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 16, 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
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).

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University of Florida
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( OF C. PICKS Potato Valuable Thieve Test Ruin Row FLORIDA CITY Trustee 10 Re-elected Mill Levy ,Voted:EMBRYO CO.Op t

GEO. TURNER Baldwin Charged from with Henry the field stealing Walker of George Irish and potatoes F- I CUTS BONDEDDEBT Homestead trustees The he of unopposed School territory und District Florida served incumbent 0,by comprising City the ;t MERGES WITH I II

Charles Woolfolk negroes of schools, were re-elacted and the

AS PRESIDENT Goulds, were bound over under IN HALF special. tax of 10 mills reauthorized i AV. EXCHANGE
$150 bond to Dade County criminal I by a vote of 90 to 1 at the trustee ,I
court of record in a pretim'nary I and miUai election Tuesday :JJw: 1 I
hearing before Peace Justice S. L. one dissenting vote edam IWffv* ,

Man Who Held Office Several Kendrick on Tuesday. ,Pay $11,835 Since Sep- i mill,. The trustee are' A. J. 65 Leading Growers Sign
Campbell and Frank U Skill ofHomestead
Years Ago Backin potatoes Baldwin with had the finished exception digging,of two the 1 tember, 1935: PrindI I'l and Wm. 1 Geronimo i Applications tor- I

Harness marked row planted to different pal Now $12,000 1!of Florida City. : MembershipMAY
varieties of experimental teed i In District T,the territory served I
FIVE OLD DIRECTORS sent from Canada and several LAND OWNER AIDS IN Ii by Redland Farm Uf AMENl NAME TO

HE-NAMED ON BOARD' north-western states. Destruction :- REDEMPTION WORK Cbas. G. Turner of Schoo1.j INCLUDE LIME MEN I
of these rows by negroes, i ___ I I eph R. Hickson of Naranja -
under.the Instigation of Walker, ai: Bashor of Could ww elected. !
Annual Meeting Held aft JTen Years' Back Taxes Next Friday to
who posed as Mr. Bsldwin's field 1 II:An 47 votes cast favored the 10-
Change Is Made in foreman, ruined a test from which !1 Paid in Bonds Boughtin 'mlll levy. Effect Complete Re- I

Fiscal Year valuable results hadJwen expected. : Open Market I District 12, served by the Per- organizationMerger ,
James Drlggen of Homestead I i ---- I rlne school chose Mrs A.F, Con- I s
who was In charge of fieldwork i I I nett, Arthur Harris and Mrs. O E.
George W. Turner, Jr. was : Florid City: has retired '1 1.835 of the newly.rormed;
caused the arrests by Con-1 I Sims as trustees and cast 20 unopposed
tweeted president of the Redland In bonds and Interest coupons since Tropical Fruit tjrowen' Ammc4stlon
stable 3. M. Scarborough, votes for the 10 millsMIAJIIINOUEST
District Chamber of Commerce I September, IBIS according to a I with the Florida Avocado Exchange -
Tuesday might by a board of directors In the same court John Dillon report made by Mrs. Flora O. --- became ar| accomplished :

chases ,at a preceding,membership negro was turned over to Criminal'i 1 Myers, town clerk, at meeting I fact at an open meeting of th* 7m-: I
nlteetlng when change court under '150 bond for,the stab- of the town council Tuesday nightOf I blued groups In the ?iar nj* pack
in the data of the annual meetingwas ping ot Robert Jones, a companion this amount $9,000 was bond log plant Of the exchange oM Mon. !
Inaugurated to permit the beginning :1 iir.Jha negro quarters of the Lee debt Drlnclpal, Mrs. Myeri I TO BE SLATED INIIARTMANCRASH day night,thereby forming a etoe ,
of the fiscal year at sawmill w west of Florid City. J I said. The outstanding bonded knit co-operative organization for \
time more favorable for the collection off, 1 Indebtedness of the towns'now It promotion of the avocado and time i I:
of membership duel and addition reduced to 12000. /If growing Industry In Dade County.

of new member OTYASKSUIDSONBETTERMENT j' Most of the bond debt reduction'OfII&Ullh.d Acceptance: of the merger plats
Mr. Turner was presMent of ,was through the at proposed by the association
the organization lour,or five years "' operation of James Sottile, Skull Fractures Fatal to committee headed by Col. Alva

ago. He succeeds Ben Archer, I II ident of South Dade Farms, Homestead.Physician ciino.n Stxty-flv \
+ president since September, 1935. win bought the bonds and signified their ap-
Director: elected were Mr. Turner OF POWER LINES I on the open market lOci Tuesday, proval of the pUn by signing .ppllcatkms -
Dw.John B Tower, T. E. Kirby I I them in to the towiybi JIUftInf.i SoL ----", for membership In tM
O. B, Parker Paul Reynolds, 110 years taxes that v a?. ( 2.t".r...... In\>estilta. exchange. which U expected to
Chat, O, Turner and Bea Archer, Kearft $7 X) &WihU l lFrd ] quent "" .-. se m 04 Start operstingkitsds Ala astir ant
all of"whom axcepGe.t8fl'uraerand ; 1 lit. Florida City holdings US death flr. U, Hartman in up with control Of it least 1J per
Dr. Tower were re-elected. .;; m P.W..A Fund years 110.I"A Jackson Memorial Hospftal at cent of the avocado and lime aere-
from the old froard. Other oKl*t' '; in the Redland District These
boara : For Further' Work ,i pey, Ji N to rescind an ordiI I *::JO a. m Tuesday 4* due to beset age
cert chosen by the new are: : >* .A]" wquinng liquor and bar tar an early date according applications were accepted at once
Mr. Parker. first vice-president; 1I-Himajtt! t* close at 10 p. m I to Peace Justice S. L. Kendtkk of by the exchange board of directorsat
t>r. Tower, second vlce-prettdent; Bids for further improvement"of a'and Y p m. on Sun- 1 this fltty The inquest will beconducted special reocas __loll conducted
Ojas. Turner secretary;Mr. Kirby the power line and betterment Saysvas tabled by the council within the open meeting.
Peace Thomas
by Justice -
treasurer of the water system ot the city of I I.the petition the measure desired 1 S. Ferguson of Miami in whose Details of the organization will
Before the membership meeting '::1oIe. advertised for I II' withdrawn was referred to onlyas distefct the prominent Homestead be perfected at another general
the oUt board tntt and acted favorably this a special meeting "Ordinance No, 90." and examination physician died. meeting to be held in the Naranja
on the applications of thfollowing I' of the city council Monday' disclosed that 39 of the 6} plant at S p moo Friday April 23.
j I I Th body of Dr. Hartman accompanied -
night to authorize this action.
new member R. E. Edwards person whose names appeared wIt A* proposed in the report of the
: by the widow Mrs.
Dr. J. A. Smith. C H. Gate Approximately I700 I* avail- were either not citizens of fee Ice committee this meeting will
Helen Hartman, their daughter,
wood, L B. Somroera, I. M. Hol- able for the power and water system United States or non resident of deckle upon:
Henrietta, and Mrs. J. R. Brooksof
ferty Brown's Pharmacy, X. C. Improvement because of permission I Florida City. Homestead, taken to N4i.hville. (a) The name under which the
Chronister, James Wallace and given by PWA for the us* A committee recommended that Teen his former borne, for association: will'operate In the
Redland Appliance.Paul of a fund Intended dusively the old Dixon apartment house en burial which took place event I change I* deemed advis
Reynolds chairman of the lor water BM 1DdaY'1
enn:1 Caves avenue and Seventh street They will return during
membership committee, reported! loan and grant w e I b* condemned a* vnssf, and The few day to Homestead where Mm. able.b) Changes In the by-laws,
total of more than fifty mem- rehabilitated the greater part
a report was approved. be
where revision
Hartman and daughter will remain may necessaryto F I'
ben,with quit a few more pledges ft* power plant and distribution .
I until the end oC the current schoolterm meet new requirements.c I
be followed system awns Booths ago.
to up.
Election of entirely new /
when they win return to ( ) an
.1 SPRING FROLIC Nashville to make their home. board of directors. I

Theft of 73 Crates Tomatoes Is Charge I Also leaving Tuesday, were Dr. Named as a committee by Dr. I
I 1:H.rtasanp brothers Victor and John B. Tower. acting presidentof
Against 2 Men Held to Criminal Court j II Zeke Hartmant Mrs Hartman's the exchange, to lubmlt rocommendstions !R
sister, Miss Bess Heilborn, and to the general meet-

Charge W<< Brand larceny, ariaing testified that they had mad 1 her nephew Homer Jones, of Ing along the foregoing lines were:
joint Inspection of the I Owensboro, Kyn all of whom cam I Charles Pratt, Colonel Lee W. R. II
from the theft *f 71 crate ( Watts-Beam acre Me three day J ]here after the accident and were Watts. E. S Salinger Francis M.

tomatoes Hardee from& Harris the extensive 10( mile south fieldsof before the tracklocd of tomatoes Ii Fourth Event of Series at the bedside of Dr. Hartman I Dolan, Charles G. Turner and '
was picked and found the vine when h* died. :Paul Broeker. l
west of Homestead remitted yesterday I Nets $40 for Tank
in the committment < p dead and the field worthless from Fund Dr. Hartmaa. 48 year old was : Appointment\ of a.general manager r
commercial standpoint The 731 Repair bona in Nashville and was a graduate and the numerous details of s
Dale P
Otto Watt and I I _
seasonal farmers from North :1 crate of tomatoes that were,offered I I of the University of hDn-1 I financing, operating policy and
lisa to criminal court ef recordfor for Mk to an Atlanta buyer The fifth dance .f the ...- I (Continued On Pap ) (Continued on Page Six ) f
< trial Bond of $250 each and later left at the Harris packIng mini pool benefit series /t The i

was Kendrick jury set by at the Peace preliminary Justice S.hear L. "fancy"house and graded obviously 40 had per come cent a Homestead"spring frolic"Country to Club be given will tomorrow be- Push Study of Intersection Problem !:.

from a different field, Captain night, the dance committee I
ing.Of 'Ltater Hardee .-tWd.ArreItIre announced early this l week. The I As District Auto Crash List Climbs j,
three co-defendants made ea a warrant Pink Zlephasiui orchestra: whose
Leonhardt managed to evade the sworn out by Modes after a long Initial appearance tn the swimming The 4eath.( Dr. )(. D. Hartman sections la the 'district was iwO
meting officer and Hazel 1* AO1M'O. Rom than by: Boiling O. Dye, Homestead pool series, was made \last Sutor- M a result of a motor' collision at 1 structed by the Redland District
In Homestead, and police officer acting a*special day Right, win furatoh the music Chamber of Commerce Wednesdaynight
and W.Roscoe Watts were released deputy sheriff wh had been lor th* rrolie. the Intersection of Coconut Palm to co-operate with committees
after M was shown that they Vera warned to watch for this particular Last Saturday's elimination cf drive and Tmnesse toad prompted from other organizations in
employe of their w P ctlv twin truck after A bad been reported test tar the chambec U ovmiaatrot W. 1. Fu*. chairman of the getting stop signs and other warning -
brtHker ana merely beytag testing the Harde field with a cup to h* awarded as the. grand Lion committee ea motor safety device Installed at "sulcid
mien. load of tomato la field boxes that prlz lit the ckM* of the dads to renew big plea, Tuesday Slight Intersections"' The committee is
Watt and TSeam testified that| lid not belong to tie Harde and benefit dosn. was Men by Miss lor a workable Idea lor preventing composed of V P. Cash chairman,
the tomatoes represented h fourth Harris firm Dorrts Farmer sad her brother, th* recurrence of easels tragedi I O. B. Parker and T. E. KIrby.
and last picking from their own '" Hertert Wieners of the first three He appealed to this Lions to be In.welcoming rtiggwtkmthat
field adjoining th Warden and SM VOTATHEHData dance tBMestt were, tepetively. ready with uMrUDnl tot His this step be taken Ben Archer retiring *
Harris holdings but tailed to prove JBtaxiMln: ] ear. .. Mr, and Un, Wm. Rose of Miami, next merWrtg. "Something bust] chamber of commerce prer
tbefeCMteatssn to Use *.t4LaNoa April 10 ..1| 1J l.S 0.0tj Me. and Mrs.. \ stk Morris, and be dens," h* earl "we, Mat afford Went, said that it Is. hilly M Important -
of the court after an array of wit- April 11 _....J I W I 157 1 1 Stuart Hall and Mrs,T.J. Walker. to lose tie people we are ktemg. for a chamber of commerce
Besat*had been hear<&. April 12 _._| 7. |111 43.28, Th pool fund netted *4. from .' to do everything powfb to"
prosecuting witnesses included April U _--I I 7. |152 {JM20{ the Uast-Botarr danc*'tast SaVur4y. A eoromltto previously appointed i keep the community from twang
Caps M. C Hardee and Mayor April 14 1 7t ) H tJO.l't according to Paul Losnnr to ask the county commissioner i its valued eltisens: a* It Is to bring
Tom J. Harris, both of whom April U ._.1| ; M (SO.MJ .chairman Of the dance committee. for tight at dangerous inter: I new people taw Chi district,


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Friday April 16,1931'

I rigid frame at 12 points, six Lion which OkJsmobil takes,J i
t Men's Union Directors I OLDS IO ILE IS the insure quiet operat1 :
ton i
IS cushioned
CRIME BLAME Elect Fifield Chairman I II. : on each rfd. and 1. ,i Further Improvement of

I thick rubber mounting*. :I,mobiles tri-cushion enim- ;
PUTONCORRUPTLAWJWICIALS The board of directors of toe I PA1NSTAKINGTO.REDUCE .'. Indeoenden' mountings of Oldsmobile I pension has been tnbtheV imp
Ii I. District Christian Men's II! 's radiator and fenders, In I I ant factor in noise elimlnatto (
NOISEThe combination with kneeactionwheels. ;increased amount of?.tllr**t ci
at i iII
organized-Monday night I I
: provides a front-end con- Ion In the single front mount)
I meeting In the chamber of commerce I itruction which has remarkable 1 provides a greater degree of s
building by electing Willard !. by stability at high speeds and lends sorption of lateral and vertical en
The blame for crime In this country great attention paid I
I M. Fifleld chairman. T. E. Kirby further quiet to the operation of fine movement Forward a
WM laid at the doors ol eorrupl I automotive engineer and designers the car With this construction, backward movement of the tng
official and thoM citizen who I I vice-chairman and Harold Sheffield to the sound-proofing of auto ithe i fender and radiator an I I Is controlled by means of the ;
disregard American principle bj secretary-treasurer I It mobiles Is amply demonstrated In mounted as a single unit on .1 I terlocklng channel section wllki
William P. Hardie president o(the I t i The union wa formed several the noise-reducing features to be sturdy brace extending from ant I II are Insulated by means of live i
Miami Beach Association In a talk month ago at a meeting in Legion I I found In the new Oldsmobile sixand I front fender to the other across i ber moulded in the outer
before the Redland District Uom hall after untiring preorganlzatior I I eight : the front of the ear The hood I II channel IICtlou.SEE ,
Tuesday night work by Mr. Fifield and other I,1 In keeping with the many other side panel, when bolted In position 1
leading men In the churches of the I,refinement to be found on the new I securely fasten the radiator
Mt told of the experiences of hU
Redland board of Oldsmobiles, the high degree of dash. This I
harness to the body
association In IU effort to discourage potedn I i TUB: NEW 1
and mme al director i* of one man quietness achieved by these cars wing-like structure I Ia cushionedon I II
gambling from each church. I['Is unsurpassed In the Industry, engineers I a block of live rubber whlcb I II KELVINATORKEFRIGFKATOE
Miami Beach. .
point out I pivot on the frame at the center
"It U not merely a local probe "Oliver Day" to Be Held I I In the all-steel turret top body I of the front cross-member. Any
laid. "It will I I
km. however Farm'by Fisher on the new Oldsmobiles movement of the frame has no effect -
At J. M.
become Incumbent on the rural jlolferty I I the top panel has a soft pad cemented upon these parts because the Stromberr-Carlson '
sections of thlt country to bring to the under tide to prevent frame movement rotate about the
Americanism back. Here, and not An all-day demonstration of : Radios
,drumming. The back, side and center-point rubber mounting.This I
In the bustle and hustle of the farm machinery will be given Wednesday i:door panels have a special mat method' of assembly eliminates
cities, do we find the true spirit by the w. N Herod Co. of:cemented to them on the Inside. I annoying front-end vibration .
of living In America. In the big Miami at the J. M. Holferty farm ''The dash and cowl are Insulated which Is often a characteristic of Roper Gas RangesALL
cities we find Increasing. contemptfor on South Allapsttah drive, near ''against heat and noise! by: a thick I conventional front-end construction -
law and order." Goulds. ',Jutesnd celotex mat The floor I In which the fender and radiator ON DEMONSTRATION

