The leader-enterprise

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The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title:
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title:
Leader enterprise
Place of Publication:
Homestead Fla
South Dade Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
April 2, 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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33835104 ( OCLC )
AKP5867 ( NOTIS )
sn 95047482 ( LCCN )

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Preceded by:
Homestead leader
Preceded by:
Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by:
Homestead leader-enterprise


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I E, A. Buchanan Injured : I' Vested Choir Concert
WOMAN'STONGUE l Wliilo Operating: Saw POST ', Set for_ Friday Ntaht SOIL SAVING

E A. Buohanan lot three flo4 I Next Friday night has been set
BEST r. and the tip of the fourth on [FOR for the concert of seared and secular ASSOCIATIONIS
\ hit left. hand while operating a music to be given in the Ne\'u
: pQ" ..- (lven a.y TuWv mornIng I I King Cooper School auditorium
at the Brooker Lumber Coy by the Bach vested choir composedof
TREEFORCITY rd, wber: be 1* an emplojree of 'FIRE i linger from *n part of the ORGANIZED
att Qd4n.. I1 diitrM who have bn rehearsing ,

.... the tlngeri war* eompletefy, >for the past five week Icvim
,- npMVilad\ by the aw, the index .- I Lyon of Florida City, I -- '
Spreading, Shade QujcNo. ( f,ngaf tuft below the second Joint,, Offered slclsn and choir leader O 44110! Local Committees Chosen
the two middle finger almost even! |50.{ parlance. U director: Mr*..RuU
Q .. Fertiliser With the palm' of the hand and the tion I'rider 1* pianist.. I at Three PlacesWednesday

N ffCi fourth finger. just Mow the first No admladon will bf charged,
Joint.Mr. but | """,-wJ ; offering will\ 4e 1'ALLOWANCES ,
ROTARY CLUB WORKSON Buchanan wa ruahed immediately taken All proceed ,bov the IN 1937
to the Post Graduatehospital. GUM COlt of the music will be donatedto
', Homestead, where! every I QF the Homestead swimming! pool
precaution wait taken against Infection I
Maho}:ally Beautiful but and other complication, Lighted l fund.All the director Simple Conservation PractIces -
by '
too Narrow and and he wa put under treatmentfor 'I Earn
Cylin- From TfU to be present at the next rehearsal $2.50 an
drical for Shade lyilem.Severe His shock condition of the wa nervous mid I to be held Tuesday at the Acre in Benefits
Homestead Methodist Church
yesterday to be Improving rapidly I
The woman's! tongue tree (A1bizzla and It wa expected that he wouldbe A reward of fSO I Responsibility admlnlatraUpn -
ttbek) probably wlU be the taken home by the end of the Information of the 1931 soil conservation

satisfactory shade. tree for week. and conviction of KNOW AMERICA I program In Dad County now rcita

the Homestead Rotary Club tees F entirely with a control board oflocal
planting project for the streets cf of corporation ,URGES HEAD OF grower, elected from the. :
this city, I'p.' Rue chajraqiet | RADIO STARS TO fire p/causing fire I membership\ the aaaoclallon it

the cQjmmlt I ia'narga' of,; the ,land control wIUl"district yx, (WOMEN= CLUBS I I aerie of organization meeting .
project, told the club Wednesday GIVE fflLL BILLY held Wednesday at M mt."P.lluldilHome.t..d.
this Section of .
lie Mid this \Irtdjcated.<<.by nveitigatlon -
war (
whifh the comet SHOW ON APR '0 cording to notice" i Mrs. T. V. Moore Gives C. H. SleffanL who a. county

lied M far had time to piakf ,i lrwiq oA .-" f Travel Talk at Lions agricultural agent, will act a* i

The woman a tonfue, as "r4l 'T 1I1't wMclen.i Cub) Meeting secretary Dude County: ol the Soil oewly-foruwd :
TP j I Connrvattoa
because of the witaparlflg, chatter. $rl'. '.tnmtfn Fund to i Any paten ,. I Auotfttton.. presided at tilt agestuns. J'J'I
Ins Mile made by the ruettiygavet tea1 1lnF@ fP 1 tinGa causes ftre to U"* | MI- T'J' Moore of Miami, I W. T. Nettle, Galaeivtlle.district !
> and pod*.. ashes alo i<\ 11-des area laorti the Florida redera- agricultural agent, wu the \
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6oa>. sapittltle,1 urged the I principal! speaker, outllnxg la atetoil of
needs no fertilizing and h.e > root "Uncle Jhra: Jone and U.other Itlfe permit Bedlaod District Lion and their tilt practices to !b< observed
ijitem that will not tprea. gad, adl $mtctmoerf whow htubAllrpW"W4ee.mPy \. ty.#r<' warden\ | WVf| to become acquainted: with and the benefit that would accrueto
tear up the sidewalk, Mr. Rue faidDr : tnuaic th* (uv central' 41 their "neighbor to the couth"whW fruit and vegetable of
/ ," and
H. S, Wolfe, hortlrui'briat.i novelty.numberi have tickled andWMgllWU lice" It Bali she related Thursday night this tree by partlclpaUon in Utecurl'f
in .charm td the Sub-troplFrl! txV 1 2010 tans throughout During Bit '* her experience while on a tour nt program
ptrlp>rat fftatlott. a member.eC fie I Uif country .1J,1. ar 'in person.IwWia-ilrw be ( < : of South America. Local committees in each ...".
Rotary, C uc, aicca4 with Mr. Rue* here Tuesday night in John R. Van, 'tM area I She spoke of)Uie beauty of Rio from which UM officer of 'the)
royal poinciana, Arnara'i Radio Bunt panda to be' wall Deported de Janeiro with Its royal palm county board will bt chosen at an
eoryldarr4Vy the committee. line liven In their own water-proof. 'I whit farce I that-aaak* those at the Hialeah I arty meeting, wen elected a*
a mnadlnf\ coot system doe .no 4 tent. theatre. to iVilie god Vww race track: look: like prouuT In I, follow:
afford the shoes provided by the 4 percentage of the proceed will i into \be. grass < comparison. She described an HtmwUad: Wliiim\ UuMcl-
woman' tongue and litter uj(;( tilt 14 tp the municipal swimming pool\ from 4 truck a* r:7'I'alrtrlp across: the Andes and. some v.hta. president: H. L. Cook: vie*. ;
street,, be pointed out. Tins Me repair fund, under whose Auspices I hauled to and of 4't\If\ chKractoHstK, \ custom of J:1.lldenTom; Harris and GuUitk
derlj(| of Florida mahogany\ yet*, the how will,come here. I reward polled b 'the people in tilt various South :I *.
also considered, toffs narrow and In addition to 'Vncle *cra.."' It worth the American countries and showed' Gould: Luther L. Chandler,
cylindrical: for "'1'''' purpoafi and tanMu rural character played by !I take the trouble picture and souvenirs collected rrejident; George Ccoper. vice-
suited more for ornamental purpose Billy, Hall of tiwiiton, Maine, '. appearance .... \ while the was then I rwldent: : Frank McUlmmon and
la some narrow pace between ipeflal feature are "The Old !morvn It I* unlawful to use other *hnPeruvian John Campbell.
buildings he l.'41h' Homestead Quartette" featuring I matches while In Peru Mi-mi: H. L. Cox prfsid-ut:
committee Will continue Its investigations -, "ion". "Clem", "Abner". and "El- or other than Chilean matches V. T. Oxlef, vice-pn.ldent: George
ants seek the Services 'A III"". This act i* (aid, to be replete TWO : while In Caw Mr*. Moore 1I1d. Cook and V. P bowling .
a landscape architect In making a with hlU-biliy, comedy and There are several type of the The last named member of each
planting plan for Horwutead. I home aong Next come "Adler I native wax match and matchboxes committee. will serve ai an alternate -
A beautification engineer wit) be and Dunbar", right off the farm. RESULT : and each i 18 used on particular to relieve any regular number -
Invited to address the club! \ at an I Boe sings old-tim favorite andIiafry occasion: a* a matter of form! who may be Absent. President
early d ate. Impersonates:! every animal FOR Mr*. Moor wa Introduced by and vice-president of each local
The club velcumed W Y Byeh around the farms "'LuIA May and Earl L. Mlddleton Miami Lion I roup automatically become mem.
a farmer, member, back ]into that {Job1'. mountain music danger, are and ,frequent visitor to the Red- bars of the county board of directors -
clue, ,11 next and then coins S\h and Two jnegrp ( : land club. which will elect I its own
.. Lydia., who can play ,very queer Homestead and The member gave the Lions' officers and act Intermediary for
mualcal Inrtryoient from a mouth suited fatally last motor safety committee the the proper attribution of governmental -
Local W c. T. U, to Raise organ 10 a Jug. a/, act Jacked fullPretty J I. T .7 authority to write to each memberof fund
$24 (or Education Fynd of laufpi*. grand jury w on*,a \ \ < the state legislature asking that explained by &. Nettl**. Uw 11
Nadut Campbell from gree) murder for \ : (Continued aa Pag Two) preliminary step toward obtaining
I benefit from the i is trot'ssigAing
way put la Tea' ((o* in acrobatic program
Plan for raising It* quota o(,the John Bryant; ID,
(Cogtioue4 pin Page twol Pool Dance I and taint with the local
million dollar temperance educational Wc In the I" Tomorrow
committee of a work sheet showing
fund which\ Ia the goal of the \ camp at Gould Be'Night ir* Old Spain'II I the bile Acreage upon which the
to have'
national organization of the Wee nor Scout* card Bryant, I
grower entitledp claim lf mI -
m.n' Christian Temperance Banquet on ThursdayJaMma charged that the "A Night In Old Spain" will be buraement The work sheet then
Union, discussed by the Red- Towson wa I I I
were JaMma*-. ?. motif of the evening wheel the la assigned to the field supervisor. .
land District W C. T. U at a meetIng banquet to celebrate the.beginning proper number of 'swimming pool benefit dance are and ,survey party who will measure i'
Friday of last week In the Red- of the sixth year of the rel ensued which resumed q\the Homestead( Country and map the area Involved ,
land CfmJ.1l.UI'tl' Church Uomcsteud Scout troop'. existence bullet In Bryant: pub tomorrow nijhl and report finding: to the local ,
The JocaJ uoU. tit. muat be .>> being planned torlaeirt Thursday WU keUl fmlown, A *is\t ft Spain wW be In the committee ant county boardThere .
Sent In by June 1. Mrs H.O: Ann evening by mother of the"to. quest conducted of foUows a compliance report,
atrong president of the district It *m ba sowed in Legion Peace Sid l". bert. nd application for payment which
union Ann oyncad. Several sub ball night music Any touches of "Old must meet the approval of, the
crlption to the fund were madeat Special: gut- *( the Banquet The other1 Spain" which the dance patrons I county group talon Ii..U forwarded !
the inset ng. will Include, the scout cub, girlfriends Saturday night .... I* uve their eeetusnei will to Cr\ ?ivtl]* and tbet\tf.
of the scouts and *couteommlttenneh Bottwlck.' $0, '! I help to erecting the *tmospherewacih I *aabmkvct lor Issuance of Uictk
Wlllard Pifleh i.; A. heed Die. warning tlrt chamber '!| Commerce I The necewlty for prompt action
7 t ,,7t r Arthur. I. B. Bum mers. Oeo. Brown 43, to stay (\I once! committee bas pljnne j for fUinj work sheets at the offices
oeiew.sews ". .. On .lpte'ehtus..ise \ )Vakefield, Frank Rue A. p. ing hope lie long event 118 ttie county agent in Homestead
... ........ Cain P. B. Bird Ben Archer, Ceo. knlf which had The committee this week lei IIIIf MUuni WM stressed by Mr Netlet \-
If. Prick: and Wm. .. BhaneyTh qWll'relII| other Wtthout the aaalitano of Ate chair- vno said he expected they !
Dale IMas13AIMIi 1 speakers wm ..4AdwdeScoutmaster aide flag boua*. )i'fu5 H-Mf, V4% 18 4u ID S. department of agrVuttule
Mar. 2' I feel t2 }j2u81 A A. Koestllne who ed on coming In, bed, but the Vtbcr\ two tnemfren, would jet deadline early to;, Mara
Mar 17 I 167 I .a 12UI ..ISXar. .. organiied! the troop and since that wick died later, *. Carl TwefdeH |nd,.Mrs, El- }( order to avoid the delay wittcH
: ....... ) 112 1( J tVa. has direct d 1ti acW\Llc*, A.lticfarMne dell lao*plMl, and M. rrosehef; are proceeding score incident fd the prograsn/ jp
'Mar. It ..._.1 M I U 110M; 6. and other Bounty field,on a ... \ : \* gnetytartoai ......1Ul.and 1836, then in the experimental
Mar. 10 ..__ .1 1a I 16, JUal scout exeeuUvea: and Mr, Frank murder by a : promise that no detail that wilt add stage fct the touthera region
Merit .11 I 178 I 10 I i2Ut{ .16 Skin, captain of the Homestead court of O. B. Hi* enjoyment of the event will ADoweneae totaling 11.1. an
April' I _111 I If ISO.H Girl Scout&1 Grove. neglected. (Continued on Page Three.r )

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Pace Two THE LEADEn ENTERPRISE Friday, April 2, 19.37.

