The leader-enterprise

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The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title:
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title:
Leader enterprise
Place of Publication:
Homestead Fla
South Dade Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
January 18, 1935
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
25.471189 x -80.468122


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).

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Copyright leader-enterprise. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
Resource Identifier:
002057831 ( ALEPH )
33835104 ( OCLC )
AKP5867 ( NOTIS )
sn 95047482 ( LCCN )

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Preceded by:
Homestead leader
Preceded by:
Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by:
Homestead leader-enterprise


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190. PER. CENT I Complexes Wise Averted Employment in ChildrenBy Leisure I(I C. OF C. VOTES TO CENTRALIZE

DEPOSIT GAIN A talk which explained complexes -lining engagements and IIPI..nlb i FESTIVAL FRUIT EXHIBITS

and various l phases' of child psychology hampered In speaking frankly to the

and yet wa full of humor awl parent because ef .**'Un.n_ to I

hum nnM* wu given by Dr. t. risk creating the wrong toipreeakln '

MADE BY BANKFirst Earl Mora Miami psychiatrist and en the large number of children! AND CLASS-GROUP BOOTHSDr.

neurologist to a large audlenoo attending present the neurologist eonciudedhi I(

the Dad' Night meeting of remark a. be reached a point
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the Horoeatead Pkrent-Teacher A* where b* cautioned the parent --

Delation In the Revs, King Cooper against the danger of creating coot I
National of Hotne- Br-huM audllerlunt Tuewbty.tlrawlnf plexe by using fear to get desired PairchiU to Speak No Hodge Podge Intermingling

. stea4 leads County dUgtama OH a blackboard rteulU. On the other hand h* *ddreeeed To Clubs Here Holiday to Reduce Effect -

, m IncFeAseCOMPTROLLER Dr. Moore demonstrated the many of his remark. to the of Displays
children and earned equally happy
habit and though-forming preoeeeee
. tor. David ralrehlld. head of th.Chalma" .
I. GIVES of the child mind With other diagrams when laJklag b tu.belt: he Yield riant Introduction
h. Showed, the outside IrtClitnee talked to the adulu. And the *hU- HUMAN CANNONBALL
I OUT VEAU'S FIGURES Garden will speak at a Joint meet'Ing
exerted: on the child during dren listened In rapt attention te of the South tfecl n rd.n fluband HIRED AS FREE ACT

Vro-- his Mian hour*, among which h* ,all of his address, the Wilma Club of homestead

I lump $83,150 to Hated the church Scenting, music For the tint Urn In several year at 1:10 Monday Afternoon In the

$241,360 in 12 Months and other cultural Influence Hproceeded almost M many father aa matlleniwere clubhouse ot the letter Mr*. T\. J. .Ringlinjz Circus Attraction

I Ingtitution'a Record award development of pt went. In the attendance Shepherd, preeldoit of the to Be On Daily
his talk along the theme of thoHom.lead eonteit. In which onlt "dad*" Were club, announced Thurailay. Anyone

P.-T. Ai program for :counted thin tuna Mr*. Edna Thur- interested In hearing Dr. Fairchild ProgramThe
With an Increase ot 110 par cent
; In deposits tilt First N.tIonaIl'Iulr' the year: "Wla VM of Lelaure" man' hem room with 10 father* speak U Invited to be preeent.Muiloal .

of Homestead led all the bank of Defining complex a* a tact plus I answering the ataad-up nil wets In number ere being ar llll nedlund tMntrkt fruit
an emotion, t)r. Moor Mid that the elementary Khool wWI In the ...
" Dad County In percentage of depot *' ranged for by Mr* Ora XenT, pr. Festival which open Just a month
gains for 1114, according t* (Ir'Ul'f" correct knowledge ouch a* the child high School Mra. Mary Webb' room dent or the Woman' Club.A from today, will not be a badgepodge
I ti -recently released by state gel In his leisure time tram ScoutIn with IS father present was declared covered dish luncheon will beheld array of booth, with eating

Comptroller J. if. L... At the end often averts or abolishes a com winner The regular P.-T. A. In the clubhouse it 11:10.: Kochmember stands and commercial .ejiUlill 10Inttornlln..led
pl... iirlM of a dollar to each of the winning
of 1114 the local bank showed deposits ot the two club has been with MM fruit displays"
I ot IJI1.HO a* compared tl "fat instance," h* old, "tin baylearns room w**. augumented Tuee- asked to bring a covered dish and that the vMtor feel. tics ttM fruit
from his which day night by another dollar to each
Scouting sandwiches.SCOUTS. of the festival
part waajbeenverem
..., at the and of UII.I .
I! snakes art harmless and even beno- offered by :Mrs. B. J Dyal. president |>ha.laed In the Id, tth ln..
The If\'Ch.ntll. Bank A Trust flew a. destroyers or rail and ether 'of the Homestead P.-T. A.. If the I

:,iy Co. of Miami Beach, another bank pent The word '*nak*' of Itself winning rooms each had more than S.O.S. FOR When the question of grouping.
exhibits wan presented to the director
which Uberman la prertdent
Of Philip
I does not arouse fear In his mind, ton father prevent
; with Increase ot It U of the Redound -m
an percent
wheres" his mother meet probably Th entertainment feature of theevening I
: M "drpoBlta wa In second place.The USE OF 40 ACRES of commerce Tuesday night tif I"tlval **-
t Coral Gable First NationalBank has a complex on the subject andinsists was a bagpipe band compiled Manager George W. Turner, I
that h* kill every snake that
of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Marlor
: was third with 101 per cenlIncrea Jr.. they voted to group eating 1
Shows itoelf. of Homestead at the drum and Mai-
FOR FORESTRY and to centralhw '
places together
! ** Fourth wu the
Regarding: music, Dr. Moor a4vteed Saint Morrleon of Miami formerlyof
fruit displays and commen'lat exbtblt II f
River Bank and Trait Co., with an
that children be allowed! to
Redland at the bagpipe All
Increase ot (... per cent and fifth In their Olsen irouaii. First.o .
learn It In way that would .. J
a. malt! '
'f' '8anxf.rge..lhe" wall ovn rl epeitr, v'.'iii.JaohanlC!:f e 'et! It ra.pteMure'liwteeaAoC.drudgeryJjjfthat T Ilst V .Flre=y'tgtiCp'I;cjt'J1p= ::w11to"tA ..w-

\ the child be permitted U have I her """"ullUld faaelnatlng twirling ment Will Get .
: '0.T per; tentla a vole In the choice ot Instrument of the baa drum baton, captivated ; ExpertInstructors B my lAmb: wb_ ........ ae '
:rr addition to Mr. Uberman offl and method. The psychiatrist admitted (Continued on Tag Eight) Sales manager ot booth *(tMt. andprofeMkHial ,
of the First National Bank ol that lie had a complex I anriiitanl. to lilt .. sl "

Homestead art R B.! Schaff, Tic. against piano music because of child I II The UM of 40 acre "In the rough" manager fast year werehighly rmolderod

; president and Mahler H. U John hood hour pent In drudgery at the Stop at Intersection .to needed at once by the Homestead Satisfactory wU h -..- 1J'

t"r.r.t son, second vlc.- .ldent; J. J. Me. keyboard. I sound this year the oMrwter voted, .
In "Smog" Brings Injury Boy Scout troop for a demonetr' "
Clendon, bank manager. Director Pressed for Urn because of core tlon foreat, Till Itomeaiead troop and Itac'h nnl. the human tarns
Mr I projectile whoa cannon and blwio-
Llbermen, Mr.
are U one of IS troops that have been
J. A. McNeil N. W. Sixth: *tret :
drams act bee been featured with
John en, T. B. Kirby, Max Lamer
elected the Florida Service
by Forestry
and First avenue, suffered a freeture
end 1. Llpton.Tb FLORIDA BONES : ningllng Tires circus fir fed pt
In the development of forestry
of the right shoulder and collarbone
financial statement ot the 1 three or four year, Will b* engaged
project In the .lat*.
bank a* of !')eo. 11, ml which wai Wednesday morning when his for the dally free act *f*. MMcBL
i 20,000 YEARS OLD car wa struck at the Intersection The troop will enUMInh firebreak
issued after the foregoing oomparatlve The director voted to Kidip a
Coconut Palm drive and Newtonread *. reforest the area and gener-
figures had been given out protest with Dade Comity's mi'iHtim*
by a car driven by Paul Campof aNy Improve the acreage. Firefighting -
.. ;shows* assets and liabilities U follow SBOWNTO ROTESDan of the legislature agalaat a rwnnMli
f.. Redland. equipment has already beendelivered
*:- McNeil law which would charge a.,.these 4
Mr. who was accompaniedby to the Homestead.
Assets fee for salt-wotPO (MhlMt W" netto
A. Vkcelto a helper In ram and SOO tree for planting! .. t&'tOP. .
\ Caah on hand and In reeloeal W the saps '
f.o bank ........ ...._.....-IIIO.MI.II Squires Tells of Pre- painting work he had been doing In rive 8aturdy-and the bore are The nOd membership? 'neetlhg of

V. S. bond ..........__ 11,100.01 historic Relics in In- Silver Paint wa driving north on ready "to go", Says 'their eooutnunt.. the chamber. *f commerce, to be
I Newton road and heard the ear driven er the n... A. A. XMtlli Ex.
Federal Keeerve Bank dian Mounds I held 6o form of
Jen. will take he
L'< week ................-...-..i I.lvO.KIJabtmle .. .1 by Mr. Camp approaching from perlenced Instructor will be form.Imbed a dinner In the Leg Tavern ad In
the went en Coconut Palm drive. by the Florida foreitry Service. -
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f County and other bonda. It. .. Dan p. Squire of Miami Secretary Mr. McNeil his vision hindered by Oiled (.Uia Win Ihflud* JlaJerC. TH

f redemption fund with U. of the Florid Geological Society the at t be Milne and A. T. Hnaly ef the Ftorl
smoke end fog, lopped a I The property must Dot more
I b- treasury I..., e..e 1.260.00 gave a talk on the early Indiana ef I which da Motorists Alllanoe and 8. R.
point he thought wag youth of than three mile from the city limit
I Mone4nd dleco'unU 10.101.11 meeting of the Home-- Kessler, awnlary nf the MiamiChamber
Florida at the I the corner to wait until the otheraiit' of Homestead and bee of It target h*
>. Federal deOoeltfnaunnc! stead Rotary ClUb Wednesday In ot Conimerx..
> fund .... ..._.I......_...... 401.11 punod. I permlttad for at tenet three years.Asreexibnt
buliding.The .
the Legion I He had topped In the Intersection.Ill to this will In tut way ----
,-, Other &$eta __.._. I.Ot Indian did not get
Seminole Des
furniture car truck broadside by Mr. i iCamp' hinder or retard canveyanc of title Steve Brodie \ Big
Banking house Okeechobee before
south ot Lake :
t ....._. ll.OOO.Od ) car wa badly damaged. to the property at thy riper. Scout-
and nature .+- but century. Mr. Hit Redland Stage
f the middle *t the After treatment and ..n, photograph mulL" ... on

