The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00170
 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 15, 1938
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00170
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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LQCALBOARD ,{Fireworks First Conspicuous 1938, Democratic by AbsenceAt Rally Here!'PLEDGE CASH FOR BUILDING, I

AS MART AID' I:tint Voter Opportunity of South lo Dade hear candidate had their:! CANAL, MARKER LIGHT AND I I

4a |for aisle and county offices In the

WINS SUPPORTChamber rally,current staged political by campaign the Democratic at .i NATlfALPARKPROMOTIONSCHOOLS ) !

'committee' in American Legion

'park Saturday: bight -- )

Sponsors Move} 'I Marked by the absence of the Membership Campaign
To Create Central 1 i customary "fireworks" the meetIng [ Is Part of Ambitious .

Grower Council was smoothly well-attended with the and aid proceeded of-;BY FREE HEALTH Future Program t

MORE UNISON IN the new broadcast and time clock -- \
equipment provided by the county ENTIRE BOARDIS l
committee. E. C. Chronister, REELECTEDTurner !

precinct committeeman, was assisted
Avocado and Persian Lime in his duties as chairmanby I t

Growers Are Chiefly Mrs Mauls I. Bradley, precinct I Dr. L H. Dane of the state board Chosen President l
commlUeewoman.i i of health will begin an Immunization -
At Annual Election J
program In the Redland District -
i particular local interest were 21 Mrs.IJsne Of C. of C. Officers
on Thursday Apr' ,
the talks of Mrs. Nell K. Walker, f fIn
Initiation of. a movement to.atabllah I O. Nesbltt, school nurse nInounces. -
Incumbent, and Charles G. Turner,
a local board of control He will be In the Florida
a I one of the snapped sessions
i her opponent for the third district
among avocado and Persian lime! ; 1 the school City school at a:39 a. rn.; at the Redland District Chamber of
position on county
grower of the Redland District board. In the absence of opposition ,I the Homestead schools at (-SO; I Commerce has known for sometime f fi

was considered by members present to County Commissioners JT and at the Redland school, at 1 i the organization voted to
as one of the major objective PRESTON a UK o'clock.. S
toward the
>. Redd and J. Lamar Paxson, the appropriate $1.000
of the Redland District Chamber i school board race provides the,i He will give the Schick test and building of a permanent community

of Commerce In Homestead at the annual Wednesday meetIng SERVICES HELD I I only aspirants to public office from 'toxold for diptherla, typhoid Immunization center In Homestead and (300 for
night the lower end of the county and vaccination for Installation of a blinker light markIng j
i small the entrance to Mowry street
The movement voted after Mrs Walker dealt with the largely pox.
was I FORPRESTOrjLEE'flONEMEEJDER I All -ehlldren who will enter canal The chamber also reelected *-
\ an address by George L. Swan, : Improved financial $j) presdent of the Redland;OkWct gountyschool iy >. tahmunloation-it"diet .rMIl.. '
j 1i ; unanimous choice of all menvbfVs
tem durmjner two !terms of office.
Improvement who told -
INesbitt, says.Mothers present at the annual meeting 1
Ills fellow chamber members that Bonds, formerly valued at ': of small children over on Wednesday night.George
complete co-operation between the 25 cents on the dollar are now on
of this wits the market at par value, and to the age of six months should bring W Turner. Jr., wits again
for Preston
growers arear imperative Funeral H.j'Lee '
I the children to the schools for Immunisation.
chosen at the organization !
] the virloui school plants new president
if .
prices for; their product who died suddenly Wednesday If they have already -
were to be held"at"* profitable night at his. home on Halnlln classilooms averaging 100 yearly conference which followedthe
should be
had toxoid
general session. All other :
level drive, near Goulds, were held Sun- during the past two yean have I
tested this time.
Shirk at
Mr. Swan cited the united stand ay at 2 p. m. In the Goulds Baptist been added as well ss extensive officers were re-elected including '
Each school child has been given
of California (Continued on Page Four) O. B. Parker, first vice-president;
avocado and citrus Church, with the Rev. Noah
I ifthla
I blanks to take home and Dr. John B Towen second vice-
growers, whose 100 per cent co- Peterson In charge, assisted by
blank is filled out by the pirent president, Charles G. Turner, secretary .
cperaton with one another had the Rev. C. N. W.lker.nd the Rev
l I I Martin and Storey Go /, the child will receive Immunisation and Thomas E. Kirby, M
brought the most satisfactory re- Moore of Fort PIerce. Burial was
(Contlnued,on, Pager.Twelve) I In Palm Cemetery at Naranja. Free on Robbery ChargeAfter '" and leathers treasurer. Serving with them on
--4- Thla week 80 pupils the board are Ben Archer and Paul
The esteem In which the community In the 'tenth, eleventh and Reynolds.
Headline Orchestra To the had I preliminary hearing be-
held man who twelfth grades of Homestead The $1,000 appropriation for a
Be.Guest* of Lions Club I served three terms as county commissioner Core Peace Justice S. L. Kendrick High School were tested for tuberculosis (Continued on Page Two) i
and had been a prime I last Friday, Frank Martin and and all positive reactors

The Scruggs-Lauritano boyi ,!mover In road building, drainage, :Sidney Storey, Homested youths I will be X-rayed at in early
orchestra, a group of Miami High I I citrus canker fighting and grower ]I held by the local police on alleged date without charge Dade Growers Get $25,678

School musicians who have been co-operatives was attested by the 1 larceny charges, were released In Redland High School 08 were For Soil ConservationChecks
In the newt headllaes recently on!floral offerings which filled the I from custody for lack.. of material tested. it
account of by'twlghbon 'entire" front of the church. Music witnesses.
legal action taken totaling $2S(7I, representing &
was furnished by the choir, accompanied Dismissal followed the refusal the federal I
objecting to their re-j| allowances under )):
Marsala, win be the guests of the by Mrs. Walter .O. tf Mrs Pacetti, from whoa fish ROBBERY SERIES soil conservation program, 'i
Redland District Uons Club at Talbott I market OB C. Flagler avenue were have teen distributed to growtrlof tJ.

r the clubhouse next Tuesday night Mr. Lee was born on a farm in I stolen gasoline, an outboard motot SAID SOLVED AS. Dade County through the office .*
In a letter received yesterdayby Hamilton County, Florida In 1077. I and blow torch last week, to prose of Charles H-JStetfanl, agricultural 12'\'

.. Charles'.Pratt, club president, He received his. schooling it Jasper t cute the case It to understood agent during the past three weeks. 11 I.

