The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00165
 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 11, 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
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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: UF00087294:00165
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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FREIGHT HIKE I Building Of 1939. Talked for Festival by C.of C.,!i NETS 40 PER Only 194, aa ReregisteredHere 13 Days Remain I 207WINGTO

II A move toward a permanent 1 I With only It more days left In I

EXPECTED structure land District to house Fruit the Festival annual Red was I\ CENTA10REON ,some which Redland to register District in the voters prtciorta ere,j CAST VOTES IN ;

I meeting Red-
hinted at a of the ,
1 I making themselves eligible to!
District Chamber of Comment
land I vote in the May 3 and May 24 primaries .
Wednesday night when an and others are lagging. I
x took Informal discussion of the festival Mrs. Mildred E. Caves, rcglstra-
place. I lion deputy at the Chamber oil I
When George W. Turner Jr, Commerce Homestead reported 1 _

1. C. C. Decision Will Add president the members, called teemed for to suggestions agree that Grower Ships Ripening I yesterday that 104 voter had Biennial Election Mon

Five Per Cent to Costsof II' plans for a fair next year shouldbe Fruit by Express in i IX istered Myers la, who Precinct 1. In 72.charge Mrs.of re'.1 day to See 2 Ticketson

Shipping begun Immediately Accordingto 10 lb. Cartons I I county registration book Ballot])
the discussion It Is
as soon as Precinct 73, reported PI ,.
definite that there will be
I a fair Uoni at her Office in Florida City I THREE OFFICES ARE
MAY INCREASE PRICEOF premium bate will be made and 'DUMPING OF GREEN
Other deputy registration officers -
I art: Precinct 68 I. J. Leggett -
begin to plan their entries early
at his store In Goulds; Precinct
The possibility for much larger Stiling and Silverman inMavor's
(9, Mrs. Martha Cunninghamat
Would Add More Than $20 and better competitive community Special Package Rate Expected
her home at Silver Palm drive Race ; Clerk and
to Cost of exhibits pf native products I Before Present
Getting Car I and Newton road in Silver Palm, Marshal
1 OpposedTwo
; of Potatoes? Here was pointed out Season Ends Precinct 70, A. W. McVlcker at
......- I If a fair building were constructed his store in Princeton; Precinct 71, Florida
it should be useful all hundred seven
The decision' of the Interstate year as a community house. One of South Cade's oldest tomato I J.Redland W. Campbell road and at bit Bauer residence drive In at City voters have registered for

commerce commission to allow growers, John O. Williams, Bedland. the town election: Monday, March

railroads to increase freight rates again leads In the development ofa i All voter in Florida must rt. 14, when officials for the comingtwo

win add five per cent to the shipping IULS.VINS FIRST new method of handling, toma register in the new book Instituted yean will be selected. The

cost of Redland District ; sine the poll tax was abolished. candidate are: ,

> fruit.and vegetable producers and GAME OF STATETOI1RNEYBY4120 toes.He has now developed and and For Edward mayor!Stiling.Morris SUvermsa '\

probably win result also in higher, brought to perfection a method SUSPECTED FIRE For clerk: Mrs. Alma DUMP ,

| prices for fertilizer, seed and of handling which 'Is proving highly and Mrs Flora D. Myera.I }
Other farm essentials. I beneficial to him. He uses I For marshal; William J. Gee ,

It 4s estimated that the added Homestead Hick ecen beat small pasteboard cartons that hold SETTER FREED AS i,ronlmo and Rudolph Matison. ,.
approximately tea pounds of tomatoes -
For councilmen (IIv.n0 be
cost will pnnnellon by s seen tf 41
average 11} car for l
I I and ships these boxes by chosen): L. R. Becker. Chance B.
potatoes and tomatoes It Sf I* their first run In the i EVIDENCE LACKS
when they fast express to the northern Clinton L. O. Cloninger, J. H
state tournament at Galnes '
art tent to northern market ket centers. m.r-I T. Paul Haley F. B. Leto.
villa yesterday alae
Mon than $20 may t>e added to They were scheduled:to gt The tomatoes for this I ;; ; I Inger Alonso Lewis, R. W. Mul-
the shipping cut of each car of II A woods along Farm Life:
Into the quarter-final against (must be picked four or five days line, Roy Nclll. B. B. Pullen. W.
'i potato beginning-seed of arriving the here at the JUelroM all p. an Xbeatml- I before color shows. They can not I road in the vicinity of EpmortI F A Robertson, J. F Rohrer M. 1

plantingseascimFertilizer finals an set for today and bt colored successfully in a pack.4JA I drive was extinguished yesterday E. Sever and J. H. Simmons
and all other
eit tftv final atecUoas tor.the alas &* & lMim AU d the candidates were nomtoatsd .
i. -wtenttabwill cost becaute-tharpfy"of-the rncremt new ruling in, f-rh mi>Mo WJF.IU. be made l. Sa4r aifflft ground. Mr. MSover methods One group
growers Homestead fire
prophesy.Because and the department
an acre of ground on the headed by present Mayor Silver-
the growers here are The HomesteW baaketball team east front which he Is using for a man, was nominated at a meeting
shipping perishable commoditiesand which won the .eJchth'l district B large ripening plot He has already A thorough /Investigation by Mr. of 17 voters In the town hall
the consumers will not pay tournament title In a close battle I shipped over sixty thousandof Roberts did not reveal the cause on the Craning of Friday Feb. 18.
more for winter vegetable and with Lake Worth Saturday, is these packages and will probably of the fire, Frank Irwin fir warden It Includes: Mrs. Alma Doxsee for
fruits than they art paying, the seeking the state championship atGainesville ship that many more from reported. ,, clerk Rudolph Mattson for marshal -
added Cost will necessarily: be absorbed this week. Florida this season. He ships this The search ,far a ftp, .ig who ; stud L. O. Cloninger, J. H.
by the grower. Luther The Growers defeats Lake type of package from South Carolina has been setting fire In and near Dixon, F B. Lelninger, Roy Null,
Chandlery grower and packer, Worth, 35-33 after trailing them also.This groves has gone Into weeks. An B. B. Pullen, W. F A. Robertsonand
pointed out In the first half In the elimination I method of handling should l elghteen.year-old boy was questioned J. II Simmons for councilmenThe
All the details of the 200 page game with Pompano Fri. prove highly beneficial to the in the office of Sid. L. Ken- other group headed by
decision handed down by the day they led all the way and smaller grower says Mr. Williams I drlck, Justice of the peace, this Edward Stiling for mayor, dr-
commission art not yet known downed them with a score tf 31 (Continued on Page Four) week, but of more than six witnesses ulated a petition which they filed
here. The railroads weft grant to 21. They romped over Jupiter examined none was an with 44 signatures of voters on
ed a general freight Increase of High School Friday, 51-3. eye-witness, and the boy was .reI the afternoon of Feb. 18. This
10 per cent, but agricultural products The Homestead team was seeded I leased. ticket includess besides Mr. Billing
along with bituminous and second in the selections of BIG VOTE NEEDED .fJ'l Flora D. Myers, for clerk;

lignite coal and Iron are partially favorites for the B tournament. Tower and Steps in flans William J. Geronimo for marshal;
exempted. Cross City was first; Avon Park,TO INSURE MOREREPRESENTATION 'I and L. R. Becker. Charles B. Clinton
third; and Eustls, fourth. The To Beautify Cemetery T. Paul Haley. AlonM: Lewis,
Kirby Thanks City Dads idea of two tournaments Instead II! R. W. Mulllns, J. F. Rohrer and
of one was instituted this season Beautification of the rock pit In! M. E. Sever for councilmen,
For Aid With Festival The A tournament includes schools I( Palm Cemetery, Naranja. will
with more than 17S boys and the begin within the next few weeks!
behalf' I REPORT
In the Redland District B tournament is limited to those The Redland District Lions Club with the Homestead Future Farmers FISCAL
Chamber of Commerce, Thos. schools with less than 175 boys. will work toward 100 per cent'I! following landscaping plans I: f .
E. registrations of eligible voters in which were approved by the SHOWS BONDED
Kirby, city councilman and
First "Family Ticket" this area as a result of an appealmade South! Dade Garden Club at its
treasurer of the chamber, thanked Movie Slated by P.-T. A.I to them Tuesday night by meeting in the cemetery Monday
:Mayor Tom Harris, the Thomas J. Kelly, commander of afternoon. DEBT HALF PAID ,"
The first of of four W. Seeds Post American I
tither Homestead councilmenand a series movIng Harvey Many of the senior vocational

Gordon Ivey, municipal light picture programs will be l1the Legion, In Miami. agriculture students submitted The fiscal report of Mrs FloraD.
and water superintendent Mon en by the Homestead P-T. George Cooper Lion president,: plans for the work and the garden Myers. Florida City clerk and
day night for their co-operation school' auditorium next Friday I appointed a committee to study club members selected those
the town
treasurer, approved by
in making the Redland District Mar. 18, both afternoon and the situation and to formulate a drawn by Leon Chamblis They council Tuesday night reveals that

fruit Festival a success Jut week. night similar '-plank for increasing the call for t tower in the exact center since September, 1935, Interest
The settlement of texts on property Family tickets entitling all registration In this community.: It with steps encircling It. Flagstone coupons in the amount of 14,009
members of to admissionto
that has been excluded from a family iKluded: Carl Wagner Rev. C. N. walks will lead to the sides
and 20 bonds totaling $10,000 have
the entire series will be sold for
the City will be investigated! by a Walker, Charles Pratt, John NeaL. of the pit at right angles to the been redeemed as tax. payments.Two .
dollar each. TrWy-may be obtained
committee including Ira C. Haycock from the teachers or from sit and A. C. Easton. tower. There will be a border of of these bonds, amounting Ito

city attorney Frank B. Rut Mrs. A. F. Arthur moving picture Meeting later this week, the palms and other shrubs lining the $1,000, have been redeemed!
and Mt. Kirby.J. chairman, Mrs. Ben Archer ,committee decided to assign each I sides of the rockpit and grass In during the past fiscal year leaving -
to those Lions living within the area between the border and
O. Preston, Dade County president, or any of the other P.-T. the town's outstanding bond
toning director, submitted a program A. members. The admission, it to encourage individuals to I the tower. debt totaling only 111,000.
of his work near the city charge for a single show will be register "Wv want to make it The report shows that cash receipts
limits to the council 'Mr. Kirby,. fifteen cents for adult and ten clear," Mr. Wagner said, "that the 'TilE WEATHER totaled 1270414 and disbursements
B. W. Morris and E. C. Chronister cents for children."Trailing Lions Club is In no way concerned totaled $2387.2

were appointed to work with him. the Killer", an epic with how they vote or whom they Offldol womb .. of A. "we"PROs. Receipt for the year were as
Mayor T. J Harris recommend (Continued on Page Three) vote for; we are Just attemptingto .....e ....... a.-w1. r........ follows: taxes, 1204.82; mayor'scourt
ed that tM license on electric: get 100 per cent of the people IU.84; licenses, $6950; r
phonographs be Increased to $35 V FATHER DIES out. We feel that it win be of IN" IMa.M1a; Bal.' mats sanitation, 14300; sale tax certificates
material advantage to the Bed Mar. 4 ___ I 15 220.52; Dad County
each. The council approved and Mr* (:h... Turner received \\15 10.081 l
scheduled the $35 license to go word yesterday of the death of her land District"Mr. 51ar. 5 ._._ I 55 ..73Mar. road fund. $121,26.Disbursements .
into effect Feb. 1, >.3.. W. It. father, William Richardson Kelly In his talk Tuesday 6 ; :: 156 l : general expenses
,Bird was added to the license com Baltimore, Md. Mr. Richard xi night Included exercising of the Mar: 7 : ; 58 30.21 1101404; electricity I54t.. ,
mittee. Other members art Mt. has visited Mr. and Mrs. Tat *r right to vote in the essentials of .Mar. I __ 1. 18 I 5. 3O.J0 43; sanitation. $734.97; office,
Haycock, Mayor Harris and JT. O. here several times during 111 past peacetime patriotism. "Tbt rea- Mar. 9 _..._ I 180>> 64 ,,10.28\\ $25.U- fire. $20.00. police, $0.70; a
Wynn. few years. (Continued on Page Four) 1 Mar. 10.. 64 (Continued on Page Eight)



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( Page Two THE LEADER ENTERPRL Friday, March I

