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:
February 1, 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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Source Institution:
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:
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33835104 ( OCLC )
AKP5867 ( NOTIS )
sn 95047482 ( LCCN )

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Homestead leader
Preceded by:
Homestead enterprise
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Homestead leader-enterprise


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OPEN ORANGE l Farmers Them Told Remove How U.Foreclosure S. Will Help Cloud I SELHIELP CO-OP HERE GETS t

BLOSSOM FETEAT10TUESDAY I How the government wilt kelp-;;;: scribed and that a trusts be appointed CHARTER FIRST OF ITS KIND ?

serving turn debtor to remove thethreat to handle his affairs, briefly ; ?
of mortgage foreclosure front a* follo.a"Immediately:

their properties by adjustment of upon the appraisalor
composition of their debt to the mu fixing of the value of the farmer's TO BE GRANTED IN FLORIDA
tiul satisfaction ef the farmer .nj state, the trust. shall agree to cell
creditor or by>> a virtual. moratorium to the debtor any part. parcel or all ,
fop six year wa explained Mondayat of the farmer' estate at the appraised
a meeting of the Dad County value upon the following terms Men From FERA Rolls
Prominent Men on Program commute at the farm debt adjust. and condition: Movie Paper to Become Here Plant 30 Acresof H.
for Annual Red- meet Commission of Florida In the Redland District News
Payment ef 1 per centum InterMt -
Miami office of County Agricultural Vegetables :
land Event upon the appraised price within
Agent C. H. Bteffanl of Homestead. one year from the date of said ague The Holland District New will TO SUPPORT SELVES I
Benjamin Axleroad. Miami attorney menu make Its Appearance In Homestead :

STATE SOCIETIES IN who I* one of the United Btate I "Payment of IH per centum of next week In place of the Seminole SUPPLY WORK CAMP L
STUNTS WEDNESDAY conciliation commissioners for Dad Theatre New, advertising organ of
the appraised within two
price year
County appointed by Judge Halsted front the date> el tald agreement. the local pictutre show, which has Fishing and Canning to .;.
L. RItter of MiamI. explained that been printed for the past severs Be Started at Lttle( ; .
Payment ot additional IHpw
Sponsoring Woman's Clubto a*
proceeding Under the month In Hollywood but I* being
Serve Famed Din- by which tarn debt adjustment centum of the appraised price printed this week In a plant Installed Later DateThe
ta made 1 divided ettbta three year* trop the date ot by J W. English of the
possible, owner rt; .
ners AgainThe bald agreement"Payment charter Redlund Oh
Into two part. Seminole Theater on the second .
tricot Florida, Kelt. Help Cooperativearrived ,
ot lit additional i floor of his theater building.
he ..
"Th first laid an offer In Homestead Weilneedity e
annual Redland Orange Bloom *f composition under sections 14 and per centum ef the appraised price Mr. English will be owner and addressed U the president T. B I

Festival of the Woman' Club TS of the bankruptcy act To designate within four year from the dale of publisher ot the Redland District Kirby It la the first to be grantee I IIn

of the Rcdland will open at 10.10 this a proceeding In bankrupt aid" agreement.Payment New, which will be published every Florida and cover a broaili scope I
ey, however I* erroneous, an under of a* additional per Friday. Tul Tully, formerly with of activity than that of any other
a. m Tuesday on the club ground Dm i
of the price within
tent appraised
these sections of the bankruptcy act the Hollywood New, will b* editor of the federally sponsored ru-opera.
and m the club building, corner Red- five year from the date ot enldagreement.
and and Hob Jr.
la avoid adjudication .
the purpose to an manager Glenn tlve of this kind. f
land road and Coconut Palm drlvt In bankruptcy In caw, the composition on of Mr and Mr*. Robert Glenn of With money advanced by the finl-
Thurt- adjustment offer I* not Payment of the remaining Unpaid Homestead who also come from the .
and ontlnu dally through or oral government, the local .el( help
da> accepted by the creditor the debtor. balance of the appraised price Hollywood New. ulll operate the coop already hue ID acre on the I'll
"'Itbln six year from the date of
or farmer til** a second petition plant. East glide planted to at lent 19
ni David Fairchild. director etf said .
which bring him actually Into the ---- varieties ef vegetables. An vegetables .
the i 'lilted State plant Introduc- shall be paid on the appraised -
conciliation court presided over by need at the of more
tlc {irden* at Chapman Field and price and unpaid balance of LOAN PROCEDUREOF camp
the conciliation eommMuner than see veteran who are iitiiilorodoa '
,fuI.9'. it Beckhan ef the Dad It
the appraised price yearly a* so-
"I* this proceeding II* fawnerasks
Co ,\ mvenll court Will be the tares at the rate ot 1 per .....Iul.I conatrurtton of the Overseebridges
that his property be appraised. PRODUCTION and vegetables furnished *.
the beginning
ap i? v at program
It "on Tnewl. \. The afternoon his onttltutlonal exemption pro-1 I Continued oa fag Five) relief mil In Key West will be Mil

.r wkor Wednesday will be RII'JDODjjk"loJ. chased from the RenMand IKntrlct
< president ot the Michigan Potato Field Tours to Be AS N. MORE EASY Belt Help ra-op thereby .luinlng

State Society R. B. Burdln of LOCALS UPSET Conducted Wednesday not only repayment of government
1 tend* but k vk..rdlt for future fl-
Klaml prominent itai;>arl njntort: J i" -wi** t and- ...... ". "",.
Quickerfor twin
ownci and T J. WnRSTRetl DOPE 'AND''INj The potats 7 t nell Simplified Wing as
second annual A little later sctlvtlle. of the loot
'., at the Miami Beach Chamber ot Coming Year Is:
tour of South Dade County writ be .
... will be extended l" flxhinn
Commence, scheduled for Thursda -
) .I program.arc FROM I KEY WESTConchs conducted Wednesday by BteffunL County AnnouncementProcedure and to canning The object, Mr
Agricultural Agent C.
Kirby said 1s to take men off the
Tuesday* "'_. '.club. day and AU those Interested In viewing fields for obtaining production
I Ii relief roll and |Hit them In a peal-
large attendance from the Dad. and experimental plots of potatoes. credit loan bas been greatly simplified ties to help themnelve Earls own I IwlM
Cruutjr Federation ot Womea'sClubs : Play Redland at and hearing the various strains of for the coming year, and work on the farm or at fteb- .

1* expected. A communityprogcum i Farm Life Gymnasium seed, 1..thoda .t culture and Insect loans qU.1t handled great deal line or canning In givers '1ooo>It ,...- n
will be held at 1 p. m. Tonight control discussed "011 location". are more i than In ': past, V. 11 It" for the koifr k* putt hi. and I
With Wednesday designated a* all I Invited te assemble oa the farm of Judson of the Production Credit whim he can net get essb! toe his
elates day member of all the state J. M. Hotfarty at Buth AlUmattak sociation ot Columbia announced A.I tabor he MH get the value *t bb !
_:.tie* In Miami will com down Homestead High School's basketball Gardens at 10 a. m. Wednesday. the first annual meeting. ot labor In anything In the oemralNmi ;
In big bum* to stage ttunti. A bnot team pulled the upset ot the sew Among place to b* visited are holder of the Miami Production ot the OOH|>. Only men who have
fancy fruit will be awarded the sea In wmalngf from Monroe County the Mod strain plot of the North Credit Association lust Friday. FERA card are tllglble to work for
state society giving the beat poro'tOP'I. West Dakota Potato Growers' Association, '
High school el Key Wednesdaynight lie urged farmers; however to the eoop.
.,," R. J. Fleeman. president In the local gym, 11-17 and the tent plot .f the United States make their application" early aal Th cumnilwary of the lle-lUiml
of the Illinois society will b* hope to spring another surprise and Department ef Agriculture She fertl- get their commitment approved as District eo-op will be In the oki
la ;urge of the musical program. win from the strong Miami Edison liter demonstration plot of County they do not blab paying Interest Coca Cola buckling a W. ltwwad
Thursday ha been sot aside a. team which will engage the Grower Agent Hteffanl the Subtropical Experiment until they get their money. street. When the local argeaissilun I
Dad County day 1Lf. Johan- her tonight. Two game will be Station plots, and the field Director elected for the coming get In a position to exchange cons e

Mng will play several cla.lelcalpluo played. The tint, between the "B" ef various grower year are T. A. Feaster of Home modltlea with other t'OoOp' that an
selection a* the 1 o'clock program. team, start at 7.10. A moderately priced luncheon will stead. W. H. Owen of Goulds, W. peclaUalng In the making of clothes. :

Cash prison will be awarded tot the Key West will play Redland tonight b* served at the Holterty farm by II:. ....18.. J. D. Hawkins and H. H.Wedgeworth crop worker her will be able to ;
' of trait the beat decorated the Womn of the First Presbyterian .
beat boxeR In the Redland gynv Next Friday get a wider variety' of emmoilltle
booth and the best agricultural Tte.ll.nd will play Ida M. Fisher Church of Homestead. The meeting' was well attended. for their book credit

exhibit./ ef Miami Bench at Redland, not any by the member but also by The Redlw.l. ptalriot Co-oiwruIlM I
The famous chicken dinner served .. great many farmer Who Ore not will not he In competition with any
"y the Woman' Club of the Red- Homestead which had bee. picked DUSTING PILOTS member but who desire to acquaint established business" )II. Kirby

land at the Annual Orange Blossom to lose to the Conch, started the themselves with the credit facilities pointed out 'because only those wan

Tettlval will be prepared and served game with a revamped lineup and LAND IN TREE ASs which the association I* offering An have been on the federal relief nib
this rear by Mis Mary E. Leeda Immediately mad two basket, getting Invitation to attend had been extendd will be eligible to the
operator ot the Log Tavern at a lead that was never lost. This by the association to all farmer. work."
JrYlncelon. They wlU b* served was the first win of the season for ENGINE OVITSPlatierpantly Continued on Page Been) At the recent pigs gag held 1 to *t.

from U .. m. to 1 p. m. dally during Homestead. ganlse the ce-oiwratlv.
one festival. Carbonnelt was utat.e,Hng for Band Concert RevealsGoodAcoustics officer were elected a. follows t.

Speaking! ot the Orange Blossom Key West While team work was the ctedut 1 In 11:. Kirby., president Fred Fui-hj. t
festival this week Mrs. Seymour keynote of Homestead' success both Agricultural T3irds Gym vlce-presMent, L. 11:. Bishop secrftary -

pane. chairman of advertising, said: on offense and deC._ t In a..gain I ; B. C. Chronlster treasurer. In ;
between '1Hlla \< j ,J nscratcbai Fetes the University .of Miami addition to the offti People ot the Redland feel that "B" mroet.1J; ; buff event Ila l wave a
In time of stress w* must mike Homestead won. '.1. Jack Faulkner and W. D Thorn" to Homestead school pupil and Jor B J. Okie*. H. L. Cook Che*.
,greater effort W* are thankful I their In the gymnasium renUy i
morning parent
unhurt yesterday
Last night the Conchs. who spent escaped O. Turner and T. D. Plche.Ptchsisyupetdog M.Mr .
That our fruit ha been spared from Wednesday might In Hemastend 't4 when jpi4 Unaon plan*Jtjjjfib,UJTwere'iuilag .completed wife atuiltj labor o\Uhllon. and,
the. free*, and it ltln Spirit ot the various Homestead buyers' ; I* spread iuTpBil'dust it was found taut the building low Pucfl, U'laiiMtanr lu>MTVlorFENfelON .
out .
thanksgiving that people are lk Worth at Lake Worth. on an East Glade farm pancaked late SMIH practically perfect acoustic
it-bin their tin t* show U the played I. a tree-ted WM partially wrecked a*well a* waling eapaeUjr for.pur- : Lion TO MFKTClwood :
?JUItor/ that Redatnd" \* a pleasant Tuesday Homestead1 wig IG to after ttt eagtn quit a. the plan was ly twice the number of fiefeons that Thorn _tar, of tip
pl M te live In. We will make Hollywood to play the strong Riveraide flying clot to the ground to permit ran b* seated In the grammar school Miami Three Score and Ten Club
*v>n cffft to 1M our visitors tkre Military .4.ot"-r'tNm. .Neal 'I effective dusting. auditorium.Prlncltj will be the prlnilpal lejieelii at tile
pleasant day." Friday It Wilt play Fort Lauderdale The two aviator came back Immediately *! L. B. Bommers said that Homestead Townsend dub meetlajr

-- here to the Homestead municipal his own opinion that 1.\1' building was In the Neva.King' Cooper school
TilE WEATHER Redland won till front Fort I landing field and went back In remarkably free trout Mho and reverberation :audlUriilm a/lniaon at t
Lauderdale In an overtime game another of their organisation' was bored out by approving Vkx-k said J n MotVilry. vtoepresident -
packed with thrill In the Rdland. : plane to finish their dusting. comments from member of for South Dad of tbs Miami

Official weather repent of *. gym Tuaday plghfc, The lew! seetawed r.,{ "'TII.t'.1I la file ay*. work" the tend and adult M well a* *tu> Townsend Club.
....1 0o. n.wwe. from one team t* anethef and l t..lh1ec: said. Tea don't, get hurt deals In the':etlnegee. Other speaker will b* Freakiest
Nis at the end of the regularJ.lhif fh* f easier .those oondltloaa unless you The result was to pleasing that Whltmor of the Lemon tiny Townsend -
Dele,1\ T.a.e\ nor \ SalaSea. core was .0..*. Fort Lauderal 'loee your head and try to turn Mr. ftommr I* making tentative Club. O. M. Phlllppln, Lemon

U---; sit U "B" team won over Rtlan4i, .,1".. ...."..( ., A tree hi one of toe safest plan to hold Ih*' Jn graduationexerrlee 'nty mer JAIL 10 Tt U 10.17Joe. Rtdland defeated th* Grower* forth I lace* te land In." lit the D'hnulwklt Glenn C. Mincer who Is
n 11 41Jan. ceased tine the women Monday Teeterdny afternoon the dusting .baln.from the auditorium placeden ,aid to favor the Townsend pis*.
II U U 10.10Je0. night In the local gym by a Kwe ef tvhtler WM fitting u. another pan ;t>* W *tbOl eourt to upp1- aid 1 Mr. UcCauley.Th .
n i u.. 10.23as" 11-11. Redland never In danger, I to take the place of the wrecked one ment the bleacherseat* on the sides. I Redland Townsend Club will
So Tt II 10.10Jan. led an the way The Homestead'B" and was antlrlpttlng no delay Incarrying and a* Improvised stage en one end visit the Homestead club *. thin a*.

