The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00162
 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 18, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00162
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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,< GAPTOBECUTTO I Hot- Contest in Florida City Election '

I Promised as Candidates Announce I EXHIBITS GO ON VIEW\ FEB. 28 :

" With tome candidate being-officially -Robertson, may be nom- I
nominated ana others unofficially -I inated M candidate tor marshal -I
rumored ai candidate Nominations will also be made
for Florida City public offices. the\for councilman.

3 MILES SOON biennial election, March 14. pro-I The present councilmen besides REDLAND DISTRICT ACTIVITY
mini tS be more hotly contested Mr. Silling and Mr. Robertson are

than any Florida City election II| R. W. Mullins, Lawrence''Becker .

many yearaEdward f A. F. Lelnlnger, B. B. Pullen and -
t Hourly Ferry Schedule Billing, present council Charles Clinton. Historians Pageant and"Days" displays of fruit vegetables. flow.

t Probably In Effect i member who served two term ai| All Florida City voters must reregister for Societiesto era of industrial home and schoolwork
10 I I mayor about twenty yean ago said will the visitors Insight
Within Days this year Mra Myers Is Rive nn -
yesterday. "I am definitely running Be
Into the vast of
I in charge of the new act of registration possibilities
MATECUMBE LINKED I I for mayor. Ha together books In her office on this section
with Mrs. Flora D Myers present Eighth street They are open ORGANIZED"EFFORT Aa teacnttt an'd pupils ..f the
WITH BAHIA HONDA .town clerk and William J. Geron.I
Dade County schools will be ad-
I daily from 10 a m. until 12 noon. TO SHOW RESOURCESFair
limo, town marshal, have been
mitted to the festival free of
Pouring of Hand Rails on nominated by petition. charge Tuesday. Members of the
Long Key Bridge Completes I' A mass meeting at the city hall I Poppies to Be on Sale Here Seen PortrayalOf American Legion and All stales
has been called by Mayor M. SiL
By Auxiliary Saturday Truly Substantial societies trill be guests on Wednesday .
| Concrete for tonight at T:30 when
h i verman Miami BackgroundWhen ,The New England Society
more candidates will be nominat
will have Thursday a* its day.
0 Within the next ten day all "Honor the war dead and aid .
There will' be Rll-lint !
but three miles of the water gaps:ed.The mayor has expressed his the war'a living victims" will be the big tent are In placeat by the Dade a County sponsored Historians .

.' in the Overset Highway will have i willingness to run for reelectionif the Appeal of the American. Legion the municipal diamond baU field on Friday. which Is Pioneer ,I

been bridged and the automobile I he is nominated. It Is rumored Auxiliary on Poppy Day, Saturday next Thursday., elaborate plant Day: The Three Score and Ton
j ferries will operate across it on'that nominate Feb. 11.
the meeting may now being perfected for the Red Club Townsend clubs and the Historians j
an hourly schedule, according to IMri. Joe Doxsee as knottier can The memorial poppies ,made In will be honored. Mrs. '
informttion obtained from a reliable didate for town clerk and that replica of the wild poppies of land District Fruit Festival will Norman Blakely Of 'Miami president ,
source yesterday f Rudolph Mattson, soninlawof France and Belgium which grow be carried out and Improved up- of the Historians will bean '
Conversion of the Channel 1 I' Council President W. F0.. In such profusion on the World I on until the grand opening at
of the
I II noon, Monday. February 28, will, charge pageant I
railroad viaduct Into a highway; War battle fl..IrI.11, be offered
) In addition to the '011("iou* '
j the; district The Dow- reveal a vivid crow-section of
bridge has been completed and throughout '
I that are allot d to I pre.
) spaces
the Channel S viaduct conversion:R.D.LAe.ENDORSIIEALTHUNITT ; t ds4y : the abundant resources of this
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t win be 'lotnpletell"b'9"Tliasday.Pouring ; 1 .h..JI..ldL) II' homemaker! : school and others,
of the hand rails on the, O I comrades, and contributions for a4ic set every phase of We here sixty commercial booths already -
Long Key: bridge Tuesday Will,: ld of the disabled men and dependent will be represented Characteristic have been reserved by national -
complete uie concrete work on families will be receivedin
I a* well as local organizations
the highway from Lower Mated -;COMMISSIONER $I exchange for then), I for advertising and citing
d ciimbe to Bahia Honda. I, Mrs Frank 1 d. Rue of the John REGISTRATION i their products

The ferry slip now located at I I' O Smiley! Port Auxiliary/ will be The Redland' Ui,(net Filut t Festival

; Hog Key will be moved to Bahia 1| An appropriation hi the next i In charge ol Peppy Day here DEPUTIES NAMEDBYCARLHOLMER i Is the only n'urn if showing
Honda and ferries will leave from Dade County budget for a countywide Mayor T. J. Harris of Homestead northern visit" that \11.111\1 ha
i each, side of the three-mile water:: health unit will be urged I baa .issued a proclamation a truly .ubll.lIltl,1, I backRlound

1 gap every hour instead of the: by toe Redland District Improvement calling on aft old eena to buy pop. rather than one of night clubs I and
04 four trip day low maintained I IJ' Association, aeosrding to s, pus and help the Auxiliary in its race tracks,. George Swa". president
: over the/ 12 miles of water between i vote taken Monday night followIng work for the disabled veterans I of the Redland District Im-
Hog Key and No Name Key All voters In Dade County must
a talk by Mrs Cecil T. Barry Continued on Page Four)
Of Miami prominent welfare worker -. \.re-register before they can take I

High Hands; Nine Fast Bouts on part In the primal .ileciionaon Carrtf( ml t\* Redland Wins From
] tlliami Mrs Barry pointed out the need I May S and May 24, ,

Growers Second I:of and st two least nurses one sanitation for the county officer: F.F.ACardinLocalSchool Jr.named. said the here district yesterday registration when he I I I Lake Worth 25. 24

Defeat f SeasonThe outside/ of Miami with clinics in Gym Tonight:officer who will be In charge of I Redland Court
0 which they cart prevent and cure: registration book in their liOn
contagious diseases. She stressed I'' i iNine cincts during the month of pre'j __ =-=

Homestead basket ball team I the importance of educating the I fa.boutal are scheduled I II The n deputy registration- in an exciting acme which required
for the Future Farmers are: Precinct 88.t.. J. Leggett at an overtime period to
lost the feature game of the local public about the Increasing. spread I
taxing card in the Homestead hlr store in Goulds; Precinct 69,/determine the winner the Redland
season by three points Wednesday of lyphiUs and gonorrhea Among I
school gym tonight Mrs Martha Cunningham at her Diamond Backs won over the
night In the Homestead gym to both the white and negro population I
A ree-for-sll at I In which ;home In Silver Palm; Precinct 70, Lake Worth High School five bya
a smooth-working, confident band I of the coUnty She urged I p. rm ,
of MlamjiHigh Stingarees.It that all servant be required to, four boxers will fight at the same,A. W. MVlcker at his store In I score of 2} to 24 at the Redland
" :Princeton Precinct 71, J. W.
time win the ; Tuesday night
obtain health gym
cards before they open program.
wssmhe second loss of the '
'are to work In homes: win be followed By eight It// Campbell at his residence in Red- C. Chambers was the high point
, year gamfTWrlier Cgf*)* Growers in the, who season droppeda to ,In her public health work, Mrs bouts with those winners who :I land; Precinct 72. Mrs. Mildred E.I'I man for,RadloniJ with a score of

those same Stingarees It was Barry reported, she has discovered.not school students receiving prizes,Cave at Uie Chamber of Com- 10 point W Richter, guard for
of American''nerte In Homestead; Precinct 73, the Lake Worth team, led In scor
boxing equipment
(Continued on Page Four) ;
nip A*tuck all the way with but I Athletic Union rules do not permit -I J JI Mrs Flora gt Myers at her home I ling for his team with 11 points,
few points difference in
a score .
the student boxers to receive in The game 'was marred by equent
at any time. The Growers' defense Thief in Jail Kit I | for
t prizes. I With no poll tax required fouling by numbers of both teams,
although rather helter- Recovered Before "voting. there should be a marked
I The line and wore:
skelter at times was so and Competing In bouts tonight wm'l' up
If/ Doctor Misses It be Done Steve Blondo ncrease la the number of voters, 'R>4i l L.ki Ww determined! that three men left Don vs :I VIr Holmer said lam, f e *Ohm f t t
. the game'by the 'foul route. A Charles Conner van Walter Bran-, VIMM tOrtCi. i I UVH.n. I o i l
I H8 Is going to conduct a school
, Dl'NaUle fuSrai'n t 0 f* lrht.r t 6 I |
total of 18 fouls was called against Before Dr. John B. Tower nan; Leslie Cheshire vs Joe e>f Instruction for his deputies to e : <*i.i, n' '
them and only the Inability at the knew that his kit : Fred Steiner vs. Paul'' .e ...but. Y e
physician tI :each them how to ue the new is... s I e o eI ia II s
Miami team to convert their frail had been stolen from his ear last I Vann; Rufus Sullivan vs Ralph!'rotting machines, he said w .a ..\lSealt. r 'I u e
throws kept its margin of victory Friday night. Homestead police I Be vis; Tennessee Kid" Davis vsI tell and )1_. HfmM.o .
.o low had recovered It and arrestedthe I I Walter (Butch) Goldlng. Fred Cluster
McMlchael, usually the sparkplug seers wb slot It. Barker vs Eddie Rasktewi Jl]to[ Tomatoes Kedland FFA Wins $;)

.I of the Growers offense, had While the doctor's ear wa Johnnie Hodges vs Walter :Brod- Grown by Wm. L. Neely For.State. Fair JudgingThe

i a bad night, scoring but 2 points. parked near the railroad. Dallas OWsky.
Stanley Wittkop will erferee Ten perfect tomatoes on one Redland Future Farmer
This, however, was offset somewhat Johns took the bag from It
by McDaniel who seemed to and went (. the sent section to Judged will be E. A. Buchanan,i land. or cluster, were exhibited Chapter fruit and Vegetable judlng -
,. bit his stride after having hard display H to his neighbors One Mason Roberts and Mr Wittkop't ly W. L. Neely and J. W OiUasple team won ..cash prize of five)

luck most of the season. Little, of then reported him I* the police I I II n their packing house here Monday dollars in the Future farmer Day
\ ordinarily Homestead leading and he wa arrested by Patrolman Music Machine Seized Judging contest st the Florida State

.: scorer, was off his gam I Ilermaa Themaa end As Licenses Are Unpaid It was the result of several year's Fair In Tampa, Jart 19, according
.. Schemer and Scott Miami forwards W. IL 8yke They beaus calling experimenting on their farm In to notification received this week .
? played their usual game, Homestead! doctors t* find which Kb music machines were confiscated South Dada Mr. Neely reported The Redland team score In the .
t collecting 21 point between them, _hat lost the kit. Although by the Homestead police nd they expect to find other contest was 510 4 points; the highest -
mostly by working In clot around Dr. Tower had not bees aware Wednesday for non-payment of hands with a* many ** tee toma- score nude by. any team was

.. the basket for short shot and re- that Ms wee tntoJn*. he looked the yearly city license of $9 each. t oe*. Previous to this there 99S.S point W the Apopka, Fia.
bounds but It was Tucker dim- hi his ear and found Jt rone.la They were all taken from the rarely have been found more than team .'
inutive guard firing from outside city eeort. Monday night, negro section by Police Chief O. eve tomatoes on one hand Mr. Billy Campbell Don Lair *f

the free throw circle for a total of Mayer Tern Harris sentenced H Sullivan. and Patrolman B. ODy leely said The men have not ten Romaine composed.. the Rf "
(Continued; on Page Four) Johns to It slay faUaU. tamed the new variety ,et. I land team. .. "

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Pace Two THE LE.\.DER. ENTERPRISE Friday. February 18 1938
LEWIS Vegetable Market Has M' of KMfsfrsaa.fteber SdufJet Vagrancy SentencesFor Father and Son Theme
1 I Cast tn tk*) flirt, readings: and I I
Sharp Drop This Week.I comedy numbers are: James Lee, Cox- Car BoarderrFour II'' Nett Union Meeting"Father

FOR Redlaad diaiijiaFvcgutabte shippers Emma Jane RI... Marilyn Grub!I men fmmd;;; temping In and son" Mil be the
I II I Men LVirginia, Joy'
report general drop In Betty j box ears on the Florida East Coast: theme of the next district meetingof
I I the market tfci.. week. with the'I Lee, Bruce Wagner MarJorie track In Homestead, were sentenced -I the flodlond District Christian,
CONGRESS SEAT exception pl.bean,, price, which''' Fogta Alma Jane Undgren,I to SO day in the county!| Men's Union planned for March
|have rlaeit3 'Mary Eleanor William, Shirley stockade after a hearing before,133 in Legion Hall by a meeting.
'I, Beau are bringing between one Harkneu and Mary Ann Brown.I Sidney L. Kendrick Justice of the i of the board of director, Monday
Lewis Z Moore of Fort Lauderdale and two dollars a hamper L o. b.1 I I Proceed of the recital which ti peace, Wednesday on charge of night
a candidate for congressman Tomato have dropped from $1.BO'sponsored by the Redland Parent-I I vagrancy and trespassing. II I Committee to be In charge of >
from the fourth district, visited. and 1.79. bit week to about 60 Teacher Association will The men. Frank Jackson. R L. (the event will be appointed, March:
Homestead yesterday 'cents a field crate. I II I In buying; new furniture for the ZeiiirH; ; ; iTbaddl; 7, at another meeting of the di.,
Mr. Moor operate. a drug storeIn I Became of the poor market school auditorium stage Allen were arrested by Constable II rectors '
Fort Lauderdale where he has,. growers art picking a minimum] J. M. Scarborough Tuesday Allen I
been I resident since l'll He of torn*toe*. Violinist Vitko to Give was found to be wearing clothing Income Tax Report Aid
was mayor of that city until the Present Indication are that the! Concert HomesteadWalter stolen from the clothesline at the Available Here Feb. 28
i last election when he did not run'potato crop will be about twenty home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thomas. r
for office because of his congressional pEr cent let than was tint reported I
Vitko, a violinist of note A deputy collector of Internal
aspirations. one packer estimate ,and some of his pupils, win pre- GRASS FIRE: EXTINGUISHEDA revenue will be In the city hall la
Mr. Moor said that he will work
sent a concert In Homestead some gras tire at Krome avenue Homestead on Feb. 2t to assist
for a protective tariff for Florida Three Costume Plays I time after Easter under the sponsorship and Avocado drive which threatened taxpayer In the preparation of
fruits and ,etabHI believes
that the" government should In Recital Tonight of the Homestead Methodist the grove of Mrs. W. J. their Income tax return for the
choir and the Monday Music Krome yesterday afternoon was year 1937.
establish a definite policy toward Three Scoctum and
plays Club. extinguished by the combined-
business and labor. His past experience thirteen other number will be Mr. Vttko
: was formerly employed forts of the Homestead fire department
has given him a view of Included a recital to be presented by the National BroadcastingCompany and the Dade County
public question from the angle 01 I at S o'clock tonight In the Red- In New York and 1* now fire fighting equipment after an
the mall town and farm residents, land school auditorium by pupils playing at Hotel Urmey In Miami hour and one-half I
he wld. j jf

i In police court Monday night
Marshall HOWler was fined 129
with the alternative of 20 day
l tn Jail for breaking fixtures in the
'tail after he had been lodged there
for fighting and intoxication.Jack .
Gatlln was given a sentence lea"s '

of $10 or 10 days In Jail on
a charge of reckless driving andy

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offer and the facts stand boldly forth sbocb-smotberlet coiled steel slat lessee Such are the facts and on them you

as these IIli.rlsh.n.ttl"* fir lift actnallf( can well decide "Better buy Buick.

