The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00167
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: March 25, 1938
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00167
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Universltj Station

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: Library Site Arranged, TOLL FOR DRIVE-TO KEY WEST

Iii Building Plans Pushed REPORTED AS DOLLAR A CAR


r CITYTOGET2 Homestead's Growth Soon to Demand

Addition to Municipal Power Plant I
I THE WEATHER Formal Opening and Cele-

bration Planned for
CORNERLOTS Homestead steady and substantial engine unit to the present facilities. Oltt..1 __ rwfn* 01 Uw RtlitrM IIIata..l
growth during the past' While the two engines now _.s 11--. rlMM .-.... July Fourth

tew the In use are not yet turning to full Ma I .' MID I Bw. Ma
\ I yean will soon equal oapacity, the daily demand for Mar. 18. *7 I <0 WOSISI ALL CONCRETE SAVE
IN TAX DEALS limit production of its municipal current has 1I'OW1to such an ex. Mar. 1. '. I 89 3013|
power plant, acordlng to a state; tent that It has been necessary to Mar. 20 .___ I as i 60 i i iI
ment read before the city council! place both engine In service In Mar. 21 ____.I I 83 I 141 |110.111| .07
Monday night by Frank B. Rue order to carry the excess load, Mr. Mar. 22 _. | 82 | 80 130.101 i Onlv Dressing Down and
\ E.Livingston Makes Offer utilities committeeman. Rue said. Mar. 23 82 60 30.OB| Finishing Work Yet c
Site public Addition of another Mar. U | 78 1 66 !30091 M
t 4y of at 1st Ave. In presenting figure showing Diesel unit to Be Done
and 2nd St. N. W.PARMAN"DESIGNING similar to the two 600 HP 400
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increase in peak load consumption -
an KWH capacity engines now Installed REBUILDING OF Next Tuesday the Oversea High
of 88 per cent since March would also mean a substantial j,
that way will be opened to automobile
1937 Mr. Rue recommended
> addition to the present
$15,000 STRUCTURE ills council study seriously the building Perhaps. a ;year will BURNED PACKINGPIANT traffic for its entire distance. with
't question of adding a third Diesel elapse before ways and means of ferries eliminated entirely exceptfor

.., '\Application for,.,W, P,, A financing the extension will be : IS SLATED big truck and busses while
found, but the situation must be the newly-poured concrete of the
.; Aid, Filed Months A'go, REGISTRATIONSAT faced now. Mr. Rue declared. With
Bahia Honda bridge la curing
to Be Renewed
Gordon ht'y. plant superintendent Rebuilding eft the office and
\" -- NIGHT SLATED. and ''liT'"ell, named aa a committee packing house of the Florida Avo The last concrete was poured
One of the rndj obstacles to to rbtam cost data and other information -i cadoand Persian Lime Growers: Tuesday of this week except for

conttrvction of a mujittiMl libraryIJutlMtig Mfc Rue expect*,.to bereseitt.e Waranja, da royed by fire I lafefltondnMidethtf1 hand ,fUll of the BiOila Honda "
hi HaiaertytMk federal .A OFFICE HERE dtfjfivte I Iritnttt ; """1etartel IprldgeAcordlng. I .01 1
VTUd wis removed $a *eelf of th'Mlecdon Je1I! to the council !* ftIthrts.3O' days, directors of the to information ,
of a site wnwn will meet near future he IIld.Recondltlonln' association decIded at n called received -
:,, aO requirements at minor ex- Hearty seven hundred voters I of the diamond meeting Tuesday night held at 1 here yesterday, that toll fir ;

penteto the city. have registered In Prenclnct Caves 72, I ball field In readiness for the com the home, Of the president, Col. use of the railroad right of way i
Homestead Mrs. W B.
e Unr a wfrtleii'>gre eiett prtsentxf tug.seejson .wutborlaed' by the AIWA -Tjlv
yesterday by' Pttstmaslii' registration' yesterdays deputy fternoan Minounced treat her oaunclt' Plfe*'Include the purojtsxe 1 c picking and a highway will be one dollar fur t
S. E Li\'ingstonj,,(o Councilman late gf a nWjtfsr&fx end -
In the chamber of .hi., JoMrtHom At the the car and 25 rent for each pits
'f W. R. Bird libriry;COminittaemtNt, headquarters chmmeree bulling The deadline she W4bot ligntf olea for the field clatKn I llle earrte Mr Livingston will donate to the Is 5 next Thursday. when floodlighting! system Installation north of the burned packing house. be located at Upper MMecumbe
city two lots on the northwest p. m at a cost of about $400, will
f ,the books must be returned to the where office equipment and I 60 miles south of Homtttead arid ,
,J cornet of First ave and Second office of the supervisor of registration. be In charge of Superintendent telephone have already been !In- Big Pine Key 40 miles north of I
II street exactly one block due west Iiey .
.In the court house at MiamI. I''italled. The light crop at tbl Key West I
of the resent library Iitexchange. MFI.' Gates Jrtew Jhe precinct The resignation of Ted' Hitler 'time of the year makes it possible The work to be done on tbe 1
the donor will accept ttioeUatw>ir j?reftotratlon bdkfc: VpijnV tthe] ts tnaoaget of tile rhunioipal iwlm-,I 10 get along with such temDorartjuarters highway now Is moiQf Srewitig (
; of outtttndlng taxes en two ad.(Chamber' of dbmmwee Uffle until ming loot was-accepted tn view.bf ,' and facilities. It wsa said. the concrete down. Contract B. ,
a joining lots in the Livingston subdivision the fact that Mr. Bleier expects I Chas C Turner appointed by
S p. m dally On Saturday however 'I which Includes the Long Key viaduct ,
I she will reopen the officeat I to be absent from Homestead during 'the director Tuesday night to slid TomV' Harbor I #iyl 4.

\ The proposal, then In the verbal 7 p. m. and keep It open until I the summer months APPU-I i!handle the insurance settlement, will be completed 'n to tage, was submitted by Mr. Rird I (Continued on Page Four) ;, (Continued on Page ) (Continued on Page Four) Contract C. including all roadwork 1
to the city council Monday night ,-- between Lower Matevumbe
The board unanimously but un- and OrallY Key will not be complete I
officially. greed to accept Mt.Livingston's NEW FLORIDA until July but It safe for
'I offer but asked that raffle now. I
If be presented In writing to comply OFFICE TUESDAY NIGHT !
All heavy construction has been
with legal formalities upon l
omplcted Remaining work lamcicly
advice of City Attorney Ira C. I
Haycock Formal acttort wiU be the imtshiag or drawing

liken at the next meeting, MrSWsaid I procesOpining- ]
of the) road on Mar 29 3
wan announced in Key West Tuesday I
In the meantime* plan* or
following a visit to Washington I
'WPA m.d'Ith
library project :
b B Duncan, chief
engineer -
ftfteral officials several mnnt' < \ I
of the t \'ersea Road anal Toll
age but delayed pending final I t ill, ..die ( n .11101 to oMtln per. '
Choice of a suitable site for the '
triton nom the public works ad- t
it i
burning, will be hastened to I ,
t 11lInlbll.tlon for the opening ontli.tt
cmpletton Acquisition of title i I r w I
d i .
to the property will undoubfedlpeed > t
governmental approval ,of 1\,1, ,'," "c"110n eq o. oreoretien 'm i
_1 1" ,, ,nth th. opening will I
the project :Mr Bird declarer cUrday < '1\1' t t
t. k,' 'ace 't. Tuesday. but Kea Writ

,. Designs for a handsome buil:. 1"" mink .\ k,gam c celeb niti<,,\
lag to cost approximately ,I-. con I i I it FIJullI' of July when alli

to aa drawn without charge by (,1,11- I i "I'. ..I the conairuoMo will
once J. Parman, Homesteni .It- '" ,11 ""mplttte4{ sod the hight l .
ehltect are now In the hands o f : ",all) OJ""p nt4 to the pub-

William Sydow consulting efigt l1a.

At the request
the engineer, Mr 'Haw thorne I* Speaker

preparing addiawings AtFath Fish Fry
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cation for federal EDWARD! STIUNO MBS. FLORA IX.MYERS WM, J CERONIMO The father-and-son flab try and I

i file Mayor C1erkattoI'M Marshal program of the Radiant District

PRICE IT Florida City's new administration ). administered the oath of] er T ;' i Haley K W. :Mullini Christian Men' Unkm tonight tn i
the price of po took office Tuesday night following -|office first to the seven IncomingFounellmem and ,MOIl Sever Two other Legion hall will failure N. V rno- I
of even-
Hawthorne speaker
cent to one dollar, the final session of the and then to Town newly-elected councilmen John as Miami
LA ay spells the dlf utgoui council which adjourned 1 I Clerk Flora D. Myers and Town r. Rohrer and Alonzo Lewis, were' police mi and chief H. ventriloquist Leslie Qulgg,,M chief ", i
en black Ink and line die after canvassing the I Marshal Wm. J. Ccronimo, both not present The retiring mayor
who have any ap election returns of Mar 21. 'of whom were ...-.Iected. was Morris S vlrman. Retiring entertainer
nt of potatoes left Edward Stilling sworn in as I Member of the council sworn 'councilmen were VTA. Rob.... Each member Is to bring'. his ron j
mayor by Emit P. Roberts;town Inhere CDS Clinton, L.i IT BetK I tQlntlnue4 Od Tare four or jOfteon'' BWr nt : J' ;


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; Two THE LEADEn ENTERPRISE Friday, March 25, 19'tS! ,

: have proven ourselves to be ia the tote who write the meat Interest veloped in bandagei .
Dade Needs 60,000 Votes to Abolish I I pest lag comment on their reactionsto "Are you married!" asked thi 'I

I It is not too late to remedy thesereondittont a trial drive in a 1038 Oldsmo- I doctor.
"Taxation Without I
I Representation"j thank God. but it will WJe.I wHo," replied the man. "I'vi
(be If we do not register at once.. I i TVe contest, which began been run over.."-Ex.
',I By Cterie E, swan | is estimated by pe'JUcal .....' Stop kicking and start working March I will end March 30 It: !
#j' \ "Rarfland District Resident Rl-!!jsues that the next legislature will 1 Stop howling about taxation with Is being conducted: through the I 1I
fused the Right to Register aiVetetw include at toast twenty-five men 'out representation by stopping un- 3.MO members of the national
,In Primary" 1 I|'who expect to 'be candidate foroffice fair taxation with ... tntlolL )Oldsmobile dealer orpaIat\aQ'j G&L
Such a headline would brag Old in the next state election. This is your country, but if the ,Any resident of the I
a dorm of indignant protest from[V we can register 60,000 vote in i real patriotism of actively engaging -j over 18 year old Is eligible to
OM end of the district the OM citizens would minimum of 100.000). those men eminent does not return to theJ! After taking a trial drive in a
the loon of election 'are going to give serious consideration bettor etomeiit In our nation I car provided by an Oldsravufle! :
demand the right to ...... 1 and think twice before will see tile goddess of liberty'turned once, Md otherwise create a they vote against giving us our into a scarlet woman keeping I an entry blank which must
f: I baloo that would be heard rightful representation In state political pimps in power Procured )'be countenlf md b.hi dealer or Bonded Roofers
the nation. Bul.. thing government. 'I'be.n governed from the average decent I his representative Space for six
the voter have to be begged these politicians by facts not cituen' indifference to hit bit'th-t{comment' of 23 word each Is SHEET METAX CRAFTSMEN:
exercise their right of .re'l theories, but theories backed by right. And whose fault ''provided on the blank under various -
much to the delight of (0,000 vote are incontrovertible be! subject heading well a.
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lous political bosses and UM fact to their mind formance, ease of handling safety,
ganized underworld. We hear I Our forefather fought and bled etc.
lot of criticism of the way our ( .1 to give u* the right of free fran BIG OLDSMOBILE When ready for submission the
ernment la being conducted b. chise. When we look at the rest completed blanks mutt be mailed SOLAR HEATER
those who have not taken the of the world today, we give thank CONTEST TO END,to the Oldsmobile factory at Lanilng .
trouble to vote in )'ean. i iI to those men for the heritage they Mich, where they will be f.. ... Is-_ M ..... ..,
It I* time the better .element\ have given us. But like many! Judged by Chris Sinsabaugh. edi-I -,.." ....... .. ....... and
) this country began to take an active another set of wastrel, what are I TUESDAY MAR. 30D tor of Automotive Daily New. .-swous saw WA .... t"910111
Interest In political affair, or we doing with our Inheritance*!' Clare D. Wright, co-publisher: of) .-....
the science of their governments U we are to Judge by the lack of !Automobile Topic and D. P.
r underworld, and the force interest U.registration hi thfc end E. Ra'iton, general sa'esi j Brother president of D. P. Brother
'. ( of pol=cal greed are fully organi- of UM county, we are turning It'I manager of Oldxmobile again reminds & Co.. advertising counsel G. & L. ROOFING CO.
ed. Md the remit to what we see over toe*, stock and barrel to the public of its nationwide -! ------- MIAMI FLORIDA
I' every turn in the conduct of 'those who reaUte its value and 30-day contest in which a A man entered the waiting room N I. TMk at X. *. PtoM I.|.TI
'f. public affair What right have(know what a hunch of tuckers we,cat a day will be given to motor-'of a hospital His head wa en
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we to kick If we are unwilling to
take an active part In government?
Whose fault will It be if we suddenly -
<< wake up and find ourselves
tinder a political dictatorship? At = "WANTED/ =
"\. ita, right her In South Florida,
we have taxation without representation .
and that condition will
>t continue for at least another ten
yean unless we wake up and ref-1t I It.
tater at least 60.000 vote this yea :." ..

!representslion on I bails of population but everyone GOOD USED CARS AND

know lit that theory there and I* a vat practice dtfferenoe .

when it comes to political affair
In Florida.' When this question
I come up before the next legiala
I ture, the lIMn counties' are going
to fight to.., the last ditch to keep TRUCKS IN TRADE ON
; control offour affair They will
bend every effort to continue to
loot our pocket of the money we
L r, end to the late treasury each
:year. And. with the poll tax
removed they a.. rotting up a
registration the like of which has NEW 1938 CHEVROLETS"
I, never fore.Are been seen In this state be ,

we going to continue to bray; .
like the proverbial jackasses we W
have proven ourselves to be In .;;
political matter up until now, or .
are we going to have tense enough -
.i II, to get down to case and adopt a !fouIl. 7JeafRA.
practical means to a practical end!