11 I u.. 10,22n. team von from Redland 1110. out bit Contracts. of the court, caalon >.l.J.1U



e Two THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Friday, February I, 1 ti:

oi1o I ai g* a i Bin
RJXLA.TOJOINIMPROVEMENT W. O, W. and Circle After One Wreh .I1JPt I h_ ....'

Hold Installation I After a Weck'g Illness .
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: I
sheers were ;Installed by Avocado: ....... O. 'Bobo *f hstbi.tfl" Homestead Grocery
Camp w. O W., and Royal Poi : who with Mr. *obo ware gulag I
FEDERATIONResolution elsna Woodmen Oral at a joint I visitor t* l llomet..d far several'
meeting of the lodge In the ),I.- year. died' of lobar pneumonia Jan ;
write hall on Thursday night ot Jut 11 it DO home In Paxton after anUlnet CASH SPECIALS < I,5
'week. of ton thlll _II. .

Seeks Pathol. District Manager C. B. WUaon Of Mr. Pobo. who ww 41 Yom old FRIDAY AND SATURDAY : .,
ogist for Limes and I Miami and W. Y. Bu.h. eecort la- WM owner of the JfUdlMoS Hotel ; ,
Lemons Here Malted tile following .*w officer tor of Putm and took a prominent Tart I
Avocado Camp: council commander In lira business and CIVIC. lift of till
ROUND STEAK n>. .. . .. 25e
W R. Bird; adviser C. T. Harper, ally Itl and Mr*. Bob were trauent -
The Redland District ImproveBteot banker L. D. French; secretary, W. guests of Mr. and Mr* .F. J{. -
Association will have two A. King, escort D. T. ltlnon; Undeman when they resided la
knembor on the board of governor watchman A. J. Brady: Mntlnel J. Homestead and mail many friend SPARE RIBS 2 lbs------------ 35Swift's .
*f ft Dad County Federation of Improvement '
their visits here
R. Byrum; auditor, U. O. Thurmannd during;
Club In of
now process EL E. Altman. '
organization according' to an announcement lb
Mr*. Myrtle Depew of Fort Pierce Field, Louise Barne Marion Murphy
mad by Judge A. B. r
district hen. Needs Raphael and Eloise
mall of Miami. a leader In the manager Norm
,_ Branch. attendant, and Mr*. Ad loninwn Mary Alice Duncan Leola Hams ZOr "
M o vement At the lawl"g of the Picnic
cal uroclatlon ;;ld"In the Log Tar Young. chaplain, Installed Poinciana Utte: Nora .\kci. ind Barbara Gene
Grove officer who areguardian : and Norton Wakefield.
orll Monday nlfht The two repro- .
Mr*. Florence Paoettl; attendant
enmtlvee from this association will
Mrs Sarah Martin: twist '
and fr the the nrwlitont Secretary..W.Mn W.J T.Johnston B. Meriroy ant attendant Mn Alice Walter: I LEAN RIB STEW BEEF 2 lbs .. 25c 't
ohairtaln. Mrs. France Coker: advl ISN'T irtHfi: TRUTH? a
er Mr*. OoWIe Wolfe: banker Mn
The announcement 'ollowed.n.cI- Nora Smith; captain. Mn Bessie '
dieM by Judge Small on The Como Brady; secretary. Mr*. Thelma Rad THERE'S SOMETIINj ROLL BUTTER lb. .. 39<; 1
n""'"iv Hirirll. The judge ono Mr Alt-
ford: put guardian Marie TW MATTER WITH AVHtMVT.OOHMD.TAKE
ot i in' outstanding member of theoU'NlaljIliilied

: A.eoU 1 on Riverside at Miami Improvement urgedI During the ....) hour which followed Wt OVER .
"Vi aovoetatltm the Installation ....lcel. ello.c.k'o TOe Potatoesiolbs.15 :
member o' 4 to lea Ti : ;
and coffee were served bs the
.to know their neighbor, to know circle member
the problems ot their community I ,.
schools, I* do all la their power to I I 1-----

and promote betterment sanltatlog, of read, beautification He warned ,II. II., S. 4-11'CLUBBy AND' BLTV ARtlACY US sonic[ I COFFEE Fresh Ground lb. 25c
w xr.ww ww ww W- xwx
against UM of the association' for ICS CREAMSODA
promotion of eelflah. or InillvMualltio *- Leola Unto -
aim rather than the general wel We met .t the I.U: club room i BEETS CARROTS bunches 15c'|.
Ian and said that the organisationcould Tuesday at 0:30.: },(ro. Carleon wa
mad of Itself ft treat power her from the Miami office. The 4 H J

for rood In the community girl had their required work thereto Ibs........... 35c

At the conclusion of Judge Small be Impacted by Mr., "arlaon Q Flour Self 16 Ibs.......__ 6.5e) i

address, President Johnston told of A committee was appointed for Rising ibs... .$H9HERSHEY'S
the plan to federal the ".U or advertising a program to be Pr*
eight Improvement auoclntlon In .ned her In the Neva King Cooper
Dad County and announced that the School auditorium Thursday Feb. I"
director of the Rdland District Improvement It consists of Mola Little chairman COCOA lb. can 15c
Association had tentatively I'rlKllla Freed Fern Robertson. ;
applied for membership In the Nora Aker and Norman Grossman
federation Judge Small then told Mr. and Mr. George Maze)'. known
of the representation planned fr a* "the long Bird of the Weet. will 7of Prunes
2 lb. ZI..C
this association and suggested that be the entertainer for the evening pkg.
Her lay friend l fries oat ,
the meeting; vole on the quwtlon The Dad County New will be
town. They canes In the oilier
The action ot the director wa printed for the next council .
night after the show and he pun I "
unanimously endorMdThe The 4 H girl darted out on a tour chased tome Ire cream and candy Campbell's 1r.I, *
blind corner elimination project Monday afternoon Mr George
The chances
are thryll settle
has been accepted by the FERA Wakefield drove the Future Farmer down right her In Homestead TOMATO JUICE 3 cans . 25c ,
and work will Mart shortly aoeor Ing to Information given to MrJohniton 'oaw each girl a project. Afterwardwe
he announced. The com I had a wiener rout at the Future I II
mlttee appointed to arrange for a Farmer club houe II I ARGOPEACHES No. 2% can .20CJ;

fruit display on the meuanln floor Thou prment were Mr and Mr*. I .
of the New Tower was continuedin ,Wakefleld, Fern 1I0ber lon, Ruthl 2EADVI
effect until such time a* might Dodeon. Marguerite and )rnd..*.! GOOD LUCK
be deemed advisable for the dlnplay

A resolution requesting that theSubtropical mouiily adopted after Introduction by MARGARINE
Experiment Station be Cba*. Cos. Ib.18ct;
furnished with a pathologist whose I Entertainment was furnished by PHARMACY Ii
time would be leveled to a study of heater Davis, expert whistler of
the diocese and fungi nffcctlnf Per- the Riverside Improvement Aeaoclatlon I
elan lime and lemon was unanl-j J USE MANGANESE h i
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No change in. ownership or management. The growth of -our business simply de* ,,'

manded that we have more room for bakery and display room. Our new place .)'

will open at 6 a. m. daily for the sale of fresh breakfast rolls coffee cakes, bread

and pastries of all kinds. .. i -



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.'.r :Yl' I"F ..tftl9E: ,'. ..;'_. & "' ENTERPRISEPONTIACTtKCIVE '. ; .:. ... ,:,," .!: :' ...:-_; -." PuL'1ma .- .. '

. ." : oe"JeweW CBaabbeIit'r/ IIItIIr.' a b .MAak liraa/Q'rlla .eyes ,- '>
tHOAIESTEAD"SCHOOL.. NOTES Mvna Hr?.Jcat.rl e"Vaen.Let.Walker. 'r.....pse. ehelete.--...- ,' -I'
D. H'DHIIacer.. Walter Cor- "They have not tour roe .eWe,'*.
CARS A WEEK IN awn was the unexnectvd reply.-Bi.
FOtmTH MONTH BONOg ROLL W. D. Lott. loa Pteh. Judeta PKb> Twelfth.wrade- htghc Jeeea.Ou- _
? Fire? trade--B.elya Danto. Jacuellne Harry Plerc. Allen. Pop Bob Lowry BMW, Manes Meaeadaa, Valera;I. l 1
ESSAY CONTESTEntry Oetger. Billy Brown Jack Fitch Louie Long FMtpatrick. Ka,
Kemp, Joe Sincere, Margaret Edward Eighth grade-high: Edna Booth Uterine Harper Helm More, Jenny I OUR NEWEUGENE
*. Dorothy Kuhn Elleea. Bcherr. Virginia Doreey. Manta Qauatna, Tower Alta Vana: low: Leila Bull I
: Blanks Obtainable Second arade-Fraak Ilauaman Flora HumphrW Midge Thompson aid Anna Moon, Myrtle Moon I WAVE
i I at Preston B. Bird Wayne Lawreao DolL Murphy Lucille West Harvey Rue, Allen Louise Pennlntton, Evelyn Thpmaa. I
Booth Stll.,.. Bullard.
Smith: tow: Sybil Cheshire. Loulae
: Motor CompanyA Loula Murray Ixmnle Hero. Port Harrla Elizabeth WcUwaln Anna- Dr. Vliet Will PreachIn I MACHINE
Ada Dodion Orietge Terberr. Ar-
bell Redd. Ella Mae Smith. Eleanor
Nationwide Pontiac eaaay con del Parmaa. Sullivan Truitt Bullard. Bank Byr- 110m stead SundayDr la equipped with veMoieler and
I test was announced In Homestead Third trade-BarOara Bigger um, Ted Cheynty, Reg Faust Howard Urn dock I* Insure safety and
r thla week by P. B. Bird t>ml of the Preston B. Bird Motor Co.. Fourth (rade Hilda Dedaon .... MIchaeL Harvey Newton. Howard of Miami District Methodism ettleat!
r Buick and Pontlae dealer her*. Bach via Watts Fred Hobart Athley Thorn paon. will make bin Initial appearance In BCOKNECROQCIONOUE
: week of the eonteet. which began Kemp Joyce Burton. Ninth grade-high: Mary Adam, Homestead Sunday night whet he
I Jan IT and will hut maven weeks, FlfH radeEither Rucker Dor- Eftl Booth, Cecelia Harper. Eugene will preach la the Homestead Metho
i two contestant will bt given a new ; .la Thompson, Mary Jo Close Mary Bcherr. Evelyn Pope, Ala Webster: diet Church Dr. VUet I* known a. SPIRAL
j IIS Pontiac standard six four-door Lou4"!'Pl rre1. A1re RlethmaUr, Lama low Henrletto Hartman Francis in able leader and la admired COVBINATIONOperalor
I sedan for tile beat 100-word eeeayon tk'ktnsos. Lett Phyllla Parman Nella Saula throughout the atat.
I "What t Like Beet About the HMh trad*-KM* Booth. Martha Randolph Caves Charm Lrttle Petty The church choir of" $7.50-5&50( -$.L50
HIS Ponl....,.," Humphrtm, Virginia Klnner Allen. Nina Pearl Bush Ruth voice, under the direction of Irving at Baaaly Pause
I 1'IIe' essays are 'te be written on Waaeet KwtHnK .'Pmetaa Bird I Dodaon, Ruby Dour .Norms Oo**> Lyoa will render special muilc. ULT BROWN
, official entry 'blank prepared for Lexer Awrer.S'wiaseh man. Dorothy Horn Uoeetey Sever. Aa Initiation I* extended to, all
I the'ptrrpoeer vnpptjr ftt which lift ........b ..'Mar.,..J'.... r Teiilli tt \de-tight Clarence Fran t* attend. BDSV Barber I
I band'st'th..local FMrHaoatency ArthurCaokUnr* ......-Bell* reh.... Nora Akera, Virginia frlck. -- Shop
Md cat b* ebtllrled' tile asking Posh!, rcMfe W.tiH. Bdtlb Becker I lIMn West: low ToM Collla Jane Delayed I* Ike Mall
! bf proepectl, conteetant Th mMII ',toper, Hurt Raft RawatdBilwtea' ,Qlbba Elortha.Clesw A stamp collector called at a peat ANDBeatty '
.stay. and tnfrr lanlll'maw' be WeS: Is, Ch a..Mtaa PyC Elaventa. grade-tlgh': Awn Mae office up In the ,north wood and ,
4 .. 'I asked for; the hwu of .th National Parlor :
.epoatt r with any.rVatiac 'dealer Raehorilba.em.a .o-u. Oreanell Booth Fern Robertson Ruth To er. new *
I bn ofbefonj,JUrc* ft HIS. 'IKiria Teak. ......1orItI. Webb lows Sam Allen. Jobs rredrlcki. My Park etampe The postmaster
.-, '" The' "ayir war fr- divided'into ....W" -u torPII,,.. HerbettBeoth.. ,ran Orennell,'Otha Heckler, (Clayton I reoHe4 that the atampr had oat yet .M NO.TIt SMlei *.
iworfol>p."*orievfor all *eeaM d Ilaewl..eQa ,..llatlurt:'.-rdc t ,Lehman Richard .".\1-. Bill Ver"come j
pat,of 'the MlulMlppl. River and ., '
J the,other for alt ....,i filed welt > '
',Qh- loIIAloal! pl. rvcufdieee. ot th* : : k 7lte--7ia
:..' S onteltallt'r5bkiav'ef! iv it{.ernF-Wibb. / +
iq eerie doye after lilt clwe-of each .
week: the Judge and their staff, appointed -
by the Pontiac Motor Co..
will select from the eeura in each
group filed during the preceding
week except those which have at-
Toady won award, the essay whichIn
their opinion the best and the
two contestants submitting the winning the New
: einaya will receive the two Pon- ., P&nti&c 1
lace offered for that week. a
Mr Bird announced also this week
that H. P. McDaniel. prominent In
automobile sales her for several
rear bad joined the ..Ie. force etbla
I organisation. STANDARD SIX

