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 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: April 1, 1938
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00168
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOLUME XXVI-NO. 13 UOMESTE D, F EmIU'A, FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1938 l'Jt lCE HVKi'EM 1 :y

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I.I.To' Survey Cost of PipeLine !TOLLS MATECUMBE GATEALONEAYERAGE$800ADAY i





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I I $600 A DAY MtORTIZESLOAN

TOM SEEN AS 1 2 Patrolmen Added in Effort to Curb


Mystifying Epidemic of Store Entries None Hurt as Bus BogsIn I Project More--Than Meets "4

FIRSTPATRONOF i Mud Beside Highway Most Optimistic

I Two night patrolmen have been the register In each place was ExpectationsKEY

added to Homestead's police force forced open and a small amount Striking a soft road shoulder I

by Mayor Tom J. Harris In an attempt of loose change removed. A bottleof while attempting to pans a tobacco WEST TAKES ON
whiskey, carton of cigarettes
AQUEDUCT to solve series of store company's truck a southbound
a LOOK OF BOOM TOWN
entries and lock tampertngs which and a 31 caliber revolver were bus of Florida Motor Lines en I _
I taken from the barroom, but no route to Key West left the Over
have taken pake in the business
merchandise was missing else sea Highway and bogged down In Crowds Jam Restaurants,
district over a period of twe
Conference Said Held by ,weeks. I Ii where. mud a short distance this side of Hotels, Court House
The entry Into Burton's store Key Largo Island at noon Wed-
Stiling and Group's Three stores entered and BankTolls'
were .
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.was the second in little more thana nesday.
RepresentativeCONTRACT I,through the rear of the premises week-both made In the same Passenger were,,alarmed but -
t. j
i Tuesday night while Patrolman manner.. The first time n-..aa unhurt and the bus was undam at the Matocumbe gate of

SIGNED AS I W. H. Syket was making his taken from a cash register Mr. aged. Arrangements: were promptly the Oversea Highway have averaged

KEY HIGHWAY OPENS I rounds in another part of the city.' Burton reported. There was also made to transfer passengers to : more than $800 a rtayInco
the highway opened all the
'The methods used to break Into an epidemic of entries and lock other equipment and the journey was
Would Burton's Department Store, Los- tampering two weeks ago when was continued without much loss way to Key West Tuesday
Believe $4,000,000 !I ners Department Store and Sim-' the Men's Shop was broken Into of time. 'I This means that the highwm i it i-

Pipe Fresh Water to !mons' bar were the same in each and merchandise scattered about Effort to free the mired bus financial success as writ u- an

All of Islands :[case. Paneling had been cut and but nothing taken; Redd's Dry had not been successful at a late 'artery of life-saving commerce lo

removed from the rear doors and Cleaners entered but nothing stolen hour yesterday Isolated Key West The S3.ll00-

Florida City will probably be j 1 the thieves gained entry through ; Thurman's Service Station entered -.- 000 public works loan with which

the sterling point toEJLfrMh water! the opening. ijCaalj seems} tohave and "a bottle'':.f.. sods' water Flames'Razer11ouset- ; .'the railroad bridges were' II'quh.d'nd"amlf'rtetf ....
r pipe line to Key Wewjgmtract for' been th o objective, as.!taken,, ;' th* lock- <* 'Iferes'teadHaberdashery into "highway
of Mrs. Clara Vihlen
tinkered with; the be amortized for I Irss
a cost survey of which-wm signed g:004lllan:
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Green Lantern Restaurant enter- than In addition to the
by L.
In Miami t. Lee
Tuesday and associates and by Wm. T. BUS SERVICE IS ed and some raw fish taken:: Cen- The two story frame house of $800 a day received at the M.
of West, chairmanot tral Service Station catered and Mrs. Clara Vihlen, on Vihlen drive cumbe gate are the toll taken in
Key
Doughtry;
the Florida Aqueduct commission two tires later reported missing east of Naranja road, was destroy .t the BY Pine gate from north .

who motored to Miami over I DOUBLED HERE AS I tw H. Collier, proprietor. ed by fire Wednesday forenoon. bound automobiles and rMsaenwivt \

after 1 Patrolman Syke has been transferred County fire fighting units from one dollar a car and 29 cents! A
the Oversee Highway shortly
it opened to close the deal. 1 II incHWAY OPENS ;: to the day shift and his Redland and Kendall were unable passenger.In 'I
to combat the flames after emptying to
duties as night patrolman assigned other words the OverwaHighway
With the wella and Initial pump..iIn I| their tanks because there were '
to the new extra officers, Jim is more than a plant of the project located at I Doubling of transportation service Coker and Herman Thomas I no fire well on the property or sting, its loan at a reasonable toll.
the ambitions of that l'
Florida City,
[nearby, but most of the furniture!
between Miami and Homestead I decline
---- The traffic will some pn -
town for a water distribution sys-I .
and household goods was saved.The ,
effective with the openingof
but
dead of
hops, In the summer
tem could be realized with much TO MOTOR house occupied by Mrs. '
ROTES 'i
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the Oversea Highway to Key not so much that the surplus of
less expense and difficulty than West last is of the Vihlen and her son-in-law and,
Tuesday one sufficient
I the fatter months will not be -
had been hoped for. While no first indirect benefits this city will daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
TO KEY WEST FOR to make up any deficiency I
announcement of the fact has been gain from the widely-publicized,, Sayers and their children. Only In the daily amortization requirement -
is understood that Mayor
It
made I thoroughfare.In Mrs. Vihlen and a grandson were
new
Edward Staling and a representative II I ,
MEETINGAPR.14 In the house when the fire started,
of the pipe line group have addition to the two local presumably from a spark from I Possible and logical n suit of the t

been In conference within the past busses whose schedules remain the'l the stove pipe. Neighbors and financial success of the project l
week. 'same, Florida Motor Lines has ] Just completed may be another '
The Homestead Club will passing truckload of laborers help
Rotary
added four busses, modern in! loan from ihe government to con-
Mr. lee, former Miami cltymanaer ed belongings ot the family:
every detail running dally each,I motor to Key West in a body on save vert the remaining railroad bridges
said in Miami Wednesdaythat
from the flames.
a tentative estimate of the way between Miami and the Island i April 14 to hold its meeting of that from Spanish Harbor to Key Writ

line cost Is 4000000. Private City, with Homestead a regular week with the Key Went Rotary Into highway span, to eliminate
pipe scheduled stop on.each trip. Passengers tortuous curves In the pre..ntBI.
,.capital or a self-liquidating Club, if such a meeting is agreeable 965 REGISTERED and
from here to Miami now Pine-Key West route
from the federal government and convenient to the Key
loan
: have a choice of six busses In each I save eight miles by following "the
would provide the financing.Starting West club.
direction with arrival and departure HERE AS BOOKS shortest line between two points."
at Florida City, the pipe i
The trip proposed by Rotarian
times distributed from 7:30: : I I Key West has the appearanceof
line would follow the Oversea W. M, and seconded by
Flfleld
a. m. to 11:30: p. m. TAKEN a boom town, according persons -
Highway right of way and bridges According to data released yesterday i Frank Rue, was voted at the TO MIAMIRegistration who made the trip even ae
and provide water under pressurefor meeting of the local club Wednesday -
recently as yesterday. Hotels are
by E. II. Gallaher, manager -
islands
inhabitated
of the
an
in Legion hall. i
noon bavc lines
crowded restaurants
of the Hotel Redland bus
in Precinct 72
Keys.The "
of the Florida Next week's meeting of the club of customers the bank lobby la
station here the new schedule 1 Ia i ;
to determine the totaled MS when the books were
survey to be held at the regular time and Jammed, with three paying and
the project Is to begin immediately as follows: closed at S p. m. yesterday and
cost of
I *
I place in Homestead, will be devoted three receiving tellers working ''I
according to Mr. Lee. Through busses to Key West taken to the office of Registration
annual election of offi of the business ,
to the busily to take care ; '
Neither the cost of the Investigation leave Miami at '7:05 and t a. m.. Supervisor Cart Holmer In the
the court house has streamof
nor the length of time it and 1 and m, and arrive at cers.At court house at Miami according to I a steady
would take was specified in thecontract. Homestead 'ar 1:09 and 10.00 a.I the meeting this week Newt Mrs. W. B. Caves, precinct registration i people-lawyers, iral estate

(Continued on Page Five) Lewis, conservation officer of the officer. 1 men and ordinary property owners
4th congressional district introduced Although registration In theprecincts getting their titles In order for '1

I Ray Watson, Miami attorney has ended, registrationIn i (Continued on Page Five)

Holt Cites Slots to Prove LegalizingOf who made an address in behalf Mr. Holmer's office In the courthouse I
I of Wild Life Restoration Florida City Speeders: l
will be tken all through the
Gambling Does Not Mean ControlThat Week, which he said had been ex- month of April for voting in the Drawing Stiff Fines

tended from last week through May primaries.
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Ml week. Biennial reregi/itration of all I
: gambling can' not be controlled trict Improvement Association
by legalizing it was proved Monday night when Gordon advocated voters In the slate takes place this received 'I;

when Miami Beach alone had legalizing gambling aa a THE WEATHER year, and In order to vote in the Florida City this week ns Mayor :b

5,000 slot machines In spite of the mean of controlling it 0ffIri.a ..aro....w 01 raw a.0.dR primaries on May 1 and 24 voters Edward Stilling and Marshal Wm.. ,10,
fact that an of Dade County was Gordon admitted frankly that ...+..a r1.V.. will have to register not later than J. Geronimo ee-operal In "

supposed to have only 1,100 In the he was the attorney for the slot DM. I M Hta.!' ] w. April M.SMOLTZ. drive to curb speeding and otherwise '

last year of legalized operation. machine interests In Miami when Mar. U __'I| $111 1 57 (130.01'\| .42 SPEAKS SATt'EOAT reckless driving.
:
This was Representative George they were In operation. To Molts Mar. 21 ......_ i II i i M 130.11] Seven of the violations were !J 1.
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Holt's reply to Trite Cordon Miami declaration that the bin for the Mar. a -1 I M |154 I I Dave SholU former governorof speeding, four of them part the "::

criminal lawyer, who seeks slot machine 137 referendum had Mar. 21 _._ I IS I 17 30.101 Florida and now a candidate school howe on Caves avenue. ".

.tiomlnatio/i to Holt's seat in the been passed "in spite of the tremendous Mar. 2t ... -, HIM 1 I 30.1JI I for the U. S.senate from this sate I One man received a fine for driving Y

coming Democratic primaries in lobby conducted during Mar. JO U 6B 130.181 1 I will speak in Legion Park Homestead his truck arrow the parkwayif q

._ U JO.121/ I Jl 8 m Saturday. Pain avenue.
debate before the Redland Dis I (Continued on Page Ten) Mar. Si .1|I' p

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been asking me how this money I Ii i
Sun Oil Company"Spend*
HOLT SPEAKER
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was being spent.i
$11,000,000 for Wages i My answer has always been the I I

I I same_this money la Uas. spentto <8Wrecker
AT BANQUET OF "Earlier this year the Sun Oil keep a promise we made a long| ,
Company announced It M spendIng time ago That promaw WM that I

LOCAL SCOUTS clews Million dollafc tot enlarging Blue Sunoco would always be I II
and improving Ka manufacturing kept ahead of the requirements
I I facilities," says E J. I of tile modern motor ear and today ;
George Holt:I-- Instructor at Lynch, that company a local district we are spending this money' Service
the University of Miami and active "and since
manager ever Just to be sure that when tomorrow -
Boy Soout worker, was the.peakr friend and acquaintance have' 's a' arrive, tomorrow's Blue
of tile evening at the
I I Sunoco will be able to deliver a i
banquet given by the Homestead I II DAY OR NIGHT
I tectad by the society to Supple really satisfactory parformance
:Boy Scout In Legion hall Wednesday i
ment the amount allotted by the "In other words, Sunoco 1,1
night for their fathers and
state for hospltalliatlon I marching forward with the times'
girl frlendi Preterit and speakIng -
,I All braces, shoes or other appliances New manufacturing unit are be.:
also Weft J. Newt. Lummiu, New Ford Truck Holmes Crane
must be purchasedby ling Installed Newest method
president ot the) Dad County Boy
I
the society This Is really -
are being employed I
Scout Council and Cecil Watson,
Local representatives on the '| a modernization program planned -'
committeeof
chairman of the camp
:advisory board are: Mrs. Schneider to keep Blue Sunoco at the' .
council Harley
the Dade County -
from the Legion Auxiliary; | head of the parade. II |
Rue was the troop spokesman -
and toaitmaiterScoutmaster ,Dr. S. A. Smith from the Legion; I "But what appeals to me most } REDLAND MOTORS Inc.
Mrs Frank Skill from the Girl ,, about this entire program is the I ,
A. O. Cain an-
nounced winners of a beat Scouts; Mri. E. J. Dyal from the fact that almost aU of the eleven .. (Krom AT, at Ftagler
'P.-T. A.: W. 1. Flsk and Don Tal- i million dollars we are spendingwill
scout contest al follows: Harry
bott from the Lions Club; J. R. finish as more wages for
up : 21 Night Phone SZt.WOn&jcne
Martin, tint: Harvey Rue, second, : Day Phone -
Brooks from the Rotary Club; Mrs. more people and, in my opinion,
Chai Robertson third. Mat prize
Flora D. Myers from the B.P.W C this Is what our country needs I
in a Scout uniform given by Mr.
and Mrs. Landon Carney from the most of all more money being
Cain The second and third prizes
Woman Club of Homestead. spent to put more people to work." I
will be announced later by the -- -
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donor, the Homestead Rotary Club
sponsor of the troop The scout- Ml q Yli

mister also announced that W H. 11I

Woods, local Jeweler, hu offered
"n $18 Elgin watch to the Scout F 4I
o I 110 wins a merit contest starting i i ir I I

now and ending next Christmas I II'

Scoutmaster Cain wan pro-t'nted ,
with a shaving set and a belt from r
the troop.

Scout commItteemen present

included Mr. Woods, Dr. A M.
Loan and George M. Frick Fathers -
Included C. H. Rice C H.

Steffan, Wm. McMichael Ben
Archer, Preston B. Bird D. M. 10UUEU THO

Bowen, J. J. Shuler and Frank a

Ruff George Crawshaw, commander f
of the Homestead Legion post,
In continuous public service for nearly
wa a guit Other ueiU were it
Mr.Themoi,Sunac*N ws
Mr. Cain Mrs. Holt Mrf J. A. eight yoart,
Webb, and Mra Hubert Smith. 1 Voice of the Air, Is acknowledged as Ya
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rsjdl1 outstanding personality and Is :
Scout and their ladiet were: {
John Little, Lola Pierce. Athley a lro
Kemp Mary Grace English Ralph v lions *f American hornet.H* It board P. i

Andrew. Elbert Dolar Louis Monday through Friday *n N B. C't 0 d

Borne, Richard Blggen, Charles blue(IWJZ)network ot 6:45 p.m,I.$.T.ly ,
Robertson Mary L. Pierce Carol
Walker, Lester Archer. Geneva

Vann, Charles Steffanl, Yvonne
Pollard, Harry Martin. Kathleen
Freeman Elmer Martin. Charlotte

Geronimo, Ben Shuler Barbara
Jan Burke Jack McMlcl ,,,'I Carl '

Frederick, Louise Dearing Harry

Hall, Mary Ellen Dearing, Dorothy
Sullivan Preston Dlld. Jr.
Constanc Scherr Han('\ Rue recv ;
and ROM Belts.

Begin Easter Sale s kJrp'r'

For Crippled Children,,I

Mrt. Frank Schneider of the see

local Legion Auxiliary who ia
heading the sale of Easter seals
In the Redland District for the
South Florida Crippled Children $uNoco Fon.

