The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00212
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: February 3, 1939
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00212
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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WOODWORK Grapefruit Bread, Baked First Time PROJECT WOULD GET O. K.I

I This Week, May Be Added Citrus Outlet I .


For Florida Cltruj CoounJaslea; Using two ounces of grapefruit I
Grapefruit bread may becomeone Juice to the loaf would mean 800-
of the more Important outlets 000 gallons of juice or 148,000
for Florida grapefruit When the boxes of grapefruit annually utilized I Ii IiI

Texas delegation brought a few this way. The bread is delicious
loaves with them recently to Lake- tastes like regular bread

Furniture by land, it started Florida bakers ex. but remains soft and unmoldedover Area Supervisor Taken to
Local Pupils to Hold perimenting. Already one of the a considerable period of time I THE WEATHER
Fair AttentionFESTIVAL"BUMPER larger bakeries In Tampa hu I Mr. Medina believes It will elimi- Present Building and
orn.w *r reo-t d the edt.d.rave.he
placed grapefruit bread on the nate much of the "pick-ups" now "a. suet-a. 1-.... Flwlra Shown Defects
market. Principal quality Is it] required daily.
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long period of freshness and resistance I Poole I .....1| Ml*. I B... I at.eeJan. COURT TOO SMALL. y

SIGNS AVAILABLE to mold. If kept In the n I 'l1 411 80'2
Every possible medium Is being POSTS HIDE PLAYS
it.will keep perfectly for
wrapper used Jan. 28 I'14 45 30.21Jan.
by the Florida Citrus Commission
Autoists Asked to Help a week and even longer, its sponsors I to inform the of JI.. 82 of '
believe. Honor of being Ute grower Jan. SO 113 .8 120.08 0.23Jan Conversion Into Cafeteria
the need h.
Advertise for his
Dates Feb. co-operation to
first commercial producer of make the grapefruit cost of J1 _..... j 75 13 130.07 0.10 Quarters Favoredin
27-March 4 grapefruit bread in Florida goes to duction law operate pro- Feb. 1.. .h.. 78 12 20.12 Suggestions

i C. Medina, Tampa baker, who Governor Fred P. Cone successfully and NathanMayo Feb. J .._... ....I .1 0.11
Outstanding among displays at started distribution Monday mornIng -
commissioner of agriculture, Construction of a modern gymnasium
with 2,000 loaves. It la tingeda
the tenth annual Redland District
I' have made radio
transcriptionswhich for Homestead High Schoolto
yellowish gmnwith vegetable
Fruit scheduled tor Feb BANQUET GIVENBY
Festival will be furnished to several
i coloring to distinguish it from ordinary provide, among other things a
27 through March 4, will be the Florida stations serving the citrus
white bread Mr. Medina
i belt. Other regulation size court: for its league-
exhibit of period and modem furniture I estimates that 31,000,000 pounds of I transcriptionsare BUSINESS MEN
planned. The commission believes leading basketball squad, was. assured
from the Homestead and I bread are consumed in the Tampa
the law workable, but thatit support If made a WPA

Redland prepared high by manual schools training now feeing students i I cannot succeed without thegrower1 FOR HM SQUADTangible : project by Major E.: 3. Dose, area
+ wholehearted help In refusing
under the supervision of C. SALES TAX SEEN I to consider any offer for supervisor, at a meeting of UM
H. Rice and R. E. Trotter, bitruotori. I
his Homestead
grapefruit less than the S2 Rotary dub Wednesday
I cents minimum recognition ef th.lrl
The display will. feature, early cost of production. Newspapershave fine record during the first hall
American designs according, to I been asked to join In the ef the season and .nCOUl'lltlDIntl Homestead on a routine tour!
Mr. Rice, a aepclalist in mahoganywork of Inspection of WPA projects In
campaign. Already "liai been
toward their elate
and supervisor of manual suggested that If the works : progress here, Major Pose ws
training In both schools. A few with came to the members of: shown the present gym and IU Inadequacies
grapefruit, it will assare a
strictly modern pieces will be in- Jacksonville, Feb 2.-A proposal stabilized market next season and Homestead High School basketballA and dangers by Preston -
cluded. I and B teams, who won guests B. Bird and Coach Ted Bleler,
also be
can utilized .
to establish a, completely new on oranges.On
The beauty and stability of na- of parents and influential supporters As an Invited guest at the club
tive Florida wood*-the mahogany : basis for taxation substituting In at a banquet American luncheon later, the WPA area
: wild tamarind, mastic and place of the old ad valorem systema a trip through the territoryeast Region hall Tuesday night bead said he thought a project
degwood will be shown in the I new method based upon a sales of Lake Okeechobee, the variance Seated at the speakers' table and could be put through either far
boys' exhibit which will include tax or transaction tax has sharply In temperature and resultingloss introduced by Preston B. Bird remodeling of the present structure

beds, chests, tablet and many other defined the issue before the business In the recent frosty weatherwas matter of ceremonies, were Russell or for building an entirely new
large pieces. The Homestead interests of Florida. noticeable from the highway. A. Rasco dean of the law rym.

school outstanding among Florida : Adopted for the purpose of ref- Between Okeechobee and Fort school of the University of Miami; A committee of Rotarians was
institutions tor the construction erendum at the annual meeting of Pierce could be seen hundreds oil I Coach Jack Carding and Captain appointed recommend, sponsorship
of large furniture pieces of the Florida State Chamber of acres of tomatoes burned by the 1 Eddie 'Dunn, of the university ef such a project to the county
value. Commerce, the board of director frost, with desperate pickers salvaging football squat which reached fame school boar) which would have

Now under construction in the of the organization considered a, what they could. Betwen a* a leading contender for theSouthern to put up only 20 per cent of the
school work rooms are a cedar- formal resolution which will i Okeechobee and Indiantown. in conference championship Holding's cost, and to work with,
lined chest of the same material, a sent to the membership of : the Eden Parsns section, there ap- [last fall. County Commissioner J. the board in seeing that full pro.
Georgian book table, reproductions state body Immediately. with no parently had been no loss. Inquiries D. Redd; Charles G. Turner dis- vision Is made for facilities now
of Duncan Phyfe pieces and many comment revealed that the east aide trict member .f the county _oed tacking.
chests and small tables. Harold Colee, president of the of the lake had not been as hard board; B. A. JOndman, principal Remodeling of the present gynHnesium
Eighty per cent of all boys In the Florida State Chamber of Com- hit as the west Citrus did nol at the Homestead schools; Coach building was proposed Ina
Homestead and Redland high merce, clearly; defined his position appear affected to any appreciable Ted Blwier; Mayor Tom Harris of project submitted( to WPA some
schools are enrolled in the manual with a statement as follows i extent, but truck crops were almost Homestead; Mayor Edward Billing years age, Major Close sale, and
training classes. The boys rangein "Reforms in taxation must be i destroyed in some areas, of Florida City, and William J.Geronlmo It could be revived. Both he and
age from 12 to 18 and many of brought about carefully and as while weathering the frosty temperatures member of the local other speakers at the luncheon
them have averaged $109 a year tie result ef the best thinking unusually wen In others board of school trustees. laid, however that remodeling

(Continued on Page Six) possible! combined with an earnestness A. a reward for athletic and probably would prove as costly In
on the part Of business to Airs. Rutland Teaching: ithoUstic ability the University of the end as a new building would

Former Olympic Champ find! out the most equitable English High SchoolMrs. Miami la planning to establish. and undoubtedly would not be at
methods. This process is necessarily scholarships for basketball and satisfactory and as easy to construct -
Recreation Head HereTed slow Our economic system hopes to double the varsity's aotfvltles I i iConversion
J. R. RuHand of Homestead -
II delicately balanced. A radical In Ibis branch of ports of the present gym
who Is receiving B. A. degree
a -
Underwood, former Olym- departure from time-proved and next Coach
from Miami season Hardmg announced naslum building! bite a cafeteria
pic swimming champion, who has accepted methods would seriously University has Mr.
been Harding praised the building, sad construction of *
appointed Instructor of tng-
been secured as recreational director disturb business and our progress rah In the Homestead High School work of the Homestead cagers, new gymnasium was seen aa the j
of the Homestead Future toward the prosperity we areleeklag. to take the wished them luck In the! drive Ideal WPA set-up for the local
place made
vacant this
Farmer clubhouse, with the Idea of week by Miss Eleanore toward state honors, and said that situation.In .
making it a community recreation "Perhaps we need a 'new basis' for Evanston IU.Holferty'sdeparturd to my graduating member of thePowers' addition to having bit corm,
center, was Introduced by the (Continued on Fate Six) of team had an equal op. Continued on Page Six)
advantage an opportunity to
chapter adviser, Ceo. N. Wake- portunity to win a scholarship en-

the field Homestead, at Wednesday's Rotary Club.meeting ef Grass Fire Does $3,500 Journalism complete her this master's term. degree in (Continued on Page Six) Beach Uyf e for H. II. S.

Mr. Underwood and Mr. Wake. Damage to Four GrovesA District Governor Pays In Game Slated Toplght

field Invited the Motes to avail Jleronimo AppointedTo
themselves of the present facilities grass fire of undetermined Visit to BedJands Lion Hornesfcad Hurt Scjnsol bav

ef the house and, later, of the origin damaged four groves at Vet Claim Board (.Wen who swamped Pence de
shuffleboard and volleyball courts Crome road and Halnlln drive an Redland District Lions Club rewired Leon High.4L.lt teat Friday night,
that win be built oa the elubheuse estimated total of $3,300, accordIng Vfm. J. Geronimo, adjutant of a visit Tuesday night from will meet Miami Stack again to-
lawn. The clubmen were Invitedto to Mason Roberts, who has John G. Salley (Homestead) Post District Governor Joe Taranttno cf alahl l osj the beach court.
visit tile club tonight when open charge: of the Dade County file American Legion, was advised this Tampa, who shared the evealng'stsograas The Beachles are wild over their
house will be held under auspices control unit in Redland. The. week of his appointment by Congressman with Jarvis C. IfcKIiaar three previous defeiU--in succession
of the Homestead P. T. A. rrowadaJnIIeCIretheJi--, Bat Cannon to a board 'r, General Motors chemist -and are out for bear tonight
President Bill Fifleld! of the Rotacy .- Will Anderson, G. W. T. Snare o review disability claims of veterans iaJse eabltad end demonstrated This will be the last game before
club reminded mrfrqben that and Jason Avery gsoves. of the fourth Dwida eervresstDnal I sassy .l t the wonders included is. the H. H. 8. squad starte on IU
the meeting next week would beheld The fire, reported to Roberts at [ district the Parade el Progress sew ahow- read trip next Thursday. At De-
oa Friday instead of Wednesday 11:30 a, m.. burned until B:39 p. m. Other members of the board are ISO IB Mjaaai. Land Thursday night, the locals
because of the eaotanade of 111 spite of combined efforts of the Guy Powers, adjutant of the West Tae HemmlNd High School will play DeLanl nigh, and at,
visiting Rotarians to wHbrn the tellUmd and Kendall county units Aim Beach Legion post, and Ad- bead asrf. glee slab, with!" Mrs. MarMe Jacksonville the Met aUjtlt they
club will be hogs at luncheon onFrieay. and equipment and men from the .. g MJta, music supervisor, aeleeompeaiet wil play Belles SchooL 1)w* will
Chaa. U toMaja la general Homestead volunteer fare depart- 1\IIf" ind& and director, -- wham to Homestead pstutliay
i cthistffi ef araaogeaaeivrs. _n" ri sacral nw loM. < leant

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Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE .Friday, February 3,1939 :

Christian education In Florid! .

I Warren Wood, Redland Boy, Wins First -BOY SCOUT NEWSBoy ][[DAILY CLASSES will Methodism conduct, laid a course Mr. lUcharda In "Ora i,

Place and $50 in Stale F. F. A. ContestTallahassee -) -Scout-Troop''' ';-of''''Homestead !! START MONDAY Wing Education.the Local"Church forties i 'fi

had 20 representative at the:
Feb 1-Colin English g.tlon of the Redland boy will tx court of honor held In the Miami ATM. E. CHURCHA The Silver Palm Princeton andl
state superintendent of public present to see their fellow'member< Edison auditorium Monday evening -I Pen-in charge and the Matecumbti;
Instruction, announced today that honored and to take part In judging by the Dade County Boy Scout charge of the Methodist church
Warren Wood a member of the i conteit Council with Dr. Ja*. E. Wilt of Christian of South Dade and the Keys ._
Redland chapter of Future Farm-; New York, chief scout executive,,I training school for participating In the school another
era of America, hat been awarded Redland F.! F. A. Notes a* main speaker. Seven Homestead I' workers I* scheduled to begin Sun- church an. invited to <

test place In South Florida and I .. .. scouts received their ..cond' day it 3:30 p. m. in the Homestead operate, Mr. Richards tald
tint place in district fix In the 'N'''''' das badge:: Sunny Peter. Roger Methodist Church with Dr. O "There will be no fee whateverand

