The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00161
 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: February 11, 1938
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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: UF00087294:00161
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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FLORIDA CITY Festival Premiums Total Hundreds I '

I Of Dollars,-Steffani List Reveals TRACTS IN VARIOUS PARTS -

TOGETREADYFOREECTION I Announcement of premium! would be needed for the arch

totaling hundred of. dollar for I Ceo L. Swan publicity chairman OF CITY OBTAINABLE FOR

exhibit at the forthcoming Red- told of arrangement made
for radio broadcast about the
land mad District at a meeting Fruit of Festival the Redland was festival preceding and during the

District Chamber of Commerce event Automobile, slated for bumper Feb. SB-March signs advertising 5.* TAXES t.: We MORRIS BELIEVES

Wednesday night by County Agent
the festival date have .
C. H. Stoffanl chairman of the
:All Voters Registered to festival premium committee.A. arrived and will be distributed "Uomestead-(
early next week George W. Turn THE WEATHER Offered NYA
Sign New Registration R. Livingston, chairman of
er chamber of commerce president Labor for Beautification
the entrance arch committee, announced ... -
Books 0ffIrhI .aver a eI sean..eso
that between eight thous-Sand festival manager. announced "'....- ...---.... view" ProjectsNO
end and ten thousand Plans were originated the
ED. STILINFMAY RUN grapefruit chamber meeting Monday; to geta Date IMaE/Mla| Sari I Kale'

FOR MAYOR'S OFFICE display of mounted fish repre. Feb 4 I 179 i 159 ,so.it' .01 CHANGES SO FAR

POTATO PRICES sentative of the catches to be Feb. 5 I 71 I 152 30.201 .43 IN CITY EMPLOYEES
made In waters near the Redlam! Feb. 6 .ITO I 1 e11 i I

Announcement Yet but District W. P. Cash was ap. Feb. T 1 17$ I 153 :SO.251JT / Edwards Sullivanand
Clerk and Marshal.Believed TOSTRAIGHTFNOUT.ISOP1NION pointed to obtain such air exhibit Feb .' -1 J I 152 ;30.301Feb. | Ivey,
Candidates Premiums offered In the fruit t J" \- 6i ::10.18'| 01 Minor Officials

and vegetable departments of the Feb. 10 i 71 I S3 ;"SO.n\\ Reappointed

forthcoming festival, both for .,.--
With Its biennial election scheduled
community and Individual exhibits City Licenses for 1938 Acquisition of some 49 acres of
for March 14. Florida City will be found on Page 4 of
Feb. 1
The low price situation In the e(1UIPayable unimproved property In various
opened a new set of registration t this isiue.MAN .
(South Dade potato deal, which got 1 parts of the city II municipal park
books on Monday I special meeting All of Homestead
,under way the first of Ian week, city occupational 'sites through delinquent tax teicedvre -
of the town council They will license taxes for 1838 became -
will straighten Itself out shortly, advocated the meet
was '
remain open .,.n:1lrom 10 m. In the opinion of leading shippers I LOSES LIFEAS due on Feb. 1. Mayor Tom f
I Harris advisee those doing business Inc of the city council Monday
to 12 noon at the office of the of the Goulds erea Packinghouses
I or practicing professions here !night by Councilman Ben). w.Norrla. .
curtailed shipments sharply when CO mIISSARYONTRAILBURNS '
tows clerk, Mrs Flora D Myers, market quotation declined to These who have purchased .

on Eighth street, until March ti i their occupational Ucentc*.jelrJ .,J'be jouncll;!,Vitas receptive the
$LJ5 a bushel and lower, and this
!i .-""""'> 11Iud "' ."*.!*'"...opentlont'vrr'rcstrTcted'tofilling dalie qua.l aad.as iuett.+subject ids yaad )4..1I0rdlt.an4 City A.- ..
all voter to ..*.rell btery Mrs.Myers order : : to t, visit tram the police fore,,iorney tfa C Haycock were ap.

sold At the meeting Mon County Agricultural Agent C. whose duty It to to see that the pointed a commute to communl-
day night some fifty-five names H. Steftani pointed out yesterdaythat Tandy K. Phelps, about "41 cltys license law! are enforced,' ,cote with owners to ascertain what
". butcher at the commissary of A. the mayor warned. !amount of co-operation can be obtained -
were struck from the voting lilt the price of old potatoes had
In out the projectUr
by reason of death or removal frost risen. from $1.20 to $1.SO cwt, In- D. ,ogle at Ochopee, Tamtam) carrying
Morris announced that NYA
the town'a corporate limits, and 4x dlcating that the upward turn for Trail farming settlement, was
labor for improvement of perks
order to have I completely up-to- local shippers of new potatoes is burned to death in a fire thatdestroytd LIONS TO URGE and parkways of the city and In
date list, the re-registration was not far off the commissary and Itscontents
sanitation had
decided upon. I, The national potato crop was early yesterday morning I promoting greater
HEALTH UNIT ON been offered to and accepted by
No candidates for the March 14 two million bushels short last year, The body ws brought to Homestead ,I 1!Homestead street and park department

election have M yet announced so the stocks of old potatoes oa by a Turner ambulance and I' of which h* is the committee
but It If believed that Edward hand will be depleted earlier than shipped last night to Bainbridge C03IIISSI0NERSEstablishment I' head so there would belabor
Staling, i member .f the present they were last year," h* said. "1 Ca, former home of the dead man. available to clean up and
council, will run for mayor The am confident that In a very short He survived by his wife Mary. I sites
beautify any park acquired
*time there will be a brisk demandfor of a county health II j I
present mayor H. Silvermaa, has I and by his parents Mr. and Mrs 'by the city
i made no announcement aa to Dade County midwinter crop John M. Phelps of Bainbridge He I unit in Dade COunty will be urged'| Mayor T J. Harris has Just ap-

whether or not he will be a candidate potatoes" was a nephew of J. V. Davis of before the county commission byl proved a project application for
for re-election. It is understood I bell*" that consumption Homestead, city park foreman I
a Redland District Lion Club corn j(the NYA to furnish four boys to
that Mrs. Myers, the city of the potatoes thus far Origin of the blaze that caused i
assist the street and park
.cruse composed of Tom Torbert,I -
hipped out of South Dade will be
clerk, and Wm. J Geronimo town the death of Mr. Phelps was undetermined to beautification
3 Q. Caldwell and Dr. B. E. Gat- carry on
marshal, will be candidates for a factor fat increasing the demand Th lose of the commissary I
,work under the of
and boosting tile price M coruum- Un ss a result of action taken by: supervision
re-election. building and Its contents
I J. V. Davis Each
Foreman boy
the clubs board of directors following
ear get acquainted with the
Th only other elective officeholders quality of the Red BIiMuiel.1 superior WM IIIIld to be estimated at approximately the meeting of the club'will work tt hours a month for
are the councilmen. The 110,100 Mr ogle Tuesday awning. a peeled *4 four end a half month
present council is composed of produced in thin .ree. the owner, is a resident of Naran- At the meeting Mr. Caldwell,I I The NYA feels that such Ii

W. F A. Robertson, president, R.f J* but during the farming season member of the club, aged such prejerf wilt 114* only -ft torn
W Mulllns, Lawrence Becker, A.'HHSDefeatsBeach stays at Ochope to direct his large action by 01 club explaining thata i arisen ceded work done for th*

f Lelninger B. B. Pullen Charles scale cropping. health unit would be valuable I,sty but wot,afe I* five the boysan
Clinton and Mr. SUlintrelfc (iC age r s in GameIII 'I in preventing the spread of con. opportunity receive work
Redland HUh to Play toglmra diseases and In provktag experience that will be of value in

How CCC Fits ere Last Night Miami Beach Tonight medical attention for school child I the future," laid B. Howard

for V I ren. H* pointed out jibsryeepntlegistalion Brown, NYA district director.
Youths *
:Miami Beach High School CI,. Redland High School basketeers by the legislature of I More boys may be put on this
who recently defeated Miami went down before the Miami High Florida allow the county t* levy I project when the cropping season
, The work, attempted I sib School only team this sea- squad Tuesday In the Bedlund a halt-mill tAx for the.pwpoei of I li over he said and other projects

vllian conservation cor nits -., that Homestead High has bow-,gym, 13-11, arid win meet another establishing such a health unit will develop U flea city starts I
enrollees fitted for. vi to. bit the dust before the tough outfit when they play Miami He said the half-null levy would park development plan. .

at the expiration of theiror ,etowers in the Homestead gym I Beach tonight at the Beach. provide for i doctor, nurse clerk Unemployed, and unmarried
befor, was described 'p" '44 sat night 34-S4 It wa Horae Next Tuesday night Redland will and sanitary officer :young men and women between

Homestead Rotary Club at Its,,stead eighth straight victory j play Lake.Worth High In the Red- Chemurgy the science of utilis the age of It and U are eligiblefor
meeting Wednesday noon In Legion -I since Its single defeat of 18 land gym. tag the ehmnfcala Jtt agriculture* NYA U their financial condition -

hall by John Lynch, formerly i I played. games, Last Friday night :Aedland lost was...subject of en d4rM made! warren*. Applications must

educational adviser at Camp Den I I I Homestead gets another chanceat j to Fort Lauderdale High, 13.31. to the Lions Tuesday night by Pro- 'b4t.mina, at th# social welfare offlee
ning; Ca, a short distance out of Miami High Wednesday nightof lessor' E f. KJortOgmr : to the McCrory Arcade

Columbus Mr. Lynch now is I' next week, when the two teamsare R.D,LA. to Hear SpeakerOn and Ether Belle Heart, No. change were made in appointive

the most recent addition to the scheduled to play in the gym Need of Health Unit I presented a Gypsy dance lit cos- officers and department
staff pf the Subtropical Experiment i her*. The Growers play Ponce .. turns; and Miss Susan Pop and Leads of the city government when
Station tt Homestead. |I d* Leon High I School Friday nightat At the meeting of the Redland Dagmar Dean gave sn eccentric the new city council held its first

Among things taught at hi* Ponce I District Improvement AuoeIa-1 dance. :regular meeting Monday njght-

camp, with the kid of enrollees, I Fait, accurate passing, coordinated tion Monday night In B. C. Edwards,city -jjrlt and tax
foremen or outside volunteers experienced teamwork and ability to School auditorium,, Mr*. Jack Barry rCDDLUS A1KI8TED collector far more Un II rears
... the subjects, were sink free throw from' the foul I of Miami win speak on tilt lra Arrested by Night Policeman J was resppoinled to that flic*, and

woodworking, mechanics, barberIng line put H
;. blueprinting trigonometry: I the end of every quarter The unit of clinic, 'In Dade Coutny number tried to sell a doormat* tile two preview .adnMslrations,
and the three R'., Mr. Lynch said.1J score was 9-5 for Homestead as In the absence of Presidentjpeorje the Sykes horn Tuesday morning; was .retained that capacity.

told of the financial return the first quarter ended 29-f tot : .L .Swaa, who ,will be ..- Pinny logs Arthur Cv England Other reaBpointment. were:
that .is possible to -t community Homestead the end of the half.SO14 teadlag: a meeting of the- agricultural and Wm. Shepp furnished east 'Cordon Jv y, superintendent light

from having eat et the CCC camps in favor .. nested* at eteasnttte *l tile Ftarlda bond of f 25 neb for their appearance snd water department; Mrs. Lena
U there I I. proper co-operation between the end of-the-third quarter Stale..Chamber *f Commerce at before Mayor Tom Harris Knew**, assistant city clerk and
the camp and the community With the core tied at 34 for Halae City Vte-presldnt A. R. M> police avert tetiiglit en Charges bookkeeper to the light and water
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Pare Two _THE LEADEIl- ENTERPRISE Friday. February 11. If

Wednesday night, when, on Wednesday resulted as follows:: Re-employment of the
alllUUUIIIIIIIIIhIIIgiUIUIUIIIi IUIIIIIIa I upon Rufus Dorsey and John Met'president, Mn. J. E. Davis; vice- CHURCH NOTICES licenses who with Chief 1

f I I fett promptly got out their dog I president, Mn J. L. Burton; tree. constitute the regular J

'and off they went in pursuit 'urer, Mrs. W. J. Tweedell; eeC1eFIHST BAPTIST CHURCH was deferred but no cha twll

a f 20 Years Ago "They took up the trail near the''tary. Mn J. D. Radii"Mil Feb. 11 Morning sermon Harris.expected The to be present made 0 by"
Deliverance" eveningeermo.r
U "God's ;
Mahaa grove and ran the animalfor Turner of Pittuburg I
I In easterly I visiting her parents In Redland." "The Fewer fChrist. Bowling G. Dye, day: I
f about five hours an
p IIIIIIll MIIUII :II IUIIIUIIIIIIIUUIU and W. H. Sykes, night patrol
inTW .
direction, finally overtaking bruin -Mrs Mark Nabors has been ',j
I i Herman Thomas was added a r j
r Mbvtae MMI M MM sew near Black; Point creek about five II Prayer shooting
a.na r..n fib ft KM Bi m The Stewardship of force last Friday as extra help ;
: as.roeW -.....* M... ... IMS.Hk miles east of Goulds. I subject" handling the influx of .
. r IN ., rtafM mmmmtr ... "The bear was then nearly exhausted J
.i _.... OH If, ..... wish UM ..... packing house labor d .
I from the long and rapid -"Th Ladies' Aid Society held
: chase and rose on his hind legs, IU regular meeting on Wednesday CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHFeb. farming season. ,
Feb. T, If U. frothing at the mouth and growling of bit week In the church. Officers IS Lesson-sermon
-''Don Ferreyra spent Sunday at threateningly."As were elected for the coming topics "Seal"HOMESTEAD IIILS 18 :
Miami Beach where he enjoyed aMa :
la Mr. Dorsey's habit when year, at follows: president, Mrs.
bath. Also put In some time hunting he waved his companionback Charles Henderson; vice-president, METHODIST I

.k' Instructing a good looking" young with his hand, crying, 'Stand Mrs Gordon McSweeney; secretary CHURCH (Continued From P.. ; J
lady how to swim. back and let me kill him.' Mr.: Mrs. H Crews; treasurer, Feb. It Moraine sermon each team and two '

d "Lewis Twyman Is comfortably Doric then shot at the bear until Mn. 3 Ogden." (Princeton.) theme "A Very Pernicious play, Little made two free throwZt jI
: located in the office of McCaskil) his gun was emptied, missing him -"Mr. and Mrs James Munsonof 8lB". At 1 M p. ... Dr. W. A. McDanlel one and Little I

. ft McCasklll Miami. j I every shot, as usual Then Mr. I New Haven, Conn., arrived on Smart pretence ef BiblicalUteeJoar I I on a succession of fouls one sung:
of the board Moffett to. the front and train to at Emory University byfituj
f"A reorganization stepped the noon Wedneday spend Belch'team. to give the home team!' 1
, of directors of the Bank of Homestead discovered that he had forgottento the winter. Mrs. Munson is a I In Atlanta will. be special guest the winning margin of four point IDrury'
; was effected at the annual bring his gun with him. In sister of Mrs. A. D. Clinton. (Florida preacher.ST. back-hand (
meeting of stockholders held on this predicament quick thinking City). I field goals is the only
The [ and the hunters remembered -t Garden JOHN'S CHURCHFeb. thing thai
Thursday of this week. new i was necessary Saturday night the kept the Miami Beach team lri
.. board of directors elected at the ( seeing some trained Theatre building will be the scene It Sri before Lent: _'thi
I Little Homestead !
1 lams ,
annual stockholders meeting of bean in their chllhood began to of the most interesting basket ball 7.39. Holy Eucharist; ':31, center
was high min on his team with j jtal
' Thursday last will consist of W. sing: 'Rooty toot toot te-tooty.1' game ever played In Homestead.A church school; 11, matins and of 17

