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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 18, 1938
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: UF00087294:00166
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOLUME XXVI-NO. 11 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH 18,1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS \


$50OOOMORE I Fewer. Than 500 of Probable 1200 WATER Al SEVER :

I Voters Have Registered Here So Far ,


BONDS IN NOW\ I Registration to Precinct W WM:Line American Legion, the Rotary I SMOOTH STREETS
SYSTEM-
flu wider tile 500 mark at clue., Club and the JJooa Club met yesterday ,
morning elected Wm. J.
big time yesterday, according to

Mr. W. B. Cave, who is In charge Garonimo the chairman motions and passed
THAN SIGNED following : DESIRE FOR
office'la I
o( the precinct registration 1. To recommend to the organizations
the Chamber of Commerce represented that each

building Homestead. organisation oak for !00 per cent
$781,000 Turned in at Bank Mr*. Cave believe that with registration among its own members Mavor Elect Thinks WPA I
poll taxes abolished br the 137 STILING TICKETELECTEDWTII
To Be Exchanged for legislature, registration In this Aid Available If Applied -
2. To request members of each
Refunding Igsue precinct should total between 1200 organisation to contact residentsof for Right
and 1500. Only 11 days remainIn ,
the some street on which they
BACK TAXES which voter may register In HARMONY SINCERITY
$20,000 live and urge them to register ,
PAID AT DISCOUNTS their precinct, tint points out 3. To get thoM contacted to TO SPELL PROGRESS NO EXCEPTIONEdward
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back to the office
boob
aa the go
contact others In turn, thus makIng
of the supervisor of registration a "chain" In the effort to get Make
Have Attitude Town Most Healthful
Taxpayers la the court house OB the eveningof out the voters. Stillng, Florida City'l

i of "Making Hay" While Mar. 11.Registration. Mr. Geronimo represented John and Desirable inState'ffe'grges second mayor who served two

Sun Still Shines committee fromCITY'S G. Salley Post American Legion term from 1918 to 192C1, 11 mayor
of which he It .... '
adjutant -
of that town again, after I lapseof
City of Homestead bonds ot A water and aewrr system for
The Rotary Club was represented -
WATER IS 18 year He was elected to that
original Issue to the amount ot by Mr. Geronimo, Edward Stil- Florida City, through WA assistance .
$781,000 have been turned into Inf and Jamet Wollam. On the office Monday when he received
and restoration of Palm
avenue's -
a Miami bank to be exchanged for AGAIN GIVEN O.K.OFSTATEBOARD Lions committee were the Rev. C. 117 votes, compared to 79 polledby
the city'l new refunding bonds, N. Walker, Lester Lawrence and smooth oiled surface for the the Incumbent Morris Silver-

Mayor Tom Harris said last night J. W. English. comfort of both pedestrians and man.
-This li exactly $ OOOO more motorists are among the thllI4IIM.o..led The ticket headed by Mr. Stillng -
of the bonds than we expected to Edward was swept Into office without
$11,600 in Conservation Sliung would
be presented at this time" Mr. a single exception.
Fears expressed by some persons' Checks Now Being Paid like to see accomplished during
Harris said, "and we believe It li
that the carnival and festival encamped ': I hU term ot office. Mr. Flort D. Myers, town clerk
Indication that the refunding plan; "With all officers and councilI and treasurer for sixteen
for a week near the rou-
t
Check totaling $11.800 have
will be accepted by practically .U
nlclpl water plant may have resulted men of the town government :years, was re-elected.: She received
been received County Agricultural
by
of bondholders and not merely I
In 131: vote to Mr*. AlmaDoxsee's
In contamination of the city's Steffani working harmony and with sin-
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the mora-than-79 per cent whose Agent H. for distribution -
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| cere desire to make Florida (
water supply, are groundless, according City
0, signatures we obtained to the refunding this week to 77 growers
agreement"Meanwhile to analysis made by the I who participated In the 1937 soil 'the most healthful, desirable place Wm. J. Geronimo town marshalfor
C'erk and Tax state board of health of a sample i conservation program. |Iin the state In which to live," said ,I many yean also war reelected -
City
Collector R. E. Edwrds report sent by Gordon Ivey superintendent -, The checks represent payment i Mr. SUling "there la no doubt that I by a more than two-to-one

$20,000 In back tames have been of the municipal light. and trans the federal government to i,great" strides will be made to this vote H* polled 114 vote to 80
t water : i end. I for Rudolph Mattson.
department
who carried out the
paid up at the discounts provided growers provisions
h. The of city water, sent: The mayor-elect behaves that
sample '
In the bond agreement and there of the cAnservation program The new city councilmen and
li no Indication that there will be on March I, was accompanied by I' applying to non-farming of Intelligent preparation and presentation i their respective tallies ant MOle

a slackening of the pace, as taxpayers samples of water taken from private certain percentage of acreage I of plan for the water 'Sever 14* L. R. Becker, 147; J,
are anxious to avert any wells. one 20 feet deep and growing of cover crops to restore 'and sewer system together with F. Rohrer, US.; R. W. Mullins 129;
the other, 10 feet deep, in distant persistent follow-up work will result -
chance that the discounts may be fertility and other conservation T. PMkl Haley. 114; Alohio Lewis.
of the district ', In the granting of the necessary
parts
withdrawn-however remote. features 117; Chas B Clinton. 113. The
The analysis revealed no colon i I WPA assistance As to Palm defeated candidates for council
confirmation in any of the samples II I avenue: "The first thing we need were* Roy Nelll. 72 L. O. Clonln-

ROTES IN MOVE but the sample of city water tak- PROJECTOR FOR Is to sandpaper this terrible grave ger, flS; B. B. Pullen N; J. H. Dix-
en from well 90 feet deep, show surface down-or" put a new coat on, M, r B. Leinmger. (1; W F
ed a bacterial count of only 80 I of oil over it. A. Robertson, 50, J. H. Simmons,
TO RAISE FUNDS over a period of 24 hours, while the SCHOOL NEARLY Mr. SUling has a fatherly feeling 90.
18-foot well sample showed a for Florida City streets. As
The newly elected town fathers
count of 340 and the 20-foot well Michigan state agent for the Miami
FOR PARK LANDSTo showed a count of 490. PAID BY P.-T. A.A I Land and Development Co, will be Installed next Tuesday
I night, a regular meeting night of
with headquarters in Detroit he
"From the above. states a letter -
-to Mr. Ivy from the Jacksonville I was responsible for seeding ni.ny the council.
co-operate 11I movementto laboratories of the state board spirited roundtable discussion families to the southernmost mainland The council which goes out of
obtain 800 new members of the of health, "you will see that the on "Hobbles as Character Builders community-Just as he wairesponsible office next Tuesday with the exception -
Everglade National Park Association water from your m'.uiclpal supply ," was directed at last Friday I for naming It Detroit of those oouncllmen re-

as I means of raising 11 giving satisfactory results, indicating night's P.-T. A. meeting by the When he brought bit own family tained by Monday's election, I*
$23.000 needed to carry on Its' water of good sanitary Rev. E. L. Nelson pastor of the down in If 10, however he found composed a* follows: W. F. A.

work of disseminating Information quality, while the water from the First Presbyterian Church of I narrow streets and "alleys. He Robertson, president Edward SUl

oa th* project and obtaining shallow driven wells .la receiving Homestead.The replatted the town to live It a ing, Cha Clinton. L. H. Becker
ey for purchase of the mon-j contamination to such a degreethat report of the treasurer, main boulevard 100 feet wide to F. B. Lelnlnger, R. W. Mullina,
to be obtained, the Mrs. C. J. Parman, showed that
acreage we would regard them with the bay and It became Palm ave B. B. Pullen.
stead Rotary Club Wednesday appointed suspicion and advise against their funds raised by selling advertising nue. Avenue D, also is 100 feet The total number of ballot cast
the following committee: In the Fruit Festival premium wide. 197. This 10 less
use aa a source of drinking water. No street if less than 70 was was only
Edward SUlln!. C. J. Farman book and by conducting a food feet wide. ban the number of voters qualified
Paul Reynolds, Frank Skill and booth at the festival have finished .
Lost The town was incorporated and for the election--*std to constitute
Chas. T. Fuchs, Jr. Cage Tournament paying off all that was due on the its name changed to Florida CityIn an aH-tlme record in Florida City. .'

Action by the club followed H.II.S. Slates Baseball moving picture projector purchased 1914. Two years later Mr. All of Florida City knew the re. I
talks made by A. R. Livingston of .- in January except the 132.44 Stillng became its second mayor suits of the election within a few I
Homestead, a director of the Ever After Winning from Dunnellon still due to the association's cafeteria -, and served two terms, until 1020. minutes after the last vote was :I

glades Nation- Park Association Ugh School. 41-20, Homestead fund. Sixteen dollar of Several months ago he accepted, counted, shortly before B o'clock
and Miss Hester Scott director of High was eliminated In the state the 148.44 borrowed from the appointment to fill a vacancy on I Monday night A sound wagon

publicity. ,basketball tournament by losingto cafeteria fund has been repaid, the town council. arranged for ahead of time by the
Nominations for the annual Melrose High by a score of 2822 the report showed. I Mr. Soling is :77 years old, but I'aid* that proved victorious! went
election of officers and directorsof Thursday night ot last week. The cash price of the projectorand he has the appearance and vigor through the town spreading the
I the club resulting from the primary Coach Theo J. Bitter and his the equipment needed to go ,of a much younger man. He does news.
I election held last week were charges returned home last Sat- with it came to $81158, Mrs. It by scorning retirement. In the I

, announced aa follows: urday. I Ben Archer, the president I building be erected for a post of. Ventriloquist Slated
I For president-W. M. rifteld, With basketball off the slate,: Twenty-five dollar of the ltaled.1 i floe in 1911 when he was appointed -
\ O. B. Parker and C. H. Steffani. baseball, for the tint time In: Jector fund was a gift the town's first postmaster, he For Father-Son Dinner

. For vice-prealdlPnt-O. B. Par. several yean, la on the slate aa a i Homestead Townsend Club.A carries on the real estate and Insurance -
ker, C. R Steffani and Ben Archer. varsity sport for the local school film, "The* Romance of Mahogany business he established Vernon Hawthorne former state
For directors-Cha.. T. Fuchs The backstop on the new field ," was shown. 28 ago. :attorney and prominent Miami .
yean
l Jr., J. R Brooks, Wm. J. Geronimo, has been completed, and as soon The rhythm band, in pew blue 'Mr. and Mrs. SUling celebrated lawyer, will be the speaker at the
'. Dr. H. S. Wolfe, Edward Stilln"I II more dirt la hauled In to pad and white uniform made by WPA tbeuf. golden wedding anniversarya father-and-son banquet to be given t'
I Frank B. Rue. C. H. Steffaiu. Wade the diamond practice will begin workers played several number few months ago. They have in Legion hall Friday night of

Hunt George Wakefield and Max earnest, Coach. Bleier said. and sixth grade pupil sang Italian a daughter, Mrs. Lee H. Lehman next week by the Redland District ,
Christian Men's Union.
folk
Loaner. song
of Homestead.
Th guest speaker war Dr. W. M. O TRACY DEAD William Heater's room for the I Chief of Police H. Leslie Qulgg I

M. HUdson of Csrllnvine HI. Word was received here Tuesday fourth consecutive month won the THE WEATHER ad acompUihed ventriloquist, will t
president of Blackstone 'College of the death of Marion a Tracy high school attendance prise and head the entertainment program. .1
who spoke on The Rotarian as 10, former resident and Ice plant banner and Mrs. Edna Thurman' fftoW_ __.. .. a+a..rsIts.we..we II* will\ bring with him another I,
an Ordinary Individual" operator of Florida City on Monday room won the elementary school B..mtwa_ rime" I member of his department, an ex-

at the home of I daughter In attendance prise and banner. DM* I ''' L... .... magician who had years of experience ;
r..' '. A. POSTPONES SHOW Sanford with whom be bad been At the next meeting, Apr. 8, it Mar. 11 I --1-I (((30.OS\ I U vaudeville. W. M.
The Homestead PT. A. has residing for the past year. was announced, a Dad' Night program Mar. 12 ,111I| I 57 30.07 Fitleld I 11 chairman of the musical :

'postponed the moving picture Ht leaves his wife Mrs. Pearl will be given. Geo. L. Swan Mar. 14 _1 (4 17 |30.12 !program. 1
,show scheduled for today. The Tracy; a son Dr. Everett Tracy and Willard Fifield will lead In t Mar. IS | 1} | eo |30.OB\ I Each member U eked to bring

.first show of the to-" -rate aeries of Clearwater; and a daughter ,debate and Mr. Edna Thurman'sroom Mar. 16 L 88 'I tl >130,091 :his own sonV,, lacking one, IOme7 -
bt.olawn op Apr. IS. Mn. Jessie McGraw of Sanford. will present I minstrel show Mar. 17 n _-I| (0 t U one'elM's son;


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PasreTvro THE LEADEU-ENTERPRISE Friday, March 18.1933

.- after a one-week illness. record at the close of business onMuds
Power & Light Co.
"INDIAN GIVER"TAI II. II. S. NOTES Mr Plfleld fifth grade la making Declares Dividend 19.Swan '
a Hawaiian village to lea Mud, C. Hanks, president of
I KCLLA BALD, School Editor the company, staled that thin dlvfe)
{ BACK GIFT box.The Miami Mar. '-The board of
pupil In Mr*. 0,.'* room I dead I* the secoaxl which the company
Mr Heater tenth grade won directors of Florida Power & Light has declared In UK are sorry to lose Alvin Carpenterwho
FOR TREACHERY the attendance dollar and bannerat hat gone to North Carolina Company on Monday declared a year The other was paid I'
the P.?. A. meeting last Friday December of In1. He furflie
In honor of the birthday .f Jerome dividend of SI cent per share on
that the board of
night stated dirrctoi
and Eileen Seherr and Richard its 17 preferred stock of which
The expression "Indian giver Mn..1d substituted for Mrs. Dedler Monday, birthday cake has not determined upon a clef
used to describe someone who aback lees'I Becker Monday of this week. were drawn on the blackboard.The there are several thousand Florida alto dividend policy because
holder This dividend Is existing uncertain conditions attesting
that which he had previous Tuesday night wa school nightat pupil In Mia Ray' room
payable April 1 to stockholders of the company' operation
the Homestead Methodist ,
ly given a* a present, originatedIn surprised her Monday morning .
Church. The church wa decoratedIn with a flower shower which she I
the fact that all Indian demand
the school colon, green and I I enjoyed very much. Those on
the return of all gift from anyone white. The girls' flee club under I
the sick list this week are: Ernest I hereby announce
who has betrayed hit friendship my
the direction of Mr* MargaretMills Walters, Margie Pye, and Bate
or bM otherwise been guiltyof sank two songs, and Mr. Carpenter. The pupil In the I candidacy for nomina-
treachery. Rehwlnkle told of the various red bird class have started In their
This and other of Indian explanations custom anddescriptions courses offered In (tie high school. new reading book. ) "' tion to the office of

were given by George La Mere, The sixth grade classes are en-i j 1M,*. S. L. West substituted rev-
only Indian gradual of the University Joying! the study of current event, era I day this week In the absence I
and the pupils are bringing current of Mrs. Bird.Mn. I
of Miami In a talk to the STATE
event to class and putting .
Rrdland District Lion Club Tuesday Thurman' pupil are veryproud I
night Working with the them on the bulletin board of their new frog border
department of the Interior a* an Theodore Orfanedet and Albert which Dotty Home drew on the I
served fruit and cookies blackboard with colored ATTORNEY
Indian educator La Mere I* now Byrum Juice chalk I q
taking poet gradual work It the to the parent and friend of This class won the attendance
University of Miami. He Mr*. Wynn'i room after the P.- dollar and banner at the P-T A.I
sang
Indian songs to his own accom. T. A. meeting Friday night meeting Friday night The rnythm' of the Eleventh Judicial
i panlment with Indian drum rattle Mr Webb1 sixth grate pupilsare band will play in the elemental} K
Circuit of Florida sub-
and flute. glad that Harry Simpson Is assembly Friday of this week ,
A full blooded member of the able to be back in school again Mrs Edwards' class is lorry that ject to the Democratic
'Wlnncbago tribe of Nebraska, La Joan House I* out of school because I
Mere said the Indian of that of illness. Ira Degler and % primaries in Slay, 1938.
tale had always had the rightsof BIG LAND YACHT Oscar are able to be back after''
citizenship extended to all Indians being out because of illness I
throughout the nation durIng The first grade pupils in Miss
the Coolidge administrationwhen TO ARRIVE HEREON Jackson' room are very proud of G. A.'uvV0Xw hLEYraw
an Indian Vice-president their twenty dollars' worth of new
-Curtis, was In office. SAFETY library book Marion Anderson
Lion W. L risk announced that TOURI la able to be in school again after ( p.llticol eI.ettl
.S. F Pye had been reassigned a* _____ i I several weeks of illness.
traffic patrolman on Road 4-A lathe The Standard Oil Co. "safety
couth end of the county at cruiser, land yacht resembling
.the repeated request of the Lion a water craft with its pilot house
club of the county. Pye was and porthole, will visit Homestead
presented and upon assurance by Monday to broadcast through Its .
County Commissioner J. D. Redd,, public address system Its warningand
,
who was present, that the patrolman Its lesson of safety to the .
would be kept In the south: public. I
.end of the county, the member Carl S. Anderson local representative .
.f the club voted to co-operate of the Standard Oil Co.
with him In his work by reporting said yesterday that arrangements
all traffic violation that come to had been made to have the pupilsof
A LOT OF CAR
their notice. the Homestead schools inspectthe
Mrs. Lewis Brandenburg sangseveral safety cruiser at S:30 Monday
lolo to piano accompaniment morning. !i
played by Mr*. J. D. Redd. The pupil will be given an opportunity

