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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 8, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00169
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, April 8,1938
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'during recent years In the duat'I berry k'".." says aba kt particularly !grooer. who to ruining tor ....j subject of an address Redla
, ft ROSE OF DANUBE bowl" where automobile engine interested In the future development election aa tope..nttuve front !weekly meeting of tilt
|sometimes haw been ruined In of the farming aacUon Before ; Dude County In the florid' District Lions Club Tuesday eve >
t SAID OPERETTA only a few mUee of driving. I i.hexiparruwe to Mr Uarfanaa aha Wure, has .. MU ii4 W.tr.I'-1|Ing by. DC. Robert. C McNIchoU
The secret of KM new air cleaner I MU a.aatool *.... 'and ahfpafmiara .I Wood one ot hb opponents fOr former InatruetDt Redland High
live In the creation .f an oil mist, tvaupport ah* piatfefn.M hat affJo to debate oil the queaVan 'Sehoo* mJ row profeaaor ol Latin.
1 OF GREAT ClIARM I'caused by the paaaage of the Incoming the FMa Muoaiton Aso &tlCi : "Do chain atom benefit tb*:Apuriaan Using.Establishment at tile Unlvtrafty .
I air niehfht aMroaa the aur-j --.- lrowtr- the nwetfnf of the1! of .

,' I'tace of aa oil naarvolr In the bottom Another Debate Said aaeoclaUon Monday night In the]I of a Pin-
f ROM of the o.nu"an operetta -I of the unit. This mlat "knocka I I, Redland High School auditorium can University to act at a clearinghouse
la Iwo act, flowing with ana down" a major portion of the dust Scheduled for U.D.I..A.I I for customs, language and
;, nee of tuneful melodies carried by and drops 1'1 I I Speaker Urges Closer Ideas was suggested by 'Dr Mc-
\ > will be humming for week*,I into the oil reaepee t where It Continuing a policy of sponsorIng i Nlcholl Ip the courae of hU talk,
rvj be preeeoted at Redtandi. Id In the form ot.Iud,.. I debates on issues In the present -', tin-American ,.Ties!whMh w.a of similar content to
.; oo1 auditorium under Thejdl' la then I political campaign the Red- I I THf n I I two addreaaei Decently made by
Any remaining.<| t trapped
Mellon Of Mia Rebecca Ffiher monuea land District Improvement A The development tloeef(jrelatloMhlp him over Radio"'Station W1OD,
alaa through
aa the un on i o-I I I
ThiindafSta that.K.
Wednesday and .betweeBfthe-JMtiona
ao Oil aoaked bpDWPsh alrfiliter I ='trtl-
t I Apr II arid M i to the carburetor. The cop Independent Miami the western hemisphere waa the I READ THE WANT ADS
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Beautiful princeeeel, heroic, .
i per mesh filter la automaticallykept
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prince, glamorous American, vltUanoua > I CANDIDATEfor
N, clean by the continuous circulation WOMAN
villa I..., a king, a queen, ,
of oil
t the mlat
nobles, peasants ladle In waiting.| RE-ELECT
a romantic country of central lu- Factory engineers explain that I STATE I
la la neceaaary to change the reaer-
rope all of these combined with
Danube and I volr oil In the oil-bath air cleaner LEGISLATURE.MrsJohn .
the delightful Blue 1
N Vtenfceaee Mlodlet promise that 'only at long Interval which, of WAYNE ALLENJudge

, ; this will be orw *t the beat mush I course. vary with the severity of I
the duat conditions which the cars
In this ]
tC; cal feature put on seeThe -
haa rencountered I
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saints, Monnllght on the '
ttaitub*.* "Only One Bow," and'' Sidewalk to Schools : of

,,/ "King of the Waltz" will fill Wanted by Mrs. Watson' 1
your heart with romance. "Olv I ,
me a Banner," a tune you will be I Mn. ,Wataon wife i. b COURTof
? humming conUimlly, will flood the .ten"Ior from Ml ,
Z. )our lOUt with patriotic fervor. It sent, .. fler she la elected I II '
li said, while "Conapiratora Ind'"Th,1 tcJ the .e of rcpfoaent. ,
1* Why the Blue DanubaiBlu I(Uvl. = u motorcade ,>1 I
," sung by three conapltaton ,women to come to Tallahaaaec CRIMESFOR
will fill your being with joy and I when she calls' for committee hear ,,
iauihter I 'I I I II
,Inga on securing:
The committee In charge It Ten per cent of the gasoline tax FOR' A SECOND
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composed of: Mlar Rebecca Flatter i
now taken out of Dade County tot'
.. director: J Quarmby Caldwell, use In North Florida to be used In i TERM
assistant director; Miss Margaret Dade County for roads and tide ,
y Delaney, costumes: MM Green :walks In the vicinity of all achoolt.1 I We Watson
Rivet and Miss Katherine Cask iT'll per cent ot the & ..
state setting: Cohen Leggett!, racing tax to be given the county I I will work lorFarmers'
light; Earl Delaney, stage and I commission of Dude County. be*I Democratic
furniture: Miss Eleanor Payne, I fore division among the 87 co"n-I j jUca Prosperityis
fi make-up; Mint Ruth Murray. Miss to be used In paying lor all Primary
Katherine Devil, Miss Shirley county charitable purposes for | 100%
Harkneia and Mn Netttee. makeup May 3 1938
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1' which the people are now taxed I for Towruendites National ,

aulftanta. Cart Wagner, Mr whoa
1 Watson
pronjpter band D. L. Hartman of.tr.w.\\ pthl.t Welfare.a-.nh..atI Billy (Paid s,,1tIoa1 sd..aw..atl. '
River was known aa the
0'New___ Air Cleaner_nn KNOll I --- ____ _-_____ y -- --- -

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Tourists who drive the 1.3J''
I "NO OLDSMOBILE'
-MY IS THE
( Oldsmobile ale or eight throughthe DON7 SEE

< this great summer American need waste duat no bowl worry'I YOU VERY EASIEST CAR ON GAS iVE OWNED

t about what wind-borne abrasives i
will do to the Inarda of their
i motor I OFTEN SINCEN YEARS. I HARDLY EVER ADD

S The engines of all current model
OIL BETWEEN CHANGES AND
Oldimobllea carry a standard, YOU BOUGHT ,
equipment a new heavy duty type
of oil-bath. air cleaner It was de THIS NEW MY UPKEEP COSTS ARE LOWER,
.l signed especially to meet the extraordinary

conditions prevailing OLDSMOBILE"rLAGLER TOO. OLDSMOBILE GIVES ME


VOTE FOR EVERYTHING *! COULD ASK FOR

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. April 8, 1938 THE I.EADER.ENTERPRISE Paw* Thra.N .

. FIFIELD CHOSEN was sent here to start its eonstrue-I Despite his growing business,I II !Eaker ,Child Succumbs I.I I I. .rim I
I Bon back la WM' lUSewellw*I Mr Fuchs concentrated In improving i I It
rived here on March frd oJ that the quality of hill product with To Diphtheria Illness I t
. ASROTARYCLUBIPRESIDENTlIEREl I year M thi building emissary of'llhe main principle of using OQIyJ J --- II
Henry M. FlaglerHe .Die highest quality of ingredient I I Funeral It"Rub' Evelyn
taker the five and one-halt I P I
j made the trip from Palm!he could buy HU system worked.
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y.a old 4ught<* OC Mr. and Mrs.
Beach to Fort Lauderdale. by train f Soon he outgrew the Homestead I E
c. D Eaker ol "....11. were,
: There he boarded the small steamer establishments and y e at U I lly I
C held Tuesday In toe efcapel ol
Delia then running betweenthe moved his base of operation to
Homestead Wednes:
I RoUrisn I Tumor Funeral Home with the
Browsed city and the mouth of swiftly growing Miami to keep I
day noon elected WIlMrd M. ri- I Ret J. J. Richard, misted by
the Miami river with Its bread consuming
f field their president for the fiscal pice the Rev C. N. Walker and the !
year which will begin July t, appointed -I A* the years advanced, the Royal'demands. He took advantage of Rev W J Parker, officiating
I committee to arrange Palm Hotel became the mecca of every" modernized mechanism and Burial was In Palm cemetery Nsrsnja 0
detail of their motorcade to Key world travelers first to recognize,formula in producing a better .
Wett next Thursday to meet with Miami as the world winter capital J bread* the year advanced' The child died of diphtheria
the Rotary dub of the bland City, Big names" registered there r Monday Jackson Memorial hospital GeneralPublic
and heard John B Keens, presIdent and the fame of Miami advanced boost-ing after a brief illness Besides
of the Miami ClvlUn Club,I i About the time that Arthur ,hotel lit the world tile Royal her parent the leaves three Utilities
ketch world condition as they Pry or', band wee thrilling tourists 1 I Palm-they were acclaiming Tucks brothers: Units' Yates and Keith ,
are today, In Royal Palm Park with afternoon!Baking Company bread as the best taker
County Agent Chas H. Stetfanlwa and evening concert, young i'In the world I I I Heaseatead Mess '"-N :
chosen vice-president In the Charles T Fuchs Jr.. was makingthe I Hollu1the present product of READ THE WANT' AD
election of the local Rotary Club. round of Homestead Florida the Fuchs Baking Company hat I
Frank B. Rue, Dr. H. 8 Wolfe and In a panting, blcktlriII.qio J met the test of time In Miami, with
J. R. Brook were elected director: indered Brush truck White Pryor more South.Floridians enjoying its REDLAND CAFE f
They together with the president. was playing overture In brass, deliciousness and purity today than !
Vlce-preildent and the Immediate young Charles T Fuchs, Jr, was II any time in the past Truly, MRS. A. NABOBS, Free II
past president W. t Rheney, will dedicating his career to providing Hokum bread has kept pace, and
I make up I board of fix member I superior loaf of bread for South grown up with Miami In quality DINNER Me PLATE LUNCH IJe
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In the days when South I
FloHdlans were hailing Henry iIva
Flagler1 Royal palm Hotel In Ml-
ami a* the second largest Wooden
structure In the world I growing
number of bom Maker were ratIng >
'the product of a tiny bakeryin PON!
Homestead I' the world best

Ih 1013. Charles T Fuchs, Jr.
opened hU one-room baking estab-.
I llihrtient In Homestead, determined
I to produce the best pooslbltj r
bread that could be baked. Into I
every loaf went the highest quality'
of Ingredient, And he has continued .
his system through the
present day until the ultimate in
baking hu, been the result Hot Additional scents
sum bread Is today eaten and relish from Mlamft past
<|d by more! South Floridians wilt bt prtttnted
as more delicious and healthful in subsequent ads
than any other bread. ;. ) ft Mt ttrltt.
'true, lh.. MsnMlnc Royal Palm .! : ?
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A ., '. "top" fa it* tine rendezvous ol the socially elect But Miami '.'

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G. BALL n- k e r m "fire and wfaaatoras" boaord Kola..'* story la the diesel oppoaite l

NOTARY PUBLIC a saga ol growth. and oxpaaaloa>jVhlI atatfc.iaAdmarke diod. FIlCh Baking .

Company'* progressive anomagem nt km taken advantage cj| every adonafieadvanco '

FIreInsurance' and' to Improve product and oecrlco. Within a abort kWa> after the .. .;

Kindred Lines ,., Royal Palm ......,. *'HoIa.." moved into; to latest end gse.toat plant I I

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: Page Four THE LEADER KNTERPRBB: : Friday; April '8,1938 ,


(, der Growers Urged to Attend Horticultural*
i TEE LEADER-ENTERPRISE LOCAL SCHOOLS Redland Elementary 4th ,

Mn.M4dare of Wawa"" Pta. grade, Gene Powell and Bruce Sessions in WinterBy Haven Next Week
,Ii'. M w a.ata bW rebmAW c.. TAKE PART IN BIG Wagner, 6th grade, Jack Step, 6th

: t .n Aarnaa h .._ grade, Dick Campbell and Donald
. ar ratuoals ulac: aacrsBa..eba Crate Dr. H. 8. Wolfe "
I GWrr FLAG CEREMONY Redland High School Tth for the KTMM .-1ee.1 DUKE OF KENT ISOWNEROFBUICK

Round .. ..1- grade, Walter Rutzke, 8th grade The Florida State
.. ,... i HOrUcu1turall
Seat I. II" tee w o e Nal..a..t.d Vta grade Harold
Buddy Undgren;
: rlertM w4r w see .1 I Society has been In existence tot
14..6 I. 8070.eaSicNsTIOlr. Homestead Florida City and Delaney: 10th grade Charles Burr, lust over halt century During
Jtedland schools took pert In the Ames 12th
llth grade, Bobby ; Invaluable
rendered
this time It has
rilCC. IM A TIA1 Army Day observance held In grade, Jack Turner.SERMON service to the horticultural interests Flint. Mb h, Apr. 7 His Royal c'
Bayfront Park Miami. Wednesday Highness' the Duke of "
I of the state In providing Kent
J A Boy'a Plea night under the auspices of theIoflUtal'7
' .: TOPICS information and discussion on all youngest brother ef the King of e
Order of the World War,
I want to beSomebody" phases of fruit culture. It ha England, ha taken delivery 1II.ft:

! : boy assisted by. the Reserve OfficersAssociation. FIRST BATTI8T CHURCH also been the only organization London of his second Buick, lee .|\',

But nobody which could speak In the name of cording to an announcement made I 1
seem to tare.I American flag recently presented May It Memtog eermeits"HIUMMS all the horticultural Industries In recently,. Oshawa, Canada, from r
by the American Legionto far Ced"t evening where the was
the state when mitten affecting car shipped. .j
all classrooms of the school of eeraasat The Turning Point for The Duke of Kent purchased his ,
the
want to have whole state were up dlscuaalon. ,
U the Life .4 Ministry .,
Dade County were used in a gigantic a
Somebody'l Dad, A few yean ago thespeclsl first Buick a year ago, accordingto
massing of color Flag and Jean Christ"There the statement, and his 1931
interests of of
But has grower car .,'
no one
be short 1
bearers from the three Red- will a prayer
color ; Is of the same type the only radical
to *. tropical and aub-tropical fruN ,
one spar land District school\ were takento service this week at 7:30, after '
change being the Installationof
J I other than orange and grapefruitwere
Miami In one of the school which we wilt attend the re.
fd like to ca'nSomebody recognized by establishing 1 special "one-way' glass In the '
; busses of J. R. of Home- mal at the Geuld Baptist
.' Dorsey I back and
"mon," special section of the society for rear Quarter window
W. M. U Cltweh. Way will be provided
iteid. Lieut Flfield
:: Who'd kiss me hose growers, the Krome Memor- This glass make the peiiengenof '
S. army reserve officer Mrs. Fl for those to g* who de net l
the rear compartment Invisible
when I went to bed. al Institute.
; field. teacher In the Homestead have can.CHRISTIAN. from the outside, while affordinga
This the meets in
year society
schools and Principal Carl Wagner
clear view from the Interior.
In l
And the older I
grow SCIENCE CHURCH Winter Haven and plan have
of the Redland school, accompanied -
the Duke' this
car special
glass
The harder It Is,
been made for
I Interesting
very
from this district Apr. II Lesson-sermon:
the pupil
I mad In two sections and
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hingedso
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For 1 live a"Sylum"
Are Ala Disease sad DealkRair pI'Ol'IlAttemoonJl will be .
instead. I spent In visiting\ the beautiful Cypress that on formal occasions can
Color bearer for the local be rolled down Into
: -Arthur H. Taylor. Gardens there tree of charge a specially
school were a* follows: constructed recess permitting an ,
and In seeing the work with secondary
Neva King Cooper School I ST. JOHN'S CHURCHFriday unobstructed view of the occupants
Light Lunches Aid 25% fertiliser elements being
1:50 9. a.. litany of the seat
Homestead 1st end 2nd: Donald rear
done on citrus by the Citrus Ex-
in Mental WorkThe
Neely, George Dickinson and ad Iashuet.a. pertinent Station. A program Custom work necessitated to '
rain Sunday ':31. Heir fit the car with this and other
James Brown; 4th grade Silly
theory that n light lunch of informative and Inwrntlnrpepel'l
". spells an efficient afternoon, Brown; 8th grade Al Taylor Harry EMhartet and blessing efpthna. on marketing and growingof special accessories, was performedin
and John Taylor 6th ':3'. chare Mheai the Canadian plant of General
Bishop ; ,
science says I* sound. Dr. Donald various frulta win occupy the
11. Matins and aerment; anther Motor at Oshawa. other
Gene Robert Among
grade Mlnger Taylor -
A. Laird, experimental phycholo- mornings and evenings. Themeetings ,
The .....") al tilt, *
Eugene Lott and Tommy Harris. special equipment were concealed
,I.t, recently conducted test which begin Tuesday night,!
Toast FeeBle Service Lea. reading lamps arm swings, two '
: led him to that conclusion. He April It, and hit until Thursday
describe them In the current Ro- Homestead High School 7th gas. night, April 14. It Is hoped that batteries with a change-over switch .i
tarian Mugastne grade Athley Kemp and Walter Holy Week Wednesdayi a number of rowers from the and a sound-proof partition behind

