The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00164
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: March 4, 1938
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00164
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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BOX OF FRUIT I I Over After$6,000 City's in Bonded Back Taxes Debt Paid Is Refunded Shortly BRIDGE PROJECT EXPECTED II

I Approxtnnatrty' ,'11.* In back gating $461,020 will be refund.: i
taxes has been collected ly R. E. ed-with non-tn rest.-be.1'tI11. certificates I
Edward, it/ clerk. sins the taxdiscount Indebtedness redeem '
FESTIVAL schedule vent into effect able at 2- per tent of their face I
last Friday. value at the call of the city I FERRfESCANBEELIMINATED : !
There have also been many inquiries It wa revealed that a mandamus ,I
by taxpayer concerning has been served against the I J jI l lRcdl -
:Pjiffeant by Historians of the amount ., their back taxes so:[city of Homestead by J. M. Me- I ,n4 'District Homestead Gateway to
that they may begin to pay them. Allister of Miami who holds ,
Dade Features Program Mr. Edward: report; : $6,000 worth of city bond, to Book to Be Printed Famous Oversea Road, t ,
Today Tax levies for the last nine compel the city to raise the 1838 Serially in LeaderGUaspse Feels Benefits :
year which have been delinquent levy sufficiently to permit pay -
MOTION PICTURES because of prohibitive mlllage ment of the bonds. W the RedlandDMrirt. TRAFFIC TO ISLAND
which the city was forced to levy Mr. McAllister did not join with ." a book compiled by
to satisfy\ bondholder now may the other bondholder who made Ute Enfllah department .< 1
be paid at discounts totaling more a settlement with the city which remand Wrt ..***l cental 1 ', .I
Rare Fruit in Booth of than 85 per cent was completed last Friday. This Isis akeeritlnr data about UM Report Shows Net Profit
C. of C. Excite Curiosity .. The outstanding bond principal bond refunding l Issue and tax discount early days here and lb.growth Of $8,000 in Tolls for \
totaling $980,000' has been extended schedule will not be affect
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*f the ,-"' \ wUI \:
of Visitors over I period of 30 yean by ed by the mandamus, Ira Haycock,\ ** pabWhed la serial f rm In February .j
means of callable refunding bonds,i city attorney, said. the Leadtr-Ealervrls beginning -
A P8in t it thu JRedland PU', dAk<'\-Qrl; 1. J.Q31. They beat .111 Tin self will be pUt t. to next Friday. Completion of the Oversea High
trlct Fruit Festival will be spon- average Interest rate of 39 per' respond to the mandamus on The author are Walk way to Key West by April 1 to '
cent Instead of the former rate of' Mar. 11 such extent that ferry service 1
aored by the Dude County Historian Them****. Elisabeth HainUn.Margaret an
I; per cent.Post I' Albright. Ethel Rek- may be entirely eliminated was
Society this ffiernoon, .I' due-Interest coupons aure- IUIJ3 Juniors Pment4mJano era, Ern Griffin, Warren indicated yesterday by B. M. Duncan .,
of Pay
part pioneer\ when mena-
Hood. Vera Parker, Mary AnnB
lien of the Err, of\ IJ'cb.l0 chief engineer end general
Three Score -and Ten w* and Catherine Bell
Dub and Townsend clubs will be Mis* rieanat Payne Is the manager the
ue.t| Of honor. A dramatization of Charlotte English Instructor In eN.f,.. project which Is converting tile r{t
( PRIZE AWARDSMADEAVAILABLE i roa..'. faihou bob*," ",one I -- abandoned viaduct* of the Florida
Mrs Nol'g\II. C. lXeljt, peal !Byre" will be presented by' the
> _'.* the. INFLUX OF ARMYiOFJlCERSJMIN: East Coast r.1hoatl..lnto modern
n Historians, will be Intb.r Junior class of Kedlsnd Hlgl
,*. E.: B."F.nner" Dunn, school next Thursday evenlnj concrete surfaced highway prMg';s. 1

"{ ho has \. under the direction of MiA Elinoi Reporting progress of construcn -
metrorologtjj. Wen.is* :
hug at 2:30: p. re, each day, will :' ""' ..- Payne -ther ChglMi department. o to" ftf Gme-rTchd 1M Yen .
continue to speak at that time Redland Citrus Grower Am* Alma Jane Undgren play the NEXT FEW' YEARS Bridge Commission at'Key West, *' |
from the Chamber of Commerce elation won tint prize of $25 for part of the charming Jane Eyre, Duncan said the project would j ,
booth. E St. Clair Piggotto\ of the best community exhibit: of governessEdward Burr that of be r'I in condition I to be opened to
Miamiwlll continue to sing Kit citrus fruit at the Fruit Festival' Edward Rochester, master 01 The next few years will see an I travel by the first of next month
own composition to the accompaniment Wilbur Vick ww awarded first I Thornfleld Hall; Jean Garrett, Influx of retired army officers into Since the ferry haul wa cut
of hit guitar ai he wonder -' prize $25 for the best community Rochester' adopted child; Mary Silver Palm due to the work ofCol. from 40 mile to 12 mile by the
through the tests each afternoon exhibit of vegetables, and Elmer I Ann Brown, the housekeeperCleo ; Alva Lee who retired from [opening up of some of the converted
Umpton.won second prize of fit Chubb Bessie Leaven Jane's the army several year ego and railroad right of nay, travelon
A box of fruit is being given M 'THt exhibit of Homestead; High one-time nursemaid; Elizabeth: made his home there. the Oversea Highway has been
I door prize each day. MIL Helen School and Homestead Grammar Sage, Dowager Lady Ingram; Colonel Lee 1* developing a ,heavy--as Homestead and Florida
Boyer ot Miami won,the-'fruit on School each won first prize of $10 Emily Engel: Lady Mary, her 140-acre plot along Kingman City service stations: and drink
Tuesday, Mrs. /. D. Patterson won while Redland school: was awarded daughter; Marjorie Campbell, Lady Crossroad from Silver Palm drive stand* along the route can attest
it on Wednesday,and Mr*. William second prize of $3 in each of Blanche: Cohen Leggett Sir to Halnlln drive which la Intend At the bridge commissions
C. Meredith of Boston was the these divisions. In the home '(Continued on PaP Four) ed for these officer and their meeting yesterday. It was found
winner Thursday. I economic exhibit, the dhool families. Ninety acre Is plantedin that toll collected: for the month
Informative display typifyingthe exchanged place as Redland won TIE WEATHER I Persian limes; fruit Is being of February alone yielded a net
abundant resources of Dade first prte of $10 and Homesteadwas picked from 60 ot these acre and profit of approximately ",ClOt.
County are drawing thousand ., given the second prize of $5 5.0HIri0I e.d/.M ea_ta.e_swat....,.1M4....r.._....... on SO acre the tree art smaller. 1 The commission authorized construction
visitors to the Festival Seventy Silver cups: for special achievements It I* the duty of Colonel Lee to of a toll house at the
five members of the League of In the, Fruit Festival were Date IMuIII\a; ] aar.( Eals plant the groves and care for them south terminal, rest room at both
A Democratic Women Voter. were awarded by the donor or their Feb. 25 __ 'II 42 30.1 i until the officer retire and come terminals and other improvement
guest of honor Wednesday representatives, a* follows: Feb..20 _. 11 J7 30.17 here to build their homes. Among incidental establishing the toll
Motion picture art being takenof To the Dude County Potato Feb 21 .. 'II 43 those who already own groves to gates.
the mat Festival exhibit by Grower Association for the best Fe\, J8 .T- II 58 30.01 this development are: CoL and To tray! the Oversea: Highway,
Claude Matlack and Edwin Cooper commercial exhibit of Irish pota- Mill' .1 ""_ ,8 10 30.12 Mn. J. D. Elliot, Cot and :Mrs. which p without toll charge tordistance ,
fsef-lanc photographers.They toes, by South) Dade Farms Inc. Milt. 2 ___ 17 51 30.111 Ralph W. Kingman. Capt. and a of 60 mile south .fHomestead \
will follow chess with To the Homestead Future Fann Mar. I __ 85 11 30.11 Mrs.: Bruce W. BidweU and Lt. the moorilfrom MI-
scenes In fruit groves la the dis- er Chapter by; William D. Joyce.To Col. and Mrs. Herbert M. POoL)arM should turn left at the traffic
trict which they will begin photographing Robert Gauzena, for the best Carnival Show Not Mr. and Mi*' H.: F.'ihepherd of fight In the intersection of the
Monday The Manual Training exhibit by /. Charleston, & C, aiM ban bough federal highway Mid Krome avenue
will be shown In (heater Plcture./Mark Wilcox Closed! by KM Klyx one of the grove. .. .
the state and I IIPJ of f / To the O. & L. Roofing Com- But Management
become the property of (Continued on Page Seven)
._- ,I AmongF'estival Exhibits ; .
The customary visit and pa.
I State of Florida Joins i in Observing I rade *f the Kl Klux Klan U the South Dade Garden" ClFramed ..-the plant that grow In South Dade. s
Redland District.FrmJt Festival bowef Hemeatead Flower Garde
National Used Car Exchange Week last Waist gave rise U an unfounded most Interlaced in a filth of Mparagiufern Spanish Artistically arranged bouquet
nmer that the Klan *et against an orchid background
blossoms the
Governor Con ha proclilnmed bile industry out 6f the current had closed th "rirl saw" en South and Dade oporculma Gtfden Club exhibit make tile Homestead Flower Gar i
the carnival midway ei hn Una* exhibit study In
recession and stimulate American dens a perfect
next week. March $.11, Florida Is a bower,it radiant blooming
business generally, is an outgrowth found that this anew was aolonger flower deconUon.
Used Caf Exchange Week D. L. I plant and ut flowers.Paw .
of recent conference at the White doing badger, Dahlia, tweet peas, larkspur,
Shacktaferd. local automobile House between President Roosevelt The show wa n4 aaseag New ,ft the blossoms Included snapdragons In _pick: yellow or. .
dealer said yesterday. The ,overDlll" and leader of the automobile industry Approved .r UM renseriag eemntltlee ore thexglsdiolus, bohenla. galar- chid and white yellow and whit
'* proclamation ill M follow:) Mr. Mscauley said The el enacsber *f eammcft dla, Silvia sultana pink. begonia, .\lUte. purple and white asters i
President baa been advised of plans Imprvreneat aasnrlailon and bachelor button phlox nasturtium and marigold all art grouped In
The Florida 1OVft1a\>l'* proclamation for the campaign which is the tint ministerial represeBlaUve, end ,[eranlum. ageratum and larkspur. vase with their mist ot baby
wa In eocIperaVitlJ cooperative effort ever undertaken pen eenplainl n* to Ha nature They were furnished by club breath adding I lacy touch..
Nattewl Used Car Exchange Week IB which all American automobile the feettval nuutMeeaaat 111.,.- members and their friend*. The :Mn Jant S. McLean owner .l
announced recently in New York manufacturer have taken part. seed the sight W had reserved committee in charge include Mr*. the gardens, baa mad the most */
for the lime period by Alvin The campaign U timed at the to e...* any tenetsslan 4Jnd1ed William Dunlop chairman and the rich hue and graceful shape
Msiauky, 'spooking Jot fvetT' outset at tbe spring selling season objectionable, Oe* W. Tnmer.Jr Mrs Elberta Buie. Th club president of each blossom, blending or ear
;American automobile manufacturer when both new and used cars fsesltsnl .. the ehaasber ef Mr*. R. J. Shepherd, and treating them to form a perfect
er and. tin MU H.<$ automobile \ usually beep to move in greatest! e.nr.ae 161" lRoy Matthew sre also assisting unit dealas* [volume Mr. Maeautey *ld. It if TIM afcww nil cfcaed; *"4 akent booth. where there I* always r bU* HMh
The campaign a national drfvf aimed primarily at stimulating the 7:3" The' Klan penile Seek an Interested group of garden Motion pictures are being shownContinue4
to sweep the American automo- (Continued en Page Eleven) ; place at aka. It/'clack. lovers asking question about ( on Par Five)

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Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, March -4, 1938
32789, compared to a total of, nouncement made today by
Chicago Manufacturer's home Here I FIGURES SHOW I I16.466.S2 during the same period I E. J. Dyai, member of the boa
I' ] last season. The Redland District of director of the Dade Coun;
Designed for Luxury in the TropicsExpressly STEADYGROWTH Fruit Festival will add about $400' chapter. "_
I to the municipal light and power Mrs. 1).1i>lntc4 out the
designed for luxurious Auditorium week from next sun-I revenue Mr Ivey said. Homestead has only one
I a
country living in the subtropics lath day at a:IS o'clock. Mr IN I POPULATION!; Roy ;. Chandler, Redland district Cross first aid' instructor T.
home which was completed a member of the board of lectureship -I manager for the Florida Power -: Dleler, who baa been active
for Mr. and Mrs Leo Wainwright of the Mother Church, the That the Redland district Is and Light Company, reports teaching Homestead boys and girli
Xrnst, this season, on Avocado First Church ef Christ Scientist, steadily becoming more thickly an addition of at least 100 more life saving during the past yea
drive, west of Redland road by In Boston. I populated it evidenced In the riM consumers on the company' linesIn The local Red Cross d
Miller Brothers Miami contractors. The public Is cordially Invitedto la the consumption of electricity Florida City and the rural or also announced three life savtaj
Plans for the two-story modified attend and water and en increase In post grove sections of the district Instructors' courses, of which the j
colonial house were built about the office receipts. Receipts at the Homestead post first will begin Tuesday, Marc
large screened terrace which forms Sambo Operetta Liked Cordon Ivey, superintendent of 1 I office show a II to 20 per cent 8, at 6 p. m., at the McFaddDeauvllle
those at the end of
an angle at the rear of the buildIng -, By Children and Adult the Homestead municipal llghtj increase over pool on Miami Bet
and gives the sun and water system, reports that the a comparable period last year, and will run Tuesday and Thu"
.ndlOUth-1 Postmaster S. E. Livingston ,IU-
eastern breezes free I peak load carried at any one time day evenings for two and a halt
"LIttle Black Sambo the
oper- Mrs. Blanche Chapman,
this center of the family's life this season by the Homestead light mates. weeks. The second class will '
etta by Henry Cross, will be presented also reports
:Rooms in which modem versions plant was 640 kilowatts, contrasted Florida City postmistress gin Monday March 14, at 8 a. m:|
Thursday, Mar. 10, at I' Increase in postal receipts.
of furniture to the load bat of an BUtmore pool and!
eighteenth century I p. m.. In the Neva King Cooper! peak season at the Miami
predominate, open from the ter 1 I auditorium.The 43S kilowatts. Current sold during will continue for five consecutive|
race. From there, beyond abroad costumes are being made I December, 1937, and Januaryand days. The third class begins Monday -
expanse of smooth green by the sewing division of the February, 1938, totaled $17- FIRST AID CLASS I March 31, at 9 a. m. and!
lawn be the whiteguest I for five ,
may seen cozy Works Progress Administration will be conducted consecutive -
lodge. Farther back and at here. Those taking part are) STARTSMONDAY days at the Venetian pool]
the sides the newly planted lime Lonnle Horn as Sambo, Clarice FESTIVALContinued In Coral Cables.
grove begins.Mr. Dodson as Mumbo, and Howard I I Many Homestead boys and girls 1
Emit has retired from his Kirby as Jumbo. I ( From Page One) A course in first aid for the qualified during the past summer j
duties as vice-president of the Prima In the Red Cross beginners' and
Harry Bishop, Yates Inker, land District Chamber of Com- development of volunteer Instructors -
Company of Chicago and has Frank Haiumon, Jr, and Jack'I merce. swimmers' tests, and a number]
given up his home at Miami Beachto Barnes will take parts of monkeys:.! The attendants in the boothsare In the first aid service of the continued their training under Instructor -
learn the Ilm'-arowlnllnduatrJ Arnold Mcllwsln, Frederick Cham- kept busy answering the manyquestions American National Red Cross will i Bleler in junior life MVIng -|
on the forty acres surrounding hit ben Harry Simpson and: of Interested visitors. begin Monde, March 7, in the I The courses are free to the
new Redland District home. He Wilbur Caves will be tigers and They show particular curiosity]I court of crimes court room, public and enrollments are being
Is literally beginning Ironthe Lewis Murray will be the croc- about the rare fruits on display In:j ty courthouse. Miami, at 7 received at the Red Cross office/
ground up by planting his own odlle the Chamber of Commerce booth I] coun-I 1105 courthouse, MIAmi. As the ;
trees and learning each stage of Billy Jacobs, Shirley Smith,I) and at some of the exhibits ofi i This course will run classes are limited in size: and will J
lime culture as the trees grow. He Anne Rheney and Ardel Parman1! more well-known varieties. The Wednesday and Friday I be given only to those who expectto 1"
is learning also by experimentation will be dancers. Other parts will I great muses of fruits and vege. for three weeks, and those successfully have an opportunity to teach
In his slathouse and garden be taken by Ruth Rutland Barbara I tables abundant here at this time I completing it will be authorized first aid and life saving, enrollments -
about other plants Wakefield, Barbara Jean of the year cause tourists from to teach Red Cross classes' will be accepted as they
The house was erected behind Smith, Dorothy Klinner, Winifred 1 the North to marvel. In Dade County, according I to .I are received. I
a small rockplt which is now a Danzy, Hubert Nichols, Bobby r
sunken garden with a pool surrounded Nichols, Donald Neely, Dale Faust
by grass, blooming annuals and Billy Hutchlnson. I
and exotic plants. The story of "Little Black Sam
Mr. and Mrs. Ernst are especially bo" I* a favorite of all children!
appreciative of the freedom and as well as adults. The admission'), BUY A MODERN CAR NOW-WHilE
quiet of the country coupled with charge will be 10 cents and 20'
the proximity of Miami Beach cents. The proceeds will belied I II
where they can continue to carryon by the school to purchase music I

Norman social la activities.now a student Their at son a, I supplies.- YOU HAVE MORE TO TRADE AND LESS TO PAY

Homestead school while their r -I'I'I
daughter Marilyn, remains at
Miss Harris' School In Miami NATUROL GAS :
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Christian Science I
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Lecture AnnouncedCharles 'I

V. ''I VIRGIL D. LYON, Homestead|
Wlnn, C S. B. will
give a free lecture on Christian
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Science In the Homestead School .. _|

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Invest in Federal Savingsand

Loan Stock

Fully Insured up to $5,000.00.

Pays Regular Dividends !