CHURCH NOTICES the big to"erutoer"inspect.the which interiorof ha for a VERY LOW PRICE ..w

a spacious lounge, electrical kitchen
(or galley), Pullman-like sleepIng 4
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH accomodation for the crew,
Mar. M Morning sermon: running water, fire-proof projection
"a** With Us" avesJng...ser- room, two-way radio equip
mew "A Christ Who I* Ads.taste ,ment and many other features.church >I Ii

..far Today. i --1:;
1'1. tl Praer.11. school; 11, matins
subject: "Prayer and Mlaatana. sermons 1:1' Yeong People' : ,
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Service League.Wednesday7:31.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Holy En-
Mar. It Lesson-sermon chariot: I. litany and meditation. *
topics "Matter". "The Intermediate
Stale.*** -
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
Friday 7.JO p. aLl Lit. PRINCETON M. E. CHURCH
any and addreia. Mar. mVJermoB by the
Third Sunday la Lent Rev. T. Norton at IU a.
Jje Holy Eucharist: ':3" m. followed by Sunday schools
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The Ford effort to make your dollar ment that make it a till bigger bargain.
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. We have on display a full line of 1938 Apex ,
Refrigerators, Washers and Ironers. Also gas buy a constantly bettev oar i* well illustrated With the thrifty 60-horsepower engine, t"

i. washers for farm use. in the Standard Ford V8. the Standard Ford V.8 is priced especially I

It has all the basin Ford sdvntaes. low and fives the greatest gas 1

r APEX 1938 REFRIGERATOR .. It it built on the same chassis a. the>DeLuxe mileage in Ford history. Hundred ol 1

I The only balanced American line- regularly Ford V-8. It fives you a choiceof owners report avenges of 22 to 27 miles .!

;.., dry refrigeration, air conditioned refrige- smooth 85-horsepower or 60-Jborse- a gallon-or even more. : f

\' ration and two-zone refrigeration, with the power V.8 engine But it sells at low Your pocketbook will approve of the) 1.1. \
cold storage compartment. We have terms to
fit your pocketbook. Call for a demonstration. price,and includes bumper,spare tire, Standard Ford in every way. And so ,

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;t 1 j Friday, March 18,1938 THE I.EADER-BNTERPRISB Paw Three ,

!!1ILRS.CAGERSGO '" '' mostly hauled to Goulds and Chuch Boards InvitedTo u

I The Early Days of Rcdland ; .I" the and railroad those ran.town The through groves Ministers' MeetingThe

r j FAR IN 3 YEARS By Elisabeth Halnliam. ; not started by modern ar Redland District Ministerial.

"" ,,,,,,",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,," """""" '"'''''"' ''"'' "'' ''''"''''''" ''''''"'': .. The ground was Association will meet In the Baptist
burned off and the stomps were
1, RECORDS SHOWLooking I .U the < hall W "TNniMMInto Sunday school building Mon
No church house was to be had burned out To start a grove seem
loa ....... a UM .".*>.... l>_._" day evening at 7 clock. The
... and services were held Sunday ed an endless Job In those days.
which pressed he tlw HmtvHm *l UMTM every I
I "., ......... official boards of all the churchesand
,11.% Ma.rt..e5 III w R"4A : in the Silver Palm schoolhouse Another occupation not so com-
........ k.... ... nklkllM >lKlMrirt floe I the husbands and wives of the '
: backward over the .....1... Fr." f.U.U ..U toIM ... This was not denominational mon was working In one of the i w
k basketball season MMMM4 ......11' In DM L..N.L.t.- One Sunday Methodist three mills Halnlln board member art Invited to eta
Just completed a Zapf. and t
*rta.. KM* W tow ..!... fta s... ... written tend. ,
la the light of what has been minister gave the next a Drake's.At .
ac- kr a wirfmiil iMwtt ...4w MMTblM .sees sermon
I: complished the past three years 'it Mb allow raise, 1_....... Baptist and so on. ,'I first Drake built a small I I followed There will by be a a musical pot luck programand supper, f

i it appears tint Homestead High In IMS Redland had hardly been The mall points were Princeton. mill to saw lumber for his large a special address.
: School has come a long way Not heard of. At that time the gtodo Naranja, Homestead and Black ,one which, .when completed, furnished !
only have thai Individual boys PoInt. Every: day. a postman employment for about one I
; benefited from the experiencegained and other low portion of land brought mail from Homestead hundred and fifty to two hundred i,
. but the school as a whole were to covered with water that down to Bauer's store for the Red- men \A

I, also has attained enviable prestige people traveling In this section of land citizens A rural route was | A doctor, the qnly one for yean r
, both within the district and the country often had to get out made by the postman three timesa i was kept at Drakes mill. Each
throughout the state of their wagOfM to talk In low assuring week from Naranja through Sil- ,' worker at Drake's mill had a A P
',. "Bitter as the pill of defeat In ver Palm and Eureka district In dollar taken out of his month j
the state toummept has been it I* tone to the fdghtentd good weather he rode a bicycle; wages fur the support of the doctor ,
felt that the experience will becf horse M they were raQidJy jpklng in bad weather he came on mule I Unfortunately this doctor I II
untold benefit to the teams that In the mire.I Several times 110..1181 and wagon but this trl-weekly ,I was often unavailable and many ,1
Homestead will put on the floor in or mules came nest drowning. route was a hardship. 1 I times the pioneers had to go to
the next few y*.rs." said Coach One place of this type vie Just A trail from Tennessee road to 'MiamI for medicine
Theo J Bleler yesterday outh.of Quail Roost road. After Krome avenue was used In 1906 I I Between 1911-12 Doctor Tower i .
An analysis of the records for I approximately fifteen )'ell1'a'they several men helped the Halnllns I came down ta Homestead Our ,
the past three years shows that began the drainage which,makes to start Halnlln drive with mat- Redland District should give Doctor 1
Homestead has won 39 games, tied lit a wonderful country (j'live tocks and grub hoes At this time Tower a good dead of praisefor GeneralPublic
one, and lost 31. In the 1939193S : farm In today it was not known as Halnlln drive I his woi'k. Often he was called:
season Homestead won six i The usual way of coming from but as Halnlln Mill road since the I i in the middle of the night to his
t tames, tied one, and lost 14. During Miami to Redland was to (o on I saw mill was at the corner of Haln- i rural patient and W*. only means UtilitiesHomestead
the 1936-1937 season 10 games rock road by the way of Cutler Un drive and Redland road. Red- : of transportation bicycle I|
were won and 14 lost This year then to Perrlne-Peters; then out land road a rock road to Home Several times he! t Awn; | cases Inj I Phone IOS-M
Homestead won 23 and lost only on a trail Quail Roost: and on to stead, was used mostly for hauling the night and 'returned
three-a record to be proud of Silver Palm. groceries to the stores. The stores to his tfyne In JVrTtr"1: h* wa.'
Figures show that Homesteadover Silver Palm at this time was were started In approximately: uttttr l'Ildxhaus't:' '.,{ ,
the ,three-year period has quite a trading center. A school 1904. The groceries were at :1 Thus we get a picture of the
scored a total of 1811 points to its was made here and another where first hauled from Cutler by hone many hardships and attainmentsof mm G. BALLNOTARY
opponents 1544 Further statistics the Redland Woman's Club house and wagon Then several years the old pioneer Some of these
show IKaf Homestead three years now Is. There these schools had later there was a railroad put are the following: Dan Roberts riBLIO
ago scored 399' points to Its oppon- few pupils and one or two teach- through to Homestead so they were (who was a nurseryman: ),Milliards, '
ents' 469. Last year Homestead ers. The Instruction went M far able. to buy groceries for their Hill, Ooumans, Kosel, Will Anderson I
scored 60S points, or an increaseof as the eighth grade. and for higher stores there Many a time the pioneers Moody, Ingraham, Ross,l Fire Insurance.and
206 points, while the opponents learning the pupils had to leave returned to their small one I Thomas Brewer, Dan Hardy Bauer :
scored 886 This year the team home to attend some other school. or two room homes to find that and Norwood. We as clu- Kindred Lines.
One Mr. Leonard the Of the crude of Redland should offer
scored 893 points, an increase of year managed I Jolting roads had tens our
248 point over last year, and 494pcinti I to petition a wagon for the purpose i mixed their flour sugar, and grits.' sincere appreciation to these peo. '
of taking the children to The main occupation of tr-, homesteaders i pie Who laid such wonderful 19 N. Krome Are;
mora than were scored in
I school but It not used after'' f. for modern
the 1939-1936 season Opponentsof was was tomato raising 'tend trndatlon our RedI I
Homestead this year scored that one year I gi
only 489 points In other words, I
Homestead has increased its scorIng -
ability from 399jpoints to 85) I
points In the past Hire jMtftd while I
the opponents' scoring abfljty has I

increased gjjly. ,90 nts-nfrom i
469 to 489. ". '" I

Three years ago the IPrerage'I' I
number of points sco,trd pr' game
was 19 points; Ian year, 23 po'nt. ..
and this year C3; po"''hII p,,,nt EVERY FEATURE HERE fOR SWIFT
a minute and a gain of 14 points: 1 ,
per same in three yeai"s.

The team percent for field,
SMOOTH SAFE PERFORMAMCE-FROM A
shot was good with ",no out of
every four, or 2511 f'r the season
-In regard to free throws, man\,
games were win In 1 hat dtlP.M-1 BIG POWERFUL ENGINE TO KNEE.A T/ N

tnent of the Same nkn,', The,
tea. average on., free throws w.,.

82% for the seaepn.Cparlie UN/STEEL FISHER BODY AND DEPENDABlE ,
Little was high point I Y I fa/IY
mart this :year with 238 points. W1-;1 1llam.
McMichael was second with'' 'i' I"
JMl>oint*; Pierre VrO-, third SUPER-HYDtiAULfQ/BRAKESw.
143 and M Dis'iop''
wilt ; an .
fourth, with 1ftMcDantel _.'._
arA Caves soil: W lost
to It H. S.'s bfttfcetball squad nc\1
:year as botn: wt them ire servo ', I
"McDallM J -' UjUindini, ability
to. stick w4IK SfpM&n and I prevewmjcm
taarnt. well i bn screw
m .**dMt Coach hider "11 r C
will his talent t to Pot'l the ball oft
the backhOfi, hart def"osr, v
and offensl tl;', 111 reemel''v i'- far
possible situations, It \ 'I L p .
har4 to find n pow< 1 ro I ,c"<-I' ,an.
guard t.* replace n.I'd'V'C.w,: <"
His ability to.o u: Illeaklll'l'k
speed and stop on a dim has i pared '.
'the team out of many a t"It.
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Negro Sentenced to 30 Olt,

Years Declared Insane A i Fly tV Al AHMq f REl I IAcca

James McRay, negro who entered -
the home of John Seymour' Ito ]4aryfor3ode
'On South Krome avenue on .U>*: gT1"esasch30tn M I
eight of Felx 27, and was sentenced I fu slatio to Waite eweor935Old
to 10 ye.r3Ie penitentiary
was adjudged insane at a sanity v <, O agra nor
hearing this week In M amiMcRav .
1e from C< ''J1':' <. and i ;p I .. El1'an set fuf!d 0.