11 Buick is the ONLY car on the market matt the whole ear mart itrtctabla. But they do not end the tale. There

today offering the efficiency of valveBuick !s the only car with the ..ateare two points dealing with fiure'ltill
NOm ALONE in-head straifht-eifht design-moJirittJ *- security of Unisteel Body by Fisher needed to complete the full picture of

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February 18, 1938 THE LEADER-EMlEKPP.ISE Paw. ThNIIIf

SEES JONAH TALE Sister.of P.-T. A. Founder, Now ResidentOf LAW SAYS DEER Health Unit SpeakerTo
To Address Clubwomen

AS FICTION FORPOINTINGJIORAL ,I Homestead, on Anniversary Program SLAIN FOR TICKS I I' Mr Cecil Turner Barry / of
I Miami will speak to representatives -
1! Mrs. Grace McLellan Smith sister of a piano for the school, purchaseof of the Homestead P.-T. Ae
of Alice McLellan Blrney, who a curtain for the auditorium TO BE REPLACEDThere the Homestead Business and Pro.
'founded the Parent-Teacher Association stage establishment of. school fesslonl Women' Club, the Wo-
The difference to approach of held the spotlight in a cafeteria under the sponsorshipof man's Club of Homestead and
the technical student and of the founder's day JII'OIft1II.t the the local P.-T. A. and later I* little cauae for agitation member of other local clubs at a
meeting of the Homestead P.-'"{under tta definite marngement, either over the fencing of cattleor meeting In the clinic room of the
layman to the study of the Bible A. Friday night In Neva KIIIt fitting out of a room for teachers over the slaughtering of wild Neva King Cooper School in
we emphasized I by the Rev. Edgar Cooper School auditorium. I I to rest In, planting of grass and deer to eradicate the fever tick Homestead thin afternoon at I
L. Pennlngton, pastor of the' Principal J. A. Rehwinkel, who tree on the school grounds, purchase Ceo. L. Swan reported on his return o'clock on the need of securing
I |I of oil heelers for cold winter from a meeting of the agricultural Dads local
Holy Cross Episcopal Church Inalf conducted a symposium on "How+I for County a county
'days hi the classrooms end pur- committee of the Florida health unit
the Ideate of the Founders Hare
address before the Redland
Developed During 40 Years" Introduced .i lchs of tbe-MIMe projector now State Chamber of Commerce the All who are interested are invited -
District Lions first of this week.
Club Tuesday night. Mrs. Smith, at present a !In process of completion. to attend
Although material scientist resident of Homestead homeof | Mrs. Mary W. Matthews dill -I Mr. Swan found at the committee ---
down through the year have wiled her mere, Mr. Joel J. Bobln l itrict supervisor ef rune for the meeting that the much dls. Barber Shops Extend
upon evident contradiction in son. Mrs. Smith sketched her 'stale board of health told of the cussed fencing of cattto In other
the Bible to attempt to disproveIt stater's ute and character and her I need for a health unit ta Dade section of the state will automatically Closing Hour to 6:30
in Ita entirety, the speaker (aid, work in getting the P.-T. A. organ County, and at the dole of her take .r* of IwU because ( --
theological students know that ized. At the cleat of her talk. I talk the member present voted the cattlemen are fencingas Effective hut Monday boo bee
there was a period of 1500 years Mrs Robinson stepped up on the I to have the secretary send a resolution fast a* they out economically shops In Homestead extended their
between the Beginning and end of stage an modeled the gown worn to the county commissioners for their own benefit at well is closing hour to 8:30 p. m dolly,
the Bible. during which many by Mrs Birney at the first P.-T. urging that an appropriation be for the public, beoauee they are except Saturday when the usual
change took place In the meaningof A. meeting 40 yean ago I made In the next county budget Importing new kind of cattle late closing time will be observed.
words. Thera was also the for establishment of such a health which cannot be allowed to roam
possibility of mistake in copyingthe The history of the Homestead unit the range at will. | TOWNSEND TO BROADCAST
original words of the blbickl Parent-Teacher Association from was I Pupils cf Mia Eula R y's third I Mr. Swan became convinced! i A series of addresses by Dr.
writer, lie said. traced In the symposium In 1927- grade sang "Little George Wah- .t the meeting that the sportsmen Francis E. Townsend will be radio
Mr, Fennlngton expressed the time of Its reorganization ingtoil" and pupils _from Miss of this section of the state do not eat over station WSN Clearwater
28 to the present by Mrs. C. Ray1 and Mr Thurman' rooms Fla.. beginning February
opinion that the book of Jonah rightly understand the tick eradication
the ....ocrIation'
which la often criticized ai impossible Walker, revitalized' sang. "All About Otorgsj Wash law whereby the wild deer 20 at 11:15: a. m., John D. Wysong,
by these material scientists first president, and by Mrs ington." are to be slaughtered to eradicatethe secretary of the Homestead Town.
S. L. West, another past president.
may have been written aa a fever tick which attack and tend Club.announce*.
fiction story with ill moral comparable Among accomplishments cited BAPTIST REVIVAL SLATED kill cattle. Although the belief
were: purchase and maintenance I
to the uplifting lessons The Rev. Lloyd King, gospel Is that the deer will be slaughtered told the committee about the necessity
taught In other boob of fiction. ,singer and preacher will conduct and not replaced the law for putting teeth in the fruit
Guest- were H N. Fairbanksof Ids, Mich., and Mr. and Mr*. provides that each deer shot will stealing law The committee
Miami Beach,.Fred Tunis, Ken- Charles Swan. 'I', a series of revival services at the be replaced by another one, he passed a resolution recommending
neth Matthew, P L. Fennlngton Next Tuesday night will be Homestead Biptlut Church from said to the board of directors of the
and Zln Hv Baker, Jr, of Miami; ladles night, George Cooper, president ]I April 18 to May I, the Rev. C. N. W. W. Johnston the other representative state chamber that It take measures
George H. Dakln of Grand Rap- announced l I Walker, poster, announces. of the Redland district to strengthen these:law*.



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i. + Four THE T }tNTERPRISE Friday February IS. 1938

THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE J' n1 'LOnIOHICiJJLISil'l t'k'lhM: W. +H; m Italian Restaurant- American ".:i,1'

Published Fridays .t nmcstead. -
Fla.. by the Baulk Dad -.:<;'? 'fJt 'It. ;. '';; ;L 1 -; : Italia Spaghetti Dinners "I''
rabliahlng C*. .....' .,.... ',.' ""',.:'" x- ;..' JOE TORCISEOpp.
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BKN ARCHIE ., ..-'-_ Editor norm'sFAMOUS Depot Fiends Lily e'
MARJORIE: LEACH ARCHERAssociate r' ......' It ,:.
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Entered M mesa Ua man SPONGG MARRETTA Spaghetti Dinners : ''{
matter Marrh .. 1I1S. at the feat 'ON
fflM at Iliuaaetaad.Flarlda,wader
the act ., Mush S. M71.HUB. S'NG sOr 40c J
"Ia I1.M A BAa :.7 ,

T't' I ..: We home-made I',
I RememberI serve

Italian bread Bakery .
renumber the day
!In connection Joe PII&uola :
of my childhood ; .

In a culled cottageI my home, prop. .

rm doming of haunt
In a wildwood.
Near the meadows PALERMO'S .
I toed to roam SPAGHETTI HOUSE ;;

{ O fate when sou pas I Clinton Garage Bldg.

y on Terri ms stoiv balk to that W047 Florida City ,

cottage once more, 1 1 1I
And leave me to reign I
In mi glory I .
With my plaything I G. O. Brewster, 1\1. Do

ill 0\er Ui* floor.FHOM EYE. EAR NOSE AND
-Cresson I. Fillch. i THROAT TREATMENT !

t % S&AlIOeSG I Glasses. FIttecl-I\IrCnr Arcade
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Editor. IArarikr-Enterprise: ITS

Many peMms annually attend 1 GGGS, ARGHATCllJiL Turner's Funeral Home
the ttodl.md. Fruit Festival for the 0 106, )
pl..ur"hl, ox it 'nvnt of erring U-IIR UlBt't.ASCE SERVICE
Dew fruits, plants and flower I + BY THE Lady Attendant

regut li." 1I1.11'.I tfrrs do not em- .. I At I
? Homestead FlaBILL'S
Phone SM-R ,
phwdM thi femurs and encourage i
It flair ull\
I aug*< "t that the custom followed i
h) 11TH' of giving dMCTiptioni I
In plain typewriting be
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copied m",it ixtrniiwjy Our. It was in 1890 that the sponge in ius- business immediately started on a steady
annual fi"1\81! i 1.8 delightful educational
futui try, in the Gulf waters, was started on Increase until of recent rem it has been
HolUator Sag*. i a commercial basis in Florida. It was termed a "Million Dollar Florida Indus STATION
Jrom tead. Feb. 15. 1138. then that one of the early settlers of try."
Tarpon Springs, Mr. John K. Cheyneysent One of the most curious of all the sea 10. Rrome An'.at 4th a. ,

Townsend Club Sends out the first "hooker"* boats. A* creatures that inhabit Florida waters is (Opposite Amerlta- Letters
time went on, many other prominent the SEA HORSE. Like the pipefishes, to
Letter of Condolence Tarpon Springs people became engaged which family they belong, the males take Hal)

In the sponge business, until in 1905, the charge of the eggs which are placed in
Homestead Townsend Club No. first divers were brought in by Mr. an abdominal pouch and remain there un- IS NOW
One approved the following letters i Cheyney and his associates. The sponge til hatched. ,
of condolence on un d ay.
Once again the grim: reaper has All
Open Night
taken from among ui one of our effort to how them our resource, county be asked to appropriate! I
faMtiful member. Mr BeulahR. although there usually la an effortto $15,000 and that the state and federal MIAHGH
Llving>(* the beloved wile give them p_. to the racetrack government be asked to contribute Jut Another Benin Extended
of our brother end member A. R. $9,000 each I (Continued"From Page One) I
Livingston SIster Livingston "Our problem her la one ofsmall In the absence of Mr. Swan. A. tea point that was the downfall of For Your Convenience
wan a conscientious Townsend population and high taxation R. Livingston, vlce-prealdent, pre- the Grower I
worker. n< he knew well the The answer to the problem alded. The program tncludei [ SCOT by period: first quarter
trial and trouble of this material la to get more population. reading by the following atudento 11-11, Miami\ ; half, 11-18 Miami; We Appreciate Tear Fatrenafe
life. She was at all times and The time to talk Florida to of Mia Katharine Fisher Schaeffer. third quarter,"I- Miami I
under every circumstance alvin people I* when they are here," Mr. : Emma J, Reeve, Maralyn I rl'sr..4 >( BMI ft ft prStakes
of her time and talent to the poor Swan aaid "Th_ fair are the I Bethea. Janice Lee Betty Joy .Mae. I' ; e.1 r.ui': :. a I r1II.IaI. AMERICAN GAS
and the needy principal mean of Lee. Min Marjorie Fogle and Mia I 4 I 4111..., a ". i 1LSO.
A devoted Christian roman was to northern visitors detr.thl'j -.. ,1' t-.... e o AND OIL
Alma Jane Lindgrrn
a a I W. a "I sCam.
Sister Kingston To her devoted locate her and "," a.YI.AW 1 versa. a I I I
husband we can only say: Live In a profltablllnnel' and enjoy M. ,-ir I 1 :.
iIII1111111111111111111I1111I11UIIIHIIII11cu! ! II.C. a .I. .
the life she demonstrated while life a* they newer have before" I
In the fk) si so Unit when you come I "'n\e18 vUiton who become !
to the rhir t : that murk the unknown I dtiien of our district not only .)n v_
shore. your hand will be patronise Miami merchant but I e dI5 Ago NEWT G. BALL

filled with deed of cbaril'. the also through them thousand of I I belonging to C. R. Woodbury." "'
golden key that ope* the palace of other visitors are attracted to' "Loreao and Minnie Lee TUItchell NOTARY PCBUC
eternltvIn Florida" g111IIIlll I I! hIIII! !:11i1I1iIIIigglllliillTb. 1 and Mn. Jim Vann have all1.I

While Mr. Swan was expoundIng r_to. 1_ ... .._ ._ II been sick with the mump" Fire Insurance and
|lonely It. .. I lit I be". r""Me .1 1M a..we '
in a. ai apart this angle on the fruit festival, "Congratulation to Mr and MnIoj'
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II 1912.a.
Will, no 'lui n.m thing to love In I Dr. Carl Robinson .
F entered to she 9.ab .-. 114 0- W. J Barton on the 7th Kindred Lines
ins lu.orl. I reeerve pace In one of the tents. .-........ OH IT. IMI. with Mw I__ aary of their wedding Tuesday i
As t a" nleasly drift on a waveless Mr. Swan pointed out that Dr. March 5th."Ralph ." I

. ,,',\, Robinson was attracted to the Mar T.till Moon and family are as N. Kram Are.
Of kntlcu, desolate miaery.Received Redtand District by but year'a fair -"C unclJ met In regular session expected to return to Homestead;,
He became Interested In this section on March 4th with the following 110OITher have been In Key j
that a copy of theeereaoluthma and bought the former Livermore member present: President Joe Welt for some time" |I.
be spread on the records home at Redland road and Burton, E. G. Caret, F. C. Loom, -"An interesting wedding wa*'
of the Ttowaeand Club No. ,Biscayne drive, after aelling the C. W. Little, J. D. Redd. W. aSyke solemnized ,th.. Bigger homeon Dr. Leonard W. Haskin
One. that espy be aent the home horn he had acquired In Miami and Clerk S. E. Livingston" Sunday when Chart Gilbert'and ....."aI.. a ... ....-.
papers and a COPT be sent the I I Shore Dr. Robinson la originally -"Mr, and Mr*. E. B. Cruntzbach Zeoa Bigger were united In rime **4 n.0.4.s J
husband and family of our depart from Vermont. He la Internationally and Mr*. O W. Turner were MI- matrimony by Rev Wm. J. Car-t' GLASSESIts ,1
ed alttter known ami visitors the' M. a. rtn I*. MIMCOMpLrrcLT .
I ; : on Saturday ter. The Uttte daughter of =
A. W. JOXES. with radium and I:1_"M. Shaddock and wife of Chicago bride wa flower girl while one, COIC\RIU&N1': am co TiaMaDE. >tss A
T. D PICHE. :New England purchased five acre of land of her boy acted a* ring bearer"i ,
Cen1fIfttee.FESTIVAL ;

R.D.I.A. B. F

(Continued from Pig One) Optometrist :
Continued hem ]%.. One many dines of then diaraae among rirvccTox. FLA IJ TEAKS'Fractle i
the public achool children. I la Homestead
provnneiit Association and chairman ', The members present voted to Portable Etrle.ed Acetylene WaMlvg ** Cylinder BlIC'.... Room a and TMcCrory
of the feiflvm publicity coma authorise George Swan, prey ClUnoer Leads, Aluminum Castings and undoes ArcadeHours 1
u.., said thta week hi a dl ident to appoint a committee from
cuwiton of the value fetttval association to with Aatonotln Mifk'ne Repairing-Catertnt to gamete In main :
of the co-operate Thursday 7.33 to to p. m. j
to Miami.Thousands. other committee In title commu- bearing pouring and aligned waning, eennecUac.nd pouring SIUV OFFICE "
come down ertn nily working for the,public health[ and borlnr lad cylinder ....1". U3J "'. Flat-lrr. Wt.ral Fla. '
year who cannot find a way of m\ Min Burry etim '' rhaa.t: J-Ius-.nss
InvmttaaUng and locating here,'' ihe the unit will require aSOOO a'I''! EXPERT WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED
tt. 1. W. Stebblaa. '-Ia"Pate
.''I!. 'Tliee I It no orgxnUed ;:year She euggt led that the I


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February 18. THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Page Five

_111', ...rt... train Includes! am atkead et" MW am a year ago, 1
Mrs. Molina, Mss Shepherd and STEADY CLIMB IN and at the current rate of turn I

