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 17, 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
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33835104 ( OCLC )
AKP5867 ( NOTIS )
sn 95047482 ( LCCN )

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. ROOMS FULL, Telegram From Two Mayors Invites FLORIDA CITY TO BE IN GALA .

President to Tour Area


President of the United States,

ATOSCORES Washington, D C.
I On behalf of the citizens of Florida City, Home-

stead and the Redlands the sincere
we express t
One Place Reports 25 in
One Night Unable to hope that you may find it convenient to make a THE WEATHER Departure for Key West
tour of the important vegetable and fruit-pro- I via Oversea HighwaySet
Get Lodging 'h.--;
OfflrUI ".. .( the a.Mraleat
ducing area north of Florida City the only sub- for 8:30:: ,
Eu..rlMtnt soil.., H.....u... HorU
OVERSEA ROAD LURE tropical agricultural section of this country. I t

II E L D RESPONSIBLE The avocado and Persian lime groves of the : reb.Date 10. M.i 83 Min.63 30.14 Du. : .0.1 CANAL ENROUTETOPANAMA FLEET GAMES

Redlands as well as twenty thousand acres of win- Feb. 11 83 63 (13022
Overnight Stops on Wayto Feb. 12. .. 83 64 I
ter vegetables are not visible from the railroad, but About Island
Key West and Back Feb. 13 ... | 83 158 3024 Fishing City
lie within a half hour's drive of Florida City. We I
Feb. 14 ... 83 56 '30.IS I and Tortugas Slated w
Tax FacilitiesThe feel that a brief tour of this area will give, you a Feb. 15 .. I 187 lIlT ;30.05 First, However i

new picture of the agricultural possibilities of a Feb 18 .. I 60 30.18 -
three hotels of Homestead
and Florida City art tilled to overflowing county that is not only the nation's winter play. I Florida City: catapaulted Into ;

and night after night have ground, but also a vast source of winter fruits and LOCAL CITIZENS prominence as the southernmost ;I
e vegetables.On community In the United State t
been forced to turn away applicants I

.. for accommodation aimany behalf of the citizens of Florida City, Home- FEEL MALL] TO that can be reached by railroad t
aa 30 and Si several nights stead and the Redlands, we also welcome you to will in preparation put on gay for decorations the arrival today of I

In lucceuion. Florida and extend best wishes for a happy va- EXPIATE CRIME the President of the United States
In Florida City. Mra. Joe Tor- cation. tomorrow morning A professional

else the, co-operator Palms Hotel with attributes her husbandof the EDWARD STILING, Mayor of Florida City, Fla. Al the tl"-'W.; :' near for decorator Mayor from Edward Miami Stillng was engagedby after

1 influx to the tat -TOM HARRIS Mayor of Homestead Fla. I conference with members of the
unprecedented: : Franklin Pierce McCall to go to ,(

pending and visit the of attendant President publicity Roosevelt Florida City, Fla., Feb. 16, 1939. the electric chair for the kidnapingof I I I town council.Mayor Tom. Harris of Homedstead i

Florida City has received.: She "Skeegle" Cash In May of last Joined with Mayor Staling :
this year, residents of the Redund; yesterday In a telegram to President i
27 night
had to turn away one I i I
week. PLANS FOR GYM II. II, S. Basketeers Play \I 1 District, of which Princeton an Roosevelt inviting him to ;
In Homestead, Mrs. Quisle Ponce de Leon Tonight integral community, are unperturbed -!I make a brief tour of the winter .
; at reports of last-minute vegetable and fruit producing !sections I
Joiner, operator of the Hotel Seminole .
laiCT that the overflow has BUILT BY WPA Homestead- High bas-I I I attempts of hu lawyers to take an of the Redland District it
Tonight the court of the
appeal to hit schedule should
supreme permit
been going oji for two or three \leasers-both vanity and B teams''\
weeks. She Has sent guests to all United Slates I The President's special train
-will Ponce de Leon
private hofces that might have SHOWNTO ROTESTentative High Citizens here feel that when 10, will arrive In Florida City at i
School in the local gym. The B
o'clock comes next Monday morn- 5 30 to
: a. m. Saturday. according
Uut there not
tlare) room are ac- Boniest will start at 7:30: and the
Ing McCall will expiate his crime announcements made yesterday
oromodallon \ or all i
Varsity is
'The Influx is seasonal of course, sketches and! plans for 815.: engagement Redland beat scheduledfor Ponce of kidnaping and killing the child After breakfast on the train, thepresidential
but this ;year it Is greater than a gymnasium with seating capacity 33-32 Tuesday Redland. I I I he had played with and whose purl I party will leave tf
ever, she says.; She attributes it to for 630 persons, a regulation bas Homestead H I II h'l basketball ents he called friends I automobiles at 8.30 for the trip I II
Transfer of title to a pick-up to Key West the Oversea I
the fact that this is the first full
ketball court AND NO POSTS to squad defeated DeLand High 32-20 I
truck by HcCa.ll to his fatehr-In- Highway, construction of which
the Oversea has :
season Highway and Bolles Technical at Jax }
block out view of the game from It 3423on \
been in operation. People atop the road trip that began Wed- law, Joe Milliard respected along the old roadbed and bridgesof
overnight on the way south and spectators, were exhibited to the nesday and ended of lost Princeton resident, was held up the F. E. extension was
Saturday here this week because McCall made by PWA loans and
engage rooms in advance for stop- members of the Homestead Rotary week. possible
overnight the back, Club ;| had signed the transfer Franklin grants approved by President
piiH on way Wednesday noon by Rotarian Tuesday on the Homestead court,
Mrs.Joiner said. Clarence J. Parmaa, Homestead the team defeated Lake Worth McCall Instead of F. P. McCall as Roosevelt It will be the first trip ;
At'the Hotel Redland the same architect, who U chairman of a 21-17. I IKO shown on the certificate. The made by any president of tile
conditions were found to hold true. Rotary committee that will urge 1 certificate was sent back to McCallby United States on the completed)' ,
Operators of all three hotels said I the county school board to sponsor air mail for corrected signature.The h'ghway'
they would welcome registrationwith a WPA project for construction of I truck belongs to Hilliard, The President Is on his way to
them of private homes that such a Building. QUARANTINENOW but the certificate, dated in January Key West to board a warship that
have rooms for rent. The building would be 155 feet 193S was taken out in MeCfcll will take him to view fleet maneuvers
Local real estate whose attention !'s name so that he could driveit which will center around
men by 96 Met, one and a half stories POSSIBLE :
'was called to the situation, high. "T'he court would be 48 by, without question in taking pro- defense of the Panama Canal
sold the housing well the duce to market. It was this same i'gainst possible attack The lest
as aa 84 feet, with five-foot space between
hotel room shortage has become i ir court side lines and the SAYS PRINCIPAL pick-up truck that MiXall used at time n president of the United
acute and that Ions-needed tourist seats Locker rooms, shower various times ifter the ilnaplng, States \isited Key West tot that I
hotel and a building boom must I rooms, and toilets-one set on when he was pretending to aid in purpose was m 1913 when Pre :
I inevitably come If this area is to one side for the girls and a let on Establishment of a county health the hum for the kidnaper In the dent Taft arrived there by woof >
continue to grow. the other side for the boys-are' unit would provide the necessary actual kidnapIng. hovMnti, he the newly-completed Oversee
provided, together with a doctor's Quarantine authority to controlthe traveled afoot with the baby 11 ilroad. and was taken to the
Local School TrusteesTo examination and first aid room, outbreak of an epidemic in the ------ Panama Canal in a battleship I
schools Baker M. Hindmnn The writer. n native Key Wester '
and office
an for the athletic director -
Be Elected March 7 c'pal of the Homestead and Florida CLEARING OF SITE end at the time a cub reporter In 1

The architectural beauty of the City schools, said Wednesday at knee pants for the old Morning I
The biennial election to select proposed building Is sketched by the meeting of the Rotary Club.' FOR FESTIVAL ONASDATENEARS Journal was present at the reception j
school trustees and to determine Mr. Parman without cost, was Under present Florida law, there for Mr. Taft at the home of ,
the number of mill of district tax praised by the Rotarlans. The 1s no quarantine regulation available Mayor J. N. Fogarty-and had the .
to be levied will be held on March committee will contact county but the law authorizing establishment bitter-sweet honor of being told
7, according to an announcementby school authorities as soon as of health units em- personally by the President that \
the Dade County Board of Public sible. poI- powers the unit heads to Issue \he regretted the cub's request to I
Instruction. quarantineregulations.. With the opening! of the accompany the party could -not be I
Candidates for the three-man His comments came In I discussion annual Redland District Fruit ranted because then were no !
board of trustees must be nomi- Episcopalians to nave of a motion made to recommend -| tival en Feb. 27 less than twoweeks more accommodations available i
nated by petition of five or more Service Monday Night to the board of directors; eft work of clearing the for "newspaper men."
persons qualified to vote In the passage of a resolution endorsingthe I ten-acre site on Eighth street On the way to Key West Pfllent .. t
election The petition must be, The Rev. Randolph Blackfordof establishment ef a health unit'preparatory te the erection of the Roosevelt will inspect the ,
: filed with the board of public instruction St. James Episcopal Church of The Lions Club of the Redlands., tents was begun this week. Pigeon Key Mining camp art 11 {
at least ten days prior to :Letiburg win hold if service faSt committed te push establishment, Civie clubs, the garden club and a. m. and lunch at the West Sum-
the election. John's Episcopal Church In ''of the health unity. Tuesday night parmt-taacher associations of this nierland Key CCC'camp at smm.
Eligible to vote in the election Homestead Monday evening,_Feb put out workers who will contact arM were today concentratingtheir Arrival In Key West I fa scheduled
are all qualified voters residing 20, at I o'celck. i all dvic clubs in the county and, efforts toward making festival For :2 p. m.
within the special tax school district After the service a reception for 'urge adoption of resolutions! displays outstanding bringing Col Edward Starling chief ef
who paid a tax on real or Mr. and Mrs. Blackford will beheld drafted by the Lions. The Home-' a record attendance that will the White House secret service, has
personal property for the year, : at the born of Dr. and Mrs. stead and Rsdland P. T. A.'. make the 139 anew historic asses la Florida City famlUartoingbumelf
text preceding the ;year of the :Frank Hausman. All members of pdopted the resolutions at a Joint The doting day of the festival, and his men with the Jo-
election. the church are invited. meeting last Friday night (Continued on Page Six) (Continue: on Page Three)


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1 Pace Two THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday. February 17. 19mII' :

Health Unit RecommendedBy i I the fifth aanual dIVeeet- 375 Bricks of CheeseOn PAY U Iml
County feh !
I rj he'd Sale at Franklin'sCheeae :) p I
the a..o<:lat.on. 4W.. Fkflerit f 4l"
: Local 1 P. T. A/s in Union Meeting I reel. ', and DIre uulIratuce c1ftp

W. H. Owens of GouM was'
the week-end display at P
.. and the was added. Mr*. Carl Undgreni I strong the director whew tem J. 11))
T' Homestead P. T. A. did not expire thai ,...... FnMicUn't raeery today and to-
Ri -! P T A..t. Joist rne0thg a* elected first vice-presidont I I In a talk to the member of the morrow. BDIVEIUaU lEan COIOPRIIV
Radland school auditorium a nd Mr John M. Brown second I Iwepreatdent I Mr Franklin bought 750 pounds
atJon. Ernest Graham. president -
Pd.> night paaaed a resolution v They will be in-|I l I of the Production Credit Corporation of special Kraft American brick
ru-r.mmendisa; to the county com- tailed at Badlands: March meet-,, of Columbia. S. C.. said. cheese In two-pound carton, and -=

n.v..oo n and the budget board U r.,. I of the .-;373 carton of cheese win be on
,-Ja health unit be eitabuahed in, Homestead attendance award "With the credit system and the display-and on sale! at a phenomenal i Redlands Cafe
production County. ;' rut won by 11,.. Gladys Cooper': ether unit under supervision of bargain, according to the price
This action was taken otter Dr. com and .Irs. Margaret May- the Farm Credit Administration quoted In the Franklin ad on the IS .V. E. FLACLEB AVE.
B E Oadln !had Hated that the ard'i, room. back page of this issue
Hkiiculture now a
1 : r<.i! Lieu dub It asking organl- An immense v. hite birthday cake I
suited to the credit need
I' effort to .as served with ranch at the close intern i -
act an
ut.oru to now
of the farm bwI....**." uty out of Tax Assessor Newt
unit tW The 0* the meeting. Dinner
ftihe heal h year. Lummus' office who will be at the SOc
mettead P. T. A. look. an activer
H I i TO GIVE Ala :.< F1LI.SOEXEMPTIONS Florida City town hall from 1 to t i I Plate Lunch.. 30c
,- working: for the health unit
In j jyear Feaster Owen Remain hall
: and at the Homestead city]
from 2 to 4.the.
On Farm Credit Hoard
T e auditorium was decorated Taxpa>ers v\\ have an oppor-
)IK!'. A. s.\noas. Prop.WANT .
flower in -,*' colon.n tunity to get help in out
.- and white. T A. Feaster cf Homestead was their, returns md in appli-: --- --,
hatVQ" a a a ME a aa aMaaaa-i i MMMa
M.D E. Baihor. president of i iRediand r elected a d recvr ,'. tree Mien c ticn for homestead exemption 9n
< P T. A and Pnnci-1 Production Cre
Carl WafMr welcomed the -- -- ---- -- ---- -- ---- -- --- .

:: -,e*>ad association and Hrs.Aircher. ; "

: Hoenealead president.

;'"iry. nor of of the the fajrty-founding cond of an-the, Gulf hunts the kind of birds that

'. Conga*** of Parent and !

r. >. -.ers. Mia EUnor Payne of the i iHe1 ."