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TlELEADER-ENTEPvPRlSE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE |(you might have It la aft Its fullness -,Icjusivcly tbat we frequently said. "We have all body types
and unfailing grandeur 'I think of life entirely apart from and horsepower variations right
rived rev.O so Seams" Ile.or LECTURE' bodily. conditions or the physical hereon the floor H
The Psalmist Tbon win
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concept of R Ia thinking back The demand for Buicks and Poottacs -
feel AKaU EMTOI_ .mm,. ."CkTMtea unwine Siii.iilUta. M* m.IMMV. .,:shew me the path of life: in tij,lover acme ef the beautiful experi.ences has been so great tbat In-
.AJUOU* JJUCI AMBta -ne at w0.d..i ." _.I presence is failaeas of Joy; at.thye'er which have cone aato our cteastagly large shipments have
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d .. r. M..r.I -tdl .. i:)right band then am yWaiurrs forM 'I lives, the surrounding conditions been ordered so that there win be
an/"d r wed .r winMa l!=:.:'at..wen...:.:: 0.C. s.L..wide 'rr:1 evermore"What"h Ms path which:land attendant circumstances have eo delay to supplying purchasers
-& L Hit. r% ma 40610_ofwI ern"- .d, run a.of of QorIoITIoo" Thin ,_a.be.M caiaa, N _w'leads i to r..aunrbw" "'-'"ift and nb see e.40W of lifef Jesus, our great Master.'](the Ion and graciousness expressed
.... M w revealed It for all time when" be'' lieges .. and on. Sometime
ewM nIC'. sun a nM Harold Ella Grionell
let mt ask you to ao back fa I declared "And this to life eternal.I the b.m"i events do not readily
thought ever a lone lapse of centuries mat they might know Glee this: recur to thought bat the kindness Diet ia Florida City
Welfare Board Now Has and eonleaiplato one ef the only true God. and Jesus Christ, which shaped the events to never
Office in Perrine Store 1 most dramatic scenes lit dietary'whoa the* bed ....." Te house !forge Man. W* may know very Harold Effla: GrinasII. U aa
It occurred during the ministry tied the*, fa lieu --tbat tittle about the material conditions invalid tar many: yean' died yesterdsy *
r The state welfare board of District of our Way-jhower, seem the abundant Me whose llssMatiaavdisease I er personal habit of someone and flenason. at lilt home ia
Nine Is opening aa office Christ As he went about doing and mortality are ma.known. I,....as wo observe his kindly deeds Florida CHy Burial win probably '
at BarfieVTs slam to Perrioe. an- his beneficent works among -.' To gate the nlimited and and noble acts, we think of him, take place Sunday with funeral -
nousxes Mrs. E"I,. W Sanders, ow Muter ease up.. a mon who affluent sense ., life Is the great 'to the.words of our tounortatabafcespeare. arrangements in charge ef
enter visitor who with Mrs. C U bad bee bUnd from his birth.With privilege of averyone ncI leads to He hath a daily; Turner Funeral Home relatives
Ootoy has charge of the Homestead that sublime eompaaekM and unfailing that fullness, Joy which is maw beauty In his life." libel a said last night
d office nil Perrlne office i. tenderness wtth which he I true heritage. To reach the Ugh Uful thing to be said of beau-j! Bora ia Mew London Ohio, MrCrtnncll .
will tie open on Wednesday mornings .:was endowed, and relying on that] goal we must understand the great came Homestead laim
b from s till U o'clock The --0' power of God by 'fact that life ia purely and entinK and moved to Florida City .
offset space will be donated by :means of which he did his mighty 1||ly spiritual The human mind, 22, BUICKS AND with his mother, Mrs. Hannah j
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Mr the onveaienee of.works he restored the man's unenlightened by divine facts,. has I CrinneU. two yean ago Other
:a"r't-: I 1i1h1.1 largely thought ef life : relative here who survive him
" near Perrtne |One would naturally'... very as PINTIASINONESHIPMENT( ( <
; those who saw this beneftc: "material organic, mortal and finite are aa aunt, airs. Cora Belle Grin-
The Homestead office to looted!,!suet accomplished would rejoice i It has conceived of life old, and three cousins, Claus Grin-
in the McCrory Arcade Office 1 laid' be (lad, but the carnal mind.i!largely In terms of physical: processes I HEREWith old, Mrs. a B. BeaWe and Mr
' dan here are Tuesdays and Fridays II I even aj it does today,.began to mortal events, or material I I Letter Scboenfeld. J
from t tin II I
: j,question Jesus' authority to per- 1 conditions. And yet, upon careful i .J
Anyone In South Dade who form such mighty works In Justl'ficatian .: thought and close analysis, we no I arrival of twenty-two
wishes to get old age _!lta,1 I!I' of his actions and In explanation 'readily see that human life is mortally I II 1038 Buick and Pontiac models yesterday GIRL SCOUT NEWS 1 I
aid for the blind or WPA work of lids.jlorioue\ mission;I mental and yet not corporeal 1 Preston & Bird of the By AWe B>m., Scribe I
must make application. at one of he utttered those sublime words,,Ia speaking of "my life," "his life", motor company that bean his
these office I which for alt time explained the or "her life" to what do we refer? name, announced that his showrooms The regular meeting of the Girl 1
reason for fcla+omlng and the Do we not have in mind what one would have the moat complete Scout was held Tuesday at the J
r Noted Missionary1" 1 I purpose of his loving ministry thinks what be knows that of selection of new cars ever home of Mrs Skin. Field Day
Help In Mission School am come that they might have life,(I which he at conscious Such brought Homestead at one time I will be held in Miami April 2. A
',and that they might have It more '''I'phrases ... Ills...dI. very peaceful The prospective buyer of. 'scout orchestra Is being arranged.We .
Mlw Smart Adams of Jackson.1 abundantly" life" "He has a very Buick or Pontiac can make his have a trumpet clarinet xylophone 1
villa and Dr. T. W. Ayan of Atlanta -1, With such. a tangible proof before 'nappy life" "His was a very selection and drive off with the drums tenor born, French
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useful life show us eon- car of his preference" Mr. Bird born and piano.
will come to the First Bap-. them as the blind man s haling :- :
'Church of Homestead coo- what hopes this ringing deela1
duct a school of mission the week ration of Truth must have arous-
of Mar 7-Apr. L |jed* What courage It must have'
Miss Adams, Baptist state secretary Jnsplrtdl How faith must ha vc-Jn-j:
for youut people work win creased In C d'. healing presence1 d
To those who for long had beidn I
conduct a mission story hour for M
boy and atria every afternoon ate fcediof.on the dry.husks of doff: Better -
TM and a mission study class for:Macs riles, and ceremonies, wha.5 Buy ,
*. of encouragement11'i :
is" vaoite' every evening 1IIt source : :
have ifeontraveruMa 1 t < .
must been -witness air it -
lIS.M. Ajwr erill speak rwtI'f--, .jtwW ..* 'a riving} ,0'
divine afflatus wtuck would .
bring
tec at a
o'clock.0rihdlege Me evidence that futhieas W Las; "
-1 It. ; -hawj divine-wttv-oM, l4 asMt-vtmld deb j :
one atnoftf us who b-speatl."etroy Jet human Uta. Christina
27 :years'* f.medical'minion aryI j C' k
$SciancaHba some to thto ate to so.auattt G.U I
aIM system_fcuilttbetntl! humanity :
hospital.- said ..,.. Rev SBWUgenttfUAx
Baptist. }WtthoolNlr iiI_ ..:e, all....n6'dioo<
C. N.,... .,pastor of thecburelu, riM tMe.ab7thR'b ttle
Every ...* who CM Weso'*sHs* 1 has. ...w..ttw.. ..
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Naranja Boy at U. of F. Becomes Boxing -

Redland BT SHOUT Rattler HAMJSESS I Champion of Southestern Conference' HIS Aim IS TO S rvttVo .

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The fifth meeting of the Student The Installer and repairman fcwws that the leas,
alflily-ta fact now they are hands telephone
ally News Service)-Until Henry .
Council WM held Tuesday. Mar from dependable .
ware :
of a champ. you nerd turn, the more sainlacUon you'get }
II, The meeting WM called to Howard Graham, SI yean old last service. ",
But it WM when they brought, telephone
order by the president Albert New Year's Day came to the University back news to the hotel room wherehe H. wage a battle with sleet rain arid>*VtT* wl MI
Hatalin. The lunch room com- of Florida he had never WM resting for Us tint fight with lesser trouble such M carelessness in leaving the receive :
H l riPHttee. Emily Engel Marl KeiO.i .
had a pair of boxing gloves in his and the news WM that Jerk Long off the book which may require :rwoal visit bv him :
' Charles Burr gave a report
\ find hands-had new seen a boxing had
: lost, and the decision I
on a bill they have bee. planning bout Today he's the IB-pound him had been unfair, something against' tie U winning his battle too for bas! LtfJUm ft the cm* ;
Wry think we now have the nub boxing champion of the Southeast started to boa Inside 11 H. Graham want effort to make your service 1DOI'f"ft\I; morr.ree fromjmperfcctions.
problem la the cafeteria solved. era Conference, and the little town that probably hot -a teammate 'I error and delay are the kiAiflks fa the Bell' .
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_. A discussion on the proper war of Naranja down there south of suspected WM happening. In, Telephone Laboratories who contribute the,rwesnh: the ;
to salute the flag WM brought be- Miami, must be bustling with fact, he himself didnt know that Western Electric Company, which make, and distributes ,
fore the home and the representa- pride Just as are folks around the it WM determination personified bigh quality,uamlarduxd equipment,and the paining atiiv.
.. lives creed to see to it that the Cator campus tonight that WM moulding itself within Wes classes salute with the civilian
The Henry Howard part was his Itt-pound frame efficient on the job
salute rather than in the military trimmed down to just H. H. when And his first fight\ -against the It is man-died Job. There were 1,079,692 Southern Bell ;
manner
he came to college, and it was defending champion bristling Ar
But didn't all"stay
telephones in service at the end of 1937. they
Raising: fund for the purpose one round after another today of"Congratulations. tie Fowler unbeaten this season. disconnected
of buying awards for honor students .. H, IL" What The Alabama boy was an overwhelming put. for installers connected 236.7S8
wu discussed but nothing WM belting this youngster's favorite. But as IL H. JS9.2U.nd moved 106,512 this J'UC'TIttp' requiring both a
definite was decided on. It was achieving the pinnacle la probablyas recalls It, be went la there to "connect and "disconnect" operation.
suggested, however that the Student ruggedan.'athletic conference: avenge that news about Jack Long Learning to do a constantly improving job fa the aim of Y
, Council edit a school papr. a*there la in the country and as it turned out he WM avenging the installer and repairman which i is in harmony with the '
; A committee of Margaret Griffin, Modest, unassuming you would two more subsequent decisions Bell Systems desire to give the most telephone service and I| r
Mary Ann Brown and Mary Eleanor never pick H.,H,6ut to be a box that turned the Florida boy sick, the best at the least COM consistent with, financial safety. ;:
Williams was appointed by the I er. But lined he's been at the 1 those on Cap Steve O'Comell
president to decide on something university in addition to making,and Donald Davis' -and Fowler .
definite concerning the matter good grades as he pursues a degreeIn I just wasn't in it with Graham I SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH Cod a
limn Borfardt t. c. Davis and chemical engineering he has Coach Proctor likes to review: that
Bobby Ape were appointed to teamed lots about the art of boxIng I whippir, H. H. gave the battled: IMCOMOIATI
mete a filing cabinet in which to from Carlos Proctor, and today'from Alabama t
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file the schedules of all the stud. "
cuts so that they win be availableto : II i

everyone lOt all times. .
Through a mistake. In bookkeeping c..": .
Ruby NelU's name has
WE'NE'
not appeared on the honor roll for ED
the following months: second
month high honor roll: third

.,__ _month, low; fourth high; fifth, .
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Among those teachers who will
attend the annual teachers convention
In Tampa Mar. U. M, and
M are Principal Cart Wagner Miss
Rebecca Fisher J. Q. Caldwell
Miss Katherine DevlsMIIas" Myrtle GOOD USED CARS
Kerfoot Miss Ruth Murray Miss

.Margaret. Delaney and D. R. Sny-

The QvlUn contest for the besteasy
on ""Good Citizenship" closed
March 1J> Ethel Robert Ilsbs r

lor witted class the and test will paper enter la the ChIn con*. i '

teat for the cup. The best essayIn : J :

the Willis Junior Baxley class: WM In the submittedby sophomore AND T RIJCIIlIS

class. by Charles Burr; and
In the freshman class. by Marjorie .

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given
.. CHEVROLET DEALERS'
USED CAR STOCKS ..
The Rev. William Kearney, S. : .1
J. .f Miami. win be master of .
''the one-day retreat for men to be WERE GREATLY REDUCED' 'DURING NATIONALf f
given Sunday at the Gear Catholic
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Church In Miami. .
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Members.. of the Southeastern USED .
CAR EXCHANGE WEEK
District of the Holy Name Societyin
Florida will sponsor the retreat
which ls open to all Catholic ,
laymen The program for the

day retreatants will begin assemble at 7:4 J a.to m..attend when Now's the rime to trade your car for a NEW CHEVROLET t

and general communion in

,4"bod".mass.Following. mass, a breakfast and -r. "' .; . Come in today and get our liberal offer i ..t

business meeting will take placeIn

ierla.the Gem At lUG parochial: a. m school. the cafe-first .1" jmffiflffr 80 gnat hare been derrofct r'QKM In-IBM sentSee the Iriot. jl I i

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sermon of the day will be given. deakrti'odes of used tan and -fus sew CL TroIet for 1933-th*ear that ittrucia ;
After luncheon come two more "
sermon and at 4, benediction :Z -*o low ia our supply of';certain completsand the new 1938 Chevrolet F

asks and modeU-that we iul, good t 2 i&lA, Anftonkn At motion! \! ji
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Italian Restaurant used can and truck to balance oueatocLa. Learn how easily you
Italian Spaghetti Diseases r'-, : ',1W means we are In an excellent position ,iputf, new, raodrro.to-the..w.oute a.n.4" > t

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7* of grade amazing the reived a teresa dream .... d:sr'g ,Iii: j
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Bread um Hol that -t.wg j---t ja t, were .hJ,.=':ec slims
: dgnitaaloiter a hy componied ale :I rca. un. Jn ctven n'm
; plant Company Baking 5-uchs the! 'lUBmV'n.cr" nt_ama-e of gups hstil
to came Trophy Freer the n Wh tiwouW one ,Uuj.er
0 Award AMaasewsm Letter Ctaper Icr n fir
laa4. \hire an be leak ,
Hofctun. of Home Eroi'llfir i"! *So derided promoter a j
& the In chance to left Is ;him No boom it tH of t rt.t- the In ...
good baked choicest brushed being were

alffro the ef .tram eadleea that with -CobowaCaris bnstu7 s'jr. no. Ue in tweet
mterfe would which' lines power 'c rate 1.re ant; :er""sIc1n..Ji't
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k of idest w th en ::\ -i boo The
ot the against order working.ronst I|I bred Holism
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tUsntfQit. Diesel: A ''tx'C basis the tr''nit. to ,,..n what
case. 'jutID Into ehea then shaping
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-W" provide. can management th reality become improvements i cad.ne"H in t.* Moor and ,new

inset until bat imwrevemeBbX m 1 I I First' E a bmkijiat a Into was
progressive and supervision and checking :scientific equipment improved remit. soon wB shlppiBg fat its I the time That necessary:
pure lacflv better for rampnlsjii. becamafhetr I :;' .n.Corona a
ingredients. that product bt is-the pledge Holsum's past. the in c' believe leaders. BUOQMSS recently I i I la .or ena its\ of accord hopes *roade ISM

as future the In field. the of ahead step a kept always has management .; *aground tw inadequate run basing stffl ar ships faeBUfes canine

far-seeing Holsum's demand. that meet To market. its of growth the by ., harbor-tratI all Miami blocking entrance weeks. channel for Be. I I(FuchsTJ I to years of many fame for the ample"but be world esma.

only limited was demand its that superior so product a beginnings-but x I II narrow *th.lnthe ginamluil idemar< i I heat bettered was It ad.Homat
>
Val Pros
when InfainMe.I net i in enue A Flag'.r: South on vtdM

Humble words. thousand a than better story Holsum's tell They South. the w was thatPro'tnapmtatieo port learned their men late business .'Uti'1 I Were facilities rn''fK''d' greatly
and Nov; made Was more tint
in bakery independent largest as "' Mt 1925. la Back t. p1a any'Comj I i
the advance Company's Baking Fuchs the and .and<:.d" the meet longer .
: Fucha"Bakin& the .. mill flour I Io: could bakery ina;: ,o the 1919 By
;' in steps the are above Pictured pace. kept has Holsum field-and every the between facilities: transportation Florida. -... to
is] breakdown temporary of ahty I purch&setb could they goods
bakery.
in knowlsdg3 manes increased vastly have years Twenty-five product eventu- the against guard to house best the on up stocking inside war
,
original that on reflect not does better far is loaf Holsum today's that fact The w ..- flour ware-best the the la of held qnuUtsn are obtainable Great t he-I'' owners parked their Miami while from doer can the awn for

day. equipment Miami. South far headed car box la 1 were there occasions On .......
its
of and knowledge possible was .
the with that bread 5- In be shortly will equipment that 'I I ..just-2&.jood-a..a-bak. that buy

best thc baking-shop class first a was start its had Company Baking Fuchs :- Bolsum 01 piece a of certain loaf m pretty ef ureeilsmi its bread :villagers to I in ....aud. were farmers around and tattoo,cosnmon for j

vvhero Bakery Homestead tiny The Album. Anniversary 25th sum's I the to add lei which eBttipment 1,nrrnmsif were es .omoh.Au ity
of piec a with oat. eomes rapedrater amuiDa with. frend! Tuning(

Hol. of pages the through back glance we as achievement of I 0 ssaastoo a When office- "fuss: i bakery The bread of quality.
thatlea by for watched being are tea superior\ a bating on kept jr
pride real a feel we but-ridiculous sometimes are PICTURES" LD ingredients quality higher other : .is...... T. Charles grew Euslwis t
machinery baking I
m advancements i a BfiasoJ To shade
methods baking in Improvements .
st.rame First W. & at