I The Redland Rattler ..... Hohfer. lover the number of days'supply on
W. H. Sheffield and John Grave SALES FOR BUICK Is pprsurimiately the ".,rave
were named a* delegates. to the as last year."Buick i
Union.Bedtand District Christian Men's DEALERS IN JAN.I dealers are not rxixriencinf -
a used car 'jam', bucm .theceotrary ..I
The booR tar the Master play, bus Reasons: A are moving them at t n
"Jane Eyre", have com and the 1. When Columbus started, hidMnt Health Food Talk Given runt, WldI.r-: : t. A steady better than normal rate \< a S
cast has been selected. All the know where be was going, At Ministerial LunchThe ellrab In both new and used car result our dealers have been able ,
members of the class are coj>p- I When he finished be still l I .ate*, tegtfttf with *merited re* to handle the volume of new car
exalting nicely and under their didn't know what It was all about Redbnd District Ministerial ductkm taa used car stocks, marked, sales on as food If not a "better i
present leadership they expect to X When be got there he dldn',:" Association was entertained at I retail operations of Buick dealers basis than at this Ume last yew. j
make a success: of It. know where he was. luncheon at Shanklin Grove Ins during January according to figures This satisfactory condition with '
4. He did it all on someone e...' I riorlda City Monday.Dr. released today by W. T. Huftader respect to used car stocks: era.bles
At the meeting of the Student money. I Irene Shanklin, the hostess, general tales manager. the Buick dealer to process a *
Council held on Monday It was addressed the group on health Domestic retail deliveries of greater volume of new car bust- 1
decided that foods. Other speakers were the new Buick can during the last 10 ness, situation that is reflected
Roberts' Rules of : {
Order would be adopted to aid FLORIDA CITY Rev. H. K. Miller pastor of a days of the month lumped to J.811 In large percentage of total ,
the progress tf the meetingDon Presbyterian church near Pittsburgh units compared with 1,033 in the automobile sales now being rciti* ,(
lair was appointed parliamentarian CHURCH ELECTS Pa. and Mrs. A. H. Vivien. previous period and 3.492 in the tered by Buick: cars."
Present Dr. A. teat It days of
M. January
were Vivien. a year ago
and aU points of orde will be
Mr. and Mrs. William the executive said.
referred to him. Dunlop the NEW MANAGER ARRIVESHarry i
YEARWnCERS Rev. and Mrs. Harley Core, Rev. At the ume time, Buick dealer
One of the most Important bills I' Schauberger, formerlymanager '
'i T. H. Norton, Rev. and Mrs. Wade throughout the country delivered
discussed was where to place the of MoCrory store at
Ipinckney, Rev. and Mrs. J. J. 10.3J8 used can against 1,149 In
student's character ratings so that Officers and committees for the St. Petersburg, ITa. arrived in J
Richards, Rev. and Mrs E. L. Nel- the previous 10 days and 8,684 In
'they can find their weak traits and Florida City Community Church Homestead this week to become ;
son, Rev. and Mrs. K. T. Brown the corresponding
correct them: before their permanent : were selected at the fourth quarterly period a year I manager of the local McCrory, ,
Rev. C. O. Nelson Total
Rev. and Mrs. ago. uaed car deliveriesduring
record cards are filed. conference Sunday afternoon store Floyd Faille who was
The house discussed the problem with William V. Meredithof George Deuel, their house guest, the month were 24,860 units I manager here for several' >('. Mrs Kenneth Wagner Rev. and aa compared with 23,587 in January
of going to the cafeteria. Acommittee Miami, district superintendent, has been transferred to Nw
,Mrs. C. N. Walker, and Miss ElIza.I of last year. I
of .
consisting Emily presiding.The Smyrna.
Engel Marie Neil), and Charleswas board of trustees includes I beth Senate. "The volume of used car ales Mr. and Mrs. Schaubrrgn md
appointed to form a bill. Roy Chandler Charles Clinton J. The sssodaticn will meet next during the month exceeded that of their daughter, Betty. who li.is
A discussion of order on the H. Simmons W. H. Sheffield and in the Sundy school building of January year ago by nearly 1,100 I enrolled at the Neva King <.\,",per
busses was brought before the W. ... A. Robertson. The boardof the Homestead Baptist Church for' 'can emphasizing the strong position school have taken the .i 1'>.itimiu
house and at the next meeting we stewards consists of H. J. Broek- a pot luck supper with the date Buick dealers have attained)I..on N. W. First o'nul.h"l. ".M
hope to have a definite bill ready ett. Mrs. L. ... Chapman Mrs. tentatively set for March 14 at 7 with respect to used car Inventories. -, vacated by the Fogies
to be presented.The Lucy Clinton Mrs. M. L. Kennedy. p. m. Rev. R .Z. Tyler, pastor of I ." Mr. Hufitader said. "
Mrs. O. G. Hole Mrs. John Rohrer the Trinity Methodist Church of I car stocks are fewer than 3,0001

bunch of petunias for this Mrs. S. S. Shields, W. E. Macom- Miami will speak and musical I wlr.aci
week goes to the altruistic soul ber Mrs. Charles Clinton. Miss numbers will be Included in the I official\ church boards the Pilltora,1 he ,,9
who got so worried about a nice Alice Macomber recording stew program. All members of the and their wives are {

but not so brainy acquaintancewho .tlonal steward; and Mrs. R. W.
wasn't sufficiently Interested Mullins, communion steward.On .
in exams, that she actually I. the finance committee are
forced help on her. Thats what .Mr. Brockett, Mr. Clinton Mrs.
we term the essence of.olllethinaor .Hole. Mrs. J. W. Miller Miss Mac
other (what ws haven't enact omber Mr. Sheffield and Mrs.
ly decided upon). She's the Flora D. Myers auditor. Appointed
kind of a person who will probably on the parsonage committeewere '
graduate go to New York, Mrs. K J. Brockett. Mrs. A FORD PRICEis
and feed the pigeon In Central Kennedy. Mrs. Rohrer, Mrs. Dobbin -
Park. Mrs. Mullins, Mrs. Hole and
Mrs. R. I. Shepherd., The music
Monday was V 'enUII' Day and committee consists of Mrs. Charles a
e somebody else evidently wasnt Clinton Mrs J. S. Doxsee, Mrs.t
In the holldy mood, either: Lloyd Deltz, Mrs. W. H. Sheffield,
I'm feeling bad, Mrs. Miller and Miss Macomber. |
lly stomach aches The religious education group LOW PRICE
I have the shivers Includes Mrs. W. H. Sheffield Mrs.
And the shakes: Lloyd Delta and Mrs. Charles Clinton -
I'm far behindIn .. la charge of church recordsare
steep and rest; Mrs. Shields, Mr. Sheffield,
My ribs are showing i Mrs. Dobbin. Mrs. MuIJins and
'Neath my vest j Mrs. Charles Clinton. On the

But stall I hope pastoral relations and pulpit sup.
You're feeling tine. ply committee are Mr. Sheffield.
And will JIM be Mr. Brockett Mr. Clinton, Ml-, r
My valeWM? ? ? ? Macomber and Mrs. Miller. 'fix

Exchange. nominating committee i i' com- .. re
posed of Miss, Macomber. Mr
From the Hennonite we find a :Kennedy Mr Bro kU. Chi.ilcs:
student is very much like Colum-I Clinton and Mrs Miller. The





More Service' t

from Old Felt Roofs

Henry Ford produced In quantity the Low price fo hand in band with low
old ass roof starts to show Ita epee
WINa if* with eo.4abe1tOe fibre Coating first food low-pric ear, mad* motoring operating coats. The Standard "60," e..

possible for million more people, and pecislly, fives the belt gas mileage all
This tested motena all down. Ford history. Owners' show
brought prices
car report
ols penetrate M oody of the root thoroughly! water. ";
24 later Ford still hold of 22 27 mile You
proofing the felt. The heavy oils fltt any track, forming years can to averages to a fallon. 11>
the The DeLuxe fill the tank and drive all day-
e wear resisting surface which is re-lofofced with genuine low-price principle. new can once

asbestos fibres One gallon covet about 50 square fceW Ford V.8 it priced low. The 30ft, 400 miles, If )'Oulik..

Corey FIbre Cooing to also fine for old rusted "rln Standard Ford V-8 with thrifty "60" Both can have the same mechanical

holed itwtol roots Get our low prices on mis roof renowar. engine, costs even less. And all Ford excellence the same 112-inch 'b"r.price. .

include essential equipment base. Both provide value a* high
-bumpers, spare tire, cigar (ffil f8)) as their prices arel low.Drive them

Telephone 62 Homestead, Fla., lighter,twin horn and other Items. SS SS* and see.There' a dealer near you




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B .,.l Paw Six THE LEADER.ENTERPR1SE N.componied. Friday, February 18, 1938 :

by Mrtrtfaek Branch Mr. and Mrs. N lIon Ittmardson The boys of the Fairmont (ylr
and Lanler Whitehead who visit II of Worcester, Mas, arrived Va.) American Legion Post
and Mn A. B. Laaghan:I for two-week visit
ed Mr. on Saturday a
discussing the impending mama /;
In and Around and family of Micco, Fla. hera and In --. Mr. and Mrs.
MMMrdson are cousins of Mrs. of a buddy. ;,
I Mr. and Mr*. Them nojral and I Margaret Kennedy. "That's an accomplished gfcj
R. B. Chandler aU of Atlanta,,,''I I Den Is going to marry" observed''.
Homestead guests of Mr. and Mn R. S I Harry Degtor and his brother one of the men. "She can swlr
I Chandler went on a fishing trip I F A. Dealer of FitUburg, Fa, arrived ride dance drive a ear and pili
to the Keys Tuesday night. Tuesday for the winter: a plane; a real all-around glrL J"

"They should get along fine,":j|
Tools left
Mr. and Mn. Thorn Barlow Mr Gordon Ivey and Geo. A. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Mr. and Mn. Earl' Cabkey of replied another. "You know Beaj
of Utica, N. Y.. left Saturday after West left yesterday for Douglas, Tuesday for Fulton N. Y., aftei Tampa were visitor In town on is a good cook"-Ex. .'
visit at the nomi e
several months'
a visit her with Mr. and Mn. Ga. In response to a telegram advising Wedne.d.,.
Albert Singleton them of the critical Illnessof of Mrs. Feola's aunt and uncleMr. I
Mrs. Lydla Corbett, aunt of and Mrs. Joe Tordse. Joseph Rustad suffered broken .,

Mr. and Mn. J. E. Davis have ti Mrs. Ivey and slitef of Mr. Wet Richard Mattson la a guest of nil right. arm last week while workIng -i For w.

guest lor two week Mill Alice Mrs. W T. Atkins who has been brother and iliter-ln-law Mr. and ,
McLellan and Mr*. J. C. Chadwick Mn. Rudolph Mattson, following
visiting her son-in-law and daughter -
oi Nashvllls : Mr.and Mn. A. F. Arthur, for lit discharge Tuesday from the J I
By Athley Kemp, Scribe l
the past two and a half months, Jackson Memorial Hospital whererecently PlumbingInstallations
W. R. Cheshire will retW'lto- left Saturday for her home In he underwent an emergency ----
morrow from St Augustine wherebe ,Lewes, Del operation. The regular meeting of the Girl
ha been In the r. E. C. Rail- I Scout wa held Tuesday at the
way Co. hospital for treatment Mr. and Mr*. Fred B. Sayen of Luke Haley from Georgia Is a home of Mrs. Frank Skill Dora
since Thursday of last week. 'Miami were caller at the homeof guest at the home of his brother Scott planned her one-pot meal
I Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Armstrong I and sliter-ln-law, Mr. and Mr. Each Girl Scout that la coming is
Mr. and.-Mrs. O. B. Parker ex- Sunday. Mr. and Mr*. Alfeld of 'Paul Haley. to bring a knife, fork, spoon, tinplate Repairsand
pect Mr. Parker's brother and .- Key West were recent visitors at tin cup and He and be
ter-ln-law, Mr. and Mr*. W. S.! the Armstrong home. Mr. and Mr*. J. Reed left Tuesday -I there promptly at six on Satur- Septic Tank
Parker of Indian town. to arriveon for a short stay In Miami before day.Dora
Feb. It to spend a week herewith M. M. Owens of Plant City, leaving for the northern partof Scott, Margaret Stlllman
i them. Mr J C. Shelton of grandfather of Mrs. T. B. Gran- the state. and'Vlda Clarke had their fingerprints Constructionand
Pedernal N. M., will arrive Feb. tham, I I. visiting at the Grantham taken The younger girls
I 22 for a two-month visit at the home. Mrs. Orantham's mother,I II I Mr. and Mn.: ::J. Carper and I worked on signalling which they ServiceSEE
Parker home. Mr*. VT. T. Watkins o.f Plant City, daughter arrived on Sunday to have completed from a to z. I II
will return to her home today I spend the season In Florida City I The hostess this week wa Bar- '
Mr. J. W. Bevis of BaicomFl ,I after a one-week visit here. I I ban Miller who served glngersle,'i
*., arrived"Wednesday to visit I II The New Englanders enjoyeda r crackers and candy. The host**
her son-in-law and daughter Mr.I Mr. and Mr*. Carl Steele who picnic at Matheson Hammockon : for next week will be Betty Bailey..
.I and Mr. J. A. Rehwlnkel for a I have been guest of Mrs. Sybella Wednesday.Mr. I Present were: Barbara Miller
week or two. Chandler for the past week will i Kathryn Suber Margaret Still- W. HeBOOTH
I leave today for their home in Detroit and Mr*. Lynn and Mr. and I man Vida Clarke Dora Scott Bet-
I i Mr. and Mr. 11. C. Went and I Mrs. Lee of Alabama have takenan ty Bailey, Marlon Edmund, Jane
ton of Alpha, Ill., visited Mr. and apartment in the Torclse garage, Fuchi, Ann Hlckvon Jenny Har-
I. T. Pearson, L. B. Sommers,
I apartment die, Ardel Parman Patty Robinson
Mri. D. P. Harkneu Tuesday. i
I i and Charles Edward were taken Gurlene Pace Melba Van Winkle
I W. It Heuer visited his ion on a deep-sea fishing trip by: Mr. and Mr*. Culdal and ion r France Rutland Athley Kemp .
Garland Wynn Friday night and have taken an apartment In theJ. Miss Wlttkop and Mrs. Skill.
; John, In Coconut Grove Wedne I
day. On Friday Mr. Heuer en Saturday.Mr. I S. Cave home on South Broadway Opposite F.E.C. Depot ,1
.! .rtalned'Mr. and Mr*. J. C. Telling and Mn Allen McCreadyand I i 1"WANT ADS PAY
of Holland Mich., who are children, Phyllis and Ralph .
pending several month In Coco- and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mc-
Grove. of Blandish, Mich.,I i
nut all
I Cready,
,who have been visiting here with, SOUND AS A DOLLARS) NEAT AS A PIN I..J
;. Mr*. I. p. McLean, who has been Mr. McCready's father and mother -
Offering from an Infected band Mr. and Mn. James McCready, ,.....
since Saturday Is reported to be left Tuesday on their return home.I ar..nrur! ?
recovering.Mr. : ;
I Mill Geraldine Reitz wa returned .Ij

f and Mr*. Floyd Fogle and to her home yesterday from'
ion Floyd Jr., left Tuesday to the Post Graduate hospital when'she :
make their home In New Smyrna.i went for an operation on her
i arm which wa broken some time

I *. Benjamin Wlngnrd and ,ago.
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Mill Edna McDonald of Warren- .w'w .._ -
I villa S. C., will return to their FLORIDA CITY
home Sunday after visiting herewith Mr. 4f. W. S,....". f"".."" ,,...., IN A1WV1
Mr. and Mr. J. D. Redd Mr. 1'......'"..,..-...,..............,...,....-
t and Mn. Fred Redd and other Mr and Mn. R. Worley visited
relative tine Thursday of last I from Thursday till Sunday In
week. Hawthorne, Da., and were ac-

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I We carry in stock all of the materials listed below -

r I for the mixing of dusts and sprays. ONLY BY PONTIAC DEALERS

We have here now an electric dust mixer and we 1933 Chevrolet Tudor; new paint, 1931 Oldsmobile Sedan : new paint

good rubber, mechanically perfect, and scat coders, runs:: like a charm,

; will be very glad to figure with you on any dust new tag, upholstery clean ........$330.00: new tag, good tires ...._.......... $3G: .03

mixture that you may want. 1933: Pcdg-e Door Sedan; new 1933 Ford. Fordor Sedan; new paint, J'
; clean inside:! runs gocd, and a bargain -

f Arsenate Lead Mcnohrdrated CopperSn'phtr tiphditery deaD, good robber, new ..... ......_......... ................... $137.00
tag .............................................. 330.00 .
Calcium Aneitate 1D32:> Studebaker 6 Rtougham; excellent -
Paris CreeitBluetione bNlb"UJII.
1085 Chevrolet! Tudor; good paint, transportation, mechanicallygood