YOU feel very comfortable about year Investment 1. Insured y
thrift institutions like ears, fee la all ....Insured aaaeelaUcas t t.
year money Is rally protected Mains! low a* I* 'J,00 :
by the Federal Savings Lean Insurance Corporation. :
lie invested your money Is safeguarded not enly by the great
reaoorce el that Ceraeralle (apical 11.0.....***) 'bat by Its DISPLAYING THIS SIGN
earefal supervision ef the Institution t oared-rwhlek mast meet I
strict requirements .( streaUi **d aoaadnee I* qualify. i
'iJK* Get there early while the choice is wide-
Tear money gee awfully to work when Invested with ea-- I .
........ year neighbors te build er renutheir homes, .pre"I I

lag employment Increasing huua happiness. I I fine cars now offered at rock-bottom pricesThis

Betides that It earns reasonable dlvldendi 4 per cent, dlvl- !
dead ban bass paid regularly by this loaUtaUan
I National Used Car Exchange more powerful engines-better gsa

We ..welcome all Inquires from Investor Aeeeaale maybe I Week gives you I great opportunity to mileage better brakes bigger tire
evened with any sum from $1... OB, and a variety ef practical
I OWN A BETTER CAR for a small invest- -dozen of improvements introduced
la uttered
plan yea
meet Automobile dealers co-operating since your old car wa built.

I in this big sale have a fine selection of Now's the tim to ouJca the witch,

First Federal Savings & Loan Associationof I used can and prices are far below while you have more to trade and Us a
those of several
month the
ajo. to pi). Your prevent car may cover )
Many are 1937 '36 and '35 models down-payment-balanot on easy term

Homestead I backed by the finest of dealer guaranIf you have no car to trade, you can still

lee*. All bar thousand of miles of take advantage of the low down-pay

CHAS a TVKNEK MANAGING IECUTAKT first-class unused transportation in them. meats and easy term during this sal*.

And the "first-class" transportation of

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tioa which the of older
owners car can -
hardly imagin Beautiful modern styling DRIVE OUT A BETTER CAR

Chas. G. Turner a more eomfortabU rid- more -

room for you and your luggage -finer, EASY TERMS

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Friday March 4,1938 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare 111,..*

l istration books are now In the '" daughters, Mrs. Doris Orubba,
precinct and will remain there Mr. Marie Pope and Mia ElIte
until the first day of April. after Fetich of Homestead: two half-
FOR BIGGER DADEREGISTRATION which they will be moved to the Beach High 40-23 inSeason's FATALLY BY CAR brothers, Herbert and Harry Petsch
court house to remain open until of New York; and a half-aister
the last day of April.It Last GameThe Mn Evelyn Anderson of Tampa.B. .

was also stated that It was Mr*. Mary Petsch. 47 wu fatally -
highly desirable to have the voters Injured when she WM struck W. Morns Sees Realty
Only SO per cent of those qualified register In the precincts, a* the final game of the regular by a motor car driven by Henry Take Turn for Better:
to vote in Dade County were voting machine to be used this season for the Homestead High Ulrich, Jr., on Campbell street cut
registered during the past year, year have a capacity of 800 voters School basketeen was an easy of Krome avenue, Friday night The bond-refunding Issue should
according to George Crawshaw, per day each and the commission how 40-23 win over an Interior West A ooroner't jury called the accident make Homestead real estate take

commander of John G. Salley Post must know machine as soon must as possible be provided.,I Palm Beach five last Friday night unavoidable. I a turn for the better, Ben]. W.
of the American !Legion which has the Homestead It Ulrich, an Interstate truck Morris, Homestead realtor, said '
In was
been assigned' the precincts from gym. driver whose home I* In Chicago this week.
Goulds south In an organized effort Prospects Seen Better little more than a good workout testified that he did not tee Mm.Fetich Since the bond settlement wasmade
for a larger registration and for the local boys as every man Until the Instant he struck
there has been
a larger vote In the coming primaryand Now Than in Ten Years"We In the starting line-up hit the hoop her. Aaftoted by the occupants an increase last Friday in Inquiries regarding
general election of another that arrived
tor at least four points Nine car after property within the city limits he
The movement started with the of the accident he look Mn. PetscbJ
a are right on verge homestead players took part In I data I
meeting Harvey W. Seed Post [the biggest prospect for aettot* to the Poet Graduate hospital,
Miami, Tuesday night when representatives In ten years" U. A. Cymafei), the whitewashing, as Coach Miller I where the died two hours later Mr. Morris noted an Improvement
of seventy various Homestead real estate broker substituted freely In the last three|, Without regaining con clo_. In rentals during; the put
civic fraternal and I quarters, using several differentcombinations : Ulrich few years He estimated thai
political organizations this week. asked a nurse to call the
of regulars and reserve there were 75 houses in Homestead -
were present Com- "It looks better than It has since police. which stood vacant part
mander Crawshaw represented the 1925. We are face to face with Io Police ChIJ'S! ;" it' Sullivan and of the year, three years ago,
Burn outstanding
Platt and
Homestead Legion post were
a most prosperous number of I William SyktflTWMt; patrolman
101 but last summer there were practically : -
"It was pointed out that only by years," he continued.He for Palm Beach with reported that WW> was saber no unranted houses
strength at the poll can tile glaring reported that most of the and 8 point respectively. They I 1 and that the ivkfMWe showed that
,were the only Wildcat to score. ,
iniquities in representation at largo eighty ta one hundred sixty- tne brakes and SIMS on his car
Tallahassee and In the distribution acre tract In the Bedland District more than two point wr working and hat he had not
of the gas tax and race track have been absorbed by large da-I Little, a* usual, paced the Green been driving fast DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST rI r
taxes be corrected" Mr Craw velopers and White scorers with twelve Funeral services were conducted I
shaw said"Acordlng. points. Homestead led at halt for the victim by the Rev. CN. !

to a ruling from the time 28-14. Walker Monday afternoon at
attorney general for the State of WARREN WOOD WINS PRIZE R...itev4 r. ft Pt( Palo Rea. flftpf the First Baptist Church of Office Hours P a. m. to I p. m.Sundays11 t
: M DuM. rat fOn. I t
Florida, it Is not necessary to pay Warren Wood, president of the aka"";, i I : lIHarrb., I :I stead, and burial was in Home-I U 1
a poll tax for the year of 1838, or Redland Future Farmer chapter, .Hm.t....... IMIN. I 1 IKIniMmu.ll Pl.... a a I Cemetery at Naranja Closed Saturday :
to produce receipt for the paymentof has won second place and a '10cli.h .. .t 1 !IA.wis ... ner Funeral Home was in chargeof
tax Farmer District V.rtl./ .. I lllliiriM, ... t 4MrMfelwl arrangements.Mrs. Free '
any previous poll in orderto prize in Future Parking Space
vote at any election In 1938: It Six In the Master Future 4 t:I'O''v.na' a.: '. ItMckjtr. Fetich was born In Rldgc- :
U necessary, however for all voters Farmer contest sponsored by the I .:.. _U..dti., a '_. 1Toul vllle, S. c., and had been a resl- nilf.. aSTIr RT. MIIM1riioxc
to register anew. Chilean Nitrate Educational Bu- ...... .IS t "| ,.............II 111,'dent of Homestead for about fifteen t-Jin ;
"It was explained that the reg reau, it was announced this week.i Referees-Lube and Schwarts. years She leaves three \
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Good Gulf Dealers tops in ULF OLF

service and products, say

visiting motorists :. \

"FROM Jacksonville to Key Vest, I've hit one "

swell Gulf station after another! .. .

"Good Gull Dealer in Florid gave me the i

best service I've had anywhere! .. ;

"I bad more fun in Florida, thank to the I

great performance; Gulf product turned in!"

So say visiting motorist whore been Gulf

guest in Florid Drive in at the Sign of the

Orange Disc and prove these statements for

;yourself You'll agree Gulf i* tope in the State.

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Now no other like It- itiaa and awtim of '
the....,in detail ttxrhea, golf clubs yomtaofinumt
all dearly aaavked a ,
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a long drlT*. At BUM Good Gulf dMkra. I
along with acid bottled drk ks. ?" ..
ThoM fro sonioos will keep yo. Ml of
a peek ef seeable on the nadlUlf

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the houses,, The first two hv' CLUB TO -Jane Eyre" Anderson, Catherine Bell Wanlta -
t SECOND HOUSE been planted In Persian lime tree GARDEN Thompson, Wilma Landrum; advertising ,
with enough other varieties for Elizabeth: Sago, nett
OF32FORSLANETRACT table use BEAUTIFY ROCK (Continued From Page One) Benson Elmer Hampton Alma
! Mr. Slane, former publisher of I Wilfred Lynn, who t* la love with Jane Undgren Ruby Neill; tickets, !
the Evanston Newt-Index, has Blanche; Billy Hilson, Dr. Carter; Wanita Thompson, Louise Ysttt, I j
1 FINISHED been a frequent visitor to llorida. PITINCmlKfERYlleauUUeatioll Wanlta Thompson Bertha; Cath. Neva Lott, Madeline Odom; prop. j
for the put fifteen year He had Brine Bell: and Margaret Griffin, cities, Margaret Griffin Billy An. .
a natural rock home built for him servants; Nv toll Zits an old demon, Bobby Ames, Emily En- 1
Th second of the thirty-two on Quail Roost road at XJndgren of the Cockpit In gypsy; Willis BaXtey. Richard gel Carter Sajrers, Edward Rick !
: houses to be built on the five-acre road, two yean ago. It 1* In the Palm cemetery at Naranjs will be 'Mason; Norman Benson, the Bev '
s tract being developed by Merle midst of a fruit grove surroundedby planned by the South Dade Garden John Rivers. son.Louise Yates and Madeline Odors
SlaM, former Chicago publisher; an artistic natural rock wan eomrtttttets have attend to the nwke-up and John
Club at hi next meeting The following
t under the name of "Tropical FruitGrove : put together In the same Its and
way Cleo Hlckson to lights curtain.
," will be completed next which will be In the chapel at been appointed: costume
week. the house the cemetery Monday, Mar. 7, at Chubb, I'eI1'htmbm! s, Ethel Evelyn Chambers la prompterGREATEST .
( et0iMr. Clyde Garrison of Peoria I1L, .
, Slane owns 180 acre at hal bought a tract of 110 acre p. in.George I
Naranja road and Coconut Palm adjoining the 100 acre of his N. Wakef leld,Homestead I
drive which he is dividing with friend, Mr. Slane Plans are beIng Future Farmer advisor, has offered ,
road that roadway will lead the assistance of the chapter I
to a made to develop it In the tame
members and tome of the ornamental YR
to each houie The building will manner. it
be restricted to house of lion plant they have itarted 4
poured concrete itucco, cement
block itucco and brick. Clarence :PARTS OF CUBANCATHEDRAL this cathedral TheVoof and floors
Hunt, Redland district contractor, will be of modern Cuban tile.
1* building all of the houses. Mr. Shortt, a building contractor sop +
The first house completed wit GO INR.F.SHORTTHOME li erecting this house for his
of natural rock. The one under own use on nil young avocado and
construction I II cement block stuc : Persian lime grove, which coven
co. The roof I* laid to be the ten acres The house, which contains -
second In the Redland district to a large living room, two I
be Covered with the new cement Parts of a Cuban cathedral,hundred bedrooms with bath between dinIng -
tile shingle The houses are of yean old, are being Incorporated room and kitchen, li 83 feet
modern throughout, designed to In I modem natural wide. A breeze-way containing
fill the needs of the average family rock home which R. F Shortt 1* the laundry tuba, electric water
They are termite proof with building on Naranja road between pump and heater will separatethe 1
no Wood coming In contact with Sliver Palm and Coconut Palm house from the garage A
the ground. They have tile floor, drive wide tile terrace will furnish a
cedar lined closet Venetian The loUd mahogany front door 1! cool retreat at the back of the
blind solar systems and fireplace the hand-carved cedar door inside -! house.
*. the house, some mahogany! Mr. Shortt has lived on his
Any kind of citrus fruit desired beams across the top of the living' Persian lime grove along the Fed-
by the purchaser Is being plantedon room and six grill windows of eral hlghwa belweefi Princeton Oil
each of the tracts surrounding hand-wrottght steel all carne from I land Oouldi since left )


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Rules the Low Price Field Extra value I in tbe form of exlritsorfrii tttU: : : : : U\:

<< built Into FIRESTONE __.....--Low
that ordinarily cart )rbu htore-Jmt gr gl

Safety Shift tI."Ion can hUll this fir locJaalitr'Ir. 44 a17fts S eq
of top grade materials and sell nn
t It for Jess,money, because FtantonA
$10 Control cotton and rubber supplies j
at their sources, manufactures kith # t
greater efficiency and distributes at
Extra lower cost Look at these extra f
I Value, .safety features.NlOTtCTlOH bE
because by the Firestone patented s .+ i.
I Cam-Dipping process every fiber of aft" .o
every cord In everyply 1 tatnrated
COUPE $938 I / with liquid rubber. This eonMtrrarUdangmms
I Internal friction and fatal srcr MIEg

I TUDOR SEDAN $968 -; I (I / PROTECTION that ordinarily A.AIXST cause PBICTBKEIbrrante blowouts. -+ ;Alsrtfsy 1 ++.Vni+ st

under the tread are two W a.'a'4 ad.ea
; FORDOR SEDAN $1019 a I tra layers of Gum.Dipped cords 0.a:


: TUDOR TOURING SEDAN $991 designed.the tread Is scientifically

FORDOR TOURING SEDAN $1045 Decrease hlffimoy bceW mis""".rfrttne tt "Hroaale" rwn Equip
today vcittimia. Ftrtitont Standard, rV ea.WA .

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Homestead, Fla. Phone 18 SMhi Uattitf eteking ever m fii....... NJI.c. JM it....a


South Kronle Avenue !t W. P. CASHSERVICE

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March 4. 1938 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pane Nine

Plenty of Activity For Homestead Students 11I


I allotted to health lecture speech course. Bernard Black-
SIN BASKETBALL AND The music and public speaking! bum Is the Instructor, Winning H.S. Cage

classes wave half-hour broadcast J. A. nehwlnkel, principal. of Team Expected to
over WQAM the. past two Sunday -
I the Homeettad school. |I. supervising
mm SPORTS ON PHYSICAL *. principal of the ItarMaCay Win TournamentThe
; ; The music department, under
grammar IC luol. Mrs. Patricia -
I Ij Mrs Margaret Mills I II progressing -
rapidly I This year has seen Blackbu n teaches the school
Homestead High
ED PROGRAM FOR ALL GRADES!the formation of an orchestra fourth fifth and sixth grades, and! basketball team should go through
j which has been added to the regular Mrs Miriam Hood the first, second I with
the district tournament flying -
musk courses The glee club rind third grade
1 and the seventh grade girls choruscarte One of the outstanding features colors. T. J, Water, coach. said
Versatile students, trained in girls tennis tournament Is now to the front last year. ,of the Florida City school is the this wetk
the extra-curricular activities that being planned for the last part of I The dramatics department has lawn, bordered by shrubs and Hope are high that the team
make leisure time more Interesting March. become outstanding With Its plays flowers which are planted and will win the B tournament nt
as well a* In the regular Certain periods each week are and other activities supplementing eared for by Thomas J. Mead
academic subjects, are graduatedfrom Miami Bench High School today
the Homestead schools tnd tomorrow In that event It
will go to Gainesville next week
The Homestead manual training
for the state tournament In the
department has received national -
University of Florida Iyrnna.lum."They
recognition under C. Hagler
Rice, and his pupils are the only haven't played their brit
ones In this country who work with ball yet," Mr. Bleier saW of his a
native mahogany The Homestead team. "I dont think they lift,,'
woodworking students have originated reached their peak; they should t.
a Nolan for mahogany furniture reach it in the tournament. Themental
attitude of the boy I aright ',
which call for no stain or
filler but creates a moat natural and their physical condition .
effect One of he leading furniture -j Is good
factories la now putting this The Homestead cagers have i,
finish on tome of its finest pieces. i won eighteen of the twenty games a
Instead of concentrating on they have played this season The
small decorative objects the IJO"con.truct only two kisses were to Miami
large pieces which they High High point man In the
I Ii
sell or use in their own nomes twenty games was Charlie Little
In the tame building with the ,+ at with 104 points becond was William -
manual training department 1* t +' s McMichael with 130 point
the vocational agriculture department Pierre McDaniel with 94 points
whose Future Farmer last was third.
year were given the highest ratIng ,
In the South and the next toll I
the highest rating In the United
States Ceo N. Wakefleld direct
this department. 'I f sA
Other buildings on the campus P
of two square blocks house the
Neva King Cooper x I EO
school, the high school, crammal'j
terns and the
The physical education depart :
ment of Homestead High School
directed by Theo J Bleier also I
produces champions. It has just
closed its basketball season with
a record of is wins and only GeneralPublic
two losses.
Physical education la
in the
daily of each I .t. ".. M ? .. .. _. ".' .
program pupil mmm ? M -;; .w JKk. ;- *;:;* MJ 3.iammm mmm in >m .MM. UtilitiesHomestead
Various sports are allotted to specified The Homestead High school basketball team which has won 18 game out of the 20 played this 18810n.Left .
week during the school t to right, bottom row: Martin Bishop, Harvey Rue William McMichael, Randolph Caves and RaJmond -
year. The boy*' groups receive Hayes Top row: Jack Sullivan Vernon, McKay, Charlie Little, Pierre McDaniel and Roy Martin. Pboae MM
training In swimming and lifesaving Cut by courtesy of the Miami Dally News
touch football, track
diamond ball, baseball No New Help Wanted m illlillllllllllllllllililiIlililUiIllllliIIIIlllllIIIIIIII/ /. / / ( ( { ( IIiIIIiI111111111111111111111111111IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIII{ / IIliIIIIIIIIIII LEa

tennis, horse shoes, badminton and "Hello, Casey, have yes struck a == E
handball. The girls are instructed job 'U7"
by Mrs Margaret Maynard Id "Shure an' Ol've not. They won't
basketball, badminton, diamondball give a mon a Job In this town until i
Public to
volley ball and tennis A he l worked here awhile" i Responds


THEY ARE WORKING I==i. New Ford Service IE

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More positions than we can fill = Gratifying indeed has been the public response to our announce-

ment of the complete equipment of our Service Department to
Our students are filling the best places.
:a render the only first class Ford service in South Dade. The equip.

What more proof do you demand than all :'f ment consists of all the latest Ford approved tools: and machines, E

students busy such as

Enter now for summer and fall openings.Yes .
we will give you a written guaranteeof


TUITION PAID. Ea and all small tools recommended by Ford Motor Company Alsowe 5

have just completed our grease rack hoist which enables us to Ea

render the very best of service in this department.