,. D. Home R. E. Caves, C. T. Fuchs, [toot-toot' which Inspired the vicious .I town basket ball team has been I aermoa At t Young People's amt Beach points.had a total Drury of 16, for point Ul;]

:. Dan M. Roberta and Wm. Ander animal to climb a tree. \organized and the Garden Theatre Service League leaves for It was a fast game all the *

. son. It Is expedient to state f "Then they hurried home to turned Into a basket ball court Coconut Grove. I II through. The scores and "waj'
that the retiring president, Thomas boast of it all, and whereever a,The town team has such men as I ups:

, Brewer, and those of the directors crowd Is seen In town now one or Cooper, Sykes. Moffett, McKins- COUNCILContinued Homestead '". ft.-"pis
who retired In favor of the new I both of these hunters are sure to try, Lowe, Murray, Cochran, San I Bishop f 3McDanlel 0 9

board, have worked faithfully durIng be in the center telling of this der, Vann, Gault, Reynolds, Twy-I f 2 2

I j their period of service and the .thrilling experience. man and Lanier while Moser, ( From Little, c .... .. .. ._ fl 5,
t bank has enjoyed I good measureof i, "They claim that some day next Campbell, Sheffield, C. Hook, T.I Page One) Martin, a ...._ .. 0 0 4 i
their adminis week will return to if department; Ira 0. Haycock city u
success: during they see Hook, Fuchs, Clinton and Math- McMichael .. 3
; tration. 'I the bear U still up the tree, and if thews will represent the high'attorney; Claude A. Campbell tax I I Caves, g _,_g _"--_' 0 0)1I )

: -"J. D. Redd left Wednesday to not intend to tree him again, as school. assessor; A. C. Deputy, fire chief; McKay, g 0 1 2
the animal Is too heavy to carry -"Violet has R. E.: Sherard and W. B. Caves, ,
: attend the funeral services of his 'I,(I Umphrey had a mild Jr"l I' Totals 14 10
. father at his old home In South home and they don't like bear' case of the chicken pox" II'firemen; Mrs. L. L. Bow, ; Miami Beach

. Carolina." meat anyhow" I I I I-"Ora Neff of Elkhart, Ind., la In L. A. Loper, garbage collector. J Parke, f ... 2 1

"Leonard S. Mowry, Jr., has (1-1. boy was born on Wednesdayto Miami this week. He expects I There were no opposing applications Drury; f .... u........._.. d 2 1
i lost a baby girl from dlptherla a Mr. and Mn." Joe Raulerson, of later to spend a few weeks on his I except for the position of B. Parke, c _...._...._ t 0 4'
few days ago and his wife and another Silver Palm. I I I farm near Homestead and will occupy .blight and water superintendent, Weatherby, e _.. ..... I 0
-"Jim Vann Is in Homesteadand I for which Hunter Harden meter -
child are now In the Palm now S. L. McCUnahan's house' James, g ._. ____.. I 1C
, Beach hospital suffering from the on a furlough of 17 days." nea? his grove." !trader, ipplled and for the Job WUcox, g __ 1 1' I

t same disease." Members and friends of the -"E.: Gollatscheck: of Goulds has garbage. collector, ft- which Farley g '._'.."..'?......_" 0 0 1
t -"Frank A. Roberts, city clerk of White Stone Church, crowded: the been presented with twins by his tOf M. Forte made application. Totals _._.... IS 4 1
J Florida City, has assigned his office building Thursday night to greet wife, and they have been named Councilman Frank. Rue, light Referees: Mason Younts.;"
j and will leave for camp on the the new pastor Rev. ,Wm. J. Car .Mary and Martha. Redland followed -,and jcommltteeman, recommended On Tuesday the ,Glowers'played__
ter, who was recently appointed reappointment of Ivey on
loth. 1 suit when Mrs. J. W. Campbell Palm Beach High and brought
"Mrs. Gordon McSweeney and to this charge. The exerciseswere presented her husband with.grounds of proven ability and efficiency back a 20-21 victory.

, two daughters Irene and Darlua, under the direction of Mrs. I brand new boy. and .Cquncjlmai W. ..Rt&ird .

\ leave soon for an-extended visit t!Go. Ransbn.. president of the t- "W. D. Home, accompanied by moved for reappolntment-of ....
} with relatives at New Smyrna.; Ladies Aid Society, while Mrs. A. C. Horn and R. E. Caves wenton i Loper on similar grounds. .UVTI""L VIOLINS BAIIID '

j (Princeton). Relater managed the serving of re.treshments a trip to Lake" Okeechobee on 11.
with .... oN 710.ass.
1 I to the delight of all. Tuesday. Victor, E. A. Ennla, >I. A. Carter, ., a Risen: rrsl_It s....* aste
t January 31, till Mrs. Skill sang "Far Off I Heara "Several members of the C. D. I Capallo, K. K Horton C. W. .+....ed.. ...........-y.....
I -"A boy was born on Wednesday Lover's Flute" and the flute-like Club attended the Red Cross meet. I Camp, Will Bush Parham, Me- ... I. I
4 to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Raulerson of L notes were very pleasing. I log Friday Present were Mesdames Henry Harkness, Zalesky, Phil SAM ... DUll jMo
I Silver Palm. t-"The[ two basket ball teams of Redd, E:. F Brooker, J. E Us. Candy, Tlbblta and Soldier" .... L ........ Bich. IdoetI
j -"Jlm.V.nn is now on a furloughof the Homestead High School' will .J.Jw ik

,j 17 days."Council." I I go to Coconut Grove on Friday.I :: /
! met Monday night and I The girls' team Is composed of oM'.... .''.k.:\
\ after the mayor-eleot had been Emma Fitch. Nellie Wallam Lillian I is
. wont In by Lewis Twyman, he I Robertson, Charlotte Collins I II
proceeded to swear In the town and Lottie Bennett, regulars; and I
" clerk .,.nd the following councilmen Doris Mowery, Stella Hook and I
: : '- E. LivUv'ou, clerk; J. L Lola Nixon, substitutes. The I
. Burt'. C. W. Lit > r. S. Loomis boys' team la composed of Edwin
,} E. G Carel, and W. H. Sykes. A. Hook Cecil Hook Alvin Campbell I

F Connett will be sworn In next Ivan Moser, Fred Fuchs, regulars;
meeting. Council was called to and Charles Sheffield, Charles
;.1 order, and Joe Burton was elected Clinton and Aldus Matthews, sub.

t it president of the council. stitutes. "
I "Dr Tower reported having seen -"The election of officers of the
,I ;larg: hear near H. Dove Allison's M. E., South, Ladles' Aid Society



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erring a coneanther hw residences sad a avail number of bwlneaiconcerns.
The stnioe was often. Iniemptadi nxardk and experience i
were ..... sa sdie the Myriad problem of the lacllIIIr)'. But the .
rWon was there gar a Ml docuawM 01 die TOi Ionia the min. ..go on sale at amazing low prices
k* of lento is> all pans ef the bases world,

Todr..the telephone .. sampled casualty, and the quallt { tSA 'm 1934 INTERNATIONAL_. list FORD SEDAN.-NtIW /
el Bell tttcpkww service b teems as the. bat la the world?Long PICKUP Jumbo Uree paint. Tires like lIew. Up- (
distance Mlrphoae service Is anlabto k Minot everywhere a. the good for many thousand holstery nearly new. See i
earth em .n auoy linen U n sad at amt Passenger airplanes, 1131 ClllVaOLET COLTS mile. New paint Thorthis car and you will want y

TK puLl I. demand lor service aew tntUns ..... In tasteless Nice, clean lacking car. Has oughly truck recond.tioned.will enjoy using A. Il Just what you 'l ,v.. ,. .\
totaling 11 milli.. of dollan III.", ....11I. la 1937 Idrpboae lot. of IL Just you bftla waiting .1300
ess mileageto Will f
Ave you money: on for .. ... '
fftftI.... what save the -
flojtt about 21 snUlio duUirs at wato, and the business :: your farm. Reduc. j 1
paM sow* f_} station dollars In taxes.Tomorrewukpbone tear on your more 290

service .., seasonably be expected seeondrnM Reduced to .. .._'245 3d poin.Good\: :"has'
M bop a step ahead ef chaagiiig -.II.... The phyiJalappannis
wfli thange-larfdr through the dependable efforts ef the Car can hardly be told from caUtln fine ell.,.. Leather
Ml Laboraurk But the of 1929 FORD TtJDOa-RuDI a new one. Clean Wilds and upholstery. Looks like ne I"
Telephone spirit telephone will
people tine; looks good, A. cheap .uL Ready to rldot. Get car. Many .xtrA. Flah:1
toMta unchanged, and their alsa in IfM will combine to be a* but good for
very this and be
yourself car no draft ftntllaUon.
VKnJng easel provide snore and beMr telephone service,at the. IItUe. tA .
Iowan cost cefubttnt with the (..1M safety tl the ....._ Only 85 Red pl'O\Idoflt.to '495 family be proud: to you wnA 'Jv0 ",7A

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[i ."J Friday! February: 11, '1938-1,.-.,-.' .,. .-. LEABBK-ENTERFEISB '.. '?': -,. Pas* Thrrt :!
Homestead 'Future'Farmers Are Hosts i poet, died several years ago. telegrapher for the T C. c. Later
Mr. Hartaock was sates managerfor he was made station agent at Florida
At Father-Son Banquet in Clubhouse I the Ludwig Paper Co. of Atlanta .. City where h* and his family
. at the time ot his death. He had resided ever.!nee. H* leave
Superintendent James T. Wilson i visited Mr. and Mrs Webster her his wife, Alma, two daughters,
of Miami wu tilt speaker at the 1 Father of Mrs. Webster during the Christmas holidays. Shirley Dean, 12, and Jeanne, P
----- 6, of Florida City, and six
annual father and of
ion banquet
' Homestead Chapter Future Farm I Dies at Atlanta Home, Former Station Agent brother and two sisters who T EO
era of America which was held Of Florida City DeadJoe live in and around Rock bland,
Monday eyeing on the lawn of the E. A. Hartaock, father of Mrs.i ni.
chapter clubhouse. He was IJ\.I Julian H. Webster of Homestead I F. Doxsee, .s, former telegrapher -,
trouced by Mr*. Nell K. Walker, died Wednesday at his home in I la the Homestead stationof ATTEND CONFERENCE
county.achool board member. Atlanta after an Illness of about' the F E.-C. railroad and at onetime ; Mrs. Frank Rue, Mrs. Harold
The address of welcome was six weekks. Mr. and Mrs. Web-I' station agent at Florida City, Sheffield and Geo. Crawshaw were
made by CharUe Little, and the response ster left Tuesday tor his I died In Kendall hospital Tuesday the local representatives of the
was given by Dr. B. E. Cat- in response to word that his condition after an Illness of four years, the fifth district conference of the GeneralPublic
lin. Jack Gatlin outlined the had become critical i lost 11 months of which were spentin American Legion and Legion Auxiliary -
chapter'i work program, and Rufus -, Mr. Hartaock, who was 88 yean the hospital. Funeral services held at the Coral Gables
Sullivan told of 111 project pro.,old, is survived by his wife. Alta' wen held Wednesday at 3:30 from: Country Club Sunday. Moving UtilitiesHomestead
gram. |Sanner, hit daughter, Mrs. Webster a Miami funeral home. Burial was' pictures of the organizations' work
Music was furnished by the and several brothers who live In Miami Memorial Park. I with crippled children were shown
Everglades Ramblers, Linton Conner !In Maryland. Hit son, Ernest'1 Born In Cable IlL, Mr. Doxaee I by Dr. A. IL Weiland of Coral Phone alS-M
James Roberts, Robert Hartsock, well blown Atlanta came to Homestead In 1928 as I Gables. .
Grubbs, Harry Hall and Carl Van I --+,
WlnkeL .

The four long banquet tablet
were decorated with bowla of
tweet peat, calendulas, Mexican
sun flowers and fern by Mn. Geo "
N. Wakefleld, and the banquet
was prepared and served by Mrs.
James Simmons, Mrs. V. M. Cren.
nell Mrs. Wakefield and Mrt
Fred Fuchi.
The fathers and other guests

prevent wen: Mrs. E. E. Bailey, ,M YOU CAN nEAR ABOUT
Mri. Ruth L Scott, Mn. Walker,
Fred Fuchi, J. R. Byrum, D. L THE DIFFERENCE. .
Bowen, Sr., A. O. Cain, J. A. Mc-
Cready, O. W. Smith, T. F. Var
nadoe Stanley Wittkop, R. E.
Glenn, L. P. Kendrick, David
Frederick, W. 1:. Rheney Stewart
Hall M. A. Baker, S. C. Means,
J A. Rehwlnkel, C. Hagler Rice
E.' B. Blackburn, Theo J. Bleier,
E. A. Buchanan, Frank Mcllwaln,P l
W. M.mleld,V. M.Grennel, Alex t
Brannon, A. DiNatale and Dr. Gat- gill
The members preaent were: Geo.
N, Wakefield, adviser, Jay Newton
Harry Hall, Ralph Andrews, YOU
Leon Chambllss, Virgil Bailey, CAN READ ABOUT
Frank Toppino, Charles Conner
J'rM Fyohs,. Joe Byrum, Harry THE DIFFERENCE.,, .
cow .''dnr Jfinro'y McX > : ,
eady, Wade Smith, Charles Stef-
fanl, Bruce Scott, Ralph Delllnger
Harvey Newton, Jack Gatii.,i
Thomas Varnadoe J B. Clonlnger,I
Linton Connor, Ralph Bevli, Don-,
ald McKay, Robert Orubbs, Virgil I
Grennell Edward Little Tommy!,
Motfctt Carl Van Winkle Harry 6
Hall, Roy Martin Charlie Little"
Joe DiNatale, James Roberts, D. a httAe4ei wheheIL
L. Bowen, Theodore Knowles Alfred (
Varnadoe, Archie Brannon,|
Rufus Sullivan, Ed. Pacettl Oscar I
Clonlnger, Vernon McKay, Barney
Godwin, Charles Mlngcr Louis Bi-
ondo, Kenneth Glenn, Leslie Cheshire 1U Jiil
erick., John Kuhn and Carl Fred-

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TBELEADJMlfRFRfSE-Published Friday at HornsHead ( .l lm FLORIDA 1I1 LICI I !1l.hMfltAW o Mi m I II II J'--wh 1

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Draft All .."i"" t. '\ ., k7)OLPIIN
Legislation that will draft all I I

of the nation' resource In

aU of the nation' resources In FASTEST 1

time of war, simultaneously with X,
mon.power, li the chief recommendation 6 \I SW/MME NORQE ALONE

In a series of peace In- h 1 I Or ALL j GIVES YOU:
surnnc proposals presented tit '

congress by the Veteran of Foreign r/SI-I/ MORE ELECTRIC _COLD110MECONOMYMORE

War of the Unite State and ':'-" PROTECTION
designed to put teeth In the campaign
currently being waged by t Hit LIU ROLLS AIR

the veteran to keep the United The annual GASPARILLA CARNIVAL tlvities of Jose Gasparilla and his notorious Tut aft left Only Norse'

States out of war. at Tampa ii one of the most picturesque pirates on the West Coast. The color has the surplus-powered KoUator
"It owner of Industry could be compressor' that make cold by nvotving .
attracts thousands of people.No .
celebration in America I Each year on ful spectacle
{ told today their profit win tease Feb. 5, pirates sail into the harbor at other denizen of the deep travels slowly m a permanent beth
the minute war ii declared by the of protecting oil That' why ttRotlatnr o
United States," declare* the Cora- high noon, emerge from a galleon and more swiftly than the DOLPHIN which compression unit-___
.mander-In-Chlef Scott P. Squyree, stage a mock invasion of the city amid move with such incredible rapidity in Ire to Norge-carries a10YEAR
of and boom of of that it looks like a mere
"you can be sure they win do the rattle musketry quest prey WARRANTY.
everything In their power to keep i cannon. Beautiful fantastic floats shimmering blur of color-a yellowish blue streakin -

u* out of war. If Uncle Sam will with color and tinsel, wind through the water. In pursuing a flying fish, I, I| 10 percent down '

tell the farmer they will make no the crowded streets to the accompanimentof its chief prey, it swims underneath it and ;

profit on their wheat or their martial music by gaily uniformed mu captures it when the flying fish touchesthe I Balance in 30 monthly in

livestock, during the duration of sicians. The great festival was inaugurated surface. This is an excellent food I '. stallmentsNORGE

the war, you can be confident every about 80 yean ago by a group of fish and also one of the gamest found in

