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 12, 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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AKP5867 ( NOTIS )
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Homestead leader
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Homestead enterprise
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Homestead leader-enterprise


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Little or No Rain Damage' Oberammergau'i Peter I
Done South of PerrineA Visits in Florida Ctr: : ;

torrential downpour of rain Adolph- ';plays the part of I

VOTCFORFULL Monday that extended from Miami FOX BOUNTY' IN: Peter la the Passion Play at Ober-I TO BE MOVED
to Perrine damaged crops ammergau--.visited at the Shank-
greatly within that area, but repeated ,Un grove in Florida City Monday [
showers and drizzles In the forenoon. In response to an Invitation
CO-OP POWERSI Redland District have done little NEXT BUDGETHomestead : given by Dr. Lloyd C. OFF
harm except perhaps to old tomato Shanklin in Miami Sunday he set KROMEw

vines tttat went about "pick out on toot Monday morning and

ed out" anyway was picked up by a passing motor-I w

Packing House as )Well &81! Both the Highland section below Future ': ist who took him to the grove I II Transfer of $9,000 to Light

Marketing and Advertising I I Florida City: and the glade east ers' Request Farm-I' Adolph, "the nature man" Plant Authorized by
!of Homestead, Florida City and I he calls himself la six feet a'i
Wanted BoardGENERATnUNT Public Works
Goulds have no water problem by 'Inch tall and weighs aOl: pounds.1

L'UIE ,yet farmers said yesterday, but His hair and beard are wavy, long i
AVOCADO: MEN the farming plots southwest of SEEN and dark. Sven: In cold weather I WOULD ELIMINATE[ 1

ASK BINDING PACT I Royal Palm State Park and on the NEED IN MEAN TIME Adolph costume consists of I') PALM TREE SHOUTS

I west Tamlaml Trail are well underwater shorts shirt, Jacket, sandals and

Non Breakable Contracts ,I County. Agent C. H Stetfanl Quail Fast Thinning Out, knapsack.: I II 200 Poles to Be ReplacedIn

Viewed Vital to said yesterday that hot sunshine Poultry Raided in I fruits He eats and abstains raw vegetablesand from meat. t I City; Rural Lines

SuccessA after so much rain would undoubtedly DaylightBy To Be Improved
Most of his time Is spent actingin ,
have resulted- wilted tomato -
moving in Hollywood.
co-operative! association with plants, but fortunately the Paul .haakll pictures An additional JJ.OOO will l'I" expended ,,
constitution and by-laws pattern sun had discreetly kept behind A bounty on foxes will probablybe In improving Homesteads ,
e4 after successful California coops clouds most of the time following provided In next year's county municipal light and power lines as
that have found out how to the rain. The rain has not hurt budget as a result of a visit paid FIDDLERS TO VIE the result of authorization I't CCllv.ed -

keep their members In the told, potatoes any, he said. the Dado County commissioners : by the city this week to truiisfcr i

with profitable results for the Tuesday by a committee from the I TONIGHT AT NEVA that amount from a PWA appropriation '
member,was the choice of a mass i Homestead chapter Future Farmers I for repairing the municipal -

meeting of growers of limes, avocados "BUBBLE S'V1NG"SATURDAYNITE of America. A proposed bounty I water linet. ,
and mangos in the Redland on wild cats advanced by the Future I COOPERMHOOL The transfer has long been
school auditorium lad Friday Farmer did not receive the sought by the city because of
night. About eighty-five growers! same approval although the com further needed replacements In

were present mittee suggested that a bounty ofat I String Band Also on Program the electrical distribution system
The organization committee appointed 1ST POOL DANCE least fifty cents would be ad- i considered more important and
at a conference of prin- visatte Arranged by C. J. urgent than the originally net-up ;

cipal growers held several weeks! I The depredations of foxes and Caves for PoolA item for water line improvements.One .
ago la Homestead was continued I wild cats on quail and poultry
:Motif and Theme Song to of the Improvements that a
in existence to draft the desired IB South Dade are the real reason
, type of constitution and bylawsfor Feature Each Eventin for the Future Fanners' active interest program of string-band music will be made is the movingof
the primary line. on
presentation at a man meeting Series In taking measures to reduce by Kensey Watts and his Virginia, Krome avenue to power the alley one
of the; the ranks of the four-footed bird
growers Mountaineer will auPpJemeDt the .4\t,,Kmme,Inert fir.
hI It "nIr.e.nraltll which 'ColAlva .< vfht tin t'o l fserlw Of six'dance' mere WWW-watting forth Monty .
of the the
line by royal
old time fiddlers' contest to be given culling
.I Let Is chairman, outlined for the benefit of the Homestead to provide the bounty, the local I
I palms along the sidewalk in the
tonight In the Neva King Cooper
two plans which could be followed:I swimming\ pool fund ,,11be given chapter advocates general bunt or
residential sections of Krome i
School auditorium for the benefitof nvenue
one for advertising marketing and hunts. By surrounding an area
Saturday: night at the Homestead ,
th Homestead swimming and burning! the palms by
co-operative packing, and the ,Country Club by a Redland District five or ten miles square with a 1
fund. Mr. Watts will act as escaping electricity has been a ,
other for advertising and marketing Chamber of Commerce Committee large number of men armed withsticks
master of ceremonies, it was announced source of damage and trouble ever
and who would
only The growers chose the working la cooperationwith shotguns
J since the palm trees tall
first plan. Monday the committee the joint swimming pool com close In with plenty: of noise from yesterday by grew
:Caves, treasurer of the Joint swimming I enough for their fronds to wave
met and discussed the set-ups mittee of the Redland District civic accompanying hounds a large
; the wires the
pool committee who is arranging against Moving line
of various existing strong organizations.The share of the pests could be got rid
a block east will not onlj eliminate
and made plans to get CO-OJII'I I chamber of commerce committee of, members of the chapterbeliive I' the event Admission '
this but will also
10 and 25 cents. trouble rear
their constitutions and by-laws inorder composed of Paul Loaner, especially In a period of I' 1'1 the of
to select the best points of I'I Mrs Carl TweedeU and Mrs. I. high water when the foxes: would I The fiddling contest is open 'and wires main drag' unsightly poles

each. M. Froscher, will plan and supervise -; (Continued on Page Twelve) all, Mr. Caves pointed out. He This will be done in the
It It believed that 75 cent urged that any person who can process
per five dances of the series The: of 200 old with
of the lime, avocado and mango sixth will be an invitation affair, I fiddle bring his fiddle with him replacing poles new
I roles which sound but
growers will tome into the new sponsored by the Junior Woman' VOTE CHANGESFISCAL I to the auditorium tonight and i are shorter than required for city
co-op if It is made strong enoughto Club of Homestead In accordancewith enter the .contest Due to extraordinary
lines will be used i lr
power rebuilding
keep members from backsliding. plans previously made by demands on his time
that organization for a pool benefit -I' YEAR OFDISTRIcrC.OFC.1 st this season of the year, Mr !, municipal the plant.LOCAL country. lines 'if the

dance at the Log Tavern. Caves has not been able to scour

GIRL 4 SUFFERS Tomorrow nights dance at the district for fiddlers as he I
(Continued On Page Four) would have liked to do and feels he
may be missing some hidden LIONS TO
2 BREAKS OF ARM : talent.
[Income Tax Office Open Resumption Road Lighting
"Entries be made to I
IN AUf CRASH At Night Now in MiamiThe af Rural Cornersto p. m. at the auditorium," he said.

Be SoughtThe Just tell the doorkeeper you wantto
office of the deputy collectorof play In the contest, and he will CAMPAIGN

Mrs. Wm. Musselwhite internal revenue in the Miami fiscal year of the Redland see that you get entered at once"I I
post office building will remain District Chamber of Commercewill
will be by volume of
and 2 Children Injured open until 1 p..m. today and tomorrow I begin April 1 rather than In applause Judging received by the various "Every Dime Goes to Miami -

:Monday Morning and until midnight on October, according to a change contestants, and prizes will be I Branch," Board
Monday, the last day for filing made In the by-lawa Wednesdaynight warded.
Mary Lou Musselwhite, 4, suffered 1838 Income tax returns, according Member Declares

cuts, bruises, and compound to an announcement made last There will be a campaign for I
fractures of the elbow and wrist, week. The night sessions began more members during the remain- First. 1936 Conservation : Redland IIt.rt-- f aril helpIn

and her two-year-old brother. March a, In order to take care of der of this month and an electionof Checks Arrive in Dade!I a campaign to raise WO.Ooo for
Wm.. .Jr, known as "Bubble," I the final rush of taxpayers who officers will take place April the southeastern branch of the
suffered minor cuts and was wish to avoid the delinquent annual Children's Home Society of Flort
pen 14 The meeting date was !
I The batch of checks for 1838
knocked unconscious when theywere altlea.I also changed from October to tint Ida It was decided at the weekly
I loll conservation benefits was received
thrown to the street through dinner Tuesday night
I April. The present membershipswill by County Agent (,
a door opened by the Impact ef a 'Trustee Election to Be / extend until April 1, 1838, it C. H. yesterday Steffanl for distribution Uon George L. Swan of aver
collision betwewen the car driven was agreed. With the membership Palm who Is a member M tie boar4of
... by their mother and one driven by i Held in Dade April 13 coming during the height of among the growers Who The participatedIn checks received governors for the home told t
Stanley 0. Coad. Homestead aviation the season rather than at the beginning program little about the good work of the
total f 4.000 the
mechanic, Monday morning I Trustee and mUlage elections a much larger membership lowest yesterday cheek le for flO and ; the society In providing homes for
Mrs Musselwhlte.efcaped with :will be held In the various school \Is anticipated, homeless children. Iwry dims ,
minor' Injuries and cuts but she 'tax districts of Dade County 'on Mrs. Tweedel reported /InterestIng highest for raised here; goes to this branch,? 1 I
suffered from shock. Coed April It, according: to notices sent Inquiries<< that bevy come tj i The amount represented fat the he said In refuting rumor that
was not Injured. Neither car was :out by the county board ut public the chamber of commerce office first shipment ef checks is only some of the money collected for I t
beyond repair instruction, this week.: where'she le desk secretary She __fourt" of the total that WIll 'the home annually: In the Miami .,
.sa)4 I wIs drivingnorth Three trustees who have chargeof win make similar reports at all be distributed, Mr. Stettanl said area ghee out Of, the community.Five .
I, on N. W. Second avenue and I school property and make future meetings, it was announcedby Work sheets for the 1837 soil build- hundred dollars has bees

Coad was driving Mast on N. W. ,recommendations regarding local the president Ben Archer ng program are expected next .set as the amount which the Red
Ilto street C :4'. car struck the conditions In the schools, are elect Resumption of road intersection week, he said, and growers' woe land District sfeoUld contribute to

rear right lender of the Mussel- ed by each district, Polling places lighting in rural sections of the wish to participate:; benefits forMs the campaign budget, He said
white car"" It was almost pastthe an generally located in a school district will be sought by.a com- year should go to the county Sam Davis, X. L. Lawrence, the .
1 intersection. Both cars ware I house of each district The polling mittee composed of W. P. Cash, agent office and fill Out the re I Ret. Harley Core, W. 0 Tab r' ,

i' turned around In the oppoiite direction place e| District 9, which com- chairman, O. B. Parker and T :Z ,urged work sheets. bolt, the !LtC N. Walker
by the Impact. 'prises Homestead and Florida City, Kirby" Mr Cash reported that The Soil Conservation Association : and Charles Cot were appointed

J All victims of the accident were will be in the Neva King Cooper the county had maintained the I of Dade County will be organized by Mr. Swan to dlttrilK pledge
reported doing well yesterdsy. School building at Homestead. light until four years ago. Merck 31.t (COIIt I'JICl M FBI Three>)>
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Pare Two -. THE LEADER EVTERPRISBFriday, March 12, 193-7

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DICCLANAIIAN I Sunday school and church work ? TOPIC'SM I| Gene Jernfran\ Drops !'Washing and Ironing ; !

and helped when to orgaalae he came the to Homestead First Baptist *_SERMON" *N9MMMM<...... MM.Mt tlMMIMHim....4BAPTW Early Morning|1. : .( Demonstration TodayA ,

DIES Church of Homestead and CHI H '
Seized by stomach pains to I
j for many year was Mi.14 Morning sermon washing and ironing demonstration *
I which he had been subject for '
dent of its Sunday will be given In the showroom
"Where Does the JudgmentBetlnT" 40
RlPfril1ten-j some time, Gene Jernlgan. weD '! 4
llomestead Pioneer Movedto ,'Ite moved to Bowling evening sermon: ''known auto mechanic of 'Homestead of Redland Appliance, 20S
| came superintendent The One Who Forgives" IN. Krooie avenue, this afternoon ,
died at 2 a. m. yesterday
Bowling Green Several l tist Sunday school there and serv- Mar. 17 Prayer service within IS minutes ..fter'the j tat 2:30. Saturday afternoon at the .
Years actively In conducting! it and hour and Saturday
Ago led topic: "Oar Shepherd. attack woke him. He dropped night at _
I leading the singing until three!! 10 o'Clock. .
dead a* he went into the bath room
Funeral service for Samuel (,. week before his death. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: to seek refletFuneral : Electrio washing,mt'ironing appliances ,
McClanahan 13, an early settler I Although Mr McClananhan had Mar. 14 LeawaxerneM .. services. will be held/ati :carried in stock ty .