193$ tauter future farmer contest Redland chapter. members andcuvita Glenn, George Wlngate, Letter L. Morelock of Nashville, Tenn., the classes will be open
wiener wait Archer, Carl Frederick and Rufus everyone, either a* an auditor i oas
enjoyed a
C. Riviere of MI-
and the Rev. A. '
Second place In district six wan Friday night given in honor of Aihby a member laid the sponsors
awarded to Don Beardiley Pa- the winning team In our recent Other who attended the courtof ami a* Instructor The claim pastor
bokee; third pUce, Joe Boyenton Firm Journal subscription campaign honor ceremonies were: Preston will meet at T p. m. dally thereafter
Canal Point: and fourth place Game were alao played s Bird Jr.. Paul Rue Ben Shu- through Friday night of next
Clyde Mardln Apopka. and guests present Included J. L.I ler, Billy Forte, Ralph week.
Awards were bated upon Individual Zwlckey, former lyceum lecturer Harry Martin, John Andrew"j I A In the"Christian Stewardship -
scores mad> from accomplishments Mr. Baker, Min Loll Behreni. ,.I Hall, Merle Caves, Dickie Dickinson course of Life" will be taught
of the boys In their Miss Rosemary Hennington Miss Jack Harris Allen Hasting! I Dr. Morelock with Crawford
farming program, co-operative I I Lillian Andrew, Mini Colleen Mc- Scoutmaster Henry Brooker, Jr.. I by Stewardship Life" a* a text. Gen- tits
activities, community ervtce.te- I Vlcker, Miss Gertrude Odum, Miss and Assistant Scoutmaster Spark- I eral secretary of the board of lay w
enhlp earning and saving, recreation ''I I Wanda Sickle. Mist Betty Anna man Holding activities of the Methodist Church r 1 a, y
and icolanhlp Marshall Mill Corrine Cash and The trip was made In I Brooker
I Dr. Morelock Is recognized a* one
Wood completed four year of; Jimmy Nixon. I Lumber Co. truck. of the most effective laymen In the
vocational agriculture and was A contest wa started last night '
Member present were church today, said the Rev. J J. )
from high school last create and advance Interest In
graduated to
Wlllard Norman, Donald
Richards, pastor of the Homestead
June. He la now enrolled a* a Hawkei, Billy Campbell, John I the scout troop. Each boy will be Methodist Church. The Laundry Frees
freshman in the Uftlveralty of Glarratano, Charles Sweating scored according to behavior In his, Mrs. Housewife
Florida and expect to obtain a I Francis Prothero, Don Lair Jack patrol afld during the meeting The "He will bring to his clast the Liberec tn. qS w..kte ......_
rich fruit of a successful professional .. ....
degree In agriculture Marshall Alvin Prothero Harold patrol also will be graded "rtr .N plea..e with
life which he followed before easm b..-.k le the Witualt" when
During the four year he wa, and William Hampton, Robert ..... R.ut..U. not. km wiry to
enrolled In vocational agriculture Grunwell, Philip I To Try to Outlaw Bank becoming a full time lay M. A" with It all .*. rMa HIM,IWxnrlti
17 Munn, George '' worker in the Methodist Church,", .- Moiphu ... ...11,,....
Wood completed
at Redand Ream, Richard Jensen Walter Movie Shows I
Nights at
Richard tald.
project, which netted a profit of Rutzke Charles Behreni, Allan Mr REDLAND DISTRICT
He also completed projects I'I'I' Mr. Riviere I I. pastor of Tarboux
$141 Harford. Herman Byan and H. C.Reely. T.llaha'hb. 2. (Special) LAUNDRY
In home beatification, toll improvement I I' political observers at the state Methodist Church In Miami and is BOMBITKAU. P.O" Ita.
home repair, and renovation -' a recognized leader In the field of
Monday afternoon Mr. Baker capital are expecting a strong effort -
of an old citrus grove I
district took Harry Mlkell. Charles Behreni to be made it the coming)
A South Florida and
Cecil Parker, Alien session of the legislature to out-
winner, Wood baa been I Ia
Hardld Hampton. Richard law banknlght in Florida They
cash prize of ISO North Florida Harford'i
winner war Thorn Smith of Citll Lee to see tome lay that the legislators who propose -
Mlkell' place, where we to Introduce the bill will I
Greensboro who made I net profitof
12883 from his school farm practice judging of cattle. Our argue that banknlght 1* Just a* ,i
project and used the money to beef cattle judging team to com-I pernicious a form of gambling ai ,I
pete In the state contest at Tampa the slot machine which were I
purchase an 80-acre will be selected from this group of banned by constitutional amend

M. A. Baker, vocational agriculture member ; mentTurner's I IFu'neral II
Instructor at Redland High I
School and adviser of the Redland "I've Just been bit by a dog nd ,
Chapter F r. A., said yesterday rye heard that when a dog bite Home b f eA NifM i
that the prize In the master future you whatever the dog has, you r
farmer contest will be awarded get"
at the State Fair In Tampa I' "Boy, then you have a right to Lady Attendant
tomorrow, which hat been designated worry That dog just had eleven Phone 564.R H'imeiterd Fla
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Friday. February. 193& THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Page Three ... ;
Mrs. Chas. Swanson Dies '(I two brothers. Oscar Mattaon of In the trtUt; packing: Industry In LudmitUi,,," Glinka; Symphony laD l
F.s.C.W. RANKS AS I Columbus Ohio, and Ta*>. Math and around'Hom.tead until hi*I Minor. CHat Franck; "Adagio-1
I At Home of Daughter'son of phllllpsburg. Ft; and two last lllnes from "Sonata 4n D Minor," :
HERD 'VO IEN'SCOLLEGEINU.S. sisters Mrs. Alvin DahJb i and H* leave, beatdM I U I parents,, Brahms; Concerto No 2 In C Minor, 'j
Mrs A last Christine Swwwon Mrs Lars Frentfberf, both of his wife, Cecil of Homestead; four i' Rachmaninoff. ;
68, died Jin. 29 1\Mill home of her Lance. I brothers, R. E., L. L., M. M. andP.
dauthter, MiN Ethel Swwwm, in, B Vaughan aU of Miami; and;For results use Leader y;
Pedland, after a brief Illneaa Funeral Services Held three sisters, Mrs E. O Thorableyat Enterprise Classified Ads
She came to Bcdbmd from her .. i'
Valdosta, O Mrs O. E. Steven
Tallahassee Feb 2.-The rank horn In Lance Pa, with her husband -I I For Wm. Edgar VaughanFuneral I",t Homeaead and Mis*' Irene
of third largest state women's college Charles, ala week alp for I Vaughan of Miami. ,
in the United States now belongs I n visit with MIll Swanaon, who services for Wm Edgar!:
to Florida State College for divides her Urn between M,>nt- I Vaughan, SI. who died Saturday I Third U. of M. Symphony ropical Cafe
Women with approximately 1,786'' clair N J,, and her recently purchased ''In Kendall hospital following an'I :
students, according to a survey I grove home in Red'and Illness, were conducted Monday' Concert Slated MondayThe I door north .( city bail ;
made recently bje !II'. Raymond I Funeral services were held Wednesday -''at I 2:30: p. m. In Turner Funeral I UOMESTEAD: FLORIDA 1
Walters, I 1 Home the Rev. J G. Surkhaljter third concert of the University .
president of the University at 2 p. m. from the tea:- by '
of.Cincinnalt. dcncc with burial i., Palm] t:m,,-i'I pastor of the West Stagier I of Miami Symphony orchestra Regular dinner ,.. 50c
Largest of the Fats women's tery at Nuranja The Rttv. GJO Park Baptist Church if Miami under the direction of
colleges Is Texas State College foreWomen E. Dcuel of Redland with 2.389 students and! services and Turner Funeral Hoaw,I.t Naranja. Orchestra halt Miami, Monday i
second is the Women College of'Will In charge of arrangement Mr. Vaughan came to Homestead, Feb. e, with Frank Bishop, pianist.' UlM. Ruth Steffanl and Mr*.
the University of North Carolina Besides her husband and daughter -|Iin 1925 with nil parent, Mr. and'at assisting artiat I Florence Kercado, Prop
with :2,041 students II Mrs Swanson Is survived by Mrs W W. Vaughan, who now reside The complete program la as:
Hunter College of New York City, a son Svald Swananv of Lane;I I In Miami. He wu engaged' follows: Overture, "Russian: and
continues to be the largest of any -.-
women'i college as |t bat an enrollment -
of 7,000 students However -
it li not state'instltutlon.Trapped I.IJ"

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THE LEADER-ENTERfRlSEI 1 f LC3 t lr 41 1 A iv M 'train went to from Miami.there, taking to Join a nigh their)"J!

...-.. IMeera .. a..uN.d. fIe.! father ."
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-'Clark Budd
Wire .
N" .ueBEB -- i son of O M Budd, F. E. C. station

MAftJOftll_ .tl CH "c"JJJrtW| taw:1! agent wa shot and killed Friday

afternoon while hunting rabbit ." \
..W./.e.. ., a I"" N u. ...rfkaW -'We are very glad to note that
...ndnJ. riM .," ..... tau ..t of : Rev. Wm. J. Carter ha been re. I
Mk i. in*.
turned a* pastor of the White .1

suaacalrnow SAtss Stone M. E. Church for the com

h ...... IIJ* Ing year ," .,'

O.we e& hie c-er IIJ* -"The many friend of C. A. COM.*.

man and famRy among the first.,

I Want to Be a Sailor I settlers la; tm section, were
shocked to hear of the death oi

Of 'ill the wlmmlng doubly blest Monday at 2 p. m. of Adolph Go***

The Sailors wife the happiest. man, their eldest ion. Mr. COM. '

For aU she doe It stay it home man was 29 years of age He enlisted t

And knit and darn in the naval reserve two

And let 1m roam yean ago being tent to Key West j
from Miami. U* was then trans' |
Of Thethe husbands on the earth, erred toh.. steamship Talla-

has the finest berth M poode, where ha contracted Influenza '

For In his cabin h* can alt and pneumonia about a

And sail and -tall- I month ago. After a period In '>

And let her knit. tit Boston hospital he became strong

Wallace Itwin. enough to come home but, on arrival -

-- 'I' he suffered a relapse which

proved fatal. HI wife, formerlyMiss .
Your Will Lydia Chamber of Princeton j
and two small children survive .
Will, your will work That 1*
the pointed /fuestioft' consenting him a* well aa his parents;

of which ... Mr. and Mr*. C. A. Oossman, and
the disposition estates ...... '- .
of several brother and slater \
Gilbert T. Stephenenn! director '
trust research of the Graduate}I BUILT Of WOOD Interment wa at the Naranja

School of Banking of the American,I CAST var SIll/ Cemetery, the body being burled,
raises In the 11Ir"bn7VCtt' with military honors" +
Bunker Association, UIIIQI/F rFqo HAtH

current Rotarian magaiine A will KfsoAr.iuAS wester cwsnacrfo orrMSfg Jan. 8, Hit ,
may be legally sound and up to fot/t/a OM TM SMCH aooes* \
BstrtawMFR >: > E FKOM S/M6iS HfCSTAftfS -"Or, Sutton and R T. Jackson
he It not be
date, tax yet may eyoaESS'
i o MI7STTt: CNAI/l AND went to Miami on Thursday to aHI,

workable. I FPM fAfg IVOOOS. Often/AOL tend a meeting of the Miami Bap-;.
uvwa .2CG1 M SAO. dueexxvt ,
Distribution, administration and MSSS "
i t.UYIfAr. 11T1I1.t. alNCNAND 0f jg GAUMrJWO CATiMMJIf ffOWOfAT tilt AMOciation.
Investment provisions can bt defined 1'Nr 'DIl11'7'IIP- 'l/II'IUSI'Nr A OAIJINAT/If .1n ; "A called of the
AUSne'ITY special meeting
to make a will Workable,, ofoaq raAO crlWU kWIIS ...wa.fA7. m/S /ce7snarAa M4 says Mr Steph nlOn. Arrangemdnts -+ .... \
-- the town hall on Tuesday even

should beNtrI lently flex-i. sands of machine gun*, Where Int with about twenty membertipresent ,
ible to
prevkiefor emergencies'which ,
.1 S. E Livingston, on request -
often arise to*provide additional Children in Court ill (was there were too ol them dn I explained the purpose of

fund'beyond the regular little hill The artillery dug
the meeting a* being to discuss the
Income at the time of an accident By Judge Malcolm llatfleldDBOrma 20 Years Ago'1A. Mocha out of his hole and the. I I Improvement of the field now
or Illness when a daughter marries ;
little old machine gun fixed him used M a landing place for plane
or a ion to college. THE WHIP t
away when h* came out Where w_ from the marine aviation field In
While It la to state what '
necessary The parent of I It-year-old, ug. 'Qulb' It was at 0:30 when we,I Miami. ,
I trustee may and may not do ha I ,.
Mao .re lame .etea. I
should not be put In a *tr lt-iocket boy; wh* war arrested for Iiito1 -: .r Mi* a.w.aweasasw.e III'want ever the top and crossed over "-"Le Freed and familyleft ,
should really'' e.i..a.a./.. a.. pea 2.000' met r. of No Man' ;And-I Homestead for ai two week vacation ,
and. a* a mnaequeneev be.,hampered -1 tmobilebanditry, a of a..to Florida .._ ...
In changing Investment to have toad trial in his place for. ... (hot 81, IH" 04 1111006.Ne through FrIU SOS barrage at Hawkes Park, New Smyrna,, ,
y. meet changed condition I -..-. can't, for military reasons, II I Port Orange, Daytona and Holly
It developed, they were primarily I Ii Ij you about tile lessee there, Hill visiting friend and rela
Because of violent fluctuation In Jaw 10. ISIS I ,
often w-crowed his trenches It
j i responsible for the trlme "
p the market value ot estate, it ll "Chas. Fuch received am honorable wk like taking candy from a kid.
!, This young ma" criminal *a-, I -"Mrs. Sistrunk I* the new clerkIn
desirable to lUte money glf> Infraction discharge from the navy at Of course we had an awful chaae the Mercantile Mrs Marie :

rather than in amount.jreer started some years ago when Key Want and returned home on mud, rain and sleet, night and Saunders hn left and Mrs. .
he declares He cite the ce of I his parents let the whip fall from,:,Monday evening" day. On meal every 24 hour King "
Holcomb 1 the cashier
I woman whose estate it the tin,.their feeble gracp The boy; loon -"H Dove Allison has bouhthe was the belt we ever had, and several "James H.* Fisher new of Bradentown
she prepared her will wa valuedat picked It up and from that day on,! I j
I R. Walker grove near the Silver time we missed that. The Flat arrived Saturday to spend '
he dropped It. Mia father' I on
lit million dollar Flnt iho
Palm store from A. B. Curry. With pace grew so fast we finally threw time with his brother, Prof. :"
and mother realized that '
divided .000 her friends never
1250 ;
among proper care these tree will aoonba away all cur equipment except our c. M. Flaher This i* his first .'
and charities; then he left! the re. they had abdlaated their authority valuable those h sold last and ammunition. Finally '.
,, as a* guns
visit to the East Coast and we hope
mainder In trust for her husband and stepped down from their le- I
year. |I Just as we were about dead from
Jgltimate I he will like it well enough to ataf '
place head of the
and children. The
depression WON '
I -r The Order of the Eastern Star exhaustion Fritz threw up his with ."
on and her estate dwindled to i family Consequently. the boy ua
met January 29 The grand ma- hands and qait No we didntcelebrate
: "Mr W. A. Mitchell and son,
wa never taught to respect authority ''
$250,000. Wh n.he reread barwill
Uenv Carrie M Harris of Tampa, or even seem to feel I .
to Shelby
w ,
A. Jr. have
she found aha bad lit effect; of the rights of ether, and,:I gone I
and Walter H. At o'clock cleanedour "
grand patron, glad 11 we
Mlal. week
to about
disinherited her husband and children a* I result, soon violated both thefederal stay
I and state law, Combo ct Miami and many visitor guns, oiled them packed them I Ii I -"Dr. Dennis hal been asked to
When aha rewrote It ahe i
: were ,reRnt. i i on our carts and started back Wedeemed take charge of the morning servIce ,
made her gift> iir fraction* sot -OR. 3 Barnum of Miami to be in worldno
reopened a strange -I la the White Stone church oa
amount HITCH HIKCKS the Garden Theatre last Saturday gas, no shell, no snipers or bullets Sunday morning ."

