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:
March 5, 1937
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 )
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I City Prepares to Give FIRST BENEFIT PROGRAM ; ;\

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Nile Valley Land Rents at $125 an Acre, FIDDLECONTCSTFRIDAYDrunken :

THRU AIRPORT Raises Two Crops, Says Egypt's Envoy

TOKROMEVIA Land In the Nile valley-the twit ditches that by means of pumps Driver Bound Tickets to EntertainmentOn

land In Egypt, has a value of I st the canals may be used either: Over to Crimes Court Sale
$1,500 an acre and rents for $129 for drainage or Irrigation told the I by Girls and

t an acre In American money because minister from Egypt that he hil Walter Odjten, Goulds negro, at Drug Stores )
It produce: two crop annually convinced agricultural lands of arrested -
E SECOND AVE. by Deputy Sheriff King l
according to Amine Yous! this district WO be further developed I W. Parks on Road 4-A near REPAIR CREW ItEAnyFORMATERIAI.sSOON
sef Bey, Egyptian minister to the I and be made td" ,rodu'l Modelto) Tuesday afternoon and
United States who was the guest,I In the future with' more certainty I charted with operating a motor ;

of Junes Sottlle Sr.. on a tour of I by adopting Egyptian methods. vehicle while under the Influenceof
6 Follows Street BorderedBy the glade farming lands east of Mr. Youssef and Mr. Sottile I liquor was bound over to the Fast Diamond Ball Series,

Pool and Base Homestead Wednesday.The I lunched at the Green Lantern' Dade County court of crimes undera Dances and Money

ball Park problem of the Egyptian Restaurant In company with t 1200 bond by Justice of the Peace Gifts PlannedThe
r farmers In the Nile basin is entirely group of friends. Sid L. Kendrick in a hearing Tuesday -

one of water regulation, Mr The Egyptian! diplomat .is making night
first of
series of
OVERSEA ROAD WORK Youssef said, Inasmuch as they a transcontinental review of a threeswimming
IS SPUR TO ACTION have no rainfall during their crop United States agriculture He said pool fund benefit will I
given Monday night at OK Neva
season and PRICES GOOD ON
are completely dependent the Homestead area had been King Cooper School auditorium
upon flooding their lands with pointed put to him la Washington I
I Rerouting Decided Long la Homestead when Redland District
water from the river.
at territory unique Mr future
TOMATOES AND pupils of Mlej Katharine Flah-
Ago Because of Dan- Mr. Sottlle, who as president of possibilities. Mr. Youssef attended I
will the
er repent program
South Dade Farms, Inc., has Inaugurated -
the Dade Tropical
Corner County
gerous of sketches and rp id
an elaborate system of with' POTATOES BOTH
Fair last week in company
i they gave at the Redlnnd school
I l I
John L Morris, secretary of the
L With the to last night,
Highway .
Muted Miami Chamber 6l--Oommerrev' j
II Key West for com'ple- Widows"1\'ith'Not. -1 An old-time fMdtors' contest at f.
1 tion within the net year or two. Over Five Children, From data gathered on a tour Spud Harvest TwoThirdsDone the Homestead school auditorium

\ Homestead should prepare to turn Here's Your Chance Of Florida agricultural areas, M. : Tomatoes Still Friday night of next week will be 1
over to the state all of East Second Youssef will prepare brief to beforw.rded 10 Days From Peak I the second pool fund benefit. The
avenue from the airport to Krome to Egyptian agricultural third to be given Friday, March I
avenue, which has been surveyed Panama City 1-S-I7. officials.. --; I 19, will be a program by Homestead '
as the new route of State Road 4-A Editor LeaderEnterpriserI With potatoes bringing 11.65 to High School pupils, ho to
through this city. Julian H. Web- have finished ay visit la 111.75: a bushel I* New York, and I II be staged at the Homestead school.
year section sat aaa for a while OVER-NIGHT AIR {I tomatoes bringing from $1.SO to
ster, right-of-way procurer for
la North FlorMa. II field .Among the number to be presented
VUUng amongchildren $2.00 a crate at the packing
Dad County suggested to the I Monday night are: a sketch, i
makes taj heart yearn house South Dade started on the,
Homestead council
city fee them I.. a 1-,....-,.... home stretch in the harvesting of "Five American Beauties girls
Monday night Yankee widower. Very lonesome tubers and climbed a little nearer who find themselves enamored of
Steps should be taken also Mr. and even miserable this HOMESTEADLetters the expected March 19-AprU I one and the same man, "Sum of

Webster said, to obtain right-of- single bliss. Can you feel for I peak in tomato shipping this week. the Cleft Heart" a fantasy:

way through private property In mef I want a wife, one Intellectual Most of the potato packinghouses "Sparking Peggy Jane," a dancing -
the surveyed route at either end of and somewhat refined. are two-thirds to three- number; and "A Pleasant Half-

this streetThe I. Most be It U 55 years of an and Leaving Here at fourths through County Agricultural Hour on the Beach," a monolog.

present 4-A route through haft ant ever I children preferably 6 p. m. Arrive in N. Y. Agent C H. Steffanl said The full program and east appeared

Homestesd Is along Flagler avenueto I young ones. andf'r" I Area at 5:20 a. m. last night that the absence of In the Leader-Enterprl lost
Krome,thence south to the keys years. She must be clean la I 'mountain peaks and valleys in the week.
by way of Krome avenue The I II Booked to depart Saturday for :
mouth and M bad habits t offer !price level this season Is due In
-toutlll. was considered necessary I all that 1 ask and more. I Air mall dropped in the Homestead -(large part to common seam used Waynesburg, Pa. where the U director -
by state engineers becauseof post office mail slot by 5:45 of the department of expression -
Very truly years by potato shippers In storing a
the bad corner created by the A. De Llnd.Gen. p: m. will arrive at the Newark,( portion of their crop Instead of at Wajmeaburg College,
diagonal intersection of Krome N. 7, airport at 530 the Alls\ SchacfJsr had bar reservations
Del De Fnnlak Sprints. Fla. the ;
dumping everything on market
avenue by Flagter avenue. The I morning, Postmaster S. E. next I as fast as it came In. changed to Tuesday In order
new route will leave Flagler avenue ton announced this week. that the entertainment miiiht bo.
A of the
at a point several hundredyards AVOCADO LIMEGROWERS I mail, picked up by the Key West houses survey the Radiant principal District packing I stated for the pool fund.
north of I mail truck on Its return trip at 6 pm in sale staff
: Eighth,or Campbell I the information Ticket are on by .1
ysstetday brought
( cut the western edge seven days a week, will leave Homestead school
street across I organized at the
I that the quality of tomatoes has
'.. of the airport to curve gradually I'Miami at 8:15.Homestead: I i inwroved this week due yesterday by Mrs E. J D>'al, chair
into East Second avenue which his three Incoming. coM weather Potatoes arm':1: !i man of the pool fund way and

t lies ]just east of the. municipal I mails every day except Sunday I well also, although scab la means committee They will also
swimming pool ,when there Is only one. First down the be available at both of Homestead'sdrug
+ yield in many c
There la about 200 teeter private class mall only is brought downin I Approximate number cutllll'j stores.Miss !

property between the western Or,2'al1fraUCommittee i I the morning parcels post and shipped' thus far this season Schaeffer, who hat beenon
terminus of East Second avenue first class mall on the train In the houses follow a short vacation of several
Work principal potato
and Krome avenue. From one of To; Report at I afternoon and first class mail on South Florida Potato Growers weeks In the Redland District has

S these Iota St Pours Episcopal Redland SchoolThe i I the mail truck to Key West at approximately Association, 115: A. W Hutchln- been on both the lyceum and the

church building was moved a few I 8 JO at night son's Packing House. 100: Bee Dee theatre stage. On her return
:, yean ago in anticipation of the new report of a committee appointed Regular mail leaves Homesteadat Supply C*. 120; W. C. Peters Inc. north she win teach stage makeupat
gradual curve in that vicinity the two weeks ago to I 8.45 and must be In the post 250; Goulds Growers 275; Cspalkt Kings Collets a school of dramatic '
highway will connect with Jeromal formulate organization plans for ,office by 6.15: p. in.I Packing Co, 171. art in Pittsburgh in connee- <
I r. at about: s. Third streetEast a strong manning. association. |I Hardee'i Packing House packing tion w."U... th a t._..1k ge's:"littlo then-
Second avenue will be I will be heard by avocado TIM WEATHER tomatoes from Its own fields tre"
.' curbed and guttered as well as and lime growers at a mass O taM MChOT KHMIt X tae SuMfWlnlftale exclusively hal shipped US ears Resumption of the drive for
paved by the state when convertedinto : meeting in Redland School audi- &*...+- a1ssM. -, since it began operations the mid- funds for repairing the municipal

part of the highway Mr. Web torium tonight at I o'clock. ntaslMin! BarJ Ei> dle of January, J. T. Harris, manager swimming pool was announced
ster said. Colonel Alva Lee of Redland Feb. 11 ---1| 78 I 160 130.121 I said. He expects to continue Wednesday night at the meetingof
An ordinance regulating trailer I heads the committee. Other mem- Feb. tO __| 78 | 81 110.071 shipping through Februlrr.'I the Lions and Rotarians by i J
a and tourist Camps arms adopted bers are Howard Z. Schaft of rob' 21 -J 1 84 J 13 t I -- Ben Archer, president of the Red- !
after its second'and third read- Homestead W H. Watt. Judge Feb. :2J ..:..-1|112'F6I 1 110.091| .09 i ro COURT I land District Chamber of Commerce
togs. Sanitary requirements I Mitchell D. Price and J. S. Eatonof I Feb. 23 -1| 7S | 51 ;ISO HI| Three white men charged with and general chairman of

which It sets forth are expected Miami, and J. B Broeker of I Feb. 24 .I I 79 I S3 |IS0.021| I'I being drunk forfeited bonds In the swimming pool committee He
to move some of the trailer Doused Redland. 'Feb. U -I t 82 | 81 ;|29.931| .78 municipal court Monday nights i said that tie county had Just about
BOW parked In the city to the municipal -I The prime concern of the committee I II Feb. 28 =:i, 80 |: 9S :,,3004: | I I They were! Geo. Storal, Paul Far completed excavating to bed rock

trailer camp In the recreation has been to plan by-laws 1! Feb. 27 .. 78 BO {130.111 mer. and Geo, Black. the portion of tile pool to be replaced ..
I a I
park. and a marketing agreement strong Feb. 28 81 81' I I Paul Gadsen, negro, charged ,I \ and would < t After a report that only about enough lo bold the member* who''March I 70 II 40 I with being drunk and disorderly materials Hi irnounced the t
1 i.I
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M per cent of the bu-:neo u- 'rein, Hopes arc held that 75 perCent March 2 68 47 30.28! was sentenced bv Mavor Tum. H:.r- entertainment ,rh"il"i! for Won.
t pattona licenses, due FV-jruirN I. ni he 'i-ne. arid avocado pro- March 1 75 46 2030 ns to pay five dollar or serve six I la) RIll Jid i. .fd jn n.n J i
I (Cofrtimvd tn P!ge Ten) ,du, I: ;'"n f,i1! ijm up for the co-op Mirth 1 78 112 '30.281 t day In jail (Continued en) Pout Tw"Tvf jv \

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Pave,, Two THE ENTERPRISE Fruity. March 5.1937

Divinity candy Mn. X. A. Fros. I r Article made from looper clips', lffIIlfIMIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIPRllllllmDJ( : Miii ary Evangelist ,
PRIZE AWARDS char tat, .71. i i i Mn. George W. Tomer, Jr.. 1st To Speak Here Sunday n
I Fudge candy, MM E. A. 1'1'01-1 1.00; Mn. M. L. Walker 2nd. .50; !

OFDADECOUNTY cher, 1st .75; Mrs A. W. January Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe 3rd, ribbon.M/ 20 Years AgoIIIIIIIiIIIIII111111111111IIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIII i Yh Rev. Chas. i.. Water of Pas'.
painted article Mn. C.
tad ..10.Coeoaut. Cork ,
1 a 4" who has! )tart completed a
TROPICAL FAIR candy Mra. S. A. *...*..1 I Caat! e t,1.1,1.00. I II miaalesjary evangelistic tour of the
eber, lst,,76.PnaertMi I(I Antique j !!! : world Will speak on the mission