) District of Columbia,
of The Syrup
I gallon i" .11'IT"
I piece Ghosts" Ing at 8 p. ra and lasting two and dm isti bulcdn' Ptol'JdR.\ ;ipd ..i. Indian KuntuikyMiunr
KNOW sideshows
Two free band concerts will' be A halt hours There are no the Krlpd'llit' in that ,t it<' md Mnvi.,md. Massachusetts I.Georg. I
concession or aftershowconcerts
given one at noon on Krome .
I also m Alabama ('onn 'iti ut Mil IIll1an. Mississippi
I II _
i C" ituiid Prom Pane civet avenue and the other at 7 p. mat ,<
ihe) > giic their support to a bill In !
the .tniiiii session providing for a Millions of Pounds

.state highway patrol under civil Of Florida's Farm

service Cdr ,; Surpluses Removed t
Jock Gatlln and James Gibbi
tang "On*. Two, Button My
I-More than
Gainesville Apr.
Shoe an a duet, and Jack sang I
364 million pounds of farm products
"Goodnight, My Love'. They
were purchased In FloridaIn
were accompanied by Mist Bobbie '
1938 through I national pro-
Summerlin at the piano.
gram for the removal of price depressing -
Mr Lewis Brandenburg, accompanied -
by Mr Russell Elder surpluses, the Agricultural I 1 N PERSON +

tang Me a Only medley with Including Thine "Drinkto Eyes." IIM Informed Extension Adjustment the Service.Florida Administration Agricultural I UNCLE E IRA

Believe Me It All Thou Endearing -
Young Charmi" and Tunic The surplus removal program I JONES
uli-Funlcula. Aa an encore E serves to stabilise market supplies i Apse Mrs
t, Lawienee Joined Mrs. Branden and prices The products
huts in singing "Moonlight and chased are turned over to the pur-j Radio Garrq ,
iral Commodities !
Far MAYS saARe ""
RIN.Millon Conklln district govmnoi poration for distribution, in eps TMs RADIO now
with state relief sag TuEM ON IM RAM
operation agen-
If Florida Lions, will be pres.ent
i tea, to persons on relief rolls who
next Tuesday night It was
announced -.nnot buy them in the regular
ot t )mnels of trade.
Mn A. t. Chandler Goulds
Mi :md Mrs. J. R. Rutland Miss Removal of these surpluses rt-
Barbara Done and Miss Jane Get ulted In no increase In prices to
fin of Homestead, Mrs. C. O Calderwood consumers of the products Involved -
of Redland and George In commercial markets. On IN HOMESTEAD
Spoken of Miami were ,uesta. the contrary, In many instances it
----- actually operated in the interest
Tomerlin Takes Over cl-consumers by encouraging con- APRIL
Transfer the tent; which will be erected tinued production and maintenance -
B. Murphy's.
Ion the r. E. C. property off Krome i i of the producing capacity. TUESDA Y
J. T. Tomerlin has taken over avenue and N E. First street The I I Surpluses removed In Florida 6.
the transfer and hauling businessof show will have a one-night stand'i last year included 36,798,000
B. C Murphy and Is prepared j with one performance only, start pounds of grapefruit and 62400
: -
10 give prompt and reuaaie service
he announced this week a
Mr. Tomerlin lived here from I
U2 to 1930 and was In the transfer -

til hi returned to hit old home In ,
Mississippi He came back to
Homestead last November and has
been doing plumbing work and +is

farming Mrs Tomerlin who returned to

Homestead with her husband Is' Tdb
a niece of F L. Mcllwaln and Mrt
J. D. Barnes.


(Continued From PaM One)
novelty dance. The funny man
of the show It Charles "Dome" I MARKET
Williams, the boy from the hills of
Tennessee who made the name
"Elmer" famous. Zeke Hoff leads ,
a hill-billy band that has seven I : <"' "
of the hottest musicians that ever r.':

came out of the hills of old Virginia .

A special added attraction I I. 'J
it the famous minstrel, "HI. ,\ ,
Brown" Bobby Burns, late of the ,tsttl#
Al G. fields and Lanes White I r $
Mlnitrrls The; black-fact! comedian -
will appear In hit master- I II I



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Big stride la comfort,beauty..*/ jour choice of the many different l I ..

TPOPICAUMDNKEYJUNGLE willi safety mark the can of the last two makes and models, Ford V-8 sad 4

MOOT-BACK GUARANTEE years. And at jour Ford Dealer's otherwise Many of the best buys

you can enjoy these adrtnUges weds
new are R&G used cars-rexi
t k Q ieM UMDj...JT n
Iri L OKcy Ul.d.1"1f Ka oar It.lie i.. right now at very little cost. aad f**rvr/W on money-back

JUNeiiCINtHClU at own SO pe1aII.. Meet faoterr Apply your old car against the basis. Don't put up with a worn ,
lpMIJIoatl..l...,I*Q eerie down payment-arrange easy out car. Enjoy modtr motoring 'f '

eU with a wrUtoa troatt ale .! terms for the balance-and take pleasure and safety instead. .

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.... Friday April 2. 1937 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pare Three_ '

ft for cover crops. The area I Dad: "No; otherwise you might' I Willie: "Papa, It Isn't true that ;i':'
I. SOIL SAVING occupied by trees Is eliminated In i', dry up once in a while."-Ex. I I f am made of dust I* It?" '
t the field survey, which also ellmt-! ft j
IS SAID BIGGEST hate waste land, such as hammocks ,
" : I (Continued From Page One) sloughs, roads and pot- II
SOUTII OF GABLES;'[i acre may be earned by individual holes In the farming territory. I IOrganisation I Diet and Your GroveGive
i growers by observing simple farm of field crews under -
1 I I practices designed to build up the direction of a county supervisor )our grove the benefit of your knowledge of diet in !
'(soil after Its depletion by commer"del appointed by the board con- f
' ,- "Oh, Doctor! Has More crops. Plowlng-under natural trial Is expected to follow the tint i relation to health.
i Than 100 Boys and I grasses and weeds etttllles the meeting of the county group at|
}" Feed trees I fertilizer that supplies the 10 easentirl
Girls in Cast II I growers to $1 an acre Anotherdollar an early date according to County -' your
;, an acre Is added for the Agent Stetfanl, who said every I elements In addition to the guaranteed Nitrogen' Phosphor:

I C :' I II I planting of mid-season cover crops I effort will be made to expedite the i! Acid and Potash analysis.SOILADE .
Cowboys cattle rustlers,bandits,
such as sesbanla, crotelarla, vel- work this year and avoid the delays -
nurses and beautiful girls figure in'! vet beans beggar weed and other of last season.Approximately .
an operetta featured by romance,: I N A COMPLETE PLANT FOOD
legumes An additional allow- I 115.COO in benefits I
adventure and comedy to be given ance of fifty cents an acre may be was released recently to Dade I
Wednesday and Thursday nights: gained by the application of one

",s. of next School week auditorium at Redland by Farm'Life more'than of a number or fertilizers.of soil-building chemicals the County 1838 growers soil conservation who took program part In, I SOILADE, Inc. 1

one fiundred pupils from the and with greatly Increased acreage ; ,
'; Similar allowances are to be' LOCAL 11EPAt5C\TATICE:
third to the Ittit grades and more Individual /grower I
made to the grove ownen who are, C\nL WARNER PHONE 27I"l1ll'h'tll.
"Oh. Doc*'!" li the name of the entitled to 65 cents an nci' '* fu this amount should hi ?..tuex\ '
di S Flmltr Ave "
r "i
operetta, or Musical comedy the ordinary iultiitlon and an ixtni crested tilt \I' '' Mi >kll 'II'' nd: i I, 4 4I
plot of which 1 h 1 lard In sanitarium -
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somewhei" east of the Rio
Grande and not fin from, the Mcxidin -
border. Tin sanitarium U;
owned and operated, by Dr. Di ink-

water, a pompous und lelf-opln
lonuted mnn, who disowned ills
only son because hI married an
ftctreia raw
Drlnkwater'i wife dies grievingfor

her ion and leaves her moneyto r4 w sAy EA
his orphaned daughter Glory,
only on condition that she spend KUPr
the last twenty-four hours before solo

her twenty-tint birthday with her t SAY

hoping KEa ,

But Glory, like her mother, Isen
actress, under,contract to make h
a talking picture In South America SAY 8 j0 II
and her twenty-first birthday is r u I
Only two days away She must AL
keep her contract, and wants her RMANLEWhatever G s' 4 ,3 c t ',
grandfather's money. She remembers
her friend Honor who has ,I
sick mother and conceives the a I
idea of sending them to the sanitarium I
It- I
.I In her place. Her grand I
father has never seen her at*!
1 need never ',lIln.
The fun.and trouble begin when
I( Honor and her mother. Madam

Chem" whom she introduces asher
foster mother, arrive at the
sanitarium .
Proceeds of the operetta, said be the most pretentious ever staged I
south ,otCorUCables, will Us I ,
used to buy uniforms for the school
band. MJu) Rebecca Jan Fisher, I

lousld'lnstructor: I la coach snd director | you want in a gasoline. .. ;I II

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? ,- The Formula i
;' Poor Prof l "What's the formula| the is
-' for water, Jones?" I percentage j
.. "HJ J K L .M NO," spelled. out jI
the scholar. 1
"What's that?" barked the mai-j

ter.letters.The scholar.. slowly repeated the I I all, in favor of ,

"Whatever are you driving at?" '.uN MK+ tinstl ewFU{l '

aid the,master, "What gave you I' tj t

that Idea" .. \,
You sir," said Jones. "You said 1'yesterday I ,
it was1 H to .
treal Stsr O.-I Talc a tip from the hundred of motor!*!* who participated la I

rather riding with 'his ion:i| these I..ts. Put Blue Sunoco up against any other gasoline m !

That's an attractive village we're, town by toting II right m your own car. Pror for yourself that I
coming to, wasn't It?"-Ex. I
II I II Blue Sunoco' lively. hlgh-ti action 1* unsurpassed vn

I by .xtra-prlcedgcuoUn.: Se. 11 you don't ogre that today :

DR. R. S. AIERS i j greatest value for your gasoline dollar U. Blue Sunoco.


Office noun a. m. to f )I. ..,
Sundays t U 11 yeas

Closed Saturdays rresk4...
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Free Parking Space I>r

1744 N. ,,,. 36TH.RT" MIAMI I a '
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NEW AUTOMATIC The lacs Federal lUwuch Corpora- The Units of time can were then Afir these mokxiits sad sufficient Table shows what them motor. i
Han atttmully kiemi fact.Badtag orgiaiwttoa Blted with this "Bjriterr a alOll..." time to compare tk* performance ol lets reported alter comparing Blue '
asked 1214 meta rids la 14 This unknown actor fuel WM Blue this uncolored Big S._ la their Roscoe ao,4bul M ether guollBes, 11
ROPER widely ..par.... dttM to ooombvte Roscoe with the color lot eat L W. ,OWl can igtlut the (uolia* they being.itr -priced. Furthwrnore, 89%
their serviced la leasing a 'yoIery 5yboH A Company, independent p.. had td previously, ROM IcdMil iaVMtlqatots oi the eitr*- rto d guolla seen
GAS RANGESSET o *olU."la their OWl oua. Flnt- -... trolMB iMtlaa antharlUM, checked called upon .Own and ob. stated that Blue Sunoco performed
teak oi each oar WM dread of the this ".""'rr ,MoliB" sod certified taliwd hell frank honest optakws of Utter than the higher-priced fuels
THE TIMER AND IT gasoline tt,had bees wiag that It WM ig 1 lu Blue Roscoe the .akaow* DIoIoI fuels they bad been "al.

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THE LEADER-YN.TIRPRISE Friday, Ap'ri12l 1931

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house at aeoei a* a bony mule Could 1 I epiritual manifevtanott (if you pravter hi that section took the hint and
MOMENTUMS travel there to admlnltter flnlaid i )1. that appeals to the human now steadily Msyes tins family a '
called by a different name heart of poor and rich alike It supply ", de. DB jU *V hear LltlleJ :
Pabiahed Fridays at HonNstead. .. in those day* There wen n< i i has been handed down to u* by of such a thing It .If marvelous.But tiKY'!' _
FU. by the death PX this 1 Is Homestead, remember.
hospitals nor ambulimSea. .And,i father to ion. from mother to Bird
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Cue and see \
hlllr.htl Look the world all over
inheritance whoM
U a man had to die at die drat daughter an
must, la di* time faithful hari dl i.I virtue I* not to be undereitlmatcd. it you can find a parallel -
BEST ARC-MR __. .. .__ t41&.r torrewWg neighbor smoothed At the Rev. Hugh Black said Told Us : f
and I I mention It, lest we forget, lestwe The lory of lift ;
ARCHER the other
his pillow and shaved and neglect what la curt by right'
AeeUte Edits: made tilt it to love, not to be loved; to five,
out coffin the needed.I'tn\aitll-Often The entire community Let tot recognlz our own.It a* a It quality will mean distinctively not to get; to serve, not to be I ............... r" t i' ....." .
I : hand In the '
Entered: a* second claw. maD was one Urge family, all I to v* a growth of nttmberv In- served; to be a Strong of need -that one girl In the tunrit tester .1
time ;;
aaa4tr March I. Itlt at the .o.. tympathhdng with all and ad. eluding com of the best of theearth dark to another In human ; pageant alt Sunday sees advantages { 1
office *l 11_"". Florida lIIIder'' ministering to human need who Amy cttuaHy come to to be a cup of .strength This In the old Roman cot-i i

tile act ef March I. 1171. Dance, hulking parties and lira I at, but about whom we thai forge .soul in a crisis of weakness of lite" And tum**. Awakening little Ute, ale|
I I the glory
ride. aa well a* universal Ihurmlitendince will la to know
"hoop of tteel'. which they limply draped the bed sheet i ove
St'B PRICE. ft. ,W A TEAR. were the diversions, I not be willing to break. Aba It this ia Homeiteada heritage her pajama and scooted over to j
I and everybody, even the aged par.I will be the mean of calling backto Legion Park to take her place in;
tlclpated. Homestead moat of her amiable Summer Session Begins the robed cait J
Table Manners I I Ala, that much of this friendly ton and daughter who in I Juice 14 at Tallahassee .?ee S

