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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 19, 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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J HOMESTEAD:! Extra Sanitary Precautions Taken 'PEORIA! MAN BUYS 110 ACRES .

I In Negro Section Due to Labor Influx

BE STRATEGIC I i I The Influx of 1,500 to 2.000 matt 1 1I land Motors, tno! and Bird Chevrolet ADJOINING TRACT ALREADY
: negroes into the Homestead Co for selling th* city a nx
I ten this year hal caused quar.1 truck far me'Ugh! and power de-
of sanitation which the city council partimnt No action will be take
FOR TRAILERS attempted to lessen Monday I' for at least''10 days, the council I i IN PROCESS OF SUBDIVISION

I I night by. appointing a sanitary Inspector I agreed .
| Repair work which was completed -
I j Mayor Tom Harris was authorized I
Ut September by the Train- ---
Location Ideal When Key to swear In Dexter Home ..11a I American Construction Co. on the I
I Work on Sunday School Five Acre Home Sites
special policeman to enforce i plant and line of the tight andI
Road Done Says Auto
sanitary regulation throughoutthe :I power system we Accepted by the 11 Building Is Under Way I I With High Restrictions
Tourists Head city and particularly In the'council by adopting a resolution : Now Developing
negro section. He will be employed I f I to that effectA Work of tearing down the bid
HIGH PARKING for at least 60 days until Methodist Sunday school
11 .
I fire hose which the council 60 ACRES OF LEWIS
the congestion Is ended by the on N. W Second stl'Hw..bulldtn'j '
VISIT HERE had considered buying from the
close of the farming season. H* Monday to make way for CORNER ALSO SOLI ;
Miami fire department did not
will be empowered to arrest all I story concrete block building that
Offers Aid In Laying Out who do not' comply with sanitaryspecifications. j pas, fire the chief Inspection, Henry of Brooker A. C. Deputy Jr.-, will be constructed on the nme..,JCameron' Reports Land (

Thoroughly ModemEstablishment tire committeeman, reported. site The demolition will be con* r| Bought at Prices :
The city tractor and trailer will pleted by Saturday and woik'ta '
spend at least halt of its time I W. R Bird was granted permitto the new building Is expected to, "Not Too High"Sal :,
erect a two-itory frame how J
keeping the negro section clean and begin next week
t With the completion of the Over. sanitary. At the suggestion of In Porvenlr A permit was grant I, The new structure will be 40 of the E: C. Gaunt tract, f
Ma Highway bridges next year, I ed to Richard Smith to build 44 feet and consisting of 110 acres fronting a
a state health officer who visited by will house four separate -
Homestead will be one of the most J the quarters last week the city I frame building! 12. by 24 feet in the I department of five to 2,000 feet on Naranj road and 1
strategic location In the countryfur will furnish quantities of lime to negro section.' The council delayed six classroom and one assembly 1,850 feet on the federal highway, ..'
,I high clan trailer park and be deposited In all low and Insan granting a permit to William j room each The pastor the Rev. to Clyde Garrison' Peoria III, 1,
would well to
this community do itary spots. Jones, negro, for erecting a small I A. A. Koestllne hopes that it will manufacturer, was reported yesterday k
lose no time In seeing that one is dwelling, until an Investigation by H. A. Cameron, Homed t;
Mid Edward A meeting ol owner ef property f be completed by> Mother Day
eitskliihed, Captain ,
can be made real estate broker.
In the negro section will be call. ,
H/Jungc:: president tax Awtomobtl *4 lh We neat future to coftsldet The voutKlttfneA commented U,. The tract adjoin a quirtcr-seo- t: I
Tourist Association, In the installing of septic tank on I on the high average of fines shown HUNURS URGED Uon (160 acres, ) lying at the corner j
a conference here yesterday withMayor their property. collected in the police report for' of Coconut Palm drive and t 1
Tom Harris and Bee Arch Bid tor additional work on the I I I February It Included: total arrests : Naranja road, which Mr Cameron '
Redland District \
er, president of Commerce. municipal light line amounting to 41, found 1U130, dismissed sold recently: U Merle Slane of ,!
Chamber approximately ''','00 probably will I, turned ever to'county, ; Chicago ewnef of the ttunston ,'jI' }
Captain Jbticcl, wile with be accepted before April 12 according I 5; total fine $385| fine collectedIn YEAR PLAN Ind., News.Index The Slane
his family It traUertag to Miami, 'te a letter received from cash, $31750; lines served in I' tract 1* to be undivided Into five- 1
cam to Homestead especially to the Jacksonville office of the pub Jail, '45; fine suspended, tlO;' acre rove-home sites and sold
palM Out the opportunity await- 11* works administration which Is I fine uncollected, $1150; feeding Shaller and Flowers Dis under restrictions similar to thoseIn ;
log thai community' and to otter financing the project The transfer prisoner, 2425. Coral Cable, and work ha nU.

emy'mcounge-nenl .and aid oft ', ef funds-fcptn. repair work ., ..,_. ....,. ," .cusq'pxes Also at l F "*, :-.ww.*) .20-aer"* fortiori 4
bid uMctetkHk to .ny responsible the water system" to the light .1' F. :Clubhouse: it
a individual er rganlxaUon that will baa been approved, the fetter .1 NEXT WEEK MAY Whether Mr. Garrison will follow
$ underlain t* develop a creditable dtcated. I By r..l Ihskklbi a similar line of developmenton
trailer' park here. A plea to sportsmen to get behind his newly acquired tract I* not
The right-of-way for the proposed -
'The beat operator of a trailer state highway through the 1 SEE WIND-UP OF the state game commission In definitely known yet but the belief
park It a dvk organliallon, for southeast section of Homestead I a tight to keep the legislature from I U that he too contemplates a
flride and progress and not diverting hunting license money subdivision of mall groves
connecting with the present highway DADE SPUD DEAL
selfish Interest will be the main '4-A at the city limit was and other game commission rev- Another sale made by Mr Cameron
thought Captain Jungcla said. shown on a blue-print presentedto i enues into other channel was I i II DO acre of the quarter
Me cited the model trailer park In the council made by R. L. Sheller game coin section of the L wls eol'TI.1'Avo-
Bradeaton operated by the Kl. Bids were received from Bed- Storage Supplies May Extend I missioner' for the fourth congressional cado drive and Rdland road to ,
wants Club, proceeds of which art I I Shipments for district of Florida. at a meeting I l I Joseph Gordon of Ma.sachti-U*.
used for bettering conditions of Some Houses of Future Farmer and sportsmen This tract has a frontage of 900
underprivileged children. Outdoor CAN NOT EXTEND I I In the Homestead F F A !I feet on Redland mad and extend

b dancing platforms, shuffle board I Next week ;;ru see the windupot chapter house Wednesday night westward for a half-mile
courts, swimming pools, assemblyand I the deal In South Dade I Both Mr Sheller and Ben Flow. Mr. Cameron preferred not t0mention
recreation rooms' are providedIn T A X EXEMPTION,I, with the potato exception of tome shipments era, local game warden, said that I prices paid for any of the 1
the higher type trailer parks,he I Br'er Fox has practically "taken"I three tract, but to did say that it
out of storage, according to I
must was not "too high'.
saleS Dad County and something
check made of the main packinghouses
, I The'park j should be close In so DEADIM.MAR.31 a Wednesday be done It quail are to be saved as "Any price," said he, "is always I
that the trailer tourists are 'within I game birds in this section of the 'too high', whether It be on acreage
distance ot the A. W. Hutchinson, Goulds, will state It was announced that I or I house and lot. If land I* offered .
I easy town's hopping business district, yet It City and County Blanks ship 40 care this week and be plan of a successful fox trip are I at 125 an acre it I* too high.
Ihould be located on the main variable Here and finished except: for 23,000 packagesIn being sent to the Homestead Future If land I I. offered at $10 an acre or 1 I
I highway, the Automobile Tourists fa Florida City I storage that will probably go 1 Farmer and trap mad from 4100 an acre, or at any other price,
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Association president said. Merchant out next wetk.- them will be placed in strategic it is always 'too high'. My opinion
South Florida Potato Growers I 18 that real estate prices will
In every line ol bustnet Application blanks must be fill location Local conservation !
benefit from trailer tourists as they ed out each year by home owners Association i* getting out 25 can officers have volunteered to help In show substantial advance during t tI
this week: and will wind up shipments constructing the trap the next two years, and at the
never have bent hotel takt'J j U they expect: t6 get the IS 000 exemption I I I 1
salt Aecordtnt to statistics from city and county taxes with eight or ten cert next I Fifty thousand dollar ?gas been lend of that period, present-day y 1
by him on the expenditures of the I I provided In the Homestead xemptton week. saved by the game commission price will appear to hv been L i
Automobile Tour\8t' Association 1 amendment, te th* state I f C Peter, toe. I* rolling:35 (Continued on Page Seven) very, very much too low", I I

members over a. period of yean, constitution adopted In I"., and care this week but will probably I
the absolute,minimum spent per the deadline.for filing exemption keep going tot two weeks because Be Feature
I' Dancing to '
I penafl peg dq'l8 $2.10. I applications U March 11. of Hong supplies. Square 1

, Captain Junfds said that the In Homestead both county and I Tomatoe Ire holding up firm Of Pool Benefit Swing Saturday Night
AutomobUw Tourists Association city exemption blank can be ob-' In both quality and price, with I f F1i t tIi
j I* ttaaRel ably opposed lo the term l' tained and filled out at the officeof prospect: of shipment tapering to "
"t U.I4at'.mp" because It savors City Tax Assessor Claude Camp an end in about five week Prices i The second dance for the swimming repairing the municipal swimming i 1
ot a ondeacript place ol a tern*1 bell. Fierier avenue near Mewrystrwt Wednesday were a* high aa 12.00 pool repair fund, to be given pool Ticket can b*.bought from 1 I f
penury nature. The term tourist Blank Ire obtainable a lug i o. b. her Ii tomorrow night at ties Homestead I member of Radiant District .1

'.(Continued' Page Several also U the city clerk's office In the Country Club, will feature square Chamber of Commerce sponsoring 1
city hall but It applicant desire Avocado Lime Growers dancing which will take place before committee Paul leaner, First 1
Mr. Campbell's help In filling them and during the Intermissions National Bank of Homestead; Mri (
! 'QIIIoW 0"040 THE WKATHEkMaxMla t" ovmrd eat they can get it without charge To Meet Tuesday Night ef the regular swing danc Carl Tweedell chamber of commerce \ ;'I
I R.s..r.s ...- -, by going te U* business office. A string orchestra that will In- office, and Mrs. E M Fret. t
I | | | Bar.) KalJdar. ., In Florida City, 'Town Clerk A general meeting of avocado elude old-Urn barn dance fiddlingin her, florid City bt from Mrs at [ _!
Flora D. Myers ha exemption and lime grower will be held in Its repertoire will begin playingfor J. IV1> chairman of the ways ?
6 ---?; 11 i 64 13043! I blank for<< both town and countyat the Kedland Farm Lit School the square dance al 9 'dock and mean subcommittee of the ,
I stag I _...... I 7. I 1St |2"49| .$. be* residence on Eighth street, next j'uesday''nlght' to hear proposed Th regular, orchestra doe not get civic club' Joint pool committee. I /y;
Stfar 7 ..._._.1 15III I 58 I t | .11 a block"north of the town haU. She constitution nd bylawsfor started untir 19 'dock,, so tber Tickets tre on laid at the Dixie t
Mar. __._"I I 80 |121.171| also will aid homeowners In fining the co-operative marketingand will b* 45 minute or an hour of Drug Store also.' ; .1
Mar. 9 .-...| 78liar. I 68 |29'111. JSASi ,eat" end.Jill *.their applications packing association for which square dancing for those who At the first pool benefit damson :'
10 __-..1 I 8Mu. I 130.011 44 for the exemption permitted they voted approval last week. would like to enjoy the event end last Saturday night, MA and'Mre. r '\
11 _._1 74 1 115 Iso.oll] ..31Mae. by law. The recommendation of the yet let to bed at a "decentJwuf we. lose of Miami were adjudged "'
12 ._.1 i WJ.M 13004 The city; and county assessors are committee which will make Its reeorf For the Knar dancer wb tar i the belt da.c.rig on the floor. Mr*. 1
M.... IJ I 761 .l |130.031 .ewerlea* t* 4o Mythtof for property will be'.patefl fcn previsions to day later there will be barn RoM I* the former Mill Evelyn
Mar., 14 ZZjlUMlS I 1 '' owacrtl who,de tot get their b) too cojistJttjtlons ,and dance numbers by tM strict orchestra ; Tboma of Homestetd. A couple twill
I Mar. IJ"_":" i 1 85" I! 80 15'.871 applications for exemptions on tile of misting successful' cooperatives while She swing orchestra be selected at each dance to t ,t
Mar. 16 ...-..k 211 J 60 121.881| | before April 1. A* the deadline notably In Calitorai with I* taking. Its Mat Intermissions.All I compete at the last benefit dance +s

Mar. 17 ..._| It i I 49 !;jai3| I* set specifically by law there can special regard. to. membership. con.3HJ8WT ., proceeds above the cost of for I loving cup offered, by UM
'SoIar1f.: .... 'f'Tfl'"I3O.axr-.,"'" W+M,>:xtenawvu>, fJt> time lltltltt 't _".- Th('Iitu4lp+',]f4Jt KJ tf'tfI. liaise lOf chamber or flownm***; -


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a Page Two_ THE: LEADER ENTERPRISE l Friday, March 19,1937.