It li neither Intelligence nor Terming the event "Oliver Day" I which 1s of steel. I* ribbed and I are fastened directly and
courge that prompt the racketeers because thet,<1emojutratlon jtwill I I stamped to prevent vibration The I rigidly to the chassis NATURQLGAS
but tremendous financial feature the Oliver line of farnrfmplementa from floor mat, of moulded rubber Road !noise which might '
revenue derived because of cor- J S. Moore In chargeof I I also ha a heavy Jute backingto I nate from the tires when '
rupt official In the area in which the farm equipment department ,, cushion It against wear and to I on paved or rough roads are orl'I-I' 16 West Mowry Street
they work, Mr. Hardie tald. He of W. N. Herod Co., announced I II ,I further insulate the front com ,dued by mean of special, Virgil D. Ljeo-Hareld B. Lyon
suggested that a federal statute be that there will be "gifts prizes, I partment while the rear compartment : rubber pad which ,,
enacted making the use of United food and drink. j I I has a Jute pad under the I rear axle from the springs and!I, lI
States currency for bribery or any I ,floor carpet frame at the axle housing
The demonstration will I be In ]
other unlawful purpose a federal progress from S a. m. to t p. m. I I II I The body I* securely bolted to .seats. This Is an added precau-J j'I READ THE WANT ADS ||
offense with an extreme penalty
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J. It Hlck'son. president of the
club, announced the state Lions .
convention at West Palm Beach, '
June 12, It, and 11 Local members rOYEITIG
were Invited to the charter
meeting of the newly formed Hialeah >
Lions Club, April 21.

George L. Swan member of the i
governing board of the southeastern
branch of the Florida Child-
ren's Home fcorlety, suggested that ;J& i
resident of this area give children /
from the home vacations here durIng
the summer If they are unableto .
adopt them permanently
Judge Daniel P. Galen of Miami
Beach spoke a few words of greeting e
Other guests were! M. L.
Myers. Dr. Kirby Smith J. D.
Bowen and W. J. Tyler of MUml
and J. E. Cooper of Princeton.

John P. Nesfaey,program chair.
man for April announced :yesterday 1
that Hayes Wood, Dade Countytax 9SH.P.SIXsFta
collector will talk on the duties
of 'his office at next week's meeting
ot the club and that the Riverside -
Improvement Association of
Miami will furnish vocal and i
stiumentnl music tn-I Oval

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Closed Saturdays recd), se with Oldsmobll.l You'll discover e
a new world of finer performance,
Free Parking Space tr comfort, safety and saving. You'll
thread traffic with take hills
11(1 N. W. jam ST. MIAMI ease
in your stride,and round curves on
1rIION -2U1 + an even keel.You'll find that Olds
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Friday April 16,1937 THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE "Pare Three f;
Mrs Edna Mae Barncord "1 never feed tramps,"' the house i
MAY 31 IS SILVERANNIVERSARY Shrine Band to Give Concert Here I wife Informed Weary Wttlle ;

Buried in Lauderdale "I rill askhi' yet to, lady." he
10 Mahi .
May Potentate Announces
OF replied. vju t glmtne the grub
Mrs. Edna Mae Barncord. 35 '
a'" 111 feed myself- Cotton
The Man Shrine bancl1l'l1\" I wife of Charles H. Barncord ofHomestead Dinners Journal
SPEEDCLASSICRlckenbacker I Is ,Worshipful master, will sponsorthe'
a concert le Homestead on May (0, Mahi concert In Homestead died at her home on -
according to an announcementmade
a* will the blue lodges of the other Flagltr avenue last Friday Funeral -
this week Frank J
by Pep-
Travels in cities on the tour itinerary, exceptat
per, Illustrious potentate of the service were held at Fort
4 Interest of 25th 500-( Miami temple, In which the itinerary I Opa Locks where in the absence Lauderdale Cemetetry on Sunday

1 Mile Auto Race I of the band's 1(37 concerts I s'ship will of a be M.lIOnleIod&e undertaken by, sponsor-a group:I I afternoon. The Rev A. A. KOISt.I .
wt* outlined
'I of city official The first tine pastor of Homestead Methodist
Detroit AP:15: Memorial The announcement was said to cert la expected to be neo: i iI I Church, officiated, and Turner I E
Day, May 31. will mark the silver be in response to a persistent demand Hialeah on April 20 Funeral Home was In charge I)
,f anniversary of the SOO-mlta races for I repetition of last year's J I I of arrangrments. j
Although strictly nonprofessional -
on the Indianapolis speedwayAilttJccatryear I I tour of concerts when the band i the Shrine unit, with their I I Mrs. Barncord was a native of|I I
i ., A. W. "Al" and the chanters appeared In various personnel consisting of ,Harrlsonburg, Va., and came toHomestead
:t ;SRIckenbacker, brother of the II Dade and Broward cities In prominent Miami business many and about three years ago
j 'to. tfamous stain Eddie RlckenJbacker. -I addition to Homestead, communities -I professional men will offer programs Beside her husband she leaves on I .
i* risking hit annual to be visited this year Include, Including instrumental and /daughter Mrs. J. E. Strickland
iswiei 'thro .1f the East, Middle Hlalean. Opa Locks, Coconut
vocal selection, operatic and her father Samuel Fry, both ,
'p ;West and pants.of the South In the I Grove, Little River, Hollywood:i military marchr md mC'dllIf'gems of Fort Lauderdale; her i General
!interest of this 25th running of i and Fort Lauderdale. The Shrine; Mrs MAI"CUrl I. of mother'l| '
popular in' For Hi Flit t time
,\, America' greatest racing classic I unit may also appear In West Palm tulu: Mi J < Miles of Lan...- I Public Utilities
i p'"n. ;in> twin m:dt i I. I "';tnt
v "'"A'1Iit11i' i is using a new Pon..l. I Beach, Lake Worth and Forts, tel, Pa and fair< brothers Jesse I
liar car a* he hat done for the last Pierce. I the picturesque and impressive' and Claude Fry of Etoex Md and ,
two years, and this spring will Royal Palm Lodge No tOO F drills of the Legion of Hon i and Samuel and ICirl': Fry of Fort I .luBerdale lIollt"lC'ld Phone IOS. 1 ;
: cover clone. to 20,000 ml lei which and A. M., of which W R Bird Patrol i
ii constdmbly farther than any
of the previous trtpt
Speedway .officials are expecting !
1 a great event this yea.
of the old timer who have lately I
"bom. mjAed: :around the big
.are expected to be on hand for this
; gear's: race and to renew acquaintances -

of long standing .. .. i
"E"r)' effort is being made so <. >, ,. v
that the silver anniversary race
wlBie 'u e gTealest In the long
,series of the clawlp!, event." said
TA*.Rlckenbacker "Although last '' '' ' '' ''

;year's race established an attendance I
record of 183000: the Indications
are this figure will be ex.
r ceeded In 1937.
"A> an added attraction a Silver \* I,
Jubilee Week is being planned;
T I a' y
'" climaxing with the race And 4 a
", according to latest advices Eu-
( rope s champion race driver Tazlo
NuVDlarl and his Italian AlfaRSJttao -
car will be right up in the
frontrUp at starting time May 31. ii
Nuvolati It will be remembered 1 a mmfi Mm
I- won the-tint! revival of the Van-
derbllt Cuj race on the,,Stew Long Jr ** '
Island courie last Jail."
Changes In the rules and regulation
*, and improvements in the
track It la believed, will add materially
to the general Interest of
this year's race Sl
There will be no restrictions on

the quantity of gasoline requiredthis and suit Come In and texpert
VF/E WANT yoa"Good Will we to your pane prove
;year Last year there was a
ITVgalton, limit The principal to earn It by giving youbelter for yourself that a "Good Will" used

provision this year is that the bargain than you can get anycar: I* "tope" for looks, dependability j
gasoline mutt be a bona fide commercial where elpe la town. Here are some and everything else. Come In and

gasoline of a brand or -fine cart every one of them prove by comparison that our bargainprices
trade name In use at least one
year prior to 5-1-37 which la normally .. .made even better by our 21-point beat them all. Come In and IAS
Used. and normally sold "Good Will" reconditioning..pricedat pick the beat buy in town from the

through regular outlet In the con. clearance rates to make room for finest stock we have ever had. Do It

tlnentat roads U. S.vehicles.A. for use in automotive the trade-In o. the maalngly popular today-such ear at such price will e

1937 realise..and; offered on term move out fast.
Since last year's event, the Indianapolis -
Motor Speedway Corporation
has'resurfaced all turns

ends and the of the short track stretches so that the at only the THESE LOW PRICES SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES Hurry in NOWto SAVE

brick exposed are those along the
front and back stralgtawsya.
Last year a new speed record
was hung up of 109,009 mile per ;,
1933 Chevrolet
I I 1935 Ford Fordor
hour for the entire distance but
this year, according to Mr. Rlck Pickup Sedan
enbacker, average speeds of between wool 1931 Pontiac 8 .
goon new paint, upholst- Buy this one at
112 and 115 mile an hour looks good, runs ;
and tires I
are anticipated. ,al ,,
with 4 new tirej $395

J. .Tr TOMERLIN I $385Sedsn $375

I sums: TRANSFER"on TO a. c. MIpur I O Co
Freight Dirt Head, !Shaving,
vie Hauled OMB 193. Buick Sport 1936 Willy@ Sedan
Calf 511-K Homestead
1931 Studebaker Coupe-with radio; Lots of miles per

t i new paint and tire gallon.
4rt good transportation

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THE LEADERENTERPRISEPublished i m f=LO ID ,"litJ ISR .,:.,':....JAtAWnN." Mh mi r ,

Friday lit Anntout. *-
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FU. 'JJ the South Dade i .-,-...,.-...... ..-- I ,
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UAUOKIE LEACH ARCHER I ,.. ...-m /a Told. Us

Associate Editor "
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Euiw4 as. ,_.4 Law man rs J "__._ '

aaaUer Uacsk. .. SUt. U Ole Pest that an ice man refused to to ";

*fflc*U HomesfeMwi. Florida. wider she, example of a fellow bsncheo
OM act ft Marsh t. 1171.Sim. club aiembet who passed. the a
I bowl to the fair visitor and a '
PRICE. 'Ltl A TEAR J c "Have waste sugar?" (with a ] '

I ta : .between "some and augar") ... '

Daddy' Tracks I eau a nice met know there is 41
f time and place for everything. .:
Yet last night it snow a heap ft ......

On the lew 1 two feet deep i t -that all the fish that take boo

Daylight timeor suet befoirI -. line and linker are not conti
started out t to do mj chore I,' to the briny deep.

My kid Gus "\II\ Me go too." ......
I sat -"Sn"?' I M, deep for >ou," t N i
d -that the school man who evince
But light quo| k 'lie answer bark: I ,
('l'on.lder.III Interest In the 'It-
"1 c m stft ,II' ri 1"dd'a trackTim \ "
i! active ill.,nge' lady felt grandpa*
ish when lw) was introduced a*
\ ( his 1'1'"'''''' pit his head.
i cne of hi, pupils of quite a fee
"Cud boy Gus. was ill abe Mid '
But I Know she think lot morr. moons igomarried some Emshack
i and now home on a visit
Ven ve start to do them ehorv
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Little boy in every day
Veer the old man leads the way that the !season can be cong'Hercfl .

Bettu walk straight tike a crack as definitely over for the local '
Von buys step In) DdoV tnek.- fertilizer magnate was seen this
Ex. week oiling his fishing rods and

I overhauling hip galley stove
Schools Should ac1Americanism r that the past winter proved"The .
i iOr Yank Are Coming" to be no Idle
N. song u far a* Northern dirt farmers -
William Russell dean ofTeachers' j IJI/JJ/AH /GUS7Z' and prospective fruit growers
C,illeiti> Columbia Umvenlu ire concerned and when they

in an "ddren delivered b.-I| O'JJS71IG 1 learn the origin of 99 per tent of
fore the department ot superintendence | Homestead's population they feet '

of the National Education ; MSfU4r AbYFJrItAtDlI as though they were marching
Association in New Orleans took' through Georgia
HIS NT'/YIT/&S IN 1WEr vno'C1
sharp Issue with) those who advo- i
t t4 IN 7RIF LEX2C44INAO : .
cats radical KM c..1 l action on the
11IG A17'U1lON 0' 1JHJPOWa'1IJ. became actively identified in the
part of the educators of the United
Slain t SV 'L4N A' tENGL civic and professional life, ot the t
I| community. He waa a pat president -
4ND .AND .sAUN... I
Referring to the controvery on r I I of the Redland District Lion

this tubjvct) which has marked sessions WILLIAM AUGUSTUS BOWLES became a after its. return to America, was captured and i I Club and a member. ot the Ameri

of the organization for two censglrueue flgure la Florida blitory a* a soldier confined iii :Morra Castle, Havana, where he died. lean Leglcn Post here He was a

or three years pact, and in whichsome of fortune during the tetond Spaalna ectupatloa.An The ;BANANA, the jnoet ..PI'9I.i&lo0011.. plant veteran of the World War serving '

members of the faculty of billahool Americas bjr birth, he served In the DrltleJl known: I* widely cultivated la Florida. A'dis I.a* an officer In .the Army, M<
have been leaders Dean army, later Joined the Creek Indian and married tinctive feature ef this plant U. the fact that each cal Corps overseas during the con.

ttu.'rlluid M Indian ...... 80 powerful did ke become talk: produces fruit but once, after which! It I* I s l
We have constructed our Utopn among; the Indians that he was made Commander cut dowa :New stalks arising a* sucker from I Besides ht widow and daughter I'I'filet. i
nd this him of Homestead he la survived
played right
: 'inn" hi Chief ef their armies. He
even attempted to the bar offer succession of ripening frnlt In I I
the handy o' the p"rell1l"t-r. drive tire four sons: Isaac, Louis Arnold and
Spaniards from Florida
and earned no Florida the Cmndlsh or Chinese banana to I
51 I Ii: >,Communist or Fascist end of trouble prob. Victor Hartman all residents of J !
tot oasis we btoome sufficiently among Spaniards, English and Americana ably ci'own to greater extent", thm any other Tart Nashville.