Eight young !MIl." In Dr. Brannan; (th grade, Barney Godwin ':31.litany Holy and Eucharist faedUaUe 7:31.. Fas" tedlsnds area will take advantageof : I the chauffeur1 seat. .j
and Alice Relthmaler; tth this fine opportunity to get
Laird's
laboratory each for
noon
Mandy Thursday II.Heir .
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MINISTERS TO MEET MONDAY
a month. "We told them we were I grade, Jack McMichael and J. T. EeeharM. acquainted with growers and methods .

*' making studies of air conditions.", Godwin; 10th grade Ilwln Cooper In other.part* of the state and
Good Friday Three The Redland District Ministerial
he Ia -If they had known that and Harry Pierce; llth grade 1 to support the fine work of the
*
) Beer ...,.. IS-I). .Association will meet at the .
Harvey Rue and Jack Catlln Itth horticultural
; society.
It the sloe of the ninth
wa noon
grade, Eugene: Scherr home of the Rev. C; L. Nelson ao
we were studying, their bla oneway
,
win
Monday A pot luck luncheon
or the other would doubtless Floras City 4th grade Tom- SHOLTZ Futch Not Using Road be enjoyed by the members and .

, \ have shown up In the result. my Sheldon; Sth grade, Leole Sims in HIS CampaignTruman their wl_

) "To make this deception more Sheldon, 6th grade Glenn Schraememorlaed (Continued From Pan One) -- TheInion Easter sunrise services
f
effective, and keep the men con who succeeded him In 137, not C. hutch, candidate for will be held in the American

, : vinced that we were studying air only a halt hour pre"louly only spent the million that yea In the supreme court, group two, has Legion Park at S o'clotAprU! IT.
'
conditioning detailed record' were for Instance! these men the treasury but 4n addition had announced that he Will not clutter The Rev. J. J Richards will preach 11 j
i kept of temperature humidity; were 21 per cent bettor on the the state owing $2,800,009 when up the highway with tack cards or I the Easter: sermon '

t air flow and barometric pressure.From light-meal' afternoon Accuracy last January came around. This sign The garden clubs and wo- I

time to time different odors I 1111 purely mental addition, without lame "stubborn old gentleman"abolished mea's clubs all over the state have l For results use Leader- ..
were sprayed Into the ventilatingducts aid of and
pencil
paper wa the state highway patrol I
Just ...clinch this. scientific JI per cent better after the light Sholtl had built up'and practical condemned' hutch agrWwIth this practice and them Senator and Enterprise Classified Ads ,

deception."On meal than after the heavy one I Iwau'
ly abolished the state employment
continue to make hal i
Appeal
, half of the days scattered After the heavy meals, attention .service the candidate said. to the citizens of Florida I i MI
throughthe
i at random through the month, fluctuated almost 70 per cent "He probably didn't have enough
T they were glVen I tull-f Ized meal more?* relative who could ride motor visits newspapers the state.and.with personal I i Spaghetti Dinners40c I io!

> with tray o< bread and platter of j The stomach In a gorged status,' cycles to put In the highway patrol over

second1 on the table In front of Dr Laird explains suck blood Jobs," was Sholtz' dry comment. I
them. They could eat all fled I)' for the general welfare act,'
they I away from the brain which As a result, the 150,000 hoboes a
t wanted On the other half of the "lea vel the head In no conditionto year we had kept out of the state and criticizing what he said was i -

days, however they were given a do much else than sleep-as' were Invited back to compete at a provision In the old age security!

dairy lunch of somewhat restricted many persons know to their sorrow whatever they van "get with our set requiring beneficiaries to give' We serve home-made

portion.. and with no opportunityfor ; early In the afternoon year-round citizens who have to p Hen on any property they might Italian bread Bakery
second helpings Recommending a hearty breakfast get a living wlge, own, said that when he went to i "!

'Then starting at t o'clock In I light lunch and an ample Dwelling on his friendship with the senate he would Introduce a i in connection; Joe Pa-II.

i} the afternoon we give them tests dinner for )*, the phyehologts the president which he said began bill to abolish this provision. j lazzola '
i to find out how much more capable worm I exception of long before Roosevelt enteredthe Sholtz said he would vote to prop. oil'

\ of doing mental work they were Sunday ?Sunday tuff- White House Sholtl urged his take the profit out of war, to'

on the days they had eaten 1he Ing at noon leaves one groggy and audience to send a man to the U. build up a real navy and a big:i

light meals The results were poor company the remainder of S Senate who could sit across the army, with enough airplanes to : PALERMO'SSPAGHETTI

almost spectacular and more than the day I suspect It U a factor table with the powers that be and serve notice on the world that we HOUSE
vindicate the habit of those business too, In Sunday automobile accl- bring back the bacon for Florida mean to be left alone.The ;

and professions person who I dents. On Sunday It .la wiser to -with regard to tariff as well M 'former governor was Introduced : Clinton Garage Bldg.

eat lightly at noon. have a light lunch at noon. witha relief money. by Precinct Committeman'

"In correctly, recalling addresses heavier meal in the evening" He declared. himself unquall. E. C. Chronlstci of Homestead. Florida City
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Friday, April 8, 1938 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Five ,

. ". ". ," .. ., and a bigger and better school,

OOL NEWS History i of Redland "If the W. Cunningham former residence, wa built of Mm by the W.

I HOMESTE@l Oy Ersja CrUtU settler of the community This

.' school house consisted or two
SAULS rooms downstairs which <11 i ved a*
TMh .. W 0015 .IN ttl "6Hw...,took the place steer modern automobiles the schoolroom and ne large
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HONOR ROLL I Simmons, Elene Strickland, De- ..... w. __ w ... .._.. ., 1M', bicycle, etc The first room upstairs which could be used
Bulbil: d..1..t of r. ....1... 8," road civic community C't...
into this district wa a paved a* a or
lores Kavney. ........ Tb. Wrt VM ....bad M KM'1
Seniors high Mary Elizabeth -..< Dunes ..... fi.Ui.l and If k..i I I road from Naranja to Silver Film I The school at Eureka. Princeton
Kyle, Alta Webster, Nails Sauls First grade -high, Bobby Delte.Phena /ace ,....... ..Ashy N ... t..a.-!,school In 1904. A Lemon City Naranja and Silver Palm were
R. Alfonso. Ray; Capttnger, Dub al tw .... banes Was _' I
Eugene Scherr, Peggy Allen, Ce resident Doctor Dupis, who now consolidated into one laige school
Virginia Nixon, -w.-I
celia Harper, Marjorie Moaer Fay Caplinger, live la Miami, wore out a pair of at Redland In 191*. The school

Effle Booth, Evelyn Pope, Dorothy Joan, Billy Seymour Hutchinson, Cwenolya, Helen Pritchett Tom-- I In 1909 and earlier the Redland tire en his automobile coming I wa* built on part of Mr. Wm. An

; Horne; low, Nina Pearl Bush, erliik District was nothing but a vast I II I from Porcine to Silver Palm where derson' homestead The first government -
Iva Dyal, Eloise Gessman Norm forest of pine trees and palmetto he attended a patient. This was paid teacher at Silver
CoMinan, France LoU, EstherPope 't I,brush, and the log cabin of a few the first ear to be driven Into the Palm was Henry; Proctor the lint
Marjorie Redd, Ellen: Vans, The pupili la the high school ,homesteader Silver Pkln District There were .t Redland. Miss Mary; lewis.
who were chosen to be la the Army I ., The of Silver Palm
Moiley; Sever, Willard Norman. The Redland District began be- paved roade from Miami to P tint church
Juniors Barbara Burke Day parade la Miami Wednesday I rim but Dun there to Silver Palmor wa built on Silver Palm drive and
high, ,
tween Peter and Could to the
night were: Athley; Kemp, Charlotte to !lie Kedland District there Redland road on land given byE
Edna Booth, William McMichael, north; the Royal Palm Park to the i
Ceronlmo, Barney Godwin, Wt X. Case. Later it '
WM Nothing verb wa done
Madge Thompson, Virginia Doney, Jack MeMfchael. Alice Reithoialer.J south; the bay; to the east the tr.us. TranaVertaUas) ::.U.i1IedlaD41 1 away; with and rebuilt in Goulds
Mc-
Lucille West low Elizabeth
; Everglades to the west
T. Godwin, Elwin Cooper, Harry District under the of the
Uwain, Louise: Paeetti, Annabelle to Miami was In I name Missionary
Pierce, Virginia Done, Billy The transportation was very the farm at an eighteen boar driveto Baptist
Redd. Betty Richards, Harvey Clark and Eugene Scherr bad. Trail preceded the paved Miami. er a .beet trip to Catter 1 A*the supplies had to be brought
Rue. Lllburn Nlxow, Bonk By- !
roads Horse, oxen, and such
rum. Marcia Caucea, Trultt Bul- The second road that was paved from Miami and the transportation -
lard. The junior class enjoyed a picnic WM from Homestead to the Red-I was difficult a store was built
at Matheson' hammock last Mrs. Webb' sixth grade enjoyed land Guild Hall which 1* now al Silver Palm. This store, own- .
Sophomores high.Edith Becker Thursday afternoon. Those at- a "- last Friday standing ed by Mr. George Fletcher. wag
Eunice Walker; low, Mildred tending were: Madge Thompson, Homer Byrura presented a new I I A* the land had to be built directly across the street from
Field, Rachael Gossman, Jud Betty Richards, Virginia Dorsey, book to the claw library; entitled and the tree cut down, a tram the Silver Palm school It burn'i
Piche Lucille West, Elizabeth McHwaln, Captain Blood". The pupils are I I I!railroad running from ed and Mr. William Anderson built
Freshmen- high, Adrian Calla- Sybil Cheshire Louise Pacetti, enjoying a project entitled, "HowIt to the Everglades was laid Mr one en the corner across from the
ban Constance Hunter, :ROle Peter- Louise Harris, Annabelle Redd, Began". Each morning a pupil I I Wm. Anderson had a log cabin at, old one. It I I' now the Anderson
son, Doris Warr, Frances Lamb; Edna Booth, Barbara Done Marcia tells how something began So i i the Everglade end and at the apartment in Silver Palm
low, Preston Bird, Edwin Booth, Oauzens Clarabelle Stuart, far, the pupils have heard how Princeton end wa the Drake Lumber The first lighting facilltu, m the
Jack: McMichael, Jay Newton, EI-' Ruth Fredericks, Bonnie Groover, ships, newspapers, thimble, and sawmill This eliminated a, Redland were candles, l lanterns,
bert West, Betty Jane Meybem,I Billy Clark, Noah Peterson Harry tipping the hat were begun. II I few of the pines and thus enabled I and lamps. The brilliant glow of H

Katherine Orfanedes Degler, William McMichael Harvey the settlers to plant citrus trees, carbide light was a great! Improvement
Eighth grade high Esther : Newton, Harry HID Thomas Miss Ray' third grade 1* "w.A- such a* oranges and grapefruit I over the lamps with 0:
Rucker, Kathleen Freeman, Edna Varnado, Lllburn Nixon, Banks Ing the tight rope," with the mul- After the East Coast Railroad their dim light In ml gas J 4
Forte, low, Mildred Baits, An- Byron Truitt Bullard,' Jack; Gat- tiplication tables The pupils was built, communities sprang up I:light were brought Into this com- 9
nette Campbell, Mary Jo Close, 1In. Rex Faust, Billy Radford; Rufus have made some attractive picturesof at each stop of the railroad tram:munity. Then tame the Dtko {
Wava Horton, Charles Robertson Sullivan, Charlie Little, Mrs vases ef Easter lilies In their. Miami to Homestead Redland and I plant In 1924 power and light
Evelyn Sykes, Mary L. Pierce, T. J. Skier, Mrs. Margaret May- art close and have put them on Silver Palm were the old communities I was brought la by Ben Monte
Teresa Redd, Mabel R Pope Alice nard. Mrs 1 R Rutland and Mr. the bulletin board UkUne Fair- and Eureka Princeton, and I The telephone m 1920 we brought 'I
ReiUuaater, Carol Walker. t.'JC ....lnbt cloth la able to be la school again Naranja were added The settlers In by rrasier... Free. ,j
Seventh grade high Hilda after having a tonsil operation. .I .. each of these erected schools Now wo enjoy the luxuries of :(

Dodson Athley; Kemp, Mavl The seniors wa* attended the and churches, and built road Mttltt and ta..p'i' I loa in- "
Watts, Mary realness Rutland, Fred for at the Mvemlty.ef Miami Mr. Thurmans pupils aw very The tint school house built In tenstm* to note the step meea :.:
Hobart; low, Milton Hunter, Virginia Wednesday afternoon were: Mary proud 9! their new library books. Silver Paan wa a one room log aary for such JO Improvement.
Hobson, Montane Arnette, Adam, Wllfcht Ballard, ESie enema The bad for the school a
Wade Thompson, Cad Alexander, Booth, Nine Pearl Bush, Iva Dyal, The Dutch village that the pup homestead of etx hundred and
Dorothy Moon, Loll Pierce, Kath Etoise: Cowman, Nome Gese narks D* In Hiss Jackson' room have forty acre, bed been given by the WANT ADS PAY $

erlne Rohrer' Esther Jane Keely, Harriet KIm, Mary completed I II very; pretty, government. Lumber was bought ((1
Sixth grade Ugh
Nelc
Elizabeth Kyle Frances Lotto
Knight Shirley Smith. Eugene
lie Mae Martin. Marjorie Moor,
Lott, Clarice Dodsoo Jane Vann.
Bonnie Myers Esther: Pope, Mary It
Fifth grade high, Margaret
Booth. Elizabeth Peterson, Doris Hanson, Marjorie Redd, MosleySass
The Homestead P.-T. A.
Elknt: Vans. and Attat Webster
DodJKta Caruthers.-Io* Mary Radford Margaret ti