+ Mr*. Fred Hausman, I Collection df anticjuea. tat Mn.Thte. TIM '......1.. era taus ,arMttn ', fields of China Japan and Korea
lit, MX Mary Uman Fester, 2nd, I 6. Baldenperger let, l.OOi ,... hiss ., Ma H.Ia. at the Homestead Church of the
(Continued from Last Week) ; ......... ,sub't.Y.e .... U. I'll
.75. I Mill Josephine Pratt 2nd, .50; .. tM tIori4. ...- ... Nazarene Sunday evening, announces -
Flower Department Mrs Grant Mahan, Ird ribbon. ..rase o.t M. lost et1Y 1M lase, the Rev. W. J. Parker '
Prteeflfet citrus), Mn. Harry I
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Award in the flower exhibit D. WAf. lit, 100. Individual antique Mn. J. O.I pastor of the church. Mr. Slater
presided over by Mr*. Alice Sim Jurray, lit 1.00; Mrs. T W. Whiting j who,Is affiliated with the Oriental
superintendent, and William Canned tomatoes Mn. Harrya 1 1Hallll1lan. I 2nd. .50; Mrs. J. Lowe 3rd,1 March e, 117. Missionary Society. WM the missionary -
Wolfe, lat 1.00 Mrs Frank
; and Mn. C. M. Robinson!
Dunlop were u follows ribbon. I "Mr. speaker at the Nazarene
Individual group exhibit, Mr*. 2nd, 1.00. I Commercial Booth i' announce the engagement of their f Camp meeting In Lakeland this
Pickles, Mn. Frank Hsusman, daughter Nellie to Dav
J 0 Murray. Ut, $1.00; MM. Fred Znd /Maty L ten Fetes. Part Wined 1 year.
1st, 1.00; Mn. Harry D. Wolfe, Itopt.I Nathaniel Crapo music Is planned for the
IId Special
2.50, Mia ,
H Redd, 2nd. Josephine .BO Mrs. Frank Hauaman 3rd cal jellies and marmalades,
1',,"It. 3rd 129.Vinnla ribbon.; ,: en' Curb Market, Miami, 1st, -"A. H. Waldin will leave for Key' service and everyone U invited
West Sunday when he will nmain : to attend.
( *. Mr*. Faker. lat.Grant 100. Quilts, 71 year: old or older,, $10.00.Shelley'i Radio Store. Norm and! for a few days on business." 1 18om 'I Mr. Slater will speak: at the Sil-.
M hair real Mn.
mien Mrs M. A. Owens, St. 1.00; Mr*. ,Phllco Radius Coconut Gt -' to Mr. nd.Mrtv Frar"'t wr Sal* Methodist Church at I IIi
w. ,
M.n! l 1st t, 1.00
Gen Turner, Jr 2nd: .50; Mn.Chan. 2nd, 8.00. Green of Silver Palm, 'l"iealMy'I'venlni. \ 'i c' belt Sunday.
MM' M .llm.. Mr Oeo W Turner. Ooley, !rd. ribbon I i t La Norm Perfume, Miami Fla., 'I a baby boy." I
I I 1 100 e Quills, 33 year to 78/ years old I and Bttty Wales Fruit CoametlcsJ: -"Mr. and Mrs. Albert Caves are 1
,,1 nil iUCCiil'Tits' !Mn Alicen Mrs. Grant Mshan, lot, 1.00: Mrs. DR. DL BERGER
i A.
I Coral Sables In charge of Marion the proud parents at a baby girlburn I
Kt. 100. Grant MakMti Md, .60; Mn. F. W.Whining Baker R.:"N. and Miriam Trace Monday morning." i .
'.I! .1 rI flowers In'o Mn. 3rd: ribbon :I
1 > .,'IK ll-iu.miui, 1st. 100; Mn.i Quilts, modern Mrs. Afro Von i cosmetics made from Florida -"William H. Krome, seventv- Dentist
fruit I .
3rd 2.50.Manual four of of Edward"\ idle. ,
i Ht-hre-ii. *nrt. !JO: Mn. A.'mi Outran Ut. 1.00: Mn. Mildred years _
I I Training | lit., died at the home of his son
liter, 3rd, ribbon.,
Thompson, 2nd .10; Mrs. Klnsey : "
\11\I i II flowers ,in basket Edison 3rd. ribbon. i i I C. Haggler Rice was superintendent : Wm. J. Krome, at Homestead earlyWednesday !I 36 N..Krome'enue
HU'li Nhool, lit 1.00. Bedspreads, Mn. Grant Mahan : of the manual training de I morning. The deceased :
I, Upstairs
Roin vase Edison High partment. There WM no competition aa was his custom for about I
1.00; Mn. Joe E. Davis 2nd I
School lot, t.OO; calendulas vase,II.t; Mn. D. M. Groover 3rd rib I! between the schools of 15 yean was spending ttte winterin Office Hours 8:30-4:30
Edison High School. 2nd. .90; roses Hcme stead, Redland and Miami Homestead. The body was I
School Sri bon.Rugs I I and the competition wan purely tent to Edwardsvllle for Intt'rmentl OPEN EVENINGS
In \.IM. Edison Hlh ), Mn. J. E. Cooper lat 1.00;
i'i bin Mrs. H. J. Brockett, 2nd .50; Mn. Individual between boys. The In charge of Mr. Krome who will I Bl AITOlXrilKNTGOOD
Radiance roses In basket, Edl- F. W. Whiting, 3rd ribbon. Miami manual training booth WM be gone several weeks. The deceased i
<. n High School, lit, 1.00; gladi1. Crocheted dress. Mr*. r. W. I I purely lot exhibition and did not was a prominent banker of
J 1. in basket 2nd, .&0: amarylian Whiting, 1st 1.00; Mrs. P. ;compete tot prizes. Edwardsville.." I
oasket, Mrs. Fred Redd 3rd Reams 2nd, .50; Mn. The prize list reads: : "Mayor Edward Sluing gave a II
1.I1.m i Thompson 3rd, ribbon. D'I Buddy Fltxpatrick, dining room splendid address to the Lone I GLASSES,
t'Unt in pot-pepperonto, Mn.x Crochet bedspread, Mn. M. set tat, 5.00. I Scouts at their clubhouse on Last
< Simons, lat 1.00; pedalanth- Walker tat 1.00: Mn. Marie D. H. DeUlnger drawer, 2nd, Tuesday evening, on the subjectof I PROPERLY FITTEDwill
..i, v Mr- Geo. W. Kiwi, ST. 2nd. I feldt. 2nd .50; Mn. Clara Vlhfcm, '3.00.Ed I Patriotism'. (Florida City)
3rd. ribbon. I Kirby, order cheat 3rd 1.00. ;-.Id.... Charles Mauser and son, I
t ninmi'irlal and proTn-sional I Display of crocheted articles, The Redland awards were: j Roy Mauser returned Sunday t
i <(;.,<.!'*' Krwl 1 M, 1000; Mn. F. W. Whiting, 1st. 1.00; Mn. Charles Burr, cheat of drawers, evening from Miami where they
', ",'.,"I..y Malthrwx 2nd. !5.00. 'L. G. Adams, 2nd. .50; Mrs. J. 1st. !9.00. |' have been spending a few days 8---y.\. I .loII ""t -i.
KII'"> met umuiial plants Mrs. Lowe, 3rd, ribbon. Ed Hickxon round table, 2nd. with their folks at that place."
< i \o'III'lY lat. 500 Knitted dress Miriam Tannen- 3.00.Clyde I' (Florida City).
1 hd 10lllli group gladioli, Walt baum let, 1.00; Mn U O. Adams, I Henderson, end table 3rd, -"Mr. Downer wife and daughter FROM STRAINAND
i i > Talbot. Mt blue ribbon. 2nd .90; Mn. Frank Hauaman I I3rd 1.00. of Lynhunt: N. J., were pleasant -
Woman's DepartmentIn ribbon. I S. W. Hiatt of Jacksonville, fruit! visitors in Redland recently DISCOMFORT
Knitted _ter, Miriam Tan-and marketing specialist of the I and are very much Interested in
the women's
over by Mrs.department Melon WhitingFerreyrs. presided nenbaum,.1st. 1.00; 2nd, .50; 3rd, 'state marketing bureau, judged'' this part of South Dade County;"i For Perfect Vision
ribbon. the vegetable and fruit exhibits. i) ConsultDr.
superintendent Minor Knitted bedspread, Mrs C. T.1 I Mrs. John L. economist Back Again
"ora I I
Ruth tmk. Mn. Cooper Hayes,
Mm A. C. Easton, Mrs. Harry D. Zimmay, 1st, 1.00; Mn. J. Lowe, and director I The train was just pulling out Neuenschwander
2nd. .50. education In Miami Edison High !when' the breathless lad dashed to
Wolfe. Mrs. J. f. Hammett and School M.... Lila Drew window. hegasped. I Dr. B. GonzalezOPTOMETRISTS
I Embroidery, Mrs. F. W. Whiting,{I with the ticket "Hurry up,
Mn. Walter Thompson, the following I
wards made ; 1st. 1.00; Mn. Grant Mahan, 2nd, i teacher of borne economic in Mi-I "Gimme a round-trip i
Graham bread were Loubelle: On- .50; Mrs. J. Low 3rd, ribbon. | ami Edison High School, and Mn. ticket" I
"Where ?"
Clara Brooks, cafeteria manager to
Handicraft | I 115 Venetian Arcade Miami
MIl TS. I were the judges In the women'sdepartment The boy looked at the ticket man
t'ftlnl rolls, Lou Belle Cre. Best crayonex article Mrs. S.I' and Chas Roman andO In disgust. "Back here," he panted.' After May lit, Halcyon Areadc-1
.75. J. Davis, lit 1.00. I A. Price of Miami judged the I "Where didja think?" -AnnapolisLog. Phone 2-82(7
Orange cake Mn. J. C. Evans, I Crayonex article, Mrs Harry D. manual training exhibit -
lit 1.00. Wolfe, lit 1.00; Mrs. Josephine !

TS:Apple pie Mrs. Fred Link 1st, I I Pratt, 2nd .50; Mn. Gran) Mahan '! JIIIIIIIIII11111111111111illlllllllllllllllllllllillllllll illllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllilllilll( !!!!!! lililllllllillllllllii's
Ird, ribbon. i
Lime pie. Mn. V. M. Grenpell.Ut !I Article from palmetto Mrs

1.00. :I Josephine Pratt, lit, 1.00.HOMESTEAD .

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Friday, March 5,1937 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Three 9

ROTES AND) Fifth and Sixth Grades to Present I Addrw With, Urn Youth"* Has.Lloyd.slbilltiea Field

II 'I Hymn "I Am Determined
HEAR Patriotic Musical Play Tonight ._..?._ Congregation
Address, "Our Opportunity and

A musical play. "When Betsy Hubert Smith, William Duncan Our Obligation Miss RuUi

TALK 'I ROM Made Old Glory," will be presented -I Johnnie .Little and FrederickChambers. Address Tower" "Be Ye Doers-Not Hearers -
I In the Nova King Cooper Only' .
School auditorium at I o'clock tonight I LttUt girls: Ruth Rutland. Arias Miss Antoinette Moye
Depends on by the fifth and sixth grades i KoestllM. Winifred Danny. Jotyne Hymn,"Softly and Tenderly
Get Aong under the direction of Mrs. Margaret I''Meet Barbara Jean. Spith, and Consecration service
MilU, music teacher of the D11aAer. WtIIt&IcL, Benediction
ers, Says Homestead school, and Mrs. C; Indlanet James Btpua Harvey :
A special invitation is extendedto
Hagler Rice former teacher of expression Dodaon, rto w d Haft Joe Nee-
ill people of the mmunitjr -
The secret of The play is given to bit, Dale pause Donald Neeley .young
WM revealed to the raise money for library books for Virgo Radioed, and Gene Rey-
trict Lions and I I the two grades. noMs.Patriots. i iI
tarlann by Run I The stoty laid Mrs Mills, takes : Harry Simpson. Joe I For results use Leader-
Rotarian, at a joint one back to 1TW when the sql- Itistretta, Arthur HaO Felix Bul- I Enterprise Classified Ads
two clubs !I dieM of the continental army (feel lard Jack Barnes Arnold Mcll-
American Legion that they should have one flag to' waln, Frank Haglac Wci>. David I -
"When misfortune I' ;fellow instead of thirteen Hags.I i' Barnes Jack Webb, J T Pritch-I
look for the cause," i I Captain Anderson appends to General ett and Billy Gray
you will find that Washington who agrees to
be with you. Be f help them out Robert Morris offers -I II
listen to both sides I his wealth to congress to car- I Young; People to Present
gument; have an 'i ry on tIe struggle for freedom Program at M. E. ChurchThe 4!>
anything but I Colonel Roes suggests that his
"Find happiness niece, Betsy, can make the flag II young people of the Homestead -
rather than spend She gets the commission and later Methodist Church will present -
looking forward to plans a colonial ball to celebrateits
work Is no longer completion.In I a program at the eveningchurch
service Sunday night in
piness depends on the cast are: General Washington observance of Young People's Day
to get along with Robert Aspley; Colonel young people of the district Ire .
friends from every Roes, Tommy Harris; Robert Morris -tAli ,
',\ clet). Literature Richard Blggers; Captain Anderson program will be as follows: General
carefully chosen at I Robert Taylor; Betsy Roes, Hymn, "Jesus Calls U." ..
only the works Barbara Biggers; Patience, Athley ._...._..._ ... ...Congregation
enrich your I Kemp; Rebecca, Mary Frances Hymn "True Hearted, Whole Public UtilitiesHOJaHtea.
"Happiness Is c"-. Rutland; Jane, Hilda Dodson; Hearted" .. Congregation
four main things: an : Penelope, Vera Rheney, Martha "The Purpose of Young People's l'IIona 1111'1Turner'
swerving faith In Washington Florelle.. Moomaw. Day" Miss Helen Field
and mental health Thirteen colonies: June Cheshire Hymn "Yield Not to Temptation"
wealth-and wealth Clarice Dodson, Virginia _. .. ._ Congregation
to live within one's Hobson, Dorothy Sullivan, Cath- Prayer. -.. Bill Nolan Funeral Home
Marcus Fagg, erine Graves, Charlotte Geronlmo, Hymn, "Are Ye Able" ,
dent of the Mavis Watts, Sue Moye Ruth I .._. Young People's Choir 14 h9 AMRCLANCK SERVICE
ciety of Florida Peterson, Louise Dearlng, Lola Scripture reading. Miss Nella Souls Lady AttendantPhone
organization of the Pierce and Either Knight I Hymn. "Give of Your Best to the
a non-sectarian I Soldiers Robert Kuhn. Francis| Master Congregation III R Homestead F:*.
placing ..- Scherr. Jack Rucker Don Done | Announcement offering
less homes, he 1-------- -- --
more became than. 36,000

been placed. The I I
branch of the
cares for children
Broward and ) I
I a t t t.rte. .
places about SOO ; 4 t a

the year Lions he reported.for their I i I r i iI II

butions of fruits and 1'I I } I II II
the Miami home. \

Miami He presented attorney I

a campaign to raise
southeastern :
man aid that he I
figure of $500 to be
Redland DIstrict."I I
feel sure that ) I
people from Gould
be glad to donate I
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Published Friday at Mmaiea 1-1 Little:
.. FIs.. fey the Math Bade VWX I

Publishing C..

DEN ARCHER .._.... Editor I

Associate Editor Jr
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Entered a* aeeea* clue. mill

Miter March .. lilt. at UM pest I -- there was some more "1e'- '.-

office it Hemeatead.Florida under i low do," barking this' week, but

Ike act el Mirth I. 1ITI. since the throw-away policy has '.

77.Its' been discontinued temporarily, .
-SIII. PalC!:. ILM A YEAR i p anyhow-few person can be found
who heard the yelping. "
.... '

Fingerprinting an Aid to I -that a drug tore cowboy who -J-,

Liquor Clean-up = I bought what he called a "ranch 's

,on King Highway was taken la A'
Compulsory finger-printing of I 'earnest by friends who gave him '*;:

ill persons engaged In the tile of rwtCA i I' a living-room shower that Included j

alcoholic beverage ".* a m"NI I among other diversified livestocka 'r

of the liquor trade:'| I rllOH calf: that wears pants.
up l _________
U >urged by Miss Ethel Hubler of'j 4fRlCk' t.
Two Carloads Sesbania :
Lot Angeles member of the Nation ,
; Ha Arrived in District
,11 I Temperance Council In a i 1
communication which U i
now on
\ j| Two carloads, eighty thousand
the dusk of every state liquor control | pounds of ebanla cover crop

hoard In the United State for I seed has been received at two

consideration. I .x.yi I r [I points In the district, and while a

Mure than 1200 men and women good part of the shipment has already

I been booked, a portion ot .
criminal record have
'i [ I* still obtainable. according to
recently sought liquor liceniei in' !I I" received by the county agent,

Southern California.* declared I ': r1 C. H. Steffanl.

