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 9, 1937
Publication Date:


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


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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
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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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f :' Men and Machines to Haul Glade Soil 'TOMATO PRICES BOOSTED

To Build New Diamond Ball FieldWork

; CITY ASK TEN I ot hauling and spreading j,field! to the school Jayl'OOncLwhich : I BY STORM DAMAGE IN! LAKE

y! glad soil on the new playground I* a five-sere block across

t ,. PERCENT HIKE : of last tile week Homestead by Athletic schools Coach begun Theo i! the*street. and from the high the school school gymnssium "building -I- AND EAST COAST SECTIONS

J. Waist
i and thboy* ot hi* Last years diamond ball pro-:

1 i physical education classes, will be .grain 'u.Uerloua! IJI ,
'augmented wlthltt! the heat weekor j
I tion and
Round Robin to Council two by machinery 'andj reed the sloppy;messing diamond op"treated tafI'UP-l IIRJARREITD1ES Price Yesterday Ranged

f" Points Out Increased i borrowed*' In this from end other of the public'county.project rains municipal-The.field. school by the From $1.75 to $3.00 for

Living Costs I First effort will be concentrated not be fit for playing however 'IN TRUCK CRASH, Field BoX

I OB building a topsoil for baseball until the rook of the scarified plot

\ CITE GAIN OF $14.000 and diamond ball field..I Strong Ire covered with several inches of GROSS BENEFITS CUT

IN PLANT REVENUE sentiment I* crystallizing among ,sod, and leader In both school and I ON 4-AHIGHWAY
business mew and fan for; th1 civic athletic circles-have exerted 1 BY TAIL END YIELDS

transfer of the summer community every influence to get the soil _

Committee Appointed to diamond ball program from the 1 placed on the playground in tile I Miami Official 400 Acres Left May Not
Springs on
Push Sanitation low-lying ground of the municipal shortest possible time,
Way Home After Visitto Produce More Than 50
Project Dr. Smith to Give Schick
Crates Acre
Farm Here per
Although jocularly accused of: Test to Pupils Tuesday REORGANIZING

planning a "sit-down strike" when Reaction to the terrific electrical
their petition wa presented to Th* Schick test for diphtheria OF EXCHANGE ISj I Henry R. Jarrett, 0$', president storm which laid low thousand
the council regular session Mon will be given the children of the of the city council o( Miami
I of acre ot vegetable in the Okce.
Homestead schools Tuesday by Dr Springs, who has "cropped" extensively -
day night Homestead city employees I:
chobee and middle east coast regions
J. A. Smith county physician.Principal j near Homestead for
are not }Jlkely to adopt this week has naturally,
L B. Sommer announced several year, was kilted at about
this arbitrary method of fattening favored South Dad growers to
/ their pay envelop with yesterday. I General Called 1:30 o'clock Wednesday flight when I an extent limited only bthe
little Typhoid shot*" win b* givenat the pick-up truck Itt which he w*.
extra currency. small of late still
' They do believe, however that' the Mm time he said. I for Monday to Pre- driving home from Homestead] WM harvetted.acreage crops

\ the father should lend sent Plan struck by another truck Driven by I
city a
a Mfr near Howard at the intersection The past 48 hour have brought
favoring ear to their request for ot Slat Road 4-A and the I r a sharp advance In price Local

i,. a general salary increase of ten $100.000ASKmI, A proposal for going to with the road that Jew to the county hot sale yesterday ranged from $1,73a
seat in all department because
per Florida Avocado Grower Exchange -
crate for field! run produce to
P. frtag Costs baa risen at VMS II 'AS DAMAGES FORHARPERDEATHS under a plan of reorganization pital The negro, Ccnroy Dunhamt\ and .SUO a field crate fOil: U. S. No. 1
cent within the two
fer peat year Along lines ottb proposed
Prl.cill* Roundtree I negro woman tomatoes of the best quality packing
I' Th round robin, signed by Tropical Fruit Grower Co-opera. who WM In the truck with out not test than one and one-
'. )' employee! ot the city also live: Association will be presentedat
halt to the .to.
lug OJ4 cr
him..were, Injured. i ;vvtftla keq "
out that light and .
yolnte water ,
of U wveeada
a pen meeting *
1''YIlt.plant show gain of to the Dado County hospital for However, with th* season draw*
i revenue n end lima grower in Dade County I
treatment The JarreU pick-up ins to a close and only a comparatively -
torn iUJMM, and that the duties '
called for Monday night at eI.b.o'cloclc"
and responsibilities of worker In Suit Filed Last Week by In the Exchange packinghouse WM practically demolished, and small acreage of late tomatoes

all brsehes ot the City government Estate Against Ambulance at Nsranja the heavier truck of the negro also remaining to be picked the
I was badly wrecked. A coroner' gross benefit will be meager In
bars during
grown correspondingly Owner this
An to submit
the i agreement jury impanelled by; Justice: .( the volume Various reliable estimates -
part I
year. proposal was reached at. Joint
Peace O. B. Sutton; o( Coconut of the average
young crop
I On) the suggestion Of CouncilMan ;
I Suit for .1 ,000 damage has meeting ot till Exchange director* I
I Grove WM conducting on. inquest ,torn 400 acres, with an exceedingly
1 Frank B. Rue action on the i bent filed by the estate of Chas.T. and the temporary board of directors The nil
:esterday. body WM brought light yield predicted toe
was deterred until the return -
I petition Harper late mayor of HomelUisd of the o-oi which ha been
Home and
to Turner not
fields Some crop may produce
Councilman Joe L Burton,
I against the McGhsn Funeral In of organization. Arguments -
process t Miami funeral
later transferred 90
a : more thaI crate an acre
j who, a* finance committeeman, Horn of Miami one ot whose ambulances advanced la favor of the home.
win be asked to check the financial figured last Dec 28 In i reorganization plan were that north local grower ley
status of the city with Gordon Mr. Jarrett WM driving on In the area from Princeton to
collision near Kendall in which Florida Avocado Grower Exchange '
I Ivey, superintendent of the light : I the highway and the truck driven Hlahl.Ianty/ 18 carloads were
Harper was fatally Injured and I II well known to the trade '
by the negro was entering the highway the
and water department, and City rolled yesterday snkJ-apjt'ot
his yr-old daughter WM and that the existing organization
II from the west on the county house have tWsrrf- .
Clerk R. E Edward and report on its larger packing
ed instantly. I has built up a prestige during '-
road when the collision
hoipital tile week. Buyer In this district -
the feasibility of Including a general for
Paper In the suit, filed in Circuit eight year existence that would
occurred. Jarrett had left Homestead .
raise In pay in the budget for court at Miami ware signed make th* usg of,the name I' muchan before after have been warned by thel.repreMatlU"a
I short Urn In the storm area
(Continued On Pap Four) here last week by Mr*. Harper. asset-it not mont-ao the use '
I making trip to the Key largo to be cautious In their .
The sum of $50,000 to asked M of its packing and shipping fscll-! London and
bridge t lit Carney there are "plenty of tomatoe
.damage In each of the death, sties Howard Lamb of Homestead who .
I bean and squash left tn the lak.nllon.
PINK ELEPHANTS Grove Member ot thr Ixchang
A Coconut coroner* Jury any had sailed Mr. Carney1 motor boat
on Jan. returned a verdict that avocado or UlfCI"er: who ever around to the bridge dock from yet"No

troPtAYFJlUONIKOTWAN( .Mr. Harper and'his daughter came shipped through the Exchange* the Mowry street canal Mr. t close estimate of the tonnage

to their death ss th result of prospective member of the pro- Jarntt and Mr. Came,. local produce loaded out on truck 1* available

reckless and careless driving on posed new co-op and all ether broker, had been close bu.IMM although it i* believed that the
h DANCE the part of the'ambulance driver',I avocado and lime growers In the and Mcial friend doc the total may almost equal the volume

Uoytf C. KrolL 1. T. Gordon.,attorney county-* urged by officer I and Miami Spring man began farming snipped by railroad Bulk loading
r for the Harper '.estate 1m- director of both group to attend ot heavy-duty truck with unin
in this section.
'medlateily swore 'out a warrant the meeting spected produce packed at destination
wife and three-
Tomorrow Mr. Jarreir
.Civic Clubs Sponsor charging[ KroU with m.nsU ghter. The aim of the present move. sailed. Sundaymorning hat del OflLiaed the local

Night's Pool but the case bas not been pressed I meat i* till formation M a strong year-old daughter-for Texas and arrived packing Industry this season, mo tot
shipping and the leading packer ..". This
Benefit Event for trial iO- peraUw packing there yesterday Mr*. Jsrrett will
marketing association wboe1mem- situation has reflected unfavorablyupon
j \ ----- fly to Philadelphia, her husband'sformer
\'. Th Redland District Lions Club'I C. of C" Member Drive bership would represent at least home, where the body will labor condition and upon
coal of the avocado and the volume of sale reported by
170.per _
and the .Jlomertead Rotary Club In Pre-Election Spurt be sent for burial .
,Persia. Jim acreage la tile ..- local merchant
\ Ire sponsoring-' tOBWfrew inJgWf 1 I land, District and who .)'-llw* f It I II understood that strong pressure
swimming pool benefit dance: st The membership committee of would have teeth> enough to hold School Trustees to Be will be brought to boar upon

the Homestead Country ? dub the Redlan Dlstilct Chamber ot I It* member: to grading and mark: I bill now pending in the legislature
I I Music will be furnished by the Commerce,will make an Intensive sang policies that would result In Elected Next Tuesday which will prohibit the shipment -

Pink Elephant, local dance or- drive between now i of bulk tomatoes end other
*. Member of both Clubs day to get a* many.n4'Wtdnel-l,
have been urged to turn out In 'possible before 1h* 1V."E. RheneJ and FifIeld'I l. All three trustee of the Homeheed Held, product: without from florid unpacked -
school \ government
and Florida City
full force: and help dance "au.aI nesday night at which the'first Are New Rotary Heads and similar kgislatton
frank Skill, A. J. Campbell inspection.
hundred dollars or more into the election ot director under the newly
I 'I J, Ceronlmo. ar* candidate in effect in Mississippi
II. fund that will be used to replace adopted fiscal year will b*! Th Homestead Rotary Club: fit reelection at the' trustee and already results to the grower
the Torn out defective portion of held. elected Wm. E. Rheney president
election which will be held and aU other concerned,
tti the swimming pool floor with sufscent l, The beginning ot the fiscal year,lewd WUJard M. FUield vko-pres- to millage the :Net King Cooper School packing house owners and managers *
high grade concrete and :was changed from October t to Ident at its annual election held Tuesday from I 'clock assertOirtchl
steel to guarantee a permanently i April t by amendment to the bylaws tile weekly noon meeting Wed- candidate
No -
anchored bottom to the municipal In order that the Annual: da.111t Legion hell Other di. till windows. opposing

4' .> POOL drive for new member and membership -,''a' elected Ire Frank B. Rue, have qualified THE YE"nlla:
: Tb* chamber of commerce dance renewals might be made B. Parker and Chw. J. Cm The election board consistof we" ntOTt W U. sub
IV"t t+T \, committee composed of Paul Leo alter'crop harvesting 'time when At g directors* meeting IIUIIKdiatoly -. Uri W... Br' \RJ,1IrIJ Frank. ss..ras.W amltm. Him**.*. .n,.....

nr, Mr*. X. M Froecher and Mr*. ''both money and time are more ; after the election, the Incumbent irwin and Mr, W. B. Cave trustees Dab |M xMlnl: J Bar.} Valet

Carl Tweedell, ha been augmented plentiful in fh4 Redland District. secretary sod Tb. present Redland
by the appointment otfftul] present director of the ehambe George, If. Trick, wu alw T. R. Hickson. Charles Cox April i .. I 71 84 {SO.121

v Reynolds to lu marnbarahiy. vw* elected last Octebe but' M.I He And .th* immediate'l and.IX E.llashor.Wilmer: Apr' r f-tt i .t
The pool benefit performance !, order to give incoming membersa Went J. R. Brooks, M. cast, the Rev. Harley April 4 _._ i 14 : 08 !

give* hare Wednesday night by vole In the government of the board of seven directors. MrRheney .! A. Con and L O, Ruggle April 1 __ fU 71 '59 MT

John IL Van Amham'l Radio Barn organization for the entire fiscal I was vice-president of the' haw been appointed: to serve Mthar April I t t.* I 7S M,.

Dance netted $.4T-fcr the-wtm*< yey,turt ttBi'ting' ,-tno" election bra hilttwferr.Idt..I"'tioII."to On Detection board The polling April T "IS (SOOSf

Bung pool tutuL .' 1 I been' Bcheduled. presidency. place t* the Redland school I April t ._ i In If ((10,061f }


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Putre Two THE LEADER -,RMTEaPRtSE Fr raj April 1987J1SPARHIANJR.
.;Grant Mahan Oroi S ld ::1tJ.It's eal ,.0EU04 '. .
Death of CII. Woodbury Parts Couple Rat
"tI JtA prude My to
Afr Captain!
To Service '
Ian and Wife for 6'!Years I ... tdanceI.
KILLED BY SHOT Who Stayed I j ito as'tsa s ssdatlo
Mr and Un.Cram Nabs have bat ebb to teterprev our

; o..tII Mae sdv .. -' the, sect "Woof as 16. batdIrae.I.... iMr Move OB Wed. sass'I triads, thus afforatac a fcatii tar

THROUGH HEART possess Bedltod suds ... asa ,," a.tearai .. tie Seal diva,t.!'taste to caps Get" ...,*..
M sit k" duos \We Months ....,their .... the air atrvfc*. Bal-, esptctod that this Will enable
Funeral Serriow for SB-........... w tad tat. Buy lad,, Bo dad at .....arov Mae 001.......+ ; VM CMM to five OB It !Cbrrrotrt and ttt retail arcanbation -
Year-Old Ma Held :.... tats ad wife for a j I c--.e: Pats tA'tR. Mr w* Un. Uahaa and show: to aattdpato away proUeaw .
;clash Sissy -.....,.. hubs -I II I .....--. asst W ..WM6 t.w sa4 t.for Reb.be0Wa and W ID a pooWoa to rope with ,
Sunday Morning I billing looWL awtrwnbed a tie,assure., Un t It lutttinnlof -mj then when they.....
tins ftIIPft'lit par see 49 .t I liar aod Un. O ->-I IPMcnMi : IIeId.Il with\ another BOO.'I The deporunent vlU tavrect H-

J a S....... II. stars, Vassal aet rias.ww MW Twodel -: oC Ifiant BMC*. tv*<;Yaher!K:, Idaho who ism dove to.Sir...--. >a... used ,
deafly by a artMaCteled aoJfet M- to *t eba18 e.a. of DM V*. MM.Ed. Woodmry Atluta and far DCM. They arm Uy vHIt:Star' potentials, especially, the
can** Mrty Mi Friday MontacVM -'*dM............via tt.. Bytes Voodbory of MMBBIOB,*....Hshao and MI .wllierlmetiQirM f' lacier dor< This latter effort ,
baited M .... CnWMry at ItSMa IloI..... paler .. ere Worth DOnto. a 1 IIirt'. Mrs C. A.J.' fannerand ties n wtth the wick of the wuBtyj
Ktraaja Mdy. 8fMB- M.v- S arita.wd Tssyh of TMH ischarge Gale ., Ma apslter. Temnt. 21: poaublyant : .... ___ waba obje tiro .
h4BrrncMCOB.terwdbyO.lteTK.G. arwid ktloaed lit ...','pdddldrea and am vtowe Hr and Un. kraut the rtbllliatkm vi *a bipe a
Orvaa.: pastor of the sa... raJa. 2lsses"a rw-nJ ucMreit Sa .......@,Stars keaeriy resided to Befco.brth. ..tram tnt atandpotal of IpIft .
Pds Csommo tv taswek :bd. .. snaeorateaie I l:Were poll betseea equipment ma* power".....
He teMrrtvrd by km We, due Mr WMdbwr VM bon toB0ttoTenMBt JM t.and capital tovotad, M tbat ;
torawr KM Mildred FUtononbfc :,; He and Mn.v I them nerd not NIDI conctaat
Research LatestI
fattier J a Sportsman of Fort.Wsndbarey mttmt. to 8In7.': Department state at readjustment and dIIIIceI '