Following are 20 do'a and dont'aj spirit it ltd longer In evidence In thoughtlessness ct youth, seek -that the made-much-of 11'0

for young readers to remember the North. But, especially in this i greener pastures. Let u* cherish : Tallahaaaee. Apr. 1-Florida by maintenance department 'm-',
I. Be prompt. ,late day of greed and graft, even lIt more than any beloved savings State College 44th annual summer ployee on the reddens of School,f
i To avoid confusion pat dlthi I one'* near neighbor are unknown :account' session Will begin Monday Board Member W. H. Comb was j

by moving In only one direction It It any wonder that churches Let nk take for example something :June 14. according to an announcement a email emergency root repair Job;
3 Ute knife for cutting only; langulth? I that occurred lately Th today of S. A Doyle, regtttrar done without his knowledge while

never raise food to mouth with It. How It it here? Ask the Wring.en husband and father trf quite The session, to last\ tight he wa directing the removal of I
4)) Cut only wi* bin of meat .t who Art ever and anon homing family Of boy and {*ira died tud- I week. will MOte frIda,. Aug. .0 dead and Injured from the devaiL j
tome from your kite, ,among ot-coining hi ever m-' I rtenly They were left with rw I Complete Information on the summer tied Florida Key after tjie 19351,
8 Tan mH bite and tit slowly ,creasmf bombers etch year' :Ask 1 means of lupport With milk at ,I course, whfclI to-education Labor Day hurricane

and quietly them wIe1thtf to often return U cent per Quart-an Inhumanp1101 al, fa contained In summer school
e. Do not attempt to talk wit ,the second, third and later yeart' considering that milk U the catalogue Juit off the prM Approximately The ffesaos
food In mouth 'Ask them what M act I' > lodestone i great essential I lO the proper ; eight hundred fifty "I* Ink 10 very expensive. father -
7 Ask to have food patted rather upon them Some of them hourtihmerit of child'ren i person usually attend the turnmer '"
than reach In front of komeon. with wistful smile) will *eem bewildered -It wa Impossible (or those I, lellt n. "No dear, what make you think '
elm I It. and shake the head tignifytng youngsters to maintain their The rammer school at Florida W" ,
Never km toothpick at table' they ate at a lot to account \ rovnded cheek and roy appeartrrce State College offer opportunitiesfor Veil. mother teem quite disturbed
Or before anyone. I I for It But the majority of But good angel came m regular college work leading because I spilled some oh '

t fill cup or glass only three- throes queattoned will diva you the form of a young mother who' toward a degree college eou'rlelfor the hall. carpet."-Ex. .. "
fourth full. I hand and with almost a tearful, has a beautiful boy of her own teacher who with to satisfy _
10 Unfold and fold napkin In I I voice explain. "ft It the friendliness and lived let than a mite away the itat*' certificate requirement, L y : 11011ll( Itl i'f' '
lap of the reitdent." friendlf- this charming and thoughtful and 'IT''duate'work for thoM who
II. Remove spoon from tup o'' neti that It not an Imitation, for j woWiah noticed U and tent them I wish to continue their work beyond -

glut when drinking I I i nothing I* more difficult to ...j milk from her pretty Jersey cow.' the bachelor degree come in :
12. When eating soup dip\ lwey;:
warmth of
fume, a genuine
Then what happened? (bid it Just I
tide of
from and tip
heart I tit Qetftdatio
more dam fca.
'You for
spoon gently J happen or wan ft one of the many; often cook much ,
t!. Keep month doted while this It Homestead heritage work of the Holy Spirit through'I II' dinner than we use, darling"
I I. real Interest In one'* acquaintknce I "Of counel If I dldn,how could new
chewing 14 Sit erect at table and friend which take I'His one and only channel of a.- I economize'' by making left-over

form( m an Indefinable call, a ttontl The milk man delivering' dlaheif -X .
19 Never place hand over tot p : :
of flat while II.llnlt. ;
ia Never drink from' saucer :I

17 Never spread bread or bltcul !

with a fork. "-"cb r f' _rRrrssr.a era.tat'd' .
(I, Take most bread with hand r
19 Never cram your'mouth full. "beep.o -
20. The meal hour tttould be one
of the happiest time Of the day. NORGEdRollator
to talk about cheerful things-Th
Progressive Farmer
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By no U.1.r Bate rgeratoj

When the boys and girls of'

Homestead drive through hl.tork'i t
rock ribbed New at the tI
Enlland. I tI
Ine stably will, tome as. 3i
thewill be lost r wonderrnenit I 4wpa

thlngi the height and maJf .
two -
'tir beauty of her hill. and UM .,.,.,--... t--..;--' _....:#..... ....- ...........
th isandt of miles of her atom SILVER :' -. ,
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walls surrounding fields and pat hIrons Spa/KGs ... 'fo1 -" J FASNA"'
turf >. AUMN i i Pdo. eDA'i .,..;.. ,;I Yistroxs oasfmt
,NEVER SffOfSS rah IMrteNArONAsArraACr ..... 6f 'I SII/lAqIlA11'
How could the farmer ever .. !a
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get time to build time walh"they gAteA71 R ---':"': ::"' GlASS C170M
It was rx ed t S.
will exsM
% largeb f/NDER ANrf 4 _. Bons, _
n co-operative, ( nelghborlj t+/ SPR/NO eCAVtAM
accomplishment of. txchimrfln))
work Neighbor Jones would rigs I AT' '-

before daybreak gel the chore SILVER rtenofta.sfjunst "A,
done and eat breakfast Vf candlelight 1.n fofeerouff

then All hand ready" was .
the word, and with hit hired' men ,;, :.1: :

(engaged ana' paid by the season),. M ga .
and two or three yoke of cattle '. M ;
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they were off to the "laying: bee" 'i"J! A "
at Neighbor Brown's farm per- d ? : 1

hap several mile distant o( 1
maybe up the rough road a 'few I I .
R Again Nor" Leads
hundred rod t f'S
Some bright reader will till I 'S'ethe itfrA ertfo)

what this ha to do with Home- \, that t* taming )a tehA-
*tod'l heritage Just this: Home.
; wtti
I tray rtfrigerator -
stead wa In the same delightful: 1.-- that keep
''pWhetr stage. less than 40 years; I nOUDA WONDER I
ago, wtttcn New mjlahd experienced I
175 to 2541 years ago. lverr-I NTEfcrUtrtNALlY FAMOUS! to s times longertbpsughJor "

body"was "poor"-lhat to I r tMUpci Atui'U lend
'Without large rneah. ad had the:' SILVER spins WhurWble Flo-: aaMeround.; Looking througn Acs gttss\ I higher humidity
+democratic spirit! and were ready: I I[ Ida phenomenon, U now a "Mecca" for bottom boats fascinated' visitors never

tend glad to give and take and,* tourists! from all over the globe. Chat teaao to mar+el at .th* strange vnder $I.50 DOWN

there was a beautiful and universal 1 crowds daily flock lo this outstanding ;water bights, and' thousands repeat) PAYMENT
account of these primitive
courtesy conditions.on attraction to view the mighty gultcrra- their visits many times from rear to

I bean river gushing up from Cavernous year to View the constantly ehatjlnf
Was young mother Mr* Aunt White LucInda an expectant depths with a mtilmum flow of 900( ( ,. spectacle Other features of unusual key Mohihfy 'a"n\.ft"\ i

an about it' knew all about.verytflna. I 000.000 gallons bf water bee dar to ftrm' interest here are the Florida'' Replil)

.knew and -there were no I Silver Sprints RnIt. It Is one of the f4tr bet.itate. where potsonottg makes ararnilked

telephones I1* those days to convey streams of the hustle havigkbl to ItS 0 l their venom, each Sunday; Redkiancee1)
the Intelligence either The Word I very gourc*. Around ita foun b\-head. the Jungle Cruisewhich Uket visitors f
obatetrtca was not votned! but approximately A million dollars have many stiles down the picturesque river *Utow )H. b**** An.
bibles were taken ears of In the been expended: in improvements to mod the 4aInt8rMml'- Intltan Villager
age-old manner with plenty of I, grounds and balMiat Modern> .I<< *ri-ev. Oat Indians ai't to b* Mwff4ftMob. IIOMISTCAB.OT notlD..Page

eon soap and red flannel Did trteallf tfrtvtn flaia,-bttttom boat ,ljrot ... fit 111W "bthl lOitttfn.e,' Bor.Muse' .
Neighbor Smith break I'" OrOtt r the- inrror4ik sulfite W the *rtrt- bf M It".U '...t'th. woadtYir

gored" by a bull, fediduhOreert tall ar hut wltHh Htoiln at ka lvikU i drilpg! bas Mtlj.hnW this tRlotda9
and hh! Wife tttrtnda, or I 3e11lperitnili of fa degltat i >oUr ;' ..!'ft*aUo.cti(D."; '
alelertileentrrsa, ye i+I4"P" 'M.ilia. t .


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to Better Community I,


:" deed we do, each action of our daily lives exerts a

definite influence on the life of the community. Thus our

acts may serve as a beacon light, sending forth in the

,r. world rays that will aid in guiding into this community .:

ships loaded with the good things of every port in the ,


Be a booster for Homestead and the enterprises which ,

. ., : are related to this section .Herald to the worltj the many \

.*>*:_. ", .advantages. to be gained through living he re. Then we all, '.. '. .

will be doing our part toward making, this. a better come ... t

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George W. Turner, Jr, of the Turner funeral Horns, Retiring from the brokerage business in New York
loons of Homestead' strongest booster and interesting City on account of bis health, H. A. Cameron, prominent
indeed .Is the story of the Turner family, lour generation South Dade County real estate nun, came to Homestead
of which are now Jiving within a distance at tour miles In September, 1920, to buy a grove and make bit home.However 1
in Mi district \ '. ; after arriving here and surveying general business f
.. :' conditions In this area, Mr. Cameron decided to give
George W. Turner Sr., lint came to Florida twenty '.
up "his original plans and enter the real estate business
one years ago to purchase a grove. Moving here from Baltimore 1
with which be has been closely Iden.it1e4nee that time.Finding .
It was only a twist of fate that brought him to I
Florida Instead of Texas, the Hoods of that period deciding It almost Impossible to secure proper nccommodatkuu .
him against, the Texas venture. He purchased 40 acres, for himself and his family, Mr. Cameron made t
of grove lands, part of aa old. homestead,on which be and' plans to oonslruct his own home and In 1U he built the
Mr.Turner UU reside .." house in whicb, they now live..
George Turner, Jr., selling out his business Inter- The first year M Mr. Cameron states,he gained practically -
eits In Baltimore moved herewith his family in October, nothing but exeprience: and knowledge of the real
1920, and established his. present business in 1928, at$ r estate situation ot this section. His total profits for that
which time Herbert W Turner,his son,became associated: l yams were f 75.00. However, his close Rudy of land and
with him. Herbert Turner attended ItedUitd High real estate problems has made him one of the outstanding
School before taking his. training which led to his becom- realtiestate expert in South Cede County art this
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The Following Leading Homestead Boosters Stand Ready to ServeYou


Homestead Business J. W. Maginnis I Rcdland Appliance South Dade Farms, Inc.
I College Homestead Representative - 61 First National Bank 81d,.
First Salinas (Beak Building CtocinUx BcMgeratera ,


Sid L Kendrick, Turner Funeral Home Jeffrey Lumber Co. JJrooker Lumber Co.
and [ M-honr AnbiUnre Service! ,
J. )I. Scarborough rhene .,4.. Phone n rhooe till

II. A. Cameron Alpine Grove Dairy Central Service Station .
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.\ ESTATE O. B. PARKER Prep. .
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Apr. 4 Morals
f! Remembering Jesus Christ '
boemito of the cord* iper.

Evening Mnnom "Tbe
Great Invitation.'
appliance that will ease A nation-wide demonstration
f Apr. 7 Prayer service eab.l
the burden of household tub are
and contest Jed "Intercessory Prayer.*
I essay was recently ono
within the reach of the farm housewife -
whether or not electric current [ nounced by the Pontiac Division
has been mude available, are I of General Motors offering a* CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHUKCg]

now. on display at the showrooms prizes five new 1937 Pontiac auto. i i'I' Apr. I Leoson we rnwa

of Redlind Appliance, 20S N c ,d yl '''I' mobile and 90 valuable cash i topic: Unreality'.

Krome avenue Homestead awards
A complete line of electric refrigerators I Everyone it invited to enter the' CHURCH

and washers powered contest\ -the only requirement : Morning
Apr. message
with gasoline motor along with I being each contestant first tike a "The Great Pyramid" by nr j
brief demonstration ride In new !
other electric appliance for the a A. M. Vlvlea of Philadelphia ;
I Pontiac and then write In 100
rural home are fhown. I I.I.i (The Great Pyramid has bees|
words or less "Why 1 think the
"Farm housewives are Just aa i, of deed Interest t. follower]
1937 Pontiac I I. 'America's Finest
keenly Interfiled In household conveniences I i of prophecy for many yejr)f
i Low-Priced Car'. Official entry
perhaps more to than I EnlllD81 "The La
city homemakers" said R. H Done, blanks upon which the essay gsuwe of a ,Deck ft,.Cards.*!
I must be written can be obtainedat
manager of Redland Appliance, I Beginning Apr. t, all evening
Preston B. Bird Motor Co., 1 S.
and manufacturer now realize Krome I services will begin at.( p. I
that they want the tame equipment avenue.In Instead of ':30. f
j that a taken for granted in city I making the local announcement 1 Apr. T Bible study.l .
homes With the upturn In Income BaJa or shine, the new braking system of the 1917 Ford V-l hold the ear of the contest Mr. Bird laid j -- -
and the unusual Interest that permanently sac 48% grade. This photograph, takes daring some el themeant I that complete preparation have l CARD OF THANKS
unusual weather thaws a dealer explaining MM of the importantfeatures
ii manifested In rural electrification of the brake assembly, the cable and oondilt control which a* I been made to take care of everyone We wish to take this opportuni
farm women are now alive to engineers point oat, afford "the safety of steel from pedal to wberL In the city who enters the to thank our friend for the kindness
the benefit! of appliances that brake demonstration ramps similar U the above an wood by Ford dealersto I contest"There
of the braking and sympathy shown u* I
graphically show the effectiveness and dependability new
they had heretofore thought impossible System M welt M the VMTiog mechanical feature of these self- I Ino reason why at our recent bereavement.
to own."Probably enorgUing brake*. least one of these fine prizes whichare Mr II. E. Schhumac

no other appliance being offered by Pontiac Motors Mrs. Alma Goodson

are more desired by the farm woman cannot be won by a resident Carl Schumacher.
than a washer and a refrige housewives art enthusiastic about'1 115 Minutes of Music of this city," laid Mr. Bird. "The

rator. For this reason the Norge dessert-making possibilities. Without To Precede Revivals people here are just a* mart II LEGAL NOTICE

factory has given a lot of attention electric refrigeration It hat I they are anywhere else and can

to the development of these property write a* good, and, I believe, I CALL roD run
been almost impossible to A 15-mlnuta of sacred >..... Wdo will ... roo.| by Uu f.Kfof
appliance, and now produce a I I program little better essay on the subject Homestead for UM rollewtiit amnUUa
self-powered Rollator refrigerator serve Ice cream, In spite of the I music by the Rev. H. B. Calver, of why they think 1937 Pontiac and grades at fuel u4 horkxln* olkvsooollo.
tact that all ingredient and InraoMM which will b> r*.
necessary versatile evangelist of Portsmouth, I I. 'America' Finest LowPricedCar .
and washer for rural home that oulml br the ...- dnwrtiMOU o< mud
do n6t yet have electric current, were at their fingertip Now, 0., will precede the nightly revival ,' than almost anyone else In city peer a borlos of twelve Month .
however, with electric refrigeration Tee hundred toou oo. ItoO.OOOl gotfast
services at 7:30: which he will initiate
both of which can be quickly con- country. ... or dlnllloto tunable! for ,..1. InHT
verted to AC operation when high it I Ia a simple matter to serve Sunday at the Homestead "Our tale staff will be on handevery .....,......1'. four-mu Dhwt sdnm
delicious frozen desserts on short Church of the Nazarene announced ..I ..4reoI fifty ((7M| smUora Librt.OBtlnc .
lire service U Initalled. The mo- day until the contest close o4l for obov. headed
.. notice. Few people realize the the Rev. W. J. Parker, pastor of ( solloM hibrfaoUnf Iior-m aid
tor-generator that supplies the current at midnight May 31, to help with UM
problem of having really told the Church, this Vreek. .... A. E. M, ll.. UmuW 15.adk
can be Installed a* far away drinking water the farm durIng question and fact about the Pon. mattes voooIlM, OM ......, (log) '