Society la being aided by representatives : .

of various local organization ,. i
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The society, formed four years

ago, pays no salaries. so 99%: of
the funs received goes directlyto Ala iii

the actual sufferers. In the'

four years $30000 has been col- M13CABC




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Seat Covers effected ,In roflnmUs, warehouses delivery trucks and .; x l

PaintingArt's : l gas pumps. Since we lOve the expense .f making anal {

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MAKERS OF HOLSUMRECUURHISTiCE Senior Play Tonight Mrs. Walker Qualifies | The vicar was ffurtsllng ::001 "And now, please remember" 1
I members tot his congregation he ended, "what we want are not ,
Is Rollicking ComedyA As Hoard Candidate) I
supply refreshments for the church abstrat promises, but concretecakes"
rrprcsent-j octal I Paaadmia Pott
rollicking story of modern I Mrs Nell K. Walker,

Facha Baking Company Growing college life at graduation time II';' atlve from this district on the
Concern Back In Ills- "Girl Shy," a three act comedyto Dade County board of public Instruction -

torie Days ., 1118 be presented tonight In Neva I qualified Monday. So I WIN aGe&LeKITCHEN
'J King Cooper auditorium by the far no opponent has entered the .
field against MM. Walker
clan
senior -Homastead High
Away back In 1918, on Novem-
UNIT
ber 11, to be exact, when Miami School. ,
Glad!
was mad with the hysteria of Joy, I The family of Tom Artdale..

when extra after extra was pourIng played by Eugene Seherr, come to Charles and him three sisters had For Yourself

out Into thronged streets confirmation his graduation bringing the girl been to visit a relative la the country -
of the of the from home whom they wish him
signing Though the Invitation had See this beautiful Innovation la Kitchen Cults at our Craft
Armistice to Marry. They even go so far
ay
to kidnap the rival Babe Sanford I been for a week their stay was Shops display room it Till N. E. 4th ('t.. Miami then Mm Ik
When fire ahrlekln'IInd month..
sirens were gradually lengthened to a
played by Alta Webster. We are offering for the best name selected and reasons for selecting -
drawing more thousands Into But eventually they departed
Flagler street I The dean of the college, who Is I "Well," asked the father ontheir It. one of these units complete with (Ink-reUil value
dignified Is played by Wil- flO(. Leave your name with tia at the showroom or mall It to
When the city enjoying the very return, "was your uncle gladto
was lard Barnes, the class poet, Alfred I see your' I as peat-marked not later than midnight. April 15th. when the
moat hours of
hilariously happy
Its life- I Tennyson Murgotoyd, Is portrayed Charlle'i face lit up with delight contest e'", .*. Contest blanks may be secured at our showroom
by Raymond Roberts; Oke Stin-I "Glad!" he echoed. "Uncto This new unit mar; be purchased through F.H.A. IVntnclnx.
Away back then the Fucha Bak-
son. Cod i gift to women, It Pierre glad! Why dad. he wanted to .
ing Company" was a "going con- McDaniel, and his girl, Peaches know why w. didn't bring you, I
cern, going places In the Indus Carter, Is Mosley Sever. Harry I mother, the maid, the cat the
trial life of South Florida. BackIn Degler rants around aa the blustering canary, and the goldfish!"-Cash G. & L.
that day, when men and women father, Anthony Artdale, and Year. .
who are now voting were to young tries to chaperone his 40 year old
their memory of the day la only I sister Caroline, Ellen Vann. Ama ,- Too Good to Keep
CRAFTS SHOPAffiliated
vague, the maker of extra fresh the boys' colored "wash lady" I
Hokum bread wen about to celebrate I Is Jane Keely. Mary Ranson "How many of your girl friends 0L
with the O, Roofing Company
their sixth business anniversary plays the part of i movie star are In on our little secret" I
and even then they were I Birdie Lavern. and her beau I "'SK ill told.:' Tilt N. E. 4th COURT MUMI. FLA. II
on their way to make their prodI I Chuck MajoVillard Norman. The, would! '
uct a household word, and a
hOU"-1 i
wife's favorite, all the way
Fort Lauderdale to Key West; on''

their way to the establishment n. I,
a busir.ai soon to grow out of th'
largest' building the town of Homestead .
could! provide and make'
necessary their location in Soul
Miami, where they now occup 1
;- and operate the fined bakes ID

the South. !
Miami has seen sari 1 cliinsr 1
since November 11. lOin Th," sae i a t. 1j
who describe that rI.! ,'>' limn flr.l i sae. ec 1i j
hand information arc 'o'.ltnruMIn '

munity.the life of a fast-trouing om i

The o'd-tlmers: ten! the '.i'i' us
highlight in a sere dI\ d I M
terdays. They ret i::1] fli--' t
'false armistice of No\ "'mbn 7..u"

'. 'trounced through, .in cnoieou
'. *+ sjfuu/ (. f
1.'he-1; many:red faces, and

many sorrowful IM< as Miens
went back to work :but; n. I, -,
long.
Papers the follow i is! il?\ rrled ,
nears im irmi"li .1 i' ,il I 11'
this, tine, u.is n<>..i nd on fu
vember 11 it came
There was no nml to officnlU i
close business e.lab-hmt'nts) m '
' one showed up for work. Fire en- '
gines screeched, and intro foU'wi i
I' ed extra into the street proclaiming -

the genuine end of the war. ,I
Prisoners In the city jail, refusing 1 Additional scents
to miss I the fun, kicked part of 4t: + from Miamft past
I yK y
the wall down and Joined In. Presumably !! wilt be presented
the guards were out In ai In subsequent ad
the celebration. E. O. (Ey) Sew I' : o{ this series.OK .
ell president of the chamber of

Sam commerce suit Automobiles appeared In attemptedto an Uncle THE OI1IGINIIL 19le .BIMISTICE! MAY

I parade, painted with such legends '
as "To Hell With the Kaiser,"i JFUCHS WAS CONTEHPLflTIHGflCHfiNGE-
but they couldn't get through the
massed humanity In; the streets. I
t
Kaiser Bill was hanged In effigy, Automobiles, particularly, In tats plicto of the original
burned In effigy, and murdered In 1918 Armistice Day celebration on Flagler Street Illustrate -
scores of other manners. In effigy. the amazing advances of science in the past few ;7
And that was the big party backIn i years-bring home the fact that similar advances have been made la '
.
1911, just aa the makers of extra other fields, too. Since 1918 to keep pace r.llU these advances Furhs
fresh Holsum bread were about to I Baking Company has made three moves--each time t) a larger better

celebrate their sixth birthday, and I equipped, more centrally located plant. Today's great "HoNnm" Bakery
even then, going strong. modern aa tomorrow, b emblematic of the superiority: of today' pro-

ducts over the beat that could be made even a few eho.-t years ago. South
Planting In Eggshells i Florida has responded to Fuchs policy by buying pare oal:, more Hol-
In seeds, plant I In ,
eggshells planting filled early with dirt. Bum bread-by malting Fuchs Baking Company tis: I ir.;e::t Independent ,
When'l bakery In the south.
seeds are up replant
the ground without disturbing the ,
plant roots. The Progressive
t
Farmer.

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Constant Renewals
"You say you'" 4iad that hat
for 10 years? Why, It looks like t
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new."Well, perhaps It's because rye I If/t, I

had It cleaned four times, and exchanged -

times.' It In restaurants six IR READ "


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REMAINS IN ONE SPOT

GreatnessThe TJlE EfT OF/TS J.IFCJk
I-"The East Coast Growers Association -
and women of
greatest men
Is a very busy place right
the earth now. Tomatoes are coming in
Are not the ones whose name c PONCE lively and the 13 packers and their
found ,.
are dully I k assistants and other helpers numbering -
Within the pages. of the press;
40 In all, are kept on the
WHOM worth i Jump. Up till noon Thursday 17
Jj spread from tongue to tongue, .12"NEW ears of tomatoes had been shippedby

NQ songs mound _. the growers association, the
In honor to their deed The I
prices on the early shipments ranging -
public sees around $3,23: f.o.b. Homestead
No outward show of genius In
stead were $2.80, which would
their lives. I' seem to indicate that a total of
The are not rich they make not t about $25,000 would be received

) ,ispmg fee,. I from these 17 cars
Thtv scorn the lame for which
I I _'The cantor bean crop U now
the vain strives
I man
[engaging the attention of some of

ty r'tkw 'the growers and there tl no reason -
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In quietness i they) 11\"e their span
.I why this crop should not turnIn
of life
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Th"I. neighbors cull 1 them j considerable money during est
season from June till the of
They lire In p.ace. friendl'l "
1 the year.
And i..throughout
strife 'A dinner party was given by
whli\; aiding doing what li right They I Mrs Joe Burton on Wednesday

lu not lease evening to Mark Nabors before he

The souls for hallow pleasures,'I left on his trip north. The guests
wealth and droat were Mr. and Mrs J. U. Free and

They worship Ood: they old their! I family, Mr. and Mrs. Massey Mr.
and Mrs Nabors"
follow
men:
They keep their courage high when i -The Eastern Star ladies made

all seems Iou i cS'MYRNArAMOU8: surgical dressings at the Red Cross

And when they all they always rooms on Thursday. The follow

rile again. Lynn RUIn ing were present: Mrs Budd, Mrs.
the American Eagle I Carleton, Mrs Rupert The ladles
CANAL doing the regular Red Cross work

The Real Charity I on Friday were: Mrs Ed. Carter
j A 2El./C OF ENGLISH
Mrs Phillips, Mrs Wilkinson, Mrs.B. .
No man no honest man, wants OCCUPATION M FLO&//JAThe I A. Waldln, Mrs H. O Carter

coddling A fair chance to help Mrs CapeUo. Mrs K. K. Horton,
himself U all he aiki If blind or; picturesque NEW SMYRNA The SPONGE of commerce, found in Mri Zollskey Mrs Harknen, Mrs

deaf or crippled, itlll for himself,; CANAL, constructed by Dr. Andrew Turn- enormous quantities in Florida waters is Ennls Mrs Wyman, Mrs W. K{.
he bespeaks no more. The greatest bull, Florida colonist of the 18th century but the skeleton of an animal that has Walton Mrs Thomas Mrs. M. A.

gift one person can give another offers ample evidence of one 0: the most adhered to the bottom of the sea. The Walton, Mrs Beldler Mrs Rue,

Helen Keller hat said over' ambitious early colonization projects ever living sponge has no resemblance to the Miss Eula Ray A cash Easter gift
and over; U not to do somethingfor attempted in America. Dr. Turntull, with sponge of the market It is a solid, rather from Peter Peterson was thank.

hint, but to enable him to do some 1,600 people, mostly Minorcans and fleshy body, similar in appearance to beef fully received"

something for hlnuelf | Greeks that he had brouj.it over from liver. It is traversed by numerous chambersand -'J. U. Free U experimentingwith
Europe, inaugurated here a vast farming canals connected with inhalent
Keller many
A came In point I* Win the 'Belle of Baltimore' and
project during the English occupation. At pores in its skin. Through these pores
herself, to men everywhere; the Earllana tomatoes In connec-
first the colony flourished but oppression streams enter the canal
system bringing
symbol of a fruitful life grown tion with the Globe to see how
dissatisfaction and labor troubles beset the with them minute .
from a blighted blossom through) particles of organic matter these varieties do in comparisonwith
patient nurture by a friend. March' one prosperous community and it was finally on which the sponge feeds, and oxygen the old reliable Globe

3. the fifty-first anniversary of' abandoned. which it requires for respiration. -"Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wood are

Miss Keller tint meeting with : newcomers to Princeton from Orlando -

her teacher, wall observed a. I Horticultural Society Mr. Wood ls shipping clerk
National Helen Keller Day. in lid FROM OUR MAIL BOX for Chase & Co. at Goulds"
To
Meet in Winter Haven
of the blind. Civic and service "Last
Tuesday an all-day institute -
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are doing much to help the blind .TWO CAUSES or DEATH man or a plain criminal. Once the I Winter Haven, Mar. 31 The Christian Temperance Union at

and Incapacitated may wish to, Editor Leader-Enterprise writer narrowly escaped a bad ac.I annual meeting of the Florla State the Woman Club of Redland, with

remember this word from her:!I She looker: but cldent In a collision with anothercar Horticultural Society will be held dinner at the noon hour by the
was a gout
The heaviest burden on the blindis although she was;; back of the,wheel that was about to paaa whenits | here On Apr. 12. 13 nil 14. ThisI Indies of the community The
not blindness. but Idl..n..s." siil tire exploded For years he I meeting will be of3Iue to the devotions were led by the Re\
in fine dicln
a oar, seem to
I
_-___ has carried a good tire gauge and citrus of the
know much about driving Oh growers bate, as well W. J. Carter, pastor of the White
Beer causes 550 of nil 1 drunkenness yeah she could cperste the car. when being supplied with air bya as to all those engaged In any lint Stone Church, after which papers

according to Dr. HE. but seemed not to be aware that strange station usej: the gauge : of work connected with the state's and talks were presented

H..In., physiology pinfeuer it death lurked just ahead, aU the to make sure of getting the pressure agriculture -"Mrs. O W Moon, R G Moon
Ohio State Unlveult time. And this lady was in a desired and: not over lufljtlon I The meeting of the Kiome Memorial I and family, Tom: Vann and wife

"Beer is not intoxicating they serious, a \er)' serious automobile Of course. over inflation Is Institute state were the guest at dinner at the
say iu we jus tit and
glow after glass and all the time Today she thought she would pump is controlled by a gauge attached I tropical fruits, will have its meetIng day."
to it.
the Old King Alcohol is accumulating I In conjunction with that of the, --The S-H Club held a called
'turn right, and put out her hand HolUiter Sap.Home.t.ad .
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in our body and In"lIn. Dr. horticulture society, and the annual meeting on Friday afternoon at
and dropped It. This intimated to
Mar 31 IMS
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Jlamlin declared I the driver following that she wanted I meeting of the Florida RoseSoslety I the schoolhouse and the 3-1 Club
---- with with the S-H Club keepIng -
Its Rose merged
I to turn l left She does this I Show, will I Ij I
Sine its creation In 1939 the common!)'. I> It due to her ignorance Florida Now Produces I be held Apr. 13 and 14 I I the name 8-H A business
Florida Crippled Ch.Wren'i commission of the rules of the road Commercial Bulb Crop One of the big features of the meeting was held, followed by an

has provided funds and or just sheer carelessness? Probably I meeting will be the famous Gardenia election of officers, resulting as
for S6 children who Festival follows: President Mrs. C. MFisher .
hospitalization at the
she hasnt learned that the Gainesville Fla., Mar. 31 Florida Cypress
have undergone operations for'signal, turning right, Is holdingthe : Gardens on Wednesday, Apr.]I : vice-president, Miss Lena
halrllp and cleft palate at the Tampa hand upright, not down This Commercial bulb production in, 13. All members of these three Fuchi; secretary, Miss Eula Ray:

hospital. Is a very common error among Florida during 1937 amounted to.organizations are invited to be treasurer. Mrs R. E. Edwirds"

motorists and a dangerous one ., (4897000, cording to inspection guests of the Cypress Gardens As. -"The Hair brothers are cropping .a

Fifty men started work last weekon Another stalking danger, this figures released by J: C. Goor'v'in,f Satiation the afternoon of the fes'UvaL In the Lake Okeechobee region.in r I,
where they have twenty acres
a new 11-acre park for Sanford. time perpetrated by the filling nursery Lupector with the Mate "
This i* a WPA project whoa total, station man is careless Inflation Plant Board. All plantings were potatoes. Mrs.
expense will be 129, 4t. The federal of tires. A friend of the writer reported aa commercially free I Uncalled For -"Saturday s week ago, '"
Hamon.
Cooper, Mile Pollard, Miss
government will pay JU2,'I asked to have his tires Inflated, from infestation by dangerous "I had a surprise this morning Richie and Mr.
Mrs Rives, Miss
and the city of Sanford $3.420 and when driving on, noticed that pests I remarked the business man. "I I Hamon took a number of the boys

all was not well that the tires did I t t Most of the bulbs grown In Flora I put on another suit and In one of and girls to Miami Beach."