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rations for the position will be fIv. Our: used car stocks are low, following the
en consideration<< at the next coun-

cil meeting According to Mr. unprecedented demand of the last several weeks.
l) Rue, the city hope to reopen the
t pool about April 1.
Confirming the action of Coun- MIN' We want your car now! Bring it in and get our

cilman W. R. Bird sanitation committeeman -
the council authorized liberal trade-in offer on a NEW CHEVROLET.
the employment of a negro at the
city garbage dump to burn garbage -
dally as it I* brousLt In. .
Purchase: of a tarpaulin cover for The tremendous demand of the last rolet-tW car lAot is tempt**-and the new .
the garbage truck also was approved .
after Mr. Bird explainedthat several week lass reduce our Mock Chevrolet UurLa lie llarift-m..Jar At nation

he had received a complaint of ned can to a point there we're actually short Convince yourself that Chevrolet styling Cbev

against existing condition from: of certain popular make and models ITe mW rolrt performance, Chevrolet feature*-.nJ CW
: S. D. MacCresdy district Inspect
,, or fit the stato board of health. geed wed cr end tntckt! tVr nuking liberal rolls low pr Cft-alJ combine to make these new

: Retirement of 110,000 in Interest trade-in offer to ret them So now i* your opportunity model the best investment in motordom Come

{ due April loathe new issue of to get a new 1938 Chevrolet oa very in-brinf your: car or truck with you: -get our
t.:' j, f refunding bond which were exchanged 'jirorable terms! liberal trade-in .today TouTI be oAead
1 for the old certificate
,;L this week according to City Attorney Visit our showroom and inspect the new Chevwith! a CJww.ekcr
Ira C. Haycock, wa auth
I orised by the council Paymentwill GtM"l /mtWim.il nM-CcMMMM, Famimttml Af wily r."C' ml biases VJn ,
). be made from a special fund f
t derived from pat due Ues which
t have been eonwif In rapidly to
the office of City Clerk Ralph L '
Edwards sine* the bond deal and .
lowered mlllage became effective. -


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Friday March 25, 19M THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pan Three c

When Where Must Be .C the Lions Club will be Ladsn log in the Deport simony school Mn. CNMV Z. Deuei. ttie Rev aej
I Japan Stopped, ,I., lib" It was ...-.-.. On tk* MMlim. et a skeet iiatiln, heldhelm's Ian A. M. VMs* the Rev C a 111I

Asks Speaker at Lions' Luncheon irogram will be a ballet of ten a pti4uck atMhpsr which Nelson and Mrs. AnM ark from the dancing studio of was attended by the wives of theMlnlntoni the Redland Community '

---_ .. ..- : 3IU Peck In Miami. Half to three- mod by church bend I Church, the Rev. T. Ha Norton,
"It i i. very likely tl'llh.., tt If South and c.ntnl"n. In : tuarten of aa hour show will bi members and their huebande and. Mr. and Mrs Wm. IDJop. Mr. .: ;
not our job to save China, but we I Auurtnlaaia or In the Dutch East presented The speaker will be:, .,-I...... I and Mn. John D. VVjnsoog and] '
bate lone held It our Job. and our: Indies. Even In Alaska the Jap. pity Commissioner Alexander Orr Dr. A. M. Vivien gave the address I Mn. Maude B. Chandler the Silver :
necessity: to save South and Cntral i-neee salmon teduetrin are making ,I :'r.. of Miami whose top c will!1 dial of the "evening-a talk on the I Palm Methodist Church; the
I America When and when concessions to our IntomU 't.th the future of Miami and pyramids and Dr. H. S. Wolfe :, Rev and ..... Thoa. a ihekaon 1

then between China and South and restrictions by our fleet anj South Dade payed: Uo \ .O1n! numbers with : and sea Tommy. Mat W. J. ;
America or between China and coast guard on Japaneee tuna lumen .I I Earlier morning mall .<; the! ol>- piano accompaniment by Dr Brook 1M.... Cook. Mn. W R. i
our own Rocky Mountain must in the vicinity of the fleet tect of a tout civic clubs commutes Carl F Robinson The program.Ooodlng, the Free M.UIINiM' ;
Japan be topped"" 'maneuvers round do not aroma j started Tuesday night with wins arranged by the Rev. T. H. I Church; and H. W. MuUlns. the -t I
ThIS question WM propound Japanese protests at pretcnt "I ppointment of Sam J" Davis. R. Norton and the Rev Oeo. r DeueL !' Florida City Community Church. .
.. t Edwards and J, O Wynn from I Miss atllubeth: Schatt Who to
10 the RedUm District Lions Cub . How mueh bettor to be Six churc,ies were represented
.I tin meeting Tuesday night in able to top a Japanese invasion ne Liam Club at the request of The Re\ and Mrs C. N Walker denominational are WM pree j

Silver Palm by CV. W C. Powers .of Mexico, for exmple without a Oeorge W Turner Jr. president' Mi and :Mrs W. R. Cheshire Mr ent.
f the Redland District unlx-i
Of Miami a Marine for 30 yean. war I'1\'e clopped the F-enoi inn I ( and Mr<. S H fitch, Mrs R, Ef :.
six of which was spent In the \ >kxi of Mexico in IRftT bv a of Commerce.Rev. ,h'> nl<. r L Mcllvvam and T CMtackellnrd rim FORMED
Orient. and at present n mmb "uperior arm>' on the bo dcr! How I represented the Pint i I The Weal Florida COY Neighbors -
of the general staff in command much better to force withdrawal J. J. Richards Will Baptist Church: the Rev. and Mrs Club formed at a luncheon
the general staff college of Japanese encroachments In Preach Easter SermonThe .F J Richards and Mr and Mn Saturday u ,tu Manklln srove
i "J"punne progress elsewhere Alecks without II war I>\ n -u- Ivan !M3rr the Homestead toted t.> back the present mayor
In the Pacific is being held up; Un- Jar fleet adequately b iced in Rev J J Ri, I hard \.ill:I Method Church. Hu Roand I I ,1 1, .I.inl Ii .11 alYnI'cv..
til pmt objectives on the con tbs. Hawaii and Aleutian I*. preach 11\ the union I-..I'I "'",.' Mrs t I. Nelson Ii, and Mrs ', nl iIt i i ,. ,. n.in;i.. ant la
Unei,I ,,'eOIIIOIidl ." sail. 'T"d.. thin lw 'iiiMt i"( .. "van service 'n Legion P.ik. IOn '\p' 17 11 S Wolf,. nnd Mi .M, MrJ ,' ,I I'n '\ up of >|':crt
I Col Powers We don hour mu'll thou ?h nohlc I ("I'n ; our n,vi II.. Ii .",1 D"'I"1" ," d M violin tthe H"m, ,1 i t..d, Pre>- .1' d'wn wfi'" onf
now about Japanese activity In "r'Tt... "I 11 alt m t n ,>< n <11.1('" 31., ""j. .,. '. rI' [ "" I' R.and
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freer Trophy awarded to I
ruche Baking Company lot a
standard tool rated III t7J.
Experts sat ".0 la about the t A
f Unit bet -Ooft T. rucha
Jr. says ae ')0.... to attain n
even IOU eventually.HOLSUM .



TOP U. 8. HONORSMiami :

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Dread Proves

Finest in Entire Country Additional scenes
from Miamtt past
wilt be presented
Competing against bakeries from In subsequent ads mmNHmHIBmCHwns""Bomt"IN1S13 .
Key West to Seattle, limbs Bakfaif of this series. i
Company, with plant located I I

awarded IB South the Miami.Harry Fla. 1C baa rreer been FUCHS STARTED BflHING BBTHa BnEHD

Trophy highest award In the bak

big ladiutry .) 1913. Miami turned out "... mcaeV .; .
The award was made by W. J. On June 12. citizenry '. .. :
Long Co. consulting food chemists > to celebrate the opening of Collins Bridge the lint definite ,V
al Cnlcago, for a standard Hotaumloaf
Bole between Miami Beach and the mainland"the longest wooden bridge '
rated at 17... This U consld- ) If! .
seed near perfection aa the. theoretical la the world at the time. Miami Beach counts III development from this "..,0 "' .
maximum of 100.0 .la virtually t. .
11III001_ .
to attain.
impossible f: ,
However, the Ita Ficha Bath orfsnlaaUon.celebrating anniversary. ID: that same year. Charles T. Fuchn. |r_ turned hJ. hobby lor cooking to .I.. "

this week baa eat lIMit the goal of practical line and the "..,o mil.stone of loday'g Hotaum Broad was eatabhahed. Az;.7 '

tt performing will take this all "Impoaalble"their resources feat In the twenty.five year Bine then. ruche Baking Company ha .

however, since: /neh..seats are already paralleled South Florida's growth to become the largest Independent Bakery !,,: .

entire combine country te. select markets the of beat the in the South. Always a step ahead fai irtiExmg the finest equipment and .*

flour yeast and other Ingredients puNt Ingredients, Holsum baa grown--will continue to grow as mar people ?

ebtalnable The mere fact that come to this area. Because the Holism loaf b ranked by independent chemist
their preeent product la ao highlyrated
meant that there Ii not much as among America's finest-and South Florida's housewives will continue
farther for them to go In their
to demand this truly Better broad.
search.The .
Long organisation serves
some too of the leading bakeries In
the country Their microscopic teats
umlned thousands of loaves submitted t.
In thla nation-wide contest,
checking almost gram for anJ-
purity quality of materials, methods -
and mechanical handling Afloat
,...." teat enlisted the. aid of
epicures, chefs, bakers and a creeaatctlon -
of the consuming publi I I t'I' i
While the award la pleasing to
the entire Holawn erganlaatloa In
Miami, they. are not .urp..... They BREAD
are aware that no better Ingredients -
and machinery exist. any .

where.attained The overwhelming fact that" they leadership have tJ. GROW In G outh. 91.n/ .- -:

to their own territory la evidenceof I
their product1 auperiorlty "We
already knew we bad the beet to i Baked hFUCI1S -
tenth Florida." they say.Now '"
they chit M we have the beat MAKING CO3I1MNYTee
to merlcaira just a case ef -
.tog to a little nun territory" Seefa's lereae lacepeWeer (eaerr.r MEMO


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: Pare Four THE LEADER ENTnRPRISP Friday March 25 1938

.I t TOE t w LEADERENTERPRISI ..5th tP..al ice. I n!E::1' tI f fLORID Wmm U-Ih--: v a n; II I The till Behret appointment to sworn the only Into went applicant office to Hen at H<

meetlr of the councIl It 10 he hel

1,1, .11.. ARCHER ... EalMARJORIa .- Ytondt \ night Selection i ftix

f' LEACH ARCHER as,ussor will be made I Inter
A.llabe I4HIoo u .
n''I At IIII meeting Mondn nigh
....... u ..... ..... Hill Mtt* I the council will discuss way, a.
\ MOT S. ten, on .he uses tint m
\ H...M 4. DM** .**. Ik* MM .. eAROL/NA : means of meeting pressing i pledge(
.f*> I, ISTS.SVBSCIIPTMW. obligations and arrangements wi

I ;, MIC*. '1." A TEA be made for obtaining feitllz

f I Lf' IAR.OQUEI 11Q--; ", "is for the royal palms in the park

way on Palm venue. which havi
"What Price? not been fertilized in two >tars.

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Why are drivers
( patron,zing I i iI iI iI iI BURNHM'LANTContinued

\ Cozy grills with

; shiny: bars I ( ""from Ham One) ,

Corporationsadvertising said the lots of buildings equip.

q I men, and material would probe
r Liquid
f swifter. se.eF .j covered by insurance

I The fire was discovered by 'Dr.
Why are giddyspeeders I 04 14 Lloyd C. Shanklin of Florida Citj

Usdgf as he was returning Cram MIami

; Pathways llttlatliag at 11:30 Monday night I little more

far astreyTUnderneath I than an hour after n dnec-tora

meeting, held In the office of the
*' plant, had adjourned The fin'

I \i sod we're ....... was la the office building when

s Mangled vielisia- discovered, and the only expla-

;. every day. I 4I J? nation of its origin advanced U
Cresson E. Finch
that It.started from a cigarette
tub dropped unwittingly into a'
1 Highways Must Be wash basket

3 \ Remodeled Dr. Shanklin roused the residents .

i of Naranja and turned in

v I\-\} Charles M. Upham internationally + NEN2Y A. an alarm to the Homestead fire

recognized highway authority department, then with his negro

... and engineer-director of the i l DCZAND helper coupled a garden hose to

'1 American Road Builders Association the electric wjater system of the
f .
Ii. Washington, D. C:., who arrived / rOUNfE packing house and stream '
!f.1 In Miami lest week to attend THOUGH on the packing hobs the

:/ and take part In the annual meeting ONCE ABUNDANT DZIAKD pressure went down following
of the Florida section of the burning of the electric wires.

American Head Builder Assocta- ,7/(/$\ LITTLE FLQZ/DA When the Homestead fire apparatus -

,;'. tion. urgently advocated remodel le47eor NQIVC1KTINCr / and, later, the county fire
1 big the nation entire system ot mil from Redland school an\ed
highways on the scene, it was found that

"We believe the roads of the notion > the cap on the fire well at the
packing plant was rusted fast,
have reached a point ot obsolescence
I "I' where there Is urgent As recent as 19 5, Harold H. Bailey in possibilities after a visit to thin! state i*. and precious minutes wero lost

I :' need for remodeling the entire his book "The Birds of Florida" said of 1876 Henry A. DeLand gave uy his *v nufactunng while it was broken off When

r i system, If we arc serious in our the Carolina Paroquet "I am glad to say business in Fairport N. Y.. an*. water was finally played on thaw ,

assertions that we want to diminish that I have positive knowledge that thereIs came to Florida with the idea! of founding I flames, th* office and parking

Americas great disgrace still a small colony in existence but I a town in Volusla county On land I house both were badly gutted Mr.

of more than 38,000 trafflc-sccl- do not expect it to last long, especially he acquired he was the moving factor in Turner said that the charred remains

\ dent fatalities each year," said after this fact is published" True to hi.* creating a social!, educational trligtvut! left standing would mean

Mr. Upham 1.. an Interview in prophecy the last of these birds were fin- center, II* generously gave bth wad lIn') only expense for their removal.

his suit at the Everglades hotel ally chased to their last stand and when money for necessary imrof\'IoDla.: churches ", Mrs Sada Hobson assistant

"We cannot, however, recommendthat I refuge was taken in a hollow tree the and schools making jxwibte tea manager of the association: who

we embark on a program of entrance was closed and they were collectedfor splendid city of today thatIt bras his tWtJ has carried on the executive detail -,!'
of the since the
super-hlghwys in a totally unprepared I one of our !largest museums. Thus was Mr. DeLand who laid the fonndstw
resignation of C. O Calderwood
condition. While we ended forever the existence of one of the for Stetson University by erecDrs at n>* several
a* manager months ago,
grant the fact that .u most picturesque of Florida birds. own expense the building now bon us Is still carrying on, E. A. Carter, '
are r.hlahw'Y'1 Delighted with Florida's climate and DeLand naIL
almost Inconceivable for many years manager of Red-

areas we do not I land Citru Growers Association,

building of even one ot these su- UIlIIIllIllIlIlIIIlIIllIllIllIlIllIIIilIlIlItIIi A. Soper and had been tentatively offered the.
family are
position of of the FlorIda
per-roads until an exhaustive survey -' "
; to Peters this week
has been made of the entire i : .. Beldler tendered her I Avocado and Persian Lime
20 Years res Growers with the undeist ndmtf! '
country to determine the : Ago'IIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIfIuhIIIiIIIIIIIII ; tlon aa Red Cross secretary
most In need ot location'l treasurer Mrs that his prior connect: soul.
ray Hol- be unaffected, since grapefruit
lurge-c"" le \ was elected flnnnelal
i secre season and the avocado and I meseasons
levUtloi : / / i and Mrs C. W. Camp was ,, '
do not conflict t t" n appreciable -
"The prime factor In a surveys]
: recording and
The f.lle-lns Ite.s I correspond.
are extent. fi 1 his suggestion -
of Urn kind, Mr. Upham hells fr.m HIM of the H..et..d I secretary" .' .
lied rniwt necessarily EnKrprlw .....11.... MM IS. Ian]. however action on hit
contln-j .. Mw south "I..... Iteniwrmm ... response to the plea appointment was postponed" until
economic Justification of _..
Orl ire with the 11
lected locations of super-highways .........-. Illl organization of Junior Red After the annual meeting of ,:ock
associations: has resulted in holders of the Avocado and( Lime
The bin job of the American road Mar 21. 18tl"Coun:11
builder however is that of bulld-! : school winning the Growers. to be held Api| it I 4, la.

ing safety Into all roads We are : met In regular session ; of $14 for a hundred per order that the incoming: / .!red of

I: convinced that we are performing on Monday night A successor ; ; membership, offered by E. & directors may have n free 1 hand. ,,
,to n t .. in selecting the nun who 1< to ,
a real service to the American I Edwrdt: resigned, was
highway user bv eliminating those appointed, Dr. J. B. Tower receiving I and M.,. A. L Hearn and manage the association: dUl'Jn the :

road hs.rda that are beyond thecomprehension three votes against two have recently moved into I year for which they will bo re-

l of the average'for W. F Pennington new home northwest of sponsibleREGISTRATIONS.

r motorist In his high-powered, 1938 '-"At the home of James Brown '. corner, where he has

model vehicle In this connection, :Rosa-- little girl, Dorothy Pearl j I i 1 I of a 100 acre lime grove I j jIII
Monday night the
i we are firmly entrenched In ourfight Ross, March 13th. at 143: a, m." moon being ,
I II I and the night perfect, about I
against the diversion I of the I
At the home _
of B. F King
of their friends gave them (Continued From Pac On)
I gasoline tax and other motorvehlcto 'son, Benjamin F. King March 18th ,
week"J '" party ." to afford added oppor,un ty to
I revenue to projects that are I at 5a.m. I I f :; Tower d' Loretta voters to register
totally unrelated to good roads
, -"On March ISth at the home of and Howard Jackson have On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday >
a construction and maintenance If ,
t B F, Stebbins son, Freeman out of school this week with of next week Mi>, Caves
I i I
r the highway user is to obtain sate I
v Case Stebbins, 12:30 a, m" : ," will keep the offio open from 7 0
t roads over which to operate his ''
I.1.' motor vehicle in comfort and security -"Mrs. Strikland, mother of MI'I.I Rosalind Garfunkel of to 9 p. m. In addition to the regular ,

It will require the use J. R. Sullivan, fell and broke her Is a guest at the home of daily schedule! for the convenience ,

, every penny *f the money collected .1 elbow on the way to the meeting I Anna Lochrie for s few days" of those who cannot lei e their r
In th* Garden Theatre Sunday I work in the day time to ""Ister.
In those tuxes that I have Just :
' night" Florida law requires all note
mentioned. The hlhw'1111e1l-
OFFICIALSContinued to two years
ers register every
\ the American motorist-Is a stockholder -"Mrs. Victor will leave on Thurs.day '
In the nation's highway for her home in Moberley and registration is due this year.
} We. but will : i r Other registration deputies and
system The dividends that he return In the fall" From; Polls OneJ the
their headquarters in Redu
should lawfully receive in return --*O. I. Gault, W. B. Caves and u
B. B. Pullen, F B Lein- land District are as follows:
for his investment are food and L. L. Mover were called to Miami
and Mr. Stlllng. Precinct", Goulds-I, J. Leggett -
( ate rottds" I m Monday by the total draft Becker I I J
was ,
unanimously at his store
; When asked about the Florida/board and placed the first classon t
at president of the coun Precinct 89, Silver Palm-
section of the parent organization the occupation draft I '
He proceeded to make five :Martha Cunningham. at her residence -
I% Uptwm stated that It was One "At the Dad County Fair in
i appointments as fol .
ot the most active of the associaI Miami last week. Aldus and Roy
: sanitation Rohrer: frig and I Precinct TO, Princetor A W
I tion's many affiliate groups I : LewIs, police Haley; I I McVlcker: at his store
throughout the forty-eight states. I amounts and further stated that I buildings Mullins: .tI't'etI.1 I I Precinct Tl. Redland 1 W.