M 300 feet from the house, eitherIn on The musical program will\ Include tlac car. We have set aside a ions k_...
warm weather; it mean end- Vocal, piano, guitar, The pineal fork .. to ho...rll nol I. Uok.tor .
the barn or In a ipeaUil iheltcr. lees pumping, and if a supply i* accordion number of new demonstrators to lots oo W E:. C ....1.* ant to r f.: C
Enough current I* generated topor and other Instrumental num- that everyone can have t ride wets pump Duties lo Mooiooto, fit
kept In the kitchen,.It will become The soiolloo. Dke" horfcofln oil, luhrbootlos
bers all by Mr. Carver. Afterward
In addition to the rtfrlgerm- w.rm.nd unpalatable within and there I Is an Adequate supply of oil rt tn.k..nd euo. oo4 V i J
tor. washing a he will draw crayon picture the to bo ..ollroN4 os II.U
I machine lightingequipment ; contest blank which must be ease suckled
few minute Plenty of Ice cube, representing certain hymn and and mow pleat. hi H_..... ,)
or other IPPUIIICII."Refrlaer.tlon (available at all time with an elecjrlrlc filled out and used for the essay byevery All bUb gone .. lo the hooo o< dot tKy
for rural home i deliver his srmorvAll person competing."I'd dark. by I o. .,. April IS, wMck. h bo
refrigerator, and the fact that are invited to attend the "how cad dates wolek said bleb will taopoooi
present a somewhat different storage -(she has cold sparkling water alway like to tee all the peopleof br ".. nip _tL
services, Mr Parker said _. ,
SF and r d 1M Nty .n.
problem from that required hy I on hand have don more this city Who could use a rew GORDON IVIT. riirebooliisU A
the city housewife. Very often It}than anything else to bring genuine Pontiac or one of those cash prizes i. *, It
1* necessary to store large qquanti- satisfaction to the farm wo VISIT MBS. nCKAKD come to our salesroom, enter

ties of dairy product and fresh I man. Mrs J. R. Done,, head of the their name, take I demonstration
meat, and we have taken this into "Wash primary department of the Baptist and turn in their essay" J. T. TOMERLIN
day too, take on I different
consideration In designing our i meaning when gasoline- Sunday school!, on Easter Sunday TRANSFER
rural model. Over even and one took two primary classes to call
powered washer used. It U no
half feet of storage space, with removable longer nece..arylo reserve all day on Mr. Catherine Pickard who I* Turner's Funeral Home UCCE8SOI TO L C. MUiFBT
helve provide adequate confined to her home. Mr*. M. P.
Monday, and sometime Tuesdayto U.n* AMBULANCK SERVICE Freight Dirt, Hood Sharing,
storage for the lver".JAnn '' Walker and F. L. Mcllwaln assisted I
to the family wash; and the
home. i long hour of back-and-splrit- Mr*. Dorsey. Lady Attendant Eta Hauled I. I
"Thirteen and one half pound breaking labor are over. Cleaner
i Phone II4-R Homestead ., J
I Call S1S-R Homestead
of Ice can be frown. The convenience I I whiter clothes are washed t.nd I Want Ads Pay-Try Them 1

of constant day and night fraction of the former effort, ,

refrigeration and the fact that Ilea I b no wonder that electric wash 9111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111/ "III"III""""1111I11111111I11"
fit always available arc moot keenly are high on- the list of wanted "1111I"mi"""1111""11I1111I11I11I11I11I11"lull 11Ill ill!'.

appreciated by the rural housekeeper I" for the farm home. The '

particularly since the problem .__ and refrigerator alone have

of obtaining and storing Ice I* the housekeeping The Par :

much more serious in the country.We !chore of tada,'* farm women" II an.Lehmap I|

have found, too, that farm Mr. Done concluded. :

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Can Sealers 1 1-


Ii IiI I Announces: I.

and CansOur =5 Ha

| That the facilities for the marketing of Mangos, 1=

sanitfrjrppen top Continental cans are I ill Persian Limes and Avocados will be available to J

*. ideal for home canning. For many years the | l the Redland district growers this year the same |

of home
majority canners have preferred our .
because uniform !jj as in the past. if
cans they are accurate, dependable
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| A new progressive method of marketing | :
Sanitary open top cans require a can

We recommend the Burpee Simplex Sealer be- I I g limes .will be inaugurated by June 1. It, is H

cause it is simple lo operate and does not get _1 our opinion that we will be able to return the I

out of order easily. H growers ==

We carry a (..IIUne sanitary cans in. both j
50 % More Than
by Former MethodsParlch E5
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OehkoshMedical: Clink, with J'rInk end Clifton .LWhlcher7 and aunt Mr.. and Mra...R. W. Meals \ '
Mn Otnfortll and their ten, Bar Uondr Htor their I lint. ti 'J

old who spent the week-end with hornet |Q Merlden. Coon. They \I! II
In and JlroundHomestead Mr. and Mn Henry Carter ton were accompanied by Wm. C. The Ladle*' Aid Society of the I :
Monday for their home In OshKosh Birdsey who rtturn-to ClInton- I Community Church will' meet at p t
Will. Dr. Danforth It a ville. the home of Mrs. S. S. Shields at \
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brother of Mrs. Carter-not a. ton I 'clock Wednesday. .
The Ladle Aid of the Oommu. I
a* was bye -error ..tUUdin this I --
last week.FLORIDA. pity Church will give its annual! "
paper E. Bartholomew and Mr* Valentine ;
I country fair at the city hall FrI- I left Wednesday for their .
day evening, April t. Mrs. S, S.
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I home In Norford, Conn. Theywill'
Shields It chairman of the Committee I
Wm. Port of Washington, D. fore going to their home in the CITY In charge of the event .I atop In Bradenton> to visit ;J,I

C., pent a few days with hit .north. Mrs,,.W. W StTery! ComspwaVsrtMr .loh. -- I friends. ._- ,
father and mother, the Rev. and. I Hugh and Wm. Lamb .
Mn. John Porte of Red lnd. Mr. and Mrt. fngvald Blrk of Xestinncr who pent left Tuesday for Webster, Flo. Mrt H. Derbyshire afternoon at :
at bridge Wednesday
--., Miami, their eon Tommy, tin winter with her Utter,
Penning Johnson will leave this her home on Tenth street Mrs.L .
Mr. and.Mn. Henry Nerver of their son-in-law and daughter, Boyd Cohornour and Mn
week for his home in Kansas Freeman, Mra. Anna Beer and I
Holland, N. Y., and Miami were Mn Everett Boyce, and their Dendy, left for her home in MI'I'I City
after a ten-day visit with hit uncle Mr David Snow.
Easter guettt of Mr. and Mn A. daughter, Joan were Sunday, burg, W. Va.. Friday.
J. Van Matter. Other recent visitors at the Grant Mahan home,
caller at the Van Marter home on West Bauer drive.. Mn Robert Qulnlf of ,
have been Mn. Wlegaud and her ,and her two daughters who are':
mother frqm Ithaca N. V, Mrt. Mn. J. N. Byrum and Mia Cora l spending the winter In Miami,I

Lacey of PitUburg, Pa.. and At- Byrum who am vetting .Mr*. By-"were Tuesday visitor of Mra Jean I Only 15c Day MoreOVER
torney Lyman Breece and hit rum's ton and daughter-in-law, Schutt. a

father and mother from Elmira, Mr. and Mn J. R. Byrum, are 1
N. Y., and Miami. week-end guests of Mrs J. J. L. Mr. and Mr Dan Haberlandt .
rhilllpt! In Coral Cablet. and eon of New Jersey who art ( THE LOWER-PRICED THREE)

Prof. M. Victor R. Mullin and visiting relatives In Miami, were 1
M. Charboneam botanists from A baby boy weighing nine and week-end guest In Florida City I
of Montreal, Cana. one-halt pounds was born to Mr. Mn. HubeMandt to the former
the University
da, were recent visitors to Royal and Mrs W. M;,Tlaahonka on Miff Ollie Robertson.An I PONTIAC
Palm State Park. Dr. and Mn. March 27 at the Post Graduatehospital. I Buys a
R. S. Stauffer and ton, of Hageri- They have named him eight-pound ton was born
Walter Davta.Mrt to Mr. and Mrt Heavner of Flor-i
town, Md., left today after spending -
ida City, on March 25 at the PostGraduate : ,
several days as guests at the
Ida Corday IS In the PostGraduate hospital
lodge while they studied
chartered hospital for medical PONTIAC DELIVERED
birds. Yesterday they treatment. Mrt Rny Goodmg was taken to ,
a boat and went to Cape Sable.
;;;; the Kendall hospital Monday aerloiuly -I CASH PRICES
I The Rev. an Howard Fieldof Ill with pneumonia. Her '
Mr. and Mn. Fred Reeder and
Lake Mary arrived Monday to condition la reported to be slightly i,
Mn. Alice Gilbert and ton, Wayne,
upend two weeks with Mr. Field's Improved.Mr. .
of Montlcello, Ind., who are spend. parent, Mr. and Mrs Carl A. Coupe . . _ 835.00
Ing the winter at Park: View Beach Field. and Mrt. J. H. Gott and ton,

were guests of Mr. and Mn. HarryD. Paul, left for Danla after a two- 2 door Sedan _ 890.00
Wolfe Sunday. ; M... Irma. Hall and daughter week stay here.

Vernon O. -Leach of' Chicago I Irene, are visiting Mn Hall't sister door Sedan _ 930.00
', Mn O. CRadford.Mn. Mrt. Martha Pertontk hat returned -
spent Friday here with hit broth door Sedan.
I' 2 Touring 905.00
Mr.! Margaret to Florida City after a four. .
In-law and sister, and Mn. Usher and Mn
Ben Archer. Mr. Leach came to Cora Kennedy who have been here week stay in Miami. 4 door Touring Sedan. 955.00

Miami Monday when hit daughter, visiting their brother-in-law and Frank Fontlne who farmed here

Patsy, underwent an emergency sister, Mr. and Mn. L. A. Wise, thlt winter left Monday for Lowell -

operation for appendicitis. left yesterday for their home In M.... .J

Hephzlbah,'Ga. Mn. Vera" Sum- .
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Mn, A.. 0 Cain hat been III merlin accompanied them aa far Mr. and Mn. Clyde Simpson! Now < "

*lth influenza since Saturday at Daytona Beach. left Tuesday for Erie, Tenn. BUICK DELIVERED :,
(Mn. M. D. Jacobten wa. taken Thelma Chlnnen; six-year-old Mayor and Mrs M. Silvermann I CASH PRICES2door )I
ill of Influents Sunday and it itlll
ntertained the following guests
daughter of Mn. Tracy Chlnners, '
confined to her bed. hat recovered from a severe attack at dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrt S

,Paul Loaner hat been unable to of tonilUtlt.Mn. Silverman and ton, Ronnie, of Sedan 1075.00 ;
Miami, Mr and Mn Eddie Silver . .
to ,
at Jilt work In the First National
Fred Whiting who has man of Miami Beach, Mrt. Ida :
Bank of Homestead since Tuesday 4 door Sedan . . 1095.00
been ill for tome time hat been Fisher of Chicago, Mr. and Mn. S. "
because of attack of in
a severe
fluenza. confined to her bed this week. Silverman and IOn and daughter 2 door Touring Sedan. 1095.00
of Brooklyn, Mrt Helen and Janet
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Mr. and Mn. W. D. Coker and
Mr. H. H. Ewing; went to Miami Jacobiteln of Louisville, and Joe i 4 door Touring Sedan. 1135.00
Mr. and Mrs J. T. Martin, their .
to. few Bataon of Chicago. I
yesterday a
I daughter, Nellie Mae 'and ton iI
with friends. !
claY'j Elmer, visited Mr. and Mn J, I.

Wilbur M. Bradley; and I Coker In South Miami on Easter NEWT G. BALL '

ter, Mist Mary Bradley of Wood- I Sunday A picnic dinner was a
bury, Conn, who have been feature of the visit Rotary P.M.e

spending the winter In Homestead, Mitt Nelli Sault It 111 trill week. FLEE 1Jf8tm&NCI ANDWINDRRD
left Jut week for a week't fishingat IJXE8M .

Bradenton.Beach They will CORRECTION .. KIMM Ae.If .
stay a month"in I Deland also be-! Dr. Q. H. Danforth, bead of the i




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i 41k..ea MOST folks fgan their boas It tgalast sun, wlod tad wt.haf-

their mo*valuable possession... protection thai will lM foe yean

pride la giving k the Weary .after cheap paint bat chipped
) iJlakl protKtioa thai a real boat cracked traded >p rod died. Ana I

ll will coat you less,U the tad.It .
loan that kind of folks, I log west M be proud of your/, ;

thick ro.1I want By kind house some--cad speed the coal of... Wil "YoU.UYTtli

f paint when there's repainting to punting, foe years lo come .t a ***{
Sta4.rd ....... For +'
t be dooe-mr free color card from my tuihor. "*.. ,
. 59 YOU. I'" bs a making It BOW bed dealer today and lake ad.Itoaa .... .It nay be tua to "take a chance"-but ..