The Federal Surplus Commodities ., not ride evenly He Is an unusually Ida are now produced in the vicinities the pockets I found a big roll of -"Mrs. O R. Rives, who teachesthe
!Hes purchasedmore I close! observer. Many would of Green bills which I had
Corporation Cove Springs, entirely forgot- eighth grade, Is sick with the
than 400,000 boxes of Floridaorants t hare given the mutter no further Hastings and Jacksonville, Mr.I ten," "

to date this season at an! attention 'I. Goodwin says. One concern produced i Asked a Pessimist: "Were any -mumps"S. E. Livingston has improvedhis

l average price ef 15 cents for U.I Stopping again soon he requested 45000.000 bulbs last yeav f ncelptedWalt Street house by enclosing the
S. No. 2 grade and M cents for No. the checking of his tires. and and another 31000000( 'Journal! porches".

3 grade one wan found inflated with 90. The vast majority et bulba 110-
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pounds) pressure Had that tire In Florida are Paper White narcissus

A single housefly can produce'I bun a weak one. my friend might'I his figures showing '1.441,- I REDLAND
800 eggs that will develop Into mature &u. been totally injured if not eoo of this kind. Chinese Sacred CAFE
fl es in a fortnight and these I,kfed.Ion! than once a faulty ranked second with 350000. Soldid 1 1HIES.

may be followed b) seven or eight:: tire has been burst at the station 'Or came next with 1.2SS.000, and I A. NAllOllt Prop., 1 f fr

generation during a single '". bj a careless ..11t.nclanPerhap.. miscellaneous accounted for ill.- DCNNE .k j'I
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painted by B. Wesley Wayland, .., ,.. ".. .... ,.. .... ,..... "'" ..... .. 'root. AIM Idol the Isle of Pine
PAXSON STANDS art director. ,grapefruit would not work budded
"The Mystery of Ills Broadwalk Citrus Pioneers on lemon loot but rather on the

FOR RE-ELECTION Asylum will be prteaatted every Br Ethel Roberta ) grapefruit lootPeople I

night next wee1t. 1'' I'' ".. ,,,,,,,.,,,, ..,, ,, ..,," ...".."....." ...... "" "", bifc.,n to move In ar.+rt-
ually to try their luck it dim
This to .. fosse --- if "'* thickness the and the
of the
pine trees agriculture By I9lt community -
J. Lamar Paxwm of South MI- I atem tsar.., 01.... a.dwd assess
BRIDGESContinued ...... ... ..pone h .... _to .. the!I sturdy character of the palmetto was populous enough for ..n .,
ami and Perrln. who was reelected ..._ _,.... .
Rant".. d 1M BIcIo[Cittern began to experiment with application to be made for a ,.I'I" ,,'
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without opposition two R...." INMrh. ..... For sod 1. b. citrus growing Some were discouraged house Thus the first schoolhouse
5 ear ago to his second term on ( loom Page One) -.. pnHliJn Bask *..-1M.._., to dy-.w.... ittt w-d,,.tm will.w .*-i by the seemingly impenetrable was bUilt. It.wa built on
lw board of county commissioners prospective realty be a doen.-.dw..d" 1M coral rock; others were land that was donated by Dun ,
from the fourth district, hat an- transfers Impending or d Miw ...... /nor.-. ,persistent la their research. Roberta at the site of the present .
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tounced his candidacy for the office A* a matter of fact, the result In the very early day of 1900. I The seed from the rough lemon Redland Women's Club. Mr*. ;
again subject to the Democratic of the highway opening are exceeding South Florida was only a vast and sweet oranges growing wild Laura C. Bydler was the first !
primaries In May. Key West' most optimistic stretch of dense pine tree There I in the swamps were planted and teacher and the enrollment wa*
Mr. Paxson It the present chairman expectations After the were no mean of transportation I nurseries were started. The sweet seven.
of the board, la chairman of setbacks of the past two decades, or facilities for trading end commerce orange stock proved unsuccessful
toe county home and hospital committee Key Wester can hardly believe The land southwest of I because it wa not hardy enough. SUGAR CROP GROUND
and li a member of the what is I happening to them and Cutler, which la DOW the Deerlng,||I Then too it la adapted to rich and
finance and agricultural committee their "right little tight little isle."|I I estate, was known a* the deep soil such a* sand with no Clewlston, Mar. SI (FNS) United
*. The only criticism of returningtravelers stead country because !the holM-I' rock. Budwood was secured from States Sugar Corporation's Clew-
Born In Monroe, Ga, Mr. Pax- is that there Is a crying: I t I contained was government land I the old grove In the middle partof lston sugar house last week produced
son hal been a resident of South need for paint In the Island City.I land subject to government entry. Florida.To the 900,000th bag of raw
Miami for 20 years. He I* tecretarx. There has been a crying need for/ homestead a piece of property I those uninformed on the subject sugar for the present crop.It .
.and treasurer of the Ideal thing so much more Important I!|the limit of which was one hundred It will be Interesting to note is expected that 321,000 bag
Holding Co of Perrhie which'does than paint for so long down there I, and sixty acres, the pioneer I I how the different varieties of citrus will have been made by the end
extensive growing and shipping that many of the residents will: had to file his claims visit the were Introduced.The of the grinding campaign un April
I 2 I, official announce
of tomatoes, potatoes and other learn with surprise that their. property every six months for I young budded trees of lemon i
vegetables During the past year I houses need paint. The painting, five years and make limited improvement -I stock did remarkably well
he hat represented the growers of 1 renaissance will be forthcoming *. ,'Through experimentation the
Dad County at meetings in Washington without delay It is predicted. !| In 1893 a big North Florida I[pioneers learned the lemon rootstock G&LROOFING
Jacksonville and New Or- The center strip of asphalt be freeze occurred which frose the I[ was .best suited for this soil :
IBMMMr. I tween the concrete treads, will be citrus trees down to the roots TheRedland I The Isle of Pine grapefruit wall
Paxson's district includesthe completed on the Spanish Harbor District wa settled partly Imp ted from the Isle of Pine In CO. I
Goulds and Silver Palm precincts bridge today-marking the completion I by these free_ victims looking the West Indies The Valencia I
as well as the Perrlne Kendall : of all bridge decking in for a wanner and more firtil-! orange budwood was secured from I
I the highway project. Pouring of ,country. The earliest settlers I
and South Miami precincts the Heart Grove in Federal Point Manville !
:. the concrete handrails of the included; Den Roberts, George where it was originally; produced I John
Federal Players Will Babies Honda bridge is now underway KoseL Henry Mler Charley Goss. by the federal experimental sta Bonded Roofers ;
and should be finished In I man and Otto Frorrlup These pioneers ticThe Heart Grove als* mp
Give Mystery Romance three weeks Dressing of the Long built log cabins and depend-i plied a few pioneers of South Florida !
Key road has just been started and ed mainly for food upon the game I with the budwood of the .1 SHEET METAL CRAFTSMEN t
; "The Mystery of the Broadwalk this stretch of roadway should be I I which the country: bountifully supplied. 'orange, the origin if which wa.In ;
f Asylum," a new play by Cecil EReynolds in good shape within week, according The nearest trading center I the Island of Slam. This M..fs.an..f the r._ (
will have its premiere to reports. was 15 mile away. These few I the only type of soil on which this I G&LSOLAR
presentation at the Federal Theatre I' citizens met and discussed the orange will thrive. It had been
.I Sunday: night Whether you possibilities of having a post office -i given up a* an extensive crop because -I HEATER
believe In re-Incarnation or not, BUSSERV1CEContinued I The post office was grantedand of the unsuccessful attempt !
this l new production will prove of named Redland because of to grow it In the northern sandy
great entertainment value, according the rich red soil found I in this I r. Isrn.d .1..t Our .err
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( from Page One) enJy parts of Florida.It ::;... Inklhit :: 1.s.okd ..ada..w
to
Roy: Elklm supervising director section of the United States
and I
diligent
was only through the sad .rkss 11"N
of the theatre. The play m., and 2 and 8 p. m., respectively The coming of the railroad In determined work that the Redlaod' outlook
bound with surprises, thrills Northbound from Key West, the 1904, built by Henry M. Flaglcr District pioneers were able to
and suspense. It is a combina- busses leave Homestead at 10:40a. : to run from Jacksonville to Homestead come to such conclusions that
tion mystery comedy and ro- m., and 2:29: 8,25: and S:25 p. encouraged settlement and have been the foundation of our
mance. The scenes of the play m., and arrive in Miami at 11:40 a. stimulated the citrus Industry. present day citrus Industry For G. & L. ROOFING CO.
f are laid in England and the plot m., and 3:23: 7:25: and 9:25 p. m., The fertile quality of the land Instance It was found impossible to MIA.... FLORIDA
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Is a striking example of "newtheatre" N. R. ?"It It. a R. .IITS
resoectlvely was first noted became of the rslje Temple oranges on lemon
dramatic construction Locals between Miami and
The majority: of the Federal Homestead leave her at 7:30 a.
Players will be seen in the var- m. and 7:30 p. m., and arrive .
iotli roles David Bunn, a* the here one hour later. Returning,,
medical superintendent of the I they leave Miami at 8.30 p. m. and CAIN !
hospital enacts the leading role 11:30 p. m. Operation of the "owl
and Charles Shaw ae Ma assistant -t I bus" for the benefit of local patrons 1
has another exacting part. who wish to spend the even. I
Harry Morvil hal an outstandingrole I tag In Miami without the strain of
a* a dumb Inmate of the institution. night driving In their own can I t
.The play is I being pro-I I will be continued for the present i ilDto
diced under the direction: of Roy Mr. Gallaher suld
Rhine, and the scenery was built! Parcel express service Is available -, j
under the direction of Charles B.I I to and from Homestead on
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BIG AVAILABLE VALUES SEEN NOW II Making Good on Tough Job I II II.I'' The. Redland Rattler



BY SHIRLEY \EKNE8S

ON USED
CAR LOT '_H"'" ,"",-,...,-, -- "" -
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Rote of the Dnrnibe". an tape- I three; home to dinner, happy a*
flw'' i!'lta in two acts. directed by Miss ,I can be.
1 I' I u' w. Mich., Mar 3i --
Ij I .I' jam DOW throttling I''" E Rebecca Fisher will be presented Go to movies home at ten; sleep

,,,t..m..l.llle. Industry would ....." in Redland School auditorium on and start all over again
the evenings of April 13 and 14 -The Student l
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b4 ., I oved If people genn.illv I Irlii
ThIS the musical fete of the
re ., I what tremendous ti. all a season -
pore,',on values are now ,1\,1-1 : The Kentucky Kernel discloses anOf
.Iblft .1D the used car loti if pni ( 1 n1 Following It the cast of characters then:
..1 l J. ..:I1 I new car dealers. dec : "An appendix I II a portion of t des:

n B J. Kllngler, general manager s Garrcll Davit, a cameraman In book which nobody yet has discovered

of Pontiac Motors : Hollywood ...... Norman Benson to be of any UM." "Gen 7
der show whether man I* masculine sohan

The fact I* that used car have Calooskl, prime minister of Euro.
feminine or neuter". "A ,
undergone a* rapid and phenom- I lanla E J Graham
n"i.n. I II grass widow is the wife of a vegetarian hot
enal an Improvement in value in Belladonna, ladyinwaitingEllda "
the past eight or ten year a* have I ..... .... ... Sage res
new carl In that same period. Mr. Montmerency, king of Eurolanla GfMa
Klingler declared .. n..nn. : Ernest Todd Six-cylinder Cars Most

The greatest period of devel- Queen Florlnda hit wife .. .. ... Popular Says Chevtolet
opment in design and engineering n. .. Vera Parker ,
In this industry took In the Rote his elder daughter
place
yearn fine the early 19301" said ........_.. ...... Ethel Roberta I Detroit, Mar 31 almost- Sixcylindermotor twice ob
car were as
Daisy, his younger daughter .' hot
the Pontiac chieftain "With thedep'tsslon n.
with the In
popular driving public
Mary Eleanor Williams
the market
restricting frlll.nd, I Prince Karl his son, .. I 1937 a* any other type, accordingto
engineers were given a / n '
recent made by E. P.
In designing new feature u-. t .. Kenneth Hawkes i a survey Mrtin.
t of the Chevrolet
Feely
manager
Count Serglus von Popova a conspirator .
bring depression money out <> I market analysis department
John B. Graham St
hiding During this period \ibr--' (
tlonthat great destroyer of catlife' Demetrius Doodledorf, his right- Mr. Feely survey revealed that the
was largely brought under I band man Jack Turner I 2214338 six-cylinder cars were lea
control. Knee action came Into Trombonlus Tootletop, his left-1 I sold during the year of 1937, or An
being New lighter and Infinitely i hand man Clyde ChambersPercival > 636 per cent of the total of all boa
: McPIpp, a moving picture cars sold Automobiles of the err
stronger alloy were put to general -| r. '
use Countless other improvements rY I director n Albert HalnlinMr I eight cylinder type were secondin meMr
contributing to the long life I *, Percival McPIpp, his wife : popularity and totaled 1,189-
of i car were Introduced ... Doris Price 808 sales during the year, or 34.1 an,
Into the lowest price fields even I f fR Ya ., 4 Pamela McPIpp, his daughter II i|per cent of the total. bet

sum total of these recent advanceswas Alice Penny$) "The six-cylinder engine hal Sh,

to double the average life of I Read mountain and arid desert land stand In the way as sturdy steel Courtiers, nobles, soldiers, peasants shown substantial Increase In Irl
the low priced car I Sawn owry the high transmission lint ta a stately marsh from Boulder Dim tourist ,popularity since 1134, when 595
'Yet these improvement have so Lea Angeles M supply power fix the industries,hospitals asssn,....s"'i, Scene: garden of King Mont- per cent of the total cars told were r
aiHiili of UM whoa's fifth city.
not changed the buying habits of I A*Boukfcr High UM road OM of the most diOeull and trying'ie wto .. merency'* palace on the banks off I powered by that type of engine," Tat
the people who regularly purchase, tike world, follows the trmntMai bee through dot is toss 265 miles if' tie Danube River iTime1 said Mr. Feely. Eight-cylinder ear ten
new car, They still turn theirtars loo issgth. carrying a crew oI..u-oa- .s floor II I. cbevrai w N' summer, during,the annual comprised 391 per cent of total C;
I their mtmuous rounds 01 fcupctiask I Rose Festival Eurolanla sales In 1934, smr''141. per cent bier
In every or so on a new
year The Chevrolet patrol ear were especially selected for their ptfotni' im.
model just as they did prior to Mr economy, and Uttir ability to nand up under the grading firrnhunf last year. lust
the depression I I'However "t Uints road and tmtlwr coaditkn Up at aeve-'h,, and dress;l 'In. the four-year period, Chevrolet thrIn
prior to the depression I I 71* photograph above ibow a Chevrolet: scout CM halted en 1 anemia eat some breakfast, more or less has delivered more passenger I
she Boulder Dam end of the seed beside one cf UM 270 Use taw.
the average low priced car!I ) il Race through. breakfast, .go to cars than any other manufac- coolfit
wouldn last longer than an average -] school; hate do It, feel like turer, leading the entire Industry
I of about BO.000 miles. Today, 1'cars la term of the frequently disreputable I Truman G. Futch Called : foot Ito I'' In three out of the four year: r

I due to Infinitely better material ,' looking and unreliable Real Florida CrackerLake I Class all morning, back to
and engineering. 100,000 mile or contraptions which cluttered upI i! ; READ THE WANT ADS the
I used car Iota eight or ten sadly .
better I* not uncommon. I j yearsor I :: tiv.Mc
Assuming that the average more ago A* ..001II the Butler, Mar. 31 Citizens,,
new car buyer drive his car public generally realizes that the !here recall that Truman G. Futch i the
I f tremendous advancesmade now a candidate In group two for)
engineering
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19.000 mile a year and turns i iI in
In recent benefit the Florida Supreme Court, was born'
in i' r\ two years. it will have years FrLi
been driven 30000 miles when It I II used car buyers even more than I and raised her. Futch was born)! ,
the new car buyer that quickly : In 1891 in old Bradford County s
re chos the used car I Before 1 1 1 As
the depression I when It t'w 'tIn I will the used car jam be broken. 'now Union. His friends here are i Ice
i "Not only Is the modern used' planning reception for him when I
I "'1or<' than an average of 50,-1 1
o 11 miles, it had more than half car an inherently better buy than he visit his old homestead, and!I
Its normal life expectancy already' i formerly but In the present overstocked I when it i* time to vote they are I frcmf
market dealers for going to turn out in no uncertain
und up. and the man who bought the, .'
It "i a used car could only ex- most part have priced I It so low1to \numbers Senator Futch as he I I : sot
pe t about 20.000 mile of service I! break the Jam that I good used I I'I II la known to most of his friends, i fie
out <>f it.'Today's. 'I I 1 car of I recent model year represents wan mayor of Lake Butler at the' O&ft
100000.mil car un- i a money investment tompari i time he moved to Leesburg where I doMt
der identical conditions, deliver ,I able to desirable real estate at less he ha* engaged in the private heso
to the who buy It as a used, than it* real value, or to gilt- 'practice of law since retiring from I I
cat 70000 n.miles of unused transportation I edged stocks or bonds priced much I the state senate of which he was,
below par. ,president la 1933 lie 1* responsible ; ,
for 100 2500
much
Hence. the used car dollar today "As soon as the combined ef.| legislation the
which hat been of :
goes three and one-half time fort of the Industry and the national a life-saving ousp.
nature to the
public schools !
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as fir U It did before the depression press can get this fact across .
teacher, but drivers and
to the public generally, that quickly :the tate pupils of ,',
Further than that most car will the present jam be relieved .
draleta are now taking extraor- and the channel cleared for)1 UNDER THE NEW 1938 lei

dlnan' paint to recondition their I;'! easier used car tailing in the future WANT ADS PAYI Ile
used cars and put them In the ." I
NATIONAL HOUSING ACT
beat possible saleable condition I
before offering them to the public.