Is That Fair Enough? = = t
:Mr. Sam Alexander a factory trained mechanic, is in charge

If impossible to enter now, come in and a of our Service Department, ably assisted by all necessary help.

make arrangements, enter later. ALL WORK AND MATERIAL GUARANTEED ssn

This offer is good for the next term. I

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t SEW ND. HOUSE been the houses planted The In Persian first lime twt have tree GARDEN CLUB TO I Jiftft Ejrre" Anderson,,Catherine Wilma liandrum Bell, MTanltaTh6mpsort ; advertising ,I'

t'Jisbeth Bag. B't'
with enough other varieties for ( :
fj OF32FORSLANETRACT table use. BEAUTIFY ROCK (Continued From Page One) Benson, Elmer Hampton, Alma '
Mr. Slane, former publisher of I Wilfred Lynn who 1 11 In love with Jane, Llndgren, Ruby Nell; ticket,
the Evanston News-Index, has Blanche, Billy HHson, Dr. Carter; Wanita Thompson, Louise Yates, '
FINISHED) PIT IN CEMETERY Neva Lott Madeline Odom, .
been a frequent visitor to Floridafor Wanda Thompson Bertha; Cath. propertles
the past fifteen years. He hada trine Bell and Margaret Griffin, I Margaret Griffin Billy An.
: natural rock home built for him servanta; Neva Lett Ziti, an Old I derson, Bobby Ames Emily In-
; Th second of the thirty-two on Quail Roost road at Llndgren BeauUflcstlon of the rockplt In gypsy; Wllli Baitley Richard I gal Carter Sayers, Edward Hick. "}
. houses to be built on the five-acre road, two years ago. It Is In the Palm wmstery at Naraaja will be Mason; Kormah Benson, the Rev
} tracts being developed by Merle midst of a fruit grove surroundedby planned by the South Dade Garden -i John Riven. I son.Louise Yates and Madeline Odors
SiaM, former Chicago publisher.under an artistic natural rock Wall committees have attend to the make-un and John
Club at hi next meeting I I The following
the name of "Tropical Fruit put together In the Hlckson to lights and
same way as costume (fleo curtain
t which will be In the chapel it been appointed:
Groves, will completed I
the house. Is
Evelyn prompterGREATEST
Chambers, Ethel:
week. t11 the cemetery Monday Mar. T at Chubb, Evelyn .1
MtMr Clyde Garrison of Peoria, 111., I.m.
I Slane owns 1(0 acres tNaranja has bought a tract of 110 acres
. road and Coconut Palm adjoining the 160 acres of his George N. Wakefield, Homestead: r r.r
drive which he if dividing with friend, Mr. Slane. Plans... being Future Farmer advisor has offered .
roads so that a roadway will lead made to develop It In the same the assistance of the chapter'
to each house The building will manner. members and some of the orna-
be restricted to houses of stone, mental plant they have started
poured concrete stucco, cement
block stucco and brick. Clarence( PARTS OF CUBANCATHEDRAL this cathedral. Thetaof and floors .
Hunt Redland district contrae'or, will be of modern Cuban tile '
Is building all of the houses Mr. Shortt, I building contractor -
The first house completed was GO INR.F.SIIORITIIOME I* erecting this house for hu
of natural rock. The one under own use on his young avocado and
construction Is cement block stuc Persian lime grove, which coven
co. The roof If said to be the ten acres The house, which contains -
second In the Redland district to a large living room, two 1 A r;
be covered with the new cement Parts of a Cuban cathedral hun- bedrooms with bath between dinIng v
the thingles The houses are dreds of yean old, are being Incorporated room and kitchen, Is 82 fee'
modern throughout, designed to In a modern natural wide. A breeze-way containingthe
fill the needs of the average family rock home which R. F Shortt is laundry tubs, electric water
They are termite proof withno building on Naronja road between pump and heater will separatethe I
wood coming In contact with Sliver Palm and Coconut Palm house from the garage. A
the ground. They have tile floors, drives. wide tile terrace will furnish a
cedar lined closets, Venetian The solid mahogany front door, cool retreat at the back'p ".,the ,
blind" solar systems and fireplaces the hand-carved cedar doors Inside house. ,
the house, some mahogany Mr. Shortt has lived on hit;' Alp
Any kind of citrus fruit desired beams across the top of the living Persian lime grove along the Fed-
by the purchaser Is being plantedon room and six grill window of eral highway between Princeton
each of the tract surrounding hand-wrought steel alt come from and Oouhta tine 1(31. I II

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Pontiac Tine VALUE 4.40.21 nfour. (dS 55

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"" :,. Rules the Low Price Field Extra value in InS fdrtn of extra . .. ,

safety I* built Into FIRESTONE or.sr.r -.,.. .w
a thai ordinarily coal )bu More--J>ut gPgjs, ,:
Safety Shift Fl.eslone can build this firel-qualilr ij art 88q .;,
lira of top grade material and sell M R
tt lot Jess.money, bbratree FlrCTtohft
$10 controls cotton and rubber supplies
at their sources, manufacture with r I
and distribute '
greater efficiency at ,
Extra lower cosk Look at these extra I
Value, safety feature t1Cr6 E
riOTECtlOB AGAINST 8LCWOUUbecanc .... .I -'"

I by the Firestone patented
Cum-Dipplng process every fiber of
every ford In every toly I, iataraled
COUPE $938 i / with liquid rubber. This Wnhft-rad
dangerous Internal fricttoa and heat UNCE [Eg
that ordinarily cause blowout "Disrgj 0Lh


y I because under the triad are two t 1U es q seey
FORDOR SEDAN $1019'1: I tra layer of Cam-Dipped cord s ,ha o* ,

because the tread I* scientifically
TUDOR TOURING SEDAN $994 i designed.

FORDOR TOURING SEDAN $1045 DomwM Mf,boy bccWnl.-rfrtw "tlnwa1e's tun Epfp ,','.
today*Uh a IA e f Firestone Standard Ti sec

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I FrIda,. March 4, 1938 'rile. LEA Dt l : kj'ij'ii PRlst piste ,,. Ld

Festival Exhibits of milk to represent their poultry tee that there art more \lal&brei' the lime wfth the kumqual, i.f
I I II and dalrbaeUVIt1 .. or total vertet**. It was, OMM the kumquat group thcluftel ft* \ "
This Redland Future Farmers to make kktoornplet* kn ekafbflfa three -iitlvated varied",,, Wa"mI -- (
I (Continued from Page One) Redland) Farm Life School till one have a similar booth lit the fnaln as possible of citrus vsrteUe In Messes and N gml. The latter .
during the afternoon and eveningt i table, while a miniature Seminole, tent displaying products of thett addition, a small collection of potato I II the et most commonly grown '>
I the public health exhibit at' Indian camp I* on another supervised practice program anda varieties from the truck crop la addition to the fruit varieties I
the Fruit festival i Heine Eeeoemlc refreshment stand In the second experiments ot this station Is ex- there are. included lit the exhibit > t
There b one picture on tuber- The feminine graduates of the I' tent where member and MK M. hibited. t\ve varieties used a* rootstocks !
culoili and three on syphilis.There Homestead and Redland High A. baker, wife ot their advisor The citrus collection is exhibitedIn kit ever to1'1d, the rough ;
art also health Hide and Ire school should be well versed In serve fresh, cold orange slid group ot related varieties, WIder lemon and the tout erang.
li grapefruit Juice and cold tomato the division ot grapefruit, The fruit exhibited nprtsenu
literature. The exhibit In the the art of homemaking if the exhibits I
I charge 6t tin. Jan Keibltt, public; fit the Home Economics department Juice they have prepared themtelves sweet orange. tangelos, mandarin varieties 61 Which thl SUbtropU ):.
, health nurse. tnUtil I' ot the two schools are and klad Ice cream.. oranges lemons, limes, kumquats cal Station has,.specimen trees It I .
The "South AUapattah Salad and rootttocki : thin Are
..' I' any Indication. I Altogether should be fated that
Sam 1M. VleUn ', bear the Iron of the main tent I there Art fifty varieties on ex- a dozed Urore varieties v. toe }.f
The results of the Interesting Life-size figure; in the Homestead
, I was prepared: by Redland future hibit. station grounds which I are net yet
hobby of violin-making are displayed booth model garment which Farmer Inclined against a Grapefruit Varieties shown are fruiting, and that a few et the '
by San Davis, Redland the girl have made for them- background of blue, It I I. k huge buncan Marsh
'I I Davis, !'biter, fruits exhibited, although kvalU I'
fruit grower, In hit booth in the selves. The exhibit represent circle of salad tilled with
greens Royal and triumph and also the able A the station, were donned
center of the main tent units in clothing construction and
: bright-colored whole vegetables Pummcro or Shaddock by other growers in order to show h
Mr. Davis has been Making selection, costume design, color to represent a tempting dish for 1 Sweet orange_ varieties" ark Hamltov more attractive specimens than
violin for only a few year*. They harmony, interior decoration 'tome healthy giant Jaffa, Lambs, Lue Olm Gong the station ha at this time.
have been appraised bye violin- principles of art, food preparation I Future Farmer also have; entered !Navel, Parson Brown, Pelton. The potato variety exhibit Is
making Acquaintance at prices and menu selection. Individual exhibits In ,
many Pineapple and V 4 l iclB/ small because most of the commercial -
ranging from $100 to $200. Several the Redland home economics the fruit, flower, vegetable and I I Tangelo varietWareiMlnneola, varieties have been triedin
of them have been tolcf. exhibit is grouped under the headIngs -.J poultry department of the festival laMo (Lake), SrnnMcB, Semi. past years and discarded a* not
This friend, V. C. Squirt of of: "The Well-Dressed Girl" i 'The Goulds community exhibitwas I nole, $",, '1" SurnrtA, JJ Thorn suited to southern Florida. Except -
Battle Creek, Mich., will visit Mr. "Child Development," Wise Use prepared under the supervision ton, Watt and Val fl. the tthgf fur the standard Bliss Tri
Cavil loon and together they will of Leisure Time" "Making thai of Wilbur Vlck a member lot are fairly Watt known to be umph variety, the specimens
make violins during till May here House Home" and "What Shall of the Redland Future Farmer hybrids between tang Mr. Squire has made more than We Eat?" chapter who always has taken (porn)elo or greeefrliit, and with developed by state or federal -
600 violins over a period of yean Future Farmers I:an active part in exhibiting at them in this tfthlMt are included workers some of which have

Mr Davis has a let of woodworking The results of supervised pray local fain.lIubtropleal. three. tanger* or tangerinesweetorange not yet been named. The exhibit
tools at hit home Wherehe tlce In the art of growing thingsare Experiment Slatlen ')'brldt. TheM are Al- Include Bliss triumph, Chippewa -
makes the instrument,. He shown in the exhibits of three I This year the Subtropical Ex- tons, Temple and ITmatllls the HoUma Red Wnrba, U. S. D.
also hat on exhibit: In his booth a Future Farmer chapters periment Station Is maintainingan Temple orange lee natural hybrid: A. Seedling 44488 and Minnesota
pair of Inlaid mahogany twin beds The I L. Butt chapter of Miami exhibit at the Fruit Festival tor and the others the result of hand Seedling SS. 8. All but two are
which he completed recently. picture Its landscaping work with the first time. In the past years pollination white skinned varletlea.NE'VT .
WPA and florae bemoiwtratlon a miniature house surrounded the station has loaned considerable Mandarin orange exhibited are
A variety of useful and artistic with ornamental plants which the, .' plant material to other exhibitors Dancy, King, Oneco and Satiu
have started. j but the meagre funds at ma.
made from Inexpensive '
the Homestead Future Farmers the disposal of the station have Lemon include Eureka, Meyer G. BALL
material ii on display at both the '
have on display specimens ot to.. prevented full scale participationat Perrino, Ponderosa and Vlllafrin-
Home Demonstration clubs booth I I
and at the exhibit of the woman's matoes, spinach, peppers, broccoli, a time when the staff I* unusually ca, and with them 1* Included k NOTARY K'BLtC
Works kohl-rabl, Indols, Chinese cabbage busy with harvesting truck Philippine relative the KiI I.
work division of the Progress -
Administration. red and green cabbage crops This year however, the I Lime varieties shown are Eu'-ia r
sian limes, Perrine lemons Improved condition of the station' Vista, Key or Mexican Persia Fire Insurance and
Clever hat and handbag Ire maine fennel, pineapple Per-I budget make it possible to axe or Tahiti and Rangpur: Included
made bf coconut and palmetto Marsh seedless grapefruit hibit, and It was decided to make also are twe closely. similar fruits Kindred Lines
fiber there art rugs hooked giant and baby squash, the exhibit an educational onto the Calemondiit and the Eustis
from old atocklnfg and bathing beet, carrot, turnips peas beanl'l Since the station has a fairly Complete llmequat The former is Uk a
lult Crayonex design make ery, pumpkin, corn and red collection 01 varieties of i small orange m appearance and i l< N. Krome Av.
articles of flour sacking and other potatoes which they have grown' citrus fruit, and since few ot the I lime In taste while the latter Is a I
Inexpensive fabrics Into decorative and a carton af eggs and a bottle : visitors to the Fruit Festival real- I hardy: time obtained fcy vr'eseteg

pieces. ._ ._._ _._
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There are toy In the WPA exhibit -
which were begun by the
women and stuffed In "the lighthouse -'
for the blind." Also In that
booth Is loom on which rugs end a
upholstery\ fabric are woven from! I II
crap material. A settee in the I I
booth which iras made from scrap
lumber Is upholstered with some .
of the fabric from the loom. YOuI' POWER-RELAX M
Homestead School THRILL TO LIVE, EAGER

Posters, book reports and) themesIn

'the Homestead school exhibit RESTFUL COMFORT-RELY MS lATtSTAFETY
represent many hours of study on
the part of the student"

Probably the most outstanding FEATURES. FROM KNEE-ACTION WHEELS TO
part of the exhibit Is the art section -
where students under the

art direction supervisor of Miss, have Mable created Williams some, BIG, ROOMY FISHER BOW,. HERE ARE ALL THE

fins color work and sketches

the "History of the Redland l"s
Community" Is depicted in the
Redland school booth by students
from the first grade through the i it
twelfth. t I
One wall holds a mural of a !
Seminole Indian camp which was
drawn by the first and second I ,
grids pupil of Mr. Flora Vlhlen \
and Mrs Ruth Russell. On the
opposite wall 1* a similar drawing \ ,
of the "Progress of Farming"by I .
the third and fourth grade pu-
plb of Miss Ruth Murray At the
center of the back wall Is a huge it

map of the Redland community 77, t
accurately picturing historic and .
interesting landmarks' It WIll
drawn by the art student of Miss

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Pair Six THE LEADER .l'NTERPRISE Friday, March 4, 1938 ,

THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE JAPAN BOYCOTT i Miami Edison Defeats :NEARBY ORCIflP such possible as and bumble-bees only large ran Insects carry;

\ 1[ I Redland in Rough GameThe the pollen from one flower to another -
r* U W Fridays at BeneMrad. Fennel explains that
na, by the South Dade 1 URGED BY U.OF M.CIIINFSE. I. Miami Edison: basketballteam the scarcity of bumble-bees In this
rebttsbiag c.. defeated the Redland Diamondbacks area insures more certain results

nut ARCHER ___ uteri I PUPILD. 81 to 28 Friday nightat 40 YEAR HOBBY from hand-pollination.
KAkJOUK LEACH ARCHER the Redland gym. The game The growing of orchids became
Associate Editor I was very fast and rough. Mangus I a hobby with Mr. Fennell over
R. Ho, Chinese student at the led the scoring for the Edison Patient Industry is rewarded forty years ago.' He lived In Kentucky -
Entered u second UM call' University; of Miami, advocated a I five with 11 points, but "Red" with masses of delicately petalled at that time and the greater
MUter March .. II II. at tko port quarantine and boycott of Japanfor Borgardt was the leading floor orchid blossoms In the Orchid changes In temperature necessitated
MM at Homestead, Florida. underWe her aggression In the presentwar man on the team. Kenneth Chambers I Jungle along Newton road be- that all the plants be keptIn
art II March I. IHfc I with China, In speaking before I put up the best defense and tween Epmore and Bauer drives. hothouses. He moved to his