And High School faculty pre-J 1 don't live in
*ei a pageant, T e Spent ofl cages :

Congeaw" :;.
T .* character to this pageant I

:.. Spirit of Prove Alma

.' c Strength, Mary I j t i
.f. Ruth Crawifcaw. Wand

Purpoe France Soper '
f Engel. Catherine Be'l. .

c timed Roberta Bury Ueg-

.' Hearing, Man Borgardn ;A NeLongdistance
Lloyd; Beauty. Dot>f
-. Dorothy Edward: V.s. >-
'.'">.:> Roger; Alaska. M.ITJ.T

r"ll. Dotty Louise H.irr

.' ..i.' Evelyn Oum n. Ct

FruiU Mare S-C

.1 Pope Barbara Vn ...-. J
McVicker. Bet> :M-- ,

.. ,'1'1 Henaungton. y,,,: i

i Andrew. Lf r... B .*?
: Mane Roger Samoa Li-
Teaate Tarben. KaVagner. .
AS. > ,
Dora leatt Helen
t' Margaret StUtman. Peggy

'.-.f-n. Bearer of the s.roll.Iar: >: f
( r.' Griffon; Bearer of the Torch.
I Jean Irwui. Man Rebecca,1
F -!ler of the Rediand faculty iJ.

(...-. ed the musical aocompamtnu 1

Sever*1 selections by the Red-
driving hatches out l>birdies chirps,
nd Sigh School band directed I
t> Uu Fisher preceded the qoeak and tatter. ia anboilT** car Get Good Gulf l

r.:teant Mr* Lillian Polk an- I! Lubrication and knock ',.. dead M only Golf can! Stop at

( jn,red the program numbers i the ant Gulf Mation-lool fur the Sign o(the Orange Dar.a .
T' e resignation of Mn Casper ,|

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rc- ...:3 5dciaUon rises a-epte'dl! J tw1A
tat add.tJonalt'pr ,. felt ttly nesT
SQW A4 so aACLr / Flat rnvmo nwcPUM OFF Air I WT 10"
T01/ CAN
r tIALx-sus tMM116. AMC MOH STEM Our W MEAaNS.fNDNG .

Used Cars TO tTL". i

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red -" .
7 .= $350 AM18 OMT Of1Y8

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g going DOPTti
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:ww .. $315 r7 ;

D. BIRD mi-1 1939 Ile..... to. Map: CARS walNID AND I'OUINID: Bann

3IOTOR CO. s Best touring asp of ......."1hooo. i.bea travel .,..... A I............... foC
"* .ch.., golf elub. fishiest data grade job'
orroMTC TAG tcocrMOM ; pouts ol intvmt; .i ijtfcma.>
UUMIOI Oil Replaces
Fail "Aaas .se's eiiwiCATr': A !........., oil silk fr...h. uw
novel mlir.i(fiat funutbr gems( Pus Pnw. ill tW risk soak ftrft
tour ealca. Spare for s><|MiMN fbrk dnrwn.
and wrtwee" agsataees,

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Friday February 17 1939 THE LFADER. ENTERPRISE __ Paw Three

I year. Analysis of the figures state i more than one mould be In prog.
FRACTUREOF | Community Chest to Provide Funds
by state, shows this manufacturer rep most of the time 1

In first place In all except two of For South Dade] Welfare Board WorkThe I The 23 were combined In the
GEORGE SWANTOMENDINCAST' the 47 states for which records ore
chest and the public is invited togve >>
available and Chevrolet
also led
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once for all, but enough for
|Iin the District of Columbia Dade Countcommunity tilt its and implication to remedythe till These agencies budgets \\ ,'re
i A sidelight on the company rUM, for which Notation; has I oversight caused by a changeof i approved by a committee oi I business i\
I I sales performance In 1938 li furn- tarted, will pro\ ide adequate: officers and personnel of the| men and women n hrq'...-
Ceo L. Swan, who fractureda ished by the fact that Its sales declined -. funds for the charities oft t he South I board Presidents of the Homestead sent the givers In their .", of
I only 38.8 per cent under Dude Welfare Board, of I II and
bone In his neck following a fall I composed Red'and Parent-Teacher receipts and expenditure. }
1137! dining a period when the mduf the mayor of Homestead the presidents associations through which tin
at hU home in Silver Palm Saturday "Acting In jour stead theseagencies' i
night, was ought home from| try as a whole showed an aver- of the Rotnrv and Lions Redland District welfare work Is will make your dullII' go ,:
the hospital Wednesday afternoonand I age.declme of ".7 percent I clubs and the commander of the chiefly carried out have been further than you could d? ,s iiI'utI '
I Since\ introduction of the 1939 local American Legion post asked to meet with Die board ",
I il resting as well an can be I I spending a fortune andI i I' .m
expected with his neck in a plaster models featuring new knee action I This assurance. given I }''* Other agencies Included in the army of assistant," corru iunlt) ;
cut and the exclusive vacuum gearshift -' teiday to Major Tom Harris by chest ait American Children's chest officials point out r",ley
Mr. Swan publisher of Swan's I with steering column control, Clias T Fuchi, Jr.. member of the Home, Associated Catholic Charities will care for the chilitun .'I i ";e
of increase
Cracker, president of the Redland I, percentage over. community chest executive com-] the Milk Fund Boy Scouts community housing them -i nil ng
District Improvement Association, corresponding periods In the 1038 rritlee, after attention had been! Children, Service Bureau Coco- them to school, finding<' nillot
and prominent grove had i model year has been mounting lolled to the fait that the I South I hut Grin e-COIIII Cables-Silver the orphaned making ,tJa..I.I little -
been confined at home owner with a I steadily month by month, the,/ figures 1:,de Welfare Bcaid had n'.t blen'' BluffSouth1ulI11: Welfare Btuird crooked limbs. The li"I 1 M
heavy cold lint threatened to develop I show They increased mote listed nr one of tin :.gene. Into pneumonia Seized with i'I, than dx per cent In Novemb,r, nanced, by the chest Day Nursery, Family Service Bureau that they may enjoy lecture ind
over the same month in 1937, mor
a fit of coughing Saturday night i I than 24 per cent In December and. I Community chest headquarters former:\ Shadows and Sunbeams talking pictures thililm II 110
while Mrs. Swan was out of the in Miami told the Lrndcr-Enter- ), Gul Scouts, Jewish Welfare cannot hear in school soon learnto :
room he got up and started for I I according In January to latest figures, 31 percent I Ii prlfe that non-oppearinre of the' Durum Miami Beach Welfare I lead the lips of their u',,erters!
the bath room in the dark and local welfare boards name In the Bounl! Miami Seamen Institute I and lead almost normal live
must have fallen when he Itum. 'list was due to the fact that noI I I Negro Welfare Federation, Unfortunates of even typo are
bled against the foot of the other!i) I formal application and budget estimate Salvation Army, S E. FLa Chll- given shelter and food end employment
Led in the room PRESIDENT j had been filed, but that'I II diens Home Society, S. Florida la found for them Fam- I
His head struck the floor with I needs of the board could be filled Crippled Children's Society, Inc.. problems, those of children especially ,
such force that he was rendered I (Contlnued-i;;Page One) from a contingency fund established I I Social Service Exchange, Society are given considerationand I
unconscious, and he remained In chic In order to protect and facIli-( In the chest budget for just' for Hard of Hearing\ Travelers Aid a solution is sought Youth
this condition for some time Later, tate the President's movements such oversights Society, Y. M. C. A, and Y. W and aged and ill persons ore assisted .
however, under the Influence ofa after his arrival Similarity In|I A meeting of the South Dade I' C A on arrival and in their de
sedative previously administered.renunciation of his name to that I Welfare Board has been called for In Dade County 102 agencies (Continued on Page Ten)
by his wife he slept for two hours of Mayor Edward Stilings has 8 p, m Monday in the city hall of submitted their budgets and asked i
but when he awoke complained ofT brought the mayor to the long Homestead to draft a budget es.I for admission and support of the I iI
terrible headache. X-ray pictures distance telephone once or twice community chest Of that number I
taken at University hospital I when the secret service chief was I sel for the highway commission 23 were found to lie within the Cafe
Coral Cables Monday followinghis wtnted I I and Warren Smith. in charge of scope of the chest as outlined b)' Tropical
removal there revealed the I An official welcoming committee publicity the policy committee Others
fractured neck bone The pictures -i appointed by Governor Cone I I I Southbound Oversea HighwayI many of them entirely estimable, t doors north of city hall 1
revealed also that the same will have breakfast on the Presidents .I I truffle will be held behind the} were found to have other means of IIOMISTEAD, FLORID !
bone had been fractured at some train at Florida City and' presidential party. support endowments memberships I
time before and Mr. Swan remembered preceded by an escort composed of|I In Key West President Roosevelt etc.Should Regular dinner 50c
that he had once suffered Sheriff Coleman and 20 of his|I will make his headquarters In the chest fail, the 23
Plate lunch 33c
severely following a fall deputies together with two radio'I the naval station while he fishes II III agencies would continue the 23 an-
from a horse in California years patrol cars, will accompany Mr m the waters around the Island nual solicitations-more than two
ego Roosevelt on the trip to the Island end Dry Tortugns for several days I per month the year round, and few !Hiss Ruth eteffanl and :Mrs.
After the fracture had been set city. Additional escort and protection before boarding the warship for of them could confine their cam I Florence Kercado. Props ir
and the plaster cast put In place] will be provided by state Panama I ptlgns to two weeks therefore
Mr. Swan was brought home so highway patrolmen and primarily -
that he might be under the per-'I'. the secret service
sonal carewof Mrs Swan who before i. On the welcoming committee .
her marriage was a graduate ere Mark Byron, II, son-ln-lcw
rurse I of the governor and advert :j
director of the Oversea HUhv '1'i
CIIEVROLETlED 'i Former Senator John P Stoke;
I Former Mayor E. G. Sew ell of
I Mlirnl Mnyor Willard Album of

IN REGISTRATION K"\ West, Parks Glover, Alexander ,
Orr. Jr., Paul H. Mark coun

7TH TIME IN 1938Detroit r. KtRls 3

Fch 16 -For the seventh -, G & L Lq4
time in the list eight years.
Chevrolet led In passenger car registrations HOOFING CO.:
in 11/13, figures for all
states except Wisconsin, revealed
today I
During W. F Hollcra fifth yearas Johns Manville to
general nl I"s manager. Chevrolet Bonded Roofers
took first place both In passenger -
cum and trucks leading the !
field by more than 100,000 units. SHEET METAL CRWTSMEN: : A
according to the records for the

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Done Promptly T.. act In."." .. nr vary'. Mhlklt .f Imported tot CHEVROLETScome
e a ._..tle ilk u4 other traplnlrovffns ,

to Florida by train !!
Just South of G. & L. ROOFING CO.

Coconut Palm DriveHomestead N, E ritk M. t Phone 1-ISTI I i iI
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I I jHJKpLjM Chevrolet long ego alien your rrw low.prireil cart take it a
***TisBsr** Boned the dn...*wsy hevrolet: and be sure of uiohrtioaChnrrulm's .
method of delivering automobile to higher qiulitr and lower
I ; 41..1_ The drive.away car beet all prides have made It the mont popular
II the liaiards of the highway, goes y : car of the year-and, best of all pow
II I through the critical "break.IB" \ can be absolutely mire that you g't
period la the hands of an unknown / what you pay fur, with all its famous
I driver and Comes to you with part of ../ features notify u they lift tkr lout
the tire and engine mileage* pay lox iforeugA-JpJiV buprctlan at thf/actory,
I, i (oa* fcnr r. It U a aW eat b every So pat you money lo the Mint
t tt SHU of the word. B MI>M QmtolrtbrlwTM You're the FIRST to buy la tU bwf>rlos field the ta
tI t, yon an mlilliN to a genuinely you know b now and right the.
I now ear. dwrrolets are MpptJ, mat drive your new car ear that America has placed first
drives,from factory to you h wk kcaiw* "Cbrtnikt's the
; G. R. OLDENDORF & CO. Way take any chance whom jo* boy ChoIee,"


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Pare Four THE LEADER NTERPRISE Friday, February 17, 1939

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I THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE I I II Bl f LOPiPA JtiStf UJNfAH 1 Homestead Girl Scouts ,...... .. .-.... ...... I I By ARDEL: PAEMAN
ae no a..tb D" P.Iieki.S c. .1

CYPIMSS SICI:4CUJAllg ouiFe I I At the Homestead Girl Scout
GQ.20ENS -
: max ascass -- ...,.. to : meeting Tuesday afternoon, Wilds
WINrrl2J1AV N, \1"1,1 rft I Battt and Louise Robinson
__ ., ._.t. Utter WAS NO MORE THAN ( fJJtu t I Invested Into the troop.
fOfffST OMYA '
.j | It was decided to award the
ffW YfAffS A60. TODAY : f I
-.Jh ;
I to
| a
camp girl whoI
aat..d r ..Nessd d.ft ago .soar 17f W44M40WRAMMWAMAEAU1YJil9Ts1tMADfr.,-1 :, .. #/ r
the tI'l<. .t I had never attended camp before
s II'" M Ml / .. I
., '
a..a..L rUrltt. mtH Ito art 1 1n..a providing she Is selected
S .. im Aro'f of FI"lIQA"J .. fi according
MOST / O/ / AG f!! !! :, 'tjaATT ''to) her merits and work for the
: : I A O ;: ; past year.The .

b Pt wmurnoi c-Mr !' RATES. ..." I scribe Ii Invited to I tea
( i : and a tour of the newspaper plants
o tau. w iw. r...tChildren 'I."
,11 II 'in Miami
---1 II1 The troop will camp at Ojui over
tl\ the week-end 6.
I -.- on April Each
: in Court A HAM VO:ruviePfO I girl Is to bring written permissionfrom