Basle Copper Tobacco Aelhalfod Dost Dust good tires, new tag upholstery clean, ................?.......................... $155.00

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f- Social g MiMWHiVMslMMiViViVMiWMi Events in South Dade i. m.J II



marriage of Virgil D. Lyon Lyon of Homestead. tained last night at a dinner for Hannah Spiro Asher head of The next meeting, It wa announced
Of Homestead wad Miss Ella May: The bride I* a daughter of Mrs.I H. L Cook on his birthday alUllvena7. the music department of the University will be held Mar. 14 at +
:Ward of Miami took place Satur- R. E.!: Ward Of Klngstret, S. C. A three-tiered birthdaycake of Miami was the guest the home of Mn. Howard John
day afternoon at 3:30: o'clock on She wa born In Klngstree and encircled with a wreath of: artist. of the Monday Music Clubat son. Mrs. H. Collier will be the
the lawn of the home of Mr. and was graduated from Klngstree fern and vari-colortd sweet a meeting held Monday afternoon assistant hostes
Mil. Stanley C. Myers of Miami, High School After the had attended I was uaed u a centerpiece.The pea at the home of Mrs. H, S. Those present were: Mrs Jo, .
old friend of the bride. The ceremony the University of South Wolfe when Mn. Ceo. M. Elder, Mr. J. Tom Vann Mn. G.
Carolina at Columbia S. C. for guest list Included: Mr. and Frick and Mr. Wolfe hostesses L
wa performed by the Rev. were -, Gault, Mrs. S. L. West, Mrs.
Ceo. E. Deuel of Redland In the two year the wa graduated from Mrs. J. J Cllngmaa and Harry Mr*. Asher talked on Collier, Mn. C. Hagler Rice, Mrs.
presence of relative of the bride.. the Roper training school: for Olngman, all of Huntsville, N. C. romantic and classical music In T. J. FaUlt Mr. H. K. Foulk, Mr*.
1',. and Mn. R. T. Holbrook of
In Charleston and relation to modern and ultramodern ,
groom and friend nurses Geo. N. Wakefield. Mr*. LewisBrandenburg
Winston Salem, N. c., Mr. and Mrs.W. .
The bride wore a white wool did post graduate work at the music and played selections .) Mrs. Sam J. Davis,
crepe ensemble with royal;: blue John Hopkins hospital In Baltimore J. Clark Min Ellen Huff, William from the works of Mendelssohn Mn. Win. Muaxelwhlte M.... W.
accessories, and sweet pea corsage.Mr for two yean. Later she Clark Jr. and Dickie Huff. Beethoven, Chopin Liszt M. John, Mr*. WUlard Flfleld,
*. C. C. Hose of Miami, the worked with Dr. John MitchellIn g> Harden and Schubert to illustrateher Mrs. Carl Wagner Mrs. Frank
bride' attendant, wore a blue ear Jacksonville, and came to WOMAN'S CLUB TO HONOR talk. ,Hauaman Mrs. J. R. Rutland, Mn,
emblt with white accessories. Miami four ;yean ago to do pri- ITS NEW MEMBERS Mrs. Lee H. Lehman was admitted Lonnle L Hood, Mr*. W. M. Mills,
After the wedding an Informal vate nursing. The Woman' Club of Homestead to membership In the club. Mn. B. E.: Gatlin Mn. Frank
reception was held in the Myen The bridegroom I II a eon of Mr. will give a reception for The dining room of the house Webb Mrs. Johnson, Mr*. Leh..
home. In the taper-lighted dinIng and Mn. H. M. Lyon of Longview new member Tuesday afternoonat like the living room was decorated man, Miss Rebecca Fisher
room a three-tier wedding and a member of the Lyon Brothers 3 o'clock in 1U clubhouse. with red and white sweet pea in the hostesses and the following r
take was topped by a miniature quartet which has won loinsfor I valentine colon, and a tiny bou- out-of-towa guest: Mn.
bride and groom and encircledby I the-Rdlan4;; District by broadcasts The Calendar :quet of sweet pea was placed on Fred Holt of Boston, Mn. H. B. M

a wreath of kumquats and at various times and by .. ,each plate when refreshmentswere Sander of Charleston, Mrs. Cora a
foliage held the place of honor.The continuous performances it the served. The refreshment Meredith of Miami, Mia Nell
cake was served with punch. ,Century of Progress Exposition in Feb. 18 Meeting of Ad Astral I count consisted of heart-shaped Pinkerton of Nashville and Mrs.
Present besides the bridal party Chicago. He was born In St. John' Chapter of O. E. S. I sandwiches, cake and punch. I Aaher.
Feb. 18 Benefit recital by expression -
were: Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kopelo- Mich., and was graduated from
tvitz Mr. and Mrs. Hilliard Cleln Stanton High School in Stanton,I pupils of Katherine Fisher I CHILI srrrcR SERVED I GRADE MOTHERS SERVE!: -
Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Rosenthal Mr. Mich., and came with his familyto Schaffer In Redland High TO FLORIDA CITY MENThe CHICKEN DINNER SATURDAY
find Mn. C. C. Hose and daughter Homestead In 1919. He did con- School 8 p. m. Men's Bible Class of the The grade mothen of Mra Virginia -
Jean, Mr. and Mri Schelnberg. tract work up until two yean ago Feb. 18 Redland Aid benefit I Community Churctrof Florida City Edwards' room, Mn. It J
Dr. and Mri. Max Pepper, Mr. and when he became the local representative luncheon at Brewer home from 1 1 1 lad its monthly get-together at Kavney Mr. X, L. Strickland d
,Mr Percy Manley and aon Percy, I of the Naturol Gas Com- till 4 o'clock. ,he Sunday school: building Tuesday I and Mrs. Walter House, will givea '
Feb. 19 Grade moth.I'II'chicken
.Jr., and Miss Emma Dee Edwards, pany. I evening. A chill supper was chicken dinner Saturday, Feb.
all of Miami and Coral Gables; Mr. and Mrs. Lyon: are residing dinner In I. O. 0. F terved. 19, In the building formerly occupied -

and Mi* Deuel Miss Bather Livingston -I In the McMichael garage apartment building.Fob.. Those present were: The Rev. by the telephone company.
and Irving and Donald at 113 N. W. First street. 21 Meeting of Homestead C.: G. Nelson, J. R. Graves, teacher The noon meal will be served
B. P. W. C. at 8p.m
of t the class J. B. Cohernour from 11 to 1 o'clock and the even. A
GRADE MOTHERS WILL GIVE Feb. 21 Meeting of Garden Lloyd
MRS. Ing meal, from 8 to 8 o'clock.
Deitz: p'The
Harry Dealer, Harold Sheffield
Mrs. J. Shell Horton entertained -I I A benefit bridge and bunco party: Feb. 21 Social meeting of Roy Neill, Chas. Clinton, Tom dinner I* being given to
::Cohernour, Edward get fund for the schoolroom 11,0;
Wednesday at two tablet of will be given on Wednesday Feb. Junior Woman' Club of Home : Bishop Roy
bridge for Mr. and Mr*. Carl Steeleof 23 at the Woman' Club buildingfor stead. numbers: Tom Royal, R. B. brary.
Detroit, who art guest of Mn..Sybella the library of Mn. H. G. Thur- Feb. 21 Dramatic program of Chamber: and J. C. Cohernour. ,
Chandler a sister of Mr. man' room by the P.-T. A. grade, Mn. Fisher Schaffer class sponsored The Senior Young People's de. .;
,Steelt. Mn. Chandler won the mothers of the r Paul by Senior Young People's Mn. Harry D. Wolfe, Mrs. partment of the Methodist church
feign score prize. Reynolds, Mrs i..ra.I. J! Class at Homestead Methodist 3. Capllnger and Mn. Flora E.I is sponsoring a dramatic program a
Those present were: Mrs. Lan- and Mn. Russell Home. A high I Church. t on were appointed as a suspension I'which will be put on by Katherine
don Carney, Mn. Given Victor, score prize a low score prize anda Feb. 23 Meeting of Redland committee for the LibertyRebekah Fisher Schaffer Monday eveningat j
Mrs. Chandler, Miss June Rhodes cut prize will be given for bridge, Woman's Club of the Rcdland at Lodge at its meeting Mon- the Homestead Methodist
of Detroit, Ben Pulley, Mr. andSirs. and a high, low and floating prize 7:30 p. In. lay night Church.
Steele and the hostess. will be given for bunco. Feb. 23 Meeting of Teachen'
After the card games a cakewalk Club at home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.N. y
MISS HELEN PARKER IS will be conducted and homemade I. Wakefield.
HONORED. ON BIRTHDAY I cakes will be given as Feb. 23 Benefit bridge and February 21st Through 26th
Mill Louise Barnes was hostels prizes. bunco party at Woman's Club
at a surprise party given in Refreshment will be served. I building.Feb. .
honor of the sixteenth birthday: 23 Official visit of O. X.!:
of Miss Helen Parker daughter Home with Mn. S. L West and S. worthy grand matron to Ad
the Rev. and Mn. W. J. Parker of Mrs. Home u hostesses. Mn. Astra Chapter of O. E. S. illy ARE YOU TOO LATE ..
flomeitead. West led the devotional. Mrs. Feb. 23 Reception for new
After series of games had been Home gave a reading. A valen. members of Woman' Club of l for an appointment
played a refreshment count of tint program with Mr*. Harry Homestead.Feb. .
cake and punch was aerved. The Cooper in charge wa given by 24 Quilting bee of Red. with Miss
White birthday cake was decoratedIn Mn. W. B. Caves, Jr., Mrs. Dexter land Ladles' Aid at Redland Community .,
pink and blue. Horne and Mr. Cooper. Miss Virginia I Church. \ Terrice BradyNot
Those present were: Mn. Jimmy Walker played several selections Feb. 28- Meeting of Young Ma
Brothers and Billy and Harry I I on her accordion.The trons' Circle at home of Mn. A. M.
Brothers of Miami Miss Wave) hostesses served Individual '
yeti! But you will be unless yea make
Horton, Misses Mildred and Mar- cherry;: pies, topped with whipped an appointment BOW. Ever since the new
karet Field, Miss Barbara cream. and coffee. Logan.GROVE of Mua (Cara Rome Specialises name)'* .
Mini Parker, Jack Others present were: Mrs. Alvin i visit flashed around town our teluplioa has
:Willard Barnes and the Burk"j I Campbell, Mrs. Gordon Ivey Mn. : been bumming with calls for appointments. \\

Claude Campbell, Mn. Alec La-I Naturally no modem woman want to miss
WM. D. JOYCE TO nler, Mn. J. W. Tyner, Mrs. Albert THEATRE such an ofnortunlty to attain tha. Mtartn**
HOMESTEAD a P. W, C 'I Bussey and Mn. Elmer Boat- COCONUT GROVE and beauty demanded by tods,'* fashion
The public Is Invited'to attend Matinee Saturday and Sunday
I wrlght. Miss (Cara Nome Specialist's name), Care
the meeting of the Homestead tOo to I p. m.Shows /
Nome Specialist comes her at our expense, V
Business and Profession Women'sClub I! I 7 and t P. m. Adm. Me I to demonstrate creations of Laagtols. ,
Monday evening at 8 o'clock II world-famous beauty; authority.
When County Purchasing Agent, I I
William D. Joyce will speak on I II Sanday. Monday Tuesday i Without charge or obligation site. will glue
you a 4C-rainuta consultation, Includlq a
)oval aspects of the club's toplo lot I s I Feb. tO, tl 13 I Cars Nome facial a skin analysis, and a 0
the month, "What We Buy and' Blorifyinf make-up and will outline year \
Pit In the United States". BEN BERNIE WALTER WIN- I daily complexion car. fI
e 'give Jl
; Mrs. J. E. Oauzen has charge I I I CIIELL, SIMON BIMONE Kemembert Only 10 consultations {
Of the program and Mn. C. Hag- the genuine In I can b* given daily-9 A.M. to 4:43
jfer Rice is arranging. for musical j tM Make your appointment aw.
: EUGENE Permanent "Love and Hisses"Wednesday ,
pumbers. !It
CLEANERS CLASS HAS Soft selling wsves-,"-" I "
:VALENTINE PROGRAM gas, taxing ntk_di.(*i dot Thursday "
The Gleaner Class of the Sunday kitti of a pemaimi row wart
school of the First Baptist (!A*! theft lit kM we give Feb. 23. tl I i

Church of Homestead met Tuesday IW we do tnwiiM Euteaeavieg I JOHN BOLES. LULL DC8TE : THE DIXIE DRUG
at the home of Mrs. Dexter With g...ito. EuteMSxfcra.

L* M ".I..,.- your In Homestead, orldaJbw.r1Ci
hale far iht mm, with a.

:TNATUROLGAS. { ,gig West(--1--.11.101 tiaduliiiont and gar 1 "She Married an Artist" i

I Roper Gas Range!' Bush's Barber Shop Friday Feb. tS Saturday, M I j: on all 494OAE

& Parlor tom'ztrit. '
| Efficient in Every Way Beauty JACK HOLT la I

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BIRTHDAY PARTY 19 GIVEN P. Dye, Mn O. L. Showalter. AID TO anvil: BENEFIT

FOR MRS. CHARLES BARNES Circle Three met at the homeof LUNCHEON TODAY

Un Charles Barnes was given Mn..H. L. Brown with Mn. J. E. Mrs. Thomas Brewer will I

!II I I a surprise birthday party Mon- Davis presiding Reports on the hostess at a benefit luncheon fro
Social Evens diy by members of her family at card and pledges of the member 1 tttl 4 o'clock today at her hon

the home of Mrs. M. M. Bigger were made. The hosted. served on Redland road. The luncheon
A throe-tier white cake with cake and punch. Is given to raise funds for Ul

pink candles and other decorations Those present were Mrs. J. A. Ladles' Aid at the Redland Con

wa cut and served with McNeil, Mrs. Mable Krieka, Mrs. munlty Church. The public
II punch. Joel J. Robinson, Mr Newt. O. Invited.

