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 22, 1935
Publication Date:


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


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).

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University of Florida
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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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MILL I I Bill to Drafted Tax Excess Washington Potato Sales Meeting\ I II :! FIRST CAR TOMATOES FROM : I

1936 Ii A bill to designate potatoes a twain I-uie'> iuta would bo -based on thethree I I i FLORIDA SINCE FREEZE ISSHIPPEDBYHOMESTEADMAR J
commodity and control their production highest acreages and the three.
with a tax of three-fourth. of acent ; highest yield .ir acre elected
I a. pound on sale mad In excess from the roam 117 to llll, ineiuklv !
AID of allotment was drafted by representative *-aud tine ,...... Damaged oryMd I I
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of potato grower la It 1 nrd not be the mine aa ...1eet.ed .
states aid interested members of for acreage The average production .
: eongrew at a meeting held In Washington figure obtained In this Manner ---
on Fb IS, according to Information would bo the bass for try adluntment I
City I sent out to Dad. County potato program which ha a* It* THE WEATHER I Plants Saved From Frost
growers this week by County goal the parity price that obtained
Agricultural Agent C. H. Bteffaul of In the yean llll to till, Incl"" ...I I OITIeU" WMrtM report of tie Subtropical' Produce Fruit That

Homestead.By A maximum tolerances, or leewy CaperllMlit 8t....... HumxWxl. Florida Brings $3.20 f o.b.
designation es a. basic commodity of two per cent can bo allowedby
RURAL !'I ..
potatoes would be clamed u a. the mcretary of agriculture In | IMia | |
note ITmltiu! KM I
.... Data. i
SPONSORS staple crop, along with cotton to- adjustment of Mat allotment 1 Ftt i ,"t1 f if |"U'I| OTHERS TO START

baoro and corn, but *. provision I* County Agent Mteffanl said that l Feb. II ..... I IT \119 It.III (PICKING NEXT WEEK ;
Delegates to be made for benefit payment to South Dade potato growers j Feb 17 ..........I/I 14 j IIM 1 -
e to'Chose those who cut down their acreage-; have a. very few years ot yields an,111, Feb it ... I H i II 10.u I! .OJ
mittee a* his been the otwe with cotton and acreage* from whir to choose their' '''10. 11 | Tl I X611021,; Packing House Activity ,
other etapl crop under the agricultural .baa figure for allotment, a* this:' Feb in 77 | 41 ilo.13 Into
To Swing
adjustment administration. The Ie\ a comparatively new potato area Feb. 11 75 11130.19
!the city purpose of the proposed bill 1* to The present crop covering; about In 3 Weeks
lyJlMonOay (flight limit the quantity that producer 1,000 acres, h* Mid, U the largest i t tWhat

nail ' puJfteltYtjmrjwet' mad la excess of allotment, county but duo to dryaeaa, trust and POLL TAX BOOKSTO in .believed to lie fits firstear

:; Under the term of the proposed continued cold weather, the yield I* > of comatose to roll out of Plot ,

none aOor al theWfiexf.std+wiw bill quota that Could .be old. tax. greatly .dllCe4. J.ut...., the: BE BROUGHT da since the (reeve of Doeomtxr It ;

Fr'iflt Festival free will be Mtablllid Mat quota acreage was .ato '1111no phenomMl .' woo shipped. Mats '1-.1- Jost {
would be broken Into allotment ,........
!e action Friday by J. A. Hojk ot this clly, \
to Individual .wodueef* by commit HERE BY MONDAY
of 'unollm.n Aa on a* the rush ot the icuonklaofcena
who raised them on the mouth M4
low n. a teem working t* co-operation with )t". Bteffanl said, there will I
?rl.'k ;, the secretary of agriculture, A probably a meeting of South Dad of the Florida Oily Canal They

totes|whkh potato grower to consider feature Trustee Voters May Pay were *.M for II tO a crate fob,
poaslbl*. tolgree ITO of the new bill u affecting this U.... 1Wmemtaad and wag shipped 1 1
how Hcens*. TURN ORANGE At the Washington meetla,,'he at City Hall Until PltUlmrgh. Th *)*.,r first qnnli;

mtlllWgemeoL' b big potato production oection supported March 2 Icy awl ran to Ski and '.A",

find provtto en BLOSSOM I FETETOMENOFR.D.LA. I the bill a* needed to curt exOOMIV w.. They wor 4no himatneo from
1 f AN astatine Mile that demoralln price. plants net out since the freew, how*
n waking hi States from which grower voted In Poll lax book for the school. mill- ever but were frum Wallis that Mr.

r a J( .he' wanted flavor of the bill were Alabama Idaho ago and trustee election to be held' Hooks had protected f,,,m flip fiuxt
....,., ... Illinois Kansas, Main, Mlnntat by ooVMinc 1 the tart i-lvanoe In-
at tl'O' I'om..leadld Rediii
t.t1 ilQl3lor&h.. 1' 1 ,. *. Sew. Jereey -NorUr Carolina." shoots 16 o'iht1m"i r.;"fliCAbI.adind cold:
in >? \he Redlanx} Woman's CluS Ohio Virginia and West Virginia March Ie will be brought Mr Muoki has a Ill-acre iiluntlnK.Vint .

himlfT -.. Retains Chicken Dinner Representative of grower In Cbn to the Homestead city ball Saturday picking weed NwrMl to I*

referred. {to the nootlcut Massachusetts and Pennaylvanla so that beginning Monday vptere darted by a tow other' tomato aro"-
effort limed by Concession Only 'voted against the bill. Florida may pay their pot taxes without ere next week, but It will he three
thagkommltteo and laulaana went on record a* week befur the. asp. from the pnlfraea >
: Th W41ban'e Club at the Bed- having t* make a. trip to the courthouse .
paper at the '' not voting; Maryland and California, plains amounts 10 any can.eldenble
ment. wa, given land voted Tuesday to turn its annual a* atwent. Michigan, :Mew York at Miami. City Clerk R. E. velum iM4Unt hodwmro

nero* ..... .,I.0. Orange Blomom Festival over and Nebraska representatives voted Edward offered] U act as collector getting their cr*
supported to the men of the Redland District -press.". tt school authorities would have the otherwise preparing, home- *j.4befor

mr her of the Improvement Association whose pret- books brought her*. Principal L. B. king there will, taw *rtlvUyiplenty.
IIUI I'A. J. (dent, W. W. Jobnnton and two other .
Gym Exercise or Games Bummer said h* would get the
the o member, W. M. Brodl and August la the meantime thousands *t
eft l' The Heuer lave already asked the Available to AdultsMen book. hnniper of .bran ore being uhlniw.l.

MP\.a by county commissioners for fund to Since March 1 ta the but day on and while the price. has horn down

of Councilman T I' assist In giving next year's fair. over SI year of ag who de- which poll taxes may be paid for the round a dollar a hampei tnf t*
On Bailsman / Th club decided, however to regain sire to take part In volley" ball basketball school mlllago and trustee election the fact that the Wg pont-froeee
the publicity the chicken dinner roncewlon.Ur and calisthenics ar liked Homestead planting train her and the Lake tie
:: : : the book will be In just
vent a CIlia Stewart ohalrmaa of this to be at the Homestead gymnaiium one .....11. They will close at 6 hit the market at the *.n.. "....-.
Mayor P, V year' festival committee, gave her Monday night at 7:ID for the pur- p. ... on Saturday ot next week. price are *&|..ted lo tllttfn within
omiWitteee orgfn'lsatloas' report at title meeting. pose of organlilng a clan or league Poll ....* for 1114 become payable the next week or two. MilimiMU' erlf1uuh
of of In desired those who .....
elite one the dob' object whichever 1* by Nov. l, till -otter the poll taxpaying are Increasing
ed (a work fertlval baa been to Cha. MoCrarken, coach ot
bolding th* attend." deadline for the general election rotate shipping I* In full .wln '
levy In the rat** money for scholarships, the{ the Homestead team. said this week.A of that month, to those who saw, with the market round
get for run) member voted .&0 give ten dollar class. for atria not In school and! voted then must still pax.IhspoU! tax (1.11 to It,It ft txintuU, frloM are
11I"ID the city to the scholarship fund of the Dade for women will be organised by Ml*I for 1114 In order o vet In ih.WOOIt.lun *x| to'Wn
their County Federation of Women' Kathryn TIa...... glrli' physical education ele March II. that the bumper South Dale plane ''',
ovV to a cen*" lobe, and ten dollar to the Rodland. director' lit Uome toad High tnt of ....* acre I. not giving
chosen at the the Candidates for membership oath
Future Farmef chapter. School. In school rymaaalum at nor than half a yield dw to ton
central, ...... local board of school trustees
A nominating committee composed t p. m. T. All Interestedflrla much cold weather acid the leek of
resolutions wilt of Mn. !A/WakHn, Mr*. SeymourDan7"1klr and women are Invited by Miss are placed In lamination. by 0 petition rain j
county : *. M. 5. Armstrong Mr. Theism to be present at the meeting signed by five qualified elector" I
far the : M. A. Baker and Mrs Chw. Turnerwar ;. Basketball or caliathenle exercises and presented to the Dads County ----- -

mlllag Ip the appuMted to pmarit 'Haute* for: or both may be chosen by board ot public Instruction not later I School Varsities
Th* covndl next ,.ar'* officer at the .annual these Joining the group, MU Thel- than 10 day before the cletUuo. High
proposal of Is IK itvmtnf of the club on Mar II.On ma said Only those who are taxpayer w I Play Last Games Here
I to Issue wll Mor. II tho club will tic JO I Thou coming. out should bring real er personal property In the

I official, : rear ..U. mud Ma annul birthday gym clothe and shoes, the Instructors school district In which they realdo! Th basketball teams ot ....*. >
and authorised dinner will be held oa that date. ...14.I are eligible to veto In this (lection.There !
i IB accordance Head and Iledland high schools will
I* a school trustee board for season tonight
finish their regular
I fro nth* ."Ie '
the Homestead and Florida City with In their' own gyma
nm Its take Citrus Production Increases Offset .
&alarle*. I school and was for Rdand Farm i llomeMead will play Id* M .....rof -
Caused Frostgrew Life School and the colored schools Miami Beach at Humwtrud and f
Crop Shortage by
14 :forfeit at OoM and Princeton Three ....... Hedland wm try for another wMever 'II
ben ..DAtllule.,1I board Th Pone d* Leon HtoH 'In the Itedland 1
In Police aauuwvflla. Feb. 11-Relief from to 41.111,000 from Homestead school dUtrlrt I* known I gym. I
unsatisfactory condition In citrus Texas Eta III...* ."11..1.000'1 a* Special School Tax District: '
Twelv* men marketing no longer can b* M* from Loul...... 111.000 and I, and the Radiant school NO.1 The next playing three two
will d win lie Mar I In the
highway '\ .. shortages In output except for briefperloo seen, no.too and 141,000. gripe- known a* Special School! Tex immune *
e .t Mataeumbe. and tn restricted torrltorle, ; fruit this state's production I II figured trot No. ,. i basketball toumunmt of the fifth
high school of the Mat *eko
Extension at 11.000,100 boxes
the State ATtear !
night on char compa..l.
Prevent members of the two true-, Edlnon
t held In the Miami eye
drunk end tee board arc Hom..teadA. J. Homestead 11'11plq Key Welt *tI
felted cub release of federal ttatutlclaiuot Texan to credited with UIO.OOO.pln.t
k Campbell. Frank U Hklll and Mn.BUtiwho ft. m. and Rodland will play Ida
for their .p estimates on till "'lOn' produotlon 1.1II.OM. CaUfornla to given
; Monday night tnercaj tor the country aa a I.'....00 comparing with 1.711.000and Ckepman. Rodl..4Y.. IL M. Fisher In too tint game after
Mobley. Cha. Cox and J. It Hick- lunch
H. Dabs .. whole of 1.......*. how* ever but Arlaona 1.110,000 Instead *f 1ilomoatcad
... .
f drlvluafter hi year was Indicated In figure shown '''.000. loot tt. two (arnm of
e4 Into an 1' : lag a lltl.86 crop V> .*) '..,let"* Citrus tree growing In Ftorldt It I* necessary for each of IbuM the put week Friday It was defeat.
Ir avepu* of T!,til,CM koiMagaUMt I1.IIT.- before the December frees sure dl.trkt to vote the maximum levy tel by Miami High on the HUM,
might. forfeited ; 000 hexes" for tU...., ft ',.ln ofmore bered !.,!,..n.. according lit a ot t* mill at these election In order Head court 10-11 and Tuesday by

falling JO .... t6aa II per -'. count completed by the State Plant to provide ufTlolaiit fund to Utaml Edition at Miami It.".
nlghl HI* : Drug output ot Florida baa Board just previous to the cold that run the schools a full ninemonthterm lUdland was defeated Tuesday hr
; charged with dropped to 12.00 ooo boxes from J month A gain of 141 per cent 'In 1* the urgent reminder Of the Plying L'* of Fort LaudattaMt
II AMU 41% bead ot lf.100.0vt but that W CalUurola (Continued an I'M Three) 1,*chool: ftuthorlUoa, Fort Lauderdale, ....., .

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Pair Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. February 22. 11435.c : .

-dkdy, .awl .Be of .WWI I, e.M OMs vans, fII _-j emit do ., SM ... rose II I rwto.Aftt'O.
.fr c F. P. & L. REDUCES; to 'M 49MV40 dew ttretw doteWtrfetTP .1 Saw Ottft -h-. "Oftaeaaipm ".sew .we an Jta1w. "-I! Tmefler a.y r.,
ud noel fknr unr r.-. -t.r.e .P ... weltrtr.Gaeta Able"M..1oe her 554. I. JC mayAm '1' .__. rta. WON" ithe. to oak
V OUTSIDE .n.r RATES .t Phrtemd two awaltter. .host whaMwolean '
: ." am Dr Pratt. fill Port .
pial. th..eeanafte" III oIwUta rv .
ftlwaraaretg warr bNea-6 1 1I ...-.-. (.... sale in ftwftR to I III. tb ... lwww Baker rod :lira ....., ski ,..... what ho" 1I
CITY OF MIAMI I..----. dolma weabbw .....1 .aer. Cbw.m rM a d ...,..1.I I11I AMm- tow ., Pie......t 1IIa.aMht I I..... so w .. air temrat -
:I'". army "..... sag ........ raft a number Me c%Lt teaser r _. Aroanuw Hsaeat+.
be sl4a y am'tama4 aeert/e me. I I I
.A r ..**...* rmum "i,i )I,. mom SW Get -ae III resew"A" t Funeral Services HeU i
sea ...wt ftr kWMnn law '.. OMh trot we an p..a-M -:,
For Mrs. Ada L Hayden
t ... yarl.- we& .trwS ---I,ph e0ee -- wma .. a1..tboo.
tae saes ..." oa w taw oft.tree. .. I r-I __ 210 3&& ... L Homestead GroceryCASH
&Ie twee y u. MA" Fewr.r af <.. fII IMI saw I II. :......, air nbe ala Toom4by m nleli.wri .
Zlsbt c. r mast.,. In ate ......I bremeht mare arose fkO. rbrou. b"00". Wove awa2aad w
IIIr7 a.endr ..* *ty .( real..t sears Fewer as Llpht ... Mi .Moat a the -... 'httrMr po wet poem SPECIALSFRIDAY
taw Wow ae/ay terms p.-raa ..........w-trams all tlw can ......p Or fk. .... C M. wow
r cuj atrw.t sad all edIer mambo! a" Y" 10111111 -..-.. I*r. Poster III tk* nn t LfperstCb..rl
ammo *t ..* ItrtkjU cam*" "...I- .. 1 ne IiaottF Unai.amt AND SATURDAY
--1 .-...h ho 1M ... mat II r oe agwWwo. t. boded
.. ......-1 i Lions and Ladies to Don i ii
) Poe UM I IW'fl JIM tsha W beee a tome IrishPotatoesIOlbs.:1SC
*. .'.!IItY we l. tW -.... 1 1 i Overalls and Gingham ,

