The leader-enterprise

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The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title:
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title:
Leader enterprise
Place of Publication:
Homestead Fla
South Dade Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
February 10, 1939
Publication Date:


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


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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
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33835104 ( OCLC )
AKP5867 ( NOTIS )
sn 95047482 ( LCCN )

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Homestead leader
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Homestead enterprise
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VOLUME XXVII-NO. 6 HOMESTEAD, .I- 1-LOKIUA FRIDAY. .- EBIW Ala 10. 14b11; P.1UC; l-'n h Ci'.1'4 j

SITE ON 8TH STe I I Mrs.Dies Frank in Stamford Rue's Father, Conn.Mrs. .ROTES FROM Famed CommentatorWill Speak- in MiamiH. .,ZONING{ ACTION t tI

Frank B. Rue's father, V. Kaltenborn the Wonde'I

1STOFF1C.FOR Frank P. Prindle of Stamford I ALLOVERU.S.HERETODAY I Commentator," will lecture Fri AGAIN PUT OFF

!I Conn, died In a Stamford hospital I day, Feb. 17, at 8:30 p. m. In Edison:
I Ir
Sunday and was buried Tuesday, High School auditorium on We
according to telegrams received by Look at the World."

'r I Mrs. Rue. Death was caused by Editor, author, lecturer, reporter I BY CITY DADSTwo )

FESTIVAL cerebral hemorrhage. I I and commentator, Mr. Kaltenborn
He ir survived by his wife, who captures both his radio and lecture .
has, visited In Homestead; a son, audiences by his "down to :
Ten Acre Tract One'BlockFrom 220 in Motorcade Weeks More Allowed
Paul Prindle of New York) ; and'' Touring, earth" knowledge of world affairs

Highway Announced # four 'daughters-Mrs. Rue Miss I Fields and Grovesof He has traversed practically every For Investigation by 1

as Choice Mildred Prindle of New York, Mia DistrictTO 1 part of the globe and he tax interviewed Those Affected ,
Ruth Prindla of Stamford and I and has been befriended

Mrs Ronald Tyler of Darien, Conn. I by many of the world's ojtatand- ;
personalities. He speaks ex

$11337 SPENT ONC1TYPLAYPARKS I His appearance Is being sponsored \

Strawberry Display Wil ; Everything on :Menu by the classroom teachers of Use of Airport as Festival f

Add Color to FruitDepartment ; Raised in Red ands; to the county. Site Refused After

: Pick Own Fruit 'I I State Frowns

Selection of r ten-acrt tract of Two hundred twenty Rotarians Practically two months grace for i

land on the north side of Eighth and their bullet, from all ports of i' payment of 1937 delinquent taxes
street :a block west o( the Federal the United States and Canada will A. IV. IIUTCHINSON was granted by the council Monday
highway, at the site for the tenth E on the municipal recreation leave Burdlne Stadium in Miamiat night when It agreed to dart

annual Rcdland District Fruit Festival park Is being slowed down I 9>> o'clock this morning on a motorcade legal advertising of the delinquentlist
wm announced yesterday by considerably by recent transfers of ''I through the winter vegetable DAYTONA on March 1. The advertisements

George W. Turner, Jr., festival men to other local WPA projects and fruit growing sections cf will appear In a ncw-paptr
chairman. This kite was chosen However, local dlamondball fans,South Dade in general and the I for 30 days. After then, propertystill j
baseball field Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson
assured the
after state aviation officials refused can Rerllflnd District in particular. In arrears will be sold for
use ft the south part of the section of the project plans will be I At one o'clock they will stop at:I of from Homestead Da'-lcna Beach returned Sunday non-payment of taxes.. .;.
time they
to In ample ;
ready play I
municipal n'rport.Facilities Legion hall in Homestead for II Council action on the revisedcity
next were called when the murdered
such water the opening of the season luncheon I ordinance, slated for
as lights arranged by the Homestead zoning
body of Mr. Hutchlnson's
and rest rooms will be provided at May, Supervisor Fred Fuchs said Rotary Club every Item of i!jA. H. Hutchinson, was brother'l i passage at the regular meeting
the grounds throughout the dura- yesterday. which was raised In the Redland river Monday night will not be taken
that He
submittedto near city.
tion of the festival, from Feb. 27 According to'a report I District frtm chicken and potatoes -I old. for another two weeks, when InJ
by i years
to March 4, Mr. Turner said. "With the council Monday night to a\orndos. terested citizens are Invited to attend
the plans now underway we believe Leo E. Bishop, engineering supervisor The route to Homestead will be I.of body w. found Thursday the next session of the board rand
read Councilman I last week, five days after the '
that the tenth annual festival and by through Coconut Grove to the Cutter -I voice their objections, If any,
Thomas E. Kirby, chairman of the I Daytona man had gone on a fishing
will surpass any previous exhlbl- Highway through ChapmanField to the proposed regulations
trip with a companion. The
marl gradingof com.
U of agricultural product held In city WPA botanical gardens: then along ion reporting Copies of the ordinance ts
relumed .
U (5 pa that Mri
South Florida," be Mid. I the entire playing area j the last Dixie to South AllapattatOaiiton | Huhhinton had drafted by City Attorney Ire C
A tropical garden setting u now per cent complete..,.and for' the i millfthreugh'tiwrthou* lnk'tII."week-end disappeared dur- Haycock 'after I 'number ot ++
being outing. When
being prepared by members of the, final top dl'tlllnlJa now ands of acres of potatoes, beans,,I I changes were made by the council,
the body was found and examination
of eight truckloads j an -
at the rate
hauled in
South Dade Garden Club to tonvatoes end other winter productnow are on hand at the office of City
a 30-foot space at the vr1 dally, and pipe-laying for In full harvest II) showed gashes and cuts that Clerk Ralph E. Edwards. A largemap
which will irrigatethe have caused death, and an;
cording to Mrs. W K. Haas, committee the water line They will see a demonstrationof of the city, showing the six
autopsy revealed that the body
Is growing
chairman. To complete field while grass crop dusting by airplane at the I, I business and residential damnifications -
Crass planting in had open dead at least six hours
arrangements for this display,committee starts today. Cox potato field In South Allapat : has been placed on the
sections of the Infield Is bung put In the river, the
members will meet at 3 completed tah Gardens, and in the afternoon I west wall of the council chamber
Monday, 'he erstwhile fishing pal, named Wells,
o'clock today in Hospitality House scheduled to start (Continued.on Page Four) held without bond and Is open for inspection at any
Homestead.. 450-foot native rock wall which WM on a mur-
separates the ball park from tho der charge. The body was found time.Mayor
Outstanding among displays now playground section was finished P. B. Bird Co. to Double within 150 feet from the spot where Tom Harris, who Initiated
being prepared will be the woman'sexhibit
the the toning
toning plan;
the two men had spent the night
by the 700 4-H club girls Tuesday I Present Building Size committee composed ot Council*
I Open criticism Monday of the before Hutchinson was reported

(Continued on Page Five) project as a "steady drain on .the Construction of a 99 by 70 foot I mluin,. The men left on their (Continued on Page Five)
modified when trip Saturday, Jan. 28.
city treasury" was
addition to the Preston B. Bird
Chevrolet to Show Free I Councilman Kirby read the prog Motor Co. building was started A. II. Hutchinson was employed Wednesday Final Date
Sound Movies ness'report which showed that the (Continued on Page Five) I v
on Monday Monday to provide an additional For 1938 License TarsI
actual expense to the city thus far showroom and additional storagefor

A program of thrills and laughs, was exactly $147.63.Expenditures new models which increasing JMcDaniel Reopens Olds I Next Wednesday, Feb. 19, is 1

entertainment and enlightenment on the project to business of the local Buick end Agency as Sole OwnerThe positively fie final date for purchase '
will be given free Monday eveningat date totaled 1133699. Of this Pontiac agency makes necessary of 1939 automobile license {

8 o'clock by Chevrolet's traveling sum the Works Progress Administration The new rrewroom will be 35 by new 1939 Oldsmobiles are tags, Wm. J. Geronimo, managerof
theatre at the Bird Chevrolet has contributed a payrollof 50 feet, with how windows
on are new twins displayed by n.C- the Legion tag agency here, Jr-
used car lot adjoining that com- $9,214.81 and the city as sponsor two side aggregating feet.. The Icr Motor Co. In the Redland Motors rn'riftd motet Iris yesterday The .

pany's building on Krome avenue is credited with 183583. storage room will be of similar dimensions building at Krome and Flag- state law does not permit the 10V-
The program Is planned to please Donation of county trucks and an .. The floor space of the Icr avenuts. ernur. to make any extension: beyond v
every member of the family. All allowance for marl dug and disContinued showroom will be unobstructed by The company, local Oldsmobile Feb. 15-:-and there have already l

are Invited to come. ( On Page Four) posts dealer for several years, has beenIn beet two extensionsMr.. '

The addition, of concrete block pircets of reorganization, and Coronlmo Mid J

Homestead P. T. A. to Equip Outdoor construction, will be completed In H. P. McDaniel, formerly manager, "Motor vehicles appearing on '
I six weeks, Mr. Bird said. R. G I. now sole owner, It was announced streets and highways of Florida. {
Court for'Basketball Practice Moon is the contractor. this week. on *r.e 16th or after must have "

The location In Redland Motors, license tags for 1939 affixed thereto <
-- 1s MrMcDanici their owners will be subject 3
Lions to Hear Address building only temporary, or
Material and equipment neededto as hosts to the )high school on one auld.Trucker. to arrest" be warned. r
On Oxford Movement
make the high school tennis Friday night In the Future Farmer I

court usable also Ss an outdoor clubhouse, and to allow each Attempts Suicide Four Days
basketball court will be purchased room desiring It the sum of 50 The Oxford Movement will be

ct once, the Homestead P. T. A. cents for sugar for punch. Each discussed! at the meeting of the After Second Marriage to Same GirlJoe il
executive committee decided at a room win plan Its own party with Redland District Lions Club Tuesday -
meeting held Tuesday. This court the assistance of Mrs. Adrian night In the den at Silver Palm _
win be used by both elementary Jacobs, recreation chairman, and by Dr. Sidney Casnell, member of A. Hadsock, owner and hat hud been taken to Orlando
school and high school pupils Ted Underwood, recreation director the Coral Gables Lions Club. er of a truck that freights produce I, by a man said to own a part Interest t

See-saws will be added at once of the Clubhouse.A i The meeting will be open to the to northeastern markets from this' 1l1t. but Hadsock Is thoughtto
and swings' and traveling rings similar plan was decided 'on public, but those planning to attend cAction .Is recovering at the local have believed' It stolen. Whetherhe

]later It was decided.A for the elementary ore expected to notify W. I. hospital from a self administereddose I had other contributing troubles
contract for .60 educational Mrs. Edna Bird and Mrs.\.an1 Fisk so that luncheon arrangements of potash which he took late U not known.

l'irs will be signed, the committee Proctor were placed with Miss may be made in advance.E. Wednesday ar..noon.the. apartment Before her marriage, Mrs H.d-

voted, as soon at retains come in Edna Rayon the elementary school E. McCarty: Jr, principal of I he and Ms wlfe-for-the-sec- : sock was Mist Mildred Smith of
from the festival premium book committee A chairman has not the Merrlck Demonstration School ollcl-1 ne occupied on the east side Jacksonville.
yet been selected. .t Coral Oabaoe' a unit of the Dade I ot Homesteadeansime .
which the committee recently publisher .
f !, and a fund for film postage Three dollars was vofitd for County annual system, spoke on, : the 20-year-old girl TUB WEATHERlh
win be set aside. reading test charts to be used by Live and Learn" at this week'sattesting who s>rt married! Haclsock when .- .area .f / ssM.wM4
Mrs. Thee J. Bleier in the high of .* dub which was a die was M, divorced him when she I. = .., M..r t 4. Irrw.i .
A standing vote of thanks was
schools father, ea sad daughter" aiiAtSeledlojas U aad remarried him lack Set-
given to- Cha. T. Fuchs Jr., for wes 6.ce I ....., ..... J amt t Isis ,
Festival booth directors, Mrs by a Bedland
High "Urd, planned to go back to her
donating curtain material to Russell Anderson Mrs, A. T Arthur Scjiecl Q3rtetJIOMd of Norms parents as Jacksonville as soon, astsdytxk Feb, 3 .. _'_
darken the windous of the moving1 Mrs. Preston B. Bird' Mrs. and Bn Ransom, Willard Norman I* discharged from Jhehoapltet. 4 ....
picture>> Classroom in the high R. H.1>o1le. Mrs. T. J. Faust Mrs. and Rajmtond Spring acornet At least that is what she Feb. 1 114"1"

school I'I Jacobs and Mrs. C J. Parraan, solo ba like Jeanette Cbx told pel.... Feb. 6 10'1'Feb.