Its Judge :Malcolm. lUlfleldtNMIIOIXSOME /MO LU7WMOIL( OfClOOM her parents stating that she
! -
.. .. iLA4"F .
-- 6OwN6 IAI J #fAArY.4rVAOWfric may go.The
LL/ORTNf 1 TNF//lAEMAKmUS-- next meeting will be hell .
: RECREATION: t F1AV T A1ACA' XZ04 DFOr at Monkey Jungle Poinsettia patrol -
I ,, :
It AS aveos renosr
) will meet with
Saturday Mrs
When schools are dosed during OQLANOO ST//K/Itl'G nvH.J !
Skill to work on Its part of the
vac .t Lon time It IS necc ,n for' "
purr'':' to exercise t pm-t.i," '1:1' the days camp of Bauhlnla

lime, ser their hilrlrr, ev patrol Dora Scott cooked a one-

pot meal The menu consisted of
wan III keep them out :fT r
ilumgulllon crackers, lettuce and
., -
many mother r- :epern
4 mayonnaise. and some mores
to ,d',. '' .'
I minors coked over the campfire for deist

time ,t search of '11J'u; ve 4 ,
amw. meMo Then w her -, KI Leaf molds of the spathodea tree

diufi'trr find recreation .. ,.- were made. 1 1
One-half of the girls made trails
t on;,I!If places and >Uii". .ia.i <'itlv ?> compass, grass rock and twigs.

bring disgrace to the famih uc; They were followed by the remaining

parents all too otter Mimi ,'ver\ girls "

one except themselves old I The girls constructed and prac-
tIed their part of the play. Dora
all possibilities of ,I ,acitijr" >*nd..
Scott was appointed stage director
Inn in disaster, the wine parents!I : Marlon Edmonds property

should remain alert constantly manager: Eloise Robertson an.

and not relax their watchfulness j) ncuncer; Margaret Stillman costume

even for a single hour I It director: Patty Robinson
curtain manager: Louise Robert
-i 1 I. ton entertainment director All

;;, t llllillUTAlllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII the city beautiful and Its citrus members will act as stage hands.
FROM OUR MAIL BOX and I The camp site was Inspected and
agricultural possibilities must ,

20 Years Ago: | grow in greater Importance as I; Mayor trrangements T. J. Harris were to made reopen with the

Civic Pride and Faith Will Build a CommunityEditor | those who live among us realize the I II I ramp

I full value of public interest in the ."
ammlmnmunrlulnlnulmliuuuu/ / / and and that toll I '
Leader-Enterprise: health-giving our
affairs of their city and county Rev. E. L. Nelson Accepts
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resident said it productive la unquestioned but
One of our winter Our m.n.1
present art
"' ._ "' of P N.ft"aa..r I
i ..e.aa..e .mr. 5.. less.r to me the other day: I what about the lack of activity l I Among them are a hospital of 23 I North Carolina Charge
IM a..iw F1.0" a..w ..adwr. 1 I _
.... If lets, ..... W 1_ "Homestead should be I teeming suggested by our visitor? I find beds and a hotel where the tourist
.- will find modem accommodation I I The Rev. E. L. Nelson, pastor of t
hive of activity and Its gospel I that most of Florida municipalities the Homestead
I and conveniences, a hotel with II Presbyterian it
health and oppwluiuty should be are busy weaving their fabric Church hat accepted a call to the ;t
4 Feb. 1J. Ill* ,I I tropical setting and an atmosphereof ,
I heralded over the width and into I finer and better texture of genteel environment. Our great pastorate the Dillmgham Prey f
.The Redland Citrus Growers breadth of the tend for here YOU civic advancement and betterment need for 'a federal building it moat byterlan Church of Dillingham N. ;

Association was organized at the: have much that other section of while we here lag along In the important 10 to this end the city C. He will begin work In his new

laboratory at Redland on Saturday the country do not enjoy But you shoddy cloth of the slattern. government the chamber of commerce charge on the first Sunday In

night last John M. Reticker wai1'' must inject that fine spirit of personal Here In Homestead and In the and every organized body AprilTurner's.

elected president H. L. Cook. v'icepre pride and interest in what,I Red lands one finds culture and refinement should get behind this movementand

.lent and A. R. Pratt, secretin you have among Its people and a urged upon the postmaster

I and treasurer The above. I asked him what his observations hospitable welcome" Is extendedthe en'r..l 1, through our r ngre>"IUI',1, Funeral Home
: With V J Sneckenberger and E. A. and suggestions for improvement stranger chivalrous characteristic representatives the need for this
9 Carter constitute the first board were He repliedou of the South-but when the building, ; for only by the combined UURlBl'r.A: %CE SERVICE

of d.rectors There was a good have a God-given blessing of a need for civic interest arises our efforts of us all rm we expc'.t Lady Attendant

attendance at the meeting and 271' most wonderful climate. the finest, citizens take too much "time out" action Phone S64-R 1I'lII'ested. Fla.i .
.'rs became members, for health I know of and the
grow representatig tonic for political discussion while ourmuchneeded BENJAMIN W. MORRIS 1 i
I approximately 33.000 boxesof nearest approach to a guaranteefor i project suffer-that

I j fruit ." i longevity The only other is what the stranger meant when -- -- .-- ,
} -"The $-H club will have a large place where I have lived where the ''h. said ")'cu must inject that i

I exhibit at the Dude County Fair. I climate is similar to yours U the spirit of personal pride and Interest 10 Lessons on j ;'
, Committees have been appointed Hawaiian Islands. mid-Pacific outpost in what you have"

: to look after the different exhibits t: of the United_ States and : Homestead is destined to become I
Mndames Beadier I Livingston and called the Paradise of the Pacific,' ; '.

Must will have jellies, jams, mar-I but." he continuedvou hive ill HOW TO GET
mal, den and Prl'oIClIn charge; I I and much more that these! enchanting WELLI

Mrs Edwards md Mrs Lehman islands possess so why NEWT G. BALL I
will look after pickles Lena Fuchs not display your goods to pubLc': STAY WELL
and Mrs Karl Morton will hare gam.- ;
the i egeUibles I pressed him for his suggestionsH I

Thomas Tlieui. who was In- .' hesitated a moment and said
Juroo, at the Farm Life School by I Well I might offer a few:sugges-I Fire Insurance and
Vie explosion of chemicals in the sacra and much criticism 3

luboratory. It is repotted, will lose refrain. from making them at this I Kindred Lines

the sight of one eye but it H hoped time: I wa gvaerally impreoej; Classes] will meet at the residence of Mrs Tom
it will be possible to save the by what he said and he left me I

other c>e." with plenty of wholesome food for 35 \. Krome Ave Baird, 1385 North Krome Ave., Homestead.
I from our con-
thought gained
-"Jem &per who baa been in
\'tl'llatJOIhat we needed a better First lesson at 10 :Monday' Feb. 20.
France, U expected home this a. m. ,
I vorPa
esprit de among our people '
wevk as his company will be dia-
and those who govern our city affairs I / ; Thereafter on
charged' from Camp Mcrall la a
and to I concluded that if we
few days I
are to build a better and greater
WW. C. Mead of Florida City and city that It would be wisdom if we I i MON.-WED.-FRI.
Uirth Belle ides of Princeton i listen to t"on the outside looking -
were united In marriage on Saturday in.That, I
evening in Miami. They are > b 3:00 to 4:00
our climate It Invigorating I p. m.
living in Florida City where Mr
Mead it farming (Florida City). .l s
: These 10 lessons include 20 of the most essential
_"The newly organized grow era EXPERT RADIOREPAIRING :

association and Tuesday held meetings nights on of Monday this- (: factors that go to make for health, success and

week to discuss organization plant The Laundry Frees I happiness. All 10 lessons for $5. Conducted by
definite plant have
Although no
Prompt service on Mrs. Housewife
been arrived at It sf believed that i I
th* association will twill a pecking makes specializing on LAooItr .... w -fp .-....... i

bout. M x 71. as a CMtrally automobile radios .M1isaw.0-a..6.n do r r" al.Ma ISM i i MRS. H. H. BAUGHAN .
115--1" w M -. .
located spot Florida City). .... t.r
.eta r
_Walter McVlrker who was L Ca Dodd ... .. ,.". .. .a.w.....wrys.e.... i I OF ATLANTA AND DILLARD, GA. I

severely Injured in a chemical explosion -
at the Farm Lit School Ftowvn BUg IIOIESTEAD"
Thursday last to lmpro\ing ." tleal.ateaFiestas LAUNDRYaoxa u 1385 NORTH KROME

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February 17, 1930 THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Papa Five L

'.......r "' 1! found Mrs. Waller is quit II poet. I We missed those who vi, id ab-
Broad Market for Grapefruit Bread I sent and hope they plan to stay
I I Redland. Girl Scouts W. are considering making exhibits
next Tuesday.
Seen Certain as Restaurants Begin Use .... ANN gHACKU.rOED. I I l for the fair.
--- -- It was decided that we Changs s
Tik! Tall!
Lakeland, Feb. 18. (Special- outlet for citrus" We met for our meeting after our meeting day to Tuesday. Will\
"Yes the smallest things seem to
- With many hotels, luncheonette* Many housewives already have I missing two meetings We were all the members of Troop Eight
I to welcomo Mrs. Waller take notice* upset my wife. The other day the
and other outlet beginning to us< formed a habit of asking for very
grapefruit bread, development of abroad i grapefruit bread and steady spread back.We Those present were: Rosemary was doing a crossword puzzle and
market loomed as almostcertain of its use Is expected. One al I made a scrap-book for the Hennlngton, Kathleen Wagner, she asked me, 'What Is a female
In this new product Bakers Is understood to be planning orphans at Kendall by clipping pictures Ann Shackleford. Gloria Woodruff sheep" I said, 'Ewe'and she burst
are making In Tampa, Lake bread containing one ounce of from magazines and writingour Teddy Spurbng, Mrs Waller. .
land and Orlando, and those In grapefruit juice and one ounce of own verses beside them. We! and a visitor, Kenneth Greer. Into tear*. -Wall St Journal.America's
other Florida communities an orange juice. Experiments
evincing an Interest which Indicates are being conducted to determine"
a gradual spread In the very other commercial bakery products 11
near future I' where citrus Juices could be util- aDmigm jjgo( Eff@(26

Tampa has given unusual accep- ized.The
tance to the new bread, and some citrus commission explainedto
hotels there already are tiling It. Inquirers that there would be no
Others Indicate they intend to do danger of grapefruit bread being
10 shortly Luncheonettes In some affected by the end of the fresh
chain stores are serving It, and fruit season, because the bread Is
plans are In progress for publicizing made from grapefruit juice which Beloved
.. Its use. The Florida Citrus has been fully processed In a cannery ., Most Composer
Commission Is urging the use of Canned juice is available
special posters and other methodsof throughout the year The com I of rolh SonqsIs
letting the public know that mission os offered its scientific j
grapefruit bread Is being served resources to bakers of grapefruit -
It It urging that the public be educated bread and It Is understoodthat ;
to the fact that by puchasin the bakers themselves also i
grapefruit bread, the states biggest are having tests made of the new iI
Industry will be materially product. Such research is necessarily V21. I
assisted slow however and It may I II Pit
While the bread now being pro- take some little time for facts to I
duced Is excellent In taste and fully be developed. '
equal to white bread In all respects,,I "We have carefully refrained
according to those making it, they from making any extravagant
admit freely that they have not health claims for the new product STEPNEN POSTER
yet worked out a final formula. one baker said, "and we are depending AS A AOY z7 ,aWE
Experiments are being conducted I on the public's acceptancefrom
by bakers and the bread Is being the standpoint that It Is SOUTHERN ifr' era
.,' constantly Improved, always how- equally as good as ordinary white EME FOR HIS SONGS
ever, retaining the two ounces of bread, and that by purchasing It STOWID ON THE OHIO RIVER WILE l iju."
grapefruit Juice to each pound they are doing their bit toward ON J low A STIAM80AT UNt .
loaf. helping Florida We will make WORKING AS BOOKKEEPER FOR
We are certainly pleased with health and nutritional claims after I SUS A NNAIN! iosea 3* OCTAVE
the reception the bread has been we can establish them by scientific WAS C AIR ISO MtlODlON CARRIED
'. given by the public," one Tampa, research. W. do know that It TO CALIFORNIA ON THt BACK *y A
baker said, "and we are trying to tastes fine and that it is extremely STRAP t into rr THE
'. Improve it every way we can. We resistant to mold." ftY THE fORTV. 'FOSTER OROTMt S OMMOHftlSON
want to get it out of the novelty It has been estimated that more MINUS 31RANADINO"PARTIES
; class and have It become a stapleitem than 100,000 boxes of grapefruita x3'ti ti t, ce A60t/T iTAl8T6 OF'S
of food We believe we can year would be used to furnish I ? PlTTlouaelt't
do this as we have a good product, juice needed for bread consumedIn
i and a fine selling point In asking the Tampa trade territory alone,
-! the public to buy something which if general acceptance Is accordedthe tl a .wv s ta's} '
' helps our biggest Industry" new product. The figures 't
The citrus I commission has reach almost fantastic total when (0 FOSTiA
i urged growers and every citizento applied to the state as a whole
try the new bread. with 111,000000 loaves of bread 6 OTMtno attPMiN
"We hope to see this product used annually in florIda. There is vela 'rK SucCESSFUL OUSIMIM MAN AND
accepted throughout the state," one: no thought that grapefruit bread f JTICHttTJ FIRST SPONSOR
citrus commission official laid It will ever entirely supplant ordinary MEMORIAL
can easily become an important I I bread, because of Individual FLORIDA STEPHEN POSTER
outlet for citrus Juice, and I I I taste preference, but it Is felt a
grower, shipper and ve7r consumed In Folrlda could easily FUND RAISING CAMPAIGN 0 FEB. I9TTo 25'-3

.' Florida should try grapefruit I. be grapefruit bread.
1 bread, and buy it regularly We "We must serve as a proving I
are watching developments very ground for the new product." It
.1( closely, because we are anxious tot was pointed out, "and if acceptedIn
: assist in developing any product Florida, it will undoubtedly LOW COST LEADER
'11' which may become an important spread to other Ita tel." I



At lower prices than last year's Ford V-8 the 1939

Ford V-8 is bitfer than before, better-looking better lUI.MINtINCIVMS
$62400 .
riding, .ndstiU quieter.. In 3 body types, a choice of

j Avocado and Citrus ji 60)( horse-power or 85. in TOUR rout PIALII oDIn ,Nwbrderaltasw.sonsIs real IN BUIViaiO OITIOIT rtlCI'

STTU LEADEISIIIP-The Imury JTAJIUZIO CHASSIS-No front nil,.fat tin to h p. Tudor
:: GrowersWe 31 can ol the low price Held end bobbing or dipping Levd Sedan 0/uar/arerf and In.
; .
starts level rtopt level nd* elude..11 th. hlkmlnt
VTYPE outran menu
: tmoot"SC1E1lT1FIC souHDraoorwa 1 Dumper and four bumper
Eight I .
.I cylinder give '
:,. Small cylinder give "conamyBTDUCLIC None hushed for quiet ride guarda Spar, wheel tire
and tub Cigar lighter e
are now stockingURAMON: lIAKtS-Rary. LOW PIiCES-Adn'oedprlcel Twin air.electric horn*Dual
jl straight Hope include many items at dnuable windshield wiper Bun yiaore
t equipment. Foot control for headlight
TUPU-CUSHIONrO COMFORT bum with Indicator oaatrument iDe
3'' New flexible roll.edge seat panel.
soft tnnevene springs,four
hydraulic shock abwrben.
A new form of nitrogen that 31 w?

does not leach from the soil I

' as fast as some inorganic I

forms of nitrogen. Ask about I

the price of this new form of

plant food. 3


: Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. a

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' HOMESTEAD FLA. : Redland Motors Inc.