SCB. TRICK, SUO A YEAR I the Redland District Lions played the beat floor game for the I The reward cornel only after present home on Newton road 11-
Club Tuesday night Redland team. C. Chambers led many years of loving care, for L. teen years ago, and found that
I One-half of Japan's exports go In scoring for the Diamondbacks A. Fennell, originator of the many of his rare orchids could be
VISITORS' GUIDE to Great Britain and the United with 9 points to his credit. Both Orchid Jungle, reports that seven kept out of doors here.
Ii States, he said while sixty per teams made 9 field goals each and to fifteen years elapse between Mr. Fennell's hobby grew Intoa
; I cent of her Imports come from the game was won by a free throw the planting of the microscopic business when he found that
IS I MAP FOLDER these countries. He suggested that I for Miami One of Redland's orchid seed and the flower. These there was a good market for the
I I since Japan does not produce oil,I worst drawbacks was poor pass seeds are so tiny that a million of rare blossoms. With the aid of
BYREDLANDFFARedland a boycott by these two great pow; Interception. them could be held in a teaspoon. I its family he has been supplying
ers would cripple her' war ma i He plants them in a glass bell- them to florists and Individuals
i chinery. Local Schools to Play shaped container on a layer of for severs years. However now
Farmers this I lellyJike substance which furnishes there are so men? visitors coming -
future Mr. Ho told about the propaganda In Cage' Tourney TodayThe
I to revel In their beauty that
the food for
week are distributing copies of which la Win*.spread among I necessary
"The Redland District Guide" the Japanese people by the militarists Redland and Homestead I their growth. The container Is ie may begin to keep them entirely -
booth and sterilized to exclude fungi and for this purpose
from their chapter refreshment who 'Claim that they are High school basketball teams will
stand at the Fruit Festival fighting Chlll 111f seU-defensev' He placed in a glass case where the
f compete In the district tournament
ii well u from various local\1 lad read one item In a Japanese of the fourth Florida high school temperature Is regulated prop TOIMOWLASTDAY
filling stations and from hotels,f newspaper, he said, which 'reported district In the Miami Beach High erly.A.
filling stations and so forth In the I that the United States approved \school gymnasium today. container of seeds: one year TO REGISTERIN
I", Miami area. I of Japan's actions In China. The games are scheduled as follows old shows covering of tiny green
The guide which Is a road-map The majority of the Japanese' : I sprouts a traction of an Inch long. 1
type folder showing places of In. people do not want war, but it Is 0:30: a. m-Pompano vs. Delray After a little more growth they FLORIDA CITY
t. Urest In the Redland District!+; the lust to conquer and the lust I Beach. I are transferred to pots of fiber,
was prepared and sponsored by I to kill on the part of the mill 10:30: a. m. Danla vi. Boynton. where they slowly develop for at I
the Redland chapter and financed tartsts that Is responsible, the 11:30 a. Homestead vs. Jupiter least seven years when the fastest Mrs. flora D. Myers Florida
br advertising sold to local business speaker said. 1 growing ones begin to blossom. City town clerk calls attention to
people. He classed Japan as one of the 1 p. m.-Redland. Andrew Each variety has Its own attrac the fact that the registration books
"We wanted to prepare and distribute "have-not nations." The more Jackson. tion. The large Cattleya hybrid for the March 14 town election
a guide that would help they get the more they will spend 2 p. m.-Lake Worth vs. Pa- which contrasts pale orchid with will close Saturday (tomorrow).
Visitors to get acquainted with our on war equipment, he prophesied' hokee. deep purple offset by a brilliant The books are open In her office
\ community as an item In our program The conquering of Manchuria by 3 p. m.-Key West vs. the win yellow center, may overwhelm the from 10 a. m. until noon. All voters
f of community service said Japan In 1831 encouraged Italy, ner of the Pompano-Delray Beach visitor, but the Phalaenopsls delights In the state must reregister this
Warren Wood, the chapter another "have-not nation" to game. him with Its sprays of small year.
dent, "and we appreciate prell-I conquer Ethiopia, he said, .4 p. m.-Winner of the Home- white or orchid flowers.In The candidates for mayor are:
,. operation of our In response to questions by the stead-Jupiter game vs. the winnerof the Calanths orchid spraysof Morris Silverman and Edward
assisting us to do so. Lions. Mr. Ho said the Invasion of the Danla-Boynton game. small white blossoms are cen- I Sitting; for the seven council posts,
that the guide, showing many of Chins by Japan had hastened the Winners of the last two games tered with wine hearts, a striking L. R. Decker, Charles B. Clinton,
the places of interest to visitors, uniting of the Chinese people will play Saturday morning at contrast The Albino variety has ''I L. O. Clonlngor, J. H. Dixon, T.
will be valuable to stranger coming which had already begun before 9:30: and 10:80: a. m, respectively. it{ long curving white petals cen- Paul Haley F.B.Lelnlnger, Alonzo
Into our territory and we are the war. The district championship game tered by just a touch of yellow Lewis R. W. Mulllns, Roy Nell
1 taking special care to see that I Charles Pratt who Introducedthe will begin at 7.30 p. m. Saturday.The and this makes them appear more B B. Pullen, W. F. A. Robertson,
the great majority of the guides speaker revealed that Mr. Ho winners and the runnen-up purely white. J. F Rohrer M. E. Sever and J.
actually get Into the hands of visitors -I' had been graduated from the University will go to Gainesville next weekto Mr. Fennell has perfected many H. Simmons; for town clerk, Mrs.
who can and will use them." of Shanghai and was one compete for the Florida state: hybrids'in his.Jungle. Ode 6t the Flora D. Myers 'and' Mrs. Alm*
; The chapter wishes to ekpress M 100 Chinese students sent to championship most exquisite has small salmon I Doxsee; for town marshal, William
to' Its sincere appreciation to all advertisers receive more education In this The state and district tournaments colored waxllke blossoms which Geronlmo and Rudolph Mattson.
T for making the guide country. Before ,coming to the 'have 4>een divided Into A: undetected shade into orchid at i
M-lf-supporting and to Miss Sarah University of Miami, Mr. Ho ma. 'and B tournaments this year to the edges This variety, like manyothers MINISTERS TO MEET MAR. IT
Davis and Miss Polly Eveleth,' visitors Jared In business administrationat give the smaller schools an op- formed in the jungle, has The Redland District Ministerial
of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Baker. the University of Michigan. portunity to wla. The A tournament -' not been given a name Association will meet on Mar. 21,
who solicited the advertisement includes schools with more' The orchids are et -Pollinated I a week later than Its regular date.
and paid their own expenses while when he pleaded guilty toe charge than 17J boys and the B tourna by hand in obtalnl l.newle.- The meeting was postponed to
so engaged. of breaking and entering the home ment Is restricted to schools having -. tilt.. The &plat quality of the pollen : avoid conflict with the Methodist
ot Mr and Mrs, J. H. Seymour at less then 175 boys. makes wind-pollination Im revival.
,. NEGRO HELD FOR BURGLARY Homestead early Sunday morn- I
James McRay, ne gro, was bound Ing. He was arrested by William
over to the criminal court of record Sykes and Herman Thomas, Home. 4
with bond seta 15.000 Mon- stead patrolmen, and after the
day after t hearing before Justice hearing he was taken to the Dade
of the Peace Sidney L. Kendrick County jaIL .


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Friday, :March 4, 1938 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Seven

PHONE RATE CUTKEIIOE'S Death Comes to Ml:s. Ed I Irish potato exhibit, by Dixie I Goo. Hanson, $3.00. Cowman, $1.00.Itsamma "
Hiner in Ashville, N. C.'Drug.i Avocados, 4 or more varieties: avocados 3 or more:
i To Mrs. Janle McLean, for the 1st. Frank Lardon $11.00. lit J. R Hiokeoo, N.OO; and,Blair
OBJECTIN Word has been received here of I beat cut flower exhibit, by the Class '2...Individual exhibit, Hickson, tUG; ,... Sam J. Davis,
Redland District Chamber of Com
the death of Mrs. Cassia Hlner fruit department: Taylor avocados, 3 lit d'
I merce. or more: ,
MAKING RACEWalter formerly of Homestead, In Asheville An Valencia oranges 1st, Dr. C. F. C. J. Parman, $1.00; 2nd, J. R. ,
N. C., last Thursday night Incomplete awards list of other prize Robinson, $3.00.Pineapple Hickson, $2.00; 3rd, Blair Hickson, f
money as prepared by
after a long Illness. I oranges: lit, Frank $1.00.
Kehoe, candidate for festival clerical help for distribution
a Funeral services Panno, $3.00.
were con- Schmidt avocados, 3 or more:
to the
press Is as follows:
the Florida state railroad commission ducted at Macon, Ga, Saturday Seed1eu..r.pefrult, : 1st, Law- let J. J. L. Phillips. $3.00; 2nd,
in group two, visited I morning. Mn. Hiner 1st Special, A. Individual farm exhibit: rence Pope, $3.00; 2nd, Mrs. C. S. Billie Walton, $2.00; 3rd, C. J.
Homestead this week. leaves her husband, Edward Burrichter, $10.00. Allen, $2.00.Duncan Parman, $1.00.BILL'S.
Mr. Kehoe li I former state attorney -! H. Hiner, and their daughter, Mrs. Individual exhibit of vegetables,i iVlcle grapefruit: 1st, Law-
and former congressman i Gwendolyn Casselberry of Aahevllle. 10 or more varieties: 1st, Wilbur rence Pope, $3.00. .
from the third congressional district $10.00; 2nd, Wilbur Vlck Persian limes: 1st, J. J. L, Phillips -,
He It now an attorney with I Mr. and Mn. Hiner began $5.00; 3rd, Wilbur Vlck, $3.00. $3.00; 2nd, J. S. Hickson,: SERVICE .
his residence in Miami. He ii the spending their winters in Home Individual exhibits: tomatoes,I' $2.00; 3rd, J. S. Hickson. $1.00. J
only candidate for railroad commissioner stead over 20 yean ago when they lug, 1st, L. R. Becker Inc, $1.00; Tangerines: lat Dr. C. F. Robinson STATION
from couth Florida. spent their summers In Kalamazoo 2nd, Oscar Clonlnger, 75c; 3rd,! $3.00.Lemons .
There li no south Florida man Mich. Mrs. Hiner was one J. S. Lang SOc.Potatoes : 1st, Mrs. C. 3...Allen,
I Se Kreme Are, at 4 holding a state position at this of the first members of the Five- crate: 1st, M. Eo -.Lu- $3.00.
time," Mr. Xehoe laid. "There Hundred Club. She was also a ther $1.00; 2nd, M. E. Luther, Tile; Tangelos: 1st, Dr. C. T. Robinson ( American LectaHaU
hat been no south Florida man member of the Supper Club Monday 3rd Wilbur Viet, SOc. $1.00.
on the railroad commission in 12 Bridge Club and the Comus Green cabbage, hamper: lit Guavas, 4-quart basket: 1st, K. )
,eara. The three present commissioners Club. She was an active directorof Wilbur Vlck, $1.00; 2nd, Wilbur W. Stone, $1.00.
live within 150 miles of welfare In the Homestead Par- Vick, TSc; 3rd, Wilbur Vlck, SOc. Loquats 1 quart: 1st, K. W.
each other In the central part of ent-Teacher Association and the Lettuce, 3 heads: lit, Warren Stone, $1.00.Papayas IS NOW
the state" woman's auxiliary of the St.John's Wood, $1.00.Turnips 3 or more fruits: lit,
Two of the three commissionerswill Episcopal Church. 3 bunches: 1st, Wilbur Herman Byars $1.00 2nd, J. R. Open All Night
be elected this year. It If the Mrs. Hiner was known for her Vick. $1.00; 2nd. Wilbur Vick Hickson, aoc.Strawberrlft.
hope of Mr. Kehoe that he will ,I ability as a whistler on musical Tile;, 3rd. Warren Wood, SOc. 1 quart: 1st,Keith
bring 70,000 vote from South I programs and as an artist Rutabagas, 3 bunches: 1st, Wil-. I Jut Another Service Extended
Florida to show the voting powerof bur Vlck, 100. r---- i SJM >
Your CeBvealeiwa
this section. He li confidentof Beets, 3 bunches: 1st, Wilbur .1
the vote from his former congressional PRIZE WINNERSContinued Vlck, $1.0Q; 2nd, Wilbur Viet, I NATUROL GAS .
district In western Flor- 75c; Ir Appreciate Patronage
ida, he ..id. Carrots, 3 bunches: 1st, Wilbur tI
Vlck, $1.00; 2nd, Wilbur Vlck, I ;
One of his principal objectivesif ( from Page Une> QUICK and CLEAN
he li elected Is to effect a reduction 'pony, for the best commercial ex- 73c; 3rd. Wilbur Vlck, SOc. I AMERICAN GAS
In the telephone rates In hibit, by Earle L. Middleton. Class Individual exhibits, I '
other than citrus VIRGIL D. LYON, Hoate.d.
the Miami area, the candidate To Frank Panno, for the best : AND OIL
the citrus exhibit Papayas, 9 or more fruits: lit, I
laid. He has Inquired among grower's by George I
southern cities and found that C. Holt. Frank Lardon, $5.00; 2nd Mrs. _ -
Florida has higher telephone rates To the Redland school home r.
than Alabama, Georgia Tennessee economics department, by HenryH.
or Louisiana and that the Filer.
phone rates are more than a dollar To Mrs. Mae King for the best
per month higher in Miami than exhibit of fancy work, by H. E.
in any other large Florida city. Oventreet
To Mn. Vannie Lee Harris, Jr.
Mistaken Identity for the best cake, by Brown's Better Buy
"Ah," said the guest as they ap- Pharmacy.
proached the house "I ice your To M. E. Luther, for the best
dear son and daughter awaiting

ui"No on,"the said porch.the host "The girl 1I!-NATUROLGAs"! w .

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in the short frock li my mother -
and the young fellow in riding I BUICK
breeches la my wife."-White IDEAL COOKING; FUEL .
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Friday. March 4,1938 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Nine

I Plenty of Activity For Homestead Students II

nllotM to health lectures. speech courses. Bernaitf Blackburn r.
SUING BASKETBALL AND I The musk and public speaking' Is the instructor Winning ILS. Cage

classes gave hiK-hewr broadcasts J. A. Miwlnkel, principal of Team Expected to
over WQAM the put two Sundays -
I the Homestead schools la supervising -

OTHER SPORTS ON PHYSICALEDPROGRAMFORALL I' The. music department, under principal of the Florida Win Tournament

'Mrs Margaret Mills, Is I progress- City grammar school Mis. Pa-' ..
I'I Ing rapidly. This year has seen tncle Blackburn teaches the The Homestead High school
GRADES I the formation of an orchestra, fourth, fifth and sixth grades, and'
basketball team should go through
I which has been added to the regular Mrs Miriam Hood this tint, second I
I music courses 'file glee club and third gisdcs I the district tournament with fly-
-- and the seventh grade girls chorusca.te One of the outstanding features Ing colors, T. J. Bleier, coach said .
Versatile students, trained in girls' tennis (imminent Is now to the front last yeur of the Florida City school is the this week.
the extra-curricular activities that I being planned for the last part olMnrch t!'I The dramatics department has lawn, bordered by shrubs and Hopes are high that the team
make leisure time more inteiestJng bfcorna outstanding with Its pirnsn flowers which arc planted and\ : will win the B tournament at a
M wU il in the regular Certain periods each week art id other activities supplementing cured for by Thomas J. Mead.
Miami Bench High School today:"
academic subjects, are graduatedfrom
and tomorrow. In that event It
the Homestead schools
win go to Gainesville next week
The Homestead manual trainIng for the state tournament In the
department has received na- University of Florida gymnasium
tional recognition under C. Hagler Ilk
"They haven't played their brat
Rice, and his pupils are the only '
ball yet,," Mr. Bleier said of hiM
who work with
ones In this country I
team. "I don't think they him
native mahogany The Homest.'ud!
reached their peak; they should
woodworking students have originated -
reach It in the tournament. The \
a finish for mahogany furniture -:
mental attitude of the boy .11
which calls for no stain or f
and their physical condition -
filler but creates a most natural 1
effect One of lie leading furniture Is I good
factories Is now putting this The Homestead capers have
finish on some of Its finest pieces won eighteen of the twenty games I
they base played this season The
Instead of concentrating on
two losses to Miami
only were
mall decorative objects, the boys
High High point man in the
construct large pieces which they
sell or use in their own homesIn twenty games was Charlie Little
t 194 Second Wil-
with points was
the same building with the
liam McMichael with 130 point
manual training department Is
Pierre McDaniel with 94
the vocational agriculture department
whose Future Farmers last
year were given the highest ratIng -
In the South and the next to
the highest rating In the United
States. Ceo N. Wakefield direct
this department.
Other buildings on the campusof 5qk
two square blocks house the I E
Neva King Cooper grammar
school, the high school the cafeteria I l.
and the gymnasium.The vR ut f
physical education department
of Homestead High School
directed by Theo J. Bleier; also I /.
produces champions. It has Just
closed Its basketball season with
a record of 18 wins and only
aYrz GeneralPublic
two losses. < i
Physical education Is I In the
dally program of each pupiLV.rloUa .-....-- .- -"""""- ........., Utilities
sports are allotted to specified I The Homestead High school basketball team which ties won 18 games out of the 20 played this season. I 11.
weeks during the school Left to right bottom row Martin Bishop l Harvej Rue, William McMichael, Randolph Caves and Raymond I t
year. The boys' groups receive Hayes Top row Jack Sullivan, Vernon McKay, Charlie Little, Pierre McOanlel and Roy rt .- Homestead Phone IOJ-M j 1
training in swimming and lifesaving Cut by courtesy of the Miami Daily News. .

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I tennis l, horse shoes, badminton and 'Hello, Casey, have yes struck a i
handball The girls are instructed Job ylt?"
by Mrs Margaret Maynard In "Shure an' Oi've not. They won't
I basketball, badminton, diamond live a mon a Job In this l town until
ball, volley ball and tennis.l A he'* worked here awhile." I II Responds I l1

I THEY ARE WORKING ''I. New Ford Service I 1

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j More positions than we can fill. = Gratifying indeed has been the public response to our announce- r

ment of the complete equipment of our Service Department to :
Our students filling the best
are : places. g render the only first class Ford service in South Dade. The equip :

What more proof do you demand than all E ment consists of all the latest Ford approved tools and machines, E I

students busy? IE such as -5 "

Enter now for summer and fall openings.Yes 1=
we will give you a written guaranteeof '
position. _
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TUITION PAID. 'g' and all small tools recommended by Ford Motor Company. Also '

-' we have just completed our grease rack hoist which enables us to '

render the very best of service in this department.Mr. c I

Is That Fair Enough?
I Sam Alexander, a factory trained mechanic, is in charge I ia

If impossible to enter now, come in and of our Service Department, ably assisted by all necessary: help.

make arrangements, enter later. ALL WORK AND MATERIAL GUARANTEED

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School Pieces of Native Swietenia While we're on the subject there
I are quite a few teachers on the
Original Mahogany Draw Attention The .Redland campus who are amazingly like
,__ .Iattler human beings. The others thought
it their duty to society to give
An exhibit that draw more Leon Chamblis has a mahogany BT SHIRLEY qultta last week. Never mind,
than ordinary attention at the chiffonier that I* convenient and I there'll come a day of reckoning-.