isv "ui'' "f >u.nii"ei. \ und .uffici n4-1 alike. A reward 01 $9.000 was offered bjt ety as It U laterally regarded as being the>, ar The fatal accident occurred last 1 t
1> i 1,0 r.(ng for reform we turn to the Spaniards' far Jill capture stet twit he fell die.>t. It Is interesting to know that manllt 1 temp Friday morning at the Intersection I

flees who hv ,i tMjfi foi sjalutaMs.Aad i Into their hands. once being tent as a prisoner is the product of a species of banana. the leaves of Tennessee Road and Coconut
who has a plan of action M to Madrid! where he obtained freedom and later, of which! yield a useful n>.... Palm Drive where his car met one
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able and nncrHe*. ,Only the ilIru II j 1111 atIIIlrnnll1llIl1lUUnmrm( mobile crowd. She state that Owl!I-"Mrs. Charles Fueha i* diaplayLinai fruit grower, and was struck on I
Communist or the retrial, Anybody -: ltd her parents, Mr. aad Mrs. a bom grown cabbage that the left side and forced over a
: eta ass that you can't tetjra' I William locfccle are snaking ar-1i 1 weighs 28 pounds."' I small embankment to overturn in
duce, a whole atvf tttopfa'by democratic an adjoining strawberry field
20 Years Ago rangftnejits to move to Florida I i ii -"On Saturday afternoon II students -
meaas-aoon." i There were no pye-witaeeae to
City a* coon as possible" (Florid recital will be Ilv.n'b) the
Dean Russell Indicate* that not City) I pupfts of Mrs Annie Mayhew I I the collision Dr. Hartman who

only the method of CosnsMmht or 'mnulIllllillli/ /:IIi'iIIIIIIlI1iIlfillll::! I / '-"The Easter cantata rendered by i j j, Fitzpatrick to the high school audMtorlum )was answering a professional eU
to the< home of A. A. Payne, was
Fascist but also the social and the choir under tlte leadership of' at 3 p. m. Th Pupils I i
the '.11..... aeasre ..... _
goveromenUl cluuigfti advocated ..... .... .. Dobbin wax glyep on !Easter I taking 1 be Richard Fuchs, driving north on Tennessee foad..
by henv, are wholly repugnant to .....11...... ktaK Ih set.. I Sunday night and aa fln >*uc.| aPa''i..i' Mary Elizabeth I and Mr. Barnes was driving easton
a ik* awn0 r> -(4. Bmim
Coconut Palm drive Barnes
democratic Mr"\i. He held that Oft tt tail, *llk lk. < Huw cess. Mom talent onty/Mlstedj: Krosne, Wallace Byrd, Mason Rob.
such I change should not be efjected ated......... I by Dr. Workman of Homestead, i iI erts, Cyrus Jordan, Loretta Horne, I escaped serious Injury. ,
i Iv, v lolem or arbitrary mean were in the cast" i Willow Simmons, Isabel Craw Dr. Hartman was In a""semii-
but that solution for our socialprollems Apr. 10U17"The .I I i Othella Fuclia and IwbtUe Beck- i conscious condition when rushed
i miKt i 1)1' loinht b> "funds -- wedding of James Fits -f MarrU Garfunkel and William I es" i to Post-graduate hospital in .
ot > sad will give a dance at the pa- 'i, Turner ambulance for
i",'ntnl n1l'Ih.ct. if 'extigaticnn Patrick. ion Mr. and Mrs B. emergency
., Fitzpatrick of Ohio city. and Mire' vfilion her Thursday evening: j treatment. .
"nobllitj! and i kn"wlt'd ,c. _Jr. 1
In, t \t'ry\Vh w tin niiutest posU Grace Louise Polk daughter of music" to be furnished by a victrois. After X-Rav pbotogiBphs disclosed

< It mmsui fir "-" ,<.'nt." which Mrs. Ella Polk of WadtSooro., N. C.. (Florida City.' ) j INDIAN fractures of the skull pr.

April 11. at I o'clock by the ha been moved to the rear of i I IIC'I1tlnUC'ot jMeaicrlal hospital to-Mlac > sa 10
U Alexander J Stoddard.
aupei'itendent ( wren Pace .Hic
Rev. W. 3, Barton pastor of the :|10. Redds store so don't walk over 1 ) j under the constant observation of
of .chonls in ProvtdrnLf
; R. I.. Baptist Church of Homeitea : to the old location to see the clerk\ ," ylvania. taking pott-gwdunta\j ipecialist An oporsjtonr.suqpssfj -rr
recently expressed: a Immediately following the -"Mr Grady Rogers and Miss 'courses at several famous clinics | {, In remos'fp If :biped
similar I opm "ti In HII addresson I i in later He to Homestead I foiled To
years ClIme but
ceremony a reception was held at: Vivian McSweeney were united j clot from the brain
fh.autljec1n." .he Public StakeIn ;the home of the bride' sister, Mrs I In marriage last Sunday morning I), to engage in the practice of eave the life of the'.d(

that the the Schools first and principal pointed purpose out- ,A. J. Campbell en Krone avenue. lit the horn of the bride' father I j medicine seven year ago,and soon I I physician
Mr. Gordon McSweeney of
of our public schools I II to decorated "
place, (Princeton). thl'l
equip students with common facts i
knowledge and skill, while their scheme being pink aced white" -"A very pretty shower was \ CITRUS, AVOCADOS AND PAPAYASThat I

main function relative to political j I "Born to Mr. ,and Mrs C ILl i en- Mine Grace Polk at Barmore i i
Grove on April Ith, Mrs. C a Barr are not doing wed can now be re-rlUHted by a new protective:
and governmeijrkJ matter should Charlotta on Rotx-rta"Sunday, a.glrl, ':i and Mrs. & F, Matthew being the nweoure (aot. fertUUer) that clean the soil efdiseaw and insects ..

be.! to teach democracy and to In- -.M. daaghterj'I j bOIte_.. The house was 'pro H sell e rrect* toxic condition that may be causing the trouble.' At ;
d"-trtn te [In favor of 'fte political Umphrey and
philosophy on which this nation la Grace, left on the midnight train Sly decorated: in pink and whit I the HMM time, the roots'absorb the preparation, thus entering Into :'
tGUftlIt4' ,, Tuesday for their Home is MicaIgan. -1 !roses the color scheme being car I the tap ayttem, stimulating growth and cleansing the tells MpVsbructkms : -
." I ried out ia ever possible way. caused by fungus, or diseases, resulting a healthy IOIto
Carleton Brown. of :KewYerk. '
Dr. I-Th*> Dale were enatrtomed en
dttlon INSIDE the tree or plant.
Calverjlty. add his. -olce t* --The Wlan4 M. E. Church va I Tuesday evening by Mrs. Lee Lehman 4
the, carHleBtaaUa at efforts U the scene of. a very pret.JtiI! \.I M he* II.TIle guest Does not burn or cause any injury and activate the plant food in :

change the obJectlxtM 'j>f' educe VTvtfnesday' eveningsprit It r were .)fr. and Mrs. Frank Skill. the Kill making available to tree or plant i

tlon io Uue eountr; Ht Bwerti when Mina Nellie Robinson and, MR sad Mrs. H.; R. Prida-rt Mr For further particular call local ,. '::'
that +-left. iheuN", have .a it Kathaniel Ciap Waft nvurM. I.... M>*. P. U Qaritoav Mr and I on our agent .. i..

fundamental purpose the development -"'Ivan Lowe of Miami we In', torn Brooker, Min Eunice i MR. CARL F WARNER ;

of the Individual rather than Florida City Monday visiting his I 1 Nixon and B M. Duncan. & Flagler Ave. Homestead,'Phone J7 i
the terrfe of the state, and sus- ,parents Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lowe..I' -"Lucy "IIIn.daUll1ter ef Mayor .!. ,
Seats that in many of the recent .(Florida City." I I114. L F TaUinv gave A party inheewr .,. !
attempt to tear down established -" ..* Ann Lochrie of Fvrt< of! her eighth birthday en c I' $OILADE, INC.,

public school policies "the fore! n- Lauderdale came down to Florida 1! Wednesday afternoon 'at this%horn me lib N. W. First St. MUmi.. FloridaU"

label I..ur.1 ,,Cti.lltalnd w'tJUbt' Tsdatrlletttp-j,oe. f'I!!'tI.ta. ..,,',k." ", ... 0 l >1 j

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Friday, April 16.1937 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE i! .

I ..*mbiy TbiMMlay lIMI IIDI. The KoeeUIn said yee.er4y. The':dally sendees' a. m and H p. nv (
'd pfisy was the neutt! of the unnbmed -I Rev. J. O. Kane of Birmingham.' A cordial Invitation Is extended '4.
I'I.T.fieR dl Rattler I. efforts of members of the Is doing the preaching at the twice- to all Mr Kocatllne said +4 e

class In a language unit It "as ."Jii .
SHIRLEY BARENESS baaed on the ancient and modern
--.H" "_."__ I methods I I I of transportation nd i t

Redland High to Have The opening exercises' -Bible brought in such people ..s Buffalo low On Sale! j

Fashion! Walk Apr. 21 selection, Lord's prayer and salute:,;i Bill and explained the uses" of the ,:
r to the flag were given In I I ipottoffice I The character were .
English by the student body with 1 t j>I grandmother, Thelmn John.- j
The home economics department the Spanish students responding [grandfather Jack Marshull Aunt jh
of Redland High School under the :' i'
afterward Spanish Ruth, Virginia Sage; Tom, rim
supervision of Miss Louise Bran- A skit, ": el Cafe," prepared by I I I II Branifjn; Jane, Olene Pope Bob- .j
ton will present a one-act play Ronald Kerfoot end other members Die Wilde Vkk; mother. Wanda .
, and fashion show next Wednesday of the second ;year Spanish|Thompson; father Frank Orlftotred. t
light Apr 21 at 7:30. The play, tl
class was given. The roles of Jack Marshall; Man. Mar
Je.. ll' finds Out," will ba I
given Murray and John, Wallace
Marta* and Don Ricardo were tak-,j gory : ; "
\fj: the following girls: Vera Parker en by Idena Cooke and Edward I:Rusted j ,
at Joan, and Mary Chalker, Nora
Legleft. Spanish Burr who while gave the the English dialogue customers In-I I C. a Gutte;;;:; biology claaa

Martha and Richard, played went on. observation trip to "
al her college friends. The play by: Dolores Cowan and Ernest Royal Palm State Park WednelI -
1. especially written for home day. The Included Robert
Campbell gave the English trans I group :
economics .girl*. Left all come lation. Ames, Kenneth Hawkes Daniel -
1.act md are the new spring faihjam. The entertainers In the cafe!I Neill, Dan Rogers, Carter Say- f
t There will be no admission were: las eantadoras, Gwendolyn 'ers, Ben Benson, Glendall Odom

charge Campbell, Joyce HIlliard Vera I Harold Sickle, WaunJUi Thompson ,
y, The following girls will model] Parker, Ethel Roberts sang Charles Turner Jack Turner
the fashions: "Marta" in English; 1aw Senorita I Horace Lott, Robert Bell Aim
2, Eighth grade home economics Cnntadora Gwendolyn Campbell :Jane Llndgren Eugene Bell Beth r 1 1 s 1
last: Jessie Anderson Dorothy who sang a solo "La Estrellita";' Blake, J. M. Campbell Marjorie /
Sehreni. Josephine Cash, Loll los senores y la bailadora. Clemment -,Campbell, Glen Glidden, Margaret
,;japer Mildred Lewis, Marie Russell, X. J Graham, EarL Griffin, Ed HlckBon, WIlma Ljnd- r
Sfathis, Merle Mizell June Vrana Swtlley, Albert Halnlin, John Hick-''rum and R. C Jackson. t
.Ruth\: (avtshavCtaudia i Yates. son, end John B. GrahMH, Who'' --- --
ljin Andrew. EllKibeth Craft, sang "Amapola," and Ver.t'arker, Interest in Revival
i, Frwcl Betty Jo Garrett. who gave a Spanish dan e. Las Grows, Says Koestline Pressure 1
tline Ingrnm Violet McCui- Aantadoras came back to sing r
fch: Colleen McVicker, Wanda 'Marts'' in Spanish with the|I The special revival services now +t J/r I

Q .tflck t, Fiances Soper and Aida clasaaa joining in the refrain, \being held at the Homestead Methodist 1I

'j Syke', Church are increasing In Interest '
fiNinth guide class: Phyllis Bell, Mrs Anna D. Carter's sixth! ] the pastor, the Rev, A. A. to r I
Bennett, Claudia Conner, grade pupils presented a tbre
:Dorothy Edward, Gertrude Greer, play entitled "Postal Service" in WANT ADD P\V_TRT. THEM Sedled i
:Merle January, Phyllis Jensen' (
j Jut)' Leggett Dorothy Munn Marie I I
Neill. Jane Robinson Elide ,
Sage Waneta Searcy Amma Sor- THE HOME DECORATOR : weightta .t IJ !

f 'ftl!!, Wilma Thompson, Evelyn Agitator .
Underwood, Lucille Underwood W. D. HORNE CO. II
Mollie Walker, Marie Borgardt, I I
:Tipi for the Bnd
Carolyn; Campbell, Valeria Camp. I
d tell Corrine Cash, Pearl CalOn.j iI
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/ BAfore you take that MV .t
Wen Cook, Shirley Davis, Betty, f knout or house of yours be sure apart te I Afy-
too Harris, Naomi Home, Irene \h!ck on these Z''int II
Jackson.Anna Lou Johns Kathleen There First comes on the'IIa11a.f I !
are good wwhabl
paint on
Lloyd, Lanelle Rogers, Kathleen the market today for bath walls and I Stoyrlte
ROM, and Lydia Vthlen. f woodwork, and li will rare you many stns,
a head and backache if you have
Advanced home economics clue: things right from the beginning. It i so In* J
Ethel Anderson Barbara Curry, jlm\ eipenslve, either and ", give jaSMtmissionotor
Billie Harford W11U Mae Cason. such tatlsfaotlon. Tnens another -* i I
Dolores Cowan, Mildred Cox: Mil good thing about washable
't-you can now'bare those irand { I
dred Craft. Mary Dl Natjle. Ern.a light tints. soft yellows, green,blurs, .i
Griffin, Neva Lott, Eleanor Murray peach, apricot and plain white wilt,
no fear at all. Washing
after washIng ,
Serafina Orlflci Vera Parker the walls will come forth cleanand H HM
Jennie Sue Rogers, CatherineBell fresh with every bit of he true
Marjorie I Campbell, Mary I color thy had when first painted. / '
Of course,these items ma not sound
Ch'alker. Evelyn Chambers BerthaC' M entrancing or interesting as silver J.Don't; I
of,.Beth Oautler Mary Graham, patterns, and new coins,but they: are let the lack of electricity \

Nora Greenwood M>rtis Luckey,i aoocllOuncleenae.And then the floors fee that they keep you from owning; a new Merge
B.itie, Lois Mathls, Ruby Nelll have a good wear-resistant
Anna Ma Rlnehart, and Mary finish-one at stout take wax perfectly .... Autobuilt Washer. New models powered n
and one that has no rough
TI'omp80n! spots. Of course, you can always fix by a strong, simple, 4-cycle gasoline -
The fashions will Include: clothes them up easily enough latet on theie' that makes t nice background for \
fn the child linen suits and I are euy to use inexpensive varnishes your china And have your bookshelves motor work as efficiently as any
on the market, quiet-drying,too-but built In just where :you want
dresses, cotton school and sportdi you'11 want your home perfection Itself them, enameled In your own chosen electric washer made. The low price f
asset, wash silk dresses, culottes to start with. eoloi
.pajamas,negligees,silk after. Hers something :you just must These are lust a few Important will amaze 'when investigate ,
tend to-U your landlord wont do It, points for the bride or for the householder you you f ftime"
noon and evening clothes Your do it :yourself Fix those closets of long standing They are of its swift "life-
announcer will be Marie NellL fresh enameled shelves and crisp great Importance in every home and action extra capacity,
edrt&g Bee that the inside can be obtained and cared fur in
: : construction and
dlith cupboards are painted little time and at less cat I ,
BRINGS SPANISH PROGRAM \ convenience features. Come in today

In honor of Pan American week REDLAND CAFE for a demonstration. The Norge self- ,
the assembly program Friday was ,
presented by the students of Spanish SOU. A. NABOBS, Prop. i powered washer can easily be converted F
the direction of Mrf
under ;
to electric operation at
Helen iMegee with Mini Rebecca DINNER: Mo PLATE LUNCH J3e | any

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: :jCounty soils. Insecticides and ,fungicides. carried in ;

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Pare Six THE.LEADER"ENTERPRISE Friday, April 1ft.19NEU.A '

I Jam It. Those reporting, without equipped with two speed 4, .
SHOWS (HOW EASY!I exception, stated that they stoppedthe using low s ptd tor her .