In the Redland District and one of:been -declining health,his sudden topic!,"Sabstanee. *. :'.,', .' .. I :30 'p. m. Sunday 1n the First I land Applidnoe'viltl; be.used in%. '
the organizer of the Homestead i death came a* a demonstration."Home .
:4toM':: t Baptist Church of Homestead wjth J
Baptist Church,were held In Bowling -I Immediate family Mr HOMESTEAD METHODIST 1 I. ,
I the Rev 'C: N. Walker In' charge laundering:win solve (he ;
Green, Fia..-Sunday, March T,j I I Holcomb had scarcely left the room Mar. 14i Mentog **e- Burial will be Iff Paint Cemetery i problem of how to attain botheconomy
He died at his home In that town after his hearty greeting to them sage "Partnership !. Other at NaranjaFranci I and sanitation l ins this
on March 4, just after greeting before they were called back to Men Sins" special music. Eugene Jernlgan 'wai important item of the budget .
family -
ill IOII-tn-law.and daughter, Mr.] find he had suddenly breathed his Evening aaeesaget "H -PNk. born In Sylvester Cs.. and camp to :-sail *,"1\' .bone] pro;xlitor '.
and Mn 3 M. Holcomb of Homestead last ed Husband and Foolish I
I At of Kedland
Homestead 20 year agd. that Appliance, "and It. I Ie
who had arrived at hit bedside Surviving him are: his wife,
Wives" good music.
; Specla' '
I time of his death he was in the to'bring .this before the house
In response to telegraphed Mary S.. a brother J. L. McClana seals will be reserved for henpecked I '
slmploy' Redland Motors, that
Inc wife we are giving this complete
summons from other members of han of Los Angeles, four children, husbands.SILtER .
1 For several year*' he and George demonstration Friday and .t.
the family. Howard S. McClanahan of Key
The services were conducted at West Mrs Cleo Shade of Ottawa, PALM METHODIST I'iChinnera now foreman of Red- Saturday ,
the Bowling Green Baptist Churchby Kansas, Mrs. Helen Keith of Manhattan Mar. 14 Morning the land Motor repair shop, conducted I I
the Rev. O L. Bradihaw of Kansas. and Mrs. Holcomb Rev A. M Vivien of Philadelphia I a garage business of their own i iI I Ii Badminton Tournament
I He was regarded at one of the
Wauchula in the absence of the of Homestead Attending the who will speak on the
i For II. II. S. Boy EndsThe
mod competent auto mechanic In
pastor, the Rev. O O Halt Assisting funeral were Mr. and Mrs Hol- great pyramids: ef Egypt; I
: were the Rev T R Judah of comb Mr. and Mrs Howard S. Mc evening: first of series of lee- I the county I I
I widow tare by Fred T. Barnett of He leave his wife Emma Louise, badminton tournament it
Bowline. Green and the Rev E. H.Vice Clanahan, the ion Bryan
end five children: Gene Jr. Ruth |the local achool
formerly of Miami. Music Ray Edwin and Neatwood Cur- Lakeland who will speak each I I walt com-
evening during the week at Emma, Chas. C., Paul and Mary 1..1|(I pleted. this week: in the boya phyvleal
"...* furnished by the choir of the rlngton of Bowling Green, Tampa
ttr Homestead arid a brother and education claase Both.
1 45p.m. single*
church and Mn Amy Seller'sSunday Wildwood and Miami, respectively : I
r three sisters whole addresses are and double
school class 'of 14 junior and her lister Mr*. Clara.Mar were played The
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN not yet known. tournament has been in pxegre
DeLand. .
tin of
girl* assisted with the floral offer.
Mar. 14-Morning worship: I for the past three week:Mid the
Ingi, which were many and beautiful Mr*. McClanahan, the widow,
Interment was at the Bowling I will make her home with her son, "The Benefits' or. Giving". At FLORIDA CITY COMMUNITY final were played Mondayand .
Green cemetery. Bryan Currlngton at his home 8.30 Po'". young people of Mar 14 Home coning. ;;Tuesday of this week Badminton -
of Green. the church it Ith Billy Arthur services at 11 a; m. and T:Stp. was Introduced at-the' achool this -
Mr. McClanahan was born in Bowling
a* highway chairman. Even. r m. In honor of twenty-first year and It has proved very pop
Indiana in 1854 and moved with "'I
Ins worship; "Presbyterian- anniversary of the church.' ular because it I* not a difficult
hit parent to Kansas In the late60's. i Mrs. Luna J. Aughtry Dies "
lam Covered dish luncheon. Continued
( on Page ThreeFMna
He was by nature a pioneer I At Home W. S. Burkhart'I : }
and enjoyed overcoming the hardships r
that accompany the settlement I Mr Luna Jones Aughtry of
of a new country. He tooka Goulds died Tuesday, Mar I, at
homestead In Kansas In 1905 and I the home of her son-in-law and Ntr
came to Florida in Kit and settled '{ daughter Mr. and. Mr. W. S.
In Homestead. H* was one of the Burkhart, after a brief Illness
early settler] to plant grapefruit: i I Mrs Aughtry who was 78 years
and when the avocado was new In old, was born In Covlngton Ga
Florida he saw for It a future and She had lived In Gould four Years 9 sleMeen
act out several avocado II'Ove'.1 I The body will be tent by Turner
For the last few years he has beef Funeral Home to Columbia, S. C. A
engaged in growing strawberriesat Mr*. Aughtry leave besides her
Bowling Green. 'j I I daughter, Mr*. Burkhart, son,1
Ha was always an organizer In W. E. Aughtry of Columbia s&Zt&ts

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(Registered Optometrist It yean practice la Homestead) I I 7it 00"Tal

4 We can now render you 0' : same services In our Homestead I t/n 7J
office that you may get in Miami office W* have equippedour
Homestead office with the latest of Instruments such a*
I Arneaon Orthoptor with which we can correct muscular im
balance and straighten crossed e'eI. I

I Room 8 and T, McCrory Arcade-Thurs. S:00 p m. to 8:00 p' m.
I Saturday night. -T:30 to 10:00 p m. Main office Miami, 1209 I I
W Flagler air conditioned. Phone SJ31S and 27152. Associate, 1
Dr. L W Stebblns. I

Ingraham Bid,. with The Tumlin Clinic. Room 418, phone I s.twe

.1121:1.: Associate!. Dr_T;. A. Stebblns. -- __ __ _I aat


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the importance of, diet in relation to


You know that if you eat right, selecting

clean, wholesome, healthful foods, you will
: have health.
greater vitality-better

j Give your grove the benefit of your

u knowledge; an opportunity to do better.
: 60-honepower Ford V.8 engine Best of all, the Ford "60" is jnit as

There are 10 elements that have been prov.en was first developed for Europe where big and -jUlt handsome
roomy: ,
to be essential to normal plant growthin
addition to Nitrogn, Phosphoric Acid and fuel coati are high. Two yem usage sturdy and safe---as the famous 85-

Potash. Feed your trees a balanced diet and there proved its unusual economy horsepower Ford V-8, And it sell at

observe better quality, better yields. When the 60" came to this country 'the lowest Ford price in years. .

SOILADE, in addition to the guaranteed this year, the Ford Motor Company If you want a big car for a small

Nitrogen, Phosphoric Acid and Potash made no mileage claiml-w.ited. for budget-a car you can drive with pride

analysis, carries substantial quantities of facts written on American roads by and profit-see the thrifty "60"l1f soon I

these so-called: minor but essential elements.A American drivers. ''

COMPLETE PLANT FOOD Now Ford "60" owners are reporting I

averages of 22 to 27 miles on a gallonof

SOILADE Inc.LOCAL gasoline. That makes it the most 7

REPRESENTATIVECARL economical Ford'car ever built I


Homestead Florida S. Flagler Ave .


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'.., ., Friday, March 12)) 1937 THE ENTERPRISE Pare Three

II)1 Summary Shows II. H. S. Cagers. -- Miami-Edison Wins I I alee Club Milks directed and accompanied by Mr*. Marlartt by-!I Badminton Tournament :

,f: L I With 559 Points to Opponents' 547 Eighth District IIi Mill Virginia Frlck sang For IL H. & Boys End.

A resolution discussed at a recent

Homestead High School closed a nucleus for next team j[ Cage Tournament meeting which asks the (Continued From Page Two)
I year* Dad County board of commissioner game yet It 1* Intensely interest
: Hs basketball season Friday with t plus the other boy on the squad I to make ing. It is fast and requires exceptional
1 tight victories to Its credit, ends year and new recruits, next )| Both Homestead and Redland negro* children tome who provisionfor are convicted skil at time The-
fourteen losse The schedule :;year will see Homestead High with Is
Hlglv School basketball team toil In the Juvenile court WM game played with a net five
was perhaps one of the hardest consistently Improving team. out in the quarter-finals of the adopted the recommendation feet high. A racquet I* used a* in
and most ambitious In the historyof i This year' quad consisted of eighth district tournament held it of the board of directors tennis, but In place of a ball. ,
the schoolNearly all games i two senior, three Junior and five Miami Beach Friday and Saturday The profit netted from the Lions shuttlecock: having feathers on one
were close and tnterestlna through sophomores, with only one season end and a cork tip on the other
Club lunch stand at the Dad
out.For I ed regular from the previous sea I Homestead was tripped up, 30- I* wed The fOrk tip hold the
the first tlmrln the historyof son. With Charles Little Pierre :0, by Miami Edison, the tournament County Tropical Fair was $110.08.I feathers firmly and acts as a baser
the school a road trip was !,McDaniel, William McMlchael and winner after having won !.I the committee reported. I for striking the miss]. across the
scheduled, and games were played Martin Bishop to start the season from South Broward High SchoolIn I net Instead of being played by
with Cocoa and Robert J:. Lee I next year, and with Harvey Rue, I the first round 30-25 Redland !I! Fred Barnett to Speak I game, a* tennis is played badminton
Senior High School and Andrew Randolph Caves, Noah Peterson i lost to the Flying Eaglet from FortPierce ( I* played by points.
Jackson Senior High School In ;]and Roy Martin close on their '" 28-27, In a close, hard- I I I At Silver Palm Church About ninety-eight boys competed
JacksonvilleCocoa was defeated i[heel It thought the team will I I fought fame that was undecided I I in the tournament, The winners .
by II most uneven score, and Ret off : a winning I streak earlyJ I 1 until the last minute Redland won Fred Barnett of Lakeland, Fla, of the first, second, third and '
although the local boys had to bow In the season. ''from Pompano In the opening' will live one of a series of talks on I '
to the two Jacksonville teams, I A summary of the season Just,'|' round, 2610.McMichael. "Christian Stewardship" every \I singles.
they made a very creditable showIng past has been kept from game to I was the surprise .cor-I night next week, beginning Sun I this week to determine the championship
In both Instances I' day, at the Silver Palm Methodist .
i i game to enable every boy to see ing star of the Homestead ,
A still more difficult scheduleis for himself his own Individual with 15 points In the two lam..j Church it wa announced Wednesday ,i Tom Collins, the winner of the
In store tor next year, with both i I record, a* well a* the team record j'!: Little big center and by the pastor the Rev. H. I first period was matched against
Jacksonville teams coming here This summary showed how the '' Homeitead talkative little guard,i' O Cowan. : Roy Martin of the third period
,nd' a proposed road trip to the"i 1 dividual could better his own 'I were effectively mothered by the, Mr. Barnett was educated and I I'William McMlchael of the second h
;.West Coast, with gamer with Tarn I thr team-...- Charlie- m-I'I Edison defenae trained for the profession of law '. period played J. T. Godwin of .,
pa St. Petersburg,. and' HUI*. 410, high point man with! ] Greenwood was the spark plug and practiced It for a number of :fourth period. These matches
.bosxnwhr bv'addition to "ten*.In!to this credit, Was dol owed __ kof:the..Redland attack, and click I year, but gave It up on account were played off In the finals.
ihictttstsfefe ,The._'rt* *wffl Smith wttb'116. Kerrev MaDarsirltsas.thM.tvatha66 ed ; point in the two games. of bad health. He then became William McUlchael defeated 1
.'.. Ae 7Meyls+r .Gaw dl.esrspetttiorl.riletlretseag'tb.oatap'tt point..ChMUs,1Little 1 Graham and. Campbell also played. associated wwltk the general boardof Roy Martin for the championship
....-. -.. .*'JlIIIt ton'ire*, throws w U. -. lay activities of the Methodist oithe- all J
> Alt) wHlmllea t e with. 3e. follow** ttytEarrSrtJthwftb : Episcopal ChufcK; but had to surrender In the doubles Carson Malcolm ,
ills:=SmWklM the' .SO. TlWtoaiaX *4* whl I ... that connection also because end.Eugene Scherr, winner of she
f" .! '. '1&71o".ot.PdkerW/nt, It ja-f 1A1['toe*** SU.palate.; against( HIecorad. I .LIONS. of hi* health.. Now while tint period, forfeited to J, T t3od-
a.', ; that ,wiMi four, zesutasa.bach a .by M*opponent f :. : recuperating he U giving hit time win and Charles Connor wtnnensla
f to the churches of his denomination the fourth period LUbuns I
't 1.4. ,Goals Goats: Totally. Joatb.Petit....'.'.t Continued From Page One) < In speaking oq some phase of Nixon and Wade Smith wismera
-. Oame Made' Missed PCt o'Mads' Missed-pct. .Foul"t 5 *sods among: residents! of this are*, Christian stewardship each day of the second period,-played Hurry.
Smith, 22 U 145 23' SO f7 ill"o 116'Little Upon them win be recorded prom. I Mr. Cowan describe Mr. Bar Pierce and Henry Dodaon, win.*
: 22 83 151 211 38 U 45 21' 180 (see of donation In one sum or In I nett as an exceptionally strong ners of the third period. Wade
McDaniel 22 33 131. 20 ,23. ,.111 115 52 88. installment throughout the year. ,speaker who will be t "source of Smith and Ltlburn Nixon won the
McMichael 22 21 87 111 8 15 38 U 48 | Willard Hubbell of the Miami !profit and pleasure to those who I match and continued on to the
M. Bishop 111 12 70 15 7 15 S2 22 U I i Lions Club showed motion picturesof ,hear him" 'championship by defeating J, T
Dukes West" 20 14 U 25 4 6 40 25 32 the air journey of three Mlmlans i Young people from Redland 'I Godwin and Charlie Conner,
Caveer 11 4 12 24 4 II at It 11 to the Lions convention at High School are expected to furnish Altogether there were about
Rue 10 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 I Mexico City last summer. special music Sunday evening ninetv-flve match games In s.nik
Peterson 'Q 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 : The Hem -. cad High School and flit in the doubles
R. Martin 0' 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ----- -..
Total 22 218 8114 21 124 187 40 2M559

