78.00 pkg. .. .. _.. 5c
    Far West

    10 1931 Ford Coupe; special .................._..._. $ 98.00 Sunbeam Fresh Prunes Ga.,Smoked,: '
    Grape Juice Ne.2% eaR 15c' Jacen,the a.2se

    quarts.. ... :35c,

    Bid Cheyrolet coo Ape Fte Midge MaY8Maiae Kin tf Taste Diskre a

    oteOM'r rine ,
    AppesSaitce aa
    '. ., .: .j/* %-PL ...... 18cpint

    bli-14i H. Krwti, Are. PHone$8 2 for .... lk .... h.. 3lc ,..I .!'..... ..

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