I I wringer Immediately upon damp article, and Ugh
ARE IRONING AND touching the safety release bar. drier and lighter pieces.

I I "1'heIe".nen reportedthat lectors permit the control otj

SAt'LS. School Editor they washed lingerie In lee perature on either end of tfcej

".........,........-.--..--..-........_....M_. WASHING TODAY"When I than four minute; silk in less tag shoo, ranging between

Homestead High dlee clUb won I of its new books and new book- i i than three minutes and the Average and W.. The knee '
washing time was one hour and leave both hands free to
I certificate of award for creditable case
It once took an entire the Ironing-one touch
work In the music festival to fifteen minutes
day to do a complete family washIng i It-the next touch will sto
the ford exposition In Miami on Miss William baa been taking today's housewife can ngw do I "The outstanding feature of the I immediately."

Apr 2. Eighteen school In Dade, picture of the elementary grades. I the same job In one hour and fifteen Norge washer Is Its autobullt I I
Palm Beach and Broward Counties this week. minute with the Nora washer. 1: mechanism made by Bor.Wari i I Mr. Ashby also demon.a .
orchestra. which has for small, portable onus lr .
were represented and ner Corporation *
said H. W. Aahby of Redland
clubs band and soloists took i manufactured and compact that it can be hung
alee years gear
who 1
Mia Dower's class Is studying Appliance conducting I I
I 1! automobiles.This closet hook yet It is capable
part. The festival was sponsoredby transmission i iing
the use of 69 and doe In tan&\llae.1 demonstrations of Norge washers
music of the mechanism Is sealed in bath a complete ironing, anIdeal
by department a
and has taken up a new itefi In I and Ironers at the company's display I 1
University of Miami and It U hoped long division, room at 201 N. Krome ave. of oil and require no oiling for pressing clothes
this will be an annual affair Homestead."If during Its lifetime.
I "Ironing, too has been made
I IMr. Mrs. FlfieM' obis bad a little an electric washer did nothing ROTES MAKE VOCATION
.. George Ruehto U iubtltutng -: easy through the UM of Ironing TALKS
Scott visitor this week Shirley Damejfk more than- eliminate the table cloths
in the absence of Mm. i machine Sheets *
brother Buddy. punishing business of rubbing pillow cases and towel are the Extemporaneous: vocational
dirty garments, It would still be were made by George N. WakeJ
TIlt Junior had a hall-hollda1 major Items In the weekly wash
last Friday and went to the Venetian Mrs. S. L r, West I* substituting first on the Hit of housewives' I and require tedious hour of labor field, vocational agriculture teach;

Pools. Mrs. J:. J. Dyal several day this week during the.I wanted home appliance," continued when don by hand. When done er in Homestead High SchoolsM

Mrs. H. P. McDaniel ,and Mrs. absence of Mr*. Thurman. Mr Aihby. "Yet this I* only I with the Norge Ironer the time required Paul Reynolds, manager of'.,jlhf
Gladys Webb accompanied the one of many distasteful chore I II 1* cut In half. And with Homestead plant of Royal Palest!

group.In Mill Jackson' class I* proud of I that it ha removed. Clothe* are I I I practice, all garments, Including Ice Co, at the noon meeting of.ths,
the two gold stars that It hat won I washed cluaner'and whiter, because shirts, caa be beautifully ironed. Homestead Rotary 'Club
In art lessons. This cer- the water stays hot in the day. wedi
"The duotrol Ircner i
assembly Wednesday mornIng I I Norge : *
Mr*. MUll led the group in tainly show Improvement The Norge steam sealed tub, and the .
singing several songs, the Rev. A. pupil are enjoying the stick figure I rolling action of the agitator move
A. Koestllne took charge of thedevotional work. The Blue Bird are more hot soapy water per minute 1

*, John Frederick gave,getting into their last work book through the garment; gently and

a talk on the University of Florida this week thoroughly cleaning them In an W. N. Herod & Co)

and Evangelist J. O. Hanes average of six minutes."The
Mr*. EdwardaV class I* sorry to wringer I II one of the really
spoke to the group.
lose Malcolm Rowell. Jack Heft- Important features of any electric -
workIng ner and Billy Houser. washer. The Norge presume (Oliver Dealers) "
Th seniors have started -
Indicator wringer I unusually
on their play which la to be :
efficient and safe and the house- 142 N. E. 11th Street Miami Fla.
given In the near future. It I I. CO-OP MERGESContinued ,
wife know at how much
a glance
entitled "Out of the Fog"
pressure I* being applied. Soft

rubber rolls that can be adjusted Invites Everyone Attend
The dramatic class for 1U ( From Page One)
to the thickness of various materials I
monthly test It working on a skit equipment will be left In the hands
extract water quickly and
entitledCandlelight" by Sieg of the permanent board of direct-
thoroughly. A release bar that
fried Geyer. The class la work ors to be elected on April 23. Action
stop the wringer at n touch of
ing also on original skit and one- upon new applications for membership
the finger I* an added safety feature I Oliver
act play to the election
filed prior
Norge surveyed 9.000 owners Day
I will be taken at a special meeting of Norge washer, asking them ;
The public peaking class Is of the temporary board of the Ex-
to test the wringer for this feature
studying a course tit parliamentarylaw. change at S p. m., April 21. by placing a heavy folded bath I
George Hodgklns Los Angeles,
towel in the! wringer to purposely
general manager of the California to be held at the J. M. Holf erty Farmon
'the unlpr are teaming poetry Avocado Growers' Etthange, op- I ,
which Includes "The Last Lett," rating under the trade name of and packafa, development of new 1

"A JUtoy Pay," and "The Day I* 1 Wave, and a noted authority on marketd utter distribution of I South Allapattah Drive .
Don" Maybe the past Junior the co-operative movement, was product to avoid market floodingand

can sympathize with w poor Junior the principal speaker Monday low price, widespread advertising -
*. night"In of the Florida brand and I

Calavo we In California have legislative aid through membership Wed. 21

Mm. Johnaon' class I* sorry to built a big and immensely valuable In the National Council of Apr.

)OM Leonora, Wofford who has organization controlled entirely by Co-operatives.
been transferred to another school he[ growers themselves through Charles H. Stetfanl county agricultural -

following strictly the true principles agent, also addressed 8a.m.-Spm.

In Mr. Blackburn' room, the of co-operation despite numerous the meeting, congratulating the
center of attraction at the present problem and difficulties," member on their "get together

time Is a Utile turtle. Mr Hodgkln said. "You are faced spirit". He said the pew organ
with fewer hazards than ization could be assured of the
support of the department of agriculture GIFTS to PRIZES FOODS DRINKS
Mia Hayden'i class la sorry to the California grower but you
lose Adrian Callahan who ha must get together and learn the the university extension ,
service, chain and
of store cooperative -
gone away. meaning co-operation before
bank and also volunteered
you can derive the full benefits of -
Miss 1 class la his own services In any capacity
Haggard' sorry to our industry. COME EARLY STAY LATE
lose Jerome Moore and Car* Size- Among these benefit the Calavo which would be of help In makinga

more, who were transferred to executive mentioned accessibility success of the unit.

another school. This class Welcomes of federal loans If needed through

T. G. Rayburn. the Co-operatives' Bank of Columbia -

3. C., reduction of overhead J

Mr Webb' dill la very proud cost standardization of pack .

t ti

Can Sealers i My Floor and leek Enamel l t

is Made to Stand Punish d- '

and CansOur '

NEED to worry shout porch *>y 59 year as palot aufcer tuttaught
or leads loon ...... '" palo m*.Mad Id 10 solid color

sanitary open top Continental cans are lIMa wick any Hoof ft Deck Bar -grays, browns bar a4 oak
Her** a Palm that caa take floor ft Deck low oadaI1
ideal for home canning. For many years the CM romp to their over wood concrete brick aatal

majority of home canners have preferred our of { lL*' dsUghl and aobody need or composition Boo....And k lasts'

so long it'* mighty etoooailralj
cans because they are uniform accurate de- a
San,Ice,rata sod
UICIW'-IrlDdo Pick oat your twit odes
pendable and strong. = cJ log footstepe-erei 1
-T. boiling water from the free color card my aethorlxed
"= ::- .won't auk* aoy Hoof ft Deck dealer will gladly give

Sanitary open top cans require a can sealer. =- Enamel turn color or chip oils yoo-so4 take advantage of the '
-- Thaiwhy k't especially in foe he I j
special offering
price on ml
We recommend the Burpee Simplex Sealer be t ears' open porches, expossd to the Davis Rotx Deck Eotael Palo* '

cause it is simple to operate and does not get a weather traftc.t lad farced to take a lot 01 this.....

out of order easily. -
re osnr C 1_ like all any palms,Floor*Deck 1t.IL'l I'
'II ,
T) Ialia. qvwry pro.!' .-- 'I
We carry a full line of sanitary cans in both 1 made with""! ,the'__aosriJ! preAv eve
;nil IL & DAVIS cot
s ad mixed with all die
the two and three size.KILGORE sapegtaesa, ,8aidmoerl,l<&,

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s. C after a two-month vWt her Wednesday to reported to be r- Leslie Cheshire has recovered

at the home of M... Byrunft wn tovering.MM from M attack .* UtAueniaMM .
and daughter-ln-taw Mr. Mid )AM
In and Around J. R. Byrum. 1*. foatoy, Stew TrwMwII MM Booth, Mia huth
and Arch McCready went fishingoff Tower and Gene Campbell visited,

Mr. and Mr*. John Bl hn of Rock Harbor trMay and WIN Annie Mae Booth In Fort

Perrine spent Wednesday with Mn brought back one hundred pound Lauderdale Wednesday .
Homestead of fish.
Eva CoUena. -
Hiram RitctT ..expected to return : .
I Mayor TIm H.-r* is recovering today from a business trip to \
r' Mr*. W. O Talbott, Mn W. II I from a light attack of Influenia Ru QalliaMr 1
Owen, Mr. D. B Btuihor and Mn 1
and Miss Parker In Jacksonville. returned A. C Albright I Chief of polio Homer Sullivan --- \
Mill Virginia Cameron a> expected to return *. L. T. Proctor ha been ill '
Evelyn Man-toon of New York City to West Palm Beach ycaterday In today from St Petersburg was able to be out Wednesday following since Wednwday
Arrived In Homestead Sunday for the afternoon Mr. Rhemy went to where they have been attending a week's WAN resulting
a visit of two weeks with Mia West Palm Beach to bring Mrs. tile O. It meeting since Tueeday I from dental surgery -"

Cnneron'i Mr. and Mr*. Rheney home FLORIDA CITY
I Mn C. Q Wheat and Mr*. Earl bfre. "'. |v. fevrry, Correspeft"t
A. Cameron, at their home In Herbert Turner
H. Fred BvUate StElmo ...
Meyer ot Coral Oablee and Min, -? W ..
Sevilla. Mr*. Geo. W. Turner Jr.. of Ad Young and Bill Cave spent M1pN1N11NNIInu.N MNNNNNNn NN
Coleman of
Chauncey St. Cloud
Astra chapter of the O E. S. and Friday fishing at Cape Sable. They Fla., pent yesterday Homestead Mr*. Lloyd Delta gave'a shower
Paul ShanMln nephew of Dr. Mn L. A. Fennell of Nartnjj report catching 9? pounds of sea Tuesday otters for Mrs. Geo.
a* the guests of Mr E. J. Dyal,
,. Lloyd C. Shanklln bat returned I chapter left Tuesday with a group trout and baa*. sister of Mn Wheat I Hardln the former Miss Florence
to his home In Iowa for a visit with of Miami friend to attend the, Godwin. Those prevent were: Mrs. .

.. his parent and his younger brother Eastern Star convention In SI t. O. A. West and son. Elbert, and Thomas Snowden of Tltusville Lake Delta, Mn Donald Sullhan,
;Cecil who tt home on furlough I Petersburg They are expected Robert Bigger spent Wednesdayand arrived Monday for a brief visit Mn Edward Dlshop, Mr Joe :
from """I naval training baM in home tomorrow light Mrs. Bob Wednesday night fishing at'with his liter, Mn W. C. House Doxaee Wr Geo. M. Sonnlchsen.Mn '

California. He will be gone In- Harris, worthy matron of Ad As Rock Harbor. B. F. Collier, Mrs. John Roh.
.eral week tea chapter went to St. Petersburg Barney Waldln; has suffered froman rer, Mrs. Hall Mrs Chat Clinton i

with Miami friend Mr attack of asthma this week. Mr*. Paul Haley, Mrs Bushes, Mr*.
Charles Hammond enteredSt.
Mr. and Mn Gilbert Olander A. B. Langham Mn HerbertTurner
Francis hospital In Miami Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stark and
who have spent the last six months Mrs. H Thompson, Mrs.R. .
Mn A O. Cain and her nephew, Beach Monday for treatment Mrs. Martha L. Murray winter
In Homestead will leave today Fletcher Bryant, are expected to visitors at Coral Gables spent the Worley, Mrs. J S. Cave. Mrs. r (
for their hone in Elkhorn Wiscon return today from short visit week-end W. Wilson ot Miami Mr*. Johnny
a Archer Smith, junior at the University with Mr. and Mrs. W.
sin. Becker, Mr. Fred Henri, Mr L
", with Mr. Briyanf sister Mrs. B. of Florida In Gainesville, K. Walton.
J. Wllkerson In Mt Dora and Mn pent the week-end here with his It Becker. Mn Efflyn Caroll Mrs. t
A. r Arthur left yesterday on Mn Annie Sutler and Mn H. J. Hardin Roberta Mrs. Rudolph
Lot Hobson a niece of Mn Cain, parent Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Smith. I
a business trip to Tampa, JacksonVlUe in Jacksonville Davis spent Thursday afternoon Mattson Mrs. W. It. Sheffield Mrs. f I
r and other key cities in Florida I In Coconut Grove visiting Mn II I Walkup. Mia Ireta Bethel Min ,
He will return within a C H Catewood returned Tuesday E. Stoddard. Ingeborg Mattaon MIa Melba
week. The Rev. and Mn C. N. Walker from a busmen trip in I and Mostly Sever. ,
Mr*. R f. Edwards, Mn Frank Charleston. I Gene Sutton and Fred Saunders
Gift were received also from
Irwin and Mrs. Bert Andrew attended __ ''of I. ]

Fort Gaines. cousin of Mrs. '
left Sun- friends who unable
Mrs. Augustus Wynn were to attend. ;
day for a two-week visit with her a district meeting of the Little Jo Ann Walker daughter i Lester Lawrence spent Monday i '
parents Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Smith Baptist Missionary Association In of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Walker,i land Monday night with Mr and A family celebration In honor v
of Klssimmee who formerly resided -, Miami on Friday. who was taken to the hospital on Mrs Lawrence, (Continued on Page Twelve) i
in HomeiteadMr )
I I Theodore Franklin John Fred-

Daisy Ellis and her daughter rick, Roy Wood, Rudolph Coalman pb II

I Mill Mildred Ellis of Sarasota and.William Chamber arrived
, ,- pent the week-end with Mr*. Friday morning from the University -