I PPONENT9,. :3U 769 21 'i 119 170 41 274 547 HERE MILLIONIffisc

Average) tntal'f gq rays: liom',1erd 25 9.22; opponents 24 19-22
T : '.hrtm'S: nomcsteiid, 311. opponent, 908 1935
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i TBELEADER-ENTERTR1SI: January Social Security Tax l\'lay-Be \ '1 SABBATH'OBSERVANCE II Fridays lit Recwlead. Paid This Month\ Without Penalty .-_ r

Fla.. ky the loath Ode .
-- I II. By Dr. William Dunlop I for -or hlp.
rvklbalM c.. : EDITORS NOTE: This to the In my judgment It I II not only *x.
Do tend return or remittances
Jacksonville Mar U--Emplo, rapt fU I of a eerie of article on pedient and wise, but highly prof-
D. C., to
BEN ARCHES _. .. EdltMMAUOfttE en art reminded by the to Washington or i Sabbath observance sooruored :table for thoM who follow the dU
LEACH ARCHES sioner of Internal ... the Social security board. by the Redland District Ministerial :,vine injunction, "Remember the
Associate EdltM federal aortal security' tax COIIImta-1 4. Send return to office of eolI. -i Association. sabbath day to keep It holy."
on Form SS-t for lector of Internal revenue. 1 i
A* a layman member of the
due February Employer may Separate returns, 83-1, must' '

Walter Catered: Marek M .sM4. 111, at ciaa th* aaafl peat during file theM March returns without and pay penalty.the taxes I be 6.mad All employer for each month.are required to I Redland.something, District I about have been Sabbath Ministerial asked obsenrance to Association lay*- "BUBBLE SWING"- ".1'

Met a> HaaaeateaeT.nerlda. ablertie record
payroll : ,
I Form 8S-1 to the monthly return keep permanent .
Ml *f Marsh *. U?(. I Article 412, Regula-' -
a* required by
covering taxes on employeesand lions 91. Form SS-t and SS-2A, I war brought up to recognize (Continued From bade .one)
It... ffJCE. I1M A TEA cold-age employers benefit under provlalona the federal of the!I will be furnished by collector office Sabbath II a day for rest and recreation I which Wlllard M. Flfield will b*
will I and for worshipping Cod. master of ceremonies, will b*
on which the employer ;
Social Security Act which became
: for the It has always been pleasure known a* "the Sea Bubble Swing wand
The Women of TomorrowOn effective January 1, 1937 under, I submit this Information my
,. period January, 1937 to June 30, In my humble way to follow the I I each of the succeeding dance
this the twenty-fifth annl- Title VIII. 1937, and quarterly thereafter. divine Injunction contained In the will have a name indicative of the
ver ii.i of the Girl Scout movement 1 Copies of the form may be obtained Deputy collectors of internal I fourth commindment I theme or motif employed in the

wo. should all take time to I from any office of deputy revenue are located In the following To refresh our memories. It read I planning of the entertainment,
find out something of It* program.The collector of Internal revenue.Employer cities: Jacksonville, Tallahassee a* follow: "Remember the tab I music decoration and favor for ,
.iim according to Mrs. Frank are advised to keep each event Th "sea bubble" moW
Fensacola Orlando, Lakeland, bath day to keep It holy Slit day;
Ski (local leader ii to fit our In mind the following Tampa Miami, St. Petersburg,I halt thou labor and do all thy I will be carried out with balloon
Iii' t.. be the women of tomorrow t. Comply carefully with instructions West Palm Beach and Dayton I work, but the seventh day ii the tomorrow night: the theme tong
mere: are certain standards on form. Beach. 1 sabbath of the Lord thy God: In I will be ".'"" Forever BlowingBubbles"

thai we who arc Interested In 2. Make check and money orders Flor.emplo'ln lit thou halt not do any wont thou I and the committee will
Every throughout
,uili set before ourselves and employer ''endeavor to have a surprise entertainment -
payable to the collector of Internal ida nor thy ton nor thy daughter thy
I marvelous help In one or more per 'I feature further carryingout
routing I revenue.Mrs. 1 to concerned. I man-eervant nor thy maidservant
developing the character and the I .sons I II ,nor thy cattle nor thy stringer -' the motif.
pen onaUty that we strive for. that la within thy gates: for la At each dance: a mall prize will
'The woman of tomorrow! Parker Will SpeakOn pageant I six days the Lord mad heaven be given to the couple Judged the
says Elizabeth Kemper Adams, Child Widows of India I The meeting was held at the I and earth, the MI and all that it best dancer on the floor and at
one of our scout leaders, should I home of the Ret E. L. Nelson A I'I In them, and rested the seventh I I the fifth and last committee dance, {
meet these standards: Mr*. W. J. Parker wife of the'I pot-luck luncheon: preceded the day wherefore the Lord blessed the winner will compel for a
"((11 She ihould be a good eltl- pastor of the Homestead Churchof business session. i the sabbath diy and hallowed It". silver loving cup offered by 1M .
not In the formal I Present were! the Rev. and Mr*. I chamber of commerce.
ten merely the Nazarene, will speak In the My personal attitude toward
Wad Plckney, thc Rev. and Mr*. 1
sense of voting at stated Interval church Sunday evening on the! i this wonderful commandment It Th Junior Woman' Club will
but In the real sense of keeping child widow of India. One I A. A. Koeathne. the Rev and 'that It must be obeyed. In fact I co-operat In the sale of ticket',
I watchful eye upon the affair will be dressed a* a Hindu I Mrs C. N. Walker. Dr. and Mrs. : should dread what plight happen I which may also b* obtained at
'Ir'1 A. M- Vivien, Mr and Mrs Dunlop,
of her town her state. her nation one a* a widow, and one a* 'to me If I violated It !the Dixie Drug Store, from AlmTweedell ,
the Rev. and Mr* Oeo E. Deuel,
and the world and steadily tryingto Christian girt.Mr My sabbath day' Ii that day on i at the chamber of commerce '
the Rev H. O. Cowan and the Rev.
make them better places for *. Parker, who spent 14 year: Milton B Sackett I which the church bell ring and I and from Mr. Loaner at the
human beings to live In. I In India In evangelistic and I Call me to worship. Any week in bank.
J i.'j She ihould be equipped to ical work will give tint hand I which that cull has been disobeyed The admission price will be $t !
do some kind of paid work not[motion of the children Infor-I I Robert L. English Buried has been an unhappy week for me.I .I a couple; no reduction to (,tag*. l
only because she should have the,married at the age of five \t Oglethorpe, Georgia I verily believe that anyone who
chance for at least of he
part widowhood live ba condition I deliberately neglects his duty on WANT ADS PAV
life to earn her own living but I
worse than death. I ,that day will lose much more than
also because In no other way can I All Robert Le English 70, who for h. gains U he should work rather
she durtlve work In modern life and' horn In Homestead with his sister!I Matthew Hale chief justice

the mind and needs of workers. i Mr*. Ann Butler, died Friday I,of England laid:
"((3) She should know how to I Pastor Make Plans morning and was burled SundayIn 'I have by long and sound experience

work effectively In a small group For Sunrise Service II I Oglethorpe, O*., hit former found that the due observance -
and to stand by group decisions,I :home. He was HI only five days i iI I II of the day hal ever had
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since the small group I I. Increasingly I Turner Funeral Home had Joined to It a blessing upon the I E
the unit through which affair 1 The Rev. C. 0. Cowan the Rev. charge of arrangement for shipping rest of my time and the week that '
are managed. K. L. Nelson and William Dunlop the body. I hath been M begun hath been !I ,
"( *) She should know how to I were appointed It the RedUnd I Mr. English came her from blamed and prosperous to me, and '!

work fairly and cooperativelywith District Ministerial Association Oglrthorpe with his wife three on the other hand, when t have i
men In both the smaller and I I meeting Monday to serve a* a program year ago but Mrs. English shortly been negligent of the duties of this tilt larger group, line the eon([ committee for the annual I afterward wa killed In an automobile -i day. the rest of the wtek has been .
diet of affairs I* increasingly a sun-rise Easter service sponsored, accident: He Is urvied unsuccessful and unhappy to my
joint enterprise of men and woman by the orgsnlutlon. The Rev'1 "
I by one brother, J. W. English, and own secular employment GeneralPublic
'I 1 .14 Nelson, the committee de:I three sisters, Mrs. Butler. Mrs I II In the Acts of the Aoo:" we
( t j She should be a real maker will be- asked to preach the John J. Robinson and Mrs. Ben O read: "On the first day of the week
nd builder of the modern home''''It'rmon. and the Young People! I Young all of Homestead, who the Holv Sprit was pound out UtilitiesHomestead
understanding that It la no longer];Union will be asked to present a I with Joe' J. Robinson a nephew. en the apostles when they met fob

enclosed and self-sufficing but a I I Ii attended the funeral Oglethorpeand prayer' And again: "On the first
r'c Mng and discharging station "(I) She should develop In herself returned the flnt part of the: day of the a eel the apostles and Phone S9J-M
ii relation to the community and I i and In others resourceful and week. earl Christians wets wont to meet I
Mnder a co-operative rather than
Before coming to Homestead
happy way of using leisure time
a* arbitrary form of government
I Mr. English was engaged farm
: both II an Insurance against the
(4) She should he an Intelll-
H born in Macon Oa.
pressure of modern Ute and as a ing. WM
gent and Informed friend and

guide of children, whether shi I man enriching of deepening the quality the satisfactionand of both For results use Leader Hardware LumberBuilders'
deal with them a* a mother or a*
Classified Ads
teacher librarian, Social worker work and play" Enterprise ,

playground director j jri s
Whether she Is a paid
worker era responsible member o f| HOMESTEAD HARDWARE. CO. aDd
she should make her
a rwuaehoud
civic contribution as a volunteerend GENERAL HARDWARE 1-
should train herself to do some
V form of volunteer work effective)] Phone 51S-M Homestead, FU. Supplies

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F. B. STONEMAN i Operetta to Be Presented by School feast of Lake la progressing with Rtethmaier Ellen Shallern EvelynSkes .I
I ,! great gaiety as the) curtain falls." Doris Thompson trade
March 19 Swimming Pool Benefit I Geneva Vans has the rotoef the Torrtes. Melba Van Winkle Beatrice ,
GIVES ADDRESS I as prince, Esther Rtacker,U Ute Ut WOsolt, Edna BtUwr, Polly
-- tie sister, Yvonne Pollard is a favorite Garrison, Edna Heavncr and Nflru
'I I An operetta The Ghosts of beating on a queer little drum of the princess, and Edna Jane Hefner
ONROTARYHERETou Forte Is the sorcertM.. -- ---
Kilo, will be presented by seventh I which was fastened securely to I
grade girl as a pool benefit next her The following girts are Hawaiian LOTT INFANT DIES '
Friday evening Mar. IS. under the This happened on the anniversary maidens: Mildred Batto. Edith Joseph Lott, twoandahalf'f.
can get more out of a small direction of Mr Margaret Mills I : of the feast of Laka. and each Pens, Rosh BUeUo. Annette year-old am of Mr. and Mrs v*o. 1,
club because yon get to know each music teacher of the Homestead celebration of this feast with Its Campbell Lois Carpenter MaryJo Lott, died of tetanus, March S.
other well", Frank B. Stoneman KhoolcDM dances and drum beating stirs intensely Close Marjorie Conner Solo after a abort Illness In the county t!
editor of the Miami Herald and operetta presents a Hawaiian the little girl who hasbeen Decioo: Wava Horton, Merle Jenkins hospital at KendalL Funeral services -
t charter member of the Miami Rotary Florence Nelson, Mary Ruth were held at Turner Funeral
story". Hid Mn. Mills. A brought up as the sister. of t
Club. told Homestead Rotarians glen nee Hilo, a town on one of the princess of Hilo. Owens, Mary Louise Pierce, Myrtle Home on March fl, with the Rev .
Wednesday ,the Hawaiian Islands to believed: "The governess of the householdof Phinney, Mabel Pope. Thelma C. N. Walker officiating Burial '
He greeted Lee Lehman and Edward I:to be haunted. On nights of great the princess la a sorceress, but Bedford. Teresa Redd, Alice was In Miami Memorial Park I'w.
SUllna as new members of i storms founds at of the beating 1 1I she has so control over Kealoha ,
the Homestead club and addressed I of many drama are heard and the.Inhabitants the little sister, and attributes Ur .... T..... Steak Dtaaef l.s CWekea Diane Me.Regelar ,
most of his remarks to them. He I believe that dance'I failure to some magic of the drumwhich I Dteawr Me Vegetable flat Its :
,discussed the founding, development and revels are being held by the 11 I the little sister always car- All Kbka W Basis-sand. Saadwkket
and principles of Rotary and ghosts. Once upon a time aftera ria. During the rites of the evening I
stressed the Importance of regular great storm,a little girl was found "s celebration by mean of this Green Lantern RestaurantADJOINING ,
attendance. Judge Stoneman was ,at the entrance of the glen She I little drum, the Identity of the lit- '
introduced by Wade Hunter program 'was strangely dressed and the was tle sister is established and the
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! In preparation for the annual
election in April nominations of ,
$ **" AI M> *2 !
s officers and directors were made
Nominated for president were W. 1214 motorists in 14 cities
E Rheney, O B. Parker and WIl-
lard FIfleld: and for vice-pres
ident Mr. FIfleld Mr. Parker and
Ben Archer. The nine candl-I ,
d,tes for directors three were of; th ta ,,{
whom will be added to the board rove
are: George N. Wakefleld, J. D. I 1
Redd, Charles T Fuchi, Jr Chas
Caves. Mr. Archer Mr. Fifleld, 1 /'
William Geronimo, George Frick
and Frank Rue. jl

y The part of the Rotary Club in 1t.1
supporting a drive In the Redland I
District for 1500 for the southeastern -. I.I.
'. branch of the Children Home }
Society of Florida was referred to (
committee, the Rev A.
the welfare I II It
Koestline,Mr. Wakefiekl and A nil t Ar f II
F Arthur. l "Otw
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FranklIn'Ciocery Ht ,I
Modem Improvement

In tine with Its policy td keep a,
abreast of the times P J.Franklin, w

Ino, grocery at Krome and FlagTer a 417kKY. ,;t iRf YthtltbdfilC s. #7 iP; _
avenues,has Installed H.and H.
coffee mill which permits the tus.toroef -
ta see,the co fee as it Is
ground and the fineness to which
it Is ground, according to the desire !
of the customer

One major Improvement that
Mr. Franklin made without any
boastful advertising furore was the
installation many months ago of I
a Friederich floating air refrigerator -
In his meat department TIw ,
box is alr-condltloned and will t
keep meats in perfect condition
when no other box will,Mr. Frank-
lln said.