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;tl\ Page Six THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, February 17, 1939

quets of orange blossoms and cuttings Truth In Advertising"No

of crotoni ," said the employer sternly,
The livestock division of the "I will not do itl! Never have I
Homestead festival, the first dairy show to be
III High-Lights sold anything by false representa
held In Dade County since 1931,
I tion, and I will not begin now." *
shows promise of being one of the
: WRITTEN BY MEMBERS OF THE HOMESTEAD HIGH SCHOOL JOURNALISM CLUB AND outstanding features, according to For a moment he was silent; and
Charles H Steffanl, county agricultural the clerk who stood before him
could see that the better nature of
agent. Mora than 7J head
y Tennis Teams for the high honor roll, Edith of pedigreed stock of Guernsey, his employer was fighting strongly
Pep Session Celebrates I Tomorrow I Becker, Howard West; for the low Holsteln, Jersey and Dutch White for the right,

t Road Victories of Team I Today and honor roll, Ross Reltz I Effle Mae I I I Belt breeds will be entered, Mr. "No," repeated the employer, "I
Allen Pierce I I will not do Itl! It".n
Waters, Pope, Harry Steffanl said. Inferior
A pep $('.11-:;;; was held In the,I Both of the recently organized I Sales of commercial space are grade of shoe, and I will never

Home u;" d gym Monday morning j: tennis! teams of Homestead High Mrs. Baughan to Begin mounting rapidly, J, M. Croft, In pass It off as anything better
prep: too to the ba.ketbullII'me School have matches this week | charge of this division, said Mark it 'A Shoe Fit for a Queen'
: held Tuesday night In the I local This afternoon at 2:13 the junior I Health Lessons :MondayHow nesday and local wed-I and put It In the window-a queen
.f gym end In celebration of the high team plays the Ponce de Leon hibitors are advised to arrange for does not have to do much walkIng -

,1. two. victories of the team on Hi Junior high tennis team at Coral to get well, how to stay space without delay I ."-Ex,
road trip Ian week. G- bles. Members of the Home- well and how to grow younger will I Among commercial exhibits for

'Victims" on the trip were De- steed team are Evelyn Sykes, Lois be the theme of a series of ten' which space has already been reserved booth by W. Vlck and the Redland
Land High School and BulkM'I Pierce, Athley Kemp, Teresa Redd, lessons which Mm H. H. Baughan' will be farm implements District Chamber of Commerce.
School of Jacksonville Tuesday, Mamie Lee Posey, Esther Rucker of Atlanta and Dillard, Ga., will!' such as tractors, discs, harrows and
night UK H H S. defeated Lake Mary Pierce and Marjorie Connor. give In Homestead on Monday, plows; solar heaters, electric
Worth I'I Saturday morning at 10 o'clock Wednesday and Friday afternoons pumps, air conditioning units fertilizer -
Report of the trip were made the senior high team plays the Andrew seed and growers supplies,
at the home of Mr. and Mrs Tom I V/henyouchange
by Coach Dicier Mr. R. J. Hester Jackson senior high team on Baird of 1383 North Krome avenue.I poultry and stock feed Juke extractors I
and ill member of the team making the Homestead courts.
I city Ml'm-I'I I The first lesson will be given at Jewelry, fountain pens, i
'1., trip Marcia Gauzens, Bar- ben of the Homestead electrical appliances, awnings
10 o'clock next Monday forenoon ]
ban Dune Jane Catlin Mary Marcia Gauzens, Bonnie Groover, I though the succeeding lessons will shutters Venetian blinds, and sew-I|
Franco Arthur, Clarabell Stuart 1 i Claudia Connor, Juanlta Snsnett, ''be given In the afternoon from I Ing machines j
and Claudia Connor led the cheerIng Nina Dullard and Mildred Field 3 to 4 o'clock. She will be Intro- Four food booths for which ipace l I
I Mary Frances Arthur has been has been
duced by Mrs. N. G. Ball. reserved are those of Mri i i
appointed by Mrs Margaret I M. P. Walker
I manager Those who are Interested may the American Legion r n'tii.
GRAMMAR SCHOOL :NOTES Maynard, coach. attend the first lesson without Auxiliary, the Homestead
Parent Teacher Association and, .
charge, Mrs. Baughan said
The pupil in Mr*. Edward first the '
Gins Townsend Club. The
Mrs Baughan, who Is spendingthe
grade room enjoyed a Valentine Cross and the Florida Grower will
PROGRAM AT ASSEMBLIES: season In South Miami, has
party Tuesday also have
I special booths
been guiding the diet and giving
11Jackson's/ first graders ire
Assembly was held In the Florida massage treatments to several patients Non-commercial space has already I
greatly interested In a postal project City school by the dramatics in Homestead. been reserved for individual!I
The pupil brought cigar I class of the Homestead High plant and flower exhibits, the manual I
boxes to serve a* letter boxes. On change to this
training exhibit
class from
I School. The presented leVI the I II'
Tuesday the Valentines w. r emailed FESTIVALContinued { Homestead school, the
I eral choral readings. Subtropical i
each stamped with the date The class put on an assembly I I'' Experiment Station, the Home-1 bettered
and collected at the "street comer
stead Home Demonstration
Thursday for the Neva King Club, I
box" Austin Chambllss acted as I ( from Page One) the Dade .
Cooper grade school and today County Woman's department
mail carrier. Later the mail wan: March 4, has been designated as
will stage one for the high school I the Goulds community Nest time let u* a
distributed by Joe Sylvester, Helen official Dade County Parent- I !thing your'oiL Wellrefill
Teacher Association and
Tomerlin and Fay Caplmger The day,
class members have shown considerable -I BAND SPONSORS MOVE members of all P. T. A. groups In your crankcase
with Amoco Motor
Interest In the work. the county will be asked to attendat COZY DINER
The band members of the music I Oil. If tough
Miss Ray's third grade room Is I that time. Headed by Mrs Ben pun ?
of Homestead N Krome Ave I II free flowing Never _
getting ready for the Fruit Festi-I department High Archer, president, the members of '
School will sponsor a movie matinee leave gummy residue It(extra-fintoU.
val and the pupils have made avery the Homestead Parent Teacher Association -
pretty butterfly poster. Thereare I at the Seminole Theatre on will greet the visiting Regular Meals -. 15c & SOoT
i March 7. The picture-"Listen delegations from school I W. P. CASH'SService
two new pupils welcomed from I county Bone Steak or Chicken
Winter Haven. They are Bobby I Darling, with Judy Garland and The Homestead Parent Teacher
Dinner _
." Garrett and Marquita Roberts 1 Freddie Bartholomew-will be entertaining Association will also maintain a Boo
The other classes are preparing! for children as well as food booth at the festival, Mrs.E. Short Orders, SandwichesSea StationFlatter

exhibit for the Fruit Festival i for adulu.I J. Dyal, chairman of the committee I Food In Season Ave. Homestead
Ii The matinee of admission
| regular price on festival arrangements,
SENIOR: CLAM FLOWER I will be charged The band said yesterday The local association Wm. FollUrd Proprietor OPEN ALL NIGHT
AND :MOTTO TO BE CHOSEN, percentage from the ticket sales will register the visiting delegates I
f '" will go toward the instrument and and present them with bou-
The senior class of Homestead uniform fund. Tickets will be on
High School met Monday morningfor snip next week by members of the
the ael'rl1on of graduation Invitations bund
The class seal Is to be ___ I

used ''Ir iii', imitations this v. i HONOR ROIL COMPIETtD
for the tip' .1 t time'
Committee, for electing a cliiss l i Due to the fact that R .I Hester
motto and lass flower were 11 1- < mpinled the bakctb,:I team
pointed( h, the vlce-presld t II Its road trip, the honor 11)1tilt
Betty Rich "fie (..f his eleventh grade hjme room
The t.i ,rdir for class rm! unavailable last week Those I IUI'iRa
was rece cd Wednesday '-t- the required average arej:

f ;fJI Sf'rI$tIP f

rlfJlt'III ell

I *" Let Us Supply the

JJt Now yon ran bay a full-

size, full-qaahty Pontiac LUMBERfor
.It. for so slightly more than
<"" "
=-... the lowest in price you'II
I_ never miss the difference!leawwM
Your Home!
re.owe taww w twuw AwN

I't t When you lay put your building plans let us estimate on the lum-

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

our most reasonable prices. .

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Friday, February 17, 1939 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Page Seven '

I A. J. Van Marter are Mrs. Wm. and Mrs. Howard Johnson, on Mr. and Mrs. John Bonano
Lane, Mrs. Charles Starkey .and Monday. moved last week from the 511\111'
Mrs Burchard and daughter, Miss man apartment to the Joe bi lieS

In and Around Edith Burchard, all of Groton,I Bonnie Caple and Fred Belisle house.
N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Bryant I returned Monday from a business ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Surf '0 ofMlrtlnton
and Mr. and Mrs. Lapham of trip to Baltimore.
I W. Va., who haw ..IsIUd .
Rochester N. Y.; and Mr. and
Homestead E. A (leer of Coral Cables. Ted visitedfllends friends here for several weeks,
PoII'I'1 Mr. and Mrs Thomas left Wednesday Saint Peters
in Inunokalee over the
Mrs L. A. Fennell, Mrs. week-end. burg.
Turner, Jr, and Misses Esther and
; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Phillip left
Dr. and Mrs. Curl F Robinson Frick, Miss Mary Grace English Helen Livingston attended a ban I Mr. and Mrs Henry Johnson Sunday for Dania after upending 1I
have (i a guest for several months, Hagler Rice and Frank Hagler quet and reception given by the have as guests Mr. and Mrs. Harry several months here. \
Robinson's mother, Mrs. Ceo Rice attended I Past Matron's and Patrons Club of
Mrs. a piano concert by Ford of New Haven, Conn.
Benson of Derry, N. H. and Mrs. Hannah Asher and her artist Biscayne Temple In Miami Sl\tur.1 I Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Shields ml< .
Robinson's niece, Miss Barbara pupil, Evelyn Jones, Monday nightat day evening On Wednesday Mrs. Dr. J. U. Wilson of Belle Vernon family of Miami were Sunday
Johnson of Skowhegan, Me. the University of Miami. Turner Mrs R. W. Mulllns Miss Pa.. who had been visiting with guests of Dr. and Mrs. S. S. Sh.(.Ids.
Alice Macomber and the Misses
I' Vr. and Mrs J. O Williams of this Dr. Shields accompanied then to f
Buckner Beasley has been In the Mrs W. H, Cast has guests fora Livingston attended a chapter city for two weeks, left Thursdayto Miami and returned Thursdio \
meeting In Coral Gables.
Post Graduate hospital since Wed- few weeks Mrs. H. G. Bradleyand return home. .
nesday receiving treatment for a her daughter, Mrs. Donaldson ..NINNNMNNxxw.wNx.Mxx.NIxNN.NINN.NFLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hunter
he received when Mi and Mrs Jules Abraham of moved to Miami last week.
forehead injury Brown of Indianapolis who arrived
Coral Gables and Mrs. J. DePettro
automobile wrecked by
his was a Sunday.
truck in a collision In Kentucky of Philadelphia were visitors of -.xNNN..Nxxxwx..NNx.YN.W.Nxx .NNN.N.Mr. Spurgrn Davis, who has been
eleven days ago. Mrs. Beasley Lone Jackson has been In the Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Byrum Sunday.Mrs. and Mrs. Joe Kuppertz of visiting at the home of Mr and I I'
who was with him suffered no ill Post Graduate hospital for treat- St Louis arrived last week for a Mrs. O. Clonlnger, left Saturday
effects except shock. ment since Monday. Mrs. Illma Tom Lane of Macon was a stay of several weeks at their homeon for Tennessee. .
guest of Mr. and Mis. Julian H. Tenth street '
Sawyer of Card Sound has been '
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brooker in the hospital since Wednesday Webster on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Reed are i
announce the birth of a son, Robert B. P. Obenshain of Roanoke, W. camping at Islamorada.Mrs. .
Jack Sullivan, son of Mr. and Va., Is expected today for a visit
Edward, on Feb. 13 in the Post
Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Graduate hospitaL Mrs. Brookerwas Campbell entertained -. Mrs Dave Sullivan returned to his with his brother, H. E. Obenshain. Milton Morris of North
the week-end Mrs.Campbell'
formerly Miss Virginia Bush. over. home Tuesday from the Post Grad- Haven, Conn., and her daughter,
brother-in-law and uate hospital where he underwenta Mrs. R. W. Mulllns and Mrs. Sally, arrived Monday for a one-
sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Wilsonof
I tonsil operation Saturday. Lloyd Deitz attended an Eastern week visit at the home of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs Albert R. Caves,
Dallas hall
Star meeting at Fort Catherine Potter.
Mrs. Lee H. Lehman, Mrs. Vir-
Miss Betty Joan Barwlck of Pa- In Miami Monday evening
ginia Walton and Geo. N. Wake-: Wm Simpson of Jackson, Miss,
hokee was a tonsilectomy patient Mr. and Mi-s Charles Clinton,
field made a trip to Leesburg on arrived Monday to visit Wm. in the Post Graduate hospital Sat- Miss Ingcborg Mattson spent the !Mrs Paul McGee, Fred Broikrtt,
church business Feb. 12. I Payne. utduy. week-end with her mother in !Myron Brockett and Stanley