The acmmiftee decided to let'I ha.'g beep ajipeinted to serve.with,: ants a, vccsl?dael y ,Mua Petty Hadsuek'f truck disappeared on Feb. 7
eaeh high ashool epos to turn Mrs. E. ,J Dyal, chairn>bn, and Louise Harris compriMd the musical the morning of the day he look Feb 8 It I"
ptpAa and room mothers--serve !I Mas. But ArckMsv president. program I the potash. Later it turned out' Fob.9 111


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Pace Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. February 10 1939

ROBTe GRIESBACH r by a daughteY wKo died severs 1 i Ministers Make Plans-* Cay:: 't aclTglrl 1 I it to make a val COMMITTEE; ANNOUNCEDThe

year ago, arrived Sunday for the For Religious Census entine to give to the person whoso I faculty committee appointed
I funeral. Both of Mr.
are guest
to arrange for the Homestead
name she drew.
H OF FLORIDA CITY and Mr*. Henry Brooker Jr., of school booth at the Fruit Festival
THe meeting closed with the
Homestead. Plan for taking a religious census consists of Mr. Ruth Scott, chair.
{ y of the district were made at pledge man, Mr Aletha Callaher and
J TAKEN BY DEATH Long Illness of Local the meeting of the Redland District I Miss Lois Behren of the high ,
I Ministerial Association at the,
school and all the
Plumber Ends in Death rVTEEESTIVQ MAP MADE elementary
Shanklin grove Tuesday A turkey :
A Robert Gricibich, SI, I resident I I dinner was aerved. Miss! Lot Behren classes teem teacher

of Florida City (or 18 year, die: John McDanlel' 43, who died Present were: the Rev. C. O to be very Interesting this week.
last Friday after I short illnen afar long illness, was I The seventh I Order Are Order!
ied.I I Nelson, the Rev E. L. Nelson, the grade making a
:" Funeral service were conducted Palm I Cemetery at Nar Rev. J. J. Richard, the Rev. A. C. map of Europe and Asia which]l Nurse: "Who stuffed that towelIn
d Tuesday at Turner Funeral Home anja Tuesday morning following Riviere of Miami and Dr. L. C. ,show the product which are the patient's mouth"
. .\ by the Rev. C. O Nelson pastorof services conducted by the Rev C. Shanklin. raised In certain section a* well a'i i Patient'i Husband: "I did because
the Florida City Community 0. Nelson the physical feature For
I Burial In Palm Instance t you laid the main thing was
Church. was
Mr. McDanlfM came to Homestead ...-.-......."...."".-...--........--.-.. for a desert, land 1 la "
,i Cemetery at Naranja.Born eight ,vein ago and until his Ai quite a bit of rice I II raised in to keep her quiet. -Ex.

In Collingwood, Ontario, ; ll'rew' wa employed by W. H. ...,,Elementary,! .. _4-II..Club..,,_ China, rice has been put on the I
f Canada, on March 21, 1898 MrGrltsbach I Booth, local plumbing contractor. map In the most Important placet Tramp-Kin I cut your grass for
wa married In 1889 to Hi leave the widow, Mr. Rhoda I Mr Redd was not at our meeting The eighth grade history class I meal, ma'amT
r Miss Martha Baker of that city'i McDaniel, and three stepchildren this week, and we hope the I* Is 1 subscribing for the magazine the I I
Lady of the House
" < } He engaged In farming until his I I and a sister Mis Lillie Matthew' not IlL Miss Delaney showed us Young American. It contains current -Yes, my
" t retirement In 1911. He first came I of Texas. what we would get I prize for at event, a science section, short poor man. But you needn't bother
r.( to Florida City In 1915, and Inq i Funeral arrangement were In, the fair. stories and other article of in I cutting it; ;you may eat it right off
} 1921 brought nil wife and daughter the hnnJ of Turner Funeral home We drew name for Valentine j terest. I the ground.-Ex.
r: to make their permanent home l :.
" I there. He wa a member of the
1 Florida City Community Church,
I, } and at the time of hit death was a
), member of 1U board of truateei

.' Mr. and Mri. Crteibach, who i FREE to VISITORS-the name and
} I made many friend In this section I
because of their gentle, friendly

:.t' nature anniversary, celebrated last.alai month./,BOth wedding address of every fish in Florida

:, Mr, Crleabach li survived by his
'( wife; six sons, Franklin, Otto
} Stanley and Emlel of Colllngwood
; Walter C of Montreal, Robert J.I .:
of St. John, New Brunswick, and
Leonard of Fredericton, New
Brunswick; six grandsons and two

granddaughters.Frank .
Grleibach arrived Mon-
day to attend the funeral and to
be at the bedside of his mother
; who 1* 111. Vincent H. Celler of.
Martin' Ferry, Ohio a ton-lii-
law of Mr and Mri Grieibaih,
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T-Bonet, Steak' or Chicken

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Short Order, Sandwiches .
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wilt ACTICALIY. Just look it the new 1939 Gulf ay _
,': Wm. Foulard, Proprietor Florid Fun Map. Notice it show all the belt filing G

ground and kinds of 6b the best place to baths

and play golf and all the ro -1
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February 10. 1939 rtk LEADER ENTERPRISE Pare Three :

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r -- ---- Basketball Boys Go I I with his immortal "Way DownI A Fartaue An.alts

The Redland RattlerBy r On Annual Road I Upon the Suwannee River," la now Oh, what a nice Inventive man
I I being launched by the Florida I Would patent make and sell
I Stephen Foster Memorial association : -
Emily Engel and LaNelle Racer The Homestead basketball An onion with an onion taste
according to a recent announcement -
--. ..MNMM.N."w 00 accompanied: by Coach Ted I of Mrs. S. LeRoy But with a violet smell'!-Ex. ;
end Robert Hester..Science Smith of Miami, the association:I
to lunch between 11:30: and J1o.I.:: : I
MS. DEFEATS ST. "Cook, I don't like to mentionIt
,I jibs group alternate each week.181, left Wednesday morning piesident
Governor Fred P. Cone baa officially ,, but the food disappears rather
annual road It
Mr. Jean Jacques Ffeiter o visit Stetson trip. 'I proclaimed a Stephen Foster -I quickly in the kitchen! :.
PAT PLAYS LAKE I gave University
; I lecture to the high school assembly morning and to play Memorial Week from February, "Well, mum, I admits I eat
I 'earty. but no one could call me
I' 10 to 23 The Foster
Thursday morning at 10:30: and Thursday night Memorlalaa-I I "
WORTH TONIGHT at 11:43 to the elementary grade Early this morning the I (Delation 1* under I Ii gorgeous. -Ex.I .
He 1 I. a native of Switzerland but will leave for Gainesville !!i I of the Florida Federation of Music ,
I I I I 1'se got a new job, so I caln'Ido
a naturalized citizen of the Unload sight-seeing tour then go to Clubs. I ." )
le?!and I I II i I yo' washln' no mo" ""
< High play Lake State He has studied at many sonville this evening to play
I "What it It, MandyT""My ;
Worth High In the Redland gym art Institutions in Europe Canada .School and return home F. F F. OUT TO WIN PRIZES |
job i It dat I calnt work.
this evening at 9 o'clock. and the United State He ll'ur afternoon I ___ I I'se new relief.-Ex. :
trated his lecture with oil paint- Members of the team I on
The School Future
basketball came oS scheduled Homestead High
to begin at the close of the Ings. trip are: Charlie Little, Roy Farmer are getting ready for the I I
union meeting'! of the Homestead Martin Bishop, I
und State Adds Vegetable Michael, Rex Faust, James world'I Fruit Festival Several classes
Redland P. T. A.'i In the Red- '
land auditorium. Redland Junior Experiment Station van, Clinton Bishop, are making posters about hinges Tropical Cafe
high end B teams will play a pre. Nixon Harvey Rue and the and bolts and their uses. Others'!
ager, Bank Byrum. t loom north at city ball
liminary aame.I1edland'a Bradenton, Feb. Ceremonies are making cement flower pots,
teams defeated St ) HOMESTEAD: FLORIDA
boxe.-.nd mall boxes.
marking formal transfer of 106
75-Bell Carillon to
Intrlck'i teams In Miami Beach
Tuesday evening The A team acre of rich Manatee County land Memorial for Pete West is making a cabinet: Regular dinner ...... 50c
won 52 to 12 and the B team,by Manatee County to the state ex- for his tool, and James Sullivan
I' Plate lunch ....... 35c
15 to 12.Next |(perlment station for use a* a vegetable Stephen Foster, America's la making a work bench.
Tuesday Redland plays crop laboratory will be held loved composer and author The boy say they are out toi I
slime Rath Steffanl and Maw
Ponce in Redland. Since Redland
here Feb. 13. The county itird-' finest and most moving win first prize. .
i i"Ohoti" Florence Korea"Prove. I
won by's dOle score over Ponce|I song ever published his "
before this ought, to be ,a food 1:.Ing approximately' four.-fifths game, fang predict. The B. team the total purchase price. by"the 'state of Florida Sprits "Fbk" |I \

well, 730.. 1 I Fertilization, Irrigation, cultivation -I of the most beautiful 'A foreigner who insisted that),i Fly As meet,I .
I and other phase ot vegetable ever.erected to a composer. "fish" should be spelled "ghotl",'
The eleventh grade boy were,production In-We section; of, the I An intensive state-wide explained it in this fashion: "Oh"'
In charge of the assembly: program itate will be studied in experl1mental IrJ"lptlolCarnpalltD for !i pronounced'a..'in "
"rough the
Friday morning The devotional planting at laboratory'erect an amphitheater and .
were led by Raymond Spring Mr. and findings will be turned ver' bell carillon on the banks ))"o" a* in '"women' and theU..I
Caldwell lang two songs "On the'to producer 'for assistance and1 I Suwannee river, whose fame as in "nation"-so maybe h.'a'',)
Road to Mandalay" and "I'll Take guidance in their crop programs.I I II tel spread throughout the 'right.-Ex. : UniVER l DEan CemPRRV
You Home Again, Kathleen. The I I
speaker wa the Reverend J. E.I|
Johnston from the Homestead
Baptist Church. Miss Fisher led 1

the group In tinging. NIWfJl.pMDBII.E f
The winner of the spelling con- *
test which hat been conducted by 1
Mr. Stanley In study hall one
period each day for the past week;
are the following: first period,)
Cleo Chubb and Ethel Anderson;
second period, Shirley Davis and
Margaret Stillman; third. period,I I
Wanda Sickle and Mary Engel.j;i'
fourth period, Betty West and
George Kufeldt; fifth period,|
Thelma Ingram and Ben Benson; UJW.PRI&E
sixth period, Corrine Cash and
Nellie Cash. IN 1'1'1"t S

At a meeting last Thursday, the .
j student council drew up a plan by ....-,.....
which the classes were to go to
the cafeteria at noon. The classes
1 were divided Into five group going
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6\ Page Four THE LEADER ENTERPRISE: Friday February 10. 1939

I II Era cabbage, carrots, corn broccoli,
q THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE II TL $DA beets antI other vegetables on ap.

r.btLMd rr4w" u ....Wd. MS.I proximately 11,000 acres;
.'1'r iiw nut* bade rawlehi" "Two hundred and sixty thousand .

1 lard AECSER .. .._ Editor DEAr / l0IUARRANI' bushels grapefruit, 230.000
.AaJ0a13 LIACa AtCataw. bushels oranges, and 12,000 bushels
La I"let I sA pM atdyNiwsi
.1 tangerines on approximately S,.
noteved Y .... wall ...gar.M I fog JURY 500 acres; 80.000 bushels limes oa
.. 1111 .t the seat .,,... at 10FORMAW
;-a.Md. 'Iori .... the t.. ..In about 2,000 acres; 90000 bushels
web ,. 1879.i avocados on approximately 1,800
i acres; CO acres of flowers;

b D.4 ems.mrord_BATH...--- a.w "We have 700 miles of paved
N..dd..f D M Goats _. .-- .....,! roa .. Our poultry farms have
about 30,000 hens Our dairies

;t I. a llllllllllllllIIIllllIllhIIIIIIfIIIIIIIIIIIIrI i milk produce a day ucout from 1.000 400 cows gallons" of

And the memo closes with an
'*t admonition to remember the Fruit
20 Years
AgoHIIIIIIlilllihlIlIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIlgllll I II Festival to be held in Homestead
Feb. 27-March 4. The mimeos

1 1 : { sheet Is stapled to a copy of the
I Dad County publicity booklet
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TM f.ll.wlne It. 'N Nwr which detailed
gives more Information

ribs /r. ill. .I '
'r; aa.rer/e..t.Nhhed' ;,. is.-r:::; I I about agricultural Dade County
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; Feb. 6, 1119 PARK PROJECTContinued

I "The Chautauqua tint come.
) given an excellent account of itself :
( from Page One)
! and gone ." I
tributed at a trifling cost to the
'Dr Orin Moser ,f Hartford, city represents the greater part of
. Conn. a brother of R. L Moser,I the sponsor's contribution.. Gasoline .
: arrived In Homestead on Sunda>'.1 I oil ice and cement used In
; lie i, recovering from _attack ofpneumonia
the rock wall comprise the small
E and is here to recuperate -I A TNOU6H N/S ON Y FLORIDILEMON I cash Item.