Shin, rtokto .... Me*. C Knehenberrer I'!V----*. street be VM M Md rue!I I Facility to Be Added by Chevrolet I The committee also Will keen
a* XvuX aad a VM Its They aura as as"" dOM watch on legislative trend ,
bas ........ C C. Ceheaoernrr.: to Iris treat Drino.a. Nero Da-I II !I --_ Tba Research Deptrtownt said
IT a -.kill.. eta uwde Military UU. w ere they vcr to Uw hotelMMMM 1 DHrolt Mar S-Cn kn of a,,Mk manager of CbevraleL I Mr. Holler "if simply one nor
Academy- I tar On ,.,... PmiuMito MW central office department j I The abtof the new Beacareh addition to an already ;imposing
A oeewnee's InaaNt. fwd dot OH they were esgated r tarfroeut -i|vkodi vA caONt and place at1 : Department will be :itrcmety array of facilities which ChtuxiletKM
bc.rksono wee seen by Peas n t' (striate at AMrtraatec.Konk .''CSrrroirf deafen di Moal a I. broad Mr. HoDer Mid. placed at the disposal of id
V H. Syhea to fea e the entrant OuaU far M Mn Md Md vmkb of pertinent nhraotie Any trend bade tIe indurtry or I dealers Probably no other retail -
,t the Barn AMrtaeats to a tan M 1M -.a.t. bvcaea'- at. IIC4! reooMy obtainable tlnotxrtVM out of R. with a potential bearing organization In the world hu
Strad- rate Ana eras 1M sweet reel. Ewer MOM slate farTCATS : iMvonerd Ow week by W E M the welfare of Cbemrtel deal-! comparable advantages at Ri torn
'r .a part" cat a law niow is a ir Red and 1hr' cc.Baal-" ft ptnidrnt sod fjRKnl en will cone within the scope of mand.mODERH .
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5e'or the ate VM Qr.& Sybil
,..o. av MM ream ton aid thtta ut
.pa.-tIwwI .... .....-. wtarrr 1
> and its SBarkjnaa rcnded.
inn he heard Ohs rust he vent ti '
i\wt t** and IOWA be r:\BKeas FERTURESITIake '
't boob ?ins to the datrvjy ::1
'f ipartcral teuie mtnnceto ,
te'th as ......Ik pasta; .+rderaeath -
bt A'wsee trap for d..s. 1. III I

,.rp.t dwa bad nos. tIu-ouC: hit ITIodem Cars, ,.,
'.ert DNa was artantaarrstit'tetber w
the shs.tia.. war fo4odfo :
be ace..aaf a are was nosndcawd
by ftnbd 01 doe .
eoratt" Jury There .tow a.
tattnraes the actual riuolUn. "
r2tC.. Spwknui VM fl to
bed with taflwna M the tanr r I
Mr ScwitBU)was tom to Tort |You Need j You WeedChevrolets ;r U You NeedChevroltis
VIA-10+hxn cams w caw Itedlawd .,.K \ 'J' f
DMtrM taint his parents whew. MVM .
now yens rtd. B* VMpitolt a tChevrolets. ;:, ChevroletsPerfecfecl: : "" ,
of lUdUMd IfiIIt Schwa \t ; ;
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and of the Bfi. ElKVkaI Srtwolji -a New"' : Hew m f Improved j \
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TkootM Part. WMMactak. B* ..;
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was a adatsd tw a lost-d+stara l ;
Hiqf1.Compression 'All-Silent
;.codas ad tnM Backrest hmC .Glidin9.
seas web his aupiadw. tRTC Hydraulic' :
lx I Knee-Action I !


Injured in CrashAt I Engine Body : Ride ; .. "
ion Corner"ttw

... eatber .
use ;jsKnntna of X W SiztbI
she scene of M saaoteabaica
.cae t .... a tat dsiaoa by
Rex r....t Ml *t Mr ud Mrr
T FM ..f Iliairtu. +nlHiid
with in avtamobr'e drivem.,. Ift-
T Xafridl with rauJUtf injuries
to Mr and Mrs Kidrhtt and thru
.f CM Iris KBfcktt ctaim that. .' .

vn Walt Ihrm $o good that ft The foam Tha smoothest .' So oats-- '
Mrs Itaafeldt..The these cII IcS1I'anw. -
.... IL K.*. I mad Res.aim. rrstiles you .both ,y G 00-sts.l berths .\ safest, most $6 camh.1lfrl has
:X are to the Pta Cradaatebeepraf
Hnaa.lew4 when they SS htt>rssportrsr cntrtbifihn s +tilst. f .ndcb1, bra so --Aso dil ers?
tmwd tor shock lacerations 1 i
are beans
and ........ Mr. KafeattM 'With safe "i' ever buUt'l"\. :! ,i' a
ws1..... I ad bear 1M qe sad }. : .j; ..
beset.. did his vtte .... TvMd j'
at eM chid" 1M Fast r*.lk i
We" Nam.. BId VMcnVMtt &be stay I
of the CM lie VM You all these features
The Kultidl tar VM ..drifta&.1 get at lowest cost only in
M I6ghft wed bad 1M
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seesaw Srwnl raw coBUoMV I N
.. occurred H Obis IMdMCtiO*. I CHEVROLET

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Friday, April 9, .1937 THE. ENTERPRISE Paw Three
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LOCAL SCOUTS Automobile, Salesmen Today Sell R.P.W.C. Will Debate i LAND po-roinnD JEWTUH )
I Style, Says Pontiac Sales ManagerAutomobile A Jewflsh whoa weight was :
The Preiidenf bill to reorganize conservatively estimated at W9
pound wa caught on Margaret
IDEALLEADER salesmen today tell of the driving. the Supreme Court will be the I IIIIM'I i Reel north of Pacific beacon, by ji
Style it Jhey a....1004''s."'.rt'A In '"u16 'tru* that automobile ubject of a debate at Monday a fishing party composed of C. & !
the opinion of C. P Simpson, |en- engineer made many of their meeting of the Homestead Rice, X. A. Ames and Wm. Xos>.-. 1
3 ,eras sales.manager.of Pontjatf Motor great*** coritrlkutloai- design Business and Professional Wo In )fr. Rice' motor-sail boat The
Troop Birthday
BanquetHeld. *. darlrif this period; notably in the men'* Club In Legion hall fish was t'1ecI'tlll an hour acid !
Last Night. '. 'The* motor-car -of today 4* p''i field of aafety-: from the _taad.poia. 20 minutes, and by the Tim he
Those who Interested Invited
Legion Hall < Strip article1 ;he declares "and Of construction and opera are are was in the boat, every member 6f
.. motorist have become --more,elyleooacloua lion. 'Tbese factor la themselves i to attend. The meeting will 'the trio wa about played Out. .
Q The llmpl! statement of Dade thai:ever before.. had a tremendous appeal to the' begin at I.o'clock The party was "atlll flahtng
Macfarlane )*A* the depression faded 1>Ut.tlI.tlt i women driver I'I'i with the boat at anchor when themonster
automobile earntn. Un- "And, of course, a* anon a* any, "There la aa Intimacy in the wa hooked with rod and
he could have had a man like A. til two or three year ago car 'commodity make I broad general modern beautiful automobile like reel by Mr. Am**. After balf-
A, Koeitlin a* his scoutmaster salesmen had ttttl. to talk about appeal to the fair sex, style tnatant- the 1937 Pontiac, that.I* akin to an-hour'i struggle Mr. Ante call
When he was a Boy Scout, madeat except performance, dependability ,ty become paramount, and l III an wearing apparel. A woman put ed for a relief shift and Mr. Kopp
a banquet In honor of the fifth the reputation of the manufacturer Important blue in every *al.*. it on or get Into It juit the way took over the tackle, After 39(
birthday anniversary of the Home arid the stability of the 'The car of today ill virtuallya he doe a coat, an evening dress minute more Mr. Kopp called for
Mead troop, confirmed the conViction local dealer household article, because it I* or a pair of ahoea. She want Mr. Rice to take the next ahlft
.' of more than ninety per- "Part of the reason for the used equally by every adult member to look well in her new car In another 10 minute Mr. JewfUhwu
m sorts present that the local troop strong trend to style may be that of the family And everyone "Men may pay for them but I brought to gaff.
J'i ha the ideal scoutmaster when men had to go back to work know that the women numbers I'm pretty sure that the wives, Th big fellow wa carved with
The vociferous applause of the during the depression and put In of a family mud be satisfied before -I daughter and sweethearts of i the aid of an ax at the Mowry
'J' Scout gave evidence that their long hour at the office and In the any household article Is pur- America are buying the motor can street canal dock, and each ot the
organizer them. and leader 1* ace with hop, women did more and more chased. I I of 1937" I fishermen took a portion horn

Unprepared for Such unstinted '
expressions of appreciation, the t T : ,',
38-year-old scoutmaster and min. ,' ", >"" :' 'r' -:. \ ;
''' fltl') '''
ister, sat blushing with embarrassment
In which wa also to be read
however, a pardonable pleasure "
..tliat other believed his work F tt
worth while. .
A birthday cake with five
candle on It occupied a central
place |In the banquet hall In the
Legion building on South Krome
avenue A. F Arthur chairman
',. of the troop committee, acted a. eyp
matter of ceremonle Speaker
beside Mr. Macfarlan IncludedW.
Cecil Watson, chairman of the
t county camping committee;-Jame,
t T. Larlmore county scout commissioner
and lance Osborn, all from
Commissioner Larimore a* a surprise -
feature presented Cha Little -
with his Eagle Scout badge
In the presence of Charlei mother
I,., Mr C. W Little.
The banquet 'was given by the
'mother*"of the Homestead Scout 9 e
and was att ldttl by the boys, their
,M "girls," 'the troop' committeemen
.t and other Invited guest Ninety-
.b, four persons were present Two
violin numbers\ by Dr H. S. Wolfe,
accompanied by Mr*. J. H. Web.
ster, and accordion number by

Frank Blllelo comprised I musical : them over, here, la black and white to these fine ear and anaalngly low price
program KtOH the proof that .e offer you bargains von get"Good K 111"seconditienisg-acars.
that rant be....lehecl.Dy".......else in town. ful)rn--reqalriDI21eeparale"pt'Nd_
O"iOa Remember, the popularity of the 1937 Ana remember, too, that we can arrange
NATURQLGAS Gins "' Pontiac enable*us to choose only the best of term tuilyourpune.Conaelsi some
1 the tnde4ns! offered.Remember addition other smart buyer gets the bargain you.....
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FITTEDwill 1935 Pontiac Sedan 1934 Pontiac S Sedan

A ".I'1s.,. DeW tires and point: clean A real clean earl new Urea
P' pia

,,", ..r .._ I $545 $395

FROM STRAIN AND 109 Gallons of 0. nEE (any brand 100 Gallons .r Gas nEE (any brand)
It beacht aM bltr than S... AprIl I' It bought not later thaI Bat., April II

Perfect Vision EASY 1936 WILLYS 71 SEDAN : $415 193-1 CHEVROLET COUPE; rum-

Consult original paint i low mileage ble seat, practically new $39
Gas nn (any br.DdllI bought tires; a real clean car
Dr. NeuenschwandcrDr not later than 'alurdu April 1(1( 10. Gallons Gas FREE: : (oaf brand) If bought

D. GonzalezOPTO.IIETRISTS TERMSjfoo STUUEBAKEIt SEDAN'aot later than Saturday, April II

dtires and lots of mile- $165 1933 CHEVROLET PICKUP new

are. tires and paint $375;
i 111 Venetian Arcade Miaul 10 Gallons Gas FREE (say brand If bought 100 Gallons Gaa ran: (any brand)
After May 1st, lUIrisi A.....-! sot later than Saturday, April 10 If bought not later than Saturday, April 10
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I TEELEADER-EMEPPRISE:Dade Izaak Walton League Members \ TIDBITS tag1' ..- Sites "f

i Published Friday at Htfead ****- I To Telegraph Protests to Legislators Br Holllater ,. Apn (When com.miMioner '

, FU-. by UM Ieeda Dade -- BLOODSHED IN HOMESTEAD lorbe city ot KiMlni.
rbBUng ee.I history'has pose recently threw pen a tract
with the department In the world'
uatairnear an agreement
Aroused by the "groa Always
I et agriculture the Cam depart been quarrel and the lakeftvnt property wrthln give ;
I of the admlcuttraUaa propoul then :city
\ JSEI'f' Aston ____ Eat. to divert a large sum from sat van due is get SUS a Madfor, i Jhaddinc' of blood among mankind.But limit* with free tohorn* propoul builder,

, JKJUUOUX LEACH AKCKUiittir .t the agate *etunuUtethegeneral -' an deer kilted m lhaa dries .Thai mankind ha not been the only away Iota .
the tretwry 4W M with the ......* tt
, '- __ A.eeiste sditaeaaMrred .... fu>* Da e ...... glue a *.. *ltlif; biped given to warfare Strutting they MW rMidcnto-their
L af the iamb Waken La*- see which WM to lie .Md .m re- l proudly the beautifu trove '
(Chapter : .***** totnay city
Uca-lre* arms to art rt owned John Tower,
vlw and Ute-wide tuttiig .
se |gwt bat trawled a But of Paw" apBiinai fOIl itch
Match .. 111. art CM. pod I movement to combat this alleged tills Daimerrialk2thn. $ "Whv1and- are buying building tile within the tint

.... .*.*.......ft*****,.*,a4OMMt :mlu ilicatton ot fund sot "arrived tbis e.-i W. days, It a berry tarUey .gobbler.Hilo MmaooChcr week,' prep a, Th, .j
ever. tf wnle .tt* Veattrof )*r* Ulm* foQr.uracte4'1ft
*< Marvin I. JIT*. of the Tpfanter doubtful we Sew
At lively aettfcm d to aery
'I[ tagW Hitter an*, be *eem
Jl auf .
hank Walton ?
'[ at K* Miami Hubfcwie=Tue4ay *- undisputed.xwOtortty to Ufam .tb national' new*'aervic** aai .
In. racE It" A n.u one **on* awl brMkg vreuure.U bald that KMmme
| ......... wa (tnattlnoutyladootoa. C SchaK ..Ul necootlou slept i* sew It am-
the 4ao caK*
it haw tetrgnM .**nt! bear.. proper. wrwla himself win have pjictrty of apyiinm from '
b Fertilizer Extensive! |Its Dale CMntyt peps eaativea II>r ewerled. Cmaftirle thesewwmbrance euUid *ta.*. '
A.utioII.... wi" go fpcwazd 1 Om stirring of ambttio. and [ Th new faometlaadiag propoul of 4
Ito the aisle legislature by a* Blair ancient Un- .
of his
Fertilizer pride art relatively' wit tile chapker four briow red to Cevamor Gen and. FloridaCtMervalion : wan sponsored by the focal Junior
lower ttuui the *of other omm- !eighty member a*CM b*readied I CownoU end vanoui mes.lsssrtina. s day he boldly 1 I Chamber of commerce 'at a bid to r
U heritage one nearthe
ot In Ah* state to establish home
dittos fartUuer ha I been mprovjng at chat notice. Other riff tde Chamber the _nh. Intending tofTrfnr"1" sportsmen
flow at
ia quality M* awe remit I* a 1 chapter at the league win be win lie urged to tab*,an active part the spot, and excellent bunting and fishing
230 per cent annual profit on the urged to tk similar prompt action. t* a general movement to.aid the thus and the gooee-itep 6t the!f to be found *t Kiaiimmo The 13. I.

tavnunent: and the purchase take: I game department to U* goaiearvaUon gobbler and his follower but, property Involved overlooks a
and davora 4 completely mile stretch of beautiful take Tohopekaliga -
but a very _U part of the fammer'a Tb wiovenwut wa precipitatedby the rooster found to his surprise; and was formerly bell )

income The** an eoochulonj, a* aggressive speech by H. L.. from pabtm. that the boastful gobbler Wit no l by the city for park purpose : '
reached in an examination of lertiliicr Member of the chapter attntdIng wind. VixlUtmayed, each:
,Schaller of Miami, state fame,i. bat ot : The only restriction i* that applicants ,
price which appear in the 1 commissioner for the fourth con- the meeting' tram Homestead. new at the other, tooth and nail, r mutt erect home worth j
Fertilizer Review. published by:greaiional dictnct After yean elli included W. & FhMMra..local c nservatkm or rather beak and spur and from IS.SOO U. ;

the National Fertilizer A oclaUoL' i sacrifice and drastic curtaOoientof officer Victor Parker I leather* How they filled the air 1 present group to.r'c.: ; :taken I II

TIle cod at fertilizer i* mearared expenses by warden and official and Lee C. Bishop.COO.. with war crie: This was five I up soon, an adjoining tract, also

by three ya dstieke-its price brelation *, the game and fresh water I I day ago, and stilt the battle rage, en the lake, win be opened upon 'B !
to other oaramoditie tit all along the troD reminding vlt
Slat accumulateda officials .
flab department on dmflar term, city; tay.Kluimme
value to the fanner and his ability I Kurt ot silly maa ale his am
surplus fund ot about $M4M ; 1* connected by IIIwipble -
to for It. Tot Price of a ear':',I bitions.And.
pay ,from the sale of hunting and timing water with both' the Atlantic
tnodity stated In dollar and seats, what wit be the outcome fan i
., Son*** to eporUraen SchalIcrtald. ocean and the Gulf of Mix.tro
tails to Indicate whether It If cheap!;t' This fund was to lie devotod tOotuiuM Front hle1W) this waste of good blood, beauty and it the gateway to torrt'> It''

or expensive b order to determine > tt wideaing the scope tt thedepartment' Au- and tered-op enerfy which rep' lacy where deer turkey ducka. \\ J
the relative eKpenlvnet of, laM eoneervatioo. the most Smut year beginning. resent the wealth at flit nations 'quail and other gam abound. '
daub b* examinedlin gtntt. Merely a peace which may eadur ,
fertilizer It the tore Governor Cut Townsend of Indiana
by>> augmenting .
program toward erecting '
Further *tcp through an turkey generation.
with that related',I .
iwBpariMn shown lathe with"
wa papers r
ot warden at ttragette potato, *- .
a WPA project to aid the d\11D How muck better had a dozen ot ,
factor his legal limit of -pound bat
tabllshlng breeding preeervea its current drive Improve *anUation the intelligentsia on both sides
According to price studies made deer and wild fowl and restocking in the negro section win betaken been elected to confer together and I.caught there.