Mr Upham predicted the con. 1 as better road are built with this : : finance Clinton. I I I Campbell at his residence ,.

tlnuatkm of federal-aid appropria-l money the traffic accident toll Robert did not apply for Precinct: 73, Florida City 'Vtrv i

lions for highways in Increased[ 'will decrease proportionately ai town attorney I flora D. Myers .it her re",denrf :.

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Friday.Iarcl125I938 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Fiva t

.. .. .. .. .. .. ... 1 wagon trails. The building! ofroads .I.
tint begun in im The
Redland Rattler Pioneering in Citrus Growing riMidt East Coast Hgllw"y ex- ,
I : The lanaioa traps Miami to KM Welt
By Margaret Albright i
........,....... ....""...." ......"' .. .. .. ...... ,..,..""",,,,, ...,........."," was built In 1MM The Drake!*
BY SHIRLEY IIARIC.KESS.mwmar.wwanwa..wtoatsn Tram railroad WIN built fi
This la UM third ....... al -GUatpiaiInte of the pioneers who came here to Is now known ns I' inreton

+.a.awe.a.o the) aaa shame.......af. kr tile the**...nd.....IMalrMwklra af ...". homestead read in the newnpupeM to about nine miles imitl,west, et
Redland High Will Give Popova suitably punished for Brutish dM .rt...,. ., .... K...,.... HlakHra of how they could let land cheapin Princeton This railroad was
and l. Th. kaak Was ..ltl"'" at the built to help cut down timber sad
14 and 15 I his crime, preparation gi I SMIand IMalrM YnM FaaUral mat la ha.IM the Redland District, and they
Operetta Apr. gaily forward for a Joyful com pahllaaad. mortally hi the Laadrr Balar.prba. purchased the land without having move It away in order to clear
bination of riches and romance b Bark. af the alna chiselers tile waa *rHaan eeea it One of these pioneerswas the land to build norms.. Al
dirianril ataaaral Mdar
.. "Haee of the Danube," an op*- Eurolanla. kf af a MUa Baas Pama, UMInrtar Mpaflalan Mr. Frank L. Berneeker who tint the MIMI were built of togs '

tetta In two acts, will be present The RetUand District, mont of came here from Utah with his until the people were able to build

; at Redland School auditorium on One of our seniors comes across family He bought his property more substantial homes.
mites of
us grant, la twenty south
Thursday and Friday nights Apr. with a nice little bit of poetry and built a home, and planted and cultivated Homestead, which was the main
,; says: "How true, how true!" Greater Miami, and is composed a large grove of all kinds settlement In the Redland District, :
14 and IS. This musical fete will
Vice of a region about thirty miles of citrus fruits which Is wen was depended upon as a source of ;

contain plenty of uniforms, fine Is nice square It has been unusually; know throughout the Redland supplies Among the tint buildings ,
clothes, tuneful music, lovely; But a little virtueWon.t District now. In Homestead were FreesVariety '

princesses, and handsome heroes. hurt you. blessed In more respects than there I There were but a few small I Store and the Seminole ,

and a chorus of plotting eonsplra Is space to mention. groves In the district: when Mr. Hotel Other small settlements

ton It Is ably directed: by Mia Plan Easter Seal Sale The breezes of the trade winds C T. Albright and his family migrated out from Homestead are consider' ,

Rebecca: Fisher cool the atmosphere in summer to the Redland District. ed as the hands, arms, frm. etc,

a The story takes place somewhere For Crippled Children and keep it pleasantly warm in 1,Since then people have found that I while the rural 8ICtlon..N the ;

along the bank of the beau.tiful winter. This create an ideal year ;this is a citrus: section and we are larger part of the body. "

blue Danube river. But 01 Plans for the Easter seal sale around climate which U one of :now supplied with an abundanceof Too much cannot be aId In '

the morning of our story the little of the South Florida Crippled the many reasons people have come favors which nature sees fit to praise of the many prom III,,11 t citizens ,

kingdom is feeling more blue thai Children's Society were made at from other parts of the country give few parts of the world. Rare both in Homestead mid the ;

It la beautiful, for the simple a luncheon meeting last to make their home>> in the Red. 'tropical fruits, the most deliciously rural sections who have done aa '
reason that the royal treasury Ia day at the Coral Gables sun-I land Oistrit :flavored grapefruit in existence, much to further the better understanding i
a'' exhausted and so 1* the patience Club attended by advisory When the Rodland District was i early oranges, avocados Persian and good will between ;

t of the royal army which has not members from communities in the beginning to advance Miami was I limes-all these and many others. those independent neighbors, .
'w been paid for so long that It II ten South Florida counties I but a town of about 7,000 population i including winter vegetables which farmers, and town-mien The i

likely to sit down at any moment.I The following are mem. There W..R't anythingbut 'ate shipped all over the country I seeds they are planting still bring

Count Serglus von Popova, a low- ben of the advisory; beard from I wild growth south of what is I jive u* every reason to be II a tt'- I to the Redland Dish let t the mont

down vlllian If ever there wa this town: Dr. I A. Smith Mrs now the Flasjler street bridge ful to be able to live in this dioIIILt I profitable crop:: ever h..I \ i-lid- ]

s one is plotting to take advantage Frank Skill, Mrs 1:. J. Dyal, W. I. i The RedUnd District was well i one that their children Ball i I pot.tcilty .
of the unrest and start a revolu
I Flak, 1. R Brooks of the RotaryClub advertised In the North because In the early: d.>ys. then w:s will be grateful f",
r' lion assisted by two equally; Iowa -
Mrs Fntnk Schneider ol I the older settlers told of how well just a small wagon trail from the
down reseals Demetrius Doodle- the American Legion Auxiliary,, 1 tropical, fruits and flowers grew Redland District to Miami and It I "Whit I the best \\ .IV i to keep
t dort and Trombonius Tootlctop and W. O. Talbot of the Lions I in this district and of man's safety took a full day to travel the dis- ants out Of a picnic lunchits I ; j
} This is the week of the.rose fe.t .- Club. 1 from the cold weather that he hud tance. There were no other roads, E. T. '

tlval Among the many visitors to endure in the North. Some ut this time except these small "Eat It for breakfast Cd, i
attracted to the scene are Dar- LEGAL NOTICES I rm1f11NIM111111allillMill

'" rell Davis, news photographer, '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' '''' ''' ", ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,, ''''''''''''''''' }. [ "fR1fTf T""RilWo. n'1' .... .... ? .. .. ....
a and Percival McPlpp, who readily; NOTICI or APPLICATION Pont TAXi r"
admits that he I* one of the greatest Clutter IT4J7-Aela .! IMS Fill A,ItllNattoa : I
moving picture directors who k hereby .r.a. that c. ft. ....

I; ever came out of Hollywood; The sale holder No.of toio state Lured and the County Ilk day Tax al Cartld AIM

presence of so great a moving picture .... A. D. teas kM NM Mm la mi oflief .
and hu mada application for a tau Safer and
j Highways := r1..
11 director causes much flutter dud. to ka leaned _...... Bald Cal I
I, In.the hearts at the king daughters MM amaraera the iollowlM *aerlba.impart <
t ? la tie OoiiBtr al Dad. SUM al
as well as the remaining royal Florid. .owlliMS :
and peasant girls McPlpp, who of JH4tlnn t?, Township II : :
South Bum S7 Cut.: ,In the Countyof j
Is Impressed with the beauty of: D.d.. BUM al Florid
4 the palace as well as the plctur- TIM aiawminl af Mid pMpartr under ; Reduced Used Car Stocks
the Mid drtlfloiM toped was In the Mm ; 1 1i
d eiqueness of the costumes, has an oft Unknown
1 Inspiration. He will pay King Unless Mid aartiricata thou tea radVam.d .
iMrJln aa law. the vruparur aauria-
Montmerency a minion dollars for ad karat will aa Mid to the towboat Mdxter ,
the use of the whole kingdom, ., tile Court house, door .. the flralMMMtar
III the mesh of May. |.M, whMli These the two outstanding of the NATIONAL
are accomplishments
people, palace and au, and will the Slid dar at Mar mm.Dalai .
produce a romantic drama dealing this tat, d., of Hand IMS.t .
B' laaMncHMAWClark i USED CAR EXCHANGE WEEK recently concluded. hIs
with the love affair of the prince afOSaiit Oavrt
and princess In a European court. Dado 000nI.... ylwIdeBy

Since this is central Europe, the Chuult Court 8..1 N. C. 'TJlRRITT. D. C. Your Car Safe to Drive ?
story will of course include a Ilia.. 18, II; Apra I. I.

revolution, which will be enacted : !." ',1 711 1
with the royal army. the supers DIE i There are still l values] Reconditioned
In the play.Darrell's. Chapter IT4IT-Art. af 1MJ. Fib AIMSNolle. some tyllent among our -
U hank* ilvan that B: II. Croat
moving picture camera lay holder of ftatta, and Conner Tu OarUfleata and Guaranteed car$ come in and let us show you now.
his No. Ion .laud the M. dy at
not but
yet arrived the king
August, A. D. 1911 has filed aaaM S my'
and McPlpp agree to hold a generalrehearsal off.... and has made application fbr a
in theevening, so as to tax dead ambracea to ba brad tho following tkaraoa Sold daaerlbadpropany Car.Ufkatta If your budget does not provide for a new or Exchange Car

practice the business of having the Hi the County af Da
mob storm the gates of the palace, Florida. ,17 to.wlttLm. to SO Black 10. 11_,... Point comparatively small a difference there is between Safety and Motoring
firing blank cartridges and throwIng Bub.. Plat Book 14. pan So, ia the ;
supposed bombs and clamorIng Oounly af tao.>. SUM of Florida. Comfort the hand and Trouble and Disaster the
Tim _....,,' of amid property under on one on
in typical mob fsshion Mc tka amid .....111.... Wad wa. In tha nana
oft North Watch Realty Co. other.
PIpp the king that two
assures or Unless aald aartlflrau wall ka radaanadawordln
three good rehearsals will be all to law. the proparty dwrlbadtharalii J

they need, after which they can the court will Imm aa told door U oa the the highest first I.t Monday : Visit our shop and get acquainted with Mr. Alexander, the I
proceed with the actual photog. In the month af May. inn which la IkaI.
raphy 1.01 day or May. lose : factory-trained, expert mechanic in charge of our service department i
Dated this seed day of Match, U...
Everybody is del lf.ited with the B Clerk LKATMFKMAN Cousin -rt, : ; be assured of conscientious attention to all orders, large or ; !

turn events have taken but no Data County, rlnrldnClraul mall.!
one more so than Popova, because Court:ill C. TEI""t" c. : :

he sees a chance to change .the (Mar U; Apr I. S. )9) : I
mock revolution into real
a one
by putting real bullets in the guns momentum SPECIAL NOTICE TO FORD OWNERS

and real dynamite in the bombs,

thus wiping out the king and courtat : Ample] and modern equipment Is essential to 100% shop effi- ; !
one fell stroke, and enabling .
him to seize the reins of government ciency. We have the latest, factory approved equipment including _\

He plots and plans with
a recently installed lubrication rack.
Derretrlus and Trombonlus to
meet him in the center of the garden .

take the bombs he hands of customers availing themselves of the
them and dash them at the very Many our are economical

lIMIt of King Montmerency and his I : lubrication-checfc-up service as represented by the Ford"Owners' .
Service Certificates.
But fortunately for all concern 0 '- .:

ed Darrell and Karl overhear the 1 :
plot In time to foil it by a clever
trick, thus catching an three vil- General I Let us explain this to you it will actually save you money :

lians in the act, and saving the and perhaps unexpected repair bills.
lives of king and courtiers alike ,,
Darrell is rewarded with the hand Public UtilitiesREDLAND I : i iI

of the king daughter, Rose while

Karl gains a similar prize In the nomeetnd hone 105-JI REDLAND MOTORS Inc.
person of Pamela McPlpp. I : )

I Authorized Ford Dealer :

CAFE : Phone 21 Homestead, Florida a 1

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{t Pare Six TUB RAPER-ENTERPRISE -Friday, March 25, 1938 r

: Belief That Violin Must Be Old to Be tone, far greater than it was pos.!price paid for pottage stamp by It will Improve with ua*. In time
tibia to create with the old stand,- collectors; five to ten thousand comparison you can get much

Good Built by Antique Dealers srds This ha unproved tin e I dollar is occasionally paid for greater value in a new Instrumentthan
up standard and violin soloists Coda, can make a greater effect than th,: \ ue'i Is not there It is a fire I violin you will get an instrument
t BY V. C. tqumrnrron I old virtuosos We moderns havi I titious value established by space that never will improve,
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NOTE' V. c gquior at Battle! cm* M sq t hiul.r' in tkltlDt >t the homes rf Mr M4 Hi*. sun J. Dlvli Mr Squl.rto { improved in every art and scienci u'ation: When rare stamp areoffered invariably of frail construction
t he aiiUnr of feolu and riuru vhlck Mr Davis bee studied. Sena; ..K. learned I I and surely we have not stood stll for sale in the tamp market with unavoidable defect men a*
violin mUilM M bobby two ihrw mn w*, Mr Biulw boy I'
violin nwklM fran hl> falter and .later Serve a _-,.. .p...witl-tijp unoVriKMIor in the creating of master violins collector I bid against each repaired cracks and defacements.
violin _.... H. ku spent his life torfjlnf violin and. writing outAerie We have taken the problen what If more than five hundred i
). up 11 other and that 1* keep up you pay
and mw of UMI Mr Davis visited at Ik > vitalsr Iw""" In CrntalBneli I
to ranlvi tMtnirtlon and lot senate wnt to Battlt Cm for a sank of violin construction where t hold ''the price, ItI the same with dollar you pay for romance, antiquity
, of ''''''r. Mr **utor hu a moats .Ml, kin, and a fMlorr equipped with na.ckliMry I masters left off and we have l art relics and violins In the and a fictitious standard
: of hit own design' for making xrlnn fur Stringed lnMnawMa.
' done a good Job. 'great art centers In Europe and of value Compare modern
. To the .it turles. They worked to the
) layman m incomprehensible best
The exploitation of old violin i America all the great masterpiecesiby violin of beautiful workmanship, IJ
why there should be such I of their ability and acordlng to
, and rich
of wood lovely
makers beauty
and bow instruments has the Cremonese are
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vast difference In the prices and their light, but the construction of gone ,
'j varnish In of all
die lustrous
two hundred and Collectors known. When the owners
years more
r value of vlolini To the ordinary Instruments of the bow family '
' ; and speculators have it" I or when the instruments are the raving of collectors and connoisseurs
Individual a violin I I. a violin was an evolution from the crude '
spread the propaganda that the, 'thrown on the n.arket for tale, the writer has never
M fiddle and one violin com beginning of the earliest luthlen jllh
Majority of music lovers are converted I artists, collector an ipeculatori.Ibid seen an antique that was superior >
: pared with mother seems about from about 1550 to the close of the ,
to the belief that it I II necessary I! and price steadily advance. In workmanship beauty of wood
the lameTo eighteenth century.They to pay thousand of dollars > ; The tremendous losses sustained and tone or the equal in color and
with I make the statement had to learn and ,i tttt
begin perfect
varnish. The speculator can *e*
for a Cremonese antique In, by gamblers in stocks and bonds
that the claim that a violinto standard outline, modelling I exist In cold
merit that not a
order to violin of
possess a merit t and land boom such as are JE
have merit muit be over I archlngs) length of string con. with which a player can makepro.rel. >: I familiar with, create th blooded diagnosis of the desirable ttW
hundred year old Is an exploded itructlon thickness, toning and and reputation. Old (!shake the financial foundation ofd points In any instrument submit Iehi
theory Nothing could be further varnishing by the cut and try work of
violins originated In Europe, ancollectors I'the I nation. The public mourns ted. A* examples of art
P; from the truth. A five dollar I method. and speculators an i, :and deplores such madness, as the early centuries they are admirable f hiIn
r. fiddle if I hundred years old. will While Stradlvarlui and Cuarnerlui yearly Importing thousands ol!! many are ruined. However this but In competition they Inm
till be a five dollar fiddle. IU perfected the finest modelsas these old masterpieces many ol 1''money I ta not lost; it limply changes are sure to mffer The sellers
age may be an inducement for t I we know them today, they labored Inferior tone and greatly damagedby hand Some win others lose!of old violins of high value are
fr peculator ttI: fancy price for under an altogether different handling for centuries These 1 The winners in turn put the money too smart to be caught In competition
it in order It for an antique where both
standard from our*. The string instruments are reconditioned 'by back I in circulation by Investment with new violins
but the tone will be no better length of the standard antique violin expert and offered to amateurs I or new ways of speculation, .1''instrument are played fairly and ,
I was 12% Inches whereat w* and professionals They have Idle none earns little. So ]Impartially, and at a distance from
The writer Claims that I violin I late now using I full 13 Inche Thischange convinced the buyers that they !juggling of finances continues. j jI I critics.