squires' ald. Before them wen at the Poet OraduaJ nopl,\- -rt.1t"'tt anyft the Scout -- ,

w '" $310,245.61 the Kolooea. who Inhabited the Want I lat Mr McNeil went home when h* of Hnmwteid," h* ankh "I hope stove Hredle, eMaifclevlll* tomedlun -

coast from Tamp U Cape Sable well be odnKned while the fracture that anyone who has suitable property end IOn of W. U. iWle of
and controlled the ether Southern rtadland ram dowse' Mondny plight'
.. Depoalt ...... ....... __...Il41.llt.ll knit. wilt get In touch with me *t I
trl from Miami "'h.reII mentions
....... tt.OOO.OtCapital = -- once M that we wilt IM no time
.iv Circulation ... .... .+-. lait mound, some *t which 1 ot the ) and
__._........... .... H.000.01 are rubbish heap and ether of Youth Who Sawed Way In getting" started on the forestry brought part htr1l '

f,.ttll'PllII. and undivided which are burial mounds, ttiuet M I Out Of Jail Recaptured project. I School with him to entertain in net.aeuallylorse .
The Homestead '
I profits ......_....__...._ 1I.MI.M relied OB for knowledge ef Florldali near to mtalmlli troop quota fam of fit I* audience' at ePmeetang
$' : : early Inhabitant, Mr. Squirrel. _|1d.1 fra Join*, yiotaeetead youth who tug ouht-wld. onKtay. drive Tue of the Redland District Improve-'
1110,111.11 several mound have laid figured In police and juvenile/
The fact that day for fund t* support the admit men Auorlatkia la the Farm Uf*
bee found that extend Into the court circles. before, eawed throughth latratlv oonncU that Scoutmaster School auditorium. 'I

.r tVAONEK TO LECT"It5.F ground for .. much aa seven andeight bar ef his city Ian cell Cnd ee- .
Re* Koeatlln and A. F. Arthur who directed Even without his blaek.f_ tike
Cart Wagner principal of level Indicate caped MI.laot Saturday morning
feet ea
] local drive, confident ItrHl..kln.
the are 1111 Steve, with hU
f tend Farm Lit School, will givelecture I habitation la Florida ..ottn.RT following his arrest Friday tor Nonpayment -
: homer
61 that the Homestead fund wilt' be Jok*., castanet solo and tiuit-tlm i
at the evening services thousands of yean, o. said, ot an old fine, but wng recaptured'
of Horn. over thin. top when It I* Mat in. Met; dance was of satires tile lilt' Kt
the First Baptist Church at It la estimated that the land last Bight by police and master
F te4 Sunday. Via subject ban not: mottles er oinks lea than an Inch put back la Jail the bars of which. the evening, though a. *( i

bw# announced. very hundred ,.*.... one roeund had been replaced To Fill Repaired Pool ceremonies lkm' share b of* credit tried te to the pace Kohl the

on Miami Baaeh bg aald ha4 raqb With John was arrested Carl With Water Monday
dancer Among them were Dolly
THE WEATHER about four feet below sea level Saul, who hag JU.t been released on
Griffin la a tap daneet elglit-ireMild
ttt. Squire exhibited a skull good behavior from a court of .
OM4ir1 ta..ebw ree rt st owl ehNep brl found In one of the Bound It had. crime charge Both, were charged Leeks In the floor of the Municipal Alice Finder In an acrobatic danced tijl)

gop.ehnret autte". Itanetesd rroride.s .. been there *o long that the Band with being' drunk and dlaorderly. swimming pool hv been rpahmd *- Ruth Pedrmn In a toe dnno and ;4

pep Tee,.l Tnoi Ie Ps, ybJan. had elidlfled Ink and It had t* b* After JoknV escape two hacksaw. and It will be filled Monday, Marjorie Ilotodoy In g tap dance. ,

1 .- .. i 46 20.02 chopped loose from ether KUdlfled blades were found In his eelt Police City Engineer J:. L. hook said yew Dr. Charles Northern, biochemist }

Jan, 1t __ T1 44 30.06 and la the mound. The forehead Committeeman B. C. ChrenleUr bed It....,. for a group marketing ferllllier ma I

$ al 60 wa low. knowing small thinking capacity been asking. for the erection of a The primary purpose of the worst Urtal derived from colloidal phoe. :

Jtaw,2 TO 64 but the far bone were fence te back of the laB to keep *ut- will b* U car the newly laid concrete phatea, addressed the meeting, ,

an. 10 71 40 60,14'Tail. larg B* exhibited the Jawbone Men away from the Jail wtouMw* aid It wa not known yesterday The Mitt meeting at the lm"rev*. :

It ._.. 60 60 60.11 of a camel found In Florid and eellnaltd through the bar of whkb teals or whether tile pool would be open went gaeoclatlon will be held Ik the :

r ;ask, 11 .."._-... 24 21 10.12 I* lit yells oM. arms can lit nppi t* priaooera, In swimming Monday, same pie ett Jn. It. j I

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1'1.1 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday., January 18,
.Beach are pending a few day a( Un a w. Drlgger.. Hr\ .. "'JIll

.JLORIDA CITY the bom K,Mf& J..IF. f.ttMr I Mr*. E. L. Caveador and Jim II.
Mr, W. W. ScTcry Correipondent Oraham called on ikn.In u K, '
*. Wm. Knight Wte4 from hospital reoenUr.
and JltoundHomestead
Friday till Sunday with her mother
Joe Doxw .la at present acting at
Iin In Marathon and other relative InK A. D. real Who I* tormUig
station agent for the F. B. C. FUtt-
.y Wett. Tam a nl Trail spent the week
road He replaced A J CaJlowa/
1 her with bus family.
who was tranaferred to PttenUra.
Sam Dodd left Sunday for Memphis -

after aa extended visit with Mr. and -..... a A. OeFreei
T. B. Cherno of Hlntor.w hi* brotherlnUw and sister. Ur.' pent Saturday in UlamlL. II:
nommommiam ; Va.. and two Children an expected and Ur*. Jo DOXM A Fennell apent Tuesday thaMilkFedFryers
Mrs J. O vVyBA Vrati. Mr. O*.. to spend a week with her ha*. soon to Join Ur. Cfthernour
k>nd M..., A. p. (i. dln of Atlanta band. for the ret of the _n. Ura. Maud Whitehead returned
taTe oom 1% ttSoA (be rt *f theinter Sundae evening from a two-week
/ her* |" tbd bop that the Alex MllUkln of T.botV> nty. Mi, Fred Perils of West Charleaton. visit with bar and Cer.FatteaedFRESH
climate will ut>r'S *<.. Hardln' has arrived. to spend the winter to Vt. arrived Tuesday for abort .later. Mr. and X.... A. B. Langham
fceartb. Homntead.Ura stay at big horn here. and family In Key Weal EGGS
.............. %. FEED SACKS
( MISS Edo Jt sty \Va fM boom III O- B. Fuller Was In Bom Word has been received by Ur. The Rev )(. C. BaOcw win com Mra. c. W. MeEwe
J at her base at gMt Awed drive stead Friday visiting friends and and W.... W. w. Savory of the deathof I* Florida City to hold quarterly 19 N. E. Ulh St
sitar beg t VM .*.., removed soon her brother and aUter-bvIaw Mr. Bee B. Price. Jr., on Thundar meeting services at the Free Methodist -
t, after Chrl. ',"a y 'S\)4IOW4 to b* and Mrs. C Ben Plummer. of teat week at his bows In Pittaburgh. > Church Monday. Tuesday and

able to retiM M bet touching duties Pa.. after a long IUn_ Ur. Wednesday night
; la the Neva Pits Cooper School Mrs. r A. Tapptmoa and her and Mra Price occupied the Oe*. i
.. diufhter MISS Katbryn. both of
next week. Hr J B. Sotnmeraha Todd cottage on Tenth street lastwinter.
been sudrdtuting tot her.Un Summltt, N. J.. bar eons to visit NARANJA
f "'--"'- Dire ppreon'a an< W.... IL Ii. Urbane, CormpoadnitMr ComparePONTIAC

Syb''l|- th n from her burner Paint Roatle for two montha .
bopre '? drive regular meeting Monday afternoon Amos Etherldg waa In
Into a bou \ V rinks fnor Saturday Kendall hospital a week suffering
Wm Thayer baa added a balcony ID the town balL Mr* Herbert
Hunter was' elected treasurer to from arthritis
w to big Sylvia Terrace cotui.
,I succeed Mr*. Sam Woods who had
Mn Rhine' Apra of <}raa.d Rapid, J. T. broth )f.. and Ur. Valhalla of Home-
Dychee expects a bad reilgned. Those preeent were:
Mich. Is vtoitin ,Pet .In la* and .
n .. stead and Ur* Rhine Bolt Mrs.
and niece from savannah to spend lira Felts Schroeder ,)I. MaudWhitehead
daughter MM tit" /. Mid Mrs. Frederick Volbeda' mother. Ur' and Mr*. O.
Sunday with' him at him home Oil )I... Jeae Cave. Mra
Volb Redland road.
J M. Pollen. Mr* Herbert Hunter.
Gordon McDonald dinner
*. Job )*\yl ed, Jr.. and littledaughter Mn Robert Scott Mra Sam Silver were
) '. and Mra J. R. McLeea 01 and Price
fl' guests at the horn of Ur. Mrs.Graham Quality andPerformance
Jtsdoli. 'f 1111<1.11, La, arrived Burflolll/ Ontario Canada, who man. Mr* Joe Dos Mra. IL Sunday. 1
but ril'hf. tar .* tw..ontb Brocket, Mra. David Snow Mrs. B
In the E.
... an F. Collier, Ura. Virgil Bird of Ul
visit with U. >tarfl,W, brother-
A EnnU home have moved to Miami )lro. Carl Wallace and Mr*. Kingof J
in-law and Mr Air. tend Mrs Jack amt Beach. Mia' Marlon Robertson,
Beach for the winter. atveraivlaltor Coral dablek were caller In Na
Polk and H"r t'vls I Meter. Mia Miss Gladys Sharpe and
Gladys IIh....,.. Mr. and W.... F E. BoaweD of *. ranja Tueeday. I

!I ti I Oreeniborough Ga., apent Last week Aubrey Andrewa, a nephew of Mr. j With j
t Mr and krs. .,ton and Ura. with M.... BovweU'i Mr* Boyd Cohernour I* vlalUng and Mn Oeo. W. Drlggen, was In !
( Vivian ROdfC.. v Xilaml *MiedMr and. abler. Mr. and Mra. J. R. relative In Miami this we k.Ur the hospital from Saturday till Tuesday -j I
Rodg r' bVbvHnlaw and Cbamblln of Homeetead They undergoing. treatment for apjpendlclU I ,
al.ter. Mr lied MfB! J. X>Pf, Sun- returned home by way, of Tampa and Mn Virgil Bird of.Miami I *. I \
: day the Others
and the west coast Saturday. VisitIng -