I P..T. A meeting-tonight ,I tint grade have

PROMINENT MEN !class .ajcJJed the two lesson thai t'ty Dutch border

Mr*. Gallaher gave last week or.I' period. They are

IN WOMANLESS HOMESTEAD SCHOOL NEWS the binding of book and it haiordered bf Monroe who I*

some material with which I after a three-week

BT NEtLA SAULS to bind book rence Simpson,

WEDDING MAO The elementary pupils haw Marian Anderson :
i landBarbara Home, Connie sick list this week.
HONOR ROLL been busy working on the operetta
Campbell low Gypsi HowardFirat
I" ; "Little Black Sambo", whichwas : Mrs. Edward is
Many prominent citizen of the Twelfth grade high, Peggy grade high Bobby Delta given in the auditorium last that several of her

Redland District will take part Allen, Alta Webster Cecelia Har- Phena Rose Alfonso, Fay CaP- night are absent this
In "The Womanless Wsddlng" to linger Ray Caplingte- Virginia
per, Eugene: Scherr: low Mary E. the illness.
be staged Wednesday, Mar. '0, In Kyle: Trance Lett. Esther Pope, Nixon Ettelle Faircloth; low. The elementary grade and

the Redland school auditorium under Nella Saul, Evelyn Pope, MarJorie Donald Cann, Jack Morris Joe faculty had their picture made

the sponsorship of the Red- Redd, Motley Sever, Ellen ,SUvestrt this week. For results
land Parent-Teacher Association. Mr*. Webb' class 1* sorry that
ValID Nina Pearl Bush, Wlllela I Enterprise
. Mr*. J. M. Brown will direct Bullard, tva Dyal Eloise (]oq- Last Thursday was "skip" day Harry: Simpson I* ilL

the event The actor and their man, Marjorie Moser, Norma Cost- for the senior They enjoyed; Ben Bechdol brought his Scout

part are a* follow: W. O. Tal- man, Effi Booth WiUard Norman a trip down to Royal Palm Park I(I flag to Mrs. Fifleld'i class Tuesday

bott, minister: D. E. Bathor bride; Wade Smith. Class pin for the seniors arrived morning. They will be used BILL'S

Al Jot Hickson, Tuead. Work the senior in their unit of communication.
Borgardt groom; Eleventh grade-high, Madge on
matron of honor; John M. Brown Lucille West play was begun the first of this A. B. Dlrlckson hal withdrawnfrom
Thompson, Virginia
best man; W. E Rheney, maid of Truitt Bullard Howard week. The play la entitled "Girt Mr*. Dyt' fourth grade and >
Dorsey ,
honor Torbert and George their ha entered the Belle Glade school
; Ton Shy" The seniors took
William Edna
Lamb McMichael
Cooper bridesmaids; W. Iton. placement test Wednesday of this The pupil started on their new So. Rooms Ate
Booth, Barbara Jane Burke, Marcia -
fourth trade reader this week.
father H. H.
the bride'i ; week.
Cauzeni low Harvey Rue
Graham, the bride' mother; Cur. Elizabeth McIlwain; Louis Pacettl The high school band played This room 1* very attractively (Opposite

tie Lee, the groom' mother; John Ballaro. several number at the operetta decorated with new Dutch and
Mary Hall)
B. Graham and ;Jack Turner last of.March borders. Charley Goff 1*
a night, under the direction
Tenth Eunice
grade high "
art of twin; Walter Moody nurse; Mrs. Margaret Mill There hat 'on the kick listMiss
Walker Elwin Cooper, Henry Dod
W. L Flsk, ring bearer; Horaceldlth.II been one addition to the band,! Ray' class I* glad that IS
ton, Mildred Field, Edith Becker; able to be back In
Margl Pye *
train bearer Walter trumpet
Martin who
: Harry play a -
low, Herbert Booth, Rachael Cosi-
and Shorty Pickering, The band will also for school after a three-week IUn ...
Thompson play
man, Joe Plche, Jud Plche, W. D. All
Mary Sincore Bobby Morgan Open
flower girl he high school assembly next
A group of relative who wit- week. |are out this week because of Ill-
Ninth Lester
grade high Ar.
ness the wedding ceremony will Pres1ton The art classes are making silhouettes ness.
'cMr. Jamie Richards; low The rhythm band In Mrs. Thur- lost Another
be M. A. Baker a farmer; Casper on mirrors. ,

Williams, a country man; Dan Bird Edwin Booth Carmella Mrs. Field substituted Tuesday)man's room i* going to play Tear
Tabone, Jack McMichael Elbert for J
Williams, I email boy; and Charles I' .In the absence of Mrs. Gladys i several numbers at the P.-T. A.
West, Constance Hunter, France
Its member will
meeting tonight
Cox, Charles Turner, Charles Webb. I
Lamb Doris Warr! I
Ooley, J. P. Dye, Arthur Hemming,"' We are very glad that two of the]wear blue and white uniforms We Appreciate '
Eighth high Jo
grade Mary '
Charles Behrent, Clinton Pepper, seniors, Harriet Mitch and Wll made by the sewing unit of the
I Close, Waves Httfto, Edna Booth,
Jack Polk, Raymond Burr, I. O. lela Bullard, were not hurt seriously' WPA. Tommy Drawdy I* director 1
Ralph Dellinger, LaMar Dlckln- and Mr*. Mill I* pianist
Carl Hobson and Carl
Leggett, ; in the accident which occurred -
ion EsthetJELackec; low Lewis This class has ordered $1I.00 worth
Llndgren.Cart in Redland last
Faker, Mildred Batt, Lois Tar-: : I
of library book and 1 is anxiously
will dance and J. .
Wagner Rutland was In charge of, AND
i penter, Yvonne Pollard, Evelyn
Q. Caldwell and D. R. Snyder willing the assembly program Wednesday waiting for them. I
Sykei; Carol Walker, Kathryn -I The pupil In Miss Jackson'sThis
to piano acompaniment by ;Freeman. morning. She Introduced

Dr. Carl J. Robinson.The guest of the morning, Mrs. Forest *
Seventh grade high, Carl
musical accompanimentwill I who played a piano solo and
Alexander Dorothy Moon, Ath-
be furnished by the Kitchen made an interesting talk on char REDLAND CAFE
ley Kemp, France Rutland, Hilda i
Include I
Cabinet Orchestra which scter development during
I Dodson, Ms vis Watts; low, Dorothy
Mrs. Carl Wagner Mr*. Tom Tor- the student sang "America" and MaL A. NABOBS Free, 9 9I
1 It Sullivan. Elizabeth: Buck, Mil-
bert Mr R. Y. Burr Mrs. Walter gave the pledge to the flag. The, .ID"I
I ton
Hunter Virginia Hobson Mary
Thompson, Mrs. D. R. Snyder, 'spirit of Mr*. Forest' talk may,' DINNER Mo PLATE ..
I IVw.n. E. Dearing June Cheshire. I
Mrs. Charles Ooley. Mrs. Flora be summarized In the title of two,
Sixth grade high, Shirley
Mr rW,.. J. *
Sally peeler which she quoted, Betnej
Smith t
Esther Knight June Vann,
L Scott Mrs. C. E. Efchenberger.Mrs. ; Best of Whatever You Are" and' \

George W. Draggers' Eunice ,tommy Clarice Dodson Harris.; low, AMa. Conner,,' "Success". Mrs Forest also : I.

Creer Margaret Behrcna, Pat gave two humorous readings, "An-
Fifth grade high Anne Rheney. -
Bonds, Margaret Daniels, Mary gelina Take a Ride" and "Uncle"
Elizabeth Peterson, Margaret
WenTalbott and Ruth Russelt : Josh Having His Picture .Made". ,
Booth, Harry: Bishop, John Taylor I
The "wedding" is planned toraise Eloise, Norma, and Rachael Coalman ..'
I Dorria Ada Dodson; low, Margaret! )
funds to replace basketball I Caruth n.Fourth sang "Moonlight and Roses"and
equipment that was stolen recently I "Can't You Hear Me Calling.)
grid high, Ernest
from the athletic of "
department Caroline, accompanied at the
I Roberta, Suzanne Brown; low,
the school. piano by Mr*. Mills. Alta Web-
I Louise HowelL
iter and Nina Pearl Bush played*
Third grade high Donaldtfeeley I
BREAKS ARM I two violin numbers, "To a Wild!IROM"
Winifred Danzey, James I
C. E. Craig, who I* employed at 11 Brown Gene Reynolds, Barbara and "Drink" to Me Only

the J. W Campbell packing house ,,Jean Smith. Barbara Wakefield. With Thine Eyes, acompanled
by Mrs. Mills. Willard Norman!
at Gould, suffered a broken arm Second grade high, Jtyty
I solo.
played a trumpet
while he was loading crate on a'l 1 Irene Simmon's,' before Kayne,.. -

truck this week. The arm wa 1 Louise: Williams, Thomas Dolar. Mr*. Wynn's; sixth grade will I

act at the Post Graduate hospital 'Thelma Chlnners, Elena Strick sing two Italian folk tong at the'

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BIRD CHEVROLET ture film which shows the lifecycle from the Caves building to the Miss Delia WoodwardDies .ml hospital it the age Of II Monday -
of the common ant, and former telephone exchange on I .t a result Clf burnt suffered
three other one-reel films not yet I N. W. First street In the. Odd of Severe Burns when her clothing caught fire at
OBSERVES12THANNIVERSARY selected will complete the pro Fellows building I I her home In Sliver Palm March 1.
gram. Moved there, also Is the Pioneer Funeral services were conducted She was born in Silver Palm
The other shows will be given Appliance Co. of which Mr.I for Miss Della Woodward *t She leaves her father and mother h
on Apr. IS, 22 and 29."LIttle Kendrick Is manager On displaywill i the Silver Palm Community: Mf,and Mrs Bert Woodward, {
Men" Is the feature for the Apr. be a full line of 1938 Apex I Church Wednesday afternoon I by: and three brothers, Edward and
I IS program. refrigerators, washers and Ironers the Rev. T. H. Norton pastor Henry of Silver Palm and Russell
The Bird Chevrolet Company; and gas washers for farm use Mia Woodward died In I Mi- ,of Daytona Beach. Burial was .
Is celebrating Its twelfth anniversary Chain Store Campaign The winner of the Apex cleaner In Palm Cemetery Karanjs. la I
as a Chevrolet dealer this given away at the Redland District to sale the the Turner funeral
Helping Potato Prices to on at end of this 'charge of \
month. It has the distinction "f
Fruit Festival last week was week. Home. {L
beta| one of the oldest Chevrolet ---- Mrs. O. Slaughter of Jacksonville, I {
dealer In the state and the oldest The concerted drive which was 'Fla, Mr. Kendrick announces. ___ 1\
on the East: Coast of Florida begun by: the National Association ;

The company was formed in of Chain Stores about two weeks Christian Union PlansFatherandSon CHRISTIAN SCIENCE t
March ago to feature new potatoes and SOfIETY ,
1926 by: Preston B. Bird I
and for several years was farther put them Into consumption is Supper
north on Krome avenue, movingto just now having Its effect, Luther FLORIDA CITY FLORIDA t
its present location In 1928. Chandler. potato grower and packer Real and borrowed sons will be
W. R. Bird, now head of the concern who was Influential in instituting guests or V* Redland District Announces a > t tI
came to Homestead In December the drive said yesterday Mens Union at Its father and son I
1928 and has been theactive John A. Logan of Washington, dinner Friday. March 211, in the
I executive vice-president of the American hall. Free Lecture on Christian ScienceBY
head of it since 1934, when Legion I
: association la in charge of the There will be fish and
Preston B. Bird, his brother, retired a fry a
and sold out his Interest, campaign which Is helping South general meeting with an outstanding ,
due to 111 health. Dude growers to dispose of their speaker and an entertaining

now The are officers W. R. Bird of ,the president company F.T. '. crop.J...E. Davis and R. J. Marshburnof program.The board of directors met In! CHARLES V. WINN, C. S. B. t
Miami are in charge for the
: Chamber (Commerce
Suber. vice-president, James the o building '
Florida division of the chain store Member of The Board of Lectureship of The Mother ChurchThe I
night to the event
L. Bird, secretary, and E. E. Bird Monday plan
treasurer Dick Bird, as w. association They have advertised Albert Caves, president, appointed Fin Church of Christ. Scientist, la Boston. Massachusetts I
the new potatoes in 23 Flor-
Bird Is more familiarly R.I ida committee members as follows: t
has been active in civic newspaperg."They have the program committee, George Swan IN HOMESTEAD SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
helped situation
ever since coming to Homestead and W. M. FIfield, ticket committee -
and we appreciate It, Mr. F W. Stillman and George
He was secretary and then president Chandler said.Kendrick HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA
of the Lions Club, when It Frick; supper committee. W. H.
(Continued on Page Four) Sheffield. Albert Caves George
Moves Office Afternoon Mar. 13 at 3:15 r
Cooper W. E. Rheney; and J. I* Sunday ,
P.-T. A. MOVIE And Pioneer ApplianceSidney Burton. I ,I,
I The directors will meet again YOU AND .yot:& FRIENDS ARE CORDIALLY INVITED
I T Kendrick, Justice of I March 21 to perfect final plans for I" 'I
Continued From Page One)
( the peace, has moved his office the dinner. Tickets are expected t
of Americas untamed wilds with

mountain lion, a III .... . ..... ,, ,,., ... .. .. .. .. .... ,,,..
a police dog a ; IIOIWI OIOIOIIOIOII.IUlIiOi. 0111 "" "' """""''' '''''''''' '''' '''''''''' ''''''' '''''''''''''''' ''' ''' ''''''''' i
wild cat and a panther In the the ; <
leading roles, is the feature pic-

ture"Panicky for Pup next" Fridays a cartoon program comedy 112 Years of ;