Provision also should bo mad: evening staging a tint class and TWO MEALS A DA Y.I -"A boy wa born last week to
against estate and Inheattancitaaes Juvenile authorities have not yet{ tend At and could'
I show drawing $ good house night we built tires Mr. and Mr Bert Mathu,"
defeating testamentary de I apprehended. the two young hitchhikers -i 1 -" big event of the season lathe hardly make ourselves believe \hatlO"e 'Th folk took a truck
*lre". Mr. Stephenson: point out. who held up and led a busl- RadcDffe Chautauqua, wHca Boehe would not fly over and ride to Royal Palm hammock Sat

Far exianple. ene must decide,, nea man who had given them a open up on Monday and continue drop a O. L can on us A* we' urday night and had a glorious

whether he want the residuary, ride oft a highway In a certain until Wednesday night, with afternoon moved back we burled! all "the" I time. Those ia toe party were: "

estate to stand all taxes or whether town. and evening *eision*. Thai each part of thtf estate shall beat,1' Hour later the merchant was tent will be pitched opposite the not the dead Boche: we left that LaMonte
Sheffield Glen Summer,
Its pa'aroccrtloiiHto part ef the delta!',|1'found securely bound to a tree Free Mid Burton store in the heartof for the negro troops who- were I I Craw Brockett Harriet*'
Dorothy ,
duties. Sometime! when the former -J Where his assailant had left him. : town ." here lor that purpose and would I Margaretand

plan Is adopted those nmreeal t,'It wa fortunate thai they had not probably up tkat far In a week Latterner Isabel Becker, Mr and

and dearest ones may be left only:. taken hit life M cover up the tkeft Jia. 23. ISIS or two. Since November 1 we' I Unitan Robertson and, the two
i Mr. W. E. Myer.
the hell\ of Ma ertjfe |'of Me money and a.n>mobtl. !I-"Lieat Vernon Leach have had 38 days of forced march, Grow and
whose chaperone, Mr, A. C.
An executor, and tmte Whowill ]I, WIN the problem ef transportation parents reside In Florida City and that I* lust what Sherman I Mr*. Hobart Brockett' (Florida
thus solved motor- "
by friendly .
..kilt was1'
iCe that wi.ll.\ua il '
your a* write as follows from "somewhere City).
\ liU thousand of boy are Inclined
ihould must have a rare combination .; In. France: We had the most strenuou -r Oscar Thomas, after a lingering -"Donald Williama, baby son ot .
ta threw off family tin and. d*
of quaU..pfl'tioal", menta!,I into shiftless' i drive ever since the morning Illness, died ut his home on Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williams died
I' vetop vagabonds un- (
and spiritual," he asserta Hit,' lea* hlfeh-hiking la completelydiscouraged : of November I, when we went overi at 110: p. m. His death was Ion Saturday night one month old,

knowledge of taxes, real estate by and motorist i the top and started the big drive caused by plural pneumonia. fol- and waa burled on Sunday afternoon
value, bookkeeping settling estate Icwlng Influenza At the time I "
i: *. that took us clear through) front I at Naranja .
*. administering trusts, thoulc!,I I Hit Argoar.t to fps Luxembourgline. of his death,Mr Thomas held the,; -"L. R: Nixon ha resigned from

be grounded on experience >"I ". We had been held uptin Arjgonne positions of marshal and; tire chief' the postmastenhlp .
ceaaful experience A person wh several and GeI of Homestead and was constable o : with
[>! Would Not De Molested day the ,- f"Oscar Thorn i* very *lck:
la human sympathetic, honest and bad some 42 divisions in this dlttrlet Mr. Thomas. who, double) pneumonia .'

understanding with this .trslnlni g1[' A number of Jean ago when|front ef u*. At each drive we war 29 year of ego I* survivedby -"W, B. Sounders was discharged

should be chosen aa an axecuiot' fttarfc Twain was running weekly mode they stepped u* at three or hill wife, a daughter of Mr. and from the navy and returned home

and trustee. newspaper In a small Missouri i four kilometers. and losnr were Mr*. T. A. Campbell, three small last week. Ha U working in

--'- I town one of hie- subscribe, upon{heavy on both sides So finally children hi*. parent and four MlamL" (

WHERE TO lET A START W\' unwrapping his paper, found a we did the thing In true American brother There was a largo, -"The Red! Cross Auxiliary lent ,

LIFE--.You get your start where- brown spider in It. He Immedlataty 1! style We mused 62 division and attendance at the funeral All I 114 orange, contributed by B. I;. !IfI

ever you find !t. But always remember sailed eyes Mark Twain and, more artillery than bad ever been business houses closing down In( Fry, F I. Wiggins, Mr J. M. ,

thai if la weft to (eel I':asked If K meant good or bad known la any aectcr: twice the size: the afternoon" I rI Bauer Ceo. W. Koael. Mr, F ai

your atari m, the placewhen r, luck to him to find a spider In his ainst the war began On the morn -The people of Homestead were''I i Blakeiley, Mr. Camber and Mrs.

you hop later to find your careen'.i paper. Mark Twain replied that ing of November I, at SU: we, shocked to hear of the death of''I| Seymour Dane to the hospital of 1

) Start among the people who w ill, It did act mean either but In an a"the moat
i know you and help you whenAnd; probability the spider waa looking! that had ever been known Mra Mitchell and on left hereabout kindly delivered them," (Redland).

move up. It a 1 1 over the paper for a merchant whoi It was Just a aolld boiling, thump two week ago to visit Mr. "John M. Bauer returned last

moat young people will find IVi j did not advertise so that ne> could noise with no eeaetton or varlatkin >' Mitchell While there the contracted "Il week from Crumlyn Pa. where

done mast ...MIhi small I spin. his web acre** the door andehe and the gae, woo so thick one I Influerua, which turned he has been doing government

town.-Walter & PitkJa In 1 window ol hill store .* he weuld could almost cut It with a knife' Into pneumonia. this causing her, ...r.." (RedlmndJ.

!t': Rotarian Magazine {not be molested then (We Joined the show with thou-| death. A telegram wa immedi Continued on Tag Five}


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Friday, February S, 19m: THE ENTERPRISE Pare Five ,"

t..a.aa..w.waw..aw .......,,.ra..r... .. I lie... Blair Hlckson, Vernon Jackson ,,.,.,.,. . .n m on ten and recap. ;
Redland E.tel Lee Buddy Undgren Twvday M the home of '
II The RattlerBy I and Virgo Pope. 20 Potter in honor ,tf 1

Eighth trade--hl h, Toente Tor- .......... on bfor sad birth ,
fiaaUy Cwel and UNeUe CeterafirtUJNO :bert Martha January Cart Sweet- attended fcy about .4 {
ling and Jack Marshall; low, Faye ( ." (florida tom ,

: BEK: FINALS Vy Davis, Irene Jsckson and WiV Campbell rrteda Engel: HvtraBwtry -"A TarAm, Uwtrnn il
CtATCO FOR TUt MATStawiey ma Thompson. I Elizabeth Buck. pit the hat you just bought; {II"
\rr.. ha toe eonductteg Tenth trade-high, MarjorieLewto I Seventh trade-high, ttosemaryHeiwilniton on 'nI I box jronY w e.-..,..*-. <, .
flit pBlng endorse hi study halt ., Susan tape, Kathleen "
to MtoWK that petted, Monday, Mary Engel Lillian Andrew 'Wagner, Ana Shatkletord, Juan- and t
Jan. M; sere period Tuesday .nd Wand Slckte; krw, fa.1 i ia. Ita Mtck B, Webster Williams, These d ,
Ja*. 31; third period, Wednesday,' Chubb, Jr.. Rex noinhve, teensy UlrIc Viklm and Dick Campbell Mrs. \Bro"'IOW.IRecn.nd'I'M
retx l; better period Thursdayrb. Dlkom Leonard 'Gmr, OeorgeKufeldt low, Johnnie Lee Andrew, Marie Wm. Cafe
.ft;filth period rt"ay, cYb.9,. and Grahem.McGlroTv I ROOM Margaret StiUoHM, Rob- Ruth s < :
pates leering, Monday, fM, S. The'. Ninth |raft-..high, fie Jean tr ert Jensen Jack Campbell, George tsabel S. rtAouat nn. r
he best spellers team Mh study wtn, Nina Lon Pop, Nellie Lash Slsk Donald Grate, John Mer- Rom .
kaB aw* will Met tor the riaatetaeday Eva Mtaberengh, AnnabHte IV** Laughlin Md Tommy Vales Scott UOkl1\ i 4
M. 7, sixth period i Janette % II
thl h to decide tit .
champion CiN'-1t
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1 Doer Soett, Helen Pope, It. A. Noticing that little JM WM and
TAKAI: or HMXHLCSS : AnuM and Wilbur Peepers; tew struggling with an ear ef com, hernwttier City). ; Lunch.>. COc }
CHEMIST: HVCS TALK Caret Lee, Jewel HodffR' Many offered to cut off the ken -*C. "
A very enjoyable and Instructive Loll Durrett, Jeanette Cby, Lot eels However, n..... quickly Miami
ksKNtbly' program WM held Wed-' Vrarta, Mildred Reams, Mary 1 III rebutted when Joan *epMNM : : A. NABOBS' trap. J
....., morning Wr Wagner introduced Turner, Alice wysong, Lee Glad I like it On the bone!"-Ix., M.. J. _, J
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the speaker, Professor ,
C. McElhany, who. I* XroiA the -
General Motors Pared af Progress .
to Miami. He Showed how "t:
Commercial product have developed -

glass bowed,In some\11 DM thread some past few cloth made)'ear.made of skimmed He or- It must be the old South in us. JI

milk, material resembling'
glass,made of sawdust, tpecUcle
made from sawdust (Incidentally,
this material U unbreakable), a I ,<
tooth brush with bristles made of I
COal a bar through Which ultraViolet ,
rays tot light' can pall 'WhichIs :
now being used Very' satisfactorily'
for dental and surgical>ufo ,
poses., a rubber-Hire material that
It being manutattured and has
some physical tfiarscteilstlcA of
rubber but will not 'crock, in exact -
copy of the tint telephone used ,
by Dr. Alexander Graham Bell e
and I copy of Thomas Edison's
font light 1db.
The junior class Is sponsoring
moving picture, "Kentucky-" with
Richard Green and Loretta Young f far
td be held tt the Seminole' Theatre
MX S and jt). Their tickets are
Sow .n sale III the regular prices saws.IN .

HONOR Rom ANY CASf-like strangers lib v> mat Vm fed
The following students were why we've fnfvnt a Lost *t
the high choe4 honor roll this
Snonffi: free extras designed to male your Florida vacation pleas A ;
Twelfth radblllh, Emily En- enter. So drive in at the Sign of the Orange Due ,!
pi Margaret Griffin, Alma Jane
XJndgren, Wilma Landman, Ben ad'Mf
Benson, Marjorie Campbell; low,
Norman Benson, Edward Burr.
Eleventh grade-high, Mildred 'o;
Craft, Phylis Bell; low, Carolyn M6AfxA Ll. I
Campbell, Kathleen Lloyd, Marie AND iF lVURSSSF64s J/M AtyNarfmrL.too etGO IW4fR A dIPP lUll Mr?!'StPlfil! J
Borgardt, LaNelle Rogers, Merle MNAt/rs r. sae 77//s e NnEw $.4f id Q6irC//i7i 601f 1t71A47Tw Pole. w

January, Dorothy Edwards, A'UM.MY a Ut74'S1 IYEN x
Shirr .THEYREtiLL nssctfro f r F/SJ//Nsf GRgfOYOS. I


Fire Insurance and fOLKSr 1 1i I

Kindred Lines i

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15 N. Krome Ave.

.hove #rd Wf..Affjfl5717LPJLCaVJA'fc4A a fUA'VYmr Lcwzv o as.1s CA-M ARE GULfS
77/1 )t msrze. AlP /M 60/Ns ,
lrnv sedMWA,
GULP Is 7V0s.iK .