Dana Scruggs father of the or- ru.r.nd attended the Jasper the boys have returned to their NEGROISJAILED The checks have been Issued In i! ';
I II :
theetra leader, accepts on behalf,Normal Institute. He came to I employment In the civilian con* ,groups at Intervals .f about ten .. .
.f the bon an Invitation to attend I (Continued on Page Ten) I servation camp near Kendall. days and thermal batch, approximating '
the weekly luncheon and promises' Fred McRae, "Homeitead been
15OOO.h.t yet
in entertainment that will justify Rotary Motorcade to Island City drew a sentence of twelve received at the Homestead office j ,

t crowded attendance at the Imprisonment when l'earo.l'of the county agent but to expected i
tng. ; Makes History for Homestead Club fore Judge 'Ben Wlllard ;
dally, Mrs. Mae Tweedcll, treasurerof ( .
criminal of record :
meet'f CC\1.Irt
the county 'soil conservationboard &1
Easter Sunrise -- He pleaded guilty to charges of said yeiterday., Kf
Extending personally: their congratulations clubs In the country grand larceny Ind to breaking and
> In Legion Park Setting to Key, West upon the The significance of the event entering jeveral Joe.l.buslneaa. Applications: for government j Ii
i (i opening of the pveriea Hghway has bees recognized by national houses recently At. the prelim benefits'under the 137 program
I The Redland District sunrise ,a motorcade composed of 33 Homestead headquarters of the organization, (nary hearing before Peace Justice totaled 303 or nearly 30 per cent '

Easter service will be held in the j;, Rotarians and their wives and special article will appear .a U Kendrick en Tuesday, more than the previous year Forms
American Legion Park at 8 o'clock ;left here yesterday morning for the shortly In the "Rotarian," offUclal I the negro was committed for trial SRM-20S, asking for supplemental ",
Sunday morning. j;Island City where they were met publication of .Rotary Inter I under |SOO bond. data to the 1037 work sheets, are
The program win be as follows: i itymn by a welcoming committee and became national The; magazine has a McRae was tried on five separate being mailed to all farm and grove

"My Faith. Looks Up to:t, the guests of the Key West circulation of several hundred county under warrant signed by operators v4x participated In \
Thee", Invocation,,the Rev. C. ri.'I:Rotary Club at a noon luncheon. thousand and to distributed to the Sub-Tropical Experiment station last year's program. Front this.

Walker, Scripture, reading, the After a tour of the'cty the.H me- tariaos throughout the world. rto.l Burton's Department Store, will be obtained the information .
Rev. J. W Parker, prayer the ',sled clubmen turned their cars (Continued on Post Twelve Homestead Grocery, Max's, Department necessary: to, "ta'llllunt,

Rev. George C:: Deuel, duet, "Sun-',north, returning here the, same : store and Simmons' Bar acreage quota ind goals for each 1 ..
rise Tomorrow," Mrs. S. L West ,day THE WEATHER :1 after he had confessed to breakinginto farm In the district, according to

ind Mrs W M. Flfleld accompanied | Motion picture. equipment was OHkU MUMr MMrt ..at* ........J these places of business about the letter of instructions enclosed "s
by Dr. Carl Robinson; Easter: I Included In the motorcade ..ndplct1.ll't1 1....._ sews. ...-.. rawwOaf. two"weeks ago and $II the theft of with the form by Count Agent
message, "Three Thrilling Words. were taken along the hgh- a pick-up truck from the experiment Steffani. '
I Mu.1 1 ads
the Rev J. J Richards, hymn, "All!way. for exhibition 'Jaler. -'Not "1'I 1 tt \1 171130.001April \) station, wherehe had been .

Bail the Power of Jews' Name";'only was this the first civic group 8 I 12 I 72 |IZII.891| employed for the past two years. ICHOOL HOLIDAY ON APR. M i

benediction. the Rev. C. G. Nelson.)In the Ulnted States to Invade Key April 10 I 73 |157 | The negro was captured by J. I. Friday of next week la Fellowship t,,I,
The program committee war.,West In a body over the new highway April 11 I 73 92 !130.211| Coked, night poMceman. last Sunday Daf for teachers of the Dade .
Composed of the Rev. E. L. Nelson! but It also represented the April 12. 1 1'1'1 liS 130 13| night in the act of trying- to County* schools who haw planneda
the Rev C. N. Walker and the Rev. Initial meeting at a joint session April 13 I gO 5( 30.1C: .6lI saw through an upper window of fun day's program. The pupils. tt I twin

1, J. JUcbards.: J 4|*the two southernmost Rotary pr1M 14.....c... M I B* ,,10.111 (Continued on Page Three) enjoy holiday. (.. f::

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Two THE LEADER -ENTERPRISE to Friday, April 15,1938

p j ,....,. I The Rev. Gao. J:. Deuel- the a report of their findings.A Dmwl. the Rev. and Mrs. Harley

, SPANISH CIVIL 'i Homestead anglers and boat, Rev Harley R. Con and Mr. ..-_k luncheon was en-!H. 601. the Rev. and Mm. C. N.Walter .
t'' owners have long felt the need fur I II Nelson were appointed to ssrveas Jo7ed by tile maaaiien and their and the Rev. and Mrs. t

WAR REVIEWEDTO i a marker Tight u.M will guide themItlHough a saanlslttae -.....r lie tree wilwes: (fee RaSr. and' Mr*. A. M. t. Nelson..