Miss Hubler In her letter to liquor' Location of the aesbanla shipments -

control bodies "These startling will be given freely to anyone -
calling the county agent' of- '
figure have Juit come to light, flee,
following the enforcement of corn ; ON& 01'11-1 I1ICJ1S7' All farmer who come under the

pulaorr finger-printing of an liquor lAM-THE liAR 41 SMNISII- federal toll conservation program "'j

license applicanta In the x7Jifo e 71ITi-GP will be able to collect $2 for every .
acre of seibanla planted and turn. '
Southern California area. Included f1i 1! e ed under Mr Stetfanl said "

on the Hit were the following hI VfJV'rr The-first soil conservation: meeting
# & 1JIIjii
: murder, 11: burglary, 47; rDJJ. .. for 19)7 will not be held until ,
counterfeiting 9; anon 12; drunken : after April 1. .
driving 69: and many other : beverage and is also regarded a* a pleasant
ftO21f I 4
criminal offender.
.. Coast. a strip of coast land on the
A number of wanted criminal' AT the head of one of the most majnAI- I Pacific In the republic: of Salvador.It .

were apprehended and many persons cent expeditions ever fitted out in Spain It was originally shipped to Europevia
with long police record, including Peru and for that
for the extension of power in the New r reason was
several murderer, were I called the balsam of Peru.
prevented from selling liquor a* >, About 130,000 pound of this ,;
a direct result of the fingerprintIng THE exotic TAMARIND now cultivated' supposedly on the shore of Tampa Bay in I balsam are annually produced so

xperlment Mia Hubler declared in Florida, U the fruit of a magnificent 1539 for the primary purpose of conquest {I I that It 1 It no Insignificant Industry

East African tree that reaches a height and obtaining treasure. With about 600 to the thickly populated country of

!U 1 u> urged that similar regulation of 80 feet It consist of thin brown shell well trained men, over two hundred horses j I I Sao Salvador. Like with hundred

be put Ito effect Immediately pod filled with an acid-gweet pulp containing and a drove of swine, he then began one i of other things the uae of this bal-

In \ cry state where alcoholic acetic, tartaric and citric acid of the most remarkable marches in military I sum was learned from the IndiansI

betitages are sold "at a meant of and potassium gait*. In some countriesthe annals traversing: what is now I who used it in the treatment of

eliin,nating a large part of the Tamarind pulp and seed are thrown 0 southern and western United States in wound and skin disease It now

criminal! element now In the rank into kegs, filled with bolUnrl1J'Up and his vain search, constantly fighting with I enters into ointments perfumesand
of Hi liquor trade"suih hostile Indiana. Death ended De Solo's various patent medicine It
shipped ta foreign markets. The
syrup is the concommitant of myrrh and
a regulation would to adventurous career on the western bank
highly diluted makes
a cooling summer
In the
camphor common plaster
sum' extent, assure the drinker of the MississiDDi 1542. .Aft" ..._ _I..... ___01__ _.__ ..1I
who is prone to get "chummy with "" '''
of these fragrant balsam 1
the man across the bar that he la I yieldedby
not fraternizing with an ex-bank Gumbo Limbo Said One of Florida's ( the only answer and the gumbo I tree of the Caribbean tropic,
limbo 1* one of the tree which can many of which have never been
bandit. Min a counterfeiter Hubler said, or"It a wouldarem burglar -I Most Striking Trees in Visitors' Eyes be used to good advantage In South studied or as yet even named. Most ;)

I Florida and out of its wood we of our knowledge in this lint vie '
to me that retailer and
took from the Indian and the Indian -
may get good pulp or crate material
wholesaler of beer, wine, and U. (Continued from last week) .
war when we rolled old new* and out of its gum substance many practical bit
quo who wtob to put their business It U also employed for dysentery, paper for fuel What we should' ot use la medicine and the arts, Of information which should fce secured .
on a more respectable bail
dropsy venereal diseases yellow and all the while it add a distinctive and recorded before they
would themtelve Initiate a cam fever and many other afflictions always do however regardless Of beauty to the landscape, form are f rotten and lost These ire

paign for compulsory finger-print. We may some day cultivate It tor the times, is to never use an article 1 a protective blanket over the face all little Industries, but they an
Ing in order to fid the trade ofundeirablea. which I II too good for the pur- basic
Its many products. We under of the earth. constructive and useful, and
." rate this tree but In case of extinction pose Intended. It I* a crime to, Let In In the aggregate mean much to
me say conclusion: that the,
use mahogany or any other fine
it would be missed the natives of land
a* a dependingupon
grained wood for fuel and pig pens.when use of such drug as myrrh and as-
much hammock tree We forestry and
any the wood full of stick afoetlda Is by no means obsolete. agriculture.
The Lord' are
Acre Move
should use it more In landscape: South Florida would be in better
I One of the best .
which with the of surgeons In one
: a simplemachine
mentA planting and for quick results In of our largest hospital told shape if it had several well conducted
be bound me
od-sid plantings. It would be may quickly that he forest Industrie We forget -
always kept
Into a of
movement rapidly spreading better than many of the kinds now. fagot a* In Europe. myrrh on hand and It that the Indian never dominated
UK frequently
among rural churches I* that of in fashion. At any rate it Is There can be no thrift in America I in him work. It I* one of ; that he was truly part and par-

having member act aside some different Even the most casual until things are assigned to those time honored remedies cel of his environment, that the t
special plot of ground or give a I observer is always Impressed b1'I their moat useful purpose and spongy gum and sore throat It I II I bee, the rock, the streams were
definite part of the proceed front this hammock tree It well kept until the land assorted also used for other Imbued with a spiritual essence ,
many trouble
some special project to the church. I it I* excellent hade tree Quick ed and finally put to the and Is a common constituent !that the white roan never did and f

A comment by Dr. John W Holland result may be easily obtained by!which it Is most tit We .mllOn-1: many patent medicine The use of never could understand.

In the Progressive Farmer laa ticking a pole of almost any tin. lop not only a soil co. of such medicines: ever such a long .!

followsThla : into the. ground. At any rate. we but.a !land_conscience.. period of time Is usually. based on I .
Lord's Acre Can adopt to advantage the West win DV wnat we w iiiwiy can conservation I
movement em. I some peculiar virtue. Maybe; lathe
phasues I the farmers partnershipwith Indian custom of having living of natural resource gum of the gumbolimbo or DR. R. S. A.KERS

God. It plan something i fence posts There are certain People attend to their yard and some of the closely related treesof

definite for each one to do It thing which fit normally Into the streets, but the great out-of-door this family In tropical Americawe DENTISTOffice
U neglected. What ia
works In the open where the results South Florida landscape The everybody' may find something quite a*
1 may IMI seen and measured It gumbo limbo la one of them. business I II nobody' business good or better than the old time Hours: I a. ... U I .. a*.

will take some of the indefiniteness Although It Is easy to cut it Is Forestry has to do with the care myrrh. ,aadsy* I t. II
a poor firewood. It is so full of of this great out-of-doors We can
ut what
out we call 'Christian
The balsam .f Peru la another Closed Satardaya
gum and sap that It refuses to burn divide this great out-of-door Into'
stewardship. Thousands of peopft drug of another
family. but of the)
i while greats This, no doubt, protects hammock Nit marsh and fresh
will rind their life Free
spiritual quickened tame sort--a stimulant to the cir Parking Space
it from forest fires
I sprouts monh The difference |p type
Into newness: by the sight of I culation a sedative to the
quickly from the stump when It due to mototure When moisture nerve 17M N. W. S TH ST. MUM! i
things growing solely for Ood"''Ir... th'l and a tonic in general It i* used
I II .
cut. Natives in \ condition are right and there lainf I
Thousand of boys and girls will In.... ,..11 Ir"..... ._._ ,____. _.......... ...... luv. ail, uuiu.. vcwinv in luiiv_ In many ways and I* still a valued ,I 1 PHONE J-Z1J1
develop Characters which will always machete.- drug It cornea from the Balsam
Hammock which it the climax forest -
feel the Influence of
If an easy method rs found of All land in Florida would
working for and with God. One : seasoning the wood quickly, It >e> hammock except for retarding Western T-BOM Steak Dinner Sae Chicken Dinner lie
may not have *a much as an acre could be used for crate of various i influent Our work i* EegaUr Dinner toe Vegetable Date Ilk I

to pure, but la that case a mutter kinds and ptl'baPiIPOlila and to check, and U possible atop these An Kinds of a_-..... Sandwiches
plot or some other activity will\ : er article which will be used Oth.1 i retarding influence Our great

pro ids something for Ood ,,ork. once and then discarded Sane I work I II the Improvement of this Green: : Lantern: Restaurant: I

The woman who lives all Sundm w* thai make shibboleth great out-of-door It to Amer-
eggs to Il'e church I b an eamr': thrift jour{ as we did during ofl ica's create problem. Forestry M, ADJOINING HOTEL KCDLAVD

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Friday March 5, 1007 THE LBADBR.ENTERPRISE Page Five

keep !her contras, and want her one Into the 'house with stories of "Gone With the Wind,' Mutiny
I grandfather's MOM. She remembered the iwptacr. When... ruattvGndjr tithe Bound" "The Berrbet
I The Redland Rattler her friend Honor (Ethel ( Comm) I'I8b"l aatoe and The Fighting Eo'C II.." I
Rabettl lit tptondielly east I is IW tMnllke. t* haMa Ml If
By SHIRLEY HAKKNISS Wk.., sick mouser and aha of
part), a**> a you plenty ceanedy plus With spring In the nr wr pant
,. .. fe o vet the MM e< aaadtac them toed singing Rod dancii. tkia wilt Htla purse ditty composed b.MO

HOllO't ROLL Eighth grade hlg b. Mary Engel In her place peeve t.. k* jtMt tk* Ha 1 ..t eaitortaiBnwnt of our juniors:
Thrf tNde high Olive Knuas, LIIIJundrewto Belly Dixon The fun and troubles begin when for you The moan was low. the motor
Melwyvn Davis Ray Knew, Marie Harold Qetamy George KU- Home and her mother, Madam ,
KufeUt..Barbara Jean Graft, Edmund feldt. Louis Vrana; tow, Dorothy Chem whom sits introduot a* ha The basketball tournament I 1 thought perhaps he did ItII :
Wright' Marilou Harris, Julia AHdredge. Wanda Sickle Bobble foster mother arrive at the *AMtarhim be played Friday March V at the felt he liked me pretty well. ;

Am Lee, Billy Scott, Dorm Fisher, John Brown. Graham Mc- Miami Beach gymnasium. Miami |I But bashfully had hid .t. y
Far McCoUough Vera Mae Anderson Elroy, Rollin W.son. Glory learns that her fiance ha High and Miami' Edison were seeded His burning eyes looked into mine, f
Herbert Onft. Lora Ann Ninth grade Ugh, Amm SoriU. gone to the sanatorium to spendhis first and aecond places, Redland:1 I Hr grasped my ungloved hand -
Hodges Jack Rodgers; low Norm Wllroa Thompson Lydia Viti- vacation Mia rather was an third and Miami Beach fourth to: 've something I muM a..k.YOII. ,
Rube. len. Mom Walker, Phyllis Jensen old friend'of\ Dr. DrMtwater1 and the drawing which placed' Homestead l"I dear !
Denis and
Second grade-blah, W. A. Kennedy Bill Gautier, low, Phyllis Bell, they had long desired a match' Itedtand against I I hope youtl understand"
Margaret Ruby :Brokaw, Valerie Campbell, Betty L. Harris between Bob (Roy Campbell) and Hh ..ce was red, he bowed his

Dorothy Davis, Sarah Vthlen, Virginia Naomi Horne, Irene Jackaon, her. She hurries to the nata- I' The mMadire Redland schoolhouse I head; I
Wallace, Doris Singleton,' Merle January, Kathleen Lloyd rlum to explain to Bob before he that was made by the primary These word came from his collar:
:Barbara Ann Robinson Betty Lott, Marie NelU, LaNelte Roger. Kath meets Honor and spade everything.She .I' department of the ek>men> "My: puree I* In my other pantt;
Ion Jones, Miriam Holmes, Maf.garet leen ROM,, Elide Sage, Charles I also writes a letter of explanation tary school seems to have attracted ,Pleas ht me have a dollwr". I
I Behrens, Howard Crouae James to him which Honer "'
Ruth promise
Gaby, Eagle, Grace much favorable comment from I
Burry Billy Clarke, Edward Pye, Daniel, Gilbert Odgen. to deliver but lose laatead. It I Ila [the visitor at thefair. Miss Lit offer this little poem that I
Elmer Sink, Evelyn: COMRIBJI Tenth trade high Emily Engel found by Rainbow (John B. Gr.- | Payne'*, twelfth grade loo del "| seem to have a short and a sweet
Third grad high Lao Edwards Margaret Griffin Louise ban la well: cast In this part). a the Globe Theatre of Shakespeav ,way of saying what the unhappy:

Frank Shepard, Bruce Wa*. Yates, Alma Llndgren.. low Wil- colored boy who can neither read f'day. and ace exhibited at the fens student says:
ner. Emma Engel Peggy Garrett Iii Baxley.; George Schrader. Ben. nor write. The letter has many i la an authentic reproduction. At If nearly everything I've said to
jpmiri Benson Louise Yataa. hair breadth escapes with Bob date i
Esther: Kuleldt, Oren Kirkman, its aide you may see what the well .
Honor and Glory In hot pursuit Has a well-turned lie-:
Betty Joy Lee, Martha Luckey. Eleventh grade high .Albert dressed character of Quucer's'Canterbury
and hi This much at least with
Philip a ranch owner, agrees
Hainlln. Margaret Albright Tawore the
Charlotte Murray, Catherine ; law, I on
men are bunting a Mexican rustler fate. '
Warren Wood tamoi
Shackleford Barbara Jean Soper Nora Greenwood pilgrimage '
(Xh part of Philip I* nicelyportrayed COMETRY-GOODBYE.:
:Annie L. Stewart, Lenora Williams Arctlia Jarmaai, Alice. Sage, Don -
Lair by Cohen Leggett) :i Min }>a7M'. public peeking
Marilyn Lee, low Buford
They stop at the sanatorium for TIle II Bert
class has been
Freeman Bryce 1'..... Twelfth grade high SeraflnaOrlficl divided Into defeating
Eickenberry -
a drink ot'U>e spring water where : tram and after A schoolteacher I* said to have
Jenkins, Irene Cox Caroline Gaff- Ronald Kerfoot, Carlotta some practice
Philip see* Honor atfl 1* Immediately ,will compete in Inter-ecbool dot asked her class to name the 10
ney. ,Ante, Mary Fisher, Mary DlNa- '
attracted. Year before greatest men in the world.
with different school In the
Fourtir grade high Leonard tale; tow Lucille Dlggerv Warren however Philip' grandfather and' One boy wrote
Dent, Max Eickenberry, Louis Wilson, Gwendolyn Campbell, Dr Drinkwater had quarreled adDrlakwater I Dnde County ores.Among -.- The New York Yankee 0 i
Gaby Donald Searcy,Verdle Goss- Mary Chalker, Joyce Hilllard, bM forbidden Philip J, the book now to be Charlie Chaplin .1
man, Eldith Hampton Alice Kirk, Mortis Luckey, Billie Hartford. OA the place. 'found In our library are "The Msnltcrnt >
Nell Lloyd; low, Charles Chambers How 'hear Philip plotting with Obsession "Encore the 10
Joeblll DuMond / S. Griffin, : MIA Rebecca Jan Fisher band Bessie, the maid, to frighten t every |__ Well," The- Oreen UfM Montreal Dully Herald. l
Junior King Betty Alldredge, director, give us a brief synopsis
Kathleen Campbell, Lillian Chubb![and a. few tact about the. forth.
:Ann Hlckson, Carla Joyce Hobson,!,coming' musical comedy entitled

Wlllctta Thompson Phillip Ben- }I'"Oh Doctor," which will be presented KEEPS FOOD SA.FER.JRISHER.ONGER.
son Beverley Burkhart, Melba on March IS and 17
Collins, Doris Rhode. I I Somewhere east of the Rio I g. ,
fifth grade high. Karl Greer,(Grande and not Tar from the border -
Kenneth Greer Charles Kelly separating Mexico from the O
Guy Newman Madalene Drake, United State I* a famous sanitarium [
Henry Reynard. Webster Wile ,and spring owned and operated ami hb1Ie4
llama, Johnnie Lee Andrews, Rote by Dr. Drinkwater (Ormand ...

mary Hcnnlngton Kathleen' Wag- Cash), i pompous and seU-oplon- r
nee.Sixth ''ated man, who disowned his only I
grade high, John Benson son because he married an act- i
Adolph Lopes, Wll oi\P pp ir, resa tITH
Billy Spear Elvira Burry, Ruth Drlnkwater' wife die, grievIng <
Hisser Barbara William, Colleen for her ion and leave her THIS
Hick, Charles Sweeting, Vida money to his orphaned daughter
Clarke; low Jack Marshall\ Frank Glory (Gwendolyn Campbell) onlyon I J WSW
Orlfici. Willla Vick, Frieda Engel\, condition that she spend the last
Olga Jean Mires, Margery M,,rray4 I twenty-fours hours before her
Wanda Thompson twenty-first birthday with her
Seventh grade high Lee Glad grandfather Dr. Drlnkwater, hoping -
den Lela Ball Jo Nelle SljigU, to this way to cleat all ml-'
Mary Jane Turner, Jeanette Cox understandings IT'S PROOF orrrtldall'l'.CRlATD

low Mildred Clenny Gertrude But Glory like her mother Is l2IEI..uIIUTY e- this Food.Safety Io-
Odom Alice Wysong, Merle Lott. an actress, under contract to make icsora all deluxe and master nodcls "i .
Walter McVicker, Carl talking picture In South America It's right .. Itt J*.r ttluvyi hi ugkt. Ic F
Blair Hlcksoi, King'l l l." her twenty-first birthday Is t plies, without even a look Inside, that ,: ,'
A man. two Fngjdaire maintains iAFITY-ZONI
only days away She must .
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TTiii leept food taler (rattier. | 4,6. :
aatritt gmter saving on food bills l
ma la the hottest weaihet Frigidsire also
provides MOIST Cold lot vegetables .
irnu Cold lot ami*..,nuziNa Cold t
YOU ARE lot fee cream aa4 froaM desserts '
Come In. See the WOOF.