SHOWER FOR MRS. EDWARD LITTLEMrs. Thobe present were: Mr and Ball. Mm Nixon, Mr*. Davis, At last week's quilting bee tie

Mrs. Wm Couch, Mn. LaRu Miss Helen Livingston and the by the society, plans for the land

Clifford Campbell gave a Cum, Miss Jewel Campbell, Miss Couch, Mr*. Annie Couch and hostess. eon and for a quilting bee on Fe

miscellaneous shower at her torn Lillian Swllley and Mb Howard. daughter, Clara, Mn Jimmie 24 were made, and Mrs A. 1Vivien

Jut Thursday night for Mrs. Edward I I Gift were received from Mrs. Brother and Mrs. Mary Alice MRS. M. F. WHITE GIVES and Mrs Geo. J:. Deu

Little the former Miss WTO Flits Rufake, Mr L. B. Douberty, Brothers, all of Miami; and Mn. BRIDGE LUNCHEONMrs. read chapter from "Cong

MM Oaaon, i December brld i I I Mr J. V. Free, Mrs. tibia Free, T. E. Kirby, Mrs Wm. Mcllichaet, W. Earl Higgins of Coral Crease. The Rev C. G. Neon
Mrs. J.aCasonsndMJssV.lencU ''Mr*. Arthur Snelgrove Mrs. B. the devotionalA
Mn. Ceo.A. West, Mr. IL R.Rett- Gable won the high score prizeat gave
Howard won prlaes lit contact T. Tyre, Mr*. Pet Morgan, Mrs. mon, Mr*. Ben F. Leif, Mrs Bessie a bridge luncheon given byMrs. covered dish luncheon wa
I B. A. Carter, Mn. X. C. Chrontoter,
feature of the day
I fame Bigger, Mrs. Boatwrlght, Mrs. M. r. White at her home
The guest Included: Mn. Jessie Mr*. Herdte Morse, Mrs. C. W. Lit- i Miller Mrs. M. M. Blggen and Present were: Mr*. T. V. SUT
Thursday for of Miami
/ Greer, Mn. Lillie French. Mr !'tie, Mn. J. H. Dodaon, Mn. Helen Willard Bam a group men, Mn. M. A. Baker, Mr G*
and Homestead friends The second
Cecil Walker, Mn. Herman Hut*. Bowden, Mn. Walter Beck, Mr*. I Turner, Jr, Mrs. H. J. AnnstroniMn.
prize was awarded to Miss Clara
ke, Mn. R. B. Swllley, Mn. R. L. Lee Freed, Mln Kathryn: Cast C. L Stone, Mrs. Holllitc
1 Godwin, Mn: A. J. Campbell, Mn. i Mill Leola Little, Miss Mildred I W. M. B. CIRCLES PLAY Andrews of Miami and the low Sage Mrs. Annie Messenmitt
r 1' FOR score prize, to Mrs. J. S. Horton.
Get Campbell. Mn. L S. Mowry, Sullivan, Mia Eula Campbell, Mill FRUIT FESTIVALfhe Mrs. Deuel, Mrs. Brewer, MnVivien
t Mr W. W. Douberly, Mn. Ora Lucille Driggen Miss Julia Bent W. M. S. Circles of the First Miami guests present were Mrs. and Mr. Nelson.
I' Homer C. Frazier Mrs. Ethel
Frazier M.... Arthur Wilson, Mr*. 'Iy, and Miss Helen Moye. Methodist Church of Homesteadheld ,
their Davis Mrs. Lillian McCready,I
Individual meetings for HOMESTEAD STARS" ATTEN
winner In the Three I Mn. L L Trumbull, Mrs. Higgins,
TURNER. JR. song was a Feburary on Tuesday, and plans 0. E.. S. AFFAIRS IN MIAMI
HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY Jar canning contest which was for their food booth at the Fruit Mile Virginia A. Edwards and Miss Mn. Bert Branch of Miami, Mr.

Mrs. Herbert Turner gave a I held at Tallahassee. Festival were made. Andrews. The guest from 1 Geo. W. Turner, Jr., and Mia

party for her small ion Herbert, Circle One met at the home of Homestead included: Mrs. J. E. .Helen Livingston attended a meetIng

Jr.. on February 12 the first anniversary GROUP ATTENDS MEETING Mr*. L D. Wyman. Mrs. J. J. McClung, Mn Landon Carney, of the Miami Chapter of th
of his birth. Picture of IN COCONUT GROVE Richards had the Bible study The Mrs. Henry Johnson, Mrs. Horton Eastern Star Friday night wher

the children were taken en the Mn Virginia Walton, Miss Ellen next meeting will be held at the and Miss Pearl Whitaker. the worthy grand matron. Mr

lawn. II' Huff, Miaae Mary Dana and home of Mn LewU Braodenberg LEGION AUXILIARY Charlotte B. Perry, made her of

Little wooden doll were liven Betty Brown and Billy Clark of Those present were: Mrs. A. S. COMPLETES I tidal visit
ai favors to the tiny tots and the Young People's Service League I Moye, Mn T. B. Grantham, Mrs. The American On Saturday Mn Bob Harris
trapeze toys were given to the i of Saint John's Episcopal V T. Watkins, Mn Dan Williams the Legion Auxiliary 'i i Mrs. Turner and Miss Uvlngsto
completed plans for its booth
older children. A two-tiered' Church of Homestead, attended a Mn. O Smith Mr*. J A. Daugher- attended a banquet of the PaMatrons'
white birthday cake bearing inscriptions deanery meeting held at Saint ty. Mr*. W. 11 Souls, Mrs. D. L at the Fruit Festival at its meetIng -I' and Past Patrons' Clu

and decoration In pink Steven' Episcopal Church in Bowen Mrs. L. A. Young Mn Wednesday evening at the at the Biscayne Temple In Mlam;

and green wu served with Ice I Coconut Grove Sunday night whena I A. D. Harden, Mrs. L. S. Harden,: Legion hall. Mrs. Frank Rue Monday, Mn. Frank Schnelde
was appointed to be chairman of
Mrs. Starling Mrs Burner MnBrandcnberg .I II
cream. musical program wa given anda I Mrs. Turner and Miss Llvlngsto
the committee In charge of PoppyDay :
Miss Jennie Lob- of Homestead and Mr WaymCalkin
The little guests were: Jennie and upper was served. I tomorrow. *
Joanne Clarke of Perrlne, Gene I The deanery will meet with the den and the hostess. and Mrs. Branch of Mlam
Those Mrs. Harold
I present were:
Alexander Pant of Fort Lauderdale 'Young People' Service League in Mn. Casper William was hostess I attended the Fort Dallas Chaptci
Sheffield. Mrs. Wm. J.
Judith Keene, Jean Carol Homestead in May. to Circle Two at her home. Geronlmo of O. E. S. meeting Miami when
I Mrs. Jake Brooks Mrs. J. A.
:Mn. J. L. Ballard the devo-
gave the worthy grand matron mad
Dandy, Betty Harden, Jlcanette ,
Smith, Mrs. W. E. Rheney, Mrs.
and Mn. X. A. Rehwinkel
Cooper, Joyce Walker: Mary Hlner :P. L. *. T. CLUB HAS :read the Scriptural reading. Themembers' Lamar Kendrick, Mrs. Edward an official visit
Jackie Caves, Dickie Hurt and SPAGHETTI SUFFER Norman and Miss Ruth Fox
: pledge cards were tak Mr. and Mrs. I*. W. SttUmai
Bobble Clark.
The F. L. & T. Club had a spaghetti Mrs. Frank Rue, Mrs Sheffieldand
map. entertained at luncheon Tuesda;
The grown-up guests Included: at the home of Mr Mrs. Frank Schneider attended
supper I Mn. J. M. Holding Mn. Geo -
Mrs. Mr and Bin.' R. K. Miller and Mil
F. O. Blake of Miami Mr .
Harry D. Wolfe Tuesday night It a meeting of the Dade County
Hanson Mrs.
Casper William and
and Mrs. John Coffee, old friend!
J. B. Hale and Mr*. Marie Rooker
was decided that the club would Council of the American Legion
I Mn. Ballard to
were appointed
I from their former home In Rah
.t Perrlne. Mn. J. G.
Paul of Fort
meet on the second and fourth Auxiliary which wa held at the
up a menu for the W M. S. way, N. J.
Lauderdale, Mitt Beatrice Crlma- Tuesday In the month from now food booth at the Fruit Festival I Coconut Grove Legion Han Tues
ley of Baltimore and Dr. and Mn.
Cake and hot tea were served by
J. A. Smith and Mr Ceo W. on.Mn. ; BKAUTirilL HAND MAO
Jo*. Gay and Mn. Florence the hostess. VIOLINS
Pacettt won In valentine contests The next meeting win be held at I Miss Kathryn Cast and Misses rilk. e ten. MMllnf aid t1.Il. ..
Those present were: Mrs. Flora the home of Mrs1. J. E. Close. :Ethel and Lola Roberts members E..... -IV week ongIse
: CLUB Compton, Mrs Ralph Moon, Mn. Others present were: Mrs. Jason I.f the Oxford Group of Miami, .d "._. nle-v.......
TO GROW NEW BUllIES O. a Radford Mr*. E. S. Capllng- Avery, Mrs. Eddie Hobson Mn attended a house party given for +"

It wan announced at the meet er, Mrs. Blanch Chapman, Mrs. E. S. Capllngcr, Mn Mollie Win- the association at Fort Myers over SAM J.DAVIS
.. .. .
I school
ing of the Redland Home Demonstration Gay, Mn. Pacetti and the hostess gate Mn John Williams, Mrs. J.SALE ,the week-end. I 1ft Seemed oooNoWWWo Risk
Club yesterday that I

Achievement Day would be observed -
at the next meeting, which .JNi"Mrs Susleet.Aaerka's lar) *t*

will take the form of a covered 7 M
dish luncheon at the home of Mn 1li L s i iSI

Seymour Dane March 16.Mr .
*. S A. Carter was electedto rrn

finish the unexpired term of the

council chairman, Mr. E. P. Ll Floater St te."i..il 60 RE.First St =M
worth who has moved to Whit-I ,.:,..RCtt

dale. Mn C. A. Howell

mitted aa a new member.
for the club'i booth at the Fruit

Festival were mad and Miss Eu- Drug Toiletries

nice Grady, county agent of Miami
urged each member to have *5e Sine toe Watkins t

something ready for the exhibitIn Carter's Pills ............ 17c Mulsified Shampoo 39c r rNt1iIng
the booth. Ml** Grady gave 1.20 Slae 6e Tooth Powder

a demonstration of the need of a Similac .................... 89c Dr. Lyon's .............. 33c
family and its dally menu supplementing -
her Ion of last meetIng Me Saaanpoe Ue Baby

on building a program of food Mar-0-Oil ................ 42c J & J Talcum ............ 19c

for health. 1.M She see Site

The club voted to try: to grow Jeris Tonic ................ 74e Dioxogen Cream ._. 49c
"young berrlei" which are a cross
I.M Site see size
between a raspberry and a black.
berry.It Agarol .............._... 1.09 Pond's Cream ........ 37c ,

was announced that Mn. W. Mo She Pint Site IiIit

D. Mahan was the winner IB a Creolin ................_.. 43c Nujol ...................... 59c : !
canning contest at the Orange see Size UtMdburr's lie Sloe i
County Fair and Mrs J. D. W' I
Rose Almond. Cream 25c Lady Esther Cream 57c

I.M SlM Pint Alcohol

DON'T BE SKINNY Wildroot Tonic ...... 69c Mifflin __._.__ 15c There's nothing /like owning a home of your

Awaw. sale. ** ** Is mt.mm4m *. ass Site Unla ant riotSloan's own I Designed and built according to your

a..low... VI-w woo.. w avid ems from wade(AI .enNm.l ......_............. 2fc Witch Hazel ?._....... 17c own needs find Ideas. Paid for according to
W vlad) le doer. Vlael MIadwalaM
:: lie Cold Capsules 'Ie Ceegh Drop
App. Aviprow" bled anNrwa.

Ab.aooab. = coded Wood .has.Inks helped and Zerbsts .............__ 16c Luden's __ _.2 for 6cc. your income-Me rent under the FHA.We'll .
*easy. Mae. II sierras so ....
... Tablets Skin Lotion be glad to advise you about materials and

MOWN rnKscnirriOM DRUG Man 666 ............................ 23c Velnre ...................... 39c
7Se Was 1.50 Sis Hair Tenle financing. Drop in and talk over your plans.Or .

Ovaltine .................... 59c Kreml ......._............. 1.09 call us today.W .
foe Rise 10e Antiseptic

Marine .................... 49< Pepsodent ................ 39c "

I 1.06 Tonlq 80. Shampoo

homes or apartI Cardul .................... 79e Drene ......... .............. 49c50e Horne Co.
I menta"I II ,
Slse tie Vapo-Rab

I Virgil D. Lyon I Yeastfoam ................ 28c Vick's ...... .................. 23c s, Frank I'* Skill, Owner

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J February 18. 1988 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Ninfl '!
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PROGRESSIVE MIAMI FIRMS I visible The illumination will

.. be a sift glow reflected from the
HOMESTEAD SCHOOL NEWS under side of tree leaves upon
r0th DR. LEONARD W. HASKIN which mercury vapor lights , t trained from fixtures sunk into
c BY NELLA < the pound.
I -141-- .N... -. lit 8t In Miami _Phona____ .t-SSZ n_. SAl LS

SAFEGUARD YOUR EYES and experience, but hi* persona .
BJ oMalUq guarantee. His glasses must live Tuesday morning in assembly a was oa the tier-list" Tuesday of
DR. LEONARD W. HASKLNOPTOMETRIST satisfaction representative from the Clvitan this week.
Clu btpoke to the students about
gel If your glasses are causing you
c It should be a source of great any trouble whatsoever, the wisest the essay contest on citizenship Th pupil In Mrs Thurman't
e satisfaction to the people of this move U to tea him immediately. which Is sponsored by the club second and third grade are workIng -

community that they have con Your trouble may be only each year. A motion picture on a circus parade. Betty
veniently: located Miami a man slight and capable of being corrected showing action of sound waves Schauberger from Saint Petersburg I EGeneral

whose fine technical kill and long at once with the proper was shown to the students. hat joined the second grade. I

e experience make him an expertIn glasses. Immediate attention
examining for and fitting glasses to such matters may save you Mr. Hester' .tenth grade won Miss Jackson's class welcome
i This up-to-date office li I much expense and inconvenience. the banner and the dollar at the new pupil, David and Annie Mae

well patronized, U making a I If you have children it is a wise P.-T. A. meeting Friday night Pilgrim. The pupil are very; I .

special study of the eye and I II thing to have a regular examination I sorry la lose one nf their .mom ,

thoroughly competent In every; made ot their eyes, along Th Homestead High School mothers Mrs. Floyd Fogle They
a detail with a complete physical examination. -I speech classes and girl1 glee club 'are very; sorry also to lose Floyd I

tor His reputation II an optical Dr. Haikln has made a will be In charge of the radio program Fog]* who was In the red bird

specialist Is not limited to this study of the troubles affecting over WQAM at the Dade class. The pupils are delighted I

r community Persons from everywhere children's eyes, and he will be County school program Sunday, with the new art sketch books Public Utilities
In this section of the state glad to give you the most expert Feb. 20 and Sunday, Feb. 27, trots which they use during the art

take occasion to come In and have advice on the matter. 7 to ':30 p. IIThe speech class period.