A farmer will demand a vote against prominent Tampa citizens and is based Florida waters. It reaches a length 'of '

war by his congressman. If Uncle on the traditional eighteenth century ac- lix feet and a weight of 100 pounds. :
Sam will tell organized labor there

will be no boom-time wage, and
that labor must make equal acrl- REDLAND DISTRICT FRUlfFESTIVALPUEl\lIUl\ILIST I Ii CR+;

flees with the soldier, we will then swRUa
have the added force of organized i AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENTNo

labor calling upon congress to '
keep Ameritj at peace. Whenwe Entry Fee Charted Uniformity ......_.._-. IS points Rediand ApplianceS
have the courage, and the good All exhibit In thin department should have I Freedom from Uemtohef paint
been grown by; the exhibitor on his or her farm erIn Commercial value ._.__ IS ports
sense in this country to de prtit- N. Knme Aft
Us or her garden in Dade County. I Package .. ..,_ $ pesftt
lit war. then the force wtifrti All exhibit In thl department should be In i I Pecking 2* points i Homestead, Florida

clamor for war will be properly place In this department by II o'clock, noon Monday I Ii
i muiuled. In the midst of hysterical i and cannot be removed until Saturday, March! 140 point

patriotism there Is nothing thai S, after 8 p. m.Exhibitors. i I' All wtiolei exhibited 1a thai class should b*
will Induce sober reflection more 1 who desire the return of their exhibits I produced am exhibitor farm
effectively than a reminder of the I at the close of the Festival, mutt attend in i Arttttet entered in this dan will not be allowed : NEWT G. BALL
prnonal profit lone Involved. person or 1IttYl' a representative there to claim aaM. I to compete In any other class.CLASS .
otherwise the Festival will dispose of them aa seems
The "pre-paid wnre" plan ...i>-I most convenient.The > INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITS NOTARY ITBLIC

plenienta\ a campaign now being J Judge will I not award a prize unless the exhibit |
Exhibitors in this department win be .
waged by the V. K W. to required
names has decided merit at
repardles competition.
j 39.0UO.OOO lunaturet 40 '* petition I I j to label ectrifcfte, gtvfakg name or variety of specimen Fire Insurance and
on entry tag.
calling upon congress to adopt and 1 LOT lat 2nd 3rd 'Kindred Line
apply policies designed to keep All community exhibits and individual exhibit I| 1. Best lug Tomatoes__... $.*> $ .78 Ribbon I
America out of war I of fruit and vegetables, plants, flower, etc. competing 1 2. Beet orate Potatoes .... _... 1.94 .,. Ribbon i
for cash must be creditable exhibit,
J Best .
hamper Peas 1.00 .Z5 R bison II i iRbejon
to the S3 N. Krone Ave.
Boy Scouts Birthday satisfactory manancment.The 4. Best hamper Lima Beans .. 1.90 .7$ ; |
Redland District Fruit festival will offerthe I
.. Best hamper Pole Beans... 1.00 .7? Ribbon
A birthday which will Involve following cash prize: I 8. Best hamper Wax Bean 1.00 .75
lit 2nd :3rd 4th
more than a million beye and men 7. Best hamper Green Bush. 1.00 79 Ribbon
throughout America li being celebrated Best community exhibit I $. Beat bushel Pepper 1.00 .75 Ribbon I

this week. It I* the 28th ether fruits of citrus..__and.... 1S.OO. M.OO ,I f. Best dosea Cakes "__ 1.00 .75 Ribbon
JS.OO $ $ SS.OO Best Turner's Funeral Home
anniversary' of the ftrundlag of the K. hamper Squash -- 1.00 .75 Ribbon I
Boy Scout Movement which la Seat matronly of vegetables.29.00.exhibit :: 15. ij%JO.00 1.00'i t It. Best 3 tMiches Onions ... 1.00II .7J Ribbon I 24-mt AMBULANCE SIRVICI
Best hamper Red Cabbage 1.09 .7$ Ribbon I
beginning Its new year with an alL Beat Comffiun. ex'v;- U. Best Cab Lady Attendant
time sword of l.llfl.UT MUt of friall potatoes tS.OO 15.00 10.t>>" B.OO
I b.." .. ... ---:L:_ 1.00 .75 Ribbon
I Priohe
member and with more than 7,- Scored a* follows: |'114- Best 3 bunches Parsley. 1.00 .7} Ribbon ,I 964-R Homestead,Fla.
.. _. __. ._ 40
500,004 farmer boy* .M toea M Quality pointsVartty 1 IIV lest basket Okra ._ .. 1.00 .73 Ribbon I I
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participant since It* organization n"_.,_ ..n... .. 2S points1st pointsArrangement ', 16.: Rest J, only. ::lf.w.tgg .73 Ribbon: I:
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February. .. lele. i 17. Best 3 beads. .73 Ribbon
Ffa\ for Jhe week Include e Best ethiblt W tht Future Farmer 2nd 3rd :1 II. Best-X heads Lrttace..:.*' ..1.00 .73 Ribbon '! Edward StilingReal

project through which Scout of America. _.,_. $10.00 $5.00 $3.00CLASS i 20.II. Best Best 3 peck bunches Sweet Broccoli.100 Potatoes.TO( .73.73 < Ribbon Ribbon. I'I Estate ,

themselves win txprrte thank tor the support end ..... I' 22.' Beet'1 bunches Turnips 1.00 ,75 Ribbon
tint iQdlvMual exhibit of citrus. _
ance given by men and women 21. Best bunchi Rutabaga\ 1.00 .75 Bihkoa II Cmr. FLA. ,
fruit* 6 or more varieties $10.00 $3.M $3.*>, (',.. Palm" Ave. and Ate. STNLGi1 I
Best 3 bunch Best __ 1.00
everywhere. This "thanki" will llJivldMal =t .75 Ribbon I .. .. I.
Bent I exhibit of vegetabke. : : I. .. ..
Best S, Hint.
take the form of thousand of "liv 10 or more varieties 10.. 5.00 8.00 only. Egg 1.00 .73 Ribbon
39. Best 3 head Chinese Cabbage
ing" demonstrations of safety and Best individual exhibit of other than cKmi I II
.. ...... 1.00 .73 Ribbon
Scoutcraft through ivbkii Scout fruit, I varieties 10.00 '.00 3.001"
i or more 27. Best 3 bunches: Parsnips 1.00 .73 Ribbon (
hope to combat such accident Beat display of papaya, I or 2ft. Best 12 bunches Celery .... 1.00 .73 Ribbon I
breeding mtimm frailties a* rinse trait ; S.OO 3.00 :90} :to Best peck Spinach (Nortn- II I.
thoughtlessness carelessness andIgnoroitoe. Best display of avocados, lor' ern) __ 1.00 .73 Ribbon
TIM "Live Xxpo a* more varieties .. 500 1.00 2.00': 30. Best peck Spinach (New 1.00: .73 Ribbon: I Roper Gas Ran ''
I Exhibit* in this department win be Judged by Zealand f
'I ) 1.00 .73 Ribbon
It I I. to be called will be staged on, n -- -- .:
I i the following scale of point:: 31. Best peck Spinach (Tropt1.00 .73 Ribbon
Saturday, February llth. in store I Standard or commercial pecking or bunch cal) ._ .." ___ __..._ Efficient In Every i.vl.nu. i.
window*, en sidewalks and vtcant'Jots vegetable: > 3%. Best a bunches Radishes 1.00 .7} Ribber
",-wherever there are people j Size, marketable 10 points :L J n. LiON v. .moM:itt;

to atop took.Md IHntIIIM1.It Trueness to type IS point (Continued oa page Elgfct) .. 1

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11. 1983 THE Ll Aitf ears a.. .RPRISE PaRe Five

The high school art clam ace li.lllJ I! i ::i II', II : II 1:" ,' ;::Ii I "" ::1: I II : i: ''lIi:11: !Ii! :: I i 11:1: I : i : :' ii;';'''' ''' .:' :::::: 1111: 1
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are making tome very attractivepictures.
SAULS toluol Editor

_Mr Blackburn was in charge of Ford SEI'vicE
Alhl/ty Ramp who !had never 1-
the assembly program Tuesday been absent or lardy during the :
morning. Barbara Burke made
[seven yM ana has attended
brief Introductory speech explaining school, broke her reewrd
the WIt of choral In tae ancient |Monday when she had perfect to stay home Redland Motors, Inc, authorized Ford dealer for this territory
Greek '
that choral plays reading and a pointingout group because of Illness. is pleased to announce the complete equipment its service 'j;

recitation, II being used a great The new pupils In the elementary .department to render the only first class Ford service In this sec- ;

4wl octive today.cvtara M rt of provides producing m a*f--<] rixtfi envoi; grade during,Clark-the past Neif and week Store ere:, .' w lion. The Quipment consists of all the latest Ford approved tools I

tain effect As an example of Biondo.; fourth grade, Louise and machines, such as I
this development of speech art,I.Hoopta, A. :B. Dlrlckaon, LoulaeLHewell ,
Jack GatliB, Adams I
Mary Clarabelle .
I Stuart, I-wiinr P e.tti .R *tif ;and third brat cradfto.Dowell grade, 'Paul Ahm.farter New.
Frederick and .Harry .Zfegler m I .......-..- 'I> '*
'cited'Vaehel'UnaseyTI "The Congo" -I VALVE GRINDING TOOLS AND MACHINE
The pupils In Mr Wynn'i room ....
in unison. Adams told
,,!have ptaeed on their bulletin board WHEEL ALIGNING MACHINE
the original story of the "Pied' ;
pictures of live 4amoiu people
Piper Catlln,", Clarabelle and Harry Stuart Defiler, ,Louiaej'Jack,1]{,whose birthdays come In February. and all small tools recommended by Ford Motor Company\ .Also (

Pacettl and Ruth Frederick; n4.|The original ipvpfla valentines have jantoyed this week.making we have just completed our grease Tack hoist whidi'enables'( to 11 ']
cited In which the Pied
) a poem
render the best of service in this
very department.
Piper was Mara, the god of war.! there
In Mr rifleM'i room are .
Lester Anther gave a reading,I two new border of valentines and fl :
"The"Wew' "Way f Glory. : one of George Washington. We are pleased to announce the re-employment of Mr Sam

The boys on the basketball team, Alexander, a factory trained mechanic, who is in charge of our ,
Miss Ray's class la studying
just returned from a successful'about George service department, ably assisted by all necessary help. j
trip to the west coast told tome
Thurman'l 1
of their experiences while
Mr.. Bleier, also, spoke I'I The pupils In Mrs. ALL WORK AND MATERIAL GUARANTEED
room have formed a citizenship:
I club end have elected officers. j ji
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The honor roll for the tenth
grade, omitted last week read l' !
i The puplli ; Miss. Jackson'si
ar allows: high, Eunice Walker, room art working hard on their I REDLAND MOTORS Inc.Phone
Constance Scherr, and W. D. LoU;:'number work and as a reward are' .
low, Rosa Reitz, Allen Pope, Harry
getting stars on a chart.
Pierce,Jud Plebe and Joe Piche. 21 Homestead Florida

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Paw Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, February, 11, 1938

Y M Professors would go crazy church on Sunday Feb. 13. .Brown-Give up. What
Just like us stoogenta 1' they?
What the Teuaf Doctor Wants Jones-To put "Dr. before hie .
I The Redland Rattler MINISTERIAL GROUP WILL Jones-What are the two greatest -I'I own name and "Dr. after the*' .
MEET AT SIIAMUJN GROVE wishes of a medical student? names of other people.-Ex.

The Hedland District Ministerial 10
____nnm.nnm Association members and their
I, wives will meet at the home of Dr. REDLAND CAFE
HONOR ROLL Halnlln, Nora Greenwood, Frances
L. C. Shanklln, West Palm Avenue, :1
Seventh JUde: high, Charles Lewis Eleanor Murray, Ethel :
Florida City, Monday morning KM. A. NABOBS, Prop.
Sweating, Jack Marshall. Vida Roberts, Melba Bodes, Doris Ml- .1
at 11:30: o'clock. Eacb pastor la '
Clarke, Martha January, TeenU sell, Alice Saga.
requested bring a report of the 'I
Torbert; low, Elvira Hurry, Faye Sunday school attendance at his :
Campbell, Marion Edmonds, Frie Dark days are ahead for ua- ,
da Engel Frank Ortflci. Willis and may the faculty enjoy them. I
\ Vlck, John Benton Francis Pros selves. We're beginning to wish
there, Vera Sage, Wanda Thompson that we had smothered a few of
Barbara Williams those yawns and not flaunted the Ii
Eighth grade: high, Lela Ball, latest Issue of Colliers aq openlyIn Fertilizers Seeds Insecticides
clams that "dldnt appeal to :
Mart Basher, Nellie Oath, Jeanette -
Cox Thereat Daniel, Mary us". After all teachers do have ,
Lola Durrttt MarJorie role, Jewel feelings and pre easily hurt some
Hodct, Merle Lott, Barbara times. Too bad were not far-
Hill, Nina Lou Pope, Eva Roe- sighted.A 1 for Fall CropsWe
borough, Loulae ROM, Dora Scott,
Ik Jon hID, Mary Jam Turner; nice tall glass of arsenic to 1
I low, Helen Cooke Rita Dent,Lorna the people that found their exams
CotncU Carol Let, Betty Ann "really quite 'aiyN-also to the
Marshall, Bobble Slmpaon, Lola people that have their term paper have a fresh supply of Stokes' Simons', and Landreth's :
Vrana. In-their book reports all fixed up
Tomato Also Peat Moss Goat and
Ninth trade: high, Lillian An- -and are Just waiting for exams ,
dr.w., Marjorie Law to be over knowing that mother
Mary Engel Manure for Pine Land Planting-And be
fI, Wanda Sickle George Ku- will be pleased with their grades sure

feldt Harold Delaney, Henry Dixon to Redland Brand Fertilizers if want results.
; low, Elizabeth: Craft, Ruth Now that It's almost over we use you
Crawihaw, Colleen McVlcker, feel[ safe In printing this, from the
Betty Jo Garrett, June Vrana, Kentucky Kernel:
\ Lewis Vrana, John Brown, Jr., If professors were made to listen Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. .
To their lectures,
Truman Mllla, Rex Romine, Graham own II
McElroy. If teachers were made to laughAt Manufacturers Redland Brand Fertilizers
their own Jokes, !
Tenth grade: high Valeria MANGANESE DISTRIBUTORS
If[ professors were compelled to
Campbell, Idena Cook, Betty Lou look at move: u FRANK B. RUE, Mp HOMESTEAD, FU.A '.
Harris, Merle January, Marie Their own tace. r
Neia Jane Robinson, Wilma -
Thompson, LydIa Vlhlen, Howard
t Crouae, melt Todd; low, Phylllf .
Bell Marie Borgardt. Carolyn
Campbell, Gwendolyn Fox, Jaunl.
la Douberley, Dorothy Edwards
Phyllli Jensen, LaneUe Rogers,
Kathleen ROMEleventh .
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I, Friday February 11, 1938 THE LEADEP. r5 FUSE Page Seven_
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mother, Mrs. Rollick of Brooklyn,
FLORIDA CITY Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Silverman, G. 0. Brewstcr, M. D.