J.'. 1. 1 i C.FIMf lUAS eelm6 7W! I Plans for the project also in-

AI Doyle has been on the sick: FOREMAN Of JURY eUH/H + = MOSS 'elude the building of a modern
Hat this week." I II CONVICTED A NEGRO FOKMtKOfft.PAIATKA YIELDS comfort station with native rock
-- "Mrs S. E. Livingston found ni NOAH .I TIIGIAIAN P2OMINENr JUICE/ exterior, enlargement of the
possum In her garden curly one I! CMACHMAV HAS WMOTO i bleachers to at least double the T

morning and proceeded to put III I FIND MMSCLF SENTENCED TOne present capacity, and the layingout ,
out of business In short order. By I tNtreADfwe TINE PIuINE J.ttON-Orr.UJP./J 81' of a children's playground croquet ,
HAN6 O CM w-) '
the time S E. had arisen perform.-1 4F01E/MS TN S/C/I A//IIiM'CAtCh7 /mEPIUJ I courts, horseshoe pitches, :
ed his ablutions, diested, hit a pipe] me /wwatrtf e&fffnxsffHV MrlcAN'l/MB Y/G/gS 71t'/CG AS shuffleboard and a putting green

or two and consulted the revised I I 06A u/a/tMttr arts Afro/ceo AfUvJUC6 AS A CAJIFt7IlNIA ZFNONaes I I for clock golf ,'
statutes between things that arewholly BUT N/S EMAoLv eAsSMfor '
: Louder Please '
dissimilar-we repeat, by I T .ee/F/1 I
don't .'
----- Prof.-Why you answer
the time the judge had done all!I:................-:..--.-..-..- me? ,.r 1
t ttw and sundry other things I 143% of the (3350: pe I general chairman for the Home-
Freshman-I did, Professor I
Mrs S. E. called him to the table I Children in CourtBy Injured. Such careless .trlan'l stead club shook my head. '
and this Is what his honor said I frequently become wards cf ;
( I Jodie Malcolm Hatfleld I After lunch the motorcade will( Prof.-But you don't expect mot
after sampling the mea*. 'My ... .,. : ty and must be supported '
,'j proceed through! the grove sectionof hear It rattle away up here, do
\ don't thlnk '
you you are a expense
: extravagant Iri having chicken for NEEDLESS INJURY I" the Redlands, and at the grove you-Ex. i 1
I breakfast The failure of a parent to heed I of Dwight Nay the Rotarians and
-"The county commlssiupers; met the repeated warnings Juvenile, MOTORCADEContinued Rotiry Anns will "disembark" to lT
:'I In Miami last Tuesday In their authorities resulted Ina serious I '_ be permitted to pick all the fruit 1 W r

i regular monthly] session with the accident when a seventeen-year- i ( from Page One) they can cat and take away In big
bal that will be provided. It
\r following members In attendance: old boy lost both his legs after falling grove spraying demonstration IIi
I' Chairman E D. V. Burr J. C. under box the At the luncheon, every visitor
a car I. program
Bailey, J. W. Carey, Preston H. Lee I will find by his plate a mimeographed Redlands Cafe
Three thousand men mil boys The luncheon today will count as I *
and W. J. Tweedell. The new memoradum from the
I lose their lives annually in the the regular weekly meeting of the
county solicitor, G. E. McCasklll, county agent' offlc.lntormlnl him
United States by stealing rides on Homestead Rotary Club as the 15 N. E. FLAGLER A"E.
was also present The Homestead I that:
.|freight trains, or by illegally trespassing 'I scheduled Wednesday meeting was,
Enterprise was made the official I II luncheon HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
"v'vt't.thml on
"i on railroad property. Furthermore postponed to permit the local club your
organ for the publication of today \' "" produced in this section
children playing In the to play nest to the motorcade'

1\ of the W delinquent, J Tweedell tax. list. on motion I streets contribute 1,140 accident I sponsored by the Miami Rotary, bushels We raise annually about 2.000,000 Dinner ............ 50c
tomatoes on approxi-
cases, or 8.7% of the 16 160 pedestrians Club. Chas. I. Brooks la generisii, ,
"Mr. and Mrs Geo. W. Turnerare killed by automobiles In the I chairman In charge of arrangements -,mately 15,000 acres; 1,120,000 bushels Plate Lunch...... 30c
anticipating a visit from their United States last year; they are for tho Miami club wnile, of potatoes on approximately
son In Baltimore next week. also responsible for 41. 40 or I County Agent C. H. Steffanl Is 8010 acres; 2 OOOO bushels of MRS. A. NABORS Prep
-"The Child Welfare beans en approximately 2,000
by the district vke-chair-meetingcalled 1 I..... .................................................................................. acres; 000,000 bushels of squash,'

man Mrs (ffi). W Kosel, In the ...
I A A A A *
Guild Hall was well attended ."I II
"Jake Simmons was taken to the ;
Florida City hospital last Sunday I ATTENTION!
but has Improved rapidly this, ; Wfa.!

week" (Florida City). I
'Mayor Stili nil was In Miami j
on Thursday," (Florida City). j
Avocado and Citrus
--"Th. Men's Aid Society supper,
on Saturday evening wan I fine I jBuyAnythingjTOTALING
success-socially] as well as financially -,
One hundred pounds of GrowersWe
kingfish were disposed o* in short
order. Dr. Shields was the cook
and he filled the
I position admirably -
L. W. Taylor handled the are now stockingURAMON $10 OR MORE 'f

Ice cream, assisted by George Martin .
Mr. Clinton and Charles attended on
to the coffee, while C. D.
Lattrrner and Capt. Hough tookIn SEARS EASY PAYMENT PLAN :
the tickets. 3 M. Dobbin, A. .
A form of nitrogen that
W. Law and the editor gated the new The minimum time payment purchase has been

dishes potatoes and, swept did up other, washed household the does not leach from the soil reduced from $20.00 to $10.00.

chorea. The pie artist.*. Messrs as fast as some Inorganic There is no longer any limit as to the classes of

on Jackson the Job and Poucher. The treasury were strictly was forms of nitrogen. Ask about merchandise one can buy on time payments.The .

.n. l down payment on 10.00 worth of merchandise -
$21 richer the receipts were
the this
price of new form of
In ," (Florida City). is only $2.00 or 250.

plant food.
Sears Plan isSimple
Turner's Feral Hone

Convenient PracticalJust
scmnct ,
M nm AMBtnuycx

Lady Atteadast tell any sales] person that you want to buyon

Phone 864-R .rr.tlte.d,Tla Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. Time Payments, that you are buying $10.00

worth or more. It may be small articles in differ

"4r : FRANK B.RUE.MGR. ent departments-anything you wish.
Dr. Leonard. Ilasktn5w
rating lad ..... SEARSI'flPUGK: ANQ I CD I
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Friday Febni7ry 10, 1939 THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Pare Five \ I

temporary fair ground on "air -- .,........,....." "",,,,---- Ardel Parman wa hostess this" nounces. Mr Nelson wa r<' ponslbJe }
FESTIVALContinued field. At a lovurmepting-, the Uomealead Girl ScoutsBy week. for the erection of the > !iun.iU
I ABOEL FARMAN during his former
year ago
council had already granted free
( from Fife One) term a* pastor of Florida City.
Dr. Vi fen to DeliverOftCalledfor
lights and water to the main ex-
and 47) dull member of the The Girl Scout decided at the Though It was the largest church
County Horn Denmonstratlon I hibition section and agreed to arrange meeting Tuesday at the home of SermonDr. south of Miami It was often filledto
Club*, according to Ills Eunice for revocation of the Mr* Frank Skill to visit Monkey capacity, and Mr. Nelson hopes
Grady, homo demonstration cent I amusement Ucenae.BROTHER. Jungle on Feb. jr: A. M. Vivien of Bedland will that Sunday's service will ....14-
:Approximately two hundred Jol- Betty SUllman, Bellcgene Bul- deliver the sermon at a special fill the church.
Ian will be distributed a* pre. lard and Florence Nelson were service Sunday night In toe Florida _
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mlumi In thlr departmentA 1 taken into the troop. City Community Church announce
SLAIN the the Rev. C. II. II & .11 CLUB
colorful exhibit of tinned Plaster ot Fail print of the pastor, : _
fruit was prepared Tuesday by 1 Bauhiaia, loquat and white mangrove Q. .
members ot the Redlahd Home (Continued from Page One) I leave were made. The hit sermon Brains*, Nerves' The meeting wa called to order
Demonstration Club meeting with by Florida Motor Line a* a mechanic gpirul patrol selected and classified Habits and Character." Dr. Vivien br the president, Catherine Or-
Mil Grady it the Farm Lift in Miami until twenty-five shells few a display that U beIng will use a blackboard and a 'R1- fanede. and the roll was called by
School Present were: Mrs. J. day ago when be quit his mad for the Girl Scout officein bar of other object to illustrate Annabel Redd Mia Orkney
D. Wysoif" canning chairman, job and went back to his Miami. his point cam down horn the Miami office .
MM. J. A. Sotherharo. Mn. W. KHaai former<< aomK in Daytona Beach .Betty Bailey turned Jn the brat He has delivered this particular and showed the girl different
Kn A. E. Barnes, Mrs. I. He leave his wife and six children -; report on the trip to Mjtfcesou sermon more than seventy-five canned goods and explained how
Malcolm and Miss Bertha Hill his father, D. W Hutchinson 1 hammock.The times. In high schools, college and to can them.
Mummers, domestic science In- of Dayton Beach five brothers Bauhiaia patrol is making club and In the great churches of I Julia France Sullivan gave a
strutUr. and four sisUrs. I a lift of all the book and magazine which he has been pastor Mr. Nelson report on the last council meeting.<
A similai exhibit will be Mr. and Mrs. Hutchinson were for the scout library. said. The choir will provide Katherine Orfanede and Julia ,
ed by Homestead .prepar-I accompanied back to Homesteadby Dora Scott' patrol will camp all special music. Trance were asked to see about ,
meeting next Thursday at the local Willard Hutchinson a nephewby day Saturday at Skill's to plan the I II The public is Invited also to getting a leader.
school, :.21" Grady said. still another Daytona Beach I beginning and end of a play, Dora other special service during theLenten TheUBI wa dismissed
brother. j will also cook a one-pot meal. period, Mr Nelson an- with the 4-H pledge.
The committee from the South --- um_ __ _
Dade Garden Club Includes Mr*. "
Haai, Mr*. W. D. Bishop Mrs. A.
W. Jones, Mn. H. Kuegg, and Mn.i 1---
Joel J. Robinson. Member of
the garden club of the Greater, i
Miami area have been Invited to / 1 ij
attend the festival. Mrs. Haai said. 1 / I / j

Other plan for the festival com
pleted during the past week Include :
a huge. display of winter ,ti
vegetables from South Allapattih
Garden, a strawberry exhibit from
Itedland and numerous other displays I
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Continued From Page One)
men Thomas E. Kirby Benj. W.
Morris and E. C. Chronicler; and
the board ai a whole have been
working earnestly on the plans
for nearly year, but the ordinance
ii till open for revision If valid
objection are raised to any portion -
of It, President Henry Brooker,
Jr, announced at Monday' sel-

owner would be held
< tesponaible for the maintenance of
sewer laterlali between their
bonds and the main sewer lines
under provision of a proposed '
ordinance which the council instructed 9 I area__ t
City Attorney Haycock to
draft for consideration at the next
Discussion on the use of a por- x
tion of the municipal airport ai ire oreNIN I Witheliurxtrewrr
a alt for the Fruit Festival this ,chit
year revealed that, while the city Britt uJf lull et tSl
less Ads apt ,
hold full local jurisdiction over tfttr
the operation of the field, the state '06"
aviation department has the right
to withdraw Its markers and .CIliA na Y11111L1n*HANDIIHIPT'IAHlMtlIIOHRICHT
eliminate Homestead from its list now we'd like to point There'll be a sudden hurry aooMM UMsrm alley..muss ':"AO:*.
of recognized emergency fields U TM OIIVE TIPTOE HYDRAULIC $
used for other purposes. Under that with the first feel of to trade in cart that have .ClOWN WING au'at."CATWAIK-COOUM"

this ruling by the city attorney it spring in the air, there' going to bo begun to pas their prime WAY MICTION MAI SIGNAL:,*a IHf-SAH lAnoi *lM:""

was deemed inadvisable to create another ramble<< to. get these beauand step out in the cushioned (Nil.ACTION MONT IMINdNat
y'o'.rwt' .GntrmtUflt'i
tiful new Buick. smoothness of Bui- ttrmtt

INDIGESTION IPFkCTIVELT I...... There' going to be a rush to get Coil Springing'e full-float a

"(tut ky MUM Chiropractic wall IWir" I behind this great car' lively Djna- ride. .