Prompt service on all

makesspecializing on
r A .Ml Nllrl CIITIfKATI" A CULIPaIDI Oil CHANGE RmlMWftrtvelmm
automobile radios novel Mrti&ttt that fnraulM penal ail with finds 100%
t of ettch. Spars fur snupJiot Fur Pennsylvania U At rljil gab
L. C. Dodd li'u sigiulima fat Florida
Flower Bldg. out NO-NOX grant Thwdl..
Florida *yy \ Out LU..ICAnoN'Ce..rldol". ,.,../ f u you Deed b highepued .
flemratead, squeaks-an expert |OW
cant 1
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gcotlejult, at Iroublt... the rowL

}' Work Done Promptly e
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THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Friday, February 3, 1939 *
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10- ball court IT feet wide and 74 feet by the Homestead High School alone with a number of leadingtax but the federal government'] :'i 1 '

WOODWORKContinued long, while regulation dimensionsare band and the Girls' Glee Club, minds of the state and with highly successful In its collectionof .Ji' ,
50 by tt feet It was trough who rendered number of selections -, numerous business m. nand, taxes. The state of Florida "
( from Page One) out. The sidelines of the court under the direction of Mrs.I this must crack down on a condition : ,
from the sale of their handiwork, are even with the spectator stands Margaret Mill, music supervisorof women of Florida that plan] that ben become a scandal'Your +,\:
Mr Rice Mid. and concrete pilasters, whereas the Homestead schools Is not practical or feasible. I am
Urging extensive planting of the regulation courts provide a spaceof try to the university next falL confident that this proposal Is so
tree In Able area, Mr. Rice places at least three feet from sidelines I Coach Ted Bleler of the local out of line that If adopted by any
the florid mahogany among the clear of any obstructions. spoke of the hard work and sacrifices group or organization It will work
fine woods ot the world. It to, he Such a court provides not onlya the Homestead boy had gone t
not only Irreparable harm to its
believes, the fame species that mental hazard to players but a
growl throughout the West Indie' real physical: hazard as well it sponsors but that It will be most f
and wu tint Introduced Into was pointed out, and Coach Bleler SALES TAX harmful to the state as a whole. !
Europe by the Spaniard was congratulated on the remarkable 'We desire to reduce the tax J
The tree thrive In high dry! team he has turned out and 1 (Continued from; ; Page One) burden; to make our system more
place. he said, ti resistant to cold the few injuries that have occurred r for taxation. I don't know. However equitable, to develop more efficiency u
and grows quickly The grain of In the face ot such hazards In government, local state
I do know that our present
the Florida mahogany po* eisei A team with the reputation of I method, though Inequitable and and national Florida Is collectIng J
a more distinctive/ character and : Homestead's ought to have a less than twenty-eight percent
I obsolete In many of its phases I II
the wood la more durable than the I brand new gymnasium," was nevertheless it sound one. The of Itt assessed taxes annually,
Santo Domingo mahogany he ex i Major Close's comment. only way in which we are to reach according to information I have
plafned.Homestead. The WPA projects under way I a thoroughly equitable and effi- been given. Our tax laws, there'
student who have I here-the recreation park, city library ciently operating system of taxation fore, apparently are sufficient to
already prepared pieces for the exhibit building 1 and the Florida 1 City I I. through a constructive process secure revenue far in excess of
include Ron Reitz, Harry farm market-show very that will save the good of the our needs. The obvious answerto
Pierce, James Hardy, Howard tory progress, Major .tlSfa'-1 I old along with the best of the our present dilemma Is attention
Lamb, Rue, Martin A construction must I ,
Harvey Harry supervisor new until such time when the old to our collecting system. We
and Truitt Bullard. placed on the Florida City projectat : system shall have been replacedby have collection laws that will
Adequate space for this exhibit once, he said, as inspection new and more efficient and eliminate tax dodging and all other car at
has been reserved by fair showed that the site has been put equitable methods, methods which allow escape from JI
official "We consider the manual In readiness for actual building to taxes. Comparisons are odious .Ir J
"Since the of the Flor-

training display from our begin. meeting
schools one of the moat interesting ida State Chamber of CommerceIn its best I
and distinctive feature of the Hollywood, I have given serious RUPTUREE. I I"I
annual festival George W. Tur- BANQUETContinued thought and study to this suggestion *
ner, chairman, laid yesterday of a 'single tax.' It proposesto J. Melnhardl, Chicago, Shield Youll think more of your I,(
substitute this one tax for all Specialist, will personally be In car than ever t.efenwbeA yon I rI
( From Page One other form, with the exception of Miami, Fla., at the Ponce de Leon travel the Amoco way. More I,.1; t tJ tt J
Autoists Urged to Get through to create their present the gasoline tax. While thl may Hotel, en Sunday Monday, Tuesday nap and sparkle, lets wear
Festival Bumper Signs winning combination. Principal sound equitable and practical In on the motor. Let us patAmocoGUI
Hindman added his and Wednesday Feb. 5th, l t tI
appreciationof theory, a moment's considerationof la the tanks tI
the team and his confidence in 7th and Ith, front 10 a. m. 8th'I
Resident of the Homestead and the Intricacies of our tax structure -MotoI'OU fa the cnnfecue.
Redlanda Ceo their future, and other comments reveals that such a proposalIs p. m. and Sp.intoIP.m.daily.,
area are urged by .Notice how much more
W. Turner, president of the Red- along the same line came briefly wholly absurd. While the primary Please note date and hour carefully q ietlyendsmoothlyahenw.. 1i11 I
land District Chamber of Com- from several speakers among the purpose of taxation is for Amoco-Ou la not merely gas r
merce, to apply at the chamber of parent group.Members revenue, ;yet our social and economic MR. MEINHARDI SAYS: "My oUnet It's a special blended I' :
commerce building for automobile of the A and B team system has given to taxation Rupture Shield strengthens the I motor fuel. You'll like the _
signs advertising the annual Red- a* introduced or mentioned at the other functions. Control of weakened muscles, thereby contracting kind of aenrlce we give :7004 t J! 1I
land District Fruit Festival. The opening of the program by Chairman jades, professions and of business the opening In ten dayson .
In and
too. Come ace u*
signs are also available at many Bird Included Charles Little, II made effective under our system the average case, regardless of
filling stations, Mr. Turner laid. Harvey Rue, Martin Bishop, William through taxation. I need size, location, or heavy strain In
McMlchael Roy Martin, LU- only to mention, the beverage busl- any position. It I* waterproof, W. Pe GASH'SService I
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Bird, Jack McMichael Edward taxes); the real estate business are Invited). This visit is for white Station J
(Continued from Page One) Kirby, Carlton Sweet, Bank By- ; Inspection for control of our people only.NOTICE Flatter Are. Homestead ;
Crete pillars that intervene be- rum, Fred Fuchs, Noah Peterson, crops and so on until our whole : I have been coming I IJ
tween the spectators' gallery and Lester Archer and Howard West economic life Is affected."I here for 15 yean. Please note OPEN ALL NIGHT
the scene of action In games, the A pleasing interlude to the am convinced as a result of above date and hour carefully, t
present gym Is limited to a basket speaking program was supplied personal conferences and discus-1 Remember the name Melnhardl.,

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Friday, February 3, 1939 _____ --THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Seven

n. i 1[erica for 1938. This la the fifth rector of all Florida experiment Lewis G> .Aldrlch left Mondayfor

winter that Dr. and Mrs Melander station, and Mr. Pepper I* publisher Fort Bragg, N. C., after a oI$. ;,
'I have slopped at Royal Palm Park of the Gainesville Sun. day furlough with his family here.

In and Ground in order to study the wild life with

: motion picture camera In this na- Mr. .-and Air*. Pat Baker have Mr. and Mr*. Frank: Sheffield
II ture sanctuary.Sam a* a guest Irs. Clark Taylor of of Miami and their daughter

Columbus, Tenn. France, were recent guests otMfs
Homestead McKlnstry returned to his' ---. Alma Dosrte

,, home in Pahokea Wednesday after Mr. and Mr*. J L Hlcksou are
1 visiting friends in Homestead. entertaining Mr*. (ilea Ekey and Mr. and Mr*. V. O. Rohrer of

1 Miss Ted Reitmeyer of. Lake Miami were Sunday guest at the
!I'M..*. Julia Polk who has been a Mrs. E. J. Dyal returned from I Mill Margaret Murray of New .Worth. home ot Mr. Rohrer parent, Mr.
HendersonvUl and York city Is visiting Mr. and Mrs.F. and Mrs. John Rohrer.
patient In Jackson Memorial hospital Monday stopped I
in DeLand to home her A. Minner.,.
'bring arrived
was brought back to Homestead Archer Smith Monday '
Thursday. She la staying at daughter, Miss Iva, who will spendexamination from the University at Gainesvilleto Mr. Ray. Quoding bas returned '
the home of her son-in-law end week here. 1 Jack Turner arrived Saturday spend a week with his parents i from Basslnger, Fla., where she ,
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Keith from Stetson University to spend His roommate, Don Rickard of was called by the illness of her
Foulk. Principal'. M. Hlndman's a few days with his parent, Mr. 'Jacksonville, I* here alto. !mother.
and Mr*. Chas. O. Turner. '
mother, Mrs. H. F. Hindman of: I
Mrs. Minnie Austin of Miami Miami, was taken to Jackson Memorial -' FLORIDA CITY Mr. and .::James; E. Harrison
Albert Tim who pent the past
Her' i who arrived last week: are occupying -
spent the week-end with her aon- hospital yesterday. year with his uncle and aunt Mr. ,-...... ...
In-law and daughter, Mr. and condition wa reported to be ca-, Bishop i the Free cottage on Palm '
rious. and Mrs. J. Tom Vann, has returned Mr. and Mrs. Edward avenue. fI
Howard Johnson.
Mrs. to his home In Lamont. ,
left Friday to make their home
i In Nocatee, Fla. The Ladles' Aid of the Commu-
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webb are Mia Myrtle Moon. a former Mr. and Mn. Kline Graham of I I nity Church held 1U February
entertaining Mr. and Mrs. John resident of Homestead, was recently Gainesville visited the Subtropical
Frank: A. Silcox of Philadelphia meeting Thursday at the home of
of South Dakota and their Injured In an automobile Mr.
Stanley Experiment Station Tuesday.
1 u visiting at the home of Mr. and MX*. Anna Baer.
daughter, petty Ann, who arrivedIn accident near her home in Elyrla, Graham I ia business manager of Mr*. Alonzo Lewi
Homestead Sunday. They came O., according to word received by the University of Florida Mr. and Mn. T. Royale and
by way of Washington, D. C., and her sisters, Mr. J. Tom Vann and "
Mr. and Mr. Robert Grlesbach daughter, Phyllis Arm, who arrived
.will return by way of New Orleans Mrs. G. I. Gault. and her brother, Mn. E. Rentz, Mrs. Fortner, '
were taken to the Kendall hospitalon on Friday have taken aa :,,1
and Texas. Mrs. Webb and Mr*. Ralph Moon. Miss Moon's chest Mrs. Brownlee and Miss L Ken-
Monday. Their condition was apartment In the Robertson home. '
Stanley were girlhood friends.Mr. and back injuries necessitated her drick, all of Columbus, Ga., visited reported to be serious.
remaining In a hospital for a and
Mr. and Mr S. J. Lynch
Mr. and Mrs. F. Floyd Hubbardof
and Mrs. J. A. McNeil en- ,week. Miss Katherine Davis several days Mr. and M--csrl;: Sheet of Meriden, Conn, who have been

tertained on Sunday M. Waha of last week. Marlington, W. Va, arrived recently staying In Miami were Tuesday
Ripley, 0., and his children, Mrs. S. D. Clarke, wife of State for a stay of two week at guests In Florida City before leaving
Charles and.Betty, who were on Senator S. D. Clarke of Monti- Mr. and Mn. I. SlIvU of PttU- the Palm Hotel. for Saint Petersburg.
their way to Havana where they cello, Fla., and their son, S. D burg arrived last week to spend a -

plan to spend a few weeks Clarke, Jr., of the University at few week with Mr. and Mn. S. Miss tngeborg Mattson arrived Mr. and Mrs. David Loudermilk.M. ,

Gainesville were visitor of Mr.I J. Lynch. on Wednesday from Jackson, Miss., .... D. K. Rapp and Mrs. Carl !
Mrs.T. E. Adams, a former resT-" and Mn. E. E. Atkinson at Royal llID1-dPlerre;; to visit her brother-tn-law and sister -I Pappall of Loulsburg W. Va, are
dent of ReJlpnd whose home Is Palm State Park recently. Tom McDan- Mr. and Mr*. Johnny Becker visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dultx. ,
home from the
Iel are expected .
Detroit been
in has visitingat
the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Mr. and Mn. Ralph Rust left .University of Florida t o visit their . . . . . . .t

Baker on Redland road. She left Wednesday for a visit in Miami parents. < '

Friday for a visit In Miami. and Palm Beach before returningto : POWER TOOLHeadquarters 1
their home In Lewes, Del. They Theodore Franklin arrived Monday
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. A.F. to visit his parents, Mr. and
H. H Snellgrose has returned to Arthur.Dr. Mrs. P. J. Franklin, during the t
bit home after a stay In the Post examination week of the University -

Graduate hospital where he received and Mri. A 1.. Melander of Florida. Rudolph Gossman 11
treatment for broken
a arm.
spent last week at the lodge In arrived home Thursday.

Royal Palm State Park. Dr. Me- De Luxe Paint Sprayer ... rr
T. J. Phillips returned to his lander 1* head of the department Dr. and Mrs.Wllmon Newell and.
home Tuesday after being In the of biology at the City College of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pepper visited t
Post Graduate' hospital! for medical New York, and Is a widely known the Subtropical Experiment Station 7S I,'''..\ -.. i _
treatmeat., ,_ entomologist. He was president of Sunday. Dr. Newell. provost for Payments4 4
of Florida and di- ; ,
the Entomological Society of Am- the University. ...

two Mr ions. Chas., Linton F. Connor and Charles with, left her . . . . .. . Sear Saving Price ..,,,. f _

Thursday of last week for Jacksonville :1 Equipped with 1.1 h. p. motor, "
where she was called to the 1750 r. p. m. Compressor
bedside of her mother,,Mrs. W. H. mounted on ball: 10-In. In diameter
Hicks, who Is ilL Mrs. Hicks has CAN SEALERSand ll-in. long. 1-oC alum a- r
visited Mr*. Connor a number of num gun, pressure ',pe. IS-ln. .,
times, and has a wide circle of hose "

friends her*.