Fourth; grade high Susanne 1 I' will present
Brown, Ernest Roberts, Marie The pupil who. were chosen ,
Conner Eileen Scherr. from the elementary school to
Third grade hlCt1_ represent the New King Cooper
Brown Ruth Rutland, Ruth By- School la the Army Day parade I

rum; low, Gene Reynolds, DoweU In Miami Wednesday; night were: "UTILE MEN" t
Alexander, Nonald Neeley. Donald Neetey, George Dickinson. ;
Second grade high. Arthur James Brown, Billy Brown, Ben
Brandenburg Connie Campbell.Barbara Bechdol Harry; Bishop, John Taylor
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Home, Wanda Smith, Gene Minger, Robert Taylor, a talkie based on Louisa M. Alcott's immortal tory 1
Ceradlne Shepherd, Betty; Irene!I Eugene LoU,. aIM Tommy Harris.
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Six THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, April 8. 1988 ,"

..'** tile question against Larry v,
nl Myron Grennell May Win Sophomore and Patrick Gaftoey The -;' .;
t Rattler I. ,", aide won. Monday, MM. |
Redland
The s
li; Scholarship Given by Sears, Roebuck Origin and Betty Lou H .... '}
debated on the affirmative with .all
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J, Gainesville, Fla, Apr. 7 Among, BT SHIRLEY HAEKNESS Fred Vlhlen and Kenneth Cham. /r
+ ben on the negative. The si- *::J
the freshmen agrlculturpl scholar .. : ,
firmatlve won. Tuesday, Alma
ship winners at the University of HONOR ROLL Mr. Snyder's public spaaidrg Jan LJndgren and Mary Ana
t Florida believed to have an excel |clap baa been busy for tome timeI Brown were on the affirmative 1'
Pint grade high Dorothy I debates on the most Interesting -
1 tent chance to win an extra :re<" Lead- j preparing side and Warren Wood and tj; :
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Reams Arthena Wray, May subject: "Resolved Thatthe "JS
i of study under the auspices oi ti I I Ivy. Elisabeth: Merrlman Pauline j unicameral system of legislature The Graham affirmative were their side opponents ,Ii",!
won the de-
Sears Roebuck Agricultural j I : Hodges, Otis Gorman Gloria Saga,, should be adopted In the riding victory.Baptists '
r Foundation Scholarship program x Marion Gowman, Blanche Me- several state" They are planning
p Is Myron 0. OrermeU of Home I i Vicker Maxine Cash. to help organize a debating Will Begin J":
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stead.A Second grade high, Billy team to enter the district contestat
student of agriculture \",.nlf'' Scott Larry Saner, Charles Smith Miami University I Revival on April 18 %I
Grennell la 1 : aasrssw+ Jacky Rodgers, James Hodges, The class was divided into three .rt,
ty leaden In the Ray Knaus, A. W. Powell, Olen debating teams with Alvin Pro-I Revival services will begin April
study of first Walker Edmund Wright Vera thero to act as an alternative.118 in the Homestead Baptist I
closes. The Parker, Barbara Crate, Marilou Jane Robinson and Willis Baxley The Rev Lloyd King
j ed by Dean Harris, Julia Ann Lee Ruth Knaus,I debated Friday on the affirmative of Orlando will be the preacher. 4

Competing Anna Mae King, Marie Kufeldt.
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sophomore Third grade high. Richard
t other 24 Leadley, Grace Burry, Ruth Craft I Mark Wilcox
All are listed Dorothy Davis, Margaret Gaby
era for the Miriam Holmes, Betty Lett Mar-
In addition tha Lucas, Barbara Robinson I
examination, which will
presented with Doris Singleton,Catherine Thompson -
Candidate for
In all of the 17 uni
Dade County ) Virginia Wallace; low, Edward
JO cent of the grade
a by the per Pye, W. A. Kennedy, Grace Catoe I
his subject It on scholastic attain lona Jones, Dorothy Lee. The Democratic
to do under per cent on leadership;
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so on personality, and Fourth grade high, Robert Nomination for
It la the plan on bu lness acumen. Jones, Bruce Wagner, Wanda Miller
( provide ; serves aa president Patricia Robinson, Frank'I
to one student Roebuck Scholarship Shepard, Lillian Bishop, Emma UNITED STATESSENATOR
states In of the B. Y. P. U., Engel, Either Kufeldt, Lenora Williams -
'. versity Is of the Florida Col- ; low, Bertha Mae Flagg
gram. The and la a member of Caroline Gaffney, Kathleen Jackson -I
in the summer Club. Frances McVicker, Barbara
ners will be Jean Charlotte Murray
Soper,

cf committee the 17 for Appointed I I Fifth grade high, Leonard Dent,I -

Staff Junior King, Donald Searcy, El- The Cracker Bay wk nude
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A Junior and Ridgecrest .
dith Hampton, Nolle Lloyd Ver- three terms IB
Florida.'s good through
arship I will be
i dent who : : : ; dla Coalman, Alice Kirk; low, Congress and prefaced many
Walker, daughter of Jack Gautier
sonally impression, on, and Mrs. C. M. Walker, Sixth grade -hign, Johnnie Lee -benefit fordiatrkt..

at Stetson Univer Andrew, Toms l.TTl .itShacklcford ..4tIrt u',
year .
j the iccond been appointed on' the Kathleen/. W'8gne .
t Assemblies at Rosemary Hennlnitcm, W btor. .
the judging .site w win....tI e Q.er.e.a millBUS -
of the \' 1 &, N. c.. for the summer, Williams,W1dVihlad/Jack-tarrm: *) wayread steer .MU WINiherkeie
leave to take; her *
up *
Crate low Anne
t serve si the aa ,soon aa the uni bell, Donald are a part eg hla great fAlert

On the ends In June. 1 I Leadley. .---: reeari a*..-.......... WITHWILCOX
Dr. Henry C. will return to
-' Wednesday ford ond-"-, Baseball schedule,'RedUmdrllfh. Atgressive C.nstnirtlve, '
School 1938 Cevrageeus. EnerrtUe Trustworthy
I nation \. i :
ment of "'"" I: April 8, Ft Lauderdala\ __there Qualified.
I will serve as April-11;Homestead ._.__ there
of the United I, Plan to Have April 1J, W.'Palm Beach here

of agriculture, Bible School April 15, Miami Beach ..._. there '
agriculture In April 19, Miami High _.. here 'GIVt'
is not school council of April 22, Andrew Jackson there '
ship j program. I I Baptist Church voted I April 26, Miami High ....... there 'CLAUDE: : P "f'J : ,
t The tint night to have this sum-I April 28,- Ft Lauderdale .. hereApril ,
effort to gain I vacation Bible school 29, Lake Worth there :'tulf''l1'tffl'lfl/t: ,1 Unlt..1:($.f'.f I,$ n.tj? I

tying on his i wes held here last year.I May 3, Ponce de Leon ._ there H!' H' !tI' :RN D r. _
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en at the of the Sunday I May 8, Lake Worth here
year when he I C. Shackelford. R. D.I May 10, Homestead ...... here.I
: man '' and Mrs. J. R. Dorsey,
y judged by a as a committee to
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April 8, Ires THE : ENTERPRISE Page Saver
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of Riverside Military Academy of t Mr. and Mn John Grave, underwent '"lerTPMtay for Antic where they
which Bill Geronimo I* a atudent an emergency operation at will visit for a month before if- +
i Today the Riverside students will the Kendall hospital Sunday night I to their home in Flint,
In and Ground return to GakteeviUe Ga., for the Fa

Nat of the school_year. Mr. and- Mrs. Into Sehroedas
I Mr. and Mrs. H Barnltx expect
and children spent a week visiting
Homestead Mr. and Mrs. M Carlin of Bay Mn. Schroedert sister, Mrs. H. to leave at the end of this week
Side Long bland who are visiting Arnold, in Robe Iow t. for a two-week visit ta DefrayBMcn. i
here for the winter with their .
Mill Charlotte Geronimo
niece. Mr. and Mrs. P. )I. Finley who READ THE: WANT ADS
and nephew Waldo Rothenberg have occupied the Stlllng cottageon
A nine-pound ion Edwin Patrick Mn Jane O Nesbitt will review have gone to Key West over the':on Avenue B during the winter
was born Monday to Mr. and I the book. "From Monkey to new highway for a visit moved to Miami Monday. RE-ELECT
Mr*. Edwin B. McGarrah. Mr*. Man', at the Institute for home I'j' I
McGarrah U the former Miss Thel-I hygiene instructors of Dade Mn. John Sick of Waukegan, Clarence Rhodes of Eutland.I The Man Who Ha fRQVEDHi
jna Turner, daughter of Mr. and, Broward, Saint Lucle Hendry and III, arrived Wednesday for a visit Texas who arrived on Tuesday of. Worth To Dade County
Mn. Ceo.W. Turner, Jr. Mr. Mc- Collier Bounties which will be held with Mayor and Mr*. Edward Sitting. I I
last week for a short visit with
Carrah'f mother, Mn. B. D. Mc In West Palm Beach Apr 26 .
I on
his mother, Mr*. E. J. Rhodes, left: George E. HoltCandidate
Garrah of Deland who formerly and 27 under the sponsorship of with her for Texas Monday
lived in Homestead, arrived Wednesday the Red Cross. Miss Beth Hunter spent last I
for a visit with her new week visiting In Miami. J. W. Cadbury of Moorestown' r2"IN-
: grandson who with hit mother waa Clayton Lehman was taken home N. J., arrived last week for I short I Itay. j
I brought home from the Post Grad- Wednesday from the post Graduate Blrdsey left Thursday for i
uate hospital on that day.I hospital where he had been recovering : ;. In Clintonvllle, Conn. I+ I

I I from an operation for ap Little Kenneth Graves, son of Mr. and Mr*. H. J Derbyshire 1
Mr. and Mr*. Tom Lindsay and pendicitis.Mrs. t
I their daughters Martha Anne and, a I I ,
Jane, left yesterday for their aum-: Sam J. Davis spent Tuesday -
mer home in Henderaonvllle. They in Miami with her father, L.
plan to apend a week with Mrs.! N. Snell, who la ill Mr. Snell DemocraticRALLY rq
LindA,', parent In Saint Petersburg formerly lived In Redland.
on the way north. I
Mrs. Seymour Dane's sister,
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Mr. and Mrs.: : T. B. Granthamwill I Mra C. A. Howell of Branford who z .
move to Porvenlr to the house went to Safety Harbor after a
which Mr. and Mr*. Tom Lindsay visit ot three months in Redland, I : i
and family occupied this year la reported to be steadily gainingin t ,
i health. I II i

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rehwlnkol Mra. Emma Jane Payne who Legion Park, Homestead I .
have at a guest Mn. Rehwlnkel'i visited Mr. and Mra. Sam J. Davis ,
brother, Bradley Bevls, a atudent I three week left for her winter t
l at the University of Florida, who home in Crystal Beach Tuesday. SAT. APR. 9
arrived Wednesday night and will I For Re-election Al i
leave Sunday Miss Eugenia Sanders who has f
been' visiting Mr. and Mn. L. T. 8 p. m. STATEREPRESENTATIVE ;
Mr. and Mn. C L. Stone and I Proctor for several months returned
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their son. Kenneth, who have to her home In Cordele, Ga. 1
two meetings in Homestead IN CROUP NO. 1
Only \
l pent tore months at their winter I Tuesday. f
home here scf( Sunday for their UBJJECT TO THE' DEMO.

Mr'
and Mn. Kenneth Wagner "
cummer horse in Ashby, .Mas,*. < this campaignBe
.,t who, have- been guest of the ReV. CK/VTTC; 1'I.J1\IARIfS'OF MAY

rMr. three month left for the
'endMrs: James Sottile, Jr. and past I paid for by friends and believes -
Mist Louise Sottile of Miami spent north Monday. They plan to Aesptoet Dade County Denecratle Executive Censolttee 'j
visit friend In Virginia and to in good government)
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the week-enk (In Key: West,
home Vermont dvttrwvM 1
I reach Easter their In by (KM soUMnl W.-No

'Mr. and Mrs-Eli.Salyardsand Sunday j
family of Dulilv Ming' and MIamJ.leach" -' Mr. and Mrs. Kurtz have moved I
-spenf Thursday at the ,
to the Redland parsonage. 1
, borne.of Mr. w..Mr..1'. p. Edmonds +
on West'Bauer drive. :
IWRIDACIT1
t saw... i ,
The Rev. and Mrs. J.J. Richards, lire. 1. W ......,.,. Carra.pnadrss I ,
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I Mn. J. E. Davis-, and Mn. Earl --- --- esll/
Pacetti are attending the state\ Waldo Rdthenberg of Coa Cob. 1
conference of the Woman's 'Missionary Conn, U visiting his mother Mrs. 1'j=
Society In Tallahassee As Louis Rothenberg, who has a
I
the group passed through OrlandoIt home on Broadway, Florida CityHe
was Joined by Mrt. Maud Chandler I I* on 'hi* spring vacation
of the Silver Palm Society who from Yale College New Haven.
was visiting friends there. Conn. Also visiting Mn Rothen- At
berg IS Cadet Frank J Pelna, of
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, Mr*. H. C. Nichols and sons, Clemson Military College Clem- :1
I Hubert and Bobby, Mn. A. W.: son, S. C, a former school mate of :
I Hutchinson and son, Billy, and' Waldo'. On Sunday Cadet Pelna
Mra. Curtis Monroe and son Bobby -I' Waldo Rothenberg. Mrs. M. Car-
left early Saturday morning lln, and Mn. Won. J. Geronimoand
for I trip on the new Oversea highway Charlotte Geronimo accompanied ..
to Key Wes Mr. Nichols and Waldo' cousin, Cadet Bill :t
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air. Monroe Joined them at Bahia J. Geronimo, Jr., back to HoUy.wood :
Honda bridge and accompaniedthem I to witness the dress parade it'
on a day of. alght-aeeinf In I t \
Key West. On (the return trip ,
they went aboard t boat Used In SEND ,
connection with government work I

and cruised around Pigeon 'Key DAVE SHOLTZTO f';, :'
and the Long Key.bridge.rlth I DI'(

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Dr. and Mn. J. D. Babcock. of'Lacoa.
.-1lL ear'ived Saturday .for iir
I ,Visit with their aon-ln-law and I
daughter. Mr. and Mn. L. T.
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Proctor. On their trip down' they 1
ba4 an automobile accident near t I
Arcadia In which Dr. Babcock
suffered a broken atm. I IMra
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Sybella Chandler, her
daughter, Miss Alice Penny, and
i Mr*. Chandler' cousin,..Miss Kay 14
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Wehner of Detroit will upend the

j week-end In,Key West. I r :I

.Mrs. A. A. Koeatllne of lakes .1
Wale U grading *week with Mr.,1
and Mrs. J. L. Barton and other' '1

Homestead friends LBisemyer ,i

Theodore Franklin; la home from! THE: .