Fruit Festival the display of fin very well mad Rex Faust has a Pint lI'ade-HIIb. Wanda Jar- rte Grafe, Kathleen Jackson,I II or don't you read the Bible?

furniture made of our native Swle.tenla desk of the Sheraton style with man, Pauline Hodges, May Lead- Frances, McVicker, Sarah VlhJen, I See U you can figure this out
mahogany, the original mahogany very striking Inlay work. This ley, Dorothy Reams, Arthena I Frank Shepard Jlmmle Ron. I I It only takes time.
by the manual training desk was sanded and varnishedby Wray, Elizabeth Merrlman Dorothy fifth grade High, Leonard I Uh coed sad,
department of Homestead and Eldred Gilmer. Wade Smith's Engel, Dorothy Douberly. ,Dent Louie Gaby, Donald Seaicy: "Whs thW" .,
Redland high school cedar chest of natural red cedar Richard Scott Ceo. Robinson, WDlard Thompson, Verdle Goaf- The ed nawrd,
with the star Inlay work was made Billy Dearborn Thomas Core, I man Edith Hampton, Nelle "Flwrs."
For .ev.ral.ra the work donein entirely the shop. The Inlay la Otis Cowman, Maxine Cash MarIon i Lloyd, Alice Kirk; low, Joebill (Thn ah kasd hm.)
Homestead High School under a slX'polnted star of tulipwood Goasman. Blanche McVicker, Dumond. "O, u shunt uv "
the direction of C. Hagter Rice and satinwood In an ebony field. Gloria Sap.I Sixth grade.-High, Jack Campbell "Whl nt?"
hat received widespread attention, This I* all set Into a lacewood I Second grade High Bobby Webster Williams Johnnie "Thrye fr ml mthr.
and the pupils In hi* department diamond. Elbcrt West ha a very I Garrett, Larry Saaser, Billy Scott, Lee Andrews, Rosemary Henning.ton Exchange.
nice cedar chest with smooth I Charles Smith, Jacky Rodgers, Kathleen Wagner, Ulric VthI -
lire the only high school pupils In well rubbed finish. The two mod-I Melwyn Davis, Ray Knaua, Ed- n; low, Dorothy Stewart.
the United State permitted to use era tables of oak were mund Wright Vera Anderson, Spaghetti Dinners40c
the gold medal label of the Mahogany John Borfart and Earl Swllley of Barbara Jean Graft, Julia Ann Some day schools will have
Association of America. Redland .Jmd they art two of the I I I Lee, Marllou Harris Marie Ku- rooms where the pupils may rest
Under the direction of R. E. most popular type of the modem teldt, Annie Mae King. and rest periods will appear on the
Trotter, the Redland furniture design Rods :Reitz has a good- Third grade High, Catherine schedules, according to A. O. I'a.
makers, also are gaining attention looking coffee table with fret work I Thompson, Barbara Robinson, land of tho New Jersey departmentof
Mr. Rice 1* supervisor of of purple heart wood. There I* Betty Lott, Miriam Helmet, Margaret public instruction. We don't We serve home-made
also a mahogany radio table made aak that All ask is that teachers
the Redland school also. Gaby, Ruth Engel, Dorothy we -
The joint exhibit of the Redland by Howard Crouse of Redland Davis, Ruth Craft, Grace Burry, learn to modify their voices Italian bread Bakeryin
nnd Homestead school shop la High. Richard Leadley; low, Martha during claasei It la awfully annoying connection Joe Pa-
divided Into a room and a boothIn The boys and instructors wish Lucas, Doris Singleton, Ions Jones, to have a harsh voice I, ;
which visitors may examine the to thank J, R. Byrum for the use Edward Pye.Fourth breaking into one's sleep every lazzola, prop. .
furniture closely In the room of his truck In getting the exhibit grade High, Lillian two minutes. Furthermore,
there I It a mttaslve low post bed placed and also A. O. Cain, who Bishop. Emma Engel, Bertha Mae bad on the nerves. It"j
of colonial design made by Ed donated the paper to make the Flagg, Esther Kufeldt Betty Joy l PALERMO'S
PacettL This bed I* made of I wall of the room. Lee, Barbara Jean Soper, Annie Speaking of oddities, we read''
mahogany from the Cape Sable There GIrt many piece that areas Laurie Stewart, Lenora Williams, In the paper that a "beloved SPAGHETTI HOUSE
ana and I* set off by a spread well made aa those exhibitedon Robert Jones, Bruce Wagner,)fcsior" did something or Clinton Garage Bldg. ,
which gives the visitors an Idea the display In both shops, but Wanda Bray, P.trlcla Robinson;,Typographical error, no other.I I
of how It will look In the home. due to lack of space they were not low. Peggy Garrett, Caroline i can understand his being Florida City Ir.
At the foot of the bed la a large shown. Caffney, Audrey Grate, Roll Ma or a professor, but not both. ,11
mahogany hope cheat, cedar
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the Redland school. Robert Rivers -
also of Rodland, has a well-
mad chest of drawers, designed > ltlilr'Mc flllXlht
with spool posts in th* front
Billy Campbell of Redland ha
a double-decked table or dumbwaiter I
type, also of mahogany.Jack .
and William McMkthael
have a large bureau chest of mahogany -I
from Ky Largo. This
chest hi i striking inlay bandaround I j jI
the drawer and also com
claiale! design In the top of the I ,

Costsilarvy. I
Newton has a Chippendale I .
style coffee table. with carved i I'
legs inlay border Clinton
on.I i
a combination bedsidetable
and book rack. i
Oscar Clonlnger hat a tilt.top I 1
table of striking design. The draw-/
Ing of this table wa taken thissummer
from one in the AmeriIcan I
wing of the Metropolitan Museum i
In New York by Mr. Rice. ) What Seek
Robert Qauxeni' Duncan Phyffe ,
table with its lyre pedestal I Is another I r 1 ni Mt

replica of a museum piece.i) ..,, You ?
The original sketch wa taken Ini I
Ford's museum In Dearborn,Mich.,
by Mr. Rice, In the summer of,I "43 410
1934. The actual drawing from!
which Robert worked I 11 shown In i
the other room with the drawing
exhibit Another piece In the;
room la a lamp by Richard Cave!
Which la very well done. I
The other part of the exhibit
contains torn very good mechanical -:
drawings from the Redland ,
school some perspective drawings
from Homestead and the full-sized' the ancients conceived the story of a pot of gold at the rainbow's
detail of Robert Gauzena' tabl*. WHEN .
This I* shown, said Mr. Rice not I II were speaking figuratively. They meant each man should
to exhibit skill in drawing, but to
give the visitor I some idea of the i look ahead and see where his trail of life was leading to-a worthwhile end

work, trouble and skill required
In the construction of a carved or not.What .
and complicated piece such a* the 1:

table. Incidentally, both Redland could be a worthier end than to raise your family in your own homein
and Homestead shop make use
of these full size drawings In building I, the ideal climate of the Redland District: ?
the more pretentious pieces. t
This I* the accepted factory meth-I ,
od of doing the Job but ai a ruleIt Build yourself a home here. You can do it with an FHA mortgage loan. Ask
i* not done In schools, as most

of drawing them work from small scaled I us for details. We have helped others to get government insured loans and

Several mahogany bed post In; can do the same for you.
process of being turned are *xbiblttd -
to give the visitor a glimpseof I
the manufacturing process. The :
furniture In this room It a* well
made a* that In the other room-1 I I -W: HORNE CO. INC.
Th two small coffee table made :
by R. C. Jackson: of Redland are|
probably a* bard to nuke: a Frank L. Skill Owner
other ptect In tile show Theyl 4
of the Chine
ark Chippendalestyle
which: has the legs turned,I I 11 N. Krome A,-e. Homestead, Fla. j
to Imitate bamboo work. The ma.
caster ebony fret work on the rail I Iis

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Friday. March 4, 1938 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Eleven ,1

Pioneers about this time came J. U. Free. I To support the campaign, Mr. motor cars and this improved o. .:
of 1904 Had "What It Takes"In :
I B. A. WakJln. A H. Waldin, V. M. Macauley announced, the manufacturers transportation to available on easy .
i term to those who take **.... 1 ,
Settling Redlands "Last Frontier"A Orennell, Bird Ittzpatrlck. Mr. wBl spend $1490,000 innewspaper -
Stewart. Mrs. Boo. Mrs. Bow radio and outdoor advertising tap of the bargains to be offered 4 \1 t' ;

and Miss Loftln. These all took and In other promotional during "National Used Car Exchange i

story of pioneer day In Homestead mile and a half of unbroken woods up homesteads. channels. Two>4tird* of the advertising Week" Mr. Macaufeyslated ; '

and the Redland District, and rock which lay between them I Special mention must be madeof budget will be spent in :

written by the late L R. Matthewsand and the corner which was locatedat our present postmaster, L. R. newspapers. "Too many unsafe, womout, .. '

published In the Homestead the present site of the Bank of' Nixon, who in early days was "The motor car Industry," said unreliable cars, without modern \f.
Enterprise 20 yean ago, it reprinted Homestead. Mr. Home with an I known as "Everglad Nick". He Mr. Macauley In making the an-, safety: brake, safety glass, large

below to let present-day axe over his shoulder brought up I la an old-timer, and settled at nouncement, "1* generally credited -i tires and steel bodies, are in operation ,

resident and visitor realize the the rear. We would prssurre Silver Palm. R. X. Caves T. A. with showing the way out of today," he continued. "Too \.

progress and development that that he constituted the rear guard. Campbell and Dr. Brook came the last depression. Today the I many are costly to operate. Eleven

has taken place in the comparatively A* luck would have it the corner about this time. Mr. Free built automobile manufacturers, their million car seven year old or I

short time alr. e the Red- was easily found. This was a pile the present store building now occupied ,suppliers, the nation's 48,000 de.l-1 older are licensed for operation i

lands was first settled. of rocks surrounding a charred by: J. D. Redd. A. T. ers and allied Industries are throughout the country. .,

Great dreams are the childrenof rock. I Duval built his two-story building, i launching a similar drive" "Many of these cars tan be replaced -
the upstairs of which was used for during National Used Ca*
great minds. Great deeds are W. A. King who was section foreman So far as the automobile Industry -
I II elections dances, etc. Dave Sul- Exchange Week-to the great advantage -
the offsprings of great dreams I batched in one of the railroad la concerned, the roost serious 1
livan Sr., built the first private of the buyer and of the
Such dreams and such deeds were I houses. He and several Nassau. barrier to business Improvement
those of Henry M. Flagler, In 'helped swell the population. : residence, which is now used asa is the large lock of used car in public-with newer, uptodatecars
whose' mind born In 1892 the kitchen for the "Southern Pines"Mr. without Initial Investment ...
was ,
Mr. Home, by means of a map dealers' hands. Mr. Macauley
Sullivan kept the settlement beyond their present car and on
daring plan to bind Key West to from the Model Land Qo. at MI- pointed out "Until these cancan '
a supplied with venison at 12 He per term to suit the average pocketbook
the mainland with of.teeL
threads ami, located a lot and built the be sold It la impossible for I .
pound. These new cars offer mod- ,
first private building on the site dealer to handle1 a normal vol- '
The first building structure on em equipment and are a good
It 1* a far cry from the completion now occupied by the Evans Hotel. ume of new-car business," he explained and
the west side of the railroad was Investment in comfort, safety
, of the first steam engine with Her he sold grits, tobacco, and "This means that factories "
back of the
the old building now economy
, Its mile or two uncertain wooden other necessities of life, and fed, will be towed to continue
Homestead Mercantile. It was
track, to the construction of and lodged the occasional wayfarer on part-time and thousands of
built by a Mr. Henry and was
this railroad over coral reef, In Justice, it should be stated men in the motor car plant and {
used as a commissary and a cage
swamp and ocean, yet this has that Mrs. Horne attended to these In allied Industries must remain WALTER KEIIOE .j+
for wild animals, especially of the
been successfully accomplished matters, while W. D. tended his either out of work or on part. )
blind stripe variety.
and In an incredibly short time. one acre of tomatoes on the east time schedules."
The first auto owned was by
Just 400 years after Columbus! glade All fertilizer and compos) Dr. Tower, shortly followed by The primary purpose of the

with Ws bead full of visions, set were carried out on his back and W. D. Horn and Dr. Brooks. The campaign, he said, is to make

his face toward the west, and less! the 300 crates he raised were house now occupied by W. B. Caves known to prospective owner the

than that number of years afterPonce transported in the same manner. was the tint schoolhouse, and remarkable used car values which

de Leon became our tint I The lumber with which he built here religious services of several now are being offered by automo-

tourist Mr. Flagler had pushed I was shipped from Miami, the first denominations were held. bile dealer in all part of the

the road to Rockledge; to Palm, car south containing anything but This briefly is an account of our United Statei.

Beach in 1884, and I year later to: company material This was dray- beginning. Today: as we think of I The present situation has resulted -

Miami, which for several years I ed from the siding In the above our paved streets, and roads, our In the best used car valuesIn )

was the southern terminus of the, mentioned manner. A carpenterwas schools and churches, our sidewalks the country's history We are

road. I brought from Seabreeze, near and electric lights, we most confident that used car stocks will

The story Is told that at the time Daytona.The deeply thank those who have made be reduced sharply; ss soon a* the

of the great freeze 20 years first passenger train arrived this possible, and determine that public becomes aware of that :

ago (1897) an added impetus In Homestead, December""1J, In so tar as within u* lies we will fact," he added. I

was given to the 1904. carry on this work and build a During the last few years vast

work. Apparently the citrus trees The outpost of civilization so city and a country that shall be Improvements have been made IniUll

over the entire state had been killed far had no post office In 1905, known and praised wherever people I 1 '

or at least seriously damaged,' Mr. Horn paid a man for three gather together and talk of 1
but word was brought that In the months to see that the mall was fair city and a fair land. ( UJII

extreme southern tip of the main- brought once a week from Miami.

land there yet remained wild citrus At the end of that time he was it .jJate.1

trees (there were no groves appointed post master, but was a USED CAR WEEKContinued 1f.-: : J
hen at that time) that had eseaped king without a kingdom. He It J E South Florida Candidatefor

the freeze This made the officials once set to work to secure one He 'op
all the'more desirous to went to Black Point and carried rat ..
From One
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open up this favored section, and the entire office fixtures from dlspossl Of used car stocks now SUPREMEmIl. RailroadCommissioner
ai a result In 1904 the road was
there to Homestead on hit should
In dealer hands Once this is accomplished -
extended to Homestead, 28 miles COUnT
a substantial Increase ewe 1
couth of Miami, and this was madea ers.In the country several settlers
In car manufacturing schedules
depot of supplies for surveying had come In, following In generala and employment of wage earners 1JNMt'J'tIJ'riJkIy. /93BY..ry'M. Group 2 t"jl'
parties and construction crews I .. w aM
railroad survey extending 'it-
in the automobile factories is an- p..T,
C.np.0 ;
The first man to show his good Cutler across the pine lands southwest Paid political sdwrtl..m.ntl ,
sense and far sightedness by coming into the glade. Thee were |P.M political idmtlimmt) I :

here to locate was W. D. Home, Geo. Reset and his sister, Mrs.

who In October, 1904, In company Martin, Otto Frorlep, Henry Meier !
with Mr. Padgett of Miami, wore who homesteaded the Cast place

out a perfectly good pair of shoesIn D. M. Roberts, Mrs. McMInn and )
hit effort to reach here They Mr. Spencer, while W. J. Krome

drove 4s far as the Modello glade, had located on his homestead. At
where they left their mule and The

wagon. Here they left their rig MAD
. and followed a dim trail to what' VIOLINS

is now known as Krome's corner I'I'r with a tm nrnllHS .W ..i.has. .
d This was the last of the trail From cap-11: repair ....k .s
her the men turned south on the I ttrt..... __"-v r.1..1td. Redland District : :

, section line and by means of
small held by Mr. Padett .1 BAM 1. DAVIS
!* .!. L (..._ Hill ached I
they undertook to travel '

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I carry in stock all of the materials listed below BUY GROVE LAND .1 l :

i for the mixing: of dusts and sprays. BUY GLADE LAND i

! We have here now an electric dust mixer and we
It Is my firm belief that higher prices are imminent. t i

; will be very glad to figure with you on any dust Don't quibble about price. ( I

I mixture that you may want. Don't wait t

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Arsenal Lead MeMhyerated Copper You'll thank me for this suggestion a few months hence. !

Calcium Amiu1 sulphur
Part Greed ryretkreoMBloeetoM

,! Activated Dad H. A. CAMERON
i Basle Capper T baeoe Dad

! and many ether materials. "
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I Pan Twelve THE LEADER.ENTERPR1SE Friday, March 4, 1938 r:'.

Mr William'McMtehael was in -none-- or SALE or TAX ( ko wt : aM arMolioai W rtlf batt 1|. .:;.
CATESAntknu.a 688 el low and ...._.. raua for '.
a Miami hospital yesterday for yman IMI U IMI lath knluari* '
N Hll 'I!
radium rteatment of a nasal infection Issues la kmbr given that f. oIl .'1... lo M7I.M.oala 1
kM tiled with ... written ... al IW ooraor lt It Blk 14 'rv
In and JlrotmdHomestead thai tile hu ttntnnut editor _. Park, N IW. W 1C. a ISf. s '
........ nbanrwrt r.ltM ar torM Ham ta to FOB 'I'bo..w.... I;
II 1.g tM Mar 111), aM .ar UM auttdvnftlMd kr oartlflnato No. UI14 of IMf .
FLORIDA CITY sod MM lo the klalwrt rroroMatl tibia for the roan 1'M to
far Huk u anrUMl lot chapter '. both 1..11... aaiomillmi to 11.". 0.1MNber .
nn.w.nw.nwwr.tean..rmM.anMn.nnnnat .... tell AoU of the Lwhlatwa, Bald tax wrtlftetoi with all ",
tk* ,........ described rat estate la ......110.' emitted or larlod team will
H. E. Obenihaln returned Saturday county af Dade. Kai al rbrlda, .. mid to the ktehool kidder at the .
I from one-week stay at Th. Hmoa Miami oa tko Hot day V '
a Lot I Blk. I CanUn Hitt : traWim ,
Mank at the hoar of ,
..... the Post Gradual hospital,wherehe a Ho.aa at4tl arid of'N 1MT mUanwS and mmMtit br "''_k a.'an.. or ni Mm tkonaflor ,
was recovering from an attackof (or era wara IM to KIT both IMI. : the mm af ko Scabbed .. ...
Mrs Fred Redd, who was Mr. and Mra. Fred Hoffman of Influenza. nmmllal to .ll&..l. ,
.. al Miami Florida, this one air
U II aik t Carolina Hr
brought horn from the hospitallast Aladdin City axes la W sold an arlavaar .k ]larch U...
week, la now well on the roadto no. No. 11471 of lean and r.pra K. B LEATHERMAN. ..
Mn Laura P. Tolletlne left FrIday taxes for too r errs KM lo 1MT Clark. OlnaH Court
Mr. and Mn Monea Rlppa of
ICOveJ'1. for her horn at Walled Lake ilatlva. vnawitliw to SM.II. Dado eo..". Klorlda.
Tampa visited Mr. and 14... Her- Lot H Blk I Carolina Hula. The Court Soal. ,
Mich, after a two-month visit to lie oU >ro evidenced lot certificate Br FCNNO. DaPilfcllihod
suffering Marks and attended the Red- O.
Mra F Fleltaa has been man with her sister, Mra. W. C. Schutt too af lar Sad NtNoMta came ( Mar 11. 11, less)
with an Infected foot sine land District Fruit Festival Monday tha J.n 1HS to ItT. both .
mauaUiif la IIM.II. results use Leader-
Monday. i-- 3 L. Harris of Screven Ga.,hat Lot M Illk I Carolina M Ka The 1
lo bo Mid ara ...tdaa.... 6r / Classified Ads .
Mra Leon Burnett of West Palm Mr. and Mra. Fred Suber are replaced O. C. Galloway at station Ho. 11411 of 127 mad rovroioaU .\\
fur UM roara IIItI to loll. both lAc. taxes'a
Beach, the former Mill Bobble entertaining MrslBVF.: Easterlln agent Amounting to II14..I.