1f gnEa: ETrr&n for lookout the on *ar buyers beet.pay-ithe j i j' ..stands Krome still SoOth home an i aai Homestead,orit That

i rOB EMaND: SnOWING r1.0BtIriS) : : -season Comf:Baking the ef Fuchs Regardless the section section.or | T them.Charles of three baker an was the and..r} ,Fsjch kerf

another Is it lliiue ffiyiu grain. .
SOUTH tuti- atsAhisti !tae the .qual.ty tat.\!>:boo s the the aud rrak.ti.t> .;'c'.r the .of;..pose urir
K..ES
I .
TO jH RtJ-W or YEans' 5 2 .1 .best seasons the with has state vary one crops imes Wheat Some t ec e enhre. .n oC! tl
:* '
ctxaLnthe L: 1 )t-vt >' !.t tho
bough! be can that flour best
to I l"
the for search never-ending a uIn>da; the half ve .. hot .( ( stead
.
nation the of markets grain the lUll: mother loaf r:U o..t.1 wh'.c i
watch- la *office front the roils tactJo.nd good aa 0:1 >ucr ad,or o'
and bread deamous In best the loa.1 .1 aeei! I \ j ,I Ta'u
._ of stream endless the out turning Chart -rd : .- .',0.: ..'
: '
are ovens .. .
CIPntIo the While t. "
d'roart:.o :' com tile
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Active Office Front ajout: oht r : ui.iifly; : *iner
... _
:: v bread RoUum in omeneas* ia hca 'Cl'a Bru old terMs
tdtn-whole- putting of process he I -I rfil SCT and coujthln-***T"
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.. .. -- -- of part a aB Its c. PiatoI walla I' quality tf" r:*pl**
: -: ...... and Coon leaves that scrubbing I pn-flt sacrifice would Bs ,bafe **A
"-.., .,. a ...react >m eatjNawa I. *IH II 'o.>lit -. i ii
; entire the night EaW ca.employ bike to ws: eotntorsed and, t'ne4

of: contentment sad comfort tthe', : subsequently has aw. which
for making in phase one only vjare I rhea aba abidedWe bits hi it >

bewglsby,

,_ 4 dollar-

<
tip .. .... pioneerUr
Intbor eliIuDeDt rhea tint bwortRDt cod busmen tfacket
im- more la product of vaafity*her i hicsOy .*simpte-ae one was Then
that evtdeDce convincing Ia plant ra.<'front nation extends that
,. : the through trip A bread HOSJDI! I i breed the do to out set they what'
of loaf each of making the into
I shed acconipl who men of breed
:rye goes ,that quality. to attention the >a were Oakland States Vatted
4
le and sanitation to attention strict I the! of output southernmost..
scientifically the see them letting the then we what to mangroves
: : inspection of tours en customers the through way.their hacked who

en; take to business> good it found lea. pre Th *done. .b. can't "It :say t
It bom present-day this of
iI who today. of ekeptics *th of Bone
Islead Company Baking.. Fncha. The him about were there t..d Home
..- in concern .....ODe- his tahUohing
the behind com to tainted / ** was Fpehs Mr young: When
use- __ they wiler. bat ,, ,tj ......Hem..pb. Western the in
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-exdiaTiy upon to merely
look not
ciues known-best the of mac to tag i
-invited were visitors where rttrt. Show
vil- fishing a from strides Wants
a Florida Sonth of places show of story the parallels R Florida
Industrial the of *on aa emerged South
of development commercial
Company Baking Fuchs .the the of story the is Company PiH'"t
: finished was Job that When erj Fuchs the of development century
BI E \ bak super-wiper a practical ore quarter-of-a- this of story The
11 something into it convert to work Florida South With Crow
: to set and theater super-wiper that moethao
over took MjJmm ef bakers The
f I three than more for establishment
Converted Building Theater I
i Homestead original that operated
_Yal honest and quality of :
hate today
would !bakrry modern
cornerstone the on business
built
the this t in alone bill yeast weekly The
to hindrance a than rather lp.,n
room operating
hospital a as
late
a was demand in
their 'aetine
'' -immacu: as kept one each trucks
ex more becoming money their
write glistening 20 of fleet a to way
tor mon uiWg caner were they
given has truck Brash lung" *on
tact the and breai' ate sull ,oldi -
I That Company Baking Fuchs
Peo much. so business tis affected,
th of trademark
"Holsum the
hadn'te boom thrt of Breaking; '
bearing day per
bread of
loaves
area. Uiimi Greater: the 40000j
ih i center the atirer something ery i than more become haw
plant Homestead even one little
_
that in production of teat amsting
; I eLy resort premier I I I'downright a represented Which
}COMPANYr BAKING aatioa' the ini Itself Miami j i day per bread of loaves 900 The
i it I of growth the paralleled bakery : Daily Loaves MM Predates
independent largest
Souths the ; r bread! Hokum purchase they
eFUtHS r1 id v r as position Its into Company) i when country entire the In hake
Baking rnchs the of growth I I to possible bread best the eating {
the that idea the on based :
'I are visitors wiotar and FloridJaas
--------- was pictures the of Selection
____ 'South today that proof definite I .
Bread. Noreen of bakers: ,

s t 1 of,Company anniwraary Paklin 70ip the Fuchs the I I,are entire trophies the hi Thee products State bread United ,'

2 I Iof,handling the hi efficiency la
9 -eelekrating advertisements of series a
'S l-S.@l feature will society Ajnencan -,imprevemcnU gteafesl the of emblematic

; $-ir.- of wHra" 1ela. the was .,Trophy WUlhnni R Paul the and
hotel! Pahn Royal trW groat eks b.k Ameria'apa. ame.g
.' 9t the and Bay Btscayne of helium auahty to eompottftoei a m Trophy
:.. -. ............ ... ,
j I I S the at aim was park Bayfront .Freer M. Barry *th won, baa afiami.
5' i '. when,street Flagkr an .er....- ,South located:: now plant modem
: biggies\ sad neraea ....Ukura !thoroughly his from bread

: :;. : L -- ii. : in day -i.0.; ; cf .1 bakery-Delicious aD4 8catI the all In plant
o> ,1 finest tile is celebration
\ -... I REVIVEDPbotas r that of scene .th And ........
d" }. ," F BE TO i bakery the m anniversary,
s' ._'" alabratiege4..e I. Jr Fnehs. T
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"" .fI... PHOTOS iIfliAMl! : :1:..:Char enterprise. pioneer ,. *
I : ..._ rpise that in figure central the ..,. ..? !
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a J I -' ---.- .. ._ t 'ompauy.t DatiDg

I ': } Fuchs the of beginning the announced nrodamatian This

t .,' .. s.( Bakery "Facto printed bravely sides its across and truck .

i -s. .4 .. '. f : .... ;. Brush one-cylinder old an up picked Homestead of town tto
I '- f.. in structure frame little a bought eroceryman County Dade

;: pioneer a of eon the ,week this ago year Twenty-five


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..\ .. .,-. .Paw Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, March 10.19 ,

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''at the Port Graduate, fyXaKtLfle MMGet! Vercoe arrived I af kjCobenoau i* rei ..
weighed lIVID and a half pound* Monday for a one-week visit at covering from I hand:! '

her home here. M.... R. D. Bart-
Jlround Noel SteHani, younger eon of dlcwo. Mia Richard Mattaon JI
In and II Jett of nd daughter,
Mi. and Mn. C '
HStcUiir4.* la 01 Doris Bartfett, are_fueita of WtVercoe. South Miami Sunday after a'.-
with the meaale i'
, F with bro
hit
.
: ., >u j week stay
'' Mr. and Mr-*. L. L. Summer -- allterInJaw.lr.. and
Homestead !and Mr. and Mr Claude c. High dolph Matuoo.
niece left
yesterday !
JU-
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, and tamflyand Mr. and Mr* Dan
venna, 0.. after a ten-day vUt AQr;;;
, Haberlandt and of Miami Mn
with Mr. and Mrs. _,. K. Bishop ton wereSunday Mr. tad
and family. guests at the home of Mr. Hint Mich, were
and Mrs Rudolph Mattaon. of Mr. and Nr. R i. Derb
Mr. and ..... Sam t, Dart have brought to the Post Graduate hoe- Mr. and Mr*. Tom Richard, ::
.* guests V. C. Squier of Battle pltal yesterday for treatment o!f fitter and brother-in-law of Mr*. to. Mr. and Mr*. I. U Ql<

, Creek, Mich. famoua maker of an infection on her right hand. A. Gram, arrived lat week from have occupied IIIII .
violin. Mr Squier and Mn.Bquler' ---- Milwaukee Wl to to visit Mn. Truman Royal In the the J. TT Simmons house I IContinued' "
,
spend several
MlchMILaUy of Yonken. N. V,, Robertson I' J>f. Twetra
d sister, Mrs. Emma Jane month at the home of J IJ. Gram apartment ( on _)
, who I* visiting at the Briggs home
Payne of South Haven Mich., whoA on West Plummer drive.
,arrived Tuesday for I stay of *e'II. on r.rm.lJtt oad underwent a -
I. era! week minor operation at the Post Graduate Mr. and MCrnea: of
u hospital this week and remained Cleveland who are visiting relative CARD OF THANKS
r" T. J. Faint left for Chicago Saturday there to receive treatment IQ Redland announce the ;

to attend a baker1 con tor iheunatim. birth of a son, James. OB Mar. 10
VOTERS OF FLORIDA CTTTi I sincerely avtredale ,
vention. He plant to return la the Post Graduate hoepiUL
'7u da,. Mr.' and Mr*. I* Duncan of re-ehcting me to the efflee of marshal and 4 aeiare jvt I
f' Burgettatown Pa*, who have pent Mr. and Mr: A. J Campbell
of Croeniboro year police proteclloa during the next two yaw a win be
Dr.nd Mr T. B. Rica -
the winter with Mr. and Mr*. W. have a* visitors this weekendMr.
Oa. visited Dr. Rice'i treat D. Mahan will leave for their home and Mr*. E. P. WiUon of Mi- than ever before.
nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrr today. ami who arrived Wedneiday )Ir. 1
! C. Hailer alee, from Wednesdayuntil
and Mr*. Wilson accompanied
Monday A fishing trip In Mr*. Frank Hauiman returned Mr*. Campbell, Mn. T. Holdingand William J. Jerouimo
the Cape Sable section was enjoyed Wednesday from Miami where she ton Tolbert Miss Ellen Vann
by the group Sunday visited Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Letch- and dial Nellie Mae Martin to
worth and assisted Mr*. Letch- '
Dania Mar. 10 and returned
Mr O. A. Hatolin broke the on to
worth "iClnlllbit at theCOM
Irttte finger of her right hand In a Homestead to spend the night at
} Cable flower ihow This
the
home.
fnll )'lIterda,. An X-ray examination iil-iof Campbell
jj / fruits and seedpods won
was made at the Poet Graduate 1 1 lJItpze. Mn Q. Sherard ha a* a guest
Card of Thanks
hospital her sister, Mr*. C. Myen of Jack- I
&feHsfkl
Mrs A. ,J. Dreika who IOQvWe.
Mrs. 3. R. Brooks; left for Albe- have been ipendlM the winter
irtarle N. c., Thunday morningto
elrllie'hb>;ne of Lf%. fluggle on
be with her liter, Mn Royal Coconut Palm drive left Monday FLORIDA CITY

Henry who 1* to undergo an ope. morning for their home In Wau- Mrs, 1, W. fevcry, Cerreaposde.r I wish to express my heartfelt appreciation :
ration there. Mr E. JT. Dyal .
pun, Wi*
and Mr*. T. J. Faust accompanied J\o'l-I(
Mr*. Brook to North Carolina Myra Jane, -five-year-old daughter ton Miss Ca Virginia. U a guest Bowen at the of home of the vote ffiten me in Monday' election. t jnft.
They will visit I week or more .t of Mr. and MruD. J:. Bailor:
of her uncle and aunt. Mr. andMr
_...,. -lu* home of Mr. and Mn. S. A. el GettkUt wee-eeHoutly ill this Florida '
Paul of will
Haley. my capacity as mayor City
,HaUum In Rocklngham. week trtK
I ._ .
Mr. and ldn.-p"jC: Bowman and i
I 'j'i4ttdn. Landon Carney went to Mrs. V. f, -Nlehofc who had: daughter, Rhoda Jeanne; left for i to merit the confidence and respect of those who'
,1 > Beach Wednesday to attend tpenT two"'tm01aths""fn! < Homestead Hallandale Monday.
"1. ting I of the Florida State with boo en,anot 4JM( hter-ln-la,I ,
: Federation of Women' Club ShetlJ Mr. and Mr Hubert Nichol. and' Mr. and Mr*. Ernest Nlell' bare elected me.

return this morning. ,theif, eoqt returned 4 her home I' purchased the B. B. Pullea cottage .
la LoutrvUtt, on Eighth: (tree! .
-
&i .... Fred Lucas: I* recovering ..J-FrtJa1.:: ,
a major operation performs f Mr."and Mr*. W. Graham of I II Miss babel Becker of Miami t

Saturday at the Pot Graduate Could announce'J.M.birth of a pent several day jut week with
4! itey hospital.s I son. Wallace Anthony Mar. 12 her family here. : I EDWARD: STILING'

.a...a .trs. A. M. Byrom of Fort l 1I4- .
erdale I* a guest this week of Mr. l.,. '
I 101Mn.\ A. F Arthur and Mr ..: (SfcD OF THANKS III

and Mr*. Paul Haley ,
,.....' .
lrlra. George M. Frlck 4this'wal
nt an operation at unlven'W;' I wish to express my deep appreciation i
To Take
",}ts pitsL Coral Cable, last Fri* Strong Hard Went
: jnany friends who such
I is reported to be retting -as, tan, > gave me

It aa can be expected. Her: i o ftfcv S'u v RARi.n the election March 14th. '! :
tighter, Mi** Virginia Frlck, who I Work Pants
arsine home from Stetson UniverMT -' .

I s 'u." > to be nest her mother and : tit flora A .Myersa r ,. t

\ a.1..tber during the operation rn ,

turned to DeLand Sunday. tt .. ; __ I 97CRegularly
'
: r. : .Kenneth Stone of ....hb). Mass, '

and Redland. I'L.. ha just bought 1.09, L19
a 20-acre tract of fruit land on
irk
Hajnlin drive and i* now vetting '

five acre of limes In Aihby Mr. n0 \ Covert, khaki, cottons, -
Stone I* engaged in apple railing k
Seersuckerepinch e c s i
large Kate.Mr .
/i! a tta1S %

t *. C. O Bobo; of Paxton m,
Solid colors and
fancy
:\. Qd her mother who are spending : I
.. ..a month at the McAUltter Hotel new reef IrouKcwo stripes, checks, plaids j.'
tli Miami visited Homestead friends
P
'. siyesday. Sanforized; color-fast
,
:
"r. A ala .nd' one-fourth pound Full cut sizes 30 to 44 7 __
_
daughter.. bon to Mr. and Mr*. ,
'. Orlando WoIUm on March 11 In t', .. Not"white collar job" trousers. but the jtronf

w. -M' *tnt( Poet Graduate hospitaL :. ; sturdy durable and neat type of trousers that

',' .Mr*. Seymour Dane her liter, l' :r .. ....;,... ,, hard-working he-men need. Exceptionally lo: <

I C. A. Howell of Branford, wearing reduced prices 'h
.r't' who had visited her the pail
<< moths and Mr*. W. U. .. 'a*world most some dn.r b.gla to IIiowI'

.ProdJe went to Safety Harbor ... ........ ..aatII/ swgl app1Icdoa 01 Cole Asbestos).. HORSEIIIDE WORK SHOES

%turda,. Mr*. Dane and Mnii '., iftre Cooing wU.> ode feces 0I..mc..

i.i returned Monday, but Mr. e1L Z .
: &, COITPlenTpeovidee $1$1' ,
'.,liswep will stay In Safety IIIIfot! ," .,.'
,ifcof; tor a few week before satetrgrtur'na I l t 1 east palm* *-*! J lqeari ,rUt
I oM v 'Co *M Vatae
to Branford. .1)owa'
.
,
I' 'd .Oo.- .. .,
fhU snaps'. plan to 1'0\1
II. !
; explain -
Gould lit pay w
s Mr* J. Q. Steel of peaRD : ,
nt ;;hII you la Cb. leort. Acid resigns Vpliableblacklreft p 11
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t OF THANKS 10 i '\\,
i P4005%n LmlBER COMPANY Plain AdV;
.', jI those.t ho voted lor Tefep1...od-.- .G';.to. s ,Homestead, Fla.lAS soles,' ne (Is. Strong!
t 6 thank you'for.-our I T'