.j 1 Mr' and ll* Rorrt Miller of Mr and Mr*. Chambllra at the
; J......*. Ontario.+Goats, are .1__. .ante time was their daughter, Mr*. HOMESTEAD MACHINE SHOP
:.j *1 this weak) H ifHnd a month withMn George Flaaagan of West Palm
'r Min.f, t0u"in., Mr and Mn Beach, who also returned home Sat- and know
J. A. McN',|l.Mr urday. Cylinders Rebored-Tractors Repaired I

2 I .. T> \f. Ct iVn s), whose wrist Hamlin Brown dairy specialist Lathe and Shaper Work-Acetyline WeldingArmours -

wu broktik JAil I "'''," he flipped of the Florida agricultural extension i What '
J OD the klt,ft'>, floor of hr horn ervtc, who la In Dade County this

and Taught pot afin |\th..stove, r. week to organise dairymen In herO
ti injured It 'roodaf when i the llppd mprovtt'.nt work through. better
on the Met ,tb, but n. serious' loading and breeding, a* a visitor $50 More
: eonsequengs ire o poted. In Homestead WedneadayA. .
Mrs Heir J' dl sM of Jacluon- P. Brooke ef New York City
\ villa srrivoi Wet ieeoday to spend visited Homestead Wednesday aa a
: the week With her broth.rlo-Uw : guest of hi. brother C. t. Brook of Will Buy

and ...tor. }ft, stud UM. a J:. Edward Miami, and hit nephew J. R. Brooke .
*. of this city.
IG Cft
Mr. and V tb.omD. of Miami Mr. and AI.... Walter E. Blount
spent tH\ /Mk>tnd at Anchor of Washington, D. C. arrived Monday Following are delivered
Lodge OrOyt \itA M* Sydney Cop- for a vlalt of 10 day with Ura.
pint Smith *iid hr nw.. it Blounfa slater' Mra. B. H. Edwards Makeflu' rey prices in Homestead:
Broa hurot, of FlorWa City and with Mn. Edward1
-"'-- eon.In,'law and daughter Mrad Ji J
Mn ft Blllleb win leave Mn Henry Brooker Jr'. of BestB i
Iloneetaop ltotoidel: tot BIak.I,. lomMtead '

To tK People of Homestead:

r : :: We Appreciate Your Business Couoe $780


f o JJ.S''owefj: Kerosene 4-Door Sedan $OOU OOA

i sow It ntH HOT WATER, 3e

i it? a..tt4 WI" HEATER Ii/vpuJ--I (Knee Action $::10 Extra)

ai via have 9ktM.
+ zit wit $1 8 flvemrerk wish(erbium keeps yea eeimeetly me -

... .... ..asd tI ** It make You regret year bal
wi .... etUctioe. But there b a* |nee werk who yM Me PONTIAC 8
t =::. pot. a ""--110 CROP rertiluen. Mere ikw thirty.tlr .
elite yeanelwceMiful ass la Florida ku timotinted .
$ Wt. their crapuaia value $920
4e95 11'\. Many of Florida"11I. grew a have..*. Costae
$8.93 Upnreluboard seemed that Anowrt BUG CROP rmlmn"Mke
Irery Acre D*la....." Taail way they are lefn 2-Door,. TkefaramlM for Aratear KIOCHOr $965
t TOM IIINIA another Kitchenettei .. Sedan
Fertilizers are adjuead exactly Florida
.., ""' ''Ir alnk with bark
In 41
1 S 1 ns Inch.* lung,pk-r no* fitMnte spay Plant. bed elnail takes Out ky |rwia| $1020
l a H' cem,.....< Sedan
aad arf ally WtaMtd.
Toilet fe\u. whiter $13.50 Cat. 8Mr'lIIO CROP Ftrt Jiatn thin year Ce
pars your erof vkld,fear crop quality tad yWeranfiitwitann -
h Sall9S M J slf_ >lulre. aa* etker iamluMfyen
1 Flush 'Baits IM Jg., feed I). ,luve .-. Teall knew they Inm your ewe
Toilet" eon'.i Water pipe, eaveritaca,why le away growers say that Arm ur%
%I?*.II' ihrooes Wilk ambogaay Sam esrfe/W Yew r-
110 : Atrt'D* la
out(% t ,ialeta. asst-- .trw4".tt..4 t
$6250 S15.00 ?=; anything: yen euadgr AlMOVH, r1IITILiZZII VOLES'

1t"I year eels wM W) J..viIIe"Fie. .id..Mief ..
MANY OTHER BARGAINS eh4gstbtt', ......-...'-' Motor Co.

quick Deliveries from our Local Company

Piuwbing Dept. Store Inc. Operated Warehouse Buicks and Pontlacs j

G. M. FRICK Field Representative
839 V.'Filler St. Miami Fla t

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I4IIIUIIUUiIIIIIIU1111iIllllllll1mR1nfl tier*, will be.'Ie International day
SERMON. 'TOPICS held by the Old Boosts M D4* 1
County. Homestead will repreeent
20 Years
jan. to-Morning ofrmont The lag u* with conga folk dance, etc I
{ { Good Shepherd." Al erenlngoenrlr Tbe girl working tor the drenmaker
- Carl Wagner, principal .( badge are to ,bar their not books d I
liar bans DM! Mlnrbif I,. Aka NMM. an l..k.. Mr. RodUirf Farm Lit School, win ready Jan. tl. to be examined by
h... .-.... -......rM. .....Hm..wd.. lets, (peak.rnyer. Mn. Frank Webb. Girl Inbhlna -
- r ... south Florida ....... or.. services Bible study ofDentrronomy. minstrel badge meet at Mr*. BklU,
...._ .
tile 11.I. j
CoalIt. N... 1.11.-was Jan. II. The troop a* a whole II
J ....... with 1M son""W Lao" as now working on the pathfinder I
a.. .-............ J. A. Ross CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH badge.
Mi. II rears I
-- Jan. .o-Leseoa sera on rabjMit"IJfe. The drat regular meeting ot the 3K I
*. ", 1915.: ." Archery' Club will be Tueedar Jan j

-"MM. W. J. Kroroe chairman of HOMESTEAD: METHODIST II, at the gymnasium unless further
the Red Crete donation committee, OURCIIJan. not ce I* given. Thla will be counted ; Pillsbury's = !
report the net proceed of the Mil SO-Homing Messages M a regular meeting for ncout
= of grapefruit donated by the grow "Why Unanswered FtayerT Martha Ck>a* announced a partyto $ I
i on of the Radland eectlon to the special mule by slicks mire direction bo given Thursday night Jan. U. 1 Flour 24 lb. bag ::1.9 i
: Woman' Club and marketed by of Irving Lyon. Erenlngmrewgr by her patrol at ber home. The oAieitra ,
; them to b* 1111.17........Only through : "Finale.* met at Mary F. Arthur
the generosity ot many Individual Jan. 14. Oeraldlne Reltl will be ,
1 and corporation ha n bn made PRtI'"YTfRIS nintcithin. nest bOII_
: possible ton our email elub. lo ju 20-MiHnlng toplei. "......- Guests preeent were: Miss Don. : Cloth Bar
thl turn throtfglt the tale of fruit else His I.UM"; tvreilng topic! nell. and Miss Archibald of Miami Sugar 10 Ibs. 47c = I
at a time when grapefruit bring "'TI.. I'nlyiicMMs i.f the Christian ..... Dexter Horn and Miss Thleeen. -
almost nothing a box. Brown and Rfllglun". Scout present were: Mr*. Skill.
Beoorah of New York: conducted the Alia Webster Elizabeth Bklll, Mary : Irish Cobbler 1011)3.
o alt end M well that four boxes PIRITrAMST TEMPLE OF France Arthur, Geraldine Relta
1J ware,.old at no..' each Ill boxes TRITHJnn. Mary and Anna Moon, Martha and I
tH-At T:4J lecture and f i Potatoes
bat .00 each, I crate rdonat Edwina Close Elisabeth Mctlwaln 15cBattle
healing by Dr. Myron IL Poet
and mid for 15 ofr Meh. Chose ; Lucille West, Bonnie Belle Meyer,
nmcagr* by the Ker. Sad Hob* Naomi Davis and Hvnrletto Hart
and Co were untiring In their effort
j to tarry the work through to a sueceutul eon.lyceum Mini claw Mary of Miami Olson Spiritualist and the man. : CreekKrusty 2 prigs.

close They made liberal Temple l of Truth will b* present.t The Other Way Hound
donation of thn. services, and
t I Daughter "I wish you would l Bran
) money The Western Union Telegraph I make allowance for Jimmy' 1I1t1..hortoomln. 21c r
Co. transmitted all menage GIRL SCOUT NEWS ..."
tree of ehargTli :
Woman'sClub Br Hcnrlcit Hut_ Dad: "I'm not complaining about I
b particularly fortunate la his ahortcomlngii Wa his long stay. Rich Creamy 3-lb. can
baring Mrs. Krom chairman of this,
commIttee a* no other woman Could Jon IB, lets
no successfully have bandied the I Mia Dorothy Donnell of Miami : Snowdrift 53c : !
many detail of soliciting and mark visited. .*. she told at about the
etlnr a carload of fruit" International Olrl Scout and Girl >. -. I

I -"Mr. and Mrs Moffltt. Rr.. and Guide chalet In Adelboden, gwlUer-. : Golden RipeBananas 3 Ibs. :
I daughter arrived from Virginia. Jut land. Four girl out of different 1
week and are rlaltlng 3 B. Moffli' region art chosen to go each year. P
and family. They will remain for They must be golden eaglet couu I EGenera :12c :
and between
/ some week the age of eighteen i
-"At the annual town election held and twenty-one. MlM Elizabeth
hut Tuesday the Itth of January, Tate who I* a personal friend ol o FANCY GRAIN a lbe. T.N.T. LAUNDRY a bon ;,

the citizens expressed their choice Miss Donnell wa chosen from this RICE ..........................2Sc SOAP ........................10c ;
.f those nominated at a previous district last ,ear. She brought I
mat m..ttn..nd the following I with her from abroad a game which : PEANUT Jar PRitH ..apII,. :

have been elected t* till the renpeoUv I w*played. It I* called a oboe game : BUTTER ..................29c W. ,POWDER ..........12c
office: (of mayor, Frank Barb and I* sung In French
KM: councilmen O.: M. build, W. J. W. also bad a visitor, HIM Catherine ] IIERSIIEt'8 ..... p... a raga ;