Easier the: University vacation.ot Florida' for the), U. S. SENATEand t'.

; return ,
1'1. L. A. Fennell and Mrs. ,
Agnes Henderson o( Naranja PROSPERITY.FLORIDA
Chapter of the O. E. S. and Misses to i
, J Esther and ,Kefea. Livingston of j I \', ; .1' SEARS

; Ad Astra Chapter attended the) ,
k asofsas 1 GI the grand lodge In'' '
, U ahsssndiWlhisaesedlt,'--t tt .!! ..(t't l Blvd 1Mb td 14th StreetavMUttl. Store' horn..naiSSa.'=a ta'a J>aturd JL WJQJne ,' ;{

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1 '- __ Social Events in South Dade I




I. O. O. F. AND REBEKAHS GIVE BANQUETFOR MBS. BOW ENTERTAINS MATTERS PERTAINING TO HEALTH ARE
I t FOB MBS JOHN MVBRELLMr
GRAND MASTER AND MRS. BEATTIE U U Bow entertained at' CONSIDERED BY P.T. A. EXECUTIVES

bar borne Friday afternoon in ---

Mn. Adrian honor of Mr*. John MurrelL Miami The Homestead P.-T. A. will '
Nearly two hundred guests attended were accompanied by be library chairman to succeed Mr*.

the home-coming reception Jacob AIM songs by Mr*. Lloyd attorney Lac poet and" author of represented by several members C H. Steffani who resigned. Mr*.
the
"Law for
Deitz a reading by Mia Mary ea. Parman who gestate In the Rom .
Tuesday when the county health *
and tendered
banquet by Elmo Rut, concert linger! and
William and accordion
Eleanor aa stead Municipal Library,
wa the
Homestead Odd Fellow lodge Wo.at solo by Frank BaDelo. I compose; fang "Moon Over Water" committee headed by Mts. Jack unanimous choice ot Ole
Barry of Miami make Its formal executive
I by Margery Mansfield,
and Rebekah lodge No. Brief talks made duringthe
Liberty were committee and ol the city librarian
to the commissioners
petition county -
4. to Hugh M. Beattie grand waster evening by W.C. Z. Steck, part 'Road to Anrilta" by Edna St. for I local health unit for Mr*. 1. L Bow, with whom the
of Florida, In American legion grand matter of the state of New Vincent Millay "Wild Plum" byBenjamin will have to co-operate. Her
Dade County. This wa decided
Musser and "Three
hall night. York by Mr*. Anna Bobbin and
Tuesday ; term of aervlo it supposed to be
at
of the
Men" and "Before Tuesday a meeting executive
Strange Right
The MIl WM beautifully decorated Mr*. Jennie Cordon of Miami, I (or more than one year according
committee In the
also
far tINt occMlon ,H nnefteadt both of the Re- Com. He played his own I
-- < past presidents Cooper to a recent suggestion of the
planer solo, "Dream. Mr. Run room of the Neva King
greeting to a leaf lodge bekah Assembly of Florida; by I School.Mrs national -Wloa.Dr. .
member that hat attained the high.eft Mr*. Fern Arnfield of Miami, cheeses only lyric by American .
state honor and hit visited treasurer of the state Rebekah poet for his musical leHlng Preston B. Bird, student/ Nancy Meek Hain I* now
TTbt other present included: lid chairman, reported fact available fir m coarse tf 12 week
every city:: town and hamlet in Assembly; by Harry Wendler ofMI.ml.
Mr*. Ernest, mother of the honor Drought out at the county council ly lecture on child; psychology,
his of master and
Florida during part year. past grand by .
duty to the office. Robert Sundertand deputy grandmaster guest, Mn. W. J Krome, Mr*. meeting regarding the need of a I Mr* Ben Archer, the president,

The opening prayer was given ot District 22. I Henry Buegg Mr Clna Stewart, health center and the need of a announced. The committee decided

by the Rev C O. Nelson There' E. S. Caplinger of Homestead, Mr*. Anna Mestennnith, Mn. Lon change in Florida' health law. I to try to get the lecture

followed an address of welcomeby I I deputy grand master of District don Carney Mn. Harry Pancoait She told also, of the picture on:scheduled for Thursday evenings.Mrs. .

Preston B. Bird, to which Mr.' 23. who acted a* master of ceremonies Mr*. Thomas Brewer, Mr. B. A. syphilis, "Damaged Lives," which! C. N. Walker county board

Seattle made a suitable responae also had served a* chairman TlbbetU, Mn. Jane G. Ncsbit, Mn 11 now being shown In the member, reported progress the has

A long of welcome in which all I of the committee on arrangement Clarence Parman, Mrs. B. H. Edwards ,theatre In Miami at the request!made In trying to have the WPA

Joined preceded the dinner and *. Mr*. R. W. Mullln wa Mrs. Helen Prescott, Mrs. of the Miami Lion Club and with crew that fill In school yardstransferred
entertainment Later in the i chairman ef the entertainment William M. Johns, Mr. B. A. Wal- the full co-operation of the P.-T.j to Homestead in response -

evening Mr. and Mri Seattle were I committee Joseph: Gay wa din Mn. W. R. Bird Mn. Ruth A. Ticket entitling high school to the P-T. A. request for

presented with Hawaiian leis and I I chairman the decoration com- Russell, Mn. Green Rives, Mra students to a half price rate were the building* up of a strip of

gifts from both lodge mittee. The James Robert Hawaiian Joseph Gauxen. Mr*. Mary D. given over to Principal J. A. Reh-/,ground high enough to keep the\
Fry and Mn. Flora D. Myen. winkeL pupils in rainy weather from having
The entertainment program In- band supplied music for
eluded tap dance by Charlotte I I the dance which followed the banquet The committee voted to permit to wade m the water to reach

Ceronuno and Billy Jacob who The Calendar its health chairman, Mn. Jane G. the cafeteria. ,
,
Another request of the P.-T. A.
Nesbitt, tolit It* projector for
-that of a solar water heater for
,
DL IL .. WOLFE TALKS to the Bible study mapped] out for Apr. 8 Homestead P.-T. ADad' 'Perrlne showing health picture at the the I.Ymnaltum-w1ll be grantedby
TO CARBEX. I the year. The new president Night I colored theatre Thursday
program. tile board, she saM.
evening. She win be assisted
Dr. H. S. Wolfe talked to the I Mr*. Paul Haley the vict-pnal byWilliam
I Apt. Red lanai P.-T. A. pro-
Hester of the
high schoolfaculty
Member of the South Dade Garden ,dent Mm A. F. Arthur, and the MISS ALVA YATES
gram.
dub t*) Insect peat at I treasurer Mr Holferty, present who operate the'projector, WEDS
EABf. SAVUMiss
11 Election of 1 t staled.
meeting held at the name at Mr. I the budget for the year, and vao- Apr. meeting was Alva
Yates
Monday Music Club at horn of i Spencer daughter -
and Mr. Henry Ruegf Mondayafternoon ;lou chairmen made report The echoeTk bnmimkatloa program of Mr*. Belie McQulrt of Bainbridge -
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Frank Hausman.
Mr
after lecture wilt start next week, II
and the I The auxiliary deeded to send was Ga.. and Earl Saab, ion of
11 of W M. 8m annoMKCd.
several bit Apr. Meeting
answered questions
two delegate to tb.aUnt of Mr*. W. H. Saab tf Homestead
hearen eared to ilL Dr. Wolfe :the state society In Sarasota next chords at J o'eloefe.; Caster call for the Sooth' Florida were married In the courthouse

also Identified a number of plant week, and other made plan to Apr. 12 Meeting of Wom..'. Crippled Cl ldna'* Society In Miami Monday

specimens bought by MM. W. D I seceayany ..... n. Stup, Cktattf Hmaesital. win be old In tile school: rooms ItJ I They plan to leave tomorrow

Bishop and Mrs. Ruegf.Mr 'Mr*. Haley. Mr*. A. F. Arthur, Apr. 14. 19 "Rote of the was.decided. ,tor Hot 1prInp,-Art, where' they
*. Gee E. Reed gave a group Use KoUerty. Mr.. IX P. Blab Danube.. m operetta at Redland Mr*. C J. Par_ wa elected will make their horn;
.T reading aa the closing number :and Mr*. Blake house guest. School,

and Mr*. B.J. Shepherd the president Mr*. Annie Weldon, wm leave Apr. IS Homestead P.-T. A.:

read a.poem a* the opening Tuesday and return1 Friday. moving picture show at 1 and ":30. sf t

umber.Mra. The meeting elated with a social Apr. It Meeting of Garden
Shepherd will entertain the Club at home of Mr. R. J.
hour. Shepherd \ xativ*
club IB her Florida City home on in Florida City. fun Pin} .ize Ill'CaU
Apr. ItMISS Present were Mrs Julia Pace, '
Mr*. R. E. Trotter Mr*.J. .. ffick- Apr It Social meeting of c

ton, Mr*. JL Y. Burr. Mr*. A. S. Junior Woman' Club. A claret
KAY WERXEB IS Apr. 1*-Meeting of Homestead
Darling Mrs. E. L. Nelson ttbout
Mn
'_ poll .ad v
KWIOB GUEST AT UnfCIIEOffMr i Business and Professional Women's I ..-.Ioa ,
H. S. Wolfe. Mrs. K K. Gatlin
Given Victor gave a luncheon : Club at 8 p. m. in Chamber 001.11..11III.plpl. >lalr J fps Apes'
1m. Weldon Mrs .
Blake Mn
and bridge party yesterday attar of Commerce. ., ahkia.plat .
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of Tees
Arthur Mn. Haley, Mr*. Helferty I Misers oil ant bit
home In Porvenir la hone of
.i Apr. 1> Meeting of Woman's
and Mrs. 754P
Miss Kay Wehner of Detroit whoa Payne. Club of the Rdland In clubhouse pur.taa+ ..nM,,,Ot1

nailing her cousin, Mr*, ay- i Apr. H Meeting of Legion at:.

bella Chandler j I RATTER FROCBAM ENJOYED: nailiaiT to lIalI.t I p. m.Ar. !

Present were: Mra. A. A. Payne, mr TWO w. .. v. cntcusW. I I 21 Meeting of Homestead It 16 >tiRK (
Mra. Landon Carney, Mr* B. J I IDyat M. U. Circle' Four... Five Home Demonstration Club. *

..... Chaadler. Mra. Pollard !were entertained at tile home of Apr. 21 Meeting et Bedland J tuoe' ASP I IN

Mra. f. J. rant, Mr*. J. 8. Hoe.loav Mr. and Mr*. A. J. Van Master 'Home Demonstrations Cub in
Un Victor and Mil WehajerJ j' taster pro church at 9:26.: Skin lotion 1
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OB Traaday Mr*. Chandler.vt gram waspted by MM CMherme Apr. 22 Homestead P>T. A.
a bridge luncheon for Miss Wehawr. moving pictutv show. 25

The other present were 1 Attar a devotional by the hat Apr. 29 County borne dean>
Mr*. ,., *. Mr*. Carney aa. leas and prayer by Mrs V W natrattM Club day at Ceatra Teonosay Sias 5QtJ r1 Rest1Q

; Mia Peart Whitaker. Collie. Mrs. T. D. PleM Save a School In Miami. [.,,............
talk en taster, Mr. aV B. Fitch Ap*. 25 Homestead P..T A. __10 whlo .kll.
r CLUB SETS TCMTATTVB gave a quotation front Whittles -1IIc picture bow.Bcsh'sBarberShap. w.aNw' i.:""

': BATE nut AUMLE8S: ON LAW Mr*. PickMd spoke ea "The Plot

t At a taeaiBcea meetiag held by Heeuirerttoti and Missions* Mr*. ., PM .... rest tto
the Jueuer Woman': Club of Van Mortar read Margaret Sang-

i Homestead In the Homestead We ster-i "Splendor of U.." and Mr*. Woo
man'Oat building Monday rIng ..... Holfltler Sage ace thoughts on Tooth PISh dead dafi9s

Wednesday, Apr. Wv was art the approach .t Caatcr. M... Jake AWmawk
M tIaa..tift.... on which this rwk made tb* closing prayer. : wait 25(
slab wife tINt Woman Club II f "
During UMtW hour KIM .
Homestead and the Homestead r Tan Mater served refreshments lIt.1I! -- payersilo1.s
Bossiness and Profeutonal' Women up Pro.opyy.
and Mr*. Ce*. Wright and Mr*.
Cub will hear Ethel Iraaat Mur-. Polk gave reading genuineBffT FACK M **.*

rn talk tat "Law for Ladle Present were: Mr*. 3. LawvenetSettt NB CHOCOLATeLAXA11Ve Ptah sine su
ef the a PIIIlleUt"usls
TIle dviaabillty totnin
Mr*. D. B. Savydes Mrs S.
state jdratroai was diaevaed.ntXSBTTCXIAN X. Davit, Mr Polk, Mra. Sage, wwog-.e>V.s&ant

Mr. Fitch, Mr*. Collier, Mr era. -6--ddb d0atasu..aawl"Vesf E
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!; GROUP Wright Mr*. board, Mr*. Plch : 254 !w

I; STAKTS HEW TEAS and Mr. Tan Martes.FAMILY daft she hing in. She, ,- -. .
: TIle PMakyteriaa Auxiliary held -too, 4W V.... lea
f, the tort meeting e( Its new year I I ...pow"Loa tMsm me trsatssnr *.
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.t Ole hoses, Mr*. A. A. Payee TkCEETS I .....: us .. y.wam Yeasts Iran! &

t If m Pmtenir yesterday aftemotowMr hair 6;61 .....W sofewsod +nW\\ +
'' Tablets
*. J 1C Holferty. We story et for Homestead P.-!. A.'* ...... -
spiritual lie gave an Introduction aerie of tour t: sin -"' .-.-..-- 75D.*!-**. ,

Sieving .,... Shows. ..". ... I "#left 1
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amerTwv6 .An sense -
wssuseaown. beginning Apr. IS

J\i a two ee..ar ... only & Beauty Parlor

.,\ 1120V0-- --.-_ ,..** THE DIXIE DRUG

;I\ Ma* Unit Brewty Opuses
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II DAD'S r.-T. A.NIGHT'TO OBSEETE TONIGHT Says Dade to Need Experienced Alen


I Tonight ls Dad's Night for the When Gas Tax Is Reallocated in 1939 I II

Homestead .
I Social EventsHOMESTEAD I I P -T. A. The program .
will consist of a minstrel '
show by Mrs. Edna Bird's pupils Th next session of the legislature desired amendment should be

and other feature I I a. vitally Important to Dade made providing thai the aaaiitano

The annual election will be held I County In view ot the rhdalrd to the aged, the blind, the dependent ,

before the program reallocation of the gasoline tax mother, and crippled children

GIRL SCOUTS PARTICIPATEIN and this county Is entitled to and I than be i stated turn to meet an ;

needs experienced repreeentatlves requirements and to abolish the
JAMBOREE IN BURDINE STADIUM LEGION ArXIUAtT GIVES to represent It properly In doing' requirement for a lien on property .
TO CEtrrLEO CHILDREN
-- way with the present unfair law, of thoM participating In Its benefit +
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The American Legion Auxiliary uy George E. Holt, state reprewntativt *. Assistance of tile national ,
Tin Homestead troop of Ctrl i Mrs. Skill, captain of the troop, '
ot John O. Sallcy Post Wednesday who li a candidate for .la to seek this f
Mrs. C. J. Parman. Mrs. J. R.iHkksoo. congress necessary
Scout won the first prize offeredfoe
and Mrs. T. P. Edmonds night voted to live fU to the re-election In the May<< Democratic amendment, and I shall seek toe
the troop that was on Urn South Florida Crippled Chlktrea'aSociety. primaries I
ot
took the girls to Miami. co-operation our repleaent.tivesin
and had a 100 per cent attendanceat j Scouts who attended were: I' Mr. Holt wld Mi record include the national congress to this

the Jamboree held In the Roddy,I Geraldine RelU, lieutenant, VIda Mrs. W. E. Rheney who has *erv> : voting, speaking and working end.