1 \ loyal and 'honest support. Oxford styles also.: :
1
l o''''' "To those that did not 1I Men's sizes 6 to 12 ,:
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re.bus SBARS, ROEBUCK AND CO

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'" Store hour 9:30 to i:30, Saturday I:30 to Pill j.c. i


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Friday,March 18,1938 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Par Nine
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CLUBS UNITE FOR LUNCHEON AND EACH CHAS CUNTOV BIRTHDAY MRS. R A. WALDIN IS AGAIN MADE
IS MARKED BT run I
SEES OTHER'S ACHIEVEMENT DAY EXHIBIT Mr. and Mr*. Charles Clinton f PRESIDENT OF REMAND WOMAN'S CLUB "

-- entertained at card and monop- --

; ,_..__ Yesterday was Achievement Day Mn. Armstrong second Cut flow- oly Tuesday evening In honor of Mr*. & A. Waldln was reelected Oeo. W. Turner. Se. and Mr*. :
., lot the Jtedland bad the B_ en, any variety Mr Mahan. Mr. Clinton'* birthday lee cream. president of the -.'* Club Gee. W. Tomer. Jr. were named
_,* stead Home Demonstration club first; )Ira. Bane, second; Mr*. and birthday cake were ....... ef the Hedlaad at the annualaaeeUng delegatea to the federation meet-
Each club>>vlaited the exhibit of the Dane, third. Mixed cut flower, Those present were: Mr. and held to the clubhouse ... I
I other and both Joined tn a Potluck Mn. Armstrong, lint and aecood. Mr John Grave, Mr. sea Mr*. Tuesday afternoon. Mr*. Ceo. W.' A gift of five dollars was mad
luncheon at he home of tIMI Canned fruit. Mr Dan, lint; Wm. 14""; Mr. and Mr Uoyd !.Turner, Jr, wa elected tint iee-: to the Salvation Army and the
1e1llWrD.ne. Delta, Mr. and Mr W. H. president Mr*. H. J. Armstrong
president Urt. ;
Redland Mr*. Armstrong aeoond. Canned use of the clubhouse wa given
I I where the Radland exhibit meat,Mra.Wyaong. Special merit field, Mr. end Mn. Roy Shef-I second vicH reaid*.t; Mr*. rW:1 t* the Ladies'. Aid of the Itedlaad
Mr Lucy Clinton, Mr*. Mar :
'j I was held. three-Jar contest Mn. Arm- StiUman. recording aaeretary Community Church for a topper
. Mr*. Dane. Mr*. H. J. Armstrong atr n& Home mad Jelly, Mr*. Kennedy the Rev. C O. Qua Stewart, corresponding sea I which I* to be held soon.
Fred K Brockett.: R. E. Chandler nary: and Mr*. E. A. Carter
'JiJ and Mr;; A. W. January were the Armstrong tint; Mr* Dan aec The club voted to end letter of
and the boat and node** treaaurer. I
I
....... ond. Marmalade, Mr Carter, condolence to member othe
t Homestead club members present tint; Mr*. Dan. aecond. Special Plana were completed for entertaining family of the late Mr*. Claud
:: at the luncheon were: Mra. R. display of egg. Mr* Dan ROE SUPPER TO BE HELD the Dade County Fed. Haines of Sanford a former mem.
or PRINCETON
L. Hobson president, Mn. Boy Bert cotton dm. Mr*. C. A. TOMORROWA eratlon of Women' Club on Mar. ber of the club and k* Mra. Chas.
Wittenwyter Mra. W. W. Bathes Howell Article mad from coconut box supper wui be served In 23. Mn. W. M. Brodle, Mra.St..rt Turner who has lately lost her
'f and daughter Marilyn Mn. Fred palm Mr Armttrong. Beat the Princeton Methodist Church Mr. Dave KufeMt, Mr father.N. .
T. Suber Mra. Ceo. N. Wakefleld.Mr cover from tropical material. Mra. Saturday evening at ':30 o'clock.

- *. Bert Andrew, Mra. Fred H Armstrong. Painted tray Mr*. Chicken pilau also, 1* promised. ML AND MRS. FRANK WED Wakefleld, Mr T. t. ...UIt.
Redd, and Mra. Harry D. Wolfe. Dane. Huck towel bag )Ira. After an evening of game and ENTERTAIN BRIDGE: CLUBS Mr*. Bevo Webb and Mr. Wabtor. -
I j Redlaod dub members present Dane tint; Mr*. Carter, second, contest sandwiches, punch and Mr. and Mr Frank Webb en. .
). wen: Mra. A. E. Barnes, Mra. Mr*. Wycong. third. Pillow of coffee will be served without trrtalned the Teachen Club and

, Dane Mra. Armstrong Mn. t A. buck towel weaving, Mr*. Carter. charge. Neighborhood Bridge dub at their LOCAL TEACHERS ATTEND
I// Carter. Mra. W. D. Mahan Mn. Raffia belt, Mr*. Bame*. fiat; home on King Highway Wednesday BANQUET IN MIAMI
J. D. Wysong, Mra. M. A. Baker.'Mn. Dan, aeoond; Mr Howell The CalendarMar. evening
Mr. and Mr E. B.
; Mn. January Mn. Ceo. W. Turner .I third. Suggested badge for club, the honon for high scores went Mia Emily Jones. Mr Blackburn WUlardFifield.

, Jr.. and Miss Estell Turner. on county Achievement Day Mrs. 20 Meeting of Townsend to Mr*. J. H. Webster and Bevo and Mr*. J. a Wynn attended -
. Othen present were: Min(January. Looper clip exhibit, Mr*.,I Club at Neva King Cooper Wabb. the annual banquet of the
Crady Mn. S. T. Skipper who Turner. School at 130.: Other playing were: Mr and Dade County classroom teacheR
visited the Homestead club and Mr*. Dane and Mn Armstrong Mar 21 Social meeting of the Mr*. Lee IL Lehman Mr. and Mr*. m the cafeteria of Miami Edison: 1
)( J. W. Stiouae. Mn. S. E. Carpenter are In the county town contest Junior Woman' Club of Home- .
ra. i W. E Ithene,. Mr. and Mra. Ceo. High School on Mar. 10.
, Mn. L Duncan and Mn.Ceo. which close In the fall. tead.
E. Reed who. visited the Red- Mr*. J obon and Mr Wolf Mar.; 21 Meeting of Homestead
o. land club. were hostesses at the Homesteadclub B. P. W. C. In Chamber of

Pictures were taken on the lawn meeting.The j Commerce building.Mar. U 1
winners
blue ribbon of the
21 Meeting of BSquareSunday
after the luncheon. ,
I club were: j school claa tNt""ta"" '.", .uuu. .TtQa ;rw, """ -*,,, .. ,......
Mia Eunice home
Grady,county Mn. Ii
For vegetable. Wltten-: Mar. 22 Guest day program
demonstration agent judged each wyler; herb, 'Mn. Wlttenwyler;[of Woman' Club of Homeatead.
of the exhibit and during each marigolds*, Mr Wakefleld; cut,
Mar. 23 Meeting of Dad
dU' meeting hour gave a talk flowers, Mn. A. D. Smith; mixed,County Federation of Women' THE DIXIE DRUG ;
on clothing. j'(cut ftowen. Mr*. Wakefield; canned -] Women' Club In Redland

The county Achievement Day vegetable. Mr*. Wolfe; jelly i iI I ,Alar 25 Jtedland District Hcmestead
exhibit,she ..14"" would be held,I Mn. Hobson; marmalade, Mn.' ChrIstian Men' Union father lad Florid
atfthe Centra+ ) School in Miami on Hobson; pickle or relishes,. Mr*.I|coq dinner In Legion f i
Friday Apr. '2., and.all, winners WohV. ; mttJcIre |I Mar' 27-Meeting orhaownim4'Cub
in the local club will be eligibleto Rayed dress. Mr*. Smith; t at 2.10 tn Neva King Cooper
compete in the county conteit Mrs. Smith: suit for boy School Now GOING ON

_ Mr*. Pane, Mra. Arrartrong, Mra. under 10. Mr Wakefleld; deem Mar 28-Meeting of Young>> Ma I \t
-, Carter, Mn. Mahan, Mrs. Wy- for girl under 10, Mr*. Smith; Iron*' Circle lit home of Mra. A.M. .
song Mn. Baker. Mn. January, block printed article Mn. Smith; Logan.
I Mn. Turner, and Miss Turner were wood burned tray Mr*. Wolfe:;i Mar. 30 Meeting of Sacred
I Waded delegate from the Red- buck towel bag Mra. O. M. Cooper Heart Club In clubhouse 230.

I land club. The Homestead delegate ; article made of sacks, Mr*.|t'[; Apr, 1 R. H. S, aenlor play! ;
9 were not named but Mra. I Hobson; raffia belt Mr Bethea;, Apr. S Homestead P-T. A.
Harry D. Wolfe was appointed exhibit l pedal merit exhibit of handcraft executive committee meeting 4f. fiat WM Ml Jf avers
chairman for the event. articles Mr*. Wlttenwyler; *uggested -
I |i Apr.6-Meeting of Legion Auxiliary Antiseptic Solution HALT
Mr*. Armntrofig. chairman of handcraft article for 4-H in Legion hall at I p. m. .
yesterday' exhibit In Redla"w. ,,, camp. Mr*. S. A. King. Apr. t Homestead P.-T A. terms.
E .. assisted. by Mr*. Wysong Preaent at the Homestead meetIng pad' Night program. ,2:4 CL dN25 si
Ribbon award for the best displays besides those named were:I Apr. S Redland P.-T. A. pro-
. were mad a* follows: Mr*. Redd. Mn. E. A. Carter Mr*. gram.

I Fog home grown vegetable, Andy Terburg, Mr*. Dane Mra.! Apr. 11 Election meeting of!
Mr Dane tint Mr Mahan !) cUftlUr lOcals* fr/m. ; January, Mr* Armstrong Mn Monday Music Club at home of
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aecond. Home grown fruits, Mrs.Mahan Bert Andrew, Mn Dexter Home, Mn. Frank Hauunan. I Oatmeal Soap rIINCT1RB 11""'

tint; Mra. Dana, _nd.i Mr*. R. E. Edward, Mr*. Suber I Apr. IS Homestead P.-T. A. 1 IODIM
i Marigold display Mr*. Dane, first; and Mn._ H. Schauburger. moving picture show at 3 and T:30. =(r Contains ....
: :I for 1 1C ei .....
t era: $6 t
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r LEGIdf AUXILIARY amt which the and Mrs. Frank I r.
Dr. Leonard W. Haskinta
'! HEAR BOOTH RETORT Schneider attended on Tuesday.' ,,..II.... ta tnGLASSES i..IrY.Y .;*,n to* T*' ;*'W" '* !P ..witcaa.
A profit of $130,54 In cash and Othen present at the meetingwere rau..e .... ae.r+r Go j ;;RADIO Miib1 .| sr..rtrC&g.vro
$14 In supplies on the Legion Aux-I Mn. Cordon |vey, Mn. I _J&IOVftIIit] CU. 4 AIPIsRIN
: iliary'a food booth at the Fruit I Lamar Kendrick, Mix Ruth Fox,' III N. .. Tint at PIMM ISJMCOMPLTCLT "
Festlvarwa reported Wednesday Mr Wm. J. Geronlmo, Mn Jake AIR coNorrioNxo.. FACIAL APrKSUfWBARGAWSlT\i!"
evening by Mr*. Frank B. Rue Brook and Mn. W. M. Bradley. A.ONVlllfIiNT TLR1r9 TISSUES
treasurer, at a meeting of the I ro* J at spoold iL. en

auxiliary In Legion ban.On I --,,- -
Poppy Day, she said, the J 239 site gybe Reed"
auxiUary cleared $M. Half of this DIULA.BERGERDentist I Milk of Msgaeei. I for R..uesgc.ur mYada
went for state welfare work, he
260 SANITARY
aid, and half wa divided equally' Tooth Paste lr.rttaalll
between the Legion nd the auxiliary ,
for local welfare work. BAT EIIBILi SI.W 2-IL miss Symbol.

A party was planned for the First, National Bank WWI give0th lint Tate.Boat ?/i/
junior ;members who aided In the Building lie

poppy ial*. It will be fhren same e,genuine lla.xS1d.ilrsdd. Sa..ind.A13heiilaeTope .

time Mr In Harold April Sheffield tne.preji: Office Hours 8:301:3g EUGENE. Pctvuaent4krM
OB**) Emlao A slataaajs
Meet pee a Deport of a meeting y ........... -- g4a. Ada. uaesOir r M 1 anl..tlse
of the South Florida
Children'- Crippled" sat. ............ ..arsiN g i.dsM'b' tarsW a+ir + 14
Id South
Society Mir 'statI..ery "'r
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toadefa.araaeaIws.aa..
l. IAad Mal .. hind w oft hV 0 c pa.+ rise tag afa
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iar Aeye..1 Dl..rds
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DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST I STEBBINSRaiUlered .n.... .... im&_ 0"11"M Chocolatesrml.rraM
Optometrist .IM W 146a "as
I U TEAKS' bale W aW Measly ..Miami ago aMNa.r
I Practice tm Homestead dulMlmM a4 gal**** CLIP THIS BBXALL COUPON
Office Been: t a. a*, u ( at. aa. Room 6 and T 4 'an ba..d.eesk.errl I WORTH 49*? TO YOUR ]

I $iadaysto12 McCrory: Arcade I O Ct>..4 i........ .W.,. Tan tfc maw.. Mi$1 T.*atWMaattllhkCMr '-1

Closed Saturdays Hours .Bush's Barber Shop I aw Tea an ."u C-4 Only dvfag I
sprial to sale.
Thursday ._ T:JO to 10 p. m.
Free Parking Space MAIN orncE & Beauty Parlor ..

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MONDAY MUSIC CLUB ENJOYS PROGRAM This Is P.-T. A. Nfcht

I OF GERMAN MUSIC AT JOHNSON HOME I At Methodist Kevival


t Social Events I A progrim of German -mu k Hausman and her daughter: Mn.C Tonight will b* P-T A night

was enjoyed by the Monday Muilc: Haler Rice, will be the hostess at the Homestead Methodist
dub at it* meetlnf thi weak it ** Installation will be on Church where the Rev D. L. Coal
the home of Mr*. Howard John- I May 9 at the Webster home. of Los Angeles Is conducting revival -

COUNTY FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS con Mr. & L. Wsst .gave a Mrs Q I. Gault, Mrs. Brandenburg services, and all P-T A. _
talk on the lit* of Bach, and Mn, Mn Webster and Mrs. Win.Musselwhlte member who can attend are asked
TO MEET WITH REDLAND CLUB WEDNESDAY Joseph Elder pliyed a (avotte by were aelected as by the pastor of the church, the
-- Bach. I delegates to the American Federation Rev J. J. Richards to do soDr .