EllUft" ICJI and daughter ot Florida at Gainesville, I i iI iI
; Mr,and Mr*. Floyd Fogle Mrs. top the spring.holidays They expect it
-\ .llis' Other daughter Mill Bonnie to return on Monday. if t
t 1t 1 1f 1i ."Viii'S who"hai been staying in f
t i Homestead and Floyd Fogle Jr., Mn D. B. Brown of Miami
returned to Sarasota with them. Beach and Mn Roger of Chicago,
TAf and Mr"*. Yogis will g* for were Saturday night guests ot Mr. ,I

q their ion in a month. and Mr. R H. Done.
Mrs. John C. Evan who spent Mn Laura Duncan who U

the winter with her uncle, John known to WQAM audiences a.

i Sauer, at hit .grove on Redland Loretta Bailey her daughter, Jac-
iI road leave for her home in Philadelphia queline and MarJorie, and Mrs

I today. Madeline Young all of Miami
visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.J. i
The Rev. and Mr*. Milton B.: R. Byrum Sunday afternoon.

j Sackett, Albert Cave, delegate r r sEcEZR
from the Episcopal Church of
Mn Iva Mock of Pahoka I* '
Homestead, Mn Cave, and Mr*. '
visiting Mr. and Mr*. F. D. Mock. I
W, J, Clark, delegate from theWoman oil ycveE' %
returned last Hg 00to CWae
1 night Auxiliary I i Mr*. J. M. Byrum and her Proves thrilling new completenessIn EW 1N 1R 0 '
\ : from Orlando where they attended N
daughter Miss Core Byrum returned 46,611
the diocesan convention of "'
to their home in Greenville :
the Episcopal Churches of Florida. 1 is
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. Hunter Harden underwent an DR.M.A.BERGERDentist t. GREATER ICE-ABILITY t aYy tEnds t"
operation for removal of his ton'till. -
.... Saturday! In Miami. He and "Cube-Struggle and "Ice-famine"! SB! y:r 't I
Mrs. Harden and their baby are THE PROOF .dam

visiting with Hrs. Harden' par STORAGEAI3ILITYcam'
,.ntav Dr. and Mr*. Pintado while 2. GREATER

I' in Miami.. 36 N. Krome Avenue New ?Way Adjustable Interior t SEE THE. PROOFl

t, Mr*. W. E. Rhcney and her Upstairs 3. GREATER PROTECT-ABILITY r
and sister Dr. rr.dMr
: *: L: W. StiMkleford of West Office Hours 8:30-4:30 Keeps food safer, fresher longer! SEE THB PROOF

1 1A Palm Beach who have been visiting OPEN EVENINGS 4.
, In St. Petersburg and Atlanta Dl APPOINTMENTDR.B.F.STEBBINS
f Wd with their mother Mn. W. r .Y.1t Protection Plan, backed by General Motors.

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Bcrtotvred Optometrist* yean practice In Homestead I 4

? We can now render you the same service in our Homestead .
office that you may get In our Miami offices We have equipped
j ; our Homestead office with the latest of Instrument, such at .
."Arne on Drthoptor with which we can correct muscular Imbalances I \
and itralgljten crossed eyes.Rooms Simphtt rfiifmti g mKkmim Iris "
S and 7. McCrory Arcade-Thurs. 5P00 p. m to 8:00: p m I Onto!Only J soaring pan, tmtltuUmfthe ""
Saturday night--7.30 to 10:00 p, m Main offices Miami, 120VW motor permanently oiled "*led ,
Flagler, air conditioned. Phone 32319 and 27152 Associate I against. moisture and d rt. Give IUP...
Dr. U W. Stebbfn DUTT at amazing saving. in THE nool t
Ingraham Bldg with The Tumlin Clinic. Room 4U, phone with M actual electric mater tub PRICES
.I121 Associate, Dr. T. A. Stebblnl.HARRY'S .
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No n..4' sow to buy except oa; feod-ttora and food.pKiwrv**ere* 11O-
noon Nor to do without coo kaowal That it will save enough ooplMCMM
WELDING SHOP in All f Basks Kifnffrf&t* C'UIfttIc.DeI food bill to pay for
SoWin/ For M.IGIDAI1I with the ititlf. and p.r you a profit k> ildnl
PM CETO1. FLA MtTUlOSlXMUanewsiuidardia lot full fLn. In l7 you need LAY TERMS
SUreaw/rv at an asnaiing; saving HIGIDAJ*! COMPLETE tuvid.
..and,reface k ABI1JTY See out PRO01.
Parable Electric: and Acetylene Welding are Cylinder Blocks, Coee *.l>'rlaldaln DtMOMTSUTIONJl i
.t ?Cylinder Heads, Aluminum Coatings and noilcrs. die smog tmfitn ke-provid todajrlHOMESTEAD

Automotive SfacMne Repairing-Caterlnf U gauges la main

:.:.. i bearing pouring and aligned reaming, eeuieeUaff red peering FURNITURE CO.
area kerlag and cylinder 1IerI...

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I Social Events in South Dade't.]

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anu.were married Friday;
-.::it Thelma Estelle Turner and| The bride wa born In Baltimore afternoon In Fort Lauderdale by;
married I but baa spent most of her life here Judge Boyd Anderson. The cere Mr*. W. P. Ogleiby of Coral guest, Mrs. Ofleaby, Mr*. R.'It
McOarrah were
Edwin 1 She It a graduate of Redland High many was witnessed by Mr and Gables gave a luncheon and mUcellaneoua Done, Mr Alfred E. Baker o( Si
Saturday evening In the parsonage, Mrs. Howard Smith shower' Louis and her
School and a member of the Junior of Miami and Saturday for daughter, Either,
)I the Redland Community Church. I Woman Club of Homestead. She Mill Cynthia Blonde and Howard Mia Cervical Done at Homestead Mr Roger of Chicago Mrs'&
The .tB l also Smith of Fort Lauderdale. whose engagement to Lewis Tread- D. Brown of Miami Beach and her:
ceremony was performed I > an officer in Ad A tra
The bride wore a spring frockof well Kiium of Miami waa announced daughter, Barbara, Mr*. C. T. Bo
39 clock the Rev. C. G. Nelson chapter
o by
I brown and white with white accessories. lat week. The party via, Mrs Martha Ousley, and Mrs.
pastor of the church in thepresence The bridegroom a ton of Mr. wo given In the tea room of the Dan E. Huff of Miami Misses
of Mr. and Mrs. Ceo W.I and Mr Ben .
] McOarrah, was San Sebastian Hotel Esther and Barbara Done and Mine
Turner, Jr., parent of. the bride, born in Plain, Ca. and came to She i* a daughter of Mr*. Jack Coven were laid for: the honor Ruth Oglesby
and Mr. and Mr* Cha O. Turner,|Homeitead when he was abouti Dolar and a step-daughter of Mr. -
I her uncle and aunt. ale year old He was graduated Dolor Though born In W u-

The bride was lovely In a moire:'from Homestead High School and chula she has lived here about
taffeta gown with silvery pastel i attended Stetson University in twelve ;year. She la a member of t s
rented stripe running In diagonal DeLand when his parent movedto the junior clan of'Homestead High
fashion on the full puff sleeves,i I that city At present ha hat School and a member of Home.ateld'
ii" firm filling bodice and the )I charge of the circulation of the High Glee Club and of the
I tin I ing swing, ikirt At the point Miami Herald on the Key Pep Club. She plans to remain

..: II I,i' shaped neck was anucled I Mr. and Mra McOarrah are at I I In school until the end of the term.

I clip of matching tin... home to their friends In an apartment The brldoggroom la a son of Mr.I Fresh '
I tippers i completed the In Mrs Peter Johnoon homeat 'and Mrs Robert Greer of Douglas.
''''1<'. 307 N. W. Twelfth atrcet I C.... who moved to Homestead In
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:' Ilea and attended the ,
WOMAN'R-CLUn Douglas
I !Ischiols. but came to Homesteadfive
SUPPER PARTY AND BENEFIT BRIDGE years ago At present he Is I CreamMade
I living In Homestead but after three :
week will be employed by the
1"11t' Api 11 social meeting of the! Wolfe:c. P. Orlnold, A. O. Cain, I. Miami Broom Co.
.iunior Woman Chib of Homed Otto Bemecker, E. A. Buchananand
ef. .. trill, be held at the American J...Cay I They plan to start housekeepingwhen I tart taM. aleroteoa and one
Daily WITIf
tuiian Cafe in Florida City; Monday school i It out. h, ..., ch.miat rail pears thewpr.mW
At Monday; nights meeting of DC ItII'till aJ M.a.u WithDo '-
evening at 8 o'clock. Mrs I the Rebekah final plan for the I thaati rmi cul rtacfc the sum CMCfcutoa.
Claude Mr MISS MERLE McMICHAEL In how whim ud muv it I>. U.r. bow
Campbell trip mad. Those it il tram mat,Mithr IiMrirara tuead
were iron
DOTHAN MAN ... .... ..,.. .
Home and Mr. James Perkins MARRIES .4 Md l. *ctM*
j will be hosteaaM. Hannah Mrs.Moon Edna, Strickland Mrs Blanch Mr*. Announcement was made this OurOwn n... .'e:.M-iiU U ura wIG. kw.An4kUui.vu4l! w
week of the marriage of Miss Merle sabla W
On Wednesday evening the club Chapman, Mra. Florence Pacetti,
McMlchaet of Dothan, Ala. .tq
will give a benefit bridge and bun Mr*. Wolfe, Mr. Beatty, Mrs.
of the la Ma.rlanr.
Hugh Ron same city -
co party in the Woman' Club Grinold, Mrs. Flora Compton, Mrs. MeMichael
Apr 4. Kill
building to get funds for making Matilda Fox Mrs: Nellie atullin, visited on In Homestead lilt sumhier Milk of Magnesia
alteration In the building. Mr*. Mra. Thelma Bedford. Mrs. Ger. Store '
with her Miss Chrtattae .
Stanley Wlttkop, Bret Perkins. trude CipBnget and C. T. Fuch '
and her uncle and < .
Hughes aunt. 35cTMiun25
Mr*. J S. H orion and Mia Pearl -
Mr end Mr. Wm. McMichael
Whitaker are making arrange* .
NEIGHBORHOOD CLV"B MEET3 Mr and Mrs Ross will reside
jrent for this party
I I Mr*. L. B. Sommer and Save
SENIOR ...T. P. U. WAS Webb won the high core prize at W. M. C.REARS .'
FISH FRY AT CANALThe I I bridge at the meeting of the Neigh PROGRAM ON FRANCE: LUNCHEON
: Senior B. Y. P. CT of the ,borhood Club Tuesday evening at W. M. U Circle Three gave a,
First Baptist Church of Homestead l i the home of Mr and Mra Lee a program on the French people at
1'\0"' a: "l I.R fry at the Florid City Lehman.' Mrs. Dew Webb and T. the general meeting of the union HOT OR COLD DISHES SERVED DAILY
n"l 1 Tuesday evening. Coffee J Faust were awarded low score in the Flnt Baptist Church Wednesday -
id in ippetlzlng plate of potato prise afternoon. Mrs. H, f iCol-I .. 11:30 to 2:00THE
''d.' Mmv, pickles and corn bread Those present were: Mr. and I I liar the leader made the openIng -
I isers" ,d with the fish I Mrs. Sommers, Mr. and Mrs. Faust, prayer and Mra Mae King gave

Those i present were: the Rev j I Mr and Mr*. Webb Mr and Mrs. I the devotional. Mr*. W. K. Lewis
{ Iltl, Mi' c' N Walker, Miss Lou,Steve Diamond, Dick Brook. W. 1 i I talked on "Prance on Review"; '-
1 I I. <,I 11I11'11. Miss Mary Ranson!ll E. Rbeney and the boat and hoatSQfERADE Mrs S. L. West spoke on "A Woman
w" M IIV JIIKlbl'lh Kyle Miss,ass. i I '* Vlalon and The Arcadia l
'Ilea.rnn.. Miss Nellie Mae Mnr-f Academy; and Mra Bert An- DIXIE
) Mime Either: Pope Miss MurloRfdd M.\ : PARTY I derive gave a report of the atsoclitlonal : I DRUG"g

I Miss' Ruth Tower, Mis IS POSTPONEDThe I meeting held in Miami The Rexall
I ',"airs.1 Hughes Myron Greni masquerade party that tr>e I Friday. Mrs. G. A. West made .
<'tl, Virgil Grennell Francis Ira young people of the Homestead the closing prayer Homestead, Florida _

Dukes West Freddie Borg Methodist Church had scheduled I Mr*. R. E. Edwards, the president I ., "
rdi and Kenneth Chambers. for April It has been postponeduntil urged the members to bring Uiinn"-" .-I W ,MWUIt .
otter the revival at the church I i I Octagon coupon to help get ,
LOCAL REBEKAHS TO ATTEND: li over 1 fund for the Baptist orphanage,

Mr Margaret Gay wlU be Leb-I g,11II1II1II1II11II1II1I= 1I111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111{ llllllll1111111UIIIIIIA11111'1111iilllilll11111Ililillllll{ {IIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIiiillilllllllllllllllLSpring { { !

; arty Rebekah lodge repreicnUtlv =
at the meeting of the grand I
lodge InrLak Wile from Apr. 18'
to SI Others who plan to attend i Frolic I
are: Mr. and Mra. H. B. Seattle,
Mr*. Cora Crlnold, Mrs. Harry D.f1 .

; and CARE Beauty I I:t DANCE iI

True beauty demandsthe
best of car at all I ass
time Whether you I
wish a wave a facial I
a manicure or any of I CI-
the other essential aid ,
to beauty, you'll find -3

quickly the pi ready 1'1 skilled to at Beauty any operator nerve time Parlor you at I Saturday, April 17, 9:30-2:001:: ;

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Euen.ts Principal and Mn-L 8. Som-,; BY MEMBERS OF HOMESTEAD B. P. W. C. M

r Social I I I' mar entertained the school force -

I at a nipper served buffet fashion I A debate on the President bin Fucha Baking Co
I on the lawn at their home in to alter the SupcHM Court we The tluto voted to c'ontribute to

Downer Palau yesterday evening. given at the meeting of Die BOOM- the lift which the clubs of the district
1"In9tW were the faculty teed Business and Professional .
are planning1 to give to MnVma
SCHOOL WILL PRESENT FASHION WALK"AT members, board members, school Women's Club In Legion hall Monday Betterley retiring district
trustees and Janitors, and their evening by Mr Flora D.
P.-T. A. MEETING TUESDAY EVENING director at the district meeting
wives and husbands.COMMITTEES Myera and Mr*. Ben Archer who .to the Miami Battle Creek Sanitarium -
-- ,. defended the President' bill and on Apr. JA

-Urs. Gladys Webb..hems econ* Field Margaret field :Peggy Al- AU NAMED Mrs 4. F. Hammett end Mrs. A. C. The members who desire to go
omict teacher In Homestead High lea. Elizabeth Hall Helen Brad FOR WOMAN'S CLUB i Easton who took the negative tide. to this district meeting were asked

School, will present the pupils it ley Marjorie Webb and Frances Mrs. Joel J Robinson who took I The decision was left: the audience te nettfy the secretary, Mn. J. E
her sewing classes iItaabIo.. Webb. office as president of the Woman's who voted for affirma Oaittena, soon because Mrs. Cau-

,walk at the Homestead P.-T. A. Next come: a camp scene where Club et Homestead Tuesday an- tive. tens must make reservation for
meeting in the Neve King Cooper the "children" are engaged In nounced the following committee Announcement was made that tb* luncheon by Apr. 21
School Tuesday evening at I various sport In this group listed appointments: program, Mrs. H. H. "Feature Story," a moving picture At the next meeting of the club
o'clock. Mr*. Alice Tyre, county in the order of their appearance Ewing; house Mrs. Harry D. bowing the tmperUne of wheat Monday Apr. 28 the process of
supervisor of horn economics, an: Nina Bullard, Annie Laurie Wolfe and Mrt. W. D. Bishop; and bread Id the dally diet, will be taking a bill through congress will
will> make I abort Introductorytalk : I i Willis, Frances Lamb Thelma membership Mrs. P. B. Bird; civic, I I shown to the club soon by the be gone through.superintendent .
and Lester Archer win five| Radford, Mary Grace Eugll,I. Mr, J. S. Horton; literary> and edu.
a readiiiS "Why n. Chose Mary Constance Hunter, Donnle Wallace, rational" Mill Jennie Lobdell; BAPTIST TEACHERS AU of the department
.rane-t .. ..", I Margaret Lawrence, Julia Sulli-I visiting and flower, Mn Annie R. [INVITED TO SUFFER will be In charge