1 South Miami. Biockett enjoyed a fishing trip
Mr. and Mrs. Chas W. Camp are Mrs Hugh Dawson and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs Frank Ulman of to Long Key bridge Tuesday.The .
entertaining Mrs. Camp's sister,I C. O'Neil of Tampa arrived Mon- Lake Worth visited Mr. and Mrs.N. J. B Cohernour, L. Forsyth and
Mrs. F. J. Byington of Chicago day to visit Mr. and Mrs. Adrian G. Ball Thursday. A B. Langham were called for first broadcast of Ridlo
and Mrs. Bylngton's son and Jacobs. jury duty in Miami this week. Station F. C. S. S" will be held In
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. F Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Parman haveas the Sunday school room of Urn
J. Byington, Jr., of Montreal, Mrs. W. W. Friend has returnedto guests Mr. Parman's father, Wm. Mr. and Mrs. Claire Mauers of Community Church next Tui'day
Canada, and their baby son who her home in Winslow, Ariz.,' Parman, and Harvey Peters, bothof Niagara Falls visited Mr. and Mrs. evening at 8 o'clock. A mu:,icol
will be here a month. after a ten-day visit at the homeof Toledo. Wm. Stiles Monday on their way program has been arranged with
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. Camp. to Key West. Irving Lyon as announcer. AH are
An eight-pound daughter, Wau- Mrs. Howard Bredlow of Tlcon- George P. Coopernall, M. D., I cordially invited.
nita Ernestine, was born to Mr. deroga, N. Y., spent Wednesday at eminent surgeon from New York, Miss Beth Hunter of Miami spent
and Mrs. Everett Douberly at the the Camp home. and Mrs. Coopernail are spendinga the week-end visiting at the home
Post Graduate hospital yesterday.Mrs. few days as guests at the Seminole -I of her grandmother, Mrs. J. K. INDIGESTION
Douberly is the former Miss Mrs. Frank K. Thompson of Es- hotel They express great interest Scott.Mr. FFFFCTIVEIT: tnmtttkr i
Ernestine Smith. condido, Cal., is spending sometime in the things seen in the "SJUrt olllpi I hlr..r well.rtlc t...U>*
with her cousin, Mrs. E.: G. Redlands District. I and Mrs. L. Wofford and DH. H.J.ELLIOTT
Mrs. Frank Hausman, Mrs. G. I. Butte of North Krome avenue. daughter, Lenore, are guests at the
Cault, Mrs. J. W. English, Mrs. L. W. Johnson of Miami visited Shanklin homo on West Palm), Rid.CblropndorN. p.n..b.d
, Baker Hindman,, Mrs. George I Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. his brother and sister-in-law Mr. avenue.

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PAGE EIGHT THE LEADEn. ENTERPRISE Friday, February 17, 1939

I I Social Events" in South Dade ( I

01 I The Calendar I

assisted in Feb. 17.-Meeting of Ad Astra A program of unusual Intendwai aerve on the
Hausmai serving. nominating commit
Dr. and Mrs. Frank i
Chapter of O. E. S.
presented by men at art
tea Sunday The others present were: Mr.
were liven a surprise
Feb. 20-Fish supper given by of the tee.Mrs.
meeting Monday Music
their wedding and Mrs. W. E. Rheney Mr. and
afternoon In honor of Hannah
men of Eedland Community i I Club at the home of Mr. and Mrs.J. Asher will be the
Mrs. H. P. McDaniel Mr. and Mrs
anniversary by their daughter, Church. guest artist at the next meeting
Rutland this
Miss Bertha NiU Hausman.The J. R. Rutland, Mr. and Mrs. Lee H., Feb. 20.-Meeting of Homestead R. of the members week were when guestsof husbands Mar. 13, at the home of Mr. and

rooms were charmingly Lehman Mr. and Mrs. Bevo Webb,I B.p.W.e. I the club. Mrs. G. I. Cault, it was innounced.

decorated with spathodea bios- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webb, Mr. and Feb 20 District meeting of I Mrs. Cault, Mrs. Wm. Miuselwhite
tcms, and spathodea blossoms Mrs. Frank Skill, Mr. and Mrs. W I Episcopal Auxiliary at Holy Cross The program consisted of: two: and Mrs. Vann will be the hos
formed the centerpiece for the din J. Clark,, Mr. and Mrs. Halbrook Church In Miami. vocal solos, "My Garden" (Mane tesses. The members were asked
ing room table. Candles In silver of Winston-Salem, Mr. and Mrs. Zucca) and "Pretty Girl" by J. to notify the hostesses If
II Feb. 20 Meeting of Junior they can
holders were on either side Wilson Barnes of Miami Mr. and Woman's Club. 9. Caldwell; piano solo) "Foun-I not be present at meetingl.I .
Mrs. C. Hagler Rice, Dr. and Mrl.Hausman'l Mrs Fred Rice of Greenburj, Ga., aln," by Dale Faust; clarinet
other daughter, and Mrs. Clingham of Winston-Salem, Feb. 20.-Reception for the Rev. "The Mocking Bird," by Geo.1010'1 Both the decorations and the refreshments
and Mrs. Blackford at home of I carried out the
Mrs W. L. Rosamond received at Mrs. Erline Rice of Tuscaloosa,I' Frick with accompaniment by
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hausman. theme. Each
the door. Mrs Julian H. Webster Mrs. Nettles, Miss Sara Horton,: Carl F. Robinson; violin was givena
,nd Mrs C. J. Parman poured tea, Miss Emily Payne Miss Mary Jack Feb. 21.-Meeting of Woman'sClub Tantasle," "Pastorale" by 1010"j I and heart-shaped program of red
of Homestead. white
a aster. The
,an't Miss Elizabetlt Skill Miss son C. Hagler Rice and Mr Web- I Nelson with :
Feb. 21 of W. M. S.
-Meeting course consisted of cake and
Mrs. J. D. Redd
Ellen Huff and Miss Alene Vercoe I ster. ; piano
circles. "Fourth Barcarolle" (Godard) heart-shaped ice cream. Punch
I Feb. 21.-F. L. T. banquet In I. was served during the evening.
Miss MarybelleiGibbs
Really Pray";
O. O. F. hall. 1010"1
DANTE |,I on "Talking With the M. Hindman; vocal solo, "Carl' Hostesses at this meeting were
I: Feb 21.-Social meeting ofWoman's Mrs Rutland, Mrs. Howard
Kappa Phi Delta Sorority gave a 1; Guide"; and Miss Antoinette Moye Back to Ole Virginny, by John-
valentine dance In the Woman's 1:I on "The Real Venture." Miss Club of Homestead. Vittkop with son, Mri. Carl Wagner and Mr,
Feb. 19.
-Townsend Club meeting -
I. P. McLean.
Club building Tuesday evening .In. Hindman.
I Jamie, ..Richards tang _a ol.o..n at 2:30: In Neva King Cooper
Valentine decorations were used, W T. Johnson nlaveH rfiirintf 4h Thou mane w Mw OR"
Misi Mary urace c.ngiun piayeai ctiool.I -- --
and candy hearts with the fortunes a piano selection. Miss Nella/i social hour, and he was followedby Mrs. W s-Mi l.'Ma; d' Mrs.
I Feb. 23 W. M-S.
chicken din-
written on them were given. Saul had charge of the program.'I : :It Mr. Rutland who played old-I Frank Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Mus-

Punch, cake and red candy hearts Wieners and liemade were served ner. I time melodies on his violin to selwhite, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rhe-
were served. after the meeting, and games on I with Miss 23.-Meeting Jennie Lobdell of Study at 3 Class piano accompaniment by hi s ney, Mr. and Mrs Sam J. Davis,

Speclalsuests were members of the lawn were directed by Miss I Feb. 28.-Y. W. A. p. m. I daughter Miss Mary Frances. Mr. and Mrs. Webster, Mr. and
the Lake Worth basketball team I Field.Y. Mrs. Frank Irwin. meeting with Miss Bertha Kill Hausman and Mrs. Frick, Mr. and Mrs. Redd,
and their coach and the Homestead Irs. H. C. Nichols reported current -' Mr. and Mrs. Rutland, Mr. and

coach, Theo. J. Bleier. W. A. ELECTS Ladies'Feb. Aid.23.-Meeting of Redland events In the musical world Mrs. Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Vann,

Others present were: Mrs. E. J. NEW OFFICERSThe Mrs. Julian H. Webster, the Mrs. Howard Johnson, Mrs. W. M.

Dyal. Mrs. A. F Arthur Mrs. J. Y. W. A. of the First Baptist president, announced that the National Flfteld, Mrs. W. E. Lewis, Mrs. J.

W English. Miss Yvonne Pollard,I Church elected officers at a NEW: ENGLAND GROUP Federation of Music Clubs L. Burton, Mrs. Clarence Rice, Mrs.

Miss Clarabelle Stuart, Miss Mary meeting held Tuesday evening at: HIS PICNIC LUNCHEON recommends that all members of C. Hagler Rice, Mrs. H. Collier

Frances Arthur, Miss Claudia the home of Mrs. J. Tom Vann. The New England group of Florida the club see two current moving Mrs. Stephen Diamond, Mrs. A. M.

Conner Miss Jane Gatlin, Miss For president it elected Miss Lu- City gave a picnic luncheon at pictures, "Moonlight Sonata" In Logan, Mrs. Elizabeth Fuchs, Mrs.
Barbara Done, Miss Mosely Sever, e.lte West; for vice-president Miss Royal Palm Park Wednesday in which Paderewski plays and "The B. E. Gatlin Mrs. LonnIe Hood

Miss Sybil Cheshire, Miss Barbara I Sybil Cheshire; fer secretary: and honor of Mrs. Paul McGee of Boston Great Waltz." Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson Mrs. Lee

Burke Miss Virginia/ Dorwy, Miss treasurer, Miss Eleanor Sullivan; and Mrs. Milton Morris and Homestead's junior music club, Lehman, Mrs. Gault, Mrs. Bevo
Mary Grace English, Mist Bonnie and for social chairman Miss Mary daughter Sally, and Myron and the Stephen Foster Music Club, is Webb, Mrs. S. L. West, Mrs. J. J.

Groover, Miss Nina Bullard Miss 1 Elizabeth Kyle i i i Stanley Brockett of North Haven, an enthusiastic organization, It was West, Mrs. McLean, Miss Haus

Lucille: West, Miss Elizabeth Me-1|, The next meeting will be at the) Conn. reported. Mrs. C. Haf ler Rice and man, Miss Rebecca Fisher, Miss
Ilwain, MUM Betty Brown. Miss home of Mrs. Frank Irwin on Feb. The others In the party were: Mrs. Geo. N. Wakefield last Friday Elizabeth Horne, Miss Katherine

Betty Bowen, Charles Little. Roy;I 28. it ms announced. 1| Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stiles, Mr. and gave a tea for the membersand Davis, Muses Mary Frances and
Martin, Martin Bishop. WlHiaml!, 'Those preesnt were Miss Vir- Mrs. Ralph Desmond Mr. and Mrs. their mothers, and a Mother's Ruth Rutland, Dr. Frank Hausman,

McMlchael Clinton Bishop, Harvey -:I I ptua Doraey, Mm Nina Bullard David Snow Mr. and Mrs. Frank I Day program Is now being planned, Mr. Hindman, Dr. Robinson, Mr.
Rue. John Walton. Billy Mir; Elizabeth Mcllwam, Mia Snow, Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Brockett the report stated. Caldwell, Mr. Nelson, Mr. Witt-
Clark Marvin Pritchard. Rex Elizabeth Hall Miss Ellen Vann, Mr and Mrs. Charles Clinton Mrs. J. Tom Vann, Mrs. Rice and kop, Mr. Johnston, Jack Gatlin

t Faust, Edwin Lawrence and lIam' MIES Sullivan, Miss Kyle. Miss sod children Mrs. R. J. Shepherd,I In. Rutland were appointed to and Dale Faust.