1 their eyet examined with regular This publication 'U glad to recommend will present a fifteen-minute skit Homestead Phone 195-M
ity. Hit office Is equipped to fit this experienced optometrist and the rest of the time will be NOVEL LIGHTING

you perfectly with glauei He to all Its readers lie is devoted to the girl*' glee club. So that New York World's Fair -

uses only the finest makes of lent a professional man of wide knowledge The high school speech classesare visitors may find a haven ot peace

prepared for grinder. Back of I and experience, and a val- studying parliamentary; law. and quiet after busy hours viewing Let Us

hit work 1* not only his reputation ued citizen In the community. Lester Archer, secretary of the the wonders of the 7ra1mile
r class, has donated a mahogany an esplanade two-thirds
MERRITT OIL BURNER MFG. CO. gavel made in the manual training long will be constructed so RejuvenateYour

r .tl. S. UP.oo _rl.rl.lt..... > tl.W .I_ ...u.,___. Phone _I.t'll-____! department to be used In the ,that not a tingle light bulb will be i Car
various classes. The junior high
There is no invention in recent get the heat you want at all times school cdlasses studied round table

years that hat been given a moreenhuala.tlc without waste, and without any of discussion for several days and
Wood Work
't the dirt, ashes, drudgery; and un- DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST
I debating.The I :
reception by the are now taking up
'tt certainty of tits .oldfalbloned'heatln Body Fender Repairs> j
t housewife than the new oilburningwater methods. pupils In Mr Webb's room
enjoyed their valentine box very;
heaters that the Merritt Oil I See these modern heaters at the I much Monday. Tops and Trimming: :

Burner Mfg Co. is demonstrating Merritt OU Burner Mfg. Co.'.I Mrs Dye' fourth grade enjoyeda Office Hours: 9a.as.teIp.m. Seat Cover r
and its popularity In this territory salesroom on your next visit to
9 to
valentine box which was made Sundays 11 PalntinrArt's
is Increasing by-very rapid Miami. I II
f by Dickie Carney, Suzanne Closed Saturday
strides. Either Mr. Merritt or Mr. Kerr Brow I
I Betty Qatlln rfn Sam
Following are just a flow of the will see that a burner is installed
, Blanche Johnson was on the sick Free Parking Space 'i
' reasons why you should see either I and put In fine working condition Paint Shop
Mr. Merritt or Mr. Kerr and let and all Instructions will be of no lit Monday.Miss 1764 N. w. 36TH ST. MIAMI: i
I the
Ray's class won
them show you its advantages all more or not so much trouble a. and the banner at the P.-T. A. PHONE t-tlU loa N. KROME A,& i
it Is always clean-It hat automatic' the usual lighting of the furnace.
meeting Friday night Margie l'7e
. beat; It la more economical than I Both Mr. Merritt and Mr. Kerr w

any other burner on the market of are very well known and promInently -:

, similar make; It is absolutely quiet;I identified with the business REMAND DISTRICT FRUIT PREMIUM LIST l.
and has a beautiful modern appearance Interests of Miami, and would

and last, but not least, like anyone interested in a new PLANT AND FLOWER DEPARTMENT CLASS 3 CUT FLOWERSLOT
it is absolutely leak proof and has I oil burner to pay a visit to their lit 2nd 3rd

an adjusting oil valve to regulate salesroom and learn all about oil 1. Mixed Flowers in Vase .. 1.00 .75 SO j

varying temperatures. You just burners. Walter O. Talbott, ChairmanNo 2. Mixed Flowers in Basket 1.00 .73 .50
3. One Kind In Vase .. .... 100 71 50
Entry Fee 4. One Kind In Basket __"_ 100 ,73 .50

116S W. (th St. la Miami Phone 3-1378 Exhibitors must use their own containers. Al Miss Eunice Grady Chairman,
The Cresger Piano Co. I II Mi. very highest quality obtainable a 1 exhibits In this department must be In place by 12 Home Demonstration Agent
I that price. Those who can afford o'clock Monday, Feb. 28. No Entry Fee
ami' representative for the Francis will not award prize unless the exhibit
the higher priced Instruments will The judge a All articles in this department must be the
Bacon and Weser Brothen I has decided merit. handiwork of the exhibitor All entries must be
find that this line
provide piano Amateurs only :will compete. No flower or plantcan delivered to the chairman by 12 o'clock, Monday.
piano which are unsurpassed anywhere compete for more than one premium.All February 28, except baked goods, which must be
This firm forms center for dev Buying a piano of any kind of exhibits must be plants or flower grown in entered by noon, Tuesday. Baked goods will be
otees of the various branches ol: them you may be assured you Dade County. judged Tuesday afternoon.
music. Nearly the wholo store li I are getting the best the market Potted plants and flower must be correctly labeled No prize will be awarded unless the exhibit

devoted to the display of pianos,, has to offer and that you are paying has decided merit, regardless of competition. Where
Exhibit will be scored "s followsFoliate : there Is no competition only second premium ill
A center Is for a very; reasonable price for the
proper necessary
and Plant
be awarded There must be three or more enttiei
the development of the art and this I Instrument that you buy. It takes Size of plant ......._...-----.... 25 point under each lot number, and when not, first ribbon\
concern should be complimented care and judgment to buy the right Cultural perfection .._.._........ .. 35 points will be awarded and second money paid. If wily'
upon the founding of a center like, quality and when :you are told at Distinctiveness .... _...._..__ .__. .. IS points one entry, then only first ribbon will be awarded. '
this a* It greatly promotes the, this establishment that the goods Form _. ......_.......... .....____ S8 points I Amateur only may compete I
study of music throughout this: offered are of the latest style you C LA- 1 M AKED GOODSBREAD
section of the state.It need not hesitate In buying.In inn. yonCut 1 b (3 loaves)
FlowersSice LOT 1st 2nd 3rd
has a = line of the making this review we art __.___.....___...v 10 points 1. White ___ $ ,7J $ JO Ribbon
best pianos for this climate glad to compliment the Creager Color .. ... _.....-_._..._.__._._._ :80 potato 2. Graham ... 71 30 Ribbon
Piano Co. upon Its activities and Stem .._ IS points 3. Salt Rising __ ....._.____ 73 .30 Ribbon
in his reach which will be of the the high quality of the stock and Foliage .:: .::: == :::=..:: 13 point 4. Nut ... .__.. . ......? _. .73 .50 Ribbon

These Instruments have been selected the service rendered for the accommodation Form ......... "'_" _._...-..-._ IS point 3. Raisin .... _..._.. .. ,73 JO Ribbon
with view to the of the people of the Substance ._ ..._. ..._...........__ IS points 8. Dcwton Brown 78 80 Ribbon
I a giving Distinctiveness ......._......_-..._ 10 points BISCUITS AND ROLLS (half dozen)
and Mr. Creager extends -
patron a choice of the very best ,. Yeast Roll .. __ '_ 73 50 Ribbon
In a wide range of-prlctl. All : a cordial Invitation to all 100 point 8. Cinnamon Roll '" 73 JO Ribbon
pianos can be purchased for cash the people of Homestead and The following prizes will be offered for these ex- Baking Powder Biscuits

at a liberal discount or on term Up Southern Dade County to make hits: or Soda Biscuit '" .. .78 JO Ribbon
to 14 months The buyer of limited his store their headquarters whenIn lit 2nd 3rd 10. Whole Wheat ._ .. _.,,_._. 73 JO Ribbon
means will find here a piano with' Miami. Best exhibit of Potted Plant, Exhibits: of bread rolls and biscuits judged by t
-------'-- twelve or more varieties .. ....$5.00 $3.00 $2.0 the following scale of points:
Best exhibit of Garden Cut Flowers I General appearance (shape smoothness) IS points
i MIAMI TIN SHOPESTABLISHED twelve or'more varieties _'_'''_ 3.00 2.00 1.00 Lightness :._ 10 points: I
it 1914 J. R. COOK. PROP. I Beat exhibit of Cut Roses, six Crust (Thickness, crispness, elasticity,
Phone t-3398 or more varieties .. ....... .-'" 3.00 2.00 quality) n....__. .. 10 points
513 8. Miami AT*. la Miami 1.001
t CLASS INDIVIDUAL GROUP EXHIBIT I Crumb (color, texture, elasticityr.r.. 33 points
Let It solve your heating problem and so he Installed the latest of First .. -. -.._ ... 11000 I Flavor, taste and odor 30 points
( *. Free Inspection and estimates scientific machinery necessary in Second ._ ..._.. _...._._._._ 800 ,I
cheerfully given.It establishment of this kind. Third ... -.. ...... ....-.-...... ... .. ._. 3.00 100 points
'' an Exhibit to consist of not less than 10 varieties of CAKES
also features sheet metal work
Courteous and efficient service Flowers, ferns or potted plants. LOT 1st 2nd 3rd
of every; description, such as chimneys have been the foundation on which CLASS INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITS 11. Dark Fruit ......__ .75 JO Ribbon
gutters, pipe the enviable reputation of this (Six to a bunch) 12. Light Fruit ____ .73 JO Ribbon
downspounts, tanks, Ikyll'lrta'j' LOT 1st 2nd 3rd 13. Pound __..._ "_'n .75 .50 Ribbon
known and modern concern
ventilators, copperwork, well 1. ROMS, any variety __ $1.00'.15' 10 14. Nut ______. .73 JO Ribbon
f Well of has been built. Promptness I Ia a 2. Chrysanthemum; 1.00 .75 .50 15. Spice _._....__.. .75.110 Ribbon
for all classes
equipped I feature of its service. Furthermore 3. Dahlias ...____ 1.00 .'5 .50 It Layer ......_..___.... _.. .75 .50 Ribbon
sheet metal work and heating, Mr.Cook .I the Miami Tin Shop I Ia absolutely 4. Begonia ........ .___ 1.00 .'5 50 17. Jelly Roll ___ ... .. 73 JO Ribbon
has established an enviable reliable not only in business dealIngs 5. Snapdragons _'__'_ 1.00 .75 .50 18. Orange or other Citrus
reputation for expert service and but In the doing of Its work. .. Asters 1.00 .75 50 Cake __. __._.. _.... 1.00 JO Ribbon
reasonable prlcco Much work Is This firm know that a good name 7. Geranium __'__ 1.00 .'5 SO It. Tea Cakes (H dozen) .73 .50 Ribbon
daily received by this chop from 3. Fern __.___ 1.00 .75 JO 20. Raised Doughnuts (H
the I II a satisfaction to all customer (. Calla ____ 1.00 .'5 50 dozen) .... ... __. 73 30 Ribbon
surrounding territory.The Those of our readers who desire 10. Amarylllt ____ 1.00 .75 SO 31 Fried Doughnuts (Vk
prices are of the most pleasIng work of this nature executed _.._ 1.00 .
11. Narcissus 73 9II dozen) _.. .. 7tFxhiblt 50 Ribbon
character and the promptness should avail themselves of the Gladioli _...__ 1.00 .'5 M of cakes will be judged bj tic. following -
of the satisfying kind. The services of this firm. We can assure 13. Phlox __.___ ......._ 1.00 .73 .:sO scale of points:
work" done when promised. them of reliable work, while 14. Poppies ..____ .__. 100 75 .:sO General appearance 10 pointt
15. Pansies _._ _._ 1.00 .75 .:sO
The proprietor realized when he the charge will always be right Frosting and Filling il points
18. Sweet Peas _.._..___ IJ)() .'5 JO Texture (lightness, grain) __... IJ points
started in business that It. was We compliment Mr. Cook upon the 17. Violet ... ....._._. __ 1.00 .75 .50 Flavor 1___. ___,__ 411 points I
necestary; to equip the place In a well merited progress and the increasing 18. Zinnia 1.00 .73 M --
moat complete and modern style patronage he deserves. 19. Cacti and Succulents ... LOO .73 JO 100 pelntlFriday
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CONKLE & COMPANYA Company I* appreciated throughput FRENCIll\lUmORPLA TE GLASS CO.---
I the territory covered Is best I
HOME FIRM OF LONG STANDING exemplified by the fact that it has A. A. CORSIGUA. MGR '
lit 8. W. lit CL la Miami Phone 1-1118
Located& 103 N. E. Isl Ave. In Miami Phone 1-13(1 built from year to year until it is
French Mirror Plate Clan Co. ,Including auto glass of all kinds.
In endeavoring to impress our and soda fountains, etc. Also car- now one of the South' outstanding Is headquarter for vltrolite *tructur Beveled glass for front and French

readers with the Importance of ried In their stock 1* the most up- firms &- glass u well M window, doors made to order plate glass
to-date in soda fountain and bar To keep its organisation com- table tops mirror, automobileand for desk and furniture tops show
with that
trading concerns manufacture -
equipment as well aa a line of Virginia plete, it 1 Ia necessary to employ a plate ,ta... It ipeclallwt In epees, store fixtures, and in fact,
and distribute products Dare flavoring extracts, silver large number of people at all times. store fronts and does general glazIng ,everything in the glass line.
that are manufactured near home, and glassware. and being a home owned enterprise -
contracting. In addition to the usual lines of
It 111 behooves us to fail to men- They maintain at all times, an thousands of dollars are This it a very opportune timeto glass, the French Mirror Plata
tion Conk) & Company of Miami. engineering department that will placed In local circulation that! call our readers' attention to the Glass Co. features mirror work:
This Miiiml j firm with Its recordof assIst. in making arrangements and would never find their way hereit fact that this enterprising firm and will resllver and reframi any
honest drillings with the people, furnish blue print as well aa a it were not for the wide activities carries a large assortment of mlr- mirror you have so It will have
is an outstanding example of substantial -! decorating department, and will of this firm. v ron.-In fact, the store may well all the reflecting qualities of a
progress and efficiency. always be more than pleased to It i is with great ptoaiur that we be termed mirror headquarters new one. Take all the old mirrors -
They arc manufacutrer and installers submit specifications and plan by point out thi* HOME: OWNED "- for this section of the state. in and have them fixed up
of the very highest grade their engineering department for tabltahment to our reader a* one The French Mirror Plate Glass and you will be able to see yourself
cooking and serving equipment tor the producing of any special orders that has done muoh for this' trade Co. hit become a center In the as you really are.
hotels, nstjui.mN, cafeterias Initltutlonn. no matter how difficult I area, and one that la deserving of glass trade ai li evident from the We are glad to compliment The
hospital' bars, school. That the policy of Conkle & your patronage and support truly' large trade it Is receiving French Mirror Plate Glass Co.

and the way Its reputation li upon the completeness of the service -
CORAL WAY GARDENS 'and his assialtant are very wide spreading far and wide over this I and large trade it it securing
reader of the latest authorities, as part of the state.It because of satisfactory work and
1661 8. W. 12nd SI. In Miami Phone 4-1145
well as being practical and original -: has all the equipment for the reasonable prices.
They carry everything for the guaranteed true to name and up- producers. They understand cutting of glass to any size and in I As an outstanding example of

garden--tree*, shrub and annuals.It .!to-date. Their flowers are grown : the scientific part of trees and charge of this department are ex- the beautiful work the French
i plants, and are thoroughly conversant pert mechanic who undentand Mirror Flute Class Co. does, attention
is our dative to emphasize and right, dug fight and old right
the sizes and kinds of
with all conditions of the glass. Theywill is called to the VITROLITE!
acquaint our readers with the fact, Plant art kept In a healthy condition soil Their knowledge of plant We be glad to estimate any glasswork STRUCTURAL GLASS work on

that the Coral Way Gardens specialize so that when they arriveat and their Industry are responsiblefor that you need. Just drive up the theatre here in Homestead.In .
and employ landscape the place for planting they are their business today. to their place with your car If closing, we wish to state, that
architect who plot out the ground In excellent shape and will grow When it comes to ins purchaseof window Is broken, and they will Mr. Corslglla extends cordial Invitation
and garden, according to a plan to rapidly. this class of goods, this establishment I take the measure and have the, to all the people livingIn
suit the Individual property-tak-]I The nursery business requires should be consulted. It is glass In In a Jiffy. I, Homestead and southern Dade
ing into consideration the architectural considerable capital as well a* a 'right in Miami and its reputation Is They feature beveling, grindingand i County to drop In and get acquainted
fitness and climatic adapt wide rang of ability and exper- behind all it sells. If you order any polishing of all kinds of glass,' when in Miami.
ability. ience. The Coral Way Garden certain kind of plants, you get
The Coral Way Gardens are In I'specialize on city forestry work, exactly what you order. It U one i BREEDING'S REXALL DRUG STORk
a petition to give the prospective which Includes the proper tree to of the places where real fresh It Convenient Locations-One 8. W. Cor. 13rd St. and Collins Are.
purchaser a wide variety of specimens plant along the parking of the nursery stock can be purchased in (Diagonally Opp. Koner-Plasa Hotel) and the Other S. W. Cor. 7th St.
to select from-many varieties I' street, proper spacing and the this part of the state and you will I and Collins Ave. In Miami Beach
of ornamental and shad care of such improvements of all find the proprietors every courteousand Breeding's Rexall Drug Store's a* old, with their service. They
trees, flowering shrubbery, evergreens -I kinds for the home as make it most willing to give any information motto la, "BEST IN DRUGSTORE I|I are always featuring many special
and palms. Everything lot' look more like home. Mr. Fascell that you desire. GOODS : BEST IN DRUGSTORE i values In nationally known products
SERVICE". You get what you I of recognized quality.