-- a tpwial formula so that llnslsn tags of his.sped offer oa my why (amble! when roe buy razor bladed t r Y

I t I alt,noise air, bo toe and Davis Sanded Heave Paint. Probak Jr.telling 4 fcr 101. I Is a double- I mi
sadden tad. hat new failed to edge blade of known quality made by the V. 1'

Uv *p to mi promlMvKM I. ,2 1 i' I world' target product of tarot blade -I. ,or{ j.

, $$ *'* that promise A prettier I, 'I ,. J Automatically ground,boned and stropped < I n 6
I .by a special tildes over the tender, tat
i e Job-it% *> tO% snore cowagepw a' v
f .galloa-end real protection THE HJ B. DAVIS Cft 'spots without pallor briUUoo.Buy I>robk\\ "' "

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Page"" Efrfit '-THE LEADER.EhT'T'ERPRISE Friday, April 2,193T.

Thompaoo, Louise Yatee, Madeline some of the most progressive. years A. K tJlne. Do you know the

Redlan'd'R tt1er Odom, Edward Burr, Dan 1% ItsfntBtMfc are Just_II'OUnd' I orlgliijN a d4|; of cards cots

11Th Rogers.The eleventh and twelfth grade dilution'; : hobby fa flails know .\hf pieanlna of in', i Isjng;

By 8UUXIT RARENESS honor rolls will be published next tate, he stated. He la a member queen jack, ten-spot, etc? Dd

\ "__ ......"M... week, o< the Masonic; or HONOR ROLL Kathleen Wagner Webster WU- District Chamber of Comment a/string' fascination? Do you,

j First grade high ZdmundWright I hams, low, Margaret SUllmao ObmmerceTo nod the Dade. County Chamber of 'know What the Joker represent?

$. Ray Knaus Harry Hampton Ulric Vlhlen, Karl Greet. Kenneth TURNER A special message pq." 1te. .aine"

Billy Scott, Melvyn Davis,I MaSixth Preach on Language guage of p Deck of Card*" will be
Mary Lou Harris, Ruth Olive
(Continued From Page Five.ling presented at the ,
Knaus, Marie Kufeldt, Julia Ann grade: high, Charles a Un/ed embalmer and funeral Of Deck of Cards SundayDe
Lee Donna Fay McCuUough, Andrew Sweating, WUHs Vtck, Vida Clarke, director. Methodist Church Sunday night
Benson, Uura Ann Hodge; Walter Kufeldt, Billy Spears;; low, Both Mr. Turner and hip son you know the language of A cordial Invitation I is extendedto
low Zarl Walker Bob CarrtttS facie Mu.ha1f./ [ Campbell. have beerrcloavly identified with ft deck of cards asks the Rev A. all. e
.oond grade: high. V. A Kennedy : Belly Gultendin Margery Murray civic affairs of all kinds. The n
Dorothy Davit, Sarah Vlb- Vera Sage Wilson PeppeU, Turner Funeral Hume girls soft
len Billy Clarke, Edward Pye, Francis' Frothtrtt Barbara Wildamn -', bell team was champion of the dl..
Athol Smith Grace slurry, Ruth Met to 11135. Mr Turner la a
Engle Margaret Oaby Miriam Seventh grade: high Marie member of the Badlands District Baby Chicks .
Holmes, Betty Lett Barbara Bob.lason. -' Bashor, Leja Ball Jeanette Cox: Chamber of Commerce, Masonic
:. Vlrgini Wallace: low Evelyn Mary Lola Durret. low, Eva Boa- Order Woodmen of the World ... ..
r s aIDIIIE"r Silk Helen borough Merle Lett, Dora Scott, Lions Glut Eastern Star directorof Poultry Supplies .
,I BouoJa. Gertrude Odom, Alice Wysong, the Fin\ Federal Savings and
Third grade high Etheleen H. A. Amen King Clarke, Blair Loan AsaociaUori of Homestead .
Penney, Marilyn Lee Tied Jen1 Hlckson Lee Gladden Mildred and a director- of the Homestead Happy Feeds -
1 kins, Frank Shepard Helen Dent, Clenney, Gertrude Odom. Building arid xL an. Herbert
I Emma Engle Bertha Flagg Peggy Eighth grade: high, Lillian Andrews Turner la f member of the Rotary 'I
Garrett Esther Kufeldt: Dzell Mary Engel Henry Dixon Club and( Odd Fellows, Mrs.
Kirkman, Betty Joy Lee Charlotte I Harold Delaney Louis Wane,Taylor Herbert Turner is t member of the Regular weekly hatches of all
I Murrnv. Wanda Miller Catherine Spears, George Kufeldt; low, Junior Woman's Club and the leading breeds of chicks. New
I Shackelford, Barbara Jean Soper Dorothy Alldndge Wanda Sickle Eastern Star. Herbert W. Turner lot every Wednesday. See themat
i Anne. Laurie Stewart, Lenora Rollin Wilson, Rex Romlne Gra- junior the fourth living generation -
r Williams Gloria Woodruff; low, I ham McElroy. I of this family and quite our store.
I Buford Freeman Ruth Wright Ninth grade: high Amma Sor- the moat Important made hit arrival a
f' Lois Odom. James Campbell Carol tcll, Phyllis Bell. Wilma Thomp- I In February and the Turners Electric brooders, feeders,
l, line Garfney Dorothy Poppell I ion. Phyllis Jenion, William Gau- can now boast of four generations watering etc.
f Bruce Wagner tier; low Naomi Home, Mollie of Homeatead boosters
Fourth grade high Leonard i Walker Marie Nelll Corrine'Cash Two completely equipped Buick
Dent. Louis Gaby Verdle Cow Lillian Bennett Valerie Campbell ambulances and a large modern Start your chicks off right
[. man. Edith Hampton Alice Kirk Marie Borgardt, Idena Cooke hearse make up the equipment of with Happy Feeds. We have a
Nell Lloyd; low, Philip Benson, Merle January Irene Jackson the company Ambulance serviceis
Melton rye, Beverly Burkhart, Kathleen Ross, Charles Burr, How- given twenty-four hour of theday complete line.
Melba Collins. Charles Chamber, I ard CrouM, Junes Daniel I and the many errands of
Joeblll Du Mond J. S. Griffin, : Tenth grade: high Margaret 'mercy made by members of this
Junior King Donald Searcy Betty Griffin Alma! Jane Llndgren company la past yean undoubtedly -
AJWredfe, Katheleen Campbell, Emily Regal: :Beajaaun, Benson baa resulted In many lives Grantham'Seed Store
I. Lillian Chubbt Ann Hlckson, Carla George Schradar; low, Jean Garrett ,being saved.
Joyce Hobson, WlUeta Thompson. WUU. Bixjeyr\ B, C Jackson, Seitth FlatJer Arena )rhoae U Homes fifth grade; high, Johnnie Lee Catherine Bell, Marjorie Campbell CAMERONContinued
Andrews Anne Shackleford WIlma Landrum Wanita

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knowledge stood him in good stead '
THE HOME DEQORATOR 'during the."boom" daya when his : '
I office handled more transactionsof

w o. oav. COMPANY local rail estate deals than any Ate \.\tsoAVANcwarrRl.-: I
other company In this section. I

y CJ ld'. Room >. "Homestead" Is a wonderful lit
tle city, "Mr. Cameron said
'From the day we arrived here I
It Is perhaps nor* fila t*decorate
a little child nursery than anyother I have never had a minute of worryor
room In the houae. :Everything doubt about the future of thl.,1,
Is so dainty so colorful and bright area and have always been glad '
that its fun work wlth-at )** V
frafa; the *I1' it should be. that the Cameron farnlly threw in I'
The lad ten years have been very Its lot with that of the other real
kind to small humans. Their clothes dents of Homestead. True, we
have gone sensible their furniture
has been made to slsa, and have suffered times of depressionhere
buy It without spending lo-m"Jl: Just as other sections. of the

fortune If I were going to fashion a nursery country have,but In every Instance I SHERWIN-
oul of a smU room I'd de It this Homestead has come back: sjropger I -1
way,rile !. It .*( some "lIIIh'red than before an4 I predif '1bat\the I T 'iE
k and designs wallpaper it-the .washable With shudrWa klniat next four yean will b/years of I ; : W
lpapper, ofedurae.. And the good sound growth and prosperity!
woodwork would be a ware tlisten '
lag easy white on the enamel eyee., easy That to waahsMllly wu and fotthiaarea."It la my contention that land HtrY Wail Beauty that'i practical tool .

la a>lojMrtaat fee health*sake ant value have not yet found their
..........11.. true levels 'and we can expect a e There nothing quite like, J-\V Rot-Tone watt paint, In
uladqM-Sete U furniture mywlL spread glngham-tha would be red top tad of white siieapnad continued Increase In real estate sheer,velvet-smooth! beauty. "It's a perfect bocktl'Olflt/
1\ delight to fatah the paint Just plain whit eolton. prlota. TM MW'road to Key for kwmlHife/ end drapery,' soy Interior .e'\r
flow ofl Uw kruah and to.** Iba ml Of souses that Just one color West will bring added prosperity .
beauty of the furnitur* son te life scaene. But whatever eokm rachwea But that.',more than meets the eye In this beautiful pointFlaVToae '
-and thai, too wouW ie whIU with It la paint a.4 Color that tp all of us totals area. The idea]
red trta. There wotudbe mlly dote trick ts giving Is Uvitreahnaas ,temperature and elevation we enr ..Ib.. easily. Just vie soap and :
1 shelves somed the eeom- oidthey'd and blight ohaerbMM that ,Joy fiere la excellent for the citrus water, is easy to apply Come !*our tore
toys and for books children k>v And they do tore It, end .
I bt painted wit* the too-Just a tacs red. 1TNere should be a vaah the will take, the blue ban or she wonderful strides ol progress1Honjeitead :
able eelorfal rut .s) the loot brown one- tfs, |be Wue cote every Is Ideally situated andI '
and the tutted su/taJi W>d the say \IIDe. II'
cajnnot too strongly predict that
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bath. ..... KafraaUec,Protects the
; County soils. Insecticides; and fungicides carried in. a4Ue ow>.icaltf .... Susan
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stock and mixed as desired. year teeth U easily
demonstrated by you U your ewe home at out
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Social Events in South Dade :;. ', ,.:, :;:' : ] .' =I ;Lr.

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Mr*. Ceo E Petrel Was elected ''L.LL .;
pifesMent 6f the Redland Ladles'Aid -
toil Mlrlart' Martha Scott and Those who sent gifts were: Mrs.1 Society at a meeting held Announcement of the engagement served \ \ 1
Alfred Bradley ROgert Were married J. M. Gay, Mrs. H. D Wolfe Mrs March 29 at the home of Mr*. Writs ef Miss Grace field, eeugh.terof Present besides those named : ,
Easter Sunday at the home of H. Alien Mrs. 0.l C' Radford,Mr Jackson. Other officer elected Mr and Mn. L I. Field, end were' : Mill Ruth Tower Mill '
the bride on North Flagler avenue Floyd Py, Mrs. M t. Bailey, Mrs were: tint vice-president, Mrs.i Alton Home, son el Mr. and Mrs'I Frances Dabney Mia Helen More, '
by the Rev A. A. KowtSn, J a Pope, Mr*. W. D Coker and Fritz Jackson: IttOftd'tI."tpre A. C. Home was anode by Mr*. MIa Antoinette Mit,... Miss Little "
pastor of the Homestead Methodist Mill Mary McNelll.ATRIL (ident, Mrs H. J. Armstrong* set* Field et a surprise birthday party Brown Miss Dottle Home, Miss '
Church. The bride was reury, Mrs. T w. SUllman; treasurer which: she and another ef her Martha Close, Miss Thma Mc-
hi marriage by her FOOL PARTY IS daughters, Mill Helen, for
liven Mrs. Anna ttetseremlth. gave Mahan, Garland Wynn, Roland
J H Scott. Mill GIVEN AT HAINLIN HOME the bride-to-be at the home 6fMr
father Peggy Those present were: Mrs. M. A. : Tohron, Kermit Glbbt, Either
Allen was maid of honor and A hilarious' :April tool party was Baket, Mr.*. Geo W. Turner, it., *. A. 8 Moye Monday evening Wilder, John Hutto Ben Garrison,
Tommy Whitehead was the best given Wednesday night by the Mrs. Drew Mr*. ftobertvon, Mrs Mr. Horn* Is now on the U. AlVIn Bridge, Ernest Brtdfel,
men. young pteople union of the Gould C. flea Plummet,' Mr*. M. J1Brownlow. i S. S. Ranger at San Diego, CaL .I Harold Lwnpkin Dave Williams, i ii
The bride wore a white sharkskin Pentecostal Chureh- Mr*. StillmarA\ Mr*. Both indoor and outdoor games i Dense Carter and Dan Livingston
lull with White accessoriesand The members were Invited ,to Geo. W. Turner, Sr, Mrs Wayne: were played In art Later end .
a corsage of sweet peas, gladioli meet at the home M Mr. and Mrs Calkins, Mr, A. M. Vivien, Mr' hunt Mill Mary McNeill get ai i I -:....-
and forget-me-not The Bryan Rots but When they arrived Thomas Brewer Mrs. Maude prize for finding the lucky egg, I Mrs. Don Ferreyra, Mrs. John
bridesmaid wore a white and at the Ross home they were, Ivan*, Mrs. Armstrong Mrs. Deuri, and the honoree got a prize for I Scanelli and Mr*. Ferris Minnerly
emerald green frock cut bolero greeted by huge card bearingthe the hostess and the Rev C. O finding the most rggt. attended a meeting of the Home-
style with white accessories and word "April fool," The card Nelson. Cake candy and punch .re. makers': Club la Miami Monday
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Instructed them, however, to
a corsage of tweet pea and. gladioli go The next meeting will be held
to the home of Mr and Mrs O. A.
Apr. S at the home ef Mrs IvansMRS 0Pregll
The living room of the Scott
The Halnlln home, they found,
home, where the ceremony took was decorated with chicken feathers A. b. CAIN! IS