Bow One Woman Lost

I 20 Pounds of Fit J .s. 1

[.ost Her Prominent Hips,

Double-Chin, Sluggishness

Gained Physical VigorA -

Shapely,Figure .
If you're fat-tint, remove the
oa UM. I'arMa
Take one. half teaspoonful of
KRU8CHBN SALTS In a glass of
hot water every morning-In I
week fret on the Nested and not
t bow rnnny pound of fat have van-
Notice alee that you. have gainedIn
energy-your akin to clearer-
you feel younger In body'-KRU-
SCHEN will give any fat perIOD A
joyous aurprta
I Get a quarter pound Jar of KRUBCHEV k
MALTS from any leading
'I. druggist anywhere America (Ibata
r. week). It this tint bottle doean
convince you thla I* the easiest, nest -
and surest way to loa fat-your
money 'will gladly be returned adv)

as 2 tmdUae of can whose ,


I VETERINARIAN and kaufi/ lUke, the price ...e..eaal $615.

:i 740 N. 'E. 90th Street 0010

I Today .PontiM Presents an addition to dirt tmi IDO tare. The new ride. UMh QUALITYOr Ins

.|bo roMJe, taBar tWSuadMrd Sis: .pp* treats.of gaiti/i'W, tynctraniwlipringtitf ,
L wda..t-tenet-Telr'a." .rk.rA*..rwZiaee
.. .e ea1osaria rie.ipdotkrio3maay' la. every lit aa |senile a. +
I e/t to*' JeatTim thir'tbs: 1935 list'Lott.. comfortabU are jnm eo.W'ask for. 1"L. .........Della.ail .

> l H sad.Plrwig : $ Ygip6u'r+!118 i litloduri sL with 'eusuret:.'elf its...... y bea.rsre pee- C..IC trmewed eka.rl3ci'teowtiuntl -

1 .. owes .e.kitkAll..cle bawe. vlaw dt'pnd.....,....... *e tmoatkaad 4 sg w User Sae...... -
r. tj, t'i:9t 1..:."i1d .. 1.1 .lrlq r....
aidllnea .A aUAg
1O doubt
ap -' p- lively tear you win it U a '..

, : : lay; b F K 1lAyes VY .a rt6oee iwO'uf, .ht. >* <.4Bk pCTaie> only, ..*.... *R.Ka He DAvls a-, Viia 20616". <0\y ".

I r ... ', ; ."lMft. j ill eglist46..'Ibi raft t6 Mmeor tf'gMoUat oral ail that will Btrraflj} iFar- illii ..I '

I "solid atoll"Twt.f.Top" Bodie* brFUtwn ...far.snyonr sobs bas. laM rvprriau, la 1..e.,..d, ,,,, .

For Plumbing; Installations The brake*_Mr*.fiat! a---big.pocitite ; with otiose 1ow1'f t'.ctr..N! J ( *&,.riaV =.+' Ll.- .I":::.........=

: Repairs and ijdnotic, triplc-calc4 against andye.r'pCecil.Peessimply tm't Ja t
1 Septic Tank C.onR'"U'. PONTIAC MOTOIT COMPANT. PO.VTIAC. MIOHCAN. Di loss n */ e7wJ M-. --

:, tion W. and H. nlce.BOOTH Preston l. Bird Motor Company

( _. DEPOTs .tan,, 'W Aft -w1S.:Krome Ares near '>*- rartC IIOMESTEADfFLORIDA : .


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Tatre Four w ..: .-..- .-THE.LPADER *ENTERPRISE --...- .._F ay '7.Jr 1935. -

Mtur to kr *. 1 Intangible Tax Man

LEADER.ENTERPRISEI "W euld you Jur of the lawless TlIE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER I Com to Dade Feb._ S, 6TallaJoMMM '

.. noes or the unlawleaan of pleaure. *- is I : -
Fridays *l "* JBRAIUANLIBRARY """-
.' .. BT too. L. L BOW, .
: .she wrote. ,. take thin rate:
Mead, fla, bf &hlllouUa Dad PubIbtetog l-'The Flotilla
Whaler w eke your reaann. u.- -
Oe I li taI tow require
palm the tendrnM o( your ooaalnre chosen In the Book of the Month =t. eased
BOURIMonlw. at bond, mortgage,
DEN And m" _., > ( riiiEartrml ..' ohwurw your sense of<< H Club In America and alee by the ax*.
Weoiwitey. 5. a counts receivable, ind other intangible
or taken off MM relish of .... tMMUy. FrMwi le-l ,. H. English Book Boclrty! The vtoryI
to file
M eroiind clam mall things, whatever Increases the 004.1 ..%......,. ....Hi *-4i .-. a, .. all about George Brash. cemmer- personal property with the in
annual return mate and
anauer March IS, 1(12, al the post thortty M your body over your clal traveler In tent book. and J.
v .mac at nometrad, HiiHJa, tuuleiHie -"thai th..... M you. I* ln."-ExFROM B. Priestly calls him a modem county tax assessor of their county
Charles icrlbner'i Sons are path between January 1 and April I of
: act *, larch t. lt;.. American Don Quixote His adven
} limiting a Dictionary of American each y..r.Jot .
thrilling In MB and out.
turei art
slog aphy." It I* a monumentalwork .
i Bua 1'iucn. ttoo TEAH: OUR MAIL BOX In church and college. In hotel en 8 Barman chief Intangible
ana stretches over a long pe tax tniperlor I I. being enl to reads
the road. erervwhcr you
trains *n
j NO DEFEAT: rlod of tine Th first volume was meet him there la something exoll.Ing county by Comptroller J. U Lee. forth

WILL THIS DISTINCTION ('C)\IR published bark In ltl 1 believeand Brash had many theortei pupon of aiding .rlttaen of this
! (By Mr*. Fred Lawson. of Team TO IUtIlLASI' to date 5 volume are complete Her la one: He thought children county In filing proper Intangible ..

I U. C. T. 1'.1| We have those fifteen volume. and should be permitted to see the tan tax return *a required by Ian. MisMrman
Rdttor Uader-Enlerprlw the other will be sent to u* a* they
Jj"f".If'lI-WI ...yWh..n at night net movie Mara, by the can be teen at the office of
Only a small area on our conll are nnuihed Of course, living the tax assessor In the county courthouse
the croons hang low wayThe custom that put them
nest baa a climate suitable for rabv' American are not Included In this Tuesday and Wednmday
And the fi>c-. .( ewtlAre t* bed at dusk seemed to him to e>
Ing the .._do. It Lea rare troploal Hit of eminent pronage On Feb t and *. when he will answer
pinking a ehew- overlook the fact that a frequentvied
fruit of beauty and great ecunomlt must be dead to reach the distinction
We mint hold up bur bends of the stare was .n' Important such questions a* nay b* asked
value, and still It I* not getting of a pig In this dictionary about the Intangible tax law and *B.
And new courage tak | element la the spiritual educationof
use recognition It deserves. The But It w* nan manage an occasional
Ve mint never fir tip mankind If you never rend plain t* tb* pas assessor change In
reeaua 1*found In a lack .f pronounced "WTio'i Who" In America we shall enforcement .
the System.The
While live are at *lak* book you should brie up and read
character Its flavor li be able to keen pretty well hostel
j r'l 't.' this en*. Tou may get an Idea or I'nlted Slates government tocooperating
I>;%wl inly**_'s. not snappy, It needs "pep". Th on America biography And *ow two Her I* one George make with the Mat govern

When the heart grows faint. American people are chararterlxedbr grow tint the principle of the thing more meat by making available to thoe
And the soul I that I* troubled their demand that everythingthey Thornton Wilder has four novels Important than the people that live Mate that have Intangible lax laws

Hun .11....*... restraint: adapt have a good cargo of to till Credit, M far. and long may tinder the principle Now start certain federal Income tax return
Hut 11'e save fetaat" "punch or vim In It. la short, h* continue to writ*. 'The kbala."' the argument. which allow the state government*

Till sea fife lip*the *ff it. the beautiful avocado le much too his tint novel wan published In till 10 check accurately the Intangible

No hull II naecW-r mild, tar too nearly like a pretty and "The Bridge of Han Lull R.," property of delinquent or careless

1',111 ended rldht girl who simpers but lack brolni was published |n UJJ and woo for Two Rules"lily owner of this clan of property The
UU.. but thai delicate, nutty flavor" the author the Pulltxer pruw Then boy," aid the magnate to Ml has remodeled its
late system
Tim heart may grow skit Ye It'. there. but The.. pjiblla. It net followed The Womiui of Andl"lla" eon. "Ih..... are two tblnn' which ar the federal government

\Mtk forebodlnc aM fear. wild over sad now w* have "Heaven. MylnatipatloN' vitally necewary If >o\I fcrei*. uoHoneity The statutory penalty for not ram- ,

Ant ..anMIJ..Iac.Uf': l eiitg ql wondering it-1 sat expecttnipi JCaft\' novel bee set rr, eel In bu.laese.I :: plying with the provisions ot the t

.' wQaea"" iaddhlavsr\ ,4l'01 "lsyw J i'gryou: < 1 etcjlrmof hiss adorXote'a "11'thinking. And the utu..her* !,T.\\ ., "'7 ... Intangible tax law provide I month
But tfie *aul that l> steadfast ab pro<'Uic* a .IwX M girl i aayf "The r.*ter II( Mi W onV suffer defeat genius who will go on with the work book may a* wed make up his unkind
Rut rnlera with count that the great California plant .*wlard that h* vlll be arguing with Mi "\\ la honesty
Tin lttle tierce host Burbank itarted Tou remember friends about It for the next twelve "Alway*-no mutter what hop you have given It:' '

I how he made ever 'p many fruits. month" It'I that kind of a book. pone or how adversely. It may affect I 'And. wgarlty?"

I Nomrtlu'es we may" suffer .: y Kill his hybrldlilng the pear i! "HHv.II'._lacy Centlnntlon has been you-aluay* keep your word onre "Never give It,"-UnidentifiedI .
l A skirmish or Iwo a' caclu. These fruit arc !I

., An 1"t."..""t..'.} eti : tw or aju.ntliy now In all
IIi1o t'IIhuehl' a p' ,ltd r" untrf'bert I*ear
I Bur-a heart 1 ..''''UNI' peMimt lifliorlnv. fiMeelng local I Better Food Store

I WW never tugs back genlu she will transform the pro !}!/ I

: An r Will never b* alack by sell feeding, b* AN INDEPENDENT GROCERY

inoculation or by intensified bree l.
We fought a road tight Ing' up? .
lb. Pork Shoulder
In this battle ot our. iI some eannoi iiertonu lb. taper Sliced Roll

I A4vanrinv with courage I bl.." someone .,.. But Burbankdid
I : Through sunshine and .ho"...*. not take title for an aniwer It Bacon BUTTER 38c ROAST I II 1
Our toe* had the lead
was kit rule to attack a problem and
With their million of (old. keep plugging away at It until heconquered IN Ib.3.c .
Which save them advantage It. 1 feel certain that Chuck

Anti mud them mare bold. the avocado t* to be greatlr bnpreved Ida T'Bear .1 Roast Picnic 33c
but (11 led within the next ten year. TItle Items.
'I' our army
la something for our feature ramver '
And sooner or Into
The enemy wilt, suffer 1 to !begin thinking about.r Hams
Steak Rib
HalllM Sees Fresh Ground
A well clenerved fate, -
For \enceano I min. l V Beef
: .
And I will repay," hAMBURGER ib. lb. STEW "
Tla the voice of our God, Demmer Liver
And none ran My- aerUtltTUtlV : FeraJval "That wo the uklndetrnt 10. : (. lb. tJlS'C
I ef all a* the poet Bay." .
renelope: "What war 3c 1.8c
? I: PerrlvalI showed her act at oaybothood : :12/2C :lZY2C

When John Wesley was a intent pictures with mr father
In ,allege his mother cat him a]' holding me e* his knee, and she
definition er tin which la quite segeral said. 'My who I* the venlrllo.uu Del Monte Winesai' _

today a* when sin wrat thl Columbian Craw COFFEE, lb. 30c APPLES, 4 Ibs. .25e

Oversee Red 2 cane 3 tbs.

i Kidney Beans 23c ONIONS .' a\ e a 14e

Grove OwnersWe i iI Osceola Fresh No. 2 un Fresh Home Grown bunch

Lima Beans 5e
. a

I Dole's can 2 for i

Invite Your 'InvestigationSOIL'fADES I ,Pineapple Juice 14c LETTUCE. a 1ge 1 I

i French Fresh i

.. 4 h .i ', ,MUSTARDjar ,,9c CABBAGE, lb. 3c

process of manufacture Insuresa

t Cato 3 cans 3 lbs. 'j a

healthier, more uniform growth for your trees. DOG FOOD II 6 .25c BANANAS .. .13c.