Brown. I Cheshire Miss West and the lead- Mrs. H. B. Potter. Mrs. L Forayth, I

ers, Mrs. Frank Irwin and Mrs. Mrs. Marfaret Kennedy Miss Bessie -
ATIILEY KEMP HONORED I ION I Vann. Clinton. Fred Brockett, George)

HER BIRTHDAY I H. Todd and Fred Parlm. THE
Mrs Joel J. Robinson gave a F. L. T. CLUB TO HAVE
valentine party at her home Tues- BANQUET TUESDAY : JUNIOR CLUB TO MEET

day evening in honor of the birthday Sherbert, cookies and candy i I AT COUNTRY CLUB MONDAY I FloridaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1VAALAAAAWWUU

; anniversary of her niece, Ath- hearts were served at the Rcbekahl I A social meeting of the Junior] ,

ley Kemp. The rooms were attruelively ,! meeting Monday evening I Woman's Club will be held at the! i

decorated with hearts,I! Announcement was made that i i Homestead Country Club Monday

arrows, Cupids and red lowers. A the F. L. T. Club will have a ban- 'evening when Mrs. T. J. Walker j

lift package was presented to the i quet at the LOOP. hall Tuesday and Mrs C. R. Cruze will be hostesses
honor guest I I evening. Dinner will be served at GALES &
Wanda Sickle and Johnny Little,! Fresent were Dr. Irene Shank- '8, and husbands and friends are WHITMANVALENTINE

won prizes in bingo, and Hilda lin, Mrs. R. G. Moon, !Mrs. Nellie ; I IIIlahan 'invited to come for dancing at I

rxidson won the door prize I Mrs. Carrie MeColIough, j '9:30. Members are asked to notify I CANDIES I

ice cream and cake were served. Mrs. Blanche Chapman, Mrs. Flor1 1,.I the hostesses if they can not co I
The guests Included: Miss Lois ence Pacetti, Mrs. Cora Belle e'l
Fichrens, Mary Ellen and Louise|" '
Dear ing, Vara Rheney, Dorothy a
;Mrs! H B. Beatty and Mrs Edna
Moon, Frances Rutland, Hilda Dodj,
j Strickland. !
son, Dorothy Sullivan: Charlotte I i ft ;

Geronimo, Wanda Sickle. Dorothy

Behrens, Mavis. Batts, Junior Homestead's Oldest t/ pICk SO l1n sJ llJY.fv Bife"
Becka), John Kuhn Walter Bran- ,= =Ii I
,' Barber : HAliBUT/ UVER 011
I, non, Don Done, Marlow Jacobsen, ; TOOTH PASTE Gladden, Norman CAPSULES( ,
Ernst, John Plaira sara flotation
ny Little, Charles Behrens. I I D. L. BOWENNow i,y Young and Pess Clans Min ,'
Or .
i old nerd more )hot '" fJ F,

ROYAL The Senior PALM Epworth UNION League was; doors In south new quarters of the First three PIM4 01 C" 1 Large Jar Cora Nome PKKofl2.

rest to Royal Palm Union at the NaUoptl Bank : "' RexPirr
Homestead Methodist Church last You eon "do thing with your '- WttettIJIR
night. Miss Effle Booth talked on"Pra'er SANITARY hair after It has fcM gHwCUllM e i You'll Deter Take al 'lrrsIZtJO '- ,,
In the Life of Jesus"; Miss Expert and courteous service.A Permanent War Ifs use any bet =4111.6.11r o.;;;.:,.
Helen Field on "When Do We trial will be appreciated. eon to handle and WeIr' let. Choice L5c /

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MR. AND I\IRS. VAN MMtTER J' Mrs Preston B. Bird, Mrs. R. E. and Joe Reynolds. J. T. and Ray : .;.

HOSTS TO NORTHERN FRIENDS 1 Edwards, Mrs. Fred T. Suber, Mrs. Pritrhard, Billy Hutchinson, Bobby
Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs.J Geo. N. Wakefield, Mrs. W. W., Monroe, Leonard Becker, Dale t
I r Social Events I ,I A J Van Marter of North Kromel Bellies Mrs. Roy Wittenwyler, Faust and Hubert and Bobby

\ avenue entertained at a picnic I Mrs Carl Drawdy and Mrs. G. M Nichols.
upper for Miss Mary Bradley and,, Cooper I
her father. Wilbur ,
i I Bradley ofi 1 I At the benefit bridge held Feb
I 1 'Woodbury, Conn It Miss I
9 by the Woman Club of Home-
THEEE A.. NI'EIlSAIUESCELEBRATED :MRS WHITE GIVES Bradley birthday and also the: FIFTH ANNIVERSARY stead Mrs Harry Ford won the

BY CROUP BRIDGE LUNCHEON i I thirty-fifth wedding anniversary I j Mrs. Bruce Ennls gave a party high score prize for women and t

Mr and Mrs T. L. McGarrah Mrs. M F. White was hostess at: of Mr I and N Mrs. Guy Joslin of.Sprlngville i Friday afternoon in honor of the Mr. Ford, the high score prize for
Y, who also
a bridge luncheon at her home on were fifth birthday anniversary of her men Mrs. K. J. Dyal, Mrs. B. E.
with dinner
entertained spaghetti
a guests of honor.
Feb. 9.The. | daughter, Joyce. G Uin and Mrs. W. K. Walton i
, at Joe, Place In Florida City Other guests were: Mr. and !
A peanut hunt and other were hostesses.
rooms were attractively I ,
. Tuesday evening in honor of decorated with cut flowers. I Mrs. Jay Upson of Springvllle,|' were played, and Ice cream, i
1 N. Y.. Mr and Mrs. Henry Werner
I Mri McGarrah's birthday and A three-course luncheon pre-| of Holland, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. and cookies were served as ame'l Mr. and Mrs Henry Johnson entertained -

that of Mri Wm Musselwhite and ceded the card game Holllstcr Sage Mrs. B. A. Waldin, freshment Children course. at bridge Tuesday evening -

the wedding anniversary of Mr. I Mrs. Henry Johnson won high, Kenneth Stone and Wm. Heuer. present were: their house guests, Mr. and
| Avery Sylvia Barnes Jane Thurman
I and Mn Gordon Ivcy Dancingat score; Mrs. Ceo D. Ruehle the'I The New Yorkers expressedkeen Sally Sober Mrs. Harry Ford, and Mr. and Mrs. ,
Freddy Sober I
I the Country Club followed second: and Mrs. Curtis! Monroe!, pleasure in attending a picnic Emma Jane Rives and Bruce En- H. Collier, Allen Neal and Douglas I!
the low score prize. supper in February under a bau- Tower.
Mr. and
Those attending were: nls Jr.. and Joyce Ennls
Mi*. John Gravel, Mr. and Mn The other guests Included: Mrs. henia tree full of bloomCRIZES The other guests were: Mrs.

Ivey, Mr. and Mrs. Musselwhite, Preston B. Bird Mrs Paul Reynolds -i I Jason Avery, Mrs. H. J. Thurman,
Mil Pauline Hinman, Mrs Fielding Mrs. H. Coller Mrs. Gordon ENTERTAIN IN I Mrs. H. H. Ewing and Mrs L. I.
I i Ruff, Bill Ewing. C. H. Becker hey Mrs J. S Morton, Mrs.I HONOR OF NEPHEW' Price.
and Mr. and Mrs McGarrah Frank Morris, Mrs J. A. Pollard Mr. and Mrs C. R Cruze entertained -,
Mrs. F. W. Veazey of Roanoke Va.. a group of young people REDLAND AID I I

BIRTHDAY PARTY IS GIVEN Mis Chester Robinson of Huntington from Miami Friday evening In I MEETS IN CIU'RCH We Give the I

FOR MRS. ANSEL BARROW W. Va.. Mri Harry Ford honor of Mrs. Cruze nephew, The Redland Ladies Aid Society .
Mrs Earl Higgins of South Point Charles Pinson of Miami who wascelebrating
Miss Alice Hobson gave a surprise met Feb. 9 at the Redland GenuineMJflENE
birthday party Saturday 0.. Mrs. Johnson Mrs J. E. Gau- his sixteenth birthday 1 Community Church. The Rev. C.
zcns Mrs. Isabel Sawyer Mi" The valentine color scheme was' C Nelson led the devotional after
night for her lister, Mn Ansel Permanent
Barrow Geo. N. Wakefield Mrs. A. M carried out in the decorations. I which a short business meeting
i Logan and Miss Virginia Edwards Bingo, proms and dancing afforded was held. I
cake and
Birthday punch wereserved.
Soft, rolling waves abundant
and Miss Ethel Davis both
ol entertainment and a nov The next meeting will be on Feb
The guests included: >Ir. and|, South Point O elty dance number by Stanley 23 It was announced I lusting curls tnat the

Mrs E. A. Buchanan Mr and Mrs.I Wittkop was enjoyed Those present were: Mr. and kind of a permanent you want
Robert Dare Ing. Mr. and MM] WOMAN CUB TO SPONSOR A heart-shaped cake decoratedin Mrs Nelson Mrs. A. M. Vivian
Bruce Ennls, Mr. end Mrs. Joe COOKING SCHOOL IN MARCH red and white was served with Mrs. Anna Messersmith, Mrs. M And thats the kind we give

Fitzgerald, Mr and Mrs. Jerry| The Woman Club of Homestead Ice cream. A. Baker, Mrs. F. W. Stlllman For we do genuine Eugene
Horr, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ox- decided at its meeting Tuesday Mrs Geo Turner Jr.. Mrs. G. L
ford, Mr. and Mrs Herman, afternoon to sponsor a cooking :MISS GRADY GIVES Demon-1 i I Stone and Mrs Geo E. Deuel waving, with genuine Eugene

Thomas, Mr. and Mrs W. H. school. ,, TALK ON RAYON Sachets. Let us "dress" jour

Woods, Mr and Mrs R L. Hobson : Mrs W. D. Bishop read an artlclo At the Homestead Home HUBERT NICHOLS OBSERVES hair for the season, with natural -
Ansel Barrow end R. ECka on the Tennessee Valley Au- su allan Club meeting yesterday: HIS TENTH: ANNIVERSARYMrs
-........Ml- I thnrltv_ ; afternoon in the Neva King Cooper', H. C. Nichols gave a wiener undulations and flatter
Mrs W K. Walton was appointedto I School, Miss Eunice Grady gave a roost Wednesday afternoon In Ins face-and-neck curial!
talk the kinds and the of honor of the tenth birthday anniversary
RAIN OR SHINE CLUB serve on the local Girl Scout on use -
HONORS MRS PAH.MAV council. Mrs. A. M. Logan, Mrs I rayons, and showed samples of of her son, Hubert. A Bush's Barber Shop ;
Keith Foulk and Mrs. W. D. Bishop:stitching with elastic thread. Reports birthday cake decorated In yellow
Mrs W E. Rheney and Mrs. T. of work and served with I
meetings were green was punch.
were appointed on the nominatincommittee.
J Faust entertained the Rain or g)I I given. Gay colored horns and candy were & Beauty Parlor
Shine Club with chicken dinnerat I
a The next social meeting will be Those present were: Mrs. J. W. given as favors.Dale .
the home of Mrs. Rheney Thursday held on Tuesday to avoid conflict 1,I Shouse, Mrs. Harry Schauberger, Faust and Leonard Becker Miss LUne Brown. Operator
In honor of 1M birthday of with the Fruit Festival Mrs Walter Peterson, Mrs. R L. won prizes In contests.

Mrs. C. J. Parman. Mrs. Parman Present were: Mrs. H. Ruegg.I, Hobson, Mrs. S. A. King, Mn Russell Mrs. Tom Vann assisted the hos
WM given a handkerchief shower I
Mrs. Harry D Mrs A Anderson, Mrs Raymond
Present were: Mri Frank Rue Arthur, Mrs oe'i J Robinson,'xir:I Schneider, Mrs. C H. Denby, Mrs. tess.Children at the celebration were: L:::;
Mrs H. P. McDaI eI, Mrs. Lee H. Irene Shanklin Mrs. Henry John:; A. D. Smith, Mrs. A. K. Bishop, Jr. Buddy Horne, Sorry Rice, Gene
Lehman, Mrs. Frank Skill, Mrs.
lIOn Mrs. M. F White. Mrs. B. Eol
Julian H. Webster, Mrs Carl
Deden, Mra Helen Hackler, Mrs Gatlin Mrs. Foulk, Mrs. Walton,
Mrs Bishop.
Fred Redd, Mrs. Parman, Mrs
Faust and Mrs. Rheney I 1
AT WEBSTER HOME I I I !Miss Marie Bshor entertained
I the ninth grade class of Redland
The Wednesday Bridge Club met
nigh School at her home Saturday .
Ffb 9 at the home of Mr. and Mis on '
Julian H Webster. The high score
The house was decorated ,
I vv itl
pri/cs were won by Mrs. Geo N. !'
red roses. hearts and '
; Cupids
W&kefleld and Let 11 Lehman.
Vucrtlne/ games were phyed .ind
Members present were: Mr. and
hcort-shnprd snnch 'ichcs. OQ
M- &\0 Webb Mr and Mrs. 1:
; ice cream were served '
Frank Webb Mr. and Mrs. W. E. '
Mi and Mrs. Carl Wagner. .I
Rlirney MJ. and Mrs T J. Fauft '
Q. Caldwell and forty of .,
111.Iarle's ;
Mr and Mrs W. R. Bird Mr. and ,
cl.l ssmalcs
Mrs Wakefleld Mr and Mrs Leh- were present I

man and Mr. and Mrs. Webster : I
Mr. and Mrs B. M. Hindman were Vnr. Leonard W. HaskRpMl.llflns ,

guests of the club. In Fr. ,,.. | |
I Illlnc mi K..ilrlii, -r w fa
MRS. ANDREWS GIVES G L .\ SSE .1..11..1 1

IJ. Y. P. U. PARTY I III N. F. Tint 81, .
t' Air, -. \ :
Mrs. Ralph Andrews was hostess Term.rGLASSS.
at a B. Y. P. U. party yesterday -!I.V. A i
at the home of Mrs. R. E. Shepherd -

She was assisted by
Shepherd and Mrs. J. R. By Mrs.// { Il

Outdoor games were played. and i

punch, cookies and ice cream were -To Keep
served 1 Wide. 1 FOR IwzI

Children present were Madine Awake
Gilmer, Doris Cheshire: Morlme: I

Huston, Geraldine Shepherd Betty
and Ruth Byrum, Betty Schau-
berger, Mildred Greer, Latrell
Waters, Hilda Pope, Barbara Jean
Smith, Wynell Shepherd, EldiM A
Farcloth, 'Junior Stevens, Alford Drowsiness and faster. die ea eyestrain -
Sounders. Homer Byrum, R E: aim be banished. haws 1 A PICTURE OF YOUR HOMEYes
have thoviiaelle
Shepherd, Jr, Bay PrItchard, Bert helped I" el.rtl

Kerry, Billy Melton, Jay Hobson, Dr. L. W. Stebbins

Ray Andrew and George Rickard. ms V. Fbfler 8L. Miami the very home you've been looking for. We Invite you

Phot I-tllS I IDR. to build it now-under the FHA Insured Mortgage System.A .

DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST reasonable down payment. and as much as 80 per cent

of the total value in monthly payments no larger than rentl
I We will help you to obtain a loan for a new home or for modernization

OHlee SOUl: P a. ... te t 9. so.Soadiyi I Dentist of your present one.JBftppKER .