I shoal .atltnl their mooring eantlvais IM oonnaoet wish ."I Vtpien. Ole He.. and Mra; J. W.I The iasofatten will meet at the
place .to tin aiMffiy street. canaL low ,.,. Feetlvgl, and to .. Port, the Rev. and Mra. Gco. E.:. Con h*M UONS CLUB .
Although the fight will Mltbe

at In offfctalty mwlgaMr waters. ""'" ..... '''..'''. '' ,.. ....... ",,,.... ,, "....... ..,..... .....,..,,, .. ""' ...."..."......................UO..uhlIJ1iW....,,...... .. .""......"..'
will .be maintained the :
by : :
An Insight into the causes and ,
U. S. Lighthouse Service after iti i
effects of the civil war in Spain.
v.as liVen to Redland District has been Installed chamber offlUala : j

UDM Cob members Tuesday thfcy have !been informed. Prompt Easter Special! ,
*of. & RIIS Owre of the Tftt-'action as bring taken.to
UM marker sa soon at possible. '
waft f Miami. principal speak t
r A IIIftDbenhlp lit umo< $2J

3 yewi'ln evening Owre Spain, who and feat special-1 spent r WIld KatKnal R. Uvlngslon by:.Park.:Jh*' ; Homestead Haberdashery ;

f believed lies la Spanish the conflict: history wouldcxtend said he, explained the/, :

y .( over a loaf period and that publicity. fund 1 I Next to Post Office ,
that the association now ,
eral Franco, would trying {
to raise in Pads County. I ,
emerge si UM winner and fib a.a-j
a new 'form of government With wr ambitious and lengthy) :
t I type *f ,government entirely 'program of civic advancement : Shirtcraft Shirts TIES .
.; ferent from now la existence" planned for tine next twelvemonths ; Non-Crush
any Non-Wrinkle
uie'cH .
lriber of commerce:
he ..Id. I Regular $1.65 Shirts
I: While Franco represents the,will make:,<4 intensive drive for ,: now D-'I'' $1.w value I now 2 for $1.65

': UTnjrictorjy and land owning fsotiona support*.in the"We way art of new not membership particularly -- Regular $1.95 Shirts, now $1.65 Others w--- 2 for .........._....... $1.00
S and not thai mass of the
in need of funds, the five
Spanish people his conservative f
dollar membership fee ia not essential
party holds the balance of armed, ; HATS
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power and will Inevitably wear to our future progress,' FRE. \IAN SHOES !
but do need the moral support ;
I we Straw Felts i
don the opposing loyalists the or
and attendance at meetings of all lArtf .
peakcr believed. He reviewedbriefly 1 of our businessmen and grower. any style 25% off : !
it' the history of Spain and I .
detailed the events which had led i Jo order to put over the program"'
which the chamber ia planning;
up"bloodless to the present revoluUon-strife of since I93J the i I Mr. ;Turner said.Appointed I : Little Gents' Shoes, regular t.3d A few men's regular 3.95 Shoes, ;

; when ea Mn, Alfonso abdicated.I a* a commute on value now .. .. .... ... .... $1.00 broken sizes, now............... $3.09( ; ;
the current 'jmbtrnhlp drive
i. Ora E. Chapin. another guest, I
were E. C. CMvnister, Charles H. I
:- : speaker and a special representative I
,,Steffaiu. J. W. English and Hon\\
of Lions International told!, : All-Wool Gabardine Trousers ; s
Brooker Jr. At the next meeting $6.25
; of the progress of Llonlsra In FlorIda. -!i t

;. He recently installed the!I I'tee two will week report hence and this will commlt-I: ygynnnnunnnunnununuruunnuntnn' 'r'u vuum'vuuutnncvunnrt" ""..."" ....,..".....,,,,,..,,.,,,,,... .,,,..?? ,".".,."..'"".. .,,,....".""."
t state's fifty-first Lions Club at
'. I will carry on the work of its pred-
was now planning to establish -
ecessor. It was thought that by
new In Key West
Coconut Grove and Little River In alternating the committee: per-
sonnel more Individual contacts
t' the near future.
I would be made and the membershp ,
The Rev. Harley R. Core paid I
a special tribute to the late Preston I campaign thereby strengthen Better
H. Lee, whom he had known BuyBUICK
I At the suggestion of County Agent
Intimately for many years The I I .
Charles H. Steffanl. the board will
program consistedof
consider the worth of creating
songs by Mrs. Tom Torbert accompanied I I
permanent committees for agricultural -
by Mrs Carl F. Robin...
Industrial and other activities
son.Other I ,, similar to the System employed "
; guests Included Eerie
by Miami and other leadIng -
I Middleton deputy district governor -I
chambers of commerce.: Each
W. H. Shepard. Cecil Montague
Elm Baker and H. N. Fairbanks of group to be responsible for the
'[ result attained in Its own branch
Miami. S. F. Lynch of Homesteadand
the Rev. A. F. Vivian of Philadelphia -i jot the work and given power to
Pa.Chamber. 'I! act. subject to the approval later
01 the directorate.i
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S Backs Ministerial Association i

Backs Movement Banning
} (Continued from Page One) I I. AU Liquor Advertising I '
community building will be the I, -- -
nucleus for a fund that ia expected i I: The Redland District Ministerial Coupe $1107

to draw a substantial grant from Association, at a meeting held at
UM federal government when the the home of the Rev. and Mrs. E.

chamber and city combined: later L. Nelson Monday, went on record Tudor Sedan $1132 .'
ask for WPA aid In putting up a., aa approving the W. C. T. U.'s petition .
structure In the heart of town that!: to congress: to outlaw all,

will be creditable to any city re-' liquor advertising in the press, on I

Seedless of slie. Definite plans the radio and on billboard Tudor Touring Sedan $1157 .;.
for the new project are now in'' decided also that it should be The//
the making. President Turner aid in all churches of the diltrlct.f

Fordor Sedan


You Have It Fordor .Touring' Sedan $1198

; but; do you,Iwise. itsIn ,' Fully Equipped : .


Your Business the telephone DELIVERED HOMESTEAD ,. .
: f !br'\ 'H- < 1I

; should never be m ",ikn' partner.- I e_ : .,..,.J .. i

Use it, and particularly, remember that a long ,: Better see us before you trade r .j

distance call is a swift and economical way to .jJ

buy-sell-collect-in any part of your territory. J

Study the list of rates to other cities in your telephone Preston B. Bird Motor Co.Homestead ;

% .
will find
directory., for there ypu a picture I. "'i

of the low cost way to get action on many .
Phone 18 -

a business problem. To buy, sell, collect, use :