Oversee Relish or 2 Jar Fresh Home Grown 2 bunches

We would appreciate the opportunity to discuss I MayonnaIse: .. .. .27c CARROTS . .13c .ar

your grove. problems.with you.. J .. Oversea pint Jar Ib.

..**, .-*. ..., .', ., Salad. Dressing.. 19c CAULIFLOWER-! i 12c 1

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I A complete line of grove fertIliiers'' and Insect Cloth Bag Potatoes lOlbS'lSc': Qd1lon oj

i ',. ...... ,. '.: ofIt .
Soap or

t kides always'"+a available.SOILADE.., ;i Sugar Susa eet Camas Toilet! Powder ;

W i I 5 lose 24c Prunes TIssue 410T 9c h


W Inc j *2lba pit. Zlc: 3 rolls lOc t

Clabber Girl I, -- Oversea ,

,. ', CARL F. WARNER Agent Blue Rose '
\ : lowderFancy GOOD LOCK Macaroni or
t Itkin
Phone 27'-* S. Flagler Ave g I Margarine SpaghettI'flll

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Fridayj'ebruaryl. 1935. THE_ LEADER ENTERPRISE Paste Five
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,''', SPECIAL MUSIC Farmers Told How U. S. Will Help ,1)e .. 4'Y. 'NF.K'. ',

'. FOR LIONS' FIRST I Them- Remove. Foreclosure CloudContinued { rN.Ma .

lua of Florida, war preaent Dr. I. .
( from PaP One) I
NIGHT IN "DEN" (), Uupula, aaothei member tt the
per annum and all tax* shall be
lie debtAiwordlfMly. state canitulmUon, prealdad.
paid by **
A meeting wtU lie held ID Home
during the ported .fit
; Need wllhla a abort time under tbauaploe
Governor Robil- rear all two ircdln.. are
f the Dade debt
lard stayed ,lie oonctlMUm eweasr_
I Congratulates adjustment committee to dlac*** ..sea tole
Maser, Including the ferteHmr *l
Redland Club further the questions of farm credit
or any ether lien again
mortgage .
'J' gad debt corapnaltloa for farmer
chess fcil r.eteit ta agrtenUural pun
k \; "'ladle*' night special mualvalprogram wdtp .e.* reaDy a mra4rl.jii I II wag announced HARDWARE LUMBER ANDBUILDERS' '
and a tall by 1. Harvey RoMllar _" 'i
for a period of six ,
rtriLTT riitNCM MADE
*: at Mtaatt Beach MMrtet tor- "
.\ ..._ of Lion Inter.allow ) toted ta set forth briefly just i Two teachers from the kx.l ;
"' marled the Oral merlin KW ... the what wevU happen In-a sit.w, sass, schools were transferred to Miami SUPPLIES
'It Lionel tiU of Ih4 ReAiaa WotrluIn under tin presedere just nll' *d, when. the hew semester started Monday
the newly- lotod den Taeaaaynlcht Mr. Atleroad MldTut momlmr. Mhn. Bother Avery,I
.Instance. a farmer eMale toanfmtaed geography and imthematlc teacherof :
", DIIHrtcl, Governor Itohlllar4 eon I at to4oo,'* values, *lIrto tho seventh and eighth grade InHumyitead FISHING TACKLE
8-ratotite the Mull on lu new build. *. la' Within en* year from tilt Junior JII< ; dale it thin appraisal, or ureemrnt! yams, third grade teacherof
In* cud told of tk* work Lion Clubs! FARM IMPLEMENTS :
.\I are dines hi the stags for the : the farmer I* required to pay flo.I Radioed Term Life Hctraol. ,
blind and crippled ehlMreM K H. I which represents I'%" Interval on the I Tits former ha been replaced by ;.
Qallnf hr, building commute chair. appraised value ot |1\It.. (b) Within I I Mi-*. Howard Johtnmr and the ..tter'l KITCHEN COOK STOVES
: man called attention to the fad that two your* the farmer has to pay another by Mr*. L B Hammer. I
; while the meeting jtaa the first held 110 Intern on th*.appraleedvaltw. I FLORENCE OIL STOVESSHERWINWILLIAMS M
, In the BOW ..Iuhh...... Ute formal phi fil or a total of IJn USE MANGANESERedlandsCafe i
payable the mound (r) the third "
" opening wuM not be hold for a year I
'1" "moatli or .", and ho told of thingsbeing yea* the Internet amounts t. It.71, : PAINTS
planned for the formal Opening plus |>I. or a total of U4.7B (d)
( nlKht The fourth year the Interest amounta
V" "I want to hank the other member ''t. II.51, plus II*. or a total at til.o .. ;
, of the oomatitte "ho worked (e> The fifth year the Interest i
; ao faithfully with MO_Mr. Cot, Mr. amount to $. plus 150 or a total \nnlo Nabora, Prop. W. D. HORNE CO. I
't Talbott and Mr Flak said Mr. Gals of f 51. If) In the sixth year the bal
i luher "1 aim want to than Lions anon of III* I* duo the c..III..j Regular Dinner 50c
,',L Pill Baahor, W. H. Owen. George plus Interest amounting to F. L. SKILL, Owner
3If Cooper, Tom Torbert Alex H<'m.I' the farmer pays a* required ha ha* Plate Lunch 35c
ming.. 1. R. Hlrkaon and OoorceBliort retained his entice farm and It .*t it in Homestead
and Fred SchmMt Miami his creditor may proceed" aa their PROMPT a U CARTE Buy (
Interact may appear.
Boat who helped with this buildingIn
I' a big way-and A It Livingston I I ,t.wa brought out clearly at the SERVICE 11 N. Krome Ave. Phone 507-J ;
who took a special Interest In the meeting that the tarpon of the ap
construction of It" pot.tnWn"e federal corn-inn IkxlcommlMloner
The entertainment program which I* this county !. to r
\ w. announced by W. I Fish, Chnln assist ad fanner' or'nther1 engaged
man of the program committee was In agricultural pursuits In the Dad PI
.1 a* follow' County area hi *or,tn. their flmnrhtl I EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING
Mr George B. Hoed-mualcalreadlnt. problems such a* .past due debt and r"N ,
"Th CM Family ANno.."; mortgage Ro p I HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL slim-
humorous reading, 'A Fable of Two "The board appointed by the got I M. D. t tCOli$ N, "..,. fd fdI
Froin'i pies', accompaniment by rn.r." Mr. Axteroad wkl. "Will c- I EGeneral
t ),.*. 1. H Webster operate and act In an advisory ca- lit N. Kromo Atmra Phone .1441
8tnnly Witt........ tnr -"Illawa. ,",clt,. a* ale matt up of persona I
t tha :Velody"; "With M* Bree Wide vitally Intended In agriculture In
I fp'I 114 .tnA": 'piano. aocom- this community There" I So no charge
ranlYnent bc'; irebater: whatever for ntf services a* conciliation I I
} George M. Frlclc--two clarinet commissioner ai I am paid Learn Music the Modern Way
nolo "The Old Refrain" by Krel by the department of justice, and I .
ler and "The Mocking Bird" with will be glad to receive communications : ANY INSTRUMENT-SPECIAL 1L\TE5T
variation; piano accompaniment bf at my oll'lco. 11011 Imrrahani
:Urn WetMter.Mi building. Miami, relative to the op
H, r..wle. ttrandoburc, aoprano orations of this act." HOPKINS STUDIO OF MUSIC
"LtI\ dime Calling Me ono Morn- T. A. Feaster of llomwleadmtm I Public Utilities
Inn md 'It'* Love .and You her of the county committee and L.
J."IJ' Mesa Sliracter-acrubatlo L l of Oaukla. member of homestead Phone I0.... j I. : Competent Teachers
'GIn e. the farm adntoitit oommle- I __ ..,
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o A complete stock of Gulf Brands at lip .

our new Homestead Warehouse ;\ .T .

In order that we may better serve the fat soil study. Whatever you're growing you

growers of the Homestead section, we hare rewID find a Gulf Brand to suit your exact requirements

i rentlr opened a Company -owned Warehouse -.a brand that Hill really furnish

k located at Campbell Street and the Seaboard the plant foods your groT or farm actually

Railroad. :Ample stocks of Gulf Fertilizers art needs.

c already on hand.

With Gulf Brands go the dependable feer..
The new branch will be In charge of Mr. T.
vices of the Gulf Field Man, assuring you practical
W Carter, local salesman, and Mr. B. K. Pans
advice about pest and disease control n
y coast, Gulf Field Man In the Miami territory,
well as fertilization methods. Visit our Home
1 will aim! be available to Homestead growers. ,
lead Warehouse at jour first opportunity.
Gulf Brands are known throughout Florida Get acquainted with Mr. Carter and Mr. Pan-

as truly dependable fertilizers Their manufacture coast. You'll find them eager ta he *A f gentlne. '.

In based on more than thirty years of carfservice.. :



"",--"JllIi1li/lJfJJlJ HOME OFFICES: 36lk Street South of E. Broadway, Tampa Florida, F

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s Page: Six THE LEADER- ENTERPRISE Friday, February 1, 1935. i!

guests at Dr. and Mi* A. S. Shields llpptaM Thoee-preaeut ,
1 R. J. Shepherd, 101.... up\
Mr. and Mr*. O x>. OtilnU' and two M.... Chaa. Clinton, Mre. ;
; daughter, Joyce Ann and Joan, and Mre Anna Baer :Mre.
In and .Around Robert Qulnlf moved Monday from Mra. Robert Barnee M..
too. Todd cottage to the Walter Brockett, Y.... R. W.
Hchutt house on Tenth tret Lucy Hole Mre Margaret
Mr*. Ja M. Dobbin
Homestead R. A. Turner to In charge of the Rohrer, Mr*. Emanuel
F S. C. elation In the absence of Wooding. Patty and
joe Doaaee.Mi and Marjorie Jean and
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Bur! Matthew. who la studying: moot which la to be played today .. John R. Each of Miami wa Mr. Bohmldt la Mill ..
to receive his Ph. D. degree at tho Saturday and .un ar. Kb ..*..m. *a overnight guest at the home of hens an Infection that
University ot Maryland In June, was I printed Mr and Mr. Carroll Turner Mr. at.> Mr, yr. V- q.very'J'tturaMr. tooth extraction.The .
VIM Iurged front the university boa-: from )..UamLAtr. ...,.
Vital there last week after an (Illness honor roll for the :
or three weeks. ascending to a letter .. C. J Persian and Mr. W. and Mr, Schneider ot Ilartlord. at the Florida City
P.reived by his parent, )Ir. and D Bhanay room mother, ot Mr*. Cenn.. who are wintering Inftlhtml aeoond grade-Warren
Mm N, F Matthews of Homeatead. Edna Thureman'e second grade, will were Florida City guests UttVlday. Ann Qulnlfj third ......
give a benefit flak try at the Par- Whitehead, Mllfred ;
Mr and Ire. Wm. A. Ryan ot Men horn M .:!. this evening. grade-Milton 1 Hunter; .
1 City of Obregon. onona, Maxfeo, ..... Mr. and Mr*. L. Tarreltlne of Freda Hancock,
I rived her Friday M pay a short Mlea Beatrice feldman of Ahevllle Walled Lake Mk.h.. left Monday er, Jay Newton Nlnel'J'
visit 'to Mr and 101... Wm. J. Oeron N. C., who I* pending the after a stay ot several weeks bar*. .. ..
into their formeq neighbor In Mex winter to Miami and Paul Loaner NARANJA i
ico. The Ryan have bam vWtl ( of Miami spent Tuesday afternoon MOM Sever la recovering from an ..
Mrs. II. II. Graham, ..
tn Chicago and mad the trip to with Mr. Lmnet'f parmla. Mr. and attack of Influenaa, and his daughter
"I .'orl.lI, e>|i clitUy to visit the Jeron. Mr, Max Loaner, In Ilometd.Mr Miss Slowly Sever U now reported
lmo to be suffering from the same Mia Lucille Barnard
IUIdllfuetua Wynn I at intent.Blondel. visited her parent, Mr.
r' IV ('amp at Holland returned spent Sunday In Fort Lauderdale H. L. Barnard, last
Tue.dty I from' Hot Sin-Ing, Ark. visiting friend Hancock returned Sunday
nun' h hnnrov",I In health He ar- I
to Port Myera after a tMn-day .Mt Mra A. Richter of
i ,\ cd I In time for a chart visit with aim I. tJ, Relllg of Rutherford.
I with his parents Mr. and Mra. Wm.KnlKht. 'la visiting her sister
hi'* inn. Paul ramp who left Thar N J.. I* spending a few week here AmanJohn
day, for Now YOlk City after a vac- visiting her niece, Mr. J. E. Uau

flat .r mix Ob, c I I.a spent with his .III. t>r, and Mre. O L. Davie of At- C. Murphy and .
rnoilifi' in tin tamp drove In Redlumt '--
Junta, anti their daughter Betty and pent Tuesday fishing
Mra. (',lInl"'* sister Mre f Mr*. Cora Hurford of Plummet
Marjorie Jean were guests ot the
j J. B\lrmton of hlmgo. iirrlved flat- drive I* 111 in Coral Oubln at the
Rev and Mre Burton F Tarr from Mr* O W Drlgger,
unJ fur visit ot week home of daughter w1N la
i\ a two per. 0 a Saturday until Wdnaad..y. Dr. De- Matthew and Mr*. J. U.
nurae.Mn.. vie preached '+und night on 'Mod- tended a club meeting .
Mln resident
Nancy Boj er former "
urn Mlmlormr. Effort )Ira. Davit noon.
ot llimtiiteecl who le now maklnK Kelsey Gardner of Washington .
told the W M 8 which met with
her humi \\nnlilngton. D. C.. D, C, and her non, John, arrived '
Mre Tarr at the parsonage. about I Mr and Mr Noah RI
vlnltol, Mir Myrtle Marmot In WMned icy for a visit with Mnaardner >
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lip lire of n ml' 'onarj In 'H Pli'l! I' mnued ia rev
{ FrliMiton f re,,m Friday until Man- ** parents. Mr. and Mr. ttII I .-
day. Evilng
Archer Smith arrived Wednp""da\ I
Mi and M.... Milton Klee; and to spend the ret of the week with
:Mr", H.rlwrt KIM of Chk air -i'<'niing the whiter In Miami, He I* atttendlng the i r;nlvtntty .
.'.1\,1, Mi. and Ain A. O. flub of Florida at aalneallloUf '