; lira, W. W. Swnry, CorrupoadesrfMrs. : Mr. and Mrs. Sam Illverman and EYE, EAR NOSE AND
and Around son Ronnie, and Mrs. Henrietta
Sherman of Brooklyn, a alstervlnlaw -
Glasses fitted MoCrorj Arcade
Paul Haley returned Friday of Mrs. M. Silverman and Mrs. -
from Buford, Oa. S. Schyeon who will be a guest Demi to I

Homestead 01 the mayor and his family until
Mr. and Mrs A. DIPauno announce the arrival of Mr. Sherman when '
the birth of a daughter Sylvia they will go to the beach.

I Orlando, Sunday at the PostGraduate
hospital.She weighed six Mr. and Mn. H. A. BarnlU and BILL'S SERVICE
P. Jacob of Odder Norman Weekly, infant
CoL Fred Sidney
and three-eighths pounds. Mrs. Woolen of Roanoke Va, who
:Ark, arrived Sunday to visit herewith son of Mr and Mn. CRas. Weekly, have been occupying the Sonnlch-
his brother and sis tor-ln-law' was in the Post Graduate hospital sen cottage for the past two months STATIONSo.
Mr. and tin. L. R. Jacob,. and hU from Friday until Wednesday for Harry Defiler who has been In will move this week to Miami for
medical treatment. Plttsburg for eight years Is expected .
nephew and niece Mr. and Mr* ..
the rest of the season. Krone .. at 4th 81
Adrian Jacobs. to join his family here soon.
Carol Virginia Lee of Gouldswas Mrs. Defiler arrived two months
(Opposite America Legless
Mr. and Mrs. Royal and daughter -
Newburn In the Post Graduate hospitalfor ago with her IOn daughter and
NfL Appllnf of ;Jasper :
have taken
Phylia Ann, an
,Ala..hat arrived In Homestead medical treatment Tuesday and son-InJaw. apartment at the W. r. A. Robertson Hall)
to spend a week or ten days with I I Wednesday.Mrs. home on North Broadway.Mr. .
her brother-in-law and .ute -1n- Richard Mattsort underwent an I. IS NOW .
law, Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hausman, Earle Meyer of Coral emergency operation for appendicitis and Mrs. Donald Sullivanof
and her. cousin, Mrs. W. L, Rosa Gable and her daughter, Joy, are Tuesday evening at Jackson South Miami and their daughter -
mond.Mr. spending the week with Mn. Memorial hospital la Miami. were week-and guests at the Open All Night !
Meyer's sister and brother-in-law,
home pf M. E. Sever.
a *.C A. Howell and Mn. Seymour Mr. and Mn. E.: f. DyaL Mr. and Mn. A. J. Carper of
Dane attended the Just Another Sen Extol**
onedayinstitute Virginia and their daughter are Mrs. J. Carlton Is entertainingher .
tor women's clubs held Miss Valera Fitch who .U teachIng expected to arrive this week for. daughter for a short time. For Yew CoaventeaeeW
at the University of Miami on at the Belle Glade school spent the season. They will occupy the
Wednesday.The the week-end here with her parents Oeo. Sonnichsen cottage on Tenth Appealing eyes: to win a mate,
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Fitch. street. Mr. Carper is connected' Alone suffice Appreciate Your Patronage
Rev. Allen West, studentat with a canning factory here. A peeling nose, I have to state,
the Southern Baptist Seminary M)', and Mn. Robert M. Simpson --- : Is not so nice.-Ex.
In Louisville, Ky., and assistant
have as their guests for sev- c. L. Calloway replaced R. E. AMERICAN GAS
pastor of the
Shelbyvllle, Ky., eial weeks, Mn. J. K. Harrison of Shepherd as IV E. C. station agent
Baptist Church returned to hit 1 Rldgewood, N. J., and Mrs. M. L. last week. Dr. Leonard W. Haskin AND OIL
I studies and duties yesterday after Norman of Winston-Salem, N. C. I ._........ In EN 11..1..4 ...- I
a visit of several days In r1/list .. .......... ..1GLASSES
, stead with his parents Home-I Mayor and Mrs. M. Silvermanhad
1 Mrs. George A. West, and Miss Anna Lee Crlm of Bagdad, as guests Sunday Ben Silver
Ky., arrived Tuesday to spend man of Brooklyn N. Y., Mr. and 141 N. B. rI..I. PIMM Mitt
Tom Collins, student at the i the winter here with Miss Mn. Sam Silverman of Miami and COMrLrrELT CUMVKNIKNT AIR CONDITIONED TKKMS] 'I "' .C o"

University of-Florida In Whitaker. Pearl I their children, Mn. Sllvertnan'i
ville, visited with his c.lnea-I ,I.
Eva Collins of Modello, Mn. A. J. Campbell who hasbeen
I Thursday of last week to Monday I HI with Influenza for the past 1 II
of this. Mrs. Thomas'Strawn of week U now able to be up again.
I, Quakertown, Pa., arrived Satu- .r >.iv.rq;
day night to spend a month with I Carl Wagner' principal of Red-
Mrs. Collins. land School, and president of the
Dade County Principals' Club will I

Ben Pulley who is a student at leave for Atlantic City on Thursday Pontiac
I Duke University at Durham;'N. C., of next week to attend a con-
I is spending the mid-term holidays vention of the division of school
ken with bis brother-in-law and administrators of the National Education -
I sister, Mr. and !.!n. Landon Car- Association, which will be
I lie,. in session Feb. 28-March: 3.
t Rules the Low Price -Field

,'. Miss Margaret Murray,.who. has _
I been a cuest'ot Mrs.. Ferris MinI -
I nerley since Jan. 19 will leave today -
I for her homevin New york
, Safety Shift


j Laura Davis returned to
: tier home In Leeiburg Sunday $10 .
I after a two-week visit here with
I her son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur D. Smith. / Extra



COUPE $938 /

First National Bank /

Bwiding TUDOR SEDAN $968 /

Compare APEX /

Office Open Evenings Hours by 8:30 Appointment-4:30 I With Any Electric lifrigtritof FORDOR SEDAN $1019

and TonH BUT u Apex Ii |


Yoa'il thrill si the. die.

\ DR. R. S. AKERS ** Apes elective Rtff modern.....ton beauty.. U of. 1 FORDOR TOURING SEDAN $1045

quMtlomblT, the most II
I DENTIST bnaiUal ill te/rigeraton,
1 Office Bonn I a. m. to < p. m. '1 Compare USABILITY

I: Sundays to JI I *In hags shelf. area gives I I
I Cleeed Saturdays I you more viable siotsgsapace I
pet wbfc loom

i Free Parking Space ;I Compare FEATURES I i Better see us before you trade

1TII N. W. 18TH ST. MIAMI I *It provides everything you .
PHONE i-sm desire md need to secure us*
molt caavmutace sad d.
i ....d.bl.low-cotl o..riotI.

DK.B.F.STEB1UNS. Compan*Apex PBICB Refrigerators see Preston B. Bird Motor Co.

Registered Optometrist priced: (.quality...C.IODtI ud price lawsCompare I

end you will buy as .
11 TEARS'Practice Homestead Fla. Phone 18
In Homestead $146.00 up I ,
Room 8 and 7
McCrary Arcade EASY TEaMS South Krome Avenue

AI FCE Hours:30: to 10 p. m. I Pioneer AppliancesNot Across from Tag Agency

U2S W. Fla...... Mlaaol. tte.PkeMM I ( Incorporated)
Dr. L'.. ttebblsM, 4see Uis i 11 N.KrasM Phase 41 I

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REDLAND DISTRICT FRUffFESnVALPREMIUMLIST I Bishop Confirms Eleven I Tom Whitehead Pays

(Continue* from Page roar) At Sacred Heart Church Visit to Florida Cit

Bishop Barry came Temmle Whitehead of the t/nilr

TU Entry TM V Grapefruit, Pink _n__ .' 300 JOO Ribbon down from Saint Augustine to States Navy has returned to Vb

I In order 1.0 five fruit exhibitor:: will be per. .. Limes, Persian On," ... 3.W 10 Ribbon administer the sacrament of confirmation ginla after a furlough spent A
milted to UM 4e tee or allays In place erf tegular 0. Limes Rangpur __... >M 2.00 Ribbon to a group of Avon at Florida City; with his mother Mr:
orange or grae&utt belles. TM. Jlewever. I* 10. Taaaerlnaa '__" 300 1X10 Ribbon the Sacred heart Church Tueaday L. :I. 'Walkup. He enlisted 't
11. Lemon _. _.___..__ 1.00 2.00 Ribboa ,
: optional with the exhibitor but. from UM Judging evening The service was attended October and he was selected
IX Tangclos $L00 % JO Ribbon
" standpoint. half and whole boxes will score alike "' '
Cslamondina basket kr Mensigner'Barry honor far Us elbow 'JAWcompletion
, All exhibit la boxes wrist be that grade or better. 13. 4 qt. 1.00 M Ribbon men
of Miami Beach Father Geo.
s. wrapped end packed according to Florida rtandarxL, 14 Kumquats, -qt baaket. 1-:: .80 Ribbon 0'Conner of recruit training o
Enlrle must be made on blanks fumtated by the 15 Ousvaa qt basket w-: : .M Ribbon of Boston rather Joseph Jan. 21 He has taken keen In

Festival.ma.nr.nra U..and the exhibitor will be aa i N.L.gwts.: 1 quart _...___ .1.00 .SO Ribbon tarry, rather Thomas Comber tereat la sports and baa aloealmost
quired to.U( hl*..xirblt proper< *. 17 Papaya _._.._..___ 1.00 M Ribbon and Father Joseph Laftan of Coral twenty; pounds while ii
.... 1$. Bananas Oomrmrdat ... 1.00 .90 Ribbon'
The Judge will not award a pries unison the Cables and Tather Patrick Keogh ....1aIII4.l .
bibit baa decided merit.regard lees of competition. IB. Bananas, Cawndtsh n___. 1M W ''Ribbon of Miami Beach
AO exhibit should be In place by '3 o'clock, 20. Strawberries, 1 quart _,,_ 140 J* Ribbon Those confirmed : Helen
. Monday February 21. 21. Avocados, Unda ___-43BO $1M :XJbbraH were An Irishman recently read Mi
, aASS -VOlPI'Ut1J\L o.OUPU1ftJIft'd Avocados, Taylor LOO J.oe JUaaw Dent. Dorothy 'D..". Ethel Sot- l HortvBaUaha'c appeal JOT norult

__ f 10.BO Do Avocados, Schmidt _'__'n 3.00 tM Ribbon, tile, 1tf..I'Stuard!. JIatalena i to Join the only,and decided tbaha
Second __ . *J>0 KicUbna to this department. will be judged by Dlltstall, Lena Xbonl, Xaonartf might leave a allot 4tiL So *i
> Third "___ 3M the ioUowhtg scale of point: Dent, Wm. Diggle ScbaitlanMiaretta I want to Us local recruiting tiflad
t Exhibit *. anoaist of not leas thn I major and, Standard or ConsMfckd ticking Joseph Conculo and Now I and saw the aeraeant"How
,. 1 minor varieties, shown In commercial --'-. Site JO iwhrta j, man ErnstMr.
I : old Are your awl UII
EXHIBIT Color J* totals
and Mrs. Charley Topplno
. first question asked.
LOT list Tnd 3rd WnltoTmity _. M point
:td 'Oranftea, .-.. $390 $IM Hfbbon .Pieeduut from Blemishes, IS points the sponsors, presented each child I "Sure, an' C1'm thoirty-ona
. 2. Oranges PineappleB.OO S.00 Ribbon .Commercial value __ 10 point with a gift' and alter tha service aorr," disk! Pat *au,.

]. Oranges Temple -00 .200 Ribbon Package 10 points served refreshments an. I "That a pity" geld the tetgumi
4 Oranges, King _. _" SM t: Ribbon Packing _.___ M point "The age limits for the aftny aii

I 5: Grapefruit I Seedless .: 3.00 Ribbon Free Class in Handcraft 1 from II to 28".
.. Onpefrutt, Duncan 3.00 2.00 Ribbon 100 point .
I Then thinking that Pat was like.y

Large Congregations and extends. also a cordial Invitation -''I Die winner was Thomas Shel- May Be Organized Soon to make a pretty good soldier

to the public. don. The other eonteatantwere: he suggested that Pat might be mIa

Expected for Dr.Smart Wednesday night at T30 Dr. Virginia Kelly Katharine Kelly, Miss Mollle Hlckman and Mri taken, and advised him to go out

Smart will speak on "The Italy I Margaret Stillrnan, James Mo- Grace Ashby who are giving free aide and think It over

The enthusiasm ..XBr *sed by Spirit in the Old Testament",; Culiough, Jr. and Warrens Sev- Instruction in rug making and In a few minute Pat was bac

pastors and church members of Thursday ..ht.., "The holy ery Mm Ruth Wigner Mrs. other craft work In the Baptist I again.

the district indicate that Dr. W. Spirit In the New Testament"; Kuril and Carleton Singleton Sunday school bulling have not I Talth, an' It was meself tha

A. Smart, professor of Biblical Friday night on "The Holy Spirit f served aa Judges yet found a permanent location. was mistaken aorr," he said. "$ur>

theology at Emory University, will Today", Thursday morning on,I While the Judges were making Lessons are given dally from 10 II'. afther bein twenty-eight C

peak to large congregation when "Amos, or Religion and Morals": their decision Martha January, till '.10. The work la financed by'am. Its me mother that' thoirty

he holda a four-day Bible conference Friday morning on, "Habakuk or winner of a bronze medal bit the WPA. one."-Amwers.

in Homealeal weak mid Military Power and Spiritual year recited an Edgar: Guest poem .An aiming class may be started

the ..... 1 J. JUdwrta, .....of' Force", and Saturday morning on and the Rev JL M Vivian gave soon. 'WANT ADS PAY

the Homestead Methodist Church. 'Jonah, or Big Cod and a Little reading. ,1
tvtaQ yncrmted ta ttwiiif tax vt' Has". The iMdala an ponbeaed ;ay I.
the district imffeieme ueilud Hot- the Redland District
.d to South Dada. Aaaodatlon. Scttrs Miami .
Thomas Sheldon Wins
"The conference talk will be Ia1j ? .

aaoD-denomlnaUonaV laid Mr.Richards Bronze Medal in Contest DL DEZELL IS MAD

"10 all will enjoy hear .DaYie5e Tkk B. Deiell 70.
,'. Ait lectures by one of the truly The Write the annual W. C. T. West pert I al last winter in3k4- i S0uth 'F1o1'ida'sRoofing'

gnat minds of the TTsuHilind. Dr BL ..w ****** tifanawad *B- lewd. 4W on Wednesday of tatweek I

Smart a man rich tkt.ltso hoar. the taJDUtersof the >a.laa. Dkxtrtrt at Jus) home la Lynn. MaesW;

profound lot Intellect'and wanralou -" we Reid te flea taUlana according to word received %/ Headquarters

< .ly simple In e1 pomo...." llraaw rant Cbareh on T**. :3 friends *.... Ha had been .a

I The pastor urges all members of when six speaker competed for practicing physician of Lyn tor
I 'the Method church to hear him a bronze medal. more than 40 years

Katherine Swbar, served punch end Margaret Maynard, Hn Lee 11

GIRL 'SCOUT NEWS cup cake Lehman and ..Mr SkllL

By Athley Kemp Scribe The hostess next week will be
"Dogs like me. When I walk
"'Tha";regular"nwting of the 'Girl i Barbara Miller. dowa the street dogs follow me

Scouts was held Tuesday at the I II I Present ware: Ardel Parman, They walk up and lick myliands." f

tome of Mrs Frank Skill AH Anna Rhemy, Jenny Hardie, Barbara "Why don't you try eating with

Scouts are supposed to bring their;' Miller Katharine Suber Curlane a knife and folk-dCEx.

note books and handicraft articles Pace, Jane ruche, Margaret
I next Tuesday Dora Scott to planning Stillrnan Ann Mickson. Patty Farmer Fuddlemuch: "Yep; we

a one-pot meal for Saturday, Robinson Vida Clarke Betty Bai have got aU the new tangled