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"Long Distance." '
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April 15.1938 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE ."auvw Thaw

the seas future _. _...... JRoad.to Kmmau: 'J'be.people' bout lor..bom,. and girls Sid.Also a. Dessasst1e '-"Iabat -
J. PAUL BROEKER I It 1* Mr. King Intention to!' 'a choir will at 1.30 The tagaaod Iftterlpr the souse ap-

drain the pool on Fridays of cash(Extra sealing will be p of the community are in- pmimaw* UOOd, atjtswtwg toFIe
HEADS AVOCADO week and scrub the floor and the ushers to take care of attend all of the aervtoe. ldier Bryant assistant fire
sides thoroughly with blucston [flow congregation. The ----- ehief. The home wa unoccupied.
and other cleansing and antiseptic nity is invited.Evangelist. Series i I the family having left for Georgia
LIME GROWERS\ compound The tank will be left I I i pearlier I In the day A cairlcsMy

empty to dry and bake in the sun dropped cigarette is believed 10
Lloyd I I I
until it 1* refilled about noon Saturdays From Pan One) have caused the blase
J Paul Broeker, a leading Red- he said yesterday Gifted In Religious Grocery store while I
land citrus grower, was chosen on the roof of an adjoin-j: t

president of the Florida Avocadoand Easter Musical Program The speaker,the Rev l', In hit possession
Persian Lime Growers at a I of Orlando In the revival hack-saw, monkey-wrench, I !
meeting of the newly-elected board Arranged by Methodists which commence April and knife, described I .
of director in the temporary office First Baptist Church of a* burglar tool i ,
of the Naranja packing plant I A full prolEuter music Is gifted in three distinct of McRae I* supposed I InI i
last Thursday night He succeeds has been arranged by Irving J religious work, announces a recent minor epidemic. it
Col. Alva Lee, who remains'Lyon director of the Homestead C N. Walker pastor of the entries and petty thievery, t
on the board. I I Methodist. Church choir, announce the negro denied he we tI
'Evangelist King la a \
Other officer elected Included the pastor the Rev J J Richards..an soloist of marked abill" several entries other than i
,The choir will be augmented by a In the warrants. !
W R. Watt, vice-president; Robert la known all over the '
C. MacDonnell, secretary, and number of guest linger from the,'Uncle Res' to the conduct&F that cash "to get his teeth
I musical circle of the Homestead his sole objective
Buckner Beasley. treasurer Dr.
young people who have
'and Florida City communities, and(
J B. Tower was originally chosen his story hour over the I'I t
M treasurer but later declined to i the Easter program will be one of'in revival service Does $1,000 Damage

serve In view ot the pressure of the the outstanding season. musical event of have heard him preach :& House in Homestead GeneralPublic I
other duties
them a lasting impression
I The program will be given at 11 I
Serving with the officer the wonderful messages that
on action by the Homestead
a. m. It will consist of the following
board art Charles Pratt. F. M.i t numbers: prelude, "Spring Song" Rev Long studied at the :: Sunday saved I Utilities
Dolan. Lawrence Pope C. O. Cal- J I Bible Institute in New destruction a residence
j (Mendelssohn) Mr J. D. Redd,
derwood. J. M. Holcomb, Ralph H, pianist;processional hymn "Crown,and I Ia author of the Fourth atreet and Fifth nemesle.a ft... St1S-A1
Done Merle Slane, W. H. Sheffield -(IHim With Many Crowns" (M I Christ' Homestead i* : occupied until recently by ,
and Colonel Lee The selection I fortunate to have Rev
I Bridge) choir: Invocation response i
of a general manager ot ,the two week of revival.. iI I ie
"Hear Our Prayer". choir:
the association will await the next |Mr Walker said. r GIVE I
anthem, from llth Mast
meeting the directorate I 1 I While in Homestead It I
(Mozart), soprano solo, "Open the
All member ot the association Gates of the Temple". Mrs. Win.I nounced Evangelist KIn AV, D ERI PEPPER
an urgently requested by the new I Musselwhlte, offertory, "An Easter -I,speak each evening at I
president attend a general meeting Dower1 (Worrell), Mrs. J. D.I!He will also deliver a full fetal in Th United $tatu> S nate"I I
In the temporary plant at Na- Redd; presentation of alms "The I Bible conference lecture ', ,
ranja on Monday night at tight Risen King", choir; anthem "Sanc morning at '30 on ''The I IXRfNEJni
o'clock. Report on the past ton" (Gounod), soprano soloist for Christ Mr King will
season's operation will be mad the anthem, Mr*. Lewis Brandenburg -
and plans laid for the packing and ; sermon theme, "Five Great f ft
pin distribution of the record Meaning of Baiter"; benediction i
crOp of avocado and lime which'
response, "The Dresden Amen",
1* 'anticipated. during' the coming choir I
ae lon. I At the conclusion of the pas 1 1w.
Seeking an appropriate and toes sermon a large class will receive
clever name tor IU output' of Persian -" Christian baptism and be I
|ima e association! 1* offering received Into the church. This will
a prize| of five dollar fora be the .third class to be received:
title which Cell be ,Used a* a I Into church membership since the I
trademark to aid the efficient recent revival

marketing of this RodlanJ District I At the evening hour the pal
product The context Is open to tor' sermon theme will be "On the II
the public at large and the names
I submitted will be passed upew by '
a special committee appointed for mIffiJ ( _
that purpose The person' who I
I sends hi the best trademark name
for Persian limes win promptly
receive the prize In cash Entries .' JUSTICE

I should) be malted to the assoi ;a- ))1)1II
tion'sotter.. 0' TNI
Chill Winds
Keep Away

I Bathers as Tool Opens SKir
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A corporals 'guard of hardy VtocntteG&L,PriH/7.I'JI_....
swimmers braved unseasoned temperatures ,--c--__-___ II'I
and.chilly breeze and i
took \ In several I
., their/lift! plunge
r month Inter the municipal swimming
pool,when U wa re-opened
to the public last Saturday About

25 customers' patronized the big "\ fB were pretty sure we bad a treat car actually outselling one of the Hit Three ofWheelOlllOmontba

tank over the week-end according -, ROOFING CO. VY atfo we checked: the lowest-priced field.
to H.Clinton King whe recent.,
)y undertook the pool management f final blucpriota on. the 1938 Buick. It'uHlllOia ahead-not car Number Seven

ender contract with the city I t It had the new and mighty DYNAFLASH caor Eight, M one might expect by its price :;

Mr King aid he expected a'' Johns Manville ; tine for sparkling action-the sensationally clsss, but one of the scuon's Four net '.
record attendance during the coming -
summer month and if conditions Bonded Roofers desirable Toaou .Ful SPRINGING for a Sellers!