':on North Krome avenue I rather than'work at something beneath ,annual meeting of the Florida U.I .
7TH GRADE GIVES Services In the English language INDIA ORIGIN OF hit dignity Tt la commonI I Nation Association which Tt. In
will be held on the second and the I for the college graduate who are I session Thursday Friday ajv} l
"GHOSTS OF HILO"I fourth Sunday of each month at SIT- OIVN\ CLUBIJJTOLDINTALK I I not employed at one. by the government Nay of ttys wetkt ki* QrLSobstttutrrfeWherf ; :
a o'clock: la the afternoon, Mr. Zulaul t. eomtnlt! mlcide. rather in* filling e
I announces.. The Sunday thai>>seek +ther ,.-. II L401dfIto Hoftft .
FOR POOL TONITE'' aehoof meets al 10 o'clock each. A telephone message from $ JScheol *4i SundayFnneral. George Swan who wee at the St. yesterday of today
I Francis hospital,Miami Beach, wu Nell K. Walker, member of the
BO Hawaiian Maidens One I Used by Mahatma Ghandi delivered to the Lions by the Rev county board of education and her
I Services Held ja Struggle for His C. N. Walker. Mr. Swan aaked husband, the Rev: C. If Walker., .
Feature of Operettaby i for A. J. McGaughey Objectives that the work he wa leading 1* also, are attending. the jneeMot,
Schoolgirls collecting fund for the South Those attending from the Homestead
Sit-down strike-were traced to I eastern branch of the Children schools are Principal L.. BScunners .
.funeral, services for A. I. Mc- Horn Society: of Florida be continued -
who spent tM lint part
An operetta, The Ghost of I India In a talk to the Lions Club
conducted Saturday in his absence. Sam Davis .
Gaughey were of the week at his for boy
Kilo, will be presented tonight t>l the Redland District made Tuesday .
at 1 P. m. In Turner Funeral added a plea for the home. Following Mentone, Ala., Mill Ilinor Hayden
at I o'clock: In the Neva King Cooper night b1 the Rev. W. 3 Parker i Iin -
Home by the Rev. C. N. Walker, the meeting. It was reported :
Miss Frances Pone and
auditorium by the girls of the I pastor of the Homestead Nazereno I ,
pastor of the Homestead Baptist to the board of director that jdeo I N. Wakefleld.Those '
seventh grade for the benefit of Church who spent many yean asa
Burial In Palm Cemetery had
Church. $135 been collected since the
tile swimming pool fund missionary In India He point.ed attending from Redtand
It Narsuja followed. preceding Tuesday night.
The Interesting dialogue; Is told out that Mahatma Ghandl years i r are Principal Carl Wagner, Mrs.'
Mr. McGsughey, who wa 7} Mrs. W. 0 Talbott and Miss
In songs and dances Matte (Edna ago tried that system of gaining Green Rives, Mill Myrtle Kcrfoot,
Forte) tell In song all the things year*.old died last Friday In theKendall Ml objective. Jeanette Cox played two piano I Mill Rebecca Fisher Miss Shirley -
hospital following a short duets, and Stuart Hall of Home-
she thinks should be "taboo" and The effect of Hindu superstitions Harkness Mia Kathryn Cast,
ah ha a tremendous list Kealoha Illness He came to HomesteadII on the Ute of India wu explained I stead sang two tenor solos accompanied Mill Elinor S. Payne, Francis
(Esther Rucker) say In long that year* ago and followed the by Mr. Parker by Mrs Julian H. Webster LJvermore, M. A. Baker, Paul M.
a long, long time ago people did I carpenters trade. He lived In one "India hat 333000 god," h* on the piano. Baker C. L. Ooley and C. R.
of two house he owned on N. W. I
queer thinga-never shook hands laid, "and none of them offers any i Richard Kinard was Introduced, Cutteridge!
and said goodbye, but rubbed Sixth street particular moral uplift Rather' si a new member Guest Included, Mil Esther Livingston who
nose instead Princess Leilanl I He Is survived by two daughters, they are gods of revenge and fear I'I'I I Harry C Reely of Redland Earl teaches In Miami and fn. Ivan
(Geneva Vann) Is so lovely and Mrs Minnie Hones of Chicago and I I The sacred cow 1* the 'holy mother L. Middleton of Miami!, W. G Hay- Moaer who teaches In Kendall are
beautiful that her aongi make I Mrs Ina Smith of Defoe, Ky.; a of the Hindu and bloodshed often ter of Waco, Tex., W. A. Pratt of I attending the meeting
I peace between-th Little. Slater brother John _B. McGaughey of I[results when the Mohammedan London Eng. J. 1. Pratt of Port i
and Malle .,, -JJJI.I"'Y oulavlKy. ; tour atep-lOu,1 I kill etfUtJoT their fe.."." I I Arthur, Ont., and W. O Websterof WANT ADS PAY .:
Pollard) is thtrl.Mv rite' ef Qba*. BT Rudteflnd A. w. Hunt I Education of the Hindus li & Buckingham Ill.
prlncesa. *t *t* WTI 01.JiOmdtee4. w. C. Rucker -ofBradenton I dered difficult -for the "t"n-I "
There arc 30 )I tawaifan In and R. B Rucker of I G.-
I I government because of the Hindu : 16 Teachers From This NEWT BALL
Palmetto. .
belonging to household of the
who hat gained
belief that} one a I
princess who add-beauty to the District at Contention "fours Public
college degree ahould work only In
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scene by swinging their colorful Rehearse on TuesdaysFor I a government position Mr. Parker I naB: S\i'IUCI1.\ID!!
j Jets and singing soothing melodies laid If there la no position supplied I Twelve teacher of the Redland KINDRED L1XE8M
I An added attraction will be Annual Concert him tie let the less educated school and four of the Homestead 1 j r IT. aVima A?*.
dance specialties directed by W. I member of his family support him 'school are attending the fifty-first
Connor and popular songs by High I
School Rehearsal of the Bach choir

The operetta girls Is directed by Mrs which will present a concert of, A PERSONAL GUARANTEE WITH EVERY SALECrOODWlLL :-
sacred and secular music In the I
Margaret and Miss Atetha
Lutz I* prompter. Neva King Cooper auditorium I
soon after Easter, are held every
night at 8 o'clock in the I
Rev. N. Zulauf Is Now
Homestead Methodist Church under -
Lutheran Pastor Here the direction of Irving J. Lyon I .

AlI.inel'lln the district are invited -II .
i, The Rev. Norman Zulauf pastor to attend the rehearsal, Mr.I
of the Robertson Memorial Lyon said All proceeds from 1I
Evangelical and Reformed Church' the concert above the cost of the .
> of Miami has assumed the pastorate music will be donated to the Homestead -
I of St. John Lutheran Church swimming pool fund.

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Agent for Firestone Tires l ii tG r

: Equipped for Hattery Recharging and Service f


Washing Polishing Greasing

Can Called Far and Delivered
I North Kreme at Fifth Phone 131.)( Homestead Fla. \


!i) Lumber I r' ,

Hardware, I p la ,rl w .{

f andBuflders' I I II USED CARS


wises a ooc..i will"used a". ears at MusUaig price reactions biwoponowillyiiiuratoaMtlofacUM

o.W..U avopaM for boary,. *<.._
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every seethat bows tla1e r. am l"a4o A few of U.OM typlMltosomlllloiiod ,

TACKLE : "Good w Ill"tagbasbeettcompletely bargalasarelisted".. _-,..... ... Q
sod U as nearly like
I .. _JaetIIMt'-I.our used
now a* pert mechanic eau male It.massy ,
I For a limited Umo only,*. offw our MR dicey, Com la BOW-ire on
: FARM IMPLEMENTS I ompl tatockoiMCoodmUl"iuMa save you many dollar bybuytag sew.I .

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STATION WAGON UVUT-PraeUeaII a aO$665 SEDAN) gad traM- !

lack like new track tea be portages .

._. .. S37S beniht for for 165PRESTON
"Buy it in Homestead"W. I Al least I1M.N saving rt



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,,- ._ .F.rldarl1arclt 1.9..l.931--_.. ........ TRADER ...ENTERPRI3EL- ._ ,, h -- -- ---.-..--Pa re ThrwDIRS. .. .It
F. L SKILL'SMOTHER cietjTvMlsa.tcbifluperln r. t d9'1Vii' R., ., }j',: <4 :;"' ::1 ., :.q >. \f J:,!;l4 J "

{J Shepherd, president DIES INWASfflNGTOND.a man'i ForeignMissionary Society
On the finance committee are 1
W. H, Sheffield, H. J. Brockett.: '
Chattel Clinton*Mrs. J. W. Miller, '
Mr*. O. C. Hole. Wine Alice Ma-I
eombe sad Mn. B. W. MuUio
Mrs J. I T mage Was W. F A. Robertson to aUditor. :

Passenger on First On the parsonage committee arel f came to zts
Train Into Miami Mr*. H. 1. Brockett, Mrs. M- L. you ,
Kennedy Mr*. John Rohrer,Mrs.J .
Mr*. J t Turnif, mother of M Dobbin, Mrs. R. W. Mufflm
Mr*.Frank L. Skill of Homestead Charles Clinton.On .
died Monday In Washington while the music committee: Mrs. with a.MARKET
visiting' with another daughter J. W. Miller, Mn Charles Clinton,
Mrs. J. T. White of that city. Fu- Mn Lloyd Delta Mn J Doxse.
neral services were held from the Mn W. H. Sheffield, MU Alice
White. home in Washington yetter- I Macomber; on the pastoral rela-
day; I i tions and pulpit supply committee
Mr*. Turnage Was welt knownin j I are: H J. Brockett, W. H. Sheffield BASKET
Homestead She made her i Mn Charles Clinton Mrs
home with Mr. and Mri Skill for ,J. W. Miller Miss Alice Macomber;
three yean until last July and on the religious education cbmI !
ever since 18H. when she first;I mltee: Mn. Mary Sheffield, Mn
cam here,she had been a frequent Lloyd Delta Mrs. Charles Clinton: I
visitor In this city i Ion the home and foreign missions
Born In Jackson, Mlsi. In 1868,'committee: Mn R. W. Mullil'lal,
Mn R. J. Shepherd Mn John I IRohJoer.
Mrs Turnage was married la Union
Parrlah, La.. In 1880 With her
husband she came Florida and The nominating committee is I
first settled In Tltusvllle- Mr. Tur-I I composed of: Miss Alice Macom- ". .'
na,. went to Miami bj sailboat- ,ber.Mr*. M. UJUruwdy, Mrs. HJ .
tore It was reached by the railroad Brvekett.Charles. Clinton W:
and.went Into business and In Ji,Sheffield Delegate-tor lh*>Rcd .
: IBM.Mn Turnage! joined him.She 'land'.District ChrUtUn Mo'i :t- :. .
'was a asservgeC> on Jhe first train Union are,W. H. Sheffield and. '. .;, .' .. ,

into Miami. when! .the; railroad had ,Chap.lCltnton., ." .... .. \ ; .
Tot beeit ;
yet _accepted rpm the \ t
contractoil' and passengers; traveled .
at their own'risk MACK HAKDEE NOW IN.TAX;', !

Mr. nd.Mrs. Turnage had five COIXECTOI OFFICE
children, Paul Pearl Carl, Muerl t
and Rita Mr. Turnage died many Mack Hardee of Homestead was aD !
161'.180.. appointed t clerk In the oftlow:- tf I .
Survivors are three daughters, Hayes Wood, tax collector of Dad. !
Mrs Frank Skill, Mrs White and' County effective March 5Mr '
Mrs,Wm.G Campbell of Washington Hardee, who 1* In the real ,, I
D C; four grandchildren, estate tax division, said yesterday'
Frank L Skill Jr, and Elisabeth I that he would .fee glad W perform
Skill of Homestead, John William, any *ervle .withinJU* power tori t '----
and James White and Mn Henry I taxpayers In the south end of the
McClellan of Washington, D. C.; i county He can be reached at'';
and one great-grandchild Vaughn the tax collector office In the !
McCIHa -f W shlngton: 'I court house or after hours at his
home on East Avocado drive. Suppose you walked into our plant with
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WORd* CUy '"
Church Elects Officers a market basket and asked for the various

I,',....:. items of electric service
W, F.A..Robertson J. H. you would need
mons, Chas Clinton, W. H ,
field,and Roy Chandler SIIII-I P 1 1I ( during the day. You'd 'be astonished at the
elected trustee of the Florida
Community Church at the EO '
meeting of the church : .. : : tremendous bargains we arc offering..
night. Ml!
Stewards elected were: Mrs. M.
L.'Kennedy. Mn 0. C. Hole, MnL { For instance, each separate service costs onlya
,'F. Chapman, Mrs. Lucy Clinton
Mrs. J. H. Rohrer Mn & or two a day. Each for
1.1 penny penny pays
Shields. H. J Brockett, and W.
Macomber. Miss Alice Macomber, GeneralPublic
was made recording steward; Mrs. convenience, comfort or pleasure that you
Chas, Clinton disbursing steward:
Mn J. M. Dobbin connectional I UtilitiesHomestead wouldn't do without. Each penny buys a
steward: and Mrs a W. Millins, I

communion Mrs H J steward.Brockett was electedpresident'of I none MS-M If f ::'. ,' big bargain in cooking, refrigeration,

the Ladles' Aid So- I ,

.r '.f : ..I. .. radio entertainment, cleaning. water

heating and so on.

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..... ..Cover Crops '" ,., ,.1 f\nd"yo.u, don't have to call for these services .

? u ., 1'( with! your. market basket They are delivered
'J."' :L' t ,' .. ,
'J instantaneously, inside your home, at 'the
.. Calf on us for your requirements on Coyer .
... i. I I' touch of switch.
.Crop Seeds such as Velvet Beans, Cow: Peas, I ; i
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: ':" Crotalaria. Sesbania, Rice and Sorghum.' i ,I" s

Consult us and we will advise what would be I '\ WORTH SO MOCK .

the best crop, to plant for JolIl improvement E '.
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_Pane Four; THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE: Friday, March 19> 1W1tBE

as far aa poulbte, tbe cauiea of "

LEADERENTERPRISErablUhed r fj fLORIDA'-Mli '(I 7i""" ___ 11 ,rational shakers and and preventive death through measures.Comgnusicpble tdu-. r:+

Fridays at Herne- nO
disease Ice yearswe. I
stead Ha.. by the South Dads .
', looked! upon a* |'* major :
Publishing C. I S4M' function of a health department, 'j
but with the expandlac. of the "
BEN ARCHER _.,.. __ Editor scope ef heaHU actfvitiea It has :j
MARJORIE LEACH ARCHER imply become one of the many

.. Associate Editor activities of the general. health
,program. Reporting of diseases

Entered II second cUM. mall te the health officer I II esse'ntial v
utter March (. 1112 .! the Vast If he to to institute a proper studyof '
office at Ifomestcsd. Florida under the conditions under which the
the act of March I. 1871. dlaeaie occurred: and apply the

.. necessary control meaiures. .
'AB Sanitation ..
i iForida'
The Inspection and protectionof
the environment and of all food
Relief Program I products is the responsibility of '

The 1937 legislature will be the : 0 every local government throughIts
fn-t u the Miiorr| Florida whieh KV fI i health service and It should .

tom''IIQ with tie authority to have laboratory evidence thai the
oppi' pdate fund for relief pur- drinking water of the community; '
pmt">. In the past this duty hat I is pure and fit for human consumption '
been delegated to the countlo* by One should feel that '
the lute constitution but at the I his milk. his meat and Other food
sent,,election' November !, 1831. supplies come from clean ..pproed \'.'
the people of Florida firmly ex-1 t I sources and have been handled'*

press* d their desire to empowerthe by medically examined persons
glilature to assume this re- t arw Her health education also play ,
ipon'iblllty, s strong role because the Individual

At that time I constitutional who has been educated to know
amendment was atlfled by the what he wants and why. and will
vote i by the overwhelming ratio demand It, makes the best inspector

of 12 to 1. Thi t ,decisive vole tsconitrued because he Is the customer If
b1tun1.oIIoat'nra: aa I he let It be known that he want

mandate from-th0, >people toh food that baa been handled In a
legiiiluture to provide help for the sanitary way and If his grocer or )
'. restaurant does not supply It he
counties wttrtf their relief problem :11-tG
*. will go to one that will this, cf
'-' GiJ.PI4VJ( necessity, will raise the standardsof
11 Interpreted at a desire all food handling establishmentsIn
of the people to provide assistance
In amount more, _adequate GOlIA" "ft) the community\ .
There has always been a veil of
for the aged, the blind and depend "fI.OQIDk
secrecy about the problem of ve- '
ent children
-MOPKAloo, neral disease which has made It
It the legislature finance fROM difficult to combat. This Is an Important I
program of aid for these needy JR; problem and can be met

group, the federal governmentwill /' only by teaching the people the nee ,
pay part of the eoit half for ceisity of treatment u well as the
aid to the blind and aged and one- 0 necessity of protecting others
third for aid to dependent child through habits of cUanllne
ren. -- -
ti The health department has Ito'
Today there are many states THE beat records place the foundation of Society. hands full in expanding a program
taking advantage of this federal th old SPANISH MISSION at New of health education the Inspection
I offer of fundi for public assistance Smyrna, about 1696. A few later H THE GUAVA has become one of the moat and examination ofschool children
43 states.,.receiving fund vwaa burnedby the Indian popular of all the tropical fruits frown the Investigation of the I
; Jtef.hidl It
for old age *bta*'.4 It torbllmlssslitsnce to' have been 'used IJlternl.ltt in Florida where it is extensively used in sources of communicable diseases
aha :20 for aid teems ntly. the supervision M dairie. '
to dependent the manufacture of jellies as well as In
childrenRecommendation,' During the English occupation It was eating houses, abatolrs>> and other
the fresh form. The fruit, which is sometimes
used milt. It originally
as a sugar was
to the Ie..( sources of food supplies.
three or four inches long has a distinctive
lature that a public ssijstance built for the Jororo Indians by the Fran- The full time health department let
gram be started In Florida' wm I clKan Friars and represents a most interesting taste ripens in late summer and has neither the Inclination nor the
is in season for several months. Thereare
mad by the tate board o( social relic of early Spanish occppa. time to devote to anything except '
welfare) tion. Today. one can tract with probable many varieties including the tweet the protection of the commnulty
The tate board this month released accuracy the entrance and other parts of sub-acid and acid types all of which are as a whole. We repeat that curative
figure of its estimates of the old building. It U now preserved and very prolific. The tree of light green medicine Is Inh.. province
the number needing assistance and kept up by the Florida State Historical foliage is one of exceeding beauty and attains of the private practitioner and ti
the coat of the program The a height of 25 feet. not a function of the public health

gun. 'A of the number In need are.1: I department It is true_that manyof '
....,IVV dependent children: 21A0s"sixtyfive 0 these condition can be brought -'
year of age or gram The combined effort hat .a* an Integral part of the state and 11 I I about the same a* the district I to the attention of the Ind11du.1I.nd
resulted In a state-wide Inventoryof .national health agencies The, The function of a county unit
over-and 1,200: blind The annual | their correction urged but the .
coat for such an assistance local project suitable for the |funds tor the maintenance of such I are many and varied but perhaps I correction la made by the private ''
I I. lx-year program of public work, service at the present time are I I
program S7.S09920 Ol this the moat Important, from a standpoint physician.
aum the federal contribution will VBdertake aa4 completed during j supplied by the local county governments of the whole community 1* (Hookworm and Its preventionwill
( be 3,088.1100, and the cost to tIM Ida the latter half ot last year.Flor. or other Interested agen- health education, not only among be discussed la next week's '

as state will be IUW.M9. Florida Time Vnloo .I..j I ,within Uw county by the State. the children In school but In the ,Isr >
Social Welfare Rnl_. Board of Health and by the United home Itself Many a disastrous I