Twee elL both baying been on the Archibald of Troop Twenty, 4 COCOA ......................15c SUPER-SUDS ........25c : (
old council, and J. B. Moffltt; city Miami Shore. Her troop tied with
clerk, 8. B. Livingston; and city the troop from Coral Cable for Public.Utilities, j NO. I. CAN 1 .nl SALTISEIb.. pII. :

marshal W. 0. Bryant........" honor at the camp In OJu bald TOMATOES ... .........25c CRACKERS ............17c
"On Thursday afternoon January during the Christmas holiday aomet-.! Phone SM-U
Tth, the W. I. C. met with the MO.. During the but week In April t
tary, Mn. Frank Skill In DetroitIt j i
was the annual meeting and the I SENTI'COFFEE
following officer/ were elected: prod- (LVafaaMz Panlnuz-

dent. Skill AI....: secretary lehmael; ,vice Mr-presldent.Mrs. T. P., II" lHlicio .lyDifl mat 30c ;

Brooker.......... *b, Vacuum Packed
"Jacob Fucbi who ha been \'lalt- 19,5 ,
Inc his uncle C. T. Fuch and family .
this past week return to his homeat Jot DIIWN (Bull) 1 lb. II-jltOWN!: I ha g j

Milan.. 'Tenn. this week." SUGAR ......................15c CARROTS ................15c :
-"Mr*. Potter and mother from
Connecticut arrived the latter part j TOU.TO hi. bottle IIO\JtHT&\1J: : ..... e

of lat week and are now at hometo rt.S1 KETCHUP ..............10c EGGS ...................... 45c : .
their friend In their comfortable :; .. I
and convenient homo which Mr.. riSK 1 raM \\'II1T& Platte) ...

Potter bad built In readiness for SALMON ..................23c: BACON ....................18c ; ;
them. We welcome them a* cltl
REIlLA\1J: do. P'HF.iSII i' :
ten for our rapid growing city." lit.

(Florida City) ORANGES .. .. .........tSt HAMBURGER ........15c 1 '
-"HIM Ruby Hunt was elected TJM Iowa of 193S fixh wwrt grown ting '
princes from this place and ba 1 Ideal Fertiliieit than Over before .. more 1 Sliced Breakfast .
named a* prince, E. R. Craven, and grower* anticipating top-auolity crops from I I '
are repreeentlnr Florida, City In the deal. for ilized grows and li.ldt, Tkat'twRV BACON
1 i big carnival now going on In Miami many .growers ma end recommend IdealYou v I A I Ib. 31c: !
/ Uuw Hunt u one of the moat popular f.ltill.i .... v I d ,

and. attractive young ladle of post prosperity) In tear toil when MOI tupphr -
......" Creamery lb.
our city (Florida City) your crop with Ideal Fertilixtn. To* put
Kliitifi anted plant food when year tree and plants I Butter : 34c f
OUR NEW cm oin>Bet It Into quality CropIo Start now to Print
groom yovr fields and groves fore profitable ; I
EUGENEVAVE yieM. UN Ideal Ftrnluati 1 Swift's Premium Ib. f: '

MACHINE I (String( Ends I
Only) :l.9c 1

II equipped with voltmeter and .
tuna knuro safety tat .e
quality work In the following' Fresh Ground 2 Ibs

I CROQCnONOLK8PIKAL EUGENE Sausage Meat .19cj: _

: f::: w.: aprrtieO
I todirect i Milk-Fed
COllOllXAnON$7.5H6.5$5I.50 IE A L for .......... each \
I ..,.,4i.. IIiI'r bee""" ,.
'- ... tiad proper feeth" ofcraps. Chickens !: : 97c
Operator *f Beauty Parlor 'Write fee, ,
: MISS LILT BROWN Oohs en Citrus FreiM
:1 Bad v..bIe rrotluc.

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Parlor ,
A JPjy&8 JDUgXt Homestead- and Princeton
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NORTH LEONE ATK. MILLER T. MERCER Manager, Coral Gables Branch .


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i Page Four THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, January 18,, 198& ,v


j ,.I' At Realdrncai T..... M4 ..(.
Pliblillllll4JaT' (I Plot Little 1
Meat, true ty me few!* D4*Hb- BT Bets L" BOW yBWIIAJ14p3 1tb7-1 1J t* 4 p. .. rkap. ...". ,
Coral Gables offices UU Ii
Ilrhing Us.
-- V! Bird Ponce 4* Leon Bird., I to 11 I
.n PePSI beloved book character. W..r
( BEN AMCHCItEdltox ,"AV. W"_.. The tr;api H,. in I* fraaale. several copies ol !bee, and I to I. Phone Evl-reen IS f

I Entered .. eecand Glass pull wad:,u.l- 541 1-t:-.. books every rear Told UsThat .
( tatter WercH l(, 111, ft* O* pool Don't postpone reading "Old
'i' .tgue as UoniMlMd, narbta, under Sow tr I* MMMthlnr t. think Judge prleat' too Ion*, there h apt w -
I y the act of Wan .. 11*. about: Burfc; Adam waputlr at the U be a run on that book pretty
f. National ChrtatM ,ruin, who fey _.. Oils bought some lovely the school principal who DR.M.A.BERGERDentist a
sun. PRIM SL- .4 nun moor room' h.4-ken" II yornW.tiscNire4 bootie for the very little people the rushed outside when a eerlala local -
: i racmlly. M "Tba Heed tar ether U" We catch them youngat physician crashed M the floes In
.bin chair at the P-T. A. meetlnf.wai .
Clean JournalUm" Dividing tinprM Our library; we like to have themgrow
{ THE OOODVESS OF COD Dot going for medIcal| aid or
Into three trOupe excellent up among book The very 36 N. Krome Avenue
Br. Ir. Mm. J. CarterI'm for relict from a sudden attack of
good to fair and fair to poor. Mr. little folk are awn able to aetoct. the
h j thinking today of the goodness Adam Mid that In his opinion books they like. They have their I mol da mar but was only\ trying to Upstairs I!
.C Clod, ,then was only see paper that tod own took dark, and lone beforethey bid eqnvuMona pf unaeemly mirth.
f I How to tuna His correcting ana ctiaetenlng t* the last *!..* That oat to the can read themselves, they e e e Office Hours ?;30 4:30()!
f f rod. Christian Bclanca Monitor. Vary know what thy mat t* hare read That a certain young printer OPEN Enmwa,
j For It heal u It amity and male. few fpm tit placed In Class 'Two to |hem. lA'nd they soon learn to waan't Interested In 4 '
t pun M It coe and no paper In Chicago did ha rate UM book marks, too. m.n. En Una fcwaue h. "didn't like thou PT "fTOJNTMJmDR
I And MMIMC the will when III* hlrhM than CUM Tb.... This kw child .la In the second grade tie ha* foreign ra". ."
\ tainelM ptrelta fow) turf wilt. given at the Aererp' }Ulla his own, "Borrower Card", and
Waman'a Clu". Chwgw stranger are always surprised at e p e
; I Do III/ live for Hl glory and thank the little children checking In and That a wen known
W. an ....braU... Mark Twain1* young R. S. AIRS
( Him Seth day cntnarr. and (or the next tow out their own book, no fro*"! Homestead forgot to attend her :i
Thai H* deign to accept of this res. up to Interfere. W* have a copy own
bapllam fluaday.
month. In bla old borne In Hannibal,
eel of clay" of "Bllrer Pan nl..". Borrow this DENTIST a aOres"
For If* ".rn0W8' people. Wanr of you thinkof chlMren.Mother. new" I.. m. to I p. .. ,
That the calendar ot a local fertlllter
Twain only a a humorist '
And will add a rich bleeelnr where.over
factory depleting the charming Closed Saturdays ,
I but If you want to raad aomathlnvvary I
It (oe* fine and lovely read hla "Joanof i (from atalrcaae): "Tommy, candidate for a nudist colony
,\ An" and then read Ma 'LlttraryEauaya tor goodneea' cake, turn off Ibat10ud..Ir.rr' I went out of stock faster than oil Open Sundays 9 to 12
F"arlda' of heriliiaMe heater did when the
Cereals art one ," freeze hit betelast
This cede Ovation will
>no t ajatarat ....,.. continue month--and In the opinion ofmany 1744 N. W. laTH 8T. MIAMI
unto November '0. 80 !you ,
Tommy: 'But mother, this Un't
the calendar
-411 might serve to
will tiara of tint to read
plenty says
t Ont third ot th* area of the eon oral of his booki. Tom Bawyerand :the radio. Thin la Mra. gown good advantage In another shortage PHONIC): .1111
tlnenfal I'nlted BalM| la forest or ,come to see you."-Caah Year. of heater
Huck Finn art among our beetIlew
potential forest mad.Oalntanding. -

I "If Blinjieapear were hen today, I Husband: "It Mw I fa Took a strange It thing, Better Food Store

ha marVable would man be a" looked on la a re the but true moat, that beautiful the biggest have I I II

t "Y.. he'd ba mora than lot years Wife pleased- "Oh, what a flatterer > el raraar AN INDEPENDENT GROCERY
I, i old.-Ex. i you are. darling."--Ea.
: Specials for Cash Only

't. Grove Owners, Picnic Hamburger- Dry SaltPlates RIB Chuck Best Roll Beef r

<< Hams STEW Roast Butter LIVER

We Invite Your Investigation

Ib, lb. Ib. lb. lb. Ill.18c .
ii ib.
.BQIItADE'S proem of manufacture; insures

f f!! a healthier, more uniform growthfor yoar: trees iSc 18c IOe sac 36c 15c


: f: We would appreciate the opportunity to discuss

: # your grove problems with you. Oversea Jar Campbell' 2 cans

Apple Butter 9c Tomato Juice a :15c

J P A complete line of grove fertilizers and Insecticides Oversea
2 pkg. Tuna jan

it always available.SOILADE, Pancake Flour Flakes
\ 19c Fish 14c

IW I Post 2 pkgs, Osceola can

,: : Bran Flakes Z3c Lima Beans lOc

Inc. Del Monte lb. Diced can

; CARL F, WARNER, Agent COFFEE .3Xc Carrots IOcOseeola :

}!'t Phone 27 S. Flagler ATC. lb. Macaroni or 2 for

Homestead, Fla. COFFEE .:.Zlc Spaghetti .15COsceola

No. '2 cans Calumet Baking pn4 pan

Bartlett Pears 16c Powder
. Z4c
1,1 Learn Music the Modern Way
Dill 4 for
f.M qts. Octagon Soap or

17c 9c
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% lb. Premium
RICE Saltines
3 Competent Teachers SUGAR Flakes 2 for
5 lbs. 24c cus 29c
a 17c
5 lbsq

f Annie Mayhcw Fitzpatrick I ONIONS .... 9c CELERY 25c Sweet

W Graduate Oberlin Conservatory and

Z Conservatory of Leipzig 3 149 13c CARROtS ,. 15c CABBAGE ..' 3c 5 1 Ibs. J4c


GOOD LUCK .Margarine lb.
; I '> tedland Road, Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1422 !f ABCa;

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l : January. 18, 1935. THE ENTERPIUSE Pajre

TALKS Virginia Brandt"feers:' "" In* realdeopf" at *t A9 bj ffff'. Boy Crushed by Trade '
Speaks Here Next Week Neay, Mr. fyaar aanuic+d To'wl'J{oS})ittl Soon ;

I ?1 ON FOUNDER OF thla The week.Chandler hoes baa been eontt Ura t.Brady and Mr* Martin war Cugeaa UMt, I, eldest chile at ..... !