Mrs. Anne Daggltv of Grand "Companion"Arc t
Rapids la visiting Mrs. C. S. Allen Sanitary '

Term a* low a*
J. D. DeBuchanne of Redland II down, balance 4500
ha a* guest( John Gruellc and monthly. Sued
carrying charge '
Fred WMterholf of St. Louis. .
r Bean Baring Price .

Miss Julia Johnson left Monday r Wit melt JM Inches 1-f-ln, ,
for.her home In Elodorad, IlL welding rod per hear. Operate t-
on 111 or UI roTU e1 ,
",Bill Elton of Toledo arrived : We Have just received a com- cycles. AC. lit .... maximum. J '
capacity. With I Up for dlf.fercnl ,
Tuesday fora visit at the home of r

hi*.uncle and aunt, Mr. 'and Mrs. plete new shipment of Burpee I work. r

C. J. Parman.Mr. ;1

and Mrs. Fred S. Fletcherof .' and Dixie can sealers and .: 1-3 Horsepower Motor

Bristol Comu aN JnaJctogtheir *11S* value spilt phaae type, greaseseatedball I
second winter visit to Royal palm -, b bearlEX Double drive shaft With st..t. 995 1
State Park Lodge. .Mr? Fletcher cans. ant switch cord and plug. Sean Baring Price '
..I* manufacturer in. Bristol. ., 'i

Come in and see these new :1' "Companion" :
Dr. and Mr*. M. H. Tallman of .
Miami Malted Mr. and Mrs J. HByrura j.
Sunday sealers and let us demonI I Deable-beartng bead Block. Heavily built
I spindle equipped with" bell thrust bearing. I 595

11 Charles Otis of Connecticut has strate them to you. :1 speeds, smooth periUra. seam BaringPrice t

vt returned.,till home after. visiting
'1 friends here. .'

We-will explain too the ad- ; "Companion" Heavy Duty 12-in. Is t
Mrs. George William and Mi. : Drill Press Band Saw rfowft ,
. > and Mrs. Raymond William ar-
<. lived In Homestead recently to vantage of the Continental :1 .I
pend the winter at the residence 14.95 89.50
of Mrs. George William on N. W.
other makes of :r 00
Second avenue. can over cans. : soars sears
.. l Stood
Priceet Prim
It I Homestead's Oldest .! I
Handles mate.Jaw
Barber Shop .'. y: capacity risk 12.Drtlis I
chuck. upk
.1. &e center O It.1( t kMess..
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1 eI lI-bI. elrel. =
D. L Sturdy ..... alas ball 1

to new Quarter three Kilgore Seed Co. ::.. SEARS SECOND FLOOR 1IIp Is r J,

dean aenlh at the First ;

,. NaUwal Bank: I: 'S'EAR S. R 0 fiB U'C.K A"N'U: CO: ,

Expert ad eoaurlae ...mat."J Homestead, Fla. Phone 63 .1. BISCAYNE BLVD. 1JTII TO MTU_ ITS. MIAMIStlgggiBl .
A trial.win be appreciated. I i* .'ii'iI-'Ii'. r r r *! '. r .'. r .": .'...':'. N'N'R-a 'N'NN': .! ;a


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I Mr. and Mn. W. R. VatM *( Red -- .
iBoinetad P. T. A. executive -, en, rook and other game given lead end Orady Paul Steppe were Dr. Nancy Melt Haul ot Mum! A special guest.t the party .was
committee to giving the tint to the achool by the P. T. A. at married Sunday la tort Lander..I wa given a shower ot sifts \"- Mr. John L. Butts, .vprvisor .f

ot for ... Chrlrtma* time wm be in ... I j The eira any wa pei day ray her Homestead R T. A.] the Vooatieaal education Department -
iU Friday sight parties .hi =
) ),Ira. A. F. Arthur hospitality .. by Judge Aaderaon H. clad In applied psychology at the' CIt the county acheol ysten
arohpopila" this evening In the' chairman, I is arranging to serve. nor*. closing lesion ot the series. ', which _per.tea with the federal -
rotor Farmer claMtam! ta cooperation I punch for which Mn. C.J. Parma. The bride W.re II diva *< lug>] The class met at usual In the I and state government In giving
with Ted Underwood. Mrs. Preston a Bird and Mn. W. gage tea with brew ad white, clinic room of the Neva King the court
director. of recreation at the c1u C.Rlieiiey win contribute acceaaorie Cooper School slid on each mem Present also were; Ma. Ceo N,

...... din, orange and lime ...t1l11JnOII-1] Shill was bus te tXIferd and ber' personality sheet the grades WaVtfleld, Mn. C. W. McEwen,
Plan for tM patti were made! Ceo. N WakefleU Will furnish wu educated In the Medlandachoeia. -fax 12 personality essential. were Mr*.Flora Myen, )Ira. C L.Ooley,
Wednesday eta called meeting T flower for decorating the club- 'The bridegroom was bom'' marked by ten different persons Mn. A. C. Easton Mrs. Jason
the committee. Recreation ] houae.AH. and reared ta Hendenoavai and present Avery, Mrs. Fred Redd, Mn. John
turn will be directed by Mr, | young people .t Junior and I U now employed at the ParmanLehman -] The class then adjourned to the Grave and Mr A. E. Padsge.
tferweod, Md the Croquet and tea-I senior high achool age are Invited packing -. home of Mr. and Mn. H. C Nichols Mrs Jack Poet sent gift
pent sets ai wen' e( the to the party. It will begin at ':30, 'They... living near the corner and reassembled about their tone The psychology course w.* suppose -
checker' then, dominoes, 1."h and end at 10 o'clock. ef Kreaae road and Epmore *1vt. 'dining table for en analysis ot the I* consist of ten lecture,but
personality chart: : by Dr. Him. : at the special request t>( the Own
I When refreshment time came, we extended tixtetn. Lost
GIVES: Virginia Dopey, J. Q. Caldwell,
ncVrc DINNER BRIDE Or NASSAU MAN a big wooden bowl heaped with year Dr. Ham conducted a courseIn
CLVB: Myron GremwH, D. JL Snyder,
Mn. Fred Redd, leader ot the William McMichael, T. C Shack- Mill Mania. Beatrice Wilson the fin wa pieced: before Dr. chjld psychology for the Homestead -
Elementary: Club, entertained! lelerd, Frank Mcllwata. and I IMRS. daughter of Mr. and Mn. H. R. Haln. Mrs. NkhoU and Mrs. Ben P. T. A. and request are
Archer served cake, ice cream and now coning' In for a repetition' t>f
The group at a picnic dinner ftt| Charles Shaffer, Wilson, became the bride of H. B
her home on Jan. 23. 'j Pmder ef Nassau Saturday 1110111I cotte that course.Homestead.

Mr*. Redd' daughter, Teresa,; HXLKN tIACKUnt ing In Fort Laudcrdale. Judge
live I demonstration Of the) making IS HONORED BY CLCB I Boyd H. Anderson performed' W. M. S.
of butter, buttermilk and cot- A luncheon' and a handkerchief, ceremony: which wa witnessed by The CalendarFeb. 1 1R Feb. 7. Meeting Use cheese and the little the bride' mother. .-
clubj shower were given yesterday In I committee and roods mothen at
members gave reports on darnlnj honor of the birthday anniversary The bride wore a dress 'Of white ).-Episcopal Auxiliary: 2 p. m.' In clinic\ room.
and other work they have done of Mn. Helen Hackler by mem i crepe with brown and while ac guest day at Geo. N. Wtkefield Feb 7.-Redlatod Home Demonstration -
and on work they are doing Jor ben of the Rain or Shine Club I cessorle: and a corsage of pink and horn Club work meeting.
the fruit Festival the home I blue sweet peas and white bab,'. Feb. Homeatead
of Mn. Julian H. Webster P. T. A. Feb. 'I.-BUlIn. meeting of W
Lawn game wen played. Mr* Webster served the Individual I breath. party for high, school pupils In Future M. S. In church.
Memben present were. : Barbara : Mr*. Pinder was born and educated
Farmer clubhouse
at 7:30
birthday cake : p. m. Feb. 8.-W. M. V. meeting in
Jean Smith Barbara Jean ,, In Homestead
Coven Were laid for: Mr*. Feb. ..-1'. L. T. Club spaghetti church.
field, Suzanne Brown Mildred Frank Roe Mr, Mr Pinder 1* a ion of Mr. and .
: Frank Feb. Altar
Skin Mn upper in I. O a F. hall I -Meetingol Society -
Ferryman, Betty Catlln, Ruth By Carl Mn. John Pinder Of Naaaau. He
Deden. Mrs. Fred Redd, Mn of Sacred Heart Church.
Feb. *.Meeting of South Dad
rum, Mary Radford Pate Fadaga, was born In Nassau and Wit graduated !
C. t. Parman '
Mn. ,
H Pierre Me- Feb. 0.-RedIand Lad! Aid
I Garden Club with Mn Wm. Dun-
Mildred Creer Katherine Kelly from high ..chool'here..
Daniel Mn. W. E. Rheney, Mn. T. meeting In Redland Community
and Mary Sincere. Guests preHntw.re J. FiMt, Mn. Hackler and Mn They will Eve tn Kaaau where lop.Feb. Church.
Betty Byrwm WiaUred 1>" Whaler. Mr. Tinder to engaged In agricultural Townwnd Club mead] Feb. 10.-Union meeting ot Redland -
say ant Norton Wakeffeld. -1 work.AUXILIART. big at Neva. King Cooper auditorium '
and Homestead P. T A.1 its
at 2:30.
The South Dade Garden Club Redland at S p. in.Ft .
ttoRoRrrr MEMBERS VOTES TOPOSTPONE Feb. 6 Meeting-of 'burden ...
will asset *. Il Amerfcan Legion Auxiliary -
Monday at the home ef
GIVE RUSE PARTY I Mrs. Wm. : Poppy DAY Club at home of Mr. and Mr. Wm. meeting at Legion halLFeb
The PM Delta Dunlop to complete arrangmiuim Poppy Day In Homestead' will bee Dunlop. .
Kappa sporty for Its display .t th ,, i..f-JiM.' Sinner at Sacred
;p save a tally pull M a rob party Redlaad District trait Festival the Saturday before Memorial Day Feb. I B."P. W..C' pot luck Heart clubhouse.
Wednesday evening at UM home Instead of the last Saturday: to dinner and program at Hospitality Feb. 16. -Work meeting of
er Mia Mary Franca ArtnurMonopoly February, the Legion Auxiliary House at 630.: Homestead Horn DemonMratlon
ht MM WM eeijvyed PRESBYTERIAN GROUP decided Wednesday evening Fe*. 6.-.Meeting of Junior I Club.
ftnahee present were: kiss PLANS ALL-DAY MEETINGThe The February data would conflict Woman' Club. j Feb. 17. Meeting ef M Asters

Madge Thompson, Mine Vltjwla Presbyterian Auxiliary held with the Fruit Festival Feb. 7.-Business meeting ef Chapter of 0. II:. 5.
bone I Bible study aneettng yesterday Plan were made for the tooth
,, Mutt' Sybil Cheshire, Mia _
Kathryn Marsh, the Misses Betty afternoon at the home of Mm A. the AaxlUary will have at the 1
Md Jamie Richard and Mb Barbara F. Arthur under VIe leadentitp ef Fruit Festival, and It was decided I

Burke. Member prewnt Mrs. Paul Haley to men barbecued* pork and beef, i THE DIXIE DRUG
were: Mia Claudia Conner, Mia Flan were made for the next sandwiches coffee, cold drink and
Barbara Done, Miss Nina DyaX meeting, an all-day cession, it the plate lunches.
Mill Mary Grace Knilhti Min i home of Mrs. J. R. Hlckten to re- The next meeting will be at t Homestead, Florida
I Jane Catlln. Min Body Brown and I viewhe mission book "A Star111I o'clock en Feb. II In Legion hall,
; Min Arthur. the EllI \." it wa announced.:

Mike Nina Dyal was hostess to I Those present were: Mrs. Ceo. Those present were: Mrs. Fred
: the sorority at her home on Mon- M. Prick Mr*. R B. Trotter Mr Redd Mr HaroM Sheffield, Mrs.
t day night when plans for Valentine A. F. Darling, Mrs. C. Ben Plum- W. E Rheney, Mn. Edward Norman t/St
:.' day were discussed. The mer Mrs. S. E. Carpendaf, Mr*. Mr*. Lamar Kendrick and THItKSXAU RCMIHDCR COUPON MOM
members drew names for their Busha, Mr Haley and Mn. Ar Mn. fr.nk.Rue.