Scouts worked an signalling Virginia Klnner, Charlotte Geroni- was two milking machines"

Older Scouts worked on mo. Melba ''Van Winkle Frances, City Mill: 'How Slate
Rostra badges. Rutland, Athley Kemp Geraldine But tell me do they really give as 85-lb. Surface Roofing

The hostess this week, Mary RleU, Miss Bonnie Wlttkop Mrs. good milk aa the cows''"- Grit
use on an flat or built-up root This ll-lb. roD
LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE or aL CUP> or TAX oiaim- of waterproof roofing Is available In red or green; 2 00

A"H.*UM N. StlNotlM It will cover: 108 square feet Approved by
U time sat Joink Fto- Board of Underwrite Pet roll
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Dated 1110811. P1orWo
110TICa 0' BALI fir TAI Ca'RTIFLCATUs at ;
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"...__ H*. rsN"tle. K. B: LIATRMMAN. ": : : :"'::.with ill I
16 hash aims tu Diems N. Clark CtN81t cower, saboweents m .. -1981. bets by the ... be.... 55-lb. Mica Surface
i-tpp kM flta* With we writime.shat -. Dado Counter HortM ..nfad wad wU We UM klelMM = forH..M.J
oM In ....11_ ..yJo.n CkwAl Cart awl
.... ky CIoa_ isn of UMl
w.ba..n..1 wltad w Bail..l w.. liIoI.... ay J140. nN1fO. I). C. .e
....,..... .. 1If A.Me .t the hietaiMM. Visa UM Mlowine Black Roofing
ta( UM year IIT MM kr UM lk.N ... No, ( I. gal rob. 4. II, ma >Mirlti< MU MaM ta UM Cary
..HU.4 and MM M UM kkriMM kMMr Mrk of ....... saw of rkirM k ..H I
_. M ,l.ilili< kr Ckaptor task ft UMIMT NOTkTI or ILLS OP TAX CMTIFI-;I 1M 4 Mary IS..... a..k. Tfc. .... N ...
Awe ml UM __"'_ saw ..M ... I C-' MM era jufcliiinM ht. martin as Na peat 2.00
Imams asked rMT Mtoto ta UM CJMa- A...Ile.tlathe ass 1 "( INI .M lipmnn Nm too UM mnItM C
W M ...... BUM W rtoriM. tawttlo Nair II b.reb. soma OhM Lomas ca.R M IM1. both Imitative, taciiUlne to
n. LI*, i.:: all a-u w NRU.I I _.. AI. beat 0)144 with as wratasrem. IH4T.M .
wit: e.ralaat 19. T........ 14. Ransil K ...n.aala. ... mn aek.Mrr.tt0d or ....... oil......M witted er lr>M MM will ..
alts" seems teas me ..... The ,,,WI.. UM rear ItST IMM kr UM aut.k. .: old" M "'". khrtMit bidder M UM COM 'Covers 188 square feel, allowing
Iowa too .. who ... ..dr...ra.d..b ..atineemho M'wtwM1 and) add to ke habit kU M, HOUM ,. Mimi. .. ito I4ik tn W INk- for 3-Inch
IMT-1--: mt.I.f'W'.j for Nr ..bas _!>.< kr Chapter I 1BIM of rates. !.... kwlntaf .t UM bow .r Tntok lap throughout
DM rou to | .J MM IMT AM f Ik, ......1.._ was doe ... A. M, .r r MMI '_III... M MM Waterproof and weatl>er.reala"
M uM.r to II141.M. ,1 falkmtmr rt>i4 roll are ta .... CM- MUM MW k. II 410 nuns ant Approved by Board of
SIAM Ut MrtlfloMM taMkor. With >a tr of D.*.. sate al FturfaM. to>vfti noted ., Miami, FIdrtdo. this w ass Underwriter.
MlkMOIMM emitted .* lewd toM Will Uwnkl Let t. Blk to. MOorwu H.t.kM. TM day .e I......... .gat.L .
.. M UM klekMt Bach M UM own. lam to k. MM ass vtkkwMl. kr C.nVMM R. LUATHRRMAN
M.>M In .._ w .. tad day of run*. ..... If M.f 1M1 and HFIM.IIU saw Clark Clrrult r"url.
..... ......1.. M the base at Tn o'eloris for the men tNt to 1IST bock torlniri. lode CxntFClmtt riff" ASPHALT FELTROOFING
A .... or M MM iMTMftor M UM MM ._.1.. to ..... l
'...r toe mashed II 4.6 No.D.1.4 _. I law IS. Bk 1. ---. TM toM4 to MMM cootft JNn FKNNO. nP f y.
.I M Miami. riurid, this OM sik sty ... ."IMMMkr C.'_. Ma Mill ( ..UUMJu. M I 1.1. 4. II. 1NNorm ,
........ .
I of ,. I SI* t: of last and IMIMI.I. taxes for UM ron
K. B. LKATHRMMAN. I IMf to lt .. both lack.-... eiMMiMj to Asphalt felt almost a necessity
CUrt" ChMHOMrt.ICIrratt all a.. or APPLICATION ro* TAI for roof to withstand the vary.
Made COW". nWi'il6 14 II Mk 1, Keats... The taxes We be DRUM t ing climatic condition of South
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Court awl I add am b c iihala If. 11111d n.... Itllf-Art. W IM1 Fib A.S M' Florida. IS-lb
HrKG rsamo. D. cruMkkW roll coven 433g
IttT uwl nuMi.ti UUM for .roam NOTICE' M HMEBT OIVEN ItatM ,
IVk. II. IS M IMS. r IIM to JT/ST. bash ',, m be I ] "'" O. Mamkir. bode t rf SUM udC.nlTW. ft; 30-lb roll coven 118aq.
Sia.fiIxH Casey To. ... N" tUMUM ,.asst, i ft Per IOU
NOTICI 0' SALE : TU CURTIris: .. Blk I, Km: Ino to_ b> k. Inl ew nf A n< A. D IMI kMorfkn.
(Ara.APPl14asaa .,).! ..... ..limit I>T C.nlfl. .<. 100. tSIUW I filed ... is my sad .kM: ..* so.Plk.taz .t
!.l N.. 111Nedh IM- .... (. ..._ _1 ;
i.MMiiit. to> i UM XMTISMto to dead U. kr l t _3. _
.. baby stem ..... a1.ib.e a.Hana.ad .II lIlT bib ........... UMMIlx M ('.rtIt..... weaffe c.. tV f<4-! 2.05
Ma 15.4 whb we .rlt_ n.I N. ...... pa-say a he c..m"l I
.."et the oM tax .rttnoo.. _.... (: > 17. IS. M, Mk 4. Pt"401.*. are .....7o E-:, .,.... to.alt: ''
.' Rh n'i, ,,.4a.anwt smelted. nr 1..1' tam *" >* Ids .. MaP-.d. .10& sd"b I'I11 I'
tseh..} r the p.w ton MN by 'b '::I Il',1 I : : = I, M. to the Cam ..t DM. I
1. advottiwd all add w to51.5.... rMW M Irtt'TtTta- star at rtorkkiMM I Texaco
\ -a' I'. : .add by 4 bl t., I !Kti i rM. N. u .a>ttM w IISTJ4. The assessment 01 .u p.-or under,: Roofing AsphaltFor
,: r: :
? ties w L..Maur..Pw, saw tax .iriUlmt. iiuitkir vttk aN MM ontMlMU bawd KM In Uw tWI >
"IM ......... daw1W met ....... I. the / or IniH toM> will k et..k. Cora.
5k.., .. I : : UN on built-up roof, you can get no finer
M Data Matt at Fl-l. ": 4thkl.kwt kkMtr M DM Cwvt saw mUflMto ...U k> ndar.d
,1gA Log It albs a Coultas'. R14sr.. Part UM red >f Mat ,.. assassins We 1w. t... prw.rty lath.ad asphalt than this, put up in a drum by the famous 25
We Tt. Nave N be saki a.bt.s.al =.......... at 1.ar '..ts abrb Ibw.m wM ... nM to UM M'koM bid.M 6
&W ealilbwa f., lease of 155, all P.p.t0ww4 .I A. .... w am soon amemettme ex as. a. M UM Oven bow.r o* UM first Texas Company. 400-lb per drum.
t 1:":...'. 1ti ebs roam 1914 be 111"1t I may be resolved be weeds ta UM MMk '"f Murk. IMkkk ..
.... ar..a bte 60 awls.tevem named .1 Mama njrS.T'uiti MM ... b UM Ttk M* rf M...., ISM. laden" Beam Seeand FtearSEARS.
t w .a.ttl 1mwh, with au 1 der '1 F.1 war. left 0..... this and Mr *f r>knMrr. III"
taaomed w saw saw be I L L L'AT1IElII"If. B. a tXATHMMAM.
';: .. .:= Cier. ('I......- cloth *t Ctmtt Coon, ROEBUCK AND CO
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Friday.. February 11. 1988 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pate Ni"4tI

I Social Events in South DadeMISS r ': '1

II I' The Calendar NEW MEMBERS Martha and Edwina Close. Miss
Marjorie Redd. Mir MarvbeH
Mrs. Landon Carney, Mr J:. J. h
Feb. U Homestead P.-T. A. Dyal and Mn J. S. Morton will Oibb. Miser' Betty and Jamie JIttdIardI.

marriage ol Mia Ida One M. Williamson 'Of Jet, Okla Mr' me Uagat (.p. m.F be hostesses at a reception which Mines Kathleen and t

Hobson;dauoitgrat Mr. and Mrs. and Mr*. Wax HevW and augfe j eb..Wr Meeting of Towoeend will be held for new members of Louis. ROM, Mb Mary Eleanor:
Robert Leopard Hobson of Home* ten WUbert-.i De AtIUIta art.a0. the clubhouse m I'u" 72, It K thrry Chat, Mte Betty Lou
stead; iruf Ansel Barber Barrow, Me, and Mr* K. Barrow,
aoh of-Mr and' Mr Clyde M: Casey aDd Dr. I S, Wagne-.'*!!, .. U )4MtIpC, at Monday was decided at a business mtetmg lUrrts, Mho v... tile Rev. X: L
Barrow.*wa* soles lnll e
afternoon at > o'clock in the lint Coral Cables; and Mrs. Hosus Barrow -, tl S. WoJ/e. Itebinron, the president, annoaaead Daniel Ornery!: Deartnf Aubrey
Presbyteries Church of Homestead of South- MiamI < .Feb: 1*:,.-Meeting of MinisterialAssociation that the annual election win fce Ctievhlr, Ernest CampbeB. Lefty

tip; the'phlellOl at'relatives and The last of I series of pcenup-: at Shanklin Grove lIeN .n Mar. 1, sad a natnliMrting Jackson, Geo. GrumreH, Tolbert
friends. The service wa read tual parties honoring the bride was Feb. IS Meeting of Gleaner committee composed .* Mrs. AkinsIhetxllse Holding' Roy Powell. Clement

by the Rev. E. L Nelson, pastor of a shower given Feb. I at the Home. at home of Mrs. Dexter Home. Mrs. N.Go Ball cad Mn. tlwsell4 Bparinnm! IteMlni E.J.
.Feb. T9 Meeting of Woman'sChib.of'the Graham end John Hfcctaori.EECrr .
the church. dead Woman,'* Club by Mrs Paul Horton was appoiated.Those .

'Palm and ,bougainvulea beautl.** Reynolds..Mr*. Hunter Harden: and Redland present were: Mrs. Barry
the Mrs; Bruce Ennla. 'eb.18 Annual dinner and & Wolfe Mrs. J. M. Holding Mm. AL TO BE GIVEN
tied- church. The rooms- were decorated with block dance Df Sacred Heart Society I. T. Nixon Mrs Anal* Butler BT EXPEERHTON CLASS )

Before the ceremony Mm. WIl-. red.and white 1'OIIeII. and valentine In clubhouse. Mrs. H. C. Reid Mrs. Shetsliao. Sponsored by the Redland p. !
liam Musselwhlt sang "At Dawn- of W. M. S.
tally card were used Feb. 19 Meeting Mrs. Carney Mr*. Robinson Mrs. T. A., Katherine Fisher Schaffet .
tag" and Stanley Wittkop sang "I In. bunco, Mrs. Joel J. Robinson circle ,Horton Miss Pearl WhiUker and special dam In expression will Jim
LeVI You Truly". Mrs. Julian H. Feb. It Meeting of t.qtonAuxlUal'1
Miss Jennie LobdeU.
won the high core prize and the a recital next Friday evening Feb
Webster played the bridal chorus at Legion hall at 8
from "Lohengrin" .i the processional floating pr.nd Mrs. Hobson, o'clock. I .....-- 18. In RedlaSHi High School to get I
the low score prlie. fund for purchasing stage furniture
and Mendelssohn' Feb. IT Meeting of Dorcas R. D. T. P. V. HAS
march M the .Weddln'l The) hostesses served apple pie Class. WIENER ROAST for the school
cheese and coffee. Costumes are being fashioned
Feb. 17 Visit of O. E. S. grand The Redland District YoungPeople'
The bride was given In -
Those Invited were: Mrs. A. O. of velvet, satin, sequin and otherInte".UnI
I matron to Naranja Chapter. Union had a wiener roast
her lather. Her sister Miss
by Cain, Mrs. Preston B. Bird, Mrs.J. material, and the
Feb. 17 County P.-T. A. rally Monday night at Ed's: Place. Mist
Alice Hobson maid of honor
; was
A. Daugherty, Mn. Frank B. stage 1* to be elaborately decorated
in Bayfront Park MI.ml.t. m. Ellen Vann and E J. Graham were
and Holli Barrow, brother of thebridegroom
Rue, Mn. Mabelle Rue Mn. J. D. with reel flowers on latti.o
Feb. 17 Meeting of Presbyterian in charge of arrangement
was the best man. Redd, Mrs. Fred Redd, Mr T. E.: work.
at home of Mn. Among those present were: Mn.
The bride Avis Mvely In a white I Kirby Mn Floyd Fogle Mrs. F.
I A. W. January, Mill Bonnie Witt-
R. Y. Burr.
alpaca, frock which had an rielUi Mr B. C. Mn.
crepe I Murphy Feb. 18 Meeting of Ad A.vaChaptel' kopp, Mia Idens Cooke MlnGer.ldlne GRAND MATRON COMESTO !
appliqued lace yoke and sleeves,: J. E.: Close loin F. L Mcllwain, of-O. E.: S. Belts Miss Helen Cook, NARANJA' FEB. 17
trim straight line skirt and wideformfitting Mil. Ceo. Barnes, Mr*. H. G. Thur- J
| Feb. 18 Benefit recital by expression Misses Mary and Emily Engel, Naranja Chapter of the O. E S.
belt that tapered to a man Mn. John Graves, Mn. Mus-
I pupils of Katherlne Fisher Mir Ellen parford. Misses Martha will entertain Mn Charlotte B- {
buckle in the back. A shallow.selwhlte. Mrs. Albert Hlnman, Mr*.
I Schaffer In Redland High and Merle January Mia Ann Perry grand worthy matron of
crowned' ride brimmed white' hat J. L. Burton, Mrs. J. W. EnaJiah.Mr. I
\ I School at 8 p. m. Leadley, Mia Llllte May Camp. Florida, on Thursday evening when
was held bell Miss Nellie M.e Martin Mix she pay her official visit to the I
tied beneath the back edge. Her|1 WWe A.W;: Mrs.Frank Eunice Walkker Miss Sybil Che lodge.
other accessories, also, were white I SMJ. b. Mr*.t BARBECUE IS GIVEN FOR

smd green, and her corsage bou-!;H. C. Nichol, W. Desring, PENNSYLVANIA VISITORS
quet wt made of gardenia Mrs Grace McL.nsit Mr*. Joel' Mr. and Mn. John Williams