by the United States department!:certain streams and lakes with by Councilman A. F Webb,' aWe the dispute in the word

of agriculture. the tormef" prewar I gam fish."Now Frank Rue and Henry Brooker and ringing oratory ot their re-I ANNOUNCINGNEW -

dollar If worth today only 7tecnta \ the =:tem:1 Jr, named at a committee by I l spite give claimanla. fay not I t.TTODATESERVICE

M the commodities be buy.troller propose Mayor Tom J. Harris, acting coun-I man leant t valuable lesson from I DEPT.
ire now setting oa the average at take 1:5.004 from our hard-earned ell..idfttt. to confer with WPA the turkey

price 17 per cent higher than in fund and throw tt Into the general and county authorities on the A very large bag that cam to : Redland Appliance

the >...war period In contract: fund pool to ue for other pur-I problem of Installing an adequateytem Homestead containing fertilizer the I Phase Cg

to this when the farmer burl fertilizer pews than that for which It wa of toilets In the "quarter.' other day wa t used bag 1roml I Service on anEefrigers4ors

hi prj-war dollar i* worth mtoiHfed" Schaller tald. lie -- Assistance of the WPA ha been I'' China. U was imported I Washers --Inner Baum
$1.04. Of the 11 coramodlUe: ortroupe ed the move "a bare-faced teaL" container of castor bean It betrayed Commerdal1)Dttalleftrare
Offered in letting up a project
of eonunodiUe bought by His attitude received the unanimout -: whereby the building of septic: a leak for Florida. The I and Water feeler

farnMn fOIl which the department and enthusiastic support lot' toilet pit would be performed by' Redlandi can produce enter betfn*',I I Small ANIta_
compute price figure, only one to the. Wattonian preaeat who favored ext profitably and ought to b* doingit HMM Vllriaf
coat to time city
labor tt no
now sorting below the 11101914level quick and tardbl act.CIIII"to | cept materials, amounting to M.M Why do we send to the opposite -!! C.J. BROWN
and that one b fertilizer. i block She divenion.Whoteute would b borne aide of the world tor what w. :, settee ManaierNATUROL
;for each pit. which *
Front March. 131. when prices I laughter Of dteef'Ia,I by Individual property owner can raise right here at hornet I

wen at their low point wild now. tick-mfeited counties at the mitigation ITh i Homestead area would lie II
received by farmer for of the -cattlemen' 1obb1..1 tft.t GAS
price t Icluiied I In t eountywide '| "') Homestead city limits. Was adopted -
theii product have Injcretied 1W else wa condemned In vigorous M read.
now progren. I
per cent During this sane period term by the chapter which votedto diacunion.I The municipal tourist trailer
and CleanTlrrU
prime paid by them for a& com*,I contact personally through a After considerable camp was ordered closed tor the Is Quick
750 I
mod..* bought bv tone up XT committee State Senator Graham I contract for VIe purchaa
cummer after the council wa advised BeaieetealHARRY'S
Holt fort of 3\ in. ,Goodrich life hose p. Lynn
ha risen Lindaey. I
per cant but fertilizer and Representative that only one camp occupantremained. I
on i\ tie per cent Another study and Overstreet to Insist. that all at $1.aQ per foot wa awarded to According to Ivey I
Hector Supply Co.. whose bid, *1-
from a governmental aaurot chows deer-killing be brought
that wry little expense wa incurred
that uoc 1(80 tile ratio of Uw price refutation ol the Same department though of the Eureka lightly How'Co higher .thaq. was ac- In operation at the camp during\ lag.awasy f

of fertilizer to .commodity price "In Collier County alone S45 deemed more the aetfoa. I
hat {teen falling .. .deer wets killed and recorded during -i cpmpaAied by term
acceptable to the city.George
Nat onftf art fertilizer .*'* gel. the tick eradication enanpalgn.' former \
E. UcCaaklll...
tint: cheaper in relation to other and no doubt many, more wen I --r------ I
commodities but Itavaiuoh* alydi 'take* \_ ,,,be. record; Cnmmi city attorney, appeared WELDING SHOPi
tIII1 council to explain Item In ------1 i
been increasing .niJlVMBty donor SCTrHler reported."rundet I
pert .n,. The average ton ol ] of (400 for legal services R'EINCETON, rt*,

completefertiHieT to not the' acre for fertilizer last go' 'In preperrng papers '
an year lederal'appn.1 CUII4er.81ecU.
the validate bond and gain Portable Cleetrl and Acetylene Wrldlpg vt
am* commodity a.was aver.age back tn increased v.lue.rUle crop of the WPA light plantuteJ'IIJon Cylinder Bead. Mandolin Carillon tad *Utrt.
too SO year ago .er 19 yeanago. !
.1.... per acre. Results shown project recently coot''
In 120. mixed fertilUei by experiment conducted on va- pleted. On motion *f Councilman Automation Mach.\ne RepaWnr-Catering U garage la wale

used in the United Stale contain rtou crop In many date by tgricultural Rue the attorney was granted bearing paring tad alicaed reaming, cennertiiig rod -pearlag
ed m the average 271 pound ol station al
experiment $MO on account. and baring and cylinder berlng..
plant food la each tan. At thepresent point to the value of the Increasec
time the average content yield ot several time the cot otl Resolution IS*, canceling tax EXPERT WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEEDREDLAND

I* about M9 pound, an Increase olII fertilizer used. From the standpoint certificate on tax exempt land

per cent. In addition to thbincrea I. of financial return fertUlzeila : owned by Dade. County, within I

** In plant food content: tile not expensive Cast of fertili-!

mechanical condition hat been Imprav .I nor U not a big Item of cxpenw to

ed. facilitating application and I:the tanner when compared wltt

Increasing efficiency. I hit income: or with other expenditure BRAND FERTILIZERS

The article then raises and an- I In 1134 fertilizer costs represented o

were the tjuetion at to what fertilizer i I only J-08 per cent of gronfarm

U worth to>> the farmer. On,I income and 4.M per cent ol I FOR CITRUS AND TRUCK

the basis of fix Important crop.,I income realized from crop alone

fertilization resulted laM..rtar it ,expenditure for fertilizer wen
an average return of $1M foi well In than half of the expenditure CROPS.
every dollar spent foe fertilizer, or''I for wage of Aired help at.I

an annual return of 130 per cent interest, or taxes, or feed or tile '

t on onbe corn Investment at YTootter, Ohio Experiment. tndicaU :coat truck of, arid operating tractors automobile or expenditure Our formulas are prepared to meet the needs of Dads (

that the farmer who pent $273 for farm Implement

I : Qunty.soils. Insecticides and fungicides carried iirj: I

DItlLA.BEUGERDentist DR.R.S.AKERS desired. _'.t:
: stock and mixed as

", Office.Ileonvt DENTIST.. **. to I v **. ; Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.:1 '

36 N.Krome Avenue I.....'. to It .

Closed tatarday =Jfanaaeturers Red land Brand Fertilizerf I
: Free Parking Space -o II FRANK B. RUE '. KOXCSTEAD.: 1%*.
Office Hours 8:304:30OPEN


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) Friday, April 3,1937 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE. .. ,., .- ..Pap Plea.

1 Redland Baseball I Coach Elder Gives 'Achievement# Utmlef ;Flovt'era Taken; council farwttig the and following was ejected year tithe dud
WauchuUD I I
By Death at : served 'ne...... R I" Thtttnt
!: Squad Wins First I Tests in Junior and Senior HighThe was. mayor at that rime and J. IX
flowers one of Homesteada
Redd, Joe L Burtbn. W J T"',*-
Game of Its Season -- pioneer MId k member!: t>t dell J. E. Cochran R E. Eduardo
completion of achievement football and baaketball and I the dry ouuncil wHrn the town! and W. r. Wlsm composed the red
In football, basketball, badminton points In badminton and handball I wa In its infancy, died suddenlyat I of the council.
JtrfkcuJ High Schoofa baseball and handball at the local high Second plan wee taken by Martin -' his home in VYauchula on Wed- A* building committeeman Mr.
(can, won its first game of the school nark the close of UM tint Bishop with (1 points followed: peaday according to word received Flower was responsible fat the
lesson Friday afternoon at the half of the left which win closely brltaadolph Cave with 20 by bid brother, W. B. non Of purchase of land where the city

tydlajtd field by swamping FortLftudefdaJe determine the outstanding all- point I thla city, yesterday hall now stands and supervised

High School, 16-S.i around athJete among the Junior Within the eta group, tXiket Born in Madison County (3 year' erection el the building. At Uwr
Outstanding features were the two- and senior high school bay*. The1 West was first in the senior lai at, Hunter flowers came .. time of till death he continued It
hit Pitching of Roy Campbell and : Junior group I* composed Of boy with 11 point Earl Smith around Homestead In 1014 la engage ingrade own properly II considerable value
UI_ plugging of tuben Greenwood, from the aetentft, eighth and ninth with I points, and Tommy Collins kt Homestead In particular the
big catcher who hit a home run, .i grade, and the senior group of third with 'pointla the Junior Ralph Drlling wa ant "show M" at the comer of Kmme
telplr and two tingle out of four Mr from the ....eleventh and
I Little high
elm Charlie wa with 3 and Leslie Cheshire.Barney Avenue and ]f. K. Second street
time. at bit Campbell set nineLauderdato points
twelfth grade. Thee teat are Cave
with 38 point, ftandotp Godwin and Alfred Varn4o He moved to Waucmila to enter
j players back by the graded oa the paint tyttem. and and Pierre I
aecond wltirM points, tied) fur second place with the fruiV-grewtnt Industry In
|trlke-out route. are kept In addition to the record MctMnlel third ,with If point In 1M4.
6 each
Coach C. Cutteridge used has e* the individual' standing In his sophomore clat. WlBlam Me point Within the last two week the Beside the widow Mrs Kate
rntlrk squad during the game and eta**, from theee two records 88 point
a Michael was lint with have bee hard at Flower, he to survived by threej
begs heat-1
taiunued storing. bey CM 'determine' hit rorran' Martid Bishop aeoend IIpolnttfknd I 1 brothers: W. B. Flowers of Homestead -
and 'dirt en the
: spreading
t. Aedlkndlte' Miami th'd\ ing ,
The play
and tonalatently work toward bet. Roy Martin with athletic field jcraaa from the oft I John R. and W. r. Flower
.nel".ill'" Miami Beach this
at torlnc hU record.In 1 ,
IS sites
point Thlt win make possible a riser of )Madison and by five
afternoon and Tuesday Red
I' Raider! of Miami Edison come to each of the tout majot'.tportss In the junior high school groupJ. eeft\pMe program by previdingl Mrs. Minnie C Hughes of Paholwe
he Redland field. Both standard of achievement to setup T. Godwin wa lint with 44 facilities for track, baseball and I Mrs. Julia SL Johns of Lakeland
JO o'clock. gameswill to that there win be a definite pointa; fred Chapman second! with diamond ball A back stop ha, Mr Maggie Detoche, Mr Frank
I: btillat : mark M shoot at The boys who M points, and Jack Sullivan third beta erected and bean put In. !, Martin and Mrs. Bell Lope of
Xedtaarf R II KVihlea pass these required test m the with S8 pointe. J. T. Godwin by The tennis court abe MIl been Improved 'Madison,

I 2b. __..___ I :3Campbell I major sport end show adequate virtue of his good work In bad' and there to plenty of
trf: .___._?. 2: I 0 knowledge and satisfactory par minton and handball anuuued I' equipment at hand. It to expected -I Betty: "LM you know what TV*
Graham, lb _.__ "2 2 0 I tlclpatio 4a the minor'sports win enough points to put him far In the I that the tennis court will be Just been told' When a girl pets
Edwards, at ___? I 1 0 be considered to have met the requirements lead. I used a great deal during the afternoon married she must look forward to
Campbell, R. p.. ... :2 I 0 I, of the physical education In the ninth grade tree Chapman hours after school and over preparing thirty thousand menls!
(, Greenwood, e ... S 4 0 I department The boy havIng led with S9 points, Jack SUl- the week end. j Beryl "Well. fancy having to
1( Cowan It- __ 0 0 0 the greatest number of points livan was second with 28 point, The sports program between now open thirty thousand tins'!".-London

Holt, cf ...__--.-...... .. 000 I will therefore be entitled to recognition and Oscar Clonlnger third with IT and the end of the school year will I Daily Herald.
,j r Chambers, K. Ib .... 2 .1 1 a* the belt all-around athlete point In the eighth grade I. be very full a* I it la the aim of the I
Rogers, IfProthero ....-,..- .- I 1 O! In achooL The boy hiving the T. Godwin wu first with 44 points department to provide each boy Rhodes.-So that's your nev-
t ttHilson ........_ _. '. 0 0 0 I It second greatest number of point Jack McMichael second with tt with skills and Interest In the variou ; overcoat? Isn't It rather loud"
If -_...... 0 0 0 will be coiuldered the runner-up point and James Sullivan third game that will carry on, Rhoads-Yebut I Intend to
t B Mon, cf ....__. :::' a'o t In tabulating the result of these with 1* pointa. In the seventh;1 through the summer months. wear k muffler on it-.Ex.:
Leggett, c .- "-- 0 0 0 tests, any boy may earn a total of 1 ---- -. -
; ; 100 point in each group In the

I' IS 2 four major sports of football basketball -
ft Landerdale R it 11: track and baseball A
tax: 2b __... 0 0 1 total of 100 point may be earned NAT

Ivet, Jo '_'___'__' .. 0 0 0 I alto In each group In the minor
Meter. pr"!"t. :=: 4.x01,11 eporta,'such aa handbill, croquet,
Becker e -1 0 I: badminton, hone than, peddle MO/IY

Kirk Ib __..___ 1 I Ii tennji and lawn tennis. Thus, If YOU
P. Gore M 0 I I any boy should make only an

Gambel If _-'--.- 0 0 0 average record In the major sports,
*. Core rf ____ 419 0 It I II possible for him to rated his ,
Zlpci'. d ..:JpcLLA standard by proficiency the minor

'"> I 1-jS 6 There are twenty achievement
Struck out lr Campbell, t: "bytActttfi teat for the major sports and the

9, ,.rJIftm rum Green-I points awarded for first, aecond
wood. Kirk. Three-base bits: and third place are .-..1. In the
Greenwood Graham. Two-base minor sports, points awarded for /
hit: Edward I tint, second and third place are

1053.In .
One of the two girl on the bu the tests just completed In
WM reading a newipaper. the senior group Charlie Little l
"I nee," she remarked to her and William McMichael are tied MOM
companion, "that Mr. So-and-So : for tint place with 38 point each
the octogenarian I* dead. Now, Charlie Little hat 38 polnte In football ALL 5 BASIC SERVICES r
what on earth to an octogenarian and basketball, and no point
"I'm lure I h'nven't the faintest In badminton and handball; William For Complete Homo Refrigeration

idea, replied the other girl "But McMichael has 80 point In 1. GREATER ICEABILITY2k

they're a sickly lot You never I .
tear ct One but he'* dtlna.Ex. J. T. TOMERLIN JSnds "'Cssrwggie"end "lea'errsase"I '--- -"
'ComfeH '
Accepted SwaIn: "I know I'm Freight, Dirt, Weed, Shavings. Nei 9-W" X"lisaerfort
Hot much to look at" eta hauled
The girl;: "Still,youTi be at work Call ell- ii.asatead 3. GREATER PROTECT-AMLITY
alt: da-TlM Chaser
K-J 1064 o.r7=. wgg..l 5
9YtfffnktsiMottt ores, lies kicked by Gar ae
win tuft M year hems svety dar tkrtagk *.


If- '. A. JtitnuiltMl Deify tlutHtOB ONLY FMtttMatf MM VOLWetetfluie PRICES
1 s he ,w:: :we"I alw.ese 5s4shw ire= AS LOW AS
:. .W1.14 a..N.w caw. a Y-.r. glass .
1 .=. _..., .... 1I;:.. FalaN ... cry M 5w .. lases
t er.1..e1- sew_s ...._ eels.ltea. *
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; csrnnw so" PVKWI4 bill tat*ftkteat(*t I***Use 1 ,
, *. Bm; ktlMt, -.. MMMettUMIeHMM >" ." $110.75HOMESTE
j ; Barr ay MMrlpM ** TM OkftMDw s.naw ......* MWHlnllllI M lvswr*srlOOslr S moving
Loesawuatsa ,.eawuM -16 1" parts imtlmdutt tae .
I iMtb lMlll4la as-SMUIM A rear SI M,I amass sir twMoe. pumsealtry old.sealed .
apdiut median ud dirt.HiTHlritoorwkbM .
.... !Give. wtirn-Dvey at aaraing a.iag.
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with Cabs the Off gee. teeth powder which YkoH t>k *" r **sew rafirfgatkaa*aunf year* Poet
: pekettate to the hidden crevices between the t '- li>k ntting e1e tea *My asrra weal ta some wept,bee
... Plaiaial Refreshing Pree the gwakkk4 p Cuba*asss5* son i. ors Psasaed 4 oOaS17 Wu7Y lH Ands y
Ik *ee....akal to M*.