DR. R. J. ELLIOTT Lash freight-eight power plant, to No question about that not when winter right in stride, and just betake

Horat BU.Chiropractor.. R._.... in the budding countryside yqu recall last fall. when we had to warmed up when spring come

from behind its new wide.paned..ell cars on a five and six week delivery !'...'// ttt It at prices lower than

window. basis. a year afo,lower than)'o'J expect,

lower even than OH tome ilxet.You'll .
Used Cars On die other hand, you can get rid
get a better allowance on the
of a lot of grief by trading an old
car you're now driving-and like a*
isM r< Compel M car Get rid of weak batteries
::. $350 now. ,
a.d reed. not avoid some heavy ..ervicingslack

rile r.... Feeder To.rlrg ......., la"' "A tires, alow-starting engiiun( bill.
r a.4l e | lMk Ilk. $395 brake that may be needing a rclin-
Mw So why, wait until sometime "' thespring"
"II Ford Tder ."..t rd1.1 ing job soon. 1n.1 ;
P Shop early for Buick,
wow M"" now -" your
,,, $350
You'll get a car in this welt-made, the most satisfying car you ever

Illl 4 w.w B.lck llrM Sport, :..MI #ftCK>ODIMI well-mannered, well-groomed new drove-(hop wisely and avoid the

PMllM two *... IbAMt Buick that'll take the rest of the rush!
.w lll | _.

1 I KIT a.MRAMt Plr.,,tk 4-door ...$355.... = ::: Wetter]I Buick -NOW! "

j ..0110601.., seed.....5.1..1sty W..l' : hn doe 1..1. buy
rUIIlll.. $545 UIMfU Of' *MSIAt MOTOM VAUN

B.kk 4..-r l..rI...
:: .a..dltle.l 0 $345 i

PRESTON B. BIRD I Preston B. Bird Motor Company ;

MOTOR CO. Phone 18 So. Krome AT*. Homestead
PBONB II BOMMTIAD Fl." I iWJiJIII .'. 7t_' oJ. '

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1 Pare Six THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, February 10, 1939 -J

prompt care and fewer people NeJr
r ., 'te/7 afar.
FLORIDA SORES would have colds. Keeping a cold

( f foW Isolated pays good dividends both .
M' $'ff
[ )
CURED FAST BYS1MPLEMETHOD from I selfish and a community
standpoint and we grown-upi can
take this to heart is well n the
children. It pays to obey the danger
light of I cold.

By MART W. M4TTHEWS R. N. 71tlrltrfJjld&n

District Supervisor of Nurses .

"Never before have w. had II, 1JfJrUt! DR.l\1. A. BERGER A

few cases of Impetigo (Florida
,, TENDER AGE 011 two .
school, reporU one
sores) In the
: HI PICKED our CHORDS ON A Dentist old
In discucslng {A
of the county nurse "
her work In the school In her territory .J.t( ;,t GUITAR ON THE FLOOR --- GraWe
First National Bank '
this year. This remark I fort

li echoed by all other county MOa at l Building Got
nurses In their monthly report r ./ 1111 1111r
er I
Out of 1,822 Inspection made In I ,, Office Hours 8:30- 4:30
the county schools, only 21 children t Open Evening by Appointment
were recommended for ex'
I clusion. Skin disease were the '.HIV / y Cataat
I reason for 12 exclusion and symptoms e -
of tome communicable disease I Tul
STATUE OF COwe4 pits
for 9 exclusion Whenyouchangechange
sites oIN
The reason for the decrease In PITTSIIV S
skin disease such ai Florida sores, I
itch and ringworm the Increased, bon
Interest of the parent The STEPHEN WAS A SENtlTIMt, Mris
nurse may treat the child week EMOTIONAL 60Y OUT THERE IS PROOF i J -

after week but If ikln diseases are OP HIS PHYSICAL COURAfi AT 4's r
to be cured daily treatment I la EARLY AGE
: required and the best place for '
I this treatment la in the home by
the parent who naturally i* the
: person most interested In the

: health of the child. I II I for spr

Treatment for these common
I of ;
skin diseases i* ilmple and if followed I
out carefully the disease I to this
may usually be cured In a few I
day. Direction for treatment of I
these disease have been approvedby BYi PI.AYINCI."AIL.: better oil
the Dade County Medical So-
I Tu'I
ciety and the nurse give the IMC .
printed direction to the child to I fcSPOMSORED. fa FLORIDA 'STEPHEN FOSTER Next time let us Ii
oil.W T1 ,
chance your Po
take home to the parent. If the
nation and plenty of deep help
re-fin crankcase tre
condition If persistent the nurse school by the P. T. A. or welfare! develop tuberculosl or pneumoniafrom your
build up resistance to with Amoco Motor
talk with the mother to make
tgendes. colds. One cold
our that she understand and i*i neglected Most colds will clear up quickly Ott. It..pure tough r.II ,
down the resistance of the i Never
. following the direction These pull with Ida, of rest In bed. Every free nowl. .
( akin diseases are contagious The danger signal of I red traf- body so that It is easier to catch' .ieavesgnmmy rdue.It's earn-dos o,7. Ha
very I severe or persistent cold should
fic light make most people stop another one. 'I Bo'
and one child Infect
manyachoolmite A few disregard It. The danger be cared for by a physician. If
There li W. P.
*. The State Board of i disagreement ai Just CASH'SService
Health recommend exclusion\ of signal of I common cold are disregarded i what causes I cold but all doctor I I every'! mother would! keep her 1
by most Yet the
cases of Florida tore and itchM people. agree that they are "catching." child at home and In bed when he WI'IX
I from school until the skin la clearof I cold cause more days of illnessand A person with a well nourished I starts to have I cold the infection Station
of absence from
infection. more days body which ii free from defective i would clear up quickly and would Fbgler Ave. Homestead t bra
work than all other disease When;
condition like decayed teeth and' not spread to othen. Attendance
Impetigo (Florida soma) shouldbe ;i
school begin In the fall, a few,
Infected tonsils ha better resistance records too would be better
II controlled not only because It children with cold are among I' at the OPEN ALL NIGHT
I* unsightly and make the child those enrolled. In a few days to colds than a poorly nour- end of the year, for the sick chil-
uncomfortable, but because if It i ished person. Good bodily elimi dren would lose fewer days under
there 1* a fine crop of
I I Is allowed to continue untreatedIt I i sneezing children and .nlfflln"1

may result in serious general ers are not Immune. ,I
infection for the child. I
One child or teacher with a cold
\ Poorly nourished children seem may Infect the entire .achoolroom.
i to contract skin disease more Most "children' diseases" luch

easily than those who are well' ai measles, whooping cough and
nourished. In their school inspections diphtheria begin with symptomsof
I the nurse have recom-,I a cold. Little children often
mended many underweight children -' develop middle ear Infection or
for the lunches and milk I I"running ears" from neglected
i which are provided In most of the colds. Older people sometime

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for Your '. a

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When you lay out your building'plans let us estimate on the lum-

POII11C ber: you are going to use. You'll appreciate the service as well as

H our most reasonable prices.

\ \ M $92 lower !. price than last We will be glad to explain the FHA "pay out of your income" planof

1 year,depending on the model you choose. r. owning. a home. Come in and let's discuss your homebuildingplans.

I Modernization Loans-no mortgage up to $2,500-make it pos-

AND t* d sible for you to make repairs and improvements to your present

wd400 aaieet home ana pay for them a little each month.
N choose wNao 1
tko. rrem.erwo". vwe

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.. February in., 10M -_ TIIRLlU1IER.F.NTERPRlSE Pace Seven
I A. Jones of Mount Pleasant, Iowa Wilbur Bradley 'of Woodbury, short visit wth: Mr. Brocketfa "

who,arrived Monday to spend the Conn. and his daughter, Mils father, Fred BrocketU
winter Mary, who are spending the win-
In and Jll'oundHotneslead ter at Cortez, were Tuesday visitors Mr. and Mrs. Ed Griesbach left
Thursday for New Smyrna after a
Mr. and Mrs. J. L Hickson and at the home of Mr. and Mrs
visit with relatives here this winter.
I their guest, Mrs. Louise Ekey and Ralph Desmond. .

Miss Ted Reitmeyer; visited In __
Palm Beach yesterday Miss Ingcborg Mattson spent the Mr. and MM W. II. Surface ot

week-end with her mother, Mn. Chelyan, W. Va. are villi tin, Mr. .
Mrs. Walter Cowman of Roa- R. Mattaon of South Miami. and Mrs. W. W.Knockles. All pent .t r)
1. noke, Va., arrived Sunday for a Tuesday Key Went.
A fix-pound ion, Charles Ronald, Mrs. A. G. Raab, at their home on visit with her father-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Reed who '.
Jr., was born to Mr. and Mn. Ron- I West Plummer drive. mother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Save been camping in their house Mr. and Mrs. Johnny COM and > '
ald Brooker cf Pahokee In the Po.t Gossman. car on Palm avenue this winter, son Pal. and Miss Dorothy Ed- \ ,,<
Graduate Hospital In Homestead Mrs. E J. Dyal, Miss Yvonne I left Tuesday for a stay on the wards arrived Monday. They have) >>> \
Wednesday. Mrs. Brooker Is the Pollard. Miss Nina Dyal. Miss Virginia Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Bryant of Keys. taken the II. Brockett cottage on i\
former Miss Juanita Leggett of Dorsey' and Noah Peterson Blakley, Ca. are visiting relatives' Eighth street recently vacated by i
Couldi and Mr. Brooker Is a brother left yesterday to attend the Home- and friends in Homestead this' Myron Brockett and son, Stan- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bishop t.
of Henry Brooker, Jr. stead-DeLand basketball game daDo week. Mr. Bryant was chief of ley, of Not"h Haven, Conn., and -
Land. They -will return to- police of Homestead in the early: his daughter, Mrs. Paul McGee of I Oliver Dixon arrived last vveeh t

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Irwin of night. 1920's. Boston, arrived: this week for a, from the west coast. I ,
Cape Sable announce the birth ofa -
seven-pound son Paul Arthur,on Dr. and Mrs. W. L Shackleford E. L Lawrence left yesterdayfor !I
Tuesday the Post Graduate Hospital of West Palm Beach were week- Damascus Ga, to spend a few,
days with relatives. I :
end Rheney.guests tf Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tire Sale!