The maid of honor wore a rock,,jJ. Robinson, .....* Curtis Monroe gave a barbecue on the law of 41wq

of blege alpaca crepe with yoke ,Mrs. J. E.: McClung. Mr*. W. B. their home In Porvenlr Saturday
and scalloped sleeves of lace and Caves, Mn Jas. Tomerlin Mn. evening In honor of John and Oscar FOR VAUrirmrt wr\ Nunnally's

II j four-gore flaring skirt whose W. M. Bradley Mn. Hobson, Mn. Scott of Washington, Pa., who will
raised waistline was given a bod-{Cordon Ivey, Mrs. Dexter Home leave Sunday after a threeweekvisit
"'ietf material tied in front Her large'_ Mrs Laban Bishop, Jr. Other present Included Mr. and
Ulbi tire* hat and her sandals!Mrl. Q. Shoran, Mrs. A. C. Deputy Mrs. K. X. Sealer and Mr. andMrs.

were luggage tan in color and her Mrs. Ruth Scott, Mrs Carl A. C McMillan of Coral TL3
cartage was made of coral gladioli.,I I field, Mrs. Marlow Jacobsen, Mrs.' Cabin Mr. and Mn. Russell Anderson C

The mother of the bride wore i i{T. T. Bowen Mrs. Frederick Ku-, ", Mr. and Mn. H. C. William -
a gown of turquoise blue with feldt, Mrs. C. W. McEwen, Mn and a docen Miami friendsof
fagoted sleeves and stitched panel i,i I'W. T. McConnell. Mrs. Edw.Brookcr. the guest of lIoI.A .-.

trimming. Her accessories were' Jr., Kill Evylee Deflinger dee*.... fishing trip I* plan- Afro,
white and her flowers were sweet,;,I and liar Alice Habson. ned for the visitors tomorrow. Sect see
and asters. I
peas I I -
The bridegroom's mother wore:,,ENTERTAIN FOR VICTORIOUS & P. W. C INVITES PUBLIC hIs .tNtar 2'Alm
a tailored dress of nile green crepe BASKETBALL BOYS TO MEETING O:* FEB. M
with white accessories and sweet II The Homestead Business and C/asS,,, C ireelaD i
Mrs. Theo J. Elder and Mrs.
pea and aster corsage. Professional Women's Club decided -
The bride a popular member of Wm. McMichael gave a spaghetti Monday night to Invite the 'swaysWhitman's

the Junior Woman's Club of Homestead -I supper Friday night at the homeof members of ether civic club and sae,

was born In Homestead and ,i Mrs. McMichael in honor of the all others who are interested to its ,:
was graduated from the Homestead I I I home-coming of the victorious meeting Feb. 21 when County Purchasing .
Homestead basketball team. 50c-$3 pse
High School in 1934. Since 1936 she Agent Wm. D. Joyce will
Bowls of roses decorated the talk -What Our Nation pact
has been employed at the Woods I on Buyi"The
shop table meeting will begin at 8 o'clock
I Those present were: Mr. and The dinner Lips
The bridegroom was born In( pot-luck originally Ks
Cairo. Ga, but has lived in Homestead ': Mrs. Bleler Mr. and Mrs. Mc- planned for this meeting will be
since childhood. Both before Michael Vernon McKay, Martin held in March, but cake and punch
i Bishop, Harvey Rue Pierre Mc-
and after his graduation from will be served during the loan
Daniel, Roy Martin, Charley LIt- hour. '
Homestead High School In 19321/
tle Jack Sullivan, Gene Schcrr
he made an enviable record in The club decided to try and get
athletics. Since his graduation Randolph Cave and William and a public lounge and rest room

he has been employed In the Jack McMichaeL opened Jjcfore the Fruit Festival She# d9C

Homestead Grocery.Immediately begins. t .
after the ceremony, ADR/ENNE ga
the young couple left for a honeymoon OFFICERS: TUESDAYThe slg

In Georgia. When they return Woman' Club of the Red-
they will live in an apartment i!lands will elect officers at its meeting -
In the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Tuesday. Oil
H, Woods on Krome avenue. Plan wilt e made for the _
Out-of-town relative at the I Inc of the Federation.meeting -

wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. W. its clubhouse on Mar. 23. t-I 813ri 1-REX
W* girotb ln/l/llllllllllpjp/

l j 4 ac.W-
fenalne lift

t' ,",'? ,Ask .Us ,About EUGENE Permanents

mist ere ew-.beat Fg ar
Crg ,

I Financing for That Home ,You U4 K'trtisg eta emMMM Owlsdo's-tee VMS.pud due. 50'x'I"

aWi site LM ..t |'-

Want to Build gar we de genies III|.MWtag I" Gale sZoLtiiiig
; I : with Stamina (uttoeiiiaiat "llllllllluljj
LK .* "... your "

I ," : I Mr. he *. mm. ..Miml w
.. t aJul.imt tnt turn

I lag lasa aad.aeck-1 0 ii ,

Brooker Lumber Co. Bush's Barber Shop

BuiUiitff Material of All Kinds I' c Beauty Parlor
Mir Law Brewi. Operatar
I. I Homestead Florida

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'Page Ten THE LEADER- ENTERPRISE i. .nldaJ:1Ftbrf.t ;IlL9e8 .

P.-T. A. Founder's Niece to \YearFounder's Cllday,Mlaaea, of AI ,44Cables! Margaret will be "

I luncheon guest of Mr. and! Mr.

I I Social Events I Dress-at Meeting Tonight C. N.READ Walker THE tomorrow.WANT ADSINA.JT1'

"'How the Ideate of the founder Robinson. will model the gown
I of the National Congress of Parents her aunt wore at the first congressof
and Teachers have developed dur. the association.An .
JUNIOR CLUB TO HOLD ws authorised by the president to I Ing 40 yean" will be the theme Erpi film win be shown.

ELECTION ON MARCH 1 write to the local newspapers to of a symposium conducted by "Big Hearted Herbert a comedy Experienced, dependable
Principal J. A. Rehwlnkel at the by Sophie Kerr and Anna
The Junior Woman' Club of have the matter called to the attention teachers
of the public. Homestead P.-T. A. meeting Uilievenlnf Steeea Richardson ha been selected -
Homestead will elect officers at Its
at I o'clock In the Nova as the play which the association
annual Meeting Mar. 7. Mrs. E Mrs. Annie Butler suggested that
King Cooper School will put on In Marqh. E. B. NOTICEBill
A. Buchanan the president an- the Garden Club do some decorating
Mrs. Grace McLellan Smith a Blackburn of the public speaking
nounced at Monday evening'* work la Palm Cemetery In Na-
litter of Alice McLellan Birney department of the high school will
Mn. James Bird, Mn
meeting who started the association, will direct the play, and the work of
Hunter Harden Mrs. Harold Ox- After Mr*. Ceo. E. Reed had Pack'sStudio
be an honored guest, and Mrs.Smith's selecting the cast will begin atone
ford and Mile Pearl Whitaker wen, given a number of appropriate daughter Mrs. Joel J. *.
appointed to serve as a nominal. reading, the hostesses. Mr*. N.
Ing committee. Q. Ball and Mrs. Joel J. Robinson,
Mrs. Oxford. Mn J. S. Hortonand served refreshments. MIL AND MRS. DUNLOP dinner with dumpling was served.
Mia. Whitaker It was announced ENTERTAIN AT LUNCHEONMr. Those present were: Mrs. Ceo.
The next meeting It was announced of
will be hostesses at the I I will be held at the and Mr. William Dunlop Wright, Mrs. Chandler Mrs. J. E.
.HclalmeeUn, on Feb 21. Florida gave a luncheon complimenting Davis, Milt Leverett and the hos-
ShankUn grove In City on Mill Ella Leverett of Newnan,'
Present besides those meneond tes*. D
were: Mrs. Stanley Wittkop, Feb. 21. Ga. on Tuesday at 12:30 o'clock.

Mr*. W. B. Caves, Jr., Mr L. B. Present beside' those named Min Leverltt It a retired missionary : W. M. 8. CIRCLES MEET
'ttentey, Mn. Bruce EMil, Mrs. were: Mn H. F Potter Mn H. J. of the South Metholat denomination NEXT TUESDAYThe A
Francis Freeman, Mn. Burley Derbyshire, Mn. C. L. Stone, MnGeo who served her churchIn
E. Deuel Mrs Hollister Sage China for forty-one W. M. S. Circles of the Tint
nendy, Mrs. W. M. John, Mrs. R.Kinard yean.
R Mrs. J. D. Perkins Mrs. Mrs. Flora Compton. Mn. W. D. Present were: Mill Leverett Methodist Church of Homestead N
Herbert Turner Mn. T. J. Walker Bishop Mrs. Elberta Bute Mn Mn Maud Chandler, Mr*. Mac-, will hold their meeting Tuesday
Mrs. Augustus Wynn. Mn. Wilbur C. H. Steffani. Mn. J. H. Jay, Mrs. Kenzle Mr. Cunningham and the it the following homes: Circle One
Reed, Miss Alice Hobson and Miss Grace McL. Smith, Mrs. R. a Des host and hostess. it the home of Mn. L. D. Wyman: C
Circle Two at the home of Mn
Ellen Huff. mond. Mrs. Wm. Dunlop Mrs. H. ,
C. Reid, Mrs. W. D. Shetzline. Dr. CHINESE: SOUVENIRS ARE Casper Williams; and Circle Three,
at the home of Mrs. 0. R. Brown.
Irene Shanklin and Mn. Brlckly. I
E.S. WORTHY PATRON Mn. Maud .Chandler who recently
SANDRA.JOYCE WALKER spent three yean In Chin a A. STARTS WORK
Ralph Moon was Installed worthy HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY and her house guest Mill Ella ON ORPHANAGE QUILT N
patron and Mrs. Frank Hausmanwas
Leverett who has retired after The Intermediate G. A. started
Mrs. Edw. McGarrah gave a I la
Installed chaplain of Ad Astra
I I more than forty of service quilt Monday afternoon which
Chapter of the O. E. S. Friday party at her home Saturday afternoon yean G
night Mrs. J. E Davis served In honor of the sixth anniversary as a missionary China exhibited will be sent to the Baptist Orphanage
of her little daughter San Chinese souvenirs at a quilting at Arcadia.
a* the Installing officer Mrs. Bob
Harris as the Installing marshal dra Joyce Walker Outdoor games party given at the home of Mn. The group will meet Feb. 21 at will epen a sUdle la Useea-

and Mrs. Lloyd Dells, a* the installing were played. Sam J. Davis Wednesday. Miss the home of Mary Louise Pierce. It tea*. These pipil Interested .
A white tiered birthday cake Leverett will leave tomorrow for was decided.
organist please write card t* Ml Festal !
decorated In pink and was Saint Augustine for a short visit Those present Melba
green were: Von
Plan for at the
a banquet Log can
Bid*, Miami, FU. ec
Tavern on Feb 23 when the grand served with lee cream and candy. with friend before she return to I Winkle Mable Ruth Pope, Carol
matron Mrs. Charlotte B. Perry The favors also were In pink and her home In Georlga. Walker, Thelma Radford and Mary I Homestead S36M or M.
At noon an old fashioned chicken Louise
green ti1a. Pierce
T y* her official visit to the chapter
were discussed. The little guests Included: Ren-

At the next meeting, Feb. II. It nle Marks, Martha Ann and Jennie

,.\ras announced, a George Washington Lindsay Martha Jane Gault. Maxine -
program will be presented. Walker Raymond Pierce, Allen

'i. The valentine motif was carried Left Bobble Drawdy. David "
out In the refreshment course of Frledrkhs. Billy Hutchinson Hen '... .
wake and punch served by Mrs/'I bie Turner and Sandra Joyce. The
Frank Schneider Mn. Rudolph grown-up guests Included: Mrs.
MatUon, Mn Sam J. Davis and Geo W. Turner Jr.. Mrs. Peter
Mrs Harold Sheffield, and the Johnson Mn Harry Pierce Mrs.
favon were valentine baskets filled T. E. Kirby Mrs. Chas. Grlnuley,
with candy heart I I and Muss Beatrice Grimsley.

Those present wen: Mr. and
Mrs Chas G. Turner, Mr. and LOCAL O. E. S. MEMBERS

,Mrs. W. B. Caves, Mr. and Mrs.L. VISIT OTHER CHAPTERS
A.'Young Mr. and Mrs. Ed... Mrs. Frank Schneider Mines

J. Norman, Mrs. Sheffield, Mn.R. Esther and Helen Uvlngiton and
W. MuIUns Mn Schneider Mrs. Mlu EsteJle Turner attended II
Mattson Mn. W. M. Johns Mr*.meeting I ot the Miami Beach O. E.
Albert Mayhem, Mrs. Henry S. Thursday when the worthy
Brooker Jr. Mrs. J. W. English,'grand' matron, Mrs. Charlotte B. GOING UP!

Mrs. Sam J. Davis, Mrs. Annie Perry made her official visit Mr .
uUer. Mrs. E. L. Lawrence Mrs.'Geo. W. Turner, Jr. visited the t

Dexter Smith, Mrs. Geo. Rawlings,,I Coconut Grove chapter Friday
Mrs. Hausman, Mn Annie Brooker during her official visit th.....
Mrs. Harris, Mr*. Delta, Mrs I IXt I On Monday, Mrs Sam J. Davis,

E. Davta Muses Either andHrlen Mn Ceo. Turner, Jr. Mm Livingston New homes are going up. and so are home'
Livingston Mill MildredSullivan and Ralph Moon attended

and Mr Moon. I]I i the meeting of Biscayne Chapter. standards 1Thanks t ;f1

the South Dad Garden GROVETHEATRE to the low cost of building materials,

Club met at the clubhouse of the

Homesteads Woman Club Monday COCONUT GROVE better home designs-and the FHA Plan] of convenient -

afternoon the president Mrs RJ Maltase Saturday and Bandar )
Shepherd; read "Nature's GreatOutdoors" monthly the
See e I B. m. payments- average familycan I
,. by James B. Walker Shows T and I P. ....) Adra.Ma 23e I
and various memben read short
>article on "The Betterment ot now afford to build-- and. enjoy home com .