The result i* that not only doe Hereby Announce My toth
the modern used car have a built- I ,
in potential of several times the Candidacy for ReElection Ft' full Inforu,ui t >a inquire at the credit iffic*--eecond floorSEARSItOEBUCKAND .
mileage of the old used car but
II also look much better and is lint
In much better Immediate running .*
condition because! of the dealer hak..
CO.
'* work on It I CountyCommissioner 4t'' bra
Many people UU think of used I
De
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I weer MIAMIHARRY'S

NEWT G. BALL District No. 4 .\ 00b


NOTARY flBLJC (Subject. the Democratic prhe

J. ...'-'IA& F-AXSOV Prinurie to Be Reid la

. ; Fire Insurance and t May) WELDING SHOP anm

I Kindred Lines j I am asking the voters of District No. 4 for their MTVCITOX: FLA .

continued support on the grounds that I have Portable Electric a4 Acetylene Welding at CjlUder Block. 11,

J IS N.' KroM AT*. faithfully and conscientiously performed the CyHneer Rods, Aluminum Calling sod BaUrrs.AtwU hfof

duties of my office, and I pledge my best efforts ** Machine aeurtnr-e.lerlnw t* ,.n'n mala

and ability to give them an HONEST, EFFICIENT bearing pandas and aligned rw...., enuwcUng red purt>g

I I ECONOMICAL AND BUSINESSLIKE inn bettor and cylinder ........

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April 1. 1938 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pan Sewn

of Wyoming were visitor of Mr*. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cohemour cuse N. \', They ocoupitd lie
Clara Van Winkle Friday. Mr and aons, Jimmy and BIll) Ouy, Cottttr cottag on Eighth street 1(
Louise WhItehead and ion, Billy moved Thurtday from the Community this winter. f
In and Ground and Mr and Mrs. MUtoo> White- Chureh paraonafl* to the
bead and baby of Key Welt visit BlMtfi upartnwata In riemeetead.Mr Mr. tnd Mn. H. Derbyahlra,
ed Mn Van Winkle Tueeday. Mr*. Etflyn Carroll and Mn MSn- t,
I
Homestead *. D. a SmIMi who bee been I ota Wt (MioMd to Key WwtWedneaday. ..
John Kuhn, eldest ion of MIl.I a gueet at the home of Mr. and J
I Lamar Kendrick hai been aeriouily Mr*. J. H. StamoM thi* winter _
ill In Unlvenity hospital since left Monday for her home In Mr and Mrs. Phillip Natoli aod \
I .but Friday. HU condition I* reported Cbartaeton W. Va. : daughter left Monday for their
Clayton Lehman ion of Mr and ped in Miami on Iti way back to I to be slightly bettor today.Thelma home In Owgo, N Y. \

Mr LM H Lehman underwent I' New York after a trial trip which II III I :- J. H. WMtaker left Saturday for I
an operation for appendicitis at 1 Included stop at South and Central Radfd.ulbter of hi* home la Atlanta.Otta Joe ConaoU who farmed her
the Port Graduate hoaplUl ynter-i American port a* well a* 'Mr. and Mr*. O. C. Radford, 1* an this winter has returned to his '.
d.,. :>U. S. port*. appendectomy) patient at the Kendall : Swain toft Thursday for home in Foultcn, N. Y.

I i hospital I hi* MUM In Ty Ty. Oa., on receipt .'
Mr. and Mn. H. T. Holbrook Mn. Sybella Chandler Is entertaining of a telegram that I hi* wife wa Lout Ardulni and Ray Phelps
who earn here xveral month ago i coualn, Mia* Kay Wchner Corbett Smith ha recovered I ilL left Tueiday for Syracuse, N. Y !
and bought the Howard Johneon of Detroit who arrived Sundayfor from an attack of Influenza.Mr I -

boWIe on Tenth itreet ai a winter I a vliit of two weeks. Mr. ind Mr*. D. Beam.and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Royal and I
residence, will leave Saturday for I *. A. D. Sharpe and her I and Mre. W. Nolan who ipent the and daughter and Mitt Mildred ,
their home In Wlnnton-Salem, NAn Mill Either Done returned Tue.I .- nephew, Calvin Smith, arrived whiter here left Tue.daylor their Covant moved to Danla on Mon
C I' day from a vliit of Mveral day Monday from Fort Pierce to join I home* in Vale, N. C ,.. fT fTda
I'with friend In Miami and Miami Mr. Sharpe who ha been hen .

eight-pound daughter, Jine ,Beach. during the farming teawn. Mr. and Mn. Patrick DeAmbra Mr. and Mn. Albert Phillip* kftTueiday ,
Marie, wai born to Mr. and Mr.I I I and family left Monday for Syra for Danla. :
Otli Cowman at the Post Graduate Mr. and Mn. Adrian Jacob entertained Mr. and Mn. Henha Parker
hospital Mar. 31. I Wednesday and Thuri- and their two children who ipent I "
day Mr. Jacob'! aunts. Mn. Gene the winter In Goulds will leave for

O. B. Parker'i lister-ln-law,Tuttle, of Victoria, Texai, and their CuUman, Ala., home tomor I PONTIAC-BUICK DEALER'S :
Mrs. F. J. Parker of Saint Auguitlne Mr*. O. L. Hatch of East Palatka.Mr. row.

and her liter, Mn. T W j' -
Stoody of Buffalo, are VUItlng at I and Mr*. Archie McCready FLORIDA ciTY i USED CARS !

the Parker home. orxr to who ipent the teaaon here with Mr* W. W. (fetcrr, CmrMpondeot ,
leave the fIrit part week.I I Mr McCready'i parents. Mr. and :.. :.. .:.. : '
Another visitor at the Parker Mn. Jai. McCready, left for their I I The Rev. C. O. Nelson moved I 1936 Buick 41,J; door trg. Sedan; radio; original
home la Mri. J,C. Shelton of Ped-1 home In Plnconning Mich., Sun-! paint lookilrul like
t from the parsonage in Redland to I ; runs new. 1938 tag.
ernal. It. Mex, who arrived a day.

month ago for a three-month itay.Mr. i the Church Florida parsonage City Friday Community of last I 1936 Pontiac 8,4 door trg. Sedan; original paint;
and Mri. Shelton and Mr. Mr. and Mn. Valentine of
and Mn. Parker were frlendi when 'Miami and their Ralph ton, Dan, spent |I week, and extensive improvements: right new tires; runs and looks like new. 1938
made the buildIng. I
are now being on -
both families lived In MexIco Mn. Sunday at the home of Mr and tag.
Shelton apent most of thli winter 'Mn. H. H. Swing.(
,n California.Mn. 1935 Dodge Coupe; new seat covers; orginal
I W. B. Flowe--;: wa* ill icveral I Frank sno;will leave Friday paint; 4 new tires; radio. 1938 tag.

E. 3. Dyal and Mn. Tom I day* thli week. for hi* home In North Brinford
fault .returned Saturday from a Conn. He will be accompanied 1935 Ford Sedan; new paint; teat covers.A good
tenuity viiit In-Rocklnaham, N. : Mr. and Mri. Walter StelrTgraber [by Win. Blrdiey who- live in buy 1938 tag.
Cn where they wereguesti of Mr. an their cousin, Edward Markham ClintonviUe, Conn.
rid Mn. & A. Hallum at the Hal- 1935 Ford Tudor Sedan. Cheap. 1938 tag.
urn home and on teveral trlpi
through North and South Carolina. 1935 Chevrolet 4 door Sedan (Standard) ; new

Ca Charleiton they vliited the magAplla HearDave paint; mechanically good. A good looking
garden
car. 1938 tag.
f
Mil* Helen tlvWgitofi, worthy 1935 Ford Coupe; original paint; motor excel
"matron of Ad Aitra Chapter of
lent. 1938
-he O. E. S. and grand representative tag.
' of North Dakota, will leave
1934 Chevrolet long wheelbase dual-wheel cab
Monday to attend the aeulon of
he grind lodgejvhich will be held truck. Very cheap. 1938 tag.
n Jacksonville from Tuesday till ,
Friday. Her lister. Mill Either Sholtz 1937 Buick 67 four door Sedan ; radio; original

Livingston a pait matron of Ad paint; as clean as a new one. Very low mile
\itra, will leave for the grind age. 1938 tag.PRESTON .
ode on Tuesday.

Flfleld fWlllard \I I. recovering ALL FLOIUDACANDIDATE B. BIRD MOTOR CO.OPEV .

'rom a two-week Illneu. HU EMVGS TUX '..30S.
mother, Mri. S. H. Flfleld of Jack- Krome Opp. Tat Office Phone ItI
--onville visited Mr. and Mn. Fi-
1
field from Saturday until Thursday
and Mn. Fifield'i mother,
\ E. L. Hook, Sr, of Miami, vliited FOR THE
I IIra.
' them from Wednesday till
Saturday of last week.

UNITED STATES SENATE
Carl Van Winkle left Sunday for
the West where he will ipend the

summer, 8:00 April 2
Saturday Evening, ,

Mr. and Mn. W. R. Powell who
pent the cropping season here
left for their home in North Carolina I Legion Park, Homestead

Monday.Mr. .
\1-iU pulllk.1 tdvrrtUnrnnt)

and Mn. J.M. Holding re-I j
turned to Danla the tint of the,
veek. Mr. Holding cropped here I i iMi I
! winter. I :GIVEjCLAUDE :


Mr. Blanche BUhop and her PEPPER I
own a leaky roof,
Underwood you
'nother, Mn. Donnle ,
tad ai guest )In. Biihop'i aunt, A Full" term, In th. United Staf.a S.at. *e* us about replacing it with Carey Roofing .

!Hri. Fred Tremalne of Wllmlngon !HE HAS tARlSED lT .. or Shingles. Our line ii complete, go you can ,
: N. C. and Mn. Dollie.Turner
>l Wallace, N. C., who left Wed-; choose exactly (he right type for the purpoie.

Kiday after ten-day vlilt Not only can we give you the highest quality

.. here'l but you will pay no more for Carey material
Roy Albert Ball -
wn of Mr. and Mn. L .L Ball THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS than ordinary roofing will coit eliewhert. -

seen undergoing treatment for 1 will _f M your kmt tvtry day through Let ui bid on your roof need. ;
pneumonia at the Post Graduate I Iwpltal. THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR ,I
He hai been keep under
BROOKER LUMBER COMPANY
it ItimilHHfl Dtilf NnwtifiII
.in oxygen tent tince he was admitted -I rwv i.M rw tki mrlfl...... wuUMtln..tap.'file Mmll.. I
on Tuesday.MIM Mow **l n,l.M WMM n MnnUm MtlMr i iTht I
to.._ _01, 'I"" ._ _taroo 100 ... all Telephone 62 Homestead Flsu Z
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home Tuesday from the Kendall ChrMlu Kfcim PuMliklmi *MlM7On I
Mmi airaM. atoiua,MMMIUU***
*wpltal where the underwent an rtMM -lff mt MkMriattM M ne Chruuu .*- MMItar tat I
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Mr*. .Parker'a and' on Mr Monday nephew O. B.,and Parker M.Tuesday H. Poppell entertained -I :=?=: :;0: I

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MARRIAGE OF MISS CARRIE BELLE CAVES ':CLUB TO SPONSOR DANCEIN ODD FELLOWS AND REBEKAHS TO HONOR '1

I AND GEORGE BOW TO BE EVENT OF APRIL 19 I' Tomorrow COUNTRY night CLUB the SATURDAY Woman GRAND MASTER HUGH BEATTIE TUESDAY j I

Club of Homestead will sponsor -M
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a dance at the Homestead Coun- Homestead Odd Fellows anc I tie, presiding officer of the grand
Invitations have been issued for couples, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Johnston -
the wedding on April It of Miss and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Caves, try Club. Lloyd and His Boy. Rebekah are planning to give .lodge, Mrs. Beattl and Mrs Beat.
Carrie Belle Caves, daughter of attended Homestead High School a popular Miami orchestra, will banquet and program Tuesday I tie's mother, Mrs. Cora Belle Grin.I :
Mr. and Mrs. Albert R. Caves of and the University of Kentucky. furnish the music for the dancing, evening in honor of Grand Ma.terI.d I old, and brother, C. P. Grin y
which will begin at 10 o'clock. Mrs. Hugh B. Seattle who will old. Mi GrlnoM la' outside
this city, to George Gardner Bow, Mr. Bow, whose late father was
cleared from the dance
eon of Mrs. Lawrence Bow of Miami chief engineer of the Florida state Money return today from Gainesville : guardian of the grand encamp. 1
road department, to a grandson of will be used for civic work.A where Mr. Seattle ha been supervising _1 ment of the L O. O. F. of Florida,., .