Justify, he hoped to promote I lullaby of a ride. There it only one explanation of such aLooking

swimming and diving meet later SHEET METAL CRAFTSMENMmfxtenn ahead in that promisuyt: day, we record when made by a car in the thousand- :
m the :year He hal employed !
Fred Sweet of Homestead, expert of the ftmm figured we had every chance jetting; our y'tltnar bracket

Swimming and diving Instructor tales hare by reason of what this car gave
G&LSOLAR Such a car i* *o good-ha* 10 much of value
affiliated with the American Red I
the buyer for bit
money. in jt-people Just wont| do without itt j
CI'OIIUYe saving branch a* life- HEATER (
guard. While the pool la of : Now when times are sterner,it appear we 'They buy it not only in preference to other '

standard A. Ai U. dimension. Its I built better than we knew-we've tot a car cart they buy in preference to waiting for I
membership la the national group Tae aN anN.d is ace WWI
.sus ..ants ., t..sw w folk just wedo without easier time and readier moneyto-ipendl ,
hat lapsed, but will be renewed In "
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......... This great new Buick was Ant introduced That's the convincing tort of car you're .i

......t... to the puUiavlaat falL Through) SeBemberOetoben about to drive whets J'OIIInt....the wheelofaWWBufck. '

t t t8 "10004q4,16&, 'of' ",-11>. N eaabciy it aotd-am steadily bear -* *
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Your Car t sliding ofT It went ahead, in on* mouth I

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Tops and Covert..TrimmingScat NOTAET rustic i gJ" 4 Y

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Painting: : Fire Insurance and

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i Pare Four THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE! . Friday,:April 15r 1938-

Walker asked to be returned on by a representative from Orangi.County ,. of representatives. Hi*"" havoc GLORY OF EASTER ...+
mE E. Gordon declared. of measure to protect the avocado
.......... .-.. N .-.... of-, Mr Gordon said heW oppose industry and farming interests _Eorroa-* wore:, lib Mnrt h I
Ii r M me a..ft r asa.aau a. uA put president of the local any form of sales tax and I win be continued If he I* returned r or-M. CM*._MM* *M. .JolM.At ......

alas AM'.a CAN"sraaloarg ; Parent-Teacher Association.Charles I would work for equalized distribution to office he assured his hearers.Dade 41..1 Cbw w

UACII AnNCRso", G. Turner briefly reviewed I of tax revenue whereby He also promised to introduce a !
once again the glory of Easter
blU that would make fruit teal- -
i his legal training a* government County would get her full properturn. -
nerved s. ..... .4w. .saw attorney la Washingtonand I He also promised If heto I Ing a felony and would try to fain dawn, let every Christian go I
I' Is-" a. mgrs. .s ':.:.YD. :: :: bit local business career slaw I'elected, to Introduce a II larger appropriation for the locals forth to crown our blessed Lord
10.0.0" VOW""
"II' 290" a 5575.atrserartmeI. coming to the Redland District a I strengthen the state health I experiment station and the Everglade with the loyal tribute of our heart's
number of year ago. At present I and to lei that TO per cent of tilt, National Park "1 thinkI devotion.
..Ita MM A TSAR I a member of the Redland school Job at the race track were I know: what Dad County moods
\ board of trustees for the second I signed to Dad County men. In the way of legislation and win Upon our home let His name beInscribed

< "Whatever degrades a neiahbor-I time. M.', Turner said h* had always Candidate. In legislative Group, make an honest effort to obey the "King of King and Lord '
hood can degrade a country. striven to Improve educa- ; t Included H. Ernest Overstreet, win of the people if I *m reelected of Lord"
,,4 TIle old notion that people can] lional facilitie and had taken .1 I incumbent Mrs. John W. Watson, W Overstreet aald.
keep to themselves and not be II( leading part In bringing to the Sr., J. 1C. William and W. W. In the triangular race for the "lit U risen even a* H* aald."
touched by what I* happening tot 'school many of the modern playground Wood, all taking their allotted ten office of Judge of the court of The word of the angel at the
., their neighbors, or even to the I and classroom convenience I minute on the program.Mrs. crime, brief talk were mad by empty tomb are caught up and
people who live a hundred mile{which it I repeated by million of Chriftiani
now possesses. I Watson appealed to her Judge Wayne Allen, incumbent
V; off. to a most dangerous mistake I Declaring that he did not consider I'audience to "try a woman once in Edward L Semple and Tom Nor- all over the world.
that w* ar* memberat
;/! Th the local school situation entir- the state legislature" She pro fleet "H hi risen! He I* risen! Theorgans
of another I* not a men pl-
,: one formula to be reputed In church |II satisfactory. Mr. Turner asked 'posed to put all money from tax Mr. Semple. Miami attorney and of the world thunder '
.. without .meaning; it I it a literal| his audience to place him in a ation In the general revenue fund former municipal Judge of Coral them. The lllle on the attar whisper
for any though the rich and of petition to correct this situation for just and equal distribution. She Gable, called attention to the them. Th trees, In the cold .
l', the truth town: can avoid living with the I and gain for the schools of Home-: said she would work for a state fact that there la no candidate for north land, bunting into new leaf '
h'' U cannot avoid dying with I itead. Redland. Pen-in and ITorla marketing bureau aet-up to sell re-election to this office a* the re-echo them. They make Easter
poor. the eomn" City the same recognition in aurplua crops at a reasonable profit Incumbent Was appointed to fill the greatest of all day ia the
It when
., -Georg Bernard Shaw. the way of facilities that had been to the producer. She believed a vacancy by Dave Sholtz, former' whole Christian year
granted to schools In the Greater In reducing costs of the biennial
i governor Citing hla own professional With adoring love and thanktulnes -
xj'J, I Miami area, Aa a mean of gaining legislative session, and would be and personal qualifications we hasten to remove the
Easter this end. Mr. Turner pledged aided in her program by her husband for the office Mr Semple com- cruel crown of thorn from the
his full operation with other tilt former state senator mented upon the fact that this contest -
)fv (Written by .... flaw K. Reel feet brow of our triumphant Saviour
member of the school board it this district
from was outstanding for its gentlemanly -
min Marte Beaker) I and "bring forth the royal diademto
$ elected i }. K. Williams centered his talk conduct and entire lack crown him Lord of all'
<', I bring a beautiful basket I George E. Holt, candidate forreelection upon the alleged Inability of the of animosity between the con
> Of flower M bright and say I to the state legislature Incumbent (.Overstreet) to understand testants.Judge

'.- Lilies. and vine and roses lID Croup 1. said that "political any of the bills upon I Norfleet reminded hi listener .