I to It ,

Closed (atsvdsjsFree I First National Bank

ParUnj Space BtMUinr I' __.

1T4 K. W. JSTH ST. MIAMI II Office noun 8:30-4:30 .. .lIome teed f Fla. Phone Q

f rmras-mi 0... KwisasT* 'r Affttttmnt 1


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CITRUS LEADERSPLEASED'VITII i l'' 'GRAY SECOND TO I act .U based which upon buyer the greater In the conilderatlon low-

I f Last Word in Convenience I price field give to the price differ

BLACK ONLY IN 'body entlal models existing between various

.r "The two and four-door sedans

JAYCEE DRIVE CAR POPULARITYLansing of the 1939 Sixty Series are defin

itely low price cars," he said, "botn
being priced I more than $100 below I II

Mich., Feb. 16.-Gray I the corresponding body models of I
cm stand second only to lark In the 1938
Br N. F. M1IONE six. But there still reI .
41111. A- the preference of Oldsmobile purchaser I mains sufficient price differential
With less than two weeks rem !, according to D. E. RaMon,'II between them to favor the less expensive

rung. the Florida Jaycees rltruii I general sales manager I two-door among buyers

1 li entering Its final.. -III "Black remains the most popular who watch every dollar of their
car finish" Ralston said "It,I motoring budget"
the citrus mrtii!li\ i" ,
I J'' d.! i of _
,is. choKen by approximately 30 _
with ull. <..< 'I
II I h pleased n
buyers In every 100. But gray I Is Ahal i
i "The l Florida Jumoi. ( I I"" "i !running a very close second with'
"Your communism it stupid If
b, ...r Commerce undci.--k. ", 'h" preference of 29 per cent. This;I everything wen divided today in I

i ,-ii lARk In sponsoring i iI It'
I but exceptional. J < "-''I Iti 1' i different shades, a light gray and : would be gone What then?" f

,is obtained from the II I Ii I" .i i dark gray. I "Divide again -Exservants.
"It Is Interesting to note that the
h'plf'n.' located in "
.." itics, Final figurei,i iI "' two grays have traded places ,n' "-- l lI

,I I.hll'. but it Is estimated tt it I the popularity rating During the;
lliiHiOO piece of display muter I 1938 model year, dark gray represented
132 per cent of our deliveries i
tin' heel bv the Florida "itru
t' immisslon as one of ,it* ontr, against 169 per cent for

hut,...n_ to the drive, are not in light gray Our latest color report
.. shows dark gray is currently accounting
u or have been used b) 10.000of
for 18 per cent against
more retail outlets; tX tgnrdtu /
nuke Florida citrus-conscioiin I t only 11 per cent for light gray.
The next most popular colon
and encourage the use or more
cite us In the state It seem likely light blue green and dark blue I
the drive will become an annual respectively Trailing on the color forpennies i

affair. starting each year with the popularity chart are brown red

Oi inge Bowl football game at' and cream. I
Mi.iml Both Jaycee and citrus| "In the matter of body styles the I
Oldsmobile four-door sedans out
commission officials have expressed -
themselves favorably along this sell all other models In the medium
line priced Seventy and Eighty series.
A 1a
More than 75 per cent of Series !

Eighty purchasers select the four-
figures just given out by the > door sedan Slightly over onehalfof

railway express agency Indicate al| all Series Seventy buyers choose I
substantial Increase In shipment of
gift boxes of Florida citrus fruit I The desire to make a car reflect It* owner's Individuality Is a potent factor the four-door sedan The two. '
In the average motorist's choice of accessory equipment. And It would be door .It second choice in both of
thh season as compared with last
hard to And a more thoroughly "personalised" car thin this new Chevroletin these series. In the Series Sixty HUNDREDS WORKING
season During the period from which Mary Pickford u shown applying a touch of makeup. Ai if the which Oldsmobile recently Intro-
Din 13 to 25, just before Christ1mm handy illuminated vanity mirror were not enough the car hue special kit of duced Into the low price field the FOB YOUi
there were 2.577 cars of citrus, Miss Pickford own famous beauty aids now on the market under her name.
sent out of Florida b> express| The container, hotdlnllip.tick. rouge, powder and cream, folds neatly up into two-door sedan leads the four-
through the "bottleneck' at Jacksonville the glove compartment when not in ue. Inset shows cloee-up of vanity ass door, 43 per cent to 36 per cent." At a isms tee ea.lth
Mr. Ralston's explanation of this .
Last year 2.137 cam went .. o.i.wl.awa +
on during the same perIOd. Thu I Better Than a Saw yea rime deanw es

t.\ rr, agency also reported the I red wr
ae -
lit N text day during the 1938 period' "My best and man dined with us with last I Qr. A. T. Knowles Be sure that your eye are as I. are vivo beck ei that .......
I Sunday was so good as your brakes-have them
w: at least 50 cent ahead of
per hue
bride's cooking that he sent her I They.ail M lesr.ay
my tested 'at least once each
the heaviest day In the 1937 wanon : a carving set" VETERINARIAN year deeds said...
TI./ i' citrus commission has been j
"That was nice." ( DR. F. P. ARCHER lereat
,p"n>OI'jnllllift box shipments villliai ,
advertising program In Folrlda' "Not so very. He sent her three Office and JloapltaJ- Loch b ready led
Consulting Optometrist ...... ,... a New ,
ne papers and In other way ,chisels and a mallet. -Tit-Bits. I
I I 1938 N. W. 17th Avenue 1621 W. Flatter St., Miami, Fla. 41101ts In the l.i. 1..1
) ipradokl .l ctrle .
I.i ,ipcfruit bread' will be nerved American Roy :Magazine | Miami Florida Eyes EUltllnod-L.n. Ground tame waded mi >.

t<' nutty baseball players n"s-I' Companion to Thousands "Iscees Repaired
p i writers and others l ;
1 Phone 37315 Director of The American rn.Uheo
t'1", ,ill for the spring training < -,' school for OptlolaM
s"n. ,it plans of the citrus commislmnierianze Hundreds of thousands of boys '
me commision'oritailing and young men read THE AMERICAN -' we lees
the hotel and other' BOY Magazine; every month 11ann"

e ihlithment which feed thrsol| and consider it more as living'

lit." 'k\ ball players and urging thHtipefiuit companion than ns n magazine I I"It's I DR. C. II. DENBY \

is bread be used (It Is* as much n buddy to me as
h 'vied In this way to get the .tory'i my nelghboihood chum" writes!

i I"is new product spread 10> the I IN" one high school senior "THE Osteopathic PhysicianPhone YOUR ELECTRICAL DEALER

tli and possibly Interest oiil'irs, I AMERICAN BOY seems to under., FOX IMPROVED APPLIANCES
the' I' in producing It commercially I i ii stand a boy's problems and considers I

t 'rl, ounces of grapefruit mice are!Iu..d I them In such a sympathetic!I 39Homestead Roy Chandler, Manager
In each pound loaf of bread and helpful way. It gives advice

,and entertaining reading on every') Fla. FLORIDA POWER I U6HT COMP.Concrete .
subject In which young fellow is I _

I Interested It Is particularly help- Over Brown's Store
Community Chest ) ( Drug )
ful In sports I made our schoolbasketball I
: I
team because of playing .

(Continued From Page Three) I tips I read In THE AMERICAN I

pasture from the city with BOY."
mmy Many famous athletes in all 1
run-away children returned
too sport credit much of their successto
t anxious parents or guardian t
t tional classes and health EdU-\\ helpful suggestions received 3
from sports article carried In THE
mgro population of the county are AMERICAN BOY Magazine. Virtually II
our responsibility and must not
Issue offer advice
be every Toj1
allowed to become our problem.
from a famous coach or player
'Character building: agencies, : Football basketball track tennis
looking to the future are ImprovIng Iin fact every major sport Is covered -
the type of citizenship of the
I In fiction and fact articles
community for tomorrow All of 1' Teachers librarian, parents and

these things are to be accomplished leaden of boys clubs also recommend .
by the chest which ask you to THE AMERICAN BOY enthuslastically .
I combine your subscriptions to provide I'I' They_ have found Blocks

a fund of $249,1150. These, that as a general rule reader ol of Prevention
Like thePyramids
\ agencies will represent you In doIng -' THE AMERICAN BOY, advance
, the unpleasant part of the more rapidly and
' work." worthwhile characteristics than do his Sotuhts
I TTTITEN yew to* the ktorattls greygeere
Almost a :year ago the work of boy who do not read It. >V Hell tntehi rolllne along. yoej're likely M think they mall
reorganization of the chest startedIn Trained writers and artists, famous *M Uw ceeme of some break U the lokpkoM line*. Breaks. LIFETIME construction calls
ARE repaired ........Ir. day or wig bt. but __lr repairing
the luncheon club Others were coaches and athletes, explorers, for Concrete Block They
tweaks after they wear wouldn'tpro W. Ikt kind of IrtrphoMMTlra
enrolled a* the nuisance of mUlti-; scientists and men successful In you ..UlM to. It U afw: to present Inter, give you the satisfaction 'of
ple campaign Increased The business and Industry join withan rnpllone to yw vial telephone .....m1.dew by eomlantrhMkini lasting qualities combined
lists grew until almost 100 men I experienced staff to produce In --ef l...Uf ..ea. ..lla-*woMtnHrthi. ha a eord.iie* with beauty. There are many'
assumed the task of representing i THE AMERICAN BOY the sort of with new .......lroI.* and nwlerlale--maintaining .neraslnclllasK uses for Concrete Blocks in
the giver of the community to reading matter boy like best. over the long disease Urn to beat and enmrcfanllt your building plans. Ask for
before they become _...... Th number. ., "_.blre'
work out i better plan. In the I THE AMERICAN BOY sells on ew !southern Bell IIM has been. reduced two-lhlnla U ten yean details.
solicitation no giver will bt"solicited most newsstands at J5c a copy. IT sting seek "._ of ...."a.Ioo", at well .. ".011I of tan".
by more than one person,I Subscription prices are $1.50 for Thm -,_." erf prvtrnlkm are OM part of the Bell 9r>.....'.
The sign-up hour-the zero hour-1 one year or $3.00 for three yearg, constant offset to keeur for You a Constantly lapemlaf ..... Naranja Rock Co.

will be I a. m. March I, at which Foreign rate SOe a year extra To phone aervlrt; that U .lI"I.I.SOUTHERn .

time all of those who haw not already subscribe simply send your TELEGRAPH ComPADS none ISM
done so are asked to sign ; address and remittance
the subscription blank, made out,'THE AMERICAN BOY 7430 logo allealtile Naraaja. .

In their names lone! Blvd. Detroit, Michigan. ]

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BAPTIST CHURCH CHCKCII OF THE Matinee Saturday and Sunday
NAZARENE --- Un r :
Ue to p. m.

Hom.lttad-Dr. J. E. Johnstone, Homestead The Key. W. J. Shows 7 and t .. m. Adm. ire FOR KENT FOR SALE t !

pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. Parker, pastor. Sunday school at I II ,

m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30: VMS a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. Sun., Mon., Feb. 19, 20 FURNISHED and unfuinlshcdl' TWO-STORY (two-family) house \ j

p. m.; B. Y. P. 17. at 6:30 p. m. and 7:30 p. m j N. Y. P. S. and I house 12 rooms, fair condition but I
Prayer services Wednesday at 7:30: Juniors meeting at 6;30 p. m.1 I ADOLPIIIESJOU I Henry Behrens reasonable and W I'I'I should have tome repairs only t

p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday Averting JACK O\K1E i (1,290; 8-room house with S bedrooms -
Morris N Krome
Ave. next
7:30: p. m. JACK lULU tot $1,300 cash; 4-room house
Baptist Church. | i
Goulds-The Hv. Noah Peter (
I and lot, 1700. It A. Cameron. id
ion, pastor. Sunday ichool at 10a. I I'J'Inceton-the Rev. E. P. Cowen. In i FOR RENT-Fuinlshed bungalow I:

m.) preaching at 11 a. m. and pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 "Thanks forEverything" with fireplace, hot CLOSE IN business property and

7:30 p. m., B. Y. P. U. at 8:30 p. m. preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7:301, I electric refrigerator water and stove new|I II real bargains in residence prop-

Prayer service at 7:30: p. m. Wed Junior at 6 30 J erty. Henry Behrens and Benj.
p. m. meeting ; ; young I I Fruit trees In yard. Inquire,
nesday. I people's meeting at (.30. Prayer I Leader-Enterprise. W. Morris, N. Krome Ave, next
Tues. Med., Feb. U, 22 '
mtltingVedne.da, at 7;30 p. m. to Baptist Church. (d9tf)

Church of the Sacred Heart I METHODIST EPISCOPAL, i 1: In | WANTED) TO KENT i FOR SALE Tropical plant. citrus -

S. E. Second avenue, Homestead; SOUTH trees and tropical fruit In

the Ret James Cloonan, pastor. I|I WANTED TO RENT-One or two- i season. Jungle Grove, Redlanl

Sunday mass at 0 a. m.; week day I room apartment or small house I II road and Plummer drive.
Homestead-the Rev J. J. Rich- I
; nun. Fri. Feb. 23. tl I by couple year round. JX. edre I
mass at 7.45 daily Sunday school lards pastor Sunday school at 9:451:
JACKIE COOPER Leader-Enterprise 1
o'clock (f17i I PETUNIA and Larkspur plant lor
Sunday following mais. a m'; preaching at 11 a. m. and In
Communion for women the first I|17 I ;: 30 p. m. Junior League at 2:30 sale Miss Josephine Pratt :100

Sunday of month; for men and I j: p. m; HI League at 6:30 p. m: "Gangster's Hoy" LEGAL NOTICES j jIN N. E. First ave. (tlTlf f )

boys, the second Sunday of month. Senior League at 6.30 p. m THK nHlllT 101.UT Of THIS IITH :1, FOR SALE-at a bargain :sp;| ,, iy

Holy hour Thursday before first Prayer meeting at 7;30 p. m. Wed- Sat. Feb. 25 H nnn mi HI.I ill'NT1.( IKdIT FLORIDA.IN AMI IN CHAN1 rOW machine, 200 gal tank; St,,in .1.