The ceremony will be performed Mrs. Lily'Lawrence Bow, librarian business meeting of the club the repair of buildings of, which win meet there the follow. S
will be held on Tuesday Apr. 12.
the order'i home for
children and Ing day.
in St. John's Episcopal Churchof ot Homestead's municipal library.He I j
the attended Edison High School for aged members
Homestead at S p. m. by
Right Rev. John T. Wing, bishop and Miami High School and la New officers will be installed by Mr. Beattie In completing his BOX SUFFER IS GIVEN ;

of the South Florida diocese of now employed to the Miami post the Woman' Club of the Redlands official tour of the state visited 79 AT METHODIST CHURCH i
at Its meeting on Apr. 19.
the Episcopal Church. office. Odd Fellow lodge and 20 Re- The young people who took partIn
Miss Caves, granddaughter of They will make their home In bekah lodges, and was present al the recent revival at the Homestead .

two prominent pioneer Homestead Miami. Tide Calendar 40 joint meetings. Due to his ef- | Methodist Church enjoyed
'
---------- forte In reviving Interest In dying a box supper Friday evening at'
MISS! ANN ZALESKYTO fathers be selected from the parents Apr. i H. H. S. senior play. lodges the state report shows again I the church "I
WED IN MAY of pupils In the room or Apr. 2 Benefit dance for Wo for the flnt time In ten years.E. I Miss Antoinette Mayo and Miss ,

Miss Ann Zaiotky of Miami whK whether other Interested person man's Club of Homestead at Homettead S. Capllnger, general chair- Helen Field were in charge of the ;"

visiting her wide and aunt, Ml'. may be saloeitd. Country Club. man for the banquet. Is being assisted entertainment features.
and Mrs. C. W. Camp of last Bees The band will play several num Apr. 3 Meeting of Townsend by the Rev. C. Q. Nelson I After the games, the young mend
Brice Is to become the bride 01 bers. Club at Neva King Cooper Schoo; and E. Z. Thompson from the I. drew names for the boxes and thai

Howard Bredlow.of Boston on at 2:80.: O. O. F. lodge and Mrs. R. \V.Mulling :upper partners that went wiUt? '
May 17 DAD'S NIGHT PROGRAMTO : Apr. 4 Business meeting of Mrs. Capllnger and Mri. 'the boxes. Ice cream was furn-
The mirniKP will take place at BE GIVEN BY P.-T. A. Junior Woman's Club of Homestead Ralph Moon from the Rebekah. I IIhed'by the losing team in an at.| ,
the home of another uncle and Next FMay night I II Dad' Nigh In clubhouse. All local members of the two tendance contest and punch want '

lUll. of Miss Zataiky, Mr. and for the Homestead P.-T. A. I Apr. 4 Meeting of Garden orders with their families are In- II furnished by the winning team. i)
Mri. D. L. Minott of Coconu debate Is scheduled for the evgn- Club at home of Mr. Henry vited to attend.Announcement. Ed Sweet was captain of the de- \

Grove. Ing on "Resolved: that the present Ruegg. of the banquet feated team and Miss Nella Souls i;

day home Is as good a character Apr. 4 Womanless Wedding, a plans was made at the district Re- of the victorious team. ,'
builder the home of a generation Lions Club benefit, at Seminole present.MRS.
MARTIN BISHOP SURPRISED! as bekah Obligation Night program Thirty-seven were J
BY ANNIVERSARY DINNERA ago," and Mrs. W R. Bird'1 Theater. held Monday In Homestead. Surrounding I t:

chicken dinner was given fo pupil will present a minstrel Apr. Meeting of Homestead the noble grand, Mrs. BALL'S BIRTHDAY y
Martin Bishop as a birthday surprise show. B. P. W. C. In Chamber of Com- Ralph Moon all repeated with her : ANNIVERSARY OBSERVED "',

on his eighteenth annlversary A nominating committee com merce building at 8 o'clock. the obligations of the order. I I Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Ball celebrated :
+ posed of Mrs. E. J. Dyal C. Hag Apr. 5 Homestead P.-T. A
by his mother, Mrs. Blanch Sixteen members from Coconut: Mrs. Ball's birthday anniversary I
let Rice, Mrs. Howard Johnson,, executive committee meeting.
Bishop at her place of business, Grove were present as well u Sunday by entertaining at I
Webb and Mrs. T. J S I. O. O. F. and Rebekah
Mrs. Bevo Apr. -
the Coffee Shop. The centerpiece members from other districts and I dinner their son and daughter-in.
Faust will report, and the annual banquet for Grand Master Huh
cake. : '
was a birthday states. I law Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 7. Ball of
election win be held. BeatUa. .
The color scheme used was IJ'ftft.DeI
Several Miami.
white, the high school colon, Only the fathers will be counted: Apr S Business meeting ol members of the Homestead 1
lodge to' who called in honor of
are making plans Others
sod an members of the basketba] In the roll call.WINIFRED W. M. S. In Homestead Methodist< I
t attend the grand lodge which will the anniversary were: Mrs Geo.E. ;
Church at S o'clock.
team as well ai other friend wen DANZEY-: HAS I Apr. 6- Meeting of Legion Aux- open its session the evening of Reed, Mrs. Floy Camber, Mrs P
ptrsent. I Easter Sunday in Orlando Among W. B. Harden and daughter, Joan,
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8
Covers were laid for: Martin BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONWinifred iliary In Legion hall at p. m.Apr.
these members will be Mr Beat- and Clayton Camber
celebrated her 7 Meeting of Presby- s
Bishop Harvey Rue, Charles Lit Danzey :
tie, Pierre McDanlel. Jack Sulll f ninth birthday with a party at the terian Auxiliary.
van. Emory Deertng, Randolph home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Apr. 8 Homestead P.-T. A. ;

Cave, William McMichael, Roy; ;L. B. Danzey of 2T N. W. Third Dad' Night program.
Martin, Clinton Bishop, Anse' street Tuesday afternoon. Apr. 8 Hedlund P.-T. A. pro
taxatlveAciarex
Barrow, Lee Gerwlck Aubrey I Games were played, and Bobby gram. I II size Rexal
Cheshire and Jimmy McConnell. Nichols Dorothy Kinner and Betty Apr 11 Election meeting of full pint

Shauberger were the winners In a I Monday Muslo Club at home of I C ;

!MRS. CHARLES TOPPING I series of contests. Mrs. Frank Hausman. I -
Apr. 12 Meeting of Woman'sClub out
sad
Ire cake and candy were
cream telly
TO BE HOSTESS AT EGG IIt'NTAI I coostipaioa
of Homestead Rdie"ss I
a meeting of the Sacred Hear served. temulsion of Agar Agar
Society Wednesday at the club- I The guests Included: Marguerite Apr. 14, 15 "Rose of the P ur. PkosaMinrr.l Phenol htb.leta.flat .
house, arrangements were made Barnes Vivian Dolar Robs Net Danube," an operetta ut Redland I nil and bit of II

fur Mrs. Charles Topplno to be Proctor, Joy Peters, Connie Campbell School. IlinaralOil 754
hostess to children of the parish Shirley Dnnsey, Dorothy Kln Apr. 15 Homestead P-T A. size Duratgat I

nt an egg hunt on the church I ner Betty Shauberger, Dale Fault, roving picture show at 3 and 7:30. I
Apr. It Meeting of Woman'sClub
Donald Keeley, Arthur Brandenburg *
ground after mass on Easter Sunday peck
of the Redlands In clubhouse 36
DYRfTtgt
Buddy Danzey and Bobby
A communion breakfast will
be served to thane' who make Nichols gj vMR. stead Apr.Home 21 -Demonstration Meeting of Home Club. MlAd ASP! IN i !
reservation to FOSSMMT James Cloo-I -- "
nun, It was decided. AND MRS. BEVO: WEBBENTERTAIN' Home Apr. 21 Demonstration- Meeting of Club Redland In Skin Lotion' ? I

Members of the society votedto BRIDGE CLUBS 44 \.
Quick Mo.# 6,
church at t:39.
become members of the National I Mr. and Mrs. Bevo Webb entertained A. I 25 h..Ashwe.ftonomy t 1
Apr. 22 Homestead P.-T.
member of the Neillh-
Council of Catholic Women. MrsChas. \ .. the
Pope, Mrs Ferris Mtanerlj borhood Bridge Club and the moving picture show. Size 50t 144. sig. RexduKeep
Apr. 39 County home demonstration
Teachers Bridge Club at their home
and Mrs. Don E. Ferreyra reported "A ow De
yawAis
club day at Central
'that they would attend the Wednesday evening. The high smooth .iI this
School in Miami. POWONo
deanery meeting held at the LIttle score member prizes were won b> : <
Flower Church auditorium Thursday Mrs. Lee IL Lehman and Tom Apr. 29 Homestead P.-T. A. 5.i.l.1 teat. Doss 50,

afternoon in Coral Gable Faust, and the guest prize, by moving picture show. 'Re Lisa Resell Not Irritate, list
After the meeting the hostesses, Mrs. E. B. Blackburn. '

Mr: +. 3 Lyweh and Mrs. Chaa. Others playing were: Mr. and ff"k ofU.AAncs Exlre
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Pope served refreshments. Mrs. Julian H. Webster; Mr. and FAMILY TICKETSfor apedelCAchpg
Tooth Nste
Mrs Frank Webb Mr. and MM alarm
Homestead P.-T. A. Crock
REDLAND P.-T. A. TO ELECT Ceo N. WakefleM. Mr, and Mi* series of four T.:1: 254
OFFICERS ON APRIL I W. R. Bird, Mr Faust, Mr*. ...- _, i. Aaearata ilea a
Officers will be etocte by Red- beth Fuchs. Mrs. E. B. Blackfcum, Moving Picture Show """" __ leeper-.al.. 98J

land PT. A. a week from tonight Mia Emily Jones and Mr. Leh ""p ps.puy e', r
The nominating committee Is composed man.airs.. beginning Apr. H PACK 24 II'.* .... t, ,

of Mrs Lillian Johnson I only Fell Ii.. STAG
and Mr A. ),I. Logan was hostess ata 11.00 CHOCOLATE
Polk. Dr. Carl Hobmsort, '
Flora Vlhlen. meeting of the Young Matrons'Circle LAXATIVE It'us
of the W. M. S. Monday Single admission:
decide "
A vote will be taken to
1Iiae.JnmIe Lobdell ISc Children tOe i/twun.
seershoodboolift
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whether the school patrons prefer
that the room mothers and room led la the study period. N. '..... 3SJ
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.AC* 1M PURtlHTYeast pack to "

DR.M.A.BERGERDentist I I DR. B. E. GATLIN DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST I : Tblets'& Iron SAp Ta ij'iAP laatled


F and 'I ,.. Doubt
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General Dentistry Onto Sown I a. m. to i p. n* :::.0-75) Sarg It..... ,

'First National Bank Soudan 4 to IS ==.:.

Bwldin Office Usurer I a. as. to I ... m. 0htlU'lb"

S laad.ys ky aMotataratrhoaeai
Free Parking Space
THE DIXIE DRUG
Office noun 8:30-4:30 Office 8!. Re*. IM-R Il ITU K.T 'MTH ST MIAMI

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MRS. WILLIAM MUSSELWHITE SINGS P.-T. A. EXECUTIVE:

AT STATE MUSIC FEDERATION LUNCHEONMrs. COMMITTEE TO MEET

i The Homestead P.-T. A. execu-

L Social EventsWOMANLESS I tlte committee will hold Its Aprl!

William Musseiwhlte: of I PRESBYTERIAN MTN-S CLCB meeting Tuesday morning at 19 .

J the Monday Music Club of Homestead WILL MFG 1TOMGIIT o'clock m the clinic room.

won applause as soloist at
Mn. Carl Robinson and Mrs Room mothers are Invited to all
the luncheon of the Florida Federation I
WUIarrt Flfield will be hostesses executive committee meetlngi.
WEDDING TO BE PRESENTED of Music Clubs in the patioof
the Miami Biltmore to the members of the PresbyterianMen's Mrs. Harry St-ubrg took ,

I IN HOMESTEAD AS LIONS CLUB BENEFIT Her first number was WednllldlY'l Club at the Robinson home children to the dental elinlc m :

by Curran with a I on Redtond road this evening at Central School in Miami last Fri .

r. The womanless wedding pre- Turner, ushers. by Dr. H. S. Wolfe, and her second" .7 o'clock. day. 1it

t tented Wednesday night to a packed Among the others in the wedding I number was "The Answer." Mrs.

houie hi Hedland School for party are the bride's lftIantbra Julian H. Webster played the, ,

; the benefit of the atnletic department then, John B. Graham and I piano accompaniment for both '
NOT
I'I'numbera. ONE CENT SPENT ON THIS
I of the school will be present i Jack Turner, who crawl about in The association open-

ed Monday night In the Seminole spite of the efforts of their colored\ ed its twenty-first session Wed-

Theatre for the benefit of the I nurse, Walter Moody. I nesday morning | APEX IN FOUR YEARSMr. f

Lions Club. The amount clearedfor Charles Pratt in red tights doesan Mrs. Webster and her house i)

the athletic department Wed. acrobatic dance, Principal Carl[ guests, Dr. and Mn. Charles Sh"II -,

nesday night was $68.70. Wagner In green satin gives a I I don, attended a reception for "-!l Sid L. Kendrick,

The bridal party enters to the tap and ballet number, J. Q. Caldwell sociatlon members held Thursday l

strains! of "Tramp, Tramp, Tramp" In blue velvet acts the little afternoon at the home of Mr. and!II Manager, Pioneer Appliance Co.,

played by Dr. Carl Robinson. song bird, and D. R. Snyder in{ Mrs. 8. C. Murray In Miami. Mrs.t Apex Dealer, ;

'Flower girls, Walter Thompson andJ. white sings the classic "I'm a Lit. Murray was formerly a pupil ofl Homestead Fla.

P. Dye, In wee pink frocks, tle Prairie Flower". Dr. Sheldon who Is city pipe organ ,

scatter Spanish needle before the The Kitchen Cabinet orchestra list of Atlanta._ Dear Sir: .

bride. Dill Duhor and her father, directed by Mrs. Brown, and the As president' the Homestead Business ,
W. H. Owens. The bride wear Bazooka the O. E. S. TO HAVE
Sextet give opening and :
Professional Women's Club I take plea.
blonde locks, a fascinating lace PROGRAM TONIGHT ,
numbers such Instruments
on as
gown and high heeled slippers. Al I tubs washboards, graters and I| Mn. Sam Davis will present a sure in thanking you for your kindness in do-

Barger Is the bridegroom.Joe funnels. Mrs. Lee Is master of'I program at the meeting of Ad nating the use of one of your fine, large Apex l

Hlckson la matron of honor; I ceremonies end Miss Rebecca 'Astra Chapter of the O. B. S. tonight refrigerators during the Fruit Festival to our i

.BIn Rheney maid of honor; and ; Fisher, pianist. Others in theorchestra
club. The members will appreciate the courtesy
George Cooper and Tom Torbertare arc: Mrs G. W Drlggers: | Initiation will be held on Apr. I.

bridesmaids. W. I. risk, ring Mrs. L H. Greer, Mrs. Margaret IS, and the silver anniversary of I very much.

bearer, has great difficulty with Daniel, Mn. Eva Fletcher Mrs. : the chapter will be celebrated in I have owned an Apex for about four .

his ring, Its cushion and the wagonhe Wagner, Mrs. Mary Furry Mrs. May. ) I {
and it has always given satisfactory service
brings It in on I Scott, Mrs. Snyder Mrs. Pat years

Carl Hobson Is the rejected lover Bonds, Miss Ruth Murray, Miss |I The executive board )f the Wo-i ; in fact, not one cent has been expended 4

; II. H. Graham the bride's Myrtle Kerfoot, Miss Wauneta man's Club of the Redlands held i on it to date. "

mother; Curtis Lee, the groom's I Thompson Miss Lucille Drlggers, I la meeting Tuesday.enatalnlnv Flora D. Myers
mother; and Irving Lyon, Stanley Miss Margaret Delaney and Miss II ,

Wittkop, John Brown and Charles Vera Fletcher th Acres more or Ieea In President, Homestead B. P. \V. C.