Florida'slleath {States Public liealUf Servlee.i epkhmio could have been avoided: Being told to write aa essay on ,
One of the moat fwwa -looki.| i At the present time there are 11 if the community Involved had the mule a small boy turned into
steps taken In America In recentyears. Service lndlvldua.1 county units and one f been more thoroughly schooled his teaches she following. effort:
If not In the.history o( the feW-cWMtr unit established in I In health sanitation and hygiene "The mewl Isis hardier bird than
country la the organisation It* ...-.. aM Volatile" J Florida. A dozen other counties The public health department has lUll or turfcle If has two legs to '

state planning board, and the have unrifled their Intention ofsetabtirhing never been and never win be a walk with.Jwo more to kick with

subsequent formation of similar (EDITOR'S NOTE: In the following unit as soon aa fund,curative agency-that la the. private and wears his \\M\ on the side of
bodies In the counties. This fact aerie of articles various !could be made avaUsble. The mln. phyalcian's Job. Its chief Its head Jt.. stubbornly back-
may not be particularly noticeableat .phases of the public beulta Imum pejnonnjtl 'of thete'unlt is purpose therefore is t. tUmlnsrte,!I Iwar4 abmitretttn'aj forward.1*_I*.
P M4
thla early stagy*
V* profrasns will be
gram cussed and interpreted -
of these planning couriclU. Resultswill r
In ,
an attempt to give
become Increasingly. .notice, ,
the "a4er| 4 eampnhenjlve. I
able as the year pats'in thetuture picture of health BRAND FERTILIZERSFOR
public work as REMAND
This would bs true open Jf H affects
community and \Nt
the various planning boards
were stale as a whole)
to ,cease their work now which I
,) nobody who la at all familiar with In opening this aeries It would CITRUS AND 'TRUCK

what they are doing want_ to ... perhaps, be appropriate to live a
Condition are constantly arising brief resume of the aet-up of the,
f. in Florida and throughout the State Board of Health In Florida CROPSOur _

i country which emphasize the place The 67 counties of the state. are
that careful planning can be madeto divided Into five health dutrlcta

ft play In The the National future general Resource welfare district The IIfl'fQUlejOmwlllll includes I district snedieal.**cn formulas are prepared to meet the needs of Dade

Committee evidently had this In officer, sanitary engineer district
, mind when It recommended that nurse and clerk. The district office County soils. Insecticides and fungicides carried in

planning boards be organized not la established oa a mobile 1Y
only In each state of the Union bal of service to aU of the coun- I stock and mixed desired.
but that similar units should be tiN within that "trict and especially I as

formed in alhthe counties and in those counties which have
the cities : neither ar'aunty health board nor]
) In Florida this:;ivies has been a health unit .tabliltMd In eo-op i Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. :
followed so completely that todaythere station with the State Board ef
are planning councils In all Health
/ Manulacturtn Ktdland Brand Fertilizer
17 counties, and others have been The unit type of hee.tttt eervtce

set up In 20 or more snunlctpaUtle co-operating with >e state and rnoNE 11 FRANZ n RUE M T. HOMESTEAD, ru.
And they are not planning. councils: federal governments ha long been I
I In name only they have assisted I Ito' ,' the state planning board lit it* i public health ....up. Under this j

:"t work of setting; ups s -",, proi I plan i the local. health unit "functions: : .


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morals, nor can we force: their acceptance :

of worship on Sunday asa
duty* but...those.or u* ,jwh .repirlsliaoa
a) head!! II weltta, la
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NCLLA SAULS, Scheel Ultor t tear 81 Johal Eptmpat Church II I their affairs 80.. to accomplish much
I make occasional: worship In church
.-- xWTOa's NOTR, 7N. /. As
or a WIN rt an/rh. "a 1Na': I possible So much for the letter Two
Mrs. S. L. West substituted Mon in school after having his tonsils ..reef. .run.mvd ter the a.dls.a ol the law as laid down for us In ttedland District
day during the illness of Miss Hag. removed The class to glad also DMrM Nlnlmrtal Aase.tba. the Old Testament Let us now Boys. Win; Merit Stripes '

gard. that Geraldine Stuardl to back in' Two passage from the Bible I consider what Jesus said and did.

school after being out of town will live to any man who reallyseeks We know that He always worshipped Hollywood. Fla., Mar. IS-Ac.
Mrs. Bitter substituted Thursday several day because of illness of guidance, the key to proprrSund.y In the synagogue if that was :
cording l to special orders Jut pub.
and Friday for Miss Hayden.Miss a relative I keeping Pint w. read possible We know also, that ;
Hayden to attending th J" the pools of Exodus, 11be He said "The Sabbath was made Ushed here at the winter home ol
teachers' meeting In Orlando. Miss Jackson's first grade pupilsare oommandmaiita which? Mow received I for man and man not for the 8ab Riverside Military Academy, Cadet 4
reading in their new librarybooks from God, -Remem,," the I bath" Th duty of a Christian Is Date Henderson of Prinfceton and AI

Mr. Wakefleld, also to *t thimeeting with the aid of the upper Sabbath day to keep It holy" I to b* like minded with Chris as I Cadttt John Walton of Homestead
In Orlando. Class students. This class to very TMnp\ the gospel according to : far a* lie..",, We should then .... been publicly ownnwnded ;
sony that Aim Home to Ill with Si Mark 1-17. Jesus says, The first attend to our duty to worshipIn I. awarded merit stripes for 1I

tonsil!tis. Sabbath was, road for man. notman our church. their outstanding performance of
Sam Allen watt school visitor! i dutle Special Interest attaches:
'for the Sabbath. I
Some teal that they can worshipas I
Tuesday Special to this announcement. 1i/ICtI RIverside -
Lenten Week
Jesus ww :the fulfillment of the effectively on UM golf link "la
U not only tin ration's largest
Services at St. John's promises mad in, the Old Testa ,O4' great outdoors" a* they
The seventh to to military school but has alsa'
sorry i I
mant He- wee the Interpreterand glibly say Granting that this Is t-
lose Jack Fortes'who has movedlfck. received U S.war department'shighest
I f' A aerie of Lenten: service has expound of.the law of God :possible, they still art not doing
\ official rating annuallysince
to. Miami I'been arranged for St. John's Episcopal In. term of lev*. Thereto to ne ,their duty, far most certainly the 1921.
Church. commencing Palm room for argument at to whetheror I:church which la the congregation i I
Mrs. J. R. !Rutland substituted Sunday Merck XI and extending not all men, everywhere, owe ot Christ's faithful needs them

Monday during the absence of Mrs I through Easter Day, March 38, It to God, their Father, to worship I no-matter how little they may feel
:Becker announces the vicar, the Rev. Mil Him corporate In- the church to I that need themselves. NATUROLGAS

ton B. Sackett. which they belong, on Sunday :. It Is held by: the writer of this
The newpupils the elemen- Two of the services during Holy This to a tint call upon their time. article that hiving attended to our to a clean, economical fuel

tary school this week are: Fred Ho-I week, he says,will be of special Interest It I if t duty ai well as a privilege. duty of corporate worship, thereIs
bert and Gilbert Mills In the sixth Virgil & t,.... Homestead
to all who are desirous of Its reason foe being absent except then no reason why we should
grade and Rawlyn! Creech In the I getting better acquainted with the hYllcllt Inability to attend i I'not engage In any orderly and decent

fifth. I traditional rite of the Anglican church: services U valid. Service I recreation which doe not I _. ......._... ....-
Church. art held at various hour on Sunday 'prevent others from worshipping JOHN 0. BAUJil POST NO 41
Th sixth grade Is sorry to lose On Maundy Thursday. March and It I* nearly always possible ''It Is entirely reasonable so to Interpret AMERICAN LEGION
Betty Jean Fortes who has moved 125. the services of Tenebrae will for a man to worship at one the words of Jesus. Cod's
Hurt ttrrt aid third Weihwwkjr
back to Miami. The been fifth divided and. i be held frt service commemorates of them. Those engaged In work purpose in Instituting the Sabbathwas II ... _.. Anrrtmu Let-fen H*..
sixth grades have each the of the Lord's of mercy and In the maintenanceof that men might rest aa well .laid past nr...el tenth Krom. At*,
into four t..maln baseball. The supper and dramatizes the darkness public utilities must ot course as worship We cannot legislate I llummrsA, "..
best teams will play Redland I believed to have fallen over be exempted from this general rule. effectively to regulate people's -
the world at the time of the cruelflxtom .
The elementary grades In art art At the beginning! of the

making Eatep- decorations. I service the church I*. ablase with I !

-- light and as the service proceeds
Miss Pone,'.. foU'Upa
into four groups Monday extinguishing o* various lights
and each group;mad up.its own until at the end allls dark In the t

f -II II'I".lIIu, to. represent the Church: and the congregation,'departs
seasons ot.tha variousceuntries In solemn silence.
which the class to studying On Good Friday Mr. SacVett

about In geography. Mrs.. s. Will conduct the Three Hours, commemorating
L, West,will substitute for Miss the'time during which

Dorsey Thursday and Friday while Jesus hung dying upon the cross
Misr Dersey attends the teachers'meeting A series of meditations will be de-

: at Orlando. livered, based upon the words

tered from the __ A : \It-j ,
The third grade "peep" shows 'of service tot the week
ate In fun swing this week. The Palm Sunday: March 11-730 I

shows wilT be open Wednesday, a. m. holy! communion: 11;00 a, m. II
Thursday and Friday at noon and holy communion and sermon. I

for a few minutes after school In I I Monday-7.M; holy communion.

Miss Willlsms' art room. There I Wednesday-710 a. m. holy PRICES AS I
I will be an admission of Se to see !communion 3;30 p. m. children's LOW AS s0 I

31 shows, and the one who guesses !service; 7:30 p. m., evening prayer i !
the most names of the shows which jIl
and sermon. GIVES YOU :
they represent correctly will win Maundy Thursday-730: *. m., 7J Q

a'prize of 500. The funds taken !holy communion; 7:30: p. m, sere 11 9D PROOFOF I
lit from this show will be used for vice of Tenebrae 1

library books. I Good Friday--10:00 a. m., holy ALL 5
communion IS to 9, "The Seven Easy Terms
Mrs Thurman's third to
Words From the Cross". I
making booklets Illustrating the BASIC ,
Easter; pay-T30: *. m, holy
stories In the reading lessons Each
communion{ ; 11:00 a. m., holy com SERVICES'r'
child to working bard In spellingso
munion and sermon; 4:00 p. m., "
that he can have an "\" on i'' ='
children's servtae and bspUwn. fw CosiNsbMeo.e
the new spelling chart which Mrs. m
< at
; There-will ba 'l>"lafimulic RNNgNauMN
TJiurman to
the Palm Sunday service. All are

cordially invited to ail .( the sep '" # tIte I
Edwards' class to glad that
[vices, the vicar slid
1 qinlon Cooper to able to be back
..,,--_.......'" '. Little Jennie told little Bessie
that she was a "little fib," and little -
E;tientary 4-II Club Bessie said a fib U the same asa 1. DEATtI Icr.UILITY 1

." ..Sty"I'1wda. Procter .. story and a story to the same as Lade "Cabo-Soruygl." I
-- 'all*. .rut "/u.1 I

meeting held on March isfiche Jennie-"It Is not. 2. IRUTIIITOUIUIIUTY
: WeVsr ling Cooper School f Bcufft-"H to, tool because my
me, glrii.wars asked about their father said so and my father to a New 9-Way A4fsssable(

record books. Mrs. Redd will professor in a university" ear lasted .#..fMes l-uwl "r

have. the girls bring a spool and Jennie..1 don't cuIf he Is II fears III Tag 3. IIUTEI rtoTfCT.ufUTf I
d... V new kind ot stitch The My father to Florida real-estate f
Only Frigidsir bas hi ICH 6lo t16
meeting was brought to a close by man and he knows more about lie 1.rUkt'.1 1
i Instantly releases Ice longrrl I
the pledge than your fatherEx.Diet I
cubes from tray,two oca 4. Btuna IE'UI.UIUTf/ !T
dose*M a dose.YWds ,
t-Ytar frotvctto flan
i soon Ice H...u.a Wdted by C ualM-! t

and Your Grove bocet axing* wssta.Coaa BUY THIS PROOF WAY 5. (
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; quick, essy acdoav AND SAVE AMAZINGLY! env 111,11=9111111111 W 11IIJkta1fU4a.
ChIt your< grow the benefit of your knowledge ot diet In:

1 relation to health. No eeed sow so ba r ept eej ? .
W WOPI Not so de witkess camplet.oom Is AM f Saris
i Feed your tree a fertilized that supplies the 10 essential Smtatl For rBJGlD/UM with she MinsVMlsn sets a sew resale.,
elemaaU In addition to the guaranteed Nitrogen M amass XMI M a* uMing snlag.. sad fnnt k. 611196 Contest
Phosphor Cam tn. fee moo* that Frigidufe Is the most ttmpltHttfto we tug
Acid and Potash analysis. tides feed-.teeee sad SmoA-ftmtna ever kstewsil That k will as** O / .:
almost eei feed sad cBsMimg cost to pq ft .aia.Jss t l
8OILADC n A COMPLETE PLANT FOOD I Pr/M tJwto I9JV yw send WII .. 1\\

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Paw Six THE.LEADEIU ENTERPRISE .' Friday.Alarcl\.J.9..1m;- ..11

baby:of.A2i. eil'tlxn'u1' day4aMa' ._..--ij: ", :p ;AnE : .'tJ;t : 1rloss. 7'tsar .
I Cajp psrenti ryPf
l'.. .: .Misr .TrNy'siad.3Wed. .
Mr*. JK. S. Caplltn )jar.I tbt Taste Hthodist Ciauslsh;lie
In and ArounAlomestea : 21, 22:ts..sad *4.t f their Jof W10 business BiHtil1 a
The Rev. and-Mri.: L. O. Adams ,' the churcTt' Tuesday afternoon81 i

are staying at the,Goeham-apart- .
,; clr ments, 317 N. E. 20thlerrace. Miami t Mill Elisabeth Schatz. an evw. '
to be near Mr. Adams' physician. Igellat from Connecticut pttacnp
I | at the Free Methodist Church lai
--- Sunday. '.
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Miss Dorothy Falrcloth of t
Miss Eunice Walker and Miss Mn. Clarence Smoak of Inunoka- land Is the guest of her aunt Lake-j
Virginia Dorsey in spending the :' lee and her sister, Mn. J. A. Tln- D. B. Clure of N. W. Sixth streetH.
{> week-end with Miss Walker sister dull of Ojui. Buy a Copy of \ 't