Mrs. F. B. Freeman has recov-
S. Felcman has returned to his !
ered from a recent Illness and Is
home In Ashevlllo after visiting his r
Mrs. Clarence Rice of Tuscaloosa -
able to her duties
son-In-law and daughter, Mr. and Ala., arrived Wednesday to at the Post resume Graduate nurse QUALITY AT LOW y
Mrs. Paul Lot ner, for two weeks.
visit her son and daughter-in-law, ..........-..,.......-,.,................,....,.. NP.ffo
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Rice. Mr. and CASH PRICES :
Mn. Stacy Hawkins of MiamiIs Mrs. Fief Rice of Greensboro, Ga., FLORIDA CITY
a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. brother and sister-in-law of Mr "'NNNNNNNN .,..NN.NN ,,..N.wN.INNN,,,,. Amtrlca'i Kafrtt Tim \
M. Frlck this week. Rice, nrrived yesterday for a visit Mrs. R. Quinif of Detroit arrived n
I Tuesday to visit her sister, I/
Miss Elizabeth Skill has enrolledfor Mr and Mrs. Dennett Long of Mrs. Walter Schutt. SAVEZ '
art and music work for fie! Weslover, Md., and Mrs. Wm. B. as- ,
spring semester In the Universityof Lang of Princess Anne, Md., arrived Mrs. S. Schcohn of New Haven,
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Miami. Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. arrived Wednesday to visit at the Believe .
FISK (8 A 0
I D. B. Clure. The group made a home of Mrs. M. Silverman. And your old tire
Mrs. Paul Van Landlngham cfPerrlna trip to Key West on Tuesday. Mr. 1
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underwent a minor opera- and Mn LOI., left Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mallesonof IOxISOxtl __ $S.H
tion In the Post Graduate hospital 1 visit the west coast before returning Becket Mass, were Friday ___ ___ o_ 56.01
to their home. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stiles.Other 47519B25xl $9.10
Tuesday. :_ :=:::::__:::...: : $7.20 ;
recent guests at the Stiles 85017600xZ __.___.__ 1T.84 ..
Barney Waldin has been in the Mr. and Mrs. G. Clyde Sommers home were Mr.. and Mrs. Edgar Truck 0 II. !>..,___ f1U2 t
Post Graduate hospital for medical have returned to their home in New Stiles of Writ 'Haven, Conn. These prices include your worn .,.. ... .....,..
treatment since Monday.: York City after visiting Mr. and tires. All other sizes equally low.eaBTA FISH :
Mi's. E. B. Oakley for several Mr. and Mrs. Loudermilk, We Can Save You Money and Serve You Better __ ,
weeks. Mrs. Carl Rapp and Mrs. D.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pollard hadas I PLUS PROTECTION IN THE BLOW-OUT ZONE i
Rapp who have been visiting at the;
guests Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Jacobs had home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Delta,' Texaco Gas Marts Lubrication AccecsorleComplete (
Harry Glllis of Bedford and John as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs left Tuesday for their home in One-Stop Service '
Bower of South Miami. ',Van Helm of Miami and Mr. and West Virginia. Vied Tires Flak Factory Distributors Reeappinf j
Mrs. Kendrick Mattox of Tampa.
Robert E. Albrecht arrived from The Woman's Foreign Missionary DONG KISSAMNorth i

Wheaton, 111., [on Wednesday to Mr. and "Mrs. Harold Oxford Society held its February Krome Ave., Phone .108 '
spend several weeks with Ms have as guests Mrs. Oxford's mother meeting Wednesday afternoon at Where Service Eioella and Quality la Paramount ; }

brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and and father, Mr. and Mrs.Walter the home of.Mrs.Jl J. Shepherd. .
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I I.. .Social Events in --South Dade (II I IERNEST'



: and the Homestead P. T. A. will
I Superintendent K. Dahlbergof Dunlop, Mr. Dahlberg and Mrs
f Ernest Underwood (Tinky) whit*. The bridegroom's mother hold I Joint meeting la the Bedland
Fairchild Park
C and white frock with gave an Writ: Mr. end Mrs C L.
Bishop,second fan ft Mr. and Mr*. wore I green
and address oa botanical garden at Stone, M.surd
and Mrs.
snatching accessories pink H. J.
Louise Brockett.
( Leo. EL nithop. and HIM A Day play will be presented -
Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. white ccnag by the Redland group under the meeting of the South Dade Mn Alma Sbetz1lne.'Wn. Annie
Wil'utn Davis of Miami wen married Sixty guests were present at the the direction of Miss Eleanor Payne Garden Club in Mn. Won. 1>unJop'. Butler.Mrs Elberta Bute. Mn. C.
Sunday afternoon .t 4 o'clock reception: fear the bridal pair whichwas I" hoiwr of the forty-second annl- sunken garden Monday afternoon P, JotkMtn Mrs. R. Kuegg, Dr.
I In the t-anonage of Central Baptist held at the Bishop home at 252 versary of the founding of the association He began with the first known Irene ShankUn. Mn. Catherine
Miami. garden in Egypt then described I Potter, Mr,. N. C. Ball, Mra. R.
Church In Miami by the 8. W. full at/net, find a birthday cake will be O.
lor, Dr. C. Roy AngelL! The rooms were attractively decorated cut. The Redland school bandwill Kew Gardens in London Kibble I Desinwid. Mn. D. B. Snow .
r The etremony was pa'.i with cut flower Center. play, Palace In Glasgow and Arnold Arboretum Sage, lera. Oeo. RentOn,
in Boston Mrs. W K. Haas Mn. Joel J.
i before the living room ", Ins the table In the dining room was The Homestead school colors Mn. Grace Robinson -

( the auntie of which cut flowers a three-tier wedding cake topped jreen aced white, are being used Mrs. Gee. E. Reed gave groupof Mn. Ja*. M. Dobbin McLtllan, Mn,Smith,
r. hud tern massed. Nearly a hundred by a miniature! bride and bride< In the decorations. readings. Redd MM. p. W. p.
Mullins .
Mr* J.
relatives and friends were The next meeting of the club it
groom. Both schcok will have their usual M. Sawyer, Mr W. D.
present. Those from Homestead who attended was announced will be on Feb. 20 Bishop
attendance count and awards. Mrs Harry: D. Wolfe Mrs.
this wedding and reception at the home of the Rev and Mrs A. W.
Mirs Ruth Edwards was the Jones .
The Redland-Lake Worth game a J. Shepherd, Mr.
Included Mi and Mrs. Labon Bishop GPO. E. D J1 on Bedland! road.
bridesmaid and Leo C. Bishop, Jr., Edw. Norman
will net begin until the close of Mrs. Edw. Norman
I Mr. era Mn. Ted Thomas, Mrs Present besides Mr. and Mrs..
elder brother of the bridegroom, tho meeting at 9 o'clock. Jr., and W. Style
the bt man Selma Rellz Mitt Nina Dyal LeoR.
was Bishop Martin Bishop Clinton Everyone .Is Invited to the meet
1 The bride wore a gown of white Feb. 20.
Bishop end Bert Branch. ing. -Meeting of Homestead
I crepe made with a quilted bolero, The Calendar 'D.P.W.c.
The bride was born in Damascus, ..... .
'i sleeveless Jacket v-neck, elbow ---"-" -" -
Ca, but was reared and educatedIn MRS. L. T. PROCTOR GIVES Feb. 20 District: meeting of
length puffed sleeves and gored M'aml pn<* If now serving as SHOWER FOB MRS. GRENNELLMrs. Feb. 10.-P. T, A. sponsored Episcopal: Auxiliary at Holy Cross
skirt Her straw poke bonnet party at Future Farmer clubhouse
"crttaiy of the McCrory store Church in Miami.
L. T. Proctor a shower -
and ether accessories white.
: were for high/ school pupils.
there The last of a series of
pre. Feb.
and her WM made of smallwhite I Tuesday evening at her home 20 Meeting of Junior
corsage and sweet nuptial snowera In her honor was In honor of Mrs. V. M. Crennell Feb. 10( Union meeting of Red- Woman's Club.
: roses bridesmaid pink wore I green peai.The given Jan. 20 by Miss Edwards Jr. Several contest were enjoy land and Homestead P T. A.'* in Feb. 21.-Meeting of Woman'sClub
Miss Lucille James and Miss Cla ed. Redland at 8 p. m.
I of Homestead.Feb.
crepe ta'lcred' dress with I shallow, rice Oandy at the home of Miss Feb. Townsend Club meeting
crowned, wlJe-brlmmed straw hit, Edwurds. I I Throe present were: Mrs. V. M. at 2:30 in Neva King Cooper 23 W. M..S chicken. din
Crennell. Mrs. Clifford Campbell
and ether accessories of white. Her The bridegroom, born In Wilmington School. ner.
Mrs. T. E. Kirby Mn. L. B. Dan-
: corsage ivns made of red rotes and I IX. C., has spent most of Feb. 13.-Meeting of Monday
pink tweet prat. his life In Homestead and was ley, Mrs. Ben Archer Mrs. Henry Music Club at home of Mr. and B. V. P. U. ENJOYS
OLifcti, Mm Geraldine and
The bild,', mother was dressed graduated from Homestead High Mrs. J, R. Rutland at 8 p. m. SPAGHETTI SUPPER
the /hostess and honor guest. I
in dark bl.'f' with blue accessories. ,] School in 1039. He has been em Feb. 14.-Jiggs' dinner at Sacred The Homestead B. Y. P. U. members
end her corsage wa pink and ployed Miami for the poet year.II Gifts vere received from: Mrs: Heart clubhouse. were entertained at a spaghetti
;. G. I Gault Mrs. Elmo Townsend' Feb. 14-Kappa Phi Delta dancein supper Tuesday evening at
Mrs Selma Iteitz Mrs A. D. Smith, cluolicuse of Woman's Club. the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Tom
y J PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY BALL NETS Mrs Otis Brannen Mrs. M. D. Ja-' Feb 19.: -American Legion Auxiliary Vann.

i+ $204.25, CLUB'S REPORT STATESThe I cobtun Mi*. Wm. McMlchael. Mrs. meeting at Legion halL i Games were enjoyed on the
-- Torbett Smith Mrs. T. T. Bowen, lawn Later
i Feb. 18.-Work meeting of in the evening ambrosia -
amount cleared at Die Presi-j R. Q. Walser Mrs. Ansel Barrow Miss Lillian Swlltey, Miss Vera Homestead Home DemonstrationClub. and cookies were served.

balj was $20421 according: : and Miss Alice Hobson were named 3elk, Miss Anna Moon Miss Evy. Present betides the host and hostess -
to a report made Monday eveningat as a nominating committee lee DeUinber, Miss Ellen Vann, teb. 26 -: Woman's Club ben were; Mia Elizabeth Mcil-
They "will repcrt at a social meet. Miss Marybrlle Gibbs and Miss efit bridge at clubhouse.Feb. wraln. Miss Lucille West, Miss Sybil
fif! nytmg, of the Junior Wo ing to be held Feb. 20 when Mrs Ana Lee.IIENRT 17.-Meeting of Ad Astra Cheshire! Miss Lillian Swilley,
man's Club of Homestead which C B. Cruse, Mrs. T. J. Walker and Chapter of O. E. S. ,' the Misstu Anna and Mary Moon
sponsored the event Ten dollarsof Mrs. Walter will be hostesses. GOSSMAN HONOREDON Feb. 20'.Fish supper given by Mis Ellen Vann Myron Grcnnell,
this mount "was a donation from Four new members. Mrs. Richard BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARYA men of Redland Community Orvil IrwIn, Charle Shaffer, Banks
t the skating rink. Huff, Mn. Rudolph Mattson, fish fry was given last night Church. Byium and Tolbert Holding!
1 1Bixler. I I
Mrs. Stanley Wlttkop. Mrs Bruce Miss Jevell Turner and Miss, Helen at tu. /hi me of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Ennli, Afro. Herbert Turner Mrs were taken Into the club. Thompson in honor cf the birthday I

I anniversary of Henry Cossman.