Summarlln, U spending this week of Amerlcua, Qa*>v3 / to Lot ko Mid I Blk...I orldonoai Carolina kr Rita aortlriuiU Tkt Let Us
In Homestead. -..- Mr. and Mra Ernest Guldal and II4 I of 111'1 and represents axes .
E. Close who suffered a heart ion, who have occupied an apart the rears iral to 1M7 both ......
aaiountlnv to llSsll. RejuvenateYour
Mrs Bruce Ennli was 111 at her attack on Feto/10\ ,well on the ment at the J. S. Caves home, left Lot I Blk I Carolina Itvta, The

home last week. road to recovery.Mrs. Monday for Great Neck N Y. .to..ko.l MU of 1M7 aro ..and_.npramta... kr certificate taxes Car

the soars lit* to 1057. both .
Mr. and Mrs E. B. Hayden have of Shelby several moaatlni to Mill.
Auburn DelUnger MM. I J: Foriyth spent Lot II Blk. I Carolina Ktta
returned from honeymoon trip vllle, N. C., and her small dart laif week with friends on the tare to ko aold aro ..Id....... kr a Wood Work ,
nu 1'1.. 11487 of 1M7 mad _
through the state and a visit in daughter Margaret are pending weat coast "
apes for tho Tout .uae to IDI7 Body Fender Repairs
Hollywood, to spend a month here the week at the home of Mrs. "inclusive, amounting to *0<.II. ,

with Mra. Hayden'i parents, Mr. Delimiters parent, Mr. and Mrs Mia Isabel Becker of Miami I to Lot ko IS said Hlk..17. tvloonoMl Miami South kr .Tko. Tops and Trimming

and Mra W. T Beam. H. J Davla.Mra. spent the week-end with relatives No 141M of HI1. and nprowntt Seat Covers
for tko ream 1HI to 1M7 both ....
here. I accounting to IHO.71.
Mn P. U Stevenson of Chicago, I H. E. Causey of Fort Pierce lot SO Blk 17 Miami South Th. PaintingArt's
guest of Dr. and I to ko sold aro evidenced kr
who has been arrived Monday to spend a few No. 14117 of IMS and represents
Mn J A. Smith for the past two days with her parents, Mr. and LEGAL NOTICES for tko imam 1 M to 117 both i

weeks, left yesterday for her home. Mn J. H. Huau. concocting to. H IIM Hlv.rrl.w.II Th. Paint Shop }
Mra R. C. Horne of Madison, another NOTICE or PALM or TAX CIRTI' 0014 an ...d....... kr certificate ,
visitor at the Smith home Burr Holland and CATK IIIINotloi I I" of IIK7 and nvrownu axes
Mr. and Mn AoolfcoUc No. years IItl 10 1987 both 60S KKOME AVK. ,
last week, returned to her home Mr. and Mn. Martin Cameron of U hereby given that CraM C.I amountine 8204.09. ;
I written t :
Ward has riled with mo roguo I Lot so B :. M, tlvonlov The '
Saturday Hornell, N. Y., were guests Wednesday that the to* ortllloaM tnnthor with allsubsequent I
of Mr. and Mr. Don Fer- omitted or levied taxol Inohid 4I
Ins tho year 1117. hold or tho SUM hiadvorthwd !
Mr. and Mra Chrla Stetler of reyra and visitor to the Fruit and Mid to the kixhoit bidder.
for ra h aa provided br Chapter I81M of
Dunlii and Mra Stetler1 parenti, Festival tho Ulrr Art. of tho Legislature. upon the I
Mr. and Mn Miller of )Peru, Ind., following doMrlkod real oitato la the
I Sidney S. Holt ot Lantana Fla. county uf Dade. state of Florida to-wltl i The. New 1938
were guests Sunday at the home tot II Blk. T Boulevard Add to n......
and New Haven, Conn., a frequent
of Mr. and Mra Jack Polk and Mr. otoad Tko axes to hi Mid are ..t.
visitor to Royal Palm State Park, ........ kr eortirirato )(0. IIKII of text
and Mn Harry Cooper.R. and represents axes for tho roan IHO
registered recently at Royal
I was to 1'S7, both laoluilMi aatauntlnc toM
Palm Lodge with hit friend, James 10No..
I:. Scott will five up his R Runner of New Haven Conn.! W It of Blk 4 BuMhlao Park Add
Homestead The ko sold
to to
work at Redland Motors Inc. hereat inrrldoncod Apex Refrigerator
kr aortlflrato No. TMS of IMI
the end of this week to becomea Mn John Anderson of Homestead and roproMntt _.. for the roan MO I
l member of the maintenance per- la attending Mn I. J:. Atkinson t.T.. bah Inclwln amounting to

"bnnd at thai?. S. Naval Air Re hostess at Royal Palm Lodge,I; Bald tax. orrtlflraM tomtkor with all : ,

eerve bate at Opa Lock He has Royal Palm State, Park, who \la' ou'1 mid to the hlxhoit_ or bidder Uolod al Seas the will CourtHOMO ko is '

been a member of the air reserve convalescing from a recent Illness; In Miami, oa too Hot dar af Marsh,

squadron at Opt Lock for a Recent visitor at the lodge included .IDS. m, ,beginning or no man at thereafter the bow of aa too the.'_maim k I

number of yearn lie and Mrs. Mr. and Mri. George Ward, .mar ko Warhol la duo .mini.Oatod .
and Mn W.' at Miami F........ this tile tad Air Conditioned
Scott will live In the northeast and the Rev Henry dar of March' IMS r
section of Miami. Blackburn and ton Charles of i BJ. B. IBATRBBMAN:
I Clark Clrault Court.
Mra. Blackburn and
saV t JeHn Fltapati"of; New York Lakeland Mn Ward are nieces of Mn Atklnson -I CImoIt e.ut .J'0-1'. Florida .

la guest of his uncle and aunt,I C............Br 1 Mar mo 4 nmo. II. IS. D.IHaI c. IT HAS w---e 'i
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something that is not available in any other re- :. .

I frigerator. See the APEX and be convinced that

NEW GROVE PLANTING you are buying the best your money can buy. See

those who own APEX REFRIGERATORS for
r GROVE 1IANAGEJ.'IENTFRUITu':1tARKETING your information. See them on display at the '


from February through March 3rd.




... HAVE NOT COST THE OWNERS 5 cents up. .\

SPRAYING keep. :


.. .. MOWING
Pioneer Co.

'j. i Appliance


Caves Building Homestead. ', Fla. ;

N !f' I



Inc. I', .'
Portable Electric and Acetylene WeUI* M Cylinder Block.

Cylinder Beads, Ahunlaoaa Castings t4 BoOara.

w J. R. BROOKS, Manager PHONE 78 Homestead, Fla. Awtowwtlre Maet.lee mepalriitf-Caterfe t* garages ta Beats

." ', bead" posing sad aligned reaming. ..--u.. re4 I M'faC
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I Friday. March,4, 1938 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Thirteen_

I r.' Social Evens in South DadeREV. 1.1



dilCUlSIO- Mar. Meeting of Ad Astra
t roundtable dined. Mrs. Jack Polk Mrs. Green the others
A on Chapter of O. E. S. Among present were: .
"Why: We Encourage Family Hobble This la the sixth program basedon Mar. Meeting of Townsend Rives and Mrs. D. E. Bashor gavea Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Snyder Mr. '
the association theme for the miscellaneous bridal shower at and Mrs. R. B. Hampton Mrs.Carl !
and Individual Hobbles" will Club at Neva King Cooper Schoolat
| year, "Home, the Great Character the Bashor home In Goulds for Undgren Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott
be led by the Rev. E. L. Nelson, Builder." Mar.2S0.: Meeting of South Dade Mrs. George Polk, the former Miss Mrs. Joe Fletcher, Mrs. Maud
pastor of the First Presbyterian A film will be shown after the Garden Club at chapel of Palm Lillian Johnston, popular teacherof Chandler, Mrs Carl Wagner, Mrs
Church of Homestead, at the roundtable discussion. It is called Cemetery in Naranja at 3 o'clock. the Redland school. Ruth Burry Mrs Fred Moore Mrs.
Homestead P.-T.A. meeting Friday "The Romance of Mahogany" and March T Business meeting of Mrs. Ruth Russell won the prize M. J. Bonds Mrs. Hugo Vihlen
of next week at 8 p. m. In If being provided by C. Hagler Junior Woman's Club of Home In a contest game. Mrs. Julia Mrs. L. H. Grew, Mn. Mary Nettles
the Neva King Cooper school Rice of the manual training de stead. Polk gave a reading, "Mrs. Rastus Mrs. Margaret Daniels, Miss
This li a subject In which parents partment.The Mar. Meeting of Homestead Johnson at the Wedding," and J. Kathryn Cut, Miss Eleanor Payne,
are vitally concerned, says Mr. meeting will start at S Business and Professional Wom- Q. Caldwell sang two solos, "When Miss Margaret Delaney and Miss
Mellon, and the points brought out o'clock and close at 1.30: sharp. en's Club. My Dream Boat Comes Home" Ruth Murray.
by those who take part are sure The association Is conducting a Mar. Meeting of W. M. S. at and"At Dawning\ "' Miss Rebecca Gifts were received from Mr.
to be intereitlng. every: school food booth at the Fruit Festival to church at 3 p. m. Fisher played the piano accompanIment and Mrs. R. E. Trotter, Mr. and
patron and all others Interested help pay for the moving picture Mar. 8-wieeong of Woman' for community singing, Mrs. M. A. Baker, Mrs Harry
are asked to be present and to projector with sound which it has Club of Homestead. Apple pie and cherry pia with Cooper, Mrs. Curtis Lee, Mrs.
Join in the discussion if so In- Installed In the school this year. Mar. 9 Meeting of Teachers whipped cream were served with Charles Ooley, Mrs C. E. Elchen-
coffee. berger and Miss Myrtle Kerfoot
Club and Neighborhood Club at
Miss Ellen Vann entertained a The members of the Epworth Mar. Meeting of Episcopal MEETS AT NOLAN HOME on March :38 at the home of Mrs.
group pt her friends at a spaghetti League of the Princeton Metho- Auxiliary at ISO: p. m. at church. The Young Matrons' Circle of A. M. Logan.
supper at her home Tuesday dist Church were entertained witha Mar. -R. H. S. junior play, the Methodist W. M. S. of Homestead : Those present! were: Mrs. Wal-
evening in celebration of the party at the home of Mrs. Ole "Jane Eyre," at 8 p. m. In Red- met Monday night at the ter House, Mrs. Earl Pacetti, Jr..
eighteenth anniversary of her i Peterson on Pine Island drive last land school auditorium.Mar. home of Mrs. Wm. Nolan. M>s Mrs. Lloyd Field Mrs. Wynn Ty-:
birth. The birthday cake was i Friday night After a short business 10 Elementary school Jennie Lobdell was in charge, of ner Mrs. bitters,, Mrs. Wynn, Miss
adorned with green icing and yellow meeting games were played operetta, "Little Black Sambo," at the Bible study and Mrs. Nolan Lobdell and the hostess.
candles. I and a refreshment course of cake I S p. m. in Neva King Cooper gave the devotional part Lf the
The guests Included: Miss Nellie punch and Ice cream was served., school program. The Redland Neighborhood Circle
May Martin Miss WilelU Bullard, I Those present were: Mr. and I Mar. 11 Homestead P.-T. A. During the social period Mrs. will meet next Wednesday at
Miss Esther Pope, Roy Powell, ;Mrs. Fisher, Mrs. Cora Lett, Mrs.I meeting at 8 p. m. Augustus Wynn won in a pie-eat the home of Mrs Sam Davis The
Sparkman and Tolbert Holding. 'Singer, Miss Mary Fisher, Miss' Mar. 14-Meeting of Monday ing contest Jello and cake were meeting postponed one week because -
Albert Timmons and Harry Beady I Cleo Chub, Miss Ethel Roberts,: Music Club at home of Mrs. How served. of the Fruit Festival.
the Rev T. Howren Norton Ken, ard Johnson at I:30 p. m.
DORCAS CLASS PLANS i neth Hawkes, Walter Fisher, Jeff Mar. IS-Meeting of Gleaners
PARTY FOR BUILDING FUND Davis/ Wilton Colson, Bobby Class. .
Mrs C. T. Harper and Mrs W. 'Fisher, Wilbur Peeples, Walter Mar. IT-Meeting of Redlanc!
E. Lewis were hostesses to the McVtckei, Howard Cross Raymond Home Demonstration Club at 9::30(
Dorcas Class of the Baptist Sunday :.and Cameron Booker Colleen Mar. IT-Meeting of Homestead nP"MOI Adrienne
school at the home of Mrs. McVlcker. Kathryn Wright, Lillian Home Demonstration Club at 1 30 ndzzor ASPIRIN -
Harper. Plans for a birthday Norma and Johnnie Lee Andrews Mar. IT-Meeting of Naranja 5
party to be given for the benefit I. and the hostess Chapter of O. E. S.
of the Homestead Baptist Church Mar. 28-Meeting of Young Ma-
building fund were discussed. Mrs adjourned meeting Tuesday at II trons' Circle at home of Mrs. A.

ervlce.Crosland had the devotional o'clock In the clinic room M. Logan."Honeysuckles". I Full size tubQ 1jr1tenAN&

Refreshments were served during ,
'the social hour.
Those attending were: Mrs.. Julie
t Polk, teacher of the class; Mrs.
. E. J. Lawrence, Mrs. T. E. Kirby, 3 r, fYs
Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott, Mrs. A. I'eeislee

D. Smith, Mrs. Bert Andrews, Mrs. 1iddalRa r .eer ..es
i C. Hagler Rice, Mrs. D. R. Snyder, wt ..
Mrs Crosland and the hostess, d sey daepr beta. Make
yea' teeth T.e&M. A1.kato
\ P.- .A. EXECUTIVESTO .e feel Metter sea y
Homestead P.-T.A. executive tyu *>o5ScTl5o&
committee will hold a brief!
size Ktxatl

FRIDAY MENU I ron.Liver&BonenerrowCoiepound
iC at
Homestead P.-TJV. Booth ;
t UQg.tle.5 e.w

Creamed Chicken on Toast x New Potatoes
String Beans Josslzv es'eGE
Cole Slaw usom

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35c fiiaUQtHorwxrw sat uy. IfAM 11211id1ee4 ,

:I t Offer dkikM ibid ;

Chicken Fuel en SahtrdarI I
/ Pint fit floor BriU oM

More for Your Money! a 1U" p w+ p'tly

I BOTTLE o. accurately tiled \'

I'I' 1.00 I"m"---'J[ 1I5 30 Villa Utu MftI.-.1 :\i

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da. lea.IDCI'tCEN '. Broadcloths, muslins, phantungs, dimities I i

erm.DeDtI. Some with Eton jackets, some with panties THE DIXIE DRUG

Cheery spring prints and gay solid colon I

ttslt, .... .....all\tl...,['tkeN ai.l... Adorably dainty style in .sizes 1 to OX Homestead, Florida ;

S'--l Preferred by America's tiniest smart .Honeysuckle frocks H I

make miniature fashion P1a tj Wh their delightful styling
I. .eisg,Mi I,.wMS I..s.e fine fabrics and long wearing dualities, they give you far
Lolls l Imw r..r-sae more for fhelr price than any frock under I IM. Pre-shrunk, Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick II!
,leek lei .a ala/a'espial.
-I .,..,.... .. ...... color-fast fabrics are guaranteed i
I ..'----lei Graduate Oberlin Conservatory and Royal t
ChUdna's Wear, Ie. Street fleerSEARS
Conservatory of Leipzig ,
Bush's Barber Shop'

Miami: Biscayne Blvd, 13th to 14Ui Streets
hike LniSe Brew*. Operate Redland Road Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1422
Open Dally: 930: to 1.30.: Saturday 9:30: to 9:00: t I

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Fourteen THE. LEADER-ENTERPRISE; Friday, March 4,1938THe

titles which were published in the 1

KNOCKERS GROW Country Gentleman, completely i I
reversing the previous attitude of I I

I' < ChurchesBAPTIST I INTO BOOSTERSFOR that paper. ;

"Still later, I took around that !
section the writer of the articleon
SOUTH DADE Florida which appeared m th<'

CHURCH I EVANGELICAL CHURCHSt. National Geographic magazine"This
is not Intended to b"-
UmeteidThe Rev C. N. John'i-Redland; the Rev When Charles I. BrooM, head laudatory of my activities, but j

Walker, pmtor Sunday school at ,Norman C. Zulauf, minister. Services of a grove development companyin i rather to show that once people :
10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. each second and fourth Sunday the Redland District and activein i became acquainted with the attractiveness -

and 7.30 p. m; B.Y.P.U. at 130: at 8 p. yet.METHODIST. real estate In this section, was of the country the,,

p. m. Prayer services Wednesdayat EPISCOPAL questioned this week about his life, and the fruit, they 'fell for i 1 '
7:30 p. mFIRST I activities ai a Redland District I It' like the rest of ui and thus j
Florida City Community Church i booster over a period of yean, boosted the country to their friends I Ii
BAPTIST ClIfKCH -the Rev. C. O. Nelson, pastor. he told the following story: I i both by personal conversation and i
Mar. I--Morning sermon Church school at 10 a. m.; preach- "I was first attracted to the by letter. I t'Y
:h The Lord Help;" evening Ing at 7:30: p. m. Midweek prayen Redland District late in the year "I was also glad to be of service'

r sermons "Light In DII'II_" i and Bible study Wednesday at 1914 when I tint cam to Miami in the way of conducting various I I

Mir I .Pram meeting 730. j I to stay. I nw some very fine Individual parties and motorcades I

subject! "The Motive of Million I :I colored oranges on a fruit stand of the Miami Realty Board,
*," Kedland Community Church uid asked where they came from.I the Chamber of Commerce of Miami ,
the Rev. C. O
Nelson pastor.
was told they came from Red- the Florida State Horticultural
Goulds-The Kev. Noah Peter- Church school at)0; preaihlng at 1
lands. I had just come from a Society I the Rotary clubs,
ion pastor. Sunday school at 10 11. Epworth League at 1:311.: Mid-
to California and at tint
trip etc., and hence feel that while I
.. m.; preaching at 11 a m. and week prayers and Bible stady i
thought they must be referring do not reside in the Redlands Inevertheless
: 7.30 p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at ':30 p. m. Thursday at 230.METHODIST .
to the Redlands district of tbat have a substantial
Prayer service at 7.80: p. m. Wed
EPISCOPAL: state. Upon further inquiry I I Interest there in the shape of
{ nesday. SOUTH was told that the Redlands referred ,grove Interests of various kinds, tCONVENKNCC lIT Three

CATHOLIC to was in the lower part "I know of no other portion of dishes of Norbake oven ware. Tw
1I0m.ateacl-the Rev. J. J. Richards of Dade County. I asked the way the country (and I have traveledin water bottle
Church of the tiered Heart pastor. Sunday school at 8:45 there and tot ai far as Peters, every state but one) which has'' l-quart