place, was decorated with palma HOSTESS
and feather dusters. Each guest AT BRIDGE!:
and flower Wedding cake
garden had to register With t pen whose Mrs A. O Cain gave a bridge
wine and grape juice were served stalk was a baseball. 1 bat. party last week at her home. Easter
after the marriage servee I
Impersonation et famous people lilies decorated the rooms and
Present betides those named
and various April fool ganfes In the refreshment course Ice: ?
were: Mrs. Scott, the bride's mother A-
provided entertainment cream Easter lilies were served 0
Mr. and Mrs L. J. Palmer and
Those present were:, Mr. and ,with cake. I Ice
Miss Smith.Miss /
daughter Betty Mary
Mrs Halnlln, Mr*. Elizabeth Cast Mrs. Floyd Fogle and Mrs, Rus- d
Ethal Bailey R. C. Brewer
and James Scott and Earl Scott, Miss Katherine Cast Misses Neva sell Home had the same high Icons 1 j CreamMade i
and Merle Lott, Misses Kathleen and two prizes were awarded Mrs.I I
brothers of the brideThe
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and Louisa Ross, Misses Margaret Stanley Wlttkop won We floating
her bride cam from to Homesteadwith Savannah and Elltabeth Hab its, Austin Lott, prize, j !.; '\. e..i

parents John Lewis, Roy Nelson, Donald _. .. ....... ...
Other present wereMVs.. P "' 0'
test She attended Savannah Albert ,.... ..... .
and Halnlln
j =.School and the Opportunity Hawk Bird Mr Curtis Monroe, Mr Daily = n..xv: :-'f 10 CIn
! Business School In Savannah 'NbA'f 11606L kkAs Gee: .... S ''nollclllOlM'rt.. J<. 8'1 :
WtbMr'It.. 'Gordon kvly-,
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, The bridegroom's forme* home POT Approximately' t.iJtK nl'nt a hundred members Georve( Rkuhte, Mrs Wm. Keely, MAXIMUM I UP
1 was in Wart, Texas He Mrs. Jowl J. Robinson Mi'*. It L. FOIL EVERY
of the Baptist Sunday School
tttenct-I I Walker, MY*. John Scarborough! MEMBER
ed Port Arthur High Bch
I attended potluck supper at the COMBS
Mr. J Paul Reynolds, Mr Ted OP THE
I In 1027 Joined the navy and served I Sunday school building Tuesday>> .
two four-year t mHe is ,I evening Scarborough end Mil Miriam FAMILYOwn

now connected l with the TIIjI\p- : Songs were sung o' and the Rev. Burton.
ton Construction; Company Oat. C A. Moberf, pastor of the Little th tvJl-,sit tlkSlof>
I tong Key j River Baptist Church, and Mr*. STUDY CLUB MEETS Store ",....rrlwo""rnrsrugin, nr
..tUdl the Ita... B! ,*, .
At present they are making their MebeVg sang. and played several wrrtt Miss LOBDELL I a yo.IUNO
, home with Mr. and Mrs Scott. I l.eltt.\lona. Other guests of the I Cittrent history of foreign Mun-t : $ SO
, A linen shower was given for I Sunday school were'Superintendent I tries and a' talk oW Mrs F.; D.'I HAIR BRUSH I

: the brtde by Mist Ethel Bailey at 1 Ch C Donna of the Little River -. RoowVeltt salary were topic dlicussMI web Ir'irwerlns briulserr.
, the ScCtt' home Wednesday evenIng Sunday School and Mr*. Dorris ; in the Study Club which -
i White and red flowers were T C Shackleftfrd, IlUp tintel'l- met with Mill. J nVrie Lobdeli

I Used decorate the rooms. dent of the Sunday school was hi ,Thursday afteifioon. '
I The Sifts In a red and white I charge of the party.Announcement Those eresenliiNvcrei: M...,Harry t j jU ,
I basket Were presented to the bride wa mftde that : Wolfe Mn R, J 'S'tfierd. | I LUNCII1EON
by little Betty Jean Palmer Mr. and Mrs Moberg will bVoacfc I Mr. W. D Bishop, WHfc I. M:,Nubbin -
Mrs Lea Poyser was in charge! cast from the WIOQ station at Mrs Vera Cottier and HOT OR COLD DISHES SERVED DAILY
ot the banter-a musical romance i I 8 o'clock Saturday1 ieadllr Mist tobdell: tht'l
, tnd organ finders swing which' 11 30 to 2:00
web Inspired by the popular song
, M the same name. After this the DR.B.KSTEBBINSReflslered I
l'uestlll'nade Woke Illustrated with -

I picture that showed what the ( Optometrist- 1} yean practice In Homestead) I THE DIXIE DRUG

s i bride and bridegroom. will be like We can now redder you the same services.In our HO'l""t<;;d I I
, ten yean from now. I office that pots may get irr cur Miami office*:Wis'hav t equipped ;
Sandwiches and punch were tout Homestead office wl'tt01' latrtt 6f frlktri"t11t'l\fa. sine it I : The Rexall Brig Store
served. I Arneson Orthoptofy with which we. NIt correct muccul) i 1m i
Present besides those named balance And ,halghten'etbnaed y \ Homestead, Florida
' were: Mrs Tracy Oilmen, Rooms I and 7, McCrory Arcade-Thurs, 5:00 p m to 8:00 p. m :
Sat4rt f ntghV-1-30 06 JO'W p. ht MSlrt Sfflcfi MitWi 1JM
Mr .]
Ruth Mrs Palmer *
Godwlni Associate I
W ruigler. air conditioned Phones 32313 and 27152
R. Mr Rich, Mb pr }
j a Hunter. T. | Dr L. W StebblnsIngnham 0
Mary Smith Miss Mae RediD, MM i, Bldg, wits ft, min omit 'R ojh lit, ph&s I In2
Peggy Allen, Miss Ruth Price.Betj j I : o. Associate, Dr. T. A. Stebbins- _
ty_Jean Fainter and Maud Rich i,",,- -- I

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_Page Ten -- THE LEA OER ENTFRPRiSR Friday, April 2, 1937 '



I birthday were celebratedat
I family reunion held Sunday
So i Events I Mr. and Mr*. Carl Field entertain Close Mr. and Mn L. M. Bridges,
at the home of Mr. and Mn G. I.
I *! friend at their home, 108 Mr and Mn. F. E. Moore Mr. and
Gault-those of Mn Ralph Moon,,
Mill Ellen Vann the Misses Anna N. W. Fourth tract, Tuesday Mrs Frank Webb, Mr. and Mr,'
I evening la hone of the twenty- W. R. Bird Mn. Arthur Dick Miss
and Dorothy Moon and Mr. Gault
fifth anniversary of their marriage Helen Field and Mill Grace Field.
MRS. D. E. BASHOR TO BE INSTALLED which come In March, and the;
which took in Butler
Gift received j
I birthdays of Misses Nellie Fay and I were from Mr. and
: REDLAND P.-T. A. PRESIDENT MAY 14 I Jane Moon which come In February P.. on March 20, 11112. They lived Mrs. N. G. Ball Mr. and Mr. I
In Pennsylvania until in 1921 Adolph Lange, Mr. and Mn. B. P.
-- when they moved to Homeitead. Webb. Mr. and Mn Frank Dwalti
Mn. D. E. Bashor of Gouldi was elected are Mn Casper William The table was decorated with 'j i
: Easter basket and other appro- Mr. and Mr*. Field received their and Dr. and Mn. E. J. Maberry,
vice-president; Mn Hugo Vlh
elected president of the RedlandP
In the living room which
priate Easter emblema.Covel'l guests
ten secretary. and Mrs M A
P A. at I meeting held In the Baker treasurer were laid for Mr. and wa attractively decorated with W. M. tf. CIRCLE THREE

school Mar. 2S. She succeeds Mn. gladioli and Easter lilies TO MEET l'I I
The officers will be Installed .t t Gault Dr. and Mr* A. J.
Mrs C. B. Elchenberger of Na- the next meeting, May 14, when a Colborn Mr. and Mr*. J. Ten The hostess waa charming In I W. M. U. Circle Three will meet '. j
mnja who I II completing her second fathers' day program will be given Vann, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mow wine colored silk gown with acorsage at the home of Mn G L. We t''"

term Mr Dasher has served M and a tuberculosis prevention film the Mine Katharine and Elton of gladioli Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock for;,
ice-president and cafeteria chairman will be shown. This programwtll Vann, Mine Myrtle, Anna Mary Wedding cake baked by MM a businea session and I study period .
this yeah Other officer: close the P.-T. A. year. Dorothy Jtme and Nellie Fay! Howard A. Field the daughter- I devoted to flashing the book,
Moon and Mutha Jane dault in-law of Mr. and Mm Field! was "The Talc of Two People.

served with ice cream. i I I All members are asked to b* .
I MRS. GREEN RITES Cheats included: the Rev. and present, and visitors are invited _a .
ENJOYED BY SUB-DEB CLUB MEMBERS GIVES EASTER PARTY fan W. i. Parker, Mr. and Mrs. |it 1 1I i 1
L. L. Field Mr. and 111'1..1. E t Mistake
-- Mrs Green Rives gave an EasIer I iI I Identity

Friday at noun the progressive 1 Tin members of the club and egg hunt Saturday afternoon I i A lady, apprehensive loststaiii .
ek-end party of the Sub-Deb their guests, Billy Arthur Edw, for the members of Mn J. E Ruth Flnney Lucille Lancaster, \pas her destination poked thyf',]
started with a luncheon at the I Harold and Bobby Vrana. Leon tavis' Sunday school claw, the Marian Anderson, Raymond : streetcar conductor with her urea
home of M4e Mary France Arthur Burnett, Robert Earl Branch Rob- eglnners' clan of the Homestead Pierce, Mary Lou and Bubble Mus- I brella. "Is that the Fret National '
On Friday sight Mix Virginia Gauxene John Whlcnard and Mehodist Church. >lwhlte. Frances and Marvin Poy.ser Bank?" she afked "
Frlck! entertained the members I len McDanieU attended the Mary Lou Musselwhite won a Billy Hutchinson Helen Tomb- "No, mum" replied the conductor -

of the club with a dinner at East*? sunrise service and later prize for finding more egg than ley, Bobby Graham, David Fred- i "them' my ribs"-Cup.
her home I had breakfast at the home of Mia any other girl and Bobby Monroe tricks. Jr., and Alton Slogle per' Weewly.
Miss Iva Dyal had the Sub-Deb Alta Webster I won a prize for finding more egg
a* house guests Friday night and I The members of the club who than any other boy. ,

entertained them at breakfast Saturday took part in the progressive party I The children present were: Emma REMAND CAFE
morning. After breakfast 'were Miss Betty Bowen Mill Helen Jane Rive, Evelyn and Keith 1

the girl went on a hike and were West Miss Virginia Frick, Mills I lakers, Ray and Fay Caplinger
refreshed by a lunch prepared by I Nina Pearl Bush Misses Nina and Roy Edward and Cecil Walker Prop.

Miss Nina Pearl Bush. I I Iva Dyal, Mia Marcia Gauzeni, Stanley and Jack Pacettl Annie DINNER BOo PLATE LUNCH JJc
That night the group was entertained Mia Bobble Summerlln Mill ALta May King Bobby Monroe Clara
at dinner by Mlsa Helen Webster, Miss Henrietta Hartman I .-- -- --
West and later went to Miss Hen- ''; and Mia Mary Frances Arthur. .

i "otte Hartman's home for an I ...-......."".-,,-.-...-.........-.
tenlng of dancing Miss Dyal :'
The Calendar
,. hostess to the dub Saturday i' _____._ I
i II u I oht. I- : !
Apr, Meeting of Woman !
GERALDINE. SHEPHERD I Auxiliary of St. John's Episcopal:

ENTERTAINS: O. A. (I Church Bt the home of Mrs l.anI I I
don Carney. I II
At of the
a meeting Katherine
Harper Girls' Auxiliary at the I Apr. 3-Pool benefit dance "A
home of Geraldine Shepherd Monday Night In Old Spain" at Homestead

afternoon an interesting story Country Club. i

wa told by Evangelist SchutU I Apr. 5 Carden Club meetingat I

who la visiting In Florida City. home of Mn Geo M. Sonnlch- f I
M,.. J. R. Byrum leader con leD In Florida CIty. J

ducted the memory work part of Apr. 6 Meeting of Teachers' .
the program. Plan were made Club at home of Mr. and Mn Geo
for initiation of new member on I I N. Wakefield.
Apr. ILThe Apr. Meeting of F L and T.
hostess assisted by her Club at home of Mn. Harry Wolfe. 1 !

mother served punch and cookIes. Apr. 7 and 8-Musical comedy, easy!
Members present wen: Can "Oh Doctor" at Redland school at ,
Walker Geneva Vann-, June Vann, I p. m.Apr. .
June and Doris Cheshire Mable
Ruth Pope Mary Louis Pierce Homeitea'd Boy Scout .75 ..
banquet In. Legion hall.
Loll Pierce Fay Pierce and 55
Apr. 9-Sacred and secular concert .
nelle and Geraldine Shepherd. )-
by Bach vested'choir (com

ARCMI CLUB 10 SERVE munity chorus* if B p. m. in Neva .