Mia Lola, at Station University f F. WUte was in Buford. S. C.,
Councilman;;: i
In DeLand. Carol Walker their City J. O. Wynn this week attending to business
younger sister is spending the I:was taken down with Influenza interests. Types of Peopleand
week-end in DeLand with her Tuesday but It 1* hoped that he

grandmother, Mr*. S. M. Cruae. will be able to be out of bed by Miss Barbara Curry of Redland I, !i{ 1

Saturday.: spent the week-end Homestead r.- '
Mr. and Mn. Norman W. Ball ---' with Miss Esther Pope.FLORIDA ", ... ....,(J" --.1/1.. .......... 'j
of Detroit and their daughter Mra Donald E. Sullivan la In r ( Their Foods
Norma Jean, visited from Thursday the Pout Graduate hospital recovering I CITY ;IM. .. ,t., : H _, _', \ '
of last week till Tuesday of from an operation performed
this week with Mr. and Mr*. Saturday. Mrs V. W. trrrrr! Corrmpondeat Deanna Durbln, who make BY
Ralph E.!: Reed, Mr. and Mra. screen debut in L'nivtnaTi

N. G. Ball, Mra. Geo. E. Reed' Mn. Kelsey Gardener who Mr. and Mrs F. B. North of]I "77,," Smart Girl Dr. Lloyd C. Shankljii

and other relative__ ... .i with her small ton, John Kelsey, Hamden Conn., Mn. R J. Shepherd -I
has/ been visiting at the home of Mrs. Jas. M. Dobbin and Mrs
A daughter was born to Mr. and !her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mira Castle left for Key West early Mr. and Mrs. Ralph ,I Covering aU the types, eie-
Mn. Bud Adklni of Rock Harbor Swing, left Sunday for her home Thursday morning and are expected I Mr. and Mn. A. J. Van Martyr ments in the lead, analysis of
Monday In the Post Graduate hoi- Jn Washington, D. C. back today. Mr. and Mn. the Rev. and Mn. Wade: main foods, disease tendencies
pltal. They have named her Bet- North are house guests of Mrs. Pickney and Wilbur Bradley and and how to overcome them vocations -
; ty Anne. George E. Trick has been 111 with Shepherd. his daughter Mils Mary enjoyeda I and how to profit beat
I '_ trip to Royal Palm Park recently. in Ufa.
Influenza at his home since Tues- Everyone should havea
Mr. and Mra. Henry E. Kim- do). Mr. and Mrs. S. Silberman and copy and read it carefully, at
ball of Naranja and Worceiter son, Ronnie and daughter Saun- I It will add yean to your life to
I Man., spent the week-end In St. A. B. Slagle who has been In dra, of Brooklyn, N. Y., who are Mr. and Mri. G. U. Black who know Its contents. The book
G Petersburg where they were guests Kendall hospital for some time will spending the winter at Miami have occupied an apartment in'I and Nature's Path magazinefor
of Mr. and Mra. George A. Klmball undergo a major operation today. Beach celebrated the birthday anniversary the Mead home for the past four $1.00.We .
>; of St. Petersburg and Littleton, of Saundra at the months, left last week for Crouse,i
'. Maaa.Mrt.. Mn. J. B. Sparkman left Mon- home of Mayor and Mn. M. Sil- N. C., because of the serious ill-I .
day evening to spend a week In verman on Sunday. Other guests new of Mn. Black'f father who use Jones' I. S. B. Spray
Mamie Cole who haa been Wlllacoochee, Ga. at their home Sunday were: Mr. lives there. I, and Root Treatment for sick and
01 visiting Mn. T. E Klrby returned t and Mn. Wm. Wankey and daugh.ter f II well trees, shrubs, fruit, tomatoes
.. to her home in Baltimore, Md, .W. D. Home haa returned from Joyce, Mrs A H. Finestone of Mr. and Mn. V. O. Rohrer of I and vegetables. We handle _
i yesterday. chobee.MM. Rochester, N. Y., and Mrs. Herman Miami were Sunday visitors In : it for sale, also. For best results -
Marks and Mn. B. ;Leff of Home- town. that will pay you most in
i{ H. J. Davis fen en a btislmm : Mildred Daniels of Laurel, steid. I I the end with larger, better
l'' trip to Palatka Wedneidsy.Mn. ),(L-., ii visiting Mn. L. L. Caru- Mr. and Mn. Chives of Mt. Clair,I' quality foods, use Jones' I. S.

11 ....: ,j.: Mt). and, Mrs,.';Jack Branch,imd N. J., who are spending the seasonIn I B.. It will save you money
(< i. M, Hofromb received mar.Miss _
J. W. W\lllL'headJen Saturday fora Florida were week-end guestsof : and make you money. Set Ml
word Wednesday that I Ruth Tower visited her
Mn. dives' for prices and quantities.
business trip to South Carolina.Mr grandparents, Mr.
brother ByiW, brother-in-law and sister, and Mra. Robert Barnes.
Bowling Oreefl, a sonf. heti.te"'j! 'Mn R. ,. )McLeroy Ire; Miami I : :- i 1 rWe
& L. McClanahan, 4 n over the week-end. and Mrs. Ralph;.besmond'
successful penUOItJ.lot will have for their home In North F. ,.. Barnes ot Atlanta .spent' make the Harmony: Health r.
i. cite, and that MrJLCturrlngton'atrotber "f .The Epworth League of the Haven, Conn., next.Tuesday. They Sunday: with Mr. Dames'. Foods concentrate\ energy Afoods.
Ray: Currmgtoil tl Tampa I Homestead Methodist Church went'will accompanied by Wilbur Mr. and Mrs. Robert* No poison sprays.used .
while on his way te' Bowling to Silver Bluff for the meeting of Bradley and daughter, Miss Mary, p.renta.I on our fruits or vegetables. Col- :
;,: Green had *seaped uninjured in I the Royal. Palm League Jut nightW. a* far DeLand. En route the partywillstop Mr. Lillian Bell and loida and plant food used. Our
jellies, marmalades, ere,,
eolllildrf for a week's fishing at are
head-on that damaged "
ence Loop left for Lake Worth
: made withwhole ,.
; Isle of Cortex Bradenton ; raw'sugar ,
his car. F. Thayer who Injured his left near
I on Monday. They
were accompanied -
.::.. .: Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Desmond therefore are healthy
hip clad leg when he fell down ( by Mn. E.!: A. Warren and i
Lynn M. Johnson of Portenvllle cement stairs three weeks ago la win visit relatives in DeLand .for her daughter, Jeredean, and Naomi o rt
Pa., arrived Monday to spend twoweeks slowly recovering and la now able ten days before going north Dano who visited Mrs Maisey.)
visiting Or. and 101... Lloyd to be In a wheel chair part of the I FANCY TREE-RIPENED
C. Shanklln at their grove West .l day. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Muzzey I FRUIT GIFT BbXLFS'r,
Mrs. 'Geo. Hardln returned to
Florida City. entertained at a family dinner on {
Mn. C. Bader la at the Pat Sunday in honor of the birthdayof her home here Sunday after visiting Lovely Temple Pineapple;
Harry E. Cooper who bas been I Graduate hospital for medical I Mrs. E.!: W. Severy of Miami relatives in Miami.C. Lue Glm Gong, Valencia r'
111 with influenza ilnee Mar. 4 la treatment I those present besides, the honor Mead I Oranges; Oneco,,Dancy Tangerines -
able to. be back on his mail route I guest were: Miss Myrna French, O. Arbogast and Bill i ; Seedless and Common 4
again. Mra. W. B. Ingram underwenta J. A. Severy, E.!: W. Severy, and enjoyed a fishing trip to the keys Grapefruit Packed w Alt
I major operation tail Friday at +I the host and hostess. on Tuesday. Oranges, Tangerines, Grape-
Sunday visitor at the home of I the Post Graduate: hospital I Lovely Temple Pineapple, t";..
.!,. and Mra. Wm. Musselwhlte at]j I I II III II II I fruit, or mixed. Specify. a '

Nf W. Third street !and Second; Mrs.,,Jul1i Fates wbo "Ji.a been I Money-saving prices effective} r
'2 avenue were, Mra/ .Muiaetwhlto>I 1!ill ia now able l ,to be up a .aln. to' Apr. 1, 1937. Wholesale: 20$ g
mother. brother and tiiler-in-law,' HAVE A TELEPHONE I discount en $25.00 worth or
'. M... C. O. Smoak, and Mr. and 1 I Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Caplinger and I more.

OF YOUR 1. Fancy Special, wrapped
: ; OWN large commercial box, About .
i I I M Ibs ._ ... $..It
1 Get JTIAVEN'T 2. Choice, wrapped, bushel box>

; Happy ., you and Jour about 80 let .?. .. ._ .?. ,....
often felt the need of telephone in yjtur$ home S, Lovely, wrapped !pn-alf!

i Children) especially are likely to feel keenly!! the lack bushel box, about 33 lb.. n.."

of such a txmvenient! ntoans 'of -eouununi atloQ, with t. Besu.tlful, wrappe.4,a>M* : .
( j ': t their friends.And when emergencies arise, the lack fourth commercial box ,about q
U Ibs. .. _._ ..._ _... $t.M
--- .of telephone ia N
> you home might not only
: Announcement: --:--- : .costly, but serious., t prove' .' : $, Nice, wrapped;:tbne-fourth:\
t 0, bushel box, about ITlbu..- $LM
A telephone, will ifund widen the laoriaon'ofpossibilities'for
: (: you ) Accompany orde"with" cash;
l' ): a happier and more comfprtable life I money order, travelers' check,

i* for. the whole family. i l certified check.: Customer pays

for' _, Your neighbors and friends who have; telephones express advance or collect
hipped anywhere' U>> tnf lid-
\ will be glad to learn you have one*, for! they know I dress/ t :

'. : ,, from experience the many advantages of being in
).j I l" P J. i Mall address Dr. Lloyd C.
quick easy telephone reach. Then too, with a telephone I
i 'j chicks off right. 6hanklln,1l.-l Box 653, Homestead
? 0'
I .+.... > of your own, you will avoid the embarrassment Florida.
I I of having to borrow a neighbor' telephone.
I Gee happy Feeds. I s
J When you weigh these and the many!.other advantage i
You invited to
J .., of,...,el Pho e against the small cost I place. are There Is no' fedmlasion era our
),01. < agree that it really doesn't to along
pay try to get charge. We have orange juice,
i < without one? Why wait longer to enjoy the many sandwiches and cot.., and we
advantages that a telephone ia home ? serve luncheon to guests or
your provides
Granter Seed Order clubs by appointment.hankin .
StoreS yours today, I.

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VFriday, MKh-19.1937- THE lEADER-ENTERPRIS }: -, '. 'pg erefi' ;.
L ___ .....____. --u-- .,_ :. .
those'- ="prindpis et e4hareaf, .aw'. wch'OMtw five*'

N1r1-JN 1 1937EUCTROLUX refrigeration which have mad commlwtoo district in the *t.le,... r
1rn S V91, Etectrolux different tropi aid !' Shelter. "Every year.onejhof t

T'1.Jt' : TfR, ) 04 .. I MORE BEAUTIFUL igefbtors fcfei .t the ltliiatloq ties,five areas" would be open.
"' L ,, namely, ed for sportsmen to hunt in. Thua,

of heat to cause. cold thus affording the tint are, used for a year,
f I HAS MORE ROOM li silence The tarn miracle would not be used again for five

that makes Serves Electrolux: silent more year These area would '

( : gives lasting durability because be on land bought by the state md
Greater exterior beauty thane there are no moving part fenced in, and 1 conservation officer
I \-*> before and roomier interiors, to wear. Freezing U caused by would be assigned to each
du to an amazingly simple new I a small flame from an Improved district The plan also calls for
i, method of construction, are outstanding -' kerosene-burner which make It the breeding of wild life that i it essential -

-- result of the superior economical to operate. I to the section In which they
1 f engineering skill used in designing are to be found."
the 1(37 model of kerosene-
I operate refrigerator marketed in Club Members Tested To carry out the five-year plan,
I I $750,000 I I. needed and for a complete -
i this vicinity, it was announced by For Rotary KnowledgeA
J. W. Maglnnis, Servel Electroluxrepresentative ten-year plan, 1150.000 U
I' in Homestead. survey gf the knowledge of needed. The present mean of raising *
.14 the local club members concerning conservation money will make
"The way In which the engineering -
I department of Serve, Inc, of Rotary was made in a question these amount available by the
naire conducted by W. E. Rheneyat time they are needed If the legislature -
Evanivtlle Indiana, has progressedfrom
Yr.eaW.w Itae the meeting of the Homestead does not appropriate the
,t year to year in its effort to
h.I. a Rotary Club Wednesday.The revenues to other purpose It was
bring its refrigerator to their present .
high degree of superiority a Rev. A. A. Coastline urged said.Foaxes
I story of scientific: achievement and the Rotarian to contribute to the reaUy"becime numerousIn

I. Soy Bean Coffee: styling that every housewife should fund for the Southeastern branchof Dade County when In 1921 the
know," Mr. Maglnnis itated the Children' Home Society of Coral Gable Lack Walton Club
Foods at Shanklin BoothThe 1, Florida. A. T Arthur solicited composed of rich but unthinking
"The secret: of the perfect symmetry brainstorm and
contribution during the meeting sportsmen had a
which characterizes. the The local Rotarians were Invited turned loose nearly a hundred
I I 1937 model lie In the fact that
accompanying picture of I to luncheon with the Miami Rotary foxes, It was brought out. The idea
TRA1IMPARK the 'shell' of the cabinet I* con
the Shanklin Grove booth at the Club at the Royal Palm Club, Friday pf the club men wa to have some
structed of
Dade'County Tropical Fair which I practically one piece March 28 JR. Brooks, picturesque fox hunt with hound
which I
of steel
a new departureIn
was held In Redland several week (Continued From rage One) the construction of refrigera president, and George Frlck, sec I and horse*-and every hunter bedecked -
ago show a display of the. Harmony park I* preferred because it denotes retary, were put In charge ot reservation In red and cream hunting -

Health Foods put up by Dr. a place of beauty where the tors.By and *. array Then the huntsmen
eliminating panel
I* C. Shanklin and his wife, Dr. type of tourist who take a prideIn The president reminded the Rotarians found out they couldn't chase a
alT and
Joint, avoiding seams
Irene Auatinn Shanklin at their the appearance of his trailer of the district conferenceat fox across pine land rock on
evidence of riveting on the surface
plant in the midst of one of the can go with the assurance that he Jacksonville April 25, 29, and horseback. The foxes they turned
Servel Elec-
of the cabinet,
most luxuriant and,heaviest bearIng will not have an unsightly pile of 27 loose crossed with the native foxes
able to '
have been
trolux engineer
citrus grove M South Florida. I Junk next door to him."' W. H. Woods was presented as anew and multiplied until today only
give to the 1937 model those
Mock hamburger sandwiches, I Formerly secretary of the Tin smooth rounded the member. Mrs. Lewis Brandenburg one or two covey of quail can be
the meat of which J* entirely of I Can Tourist of America, Captain greater curvature of the front and sang two numbers, accompanied found In a day-if the hunter I*

nut and vegetable Ingredient,I Jungclo said he wlthdrjmrom that general streamline aspect that by Dr. Herbert S. Wolfe lucky-where** five year ago five
were dispensed by Mrs. Shanklin, that organization at the request of with his violin and Mr*. Julian covey could be found In a* many
make the refrigerator even
a large of outstanding members the hours. Helping the fox In exterminating -
sfcown in the picture alf was also group charming in than H. Webster it piano.
t who wanted to form another appearance Guest Ben Kidder of the quail are the
a|. mock,coffee made t> roasted those of the last two were:
and ground sojrben Sweetening|,0rlanlaatIoI\ Whe9t"t14i'/n; / Canners yean. Randolph, Vt., William T. Atkins opossum, bobcat and wild house
for the coffee was provided rawcane I voted down' proposal to "Another element assuring longer of Lewes, Del; "Mac" McCreadyof cat'-and the hunter who shoots
sugar front ,the
and tttftorilfig' for:; the "ham-f I to one* that the dissenters thought new special Servel Electrolux Insulation patrick, Link Spencer and Alex bag limit, It wa pointed out
bjirger" wary celery salt thattfrted would command morc'respect from which I 11 eve more heat- Bait of Miami; E. M. Gould of Mr. Sheller and Mr. Flower

as'goad all If smelt :I communities In.which they stayed resisting than:that used hitherto. Grates, Conn; R. J. Cuddleback urged the fox hunter of South