."Battle of the Centuries," a na- Progress

j .ter : I

RUPTURESHIELD 1 12 years of satisfied customers : :

E. J. MEINIIARDL EXPERT HERE WELL! ;j ': :--12 years of friendly and helpful service i :

WILL *FR oNMi.r HE IN MARCH 1926..MARCH 1938
MARCH lust lltlh AND

MOORS Mr.' Melnhardl'AaJFULLT.says: ,"I have :
; .
been coming here for fifteen year ; --l:
during which time thousands of .:
Ruptured Men have come to me. UNION ,
and talk
You are Invited to come

with above me stated privately hours and during I will give the .' Western Union MZE 1181 NL 6 EXT1 .-Jacksonille, Fla., Mar. 3

you valuable information, without ; Bird Chevrolet Company-W. R. Bird ,,,,.
charge (Only men are Invited.) '" '"
Homestead Fla. ., .
This visit Is for white people only --- :
"My Rupture' Shield contracts Please accept our heartiest congratulations tm your twelfth anniversary .

the opening and produces Imme. as a Chevrolet dealer. It is with deepest gratitude that I thank .

diate results of size on or the location averageregardless and no you on behalf of our entire organization for the fine contribution you

matter how hard ;you work or have made to Chevrolet over this period of years. Our greatest friends' : [

strain (No leg straps or cumbersome are our dealers and you and your organization$ have proved yourselves

"My arrangements Rupture Shield) Is water- : to be among our finest associates. Thank you again and I hope we may

proof and may be worn while be together many more years.D. .

bathing It may be removed at F. Adderhold, Zone Manager Chevrolet Motor Division,
night or worn continuously '
longer desired" Jacksonville Zone, Jacksonville, Fla.
Caution: Beware of Imitators I
have no Representatives Remember .
name Thank you, Mr. Adderhold; we feel the slime toward you and .

LEGAL NOTICE : your organization

THE OlDER(IRCI'IT FOR TOURT H.III.ICATIONIN ELEVENTH: : To our customers, who are also our friends, We feel that we have materially aided in

1DiriAL FLORIDA. riRCt IN fHANCIRTCM IT DAM.COUNTY, we extend our heartiest thanks for the conthe growth of Homestead and the Redland Dis- ;

010. WHirM.NO. SIM OWI.IMM. M. > tinued business they have been giving us during trict by our contribution of over $200,000.00 paid

CIa_, In.11'IMwMi...... DtJwfcut.tt Bill ., C..I.IaLit these years. Some have bought continually out in salaries, rents, gasoline, oils, etc., over this

the kill inMriiw treed. ta kr W"' <'dnltW ph..w mw Ie* from us, some are new to us, and to all of them period of years. We feel that we have helped to f

.that.....tko...DrfnMnt. Ik* *tt....ul II. mmmitf -.II toadtt. a 1 we have had one goal in mind: "Satisfied Cusmake Homestead and the Redland District atomen"

..,..&d.... ,and II PM anM.n.w tl 76614.000, ..... so t"1'etWaI. maw- better place to live in. 1
N .. row ... .... set" atff
_. ..,..-4. _hived loa sash
u._.No'.It Ie fa sews tkmfor.MM .Ow tad.M'11 .w..r that to have the chance to live here. We are proud of he part we play: in the 1Jt) !lUdinr.o( our town. : j

MK-MMmt IMMMiM k. nt .... : :
fc konkrMulrW I. p-mr to1I111
April. A. D.
tart Mmhy the took tf
ml, MkOTriM aha .IU..tl<.. ",* MMkm 1 ;
will kt takM M M.fMM4 Vf MMIkrfdMUnl.

It k furtkw. ......... that obit ardor k.t t Bird Chevrolet Co. f
kll..lM4 ""a VM kt hi TS d-r-EiilTpriM. a Mm-
v> .
,.... ...w.gibed hi WM Co.." and ......
This Murek S. IMS.E. Homestead Florida :
of Olrciill Court.
Chmlt Court R- M IM anrr DOW Clerk : W. R. Bird, President F. T. Suber Vice-president J. L. Bird, Secretary E. E. Bird, Treasurer '
1oJ...it"., .I.,.r I PteiittirrM 11 l'. 21. .Apr.. I. 1W, j" ... 't ., ... .. .". ... ,, ,,.. .. .... .".,.. ,

"'- ,..'4_ _._ "' '' 'J'':' ''':'' ''.- Wfilf""P ".-..If.1'Friday

...' ...... .. ft--. ..... "<4> ,.... .--........ -; -1I'P" ;_ ......-:.. warVAge --rn:. -_ ..- ..- -


I Four THE LEADER.ENTERPRLSE Friday, March 11, 1938 _

,, MUTUTITIM to make the tenth pupil so they WILLIAMS ,; .
"" .
THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE 'could secure a teacher. This en- ,'

: The First Pioneer Looks Back= roUiiwmt grew. year by year and '
.. ..... Friday at Hess* .
for two room
soon had enough a
...... fla. by tile Math Ita4r.Mlahlng By Walter Thompson two story (Continued from Pan One)
; school-and finally a ,
C* building. The first floor was lie can pick Ui tomatoes approximately "

{\ BKN ARCHER _____ Editor Tab. to the fuse ekaator -V.HmpM 8, and 10 years of age on the mule used for school and the second twice a week and by packing

, MARJORIE: LEACH ARCHER ml* the SJhMr of the BWIead Utatnd"Nieh to swim the prairie and when floor for church and public gath- and handling hit own package /
WM prepared kr 1M at eoaw> of ese llmluate\ the public ":''Ji
.? __...._. A* eela" EdltMBaallec : ......* a>.arta>**l .. MM Hedlaad B'el they finally reached Cutler they ,srlngs. packing

......... TIM kook WM *>alMled mt the were ragged, dirty and exhausted. In a few years the community house txpenM.

Bore..ed a aeeeed flaw scan pa..w.d There were a few people living began to settle more quickly. Roads These tomatoes, It properly

Murk. .. Ml*. al the peel la* it MM uliw aheauea wa wrttte Wdlff.r..t there who gave them a few clothes were being built and a railroad picked and bandied will net approximately ..

.me* al Homesltad Florid. swataUM student under the aCVOrrlelelf through. People began to forty per cent more r
Htm Bllaar l>ayaa, bMtaKter. and hate. After this brief respite, tame I
act .( Maxell I. 117s._ they beaded for Miami. realize that there was a future to than the tarn type of fruit placed

y The beginning of the develop. It divided Into green In lugs, Mr. Williams says

, ..,... FKICE 'I." A TRAIL ment of the Redland District dates It was a year before my grandfather communities this country., each soon with an Incomeof The tomatoes to be shipped In

back to the year el 1893 1898, vr mentioned this country sort and each with small these small container muit be

In those early days to anyone. But after a time some from the
and 1900. picked up dally shaded
section was
school In each *
BIRD CHEVROLETContinued h* began to talk aout coming hereto
termed "Hunt
this country was was1 too far for many of tilt children area Just ai they arc breaking
( ers' Paradise" as the woods were settle a homestead, and It wild woods to color and must be handled with
walk the
to through
full of all wild life such a* deer, early In 1900 that they did come care to that upon arrival In the
( From Page Three) and take a homestead of 180 Silver Palm My grandfatherwas
located In Homestead hasserved panther, oppossum, racoon, squirrels up trustee of the Silver Palm market they arc one hundred percent
was built cabin and
They log
quail, and many other bird .ern. ripe and one hundred per
In the
president ot the chamber school from the start
as Hunters roamed these lands and planted tomatoes the first year consolidated cent perfect, and It this li done
of commerce president ot the and In order tar transport them years of 1916-17 a
spent much time here bunting they will command the highest
library board master ot the Masonic I school was built which is our
north they had to haul the tomatoes -
Lodge and consul command gam It so happened that mj present Redland School and of possible price. There li a reason ':'

grandfather Mr. A. C. Oossman to Cutler to be shipped on disbanded tor this. Many of the growers ottomatoea :.
er of the Woodman Lodge. He tours all theme small school
the boat. However luck was
was often one of a party on those In this section do not
Is now a member of the city council with them and they mad some and the pupils were transported .ii
hunting tripe and really learned to Redland School. realize that approximately forty

to like the quietness and sport money. This encouraged them per cent of all the green torna
Mr. Suber has been Identified' and their friends seeing that Mr. Drake built a saw-mill at
that b* found here.It toes leaving Florida in lugs are
; with automobile circles for a number .i they had prospered decided to Princeton and thereby solved the
was fall of 1898 when he persuaded waited-discarded and dumped. 'i
of and has been In charge here and take homesteadtoo. lumber problem. There were no
years, his wife my Grandmother come a I Of course, the grower must pay i
roads there were only paths that
Fort ;
of dealerships In Homestead .
Cowman, to come with him and packing freight and commission
In the
went from house to house
Myers and Orlando. their three ions for a week ot It was during that year that my beseen :ion all this discarded fruit Byusing
smoothest spot*. Some can
James L. Bird came here threeor
hunting and camping. grandfather hauled logs to Miami this small pasteboard Carton
In the woods. The
tour years ago and has been They were living In Miami .t and brought lumber back to today and by ripening these tomatoes

active In the company ever since build the first house. The old only means ot transportation was
that time and were compelled to before they are shipped all

Other members ot the compaft)'. travel either by foot or In a wagon house still stands, only more has mules and wagons, but as roads the of this expense Is saved.

personnel are George Murray from Cutler they had nine been aded to It. country developed straight The greatest handicap In dealIng .
built. In order .to have
ot the sales department, L mules, one wagon, and supplies My grandfather and grand were with this method has been
' roads built the pioneers had to
B. Disaster, who has been for a week's camping.! }However mother were the first to homestead the excessive rate charged by: the
rock for road beds. M
sine 1928 M. dig )
with the company ; there was not one road or trail to this country. The next railway express agency. Mr. Williams .

: T Klnner, shop foreman; PitsPosey follow, to with 'iompass, grandfather was Will Anderson. Each year grandfather owned the first Sliver and has been trying for five year
blacksmith at
mechanic; A. L. Campbell walked ahead and blazed more and more homesteader only shop to have a package rate established :I.

and John Adams, porter. pine trees to map a road which came and most of them stayed, Palm for many years. He also throughout the southeastern state

Mr. Bird estimates that during ,built the first telephone system
his wire and sons could follow their principal source of Income to take care of the fruits and vegetables
the twelve It has been established through the country and operated
years with the wagon. Then It took three, being tomatoes. It was two yearsbefore which many of the small
the has pale :it, with much cost, to neighbor ,7
company days to com here from Miami, my grandmother saw an. growers would like to ship In
out In salaries, rent, gas ells, etc and finally sold It '
They set up camp where my hoUlt I other white woman and during small containers throughout the 1.
I It 1904 when the tint train
all of which has was
over 200000.00 happens to be at present and enjoyed this period my mother was born. (!North. Such. a package rate hat ,
to this Prom that
I been spent here In Homestead hunting until It began to], She was the first white child born cam country. been promised and should be In '
this end of Dade County has I
: The company baa been through rain. It rained for a week and I in South Dade County south of time effect before the season ends. He
all of the hurricanes and been developing very fast-many
j crop Cutler. believes that It such .
filled all the glades to overflow firmly a package
. failures sine 1928 and even with beautiful houses, mile of paved
Ing and thereby the hunter wr< The first school wa at Silver rate Is established express
and of truck
the automobile strikes which have roads, avenues acres
cut off from habitation. The!r Palm where Mr*. W. W. Cunningham trains will soon be making a 36- 1
hit the Industry now and then It farms orchards, large groves,
supplies and I hour delivery of these fancy
were nearly gonethey now lives. The first
still has been able to keep on serving parks, churches and many places
did not know when It wouldstop I school house was built of logs with fruit and vegetables. northern
the public. for recreation. ,
raining to set out for, market.
; they palmetto thatched root and bad