I GUY'S AUTO PARTS CO. I wear after years of service and ask for at these drug stores and A completely stocked prescription
while they can be broken and are you can always shop to advantageat department has always been
1-805 7-4747 I In a Rexall Store. a feature of this concern and thereis
131 N. W. tOlh Kl. Phones and many cases, yet they scarcely
ever wear out. This places on the The Breeding's Rexall DrugStores always a registered phrmaclston
Guy's Auto Parts Co purchases the HOUSE OF A MILLION I market these part practically as are among the leading, duty.
automobiles In any condition, anywhere PARTS as it trades In anythingand I good a* new, at price much under drug stores in Miami and Miami They are conveniently located
and all model always has what you want 1[those of new ones. This accrue Beach and are stores that in appointment and are close at all times to wo-
This is one of the largest and In the peat, when an automobile to the benefit of the motorist and and service, would be men shopper, to business! men for
most modemly equipped auto became worthless It was junked I this fact alone, i* causing wreckIng a credit to New York. I a luncheon and women who need
wracking establishment in this and nothing more was thought of companies such as this on to They carry a very comprehen- I vacation supplies and household
part of Florida. It. Now this Is not so, for companies Increase in popularity each year slve stock, constating of cigars, Incidentals, as well a* after theatre
like this have been tobacco films, drugs and druggist's crowd
GUY says "USED PARTS areas It you need part It will pay
good a* the car they go Into". formed whose sol purpose i* to you to call and In all probability sundries, Including a very complete I They are courteous and efficient
He always( pays the highest pricesfor salvage automobiles. they will be able to supply your ,urlaal.uppUes department where to a marked degree and it moans
wrecked cars and always has They tear down and utilize the demand and fix you up In the best everything for the sick room maybe I continuous encouragement to all
en hand u Urge stock of MOTORS, parts various ways By so doing, shape and at price much undo found, and have on display at the community and the assured
GEARS AXLES GENERATORS they save the cost of producingthese the price of new parts. all times a complete line of Whitman expansion of this entire section
STARTERS, SPRINGS, BODIES, part again, which releases In closing, we desire to state that Chocolate and confections, The management of the Breeding's
CARBURETORS BATTERIES material and labor for the production Guy extends a cordial welcome as well a* many other well known Rexall Drug Stores extend an in.vitation
ELECTRICAL of and for new cam to all his friends In Homestead and makes. to all their many friendsin
and other EQUIPMENT new_part :: : ___... _
and accessories. In fact, Guy say there are many pans Daae county to visit nil yard wnen This popular firm rise oeen successfully -I Homestead ana Dade County
II this. concern might well be called I an automobile that show but t:1 I in Miami. and satisfactorily servIng -I I to make their stores their headquarters -
the public for many years and when visiting In Miami
has been a vital factor in the drug Beach.
II AUTO BRAKE AND SERVICE CO. I I expert who equipped maintain with an proper establishment business In this section. I They wlU gladly mall merchandise -

D. L. TOMKEKLIN: MGR I They are always offering some upon receipt of a postal cardor
I machinery and facilities to efficiently -
1731 W. Flatter St. In Miami Phone (-1631 handle the particular kind outstanding values drugs, beauty phone call, and when at lossto

This firm specializes In Lock-i vice. To take chance with your I of work that I* to be done. I accessories and sundries In orderto know where to find it, askI3retdln's.
!I' acquaint customers well, .
new as
head-Bendlx brake' service and !' life or the live of your family or I Those in charge are brake specialists -

Raybeatoii Brake lining. It makesa pedestrian when a few cent .1 c I and are equipped to do AUTO LOCK AND SUPPLY CO.
day will keep your brake In good ,all\ kinds of brake and electrical I
specialty of adjusting or relining condition I* not worth white.This tune-up work. They have hadean II HOUR SERVICE J. C. LAURIE OWNER
2 or 4 wheel brakes on any makeor local concern has been engaged experience with brake Let Located at 1304 N. E. End Ave. In Miami Phone Z.021S

model of car In the automobile brake them help you with your brake J. professional often long enough for
Every day one reads In the service business for many years problems .. the authorities to nab him. Everyage
newspapers or hear about auto-, and'understand the business from The many excellent Jobs they and I has its robber and while we
mobile accidents that have,II the ground up. Its prices are moat I have done for-auto and truck own- do not nine any with the dash of
been caused b\ faulty brake Good' if-nsonable and Its service ers In this part of the state the reasonable nd Jess James yet we have better '
brakes prevent hundreds of accidents |- able It will Kindly depend-j price and quickness of the I educated and, less spectacular robbers -
In the congested traffic and brakes free of charge It offer I service has brought this establishment -I who get away with things
In bad weather This conc m'* slogan complete free inspection and will I into the well deserved prom- I without much show.
: "Don't start-if you can't !not advise any work union It ItJ inence that it enjoy in Miami :I't.ock ; Everyone should look over all
stop" I Ie widely known throughout necessary. j This brake service establishment I thing that need locks and have
this section of the country. It People, and especially automobile -' has com into more prominence et an inspection made, consulting an,
devotes all Its time to first class owners, have teamed that it I with the Increasing number of expert, and see that lock of the
brake and electrical! tune-up ....- pay to have repair work done by cars and truck I[ proper type are put In place and
.un In good order by calling in J. C.
UNITED RADIATOR CO. that we are able to take this opportunity Labrie.
I'- I a a LEWIS. OWNER to recommend The I have He offers complete service andIs
:ed Radiator Co. to our unit-I Ilock. In a position to take complete
till N. \Miami Are. In Miami Phone Z-IJ21 Mr. Griffin la an expert in I charge of all locksmith! and safe'
1;v. The United Radiator Co. ..peIiI When it comes to radiators and ator repairs and it you are so I work and furnish Jimmy-proof
+ cialises In radiator repairs on all !repairs, he I* very complete and unfortunate a* to get in an accident -|j your : door and trunk lock and auto ,
make of can, truck busses andtractors. .you will readily learn why his you will find that by their' f'I key He can make any key while ;
Their experts boll out firm ha come to be known a* the expert work his. mechanic can remove the you wait Mr. Labile can open
IiI radiators and restore the cooling house of "Quality and Service". all memories of it and return Lock anything you have locked ..nd''I'I
efficiency by a guaranteed process The best of quality, the highest your car to you looking like with furnish you with lost keys. He also
and also do recortn,. class service and the most new. I you specialize in cleaning and changIng '
Mr. Griffin. the manager offers able price possible are Just drive In there and you will on combinations."A .
a real radiator service and I la that bring him at ever 1'91100-1 find they repair the car accordingto I wen word to the wise 1* suffi
4 real specialist In radiator repairing patronage your idea and turn It out in a clent"-rune the old proverb, and
which is his main feature 81 &11'. Griffin can be reached by very short time If you need It. I cars we think that the best word we can .4 J
also sell an complete copper phone, letter or personal call, andIs Mr. Griffin I* a man of wide leave with the forward looking
dDator Copper radiators are guaranteed r j well known for his prompt and ,experience. This experience has In :people who are reading this edition I
to lat from tap: to three 'i efficient work. You can rest assured 'taken him through every feature I men I* the name of a good lock'J'J
time longer than the, ordinary' that when he puts his a K.an at the automobile trade. H* I ta an smith with whom to do business
bras radiator. A coWer radiator I your Job you have one that la/I authority on work and has chosen I thing who I* well known and esteemed
t Will Und much more,Vibration J I satisfactory.In 4 My the most competent men for 'This In this lection--namely, J. C.
than a cheap bras ridUtot. closing It U with pleasure< I ill.shop. i sad j rie.I ;

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Hf'IIIOI\ Your Streamlined
"Adeline Tears to Our Life RATE: Pint Insertion 104 51'a I:1; :

Through Prayer"; eftDl1II'lennollf I

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Greatest Bin?" FOR RENT M. McMiohle. 1110 N. ; 56th \ J

Fell. IS Prayer: meeting Home St, Miami

object: "The Stewardship tt TOURIST cabin, trailer camp t

Our Possessions. I Inner spring maltre_.. Shank- FOR SALE Baby bed. apt luau i

1 tin Grove, West Florida City and mattress, good condlt < n.

pfZ8) $10. Mrs. J. R Scott 2nd ho M

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH Get It Now west of Redland school on Coconut -

Feb. 17 Lesson-sermon FOR SALE Palm DrIve. (Pill )

topic: "Christ Jesus". FANCY GIFT BOXES: Oranges, FOR SALE: Trailer In first t IHM :

grapefruit, tangerines, etc: condition Inquire at Leader-

ST, JOHN CHURCH I Shanklin Grove Palm Ave. Enterprise officeR .
Under the new FHA Plan my Redland Road. -
Feb. M tnd before Lent L RED FR\'ER.S-1Jve or are_

':11. Holy Eucharist ':30. FOR SALE -- Bright Valencia ed. Free delivery In city Phone

Church school; 11. maths and client will build 12 new houses to oranges; grapefruit and Juice at 83S-M. McEwea Poultry PUnU ,

sermon; <:tt. "Toons People's stand South Krome Ave. and ,

Service Lescue. Third St. Homestead. Fruits FOR SALE Tropical plants dims I
cost $2700 to $3000 each .
Feb. U St. Mstthlu.Apostlei grown by H. r... Cook. fII.28)) trees and tropical fruit in ,

Holy Ewchsrls kl 10 season. Jungle Grove Redlandl :

small down payment and monthly FOR SALE Seedless grapefruit, road and Plummer drive. I

CARD OF THANKS DOc bu, Valencia) oranges, 23c -

We wish to those to express who our have appreciation been payments like rent theref ter. pk. Mrs Eva Collins, Modello. LAST )'

so kind and thoughtful during the FOR SALE House and lot near LOST Black and white setter !
H.H.S. Cheap for cish P. DReims .
long Illness and at the death of our Lost near Cutler Phone 3-211GT! ,

beloved husband and father. Homestead Fla (pUT Miami. Chas. E. Withers (rim.) i


chIckens. Mrs. J. R. Scott, 2nd
-- -- I
to credit and character. house west of Rodland school on GOOD. rapid painter So h"'11'.
Coconut Palm DrIve. (pill) I
LEGAL NOTICES Box X-124 Leadwr-fiiuii"l <', !


GATES for men. Hand and face lotion WANTED
Appllratlaa N.. 14 .
Notle. li harohy given that W t Glen.we for ladles. Make It yourself fora .

ban filed with ma wrltton mjuaiit flint SEE ME few cents per pint. Material at WANTED IJetingi of houses
the .. .
tan ltI. tmwthrr with ill i".b.Mqiwnt
omitted ar lavlad ta... Including all drug stores. Complete Instructions and apartments for rent UI'III"7 !

the roar 1MT. hold by the gut .ba ad.vartbod 25c! coin and name Behrens & Ben). W. Morris N. i I
sad saw to the hlKhatt. bidder for
cash H provided. hy Chapter 18214 of the and address of two friends Address Krome awn north of IO-ernt I

lilT Art of LaaMatura. upon the fat J. B. Sommert c/o Mnthadon store phone 94 (Rll.tf)
lowln described .gel) -..t. In the County i
of Dodotot* of Florida towrtlT H. A. CAMERON
(it I K1V IT Highland. Park Th. Iowa 1
to ka .... are avldrnrad by .......fla.. No. II" of HWIo\Towmhltelnln and NJ of 1'11'4 01 day of January. IM.
10. Honed 40. 1v. P. tIIATHJlR\I: :
Robot of IMT Mill represents taiaa for Uwyaara ......1 un _n or kaa IIIM'j Chose CI."tt to" ',
to IMI 111!b.'>"1M7. both Inelwlra amotmtiay Ia.. to be GUM. sew fMonrad by ... Dodo County. "".", .. I
Phone 72 Homestead No. MDT of ISM and. resresnte ChestCON"
Said tax .1tI..teoat"" with illauhaaqoanl tralBy
omitted Uw rears loss to I'll. both III"'winaaHmatlnt 'i JMO FKKNOIFuklhhod : n I'. i
... odd. to the hfcrlwat or bidder at test,he Court will .to SI.11.._I.Maubanuant _. .. Jan III Frb 4.11NOTKR ,I1 1N, ,
Hotaw In Miami on the Ttk .., of March' sera u oom. awara.r W'I' .111
omlttod baited .... will ...
l.l.. knlnnlnc M the hoard Tow dork or ... or SAII fir TAX CHUTIFI.
A. L.. .. .. _. 'hlt_ r .a. u_ old to lha highest bidder at MM C .. <'ATRApplwallon t
-- -- How In Miami aa, the lad day af MarchIM .1
p..y W roaehod In diM .ne-: Na. IHMatiM
Dat.d ., Miami Florida' thai tile Itta renitent that Uw tax ...tlflr.... Smoother NOTILE OF SAIR OF TAX CKRTIFI- *. kwlnnlnc at the hour of Tooo alook m banally winos than J..<..,h tpatrtrk ,I._ +
-ear of February 111R. with all subsequent omlttod or l.vM t... CATER A. M.. or aa open thereafter w UM some ... Iliad with m. w milt. n '',' .t
B tlATHERMAlf!: Inoludlnatha year I'W7. held by the ..... Application Na. 1411 may ka reached In dun aaunaDated that the toa iwrtlrlratoi t.wrthauboMiuont ooh ","I
Clerk Circuit Court ha adwrtlMd and Mid to the hlaho.t klddor Notion. h bomb rhea that H. V 11'.1.I. al Miami. Florida, this the Ilk day emitted or lo.W I.". i? I .d' .
Dado County florid. for ruk na pro.liM ky Ch._ IWM. of I... baa filed with mo molt.. nqwat that of fVhruary IViI. log the year IMI hold. hy the KmvarUard .' I. ,d-
(C.....,. Coot Soal) the 10M Ares of the Legislatures. upon the tha Ua rartlflratoi .....,.... with all aukamuanl & B. L1ATHFRMAN and add to the hkthoit hl.l".. I."r l
By VNO. rSNNO a 0. fullowliM described real ...... In the Connty omitted or lavlod to>oa Including Clerk Clmlt Court, calk aa pMnkfed ky tkaptor 1"1'6 ',.fIN tit.
Pukllikad. ...... In. tt ; Mar 4. lass. af Itada, state of Florida. to-wlt: v. the roar IMT held by the Nato .ka advorllnd Dado County. Florida. Area af the Lnwlalur.. o,".n I howln f I. .
Lot S, Uk ID, Eldorado Hrfaht. Th. and low to the hlahail bidder for Clnult Court foal) | described. wool l >... In the t. ....j I
NOTICE or PALS op TAX CIKTIH I to.se, to be xld are avM..l.od by Crrtlfl ash aa ._Wood ky Chapter MM. of the I HrJNO. FKNNO I). C. of Dada. sass af Florida. t.-alt' ;
CATMAppllraUaa .... No. 17JU of l'" and represents ta.o, liT A,.. of tha LatWanra. upon tha fok I Published Frk U. 18. 11 Ilia.NOTICE tot 4 Mary Fiona. '.h. The I... h.,
Na. 1411 fur the nan lull u 1111. both Indwlr. I..wlnadwrlb l real plate lit the Countyof wild ara avtdoiuwl ky ...rtlll..t. N" "1of ,
Notion la ........ .1... than Vanrarat amountlnc to 1240 bad.. State of FlorMa. to-wtti or CALK OF TAX CRkTIFI. lost and nprawnta tn>n for the ".. ,
Hanna ha. tied with nu written request ,Lalli. Rk t. Kmwood The tanta to kr Lot 10 Rlk I Town df Ho......... Tkatoiaa CAns IIM to IMT, bulb In,lu.lv., ammunthu. '" I
that the tax orrtUJoataa tonthor with all Kid ... ..Ido_ by certificate. No Illllof to ba gold are nkfaawd ky aartlrlrat. Application. .. 1471 IMS,4T ,
............. omitted or ImM ..... _..t. 11P21 and represents t... foe the rears No ISM of toil and npraa.nl.tola Notifies .h hereby given that A. I[. WlUonannt Said. tax ....""" ... together .1'10' H
toe Uw you IMT. "hold ky the BUM ha nth 1DII to HIT both Indtulra, amounting toI for the mon IMO to IMT both hai MM with ... wrHtan renuaal or levied ta>n 0,11' 'I.
vartkwd and .ilil to the hlulMt bidder (nraa.h HI Of. lnrlu.lv. mcnintlni fa 1101.01. Mat tha tot certificates breather with .u mid--"h: ;: :.. hldoW .t the I. I I
aa provided by Charts HIM of tfi. Lot II Blk 1. Konwao The taxes to ka Sad tat rortirleitoi toavthor with nil ._....t emitted or baled team Inelud Howe In Miami on the Nth 4.. r I h. i
imT Art. of the Uaulatura. the mid ara avldrntad by Continents. No. Mill subsequent omlttml or ,larVM axes will ka Ina tko year"II.i )sold ky Uw Stab b. ruary. iliii, knlnnlni' at the h".., "r I.,n
t following ootrrlbod tool saute la UM of 021 and represses logo for the yaara.IMS .old lo tho h........' bidder .t UM Court advertised to the klihwt 'bidder ..,cab A. M. o a0 Peon theresf.r. .. .h.
County of Did. mat of Florid. .....Ia I to HIT both Inclualra aiaoonllnj MI H.tua 'In Miami' .. on tka th. 7th day of fur ..SM. of Hna may boll reached In dua r ,r,*
I IH T Rlk .4 Miami Hrl.ht. UM tataa IBS.II' I M.nh IMI. bwlnalal M the hour . . to ha told ar arlnVtMVd by orrtlflaato. No. Lot I, Pit I. KrnwooJ The taxes to ha dock AM.. or aa, win thereafter a., th. following described real saute .In tko day of January I
wades '"/ mi and m>.....nto lam for the sold are arldmnit ky Certificate No MIW the lama may kr roackad la due eoana County of Dad. Rate of Florida, .......t t IMII. UCATnitRMAN!: ,
I nan 1110 to HIT. both liKhulvo amountIMS of IMT and rapnaanta team for Uw your I Doted at Maml FloTMa, this. Ube 141i Lot S Blk la Mi-AllKtw. Tn-ram. The rise, f"r' uit t C. ".I ,
In. be ....... t. 1HI to IMT both ln.lu.loa. aamutlng to day of February, IMII kuoi. ko Mid are I sale. ax _till,.... t..aetbeo with all5oboum.nt Ill 97I B LEATKERMAN. Mo IIMt .rf ISM and .... Circuit Court Paul
emitted or Intod anon will he I Loa IT, II. IS. ask 4. Plnakurat AddnTha Clark Creak Court loans for UK iMam inn to IMS, both I... Hy JNO FrNNO IIFubllalwd .
I now be the bhthwt bidder a1 the Court I ton. to ba aold ara addrnaod bytoiiia 1 Dada County Florida .I .!.., emanating to |M ISI ( Jan Ml Frb I. 11, t"".I
11_ I. 1I1..l ...... OfJo ... ,,__, .. ". _"........... ,_,_.... ..... _. ... _" ....;-_ ...... _-_ ,
-- n. '
....I.in.-; at UM hoar of Tom ;'... i for the; yoara INS to IMT; ;;.tb In.I By SNO. FLNNO D. C, The i.s to b.sold ara nlrfanead kfrorliriniito NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
.A. M, ar .. mac thanaftor aa lha aama ....lr.. ._..U.. to 1117.... Published rob. I" 261 M.. 4. 1111. No I4III at HU and. Karaami. I Drills
may ka _hoot In d.. __ Bald ta< oortlfleatoa toaothw with all taa for Ih. room J'r.I to ,..,. Chapter Hllf-Art. ., IMI. ,n. A.I'M)
Dated al Miami Florida, this tha Seth ubomuant omitted or bled toxaa will ka I NOTICB OF lUll OF TAX C RTIFI. both inclining, nomination ,US. i ''''Tll'l': IH HrRrBV: UIVKN that
day at. .-.,. 1111. wild to the Wished bidder at the Court CATER Lot II Silk 14 WM Flacln. Park Boa Martha O Murphy. boldly of RLA14 ..rf
B. H, 'IKATHERaUM!: H-mar fee Miami an tka Sod day of March Application No. ITINotlrr II. The axes to fc> taU ram evidenced. County Tat ('_"" ... .... tun I..,.,4lha
Clark Circuit Court. MR. kMrinnlna the hour of ton oolork I M hereby alvra that Da._ N. ky ....11...... Na. tOITt af 1011 and fffiaa.nta I .r* day of Aft.... A. D. loll. 10M ,
Dada County Florid. A. M., or na man th.ro.ftar: na lha ease Tripe kai filed with mo written race n.o seas for the room IM to 1117 filed' aaaw I. my .,'.... mad ka. ...*' or'
(Clroull Court Heal) may ka noshed la dua sons that the tal n-rlKhvHa toaMhrr with all both lncl..l.r, aino un.'" to 117 IT, Wineskin for a got .... to W ,haiMl 'hon ...
By JNO FRNNO D. C DaM ., Miami FlorMa. this. use Itk atibwquont omitted or krrlrd ta-ol IncllHllo Net: *. att4on 14. Town.hln 14 .. SaM. VrUflrato awknrr. low I. ,I.
Published F.b. IS. Hi Mar. 4. Illi.KOTICR day: rob...... IMn.E. th. roar 1PIT held ky the sate ka a* I*. oonlalnlM 140 area nor. or kma. TV bowl OVorrlbH plwparay I. th, (' ..,
"" ,
B. LIATRFRMAN mrliard. and mid to the htah.it bidder for to ka old OTldmwd ky oKlflrala of lmt.. SlaM af FlarMa. to-wM,
OF BALK OF TAX CKRT1FI Clark Clnult aa>h as ....._ ky Chapter 1MM, of UMIUT No. HIS at lost and rama.iita idea Lot I. Shirk I. hywond Plot Ik".k
CATM Dada County. Ash of the Loyl'latura. npoa the totlowlnr for Uw ream loll M 1W7. both Inrloaln. I. pan M. In lha County of Dad.
Application No. IM ,..
ICInult Court Stall ammsotine a ..1.
cou..1 aVaortbod red estate In tka County state *t KlorUa
Motlea la hereby Iran thai Louis O. I By 11<10. f'tII of Dado. Stato of FlorMa lowltCort. I aa.ia.oimt of Mid
B.... .. 1 pmtiorty un Hrr
A. bag filed with see written Pabllahad Frt.il. U U 14. Raaaa II. containing 41or ..
I'M Loto I. S Si S and SoS ., NCFertilizers : acres m. the MM. aartlflraw based wait In the ..mal
Ina. The ft..
to k. low aro rld.nr fit Staawy Care.
04 ky errUffcata 1<10. IIM of 1UI And Un..... o>ld rortlflnito/ thall k. ivd .
..... mad
praomlo for tha yam IMI to I .-..* to law. tha
propane 41"b
IIn. both hwl"!,.. ._ntl.. to MM,II. od thaws will ka said. i
Said. sea otrtlfloalaa ......... with all dM al Uw Cost kou .to the klahrat 1.1d.
> don e on tho ,irvt