Many ether health foods in the or through which they passed. Today Because of the thorough ,sealing 'If Canajohirle, W. Y. and Max Dade to get together and set aside
from together with the In-
I f'de1Tilrated! concentrated with 1,000 members the membership within Carey, former manager .of the areas where foxes- are thickest
table products are put JIB att I of the Automobile Tour tertl Insulation.?* thqSttaulatingmaterialt chamberwill Brooklyn Dodger tnt retired 'and hunt these area for their

e, Shanklin. grove and the Vlsltyr late Association' hal outstrippedthat baseball player, of Miami Deacll.HUNTERS sport Both speaker were in favor'
remain dry.
to'the plane after viewing the of any similar organization, permanently of a county bounty oa beta font
btl1Jtitul orange grove,the straw- 'and M per cent of the member "By a novel planning of the interior and wild cats.NAVY .
are home-owneri the towns the shelf area has been Increased -
bilTie. growing in boxes, the bell
from which they come, said the to an appreciable extent
ppers planted between the row MENThe
organization's president Ninety- without in any way Interferingwith
o orange tree, and the many rare Continued Prom One U. S. recruiting station .
( Fag navy
I nine per cent of the member are its convenient arrangement
f nit tree and shrub, 1* taken tot toward carrying out a five-year In the post office building at
retired business men, pensioned On the .contrary, owner of the
e plant and allowed to see, taste
conservation for Miami ha been notified that there
private or government employeesor 1(37 model wlU find them more game program
a 1 smell the appetizing products. person who have seasonal convenient. A wider door openIng Florida, but member of the legislature will be a greatly Increased number

These...foods, consisting mainly businesses that permit them to offer more ready access to looking for new sources of of men enlisted from this district
o green, leafy vegetable with the take vacation at certain periodsof the food compartment revenue have their eye on this In the next three month

itei- removedand the bulk re.1d .I the year, he said. wIn spite of the fact that the refrigerator "surplus" to meet deficiencies In Applicant must be between the
,ced to the final nourishing food Mayor Harris told Captain Jung- U more roomy, the cab- other department, Mr Shaller ages of IT and 25, they must be of

{ chemical' elements Dr. Shanklin cla that the present municipal inet Is so built that it will occupy said. sound physique, and they must
sapn, provide the nourishment trailer camp near the municipal less space in the kitchen than for- "The five-year: plan," he said, furnish three-character reference

needed by the 17 main gland of 1 swimming pool 1* only a tempo merly. Includes the setting up of restrlct- and pas _a._mental test.
? the body for a perfectly balanced rary emergency arrangement to I "There are no interior door or --- a

healthy. organism rood charts, insure sanitary facilities!! for trail! projection to reach around and) I
repipes, menu end dietaries are were used for the trim
ers that otherwise parking the wide angle Dr and Mrs. Shank vacant lot without facilities of I make it easy to reach all part ot i

lit, who also give health lecture any kind He said that the city the Interior. Trigger tray and Good Used Cars

in the lecture room.of.their plantThe had no desire to lid Irflo the trailer the trigger'release: make ,the (removal -

beautiful, heavybearingwpage park business, and would cooperate of ice tray and ice cube

grove alone attract many with any financially: responsible a quick and ilmple operation. The
visitors. It Is'the firmer" X. J. person or organization desirIng split shelf and tall bottle space afford 1933 Ford Tudorclean; ; gOO(1'motor and tires;
t Erodes grove located on Palm' to establish one. Reassured greater facilities for storing 37 tag.

avie thhesat Redland J'OIIcf. a half- the auto tourist head that the city article and bottles of different 1934 Ford clean big tires '37 .
Coupe- job; ; tag.
mile west of Florida City.tilisit.Ads' would take every precaution to size The tubular light location
's tee that creditable facilities are furnishes the greatest amount of 1929 Ford Coupe-good car>tfnd priced cheap.

provided when such a park 1* es. Illumination to the interior. 1931 Ford "Sedan=new paint, upholstered;
Pay-Try Them tablished. "There have been no change in
__' tag..
1933 Chevrolet Coach-new paint; good upholstery .

; motor worked over; '37 tag.

: i 1931 Chevrolet Coupe-priced cheap .to sell;

j 'ELECTROLUXThe i *37 tag. '

1930 Chevrolet Sedan-good condition. ; cheap

i price; '31 tag. '

Modern Kerosene Refrigerator ; 1928 Chevrolet Coach-37 tag f fair condition;

bargain at our price. t

I 1927 Chrysler Roadster-nice clean job. Priced

i to sell *


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? 1934 Chevrolet 157" Truck-cab and body.
205 N. Ave Homestead
Krome : ,1935* Chevrolet 157" truck-cab and body.

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Chevrolet 157" truck-cab
., '' 1932 and body.

y' 1928 Ford truck-SW Base-cab and body. ;,

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I Social Events in South Dade


-- Misses. Alice and Ellen Huff entertained -..-.-
the member ef the Junior ,
Mile lass vernal Wallace and Oa. She ws graduated from Announcement was made last attended Stetson University at De.
Woman's Club of Homestead
Ernest Woodrow Shared were Rome Malt. School and ws formerly Monday night with a dinner and week; of the marriage
married Sunday evening to Port Union cojweete 'withthe' Co. office WaetamIT'd' in bunco party. in the Log Tavern, Waunlta Jan Talbett, daughter elMA clinic been secretary in the TuroJin

Lauderdale bjr Judge. Boyd If.Arrdersom Anderson, She was transferred The high lOON) pries WM awardedto and Mm, W. O. Talbott of The bridegroom la
to the Homestead branch in Mr*. Stanley Wittkop and the GouM. and LofUn, M, Bum. e4 with the r. W. Dodge Corporatfc connected
TIle bride wore a charming I vedr February second pruw, to. Mrs. Hereto O(. Miamt in, Palm" Beach, m New lit MiamI *
dress with, accessor** cat The bridegroom came to Rome- ford. Miss Marion Campbell wen Yeart eve. Mr. surd' MR Burn have aa
deeper tOe stead from Gainesville and attend the floating per, i The. bride was graduatedtrain apartment at ,l.l S. W. Fourth
Mr. MM) Mr. Ovid H. Sullivan ,e* the Homestead school He Is Those attending were Mrs. K. Redland High School and rprogram avenue, Miami.
JH, M* n4 Mn. C. Co Hchenber* sow connected with the Homestead J. Dye) Mrs. Claude- Campbell,
gar and Miss Sybil: Snowden wife ,Filling Station. Mr Joel J. Robinson Mr*. Geo.:I chairman announce*. SIRS nOLCOMJl TO
neared the ceremony. Mr. and Mn. Sherard are at M. Sonnlchsen, Misses Grace and
The Homestead A. W. C T. V. MARCH t
P.-T. made
The bold If a daughter of Mr. home to their friend in an apartment Alice Hobson, Mrs. Herbert Turner \
and Mrs. & R. Wallace of Rome In the Home building Mn. L B. Datoey, .....*. Bwv I profit of about seventy-five, dollar tenon' H. Holramb, district'
-- ley Dandy M.... Russell Home, on the chicken" dinner which president a( the W. C. T. U., will
M.... S. A. It served Saturday in the :Redd speak .t the March meeting of the
Mr Stanley Wlttkop
MISS MART DUNCAN prize for guest and Mr*. E. Cau:
building. Mn..I&
Reynolds, Redland District W. C. T. U. in the
I Buchanan Mrs, Hunter Hardln,
WEDS: .. T. HAMILTON say, the low score prize.A I ways and mean chairman, wa In Redland Community Church next
MIA Mary Abe Duncan, daugh St. Patrick' Day refreshment I|I Mrs. Oxford, Miss Gladys: Walker, charge. Friday, Mar 28
Mrs. Jas. Bird and tht hostesses.COED
ter of Mr. and MM. J. O Duncan course was served. i
of Homestead became the bride Those present were Mr. and MI'I.I
of S. T. Hamilton of Homestead on Wm. E. Rheney Mr. and Mrs. Bevo DOTS GIVE
Monday. The ceremony: was per. I Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. Leh- PAinT FOR CLASS ,
formed In the Dade County. courthouse ,man, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. McDaniel The boys of the Co-Ed Class of Rexall's I
the First Baptist Church of Home- ORIGINAL
In Miami 'IUIThe Mr. and Mrs. E. Causey, Mr*
bride attended Homestead 1 I Hubert Nichols and the host and stead entertained the girl of the
High School. The bridegroom 1 hostess.B. class Thursday evening a wiener
k who came here from Fort Pierce la roast .marshmallow toast at
employed by the state road department A. U. ENJOYS Ed' Place.
'. on the Oversea highway. SOCIAL MEETING Those attending were: Mrs.
lit and Mrs. Hamilton an make The B. A. U. quarterly business James Roberts, :Miss Ernestine I
ins their home In Tavenle.r.GAItDEN' and social meeting was held Tues Smith, Mia Helen West Mill An- ()
day evening at the home of Mr, J, nie Hartley Miss Vera Delk:, Miss Sale
CLUB MEMBERS D. Gooch. Marguerite Wollam James Rob
HATE PICNIC AT HAMMOCK Contest and games were fea. erts, Earl Smith, Duke West, La-
lures of the evening. Mb and Mrs. ban Bishop D.: H. Dimmer, Bert
The members of the South
Hollister Sage tied for tile prizein Nixon, Bob Casube sad Harold
Dade Garden Club enjoyed: I pie-
a. Bible contest Richard Big' Lumpkin.
nlc at Matheson .hammock Men- 1 gem gave the twenty-third, psalm, I NOW IN PROGRESSincludes
the day hammock.follower by tripe through I Delightful refreshments wen 1 HOMESTEAD P.A..

After Mr. Ceo. t Deus, eon. served by the hostesses. Mrs. ,'1'0OIT TUESDAY such articles as listed below:
Cooch and Mrs. C R, Blggers The '
eervatlon chairman, reported I Miss Ksthryn Thelsen and TheoJ
thai the garden clubs of the state 'Easter: idea w.s carried out In thedecaratlons.and Blf icf, physical education teach- $1.00 Shari Face Powder........................2 for $1.01
.j. have been asked to .select slate Those present were: the Rev, ers In Homestead High School, win 1.50 Shari perfume ......:...........?.......:2..fO'l' 1.51

tree a vet* was taken to find the and Mrs. C. N. Walker, Mr. and talk on the through development athletic of sportsmanship at the- 50c Puretest Alcohol ...................?..:.......2 for .51
of the club member
present.preference The live oak was first Mrs. S. H. fitch. Mr. and Mn. T. March P.-T. A. meeting next $1.00 Lavender Dusting Powder ............2 'for 1.01
C. Shackleford,
Mr. and Mrs. C. R.
choice. Btggcrs Mn. C. H. Smith, Mr. and Tuesday afternoon at X o'clock. GOc Gypsy Cream ......................................2. for .51
Those present were: Mr. and I Mrs. Sage Mrs. W. M. Blggers and Mn.musical Margaret number Mill 1* arrangingfor 50c Quinine Hair Tonic ...........................2 for .51
Mr. Robert! Barnes Mr. and Mrs. by pupil
Leonard Freeman. the Rev. and Richard Blggers.MRS. The April meeting will be a 50c Lord Baltimore Stationery ........_...2 for .51

Mrs Ceo. E. Deuel, Mr. and Mrs PACETTI HONORED fashion show, Mrs. S. L. West, 25c Iodine ..............................._...................2 for .26

Ralph O. Desmond Mr. and Mrs. OM HER BIRTHDAY 35c Dainty Deodorant Powder ......._......2 for .36
H. J. Delbyshlre Mr. and. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.
F. B. North, Mr. ind Mr*. CarlH. entertained Wednesday Stanley Wlttkop evening far the next 5 I 50c Coconut Oil Shampoo ........................2 for .51

Ochiltree, Mr. and Mrs. Ho. in honor of the birthday anniversary Send $1 months ef 35c Stag Brushless Shave Cream .......2 for .36
bart Brocket and Mrs. Newt of Mr*. Wittkop' mother.
Ball. Mrs. R. J. Shepherd 0.1 Mrs. Earl Pacettl. THEATLANTIC 71 SHEETS GIFT BOX
W. D. Bishop Mrs. Alberta The apartment wa decorated ENVELOPES GARDENIA SOAP
Mrs. Fred Henn, Mrs S. with snapdragon and lilies.A MONTHLYMake CASCADE TAPER I BARS
Shields. Mrs. Ja. M. Dobbin large birthday cake and Ice 290 Ih
Mrs- H. r. Potter and Mrs. MaryM. oream were served to those present
Lcynd. : the honor guest Mr. and Mn. the most of your reading
E. A. Buchanan Mrs. Earl Pacettl hours. Enjoy the wit, the wisdom CLIP THIS COUPON
Jr.: 'Sttmley And..Joelf Aflen'Pacttt the companionship, the I
MEETS ( charm that have made the At-
Eugene 4uodgrol! and David
wilt leo
coupon Is
geed for 1 regular tie tubes
Friedrichs, Jr. lantic, for seventy-five years,
Mr. and Mr*. T. J. Faust entertained -
America's most quoted!find most 1\1111 TOOTH PASTE
the members of the Neigh
cherished magazine.
borhood Bridge Club at their horn
ea, Tuesday: evening. Mrs. Lee NATUROLGASSuitable Sand II. (mentioning this ad) I
Lehman was awarded. high score far borne, betel ofapartment to THE DIXIE DRUG
prize for the women ofthe club, .
The Atlantic Monthly, I Arllng.tern
and Bevo Webb the high soar IL.aeries. Save With Safety"
prize) for the men of the club, Mrs. Virgil D,.Lyen. Homestead j Homestead .
Hubert Nichols won the high score Florida

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Friday,. March 1ft.. 1937-- THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pelts Nine J

PROGRAM: WILL ;BE GIVEN AT POT-LUCK wilt last through April and the i
I losing aide will have to entertain ,
Events DINNER MEETING OF 97r. W. a MONDAY, the winning lid*. \

[ Social .1 Mrs. S. L West, teacher of the
I At Monday evenings' pot luck In addition the neutrality bill I class. ,reviewed the first chapter .
dinner the Homestead Business will be 4iacwsed. of "What Baptist Selleve"J 1
and Professional Women's Club The dieaer will be served IB LeThe: hostel served salad .
will have a brief program on lion ball at 4.JO: o'clock. course, hot chocolate and fudge
:MRS. B. A. WALDIN AGAIN PRESIDENTOF "The Business Woman aa a Oti- On Aprl 12 a debate on the Supreme Mr Gordon Ivey, the president, y yIpresided.
jen" In observance of National Court question will be held.,I The other present t. j'I
REDLANDS Business Women' Week proclaimed AH who are Interested am In- were: Mr*. Russell Horne, Mn.
by Governor Fred Cone. vited0 attend the meeting. Alvin Campbell, Mrs Claude
Mn. B. A. Wildln wit reflected D. Mahan were appointed delegate - -- --- -- ---- 'I Campbell, Mn. West and the boetes -

president of the Woman' Club to the meeting of the Dade wen served by the hostess. In Tampa, April e-t. *.
of the Redland *t the annual County Federation pi Other present were: Mrs. A. A. Mile Jennie Lobdell conducted 1Suer
meeting held In the clubhouse Club in th* clubhouse of WONIII"I KoesUine Mn. H. J. Peeple, Mrs,. the Bible itudy. Two new mem- \
Tuesday afternoon. Other offlcen ami Woman' Club on Apr. 24. Tlllie William, Mr*. J. A. McNeil,, ben Mn.!:. A. Buchanan and Mn.I ONE"' 5.(
re-elected were Mri. Geo. W. Turner The club voted to give a donation Mrs, J. R. Pope, Mrs Russell Elder,, Ted Scarborough were admitted wan" ",:ewer'
Jr., tint vice-president; Mn. of five dollars to the Salvation I Mrs. J. R McMeckin, Mrs. John I into the circle. Mn. Wm. Spark I .A ; 'r..: '