TRY CALOX AT ova EXPENSE tofiSfe-S! S.nn.biyoarxoftll rrfglddrs i eanplecesalseer seed give

What CalM will des fee year teeth la easily 0.1ck )| UfwwaMWimMrrTgm-'wa l lf
demonstrated by yen yew own bete a* eve y t Ssr1 tnmemml astUftctioa la a reyflt7tii.i.iiin -
enyana. Simply tU :the koepM with year < Wgersaoc, low like frigidaM
Mae end address sad Mail It le M. You will
"-- recefTa live a test can of CALOX sow goi.g M at ever ..sowvrr
TOOTH POWD *..the ..wde* kaere and raw.
.Mr* people are ...... very day.

*. McKanon A Snobs, less r.(, Comm.
!**! s.e. all day trial ef CALOX tooTH fOTftEJI. .. ....- ti D FURNITURE CO.
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Pain Sir- ._ ,..T1IE FJi..E.KTERPRlSBX. V 1 *.',. :' ". v.-j -. Friday, April 9;1M7totlllilfflilill

) i 17 eSe Cliiji Mi ni !Y' "friTiee lJTai
lmUllU conceimmnnl
i 54 CARS lfA1NTJID! :1 Tyr o Expert 'Associate

To Be Given Tonight Auditorium j :. .
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20 Years AgoD1IIIItuIiUIiItlhIt7ItillallIAaIAtlna ORANGE AT BECK{ xos yule E.Oeiftow, .
charge of the radio service of I U
Tonight at I o'clock the Bach "Fairest Lord Jesus," Willis Montgomery Ward It Company '

( OF FLORIDA LIONSA I vetted choir composed of singer* Cherubim Song" Bortnyanxky store st Grand Junction Colo.,. 1(.."
from all part of the Redland District "Create In Me a Clean Heart" now operating a repair shop Iff j
The fol.-1.e n.w ..... ..e will give its annual concert Lundqultt the Redland Appliance store, 201*
a.11.I 1M W .like.,.>M..f>.< 1 Star a.0.WeI IS Kit, long line of orange colored I of sacred and secular music In the (Above three a cappella) N. Krorn avenue R-H Ione"S. ,'
so bomb rs.w 04-W 064 motor cart taking Florida Lions auditorium of the Neve King Cooper *O Holy Stillness" _. OnT manager of Redland Appliance
._.........-Ort.It. INI. Visa she 1111s. to their International conventionat I School at Homestead. Piano sole by Mrs. Russet Elder said that )fr. Dcnbow's technlitraining .*

Chicago In Jury WM pictured This community chorus ha been "A Morning Prayer" ... Sibelius and wide experience' ass
-"Mr and MM. Tom Brooker announce to the Redland District Lions rehearsing for the put four week "Pastorale" _. ..__. _. .__ Lint pecially fits him to act as an ad-'i
the approaching wedding" Tuesday eight! by Millard Conk- under the direction of Irving Lyon. Instrumental trio by Dr. H. viser to hort-wve radio f.ns.]

of their sister Bessie Lorraine 1m, district governor of Florid I experienced choir director who KM j Wolft.oJ'rIck and Mrs .8.1 who are Invited to come In and get,|
Harris to Carl A. Deden, to take Lfcwia. staged tucceifuUy similar concerts Older."Grandfather's. acquainted with high'Mr.

place the tatter part of May""The Over fifty four-door sedan will i here for several year Ne admission dock" .- Done also nnounced this ,

marriage of James Fitzpatrick I be furnished for the motorcade by will be charged, butfreewill a I Lullaby and Goodnight" Brahms week that C. J. Brown, muter J
and Milt Grate Polk hi J an automobile manufacturer They offering will be taken (Above two ladles' churus) /t electrician who has his beadquajv*
.been announced for April 17th. will be lettered In blue with the I the proceeds of which will go to "GUnnina Mia' from "The Fire- 'ton at Redland Appliance ha Just

The ceremony will be performedIn name of the city above the legend the Homestead swimming pool repair fly" _" _.. __ .___ Feral extensive
the Baptist Church by the Rev "Florida Lion Club," on the sides I fund after the expense of "The Sleigh" __ .. KountaJoshua completed refrigeration an and all-j j jelectrical
W J. Barton." of the cars. The word "Florida"will music for the concert has been Fit the Battle of Jericho" home appliances ;

The stocking shower given at be painted on the car roof for covered. ... __ .. _._.__..... Gaul u ranges, washers, and Ironera such,.,
the home of Mn John Moffett onTuesday the benefit of spectators in buildings The program which will begin (Incidental solo by Ivan Moser) and Is prepared to give expert ter.
in honor of Miss One In cities along the way The at S o'clock i* a* follows: "No Not Despartngly" _. Spratt vice and Vdvlc
Polk wu quite in elaborate affair trunk door will be reserved for

The color scheme of pink designs originated by the local the Lion of the value of a state cordion numbers, and Rita De- whites until they are stiff but not
carried out to the club .
and green wu lano two solos accompaniedby
minutest detail The porch WM I The motorcade will have Jacksonville highway patroL He emphasized Miss tang Dingman at the piano. dry adding the sugar when they
and !: the the necessity of keeping the law look glossy Continue beating until -.i
decorated with pink roses ala day prior to open- of
Alexander, master
Chester white stiff to.
the enough
fern Mn Thomaa presided 4t 1 rill, of the convention Mr. Conklin enforcement body divorced from ceremonies two numbers. I are ,
,. sang stand In peak Spread the merin-
It will to Chicagovia
the punch bowl and served pink said. proceed politic
punch I I. Washington, D. C. gue over the top of the pie fining'qto
W. L Flak announced that the the edge of the crust Bake IS
-'"One of the pretty social event I I In Chicago where the entire usual convention Miami and Miami Beach Lions are Hints to Housewives to 20 minute In a very moderate
will not stage _
whir htook place Saturday, wa co-operating In the move begun oven (329) until delicately brown''
the pre-nuptial shower given by ]'parade, the Florida lion have by the local Lions for a Florida,, For a good meringue allow I The moderate heat allow the protein

Milt ElM Halnlln In honor of the I'I been given permission motor to paradeslow I state road patrol under civil service -j I egg white to a pie and I level of the egg white to conk'throulb
In their brilliant can. '
charming bride-to-be Mil Nellie I themotorcade I tablespoon of sugar to each egg slowly and become firma
A sound car will accompany I.
Robinson daughter of Mr. and I to broadcast program Morgan von Valkenburgh pres.lWent j white a few grain of lilt, and a it will stand up after the meringue -
Mn. C M. Robinson whose marriage -
of vanilla Beat the hM cooled.
along the route. A service truck ( of the Miami Lima, spokeof few drop
to Mr. Nat Crapo of Red land ,
win take place this aprlng Miss also will be provided for the trip. the friendliness of the Redlsnd|
club and Its initiative abil-1 I
William Joyce, Dade Countypurchasing
Halnlln'i attractive home on Red- I :
agent, gave an height Ity REDLAND CAFE
land road WM artistically decorated -
for the occafion-U) red andwhite I;' Into the duties of his office sndmentioned John R. Van Arnam's Radio I
few of the wide Barn Dance band played several I
I heart predominating. Miss a MRS. A. NABOtt. .,...
Harriet Mclntyre. aa accomplished ,, variety of article that must be numbers. On the program, which j
/, ualcl.a, gave Mvertl beautiful purchased through his department. wa presented by John Neat- PINNER M PLATE LUNCH SSe

stations while the company gathered I r.. a Gary, who organized the lie Dorothy Dingman played sc-

In the dining room which bad Maryland state police In 1(39, told
pink rows for the color echeme I !
Milt Robinson wa then blindfolded -!. ley, M. J. Brownlow. Seymour ANNUAL SPRING

and placed at the table which j I 1, Dane V H. Cast Z. E.Hair.,!:. R.
was loaded with a bewildering Hair C. W. Overall C.N. WaldP.
umber of beribboned. package of I C. Halnlln. J. O. Murray, O. A.!

.U aims and shapes, and asked to Habilla. E. J. Cut Jay Simon One Cent Sale

guess the content of each pack i L. Hearn and the '
age. also l the color M handed to Robinson Harriet Melittyre, Agnes

her. which wa very amusing when :I Strickland Luna Ida and Emma II The foll-'.. list Is just a few ef the nosy Item bwlsecd la this One Cost Sale. Teo pay the

found bow some of the answers I Wald Lulu and Hattie Overall regular price for aa article and fee eae HIlt owe yea gel sa extra package ef the same article or
fit and some did not fit the many I Nellie Baton. Mary Halnlln and ether merchandise e. sate of equal vslo*.
useful and ornamental gift bestowed the hostess. Miss Elsa Halnlln." j
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upon this little bride-to|:-"The entertainment committee For the Teeth Aids
be. Those assisting. Milt Halnlla .t the consolidated schodTar plan- Beauty
were: Mr*. P. C. Halnlln, lilt !'ning an unusual program) for SOc Mag-Cac Yooth Pute -.__.. I for lie 2.00 Lubin Toilet Waters--: t for MI
Mary Halnlin, Mr E J. Cut and'Tuesday evening, April 10th. when 23c Antiseptlne Tooth Paste I for te 2.00 Lubln Perfume ..._..:_..._..... 1 fee t.H
Mia Halntin' i Jennings Bryan will SOc Penilar Dental Cream .. S fee lie 1.00 Scentall Ice Cologne __..._ S fee
Mr Ben Phimmer Mr* William
BOc Antiseptlne Liquid, 18 ox. I fer lie 1.00 Mondalne Compacts "'__.. ... > for ...1
guest who assembled to with I I talk on her trip through the Holy 7Jc BoraUne, liquid astringent II ox. S foe lee 1.00 D'Onay Comtesse Face Powder S fer 1.*t
Mir Robinson every joy were: Land. )Irs. Ralph J Power and SOc Sodium Perborate flavored ... tree He SOc Polymol Hair Dress _.__..__ S fer He
Mesdames C. M. Robinson, Will Mrs. R. H. Fitzpatrick will contribute Soc Mag-Lac Tooth Brush _.. ,_ __.. I for lie SOc WiWroot Hair Dress ? .. __ ...*. t fer lie
Mohan, Ben Plummer, Sarah i I to the program with selections SOc Penslar Tooth Brush _. ._ t fee lie SOc Spring Blossom Almond and Buttermilk -
Croft J M. Retkker. 1 B. Blakta- of their beautiful music." lie Junior Tooth Brush __ SferMe Cream- .._....._ ..._ .__ S f er He0c
SOc Nyal Magnesia Tooth Paste .__ I fee He Spring Blossom Cold Cream __.1 for fie
SOe Nydenta Tooth Plate ..... .. S for Ha25c SOc Spring Blossom Vanishing Cream t fee He
Nyaeptol Tooth Paste S fee .Ie SOc Muriel Astor Almond Benzoin
rpfgo AMp 701 SOc Pylora Tooth Powder S f er lie Cream __... S for H.
SOc Nyseptol Tooth Brush .. S for HeSOe SOc Cosmetine -- I fee He
Joe IS VONE] Holdtite Dental Plate Powder Sterile SOc Camphor Ice Lotion :.:: S far He
SOc Nyseptol Mouth Wash _,. ?' S for tie lie Glycerine and Bay Rum 4 ox__. S for tie
ISc Creme of Almonds_ _....._.'., I fer tie
IHI/f Shaving Needs Family Remedies *
SOc Colonial Club Shaving Cream I for He
SOc Cherry Bark Cough Syrup S for HeISe
life Colonial Club Shaving Lotion. S for Sit Eye Tone _. _.. .... S tau tie
tie Colonial Club Talc for Men.2
for Ste 1.00 Hypophosphlte Compound .
SOc Colonial Club Bay Rum t f er lie Syrup _.. .__.__. _. ,...-.._ I fer III
SOc Colonial Club Llllc Vegetal S far He25c .. .
TQfflN1with 1.00 SsnaparUla Compound _- -. a fer 1.11
Swav Razor Blsdes. S* S for Ie35c
Oe Blackberry-and Jamaica Ginger for He
Nelson's Brush less I lre.m S fee Ue25c 100 Beef. Iron and Wine _._ __.. I fee til ,
Ne'Shavlna Lotion'.2 for Se SOc Buchu and Juniper Nil _._:._ S far Ha.2Sc .
tic NtSShari", Cream ._ .....1 fee 2eSOe Cascara Comp. Aromatic ._. t far IM2Se
Ultra Vegetal _?.._'.. __._..,t for HeISc NyaT Corn Remover __.r- I for Me1JM 9
SHUW'H-W'WAM. V.. Gtavlng Cream-BrnshleMt fer See Buohu and Palmetto Comp. : I fee LH t.
)Se .___ ,
Thlrty-Five Shave Talc S fair le 2Sc Boric
I lOcI Par Shave Cream .._._._..__.S foe He 4 ox, Acid Powder_ (.filter. lop..),Sterile' .
ENAHELOIDTht Fir Lucky Tiger; Shaving Cream _t fez Me ISc Epsom Sat., i es.- -... .-..a-. S foci a.. "

i: lOc Senna Leaves 1 ox .. S f er U* '
For Baby 2te Castor Oil. 1 oa. t fee Vm J
Decorative! Enamel Soc White Liniment ._...SIN lie
25c Castorla __.... .. ._ .._ .t far See 1.00 Cod Tablets' ,1.11' .
Liver Oil (100) I fez
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k'l to easy to brighten up.In gorgeous color, 2Sc ISc Zinc Stearate S fat tie SOc Extox (for poison ivy) S for I to,
i Glycerine Suppo.jtories ,,2 for lie: Witch Hazel Extract, !' ot I fer W*
fur"'"", woodwork and tort with mil wonder ISc Baby Cough Syrup S for 2Ce2S i
ful enamel Anyone CM ass It Owe coal doe the (fob Boric Acid Powder t for the lie TScCal-O-MineLotion, lie*. S t for far 36e lee' :i
Glycerine Suppositories, Adult
sown soKdlf. deface In four hours without a trace .f brush ISc Boric Acid Ointment S far toe ISc Aromatic Spirits Ammonia S far au
morkk And kw.. It brings the tinkle of newness to oU ISC Aromatic Castor OU S for Me tic Imitation Vanilla, So. S fet Zia'o

thing Get I con here II
today. Try It tontaM-
We have IrtomeWd -

In 16 bright' sparkling I
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... :;,Friday,.A nil 9v19 7.."'..,-'t THE.LEADER* 'TERPRISE .Pa Sewn : t
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,' hai ;'i.-.; *, Lairse.-rbaturnf, .,- ....vend.-Shne'mnr' MhoaVtareapMidlnthis '
.t,". "IM.- ."! ....... T ftf' 0 0' -,.,- .j .... ''''.'''''''I .. day aaoralag..Mrs. Bowsnea or-.1 r .week to rkit. i 'I
_. a [formerly Mill Ulllaa i Continued on Pap Tm ,, )
In and JIrou.nd'Homestead Mrs.. Zttaabcth CMnworth and I
son Arthur whrf have beei% ptnd-
big the winter tore, left Wednesday MFtjft
for their home la Hunttegten,
tad. NowOnSale! .1

Harry Martin, IOn of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Martin underwenta
major operation at the PottGraduate
Mr. and Mr*. Richard shear, Ga., arrived Sunday to visit hospital
bee of Port Richmond. Schnlb-I her brother-in-law and lla\er. Mr. Sunday.:....-..
and Mr Robert Dunn and her
tend N. Y. who art *
C. H. HaD ot Miami, father of
Miami have bought the j sitter, Mia Vera Delk.
winter in 1 I Mrs.. R. L. Walker of Homestead