.I Tee ea.L* r Isms rufflWASMS Well' 011 ....... ... ... : ;
"aaJ aeresbaw dy t 1 N.M atn..t- I ,
'' hms awmm an tae costwtw. LbwW
17 aid he new razes atemrgb
). _. all saw hwo" went vow a era h. Waldron'si!
: M inr mar br 'j C
,?< __ RroMtnt sat srtteral Mote- 5tams ""am amt Teams I 2 Urge cans
..... .. aeewew as ew.a.m.atad..
> are Oft all "y I
at a" weer"a meows 1p IL
.. a14.The. .rows t.geta..rftl-vrtlwnw...> whet MM r...I'JC''i Mr nM via be to .Yr.e of I WHOLE WHEAT Heinz Soups 25cSALMON ,
tae p sa.aM
Mom* dar1g be Maw ,aar .s.7
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i aeon a raving to ow camrA/rf d;t 8.8.w aI
ea..4 nab mw. year .. -beer atmrtrky 'T-.11100 ..... r file dm"a ... M3R. i WHEAT l 10' sate ... dm. OW the. .... 0..1 I Tan Pink ........ ... ...._..._
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1 btt.r LMpte- fosse aisrt adam-I i;fate Tiaih rf TllltMl lie 4..n*..' 25C
i I Maw ........ tbr.Mab d asrWhors a .... be IM*. last MIMM M earl I COFFEE RINGSCIXNA3IOXBUNS VESPER COFFEE fc .. ... .
have Nuns4 the Proper ray d Ca mr-LN. -'l" i
,, use at .MtrVtt>> far rhrbA w.aa'w 0.- sal ........ a oat as a. I BEETS
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J MAW TIKES each day you reach for the telephone
1 on your dnk at the office or in its familiar pot at home.
The Car Without Experiments It U an old aod trusted friend. You scarcely give a
thought to what it means to a busy da/ ,

l. Yet suppose the telephone were not there I Suppose
T oa's never any doubt about value when -for a week-or a month you could not call anybody
by telephone and nobody could call gout The whole
I you buy a Ford car. You know it's all right See l*. memmt.Fan machinery of business and the home would be thrown

or Henry Ford wouldn't put it out. One thing DCAIXB: out of gear.Orders would be lost efficiency and profits

dial never changes !J. his policy of dependable for m V8Krrr reduced. Yea would be out of touch with your world.
tLrutNIIoa. America needs quick reliable telephone service to .
transportation at low eoet. get things done in the brisk crisp American manner.
That's the biggest feature of the New Ford. And It enjoys the best service in the world. America
FORD TaTBUCKS leads... la telephone service. la relation to 'populationthere
The reliability and economy of its V>8 enginebate
AND' are six times .. many telephones in this country
been proved on the road by upward of COMMERCIALCARS a*la Europe and the telephone used nine time as much.

1,100,000 motorists. Owner cost records show ALSO OfDISFUIT. : Greater progress has been made In this country

definitely tbat the Ford V-8 is the most because knirenal of service.the Bell System's one policy, one system and

economical Ford ear ever built.

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, Friday, February ,2.1935.. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Three

TWO TEAMS YET II Citrus Gains Offset !. lt-lt also nnaltor.that would 0... h ts taklatr pans tot only tolb. ''
nan. have ..._ If the told had net U* td HIM* hut aH ewer the Edward Stiling
Shortage Due Frost
to occurred. recovery to normal and l. wartd ftaotmly oramnkvd MtMtryrlHbe
UNDEFEATED TO erMMhtr output trill not b* long delajpMI are UlhuaaU. CWh, Oreer. ': Real Estate
I the extmren aenrlce aprelal Colombia. Cuba Hweden Australia, General Insurance
(Continued from Pat On)
MEET kits belter Canadn tinned (Mate Peru. FranceJaaaa I ruiKiDk tin. rt*.
NEXT WEEKThe \ 16 \n wa shown .In ........t that
and loebuid I Cor Palm Are and A... H
future acalnat the 1010 total of II
i 164 414. Inventory taken .Pat tall: 156,000 in Rotary on Eve 'j ,-.-..--- ....-....-..---.....-...-

two undefeated team In the cave 14II4UI orange tree*, I.tilIII .. Of 36th Anniversary USE MANGANESE USE MANGANESEATTRACTIVE
eomm inl( haaketball league. Brook trapemil. 1ITI."I taaftrlM

'r Lumber Co. and HomMead will and 1.Itt,ill mianUaBwtia- ladud. 0.P'aII., It-not., later
met tilmMby night In the Home- Inc rough lemon.
service club
i national pioneer orMtetkm
lead gym Local tans will act a 1 Findings In a citrus cold damned ( which has crown la three HOME
strong offenalve team. Brooker Lumber survey mad for the Florida Control decade* from Dna club with five

Co.. a strong defensive Committee under the federal marketIng members t. t.Tit club* In mom than A REAL BARGAINMany
Ilomeiitead t..m'l
end the winner I
asreenwat .br the *m-rcacjr evenly oounlHa with 114001)1 -
will not 1M known until lIMo relief admlntatrattoa were that only members. today ha. a nwmberahlp:
whKtle RoodI.lld.1U play Princeton t.T |per cent of tIM bearing tree a* tart u at say time In Ha hi*.I'.Itor pii.. will remember this. the old faulty home at (""ill-
In the other (am* of the *rennr hat I een MOW back to butt Two ). Blno July 11 11. thIN i near Weal DM Highway. aa one of the meet .attractive", .. in
the Booth Dadel11h a few minor repair the will again'
trot'-tii. or more were loot by IT.t ha been t net gain of 4 tot mem
| he tr.*. Th lot I* loOilto with lawn large Royal farm err
Wednesday of thla week, the Lumber per c--i rrd none leave and bud- ben and about sixty Bw club hare .
etc Any reasonable offer will b"* coaaMrdIRVING
boys defeated Redland ".I*. word r t ri myed on IIT percent been ortanlaed. These fact
with Red ,lending the lit .-.r -I 11.. IndlC'tlu..1of
victory with r vi if tree by com b* considered a J. THOMAS CO.
tan Held coal and one foul (hot. per c \ .. '" ,id .... iurTer- the trend of the time,
Ed Brooker was second high scorer ed I., I 'f 'f' t arowthM Paul P. Mania founder of Rotary Realtor In Orelet. Miami slow till

for his team with four Held goals "k 'c ., .. "t reduction In writing la the Rotarian Maiaaln (' and three foul (hot*. Roy Camp the p: .i en' ?, in of Florida on the *" of the orcanuntlon thirtieth IMI Main Highway 4SI fulllra Avenue
bell or Redland IH Ma learn offense the: I i u r departmentof birthday (February Jtl dfrClare Op. (Oret Theatre Burfalde Hotel Hldfhonei ..
with three field coals n'- .. : r 3 1 .t. t* free** .that the service club movement Baytlew 1M Ilionei 0-131
Homestead defeated Princeton dama .. .; I 4 br rleM I In "atll In the arty morning hour*". i
it.II. Homestead with Its smooth ---.-- --
gamin and superior. tuanllni. t. ;
tied HuMo. I.a: and Aldrich. '.h*11 r t'< I
Princeton nmn-taf threat, while y
Horn llara-ld Cinmbell and Field 1 r ti
of Homestead were irui-Ing nount'e t + {
for their teunTh '1.I 1..

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I .... .. 10 I I I
Brooder. f ..,.. 1 I 1
L Campbell. t. 1 0 I
O Bulllvan c II" 0
:Barrow t '.... _. 4 0 I
E. Sullivan ( I 0 1

Totals ... II. 10
Rrdland (ill). lt It ft
Bauer f ..JL ,.... 0 .
Brenner, :( ... ".. 1 1 I
Jt. Campbell f 1 0 I
Ooaaman f 1 1 1
Hocutt c ".... I t 1 .-
D. Mallln.- 1 0 4
F. Multln. f 8 1
;.Cox ... .1 '..... (i al'

*. T'i.i}. 1 -4 11

Homestead :1111) fg ft pf I
] a I I
O epiJi. f 1 1 1 I

H. ramphetl I 4 o 1 I
Home g ,. 4 1 a
Wynn: c :-,: : i 0 1 I
II .
Total' .:... II" i .
Princeton (lift) It It ft

Hullo. f _.., I" > needs
the sensible in
to car
Toun,. t ...."...' 0 (i ( answer your
Hancock f....... .. II I J i 1
Aldrich c '"....:. ,:. 1 I I i PRICE ECONOMY PERFORMANCETIE
W. Colc1.....,e',._... 0 0 6
t. Caldron. ..". 0 0 *
lutt .... I t s

X. t7 ,*c It::?::.-..:::::::._.. t t 0 t frnm 1> :I

Total ..._.-. ., .. ,' 7 4 11


Notice *f Special Tax 8 hoot inmrirt I
an elwtlon WIN he .held la Spaniel'
Tax School District No I' Dad before bat Chevrolet Matter De Lust
County, Florida, on Tuewlay Rank '. "VTEVER. THE new
I*. tU6. at the polllnc flares hared J. '1 offered you Value to compart it the mOlt beautiful
below to determine who shall he
trustees of mid district for the next with this New Standard teriet.Tb car that Chevrolet bat ever built.
succeeding two yens, and to determine
the number of mill of District cart are handsome roomy,reliable. With four added inches of overall

IBid School yean Tax In to ask I* levied IX.trlct(or rash of The price-world'*lowest price for length-with gracefully ttreatn. $
All qualified, Voters reakNnr within 465 5 6 U
the HpeclHl! Tax School District No a till The operating economy lined Tumt'Tvp Body Ijr F1cbertftDcreaterthanthuol..yeu. -
.. thai pay a tax .n real or .pemonalpropertr '. with unartlf lower
shall be entitled to rot* In
sold *tleulonTh poll .will be opened at 1:00 iN-ewe4Roasxter: : Fun-:: model*-which mans less fat and It'a the Fashion Car of the lowa' C sill at Voter flint,

O'clock A. M and cloned Hare al eundownPvlHni xU1r.,t::;:' ar.yaee, oil eonraniptlont The perform price field. And It't also the/ -' some MM ,lift sere**WMaftiMi*000 l.aleM**'*.

1( m..d school Hull.lln" *rM Itfajui. ,JUG eMI. aDOt-amaaIDcJr and tpirlted- performing Chevrolet ever proilwnel. ..* HIM W<
ft .. (. ftlt** -/eve
KTRirriOV FOR THE COl'NTTOK ' withost. Set this ctr-driTO IttoioyCHEVHOLET / dueed. .Rendo wNAeee ..
Xwe,..AeabA ._/ at
By Ctiai M. rlnher Kerretar MOTOR COMPANT DaTTROIT MICHIGAN I3oAtosetra
(rob. II: Mar. I. I. 15 121

MtaiM avtimnNNT

Ootarv PuNk' I

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JOHN II. IULIJV I'OT1). 41 j ,


Meet first sod third leeelnradeF F
a p. M. Aifwriraa Irftai Btdi. I Bird Chevrolet
old peat fflcel) South Kni An.. : Company
Ban'.stead. Ma. !
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Four LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday February 22 1985
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j PubU>Jd Fridays kt Dame'knead. I

Ila. bf the loath Dad PubCo. -OF ALL FLORIDA BI HRS. U U BOW, IJBRARULfLIB1A1T i1 Little

sedans. ..
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sex' ARCHEIL.A.tot coifs crowded Into one email 1'1IOIIwith Bird 1
IDRIVE peers... Weteerfw Ttanfart .-. p. a | a large room for ties 11broehn'aask wrzsel
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EMceed M around claa mall ,...... IetW a 00--1 w I *. U need, and ahoukt have, a

r: I suttee Man It, Itlt at th* peel 1-111 "I f-0 to orSo I suitable" building la a suitable location. Told UsThat 1

.(.oc at llontaitrad Florida, trader 100,000 Floridians to BAsked II should have light and air

tk* act of March .. 17*. to Help Advertising city offMa her .an who at It de.lgn acaln roonw Thou for from all lda. Th plant should '-
y be drawn by o..hO know his
\ I ProgramJackaonrfll Nil libraries without ever visiting the. Redland paragraph fc. i
allB. WHICH MM A TEARU .....,,_. There U inch an architect
a the library t* were the ad of ties living not tar from Homestead )"HI.,..,'. Whirligig Pounds Iota

." )KII>.\ REAM *. Ft*. 1-R.porU .eeoWrd Ubvary. Much oraaipcd In tt* pre seta could plan something that a Charlie OH prospectus ..r Key J.
eat OAwrter K xemt that mom"*. .
day from several of the mo.tiMpwtMl would b* a credit to the community Largo city In the day of 1921. 'llattttle .. ,
the book can b* piled into UU
?. The nut chamber of tllnriilici i IxiculMkw ...1... In the It the building committee .ui Inter, i
i mailer quart.TL Well. maybe they a reel estate bird been
( .. dies t.allowing u (...w......* totatcrmt Mat sad tram many of its nnkltorMnnnnttl Mted. tb* librarian mil five his
plan a food blob rUta|.a BMaa Bln* I sort
to Outdoor nnrMa: ** Indicate that the ,,'-up name. No. the architect I Is not payIng Ing m Dan'l
floe* with a proton at ladder ama
r''-t relay tr_pbmttBfKula for the AH rwrld ComMlt mmbnM for this: he doe not know the' o .IUao'1Of--1
puiVy or I"*. Ketl comfortable
.I"'L .. a empslta for _Iw librarian and doe not know '
reading .aartor mM be supplied" That the community'
< having flower Dhmrfat Vivo state primates .kiM bn practically thlnke welt of his work. ,
bf ampendlag bdmmook tram the .h.I' jar I* a creditable effort on nut "
grainflubatkei ompkMwi. MM4 Col AUK P. Dear'Ing
EMd sell **Uln.. That wa a veryhappy On thing overlooked In the ot the city'* VERA committee 10-.
liavto nntna attract With lilt handling
a imiwiM.
Idea, torn, locaUn a day sung for that community building get something. of lasting value for 1
tot thousandsTihnlaml of UMHtUnato dHclli In tit elections .
ery In tb* building with a library ....1d.cId to the general mai Uacnealead.. and the eommUte.
Trail unsightly bin- well under way the organization will 4
It would add a* murk to the 4IlIlal. would b* a hot dog eland and confectionary should gel fun eo-operatloi *t all
being b. ready for work well ,In advanceof 'j
mean and peace sons reader drelreThen counter The aroma from publlo-splrtud citizens. lo making the
Beeeti the "'_Firo >
working 01IU rampalcn ) t
U sonatina all the bablea In hot coffee and sizzling fat might remind project mtlnly adequate and lulled
fourth anmMl Hover "hew March MM dlrwtor
dueMach 1. the
Ih* nunery should full asleep. the"eeuiwl library patron* of the need for la the purpose for wbkh tt U bolas
...i' inV City and county chairmen for trod ef applauW. emanating front food and the scattered crumb _uldlII'O.tdt designed. )

psMtocFaphera making eamem cry part eI two al wen snnwom that vast auditorium where Elk and nourishment for ant androachee E
e *
shop of t .r,1a4tll NationalP.rk
earlier In UM "'"II. These lenders liar and *tb*. alvla oraaaiaalUMM .
That ties. muchly everestlmatod"JeMousy" j
art now engaged la organizing work
i Mart Hire' .It,....,..... nursery IK* forroa I* handle contact work hold eonTentlon. IJttlo Theatre Homestead need that auditoriumN ; between Redland tend.
croup pal on they plays and orator should b* bvltt Homestead need
KIM 1 ,tag tln.tssiuul of palm. Bud seal week when t...l. Floridians" Homestead will someday tint I .I-
oral. weald help to that U should b taken care
: mm pro nunery: 1
I Khi iito tree .10 cllhsra, an lo bo asked !. take nwmbmMpi priealna In a healthy rivalry in ae* '
rid eke distracting noUee. Of ef And Homestead has a library
ltarva.d t "1.....' anndingseed., In the An FlorW CwnmfttM ). which can pat up the best ".hlhlt it
AlIbWHrb ... .
.. .
It Ii cane la INTO the oppor.t""I' which should b* property .uNd.If ...
l.limls tea varhtt.e eurahrptoa" I* Ib* _......"1..* are limited ,. to one grand Redland fair-regiir I .. 1
1"1" uf MuartttMHVI lo II ..t. Colon Doariac stated iprndi tarnoum of moneybut yes an going to spend public I 1 I of where It I* held
rum leeetttag. Plprlda'ir.nii that why not spend It eptMlhlr"Vh)' funda, tax payers' hard earned rash.m i iI

..... pnrks showing (. Miami, panning many biwlnn Ie tk. orfintntlonian mombnvhloitar not live some Bit!* thought to the I build something. suitable' for the p..1

M'.rtfc J: OT heroes I* lending their future need of an Institution alreadyoperating t post jrhlch you an building, glieth lie fund, but It i nn lie done \ ""V
omplor TM I
porn -
rolh.a, successfully'Tb. public' n building of which they I! all thl Ii Just In inse m) .nl.IfKirert >' I.
ltt -but the
xrnomatai tree for horn Mialclpal Uhnrj In the little I can be proud. give them aomethlni --but It Ian'SO I" ,std
to haw* the art Ml names of an aorbmnnlwra
a...IBM* featured In Real book out actually enrolled town ef "__MAl I* not an txiwrlment for their money or course. It I 11101 rend It If I wen \<>u \1 .1,1

.ii' a......vw. Write eiperlmenlalM It Is not a little library to boP tin't usual In the expenditure or pub illituTli wm bod>'. pen* p of 11111Better

fer rape It I* free .. .
him W # Jennings of'Jackaon.lll Japan Missionary

i%'luifrmiin<- areeuted of rierhl' appointment State Chamber a* To Speak Here Sunday Food Store

*C Vmmerre beauntflrallnn aoanmlt- I fj] II

tee Tb Ra. W. A. EckelI Missionary

lleiHirted II**..M I* b* spent reniwlsllnif Japan who with hi* wit and tkotr AN INDEPENDENT GROCERYBest
Tertugne,. AmerlraIbraliar twin some la BOW In tho TnlttdtaKa

<: .!Kry West. now a n*> *n furlough, will spank at the -
Itoiotl *. by uecree ot Presfcilfiit H
Ruwer**). Sunday .._.Inc. attomoon a>4allM.