And they *U aeem to aay 'promise were easily made 'and which h* voted at the last 1I,111a.1 of his terms aa former Judge

darkened j broken" but that be had kept his tu.... Mr. William promised If'of the criminal court of record
r promise and was proud of hit elected to analyze an wa.u..albefore from 120 to 1(29, and told of
Christ area on Easter Day" record in Tallahaiae Kit only casting a vote. He claimed the failure of former Governor

'f' And ao I bring Lov* offering I I criticisms wen Inspired by the that his opposition to the riot Doyle Carlton to re-appoint him
; Of lilies ao pure and white vicious element of racketeer and machine wa a major cause of his after he had been duly elected bya
J' Just like Hla life ao gentle, lot machine interest, he asserted. defeat at the last election. Aa majority of Dade County voter i fdl t
I His love ao fufl of might. I I Among other worthy measures the oldest member of the Dad H* asked that he be given another Lis

S And. ..rose red Rile the Mood He I Mr. Holt said, he had worked for county Democratic executive committee opportunity to us* his wide experience -
f shed 1 I I repeal of the poll U* and abolitionof and a Miami attorney for aa a Jurist and pledged
To guide us In path aright I slot machine, and bitterly op. many years Mr. William said equal Justice to all PAINT YOUR 1
peawd' the general aale tax at a he wa thoroughly trained for the j I Judge Wayne Allen believed that
Sweet Eastertide bring Hop to i!Urn when tremendous sum of office and would be "* leader not his record for exact Justice In the

u* money were being spent to "put a follower- court of crime was sufficient to HOME
A* sweet a* the violet breath; over the sale* las." t W. W Wood laid he would sponsor -!'Justify hit return to that office.
It tells u* again the story 1 Mr. Holt said he had secured am traffic law that would IIOtl!I He said he had made it a point always .f
Of triumph of Ute over death amendment raising the appropriation only restore the sale,highway pa-lI I to welcome the relative and : On Oar Easy Pay PlanMoetowaaaraaia
And how angels rolled>> the stare for the state experiment ata- trot but would bring stem penalties -i t friend of defendant In his court I

so coM. Lion at Homestead from ,10,_ to upon convicted drunken or J,,Jin order to get a complete view. *-aa.U
How Christ arose on.pater Jfcy. Mi.00 yearly. He I* a firm becJa Careless driven, if he_wa*,aent"to,point of'the'history of cacti +ctse s..ottrsapqlalowsae.dIr ,.,
j ," Ito, .*H age aaabtenc and the legislature. H* said he.would. hi consider myself a public setvant tosasllaaeaoi A tnt caw
job,VMM a a*SMperieacWaaainr
also would work for re-establish. advocate a court of domestic ,r ; only and hoPe your vote,w W fawMKB.DafisCo.VaW..
aaUaq wish the .N
Political[Rall> .' newt of the state highway patrol ,tattoo ia Dade Coualy to take tttaj talow"lMir confidence in...th* class ,

--- re-elected.. Holt declared inclosing burden of some $00 divorce cases of service J will continue to render :**- '
(Continued rrom Page One I he stressed the need tat yearly from the circuit court If I am returned to the bench," r-=.c .

i repair* and repainting, she said :"honesty, ability and Intdl.tit ...-" Judge, and would strive for crea Judge Allen aid. __ .. .. sadempiric ,
A* an advocate of economy legislative-office.. loco of a larger .I nd..aaor* efficient t. D. Slbert, manager 01he
: Walker said. she had sowed the 1. Fritz Cordon also a GroUp juvenile court Mr. Wood rlr tpjaatoLlke.e.wtvyeaeeulive ... ".
a county .'at'IhOI'I than' See" salary I contender minimized his oppon- aid lie thottghfgaaolinl'taxWirifarm committee, announced that the .
1 through her (our years :member -' ent' record by saying that Holt tractor and fishing boats second and test political rally In ..
of the board. ; : to too 'wa "merely a voter In the last ,should be eliminated and would I Homestead during this campaignwill -
j many change In administration, session of the Itlala"The promote legislation to that effect I be held at the tame place on
1 which ate deplored MIll had op lot*" were abolished by atat- H. Ernest Overatreet. Incumbent Saturday April ". when candidates Brooker Lumber Company \'
many thousands of dollar,' wide referendum and the bill to i reviewed his record aa one of for state attorney and other
f'.d.had been waned, she ald. Mrs.' repeal the poll tax was Introduced Dade'l three member of the house important office will be heard j Phone (t Homestead Fla.
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j Friday April 15,1933 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Five_

j Mrs. II W. Morris Loses toe Jack Dufitteyjrho nan role loHMge .
1 REDLAM) HIGH r i 4. S. C/
Mother in Roanoke Va.

Mrs. Susan X Peters, widow of flower this week to decorate the ,

S. B. Peters and mother of Mn BY NEULA SAULS room.

: IN 8 TO 4 GAMEHolding Ben Morris and Henry Peters, died _..____________ _____________________.__.______._.._..__._-m._- ,

suddenly at her home In Roanoke, I Professor Hadley ol the National Miss Rays class was sorry to .,

Va., Sunday evening at I clock.. Audobon Society has been giving lose Caswell Bentley who has goneto
; I four-run lead gainedIn Mr and Mn Peters came to lectures on Florida wild ute thisweek i RId land. S C. Tills class tt VOTE FOR II

i the tint two innings, Redland I Homestead to visit a son-in-law I and showing stereopticon In charge of the assembly program :

i High School baseball team defeated and daughter Mr and Mrs. K. K.Seaaler slide to the Junior and senior high today The children wrote their I

I Homestead High by an I to in the winter of 11120. and school pupi Ie. This has proved to own play for the program I

4 score on the Growers' diamond I returned each winter for several, be of great interest to all and It la

Monday afternoon. The game years Mr. Peters died in Roanoke -, toped that arrangements can be Mrs. rifletd's class will\ enjoyan

1 was marked by I combination of three year ago. :,made la have Prof. Hadley speak Easter egg hunt at the home ot I !