Clna Stewart second: vice-presl- Army drive. I William, Mn. Fred Chamber,, was a vWtor.l' eesi'aaasresewj : ; I
dent; Mr*. H. E. Schumacher, recording Present were: Mrs. H. J. Armstrong I Mn Lewis Brandenburg,Mn. Joel 1' The hostess, Mr*. Nolan assisted i: :-- .
secretary; Mr*. Seymour Mrs Dave Kufeldt, Mr*. J. Robinson and Mn, Mollle Win-. by Mrs Gordon King, served; '
Dane, corresponding secretary; Chat. Turner, Mr*. Mahan. Mr*. I gat. cake, peaches and whipped cream
and Mr*. E.: A. Carter, treasurer. Dane, Mn "Waldin, Mn. Carter, The member of Circle Three, and lemonade. I THE DIXIE DRUGThe
Mrs. \Valdin, Mr*. Carter, Mn.Stewar Mn. Geo. W. Turner, Jr., and Mr*.. met at the home of Mrs. 3. L. Ballard Those present were Mn. Edward Itexall Store
!. Mn. Dane and Mr W. Stewart. i on Avocado drive when, an I Carter Mn. Cecil Walker. Homeatead. -_ _Florida
i Interesting discussion based on the, Mr*. L. J. William, Mn A. A. I
MRS. BURR RE-ELECTED the contest, the hostess served book, "How to Study the Bible",,Koeitllne, Mn Stanley Wittkop.
AUXILIARY PRESIDENT I(I cake and grape Juice. wa conducted. Mr*. Poyaer, Mn. Paoettl Mn GROVETHEATRE

At the annual meeting of the Those.present were: Mn. MarJorie *I After the program, a salad Buchanan, Mrs Scarborough, Mr*
Woman' Auxiliary of the Presbyterian i Beattl Mn. Edith Balky course, cookie and tea were sere Spark and Miss Lobdell,
Church Wednesday with i Mr*. Blanch Chapman, Mn. Florence ed to those preeent: Mrs. J. t GROVE
Mn. E. L. Nelson at the man e.l 1 Pacettl I. Mn. Goldie Wolfe Davis, Mrs P. B. Bird, ....... a L. CANADIAN AND ENGLISH Shows COCONUT 1 and I Admission ISO
officers for the coming year were Mr*. Nellie Mullln. Mrs. Cora 'Showalter, 14.... Vlvan Booth and VISITORS ARE HONORED Matinee tat and BUB. teI .
elected. Vert officers are: srct.- BIllie Orinold, Mr*. Thelma Bad- Mrs Davla' house guest, tin. Mc- Charles Pratt entertained Tuei .. a m.
tary, Mr*. R. E.: Trotter; aecretary ford, Mn. Gertrude Capllnger, and 'Clellan and Mn. Gwlll, tier sister day afternoon in honor of his
I ...... Hon. Tits. Wei,
of spiritual*, Mrs. E. I* Nelson; tie hostess. and slster-m-law. mother, Mrs. John Pratt of Toronto
secretary of religious education, I The Young Mstroa'a Circle meat t Canada, and his *lstn>ln-law, Mar. 21. U. 22. U
Mr*. D. P. Blake, Jr.; and aeeretary REBECCA INITIATE the home of Mn. Wm. Nolan Mr*. J. D. Pratt of Ontario and
Of Christian social service, Mr< *. MRS. ABBIE MAY CROSS Tuesday evening. Mr*. Wm. Pratt of London. 1.0'OST"fIt' 1CRttVW ItN'SAi1Qt'' "'
Paul Haley. The Rebecca at their meeting Mr*. L. L. Poyier'a resignation English tea with rolled sandwiches A
:.Officer* re-elected are: president la the I. a O. F. hall Monday night a* circle leader wa accepted and and iced cake was served I .
Mr*. R. T. Burr; vlce-pret-\ .Initiated Mrs. Abbie May CI II.I 14... Earl Pacettl. Jr.. wa electedto la the delightful English way. yrw..l.aDEANNA
tdent. Mr. B. E GatUn; treasurer, Announcement wa mad of the the office. The members elect- The guests Included: M.... Thomas DURBIN )
Mn,J. M. Molferty; historian, Mr*. I death of'Leo Water, past grandmaster ed Mr*. Nolan a* delegate to the Brewer, Mn. Bertha Edwards, \
D. P. Blake, Jr.l secretary of foreign of the Odd Fellow of missionary conference to be held Mn. Harry Pancoait, Mn. James 35MA
mission Mr*. A. T. Arthur; Florida. Elder, Mr J. W. English Mn.

secretary o({'hQl'l\' anisskms. Mr*. After the meeting Ice cream and The Calendar Sam Bartlett Mn.< Clarence Par
Ci .flummer; secretary of cookies! were llerve Christian education and ministerial Member attending werel! Mn Mn. Charles Elton, and her sister
:lease, Mr*. V. N. Harris; secretary Edna Strickland. Mrs. Hannah Mar. 19" -Operetta, "The Ghost Mn. Lester Howard, both o< Toledo .... ".\
of Kilo, in Neva King Cooper O.
et synodlcsl amen Prwbyterla
Moon, Mn. Blanch CJhaprrtan, BINNIE BARNES
School ,t I for benefit of
home minion, Mr A. A. Payne p. m.
; Mr*. Florence Pacettl, Mrs.:Goldle
secretary of literature\ Mr*. B. E. Wolfe, M.... Nellie Mulllns Mrs.. swimming pool fund. MRS. PETE MORGAN IS ALICE BRADY
Oatlia; secretary .J aoctej activities Cora Bell Orinold, Mn. Matilda Mar. 20 Pool benefit dance and HOSTESS TO CLEANERS 1 RAY MILl NOTlum
square dance at Homestead Country Mr*. Pete Morgan was hostess
)fra. J. H. Bkkjon; pastor Fox, Mn. Flora Compton, M...
aid. Mra. t:. L. Nelson Thelma Radford. Mn. Anna Me.- Club to the Gleanen Claw of the First ., FrL, Mar. 2S, 2*
jrhps* prtaent! ,were: Mn.' Clara Mar. !2-Pot luck dinner.meeting Baptist Church at a business and KATHERINR: HEPBURN: : in
1HIIJ th, Mr* Gertrude Hilchey -- -
ends Sdrrenson, Mr*. V. H. Cray,, Mr*. Viola Payne, Mrs. Margaret of Homestead Business andProIe..lon.1 social meeting at ber horn on. "MART OF SCOTLAND" ;
Mrs Fred Hendrick, Mr*. W. H.WIl1ard. Gay Mrs. Neecle Branch Mn. Women' Club in Legion East Eighth street Tueiday. i
hall at 6.39.: The member voted to have a SaL. March IT
Mr*. Paul Winter, Mrs.
Lochia McCulton Mn. Gertrude
R. C. Jackson, Miss Tenle QulUan.Mr Mar. 24-Meeting of Sacred Heart membership drive under the leadership i DOCK JONES IB
Capunger Mr* Addle Ma John,
Club In its clubhouae I of Mrs. Howard Johnson "SANDFtOW"Weatera
Arthur, Mn. Nelson, Mr* I
Mrs. Mom Wlpgate, E. S. Cap-
Mar. 25 Meeting of study and Mrs. Claude j
Blake, Mn. Harris, Mr*. Payne linger and Ralph Moon.W. .
class of Woman' Club of Homestead -
Mn.. Hickson Mn. Plummer MnGatlln .
Mn. Trotter, Mn. Burr and M. V. CIRCLES at horn of Mia Jennie Lob- T...... Steak Diner ,.* Chicken Dinner lee
the hostel HOLD MEETINGS delLMar. Regular Dinner see Vegetable Plate 2e
:25-Redland Ladles' Aid
All Hia4s ef Heme-made Sandwiches
AH four et the W. M. U. circles meeting at home of Mn Fritz W
BJLAND AID TO RAVE held meeting Tuesday afternoon. Jackson I Green Lantern RestaurantADJOINING
CAKE; SALE MARCH 21 kin. J:. J. Dyal was hostess to Circle Mr. 25-Meeting of the Rain
Member of the Ladle Aid elf One but because of the abseace or Shine Club with Mrs. Fred I HOTEL REDLAND
the Redland Community Church of several member the group Redd.

.mad plan for a cake sale when decided to postpone the program Mar. 27-Cake sale of Redland '
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they met ait the church on Mar. U.: ---1
until next Tuesday Mrs Dyal Ladle Aid.Apr. .
The sole will be held Mar 27. served strawberry tee cream with Meeting of Woman' I
Announcement was made that whipped cream, and angel food ,
Auxiliary of St. John' Episcopal: SEE
the cleared at its I I"GHOSTSo
society $88.00
cake.Mrs. Church at the home of Mrs. Lan-
booth at the fair. Mn *
The H. I.. Brown entertained don Carney.
Brewer, the president presided. the member of Circle Two. Aa Apr 5 Garden Club meetingat
Other; present were: 14.... Frlta Interesting Bible study of the book home of M.... Geo. M. Sonnlch. :
Jackson Mrs. M. J. Brtwnlow, of Titus and part of Timothy was sea in Fkrkta City. ( BIO"An
Mn. Anna Meuenaolth. Mr. Ceo conducted by Milt Jennie LobdelL Apr. 1J.-Debate on Supreme 1
E. Deuel Mrs. IX M. BUtan, Mr*. Mr*, f. H. Webster and Mia" Ub Court question .at meeting of
George Turner Jr., Mn. S. W,
dell wen appointed AID the visitIng Homestead Business aid Profee-
Stillraan; >lrs., Wayne Calkin., committee for the month ,Iran lion,. Women's. Club In Legion
Mrs. M. A. Baker, Mrs.'H. J. /.mk Lewis) Brandenburg gave the de- hall .t Operetta l'
strong tft4.idol:' X.A. Dickson of votlamal. Apr. 21 -Homestead P.-T. A.

New Jeney who 1* visiting. Mn.Mm. 1'1141pund! and angel food oakgCARE meeting at J.o'clock.. .. \
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Sttllsejdept :

Jspcksgri.'tt IU'.be.' uhf MItt 2.424. FRL MARe 19 8:00(
hoMe**.. .', : p. m. .

r. L.: 7; un TO WAVE e
Plan for a chicken dinner and 1 I
upper to be served Saturday, Apr 'I f! and Beauty ':
Homestead School I Auditorium
Jn the.I.P. O. r. buitdlog'were ,
rude Tuesday the r. L. T. Club Tru ,beauty 4emj ate meeting at the home of Mr* the best of car at aU give
Hannah Moon Tuesday, time Whether yon (
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Mn. BlancheChapman won the trick a wave, a. facial '
prix aa attractive Easter basket, manicure, jor any of EUGENE PermanentSoft Admission 10c and 25c :
in questionnaire contest. After the other essential aids
to beauty you'll find I rolling :>
the skilled operator at any amiog cwlsWs she I .
Pat' Beauty; Parlortoady lied 01.permanent pos' waaa
to sere you W slas'n des lied we I (SWIMMING FOOL BENEFIT) !
quickly' any time. Fee we da gwoiiw Bugles
ONLY Cr*.aliTiMite, S'hrl and I waving, wish genuine Eggtoefaditts. i '/I

MONKEY Cwmkteatioa let *. "ttnTyooi.ktl __ __
JUNGLE PERMANENT WAVES tot the sawn wish *, I

MV THit V.& Prices $5. S6, $7 I Hal MtduttdoM. sad limr
*>g nuUJ
A1l3UUON lie PAT'SBEAUTY Bush's Barber Shop
(with "As ad lee)
sr.s+o er.a w.r..M, & Beauty Parlor .
.rum lIP-S w ran Phone 51&-M Homestead, Fla.1'1jt1 .

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.. ._ Padre Ten __.. .y.. t.EAIlERRELSTF.BPBLSE..___ .__... ... ._'..F.ri'dtij.Ma't >w9rI43Z ::

N'1ftlIIiuhUlllUl UIlIlt11lmnIlOf ll moving picture party:on Monday Another '$5,000)-Batch" tween laser and will brint'Niti1 ,
him four
1 night honor of bar 10th birth- Of Soil Checks Arrives, plaiiia* m addlt$ -r
,I singers

( 20 Years AgoJnlllllllllllllnmmmmmllllllllllllm d.y."A Jolly picnic party motored, FEATURETRACKCARD '' Tber wil| fa no Increase.';,]!! ".

the bay on' Sunday and spent the, live thousand! dollars more 1* price Saturday night v

d.yhe..... Among them were Mrand' ., soil conservation benefit payment SATURDAY Other attractions l IncludtLthm' : .

!!! Mrs. Tom Brooker, Tom and I I was contained In a batch of cheeks; dog speclst.'. ,weepslaktt

Bessie Harris, Mrs. Frank Skill., received from the federal govern hurdle neebrln.ln, My Ben Goo

The _.n./ M.m6 d -sou, own for.Iar Mr. and Mrs Lee Lehman and ment yesterday afternoon by County and. Basil Command togtthcc 4\181.