The mechanical department Isorganizedunder Miami with Just one mule. Incidentally an enrollment of ten pupils. My Next week::Thi Early Days I
trained Chevrolet
they walked. mother now Mrs Walter Thompson sf RedUad- ky Elisabeth Haln. '
mechanics to live tilt maxImum
They put the boys who were 6. was sent at the age of five
service that a customer expects T"J i For

when h* come Into the shopto BaM tar Mrtlflcaua tocctkey With all

have repair made. Factory tools sshsq_e emitted or ....... as" well homl. NOTICI 0V APPLICATION FOR
LIONSContinued .. she hteh..a hWar at I. exactMaw DBID I I
are used and every effort madeto ta Miami ea the Slot day of March 1'110."" I INotI.

that the job U thoroughly ISM beila.l.i al the hour of gee t'ctork .. b bony ...... that John I and
see a. m., or as none te.ree.fler M the same Alblna A. Maxwell, holders I M aailiMoal
done before It leave the shop.A ( From Page One) a., be waded a dun -- City tl Hialeah Tax certificate Num.1 i PlumbingInstallations
shop la maintainedto Dated at Miami. Florida thta the tad bond ST dated the 4th day of July. A': i
separate son for dictators Is that the dar of Marck, ISIS.C. loss MM filed MM Cortlflrato la }
take car of used car repairs. B. LIATHIRMAN.: office, and ka.* mad application tow taMod ., 1
didn't bother vote
people just
Used In Clerk. Circuit Court. to IMU thereto la aeoordanc with I ,I
cars are put perfect con
he said. Dade County Florida. .law. Bold Certificate ombraooa the fob
dition before they are offered to Circuit Court ...,. bwl.f described araporty. altuatod la
The fact that only thirty per cent By JNO FFNNO. D. C.ruhltakcd Dada Florid., to-wttl ,
the This Is In the
public. charge of the ellglbl ._eitlzens of Dade ( ..... 4. II, IS. IM INOTICI I Lot c-k SO, Htalrah Ordinal Town
of L. B. Oanzey. .1.., la tko ..
City Hialeah
County were registered/ \ In the last Bado. gas ., Florida. Repairsand
The Bird Chevrolet Companyhas OF SALE OP TAT CIRTIFI-
election he gave as tie reason that CATMAepllcaUe: .Jh.w-c..i of mid property 17ertlt/I: I
received congratulatory telegrams N. I1SS k.ood WM
from the Chevrolet headquarters his section has.Inadequate representation Notice b hereby (Icon that II... L. TBaax. urn of Unknown. ValoM Mid Septic TankConstruction .'
In the state legislatureand .Aioat af the Owner, kM tiled with .to hill ko rodoomod aocordln to law'
In Jacksonville and other me written reauecl that the ton eertlflcata ax send will cam thereon .. the ath day''
excessive share of the tax
Chevrolet dealers In Miami and an > lash with all .-.Urns omit.ted .. April A. D. INS. '
burden. ar held taxes Ineludlm the rear Baud this lad day of Man, A. D. IMSB. .

on the East Coast. Mr. Kelly revealed that Dade 1 IM?. held ky the Bute M d vert bed. and B. LRATHERMAN.ircult .
"We have always prided our. Mid to tM klthm bidder for rort M Clark .r Circuit Court. I
County has only one state senatorfor provided Dade County. Florida.
ky Chaptx ISttS of the IMI
selves on giving the most In service .. : Coun eat i and ServiceSEE
ot that Ace of the .......1. ... upon the follow.In
t population 181.000; By N. C. TERRFTT. D.0. '
and used cars, Mr. Bird said. deecrlhcd real estate ta the County of
there are only eight senators rep j Dado Slate of Finds, towttlLot (Mar. 4. II, IS, M. Apr. 1) I II
"Customer satisfaction Is what 890,000 citizens In South IS, tewm A...., to Boon Vbta. I 1I
we strive for, and w* feel to a resenting The Roam to he told ar* .......... fcy I
Florida while 30 state senators Certlllcat No. S17II af lost and rep.roMnta .
large degree that we attain our 10T1CB OP SAI.C OF TAX C8FTIPICATKS -
UM for the yean lose and 1SSI
goal. W* have always looked represent the 720,000 population ........... to till.'" |
of North Florida. The state law amid tM MrtlflratM toBcthe with all ArrtteatM No. list I I

upon our customers a* friends I require that every ten year the ............. emitted or seeking Mac will. be Notice b kerehr she, thai Hick.on .
also and try to keep them feeling cold to the klthect" kUder at the Court anal of the owner /'rlr.. with, W.H.BOOTH
the towards representation shall be reappor- House In Miami, an the Roth day of March M written ratuort thai the ton ..rtlfl1 I .
sam ,I ioned. H* called for a large IM. sectioning at IM none. af Tea e-etoek mom bur other with all subsequent. on It.:
The first Chevrolet car sold by A. M.. or as soon thereafter w the same ed or held .._ Includlae. the year IMT,
the was delivered to Dade County vote to Insure thai may be _..... a due Mid ky the state> he ............ and cold i
company a fair reapportionment I is mad In Dated at Memo J'1vW. this. she 5th a the hit-hoot bidder for each M prodded
Floy Watson and the tint Chevrolet do et March, leax by Chapter \82'". af the 11ST Act of then
truck to the W. D. Horne Co. 1940. B. tCATHERMAN.: .........". up.a the following don Ibed I
Dr. Carl J. Robinson entertainedwith Clerk Circuit Cao... real as the i County d Dade. sate
On checking back over the records Dad. County' "hU-- d; Florida, he-wits I
said a piano selection from the tClroutt Coast Dealt LM I '' so.a W. MoaaVi
sine that time
Mr'l "New World Symphony" and wltt"Argonnalse" Br JNO FFNrfO, D. C. *M. to W Mid arc nldorord ky .artifl.1 1 Opposite F.E.C. DepotSDMUCH
Bird ".* find that a from "El Cld". PublbKaS Mash ll. IS, U, loon rota No. (104 af ISM and ...._..

Chevrolet owners who purchased axes for the _PI lots to ISI7.
A profit of PUG on the Lion1 Ip.Iahw aaaal.e to *.
can In the first year are still I booth at the Fruit MOTK1I or IALI or TAI cttriri- Iwo a Blk S :; W. Mood,.1
refreshment CAT.MAsvUralloa: ..*. The loam ko
Chevrolet users, torn of them to Mid One _..
Festival was reported. The president "'.. UTSNuOeo by mrtifiaa N.. 7los of U. and
buying each year and some every: festival b Marsha draw toes H. A. Cam.r -.. tome fm the peen 1m te 111T

two or three years, but all sticking and George Turner ... acoat lor Marcuorlu A. Ckanut.kM Mill .."'..1... .--..... to Ago,". I
manager thanked the Lions who, II.... with ax written raowot .WttM 4% d NI\4 s-9 IIW" oIlIa" (1an act.1
to Chevrolet and Bird Chevrolet ., tea aortlflratol _her with all fact on Fast Red.. section II, T..lp
service. Many of them helped In the various departrMnt.Gordon ..aga.at _,'1e4 no held ... K Rase n. ....lei.. am Sam ass.OF .
Ivey and E, J. Normanwore .ladlo* the poor ISST. Mid kr IM lutoM IW The te_ a be cold ... a..
haw fleet of five or more Chevrolet presented. as new members I advortlooil end Mid to the highest bid, d..e,4 N .etlfge/a No vote d loss ...1 :
and truck" dw far cab M >.. .ldo4 kr Ckaploc goals.d new..ga loom to the Iwo .
can by tarts L. Mlddleton. Miami Lion tM IMI Ana *t the::: :poa 1-, both 1..1.' ...... amounting .
I the loJtovkw datolbM \ aM x.,. d lIa'4 01 -4 .. 461415.47. I

FINISH ROOMS County at 0.'". sea n< Ilorlda. towHlL .la .a. T.w.ahip M. ..... a9. amok.y .
TO SCHOOL LEGAL NOTICES + ia Tatooja Add. sew 1. Tko toaMto / a wean w .... T'". a
While working on the yearly M add or* widened kr oartlfkmto No.Mt lie add eN ........... by ="'0.
Wednesday the NOTICE Or flat OF TAX CBIITir,, .. IM ... roomooalai toaM for 1981 sad tvWrn..wa loam for
school budget I CATMApplkalro. she roan Ian* .o IMI, bah _... = : bah agAMAa..a:! SO LITTLEf"
Dade County School Board mad "'. MM -line to SIM.SI. law.s31lost. '

the Interior of Notfce .. awofcr .l_ Hurt A. K. WI hem, .... lal anllloaM tntolaor wllkMtomiaat .a saw Ian eerUrtntet another with all
plans to complete rrwteo, .has filed With me _,- re.uM, _(.... eo Iwi.O will heI .. ee MM emitted ar Surged tone will ho I II A
the four room that were addedto that the MM oertlfleatoa tocjether with al I 1 MM to IM kit-Mot ......... at the CourtMIUM .old a the birheN bidder a i

High School .......... omitted ar grow toMt ...ludl.e I !. Maual aa tao Out day al Marca.Its Monet In Miami. an the Both day .f'kiarck!
the Homestead the nor IHT. held by tow BUM W ad*.*, *. .......... at Ida bow at Tn .'._ 1939. kca-malni al the haw af Ten .......
last summer, Mrs. Nell C. Walker, iced aad old to she ah.h-1 BiddereMk 'al. A. M.. or M oooo tkoroartar aa tko note A. ....._*r.m none thaean.r w the va
from Homestead M pracUrd kr Chapter slaw af the may ko FMckod In duo awns may -Wle... _
school board member sell Asa of the Utfctattf .pn1 the: mew al Ftorlcb. thin UM but Mind at ....... ,...... the the Mi

reported. foI........ d..rlb.d runs mesa a w day al Martk IM day d March. lama.
The work will be don next County 01 Pede, stage .. .......... WR, B. .. UtAmMMAM' .. LUTJr&IIU.N; '
HIM TV, Cleft. Greco C-t. CIoriI
LM S. aik *, HottoiMi Circuit c..rt.C. .
summer. The board U also tryIng low to W who ore ..w..ed kr Cal. Daft Caaartr, Florida.ICrrroM laodeC..ty. these $ CI

new cafeteria forth MM N. tllll it !- and nrntntt,, Coart anal, ( ...all Count *Ml> ..., .., .... .
n a
provide Br nit). D. C.r 'I -
toMi fee IM Fears 1M to IM7 both lets By JNO. FI'NNO.' 1) e.
Redland school, she said. ......... MDMMJM to ela.N. .ala.aod Mach IU IS, tt, Published Marsh It It, lea IMS

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Friday, March 11, 1938 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pair FIve

with his mother, Mrs Virginia

t In and JlTound 11 11t Edwards.... FLORIDA CITY The Redland RattlerBY III'

Mrs, <.. W. lamnr Corresaedent SHIRLEY HARKNES9

Homestead Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rohrer \
announce the arrival of a ton at !HIGH SCHOOL HONO& 10' food chemistry and health Tues ;