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the importance of diet in relation to'

health. I

You know that if you eat right, selecting

clean, wholesome, healthful you will PRICES
have foodsf AS LOW AS
greater vitality:;- tho

Give your grove the benefit of your

knowledge; an opportunity to do better. 11075Eiistt

There are 10 elements that have been proven -

to be essential to normal plant growthin

addition to Nitrogn, Phosphoric Acid and nRMa

Potash. Feed your trees a balanced diet and I 1, mm. !!! ...Uty 4. 8RIMM tIP. .!5!-AIIUTt
Gla.-saaetae"wr '_ ..y_ rhawr.w r- as ate
observe better quality, better yields. i .gods--New tor cans ada.w ........ sash hoWIe
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SOILADE, in addition to the guaranteed 5. GREATER !*!!-...Lm
Nitrogen Phosphoric Acid and Potash 2. GREATER -ITO..U..LITY r.........g w tile -+
H_ _.Mer Adi.vnNa Peewees
analysis, carries substantial quantities of |..h,.oM.......... .. / ,
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these so-ealled minor but essential elements.A
3. GREATER pe9TECT-ASILITT Cat Current Cast te the toast .
tw sa simeie inner sever e..6o/IooY ace te? ie
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Pace'Six m --,THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE ___ Friday, March 6, 1937HOMESTEAD

: I very lorry to lOll Dorothy Raine Rev. C. N. Walker HelpsIn Miss Frick to Broadcast

NEWS who ha gone to Alabama. Chambliss Services Over WIOD at 4 Today
I _
Mia Dorsey's fourth grade claw Ch-amblin '
J. Rollins 74 who
has written stories about the fair Mta Virginia Frick, daughterof
MELLA SAULS. School Editor the of each died In the Florida State Hospital
and at top paper on Mr. and Mrs George M.
..................................---................--... which the story la written I* an at Chattuhoochee Friday was burled of Homestead and pupil of Fried Mr* Y
Oa., The
at Sunday.
FIFTH MONTH HONOR ROLLTwelfth Flnt grade Thomas Dolar, attractively colored tent. This of the Hannah Asher at the Miami University
Rev. C. N. Walker pastor
grade-"high, Virginia I Bert Smith, Joan House Elene clan won the P.-T. A. dollar again Homestead Baptist Church, of conservatory of music, will
this month. We hope it will
I Strickland Arthur Brandenburg broadcast two piano numbers on
Frick. Geraldine Belts Bobble which Mr. Chambllsi was a mem-
Irvin Melton, continue the good work a* it .the University Classroom of th
Connie Campbell
Summerlln; Ipw, Lou Bell Gren- ber, assisted. the Rev. W. Galloway,
Bobby Nichols, Geraldine Shep- has won the prize every time this Air program over WIOD this after .
ncll pastor of the Plains Baptist
herd. year. noon at four o'clock.
Eleventh grade high, little Church, with the service
Miss Frick will play Llebes-
Booth Norma Gasman, Cecelia Mr. Chambliss wa born In Shiloh -
Nine dollar wa received from No. 3. In flat,
The that their traum A by Franz
Junior hope
Harper, Evelyn Pope, and AnnWebster Ga., and moved to HomesteadIn
the benefit bridge party which wa
teacher, Mrs.Becker,who has been Liszt, and Fruhllngsnacht (Spring
Saub,, Ellen
low Hells 1918.
; out several day will lOOn be back given last Saturday by Mrs. Thur- Night), by R. Schumann, Liszt
Vann, Either Pope, Frances Wit, with them. Mr*. Rutland ll man and Mia Dorsey for the library He leave his wife Henrlette, transcription.
HenrtetU Hartman, Ruby Dolor, of house
I for Mrs Becker. fund In their classes proprietor a rooming
Nina Pearl Bush, MMr. substituting
Marjorie In Homestead; a son, Rollins, who
Tenth grade-high,Lucille Nest; Mr Thurman'i room ii attract-' .la captain of a civilian conservation ZONE RALLY HERE SUNDAY
low. Annabcll Redd Louis Harris.I, kiln Hayden'a eighth grade ively decorated with Dutch doll corps camp In Gemrock Pa.; A tone rally of the Nazarene
roeiw won the P.-T. A.dollar again and Mr. Lola Flana will
Ninth gride-high. Constance thai month. and also earn very pretty tulip a daughter Young People's Society be
Schenr, Elwin Cooper, and Mil I This clan ha several new library gan of West Palm Beach. held in the Homestead Church of
dred field; low, Herbert Booth, r I- M. was called jocks and has other ordered Mrs. Flanagan and Mrs Cham- the Nazarene Sunday afternoonat
I ills accompanied Mr. Walker to 2:30: o'clock. Young people from
W. D. Lott Margaret Field Bachel the which are being anxiously waited
Coalman, Coldla Cr nnn,I i i Tuesday morning so pupil for. Plains for the funeral and returned -I other churches are invited to at-
scold hear Mr. Rowell, an investigator I '
Jot Plche.Jud Plche, Harry PleI'ftI' with him. I tend.
of narcotic, tell of some of
France Webb, ROM Rettz. |I i the terrible thing that he ha I Mia Jackson' furl grade class

Eighth grade high, Wanetta :heard and seen.Tw has received eight new library
Koeatline, Katherine Ortanedei: ,book At the present time the CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY a
low. Jay Newton, James Sullivan; I new pupil In Junior high I I pupil are enjoying "The Dutch ..
ROM Peterson, Frincei Lamb, school this week are Jerome Moor Twin," one of the new book FLORIDA CITY. FLORIDA t
Preston Bird, Edwin Booth, MAY 1 and Roy Walker, both I In the I I This class celebrated two birthday ,

Ellen Cay Grace Cray Adrian seventh grade.In I this week: Betty Irene Simmons'
Callahan h I 'eighth birthday and Barbara Gene Announces a S
Seventh grade high, Lamar art the grammar school pupils Home' seventh birthday. Ii
Dickinson, Mary Jo Close: low are making border for their '.
Lewis Eaker, Mabel Ruth Pope, room pertaining to March: kite, Free Lecture on Christian ScienceBY
Either: Rucker. windmills, etc. For results use Leader-

Sixth grade June Vann HU- Enterprise Classified Ads
da Dodwn, Athley Kemp, Mary Mrs Bird' fifth grade clan j, I IBUD'S 1
France Rutland, Virginia Hop- l
ton RICHARD J. DAVIS, C. S. ."

Fifth grade Eugene Lott, Aida
Connor, Clarice Dodwn, Either SERVICE STATION Member of The Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church. t.

Knight, Barbara Bigger The First Church ef Christ Scientist, In Boston, Massachusetts '\,
Fourth grade Elizabeth Peter- Agent for Firestone Tires .y
ion. Oorri Ada Dndoon, Lonnie

Horne, Jennie, Billy Hardy.McCready Mary, John Kadford Taylor Equipped for Battery Recharging and Service IN HOMESTEAD SCHOOL AUDITORIUM

Third grade Marie Connor,

Second grade Donald Foeey, Washing- Polishing GreasingCan Sunday Afternoon, Mar. 7, at 3:15:
Margie Pye, Alfred Tomertln, Called For and Delivered
James Brown Barbara Jean ,
Smith, Ruth Rutland, Alone Koeat- North Kreme at Fifth none Ml-M Homestead Fta. YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS' ARK CORDIALLY INVITED
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March 5,1937 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Pate Seven

Mrs. Adolph Jonas of Nashville and on Monday hiss condition wasreported evangelist from the CtnetouwUBiW t
Term. and Mia Bess Heilburn of much Improved.Mrs. School : I Ildt.
i Owenaboro Ky., left Mondoy after -- -

{ In and Jtround i spending two weeks with theirs I Gee ,Hardta 't* seftauaJrIB end Mrs: F. B. North of ; j
brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and' at tti* bans of bar gyMtdfMrents : HaMdttv Com. are guests of Mn f
Mn. M. D. Hartman. Mr. and M.... J. S. Ctvc R. J. Shepherd this week.CORRECTION .

:;. Homestead i| Mr. and Mrs. J. M. H.loombi Mr. and Mn. John MeOtoni iI i

i left Wednesday for Bowling Green, and family who have occupied the The Leader-Enterprise wishes
. I I Fla. in response to a telegram telling Fred Swanson house on Avenue I to correct an error Jn a Florida i
I of the illness of Mn. rfotaomb's moved Homestead .
B to SaturdayMr. City Item in last week's pupei :
.M Mr*. C. S. Elton and her daughter Merti, all of Philadelphia, who I father S. L. McClanahan, former The Item should have read: "Mr
Mrs. Letter Howard, both ofd I have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Homestead resident and Mr*. Benjamin Silver- I H. F Potter received a telegram ;
" Toledo, O., arrived Saturday focr .F C. Schneider sailed from Miami man and Mr. and Mrs. C. Addfes- ; Wednesday notifying her of the .
, J visit with Mrs. Elton'i son-in-I on the return trip Saturday.Mr. Mrs O. B. Parker recovering tine of Brooklyn were Tuesday death of a sister-in-law Miss
law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. from an Illness that has lasted for guests of Mayor and Mrs M. Sil- Emma Potter of North Has o-n.:

'1 c. J. Parman. and Mrs. A. W. Augur of two weeks. verman. Conn." -
Chicago visited Mr. and Mrs H. Through a misunderstanding

N. accompanied by tier little I ill this week. .City N. J., Miss Florence Loop, Mrs. Bert Brockett of the same
,t daughter visited from Thursday Mr. and Mn. Carl I*. Warner :of Eldred. Pa., and Mrs Lillian i town, was used Instead of that of
' ,until Tuesday with Mr. and spent Sunday In Belle Clade visitIng Mrs. E. G. Ditto Is suffering from 'Bell are guests of Mr. and Mrs. I Miss Potter.
Mn. Homer Davis, parent of Mrs Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McDonnell a broken right wrist ,E. A. Warren.
a Dellinger. She made the trip :

with her father-in-law John Del- L. B. Baker of Auburndale, !'Ia., A. B. Slagle Is In a Miami district Special services are being held ANT ADS PAVHerman's .,
t.I linger, till son, Everett, end his spent several days last week with hospital for an operation for this week at the Free Methodist .

daughter, Mrs. Basil Good, all his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. ulcers of the stomach. Church by Miss Florence a girl. )
of Shelby, who visited Mr. DeUinget's > I
and Mrs M. A. Baker of Redland.
sbter-in-law, Mrs. S. S.
Mr. and Mn. J. G. McSweeney,'
Beam, and her family.
,' Miss Bonnie Ellis who has been their son-in-law. C. Q. Wheat, and
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visiting her mother In Sarasota Mr. and Mrs W. M. Hem and
i/ Mn. Thomas R. Doyle and Mrs. sine Saturday: returned Wednesday dauhler.lean, all of Miami, spent,
L. C. Van Name daughters of the with Mr. and Mrs. McSweeney
to Homestead where she Is, Sunday -,,
f late Andrew Hagaman, left tort staying with her brotherinlawand 's son-in-law and daugh.I
; their home In Staten bland Tuesday sister, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd ter. Mr. and Mrs E. J. DyaL i' "A Good Store in a Good Town"
after spending a week at Fogle.

Rosemont, the Hagaman place onCoconut Opposite City Hall Homestead Fla.
Palm .drive. They wen FLORIDA CITY 1 1i
Mr. and Mn. R. H. Done enter-
,: accompanied by a friend, Miss Mr*. T..W. Betsy, ComspoiMlentMr <
" Name's tained Sunday and Sunday evenIng ,.
Nancy Still, and Mrs. Van i
sister-in-law, Miss Ida Van Name, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Oglesbyof The new 'i
Rue takento
Maybelle wa
Coral Gables former friends of
both of Staten Island. T. R. Comfort
t Island and Miami Mr. and Mrs. Done In St. Louis; the University Hospital in Coral t
of Staten
home Mr. and Mn. Ceo. Bovls of Miami Cable on Wednesday of last week Dun-deers i
visited a'he Hagaman
Beach and Mr. and Mrs. T. Baird and underwent an operation thereon
while they were here. of Detroit and Miami Beach. Overnight Tuesday.Mr. are here ;'u f

guests at the Done home
f Rev. and Mrs Wade Pinck-
last Friday were Mr. and Mn and Mn. Harold Young of !
of Ithaca, N. Y., arrived Wednesday -
ney Brown of Miami Beach and their East Walllngford Conn., were
'", for a visit with Mr. andMrs. daughter, Miss Barbara.D. week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. +ed '
A. J. Marter. i j
., .J H. Simmons.Joe sSSSSs
W. Burton of Atlanta arrived
1; H. Holder Collier, owner and Monday to visit his sister, Mn. F. Doxsee was taken to the
managing editor of the Red Lion Annie Nabors of the Redland Cafe. Kendal hospital Sunday morningbut 295 up .1
Sun, weekly newspaper of RedLion was able to return to his home
Pa., was a visitor In Homestead -
Mrs. Sadie Morrison of Washington here on Tuesday
.1 Tuesday Mr. and Mn D. C., who with Mrs J. T. 1 .
0' (Collier and their baby are visiting White is visiting Mrs. White's Mrs Mary p. Fry? and Mrs.Alonzo' .
< In Coconut Grove with Mn. Col- brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Lewis returned Sunday 1r
?' Her i parents, Mr.:and Mrs. Walter Mrs. Frank L. Skill plans to leave from a through the r
.C: DeGarmo.Mr. the last of the'week for Jackson western and the northern part of
ville where she will visit before the state.

: and Mrs. Clarence Hunt entertained returning to her home.
last week Mr. Hunt's Mr. and Mn. McKlndly of Tole-QuartersMoved! :

cousins, Mr. and M.... C. H. Trev-I Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sommers do, 0., and St. Petersburg who!
elyan of Toronto Canada who of Cleveland 0., arrived Monday were spending some time In MI-
were spending a few weeks In I for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. L. K.' ami called on Mr. and Mrs. F B.