'A nominating/ eommittee headed I vsn, Marjorie Lewis, Dorothy Ash- Butler, Mr I P McLean and Mrs All of the teachers of the Sunday Plans for this wen*made Wednesday -
by Mr: C.: N. Walker will make its' I' by. Grace Gray, Kathryn Orfanedes H. C. Reid; publicity, Mrs. N. G? School of the First Baptist Church evening at a meeting of the
report and officer for the next Rose Peterson Mary Ellen [Ball. .j|I are Invited *> a pot luck supper primary teachers held in the Sun
school year will be elected. Gay Esther Rucker, Florence Mrs Bishop was appointed to I which will be served by the teachers day school building.Announcement .
Nelson. Yvonne Pollard, Mary take charge of a program In which of the primary department on
This year the fashion allow willpretest was made of the
: Louise Pierce Gnats Torrhte the mortgage on the clubhouse will the lawn of the home of Mr. and
N Ua Saul ** the old Sunday school associational meeting r
: Juanita Koeetllne Betty Jane i I be burned. Mr*. O. I. Oault Monday eveningat
woman who lived In a thoe. Her, which will be held in the Del-
problem it calved however, 'for Doris Meybem Campbell.In Vugtoia. Kinnard and > Mrs. Wolfe, retiring president, Is 1 o'clock. Mrs. J. R Doraey ray Baptist Church at 8 o'clock

she hut tent her many children to 1 now secretary. -- Sunday afternoon.Present .
tchool to learn tit ew and now I the last scene a neighbor, The CalendarApr.
I : I at the meeting wore:
Hazel Pennlngton, drop In to obtain m- ,
lets them have a fashion walk to PARTY IS Mn Dorsey, Mrs. R. E DBMS I ,
advice from the '
1 how the garment they have I tome old' lady FOR MJ'S1LKES'' Mrs Jack Polk, Miss Nellie Mae
of the shoe who is out In the garden 19-Social meeting of Junior
made. Mn. Gordon King cave a monopoly Martin Miss Ellen Vann. T CShackletord
beside her shoe-house with two Woman' Club of Homeitead I
In the tint scene the following of her smaller children Annette :'I party for her sister Mist Elizabeth Frank Mcllwain and
> Apr. 18 Pot luck: for
girls Wllkes upper the Rev. C. M Walker.Electrolux.
seventh grade wear dresses! Campbell and Enla Declno. The of Miami Tuesday afternoon. Baptist Sunday School teachers at
and suitable for housework: Miss Eunice Walker and i
aprons girls In this model afternoon
scene home of Mrs. O. I. Gault at 7
Edna Becker. Ellen Schallern, Ge- dresses and other "dressup"frocks. I Mrs. King tied for honors. o'clock.

neva Vann. Mary Miatretta, Rosa A rainbow iifnawich course was Apr, U Kteeung of Garden I

Bllello. Mildred Bata Myrtle In this group are: Marcia Oaunyns I I served. Club _with Mrs. R J. Shepherd.Apr. '
Edna Forte, Carol Walker '
Fhinney I Present besides those named '
Catherine Marsh Margaret 20 Homestead P.-T. A.I
:Jenkins, Ruth Owen
Merle" ,
; were: Miss Edwina Close. Miss
I Murphy, Marjorie Moser Edith I'I'I meeting at I o'clock. |
MaryiJejClose, En la Declno Mar.
Elizabeth Mcllwain Miss Sy-
f Becker, Eunice Walker Mary Apr. 20-Meeting of Gleaners' :
Jorle 'fotmer, Pauline Knight bil Cheshire and Miss Lucille West
Frances Arthur, Mildred and Margaret Class. I
Thalroa'y Bedford, Melba Van I The kerosene'operated
Field, Jane Cttlln. Nina Apr. Jl-Redland High SchOOl !;
Winkle,,) Ulveljn Syke, Annette Dyal Rachel Gossman, Goldla MRS. REED GIVES READINGSAT fashion show and one-acfplay at < refrigerator. Perfect refrigeration
Campbtfl Dorl iI Thompson, liable I
? GrennelL Eleanor Sullivan, Ruth REDLAND SILVER TEA 7:30: p. .m. I for a few
Pope,! Relthmtiier, TereaaHtddi '
; I Fredrick. Constance Soherr Beth I Apr. 21 Junior Woman's Club
We S#' Horton. jBeatrtc wu,. An original: reading by Mn. Geo. cents a day.
Hunter, Pel/uAllen. Jane Keeley, benefit bridge and bunco party In I j
on, >jdha: eel'' eavner and Lola I:. Reed and readings by her expression
Louise Harris Nellie Mae Martin, Homestead Woman' Club build
pupil were given at the
Carpenter ......; "
I Mary Adams, Dottle Home Evelyn Redland Epworth!: League silver ing. Every Modern Convenience
In 9ie second scene the old lady1,'Pope, Frances Lett Mary Hanson tea held at the home of Mn. Gott- Apr. 22-Meeting of Study Clubat

children wear everyday cotton and I Helen West, Ellen Vann Mosely lieb Kufeldt in Redland Monday home of Mia Jennie Lobdell. I lie.Dally Attention Needed..
sport dresses they have made. In, Sever Sybil Cheshire Bonnie afternoon Miss Jean Calkin gavea Apr. 23--Maeting of Arsine -- -- --- -
this group are: Jane Qatlin, Edwin :I Otoover Marjorie Rdd, Marguerite resume of the league Institute Club at 3 o'clock In I. O. O. F hall I No Water or ElectricityNe
Close, Helen\ Parker, Denieze Murphy, Estne Pope and Virginia plan of part years. Apr. 28-Meeting of Homestead:'
Morton Bordi Horne Bess Hunter '," frfck' About fourteen dollars was contributed a P. W. C. In Legion hall at 8 p. m. j -Machinery- U Wear
: Louise Harris Ruth Frederick, |I Alto 'Weostoe and Phyllis Per to the fund for sending Apr. 27 Business meeting of I -- i
Mary France Arttiufc Mildred ;I man verve aa a,". delegates meeting. Horn" Woman's Club. Prr.1b Silent
Iced tea tend cake were served.% Apr. 27 F L. T. Clue meetIng -,

CLASS ENJOYS II funds to give" two-week scholarships at home of Mrs. Margaret -Prowls--feed-Perfectly

STEAK FRt I : in any Girl Scout camp In the Mission Itu-'m;;: the book. I Gay Saves Step. Mark. Money
Miss AnJIoneHtJktoy entertained eeuntrj to at least one member of "Follow Me". was conducted May 9 Homestead> Girl Scouttroop's i
the members of her each troop. i' Mr*. J. C. Vann when the b"l celebration of its seventh' ,

school clasp'Tuesday The girt whose records and Study Class met at the home of anniversary. Let Ut show you how easy It
a steak fry Slaw pickles, SuncJe9 jDortmanship get the highest Mn. Annie Butler. After the study; I May 10 Association--Redland District fish Ministerial at I !II to own an Etocteeiux.
hot chocolate wljii nur rating Its the troop will be period Mrs Butler served pumpkinpie. Matheson hammock fry {
also, were served. the one chosen. The 'scholarship Mr Vann will be the next See
May U Redland P.-T. A.
After the party the group attended does not provide transportation. hostess. I
the revival meeting at 'I .. meeting at 8 p. m. Executive
the Homestead MethodUt Church j'I I committee meeting at 3 p. m. J. W. MAGLNNIS

Present beside the hostess; and May 20 Homestead Home ,....
Demonstration Club and at 2 IS N. It Ave.WHEN .
her snoUttq\ Mrs. A. S. May,were: \ meeting

Mary' Jo' Close, Louise Deerlng, Your Voice CAN Travel More exhibit
Mary JIlel0.! .,, Marjorie Lewis.
Margaret Lawrence, Iris CaplirgM,

Mary .Grace English Betty Jan Quickly Than Ever
Meybem, Nina Billiard. Sue Mcye
and Wdnetta Koestllne.

SCOUT COOKIE SALE I THE average lime required to complete all long

ENDS TOMORROW NIGHT off I distance telephone call it now only IJ minutes, i

Tomorrow will be the last day as compared to 7J minutes la 1925. Place a long
the G& Scout cookie ,
sale an annual ,
distance call and almost: every time the connectionwill
county-wide event to prgvidoDR
.. be made at ones while you hold the receiver
to your ear. I

While the speed of the service bat been steadily

..0$" increased the coat remain low. New operating I

method and improved equipment have made the -

,, 1 We' give service aa clear and convenient aa on local call. YOU BUY THE

Bettering the service while extending hour for
genuine reduced rate and actually decreasing the cost -

EUGENE Permanent have prompted many customer to comment to the e Why risk your money on unknown rasor "

w.. WluK -.h. .J operator of write to the Company up..Inc.ppr. blade Buy ETobak .-procJlICt of the
est lasting curb-*..'. she elation *f the service and surprise at the low coat.Yeu. _Id'* largest blade ..... Probate Jr. I*

Wf et.-IIOOI..... ground boned and trooped by pedal proc of
will be with the peed clear-
GU4 aWi ih* kind two, too. pleated I eta...quant?oVuble-edg*blade that(cB*. ar 'l
he *e da gnome 160" net and low cost of long distance telephone at 4 fee 10,. Built to whisk through tnt

I .......with gessiee Esglae ervice.Us* it to keep i. touch with 'friend relative tangliest whiskers without pull or brftatte Gi

Mtoia IH M "drew' tore and business asaocUte in other cltlea. Buy apacksittoday andeaJgytip-topilisTee,,

ktaf for Ae ,,_. wish eeMnl For ..Information just calf the long dieUace
uaJuUikMt and ItatfRusk's
'w 'st usd neck twins operator.


; & Beauty Parlor I Telephoneand Telegraph Compaw I I

Kim LOUe Veewav O.eeaee aareeaawwewwari
i I 6 r.ut.G1 at 1111 DI loM.utl".1

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Para Ten THE LEADER- ENTERPRISE Friday. April 16,


-. MRS. JOHN SCARBOROUGH MISS EUNICE WALKER: compressors M well U the expanAifon '


Mr*. John Scarborough wa hon- I Eunice Walker entertained will also faUlt the km of (a*.'

I ored with a surprise birthday- Mini Lucille West, Miss Sybil The Itedland Appliance *ervlce

HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB MEMBERS. bridge party by Mr*. Stanley Witt. Cheshire and MISS Kllzabeth Mc- department hat a crew of foe.chaolr .

WILL ENTER CANNED MEAL CONTEST kop at the Wlttkop home Friday llwaln at a dumber party at her that I Ia thoroughly trained

evening home on Friday night. Friend In every ptuuw of refrigeration cod

-- The room were decorated with joined them for game Friday has been ipoclallzlng\e17 In dale '

Miss Eunice Grady, newly! appointed | bean, pea, papaya mango and Easter lilies and other seasonal evening a I type of work Mr. Brown uld.

horn demonstration agent | various other food flower After a few games of tennis Sat-

lot Dd County, Mill IsabelleThursby The annual exhibit of the club Mr*. Scarborough wa presented urday" morning the girl had ?
with a whit birthday. cake deco- l>lrr breakfast on tHe tennis
will be held an
diy In the club-
Ute economist and Mr.
room In the Neva King Cooper rated with pink and green, a gift of court. I Ii CiROV'ETIIEATR
Keltic Murphy assisted with the the hostess, and after the candle
School on May 20, It was Mel d. .
program of the Homestead Home Member who have canned products were lighted and blown out, she i At Friday' meeting' of the Areme i I :

Demonstration Club yesterday ready will display them at received the gift that the other Club only business matters were COCONUT DROVE

forenoon. I. that time. guest had brought her. A gift wa dlwuned. Present were: Mn A. '; Shows T and I Admission tie

received also from Miss Miriam R Meybem. Mr*. Oeo W. i Matinee Bit. and Suit. Zto
Mill Thuraby explained the Prevent wereMr: *. R. I: Turn..r'I' .
Burton who was unable to attend. Jr., Un. Wayne Calkin, | telp.ra.Bun. .,
detail of a cunning contest that I i ward president, Mr O. C.
I Individual Ice cream cup were M John, Mr*. Bert Branch and
li to be held In which each member ford Mr Ceo. N. Waketleld. Ed-I
served with the birthday cake Mia Helen Livingston. .. Mon Tue**. Wed,
wetabla.1a I IW' |
will enter a canned D. Coker, Mr*. Bert Three table of bridge were In I Apr. 11. 1*. M. II
canned meat and canned fruit' Mr frank Haiuman .
a Mr*
play. Mr*. Johri Andrew Webb The Rev and Mr A. A. Koeit-
and with thin a menu of a neat to Drawdy. Mrs. WMttrnwIler,
: ';1 made the high score; Mrs. R. L. line entertained Mr. and Mr*. W i| 1
be built around the three food she Mae King Mr*. A. O Sm b, Mrs'j I i11))
A. Nolan at farewell dinner Wednesday
Walker the second More; and Mr*. a I,
exhibit I| Fred Suber, Mrt. Harry a
Curtis Monroe the low *oor*. Mr*. evening at the parsonage ,
She exhibited sample of canned and three visitors, Mr. Edwin
Joel J. RoUliwon received a floating Mr. and Mrs Nolan leave today for
baked chicken with dressing, WMtMi. Mr*. Geo Prick and Mr I
Columbia S. C.
I prize .
Italian meat ball ;
carrot; string Cecil Walker. '
.. .. Those present were: Mr E. A.
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Buchanan, Mn. Floyd M. Foals Turn Off Refrigerator !' Sit .


I. M. Sonnlchwn, Mr*. Paul Reynolds Prqperly If to Be IdleIf
Mrs. Preston B. Bird, Mr*.

A. O. Cain Mn. Webb, Mn. Mon an electric refrigerator lit .I' ALICE fAY[ .lbe mJIBrotbers.n

The Homestead Olrl Scout troop; Jo* Nell Slagle, and Melba Van roe, Mr Walker, Mr. Scarborough I Idle for three week or more and

will celebrate its seventh blt'Ji- Winkle and the honteu. : has not been properly shut off I .i GEORGE BARBIElr .

I Lieutenant I I costly damage Accrue, C. J. :
.J Lucas directed a may -: -
day anniversary May 9 by entertaining
i picture observation game Brown, manager of the Redland ., Fri. Apr. U. tl 1

the father of the members I The girl were taught how to LEGAL NOTICES Appllince: service department I i HENRY FONDA G

at a campfire party i, treat crtchet Barbara Big gen I warn home and apartment owner and

Committee for the celebrationappointed i I paned her flrit-ald teat '" TH*' COUNTY' JI'IIGR'II' COURT IN. who plan to leave home for any ANyABE: >" ; i
at Tunda)'* meeting nt t: ; After the meeting, Mr;*. Lucas IN PROHATrT. NO latt length of time. In ,

the home of Mrc Frank Skill, captain served Ire cream and Girl Scout IN RRi. BVTATt OF JAMES A. gOPRRNOTint "Air will be drawn Into the refrigerator "Wings of the ;

are: food Geraldine Reitt,, cookie >> Of IMTCNTOTN TO MARE AP. 'I system If the refrigerator Treve"A

Virginia Klnncr Elizabeth Skill,. Scout present were: Barter I PLICATION. .ta hereby rOJt rtrrn FINAL that" DISCHAROB.Notlr I hara HMmy ha not been properly hut off," I Saturday, ..