.. (Growing Mrs. Harry Things Wolfe" reported that I Meat, Taw*. We*. forts.. our grandfathers never dreamed of! !:tr:

school boys an shooting many ot 'h ",
Feb. 11, I&. '1. If
the most beautiful birds, and she "

I FREDERIC MARCH. CAROLE Now8 the time for you to build the home you ;

Spaghetti i Dinners40c LOMBARD to want.. We'll be glad to explain] how you can pay 1 ;I

:I. -
I "Nothing- Sacred" most of its cost, by the month, out of your income. : j

I Let's talk it over. >4
'111....,. Friday .. 'I
We serve home-made '
1 I Fee. IT. IIr'
Italian bread ..... Bakery I <'j

t' lazzola In connection prop. ; Joe. .pa.1 GEORGE:"DR. ARUSfl SYN"IATu.DAY to,.. W. D. HORNE CO., Inc. 'i

t I Hardware and Building MaterialsFrank
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PALERMO'S FIR It L. Skill, Owner -J i

) Clinton Garage Bfog. I

Florida. City ;, 1 la "Trailing: Trouble"t

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Friday February 11.1938 TAE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Paw Eleven


.....CATB_ No. Ill* cutu..l I: I

Motto* b basses .IM Kurt I. I Your Streamlined '
row .kM nand .U M wrtuo. SATE: First iner1tofl 104 a Un$ subsequent InwrUon

UM to. mlflMtoi tototWr ritk> sN -.eh.past1 5< a lint ,
) Iroto* toM toclWlortW
bald ky an Stato k* o 4.
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..:r.ad saw to IW bananas kUdrr for I l i -
null M pro.U.4 kr Ckntor lot.*, ., ... FOR RENT FOR SALE Baby bed Bprinu
INT AM of UM UnkOoloro mum ... I Home and
foUOTrl, --..* ..! MMM hi tW Cotm.ty .j mattress food condition I
*f Do" MM *f PhrhU, M-o/Ml TOURIST nbln, trailer camp $10. Mr*. J. R. Scott and noon
M IL Wits Id 1 VUta -- weal of Redland school on Core
T..et. inner spring mittnoe Slunk
TW UM to W nM are r Uikr .....
CortiftoM No. Hit .t IMT sad wpm I lin OI'Oft. Wctt Florida City. nut Palm Drive. ,(pf Ii) i
MM toM for tW yet ISM M INT. WtktorlMh
*. Montrnr. to IM M.UM I (pf2*) J
Get It Now FOR SALE Trailer In first clay
II to M, Bib B, M*| VHbTrort. --
TW toM to W said .>. wado.e.4 i condition. Inquire at Leader-
kr OntflMto No. SITS if tnt sot FOR SALE
_too taM for tW OMN IN to ''''. bah Enterprtaeofflce.
...1_..*. MMMUM M IU.T. I 'I I
TnM .. Ilk .. bkarM. Kollott L..d FOR SALE BetUandi rove FOR SALE Grapefruit lilt of
C.. .... TW toM to M MM M ......... I home, variety fruit, a"W'I&II
k* CorUftort. ..... MM W IOU ..* ropr I Pines variety SOc bu. Tangerines
Mud teM der the wow ..., to ItlT, WtkhrlMrra. Under the new FIIA Plan my I ornamental, elect water systems ISo peck. Mrs. Eva Collins,
..... .
NWM4MT to bath shower, chicken
Root S 48 tat ., want KM M foot Lot I I I Uodello. (dIO tl)
Bad HI*. BhjkM." Bib I'". browbeat point bout, garage, vef. Boil. Price'
.Ml IHIgllll .. That nrtal* Seven client will build 12 new houses to \ $5500. By owner, living on prenv :I R. L RED FRYEFS4Jve or ar.:
t- a Seagram Ewe--"I It few ..01.. '
.. Box J ed. Free delivery In city. Phone
Ely Sim Brkheu 9*b War II 1 .. W-IJJ Leader-Enter-
= as 4th i: a per Aw- Saw N ;; cost to each I prtM. (J28U) [, MH. MtEwen: Poultry PIuI \.
Dew. I* Ml.. U a.... W ..... Now Nip $2700 $3000 on a
Ito. of MM M Ml M. for otaM of
a *
....11 UdCELLENT after shaving lotion FOR SALE Tropical plants, Cll-
Ft to P o.a. Mew rm I _.
I*.. M M/... H IM. B for dlitaM of411II small down payment and monthly I for men Hand end fc lotion pus tree and tropical fruit in
fort to a point hi U B. Harbor UMf I
Miami BIMT to NE CW of Trust korof.wrtkot for Udlet. Make It yourself for seek Jungle Grove RdUn4 J

). UMM ... N Tt '*. IS HI*. ... I few cent per pint Material'atU road and Plummer drive.
flea W law wM hart It.. for a 4U.tanot payments like rent therefter. I
., 14* II rt. .. NW Car at Trot drug atoret. Complete Instructions -
.... o..rir 4. ha.a, m 1I' '*. MMl 'I SITUATION WANTED

51 w fr a 4Ya..1 494 u i rt.to I : J5c! coin and name ,,
6 point l. UM N'ly UM of MM M Mkm. GOOD rapid painter SOc hour.
at BIT Cor ..( Tart wrlbn'. .Moan and address of two friend Ad-1 I
's M Dw. M Ml*. If .... R clam MM I dress J. B. Sommert c/o :. | Box X-124 Lender-Enterprxe
I" UM *f SR act m for s dross I
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251 Ft to P.O B. With Raw tahu M IOTt You must pass the FIIA test as I M. McMichla 2110 N. W. Mth

>n ._.... TIM team to kr reed IK .>(. St MUml.on .
lord fcr Conflow/ No. It" .f mi I I WANTED:

one WHIMIH toui raw room I>M to1MT. credit and character. _
both .......,.*, .nmutll..f to to : SALE Fire and burglarproof WANTED Lilting of houses
lAM .,. 111. It Blk. N. Miami Sootk. ..t.. Can be teen at I and apartment for rent Henry
|TM *> W odd sin r U. m4 br American Legion tag
,= agency. Behren & Bcnj. W. Morris N.
/ N*. ITMI *f IM* .rod nim.MM I
) Muu far UM MI im to IMT, bah Inquire of H. K. Obenehaln Krome aver north of 10-ctnt

torhrjlTC, ._....r to ..11.... Florida City. (J2JU) 04. aI8-U
tore; phone ( )
Lot t* Bib H. Miami _It. The loss SEE ME
to k* MM *i* whk.ad kr Ortlfkmw N o.
IMM '"* in* **4 top an Ia ton far the FOR SALE White Japanese Silk I None be b ..ad am ........ by -'G.
M,. IM. to '11'. both taMlwhr. MM... Sao N. HIM of IrM and nvrowoi.
rw to IIWK.Ut chicken Mr. J. R. Scott, 2nd ._ I. 'M mm IN to IMI both <*.
., Ilk n. Maxi '""" ,... torn MUle west of Redland school on 1..../... ... '"'. ._.u.. to ntM.LoM .
to Maid .r* MMm1 kr OrtUMito. I IMS Shah .. Nosy blow rk.tatov ,
MM rf out end npiMm been cop IM Coconut Palm Drive. (pfll) TW toM u W MM ... e.Y.on.d

rem IfM M .U,. both ......1... .*i. a. kr orrtlflMto No. ItM of IM end 10*.
IM to rant to.L.as.talk H. A. CAMERONPhone >MO*eo .._ for tkr r.o.* late to IN*.
17. MU.I ... "... toM* to BOXti Oranges, kMk tarlwix, sin IMT ._1..* to
k* MM sin OTMnMW kr CrrtlflMto ) I grapefruit, tangerines. etc., ... ... /
(UM ., ,.., sad rrciMMto UM for Grove ralm .
TW ton to W MM ... MM
ntr* IM* to IMI. Mtk MelMtoo. _.. OVM>
k* to IMIU.Ut 72 Homestead Bedland Road. kr MftlflMU No ISSN W INS sin row
(. Bib 4*. HIM *....... TW tow I IMMIM MM 'for UM roan Awe to ink '
to k> MM .ro *.M..M< kr c..tiI_ n*. loth IwlMln, and MM *Ue to
ITIM .< |.M n4 rw..ra ton for I Said MI MrtlflviMi imkn with" .I, JMIT.Lou. 1
UM Mm tog to ,,,,. both .........., 1-- __ w ...... Nam will .. 1,.! I to II BUtk II North .....1 BV
.me Std. to trim 1.1Ut MM to tW Mow* kMdrr at tW Court,1 WOOL TW team to W MM on nit nut
(. BIb M. -I Hh t>*>l fled Tk kUM < MOM* .. MUml. a. IW Ilk dor ., rot.I k> MftlftMto No IttrT of ItN MH:| mew
k* MM an .r/w.4 -Crrtlfkcto V .I I IM* kajru.1 IW War of Too I ....sa taxes for UM ran IMS to INt,
1411 of IN* end sepsis toMi, tor .. t .i :.:'aZk A. ., W M ..: Ikiillftor M |W I I kMk l*.lo>hr., sod INT. Mtulloe M
tars INI to IMT. both kMlMTM MMMI.tor for IW yaw >NI to Sal, kotk .........*. time* M Miami. MI IW 141k dor ., rk.PMry 'same -. .....
to IIM mmt IN 04 0.57..Sa.Uno to ItM 11, 1M4. karlM>M. at IW War .( M. baud .1'I. I Ut'If BUM It Nan MlMHlTW Rase.
U*> I. t. t. Bile Tt Wuil .-. T.. .... ..... krronMr w._... TW .'_k A. M, or M men tkorMftor M UMiM der ., I........ IN*. toM to W MM .>* .M.oiorUfloBto .be,
team to M MM or. r.Hi.ii. kr CorttflMto toM to k* MM or irl4i .M* ky Corltflrata may W ammonia to *). aaaro B. B. LCATHCBMAN. )I.. IttM of ItM, end nO.H >_
N*. fine .l ItN red moossu.Ga ... host .* Ittt and | .ni.MUM Dawo M MUMl. FlorMO. shot IW Bob Carlo ClmM Coi t, ton for tW room lt* to ItlS.
WMI in to IMT, book ... br MM roam INI to ,..,. both to.rlumlM day of I.....,. IM DOM CoW, ........ Nib todMlM and '"'. Mnlliit to
aII8..4wame.wela to Httu.Ul MM IN P.O* .u,. uooaotlo to B. B. LBATRIBMAN. Clmlt Cart BM ..,.$.
4 .*4 .. Ilk If Hbwi ..... TW HO..M.Urt Clark CI...... Co-rl ft 1110. Pex5O D. C.1141whbd N IM tat of WV. of SRI( ., :Hof
bum to kr MM ... i.l.n: kr Orrtlfl.MU -M.. PUOOTM. -W.Wrfra.to. TWtaM. 0Mt, nerve ,... "I ... .. II. 1916) Saw% 1Ia.'h:: /. *.
)I.. I7IJI of I'M ..* memento to W MM ..., r.M.M4 kr CarUflailoNo. Cl..... cows SaolBy his St. VMMmm
WM for UM wan in to ....,. beak toIMK land of IM _.-.. taM far JNO. ntNNO, D. C. NOTICE 0' BALK nio TAI CUTIWCATl or bw, TW taM la W ioM art o.U4rar4
*. MomiKinr to IMT.... .... roon Inn to ..... both l..ISaLS **41PM 'P'I0" J.m Ml r... 4, II. IM'. 1 kr orrUflmt No INI of INI
0, .... 1. Rlk II. Miami .out|,. TV tome I* >o4 Inv MO*.UM to ....... .ttoallaa H. I" Now. rovNoriiu UM for tW rr IN*
kr o.M .r* I.dwarf| kr OrrUflnto M. Lot *.., BrraroUo .__... TW NOTICE or BAII or TAX CTBTiri.CATM KMb fc fcrnr rl-* loot A. K. wills. to ''''. both. *..... ... .. IB(|.. (......
ITtM .C IM and ....rrml Uu foe taM to k* MM ... r.Mr.104 ky Cortlfl- I Tract. .kM fUo4 with *M wHux past MU lo. ronlflmtoi fcnlkir Kb MlivkMiMnt
Ue yew |M. to IMT. both iMhMUUIW ..... ants )I.. ants of an I.4 ropraM U Appointive No. HIS I that UM HI MttiriMM kwoltior with all MBlltal or lr.kKl town will, kooM
s _* to Hli.MUM toM far tW ion ItM to IMI, both l.- Nation h barks alma tool CWitor! to4 OF brad loan hKlu- to IW kWlMl kMarr M UM rt
t >iU .. Bib II Miami. (..... TW ,, luolor. 04 ItM ***. INT. Moiitl.. to BortlMt asset, kM fund with *M written i--'i: : k>M kr IM- '.t- Mad. Rome I* If...... oa iw took Mr -.4 '.
Yam to kr odd *r. Mrkkmoo" kr Cortlfl.Mto ... roquon Mat tW Sam MrtlflMlM toMtWrlttii 1 mllMi end MM to IW baked kUorr for I ....,. It**. toi....... .*l IW ,kinir ..I I. '. "
Ma. mi4 of 1MO n4 rwroMnl. ..UU rt to Tt Ilk M, PlMbr TW oil KitoaiMM oMMtod or MVMd UM'iMladto web M rrookM kr Charter JIM of law i/dork > M. at U ..,< _"... UMt
twos far Ikr Sawn in U. .u,. both !. taM to W .. .tdMK4 ky Cortlf Nunn o 1. rerb.d 'M" ."
are tW yror "'. WM kr the Alan in; Air of IM UrUlMMtr, MMM UM flowlitv -* .
.liml.... u M>tn. lo Mil.... MU No. ItlM of IN and rrproMMi I.. advertised and "MM to .... klrKoot kMdor >' VoirlkH ml MUM I lit INS Co.ol DA.4 Nasal 9 We. 'II' kNr
Ul ... Ilk It*. Bananas tH AMHkrn taxes far tW ran in* to Ml. both Inllailva far ro k M pravMod br CWptor IMM ol IHJ. But of nuoM., MwHttuw drv at .. .ary. toss.IL .
TS. taM to W r...M .ra nUoMM kr 0r.ilrtaur Mouitllir to hula of UM IMT Auto of UM ...*..Iat_ wpm 1. 4-1 Block. M North Miami LPATtra.At4. .
No. lUTt *t INT sad Uu 4 sad T. Ilk H. BrlrWU H.mmork tW E k r' ". "i' ,.
npro.nts Monrovia doKriWd not Mtato M IW' UM TW boost to MM m mMm*
toMi tam UM ran in to MT, both In. Unit No ,. TW touo to Maw .... rrt4HM4 .- County ., rwdr. auto of fTortdo. u-oHti borrrUflnu* No IU1 of INS sad men 51.1i Canty ..,..Ia,
... "'.o..t?.e to 111. ky CmrtlflMto No. I4M of IN Ul I* talk II Miami .-....* A_ rromu i.toi for the roan awl .. IM*. CI.II Coin .
UU 4 ..4 I. Ban R 11-""' TIMi and rproirtl taxes for IW Peen tax I TW beam la W row ir rvMor/rad kr rartlflrato SotS lutluolro *.4 IMT. UHMMlM t.. JNO FBNNO I)
UMI to W add rridoM** kr Cm to INt. t>4k InrlMhro' sot! IN .*. INTwmnimlnc No. INT of 1UI arid ropraioaki 1117mLot Apnbli.hod' J... 51 r.M 4. \I, ItielA:37y ;
flats No. Mil of 11 and rrprMrakl' : to .llUt ..11. tai for UM ran mi to IMI, both to.dad. II nark M Worth salami *>.....
team for tho ran lt to IMT, both In.to 1, nit 41. BriaWU. 11._ Unit. .., _U.. to ."II. TW UMB to M MM >r* ........... k> <*rtlfloMo -
i / _...... last.71. No. I. TW tease to W low .... .MoMO Lot M III''". t Mama ._..... Arroo.TW No. ItrtT of lt sea r.'P r.H."
a. RlMrrlrw TW ton to kV ky CottlflMM. )I. I4ITT ., .Ittt end roar! to W MM oro rM.Mid kr .*.. for UM yon IMI to IM. MU M- -mix
add .... UoMo4 kr C.rttfl.... No. IUMof _ate taxes for IW pair in M INT.Wtk I4a.lf/sI. No baled IMI and ropro.arnti ......., and HIT. .......".. to ll..If.
I INS ... MniMl* tons for UM Mantsvi lurhnrw .......u.. lo tin* .l. taM for MM r* n 11 IMI bib lout I Kfark I* Mortk Alluvial 1.1.10. TW
e :=: I"'. both baha.a.UM b Loss I to 4, Ilk 4*. BrirMI HommorV I ro.lu.l ., and ISIS to IMT. .:. ,tMlMlr.
. v... "... 1. TW sam lo k* "mold *r. ".. '(omnoallo.. to 114.14. .1 .
.." If, Ilk O -' .. TW taM to .o.ra< kr I>rtll..... "0. I4T .if IN 1 Lot 64 ... to Sisal' Suburban ,: -
l', W .... .r.* ........... ky CJortI,.... )I.. wad nttaxiim boom for tkr yap in toINT : TW MM* :. W MM or. xldi.ndUflMU by :11I
.1411 ., lots and o.p.awa uuo for Ube bath kMlaolvo, nMMUm to *.lOlI.H. I No. M4I1 of lost and resonant.k .
ran IM to INT bah ...... .., a.Ml Lot *. Sib 4*. Brlekoll HMnwrk U* ( .... for UM ran in to 111, bah lo.iMlra .
*> to IIM. **. )I.. '. The tome be he Sold aNby evbl..d MMMMfmr to Ul.rT.Ul WHO WANTS\ THE
Ul IT. Mk D. au......... TW tan to Cenlfb.a N. 171.. d Iii wad a./ M Blk. I TW 'Pirn., TW taM to j UNUSUAL:
I .. ...... .... t.......*. ky OfttflMto No. _iM tooi for tW yon IttT M ,u,. be low am orldoMod ky MrtlflMU No.TM7I .
14441 M 19211 and Mr.a.tto an" ten w both '.....1.*. _*.... to IM4.Lot of INI and. roproMt taM r w
Peen 19s Ia IU'. bulk ..'. ..,. ._... *. Not 41. BrlrWU MoromoHt tI... '' to ,.... both |MM|... ...
! Iwo to 111.IS. No. I.: TW tarn to W said .ro orMnoodky 1'I. ... -,.. ..0--
Lot I, Ilk U 11-""' TW toM to UnM CorUfMiM' No. I4IT of 11 *.d rop.rooMM .''k. t TW PI_ TW beam!
>r.* xrlMMoil kr Cortlftoito' No. I4MI toMi for tW yMn Irti to INT to W MM oro M nrod ky I
J of 'i: .M t.p. ...Ga box. tam w rasa both .........., samat... to IM (I. I TMT of IMI .0:K 1'upr.iM.t team : Tis true that real often
Is0 IM. tact lad.i..a...,. t lAM t to II. Blk 44. BrfcWII Hommorktl.lt yam IM to INT. Wtk iMlMlra, ._a. opportunities are
N....., No I. TW Issue to k* MM .ro .... bur to ITITI. ,
Lot .. talk U Rim...... TW toM to torM slanted ky Cortlfteto No. HIM of Iwo Lot >* Ilk 9 TW riM TW toM toW overlooked but the alert liCit
.r* WM.H04 kr CorUflr.1 Mo. I4MI and imioMUta tones for IW paw INS I MM .r. ....... .) kr MrttAraM No.TMN 1I I / by .urcttightand
4f INS wed rooroMu tees for tW ran 107. both luaal... at/se! of INI and. terminal taM fat tW
Itt to ,,,,. both I........ annealing .. ::.,., "I oars IM to IN'. hall. toohiMM _..-. courage. Unusual circumstanceImpel
IJ7.Ut UM If to t*. Rib 4*. Brkwn. Instants toe toN154. <
.-... BlMrrknr. 11'._", TW Unit No. ,. TW HIM to k* sold .r. rrt- Los 4* Blk. 5 TW MM* TW taM 1a..1
toM to k* .old are rHihuaW ky Cm If I.MM dead ky CJortII..... ) ItMl of IN MM oro arUaMol kr OMUfkMa N., MWIof this sacrifice of 4-apartment house: at 602
No. I4UI of ISIS ... lomtMMM wad! PMMM bases for tW roan IN to INS i>4 __too toui for IW roan
Wes tam the peen lots Ia 'N7. bout 1. INT both fetter**. ._..... to 1411.4*. IMI M INT. both toelMlo. *. -HM ItSMM. '
.lat.% swa.tis to II MM Ul JT, Ilk I*. BrlrWU movements U.tt i South Krome Avenue. Corner plot 60x1 >.
Iwo t-M to B-M. Bass o- Wages.1 H. I. TW UM to W MM *r* Subleased Lot II "". ( Miami okarW. ,-.,
[- TW team to k* MM *r* rr<4..i.4 ky CrrtlflMto N.. ItMl of Ittt and rop.rMMU TW tM to W raw *ra nUliMi ky ass
+I ky CortlfkaM N. I4M1 of INt 14 raw' aces for UM room, IM to ". Ufl >M No. Mil of 111 sad tm nim
wateamtrwya..ISStosott.6.6 both loch... Mmntlo.r to 114-IS.Uto toM far tW own ItM to ItlT. Samoa to1ohaito
kMlMln, _tl.. to IIMITI. ,I' S .Ml 4, Ilk M. IM AU- Brlak. OJOJOX.UM to ttotl. 1!: Only $1500Try
'- t-M ..d .. ... Blwrrlt Wtotlfh.to > oU rUMMark v... No. 1. TW MM to toMM tM IS Blk. 4 Miami aokarWl AIM* '
'-.. The ...,. Ia be sew an evid..ad oro nlJ.oi.4 ky CarttflMto No. 14141of n. team Ie.. aid am .Noose by row,
Itp N* atlas .. IMt old n*. Ittt and apses toM far IW .own tlfkMto ".. IU44 of Itn and foaroMM.
Nara tarn for tw new IH to IMI. IN* M I"'. both toilojlr MMMMlnr. to bean for UM r..ro 1*. to IttT. book kv,
kotk ...,...... w KM mud INt, _... toil I",*, MMamlw to ....... and duplicate the potential income talne!
tot to till ,* :!:1.:1k M. M Add Brlokoll Boja- Ut U ..... I M,uaJ ._. AOM.TW
Uto II.M to WAS, KlMrrtr wean No. k TW team to W MMoro toM to to MM a..Id....d ky OM.ttftoito .
fro>M. TV team to W MM oro **MnMo irldiMXl kr CJorttf...... No. 14141 of No. tlltn of ISIS *o4 Monsanto'
ky Carttflmto No. I4M4 of IM and par 108 NOW .p..ato tema tam San Nunn tow far IW room IM to ''''. bash to.M SEE
PMO.M toM far tW yoM IM to IMI.JJJ *1 111 to INT WU ....,....*. ....at MMOjMMr/ to M* 4*. IUt
I both:: *.. IN M INT. aas.1.i IIJ4.T4.IMM. II Bib I Ml .>4 -.. Arrl.
I 4 to M III''". M. M Add.. BrkkoHlHiMMiik TW toM to W MM or* iiMmil ky **rUfkM {
Ut .-... Uhn.Hi W.lnfiiiM, TW V*5 .... .. TW toM to W owl No. INS of INI act liuiMuMtM ,
r, teas to k* MM *ro rrlaiMatl ky Cartel.0.0N.aiid109s.dr..a.was. oro via.ii4 ky CaftIf..... No 14MT of for UM yMr two to INt k 'k. to.IMM. II. A. CAMERONor
.. INS Now iiptMiili taJua far IW you MMMMIaa to Ut.M.
for tW you. ItM to INI limb ....-... in to INT bob ....._ _.... to .... M ..... I Twrlftkj alms Mason lot.j .
sd IN oval) IMT, saMMy to (14 IT IMItt.Ul Aa*. TW team to k* wad *r* rMitMlmto >...... by write or wire
Ut *., BloMoMr .._ TW 11. Blk ... lot A..... ........ .... 1TN ., ltd lad _
toM to ko MM sin ......... kr Ortlft.MM Mar* v... No. L TW toM to to oM ASS team for UM room IMI to IWIMTOMM. how
No. IMlt *f Ittt 14 i.pi 00.010 UM orWoMod kr Oarttrkmto.. ItliK of -I omooMln. M 111.U.Ul R. L Forbes New Rochelle N. Y.J.r
lor IW poor IN* to IMI. hats Im-lariro, win rouiooioM toM for IW romro 17 Blk.' M Wart..4 Fork TW toM< .
sad 1M4 04 IMT MMoMta to IMt IT, IMT bah ........., WManilnr U to W MM .t.* wwaa.d kr .rtlftola No I
UlM, BroMM* WotorfroM. TW Saw I" ..alalasm '--.Iow with .11 ttM of IMI": |"4 rron .'*M toM '. r hrl
4.s. tW MM .ro ..I4....4 ky Cartel, .- aahbd r M.a4 boom 041 won IMt '' > IM. buy .' ljioit-I!
MM )I. Uttt of ass M4 r ._ta team our amid a tile h12M4 hbaa.4 at M. Cmd lot to ...'* I