Fallacy and Mr*. Uod Saute of South 'I r t i i i

MM vWt d.wlth Mr. and Mr.*.
Funk Binder ;,. B.rab.o1W: ; ,J Vannl u.l-ram. In HomoUaJ 1
I* visiting at the home of Mr*. Flora. Sunday. !
Compton and MUM Leonora Obmn- rN
ton H* wilt spend the winter In Robert Brown immigration officer ;
Florida. stationed In Homestead for the put f
1 two year, has been transferred to
Miss Edna Carefoot ot Toronto Miami H* left Homestead Tues \
Canada arrived Wednesday for a day. '
S visit with her cousin Mr*. rearm I
Wulket of Redland road. arias" Hen rift I* Hartman has been' -or ,
confined to her home this week with
Mi nn 1 JII.... Kern Baker and an attack of Influent '
little non Charles, of Cherryvllle, N .
C. .irrlved Wednesday for a twowr airs W. D. Horne spent the wok '
<,k Mi'<'lt with Mr*. Eakert mother end at Canal point with Mr Home j.'j.j.
Mm. Hassle Groover. Mr*. who la farming there.
Baker In the farmer Miss. Ruble Lee I l .
(Clroo\ri star player on the .. Leo Bishop Jr.. will leave this ,
stead l High Hrhoole girl basketball week to return to Charlotte N rvhere THE J
team of 111T he I* employed In a new AEROTYPE CROWN
ment .10.... eJf'part'l ',
\'m. Bradley, a senior at the tint .. .. ETHYL has the highest anti-knock ,

.verelt,ling of the Florida week-end at Oalnwvlll with his par-lapn FLORIDA. CITY rating ever offered for land service -i'
... W. W. !In... Correspondent
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eat*, )Ir. and :.I. W. M. UradleyUr I Out-Starts
t motor fuel Gives full, smooth .
Vaporizes at lowest l'
ft'bull* Chandler left Tester Mr and Mr*. William Reed ot Detroit temper
day morning for Orlando to take part Mich. who are spending the atnre -quick wumuppower on hills without a knock... '" '
In the wwnen'e Mat tennis tourna- winter In Miami were Sunday! minimum choking. .
Less vibration on straightaway

OutPowersComplete vaporization pro Judge it only when unmixed with '

Bugs? ducet-let*oil ctank-caat power-nodragging dilution.OutClasses other fuel..No, increase in price I'

-sells for only two cents a gallon ;",

HM the highest ipectfica more than Crown Gasoline.

Don't let them worry you, for we are prepared done ever applied to motor .
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all kinds. um.tree-eo
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tl February 1, 1935. THE ENTERPRISE Pace Seven 1 i .

LOAN PROCEDURE Rosenquist Move Ills pa Cigar Golden Jubilee, Tampa and B. W, Morrto .*Horn aadl sin W. To Form Out-of-School 1 f ;
Thor City February n..., and the C. Aker of It...*. Ta. aid Mr*.
Bakery to Bank Bldg. Cage League Monday
I Festival of State*. Bt Petersburg, J. A. Vernon of Roanoke, who with ;
. OF PRODUCTION the last week hi March. their fenOlle vlaKed In UiMueetead I i
( Roland' Bakery moved Into largerquarten The Meeting of ut-of-cho l boy
for a ewart time la 1MI; Mr.. 0. X ,
In the Cltlaen IM Caaa W Creok.... athlntM I
Bank building ** br
Death TaIi.esSO B. Barnhan of Vena, Va.: Mr* D. V.
i ASSN. MORE EASY this week and adopted a larger :: Peters Shaver of Lakeland FuU Mr*. T. director of the Hemei....1. I,.H.IH.
name-Roeenqulat Bakery. Both Former Resident Here for the purpeee of forming a basketball ;
W. Hefley at Jeffenentown Ky.; '
name* belong to the lame man. bow- league among boy nut attending ;
Mr*. neaiktr of Coral Qaeleai Devtd t'
i Continue from over Roland the i school will be hold Monday night ,
t Page One) Roeenqulet owner Henry Nero returned to Homo W. Peter of Rtehtnond Va.: For .
. The meeting wa addressed by Mr. and manager. The bakery WM lead TiMday from Roaaoke Va.. reel J. Peter of Roubeater N. T.; In the local gym At 110.: The
f to' Judson after the annual report of formerly In the MoCrory Arcade where) he and a sister Mra K. E.Beoler I Clovis Peter of Lot Angela meeting wa postponed from M mtay !j "flef
; the year** operation had been made More efficient work and a .larger of Coral Clabk, attended the Cal.; and Henry Peter of Hometead this week because of the RiMiiund- I i||

.r by George F tt'ala. eecretary-trea- took of good la made possible by funeral' of their father, B. B. Peter, H* aim leaves It grand- Humeatead twakethall game. t
ant at the association. Mr. Judeon the larger quarter Mr. RonnquUt who died at bin home there on Jan. children and one great-grandchild. I All boy not In school and Inter* t
.. explained the corporate setup of the aid Preen breakfast roll, coffeecakes II They left for Roanoke Jan. SI lilted In basketball are urged to be t IYr.
)' farm credit administration of Columbia and other product will be after receiving a wire that their I 1 present, MoCracken **.... H* !
which eervet the states of available aa early. U < a m., he announced father wa critically III but did not Radio Speaker to Talk plan to have a Courtesan league I I

North Carolina. South Carolina. arrive until after his death In Homestead Thursday play a schedule over a period ofeight t

..., Georgia and Florida and made a Mir Aline Harris ha been addedto The elder Mr. Peter, who was IIyear wevk I i it. i iof

thorough explanation of the local aodatlon'i .. the bakery atoll aa nledady. old at the time of his death Virginia Brandt Berg who was unable t.
financial itatement. will be remembered a* a resident of to pay her scheduled visit. to the Open Door In Miami, I* hem'.1 I,
Mr. Judson pointed out that the Tampa Fair Fourth Homestead In IM4 and lots when Homestead lad week wIll speak In earn Sunday over WQAM In .M*. :
eo-olMratlon of farmer 'In the field Largest in America he was part owner of the Central the auditorium of the Neva King dilation Moment" j ''
of credit through the production Filling Station and .later was a partner Cooper School nut Thunder: evenIng 1e.,

I credit association haa enabled them .. Tampa. Jan II rrNSX The Florida of D. L. William In the real *& at I o'clock aoeorttng to an announcement i,
to to collectively Into central invest FaIr la an Institution that the tat* buslnee mad Wednesday TheiI .\! U I'IAD': :
ment market to obtain money at whole state may justly be proud of Besides the widow, Mr*. Susan B. I no admission charm ) ANT
low rate of Intercut The low coat Held annually In Tampa during thobIIl'ht Peter be leave 11 children: Mr*. Mr*. Berg, pastor of the Church d,
of credit of .
reaouree financial center
of the winter season the'
of the nation long available to Florida Fair :
and Gas.. rilla Aaoocla- I.
other Industries, have
through theee
lion rank a* the fourth largest fair
Association been mad available to and tzpoeltlon In America, Including .
agriculture, he said Canada, and enjoy the dattlctlon ef
W. H. Owens, President of the being the argent winter fair In the
association, Presided at the meeting United State More individual
The Miami Production Credit a- counties exhibit at the Florida Fair II
I.I..oelatlon serves the counties of Indian r it
than at any other fair In the < un- ,
River Broward, Bt Lucie, Martin try. YOU"A
Okeechobee, Dad. Palm Beach.
Tilt 11111 Florida Fair will be International
Monroe and part of Collier. The
In ecop Several Car-
) membership of the auoclatlon con- \
, rlbbetn and Latin-America countries
dell of farmer who borrowed from
have arranged exhibit
the association last year for
purpose each borrower Th Florida Fair ground are by using quality : ,
having been required te take outClass unique In that they are located rlgh.!
In the heart of the city The build.
B stock In the amount of $8
for each $100 or fraction thereof Inge race track and ground repro We invite of :
borrowed. The Clan B stork of lent an Investment In excess of two your inspection
million dollar. .
thus Association a. of December 31we. t
valued at 19.41. --

The Miami Production Credit At- Florida Offers Fairs potato crops grown with

eoclutlon make loan. for agricultural To Entertain Visitors ,
pur,_. The Interest I. t percent .

per year at preaent. payable Tampa. Jan. 11 (FNBr -Among
when the loan mature and interest the highlight or Florida'. winter

>t I* charged .onlythe, time the lesson lav the; preeeatatlon of several '.V..C FertilizerHECTOR

l money W iue.rFire '" <. elikm.Ud Inlet In the .tat Coming ,

when moat of the country I* blank.
Destroys Redland Mid with anow, the** exhibit of

Grove of E. R. GoldbergThe Florida' bountiful agricultural and
Industrial product and resources

grove owned by E! It. Goldberg create a wonderful Impression. on

on Richard road and Plummer thousands of northern vlaltor SUPPLY CO.
ariv was completely destroyed by Included amoni_ the eutstandlnefair _
fire Monday afternoon. Th bouee attraction staged In the Mat
which la occupied by Fred Mack arevthe Florida Fair and Oaaplrtn
ert during/ the absence of Mr. and Carnival. Tampa, open till Feb. I;

Mr*. Goldberg who ar* In Montana. Pageant of Sara d. Bola, Sanuota ;.0 n
was liVed by neighbor. The Homestead Feb. It-Si; Central Florida Exposition ----

volunteer fire department *upprvlaed Orlando Feb. It-it: Plant City
backfiring around the A. Strawberry Festival In March; Tarn-
O. Raab grove went of Goldberg' '

Th Goldberg grove caught fir from before any damage was dons
a wood ire north of the property. Ten call were made for gnu WHATs.NOTHING tMP.GP (Oil DON'T To teON ttiS Ws.l.

Friday fire In a hack owned by I fire during the week: one on Frl- wHY CAPA J1rtYnnStull rL.L CAL10 vuWFpNG
Fell Bullard on West Avocado drive day, five on Saturday, two on Sunday Q NVVLk WANT TO A$ 3MM ASI

wae put out ky the fire department and two on Wednesday. Kill MIL ,CAN

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to O.erfta where ho will .. ero '. .1.1I'
IIlJlnlllllllllllllllUlUlIlllIlllllnllnlll1 an opomHttn Wo mope far her IN AND-ARonND'IIOMESTFAD
speedy reoarery""Mr '


hare boon spending a part of the !

winter at Tallitaaaeeo are again. at :

{ : their homo In the R4lando" I ---..... ; !

The foltowln Mian .r. MM *M- I -"The Boy Choir la progree.ln> (Oo tlnu<4 treat Pants Six
Cotta (KB al.. .( tae H.m.l.Mllirtwvrh I J
..... ..... nicely under the able (UreotloatMre of ', i
-" '1. nil amt and Mr and Mr. Joseph MeFerren .
M Mu Boeta Ftattta __ Harvey rtMpetrtrh. (Redaod), IN- ; P
fill Rwchoal Iad were Goo
-.II.. Nathan Roberta of DuPont' 1
1915- on at Mrs. Mary Bppenonai home
Jam. 18, Fla was the week end guest" of Mr Sunday. .,:J'\I r1: ... .. /1., .:
, -"Ml** Pena Fuchi entertained' the' and Mrs. U M Roberta. Redland) \' ::4
. pain or Rhine Club tail Saturday ofternoon -"W. F Thaw and wife of Harer- 1 ; r i ; ;