the Kendall hospital on FridayMarch I' day. : \
Seventh grade high, Frieda _
4. Mrs. Rohrer and her
/! Engel Wanda Thompson, Jack
son returned to their home ban Monthly test rent too far oft I'
Mr. and Mrs. B. Graves of Mn. Selma Reitz, who under-I Wednesday. Marshall;; low, Faye Campbell, and we wonder how many teach. I .
Modello announce the birth o( a went a minor operation Marlon Edmonds, Martha January. era will pull this one. Now aU : '
son yesterday morning at the Foat Post Graduate hospital two week David Snow, Frank Snow:F. H. Olga Mint,Vera Sag,Teenlt Tor- you have to do U to look over your ;
Graduate hospital ago wa returned to her home Brockett, R. O.Desmond and Fred bert Barbara William, Charles papers carefully--end (here a .I
afternoon. I Svreetlng. Walter Kufeldt John
skeptic sneers) tee what you can
I, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Doyle of I Parlln returned Tuesday from Benson, Frank Panno. make of the picture you've been
Staten Island, N. Y., have arrive Miss Joan Kellum of Miami wa' a two-day trip to Lake Okeecho Eighth grade high, Loll Bowers drawing In.class all year"
to spend a month at their winter a guest of M'ss Geraldine Belt. be*. Nellie Cub Helen Cook.
home, "Rosemont", on Coconut over the week-end. Jeanette Cox, Theresa Daniel.
Palm drive The Ladles' Aid Society of the Mary Loll Durrett, Jewel Hodge,
Vernon Turner, a student of the Community Church met at the Ila Jean Irwin, Merle Lott, Rob-
Whitney Beam who It a stude University of Florida at Calne Shanklln home on West Pain ert Riley, Eva Roiborough, Dora
at Stetson University at DeLu vllle, spent the week-end wit! avenue. Scott, Mary Jane Turner Estella
spent the week-end with his pa- his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gee. tee, Wilbur Peeple. Blair Hick-
ent Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Beam. W. Turner, Jr. The Woman' Foreign 1Ilselon.1al'1 son. Buddy Ltndgren, Lee Glad.
Society met at the home of den H A. Amen; low, Mildred E
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Home i of Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. War the president Mrs. R. J. Shepherd ., Reams Gertrude Odom, Betty
Pensacola are visiting relatlvhere. of Fort Myer and Mr. and Mn. Tuesday.Mrs. .
Ann Marshall NalhaUnt Griffin,
They will return to their' Fred William of Jersey City K.
Loma Oosnell, Marjorie Fogle,
home In about three weeks. J, were week-end guests of Mi. J. Sick i* a guest at the
and Mr*. William Smyth of Silve home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sophia BorgardUNinth
Dr. Charles A. Sheldon cl11 Palm. SUUn,. grade high, Marjorie .
organist of Atlanta and Mi.. Lewis.Lillian Andrews, Mary Engel .
Sheldon arrived Thursday of James Helm, manager of the Little Ricky Becker, son o Wanda Sickle, John Brown
last week to visit Mr. and Mi Robert Clay Hotel In Miami, Mr. and Mn Johnny Becker, ha Jr., Harold Delaney, Graham Ale- G.eneralPublic
Julian H. Webster while 1141'. brought several friend to ,vial been ill this l week. Elroy, George Kufeldt, Bobby .
Sheldon Is recovering from a selous Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Klopp at Silver Powell, Henry Dixon; low Elizabeth .
illness. Palm Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Degler and Craft, Rayford Baxley Rex Utilities
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Backer enJoyed Romlne Dean Sickle Harold'
Dr. and Mrs. c. P. Jackson Miss Valera Fitch who Is teachIng a fishing trip on the keys I
Hampton Colleen McVtker, Ruth
their nephew and at the Belle Glade achoolepent !
are expecting Sunday. Crawahaw, Betty Jo Garrett Ruth 1I.tea. Pbeee M -M
niece, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Davis the week-end at the home of her
of Denver, and their daughU parent Mr. and Mr*. S. H. Filet. Billy Geronlmo who 1* attendIng HaD, Leonard Greer1.Tenth : I
Mill Betty Davis, to arrive lOOn the Riverside Military Acad. grade high Charles
for a visit Burl Money who to i student at; emy at Hollywood; spent the week- Burr, Howard Crouse Merle Jan Turner's Funeral Home
Cecil Business College In Asheville end with his parents here. uary, Betty Lou Harris, Jane Rob-
Local friends of Mrs. Cecil As. N. c., ha returned to hi inson, Wilma Thompson, Lydia M-tlR AMBULANCE SERVICE
ton of Orlando, the former Ml studies after a two-week vial. Mr. and Mn. E. J. Churaze of Vihlen; low Phyllli Bell, Marl I Lady Attendant
Katherine William of Homestoa here with his brother-ls-law am I Miami were guest at the home of I Borgardt: Valerie Campbell, Idem
have received announcement card later, Mr. and Mrs.J. W. Gilmei,, Mr. and Mn. Roy Chandler Sunday Cooke, Dorothy Edwards, Irene Phone 884-R Homestead, Ha.

telling of the birth of a seven. Jackson, Phyllli Jensen, Kathleen
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Sounder _
pound ion Robert Milton. I Lloyd. Marie Neill Lanelle Rogers .
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Brown have
have at guests Mr. Saunden par W. Hiiskln
Kathleen ROM. Dr.
Miss Margaret Dunn of Miami, ants of Key West l* guests this week:, their daufhter. .. .,. ..-
I* visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert !S. Mn. E. A. Durrance of Wes Eleventh grade high Elizabeth er"swear M4 Sao"WGLASSES
Dunn here this week.: Mr. and Mrs. William Smyth oj t Palm Beach and Mrs. A. Greens I Sage, Wilma Landrum. Margaret .

Sliver Palm have as a house sues and daughter Mary, of Cordele,I Griffin, Catherine Bell WU- ... .... tausCOYPLSTI.V
Miss Lucille Robinson of Gas. Mrs. Charles H. Van Leuven oj Ga. lit Baxley, Ben Benson Norman, 141 N. E. dm AIR CONDITIONED*
tonla N. C., who has been e aueat: West Orange, N. J. Benson Ed Burr, Elmer Hampton, CONVENIENT TKaM
at the home of Mr. and Mn. 1R John Hickson: low M.rJorleCampbell
for the t_I Wlnfred Owens who la -attending
Dellinger Jean Garrett.
week left Thursday to return i to, the Riverside Military Academy Twelfth grade high, Gordon r
her home. at Hollywood; spent the weekend for Homestead P.-T. A.'. Croat, Clement Russell, Albert
at his home here. NEWT G. BALL
series of four Ualnlln, Mary Ann Brown Mary
Mr*. R. B. Cain of Greenwood,
Mr. and Mr'rman; : W. Bal Eleanor Williams, Nora Greenwood *
S. C, returned to her home Sun Moving Picture' Shows NOTARY PUBLIC
Doris Price. Margaret Albright
day after pending two month i at t and their daughter. Norma, and
si the home of her brother-ln-la I Miss Eva Steven of Detroit, Mich Mar. 1', Apr. 1% 22, 29la Mildred Cox, Vera Parker,
and sister, Mr. and Mn. L A. are house guests of Mrs. Floyd school auditorium Alice Penny, Betty Blake, Mary: Fire Insurance and
WIN. Camber In her home on Blseaym only Thompson Arcella Jarman; low
drive while they visit other rela Elizabeth -Hilnlin Ethel Roberta, Kindred Lines
Mr*. LucW'-i'hunte) of Mis lives including Mr. George E: 'I." Doris Mizell Beth Oautler, Anna
ml Spring, former poatoUlceclerk Reed and N. G. Ball. Single admission: M.,Rinehart .t t 'in.
here, arrived Monday to """" SI N. Krone Aft.I .
: Adults, lie -
take the place of J. E. Close at the I Wm. Edwards arrived from!I Dr. L. W. Shanttht lectured to
Homestead post office until lie I II I teesburg last week for a visit : the claim of Jti:_r. Mitchell on
able U return

Mr*. O. C. Radtord Was take: I I -

;;, t4 the Dade County hospital Saturday

for.a major operation.Mr. iWE '
':., and Mrs.: R. E. Shepheriannounce
the birth of a seven

r and-aJialf pound girl born 01
March 4. She has been named I
Betty Ann. from the Flowers Bldg. ,

4 Mrs. Ed Saunders wa returned ,
to her home Tuesday afternoon To the Old Telephone Exchange

from the Post Graduate hoiplta
where she has been receiving med; On N.W.First St. ;
1 Icil treatment.
Redland Brand i

We have on display a full line of 1938 Apex

I \\ Refrigerators, Washers and Ironers. Also gas FertilizersFor

I washers for farm use.

J Wtfe'

../. the genuine APEX 1938 REFRIGERATORThe Citrus, Avocados and Limes;

EP.CENK Iermllnen only balanced American liner regular1y -

ivied s+l.ab efa : dry refrigeration, air conditioned- refrige- Fertilizers for Dade County Groves; ;

ttnwtg sera:.obeys aeof ration and two-tone refrigeration, with the

ape..rr.etrwwsjItbats cold storage compartment. We have terms to
.; ... hM4 we Slew demonstration.We Made by a Home Concern .
);;.,,+- .- ..... ...a... fit your pocketbook. for a !

,r !I ladrm'4"tsts4nM" "" "*" ", take pleasure in announcing that the f

,Mein lot;Ito ..... ,rill,;eel MWl winner of the Apex Cleaner given away at the .1

''1 ......r..... ....1r l.*. Mrs.Redland 0. Slaughter District Fruit of Jacksonville Festival last, week Fla. was 'Florida East Coast fertilizer Co.

Bush's Barber Shop fRANK B.RUEMGQ.


Mist LOUe Brew. Oncrater I. O. O. F. Building Phone 45 ,

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.\ Page Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday.Marck, 1938.
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Miss Evelyn Mae Clement, i a I
I daughter of Lew!* Clement or --
I Social Events
Starke. Fla., and Walter Wright Mrs. E. A. Buchanan was reelected ways and means Miss Hobson,
t Golding, son of Mr. and Mrs. Waiter ., president of the JuniorWpman's I I Mr*. R. R. Klnard and Mrs. Perkins

Griff Golding of Homestead, Club of Homestead at ; welfare, Mrs. Oxford, Miss
were married on Tuesday afternoon (I Pearl Whitaker, and Mr*. Stanley
1 WOMAN'S CLUB OF HOMESTEAD CHOOSES March 1, at the home of: IU annual meeting, held In he I Wlttkop; membership, Mr*. Bird,
' I Judge Boyd H. Anderson in Fort clubhouse Monday night. II,Mr Herbert Turner and Miss i
i MRS. LANDON CARNEY FOR PRESIDENT Lauderdale.. Other re-elected were Mr*. I Hobson; program, Mrs. T. J.

-- I The bride wa dressed In a blue I Harold Oxford, recording secretary Walker, Mrs. Campbell and Mrs.
Mrs. Landon Carney was unanImously ed. Mr*. H. C. Nichols and firs., and black sport suit with black ; Mrt. James Bird corresponding Burley Dendy; by-law revision, '
elected president of theWoman's I Logan will be hostesses.A accessories.Mrs. i' secretary; and Miss Alice Miss Whitaker Mrs. Hunter Har.
Club of Homestead at series of three contract end Golding was born In Coconut Hobson, treaturer. The new officers den and Mrs. Oxford. (
the annual meeting held In the auction bridge parties was planned Grove and attended the Brad- elected were, Mr*. Claude, The by-law committee will meetat
club house Tuesday afternoon and the first will be given ford High School at Starke. She I Campbell. first vice-president; Mrs. Oxford' home Wednesday .
Mrs. Annie Butler was made fir* next Thursday evening at ( o'clocl\ has been a frequent visitor In Mrs. J. D. Perkins second vice- Mar. It, at 7.30: p. m.

vice-president; Mrs. Joel: J. Robinson In the clubhouse Mr*. Carney, Homestead for the past few yean president; and Mrs. Ansel Barrow, Mr R. O. Waker, Mr*. Bird
t second vice-president; Mrs chairman ot the bridge committee The bridegroom was born In auditor. and Miss Hobson will have chargeof
A. W. Hutchinson, secretary; Mr will be assisted at this party: Qultman, Ca., and with his tarn Committees appointed were: the social meeting of Mar. 21
W. O. Bishop, treasurer; and Mr*. by Mrs. Nichols and Mn sly came to Homestead five years 1

A F Arthur, auditor. They will Logan. A grand prize will be ago from Miami. He attendedthe B. P. W. C. CHANGESITS served during the day hour, she i
be installed In May. given at the last party. Homestead High School and MEETINtl PLACE explained had cut down the prof
Mrs. Robinson, the president, Present were: Mr*. Preston B. was a member of the Homestead For the present, the Homestead
appointed\ Mr*. Carney, Mrs. A. Bird, Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. >W. D. Future Farmer Chapter. Ha is its.MRS.
Business and
M. Logan and Mr*. J. S. Horton Shetzline, Mrs. Bishop, MIA i Jennie now engaged In hauling business Wo- GLADYS PAYNE
to serve as delegates to the coun- Lobdell, Mrs. Hutchinson, Mn here. men' Club will meet In the Cham- ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE
ty federation meeting In Redlant) Nichols, Mrs. Logan, Mrs. Ja. Mc- The couple are making their ber of Commerce building on Its
home temporarily at the home of Mr*. Gladys Payne entertainedat
Cready, Mrs. M. F. White, Mr*
on Mar. 23. regular meeting night, the first a foursome bridge luncheon at
Mr*. Jane G. Nesbitt Will be Henry Johnson, Mrs. B. E. Gatlln, the bridegroom' parent on Mowry and the third Monday of each her home Monday. The high

' the speaker at the guest day program Mrs. W. K. Walton Mrs. Arthur, street.JOAN month. Permission to use the prize for bridge was won by icore Mrs.
on Mar. 22, It was announc- Mrs. Carney and Mrs. Horton. building was granted by the N. D. L. Swan and the consola.