8. E. Second avenue, Homestead; a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 where the road was so poor beyond 10 many natural advantage to'' DISSERT HT...Eight Individ.M -

the Rev. James Cloonan, pastor. p. m. Junior League at 2:30: p. rid that point that I turned back. uy nothing of what the enter-I dessert: cm be chilled or ftpsea
Sunday mail at 8 a. m.; week day Hi League at 6:00 p. m.; Senior Two or three times I started out prising citizen of the county
mail at 7:41 dally. Sunday ichool League at 1:30: m. Wesley Fellowship In these new diihe
p. ;
for the Redland District and each have done in the way; of civic,
Sunday following I o'clock man. 6:30; evening service, time turned back when I got a horticultural and agricultural Im- 8 AUTOMITIO PRCSERVOIII 1
Communion for women the tint 7;30. Prayer meeting at 7.30: p. "
little beyond Peters, on the old provement.
Three positions for cold storage use
Sunday of month; for men and Wednesday.. road.
boys, the second Sunday of month. II' chilling of meats or desserts.
Holy hour Thursday before first Mar. Morning worships "I then learned that there was Truman G. Futch Seeks I

Friday of month at T:43 p. m. Man Sermon by putor on "The mother road by way of Cutler, Seat on Supreme Court''.IIOUI '1I1ITOTIIAYI Remove
tint Friday at 1:30 a. m. Benediction Recovered Rapture abbreviated and line I am of an exploring :4 one let cube or a dozen this

of the Slewed Sacrament form of Holy Com nature, I tried that route. Again quick, easy way. Simple, clean, lafe.ROLUTOI .
I turned back, remarking that if
after mast.CHRISTIAN. munion service: made by
vetted choir. Evening worship the people there didn't think COMPIIESSOI
SCIENCE CHURCH enough of their country to build
beginning of two-week
a good road into it, I would wait A SHAFT TURKIC.
revival by the Rev. DL\
Florida City-Broadway and
Sixth! itreet Sunday school it Coale of Los Angeles music until they did. Wdad
"Road building came fast about A noun ROLLS.
'45 a. m. for puplli under 20 years by the young people' choir.
that time and it was not long
of morning service at 11 ICII
are; Silver Palm Community Church before I was making excursionsInto ./ *
o'clock. Wednesday evening services -
which include testimonials -the Rev. T. H. Norton paator Redlandi and shortly thereafter 10-YRAk WARRANTYon

of healing and experience and remarks -' Sunday ichool every Sunday at 10 began buying oranges Kings unit
I ind Oneco tangerines from the the RoUator compression you
services first
: a. m.; preaching on ,
Christian Science 8
on p. will still be in effect la.
That the start :buy today
third and fifth Sundays at 11 a. growers there. was
m. The public li cordially invited
to attend m. and 8 p. m. of my orange business, which 1948. Only Nor j has the surplus-

later led to my buying oranges powered RoUator compressor that
Mar. Letsorusermon topic: Prlnoeton-The Rev. T. H. Hor- and other citrus fruits all over makes cold by revolving slowly la a

"Man." ton, pastor; Leo ... Poyser, assistant the district, 10 that I came to know ,permanent bath of protecting oil .
paitor. Sunday school at 10 a. m; practically every grove and grove That's why the Rollator compression

r CHURCH Of CHRIST preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45: p. owner In that entire area, becoming unit exclusive to Norge. carries
Homestead-F1rat avenue andN. m. every Sunday.; Epworth League known 11 Brooks the OrangeMan 5 cY 1 I U-YBAR WARRANTY.:

i VT. Fifth street, John R. Pack,I it 7:15: p. m. by which many; of the old .U. .MT.OT.

minister. Bible itudy at 10 a. m.;i METHODIST FREE resident still know me. 10 cent down
communion fellowship fend Florida City-The Rev. Thos B. "Later, as I went around the I per
; preaching It a. m.; preaching Sheldon putor. Sunday school district buying fruit, I took with .,jVuman C"'-Futch" has twenty- Balance in 30 monthly in-

7.00 p. m. Prayer meeting! Wednesday \ 10 a. m.; preaching 11 a. m. and mi various tourists who traded at I.five years of practical experiencein ,j stallments
at 7.00; p. m. one or the other of my stores in of law i i
8 p. m.; Junior meeting *:30 p. m.; the general practice
715. Miami. Among the people hal license to practice in all state
Young Peoplea' meeting :
introduced to the Redland
Prayer and class meeting 7:30: thus courts and the federal courts, Including -!Redland Appliance
nra st -608 N. W. First Thursday District was Ed How, now deceased the United States Supreme

:, avenue; the Rev and Mr*. E. F. but who before his death Court; hal served his district In: Ave.
: tIS N. Krone
Brawn, pastor*. Sunday school at PENTECOSTALGoolds wrote many Interesting the Florida legislature in both the Florida
I 1.45 a. m.; preaching at 11 .. m. -Sunday school at 145: ; for Miami and other newspapers house and senate and was president -! Hmestea1
and 7:JO p. ra.; junior Y, P. at 145 preaching 11 a. m. and 7.30: p. m. about whit he law In that sec of the senate In 1933. In
p. m. Prayer meeting, 7:30 p. m. tion; also the parties who from 1931 Futcb headed the educational
: Wednesday. HOMESTEAD PRESBYTERIAN year to year came down on the committee of the senate that sponsored I DR. D. F. .
.meatead-ltIoml avenue al: Cyrus H. K. Curtis yacht. The the Educational Associa STEBBINSI

l l CHURCH OF THE NAZARENEHomestead N. 16th street; the Rev. X. L. Nelson Curtis family found that their tion's legislation and fought for I Optometrist

The Rer. W. J. minister. Bible school al: guests were always interested in It through the senate to a successful I
Parker : school at: 10 a. m.. preaching at 11 a. m our back co/mtry, particularly because conclusion which gave the H YEARS'Practice
putor. Sunday peoples' ot 7 m. of the rare varieties railed I In Homestead
Young meeting p. their
teachers of the state pay
143 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. i 'IMcCl'Cry
} 6 and
t and 7:30: p. m.; N. Y. P. S. and Sf BFIRITUAUST\MPLE OF there.Up from the state and made possible Room
to tint time the CountryGentleman Arcade
Junior at 8:30 TRUTH longer school term and better
meeting : p. m. written articles'
Prayer meeting Wednesdayven- Homestead-brunch ot Miami had pay for the teachers. He I* a candidate Hours:
I Ing 7:30 p. ra Spiritualist Temple of Truth In and published maps showing all in the May primaries for Thursday ........ 7.30: to 10 p. W.
Woman' Club. 410 N. W. Eighth of south Florida to be swampy Justice of the supreme court ir IIUI-l: 4 FF ICE:
Princeton the Rev. C. A. Con- avenue. Mejv'l Bible class and everglades So when George Group Two. lU5 W. Flatter, Miami, Fla.

don. pastor. Sunday school at ':U; young proiia'i: lyu-um it 7-13 p. Horace Lorimer, the editor-in- PhOntil131517151
preaching at 10:4J a. m and 7:30 m.; healing by Dr. 3. Carl Hobson chief of the Curtis publication, CARD OF THANKSWe Dr.V.. Stebblns. Associate
p. m. Junior meeting 6'30; young Wat 1:"$; lecture and messages at came here n Mr. Curtli' guest, I
people' meeting at (:30. Prayer 730. the chamber of commerce In wish to express to our friend.
meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. I i Miami asked me to show Mr. our deepest appreciation for the r-----I

r Dr. T. W. Ayers Will Be I Loruner the country. I was pleased messages and the flower sent;1.
UISCOrAL'It. to be of service in that way, and when our deaf one passed on. NATUROL GAS
i John's-S. J:. Second avenue I Mission School SpeakerA there went with ui Mr. Ed Howe. GWEN CASSLEBERRY I

and Fourth street Homestead; We spent all day and the trip K. H HINER. 'II
I The M. Melrose, priest in charge. school of missions will be con- made such in impression on Mr. FOR MODERN KITCHENS I
ducted at the First Baptist Church LorImer that he said he would I
t Mar. .-Firs Sunday toLent. from Mar. 37 to Apr. 3, announces send down a staff writer to write Italian American Homel..1Page !
'1:1" Holy Enchariat: the pastor, the Rev. C. N. Walker. up the south Dade country. RestaurantItalian I'VIRGIL D. LYON.

Mi, church aoheali 11. Holy Mia Louis Smith of Jackson "Mr. Lorlmer tent a staff writer Spaghetti Dinner :

EaeharM and aersnent .:... ville, state W. M. U. secretary,will In the person of William Harper JOB TORCI8E L _ jI I
Tow FBI'I Service teach the boy and girl at 3.30 Dean who spent several days
FUfid City
.Ertl... each afternoon and the young peo- with me going over and throughthe Opp. Depot TROPICAL.MDNKEYJUNGLE.
Wednesday, M... At pto'a classes at '715. entire south county. A* a
7i Italy EmharMl 4. Ul Dr. T. W. Ayers ot Atlanta,who remit he wrote a aerie of ar-i I
any and meditation. Subject served M a missionary in '
"Tli* Intermediate State." China for 17 Jean, will make a r -l' DR.M.A.BERGEBDentist ONLY

FrMay, )1... 11 Litany missionary address each evening 1 MONKEY

wad tnitraetlon at 7S1 .. at 8:15 o'clock. I NATUROL GAS JUNGLE

1100 IN THE U.L

Dr. Leonard W. Haskin G. 0. Brewstcr M. D. I : First National Bank
: LOW OPERATING COST w rt.u.. M..arJ.nel.
nrunee.md BwGLASSES |
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I .n neat soon s.lr .rP.W
THROAT TREATMENT r % go MISS i.M.w.a.e .
Uemetteadl Office Hours 8:30-110
I : VIRGIL D. LYON, enaawq.
ui M. t ring sa rwm -HM Glasses fltwcJ.-aIeC'r.Arcade 1 Open Evenlnc by Appointment
coMrtrrriY Jol1 Cor'sR10KRacuxxi.Kiser: Tuna Hones t to i : L-I

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Friday March 4, 1938 THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Page Fifteen t

... wM CoTttflaato would use h DM Tk ga.en.tM of Mat >roprtr udtba.
LEGAL NOTICES of Uubaow.Vale. .. tha Mid Oa.>atluit. emaoTwaa :
I. Mid. oMtMlMto Shan >- as MM. at Minimum VMMa Mtd CarkaS, :
.ordlait. to law. .tao I aato ...... ko ioai..i.l anaai.liol I* law, CLASSIFIED
NOTICa''CI 141.\1 nil TAI: 00"1. ........ tksl. will be ms b tee Modsv as deed wW blow tboreoq oa the Sth "'i k'I'I
I "1:11-: "all bidder M the Cant fast.0 m 1M AWL thisA.lid oaTac
plkatlat lI. !Loss. fogs Meador in the Samoa of AMtI. less, Marl. A. D. IMS.R. 1
-- is humor gins t L L = I"abase II 1M .th day of ..... 198L a UIATHICRMAN, RATE: First Insertion 104 a Hot;
: fed with a, wad this lad day of ........ A. D. lea check of dramtt Court Sf. Bile
Dada 0...... Florida.
tint the a9 waste, watt(tsubmeuont II K. B. LEAIWBftMAN.:
omitted or lawld=loins I Clark of Cereals OoaM.P.O. ChoIt Oeuet'L __ ___
.. hld Vy Cuatr. VwrMa.Clmlt By N. C. ITBRRinT. D.aMar.4. .
tbd iadlost.SOM to tile hlabatabbidder M Court oal.Br ( U. la M. Apr. 1) FOR RENT I EXCELLENT after shaving lotion

.... M arorldad br Chanter IBM. of the N. C. ITMIITT. D.C. for Hand and face lotion
_. Ui.follow. I Mar. 4. It. la. HI men.
MM Aam at .....s..Io" upon ( NOTICE Or-tALR OF TAX CKRTIFI.CATM
.*. dowrlbM Mal **uta IB the boos ladle Make It yourself for
Conaty .* Dad*, sate or Fa-id" U.W*iMM Applk.tl.. No. FURNISHED APARTMENT. C
N& MH NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOB TAX V... Clods. a few cents per pint Material at
NW of NWH H. Nods b hash? .heat R. Bigger 104 N. E. 2nd Ave.
of Ip-* of NBH.: auction 97. Township IIHED Looked haa filed with m _...it fii_ all drug (tor**. Complete instruellona -
I" .... to b* saidlull Chapter ""'-,"OJ of 1MI that UM tax eorttfto.ua tontbor with all (m4U) I5c coin and name .
by 3Csrtlfk.b "'o. MM FI1.A4M4Motloi .MMoauont omitted or hntod teas tllel... ,
and mpg MM U.M far the Fern IMO b hereby given that Voter M IMT, held by the State ba TOURIST cabins, trailer camp, and address of two (Honda Ad- .
,.... and Mildred Kashmir, husband a 4wtta 't..rd
1tII. two and IMT. la in 1d Koolor Sold to the klthert Udderfor
Nt'4 NW* of NIU, Bortloa holders of state and Couat TaiOarUfleaM reek M provided by Chapter lAM, of Inner spring! _u.-. Shnk- dross J. B. Sonunen e/o Mrs.M. .
11, ?o.a..to .1. Ruin IS Tl<. umto No. Itll bawd Uw lit oat I tha IMT Ante of the LoyUlatww, woo the Un Grove Wilt Florida City McMlchJe, 1110 N. W. 56thSt
.. Mid are settlement by CertificateNa. of A....... A. D. IHt, have tend MMla follow- described nol atoll I* UM County
< toll and _.. ton air of'.... and have rods ..pputeattoaForatudordtoM of Dado. Btato of Florida, t...wM (per Mldnl.
r.., lh7rMr* loin JHI and loss[ to IMT. Mod saw c. Lot 1 Blk S4 Coral ... ...-. The
... .*... I tUhato rmbnMoi ta* following described Sees to W ate ... orldmod by onttfk- R. L RED FRYERS-solve or are**-
Bald U. ..irdfkatal toaat.rlwith illMbMunit property In the Comity of Dado. BUM ftFlorid. rate raw HIM of lull and roproMOtotoaM FOR SALE ed. Free delivery In city. Phone
omitted ar Intoi ta1Ull.11I, ... .. to-wbt for the Mon KM to lest both laan.lv, I
ate b the 101'I I Las 1 and '. Blank U, aoaboard P..... amouaUn to IS 4*. 83J-M. McEwen Poultry Plant
lime \a Miami, M tin Hat day of Mark.IMS Pint Book. 14. pan '1. la UM Ooaatf of Lou I and BI.... 14 Coral Villa* So.irbod. .' FOR SALE-1'31 r ntlM four
beginning >t the boar at to* ('dock Dad. Sate of Florida. Th. team U be gold aro 'otldoaordby FOR SALE Trailer/ In first clans
i door brand
Sedan paint
' 01 said underthe new
: w. a or M MM thereafter as Oil HUM l TIle &mwsm n' property oartlflcaU No. IlltT of lost and reproMntt '
may ?bo **aeh'd In diM coura*. I mid brtltksa hewed .. I. use axe for the Fares lost: to HIT, Job. new tires mechanically condition. Inquire it Leader-
Dated Florida, this. the and .... of Unknown.Unlm both lnrlu.lv. amounllna to 111. office.
. dad ..-.t"I'; 1I. Mid rtlflMU ....11 U N- Lot 4 Hlk 14 Coral VIII. ........ Tk; perfect; IMS. Term John L. Enterprise
E.e, LEATHERMAN: I devoted accordion to law. UM property axes to ko now ara .vM.nood by oertttlMU Scarborough. Phone 18. .. (pml)
, Clark Circuit Court described thereto will b> wU to UM ...- No. HIM of lost and represents WM y LOST
1 Dada County Florid.Clrault .. tat bidder at tha Court Room daw oa UN far the rMn 1MO to IMT both ....1..1....
Crack loa. I tint Monday la UM mouth at: loft. 1MI, amomUai to MM. FOR SALE,," co. crei plneland
Us JNO nNNO. D. C. width la the nth dar d Aortt 1M. Bald tox oanlfkatM tontkor with alllubaaauont comer Epmorq) and Country LOST-Gold band ring, lost at
(PahlUhrd M.... 4, II, II. IMS DOW this fad dv of ......h. A. D. IMS.R. omitted or levied team will be
R tBATHRMAN: 1 Mid to .. hlthMt bidder at the Court Club Road. Clear title. A. En- school or onay to school Re-