4. The next meeting will he hill. Maw. arrived last week to spud PRINCETON ;

with Mrs. 0_ Reynolds, Jr, the the winter In their tttracUr bungalow I.{
north Redland road." (Red Mr. A. W. McMckrr, Correspondent t' .
dub bride. on : : ;
land II n ; J. 'J1I"lilll't."I
-"A, meeting of the Woman" Citrus :
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When the Princeton Home Demontraihm : 17lJ7UJ.tCB
League nil be held at the residence -'The Pioneer Guild at their regular : VWfA
Club met at the home of
meeting elected officer for the
vt ).11'1I. J. H. Hill Friday aftornoon
: )I.... D. M. Roberta, president Mrs. A W. MrVlrker Mrs. DeWInk
Jan ITlh Tueoday of but week year ;
Mr*. HeRr Schumacher. vk<. ...*.- lei from the county office demon-
1(... W. J Krome riled severed I
ladies to an all day sewing bee. The dent and Mr.. Tb.... Brewer, aecro-, atra'ed tile making of article, frompalmetto y :
Inclement weather kept some of the tary and treasurer" (Redland The club win meet at Mrs.McVlrker's

ladle at home but the two who attended -"Th. WOW. Installed officer home the fourth Wednesday Rnulti from rn* IM of Ideal are to
arrived early and stayed late for the year laet Saturday oven- of each month at 1:SO. It was outstanding to evident,that yoa .her only to :
Thirteen Inspector suits wore eonv Ing with the ueual impressive ceremony -: decided Preeent were: Mr*. ). W.Campbell MM thorn one timi to become COtI'fince4 that
electing Tho 1C Poet Council and Mr*. Devln Eaaon, of 1
pitted. Seventeen suits were turn I they assets TOV Oil extra mtatiir a.MUty
ed In at the Silver Palm meeting last Commander; H Dove Alllaon. new member, and Mr*. C N Hen-1 producing.valu. In formula Ideal Fertihienan v'
Saturday night. The Citrus League Put Council Commander: D. MRobert .II decant Mr. F M Henderenn. )fre.1 balanced sod adjusted exactly to Florida's. .:

will give a concert In February'Mr *. Banker Carl Urnnl, sea- a V>\\ Drlcger. Mr., Q. W. Mat crop Sad soil nead Ttat'l why they are ae
thewi, Mrs. Bivkaw. Mrs. Bower.
H. Fitzpatrick le chairman of try; Tho Brewer Mannger; R. W. popular.Forms".
the committee M.... Fltipatrlrk Under, Clerk. After the election I Mrs. Ole Peterson Mr* L. C. Hioa forty _""", ,..It ...'
lull had much experience In concert refreshments were ...rv..." (Red I Mrs. O D Bareu. Mr U L. of 1orIde( Lat wed I.e.1 Pertiticeen, thaw .
er Mrs. V Howard 1\In. from that
land) IImlth'l have learned experience
work and hi herself an accomplished! growers }
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-- ''Fred Bonn le enjoying a visit year ago are missing from the file., Campbell. )'re. Walter Kaaon huge ywUt cad quality' creel...the kM dot 1

from his brother of St.! Joeepho, Mo. ** tills column win aw ronOmird a* IIml" Hancock and Mr*. McVlck- show a Let Ml* OJiMrMM* of than

(Longview). of Merck a., or lrew'"kel*you solve your fartilwtr arooleavUMlJeolFortiluai

.-"Mr. and Mre C. W Noel and Write fore copy al ew
I Mr. and Mr.H Allen Markham sow booklet Tralrlobl 1 Florida Truck C****.*
family took Sunday dinner with Mr.
and M.... t'mphry of Homeitead" GIRL SCOUT NEWS are the proud parent of a baby girt )0
who arrived Sunday Produced
Itf leraldlM Rees
(Longview) : II
-"C. W. Little packed about Ito -,
Mia Esther Livingston of Homer Ideal 5-7.5 Grower :
antes of tomatoes In the Hard Tuesday the Olrl Seoul met at t
stead waa a railed at the C. H Pepper
packing house that will be chipped Skill home. Anna Moon wa hotesa Seminole Vegetable Grower :
home Monday
this .#*"'." W* discussed mnp making

'"Attorney Brhallern spends a part how to begin what map are used Mrs H. L. Barnard attended the WILSON TOOMER FERTILIZER CO .

:of his time during the session of for and the most Important point poet office Monday while Mr*. Cora Jacksonville, Florida .
Circuit Court In the county seat at of a map. Vi. read several articles Lott wa In Miami. I
tending to hi. duties there'Julluo ." on other who had made map:
Wright parked about lit ,I and saw map of other Scout who Mr*. C L. Frailer or'blt..
oratea ct grapefruit In one day. bad enjoyed making them U* reviewed Spring who I Ie visiting her sister
This la the record for title section the principal road and sub.1' Mr*. C. N. Henderaon this winter week with 4d. ,,.., l.Lhrryea. qtr b + M+eiMa-YMb
and li certainly 'packing IOme. urb of our town Next meeting spending a one of bar a ?

"-"Or* NelT and wife returned from each girl I* to bring U written I brothers! In Pompano. 0

their trip IB the northern section of place of aa J what
Mr and' Mr*. Joe Augenbach of
the country le now busy a the town I* noted tor I SELLING AGENT
Oloaceettr N. J.. recent
a.o : were
part of the his iplendldgroro Elisabeth Skill Geraldine Relta I'fi
or* of Mrs. Eitelkt Hancock, a ..
west of town." Anna and Mary Moon passed their I er neighbor of their who I* ..Ylal"j ROBERT S. DUNN Homestead and Princeton
,-+J. V. Free baa sold much of his dressmaker badge teat teat % edneday
Ing the winter here with Mr MILLER T. MERCER Manager Coral Gables Branch
city property The Urge hone on Ann and Mary passed their I ,
Mr*. A W McVicker, ;1
.Center St. and the three houses In minstrel teat.lira. .

the Tatum Addition oa Mowry Are., Dexter Home came and talked I err, rote '_'. II- The Proof 0/......... t. .r.1E.N -- J
were Included In the deal ae well aeITerl to a* Interesting' Ihlnge In and yrlw

several.--. loti.Deden" who has charge of about cK Stxxtand.E patrol presented. the shine-eta ,PURANCE; :! "" .font

the II* acre for Capt. #Hardee, three bird In acting. Son of the bird*

melee emit of town on the (Detroit) were kingfisher, magpie, crane and I GUAUIPPED TIRES ;
Florida City prairie. rerwrto Ue crow
Crop looking' fine, and bo apeMs aa tfaoml Davis la the next ho.lji
3 Hold All Outstanding Records ,
abundant yield. He expert to begin The scout orchestra will meeet Vi e* .
parking at their big packing house nueday afternoon after school with On Rood and Track

hero next week ." Bonnie at,..,.. {
'-"Wr Brownlonr U able to be Thee pr..
home again and la much Improved. Mr*. Horn Nina Dynl. Naomi Da.| a Mane e.1. II 6 wi taJ.p. daurd ere
(Redland) rl.., Elisabeth Mrllwkln. Alta Web>j thAMrloawtlranIOIMANC& .. tats Moe Moe
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-0. W Johnson visited W. H Cast et.r. Ann* and Mary Moon KM-! ; aL..r ...- .... _w e./.r, Mw ell .... -
last week and Incidentally took In both Skill Mary France Arthur,! Will are r_ Tr., Ca es sir.I .
a.0 -. W Y .. tee .sits
the races at Miami" Martha and Edwina Cloe*. Geraldine I I ___....... mew

-"Ch. Matian has taken his wife Relti_and Bonnie MyfraiBi I N ,....._ .. ....w-. au __wo ,
....ear __...w Ie.r Tlr a wq .
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Graduate Oberlin Conservatory' and Royal

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r C. A CAVE* LAWN c f.. : /, VaV Raadolpd. Rlclard NTKKTAIM IfwK nor5ls tTBerr9=."

Mr. and Mr Cede. J. Caws *n- and Wilbur Cave*. Ur Hrfd 'Mrt. af. Wrvwtnan MFldHJa

tertalned II guests M ao oyster supper Other fnmt* were Mr. and ilri. (City gar" ilMer party
Social Events I on the law of thenitdne* King Mr and Mr*. Carl King "andMr 811II4.,'ht loner of rehtlve and

Ten_ read on* night early this *. Gladding of New Terk.and Mr. friend front New York who have, lit

*=? I week The event wa not In honor and ...... Houston ol HendenonvlU, been their. gueat since Thursday ot

I of any special person or occasion N. aMRS. Jut week Th vlaltora an: Mr*.
I but woo ut an old fashioned get- Bllverman'i brother and *tr-ui-
RELATIVES AND FRIENDS PAY TRIBUTE I I together ot friends and ,.IaU".1I'". HOI.FK GIVES PARTY II law Mr and M.... Edw Sherman:

Cave said.Among FOR STAFF ESCORTS her later, Mra BeH Chemof. Mr.
TO R. G. WILLIAMS ON 87TH BIRTHDAY those present from Miami Mn. Harry D. Wolf entertainedIn Stlverman'g nephew niece and]
the I. O 0. F. hall Jan. II In
grandniece, Ben Bllverman Mr. .
went Mr. and Mrs Carl Holmer Jr.,
Relatives' slid friend of Robert O honor of her escorts *f the Rebekab. .
REBEKAII9 HOLD DISTRICT Mia Virginia Holmer Mr. and Mr*. ROM Kaplan and Armo Jean K....
Williams of Mixttllo gathered at hit MEETING IN HOMK8TEAI H. L. Rees, Edwin R***, Sheriff and Installing staff Mil trace Field Ian; and two friend, Mrs. Use
home Sunday for the annual basket A district meeting of Liberty I )I.... D. C. CoWman Mn. Chas MM Elisabeth Capllncer, HIM Jennie Schetcen and Jack Ooldbrrg.Otliera I
dliini-i' which they give In obwrreixe Tower MkM Katherine Vann
Rebekah Lodge No. 41 of Home- Relke. Prances Belk and Dr. W. T. at the dinner party went
or hla birthday This yearlnhtyven tad and Coral Rtbekab Lodge No. Lanler Fran Homestead wen Mr. Him Mary Bell Olbbe Miss Louie Mr. and Mra !!am. 8. Sltvermaa ot 1

.. candles adorned his It of Coconut Grove was held In and Mr*. David Barnes. David Jack Long ritipatrick, Mia Alta Vann, Miami and their ion Ronnie Mr.
birthday rake. the gift of a great'grandiilece and Mia Katherine: Harper Dane-
Homestead Monday night The and Margaret Barma.. Mr. and Mrs and Mrs Max O'Koone and Mr*. P.
Mia Marian William* 01 I O O. F. Hall, where the meeting B. R. Bigger, Mrs and Mra: J. T.: Ing and card wen enjoyed. Baron of LouUvllle Ky.. Mia Jen

Horn. "lead.. wa "held WM decorated with pots.getting. Vann Katherine, Alta and Ellen Those present besides the honor ny Jenkins of MUml Reach; and Ed.

)lr. William closest relative ar sweet peas and asparagus I Vann Mr. and Mrs Clarence Sim- guests were: Mr. Gertrude Cplln. die eilverman.

1 Via nephew, niece grand nephew fern.Numbers i mono Billy ad Betty Rene Simmons, .r, Mr*. Maud Simmons, Ml** Fran. I On Tuesday Mr. 8l1v.rmalloolC

and gnndnlec and their children on the program Included I I Mn Eddie Hobson Bobby Hobson" ;;, ee* Edward Mr. Wolf, Bobble Mn- Cheroot .Mr*, gchetaen, Mr.

who attended the reunion. : a question box a piano solo by I Mis and Mr*. R. B:. Care. Mr. and Cave. Otha Haekler. Gilbert Slow. Sherman and )fr. Goldberg ea a

Thou prevent beld*. "Un Uri Gertrude CapHngvr a reading j W. B. Care Mlaa Eula Campbell Morcu MenendM, Harry Minefield, fishing trip;aero** the hay t, Ca*rare

cle. Hoi. were: )I,.. and Mrs Clem J.WllJInm. "Building" of Character," by Mary I Mia Letltla Campbell, Babby CavM, I Leo Bishop Jr.. James Olbbe Manu Creek where the Visitors sought

.. Mr and Mr*. Capper. WllBuhii Drummer a vocal cols oy Ml** Olin I Mr.' mill Mr*. Billy Cave. W. H. >l Aroxarena, Harold Campbell and two,mutton*'&/Ipe,. that welghsa itPounds.

and their daughter, .Mary Nicholson" a reading by Mr*. Trtllu I Simmons, Frank Tom Charles, Rob- Joe a.u..... two grouper and Urea king

Eleanor and Barbara, Mr. and Mri Kennedy and short talk by IlughBastille MRS. DIAL GIVES sloth Mr* Scbttaeq caught a barracuda *
Daniel Wllllama and -their children, and Mr*. Fern Armfleld of The TWO thai welghed.ilpound*.
Calendar PARTIES
WVHMler, Loners and (,harl.*, 'h.,. Miami the assembly treasurer. Mr. On-Saturday )II'. Sllverman took
)lr. and Mra. .E. J. Jyl '' ', hi*.".Bh.....Bat eilvemM, .JUhlacla
Re A. Illianu. Mr. and Mr H. L. .OoldlV lf.. district deputy .preldtnt I tamed .
Kurnli",im. Mr and Mri. R, I. Pickerrinv prlded.Al Fe, 1-Plih fry a.-C-1. Parman at a family dinner party yerday. *- .t lie. OuK.and.lh.laU*t .n.... a
t. Mrs Dyal'i mother lifrs.1.
all of Uodello; Mr and Mri the close of the session, landWlche home for benefit of Mrs Thurman'i O. IJ'PBund..klJllfltotl. a tt-pouod kiss'
I Mc8weny p( Miami; her sisters
Win 0. William and daughter Him And totff' were served ID'the second ends room Mr*. Vivian Rogers and ...*"Robert flshra-L|'pound nyiper, a- "panttl!
Marian and DlOld'IIIIa"' of dining room f Feb. 1-0. 11:. 8. benefit party at Atkinson of Miami and Mn. Earl mackerel and' various ether-ftoh.