Chas Schumacher drive and Richard place on road WestBauer I I I Mr. and Mr*. Ceo. E. Archer of underwent an operation Thursday

dr The/ plan to remodel the houae i i'i Augusta Ga., visited Mr. Archer1 Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. William
brother and lister-ln-law, Mr. andMr
and make It their permanent home. I and two of their daughter, Misses
'I *. Ben Archer Wednesday nightand Elitabcth and Lucille, who movedto
; off I Thursday morning while on .
A deep le fishing party
t '' In the fall visited Mrs.J. .
Tavernier last week-end wa made: their way home from a vacation M. Martin and other frlereli :
up of E. J. taferty of Jacksonville.'I trip to Key West from Thursday until today.C I ,
Florida manager of the American "
r i Mr*. Geo. Bill of Miami and her
Chemical Co., andMrs. I
Agricultural I I i mother Mr*. Albert Wise visited M. Redd. Ben Bigger, Bert :
Mr. and Mr H S.
a I|, Mr. and Mr*. N. Q. Ball Sunday. Branch and Thomas Whitehead
two children and Mini
Looper I left last night for South Carolina.
Jane Bennett ot Fort Lauderdale, Mrs. H. H. wln-returned Saturday Mr. Redd will proceed to Aiken, ii
and Mr. and Mr T. B. Grantham I from a vlalt of several day his former home, on a business trip

r of Homestead.A ._ I II with Mr*. Roy Marsh In Miami. and will return here In about 10 ;I II
While there ahe attended the Miami days His companion on the trip
and '
ion weighing seven one-
Beach flower show.i I II will farm In the Charleston section:
s fourth pound was born to Mr. andMr ,
I -- -- -- during the summer. JEtl CTftldlTTMm
*. H. McLaughlin of Princetonat i I W. T. Watkn of Plant City visited -
the Post Graduate hospital Wed.neiday. In Homestead ,
Wednesday and O.E.
Mr. and Mrs. Dornhelm of 1 I
f They have named. him I IM. Thursday of last week with his son-i I Miami visited Mr. and Mrs. W. B.I j
Hal Serdon. | In-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.T. Flower yesterday. Mr Dorn P, rtlsurs1ldJllgfalent

..*. Geo. W. Koael and hergranddaughter ; B. Grantham--- i I helm, formerly Miss Dorothy Cur I
little Florence Harriet ry and her husband were shell,
Mr. and Mr*. M. Slmond and -s/
hunting In the Royal Palm Park
Lowe/ are pending: several Mr. and Mr*. 1. Birk, all of Miami, 's f
area during her visit tohie r4jl
day with Mr*. KOM| ion and were recent visitors at the Grant
daughter-in-law, Mr*. Geo. W.'' Mahan home. Mr*. Slmond ha neighborhood.Mr I If Wringer to anip

Itoie4 Ir.. at Chapman Field. had her daughter In school In ----
I I and Mrs Van E. Huff of
JrI el
Miami during the school year, butt f S '
Miami were guests at the home ol
The Rev. John Porte and C.New.
the close of the achool the
: year Mr. and Mrs. H. Done Sun- ,
; Ralph tltAtr ,
Bemhelier Redland Thursday
ton left
family will return to their home at
I morning for the north. Mr. I Cayo Mambl, Cuba. day. ,
Bernheiacr will go to New York I
Miss Barbara Brown of Miami
City and Mr. Porte will spend some I Wm. McMlchTet and Hiram,
Beach the week-end Of ,
week with his son, William In Bitch went to Eau Game Mondayand I wa guest gitAtorw
Min Carolee Done. Mia Esther
Washington, D. C. returned Wednetda,. ,
Done pent Saturday and Sunday
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Mr and Mr*. H. H. Burbank will I MIN Virginia Doney;; ha recovered In Coral Gable

kave for their La Grange, III, from an attack of Influ- i I aft .
home tomorrow. 1 enza. 1 FLORIDA CITY

M.A4adhlra; B. Clure., eft I :, nd MraTcr H. Liar= Mrs '!. W, !,sour Corpor'ot I ,Stirt elg
I daughter; Mary Lou, spent -
Saturday to.*peod the summer In : 4 C"yCle r1r rGesolin
Sunday in Fort Lauderdale.Mr. >f r. and Mrs. P. A. Bowman an pto
'Palmetto. Their niece Min :......;...... 'ounce the arrival of a ten and
a Dorothy Falrcloth, accompaniedthem I and M..*. L. J. William baa one-halt 'ransrnbitoa ,
pound daughter, Rhoda I
.* far ai Lakeland where moved from Mr.Flora Compton'i I
he reside i j|i apartment to the garageapartment Motor'w
'i of Wm. McMlchaeL
Mm Edna Mae Thelaen of Fort'

Lauderdale spent Monday afternoon 'I' Mix Lou Belle Grennell ha WEARI
and night visiting her sister, been ill with Influenza since Mon ,
Min Kathryn Thelaen. girl physical day .
education instructor at Mr*. Ruth Scott .vII In the Poet am closing eat my entire 111!
Homestead High School; I Graduate hospital this week for I stock .f high claas _.', wear. Don't let the lack of electricity
a minor operation. Case IB and be year own
The Rev. E. L. Nelson la spendIng i keep you from owning a new Norse
the week at Camp Roosevelt ; W. M. Slve.ter Jett Tuesdayfor I Judge.Florida
Autobuilt Washer. New
In Ocala where he la taking the Wsuchula where lie will be City Soda models pow

special course that la being given employed.Mrs. I Fountain ered by a strong, simple, 4-cycle gasoline -

for minister \ .' L. Albany; ;: of Key Largo i I M. B. Sllvennaa.. motor work ai efficiently as any
Mr*. YC Mickey of Black underwent a major operation at''
electric washer made* Th. low price

will amaze you when )investigate

I its swift action, extra capacity, "1iC..

rVE MADE PAINT rOil IS YEARS AND t STILL SAY- time" construction, and advanced

/ convenience features. Come In today

<, |You Can't Fool the Sun for a demonstration. The Norge self-

powered wa.hecan: easily be converted

'j l with cheap House Paint to electric operation at any

time. SS

: r SUN, wind sad wens W caa't be |ob-21% *a }e% rote coverage
14 y fooled wish cheap house palM.yo Per itttom'raad seal prowcdo
I Chop Palms b tike skimmed milk S(.Js>st sun. wind had weather
-ae' cad sad iftil lull toes Bate froMcdoa toss will UM lot pan) DOWN PAYMENT $5 50

1 mosey, bus there' ao "sioiiritk- alter cheap pals be cblpp i. NOW AS LOW AS
1J. meat" la it. It may look good at cracked curled up sad died. Ad
I lice start-hsl k cows more la she k will seas you .less ia the .....

I 'rrase you base M buy mot If wax to be proad of
W It-*dotsa'l rf sad It do u1Mr yea font Iome-.ed ap..d the COM af ro. AGAIN NORGE lEA1Jf I
Wad**,for yaw to cosae get a
it itI Staadanl House Paint oe hoe coot card tress r author
"F tke ember bead I* a trtt faUtr ....._dMUf today sad take ad.MHge
produce-made tram my special of Us special oaW oe.aay
1 / formals so tllal h resists salt, Dada Staadard House Palau
molls air,bat me sad mildew far
h Loader*mod*piiac I've here I
making **y Standard PalM Now Ar-7-AZLoaf
sor} years,sod It> mtnt fciUd
; 00 a lie af as,say pros*!*** 11. d. DAVIS COsBddNwre .' Redland Appliance

f OtPISID I Hen's that pcoasisst A premise ,Mbf --. .

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Pa jl e-Efght THE LEADEn.ENTERPRISE"Frfday: _, April 19,; t931I -'


: Social Events in South ; Dadev j t _

IUISAM- ONI ENGAGEMENT OytX Mrt. W. B. Cave, Mrt: J. BRIDAL IBOVVEK U GIVEN feature of the evening' fun Various MRS LEHMAN ELECTED

ANNOUNCED THE WEEK D. Ferkina Mra. Hunts Hardin, FOR )!as. J. P. HJKNDLSYMr game were played In the, AUXILIARY PRESIDENT .

Mr. ead Mr*. Ralph! Howard Mn. Jet S. Hortoej Mr Bruce J. P. MendJey of Miami, living room and on the porch Mn LM H. Lehman".nlrlt" Enala Mr*. Herbert Turner, Mrs. the former Miia Naomi Batt of Tw birthday cake were cut; president of the Woman'was AnxiUary elected

thetf daughter. kill Carefee lane, BurteylMndy, Mra. Fred Kuteldt, Homeatead, wa honored with a and served with lee cream by, of St John's Episcopal
and Lewis Troedwell Klatam .f Mn. T. I Walker, ..... J.a, Bird miscellaneous bridal shower by' Wanetta'i mother, Mr.. A. A. at t meeting held at the Church
home of
Mrs. S. A. Buchaoa Mrt Harold Mr*. T. E Kirby at her homeTuesday J .
Miami, temtttty of Hew Tort Koestline and Mr* Branch. There{M... London Carney FridayOther
Cny. O for4, Mrs. r.. I+. Daroey, Moses evening. The room were thirteen pink candle on officer elected
TIM weddlft4 will UM, place Mary and.Graft Bradley Misses 1 were decorated with Neater Lilies Wefwtta' cake and I fourteen en Mn. J; E. Oauzeni; secretary vieaprey;,dent Mr*.,
Grate and Allot Robson, Vial autllrtiuma. Harold1
arty in May, J A. Hooks: treasurer Mr*. JUctiw
helms Turner, Miss Inn Branch A wedding of the flower eoa Those present were! Marjorie and Huff

GEORGE: STEYEMS WEDS and Miss Pearl WbltahW.MIS. I tin. was won by Mn. Carl Andenpn Bayn, Me..)... Lewis, Marjorie education; committee chairman, of Mr religious, jr. E.

MOM HELEN aUXTtCY t and a bout keeping. contest Meter, Mary Ellen Gay, Katharine GauMns; chairman off Christian
CtAtTMC CAMrUttXOITEI was won by Mr. Ray Morganof I Orfanede. Virginia Kiitner,
George Steven* el Seutti Miami, Miami.The service committee Mr.
I ...*, resident! *f Hemettoad. tunxn umcBEOMMrt Yvonne Pollard ,France Lamb; Hook: United thank offeritif tut-
guests were aerved,tnaea Akne Xoeatllne
and Mia "*we Hartley It eolIut Claude A. Campbell eater. salad and after the contests Nina Indian, Mrt. Frank ftausman: sip:.
punch Louise
Grove were kneeled k* Fort tamed it a bridge KmcheoH at bet ''wert finUhed. Deering. ply! secretary, Mn. H. E.: Schaffj
Lauderdaie bit March M by Judge horn W.....,. Mrt Richard D. L. Bowen, Robert 8u11ard.j i chairman of the altar guild Mr*
Those Mr Hornet
present :
Boyd If..ucs.rN..... Nell Huff WM the lint prlaej Mrs. were ert fiybea, Elbert Wet, H. L Cook chairman of the attar
Davis, Mr*. A. D. Smith, Mr Aaderton <
Archer Freddie
) Fucha.. I
Jeffrey nd Ctrl Jeffrey of South Richard Klnard the second prize; [flower. Mrs. Hauiman; visiting
Mr. Mr .
Morgan I
Martin Frank Bilello
and Mrt. Dexter Home. the low Kenneth
Miami witnessed committee for
the the month of
eeremony April
lei Same, Mr*. Jeannette Be. Roe I I(I
f Glenn RelU Harry Han,
The bride attended Pone de score prtat |, Mr*. Milton B. Sackett and Mr*.
Mill Ruth Steffanl Miss
Leon High School Others present were: Mr., Russell >I rome Florence Jenne MU Susie Jack McMichad, Eldred Chimer II |I Lehman, and Young People'* Service
The" bridegroom Is arson of Mr.* Home Mr Albert Hinman, Preston Bird. I League chairman Miss Mar
Batta Miss Ben Lutz and the
and Mrt. M. H. Stevens and a W... Paul Reynolds, Mra. 'OrIn hosteu. I 'ola Gatuen

brother of Edward Charier end Smith Mrs. Burke Lowenthtl,Mn ThoM tending gifts Mr. IIILlAQt1Eto HAVE I Plan were made for some of
John S"vtllllU1d Mn Wm. :Rev*], David Barnes, Mrs. James Bird, J R. Chambllsi, Mix C. T. Harper MASQUERADE PARTY the member ot the auxiliary to
til of Homestetd. He came Mn Gordon Ivcy, Mrt Robert attend the
to Mn Bruce Ennli Mr Given The Hi-League win have a Masquerade to be heldat
{ Homestead with hit parent In Glenn and Miss Ellen Huff. Victor Mn. Tom Harris, Mn Bob, party at the home of Mr.1 the cathedral in Orlando. Apr.
lima and attended the Homestead 13 U and IS.
Dunn Mr*. Lester Lawrence, Mn.: and Mn. F. O. Bullard on Apr.
l schools Sine that Urn he hat LOCAL LEAGUERS ATTEND Ceo. Murray Mn. Marlow Jacob 15. Plant for this were made ata Thoae'prIan&' wenu the Reitt and'

been employed by the f. uchi Bale- SHINGLE PARTY IN MIAMI en, Mr*. Truman Bowen, Miss meeting held at the Methodist/Mrs. Milton B. Sackett. Mn Edw.

ins Company. Members of the Methodist Hl- Vera Delk and Mla Jennie Lob- Church Monday eveninc. Soling, Mrs W. J. Clark Mn.
They art residing In an apartment League of Homestead aa well at I dell Those attending, were: Marjorie I I Dearborn Mr. J. S. Horton Atn.

in South Miami '1 member of the Senior League attended !Moser. Edwina Close, Mildred and]I Huff Mn Schaff, Mn. Lehmanand

a shingle party at Grace QUILTING BEE IS HELD Margaret Field, June Perry, Mary the hostess.
MISS KATHERINR WILLIAMS Memorial Church la Miami las AT METHODIST PARSONAGEA Jo Close, Wanetta Koestline, -
MARRIES IN ORLANDO night. The party was given by the] Howard West, Edward Kirby I COMUS CLUB MEETSAT
Local friends of Mla Katherine Hi-Leagues of the district aa a friendship ring quilt which a! Jack McMichael and the leader LEHMAN HOME
Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mn I group of friend started to Quilt I
benefit for Southern College' at M .. E. i. Close.
c... H. Williams, learned this laktland. tor Mn A. A. Koratllne last week I members of the Comua Club

week of her marriage to Cecil at her home, the Methodist parsonage were entertained Thursdayeven.-
finished RAIN O* RHINE CLUB Ins at the home of Mr. and Mn
Atbtort .f Orlando. on De U. TWO ARE HONORED was Wednesday
afternoon. HONORS MRS. FRANK RUEA I Lee H. Lehman. The high score
The bride wu a pupil In Home. KITH BIRTHDAY SHOWER
birthday handkerchief award went to Mr. and Mrt. lead Junior High School when the Those who helped Mn. Koestline show
moved with ber parent to Orlandoin A surprise birthday shower 01 in the ..t&ernooJqulltln..* er wet given for Mn. Frank Rue Wakefleld and the April fools'
handkerchief wa given Apr. 1 at the Rain prize, to Mn. H E.
the tali Her were Mn. Tillie William, Mn. or Shine Club luncheon SchaU and
a surprise to her marriage.well was tt tin home of Mr. and Mra. tar John William, Mn. E. B. Koeit Wednesday at the home of Dr. Frank Hausman. ,

a* to her friend After parent a two-week a* A. Field for Mr*. "Howard Field 'line, Mr. C. M. Redd, Mr. A. S.Mo'e I Mrs. Fred Redd. Others preterit t' were: fife: and
ef Mr. and
wedding trip to Saint Augustine daughteMn-law Mn Mn O. L. Showalter, Mn. Present were: Mr. J. H. Webster Mn J. H. Webster, Mr. and Mrs.J. ,
field and Mia Thelma Mac-
the young couple returned to Or. Pecple. Mn Shaw, Mn Geo.: Mrs. H. P. McOaniei, Mra. C. H. McDaniel Mr. and, Mn. C.
lundo. Mahan. The house was decorated Smith, Mn. Mollle Wlngate, Mr*.i J. Parman, Mr*. Carl Deden Mn J. Parman. Mi and Mn E. A.
I with Easter lilies and other cut J. A. McNelU r Lee H. Lehman Mrs. Helen Hackler Ames Miss Elizabeth Hughes and

MR. AND MRS. WAKECTKLD I,lower Mr. Redd and Mrs. Rue Mr. Schaff.
Amusing garnet and contest
directed Mia Helen Field.
Mr and Mr. George !f. Wake- were by TO F. ... T. CLUB
After the I
field were hosts to the Teachersi game served cake,* and Ice M... Harry D. Wolfe wa* hostess .

Bridge Club on Tueaday High cream Present were beside those turned to the r L. and T. Club Tuesday s e

leon award were made to Mr*. were. Mr. and Mn. Lloyd Field evening at her home. Mn Gertrude i

W. E Bird and Frank Webb. Mn Lyle !Field Miss Grace Field, Ctpllnger won a prize far I'

Those prevent were: Mr. and rilate Antionttte and Helen Move, answering correctly the moat questions I I

.tn. Been Webb. Mr. Ind MM. Miss Mary McNlell, Miss Martha In a questionnaire Mrt
Frank Webb, Mr. and Mr* Julian Florence PacetU won the mysterypackage.
Close the Rev. Howard Field and Fresh
Webster, Mr. and Mr*. W. X. Bird Earl Field. i I.
and Mr and Mrs L. B. I tnMetL Fruit salad, cake and coffee I
The be were served lee
neat 1n"'InI-'U be at
YOUNG norttra: I'
Preeetit were: Mr*. Margaret
home of Mr and Me*. Bevo Webb. : I
Gay, Mr Edith Bailey Mrs.
MIDLAND LEAGUE GIVES The benefit dance given by the Blanche Chapman, Mr*., Pacettil CreamMade

ritll FRY AT BRIDGE: Young People Service League at Mr*. Hannah Moon, Mn. Caplinger -)

A", was give at the Kef the Log Tavern Friday night net. Mrs pfellia. MulUn. Miss ..