The Dade County Federation of in the making. M,.. Charles A. Sheldon of of Music convention which Conies thMn for tonight
Women a Clubs will hold Its The nominating committee, of Atlanta who U vlalting the tub a :will meet at the Miami BUtmor will! b* The Story of My Life".
quarterly meeting with the Woman which Mrs. T T Stevens .la chairman president, Mrs. J. H Webitcrwng 'from Mar 29 till Apr 2 Mra.Muaselwhite His Saturday night theme will
's Club of the Redlands next will present slat! of new Homing by Del Riego will sing at the federation b* After Death What?"
"Who la Sylvia by Schubert and luncheon on Mar. 30, and Dr
Wednesday The morning ses- officers (or the coming 'tjIr, and Sunday at 10 a. m he will speak .
lion will begin at 10:30, Mrt. OA a president and first and third rate "Clouds by Charles. Mra. Web- H. S Wolfe will play a vollln obligato to the united Sunday school the ,'
Sandqulst, president, will preside presidents will be chosen. ater played the piano accompaniment and Mrs Webster the piano church auditorium, and at U
Mrt Lloyd Diets and Mra.Lewi accompaniment for her solo
According to a resolution adopted clock he will deliver his final
During the luncheon hour, Mrs at the January meeting any Brandenbwg long Lullaby The members were Invited to sermon on the theme, The Power
Alberta Koch music chairman, club wishing to present resolution and Goodnight by Brahms attend a luncheon and mu lcaw [of Influence" .
will present a musical pr'OI1'Im.1 must send a copy of It to the to an acompaniment played byMrt at the home of Mra John T. War.
1 Th pastor and members of the
Mn T T Stevctts, program chairon president a few days prior to the J D Redd. wick on the Ingraham highway
,church cordially invite the entirecommunity
'm. will present the speaker of regular meeting. Mra, Redd. Mra H & Wolfe.Mra near Chapman field on Mar 18 to hear tile evangelist
the hour, N P Lowry, acting The chairman ot the by-laws Lee H. Lehman, Mra. a Col. The hostesses, Mn Johmon and
in his final to Homesteadpeople
chairman of the board of county revision committee, Mrs. Oliver Jer and Mr*. J. R Rutland were Mrs, H Collier, served a Saint messages
commissioners, who will speak on ,Sollltt, will bring In recommendations named aa a nominating committee Pstrlcks refreshment course consisting
The Business of Dade County for changes in the by.Uws The election, It waa announced of brick Ice cream marked
and Its Management" i and constitution at this meeting. will be held at the next with shamrock emblem In green, NEW YORK COUPLE
Federation officers, chairmen of Reservations for the luncheon meeting Apr 11, at the home of white-Iced cakes with green MARRIED IV HOMESTEAD
.landing committees and club,must be made by Monday after Mrs Frank Hausman when Mra. orations, and green candy dee-I Mlsa Luceal Wright and Leon
president are requested bring: noon with Mra Seymour Dane I Terwilllger, both ot Tirol, N Y..
their yearly reports In duplicate I whose telephone number la 2004 or IBIRTIIDAY PARTY IS GIVENFOR Krene, Connie Claudia and Jimmy -!!came down from Miami Tue div ,
In order that they may be Included with the Red ncJ club president, HUNTER HARDEN JR.Mn I Campbell Dickie Klnard Maxtne -'to b* married in the Baptist pa*-
In the new year book which ls now I Mrs. A. B. WoJdlQ. Hunter Harden gave a delightful Walker, Betty Harden, Jack torium by the Rev C N Walkei'.
Eaiter party Friday after'Mead, Paul Topplno, Donald Gann pastor of the First Baptist Church,
HOMESTEAD GIRL SCOUTS GET BADGES 1 : noon at her.home on N W Third and Ella Taylor Pintado and Edna I of Homestead,
I avenue to celebrate the third birthday Bravo of Miami
AT COURT OF AWARDS HELD IN MIAMI
.' annlvenary of her ion, Hunter Grown-ups present besides Mr REDLAND P-T, A. HS
Jr, better known ai Sonny Boy and Mra. Harden were: Mrs. FOUNDERS DAY PROGRAM

Twenty-three badges were observer1! badge to Vlda Clarke Marlon Anderion won a prize den a parents, Dr and Mrs. Hsr-I Mr. Eva Fletcher read an Interesting
awarded to Homestead Olrl Scouts and Virginia Klnnen second class' for finding the most Eaiter eggs, Pintado of Miami, Mrs J, history of tho RedlandP
at the court ot awards which was badge to Dora Scott, Vlda Clarke: and Jack Mead won a prize for Redd, Mra F Fleltas, Mrs .-T. A, and prewnted each p st
held In Bayfront Park in Miami Frances Rutland and Athley Kemp throwing the most eggs In cup A Dougherty Mrs. Bruce EnnU, president who waa present w t"i:
last Friday<< afternoon from 4 till color bearers, and Marlon Edmonds. A large pink bunny held the pink Mrs H O Thurman, Mn, Dexter I a copy at Friday nights meetln:
'e D'clock. and Dora Scott, guard. I and blue rlbbona attached to small Horne, Mrs Edith Keene Mrs J. of the Redland P-T A.
Two. Homestead girls, Vlds' Mrs. Frank Skill lleutensnt of White bunniei that were the favor D, Perkins, Mrt, Robert Glenn, Jr, Other numbers on the program
Clarke and Dora Soott, took part the troop Mn, C J.. Parman *. A balloon, also wai given to Mrs Carl Anderson, Mrs Claude,were a Founders D pageantsong ,
in the program The former explained and Mrs K, K. Clark took the I Inch child Ice cream was served Campbell, Mrs. Richard Kinnard, | by the girls' glee toe requirement for girls to the court .. and Individual birthday cakes Mrs Ceo Harden and Mrs. S. SRoberts. II two solos by J Q Caldwell
u.inrJnav t lie horsewoman badge, Others who attended besides tach Iced In white and topped with .
I I A Founders Day offering was
md the tatter taM of the require* those who received badges were: a green Icelng nest containing a
mtnts for winning the laundress Miss Bonnie Wtttkop, Ann Hick-i red candy egg Also on each COUNTY P-T A. COUNCIL. collected for the itat and'aaUon-
budget ion, Ardcl Parmdnt'Guriene Pace,!I.hlld'a plat waa a little basket of TO MEET WEDNESDAY I al branches of the organisation
and two birthday ottoes .nd punch
The ook' I h."I'!-.' \V.I' awarded Miry Kktherfne Sttbetv Barbara candy Eaiter egg*. I The Code County Council of served _
t.. DM*'Brott: henHh badge, .'I .Millar Betty.Bailey aad Patt.,)! ( Kodak pictures were taken on Parents and Taachen will meet! went
Iinson. b.1 I the lawn at Rlvemkto Elementary School in',
Athlry If:c' u'. D>I.\ Scot!, Fi >nets
Rutland, Moll,) \,,," Wink!!' and' The children present included: I Miami next Wednesday at 10,
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Virginia !,,",," I h""I'I' olllAn''I Budgeting family expenses Joyce Ennis Bruce Ennls, Jr, Jane oclock, and all P-T A. members Spaghetti Dinners
t bad It', .b. Tnm 'kot tt and VillA I will b* the theme of the B. P W Thurman, Sylvia Damn, Dexter are invited to attend i iConferencea
Clarke,' Jpostess.b dge. to Athlcy I Ie. profiaw wjuch will' -,b* h.Wi Borne. Jr, Mary Lou Mussel, at student aid, pub-1 i. 40c
Kemp and Dora filmlt; housekeeptm in ttt* OuWtor of CommercVbuiMlHC white William MUll lwhle.! I llclty library and Florida ParentTeaohar -
badxV. to Athl y Kemp andnoraSpoti t elubs new. meeting Jr, Billy Perkins, Marlon An chairmen will be held at, I
: huuMlrlexi badge, toDura place. MondayiiiiMtiiMiiiitiiiitmiitii t. '01 : 'derson, Emma Jane Elves, Judy 1230Florida : ::1

{noil: npeoVwomnn badge, "' "' ""'"''''''''''"' ''"'''I.......I....................,...................................."...........1'' We serve home-made ,
to DOTH Scott and Athley Kemp: ll III II II I 11I11 III I 111I 1111 II I UIIIIIIIIII111111111111111111111J 11/11111111I111111I1111111111111111111111/ ilIll1l1ll1l1l1l1l1l 1II11111111111 : : Italian bread Bakery .


RAT ANDREWS HONORED 21 in connection; Joe Pahzzola .

ON FtE\ENTH BIRTHDAY i prop. ,
Mrs 'Bart Andrew* gave a party .
Mar 14 aa .. surprise tor her son
Ray, who WIll eleven yean old I Ed war d S 818 II
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.>n that day. Both indoor and outdoor
game* and contests were enJoyed HOUSE
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A pink and white birthday cake E=: ""UII..\ ,/d === 1 Clinton Garage BJdg.
with blue candles formed the 1 '
5: = 1 I Florida CityFor
centerpiece* and it was surrounded .
with thai birthday gifts JeUo
and punch ulso were served. I REALTOR III
Mrs And,.,,, was assisted by I
!Mrs. Jal'lll's Roberts and Mrs
Adum 1:11111..
The 1I1l.t h niluded: Grtetjeleiberf
Mdc" Cll ner. Bell
lean BullII'd. M Idrert CHeer, Wll- .
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d.\I Hatto U' 'nolte Shepherd Derisipihlre PlumbingInstallations
< Roxie Bentley, Fay! City
FloridaEg ,
I'" ,'co. Junf Vann, Carol Marie : ,
liobcrts, Fslellp and Uldlnsj Fair, ;
doth, Judy MId Margaret Wln- '
x. t*>, Robert Sulhv oak Richard Deg- ,
3gj
l ler, Von Giuner, Howard Klrby : 'c' .
Donald ,""i eleK! Joseph Connor, \ Repairs
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( hark* OojanuVn, Calvin Waldron sa =,
and Arnold Melhssjia. &2 ':1, ; and Septic TankConstruction

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ALL \V C T, P, MEMBERS: :3 It -

IQIN'I'OR All members ANOTHER of the local TEAR W CT 1 IMPROVED PROPERTY .. : TOWNXOTS. ,. :

U hav. renewed their mam : ... and Service

berthlg, for the coming year, Mrs. I : : : :, t* .... : .::aw w : ( ;: i",i .."". > <. '.
H J Armstrong, the president,
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announce*. I \ 'tt''! AJ ; <1'fI' +'1 t
Mrt T.'lot.frllt of Miami district ESTABLISHED 1910I : :
chair m ii was a recent w
at the Armstrong homeSKIN : '

-'I';.* "Jano'f! j jII :II I W.H.BOOTH.

<<- .,... .....rlftr ..... i I GROVES ACREAGE
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SjoUt*Ti.ir ikluir Ihnk. n, a tih i
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lk>p> N* miiwr WKM JIM lnvVlt -
.. sM jr l< VMwI. ,:3 Opposite F.E.T. Depot

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Friday March 18.1933 THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Paw Eleven i



LEGAL NOTICES I LEGAL NOTICES I I LEGAL NOTICEI


oM.a/i. I Or APPLICATION FOil TAX CLASSIFIED ADS I uI
ArpHratlM w.. : I i DEEDCkaptor
NOTICE 0V BAIB ..F tit CtBTIFI.CATBB R.1. M9 .. at < 1TM1A of IMI
n nf
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the .100 tllad t5.too 0. abuse Aaw. <_..:: ; ,tI. A-It"I
that W. I. Bores ,
ha.Notloa IM U wttkj bahr ma =i wettW Hut the that iko Dtndnnt Iharaln nnm.d b n1 I I I MaMaa.ta harakr rl nw that VMuKaahw M. RATE: First fritertkm 10d a line; subsequent insertions t t }
aaul mdrad Baabr hatband nadwtfa
MX aaatlftmtea ina.tbrr with aU .v_ nnn-rmMMt af UM BMW of rtarMa, and sad: f
line
Sf. ; ,
UM iddlin Red nlnr* of raakbwM *f balddatMdMt MiUrj of Mate Ocnmtr TuCartttkanta
._, mwittod ar Lied axes Inoiudlnttha b vnknvwu. that thaw N.. ItTH .bawd tat Itk dar __ t
nw tear bald IV KM SUM V ad- af AaOTM, A. D. law have tllad MaM I. i-------- .
b In Iha Btet of ;
we parm
klah-t bMdmfor
rartterd-nnd spat to tha
*Mh aa IHMWW to CBMpter 1MM. .f eat 1 1"Fl rlh. the persons of .*.*one n ay tea ufrba.dad eat ta how ha Land man. aj uWaon.>prlrUoa>BldOaMlflcaaa for FOR RENT FOR SALE Seetfhns grapefruit '
arrow. bond oath Datandjunnnd
too AotA of DM LarMator. nMM Uwro4twlna wpm
.
amhraom the following da.twrlbod JOo bu. Valencia orangei. 25c

too If Pad described sate at Ml Fhnrkl.MUM In to-wll Ut>I Cwa-: 1 1 M =-:shot .I...7.---that* > Btete of imiMfnr Plaatda.In tawttiLot. for ea.." of Dado FOB RENT-1 unit furnished spt.. pk. Mrs. Eva Collins, Modello.

Lola I hi I OIL I Wfflli tuM SWV, Mid MMra.hbt MMdnnl Ira mot ah*
M. BJV It. Mentioned. Park. Plot Summer rates. Shsnklln Grove
h karMr required to Uw mil
of NEW. SaeUon II, TawiMkl M. rUnr.M. .I I : tppMr ftaok It, I th County af Dad. FOR SALE Tropical it-
Paa.il. plants t
Th* MUM W .. *old are .vkl. u.dto of CompUInt fluid Mid MUM on M ho W. Florida City. (pmI8.25))
Iwo M ...... UM 4lh dar at April. A. atntu Slow p7or/da.
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atrtrflcato 471 Red KHMtlHUH < rue trees and tropical fruit in
.N .III".I I Tk* Mamamrnt af Mid praa rtr ......
Mua : rMr Ui IMT bothIMkltM slow..Joe UM .l$.._. of Mid.
60,6.11. kill will ba takes M omfoaad br Mid6W tat pea CarttflniU Named was ta She FOR RENT Furniihed'spt ..son. Jungle Grove, Redland

-it: :.: toa tbr with til1aohaaouaol .. .further same Unless at i MM UnkMW wnmrnU*. shell W downtown. Summer rate UISept. road and Plummer drive.
It b ordered thai thin order betwbli.b.d w.
omitted or howled tow .111
1. See Henry Behreni
devoted! arcardlntl
M law the Property
week for a sooe"ullwwo.ko
... Kid te the hlarhaat bidder, >t UM CourtNow 00" a
does Wall thorough will W said to the book.art EXCELLENT after shaving lotion
In The I W. Morrlt. (mlSU)
.. or BenJ.
I. 111..1. an lid 11II III A"rl"
:Ee1.nprl..4
=: kM4ar M the Oawrt HauM door an UM
long. bowinniat at the hags at Ten onpebll.." .. firms for men. Hand and face lotion
In the of
0"1 Mondnr month April, less.
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A. M.. *r w aoou Uwtoftor duo as UM Th.,1;' LEATHERMAN: : I which In the tat dnr at April IM*. FOR RENT Furnished modern for lad I... Mike It yourself for
k III
punched amina.
mar Clark Of C1t tou't.Cir.ula Dated this sell dar at Mara A. D. 1MB.B. 5-room house S18 N. W. 14th
Dated at Miami Florida, Oho UM IM|' B. LKATHKRMAN a few cents per pint Material .it
dar at .....--. I.... ( Cant Bati) st Can Bt Mrs. Berter's.
Clark af Otnralt all
E L 'I Y. SWIFT, Deputy Cterk I Court drug stores. Complete instructions

Clark LIATRE.IIlAK'1 L O. DR.AVISn I Cant Baal.Br Dado Countr. Florida.Clrault (mll-ll 2So coin and name
salience for Plaintiff.
circuit. court Dade ( ... 4. II. II. U: Apr. 1. IMI> 1II. i H. C. BTERBCrr D.C. and address of two friends. Address .
APARTMENT. C.
FURNISHED
0.lDo \ ... 4. II, II M)
INO. rElC1i'o D. c. J. B. Sommert CA Mrr,
iPuhlblMd .... U. Ill Ap. I. lull a Btuers 104 N. E. 2nd Ave.
M. McMlchle 2110 N. W. 56th
NOTICE Or APPLICATION fOB TAX NOTICE' Or BALE Or TAX CIBTIFt. ,
(mIll
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AppUratlan Na. III! P..U CATER St., Miami
NOTICE OF SALE OF TAX CEITlrlCATEI Chapter IT4IT-Art. af Isms flla A-IM*' A..II...... ".. III
Notice b knhr lira that 0. P. I*. Nolle' b bombs anus that Mew L. T