'/ .TM Ron of tb* MT, Howard lb. $6c ShoulderButter
f'"j" .
I I,Ie.... pastor of the beak Naaaion Baconlb. ,

NO MNrfjIKKM 1. **TO KNOWOn ,""'M. tk* ..l........., and his taut
t I Whale or stallIb..23c
I, Hjr wilt arrive ben today and rwnulafur Chuck Picnic
arm WI Yea. MA I Hamburger
[! Tusk of **-*I"
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'liana' tlweaa .23c
A i..Haw's tad .WM..' yen" i .M.'L halt MId I* b* n fomfnlpoakor. Roast HamsIb..l9c
2 Ibs.ZSc
.\ fseihro4 aa yi pleas will ivIM mportoacoa and .

A Awn (oes* of pM and lake I Ica Inridmt In Japan that prarldtdthrUHnr il'elf AIRY
Twlni BMMeavMrf the diggers.Hut moments for him and btfamily >; Leg of 16. 19C :

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who WIll or||I Wri I make out. Mew Eckot and the twl.owill
I'm awful" poor M take part In tti. xrvk. sad
I Mr. bare P Norton and Mina DorMM LambBaker's
Demonstration Saturday
tI.-Ih.1 i Eckel Motors of tb* nUadoiiary Roll or PrintIb..4Ic

"We ran pnn wish who bar also spent torn tint In

eeriolaly that a> aa I Japan, will appear an the platform In lb. SIC HOOD LUCK Margarine lb. 2Oc :

HH *n tin iK>int of : table knife la I I oriental *.* ..... Al torn future I ,

more Muirttkra lima eight quarts at tiny Mr*. Morton will tire n lecture' Wf
the b., VnvarlM beer Biron Lie- on her travel In Japan (China Km i -
RED Imo.EI.: raM 01R1'NItU can
I l.lg. the (nnl Oermnii chemist. rove Rod MaacbvkuoHARDWARE Tuna

1 ... .....- ----. ---. .. BEANS .21c Vegetables lOc
Cocoacan Flakescall.13c

.5c I TISSUE. lOc PEAS..20cDog :

I I1'Ad 4 ..... ,VIOIlH'RS ORNKU 1 for

:f Minute Food 29c BEEF .29c Pure Cold '

r Tapiocapkg..14c .
1tl'NSWpt1T I lit. ,k.. nSfO I Iha.i Syruphot

M N titre Mgr i PRUNES 21c MEAL 15c

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LUMBER AND I 8\\FET!: JH\ qt. 1)1L1 qlePICKLES

Skinner' : 17c PICKLES 17c A. II.


Octagon Soap orPowder Cloth Bag-

Z pip.25c lit pkg.

1 FARM IMPLEMENTS White HouseVinegar SUGAR101bs..47c


FLORENCE OIL STOVES qt. .%;c ''S for .19c ISc

I can.

S II E R W I W ILL I A 3fs PAINTS Armour'sBeans i' Del Blontt BANS Jb. 1 pkg. OnrseaOysters

.. 9e

w. D. HORNE CO. I Ib. can 20c Ib. 31b1. 1 Chromium

3 for Bananas ....13c: can IZc:


F. L SKILL, Owner I Upton 2 heath

TEA I Osceola Lettuce .19c: DISH Mackerel
it in Homestead
Bug 'I i iU Ib. for

X. Krome Aye hone 507-J : Wlb.2Sc IPf-.c.. 10 Ibs. 57 ...
_, .. : Potatoes _15c J.q N. ... '"I

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'. Friday, February 22.1985. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE P Five

-.....\. 87 Per Cent of II. II. S. Pupils Make .avya *4)j; tIM Mills!.. dva aatad the 7"; Thd RHIiiI' ". "',1 t[r ..... flMtth: '*"W1I.n,111 have a
I I Tide**. 10.: aad the fMkMu MM I *Te. re very lntereatd m IkataMMM with your "...I..n.1 do \ou
Grade of 90 or Over in Deportment the cue e, 10tgUadlnge hated" sold the rnHhoot 1ilt. to no homo to your'" ...*....
!(ft In the Ith Ma and\ Tea, said the aviation expert.I .
I Itth arede league tMnbj Itt iKirlng. gear lafrln.e>I James No, twleed. I threat
It/ L B. HOMMIR8rrinrlpal : Ono pan them If he will but study : : 1 one of my .tOllt.-I'II. .\'. JlalhiMram* heir KxSEB .
> of llomnfmid and Florida and apply hlmaelt Town w I pet
1 .. .._ ... 1000 4v
City A student who receives below 11 := ::.. ..::::::: : : lose v
/ Often we hear the statement thttpupil In any of his subjects should study
Is _lea '. ... 0 1 .000
wino to UJi subjects because at least one hour at homo each day \
Panthers 0 I 000
II la easier. to pan under certain We do not tell the pupUa that they ,
.use taachera. Aim pupils often com have to study at been but If their I aeverWh mad Nth grade Ivngueetaedlagat :
', home and toll parents that they are doing below average work UM I i 411
1 iIIII 11 should not worry about their grade, .parent should' .insist l that. they bring : Tear w I pet
like hat other pupils are doing even their studies home and do extra KMtarby 6 a Inoo
work than.Tennis Alba.... .. .. ., a 3 Ines
Kefifaw.. poorer work than they are With
Indiana _. .... .. I 8 ...uI
' thla In mind a'iborou..b study: of the
P'Iorkla.. -1 .
I a .211Mirhlgan
fourth month Irf'IOIkItIln rltlienahlBdeportment
;i"mr "Rtmnd-Robln" n.. I' .... J
) and scholarship
made A study of the fourth month WM Started at High SchoolJunior I Ohio .. .. ... .. e I ..0"I

deportment grades shows that lit. I Fifth and tlh grade league ,,
or n7% of the junkir-ianiur high and molar 110)1'tInll ,loge: ,
pre-. school pupils mule 10 or more in .....11.. of U boys each and a giria True w I pct .

: Deportment; that out of a total of tennis .league of II girls alarled play: Itedwrds. _.. ......_ a e 1000 ,.
forfurs. ill I Itupils| only five students or 1%. at Homestead High school thin. weekIn Mitigate ......... I I ..460lhrgles ,
' fell below 7* In deportment In Ju a round.robin. whirls meant that .... ..... .. ... I I ....
ail. .j nloraenlor high 01%" or the pupils eat b boy and girl will play: fifteen Monkeys .. t I .IU
the made It or better. Tills shows that nuttchea Tierra. c ..e'.. .. 1 I .111
1u.J \ the largest percentage of puplli U In a few weeks a tournament will Coons ... ... .. 0 I100 I
trying to cooperate with the shod be held to pick player to represent
lag I
and do their best u cltlaeni or pu the school In Inter-eohool ouuietl-
P..... lion till' tI
I +
i II your child report card comes II I NO DOWN rAIMENT nu a sit f

'::aox: :.1 horn with a grade below IS* In 1A1C'\I GIRLS UV IIONWK KOI.I.Tallahamee j -
deportment :you ran know that he li ). Yet II-Inoludod We Trust \ conducting himself In such a way among the lot students at Florida I $10 month ft tii ulu i u q 1I I
see that more than *l% of the pupils State College fur Women making the a I irlt ?1
'It are doing.better than he la doing: or honor roll for the first eemeeter of
.... I pulling It another way: you can the current term are Mine' Margaretpetoiwy I

know that he /. In the lowest 7* of Homestead and MlM M __
.j* J ILIM
w of pupils In echuol The parent Ida Engel' of Key Largo I IHigher 1 1tt iVAI

... should Investigate at once .. |
." : There was a total of till month. Grades ,
,,eta!t. ly scholarship grads given at the Playing'I i .J.L I A
end of the fourth month. Of tlili Cage League II
I or better. Vive hundred titty.four A four team" basketball. tongue
or 17% were 10 and 00, con.t.Unaet. II Ith ]0th and tlth
114 or U"% were between TO and |0. grade boy not on the vanity: squad WIRE, WRITE OR 1'1'01'iB'NO
while 141 or 11% were below the started play this week In the Home I RED TAPE
stead gymnasium under the dlrec,
pawing mark which la fO From AND q
the above figure It will be noticed Jon of Cnaa McC; aitea. In gamea Buy New Plumbing
that 46%" of all grade give were played the Food won front the
10 or above It .la also Interfiling Panthem 10.14. and the Tlgera beet at Old Prices y
to I the Eagles. 10 I. e it !
now JnaUl puplli were gives .
:. than 10 *f the til marlu that tn the aeventh and eighth ....... MarkoWitz. & ResnickI
wars below, pawing U other words .league Alabama beat Indiana. |g 10:

dew thai I ft !'f the piipllear*..k> Florida whit from Ohio; ..!: and t4t."', Punter $&.. Miami Ha ee .e. ,
".Ue 2tk et tfe. pupllifare Kentucky defeated Whines, alt I
MaUV-f f or1 better In':th.trfnSltm IA:the"ftrtn aid Iftth grade lea:' riMiMai MIWMIUQndihai

: : goo Otafiaglea- M. front the Mon smommii ANP.' YQU'tl* BfU Y THE
This, It sans to me"; wouM:'DofJtiltcly .
anew that by: tar the 'larger'
a per cent of pupils l I. H..nMt1 '
Junior.Senior High 8<'Kool are atudy. 1935 BtJICK
Ing and appoint themselves In I ,
set moL
X study of cojihparliort 6f gradvaef
each teacher chows that thwa aleea
than 10%" vitiation In number A timoel Xinri 7.....i bdy by rube

of'fa/lords/ In the different" aubjettaThin .
would chow that few pupil do

exreptlunal work In me subject had YoUR comparisons of the 1935 Buick
nor In another The curses are
planned ao that thus average itudfintHouiee
will go beyond moJtll anJ prices to Buick quality.

You will point out to yourself modem improvements

meoM.Armours. for which you will look elsewhere In vain. Check upon


L head room elbow room, lei room. Sit In a Buick

i and feel its luxury. Then. take it out. In perform .

El I

ance and riding you will experience the clincherIn

Duiik'i fa\or. DuUk'i sweet, month valve-ln-
are cooler In summer -
god warmer la winter FERTILIZERS
when protected by Care I head power and performance are not JuplicaleJ.
Cock Insulated shingles and
the attractive colors I and unuaually > Growers el quality scope....... worry above ovsr-
heavy body Sad ........... They knew abet,aaliiybiearewiy*! Itt Knee-Action gliding ride U S
crud to>> the appearance el ....a peed I., .that quality b a Job far".......* 795
the building. iartdtam eeenalalaj the pleat teed summary.e pre
Are thai gvperUr dm aaabtv ..... Tka<1 why M essay frewen Me built in by Dulck'i own engineer
,costly Oa the \ shines Ana art money .savers costing. .w.....+r., The high quality W pleat Itt ttmttmti U AriM.r> ing. Begin your comparisons ;.rnreM/ch..b:
much Itio thin ordinary ihlnflci -errs. .e JUG CLOP rrdlisn is Made 'bit by the so of nOW'.1
the Price of separate > Only the UhM grade auterlali. Tke formula have I
rt Let o* ... daatieWHy develoftd,earefally........ aadr I with a real Buick demonamtion. a'c tm*.
"how samples and Quote i'r especially for Flrid..rl..nd rep. Thenkaliaiairritadyade
pekes.Tite i W Armour's JUG CROP rerthli- I
.r M nail yaw asset aeeaa.MarV .
Carry COMPANY wul fr + dirty yean at meeietaeteelag ..,.+-leeeeeeeeA
mart roofwf and aiding the valueel Carry wale I WOW el FluiaVa awK lamufal jreweri nee bad
lali used U tt% or Inane el the MeaiaaMeJikeai year alter yeac CmyvwaneaeVeearrfally BUICK

amount. U k* financed. and J/JM M....", kutaalwa ead properly pUM
,.. bar II U 14 HMmtfc* In I sdes IN "We l_ bade they,aeedMhriagtaeia lass doe ,..tkr...0
which te par feme In and I Oak for""" see" er this,.,. U..A110 CROP rrdk.rfttrwri
M ui tell you about the plan. Lev WHEN MTT' AUTOMOBUJI AMI WILL BUILD TIUM!
:;.t:. ....New w a D.gvred....

.nerM ...ite seedy AH40UH HUTUIZIaVJacljeavUle. "OKKSnrfereMfVe
Brooker Lumber Co. "f four ..J. a a died .FlerUe I ---
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PHONE Quick Deliveries from our Local Company

: Operated WarehouseG. J HOMESTEAD FL..J .\.
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I M. FRICK, Field Representative

"*. ,I"' llomesteaderffJorida. : "'-',-t."- >> 14 '::: '1 **. -... g.'JCjlairtiYal1..p

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Pare Six THE LEADBR. ENTERPRISE Friday February' 22, 1935.

tor-to-law. Mra. X ra Hopkma of left hurt week tor Berth Caltllla..1,
Salt Lake City who to the "' They oocwrM a Me** "
mother of C. M. H....... Honmtoadmiutclui wb1N here6 I Iau. Mr*. II. IL Graham,

In and Jlround who moved to Miami ro i .-. ;

omilyUr do*. Cjatalf and two dauiaton. Him Sallle Horn WAft called ,
Joyce Ana and Joan, and Rob 1 from Bantam Monsanto roUeee,

and Mr*. Andy Rapp ofprlnaftaM. art Qotalf left Monday for their WolbMton. MM.. on **went at
Homestead O. won trimmers U the: bar In Detroit otMr'l recent ma***. and she |
honwofMn. W... Van Wtokto Mon boon detained IV the Illness et

day. inn What. Brook returned set- sister. Bother Mo definite ;
have bests made for bar return.
soldier from a two-week visit with 1

".. Mn. 1/. J. Morton In
r Earl O TlMtrbtr of Vero Benchkovernor i lung friends and nlatlToo In Day FLORIDA CITY I her I )fro and Mr. Herbert Haoki
of the Mlh dl.trM at Rotary i I' tuna Beach and Jackaoovlllo" for the Mr*. W W. ."trr. ComapoodnitMr I west Palm Beaeb.Walton .. Saturday M UM Redland ....
International which omiprta I past month returned to Homestead 1

J Florida pared through Hoauoteao: : unday.I : Dltan left on a baawioi!
Myra Climate of Illinois to Mrs Lillian Romp at Coral < iII
;Wednesday on his way to Key Weft I a asset of Mr* Lucy Hole. trip to Washington D C, aaturiay.Catrtalai : vMttaC for a few dart mlth ;;.

for an official visit to tin Rotary I Mr and X... I.... MoCnady and 0"-1)0.0" I Mater, II... Arnold Tripp ot
:. tab of tile Me.d CII,. He WM 1M'. and Mra. Frank Wllaon of Ml at... Mek of Miami arrived 8aa- of Pltla- \ th '
not bar by Dr. R. *. W lie on. **I agars Fall*. Ont. and their son andoaocbtomn day for a short Mt/ with Mr. and bath who la now on furiou h at I )I.... Mary Epperson be ".