Vhfftrt Brandt Borffi fatr ef ,...... and will lit operated by Mr. flag bearer and. Mr* Coke and Mr*. W. V. tott. oi i A W. First !

} the church of the Open Door In and Mr*. Robert Nichols who arrived Ing chaplain was "' \ tlMtaII'l street la eipcM4 t* ba brought Rhome
' 1 LAW OF NATIONSHugo Miami who ha* been heard In "Medi Jan 10 and have been the vices held by four grave soon from the hospital where

tartan Momenta" over WQAM every guests of Mr. and Mr*.. Neafaer. UrNeaftH tab Royal Palm, Bougainvillea and he has been receiving treatment for I
c Sunday morning for several yean, and Mr. Nichols served In Coconut Orere, at Blaoayn: Temple I bruises at>4 kidney Mttri ra

Grotius Also Really will be heard In Homestead at I p m. the wun medical unit of the United In Miami Tuesday night Mr. oetved when the rear wheel fit a

"Paradise Thursday, Jan. J4 In the Neva KingCooper States army In France during the' Alice 'Walter, alee, ttlandcd.Local I oa* driven by C W Little Passed
;Wrote Lost"Says School auditorium. Her World War. over Urn. Mr. Little was backing

Minister subject will be "How God Answered I out of at. garage oa the opposite aide
Col W. E. COOper. ranking medl- Epworth League
Prayer or From Deathbed to Put ot the flit from that whir the
ca(> etriwr of the air force at tang-. Host to County Union kit.. Tb
: ;; pit Overnight, boy was playing with a
i Th0 work '' teaching' of Hug ley Field, the commanding oflcarof
fn Berg, b said ta be one of the rear wheel Of the car wan oa the '
'._ Orotlue, founder of International Mr. Neater and Mr. Nichols In ; ;
outstanding woman orators of Ameri The Dad eopwortll LeagueUnion
a Uw who was born In Holland tap Franca, paid them a viol laat week
ca. Her father1 name appear In held Its monthly meeting In
Jill wa the subject of a talk pad "Who1 who |lit America" a* a when ba was In Miami for th* air I Homestead but Bight In the Sunday : Easy fltasant[ Way
1' by the Rev Frederick Volbeda, pa. mow. He also visited Dr. M. D.
Ch.utauquaeotUrH and author of I school building of the HomeeteadUethodlat :
tor of the First Presbyterian Churchof several bacfka Hartman who was the oolonel'i church I To Lose Fat
Homestead to the Lion Club of college mat at Vanderbilt Ualver-1
In the leetur to b* beard here 1I After a buelnee meeting and a
c the Radland District Tuesday eight, sit. 1I I !
he win narrate several episodes In program conducted by Mia Antoinette
In silver Palm.A her life story Including her low of I Maya. prtaldeat of the local Epworth i How would you Ilk* to toot M

Writer of Latin 'worse" at the faith la Christianity, her recovery of w. 0, W. and Circle league, the young folk, nunvberlng pound at fit 'lit a month sad at tanearn

0< age If nine Grottos at II attended It again' after fir* yean of Invalidl Will Install Jan :24 t approximately 110. went to I Mm Iporeeee rW .argyaad

14. university at II, edited And rarlaed l* tram a broken hack suffered laaa ---- nil *lct
r : the work of Capetla Outstanding aJKWent, and her call to preach feint Installation wrvlc will behold church parsonage and enjoyed How would roe Ilk tf loss your

I authority on Uw of that day, tit \\ Her appeal I* aaW (o be to all d. bx the W. O. W. and Royal game and refre hninte. double okln and your tot prominent

> bad his doctor1 degree sad at }lwa mlnala and V all classes of Potnclana Circle la the Uaaonlo hall abdomM and at tot earn Urn make

a lawyer, theologian, 'u".4- l lecholar peeple. Che wIll speak one night at I >. m.. Thuredar. Th Circle TO SPENT INTER HERB your kla ao Olson ana lieu that It

-j" Mr. Volbada laid. only, There will b* no admission numbers, hostesses for the evening.will Mr*. Amelia "-. PauUnly *f Hern* will ampel admiration t

.. f,' charge or free-wt)"| offering bas a short business session stand 1'&., for 41 years o missionary Get aa the acala today gad *e*
The forerunner of Milton
r aa Igreat at '.'G. In the Northern Baptist Convention, how mMck VM weigh.-*ba get aa

poet.,"Qotlu Mr. really wrote "Paradie Shackleford Returns Th district manager of the circle, arrived Wednesday to spend< the II cent bottle of Kriwchea BalM
loaf Volbeda laid. "Mil
Mr.. Myrtle A Dept...., will b* (be winter with Mr, and Mrs, 0. I, mfrfca will lilt you four week
ton just rewrote It. The II ,..,* From N. Y Auto Show .
Installing officer for the circle, and OanltMr Take one ball teaspoonful la a glass
I war was In progress and Qrotlui she will be assisted by a drill tea a paullnly and Mr*. Oault are of hot water every morning. and
wrote a pamphlet In an aniuccei- Returning Wednesday from the from Miami friend of long standing and together when you have finished the oontentiof
tin attempt to make Portugal keep New York automobile how, D. L. ,
'0 :Nn Florence racettl presided. at they ware Instrumental In buildIng thla bottle weigh yourself again.
out of It. In HIS he wrote "Th
Shaekleford. president of Redland the nioetlng Thursday of laat weekIn and founding the Hungarian' After that you'll, want to walk
k' Law pf War and Peace which laid Motor, Inc. reported "tremendou the absence of the guardian Ur*. Mlanlon In Homestead Pa. Mra.PauUnly around and say to your trt.ndl.-

down the principles of International attendance." H. E. Altman. who was vtslting( In spent II yean a* a mission "A quarter poun$ Jar of Kruachea

:":law and made him famou Among "In the period *f the show which Georgia. Mr. Besets Brady, Mn try In Budapeat but for the put It Bait la WB.IB on* hundred dollarsof
( *the things ho laid In his book wen: began Jan ii Hid ended Jan II" W. D. Coker and Mm, arab Martin yean baa been In Homestead Pa, any tat pereon' IIOP""
A nation hat steals from another,
Mr. Shackleford said "4,000 Ford were named a* a committee to be In !She' speaks seven language fluent Leading drvgflata America oversell
whether money ihlpi, bay land or car were od! at retail at the how charge Of arrangement for the In. ly. | Kttwchm Bait
1'whatever l It !., that nation to Jut
It wa the first time In II year
a* guilty ai a private Individual who
that Ford ha exhibited at the show
steals from him neighbor' and "Other
because of the old Beldon automobile
!1 nations should com to the assist
patent exacting a royalty for every
once, of a smaller country that ti
car at the show. which Ford would
being unjustly harmed'_ principle
not pay The Ford Company recently
that was not recognlie4 until after
won a suit It had brought
0 the World War Orotlue also laId
against the Beldon patents to Mop
:: Might doe not make right'." "
.. collection of such royeltlee.
Tb Lion wilt move Into their
y I'f new Clubhouse with the first meeting NO BIRTHDAY BALL HERE I

In.' Ftbruar*, 'Which will be a Because of the fact that the

ladlea' night President W. O Teli people of the Redland Olntrlct war

,bott announced, that the furniture, recently called upon to take car
JIO table and 100 chairs, gifts from of their needy through a Chrtitma

I* Miami firm are atored at Coukle cheer dance-to which hey reipond4 .

.waltf'" an aanptatlao, at the ban* geaereuatyMerer P. B. BN

[lag. ,of Homestead. \Oaf Informed the ......

mitts fer the birthday M for the tta ....
:Memorial Service Held president. that lilt "pal) will be given
hers M Jan, |o, Nt hat pitiwn
For Mrs. G. B, Maynard of this district who feel able will cooperate

by attending the ball of

br A memorial service for Hra O. B the Miami area.,

o, :Maynard who died Jan. I wa held The mayor'* announcement wa
+ In the Florida City Free MethodicChurch made after h* was Informed h* had THE
but Sunday eveningMr been nominated a* local birthdayball new AEROTYPE CROWN
chairman again this year.
tj *, Edith Tamblyn pastor of thechurch ETHYL
n, made the opening and doming vaporizes (turns to gas), at
Palmhurst Inn to Have
: prayers. Ur*. William Brooke
paid a tribute to Mr, Marnard, and "Annex" in Silver Palm low temperatures, giving instant

,, feeding were given by Mn Clara
Morton, Miss Helen Mllburn Ted The residence. of Mn Bybelut Out-Climbs starting with continuous maximumHighest

Walker and Harvey Newton. Mr.. Chandler, corner Silver Palm drive antiknock rating
Lloyd Diets sang two solos and and Tennemee rood will become an aver offered for land service power. Judge AEROTYPE

V hymns were lung by the connrcirntlon. "tan ore" of On Palmhurit Inn, rent -no carbon knock
/. I hotel recently: established I In the Coll-I CROWN ETHYL only when unmixed -

Complete vaporisation pro with other fuel I,.,No increase

Kilgore's I ducts-lew all crankcase bower-no djudoo.OutCldsses dragging. in price-sell* for only two cents a

gallon more than Crown Gasoline.

.,\, Squash and Bean Seed Ha lha. fcltneat *pa ific/ ..
fleas ever applied to motor
: ;.; faaotine. "-- I

1. Is produced in northern seed growing fields from Out-Ahead 0 J,

;;( pur own stock seed, which is carefully bred and Virtually gum-free-no

selected after under our own personal gummy or tricking valve to
t year year, cause ton of power,

a r supervision for your protection, so that we our. j

selves know absolutely that our Squash and Bean Outstanding CROWNETHYL ':
t, NEW fucl.-
t 1;' Seed is the best you can plant. like Positively and awadftgly a superior

la gasoline heretofore ,
0 It (isn't what the seed costs; it is what/ it returns I old.any

.0 in increased yields pf true-to-type, uniform

ji : frui( that counts.

Don't be misled with talk about cheap seed.

J s Cheap seed invariably produces a cheap crop. FOR .YOUR MOTOR.b


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i Pa 'OBiX.THEI.EADERENTEIIPR1 ;E'--o"-----...... estl fiJaalu J.Si.1935=....- ._...