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day. The Prize was tl.50 In caih.I Hlckaon, Athley Kemp Virginia this month resigned, and Mr assuring sufficient Income for the machine and will continue to resist f

The girls took part In various.Klnner, Ardel Parman. Anne Fred Redd was elected to take public schools of the state; a*. attempts to revive them. I '

garnet playground ball volleyball I Rheney, Dora Scott Melba Van her place. Mrs, Harold Sheffield slstance In pasting and piloting assisted the agricultural business

target shooting, races, folk J Winkle Frances Rutland, Curling presided. 1 through the house on two occasions of the UU and this county, and

games and folk dances until Pace, Jane Fuchs, Mary Catherine Present were: Mrs. I. Schroeder the teachers' retirement doubled the appropriation for the I

the lunch hour when an international .Suber' Barbara Miller, Betty Bailley Mrs. Edward: Norman, Mrs. Paul bill; opposition to the placing of, Agricultural Experiment Stationat ':

fair was conducted. Margaret Stlllman, Virginia Rue, Mrs. Sheffield and Miss Ruth I a sales tax upon the people ot the Homeitead. thereby enabling

At one o'clock: all went to the Hardy and Patty Robinson. Fox. I state-and wu successful In detesting greater assistance to firmer and l

Masonic hall where the Homestead| At Tuesday's meeting at Mrs. 1 such measure. grower I assisted In doubling J

troop led In several songs, and the,Skill's home plans were made forth ttto of f.rmlnilon. Federal Players entertained the annual cookie sale which will to tW .Comty Jades of Dads Co.*. program in co-operation with the I Palm State Park and increased

scouts with a marionette show, j I I begin Tuesday and for an overnight H.s.nor, a Yk.L Y Florida o('to,* wit.l.Ik tW twolr Oomt* Federal government This legts- the appropriation tor the Ever I

Later, at the stadium each troop camp on the Skill lawn on a; I lation if doing a great work, but I glades National Park from $1S,- :

presented a skit or stunt Home,I the following Thursday. to W wora to **d prMMkriI as In order to accomplish the ends 000 to $87,000- ,
steid's number was a band selection I I, Announcement was made that =: or same win W Wn d. BMI1M4 I
Chapter Uw .. UK sated FtwldF {
-Little Indian Chief. Dora the troop may use the new Snapper far
Scott and Margaret Stlllman play!1'Creek Boy Scout camp in August uVrmrMiry lath A. Do IMS.

ed clarinets; Athley Kemp, French I I At refreshment time there wasa AncllUiry Admlnhtntor CARL..B.the SLY.As Ertato. WINaG.&L. j

horn; Vida Clarke, ban horn;'' birthday cake In honor of MI'I.SklU' .. Charlie IL Ely. Does ..*.

Frances Rutland xylophone; Anne' anniversary, and Marlon (P ttuiwar. 4. 11,11. Ml IAga,1L15. KITCHEN UNIT f

Rheney, drum; and Ardel Parman, Edmonds, the hostess, served Ice 1 I 5
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tom-tom. I cream. '
,NOTICE Or ales Or TAX CPRTrn.CATas For YourselfSee t

CLUB GIVES HANDKEKCnnr lands tonight to raise funds for I Ap.llr.lto N*. Bass i iNotlot I
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SHOWER TOE MBS. SKILL i iMI'I. paying debt owed by the Redland kw filM I* with stew oj* written that George reasons rklUIP ohm this beautiful Innovaiira la Kitchen Unite at *. Craft I

J. H. Webster wa hostess Community Church. tile Ul rrllflotol tontkrr ......11 ,.b...I Shop display recta at 7IU N. E. 4th Ct Miami, then name It :

to the Rain or Shine Club mem-' I._pee a mallard I"" s held see"or the'loom BMW i0oludiftethe .k* *4- We are elf...... far the beat selected and reason tar so-:
berg Monday at a luncheon and ,*,lard and said to th. khrkoM. bidder for, value.tlN.
sedate It a* these units complete with .11IktaD .
e.e
LEGAL .
NOTICES Mk M >i ky Chapter I.. .. ...' ;
handkerchief shower given Jot tell *... of the Law-.. wok ... LOST year same wltk *. at the showroom *r aaall K toa
Mrs Frank SkillPresent fallowing, _sad IMl to tk c...
,,, HOTici or ArrtiTATioN roa ri ty of 0V. BMW of norlo itu*. tovKiLot .1 peat-rarke4 net later ttaa .......... April lltk. when la*
besides the hostess andhonor DIlle 6. Blk. I. wait Bum v..... Th sleet cteaaa. Contest MMII mt be secured at air showroom .
guest were: Mrs frank a.1'417-" ", 01 I.e.. ... ...... tan* to .b. oM are orlonm* by Conlfl.to j\
H...lee 10 .......c Views that ice Eo *. SM of ltd to4 rrproioM. torn This Bw unit may be purchased through IMLA. FlskiBctag. -
Rue, Mrs Carl Deden, Mn. C. J.Parman ___.. bolder. 01 sate ad County Tn.Certuleste for :. pou IMI, IHt. look felt o4! .
Mrs Lee H. Lehman Mr*. H. .... Mod die and dot'.f ISIS *ow -tle to MM. .
-..-...r. 4. B. took but, filed Mme Lot I. Blk. I. WON Bun /fcjto., 111*\
Fred Redd, Mrs. H. P. McDanlet, h >v oIf,", and kM reds mlltttlM I"m tan to k* ooM SOT rldoMo fcr Gmifin
Mrs. Helen Madder, Mr Wet>>. Ul deed la W intend tktimm. saw sae H*. 4111 *f IM M4 semesm tear'!
OMtflMU MikMiM tto MIxriMtntmr -.n'". for the yor a..". IMI Idea, IMt n4 G. & L. (
atefl house 'gVilt, Mrs Charles. : i0 tW CM* K D ta. Date lees, MMontMe W ". |
Sheldon, and Mix W. E. : rl.rb1, 1..k tNK Lot 4. Blk. Watt BuM Tbu. TWtoM
: a Nt1t, d acct ........ t. to b* ..Id a.u.sa.d ky CMtltl.l: 1
-1. same N 4SM of ISM act f
H --. saw II a. t, *
H.* W.c:. HEARS: Jthent1'J I esalsnr II Auriw__ w lees; I. {or the yor* IMI, lost loss, IMT end: CRAFTS SHOPAffiliated
the Cooetai of Dade, Brute of PIotNa.. .. .oMMUiie to 511.11.Lee I
Of, DISTRICT MIST NG Tae anaw..t .. .td 14 Bib. .. Wo BM Vhto. TW
Ya meld. -"law....... was I. she leave to W cold *r* nlonMod ky Cortlfl.to .II with the O. 4 L. Roofing Company i
Mrs. Flora D. Myers, president w t seam -.. .. N*. _S of loss sod ii>.t* Marl! II
ofth Homeiteai Business and Usk" saw ___ shads he wdww.N fee tW row IMI. IMt. INS, IMI nil N.E. t'lI COVET MIAMI. FLA. I
I .aierdins u tew. the d.ecNied III.. ..mintlnf to II tS.BM :1
Prpfesslonat.Women's,Pub; .Mr*. tbaMa war W MU k> Mw' klskMI ..... tM orrMflMtol had tire" vM i iN1
Charles Clinton and Mrs J. *.. 05 $1w Cart kMM doer M .k> 'fI'"' --.*.M MMtod or b-riod Wool rlllW
r'l H Hammett gave a report of the ; Ik* M .v tt May lose. slower I. Mateas she sail day 01 Apia.IoM .
teat district meeting In Miami Dated! this ,Utk. day W KM**. IM*. bream/et an the her ell 1rs .'doh
Eo B. LEATHCRHAN, A. M.. or .. none thereafter so ..%. name
Monday night's meeting of the clerk of Cl..lt c..rt.IIa40 a... .. -..... a doscwt... BIGGEi j
club in the chamber ot commerce c...., DM! .. III..... rtorMo ebb tW 4tk| HERE'S THE
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Circuit Cain Ircl far .f April. .....
building.A By N. c BTCRRETT. n c It B. LrATlmiMAN. '
'(11... Mi Apr t. *. tit Ctrl .. Clmtt Court
special membership rat will DUf County, Florid I
be *a affect through April. Mrs. dm! Cart Boil
NOTICE or SALE or TAX csBTiri- By JNO. FTrfNO, D. C.j SHAVING VALUE
Myers reported. TATESApHftlM rublhkH April .. II, II. IMS.NOTiri .
N*. Sees '
Mr*. Harold Sheffield of the Notice I* hereby sires that L. L. FWd

Legion Auxiliary told of the work'tW has. tee sled...with.If....m. tosotwr written with request ill ratKqu.nl that. 'I' or sane or TAX: CERTiri.CATEI ;'
01-the South Florida Crippled omitted or IM taxes Including I YOU EVER SAW i
Children's Society and of .it* (1nanclng. the Fair lead, held .by tile state .W .*. 1 ArpH'.tln N*. 1411NotlM
MitM end told to tW bi..... kMdor h koraby tin tkH LIIIW 8.I I
and the club voted toI for Mih .> pmlord by chapter IUM. ol ,,1I.t...... boa filed with M* writers rml .. \)
assist la the sill of Easter seals the IM7 "'". *f the LnrbUtur. upon tnifollowl the tw ui rortlflMtM, together '
*. dwiirlbid Ml **UM I* the with ill tuWMuMt emitted or ....... ta>oi tl.
Mrs.. C. W. McEwea. Mill Lucille County of Dean. sate *f Florid. ....It I lldln the year IMS. held ky the Baal I IW \
Bevls and Mr. Clinton were Lou I to 14. Viknrl Pr... The saw dwtUod. and old to tW kluWit bid. t yhQ
to .W old ere wrMrnoMl br Ortlflrato H. *>r for most M pmhM by Chapter. mtM.' .'
appointed" to serve k* a nominating 171 of ISM and riproiont. toM for tWri of tW IMT Arm of tW IJOIMMUM, cpoo.tW ,,'
committee. *, IM to loss, both. tarlul 1 .. *_L- following dr.rrl>.d ml Mll In the I I
Ini to .,...... County of Da.... Star of ....*. Leek, '
The corresponding secretary, amid u< ....Ir....... together wltknW .n Lou C. and D. Blk I, TtuM KMii \: :
Mrs. Hammett, was asked to notify ..|unt emitted or I*.M team .UI -- dl I'.r TW U.M to W Mid are
nM to tW buihoit kldd.r .. tW Court TloMor4 (..ito No. Mil of IMI I
the county commissioners. the How* In II...... on the Utk day of April and IOKNOMU ta>M for tW' years l ll
club's\ of..men\ of the locjlheaUh''unippUn 1>IK. .kralnnlRi *t the hour of Ion .'.....k 1 to IMI, both. IncluMto, aaou.tIns ItIIIIS ,
'' ,A. M, or .> sons ikorMfHr M W Mm I *. 11
several month Imp W roacWd In due eoun L'S 01 WI 01 Nwta IIE16. s.eunnBt
ago -. 1 Dated! M .1..... '....... tkk tW Ilk I Towship n. Reap II, mate/sins III. I!
'I j I ">f of April tans. _sore nom eo.... TW team to W -ldr f:
i" E B. LEATKERMAN, ....._ .by OrliriMto No Hit ntIM
Homestead Clerk Circuit Cast.Dad and nptMrnU team for tW ,.... \
the
Th W. M. & of
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County riorlo IM to IMI both IwliKln Mwimtlni u>
Methodist Church postponed III.tFrldll1 (Clmst Cases amt, inn
-/ JNO rIlHHO. D. C. Sold tea *.rtlf..*.. tonlWr with nil
till Monday, Apr
meeting |: :PublUhW Apr .. 11 tt. I'''. oWnrwitt emitted or k tr4 axis will WMM
1L It will be held tnjb* church to tko bhrWt bidder *t tW part j
?'' R M. In Miami on IW talk dy of April.
ftldck.Pm NOTICE TO TurDITORS
a r
I logo, Wlnnlni It tW born ot tM o rl,H* e e
In Cmrt of the OMnty lain Rosa (
o A. M *r s MO tkoMfHr u tW w ,
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d P1555 D.O. tM. ;; several I
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atc.r"ii. My roncWd I* diio roams.noted YD
Cine Stewart Mrs. B. A. tan Hut Ely D* .t ......... rWrU.. than the all ht
Waldln, Mrs. Thos. Brewer, Mrs. far ot April, INS et e rs i;
T Crrthon, I
\ Gdtch Kufeldt Mrs. M. A. B.kerl j l i .>4*: Famous Jior.r. Gals* PUtribotooi., *r Do. E.Cbrb B tEATHrR CtrraM CourtClrntt AN.. I
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Mrs. Robert Newcomb are AmlMi aM K.UUI .
clnrw r1.4.
and .
Y. and each of >** are hereby kotirM
I I ( Court BM.rJNO. :
glVmg a dinner la the clubhouse ..d roqulrad. to promt any subs *.4 d. Ny nHlfO. 11. C. A 1 1s
Ot the Woman's Club of the aRed "i..* .h._... you or either of yo* wy PoW..... A... I. is. n. said, ,
r k*" .n the exists ef Chuto H. Ely
I No modules am every.h.s inert a,1 .

II- PrUk>. BUdMt Mad by tbs Mid

Rapti bUd iMlMra. ur suede hMM mdatnp + 0 .
1 DR. R K GATLJN I DOLABERGERDentist DR.R.&AKERS Ii *e1 br a special PTOCM.tkan SMMUdf
Wade Will cd Te y tsOV" Ott

DENTIST I TwsMs.Teaave.aMytooIBuyep.k. : :
X-Ray and upsetPlab.tKllsdaodq-fata.yls/\

General Dentistry Office Seas: t a. tea to I p. is. !

First National Bank Sundays f t* U .j

Office Hear: 9am.I.Swak. Building Closed Saturdays

Sundays by appointment Free Parking Spare :

Phases: Office li. near u..a Office Hours 8:3o-t :.10 I I I7M N. W. SITS IT. MIAMI t !