"better halvea"-glrla whom they thur.
win remember various ROOM MOTHERS ASKEDTO 894
on cca- pack Wwrofest 1
Mia Dial took the girls to the GIVE HAMBURGER FRT The room mothers of the Home: I a Halibut Liver Oil
Dixie Drug for refreshment Mr. and Mr*. J. Tom Vann gave stead schools: are asked to attend i Plain Capsules e<

ThOM present were: Mill Clara a hamburger fry at heir home the P. T. A. executive meeting in cut two a%" now. Save 26c. Get
Belle Stuart. Miss Yvonne Follard.1" on Saturday. evening.The the clinic room Tuesday afternoonat I s, vitmia A to strengthen your daft. 63 ,
t Miss Brown. Miss Conner, Miss guest Included Mr. and :a o'clock. Art. 14 e t
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Done. Miss. Arthur and Mike Dyal. Mrs. Jet Adams ,.f Miami and et.UdlC-1ftt; i ----- see Arss naaa elet'arao
their baby eon Joe, Jr., Mr. and Miss had as dinner -

tlU'KCH WORKERS ENJOY I Mn. Wayne Adam, Mn. J. H. guests Sunday Mill Mary a aeavdy. A. !.' !Pa+.'Ca '.? aoc
roT-LLTK SIPPER Huau Mr*. H. i. Adam of Cor- France: Arthur Jack Sullivan and

; A pot-luck !! dell Okl., Mr*. It. C. Nichols and Ed Pacetti.
supper was served;
at the worker council {1 ions, Hubert and Bobby, and Mia* ltlshtt Rexall BIG 216. Horton'sNINIA

Monday evening in the ; Ellen Varm. vl CHOCOLATES '
Sunday school building re-1 I
Ellen Vann made a financial Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lance en-I I T O R
pork It wa decided to bend tertatued at dinner Wednesday! 2f 'Hslss tsslk Delkieus chaos.
''I flowers to Mn. Julia Polk who U evening Mrs. Lydia Gossmaa. Mrs.4 fait Doe tot hat? for Vales. C

; IU and Mr*. Catherine Pickard who Margaret Daniel. Miss Rose Cave, .a testate inml. tiara. Fysab. .
I it In the Kendall hospital. and Rudolph Cosiman.
50 fo bottle
Those present wen: Mr. fend j r r < > 77- d 6AtW6 ,
Mn. J. Lawrence Scott, Mr. and The Homestead B. P. W. C. wlnj] BISMA-REX Doubl act
Mr*. J. T. Vann. Mn. Wm. Me- hold a pot-hick dinner meeting inHospitality t ANTACID e op 4
j Cornell, Mr. Lamar House Monday it V.30.J I PPOWDE.e War.,ahsed
Mrs A. O. Smith, M.K.ndrlCk'l I Anyone Interested U Invited to at-, +.. C nhkf ter ado e' sstca add
'. Bowcn Mr*. A R Doney Miss tend. pl.4ojeu41s/ iaditmtlea. slue, east,
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DANCE) SATURDAY NIGHT swim PMmoacol Ware. Vt COLD TAILEts Beauty Kit'

easy te handle! and look I lovely SPECIAL ,
i Mask be tmtvenlty Machine Orcheetn Mualtt Dally each Saturday at efl __ We momma..d Helps to beta Idaha wwk
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} Shelton Thtnnlqve Creqnlgnole a std la a on d sit tr

j Steak and Chicken Dinners a Special Feature Wave

of Our New ServiceALL Lot .__ t'lR" -'Naetaen. cRU -
sUxaO Maichn tlu weld Prtscrlplloa eompoand.das
KINDS or SANDWICHES' AND DRINKS lot setter*al.e* to ttl D| ealy bur nf Mrt* jUr.
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GIRL SCOUTS dilation of any mortgage or other
r LEARN TO FACE Indebtedness which threaten Ffcr-| i Y AWN
i At the Girl Scout meeting Tu..- Ida farmer and growers wltll Ion THE f
.1'-' Social Events 'day at the home of the captain pf their property.; The service.is,
Mn Frank Skill. a distance ot! ivailable to creditors as well M to!
one hundred feet was meararedjoff debtor .
I and each girl paced It ten, Application for assistance maybe wow can.
R, time to determine her pace. made to any member f the,
, MRl IDA EDT 13 Schauberger Mrs A. A. Buoey! A letter was read from Girl I local committee INto) oepb X.,
HOSTESS TO SOCIETY Mrs. James Hudson Mr*. J. Lee Scout leader In Illinois asking some Minion of Okeecho.be. county supervisor v
" Mr, Ida Eby wu hostess to the Smith, Mn Ivey, Mr. Denby and I girls to correspond with the girl for the Parm Security
1 Redlaiui Ladle AId. at her home the fcostets.JIGCT I In that troop which I* working AdmlnlatrtUon.At.
e>a Jan. 28. The Rev. C Q. Nelson for tile "Mj Country" badge I
f conducted the devotional serv- DRfNUTO BE: SERVED A letter of thank was read .. ? IRCO1 D TIt D
k let that preceded the business AT IACUDnA&TCRtTU1l I from, Mrs. Ceo. Cordon of Key edAt
meeting. The annual dinner .( the Seared; always for the picture the troop luncheon of newspaper menthe
: The next meeting will be Feb. Heart Church Feb IS will be a sent at Christmas time following toast wa offered
9 in the Redlsni Community Jlggf dinner, it was decided at a Miss Dempsey McCready, director The ladiest Second wily to the
Church. meeting of the Altar Society Wednesday from Miami told of the plant I pren to the dissemination of '
: afternoon In the clubhouse. for the summer camps. She- newtf--Southwest Tourist New i \
' Present were Mr. and Mn
Refreshment were served b* thanked: the for ..l
troop a shell e
. Nelson Mrs. Gem I:. Deuel Mn.
t .Thomas QuillIan, Mr*. M. M. Rams the Mr*.hostesses Chafer, Mrs. Schmidt and, hlblt which had been green to Dr' COLDS { i
and Mrs tee at Christmas, and!
ey, Mrs M. A. Baker. bin Qeo. Othe1'l1m'e I
: Mrs S h.Nrd
. Turner Sr, Mrs. Ceo. Turner, Jr.,, I. Lynch, Mrs Charles Pope, MrsClark he complimented the troop on. the .. kr car..ww t1
In .
M... F W. Stillman, Mn. Fred: Roberta manner which the shells .Ittmount.d. ItW* MUM MU ttttt"
Mn L. C. Smith. .
. Kufcldt, Mn. A. M. Vivian Mn' Mr*. Don Ferreyra, Mr. L. Dalgle, DR. It. J. ELLIOTT: I .: ;
t C. L, Stone Mn. H. J. ChsreprMtor EVERY OMFORTs
.vm.tron"I M'I'I. C Dalgle, Mrs. F.
Mn Ann \ Shepherd Name Femter and Skill lows" amp. fr. ..+w. aw..a case r e. i a
: Mn. r A. Minnerly, Mb Elmeda II below.t..wea 1046...... 9"f"
hostess Robert, Min Mary Dlnatale and T. Adjustment Board -I ii
Mia Margaret L. Murray. ttssy bad WO 1ftffVdh0 10611w f1
p. T. A.'* TO HOLD I The next Reorganization of the Farm Debt ad w.r1K 6>,.r, n4ra a
meeting will be on DR. C. 1L DENBY
! UNION MEETING :I Feb. I.UDLAXD. '. Adjustment CommlMlon> of Florida OateepatU Pkyifctea) rawy
f The Redland and Homestead and appointment of committees I OOCata1L tO.noa aed cOrlsapW i is
Fsrent-Teacher auoclatloni will CLlB PLANS to conduct: the organisation's Phone 39
hold a union meeting In Redland, TO CAN errors rams program tn the various counties) Homestead fla. I Ico worn. .Affil. "*I" "two0woom 'II'IIG. s
next Friday night when the Red-,[ The Redland Home Demonstration ef the state was announced In Tallahassee Ne _fwra't pee* awe j 9A.6I
land association will present Club made plan at Frlday'i today by Govenor FredP. .
t founder day program.W. meeting for a work: meeting en Con.
---- Feb. 7 to be Members of the Dade
I IiA devoted to the canning County
At 8V:8 THREE I of citrus fruIt. committee, to serve until July I,
PBOCKAMSPlan Mn. J. D. Wytong gave a reportof 1939, are 7 A. Feaster and Frank I
for the program of the the county council' Quarter: Skill ef Homestead and Walker
general W. M. V. meeting next I meeting In Redland on Jan. 11 Fowler of Pen-In.
Wednesday were made by W. M. Exhibit: for the Fruit Festival The governor' commlnlon and I IR.
L U. Circle Three at Its meeting it were discussed. the county committees are sfflUV
the home of Mn. W. E. Lewi It Present were: MU Eunice ated with the Federal Farm Security -I
was decided that Mn. Lewis will Grady county agent, Mn. Seymour Administration in the con- I
have charge of the morning service Dane, Mn. A. W. January,
1 and Mrs. 8. L. West, the afternoon Mr*..H. J. Armstrong. Mrs. J. A. -I
service. Plans were made, aba, Botharham, Miss Estelle Turner, COZY DINER
for the program of the Week of Miss Eva Rotherham, Mn. A. E I
Prayer In March. Barnes Mn. W. D. Mahaa andMrs. N. KroneAve.. OLDENDORF & CO.
After a devotional by Mr*. Wyiong
Lewis Mrs. J. T. Vann read III Water Meat _154 A too

article entitled "Is America JapanAlly ** RCBIKAHS PLAN -..*. Steak *r Chfekn
Present were! Mr*. H Confer, Plans for a. taffy pull and an oW! Short Order. Sandwtthe PLUMBING SUPPLIES''
Ugatlon night to be held next Monday Sea Food la Seaaa
Mr*. J. a Po *. ).Ira. J. J. West,
Mr*. Varm and Mr*, Lewis were made at the meeting *f Dinner _,_ 54eWn.
,Liberty Rebekah Lodge Monday "W meet mail order house prices"
Circle Four which met at the evening In the Odd Fellows halt Feiner d. Proprietor I
home of Mrs. R, J:. Edward, m-j C Cookies and tea Horaentnd
were served I j 2$ Fhrl| r Street
joyed a letter from the Rev. and Present were: Mr. and Mn. HB. .
Mrs T. Ford, missionaries to. the Beattle, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph O
Island1of New Providence, ....dbr'
Moon Mrs. R. W. Mulllni, Dr. I
Mn. A. J, lam Marter ...... Irene Shanklln, Mr*. BlancheChapman
Van Marter also read a poem, "[)tLawcS' and Mr*. Cora Belle 1 'b
Wuk. Mr*. T. C. Shackleford Crlnold.
reviewed an article enti-
tled "New Japanese Ambasiador
a Ba,tlt." Mr. A. D. Smith \
talked on. "Desperate Needs InChin.
.." r u
The Neighborhood Club met I I ,I.
with Mn. J. Lawrence Scott. Mr J7 ( W. Give 1M .... ,
Ceo Wright gave a reading end OUT OF
Mn Sum J. Davis placed a violin
lOla, Mn. Scot* served Beget GenuineEUGENE YOUR'PAY '
food cake and Ice cream.

The next meeting will be at the I j Permanent .. .. '
of Mn. Davl
Soft, rolling wave abundant
Circle Two met at the hoar of) ,
Mrs Drama Wright Those present -I Tasting curls that' the A IncENVELOPE.of YOU N
were Mn. L. B Danny, Mn kind of a permanent you want. I
Geode Tread Mrs. Clifford Camp-
bell, Mn Annie R. Butler/ ) And that' thee kind we give.

H. E. Red In, Mr. Henry tn.1 For we do genuine
Mr, J. C. Van. L.
Mn E.:
Euten'l The .4We terms of the Ft LA Plan home
rence, Mn. L. T. Proctor and Mrs wiring with genuine se put

Wright Saclie Let u* .. ownership on a convenwn, pay-by-the-month
The next meeting will be at the
home of Mn. L. '". Proctoa.Mn hew tor the season with natural baris. Equal monthly instalments+ about the t

Charffct: Derlby was hostess| undulation anti flatterIng same as rent payments, make it possible for
to Circle: Six which held a short| face-and-neck curia! with incometo
business session Mrs. Bertha the responsible family a regular

Denby conducted the devotional I build a home.
]Bush's Barber
The next meeting will be with Shop

Mr Cordon Ivcy. W. will be glad to explain this "pay out of
The hostess served cup fakes,I & Beauty Parlor
tea ant crystaDued fruit I your income" plan of owning a home. Come

Member present wow Mrs H.I. atilt Lillie Sass Operator I tc in and let's discus your home-building plans.
: .. ... ... .. ... .. .. I ,.lq .
'Modernization Loans to
-no mortgage up

REQUESTSHELTON'S 'WICIX':tZD $2.500-make it possible for you to make repairs

: and improvements and pay for them a

little each month. \

: /' rJd oj1tdtp L "".

W. D. HORNE: CO. Inc.

: mart women have learned w '. Frank L.Skill, Owner

*' Mole jour appointment today : LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL.

; PAT'S BEAUTY PARLOR = I Phone 507-J Homestead, na.lilt .
Born Bids homestead Fla. Phone SS
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17fPifra'I'1 MEN 1

Ten THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, February 3,1939

11 I New York's Fair and Skyline, All in One Picture I II I I I DIVIDENDS Quotable*-OF;-Quotes LISTENING e I

I To' understand his native land, a
man must understand the people
I who Inhabit It: their characterand
their way of life, their human -
and their opmlpn of things
that are. And this much-to-be
a desired understanding will be
ty, ys gained soonest by the trawler
who goes i bout the world with
his ear eApoctantly: and sympathetically -
murmur of human conversation,
tome upon suddenly, familiarly,
though fro I 11 the lips of a stranger
Morns ;\ ,key in the Rotarian

s e K. A t .' ; CF tJ., ,Ipe Magazine
r e xc? ,# I e *
r "f'ta f r r w uyw I
ifs e THE RED
: What Is a Communist:: ? One who
| hoi yearnings
For equal division of unequal
:j earnings;
: Idler or bungler, or both, he Is
fork out his copper and pocket *
your IhUlin.-Ex.

The Four O's
fIYWiJi "' At a tea which Dr. Oliver Wen. jj
del Holmes attended, the hostess
had put the cream of her acquaintances ,
on parade for the ,
I benefit of the distinguished guestAs (
he was about to leave, she said,
"Well, what do you think of after
I noon tea" '

He quickly replied In these four i if.r
graphic words: "It giggle, gabble
MAL gobble, git!"-Ex.
141- 15
Customer (In drug store on Sun- Cb7r>

--------..... -........- -......--....-..-..-..-- day morning)-"Please" give me 'r
7 change for a dime. ,
NEW l'OBK-rrodmU of the New York World's Fclr! 1939 to landscaping, about the steelwork of the 700 foot Trylon and 200 foot Druggist-"Here you are I hope t
Manhattan U shown In this location photograph taken from the Ferlspher and alone the broad Constitutional Mail you enjoy the sermon."-Ex.
Bermuda Clipper "Cavalier flying above the Government Zone of Shown right, are the elevated tracks of the IRT.BUT: subway I
I the exposition. The familiar skyscraper skyline of Manhattan li systems and, nearer, the Long Island Railroad tracks crossing the Hubby-"You never tell me
shown her nine miles away> but within flfUen minutes ride by rail. lowered Grand Central Partway Extrusion.: The pontoon of the plane I I what you buy! Don't I get any t.I.
Note the patterns of buildings, foundations, gardens, and thoroughfare obscures view of the Triborougn Bridge. one of the main approachesto I voice in the buying"" t.I'
the Fair. The buildings shown art among forty already under "
j I Wlfey- Certainly, darling! You '
emerging In the Central Exhibit: : Area and the One lotah construction.
get the Invoice' -Ex.