HOUSE HONORED Chamber of Commerce directors tion prize Seas won by Mrs. Lan-
MRS. PAUL HALEY TO BE Those present were: Mrs. Hu- WITH BIRTHDAY PARTY Wednesday night don Carney. Mrs. Sybella Chandlerwas

i PRESIDENT OF AUXILIARYMrs. bert Nichols, Mrs. Russell Horne, Mrs. Walter House entertainedat Mrs. Flora D. Myers demonstrated a guest
Paul Haley will be Installed I Mrs. Claude Campbell Mrs. Gor- a luncheon Monday at her homeIn the use of voting machine at
a* president of the Presbyterian don Ivey, Mrs. R. R. Kinard, Mrs celebration ot the eighth birthday Monday night' meeting of the The combined Neighborhood
Auxiliary of Homestead at the Robert Glenn, Mrs. Curtis Monroe,, anniversary of her daughter; club. Mr. J. E. Gauzens: chairman end Teachers' bridge club will
next meeting of the auxiliary on I Mrs. Bird Mrs Ruehle and the Joan. ot the club' Fruit Festival I meet at the h lne' 6f Mr: and Mrs.A. .
Mar. 17, It was announced at Its ,I hostess. I II The birthday cake with chocolate booth committee, gave a detailed F. Webb Wednesday night,
f meeting Thursday at the home of I The next-meeting will beor 1 I Icing was made to resemble a financial report Payment of salarie Mar. 18, to select a name and for
March 23. n '/ merry.go-round with pastry animals to non-member worker who
Mrs. J. R. Hickson In Naranja. I the usual bridge games.
The other officers to be Installed\ and pink candles.
are vice-president, Mrs. A. F. BACH TO BE FEATURED The guests Included: Barbara
Arthur; secretary Mrs. R. E. Trot- BY MUSIC CROUP Jean Smith, Aline Strickland BeLy '
ter: treasurer, Mrs. J. M. Holferty; A program on the work of John y Irene Simmons, Jolyne Mock, pLUONSSAVt+

end historian, Mrs. L. J. Pace. Sebastian Bach will be given Betty Chandler and Bryan Wynn, I" .
The Bible study was led by Mrs. Monday at 3:30: o'clock at the
H. S. Wolfe meeting ot the Monday Muslo Club B-SQVARE CLASSPOSTPONES

Those present were: Mrs. E. L at the home of Mrs Howard Johnson MEETINGThe
Nelson, Mrs Oeo. Rawlins, Mri with Mrs. Johnson and Mrs.I meeting of the B-Square THE DIXIE DRUG
Willard, Mrs. R. Y. Burr, Mrs. H'J:1I0r hostesse Sunday School Class of the Homestead -
Holferty, Mrs Rawlins, Mr*. Trotter will consist oi Methodist Church has been
Mr Arthur, Mrt. H. S. Wolfe, a soprano solo by Mrs Charles: postponed from next Monday until Homestead, Florida

Mr*. Pace, Mrs. Haley, and the Sheldop, Jr., of Atlanta; I VOQ*! the following Monday, Mar. 21.
hostess. '. duet by Mn. Lewis Brande.pber'land
Mrs. Lloyd Deitz; a' piano -;I Mr. and Mn L.: H. Klopp en- March
HOMESTEAD P.-T. A. solo by Mrs Joseph Elder; tertained Mrs. Louise SplklngsncfBen '
MEETS THIS EVENING and discussion of the life and Llpincott and other friends 1 16, 17, 18,19

Tonight the Rev. E. L. Nelson works of Bach. from Chicago at supper Sunday
wlU conduct a roundtable discussion AU of the member of the club night In their borne at Silver Palm.
are asked to be present
hobbles and in
on family --
2 dividual hobbles a* chanter build The CalendarMar.
en at the Homestead P.-T. A.' MR. AND MRS. T. J. FAUST ,-.....-.
will be followed by a film Mr. and Mr*. T. J. Fault enter- 11 Homestead P.-T. A. 490 plat site. HI 31 sl.eo..ea

'The Romance of Mahogany," tained the Supper Club at bridgeIn meeting at 8 p. m. P.-T A. Antiseptic Solution f HALIBUT
which I I. being provided by C. their horn Wednesday night Mar. 11 ..... .". I LIVER OIL
I Hagler Rice of the manual training after a dln eVaft$ at the Gflftn meeting at I p. m. Townsend Kills fermi 411'Wtia
department The meeting Lantern restaurant. Mar. IS-Meeting 2 as..ee5 CI.IOt.2S' secsseconds.
1 will last from 8 till 8:30.: High scorer"ptliea were won by Club at Neva King Cooper Schoolat x='41
The executive committee Tue. Mrs. J. H. Webster, Lee Lehmanand 230.
Mr, and Mrs. Pierre McDanlel. Mar. 14-Meeting of Monday
day appointed a nominating com
of Mrs. How. Regular lOc sis* Perfumed as
Music Club at home
mittee consisting of Mrs. E. J. Low core prizes were given to e
DyaL Mrs. T. J. Faust, Mr*. Bevo Mr. Webster and Mrs. Lehman. ard Johnson at 1.30: p. m. Oatmeal Soap fTSSnmIODIXB
Webb Mrs. Howard Johnson and Others playing were Mr. and Mrs Mar. 15-Meeting ot Gleanen
Mr. Rice. (B. P. Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Has*. .s.i.l pa.
Mar. 17-Meeting of American 2 for C aline ata..L sanosFr.grwt.
Mrs. R. H. Done finance and Parman and Mrs. Charles Sheldon
budget chairman, reported a profit I I I house guest of the Webster Legion Auxiliary at Legion hall .
i of $IM.S8 in cash and $20 In I *. at I p. m.
Mar. 17 Woman' Club of SY raw r
equipment and supplies from the 011WIRACII
Homestead benefit bridge
P.-T. A. booth at the Fruit FestlTaL MRS. W. B. CAVES. JR.
Kin zo

The committee voted to give Mr. Jackie Cave was honored on Mar. 17-Meeting ot Prt.b.ter.Auxl1. FACIAL .ADDEDSUPER-BARGAINS. TAHLETS
Dorsey $S.OO for transporting a his first birthday with a party ian \ .".. TISSUE, 1WNI2Se
bus load of children to the Sonja given by his mother, Mrs. W. B. Mar. 17-Meeting of enS = S4
Home Demonstration Club at 9.30: S AaoffTrii
Henle performance In Miami last Caves Jr., at the home ot his Homette.dDemonltratlon =
Mar. 17 Meeting
month, grandparents, Mr and Mn. W. I sue tub Ktsutl -
Home Club at 1:30 I for n+dsr
i B. Caves. Milk of Magsesla Rosettes
Mar. 17-Meeting of Naranje
RCDLAND P.-T. At Sand-buckets and tiny shovels Chapter of O. E. S. SCOUT Tooth Paste 2fecriaialiUgiit SANITARY
MEETS TONIGHT were given a* favor The cake Mar. 18 Homestead P.-T. A. NAPKINS
At a Founders Day program toM that was served with Ice cream how at school g roe
picture 81.00 also
the Redland P.-T. A. moving BATTERIES 21L Symbol
given supported one csndle. 26s e
tonight a P.-T. A. skit will be Present were Mrs. R. O. Huff!auditorium. e tea (lot Water loftle'I'os

presented. Mrt. Eva Fletcher! will and son, Richard, Jr., Mrs. Her- __e
read a history of the organization bert Turner and son, Herbert, Jr., Iir.aSyd.i7rs.id. Hr.drsds
and present a copy to each ot the Mr*. Burley Dendy and daughter! Spaghetti Dinners40c Adhesive Tab i0 .ei
former presidents. Jean Carol, Mr*. Donald Sullivanand Set IM floe sale-Ask
daughter Margaret; Mrs rose A Ise empthM as red U. M!. Pisa lia, lot 4 pugs
MRS. PAUL REYNOLDS Elinor Sullivan and daughter, Gloria 4lTmo ll'included Is thM aalt6asi.e eves I 1 t
IS LUNCHEON HOSTESS ; Mrs. R. E. Andrew and ion, St.tl.aery 1111" vain.. ,

} tn. J. Paul Reynolds wa hoa-. Bobby and daughter, Jean; Mrs a sea 80s pound alas Llgasef'. ,a does
tM to the Wednesday: Morning Jack Branch and IOn, Jack, Jr.;; We serve home-made Ste Acres of W.me.ds 't ,
Bridge! Club- at a luncheon at her Mrs. George Harden and daughter, Italian bread Bakeryin I Chocolates cuss
home Wednesday Mrs. Ceo. D. Betty;; Mrs. J. Lee Smith and J. Q
Rumble 'won the high score prize Lee Jr.; Mrs. Augustus Wynn and connection: ; Joe Pa- serrrrrrrrrrrr

for bridge and Mr. Preston Bird ion. Bryan; Mrs. R. L. Hobson and lazzola, prop. I CLIP: TIIIS HEXALL COUPON: ,
won the second high score prize. Mrs. Ovid Sullivan. wonTii 40e TO YOU

Dip and redeem ......,. Three lSe tubes. of MI II Tooth r....1 i
Edward Stiling Italian'American PALERMO'S far V* mi this Coupon...,save *>.. Goad only during 19
optima I. Sale.teats I
Real Estate I Restaurant SPAGHETTI HOUSE I """I.- I

General Insurance I Italian Spaghetti Dinner Clinton Garage Bldg. I / II
TORCI8EO t lYN R. NT.IeT/Y Y\/IL IJ/e fI' ..-. .UT I
FLORIDA crrr. FLA. JOE I ls.rrr .s..a.arr_________________
Cor. Palm A.... and Ar". Bas I ,.. Depot Florida City : Florida City

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Friday, March 11, 1938 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Page Seven



-.."N..WNN.N........wNNN.N Mt............... .N. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH GROVE CLASSIFIED tl.

Mar. 11 Morning sermon:
SUFFER NEXT MONDAY "The Lord's Servant" ..wa.i COCONUT Q.ROVE I I RATE:'Pint Insertion lot a fine: subsequent Insertions I Ii

Redland District ministers and IRS sermon "Is Goodness Only Matinee Saturday and Sunday i It a line I
wives and the official churchboard ,i/I
their the Plaything of Evlir 20etoIp.Bar ___ r-

members art Invited to a: Mar. It Prayer meeting Shows I and I p. ....; Asian tic FOR RENT EXCELLENT after ....vtn'loIlt1n ,

pot-luck supper and meeting 01 l subject The Continuing" II for men Hand and face lotion

the Redland District Ministerial Source of Power In MIIII....." Sun. Mon., Tue, Wed. FOR RENT Furnished modern for ladies. Make It yourself for \

Association In the Baptist Sunday'I l Mar 12, 11, IS. II 8-room house 118 N. W. 14th a few cents per pint Material at )o oall

School building Monday, March HOMESTEAD METHODIST at Call at Mrs. Berger's. drug stores Complete In-

21, at 7pm.STATE CHURCH Jon Hall, Dorothy (mil-It structions 25c coin and name

Mar. II The revival meet. Lamour and address of two friends. Address .
W. U.
Inc now In program Dr. D. J. B. Sommers e/o !Mrs.
IN HOMESTEADMiss R. Bigger 104 N. E.: Zn SPEAKS .
Coale In M. McMlchle W.
will address Sunday 2110 N. 56thSt
Louise Smith, slat secretary (.u4tf)
school In general assembly atII I Miami.R .
; of the Baptist Woman's Missionary "HURRICANE"Thurs.
a. .... His morning sermon TOURIST cabins, trailer camp, :
Union spoke in the Homestead theme will beTh Lost Inner spring mattresses. Shank L RED FRYERS-iJve or areas

Baptist Church Sunday Christ"; hU evening theme, .. FrU Mar. 17, II lln Grove West Florida City ed. Free delivery in city. Phone

fiKht "Doe* the Bible Teach a Bun (Pf2) 835-M. McEwen Poultry Plant.

She and her mother were guests Inf Bell?" Don Terry, Jacqueline
Ot the Rev and Mrs. C. N. Walker FOR SALE Trailer in first class
Services at It a. .... and 7:31 Wells FOR SALEFOR
for the night.BAPTIST condition. Inquire at Lesdcr
p. .... each day through week

except Saturday, la SALE- 1131 Pontiac four Enterprise office.