This week Franklin's: grocery i* I / oltW I

purchase giving a dish of a :;e.c the I HAVE 1 54 177OWN

of Snowdrift and with the Purchase *
of a package of concentrated OrtNlAffEl'N1A

Supersuds istftcnfreeGROVE*.fruit and salad bowl : tfi" i

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JCTHTH BARRETTI est rs .......tile mood sack d...... ear
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The Flying Hostess 41114 to84 be task sad ..111eti.aaedspinime Mac ( quicker starting II2J
el sub smote was akssd W sass
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ke ..... a" Bose sows.rher em a..a.r..s.w.aR faster pickup 7 80 ;7.
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hud Around Mr .. .*. H. T.Uribrook who 4ahn..Stdir 0{Miami visited Mr ifttMr*. Bearmanandwin,''
M,. and Mr*. David Frederick
I pent three week beer with Mr*. Howard will leave Sunday for
Holbrook'* brother-ln-taw and Sunday ___ dnctoinaU after a vlalt with Mr.

i,sister, Mr and Mr. W J. Clark, M,. and Mr*. W D. Coker. their I I and Mr*. Sam HlnewIL
Homestead I I returned to their home in W1nt\oD nephew and II..... Mr. and Mrs
I Salem N C.. Wednesday Letter Coker. Mr 1. T. Martin, W Ogtoaby of Coral Ctblr .
and Elder Martin left Saturdayto spent Sunday with Mr R. H. ,'
I The Rev L. O. Adam has been,I visit Mn. Ellen Martin, mother Don

Mia Induk Pak erf Seoul. Korea. Mrs X. rrantz. dater of Mm W. taken to Jackson Memorial boa.II loll. T. Martin who wa ill at her
was a recent visitor to Royal Palm I. risk, left Saturday for her bOrne pita for treatmentMr I home In Vero Beach. On Sunday M.... B. L. Lrff and -. Allen :.
State Park. Mia. Pak who studied In Newark. N. J.. after a ilx-week they crossed the data for a brief f are ipradlng I few days at Miami ]
al Columbia University and wa visit with Mr. and Mrs. rbtMr I Charles Bound baa returned visit In Lilly with Letter ColI r'.1I Beach
graduated from Wesleyan Collegein from Ambrose, Oa, after a father whe was ill and In Fort

Maooo to doing religious work and Mr K O Hughes left three-week: visit there with her I Myer with Mr*. W. D. Coker' Mr*. William Cox of
In Korea Mr*. T. B. Moore of ThW'lda.or TuaralooM Abu, mother, Mrs. J. T Swain, who to brother and ..fbter-in-law Mr. andMr.N Cable pent Tuesday with Mrs."'\
Miami chairman of the Royal after a visit wills Mr and Mra..JL: recovering: from a recent ttlneaa.Mr ( Landon Carney.
Palm State Park commlwlon. and W. Chtndler ED route they win;" '
w. .... Raulereoa of Bartow I
and Mrs. Albert
Mm John H. Pact of Miami, accompanied spend a few day with Mr* I '
Mrs. Carl beden was lit at her
Mia Pak. Hughe mother, Mr Clyde New I lot HIaleah and their. aon. Paul. visited his aon-ln-law and daughter.
by of Aubumdila, ITa.Mr have moved to Homeitead. and Mr and Mr*. Bud Reed this home for a few day thto week.
I art now making their home in the week. I
Mia Melissa. Reid of Monte El: Patio apartment Mr. and Mr*. Fielding Ruff of ,
and Mr. P. C. Oilhare of I Mia Christine Hughes
Carlo, Monaco la one of the prominent I 1 Miami spent Tuesday night with,
people Who have registered Atlanta left tart week after a tl'lt-I I I Mr. and Mr Hay Ryan of ed Tuesday from a. "tlll'll-I Mr*. Ruffs parent Mr and Mrs;
at Royal Palm Slat Park Lode dy visit with Mr. and Mn. Preston Chriamy Ind. arrived last Fridayfor I friend and relative in W. M. Bradley
recently Mill ReM It the aecretarv B. Bird. a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Birmingham and Tucak
I. _
1 of an International league of JrI... Harry Bath of fort Warns Adrian Jacob An four enjoyed a Mp" and Mr*. H. It Barrow and I Mr and Mr*. Mark Max. Jr of
: women aviator In Parta France. fishing trip on the 11.Sunda,.
Henry and Mr. and Mr*. Miami, were guests of Mr and
, and her daughter. Katherine. Mr. and Mrs Ryan plan to leave BOn C.I I
who are spending a few week In M. Barrow of South Miami (,. I Mr*. Paul Loaner Sunday
Mr and Mn C. L Eton and Miami visited Mn. N O BaU Tueaday Saturday In Homeitead.MiM I
ton Kenneth who pent the season Wednesday Mr Ball and Mr!, I Earl Detany sold his home In
Mr. and M... N. O Ball were
"it their winter home here left Bath were girlhood friend In J.tIIer0:;. to spending I Redland this week to a 1* 0647
surprised Sunday by Btalt from '
In,' their Aibby Man home Wed- Freemont. Ind. I this wtekHoid with miss Ruth of St. Unto.
Mr BAM nephew and n!<<'e. Mr.
nesday. _
I md Mr N< nn.'n W Will of De-
Mr and Mrs C H I.JII",111 awl. I troit and their I little uctitcr ...ho''n' '
Dr S. M. Scott Jr.. of Terra .on. Ju eph of fi.'nkltn I. H.; <0' loutm, ;: H-. ."I.. 11"I ,i4an to REDLAND CAFE
Alln W. Va, and his daughter I .
III wrrr T1Ipdl" Arid W..i. ?Id I ekendhere
Mn W. r. Wuni,..I ,. Mr and I MRS. A. NABOBS Prra
house !- .it
arc m''
I;on Writ Bauer dim Mr and md other relate MM Gee E .
Mr. W K V' 011 .H. They! arrived. Mr L.di.nn I ..".,1 I ft.11 ..i.l \1.. RC'<'d. Mr and Mr R;,Iph Reed DINNER Me PLATE: LtACII 33e
f ''d.I'nd pi. t. -' '/ here sevvnl ., ,
M .t. r itt.'nd '1 11 ".s II" red MI: Flu. t.rr.n; '
peeks _
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I K tfv wagon ".t the home cor tV
B,ucr \to nH'". .to expectirt
a \ isit from her ,,,t...-In-I.w Mi '
Goo W Evans ...r fWUdelphiaMn

F 3 Brfajtofi of thica*.,
left Thunday ragM after a ,t
With her itotlj. Mftu Oi'ilw W
Camp of Hiiiiinaia and Mr s 1
Minott of Coftnut Cm,' .IT".I I E Nits
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36 N. Kromc Avenue for a 0

Upstairs Its plants to .

Office Hours 8:30--S:30 dam s, i L / t ft"natural or

OPEN MEMNCS Pooryr.Pptdhnd

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Every (armer knew that just because they buy Arcadian because they know '
GOOD GLASSES a thing to natural doeant mean it I*the nitrogen to what"aodm1 give them,and A SUttwMt> by ... i.I ZkMMrfcf I '"

beat that Mn be. they want the moat for their money. .>."...WriMa ft***........* '
PROPERLY FITTED That wry farad if also tree abet So why don't yom do the tame? .ABU-......w. :

nitrate roods. % When you buy Arcadian,you not only ;M-6.00; '::.=ba-,kenor"ad 6weiess..v=::.::
will Some year ago American scientists buy wisely, but you are buying an an- as..h'''''_st..ta a...... _...._ "'
let about lor a way to improve on nature Southern product"mad la the soothet.:::..w .orals.::".. .r.=:::: w.LM the ,
and make a better nitrate of-.. They by Southerner*, for Southern crop. .e"r ae t"ea"Ie- -Ie the"" H
.. _- knew that the reason farmer bought
v nitrate of coda wa for the nitrogen In It, THE BARRETT se.s.. MS,Y.COMPANY i:
and they fIUI'OIIlhallt they could make ,
STRAIN ANDDISCOMFORT one that would hare man nitrogen In it, c.t..a:,k C.Attests. .
FROM they would do a lWtM farmer ... loot'-aa"

Millions ot dollars were spent, and ,Mitt NSMFai#Ito
finally they produced a".oda"richt her
For Perfect Vision In the South that wa nor perfect than
My that had aver been produced
,ConsultDr. I < Nature or by '''''.
That product I* known a* Arcadian,
Ncucnschwander r The American Nitrate of Sod*.

Dr. B. GonzalezOPTOMETRISTS. I It gives more nitrogen for tAe amwwjr THE AMERICAN TNSA11t0111CAN
than any o(,..'".04.' And Nitrogen' to NITRATE OF 1
what yourexope need from nitrate of aoda. SODA
I So, you see. Science ha once again NITRAIiOFSODA Sea..w roost
'HI T Unttlia. Arrad Miami improved on Nature for year benefit Lrr..ew
.. When fcrtttlw makenr nitrate of jr.
After Mty 8akJUe.4 MAOt IH THE SOl/TH
Phase t-IMT soda fcr their mixed good these day.


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I. HTAIJSCHOOLNEVS I % ...., t' r.deaf .......A. W. .,'Irtt..., (see spoodeet.. ,

A group of linger sponsored by _
I the Homestead Methodist choir\ hat Mr and Mr* t. O: ArbogaH( lPetersburg. 'floe women at the Princeton t
KBLIASAUIA, tehMl Editor been organized under the name of W VH. and Mn. C Methodist Church and Sunday '1'
'Th Bach Vested Choir for the Harder arrived>r'idar (KftvlattSimmon ajiyt"wnr fcoid *.)* of food "
The senders ordered cap and Clad tout Wayne Sherry .to able I promotion of bettor snualc. This lit. Artnogast'a ...tarJ. 4 JwoMMMd* ekW>>1r and tandy t
gown this week for graduation. I to be In school again after a two organization It under the direction *, two week. 1 on Saturday Mirth 11, on Mr. and
t week Ulneaa. Seven mot new of Irvine J Lyon and has already I Mr, A.UJ4urr>Va4iawe.hipnp .
The Junior* haft started workIng book have. been added to the library started practicing for a concert Mr and N .. L t.1kIaJt and I from the sale will b* need to repair 1
on tile Junior play "Billy". ; The moat popular' on* I II to be presented at an early I email ton and Min Man Sneed 1 the church. Th sale will beheld I '
"Robin Hood". dato will leave Thursday for Ethridge,!I from 1 to I p. m. Everyone .t :
The Junior are sorry to lose All linger are requested to Join .Term.Mr. It "Invited to come. I .('
Lorraine Thompson who hat mov.ed Mn. Thurman pupils are anxiously this organisation. Practice meetIngs -' : y'
N'--A.: :
arrival of U and
awaiting the Wynn who
to Miami They at* sorry also are held on Tuesday night at lln. O. D.BarcusMrs. LC. I :
books that have been ordered for had Mra. Jean
that WUlard Barnes ia unable to t clock In the Homestead Methodist an apartment SeJth and Mrs. M L Walker went I
their library; I Schu Ita' house left Thursday for tr
come to school because of Ulneu. Church. to Miami Saturday and Mrs. :
The lint grade pupil In Mrs.Edwards' Laredo Tex." Walker on-ln-law. H. J Ottout. Id