Cent and 010.... L. !risk, mriuryM I Mr. and Mra. J. U.WHaon lira Edward IttOtnc.Mr 8ebrin, and Miss Lillian Bell of from Miami what the hid bonk.
....... who I ..pendingth* :
tile Homestead Rotary Cnb. and two children spent Pa. guest at the horn of )Ir. and :t
Thursday afternoon fishing at KyLarfo. *. Harry Water ha received. winter at Oneaaero CIt,. Fla.. Nook Made dnee fast i

Dr. R. W. Ronrecht, the Florida Experiment Station at of Mr. and Mm. McCroaoy at lunoa- a maatold operation In Morgantown.' TamMya and daughter, Jeredean.and ceiling .n jasper and Cora loIe"'

OataonrlHo, was In Homestead yetrdy Nis W. .... on Fib. 14 and that bIo' Mtaa Holes Mllburn. rcn of Roaohdale, In LMtw

.. ...." ever f.rtlHarperlroent ... eomtttkm I* aattofactorX:; at prow I' -
Florida residents who attended t
City -
*, bo baa been conducting on Mr. and Mr*. X W. Mowmrtk of enL Desire Ton Dyne and '
the free Methodist
Valencia onnt In the Kawne take Worth were Friday oaten. at camp Madn Warren of Boetoa are '

.rove*. th* ..... Mai ready bom Ooatave Low:nthal entered the meeting .held In Oreenaorea City o( the homo of Mr. and Mra J... : .
U. Clara Newton and
Sunshine hospital In Miami for were aona L. Metoon.JIM .
Harvey Jay and Albert Mn. ElI_
M B. MAol, Barrow who reaMed treatment Wdnday.Mr -
Mr. and Mae A. W. Stanford Ro- beth Brooke and Mra Edith Ten ;;
in Homestead hi IMf-fl visited at Lee Md 1. Casey wet
lINt 8tafr4 and Mm Charlotte M*
biro and daughter. Jaredeaa.
two homo of Mo bent***. C. M. Borrow : DoaaM. all of 14--hglec Tenn. and and Mn. Paul Haley and Mr. Mobil*. Ale, on business loot "' S
.....,.,. Ho to on loaoo of nod Mm Lawrence Becker attended -
Mb Wine of Miami. visited Mr. and Mr. and Mr*. A. 8chmMt entertained I
absence front the U. 8. Amass, I too dug re*** Saturday. Bib Baker visited him
Mn J B Davis on Thursday of last
friend from Miami TueaJay. .
It ........ The Ruth Cotter
of which ho "1'<< work H. V. Parkas of ecllAn'". Mn. flat at
Arizona la mentioned at Los Aatolao.Mr Mr*. R. J. Shepherd 1* suffering
Ca.. wu a guest at their home TiwaFrrd
M. Sllvemian and srandaon At-
fuel a slight attack of dengue fever USE MANGANESE
do,. fred: visited In Miami Tuecday.
A. A. Kmotllne was veiled to at her horn on Tenth ''''''1.

Rndeaton......, by tile Illness
of hot .".hn..dIoor.I... Resets Brantley. who baa been vlaltbif Vlnll. Bird of Miami Beaob spent

FrMfla. Her HUM Aleno.aroomDnnfed Ids parent In, Oa.,'the week-enl with Mr*. Bird who
htr.Mr for the pail month returned Friday.Dr. la a guest of her grandmother, Mr*.j jI IL

K. tIc and ) .... Frank Batsman
and Mrs August Hewer whosng.rod
with their .....n...... Frank H.uanuta. '
minor Injuries In M accident Jesse Cave returned Tuesday
In South Miami 8tMerpM pat the wwok-ond 4a 'FortPtorto flora the hospital when he had bees I

... .... visiting their dauahtor. Mb). Influenza
* night hi a an patient. col
Bertha SIN Headman who I the
and rhttrd relative In Miami sptYI
'J'u.*.*,. Mr. and MM.moved Hier meaty r homo dvmonotrMloa gent Taylor Dixon I. H. Dliaon'i I ,$

but work from tile BatteuM- .mare.Mrs. brother, ntamod Tuesday from'the I

Icing halts o. Redlasj road to the hospital whof*'tie had been recelr
lI"rn" of )I,. Homes brother Win. It: U Mmdot. and little fag treatment for four day for a'
......... x..,.... wfc bare teen
on Bauer *'- ever an eye :
risking. Mrs ..........* brwihotln.tow
.1P and rater ..... sad )I... R. 0.Walter. SlcIenule
The former Vlrckilo Mlcbot. o< Mr. and at who wentto
Homestead now Mra. Peed Jew for the pert month loft Mew- tho went ot on a short visit "SAVE 1510 2"GAS"

emu ot H.nde uo,vaN. N.' C. Who day for their, bora-.ioIo'la
with Mn Justice woo'going a floht Wm. Bachelor apartment.
Mr*. Gee. & Feller of Miami limitad -
leg trip M the keys,lost rrtda,. seeppis
In Homestead W"..**..,. HIM Mabet !
la Ham M4 to Nil on Dr. and L. Hicks tvangtllttand
....... I. B. Tower and ether Mondi T. P. M. .. conference luperlnUndent Jr"t
01 bar ,......" Dr. aid JI... i. 1C.ItotMM Mr. and Mrs, James Hanna sad of EDwood City Fa.. held ON
Mra. C vTorrflhiir Vwartbrnoro Pa.
r *'who row ate hi UM Oatoo.CaL pedal services at the Fro Mthe
Mra. Justus attended the residents who are spending th* wttr I dial Church. lost week. Mr*. Jessie

Homestead grammar school twenty la Miami, visited Mr. and Mrs. Payne of take Worth. T. P. M. 8.
Frank Schneider ana Ml** Ell Say owners of bigger faster DodgeM
yaw a.. Hor two .....hten. six I superintendent of Georgia and Florida ,
and twelve room of ago remained Innduu '' Monday.Mr. conference, and Mia Bernlce .

H. .m wk,ro they art at- hire Ivan Mouth of Ellwood City. Pa, also took ORE power! Moro speed steel body, pioneered by
toadies 0Ift00I. and "tlneon are part In the wrvlc**. An three wereguests 8) ) an more than 20 year ago .
:= 1 1enr.
entertaining flUnaon'i fatherwho at the parsonage.Mrs I hoar Yt than perfecteddual.cylinder ;
arrived from Dublin, Ga.. Toes
Th Rov O. Adam attended Iimwllnf Actually costs less' to nut lie brakes; introduced by DodlI
of Methodist proarhon day. Chaa. Clinton I. recovering I than smaller,lower-priced cart, many J'ftf1IIIO.and ]

In the White Temple In Miami Monday Mr*. Wino Van Winkle receivedword from an attack of dengue fever. I owner .*,. They report patented

when Bishop P. T. Keene mad I 22-24 miles to the gallon of CM Power engine mountings... ,
Monday of the death of ..
a .
Webb Scbull
thopnSripaladilr and two
...savings of S W to 4 W on very otherfamou r..tarelueualF.dollar'l
I worth of oil they bay I IThat'i with Dodge its price field.
lira Eta Cables of Meddle, wn 1 1 i real!economyl!And this Only the genius of a IlIAD
Confined, to her homo by Illness lastweek.
new Dodge has dozen of other factvring organisation such

1i : surprise*betides its astonishing Dodge-with such comp

i The First Carload thrift of operation and upkeep. facilities,with 20 years of ciYou'Il !*
J t. 1 11 v Ire returned to his horn ,
In lerdtnn i Monday after spending experience an entirely one in building nearly
i new kind of motoring thrill with million fine .ehlcle-cool
i a wet k I I" !< i annh. Oa
1 : the "Alrglid Ride amooth create such outstanding dozwI

;1 free from aide- for-doQar .ICHRTSLKR
Mr always level
1 II ill Baum who hat been I
i tonvalr.. ,inn t( the home at .her eon- sway even on curvet. MOTORS
lnlaWhan 01'' I Uushter. Mr and MnU of TomatoesSHIPPED i With "Synchroraatic Con. DODOS DIVISION
Tilled >eflletK im>f
I I' 01 I.., on A'.do drive I trol". driving has been made aMal if Icx1aM>la(-Canelw kUMf
I loft etc to spend a few week I twice as easy and effortless irtW.YALVm DODO*. tt4l fa "r

I! With ,IK., on and ,, Altogether, there are 95 basic,.-wsa..e( da. fc star-rr.X>spew.Mre .tmH".-

j Mr and Michael Baum laMr advancementsintheNew-Value : err. Tm. ,.,. n" ::
iliUftrfhi ilTluiitriUTT ""
Coral l1alI. I FROM FLORIDA SINCE Dodge plus the sturdy all. c_,_,_ .

f IIn,1 I N.7 who anwhiten : THE DECEMBER FREEZE WE R E .
I ire in tie Francis Lewi F.O.B.
4, bows .>n I intend rand are entertalnln : GROWN BY J. A. HOOKS OF HOMESTEAD 'IDUDGE'645
lli, '"",""n'* brother. C M :

i I Barren nr m""""' -''''' i AND FERTILIZED WITH

1 Dr Pratt of Port Arthur. SOILADE I OoMren We* fr tnt A row ...._ SW ,... To teweef-SrloW C. ;
Ont i- I h-r* vMUn his brothw.Chan. \

Pi.nt In II.........' f Homestead Motors, Inc.I

Mr tiiutlr Wlltmbor of Silver
Avenue 4th Street
Palm lriamomBaalod by boroaaiMrr i Why Not Try Soilade on
M.., T"W......... said I

aot.-bt ly, Vo In Koy West this WHIt '
onjoyln('tbo Celebration of "t* Your Crops ? EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING

Kmaaa Afe....." .

..,.. P. J. Thlwn o< Miami spent .
D. J\COBSEN. Prop.
Thursday *vo, ln. br with brdauthtor. ,
Miss Kathryn Thctocn.phyalral I* N Krome Aromas Phone ilaJ
tdurallon teacher of Horn*. ,
r .tend huh School ,

Mr and Mrs S. .* Kahn of Do- .

troll arrived Saturday in pnd a Phone 27 S. Flagler Are. IN H1IMJM BUM. & W. tad 8T.

month with Mro. h- Mra. i i -j, Cjlinden Rebored
-Tractors Repaired
Homestead Fla.
dpbella Chandler. In Hom *tMd, ,

j Lathe 'and Shaper WorkAreblineV'eldinr.. ..

err'tMk Ilitrar,n at"1, .. wlNOW ..'

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I A Friday February 22. 1M:\ THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE ____ Paw Seven

i ''Ruby Grapefruit Offered by Texan id risk btuah upon Ho rind she to oauegev ear* Miles, "sawbqs that Paramoon haa hit UIM'' .inniherof -
ere to elect. It from a group at save begdutg Mire. tv become 1"'W'81 starting remblna*

Comes From Thompson Pink StockBy other grmpefrult varieties fitted for a more eeetel apaerota fleas, and that they are .leMliinl to

j\ The economic Importance of this later We, and are obtaining acaerMied be as" together train now : -- new variety of grapefruit to the Tex cHg. ducatlo which
' ''ii .. ef M*>rrk>l T HrtMtnl IHnlrlrtTrwrie
T. I. Blniham IH Aiaerkaa) nlnaer resolved to carefully watch I aa citrus belt eaa hardly be overeotlaaatod. otIIarwtooI would bt 4ele and MUlag. KteatliMiNOTICI
. 'rail Gram the fruit on that tree Jose neat eea DIM the oM seeded varietiee IMHKRBHYOIVRMIuiiaa !
& fe single sink of wisdom and were superseded by tile election will be JIM In KI.U.IAM
P a eon eo no -U determine tile asset .
fjrood, fortune coupled with a boMft- limb, branch or twig upon which I I Marsh .......... .t... found that, At the Seminole OwantyTnerMa.gjakj*! IMMHotSo on Tueaday 7: MarrhII. Had
e 1. vat montfMUUon of nature. a Ten- this port would be bone. the trade did not deatre traits with 111. at tho polling plat f* llnte.1
-:. grower I* About to offer to the I seeds In them. Hope for the aaeoadaeeded below to determine who *h..n! he
ppe Before
maturity time the next ae* trustees of new district for the miteuroMilng
'" ,.ohms toduaUrjr. a mod new variety eon. Mr. Manning while eiamlnIn varieties was revived when la "Now and Ferever" which two year, and tn k 0( grapefruit which beckons t* boo the too, came upon a dngle, the footer Pink another bud sport j eemea hen Sunday and Holiday mine the number or milk of '1'MikiVlMol
." of appreciable economic tro- made Its appearace. Here won nvariety Tax to he levied for .-?, U of
p owe branch bearing two fruit showing i Oary Cooper Diego the role of a said year In MM lKMri.1
10 >1 Orta- the -Muahlnc efcamotor he was ao white prnk-fleahed and with a handsome adventwrer, living by Isle All qualified voters rMMlag within
The beneficent manifestation of eager to fad Mere then, was the blush on the Had, that had the undoalrabht wit*. fouling all of the people all of the Special Tax Hrhool Dtotrlii NoT
feature of contatatag that pay a tax on real or i 'r''uul
,'jwture. a* above mentioned la what mutation far which the citrus Industry And the tame and finally footing himself I property, ahall be nnUllixl to .w., In
i-"fc known In agricultural parlance a* was .hoping atoot the discovery: now cornea the Hennlnger Ruhr Into believing he can be the big man ..... election
'iffhud ..,..n". In technical lang. of the pmk flashed mutation In Flort- however, which pkrk-tl..hed. but a little Btayear-oM child' think he The poll will be opened 0 t i eo
bat no-or few-aeoda, and the it- o'clock A. tl and tlu K| it eumlnwaPuillng
It to iftutd u a "mutant".; da--a, .Mill..aa grapefruit of the I,.
tractive pink blush on tho rind. I ItareRedUmd
ijer "bud mutation." i Pink variety with the color blushing The child to Hollywood'g dimpled School Building

JfiflTie fortunate and observant through to the outalde. Moreover, darwkg, Shirley. Temple, TIne IRMRD OK It W.KIX..
jgK In A. E. Hennlnger. a well. the color on the Inside seemed to be Half of Aggies Work How Cooper and Carole Lombard, IITRIK'TIUI1ft DADK. STATIC THW or rLOMIIU l> l'XTtOK

true grower, living near ) 11'0"1 a more vivid pink then the color of Way Through College who to started with him In this picture Hy Ouu' M Plebes. Horreiair.
sea In the heart of the the fruit from the parent tree ever prevented little Shirley < Vb. It; Mar t, e. lit. tot|

I '!JluJ mutation. especially when : Being a Nurseryman Mr. Henlngr 001_'''''. Feb. SI-Nearly fifty from etwllng It completely away
r tp bwlou.1y physically different from set to work to proposals this per cent of the students enrolled. In from them will remain one of the unsolved REDLANDSCAFE:
; alt parental forma, have long been new sport te test It further U. the University of Florida college of mysteries of the ela_.. And
bo.n. Many of the* are the progenitors I cut buda from the wood beyond the agriculture are working to.I yet the fact to that these Mr*. A. Nabora, Prop.RKt.l .

of a number of our present" mutation area The progeny, of pay all or part of their expenses It together a* lover for the first time, I 'I.AR l.\'sni We
"--day citrus and other fruit varieties which there were several hundred wa revealed In a recent It ud). They contribute inch uniformly excellent PUtTK LUNCH Me
Next de Vriee, a Dutch botanist of produced la every characteristic are engaged In t variety of tasks performance on one film and m.k.1, I'KOMI'T a U \KTK NKH\'KMony
'.'the .hut century was perhaps the fruit etaotfy" like the parent from ranging from farm labor to clerical such convincing lovers, that It eeern 1