I the County of Dade. State of riorlda. Homestead Fla. Mar. 12
The assessment of aald properly under, ;
LEGAL NOTICE ORDER!: roll .1'1I1.IATIO"IN the said eertlllcau Issued wan la the ..... ,
I THE CIRCUIT COl'RT. f.LIIVIINTR oil Hour Seatnea.UitUe. .1
The foregoing letter came to us unsolicited and Is used with
,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DADB: COUNTY said eertlflcat. .halt he oed.\
NOTirR TO CREDITORS FLORIDA. IN OHAWKRT. ed acres "* to law the" property .\ the permission et the writer, to whom we bow our thanks i
In Court of the County Judge, But ol case NO. HMt ed therein vlll he sold to the highest bid1d 1
ad Florida D.d. Count No. MM.in Gilbert D. Wright, Complainant) .*. .r at the Court heaei door ea the tints I
.. Estate of Chute H. Ely, De. Claudine Wrlikt, Defendant Monday In the month of May, Itl, which'
em" Suit for Divorce, Bill of Complaint la the sea day of May, 1UH. Apex 1938 RefrigeratorsThe
To .H Creditors Lentaer., DbtrlbuUM. It npwMrlnt br affidavit appmd to Dated thin. lath day of Marrh IMII .
and All Pereon. Marine Claim, or D.- the kill filed In the ....... stated ..- B. LKATHRRMAM,
_..do Anlnil Bald Estates that tho Defendant therein named to a CUrt of Circuit r....rt.Clmilt only balanced American line regularly dry retrlge.
You and curb a' fm are kereer emitted non-N.ldM of the SUM *f Florida, and Dean eo..ntJr Florida ration air conditioned refrigeration and two-tone refrigeration
and required to p mans any .Inim* and d.- the addraM and place of naUoMM of aalddrfmdant Court Seal with UM cold storage compartment We have terms:
..ndn whkk roe or either. of yon nee I is uknown. that then' By N. C. BTEBSJETT, D. C. '
have against the eitato of Char... H. Ely hi no porous In the state of' (III... 84 ; Apr. 1. .. II) to fit your pocketbook. Call for a demonstration.
late of rarralmton, Oakland Conntr, Mien. Florida the amvle of subpoena I
Inn, I* tho county Judge of Dada Coun noon whom would I kind such Defendant --
ty. Florida. at hie of'_ and that ah* la ores tho ... of Iwmtr BEAUTIFUL HAND MADE
BOOM at Miami ......... withintwelve on. _... It .to therefore ordered that APPLIANCE
PIONEER CO.
month. from the Slow of tho tint ue.Ikatkm said ....._....... Defendant k. and >h.k VIOLINS
of thin. natters mid claim or de.aunde hereby required to appose to the Bill with a torn emHiii aid Who I
to k* .worn to and preunted eeroneaU. of Complaint mod In said .._ on or bas kllne. Export repair work ..
or mama . BeaChapter fore 11_. the out dar of April A. D I violated Inttnmenla- Vial,... S. L. KENDRICK. Mgr.
11M4 Law of IIIState of Floridafor KM at.......* the allnratlom of said lr>...... I
nor KIT. ,,10111 will k* taken M Mnfwarf kr sold .. I. O. O. F. Building Phone 45 i
Date February ink A. D. IMS. Defendant BAM I. DAVIS
CARL R. ELY" I U I. further ordered that thin order hopublished 'V ml. B. Redland) High ....... i iI
Al Analllinr Administrator of the Estate ones a wnk for t comments" -- -
of Charles H. EI,. Deeraeed.rk. I, _k. In Th Lead.r'EnterprU. a ..-I !
( tli: M>r. 4, 11. II. ISl Apr. 1, t, II. paper published In Hid County and Bute.I .
It. U18.) I Thl. March S. Kit.
I E. B. I.EATHERMAN.:
1 Clark of Circuit Coart.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
(Circuit Court Seal)
DEED I nr M. SWIFT. Deputy Clerk ML' '
Notice U hereby ru given inn that John I. and B. C. DAVIS !
Alblu A. Mtiw.il. holder. al awiineeof Sulliltor for Plaintiff. CAN'T
YOU
MEN BEAT
..
City of Hlaleah Tax Certificate Num. (II. 4. U. tl II : Apr I. IM"

hoed IT. dated the 4th day of July A. D. ,
IHJ, haw filed said Certificate In mr NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR TAX
office and have mad application for tan PEED
dead to tin thereon In noowdanM with PIle N. ..tlltx. '
law. Said Certificate __ the following ..... to hereby den that SJU-wart bad !
described property. situated In Eleanor Jensen, holders. H aulinw ..f THIS VALUE IN
Dodo County Florid, to-wlti City of Hlalnh Tax CwtlflMt Num.Uinl s..
Lot S, Block SO Hialeah Original Town- I It, dated the alit dar ol I...... A. D.
site. In the City of Klaloah, County of P32. have filed cold Carmle.too In mrofflr
D.de. Slate of Florida. .. and how made application for fax
Th assessment of Mid property under deed to ..... thereon In _....._ with
the Hid rertlflrat. toned wa Ik the l.w. Bald Certificate ...b.... the followlnp .
11._ nl Unknown. Unla.s" Mid Cortiflmato !. ; dmrrltod property, situated In Dade RAZOR BLADES t.
shall be anda.W aesprdlna t. I.w. County, Florida to-wit I
tux died will know thereon oa the tth day Luc II. block Sii. Hlnlrah Ordinal I
of April. A. D. I.... ,(I Town.lt In the City of Ria..*.... Count
Dated tide and ear of March. A. D. IMI.R of Dade. SUM of Florida
B. LK/U HERMAN. I I I. Tho aMOMnwnt of paid property under I
Clerk of Omit Court. I ..* Hid Certificate leaned wu In the
Dad. Countr. ..1..1.... 1! nom of Unknown Unless **I4 I pI: '
Circuit Court Saul.By ..to shall b* ndr.m..| accordion c''ln"J'
N. C. STERRETT D.C. ,,, tax dead will b>ue thereon on the t
(Mar 4, II. ID. II. A.... 1) of April. A. D. Itm
I I: Dated into Ind dar of Mnnh. A. D. mil "
K. B. LEATHCRMAN, fit ae
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
Clark of Circuit Court,
Cheater I TUT-Art.DEED of last Fib AW1 Dad. Coo..t" .1..Ida. 1'e09, 1
Circuit Court Sral.Br 1. 1
Notice .to Mob des that C. R. LM
N. C. ITKRRCTT, .
D CHar.
holder nf State and County Tax Oertlf- '
of ( d. 11. K. U Apr III i
hate Mo. T14 baited the 1M day
August A. D. 1MJ. ban tiled aam In n.rofflM. T.ay.T JI
and .... mad application for NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX JII
tea deed to be loosed tamoa. Said DEED
eertlflraM rmhracwi the following oVerruVd Chapter IT4IT-AM* of ..... File AIMtNotice pA fpa
property la the County ft Dada, Suite .to Jwnkr .Iwo that Ray L aA/p r
,of Florida, howl: i it BJnrkman. ........ of Mate and Comfy tax
<.+ of HKH of SWtt O.*> N. to I Certificate N* .... Issued the lad dar
ft and K 10 tee of I 4 of NEH of of aWptemher, A. D. I.... ban filed. some
BWfc _Ie. M. Tewaealp IT South I IRan In mr offln, and has mad appHratlon, for
**' Ka>t. !In use Coaaor of Bade, I I a tax deed W no taaned thereon. Saul :
State :Florida.Th. Certificate *mhraoi the following dmrw.ed s
assessment of said preeerty under property. I* the County *f Dada, SUM e Here'i real shaving comfort at a rock bottom low price 44' a t I :
the MM omlrkata booed was .. the urn 01 r.......... b.wt ;sSl iD
of I U.k..... I IPakM I : BEH: tWtlon t, Why gamble oa unknown blade when you can get C
I mid constitute hall k* re.1iiinuil .owaahIp54E mouth, Rana. IS Eaet. world'famousProb Jr.Blades at 4 for only 10 ?The esmoothshaving aye '
aacordlnc I* law. the property
I _....... Ihenla will k* old a* UM h.... double-edge blades are made by the ; e
bidder at the Court Move door a* g P
I = tint Header Is the ejiMe of Mar.IMS ilL B. r. world's largest blade maker, automatically ground Q'

which U the and day of ..". .N" honed nd stropped by a special process. For quality r a
.. STEBBINSBefistend 1
Dated this UM dar of Marrk. 0508. I IB. i
LEATHER MAN, Optometrist with economy, buy a package of ProbsJt Jr. todayr all 4c ayF
.
Clerk of Cbe.lt. Court.
Dade Conutr, Florida UTCIRS' Q +
Circuit Curt Boil
Br N. C. STEKRETT D. C. Practice In HonwiUid

IHar. IS Ml Apr. 1. It Rooms ( and ? 1 r '

McCrory Arcade 1A

Dr. Leonard W. Haskln Hours 1

.....'''in' In In .......,.... Thursday 7'30 to to p. IlLnl'l
ri'tlnt ind moonstone *f
.% OFFICE:
GLASSESIII IUS W Flatter Miami) Fla.

K K I.tout Its PkOM SIIMCosiPtFTriT Phones: 1-lnS-lU A IT
Am cn'fMTIO&DCON'VEJlIUT
TERMS j i I Dr. r.. W. Stebblos. Associate i!



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: Pare Ten LEADER ENTKRPTMPF Friday April 1, 1938

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.......-.."'" .-- .-" -- -- r. S. C. ,t. OBSERVES EASTERTallahassee
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March 31 Classej

!will be dismissed at U:30 a. m.,
I SCHOOL NEWS

I The Churches-I IHOMESTEAD 1 College.Thursday Easter vacation, AprD The 14 at spring, for Florida a five-day holidayswill State



I -.......-...----..........._. __...._..nm..mmmmm.............___ ". ....._.__..________ t continue until 8:30: a m..

BAPTIST CHURCH METHODIST EPISCOPAL I The senior play, >I Shy", i I Nelle Keitt; and councilman, Tuesday, April 19.

1 I will be given In the Neva King ell Alexander. New
HomesteadThe Rev C. N. Florida City Community Church I tCw"1 Not During the Summers
I I Cooper auditorium Friday night, also have been appointed.
Walker, paitor. Sunday school al the C. Nelson' paitor. Landlord: "But does the chimney
ChR'h'i I I I April I. it 8 p. m. The admission
at 10 a. n. preaching
10 a. m. Preaching 11 a. Mand !I ; will be ten and twenty-five Mn. Thurman's class n always smoke like this"

7:30: p. m.; B.Y...". it Inl: at 7:30: p. m. Midweek prayers cents. ing several new library books and Servant: "Oh no; only when

p. m. Prayer service Wednesdajt and Bible itudy Wednesday at!I some new rust proof scissor there la a fire In the grate

7:30: p.mApr. 7-30 Wlngham (Ont.) Advance Time.
Two new pupils enrolled in the I
S Moraine: Dr. A. I Redland Community Church high school this week are: Calvin Mill Jackson's clan was lorry

M. Vivien will be guest speaker the Rev. C. O. Nelson, Smith, eighth grade; and Winfred to lose Orace Elaldet, who has A young clergyman on a recent

The Lord's Supper win be J Church school at 10; pre. Mid-I Owen, twelfth grade. gone to Massachusetts. TVs class occasion discovered after reachIng -

burrvrd. AU member ire U. Epworth League at 6.3H.: ) has planted the lawn In the sand, the pulpit, that he had forgotten

lined to be pmtnt. Even. week prayers and Bible box in which It li making a Dutch' his notei By way of apologyto

Ini sermon on "What Shall Thursday at 7:30.METHODIST I Those withdrawing from school village. the congregation he said: "I
I Katherine
this week Included
W* Do When Our Faith Fails?" SOUTH EPISCOPAL, I Graves, Helen Murphy and Lena! regret to say I have forgotten to '

Apr. 1 Prayer meeting and Carmella Tabone. McCraw Child Is BuriedOn bring my sermon note along, 10

subject: "The Bible, the Wordof I I Homestead-the Rev. J. J. Rich of Birth I will have to depend upon the
Anniversary Lord. But this evening I shall
.
God" ,ards pastor. Sunday school at 9:43a. : !
: The senior girls are invited toa i ---- come better prepared.Ex.Spaghetti .
m. preaching at 11 a. m. and 8
CeHlda-The Hv. Noah Peterson ; tea to be given at the University I Raymond Fred McCraw, only

paitor. Sunday school at 10( I I p. m. Junior League at 2:30: p. m.; of Miami next Wednesday.The !I child ot Mr. and Mn. Fred Mc- "
HI League at 6.00: m. Senior
p. ;
.. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and i Craw of S. W. First street, Will '

7.30: p. m.; B. Y. i7 U. at 6:30 p. mPrayer -: : ; I Junior ;enjoyed a pic.
service : p. m. Wed- ', 7:30.: Prayer meeting at 7:30: p. nic at Matheson'l hammock yesterday day, the fourth anniversary of his

1ItIIdQ' afternoon. {birth. 40c
m. Wednesday. I -
CATHOLIC 'I i iI I | The boy died from diphtheria

Silver Palm Community. Church I The) teachers who attended the(I Saturday after an illness of two '!

Church: of the Sacred Ilesrt8. i I [annual state teachers meeting In (weeks, the last five days of which
the Rev. T. H. Norton pa>>tor. I II We .
Homestead I serve home-made
Memorial
E. Second avenue ; 'Tampa last week-end Include: were spent in Jackson

the Rev. James Cloonjn Plltor.j I Sunday school every services Sunday at fintjthird 10 Mr. Dleler, Mn. Wynn, Mr*. Oal- i hospital. I Italian bread Bakery
preaching on
Sunday man at t a. m.; ) a. m; Isher, Mr Mrs. Scott,
11 I II !l Maynard j The Rev. C. N. Walker preachedthe
and fifth Sundays at a. in
man at 7:49 dally. Sunday school ,I Mr. Wakefleld, and Mr.: Itehl funeral sermon and the Turner connection; Joe Pa. \

Sunday following o'clock mau. ,! in.and8P.m 1 1i l I I winkle. There were 6104 teachers i Funeral Home was in charge of lazzola, prop. .

Communion for women the fll'lOll i Princeton-The Rev. T. H. Nor- who registered for the con- arrangement I I
Sunday of month, for men and i
I' ton pastor; preaching at 9:45: a. vention. I
boys, the second Sunday of month. ,''m., followed by Sunday school I ,
: Holy. hour Thursday before first'.I Roosevelt City in Miss Roy ,Hollywood Rotes Plan i; PALERMO'S'

Friday of month at 7:45: p. m. Mast i METHODIST. FREE I Pan-American Program
officers ]I
I ',class has had an election of SPAGHETTI HOUSE !
first Friday at 7:30: a, m. Benediction I I
Florida 'It-Th. Rev. Thou B.
I with results al follows: mayor.I ----
of the Bleated Sacramentafter :: 'I
Sheldon, paitor Sunda school Jolyne Mock; secretary Johnny Hollywood Mar. 31 The HoiIvwood Clinton Garage Bldg. .
I i
mass.CHRISTIAN
I 110 a. m.: preaching 11 a. m. and Rotary Club will stage u Florida

SCIENCE CHURCH 8 p. m.; Junior meeting 6.30 p. m.; Pan-American dinner pad pro- ; City ,i ii

i Young Peoples' meeting 7:18. GAMBLINGContinued I I cram on Tuesday, Apr. 12*; at 7:30,
f Florida City-Broadway and Prayer and class meeting 7:30:
P. m at the Hollywood Beach i
Sixth street Sunday school at I "' i 1
II Thursday. ( From i Page One) I Hotel. The program Is being ar- '
9:43 a. m. for pupils under Jfl yean' who Gordon denied for Ih. nest '
spoke Robert
of age; morning service at 111 PENTECOSTAL Just ranged by Dr. McNlchol I SEND $1.
o'clock. Wednesday evening services Goulds-Sunday school at 9:43: ; his work in Tallahassee was to head of the Latin-Amerifin department Month <>r 1

which Include testimonial I preaching 11 a. m. and 7.30: p. m. !the whole seseslon by the Democratsave of the University of';
the slot machines."I (Miami, and David Esesaer a student -;, THEATLANTIC '
of healing and e perieneei and remarks
HOMESTEAD PRESBYTERIAN I knew they would go out" he -
of that department. The par-
on Christian Science t
m. The public la cordially invited p. Homestead-K.rome avenue at I said. "I was In Tallahassee to '1 iripants in the program will be:i MONTHLYJAUE

to attend. j N. 16th street; the Rev. E. L. Net-1,sea if there was anything we could University of Miami students who
'
i ton, minister. Bible school at substitute for the slot machine are natives I of the various Pan- j

Apr 3 CMon-eerinon :1 10 n. m; preaching at 11 a. m I Busing his campaign openly ono Am-noan" countries.. The club \ !: the molt of four rmdlnvhi

toplr: "t'wreality." Young peoples' meeting at 7 p. m., platform of legili/cd gamblln ,\\,,il p'.,,, hr ,t to representativesof lira. En'oy the wit, the wi dom,
,
voting toit th. rompinlunohip, the .h.... Ihuthnvf
for any community conninIn! the Pan-American
uriimt'ALIST TkMPLE OF I made the ATLANTIC, fur
CHURCH OF CHRIST raverwenty.flve
t TRUTH In a local! option provision he would Union. ? ...... Anwric m-t t

lIomt'tllel4l-rlrAt menu an<' Homestead-branch ot Miami offer If elected, Gordon dwelt on All Rot rlan., Rotary Anns, evil quolrd Hud nit''t ch.rl.hcd. ",..nli',.'