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NEW YORK-Here are a Displays of rare orchids, renewed
few of the strikingly unusual every three days by t
things visitors will find at the plants flown to the Fair from
Of V New York World Fair 1939: Venezuela \

A parachute tower from The tremendous discharge of Pl
which visitors may "ball out"at 10,000,000 volts of man-made F:'
an elevation pf 290: ( feet and lightning 8J>
be sure of a "happy landing A Brazilian exhibit building 1JPt
Revolving "magic carpets"* erected on stilts
from which you may look down A floor made of cotton. In
as from a height of two miles s .
upon "The City of Tomorrow" I 1pa J
Inside the 200-foot Perlsphere.A Rlckshs runners from South
40 "Tree of Life" carved from Africa six and a half feet tall PI"Pol
the trunk and branches of an and clad mostly in feathers, I IFe
u elm planted In Connecticut In horns and beads ,
1781 by Revolutionary War A waterfall cascading from mean
prisoners the high roof of a building.
"Steve Brodie" jumping six Mural paintings that change
times a day from a reproduction their colors while you're looking -
of the Brooklyn Bridge. at them.Fireworks. E
I (
set to music In related
The most valuable wheat field patterns of color and light Ge
d for Its size In the world in full A city entirely populated by Sue
growth. midgets.An Ing
Five million dollars worth of automobile speedway hall
diamonds, rubles, emeralds and a mile long on top of an exhibit
other gems In one glittering building I"
display. Mighty snowstorms sweeping -tt
The steel-walled bathysphere down out of a clear Spring sky ChLInIf
in which descent has been made .
j miles down la the black depths
of the ocean. A building turned Inside out and
"Rocket gun" by which passengers with Its roofbeams on the out- T:30
will be shot to the moon, a,
NEW YORK-Three or Mars some day-perhaps. side.Moving eh i I Ira traveling Ole
of the hundreds elf I The model of a human e""l0 around In a building! so visitors OJJlL
amusement that will large visitors may enter it and won't have to walk.A )
furnish enjoyment and look out upon the Fair's busy flight to Venus so real' lure,
thrills at New York scene Just ss if the eyrwere doting you'll swear you've been there- 'tIau
the looking. and met the folks
World1 Fair 1939.
Above I* a sketch .f 4 1r I, The tallest moral aMsngs x, .
Jeesel's 01J t r Two hundred blooded cows, In the 'world.
NeW George ." which will being milked dally! York
i future Stew Brgdle" platform.. ,so large-that the Empire Stan! a,
a J Jumping from the An orange grove transplanted Building to reproduce U-feeta< ardsa. .
Brooklyn Bridge (II 4 tai .Intact all the way from Florida i all It,
time dsllyt). At the Automobiles with llvlngdttv. A sphere 200 feet hi diaaneter T: 10Po
right ton, U the 230- era In hair-raising collisionsand '. ,seeming to revolve on.Jets oft a
foot parachute Jump flying somersaults. water, like the little silver ball soulPtak,
which will ball out The largest opal In the world. In the shooting-gallery.
bring An oil *ell In operation with A fountain that sings.
:::rrnI *" Ar real drillers In the "cast" Paintings that hare to be destroyed need
the right la one feature The largest model railroad every night and dom '
8 of the Children's ever constructed. all over again next .m rn) la' J
Around -"A Trip" Puppets 14 feet tall drama- A "Fountain of the Atom,'*, 111.Wil
the- World. .. tiring the contents of the familiar with electrons ands proton
bathroom medicine cabU imdnr anuod I avbalatar. ahvs,
Ileneet Family. I this coat for )'Our" The absent-minded professor1' I net shan. of light ,.
Teacher helping Jane fasten(I Jane: "No ma'nv site bought l "I latest. deed is to strike him I! ,

..hat_coat rul"pother kooky I l-Cs. and kiss a natch.-Ex. wife 1 .. 'V"I"" wit,

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Friday. February 8,1939 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE rag! Eleven_ r

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RAW: First Insertion 10, a line; subsequent Insertions ;

BAPTIST CHURCH There will be reports from aU I Matinee Saturday and Sunday I

I this church departments. At i tOo te 4 p. m.Shews "

L otea4-Dr. J. E Johnstons, evening worship hour there T and I p m.; Adm. !5e j FOR RENT I FOR SALEFOR
Sunday school at 94S a. I
pastor. '
will be>a special guest speaker.
Preaching at 11 a. m. IDeS 7-30 Irving Lyon will dlreoi Sun, bloc, Tiles, Feb. 5, (, T I' FURNISHED and unfurnished I SALE--1934 Tudor Chevrolet i

p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at 6.JO p. m.prayer vested choir In special pro- houses at reasonable rent. In good eonditton A bar- }.y'

services Wednesday of 7.30 grain of made at morning I oo aG I I Henry Behrens and Benj. "W. ...... See James McCready, '
f. m.ce. hour- The young people will ,,, Nwow' Morris N. Krome Ave., next to II Krome ave. at 15th, Homestead.

| lds-The hv. Noah Peter have charts at music at evening E j p I Baptist Church. (d8U) (pflO ?aa

ion.. m., pastor; preaching Sunday at 11 school a. m.at and 10 The hour.p-jblio U Cordially In- {FOR RENT Attractive 4 roomi I TWO-STORY (two-family) house, i

I "ICed.I i apt., modern, lawn. Mrs. Peter 12 rooms, fair condition but
4.SO p. In.; D. Y. P. U. at e:30 p. m. 1
Prayer service at 7:30 p. m. Wed- I Johnson. 307 N. W. 12th Stolltf I should have some repairs--only

nesday. Silver Palm Methodist Church "' ( ) $1.230; 6-room house with 3 !bedrooms -

I -the Rev. J. E. Waller, pastor 'osse $1,300 cash; 4-room house

CATHOLIC Sunday achool every Sunday at 10 i :M.,, j LEGAL NOTICE I and lot, S700. H. A Cameron

Church o( the Sacred: Heart a. m ; poaching services on first '

'$. E. Second avenue, Homestead; I third and fifth Sundays at.. U a. I NOTI'I or APPLICATION !roRI FOR SALE-House trailer built 'tI
Wednesday and
: ThursdayFeb. on GMC truck. Ideal for fishIng -
I the Key. James Cloonan, pastor. m. and 7-30 p. m. I TAX FKU. Fll. Ma. deals I r
S, e j Notice to ..._r gives that Tlw Munolu! hunting or to live In; furnished ,
I Sunday BUM at 9 a. m.: week day ''Company holder M ae.line of St.w and I
I I mass at 7:49 dall). Sunday school II t Princeton .The Rev. J. E. Wal PRESTOS FOSTER In I Countr T.. Certificate. Numbered lint, ; A-l condition Price t
dead UM Ith day of A....... A. D. 11*. $300 cash. Inquire Municipal
I' Sunday following P o'clock mass. ler, pastor; preaching at 9 a. m.; b.. filed Mid Ortirtcau la Kf mltttm, and. t
t Communion for women the first Sunday school at 10. | "The Last Warning"Friday 1 h.. mad application for tau dd to raw Trailer Park. (PJ2T ai
,tkemoa In aoeonunra with taw Bald CMSelfleaH
'.Sunday of month; for men and intbrac. the following dcMrlbdpmportr

\ boys, the secqnd Sunday of month. I PEN1'lCOlTALGouldaSunday I Saturday Fe'ok. 10 II .1...... 1* Dao. County, Florldm.i FOR SALE-Four 700x17 six ply

(" Holy hour Thursday before first school at 945,1; toowll.I sLot automobile tires. Good rubber.O. .
a. Blxrk 1. Pilot ft Towmll of
'I'rtdayof month at 7:45 p. M. Mass preaching at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p. m. 'I TilE JONES FAMILYIn I,Sardine.. a Bukdn. Put door e4. pun 4,I B. Parker, Alpine Grove

o f first Friday at 7.30: a. m. Benediction I In IM,County of D.... uteri of ........*. Dairy. "':", x'A. (JO-13-20))
i PRESBYTERIAN Tk MMMmmt of mid' prnninv under
j I
| ,of the Blessed Sacrament I j ;'*. t rtlfl.t. booed wu In thi ninw at I

o 1 after mass.CHRISTUM. Ilomestead ILrome avenue at :.: "Down on the Farm"LEGAL 'jokn k. n
. l.' SCIENCE CHURCH N. 16th street; the Rev. E. L. NelI ,.,.,...,.,.....,....................................."..." i I A.will D...1011I .. .b.. ...... M tM nth 4v at II........ real bargain in residence prop
I son, minister. Bible school si erty. Henry Behrens and Benj.
t I sated this lit nip of February A. D.
, Florida CHiBroaoway ando 110 a, m.; preaching at 11 a. m !'i ,Ult. j W. Morris N. Krome Ave., nextto Y

Sixth street. Sunday school at| Young peoples' meeting at 7.301Pm. ( NOTICE V.Clark.. D. T.EATHrRMAN.at Circuit Court, Baptist Church. (dOtf)

':49 aviator; pupil under 20 years I|1' I Did Count, FlorId. ,

r of ace; ,morning service: at 11 II IN TUB CtHCI'IT COURT Or THE sirsJUDICIAL I (Circuit. Court sell ROSE BUSHES-Two field
o I By N C. ITERRETT. D: C. year
o'clock. Wednesday /enlnllOlr- Encore I DAUB AND FOR Frt. I, 10. IT. 14 1 Mwefc S. everbloomlng varieties
: grown,
vices which include testimonials I I IOVt.TN .
A concert was being held at the 1117 Early planting best. Free cata
of healing and experience and remarks FRED N L1UBY, Pl.lntltf .. JOHN
o village schoolroom, and It came SCO IT, IVf.nd.nt. i iNOTU LEGAL NOTICENOTICR logue. Lowest prices. Tytex
on Christian Science, I i or IIRER" "'. BALE I,
e The public If Invited p. I to Sandy's turn to give his bagpipe j Native, b hereof that I U C' Colo, Rose Nurseries Tyler, Texas.
m. cordially .ic-u
solp. When the applause had died mm .hcrlff of l> : Fiorld.! under
to attend. I i ]and k. Tlnue at the alias *,scab is .......11:I Of RAI R OF TAX I
e [ down a voles from the back .out or ItUI.Circuit Court al the EleJudnmcht' 1 ('FRTIFICATE4Application HONE $1.00 gallon. Bring

I i shouted, "Give us 'Annie Laurie' Judl..l Flo.ld.. in and for Dade County. Native h ""...b, given No. that sofa Ernest P container H. M. Lyon Long s
July 4. IGI8
o. certain
upon a 1 I
CHURCH OF CHRIST Sandyll'"What! recovered In that eer..ln eager Roberto attorney for UM owner h.. filed view road.
whk ... .
me wrltua ttut the
e Homestead-First avenue andy ?" asked Sandy, surprised1 i' !pending WM 'plaintiff la said and mart John whereFred Rant was defend.Libby together wilt requeet all subsequent omitted oor.tlflcate. I

N. W. Fifth St. Bible study at 10 and flattered, .ant, which Judnaient was In the linn ofllSetHOO : or levied Ian Including the yr !>'t Meld
by the Rnt. be advertised and Bold the FOR SALE Tropical plants, citrus
8111In'-Tld-nitol'l prlnrtp.1 5596.64 Interest Red
a. m.; communion, fellowship and I i hlih.it bidder ..
: provided by,
IT 01 carrying later ,
met. ** until paid, and ... trees and troplcai fruit in
Chants I. of
led lu.1 Aota of th 100.i .
11 preaching at 11 a. m.CnOKCH which Judiment WM th.eo.rter tceneferr- -
Early Filial( Fidelity II
led and a.-l ncd t* th.lee. Inv.tmentCompany i .l.ture apoa the following'described sent season. Jungle Grove, Redlan4
. OF GODHoleld I One of the clerks at the emjploymcnt -'I a Florid aerporatwa,.ll*I Florida tt* ,!In lo-wltl the County of Dad. But* of road an'd Plummer drive. vI
levied and will offer for sale
i agency was a bit of a to tile upoa bl.-hit and beet bidder for uk at I I Let '. ': I, Rosemead (some M Win! Jj
08 .N. W. First wit, and he was preparing to gain I!: the eouth front door of tile suit Lop of I. at.W eor ; Tr.ot I. run N 111 S' B 44.58
ft I III I fl.. W 4..4S ft. to kealn RUM.! MISCELLANEOUSTake
avenue; Rev J. T. Coplin, pastor. t I a laugh at the expense of the nextin ,: bud County Stk. 1>I*Florida. between, oa the Monday hour February of, wood,. Tho .... to be gold are .Idomeed
Sunday school at 145a.: m line. I eleven o clock A. M and two o'clock P.' byeartlflent. 1'1. 0919 of lilte and ...... '
; M, .11 of the right, title and hlb>ret nl\t\ .it* .... for the years IMS to leSt both your LIFE R.-.Y TREAT-
preaching at 11 ... m. and 749: :i "Where were you .b m?" he I I UM Mid John Butt and all the Inureet:! =". .*, amounting to ST.US. I
asked the right title and of all Lot I to IS, Blk 1. Basswood (Barn .. MENTS for health at SHANK-
p. m.; Junior Y. P. at 7; Children's J! man, a Scotchman. out other par
beiln at SB: tract I'I ..
KM In Mid property which to tubjct U' *or III IS fI \ LIN GROVE. TOURIST ROOMS,
meeting 7 in parsonage. Prayer| "Glasgow) Whatever for" coal -'', the Ira 01 his f.demantt W 113 SI ft.. a 111 S fII SIS.IS ft to I YI
meeting J p. m. Wednesday. l tlnued the funny one. I I I Lot four "I) in black one ((11 plat FOB _....... The ta..> t* k* ..... are cottages, camp. 4-ROOM furnished
evidenced hy owtlflMt N... lit of I9J
of the TowMll at Hirdlnir, recorded cottage. FANCY GIFT
"I wanted to be near mother,": In Plat Book 1k..page 4 .Publ.to. and reprewnU tM for UM you 12 to
CmTECH I 998.. both Inclusive .......U.. BOXES. All kinds of fruit.
OF THE NAZARENE' said the other with : X Dad Countr.: Florid. to HIM f
devastating I Imeekness.
I laid property will be old to satisfy Lott IS and I*. Rik 1. Hoewond I.... .. WEST FLORIDA CITY (dSOtf)
j .-Ex. I I Mid i......' and ..'..than afrMU harks' M,04' W of NS ear of Tract I. run
1111814Tho He*. W. 3. 1 I Piled this JaBoary 4, mid W 9204 ft. a 111... ft.. II M M ft. N