Florida Webb Wit a visitor In : room have Just completed Elementary 4-II ClubBy I I Mr. and Mr John L. Ryan of(II came back with them for the 1
school one day; this week. I very; pretty Jay bird border Theaa Proctor Indiana were visitors In Florida l weekend.
for the room. !I
City; Monday | Douglas Barcu returned to'' 1 r

went Mr. On Moomaw'i a fossil hunt biology Monday class Mia Jackson flirt grader are Mn Carleson was her at our I S. S. Shlelds--.n'. at night" I I,school of. Monday the flu.after ten-day attack ;. .i
around .'rock pit Just north of Interested learning the UIM and meeting Tuesday to look over the watchman at the Becker packing! ;
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town. After the hunt the group spaces of the staff In music They; 4-H room. The girls have to hOU**. I 1 w. a MtVkker. Jr. b confftml ;
had a wiener roast also enjoying some story book have their sewing done on Tuesday I
are I to hie home with the nil this''Wetk.
that are being loaned to them by April J7 I Mrs. Gco Hardln ia spending If
Mrs. Johnson room It rather the county; lending library; The girls filled out their record- this 'week In Miami with her Mn. C a Wood to expected to
proud of one of It* pupils, Henry; ----- book Mavtt Wattt won most father 'return tM week after a one-month :.
Dodson, who won a four-day; tripto I votes for the best program. Mr*. i I Paul PulleD returned Thursday 'lay In Coral Gables with her son 1.1
Nassau for getting the most subscriptions Homestead F. F. A. News Carleston, It going to tend MavU I from Washington, D. C.. where he and daughter-in-law Mr and Mn. "
for the Miami Dally By Paul Shaaklln her prize next Tuesday Will Wend.
has been receiving treatment. i
Newt I .. Those present were: Mrs Fred ''I I DowlIn-a; Mr. and Mra Bob Fennel) have 1"
Lost week at a called meeting Redd Mavla Walts, Sue Met)., I Jeff serving as F. E. hoot the .v,
begun building a on
In assembly Wednesday; mornIng In the Future Farmer chapter Dorothy Sullivan Mary Roberts C. Railroad agent! .l Florida City I school road which when twill
the Rev. A. A. Koestlin introduced -! houae 1 T Godwin and Charles Virginia Hobson Virginia Milliard, I during the illness.. of. Joe Do.I .-. add greatly to this _ucmyjetoil_ill,. A
the speaker Dr. Vivien Dinner Initiated In the good Ellen -- I
were Mary Ooarlng Virginia -
Mr. and Mn Goes have an short distance from there on UM
who spoke on Thought, action, old fashioned way. and a committee Katherine Kelly, Philippe Goth,
end dAtiny.! apartment In the F A. Robertson tame ride of the road a number of 1
habit, character was appointed to see the county Fay Steiner Katherine Dixon. Betty home. j other home art being built. ,
I committlaon about a bounty on Bailey, Wild Batta, Edith
The seventh grade girls will pre- I 10.... Booth, Lillian Booth Mary Redford ,: Lawrence Becker if able to be I I Mra Nuillni.m the sick lilt 11
sent an operetta, ''The Ghosts of Wednesday night a long and Theda Proctor. out again. this ncek }
Hilo' on March 19 a* a swimmingpool sion was held on foxes, toe I 'I

The benefit clemeaUry! school wishes i quail a Madeira definite.and Bay date wildcats was wan di.o not A "letrcfrd dlaeua-I. SOUND AS A DOLLAR ) NEAT AS A PIN j !

to thank tltjfc ....nt.. !!tn.
p The SA"" UI>R was concluded \vlththr04
Gladys Webb, the horse economic *Js of film. "Food Mace
lrb. Uri C.HagVr Sfc*and <>y- a Wtfervac**, n two-reel 'reaturaplrtursv : w.. 'N
one else glui frtA111' make the bowed teperimenta on :
operetta 4 IBtftm Che proceeds; rats made by government worktnU : III
went and sixth gcdehbrur _wd. also how poor and nndleta I /
forest's ';' tanked H ie bow age. I

flllpr teeth, stooped inouldertdsjlcfnaJtpw { ,
: ie PI ltd! fourtdle1'fth' unbalanord m aJlWkkke ;

an grade are .afffaUful !tifilma r
to 1 I of 3 < %' < Wallace I ma !
theft McCa.iIIf'Mmt at i Midi'"Vegetable, grain* and tR y.. +t AS I 4fir
i frulto are wonderful ero|*, but I .
High itchTwelve :I there is still I Noun crop-a crop arf sturdy I 1
dolnra worth of new I children. I. .
library book have been ordered The third reel gave some help- I' f
for Mi*. Fifieldt room.Billy ,I ful Information on duck farming ; I
Scenes depicting nearly ten thousand 1 1I
Brown name was left off
the honor roll last week. j Peking duck on one tarn :
'proved a real 1I.lIt to the mem- I II
Mlaa.-poney'i fourth grade U benNATUROL. I
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Strong, Sturdy 10".N4.

_1. ear I* aenfislly sad further aprlog tt i.-tm, wlsrfbe ,
ssaspl.seiy reesaditioned t. these rnre at dntl.iN?
: BABY CHICKS pat It hi the .SM*. possible mluMd Listed brio 6 6l
I' tillS ......... Right now,yon w are a few. ,pleat bargalaa-.e I
I save ay ...... M a "C...lWUr stack eMilola seamy .._'
Florida Hatched) used car.-tat tn<.*..... c-.. U BMW-buy at IkMeJapirlsl )
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Now on Hand I I
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.i.i 11 cep\Regular hatckea ., abode Iala4* I I [L Cos ?t Mt, ON EtY ICU. Dion iT V

Reds, Barred Rerka. While Rack. '
Come And
.,,- While WyaadeUca. buff Orplxlosi, 1935 Chevrolet two-
jj See Them Jersey Black Giant and Whit tanenw. door sedan. Good t 1932 Chevrolet Se
.J.i Ab limited Bomber ef New dan. Just transportation
'.: Hampshire Red each week.Brawa paint, new tires. ,.

g 1 e and Buff Leihema.W-bitc. Very clean $435 1936 Ford four-door for $100

':'y Baff. and Black Minorca Aaecnaa, auto ............ touring icdan. New "
WhHe Oraingtos.. eta can be kakhodI 1931 Chevrolet station tires, original paint. 1931 Chevrolet two. :

special erder. I wajron. New Can be had $527 door Sedan. with h

STARTING AND GROWING MASHES\ tire and paint. for radio. A clean I

1: CHICK GRAINS GRIT SHELL A real $345 automo$345 I j! .
: ETC.
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Grantham Seed Store; I', ". PRESTON, ,,B. .BIRD MOTOR CO. i

Setk Flakier Avenue Phone SI PHONE II HOMUTEAO. FLAB

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1-= Social Events in South Dade': 1

Mr. and Mrs. Preston B. Bird,
-- gave a fish fry on the lawn of their I
flat Naomi MM Sat of Homestead of Havre de Grace Md.; Edward home la Downer Palm Monday I A birthday dinner cocktail Waldorf
and jets Pajrton Hendleyt J Kirby of Homestead; and J. C. evening, and after the fish fry the Saturday evening for Hubert C. salad, creamed chicken: In patty

Miami were married to the Matthews of Georgia, a cousin pt guests played bridge.H. :Nichols by Mn. Nichols at their shells, English: peas, potatoes all
L Schatf won the high score
personal of the Homestead the bridegroom.The
home on N. W. Fifth street and gratin, Ice cream and rake
Methodist Church Friday evening bride was born and educated prize for men, Mr*. John Scarborough were
at 7:41 o'clock by the lUv. A.I In Colqultt buffer the past the high score prize for First avenue. served. The birthday cake had
A. Kecttlliw, pastor of the church. three years has made her homeIn women and Mn. Hubert Nichols, The rooms of the house were gay white Icing with green letteringand
The bride wore a spring tneetn- Homestead where she his many the low score prize. with marigolds, and marigold in green candle
ble of navy blue French crepe with friends. The others present were: Dr. a very broad cut(lass bowl formed Covers were laid for Mr. and
white accessories.Present : The bridegroom alto was bom, and Mrs. Frank Hausman, Mr. the centerpiece of the dining table Mrs. Nichols Mr. and Mrs Geo.
at the ceremony wen: and educated In Georgia. After and Mrs. Paul Reynolds, Mr. and From th* bowl of marigolds rose N. Wakefield Mr. and Mrs Paul
the bride'i mother, Mrs. C. T. his graudatlon from Young Harris Mrs. Cart Deden. Mr. and Mrs. also seven green non-drip candles.A Reynolds Mr. and M,.. Adrian
Bowman, and her brother, Pat I Military Academy he served as Instructor Curtis Monroe Mr. and Mrs. C. H.Steffan green candle in a silver candlestick Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. Preston B,
Balls, and niece Jean Batti, all of In that Institution for two !, Mr. and Mrs. HowardLamb wa at each end of the table Bird and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Causey. -
Colqultt C,., who hid come down years then came to Homestead Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Payne,: Two similar candles on the buffet .
for the her brother and ,where he was employed by the !Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. N. Wakefield ,
wedding; and two on the china cabinet furnished In bridge, which followed the
liter-ln-law, Mr. and Mn. Win.Batt General Public Utilities Co. He Mr,. Schaff Charles and Noel r additional illumination forth dinner, Mrs. Jacobs and Mr.
of Homestead and their Is now manager of the Trail Pharmacy Steffanl Howard and France candle-lighted meal The tablecloth Wakefield were awarded the high

daughter. Wild; her sisters, Mrt In Miami. !Lamb Preston Bird and Bobby|I' was of hand made linen embroidered score prizes, and M.... Bird and
T E Kirby And Miss Suite BatU They are living In Miami In an I Monroe. I in dragon design Mr. Reynolds, the low.
of Homestead; Mrs Mamie Cole apartment near the Tamlami Trail I i
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I GARDEN CLUB MEMBERS PLAN TO HAVE local Home Demonstrationclubs p.j** **um
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PICNIC IN MATHESON\ HAMMOCK MONDAY did not meet yesterday but |
Instead are asked by Miss Mary I FALSETEETH
-- E. Keown slate home demonstration FALSE
Dr. Irene Aiutlnn Shanklin was Harry Wolfe, Mn E. F Mix, Mrs. agent, to attend the general
hostess to the South Dude Garden Grace M. Smith,Mn H. Sage, Mrs. meeting which ulll be held todayIn TEETH
Club at Shunklln grove Monday E. M. Froscher, Mrs. H. J Armstrong the Civic Center in Miami, 35 Cleaned, Whitened,
afternoon when plans were made Mn. Sonnichsen, Mn. Wm. N. W. Second street, at 2:30: o'clock. *" Held Fast!

for a Matheson hammock Dunlop. County federation leaden and Deodorized, ar..AseDENTUREX No Irritation!
home economics teachers
next Monday.e are cooperating -
In the program.
Mrs. Ceo. E Deuel read "A
PARTY IN REMAND Mia Louise New York
Spring Prayer, Mn. H. J. Brock-
ett told of a street tree Blachofla Mrs. K. K. Clarke entertained a stylist, will conduct a dress review
and group of young people at her homein and Miss Clarine Belcher of the "
Javanica a hardy evergreen c DENTURE ADHESIVE
Mn. Frank B. North told of DM Redland Tuesday evening. Table state demonstration office will. 50,

breadfruit tret game were played. peak. ( POWDER
Those present were: The Rev. -- .
R. J. Shepherd, the Mr. W. Flsk. Mrs
Mn. president and Mrs. L L. Nelson Miss Katherine apd Mrs. I. M
read article the flowers Flsk's alater' Mra?-Frtiitz l '
an on Cast, Miss Eleanor Holferty, of- a s( )ekgTlOtf1"
of the Bible land and Dr. Miss Eleanor Payne Miss Margaret Newark, N. J and'Mrs, :'Chat-las' SOC
Lloyd C. Shanklia mad a talk Halnlin Mill Thelma Mc- W. Camp were dinner. guests: of
against the of poisonous Mr. and Mr E..
use sprays Mahan, Earl Field. Bin Hocutt A..Zalaskj m
fruit trees. Miami Friday
on and King and VIda Clark
Mrs. W.; D. Bishop showed spec
Imens of wild' flowers the AmerIcan
eldef and the butterfly weedor
Atctrpl tuberoaa. Specimens IB CARE Brewens Klenzo
of sauchesla nobllis dlchondra h I
bryophyllum and opurcullna tab- I I Cream
toss were brought for Identifica and : Twice o. rich 1/1 vitamin Shaving
tion. The conservation committee : 1 :
talked on forest fires and reported ... < We" gi.e' 100-860 C Abundant 2 5c
that Dr. Harold Hume True beauty demands Lather
states that there are 3547 varieties the best of care at all Jr&e; genuine
times. Whether
of lowering plants In Florida yon
wish a wave, a facial, EUGENE Permanent
Mn. Geo M. Sonnlchsen. It was a manicure or any of I
announced will be hostess to the the other essential aids Soft,lolling .

club on Apr 6. to beauty, you'll find I fating mill-tWi the Fresh Easter Candy
Present besides those named the skilled operator at Mod of o ftmtunt im want: Just Received Complete Assortment of
were: Mn. Jas. M. Dobbin, Mrs Pat'* Beauty Parlor fAfld lW the kind *. girt.Jf Appropriate Easier Gilla
Lucy Clinton Mrs. Flora Comp- 'ready to serve you or we do nalne .Iu! (.aeVsrlag.
ton, Mrs ElberU Bui, Mn. Joel quickly at any Urn*. I ; .'..iih gcmine EwtiaeSadMM. ,,' .
J. Robinson, Mrs. B. F. Collier Crlf.*l*, Spiral and LM us "tntf lour ..'_. I r .
Mrs L. W. Freeman Mrt. J. N. Combination kale ht the acme with M.wal .
Gay, Mrs.L. J. Pace, Mr*. C. U PERMANENT WAVES Mduhiioni and IJIIM.Bush's .-
Stone, Mrs R. O. Deimond,,JJrK 'Ia, fase.aabaeck carnal
1 r. TUhrei,Mn. J. McCready, .. Prices $5, ft $7 THE DIXIE DRUGThe
Mrs. N. O. Ball Mrs. James M*. Barber
Cready, Mrs. H. Ruegg.Mrs Mary PAT'SBEAUTY I Shop