Miami Beach after a five-month I Bishop.Dr. Leinlnger on Thursday of last I more room, more facilities .
slay In Europe. Mn. Hunt's week before returning to their,

cousins, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rite of J. B. Tower has been suffering ; home. I -0-
Detroit spent the preceding weekend from in; attack of Influenza for !
with Mr.Qnd Mrs. Hunt and two weeks but Is expected to be, Mrs. Clyde Neill escaped serious
'*parents, Mr. and Mrs. up next week. Injury on Sunday when her car!I We have placed every qualified student and :
Purse Walker of Redland road. left the road and turned over on

r Mrs. Cussie Joiner Is expected: the Oversea highway between' ban many unfilled calls. Your place'U waiting. ;
Mrs.; H G. Bradley who hat been to return In few days from the Florida City and Homestead.Mrs. .

vlsjfing Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer H. Dade County hospital where she : I Many calls for men: '0 ;
CfcsjJJfor the past three weeks left has been for the past eight weeks. W. H. Taylor, Mrs Ctyde1Kirk .
Friday for her home In Indianapo- I j, and Mr. and Mr*. H. A. Tay i '
I II' A position or back J ,; when are
: J. P. Broeker and his sister Miss lot all of East Bend N. C., and your money you
s ./ Elizabeth Broeker, of Redland will! Mn M. Martin of Winston-Salem,:
qualified. Beware of the school that shirks this
-:Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Arrendaleof I'leave Saturday for e two-week N. C., pent the week-end with
.Homestead announce the birth 'stay In New York. relatives and friend here. Mn.I I
duty. j
of an'eight and one-half pound I I W. H. Taylor I I. Mn. Roy Neiir , *

daughter at the Hunt hospital Sat- Mn. I. L. Rack Ie", Mn O. D. mother. Price
urday ; Parrish and son, Milton and I. J. I Terms-yes. Books furnished. reason.
Pope'of Miami were recent visitorsat Lawrence Becker was taken to!
:.AtSM lisle Bowman, Mill Lucille the home of Mr. and Mrs. Char-'''the Jackson Memorial hospital In I able. A few minutes' talk will cost nothing.
Y Knowlton and Miss Dorothy ley Connor. Miami Sunday for observation:
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I' I Social Events in South Dade l'. I

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I PRESIDENT OF JUNIOR WOMAN'S: CLUBMrs I r- The Calendar OF FLORIDA CITY AID Those peseei wee*; U>*, VL. ,
Mrs. H. J. Brockett was elected Rheney, Mn. J. H. Webster, Mn.
president of the Florida City La- H. P. McDaniel, Mrs. Elizabeth
: E. A. Buchanan was elected tee for March. Mrs. Stanley I Mar. S-All day meeting of W. die*' Aid at a meeting held at Fuchs, Mrs. Faust, Mn. Forman, '
WlWtop w. admitted a* a new M. U. the Brockett home Wednesday af- Mn. Carl Deden, Mrs. W. K.' Walton
DKiidMt of the Junior Wo- 'member.The Mar. Episcopal Woman's ternoon. Mn. Margaret Kennedy' Mrs. Elton, Mrs Lester
man i Club e4 Homestead at a club by-laws were revised Auxiliary meeting in church at wa elected first vice-president; Howard, Mrs. Morrison and. 1.11'8.
meeting In the clubhouse Monday 11'and adopted. 2:30 p. m. Mrs J. F. Rohrer, second vice- Skill.
flight and Mr*. Harold' Oxford Those who attended the meetingwere Mar. 8 Meeting of Garden president; Mrs. Jas. M. Dobbin,1
wa reflected recording secretary.Mrs. II : Mrs. Paul Reynolds, Mrs. Club at Shanklin grove at :3 p. m. secretary; and Mrs. R. W. MulHni, SUPPER CLUB MEETS
Hunter Hardlrv wit elected Joel J. Robinson, Mn. AugustusWynn Mar. 8 Pool benefit program treasurer.The AT LEHMAN HOME. _
first vice-president' ; Mrs. J. Mn. Bird, Mn. Buchanan ; at Neva King Cooper School auditorium retiring president 1* Mr. Four tablet of bridge were In
Perkins second : Mn. Claude Campbell, Mn. W. B.: at S p. m. J. F. Ooxsee. play when the Supper Club met at
Mrs. J. R. Bird, D'j Caves, Jr.. Mr. Dyil. Mn. Burley I Mar. 8 Meeting of Homestead the horn ot Mr. and Mrs. Lee H.
secretary; Mil Alice Dandy, Mrs. L.. B. Danzey, Mn. I Business and Professional Women' VISITORS FROM OHIO ARE Lehman, Wednesday nfght Mr.and<<
treasurer: Mia rant J. S. Hostels, Mrt. Hardin, Mr I Club at home of Mrs. J. E. Cauzena COMPLIMENTED WITH" PARTY Mrs W. K Walton won the high
auditor; and Mrs L J. Dyali Apt Oxford Mrs. Perkins, Mr*. L. T. I at 8- p. m. I I Mrs. C. J. Parman entertained 'I score prize and Mr. Frank Skill
aor from the Woman/* Proctor Miss Alice Hobson, Miss Mar. 9-Teacher's Club meeting with a bridge party Wednesday and T. J. Faust, the 1 tow. Mn.
Homestead. Marguerite WoUam MU Whltaker. at Frank Webb home. afternoon for: her mother, Mrs. C. H. R Pridgen got the guest prize.
Miss Mary Bradley was appointed Miss Bradley arid Mia met Mar. -W. M. U. meeting In S. Elton of Toledo, and her sister, Members present were: Mr. and
chairman of the social commit- Branch. First Baptist Church. Mn. Lester Howard, also of Toledoat Mrs. J. H. Webster, Mr. and Mr*.
Mar 12-Areme Club meeting. the Parman home on North Bevo Webb Mr. and Mn. Skill,
: Mar. -Election meeting ofWoman's Krone avenue. Miss Sadie Mor 'Me.and Mrs Walton, Mr. and Mn.
MR. AND MRS. TAX MAXTOR A. S. Darling, Mrs. Gatlln Mrs.
Club of Homestead. rison won the high score prize; Faust and Me. and Mrs. Lehman.
ENTERTAIN FRONDS Netaon. Mrs. Payne, Mr* Trotter, Mar. U Old time fiddler'scontest Mrs. T. J. Faust, the second prize; Guest were: Mr. and Mrs.Frank
Mr. and Mr. A. J. Van Marter Mr Blake. )frat Holferty, Mrs. '
at Neva King and Mrs. J. T. White the consola-
Cooper Webb,Mrs X T. White, Me*. Prld.
friend Burr, Mr. Hani Mr Paul Haley,
entertained a group ol at :School auditorium at 8 for tion.
p. m. gen and Mill, Sadie Morrison
their Krome avenue home Thursday Mrs. Cray, Mn. H. S. Wolfe, Mn.I,benefit of swimming pool repair f Other present included: Mrs. H.
evening. A picnic hmcb wu Wm. Q. WIUaH, Mrs. Arthur.Miss fund. E. Schsff. Mrs. Frank Hausman, NEIGHBORHOOD CLUB

a much enjoyed part of the evening Allie J. Kastein and the hostess.B. _.._p. 1..'l-Un..t.u,._....._.._.... PT. AA. I''MrtL. 3 -U, Webster Mrs. IL D. M.- MEETS- AT SOMMERS HOME-
'! prop-am. benefit chicken dinner and supper.{Daaiel Mrs W. iRhe ;;, ; ;; Three table of bridge were in
The guests Included: Mr. and P. W. C. TO IIAVE REVIEW Mar. IS Social meeting of Elizabeth Fuchj: and Mr*. Carl play at the meeting of the Neigh.
Mrs. C. M. Stone, their ion, Ken or SOCIAL SECURITY ACT Junior Woman'* Club of Home Dedea. rhood Club at the home of Mr.
neth, and their houseguest, Mr. "WInes the Homestead Business stead. and Mrs. L. B. Sommen Tuesday
and Mrs. Hollliter Sage, the Rev.. and Professional< Women'Club Mar. 1-W. M. S. circle meeting HOMESTEAD P.-T. A. night. Mrs. W. :E. Rheney and T.
and Mn. Wade Plncfcaey, Mrs. B. meat Monday evening at the home *. FLANS BENEFIT DINNERA J. Faust won the high score prize
A. Waldlfc Miss Mary Bradley and ot Mn. 3. E. Oauzens, Mrs Ben Mar. Id-Meeting of Woman' benefit chicken dinner and and Mrs. Lee H. Lehman and Mr.
Vfm. Bradley. Archer who conducted a panel Club of Redlands. I supper to be held on Mar. 13 In the Uieney. the low.
discussion ark the Social SecurityAct Mar. It Rain or Shine Club Redd building on South Krome Those present Included: Mr. and
MRS. LEO L POTSER ELECTEDW. at the B. P. W.: C. district meeting with Mrs. Fred, Redd. [avenue was planned by the executive Mn. Bevo Webb, Mr. and Mrs. H.
M. L PRESIDENT J8 committee of the Homestead P. McDanlel, Mr. and Mrs. Rhe
meeting. In Sunny Isles Club Sun. Mar. Hit S. entertainment ; I
hire Leo L. Payter wu elected day will give a brief review of In Neva King Cooper Schoolat Parent-Teacher Association at a ney, Mr and Mrs Faust, Mn and
president of the Women' Missionary point brought out at the meeting, 8 p. m. for benefit of swimmingpool | meeting held at the Neva King I Mrs. Lehman, Mrs Elizabeth
Society et the HomesteadMethodist particularly those dealing withreMt'dewtopmeats. fund. j Cooper School Tuesday afternoon.I Fucks and the host and hostess
Church at e meeting In -
the church Tuesday ajfterooon. She : MRS. SKILL ENTERTAINSIN Tb MummiesWelber
succeeds Mrs. Preston B. Bird who The meeting will begin at 8 i .Mrs. Lester Coker visitor i. OF VISITORS I (to little daughter whom
resigned. 'clock. Anyone who Is Interested Circle One met with Mn. W. R.I I([, Mrs. Frank L. Skill entertained she had accompanied on i visit to
r :Air,. 3. E. Davis who was Tn i I 1 Ia invited to attend. Cheshire Wednesday afternoon.A I' the Monday Bridge Club at her!1 the, galleries ot Egyptian Art In the
chugs of the chicken dinner and f business meeting was held after borne this week In honor of her Museum): "Which 1 of all the thing
upper served b# eM society on >r BAPTIST CIRCLES HOLD a devotional led by- Mrs. Cheshire. j!slater, Mrs J T. White, and Mrs. I I you have seed today, deaf, did you
Feb 19 announced that approx. J j i THEIR MARCH MEETINGS Mn. O. A. West it wa announced Sadie f Morrison, both of Washington like best?"
InKiti'lj $92 had leni cleared. The t f Al four of the Baptist W. M. U. will be the next hostess. D. C Mn. T J. Faust won |I Little daughter: "Mummy dear,
,1'ld\ otd donate $50 toward circle held meetings tMs week. Among those present were: Mrs.R. the' high wore prize Mrs. C J I liked the mothers of the Egyptians -
tJ.! Sunday' School budding fund. I I The first was Circle Three R, Bigger, Mrs John Smith Parman. the second prize. and Mi' the best."
The social I service committee an. j which was entertained by Mrs itrs. Chesley Saunders, Mrs. G
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flounced that M visits had been D. C ker. Mrs. C. N. Walker A. West, Mr. Stull. Mrs. Frank ,
made to the sick and that seven gave I synopsis of a section of "A N. Irwin Mr. L. A. WM, Mrs.
bouquets and,five trays bad b esx Tale of Two People" and a general C. R Bigger and Mr. Cheshire.
cnt. discussion of the section followed.The Mrs. W. J. Parker told Circle
Announcement was made that circle: members decided to Two of the women of India where ; DiONNE'QUINTS WhIMS.
the annual W. M. S. conference keep en hand I supply of baby she spent 14 yean in mission ser "
will be held in Tampa on Apr. 6, clothing to fill need reported by vice. Tbe meeting was held at .Roof YOUR scot
7 and a.Othen. Mrs. Jane Nesbit welfare worker. the borne ol Mrs. T. .:. Klrby. Mn. daily take
present were: Mrs. Mot- Church flower committee appointed Kirby led the devotional followed I ILASOL
lie Wlogaie Mrs. 0.1.. Showalter, for March by the leader, by prayer by Mrs. Parker.
Mrs. Vtvan Booth, Mrs. & B. Livingston Mrs. H. Collier, were as follows: Those PTCMM were Mn. Annie COD LIVER OIL
Mrs. J. L. Ballard, Mr. for March T, Mrs J. R. Popeand Butler, Mn. H. C. Reid, Mrs Homer for Vitamin A and D SKIN LOTION
I J. A. McNeill, Mrs. A. A. Koest-I Mrs. S. A. King; March 14, Mrs Dtvls. Mrs Kirby, Mrs. t L. t '.
llae, Mrs Ceo. Raiwon, Mn. JoelJ. Coker and Mrs. J. R Dorsey; and Lawrence area two visitors, Mrs.
Robinson, Mr. E. S. Capllnger, March 21, Mw. t. Tom Vane M,.. Mamie Cola and Mrs Parker MNi $1.00 25
lips Wm. Nolan, Mrs B. O. C. Q. Robertson and Mn. Frank Circle Four held an all day meeting -
Branch and Miss Jennie LobdeltMRS. I McHwetn. Foe Marc 28, Easter at the home of Mrs. Julia Polk
Sunday, each circle is asked to Wednesday Mrs A. J. Van Marten
BURR RE-ELECTED I co-opersto with Mrs. Colllet and read Irene the Scripture. and Mn.
AUXILIARY PRESIDENT Mrs. S. L. West in decorating the Polk led in prayer. Mn. T. D. SAFE ANTISEPTIC
Election of officers for the coming .I chlU'dM,* W. IX Coker wu Piche conducted a study period on FLOTATION MOUTH WASH
year was held at the meeting made publicity chairman.The the book, "Follow Me", In the I
ol the PresbytertsHU. Wan ant ..... It wa decided morning and Mrs Catherine Pick.
Auxiliary at the home of Mn. J. will be Mrs. S. L. West who will ard> conducted one> after lunch. A Briten Mi 31SOLUTION
R, Hickson in Naranja Wednesday entertain the circle on April 4. covered dish luncheon, was served.
afternoon. I Mrs. Coker served I refreshmentcourse. Mn. Moniiter Sage mad the closing TOOTH PASTE
Officers re-elected were: president prayer.
Mrs R Y. Burr; vice-pres Those present included: Mrs. Those preeent were: Mrt R. I.i i LLS
ident Mrs. B. C. GatUn; treasurer, ,J. Tom Vann, Mrs. Mary Fetich Edward. Mr*. S. U. Tit h. Mrs. 1. I i 25c GERMS 49'>
Mrs. J. M. Holtorty: tiletortaa, I Mn Walker Mrs Collier, Mr*. M. Forte Mrs. Pickard, Mn.
Mrs D. P. Blake: secretary at West Mrs. Pope and Mr*. J. P. Fiche Mrs. Sage, Mrs Van Matter
foreign mission, Mrs. A. F. Arthur I Spencer, Mr*. A. J. Calboen and, and Mrs. Polk.
secretary of assemblies and
home missions, Mrs. C Ben Ptammer -
; secretary of Christian education
and mlniaterlal Relief, Mrs
Vine M. Harris; secretary of & P.
home missions Mr*. A. A. Payne; MRS. A. NABORS, Fre.. LUNCHEON Fresh Ice Cream

secretary of religious education DINNER We PLATE LUNCH lie
Mrs K. L. NelMik literature secretary. DAILY 11 TO i made daily in our

Mr*. B. E. Oatlln; secretary
of Christian social service
Mrs Plummet; pastqr'i aid jecreUry -
Mrs. Nelson;: secretary of social Annie Mayhew FitzpatrickGraduate
activity. Mrs J. R. Hickson.
\ New officer are: secretary Mrs.
R. E. Trotter; secretary of spiritual I Oberlin Conservatory and Royal

study Mrs ute,Wm Mr preceding. Gray Nelson.led the the business Bible l lI Conservatory of Leipzig I THE DIXIE DRUGThe

I mretlng. Announcetne'nf made PIANOFORTE AND THEORY
that the annual reports will be1 Rexall Drug Store
given al the next meeting.
Those preeent ware: Mr Paul I Redland Road. fear, Bisca. : yne.DriVe Phone<< 1422 Homestead, Florida.