Hmnettead. Fla. Opca.Eteolan by Appelatnwal PRONE i-tui 1 1weer ;:., ;

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THE tEAnER.ENTSRPKISF: Friday April' 8,1938
Pare Ten ____ ,

all iIIitlllilllliulllllllliHhIiI18111 1 III hliIi IB., Nixon, Mrs. J.:. M. Holcomb, group win investigate the worth r ,j ? RDi.AV"19 : j :'
1 4'.Mn W. 1. Laciest C 4.: MatthewMrs. */fof the d.a1.pd see if a suitablesite .,tats latebooks and was passed In t rI''a01:
Karl Morton, Mn B.A. rH>- at a reasonable eat can be 1035 with the approval and lT '- ''' -
20 Years Ago bUll, J- U. Free, Mn W. J. Krbme, found. of the governor You IIIIIS.tuft C. BRIGHT VISITS IX'i
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Mrs. L. C Beldler; Redland J Work on the municipal diamond who was governor In 1939, THIS AJXEA" I
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''M. Bauer Mr J. L. Ballard, Mni bQ park, in preparation for the per dryly commented: 1 I
WrlghtTssslstant
t 1111I111111111111I1111:111I11111I11I111101111I1YN : i Thomas Brewer, Mr F R Blakesley. coming season will lOOn be underway Senator Pepper stated he was, Dr. J. C. U. S.M

Mrs. W. K. Walton; Modello- according to Councilman Rue, heartily lav favor of the generalwelfare l lI commissioner/ ..Pt? education,..,IJa "
,.....t.e ..... ... ear.4.N I
,... tow* so the N.Ago"da i R. E. Cave, Dr. John Dennis, Mrs. who said a new transformer and act and the administration', charge of vocational education. In-
"': : MteMbM M.T. IS, Hll, : Sue Rupert. I six 80-foot poles had been ordered I program to provide generous old,
:" .. erected the facilities of the vows
IN ri.nd iWf M4| '
to floodlight the field. Council- asslatance H of be
spoke -
-"The new residence.now being
maI M It. tell wan Ik* I IM 5..i. '
...-.- ':erected by station agent J. M. man Morris reported that the page thanked and complimented by'. catlonal agriculture department
Mar. ZB/ 111 1 Kling gradually assuming shape. county would co-operate with the Dr Townaend personally for Ms'lof the 'Redland School Monday

Apr 11. till. I (Florida City. us of machinery to regrade the attitude on this question. He, afternoon.
"Henry Niles U our new post-I diamond Plans for a new grandstand -(Ipledled himself to continue to d3:I Dr. Wright complimented the department
--"Chase 4 Co. had sent off 12 master." (Redland). and I fence around the entire *|i all In his power to raise the amountof and the Redland Future

can up to Thudsday of this week. I "Those attending the all-day I grounds are Included In the old age assistance to provide I'Farmer Chapter on their work and;
and expect to swell the number Red Cress meeting Thursday were program now being considered by', a comfortable living for every aged,on the suitableness of their facllU

to at least eighteen This will make Mrs, Brewer Mrs. Bauer, and Mrs. the council. man and woman In Florida. i|tie for carrying out the in-school
a total of 40 can for the season, Chat Wright Those attendingfor la his aupporof measure toaid (feature of the program. was
t which have commanded prices the afternoon were Mrs. Kimei, I physically handicapped and(I especially impressed : their
r ranging from $4.25 to 12.35. M. C. Mn. Reticker, Mn. Dane, Mrs CITY PARKContinued underprivileged children Pepper i;recently completed chapter room,

Hardee shipped 18 carl himself Woodbury, Mrs. Cast, Sr. Mist laid,. he stood "side by tide with and made some color moving pio
last week and doe I business second Comelison Mrs. M. L. Brandonand ( From Page One) I President Roosevelt"C :|i lures of4he Illuminated landscape
only to the two big packinghouses Mrs. Caitello." I street, running east and west atone In a short preliminary talk, Sen-i featuring the rising sun, which
Last year he vent off -"Mn. C. B. Plummer and children ,. block Interval, will connect ator Pepper's record In Washington -I'surmounts the chapter president's
.5 cars and from present Indications are spending a few weeks with Krome with the proposed new N. was reviewed by W. McL. station and is the tint and only
he will exceed that number Mr. and Mn. M. J. Brownlow" C. Flnt avenue and the boulevard. Christie speaker of the Florida I(such feature incorporated In any
this sesson The East Coast house of representative Pep :
I About 35 acres of the tract will, chapter room.
Growers are packing at the rate be available for development per' maiden speech In the senate i I
asa Dr. Wright waa accompanied on
of a car a day. !SWIMMING POOLCondinued I II large central park containinga has been widely quoted In the his visit here and to Homestead

'While crossing in his car the baseball diamond and general I press and his action later on the by Mn Wright and Mr. and Mrs.
railroad in north Homestead Monday recreational center. Other floor and in committee work has
portions Floyd L. Northrop of Lemon City.
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uflrniuon April 1st, FrankAlon.o I will be grassed and planted drawn praise from veteran statesmen Dr. Wright altendel the meet.
Green was struck by the the municipal trailer camp ant with shade trees and tropical of national prominence, Mr. Ing of the Florida Vocational Association
southbound passenger train, the, the fact that be live on the premIses shrubbery It Is proposed to Christie laid. "Although Claude. recently in Tampa at
car being demolished and he mor- in his own house car. King finance the entire developmentfrom Pepper one of the newest and the time of the Florida Education
tally hurt. He breathed his last|will relinquish other work during the kale of residential and youngest men in the U S. Senate. I Association convention and ha*
Tuesday afternoon April :2nd, at (the summer month and will re- commercial Iota in the remainderof he has already earned the reputation since then 1 been engaged In a tour
4:211 o'clock."Mrs ." turn. 23 per cent of the gross pro- the area. of leadership among his colleagues -
1 of Inspection of
Florida
I jceedi of (the pool to the city under ," Christie declared.L departments -
Tom
William JenWngi Bryan Mayor Harris told the council of vocational agriculture.
lectured In the school auditorium the contract now being arranged that he had several times re. Due to the hour and the fact I
He his agreed to employ qualified that his visit to Homestead was
cently talked over the
last ludl- proposal
Friday night to a good
ence. Rev. Wm. J. Carter, pastorof I lifeguard until he can pass the with officials of the Model Land made at short notice and unherald. JtlmD])
Red Cross life-saving Senator was'' OOl1Jl
the White Stone Church, pn- necessary Co., including Mr. Hoffman, president ed, Pepper'i audience
testi.I ,
skied of the comnanv. and found small. but representative His
and introduced the speaker; ,, '
Rev B. D. Bourn pastor of the I At the suggestion of Mayor Harris them heartily I in iavo'r of any reasonable remarks were frequently punctualed I A .JJa't4. ,
M. E. Church South, led In the the city will study the questionof agreement that would with applause Introducedby oJ'" '
opening prayer and the benedictionwas I lowering the license fee on tent enable the city to acquire the land Preston B. Bird,. former mayor i, JVSTICIOF
pronounced by Rev. W J shows and other forms of traveling for public use Mr. Morris reported of Homestead, the senator was the,.. Tag
Barton of the Baptist Church. Mrs. entertainment Mayor Harris similar favorable confer lujicheon guest of a small groupof
DeCarmo of Coconut Grove pre- cited a recent show staged on ences. local friends at the Green Lantern : I SUPREMECOURT

ceded Mrs, Bryan't address with a the outskirts, of the city I which I Appointed on the committee to restaurant after his address I!

few remark on the adoption of drew a good attendance, and fromwhich open negotiation with the owners I Hotirisatxllmnts.

the Constitutional prohibition the city drew no revenue of the property are Mayor Harris : I Qtaiocntic Primary t93Stte
amendment, urging the necessity either from the prohibitive license and Councilmen Morris and FrankB. ) MIAMIMAN .
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T.e.o hw haw V. Ise. ado
of registering and voting" :i ofj flOO foe,each performance Ori Rue. They will confer with I c.-"' ''-a e..
i Irom the sale of electricity He said Pepper and Coffrln, Miami
--"Th wedding of Marie King agents : (Continued from Page Otiei i I
daughter of hlr.and Mrs. W, A. the city could supervise and cen- of the railroad land department of whiskey was found in the ditch:
King, and Cheslejr Paundertboth I> If necessary the type of enter.lit" and. If necessary. will go to St. near the wreck. Stlnson's claim a
of Homestead was solemnized at "( and at the same time derive 'Augustine to promote further de- that he was not under the Influence -

I p. m Wednesday evening in Miami tome financial benefit Appointed Italia of the transaction It U of liquor was verified by the
at the home of the bride a* a committee by Council 1 expected the committee will report testimony of Dr. J. A. Smith who
sister, Mrs. Feaster.l.'Gsultwent. President Henry 3rooker Jr., its conclusion at the next laid he did not smell liquor on the I
->O. to Key Weston were Mayor Harris and Council. meeting of the council. driver's breath either at the scene I
Wednesday where he has secured men Rue and Bird who will ana I Not only will the project remove of the accident: or later at Homestead I PuWYE
a petition?. lyse the situation and report Val I a large and unsightly tract of city Jail, where Stlnson waa
I i findings at the next meeting. \ waste land from the heart of the held pending Investigation.
"Uttle Joe Burton hid a close, Monthly statement of tax 't. but the of
city, creation I commodious i A chance acquaintanceship in
call.In Fuch's store on Wednesday I ceipts will be prepared by draw
City playground will a Miami was the beginning of the
when the little chap accidentally Clerk talph X.: Edward and mailed heavy tourist trade and stimulate ride which ended In tragedy The'Ii
wallowed a sour ball which stuck to bondholders under council local business condition from ev- victim' husband ls Frank Patton a
In hi*' throat. Only the prompt ,'I Instructions prompted by City Attorney ery angle, Mr. Morris said yes- [i shoe salesman employed at a N.1
action, of Mn, Fuchi issved
pot Ira Haycock. Mr. Hay
terday. Ave.
Miami store. She leave}
child from kin' to death," 'cock '
) also advised the Iounclthat two children. SUnson also I lr r
191'x'Gault ,$710,000 of new bonds had been married and has i
small
4 family
Apr. SEN. PEPPERContinued 1 a tMe
exchanged : -
for the old issue and He was represented the inquest'by
-"0. I. has had quite a that he was negotiating with the Ernest X.: Roberts, attorney,

serious time this past week, cutting 'owners of 1200,000 In bonds still ( From Page One) a wisdom tooth. He was unableto outstanding toe .* settlement In cost of production here and the I i,Edward Davis of Miami represent i I; .is lIow.......
eat as his Jaws were swollen line with the agreement reached coat of production In the cheap .ed the husband of the dead woman. I Ipr A sVstdsMbfaaaii
to such an extent that he could not recently between the city and the labor fields. Bitter opposition I labs dose ........ ..-'
pea his mouth. It hum some majority holders of theseobligations. from Industrial sections defeated -.awry Psi aides wick the ...

to get wisdom. 1 1"Allan hi. amendment by three vote, butT r .saswItalianAmerican woesH.BDavisCoy.yii.4sYl..repafoe
Tlbbita has had his share] Bids for the purchase of a new am going to continue this fightto = .-..-.Cosae
I
U for free
of trouble this week. E* was police car were opened and the the limit of my strength and I color cards sad
kept home from school by mumps[contract awarded unanimously to ability," Senator Pepper declared. .' co.....WomathM tuUft

and the chicken pox" I. the Bird Chevrolet Company, the Acknowledging that he was a -
--"Ben Bigger left Tuesday fort lowest bidder on terms suitable to "ye man" when It came to a Restaurant .
Ft Screven, Gan where he was, the city's ability to pay. Other question of supporting measures
Italian Spaghetti Dinners
,enl by the recruiting officer. Saw bids Included those from Redland that he believed were to the best ': or wana.o .
.ws. In the draft list but had not; Motors and Lawrence Bros. Interests of the country at large I JOB TORCIBE
been called, ao he enlisted In the I I Contracts! for supplying the city and Florida In particular, the I OB*. Dept FUrUa City I :.

engineering corps." 1f with fuel and lubricating oils, gasolllne. senator touched briefly upon his i Brooker Lumber Company ;

-"The lather of Or Mary Freeman kerosene and grease for the general support of the administration "-' II HsBM
te 4. FIR
of Perrtne, whe has been i'ensuing year are now open for program and his admirationfor I CHILD WOH'T EAT I
Rick with cancer, passed away on Ibid*. Council authorized Gordon the sincerity of President
ir mm is a UM ta BMM was
Tuesday: Mr*. Vera ColHer'was Jvey. municipal power plant sup Roosevelt 'WIth whom he was In *..)? WU MS wOi year week, UMtoM.kM 'It .
mining fife case" erintendent notify all oil companies clot IMraon.I.mpath,. He asked Cw.t M Caamias M W asks act *1 M* KM 1:OB Dwl.eeIn try t I
--"The executive committee, Jivtng. having; local representation that he be given an opportunityto VisK save Claw = ass SEND" tea a ": -
the work of canvassing for the that the city is ready to receive use the prestige gained at the wHek it" elaeie'w as".., sits'to", De. 0 ': :

, third Liberty; Loan in charge, met;affairs, to be opened at the next White House for the benefit of C'1-Z r Vi" TODACj.1 ....... ., ., w
: In the Bank Homestead building,regular! meeting two weeks hence. Florid during the next six years. + TilE
.ao1l''' ratscBirrioM Diva Man
Thursday night and organized by, A proposal from "the Phillips An attack upon the federal pension I
,electing VW. ,p. Home: chairmanand (Packing Company of Cambridge, plan m.de.jectAt: speechhere AT ANTiCMONTHL Y
W. M. Bradley, secretary. The 'Mas*., submitted through CouncilMan by Dave SholU, wherein the DR. & F. "
committee U composed of these Thomas X. Kirby, to establish former governor asserted that the STEBBINSRegistered .
offluer*.ana! Edward: Stilted C.or 'fa co-operative canning plant In j government demanded a lien upon OvteeaelrMIS MAtiIsle .. 7s.f ead/ee a
l'ucfIa.r.. Burton and A. C Craw Homestead, was referred to a 'the,, property of aged people be- TEARS'Fraetice alma tmltf Mw ... the wailaq .
A ceneril committee composed of I committee composed of Mr. Kirby, |t fore a pension WM granted,, was ta MMtsra4 IW w.l.atWlq the them thuMw .

the following' was appointed Long- Mr. Rue and Mr. Morris. This I I refuted by Pepper. That Is not Rooms and IlicCrory Mfe DM ATLANTIC. AMri" farinn. _easeaaistytlw
>
H. Ewing Mr X. C.!I Ii
ttewiH. Arcade I .-.1 sad .wt .hawMd ra.d.w .
i
Lowland, Mr*. Thorn Tucker;

Florida City--Mayor StiUng ....1 Turner's Funeral Home Dr....Leonard....... M ...\V'lIaskinGLASSES...t.asMs I Ise Thursday Hours T JO: to 10 p. m. Red '1. 1__'". sea auas
C Craw, Mrs. Cha*. Becker, I rasa a aid .......... .. ,
MAIN OFFICES
kneel,, Mn. W. C. Norwood. Mn. U-HR AMBCLAXCE: SERVICE i 11U W. ........ ......... FU.
Lee H. Lehman: HomesteadW.. Lady ........ I HI M. I** W. .- MM ] "'_: a-mi-t-ms The At'nlse Moth,. | ...... *} +*,
IX '1oIM. W. H. S'k... C. T. Fuch/ COMers'm. 1 ..... ...
Joe Burton, Mrs. T. E. Evans, L. Phone M4-R Homestead FU. J COM MCTiruoseas Dr. I. W. ......... AswrWe l






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Friday, April 8, 1988 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pale np1.