WOMEN'S UNION door sedan, brand new paint


Dr Frank Connely, who has Friday 7.3t p. ....1 Litany perfect; ,Us. Terms. John L.Searborench .I I WANTED Kaffir orange, nkre

.been a missionary in China for 22 and address. March II Phone IS. (pmt and sandbox trees. Wishing

years, refuted popular beliefs Second Sunday lit Lent i
about China and its missionaries 7.30, Holy Eucharist; 9:30.- Buck Jones FOR SALE 40 acres plneland,I Well Karanja, Fla. (pm 11-18)

in a talk before the Women's Missionary church shoot; 11, matins and I corner Epmore and Country WANTED To, rent with option
Union of the Homestead In Club Road. Clear title. A. En-
sermon; *Ss, Young People'sService to buy, small farm1 Redlnnd
Baptist Church Wednesday after League.Wednesday7:30. I -BOSS OF LONELY gensperger, Route 1, Box 878 District suitable for poultry und

Doctor Holy Eucharist VALLEY" Homestead. (pmll fruit Guy S. Vessey, Rvhobeth

Circle Two was In charge of the ; 4. litany ind medltaUoH I 20 ACRES Combination glade I Md. (mil )
meeting Mrs J. R. Chamblisi
"The Intermediate and land IM miles
high pine '
led the devotional.GIRLS' HONEY-Honey wanted. Roadside -

State .. LEGAL NOTICES Redland school on Redland Trading Post Gouldt.! Highway -

AUXILIARY: HAS i road. Inquirer q.J. Norwood on 4-A. (mJ.ll


Junior Girls' Auxiliary of Application No. lilt _
Notice la handier Awes that S ..... GIFT years or over and have health
Baptist Church conducted a 'I Morrow hot filed with KM written request, FANCY BOXEu Oranges, card. Apply In person Cabin
"Week of Prayer" program at their Rev. T. H. Norton will deliver -I'I I, tint the toa rortlflratea together with III I grapefruit, tangerines, etc
meeting a special sermon at the] subsequent omitted. or .loeled axes Including -1 Inn. (pm2S
Monday afternoon at the I the rear loll hold kr the sate to Shanklin Grove, Palm Ave.,

church. I Princeton Methodist EpiscopalChurch. |'I strongest and told M the highest bidder Redland Road. WANTED Listings of horses.
Madlne Gilmer talkon South, Sunday at .:45 a.I tat most u provided kr Chapter IMM. of
gave a for rent Henry
'' apartment
'Iho HIT Acts at the LexlelaMro, upea
tM Subject To' Preach the
pel to the Poor"; Lillie Little spoke the church, ,ervlet.4.IAUTIFVL County Lot I of Blk Dado.t Carolina SUM of.::.-1"i: i, oranges, grapefruit and Juice at Krome sve., north of 10-cent

on "Heal the Broken Hearted"; to ... mid art ..w.o... kr. _Uf..t.N" stand South Krome Ave. and store; phone 04. Ruth 1141 oT ISM nod repreotnto aces Third St., Homestead. Fruits
Byruti talked on the topic, BAND MAPS tar tht roan It.. to INT bock "' .1...... ;
"This Is the Scripture Fulfilled" amounting to 1114.08. grown by H. L Cook. (H8a29) LEGAL: NOTICES

and Bellegene Bullard told of ......... .N .1. axes Lot to II ko Blk add I ora Carolina eeMeaotd Hit by tertlfl-The FOR SALE Seedless grapefruit,

"Recovering of Sight to the i repair week on ate No 1147 of INT and reprotentttoxet Valencia 15c end to issue Shaman Im .__ withawn
SOc bu.
1 "._ V_ oranges, "I C.rtlflmto anho.w titr. fol.low .
for the Fears in to IMT. both ta-
Blind\ ?. Xh davationai.jvaar.atd I 810.1.., assumption to (Mil. pk. Mrs. Eva Collins, Modello. ./.. *-allied. -r. a" In _
by Doris Cheshire. Lot II Blk t Carolina H.... Tot taxes County, Florida to-wHl
I. DAVIS to IM told .ro tTldcoetd kr certificate NoII4H4 Lot II, Ul r.. M. MIo..... "hot
Those present went Mrs. Bert .... Sigh ...... Of IMT tttt represents taxes forUM FOR SALE Tropical plants, citrus ..........it.. In tko City of .......... Corn ,
Andrews the leader, I71dine' ndEsteUe I Poor ll.. to HIT, both ,..1..1.., trees and tropical fruit In ; of 0...... sate of Florida.
Tho .__, of mid orooortr miry
amounting to I1MIILot
Fairctoth, Annie May I II Blk. I Carolina H.... Th axes season. Jungle Grove, Redlan4 tko oaM lorUdooul hoped mooo the
Pilgrim, Doris Cheshire, Ruth LEGAL NOTICE to kt Kid an ..,........ .,. .....Iffoo.. road and Plummer drive. Dome of Unknown Union mid tlwtUI.oalo .
.".11 ho rodoomrd aooordlna-. law.
No. II4H1 ot KIT and represents boxes
Byrum, Bcllegeite Bullard, 'Mar- I and roprotonla toesfor for tko mi till to IMT bothmlu.I.., tax dud will ...... threes oil tko sub dar
No IMT of IMI ..
Jorie Pyrf, "Wynelle; Shepherd and '. the pun IMO. IMI and IMI U INT.]I amounting t* II 14.01. I told limes to In the Miami highest on UM bidder Slot dar tht of II.Court.... of April A. n I .of. II. ... A. n In...
Dated this Iml day -
HIT. Lot I Blk I Carolina Hun. Tin team
tmountlnx to I
Ullle Jn4usive.
Little. both Sold UI oortlfkatot together with all I to to *old are ........... kr eertlfktto NoII4M Ices, beginning at tho how of toe o obeli K. .. LKATHtRMAN
a. m, or aa anon thereof tor ot MM MUM Cork '"f Ctnutt lo.H.
11 I of lilT and represents Uno for
to reached la duo enuno.Dated I
our Dodo Countr Mo" kla.Circuit .
The American Legion Auxiliary subsequent posting or lovlod Sam will ko tko soon lose to IMT, both Inclutlve.mountlnr at Miami' Florida, this the Ind Court. Beat
, Court to IMM.
bidder at tko ,
sold to theh.h..t .
I W01 meet_ Thursday, March 17, at Noun In Miami I oa tko Hot dar of M.rchIMI. I II. Lot I Hlk I Carolina H.... Tk axes I day d starch .loge.E. B. LIliATHERMAN. Br N. c rrcmtKTT DO
Mar. 4. II. II. IS, Apr I)
, the Legion hall at 8 o'clock. AU]I. koxlnnlnl at the hour of toa octorka to ko o>H4 are evidenced kr oortlrint No. I Clerk Circuit Court! I
..., or oa Room thereafter oa the tomo 11411 of let? and ronrwonti taxes forth Dado Cvunt. Florida
members are urged to be present' du" emu.. 'I Seen IWI to 1UI7. both Inlwlw, Circuit Court Seal 1.I NOTICE OF SAIH or TAX CERTIFICATES -
i "lid.TTMIomT. Florida' this the And amounting to IM.II. Hr JNO FFNNO: D. C.
No.' SIT
......,,"""'" ." oi .... .._, day 01 1I..h. 1988.E.. B.. LEATHERMAN. U>Lot.. to II kt Blk mid I are Carolina.>M....d H.kr...Mrtlrioau Tko, .I 'Published Mar. 4. 11. It, IMI Notice ta Application horokr ghee that risible
LiKkrtt hog filed with a>o written r,,,_,
GIRL SCOUT I Clerk Circuit Court I'I No II4 T of lilT end represents NOTICE OF SAI flit TAX CKRTIFI-
with all
NEWS that tko tax rortlflcaua tocotkor
taxes for tko H'
Dado County Florida.Circuit amounting"room to Mill to IMT kotkInclimlvt CATteSiApallratlon ..-......, am110.1 or ,.... a... ,actd.1ns .
By AWe BoaPubllthtd 1.
Kemp, Scribe Court No. IlllHotfet
Br JNO FENMO. n. C. Lot II Hlk 11 Miami Houlh Th axes,I ta blindly given that Mutiny Do.valopmoat ::.---.J'.r hold IIe'" the Suit ko
SoNa--_._ mid ta klckoot bidder
to ko told evidenced br gortlflrauNo.
( Mar I, U. IS IMI) are CorpgOMjeo hot filed. with IM
I for oook aa pnvklod br Cliaptor 1K2M, of
141M of 1111 and
Court of Awards will be represents toxin written reunett.OMl the tax rorilflratea .
of nth.
held tar tko IK tko IMT Arts the iMblatur r-
FOR TAX to IMT both Inctuilvo.mnuntln .
AprnrvrioN years
NOTICE or lift ooiltud Whead
too-other with following davrlkid ml ntato In .... 1ty "
In Bayfront Park .f nU'
; Friday Mar. 11, DIED: to IMO fl I taxIncluding UM Sear IMT held
of lan. Rlajo, of Florida, fawn
from 4 to 6 p. m. Many of the Chapter POT- APU of 1079II. I to Lot be 10 told Rlk IT rvldniood Miami Sontk oortlflintoNo TK/axes kr toe SUM: adtertleed and told to thoLoalelaturo Lot I Htk 14 Coral VIII.. Rovi../ Tile
A4101111 are kr
high t for Wash m provided by games b, ko ...Id ace evidenced bf ., "If.-
girls are going to get badges 94,41. 10 beM.p riven that Vleau-. 14117 ot lug md represents team Chapter IIIN, of I" 1947 Acts 01 the ,. .
raw N. HIM" loll and rooroornl.' I.
A day camp was held Saturday wife Keeler, holier and Mildred of BtaUCortlflrato Kesl.y,red =:: ,:: mnunlln.tor UM rrari to inn 1110.to II. lelT. both Inoluoln I I teal etteto, In upon the the Count following of Dndt described stated for tho roan IMO to loll, kolk In- i...1.1amoontlnc ,. .
we cooked Lot I Rlk H. RI_..... Tk to' to SI .
dinner with No 1770 weed the nth dryof tano Florida, .. ..U .
tNW1f .
Loa i and I Hlk II Coral Vlll Rvlo.d.
out exact AKTOX. A. D IMI. km filed tamo ln|I ko sold IK ovkfelUMl kr wrtlflnlo No.UN geotloo township I*. RanaoIS.
utensils for a knife and I SI. 1M.._ to ho sold are .. .,..I. ."dkr
office. and have madt apnlkotloa fore ? oftrt and nrroMBU UtM for I .,
nr The axes to to sold are Wm.d ...., .
Fortlrlcato No. of l ,
HUT lull
a fork. Present at .bailed _.. (oldCenl'lrato tko mil to IMT both liuliulra, 1 rrownM -
day camp tax dad to ho t years kr oortlfleato No. Sill of Illl, and repre1tonto .
taxes for the IMO t. 'Milboth .
din amounting to 1104
were Barbara embrace the following I Uleo for tht 1110 M HIT
Miller Jane Fuchs inclusive. amounting to .Iw
arid the County at Dadt, I Lot III Blk M. Rlv.rvl.w Tk taxes
I both lr.clu.lve. amounUn to I1S4IIaaU 1.
rr.I I 14 Coral .... I i
: Lot Rlk Vllloo .1. d i Mrta
Suber ko
Dora to old orMonMd certificate
Scott kr No.
Bet State ( to-witt: on tax oertlfkatot toenthor with oiltnheeouent .. t
lo ko Mid evidenced
are kr Mill
ty LoU .-.. Block '4. Keahaard Park. Plat IMM ot IMO and represents axes fix omitted levied axes will toonM
or ,.
Bailey and .. .
Athley Kemp.Intermediate core No tiles of lost and "'' t.
of D... the ml to IMT, both hwluilvomounlln I
Rook naa II' lo tao County Store to the highest bidder at tko Court
alt i II7SI4Hrclii for tho soon IMO to IMT. both li> I.?l i. .
Stan Florida.I | to Haw In Miami, on Iht I4tk dor of March.IM .
._tl.. to ....*.
-"" ""'""'',_'.'_,,'''''''""___ The commonest; of -old property under / at SW oarixr Lot It Blk. 141 I *, toxlnnlna-I at the hour of Ton e-xlmk Bald tax oorUflratoo. together .'h 'Itaubotquont 1
the mid Certificate .Itauod was III thonaaio -:I'o Park, N IM', W W. I IW, E I A. M.. or no Orion thereafter ot the mine mmtlod. or. levied ..... .,m '. I
G. A. W The la oo to b. said
oft Unknown.Unle.s i arovld to reached In due .
... mar neuree.Dated told to the highest bidder at ... ." I
mid certificate that) ko re- >nml kr "lfl. No JMI4 of toll
the lard 1
at Miami Florida this
By Carol Walker ......... according to law the proper!rdotcrlked sad represents taxes for the roan IW. to day of February. 10... Now. In Miami on the Kik day ot M.... h
.IIN.n Ia.aN.aaMMM/aMNNa.nNNNNIN... therein will ho mid u tko hlxh- IMT both ...... ... anountlnc to Illl,14. B. B. LBATHFRMAN. I.. Wclnnlni at the bear of Ten I.- k. '
A. M .
or M toon II
Said .. aa > iDatod >
bidder Court Haw door tho Ui .rtif.'r with allsubsequent
met at the on Clerk Circuit Court ,
be ......
Intermediate O A's met Monday tint Monday la tho Riposte of April. IMS, .misted o .levied tones will Dado Coantr, Florida, may reached 'n des
.... at Miami. Ftnr...... Milt, tin ;vd
which It the sell dar of April. 1944. ko to UM kkThMt bidder at the Circuit Court foal
at Carol Walke) house. We Dated this Ind day of Hairh A. l>. ,.... i I IK. Court Hnoot la Miami oa the Hot dar Br JNO. FENNO l>. 0PublUbed dar o( February, IMP.