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Friday, March 5,1937 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Nine

II. E. Schumacher Rites !Social Welfare Program Costs State '

Institutional Air Lacking Entirely I I Conducted Here Monday I 'I
$4,740,920 for Year Jas. Donn RevealsJacksonville

ft At Miami Branch of Children's Home ; Funeral services for Henry Edward I 1

I Schumacher who died suddenly
'" 1 f
F At 809 N. W. 14th street. Miami portatlon committee; Grover C. Saturday at his home on I Mar 4-The COlt I In addition to this study the state '
of Zarln,. out-of-town corporations Bauer drive In Redland wr conducted of the total program for aid to the board used Its experience In administering -
house broad pleasant porches
jjj division.; L: P. Ireland, wholesale' from the Turner Funeral aged, the blind and mothers with! old age assistance during -
,*nd spacious I rooms serves u theffctceivlnf division: J. D. Hall, employees' Home by the Rev. Ceo E. Deuel, dependent children for the local 1| the put six months to arrive

horn for the southeastern division; W. Roger Hemdon, office retired Methodist minister, Monday year of 1937-1938 will be ....22.-i tat I' the final figures, according to
i division of the Children', buildings division; Mrs. T C. Dickey afternoon. Burial was In Miami 500 according to figure released'I Mr. Donn. !
.Home Society of Florida. Last year I Memorial Park. today by James Donn, chairman of 1
south Broward county division, I I In order to receive the federal
1 333 children from fatnlllei broken hornet, and Mr E. A. Stranahan north Mr. Schumacher, who wa (2 the state board of social welfare ,contribution $2,989,000 theFlorida

"Impoverished and destitute Broward county division. years of age, moved to RedlandIn following a meeting of the state plan for the administration

parent were welcomed by .Y.YYYNY .. .. 1912 from Springfield O. He board held In Talla"No,,", of old. age assistance, aid '; l
this unique organization The only had been foreman of the Redland day March 1. the blind and mothers' aid must ,

society authorized by the atate of I REDLAND F. F. F. Citrus Grower packing house The total cost to the state Is givenas I first be submitted and approved r rby :
;,Florida to adopt children the organization -
By Willis BaxleyYY..n.nnNn.NYNNINMNM.NNNNYNNMMMNIY since 1923.
lacks an Institutionalized $4,740,920 The federal contribution the social security board according I
feeling. Miserable H* leave his wife Maria of Is given as $2,989,000. to the chairman.All j

children find a second mother unhappy in i When Redland Future Farmers Redland; a daughter Mr. Alma Mr. Donn stated that these figures' of the plana would be carried I
u Goodson of Fort Lauderdale; a Include benefit to the aged over+1 out much like the present
capable, devoted Mrs. Leah Mus- summed up their activities at the :
son Carl, of South Miami; two 83 years of age In the amount of old assistance plan ;
know of temporary
grave and none the drab close of the Dade County Tropical age
brothers Chart Schumacher of (3,780,000 at an average coat per l that allowance would be :
humiliation and suffering of being except
I week U the
Fair last this what
Hialeah and Herman Schumacher .
" uniformed and marshalled person til per month. The more generous. The number of
about as wards of an indifferent : summary showed: of Springfield, 0.; and three grand total number of persons who will person who would receive allowances :
, and Impersonal Institution. Diligently The members won cash prizes children. be aided Is given as 21000. would be greatly increased '

a home U sought for every totaling $93.7$ in Individual com- Pall bearer were: F H. Rutzke The amount to be expended for I and the benefits would be equally .

child. As Fred Borton, president -I petition In vegetable, fruit and E. A. Carter B. I. Lazo, J. W. 23,700 dependent children living I available to everyone In the state

of the society says, the organization 1 poultry, the chapter booth won Campbell, J. M. Bauer and E F. on an average of $10 per month !I regardless of the financial ability
Is a child-placing agen $3.00 in the chapter booth contest; Marshall per child Is given as 2844000. I,of the county In which they live :i
and the members had cleared $132on .
cy. I I The allotment for 1,200 needy I I The re-enactment of the 193S
the sale of juice,
orange grape :
blind Is given $216,000 social welfare act will be
persons as necesssry
Sunday, March 7, will mark
I fruit Juice and tomato Juice from Women Fined in Theft 1 !
the inauguration of the society's at an average allowance of $15 per i, If the granting of benefits under
i iI their drink stand.
1937 campaign to raise $20,000 to At Dr. Shanklin'g GroveMiss I II month per person the provisions of the social security '
continue I to function adequately.The .I Of the prizes won by members The total figure of $8,922,300 include set are to be continued and art
Miami Junior League aided 1 122 I were first prizes; 12, second; and other activities of the state I to be Increased promptly as of
the home through five difficult 11 third. Florence Lewis and Miss 1 I board of social welfare particularly July 1. The law unless re-ensct-

of depression and kept its Warren Wood won first on Leghorn Alma Argo, who were caught by I child welfare and an administrative ed expires on July 1, 1937
staff years Intact. The attractive receiving I cock, lima beans summer I Dr. L. C. Shanklin In the act of cost of 11.57 per cent of the The above figures represent

cottage and playgroundbuilt crook neck squash, beets, turnips, stealing fruit from his grove on total I conservative estimates to meet the ,
during this period by the red radish Chinese cabbage round Palm avenue and Redland road I I These figure have been In the, needs, which already exist, during .a

Junior League are permanent evidence cabbage finnochlo, largest squash; on Feb 13, were each sentenced process of compilation by staff''II 19371938.: The board feels that ;
of its splendid support. second on parsley, Leghorn hen, to pay a fine of five dollar and I I I members of the state and district]the amount recommended will be }i

Anxious to be of Increased service I carrots and Duncan grapefruit; costs by Judge Ben Wlllard boards for the past year Workers sufficient I to do a good piece of '1
In the Dad
to the distressed children of third on white radish. County criminal 1,employed on a WPA project, sponsored work If the program I Is administered
Dade, Broward and Monroe coun-'I Donald Sickle won first on sweet court of record In Miami Tuesday by the state board, made J! carefully and economically

ties, Carl T Hoffman general: corn (special Palm Beach Sweet !I a study over a nine months' per- Mr. Donn said. S
chairman of this. year's drive has corn award), green onions and The two women were bound over! loci In which all person receiving Figures are now being compiled i

spent long hours perfecting: organization I celery; second on beet. Individual to the county court under $100 i I relief were listed and classified (Continued on Page Ten) J
bond each by Justice of the Peace
red radishes
details so that his workers exhibit finnochlo. ; '
may know the satisfaction of third on parsley squash and tur- Sid L. Kendrick In a

"going over the top" and the board ''I|nlps.I hearing. prelllnlllll1'I'I'

of directors can have the assurance Wilbur Wood won second on Miss Lewis pleaded
that its work goes on. Every penny ,I 1 Chinese cabbage and citron Char both courts but Miss Argo protest.

of the money contributed goes les Behrelts, Jr., won first on ed her Innocence and wa tried i I

to help the needy children. largest Chinese cabbage; secondon and found guilty.

Each year since its founding In chayotes; third on "believe It Joe Peiffer of Miami, arrestedby :

1902 the Children's Home Society I or not" csyote. I Deputy Sheriff Frank N. Irwin I II

of Florida has Increased the scope Wilbur Vick won first on largest Monday In the act of stealing. fruit I t

of Its; work Today when the carrot and third on carrots. from a grove northeast of Quail I 1
I Roost drive, belonging to J. S.j
home Is asked to accept a child Willis Baxley won first on "believe ]
Eaton of Coconut Drove
a trained and experienced caseworker was
It or not" pepper, sugar cane.
first makes effort to bound over to the Dade County
Duncan grapefruit, black orpington 1
the child own home. If court of crime Monday by Justice ,
cock second on potted planf;
; of the Peace Sid L KendrickIn
poverty alone U causing the separation third on strawberries, white egg
the society helps to find and butt minorca hen. a preliminary hearing the same i;
employment for the father or the day. :
Herman Byars won third on papayas -
mother or tides the family over I I
and sapodilla; Charles Hart.
the difficult period. As Marcus Lecture on Christian 1
first on strawberries; and Don ,
Fagg state superintendent of the
Lair first on brown egg. Science Here Sunday ;:
society, laid, "Nothing can take
.... .. .... ... ...... ....
the place of a real home for a .."."'...:;... --''''' '''' i

child". If the effort to preservethe Elementary 4-H ClubBy A free lecture on Christian

home falls, the child la welcomed Theda ProctorYYNNYWYNYNNMIN.N"NY"M.NMNNYYYYNYN Science will be given at Home.!

and eared for until a com stead Sunday afternoon at $.1} In

forta.le', worthy "foster home" Is the Neva King Cooper School
called to
t( ( The 4-H meeting was I
fiJJnd, ,; order oiv March I, at r o'clock at auditorium i by Richard J. Davis, A
Completely non-sectarian, the C S., under the auspices of the
home receives needy children of the Neva King Cooper Christian Science Society of Florida -r
National Event
all denominations and Is In turn school.' City.
Sue Moye had her program this '
endorsed and supported bythe !
Mr. Davis is a member of the
Catholic, the Protestant and the week. Mrs. Redd gave out some
board of lectureship of The Moth-I Now in Progress !
Jewish churches. The campaignwill book for us to cut pictures: fromto er Church, The First Church of

open'With an appeal from the make sewing boxes. I Christ, Scientist, la Boston, Mass,
church pulpits and the distribution There were 18 present The I A cordial Invitation to all to hear Sears annual storewlde March Value Demonstration
to church-goers of a folder presenting meeting was closed with the 4-H him Is extended the
by membersof Is always a sale that Is characterized by sensational
the splendid record o( thechlldreD'1 pledge I
the Florida City group. price reductions on fresh new merchandise of prov
home. all the yean
since its founding not one child en quality. Be lure to attend this sal and stock

has died in the home. I up for present and future needs at real savings

For,.active service during the
drive Mr. Hoffman has announcedthe CAREand I I

following committee chairmen:
Fred Burton initial gift division; I ,
the Rev. Ceo. .Killer, church division a Beauty '

; Dr. A.V.. Ziebold. chairman J ---- .
and Hiss Louise Bou IllY. True beauty demands We.give I ( i
secretary publicity division; Mr*. the best of car at all st ae n S. on i 'K ) \
J. D. McKenne\ and Mr. H. Q. times. Whether you the genuine ,

Jones, te-chilrmen women's division wish a wave, a facial
; }fro. Han.v Hector trsns- a manicure or any of EUGENE Permanent i .MI AM I. e
the other essential aids
Sets "U.c w..e.-eebswd
to beauty, youll find BISCATNK BLVD. Ulh tit 14th STREETS
ant, Indus curls-tae's! W
the skilled operators atPat'
lied. III a perwawnl roe.....
Beauty Parlor
'Awl does ih I kind
we Siva
1 ready la serve you
quickly at any time.Togaknole. Fo we 00 genuine E.fB*
I waving, Whit gmuioo IDIOM
( Spiral Sadep LM M "...* yew I Ihair .
Combination '. ..n'.' MapsA.
for she season with o& "
JUNGLE PERMANENT WAVES ml unduljiioM sal Outerciultj -

IN THC U.& Prices $3.: $s, $7 .1 I R. LIVINGSTON


(with this ad Me)
CtUdrei lea PARLOR I IJUlss Registered Land Surveyor

fainiuor si IIMMM i4. l Phase S3Home Bldg. .
.1. HOTEAD.: n..L
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& tulle Brown, Operator ; ,


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Ten THE_l. ADER ENTERPRISE Friday March 5, 1937

Redland stele to appropriate! seta mantas "" II "'- meet; "Hmmbr the seventh-day
II.II.S. and for relief purpose The amendment -I SABBATH OBSERVANCE Sabbath to keep it holy"

Ready for Tourney was earned by a twelve to "...........-.........--..---. __ h"hh__ An of this and much more is
one majority. trio Qod given reason why I do
In addition to the old age assistance the memorial *f ***- not work on Sabbath and do net
Cage Today program, Ole state and By Dr. Lloyd C. ShanUla liahed by God, Himself, observed appreciate being disturbed from

district boards ha.* been the EDITOR'S NOTE: This li the by Jesus Christ, our Savteur. It my rest on that day. But I do
Both the Homestead and Red- agent of various federal agencies fourth of a series of article on I, I* a changeless laatltution given to work all other days of the wekv
land high school basketball teams such is WPA CCC NYA and Sabbath observance sponsored I the world for all time and even keeping my place store and fruit
are u ready u cm be to begin rural resettlement for the certification by the Redland District Mlnle- eternity. Cod says, "I am the stand open to the public at all
play in the eighth district tournament ot persons for employment I terlal Association.I I I Lord! I change act" Clod said In times but on the LORD'S DAY. ,I

starting today In the new on a relief basla. The organbatkm I havebeen asked to write an the commandment "Remember lit you come by and see my place 1
Miami Beach High School gymnasium also Investigates 'PPlie.uon'l I article on "Sabbath Observance". the Sabbath .day to keep it holy'Follow open on Sunday, you know I do fI
ul Miami Beach. The Red- for surplus I You wU) realise my qualifications Jesus was Ood's living not consider that day sacred to 1
landers couched by C. R Gutter- example here on earth. He
sponsored a WPA project for the i when I tell you I have been a very: Ood 1
Miif. finished with light practice was a devout Sabbath observer
I distribution of these commodities. strict Sabbath' keeper all mv life I
thin week, far a with Jesus .said God "Do
except game misc.lianeousactivities I "Worship
Other My father and mother and all four
K.ntu kv Military\ ? Institute Tuei- I include preparation of social his. of my: grandparents were observers good on the Sabbath day," "Keepmy Dr. Stebbin New Office

Hiv afternoon, which Redland lories of inmates of state institutions -: of the Sabbath before me I commandments for in them ye I Here Well EquippedThe
)lost, 2H- "I K M I. has winter I I with these 1 1institutions think ye have eternal life. The
in co-operation .
wa* raised that w"y I read tie:
qllufo" at Venire Ha ; word 'Lmd memorial.
and the Inspection of..:Bible through hum cover to cover meant new Homestead office of Dr.
Coaih Then J, Blrier'a Homestead I i I licensing of Institution and board-I to study that question from the I Jesus and the Sabbath ore both II B. F. Stebblru In the McCrory Arcade -
( li" rue* pinotli'id foul nhot-' ing homes for children I original source I am now readIng memorial of God's pct creation; has been equipped with the
'11\,d to-' <.
i.,-ppt for II i scrimmage Monday ".."...."...."".- I timer therefore unless you have day memorial of creation. I Among them is an Arneson orthop-

muhtHomi, I read It through more times than If you read Bible and history 'tor with which the muscular Imbalances I

".)( plays! South Broward Hints toHousewives that you are not qualified to cri I carefully and prayerfully and use can be corrected and
High School .it 1 o'clock this after- |,:I ticise what I say on the subject just good Christian common sense cross eyes straightened, Dr. Steb-
oon and If the locals win they i I have also made a thorough study) you will not have any difficultyIn ins said. .
will probably play Miami Edlaon ] of the subject several colleges! knowing what to do or what not I Dr. Stebblns and assistants are
it about 10 p. m. Redland will I through history sacred and to do on the Sabbath. The Sabbath at the Homestead office from S to

play Pompano at 4 p. m. and it fane and from my own pro-I( was made for rest not for 18 p. m.on Thursdays and from 7.30;
that barrier to passed will probably I of over one thousand work or pleasure or amusement, to 10 D m. on Saturdays. His main
meet Ponce da Leon. sometime --.- Therefore hear m* thoughtfullyand but to be kept holy unto Cod as office In Miami at 1209 W. Flagler

tonight I Sheet Ironed from selvage to prayerfully as I have lectured I.[ sacred day with a promise of !street t* now air conditioned. Associated *
Very little hope la held for the selvage have Increased In width as debated and preached on the sub I life an$ blessings for It* with him there' It I Dr. 1..
diminutive locals against the much a* 3 to 4 per cent. At the ject for over twenty-three years observance. Follow your exam W. Stebblns. At the Ingraham
gassy Red Raiders from Miami 'same time the length decreased everywhere. j ple do only what you think Jesus building with the Tumlln Clinic. ,
Edison\: but should that hurdle be from 7 to 6 per cent, partly because "JESUS WAS A SABBATH would do under the same circumstance I Room 416 his associate I II Dr T. .