... er.bllebed M... ... tell.r Carl De en." Agent C. H. for distribution Rudy VaHee wilt make a personal the futurity hurdles.

tb a.e55 rk.Y. .._ eoo4 I-"., A. King and wife Harry to growers who partlclped appearance Saturday night
merged He It. last, wee Ike memo This hurdle race will be without .
-...end". Cooper and wife, R. B. Schallera In the 1936 conservation pro- it the West Flagler Kennel ClubIn
--- and wife, Mrs Hawing, Prof. Fish gram. Miami question the greatest hurdle event
Mar 11, 1917."According 1, of the season for all three dogs .'
I er and wife, and Lota Holland This the total amount of The famous and orches.
> to the latest news took In the.'Festival of Nations' In I are sensational Jumpers > : I"
from the front Howard Lamb Is conservation payments so far received 'I tra leader Is making special trip The card will be composed of

looking for a new ,irl. He says I I urday the Florida evening.City" pavilion last Sat-I by Dade grower to tlSooo'l I from New York by-airplane to appear 12 race and every' race *il. be

tall land approximately an I at Miami's downtown track '
his present Growls too ; he has : Newell took an outstanding one.
Lester .
to stand on his togs too much," I 'Shorty' ( amount yet remains to : Never before has the singer appeared .'
and Ivan BIU Oranp
Russell Moser .
-" Moaer and LAMonteGrew I Mr. Stettani said :I at a greyhound race track TAKES CLASS TO PAttX
anti. n.ara. Puller. fbihinffI I
tip debaters among keys on Sunday Theyi '
Homestead High School In i didn't catch many fish but they Too Bad "Architecture" friendship for Jacob Sher and William High School took hlr biology class

the debate with OJos High School Huntley, owners of the beautiful to Royal Palm State Park Tfies-
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had time
a good anyhow Ever Coined Says ExpertI
team, held at OJu on Friday night, j-"At the regular meeting of the I I _, I ovaL I day A picnic lunch was served

won the unanimous decision of the council on Monday evening, thecontract I He will entertain with songs be at noon.REDLAND ,
Judges Aldus and Roy Matthews, I Roosevelt, March II -
I for the city street work
Alvin Campbell, Ben and Douglas I.Charles H. Whitaker, nationally
aggregating approximately $5,000.
1 known architect, who Is at the -
Fitzpatrick, Maynard Veber
was awarded to Al Lindgren of I
Mr. Twyman and Mr. Fisher accompanied Silver Palm The contract call University School of Adult Education CAFE
I this week to conduct special
the team. I
for clearing, scarifying and gradIng -
"Little Sadie and Ruth Murray, about six and one-quarter i work, says "it's a pity that such a JIBS. A. NABORS. ......P.

have been sick with word as architecture I wa ever!
very whooping I miles of street in the city. This I>L"4SER See PLATE LUNCH IM
cough. Princeton coined because has had the
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takes. in the main streets of the
"Dr. Mangus hauled 81 crates ofIX'Pp1'I town and will also oral effect of leading .people' ,

to the depot this week and j I that heretofore have open up minds Into conflict as to what 1*

took home for tectlon'j building and what U architecture.
a check $500 I :
I cessible making the value
"Henry .Brqoker H.; R Prldgen lands much higher. Long be/prt iherr wee any tueh SATURDAYNIGriTONLY

and ArcH Campbell have 02 acres I word, .the greek building Jot the w \

Jn tomatoes bn tbd east glade, anda past had been made he laid. 'No-I ., '
finer looking field oan't be. found Rock Harbor Resident.,, body knows how to use the word.
anywhere. Over 1300 crates of I I Buried in Naranja Plot Good .nd'right building 1* what,

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all kinds have been u.. .0..1< .rthh.klnw .h..whibk "
shipped and '

the prices, Including choice and I Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Pinder of ; wilt be one of the chief I' I '\ .

crooks, averages over two dollars"I 1 Rock Harbor who died March 12 speakers at tow short course for i

-"Hugh Ewing took five hampersof i at the home of relatives in Miami I architects which wilt be held hereat ij

beans to the packing house on ( was burled Monday afternoon In the University School of Adult j

Wednesday and got a check for j Education March 19-21.

$40 spot cash. follow-ing

"Miss Margaret Koiel who has

been spending some time at the Yancey, pastor Rock Harbor LEGAL NOTICES a

Koael fern On the canal returned Methodist Church I s
Sunday to Ustit her cousin Mrs Mrs Finder who was 72 years NOTICE TO CREDITORS t
I old, was the widow of John BROOKS, 0.........
-"Mr and Mrs Chas Colby entertained Finder who died ae\'er.lrean .10.1 In the County ......'. Court in and for';

a number of young folksat Survivors are three ; Dodo County riortria In PrchM*. No.

their attractive home on a recent I'/ Mrs Sally Johnson Mrs. Mamie I I seraNOTICE TO OlF.nlTORa !/I

: Saturday in honor of JohnColby's Albury and Mrs Edna Albury of IT. All CmtttMl sad All Pen.... H..ln. 1
/ Claim or 0........ Against Slid Estate: ,
birthday. I Rock Harbor; a son, John H. PlnI ; You, and oack of you. are ......hy notified
I'I'"W.. H. Howard left on Wednesday I der Jr. of Miami; two brothers ; And roqulrad to proaonft any claims and do.oiaoda T
which you. or either of you, mar I Iha
I I for his summer trip through ., John and Tom Sweating of Miami; against the estate of SUSAN ADAMS ,
the north. H. will go to Coates two sisters Mrs Annie Pinder and BROOKS, dnoawd, lot of let V.rno.Wookhxlor .

: Kansas, first for a few weeks, and Mrs. Theresa Knowles of Miami; Nun W. r County III......*Now. County York,Judge to Gotl of I

then continue on to his son's ranchat ten grandchildren and four great Dado County, at hU offlro In the County
Llttlefleld: Tex.r'Mra. ." I I Covrthoyoi In Dado County florklo, with I
grandchildren. I la fight calendar month Erse the date of
} Henry Pridgen entertainedthe its, finpublkalaa lunaf All elalnu' I'
and demand, oat Moooud ....hI. the '
Rain Shine Club her NOTICE or APPLICATION
or at home FOB TAX elate and In the manner proorrllwl berets I
Wednesday afternoon. 14th. Much Nntlaa la kanbr DEED given that I. J Murphy. hall ho barred a* pm kdl by law U
sewing and much talking were I* Son In*., holnor aa Maltnoa, of city I ofHfal..i Dated Hank S. A. D. IMT I
Tat Certificate Nunborod .. dated
done. Those present were: Mrs. A> AncllUry AdmlaMralar of the
the ath day of A.._ A. D. ItM kaa filed
Lee Lehman, Mrs. Frank Skill, said Coniricato. In mr offl... and baa made Rototo...of.' sews Ads ........, ,

Mrs Tom Brooker. Mrs. W. T. I application In attutdaaoa. for with tu time law t Sold* laauo CartlUeal thence CHARLES I. BROOK, ',

Lanler, and the Misses Eunice _b.._ the followlnadracru..4 propartr, JOHN Rwld.nt C.Aront IULLIV AN. Miami Florida, I
Nixon, Lena Fuchs and I situated In Dade Coaxer, Florida. le-wilt Attorney for AncUlarr Admlnhrtrator I
1 lot U. Uloek' .. Mistook Orlntaal Town.alta. I
Harris. Mrs R E. Edwards was .In state the City of Florida.o< Hialeah, Conmr ofDada. Final publication .M It Mar M. Apr II, "S.S7lUar S., 1T1 I s
the "
guest of honor.
The mid
aiooonnont of Broportr vndortho I
"Little Robert Glenn accidentally : aaM tortlflonu bard was I* Ik* MOM
: 4 drove a nail into his head of Unknown.Unlaaa .
by .
said Certificate shall' k* rooWm.od
falling on it Wednesday and was '' norordlnf to low, tag deed will Imuothoroun 1 DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST I
put under the doctor's care." .. tho SOtk dar of April. A. D. i
1 1r
"Miss Marion Loomis gays aNOTICE IMTfintod this 17th dar af Marck. A. D. I"'. 'I .

.Pursuant to the vnfctona. of ........ 1 ..Dade.. of. C Clroull-",.Coort........... Office Hoursi I .. m. t* I p. ... i

S.4 of the ".kl.. Art of I'.'. Mtlta. k Ctwull Cowl a..LBy. I Sundays I te It I
I ......., ilvon bpi lha rust National Bonk R, ,JAMES D. 0.t I
o( __I, HI Ih.....,. of Had fwd IMa* la. ... Apr. .. t. It). I Closed Saturdays I
BUM of hat the llabllltr Impmd I! t
l' npoOj the r..holdovo af sham of Ita aommenalork NOTICI or APPLICATION FOR TAX
kr the provblona ol action 1111, DEEDNOT1CH Free Parking Space
U. r. Bmbod !.tatuloo, aa amandod. and Ilesso. 1111I No, lilt "
I I \ dart/.. SS of the redone! -. Aft nanxondVd I* HEREBY GIVEN, That (m N. W. SITU ST. MIAMI ,
shell < L Varooa Tai Cortlfloala Nn
MOM on Jell i. tail. ilr.oI
i Br ardor of the Board of Dlrorlom I I Ir. ,, Issued of July A. D PHONE I-tlll
I. 14, rem flied aamo I In offlea and
> J I McLENDON. C. Mor." nr anamnda j 1
application for a tax dod to ho la. I
; ION l-M.r Ml ,ji18c3r ,
Overtook Said .....lfI ... ambraeoa, 4 vea 6 I
' NOTIt Tr' AFI-I. r ATIO1 YOB TAS I!f-fallowing omribod. Property In tko rt ... V
J1KKD T I Dado, Stated lurldn, to-wtt .
0...... Bill No IMI I f It, Blk, IT, Town of r... Clef, !
NOTICE' IS HEREBY Plat T4. h> the County of I
I' 1 l...,..... Millar. alder of Tai OtVFH Corllrkoto That I I Dad.-.rr .. GOOD GLASSES
No nest. based the led dar of A...... I The taaowmoM of tho said protester I
A. D ItSI haa filed' same In mr ofHoa I: nndor the aald oorUIIMt Issued was .Kt tko'I
, and kaa ..... application for a tag dad MUM of r. M. CnalorVxlvx PROPERLY FITTEDwill
, to ko koood ........... *atd _If..... ao aaM ortlfttat akall ho I !
, 1 .. ad nratirdlni to law. the dwerme.l 1
'- U Mk. >wlnt daanribod procortr Intk. nrwartr
. CtwHr of P.OO.JSW of Fk.rtdv, od thorohl will to oohl to, UM kfcluat bidder 1 WHEN
r bit ol tko r.uH.kanaa door M the Most Mon.I MAY TIIEUN : i
"lila S and S, hoa Federal Hltkwar day In In* ntomk of III... IMT, which tai|. NHH.
*. A. Murdona a... of Modolkv Plat tho Srd dar of May IMTDntod .
Book a. paa It, In tko Comply of Dana, this ITth dar of March. IMTB. I
Plata of Florida.oW B. LtATHEBMAN. S'
,, .i Tb 01 the .... pe.ewto ... Clerk of CtrouK Court.ClrnBi II .Any manN Chance of winning are slim
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the of said M C.omUUoM 11_basso oraa in thaMM teen aWL c- rto1 wheal he plac.1tIa: money on unknown race i

U.... aaM ....If..oW ...... W Fadnia., I Br R. JAMCS. p c.1' FROM STRAIN ANDDISCOMFORT fclades. Flay Mfe-share With Psoba Jr., t JC
.. acoordlnv In law, the roartr daiult Mnr It ta Apr .. al' Y
. .. thorota will ko need to tko hurl....t bM.nW product of the world's largest Wade maker.
. at she .._ dinr on the nest : I At 4 far IM.this bUd la abto1ate10 !V
000d.. I. the trier.f Mar. IMT whisk.
I to:-r-T I ; day dnr of*MOT Monk IMT.I IMTK. DR.M.A.BEUGERDentist For Perfect Vision its price class- double-edge blade, that 0

B. UEATHEftMAV blah through the most stubborn bristle Q'
Cloth of Clrrult loirtDaoV ConsultDr. without 4\
c........ rk.eI4o0mcli I pull or Buy package of
1'....,. stool Probalc Jr. from your dealet tow \ "
Neuenschwander .
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I 36 N. Krome AvenueUpstairs Dr. B. GonzalezOPTOMETRISTS .. ,

Turner's Funeral Home I w I PR08Ai( .-

I MM AMniiavrE SERVICE!: Office Hours .8:30-1:30 '|i.J i lit Venetian Arcade Mi-mi l

\ lany OPEN EVENINGS After: May tats Halcyea. Artade4rhoae

n.otlw AJIemlanlPhono. Arrol riP e'T II II1S1 'MZS1 .JUNIOR' BLADES,

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_Tn'day March 19, 1931 .- -- TilE TEAr> -EYTERPnIsr, Page EIerChurches. .. .

ItIt--. I baptismal service Al 1 p. m. 1 -.L o

'..... I young people of the church i

II ] with Billy Arthur. highway i i

.!,n ., crhe chairman TreebrtertaulajaV; evening*. worship._ .I, : .LASSIFJEltAD$, I';

:; rI BATE First insertion 10< a Me; subsequent insertions I : I IIrUUTU.tUIT buPLE or 'ftIn. :

.... RBMtM Rev C. N.Walisetpaator. .I 8U 'ell.'*-Recfland; the Rev of Moral i FOR RENT 1 FOR SALE Citron fresh or pre I

Sunday school tl Norman C. ZulauC pastor Sunday' Spiritualist Temple of Truth In I i ,I served. Tropical tomato mine 4',j 1

' 10 a. Preaching at 11 a. m. school each Sunday at 10 a. m. Woman' Club 410 N. W. Eighth HOUSE TO RENT-for lummer ;I meat and sandwich filling, t 14 :

'Gt amid ,:lit p. m.; B.Y.P.U. at 7 pm.[English'service on second and>i iI avenue, Men' Bible class wand Call at the Wishing Well Narnl os, aoe; plot S5c Calamondint j

' Prayer services Wednesday fourth, Sundaynf each month al i, (pm I.) small lob lOe Qt. Mrs. Ceo. W. ,j''
.gsI". :. OPEN Ala BIBLE CLASS Vv """ Koae], Jungle Grove. y
I P\ ,: .. I FOR SALE 1
of Mac. tl *. Morning tentwray 1 Lesion Park In Homestead or, incase I :CAJUSSAS, 10e qt CUTTINGS

be .. OH A. M. Ylvkm ., PWUaVIphU METHODIST EPISCOPAL I i of rain, city hall 9:45. Sunday PINE LAND BARGAIN' JOI and SMALL PLANTS for isle \

who win peak *. the Florid. |morning.. Tell other*-bring other I tent In RcdUnd close to power' Mr*. Geo. W. Kotel. Jungle \ ,
yraaaldi .f Egypt evening City Oommwmr Charabthe : lint and oiled toad excellent| Grove, Redland road and Plum- ( '
"The Powers Faith.* Bev C. G. Nelson, pastor !! fruit land, only 13) per ten
lit Church school at 10 .. m.; preachIng cash. Will be told Don'tlet \ FOR SALE: Chayote T5c a '
Mar. 14-Prayer service *i'7:SO pv... Midweek prayers i i I. ., goon :' do*.; Chinese spinach 80 IbI -;
the other fellow ahead
subject: Tbt Parables ef tbeaa" wish to offer our most sin get
and Bible at '
study Wednesday spinach 1M 1U; lemons Wedo
sac thanks to all of lour kind you on thli tt'i worth the
cere I
730. I okra
: ; market price, carl_
money. AdjoiN nice hornet ind
J friend and neighbor for their
Goulds-The hev. Noah' Peter. I Jelly Mr*. Geo. W. Koael, Sr.,
,neighbor, and food grove i
ttdlaod Community Chum kindness and sympathy and for the
Plummet Dr.
ten, ptttor.. Sunday school it 10 and Redland Rd.
the Rev. C. G N.IIOnpa.tor.. I most beautiful flower tent during i Suggest that :you act promptly.

..a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and7JOp.rn.iaT Church school at 10;,prea'bin, at j the illness and after the death of' Phone 72, H. A. Cameron, Homeitead. -j MANGO CHUTNEY 3d an os. or ":
: P.U. lt :30p.m.
11. Epworth League at 6:3H. Midweek i husband and father. (ml -28) 3V a pint Jungle Grove. ;
;Prayer ae"lee" 7:30 p. m. Wed- I lour
prayer and Bible study MRS. FRANCIS JERNIGAN I
1 {oesdty. Thursday at 730.METHODIST: j AND CHILDREN FOR CANNED FRUITSof FOR SALE Guavas, Jc Ib., onlyIn f
I various kind, largely guavas; small quantities. Jungle, "

I CATHOLIC EPISCOPAL, j I also jelllei and preserves Some I I Grove Redland. .