Notion b harubr given Nat Do.... N.I' holder nf BUM and Cmmtr Tnn OKlf.Irau "..... Agent of UM Owner baa filed with FOR SALEFOR R. t RED FRYERS-tJvt or oreia.
filed with written pjquMt No. ITI4 .based the 11 day of m. written Poorest that the MR vrtlfkMtaa
WPP hM m.
that the tu Mrtlficatea together with ..111.U..IIO. 1 Annual A. D, IMS, has filed Rome In mrxfflo together with all auhwiuant unit.ted SALE! st low price t to tide Free delivery In city. Phone
.' omitted at terwd torn hwl.id.1Iw i *. and hM ....... wnHrulon far a or ..... axes Inrludlnt the sear 63J-M. McEwen Poultry Plant.
UM rotor I..,. told br the Slaw fc* Ml dad t* h* .Intend t"-e. (Uyrntlflrato IMT. hold kr the flat ka advorMa endveld I 30 acne, 1200 (t frontage on

.__ *jnd oM. to the hurhMt bidder ambmaM UM ( ...-. Wrrlk.d to the hl._ bidder. fur nub M Dixie Hwy. between Princeton
for ooh o* prmbM hr Chapter 181.1. of pr H>rtr In UM Countr of 1>....., BUM provided kr Chapter IBM, of UM IMT FOR SALE! Trailer In tint clam
Home surrounded
and Narnnjs. -
of F'-rMa, tn.wll Acts of the Larl>latura,>open UK fallow.
UM
the following tell Art.described 01)1.. iMlaUlur teal wtea upon,a the .| K4 of tir.% af IW% (TA" N. 1(1 i l ,Im described .ell MUM In the Count at'' by large mango, ispodyia condition. Inquire Bt Leaclcr-

Count of Dods Stan. of Florod.. towltHart. ft..andL 80ft.dEK of NEH at I Dada BUM of Florida, lo-wU i Enterprise!: office.
?. 1.4 4 11W'4 d NW14 1W% of SW/, Section U Township IT Bnvtk, I Lot It. Younm Adda, to Dopes Vista I coconut f yBit palm, polncl-

NW44' of 1111:10: ;; BI" of Nit" 01 U\4 : And Range III ".... la tat Count of J>odo. The U>M to fca auld are ovkMnnad kr ana anN !otipt tropical trees
of motion til Tuwmhln 6'.. SatS 01 Florida. Certificate Na. 11711 af IMI and rap.rawnte WANTED:
B'. 8BH ; 1
G. L. d. ifreWnSox 84 Naranja
I'lla..w..at .f Hid property ands ta.aa for the Few IMO and last
Ron.* 40 _"'.'0" I..... am seven or
sew Til* tat*. a ... said. ant Monwdhr the acid aortlflrnte I baud woo 10 the name amnmUni la IUI HI, (pm I8U) Kaffir orange ..''t, ..
mlflf.t. No. IMT of 1629 and ..- (,(: Unknown. Bald u> rvruriratea toaMhar with >l WANTED .
for Unless MM _UII..... ihlll k* r*. >__...., omitted or ....... tarn will hf.old and sandbox trees. Vf It,
the inn IVIT.both ng
namu taraa. Van. In .*.. ._,..: M law, the nrnpartr to the hlnhnt bidder at the lrtH FOR SALES/A/kmptack: sprayer,
...... .. .1.. to 6711.60.flow .
to. aartlfloaM knottier with all rintrihrd therein will .. told to the kirk. <_ In Miami, on the t.tk dar of March.1MH. all briM, $11. Used, but In good, Well Naranja, Fla. (pm 11-18)
.
..t biddy nt the Cornet MnuM door beginning at the bear of Too o'clock
el
.
ub.Mu.nt emitted w .. .... tear will ka
mood to the highest hUd-r .t th. Court the rivet Monday In the month of Mnr.ItM. A. .... or .. Avon tharaafur aa tha aam* working order. Also, meat taw WANTED Curb girl, must be .!1yc.n
H_ III Miami on the filII 1.r of April which b the Sad day nt II.,. IIM. may be _h... 1* duo oiuno.Dated $1. Two spathodlB bees (forest
.' ... Dated this lath dar nf ......h. loan.R. at Miami Florida, lib. UM IU or over and have health
I", knrlnnlm at the hour of Tan flame) to exchange for other
i. M.. or .. mm thereafter .. the same' B. LEATHERMAM dar of March IMI.K.. card. Apply In person. Cabin
be reehd In d@ enree, Clark. of Circuit Caa"- B. LEATHERMAhf things. Also sapodilla, etA I
my
i Dodo Cork Circuit Court.Dad Inn. (pm25)
f Dated at Miami. ;Florida, this. the Mk Coo. .. Florida
Hollister Sage Kings
Circuit Court BM| eou..,. Florida. ,
oar of Hank 10"
:I Mr M. C. ITRB1KTT D. C. Circuit Court Sell| Kromo.
I.EATHERMAN, I near HlahW8Y'1 WANTED Listings of 110....
I cU'or Circuit. Court I (Mar. 1$. Ill .A... I. I) Or INO "NNO. 0. C.Published
for rent Henry
Count Mareb 11. It. U. 1954 and apartments
Dado
Florida FOR SALE 1116 11 .
Chosen Court Behrens & BenJ. W. Morris, N. t
i 1 ; BnlBr JNO. PKNNO.: D. C.IPukMaharl ,NOTICE Or APPLICATION FOB TAX NOTICE Or SALE Or TAX. CERTIFICATES door sedan, brand new Mint Krome ive north of 10-cent

..... II. Ill Apr. 1, late) : DIED: Job MW U..... B echsnlcUIMrfeets F .
Chapter IT4I -A..a af Itll. File A-IMI Application Na. IIT store phone 94. (alS-tf
A"pll...... ".. IMI 'I I i Notloa b .bamboo mina that C. R. Lna. Not'". b honor citrus tint H. A. Cam. ISIS. Term John L.Scauborwah.rBBll. ;
holder at state and ,.. far Marguerite. A. Cknnul
County Tai Corti Room, agent
NOTICE or OP CKtTIP.
SAPS TAX ply
)
ICATES rote Ha. Mia bound UM 4tk dar of Au hM tlbd with ma written ...- that ( NOTICES

"' ..... b kNhr nVn that Elms I.Mattkawt .i I mt A. D. Ittl bas filed Rome In mr of.fir. the tan aartlflnataa Win wick all LEGAL
boa flM with ma written ra.nuMt .. and kaa Reds applloaUon for a tax auhMiMt amltted ar ...." Used In.alndln FANCY GIFT BOXES Oranges,

that the ton .arllrlratea tonthwwith dead M ka bead tkaratnr. laid Orllft.rM. she see lost MM br tile Butek tangerines ate. NOTICB or SALE or TAX CEBTIH.AppHcalton .
nil aukMqu.nl emitted tested', amkmraa the followln* dwrlkrd adrartlMd and ...w to tat kubaal .bode grapefruit, CAn. /

taxes Including, the year 1St?.or hold hr 1 nnmrty In the Crony of Dad, BUM ofFlorM. dw tat Cash M provided kr Chapter IMM, ShinkUn Grove. Film Av, Na. till
the Saw too .dwntMd .. lowltti af the IMT Asa at tat LacblnMr upon Notice ta korabr *rra> Iha Oran OWard
Md add to the Road.
Redland
highest bidder for each .. presided kr !i: NH of N% Bratlon It. Township U j the '..... .* di.nlkid real Mlate hi theCount' has flied with m* written rr f Mt ,
Boulk, Ran, IT HMt, M I' of Knda. sate af Florida, ten'Lot .
MM
Chaser Idttl. of the IWT A... of Ih.LMtatetuiw Cray that the Mi aartlflMtea ton-thar writ *HautoMuant
the following described <.' Do.... sate. tl ..1owIde.I I II Tntuma Add. No. I. Tk axes FOR SALE Bright Valenciaoranges emitted ar totted Oman ,., l.*
... noon The MMmmint at aald property under to W sad are arnknMd hr MrtlflraM N.. at told Nat< ka
rent In the Countof Dada. BMW grapefruit and Juice for
o* Ptorid. torrltBEU the Mid amlfleata hard wa la UM same MM af MM and r.armanta UnM far I ,';':.1"r. ta .:h-- Mkhf

of NWH of SW 14. Battles 14 I I oil Unknown.DnlaM Ih seat IMI to HIT, bath IrKlualra, stand South Krome Ave. and for Mh M pnrrkted kr Chapter ._, nf ,
Mid anttfleato shall ka ....... _.. to IIM.lt.
$7 Homeitead. Fruit the IMT Ads of the LMbhMra, upon Ihafollowlnc
Township Range II, containing 1* Third SL
... aKaardlnt to ..... Use property dMarlk.' Sold tu MrUrlMU twnthar wllkukM.unl all dMtrwrd real I MMU hi the ,
arm Mora ar aTN MnM he .
to aoldam
evidenced kr Mrtlfluto No. Mil atIMI ... Wrote ..HI... add to tat boniest bid. emitted or bvlod aces will hooM grown br H. L. Cook. fl8a21) Cauntr nf Dade, BUM nf Florid. InwtllLnt '
I dM at the Court kouaa tintMondar > to inn kb-kort kldrlir M tile Court n OIL f Bonternrd Add. M Horn*
!.*. to and IMI r.pi"M.nte taxes for Inn snare In the month of .a,0: which Haw h ........ M fat .... dor at Mash _d. Tk axes W k* Mid ... ....
both ln.lu.lr/
nmountlnl to I ... the bear f Tee .'.....k LEGAL NOTICES
121.4 b the Ind day of ,. IMI. .1. beginning demand kr oartlftonte N.. MM of IMI
Dated this talk dar of Mank, i iB. A. ..., or M Moa tfcMvnfur na the Mm tea kto IM
4 Rod Some pares
Lot Blk. t Plnakurit The ta>*> toMTI ER M MpraMnte
ho amid. on MAesend by _If..., N. I 1 B. LK AT AN. may k* reached I* du Man*. and _....... ours fee the pore .11. a te i HIT. birth ..,.. .., mmntlnii 1
., IMI And represents MM for tat Clerk of Clrault t:>\.... fed at Miami, F......, Ikb. the *tk .N' ... ......1.... ._. rIs $1116-24L It.I*.
Aware IM to IMT, both iMlimln, .mountIn SwatD.d.. ()ooo..,.. Florida day II...... 1.1.. saw tax ....i'....... : with altuhaMuant No. M ft of "... 4 .,.._... Park Add
U ..I..., Circuit Court 9. n. LE..THEIIiAN. emitted or knwd tou* will to H.__. Tho.._ to k* sold .*
BaM tan rrtlflMlM together with all Hr N. 0. BTEBRETT: D. C. Cart Circuit Court ka old to the ......... bidder at thaOaurt -.*.. kr MrtlflMW Na. Tin af left
.iiSmo.nl audited or Meld axes will lie _,II.r, 11 Hi Apr t. II Dada County, Flarkta.Clrault Maw In Mimi .n tat SIN day and represents .... fr Ik* San MMIMT

wld to the highest bidder at the Court ( Court s.oll ., II....". 1 .. bee/onlna ., tat base d M both liwlualv*. Sampling M
HHBM In Miami, .. the Ilk dar of AprlU NOTICE' Or BAI.B or TAX CIRTtTI'1CATBB Or 1110. "MNO. D. C. son task a. .... Of o seas thereafter I lit*T.
.,.... beginning al the beard Tan .'.1.... I Pebllsh-d. womb It. 1l. I' 19311. tat memo war be reached In des 11014... rarllfk-nton together wit' all ,
AaplrraUM Na ..... I : ....... wll M
A, M., or .. save thereafter tat subservient emitted nr te-
"Iran he ,shat In du* swans.aa MOML i Notice b fcarrbr else that B. B. Pena NOTICE Or BA..' Or TAX CERTIFICATES D.td at M1..1. ......... thin slid ay old to Iha Wastes birtiter nl Ih. ( nrl t

Dated at Miami, F......... thin. Ik* II b.. land with ma writing rauaat of ....._. I.... Rover In Mlnml, an the llat dr of Mnxh.IMH. : !
,4ar of March,. !* th-t the ta> certificates _her with all A p..I0..... Na. till L ... LEATHERMAN: kMlnnlnc/ ., the hour of ten ..,'.l.k I Ia.
( IL .. LRATHKRM4M .0..Q...., omitted/ or ....... taxes Intludln Notice b hwrbr often that I. GrovarMorrow Clark CIraoIl l sorest.rids m., *r M anon low._time nn tat rams
Clark af Circuit Court V .....r IMT kald. kr the lute W adror.llMd has fllad with me written mutant ., County. Florida may be wrbs.. ,IN done --.
Dodo Co..... Florida and cold to fat klakMt bidder for that the sea oiniflrataa tonthr with all Court Doted nl Miami Florida thin lh t.d
ClrMll pert seal .. II prodded kr Chapter 1MM. of the Subsequent emitted or ..... lox" imeltut. t"UIt J.40 "NNO. D. door of March, MM,

by / FENNO<< D. C. IMT Art. of the Laa-blatura. upon UM law tat ?eAr IMT, held hr the StateRdo44.d ka I rt'IK'.ry.! ;.. I. II. II. !MMNOTICB B. H. LrATHERMANCbrk !
M.r. liH gat Apr. L loll i following nVarrlhH ml estate In thaCnnntr aad cold u the klahMt blddrfor Consent C.,,"
.i"lrubl0.h.d af Dada Slate of riarlda. ta-wlt: < cash M provided kr Chapter IMM. of OP APPMCATION FOil! TAX ...... c....... run M.Clnult .
EH of NWH of NWH af NE\4. BEH the IMT Asa af the Lm-blalura. upon Oman Court .....
i Or SALt OP TAX CXBTtrt.AppllraUa of NWH of NI%. Section 17 To.n.hlo the fullowlnt described real Rate In thaCoiintr File IMI4NotlM BT fNO rCNNO' 00 1'
CATn ka of Da..., alma af riorlda ....111 h ... that John .. nndAlbln ,
54. Range The taxes to sold araavldanead b -nbp "' (Puklbkad. Mnr. II. It "'rV
N*. HIT kr Cartlflrau No. IUI of 1.111, Lot I Blk. I Carolina H..... The axes A. Maxwell, ......... M nnrlimMof

Nation b bamboo *l ran that I. B. Rk. *. and praa.nte taxes for tat pars 1MO to fca arid. ara aoMmoad kr owtlftenuNo. ('/t, of H..'.... T.. OrtlfU-nte. Num. NOT It'" TO CREDITORS
son, agent at tha wnr, knt flM with "". ItM' and "". amounting to IT.I1. 11471 of IMT and nrp........ texas band IT. dated the 4th day of July A. D. In Court of tat counts ........ *..!' "f
,ma written ...._, that the Ui Mrtlfl.MIM EH of NKt NWti of : BorttonIT for the yen IMI to IMT both ...._ ... IMI, hara filed Mid Cartlllrate In mrofflc of Florida. Dad Counlr. No.' Mod.In .
_hop with all auhaaquaa omit Township 41". Rann In..I- taxes amountln- U IU4.6I. *. and hnM made application for ten .* rate of Charles M. )K/: D.T..11 .
(fled >M rneludlni the rest IMT. to ka cold an ..Id..... br CartlflraW t.t II Blk. t Carolina R..... The dnrd to bu ......- In nrrordnnM with ..
td"r. ha adrartlMd and ZiJ No. ID6T of IMI and represents taxes talent. to ka sold ass aoMcmd kr MTttft.MM I.... Bald Cartlfknw mbrM tat followlnf C..I..... Looro_. Dklrlb .
;t. the highest bidder for Rash u provided Yeses IIM. loll Itll to 1IIT ... 11471 of 117 and MpraMMatana _rl.... ,,_,. .-.. ta and All PvraofM Raving Claims "0 0*.
hr Charles IMM, at tat IMT Aete af .... t.Ij.: ... ..;, I.'d.:; Ill.TH. .1 I far the Iran IMI to IMT both InikMrrc Dada c.u.... riorlda. towlltLot monde Against Bald Route
LwlalntuN, upon the fullowlni described. Said. tea Mrtlfkiatea _her with alt ."""' ....* to 164.U. I I 4, Block, M, Hialeah Orbjlnal Town- Yow and nfb *f row nr* herbs n, I"-..
real MUM In the' County of pad, Stake urbaoq-irnt rmltH or I v! d taxes will ka !.'d It HIV I CwoNn.* Hin Th. harm nil., In lid ( II HlnlMh. County of and resulted to prompt nnr .101_ .,>,M| 1.
of ..Id to the hlKkaM bidder at the ConrtHouaa to b. r Id r. nrkHnnad kr arrtlfleaM Nof Dos sate of Fiveld.. mambo which po ar either at r*' fir
Lot S Bik.'Tia.le W. Moodr'a lu_. Th.' In Miami, aa the tut dar of Marrh.ItM. !1400 law? and :1927.:- saes tor Th MMMnurnt of NOW property *nd.rDM kaM against UM Mtete of Chnrte. H I Irbu

.... to ka will are arktennd. br / beginning at the hour af tan o'clock the ran 1914 to both Incognita, Mid OrtKlMM formal w.. I* tb.i ot rnrmlnvlo. O.kland Comely, Ml ....
aau No. 7106 at IMI and ...._ a. m.. ar .. aroa, thereafter a* UM Dome 'Amounting I1 .10. nama of ".k...... Unkwa Mid .bran. to the Counlr Judea *t Dodo ( "">
bum for the pore lit to IMT. 11"1 ".1' M _.hod /I. d. oo ow Lot M rik.: I Carolina R..... The UnMto MM hall h* redressed noaordlng to law.I ... rbrldn nl kb office la UM > nHOUM
.Inolualm, nmanntlni to '..1.. Dat..d at Miami, Florida this tat end ka stood. .,. arldnaad kr wrtirirateNo. tea dMd will bow.thsreoo o* tat Ilk dar'rfrMtedMihb'lnd at Miami Plot..... Notable' I..I..