MRS LAMES GIVES SUPPER .tea4'\t d7 clitimJmeetfntie t 1i Inn's r* *VllrW.'V.: .C "'VMtliuJ 'Ja" ...

PUTt FOR MISS VAIJKRA PITCH Jennie Lobdell. I I church. 1

A birthday buffet supper ww rir- ,

I .n for HIM Valera Fitch by bar alp.

: 1 Social Events I Inc.Pink tor, It.... A. L Lanier Monday .v.n-

and whit roM were used In

the decoration and the large white

oaks bore seventeen pink
TWO BRIDAL SHOWERS Edwards! Mr. and M.... llollleter birthday

CPI tS: FOR MRS. HIIIWSir Sage. Mr. and II.... Dexter Home.Mr candle
Dancing wu enjoyed, and later
Marvin Shaw who before and Mrs. B. L. Lawrence. Mr.
the attended the theater. .
bet mimlugo rut month was Miss and Mn. Russell Horn the Her. group .:; (
ThoM preeent were: Mr. and Mrs,
Lead T'rrderlcka, was guest of honor and Mn C. N. Walker. Mr. and
Lanier, HIM Dorothy Deden. Miss
ut a 'mlwallaneou shower given Mre Omilt Mr* J. T. Vann Mr*.
Lola Connor Mini Leila Bullnrd,
fcy Mime Cora Mae Grover and MlMfcmiili. O. A. West, Mra. T. T. Bowen Mn.H. .
Miss Elisabeth Sever, Joseph Oaue, >
Krederk-k *t the Fredericks Collier Mr*. West Mn. Brandenburg
John Rkrkard Ernest Bishop
tome Friday afternoon. Mr*. Summerlln, Mlse France one
Kentiler Foals, Lewis Johnson and 0
Mian Hernias Well* won a prime Edwards and H. E. Cooper. 1
Mint Fitch.
for |xu-king |hf honeymoon trunk"


,'Brlie for "famou quotation" The FATTIER: MiDONiU 0V BIRTH ANNIVERSARY:

ho io.w served salad, crackers andJ The perlahonsre of the Sacred Mr.. H P. McDaniel WM inert of

onee* Heart Church honored their pastor, honor at a limcfeeen an4 haodkee.I ,

Those Invited were: Mr*. Oeo.Oanu the Rev. Alfred McDonald, Monday chief shower given In honor of her

.lr., M.... Joe Walker, at.... J. evening by giving him a surprise birthday at the home of at.... tee

L. suirborough! MM. Velma Shaw party and linen shower at the horn H. Lehman Friday by M.... Lehman I t

Long Miss Clarabell Smith Misses ot Mr and )I.... M. 8. Btudstlll on and Mre fcdw. 8t111....

Alice and Oran Hobson Min Pearl Flogler avenue. M.... F. 8. Bcherr Thou iireeent were! )fr.. Frank

Whltnker. MHO Helen Lehman Mle a former president of the Sacre/l Skill. J.ra. J. I. Turnage M.... J. H.

launltu Clark. MIN Thelma Fnnch. Heart Club, presented the linen arid Webster Mn. Fred Redd. If....

MIN Loin Connor Mia Allle ]Rltch.Mien a substantial offering from those Lena :Knowlei., lor.... Frank :Hue

Thelma Rhode, Mia EvyleePetllnner present. M.... R. E.! Aepley, If.... C. :J. Par- yourCouqhirnmediaWArSK.epBT /

MlM Jennie Tower and Father McDonald responded with man. Mn. 0 J. Hackler. M.... Carl

Minx Welle.Mm an expression. ot appreciation for his Deden, Mr*. Tom Brooker of Miami.

too. L. Murray and M.... C. flock that by generous sacrificeshad Mn. Lehman Mrs Billing and Jfia. YOUR MONEY BACK

E Pone of South Miami gave .. helped to make poaalblo the McDaniel.

shower at the Murray home recently building of a new church line 1111

for Mr*. Shaw. A miniature bride the remodeling of a rectory and clubhouse The Calendar

and groom stood under streamers and the beautifying of the ,
which reached from the cellingto
church ground TheDixie
Jan. II-Benefit card party at I
the floor and the preeent were
The following members of the Helping Hand clubhouse at I p. m.
I placed it the feet of this bride and
church wen present: Mr. and Mn.Btudstlll. Jan SI-Dr. Falrchlld' talk to
I The gueet were given
groom Mr. and loin W. E. Koon Garden Club and Wcman'i Club of Dru
shoulder bouquet of watt Pf'U.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pane Mr and Homestead clubhouse* at ':10; covered
The guest of honor won the prime
Mr. Ceo. Swan. Mr. and Mr*. John dish luncheon at 11:10.
In a movie hlghllghta" contest, and
BcanellU Mr. and. Mrs T. Dlnatelll Jan. Jl-Bebekah meeting at I Your Rexall Store
Jot,* r. Q Shannon of South Miami
Mr. Scherr, Mre. Fred Whiting p. m.
the prime for "packing the honeymoon -
Mrs, Don Ferreyra )rn. L. Walker Jan. li-Ag club meeting at home

trunk". A salad course andIOII' M.... W. C. Roberts Mr. Oeo. Bar- of Dr. and Mn. II. Wolf Flagler Ave. at Krome
.. were earved.Thoe I
cu., Mr*. Mlnnerly Mr*. Spenser, Jan Educational program in
Invited war: Mrs C. T.
Miss E. BrooVer. Mle Beraflnl Orifice Redland Community Church. _
Harper Mme. B S. Beam Mr.. M. D.
Ml. Bessie. Roberts, Mlsaea Jan. II-ArnM Club meeting
din sheen' a,... David Frederick,
Ruth. Catherine and Helen Bteflanl. with Mr*. W. V. A. Robertson In
Wm Cillren.nllnt., Mn Lawrence
Will M. Lynch, Miss McHugh Miss Florid City.. ,
: 'Becker Hra R..L Scott, Mn. Frank
Mary DlnatellL John Trainer: Qeo. Jan II-Corporate: communion of
I Webb Mrs. C. W. McEwon, Mr
Brooker Frank and Joe Orifice.Tommy Woman'I Auxiliary of., Episcopal
Tom Thou, Mr Edwin Hook Mn.M. _' '
Pano and Frank Pano, Jr. church at 10.10 a. m.
1 A:'Swan, Mn. Annie Butler, Mrs.R
Many when who were unable to Jan II-Eplaoopal Woman' Auxiliary : s
B Edward: Mn. C. H. Shaw
attend lent menage ef regret covered dish luncheon at 1
Mrs T M. Harris at.... V, Ire Har-

Ma .fi' Mn. Ellen [)end,., Mr*. Goo, o'clock.
MIAMI CLASS ENTERTAINED Jan. tl-Woodmen'* Circle In-
Bmlili Mra T E. Kirby. Mn. H. O.
Bf MR. AND MRS. JOHNSON tallatlon.
'l'h IIlInun. Mn Henry Brooker Jr.
Mr, and Mrs. Howard Johnson entertained Jan. 14-Homeetead Home Demonetratlon -
JohJ.. R Rutland<< Mn. Long, Mn. I
at their home Jan. 10twent.four Club upholstery mating .
81.i nnon Mb Mary Jackson Miner
member of the Fidelia at 9:10: In Baptist Sunday tchoolbuilding
I Llllinn Rhode. Mia Emllle Frederick i I I 1 1 1
Sunday school clan of the Miami i
and Min Client
Riverside Baptist Church and the Jan. 14-Joint Installation of W. '

:. MR AM MRS. C. CAMPBELL paator. the Rev. J. C. Sims and O. W. and Royal PoincIana CircleIn A Spectacular Sale of FineLINENS
Mn. Sim.
KLhlllUTE: ANNIVERSARY Moeonlo hall at I P. m

Mi and JoI.... Claude Campbell Mn. Johnson I I. a former member Jan Presbyterian Woman'
of tIlt ol***. 1 Auxiliary meeting with Mn T. Paul
ante a party at their home
Haley In Florida City at 1:10.
evening In celebration of the
MR. AND MRS. liMa Jan. 14-Redland Ladle' Aid
sixth anniversary. of their marriage.Danrlng A special purchase hundreds of needed items
ENTERTAIN FOR GUESTS meeting with Mr*. Thoe. Brewer. .

I j upper of was salad enjoyed anndwlchei, and a buffet and Mr. and Mn. Frank Hoag entertained Jan. H-Redland Ladle Aid at worthwhile savings. Compare these prices!

coffw wa ....rftlt.Th. with two table of contract rummage tale In building formerly

stints Included: Mr. and Mm bridge Saturday evening In honor of occupied by Homestead Music Store.

'I John II....".., Mr. and Mr*. Wllfordfinurr Mr. and Mn, Stanley Maxwell of Teh. 1-Buelnea* meeting of Episcopal .

t Mr. and Mr*. Stanley Olaen" Miami who wen their guests Satur Woman' Auxiliary at E. H.
day. Hlner horn
all or Miami and Mr. and Mn. A.
} It ttlnman. Mr. and Mr. GordonW Playing were: Mr. and Mn. J. It. Feb. Jtedland P.-T A. meeting

Ivet, Mr. and Mn. Elbert Reed, Brooke, Mr. and Mrs Maxwell Mr. In school' auditorium.
and Mrs. 101.... Feb.. I-W. M. 8. meeting In
: 1 Mi unit Mn. Russell Home Mr. Hoag, Sybella Chand.

i and Mm E. Scott Jr., Mr. and ler and Harold Robert Methodist church.
:r nil : Feb. 6-F. L. T. Club meeting In
Mrs V .n Jr., Mn Owenolyn fv's
I. O. O. P. hall at I t
p. m. Ate
Moore, Miss. Frances Doreey.Jamvo .J
Feb. American Legion Auxiliary aS 1k
Bird and Mr. Brown. I MEETS AT LOG TAVERNTh e t.
J! American Legion Auxiliary. meeting at Log Tavern.