'i trot to direct attention to suddenly which they came. He then decidedhe jobs and even driving bu_. ....- -
(.appearing new form of both plants would carry the progeny studies The survey wu made by Victor .lPe
'and animate. He own eet up the atlll further and by budding from Nettle junior student In the collage .
.1heory "t evolution by mutation the first mention progeny carried and member of the honor angle.
In which he applied Darwln'i prlnflple on Into a second which also. produced ty of agriculture, Alpha leta. Helearned
. | of natural selection to theaa I fruit truly characterimla of the that many of the "......"
mutations a* the general method of originally found mutation. Mr. Hen. are employed In lines which will be
i,wii of pacle*. linger then applied for a plant patent of definite value to them In later
A* to the cause of these mutation., and early In lilt secured tho life, while other are working merelyto
a writer will not attempt to may tnt citrus variety patent Issued by make money for defraying expenaea. -
hIs mooted question can he left to the U. 8. government. During the .
:the more profound mind. Suffice to entire process of propagation the Five are working and sleeping lathe
Jjav. however mutations do occurespecially writer has been a constant observer" experiment elation dairy barna, j I

eo In cltrue. And. Mr. Hennlnger calls big new variety while two other are rooming In I
moreover( when theee mutations are the lIe nlnpr Ruby on accountof the beef cattle barns, Twenty an I
rtected and artfully observed theyn lu deep color. He fully d. employed aa student aaalitant and
become Important character! In scribes It aa followt: "llaa a. deeper laborer In the college of agrlcul :
II horticultural Khrtory. Henry Oil colored flesh than the Thompson lure two take car of a downtown I
I veterinary hospital at night and It
story.lit grapefruit from whence It I
outer to obtain a proper se came with a deep ruby red border, assist with laboratory reeearch and
'Uf'nre In this article' which la old coloring through to the exterior of library work In the experiment eta 1

'w Jnelbly< dada,.ated to relate the fInd. the rind which to colored similar to Uon. 0Imu
Seven are walling table for their
.lIUfAfJ '
; t
:Art of an Importtant grapefruit" mu. the well-ciilored Feeler Pink. In theeate I !
board, five of them In the university
talkm In Texan. It would be well to of the new grapefruit however,
'r: cafeteria. Two are night clerk of Tom
I. begin With an account of the finding the Qatar ai>pear| to hold up rtuchlonger her bee ebenmul mioeol
In the university dormitories. One injured by con
"i\,t'lt another student down In Florida and nuke, a much better appearance
dition. TK sow of .
drive a local high school boa, and degree nature eemoge..
torn JO year ago because It was than either the Focter or differ lorgdy end >> gad.
crop o*
( another work In a grocery .'- grows require
"'from this Florida mutant. a, mutation the Thompson link." Thirty-one employed through the Indmduol, program W work end fertiliionoa.r4o /
,, = In Haelf. that the Texas mutant The particular salient feature student fund of tile FERA are assigned pacific rogroni will:* generellv'' eppli- c'
;wen obtained about this new variety of grapefruit to various office, laboratoryand cable. bet ef M hugs tie* rogrem el eVeleemeal I
\'.: la 111 .. It. Collins discovered' hi It* outside color. Truly. It la colored outahle tasks In which they are beta more iaipartaiit.
'.'1a the grove of W B*. Thompson, on the Inside also and has no. Interested I Let out District Repretenrotne in your cent

Oneco, P brlVa. a plnkfleehedapefrnlt or few ....... But moat be remembered Borne of the upperclassmen mvmrf seine (tewerck end. Advisory Dep.rfwant f
on a ilarch Beedle I treui. that the American housewife In the preparation of material and eoViM you cexeniig your problem.Mor r 1
Normally the Marsh Seedless variety buy with her eyes. She cannot handling laboratory work collection' t'JCt of experience w the fortilntr -
la yellow fleshed and contain! eee Into the Interior. Therefore I troadt back ef our rec-
ef Insects, chemlnal ajtaly!* duties,
from 'I .* ...*.114I0'w.. ...ritIJ.f Ideal*erMinn .
none This rou- when she observes this & and similar operation
n'X to--= .1..1 will noble select
lion la I yea)re g formula taMil
m. todayfee golden yellow grapefruit with a. "In working their way through particular rquirne The fallowing '.
the :Mann Fink or the Thompson I your
Ideal. Iroadt. have produced splendid
ft Ink_, the latter name being the mast ,
I mutts M your section! ,
appropriate. After IU dlaoovery H
:was propagated commercially by the Ideal 5-7-5 Grower
o Come in and See
? Reaeoner Brother .furaery of On. Seminole Vegetable Grower. i.
t. who secured the rights of bud- .. d 1
a[ and propagating.In WILSON &TOOMER FERTILIZER CO '' '

Uncer the of summer Texae of about till whom, Mr. Hen.this The Aristocrat of the Low Price Field .

tttory la also to deal nu aaae I one
of these Florida t..... for the own Dril ,. .
; ef Ue; and In 1914 he bought II
The Master ChevroletWe : :
more, paying IS apiece for them. It
'wan from these tree, planted In .\ ,... ,. .

HJI. that the mutation which will
i be known to the citrus industry ae
the Hennlnfer Ruby Grapefruit are selling out our stockof SELLING AGENT

i has appeared. ROBERT S. DUNN, Homestead and Princeton

first During the season at 1924.21. the used cars at a right price to MILLER T. MERCER Manager Coral CabiN Branch
Ilrnnlnger Ruby Grapefruit ap

peat d. Mr. llennlnger. In his alert make way for trade-ins on this I.-----
and businesslike way, haa the cue-
ban of placing all the fruit from
new car. See us before buy.
.each tree In a pile alongside. ao that you
1, H can be examined for quality. yield,
alia, et*. In taking up the fruit FIGHT CRIME !

from one particular tree, he noticed
a single frail of the Thompson Pink Bird Chevrolet Co.Phone

variety that wait. strikingly different .
''from the reel. It had a definite pink
blush on the outside of the rind unlike 93 Homestead, Fla. You can no longer afford to be finicky

the not which although pink about the hideous reality of the new
Inside, shows ao color on the extern l
ior. Perplexed and doubtful, but 1w1t1'rfltaSR iR"aJSRa; a s a.RSvL$,.> war on the home front. SEE IT 11 I

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Pafirfcv Eight THE LEADERENTERPRISE. Friday February 22.1935.
w ran..
M. H. BlKgon gave a birthday
iUnn r partly mi hr horn 01 -
t I I Social Events I Feb II fur br daughter Mr*. ChaBanw The T. B. L. Class ot the Bap ing and Mr*. II. J. Armatrvn 1 led

*. that Sunday School save a party In the study ot the PetaJ ua.
Cover wen laid tar thirty: the Wednesday afteraoen at the homeof Other preeent were Mra. E. A.

I hot.*.. Mr and Mr*. Barn, )lr. Mr*. B. L. Hook Br., In honor of Barnes, 111.... Oeo. E. IMuel Mrs. H.Juhanlng .
PAY and Mr*. Frank Aa.......*. Mr. Its winter visitors and a* a surprise Mr*. Ogre Halnlln, Mm.
; JERICHO TRAVELERS AND WIVES and Mr. Edwin H. King. Mr feature la honor, also of the birthday Oeo. W. Turner Jr., Mn C. "n

VISIT TO HOMESTEAD ODD FELLOWS and II.... C. ... Wamar. Mr. and Mr*. anniversary of its prealdent.Mn. Plummer, Mn. C. B Owen, Mr*.
A R. BlII.ra. the Il*,. cod Mrs. C & A. King. Elizabeth Cast, Mra. M. J. Brown
N. Walker. Mrs. B. L. Blggon, Mr*. After the clan* sang had been low, Mn Mae Wolfe Mn. M A.
Th Homestead Odd Fellow entertained
1 the Jericho MISS KLIZiBRTH: SKILLENTERTAINS fouls Gladding of Newport, II I.., sung M... King mud the address Baker, Mn. Harry Motley, Miss limp
Tuesday evening nANCINOMlM CLUBS
!: Mi* Robert nettmaji of Flllaburgk of welcome to the winter visitors Caret Halnlln and Mra. Calkins.MISS .
Travelers. an I. O. O. F. organization : :
i formed spontaneously taut Bltiabeth!:' Skill entertained Idiom Eels Campbell Mia Edna Big and presented each with a nonage
September by membefc' of tilt Greater th' other members of the local dancing ben. France King. Louisa Burns' bouquet of sweet peen Mr*, A. J. IIKIUU'RN W HONOR
(" I Miami ana who. agreed to visit clams. at a valentine' party at the Carl King. Johnny Mercer, Lawrence .1 Van Matter responded. GUEST AT BRIDGE I.fNCIIKONMra.
home of her parents, Mr. and Mn. and Ernest Campbell and
Then Mr Catherine
: moms lodge of the area each week a* : Plvkard M. n. Hartman entertained
their regular localottendane Frank "kill, Saturday evening. Wlllard Barnoe teacher of the class, announced that
well a* keep up Branch the price In with a bridge luncheon Jut week
I Robert hen was another honor guest, and
railroad and the prlu for honor of her sister Mia Beth
.y While the Odd Fellows were meeting modoHng the the game beet' animal figure HOMINY mil HOMRSTKIU much to Mr. King' surprise, pro- Hellburn of Oweniiboro K) ., who>> I Ia
\ In the lodge hall of their building from blow A balloon blowing ANNOIM'E SOCIAL MEETING Rented tier with a fruit and flower visiting at the Hartman home Contract .

the F L. T. Cub a Rebekah or- contest was gum won by Pierre McPaa- Special musical and historical container from the clam. a bouquetof i was played.
Haalaallon In Melon dew. allUre; lei. I number art being planned for the roses and a birthday cake. Mn. Those prevent were: Mra. J. It.
Stanley Matthew gave "frlend..hlpuotatlun Brook, Mn. E. H. HI.... ...
entertained the wives of. the Jericho Partners for bandog war foundby program of the aoclal meeting of the ', M.
Travelers, and after the .Ma* sawS matching Punta valentine, by I Wvnua'i Club of homestead In the ; Mrs. Van Marter gave I Frank B. Home, Mrs. Qlve Victor.
sloe this club served a New England drawing shoos from a box, by clubhouse Tuesday afternoon at I'clock. a reading ". .U.'. Prayer" Mrs. I Mn W O. Burger Mr. Landon Car
'lunch--baked bean. Iloalon brown I completing valentine verses and by I Hollliter Bag rend "A Friend II'Two" : ney Mlna/ Hellburn and lor.... Hari

bread, |>lcHl* eoffe. A nierln- matching colored strings on (tick* Mrs N. 0. Ball has chare ot the Mra. Julia Polk and Mn.Ilckard man.
: :ttlp I humorous
'. gut topped of tempting I ap- of candy. program and Mr*. Annie Butler will gave election,
iwarunre. .baked by Mr*. Ralph strawberry. shortcake. heart .ba,. .>. boat.*. and Mia Haenl Hook sang two aoloe. ROBERT KIIIV8 IIIRTIIDITIH
Tie program, closed with the T. E.G .
Moon, wait offered to the one who eil .......,.. und candle. were served MARKED BY PARTY
benediction. Mra. M. M.
could gum Its content, but no one on the sun porch. The Calendar germ made the opening BI, )lr. and )Ir.. LaMar. ... Kendrick
iireetlecl. It was finally awardedto Thoa nreeent wen: )1,. and MraJ. prayer.A entertained at their horn on East
social hour followed
.,. Mr*. Trolls Kennedy of Coconut H. Webster. Mrs J. I. Turnag. I which Mr. Served cake during Eighth street with a birthday |party
(llrav Ma. (kill, Mime Holes W.... Miss Fb. 14-O. E. .. ichool of Inatruc- lunch. Hook and for Robert M. Kuhn who wa nine

The next meeting of the organisetlon. Virginia Frk-k. Miss Mardi Oauien Ion In Masonic hull at I p. m. Others present year old on that day. After game
were: Dr. E. H.
It wall announced, will be held *. Misuse Iva and Nina Dyat Mia Fro. ; -Meeting1 of Garden Clubat Teeter ot banavllle, N. T. Mra Jen- had been plnyed the candle were
In Miami with Fort Dallas chapterNo. Alta Webster. Mine Henrietta Hartman horn of Mn. R.' J. Shepherd rob Smith Mr. Ora Frailer. Mn.T. lighted on a big white birthday
44. Mine Joan and Phylll Pan Feb. 2 -Ladle* night M the
O. Watkln M.... C. C. Champon cake Ice cream was served with
man. Miss' Prix-Ilia Frtad Mia Lou- JOB.* dn. the cake.
Jericho Traveler present were: Mrs. M. P. WollHtn Mr*. W. D.
Kiimuel, Btelnlutu of Hartford la* Mirgcr. Mia. Nina Pearl Bush, Feb. 1 -Arem* Club meeting In Horn, M.... Annie" R Butler,' Mn. pthon present were: Mr*. M. P.

Conn.: Louie Pedenon of Philadelphia Mia Skill John and Billy Walton Masonic hall M. M. Lawrenc, M... Antalla Paulnly WoUam, Mr. C. Cbamplln. )lrlo M.
David Laenlrk ef Newark. N. Canon Malcolm Carl Deden Marvin Fb. J -Social meeting of Wom.n' Mra. O. L. Strickland, M.... W. Hull Mr. and Mra F. C Schneider -
Prltcbard Plan McDenlel. ., Robert Club of Humeateed at I p. Mri. O. 1 Idron Mint .
J Ceo. A. Marsh of Hartford Conn., Mary Detach M... Mary Thompson, < ) Elate
1t T. Hartman of Camden, N, J.. Bunch R*> Rust Jack Kromo, Edwin m.Feb. ..,.... tuna Pennliurton, Mra. W. B. Bowman J. M Wolhun Norman
IT Official clod ot Mra.Nancy .
Lee Frame Buchanan of Michigan. Lawrence, Billy Arthur, Robert Myrkk. M.... Charley Names, 101.... Nlcholaon. John F. Kuhn and Dorothy
ties.: C: Natter of Pa. Oavotn and Otka Hacklcr Rlckard. O. II:. s. worthy T. D. Pteb. Mrs.'C. B. O......., Ura.I. U. Kuhn.IIEIJMNO .
Ad Aatra chap
matron to
grand ,
J. W Ferrer of Whitehall N. T. R. poraer. Mr*. I. M ....11t. Mn.
t'haa Ftulee *f Hew Tork. WORTHY GRAND MATRON WILL ter.Feb.. l1-rrlnceloa Horn DemonIraUon I. N. Byrum, Mra It. E. Kim ball, HAND CLI n TO HOLD

W 1(. Turner, C. T. Hatcher.Krmk VISIT. AD AUTRA WKDNK8OATMre. Club meeting with Mrs A. 101... Maud Simmons, Mra. Hherrard, BENEFIT CARD PARTY MAR. I

RIcharoJMo, Frank Connell Nancy* RIck...... worthy W. MoVlcUer. Mrs. L. H. Blggarataff Mrs Emma Mr*. Robert Bell and Mn. Agnes .
> .nd Robert Jemima of Hialeah W.NtevaH. grand maths of the 0. fe IL of Feb 11-Redland Ladlea' AM Wright and Mra. Jo Byrum. Reed wen hostesses at a benefit

C. Michael. Frank TUIoti Florida. will be the summit of bower meeting with 101.... MM Wolfe at card party at the Helping Hand
i and Arthur Ntehenon of Coo*. at a bouquet give her by the Ad comer of Contort road and Plum- EUtAND AID CLEARS Houa hut Friday evening. 'rho'
A rut Grove; Lawrence Wright Jua.I Aatra balr at: I ,. at. Wednesday Bier "'1,.. ....*.* AT FB8TITALA : prIMe wen won by Mr*. TIt.... Brew r
N. Cay, Dr. Manrtro Hch. F. .L, hi tile Log Tavern pear Princeton.Afterwardo Mar. 1-H.lplnar Hand Benefit profit of $...!. was mad by er and 8. t. IteUm,. .
<"irr, Frank Hobbs' and R. K. Green.p U.... Richard willMake Card party the Redland Ladlea' AM from Its I Other present wont Mr. and Mr*. .