" in the Fort Lauderdale First Baptist -


WAYNE ALLEN IS I A Church, GROVETHEATRE CLASSIFIED ADS

CANDIDATE FORRENOMINATION( the Sunday School 'association i i 'I

I of th* Miami association in I

Riverside Baptist Church in MI* RATE: First Insertion 10* a line, subsequent Insertion

ami on Sunday Apr. 10. 3* a line
COCONUTOR.OVCM : i -- _._ ---- _._--_- '

NO I' j jI .tlne*> latordiy bad Sunday I 1 I
LEGAL NOTICES
J JNIOTICR
Judge Wayne Allen who seeks tie U 119. m. FOR RENT stand South Krome Ave andThird
I
i renomlnatlon to the Dade County (.... 7 wd $ Adm.:30 I St Homeitead. Fruit
r. aLt
court of crimes was born January10th I OF TALIOF TAI CERTIFt FOR RENT Furnished apt I grown by H. L Cook (flB.28)

1892 at College Hill, Mississippi I j..lleathll1l.. lilt Sunday thro Wednesday Sept downtown.I. See Summer rat Bchrent'till FOR SALE Boat and outboard I

the ton of one Re.. J. W. Moslem kJ ...... nlooo) that Porrlno April 1.-II Henry: twin
motor. Dr. Vrrcoe
Apply
or BenJ. W. MorrU. (m8tf) ,
Allen for Omni Land Composer kol filed with mewrRt.e.O'elnal
ovstflQ;!! arl a minister
, use u.e sex ..rtUlsatea Edgar Bergcsv ''Chart Me- I Florida aty. (pm25alFOR ) ,
In the Preibyfenan church. H* together with. ill subsequent emitted or FURNISHED APARTMENT. C. 1 1I
knlod talM Inoudhil the poor Its a. told r rthy. 1UU Bra, Adolph
graduated from the
was Boone- SALE
ky UM But. to odnrtUod and add the R. Bigger, 104 N. E. 2nd Av*>.J' Tropical plant citrus ,
vllle, Mississippi high school In ktohoot kkUor lot ..M M .n........ ky Mcnjou and assay ethers !. I (m4t1) j trees and tropic fruit in \

1908 and from thf University of Chapter oltaloMroAipooj IS1M ol the the following 11' Ads described ol the "Goldwyn Follies" I sesion. Jungle Grove, Redlann ,

Mississippi tins wltA the degreeof roil estate In the Coolie W lido, stale FOR SALE j road and Plummer drive.
Bachelor of Law. of norido. k.>w.4. I
,I N roi of NEli IOM a A L. Ry, No.H Tburs FrL, Apr. II. ISIren FOR AUt: IM< Fenllie fe.r.I .
After leaving the University o( of NWU ol NEtt. of NWH of .."'. FOR SALE; t acres, over-JOO
Mississippi he taught school for SW14 ol NEH of.ace K, Bntlon 1, T__. Dunne, Cary Grant IK feet highway frontage on main I deer nrdsn brand y ew paint
hip II. Range 40, oonUlnlnir ".. oem ;i
three yean In the public schools ofMississippi. men or |M>. The ta... to to sold or* *"The Awful Truth" highway from Miami to Key Job new tires. meehanlraJlrperrerlt
evidenced by CortlflraM ..... lit! ol lots West, between Princeton and ISIS Term, ..... U ,
i iHe '
md rmi'M.ito UIM for the games IMItn awe Phone II.
Scarborough.
entered the world war InItlT IMS, both ,..I..,.., imonltlne to Naranja,, Home In beautiful petting I (
KIT WEST IN !MARCH 01'TIMEt
lilt IS.
and was discharged in 1919. N.'..,. of NWH of rTEU, OEM ol lw'4 of mangos, coconut, sapo- FOR SALE Seediest grapefruit

> He served five months In Englandbut ol NE%, ES ol NEt4 ol SW{ ol NEH. dlllasrfjy l palm, polnct.has, | Me bu. Valencia oranges, >:5e
a.... I, Townoklp (I, R.MM 44, MO.Ulnliur .
and other
never reached France. He is II surge moro .r hM. The taxes tropical fnilta. All pk. Mrs. Eva Collins, Mod l1o.

now a captain In the United States to to wad ... orldonMd ky Certificate, N... Sat, Apr. I' modern conveniences, hardwood
1877 of IMt ind represents team for the door EXCELLENT after shaving lotion
,
reserve He moved to Atlanta Team lilt to IHI both ,...1...,... ._.t. BOB BAKER la I Bargain at $4,500.00. Also
In 1920 and practiced law there /at tAl 101.91. acreage If more Wanted. O. L. I i for men. Hand and face lotion

for five years and then came to ISO NO. \.01 Range NEON -O"W14., ronalninr Sortlen :, T acres. "Courage of the West" I de F ......B6IE' M, Waranje, Fla I for ladies. Make It yourorlf for

Miami In 1929.: He became as- soon or .... The ta_ to to sold oro also ,. a few rents per pint. Mater lal al '

1 slsUnt county solicitor In 1928 .and..1....ropnomtl... by CoTtlfleou team for No.the 4171 rears of IMIla IMt FLASH GORDON'S TRIP TO $500 -- Hoiuaaud; lot, no Imp1'Ove.menta. i all drug stores. Complete ,Instructions -

and served under both Fred Pine IMS, both h -lu l... mountlnt bi III.10NW 2Sc coin and name
and Robert.n. Taylor. In 193S .f KWH bo B. A. L. Hj Sortlnn MARSLEAl. I1JOO -- House and lot House hutS and address of two friend Address
S. Township II, Range 11. containing '
when Judge Ben Willard was 1141 mo moro or lno>. The Mm to rooms, oak loan, fireplace.Needs I J. B. Sommer c <, Mri.

elevated to the bench of the Criminal to sold iro ..,"">naod ky Urtlflcoto NoIHTB tome repairs, that's the M. McMlchle, 2110 N. W Beth 0
of III" md represents IMTC far she
court, Judge Allen was ap- Mir list to IMS. both Incluiltr, .mount- : NOTICES' reason for the low price All St, Miami.
to tou '-tear term In 1114 II. -- -- -- Improvements.. I
pointed a at 10t tots of NKU ol NBH, KU ol SEU olN10' NOTICE or APPI 'ATJOIf FOR TAX Has CLEAN, used toilet set, good condition f
'lUdge: of the court of crime. and ol NRH? SH of Ni>4, DEED 12500 C-room house 1 bedrooms -

) took office od October Itth, 1939. NWU of SWH of I414 Motion II. Towo.ohlp Chlptor 17'67 Art of 1IM I fireplace bath and all I half price, $8. Holllster
M, Roars 4., oontololM U MHO Fill A IMttiaUn Sage, Kings Highway, East
1.Ite i. was for seven year an of- Memo or .... The' taxes to to cold. oremldoncod k h.rrhy Olson that PrortM H I I I Improvements. Tile,construction,
itleer Jn the Junta* Chamber of by Certificate No. .00. of IMS two. .holder of State and County Tan CorMfk.lo has 3-car tile garage. This Is low R L RED FRYERS-i.lv or
and represents taxes for tile yMn loll ..... Idil Wood tko Ith dir oren-
1 Commerce, has b 063A president of to IMS, both ...... .., amounting lo'ilWU July A. D. IMa kM list Mama In price.1 j ed. Free delivery in city. Then t

I the Optiinist tTiib" And exalted offtao, end ku KiMlo.wpltaMloo fotUl oIj $790 About T acres blade, 3 535-M. McEwen Poultry Flunt ;
of NRS: ., 'U:". K: bf'No.% *t.d to k> issued tkorm Bald i j
ruler of the Elks In 1930 h* ol N A4 ol NEK md $'4 NW olMIH4. limbo roibroroi tko lollo.lii. drl.. acres pine, 4-ropm house.
was the first general chairman tot auction 10. Towmhlp II :: 40, Property In tho County ol .p.o., ..... of .$1500 Great big frame house | FOR SALE Trailer In first claw
oooulnlni 41 some njon or HMO. The to.M Florida to-wHI '
the county: of the, empty .stocking to .to mid or ovkWoood by Ccnlflcoto NoIBOf WV, 01 KM 01IJ: ol WK lit a- 10 acres pine jgtf! of pot holes.Clip condition. Inquire at IA'l'der- ,
fund. but.oonUlnlnl i make 'term": Enterprise office. i
IMI to I.... both huluoUo, imounbIni I or UM hi tho
Wesminiter: Presbyterian Church In 101 M Cmintf o< J-r Plorloa. I $1900-Small frame 'cottage, about 4
American Legion. Elk Club And W t4 W NIt\(' at IWH ol NEK. W Y ol The assessment of MM oroportyMM under 40 good trees around house, balance LOST
N\If., / NWH. NWU, of NW I. the
Hid orrllfluiU Yawed Won
Loyal Order of Moose U* is-also ol NWU aloe SKH: ol NEH of SWVi.WH MUM oT I J..-" J. M>r>lwll.UnlMO of 10 acres has been In. LOST Between Hardru PackingHouse .
a member of the Orange Bowl o* SW%. 814{ ..' NWU of Mid ,,""UI.... ....11 bood ........ grove. j
swu, of and Homestead pont .f-
NH IWd.W'SEofaW assuming 10 Low tko property doMrihrfMoroto
committee and was active In help- ol ow m* oi SEU of Ise 04. BKK -III to ...w VIM kltkoM. bidder. $3250 4-room flee on Monday, small block
.tag the eleotioli"for the Mi- HEU of iW%. Not \4.' NEU: of BKV4 M UM Court koiM door oo the flnt Moo- I proveme0ts. ,
carry SFUof,NK14 ol GU. Seethes SO Town.rtl Ur In the smooth W Dor. ,,,'. vkfeki coin purR containing key mid
t amt .UdiMn -.ao ...w .j-escntlj. II. Range 40, oonulnln 14"l Wrap i tko and day 01 ".,. 1M'. 'ii limes on 4 acres of scarified 14.SO. Reward for return tc Mrs
chairman bflhe committee ...'.* or.... The Mew to to oold orowridtnood i Aged Ibis IDtk day ol M..... KM.I land. Nice location.
speakers by Certificate ..... 411* of HIS I B. S. UCATHERMAN. W. D. Mahan. Redland, '>r to
for the American Red Cross. Sod rrproMMo taxes fur UM yoon III M Clark W Circuit Court $1990 Large frame house all I Leader-Enterprise office. (pm25)
Will, both weluohm, omoujitln to lilt 9T.' Dodo County Klorldl Improvements, tub and shower
41 Lots N, 66, 54 Lot Court Sml.a .
Circuit
>
[f Funeral Services Held IIIIEH'.t'h.f dl unty Rod, Sestiw t.Town.ship ? MI o. TERiicrr DO. baths, hot and cold water. Fine- : MISCELLANEOUS'FREE
II, Homo I'. containing 4401 agree Apr I. .. If It). i ly landscaped. Over $8000 recently -
For Saunders moro mr UM, The tests to to sold oro.vldoncod '
Mrs Geo ,
I Invested In this
place now Several well-grown
by Cortlfkoto No MM ol lull NOTICE 0' S \1.1 or TAX CERTIFI
>. and represents towo for the I".. lull CATK I offered at big sacrifice. Price spathodla (forest flame), trees
f hi lose loath looluilw. amounting to IK*.IT. I A..llc.ll./ NIL tall
Funeral. v for Mrs. Flovian:I Laos 46. 41. II, M II, 41. 14, Notice !. lM rip given the Man ..."l- Includes fine furniture and I I three feet hl.lt. Also a JakmlneHolllster .
,Alma Saunders, who Idled in Ken .n< M. Section I, Township II, Range I': ... ku fllrd with ... written request that acres land with fruit Sage Knot Kings HICli-
r..itnlnln. 104 urea more or 1 look Tho the tax ocrlirirnuo twMhor with oil (uo.omuonl l 1.6
.
dull hospital Tuesday after brief! Lovely rock house 4
new
,
low to to oM iro .vklrnrrd by Ortlfl. omitted or lovlnl >._ Including way.
Illness will be conducted In Turner 1 eats No loot ol mt md represents taxes tko rag .1'". hold lor tko auto ... ndror- '! garage, servants' quarters, patio
I I".. the room .", to IMU, both Inclusive. Hard. and mid to the htehMt bidder lot cash WANTED
Funeral Home at 10 a. m. to- some fruit around house Includes
....ou.d.. to states. a9 pmo/dd.br Charter 10114 .f the 1961 -
t day by: the Rev. C. N. Walker, All Lou 00. M and II 11<<' rIr of County Arts of the Lolslatues. upon tie follnwtnff I 11 acres of land. I
....d. Section I, Township II, described. real I ..tato I. the County 01 1>0... WANTED listings of hou-ri
"pastor of the First' Baptist Church rnnulnlnff SO o.mo mor. or.RangeNo Bute of rinrlda ,....a I $9500 This price Is ret: lced .
.The body will b* sent to Key West, HIM to. to ....4.N ovMonood by Cortlflo. Lot 4 H Ik. I Control AM to BUOMVUU. from $19,000 It Include 40 and apartment for rent Henry
; .. ..... Kill nl tut and __to U.M Tit tara to to sold oro ...*- of land Behrens ft Denj W. !Mon'la, N.
.Mr*. Saunders' former home for acres of which about 18
for the years IMI to IMS, both inclusive. depend by eortlllaU Nm IM1T ol less >odroproonti Krome north of ID-cent
.buil? Sunday. ; I .. .H'T.II. taxes for the won lost. loge. acres are In grove The house ave.
1. Lot II of County Rood, Bonito IMT and inn amounting to III.M. tore; phone &4. (slS-tf) 4
J&k.Saundfr Is dream 8 B
1 WM( borq.utn! Key I. Tnwnohlp M. Room II The UM to Bold tax rrrtlflnteo together with ohouhownnt a having or rooms !