N. W. Fifth 8t Bible study at 10 ;'Spiritualist Temple of Truth In the evils of illegal I gambling. Holt I their friends are welcome.
I
a. m.: communion, fellowship and Woman's Club, 410 N. W. Eighth replied that gambling continue, whether I Send 11. \Uitttlutilni this id II IW i

preaching at 11 a. m.; preaching at avenue. Men's Bible clan and I I'I legal or illegal;would to Holt catccoricaily; refuted

':00 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday 'I prf.rte's lyceum at 7:13 helve Its evils.
v-vunff P'I "Are we to legalize murder, One of Gordon's statements was I rile Ali.alis Monthly I Arlington St.BHIOH .
7:00
at : m. '
p. m.; healing by Dr. J. Carl Hobaou '
rape and robbery Just because the that Holt's only bills passed by the
CHURCH OF GOD at 7:3"7:43: ; Jfcture and menage at I laws against these things are violated legislature were In the interests of

t ?" he asked. the town of North Miami where
Homt'tlte.doe N. W. Tint
,i To Gordon's argument that Holt resldee. Accusing Gordon with I
avenue, the Rev. and Mrs. E. F. CARD OF THANKSWe
utter disregard for facts Holt said
of would add
licensing gambling
Brown, paitors. Sunday school at wish ,}\0 thank our many show i
the record would
legislative
much needed revenue to the state
11:45: a. (n.: preaching at 11 a. In. friends and relatives for their ,i
of the slot that of 119 bills Introduced by ,
Holt cited result
machine -
and 7:30 p. m.; junior Y. P. at 6.43: sympathy and for the beautiful
I I licensing I -wjjen thousands him 31 were passed by the 1e,1a-1 I
floral gifts received when lost I
p. m. Prayer meeting, 7:30 p. m.Wedneida.v we I lature. I 11)) II f
our beloved son Raymond. of machines were operated without
licensei. One of these bills passed he laid .I
I .Mr. and Mrs. Fred McCraw. I '1:
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE I "Advocates of the slot machine doubled the appropriation for the i I We' give

I CARD OF THANKSWe I law told the legislature that the Subtropical Experiment' Station,
Hemt'tlt.aclThe Se.. W. J.
minimum revenue from the slot at Homestead.The the
Parker, school wish to deeply express our genuine
paitor. Sunday at I'
and
machines would be $3,000,000
I 43 at .I appreciation to our friends, neighbors -; debate was on the Improve-
: a. m. preaching a. EUGENE
i and 7.30:; p. m.; N. Y. P..Us. : and the colored help that sogenerously they expected It to" go to 110,000- ment Association's progf nai a'II Permanent
said Holt "In
Junior meeting at 6.30: p. m. assisted in removingthe 000 or $19,000,000 non-partisan attempt of the pres- Soft selling/ .sve._slMtd-
1933 the slot machines paid In to
household from dent George L. Swan. to present,
Prayer meeting Wednesday ..ven- goods our
amte taxing smutsdhat's the
I the state $282,264; in 1937, to
home during the time It up both aides of various issues comIng -
Ing 7:30 m. was on kind. el
p. It i permanent you......
1 In 800000.
Oct. they paid
I fire Wednesday. Had It not been before voters In the present I Aid shoes he kind
Princeton the Rev. C. A. Con for their kind services at this timeevery would be the same with any other campaign. I For we gfv*
don school at 9 43 I form of gambling. In Englandin e do genuine tueiw
paitor. Sunday : ; household article would have I
Prior to the debate Mr. Swan
preaching at 10:43 a. m. and 7.30 I been 1926 bookmaking had gotten so i wa.rg. with gMiiine Eu|.mSathtii.
destroyed, the house
as
was told the association: of efforts made *
lei
Junior meeting 6:30 ot hand that they began licensing M 4mt yourhtlr
m.
p. ; young completely burned.MRS. lout
j to have cash In the building I fundreturned far
fin .
with
people's meeting at 6:30. Prayer bookmaken. The bookmakers season a.
CLARA VIHLEN. I IMa. : to those who paid It, In I Mil undulations
and Income
Wednesday at 7.30 flagrantly failed to their
tinseling Po II\ 10 pay
AND MRS. W. Q SAY- order to wipe the slate clean and I
'
g seek awls
licenses that the law wu repealed.The IBush's
EPISCOPAL ERS AND FAMILY. i I start afresh Checks drawn have
I II history of the world shows I
been refused payment by the bank
i Si. J.h..s E. Second avenue that the country that tries to subsist I Barber Shop
Rev. Ceo. Moore to Begin' to both the Improvement Association ,
will fall. Witness ,
on gambling
I aid Fourth street Homestead;I Goulds and to W. W. Johnston, form!,
Thoa. M. Melrose priest in charge.Pawlon Revival Monday Spain. I er president of the association, on' & Beauty Parlor
: In his rebuttal Gordon laid the
the ground that the fund was deposited
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Sunday 7:3 and
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t l 1---1 slot machine paid over I million '
Mst L3Ue
under the name of Red- Brewn. Operator
II, Holy' Eucharist: >:3*. dollars to the state In 193J and

F church school 1.30: Team meeting in the Goulds Baptist another million to the cities and ,land Community Building Fund

: Peeple'a Service Leaf M.Wediwriay ,I!Church on Apr. 4. Morning sere counties. In 1937 he declared 'and no signatures wen authorizedat I
the time.
7:3: Holy I Ices will begin at 9:30, and evenIng the slot brought more than two "TROPICAL.MDNKEYJUNGLE.

Eswharlati I, meditation. services, at 8 o'clock. i million dollars to the atato- and Mr. Swan told of plans for a

Friday 7:3 p. m. It"" Come hear and be fUled with $1.300,000 to the cities and coun- 'community building and athletic

the old time. gospel preaching invites ties. He attacked Holt'a record field and a recreational park for
EVANGELICAL CHURCHIt the lack of record" in the legislature tourists. which the board of director ONLY
I I pallor, the Rev. Noah -or
Joha's-Redland, the Rev. Peterson. J 1 and made allegations whichTurner's I I desires to carry out. The MONKEY
board will meet with Commissioners JUNGLE
Norman C. Zulauf, minister. Ser- .
.*vlf** each second and fourth Sun- I!I. J. D. Redd and J. Lamar Pax- IN THE U.s.
Italian American ton to discus way and mean ofdeveloping

emits t purl. I II Restaurant Funeral Home [ the asiocition'i It Mo Il.rid.b Mwhaea.agto

: I tt-IIR AMBULANCE SEKHCELa4y acre tract In Redlnd into such a errs.. w."
Italian Spaghetti DinnersJOE on fir" read s.aa .r
Attendant park and community center. set..., on M1am4was.
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Friday, April 1, 1938 THE LEA DER ENTERPRISE Patre E1#\'f''' /t


w. with oil luhMqueM. omitted. or .levIn ...
LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES
(hoar th* year 1HT. held y '
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NOTICE Or SALE or VAX MUM 'I!1 MM* 1IH to 1.M, both, .Mn>).*% -'I' W1,01rWA. ark r..... y CLASSIFIED ADS :
a to 'I 1M I"_, eyMHb I
I'I'CAnl l'r' taw 4} 4*. N t4. ... M and 1'1. .... .r Mhos ,, i l i !
Applketlw take 047Nntie. 1'tan 6. TowiHhlp I*. Rang 441, containing aw* the .t BaM. stow
.. 10"IP airs that PeirrlaoOnWt till 4rM mom Ml_. Th bum to .f n rlda. hawk HATE: First Insertion 104 a line subsequent Insertions j,
Und Company bap IIM. with ... k* told 'N evidenced by UrtlflMt Mo jIof NWH of BWi,. Sectlun Ilo
Wittee resuest that tho': tut d.rllfarctt I 1117 01 IMI Mid rprwiiU. U.. for the ,. It, Raoa IH, .ronlalnlm $1 a line
tonthn who oil ..heeowmt omitted *r scan lost to MM, both !iMllvIv. *moimtInff I erB More or less, The UNM to b* told
leaned taM tnoudlnt the -. l9'". .. to Mil It are WHtonoMI kr crtlflnu No. Mil ol 4
hi the state b* advnthofMd old to .1"1 i Lot 14, Boo 6 of Openly Road and Lot.i UgVand ratmtaU toots for the ream I FOR RENT leal fruits. Will sell part G 1..
highest bidder for took n* BnreloVd II. 10 U and 41. section I, TowMhlp 14, Wt IB. Illl hath Inclusive. amountlpi toTSt II' .
Captor HIM of IMI AM. of theLeekktun Range 10. onUlnkM Mil tone nor I de Free. Box 84 Naranja
upon t-following anerlbedreal I or HM. Tht- ul to b* MM. *r* rrldrnord 4 Rlk. I PlMhunt Th4... to FOR RENT Furnished apt. (pm I8ID)
estate In the County ol Dodd. SUM br OMIflrat* No lilt of INN k* old are tvklMiorf kr ontfrlkal Me.
of florid. to-wit I'and rp_om Samoa for toe irwra IH1 IMI of IM4 and rpratnto tares for the I downtown. Summer rate till
tirn' of HUH, hoi S. A. 1.. .,. Nol' Ins 110III1""' ..,... amounting. to HIT. pain age In lOSt. both Inolutrra, s.mwottar Sept. 1. See Henry Behrena FOR SALE Tropical pl.ntclt-
of NW of N9% 8% of NWof NW%, :; I ti MIM
Ben. W. Morris (mlStf) rus trees anti fruit In
Bntlo 7 Towaahlp I Lot Said toi certificates toathr with tiluhmmat or tropical
BW14, ofNKH of NWM t, I. I. nd that port of Lot I/
a.. ....* 4.. wnlalnlne 114 nmn lying No. *f OMMtV Itoad. B Uo. ..' toped or levied tuaa will b* season. Jungle Grove Redland j
more *r MM. Th* tames to h. cold ... Township 14. ...... 40. containing M old to the highest kidder M the Court FURNISHED APARTMENT C. road and
Menoed by Certificate No. 417* ef ItMj acres mom or..... Th tares to h* mid Names la Mteml en the llh dar ., April. Plummer drive.
j R 104 N E. 2nd Ave.
and represents taxes for, the yMra 1011'W .r, mettlesome br Certificate No Illl of IM. beginning at UM boor of Tt o'cloek Bluer, tl
I IMI both lnolu.lv. ._..u.. to 1911 and "P"** ." team for the ITMT A. M, or aa ..... UMnaftr aa the. tarn (m4U FOR 8AIJC: -1'38 Pentium teur-
tilt.II. I IMI to 1911. both lwlu.lv*. amounting mar k* ranched la do* (ourta.Dated r
No.% af NW14 ivf SKU ot tAt IIU'. I. at Miami Florida this UM 11 door sedan brand new Mint a
of MIU BH of NE'U:1'a: < NRl4,1 I Lot 17 II to 41. M to It. It t* Tl. Part dar of March. I9W. FOR SALE job new Urea, mechanically !
Section I. Townihlp l 5 Ran,, 40, san. I of Lou II. II M Mid II lying al'l: of I K. .. LBATHERMAN: : -
lalnlnv U am mort *r IM*. The tale '1 County lined. that part or Lou 41 And 44 I Clark *f Circuit C"rt. perfect $5IS. Terms. John L.carboro.h. .
W b* odd ar Uned by Certificate No. '' .,1.. N W'tp *f r C C. It,.. Setting I. I Cod eo...... Florida FOR SALE Boat and outboard Phene II. 4 pm4)
.171 of IMI and represents taxes for UM Township 14 Smart 40. enUlln IW Circuit Court Best twin motor. Apply Dr. Vercot,
ytan IMI to IMI, both hvchnlv.' amount i sores ior* or HM. Th taM to b* old by 'NO FENNO, D a
laato $84 It '' .r* .>...004 br OrtlfksM No lilt of !1Published Mar U. il Apr 1. Ills> Florida City (pm25-al) FOR SALE Bright Valencia

Nato! of NEIL: of MWK' >*loa I. T..... I lost end .ep..o taxes for UM Foam oranges, grapefruit and Juice at
kip II. Ran*. 40. Mntalalnf M amaor. |1 i IMI to INS both Includes. Hoiiillnl to NOTICE Or APPLICATION FOR TAX $500 House and lot no Improve.
or..... Th. taxes te be add are .11.11.. DKCD stand South Krome Ave and
tldeno.1 by Corlll..... No. 4I7S of lob Lot 14 trim IX:'If of Count load Boa i Chapter' 1744,7-Art. aT IM menti Third 51., Homestead FrulU
and represents taxes for the .*... test ,: thw I. Townhl II, users 4o. nntolnlnf' File A IMTNotk $1500 House and lot Home has
t* 101. both Ineltnl, amounting to |9I.IINWH .11 urn MON or Th* tam to b* b korebr 4o.. thai Pnatoa H.I grown by H L. Cook. (fl>a28)
of :W L Ry, Seo.| cold are rvlo iMMd by Certificate No. 1411(7 Le*. bolder ot auto and County Tax Certlrteato 5 rooms, oak floors, fireplace.
lion S. '' p'4n'A.: 4 IT.41 .... mora or"'" The tom to'b '11911' to loot both Inol,.lv. amounting M July A. D. Oil haa filed. memo la .r ,
paid are evidenced br Certificate No. ...... I omen., and has mad appllraUoll for n reason for the low price. AU SOc bu. Valencia ornge 25c
4171 of lost and represents <*>M for tire Said tax motif Orates Insatiate with .11 tam od U to .loaned tIwo..... sold Certkflcato I Improvements pk. Mr*. Eva Collins, Modcllo
..... IMI to lull. bulk Inclusive, amount. subsequent omitted or lovfed team will k* i embracer the following dMorlbedpnwrti
Air to 1114.II. old to the likeliest bidder .t the Court In the County of Dade. Slat of { $2500 _room home Ham 3 bedrooms -
No.i{, of NEli of NEH' F.% of gr'4 of Nose In Miami GO the IKth dix of April i Florida, to-wlt: I fireplace, bath and all EXCELLENT after shaving lotion t
NWi/4 of NRli. B'.j of SwCj of NE14: ,' less. bmilnnln .t the hour of Un .'. ... I W'4 of KVt ..f 8EH of IWU hi eollon for men. Hand and face lotion
'MW' % of BW% of NEVi Bortlun IB, Town A. H. or u woo thra>fl..r M the tome 14. Townihlp II .....th. Ram M gets Improvements.' T1J caAstruetion: for k
ladle Make It for
.Kip it, Rann 40. oontalnlnrr 61 aces moo he reached In due eoim. ."ni.inins Iii Armes more "r 1 lees In the has 2-car tile garise. This Is low yourself
I mar or..... Th. UIM to be told' ar* Doted .t H....... Florida thli the myth Guns wi D..... State 01 Markle.. a few cents per pint. Matel'I.'I l tall
.**......*.. by Certificate No. 4fO. ..f 19.laid day ..f M.rch ItM The aiaoumrnt ,rf laid property under price. I
repnMBta .._ for the rein IMIta B B. LBATHFRMAN: I! the MId rrrtlfleato Issued waa. In the ITBO About 7 Series !glade 3 drug stores Complete 111-
lout, both ""' ''''v1' anuwnthit toM Jerk Circuit Co,,,,. mm aft J..." J. Mtnh.ll structton, Ilk coin and n '.x10
$141.11.BW04. I lute County KlorM.. I Unl... maid certificate shell IM radt.nl. acres pine 4-raom bouse
I 1 and address of two frlendr \d-
of NI:" of l'Ii'4.' 8, d N..I!. iCIr t Qsuk gMb j i ed according. tn law the propMHX .
u. NW14 0' Nlil" .nd I" or NW", of 3W'NO. FFNNO. D. C. I therein will bit told M the hWLdTtidder dream J. B Sommen. c/o 'II' ,
CPubl....... Ap.1f I It .t the .... 10 acres pine lots of pot holes
Me\4 Section 10. 1'.w..lp 60 Range 40. ( lOll Court Amt on the Wkt M in- M M.Mllhle! 2110 N. W. :;rth
1..1.ln" do acres mom_w'_. The t.... I day In the month of map. Mm, which Can make ,
be told ore evl ...*.. by Cer If I,nte No I ; I. the 2nd tier of Mar. IIMI frsnit St.. Miami.
4101 of IMI and MpraMnta ..... for the NOTICI Appllr.llon N. 8I7T .I I Dated this loth dar of March. I9M 4000-Small cottage. about
nara lull to IMI both Inolmt. amountb's | Of SAIB OgBw TAX CURTIM: 1 E B. LEATOtRMAN. I 40 good trees around home. balance FOR SALE: A knapsack tprgcr
to 191.MW4 tA9Yn 'I Clark' of Clnult Uiurt
| of NRH of BWH of NK',. W'Io' K.I Notice filed fa with Wnt au written that...,, Nt W. I th.t. Berry the 8es1.Dad. Co ntr. of 10 acres hat been in all brass $11. Used but In rood
NW of : of NW' of < Circuit. Court "
NKH NWH ,
NWH
n/VwH I Item mrtlflraM together with all wihM.nwnt I II 1 I'lo.ld"l grove working order Also a meat 'd" .
N. C.
BU of SFH of of SWH Br BTERRETT
BWH of'NEH of 8WH I'tj NWH pot I the rear omitted IM7. or held levied by the taxes State Including be :advartlied (Apr 1. I. II, II)' $3330: 4-room house all improvements 1. Two ipathodla trees (fn "tt