made by an expert of the best : has been credited to Pag- must possess an Instrument of I am frequently asked what kind I I claim that all the merit that
material carefully strung and adJusted lanlnl. He had abnormally long great age In order to be acceptable 'I lot a violin should a serious minded exist in old violin or bow instruments

and played for five or ten i lingers aped Innovated atop harmonics is students by the great teachers ; student purchase and the answer over which the collector I:'
will never be better. In and other intricacies of I of the modern expert
;yean any Why Because the dealers are l Invariably li: "Buy rave 1 I. because '
.. the hands: of I fine performer any I technique heretofore unknown. He I not Interested In new violins In :new violin of admirable tone quality violin reconstruction In
: ordinary violin can be made to pro- I demanded more scope for tonal the sale of which they can make .:i of beautiful wood, workman-1 I original condition they would attract j'j'er
t due: a beautiful tone. One made effect, and at his insistence, so it only a moderate profit. They ship and varnish, made by a cele.1 little consideration. A violin
"* by I master violin maker playedby recorded this change was car plan to tell very expensive instruments I brated maker. Play It and I (Continued on Page Ten)
the same artist will necessarily II. out. Violins previously made on which they can make
produce I much better tone. A the neck lengthened by inserting large commissions The violins
treat artist strives to produce Ii a longer handle In the of the best modern makers can be ONE NIGHT ONLY 1

i powerful intense tone ai that la' original scroll and other made ,bought for $SaO or less, M they ,HOMESTEAD
j what makes solo playing Impressive later had the regulation full length keep up the fiction that one should
neck of the present day. possess. an antique 31 'f
Often times one heart of self, Another condition Under which It li a fact that the great artists 'THURSDAY! MARCH
taught violin maker living In tome the ancients iMiifliphfcped of today do pay thousands. ;I arA
remote locality that makes won wit that the standard of pitch was fifty thousand or even more for a I
derful vtolini. Upon Investigation .I a whole tone lower. than at the Strftdjyarhis or Guarnerlu violin ONE NIGHT ONLYJOHNR.'VANARNAM'S 1
however, w* find his instruments present dav Thl*'4-W-4n pltch for their solo work. It Is not GOULDS 1c
crudely constructed and hal been laid to pianoforte manufacturers 1
necessary but it Is part of their l NEXT TO GOULDS SUPPLY
with an inferior tone, because the who aimed at Increased equipment and great soloists w"i i Indl

maker never learned the rudiment! brilliancy Therefore, you can ese command a thousand dollip- FRIDAY APRIL 41W
of the craft from in expert. With I readily understand that the Increased a night far their concert will pay ,
out expert training one man's: length of string and the the prices They realize that WJ
: life is entirely to} brief to ferret higher musical pitch required In-I with a great masterpiece b) RADIO FUNMAKERS
> out ill the secret of the art that I pressed thtbknes* of wood in the Stradlriuiin( their hand, proper r "' ;ill

It hat taken hundred, even thousands (, plate (top and backs) l I'll order stage lighting, a wonderful I -pRia NTINO'N pasoaa ..{ rat
I of others before him to learn to withstand the additional strain pianist to acompsny them tlui- 'pi

Muster violin makers are not Inclined [and pressure Besides the extra is a halo of romance and spirituality C1PTflIflHEflRY' (lot
r to Impart gratuitously the thickness It was necessary to that surrounds them tha BIar,
knowledge they have gained to a i, lengthen the bass bar or sound bar moves the audience to tremendous ;

novice One must serve years of I|I from the old standard of nine ,enthusiasm and even to teal's. It b e
I apprenticeship to understand all !i I inches to the present measurement I the skill of the great soloists that :
the details I of 104 Inches TkMFtMe the ,
j move them; they could do Just
A fine violin docs 'I 1! thicknesses of the I I SJfBo
not just "hap- tops have been is well With a fairly mod 1'0'1lJ''
j pen" to be made. Every part oft :Increased 1-84th inch and the backs lin, but it is quite easy to believe
the instrument must not only bet j the same .*, that neither the performer nor the j
of the choicest old and well seasoned The present construction produces audience would admit It.

| rough materials but every part a loud, deep and intense You have all read of the ibulou I ,br
1 must be copied after the of 'I.- '
the great master nm'maker, I __ __ _. __--- -----_-_ I ./ ( P
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i Antonius Stradivarius, or his suet i I .I'
t cesBoi, Joseph Guarnerlu. of the _
i little cIty of Cremona, Italy
I Wt !modern honor and revere J4I
the ancient, masters for the wonderful -
1 instruments they 'have t U.'A Ju
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1 created and handed down to po I ts

tent hut w* do not worship In-
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I Mrs. ..4V. Beers. Correspondent:
In and Around .................-............--- NOT ONE CENT SPENT ON THIS

J.I LIeutenant and liD. M. r. SWIng -
I of Buffalo. N. Y., and Mr. and "
I Mrs. Ray Oarver of Hiram 0., -
HomesteadAmong I visited over the week-end In Florida -
City with Mayor and Mn. Bd- Mr. Sid L Kendrick,
ward Soling, aunt and uncle of
Lieutenant Stiling and Mrs Gar.ver Manager, Pioneer Appliance Co., :
Apex Dealer
the guests at Royal Palm cation Association in Tampa. j
Hodge are Dr. and Hri Emlen P Faculty members who left yesterday Mr. and Mn Donald Sullivan Homestead, :Fla. 'I
Arlington of New Lisbon N JDr. to attend the meeting include and infant daughter moved here Dear Sir: 1
Darlington who It vice-pres Mrs. J. G. Wynn, Mrs. E.
from SoutU Miami. They I.
ident of the American Entomological H. Gallaher, Mrs Margaret May- As president of the Homestead Business
have taken UM Collier cottage on
Society of the Academy of nard, Mrs R. L. Scott, Goo N. Eighth street. and Professional Women's Club, I take plea-
Natural Science. Philadelphia, to Wakefield, and Theo J. Bleter
sure in thanking you for your kindness in do-
here to the micro Mrs. Gallaher was accompanied
study lepldopttra -
Mile Alene Vercoe left on Friday -
! or minute mothj of the park by Mr. Gallaher. to resume her studies at Chapel nating the use of one of your fine, large Apex
ana. He It continuing the work Hill, N. C. refrigerators during the Fruit Festival to our
ot,Frank Morton Jones, alto of The Rev. and MM. C. N. Walker club. The members will appreciate the courtesy ,Ij
the academy, who. In three collecting left Wednesday morning for Tampa The Ladles' Aid Society of Flor-
seasons has spent a total to attend the meeting ot the ida City Community Church will very much.
of six montha in this region and school board section of the Flor- sponsor a country fair on Friday I have owned an Apex for about four
bas aecured several new species of ida Education Association They evening at the town halL Mrt. and it has
always given
years satisfactory ser-
Moths and much other valuable plan to return tomorrow.Mr. H. Brocket la chairman of the
material, tome of which ii now committee in charge. vice; in fact, not one cent has been expendedon

In. the National Museum at WaihInium. and Mrs. H. G. Watts and it to date.
Dr. Darlington la Interested daughter, Mavis, spent the week- operation Ernest for MetU appendicitis underwent at the an Flora D. Myers,
also In the blueberry! and end In Perry with Mr. Watti President Homestead B. P. W. C.
cranberry Industries which center Post hospital Saturday. ,
mother who la Ill. Others in the
around New Lisbon. party that went to Perry were Mrt. H. Schycon and ton moved Homestead, Fla., Mar. 12 .
Mra H, A. Aman, her son, H. A. Saturday to Miami Beach after I
Whs. George M. Frick, who underwent Aman, Jr, and Douglas Aman. having apent the winter at the The fOft'IOlnllpttei' tame to n. aiuolldted and la used with
a major operation at It home of Mr. and Mra.. M. Silver-I the permission of the writer, to whom we bow our think
tdvertlty Hospital, Coral Gables, John Smith went to Sanfordfor i
two weeks ago, waa returned home the week-end to be with his man.Mr. Apex 1938 RefrigeratorsThe
Tuesday to convalesce. father who has double pneumonia. and Mra. Lynn and Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Lee who occupied the
' Torclse apartment for several only balanced American Une regularly dry refrige.
j/yir. and Mrt J. E. Gauxena are Alfred Tomerlin came from the ration air conditioned refrigeration and two-con refrigeration *
entertaining Mrt. Gauzent' cousin, Cape Sable section to spend Friday months left Monday for Birmingham with the cold storage compartment. We have term 1
Ilka Sharon Grant of New York. with his family here. Ala. to fit your pocketbook. Call for a demonstration.

Btr. Barbara Jean Wakefield hasbeen .Mr. and Mrt. B. B. Pullen will 1
and Mr C H. Steffanl left leave Thursday for a visit with
111 with measles for a week.
yesterday for Orlando where Mr. their ton Morris, In Tucson Arlo PIONEER APPLIANCE CO. :
Steffanl la attending a county Mrs. D. L. McKinney It in th o
sgtnts' meeting. In Orlando they hospital for observation. zona.Mrs. '" 8. J", KENDRICK. MIT. s
F. Nud, who It visiting
an daughter) visiting, Mr.their and son-in-law Mrt. Robert and Billy Jacobs, son of Mr and I Miami was a guest at the home I. O. O. F. Building Phone 45 ,
Mn Adrian Jacobs Is a meatlei I of Mr. and Mrt. Chat Clinton
larl1. patient this week Ion Tuetday '

tra. C. C. Kinney of Commerce j 1
Ci;, arrived Monday to spend a
month with her son-in-law and
daughter Mr. and Mrs. R. G.

Walser. I 1
JpThe following school children
underwent tonsil operations Wednesday I
at the Post Graduate hospital -
here: Katherine Kelly. Ruth "
and Chas Jernlgan, Helen Joy
Bryant, Christine Miller, Lavone EVERY FEATURE HERE FOR SWIFT,
aid Wade Thompson, Ralph Mc-
Plllough, Jack Meade, Bjlly Mel-

Holmes ton, Uldlne Maude faircloth Ritch and, Miriam HarryjgUiss SMOOTH SAFE P RFaRi4 ANCE-FRO/

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la spending a month with her 1

Mn.brother-in-law H. E. Schaff.n. and.slater, Mr. and I WHEELS UN/STEEL FISHER BODY AND DEPENDABLE

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Hubert Nichols entertain. "
over the week-end her aunt, I SUPER-HYDRAULIC BRAKES/
)(n. O. H. Wood of Pena /ola. and I
Mn. Wood's daughters, Misses,
June, Betty and Alma. Mr. and
Jim Wood and family are resldlrt -j
| in Miami for the present.
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Jrnest Nelll was operated on spasa '
for appendicitis Saturday at the
Port Graduate hospital

i., and Mrs._ Norman W. Ball

o Detroit, nephew and niece otNjd.
Ball, with their daughter,
Norma. and Mrs Bed's sitter Miss
EVa Stevens left Tuesday aftcithneweek
| visit In Homestead
Their hostess was % cousin, Mrs
f Camber but they visited also
and Mrs. N. O. Ball; Mr*,
Reed and other relatives
and Mi.imi. ell 30 ,

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Pace Eijril THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday March 25.1938 '


II Social Events in South DadeMISS



Mrs. Louise G Humble of SUirgh.

Mildred Campbell of, stead Business College In 1937 South Dakota, were married Saturday The South Dade Garden dub tertain the dub on Apr. 4.

Princeton Mill and Arthur Foals of Since that time the has beta employed In the office of the count; held! Its meeting Monday afternoon I Mr. Dualop presented a roots l

married in Fort' in the office of the coun- I clerk at the court house In Miem in the sunken garden of Mr and blooming I sultana plant teveryone .
Nsrenja were R. O Moon .f I .
wtth Mr. and! Mn.
Miami. attending meeting
The ty ta> assessor in
Saturday evening ;
l Lauderdale :this city as the only attendant. and Mrs William Dunlop on Silver I Homemade cookies and puncltf
bride WM gowned In I blue silk The bridegroom Is the younger
The bride wore a white crepe en Palm drive and Farm Life road. were served. 1',
wit white aeoessoriea. Mill ton of Mr and Mn. A. U Fogle I
Oulds Leggett and A. D. Neill' who have been prominent residents I semble with blue and white accessories The garden which not long agowas I Present were: Mrs. Alma she*,
I They are at home in the line, Mrs. C. P. Jackson, Mn
"" witnessed the ceremony. of the district since pioneer a rock pit, hat a toft, green
Jones cottage at S. W. Fiat ave H. J Derb
A. McCmady, Mrs. *;
The bride Is the eldest daughter, days He was graduated from grassy carpet and wall hangingsof I
and Sixth streetThe
lb.I I nue shire Mrs. R. O. Desmond, Mrsf
cad Mrs. Wesley Campbell Redland High School and from
of Mr. rare tropical foliage-ferns,i
net last whet
couple year H. C
R. F Shortt, Mrs. Reedy
who moved to Princeton from Riverside Military Academy of 1 vines, shrubs and trees. Near
Mn. Humble and Mr. Jones' aim Mrs Annie R. Butter Mrs. Siberia
Tallahassee fifteen yean (go. She Gainesville. Oa.. and Hollywood, 'the walls are palms, large and '
who neighbors and friends In'
are I iBuie, Mrs. W. R. Powell Mr*
from RedUnd High, Fla. At present he la farming
WM graduated I Sturgis, were visiting in Miami .snail and masses of gay blooming Newton O. BAIL Mrs. Hob
School 1838 and from the Home-, with his father. annuals Benches in the sun and,
The bride arrived la 1I0me.teadfrom
lister Sage. Mrs. C. L. Stone %
: South Dakota Friday nigh seats In the shade offer hospitality! H. F Potter Mrs. J, D. Redd HripF

ENSEMBLE CLASS GIVES FLOOR SHOW I and was a guest at the Redlam .and so does a fireplace that has Ftettaa. Mrs. G & aawtm4Jrln. ,
been cut In the rock aide
II HOME Hotel until the ceremony was per- gray J N Gay, Mn Ben Arcbrt*
AT MRS. R. H. FITZPATRICK'S formed. I In this congenial setting extra Mrs Preston B. Bird Mn GradjjrkloLellan

I Mrs. Jones was a {eacher In the seats were planed and the mem. Smith Mrs. Joel J. Rot*

Mn R. H. riupatrick'i Bt-. DoN Dodson .South Dakota schools for 12 yean i I ben listened to the following union, Mn Oeo. E. Reed, Mr%

r amble CUM program for Mare, ,k FORM at Home" __ .... Foster hi recent' months she has been i a I i program: opening poem by the Oeo E. Deuel Mn Archie M,
Mrs. J.
president, R. Shepherd
took the form of a floor show aDd, Betty Jean Jenkins handcraft instructor She- ws Cready Mn Shepherd and M||.
Simpson article hammock Mrs.
born In Decatur 111 Mr. Jones.' on
tea The pupils and guests weiseated ., In May" n___ l'u'lowI and Mn Dunlop.
I musician and piano tuner cam vDerbyihire; forest conservation -
tables wit Ardel Parman"Oberoa"
mall ,
at gay I
article Mrs Geo. E Deuel
flowers! and cheese cracker,, .. __ Weber to Florida City from Brookfield' : MR. AND MRS REYNOLDS' i
article Florida
Farmer" ____ Schumann Mo., in 1920. He and the lab on 90-century
realties. mints trim and tea aDd: "Happy ENTERTAIN CLASS: Of
old tree In Seminole
poach were served throughou "Street Band" d'Albert Mn Jones were the first couple cypress The Be Square Class of ;
Park Mn W. R. Powell article
the program Anne Rheney I to, be married In the Florida Cl171 ; Homestead Methodist Church m
on sultana Mm anda
The pupils left their tables and "The Old Sun Dial" _. Terry I Community Church. He wet Shepherd: Monday evening at the home of;
b I darks Dodwn, Mn Fitzpatrick I elected to the Florida City town group of readings "A Northern T
|i played their selections unannourK Garden," "Be What You Are" "A, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reyuolds. $
xmndl In 1921 and served
cede Old French Melody TraditionalBuddy ': ai Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chambeit
t Mr Kuhn president of that body for tw( Newspaper Mix-up" "Summer week U
Included this
K Guests present : and who are to leave }
J. R. Polk. Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Rot...|Rigoletto" ..n _._____. Verdi rears. Later he moved to Home- otypes Paper,"Napkin"by Mrs Geo. "Daguerre E. Reed. their home In Damascus, 0., wen
N. Walker Twinkle Toes" ____ Hewitt I lead, he was Justice of the Others
ert Simpson Mrs. C. -u: J JA i Te: illustrate the last poem Mrs. honor gueitsi preseriIncluded >
Mrs P. H. Yancey Mrs. D. P. Clarice Dodson ,peace ) Reed passed among those present : Mr and Mrs. Dan Wit