Homestead; Mn and MM.' Jobs C Gueft yrMnit-from: Palm R. horn .of Mia Either" Livingston, Meyer of Coral Gables; Mr: Mel MART'GRACE-ENGLIRII; ,_ _

Murphy and their Km, ,Hurry : af! Ixxlg No }f of Miami Were Feb. 1-Builnww meeting of Epic mall ..ush..lo'.t and) ..... Dy- GIVES.THKATJifJ PARTY '.
Mr. and )1r.. R V. "Doak.Mr .ArmtMdILvtk'JeaeeMover" copat Woman'lAoiHIary. al E H. car: UaiiJ. I
; cocaineMr.. and Mrs: Or. If.'Lseof Oract/EjiVUrt/daiWhUr lot t. 1M
., Marjorl Chart and her k'i : .
Nelllo Blcga and mind Myrtle Miner horn*. Hollywood.On .:inS; Patti'' >.V-, E'nirl"II...enterAined -

Marjorie. Ann, all of Whlng- Member" from Coral Lodge ..... Feb. 4-Redlaad P.-T A. meeting Wednesday Mr*. Dye enterlalned t 'a"'group other friend at a r
Ion Pa Mlm Daniel
Margaret and Mr. and Mr*. A. L. Nlckraon, Mr ID achool auditorium at card: Mn. C. L ,Capallo theatre party Wednesday evening
Who Mary E. Brown of Naranja; Ethel Tanderar Mr., Alma of Miami, II.... Elizabeth Fucha.Mra. her eleventh birthday Jinlvtnary.After J
and Mr. and Mr. Rom Wllllnmi of Feb. I-O. E. .. meeting.
Ur*. Ethel Culm Mr*. Ruth Dram-1 I Harold Keith Foulk Mr*. E. H. the show candy and Ice cream
Mlnml and their daughter, BettyIKO Feb. I-W. M. 8. meeting In
i ____ Un. Lelft Kantro Mrs. Mary Methodist church. Miner Mrs Landon Carney, Mr. wen enjoyed.
mer. Miss Olive Nicholson, lybella Chandler and Mra. A. W The guests. Included Betty Jan I
Feb. >-F. L. T. Club meeting In
Trellis Kennedy and MlM lutchlnnon. tfejbem. Betty Burton. Katherine
I. 0. 0. F. hall at I p. m.
MISS! \RIOV KI.ICII Cuhn. Mn'l Qrtknedei, Virginia KJnner, France j
Minx Marlon Myrtle Kllch of All Feb. 5, I, 7-Rtdland Orange 'MRS.! BREWER ENTERTAINS
Mantber from Liberty Lodge King Barbara Miller. WanettriKoeitlln ,I
ami and Leo Pwnecker of Radioed Blo..oOf".Un' at Woman' Club RKDLAM LADIES' All '
tending wont Mrs Florence P.cetll.1 j, *. Eldrldg Ollmer Lester ::1 j
lot the Redlandi. The Ladle Aid
mil married In Miami Saturday Society of the
Archer Albert Edward, Sheridan
Mr. Thlma Radford, Mn. Con .
evening by the Rev J. C. Alma, par Bell I Orlnold Mn. Capllngtr I Feb Homeitead" P-T. A. executive Redland Community Church met at Miller Elbert Weep Jack McMlchaet

tor'.if tin. Rhrrnlde :Rapthit Church Maud Simmons. Mrs. Buttle commute meeting at 10 the home of Mn. Thomas Brewer and Peddle Fucb
In the presence of relatives, and a 101..1 A. m. Thursday afternoon of last week
Molll Wlngat, Un. Wolf,
hw frtendn.Th Feb. American Legion Auxiliary After the business meeting a social 'REfjBYTERli; AUXILIARY
Seattle, Clan Orlnold and I
bride. who la the daughter of Wolfs.LrB meeting at Log Tavern. hour wa enjoyed. MEETS WITH MRS HALE
Mr and M..... Frank Kllch of Florida I Feb 4-8u per Club meeting at Those prevent wen: the Rev. and At the Presbyterian Woman' Aui.llary .

rill I" one of the nurses at Victoria B H. Hlner horn. M.... B. r. Tarr, Mrs George UDeuel meeting at the home of Mr*.
honnltiil, In Miami. She was gra- ( TO HEAR BOOK REVIEW Feb. '-W. M. C. circle meeting Mn. Oeo Reed. Mrs C. Ben T. Paul Haley on Jan. 14, Bible

dusted from high school In Morgantown AND OBSERVE: VALENTINE DIV Feb T-Redland community iup- Plummer. Mn. Harry Reely, Mr. study from the book of Mark was

W. V., In lilt and In 1114 The Woman' Club o( Homestead per. 0_ W. Turner Jr., Mr*. M. A. led by U,.,. A, t. Arthur1. Th*'pro*

was HI'actuated from the Morgantown will have a book review given by Feb I-fI.
fIOun' honpltal training school for Mn. H. H. Ewing at It* Valentin Feb 11-Oarden Club meeting rrltt Jackson, Jof.... Augunt Hever Wen, for" foreign1 mlmlon"

mi' ).i Hr parent cam to the party at the clubhouse on the afternoon with Mr.. H. ,t i. EwlngFeb. Mrs M. :I. Brawnlow Mn. Oeo. W. Members, prevent were: M..... T.

Reillimfl. PUtrh't" about three yumI of Feb. 14, at & o'clotk ll- Club meeting Turner Sr, Mr*. TR Doyle, Mra. Baird 101.... F VolbeuV )I.... Rhine

*. BvTare "moving to Wear Vtrgltuii All club member and visitors In With Un."3.: a Harde. H. J. Arm.trone. Mr*. Wa} Calk, Boil Mm. 7 R; HlrUnoH, )In. H. H.

thev hadHved In 'Miami.Mi the city ar* Invited to coma Feb.Hom..t..d P.-T. A. Ins, Un. U O. Adorns, Mrs. A. ft, Wolfe. Mn, Vf. kfaxnell. Smith; U:.. 'i

Hern..*ker I* the son ...f Mr: Flap for the Rfdlund District meeting 'I Barns, 101.... Mat Wolf ...... C: F, Arthur1. M..'J. W. Itolfertt. II... D.

.n,1,I Mii P.I.. Bornerker .who came Fruit Festival were dlM>HMd at a Feb U-Woman'l Club of Horn Box of Miami and Ulna Etll-Turti. Perrln Slake Mra. 'R- : Ci Jackcon.fnd .

to th.dWrtrt i about 1wnty-thr, meeting held In the clubhouse Thar- stead study elaa meeting with Mine ... 'Mn, Haley.
,..,,,.- no tie attended the Red- Jennie Lc>bd.lI.
day afternoon. Mr*. B. A. Ennisgave 0 The star point of.Ad Aatra Chaper Mr.'and Mr. 9. W. Smith of M..
land -0 tools and I* now engaged In Feb. II-W. M t'. meeting In
n report of Inat wek' Dad of the O. E. 8 will have a benp- de'lo! surprised t their eon.|n-lw and
fanning County Federation meeting held In church tit party tonight at the home of daughter. Mrt and .f.... Augustus
Tlo. y will make their hone In Red. Atlanta and Mra. R J. Shepherd andMn Feb U--Ldl..*' Night at Home-
Miss Either Uvlngnton The ad. Wynn with a birthday dinner Fri
tin I
J. M. Dobbin supplemented her aced Rotary Club. I mission charge U to. be baaed on the day evening In honor of Mr. Wyon'i
Feb. U-\Vom.n' Club of Hometead. -
talk. number of letter In the penon'i
uivtiMDiK ,Ul114 book review and valentine peaty
for the meeting served wafersand
HUH i'i\'
Jonn..N wore married In the Baptist X. Q. Ball Mr*. .. r Matthews. meeting with Mr*. Wayne Calkin of Ad Aatra. Chapter of the 0. E. 8. reported .tail.week that cargo were
pn-i.Hum by the 1t.v. C. N. Walk. Ffb II-W. M. 8. circle
Mr*. Holllater flag*. Mr*. Harry meetIng have been Invited t* be special played at the foully., party held anMr
er 'INdny,, evening. The wedillni.wim. guests at the meeting of the after
Wolf and Mine Jennie LobdellPermanent lodge M P. Wollam'i birthday
i* it aurprln. l. both friend Feb. II-Helping Hand Club'a 1. the Masonic hall Tuesday ven- I the afternoon iiirprl party Not

ant I i illative. -NwNnNNNNNNNwwNNNyN..N.NxNNw. election of officer Ing. .card but old long were enjoyed.
Mi"'. Jones |raja o daughter! .ot Mr*. -- -
Hi Am.n of Perry and a (Inter, of Waving

.. Jew Inmman of Redland and
.t Mn. ir O. Walt of Homestead Croquignolc or Spiral

with whom slid has hen making her

home for the past year Abe was $5.00 $7.00NEWEST .
at i,0111.1"". mm carbun High School

near """'1'. In 1)21 and attend
METHODS OF HUB 1 know the value of relief
yi Florida flit College for Women IF you yeast
fm the"
Mi Jones I* a son of Ur.. Ella of constipation, for clearing blotchy

ion* or Miami .who formerly lived Flown 'n.-r.rlal. '
In homestead and he attended the Manicuring--Ma rreeieby ( skins and for general toning of the system

{loinMtejtJ Twill Khoobv live la Hometlead.Thp _. nperk0aft4 operaree you'll want to-get Puretest Brewer's

4unilan-of whtther' or (Out '.yari teem'location Yeastand' get this big! saving..:'' .' ', ':

the. Homestead V.f A. wjlf\ have afntttr MAE NORMS BEAUTY
at the RedlnniflJlutrfct Fruit '
IHH" .I will t. f KinAed at the SSOFFErh \ 7'} ,. n'.v*. : :
tenting: of the, *in\tlr eammttte '
$nit room nfothew wihhtiwUfM" aMft .9serera Mr.'Mss.. .*.. f- ., j, yV: : '

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I I Friday February 1, 1935. THE LEADER.. ENTERPRISE rare Eleven yCi'he

] sties thwMay at MO 6. m: ;
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ChurchesBAPTIST ,I Huiueslead. Krorae av mu* at N.' ,

161k,eireel; the Rev Frederick Vet-,

bed, pasttuv Sunday school at 1*, RATE: : .'Flry Insertion, 14) 41106. subsequent Insertions, 'II f

a. m., divine worship at 11 a. .j Io Una
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t pl.'. meeting at ...0 p. n. Prayer and Tie p. m -
meeting Wednesday at T.IO Feb. S-No evening eermen. '

Walker, pastor. Sunday school at HFI9COPA1.Bt SPIRITUAL TEUPLB 01 TRUTH ,
11 a. B. Preaching at 11 a. m MODEL: I Urea eelfetarterv
: Homestead branch of Miami FORD. food TUNING and repairing. ;,
Jobo' 'OI 8 Krom v*
and fip.. m.; B., T P O, at tU Homestoad Minister la| Spiritualist Temple at TruU UWoman'i battery .hem-.Just the: Hoed used plane for sale cheap '
...;. Prayer services Wednesday ana thing But .I....... .... AIM .TVWyKnlfhtt I
p. charge, the Rev. C. R. Palmer,j ,Cull lit N. W. Eighth ( W. B. Loon: Ill Mr W. Ira St
M tSO,, touring oar' J.'t well "
A avenue. Wen' Bible claaa. and onto
HIS 2T: B. First avenue, Miami;'
peoP...' lycaum at ':U p. m.I broken In, coat,over Illtft cash,
Feb. Morning aenaoai .t;. bur reader, Joph Oau .* ns. young f
.big the Bible"! evening *erntoniThe Homestead. Second Sunday each healing by Dr. J. Carl Hobnn" at cjnly 110. Make dandy Ilihl truck. HEMSTITCHING while you _I"
W. I. Rhode florldn
Unity el Life. month, holy communion I a. ... TII leciure and measures at I p. flety.410f1) ginger' sewing machine and repair : I

I'nrC'l'.leel study el the Lat Sunday each .'Dlil. service m. by the Rev. Soda Hobson. *. Mr*. Wra. H, Booth,

book of Joanna and aermon T.IO p. m. AH other I NEW HOME sewing machine tit across from 1'. E. CL *tUon.RELIABLM '

CATHOLIC Sunday, service 11 a. m. Sunday "My dear sir you flatter m* by 1 1'. Drones, opposite Redland !
school every Sunday at I:45 a. m.: lingering to hear the remainder of post office. (pJH-fl) WATCH REPAIRING !