FISH SUFFER APR. II King Cooper auditorium. Swimming
pool benefit. SY TERMS
A fish will be served .
upper on
Apr. Meeting of Arena Club I t
Saturday Apr. 10, In the L O. O. In I. O. O. F. nan. .I
f hall by the Areme Club the i
Apr. Country fair at Florida
business auxiliary of Ad Asia CIty town hall sponsored by La- A BARGAIN PRICE
Chapter of the O. E. S. Serving dies' Aid Society .

will begin at S o'clock. Apr 10-Areme Club benefit FOR NEW COMPLETENESS I'

Detail for the upper were fish supper In I. O. O. F. hall .
settled at a meeting of the club In Apr 11-Debate on Supreme IN ALL 5 BASIC REFRIGERATION SERVICES I
the hall Tuesday, Mill Helen Court question at meeting of
Livingston won the mystery Homestead Business and Profess 5
package. tonal Women' Club In Legion
Present wen M,.. Ceo. W. Mall at Sp.m. Ends"OaM&n *j;="'-Ice-Funlne'l SIll TIll PROOFI '
Turner, Jr Mm Bob Harris. Mn
Aprt 23 Homestead P.-T. A. -
A. R. Meybem. Mn. Wm. M. John, meeting at 8 o'clock. 2. GREATER STORAGE-ABILITY
Mn B Q. Branch and Mop Liv '
ingston. End oU-fiuhloMd crowding SEJ THE PROOF


M CARE Kwp food safer, fnslMf, iongw I SEE Till PROOFI PUCIJU". .I s cu. ft. raiwdir. 10.1 '* *
lk.U HMO.a*K>u4..Tic* ((41 bus cubM)r a fraw
\ I 4. GREATER DEPEND-ABILITY hit HH all *f the MluwiM (M w -'u.... I I
q and Beauty S-Yu Prow don Pines backed by Central Motors.: SEE

We give True beauty demands 5. GREATER SAVE.ABILITY may ICE Till

the the best of care at all a" It to Acti.*
genuIne. time Whether you Only MIC10AIM has tk ,
wish I wave, I facial, 1m..... wI,1t 'r/aWo
EUGENE Permanent a manicure or any of 1t.,t. _1ItIut t / ice Nat cubes Inr..dr nice rdwni an.ftw -

1 Soft, soiling wiiret-sound. the other essential aid ., des a u
.. ..... ...
to beauty find Yields aoa MOM let br I. 6.aa
nor lading reels--that's" the you'll CUT* CUaMNT COT TO TM ONIStmplitt VMM. CTMMM CONVINIINCJ tni 0"1
kind of*ptmunmt tatty want the skilled operator at nfngrlit mtfttnitmtttr 1 ...Aloe...,anew NITla./l .
,; Mad that's the kind ..* gist, ,. P at'a Beauty Parlor Mil Only 1 asoviogParts, J ...._..food__ ...,aiooetictc.Tsee
Rese..Awrtlc Raw Dwe
For k ready to arm you intbatimt the motor pm .:. .
j we < > ftnutn Enginewsvlng. oiled sealed light. .DO M (MM
moody against m quickly at time. i .
with genuine CoMral lniMfOutr Hfdraw *-VMrmncdM
IujMS raw and dirt. Gives .U'IIl.D\1IT
llu kKk.4 br CWM |..MOOM.AM .
d * : hair for the teiwn, with n*. Combination '". with *. actual electric Now tend "j New. Larger, 6 and T as. N"SUPES.DUTY"
rural wo4uljikxii and later PERMANENT WAVES nticioAint "SKCIALSSMwaUwuHy -, priced
: ',a-aad.k level Cent*.ta and Me .....,
( erg cmlij/ Prices $5 $6 $7 ,

; Bushes Barber Shop' PAT'SBJllUI

& Parlor _,
Beauty PARLOR ) I

biro Ltttto Brown, OaeraUr none BUg. Phone ,4t, Homestead, Florida


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'Met .!...,...-....................................--.---........................sera,-........Wyn.-......-............"......-..-.NN CLASSIFIED ADS I II

Will BKETBALL BOYS HAVE: may be left at the home at Mrs A I II THEATRE
COCONUT GROVEShows RATErint: Insertion 104 a line; subsequent insertion
tta. EUEBRATION SUPER I S. Meye on Third avenue near :
T and I Admission. ISo 8* a Urn i
Ran | The Junior and sophomore boys Fourth street or it the home of I
Matinee Sat
Ills f Homestead High School basket- I Mr*. J. A. McKelU it 28 N. W. Sixth U t p. axSand. Sun., toot .

led all I team enjoyed a fried chicken street Mr*. J. E. Davis I II sale { I, FOR RENT FOR SALE-Rip* oratgei tangerines -

I.... upper at the home of Bank By. chairman. ./. Meaday. Tuesday grapefruit, fryer, ejtgs,

P. um, last Friday evening In eele- Delegate appointed to attend April 6 FOR RENT Modern 4-room I Dr. Shanklin Grove H mile'

lilt ration of a basketball victory. the annual W. M. S. conference in I, pi, furnished Small family I west of Florida City. o30-tf)

,. |fb house was decorated with Tampa April t, 7 and S are Mr preferred Mrs. Peter Johnson,
307 N. W. 12th St (s2 tf ; FOR SALE 10-acre 20-: aroldi !
[taster lilies and other cut flower Davis, Mrs. Leo Poyser president )
the Word i grapefruit grove. (00 Marsh
and Mrs. C. W. of the society, and Mrs. Wm. No-1
J. R. Byrum
RENT Neat apt also bed- aeedlen tree. 14 old Taylor

Ittle prepared th*> supper and act- Ian.Mrs. 3AMA8 ,- room. Good location. Mr*. Comp- i avocado tree, a few Persian
Poyser bad charge of the 1
eat d as hostesses. ton. 118 N W. 4th St (pat lime tree*. Hole* blasted and
M i :After the supper; a hay ride was devotional and Mia Helen Livingston made up for ITS tree Tenant

tnoyecL) gave a* a reading "The' "We Rent Our Farm
for I house. Give away price: cult
>elk- I) ;Those present were: William Vision of Sir Launfal". Mrs. I OVER 2S square miles of choice down $1200; remainder $900

lilcMlchael, Charlie Little, Martin Moye wa made worship chair 1111 fiiiIl tomato potato, bean squash, federal land bank mortgage payable -

Bishop( Roy Martin Rex Faust,< man. .or X10{r,1f broccoli or general fanning marl in 24 year Address Grove
The social service report for the land awaits aelectlon.
be Freddie Bogardt, Raymond Rob- I your South I Owner, Box 828 LeadorEnUrprlae. -

_t Raymond Hay', Emory Dear.sag .! month showed that 53 visits had Dad Farms. Inc., Homestead .

Noah Peter5olgt fnd Bank! been paid and 23 bouquet and six I Fla. .(11\28) I

I.h. Byrum.IjiRg. I trays had been sent. f FOR SALE!: You can make

I Present at the meeting were FOR RENT Nice cool furnished UOOI.OG and up per year If you

wrmcop GIVES i Mrs. J. A. McNelll. Mrs C. D. Baker \ apartment Private bath I buy this (tore for only $33000

he'' PARTY FOR SMALL SON i I Mr. J. L. Ballard Mrs. Go f reasonable Ak at Western plus Inventory. For full particular

nUll 'An Easter egg hunt ws given I I Ranson, Ila Showalter. Mrs : Union. (m26U) see Scherr Feed & Supply

ist Sunday for little David Fred John An(1 :on, Mrs John Williams I'- '''' i Store. (tttf)

ricks, Jr. by his mother, Mrs. 'Mr* Tillie William, MM. '-4 L / i FOR SALE ;

J Stanley Wittkop. Each little Vlvan JDooth, Mrs. E. S CapUnger.j; FOR SALE Citron, fresh or pieaerved. -
np.. i I I m1'fJ I FOR SALE Pullet ready to lay. Tropical tomato mines
eat; wa given an Easter basket : Mrs. Mollle Wingate. Mr* Foyser.M as
Also broiler batteries. Shanklin meat and sandwich filling aos.
[filled with candy eggs. {*. Koettline, Mrs Moye, Mrs I'
I I : Grove. (pa23) I 20c; pint SSc. Calamondin In
Prize were awarded to Bobby Davis and Mill Livingston. i iRCBEKAIIS
I II (iMAIt 7 sat I small lots lOc qt. Mr*. Geo. W.
Monroe and Mary Lou 1 FOR SALE!: One young cow. I
Kosel, Jungle Grove.
[white for finding the I DECIDETO j I good milker. $60.00. I. R. An. '

[$In the egg hunt. Mussel.j POSTPONE DINNER ,;:;: | dcrson, Naranja. (pal) CARISSAS lOc qt. CUTTINGSand

] Punch was served Th Rebekahs I.t. meeting In I SMALL PLANTS for
tale.Mr .
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n. "" !:f.I'I.Hlu FOR HALE I I
the afternoon the I. O. O. F. hall Monday nightdecided
*. Geo. W. Kosel, Jungle
I David' guest were: Fr.neellnd to postpone the dinner and II II i . (-room frame house lots of nice Grove Redland road and Plum-

:+ ,)Uarvln Peyser, !Mary Lou Mussel supper they had planned to serve I I NOTICE I furniture linen, dishes, everything I
Notkw b korrbr a/we! that lit vndwalintd
- white, Stanley and Jack Arlen tomorrow for the benefit of the will mi TanMar. April II, HIT, ape complete 2200. Make an I FOR SALE Chayote 75c ado

Pacettl, Bobby Monroe, Effie and F. L. and T. Club. pip M the Honorable Worth W. Tramnwll. offer *.; Chinese spinach to lb-;
of of the Clnult Court of ......
ono the Juomi
' Elsie RadfordFay and Ray Cap. Those present wen: Mr Han- the Etovontk. JadlcM' Circuit hi and for I tree spinach ISo lb.; lemon tie

'I Ilinger. Gay Scarborough and nah Moon. Mr*. Margaret Gay, I Dado Oomtr. Florida, >t tko Oval meow 6-room bungalow concrete" blockhouse do*.; okra, market price; earuwa

Mr Florence Pacettl Mr*. Goldie In Mimi Florida. for an ardor autkorialnt i cost a lot more to build, Jelly, Mr Geo. W. Koaet Sr.
Irene Halt | the adoptlow kr tko ........... of BETTY 'I .
The others present wen Mr. Wolfe, Mr. Blanche Chapman ANN HANCOCK. a fomalo oklld lion anFrbruaiT $2250. Plummer Dr. and Redland Rd.
I*. 1550 tae Sold child. now bIns I ......
I ,
Mr Mollie l
and Mr. Wittkop! Mr. and Mr*. I Mr*. Neecla Branch. I. the car and faatodr af UM andnral (
Il' E. A. Buchanan Mr*. ;Wm. MUll el- I Wingate, Mrs. Matilda Fox, Mr*. .n.... ', 6-room, frame house, "wUl deep R. I. RID fRYERS-LIve or dr *,-

l white Mr*. Leo Peyser, Mrs. Earl ', flora Compton Mrs Gertrude 191'mod this 1 l'lth day 01. Mar.b. A. D. 10 pers62,3800., ed. Free delivery in city. Phone

I 1I Pacettl Jr., Mr*. Curtis Monroe, Caplinger, Mr*. Addle Mae John, M. CECIL, HANCOCK;, I I sees.. I 635-)(. McEwen Poultry Plant.

I I Mr. O. C. Radford Mr*. E. S. ind Mrs. Thelma Radford. LAURA B. HANCOCK. 5-room house and lot $750.I .
l' ,II I Mar 16. Apr .. I, It. 81)i I FOR SALE Guavas, Be lb. onlyin
Capilnier, Mr*. Ted Scarborough, I ep..e. imall quantities Jungle

l'1 : lira. John L. Scarborough, Mr*. W tIt FOB COUNTY DADS nrnora COUNTY,('ntf"FLORIDA NAND ,I ELECTION NOTICE Four full-size loU excellent Grove, Redland.

;t hrand MM.-Irma: Hall. i IN FROBAT NO MIT. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I apartment house. site $900. MANGO CHUTNEY Sc an o*. or
\\1 Ilte.N.d.a.Es" :> ROTATE OF JAMES A. OrER. that under direction of THE ... .! 334 pint. Jungle Grove

# W.! M. .. PLANSi! NOTICE OF INTENTION Tfi MAKE: AP. j' BOARD OF PUBLIC INTRUC. 4-room frame house cement foundation

RUMMAGE SALE j PI IflTION: FOR FINAL DISCHARGE I II ; TION an Election will be held on lot 41x165, out of town .

1 The W. M. S. ol the HomeiteYd< I NoHMTi lrrby elves 'h.I. bar. filed'. April 13, 1937, In Special Tax District Cash-$400.00. LOST
for tlnolDlaolum '
Methodist Church planned Tuea- :I 'F' final a.port* E a.M ut |to determine who shall be school Country
demmed nd that tko
Jam. 4 S.W. ; on
] day; toehold a rummage tale in I. Mtk day of Arrtl. IM7. I w111 apply to the Trustee for said District tor the 40-acre excellent potato land Allapattah Club, purple velvet evening bag

; colored town on Saturday ol next Honorable W. t. BlantMi County Jnd.fiof I next succeeding two yean and section. None containing vanity case that I* a

a Reek to get funds to help .aid Dado final County report, Fkirldo mod for, for final appnnnU dtoohamu of 1 the number of mills of district $300 per acre. keepiake. Reward. Call 3JJ-W

Mth the new Sunday school Kioralor of the ...... of I.... A. school tax to be levied In laid District ...... betler'l (m26tDMISCELLANEOUS

building that la being erected. |np Dated r, Iklo t ih d.. of Marok. IIR' t I for each ot laid year 20-acrei of which & .
Articles for the sale they decided, The polling I place at which said
JKHRie: A. OPER glade IS acre fine grove
KaMUtor of Ifco Kototo of James ,election: will be held I II a* follows;
( : A. .-', deceased I Homestead School Building, about 280 fruit tree land-j ,
I w. ROSS BURTON I Homestead.The glqct, no buildings, nice PIANO TUNING one repairing.
At&o.., for Canal I good neighbor $115000 Good used piano for isle cheap.W.
1 OrIgW OF APPLICATION FOB TAX (April t. I. IS II. SOI) I IW poll will be opened for the on
DEED purpose of voting at > o'clock, A. I terras L Kaon. US N. W. 3r4 St.
; Notlaa' b .n.rekarh.n that i. i. Murphy THE COUNTY JlirM.KII; C'OHRT. IN M.. and closed at sundown on said ......
Ir : -oa. I...., nolir u anlanai of city' dHta1..h AND FOR BADE COUNTY. FLORIDA I
Tao Corllflaiu. Nnmhtrol .. datdka I IN PKUBAT8. NO. 7707. ,date.' II. A. CAMERON, WANTED
Eta dar of Aucuat. A. D 10IS. 'ha fM IN REl UtTATK OF JOHN W. JAMES T. WILSONSuperintendent Phone Tt Homestead
'I to iM Cwtirirala I-.afflra, and .hen mad. I I lION ftee.a.dNOTICE TROMP of Public 1 cane'
' 1 1I ...'"...tlD. for U. dud U bow thrraoa OP INTENTION TO !: WANTED TO BUYSugar
f fI _._ with. law. Bali Certificate | PLICATIONFOR: FINAL m.S<<: : Instruction, Dade PINE LAND BARGAIN 20 mangoes\ all kinds of ironical
f ...L._ .'.. ,.... ; Florida.
the "' dwrlted prp.ry, NolIo b honey given that hew 111.1my County, acre In Redland close to fruit and S. Rosen
taatad M Dado Count, Florida ta-wltt I I final nport and p ltlo. .: Final DinAoHllarr (Mar. It. 19 26, Apr. 2)) power produce. ;:
Lot II, Blank 1, Hllkoh Original. Town- .harm w Kncatrll af the ftIMM ( j line and oiled road, excellent I E. 135th street New York I
i pep, la ha of K''." otData I
City "' Owaty .loll. W. Tkompooii d Mwd andUi.t NOTICE 6r APPLICATION FOB TAX fruit land only $35 per acre
I app af F1ori.... on I*. nets oar of April IMT. 1 will
Tko of said proparty vndor. apply Ca tile Uonurablo W. F Dlaoton I DKEI cash Will lOOn be cold. Don't LEGAL NOTICESORDER
Sow. Cntlfkala bawd was la .... name I county Jude of Dado CMnCr.: Florid forapproval I' I* HkKKIIY GIVEN.: Hut let the other fellow' get ahead of