B. P. W. C. ENJOYS I IrOTUlK conducted by Mrs. Flora D. Myere.Mrs. .I, Both friends and relatives were
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DINNERMemtheis I W. R. Bird was voted into present.
of the Homestead I the club.
Business and Professional Women's I The membersc decided not Mrs. C. H. Hire and Mrs. Geo. N.
Club enjoyed a pot-luck dinner In: have a booth at the Fruit to// Vakefitld will give a musical tea Homestead, Florida

II Hospitality House Monday ",en.I Two guerre were present, Ills gfteirncn at the home of Mn.
Ing, and lull was followed by a1! Margaret Kem.edy and Mrs. J. A.Chamblisi. Rice for members of the Junior

quiz on the legal rights of women 1 Mule Club and their mothers. 1 &AAAAAAAAA' '''''''''''''' ''' '' '''''' AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAUGALES '

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February 10, 1939 .' "T 1 t'E'ADEn'ENTERPRISE Pace Nine J

and several other guessing games MUSIC CLUB PROGRAM till Oiurrh Mrs. S. L. Vest
P were enjOYEd. TO BE GIVEN BY MEN who hud charge of the program

Present besides Mrs Wakefield Hunband of members of the, talked or. "Prayer and Missions,"
II Social Events I and 're others named were: Mn Monday Music I Club will be specialguests Mn. W. E. Lewis talked on "W.
W. F Stiles, Mn. Richard Huff, at the meeting at the home I M. U. Prayer Plans," and Mn 'T J
Mrs C. J. Parman, Mrs. Henry of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Rutland on I Vann, ;M "W. M. U. Study Plans."
Brooker, Jr. Mrs. C. H. Rice, Mn. Feb. 13 at 8 p. m., and the program Mn. J. K. Prr gave the devotional
Edw. Stlllng, Mrs. J. A. Hooks, numbers American folk songs, will
MR. AND MRS. BARROW {l made at the meeting of Liberty i and granddaughter, Patricia Wal- be given by men. Mrs. S. L. West
Gin ANNIVERSARY PARTYMr. Rebekah Ledge Monday eveningIn ton, Mis. (,;. P. Jackson, Mrs. J. J.ChngTian has charge of the program. MEN OF CHURCH TO GIVE
and Mrs. Ansel Barrow eu'tertalned the I. O. O. F. hall. Mr. and Mn Mn. Bertha Denby, Mn.C Members ate asked to notify the FISH SUPPER FEB. M
a group of friends at R. G. Moon were In charge of kn H. Denby, Mrs. Ralph Wilson hostess it they can not attend. The men of the Redland Community -
games and dancing in their home old-fashioned taffy pull Mn. Helrr Hackler, Mn. Lee II.Lehlr.n. Church will serve a fish
Monday eveulng in honor of the Mrs. W. E. Rheney Miss MRS. T. T. BOWEN supper Monday Feb. SO. It was
first anniversary of their marriage MISS DORA SCOTT GIVES Ellen Huff Miss Mary Jackson and IIOSTtSSTOCIKCLC: at tint planned to have the supper

Sandwiches and. punch were NOVEL CHINESE PARTY Miss Virginia Haas. Mrs. T. T. Bowen was hostess to a week earlier.
served. Miss Dora Scott was hostess at W. M. U. Chcle One at her homeon
Those attending were: Mr. and n Chinese party at the home of her COMMITTEE TO PLAN Tuesday evening. After a short
Mrs. Ovid Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. parent, Mr. and Mrs. J. Law- FOR CHURCH LIBRARYMrs. i business pet iod, Mrs. W. L. Row- wish to express our appreciation -
Robert D;.relng, Mr. and Mrs. rence Scott, In Redland Friday J. D. Redd and Miss Jennie mend conducted a mission study to all those who ao kindly ,
Bruce EnnU, Mr. and Mrs. Joe evening. Lobdell were appointed to make class on "Helping Others to Become auisted us during the Illness and
Fitzgerald Mr. and Mn. Jerry 1 Comic valentines: were made plans for a library for the Home.j I I Christiana. after the denth of our beloved husband -
Barr Mr. and Mn. M. F. White from magazine advertisements anda stead Methodist Church by The next meeting will be at the I and father. We are gratefulto
Mr. and Mti. C M. Barrow. Mr.I valentine relay race was played. M. S: at a meeting! Tuesday after home of Mn. W. R. Cheshire one) Rev C. O. Nelson for his comforting -

and Mri. R. L. Hobson Mr. and Mill Louise Ross won the high noon In the church. March I, It was announced. I J ivott'j, to Mn. Lloyd Diets
Mrs. Harold Oxford Mr. and MrsStan'ey score award In Chinese checkers Tha society voted to ...rveI I for her song and to those who tent

Wlttkop, Miss Alice Hobson -] Chinese favors and place eardlwel'e chicken dinner on Tuesday. Feb 23. W. M. t' HAS PROGRAM I[ the txjjt.ful flowen In memory ot
K. E. Sherard and Mr. and used The plate will be announced later. OV PRAYER AND STUDY our dear tne. n
Mn. Barrow. were served., and chop suey and rice Mri. Geo. Ranson had charge of Circle One ot the W. M. U. had MRS. MARTHA CRIESBACH
I charge ot A program given Wed-I FRANK GRIESBACH
"Widen the Horizonof
WILBUR CAVES HAS Girls who came dressed as boys a program on | need.-.y tfternoon In the First Bap- VINCENT a KELLER. '
the Home". Mrs. J. A. MeNcill.
Misf Frances
were: Soper, Miss 111 i -
Mrs. J. J. Richards and Mrs.
Jean Irw In, Miss Jewel Hodge, MISI
M'. and Mrs. C. J. Caves gave Ranson gave talks. t
Helen Miss !
Pope, Mary Jane Turner .j
a wiener roast on the lawn of their
Mm Jean Eby Miss Merle
homo Wednesday evening honor
Lott Iitiss Eva Rosborough, Miss .jJ
Wo thirteenth birthday of their &
if Annie Lot, Miss Alice Wysong and

ion Numerous, Wilbur. games were played. i Bliss Ross. J

The gut rto were: Jack and David I The cabers present were: Mini t
Barnes, Albert and Homer Byrum, Betty Jane Crawshaw, Miss Bobbyeirpaea I I
Felix Bullard Hubert Smith Gene Mist Betty Ann Marshell, We Give the ilk
Maynnid Junior Hodge Billy Miss Lillie Mae Campbell, Miss i iI
mons, Lrkn Davis Proctor, Mary Lou Durrett, Miss Carol Lee, GenuineEUGENE ir
Miss Sophlt Borgardt Miss Marie
McIIwaln and J. T. Slm-1 .
Baohoi, Miss Annabelle Peters, I
PermanentSoft ,
WOMAN'S CLUB TO GIVE Mini Mildred Reams and Miss Ger-

BENEFIT BRIDGE FEB. K I trude Odotn. I rolling waves abund !
The next benefit \
bridge party EPISCOPAL AUXILIARY ant, lasting curls that's the
will M given by the Woman's Clubof I
Homestead Thursday eveningin kind of a permanent you want. "
musical program was presented -
the clubhouse.
at fie : meetIng And that'i the kind we give.
Mri. Henry Johnson won the Episcopal: Auxiliary -
high score prize for women and Friday afternoon at the home For we do genuine Eugene I !

C. J. Parma the high score prize cf Mn. Cto. N. Wskefleld when waving, with genuine Eugene) i
Uri. W. K. Haas Mn.
Ruth Scott
for .
urn at the Woman's Club ben- .
and Mri. J. X. Gauzeni were the Sachets. Let ui "dress" :your (, .
efjt} bridge party on Feb. 2. Mri -
liostessei.Mri .
Parman and Allen Neal won the hair for the season with natural (
second prlzei.: Dr. Ira J. Hayneswon Steven Dimond tang I'H
undulations and flatterIng
the cut prize. 'Kashmiri Song" by Lawrence -
Mrs. A. F. Arthur Mrs. W E. Hope one "Treei" by Raibach to : face-and-neck curls! ; :
Rhw.ey end Mrs. T. J. Faust were accompaniment played by Mn. I
the hostesses. Julian H. Webster. Barbara Jean Bush's Barber Shop .
Those prevent also were: Mr. and Wakefield played; a minuet by ,
Mrs. r.V.. Shouse, Mr. and Mrs. Beethoven and Ardel Parman & Parlor .HU
Frank Belts, Mr. and Mn Geo. N played "Summer Revelry" by Tor- Beauty

Wakeflelr, Mr. and Mrs. Harry ui.en.Lgetacqualnted.
Ford, Mr. and Mn. Lee H. Lehman -i game name-o, | Miss Llllle Brown, Operator I ; ;
Mr. and Mri. Howard Lamb

M... Haynes, Mn. A. W. ., ;

Joel Mrs.J.Crate Robinson McLellan Mn. H.Smith K. Jone"i I : REQUEST;

Mrs. Elizabeth Fuchs, Mn. I ,
Gatlin, Mn. Frank Morris, .
Sl-lfLTON'S 1
Hairy D Wolfe, Mrs. W. R. Anderson -'I t. :
Mn. R. R. Kinard, Miss ,
Grace Ward. Douglass Tower K. 1

dore W Stone Franklin., Roy Haynes and Theo- tJd of 14 I


VALENTINE DANCE ,mart women Save learned when they wont '. : Happy ehlldrea ore healtsy child*. t
A valentine dance to be held Feb.
That why so away thoughtful parents
14 was planned at the Kappa Phi
I Delta Sorority meeting Monday Make PARLOR today are taking advantage el oat New low t

evening at the home of Miss Jane BEAUTY I electric roUs, switching from merely ,

Gatlin. The dance will be givenat Home Bldg. Homestead Fla. Phone 33Me" I "niriatratioa" to nodtra electrical food tI
U.. Woman's Club In I
I building protection. Too eoa toe. oa4 actually
honor of its pledges and of the
save stour
Lake Worth basketball team that wentIto"Maly I

I will play Homestead that night Thick what this SMaee .ia safety 1.

With the aapro..eI refrigerators dls-
JIGG'S DINNER TUESDAYA [ .NM played al row eleetrteul dealer's, emi

Jigfs dinner will be'served 1 N .LiN
at tilt Sacred' Heart clubhouse I coM" as fonaerly Always .. the Job it l

Tuesday from 11 to :2 o'clock and 9SAMI tu. guards milk, vegetables ead neate
from 5 to S o'clock by the Altar / 040411111111Poo agaisMl dangers ones lorUag where sots l
Society of the Sacred Heart keys 1 1tr .(
Church. \ teasperahme ore Bet eoastoatly main-
tola** Depend ea ear ebeWe ........
There will be a booth for the I Ietslr.
sale of hand made articles, plaquesand CALL VS la pieUct your family's ,.. ;
home made cakes.In q .It'4
the evening bingo. will. be POILw1. ta""y g ra.o.KIva .......-..-.. 4

Played. ./. rwtaAOA7 :..-= :.::: JIT T8U1 ELECTRICAL KALETISelect I Ian
Planet for the dinner were madeat _
a meeting of the society in the ::. : : -- ODe of The Hew and I

vulbhouM Wednesday.REBCMAIIS ==...1.: tanprovedElectricRetsigeratonW

HAVE: ft"w e.r.row I

Flora tot a valentine party were .

Gas; Gas All Time uivt Roy Chandler, Manager l

ask .. M tai I .."'..'l Ida .r -p
(*.. .... trwd M AJtarika
'malt m* jufek. .r--1 ... u j KtH 'IIEOMAN'I "t"lTcg,* Gtlge oa .ORIDrM
nr>r f.u totKr"AD
100 tlever drawing ILO..padkaRoj'l, t"jgbpjl spt.reaeing testa u
: LE RIKA Amusing, authentic, concisely wnR n7 mp ate with S-olond EUCfilC SmWtlw rs CHEAP VOWpu: p't SlillfFriday
cartoon nap-41.00 at your loam book star or write
At. .all ,leading druggists. ., SOUTHERN FEATURES. Ina., Box 1740. Jax. ru.

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age! Ten THE LEADER.ENt'ERPRISE! Friday, February 10, 1939Homestead

I ; Henry Dodaon. Mildred Field, Seventh grade-high honor roll.L ,
Rachael Gossman, Goldia Grennell Gene Mlnger, Walter Hoffman ,
Tenth grade-high honor roll Dolly Barnette, Alda Connor I
I High-Lights Edwin Booth, Adrian Callahan|Clerics: Dodson, Eugene Lett Sue
I Jamie Richards r low honor roll,,,. Moy, Vara Rheney, June Vann; I
Preston Bird Fred Fuchs: Betty, low honor roll Angela
WRITTEN BY MEMBERS OF THE HOMESTEAD men SCHOOL JOURNALISM CLUB AND I Brown, Iris Capllnger, Jay Newton Shirley Doxsee, Geraldine Baltero Griffin

Katherine Ortanedes, Cnr- Thomas Harris, Virginia Kelly,
I'mella TaboneI "I As Mr Hester is
Ninth Grade Girls Beat I Homestead school gymnasium by last period of the first semester I Ninth grade high honor roll, the basketball team accompanying
the O and L Roofing Co.. and(Those who secured the requiredaverage on Its trip,
Eighth In Basketball I Lamar Dickinson Lewis Eaker,> the honor roll list of his. eleventh l
water for shower Available for
warm the
was honor roll
are Charles Mlnger, Mary Jo Close,[ grade home room Is unavailable
In a fast and exciting basketball I for the first time Wednesday Twelfth grade-high bonor roll, Edna Forte, James Nesbltt, ElI this week. 1D

game Thursday night, Feb. 2, the Edna Booth, Barbara Jane Burke,' ther Rucker, Kathleen Freeman,
f ninth grade girls A team Leat they Tennis Elimination Virginia Dorsey, Charles Little, I Edna Becker, low honor roll, D. FACULTY MEMBER JI

eighth grade A team by a wore cfBto3 Tournament Is Held William McMichael, Harvey Rue, L. Bowen, Ralph Oelllnger, Bruce WELCOMEDThe 1a
/ Madge Thompson Lucille West; Scott Mildred Batts, Annette
low honor roll, Truette Bullard, Louise Pierce
Campbell Mary ,
The eighth grade B team beat Saturday morning at the city: student
body wishes to
welcome .
I Gauzena, Louis Harris, Evelyn Sykes Yvonne Pollard.
the ninth grade B team by a score
courts the Homestead High tennis
Mrs J. R. Rutland ,
off to 3. Sybil Cheshire, Howard Lamb, Roy Eight! grade-high honor roll, as a new
tournament for girls got underway Martin, Lilburn Nixon Elizabeth Hilda Dodson, Athley Kemp, Carl member of the faculty.. She will 'J
The referees Bonnie Groo ,
ver and Nina Bullard. Mcllwaln, Annabell Redd, Louise Alexander, Fred Hobart; low honor take the place, of Miss Holferty D
In the senior high division Mar- Pacettl Betty Richards roll, Mary Ellen Dearlng, Lois whom we are sorry to lose. Mrs
The ninth grade A team was cia Cauzens defeated Juanita Lass- Eleventh grade-high honor roll,II/I Pierce, Catherine Rohrer, Frances Rutland Is taking over the Jour- rl
composed of: Cathteen F'eeinan Elwin Cooper, Mary Grace English -][I Rutland, Hilton Sasnett, Jack I nalism Club which Miss Holferty
'nett for In
Teresa Redd. Marjorie Connor" championship singles low honor roll, Herbert Booth,I I I I Rucker Virginia Hobson. started s
Mamie Lee Posey, Lois Carpenter : In the doubles Bonnie Groover tl
and Evelyn Sykea The ninth and Juanita Lassnett defeated S

grade B team was composed of: Marcia rntl7____._-.n"_. and Claudia _PAH-..- Another Convenience for motorists II
Merle Jenkins, Edith Bevia Mary S