Loynd, Mn. P. H.1 Ochlrtre, t*> PARLOR & Beauty Parlor Rexall Drug Store .r
nelle Rogers, Mn H T Potter
Mrs, H. J. Derbyshire Mrs D. B. Fhea Nt.. Hen Bldg. I. Homestead, "
His Leslie Brown Operator .
Snow. Mrs. !t. M. Barnes Mrs. --p - '
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Friday, March 12,1937 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Pan Nine


Mr*. H. L. Cock's birthday anniversary *
I Social EventsHOMESTEAD I wa celebrated Tuesday -- : ",
evening at a family dinner partyat I *. Joel J. Robinson was .\ld.1(II. A. Ennis auditor. The new 1 ;;
the Cook home on First avenue. ,td president ot the Woman's Club officers! will be Installed in ApriL II
Coven were laid for: Mr. and of Homestead kl a meeting held Members decided to bold no : \
Mrs. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. I
In the clubhouse Tuesday after /day this month.
guest program .
B. P. W. C. WILL HOLD ITS Clark, Mr. and Mn. R. T. Hoi f
brook of Winston-Salem, N. c.. noon. Mr*. W. tX Bishop was Mn. Wolfe, the president pre-
MEETINGS IN AMERICAN LEGION HALLThe I Mrs R. O. Huff. Miss Ellen Huff elected tint vice-president; ...... I alcIecI.I ,
"" A. H. Jsrratt Sr., and Billy Clark. Don Femyn, second vlce-prea I -
D. Wolfe, Mr. and Mn. A. K. Smith ofDouglass
Ident; Mr Harry recording I
Homestead Business and nation of a bill Introduced and put
secretary; Mrs N. O Ball, Mass. and Miami were
Professional Women's Club voted I through congress. The CalendarMar. corresponding secretary; Mn. Oeo. 1 dinner Pita of Mr. and Mn. Carl
Monday night to hold its meetings The club voted unanimously to M. SoonichMn, treasurer; and ...... I Field Sunday. -
endorse Mrs Vine district -- --
la the American Legion hall and to BetterJey, 12 Old time tiddler'
I director, for vke-pnsident contest at Neva King Cooper
pay a year rent In advance from I of the state B. P. W. C. School auditorium at I p. m. for WASH AT HOME
money cleared at the club't booth Mn. C. H. Stetfant was admitted benefit of swimming pool repair
at the Dade County Tropical Fair. I to membership in the club. I fund.
Subject announced for programs A vote of thanks to
was given Mar. Homestead P.-T. A. See t&e 'sistul937
la the near future are: the PresIdent'i 1 the commercial departments of benefit chicken dinner and supper.
plan to change the supreme Redland and Homestead high I' Mar. 13 "The Sea BubbleSwing"
court; the neutrality bill now In schools: and to Miss Mable Williams (balloon dance), a pool
congress; and the legislative meas- I art teacher, for assistance benefit. at Homestead Country
urea proposed by the Business and I given to the club. I Club.
Professional Women's Clubs of I! No other business was transact
Mar. IS Social meeting of IORGE
Florida to safeguard the property I' ed because the club went as a bodyto Junior Woman' Club of Homestead *
rights of married women make it the pool benefit performance .
possible for women to serve on given by pupil of Katherine Fisher Mar. IS Garden Club picnic
juries, and give women an equal Schaeffer .
right to the custody of minor child- The next meeting will be a pot
Ten.The luck dinner session at 6 30, Apr. I Ii
first will be a debate; the 12, in Legion hall followed at I Mar. It-Meeting of Woman's i
second a talk followed by dlscuaslon i o'clock by a debate on the supreme Club of Redlands.Mar. I :
; and.the third. a dnmatl- I court question. IT Redland Junior play, (
"Tiger House", IDS
P.T. A. TO SlaVE CHICKEN Mn. David Barnes, Mr. and* Mr*. Mar. II Rain or Shine Club I J''
DINNERS ON SATURDAY Russell Horne, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. meeting with Mrs. Fred Redd. f
Mr*,Paul RejmoUliv ways and I I Buchanan Mr. and Mn. Dexter Mar. 19 Meeting of Ad Astra r
means chairman ot the Homestead Horne, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Home, chapter of O. E. S. I rII
P.-T. A. and other member of Mr. and Mn. Kenzey Watts, Mr.I Mar. 19 Operetta In Neva King .t r r.t,.tr
the association will serve chicken I and Mn. C. W. McConnell, Mr. and Cooper School at 8 p. m. for benefit I ;
/dinners Saturday from '11 a. m. to Mn. J. Tom Vann,, Mr. and Mr*.: of swlwmmlng pool fund. I
;9 p. m. in the Redd building on Clarence Simmons, Mr. and 101.... I Mar. SO Benefit dance forswimming
{( .thl1Crome! avenue lit the store Russell Walker, Mr. and Mrs R.1 pool fund at CountryClub. 1
formerly occupied by the Fred E. Cave, Mrs. Eddie Hobson, I .
I!pricks, Shoe Shop. Hlggen .of Cleveland, O. Mar, 25 Meeting of study
Miss Virginia Edward of CUve ; clan of Woman's Club of Homestead rI
LUNCHEON PARTY CHIN: land, 0.. Miss. Dottie Horn, Miss at home of Miss Jennie Lob- ,;
''FOR MRS. \\-aI\\ oaDEN Birdie Horne, Miss Eula Campbell, delL
.luncheon\was given Friday at Miss Letitia Campbell Bert Nixon,' Mar 26 H. H. S. play for ben. *'
lh. lodge In Royal Palm State Park!I I James Simmons, Frank Simmons, (fit of swimming pool fund.
tod Mrs. Wm. Norden ot Detroit I Robert Simmons, Bobble Hobson Apr, I Garden Club>> m..tln'l 1
who U pending two months In John P. Keafsey, Laurel and Hlnan at home of Mr*. Oeo. M. Sonnlch' .
Homestead is the guest of her sister Walker, Randolph Caves, Richard I son m Florida City. s\
Mrs Peter Johnson .1 Caves and Wilbur.. Cave Apr. 11Pot luck dinner meeting *
M Those ""'weN: Mn. \\ .:....;;... of Homestead Business and I
Kenn, Mrs. Flora Compton Mn. MISS ANTOINETTE: MOTE Professions Women' Club In Legion
Ernest Bishop Mrs. Johnson dndMn. ENTERTAINS JUNIOR GROUP hall at 8:30 with debate at I PERFECTLY: * Norden. The members of the Junior t o'clock On President' plan to
I!League of the Homestead Methodist change the supreme court. j I II! 1Ul'l0i exactly the right )
SQUARE DANCE ENJOYEDAT Church were given party -I amount for each fabiioquIclMMt -
CAVES FISH FRY I by their leader, Miss Antionette' Rev. and Mrs. A. A. Koestline and' dial eliminate
An old-fashioned square dance 1 I Moye, Tuesday afternoon from 4 i Mra. J. A. McNelll. i I'! gueaa work. Washing ea-
:with music furnished by Kenzey o'clock until t. The party was The guest Included: Sue Moye pert will tell you that
Watt and his Virginia Mountain I to have been held on the church Lola Pierce Peggie Chambers, I
clothe longer If put
ten featured a fish fry at which lawn but because of rain it was Alen Koestline, Marjorie Sayn ,:
Mr. and Mn. Chas. I. Caves were held in the Sunday school annex. Philippa Coff, Donald Neeley-, Hubert i, through the wringer at
hosts to a number of friends Friday I Games wen played and later I Smith i Wanetta Koestline.: I the proper pressure for '
night at their home on Tennessee cookies and punch wen served to Yates Eaker Billy Brown Jimmy i, each kind of material.
road. refresh the guests I Brown Junior Pope, Frederick I 1 I Only Norge ha this gnat
Those present Included: Mr. and 1 Miss Moye was assisted by the Chambers and Louise William I I Improvement In home

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I I. .TOO,feel very ...,......... about year Tear .saeney .... ,sefnllt' t* work = Down PaymentWE
........, ae l...*. thrift laaUletleM when tetveleel with aahel>lag yeavMlghhen
== like ears for"* all sich losared'aaae* <. ball .....h.naatbeIr BRING THE STORE TO YOUR DOOR r
= cta&ioM, year aaeoay I* tour yceterted .,...... awraUlac eeapleyaaeat, laereaa- = rk
1 apt_ fee up t. 1IM, by the Fed sal has bas as .."1..... 31 k

Savtan.A Leah lajaaraawe' CerperaUee. =3'='1 Redland Appliance \'
BcslaM that M ear*. reasonable dlvl- =:1
s, == Se Invested, year mosey la 11II.,..,.% deads-a 4% dividend bas bees paid 31 68 Homestead Fla.
I ed net only "y the great feseuree el regaUrty by thai lassitude 1 Telephone ,
i that Cerpantloa (capital |l.9,.......) :=1 r, :
but by its easeful nrperrUIoa af the la* W* will welcome all lae.airie* from I .
== sUtatUa bearedhle aaasl west lavettor Aceeaato may be epeaed CLEAN and WHITEN TEETHwith
3 = Met rntrireamte of .tr-r.ath ands with day qua from fLM ep, gad a raHety =1 Cafe, the OtrgM tooth powder whichpeasant" '

is .oaadaeat ",*,, ef praelleal plan U offend ye*. E I t_.. PUiunt to the Refreshing hidden crevices Protect between the gaaaa the ,t .

c:::: ;;;1 and U eceaooUcil to as*.

What Calot will do far your teeth la easily I

I :1 First Federal Savings & Loan Association II III ", demonstrated.. ky fill roa la la the coupon ewe home with at your earespeaa t '
address 1
: aame and and mail It te .... Yea win
receive tbmluitlr free a tt call of CALOX &
TOOTH POWDER the poveer more and '
I 1 rf Homestead I owe FREE people TRIAL are COUPON aging every-..,. ), '1

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Patti 'Ten THE LEADRR ENTF.RPRrCEFriday< March 12.1937

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,} I I Littta lades. Joy Ann House

v i* BysJIIUIJET: HARKNES -,- -"_ A r daughter of Mr and Mrs. W C

-- HOMESTEAD 'GIRL SCOUTS TO PRESENT rHdiflp' e&terfaUie | group ((1
friends Sunday with a theat ,
Mrs. Moses and MIA Payne. mltte John B. Graham hascharge ORIGINAL TONIGHTJ
Afterthe play the
sponsor of the Junior class, announce of the sound effects and Joe ,I party swag
I returned to the home of the boa
that the Junior play. Tiger Benson win attend to the lights 1
House," a mystery comedy In three Jennie Sue Rogers and Elizabeth The Homestead troop The I scene Is a comic skit that less where they were served jell<

act by Robert St Clair will bepre.,1ed Hatnlln win attend to entre acts I Scouts will present an original I shows the plant quick growth, 'II i i and cake The cake candlts1 was decorated ,
I with seven pink
Wednesday evening entertainment I II dramatization of the gumbo limbo I It Is presented by Geraldine
Eleanor Williams li tree at the county court of awards ,I| RelU I colored field hand and The guests were: Jollna Mock
an Mary Erma Lowrte. a typical heroine I Mrs Vlhlens: first and second I meeting In Southsldo school in | Elisabeth. Skill, her boss |!I Johnny Ferguson Theda,*rt graders conducted the assembly Miami thfcr1 ftirimg, the twenty :j ba Nell Proctor AnidMMad.
with the exception that the hot a 1: Awards wltfch the local girls "
fifth anniversary of the Girl Thompson Winifred Damw 'ldji I
The Scout
program Thursday morning I II t I 4
mind and will of her and Ufundamentally
own II will receive are; swimmer budge
Davis Proctor. Junior and Charu
entertainment consisted of fourtplaysMttrtamJpg movement :I i
very courageous.It i Barbara Bigger and Vara Rheney
I : lea
Mack Ferguson, Chili Bourn
is only aic tirjfweity rer+v-nck-j{ ) to peorge Wash The first scene la a humorous achol.nip! badge Barbara Biggers .
and Pete and John Moose.MR.
mg experience*! that sfe finally'gh f : Hatchet. Th I one showing the uae of the leaves : AUlley Kemo, Vera Rheney Mary I I I':1'i
.... way And allows her fear to I First American Flag1, "GeorgeWashington's ,for coat fodder. It Is presented Frances Rutland and Mary Jo j:

br made,, manifest. See BettyBlake I I Blrthjay' and "Tell-" by Merle Jenkins, a scout loader. j Close; gold attendance star, Barbara AND MRS BRIDGE FRANK WEBB,'
*Aimt Sophia,. a genial' ,1 1, Ing About Ceofgff Washington Vida Clarke, a scout Mary Frances Blggera and Athley Kemp; i |II
,I Costumes were especially made Rutland and I The Teachers Bridge Club set
gaod-natund and generally cheer- Barbara Blggers, silver attendance star. Mary Jo''
ful woman who In spit of her for this program I poor old couple. Marlon Edmonds Close Vera Rheney Mary Frances Tuesday at the home of Mr"Viid

protestations of scornful disbeliefIn I: I' and Grace Gray who play Rutland and Geraldine Reitz. I Mrs. Frank Webb on Kings hlni-
anything supernatural, I* really W. M. U. Circles Hold the part of I billy goat. and Mary I I way Mrs Ceo N. Wakefield ttd.

very auperatltioui Meetings in Church Jo Close and Ruth Owens, scouts. I Mrs Frank Skill, captain, Mrs Bevo Webb won the high sc$?
The mystery woman U everything I I The second scene shows the use Frank Lucas, lieutenant, and several prizes and J. R. Brooks was awarded -

that the sobriquet Implies. The religious condition of the of the leaves for medicinal purposes mothers from Homestead willattend the guest prigs.Ttiose.altending.