Blake. Mn. Jesse Soper Mrs. Wt 'Heveeie Meadow"T member of the International a collection of family daguerre liams, Mr. and Mrs. H L. :
Rheney.Airs. C J. PA rman, Mri. "On the Llchner, I)der of Odd Fellows Tor 48 yean, otypes. Mrs. Margaret Daniels, Mrs. 'T/
Frank Hausman. Mn C. H. Rio, Mable 'Ruth Pope I.klr Jones has held every office I Meelcy, Mrs. Grace McLeUiih

Ides J. H. Webster, Mrs J. HDodson. 'Butterflies" .. FranklinReitleuness ,In the order and Is now serving I The of president her visit gave to a the brief Miami report i Smith Mrs. Joe J Robinson,

.. Miss Elizabeth Halnlta .John Kuhn is financial secretary of the Homestead Belch flower show last week. The Miss Jennie Lobdell and the holt
Miss Frances Soper. Mill Genev _' ___ Heller lodge He Is also a member I and hostess.
of to the
possibility taking a trip
t Vann, Miss Bobbie Simpson Barbate Mary Frances Rutland"Ann of the Knights of Pythias Anderson hibiscus gardens ta FortLauderdale )

f Jean Super Xacfca Dodesa Chorus Verdi or a trip ta Chapman i Members of the Intermediate
a Frank Hawman and Slurry RIM Sky Lark" Tsehattwwski : '_T A. CBAIRHEXJO Field was discussed. Mrs. Heavy G A. will meet Monday with Carat.
is tile whld Hilda XMasa WELFARE WORK j
!. Follewtat program Ruffg. it was announced, will en Walker.
Wes presented: "ValBorowski Mrt.-Preeloll B. Bird and Mrs. ..

"s satiwa" ._ Dlabel Cmeda Roberts ten Archer represented the Home-
Alden Parma Mrs. Fitzpatrick j SJsvte March" ___ TscbalkowsklJSaflort I teed P.-T. A. at the meeting of 4fc* *?$ T J&TP.RB'f

k Ttwee little Pieces WTOim sere Heller ,he Dade County Council of Pir

Frank Hagler Rice Betty Blake I into and Teachers In Miami Wedlesday I \4xAtiveAcjCrex

")...." Tease; Etude D Stole __ Harris ,. I u\\ pint size Qexatt
Ruth Rsstlasd"Amebesaue" Sleds Roberts Mrs. Bird who Is student .id

lkarmullerDoroth1 "To a Wild Roae" n'_' McDowell I IlritI hairman arranged for hlng I CoMi/MKmcf71

Kuhn \ Mektdjr Traditional opal pupils given dental raw! at
"Ot Gristly Beat" __ MileIants. Ana Webster he school boards clinic Jn theI I eeisup atiem easily sal without
Central School In Miami this week I IMn. '100 R*** emnkloa el Apr Ar
ADRIAN JACOB men's Clutts' which she attended Andy Terburg and Mrs. Prod : Si gnymg Oil and bit of P6 cool huh.lei..

GIVES BRIDGE PARTY |ta Palm Beach last week. 1.Rt.YMidt took the children toIrfIMU. I Mineral 754
Mrs. A M. Logan hostess for 1Mrs. + iAins.dOil
Mrs. Adrian Jacob was hortes Puretas
J the day served cookies and punch. Jane Nesbitt, health ill:,ir- tint sago
her home
at a bridge party at ,
( san, arranged for ten tonsil opeations -
afternoon. The reom
Tuesday :
\, were attractively decorated will MR*. N. D. SWAN GIVES which were performed at I I Pack f 6 PoinUJj
he Post Graduate hospital Wedesday. -
calendulas, larkspur and snap- PARTY IV MIAMI
I dragons. Mrs. N. D. Swan entertained at I i iII. JUajC\ [ ASPIRIN/
luncheon at the Pan American
I High! score prizes were award Airways Wednesday Mrs. Xandonj I. P. W. C. HAS PROGRAM c' Skin Lof ion' GG't3'
to Mrs. Claude Campbell 1 i
|Carney Mn Sybella Chandler I D IV MAKIVQ BUDGETS a f \.
Osborne Miller and Miss Esthei The Homestead B. P. W c. had eM.
eM Mrs. A. A. Payne 1 1I 25 .fhM.
Done and Mrs. Hubert Whcho'kgot
After lunc"JoIn.. Swan took I program on budgeting in the I
the cut priie her guests to the races. I Jiamber of Commerce building t&OMlllY SIt 504 J Ra v 116s, Rur.p
A salad was
course londay evening.Mrs .. DQrll
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The JUNta included: Mrs. Preston J F. Hammett reporteda ,I -.. -.. ..... wi d
CLCB ANNOUNCES ... ..... O o touts
B.Bird Mrs. Paul Leaner,Mn the progress aaade by the: -"- .
j Paul Reynolds Mrs. Nichols Mn gUEMXTT DOId :ommttte that .. working on the J -* rw Ml

Campbell. Mn J A. Pollard, Jr.,. Plans were made this week by' Ity rest room project ace Irriut she 9V>|
: Mrs. A. L Hutchlnaon Mrs. O- the Woman's Club of Homestead I IFAMIL1''I1C1tET8 ... 7:1.. wt..n

borne Miller of MIami Springs to give a benefit dance la the _....,..iI
and Mrs Cart Reger. ..... Jobs Homestead Country dub ea Saturday bird ap.cWCArc-

L. Morris and Mrs. Van Helms d ulght, Apr 1DORCAS I Tooth PeisU2S25 Al
Miami. tor Homestead P.-T. X'* rm Clock .

CLASS TO OVCBFKErrr series of tour li+ :: < Ae .r.r. woo J

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Moving rtctare Spews -- --
OX CCEST DAY PROGRAM The Dorm Class of the First ],

JaM a Nesbttt. community Baptist Church will give a benefit beginning; Apr. 1* f"'ct( M m.s ....

nurse the guest day spealm birthday party ta the church this only CHOCOLATeLAXATtve .11 slag STA,

at the Woman's dub of Homestead evening at TM After the pro SIM e
Meeting la the clubhouse gram refreshment vela be served 1 Wa.

Tuesday sttenteon. taM ., the to the Sunday school building. Single admission: :.renew Mpaa .
prevalence, and result olsyphilis The sneney takea In wm be add Adult, ISc Children lOc VUC
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n well as the symptomof ed to the chare1 building toad. 35'
h oh.......
the disease and the method .l ..
Ueatment. Her talk Wes follow DR.B.F.STEBBINS. .%ONI 999 *mmtif }. "

ed by a round-table discussion o< DR. n. E. I : Yeast Iron saas-
the subjectMrs i etbtered Optometrist I Tablets SAHITARYJTHE ;' I '
Landon Carney gave a
report at tie convention of the X-Tlay and I n TEARS' ........41* l o.w.fVHKUz"r & '

Florida State Federation ef W..- reaction U homestead ,I : ::.79 I *t'..... ,9
General Dentistry I Rooms* sad 7 I .*.rf* i
HoC ry Arcade : =

Dr Leonard W.IUtdaGLASSES I Ofltoe ateani 0a.OLtogAaa. ,i I IlOlm7t I

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Friday March 26 1938 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Par _Nine


I stile Walter who James u spending Coleman the of leaaoa Tltut. HOMESTEAD SCHOOL NEWS j
L Social Events I
in Homestead and Mils Cleo Burgees -

of Georgetown S. C.. who! BT NCLLA IAt"U

ha been visiting In Models wen, ,.__ _...._ ..__ ....._._
n '-
married March U In the courthouse PrI I".n.I: .
II.IIJS. Seniors UiU : said hed low
COUNTY FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S In Miami ; I me for ever and eer-" ,
The bride I* a sister of Mn.' Present Play Apr. 1 Prue j
: Ah. men! -Montreal
HOLDS ALL-DAY SESSION IN K T. Coleman of Modello and the Star.

,.' bridegroom la a brother of Mr. Rehearsals for "Olrl Shy,"
Coleman. The bride was graduated Homestead High senior play to bepresented J
MIL L. J. McCaffrey, fetiringpresident aggressive.
from high school In George
FrIday. April 1, are now
of the Woman Club of I Nearly one hundred town and the bridegroom attended going on 1
Nertsi Miami, WM elected pre4- served luncheon by the TltueriDe High School Spaghetti Dinners40c
oait Include: WfOwd Norman
dent o< fee Dade County Federation i club which pima to UM the
They are living In an apartment Pierre McDanieL Eugene
ol Women Club at an all- for repairing the
on N.Y.. Sixth avenue but plan Scherr, Ellen Vann, Nellie Mae
day meeting held Wednesday In M. A. Baker Mrs Dave
to leave for Palmetto early hi Martin, Willard Barnes, Moetey
the clubhouse of the Woman and Mr Chaa. Turner w
i April. Sever Mary Elizabeth
Qub of the Redland Mr*. Don nerving committee and
Peabody of Coral Cable wa elated by Mr* H. J. --- Alt Webster, Jane Kely Raymond We sme home-made
elected lint vice-preeklent; and Mn Clan Stewart and The Calendar Robert and Harry Degler
Marjorie Redd will be Italian bread
Mr*. Seymour Dane of Rednd, din. Mn W. D. prompter Bakeryin
third vice-preeldent. E. A. Carter and Mn and Raymond Hayes It manager connection Joe
Mar. U Dorm Class birthday Bernard Blackburn, Instructor of ; Pa-
Mr Harry D. Wolf of Home Dane formed the kitchen party at 7:M In Fleet Baptist -
public peeking, Is director. lazzola
lead, second vice-president, Mn' tee. Redtand's delegate Church, prop. .
Ray Peterson of Miami, recording! meeting were Mn W. M Mar. IT-Meeting of Townsend
secretary. and Mia Mildred Romf I Mn Stewart, Mn (]eo. W. Club at 2:30: in Neva King Cooper The following teacher are attending -
of Miami, treasurer, have another er, Jr., Mn Oeo W. \ School the annual state teachers PALERMO'S
year of their two-year terms to l lserve. and Mn Kufeldt. Mar. -Meeting of Young meeting in Tampa this week:
Mr*. O. Sanquiit, the I Member of the tron Circle at home of Mr*MIl-I Mn J O Wynn, Mn Margaret SPAGHETTI HOUSE

pretldent presided, and Mn B.,man. Club and other local M. Logan I Maynard, Mn Ruth L. Clinton Garage Bldg.
A. Waldln. president of the Red-I! attending were; Mrs. Joel J. Mar. M Meeting of Sacred Scott Mn EKH.., Gallaher, Theo.
Und club wa the official '$. ion Mn Landon Carney, Heart Club in clubhouse at 1W: J. Bitter Geo N Wakefield, and Florida City
Election: and by-law revision j A.. Logan, Mn IL C. Apr. 1 H. H. S. eater play. Principal J. A. Rehwtnkil Mn
occupied the morning and nfter-I MX*. A. W. Hutchinson, \ Apr. J Benefit dance for Woman Harry Cooper Mrs. S. I.. West.I
noon. During the luncheon hour, D. Wolfe, Mr W. D. '*Club of "Homestead at Home Mn Geo D. Ruehle, Mn earl,
County Commissioner N P Low- W. K. Walton Mr*. A. T. I stood Country Club Field and the Re+ E. L. Nelson

17 spoke on "The Business of Dade 'Mr. J. S. HOt1 l!. Mr a I Apr. 4 Business meeting of an serving a* lubetitute*. I GROVETIIEAT'HE
County and Its Management" Un, Dr. Irene ShankUn Junior Woman Club of Homestead
The federation went on record! mett Crowson, Mn. It tat clubhouse Mr Margaret Becker was absent '
a. favoring a boycott on such nations Mn Thomas Brewer \ Apr. 4 Meeting of Garden. Monday and Mr. Carl Field
a* may be officially termed I Catherine Roller Club at home of Mn HenryRuegg served a* .ubat tute. COCONUT DROVE

I I Matinee Saturday and Sunday

JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB MEMBERS HAVE I Apr. Meeting of Homestead The stamp club, under the dlrection. too te < a. m.Shew .
I B. P. W. C. In Chamber of Commerce of Mr Hester, has been T *ad I .. M.) A.... tfelea. I'
CHOP SUEY DINNER FOLLOWED BY building at 8 clock.. reorganized I
Apr. S Homestead P.-T. A. _

Mr. James Bird, Mr R. OWaber I Mn F Flelta, Mn J. 'I executive committee meeting 'Mr*. Wynn sixth grade 1* mak.1 Men, Tim. Wed. Thun.

and Mill Alice Hobson :Nell! Mr*. Davis and Apr.8- Meeting of Legion Aux- Ing Indian villages of cardboard Mar n, It, n, II, IISONJAIIENIE '
I i lllary in Legion hall at 8 p. m. I
hostesses at Junior Woman
were a -
j Apr 7 Meeting of Presbyterian Mn. S. L. Weal substituted Wednesday -
Club chop cuey dinner it Mr. Geo W. Turner
I Auxiliary for Mr. Hasel FlfleldMr .
the Log Tavern Monday evening Either Livingston and | Apr 8 Homestead P.-T. A.

St Patrick table decoration Matron Helen Livingston Dad Night program. *. Dy*'* class I II mining Lewis
were wed, *d a meeting. of,Blacaytie I I Apr. S -- Redland Pf'. A. program Hoope who ha gone to Ohio for Don Ameche
of the O E, S. in Miami
j Lot w as played after the din' two week Charley Goff won
ner, ,and almost everyone got a night when the worthy i Apr. II Election: meeting of the marble tournment In this room I u
prize. Mrs. Burley Dendy wa and worthy patron ol the |Monday)' Music Club at home of The pupil are studying reading
given the door pi'lie. I were guests of honor i Mn Frank HaiumanI problem In arithmetic. "Happy Landing"FrI.
Present were: Mn R. R. Ki- 0.'I I I Apr. 14, IS "Rose of the
nard Mn L. B. DaDa. Mn )frio B. E. Gatlln and Danube," an operetta at Bedlam Five children In Mrs. Thurman'i
Russell Home Mn David Berne. CoWer attended a :
room are having treatment at the
Mr Stanley Mr E. A. Warwick estate on Mar. P.-T. Sat. Aprl 1. t
Wittkop Apr. IS Homestead A. dental conic in MiamI. I
Buchanan Mr*. 1L T Oxford Mn.1 l I moving picture show at 3 and 7:30. I
Ansel Barrow, Mr. Bruce EnnliMn Baptist Mission I Apr. 21 Meeting of Homestead Norton Waktfield decorated Warner Oland
J. D. Perkins, Mn Hunter Will Begin Home Demonstration Club. Mill Jackiont room with leaflet I
Harden Mr* Herbert Turner I' Apr 21 Meeting of Redland age, candy tuft bablei breath.j I""Charlie
Mr. W. B. CaVIl, Jr., Mn Claude Home Demonstration Club. and for-fet-me-not The children -
Campbell, Mn Robert Glenn Jr.. The school of missions !I Apr. 13 Homestead P-T A. are building a Dutch village i' Chan at
Mr. BhM! Mn. Dendy, Mils Betty I First Baptist Church will moving picture ..how.I In their sand table John Ruehle I
Bowen, MiA Pearl Whitaker, MU\ Mondat with a story' I Apr. 29 County home demonstration brought the dirt for the lawn of I Monte Carlo"One
Hobson end little Herbert Turner, boys and girls at 3:10 o I j club day at Central: I II rye. .
Jr. I Susan Adam will teach School in MIami. air rate...

a' "Tepee Trail for young I I I Apr :X Homestead P.-T. A.
W >L S CIRCLES HOLD I at 7:19, and there will be moving picture how
MARCH MEETINGS tionary address by Dr. T.Y.
at a o'clock.
Mr. Paul Reynolds was botttnl, LOCAL GIRL PASSES TESTS
These elate will
to Circle Two of the Homeitead
Methodist Woman Missionary I every day through Friday Tallahassee. Mar. 24 Seventeen .x
Society Wednesday afternoon.(, Dr. Ayers will speak every I students at Florida State College -
I ing have juat become the first
Mn O. L Showalter gave the ,
devoUMul part of the program I The young people of college group in the South to
I munrty are Invited to newly devised water safety
and Mr. Ore Benson and Mrs. pas
Preston B. Bird gave Bible reading Miss Adam every tests offered by the American Red
evening. and e'er'bod" Student
*. Bible diacuielon followed. Cross paaiing the
and old, I II invited to tests Include Mia Sue Rob'nsonof !
refreshment. course wa served -
Ayers tell the story of H'Jlnl'stead.
sionary every
Present were Mr. J. P. Dye. experience -
the week
ing during
Ml*. J M Holding. Mr C. V ,, @:

taken, tin. Motile Wingate' Mn HOFMANV CONCERT \ can
Showalter, Mn Bird and Mn.1'

Ranaoa. | Josef Hofmann. famous i man puts in-
Circle Three held a business who I* tM year o ,
meeting at the home of Mn J.I I golden jubilee In America l what the weather takes out
t D. Redd the same afternoon and''appear a* soloist In the .1 I We'give
; made plan for bending Mn J. 'eription concert of the I OCEANS ol water. Mug bloat. blistering *un wo
E. Davis and possibly Mn Dan :of Miami Symphony } the genuine tool become cracked and poroual Weather

William, the president to the ,under the direction of Dr take out the essential water-proofiixj and preeerraUTe
J State missionary conference In Volpe, next Monday night I I EUGENE Permanent oils from the best root ever applied la a few hour, and

Tallahassee Apr. I. I Reservations for the Soft, selling "am-eb.s6 at Bui coat ODe man with a brush and a can ol CanT
Local work also, WM planned. should be made at the :
; M. ISMMC wh-sWi WkM Asbestos Fibre Coating can give you practically a new rood
Present were Mr N. G Bali.I of Miami or ef*SOTMMM r..Vast Ike Casey rime Ma smU- easy fu,-___ W m UMH

I JAW disf W UR4 we ...* Per rue Dew F.f...-.. Maeaee--4 rears to .*,. Ut soOwl"
I : ;;:: I Far de ....... Eager. this siarple alma M I" wiliest oiiii9. Ifee to me IN".