Pierce, Helen Norman, Mildred .nor.In the junior high division: C
Bat In, Yvonne Pollard, Bather Evelyn Sykes defeated Lola Pierce S
Rurker, and Mary Jo Close for singles championship In the a
The eighth grade A team was doubles Athley Kemp and Lola rt1
composed of: Athley Kemp Ellen Pierce defeated! Evelyn Sykes and
Schallern, Mary MI.tretta..l.o" Esther Rucker In the championship ,
Pierce, Dorothy Sullivan and Maiy, r'w aJ
Roberts The eighth grade B Girls who will play In the Dade
team was composed of: Hilda Dod- County girls' tennis tournamentare CI
son, Doris Kelly, Betty Ray Clar : Marcia Gauzens, Bonnie
Ruth Peterson, Katerln Rohrct Groover, Jaunita Lassnett, Claudia
and Virginia Hobson Connor, Nina Bullard, Mildred SlII
Mary Ellen Bearing was icnrc Fields Evelyn Sykes, Lois Pierce, :
keeper and Mary Jo Close, timekeeper Athley Kemp, Marjorie Connor, or
Mamie Lee Posey, Teresa Hcdd and 0"II,
The new rule of one-half court Esther Rucker.
playing wag observed, end the center or
throw ai of last year was used BAND TO WIN LETTERS m

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NOTES Each member of the Homestead Eta to

High School band Is to receive a
Mra Edwards' first grade Is letter If he practices for 30 minutes I
glad to welcome Betty Jo Barwick each day on band music! :, attends -
aa a new pupIL every practice, and Is at each J
The third and fourth grades of concert for three months
Mn.. Cooper room are selling I
tickets far the picture "Kentucky"to GIVE PARTY FOR II. S. 'I> AY e N.
raise funds for library books TONIGHT ummmmmmg mmmmmBaiixavmwiumHWHiiaaaiimKmKiKmittmas*****,' mi'' > ..

The boys In Mrs Wynna sixth Sine spare tires have been retired to the innermost recesses of built-In trunks, many motorists have a tendency tooverlook PIN
grade are carving a castle: from Mrs Adrian Jacobs, Mrs A. T them when other tires are checked A new device.has been nude available to Chevrolet owners which permits
soap In connection with their study Arthur and other members tf the Inflation of the spare tire, without opening the trunk through a valve connection Installed outside the trunk dose.thus .
the tire be watched the other tires, without trunk luggage.N .
P. T A. recreation spar pressure can as conveniently II moving
of history committee, will >I>
Donna Alderman from Tltusvllle assist Ted Underwood In giving eve
la welcomed as i new pupil in- this week Friday night party in I SUI
Miss Jackson room. the Future Farmer clubhouse ilt'' pre
Pupils In Miss Jackson room 7:30: this evening p. .
who surprised her with a flower All high school pupils. are invited mame,
shower were: Mary Lue Mussel- ,
white, Billy Horne Austin Cham-
bll! and Norton Wakefield. HONOR ROLL ANNOUNCEDThe CI

number of students In both II!
the junior and senior high school' ParY:4'
long promised solar I'
heaun'l' Increased the third six weeks, the
system has been Installed I
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1 DR. C. II. DENBY Pra

DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST II I Osteopathic Physician I I ) inf

I Phone 39Homestead b P
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Fla. pastprei'

Office !Mount .. m. to 5 p. m I tees Br.wn.. firms 1110..1 I I '
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Sundays 9 to 11 I i pealmee;

Closed Saturdays '

Free Parking Space I Dr. A. T. Inowles

176 N. W. J6TII ST.. MIAMI Sfand
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and 1I000pilalI -
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t936 N. W. 17th Avenue
sure that jour eyes are asa D
food aa your brake*-have them Miami Florida
1 tatted al least once each year -th'

DR. F. }t. ARCHER Phone 37315 Ing Chu
Consulting Optometrist I _i t and

leU W. Flatter St, Miami. maar 730.
Fla.1 Ki

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01_ R.wr..d. A PICTURE OF YOUR HOMEYes Chur
Dirsolae 01 n. A_. Institute II F
.hoot for UetMMrNEWT

; It w the very home you've been looking for We invite you Thui

to build it now-under the FHA Insured Mortgage System.A .

G. BALLNOTARY'PUBLIC reasonable] down payment. and as much as 80 per cent' l
;r Laundry > of the total value in monthly payments no larger than rent I

The Frees We will help you to obtain a loan for a new home or for mod R

Mrs. Housewife I ernization of your present one.BRQOJU .
Liberty from tae wwkt? WMhhwxHWrtr -
Fire Insurance and h> do u dM p5..M vllk U I
.soft >..r.....itft. hi The sito.IMOb. '
Kfndred Lines ,.1a..nwir..d... AW with II ill ...*kr tit 10.lOt.....",,,.!.1', ;:R LUMBER CO.Uomesteaa .
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Saturday and Sunday I

RetIIeacl-Dr. J. E, Johnston.I. SOUTH I Show, T IOGtolp-1II.and I p. m.| Adm. tit I I FOR RENT FOUND

pastor. Sunday school at 8.45: a.. Homestead-the Rev. J. J. Rich. ,
FOUND Money. Owner must
m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30.: ards, pastor. Sunday school at 8:43 FURNISHED and unfurnished -
SunH Mon.. Tars..
Identify. 41? N. W. 4th Av.
p. m.; R Y. P. U. at ':30 p. m. a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and Feb. 12. 1s. II I house at reasonable rent ,
prayer services Wednesday at 7:30 T: 30 p. m Junior League at 2:30p. : Henry Behreni and BenJ. W. p(10)MISCELLANEOUS

p. m. m.; HI League at 8:30 p. m.; Frederic March I Morris, N. Krome) Ave. next to : i 1

Senior, League at (:.30 p. m. Joan Bennett Baptist Church. (dOlt) !
Noah Peter
Qeult.-The Kc-v. Prayer meeting at 7:30: p. m. Wed- I
ion, pastor. Sunday school at 10 nesday. .u"TRADE FOR SALEFOR Take your LIFE RAY TREAT- ,

a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and I I MENTS for health at SHANK'a. '

T.JO: p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at 6.30: p. m.prayer Feb. 12.-Morning topic: WINDS" SALE-1934 Tuaor Chevrolet LIN GROVE. TOURIST ROOMS,

service at 7:30: p. m. Wed- "Glory In Obscurity" another In good condition. A bar- cottages, camp. 4-ROOM furnished -

nesday. study of chancier of the I Wed.. Than Feb. IS U gain. See James McOeady, cottage.. FANCY GIFT
BOXES. All kinds of fruit.
twelve apostles. Communion Krome av*. at 15th, Homestead.
CATHOLIC service. Irving Lyon will direct PRESTON FOSTER (pflO) WEST FLORIDA CITY. (d30tfWANTED ) \

Church of the Sacred HeartS vested choir in special an. FRANK JENKSIn il t
HOME laundry Mrs. Jernlgan i
J:. Second avenue Homestead; them numbers. TWO-STORY (two-family) house
020 S. Krome Ave. >
the Rev. James Cloonan pastor. Evening topic: "The Ditturbrr 12 rooms, fair condition but

Sunday maw at B a. m.; week day of the Peace" another "The Last Warning"FrI. should have some repairs-only

mass at 7:45 dally. Sunday school sermon on Biblical character*. I I /$1,250, ; 6-room house with 3 bedrooms ,:

Sunday following 0 o'clock man Young people In charge of ., Sat., Feb. 17 IS i| 11,500 cash; 4-room house \
Communion for women the first muilc. ; and lot, $700. H. A. Cameron. WANTED: Redland District real j
Sunday of month; for men and CHARLES BICKFORDTOM t estate listings. P. O. Box 417, '

boys the second Sunday of month, Silver Palm Methodist Church : BROWN CLOSE IN business property and Telephone 3321. Eleanor Frosch- t>G

Holy hour Thursday before first a-the Rev. J. E. Waller, pastor. VAN GREY. 1 real bargains In residence prop- er. (d30tf) .'

Friday of month at 7:45 p. rrt.* Mow Sunday school every: Sunday at JO f. :Uh. .;w.,1a"TIIE '. I erty. Henry Behrens and BenJ. !

first Friday at 7:30-: m. Benediction a. m.; preaching services on first, | W. Morris, N. Krome Ave, next TUTORING WANTED high

of..the- Blessed Sacrament third and fifth Sunday at 11 k STORM. i to Baptist Church. (dOlt)I school and grade school subjects.Mrs. .

I A. B_ .:
after mas*. H. J Armstrong
and 7:30 .
m. : p. m.Pl'fnef&onThe TVT"TTYnl '
I FOR SALE Tropical plant, citrus Plummer drive and Country J

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH trees and troplcai fruit Inseason. Club road.WANTED .

Florida CUT-Broadway and Rev. J. E Wal t MnII/11155/ rIN1/I/N N I Jungle Grave Redlandi
ler, pastor; preaching at 9 a. m.:l /tCKSONVIII 'S road and Plumnwr drive. Listings or homes i
Sixth street SWrtny-Schbol at \ 1 I i
I 9
Sunday school at 10. 1 1ty LL
and for rent.
45 for pupils under 20 IADINt3v apartment Henry
(: a. m. yearsof
age; morning service at 11 i THE HOTEL I j LEGAL NOTICE Behrens St BenJ. W. Morris, N. h

PENIECOSTALGouldsSunday Krome Ave., next to Baptist .
o'clock. Wednesday wr-
vices which Irjcluda testimonials school at 9.45j; DE1EAa.n AND FOR DADI 101 NTY. FLORIDA Church. (alS-tn .. f
preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. L T IN PRORATR. N.. IttM. tI
and experiences remarks -
of healing
In R.
: ESTATE: or
on Christian Science 8 p. / Anon"r JAN J' TODD, all. CLEAN RAGS WANTED Will ,
PRESBYTERIAN I I MRS JANK 1. Torn n..t. I exchange subscription or advertising
la Invited 7
The cordially
m. public '
to attend. Homestead-Rrome avenue at i OW O1 Ti All Crnlltnr. and All ,....... Having for clean rags. Leader- i j
N. 16th street; the Rev. E. L. Nelson uR Claim ..r Demands Against Said Kitauti : Enterpru
y ", and each '''', .. .
Feb. 1?.-L* on-s e r mom minister. Bible school at If.J ...d "I"I.od ... msj. ,,,4 ,

topics. "Soul. 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m demands. which rim. or either of you, mat
Its analn.t the estate of Jane J. ld
I Young peoples' meeting at 7:30p. : aliaa Mr. Jan. J. Todd. .., ,.T.> ,F Buy a Home ; i
m. ""nty nn.ctlrut. U the Hon
W r'. Hlanton County Juda. of D.... Buy Grove Land ': ;
Homestead-First avenue and C. iim and fll. the "10. In Mi office In