Athley Kemp and Barbara Big Bigger. Vida Clark Marion Ed- final rrpurt and patttlon for FinaltMaohal Mr. Brown said, "and when air NOAH BEERT.

gees. camp fire, Vida Clark Vent i mond Catherine Grave, Grace ream a**ttenrr n * ar af loud the. that Vital as. the of I|I come In contact with the ga used In

Rheney. May France Rutland Ciay Merle Jenkins, Athley Kemp J I Mth day of'April, IMl? I Bill apply. *> tII. |I In many systems It I* converted "The Mighty 5
and Dora Scott; entertainment Margaret Lawrence. Vera Aheney "I HoawraM. W. r Wanton. CooMy -a Into sulphuric acid and corrosion I
I of Dad. County Florida for approval nfuM
Grace Gray, Catherine Grave, Mary France Rutland Geraldine final rrport and for ftollll discharge" Nil in."The. .J
Merle Jenkins, and Margaret Lawrence Reitz. Elisabeth Skill x...."". or the Katat* of James A.
and Joe Nell
dmw.I. damage caused this
cleun-up, Marion Edmonds. Slagle. I. Uatrd- this JTIh t, f h, Id?. I corrosion UybY I
.IIii'ftaM may '
-..-- -..,.. : A wOPtR.
---I A. Kw....? or the rotate of In_. Uit- entire system and cause the
FRIENDS GIVE SHOWER I I I rA. ........ doe ss.d.
FOR MRS. 1UBERUAV | I Attorney for MmmtotApril.

Many useful gift were received I Mr. J. U. Free, and Mr*. J. C. ( I, .. I*, tt 1e> ARES :,

,by Mrs. Albert L. Itabcrmin at a Davit I I I I MARKS

urpriae shower given for her by I ""1." FOR mm Trios Sf WISH .. J
her neighbor In the El Patio LEGAL NOTICES I DADS COUNTY fLORIDA -- A .. r

apartment Monday afternoon in I I Styled. haft will h. received kr the City \ WI\
I Council W tin Car ef H M.Md. nU. RRy'Off
Mr. E. W. Chandler' apartment NOTICE .. M I .'rbrk .. a. I. I. T. April II IMT.liiw &'
Prize winner In contests were Notlr la hm4 mine thai the aariw- .. which sod plow >U bid _... OHf
tl r:.4 will Introduce kill at the will be
a protocol I publicly .and load rod stood. rur
Mrs Barney Wddin Mr*. L. B. W the InMaun of Uw stake of furabNIiMI all ....rIo.., taboo. >n4tmrtlnn war r
Danxey and Mr. Ha rm.n. I Florida. to anwad the tkartrf ..f th* I tPOWER
"f Noah Miami Brack Florhta aatn4la LINE IMPKOVrMrNT _
A sandwich course wa served. _rIr\l.. Ik* boundaries of amid. ANn WATER SYSTFM DETTIR.A : .
Present were: Mr*. Wilburn yipoIRy and ehawrine the boundaries MKII'I'. PARTICULARLY KNOWN 1:
I' ..... __... '
: tkorrln P W. A, DOCKET IIM-PPM
Reed Mr. W C. MOUM Mr*. J. M. E. M. TUrXFR Any kM. received after the welded. time Isekf
Tyner, Mr*. H. C. Reid, Mr AnnieButler Apr I*. I*. M Mar TlNOTWt .... ..... will not be taft_ I.t

Mr*. G A. Weit Mr. L. T. lark, kid ahall k* submitted. on form t
auppllad ky the. City of H_..... Floe
Proctor. Mrs. J. T. Martin, Mr*. J. NOTICE II HEREBY GIVEN 1h.1 the .... Rare bid anal k* accompanied kya
S Snowdtm, Mr. G S. Howard I Board af County inilMikMira will r.. ....If..lrd *h...k V kid bond I. the amount
.n _... kid for Ik* parckaa. ft MM .f ftv par went 1K,11 I of the bid ai (oar.ante .
Mr*. A. D. Cofer, Mr E. A. Davis, lollinrlnaOarrlkad pmpartytTk that the bidder If award the controat -
Mr*. Richard Dealer, Mr*. Waldln West Half IWkj} of the Nortk.w will within fir* sal _..1.*
Uuartor INWI4I of the II....... ralmdar dan after written ......* being
Mrs. Haberman, Mrt Chandler and tortba II. Iran of seek award enter hit a wrttUnmntraet
Miss Sallle McMlchael Tft.: Quit114M.: ... U Eaat, with the City of HumaaloadFlorida. .
.wlalM,. tt ...., ajiara *r lees. kafnalorawd In aMerdaaoa with the --'
Gift were received from: Mr*. al the. latMoMMM of Arnnada.nd kid, and rlv a Contrart Rnroty Bond w4 s".WItUAM.
Richard _da. ..r.-. to the City nil 1Kumwww, Flow.Ma Sell'li f
All kWi. w W filed with Ih* Clark. tl Ik* .. ..... per "", (10096) 4 ,
LEGAL NOTICE Snood of Co. C.mml.1.eere w or b.. (lot the aontraoTVtoo. ,
tow 10,01: No bidder withdraw isle hid
Apr* St. Ira. nay for s
MnTNH Or APP' 'UION FOB TAX Th. Hoard af County d......*.>ra IV.rrvwj 1.l[ of thirty I (Ml daya allot the also The amazingly washable, Wall Finish
l>pr.l> tk* rtaht to r.) M any or all bide. ... tot tk* opmlna thmof ;
assets* HIM Me. lal R H LEATHERMAN. Clerk. | Thor will k* not aMr thai '
NOTH ID HERFUV GIVEN Ikat C A. By w. E. MOHTON D. C. I I' **rn ThouMind: **von Hundred Eighty. Even the kid themselves can hide their dirty work a e
ShAllao.. kiMrr nf Ktol an4 Crantr Tao i (Apr I. It, III Dollars and. ElhtyCons 7,1OJHI) forontraetw whisk away finger smudges, dirt grease ipott.Ink splashes* t.
Corllflraw N l 14.55 'kiaval the live day iiurpnooa.
Aural. A. IT IMl Da IIM' aim In : j SPECIAL TAX WHOOI. DISTRICT NO. I I The aoxoaafoJ blngVr will k* naulrod to with' lOOp and water. R't easy when your walls ore painted
.,_. and ha. nvula avpUratkn fur l,, !I *, 5AOR rovNTr FIORIUAHrM wry. al kla own *.pm>*. W.........'. with this amazingly washable wall flnlih
.... to ... .U>iwd lh.Mn. Rild. c."..,> ,|' GENERAL REFVNUINU BI>Nn* I ConipMtotlnn Inaaranro, Pukll: ': Llabllltr f
: oat rmkraim the rationalism dwrlhrdpmarrly Iralad 6149 will k* received aalll l.w land Property Dances Inauraiw. all sub Perfect for kitchen.bathroomsatairwalysnurserierrecreate
In tho Onunly at Dad. Staf of I I I ocloch. o. w).. April n. IMT by the hoard I I, Joel lo use opproral of lIMo CHy of HoawI r
fkirida II Public, Imtmrtfaa fv Dad. atrad. Ftorlok. : lion rooms, woodwork radiator Twelve !:
t..wlt--:: I I ofPI...rlda, In Commit All work ahall Iw donr la arrordanr I
1 k T. finer Gael Coronas rare of Uw ulldiinlitnH beautiful lint*. Ask for our book of decors
a ftnhdn Pigs Hank Is. para I r..".... |I. Miami. FkwkU fr the dllralnt with plan. and ronlnrt darinrnta ,. .. I
M. I: Ihr Pmnly "f Da*. Sate of I ond. .., Special, Ta< *rkj..1 l DblrM NIL live thereto. which may k* mamlard. at the ting Ideal, the NOME DECORATOR/ lee free.
.....1doI j e ..f Dad Ooonty Florida. dated! May IIMT ofr.... of the Coy Ctrrb. nf the CM* of H...... ,
Thr .._>mrat.f all protwrt. itndiM- IMlarln the nld ..'tllI.... ,..,,,, sew li 1 '''. n..... .....*. wltknl. ,,,,llor, of prior may k* aaud far Mid offlvo,
af a+rae R. Dater illnl ...-, by dnwltlu tharowWi Ik* not uf Tn I IDcllara :
: ..a MM aarllflraw ihall W rrdomwd. s.Tbs I adaNlne Na1dt- 'sale,. I Illd.09i, In oaa* or atonoy ordrrfor W. 'Horne CO.
e antrdlaji, t" taw the property dwrlordtkmln Inv anew "We 155. b 1040 mod at,155 work MI or whtafc. in tlq/I... III...., ,
will .hr ...1., ,., Ih. Malml hMWr IMl to 'IM7. all ....1...... 1 Will b* fand il own Mura of MM aUui. ',
'. at Ih* Court.hpwu .1 l,..r on Ihr first Mm. ; Dwmwddatbw II.W*: pHnrliMrl a""d I Is. aad mnlrart documents III seed andiron
.'. dny ii .... imnth ul I..... HIT. which la t-mt I IM and M>!. In Nrw York. I within ton I OW days after Use award ...I.' F. L. SKILL Owner
tk* Tth d.y M 10.... minM ttty Mmwal obllntbiiB bond payable th* rmttiwt lh.rrf<.r. iTh
: the Nth day "f A....' ItllF ""'" M .1.-4' too N be IootooI Constrictor and .11 Bk.....1......n'ahall 11 N Krome An' Phone 507-J
H. l.tATNXRMANriwk aS prowii'H IhwMint ham*. I pay .labor MM Iraa than the pf.valllr.7. I Iwaro I Ito
of circuit Cwirl, atoxtat;U"I. the UMrM" ; the bond will I ram fur the locality where In* worh : "P
'. Casa,. FWMt I Il be ......... I. h.lallnwts betw.el May to k* _.... page KUInmin .*..> A i M T' H: E1 ; t1.f'A1f\ E R $
Chinll Court awl.Dods .1. lice" aced N Norra4 1. IMl hi ,wh having boom o>t.railad by the City (' un, .'
*y H JAMK, n c | amaaim an4 al awH HUM aa wall be ."f the rNy of 11I. _-",. Florida :
a I Apr K II. M. May Tl. 'I agreed .pas i will Ih. pnrrkaarr w i> may 'i Th City of Hai.taaJ, Florida Peace
be "-"' ..... be the IrwM of Public Ia.dadra '1 tie rtohl to seal%' Informalltloi |. any bid I CLEAN and
NOTICE OP AfrHrATIO Yom TAX } 4olivers at paw of aurckaarrja and ro rail,, n tot all kMa. WHITEN TEETHwith
Oxygen tooth
.. powder whisk
Kollo b bash Stores that 1 I. Manic All bads" will head tk* aaiw. IntwwH eve Hy H r r ...*.. Cleric to the
-oa. In*., hoMpf t* avla-a of City of I not lla. 4Vi'r hi multlpl ol 14of DM April "11 IMl 1 i penetrates hidden Crevices between Uw
It.10-h till Crriimrau Numknod: I. .MI K4 1. W specified In ski': kids r. r the' (Apt it r tutb. Pleasant Rar* Jtlag. Protect the gums
Ik* 1th. doy nf Aoa-aat. A D lua. ham fd.4 .......... Th award of the bonds wWI bo. I I 'eir0 and b economical to lIMo
cold ortlflrat. In m, otTfar. load baa made 'I atari kr Ik. Board *t rvkllr laotri,taw
arplteoUna. for to* died b> Map inrraonhi lo the Hdilar motion UM meet ...aou**.*a es TRY CALOX AT OUR EXPENSE
1. a-*.i. wltki law Sold his. whir will k* determined fcr Ih. Board
.aikrM** the f"llowln> _,.... hi H< akanti** and avJwMralM dlaanUMTka What Calos will de for your teeth I Ie easily
<. aUonlrd In 0.... family. .....1< awro..ln. oplnk .l Maaalleft and demonstrated by yoo In year own hone at our
IM .1. Moat I I., Hlabok O" .1'.1 Rw tort Ckr wW ka ra.hrd "tea= al e cope**. Simply JU1 la the with
ace, .In Abe City of rUaloah, r ... ONLY w' coupon your
:t liodo.: *Uto of FlorwM.Tho Ri4. .- W ..clu>.4 In a wM .*. name tad address and mall It to n*. Yen will
h aMM.nnai of Mild ajroaort* ->r* marked -Propiaal for Bond DwIrtrt MONKEY receive a teat tan of CALOX
rr Ih. Mid OrtMMto bjaard sean to tk* ::1+ No. a" and k* aMwXpoalU ky a TOOTH POWDER: the powder more and 0more
wf Unknown.Vnlaaa oanlflad door. sew n tooarporatr* hank ,
tl' low fertWaaat won W r...... or treat _...... paraklo. unoondllkHMlly IN THC U.S. are Cuing every day. i K. .
.1 a..md1.R am Mae was Iww to Star grow of the Boar for I', of th* FREE TRIAL COUPON: T
4o' otema as pM letb &or AX A. RArse aaaowM .f kana kl M>. wkkrk *tw>k Will MoXnsow Bomix 1ft r Fairfield Coot
l' k* fortrlMI'to told tMMrlrt Poisoned.d.m.oeft ,.
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it f Ministers Vote to Work I -

I n; r I I Against Slot MachinesWMHbert CLASSIFIED ADS { .1

. r ; i I of the Aediw.d Bto- :

'( I[tract Miiibterlal. A* ee..lMa at 6meeting RATE: first Insertion 10* a Basel; "aubesgt eM insertton '

I, : I I! held at the how of Mr K .Unt .

and Mrs Wm. Duntop Monday decided ....
to work for the repeal of

I slot machine by q--Ang this 8Ou..1on FOR RENT FOR SALE

the Dade County legislator In I _
'. ( > I FOR RENT Mice, cool turnlattbenl'k FOR SALE:
:Tallahassee and by asking the -Ripe orange, tangerines -

church member' to write the; legislator ed : Private bath, i grapefruit fryer, eggs,
s 1 at Western Or Shanklin Grove ft mil
: ; 1 They decided, also, to support ,
,I, by the tame mean the 1 Union. (msetf) 1 west of Florida City oSO-tf

I j movement to establish road patrol 1

: I and to require a dri.. '* license FOR SALE FOR SALE 10-icre 20yearoldgrapefruit

The association voted to hold I I2QO BUYS 18 WILLYS I grove 100 Marsh
Coupe. seedless tree. 14 old Taylor
a fish fry In Matheson hammockon balance 7 note of 'ZU5. Road. I
; avocado tree, a few Persian
: I May 10 for the member and' ,
tide Trading Port
.guldl. lime tree Hole blasted and
their famlllci, and Mr Dunlop, the I
made up for 179 tree*. Tenant
Rev. Harley Core and the RJV.C .
, N. Walker were appointed by SELLING OUT FURNITURE : IKHISB. Give away price: cash
I down f 1200 remainder WOO
t : the president the Rev A. A. Kee.tI at bargain. price. Dressers beds,,
federal land bank mortgage
line to make arrangements for the chair*, etc Rogers, Term Ru payable

t affair Coconut Palm Dr. (a1$) In 24 year Address Grove
I I Owner Box 928. LeaderEnterprise. -
Wives of the minister served a .
FOR SALT Furnished house
pot luck luncheon before the meeting '
I I east exposure In nice residential FOR .
: SALE Citron fresh or pt.
] section Hal three bedroom,
,I Those present were: the Rev.I served Tropical tomato mine
bath, dining room breakfast meat and sandwich filling I
; :I and Mrs. H. G Cowan Mr. I ,
room kitchen laundry cool, 01. 20c, pint JSo Calamondln In r
I I Mrs. Koestline, Mr. and Mr*.
breezy front porch, doublecargarage I mall lot lOc qt Mrs. Geo W.
the Rev. and M... M. E. Core'l
13,000, cash or terms drove
Mr. and Mrs. Walker Mill i Kosel, Jungle ,
Henry Behrens or DenJ W Morrla -
beth' Shall and Mr. and Mr Dun-
next McCrory tore, qt.
lop. I, Homestead. Phone M (ale) l and SMALL PLANTS for sal*. I

I Mr*. Ceo. W. Kosel Jungle
I BOY SCOUTS! REORGANIZE: 'FOR SALE: Two saddle burrot Grove Redland road and Plurn

Forty-four applicant, moat i Stallion and mare K. K Clarke, '

them new are _kina to enter West end Coconut Palm Drive I FOR SALE Chayote Tic ados.