DR.R.S.AKCERSDENTIST I DR. M. I, .caving Ssdwts.,with Ln .ft**"tint****lul.* rout.. BROOKER LUMBER COMPANY

ku/lof the smoe, with a*.
i !
DentistFirst semi asdutuieeft aad granbag 1 telephone 62 Homestead, Fla.

Ofne@50UMfSa.astoSp.at. I r.c..4-aetk aura.IBush's

11. IS National
I }
Closed Saturdays Building Barber Shop r I Ia Ia

Free Parking Space & Beauty Parlor .SBESTOSFl 'COATI
Office Hours 8:',0- i .

nit N. PHONE ft JST1I: i-sin ST. MIAMI Open ETealnc by ,. & 1 I JOlt, t3Ue Brews. Operate I BKE COJfffNG



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", Page Ten THE I EADER. ENTfRPR1SF. Friday. March 25. 1938

J I VIOLIN 000 ) violins... ttaeplakod their makers olCremonate CAPT. HENRY AND J

I'J I.J I.ChurchesBAPTIST '. Inotrporattd thing! sptrttwl, some, Kwethteg oeeuItMrn Intagible, aorne. IIIS SHOW BOAT?I

I (Continued From Page Six) that has escaped the modern Ineatlgator -
i ix
maker must repair a* he makes: In reproductions.

i if he has a proved theory of construction .To the master violin maker oft HERE ON MAR. 31 'f

; CUCBCHHomestead METHODIST EPISCOPAL i then he must correct *J. the construction of a fine

1 I I tile inaccuracies of the original I I violin la an open book. There Is I

\ ) -.-The less C. N Florida City Community Church I II I far to' no whatever. It Is Henry
? construction as as possible mystery quite "Captain << and His Show
I Walker pas*. Sunday school I' I 1-the Rev. C. Q Netaon paator i altodern standards All old violins. evident that the collector and Boat Follies," a radio stage show
Church school at Id a. m.; preaching I ,
10 a. m. Preaching II a. m. ate too thin In wood to admit pvMlators' would have their pat- lof 23 performers, will be presentedIn
Still TM: m.: B.YPU it tr: at 7:SO p. m. Midweek prayer I
p. made believe the if Homestead
Mrvtoaa Wtdneidam < and Bible! study Wednesday st of any part's being thlnner.j) rone Impossible they next Thursday,
p. m. Prayer i 7: I fcdeed. the expert must frequently can persuade buyers to pay the Mar >1. by John R. Van Arnam

7:110 p. m I, JOfiedland ly and glue a .ubttantlal patch : atrocious price they demand under their own water-proof tent

M*.. ST Morning sermon Comreun.tr Chnrcb 1 i ot maple wood in the middle of I The problem is simply the assembling theatre at N. W. Sixth avenue

by T. W. Ayers of Atlanta who I the Hev C Q Nelsons paator II the back. The sound pot will of the proper material (Eckman drive) and 14th street

served M a medical missionary I Church school: at 10: preaching at rest upon the center of this patch I II and the construction of the masterpiece Among the features of the show

In Chin fur 17 ,...... I 11. Epworth League at B:30. Midweek land I with Increased thickness the I Two violins of the sam \ are Bent and Drlscoll, "tap dancers

Evening sermon by Miss Susan! i prayers and Bible! itJdy : akepy, sluggish old fiddle la given : model and material will sound M supreme," Lellani, the Hi-

', Adams of Jacksonville. state I Thursday at 7:30.METHODIST I I sj new lease on life The next, near alike that it Is frequently dif- walian dncer who was featuredIn

director of Baptist work for EPISCOPU. most Important Item is the bans ficult to perceive any difference the moving picture Wdlkiki

young people SOUTH :, I ifcr. a reinforcement of spruce' But if different qualities of wood Wedding the Vivian Sisters the

Homes'end-the Rev. J. J Rlchnrdi I rood fitted and glued to the top, I are used the texture being different French personality girls. nnd the
.Geulds--Tlie he\. Noah' Peter- there be dif.
pnstor Sunday school at 9:43 '' arid running diagonally lengthwiselander may quite a Six Sailorettea
eon, p4.tor. Sunday school at 10 the O or bass string A Terence In the voices The knowledge -
anti a. m.: preaching at 11 a. m and 8' The doors of the tent will open
.. m preaching a 11 a m. '
etioice set of fine strings n new and skill of the expert comesInto
mB.Y P p. m Junior league at 2:30: p. m.; 1 at 7:15.: with the overture by the
7JW t'.at130p m.
: p apund poll that fits snugly! and play when he sorts over his
". Wed- IIi Lenguo at 0:00: p. m.; Senior Showboat Sailors Orchestra following -
Pre* 1 r i('icv ct 10 p. m. '
fitted bridge completes material and combines the
carefully qualities -
and T.- title at 8'SO p. m.; Wesley Felw at 730 and the curtain'

i o ..hlp 8'30: evening service, (I recondition.n t. Good new I that I Iw has dsedt-lK-f md will rise promptly al B 0"1.
I ,- .r.H hro. rosin ill-o 011',i : km,t'. i the it-ults that he U sure to
"1 ATHOI 1CChun :31. Pmcr meeting it 7:30: r i F'll'c automobile parking
us players i,bta n.
6' J "1. Wednc'ct: The same show will be i) 'p,e it-
I II of the !Sacred Heart .we Chan ti"l' In conclusion! It In necessary to I
cd In Goulds, next to the c,'u'di
a E i-corrl: n\ cuu, JI'm..all'I 't, then lampr : xph in how violins of fairly good
Silver calm Community Church Supply store, next F'lldJiY n,K hl,
Ip the It.! \ Jimes t.'Iocnen: pill<", them tone rr '" ho made so cheaply. In
Sunday Initial At 9- o. m; week d"! -the ReT. H. Nor:on, pa 1'\1-\1 the European centers of violin April .

\ mats ul 7 41 d..il>' bun,lay .cl\ ,," "an' :djy nhool every Sunday a U( I milking. the mountainous district -- -v --

r \ Suntin' following F fJ'code! l mat I. m: pieatlung services on i 5itI4 of German-Czechoslovakia: and Bird Co. to Stay

Communion lorI omen the f.i third and fifth Sundays at 11 a. many Switzerland whole families work

Sunday tit month, : In men "ml I m and 8 p. m.PrisortenThe. oc- at the craft. Each member does Open Until 9:30 Night

boys. the ,second Sunday of men.l'. Rev. T. H hed cona port of the work. This industry I -

Holy hour Thur!d v before fir, In. is carried The Preston B. Bird Motor Co
ton, pastor; preaching at 9: on I
Friday "f month "t 7 45 p. m. Most m., followed by Sunday sclMETHODIST ionj during the winter season when the will remain mien dully until 030p

I' first Friday, at 7 ") a. m. Benediction peannnts ore unable to do farm I m until further; notice. Mr
of the Blessed Sacrament j Bird announced this week.
rate jvesed work. Their living expenses arc I
after matstllRlSTIVV. Florida CltyThe1 Ec\ Tht B very low And for a few dollars (in 1 The used car lot of the company

SCIENCE CIIIBC'I Sheldon, pastor1( feftwlaj si .._ 'I' a old ottr money) they turn out merit adjoining tho Legion building! on

I' I lOa. m.: preaWifrg11 a, m. tndB ::II. ... necesr orlua Instruments considering the South Krome avenue has been

M ; Florida Cttv-Broadway and p. m.; Junior rrteptlfig C.30 p, m :if: + M with I low prices they secure for their II decorated and illuminated far
Sixth street. Sunday school ntI night business, and a thoroughly
Young PeotHe"meeting Vi.! :3 ( i ae affect < handicraft The Interior construction -

4S a m. for pupil under 20 years Prayer and 'direly( Meting TCci ;. thy muffle I the scientific part of the informed salesman is on the Job

of age; morning service at : 1 Thursday ip weather tone production la seldom given until closing time.

o'clock. Wednesday -enlng "eivIcM '- 1
affected as pnrtirul attention. The insides
which In. lude testimon'I rES"COn; I!
moisture I arc smoothly finished but the paid for It. The authenticity of
of healing and experiences and remarjcs Gould*-Sunday school at 01 i realize thee plates lire Invariably left too thick I the Instrument can only be de.termlned .

( on Christian Science, 8 p preaching at 11 a. m and 7:30: p. m vies of old In- 1 K i in custotdayyfor' makers of by an expert Theseexpert

m. attend The public Ja cordially invitedto HOMESTEAD PRESBYTERIANllomesteedRrome .a that only the skills\HfeignutoUnt ida I Stradlvartul j are Invariably located in
.a experts keer>s them lit,h facslnSle of that itt the large cities and theft fee for

"Rise. 27 l..nonnnoD avenue at s sod condition as they are. For printed on old or dark colored! identification and appraisement

;o.j. 18th street; the Re\ E L. NAP nturlrs writers, hav harp- -r. find dated ,back sometime I
subject: -ItaJllv. eiome l T I might vary from $JOO to $2 .UO.
nn. minister Bible school at rJ upon the "Lost mystery of dune the life of the I immortal They have gained their knowledgeby

ciitncn OF CHKHTHomestead ID a. m ; preaching III II a. m I (Jrt-mona vbi'inThey, seem m:'k,'i Stradivarius was born a life time of experience and

I II I Young peepics.ptrding:,, .t 7 pniSfiniTt'tUS't to conceive the theory thut in the in IMI and died in 1737. There i must charge for their services the
-Fir TUMl'LE OP' I --.- -- !It in example of his work now same as a lawyer or a doctor
N. W.
Fifth St HII'l'I': study al 10ami
,,TEbTIIIIc.tn ." Him..mUnr to I1DI..,. owned in this country and datedin
'UI11I1"I11": a 'In* ship and I Add loa .mn,,.i... together with illnbmiuonl : The making of splendid new j.,
I preaching at II a rn. preachln'l 'I "taMi.nli 01 miens omitted or t-vlod f>Ki. wi't, I boo 1737 In his 93rd year Thousands I violins must be carried on as a '
Mid Ui tht kkllwot bidder Hi the Coors
Truth In of violins In this country bear
: 7:00 p m. Prayer meeting Wednesday Spiritualist Houoo IB Miami on die fate dv of Monk i labor of love, BO that in the centuries
at 705: p. rn. Woman Clutx lI.tll< N. W. Eighth INK. beginning ot l o hour of Ton o'clock 1 iA. this facsimile label Many may that are to come violin players I.
avenue M.n'fc. Bible claaa andy M. or w omn tlUnnfloT: the sane be very old but these instrumentsare
nay bo iwv-kod In duo ..... I lovers shall have their
i CHURCH or GODHomesteadSOT .; unfl prices lyceum at 7U: pim Doted ot MI.I. Plot..... this the athin not original. merely copies masterpieces when the Cremoncse
.; healing by Dr. J. Carl Hanson of March IMS i and worth only moderate amounts
K: B LEATHtRMAM I Instruments shall have crumbledto
N.V.. Flfst'
at 7:4J; lecture and messages at 1 Clerk ClmM Court '1 Bo If you have a violin labeled, dust
avenue; the Rev and Mra E. T. i 73": I .r.do Count. norWo. Antonlus Stradivarius Cre- ,
Brown Circuit Court .. .
school at43K (
pastors Sunday ;
low JNO rfNNO. D. C.I moaecla (a town In Italy Cre- :
': m.; preaching at 11 a. ml LEGAL NOTICES | Published Monk 11. IS, M: I9IO !monea) Faclebat, anno 1720" BIAUTIFIL HAND MADE

i and 7,30 c m; Junior Y. P. at t:43 don't immediately jump at the I VIOLINS .
I p. m '- Prayer meeting, 7:30 p. m NOTICE Of APPLICATION rOil TAX NOTICE' or APP ItKKD"-ATION FOR TAX I conclusion that have a i i with i hone MMllnsoM .'\\eo

Wednesday I Ii Ikaotor IH.'. Al Otto.f 1126. flU A-J IINotlM Chopt.rfttlA.Y of IMS PIle A.ItlfNotloo E.morkmon piece worth a you great master-I I: \furlnirod law eaort I..n.repair....-work Visitors on
lo korobr rlwa l that Any
... Invited..
b Iron that Dora killer.holds :
holds of sate and county TMCrrtirimu la quite probable that
i CHURCH OF TUB NAZARENE of State and. County Ta Cortlfl.oaloi you ,
N*. SS St and. 1*. .Issued Ik* Ilk No tM loiMd tko end do* only a modern copy worth hIV'1 SAM J. DAVIS
bon ruN
; lIote1'4TIll Rev W. J.I nay of July A, D.. IVM. kai llld oonu Iny of III my aoptmkor"' ,.... and A. has D. IMI made application came for fifteen dollars the amount you rb .L a. ...1... Rich School
offlot and has made aupltnitloa" for
Parker, pastor Sunday school ati i, tai" dood to" sound tkoroun..Jald Cor-. CoRlflrat o ax dad ombrom to bo .Issued the following tnorooo. doMrlta.id Bold. I II

149: a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. Winston omkrnjii In* lullowlng d<*nrlkdr nrovorto In the County of Dido .... ,
1 ,
In Iko Cooaly of Dodo, state attend.
and 7:30: p. m., N. Y. P. S. and ..' -"11a:1e' of riorklo, .....ltiNM .1 i
el B..tlun *.
Junior meeting at 6:30 p. m. IS. MkMk I, Aaminod Plat Hal. Toonokl ot l NEH< South. BRU Range SS Eut.oonwlnlnl SEND $! '-.ir4; For
Park No t, Fiat Hook 17. pare ,
Prayer meeting Wednesday /ven- la In the. CimM of Dado III... J KlorMo SO Aerao moro or l>oi. lo. | I
the County of Did. Slot of rtorldoTko
log t:SO p m. i iPrlneeton I M son_ la Certificate Mo. St.Ik .. _.....t of MM pnwomr undo. .'
7 he .a.sm..t of mid .cossets .d. THEATLANTIC I
Ih* MM certificate issued woo In the MOMof
the Rev C. A. Condors sold Certificate Issued woo In Uw i Henry oWnmanllnlooi 0" _
name of UnknownLota .., ,.. ... I
tllI .11 W rodoomd
pastor Sunday suhool at B:43. II and II. Block L. Amended PlotHallandale nooordlna-/ law. the* sections airlb.od MONTHLY I j jMAIE
preaching at to:43 a. m. and 7:3Dp I Park C, Plus Hook II.UM WrtorMa thumbs will bo sold to the klukoot lido II jI I PlumbingInstallations
M. In tko = ot tMd* SUM II
m. Junior meeting I:30; young i ipeople's I ao la Owtmaau No.IT dm al the' Court kouoo dwir oo the tint I
Monday In Uw month of Moy "". which
Tko assessment of mid proponrundrr
meeting at < 30 Prayer .
: U the led day of Hay IN*
the. MM Ortlftcol image was tatLoT'lT the tough : meeting Wednesday at 7 30 Dated thio lath day of MoMi. IMt .. ho". : I
L : p. m. .... of "LTAMlldod & LKATHERMAN I Major the wlodum.MM *
Slosh Plat
EPISCOPAL Par. II... t. Plat Bunk It. sage StIn Clerk ot CtrwH OHM. oomronloo.'lo. tk* charm that
Dad County. fturMa.ClrauU I
the County tt Oodo lasts, of riorWa.. hen mode the ATLANTIC for mromnrftv