had a week of prayer program. e. LKATHERMAN 1 of March IMS. beginning at the hour of ( .... 'I; Mar 4, 11, IMI) B Clark R. LFATHFRMAN'Circuit C...,.. ,
gas Wallets ..
Clerk of Circuit Court. am or M KWH thereafter
Those present were: Carol Walker Dacha Count/ Florida. a* Uw Maw auy ko reached la due NOTICE TO ( ..ltprrna.t. Dado County, rh .,ul.By ,.
Court Seal
Mabel Ruth Pope, Melba Van Circuit Court Seal rouges. Court a( tko County Judges State ofof '
Winkle and Louise Br N. 0 STIRRETT D.C. ,1 Dated at III..... Florida,, this set day Florida Dado Count N.. 94'4.In JNO FENNO K rPublished
Mary Pierce. Mar. 4, 11. It, II) of Maroh. 1IWE.. n ...... ot Charles H. rtr. Do.oawi. ( Pat, M. Mar 4, U. !In1. ,
The next meeting will be held i :. a LIATHKRNAN .
at the home of Mabel Ruth NOTICI OF APPLICATION FOE T Clark Circuit Court. To all Crodlbm. TAc...... .
Popeon DEKU S1' Data County. rlorld. and All Persons Having
March 14, All girls of Intermediate Chapter IT4M-Acto of till Circuit Court loal wands Against Said Want
File A.MMNottro Rr JKO FBHNO, D CPubUakad You and Ruth of yea am ...OIot..t.1 Let Us
age are urged to attend 'It kenor > present oar .
the and Mildred Kotloy, husband ind
meetings. Enter manda which rou or either '
side. koldero of Sate and County Tu NOTICE OF BALK or TAX CCRTIFI- kara against Iko ortalo of : RejuvenateYour

"'l'N 4.t:1: : : CATK8 late of Fanalnirtim 1 Oakland consists' Mk>k. I IInn.to
LEGAL NOTICES of D Anilwatloil No. Illl the County Judge of Dado C.am. !'
I I. mr efface. and htro made appllrorttooforauxdeodtokakoordthortoii. j Note ki kmkr a... tnM Gross C. I tr. Florida. M kh offkt In tko Court Car
SaM Car- Ward kai filed with mo wrlttoa meant Haw at Miami. Florida, within twelve
NOTICE or uu 0" TAX C listless _b.... the followlna described that tko tea etrtlflraloa together with .u'< menthe from tko MOM of tko first oukIbatloa '
GATES I property I. the County d Dale. state of aukmuoot omtttod or lattice !.... Ixlud.I of this _100 ; told ... or ..
t .. Illl. Florida, to-wttt I| tnm UM roar l947. bold : tko Stato W | manta to ko colors to sod ,rowalod nofonaaU. Wood Work
'L"Otkoe ta nerekr given that B. B. Pullontrritun" Low I and S. Black 14, tWoMnl Park adnntaoo and cold M hr hlaluwt bidder I or aaaM will ko karrod. Soo
hao runs. with aw recjuottApalleaUon Plat. Slink It, page II. In this Coyatn. ofDtilo tot aadi .. provided kf ChonUr MM, of c"11"4 Law of tko Stato of Florida I Body Fender Repairs
.Ul.u.... > toi MTtlflcatoa taxothor with all State orFbetan.. I I,to IMT Ark of the Loa-loUuam, no I for roar 1017.Ootod ,
.rim .rent MN or levied taM Including Tko aeooMoient of cold prootrtr udder following dwrltod root mate la then I I IOou.tr Fokraarr lath A. D. IMI Tops and Trimming
"year IMT. kr the Stato ko adMr. the Mid Ontirieou limited win In use ot Dado. state of Florida, CARL. ELVAa .
tloed bad eold to the Illation. bidder for MOM act U.kaown Lot St Rlk. T Boulevard Add to Hoaw''atood. : Anelllarr Administrator of lao Xolattof
nab as proHdd by Clopter JOIN, 01 tile UaltM told lotto limit W RIAimed '' Tko axes to ko add ace o.( Charlie H. Ely DOCOMO Seat Coven

follow.1081 Asa. ef the Lmlel.tn,. upon the aooordlni to law. tht xintrtfdeteriked IIotorad kr _If..ta. No. Imt ot tell. (Foo. Ml 4. 11. IS. Ml An*. .. .. II,
described real male I. the thereto will ko told to tko klr> and ...ioo ati tax= for tko roart >* ::j' PaintinjTArt's
County of Doric.u state ,., n..w. ... bidder M tile Court HOWM door on the to IMT base basis.Ire aawuaUa* o.1
of a:ffi"w u4.r.j( W cK aE'4 first Mondar ,. tho Month of Ap..11. IMS, II10Mo. NOTICE Or APPIITATION FOR TAX
Bata" ". Towmhlp: which is the 4th dar of April IIM. I M ft of Bill. 4 i....... Park A'" DECD
... The axes a M add an Dated tkla lad tf of Morek. A D. IIM.B < to OMM4. Tho taaoo to ko old .. vile NO.IMISNotlro Paint
altam.d by Certificate N. 9201 d loll .. LEATHERMAN: I ovldrorod kr oarUrtaaU. Nee TIM ot k hereby. rives thai towirt and Shop
lea, 'spot ." ..... 1"enn.nrearm Clark ojf Circuit Urart.DodoCoootT and .r.'COIf tko man glucose' Janina .......... .. am.wes of :
and I'''. 61.: :
127 Florida. to I$ City of Mlawa'k Tax CortldoaM Mumkorod -
27 It' If NRtt .t HWNII:... "'.110. Cln.lt Court Soil. 11507 'N'I M. dat.d lit nth dot of lair A. P I (01 N. KBOMK AWL:
too .T"w..h'. .ao Rage ... The axes Br N. C. STERRITT: P.C. 1 1 SaM tax certificates. twMkar with tali bars IIM HUd Certificate In mrWlw t t
now t.vlde.4 be Cortlrlcota liar 4. U, tS. M) lafioq r..nt omMtod or levied Wu. will M4 have mad api>lliatlua for taG


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Page Eight THE ENTERPRISE Friday, March 11, 1938

FISCAL REPORTContinued Lecture on Christian
Science Here Sunday Del Monte Royal
: ( nom Paw one) The Revelation of Abundant Vacuum Gelatin
public buildings, |UfO; streets Lire," will be the title of a free pack Q G Desserts
and parks, 111.25. lecture on Christian Science by
Charles V. Wlnn, C. S. B., oPasadena '
The the Installation
approved and
Cat, In the tdultorium Coffee
of three street light
be touted on Palm avenue in the of the Neva King Cooper school I Pudding
vicinity of the L. O. Clonlnjer Sunday, Mar 1J, at 11J p. m. l lib. 25c
home it Valencia avenue and near Mr. WIllIS Is a member of the pkr.
board of lectureship of the Mother
Redlaad road.
Church, the First Church of 2 lbs. 49cBALLARDS a
Dr. Lloyd C. Shankiln who requested Christ, Scientist Boston Mass 5c
the street lights suggested The lecture is given under the
the council that It promotea auspices of the Christian Science
park between Florida City and Society of Florida City Plain or Self-Rising Phillips Delicious Early

highway Homestead He atone also the praised old the Dixie efficiency The public la cordially invited 5 Ibs. ........................29c June Peas

of Mrs. Myers ai town to attend. FLOUR 10 1w. ........................55c

town clerk manhaLThe and William Geronimo a* ,,Rhode Island Governor 20 The ................. .....98cWalker's No.2can..lOcPORK_

council adjourned until Is Visitor to District SAVE THE COUPONS & BEANS
Saturday night when they will
Oov Robert E. Quinn of Rhode
prepare the ballot box. Island visited Calderwood Groveat Austex "Famous Flavor"CHILI 1 lb. can ... ... 5c
A Silver Palm this week. I OR TAMALES
Fruit Packer Dies Here Some of the other prominent I Ponce's Noodles
After Brief Illness visitors at the grove during the N o. 1 can _u.. 14c; No. 2 can. 24c
,. last few days were J. J. Orr,own-. 5 oz. Age .. 10c
er of several horses racing .1.Troplc.1 Swift's Jewel
Willie Marvin Barfleld. 30, of
Immokalee, Ma, who came here of Zaneivllle Park, O Mrs. Mrs.Anna C. F.Young McKenna lIb. ............. .......... .. 13c MEAL GRITS
six weeks ago ai a fruit packer, of Rochester N. Y. Dr. LARD 4 Ibs. ...................... 45c
' died Sunday In I Miami. hospital and Mrs. J. Frank Dlnnon of 8 Ibs. _...................... 89c 5 Ib .19c
after I brief Illness.The Cleveland, and William Krelner,
Turner Funeral Home ship Jr.. of Buffalo. BORDEN'S SILVER COW Save Coupons
ped the body yesterday to Dothan, Long Grain Rice
Ala. his birthplace, where he DIES SUDDENLY,
leaves his mother, sister and Funeral services for George W. MILK 3 TaU Cans Xlc: 5 Ibs ...... .22c
brother Smith, who died suddenly Mari
i at his home at Garden Cove on
KADfOKD INFANT BURIED Key rgo-wore conducted at Large package OXYDOL 25c
R MIami Memorial Park by the -- -- CORN FLAKES's

Burial services were conductedat Turner Tvtyfff, Home Tuesday Large :FruilBowl.u.. __ Ic
Palm Cemetery, Naranja, Moo. afternoon I 2 pkgs. .... ..15c
day morning for the Infant daughter Mr. Smith moved to Key Coconut Largo All for .......... ... .. 26c
of Mr. and Mrs. Odus Radfordof Ight years ago from
Homestead, born Sunday The Grove. Carpenters' Union 093 of I DOMCO Monarch CornNo.2can2for27c
Rev. C. N. Walker officiated and Miami of which he was a member I
the Turner Funeral Home was in was In charge at the grave He I lb. jar ... 14c
charge was 62 years of age I Peanut Butter

2 lb jar .--.. 25e Heinz' Assorted

NATUROL GASWINS med. cans 27c

Vegetables | I Fresh Meats, Sunburst Bartlett

PRIZEat New Red Bliss SwUl Branded Beef
Round Steak N o. 2/ can ..18 c
No. 1 Potatoes

lb. ..... ..... 29c Old Time TableSirloin
i FRUIT FESTIVAL 10 Ib ]8' ... ..:. PEACHESNo


: I am proud to announce that my booth won Fresh LargeLETTUCE lb .. 35c 2/Scan.-lSc
- -- --
second prize at the Fruit Festival.
Branded Western Palm Olive Soap

; Virgil D. Lyon, 32 N. Krome Avenue 2 large heads 15c CHUCK ROAST 4 cakes . 25c

'" ,,, "" .,,, , ,, '" Fresh Large lb ...____ __. 23c Free Wash Cloth

To therescue LIMA BEANS PORK CHOPS Octagon Soap

21bs. 19 Giant Size
End cuts lb. 29c 3 cakes 14c
__ ..
Tender Green
Country Roll .
J Garden Peas BUTTERLb

2 Ibs ...... 19c
..... 35c
Sliced Breakfast
Carrots or Beets BACON 4 s

2 bunches .. 15c a
lb. .. ..35c
Nancy Hall '
, PUT fair with that tool ot yours. Be-new the lib that Sweet Potatoes Roast
I been frown and thawed and sunburned out by
airing It a coat of Carey Asbeelc Fibre CoatI q. So east j 5 Ibs .. ..n..1ge lb. 2ge
to apply--.lmply spread on with a brush. per .. FApprsGUAVA
tt the Carey Finance Plan provides easy parment*-as low CELERYbig JELLY
as $9X0 per month. No Down PCI'ID.nt-No Mortgage; FRYERS
3 yean to pay. Lei us explain this simple plan to you bunch 9c
without obligating you la the bcort. lb. u.. 38c

REDLAND DixieMargarine J 8 oz. jar... .14c


Telephone 62 Homestead, Fla. GRAPEFRUIT lb. .u.. 18cBorden's 16oz.jar..25c51b.pail..79c

peck ---.. ... 20c


ASBESTOS APPLES 4 oz. pkg. lOc

FIBRE COATING 5 Ibs .. ...._. 24c 8 oz. pkg. 19c