l| ,,l Miami;R. L.Beeb ef Uute River: her official visit to the chapter Mar. 1--B"' lnao meeting of Wo Orange Blossom Festival booth. Mrs A. V. Phillip, lore R. L. Godwin :
f. K':: Ilowerth ot Inks Worth: and I* the Moaonl ball Mra. W. UHheiruid. .....'. Aailllary. of Episcopal Churchat Thomas raw... president reported Mr. and )1.... H. K, Bohumachar sot
>, ll B '". K K. Bailey, C.P.Ort- Mr. W. M. Bradley and home ot )1.... J. B. Oaufena at I .t a meeting Fob. 14 at the homo Mr, Bell.Another.
rlnold.: K. Z. Thompson. 8. Caw Mr*. A. R. Uvtngiten ors the oonvmltta p. m. I of Mra. Way*. Calkin*. Mn, Gee party will be held next
near C. T. F cb*. Br. Oils HadI In charge ef nfnehment Mar. J-D.neo In Lloni' den.Mar. E. Heed gave several valentine read Friday. *
,W. W. R. Thornton, Tom Theu, Mr*. Rlrvard will make her official 4-RodUnd r.-T. A. meeting.
,mil Harry IX W.lf volt to Naranja chapter Mar I. Mar. I-W. M. a. meeting In I I

Vlnltor* of tike F. U T. Club were Mia Mildred Hlndnan of Miami ohunh.Mar.. >
M.... Louie, Pedereoa of Phllad.t grand Instructor will hold a school I--Ag Club meeting at Stacy I
|>hla, Mra. Oeo. Marsh at Mlddleton, ef Inatractlon Sunday at I p. m. lath Hawkins h"me. I
('"nn. U.... A. B. Mowardth of Lake Maaonle hall. Mar. I-r. L. T. Club meetlntj;

Worth. II.... O. C Qwlnner, Mre. ILL with Mr*. :E. E. Bailey. .
Iieebe and Mra. M. B. Heck of DR. AND MRS. UlfSUlX Mar. '-W. M. U. circle meeting I
Miami. Mr*. Mary Steward Mr*. lELEnRlTK AS n'ER.'I.\RY Mar. I Supper Club meeting at
Trolls Kennedy and Mr. MarthaNlckercon Dr, and lira Frank Haueman entertalnad the Le* H. Lehman home. J
ef Coconut Grove Mb. the Census Club member. Mar. I-Official visit' of Mr*. Nader

Aurora Oral of Hlaloah. and U.... oq Thursday night of teat week Rlckard O. E. .. worthy Il'IIndl)
Ralph Moon ot lloneetead.Member their wedding .nnle_..,.. Streamer matron to>> Naranja chapter. jil
> preeeiit wen: Mr*. Edith of heart that wen tint used on Mar. II-Woman'* Club of Homestead -I
Hall.j Mr* Tlielma Radford Mn.I their fifteenth anniversary formed study .laa"* meeting with MlaiJennie
Maud Simmons. Mn. MolUo Win- part ef tho due ration scheme which Lobdell.Mar. .
i| tats. )1.... !Flonnr ..._u. Mn. Included also bowl of rod row and II-W. M. U. meeting In
(lertraile Cipllnger. u.... MarjorleI sweet ....... Each: woman was given church. I
I PeiUII and M.... Cora Bell Orlnold. a corset bouquet of red sweet Mar. If-Annual meeting of Wo a
pea and white ...._ and each man man'. Club of the Redland
UON LIB \\E: was given boutonnIere of the same of officer !
TO ilK liEU M \IUII flo..ra.I Mar. 33-Twentieth anniversary
Dr :nd M... L. O. Smith of North Cut valontln.talll..* were match Mar. It-W. M. B. circle mertnga I Many a woman has found much of

Dakota won the high oeon prlie*I ed for partner Mra, E. II. inner : One with Mr. John Anderson her attractiveness depends upon a clean
for -untraot bridge at the benefit and If. E. chair wen the prism' for Two with Mra Goo Raneon.
mtrty given In the Uon den Wedneiduy dub marcher. *. and Mr*. J. J. McLen- Three with JoI... Jr. L. Brown Four Ii system-free from poisons. And these

evening. Mr.. D. B. manor dun and T. J. Faust the prima for with Mr*. R. L. Hohoon. women have found Regs to be a gentle
1 and Mr*. A. J. Brady won the gueata I
; prises In auction bridge Ribbon Fruit cake. red and whit parfait and safe laxative at all times. They

I sandwiches, cake and coffee wereerred. garnished with heart made of cherko OUR NE'VEUGENE never act harshly and children love
and coffee and salted auto wen
f Mr*. r S. Allen and Mr*. II:. H. rved.Oueate. WAVE them because they're like chocolate can-

\ Gallagher W.rf hostesses at the present were: Mr. and 101... dy.
,vent.Mr. H. P. McDanlet. Mr. and Mr*. P. B.
*. a... W. Turner. Jr., and Bird Mr. and Mn. W. E. Rhney, MACHINEi i
Mr* Charles Cog will bo 'hooteaee Mr. and II.... Faust and Mr. and
.. oojilptwd. with wit awter and '
of the Invitation dance which will Mra McLmdon.. Members present
ttmo clock to linen safety and
j fce given In la., den *. Marrh I.Mr were! Mr and Mn. Lee H. Lehman w
.aUIr work In U* followuglyleot I
..-- M,. and Mra. J. H. Webeter. Mr. and ffl't25C
*. A aiCttagl* will entertain' Mra. C. J. Paraaan, Joi,. and Mr. r
the junior glrla'claaa, of the. Ilomo K. Walton Mr. and tire. Hlner BfCENBCROOIICNOLB I
stood I Methodist Sunday School. at'' and Mra chaff. Mr*. H. A. A..W'I --
let homo this afternooa. and the boat and .. SPIRAL I

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LEGION AIXIU.1KY SERVES: reading by Mr. C. H. .Pepper ..leaVanii, WUtela. Bulburd, NIU

It ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS SUPPER FOR LEGION PrlMMtoo a ptooe sob V w... J.H. ,1 Use Marti Lost Bell OreanoM. ...

Tw.nly-tw were present at the Webster:: two songs by W... Lwto M* 8..i1i..t1l.. Loll Walk, UoalcyBev

!""fSO NATILVTION CLUB Casper;; WHHomo, tn. M. U Bruin upper given by the Amrtca Legion Brandenburg and a plate, sale .c, John FT*****. Teasels Ir-

Mn Hr.*lei.... Mr*. Brndnbwg.Mra Auxiliary for the members ot by Mr, Walter E. Gabs of Itedland.Mr wen diret lIMen. Donald and Reathr -
,plAS VARIED PROGRAM Webster >>... Ma Howard the legion In T scion hall Wednesday *, Webster played. the aooontpaalmenu. Sullivan and Marvin Prlll'h.I ...\.
"Ul the Homestead Homo Dwrma-
Mien Ixibdell and Mra Bird. light The table for the least I -
HOn club meeting yesterday Mra
ntle from the Dade County elide Four which met with Mr*. h4 been decorated with small flags TIM Girt but orchestra played I ROYAL POINCi'S.\ CIRCLE
K. A. Knnki *>Mt4 Mrs R. L. Hob aa.I canUrulMM at nd. wait 1 and I while tea WM being Mrved.INTKRMKIUVTK OBSERVES ANNIVERSARYRoyal
Demonstration office reviewed
to an leader and Mra A. 8. May*, sec.rotary blue crepe paper by Mrs. J. A. Smith
rk hat has been don In can Polncbtna Woodmen' Or
and tnaxirtr. Mr. J. B. and Mn. A. W. Hutchmaon I
and digressed the storing ol Davis led m the devotional period These present were: Mr. and MmF : B. Y. P. I' l'Io celebrated Its fourth nnlvraryat

.....a t. be.U* showed pie. Those prevent were: Mr... J. D. a Ru. Mr. and Mr Wm. J. ENTERT1INED GIIXT HOME: a Valentin party bold M the

j V** of bdr, *ma In the Better ....<1. Mrs. N. O. Ball 14... r. Flt Qeronlmo, Mr. and Mr*. Frank Th Intermediate B. T. P. V. of I !Masonic halt Thursday night Each

exhibit hi :Miami recently. ta*. Mr*. MvlU TTlngut Mra H A. 8nhakn, Mr. and Mr*. Alex Ham the First Baptist Church held a val.atlm member drew a valentine nan forth

", Mm, R. E. Edward read a poem .u.-lew. Mr*. L. M. Bridge. Mn mini. Mr. and Mrs W H. ShefflolilMr. party at the honi of Mr. and night and each wa presented!

||hat was given at the Dad. County Davla Mr. Mo)'*. W,.. Hobson and and Mr. Fred Redd. Mr. and Un. O. I. Qault Thursday night of with a valentine and giftUra.

"nm. Demonstration council mew Mr*. Ennla.' Mr.. Hutchinson Dr. and Mra.BmMd last week. Game were played and i Mart Altaian received a

[slag la Miami bat week, and gave a hers Oeo. w. Tumor. Jr, punch, Ice cream and eookle wr I shower .( sift la appreciation eC

M:trt.f report of the meeting. II... a L. Caap.r Mrs W. H.O..n. ,, enrod.Thoa. I her services during the put year.
I : All member wer* caked t*> bring MR AND MBS. VAX M\RTER
.. Mir Roth Fox Mice Elsie. prM went Mrs Oault. (Contlna4 on race Tea)
'.cutting' to exchange with eachper oth. KNTERTilN FOR TOIMMIMr. Bowman and B E. Arlman.MINIOM .
at the nut meeting, and to help and If... A, J. Van Marter

,'....... ""' .- for the setup book. gave a picnic dinner In Royal Palm

JjSThee* present wen Mr*. H. Cal.1Nr Mate Park Thursday of last week In "alt WIVES LKAAIK ON RAMPAGE"riEHRNTS: Now Day or Night You Can Have

| Ur*. KL, Hobeea, Mr*. L. U honor of their ooualn. Mr. and Mrs "
81s Wl_ oa a ... ,*, a
......... Ura. Fred Redd. 14.... Stacy C M. EngllRh of Ithaca N. Tn lad .pa HOT WATERWith
remedy ta three act, waspromoted
Hawkln., Mn. A. D. Smith Mr. 8tt. Mr. and M... Nelson Van Marter *t
by the dealer League of
Plnder, Ura. W. B. Cave, Mrs Groton. N. Y.. who an spending the
Whit StM Methodist Church In the
a C R&ttordl Mr*. Frank JlAueman, winter at Bt Cloud Da. Later the the New
Nv King Cooper School auditorium
Mrs, J. A. Hooka Mr*. S. A. King group visited the Ed teednknrnln
but night George Burlew directed
Jim Jessie Oreee, Mr* Pen Ferny rock garden. '
the play.
ctw. Mr*. Edwards, Agra Brantley, The others lit the party were; Dr. DUPLEXSOLAR
The tory wa that of six wive
Elmlna Tester *f Danivlll. N T.
; wits Mary Brantley, a new member
who had become tired .C being "tak.
land three visitors JoI.... Leonard M... B. A. Waldln of Honuwtead l.I
for granted and hail to the
>oUberr.\.. :Mr*. R L Godwin ant Mr. and Mra Benton and Mr*. :James en gone
mountain to bring the husbands to WATER HEATER
tun' Frank Kllch.rf Stnlner and con of DeRuyter N. Y..
their Kennel. Two of the husbands
Mr and Mr*. ('. M. Mien and eo...
I disguised a* bandit mad life ml-
|MR. AM: ) MUH. FKICK1KMTHTIV Kenneth of Anhby\ Man, and W. HOT WATER
enable for them and they In torn
: AO CLUBFive M. Bradley and daughter. Mary otWoodhul' Hut wdrr from auiwhlne In larger amounts
wen pursued by a would be ihtrllT, From SUNSHINE
tablet of In )'. Conn. and at the
i bridge wen play an Moaped lunatln who believed the saute high ipniperatumheMllyoMolne
when the Ag Bridge Club met at the husbands commit ted a robbery In o% through the Duplex Hular Water
home Of Mr and Mra I MRS. EWING
Goo Frick REVIEWS the nearby vOl...*.
...""ny evening Oeo. AVaihlnifJoa BOOK AT CLUB Mt;KTIVOMr In the cast were: Mia Antoinette Ombodying

tallies and decoration were uedjni1 *. H. H. J Owing reviewed the Mo,.. Mice Grace Field Mill Mary; I original Riilnr Malrr Baler. plus fire

cherry pie was *ervedtKbjtn book, "Lamb In His Boom", by Carolyn Bradley, Mra Oeo. Burlew, Mini following fralurr!

:r. R Brook and Oeo N. Miller of Georgia at the book Mary Ball Qlbba, MIr Mlldnd Orr, DAY I n

,frkefleld won the high score club review and valentine party given Was Helen .....hI. Ollbert Blow, ,10

prims, and Mr. Wakefleld and 8toCT I by the Wvmnn'i Club of homestead Hurry Brown, Alton Horn and P. F.
Havklna the second prlie MraI In Its clubhouse Thursday afternoonof Beagle. AH Mplal Construction

I Frank and A. F. Arthu- lat week Mr*. Oeo B Reed gave Ufrlbna. ....., Ire

won the guMt prizes.i several valentine reading and 111.... MUSICAL TENETS O Occupies Let lipase

i' Oueal of tho'club were Mr. and Harry Wolfe told the history ot St. UI FOR GIRL SCOUTS lower installation foal

fMr*. r. B Bommcra, Mr. and Mn Valentin Day. Approximately twnty-U dollars 0 No Operating Eaawaw

'3. H. Webster Mr and Mr*. H. PMcDanlel. Mr*. Wolf who was hostess nerved wa the amount which the musical
Mr. and ..... Frank aRut refreihaient ta given at the home of Dr. and Th new Duplex lulu Water Poster frequently rt ken than

I Mr. and Mra. Arthur and Dr. Thou present werai Mr.. Ora NOW.Mrs Mrs H. B Wolf Monday afternoon privately built healer which are hwtalted wtthout knowledge of

i and Mrs, Hauaman. Member parent D. W. BhMallne, ..... IL >'. celled tb* Girl RcouU About forty these recent arbteteuiunt hi solar hrcllng.Fee .

t| were: Mr. and Mr*. C. H. Btelt- Matthew M... E. A. Enid II... Rt. persons were pretent.Maw complete Information and Illustrated folder, writ w Miamiofflr

t& ant, Mr. and Mrs Hawkins, Mr. andy irtttpherd. 111... t. M. :Dabble, M... Dorothy :PanH o( MtaaO, *. KMbMlM. will be rnnvfiilay grre*.
Mrs WakefKld. Ur and Ura. Brook C. H. SI.II'*.... Mrs H. A. Burlew, director of Dad County Girt Scout

: and Mr and Mr*. Frick. Mr*. Don Fanreyra, Mn Ul*., and Jolla Mary Shuck of Cooonut

Whiting. )l'ra. N. a Ban Mrs drove, as were present: Solar Water Heater Coo
,.W.; M. 8. IltrUM .' K Well. 11... Reed. Mr*. W'I Among the musical numbers given

,ELECT LEADERS III... Wolfe and Mto Jeank Here two otlectkrai by a trio. Mr.
.. SIO-ao N. W. Mill Street Phew M4*<
1; >rTlc.r* wore elected by three *( ". J. H. Webster ptaao, Use M. Frl k.
(eth' four retrgantaeo' circle *f the MR*. "')1. M. *)H.NS tarlnet, and Dr. Wolf, violin: two ESTABLISHED IUI MIAMI FLA.

SS R0men's Missionary Society of the ENTERTAINS CLASS songs by Mrs. Gives Victor; two I
,Ire+rneetead Methodist Church and The junior gu-1*' clan of the Hap-

plan mad for Via year by air four tint. Sunday School wa given a Valentine -

'.t. their Individual meeting Tueov party Thursday night o( lat *

week by; th* teacher M... Wm. M.

fin')te On which net al the horn Jofcaa at her hoed Father Rucker

of Mm Deo. Smith reflected Mr*. eon the prim In a valentine 'word

t ft, A, M.Nell leader *n, /lo ct.l Mr* _t..*.. tad Annette Campbell won JU I.. Field secretary and Irwtmrer. the valuetln hunt award Coke FOR

.Cake and coffee were served by the and candles were served.

tauten to thOM prevent: Mr*. Robert ThoM prewnt wer: Mablt Ruth

Mltlei. Mra. OlbU Ura. John Andw Pope, Franca and Peggy King, Lillian

son Mr*. r. M. n.dd. Mr*. Luliv B. and Edith Booth. Geneva Van.