: Kt'TUMI HOUSE WARMING member made plan for the booth Feb. t-Supper Club meeting at

'i GIVEN BAPTIST mom I they will have In the Fruit Festival H. H. Bluer horn

:. Mr and Mrs. J. R. Rutland were : when they met at the Log Tavernfor Feb. I, I, T Redland OrangeBlossom

urprlved. Monday evening by member luncheon Wednesday. Mr. W. festival at Woman' Club

+) of the Baptist choir who cam H Sheffield presided In the absence of the Redland A Linen Cloth Set $3.98
Feb -W.. M. V. circle meeting
"t to give the new Rutland horn a. of miss Rutb Fox. the president. .
Feb. 1 Redland community sup Formerly priced $7.23
house warming. Those preeent were: Mn Tom
f Mill-liKk cbth. sod ill I0 to.nth aspklns, hen Wed hemaw4 meads
: Extemporaneous stunts were given Torbert Mrs. Alex Hemming, Mr. per.Feb.. II-Homeetead P.-T."UIII' for .... A snpwlot iulltr, fine ktoxlwd linen In handsome XOM and Sad
f; by the surprising party and several W. U. Owen, M..., Gee W Turner, patterns This Is H evUUiadlac *Hnini imusMS, uk Miles I

1 musical number O. 1, Qault Jr. Mrs Frank Schneider Mr Feb. IS-Woman'* Club ot Home- LINEN TAILS CLOTHS. Fonurlr Milt LIKEN KAPUKH. ronMrtf
and Mr. Rutland played violin *olo* Lamar KenorVk. Mr*. L. a Rug- ID M a Tl>Tt.Ma steak rm ll.4 for I Pun LlnM napUa

I. with plane accompaniment by Mr*. glee, Mr. B. E. Altmen. Mr*. Frank Seim Llnw,l Mill dimuk larks la quiet lun been! kenstltrlwd lllMr kkwelw, "so te a to knwlrflntak a.w

( Tern Summerlln. and Mr*. II. L. Rue and Mr*. Sheffield If,.. L. SIX for

1 Brandenburg sang atone and withl' Walker of Gould Will a visitor.Mr. I Permanent Waving 1OO 91c

Mr. 8. L. Weet. I CRAIN Pas...
and and L. Croquijrnolc or Spiral eels J and J.'N.a"t; 'Ch..r.rk Alp LUPICILE :: IBM yarn.sole. .
: Punch cake Bendy wen Mr* B. ShattiK-k.and .. or.'smom. 'rf tt9pCsew. .. ,I. .n..rea slot" ,
' wit ":
brought by the nurprleere.They Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Port spent Sunday Pais' cloth, Stan and':i.:;. 44.44. and taut .....I-arcs wfa11 iii'Ua"

;I Included: Mrs and Mra, R. R. with Miami friends.THERMIQUE II $5.00 $7.00 astWe% =.oldie" M with "rye.

1.38 lie

f AND ETBLASH TINTING saw ..... -wa.l.e Val." .. br $1.40. Pare Union creek: c.....
a tleeedneh. sloth. a MweaW Hun wn61 w ,...... sad eta sahlm.
HKATKRUCSS METHOD or WAVING In .. ow-pt sails time .uI..,. tint !. view e> wllkor ..-....
TUB rfRMANKXT' Plague Waving--Waal* gees: ........
Croquijrnole Spiral Combination $6 $7 Maakertag-Marctllag 2.98 Sic

BOAFLES3 OIL SHAMPOO HAND AND ARM MASSAGE By exp rlee>ce4 operators Sean Street FloerII

FINGER WAVES any style l -10e .,. ... III.
MAEI sow some Steens.Itaurt .
1 I' LIJ.1.

Pat's Beauty: Parlor $6111 ......

Manager.-MILDRED PATTERSON. eVc**** Floor Hem Bldg. SHOPfEFtowere --.,. too 31j e M Isla aft

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\ --- Friday:. January 18, 1935. THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Pure Seven

jte" b' MIce Virginia BJgi,
:*JIADDITIONAL s SOCIAL EVENTS Ilkr PriolBsaM4.. liaroea MenJotOaui
Oat... aatoItlt'nla.: CLASSIFIED ADS
' "iii _-
MM, Otha Hackle aid Alvin Bin I IFOR
THREE: W. M. S. CIRCLES Q. Adam. )I.... August House Mri men. j
I HOLD JAM'ART M KT1>C9 Anna MeMennitth, Mr*. J. F. MoItaUuutta RATE lint Insertion 10e a lips: auboUMt Insertion.
.'Announcement 61 the di.trtetmeeting .
t > II.. Brew, Mra. Ana F. U T. fUll HOLDS 5o a line,
of the W. U. 8. to b* held strong, II.... Turner. Mix BatettTurnar. REGULAR MEETING
at Trinity Church In Miami today Moses Pauline Md JeaiCaltUM
The F. L. T. Club met Tuesday
was made at the meeting of the Tow Tan and Ralph MCJollougb SALE BTBIJABMB WATCH REPAIRING,
Mr.M ..
night In the I. 0. O. F. hall.
circle In Homestead Tuesday titeiooon. W. H. Wood, MoCrory Arcade.
.IU* W1a.Ai..* Thelma Bad .
ford II.... Edith Bailey, Mrs. Gar RHODE: ISLAND eggs fur setting
circle On mat at the home oMr MRS. F. A. ARTHUR HOSTESSTO trud Capllngor and JoI.... Maud film Satisfaction ;.......taed. Mr* OM. REAL ESTATEREAL

*. O. R. Brown. A new' leader UOMiM'8: AUXILIARY mans were appointed aa a refreshment Reason Slit King Highway' and .
and secretary will be elected at the The Womaa'i Auxiliary of the committee for the next meat Federal Highway.' U"tf ESTATE-Thoa* who mini

'. nut meeting, It..... announced Presbyterian Church held an all day Ing which will be held Feb. .. to buy or sell Redland District

The hoatta assisted by Mr*. H. CReed session at the borne of Mr*. A. F. A visitor, !ofre. Barrow and five NEW HAMPSHIRE Red' Barred real estate win and uptodallisting .
: served refrwhmenla.Thoa Arthur Jan. 10. 11 In our office Many of
en In the for member. Mr*. OoWl Wolfe Mrs. Rock Hybrid pullets Tao each
present were Mr. J. E. Ds noon out blanket and bandages Cora Bell Ortnold Mn. Bailey Mr*. week old Jan. II. For all days the** listing* are atlll at sub-nee.

via. Mr. Harry Mere, Mr F. Flow were made tote sent to the Annie Flora Compton and Mr*. H B. Beat only. )I.... C. W. McEwen. It N. met price \V* shall appreciate.
a., Mr: *. D. Smith, Mr. Mollla: 'Wingat Edward Memorial Hospital to Lu. tie. were preaent.Tha !II. 14th Bt (}11.11) either your Inquiries or your list.Inge
bondal. Africa Attar luncheon all of which will have our
*. :Mrs. I. D. Redd. Mrs. Rude.Mrs. I
H. X Surfer, Mr*. H. C. Mo- business meeting wa held and a new executive board ot the PETUNIA and Larkspur plant; 1doa. < I beet attention. Now la the Urn

Less Mr. E. A. Emus. Mr*. N. QBall program was given. Woman' Missionary Union of the a Josephine Pratt 100 N. K to buy. B. W. Morris now associated
with H. A. Cameron N. W.
Mr* Oeo. Ramon Mrs. Brown Member present were: Mr*. Tho. First Baptist Church held Its tint lit Av.. Homestead, Fla 011-11 St.
lot In Citizens Bank Bldg.
and lira. :Heed. P. Haley Mr*. W. Maxwell Smith, meeting Wednesday at the horn olMr Phone 12. (olltf
Circle Two mat at the home olira M.... H. 8. Wolf. Mr*. J. R. Hick. *. J. T. Venn. Present war: FOR ALH--Good Fwdwn tractor

C. m Little,and Mr.. J. A. Mo- eon. Mn. J. M. Holferty. Mr*. D. 1\1.... 8. L. West, 101.... Julia Polk. very reasonably priced, far o h. RK.IOK AND GROVES

Nell presided.. After the meeting Pan-In. Mr*. Frederick Volbeda, Mr*. )I.... Frank Irwin, Mr*. W. K. Lewis C. F. Conner, Homestead (pjli;) CHARLES L BROOKS specialise IBRedland

I Mr*. LIttle was assisted In serving L. O. Rugglra. Mr Thoa. Baird. and Mrs. Vann.MIST I propertlea.Iurchaners .

,refreshment by bar daughter Miss Mr*. C. Ben Plumraer. Mn. McL. OOOD USED electric refrigerator are In MIAMI I an Hat
LeoJa. Smith and Mra. Arthur. Homestead Electrical Shop. (dlttf
with a broker you know 1,(> be a
Those present were: %In. C. M. RBDLANDa BOOSTEH.

Bryant RKDLA .O CLUB IlitHrtmr FOR SALE-Mule $10. Can try bet Send your listing with lego do.sorlptton .

PLANS *us. E8TITAL I day* & II. Fitch. (did) ot land. price. tvi mi. sail-J

101.... Vlvan Booth M.... Cecil Walker The Woman' Club of the Red send postal and I will call. or tlv* I

Mr*. J. B. Davis, Mr*. McNel lands met at the clubhouse Tuesday SETTING EGOS, Mow Hampshln full Information to 1. ll Wick)
I' and M.... Little. to discuss plan for Ita Orange Btoaon Red. 11 for I L Mr*. Preston IL Brook, Homestead
The Young- Matron' Club or Clr Festival which will be held Feb FOR vOUI' NeALTM'SSAKa to*. OouM. Flau (Pf!) CHARLES' I. BROOKS;
ale Three met at the horn of Mrs, I. I and T. AI.... Goo Turner. Jr TAKING YOURPReSCRaPTION 111 N. El First HI Miami I

Casper William 1\1.... P. B. Blr< presided In the absence of the preaident TO FOR SALm-sa"ln. machines with South Atlantic MortL.>>.,' '1'0
had charge of the devotional. and .n.1O and up. Machine for rent

i' MlM Jennie LobJell led the misstate Present were: 1\(.... Wayne Calk- II and |I a mo. C. P. Baucom .t WANTEDWANTED

Itud,. Ins. Mr U. E. Martin Mr*. M. J. Booth', opposite F. El C station I'

Those present were: Mr.. H. PMeDanlel Brownlow, 101.... H. J. Armstrong. NARMACvroe (nit)' -La
: Mrs Dan William Mrs.IL Mn Frank Btlllman Mr. L. G trams Writ details .>nd price
X Brandenburg, Mr*. A. A FOR RENTFOR I
Rugglei, Mn. Oeo. W. Turner Sr NowtItfAA Box 111) Rt I, llonifston.l (pill)
KoerJIn. Mr*. J. H. Webster Mr* Mr. :Nellie WHIdln, Mrs Clna Stew Kt
'/iI:: 3 at Davis Mr.*. Oeo. Sonnlchsen art 111.... M. A. Baker and Mn LTN'3DA RENT-Nicely furnished apt I WANTEU-1ISI 1911 till

r Mr*. J. L. Ballard Mr*. Bruce Ennla Turner. t eT3VI Reasonable. Inquire Western Ford. Will exchange n..1 l ,at<. for V

t Mr*. J. J :SIcLendon Mra. 6ti/ / STS union. umr) am*. B. W, Morris II. \ int.eron'a .