She It tall' dark, slender-a bit Spanish and Portuguese countries A child Mary Jq Close, Is the meeting.At | weret Mi and
Russian looking, with I large, fright.I lof South and Central America and I and her parents, Melba Van Tuesday's meeting bed makIng .,Mr. L. B.Bornmen.Mr. And Mrs.

ned eyes and I carting frantic| the West Indies was discussed by Winkle and Merle Jenkins, are tests ;were held a new some. Ceo. X Wakefielo. ,Mr>and, Mrs.B .
manner This part I* played by, memberr of Circle Two at th*I told by Scout Vara. Rheney how to was played and I new sqn| was v. Webb' Ur. and Mrs. W, ,aI

Mildred Co.. The part of Peggy March meeting. of'the four W M; cure the Qlness learned. .1 I VM Mr tiad MrsJuluut Webber,
Van rails. taken"by franco Lewia' U circles In the First Baptist Scene) three shows the use of the : ; [W andMre.j. R:'Brgoka, J firs.

Peggy a modem s3rl ... quit Church Wednesday afternoon. sap as a glue by a scientist,, Katherine Miss Esther Done entertained std r-rank>ian.Wi4, int Z, To' White. ,

pretty, 'very talkative1 and a bit Talks were given by Mrs; T. C. Graves, and.bis too; Athley, Tuesday two of ,bet. sorority..stters ,who.#Mating Mrs_ ."Skill. -
dumb. Boy-conscious too. Hear.' Kirby..Mn. H:O Davis Mrs. Bert Kemp .. Miss Marjory .Byer* Jsitdl'
her rattle on at a' mlU-s-minut Andrews, Mr. E.,U Lawwrence.' In the next scene in InjJIan l boy, Mist Harriet Coughenot; pf Sews*'r WRTsnHf:XGf tT.ftaolx'were

.pnce, scarcely pausing for breath. Mrs. WnxM, Johns end Mrs Win.J Jo Net) Slongle Is shown bow to Ily' Hills, .Chicago members pf,dinner gtiesta-=-Mrhd MrtT. 'C

She dresses|ln. a flashy. rnaD"erJ McMichael. Mrs. Johns read* I protect his boat from" worms >.y'.Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority of J,.tIn'MIamt. S dI1)/t'
and chew gum Incessantly I letter from Dr Leonard, a :Wlsilonary an Indjun ,princess MargaretBarnes the University of Illinois. M.IBI I
One of the most sinister character -I In China, who spoke In 1 I who uses a gumbo limbo Byers1 mother also, was a member -'FM" result use Leader

In appearance U Yaml. playedby the Homestead church three years paste of the party Enterprise'Classified Ads
Mrs. J. Tom Vann presided, :
John B. Graham. He II I' 110. 'I
Hindu who constantly dominate I i Mrs Kirby had charge of the program

the play. Kenneth Hawket takes and Mrs On Frazeur: gave
the part of Arthur Hal good- i the devotional.Mrs. .
looking wH eat up genets mm i) H. Collier presented a I I f

", ,ith a phasing personality. but program Friday morning when ir /
'aw, ut-" has Incurred a vast day of prayer was oh-er\'('rl for

moon'elfpity: because o( Mi home missions Mri Vann talked '

I "If' I I' I 1"op. which la a alight on work among the Finrl, m 11-,, GENUINE

]liml', rots aDd among the Mexlrnn
You .will I like E J. Graham al Mrs ,Aftdfew suck"' on the trainIng :

the q I ;ltv! itooi
Kerirjs. a young man of un- on er ni W'.m ,in Western Texas 'NlW SUpb
nnd Mrs C. Ha iRlrr Rice work
|)rcpo 'essrnf appearance He live on :
''n n \\ "rid of his own-among Ma with Cubans In Florida. Mrs J. '
opecimrne--ttnti \Is Intamteli en- R. Dorsey gave the devotional and

tliuslartic over his work, but quite Mrs C. N. Walker offered "..yer. '

cOwar'l\I and "jumpy" when once After a covered dish luncheon

brought I II? the realization of his Mrs Vann presented a program gJ.AAS7 7Y
atirroundmas< Charles Hart takes consisting I of* mission talks I by the :

taw part 01 Thompson another sinister Rev C N Walker. Mrs, A J Van

character but unlike Yami Marter, Mrs J. R. Pope Mrs W. E. !

he la rough. uncultured, sharp and Lewis and Mrs! A. J. Colborn; a
brusque duet by Mr. and Mrs. Walker; and i

Harold Sickle II good ai Mclnto 'a devotional by Mrs Frank Irwin.

h. I rugged husky, handsome ORDER FOR PfBUCATION I 15575 a. t. Z40
young follow, one of th<*!ie down- la the Circuit Court Eleventh
to-earth types that scoff at the Judicial Circuit Dade County, :
supernatural and look beneath the Florida. In Chancery Case No.' PRO'DFI
Easy Terms
surface for I logical motive for Mil.
things. i JANET WEBBER JONES, ,iota In. BASIo
Nora Greenwood and Arcella tiff. vs KENNETH PAUL
I JONES, Defendant
Jarman are prompters Erma SERVICES
GrlffltvPoris! MIzelL Alice Sage I It appearing by affidavit appended | ; ,;... for NON" .efrIc..J
and Anna Mac Rlnehart are on 1 to the bill tiled In the above I
the advertising committee J .Vera : stated cause that Kenneth Paul I I) RUTER iC. Allu ,
Parker Margaret Albright and Don Jones,the Defendant therein named | I .
Lair are the picket CttmmltteeV and Is a non-resident of the State of EtUb"OH-Srrun'o.tift4"iu.
Melba. Bonds Mary Ann Brown, Florida and is a resident of Edge- Fornl1
wood Heights, Hillside Trucks.ville I
tarry Hold Don Lair and Alvin
Pennsylvania, .thai there la If Ut:&,;,.);J11UIl1:iI..
Prothero are on the property com-
no person In the State of Florida '
the service of subpoena upon whom Ends OI4rrorwIItllfl'
LEGAUXOTICEFirCTION- would bind such Defendant and I
that he Is over the age of twenty-
one years. It Is therefore ordered WI
: NOTICE I that said non-resident ,.."..". ..
that under divactlon of THEBOARD ,'ant be and' he is hereby required Jeeps 1-W t",.. fresher. t1F
OP PUBLIC INTRUCI !I l to appear to the Bill of Complaint'
TION on Election will be held on filed in said cause on or before i
Anr 113. 11137. |11'1 Soeclal Tax District Monday the 3rd dav of May A. I F 45.1 .
f D. lbe'alleoatlon.
No, F, Dade.CountW' JTtorlda,
l to determine who shall M> school fesseddbyDssa 41 be taken as con- &.Y....Protection flan, backed br
:. Trustee for .raid District for the Defendant. I Ganged Motors.I .
,next succeeding two years. and It la further ordered that has
Only Frlgldalr the
the number of mills of district order be published once a I g
ThooMuT to be levied ftt for four consecuUv week INSTANTCUSE-RELEASE
mid Dls. The Homestead 1b1'1 Yes Got ALL Taws OemilM Are la every lcny, In .
triM for each of said yean : ONLY FRIGIDAIRI HAS T H9. t
:The polling place *t which laid County and $tate .SUPER OUTT FR1GIDAIREMVANTAGESi
air*. Instantly reltsst*
ra newspaper published In +
Election .. .
win be held
It !
as follows: This March Icecubes from tray two- Ida ,-1/0
I" Homestead School Building.i 1 E. B., ri.JRMAN.I: I or delta at a time.
)fome.tead. I
20% man by
CUTS euaassv COif TO
The polls win be opened tor the Clerk of Circuit faucet .
Circuit ending Metals* ,
( Court Seal COUrL/I
purpose of voting at 0 clock. AMt l COO..lAmy IIiOleAT.ahi. wtsia. Com In. See its TNg BONN
By M .
and cloned at sundown on said .... quick,easy sctioo.J Sim flat "& awrsVmum I
date :t'Zi:
i JAMES T. WILSONSuperintendent I MARSH MARSH cle.It'1 AUTI."OIClTan..LU.. Only I i
of Pub Solicitors for .Complainant UnH4WTT MTDRATOSjvtAH moving parts ittdAIJi., the motor Par-,
lie Instruction Dade PROTECTION PUll' .. ouwntly oiled, sealed against moiitun mJdirt. I

County.Florida i&- I BO.I...V SMNStaAb atOTOUt .ly.. .. Gives SUPER.DUTY at amazing .9 I"
(Mar 12. 19 28. Apr 2)EVT : "SPOT .," And eww.OmH Html IUH.V SIR, THI,J>ROOJ. wuh M'actual lwnc,
=.:-..-:- iR/CJYArag w act seed &.06.00 0.ese meter ,"'I' "l 4

.,. BURS I It .
Apr".1 ..
\ ( BALL .
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I r1.. -at; .
r. "'e'toeary Public t ::- t ; HOMESTEAD FURNITURE CO. .-

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era :--Friday. March 12.1937 _, __..THEUEAnER.ETERPRIS __ '._ __ '__ L> -Paae.BIi n
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Miss Jane Draper Wins km..-tsfcool attdlloskun. lder! KOTKB Of ArPUCATMN JOJL TAt

I Bojkinj Beauty Title the auspices of the Bo}'kin* ffareot- I Aria MM Ko. IS)) .
Teacher Association before an : ADS"RATE
It, audience of more tfcaaj ..+M hundred I MOTtci H' man. .ITW list...ri CLASSIFIED ; I
C. ........... w .* IIIh!
f people 1963 O/rteftii5 Na IIn ....., .ar., '
Competing in the contest with 0' Anew A. 0Itln. 1PILMr '11........., : First Insertion 104 a tine, subsequent Insertion* 1

4.. Mill Draper were girls from every sad "hj .**. >ot.11...aI fs ', __ __ If a line ..
section of the county and the surrounding I tae lard lo bo loiiMil Ihmon. Said tjw.
. bwMiss territory. The passde 4flqta ..._ .... tollowln .........
110alt. Cosatr of Dde,, .... .f I FOR SALE Chayatee 75c a
.. of Virginian beauties were judged I! Gon.h $ FOR RENTHOUSE
FlaNa. | dot; Chinese spinach Be Ib-;
"r' : I II
I lkaereW .:..
bstaff of competent Judges on LoU. ahrk I. tree lie
spinach lb.
III lrt Roc* '.. Pan I. 11GIi. sit till following-points: fan, 50 pet nr Duto stare of '........ 174k TO RENT-for summer.Can dot, okra, market price; cartage I
-tent; figure. 2$ per teat-and (race- j j I, TIM ouomimt of said .... at the Wishing wen, Naranja !,1: jelly Mrs. Ceo W. Xoatl Sr.
nines, 2} per'cent Miss Draper ft Unknown. .... fr- (purse) Plununer Dr. and Redland Rd i
registered a perfect < :of these point and was awarded I I lemon woidlu will M bo low toW. UM to oruooHy MM ktakort MoHbU bolder I, FOR SALE MAN ;;O CHUTNEY So an 01, orI

ed 1 tlje+ title !with .but brief ,liberation .1 ... Cwurt-kowN door on law Nnrt Mi*. I 3V a pint. Jung] drove
bthe Judges, dos'H Iko.owitk aIt11..."".,wklrk to I IUw I FOR. SALE 3 dos, laying, hens,
school;t' Dotal kk deL i'J"r ....(,. l;'17E. j' Rhode Island reds and white I GUAVA JUICE $1 pet gallon.
Throughout her entire
B. LtATHKMAN: : J laghonns, .most of them about 1 Jungle Grove Redland
career she has made an enviable Tint of Circuit _". yr. old L G. Adams at Dr. I
r fin ..-la. .Of the Do4o CwMMH ..Laid. ". I FOR SALE
riconl. president Clrt.R Court ;' Petersen place on Halnltn, % Guavas, Se Ib, only
"Junior class of the 2oyl n'.Jiah inly A Justin}'1t D C I '"rnf west of J ... Phone J321 I I In small qunntltles Jungle

letd School and president of: theE | IS, I4fl t; ". o it y\ \ (ml2tf) Grove, Redland.
wortH League of the Methodist
Church She It 'bo !'|I a t. RED I'RYERS-LIve or dreasI -
Episcopal FOR
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d IN Tn t'IR't'I1' core or THaRLRVENTa ,; *d. Free delivery In city Phone
] II"'ICIAL CIA I'4T 11 "(-room frame house Iota of nice I
seeyouth AND POI DADS COUNTY. rtOKIDA.IN | $ S-y. McEwen Poultry PlantMISCELLANEOUS
; IN CHA.NCKBY NO. 4TM furnltur. 1tnlnI'-dllhes, everything -
Jan Draper a daughter of |there. She has led her class In complete, $2200. Mike an I
d.0d Mr. and Mr*. E. T. Draper who /scholastic honors sine her entrance ALIDA M. MICHAhLSIlN o.t......... "I offer I I
spent last year In Homestead and i hi the school according to ORDKII FOR RLirATION '. ...... MRS. CHARLOTTE: o. STEBtn,