Friday of month at 7.45 p. m. Mass' nesday. ""The Terror ofTiny 1 1 KKY Ml. Davis Route I. Box 279. Hi m'"-
first at 7:30 Benediction ILV has
Friday a. m. '
steAd-Farm Life road half ,ilu
of the Blessed '
Feb. 19.11 a. m. "The Social -
n.AhlN.: south of Redland school ill 1,10
after mass.CHIUSTIAS. I Outwit," another sermon I TO HrCDMr A rRHC DEALER
SCIENCE CHURCIII: Made." 7:30 p. m. "A DIs- Notice la hrrvby rites that the under.
I .1.."" intends t" apply to the honorable TRhAT"MENTS
Florid CJtr-Broadway and I turbine Miracle A mlrade 10 a. m.; preaching at II a. m H F. Alklniiin. one nf, the judm ,,f the your LIFE U.iY

Sixth), fijfyty .Sunday school at, of Jesus that brought unexpected Young peoples meeting at 7:30'' Circuit, Cuirl, cf nude County, Florida. onthe for health at SHANK-
IMh day or Hnnh MM. tor. llrrmato
t:45 a. m. fur pupils under 20 years results. The tested j p. m manntn tak iharve of. rontnil "her LIN GROVE. TOURIST nO ,MS.

of age; morning service it 11 I choir will offer two anthem! and Imomr a foe dealer In cry cottages, camp. 4-ROOM in n-
mpixt This mil Ire .U published lirrvlouit.i
o'clock. Wednesday e"ening cervices : numbers at the morning worship tin. makliiK "r ..petition aa "...,.Irt4' Ishcd cottage. FANCY ( IrT
which Include testimonials'' hour. The Young People i EPISCOPAL I by law BOXES. All kindsIf i I nit
I' Thai the llth day of Frbruary 1989,
of healing and experience and remarks : :tha'e: chance of the music I I St John's-S. E. Second avenue I Iand I MHH COOPER MAKIN I WEST FLORIDA CITY (rtdtn
RFMrARN: A I'KKHULilllnnvr.
on Christian Science, 8 p. i hour. Fourth street Homestead. .
All r.,. for '
m. The public cordially invited I' ;Geo, N. Wakefleld lay reader.) r.ihll.h.Hl: February 17. Hi March Ii.l ]HOME laundry Mix Jet l.- ,n,
to attend. I silver Palm :Methodist Church" l in 1"0 the \....,...r.tnt.rprl",. Hum. *. | 620 S. Krome AuWANTKI. I
Sunday school at D:30 a. m.; morn .load., Florida.Nf1TICR.
-the Rev J. E. Waller, pa tOI'.' ;|Ing prayer at 11.METHODIST. I, -
Feb 14 F.e>
-sermon OF tiers ICATIuN )
Sunday school every Sunday at 101
topic: "Mind." I Fuss TAX DFFI) 1 I
a. m,, preaching services on first '. : EPISCOPAL Chills IUI7-A. of ltslr Flle A11"
third nnd fifth Sundays at U a Net HiU h. given that Sam K 'r.,. TUTORING WANTED .h
CHURCH OF CHRIST i lir h. likr I St.t. and CountY T., C run ,, .
FlorIda Church ; school and grade schnol ut ,..
nnd 7:30 City Community : '
m. : p. m. ale No Sli>(< ,U-u.-d the Ut day at Auuiut: ,
Homesteaa-First avenue and I -the Rev. C. G. Nelson, pastor. A. n 1021. linn lUre name In my nfflw mil!I Mrs H. J. A-nvtrnm A 0 ,
ha< m'nlcalh.n for a lai deed u lirl
N W Fifth St. Bible study at 10 prlncrlon-The Rl1v. J. E. Wailer I I Church school at 10 a. m.; preaching |.< i.d.lh; .rer nsaid, Cmlflrat4i cmbitrMl I Ih. Plummer drive nrvl ( i'llry '
Ml."rliu d,'.'.rlb.l projjwy In thi1l.iinty I Club road.WANTED .
a. m, communion: fellowship andpreaching I pastor, preaching at 9 a. m.: at 7;30 p. m. Midweek prayers ,.f n.l. state of rhiHd. : ', __
at 11 m Sunday' school at 10. I.-t- I,. Ninth HI Ti-r Plat M-k "It I
: I(and Bible study Wednesday at I.... o.'. 'in II,. County of bade, Slat,' "t Listings: or h. lines f
11..rob, ,. and apartments for rent Henry
CUCRCIIOFGOD I PENTECOSTALGoulds 730 Thv ........n.1 ,.f said property ttndrr j
.. Behrens &: Benj. W Morris N.
the al.l certificate I. "d was In the name|
Sunday school at 9.43,1 .
.r: i'nkmw? Krome Ave., next to Baptist
Homestead-608 N. W. First Redland Community Churchthe -
I preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.30: p. m. fnli. said ,rilrlatt, shelf b. mlitm-l"! Church. ,
avenue; Rev, J. T. Cophn I I Rev. C. G. Nelson, pastor. aiiirdlnit 'u litw the pnuwrty i .iK-tf I )
school at 9 45 pastor'l therein, Kill boo .old t,., The highest bWl.r',
: PRESBYTERIAN preaching at 11 a. m. : day In the month of April lust whl,h I.
at' '11. Epworth League at 63il. Midweek the *rd day of April. 1111. exchange subscrIption 01 idvcr-
t m,; Junior Y. P. at 7; children'* Homestead-Rrome avenue 1
Dated this filth day .if rrhruirv 'Into Using for clean LeudcrEnterpru -
meeting/ at 7 in parsonage. Prayer) N. 16th street; the Rev. E. L. Nel-I i prayers and Bible study: E. H. LFATHKRMAN I rugs

meeting p. m. Wednesday son, minister. Bible ichool ill' Thursday at 7.30. : P.d.Clerk of County Circuit H.irlJa dirt., I'(I *.

iCIrrnlt Court KrallHy ,
. . . . . . . . . N C. STERRETT! D. C.

a iF.b 17. H March. 101 r Buy a Home

IN TUB ('f\I"TY Jl'D.IS TO RT IN Buy Grove Land
AMI nm n A UK (II"T\, HDKIDA.'

Redland District III IN Kr PHllHtTK: fHTAII: OK N. 10095. I' Buy Glade LandIt

: JANE J. TODD I .If..
MilS JANE lonn, r4aw Is my firm belief that higher -
MITIt'K TO IRFniTORS prices Imminent
Ti All I'....tlt..,. and All 1'...... Mivlnt
Claim ,,r Demands Against sold Jet...,. I Don't quibble about prloe.Don't .
You. Hid each of >ou. an hrrrbr null
tied Ned I :iniulrrd l to present any lain sod I wall.
drmanil which jou, ur either of you may!, Buy now.
hair ai.aln I the estate of Jan.' i. Told, I i
REAL ESTATE : alia. Mr> J.n' J. Todd, drcM -d. llta ..r You'll thank me for this .u,.

/ .t'd\l: Comti' Connrrtlciil t:i the I estlon a few month hence
W County Judge ,,r Dad.: I|
f .n.nte. and Mir the name In his' ,
I'MC. mil) ('urthiii.r In Haiti I',unit' I III II. A. Cameron
: rid. within .hint I fr,m the dm. of the firm I .hll."I", I I.i,. ;
if. Skid rlaim. .r demand, to..nt.n," 1
BARGAINS : I,.nal ulilrrx of the claimant an,) to 10'1 LEGAL NOTICE
.".rn I.,, and presented a> ar. r.,>al.l, _
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t be redeemed aesordinr to law. 's- dad
will taut thereon on the not del f Marsh
10 acres of Persian lime and 10 acres of : Consolation A. D. Its*.
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the more pleased I am that only i Circuit Court Snit
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11 Modern home with all conveniences-and' the :



HENRY BEHRENS BENJ. W. MORRIS Estate General Insurance

Registered Broker Sales Manager: !: NOTARY PUBLIC

Next to Baptist Church N. Kratno Ave. Homestead .

Cor. Palm Ave. and Ave. B Florida City, Fla.


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FREE: TRAINING FOR YOUTH : : : : : : "'1111111111111:111": 111"111'1"111"1111' : ""1I1I1I1I1I1
MRS" C. IL PEPPER Chicago, .Feb. 1 .-More thin w .
forty thousand students from all
DIES IN HOSPITAL parts of the world have received White Clever.
tuition-free training at the Moody,
Bible Institute of Chicago, found- D bloom
AFTER ILLNESS.I ed 52 years ago by D. L. Moody,I Bacon d
; noted evangelist. In these year Shipped
Mrs Clinton H. Pepper, 3i, of I thousands of graduates have entered .' Plates
Princeton, a resident of the Red-. special Christian service a.
I.nd District for the past 13 )'ean.1 pastors evangelists Bible teach-I EGGS
ded: last Friday morning at Jackson ers, directors of Christian education -; lb. 1 1 .
Memorial hospital In Miami' gospel song leaders. and Sun- Doz.
after a long illnei After a thort! day school superintendents and
service Saturday morning at Tur- teachers In churches of nearly al\ 12c 28c
ner Funeral Home, the body wa denominatIOns. More than 2,100
shipped to Centervllle Pa., her have gone out as missionaries toi I
former home for burial, which 70 foreign countries under various 3 lb box
took place Tuesday. church boards. Twelve of these I
She leaves besides her husband have met death as martyrs while SEE THE 750-LB. MASS DISPLAY OF
her parents, Mr. and Mrs John E. 1.400 are still on the field. I CHEESE SALE KRAFTS AMERICAN 0 R BRICK 47cStokelys
Coldren of Perryopolis Pa.; four Last year nearly 3000 attendedthe CHEESE PACKED IN J-LB BOXES
brothers Wlllard Stanley Leland, day and evening schools and
end J. W. Coldren all of Perry 1].000 were enrolled in the correspondence :
opolis; and six listen Miss Jean; school The Bible is''
Coldren of Princeton Miss Gladys the principal textbook but course RICE 19c
5 LBS.
Coldren of Miami Mn Frank Al- are offered also in Sunday school:
brecht and Miss Esther Coldren of administration, gospel music pub
New York City, and Mn Forbes lic i speaking, home economics, I 3 o FINEST
:Frown and Miss Hazel Coldren of manual training. homiletics apologetics I PINK SALMON CAN lOc
PtrryopollsMn Greek Hebrew and medi- p MEd PEACHES
Pepper born Miss Helen cal subjects for missionary work.
Coldren was a native of Perry- There are three terms a year \\HEATIESJpkfj.
polls and a graduate of the high fall, winter I and summer An Illustrated No. 2 1-2 can 17c CORN-KIX-1 pkg.DILLON'S. All 25c
school of that town. A graduate catalogue I will be mailed on I
of California Normal School she request. Address: 153 Institute
was for a time a teacher In the Place, Chicago !
public schools of Perryopolis After 2 Lit. JAR 25c
her marriage she and Mr Pepper
fume to Princeton In 1926 and he NEW MODERN
engaged In tomato and potato EATING WISESAPS I
farming She was active in church PALMS HOTEL
work and until her last Illness 5 Ibs. 2oc: Can APPLES s LBS. 29c
taught i class In the Sunday school Florida City

of Church the and Homestead led the Methodist program partof Rooms* and Apartments 10 Ibs.. 13c; I RIPS
the devotional Inquire at I BANANAS 14c
In 19S2 Mrs. Pepper was worthy TORCISE RESTAURANT !o Ibs... Soc: 15c
matron of the Naranja chapter ..
Order of the Eastern Star. The SWEET YAMS, 5 Ibs. 14c
year following she was honored
with the Eastern Star title of rep- WANT ADS PAY I
resentatlvs of South Dakota.
Greenwich Inn-Assorted Flavors ;

Growers!! Truckmen!! PURE PRESERVES, 12 oz. jar. 15c 2 can55c lb. !

LOOK and Miss These ValuesIf Excell's Soda or Graham I0 f ri

CRACKERS, 1 Ib. pkg. __ lOc

-- You Can

............................. Meal or Grits, bulk 5 lbs. 14c

500 x 20 6 ply '"' Ruby 14 oz. bottle .,..... AMOS ... ashy mNO'I
h. ;, \\.AIN'T DAT I
$12.95 r LN' :' 5 Ibs. KETCHUP .10c GREAT

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30x5.8ply '"MM BalloonSelfRising --i TOMATO SOUP' ':

i i 26c Flour

$16.50 3 cans 25c
10 Ibs. 31c 20 Ibs. 59c

I 32x6-10 ply Pkg.
.Meat Items.

$27.50 .....::: .. w" 10cGrapeNut


Best Priers Country Roll Butter, lb. 33c
nest Quality cans

All others equally Lamb Shoulders HALF OR H HOLE 15c

IUradlve 13

FIRST Guaranteed SMOKED-LB. 17c
'P1JJ1iT 6S}! I''
GRADE .LJ. .1U1IL! Casings Fork Shoulder WHOLE OR

Texaco One-Stop Station LOCAL KILLED Flakes

N. J- A_ Phone 1111041 homestead HENS, Ib.. 30c FRYERS, lb.. 35c Pkg. . lOc

GOLD COINBreakfast Blue Plate Oleo

WELDING SHOP Bacon SLICED tB. 31c Lib ___ __ .u 20c
FREE-Utility Bowl

Portable Etoetrt and AoclyleM Welding M Cylinder BloeU. p'kg
Cylinder Heads. Aluminum CaMten sad Bollcn. I tat 2 cans

Automotive H=elms Krpalriac Catorinf; to caram La main ,:.
bearing pouring and a"aet! ,....... coanecUnf r4 pouring IIUIItTtl 17c

sad boring and cylinder borlar. lOc Carnation i r Milk l ?.0c hIE JP\, A .


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