Largo bridge Friday evening for ted a profit of 137.50. I Eleanor Gay, a visitor, and the 1 wash Is8 trhll sap and To cloth
Mine* Ran and Carrie Bell hosteatv ,
the half of he Rediand Community I --I: .
Cave and Miss Marcia Causing Daily ,
church Epvrorth League that
formed the reception committee. .
won In an attendance contest. The
losing sloe provided the .Vita" Mm Edward Walton and MIN 1:1- BlkTHDATS "> In .: <.t -

Those present were: Mr. and len Huff were on the ticket bom A birthday party for Wanett Apply shaving cream \\r;
Mrt. Cotch Kufeldt, Mr. and Mn mlttea and Mb Henrietta Picktrdde Coeetline an4 Harold Thomas:

George W. Bullmait' MHo Wayne the ,bnuncement posters. Brancn was (Ivm A rU' ttt Our 4 Use suet
Calkins. Mill Kathryn Cast, Mill About one hundred jrounf people I the horn Of naroidi pars' '
Jean Catkins: MU Arvada Web- attended. f- I ctif Mr. and Mr*. Bert O. Branch Own "Ii_' '1,..
North First
star Mia Marie Borgardt Mill on svetnie. I :

Nora Greenwood Misses Bertha Fimimite prom Wire I Apply after .inv ,UtlMIIUT j

and Elizabeth Graft Misses Willlt Store. and we.
t Mae, Myrtle and Pearl Caaon SEA CARE "j 'f"

Misses Mary and Emily Engle "

i Miss Thelma McMahan the Rev.i : .: !J..
C O. Nelson, Johnny Borgardt. f! and Beauty I .. ":? -:
Karl: Swllley Charles and Jack :I' p ,

Turner, Billy Harford. George Tm. lltallt1 demands .i teYe_ ,1..' I -
Orunwell. Allen Harlem Karl the xyt .! car at Utlmea.

Field. and Wm. Hocutt. Whether y.u the g onneEUCENE I 1H PRODUCTS
with a wave, a facial AMONir-aACt. AMMTII
JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLCB TO a toanlcur*, ef any W Permanent ..tUT ''''1 .VIA ASKtO %' .

HAVE BENEFIT: CARD PARTY the other essential aid Z ie baieg we ees abaad. foil MV MONEY 'IN 2S TIAM 'B

At a business meeting of the to beauty, you'll find see lasdag eerie-seat's Osof
Junior Woman' Club of Home the akllled operator at a
stead Monday night, plan were PI' a Beauty Parlor M ..'. *. U4 weft glee. .,

mad for a benefit bridge' and ready to aerve you ** do ........ tugfcwSacnn OR COLD DISHES SERVED DAILY
bunco party to b* given Apr. 11 quickly at any time. I wins '
beefeg, '
aeea.lae leai'ae
at the Woman Club building I<.eto, Spiral adComblnaUoa i *. LM4m," yow 11:30 to 2:00

Those present were: Mn. E. J Vlf for iS* ...... with as

PERMANENT: WAVES ten Mdutatlmt and CitMt
lag'___ DIXIE DRUG
GAS Prices $5 $6, $7 11 --,

NATURAL PAT'SBEAUTY Bush's Berber Shop The Rexall Drug Store

For Continued Service
& Parlor] Homestead. Florida,
ling tX tyoai ig I.
waeatead item USSHere. 1IW,. '
( r MIlt LlUle ..... Opmior

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MRS. R. L WALKER GIVES C. N. Walker and Mn. F. 5. Saun dinner guests of Mr and Mn Paul i

BRIDGE-LDNCIIEOIV: den, a vUltor.Th : Eby of Miami Tuesday evening.

Mn R. L Walker wa hoatMa ne.t meeting wW be held Mr and Mn Shy wtt powmpaay
II Social Events I l at a bridge-luncheon Tuetday.Th at the RMM of l'hI. Jme.Olhnr I Mr.: and Mr*. Howtt FWd to
luncheon served it the QrwrfLantwn. at ESghth attest and<< Redland Roadon their' ,horn* In Lake Mary Satur {

WM followed ty bridge May S. day. ..
at the borne of Mn. H. P. ),{qioW. -. Circle Four met at the horn of1
Mr*. A. J. Van Marten where Mr. and Mn. Frank Turner of )

RKDLAND LEAGUE: TO HOLD of animal and rare fish; talk: Th tint pries WM awarded to Royal Service program WM given. Miami and their daughter Maud
SU.VKR t4 MO.NDAt J by Mr*. R. J. Shepherd,,the pres- ...... J.-A. Webb and tile second After the meeting i to*, and oook Ion, were dinner gueat of Mr*.

A Uw tea tor th* benefit of ident on proper,watering, taking onus-to. Mr*. JOto. RuelO. 101 ill lei were icrved. Harry D. Wolf S..,.
the lUdtand Epworth: League will cutting Md fertilising M a mean Burton'won the consolation Kli Present wen: Mr*. Julia Polk I
b* givers Monday ktWAMMr froth atpryTr ,,JlaM dIaa.....;... wJf: ****jar*** t went Mr*. Ce*' Mr*. AloIlatsr Sag, Mn. T. .
I 'to 3 o'clock by 1hprmlAmt. League's' a group of reading by )(rat Gee: M. onnkhn. Mr*. Td Scar ShacklefoKd. Mr*. S.K. Filch Mr*.

*ri.' GotUlelr,,K sfo sit; It.Rood; I 1 btrovgh. Mr*. John Scarborvugh,I A. A. Smith and Mr*. Van Uartor. .GROV'e f
'at Met him an'KrOsn511 1I8.' Among thferar plant identified Mr*. McDaniel. Mri. A. a Calk, :
T fti wW' be given by 441s4: we*/ : :- rl tob cUa rifle* by *fn. ...... Webb Mr*. Ftoyd M. F..... $ moa m. T. r. c. THEATRECOCONUT .
it*a Calkin and Uiti.BlDl* Hr- HolHrter,Sea,,.'fh* 'xxrtnmoiv: day Mn. Rhuehle, Mr*. Curtis Monroe, PLAN nsH Fez OEOTf I
. ford"'on ,thi'Tpworth'Lagd. Ji>-: flower by, Mn W..D/ B hop,)nd .....:- p;"IL sled Mr*. Paul Rey Th Senior B Y. P. U. at its .Stews and S Admission MeMa
Tacoma pa dprt by Mn. Wm. ...*, ....... Russell llorn*. Mn. ,
Mtuta. whlch'4 held-each'Sum- April business mating at the Flnt ..M* .*.. ui feat* Mlugixa ,
... MCA Tk'offering t.thrf tai will punlop. Joel J. Robinson Mr*. James Sot- Baptist Church Monday evening *.
fc* added to a fund that it being Present besides those named tile of Miami, "'rt. J. D. Perkins. mad plan for enlarging tee \ J
,'.J railed to lend delegate to the were: Mn. Don Fwreyra, Mn.' J. MU Miriam Burton Md the few- membership by planning better BMW Mom, ......
.t Institute again thl*'year.Mr A. McCready .Mr; Elberta: BulMn. tea*. program and by stressing th* six '
r *. Kufektt win be assisted by ftubert Potter. Mr*. H. 1Derbythhr point record tyitem. t f
her Men, Mr Pete Morgan,'Mm. *. Mn D. B. Snow,;'Mr*. W. Ml C. CIRCLES HOLD I An Interesting program with
Ashley< Rivera and Mr. Fred Mo R', Ruegf, Mn. W J.'ptmockMrlJa THEIR APRIL MEETINGS special music was planned for Sunday B 1 1tt
,Ja* Dobbin..Mri.Lucy Cilntoq,
Craw. : : nightThe
At the meeting of Greta One
Those Invited are: !lra. W. F.:,I Mri. Jai. McCready, Mn... X. 'aVrosdur :' of UM W. )(. U. at UM horn of social committee brought> I
I Calkin. Mr*. M.J. Browntow. Mr*.i Mn. V. C. 'Ball, 'Mri. Mr*. Geo. A. West Wednesday. plan tor a fish fry to be !
: held)
Tho, Brewer. Mr*. Chai. Turner,I,I Edw. BUhop' ; Mn.: Flora Compton, plan were made for a fishing tripto Tuesday night at the Florida V;
Urt. (]eo. W. Turner St., Mn.Ceo. .'F.'Mr toUl*. J. H.r. Simmons l and Mn B. be held Thursday Apr. ll| bay. Detail will be decided Sun. 1 \\\ !

W. Turner. Jr., Mr On Plana were made also for lending day 4Z
Stewart, Mn. Anna Meuenmith!!. """ ... a gift box to the Bapttat orphanage After! the meeting Myron Gren- u' J'
Mm. Dave Kufeldt Mr*. Sam The Calendar at.Arcadia. nell, president of the a Y. P. V- t' !
t Engl .Mr*. Fred KuJMdt 141'1.I .I I Mr*. Charles Martm WM In acted u holt and refreshed then t.'

.I Henry Kufeldt, Mn. Henry Bar- Apr. p...,Sacred and secular concert charge of the minion study, but present with hamburger and ...t ,\,.
lard Mn.B. A. WaMln. Mn. Fritz I IRutzkt I by Bach vested choir '(corn* because of the Illness of tier lOA orange Julo C.O :'I
Mn. A. E. 'Barnes, Mn. The next meeting will be at the ,
j' I mushy la Neva Harry! th* study was poetponed.Thoie
.Ihorua'at, J) m. : .
W. n. Cost, Mn. W; Roberttbn, home of Mia Christine Hughes.Miss
King Cooper ituUtorlum. Swimming present were: Mn. Art
': Mn. 1C. K Clark, Mn. Dan Roberts -
Mn. J. F. McCullough. Mrs.e Apr.Meeting pool benefit of Arcrn Club. Reichert C. R. Bigger Mn.. Frank Mn. L Irwin A. Wise Mn. Marl Campbell. Dele of i iMr I Wed.. Ttmn. A.... 14. II

W. M. Brodle, Mn. Frank Stillman, In L0.0.F.hall. Mn. MUla, Mn. Cheiley Saunders *. P. J. Franklin, and Harold LEW ATRXIlM
Mn. M. A. Baker Mn. E. A. Carter Mn. William B. Mr Neat, both of Hallendale and Miss I
Apr. -Country fair at Florida Myrlck, *
i Mn. L. O. Adam, Mn. H. J. I
Loll Beam and Allen Neal were "SHAKEDOWN"r
Mock and the hotteu.
.', City town hall sponsored by La- I
Armstrong Mn. Ceo. W. Kosel, (dinner guests of Mr. and Mn. P.
die!*' Aid Society. Mn. H. U Reid WM hostess to: Frt, Sat. A,r. II. IT :
Mn. Joa. W. Low, Mrs.'Wm. Mc- J. Franklin Sunday.
Apr. 10 Rotary-Lion ipon- Circle Two at her home. Mr*. WILLIAM OARGAN I
Cullough, Mr Arthur Irwin Mr*
pool benefit dance at Home- Annie Butler gave the devotional, In I
w. H. Kennedy, Mn. C. DenPlummer. IlOred The Rv. and Mn. Howard Field "BREEZING HOME" ,
Country Club. and Mr*. J. C. Vann took charge
Mr Allen Harford.Mn :
and Mr. and Mn. Carl Field were
Apr. 11 Business meeting ofWoman' of the minion study period. ,
Jesse Soper. Mn. Ozro Hamlin -
Club of Homestead at
Mr*. J. T. Lewis, Mr*. Agnes Apr. 10-Aram* Club benefit Others present were: Mn. Homer '
Reed, Mn. Willie King, Mr Ernest Davis, Mn. Letter Lawrence Mn. i
fish supper! In I. O. O. F. hall.
King Mr*. W. Beck, Mn. M., Vera Summerlln Mn. Bert Andrews -
Apr. 1*-Pot luck luncheon of
Lopes, Mn. J. Craft Mr*. Caaon Redland District Ministerial Association Mn. Ralph Edward, Mr*. !
a F. Collier, Mr*. Fread, Mr*. Ora
Mn. A. W. January, Mr. Bob at home of Mr. and Mn.
Frazier and Mr*. T, E.: Kirby
Cooke, Mn. L. Douberly, Mr*. Wm. Dunlop. :.
Ben}. Grunwell -Mn. Geo. Reed 12-Debate Circle Three met at the home of ,
Mn. Ceo. E.: Deuel. Mn. J. W. Apr. on Supreme Mr*. S. L. West on Tuesday. Mn.j
Porte Mra. 'W. F. Thayer Mn. Court Homestead question Business at and meeting Professional of West conducted mission study By BACH VESTED
Clenney, Mn. U..E.: Martin W.... from the book "Tale of Two Peoples II
Women'i Club In
E.: M. Verona Mn. W. D. Mahan, ,* a story of the Jew and
hall at I
t Mra. Seymour Dane Mn. A. Rivera 1 p. m. Gentile! and Mr*. S. A. King gave

Mn. Fred McCraw, Mn. Pete 1 2.30.Apr.: a reading, "Prayer". Mn. H.
12 Silver tea for benefitof
Morgan, Mn. Leo Bemecker Mn. Collier, the leader, presided! durIng >
N. Luckey, Mn. H. C. Reely! Mn.J i Redland Epworth League the business *esiilon.Jelh .
home of Mri. Gottlieb
Avery, Mr*. Alice Simon Mri : "I I > a la mode and cake were
from I to 8 o'clock. ?
Frank Bemecker Sr., Mn. FranXBemecker terved. TonightHomestead
i Apr. 11 -Senior B. Y. P. U.
Jr., Mn E.: O Bittle, fry at Florida canalApr. Others present! were! : Mn. John ,
City Martin, Mn. W. D. Coker Mn
Mrt E. F Marshall Mr E. SwII-
ley, Mr*.Otto Bernecker, Mn. Fritz 19 Meeting of Garden S. Beam Mn. King, Mn. P. S'1
Jackson Miss Mary Leeds Miss Club with Mr*. R. J. Shepherd. I I Pose,., Mn. J. R. Pope, Mn.

Lillian Porte, Mini Estell Turner Apr. 21 Junior Woman' Club ry Pierce, Mri. W. E. Lewis, Mri. I
Mill Thelma Turner, Miss Kathryn benefit bridge and bunco party In I SchoolAuditorium
Cast Mill Eula Campbell Homestead Woman'i Club build Apr. 27 F. L. T. Club meeting -

ing.Apr. at home of Mr*. Margaret
MRS, 8ONMCHSEN HOSTESS 20-Meeting of Study Club Ga,. .
T9 GARDEN CLUB MEMBERS at horn Ot Min ennie Lobdelt i t May 14 Redland P.-T. A. I

t U.. O0O. Sonnlchsen enter. Apr 23 -- Holiertead' P.-T. A. neetlng at 8 p. m. Executive
lamed &M South Dad Garden Club meeting at ( o'clock !, committee meeting at 3 p. m.