I smart play marred by high totals I Mn. Peters b survived br seven' again next week. Mrs Rheney this afternoon.

i in the errors bracket against both daughter, Mn. Morris, Mrs. W

1 teams. Richard Edwards pitched 'C. Aken ot Stuart, Va, Mn. J. A. I The Juniors have started to practice : Bobby Nichols la absent from I ,

good ball for Redland striking out Vernon of Roanoke, Mrs O. A.: on their play, "Grow In. Mn Tnurmani room this week'

eight and granting only five hits,, I,Barnhart, of Werts, Va. )(n. D. Pains,* which: will be given May because of measles. Donny Lancehas 'I \
and was aided In the Diamondback Shaver ot Lakeland Ha. Mn. and
:V. J 6 in the Neva King Cooper audito withdrawn from school '
victory with a home run In the T. W. Hefley of Jeftersontowtt rium. has gone to Fort Pierce The pupils I ka.ir td

fourth by E.J.Graham. Holt scored Ky and Mn. Sealer of Coral In this clan have formed a ,\
three hits In four times at bat for 'Gables David W. Peter I =
; tour tons The high art classes enjoyed Citizenship Club. This class also Ii
Redland. Clinton Bishop and !of Richmond Va, Forest J Peters will have an Easter egg hunt today -
out at the
a hamburger fry
Little the Growers'hitting
Charles led
of Rochester N. Y., S. Clovis Peters .
bay Thursday night
rallies.The of IM Angeles and Henry Peters Miss Jackson class It sorry to
box score; of Miami; and 30 grandchildrenand
Mr Hester' tenth grade won I
I. H PO A I one great-grandchild. VOTE FOR
the dollar and banner at the P. T.
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I a d J A. meeting last week for the sixth: D. STUART. GILLIS John J. Lindsey
..sad 4e e et a a Russell Parker Dies I
' 0"_' Ib t I 1 1adwardo. time this year I CANDIDATE ,
9 .11. 2 0caa From Accident Injuries I
I I'orJUSTICE Candidate for Reelection
s.t S : : : l The elementary school will play ,
, Ru.un... .re .&e. .. 0 "0iJ Russell Parker of Indlantown Redland in baseball some time I I :
1 0 0
I Mtharadl, gb s 2. .! .! : who spent last summer In Home- soon : a or State Legislature

Totals II II S U steed with Ma uncle and aunt, Mr. -
I and Mn O. B. Parker died In a Mrs. Wynn's sixth grade enjoyedan 8 SUPREMECOURT I Group 2
'. II. ..... II> & 0 I 0 I i I West Palm Beach hoapltal on Apr. assembly program of Its own .
= lb t 0 0 a t 1,i IS following a maatoid operation last week that Included tap dam SUBJECT TO DEMOCH,\1\I 1\ p

1. necessitated by injuries received ing, songs, and piano solos The Group I PRIMARIES

Rind Ol-_, If* 'I I 11 1 I ILMtb .'I In an automobile accident.Mr. I pupils are being entertained with One raid ...11..... ....'r"-."" ,,' r 0''
: ; I :1 :an Easter egg hunt this afternoon.
ef 0 a and Mrs O B. Parker were
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11..ga. e 111.1... 'and they remained until after the 1

Toalsa a':, sa I I M e funeral services were held. I

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"a:tood "Mitlees LEGAL NOTICE w a
.wya> TkrM&... kM
got. Graben. <. yhar. AM W
what 0.V.ek .w, >r Mower a. fcr awed 1 MOTICB or ArrurATioM rom TAX
Ca*m, S| Mt br ........ .. 5d..4. DUD ove.
o..a.r ITU'-Art. .l IMk PIta AaMSh
J. I 0401.. tank .<_ that n. _
Mrs. Mary,Pipes Is Dead i ..... _fer .. Santa and C wr Tea Or-
urta t. N.. tells head the M day afAnn
"-InMoond8v811e.W.Va. *., A.D. '.l, kM KM MM tarfhM say
'.:.. .. and. .... WHl 5Nl1 MM.. for a
taw dead to W Mod B.U CM
-"Mrs mother of Mrs.' lUloaU M kraM. Ik* folio}i.a *..rlUdproperty
Mary Pipe,
; l> MM county oj Dufe, BUM of
..AT. J. raiwt and Mrs. Elizabeth l FlorkU, UwHILM. ,
|T to to. Block II, Blmrn Fotol.Bub .
ruche of this city, died at the ageof
Pl.t Boo 14.
(2 at her home In Moundsville. .l D.d* BMU ..rr.lot:
The a.s..w..M of said mwmr under
W. Va, bit Sunday. MM MM ..rtin..w home .r.s In the nm
Mn Apes was a frequent visitor oft North BM k _IIT Co.tlMrrla \
v._ said a.rtlI .ta shad be radarnmwsovo
here and had many friends in dine a 1... \lot oast? d..rllwd
Homestead and the Redland District .m kl mM to UM hlrlml k44dM at # 1,00't ii
I the Court kouw door o* UK tint Monday
where she and her late husband lit UM month of ..". IMS, which tt the
G. W,. Pipes, formerly own and day or M.r, tun.DMxl .
this era dw of ...... 1M.K. .
ed a citrus grove. She spent last B, LEATHERIAN.
summer with her daughters, bet Clerk Clnun C.:iri.
II.... County, nor(..
t side whom she also Is survived by H c. 8TEKHKTT:
Clmtt; Corar MiH.p D.O.
one son, Charles Pipes and one .
i II: Apr 1.
brcthefoWlllIam W. Stldger, .both
of Moundsville. J WANT ADS PAY .

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' i vitro Six THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE _Friday April 15. 1938E
II Lind". ... and Betty Blake; star Baptist Revival Will
reporter Jack Turner and Ken

20 Years Ago j The Redland RattlerBY neth room Hawkes(to be elected plus one by the from class each);I Begin Monday Evening

sports editor, Clement Russell; social The Rev. Lloyd King of Orlando
SIIIKLET UARKVES9 editor, Alice Penny and Ethel I will begin revival services it the i