K UlIO.w CarHfloato ....11 W ....... I I dfockam of..MM",report Kmittrla: and for.f final UwKotato I W U. Vrraaa. holder af Ta* C.MII kata Na.I4tl .I you on this. If* worth the FOR PUBLICATION

M I aaaardliHt ta law, tot deed will base of John. W. '"""" _. .......... '(weed' the and I In day at July, A. O. Adjoin nice home and In the Circuit Cenrt Eleventh
1994. and kaa money.
11>I7.raaa:aa the totk. day at April. A, p. This I7tk dar of Marsh.. IMT.HERMA ;1! made ::.1'i.I::: a .air a. :::to ko to.I neighbor, and good groves.Suggest Judicial Circuit. Dade Ceunty
THOMPSON.Anrlllnrr .
I Hiod 11__... Said. rortlftaata. aaikraaai Florida la Chancery. Case No.
Baud Uk nth day of Marrh. A. D HIT.II EurMrla: of the Eatat* the followinadaMHoad property In the I that you act promptly.
E. B. LEATHeaMAN.Ctork nt Juka W. Tkoaapaan d ".md. I 41111.
'1 W Cliault CourtGroan W. ROSS BURTON ; Tr II.of Blk.Dado.ST.Slaw Town at of Fla.. Cltr to-wlt. Phone 72, H. A. Cameron Home-i JANET WEBBER JONES. Plain.

;' Dads Counflf, Florida. Attomor far AMlllarr. Eaoculrla. I| Plat Bnak I. pees 14. In ha crimp ofI Uad. (MIS-26)) tiff vs. KENNETH PAUL
;, C".4 aria. I April t. *. 14. SI. 60)) Dado, staled Florida.Tha I
o By R. JAKES D. O. 1 I JONES, Defendant
(..... la ... Apr I, I. 111. NOTICE TO CREDITORS: I! ..- the-ararat Said arrtlfkata af Abe.lalnad toM aa.praprrry la ... FOR SALE Seedless grapefruit, DIVORCE. 4
In Rat ROTATE: OF SUSAN ADAMS seem vi F. M. C..F.I S3c bushel Mrs. Eva Collins, It appearing by affidavit appended
TICS OF APPLICATION FOB TAX BROOK, Potomd.In Unless now .rrtitb.te shell .be ndwmod Federal highway at Biscayne to the bill filed In the above
VENDIfoTICssa the Coaatp Jodnl Cool In aid for I
I ,
dfne law the d.a.4.d
..It Bill 1 Na. IU na' County, Florida. In Prooau, No. :=, will r he sad to popery hiMet NOW .1 drive. I stated cause that Kenneth Paul
HEREBY GIVEN that /.... 6627.NOTICE at the .osel.h.o.. Ana a. 293 noel II Jones, the Defendant therein nomad
aadon IIkk.... koltVr af Map sad Owe TO CREDITORS dar In Uw nonik of Mar HIT which PURE GROVE HONEY-heavy; is a non-resident of the State of
Ir Taa certificate" No. Still hoard tko I T. AH Oodltora and All PoraoM HnolntClalma ....
the dar of May IMT.
ear af Aonrt, A D. 1MI, .kaa fifed or Domanda Ajialnot BaM. E.UU: I noted this ITlk day af II......+HIT.B. \I delicious. Bring your container. I I Florida, end Is a resident of Edle.I .
-=I. my 011..... and .... ...... appll i Yew and each of roa. are korffcr Koll'atd I B. LEATHERMAN.: Honest 35 cent The I wood Height, Hillside, Truckt-
I quart, I
I. a tax dad to ka kaaad IM_. and roaiilrad to prams any Claims. and oVnanda I Clark. af Coort I IOada villa, Pennsylvania that there I Is
I a.w ean eata aniaraoM the Solo.a4c.orib j r rakish rod. .. other of real any county, FlorHa. Sage Grove King Highway,
I prnmrtr the Cbmtr W Dad., 'I hew easiest the atop of SUSAN ADAM I no person In the State" of Florida
f I,Clrault Cowl Boat I I
.la.a arvwof.._: IK I BROOKS --. bu of Mi. Vornoa.WoilckMloT Up R. JAKES D. 0. cast ot Krome ave. (J2BU |I the Service of subpoena upon whom
<4 at SIU af aVttoo II. I CMMT. Now York" to thai IM.r. II. M. Apr. .. *.) would bind such Defendant and
. ,ToWMklp, WJ Sautk, Bania II bat I How W F. Blantoa, Coooljr Jades of1 I .... 1 MM at U..0. MardM.Uakaa ,
ftmWalaa I0 Ames mow or Nor. In I Dade Covets at kn offloo" in Uw Coont? I ICouitnouM I awrtifloaM ..... .. tei.m.d that he Is over the age of twenty-
> the Covey at DouIn. state af Florida. to Itado CouitT. .. wHk.U NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR .acrdls a ..... the. pvw Sow d.xrib.d one-yean. It 1* therefore ordered -
I The aanmnunt of laid. proprrty nndMn afckl nUadar manlka fraaa Uw dan d I| BUBO f tbamIs will be sold a the It/shad bidder that laid non-resident Defendant -
i Sow. .aartlflaat. loa... wa. la, the aaaMUN tko first puUkaUo koroof. All. rlalina/ I ( man Bill Na. IU at the' arvMw dun e. tilt first I
tift .. 0. Uk...... .M _.... Rol pmastd within the !i NOTICE IS HERESY JI:1f.: TkatIwatrb Meadow Ie the Month of II... 1111. which be and he I* hereby required
0 Show said. .rtlfl"te ....U be ........ uw .M is the _._ ._rl.... _.1 I 1111.... holder W Tat.tartlNraUTASl. II:1 day of:. 1147, to appear to the Bill of Complaintfiled
.d = ppr..ty Amara. Shod .. basmd .s p"rldd. by ..... I :. 5501. based the Sod der .= day Marrh. m. In aid cause on or before
-Ur.6112d : D 1901, hr 1114 sow to
.. CmlfcuoM the hbheN bidder 0..... Mereh '. .. D. III' I and .... nuda appllaatlon. far a my tan dada B. IL LBATHEB.UAN.Clark af rimH Cart. I I Monday the 3rd day of May, A.
dour Uw tint Mo A. PALMER BROOK
day to KM month of INT. wkkk. 10- ,. Anrill.rr. Admlnbtraur of the I j ka Insist Bald. -..... oavkracoa Dada Com*.. Florida. I IClraH D. 1137: otherwise the allegation

0.d *.. W Mv, "17. Eatoto of Bars Xdnnm Bnona I the the Mbwlap at Dado, dVaerilwd ante af flortda prnportf to.ta Court eel !' of said bill will be oak n at confessed .
IIttIo4 By H. JAMES. D. C
lob MUl -
do of M.rrk IMTK. I
will I i iLato ....... .. .. by said Defendant
I aad low Federal HarhwarA II
It I* further ordered that this
.. ClmK Cw.6l bibs Agent. *. Modes sake af ......... flat I
Csatr. Florida.ft JOHN ft SC'LLtVAN. Miami. Florida, | order 'be published once a week
; Moak (, la, hi the Dado
.... aaaa COIWIT f
Cps, AuanMT far Aarillary AdntlnMrntar.nrat sea d -00 for four consecutive week In
IL JAMES. D. C.I poblfaalloa. aa II... la. IMt.I OUST Gifts S"TMe
.. .. Mar I*. fa. Apr. I, e. If I The asome t..the.WIta Property twam The Homestead Leader-Enterprise
I Man 54. A, S. 151. .:. \ saw. ealtifima lord "as a saw I .-.R.soar
% a newspaper published In aid
I II I IAIf _. County and State.
JOHN: o. MLJ.CT POST NO. 4* 8-8 POT i0worhos This March 11,1 37.E .

Clerk of Circuit Court
strata tnt seat third. W.........| (Crcult Court Seal) '

Phone 516-M Homestead Ha. M4 pat .r >el South Kroaa* Ave.llae.wfeb 4 Deputy Clerk

II I .... The Kezall'SioraHemealead. MARSH MARSH'' e

1t I ,.- >Florida Solicitor! forlCooiplalnanUfe.r -



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...!!!:!,1wel".' .. .r... ... __.__c_ _.._______... THE.___.. Lt AYIEE.EN PRlSl4.__ .__ ...." _, ,.. O' Friday c---------...1987 ..;
Homestead F. F. A. New
.. !By )raid fhaakimThe'eSvi I I ANY BRAND BLACK MISSION
.r cultura 47=;
who have been on trial tor the
Homestead F F A. Chapter were MILK FIGS
officially Initiated into the chapter: ,
Wednesday night Thomas Var- ,
nadoe gave a report on the *ucceaiful 3 tall tans- 22c a 2 lbs __ ... __ 25c :
fox hunt held last week I yxos c.G _
md all the boy are clamoring for .
another hunt In toe near future. CRYSTAL WHITE BULK
The lilt of activities for the 1887 (

discussed chapter year thoroughly were rechecked and SOAP CHIPS. MEAL GRITS ;
Mr Wakefield Informed the I OR
chapter that the gentleman from '
that the title of Fri. and Sat SpecIals
Virginia woo
Matter Teacher of the South nosed 21/lb.pkg.,19c 511)3. ...__...19c ;i
him out the of
by narrow margin '
MX points&more 1
proof that the conservationmownwat i A9 APAft FRESH GROUND 11 n +
being pushed by the
local chapter I*gaining foro cam C,0 ee I
In t'6"'t'" th, Florida State "GUARANTEED TO PLEASE" "
Prtu Aitociattpo pawed aluVoq wag .
to hip in U>e light to awe .
eervatioft tn*. need' instead moot 9f for letting coiv Dried Jlers.het.>I N0. J trans Octagon BULK

it be 4iverted Into other state ex.
pease ehaanal Several ef the SOAP
editor stated that*they would
back the movement with editorial COCOA TOMATOES SUGAR
in their own paper BEANS CLIPS
J. B. Cloninger wa named the I
chapter' "athletic director" with-

out diamond a dissenting ball practice vote will The be held first 2 Ibs. .... 15t 2 lb.can. 2ge 3 cans u_ 25c Ig. pkg. ..19c 5 lbSa *r.r 28e

on the high school. field at | p. m. i

,Sunday._____"__H_._'... SUN.CRAFT t ;
Elementary 4-H ClubBy gaBon 59c
Tlieda erector Pure Ga..Cane" l
"ibi-= i' G 'r."U"ji';;;:
Ited Redo gv talk pa beoon.M t i
Mrs.Redd uked who had brought !
oatmeal boxes .a* r; o.vntf4, ;paf HI IIlb .nZww.,., 29c !
two flfl brought .. POTATOES c : COCA COLAS !.
? *f* prfaea were' .Domtt .
Sullivan, Theda ;
Robert,,guy *.dfvd. Joi", Z). 5Ibs ........ 19c PRAIIUTDUTTER,2Ib.'jar. > .;.;. 37c 6 for' 'U"U.. t
JeH tuning. VWO* Keji} fhI\\
llppa Coff. Katherhtyi fUM>V;Virglni . .. .... ,. ,
TAi/itsrd.ttton/ .8cIqtU r OCTAGON (plus bottle.depositSOUTHERN
Bailey, I lherin golly Wild PURE GOLDFLOUR 14c' '. .. .
Bait,Uavi Watts,Sue We,.,and eM'Sf1t.U'IIUt'I'. w .:.3Itt'"pkn.:,, .- LAPY "
With: Booth fl lq '
toe mettlOC*M loicd with, \\.h'1! >
ple4ge.BROOKS. tr R"SjDS.3. kg p
.f *" e 9 .n".25e
n -
J R. crooks uM this week that
publiMtlon of his name a* secretary OCTAGON
ef the Tropical Fruit Growers 201b
Co- | *hove AMoclatl wasin
_em a*he had not a*yet Join\ --,25c
ed the organisation. i
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Redorca-lIUPPOlll you think I FRESH
am t perfect idiot? BRAN TOMATO
Roberta-Oh,Don of v* 1 II per-

2 pkgs. .. 25t 3 Ibs 13t can ,n._ 15c 24 oz can'. .lOc lb. ....... 35c ,"
PAI j'



Ib. .--e ..--.. 22c MARGARINE2LBS STEAKSSirloin. lb. .......... 15c


Public Utilities I IOe4 41C or Round HAMBURGER

c .
Pkwe MI-M I 3Ji Jb. av ran FREE! With each Bale I 27 }

lb. ....... ... 28c 1 wash cloth' lb. ....__.... 18c

RejuvenateYour Let Us COUNTRY ROLL BUTTER, Ib. 40c

Car Imported Russian Geisha "PARD"DOG PINK Premium 1

Body Wood Fender Work Repairs CAVIAR CRAB MEAT ( ; FOOD3cans..25c SALMON2cans..25c_ HASHllb.caa.15c ,

Tops Seat and Cover Trimming 2 I.'"...5ic can ..._...35c ,, :,

ta'NPit&ratntinl' { p Picnic Hams 3S' ''S s. ft. 24c :


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