Florida at}! her Dome City on Monday Tenth afternoon.street! in I : Sacred and Secular Songs

!in* program consisted ofc stalk HOMESTEAD HARDWARE CO.
by Mr*. Ceo. E. Deuc) on the I
animal life In Florida and the need I
08 a shorter hunting and tuning Phone 516-M Homestead, Fla. I OFFERING .

aeaaon to reduce the destruction .
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Pace Ten THE ENTRRPJU '..- ......:.Frkky= April 9: '193'l,;

-- neT J. C. Sims to Open Rev. J, 0.. Hanea Will ..

sciioOLNEWSNELLA SERMON TOPICS Revival Here April 25 Begin Revival Molina
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The Rev. I. C. Sims hat beep secured Revival eervke ace acbeduled

Apr. 11 Menial sermons to conduct revival service to. begin at the Homestead Meth.jodiit .'
8AUU, School Editor at the First Baptist Church of .
Galling the Crew el Ltf e", Church on Sunday, ans'nouncei
Homestead, the Rer ( !.; Walkerpastor I
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evening sessions "A Greater the pastor, the Rev. A., JKaettline
Sixth Meatk MOM BaJl Rutland U substituting levtral That Mtntm It Here". oT the church announced : ,. .1'IenpU! ; t'lwttie

Twelfth trade high.Geraldine days during the Illness of Mn, ;' Asm 14 '- Prayer awnrieetaibjeet I this week. The revival will begin -. Rent J. O: Hanel at Bfrratagtiafnl

Belt. Lou Belle Orennell Tommy Ruth Scott : "Keeisetiig the Jof efarratW. Apr. 21 ,. ."Mr. Hanes it McogaiiedhrMiVhout
Collins; tow, Dorothy 9yVt, Buddy Mr.' Sims, a brilliant.and witty :( the nation at One;of,
ntrpatrtek. The senior girls attended a "town Apr. IS Beginning ef re- speaker la well known to Homestead this outstanMmt angeNahtnthf":

Eleventh grid -,hlgh, Eugene and gown tea" tt the Universityf I rlrU service ay the Rev JT. C. audiences.John field- today," said Mir. KoetUUMd

Scherr Norm Cowman, Effle ( Miami Wednesday afternoon., Mime of Miami ,"He U truly called ot God", hedcepjjr >
'Booth, Cecelia Harper' Ruby Do- KIM Elinor Hayden and Mn. Frederick Slated oontecratodw he- baa g

lar Evelyn Pop, Alta Webster E. Close accompanied the girls. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH Speak to lUIS Apr. 14 truck needed message for'thlt1

low Wade Smith, Eloise Gossman I day. Homestead.. fortunatelij
Mary K. Kyle Either Pope Nell.Saula Catherine Topptno to a new pu Apr. 11 LeseraMnnonlople John Frederick, freshman I In the I having him here for two weeks.*''
the ninth grade this week.. CAre> Bin Disease and
all In
Ellen Vann, France: LoU,, eneral college, University of A cordial invitation It extendedto
The ninth grade Is sorry to lose Death RealfCHVKOI
Marjorie Moccr all to attend the services which.4
tftttle Callahan who hat gone to Florida, graduate of the Homestead -
Tenth grade high William are held daily both morning and
OF THE NAZARENE High School, will return hereto ,
McMichael, Marcia Giuient, speak Wednesday of next weekto evening. \

Madge Thompson; low, Harvey The Juniors have a half holiday Revival service conducted the student body of Homestead :

Newton, Annabel Redd Bank Friday to they are planning to every night by the Kev. H. B. school on the new general college, Ministerial Assn. Will 1

Byrum, Elizabeth Mcllwtln. have a party at the Venetian Calver' who preaches, sings, of the university, according to information Sleet at Dunlop Home
Ninth grade high
Pool plays and draws crayon IIluatntlons from Gainesville! i
Constance Scherr; low for hit songs Pictures The general college of the University
Coldla Orennell, Herbert Booth, The Redland District Ministerial
gives Gel All of
away. one. Florida one of the
Ron RelU Joe Piche, Jud Piche.Harry The eighth grade It sorry that Invited. |Association will hold its April potjluck
Harry Martin li 111 and they hope significant developments in higher I
Pierce, Eunice Walker. luncheon and meeting at the]
education, haa.
brought the
Eighth grade high Letter that he will have a speedy recovery home of Mr. and Mrt. William
HOMESTEAD METHODISTApr. university international attention
from his operation: which was per-
Archer. Wanetta Koestline Adrian I Dunlop Monday j
formed Sunday at the Post Graduate = and commendation.
Katherine H
Callahan Jack McMichael. Morning: a converted

Orfandei, low, Jay Newton, hospital. Jewess will tell about I R. D. Y. P. U. Committee ]
James Sullivan ROM Peterson : her conversion from Judaism ami Beach where they were Join
Preston Bird, Edwin Booth Eldred Miss Hayden's eighth grade has to Christianity. Evening ed by Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Severyof i Plans to Meet Sunday;

Oilmer, Mary'Ellen: Gay Virginia a half-holiday today. Evangelist J. O. Hanei ef Birmingham Miami. I I -
Klnner. Grace Or.,. I will begin a two- I I A meeting of the Redland Dfi.1:)JI
Seventh grade high, Polly A. I Mrs. Webb't clastlt tarry to lose ,week revival. Mr. and Mri. Geo. Bassett and I: .trie Young People's Union .1I

Garrison Mabel R. Pope, Doris I Virginia StudstlU,Who hat gone to A cordial welcome to all to iln. Lillian Dickerman and daughter -: gates will be held In the rat
Thompson; low Geneva Vann Chicago. This class hat four new all services. Miss Grace left Wednesday I' Baptist Church of Homestead ttl

Sixth grade high Hilda Dod- library book and U getting a new for their home in North Haven, 4:30: o'clock Sunday afternoon to*

IOn, Alhlry Kemp, Mary T Rut bookcase. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Conn., after a one-week visit with I'discuss plant for the general meet--
land Mr. and Mn. Hobart Brockett. log on May 30 and for socials?

fifth grade Vara RnMtiy,i Mri Wynn' sixth grade It ttudyIng Apr. 11 Evening worship I meeting.
Junt. Vann Clarice Dodton, Aleut I, batting averages and has been "Preabrterlanlsm". Mist Miry The Ladies' Aid Society of the All rcfreeentatlvei art asked ton

Connor, Barbara Blggefl Robert 1 I studying about Babe Ruth and Frances Arthur highway chairman Community Church It be present If any are unable *
Aspley.Fourth. : other players Now the pupils are ef young people's meetingat a country fair at the clt lponlOrln'l I come they are asked to notify MUtl

grade Doris Ada i i i keeping their own average of the I II 7 ,. m. evening. Mri. S. S. Kathryn Cast or to tend a au""".,
baseball chairman of the ttitute
Oodwin. Elizabeth Ttrterson, garnet.
M.rlel I .....: .-..,.............N......,.........................". charge of arrangements.The 'I
Connor John Taylor Jennie Hardy
Mary RaxUord I I I Mrs Fif leld't claw hat lost the FLORIDA CITY I I "Why are you to angry at the,

Third Grade Eileen Scharr, following pupils: Edward Norton --.."..."..............-.......,............._.. I nity Church Ladles' Aid of the Commu- I doctor"
Jolyne Mack, Winifred Danzey I Nathaniel Reynolds and Thomas .1I I met Wednesday afternoon "When I told him I was awfully
Second grade Alene KoenW Aideyro.Mist (Continued From Page Seven) 'at the home of Mri. S. S. jl awfully tired he asked to look at .

lln( ,'JamM Brows Gene Reynolds, Ida City with their mother M,.. Shields. my tongue*-Ex. '

Alfred Tomerlln, Donald Pwey, : Dorieyi fourth grade hasstarted E. J. Rhode

Peggy Stuardi. working on t May Day
First grade Elena Strickland, 'program entlttedJ'Th Posey Bed". Mr. and M.... VT J Chamberswho I New Protective Measuresnot
Arthur Brandenburg, Connie This class has made parrot bookmarks have spent the winter at the
Campbell, Annie Mae King Betty for lit new library bookt 'home of Mr. and Mn. J. H. Simmons ( a fertiliser)

Irene Simmons, Loulae William I Drawn on the blackboard It a left on Monday for northern Are now available to help control all diseases and Insects of Plant
beautiful April calendar decoratedIn points I I Life

Tuesday was senior Kid Day to pink flowers. Charlotte I Unhealthy growth of trees and plants la often caused by soil conditions
J the seniors came to school dressed Ceronlmo daughterof which cannot be corrected by fertilisers, althoughufertillzert
ai tint grader The "kids" had Mitt Ray's third grade hat had Mr. and Mrt. Wm. J. Geronimo, I have their place and use. You can dispense with one applicationof
I charge of the assembly program the last election Of the Kindness w. seriously this week but Is fertilizer and apply Itt cost to the coat of this new ,preparation

I and they gave ut an Idea of the Club. The officers elected are: now on the road to recovery and get results you have never been able to get.before.

i way a twenty-fifth century claaa President, Bobble Brandenburg,' Treatments consist of liquid application to soft and roota; spraying,
vice-president.. Jack Kemp; secretary Mrt. Ray Goodlng returned from if and
I will be conducted. With Alvin' necessary painting the trunkt it absorbed by roots and
Bridges aa teacher, the program i Jay Hobeon. The class was the Kendall hospital Tuesday leaves stimulating healthy growth and creating beneficial con.
follows sorry to low Eloise Howell who venlng.Mrt. ditlon inside the tree, or plant Treat i few trees-citrut, avocadosor
good morning
was II : long
1 left last week, mangos and then you will.. that this new preparation It a wonderful
gum parking, knowledge pill, daily Anna Baer entertained a new discovery
wit, morning lecture. an art periodIn
which Rudolph Young a Mrs. Thurman't class hat lost group of friends at bridge at her For further particulars call on our local representative Mr. Carl F.
drawing on the blackboard gave and several pupils Margaret and home Thursday afternoon. Present Warner S. Flatter Ave Homestead, Phone 37.
were Mrt. David Snow. Mn. H. t.
entertainment by Claude Heather who have gone to
Derbyshire and Mrt. Leonard ,
North Carolina: Donnie Lance who
Arthur By the close o( the day Its N. W. First Si
,all the students readily agreed hat gone to Oakland Park, Fla.; I reeman. _
and Donald Norton who hat returned
that the seniors were pretty good ,
"kids." to Michigan.In Mr. and Mrt. Clarence Money
and daughter Mitt Myrna French
L In second grade Bate Car- enjoyed a picnic Saturday at MI-
In aiwmbly Wednesday morning'penter won the prize In a castle
Mr. Hider gave a very interestingtalk contest The new contest begins
on the basketball garnet which Wednesday.
furner's Funeral Home
have been played during the year
He also gave the basketball boys Mr Edwards' second grade welcomes IUd' A3IRVL.VCE: SERVICE: :
their letters The boys who received a new pupil Dante Topplno.
letters went Manager lady Attendant
Billy .
Miss Jackson's first graders are
Arthur Earl Smith Charlie Little, Interested In the reading chart Phone ''l R Homestead r .
d Pierre McDanlel William Mo-
which ihowi, how many extra
Michael, Duke Weal Martin Bishop
I books they have read to the members
Randolph Cave and Harvey
of the fourth grade. When
'Rue. Mrs Mills, the music Instructor I some"JuT
I the book It finished they a
: led the group In singing little colored book by their namea ..-. i
several tongs. ,I on the chart This class hat 19 aA" 'UPCeuwwwirrsa

: ,new bookt bought with the money ... .
.. ..err:
; IU.7
The high school glee club sang taken in from a bunco party, : -n--It WHEN YOU BUY TilE
several numbers at the Ford exposition -
In Miami last Friday. All of the elementary clan rooms .
I !l are attractively decorated with THE DIXIE DRUG You may be lucky at games of chance

Edna Diggers was a school visitor spring borders of flowers windmills The Rezall Store but why risk your money buying unknown Y

Monday. butterflies and other things mneetead Florida raw blades Probe; Jr.-mad by the it

frorld'l largest maker of blades and selling! cot
I at 4 toe lot 11 adoub/.e-edc./ blade of blown 4

f DR. B. F. STEBBINS i IF quality.Ground boned lad stropped ky a < I

I II IRegistered pedal process: Probak Jr whisks through G f
( Optometrist13 yean practice In Homestead)
ONLY den-, stubborn whUkert without pull of
I We can now render you the tarn services In our Homestead I Irritation.
Your dealer hat
office that you may get In our Miami offices. We have equipped MONKEYJUNGLE Probak Jr.
our Homestead office with the latest of instruments turn at
Arneson Orthoptor with which we con correct muscular Imbalance
IN TIfE U.s. i
and straighten crossed eyes I "
I j Rooms 9 and ?. McCrory Arcade-Thura. 5:00: p. m. to B 00 p m. PROBAK
Saturday night-T:39 to 10:00 p m. Main offices Miami I10JW I II ADMISSION: ISO
I Flagler, air conditioned. Phones 32315 and 27133. Associate I .with this ad lOt) I
Or L. W Stebbln*, i Children 10e
Ingraham Bldg. with The Tumlin Clinic. Room 419. phone 8668" 4.a "onaIe .... JUNIOR BLADES
I Jim Associate. Dr T. A. Ste bl"*.
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r I 9, 1937 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Page Eleven

The "RedI ands' Rattler I heard NOTICE of (.II....HKUnY.,wows r.-....OfVKN._ that will the i*.

II; I f ad"'' 'MM kM. f..rh. rurriuM at WMQnutor .:-CLASSIFIED AIRS E.! 1 1

By SUttUJET RARENESS .' '= I eftthin wj ... I II f ;
INWlfi of the Monk.ncr .
.,'--.""'......-- ... I wed. iNWUi 1 *.... II. RATE: First Insertion 10* II line; subsequent insertions ,1
........ South, Range *l ftout
r HONOR ROILy But now I'm disillusionedI .....'.. 8 ...... wrote or WON kaSMloroUd 5< a lint ;

Eleventh grade high MI..I' wish that I might die.I I M ttw IntoTMoHoo of AMMO.nd ,.
I Rfekord Ro dt. !
he "jar**.Albright, Betty Blake, Mary made you my Ideal, you see, I All kM to to flM whk Uw Otork ot the FOR RENT FOR SALE Pullet ready to Uy. :
And I Somali of County CommlMloiwn on toUM I
so copied or "
Mildred Cox: Doris you,
''Ann Brpwrt; Also broiler batteries. Shanklln
( tese A. M. April ft. IM1Tto I'
eel :Trie*, Gordon Croasi low, Clyde I should have copied someone. I' Mend of County OvMmlMkMUpro: TO.Mm ', FOR RENT Modem 4.0011I1IIP Grove. (P23) y
elaeNow the OEM to select Map or all Wu.
;. $endetson. Don Lalk, Warren LRATH'KMAN' Cleat \., furnished. Small family |I II II
hsrRf { (Wood Albert Hainlin, Doris Ml'tett I'm flunking, too. By w. K MOBTON. D C. I preferred. Mrs. Peter Johnson FOR SALE Seedless grapefruit,

\ Aced is Jarman, Eleanor Mur- i -The Yellow Jacket --.- ---- -.A_. ..-U, MlNUTICR ;I: SOT N. W." 2tb St (al tf) I 35c bushel Mrs. Eva Collins. ), I

,*!ny, Anna- Mat Riaehart, Alice ..-- r '; Federal highway at Biscayne ')- \
III TWO COUNTY JUtwW's f01'l1T IN FOR RENT Neat apt. also bed i i
The Wheaton New :
'5 ge, Vary ThompsontTera ,at. define a AND Fla DADS t'DUNTT LO&IOA. drive. : !
bar, libel Roberts, Jennie Sue snap* course a* one In which the IN PIO.ATa. MO. ...n.I room. Good location. Mrs. Comp- .

.. :Bi>i r*, Gteti Glldden E; J. Gra. teacher does -not checkthe roll, I -1M 11., UTATS or JAMES' 4. IOI'E" I ton, 111 N. W. 4th St (pat) PURE GROVE HONEY.-heavy, ;'

: ;jtt1lJ. Kenneth Hawked, ClenuMntIRusaell make' assignments, or give falling OV INTKNTIOM-. HAS; ArX" i delicious. Bring your container
eel } Elizabeth'Halo PLICATION FOR riNAL DI8CHARGS1.Notln FOR RENT Nice cool iumlsh- Honest quarts 35 cent The
Jack Turner grades. Personally we wouldn.tiknow.
: ; I. iMrrkr .rm> that I k." filed ed apartment Private bath. Highway
Grove Kings
I II Sage
iti. 1 flow' tmtmn .... MtttlMi tm* Html I .
>b1e Uteekin M Curator of II.. -.. of I reasonable Ask at Western cart of Krome ave. J29lf)
A Twelfth grade high, Ronald ;; James a a<.... its .ssedI and that M theMth Union. (m28tf) 1

'. Kerfeot, Warren Wilson Carlotta i We always laugh at the teacher mtt tt April. IfSI... I.will. apply to theNaaasble I I I FOR SALE Ripe oranges, tan '
W. r. B. to Court Joonpf
-Ames ,Mary Fisher bw, Alone. Joke I Dade Cov.... ,....... Tar approval of FOR SALE ferine, grapefruit, fryers eggs,
'Bennett' Grady Cowan "Op&tISdhrader No matter what they ba.It'l tmU nttt repel and laP final din.larva Dr Shanklln Grove. H mile '
Curator of UM KMM ot 1._ '
Gwendolyn Campbell, not because they're funny M '. damaged A. 4 COTTAGES IN RtDLAND!I west of Florida City. (oSO-tfl .:

Mary Di Natal. Mary Chalker. But it'l l very good policy. I 'b m
Lucille Drlfgers Billie Harford ; -Florida Flambeau.The I Executor JRSSIC of Uw ri.A. SOPIR.A of Jame. see$4* FOR SALE 10-acre 20-year-old j

Joyce Hilliard, Myrtle Luckey A. ...... gooo.N. 6 room, furnished electric lights I| grapefruit grove. 800 Marsh
OrlflcL Colonade contribute W. ROSS BURTON lot 50x100. $97J seedless trees 24 old Taylor
Serafina \ Attorney tat CftMulur.April. I 1
p, A senior stood on the railroad ( I. I, K. '1. leI ...... avocado trees, a few Persian t

The following bit Just goes to I track, : I 5 room and bath well furnished lime trees. Holes blasted and ).

show the futility of It all: I The train was coming fait; !I ....,.. kid CALL will M FOR ronln4 RID kr the City I electric lights lot 90x100, $1353 made up for ITS tress. Tenant 1 ,