cleared the Grower will meet the of shrinkage. If these sheets had KEEPER" That Is all that is necessary be honest A. Stebbln 1
winner of the Redland-Ponce game I{been Ironed repeatedly along their I for any Christian to know When Is the Sabbath the Lord' jI
efcrly tomorrow morning.The length they would not have become to follow His example for as He day, Cod' own holy day? The I j

game between Redland and so short lived we are to live also. God Bible says, "From even until even J

Ponce will be a close, hardfoughtgame *"""" I' through Jesus by the Holy Spirit ye shall celebrate your Sabbaths" '
from start to finish. Ponce USES FOR RICEr throughout the Bible continuallysays or from sundown to sundown BIble GROVE:
beat Redland at Coral Gables Friday "The Sabbath .Is the Lord's," I time I b sacred. The Sabbath
night 21.17.UomHte.d With the bumper rice crop this | "The Sabbath was made for I called all through the Bibl.from THEATRE C
lost to Miami Bench year thrifty housewives are lookIng I "The Sabbath Is the Lord's man''I'II. to Revelations, "The sev I COCONUT GROVE
Friday night 28-14 after holdingthe about.for as many ways as I God blessed and hallowed day of the week," not justa Shows 7 and 9 Admission tie
victor scoreless In the third possible to"use the "Oriental ijaff sanctified It for man to keep seventh part of time just any : Matinee Sat. and Sun 200
of life". The bland rice flavorgoes I old time. The Lord's 2to8p.on.
quarterNEW4AROUTE day
Jesus stood for: 1, ; i I
---- --- well with many foods of more :j I rest, 3, blowing; 4 hOIY'1: I God blessed, for man to keep holy, I
: pronounced taste For example! I sanctlflcatlon. The Creator according to all available sacred i Sun.. Mon., Tuei., Mar. 7, S, 6

\ rice with curried meat or fish; I for: 1, creation; rest; 3, Messing; I and profane records, Is from Fri Ruth Chatterton
wttk'fcfeked liver with cheese 'I
; at sundown unto Sat-
day evening
14. holiness; S, sanctiflcatlon The
(Continued From Page( One MM*. The whit flaky rice Is a$000g' I If SABBATH stands for: 1, creation; urday evening unto sundown ,i Walter Huston
I i I
hod been paid, Mayor T. J. Harris .Mfcr contrast to red, 2. rest, 3, blessing: 4, holiness; S, I This Is the seventh-day Sabbath, I in"Dodsworth"
nuked R. E Edwards, o\t1.detft, to f giver yeitows. and browns In' sanctiflcatlon I 'The Sabbath Is the true Lord's day for all the
furnish Chief' of Police 0. H. Sullivan *wr*%.vegetables, and side dishes I world at all times Watch that
with u list of the unpaid ones. Its torture makes U a good carrier time When It comes keep It holy
for Boll gently with the pan uncovered
Severn I hundred dollars most I graviM and stews I as Jesus did. That and that onlyIs I
be expended on new parts for the There are a few rice dishes In until the grains are tender with no I "Sabbath ObservAnce". That Wed., Thurs.. Friday,
: hard center when pressed betweenthe
which cooked stock
the rice It In -
water tank, Gordon Ivey and that only will bring the eternal
city superintendent thumb and finger Drain In March ID, 11, 12
I or In mftk or tomato Juice until
A i reward.Beware.
the Uejulrt absorbed or consideriably a colander or sieve put hot water I Marlene Dietrich
in painting U has caused I of substitutes The Mo
through to separate the grains and
thickened Sometime, as in I
many of the rivets and steel plate pilau the Vice Is first browned In !I remove loose starch cover with a hammedans keep Friday the Roman Charles Boyer"Gardenof
and the bolts that hold them to rust
Mr. Ivev also made salt pork and then cooked In hot I IgrwM clean cloth and set over hot waterat Catholics keep Sunday and In
dangerously back of stove In the Christians are all supposed to
or a warm
Xbn; other materials
for truck for his orj I Allah"In
ii request a new
the Sabbath with his
'mixed oven. The kernels will continueto keep Christ
sauce Ire with It or served i I
department. The eld one hat water 'or meat broth. Chicken swell One cup of rice uncooked disciples the prophets of old, the Technicolor
been driven for 11 years, he laid, I Hebrews, God's chosen people.I
jambotoy la a rice dish In which will yield about I 1-3 cups
but the councilman asked that it
th* rice it cooked In chicken stock of boiled rloe. The rice I. now Are you a Christian Keep Christ
be used for another month because with bits of chopped chicken ready to serve with meat poultry, I Lord's day;the seventh day Sabbath I Saturday, March: 13
of a number of large bills coming through It. Creamy baked rloe I gravy, or sauces, or to put Into the oldest institution in the I Richard Arlen
due this month pudding is cooked from the start soups stews, hash baked dishes, world, kept from that day to this
The problem .4 disposing of muffins waffles curries I in Heaven by alt Cod's angels and
in milk. But, for most rice combinations I omelets
water used for washing potatoesIn the rice u boiled In water or other dishes. For rice patties, Christ and or) earth by all of Cod's "SecretValley"WHEN :
one of the packing houses was until tender and In whole flaky rice ring, and rice croquettes boll sons and daughters who are really 1dH
referred to Mr. Ivey and A. T. over It.The I with less water drain but do not faithful and true to His command-
Webb unitary committeeman.
secret of cooking rice so
that the grains stay whole I to use
SOCIAL \WELFARE For results Leader
lots of w.ter-8 cups of actively use
boiling salted water to 1 of rice. I Enterprise Classified Ads

(Continued From Page Nine) i I -----
mated cost In each county and will c- I :

be released within a few days I' DR. B. F. STEBBINS
The state board of social welfare ,11O'
(Registered Optometrist IS In Homestead) ,
and the twelve district boards yean practice _.
which tupervlse the work In the I We can now render you the same services In our Homestead
:| office that you may get In our Miami offices. We have equippedour Y
67 counties created by the '
were I Honwstead office with the latest of Instruments such as
1135 legislature which passed the Arneson Orthoptor with which we can correct muscular imbalances :
1135 social welfare act for two I and straighten crossed eyes. .. : .

years subject to re-enactment by'' Rooms 6 and 7. McCrory Arcade-Thurs. S:00 p. m. to I:00 p. m. ..: '
the 1937 legislature. The organization Saturday night-7JO to 10:00: p. m. Main offices Miami, 1209
of the district boards was I W: Flagler air conditioned Phones 32313 and 27152. Associate:
delayed until December 1D3J because | Dr. L. W. Stebbln

of the lack of any state appropriation 4/igraham Bldg. with Th Tumlin Clinic. Room 416 phone .-
but the program was I 1....1121).....-Associate.- Dr. T. A. Stebbln, YOU BUY THE UM -K# >H.
finally begun when the financial

FERA resources were and frMsttmd the duties to of the the CLEAN and WHITEN TEETH I at Why risk discomfort and faulty shaves?

with Calox the 1''onlllr.-procIuct! of the world"lar&eseWade
state board. lit addition to It* Oxygen tooth powder whichpenetrate
1 te the hidden crevices between the maker positively guarantee comfort Y
. old successful assistance campaign. to finance with an I I teeth. PUaaant, Refreshing Protects the gum aid rt nomynsit 4 for 1 O 1TUs I double. ,and ,
age program and i* economical te us*.
fiAids from each of the 67 counties A x edge blade I* automatically ground boned V{
the state board, with the TRY CALOX AT OUR EXPENSE mad srroppeJ by special proceM.. It I* Diadeto 'I I
assistance, of the Florida committee What Cabs will do for your teeth I I. easily whisk: through dense stubble without pull m; ia

for human secuftty canyxtjnl j eipens demonstrated Simply by fill DI In la the year coupon own home with: at yore our j Irritation. Enjoy real shaving comfort it d

l ad actively at the lasT name and address and mall. it to us. Yen will I "r price.fhjy$package of Probe Jr.from
for an amendment to the i receive ..twoutefJlree. a test can of CALOX 1 yo* dealt today.
state constitution to permit the TOOTH the powder more andmore

_...._- people are using every day. 1
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AMERICAN LEGION I SL.ilassos a Roars, be, FnlrfifU,c.... PROBAKJUNIOR
Send BM a It Uy trial tl CALOX TOOTH POVDER at ** espeIIM t* ,
I Meet lint and third Werfiwidaf 0M.IwUlylt.
a .. M.. Anwrt.* ttUJ Buse- I II. I
(tow post efflesl Soelh S,.... Are : N.- I BLADES

Hummlead. H*. I .wr.-_ t ioguct et IM voiwt wrest a"ol nuuuPa

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;ltidaj', March 5,1987 THE T.EADER-ENTERPRISE Page Eleven : I
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and 8 p. m. Young peoptes' meet r : =:: '-' "

r tThe Churches ,: Ingat7p.In."What MAT T the.Maraing 1\'eO. _Dressed male I CLASSIFIED ADS ; : 1

1 Christen Should Wear. 4 00 I II JUTE: Flnt tttseMl1 140 a line;; subsequent Iruertktt '

'I p. m.Young people ef the $f a lineFOR
church, with Billy Arthur,
A BAPTIST Cnt'RCMnomest I I Special lectures each Wednesday .
at 7:30 highway ('''''lrm... Evening '
r '*-1'\1. ixev C. N.I out Lent. p. m. through- sermon "Pretbylerlanlsm'. SALEFOR 1 I FOR SALE Finest quality pmiU

W :leer, psitor. Sunday school it j try: product; live or dmaed. W. i

10-a. m Preaching at 11 a. m. EVANGELICAL LCTHIRAM SriRlTU/JUST TfcMPLE OF I SALE 10-acrt 20-year-old B. Caves, 107 N. E. First avenue.

and':30 p. m.; B.Y.P.U. at 7 p.m. TRUTH grapefruit grove. 800 Marsh (pmch S)

Prayer services Wednesday at 81. JohB's-:Rtdland: ; the Rev. I seedless trees, 24 old Taylor FOR SALE Citron fresh t
i or pre
Homestead branch of Miami
Ceo. M. Poth, pastor. Sunday I few Persian ,
T.SO p. MMar. avocado: trees, a served. Tropical tomato mines
Spiritualist Temple Truth In '
school each Sunday at 10 a. n. J.f I lime trees. Holes blasted and
T Morning sermont Woman's Club 410 W. Eighthavenue. : meat and sandwich filling, I
English: service on second Sundayof I
made up for 179 trees. Tenant ;
os. 20c pint J5c. Calamondlns In
Influence of ;
Spreading Men's Bible class and
"The I
each month at :3 m. and Ger-
p. I house. Give away "price': cash /
.Good Deed" evening eer. small Iota 10c qt Mrs. Geo. W.
; nan service on fourth Sunday at OPEN BIBLE down 11200; remainder, 1909
AIR CLASS Kosel Jungle Grow.
nan br the Her. Wade Fineey. *- I 3p.m. i )
i federal land banK mortgage payable -

Legion Park In Homestead or. Incase In 24 yean. Address Grove I,MANGO CHUTNEY Se an os. or I

Mar 10 Prayer Service.. II! METHODIST EPISCOPAL of rain city hall, 9:45 Sunday Owner, Pox 888. Leader-Enter 3V a pint. Jungle drove.

topic "The Wan of God.. morning. Tell others-bring others.! prise. !
Florida City Community Churchthe FOR SALE-Ripe oranges, tangerines .

I Geulda--The !iA''', Noah Peter-. ',- Rev. C. G. Ne e6,'ropaslar. Daughters roll SALE Seedless aWrfruitS grapefruit, fryers, eggsj, ;

sao, patrtor. Sunday school at 10 ', Church school at 10 a. W; preMhmg of America bWh L L qIolMa, 8c quart If! Dr. Shtnklln I Grove, H mile

a, re., pre chtng at If: a. m. and at 7;30 p. m. Mhhteek' prayersand Officiate Visit Here! you pick them jouneB. *!rs west of Florida City. (o30-U> f

t.H Roc., B. Y. P. U. at 0:30 p. m ,I Bible study Wednesday at Eva Collins, Federal highway nt r
service at 7:30: p. m. Wed- 730.: FOR SALE Chayotes 76o aduz.
::;;. Mr. Annie B Harrison of St.1, Biscayne drive. .. Chinese spinach 8c Vi; i,

Redland Community Churchthe -I Louis national counselor of the FOR SALE .- Coconut palm plants tree spinach IJc Ib; lemot.K cede

l CATHOLIC Rev. C. G. Nelson pjstorCiurch Daughters of America Mrs. Clara two feet tell See WinegaU-, dot; okra, market price: ; canAa :5l

' Church of the Sacred- Heart I ; school at 10; preaching at Se-lu-r of Pilttbuig, and Hollywood Woman'i Club road and Mowry jolly Mrs. Geo. W. Koael. Sr., I

S. X.Second avenue, Homestead; 11 Epworlh League at 6.3d. Midweek Fla., nutlonul inside sentinel ave. (pmS) Plummsr Dr. and Redland Md. i,
I prayers and Bible itady,Mrs. Fred Hoelzer of St. Louis ) ,
the:;Rev, James Cloonan, Pastor Thursday at 7:30.METHODIST national repr* enUitivo of, IlUnotat, FOR SALE -- :YOU .. make R. I. RED FRYERS-Live or d.....-
Sunday mass at 9 a. m.; week day l
and Mr. Hoetur who aUmdud I $3.000.011 and up per year if you ed. Free delivery in city. Pitons
mast at 7.4S: dally. Sunday school EPISCOPAL,, I i 63 lM. Plant.
Sunday! following P o'clock mass. a rally of the Daughters of America buy this store for only $350.00plus McEwen Poultry j jI

Communion for women the lint I SOUTH at Blaeayne hall In Miami onWednesday i' Inventory. For full particu-I GUAVA JUICE $1 Per gallon. .
'I of last week had spentlthe lars IN Scherr Feed & Supply ,
I I :.
Sunday of month; for men and I White Stone 'hurth-Home. Store. (fitf) Jungle Grove Redland.
preceding week-end as guest j I
boys, the second Sunday of month.
stead the Rev. A. A. Koeslllne I
Holy hour Thursday before first pastor.; Sunday school at B'30 a,. of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Lelnlnger in : PURE GROVE HONEY-heavy, 'I FOR SALE Gus vis!,flo Ib., only ;;

Friday of month at T:4 J p. m. Mass m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30, Florida City. During their stay I dolicloui. Bring your container I I in small qwo ntlUes' ,. Jungle I j jI

frst| Friday at T JO a. m. Benediction p. m. Junior League at 2:30 p. they visited the Keys, the Honed quart The Sage Grove I Grove, Redland. :
of the Blessed Sacrament County Tropical Fair and other I Kings Highway east of Krome I :
+ m.; HI League 5.43: p. m.t Senior I I CARHSAS. 100 lt CUTTINGS
of d .
Interest In the
after nun. ave j2lllf). '
League at 7 p. m. Prayer meetIng I and SMALL PLANTS for aali. :
Mr. and Mrs. Hoelcer after visitIng ,i II
CllilSTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH' at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday.Mar. I Mrs. Oeo. W. Xosel, Jungle II
for a week with Mr. and Mrs. I LEGAL NOTICES I
I Grove, Hnxltand read and PlumlJISCBLIMNr.OUS -
7 Morning menage: Leininger left for their home Sat-
Florida City-Broadway and I
Sixth stret Sunday school at "RUhteouiness and Peare" urday. The others left for Tampa I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ;j

special music Evening fntt- on Wednesday. TAX DEED ,
9:43 a. m. for pupils under 20 years
at age; morning service at 11 sage by the young people. A (Senate Bill No. 161 File A-HS4) : '.,RS. cafARLorri o. STEBKR, f

o'clock. Wednesday evening tier- special program and candlelight LEGAL NOTICES Notice ii hereby given that J. K. certified Culbeftton. teacher of

vices which Include testimonialsof service. A cordial Invitation Hester holder of State and County contract bridge, yfhrete or rlnMleseoni. .t'

healing and experiences and remarks extended to alL NOTICE or AW DK IMTU 1 FOR TAX Tax Certificate No. 112U issued 1 Getap JCI1II' It"*r' ('''ir-

on Christian Science 8 p. I fare.!. sloth PII/*. IM the Ird day of August A. D. 131. some. See Mr*. Mtber at Mr><.