Free. Mr*. Vlvan :Booth. Mrs Mc Jwn Hotlg Can Walker Uerl

[Neil and Mr. Field. Jenklni Ruth Owen. Ann rte'amII' :,

Circle Two which met with Mr>. bell. Either Rtuker and M,. and Mr. .

H 8 faplHiger elected Mra. O. L. John

ard Miowalter secretary leader and and Mr treasurer*. J. L. Bait and YOU CAN LEARN THE SECRET

made plan to Increase 'Its attend.anec Permanent Waving

and to have Bible study per

Jtoua. Mr*. CapUngr served re- Croqulynolc or Spirit
.\.freihmenta.Thoie I
tm' prevent were Mr*. Bell
&Sedge. Mr. Oeo. Raaaon, Mr*. J. K.fftavto OF SKIN

Mr. Ballurd. Mr*. ShowaltM
and Mr*. Caplin,,,. I
, Cirri. Three mt with It* leader

"kUn. p B. Bird. A way and mesas

committee, consisting of Mrs. Stacy Finger 1VnlnFu"l.
Hawkins. Mnt J. H. Webster end Jlltn..u.... .-Mitrc.UngBy Mall tic coupon below, with only tot M cover pottage V* want veil to know Krv off**fl. *S s SaM vkQi
1 Afro r awl ... ..... .... Y..will teats( Bury Kit.- .. kU bnuttttt exports "hoe. a( ... WM ten dssd! wUt
Lowly, Bruaxlenfeurf wa appointed
. Miss Jennie LobdelT Mi experienced. Operators Inc CMIM> trW ilM of tot ot die ramose II Outdoot lice Co*" en*** pw.n sad mops M acUrx aS*.

i II" the Bible study and Mr*. Webster I urn localism GUI Bnuqr Producu, with complete diectloes tat deft aalaf awe to|low*tismsl(

[ eondurtd the'" devotional part af the years W* we ataltal Ait oft tvctoww wM *.. w

J proaram. MAE MORRIS BEAUTY I know pit CM here lovely skim a fcuat b* *uVW aaphoUoa. > Send this _po*--i ,"'U VIA rWd duovoi 4Omdoof

, .Those present wen Mr*. Joel J. i A complexion that amp Ono all day loat Girl Beauty Pteti st. lo*$ afol

, RoMiunn. Mrs W. C. Monroe Mr*. I SHOPfEflower

ABtuo* Mr% Car) Anderson, I .
fMr. H. P..tey .. Mra. Daniel Blilf. fa*** ..*,,"' -

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>Tsiee Ten THE -ENTERPRISE Friday, February 22.1935._

have been relvd, mil a barbed place neat Homestead to report on I HIM Tlxlwn Elizabeth Skill, Alta ,
HOTTER WATER shipment of granulated seek ar for the pathfinder badge Webster HinrletM Hartman Nina
: The hut half of the scout meeting Dyal Mary Frances Arthur Martha
rlvM every 41 days. Owing M
-J d FROM I NEW MODEL I II quantity production<< the company hu waa given over to archery practice I and Edwina Clo*e. Qeraldln Lucille Belts West,
baton able to milk definite prim adIUlJlmaata..downWAl'd Th only wow mad won by Alta I Elizabeth Ful-0-Pep
Webster.Those. Bonnie Sell Myer. Marian MullPhil
on time new model I
aolar water present were: Mrs. Skill I and Edwina King-
SOLAR HEATER 10 that the Duplex
I heater I* now Installed In many
CUM at lower coat than heaters f
')J" More than 10,000 color water heater built b> other than the patent.hold. Jt LEADING. POULTRYMEN
T. UM Ful O-Pcp Growing M.....
*,:have bn Installed In the Florida eno.A A NEW SERVICEFor They find it help eliminate costly
4sat toast Mellon by the Solar Wat' series of tests U new being eonducud lowei and Innire bigger market egg
S i .r Irater Co.. of Miami according by the company which prove One* you have tried Ful-O-Pep Grow.
I to an announcement by O F Ewald that the new Duplex gives hottti 1 many months we have been searching fora Inf Main, you will UM nothing el**.
secretary and treanurer The com water even on cloudy day ban th sold
I ; line of Feed which would be of the highest
pony, established In 1922, maintain model From 140 to ISO d. .
f .1 office and plant at 110 to I gree are achieved In winter. whl'*| quality and still be priced within the reach of Jt IT IS TRUE ECONOMY to

. t. tiff N. W tsth H. A new and Im water 110 degree hot In umni .r I II everyone. We have at last found that feed to be Tt bird feed eat Ful-O-Pep let because Crowing they are Ma.h.Th able.
proved model known a* the Duplex. time la recorded i Elevator
I I manufactured by: the Meridian Grain to> let more good out of this fretb\
Bola tt.t., Heater l" now being clean, ration.
I IIfln"faII red. This model inner I POUNDS WARNING '| Co., of Meridian, Miss., and we have this line
cedes all previous model, It I* John Sberroan. one of Tax AIM*' in stock. ,
\ hand alden.
Lummm right
boned I upon year of research and an- or JJ FUL-a PEP GROWING MASH
tual testing alter tnatnllatlon.feature wa In Homestead; yesterday helping DIG DIAMOND GROWING MASH T deserves a trial by every poultry-
of the new modal In. head of families fill out their application ': BIO DIAMOND LATINO M181I man It contain exactly what 1*needed
tlude all metal. construction, the fur tax exemption on their I BIG DIAMOND DAIRY FEED to build flesh blood and bone. It not
Vae of nipper tubing soldered In Intlmate home, In accordance with the tux I hid DIAMOND STARTER FEED only route big bird but capable bird.
exemption amendment to the *tat., GREEN!: STAR SCRATCH FEED
t metallic/ conntltutlon adopted hut November GREEN! TOP MORSE!: AND MILE FEED
bulking the thermo bottle type ,
If* urged that horn owner
Cracked Meal
tank which I la Insulated with re- fom-llhort--oallIa-Bran- T develop pullet Into real layer
application/ at once and not wait until I
granulated cork anormstrong prom I of choice market The world
duct and more compact ala. The th*> last! minute, Tin d..adUnaI For your convenience, we also carry a com highest record pen of egg hen*was raised on
: I to April 1. I ] line of PRATT'S POULTRY AND STOCK Fill Chick Starter and Ful,O-
plete -
new model gives )hotter water at alltour .. ,., ,. .... Mash.HECTOR ,
: j "( the day or nfifht. tie manu' T-m\'vs-1 REMEDIES and a great variety of POULTRY Pep Growing
: flit Hirer .lat. -GIRL
y.. All nutter<< )*/* are .purrhae4 In --I
cut loud lots enabling the companyto By IlenrHtc Ilartnmn We would greatly appreciate your feed and
make a luparinr noise water heat This I* national outdoor SUPPLY
U at U uwer prim than formerly. Each troop I I. to 1o something 'IIt'i poultry supply. patronage.
Cot 10&1 shipments of angle Iron ferret oiil-ofdoor this week We I I
-------- are going to have a pnlnHopolnlI

....--..........'"-.....'"..........'"...-.......... hike Friday from Mri fkill house The Seed Co. COMPANYHomestead
10 the swimming pool. i Kilgore
SOCIAL EVENTS Mr Dunlop has been very kind to I

....-."....,'"...?....,_...,..,...........N.IN, ...,... let u. have several books on Scotland I HOMESTEAD, FLA. ,PHONE 63 I Florida

nntlnued from I'axe, Nine) Each girl was given an Important
>tiH Florence Pureitl, presiding
gu,,, ,llan prewnled. arch member I
with n gift package of valentine
Dining the boldness session Mr*.
I It liexulr Bratty l wm elected delegate' 16
the Htate. convention which will beheld
In Orlando on Mar U. It and
18 Mi-x OoMIe Wolfe was mad alternate .
I: '
Tea and cookies were nerved dun Of do 0( I"I
Inn the social hour .N a r SvA
Thai precept were: Mr*. FYahcuCnker
i Mr*. Recall. Martin Arm Alice
t V'.iltera. Mra Hors Smith, lire
'hpl'll'I ) "Hwlfurd'Mr*. Ads Young. .. R
Mix Hnratll Mrs, Altman Mra' bbl >
m 1111 1111f
Urudy and Mr*. Wolf.
}llt \\1)111.: .<1. BFMTIE
OIISHOKNMfimit; : \ t
After the Itebekah lodge meriting 'THIS symbol !is the insignia f-the A1U

t )l". ndii) night Mr. and Mr. H. B Florida Committee. It ghoul be'displayed
B. uttlf entertained the member at i
a \III nll". party In honor of thll iI I as a badge of honor-for it Identi6e you at

lient\iih' nnnlvenwry 6{ theirnuirilaio I ii i & TORKER in behalf of Florida!"'.h notifici
Haled xultln**, olive,
crinh, i\ tllllI and ruffle*were*..r.> the world that you BELIEVE in Flf ids, and I
*.1 l Tho*.. n,.,.wnt were Mr:and M.... are helping to promote the Indus aa,., commercial '

harry, n Wolfe Mr*. Owe Bell and agricultural pouibihtiei 'thlState.
Oiinolil Jtr Maud Simmon. Mr.
Fl "i'rirettl, Mr. Iberia Roc .
i: choose Mr Thelma BadfoM Klaus ,
r Oi'Iniriil and the hoot and hoateu I II Every individual who make his 1 v-iig u

I: here, or who enjoys the unparalled, benefit ,,',, ,
Mrs. A. W. McMikcr. Mr. M. UVulker
Mr.. A.-I). regie, Mr*. C. M, I to generously offered by Florida, it eligibl&Jp",
Pepper| and Mrs. C. N. llendernon at to membership in the All-Florida Committee. .
tended the meeting of the Riverside 011 r
W.m"on'/\ Club In Miami .
Tuesday *
The All-Florida Committee was organized
a year ago l>y |the newspapers of Florida. They

believe that the degree of Florida growth and

Im prosperity depends on how well Floridians

-( CUI'I \IoIIIIOI'lF.IIIILU.'... IVIITIF8HPKIIAL: I cooperate in a itatcswide program of national

PRICES ON advertising to exploit our natural resource
rlarwln. Cilracta, spires

Mrs. Wm.race render VanWinkle I The newspaper, radio station and out I IDENTIFIES YOU

nee N W First AteuMHomestea door advertising companies have backed their

I faith in Florida with their time and money* AS A UJ o1tlteJlhok

contributing the equivalent of $200.000 In a .

dPlumbing series of educational announcement awkL"urged

Every Floridian native or adopted, i* now

Co. to support thir greatest of all unified .

efforts in the history of the State by enrolling

under the banner of the All-Florida Com

mittee. Only by coordinated maw member mobilization Week Is February 25 March 2. but

For Plumbing Installations -. ship can the objective be accomplished don't wait. Join Now. Membership. for one year U

Repairs and only 1100 the best investment In Florida's prosperity .

Septic Tank Construe: you can ever make with the greatest return

tion and Service. cfft "R I DA in dividends to YOU. Send in your requett for membenbip .

\ I card to YOUR new.p.jxf TODAY!
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t Friday, February 22.1935. THE LEAD R.. ENTERPRISE faire Eleven

W_'. club II* K. W. lo1Ibtll
Churches lV.n D'. Men' Bible clan and

: I young people' !lyceum at T:II p. m.; CLASSIFIED ADS

healing by Dr. J. Carl HoDeoo at I

7:4i; lecture and meaaaavi at I PIlL J
by the Rmr. Saul Uabaoa. RATS Plat Insertion 19* a use; subsequent UueftkMet.l .

) Feb it-Hr.Hn. ky Itr. J. firlIlohmin a a Mae,
BAPTISToatestead1rhe each Sunday at 10 a. m. German .
I (brines ky the Rev. Hadallnbaon.
service etch !Sunday: at 11 a. m. conducted
RIC.. N. M... llrrtha RrkradIN FOR SALEINIM.It'PLiIMOTII real estate will And up-to-date
by Q Borgardt; English lee.vice
alker.. paator. Sunday school at read vrrlttra Summers blind- Hating In our offlo Many *f

II s. 01 Preaching at 11 a. n. on lint and third Sunday at i foloVd.tSNt. HEALER thane IM n(* ore cllll at nib-no.,

D4 ':10 p. m.; a Y. P. U. at I:IDn. p. m. conducted by paator NERD! TRUCKS mal prlc**. We Shall appreciate

vF .; Prayer services Wednesday METHODIST EPISCOPAL lit Chrv truck .h', will base IT* either your Inquiries or your Hating

at 7:10. Florida City Community Church llt7 Ohev ton truck (121 each. 110 *, ..1of which will have our

.. -The Rev. Burton F. Tarr. =: TRUTH< ? lit Chov .....n. (J), each. ....Ill* beat attention Now I* the time
February 24-Morning ncrmont pastor
toII .-$110 t* buy. B. W. Morris now aaeocl
school 1929 Bulek ear good shape
Le..'. Mlnkttrlee" evening seaeronI Sunday at 10 a. m.; preaob-
Other and truck. and WIld aced with H. A. Cameron N. W. .
"Waahmgton, the Man ef bag at ':10 p. m. Epwortb Leagueat can new ;
let 81. In Clttaen Hank Did .
4 49 term to omit.HOME6TEAD.
kalrty." a patriotic anrvke.Prayer : p. b%
MOTORS, Inc. Phone 71. (ollit)
I. errvke) Bible study' i itliaptcn Red1an1l.-Th. Rev. Burton F AND wE'vEGOT
TO 8S South Krome Ave., at W. Chi St.
. .....b... t and .. Tarr pastor. Sunday school, 10 a.
st m.; public worship 11 a, m.BtETHOOiaT .

EPISCOPAL BODTB FOR BAl.E--Bo.ton Terrier"Tey"Puppies Redland propertlea
Church of the Sacred Heart EARN NO
White Stone VTurch-Homo 4 month old pedlmaetl.Rnuonnble rurcbaeer are In MIAMI lint
[.. Bt Second avenue, Homestead; the WHY WORRY DEAR
Wilier Feed Mora, with a broker you knew to be a
stead the: Rev. A. A. Koeitllne, par
[Rev, Alfred McDonald paitor. Sunday WELL REMIMBER NMAT
tt tor Sunday school at '.10 Flower blda.. Homealead. CIrUI KEDLANDS BOOSTER
a. ;
[ mass at 0 a. m; weekday THC DOCTOR TOLD .
Bend listing with legal decriptlon
preaching at It and 7.10
a. m. : p.
> [ mass at ':U dally Sunday MOTHER ABOUT
s. school Saturday I L"' Sunday m. Junior League at 110 p. m. HAVING FOR SALES! -room house, modern of land price tine sat
[school Sunday following 0 o'clock HI League at 5:4( p. m.; Senior conveniences on 10-acr tract of rend postal and I will rail; or give
Communion for women the League at ':10 p. m. Prayer meet well _rifled land. O P. Parker full Information te J.IIltk)
[tout. I
I Font Sunday of month; for men and lag at 110 p. m. Wednesday. Alpine Drove Dairy. IMS-mi) Brooks, llomeatead.CIIARLBS .
. 'boys, the second Sunday of month. Silver Faint Community Church PHA'RMACYI I 'III N. E. Flat St.. Miami
PKTI'NIA anal Larkspur plants' The
hour tint Friday ot month
n tly The Rev. W. J. Palmer pouter with South Atlantic Mortgage Co
Pratt IOU N. It
0. ill 7:46: p. m. Mass first Fridayat Sunday school very Sunday at 10 a dos Josephine ,

[ T10: .. m. Benediction of the I 1>t Avo., llonMMMd Kla. (Visit
a. m.. preaching services on first TO EXCHANGE
Heated Sacrament after
max third and fifth Sunday at 11 ana
RHODE ISLAND eggs for Mttln(.