9 -nttet ot Mr. and Mn Geo. E. Principal John Y. Mason pf Boy- "TO......ALIDA....... M MICHAKLJON la.aid.s.0 (-room bungalow,' concrete blockhouse I II certified Culbert&on teacher of

ci.S.. .;AVikefJeld was declared winner i kins High School Her name is I\''' a.. hetaby Mdr.d M appear to .... cost. a lot more to buld.( ; contract bridge, private or rlaui '

of tfco- lies of Mli Boyklni' In 'continuously leading the.list. of Bill In III tho Complaint._ .for.....dit..aa III"l'Wa"IIIaiI contact.aSs j I. '50, III' J ,.,..,.. "''', ,i ''rQlOM. Get up your own, r'njrf -
art .tht annualPjiT/ beauty contest.' honor students at the school' 11'7 01 April A. V. iqv .4. t\ .1 f some'. S<* Mrs. Sttbpr'jt Mm

tMaIts recently held In Boyktni, Va. 'I Miss proper hs many friendsIn ""' da..17tsaid. Bill will 6* MUM M, ':8-room.. came 2pusq, ,wiil sleep'\ Anna Backt! 'home' at Modello I

Approximately one hundred the younger set of Homestead,| This ORDER 'fo'd. Dub11.h.d I. '''''sL..dr I I 10 persons, $800. J,..* 1 j
Eeterprin. for tour aua.reutias
and fifty persona competed In the | and during her residence here was ...k.. PIANO TUNING an. repairing 1
.._teat,! u.t the Judges were unanimous I on the high honor roll o( h opte- I Dated reb....rr Ifttk A. P IMT I 5-room house end Jot"$750 j Good lined piano for sale cheap.
:;.. in their election of Mia stead High School. I I|I B LFATHERMANrirrk of Circuit C<>u"I I ...... W E. Koon. 115 N. W. :SrA St. j;

t.: Draper. reported the local press. I By X. SWIFT tmuti Four full-size lots excellent
let Ct teal.l WANTED
-The-contest; on* of the biggest "ARK A CARRloUclun I apartment. ,house site. $900.. I.
-' .,yfcnU: |'n Southampton County'1 :J."i i r far Plolntlffirok "'... '
; IS IS, MI I M.r I. Ilk 10-1| WANTED White housekeeper
path pelf t( < I\I.staged, In the Boy- 1 40 acres rswTsnd. exceptional I and cook Phone 3511. (m5-12)) v
"I I cation, $40 per acre
13r -.. ..... i .....t WANTED-Business and Professions

(I land also Women Club needs alto '
acres raw exceptionally ,
l good 1 popular oiled I for clubhouse Should be centrally
LONGER MILEAGE I ITh IoC road, and dose] to power line,I located sine club desires

I $50 per acr4 jf 'j eventually to fit up a public restroom

.. t..,. 'f I and woman exchange 4,

I 89 acres potoland AlUpatUh Must be cheap Mrs. Ben Archer, "

section, $80 per acre Leader-Enterprli 0
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II A. CAMERON, WANTED White housekeeper
Phone 'II 4 iloanselead 'I for general housework. rhone
I 522-M, Homestead (f2Atf)
i TO uil r cane
of \ irious kinds largely guavas; '
mangoes, all kinds of tropical
also Jellies and preserves Some I fruits and produce S. Rouen 7

French marigold seed to give I I I E. 135th street, New York City. ki
awl). Mrs. Orant Mahan. W.

aue.yef if ix Bauer drive (m2tf) I I LEGAL NOTICES. '

FOR SALE 10-acre 20-year-old |,w THIC CrIr."W"r.III, or TUB
I grapefruit (rove. BOO Marsh !I KIKVKNTH < I IT IN
I seedless trees 24 old Taylor IN AND" 'RANf'IRY.FOR DADE: 'OIiNTY.1\0. 47666.FLORIDA.

R IAONGASO1L61NE avocado tree, a few Persian JAMES UORUnN' """'Tift. Plnlnll r. >..
i IDA DIAS HI NTKR. l>-'.....nt
I lime trees Holes blasted and i ORDRR FOR ri HLICATIOK
made up for 17S trees Tenant I rO IDA DIAZ HUNTED: (reahlo.sea..
house Give price: cash ] loss!)1.
away You in betake required tae_r u. il*
down $1200: remainder $900 Bill o( CmirMM far "' MM. nM _It..,
ran In Uw she" MrM" mat*. oa the tlt '
federal land bank mortgage pay- 1.7 of April, A. II IMt .
able In 24 year Address Grove ............. of uM.. Hill will MKtrwlKtk.ko talirn M
a.nfr.W w .
Owner. Box 928 Leader-Enter- you
Ptfse. r..I........... for four '......In...uliv.Dow The.,
1+ra_ ..... Ll.l "
FOR SALE Seedless
-" grapefruit : E. n. M"N.
31c bushel. Loquats. Sc quart If
I DNpisp' CIr.k.
By VICt. ,
you pick them yourself. Mrs,I Ct. 8ul I
Eva'Cblltos. Federal highway atBiscayne '! CARR a '
t ncs&t iudoa drive.FOR I'I 1 1 aslriw., CARRPl.lnllff. >'
(Mi II I*. l< : M.,. I. 111 r

83,000.00 and up per year If you i j i TAX DEED

buy this atom for only $3 30.001| (Senate Bill N. 1(1 File A-I4S4) Ie
I plus Inventory. For full particulars -| Notice Is hereby given that J K. .

see Scherr Feed & Supply. I Hester holder of State and County i
Stori' (fStf) i Tax Certificate No. 31214 Issued i

PURE GROVE HONEY-heavy, the 3rd day of August, A. D 1931

delicious Bring your container I has tiled Mm In ray office and

Honest quart The Sage Grove','has made application for a tax

4C Kings Highway, east of Krome,I deed to be issued ,thereon. Said
ave. J29tf).'[:Certificate embraces the followIng -
I described In the County
,i property -
I fOR SALE Citron fresh or p...'I'| of Oade State of Florida. to.
served. Tropical tomato mines I I wit: t

mileage you Jet from guo CROWN. GASOLINE; really meat and sandwich filling liox. I Lot 22, Block II, Realty Security -
I Ii
fine depends upon a number pf. delivers more mileage, becauseit's 20c, pint 39c Calamondlns I In!!, Corp:: Coconut Grove
i small lot lOc qt Mrs Ceo. W 1' Subdn., Plat Book 2, PIle 8S,
II .tluiigiIc. depends first upoa pure,clean and burns..up .XoaV Jungle Grove I I ICAJUSSA3. In the County cf Dnd State

.. ,the purity cleanliness and physK completely| It is highly volatile, I! of Florid "

cal characteristics of the gasoline and starts at the first flash of the SMALL. IOC' PLANTS HL CUTTINGSand for gab Ii I TIle assessment of said property ) ,

itself. Ic 'also depends on how spark. This means less use of the t'; Mrs, Ceo. W Kosel, Jungle tinder the said evrtlflcate Imposed
''w..1n the Mm of: Sady H. Allen
4 quickly ilsrtt, and how little choke, and less wasted gasoline.: Plum 'etaL :

"SOLMI ''it se quires the use of the choke.- Try' a'""unUuI"oI.CROWN, I Unless said certificate shall beredeemed
INR grapefruit, fryers, eggs, "seeording to law, the ,
for the mart you: use the choke, GASOLINE today, and Jet it Dr, Shanklln Crave, H mile I If property described therein will be 4

,the less milttgi road gttt prove its superiority in jour car. west of Florida City> sold to th4 hl he." bidder at the

Court-nous door on UM lint b

f LEGAL'NQTICE.SNOTICS Monday In the month of April,
IllS, which is the. Jth day of April
,_nt.. Ik* Precocious. ,.t 1837. ", ""
SN of tko Bookliw Art of >.". _loa '24th '
Dated this day of February
$TANDARDOILOMPANY' l ....... crM kr like Class X. .
of NooMot o4. U Ik* MP of HaoMoto
S<0* f PIori ... ..
UM .. of *< of I
kr ... ooiiililuM of ..des gist Clerk of Circuit Court.
....... .. .-..... ... Did County, Florida. '
1-m II of UM fooWoJ mr... ..... .
4W.. okU MM M JolT I. IMt. .1, Circuit Court Seal
order of tko Board of tXiwtoro, I By N. C.STERRETT, D. C.

L Z. fFcLiNN't. -::!it: I J

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Pan* Twelve THE LFADER ENTERPRISE Friday.. March U. 1937

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1 e Y4e
of .
Crotinued Front Fate One- GOLD MEDALFLOUR
: not be able to dive Into their holes HONEYIn
,r Foxes have become to numerous
( In South Dade that Veteran local ,
noundimen like Dr. J. A. Smith lb.Section ,:,,
I declare it is next to Impossible to "

because have a good when fox the, hunt hound any more 2 for __.._._ 25c 1 1 5 lb. pkg. ._. ,29c

chased a fox for about half a mile I
another fox crosses their path and I SOUTHERN LADY ml."H'U.1 '
off they win chat after fox No. 2 I JERSEY ,
until another fox bob UP. "We
usually end: up without a single fox Salad Dressing Tomato Ketchup
mow because there are too many jRri. and Sat. Specials I

around.A stealthy" Or Smith whisper said.of padded i qte jar ...... 25cMAXWELL 2 Ig. bottles.25c

fret, tens poise, sudden leap an
infinite flurry of *ound- nd Mr.

John procedure Slylock For Doe'the Fox has past prize has been few chickens.another.becoming months of more this Mr.I I'I ,I HOUSE COFFEE Ib: can 29c II II

numerous night by night. And at :
least three times different poultry I'
owner Inside Homestead's city Lady Grace CAMPBELL'S Concentrated: BULK
limits have seen foxes bag their
chicken in broad daylight. [
If you are wondering whatj SODA
become of your chickens near the! Tomato Soup3cans..25c
house, blame wild I cat and bobs i iI'neth'lIll | Large pkff.,..... 20e SUGAR
cat*-- little I CRACKERS
house kitty Hunter Fruit Bowl ..... lc
1 are reporting the wood and glade I|
full Of cat*. These cat run like qt __. __. 19c both for. 21c 1 lb. pkg..10cSnowdrift 5Ibs..fc..27cMUSSELMANJfS
deer on tight,but have been knownto .,
attack persona in the pine lands.In .
a way these eat are worse than
the foxes, because they pass unnoticed !
In the day time when they I lSSr3ke 63cPure III

town.happen to be prowling around Inl I

Quail in South Dade are rapidly I Gold
thinning out before the onslaught WHOLE: CHAIN' i
|I ruin er leU-&lab
of f xe*. eats, men and gun If I (
men alone hunted quail It would I I RICE,5pounds_.__......... ... 29c PURE "
not be so bad,for the majority hunt FLOUR101b.bag..45c
only In season, and It la best for I| BULK -
1 large covey of quail to be thinned I I APPLE JELLY:\
out; If a covey la broken up the MEAL or GRITS, 5 Ibs ......... 19c
quail will mate off but if allowed!
to fo In peace, the member vf 201b.bag..85c SVN-CWATT 2 lb. jar Oo. -. 2&
that covey or family,will not mate I
and breed. I DEL MONTEMELBA CANE SYRUP, Vi gaL can Oo..o... 35c
The Miami club of the Isaak i!' HALVES BULK ANY BRANDS. '
Walton League has Just spent! '

1 breeding J,000 railing quail baby and quail distributing buying PEACHESNo. BROWN SUGAR, 4 Ibs. .. .._.... 25c MILK : '
them throughout Dade County 1
The cheapest price at which a; PALO

can quail be hen bought for breeding 1* 180.purposes Several, No. 2% can .. 19c DOG FOOD, 3 cans ...... ....... 25c 3 Ig. cans... 22ca

other club also are breeding quail
near Miami. and the Homestead .
Chapter of Future Farmer i* preparing .I, BLISSPOTATOES Golden Ripe BROOKMAIDPURE Premium HersheyY
to raise young quail to turn I
loose In this vicinity. The Walton I Corned Beef
League and the F. F.A. do not feel i
like raising quail to feed to the BANANAS31bs..l3c
foxes and wild cat*. PRESERVES21b.jar..39c HASHHb.can..l5c COCOA

South Dade Farms Buys I 5 lbs. ..__ 17c M
Ten More Caterpilars I 2 lb. pkg..29.cSTEWING'

Ten caterpilar tractor of the

'. 22 by type South were Dade purchased Farms last Inc.week for WESTERN COFFEE, (fresh ground), Ib.-.. 21c

use in preparing Its vast rental \
acreage on the bit Glade for cover CHUCK ROAST CmCKENS-
', crop planting In conjunction with I BLACK MISSION FIGS, 2 Ibs._.25c I .
the federal government' toil conservation ' 4 lb. average
program. Ib .......... 22c
I Sliced Pineapple, No. 2 can _..... 17c Ib. .. ....... 27c

t Turner's Funeral Home WESTERN WESTERN

\' M-fc AMBCLANCB SERVICE SUPER SUDS, 3 pkgs. ." _Oo n.. ... 25c I ,rROUND
1 Lady Aiteedanir BRISKET STEW2lbs. STEAK

bone II4R BoroMttU Fla.MHN :i CRYSTAL WHITK:

: 1'rS i ...... .. 25c SOAP CHIPS, 2/2 lb.pkg. ,...n.19c lb. _---".''' '27c
; i O. SALLBT POST NO. 41 i r
; Meek stet 9Ht thM We*seeds
I ... at, AMt%a UeHw Bide, i COUNTRY
{ |eN Bweessed. pee.eMoa. Eta.bah Kraaw!.*, ROIL BUTIER, 1b 39



MONKEY lb. ...... Me lb. ,..__. 35e h. ...n.. 16c:: jibe .. _... 24c 2 Mts.' .... Me


(with floe M leCUMre > Picnic Hams It & I
lee :
stew.d.A IV.n.le.d. CIRCLES .

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