KL iolla'S. E. Second avenue I _omkruod_.. of. I mid* CartttanM Drooorty nadir Nn. .the.. aaMrtirionlo TIe. Court Vy tool N C TER '7.-1 f.Hir |I yoon. '-'. noilquoted Repairsand
( : II : Apr I ,1 and. moot okriokd. .....1..*.
and Fourth street, Homestead; < luuod was III Iht nnnt of tin

Thos M:Melrose, priest In charge known.Upl ... Now Cortl/lraloo. .halt.* rodoont.d ... NOTItC e., APP'DEAD''TION r>R TAX,1 send (I. (nmtlonlic this gala I Septic TankConstruction
I according a> law the property dpaorlk.od !
Chapter IT Friday The Annunciation" thoroll soul no sold to the klckoit bed&dry rik A4SMNotkv
al Ik* Court basin .<_ on Ik.* Tint
It.IMaajr 'Inn Hint VMor N
Holy Eucharist at b koroby (
I Monday In the marsh of May. ,.... which Kooky and M,Mr** KOOHT ....... ladwtfo. Tko Atlantic MontKIr S Arllnaten .
and Instruction at 7:it la the wee/II day ol May IMS holds, of sate and County Tax
... fed ....
..". 0 day at Merck Cntlfkml No 141 kmod the tot day costal 8t.1
t:..B. LCATHCHMANCWrfe of Aspect A. D. '",. na.. fund .... and Service
4th Sunday In Lent. Holy ClMaM Wrt. In my ofrlro red have ...... .r'"' tinnhr
Eurlwrtot at 730.: church j Dodo County FkirMla.y a lax dud lo k* basal tkoroon. laId Cor.Uftonte --- ------- ,
N. C arCHRITT (X C onikruoi tk* following dXirlkodimvorly .
school ai f)St. matins and aer. Circuit Coon DialIklat I In >H> Cmnty of Dade, stay 001
M : Ape 1. S. 111 SEE
Team Florida
tile,, .. 11. People's towniWork
Lam I -twooard Park ,
Service League at I:S*. NOTICE or SALE or TAX rHTirt. Plat nook IIa. tho County ,.f "

WtdirPtday Holy Eawhar-i caves Dade, ....I4. V,
I AwHralloai N. IIMk I The ._nest 0' rid. araportl .nd... ONLY
M .t 'oJ" penrlenllal office wools > koroky elves Ikal Mac"L..I T.Kans. I". sW. C-Mill-ate Issued WM la the W. HeBOOTH
meditation at 4. Agent nf a* Uwnor kaawrlltMi ; nom of: Unknown MONKEY
estimate that Ik* Uu twtlfl.lr t'nh.- mid, rarllflnti, shelf W raWnnl -.
EVU4 iuCAL. Clit'ICll .t.. usher web act a.1.0..t nmIl. ar.dies. to law the oroprrlyJ. JUNGLE
l 1917. held kr Ik* Slot k* .......lloi. ad41 _t boulder. at the Coon H_ darn ,n tarn
... JotiVttrdUmd.. the Re,. I to the kipkool kMifcir tw Mk Hro -I Monday hi tk. month of Aorll IN<.
| >.Uod kv OMHitor IttN of the IS97At which to the Norman C Zulauf, minister f Services *f Iko UvblMuMk upon the 'olknroMrtkrl Daunt Ikto and d.y of Man*, A. D ,"11F jungle IA. wall
tsc,as- second And tourthSun; 'no ( real was In DM Covey ofD : a. I.r ATHT:RMAN 4a fine vow path ofFees"
,. **>, State of H. Mo. taw", I Clerk l nf e'r,1t r", .t go "lost.Ra.aaaad .
dr U II. Yuwm Addo. *. PIMM VUrt.T Dado inoaly. hands
italt'"aWANT-- >. luoo t.> W '-M .r* ........... ktftiriomt rirruK Cast tool Rlaay Opposite F.E.C. Depott
;'"' I. Mn tUII of Ml Md. nor I y N c. TKRSCTT D.(' i iVW.
ADS PAY ..rn.. |u* roO' the mn tai Mid 'IMI War I I If ., '

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FrIday March 25, 1988 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pare Eleven

NOTICE LEGAL.or SALE CATIiKoaloa ..NOTICES,or Na.TAX im cumin. Oldest Chevrolet IJ ; : Ql.:1:1:1I 1

h ..... Itwu Hut W I. Bom
has MM with MI written ruauan that th.ui RATE Insertion I Of MM:
canlfkwtra. together with ill .. .
pant mnKtad or kvl.4 tnua InHud, Sr B UM
I' the roar 1M. bald br the Sate b. ..dtartlaod --- .,
and ..... to th. offshoot bidder forea.a -- ;

1117 M Aota provMod of the by U.fcbtar.Chooser 1MH. upon, uf A.the Dealer on East Coast I FOR RENT FOR ULI-lna Pontlaes f.urI -

followln daarrlhod ml' MtttM In the Couu -. I I door sedan, brand new palnl

tr Uu of Did.I to I Mate Ilk.of I Willis Florida.Subdn to-.lt't W, FOR RENT-I unit furnished apt,, I Job, new tires, mechanically

of MBU II Towmhlp M Ron,. Mummer nU. ithanklln Grove i perfect: $5U. Te...... John L.

br N orrtlffcau Th*. to>o.No b 471 k. of mid Kit are and.*. rrproont. ... IN SINCE: W. Florida 0" (pmlS-IS''i| Scarborough, Phone IS. (rm4)

taw for Iha year lets to t7. both
(...,..,..,. Resonating M ...... 1LAN fOR RENT Furnished apt. FOR SALE Bright: Valencia'

Said tai onltud Certificates or together bussed. tow with will ill.uhroqupal downtown. Summer raw Hll oranges, grapefruit and juice at .

lie IOU to tIM hUho bidder M the Cowl Sept L See Henry Behraru stand South Krome Ave. and

Houot inn. .......nl.Miami. .1 on Uw tile tour 1th af dar To.of clock April GOOD USED TRUCKS or Ben). W. Morris (mlltt I Third St. Homeatead Fruits ;

A. M., or a. idea thonuttor H use MM. grown by H L. Cook. (flBatt) :
Joey ha roarlwd In d,* __. FOR
0.... .a 11..1. FIaride, the 1M loth I rurnltiVKl modern FOR SALE Seedless grapefruit :
4q of JiIaNII. I.... 1930 Ford S W Base cab flat body BARGAIN $-room house III N W. 14th ,
1. .. LCATHEBMAN ; ; .t. Call at Mrs. Bergt-ri. I BOe bu. Valencia oranges, S3Cpk I

Cork of Clnult Coout.Cinema PRICE Mrs Eva Collins, Modello :
Dad Cooutr Florid. (ml l-18)

SoalBr JNO RNNO. D. C. FURNISHED APARTMENT. C. EXCELLENT after shaving lotion :

(Published H.r II. Ml Aw I. 111., 193.1 International Pickup-six cylinder; rood 1 R. Bigger. lot N. E. 2nd Ave for men. Hand and face lotion :

Appl""" '" If. tilt (i4tf) for ladle Make It yourself for .
NOTICE OF PALO n. TAX CEETIFI.LATIM paint ; big Jumbo tires; runs fine. a few cent per pint. Material at :

Notloa b horhr .1.! .. that nearest N FOR SALE all drug itorei Complete In- 14

that frlp.the.KM ton filed.....with.t'"alaa w toawhw wrlttou with roouoat IIInbMnwM 1931 Ford L W Base-cab ; Hat body ; good tires; traction, Ilk coin and name

emitted or .hnlod. taxes .....1..... FOR SALE Boat and outboard and address of two friend Address 4i

'"' roar IMT, told br the State b.toVorttaod new paint. twin motor. Apply Dr. 'Vercoe, J. B. Sommers, c/o Mrs
MM to the hurhaot" bidder
for rush aa provldrd kr Chapter 1OM of Florida City. (pm25-al) I M McMlchle, 2110 N. W. 56tbSt 1
the Isis Act. of Uw UnUUtur., 'upon the Miami.
following d-rrtbW ml o.uu In the. 1936 Chevrolet 131 inch cab-flat body; good $300 House and lot, no Improvements .
Count of D>d>. sate of Florida. ttvwlt,
Oort. Lot 4 : SWH of NWU SW14 of tires ; new paint ; motor in fine shape. a real FOR SALE:: A knapsack sprayer,
NWHofdFH' BS of MR* Township and $1500 HOUM and lot. House hat all bran, $n. Used, but In good I
i. of BBtt Boctfon 19. III.
Ro... 40 _tal.I..: fit(I ama mare or bargain. 1 rooms, oak noon, fireplace working order. Also a meat ww,

b... TINt torn to b. oak an ..,lo.aood Needs some repair, that .the $1 Two apethodla tree (tarot
br mrtlftoau No ISH of IMt ind _
......1. taxai for the ream in t.. uin n-n 1030: Chevrolet Truck-cab; flat body; '38 tag ; reason for the low price All flame) to exchange tor other
both Inrluahio.
amounting to 1714.In, Improvement things. Also sapodilla. etc
Said taw .ortlftratoi incrthor.
with .11
nibooguMt omitted or I I"" ... ta_ will bo cheap price. 12500 6-roorn houie Has :3 !bedrooms Hollister Sage Kings Ulghwa

said u the, hl.hoit bidder of the Cnit I fireplace, bath and all near Krome. (mlltf).
J. Miami on the ttk day of April I
1W I. A. M.. an u Man thereafter as the some 1933 Chevrolet 157 inchab; flat body ; good hm J-car tile garage This U low R. t. RED FRYERS .lve or ares>
rotF .. r orbod a d.. __.
Dosed .a Miami llorid.. this the 111I tires ; 1938 tag. prIce. i ed. Free delivery In city Phone

day of II...... lass.IL B. LEATHFRMAN $750 About 7 acre glade, $ 588-M. McEwen Poultry Plant

Clark D>d of< Cou.Circuit...Court Florida 1931 Chevrolet 157 inch-cab; stake body; good $1500 acres-pine Great, 4f'OI1hoUM big frame house, FOR SALE! Trailer In first clan
CI..1t Court soul
8 IT JNO FBNNO. D. O. mechanical condition; well!! treated.Bird. 10 acre pine, lot. of pot holei condition. Inquire at Leader-

(ubl.kod M.r II. M : Apr. I. Islet Can make term, Enterprise office.

ANII...,. N. less $J}oo-Small ,?r'ampp(1hags. bout LOST
NOTICE OF BALK 0" TAX CERTIF.ICATEl 40 good tree around houe balance -

Notion h hereby .,... that ...... i of 10 acres has been Ingrove LOST Between Hardee PackingHouse
lI.tt_ kH filed' with IM written rr2f .
that tIM and Homestead post office .
u' .rtI" '" t< tlMf
all .....!........1 omitted or l.vld I ?Art glt9ut $3230 4-room house, all Improvement on Monday. small black
to.. l..ludlni/ the rose loaf, h.ld
Nt,1StY rtte4sW *. Over 500
UK Sate b. ad...._ and Mid to the > Persian coin purse. containing keys and
birh-s bidder tor ,uk So proN.d 'v : lime on 4 acre of testifiedland. $4.$0. Reward for return to Mr
cto..... II'''. of the It" Auto of the Nice location.
L...Ia,.... upon the followlar d..ribd dChevrolet W. D. Marian Redland. or toLeaderEnterprise
yal.rota I. the County of Do" Bait $,9M Large frame house. all office. (pm2S
of ......... trrw/t/ Improvement. tub and shower
BBH of "W<< of 8WK B Townhlp' 17. Motto M. onulnlni 10 bath., hot and cold water. Fine WANTED:
cro. more or 1 W., TINt town to .. Mid ly landscaped Over $8000
are "'"" "",* br ...r"1.... No MM of Co. recently
late and .TTJ'V axes for the yeaty invested In this place. now WANTED Kaffir orange akre

JJ?.40 to. I. clu.ly., ._..t''., to I offered at big sacrifice Price and sandbox tree Wishing :

Lot < Blk t Plnrhunt. TV HEM tor I Includes fine furniture and I Well. Naranja Fla (pm IMS

b M7I aold of I.an.. evidenced h ....I".... No. 103 N. Krome Ave Phone 98 acre land wltr .fruit
ropNomlo ta>o> for the WANTED
Curb girl. must be 21
mn lets b. 1M7 both 1..1..,..., OJ.OUMMrtlficntoi $6000 Lovely new rock house.
I... Ie lit..". 7aw'- S- yean or over and have health '
garage servant quarters
said, tin patio,
....... tontlMr with .if tome fruit around card. Apply in ptrion Cabin
.-. om ltwd. or tnt... town .. houae Includes
MM to the hl.k.t bidder .t the clrt: LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE 13 acres of land. Inn. (pm23)
""... 'I. Miami. M tko 4th .., rf April
1811. b-liinln. nl the dour '"f Tm o.>roch 1 $9500 This price is reduced WANTED Listings of houses
tom,: I tamp n. Wrinht. D f.noant ?_ deed to bo brut* thrroon Said from 15000. It includes 40
tj't.'zzttsxsxs' I salt:: for Dlvoroa Hill of Complaint. Mrtlricau ambraoai the followlm, donrlb.ad and apartment for rent. Henry
noted .t llfa..... 'Iorid.. this the It' II appearing 'kr affidavit apponaW to property la the CaoMr af Dad. Btaloaf .1I acre of land of which about It Behreni It Ben). W.-Morris N.
day ot Mardi. less.It.. 'I hb, flM In the nbmra auu>d oauHthat rkirMa 1owltiE acres are in grove The houseIs
B. LrATHFRMAN.: the Drfmoant thmln. nanud to a I <* of HUH of SWU (Loo. N. toft. Krom ave, north of 10-ccnt
Cloth of Omit Court .._...1...... of tko sate of Florida, and aad t M ft af E& af MEI4 of B dream, having 8 or 9 room store, phone 94 (all14re
.. of NaloVnM of oilddrfmdant 8WI BoelMW TowMhlp, It South,
Dada County. For III. 4. and plan It including all modern Improvement