aWhW: of IWH HKH of SW and KM to the hlaheot' bidder fir Over 500 Persian (tame) to exchange for other

8EH! of BWH. of NWH SEH of of NSV RWH, of.BBH.SK4'of cash IIM M Acts provided of the by LwUlatura Chunter HIM. of the the NOTICE: OF BALK OP TAX limes on 4 acres of scarified things Also sapodilla, ..trllolliater .

8KH: of NKH of BE%. Section 20. Town I following described real nUtala, upon th. Conn Apnllrallm CATEH N*. IMI ClRTIF'"j land. Nice location Sage Kings Hiehw.v,
II
chip Range 40. eonulnlnir I
14A, WM tea of Dude. Bute of Klnrld. to-wlt, Nodes. h "
hereby alva that $4950 Large frame house, all Krome.
coon or MM :The taxes to hi cold am] near (mlfitt.
Lute I to I Blk 1 Wlllli
vldenonl 1 SuMn BWH r.n has filed with aw written Nqunt that
by Certificate
and No 1910 of 1MI of KB'4: SOetloa II, Town.hlp M. Rental: the tax certificates together with all tub.equ.nl Improvement, tub and shower
loss,reprM.nta both 10....taxes... for tha man lOll to I I II Tha UaM to b* cold an evidenced emitted or tested tarn fndndln* baths, hot and cold water. Finely It L RED FRYEHS-ilv ot crew
amounting to $817.87.
EH Lot 41. tote by eertlftc.t. No, 47H of HIS and rooms I I i the Mr 1110, hold. by the state be ...... ed. Free delivery In city Phone
44. 64 Lot
II and all
Over
cents taxes for the 111 1- and .. landscaped. $8000 recently -
10 North r< n to 1M7 both I .Id 10 the highest. bidder 'oo mash
of
County Road section 1. Town tn-1 Mlv.. amountln to IHI 'o. I I 1 u provided by Chapter 833-M IiIcEvtren Poultry Plant
HIM of th. HIT Invested In this place now
ship II. Rann I*. .
containing 44 0
acres amid ... certificates A... .
toerether with all of LeaUl.tur. *. upon the following
mom or MM. The tarn to ... and ara offered at sacrifice Price
evidenced by Certificate I subsequent omitted or levied U and No.:';: of lost h. odd to th. btehoit bidder I at the Court I Slat of Florida to-wlt Includes fine furniture and S
represents .taxes for .. l981 1 atone In Mlnntl, on the 6th diy of April, I I I Lot 4 Hk, i Cntral Add. to Duel,. condition. Inquire st Leader"Enterpt'tae
to 1138. both Incl i.lv.' .
amountlna to IRO17 loss. beginning' al th* hour of Tea clock. Th. taxes to acre land with fruit.
Lot. 41. 41. SI, 99. M. 14 M. M. wand A. M.. or aa mon rhere ft... u the nai.m .1 Ill'r: by rertlflmto No. tll"l of ml aro tvl.and : $0000 Lovely new rock house office
II. Section I. Township II. Rant II. .
: be nnrhed In dna ...a_ _I ... into for the mart Itll 1181
cmitalnlnn100 aero mom ar 1_. The Dated at Miami Florida, thin the IM7. and ItM amounting to 111.01. garage servants' quarters. patio, LOST

au tames No.'to M be.7 cold of l;l.vUtarad and moments by Cerllf UM I day of speak ,'.R... B L 1'1 K.ld tax omitted nrtlflratet hwelher.levied. with ..11lubeeoient I some fruit around house. Includes -

for the yean 1931 to Illl, both or toat will 15 acres of land. LOST Between Hirdee PackingHouse
Clark b
.....ntln. ta 118!.14. if Circuit O" told to the highest Udder at the ..Court'AM
All Lota II. 10 and II BR:'IT I..YOI''I Circuit Court SoilDad.. County Florida Hot". 'n Miami. Oft the 18th day 01 A..II.I' $9500 -- This price is reduced and Homestead poet 0/- >

Road Bottlon 1. Towiwhl al, BoilBy JNO rENNO D. 0 I' lots .binning, or M sons at tN thereafter hour 01..Tex the.'stork some from $15,000. It includes 40 flee on Monday small black

Um oonialnlni to ba 10 auld arm ar more evidenced or...by Crll.flrato Published M.r 1_. 26 Apr 1. lla*| I I they b* reached In don ooun acres of land of which about It coin purse containing key .,.nd

No. loon of Illl and ..._. U>M dar Doted of March at" Miami. IMIE. .Florida. this the 19th acres are In grove The houseIs 430. Reward for return to Mr,. r
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for the man to text,n.'"to. Illl. both IneliMlmanoantlnr N.. 1. H. IPATHFRMAN a dream having 8 or 9 rooms W. D. Mahan Redland, or to ,
NOTICE OPApBAlr.tt R OP TAX C8RTIFICATKS Clerk
Los II N W'Iy of County Road. Section n... Circuit Court including all modern improvements Leader-Enterprise office d pm!:; ) j
I Countr Florida.
.I... Township ... R.nn ... The taxes to I N Mire to hereby liven that Mrs J. (Clnult Court Beal I IBr Tile floors, walls are
mid Ave *vldenmd by Orttflcat No. Matthew .... filed with mi written .... JNO FKNNO, D. c.
7411 of III* and ivprnnta taxes for th* truest that the tax oartlfkaui t..-.111.. (Pnbllihed April I. I, II: 1M). Tiffany finish $3500 cash required WANTEDWANTED

and assume J'edoralloan
RiIIIIIIfnTPRJill lITi11Ri1TTRR11i1RiT'TTililllIIIlIIl1"' Fill""",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,''',,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,T7l ill1} Listings of house
for balance at around 5% interest -
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and apartment for rent. Henry I'

Behrei & Denj. W, Morn. N.
IL A. CAMERON
; Krome ave. north of IO't mt
Phone 72 Homestead, FU.
store; phone 94. (a IS.U) ;

L a SALE at $8,000.30 acres,
A Wonderful LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE
Bargain> 1200 ft frontage on Dixie Hwy. _

between Princeton and Naranja QP CATION( FOH TAX:

Horn surrounded by large man. I URE1Chapter
ITUT-Aet. ..... file .*.WaiNotfo
go, sapodilla. coconut royal to hereb. (Inn that C. H \frholder I't
palm poinciana and other trop- of state and County Tat t'",,flnw i
K.. Ml* .bated the Nth dw ,.1 Anet ".-
s! I dislike the word "BARGAIN" as frequently used in Real A. D IMI but filed lam la m r "f. '
LEGAL NOTICES rim and mU epnlle.llnel fr towde.l
: Estate ads, but here is a to : .Issued thereon. Raid 4,11116.

J ,. al* raibraoea Uw folli.wlfMt .N-rRwd f '
; 0TICR 0' APPLICATION FOR TAX property la the Counts of bade Ktatv ..!

f n! Theist r IT4IT, Arts DIIKDI .f IMI m. A-llll Florida, towllNH of Nth I sections. IT. Towaih. KBoutli ; I

GENTLEMAN'S ESTATEthat I b harsh .tee.l that Born Miller' Raw. 17 F..t. In thi < ."'V t' ,
toiler of BUM and County Tot C.rtNIl of "Dad. State of Florida '
WM No ... 17 and '.. taind th* Tth The aeeeeemenl ,.,f wM oroverlr pond, rUM
*.> of July. A. D 1980. haa filed MBM In laid certificate I Issued w. In tlx ".erne '
I am offering at aiy rifle* and book mute application, faro all UnkaimatilM. .
I tai Wd. u a* hew than**. Said! Car.tlflMU. amid aertlfkale. shill ho ",l.. md !
....b.... the following described ........10" to law. .... prup n .Ira..Iked 11
: Properly la the County of bad, sate ofUt'ltto'Hio I therein will h* *JM. to th etah.-Illl.
< Stop the Court how doer the flirt
$4400"r r it aa I. '
: '1t< ._t. I.. Amended Plat H... Monday In the ninth of III.,. less. whhhla r
kndnl Park Ha. 6. Plat rtanh I: pa a the sea day of Mv 1.MDatd l
M;4* thus County al D.d. mute ; .. this \Will day of Mareh IM- .
|hid/. aa imbrae In Cart"..... N' *. ... T'. H. IKATHH1W1NClark : .
I t The A..wment of cold property undw of Circuit I ..car' ;
,''j I shall not describe the property in this ad, but I will gay that ; the MM! Oertltlr.t 4M..4 WM la the Dado _Counts, I-1 I. o l.la I)
of Uok.o. Circuit Court Seal
It the property*.-it includes handsome furniture-is worth from 'tot* IS and 14. Black L. Amended. Pint' By N. C. VrFRRItTT: I 11 1
Hall....... Park No 6. Plat Book 17. (Mir II. U; Ai, '
: ', II. In Ml. Courty of Dodo. But of _. .: _-
$ $6500: to $7000 of anyone's m nf'. f Florida. M ombraiwd In Certificate No. NOTICE: OP APPLICATION FOR TAX .
< f I I The aoiMinint of lad property DEED
J I 'Sndr. th. IBM ,... |bops: waa In : Chapter IT4IT_A ta .1 till, rile A.IM* "'

; Come to my office. Let me tell you about 'it and then shoal it the .*il* .1 UAbn.wa. Nolle I* hereby river that K: N Cr.".... .
Amended rial H.ll.n.
Lot Block 1. by. holder of State nd County Too I 'rtllenu :'I'
dab Park No. I. Plot Hook 17. pan Mto N* the led toy t.(
; {i to you. No information by telephone the County of Onooi *UW of Florida Awurt A.Om1'I: Mm In my I ,

vf aa ombmcod. In Ortlflenlo M*. II TheMMMent office. and .... made ."",.tIn" t" r a .
.. Y of Mid property under. th. MMBntlfloaM Ul eed U be wnMd. thereon. B..., l'rrtlfl.ate ,
ti< )'on't lose this opportunity. It is the biggest.value I have issued win tees MOM ., to.tn embraces the following "; .
'5 ....... I property In the Colby vtlorlda D.dr. gist. t(
Unless old Cart".n M ........ towltlLota ;
4 ever offered. d aaaordlne' to low r-lierty _...- 17 to 94. stunk. 1*. ..... .,. Coins ,!
dr l N therein will h* sold e> th* ..- .**. o HJu Pint R"n> 14' pa*. It In the :& .
.*... M the Court knees tenor HI th* flrel County of D.de atalo */ rTofUI. J;
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Monday la time Meets of U.,. IMI. Nib The aOMMnMnt nl Mid properly ontr / :
10 the second day of boar. IN" the mid "ftf eased was lot Ir, nme e ,
Draw ship. Bird of M.rh loll.S. sit North kVarb Roaltr Co.
H. A. CAMERON '4"KATHIR2JAN.Clork U.I_ Mid ,Mfk.w .ball b..4 'ndanonllnc
Clrmlt Croat, to law. the rupnty n..rlb'1, '
1
r : Dad. County Florida I therein will be "M ,.. the. highest k ,1 t.I i,. .. 4
Br N C. ITEKBETT. Do C. the Court honor donr on the fir.la ,1 II.'lop .
e1t Court Sail ... tJ1 I
the month "t J4 ,. I whl' i
(III... 16 Apr. I. a. It) tad day or M.y ,Inge. jar *..1t; il
I Phone 72 Homestead, Florida I j P.Ud Mb gird ,fey d ..: 1

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HOlD SERVICESFOBSIUDSnU. ....... -- .
SkAds fad .... m. tat

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;:...... mesh ad be ONO=" coffee '
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a.........d...."...f 1DaH.-J CntnI Ma.Trip Ancria r.nwdka.r fines
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rea..o1 r.me go
........seer t.oSW .wow 1-'.......8II IIIIat.I SSO\\lJRFT. 6 b' _. __......___L09 YA.K c.ulP'S
....* Ctaum. .. surd I w to ass as baa ae..saga &
.... ..'. as r 0..e pmab.rIVI-S a."adr .' Pork & Beans
m...7+..ee.+.. ...s0.mow. .i. fat---.-; ai6r aM..e.ri. .. 3 & pail _____._______________ 55c
bosons .4 at .. one III va" 2 No.2% ems 19cFlour
twit ale .'ae'.C.W III aee CKAaDuc 1LUJ.uurs ntain or Sefr.g
.ate. 0* ]..t a... he bait: .. C L O.0' s w Anew
tis p mDer ae.er I MEMO- 'a..ec-.. oft Or IIIuo. goes"ea
.a. ...emae as was asasd s se "ft: =:== DELMONTECORN
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BMW" 'tor WW1m. :Mm basss r xWe b attfPe I k bat
s- ea.ar bet a. mICE 9
sar.iiaal. !he a amasmd by low
sMbw. Jack i.e.w a" zml-,...... SAVE THE COUPONS
... ItaMQ 4 Mm M4 BIT-< 2 No.2 cans__ 27c
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ter 1.rOSat'' 4 Sol m itj. a. SWIFTS JEWEL
.w. MM Mte Oar IM
Driest III amok .. fkf. : ARMOURS
w..tIr 7iiaria. B.irriltapal LARD I
gad bms br....aa bees Wd s ... Hominy
Big
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as ,fs me 1M'a wbihras
aaueaaat an ae.da sm.m III s.0 III r BURDENS SILVER: COW 2 No.2% aIlS 19c
bee.. saw ftr smamm=vL Useew -:
as"-. ...Bad....... )fa
s.rebu asi a.rr. a-.c. MILK J Tax Gus 21 Ply.
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