!....J.bPtt\,the Sacred Heart SOUTH < j .LEGAL NOTICE French marigold plant to five I! "
's. C. Second: avenue, Homestead; I away Mr*. Grant Mahan, W.I Ft I. RED FRYERS-Uv or drras.ed ,

t)pjtva ,lam<< C1Qon.aJa.JlalI,? White 8toiwi Cl iUTh-Home-1 1: FLFCTION NOTICE Bauer drive. ()ml2-19)) Free delivery In city. Phone iI
st ffl*'.'Rev NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN 835-M. McEwea Poultry Plant. +
Sunday nuas at 9 a. m.; week day lI4; Ad/IYCoestline, f I t ,
rams at 1:45 dally. Sunday school pastor1. Sunda :'J ischool-at 9:30 a. hut under direction of THE! FOR SALE Seedless grapefruit,I
I OF INTRUC- 33o bushel. Mr Eve Collins
11 7:30p.
Sunday following 9 o'clock jnass. 1m.; preaching at a. 1lillel : I |
TION Election will be held MISCELLANEOUS I
an on Federal highway at Biscayne I '
m. Junior "League at 2:30:
Communion' for p.
the first
'April 13, 1937, In Special Tax District : drive. '
Sunday pf' month, for men and m.; Hi League nt 5:43 p. m.; Senior I No 9, Dade County, Florida '|MRS CHARLOTTE O. STEBER. i '

boys, the second Sunday of month. League at 7 p. m. Prayer meeting ;to determine who ffiall be schoolI j jI I FOR SALE-Home on wheels,I certified CulberUon teacher of ( "

: !tQJI..JIlI.W I\:day of month at 7:43 p. m. Mel ..., i I next succeeding two yean and 'Trailer- (pml8)) lesson Get up your own ffcurlome -
Silver Palm Church
first Trld. 7:30: a. m. Bene- Community i the i number of mills of district I I See Mrs. Steber at hire.Anna .
<)' Blessed Sacrament -the Rev. H O. Cowan pastor j' school tax to be levied in said DUjtrlct FOR SALE 3 do hena .
tffctlon.of, the laying Backer' home at Model (
Sunday school every Sunday at 10 ]+I for each of said yean. ,
att'1!' masc.CIRISTIAN. ,I a. alit preaching services on first, I,;I,' The polling place at which said Rhode Islan4 reds. *nc| white I PIANO TUNING an., repairing i '
leghorns, moat of them about 1
Election will be held Is follows
third and fifth Sunday at 11 a. ]i as I II Good used for tale cheap i I II'
SCIENCE CHURCH: I Homestead School Building I yr old. L. O Adams at Dr. piano
m. and 8 p. m. I II W. C Koon, 113 N..W Ir4 .t,
I I I Homestead. Petersen place on Halnltn, H ti \
Florida City-Broadway and .
The polls will be opened for the I ml. west of Krome.'Phone -
MAP, SI Fred :Tt Barnett I 2322.I' .
Sixth street Sunday school itC will speak at both morning and I,I purpose of voting at 8 o'clock, A. I II I (m2tf) WANTED )
:45 a. m. for pupil under,20 yean M. and closed at sundown on said i iI
evening service Special! services
I '
of morning service at 11
age; date
each evening through I opt
o'clock. JAMES
Wednesday evening fet- T. WILSONSuperintendent
vfce* which Include testlmonlal the week. Mr. Barnett hat i of Pub. '16-room frame house, lots of nice.. of combination land In well

of healing and experience and remal4tf been delivering searching lie Instruction. Dad furniture, linens, dishes, everything developed tectioti, electricity

on Christian Science; S P- messages en the Christian's Individual County, Florida. complete $2200. Make an 1 available Give full particular

nt The public 1* cordially Invitedto responsibilities to I (Mar. 12.11,28, Apr. 2) i, offer. I I am prepared to pay from % to
.. 3-4 cash for the tori of
attend'Splatter"' God. H h t real privilege to NOTICE ; right
_. ban |u<;h....consecrated layMan TAX DEED : 6-room bungalow, concrete blockhouse I land. Perfect title expected. G.I .
r ) $ rLtli D'.iermon" spend a few day In the cost a lot more to build I L. Randolph, 317 W. Calendar \ e
(Senate Bill No. 183 File A-1454)
community, and we urge all I I 2250. I Av., LaGrange' Ind. (p 2) .;
Notice Is
1 hereby given that J. K. ...sealframe
':1 member tad. friend fl the Hester, holder of State and County i
CHURCH OF CHRIST church to hear hi.... I (-room house, will steep! W4HT: BlKiti and -
Tax Certificate No 11214 Issued
Irom.lead-First I I t [I 10 persons 8800 WtjRjSf Kib need. rite
avenue and the 3rd day of August, A. D. 1931,i I ......
...neelollThe Rev. H G. Cow- I I ft* eht Cps.. ftftwld be cen- .
N.\VVrtfh street, T. J. Hunton.j I an,i attor,,Leo L. Peyser' assistanttiMtor 1 has filed Mm In .my office, and''',' house and lot $780i trtlly loeufca *&. club desires ,I II
mln4"!' '1j3lble study *t Sunday school(at 1Q 8. In.; hM made application for a tax I; .. .... eventually to fit up a public restroom I
com mfl.u lon deed to be issued thereon. Said I
aMl and 7 4J i: and woman exchange
preaching a m. :
p. i Four full-ris lot, excellent
preaL1J pant 11 a. m.; preaching at I
Certificate embraces the follow-
7 Wldnesd .[m every Sunday Epworth League I:|i apartment house site $900. Hurt be oheap Mr*. Ben Archer
: p\ )r7 l'\'aytr meeting I '
described I In the County
T J't7 p. m. 'ing property .. Leader-Enterprise
((ll110,0 to.. of Dade, State of Florida, to- I
',- Mar tl-Palm Sunday ser I wit: I j 140 acre raw land, exceptional location WANTED White housekeeperfor

CMtRCHOFCOD. ". vice.Mar: t$-Special Easter services I 1.0122, Block 1 1, Realty Security j|I $40( per.acre. 1 general housework Phone
tlletiead'a-606' N. 'W: First Corp., Coconut Grove 522-M, Homestead (f26tf)
both morning and even- 65 acres raw land, also exceptionally *
hum I(. Dndson, minister.' I
Subdn., Plat Book 2 85,
.iy*school at 943: *. jn.; I Ingj music by Lyon brothers' in the County of Dade, page, State good location popular oiled WANTED TO BUY-Sugar cane,

pfe Rolling at 11 a. m. and 7:SO p'm': ., quartet Sunday evening.METHODIST I of Florida. 'I road and close to power line, mangoes, all kind of tropical
I' $50 per acre fruits Mid produce. S. Rosen 7
J 64S
'lar'J'at p prayer '. FREE Th assessment said property I ...... E. 13301' street, New York City.
m p m WednesdaysCHURCH 1
1jt! : under the said certificate Issued '
Fords City: -Mrs. Ernest War 85 acre potato land Allupaltah 4
: OF THE NAZARENE |(,vas in the name ot: Sady H. Allen, -
r-en, pastor. Sunday School; MIL a..t ... '1 ,jectioiu.fSO. per acre. NOTICES
| '" ...... LEGAL
Homestead 10 11am. and
The Rev. W. J. a. m.; preaching ]
{ ,Unless.said ertJt ata.shall ,torredeemed '
Parker, pastor. Sunday school ttM3 I D.tP.j Junior meeting 8:30. p<'JYon" \.; | according to law, the I I I II. ..... CAMERON, ORDER FOR PUBLICATION ..
: preaching at 11 I People meeting T15 i Phone 71 Homestead .
a. rp., m. | property described therein will bl! la the Circuit Court Eleventh
nU( t-SofjVm. N.' Y. P. S; and Prayer and class meeting 740 1 Judicial Circuit Dade County,
Juaiort 'meetuif t- at 830 p. m. Thursday sold to the highest bidder at the i I FOR SALE-Ripe orange, tangerines I Florida. In Chancery.' Cane Ne.

Prayer meeting Wednesday even. Court-house door on the firstMondel r grapefruit, fryers, eggs, 41119. II
: PENTECOSTAL; In the month of April Dr. Shanklin Grove, H mile JANET WEBBER JONES, Plaintiff j

Ing7:30p1m. 1937 which I la the 5th day. of April,I west of Florida City. (o30-U) vs KENNETH PAUL .
Prhsceton-tre Rev. C. H. Con. Gsulda-Rev. John H. Stroud, 1937. I| I JONES, Defendant

don pastor. Sunday school at 9:43; pastor Sunday school .t 9:43.; ; Dated this 24th day of February'I FOR SALE 10-icre 20-year-old DIVORCE. .

preaching it 10:45: a. m. and 7:30 preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:JO p. 1937. i i grapefruit grove. 800 Marth It appearing by affidavit appended r
i 1 seedless trees, 24 old Taylor I to the bill filed in the above \
p. m.Junlor meeting 8:30; young FIRST PRESBYTERIANHomesteadRrome I
j stated caus that Kenneth Paul
people' meeting 6:30. Prayer 1 Clerk of Circuit Court ']'i 1 avocado tree, a few Persian! Jones, the Defendant therein named

meeting,Wednesday 7:30 p. m. avenue atj I Dade County, Florida 1 lime tree Hole blasted and Is a non-resident of the State of .

-T EPISCOPAL: N. 18th street; the Rev. E. L. Nelson [,:Circuit Court Seal I 1 i made up for IT) tree Tenant I I Florida and It a resident' of Fxtse-
minister. Bible I school at By N. C. STERRETT D. C. I house. Give away price: cash| wood Heights, Hillside Trucks
j 1
8L .ha'l-S.. E. Second avenue m.. Young people's meeting it 6:301 i iI i (Feb. 28, Mar 8, 12, 19). down $1200; remainder, $800 j I vllle, Pennsylvania that there Is {.
and Fourth street Homestead, the 1'1Ladiel' Tuesday I federal land bank mortgage payable I no person in the State of Florida
circle -
Rev ", Uton B. Sackett, vicar. I p. at 210 p.-m.prayer Mid-week pray-!II I NOTICI or APPLICATION DeeD TOM TAX In 24 year Address Grove'1 the service of subpoena upon whom

Morning' and ....... I Box Leader-Enter- I would bind such Defendant and
praytjj' termon Sundays service I I ( HIM N. ItllKOTJCE Owner 928 i'
er Thursday at 7:30: p. m. j that he .11 over the of twenty-
at )1:00. I i M memo: GIVEN Use BU I
holy *
evoery ,,10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m I H._.. hoMer "* RUM ..4 ContrTM prl one yean. It It therefore order
Sunday at 7:30 a. m. and tint and 8 p. m. Young people meetIng !I (.. "k.l...... tilt tew* the nth 4wM ed that said non-resident Defendant _
Sunday month at AIIIIPI A. D, 1 n.. Mi IM sate. !. mr| FOR SALEZ You cat make
oit, 11:00; other at 7 p. m. {I, "'r..... .... .... 2..d. ....11..'... t er a I 13.101." and up year If you be and he It hereby required
holy day a| 10:00: a. m. Young I'I I I sea dead U W toad ..._. per Bill of Complaint
People/\ Service'league, Sundays Mar. SI Merolag .worship: ,,,..... im\iimtm UMta hlb.iaa 64111property 1 buy this tore for only "::10.00 cause on or before

,tlJOp/rn.! -The Baptism *f InI..,."! "........ 6.the Cmilltr at DwM IUI .l I plus inventory For lull particuf Monday, the 3rd -day of May, A.
/ I Lou I...-.. II..... I. ...... Park, I Ian see Scherr Feed tt Supply. D. 1937, otherwise the allegation :
Put IW If: P... a. hi the Covets, Store1 (flU: ) of said bill will be taken a* con
I .( o a.. stew rf Plaids.7T .
fessed said Defendant
...... i I \
ttwill said prop-rip AnAer
HARRY'S WELDING SHOP I, the ..Id ...Utlaata based ... In the w..' PURE: GROVE ,HONEY- eaV1, f It I* further ordered that this ,
.I' Ue-s. delicious Bring your container. order be published a week
V._ ..... .rt(f..... ...... be r-.4sresrd.a !'I Honest quart The Sag Grove for four consecutive once) week In ,
PRINCETON FtAFerU I le 5e. the p' p rra d..9b.d.Pravda
: ,
W MM M tta "torat I King Highway1 tart of Reams The Homestead Leader-Enterprise
the C..rt.ha..a tar f* tk- tint MOB* .ve. U21tt). a newspaper published In .al
Me Etectrle tat Aeotyleaw Welding rt Cyllndtr Bleeks.bearutf I Ici. I w to the swath .. AHU IH1, wkkk toBring" I County and State. ,

....,........ ..uu...... Castings aM tIeII.ft: t' GUAVA' JUICE tt vet g lloa. This March 11, 1111. "'

Jungle Grove Bediand.On .* V. EJ Bt LXATHERMAM,
AaleaioiFve Mae1.1 :. upalrlns-Catrls: .. s.1. sWa City Cravesrieswe I* ; 'Clerk of Circuit *\-, .

ponrm *;and tllg..Vi..*...... ecueethir r4 Marls* Year HeaM With nth ole, t Awrtt, IWT '' (Circuit Court Seal) I '
Pulled oak ant I
ands burials and ciUnaer kerlnc I' tru ... a. LIATIUIlklAM. By M. SWIFT. ,
NATUROLGAtfVlnU'bTiVesi Clcfk OIl Clnmtt CWt Deputy f lei Ip
Cheek d.sat .L Solicitor for Complainant t ;kl
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Russell HA New

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am beet K p...., UHftUtO 12 01.can .. .. 1L
s.-. 14.NMI. Md cow
rItA saPM. s CIdw aiasa... 3 z.raaANY --- 8 oz.bottle...15c :
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1aa.aa fit Berta ps.Itf7a.. 00 aw n-w.emLys. BRANDcans ...!'C.1-1A\1tit .. .. JERSEY ..'..
www"d. aftII ad eesR waterssewarM '
... MILK
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tin ill 116.R26" ..leas 1bnI,'
Fri. and Sat.
ow.s.aaWg'Ttopie Lrrrs.deC.ill ss.a7s.sit Bar 3 J Ig. .... 22c 21g.bottles... is
eM "na1dIt.tIn"*
ease wd awnI fit te pwritls
at.IiIr. BUM MR bare
tam bft.OWN........ .IN am P"Or 2MM Monarch Coffee Yi07 ride: 29c
Tte boat fedtertxi to Mr.Ohm- ,
WWI W'Iftt Mavd La. KorariLbM !
a bit mud *r Y1'Tet.r'
Printed Lwamor a.Boost pact komtt WM Comes"of Ftetdt.r"! Oiteela Lady Grace BABY t Concentrated BULK !
Hursba.% 1C'T. k to M sale M,
Miami *t BurB.'. and ttM Bd Lure Tender DILLPICKLES I LIMA SUPER SUDS ;
Crows Drat Stan at $Lt& TIle
-.Now weds at m .. tr i
.Ml .- I II I PEAS BEANS31bs..25c L *f. 20c SUGAR ;

Trw Fruit Bowl ..-le I
A Mhw kM ban tor *
-.... Bt .... OM.taM tat tempwun 2 cans ... 27c qt. ....._ 19c both for 21c 5Ibs..27cSnowdrift !
Must' r.ft awe as .worst slam
were after big t
Law the bon d.eawred 2wy, r !
fREE' Cannon
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.,. 3 Ib. 63c
panyTitBrtt- 11M a r.rwi.Mrs saw Dish Towel can j fi

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R I C E,5 pounds.............-.. 29c -MEDAL '
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PAJITSROLUTOR 10 Ib.bag .... 45e IEAL or GRITS, SIbs. ......... 1ge FLOUR5Ib.pkg..29c I

MICHAJHtMCbltSTAXTLT 20 g .... 8.c .

FwAwlaeptortdl Still MONTEMELBA CLOUDY AMMONIA, qt.bottle.5c


PEACHES BROWN SUGAR,4 Ibs. .....-... 25c Salad Dressing.

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No.2% can .. 19c! DOGFOOD,5cans ......_....___25c qt jar ...._. 25c

lIandy-Pack Sunbeam Assorted Dd Monte Golden I Golden Ripe RED BLISS -

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Plus bottled posit lOoz.jar..lOe No.2 can .1Se I 31bs. ....13c 5 lbs. _..11c



Ib----------- 27c on UD rrrno lb. ......._.. 22cCHERRIES

No. 2 can ......... 18c STEWING

:ipny WESTERTOMATOES,3 No.2 cans...__...25c CHICKENS
otrrrAL wHrrt: :3 t.4 Eb.averareIb.

........ 25e SOAP CHIPS,2% Ib.pkg. ....... 19c .__....... 27c

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