ItJIIUSTUN SCIENCE 7JO. Satisfaction tuaranteed. Mn, O iRanaon WANTED TO KXfHANIlK40

Emit King Highway and acre farm with all improvcrnnte
1 Florida Clly. Broadway, and
Federal Highway. Jlltf i Iwludlngroam house In sued
oath itreeL Sunday school at Florida. Clly-the Rev. Edith Tam
condition seven miles from rountyMt
':U a. m. for pupil under 10 year blyn puetor. Sunday school ':10 p. GOOD USED electrlo Nlfrl.oraton.l In :Marion county and 10 .

Jof ace; morning service at 11, m.; preaching I.JO and I P. m.. Homestead Electrical Bhop (ditto mites from Loulavllte. Ky. Will

[ 'clock.Vedneiday evening see Young people' meeting, ':16.
exchange fur equal value i iimnerty
[vices which Include testimonials of Junior meeting 1.10 Tuesday; prayer CHRISTMAS Vine, young plant* Ttedlnnd Jlatrkt. ItrV. 10. tin iNsutIveger

[healing and experience and remark meeting 7 p. m. Thursday, lOc lira. N. J. Ball, II N. B. 111 Dorothy Ave. t

t. on Christian Science I p. m. lib St. Phone "'. (nlltO
PENTECOSTAL It to. right that llommtria' N>wly Loulnvllle Ky. pru
n. public 1* cordially Invited to at- .
..Mli ahiKild know the KKPL- !
YOUNG Hhoilt Inland Red cocker
Ooulib,-Rev. C. C. Haneberger
putor. Sunday school at .:... lr.FKM IIIII.ITV earned by Kilnpharnuvy. for breeding purpoee Mrs. N.
F.. II Leanon-nrrnion sub 11 and ':10 lOc )Ira. N. O. Bali. ; II N. :
Preaching at a. m. p. Nothing ran ever lIP WAlIo'TED-Wom..n lo work imrt of

[>CM -Mind." ra. Young People' meeting at (.10 eo Important aa thrir he"lIh.2i WR ( E'I everyday. No cooking Mm II. IL .

CHURCH Ol> CHRIST p. m. Ladle Prayer Circle Tue FOR RENT I E lng. 111 N. E Eighth HI.

day at ISO p. m. Mid-week prayer cr!.' mil

HooMatead.-Corner of AvenueA service Thursday: at 7:10: p. m. FOR HKMT-4-room: furnished apt.

[ and Fifth atreet. T. J. Hunton.ainlatar. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH private bath. Flower bldg. Phone .. . ) ) X((
Bible study at 10 a. !
41. tfJJ-ml)
sal communion, fellowship and Homnlead-Krome avenue at N. .

naohlnc at 11 a. m.; preaching at fifth treat; the Rev. Frederick Vol. FOR RENT: : furnished upstairs apt. SEMINOLE THEATRE

':It p. m. Prayer meeting Wed"..- beda, p. toc. Sunday school at 10 14 fill square, bath. Mr*. 8. H. .

[day at T10: p. IlL.CIIt1lWH. *. .; divine worahlp at 11 a. m. PllAR IACYDOWN Fitch. (flit

and 7:SO p. lB.8PDUTCAL Adult Abe hllilmt .. I**
Homeateed-'OI N. W. First

'Jov. Rev, J., C. Qrubba, paator. Ilamntoad branch 0? Miami I TUNING and repairing -Rtn.U'', nOIlI't'Happiness \' M

Sunday achool kt ':41 a. m.: preach Splritualljt Temple of Truth lu I Oood need plane for Sale cheap

tar it 11 a. Wind 1 JO p. m; .Senior W. B. Coon 111 N. W. Ird St. Ahead1with
C. O. a. poclety. <:10 p. 'm.; InMrnedlate (SUit
a O. O. ,8. In parsonage UK Clr.nit Court t the Ktaranlk J .
t o > while _It8ln..r AnnE -Little Jack "
HEMSTITCHING you : Lillie, a IVn-
"JO m. primary C. O. a. B. In 4fel>l Urntlt of rUrMi. In end fee Dade GOES THE PRICE OF
p. : (Ant,. !. Chan..... N* ...... sewing machine and rpain. per Pot.All K M I'p", a big V
Vareoaase ':10 p. m. Mid-week VIOLA B. few I
aANDOLPH. a Mr*. W... II. Booth Candy and Fox Nrw*
prayer service at 7:10 p. m. Wed. Copialuot.LUCILLS SHAVING COMFORT
va across from F. E. C. station
...da,. HORS!!,a single woman. BT AU, I I UTI'Rn IV, FEllltHKV
Ci.RTIrlCATKa W. II. Wood, UcCrory Arced "Our Daily Bread"with
1 HoinMtead-Th* Rev. Howard NOTICI OF HABTEK'g SALE .
Bckel < pchool at Nutle to hereby vivre that UK ...<.brlltiud <
pastor Syp }ay 1 REAL ESTATE
u Bpi.ll Muster. under and bf
141: a. m.; preaching( at 11 ... m. and virtue o* Uw Final Dn of yorxtonnIwrttofun .0 TOM: KEK NK. KAREN: : "Miiltl.KT

110 p. m.; N. Y. P. S. and Junior entered In that amtm rauimptnillnc I REAL EUTATB-Thoee who want DraniatUallon of liMMlrni lime
In the ClNtilt C.urthe Elo!
meeting at .:.. p. m. Prayer meeting note Judicial Clmilt of Florida. In and to buy or cell Redland District sold niiiilllliin

Wednesday eveningT.IO.: for Dade County In being! Chin 1 1e CREDITORSla ADDED: "Gala ITrniltiv", a Mickey t
writ cut No. 10140, In whlca VIOLA T. TO .
4 P. RANDOLPH h plaintiff, and LUI;ILI.IHUKK. ,, the Cants ...'. Cart In and farD.1. :Mouse Conirxly, .T.... Ulw Ili-n",
Princeton McCan. ,
| --F. pator. ,, ,_.. In Prelims N. TIM
a ilml woman; J. a r .tr. Miry Hymiilxiny In Pl.I,,".
Sunday Khool at ,:(1. Preaching HAHKIKT 0. BTONLK. a wid.....CltA""j Vi K. ESTATE OK LUCY W. .
8TJNEB .. ..,.
7:10 Junior lee .' a>
10 41 m.
at : a. m, and : p. Admlnbrtratrl CHAMHKKHBURCTRUST T. All Crxlltora and All Passes Ravine SUNDAY MOMMY, F1::11: *4."
meeting aY'IIo: p. m Toting peoJlle' > I hN..u Fo-adtnlnbtnituf uf I Claim of Unnanaa Against laM Estates

meeting at ':'0 p. m. Prayer I the MlaM' of Manhall C. .10.... I II. Yon and. ouch at you nr* hereby noil.r I. "Now and Forever"With
drf.ndinu I, ai Special. Mater Inthanorr I < N| and ..-julr. .d ta pmxnt any claim and
meeting! Wednesday at T.IO: p. m. appointed by UM Coon In mid Mnandi whirl >nu. or either of you,
doe_, wider and bf vines of the term I he., anln.t UM aiuta af Lucy W. DyOiMMd. :: OART ('tYPER' TAItOLHLOMBAItO.
>( EPISCOPAL : .ho""" < will offer for sale! and lOll at P"".. bid nf Dade C e HIIIHI.EV TEMPLE
lie outnir h> the' highest" and bat bMdfi Hnn W. r. BI.n...... County Judge nf
St. Jolua'*-'()l ft Krom avenue foe oanh at the South rant door of the f D.d. County at him offlM In County The biggest 11(1 le Rise, ..f the .wirmI
Homestead, minister In I Court HOIM of Dade County In the Cll] .urtnoiM to Dad. County, P .iJa. wllhin stealing hearts tialiifADDEIH '
of Ml'ml Florida, on the 4th day o ..... kit cell all- eight aal.ndnr wrath Irwin the data of
charge, the Rev. C. B Palmer MARCH 1. D. less between the buses of ,o gxAYINO price with tktlaHHtoxenMMofProbtkjiiokx the first aiibHeatloa. ......,. All claim "Tim Niipfnlllbin of flat '.
lilt K. B.! Flnt avenue, Miami; ...... .'...._ A. M. and from .'__ PH. to scow> not prevented within the time. Black. Cat", "H...Wy "......." aIfredlhaer
., the same being a .Weal sales day and and In UM xannpr ._,..... herein ....11
lay reader Joseph Oau .ene, the hour the Want hour of sal. the via* remarkable. saw .5o.blede bo barred la provided by law. ('0",1,, and Dianne

Homntead. Second Sunday each lowing described. property situate In rear ....... Thlak of kl Dared Prtniar lath A. D. 1UI. Quintuplets" also Polite New.
County rinrida, to-wttl t.1 p 1. P DYCHM.. Administrator nf the
month, holy communion I a. m. Lot Flruwi Block One fit, 't Ye gal IS ......1IICIOC\Io.. Notice of Loop W. Dychw .-.....
last Sunday each month service TAMIAMI : niibdl.lalonaa P ,e leg blade eadfors la qualky. Flint pnMknUon na Fob. n, IMa.IFA. TIES. .V WED rF.IIKl',VKT. 1I1
recorded In Book 14 nt U; Mar I, I. II)
Sao sermon, ,:It p. m. All other pan n at the Publla Baaanli a* foil calf )9i. Yea ll wonder. ROBERT ARMKTnoNU In

Sunday, Service 11 a. m. Sunday bada County, rlnrlda. I Nor each fee blades car be NOTIfK OF APPLICATION

school every Sunday at MS: a. ... with The all said the property.>n .nanta na. kandklmanu.,_tntatKtt andappurtenanoM sold for *> Dab ameer.Frabak FOR TAX NEED "Flirting withDanger"

Wednesday before last Sunday of tho...... belonging. or In J...... U she efodnet Notice hi hereby given that Mrs.
any wise apparUdnlna, being set M Mthly > Monte Simpson holder ai nJwdgnae
month corporate communion for said .....*. e( aneajnalled *>ana
'I,Women' Auxiliary: ? I Dated thlt Mt* any of January A. D. mm*** lad matchless akill. Numbered 10111 dated the tat dry

ItW. EDWARD HOLT.spar.1 This bled li aioiticaUy I of Auiufll A. D. It!?, ha filed laid JOHN WAYNE In :
EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN Master in Chaeoe.y.GAUTIER. tempered, peed, bored Me) Certificate In my office and ha
made application for tai: deed to 'The Man fromUtah" .
Be Joha'Redhtnd. Dr. B. L ,tar WORur Plaintiff.Fab. .a BOUVIER.solicitors do -|... aliej yea woadecealifatTiainla Issue thereon In anoordarw with

I 'Wledenmann paitor. Sunday school I ( 2. 9. 11. 32)TUNEP5FUNERAL' N <.aieaTrylProbehceder law. lUlil Certificate embrace the wADDED ,
sad la*for yotareelf.Get I following described property actuated I .

.base eadaf fee. year dealer.mkrfu In Dad County, Florida, to-wlt: !
O It ft. Lot t I. Block I : tanlog
Pys1.h ttt CUUut IB Lawrence Estate, Plat

died Peeked reamPROBAK Book I, Pane II, In the I PHI R-t. A I'R(.. "' :0. I.. M %M I
reality of Dude State of

Florida. : "Trans-Atlantic
The assessment of Mid protirrty
unites the said Certificate Issued wee

In the name of Unknown. l'nleu VIerry-Go -Round"
aid Ortlflcat spilt be Mdeomed ac-

,,i "' lth ;NANCY rtmtcil.
thereort h. IIlh day of March.s I f
.. i I: I, Joyous ..u.kallI'Dl.. with ,tar'*

2U lour Ambulance Service t 11,11..1 thin flh day of February A. greatest lineup' Kin. II

I. U3:;. ADDED: ) "JlwliMitcal Man" a MUk, I
fly None Comely and "The lug r
fln-ult Court
ATTENDANT clerk of
L.IIIY .e.rtaeoufPAT Dade ri.tnly. Florid I Had \\ulf," a Wily Symphony

Phone 564-R Homestead, Fla. By :X C. Htarrnt U f Cartoon. I
tivae a PAns nleaM l'Ir ult Court Seal.
i ..1'-I.. I, U, ::, Mar 1. l| M++s1.1)XCf+dFfM ,

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< THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday February 12! ''*' ,

l lH.t"" Rotes Hear Talk on Constitution from.his father the fight produce between hilarious Rodney effect and !
D. E. Moomaw la the director.
ft1 And So-Called Personal LibertyWhen
: k Th out oonalBt of Min Elba
i bath Caplhtgor, Mir Haael Pennlnr
: taw violation disregard;:;-;of dare w* do law a* we think on our 'ton, Wa Once Fist, TheodoreFruUla. I
t Joe Otuuen CUwn.Froeokor "
tile constitution and MM remediesthcrofor constitution Ayi
am discussed, at.... t|* Chaa. Met? okra. Physical adu- Bobby Cava. John Fred
S raised the cry: "Oo ahead. but do nation director el bay In the Homestead rick*. Ben Pulley and Harry Brown. ,
nothing to restrict our penana 0* acboota Mrvttod Rot. who .L
:, berty." gold George M. Thompson. thought they avoid "Uke It"M two Tax Assessor to Speak
Miami alta.....,. In an ddra to the cut for basketball, .raltoybaU or lighter To R.D.LA. Monday
r Homestead Rotary Club Wed... morale In classes b* U about t*
day on the oonatltytkMi of tIM OMt- ercanla for torn over 10. 3Iomwta BmmptlM and Tejta- -
;, i ad Stated. Rotarian Prank aIM wm appointed top ta the Reilland will b* the n*>
/ "Peraonal llberttea. eo called, and the club'a delegate (. the central lest of a talk which I. Newton Lum-
t eelf-Imposed Inhibition ban been fire oontrol committee which .will nun tax assessor of Dade County
( contending to...,.* with mm Ones ?heel In the clt> hall tonight pro will make at the meeting of the Red. For prize winning Htcniti q **f|%CSnowdriftabZ _
t the beginning," mid Mr. taratory to presenting resolutions kind District Improvement AaaoolaUen -
Thompeon'I' be held Monday night In the
"In alt age man ha. from the various civic orcanliaSont
: enemy la ..ltl8h._. license wirettralat. In the Rwllanil District asking the Lot Tavern on the Main: Highway
i personal Indulgence and Bounty oomml aloiMn to make provisions tao fourth milt mouth of Prlncatoa.
(....cL la this year** budget for rural A musical program will feature ;
fire protecUon.Rotarlaa Ura Oaby at the plans" and the
"Today crime la the problem ofndoloartnt
Frank Bklll Ed Carter Mother linger ot the Redland PartiltTeacher -
youth, and our democracyencourage@ ; 1 Cloth Bag
retards It.mel1ca' and Bill Oeronlm were appointeeS Association Sugar
It rather than ZSc ; .
.\ youth li taught to find 4 committee to consider other needed 5 bs.
I .revWaa that should b* brought
had.I ( .
: a tutor task than Its father .
,' to to the attention of the oommlulaaantefore 7..:i./I ,
let up In the world w. say I :
< the budget I* mad up.
Justified hem: "any,means but get. even there.tawaalon' The same, I: Visiting Rotarians Included Will ....._H_....__ Potatoes : :l4c
John Link .
Harrison Quinn Spencer
south ot II who make the beatloHler :
: I Len Lewis and Doug Fells of MIa.aU.aa4 Milk-FedFryers
i because lit I* a creature
e nht mtrta oa imyala' and without lei Ramsey of BAy City Mich.. tratteoe4 : Wild Rose t
tear. It not given the proper flew a put dlntrlci. governor of Rotary FRESH EGGS Syrup 59 C
lor that Impulse, wakes the real ort- International. The Rev. D. M. Ogll- FEED SACKSMr : Corn & Cane, gaL -
of the
tie pastor PresbyterianChurch .
mini C. W. MrEwcaII .
of Dreiden 0., also
Wag a
"Give our youth an outlet for hit N. U. 14th 81 1A1hIIIY'SMILK
guest."What, ___ ._
itnnuli_. dew your ion a chance H "
with yon. Reeanctlfy your lit. and
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