NOTiCEOF-SAIR;; Clark. of Circuit. Court. 'I HOMO m .MI. .. on the lath d.y of Marsh len percer, Route 1, Box 578 turn to high school office imd'
OF TAX CERTIFI- Dado CDU.". Klorld.Clrtult .. 1M botlnnlnl at the hour of Ten o'oloek
CATKKAapllraUon I Court 8.aLBr | A. lk., or u Sam thorMftor "M the MOM 1 Homestead. (poll) receive reward.SITUATION. .
N., IMI I I N. o. iTMwrrr, D.C. nay a* reached In duo _.... ,
,. '" obi that A. K. WlUon.hai 'I 1)1... 4, 11, U. HI, Doled at ..Ia.... Florida, thin the tlrd Combination WANTED
20 ACRES: glade
,od rich m. written request day of Fetruary. IMS.
'II:. uto together with all K. B. LRATHKRMAN and high pine land m miles
Yen, cud *r heeled turn Including NOTICI or APPLICATION FOR TAX I Clerk Circuit Comm POSITION WANTED Middle-
held hy tho State be ....... iiEun Dad County Ftorida. Redland school on Redland active cheerful tingle man
d ild to the hurhMt bidder for I File IHSdNtc. Circuit Court Seal road. Inquire J. A. Norwood on ,
inrrlded br Chapter HIM of the ; I. hereby given that' John 8. and By JNO. FENNO. T>. C. drive Tenn. road. want job ns grove man or cnrc-
S J of the. UarUUture. upon the'' Alblna A. MaxiroU, Mdrn ai aailanMof (Published Fb. M Mar. d, 11. lose) Epmore near taker. Good at maintenance and
rag described real, slats. In th.WoMv City of Hialeah Tm Certificate Mumbtnd (poll)
of Dada, $him nf Florida. towltiLnt IT. dated the 4tt dar of July A. D. NOTICE OF BALE OF TAX CERTIFI. repair. Experienced In marketIng -
.. Wit *, HnTwmaa M..... TIlt IN]. how filed auld certificate In Mroffu CATBKAppllralloa fruits And Address -
torn M N Mid >.* .......004 hy C.rtlfl- .*. and base made .1>1>,...t..... for tai Ne. Ill FANCY GIFT BOXK3 Orange, vegetable
t Mto No. 1111 of I'" and represents dead to koaa "" .., In aowrdaim with I Notice b. korrby clmi Out Rohiwr DoMlttpnMnt grapefruit, tangerine. etc. Leader-Enterprise. (m4)
}, 4m m, for the can lit tairhnlm. tint both law. Bald OorttflMt. wbracoi UM fol- Corporatloa hM fllod with awwrlttra
r amomotlw u> HIM.MM lower iliaotlhad proiMtr situated In roauMl that the tax wrtlftrata.toawthor Shanklin Grove Palm Ave.
Paid to .rrtlflnla. tml0 ahr with all I>Icfo County, Florida, to-wltl : with all .01oooo..." omitted orkrrwd Redland Road. WANTED
.. aunt emitted or tested team wilt be Lot I. Blook at. HlaUMh Orurlaal Towa- UXM, ladudln the year l.''. hold
M t S.. klthed bidder .t the Court Ito, Ianthe City of BhlMk. Comply of ky UM Sat ko ad *rtud and gold u the wanted. Roadside
Hew ta Miami, on MM Hit day of Marsh Did.. Sate of rtorktoTba I highest bidder for cash M anvlded' by FOR SALE Bright Valencia MONEY-Honey -
lose bKhiMn it the .hour of ton o'clock nonmalignant of sold property under Chapter HUM. of the IMT AM* of theLabdatare grapefruit and juice at Trading Pont, Goulds, High-
>. w, or an rues th.rw.ftw u tot MUM the MM OarMHMM .Mood Was la the'I upon the following doarrlbrdml I II oranges,
Mf be reqmhod I. dos __. nan of U.".... ".1... sid CntlfiMU I sate la the County of Dtda. BUtoIt. stand South Krom Ave. and w.yA.. (m3.11)
l>a"H >t Miami Florida, this the tad shall ha _od.al... to low, of FMrlds. .....11' Homestead. Fruits
far of Man, IHi.C ta. dead will Mja steams oa the Itk. dar I _" '8. Ita.... St. WANTED Curb girl must be 2i
R. UlATHERMMf.Cterk ol April A. D. IttSf. The ta... to Mawldhap nldmood grown by H. L. Cook. (f8a29) over and have health
''f Circuit Court. Dad thai and day i' r.rIHR D. KMB. i I by eartlfloaU No. IMI of IMI and repro.Mnta I year or
Oid Ooiiotr. riorMiCircuit I team for the pars ItIO to IMT. card. Apply In person. Cabin'
Court (fltl. Cork of Circuit Court, both lMlu>lvr, amountlnl to 1114II. FOR SALE Seedless grapefruit, Inn. (pm2 )
? Br JNO FF.NNO, D. 0.Pohll.lnd Dado County Plurlda. Bald tax gratification together with all 50c bu. Valencia oranges, 25e
( Mar 4. II, II, HID CI1t Court Ml.ft I I
, auboMuont omitted or levied axes will h*
b i N. 0 BTFRRCTT, D.C. I old to the hi.....' bidder at the Court pk. Mr*. Eva: Collins, Modello. WANTED Listings of house (i
Mar, 4. 11. U. M. Apr 1) How In Miami aa the 14th day of Narek and for rent Henry
1I0TlCB or APPLICATION POll TAX i 1MB, kwlnnlnc at UM hoar of Ton o'eloeb FOR SALE Tropical plants, citrus apartment
DEEP : A. M.. or .. ...... thereafter aa the MID 1 Behrcn & BenJ. W. Morris, N. t J.
" Chapter ItUI-Art. of 1MI I I IPit. NOTICE of imtBArax FOB TAX ,, may be reached I. ..... ...._ trees and tropical fruit In Krom north oKjO-rrnt .)
A-IHH \ DKElt Doted at Miami. Florida th'la. the lord season. Jungle Drove Rcdlan4 ,
r S"'tlco l> .....*, lIMa that Vila. N. Fib 1'1.' .111. I J day of Poh.....,.. ItMB. store; phone 84. ( ? ut---J
X=>r and MlldtW KMhr. kwkaiid and Notl.*. .b..wl...plus i slot aadiHlnkh I i i B. LKATRERHAN. road and Plummer drive.aad -
.holdon of Itato tab Omtr Tax Bk.we7 Jess.. hddvn s = Clark Clrooll covert, I
Crrtlfluto No. II" hoped the Mi day 0" of Tax C.rtlflsa Num.barod .1 I Dad County Florida. LEGAL NOTICES
of Awruit A. D. In,. have filed tamo lar H dated the 4th day of July A. D.1 Ch".I Court E..1 An P_. Knvlnl Claims or Do. r
.. .,"".. and have mad appllMtlim. for IMI. haw filed MM Cortlflcato I* mr By JNO. FEMNO, D 0 mono Against Bald Enatol, NOTICE OF SALE OF TAX CtRTIFh
a t.u dead to h. bound tho.... BaldCrrtirloata .ffk., and ka** made application' for htt I (Published Frt. Mi Mar. a. 11, IMS i Yon and each. of you art hereby. aoMfM CATRApolirdthen
raibraon the following d. dad to Uooa doyen In ......... web and roqulrvd to present any claim, and do No. I4T
r Scribed orotwur In the County of Dado, .... Bald CartlfliiaM vmbr.cM .... fol.Inwlac Tin TO CREDITOIIS: manda which yon or either of you may Notice h hereby (Iv.n that A. K. WII..... ,
Bate .. to-pelt, awxrlbod _...,. .Ituo"'" In Dad In Court of the OaMttr ....... BUto of I knew against UM _111 of Charles H. Ely ...... hM filed with me written ronueetthat
V prIna 64 Beek $4. Seaboard Park. Plat Coonty Florida to-wltl of........ Date County No. UM.la lea of F..I...... Oakland County Mica- the Ux .....11....... tnavthw with all
I" BtawAo room 1ft the County of Dado. Lot II, Slash M KWoak Orkdaatrbwn.lt r* Ratoto of e...... H. Bly. Do. i yon, to the County Judas of Dado Comer aubMaMM omitted. or levied axes nrludloa .
; .
la UM Mr mf HlalMk. Oonty a Florida, at hb affil la UM Court the rear lt>17. held ky tho star be
TIlt a..wnl.at or sate property underr ,Of Dada. State of Marlda. To all Creditors LatatoM Dbtributon, Helena at MiamL Artwithin twelve,. advartlard and .,.Id to the hlabwit, oMoVr
tenth from the ,i-o? aiW-tint publication : for MM M provided hy Chapter IMM. of
J IIiIIIIIlIIlIIIIiIIIIIlI'IIIIIII! of this. notlcoi MM claim, or do.anda the lilt Arts of Ih. I-eaWntur.. up..
llfllll8llIIIIIIIiIllilli8lllIIIlIIIIlllllllllIIlIIIIiIIII! !! !
AIIIIIIIIIIIlIlIIIIIIiIilIIIIIIIIIIIIP'! .. to ka aware to and arowntod Mafonoald. the fdlowlts dner/Md root t. ....
or Mm. will ko ........ ... County of Do" state n' ..-. ....It I
Chapter IIM4 Laws of UM state of Florida Lot I Blk. 10 MrAlltotor. Terries Th.
for nor IMT.Datod tone to ho mid ... vvldenord br oerrlflMM .
February. 18th A. D. 1MI No. MM of IMI and ....._n..
CARL R. ELY. awn for the ,wen IMI to IMS, both 'In.rl'iarrr .
At Anrlllary Administrator of the btoto .mc.mlln. to 111"II.
:f' i IMPROVED PROPERTY TOWN LOTS of Chortles H. Itl,. DKMatd.Frb I Lot II Blk II Woo rlaa-ler Park 8er
( Its 1M... 4. II, II, H. Apr I, I, 19.NOTICE B. Th. tows to be mid ." .>ldno> kyorrtlfliat.
.. ".> No. 14.11 of lose and rrMwntl -
Is tsar for the yMr> toss to 1M7
OF BALK or TAX CKRTIFI- both lr.rlo.Ke. nntlnto ill ...
CATEI Lot 11l1 II Woo Annular Park 110<.
Application No. 14 B. TIlt, taxes to .ba wM ara ovMaimdby \
Native h. korrhy dam that W. ( OWa. aartlflcato No fall of lot and rep. 1
e=S = HM kM filed with no written moment that Mesa Samoa for the roan lest to 191?. ,
e = the toa ....111./ ... together with all auknt both Imlotlvo, aawintlna- 517.17.NR14. .
_.. omitted or hnrtod boom Including Heritor $4, Township 14, RanaaM. t
11M year toll hold by the Sate bo ad, _........ 1M mere moro or MM. Tho 5
niHwod mad now to the huihwt. bidder for toiua to ... Mid aro evil SS.d br oertlfl.Mto .
48.1 .. provided or Chapter inM at the No. III of Joel Sad reprraaati Um
Iii Aria of the Loahlatura, some the falhiwlnc for the yap IMI to IMT. both Inrluarea.amountlni .
dtwrrHiod real react In the County to MO.IIBT .
I Edward I II of Dado Store of Florida ....It t <4 and WU. ....... 14. Township, f
Stungi .M I "Ik IT Highland Park. The town 14, 11._' It, ,oontolnln 4"0 arm moro
to ho Gold mil ..I"">nord ky certificate No. or _. Th taxes to .. sold are r.l<....... .
Uses of IMT and represents MIM for UM od by MrtlflraH. No. I1M of lost end
wean mi to INT. both Inclmlvo. .... represents taira for the _POtit to
law to 1111.'" ltT" bolt IncluiK*, amountlni M MM .*.
= Said UI _II...... toawUMr Villa Bald tax Mrtttkataa tell.Uop with all
Subsequent omMrd or Meld total .n..1 .............. emitted or ...... II.. will
ha Mid to too hla-ant bidder, at the h. said to the highest" bidder at tho Court
Haw In Miami on the ,tit day of 11.. Horn la Miami oa tha TU dar of memo
lit!. Walnnlnt at the hour of Ton .'.. loll. s"h.slna at the .hour of Ts .'rl..k. t
I i A. .... or oa MOO thonaf aa the OHM A. M.. no me mom ehav.far es the .me
may bo _%.. !. dna _.... mar be reached I. duo ....._.
REALTOR Dated at Miami. Florida. thai the lOtio Dared .. .10.1. Flor..... thin the IttII }
day of rrbruorr. IN*. day at ,.........,, IMI.K. .
Clmlt Court Clot Clrrull Covrt j
Dada County rortda.Clraull Dodo County .........
1., 2 ( Court sill) (Circuit Court Heal I ,
s = R1 JNO. 'ENHO. Do 0.Publkhod by JNO. FLT1110. A. c. i
P.b, U. II: Mar. 4. less. rublbhod F.k. is. It| Mar. 4. IMS. ;


ri Florida Florida I e Applkatloa TATE No. 1411Notlr CATERAoplfeathM N. 1411

City, II lo ......., given that Warrant Kotloa ta harokr ol rm that H. V. Wallaea -
anna ban filed. with ... writing MqMMtkal baa filed. wilt M wrtttoa M.UO.| that
the lag onrtlfkatoa together with allaubaranowt the u> omiflratoa toaothor with. all t>....
minimal or W.Wd taxes l..lu* past omitted or looted ham lacliiolniitk
lag the pow 1111 bold ky the state W aoV roar IMT bold by the auto ... ....
_Uid aad rote ta hoe hlahoit. bidder for rttoi4 .... MM to the kurkort. bidder for
== == goals. M prowldod by Chapter IHM. ol the welt aa Provided by Chapter Jesse of the
, = = MT Arta at tho Lowbtatara, wpm the IMT A.. of the a......._ .ea the folbwlnr. .
TollowlMl dWorlbod sent ..eat. la the doaerlbod east values la the County
; Commit of Dada BUto of Florida. to-wMt of Dado, Baa of Florida, ...wit
I ESTABLISHED 1910 Lot 7 Blk. .4 Miami H.lxhta. TIlt torn Lot II Blk. ( Town of Rowetete d. Tb
M bo sold men, vrldoaood hy seminars. Ma axes to b* sold ave aoMoaord br eenlfl.Mto .
1449I of till and roproMnui land (or the No Ml of lost SPA reproMiiM
5. years lit M HIT both I......... aatotut- toes for the years 1M to IMI bothIneluarea
bow to .n.... amoaotliw to 1101 M. .
Bald tea oortUbaua ........ web ansubsequent Bald tax rorUfenUM taatkor with all (
emitted or hood boss will benew Subsequent omitted or hood taaM will W t
to tho highest kiddor at the Comm:: old to the fcla-kaot ....... at the Vowrl
er \ usage m Meal oa tao ,tit .., of JIh.I. Haw m Mloml. *a tho the tlh ....of
... Insignias at the bear d Too .'sl.eb ....... low koflaalac at tao hen of Ton
r ACREAGE 1 .A. .... m as ogee thervansm so the seem .'..... A. M, or M two thereafter Mtk
war be snowfall to dos -.... MOM may h* railroad la dues MUM.Doted .. ,
Doled rt Maul nwwa.. deb tilt 11110 .t ....... Florida, this Ik tab ,
dar "t r......... 11*. W eI P.ben.n Into. ) I
t B. LaATlRIJI.ur. .. C. UATWIBIIA...
I I Clerk Clean Court, Clark Cisnea/s Cou.
Dodo Craaty Florida. Dads County, t1 "...
(C...." Court Soil) (Circa.t Cast Bran

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; Sixteen THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, March 4,1938
: f ljmMIHttHII .illlHMMtl FARMER ON TOES !



J I Half pint .7..,... ....15c ,

In comparing farming In the BUTTER ca6t.t riot ............. ...... 24c
Hedlond District with farming In'' Quart ........ ...... '" 39e

other part of the United State,I lIb. Jar....................14c MAYONNAISEQuart
Chariot H. Steffanl, county agent,I .
laid this week that It* one great 2 Ib. Jar......................25c t.. i.4.f1'I4U'U;" 49c
. .._
advantage it the tact Out the local --'II
farmers raise green vegetables In
mid-winter when practically no RICH CREAMY STANDARD Lord Fairfax All Green
other part of the country can.
"We have problem along the Spry 3 Ib SSe BRANDS WEEK ASPARAGUS
lime line M the northern farmers can
," be aald. "They have early
frosts and sometimes we have Royal No.1 can. ..15c
frost; they have drought or too BALLARD'S Plain
; or Self-Rising Baking Powder
much water and to do we. N o. 2 ea. .2"c
"When northern farmer comedown 1) Ibs. .........................29c 6 oz. can.-19c u.FI
here I try to find out the '
4 problems of those from other states our 10 Ibs. ..................... ..5.c Tender Leaf Jersey Tomato
and they are not muci. different
: from ours," he aald. "A: farmer 20 lbs ................. .....98c TEA
i' who li on nil toes there la lucee.tul ...- COUPONS CATSUP
lust the lame aa those here. The SAVE THE 3% oz. 17 e
, successful one here are the ones 2 large bottles 25c
: ::: ::::33c
'Ii who have been successful in the BORDEN'S SILVER COW Save Coupons 7 oz. .
states where they have come

from.The"preaent IUOOM of this area MILK 3 TaU Cans ZJC Fleischman's Van tramp ,

In farming la due to the diversification YEAST PORK & BEANS ,
of farm crop rather than
concentration on one crop such ai OLD TIMES-Family Style-Sliced or Halves 3 cakes oo.oo.- .9c ,I
was practiced lust a few years ago. No. 2Vz Can N O. 211! can. _9c
Mr. Steffanl pointed out that Instead Chase & Sanborn'
of growing only tomatoes ai No. 1 Can.. .5c' :
they have done In the past Red- JSc cOFFEE
land District farmer are growing
potatoes. beans, cabbage and other
truck cropi. -- Lb. .25c MEAL or GRITSVegetables

: RUPTURE! Fresh feats l\lcGrath' 5 Ibs. .. .19c

Fancy Ira nLIlIA
No, 2 Cans
II. M. 8IIEVNAN, widely know Fresh Green Fresh Creamery
expert *f Chicago, will personally 2 for .. _ _15c RICE
be at the MeAlllal Hotel Miami, BEANS ROLL BUTTER
WedMniUy Tha allay and Friday 5 Ibs. oo22cs.
Kellogg's . .
only, Martin I. 10 and 11, from 9 .oo
Lgh'to4p.Ins. 2 Ib .... ..19c Lb .... ..---.35c CORN FLAKES Red Cross .

Mr. Shevnan lay: The Zoetlc 2 pkgs. ..15c
Shield la a tremendous improve- Long Tender Dixie Bouillon Cubes
ment over all former methodj,effecting -

immediate rciulta. It will MARGARINE & 3 for . .25c
1 not Obit hold the rupture perfectly CELERY APPL B TIER .
ly but increase the circulation, .
. strengthens the weakened 2lbs. 5e
t parts .h._ Walker Austex
: : J8.oz. jar --19c
. thereby closes the opening In tendayi Stalk __.... ...9c .
on the average cue, regardLless
Branded Western Chili Con Carne
of heavy lifting, straining or MONARCH
any petition the body may Illume ROUND
no matter the size or location. A Crisp STEAK CORN Large can ._ _24c

nationally od. No arrangement under known straps aclentific and! or absolutely cumbersome meth-- LETTUCE Lb. .. . .29c No. 2 can 2 WOMENNEMEnd for 27c Ponca

no medicines or medical treatment Monarch
*. 2 heads Branded Western NOODLES
large 15c
...._. Telephone Peas
Mr. WwniU tin t* aM t* *
MlkMt ........
All 1441 N. RICHMOND *T, CMnn.n CIIUCK ROAST No. 2 15c 5 oz. pk. 3 for 25c
u mm Mitouai M t H. *Mbr, can... \
. aat.aa ........ wpnt , or Beets
Ib .......... 23C
Lady Grace

2 Ig. bunches 15c Sliced Breakfast Sweet Mix


Nancy Hall Quart .'. .25c ,
lb.. ....-. ... 35c 4
PlumbingInstallations Sweet Potatoes Heinz
Fresh Pork
5 lbfi! % ...oo19c RICE VA
Shoulder Roast
/ I
Lb. ... .22c
i -.oo 2 .23c
: Repairs I Golden Ripe pkgs. .

;1 c and Septic TankConstruction BANANAS PICNIC HAMS Gauze Bathroom PAPPY


31b s. .n..__ 10c Lb .. .. .. .. .19c 4 for ..25cWinesap
and ServiceSEE _. .

.Cooking Fresh Franco American 8 01. Jar....14c ;

Extra Selects -

W.H.BOOTH. 5 Ibs. ..... .. .25c Quart .. ____ 75c 3 caps .27c 16 01. jar..24c

N. B. <
Tender Green Local Fresh Dressed ;
CRACKERS 5 Ib all....79c2lbse

Opposite FJ3.C. Depot .. .. _lSC lb. ..nnn.. 35c 2 for .. _25c

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