/; cy Bawkln Mn. H. L. Brown. 101...,. O. Ke WRITE THEIR 4 office, Cltlien Hut. B'.iir .
Bobleg!, 14.... Howard Mr*. Bird, OWN CUB SONGS FURNISHED SLEEPING room to Homestead.. intone 7' ''I.-
Mr*. Casper William and Mia Lob. The 0. K.'* closed their contest 4 fi' rent. .. F. Matthew, II .. W. I
dell. for an original olub song at a meet Ird AT. (nIOtfl .... >> >> ) )X((( C' III
Ing held at the home of Lester Archer

BRIDGE!: LVNCIIEOX entry received the moat vote for :.. .

Twenty-five were present at the tint place, one of Allen Smith'* wa .; rUNINO and repairing

benefit chile luncheon and bridge given second place, Belle Smith' entry U'k"f.. Good used piano for sale cheapW. Adults 13o: Children" .I0oMallncr
party given by the Weman'i Auxiliary was given third place, and a '''' E. Koon. Ill N. W. Ird 8tTh 23c and ine
of Bt John' Episcopal Church special award was given to Allen (8UtO *

In the Future Farmer clubhouse on for submitting several little songs r

North Krom avenue Wednesday. I that the club llkd. Friday January I*

Jlrs. I. B. Qauaen wa general Roll call answers, U usual were "Check and recheck; WILLIAM: 1IAINK- +
chairman and Mr*. Frank Hamman : nation' brat and iheapeil i
and Mrs B. H. Hlner were In either riddles or Jdkea. Bingo and the drugs to be used. "Tlie Marines AreComing"
1 baseball were enjoyed In the playperiod. Horse and Male Feed
charge of the table, and Mra. P. B. No error shall ever occur

Bird, Br., of the prlxea. Mia Helen has
Those prevent were: Mary Frances Such care
Lehman Miss Ellen Huff and Ula $2.20 a Hundred
Arthur Eunice and Carol Walker made this pharmacy a
:Roe Cave aerved.
Dell Smith. France and Peggy llrttor and chiwpor to Added Comedy and (Viriwin
Those playing contract were: Mr*. synonym for In E-
King, Billy Clark, Ted Cheyney, Allen Ford Than Raw Oats
Given Victor Mr* Frank Hoar, .
Smith and Lester Archer. SCRIPTION DEPEND Natnrdny January l
Mr*. Miner 101.... T. J. Faust Mrs.H. .

C. Klchola. Mr*. Frank Schneider, LEAGUE IS ENTERTAINEDAT ABILITY. Miller Feed Supply Co.dowers "Wake Up andDream"
Mrs. U. D. Hartman and Mr. J. R.
Brook Mre Victor won the highecore
The People'* Service League
prlae and Mr*. Hoag, the low. Toting KroMM (I Bad St.
of the St. John' Episcopal!
Those playing auction were: Mr. With nt'HS (.'1)1.!'Ml!"'
entertained at the
Church were
". T. R. Doyle, Mr*. A. O. Raab Mrs.r .
home of Mr. and Mn. H. W. Johnston Hrawiti's MiutrtMl musical
Frlta Jackson, Airs. C. H. atetTanl
Wednesday evening. Cootie ., ronmlyilraniaAdilrd
\', Mr. H. A. Cameron MrV.: J. HOMESTEAD

i I Clark Mr*. C. J. Parman. Mra.Hauaman. 1 and Those dancing present wen were enjoyed.MlM Helen PHARMACY JOHN 0.BALLET POST NO. 41 : ""'....1". ttraiuliw' and

'. Mn. Oeo. N. WaWfcld, AMERICAN LEGION "Tu,. Hhiipnex"
Lehman, Mimes Carrie Belle and
G Mr P. 8. Bird St., Mr*. Oeo. Frtek, Meet Brat and third Wednesday

: It. E. Bchuff, Mr*.MF/'n Dyal, I p. m., American Lesion Bldf. Sunday and Monday, January (....
*. Elizabeth Fucha, I Ii (old pot office South Krom Art.
i'. and ln. tee Lehman. )Ira. Schalt i Homeelead, P'1a.Edward. "Grand Old Girl"with
t, won the first prize Mr. Jackson '
: the second and Mr, Steffanl the A Doctor MAT ROBHON

low. Glorifying Jim An,,-rl4an schoolHLttirr.

Entertaliiiiirnt fur rtitlre
riltBfllES PLAN TO GIVE: Stiling family

Plan tar *n educational programto Real Estate Added: "On Approval and Madwla

be given at the Redland Community General Insurance t> Vagabond Travel Talk also

Church b/th Redland and Florida art thousands cl doctors In this FLORIDA CITY, FLA. Late Path New

City community church Jan. Cor Palm AT*, and Avis B
of them
nation but what wouldn't flu just one
II were made at the meeting of the Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. 11-2
Ladle1 Aid Society of the Redland when sudden sickness threatens a member cf your

church at the home of X.... Qeo. family "Smoking Guns"with

W. Turner Jr.. Thursday of last
In inch a crisis, folks Instinctively turn tl thttr telephone, KEN MAYNA1U

week. to MV preeloui tlm*. II ODe doctor ll not In, It takes but t few :.

rummage seconds to tall another. But If you had to lurch In person, or I Eif'i1 'Cheating Cheaters'with

find cblljlnf neighbor when telephone could ui', It
avenue..., M... Fritz Jackson I* an yen
chairman of the I/'mmlttee/ which might Uk too 10"' Cosmetics and House- FAT WRA\

consists aids of Mr*. August Heuer About seventeen millions of Americans today have a telephone One dam laugh after another,

Mrs Oeo. W. Turner Jr., and 101.... hanel,. They evidently rat t service which U mora hold Specialties

A. E.; Barnes, valuable to them than the null COlt, or they probably would Added Teunlry Fair", aaOswald
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I Page Eight _. THE tEAI1 ENffeRPttlSE Friday, January 18, 1935.t ,

Complexes Averted in Children Homestead High Playa I loiseh, MIll I* Uotnest abaut two with hr father hire Olsen wa a
IR. {months ado for Hrs. Olsen' health worthy matron ef the Order of the
In Island
and were living In the W. B. Koon Eastern: But
Ity Wise Employment of Leisure apartments III N. W. Third street
:. Homestead High school's basketball
(1'1I. OWn, a native of Denmark ,
{' (Continued from Paso One Redland to Play Miami Future team Farmer left this truck morning for Key on West the leave bookies hr husband one little I .Mull! "I : .,..
tM audlenoe Their scheduled daughter who returned to Chicago
And Beach Teams Next where It will play the Monroe
numbers cams early en the program
County nigh School tonight Ttt. **>
4 but after the speaking they graciously
) day the locals will to Fort Uudrdl
yielded to request and gar Redland will play Ida M. Fisher go
.j ,; a closing "pip band" number High school at Miami Beach tonight to tackle the strong FlyingL'S. YOU WILL SAVE YOUR DOLLARS HERE
In llll M:*. And Mr*. Marlor played and Miami High. In the Miami High.
t for five month la a bagpipe band gym Tuesday Homestead lost two gamed during FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JANUARY 1819CLOTH
) the past week, the first Friday to i
at the Chicago World' Fair Mr* Radiant bst a heartbreaking
Ponce d1 HIT and 1
Marlor featured Soot. to Miami Eaton in Redland Leon the otherto
t WM a woman same
fish ban drummtr.Mr. l.edey.: A free shot In the final : ....Miami. High In the Miami gym Sugar ::: J C lbs. Z4c :
a game featured by the caging
minute of the
: Mario, a Scotsman by birth play wa* deciding
of to foul shots out of II bf I
t i. lit and and former leading trumpet violinist and In vocal the*left o1.,- ten point.of his Mullln tesro's ot point Redland end Campbell mad. the draw*!.*. CORN FLAKES, 2 pkgs. ...................................I5c I Ii

ties Band cf the Ith Highlanders' five to lead tb. Redland scoring.Loturlrhrf the The Ponce "B""B"team won from i OCTAGON SOAP, 6 large bars .........................2oc
,- Homestead team In
It Brlirbach and Warren gains
t Regiment of Toronto sang two ot
that was close and hard fought all i
mail six each for Edison. I
's y his Scotch ballad
own compositions: a .
z' BlmlihV Thru the Olan", and Friday, the iUdlandlte won over the way T 1.WINTER. RICE Whole Grain 5 Ik 23c
a Scotch comedy aonr, "lit Never It Patrick High. School of Miami ,
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Forget the Day I Joined the Army". Beach. 11-15. Redland led all the
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kin, ton ot the If Mrs.Hopkins Manor Studio and director of II Her early Friday morning on thl COFFEE, Fresh Ground, lb. ...........................We
SeminoleA way to a hospital Was sent to Chi-
Music with which Mr. and Mrs
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} selections! one of which wa "()b.
constantly changing scone forms She and her husband. Anton E.FAIR ,
feet of My Affection for
the background for "Wake rp and
ft kins.orchestra rendition by Mr. Hop. Dream." the Universal comedy with MEAL, Water Ground, 4 Ibi. ...........................15c

The, second grade pupil. of Mr*. mualo theatre which on Saturday come ,to Jan.the Seminole II, with 0 B oeTHE CRACKERS, 6 boxes, only ..................................25c
Thunna presented a. Indian play Room Colombo Roger Pryor. and ;
let, "Little t'fly Faee." which they June Knight Catherine Douert and *
Oramatlaed from a story In their Henry Armetta In featured role STATE FAIR e Lard Swift Jewel, 3 Ibs. 39c
reader Each pupil had designed' The story opens In 4 theatre In

according the costume to which the little be or Indian she wore an,I Atlantic theatre where City a switches musical to comedy another laIn tAMPA IRISH POTATOES 10 Ibs .............................lie

as nouncer. Jack McMlrhael gave a rehearsal and noon afterward la CIGARETTES, Any Brand, :2 pkgs ...............23c
reading, "" Child' Philosophy". transferred to :New York whither ,
Mr*. Cyal presided, and the protram Columbo, Pryor and June Knight IIBIGDAYSIIBIGNITESlOASPARILLA
was announced by Mr*. Ban member of a mall-tlm vaudeville COFFEE Del Monte lb. 29c
Archer, program chairman "act", flee when one of their number .
e At a meeting of the executive become Involved l with the po PIRATICAL FESTIVAL
+ board of the annotation last FrI. lice. MONDAY FEBRUARY 4K bANANAS, Extra Fancy, 3 Ibs. .....................12c:

t day. tin.of the Dyal Lincoln reported library the for furehwe the- metta!Soon! these character with Ar AGRICULTURAL WORLDS MOST AND IIAUTIFVL CITRUS SPARE RIBS, lb. ...............................................I5c:
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high school and the signing of a EXHIBITION
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w contract with the Yvonne Pare Pro. make the acquaintance of )Miss Dou- COMBINED WITH BACON White Plates Ll7c
during Company to put on a play, ct. and Andy Dffvlne, who are PANAMERICANEXPOSITION ,
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