Church of tile Sacred! Heart- Wednesday before last Sunday of my tale when the other passengers W. H. Wood, MoCrory [
.. B. alMOnd avenue, Homestead; the month corporal communion for dashed away at the sound of the PIANO excellent ton, good condl

Rev, Alfred )McDonald pastor. Su > Women' Auxiliary I dinner bell" aald the long.winded tIon.. Cheap for cash ilr' Cum REAL ESTATE \,
Winkle, S0< N. W. lot A"a.
day mass at I a. m; weekday tourist to his one remaining listen ,
maw at til: dally Sunday EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN er. RHODE ISLAND egg for ..tlb" REAL ESTATE)-Thou* who wantto !

school Saturday I a. m. Sunday I fit. John'*-Redlaod. Dr. II:. L.Wledanmann "What! Ilea the dinner bell Satisfaction guaranteed Mr*. O*>. buy or sell Redlan.l District i
school Sunday following I o'clock school real estate will find v
paator Sunday rung?" asked the other a* he jumped Reason King Highway and
...... Communion for women the each Sunday at 10 a. m. German to his feet and dashed toward the Federal Highway. UUtf listing In our office. Many ol )
tint Sunday of month; for men and service each Sunday at 11 a. m, conducted dining roomer Ex. these listings are still at subnorMal \
boy, the second Sunday of month I by O. Borgardt; English....., GOOD USED electric' refrigerators.Homestead price. We shall approbate \

Holy hour first Friday of mouth I vice on first and third Sunday at I I Electrical Shop (dlltn either your Inquiries or your list .'

at T45 p. m. Mass tint Fridayat p. m.. conducted by paetor. B. P Eckman, M. D. FOR SALB-Mul* |l 0. Can try her' Ing, all of which will have our V
TaO a. m. Benediction of the bear attention. Now I* the time
At ru.IJl'llt'et Tue*. and' Sat, I I day. S. It Filch lilt
:Blessed Sacrament after mass, METHODIST EPISCOPAL to buy. B. W. Morris, now **eocl<
It le 4 p. m. Phone llt-tV t 1
ted with H. A. Camera. N. W.
SETTING EGOS. New HampshireRed
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Florida City Community Church Coral Gables offices tlllH
II for II.. Mr.. Preston H. 1st fit. In citizens Bank BMg.Phone .
Florid CII,.-Broadway and -Tha Rev. Burton F Tarr putor Ponce d* Leon Blvd., I to 11 <
71. olltf)
Sixth street Sunday achool at Sunday school at 10 a, m; preacu- and t to I. Phone Xwgreea: II Lee, Ooulds, FU. (Pct)

.... a. m. for pupil under 10 year Ing at 1.10 p. m. Epworth: ... I FOR flALH-Sewing machines ACREAGE!: AND .KO\rS: .I

of age; morning service at 11 at I:41 p. m. .ru.1 I I taws 111.SO and up. Machine for rent CHARLBS I. BROOKS ipeclallnee

'" o'clock. Wednesday evening services Redland.-The Rev. Burton II and It a mo. O. P Baucoin it Reilland properties. a

which include testimonial of Tarr paator. Sunday Khool 3 DR.M.A.BERGERDentist Booth', opposite F. H. C. elation.n 1 Purchasers ere In MIAMI so list It

beating and experiences and remark m.; public worahlp 11 a. m. ( 'tf) with a broker you know to be a'

on Christian Science, I p. m. 1 JHR1STMA8 Vine, young plant, REDLANDSBOOSTER.
The publlo 1* cordially Invited to at. METHODIST EPISCOPAL SOUTH .De. Mr*. N. J. Ball 11 N. K.Ith Send your Hating, with legal decrlpllon )
tend. I WhJte Stout (.7sarcla-lHome' 36 N. Krome AvenueUpstairs St. Than ItlR. (nlttO
I of land price, terms, eta.| I A
stood the Rev. A. A. Kowtlln,
send postal and I will call give i K
; or
Feb. LraiMin-scniion topic tor. Sunday school at 110: a. Island Red cockerel
Pu'l for full Information to J. R (Dick)
"Ln.. brooding N.
,f preaching at 11 a. ra. and : purpose
J Ball, II N. K. Ith Bt. Phone Brook, Homestead.
m. Junior Lagur at 110: p. Office Hours 8:30-4:30
HI League at 141 m. (nUtf
: p.
Homestead.-Corner of AvenueA OPEN EVENINGSBT / 111 N. B. First St. Miami"
at a 0 Prayer meet
League : p. m.
and Fifth street' T. J. Hun toll. FOB RENT with South Atlantis Mortgage Co.
Ing at ':'0 p. m. Wednesday. APPOINTMENTDR.R.S.AKERS
,. minister Bible study at ID .
communion fellowship and February 1-Morning message STone ELDU on Oversee Highwayon .... UXc.- J
rout to Key Wet at Flarldo
preaching at 11 a. M; preaching at Tsui's Thorn In the Flesh" special

':10 p. m. Prayer' meeting. music by the rhoir. Evening City.City. FT* Writ Box 114 (Florida irfl-lt) SEMINOLE THEATRE ."
at fill! .p. m. message by Dr. C. K. VUot ape-

rial music by choir tinder directionof FURNISHED APT. 1U ml. N. of ,
CHURCH Or GOD Irving Lyon. DENTIST Farm Life School. Mrs. Eva Case
Adults ., ..1Ie Children. toe .
BomMtead Rev. J. 0. Qrubb. pastor. Silver Palm Community Church- Office fours t a. ra. to I p. m. Mallnra 85c:\ and l flKKIIHV t
Sunday school at I:41 a. m.; preach- The Rev W. i. Palmer paetor | NICELY FURNISHED BEDROOM
lag at 11 a. m. and T10 p. ...; Senior Sunday school every Sunday at 101 Closed Saturdays modern convenience U N. E. --- :
a. m; preaching services on first| Uth 8t (tilt FMIIttAia I
C. 0. O. Society 110: p. m.; In.
; twnMdlat CL O. O. a la parsonage third and fifth Sunday at 11 and Open Sundays 9 to 12 NN.HNNN "Caravan"with

110 p. n.; primary C. O. O. S In 7:10. ISlk-Fed ,
I 1741 N.V.. 1ATII ST.. MMMI Fry
parsonage .:10 p. m. Mid week CHARLES BOVKU and
Braver service at 710 D. m. WedBcaday METHODIST FREE PHONE 22111 Corn-Fattened LORETTA TOUJIO
Florida Clly-the Rev. Edith Tam. I
FRESH EGGS--J A musical romance with stirring rgypsy
blyn paator. Sunday school 110
p.I, t'EEhCKI) musk
CUTJRCI1 OF THE NAZARENE m., preaching ':'0 and I p. : Mrs. C.V.. MiKwenl
Iloneitrail-The Rev. How.rdI I Young people' meeting 7.16; N. K. 14lh BtEdward Added. Pardon; Pnim' Fmllr of

Eckel, putor. Sunday school at Junior meeting ':10 Tuesday; prayer I ........ ...............-H.m .. Youth ronwdy "Mat HiiRgle", aS J
I:41 a, m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and meeting 7 p. m. Thursday j von :N.H.H.N,M.NINNHNN.NMH:., ::.: .-
MO p. m.; N. Y. P. S. and Junior I'EITrCOSTAIl : .
meeting at 110: p. m. Prayer meet- Stiling FrltlU'tKY"Babbitt" I
Gould*,-Rev. C. C. Hanaberelr.j Cosmetics and Household
Ing Wednesday evening 110.:
Real Estate r
pastor. Sunday & :

Princeton-7, P. McCall. paator. Preaching at 11 a. m. and ':10 p.j, Specialties General Insurance ] ,
with OUT KISSER and \IMS:
Sunday school at MS Preachingat m, Young People' meeting at I:DO SI'EdVL PRICES .'I.oHIO.'lTr, FLA. MAC MAHON ;
10:41 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Junior p. m. Ladle Prayer' Circle Tuesday i Cor. Palm A.... and A TO, B I I

meeting 110 p. m. Toting pea at 110 p m. Mid.week prayerTURNER'S i ii until Jan. II on .....n...__"'_....._ Sinclair I-ewls1. maul lumen navel
I Tissue Creiuii I in**.ntiMl with all Its trim the humor. I 1

Cleansing Cream ADDED Policy Girt a ltr.Mil..*yHratlty
Bleach Cream tunirdy and "Camera

Hand Cream Rotary PnbUe I Speaks," a Pepper. Put Roo"...... I'

&r&JRED LIMBS IIl'ND.\\IO II.\Y. KKIt. 14 :

HOME M H. EfQM A... "Judge Priest"with ;


JOHN O. BALLET POST NO. U A Southern Country Judge j

I. Zi4our! Ambulance Service NEVERlEfHE AMERICAN LEGION ADDED "lloll Pnnpn-lly. as jl

, .V- Meet Snot sad third WednesdayS Andy flydo ('.....,. send. "Wu U4BdnvMiM"
I 4 lADY ATTENDANT a Tmrytonn, tm Pala
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Phone 664-R Homestead, Fla. SKI A old past .Mc$ South Know lv., New
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N* matter what price feinerel yo may select the service will
-' equal that of the meet costly, for we render, but one Mandardf et tllle ... ,...., "One Exciting I I

eervlre-the finest.
j Adventure"with ;

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Aiwa only clean, conrleurII. now. by reading Romance! alamourl! Thrill

amNleba "Rocky Rhodes"with
i A Dei'y Newspaper fur like H.mb .
t':4 MVI kin time sew ..:.< afmt sad I BUCK JONES!: :
1 m fM. Ha :iMfMi. = ;:-l..:..ill.fix..: M HtmrtiSum I II and Uonuig >
Amr.tM H.m.e.kar. Air Mew tee 1t I ta keep ADDFIli: Ntiigerbre4 Boy" an O*.
e I ( 01" C'to.l: :.eae ie.,. V,".,eo.d'Mr.4:'v them CUa*,da used Healthy
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T.s tAa.u.n, er.ay,ue se/tea II'Crtt.-ML.ann axtt. .."' _lIt e&_. a1Mar 11- he a i he1.1PROBAK .....Ce.D.A..6N/L Ow TIIIR4.-FRI., FED. ,.,

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Pare Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, February 1, 1935.

vta the Tamfaml Trail" k* aald.Th ,,,
dinner wa bald to the Log At the Seminole I .
Tavern oa the tMxl Highway south c' "
of PrtaeMon." Accompanying Mr. ,
Healy and Major Collln were Frank Few author live to see the none !
Howard vleirel DEATHS URGED Motorists Club, L. B. __man and definitely a Hilt of national though : e .. :
1. M Edmund, of the BUM, era*. a* to be added to the languageth at
nlaatlorf and II. L. Bronaon ot New country
Motorists' Club Officials Tork. It I* doubtful If Dickens ever now f .. '
-- the, ,..ord.11111'1.. ..." and It tn n
Also Renew Talk on
Cervantes read .
pertain that never '
Loop Highway BOY SCOUTS GET the word rqulatotto," but Sinclair ,"' ,

Lewis, author of "Babbitt". r ada of .
With the toll from automobile baabltiT.The I fiUiI'WU.'H 'j
crashes avenging ono deatho*>r book which .baa been mad .
In Miami at frtntnt a vigilant or. Into a title of the awn title
enliatlon pledged U resort motor FOREST PROJECT ,shown her Saturday la an aatound- : Gold Coin .
tragic violation was Mm by Major Ing croae.aurtlon ut American life In
I .. _.... .
i R. ColHiie, president .( the Florlii -- a email city wan aimon crust '
Motorists Alliance speaking at 200 Trees Already Plant detachment, Lewis has thruat his MILK 5 tall :29cCloth f
the Redlaad Dlntrtet Chamber ot lancet Into the vanltlei and hypoc- cans
ed in
1 omraerco dinner Wednesday night. Tract on North rtilet or emus small towner
m the only way to make the streets Krome Avenue The greatest Interact centers In '0
'end highway sate for responsible Babbitt, himself, played by Guy Klb- .
-.otorUta, Th B. (X a for the uw *f 40 bee Without knowing It, he le a Bag :
It to about time that the re- acre, or raw lend broadcast by thj poseur, with nothing back of bin Sugar 10 Ibs. 47c .
>oniUl>Ie people got together and Homestead troop of Boy Scout two hero/! 1)OIture.It a mediocre :. ..
,,4 something about auto traffic .!, weeks ago brought prompt renpone iblllty.HI .
rations," he raid. "An organisation A 10-acr tract on Krom avenue, wife played by AUn Machlahon : Irish Cobbler 10 lbs, ;
vigilante pledged to report every hair a mile north or Avocado drive see through him, but love
it-eyed devil on the road at right. has been loaned to the troop by Max him with a deep maternal proteo-
'err car that shows the result of Loaner, and Bcouunaater Koeatlln Iveneu. Hit children are far : Potatoes 1 :
ahead of him In of the C
ui brake could have someone to believes that a 10'acre tract adjoinng knowledge
i 4.p record of violation reported ownership of which I* yet unknown world.
id to aend out notice to violator can be used ...... When drama came Into his aelf-
arming that violation had been not. The scouts have already planted centered life It find him un pre.pam : Canova or SenateCoffee IN :
,d and to ae* that the habitual of- 100 tree en the tract In their reforestation and the result la a forceful) .
t waders are brought to trial." project Tomorrow they and moving human atory.Try Vacuum

A. T. Healy, president of the Flora will got Instruction In the ue of Packed 29C ;1
Uotoriata Club, who wa Intro. a surveying transit from :Mathema-
wed by :Major Colllne, said he hat lea instructor Harvey ot the Home i ,
pent from I:lo to '.'0 that day at lead High School, and under his ; IIOM-ESTE. chat RIPK I Ibtt. ,
i tie trial of a boy who was convicted future uprrvtelon will proceed to "
i manslaughter for killing a man plat the entire tract. EGGS .........._.......... 39c BANANAS. ............ 13c, .
with his automobile. Four two-acre plot will! b* set Waldron'si :;

'What I would like to see." heaald. aside for Individual patrol project I i ". NO f (.\'o1S I for PINK f tons I
Of the four patrol that make the : '
I* a state patrol Th tta.rran' troop. Permanent up TOMATOES ........ ..25c SALMON ................ 2Jc: .
oamp buildings Bread and Pastries
fu the state patrol a* easily
wIll be .raet.... The tract i* ao close
a* ne can the other Another thing :
FANCY GLUM 5 Ike. I'RE."Il' lb. pklh
to town that the boy can ;'
w* ought to have la a driver' 11- .
tones to enable our court to hold hike out after achool and work on RICE ........................ 25c CRACKERS .......... 11c'
the various project. Th reforeata-
their ringer on the puln of driving." AT ALLGKOCERS
tlon project U planned foe a three-
Mi Healy erred continued agitation I HOME: GROWN 9 bunches PALMOLIVE 4 barq '
year period with 'Instruction and auparvlaloa. -

for the Cap Sable loop high.way of United 8t.... foreatryxpert CARROTS .............. 15c SOAP....................... 19t
No plan for the Everglade *. i :.
National Park would be complete un- In the recent campaign for fundi I
lee It Included a highway intern, to support the Dad Council of Boy I I Spochll TAIIJ Ipwlalt -
that would take you around aid Denote, Homestead troop raised |5I. BAKED IN r '

through Cap SaMe the park to Everglade-from Homtttnit City and' It. quota wag |10. HOMESTEADUse ;I J Wheat wl/- .. BIS- = :
I' I I ILes
thence Homestead or Miami USE MANGANESE Ii i -
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BUTTER .........._.... 39, HAMBURGER :.... 16c ;
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