Seeds .abasement.. aold. to the omllwd blot_or iMoor levied at taxes the Court will Monday.b to UM tka Tth day montk of March nf M.rrh. UK JwMrk .

Insecticides Hose h. Miami aa Itw 71k day af Mankl Dodd this wed. day of ...._.... UK
I' '. koa-lnalw tka
at hour af Ton 'such K. B. LEATHrSMAN
A. M.. ar aa Penn thereafter aa then owe I
ans be -..... a Aver .mope.. Clark of InaU: GnNt
Dated at Miami. Florida. this 0M IStk Clnolt Cnal't Mal Dado empty. 9'1..rdl, .
day of r_.,. INS .
Of N. C.
U. irlsaa
: .
for Fall Clan ClrniH Overt
CropsWe Dada County. r........ ti I
ClrnUt court SVallRy yea am
1NO FKNNn D. C. r '
Paklbkod Fak. U. II : ]Mar. 4. ,.... ;

have a fresh supply of Stokes' Simons' and Landreth's I CATMAroHcatfaai Na. NT I i iI

Notlaa b .hereby atom toad ........ aarawwl I meets U. S. governmentrequirements. | !
boo filed with aw wrltton re.
Tomato Seed. Also Peat Moss Goat and MM that UM sox MtUloaua UKMkar I :
1 with all niknaaaatnKtW or keeled UM.nekMdnt .

Sheep Manure for Pine Land Planting-And be sure ko safe ertksd UM year..4 arid IMT to hold tka ky kktkiM the "".."I | Will also meet yours. | !

avr for rush aa prorkM ky Ckaaur timaf .
to Redland Brand Fertilizers Uw I"T Avon W Uw t. rkilntura. cauit I VIRCIt D. LION, II W. KROMI AVI.
use if results.
want .
you u. Ikiwliu. daacrlbW Ml miss la th. I
County ul Dada, Bait of Florida, to-wlt, .in ea-s -
lx. II Blk I GrII".... Bavay Pork
btotaa The tana to ka odd .rtdonrad
ky ornlfknM No. IMI4 ., Ins and ..|>.
Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. Morau UM for tits 9.94. ton to nil Edward StilingReal
bob Inrloalro, IM7 _.110' to 84P l ;I.
kid to* aarthlmloa toaoUwr with .11.1M
Manufacturers Redland Brand Fertilizers oatwat amtttod ar kth>d Uaaa will .. Estate
M the hkTkaH kkldor at the Court I
MANGANESE DISTRIBUTORS : In Mamr UM Utk day of r General uranre
Ilea, kaibalnt al tao hour ( T.
PHONE: It FRANK B. KCTC Dig T HOMESTEAD. FLA. 1,4." A. II. 10 aa man tkaraaftor o... ....1 FLORID.t UTY. FlCer. .\.
mar ka mashed la due aaaraa Palm A... and Ave R
.x ) .! MWaS. ,...ftortoaitklk the ...

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J Para! Twelve THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday February 18, 1938


_. Dried Bronson'
1 "BIG ORANGE" TO FEATURE anniversary Tuesday. Pared
I Black
MIAMI FIESTA or STARS Those present were Mrs. Thomas -
i "The Big Ortng, an entirely. Brewer, Mrs. Geo. W. Turner,
new dance will be Introduced by Jr., and Mn Jo*.X.Elder of Homestead I
Harry Richman at the "FlMta ot and Mi*. Fsderlclc Rental, FIGS Mustard'I
Stan", a benefit matinee to be Mr*. F. W. Kosel ot South Miami,
staged at the Royal Palm Club In Miss Helen TLonghlln of Valley 4 r r25c
2lbs, qt. Jar
Miami Wednesday February 23 Stream, Long Island and the hos- ,;1 1It
by the Dade County Federation of te...
Wotnan'i dubs. 4 4 D .Sc (
The curtain will rIM at 3 p. m. MR. AND MRS. IL L. BROWN
on the nhgvf of which RIchman HOSTS TO B-SQUARE CLASS
will be master of ceremonies. The" The B-Square Clare of the ,\
regular Royal Palm 'Club floorshow Homestead Methodist Sunday BULK 3. ;
Dole Nil B nJft
and entertainer from four I;i school were entertained at the
other Miami area club will stage, home of Mr. and Mrs.. H. L. Brownon nipt watt. I puke* Aoffti.(MMI
Pitted CUD tmdutM CtiMtiM I wp dwppd/
I colorful how for the benefit of I, Monday night Milk tall
i the Federation fun, which li spon. contest onLincoln' .. I
Paul Reynolds won a loll Kt r d milk to soft ball (2:14': F.) Add
Boring eight girl through the University life and Mr. MargaretDaniels Dates dates and cash EMil dates when Md .bled with the nb..
of Miami, and for the VeraM. won a contest on Valentine's taw ((23. M. AM Mb nt tool.ths..t. um Int.. .fm. std. cans
knead atoll snwnf and rtitf. UM In roll. W rIn
Simmons Memorial Scholarship -I Day. Miss Jennie Lob- a fun, a special scholarship fort dell conducted I Bible quiz. lb. I 5 c'r U,Din. Veldt, I'U,... 21c i'
another girl The hostess, assisted by Mill (
There will be refreshment and Llllie Brown served fruited Jello
draw prize A painting by Mr*. and angel food cake.
Myrtle; Taylor Bradford will be Those present were: Mr.and Mrs. OLD TIMES No. 2'/2 Can DEL MONTE
the tint prize and I fitting for a H. L. Brandenburg Mr. and Mn.
pastel portrait by Mr. Woods of Dun Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Peaches is PRUNESJEWEL
the Federal Art Gallery will be Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bur-
another. ton, Mr. Tom Grantham, Mr*.
Mrs. Alexander Orr Jr., finance W. T. Watkins, Mrs. J. J. Robinson OR VEGETOLE 2 lb. pkg' .15c i
chairman of the federation, 1* beIng Mn Grace McL. Smith, Mrs..
assisted by Mrs. T. T. Stevens Fred Chamben, Mr*. Daniels, Mr.
co-chairman, Mrs. O. A. Sand- Otis, Miss Lobdell, Miss Brown LARD oj?l
I quilt, president Miss Catherine David Williams, Mr. and Mr. 4-Ib. pkg., 4Sc pt&
,, Walsh, chairman of tickets, and Brown. 1 BEANS
Mrs. E. F. Humer,secretary for the
committee and member Of the REDLAND CLUB TO HOLD PURE GOLD 20-LB. BAG
.1 federation board. Tickets may be MEETING ON WEDNESDAY lib. can . 5c
obtained at Burdlne in Miami, at There will be a meeting of the Flour or
the door, or by telephoning Miss Redland Woman's Club in its clubhouse Self Rising 7S j
5 Walsh. II on Wednesday, Feb. 23, at DREFT
,7,30: p. m. to which all of the mem-
PIONEER GUILD HAS bers are asked to come. Golden WESTERN
.f. SOUTH MIAMI LUNCHEON Ripe Large pkg .............. 25t j

The Pioneer Guild had a lunch- BANANAS31bs Round Steak 15c size pkg. ............ Ic
eon at the home of Mrs. L. H. tHC
Hetherlngton at South Miami In :: lb. .. 29c -
lOc -
celebration of its lilt birthday _. . Both for .................. 26cP.&G.SOAP


t FAST GET YOURS NOW. 5c 61g.bars..25cPiilsbury's
I 10 lbs. .. 19c

f 1930 Ford S W Base, body,no cab. Runs good; just

the truck to help out the big trucks ............$75.00 Best Flour 20 k 95c

1934 Itnerntaional Pickup; new paint; mechanically

in fine shape; Jumbo tires ................ $275.00 '1--

1934 Chevrolet 157 inch; no cab; good body; good ICEBERG CENTER CUTS DRIED"

tires; runs fine; priced to sell ................ ....$175.00 LETTUCE PORK CHOPS BABY LIMAS AND

1931 Ford 157 inch Cab and Body good tires BLACK EYE PEAS
; ; Ib 29c
. .
runs fine ...................................................... $175.00 2heads . 15c 3 Ib 19c
s. .. __ -
1931 Ford Pickup; very good shape; low price. Large bunch STALErSSTARCH :

See it ....................................'. ....................... $260.00 wammft WHOLE GRAIN
Carrots pk9

PASSENGER. CARS 2 for __.. .. 15c 5c 5 lbs. .__ 21c

1930 Chevrolet Sedan; runs fair; cheap at $75.00 AKMUUKS

1935 Buick Sedan; new paint; mechanical.I Clover-bloomRollButterlb. 36c

ly A-l ...............................?.............. ............. $375.00 i _

1931 Chevrolet Sport Coupe; 6 wheel job; rumble I

seat .................................................................. $283.00
Long Crisp Swift's Premium BULK

1933 Chevrolet Coupe; fine condition ........ $2:>0.00
CELERYstalk Beef Chuck l\IEAL.oR GRITS
1931 Ford. Cabriolet; good top; fine paint $110.00 .

. 9c lb. .. .. _. .. 23c 5 Ibs. __ 19c
1936 Plymouth Sedan; looks like new...... $525.00:

j 1931 Chevrolet Spt. Coupe; fair condition $12:,OO Nancy Hall Sliced Breakfast HEINZ

1'1 f 1932 Plymouth Sedan; new paint; good tires; Sweet Yams, BACON Tomato Juice

t runs fine ......................._........................_... $210.00
r 5 lbs. . 19c lb. __ . 35c 3 cans _ 25cSWIFTS
1929 Ford Coupe; a good cheap car; looks

\ fine ...................................................,............ $80.00 MZ NGAr" ei drR.6ANF"N
IlOl fl1, 6 to 8 lb. average d.B.arts' .
1 I

wto>,naasstarfaO.OdaItllril Picnic-Hams :
,,ail l9cFANCY
I LV OMmI ea5Stl
"fird'Chevrolet .t.
"GIAS "also

LEGS,'lb. __- 25c

Shoulders, lb. 15c


103 N. KromeAvt Phone 98 25 c Fryers, .Ib. 35c Hens, lb. 30c

,..L.r1f.\\ __ .
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