Parker, pastor. Sunday school at D C COLEMAN |1 to 111...II old ft. to begin, _woodl. Th* .*.., HOME laundry Mrs. Jernigan
h.rlff Dodo County Florida. ar* evidenced by CrUflraM N*
1:45: a. m.; preaching at 11 a. 1061 i By A. 0. HARKNCSS, D. S.'111.1 of lots and r.prwah taxes for tJIo 620 S. Krome Ave.
and 7:30 p. m.; N. Y. P. S. and I, KEDFEARN: : A rCRRFLU !fins": 1928 to 1969. both lacluoJ. ...ou...I
to $7.11.
Assertion for Chelee. loeeeUnent Company I
Juniors meeting at (.30 .p. m.j' I DM to nil Juuuy S, 14. Id 17, Feb.!! Lot Ik BIk I. Reo.wood 'i.s," WANTEDWANTED
Prayer I S, lee, i 194 08 W of N R nor Tenet W
meeting Wednesday ,venIngTSO ..... ft. a l III,II ft, C: 41 SI ft. to boo s
: p. rn.I'ftDeeCollthe. I I RoMwood)' Tk. lam t* W Bold are *rl- I : Redland District real
q I denced by Certificate' No. Sell of IMS and
Man I represents .._ for the years 111 to "'. I estate listing P. O. Box 417
Rev. E. P. Cowen
/nab"I..assetlng/ to IT v*,
3321. Eleanor: Froach-
pastor. Sunday school at 9:49. I Lou I* to it and 14 Blk 1. Rowwood Telephone
\ Barber ShopsTo (Sam M begin 1411 ;., W of NK: Nor er. (d30U) +;
preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7:301p. .
Tract 1 ran W 14 OS ft, alii,S ft. K
m. Junior meeting at 6:30; youngpeople's I 1114.0> 'it. N III I ft to ".1. and knlBt '
Stay Open NW cor run a HIS ft. I TUTORING WANTED high i
meeting at 630.: Prayer 41II ft, N 111 r:1v 48 IS ft to b..ln). school and school subjects.
meeting Wednesday at 7.30 llMAtane. to k :, Mddenoed O.Ttlfloata grade 1.
p m. I UNTIL 8 P. M: No lotl of IvS and reprooiaut 1 Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, A. B. .
I *.*> for UM run M. to 11. ...... ,..
EPISCOPAL lu.lv*, ._antl., to IT.M, Plummer drive and Country
Beginning: Monday, I Lou SI and II Illk 1, _........ The Club
BL John's--S. E. Second avenue I( tu t* be old ere ..kto.... ky Certificate road.'I
Concrete Blocks Jan. 2 1939 ,I No. nil af IWI and _....... lain for
and Fourth street, Homestead. I the _'. 111 to IMS, bath .....1..1... WANTED Listings of houses
Ceo. tf Wakefield .I ISunday 1anountlns to Sll.M,
Like thePyramids BOWEN'S BARBER SHOP Lou 11. 7. Blh S. RoMwood IS...* at and apartment for rent Henry J
school at 9.30: a. m.; morn- BUSH'S BARBER SHOPSMITH'S .barn, it SW oor of Tenet I, run E: SI*,II Behrens & Ben). W. Morris., N. S
Ing prayer at 11.METHODIST. ft.. N 111 S ft.. W II*.IS f\. a ISI.I ft I*
BARBER SHOP barks RiiMWoodl. The team to k* nld are Krome Ave., next to Baptist
evidenced ky Certlflnte No. .91. of !"' Church. (alS-U) I
EPISCOPAL and repneenU team for the yn .11 UlIM
*. both 'Inrluelv., amnesties to Sll.M !
Florida LIFETIME construction calls LM 8 Ui 14. Blk .. Rcaewood .I/a..s i I fall r
City Community Church Tract S 1 lee keiln BW
it eve of Tract
-the Rev. C. G. Nelson, pastor ]I for Concrete Blocks. They S. ran B II*.II ft. N 111 S.It. W SI*.II Buy a Home w
Church give you the satisfaction of fl to b sis Roeewood Th ;.>,* to be i!
school at 10 a. m.; preachIng Kid ere evidenced" by Crtircl No. 5923
at 7:30 p. m. Midweek prayers lasting qualities combined I *f 11 and repreeenu Une for UM year I Duy Grove Land

and Bible study Wednesday at with beauty. There are many Used Cars I I1 110 gas 70.S.ld t.* in, both Inclusive, .....U.. to Buy Glade LandIt Ji

7:JO. uses for Concrete Blocks in tat >ertlfl...... _hop with allubeequont
your building plans. Ask for sae Coed Cwpel 1Mb omitted ar .Mvled tM* will k* b my firm belief that high
$350 wild t* the klikoet bidder at the Oourt
Redlaod Community Ch Breathe detail and nn. gaol. I Ho *. la Miami, .* the Illk day of Feb. ef prices are Imminent.

Rev. C Q. Nelson, pastor./ ION Cord r..... "..,1.| .....1 .wry clock Ill.,.,....I..f.r at the hour af lea boat quibble about price.Dent )
a. or M eoon thereafter a* UMMm.
Church school at 10; wreathing at I radial leak. "" $395 may b. reached la due *oun*. wait

IL Epworth League at 6:3il. MidWeek Naranja Rock Co. new I, Dated at Miami FlorMa, this the llth Boy new.You'll .
du at January leiS.
prayer, and Bible study use Ford Tweef _.i ., E.: II LRATHERIIAM. thank .
Thursday at 7 JO.METHODIST. new .."" Mat $350 Cl.rk .Clrtulli Court, me for thto suggestion
Phone 1S3 sa ver. Dad* tansy, Fun-M*. a few rfonths hears !
.a' (Woo 4s'Court lal
EPISCOPAL Naraaja loss ::= Seda.l 5175 Y By rCNNO.!: D. C II. A. Cameron ,
PMklMA .
SOUTH FIorI"I .,. 1.1'1 -r
seas Pwttla tw* aWr fed.nln
--.a4-the Rev. J. J. Richards .' *Mai MCC

pastor. Sunday school at 9:45a tt m.'hml, ,_ itJDO1H7

m.; preaching at II a. m. and .
Dr.A.T.KnowIesVETERINARIAN rirBKlk S-dM tonrln, ideal
7: 30 p. m. Junior League at I:30 stood soles Voglelasa1. EDWARD

p. m.; Ill League at 8:30 p. m.; :.,Bose_ "". $545 STILING

Senior League at 6-JO: p. m.

Prayer meeting at 7.30: p. m. Wed-1 IMI ..... 4MMollenl .. ,..etas .W600
j nekarsala .......er ,
nesday. Office and Hospital at. 5345PRESTON Real, Estate General Insurance

Feb t -Dr. R. Z. Tyler
peed N. W. Arenas B.
.1' IBM I7th BIRD
Mine elder .Miami District, I NOTARY PUBLIC

win preach at moraine wor- Miami Florida MOTOR CO.

. aIaI..how, Third session ef Opposite Tad ACKNCTrRONI '

arterly conference will eon- I II BOHElTIA, LA. Cora Palm Ave. and Ave. B Florida City Fla.
Phone 37315 I
vents hi church at t.SI p. no.with .

Dr. Tyler presiding. I I ___._____ _______._m.__ ____ ._ _

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' t la- Pan Twelve THE LEADER ENTERPRISEFriday- ,. February a 1939

" I I Tampa and the expoaltloa. This
event, an all-day riot of revelry, w e
HOMESTEAD 4-H CLUBBy and color, will include a
; : r .- In which more than fifty p.radel,I Bulk Excel

; : MOBEINE HOUSTON and and thlrtyTSnd* will take partOFFICERS I I BrownSUGAR D

After the meeting WH called to Officer elected by the Homestead -I
order by the president we began Townsend Club at its annual Crackers
'I learning a song written by Mary meeting" Sunday in Neva ha: .
Radford for fall rally. The name King Cooper School auditorium I
of It li, "Keep Up." We Had several are a* follows: j .J Ibs. 1 1 1 lb. Box
two-part songs by the girls President, S. F. Matthew I
of the fifth (rade. Vlce-preddent, Guy C. Whit 25cDate a lOc
We are to have a booth In the
} fair aaJ the girl are working veryhard ney.Secretary, John D. Wyiong.
) on their j exhibit to they will Treasurer, T. A. Feaster

4 be ready. _._. The club meet In the school
Minister--to Be Served auditorium at 3:30.: every: Sunday afternoon and Nut Bread Dr2 cans:ry Z5c

Turkey Dinner Tuesday

, A turkey dinner will be served, GLASSES liM. -.1.- 5 lbs. Z5c Any Brand
t f to member of the Redland DUtrlct MILK 20c
, Ministerial Association who 3 tall cans
attend the meeting to be held at -To Keep ,
Shanklla Crave In Florida City Wide-
next Tueidajr, Dr. Lloyd C. f Awake BEST' 101bs.45c Tomatoes 3Jg. canS9c
Shanklln and hla wife Dr. Irene -
Austin Shanklln.will be hosts,and xxx
guests are asked to bring only
-- 201bs.79c
their own plate, cups and illver .: FRANKLIN'S
ware w. t...- COFFEE VACUUM PACKED, LB. 25c
The meeting will begin promptly -
n4 t
DremlMM tatifiw eye
at 130: a. m. and the turkey will f nta ass be k*Ri.k.J. GUiMilu
be served at noon. ,e, Mpd HivwMndi keep .t.Hl Factory Packed
Report from tending committees 6 Oil SflkfOOD COVERS
I Stebbins Dixie Crystals
Dr. L. \V.
will be heard and preparation HAOCY
will be started for a big union Easter 1125 W. Flatter St., Miami SUGAR51b.bag..26c -" r PROS THE TOP OF ASPRVCAN
service that will Include aunited Phone SIS15ffr THC
choir toeing a cantata. OF
Pirates to Take Tampa PAY s SPRY 34b. can 57c

And Big Fair on Monday : : P 4""tI asal

TAMPA, Feb. 2. (J'NS-Tht

Soto great Exposition Pan-American, which Hernando opened De-its tfroiiD Uw.cut xooucri nrinddi RICE, 5 Ibs. .. .. .. .... .... 19c LIFEBUOY,

\ gate here January to celebrate (
the tour hundredth anniversary of 11I3 cakes 19c
Hernando DeSoto'i landing at IODPRRYConstipated MEALORGRITS,51bs 15c
,ha .. .. .
Tampa Bay already more than
lived up to advance notice of it*
"For years I had comtlpntwat awflll
\ wonder4 wool tins bMdacbtl..and. hackright Mum 4 lb. TOILET
p. N.
High apot of the second week 45c LUX
will be Oaipartlla Day, Monday, :::r.. =" pie....oythin+ r .weal M SOAP
when the plnte schooner, Jose pkg.
'S{ Oupar, and its crew of modern ADLERIKAAt Z5c
\ buccaneers: sails In to capture all leading dnigguu. 9 Pkg.



i PEAS, 3 No. 2 cans ..... ... ..25c =25.:1

ASK Ul rot 01 TAILS/

Avocado and Citrus PEANUT BUTTER, 2 lb. jar.. 25c LUX tsp 2k


Igo pkg'I8c I SMALL PKG, 3 for ___..25c
are stockingURAMON
eo now -iit L LARGE PKG, .......".."................23cOSCEOI

NO. 2'/ 2 CANS Z5c
A new form of nitrogen that .

) does not leach from the soil
rft%c .Meat
as fast Inorganic *
as tome
J ,
/ ? / / / /
forms of nitrogen. Ask about I G ESS 17C COUNTRY BOIL i.TG-3

the price of this new form of t
o\oa' PEl
plant food. 0 oiiPORK CHOPS, end cuts Ib....23c

k Skonlder 1.7

Florida East Coast Fertilizer
Breakfast Bacon 31c
Pt. jar ... .. 27c 8UCED-LB.

OYSTERS ?Standards!*, qL.....- 59c
Extra Selecto. qt... 79c
z ......... ..................................... .. .AAAAA 5 Ibs. ..... .... 15c

e CLOROXSMOKED BACON, lb. ... .. ._ 23c

flU lAPIS 22C
Miser; BAlT-Uk
Portable EUclrle and AMtytuw Weldlw as OUader sleeks. "' -
CJu...leads, AI.....CaeaA ..am B.IMnh ,

... aelinXaedtae BrtwIrtnff-CMeiini .
U ranges( malabeariaf
penrtM ..* slued ....... eoaaeetlog red peer Pard Food 3 36c
aid keriDt aid eiDader basing cans


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