I put my trust and faith in youI I The train got off the railroad track, I.. _.._ for the following OMMIUM ....... house. Give away price: cash
.4 of furl ..4 ale,
rttm lobricMlp. $900
thought I could rely. I, And let the senior paul r:.....llM and InrawM which. will. be ro ( room, bath. fireplace, garage, down $1200; remainder.
Y nlMd kf Uw various Owruwpu of MM screened-tn porch entirely furnished federal land bank mortgage payable
I.k r mr a period mt Iwrln In 24 years. Address Grove 1
TeaT hundred thousand t.II-1 lot 100x100 $2150!
furl oil or distillate oultakkj far I 00000. Owner Box 928 Leader-Enter-
: THE HOME ............,. fo"Peyelo D/ast .trine. prlse.
kit_ fifty |1760e.ll._ l.krt ,, 8 room, bath fireplace entirely
1.It:1 calling oil for bov. raging; one kiinorWI furnished 2 acre land. Value SALE Citron. fresh or pif. .
I 1100 nlliHM lubricating oil for truck and !:'
mmmmimmmmmmmm W. D. HORNE CO. I mtmmtmmmmmmA i ears *. A, C. M. fin thotmii4 :ItMOlnlluiu I!I' $3500. Special price -. $2350 I served. Tropical tomato mince '
itA 1tl : cuDlln.I. "no klindroi (IOU) wen.looe l- I 040000 1 meat and sandwich filling, Iox. 1

too Break for Baby The-'::=furl DH .o k. delivered I. \aft '' W. F. Til AVER. EEDLAND ROAD I 20c; pint 35c. Calamondln In

y ear lou ok F. L C. drtlnc twit to r. B c.1 North of Plummer Drive Homestead I mall lots lOc qt Mrs. Geo. W.
water pump In Fta.
I I TM grind,.. = lubrieotl.i oil, lubrt.cMklS I Ii Kowl, Jungle Grove.
'I 0 your Infant feat the first-born 0 '0 g pretty bound to fall heir to odd >* to W 1tr-: :.miinMrMl. Unlit i iI I i FOR SALE Twd saddle burro II CARISSA3 lOc qt. CUTTINGSand i
I ttt water
and code of caat-offs-th old htgh- and K. K. Clarke,
I i Stallion mart t
" All bids nut be In the hands of the city SMALL PLANTS for inl>.
chair, the crib and the of th.-
toys < elm br won.. April K. which mi Itt Welt end Coconut Palm Drive, '
,. who cams before. The poor little hour ttt tttt on which MM fckk will kt Mrs. Ceo.V.. Koacl. Jungle
child probably wouldn't know the op.nrt kr the fly couMll R. F. D. Homeetesd. (pa.3) 1 I Grove, Redland road and Plum-
dlBennoe himself but he doe sle- I By order of the rltjr council.I !
the ( I I OOKDON IVEY, Purchasing A..... : FOR SAL]?--U.ed piano, good :
s (A, *. *. Hi $35. Grove, FOR SALE Chsyote 75c II
I condition, Flagler
doz. Chinese spinach Be ltv;
1 NOTirK TO mKIUTriM I) Kendall. (a9-16) ,
{, 111 Not ESTATE OF SUSAN ADAMS '' tree spinach 15c lb.; lemons lie

It I BROOK*. ItoMuH. '' 10 acre tract pine land exceptionally doz.; okra market price; carlnsa
III Uw County .....'. Court III t4 for I
I Dads X>mty, riorMi. ll Pebble. Mo. |, well located. Owner wishes Jelly. Mrs. Geo. W. Kosol, Sr.,
; r ''wn. to ell quickly, two acre cleared. I Plummer Dr. and Redland Rd.
a, T<1 All Creditors and All Persons Having Close In on power line. Will take
Claims or Dmn4ki Against Mid Estate 1 I! $55pe1' acre cash A good tract I II R. t. RED FRYERS-Live or dress-
I Yaw ttt .ash of Sea or. = oottfM I ed. Free delivery In city. Phone
the market.
and price below
ttt required to present nny and tfmnnd.
whlrk you or orlkW of you. sop I I J{. A. CAMERON 535-M. McEwen Poultry Plant.
...... I
n. .. /. the ol SUSAN ADAMS ,

| > > : : Wntrkoitor BROOKS. oMMOnl.Connty. Uu N.w of York Mt. tt Vwoon Uw ..,i I offer the following r.high clam, FOR SALE Guavai. 5e lb., only
Hun 'W r Hl.nto. County Judea of I! In small quantities Jungle
house .1.1I
i that I Dads niunly.. .l kn office In Uw Countynnirttl i desirable :
I dlrtj it Dodo County, ,_. withIn 1 <@> _...1..-__'S350.00 Grove Redland.
: gray dream on hit eight l ,......., Months fnn tlw tarn mtUw j'I 1 .. .._ _. fOOO.OOI I
tint p.blloUo. kmof. All .lal_ MANGO
450000 3e en 01 or
need a new } (Cf>
: tnt tnotttf art pMornM wlihlrt the -- -
; : : it Is, right u_ and In the ..._, pr..rl..W ._ I I See me for full detail These I 3V e pint Jungle Grove.
are obtainable shall b. boned M provided hy few .j I are GOOD.
.. and small : Dow Mink *. A. D. IM7 4004.. MISCELLANEOUSPIANO

I : cents. So :you I A. PALMER BROOK la most desirous of selling
to town on A. Ancillary Ad.I."tI'a.he Owner
put )fba dall] Estate of 5i... Ainnw Braulu (-room, frame house, all modern : TUNINCJ anon. ,;p; ;i;;
f I I*- with a great quantity
i Improvements sale
CHARLES 1. CROOKS j Good used plaao for cheap.
; Reidrnl A..L of fine substantial furniture, W. E. Koon. IH N. W. 3rd St
V 'JOHN c. SULLIVAN'. Mtoml, .1 rfd.. all bed linens and table linen; a
of Florida, Afltonwy for Anolllnry Ad..Iet....... wonderfully comfortable home.
: :
i : i First publlMtlon H.,. II. lest WANTED
upon whom "' It.N4.NOTICS This la offered at $2200. Make an
J and I I| offer either for cash or on terms .
WANTED TO -Sugar tare
of i
,f : I order- IIPKD mangoes, all kinds of tropical

Defend- I (Remote Rill No ISI I Here la a 0-room C. 8. B. house fruits and produce S. Rosen 7

,' rtby required \ NOTICE. koldor MKKKBV of Tan ULVEN.CIf.!: TknliBMtrioi .... ,I that cost over S4000 to build offered E.: 135th street, New York Clly.

: ; : of Complaint Jo//.. Mil bawd the Ird day ., Auliut.i to you at $2250. It certainly I
on or before I i A. D 1.1. hu tIM some In bop dew"I is great value at the price. WANTED BUY 10 or IS
of May A. and kM .... nppHntlo* for n Uu deed 400000 combination land In

.' :: : I I ; : e allegations to brawn to mmmt the folou.n tkmmtt| described Saw orrtlflou pmorrty onf In i I on main btrKJ well acres developed of section, electricity

j I; |I taken as con- | Uw,County of Dodo But* of rlorldu. .to. Po'r/.I'-IJ: : *, : available. Give full particular -

4r win LoM 1 sod *. loM Federal HI.I....".- 'gutter paving, all paid for. Owner *. I tun prepared to pay
l9ilkK'pinbuyvaalaynsMab.4he6p..ia'a that this li S. A. MurdoM Sub of Mod.Ho Plat has title Insurance offered at
the right
cash for
i, once a week Rook I, pun 69. I. the County of Dodo "I $400. Let me show there to you. from H to %
weeks in star d P"- 0.0000 sort of land. Perfect title expected.
t The am.a.m..t a1 the said property I
,[ 1M MM _lrI.... bound WM lo tlwMnt 1 lot, McClure Manor, on Campbell O. L. Randolph 317 W Calendar

i -; : in said ol M. C HurdMLUnlooj street, now out of the city Ave, LaGrange, Illinois.
W ridiimol -
MM omMkowoMll
for $150. ( 10)
oorardhw to low the oraorrtr ooMrio.
( 'od oWr.1. will ... now to tnt hl.W l kM. 000000 _
,( t : ... .. tea, eesrt bemee doer .. We Ones 4 lot across from M. J:. tone Nencc or arrt KATIOM roav TAX
Circuit Court 1- I. the mete d May. seep which church. All taxes'paid Wonderful DBRDooolo
1' : II few ON day of Map. 1987. I < Bill M*. tl>
) Dome 17th day d Marsh. 'tell?. apartment house sit*. $900.00. NOTICE IS HEKJ'BY UIVrM TkM
'! M. SWIFT, (, 4.04.0Raw W. U Volume hour ut TM CHIli.he ....*. Ita.S .
Deputy Clerk. a.ct;. d J= Venn.LYroua Frail Land .iS, based \ Sud day mt Job A. CIIM .
DaM County. ,..,_ Drive $55 kM filed MOJO ll may office tt KMowd.
: : Court ..... 10 acres Coconut Palm application for a ton dord 4. or h.
By H. 1A1I1:.. D. 0M.r. ..10 acres Kpmore Road $50 I ,meal Soar.... and tUfeM. ovkrooi,
1 ( It tf. Apr s. '.1 ,{ 5 acres Newton Road 150 I Uw MIowlo _...... prn. .ctr !I. the
T $125 : Coooty of l>.". our of ........, k.wul.ot ,
roes TAX ,HOTICE or APPIICATION roB TAX S acres scarified It Bit. II. Taws ml fit Oily
4 ( acres scarified $1000 Plat Book S. r*** 74. to Mol County ufDodo.
that i. I. Murphy I .0:011.. Florida City $3000 ." of rtorM..
._ of City of ..
I .....- .. dated NOTICE IB HCRkBY OIVKN that I.... acres Krome Ave. $12 MUn Tko the_Now ......,_tko.eased amid WM W-anertr In UM
.kM Signs Andes Hlruoo, bower of stow nod Con.W U
I D. IN 110 acres In 21-57-31 $ .
rf r. M. Crasher.Usk"
ttt .... mod. Tax Certificate No. loll bawd the MUM .
moan be -
law the6 pie day of .__ A. D. IMI. kM f11.dam. : II. A. CAMERON eald w"141csi.
to ..,... .. Fla. .d aes.dlaa Ia.he pt w.rte _rill.a
i .r B.M C.rtiflos. lo my nod kM nMdo .pll- rhone 7S ...mute. tohe ..._ bh/eee
.... .. pnp.rep. '"ties for a lax itbe 100 famous r will be Saw Minktmt
< rim - One l
Pieties, ...trI', Said certificate anbrW teI_.. at UM as
.' OrlHn.1 Town- described pmp.y 1o the County d D. .. Uw MHHk tI M.,, lost .Mob toIW

..... CouMy of Mobs*H of at Ihrldn.awls of..SKI... *, of section IS. I Buy a Home ; Sf4 M der able wi IMl IM1I *T ....... lie?, ,

,;' .. property moor I Township. 014 South, Range S* COM, : Buy Grove Land I &Clock M. LEATHRRMOM d Circuit ('.-.

WM U tk* woe ontatakir I* Acres nor. or law InIM : Ones c.a...... ......
County of IMM. BUM of FIordM.Ttea
1 Glade Land
i Buy Clftalt court sea,
....11 to rod-.w. OMowownt of NEW ps.pwy under H. JAMES D 1'1.
Uw Mid MrtlllMM Immune ww lo Uw name, By
d.r will Yea belief I ,Mir II X. Apt 1,91 I INEVVT
f ', C. UklnMm.IIOHM |t la say firm hat higher
,! et Apia A. II MU .*....... tttK '". ....... price are immJuBt.IW. -
1o, A. 0. ISM. 'od assenting Inw. Ion ww"McrnV
I : AM. od Ikorolo .lIr... odd to Uw least. ..Jbble. Bowel price. G. BALL .
I C" uit Court. the CoortkooM door on Ik.' first Moo.doy IW. wait
.* ) Comma, riurMo. [ I* the of M.y. IMJ, wklok k); .
the trd dny of liar. HIT. Bar aww.Trail 0tarJ' "' ....
.t: K IAMU. It. 0.. Dome... ItI ... .if ....... ".,. I UtMk fee this
age ng- Alit/
I' ; .. A_. S. 9, 11|. I, L .. ATHKRMAN. ftft& D'"nu.CC
Clark of Commit Court.Dool J testes a few aaeaith heawe.II. mmcD uxntB
I : : Comty rbnfMo.ClrmK '
Leader l Even *o &.,.,, 1 A. Cameron>> H. saws *'* :.1 I
it'IA.Fj( C.
p. tr' ,_ ;.
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'" Chandler Elected Head .JlIIi II "" '" :i'l' : 71" 11171:117:111" :: !! : II' I 1'' ,1>" :: ': ;': ':::' : '!: I '" :; :' ';:' ;! :!
Of Conservation Assn. '
.. -
r Directors of MM recently formed
'. County Soil Conservation Association -
.: held a meeting yesterdayand Salad Dressing SNOWDRIFT31b.can
/ elected L. L. chandler ofl I
Gould president and H L Cox
of Miami vice-president. The third I If qt jar __. 25c .__ 64c ';
member of the board, elected by n .1
the Homestead branch, ii WmMuMtlwhlte .
K. Steffunl ex officio secretary
i r. The board adapted a tentative ..lif HI'] U'jt.t1 COCA COLAS 0
.} budget for the (37 toll conservation FIGS
program to be forwarded toy .

state Gainesville and federal and approval.Washington for Fri. and Sat. Specials 6for..25c 4
1 21bs ........ 25c
.. Mr SteUaol said but night that (plus bottle deposit :A
growers who wish to participateIn ..
\ this yean program should go
{ to Homestead ec Miami office and ,
till out work sheet at once.
Coffee 2 ,01
\, C Cj
6 )fn.Louisa Graves Dies "GUARANTEEDTOPLEASE" n
;; At Home in Florida City
Mrs. Hannah Louisa Graves, Golden Net Ilershcy'i Rodier Octagon BULK
,, wife of John S.Graves,died Tuesday -
y April (, at their home In l
.1' Florida City after a long Illness. KIPPEREDSNACKS SOAP
.; Funeral services were conducted COCOA ANTIPASTO] SUGAR
( Thursday at Turner Funeral Home CHIPS
by the Rev George E.Deuel form-
,s er pastor of the Florida City Community -

> Mrs. Graves Church., who was 85 years 31-4 oz. tin 5c 2 lb.can..29c 3 01. tin .. 25c 1g. pkg. .. 19c 5 Ibs. ... 28c
old came to Florida City 24 years
\. ago with her husband from Pike ,
,: County, Mo, where she was born. '
I She leaves no near relatives. SUN.CRAFT I
; SYRUP gallon I
.F Appeal Made to OwnersTo Pure Ga. Cane" 5,9cI

Keep l\fulellt Home I

Pointing out that several automobile ANY BRAND OVERSEA RED BUSS NEW

,, as accidents a result have of occurred farm mules recently 'PEANUT BUTTER,2 lb.jar ... 37c IF
roaming the highways In South .
Dade W. E. Rheney asked for the MILK. ,- ,POTATOESSlbs. 1
ce-operatlon of the press and the FANCY to HOLE GRAIN

public in appealing to livestock 3 tall RICE, 5 lbs. ..... ... ... 29c ;
owners to keep their corrals In cant'. 22c .w.w .to.......:19c
I Mr. Rheney: who some weeks OCTAGON ,
:"o when ago suffered his auto several struck broken a mule ribs on PURE GOLD Toilet Soap or Cleanser, each.... 5c CRYSTAL WHITE
the Qversea Highway near Florida Plain or Self-Rising:
City; at night, said that such accidents I OCTAGON '

for generally the animals result also,disastrously with consequent -- FLOUR101b.bag..45c SOAP or POWDERS,31g.pkgs. 14cBEGIXAR SOAP CHIPS21ilb.pkg..l9c
: ;
financial loss to their owners
even If a ruinous damage wit
rt not filed by the human victimsGeneral lie SIZE

20 lb. bag... S5e SUPER SUDS, 3 pkgs. ............ 25c :

POST'S Golden Ripe Far West AR3IOUR'STOMATO 'DriedCranberry


\ I E FLAKES BANANAS31bs. No.2'ican..15c JUKE BEANS

:1 2 pkgs. .. 25eWESTERN .... l3e 24 oz.can .lOc 2Ib ..... 15c
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J.:'" Be.estea4 rbeae I"'-. UK ........__ 15c i SIMS lb. ,......_....22c

,: NATUROL GAS CHICKENS 2LBS41' Sirloin or Round
r i

For Continued Service 3 J4 lb. average FREE I With each sale LR:j' 27

TlrjU D.Lyea Remestre4 lb.. .......... 28c 1 wash cloth lb. ........n 18c'

RejuvenateYour Let Us I..I 1 Picnic Hams c1 cIT' s. lb. 24c (I '

Sliced No. 2 cansTOMATO" "PARD"'DOG Premium PINK

,'t' Body Tops, Fender and Trimming Repairs B BACON .r FOOD3cans..25c HASHllb.can.15c SALMON

Seat Covers lb. _..... 35c I 3 cans u_ 25c: 2 cans_en 25c '; Painting '

r Ars PiIt.SH, I I COUNTRY ROLL BUTTER, lb. 38c I'r lj,

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