I > ;local Boy Scout troop which th',1,I R. F. D. Homestead. (pa23) ., Chinese spinach tc Ib-; I

ing reorganized this week, ,' I tree spinach Wo Ih.; lemons Sic S
Scoutmaster KojiUlne The membership FOR SALE-Used piano good dos; okn< market price; caring

of a troop is limited to 32, i I condition, $35. Flagler Jelly Mr*. Geo. W. Kosel. Sr., J(

KendalL ( Plummer Dr. end Redland Rd.

LEGAL NOTICESCALL I 110 acre tract pine land GroV"1 R. I. RID FRYERS: -Uve or dress- {

I I FOR BID ,! ally well located. Owner ed. Free delivery In city Phone .
IMM bid will k* reewheed kr Uw Chat to sell quickly two acre
435-M. McEwen Poultry Plant.
A HUMMMMd lot the fallow!** _oulltloimoot 1 I I .
I .nd at fact tot lukrlullitf oil. *, Close In on power line'i
: e-.tine end bins-.m which will W to.wtoo ,I, $99 per acre cash A FOR SALE: Guavas, 5c Ib. only ;
j -Masi by the ) departments at ...
.I.II I In small quantities. Jungle S
I tHy over a prrlod at twelve maths I and price below the !
1 I Two hundred thousand I too.MM) .olloM H. A. CAMERONI Grove, Redland. II
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tool oil or dhtllloM suitable for fool. tar i '
I : koKr-diitr. fonMinM Dwiol oodiM*;; I I MANGO CHUTNEY Se an *or
more hundred Mir Tool echo label.odes .. high class
offer the following ,
I ,
oil ... ion* malM: OHO kooro4 3V a pint. Jungle Grove ;
: 41401. wallas fabricating 01.1 M ___ ..acars. desirable i
j a. ... .. H. ties thousand 15,0"1, I 1 -hooves'' .._. .3250.00I' LOSTJp
I ......,.., ._., ., ....
; ;:; Salina aN u. 1 <3> .... -_ -.. 400000
; Was IN -- :
. i =/ fuel oil M W delivered. I' 1 :: 450000 LOST- rxoermann Pinscher mule j
; wee r B. c. aiding unit to r. B, C See me for full detail These
F ; wets pomp clause l. 11_.... Fit. ire GOOD. dog Black with tan markings,
i i \ The. _11.0. Dialect lubricating oil. Inkntlns **- I 00.04. tall clipped. Answer to name
; ;;
oil for trwka and omn. nd .-
WIN to U delivered| M munltlptl light I Owner I II most desirous of selling Solly Reward for Information. I
I'I i and water plant. la HomojUodAll -room, fr.melOUlltl.. all modern George L. Swan Farm Life Road
I kM muse be !I. the ro>d. ef UM till with a great I
;' Well kr I p. m., April IS. which *J Uwkoor .1I. Improvement quantity north of Silver Palm Drive.(alt.) 1
of fine substantial furniture,
and dais on which wild kid will "I'i
) opened kr 10 city OOOMIIBr all bed linen and table linens, a I I
II orvxr at the .Nr sworn ,! wonderfully comfortable home.
GORDON .VIY. Purchasing Aes"t.IA 1 I
S.6.l1 This I 1* offered at 12200 Make an I
TUNING an. repairing.
otter either for cash or on terms
Good used piano for tale cheap.W. I
; NOTICE TO csNDITORs which you can meet.
I I. Be: RRTATS Or SUSAN ADAMSBROOKS. 0 0.0.6 I' E. Koon. 115 N. W. IrA 8t

ra la. 'c:1......". Court to sea far 2 scarified lots on main street of
Dods Chalon Ponds. I. Probaa. N"I Porvenlr sidewalks, curb and
I gutter paving, all paid for Owm- WANTED
'I [ I. : To All Crorttton and All Ponom H..... er has title Insurance offered at r
I j Claim. or Demands Against Said koUtrY : 1400 Let me show them to you. MONEY LENDERS I want to
..n, and wk or new or. Nab nGOlflo ......
.ad rowlrod to arownt anr dalnu aid 1 lot McClure on Campbell
I which. rw or either of Yom mv,I Rive/ good security. Communicate -
"lase tM r1.yd' 'BUS AN ADAMS street now out of the city
i t-oo"ll" doJoawd. of Mt VoroonWxuhmm for $150 through P. 0. Box 1J06,
; I xwily Now York sehe' 0.0.0 0 HiinweUwd Tla (pn-1):
I Hon, W P BUnton, County Judo of i iI I ,
I Mde Coaqr.; at his .WWMe is u.. Covets 4 lots serum front M. E. stony --
: I Courthouse in D.4. de.ailp, Florida. with.In I II eh rch. All taxes pM Wonderful WANTED TO B'UY"Sugar cane,
: 1ebt raleadwr moatb fmm the data of all kind of tropic)
house site 990000Raw mango
the first pul>ll'.ikm. ....... An claims, ..; '
I and demands not pres.atwla tko : 6. fruits and produce S. Rosen 7
;I Urn. and In the manner prow*** knwtarfuM I I Fruit Lead C. 13Sth/ street, New York City.
; W bared u Riwrofil. or law, 1 1I' 10 acre Coconut Palm Drive MS
March IWA
I : Dated
110 ... MQ
PALUIH: acre F.pmoly'Road I '
: : i I' ... Aaolllnrr AdmiaMoaaar Cj.ho 5 acre Newton Road ISO I WANTED: TO BUY 10 or 15 1

I Bout of. twaa Adam Brook. 9 acres scarified $82fl ,! acres ot combination land in
r ( ; I. FROCKS, 8 acre scarified tiooo well developed section electricity - Avon 80 acre near Florida City (3000 al..llable. Give full par .
JOHN SDU.IVAM. "'_ riorUa.Alonrnor '
1. 140 sores Krome Ave. $12 .
I prepared to
i \ I for An.IU.ri Adnlalrr0w- tlculars am pay .
I First p.ykotloa. .. Mar I*. 111. :S3 atrw in 21-97-SS $19 from ''t to '4 ash for the right
:: ; timer. 1*. St. Apr t, I. IDIHrnkW II A. CAMERON
7 Homestead. .1..1 sort of land. farted title expel t-
Phone $
ik :i ::: f0T1CC or APPL'CATioN FOR TAX ed. 0 L. Randolph, 117 W. Calendar -

1, I p'RD mil 11I /.. "'> FOR SALE Pullet\ ready to 11.1 Ave LaGrange, Illinnu

i i I NOTICIIJ' 1IIA? OIVF.N Abet "...1 Also broiler batter!**. Shanklln I Cpa ::10))
: I .hoMor of HUM aa. Conntr I
: : Grove (pn23)
T. Orlirioou No. IWIS ImMrttMIlk I I
I I 4>r of A........ A D. ISM. err (Urdwmo WANTEDWANT 1
i In mr ef'" ud ku made atoll.MUM PURE GROVE= HONEY-heavy, !
fore tot dad to ko boood tl'inaoli.
p : : : Sold Cortlfkot. ambrosia the 'iJI...wlntooorlkod dellclou Bring your container; i TO BUY _.S or I nom
poem is In lira CoiMtr of ItoorIUI Honest quarto, 81 cent. The house In Homestead. Good ,..ndition I

I Rti* of.f PkvnK SW it .f twwttt RS ....... III. Sage Grove Kings Highway, : Box NI 14, Leader-Ent. r.prlat d
T.osdlp. I' ...... ttsar. S ICaot, I east of Krome sve (J29tf) I !. ( -Mi
.......,._. II Avon now or Mae, InUM j I ;
!, County of Dodo ...... 04 riurlHo. TOR SALE baby crib, r8101\-1
The MooMOMRt of mid pmpiup under
; JM MM .."" ..... liowd ass the IUUMn't able Mrs. Mary J LEGAL NOTICES ;
: r C. UkHnon. : N, W. 2nd ave (pall) 1
: ; .. ,
I Union aid esrsthat..hoe ko rooWm I .Hrs7 IN
in Till COUNTY ji ixiiti r I
.4 ooeordlns- law. the property dnwrlkd '
: : : I thonln will ko noM U the kHTkoH kvMorit raoHATt NO mtIN .
: UM ConrtlMow Ian oa Ik* flrot Mwtar .. w. Tit Ml '
Buy a Home RRl fc tAT Or lOft "
I, In UM mouth tt Hut. IVl1. whisk Uno KIN DiMUMii ,
Srd day f M r IH7Doted MAKE irilCATIUM '
1 :. tool Silt kxXlCATNKKMAMCkrk"o> *f Mrrk IMTtV Buy Grove Land FOR FINAL DIMMAIKrN (

.. Glade Land k Iwnky HTM Hut : torn fll:Imt
of Circuit C 1. Buy flMl report led r.Htat f. Kim I I" i
I : a..lDad. CmmtT riorVIo. *..r.. w ....1110.| T _i<. W the fc- !
c irr.H CMH II ta my firm belief that 111.11. I "HIM d Jobs w. Tbumpa.ou, dormaid .and
i B' U jAMRst tJ C ...1./ 1047.I, ,,11
er price are Imminent.Don't that M the SIHk day W A
<'Mor to Anr S e 1eeTurner's apply la the n. wniblt W r HUawrwnil ..,,,, t
nibble about price. G.aAp" of Dade County. Florid ,err.
of wild final hnwrt and f rahvkinH1 '
Funeral Home Don wait I no Anclllnn Rashn:.:

Buy now. : '+ale ofok* W Tkanoono. tfimtTkk r. t tI
1461 A3int'LANcR jER.ciJ.a ) milk der 1 March, tell T.
J Yeall thank me for this suggestion I 1Ir.,..,.. V. TMOklPMIMA '

[ J AttendantPkon. few month hence I 1 Anrtllnrf I" w.greases n-_of. UMw M. ,. t

151.R Humeate4. ra. II. A. Cameron I tons f".uarnMtUoTMT Airtllwr bontrl.

tApro .. .. ra :to ;; f 1

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Twelve THE LEADER .ENTER'RISE Friday April 16ISS3 ,

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A Saturday morning basketball. 1
'league was orgwitwd tart week for 1 MILK{
the boys tn the meiith,eighth and!
ninth grade pour teams were
formed<< under Captains Edward
Klrby.James Sullivan,fird Chapman i
and Harold Branch. The

Saturday league to until expected the clot to play of achool every 3 tall can ..21c Fri. and Sat. SpecialsSunbeam . .. _.. 13c
i On Captain Klrby'i tram are:
Jack McMlchael. Charles Robert-
ton. Billy: Moffett, Harry Hall. Jonquil Orange Pekoe Cereal Dish FREE Favorite
Billy Walton. Kenneth Glenn and .
Assorted FlavorsJELL
W D. Lotl Member of Captain
James Sulllvan'i team are J T.
9 Godwin, Preston Bird Jim Mc- TEA withHIES DOG FOOD
Cotinelt Jack Wallace Elbert Do- .
Jar, Theodore Knowlei. On Fred ...
Chapman'i team are Oaear Clon-

Godwin Inger, Leslie, Roy Cheshire Walker, Edward Barney / lb. pkg. 25c pkgs.. .... 14c pkgs. ._ ...;.. 25c 1 lb.can. .:.......5c
1 Tomerlln, Ralph Delttnfer. On
Harold BraDch'f team are: William -
AAgclln.Charles Conner, El .
bert WMt. Henry Dodaon, D. L SunbeamSPAGHETTI'
Bowen,. Harry Pierce and ElmerMartin. SWEET POTATOES,No.2 can .,. 15c

In the tint fame lad Saturday I COCA COLAS
between Klrby'i team and Chap CEKTIFIED EVUTATIOV
man'i the score was In Chapman'i
favor, 4T-11 The loner were VANILLA, 8 01. jug .:-...... .. 15c
hardly able to get the ball out of
their back court Fred Chapman. 6 for ...u... 25c
t high point man for his team with .
i 25 points, rarely missed I chanceto oSUGARVWn425c llb.pkg..15cAllGood
acora Kirby was high point (plus bottle deposit
nan for the losers with 6 polnta.In .
the second fame of the mornIng .
between Sullivan and Branch. SunbeamFRUIT
SuUlvin'a team was the winnerby
a close ICON .f 12 to 24. Sullivan DRIED
act the pace for his team with

' It pointa. Branch captain of the BABY LIMA BEANS,3 lbs ... ... 25c ..PEACHESNo.22can..18c
town was high point man with 7
points. COCKTAIL
The purpose of the league la to SOUTHERN LADYSALAD
give those boys who particularly
like to play baaketball an opportunity No.1 can _. 15c DRESSING, qt. .-.-.n... 25c ,
to develop akin In the game
by playing organized ball with boys
In their own groupa. EVAPORATED I Kellogg'sCORNFLAKES
Roy Martin, a food prospect for I Far West .

next yean vanity basketball PEARS (bulk) per lb. .. .. .. .. 20c
1 team acted ai referee for the two
game and did a very able job.
This Saturda,', schedule calla I FRESH PRUNES ICEBERG FANCY
fur play to begin at 9 o'clock with
tl". twa winners of last week
matched against each other Both I

Sullivan and Chapman have well pkgs. _... 15c
balanced team. Branch and i No.2% an u..l5c LETTUCE CELERYIg.
Kiiby win play at 10 o'clock.

Radios, RefrigeratorsTaken RED BLISS NEWPOTATOES Sunbeam Assorted

on by Virgil Lyon

Strombetf-Carlaen radios and Ig. head ..... lOc bunch .. .. lOc .
Kelrinator electric refrigerator
will be handled IB HomwUaa by I
$ Virgil D. Lyon local distributor FRESH GROUND : f
for Natural Gas Appointment of
Mr. Lyon aa agent for the two additional 511 9. "19c COFFEE, per Ib. .. .... ......... 21c (
lines of merchandise was >> :; ......

announced Monday. .
Mr. Lyon also announced that SUNBEAM PICNIC SIZE
he la now sharing his office and FRESH GROUNDHAMBURGER Lean and Meaty

shop space In the Manley buildingon ASPARAGUS ... ......... .....17C -., .
W. Mowry street with his
brother Harold Lyon local jew-

alton BALLET POST NO. 4> I jar ._ ..... .. _.._ .. 17c ..
M.*ta Brat a4 third Wctewdtf Ib. 18c ;:i ;
I .?..... ...
Po -< Apsed post attest)South K......Art I
U-IHI, .... P E1"2scanss 27c
.. LOCAL Fun CreamCHEESE :


Let Us I'IATESOr tlb .:' =

FRYERS WHITE BACON, lb. .... ...... .. 17c

Car Ib. .......... 35c SUPER SUDS, 3 pkgs. ...a..... 25c ...........,'I' 24c
Wood Work

Body Fender Repairs Country Roll Sir Country RoUSAUSAGE WESTERN
Tope ad Trimming

SM* Corers IlitttWIll.W"IftAR. BUTIHfe. IEGOLAIIB ROAST ..

lyti ; .. WI

Ar(I P I.t SM

I .. -...,... 38c 1& ........-... 27c 1b. .. ...... .. 25c ft ........_. 22c .
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