N. W. Fifth fit' Bible study at 10 ....."..".,...........,..................0..'.'..?........... !Florida>'. I I'nty, within Courthouse eight calendar In Dad 'County months Buy Glade Land ; i

a. m.; communion fellowship and Redland F. F. A. Notes fnirn the d.lof the first nuhlkvitlon" km It Is my firm belief that higher \ ,
of. Said lalm. IT d.mand. to contain the
preaching at.11 a. m. ...../......1.1.11"111"MMNINMM.NNNFourteen Imal aildrrn of the claimant' and to aw < price are ImmInent.Don" .
..rn to and presented .. aforesaid, 01 H
CHCBCII OF GOD members of our chapter i ..10. will .b* ba.r.... BM action Hi of the quibble about price.
and adviser visited loss Prnhit Act. Don't waiL I
our Tampalast
I Date t.bru.r IAD. 1930. f
Homestead-60S N. W. First week and participated InState I GEORGE: H. TODD, Buy now.

avenue; Rev. J. T. Coplln paitor F. F. A. Day there on A. Ancillary Lxwutor, of the Lost You'll thank me for this suggestion .
Will and Testament of Jana J. Todd], !
Sunday school at 9:45 a._m.;; urday Feb. 4. -Nearly four sat-I I slim Mr*. Jana J. Todd. Dmurd. a few month hence :
preaching at 11 *. m. and 7.49y. : sand members from chapters First publication on F.b to, loss.I I
I I..b. 10. IT. 141 Mar. Si II. A. Cameron !
Y. P. at 7 children'smeeting
m.; junior ; over Florida were guests of the I

at 7 In parsonage. Prayer fair' managementAllan I EVERY COMFORT I NOTICE TAX DEKD.OP APPl.lrATION Fll. N. S.MI FOR I II I

meeting, 8 p. m. Wednesday. Harford, Cecil Parker and IWa a4n. Bnpraai tool hi constituted bet .a downtown toraaaaeta.. Ever, Company holder aa ...I.n.. of Stat and 111.II ft. to ....In Moarwixidl' The tai.a ,
Estll Lee our team entered I
j Tan Certificate Numbered llta. .
County ba cold avldanoad Nn.IH2I
CHURCH | to ore br Certificate
with kik aad
OF THE NAZARENE In the beef cattle judging lhWM. aoH rH*. doted the olh day of A...... A. D. IMS of IOU and represents axes for the j
ndaa Cnry Wd paw kuMrapraif >M* haa filed said C.nlflcal In offlr and I
; mr raara 1021 to 1020, both Inolualva amount.In
Homestead The> Rev. W. J. contest; Dean Sickle Willia Vickl I w .< Mdlae lama iaaalat krormju I haa mid* application for tai dead to torn to 17.11.
Parker Sunday school at and Bill Hampton represented ui,4 wart as ,racy flow. thmoa In accordance with law. Said OrItlflcat L* IT. Blk I. Boxwood llama aa begin /
pastor. nucxDCOCXTAA ambracM the following described XVI. ft.. W of NK nr Tract I, run W 1
V:45 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. 1"1 the fruit and vegetable exhibit] I property, situated In Cad County Florida 40,52 ft. III.IS ft.. B 411.II ft. to begin I
judging contest; and Charles Deh.) ad COTTTt tUOf ''to-wit ILot R and N. Y. P. S. and i
7:30: p. m.; Ac-n 9..POONO Hab B. Block I, Plat of ofHarding. dented br Certificate No. IKt of lOTt and
rens, Harold Hampton and H. A.iAman ... ........ t
Juniors meeting at 0:30 p. m. MOTH rAtllH f NOIIL CltOTO a Subdn. Plat' Book pan 4. .n. agog for the ream IOU to less
were entered In the poullry | In the County of Dad., (tali of Florida. both amounting to 17Lota ue. 1
Prayer meeting Wednesday * Th. of said proprty under II to II and 14, Blk I 1. Rnwwoodllama
7:30 p. m. judging contest. Other inembtrs th* Certificate' Issued man In Ui. name of r ai begin HI 4 ft. W of NE nfTrart I
I who attended F. F, A. Day '! 'I John Scott Unto Mid C..U....* .hall I. run W ItU OS ft. III.I ft., R
''he _mod according tfl law, tan d *d I 114.OH ft.. N \III.I ft to begin and brain '
PHnccton-the Rev. E. P. Cowen I Ipaltor. were: Phillip Reams, Richard ) will Law on Uw Ith day of March, at NW our III. ft K :
Sunday school at 945 Ball, George Crunwell, Walter''I A. D. I9SI.I. 44 H ft.. N III.:1J.t: fu to bnlnl.Th. I. .
and 7:30 .... thlc I.a d., of r.b'....,. A. D. taxes to b. ; by fw.tlflrau .
preaching at 10:45 a. m. : Rutzke and Rex Romine. 1999 No. rat of lull and nprmnula i
p. m. Junior meeting at 0.30; younlpeople's Results of the Judging contests E. D. LEATHERMAN. >aa for the ream 1920 to 1919, both lit.
(Ivrk of Circuit Court, elunlva, amounting to 17.III.
meeting at 630.: Prayer were not announced Saturday be. Dad. County, Florida. Lou ia and 15. Blk 1. Roaawoixl The
meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. ,, cause the grading of the placlngs ONLYMONKEY (Circuit Court Scalp, taua to ba cold ara evidenced by C rtlflraUNo 1
By N. C RTERRETT: D. C. I Mtl of 1121 and rrprawnta lot, for
EPISCOPAL I I made by the various teams could F.h 1. In It, 24. Marca I. the ...... 19180 1019. birth, 0,
not be completed that day, Winning amounting to III.10. 1
i NOTICE nr PALE nr TAX Lou I to 7, Illk I. RiKtwood iStmr aibwln I
St John's-S. E. Second avenue II team and Individuals In thevarious IN THE U.S. CERTIrlCATEHApplkalLn I at SW cor of Tract I. run F. l>. 11is.NisafLwsa9.lsft.aIIIato ,
N.. IMIrJ'tlr. I to
and Fourth street Homestead. I contest will be announced
I. hereby *l".. that Ernest P ,' brain I Howwood The also u be mild, art f
Geo. N. Wakefield, lay reader. ,. from the state supervisor's offKj R. I'.rlall,,'.., for the owns. has filrdnh rvUlrnrad by Cartlflrato No. tlltl ..f 1D2I
Are rc.eM.'s Mnk.r.n s m. written request that the tag and represents taxes for the y 101 M tint. !
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.; morning as soon a* possible. Juncle Drive West I"ho win .lubwqtwnt omlti..H, both Iti.luilv. an.ounllne I.' 113, 0. .
prayer at 11.METHODIST. I f/r.t road month of ,,r a..,.".d tares Inrluitma the year 1910, bold Lou a to 101, IIlk I. Ro.sw.wd ,Rome a. I
I Priors, a s M 18 I.Hsnna.d by tW State. be advertised and old to the all Tract I 10M .begin .1 IW 0'or .f Treat
Highway.Ar hiirhnt. bolder for cash .. provided by '! 5, run E 11115 ft., N 131.5 ft. W 30911ft. !
EPISCOPAL For results use Leader- h.ptvr I : of the 1HI7 Asa of the U I a begin Roc.nwd. The text. ,o be
I I lilinirv', upon the following described real cold am evidenced by Corttfk... N. filii lof
Florida City Community Church Enterprise Classified Ads ...... In the County of Dade, SUM of I logo and r.promnts tatm fur the year IUU
.. .. I IL. ....
Florida, .- .It! a 1939. both 1..luel.. .untl.. 10
-the Rev. C. G. Nelson, pastor, -.' ..t 1, Blk I. RM.WOM. Sam. a. begin, UII.70.
Church school at lit a. m.; preaching at SW Pop of Tract I, run N III r E 4Mft Said an ....III...... together with ..11.ubsgwnt
.. B 111 I ft., W d. 4. ft. to .brain emitted or levied ages will be
at 7:30 p. m. Midweek prayers w.....,. 7 he team to h* said ore ..( ib..l, told 10 the highest bidder at the Court
and Bible study Wednesday at br tlfloata No. lOll of loss and ni... I HN.e t. Miami on the lath day of r... !
ona ass for the seam IllS" Uti, 9.11 r....,. lelO, beginning .t the hour lit too
730.: Intlo"h.] om..n.ln.0 11.0. o'cl'k a. or m .saa thereafter m the
Lola I to II, Hlk 1, Rowwoodl fW.l ubniln some may :; reached a due count. I
Redland Community Churchthe at BE nor Tract I run N III.IS ft. Dated at".Id.hie" the 11th
i is W Ml 21 ft. a 111 I ft, I III.II ft la day of January. f
Rev. C. G. Nelson pastor. I FOR Ruwwoodl' Th uses ta be sold nr* L H: LEATHERMAN. 1
Church school at 10; preaihlng at *..Ido.," by wtlftcau No. IIM of IU2 lUrk Circuit Court.
and rrprwMla axes for the years I MI to Dade County, riorlda.
11. Epworth League at 8:3il. Midweek 1089. both ....oo.U.0 111 M (Circuit Court Mal) .1
prayers and Bible study Lola II and II, Ilk I. RoMwood) I 18... aabnln By JNO. FENNO D. C
II04' W of NX our of Tract 1. run Published 1-17, ..S. Id leI.
Thursday at 7:30.: I

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Real Estate General Insurance
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11 R. E. Reed < 4 VV VJI NOTARY PUBLIC ;

.Radial u... Jtvt South at W" meet maiCorderJyUieprices"!

! .c-a.) Palm DriveHomestead 25 P'leler Street il naf8t." Cora Palm Are. aid Ave. D Florida Cify, Fla :

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1 _\':lite\ Twelve THE LEADER-.NTRRPRISE Fridav February 10. 1939

All America Marks 29th I : HEINZ HEINZ

Boy Scout Anniversary Ketchup Baby

lg. bottle Food

3 tans
18c ,
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Q-4 1

} ti HK5 TQ .
1 4 Pillsbury Flour 20-ib.bag 79c

SUIVSWE EAT LIKE Chase & Sanborn


PRUNES 2-lb. pkg. .. 21c

[ Tomatoes 3 ig. cans 190 lb. 25c

MILK Any Brand 20c No. 1 Cans
3 tall cans _c-;

Kellogg's 2 for 25c

CORN FLAKES, 2 pkg. 15c
No. 2 Cans

GRAPE JAM 2 L.:.JAR 8. Z9c 23c

Lnw"H'TU II Aw/wr.. Miracle Whip
Tins potter,showing how"Scouting Carries Oa American Ideali".
I of Boy Scout Week from: Feb.I to 14. marks the 29th in.niverury EGGS CLOVERBLOOM 28c
of the Incorporation of the Boy Scouts of America. 39,750 SIIIPrED-DOZ.
,Boy Scout Troops, Cub Packs and Sea Scout Ships I now Include Salad Dressing
,U33.950 boys and men. a membership gain of better than 13% In
the pan y ar. Sine* the beginning of Scouting |in America MOO.OCXX
I 1oya,sad_atu hive beta.identified with the Movement.
Crisco or Spry caA! 57c Qts.nnu39c

Wheaties, 2 pk. 211.
Corn Kix, 1 pk. Ole i jli


Whole Grain SUPER SUDS
-RICF ('" ""g sox) SOAP
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5 Ibs. 19c
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MEDIUM 3 for 17

Corned Libhy's Beef OCTAGON SOAP..Srat 21c OCTAGON CLEANSER.3rot 12c
Can ___u_ 17c OCTAGON CHIPS ....2'01, 19c OCTAGON TOILET SOAP.3ree He
gt; ItiHfailAlMas/ .

II FREE ...Meat Items..

Bowl Utility with TvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvVw : :......

MONDAY, I, Ilrre'a a date to keep! 1&'. a dateFeh.13 each 20c Ib. GA. SMOKED BACON, lb. ... 22c

8n that Hill bring you thrills and laughs,
,I drama and action, entertainment I'ORKAPPLES Breakfast Bacon SLiCED-LB. 31c

.. dfA'and t'nlightt'nmt'Dt. It'a a date for

.;/J everyone,young or old. Rt'DlmIJer WESTERN

rout. .IINO PAMILY .the'll never' forget 5lbs. _n_u_.. 19c CHUCK ROAST. lb-----------25c
vows 1IiNDI the shots.Tf .

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lib.Can _______ lOc



MDfCITOM. 3 cans ........ 25c

Portable Hedrto and Acetylene Wtldlax.Cylinder Block
CrtMtor, Heats,Alnmlnttn Castings a4 Itollen.AvtoBMtlT. KILLED COUNTRY MOLL

bearing pMirtnf.MacUW and llvM4 aJrtq-c&lertD'rMmIn, MuecUnf to garages red poorim la mala r FRYERS,,,lb. ....t.?...__ 35c I
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