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Part Twelve TEE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, February, 11. 1938 y,'

I ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS 'fl Maxwell Southern ':' ,1,

COUNTY F-T. A. TO HOLD Wakefield Mn. J. B. Gauze,
1* ANNUAL RALLY FTO 17 Mn. Le H. Lehman,, Mn. Robert ,House p :
The annual parent-teacher rally Brown, Mrs. Hiusman and the
:.t day of the Dad County Council Rev. Thos E. Melrose.DEMONSTRATION COFFEE DRESSING :.,
,; of Parent and Teacher win behold
i In Bayfront Park in Miami CLUBS or Relish .
i Thursday evening at I o'clock. HOLD ALL-DAT MEETING lb. \
1 1 1
} Mrs. C. r Parvln, state P.-T. Tailored sewing wa the subjectof Q Large Jar
t president, and Dr Edgar L. 10.1 I an all-day work meeting which "
phet; state director of I the Rsdland and Homestead Home Z7c a 1i iHj'fU'UiI 25c"
will speak, and Junior and senior I Demonstration Club held at theRedland
high school pupil of the county Woman's Club building. .;..A',
wilt furnish musical numbers. Tuesday. Min Ethel: Cooper of Consist Chwbtt 1-
The admission charge ii nominal Miami demonstrated the makingof Knox ft!", WM" 3
tailored collar and lapels, set- taM MlA %.cup Itoih. wtw
tn pocket and bound buttonhole Gelatin I 1' ': wM'::'M Vh "::.'vMill.CNU .t
BACKED HEART DINNER AND Miss Eunice Grady county home milk ,. ...1... .to MU' MM M4 MtWtM tall ''
demonstration agent, also was = ,=...._ the _add tilt
DANCE TO BE HELD TUESDAY 1d11e. Ittt tlwrif ... seek Mill .MMWl If ...,...... I "
; Th Sacred Heart Society met present j Add Mtt. cod 911wir OW odd dissolved cans ,)
Pkg. :
served! : :
Wednesday In Ita clubhouse to! A pot luck luncheon was avow. it* who w MMti. .ln.e h.elas "'; ,
Those present from the Homestead fold. I* Uw chip.." milk ant vmill*. Few MB a nM.f .
make final arrangement for theannual club were Mn. J'reclliuber, ( Mk>o soave.ae.te 4HMili'AM % .MM4 21c '
dinner and block danc i! 19c N tWowii to the .**.. sad time Nw. a wM nth tad) ', ,
Mn. B. F. Collier, Mrs Edward ...
which, ii to be held In the club.' | YMdi a seerl6el.k
Bishop, Mrs. C. AHolI, Mr*
s house Tuesday, t
A. D. Smith, and Mr. R. I. Ed-
Dinner will be served from 11:30: I
a. m. till I p. m. Dancing win ,
Those present from the Redland
tart at 7:30: o'clock and last until P
club were: Mr Seymour Dane,
midnight The music will be
Mrs. Frank W. Stillman, Mrs. A.
3lb. 5S.
furnished by a Miami orchestra.
t tJlU strong.E. Barnes and Mn. H. J. Arm- canBallard's 5 lbs-------- 21c '.:

AT AUXILIARY MEETING Plain Self-rising J !
or qt
Seven Apply for Aid
Mn. VT. O. Stekin of MiamI MEAL OR GRITS
district chairman of the United Available for Blind 5 lb. |)kr. ................ 29c
Thank Offering; spoke at a meeting -
; of the Woman" Auxiliary of Seven person In the district Flour '10 Ib. bag ................ 53c 5 Ibs .. ...._ 19c
i St John'i Episcopal Church at south of Kendall have applied for
the home of Mn. Frank Hiuiraaa the aid recently made available 20 lb. has ................ 98e
on Kings Highway Friday. for the blind. Miss Evelyn Sanders! SAVE THE COUPONS Phillips Delicious
J At the March meeting, it was ,of the UcCrory Arcade welfare!]
> announced, program In connection office report, This aid varies J: PORK & BEANS .,
; with the Lenten study class from fire to thirty dollar
}. will be given. This office, which i is ::from I
t. Vlaitori present were Mn. J. ,( till 12 on Tuesday and Friday,! I Vegetables I' I Fresh Meats I 16 oz. can __ 5c
", F. BoekiiM, president of the Holy ,I II the place where all application
} Cross Auxiliary of Miami, Mra. for old age assistance,WPA. CCC KSflHMMHMOBBJIrish BsijjBiflMmi MMm u ARMOUR'S
Hale and Mr*. Seekin of Miami, and NYA In this district must be Cobbler Cloverbloom
Mrs Newborn AppUng of Jasper, made
Ala., Mn. Gertrude Ournlel and At present Miss Sanders lay, Roll' Big Hominy
Mr*. W. L. Roiamond. Member ,request for commodities can be POTATOES10.ollis. .
1 present included: Mrs. W. J. granted only to families of six er BUTTER Pork
Clarke lout C. II. Baker, Jr. Mrs. more where the head of the family -
Edw. Stfllng. Mr O. J. Hackler, Is not employed by WPA, a w. 19c No. 2Y can..9c
Mra. H. 1:. Schaff, Mr*. Gea. N. 'private employer. lb. ... ._ 36c

21111 AUMOUK'S

J I EONTIAC BUICK DEALERS Leg 0' Lamb .Tomato Giant Cans Juice

per lb. ... 25c

: Used Cars 2 for . __ 15c Lamb:Shoulder: 3 for _. ._ 25c

1935 Chevrolet Tudor; new paint, good rub Large bunchCarrots lb. .. .? .... 15c KELLOGG'S

ber, mechanically perfect, new top, upholstery Corn Flakes

clean .............................................. $330.00 Rib Lamb Chops

I: 1935 Ford Fordor Sedan; new paint,upholstery 2 for .. .. .. .. 15c lb. .. .. n... 29c 2 pkgs. . ._ 15c
clean, good rubber, new top.... $330.00
: 1936 Dodge Coupe; original paint, clean as Nancy Hall
new inside, 4 new tires, new top mechanically Beef Chuck '

excellent .................._................... $553.00 YAMS .
Ib ._. .. ... 23c No. 2% can __ 19c
1935 Chevrolet Tudor; rood paint, good
{ 5 Ibs ...._ 19c
tires, new tag, upholstery clean, mechanically FRESH PORK'Shoulder OVERSEA

perfect .................................... ....$330.00
Roast Kidney Beans
1934 Oldsmobile Sedan; new paint and seat Golden Ripe

covers, runs like a charm, new tag, good can. h" ...._ 9c

tires ...................................................... $365.00 BANANAS3Ibs..l lb. ... .. ... 22c
Premium FlakesIlb.pkg..l6c
: 1935 Dodge 4 Door Sedapaint, clean Sliced Breakfast

inside( runs good, and a.. $137.00 BACON

1932 Studebaker 6 BI'J "-xcellent

transportation, mechanically 155.00 Fresh Tender lb. . .. 35c DRY


Preston B. Bird Motor Company Garden Peas Sausage Fresh Homemade Meat OR BABY LIMAS

So. Krome Ave. Homestead j I 3 Ibs. ..... 25c
it. w I Ib ... ... .... 29c 2lbs. .._..... .15c
Phone 18 Across from tag agency ;

I Long CrispCELERY Local Fresh
DressedFRYERS ea.aColville W1 1014.
oar wssealr+oase1.1townvwl
HARRY'S WELDING SHOP %Iwcam Faa.1tra Unit

PRINCETON FLANPotable stalk ..__.._. 9c e. ;l

., Ib .._. .__ ,35cWS
EI....at AeeSe.e"eWIaa..crlWer BIeob '".' '
Crftrfe Bead, A est... sedate owl VeUsn.Asjteaa Fancy York CookingAPPLES 'to mf_m .

hKMaA_RefsMSae-al.rtg U garage bi ends '
keeataf pearls Mtt >Hfa" Meafasg. eemnrtlag red ,aortas :v.' ..: 1.
lirl ..... Brat ...... fc.t*.fi. 1 .

', EXPERT WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED I S Ibs. for _u..2tW""lIlIlIIlIli1I"II"ililIIUdJlJ"I Jb. un__. 3 25c

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