m. The public is cordially Invitedto -the Silver Rev.Palm H.Community O. Cowan, Church Herrman.NOTICE It holder HEREBY of stets OIVKN and that CouM9rT IIIIrl hat filed same In my office and :, Anna Backer's home at Mode"

attend. CnMflaM MO.JII4 (Waal the Sth dar haa made application far a tax r
Sunday school every SuntS..putor'l nf AttfwM. A. tv IMt, hM filed Mm In mroffha. deed to be tamed thereon. Said I PIANO TUNING 0aw rrpBlrtng. r
Mar 7 Free lecture on a. m.; preaching services and ku mad application for ato. Good used pisiio for tale cheap
id U .b* Nosed lh>rwm. said OwUk I Certificate embrace the following .
Christian Science at .:15 In third and fifth Sundays at .l* ..inbr_ the folli.wii ili .crlbfraatrv < In the I W. E. Koon. ill N. W. SrA !I\.
Neva King Cooper Schoolaedltorlum In.andlp.m. 1.I I Hi the Ommtt of Oxto. SUMFlorid "> described property County 1
.. t...Mt 'I of Dade State of Floilda, to-
Tea and Block t, rnnoM Park WANTED
your Lou 1-K. I
Mar 7 At 11 the Rev. Wit
friends cordially Invited. Pl.t Bouk IS Pw I, In Uw Countr
are Charles Slater of the Oriental <.t Dufe SUM ot riorlda. I, Lot 22, Block II, Realty Security WANTED White housekeeperand
Regular .service lemon-ser ..... mtrt,
Tin MMmwnt of Mid P. > I
"Man". Missionary Society will speak the. sold _rtl,..... wound WM Im tW mm* : Corp., Coconut Grove cook. Phone Mil. (m6-l2))
mon on on his recent tour of the Orient cd Unit...... I I Sutxln., Plat Book 2, page 85. I
Unless MM _If...... hall .k. MI.IIIHAardlnir < WANTED Business and Professional -
CHURCH OF CHRIST and tell of results being M- to ..... tile propMt* ibMilbrdOtmlu 1 I In the County of Dade, Stateof I -
eomplUhe In those fields. will .W Mid to the kl..k"l bidder: Florida. Women'f Club needs site
Homestead-First avenue and Members and friends of the .t the Coo'_ door on the first MMAimr i The assessment of aid property for clubhouse Should be centrally -
I I. Uw month of A".II.811., which. ..i
N. W. Fifth street; T. J. Hunton, church are urged to bear him. the alb day of April. 11ST. under the aald certificate Issued j located since club desires

minister. Bible study at 10 a. m.; At 7:31 Leo Porter will De.... this Ird dir. H.of LEATHERMAN.M.rrk. "S1K. was In the name of: Sady H. Allen eventually to fit up a public restroom

communion fellowship and show pictures of life of Christ. Clork. of Circuit Court I,jet al. and woman's exchange.
preaching at It a. m.; preaching at D.d. County FloridaClr Unless said certificate shall be Must be cheap. Mrs. Ben Archer

7:30: p. m. Prayer meeting Wed Princeton The Rev. H. G. Cowan .uI Court S.11/.l..l.By C. BTKRRETT D C. I redeemed according to law, the I Leader-Enterprise.

nesday at 7:30: p. m.CIIURCII pastor; the Rev. L. G. Adams Ills. .. It, '.. It).I property described therein will be _
WANTED White housekeeper
OF assistant pastor. Sunday school at IN THK CIRCUIT COURT Of THKKIRVKNTH sold to the highest bidder at the ; ;
GOD 10 a. m. and preaching at 11 every JUDICIAL; CIRCUIT Court-house door on the first for general housework. Phone
FOR I>AI>B COUNTY. ID'.1 f26tf i
7:30 AND 522-M, Homestead. ( )
Homestead-606 N. W. First Sunday. Preaching tot : p. m. IN HANORY. NO. 4144. Monday In the month of April

avenue; J. H. Dodscm, minister. on first Sunday of month. JAMES IDA DIAX CROON HUNTKR HUNTER: I>of.I'l.lntlff........., ... 1937, which is the 5th day of April WANTED TO BUY-:Sugar cane,

Sunday school at 941: a. m.; Mar. 7-Pastor will fill his OHIIKR roil KUOATHtN' .i t 1937. mangoes all kinds of tropical

pMfeniflg at 11 a. trt.-and 7:30: p.m., regular first Sunday night appointment ro IDA).DIAL ROSTER (rathtmra ma.known Dated this 24th day of February, fruits and produce. S. Rosen 7

Junlar Y. P. at 1:45: p. m. Prayer Sermon on "The Yon are .......b. required .to appear to tho 1937. E. 135th street New York City.
meeting 730( Bill ot Complaint for divorce filed analnalrou ,
p. m. Wednesday. E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Living Sacrifice". Special In the above .triad .._. on the MkKy
of April, A. D. IMf otkMWIaa the Clerk of Circuit Court, ENERGY and
CHURCH: Music !
llkvaUona. of said Hill will .ka taken M Dade Florida.
I ..hull il "by ,.... County F.ESISTANCEFROM
1I0de.a'l'he Rev. W. J. METHODIST FREE: THIS ORDER to ha published. hi The Circuit Court Seal.
._.._re... for four consecutive
Parker, pastor. Sunday school at I -.... I By N. C. STERRETT D c.1 YOUR FOOD
t.4S: a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. Korid City-Mrs. Ernest War- DOW F>bro.,,. link A. n 1*". (Feb. 28, Mar. S, 12, It WITHOUT GAS OR BLOAT

and 7.30: p. m.? .N. Y.: P. S. and ran pastor. Sunday school i C.elect a. LKATIIERMAN of Clrautt Court !

Junior meeting at 8.30: p. m. 10 a. m.; preaching 11 a. m. and' of M Swim Drnuu Ckrk.Ct to the NodesPursuant as/rlene or s.ah.. .ED CROON 1.1\....' F.11-Tie .P111Ietedicin
I Junior meeting 8.30: p. m.; '] Ct. Snll I at ., abstaining the 1 H." .e
Prayer p. m.; M4 at the Banklnir Art IMI. notion 101 I 1
meeting Wednesday even- meeting 715.: CARR CARR _.....k, street "ay Tha First National Bah H.olt.1.1.. ..II' II...... bowels, .
in64'7:69: p, m.' Young Peoples' kltellon' for PlaintiffiPtk of HfiimoMd. In the else of HomaMaarf 1 i Ton.a bladder la.lti.rat.o lose
Prayer and class meeting 7.30 II. IS. M. .... S, 12)). stated Fkwiaa. hat the liability Import Solon lotion otftlc .lI""".'.'.
ate nalriara of shares ot tu ll..r folia, rtlll'lng Can-
Mar. 7 : upon common
Morning serviceby I SIlpalloaw
: Thursday. THC CIRCUIT COUNT or THC lour InfJinaHI"' ",
Mark ky the imnMona' of -- UM:,
chi Rev. J. E. Redmon, dlstriot IIKVKNTH JI lllriAL (IRTT IN I U. S. Ravlard Bututaa. n .:. =. tot I Ulllouanaa.,, C>e>ai Aridity, and
Superintendent of' the I PENTECOSTAL: : AND FOR PADS COUNTY. FLORIDA Section tt of the Federal Rnarn Act. Hamnulad. I disorders. nlni nrmptonin ,pf 011'.1..
IN ('HAN< rKY. NO.' I7MI.KKHOI.AS I hall IMM on lain t I. INI. wklrh maf .ulrkl davrlo
Florida district and Mrs Red- I Stroud HICHAEI.HON. Plaintiff. r>. I 1, By ender of the .'rd d Dlraalora.I : I Into mara dunaarniia dlaalaaa 1t.1
Goulds-Rev. John H. ALIDA M MM'HAM.WIN, IVfaadnat J. J. MelENDON. Caohlar.. -t rana* Ikai >al>a tsar eawbr.
mom .Ih. j
I pastor. Sunday school at (45: ; Dallas FOR ri BI.ICATIONTO 10.k |..,. '. II') Croon UrOfd end.,.

Evening service by the Rev preaching at 11 a. m. and ':30 p. ALIDA.M. MICHAEUON (naUaneaknownl. '

C..... U Slater of the Oriental ycllt" ." ........ etlee.d be '!rasa b .... I 1----- I'
Missionary Society FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Bill at Complaint for 4l orM Mad ...,... FLUWARNIN
Iou In the above arid .._ on Ika Hk Let Us
N, Y. P. 8. tone rally In lay of April. A. tnlmtk '1 I'.
church, at 6:30. Homestead-RJome avenue at >na of sold lanan na

N. 16th street; the Rev. E. L. Nel- aef.a.d THIS oaDrsTtn ka .....1....... In tnaLaaitrrEntorprho RejuvenateYour .. I
Princeton-tne Rev. C. H. Con- minister. Bible school atm .. stinD.1.4 '
son, : far four rUM aa4 ..!to Thai M "M oa ,
don, pastor. Sunday school at 9.4S; ,; Young people'i meeting at 8.30 Car tray ara taking Red OroM <-orToaM. f .
A. D. 117 ... .
February 10th. awry a..lrulrklr will .bR
preaching at 10:45: a. m. and 7:30 Ladies' circle Tuesday ,.. .
p. m.; prayer sRLXATHERMAN.CI.rb. t .base 6 .. '.
p.m.Junior meeting at 8.30;young at 2:30: p. m. Mid-week prayer ot Clifton Onrt.Br tits' 0,141, r&.90111,
M. SWIFT, Deputy Clart.Id. ...- ... '
people'i meeting at '::30. Prayer service Thursday at 7 JO p. IlL O. *WI.I Wood Work Red ,.ItTook. r
meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. I 110 a. m.: preaching at II a. m CARR a CARR. Fender cress" on .
Salatsm tor Plaintiff.IFh., Body Repairs 01.-. .. limas t
I I It I' M. Mar I, Is). .- ........ -, t 1 1a
EPISCOPAL: Tops and TrimmingSeat ."... Mee.A. ,
gas beoil. 1 1eras.
St Joha'-s. J:. Second avenue I Am 0/as Cover .. act .else

and Fourth street, Homestead; the I ..d. en of. :.:so.ewe.set..Asa aras NE\VT G. BALL .i i! ISIS TONIO. S. H ACtlOM.. UTROrlO S. Stolao 0 IL5.ra.kulM I: 1

Rev. MUton B, Sackett, vicars euweAnYSaaFle" Painting I end blood falls for omrumrailMtaoa. ,
-OUI7 Pnbtle ..M.Ulrlka .
tmi't plop .till. a
Morning prayer and sermon Sundays "
Tt.a and fin "fall
beck mt 'ow
at 1:00; holy communion every FiRE IXSIIIA.NCC AND tha SWAT ACTION at Had Draai
Sunday' at 7.30 a. m. andVlrstSunday I :- r.: .s.- "l'DRElJ LINES I i'i Art's Paint Shop !: Car Tania. tti at Sumo il M

ot month at 11:00: ; other U !t. KSVUM Are I II f M ulalt arroallra aW nWM-wr vraaf
DIXIE DRUG I I' nMrxaHM Oak Rid 4'.0fa
UM la
holy days at 10:00 .. m. Young GIIE '
Ml N. KftOMI A\ >k|.t 00... (Voj IU.Cr and Ao4 1 '
Peoples' Service League, Sundays RexaH Store 'y'WAiiTt' 1 >(a V'''a ,Ji 1OIo iaw r ,y.stns7rt1p ,
..&tm. ](, .""' "t ..7*' 'l.1"u: .I DS.r.AY: I. .

Os -f '1 'I ',1' 4!__ ,..,.., I I .;lI.f'; >

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Pare Twelve THE LEADER- ENTERPRISE Friday, March 5, 19.17

(Continued from Page One) PURE
Caves treasurer of the pool committee
who announced the (tddlcn -! TOMATO JUICE
Inf contest The high,which school ho U entertain oranlt-I o a / APPLE JELLY.

ment wu, announced by PrIncipal 3 Ig. cans_ ... 25c
L.B.Sommen. I 2 lb. jar u__. 25c
At conference of committee)
member after the meeting, plans ANY BRAND I
were nude to organize a series of
high-powered diamond ball games -; MELBA HALVES
and to put on tome Saturday night I
money- railing forms of amusement -'
AIM In prospect benefit dance to be given by they Fri. and Sat. Specials
Junior Woman'i Club of Home-,
stead at well a* other dances to cans un 22c No. 2% can ..19c
be sponsored by the committee it-
self U other sponsors are lacking.In .
addition subscriptions to the,
fund women from In public all =cne'b: and i Monarch Coffee. can 29c
County will be aought I

Townsend Club Will Not I
Hold Special Meeting I BROOKMAID Premium BULK Hershey's. Concentrated

Due to changes hi the time and I PURE Corned Beef SUPER SUDS
place of the fourth congressional
district ToneS board '
tion, the meeting planned conven-I' PRESERVES SUGAR COCOA Large pkg. -.z
urday night In Legion park will I HASH : :
'. not be held. I Fruit Bowl ....
The regular meeting will be held "
on Sunday, March 14, at theNeva 2 lb. jar u 3ge 1 lb.can .. 15c 5 lbs. .... 27e 2 lb. pkg..2ge both for ."21c
King Cooper School

j't!I't Snowdrift FREE Dish! 'IT don 3 Ib. can 65cPILLSBURY'S

1 SUN CRAFT' Pure Gold

PAYMEHTw 1 GOLD MEDAL CANE SYRUP, % gal.can ...on 35c Plain w Belf-Ualng

BILK FLOUR101b.bag..45c

FLOUR51b.pkg..29c MEAL or GRITS, 5 lbs. ..--..... 19c

WHOLE GRAIN 20 lb.bag..... SSe

KIC po un d s................ 29c
I .!
TomatoKetehup BROWN SUGAR, 4 Ibs. ......... 2Sc Salad Dressing


2 Iff. bottles.25c FOOD, 1 lb. an ............ 5c qt. jar .,.?.:. 25c

... Golden RipeBANANAS RED BLISS N. B.Co.'s CAMPBELL'S Lady Grace
) jjfs

\ POTATOfCRACK; RS Tomato Soup3cans..25c


5 lbs. .... 15c pkgs. .. 25t
3 lbs. .... 13c rt. ...... 19c

LAMB DRIED APPLES, lb. ........... 19c WESTERN \

itt-mwt'tttt Shoulder, lb. 15c Sweet Potatoes, 5 Ibs __... ..... 19c

StEWART Stew, Ib ....- lOc CRYSTAL WHITS lb. ........_. 25c


i NV OYSTERS COFFEE, (fresh ground), lb..... 21c
N.w sytp hac.
** 010<<0s Standards, qt. ... 59c
'at.a Extra Selects, qt.......75c SUPER SUDS, 3 pkgs. _........_ 25c Ib. .......... 22c

*.lr :.: \,Tsuess"sNsst Picnic Hams SI, Ib. 23 C.


No otbct refri jerator,at toy pcice.
.gets you w much fix your wool

. la coaYe&wace,U economy,lad.pendabafty. .*. lb. ...... 35c lb. ...... 30c 2 lbs. .... 35c Ib....z.:- .25c Ib........16c
Be lair to TOM pockttbook
-iee the new Sttwirt-

Redland VCaroer today Ie Appliance, COUNTRY ROLL BUTTER, Ib. 39c

TnIlPROX' M nKWTiAO. n.1'

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