jWst SI years ago. She came to hP -,M iro ..M....... by Certificate No. omitted or .levied taxes will Including all modern improvements. ''tI
Tsar ol 10M and marmosets tint for the no oold-to tjoe.h._ hMdrrrat She CourtHmno LEGAL NOTICES
Homestead with net husband, I I spun IOTI bi lots both Inclusive imoonuln lo MlimL .. the IKtfc day of April, : Tile floors, walk are I --- -
to II.Tl, *S.Its1! knrlnnh'%t .u honour of Ton ottark Tiffany imiim 13300 cash
JjCf-orge K.. Sauoders, an employee [ required NOTICE or Am irnTio row TAX: l'
I LoU II, II. M ... A. M. ., thoroofter tile I
14. "" on won M sump), tiricn
btlthq sts'te:road department, She fen t. T.w4wlt1 M. Rwwo 40 eeetehN' may ... ........ is due __. I I sod tiaIll"e Federal loan Chapter ttllt-Acti of I.... nk 4MOIi
v'w s-a: member of the Order o( 71,M acres nnr* or I... Th. :::: Doted M ,"."' ,. Plorldo, aha tko tPIo I for balance "W.'around 9% Interest i .h be via irMn that O H. l.r .:
I to geld oro ..,........ ky Certificate .No.IliT day of March. UMH. !! ....t't.of. Into and County To. <'-riuicofel .
t Eastern Star and the.4 RAhian Slsten. of INS and __.to texts for the. B. LPATHPRMAN. No MIO issued the Ilk dny < r Au. '
; She I la survived also by one'solo.'O11verSaunders'ot Tare lost tA loss, both Inrluolv. _.'. fUrk Circuit Coorl. IL' CAMERON; art A. I>. lit!. hM III.... -.... In ny Illoo .
lint.to III!.II. I n.d. County *.1 I Phone 71 ., 'lleinralead. Fla. ld KM mode MHillrotlno for o tai 1.
this city II, Smith of County R..4'.n.t toots (.Clreolt Court Shall| oWd to to Issued ihmnn Sold iVrtll.MM .
and by 'a brother, EdwArd Owynn[.H. ... So ..* 44Xonthui Township | >| By JNO rNNO. d.O. : .... Ito fullowlM' dn* rnVdproporty '
I, of Miami. Iih Range 40, containing to.14 nrrw moro (rublbad! April. It.,, llji,9.l.IOTIC F Rs.wht'V.; In the. County ,it palls Mate ., .
or -. The. UMI to to sold in ovt. I and at Fun-Mi' u wH i
domed oy' Certificate .... nil of leas > : JP APr:. Tlq1ClR TAI oranges, grapefruit Juice N'4 ; NUj BortnMI It. Township M I
end mproionti taxes tor tto ( : ) as.tb. St ( ...
; t years Hit Ronno in Ito \)0. !,
t CARD OP THANKSI .1.1r to logo, both lnelt.tvi, area 11"1 lo lilt.. rb-",., ITI1T-Arti of IMI Pllo A-tiM 1 LEGAL NOTICES 'wf Dido, (UW ol VmrMn. ;, I
would like to thank all of'I 57.Lots' "' ..... h hereby two that C. R. Ul The iMMimonl ol MM pniporly Midrrtto .1'i
r : It 4. a. and hot put of Lot 14 holder of II.... 14 Coontr T.. Cvrtlf. MM rortlflrow .Issued w*. b> Ito .roe '
, thbw who so, willingly l and successfully I lying No. ol County Rood. section S, I.... II... 8714 loiuod tko tot day of I NOTICE pr APPLICATION FOR T ICkiplw alt Unknown 1
; took part in- the Womanless Township IS Range 40, containing .Uorns A....... A. D. mi, kM fad MOM I. Mlofflco. DEED UnUM uld nutlrlinto .toll to raaWm ti"
<1
More or.... The' ta.- lo to toldro and boa made application for t JUT. Arm of list Mo A.IM od laoordlni- llw. Ito prowrrtl dr_ rlh. i"
I Wedding. Also I wish to P.......... ky Certificate No. IMS ., tea dead to to issued t.....,. Soldrortlrttnt Notice to barest siege! that DOM IItIIrr.|I od ttorol will to MM IP tile hhrh<->t ...... '1.
thank the Kitchen Orchestra which 1 IMI and rovnoooto taxes for tto ydonIMI omknimo, the following drorrlb.Ml bolder of state id Costly Tax OrtWk. >P ol Ito Court house door .. the rkjwtMondoy f'
j t. ms. both %.....,... Announcing n'nprtIn IKt County oft Oloo Blow ..... Hd. II. It and M. Mewl the till In the mown of M... ISM, whlhhi
has heed organised and. will continue to ....... ol Plorldn, to-wlit I 1 day of July. A. D. IN*. kM filed MM Inoiy ,i she sad del ol ..... IM. ". '
Its' good work. I tMt It. IT to '1, II to M If U ,.. Part t<1 of NK', of BWH II.M N. loM. orrleo, nod .. ipplkotlon for 1>0..11II.. .... of Monk. InM.
:, ol Uto II II. II had II lying BEIp-M: .. ... awfa. W Bt4 o4 big 14 of tom died to to ::ttonon. Bold OortlftootM I K. M. LUT"t:1IIIUIII.
MRS. J* M. BROWN County Read tint part ., litm II IIM! 44 SWW section IS, Towmklp IT Booth omoroM the Collowlno _' Clark. ol Clrr.lt I. .art
Chairman/ Redlond'P.-T. A. lying WWI of r E. C. Ry. Boetknt I.1'' Range I9 Ko.l, hi the Coonly of Dodo property I* Ito Count) of Dodo. SUM Dndo County, KWOM. ;
I Township M II..... 44, Mnulnlu IM Btou ol FlorM F Otnutt dyad Beat i
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...a AthIetIe.Depar0zsant. ...... moro or .... The taxes to to onldin. .J' nojimoot of geld property sodas 'L'I-B k L. A-** Plot 1..1 I By H, & RTtRRCrr O O.
ovldoiuod ky Certificate N... Ml, olIMI ..!< omtflnH fcmrd WM lo the same linnolo Part Mo S, PloBo.k.. It, <>... It. I0 Air t t, I
ArI'END ..4 WSW auto tar fM War Team Wl V.._... 14, I* UM CMMtr of Oofk. BUM ft .
I ,PLAN TO MEETINGS text to.Joot.II Ibgltwhy Imwluot to Unless MM rortlllroto/ shall ko rot 1,10. no embraced In Certificate No. M. ,NOTICE or Am.n'AmiN roe tn
1 | ': Local members of the BaptistW. I lihonod I ......1.* lo low. the' prawtfdooerlbfd The OMsM.ot of mid ._ DKKIItoplx
Lot J '.. .r. Cou.lr ...... BMU therein will to add to the' ARM I Ito Mid Crtifk.te Issued Ia ( ITIT-Art., ., "'" Pit. ......
M. a are planning l attend .. 4. Towels 1% Run lilt i oanulnln ... bidder ol the' Court Ho.M Hour oo .... 3J '. 1.1.,1 W.4IM fc "* drew Mill E. R iroMky. -
Jth quarterly meeting of the W. 11 norM mm or hjM The um <.. told tho first Monday. titlOt smooth ",f luvK Ixiu IS ..d 14. Block, I.. Amended holder of state and County Tax t .. iratrMonard to c.rtUlte'm li, U" ... M R.II........ fork No. 6 Plot Honk ITnoio )t.. III2K I....... Ito std .h| I
M. S. of the Miami Asjoci.tlpn.''uf' IMIintf MIN_to U_ ,or.... yooMtEDffARDSTILING "' .t. 8.93A.1 I M. la Iko C.. tr <"< llodo. SUU olPIWMl J AuvMt A. H IMI had filed MOW hi Myorflro.
1 r" I B LRATMPKMAirbid ,I o omknHOd In Me.tdnea r. N" .1 1ondor see ku made ippMnrtPin tortM.dMdjoo )
of C/"dt Corti { .. W -- -- -- ----
I bid County. rtottrUiCircuit !: the cost drtlb. Issos4 Mnorirn lh fulkiwlno d ..rHVd ;
Court oral the nuM of Unknownp I /n t Comely if **. "- r
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, I I iMu. IS !1 : Apr 1. II'j'I I 4ole r.r81.R'I. Pl 0 obPja S"t5l: LoU 17 b 'fI,, llUwk' I*. wwoiyn* .
: : :: eh. Colony :I Dndo atoll olrHorMo; n Bub. Hot liana II. poio SI, rt. j '
IMS U ISIS. both ...-. _U.. til arthropod In Certificate No. II. The c.o.,. of bod*. Btour of florldo, 3 .
9331. I :..MOnnt ol MM property under UM MidOrllflroM I The nowMOKnt .f MM. prvoorrt ..... T t
i' Hold) Ul corUflrlUI lonttor with ..in Mead WM I. the. new nl the MM WM In 11- "hene 5
or losing lease will Ml,' ....... .It. mrtlfkat.yl.ayIud t '
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Real Esfate General Insurance Houoo l 1. Miami .. the lets don: ApriLMM d oerordhui U low, tto scope IN IrMrdloj b> kjw. tto pnnajrty nVovrtWd L
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day of Mark, IMS.C. I thin rid day ol Marts. IIS*. Doted this ford ,

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Twelve THE LFADERENTERPRISE Friday, April 8, 1938

o.C.C. Chaplain Gives mileage up to 21 mile per gallon.
So rough were many of the roada
Chevrolet Sedan Record he was forced to travel the chaplain IUNIWEIT Royal
declared, that three of the Gelatin
r' '
o Detroit. Apr. 1 \record of t original Urea blew out before he 'l'PU:
,.ar'. performance lIy. ltt had traveled 13,000 11I1.... tire D Dessertsand
Chevrolet sport sedan over a repairs averaged approximately a
1" rough,arduous route connecting IS one In 1.000 mllea.'It .
Civilian Conservation Corp amps la Impossible to convey the i Prunes
In the Lewiston Ida* district baa pleasure. I have had In theme 20,000 -----tia .d Puddings
; lust been released by Hojrt K.Henrlques miles,' the chaplain aid. "Andno 11-11, >>kI. r
'. district chaplain. matter what the weather or |*r pkg.
i The year ran from Oct. S. IBM road condition, have never missed j
to Oct S, 1837,and the car covered an appointment through any fault 19C Sc
f ti 20,001 Bite of rough trawl tM of the Chevrolet" .
chaplain reported. Much of the
t o, 1 mileage... accumulated ever *
... nada that were deep In backwoods BORDEN'S SILVER COW FANCY
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mud and others that rose sharply Fr.,:. :r.\.
over 1,900 foot MU RICE '
i \ Seven of the camps were In for- MILK 3 Tall Cans ZJ.c
" eat areas, torn of them aa far 10 5 Ibs .22c
; .._.. .
accessible S SAVE THE COUPONS

construction. Only three of the II
1 Mils in the district bowled paved BALLARD'S Plain or Self-Rising MEAL or GRITS

roada.One camp, only 11 miles from 5 lb. pkr. ............ 29c
the highway, offered the roughest FI our 10 lb. pkr. ............ 55c 5 Ibs ... .. .19c
i road In the group. The chaplain 20 lb. bar........... 98c
reported it took him aa long as
; { five hour to make that 11 miles, OLE SAVE THE COUPONS Monarch sweet
all of It In low gear, because of the
t ", mud during the stormy season. JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA CORN2No.2cans..27c
S Grades and snow blocked the road RICH CREAMY
l to another camp ao that it took OMICIT NCIIIWt.___ SPRY SSe \
In hour to make the five miles on two* a awa.tiaw.sr.drOe6.r1b. .. 3 lb. can
a crushed rock road hhlghwsy ...
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The chaplain cited one grade, *(* <
the Lewiston loop, at being typical =-..-.:-...I.w'":..ads..., .. OLD TIME TABLE :Monarch Telephone
of the paved roads In the dlitrlct .... ... ..... ..... Joe I PEACHES large
...... I5c
The grade In this case ta 10 N o. 2'/z canWALKER'S
All
cosemoefa6OCrT
miles long he reported and includes IOUNOJ COIflf HOPAA.SWAorltlnitsnw I Tender Peas
. a five per cent grade for
2,000 feet Turns and loops In the 9r1 i |
' road make a speed of more than CA.eNam I .. to MlMMtUO IMOT It M I I I AUSTEXCHILI No.can .. 15cARMOUR'S

,. 3{ 2S During miles an the hour year Impossible.the Chevrolet :'.lass..:::' I I medium can. 14c
used 1,1119 gallons of lit "11 nmo""**
.. or a. average of 1793 mile gasoline per ngm->MM"y- ifojiiTneT* large can.. .. 23c i
: i gallon. Selected runs showed r I' Big Hominy

.. ) ---I OVER SEAGRAPE No. 2% can 10c

l' NOTONECENTSPENTONTHISAPEX JUICE quart...29q VAN CAMP'S

IN FOUR YEARS Pork & Beans


I' Mr,:;. Sid L. Kendrick I I Vegetables | I Fresh Meats I No. 21% can..lOc' J,

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! Manager, Pioneer Appliance Co., ,
Sunburst Bartlett
Apex Dealer, : New Red Bliss Fancy Western
Homestead,Fla. I PEARS
J Dear Sir: Irish Potatoes Round Steak

As president of the Homestead Business lb. 25c I No. 2V2 can 18e
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10 Ibs. 23c
I and Professional Women's Club, I take pleat .... ...
I sure in thanking you for your kindness in donating i : DRIED BABY .
the use of one of your fine, large Apex Country RollBUTTER I
SNO BALLCauliflower
ti refrigerators during the Fruit Festival to our II LIMA BEANS
club. The members will appreciate the cour-
/ I 21bs. .. ... 15c
tesy very much. lb. 35c
t .. ... ...
t {t I have owned an Apex for about four lb. .......... 12c DOMCO '

years and it has always given satisfactory ser I CREAM
I ; vice;in fact, not one cent has beer expended I'I'P Butter
I' on it to date. '. I WINESAP CHEESE

! Flora D. Myeri, J i APPLES !21b.jar ......:25c
t President,Homestead K P.W. C. lb. .. ... .... 22c

t\ Homestead, FIa.*Mar. 12Tae 5 Ibs. ....... 24c I Helm Assorted; '"
Fancy Western, boned
i farseeing Mia eane t*aa unsolicited and b wed with SOUPS
t the BOTBssaieai ef the writer t* whom we bow our thank, and rolled chuck

Apex 1938 RefrigeratorsThe Golden RipeBANANAS Beef Roast ,2 medium cans 27c


, only balanced American line -regularly dry refrlga. i lb. ... ... ... 25c Heinz FreshCucumber
ration air conditioned refrigeration and two-tone refrigeration I 3 Ibs 13c
......
with the cold storage compartment We have terms I Pickles
to fit your pocketbook. Call for a demonstration Boned and Rolled Fancy
I!
Long Stalk Crisp Veal Roastlb. family size jar 25c

PIONEER APPLIANCE CO.
CELERYstalk ... ....... 29c Family Pack
L L tr.rDafcz. Mgr. I

.. L 0. O. F. Building Phone 43 I ........10 PICNICHAMS Coca Cobs

II I a to II ... .mag. 6 bottles... 25c

Fresh Green lb. ... ....... 21c ,plus deposit .

HARRY'S WELDING SHOP I LIMA BEANS .. Sliced, Breakfast ,Brown Sugar ;


rertaU tteetrto aged I'UNCQ'O."f.Acetylene WaUuu 9Ff.A. M dltasdet Blecka, I 2 Ibs. ...,.--.19d. .f BACON 41bs. ........ '25c :;

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CrUder Heads Atasahm Caattogf M4 a Ib. 35c
-.-....... Chase. & Sanborn
\ :'AiVne4lTe Machine aepaM.g.-Gaining to garage bs aaata I' .
rtaf Ktrtag M4 aligned r-aanlnf, ......u., r4 peering I Carrots or Beets COFFEE
MfJ, kertag tdM eyDader ...... I Fresh local dressed

I EXPERT.t *, QRKMANSHIP GUARANTEED j 2 bunches. Fryers, lb. .. 35c Ib. ...... .... 27cPace
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