LoM I to II klk. I 0... W. II..... dar of 91 II4HI nf 1I2T and represents axes "". month from the Urn .t UM flrat timVIbnlUw
No b. The taxto ka old are a....... M..b.1. B. tEATHIRMAN.! I her the yen IMI to IMT. both liMlvabra, day d II....... A. D. ..... ml Ohio notfaai MM Afghan. ,,. d.

nr .....'100... No. fWI of ItW and .... Cl Hl Circuit Catirt, ''unnwiUn to IH..I. B. .. LKATHERMAN moods to b* aware prM.n." asstsrAmW
-... awes for tka years late to Dada Coantr riorldn. I' Lot I OIL I Carolina H.t.. Th tan Clerk at Circuit Court. s. w'r.I.. be MyM Pro
both ln.lu.lva, Rereading to IM M HIT, Circuit. Ced9 Rest 'I. ... NOW ... rrhKnoad kr rtlffcata N. Pods Cuntr Florida 'Chapter ilM4 LVn ? the stab at PI.,,Wa

Hi of NEH ., NW' % ., MEI4 (loM IM or JNO FENNO. 140. C. M4U *f IMT and Npraarou teaM far ,Circuit Court- BM|. for r..r IMT.
fort aft Came Edl. Working ... Tow-hip (Published Mar. .. It. M. 198111 i: :the yon IMI ta IMT." both lasls4o. Br N. e. 1TllIm. D.O. Dated February ink A. D. I....

II, Rouse II -.. .* I." Mraa manr u I imountlna- IIII.M. : I (III... 4. 11. 16. 06. Ap. 11 CARL .. EI."
bow The land to ka rid 1 1 Lot I Slit I I Carolina Hit The taxes A* ,...11I... Administrator at the '..UMnt
are et/ NOTRE .r APPLICATION FOB TAX1DEED to b* aold ... rrkhmord kr Mrtlflrau No. SALE OP TAX CBBTIPI- .
dad kr _/II..... Na. TIM of logo and NOTICE Of Charles M. E.. IteraMod.rb. .
Mpraaaata Sores fur UM prove lots .. 11467-Alb of 1141 at loll and upimiate- forUM CATBBApphVatton ( M Mar. 4, II. la. Ill Apr. 1 I, II.H .
Chapter Ml i
I
IMT, both Inclwloa From IIM to IMT, bothrlrhe. Na. IIMNotlM MI.>
amouUnf to 111.41. I Fib A-MM I amounting to III II. h lMT.br ot/_ that A. *. Wi......
tire" I\I."T. 1%. I:I M Sot W BBU. Baa. Notice ta Vrrrkr ping that Viator. N. Lot II Blk. I Carolina Rata, Tk Trots. tee flM wltk m* wrttte. rmwaatI NOTICE Or APPLICATION rOB TAI 1
lot I .a II, aonlaln. B>riar and Mildred Easier ......ad andwtfa. axes to ka cold are .. .*.i.4 br tmlfl.nnu that the .x ....11..." together whh anoh.n..a DRIP

ka old anaa pro owe......r..Sam kr MrttflaaM The tuoa No.to ....... W total and Comtr Tai N*. U4aT *f IMT and r.rm nuMM entitled 1 r larid taw Including rn N.. IMMNotlM

till .! Hit and npraaante Certificate Ma 1T41 baaad theN darMflaate for tat Fear MM to IMT bothInclualM low bald by be Sate behew It narwhr time that Stewart Red ,
team for the
at ASs..P A. D. I", haw flood some amonntlnl to IM II. rI:14 the hurkMt bidder fr
1110 I to Elmer JMIMW, .beware M .kmi .f 1
Yemen to 1 T. built taalnarra
ln. to Mt.lt. MMUI I. "I' efl.. .d ham maid appl0.0ta. i;! Lnt M.ddrare Miami Boutn. TkatanMt e% M provided kr Chapter HIM. af tat Clip of latent Ta. Cartlfknte Nir

BaM tea arrllfhaMl ta4Mko with IIIlu.maui.t fee a .x dead M be .band -hotsaa. raw c- ba *.ld.naad br aoctlftcaiNo. loll Art W the LoIIIoIaI_. open the rind I*, dated tk* milk dar at July, A. U.ItM. .

emitted of ..... amkrana the fottowln dmrrllidarmjartf I41M of Into ai>d mamma totM.tar featuring diiiribid twal aauto tn tat I bar fund Mid CrtrflrMa 1 I' larafftea
Now to the ktekaat bidder at Maaa tka la Ika Comply W Dada, BUM of tat Fen IMI to I"'. both .......*, County .( Dade, Note of .......... MwMlUI and been mad application '. teadMd
Now In Miami Florida, to-writ i .1 UmauaUat to ...It. I. Sib 9. H.I_ 11._. Th to inner tlirrmn ta nu.idaax with
Itia kwlnnln,at a*the Ua hour Wtk of dar Tan W .".s..I Late I sad 1. Bloat 14. ........ Park. > Lat H Blk. IT Miami.... The tn_ UM to lie amid are ,rw*.aad br OarUfl.MM bw. Bald CartlflMM" mbrmM the' ',...

A. M.. ar .. MM threats .. UM Plat B wr ka reached la due Dada ftote of Florida I i I4IM at IM* and represents lames far tat rara IMI to IMT, balkbMlMrrc c..r". .1owIde. _
tinria.Oatad Tk ..M.aianr.t af raw Presently vndartba tea the IMI to IMT both pMhjarra.4uwannUnc 'is 'lllabah
at Miami florid*. tkla Ik ttk I seam .I nwanilnc to IM.M. Ut sib 60. Orlamal
dar W Kopek III" Sold Cartlftnate Instant was In UM to "".$. SaW Ban Mrttfteataa toawkar wtrk aH.nb.HM.1 ?.....>, N tat City at .10.... "Uonkrt
B. ama oft Unknown. )[ Lat _I'". H. Btearvbw. Tk tot** Mh settled ar ..... sexes will ka Dado auto ot KlorOn.
B.
< LIATK'.RMAH. U...* said aamfMntar ahall U ra.Mai14 SAW ass ......... kr MrUftoiM N sold to the bloomers bidder M UM Court The aft. odes
Clark Clrratt Court, _I.. to law. UM aumm IMT of IMT and memories ounce H_ to Mlnml. sm UM llat dar at M.rrh.ItM the Mid C.rtN0.a.reed" *y0. eat
D.4. Cannot. ,...S. dMWlo.4 tnaratli will ka saw to UM kltrk.M .I the IH* M IMT. both ......1.. .. 1
\ (chore cows wnsr Farm ..I. .. at the ban *l tow s'.Mob MM at UnkaMtn. u.... MM Cwtnt.
biddy at the Cant Meow door aw tat mwnla. to emu n. "I a. m r *n MO iktn/wr M MM aam sun nhnll W universal Mardwi te few..nw.41ba.tbure..wtatM2d.n .
IJIIO. FENNO Do C. fin Monday .. Own vessels of A..... NIL Lot I* Blk. ... AI........ Tk to me? ,Is w.rM4 a d. wile. ..
ruminated match II. 1.. as. ..... which b tat Nook dar ad APr.. IML to ... MM ... TMtend br MrUflMto. N Domed M Miami. rkwtda tkl. the tnd nf April A. D. IMA.Xwted .

DRAW ale Fad dnr W Manrk. D. 1 US.YAM. .' HIM of 1 oat and rpprMMM ..." day at Mark IMI. thai lad dar at Burr. A. !>. TOM
ORDER VOt ri'BI.ICATION. a:. B. LRATKIRA. tat Fare lose to IMT both te....., K. B. LCATHIBMAN. E. a LEATMIBMAN, '
lit TUB CIRCUIT ro.,.,. BLIVBHTB clock W CfrraM Cowrt Recreating to MTt.M.Bella CWrk Commit Cwarl. Clark *f CkwcH ':-*.

JUDICIAL CIBCt'lT. DADS COUNTT Da4a c-q Flarldn.ClrnftCawrlBMl. at BW MTMT Lai It Blk. 14Rot. P-d" *..,., ........ Dodo CwM. rterWn.OranllCaarrtBMt .
fLOBIDA. IM CBANntT.COM .1 .... park M racy W M'. I gar .1 Clmlt Coast Irak
NO. A>*o* .r N. C. BTCBBCTT: : D.C. ,iM> M POL '1'1oo.._ to W MM .. No rywNto, _Kr N. c. ncUlar.
Ukft P. Wright ConphluaV .... iM... i. u, J$, it) tdMMd kr rrUffaM. .... Mtll at |*|T (f.J 4. 14 14 rti ,1 .-1Z.' P96 1.4IIIiJ >


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1 Twelve THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Friday, March 18, 1938

t out of the tint ten will be back Lill 111111 U111 III_1TL111L1L11LW1:11nWHnL1: .
IM CAGERS
next rear and with the added determination a J
of 'B" team player Royal Del Monte
(Continued From Pica Three) to make food the future outlook ''
'; In Addition to these player contribution some promising and eventful. Gelatin Vacuum ,: .
', to the fame both have Below I* the .aeaaon* summary, D pack '
;1 ,- beta outstanding for their grit,da. including the number of games in Desserts \
termination and spirit In UM face which each player participated, and l '
. of odds." the shots missed and made and Padding Coffeellb.25c 1. "
With the groundwork laid Md the percentage, the free throws
J with I carry over spirit for next mined and made and the percent- pkc. 1 1 1 l
.1 year the prospects look food for age, the personal foul committed,I Ali
J a another tucceiaful tenon Sevta :and the total number of pointa. 'i
t SCAMnra SVMaUtT IMVIMI !ic Ik 49c h .


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Campbell's ... 25c
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left for Lancaster, Pa They plaa. r MILK 3 Tall Cans= Me .,
4 ned to atop at Punta Gorda for a lT1CE rraa American
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Mr. and Mr* C E. Nuckle left or Self-Rising

Monday, 0.for They their will home visit in Delaware the 3 cans .. ._ 29c .......................::29c
wen coast on their way north.on MOP Made br Maken ef CompbcU FLOUR ......._._...........55c
MrT"lTw loupe ................. ....98c
Mr. and Severy of 9etlroc'nrt4t'1 i e './ 3QTa
Miami and their daughter Join, +aM + Ne" Phillip'i Delicious Early SAVE THE COUPONS
were Friday viiitor here. lt4ileM Ca'4'
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JUNE PEAS Large package OXYDOL ...__ 25c
No. 2 can .... 10c
Large Fruit Bowl u.u.. .. .... Ic

, Oldest Chevrolet PORK & BEANS All for .. ..uu...... ... 26eWalker's

1 lb. can .. ... 5c .,
Anstex "Famous Flavor"CHILI

Dealer on East Coast Beef and Red Bullion Cross Cubes OR TAMALES

3 for .......................... 25c No.1 can .un 14c; No. 2 can 24c 1

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i BUSINESS roll L A:N' MARCH lets .. .. ....19c Fresh Meats [ Vegetates I

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USED TRUCKS nmnmmmmmaaeaTender
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5 Ibs. .. ......22cKellogg's PORK CHOPS Green

,; 1930 Ford S W Base; no cab; flat body; Garden Peas

good running condition ........................$ 83.00 End cuts lb. 29c
CORN FLAKES

:. 193J International Pickup; new paint; fine i 2 pkgs. ... 15c Branded Western 2 lbs. .. .. .u 19c

: motor; large Jumbo tires ......................28.>.00 I CHUCK ROAST Fresh Large

1931 Ford 157 inch D W Cab; flat body; MONARCH CORN lb. ... 23c LIMA BEANS
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new paint; good tires; motor in excel- No. 2 can 2 for 27c

hilt shape ....................... .... ........ ........ 165X0 Swift Branded Beef 2 lbs. . .. .19c
Sunburst Bartlett Round Steak
1936 Chevrolet 131 Cab; flat body; new f r PEARS I Fresh LarjeLETTUCE

paint; good tires; motor in fine condition No. 2 .18c lb. _.._ ... 29c,
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1930 Chevrolet; cab; flat body; 1938 taf( i Old Time Table Sirloin Steak 2 large heads 15c

worth the money......... .... .... 383 gAr 5.00 PEACHESNo lb. ..____ _.__ 35cBorden's
..... [ 2% can .. l5ci LARGE CRISP
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USED CARS CHEESE CELERYbig
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bunch _.' 9c
1937 Chevrolet DeLuxe Town Sedan J perfect I 4 oz. pkg. lOc
condition; radio;new tag;has had ,' REDLAND
exceptionally good care ...,.........j..l'f.1015.00.. 8 oz. pkg. 19c TREE RIPENEDGRAPEFRUIT

1932 Plymouth Sedan;new paint;good mo- Sliced BreakfastBACON .
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tor; braking system completely overhauled

; well worth the price mew tag 225.00 I peck ..uu__ 20c

1929 Chevrolet Sedan; good shape; priced I lb. __ __35c FRESH

;d .right. ;; cash ..................................,..........:... 50.00 I .' ,Countrj Roll Carrots or Beets
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1929 Plymouth Sedan; good tires; 'motor: I BUTTERLb.

:i good; cash .......... ........ .............. ...._..:.; 50.00 PAPPY'SGUAVA 2 bunches.__ l5c
} 1929 Chevrolet Coach; ; ; I .:... 35c
I. good shape cashprice WINES ..
..............,.........--..--..__........ 40.00 JELLY. f DixieMargarine \ '
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1930 Chevrolet. Club Sedan; cash price........ 65.00 i

I 8 oz. jar.14c lb. 18c 5 Ibs. .....I.. 24c
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BirdChevrolet Picnic Hams Potatoes

16 oz. jar ....25c5Ib.pail..79c 19. It IK average

lb. .. .. 21c 5 Ibs. ....___ u19c

Local Dressed New Red Bliss .

FRYERS No.1 Potatoes
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lb.38c 10 Ibs. ...... 18c
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