.,,, Court Beef .. unknown that Uurala Kana* II Ka.1 In the Countr of Dad.
by IMO. FENNO D. 0, I no pars.n the ButoFlorida. of I sate of Florida. *. Tile noon walls LEGAL
IPuklabod ..... It. I'r Apr. I. Ilitl: use ....... of subpoena The _moat of told aroportr under Tiffany flnlih. $3500 cash required NOTICES
upon whom would hind, auch D f..iaai.' the paw omlfleaU. b.uod WM In tlM "ma NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB TAX
trln; or BALK nr TAX ., and thai .h. b) Beer the aco of twontrj j oft Uahnowni and aawm Federal loan I>KRI
CATIB CEETIFIp.lk.U.a ono years It la th.rdo..rdw..d that i I Unless mid ....111.... Shall. ko r*. for balance at around G''% interest File Na. Illtt
/ Mid aon.ro.ldmt Dof.ndant bo and she deemed aooordlnt to tow Ik* Property H..... h hereby wren thai Stewart and
No. lilt k _h, required, to appear M ... JlIII _.,." ants will bo told to the knrhmt Flonnor:" I...... ..I..... aa aoilalin of
Wotlco b ...... (Iron that JT M Kirk. of Complaint filed ta MM come on or br.for. blddor at tko Curt House door o* IL A. CAMERON City of Hlaloak Tan drtlflrnto Num.horod .
Sow. .....a of the owns. has filed with llondar the 4th dar of April A D. 1 tho first M..ndar In Use nwiith of Mar. It ...... ties 4lK day of Julr A. D
M wrltun ngu.1 that tko too Mrtlfkata. tail. ..h....... .... .11.I ....... of Mid 1'1., which la the led day of Mar ItM.Dalod Phone Tt llomeelead. FU. Hit haw filed. Mid rllflrou In mroffto.
twothor with, all subsequent and f. bill will ha oakum .. ....,..... br aaldDefendant. this llth dar at Mirth ItMR. .. and bar nada appHratkra for lad
led >...* axes including tho roar 1M7 B. LrAIHKMMANCUrh : : FOR SALE at low price 1 to deed to kouo thereon. In arrordaaoo with
Md br tho ..... ho adrartfcW and said It la further ordered that this ardor WpubllihMl of Circuit Court. .... Bald CortlflMl. mkraooa the M.
to. the hlKlMt bidder for ...h .. prorw d ono. n week for I anna allra Dan County FkrauClnult 30 acre, 1200 ft frontage on la wine dwrln.. prauwtr. attnnlad In 0040
M Chapter IHM. of ... Nit Aeti of th.. wwka I. TINt LoaoVr.Entorprlao: a ...- Court BonlBr Dixie Hwy. between Princeton Cou. ,. Florida, to-will
LoKlalalyra, upon tho followlm dour./bad paper published .. paw County and Bats N. C STERRETT B C.t I Lot U assets M. Hlaloak Orla-lnal/
real I sate I. the Cushy of Dads, Slate I I This March I. IIUI Mar IS. III| Ap*. I. II and Naranja. Home surrounded 1'......,... In tko City of Hlalook OunirOw
.f Florida. .....", I C. B. I.EATHFRMAM by large mango, sapodllla. at Dod.. sate 0f Florida.
Lot I Blk. I G.. W. Koadri tab. TINt I Clark of Clnult: Court. I II NOTICE OF BALK OF TAX un..I. The assessment of paw Is,_, wader
texas to b. Mid see o........ br ....If b (Circuit, Court iVallM CATBIIAppllralloa coconut, royal palm polnd- aaM Cortlflrai bawd wps a the
.... No. 104 W Mo and ropmonu :I .> BWIFT, Ooputr CbrkB. N. lilt ana and other tropical tree. Mae of U..k...... Values. Saw Ontlrvaal
u>o, fw *. yen ?,, 1 shall bo redeemed oaa.rdao to lawton .
? fell bark 0, DAV1B. Notion b hereby Steve that H. A Cantoorn
.....1...... aauunllni to M II. I ulMllot 1 lor rialntlff .....t for Marvwjrn A. CII....., O. L. de Frese Box 84. Narsnja.I deed will bow thaws on the sib dar
Lote 0 to II Bib I do*. W. Noodles (M.r 4. U. 16. 29ApyLloss) baa filed. with ww written r"W4 (pm 18tf) of April A. D. Itll.Datad .
Bub. Tho taaoa to b. Mid ... w/,.........I tho tot .....,...... together with allauhMo.u.nt Ikk led day of Marrh A. t>. 111II
kr oartlflcato N, 7WI .f IMt sod np- emitted ar .fueled issue la.lualn .. .. LKATHraatAM" ,
K"Jr"5.>' the Foam mt to li" NOTICE or Am.TATIOM FOB TAX th poor I Ml. bald kr the BUM FOR SALE Tropical plants, citrus Cloth of ClKuH 0.....
.. .. .., ......ti.. U HIM mm .. advertised and sold to the kUrhoit" Md- tree and tropical fruit in Deign Ciiunl.. riurlda
1'* .' NEH: of MWH W MB* ( ... IM rib IMIINotlaf dwor aa.h aa provkM kr Chwut HIM. CbaH CoarI800I.
fort off CaM >dl, tXtlon John B. raton Jungle' Grove Redlanri *r N C. BTKRRrrr na
M. Townahlp la h rrt>r flea that and of Use IN7 Arm of the LotkiUilura, >**
o4. Ro.... i*. _111.1.. .... stow mom Alblna A M...... bolds aa noiliaoaof the following doarrllM ml I oMal I* the road and Plummer drive. I M... 4. II. l.. II Apr I)
Of..Ion Tho.... M bo said sit .. City of Mistook T.. Ctrtlflraw New Coantr .f Po.... Sate af Florida towHlUl NOTKB TO CBIDITOM
demand br .....,...to No. Till of 1M and bawd IT. ...... the 4th dar of July. A O II 1'.._ "' .... No. I. Tho laws FANCY BOXES t* court of the county J......, skate ofaf -
jnrrs ?"" for iw years >"' to! 111 have iliad Mid Cartlflrula In mraffloa a* aa said an arldiaaid kr arrUftoiM ..... GIFT Orange, 1'i Dad Countr Was Mat,
.... loelusi.. .i"ouaUii. to III 17. and hew mad. applications, for ... Gut of 1IM and Mpraanla aaaoi for grapefruit, tangerine, etc .. :. of tkarlaa H. li,.
.L.0.NE!( NWI4 .1 !:%. ootJloa dead ki how tlwroon In nrjoruanra with MM ream IMt err 1M7. both InclolTOiniountla .....
Towns!. : M. Ran*. II. ..osag /.. lo: ... B.W Crrllflralo ....b_ tho '01. to Hal II. Shanklin Grove, Palm Ave.. To .n CrodlUn. UaatoM. VMrlkutM.
{. I sores owe or..... The ones to owing doMrib. proportr. situated InPaoo BaM ua wrtlfkau. towthot with. an Redland Road.LEGAL and All Pomona Havln Claims or Do.
said are ..ld.'.... by .rtlfleato N... Countr Florid. torltLa 0 .. ..._a emitted or fueled. tow will bo mends Aralnot BaU but:
lilt X Itll sad represents axe for tile .. Block M. Hlabak Original Town.alia the khrkort Hd.ir at the Court You and mob *f rou are .km* m Fears 1596 eo &..,. both l..h0"1- In the City of H......, County ofI N.aso In Miami oo the Mia car of MinkLBATHEDMAM NOTICES and required to preset ray Helena and dr.
Ing: .. .M. I Dado, sate of Florida. 1..1. login/rag n the .._ 1 Too .'dohA. manila whisk *au or otthor" of po* mat
Bald tu oortlncnani rotor with nil The _a of Sold sense.to 0114 M.. N as awry _too we the b''* ...,... the mated Charb. II Fir
Cortlflrato auibraooi the '0I1ow1. daanrlhod
hoaurnt emitted or Head -- will anajld I the sold Cortlflrato baud was la thonaaM Err be po.eh.4 I. due __ law af rirmhtiM Oakland CouMr kik'ana
to tho .%_ bMharr M .... Cue. of V.k_.. Unions. Mid Cortlffc Doted. .t 11I..1. '1arIda, this 1M fish .1.wWarw. III use ,Cauatr of Dado to the c....., iaAn of Dado ('.....,.
>oao I I. Mlaail. on Iho. lass dar W Hank ole akall bo redound aoMrdla to taw. dp .t Slovak. &"1.II.. (tola te>lrtUta tie rinruto. M his off... In the Courtforowld
IPW. ...", ..i.. M th. hour of Too .'.''.k.,, too dad will bow ttmrn .. tka Ilk aarof .. M Htark 14 Soab...ard Park Hal Now at Mam4 r.i with.1wM
". .. Book 14, pan II. la the Counts W Dodo, month from tbe Mb tint
> aa noon thoroaf tk aanwaptr AprN A. D. 1M8. Cloth. Clrralt Court, paid
... ........
ha marled la due worse Dated this lad dqr U.Marrk A. I> ..... Dado eo..", ........ of lira.... d this _...: paw ..._ So 411s,
TM.meet of paw
Dntrd at Ml.nl. F '. thin tk lilt E. s.'l.EATNERMAN: (Circuit Court lull proportr' mdorIko mend. M be aware me" '"" w
*a, of ....... CIorII of 'CIrau1l c.uJl, MrNO. FKUMO/ .O. C. .._bid sit Lortlflrau. kuiiiad was 11M or MM will. be c::. Sit
1MIE. .. LCATHEKHAir: Dado Caaa'". florid. foMkih.d Watch )... II. ... "'. UakaavnUnloM Chapur IIPM Law af Ik* Stotoaf Florida
paid OMrtlflrato shelf W
Clark ClnuW Court, Cb..IL. '..N 8aa. for roar IMTDaud .
amid aoaordliHJ to law the pn qM t A. D It**.
February llth
M. :
ooda'P Five" Br C BTEBRETT, DC.
-JJ Abed thorota will ko wild the
to bin
fMar 4. II. II '1. Apr 1))
I.lN0. onto .I bMdM at the Court Novel door the Metals
A* Aaclllarr' Admllilotrator of tko
by RNJtO Do C.
Pdlbhod Ckaptat Nut Art. of IBM tint. Moojdar to .... awnlh of April 1wbkb IMt of
Mach II, 1t. II, I.... I Charles H. Ehr Unan.d.
| NOTICE or A''N1'IO fOIl TAE Fit. AtMlMoth
k Ik* lib dar of April. ItM.Ontod .
( r. 4, II. !S. II: Apr >. I. 16.w.b .
SEWS fa faiths that Vicar M lFySIt M
I >r aj ibis tad dar of Harrk. A. D Son .
naDlrl POI ri Bl.ICATfOM Charles, ,,-"A ta of loss rile A-l.a* Coo,"" and HlldTrd ti.....,.. Impound and E. II LaAYHllUtAH, )
IJf THE CI.C'rr COURT. r.LivRNTH Notion k korokr tti that 0. *. Lao wife, hiild.ro of But and Couwtr 'r.. Cara. of Cleat """ .. I
)mriAL CIRCUIT BAM COUNTT holder '"f sate and OounU Tat CorUf ,Certificate Mo. 1111 brad the tth dar Dodo County, raga .
FLORIDA, If 4'1I.liI'all. h.. -NA, '.r41 hoped the lot dar of of "' ..... A. B Itw haw roes same aor 'C......Cowl IaaI. .
nn. Cw NO. 62000 I A..0. A. has tad err is am I: *life., and haw toad. aavltoaUo for N. C. JlTlan".'. D O. 7"
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i ri r _Pall' Twelve THE LFADER.ENTERPRISE Friday', March 25. 1938

I time a year ago with sales showIng 11717 M 71 ill 17111 i I 1 17777:17: 111111:111:
R.D.I.A. TO HEAR a continued Increase over last
I i Royal Arma. Extra Spe.-
F41 4=PUM71411
GORDON AND HOLT|year.March production schedules call Hear Fresh elal
for over 14000 oax. as compared
: ARGUE GAMBLING\ I I with approximately' 11,800 pro-t Coffee / Oxydol (
t doted la February, he said. He
I added that the Increased schedules I II )1e4lulD
,,\ J Frill Gordon, prominent|I will Involve increased hours for I II Vacuum pkg. lOcI
about 12,300 employes who hitherto -" !
criminal lawyer ot Miami and pack -- with large
a have been 24-hour week., 1 :
I on a
George Edward Holt, number of 1 1 1 P.A O.soap
. 111 Domestic retail deliveries of' lb. !.
( the Florida from Dad
Buick motor cars during the last I JOo F
n County, will debate UM question,I 10 days of February totaled 3,307 i, ZC MA EaR t'il.f"'l-4U'U:" All ter tile :
" "Shall the Florida Legislature units, acordlnc to sales department:
i t (allzt Gambling at a meeting -:figures, comparing with 8,100 In I -. !9 J
of the Redland District Improvement the previous 14 days and with 1,832'In ...1.
',. I Association at 8 p. m. the corresponding period a Concentrated Lg. Pkg. i

Monday auditorium.In the Redland School year sales aggregated ago February 9936 cars domestic against,," SUPERSUDS .u..__. . 19c

Mr. Gordon will argue for legalizing -I 8,141 in February a year ago. Export -' Big.Blue BOX: Cake Plate. Ic 11
sales brought the total to 10-
gambling, Mr. Holt, against) I'
329. This the best
It was February "
volume since 1S28 the executive )
It will be the first of a seriesof I All for __. ._ .. ... .. 20eBALLARD'S 4)1
debates on live Issues of the said.Used
car sales by Buick dealers
day to be presented at the meet- I
during the last 10 days ot February plain or self-rising (i iill
Ins of the Improvement association eke
George L. Swan, president, were 8.558 units, comparing!i 5 lb. pkg. ............ 29c v a
with 8,304 In the previous 10 days
aid In announcing resumption of and with i 7,114 in the corresponding I FI our 10 lb' pkg. ............ 55c
the orgniiatlon's programs period of February a year ago 2& ,lb. bag ....... .. 9gc
ing the recess due to I
tOllow.1 During the month Buick deal.nlaId SAVE THE COUPONS .i
connection with the ill ill.i
24,893 used cars compared 1
,. trict Fruit Festival
An announcement concerningthe I with 22,14 In February a year I Swift's Jewel or Vegetole PAPPY'SGUAVA f''

building fund of the ago. I lb. pkg ................ 12c
C tion will be made at the aalOCia.1 Government Ownership i LARD 4 Ibs. .................... 45c JELLY
Monday night, Mr. Swan Talk in Miami TonightThe 8 Ibs. .................... 8tc
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800 CARS A DAYBUICK'S L ownership prospect of transportation of government in' ANY BRANDMILK3

America will be discussed in Bay-, 8 oz. jar_..14c
OUTPUT I Ij 'front Park, Miami, tonight at 8, Tall CansOVER Zlc:
< o'clock by Donald D. Conn executive -
j \ vice-president of the Transportation
DURING MARCH Association of America,' SEAGRAPE fj
,cording to a letter received by f 16oz.jar..25c51b.pail..79c
(, J Harlow H. Curtice-- president oft the Redland District Chamber of I JUICE, quarts .. 29c
the Buick division of General Mo. Commerce from the Miami Chamber I
? tors, announced last week that of Commerce under whose SNOSIIEEN ,
the Buick production rate has been auspices Mr. Conn will speak. I
CAKE FLOUR pkg. 29c .
t Increased to four days a week, .._ .
with March output scheduled to J
average about 800 cars dally Edward StilingReal Heinz Assorted

1 out At that the Buick same dealers time in he the pointed Unit Estate SOUPS, large cans, .. 2 for 25c aS
General Insurance
ed States are doing a greater
I' volume of both new and used carbusiness Cor FLORIDA Palm Are.CITT.awl FLA.Aye B Sunsweet Tenderized Lady Grace Campbell's i
than they did at this
PRUNES Dill Pickles Pork & Beans3med.cans..23c t I

f' 2 lb. pkg. w -19c quart jar.19c
Old Time Table.

i x I CARS """ VegetablesFresh | Fresh MeatsFancy 22 PEACHESNo. can ; l5"C- I k.

!. I 1936: Chevrolet Master Deluxe 4-door touring Green Western, boned MEAL OR GilTS

and rolled chuck 5lbs. ____. i,
t' sedan clean; new tires; 1938 tag.: LIMA BEANS

Beef Roast Telephone t

, : 1931 Buick Sedan, .................................... ....$75.00 2 Ibs __ .____.19c
{( \ Cheap transportation; tires alone worth the lb. h ___ .. 25c Tender Peas

Rutabaga No.2 can. .. 15c ;
I, 1 :. price. Fancy Western 1

; I 1935 Ford Tudor good paint; 1938 tag; cheap. i TURNIPS Round Steak TOMATOES2No.2cans..l5c
lb------------ 5c
lb. ___ ____. 29c i
1935 Ford Fordor Sedan-new tires; good paint;
No. 1 Red Bliss
\. clean inside; 1938 tag. Country RollBUTTER MONARCH CORNNo.2can2for27c
Irish Potatoes

1935 Pontiac 4-door Touring Sedan-looks and
rum like new; 1938 tag. 10 Ibs. .___ __ 18c lb __ ____ 35c Kellogg's

1936 Pontiac 4-door Sedan-looks and runs like I 2
Carrots Beets I to 10 lb. average pkgs. ___. .15cBorden's
new; radio; 1938 tag. lb----------- 21c

2 bunches15c, Cheese
1936 Buick 2-door Touring Sedan-clean; better Genuine Spring
o .
t see this one; 1938 tag. WINESAP Leg '0 Lamblb 401.. pkg. ___ .10e..

APPLES 8oz.pkp19c:
I U U U.
PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.I 5 Ibs .. __ 24c Fresh Dixie -

LARGE CRISP Pork Shoulder
s. Krome Opp. Tag Office Phone 18 H or whole lb. __ h 18c

lb. .. U 22c Ronco Noodles5oz.pkg..lOc
_ lOc
HARRY'S WELDING SHOP Sliced Breakfast "

Baby Lima Beans BACON

Electrle and Aeetytow Welding en Cyttadar Blocks 21bs .. .....- 15c' lb. ______..__ 35c 5 Ibs. --_..__.22c _
Cylinder Heads Alomlnus CMUac a4 Beilsn. Fresh Dressed

Alternative MaekAsw..,.Jrta-cate.....te garages la seals Firm RipeBANANAS Phillips'
kvartag ttoartag a" aligned mmitmt. --u. red (. flag Fryers, lb. ... 38c Spaghetti .
sad beriaw. Mid eyIMer ....... i

EXPERT WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED 3 Ibs. __ ____ 13c, Hens, lb. ____ 30c 3 tall cans ...25c ,.

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