1IIIIIIIIIIIIIfllIIIIIIIillllllllillllllllnUf : / Robert; reporters from different First Baptist Church Monday evening .
I organisations to be elected by the at I clock
TN ......". 16.00 oft lease or.bar0 ROLL Graham low. Colleen
HONOR McElroy election will
.. organizations Every morning it 9:30 Mr King
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t f a_ _........ ..... u. in*, Seventh grade high Faye, McVlcker Elizabeth Craft Leonard be held Friday and the entire will conduct a Bible conference on

l ) ::?wr".rIrhda INI With Meaty Uu s."..4. I Campbell, Martha January, Kirs- I Oreer. Bobby Fisher John Brown, student body will vote. Mr. Wagner the lift of Christ and every after. ,
teen Torbert, Jack Marshall; low Jr.
will be asked to select a noon at 180 he will have a story
Marion Edmonds, Ruth Hiner, Bet- .
} April II. 191$. Tenth grad nigh, Idena adviser hour for children.
I jty; Pye, Bertha Rosborough Vera Cooke, Betty Louise Harris, Merle
.4 J' --The children in the alxtl grade Barbara
,Sage Wanda Thompson, January, Jane Robinson, Wilma I
tendered their teacher Mrs. Kevi Williams, Frank Panno. Wallerltul.ldt.
Thompson/ Lydia Vlhlen
Cooper, a surprise luncheon on. I Charles Sweating, Crouse Charles Burr; low Phyllis .
r.( Monday at noon the outastou being I Eighth grade high, Marie Bell, Marie Borgardt, Jaunlta,
) i .her birthday" Baahor ThertM Daniel*. Mary Douberley Dorothy Edwards,i rfVi Returnti

{ "Rosebud Umphrey g4** a Lola Durrett Ila Jean Irwin, Dora Gwendolyn Fox, Gertrude Greer r
) slumber party on Tuesday.ye...,. Scott, Mary Jane Turner; Phyllis Jensen. Kathleen Ross,
t Thane staying ever night were Lets Ball Nellie Cash Helen Mollie WalkerEleventh I
> Minnie Lee Mitchell. Doris Mowry. Cooke Jewel Hodge. Merle Lott
Ben Ben-
p. :lather Livingston and Wessle Penningtorv Nina Lou Pope Eva Rosborough+ ,
aces Elmer Hampton, Emily Engel,
( Bobbie Simpson. ,'Wibna Landnun. Alma Jane Lind.' WORLEYTo
--B. A. Tfbbite was a delegate Ninth grade Wgffc Wanda I gren. Margaret Cnffln, John
I t i from Homestead to the Odd Fellows' Sickle Marjorie tewtt: LJHbu I ttxtaau, Edward Burr low. Bobby 7

I Convention In Miami this Andrews, Mary EngsLKuth Crawthaw .Vnes. ., Willis Baxley. Norman Ben. the Office of
wee*." Harold DtlamjtCeorfv Kou |
bn. Catbrrine Bell. Marjorie s
-"The tomato season Is now aboutat teldt, Henry Dixon. Bocjfc? Powa ,CampttB. Jean Carrett Ruby
; its height.' There will probably KeOLTweifth' Attorney
Police Aid CollectionOccupational
be weeks of topnotch -
ii. two or more I grade high Betty
harvesting, after which the I I Licenses;, Blair Vera Parker Ascot Penny HE HAS BEEN
season will decline. Prices continue 'I EJbet aeterta. Margaret Albright
lood-m tort, they are hdld- Although back taxes an bean* Uaey AM Down Mildred Cox, COITRTEOVS e EFFICIENT
t ing fast at about*UO o.b. Home paid into the city treasury at a law. Meate Bands Blubeth! Hain- IMPARTIAL e HONESTFEARLESS
stead. The crop' from tomatoes reasonably rapid rate die tofubntaalial ,1 Hav Davis ...... Eleanor Murray. y<
t. planted before the freeze is now discounts and UM Awl,Alit Sage, Mary Tnom on, Beth
pretty well worked out, and the nullage recently set by the ceuacil GMtiw. I

new crop to coming on and looking occupational license payments I I Democratic Primary May 3rd 1938
'In." are r lagging tar behind, accordingto
; it Tragic error from last week: E.
:', t -"Mn L. M. Carter of Fremont Ralph E. Edward, city clerk. 'J. Graham and Warren Wood won,
Neb., arrived in Homestead test I Only about one-half of the (PaU Political Mtrartbmmt)
the victory on the affirmative side
week. She la the mother of HenryCarter eenae fees, due Feb I. have 1\.1 of the debate on the nnicameral'
"I;}: who Is building a home for, collected to date and the city system of legislature instead of'
her adjoining his property In Red- "been compelled to can In the i Mary Ann Brown and Alma Jane I 1.
land. vices of the? police) department tol wit.eLfe'rQQ.ENE
d s the situation. To Officer -
remedy ; I
-"Lulu Smoak Is sick with the ,
William It Sykes, recently as- Se
I chicken-pox signed' to day duty on the police Norman Benson presided at the
1 -'There was a 'burning'" at the, force, has fallen the task of calling student council meeting Monday.I 0' r"U:1: f1.Q I tOFLbRIOA ,

\ Baptist Church last Suriday mornIng : upon the delinquent merchant The advisory committee reported' 'RAtROAD); ICOMMI5ION .
Just befort Pastor Barton the) foDowmg nominees for the
)}l" began preaching, he) held up a with their the licence request, which that has they been pay included editing staff of our school U C'R.J.u.' r ,..,
paper and said: Brethren, this Is In the revenue column of edltor-in-cUef and ..- paper.I' ".
f a note) for money due on the par- the current budget thereby enabling tor Margaret Crlffen, Alma Jane, Mvertltemeitt Paid Far 8) FrltHO ef Eugene .. Mctoiewe 1.:
f nonage and the last that was due the city to keep even with >101[

I 1 i Santaone IU current operating expenses.

.,, that It be burned ao the pastor The old deacon called down to .t
called W. D. Horne to the stand, his clerk: "Sam, have you landed The Homestead P.-T. A.
gave him the note" and then struck the sugar"
a match to It." "
"Ye air.
-"Mn. W. I. Rhodes and two "Have you watered the vinegar present"LITTLE
children returned on Saturday ?"
from below Royal Palm Hmmock "Yes, air" '
where.) )ft. Rhodes bus been cropping "Have you wet down the
prunes?" I MEN"

-'Turns are under way for th* -Yes, sir"
May day picnic for the benefit ol "Well, then come up to prayers.Exchange. ."

the Palm cemetery fund. All I

clubs and church organizations talkie based Louisa M. Alcott's
LEGAL NOTICES a on immortal story
from Goulds south have been

r to take part In this civic work." NOTICE Or SALt n r TAI CEITlri-' r

_"A number of young people and CATMAwHraMM N* M44MotlM Abo
friends gathered at the home of to kmkr |IM tint L. L. PloW

Win. Lochrie on Wednesday evening hen k rued. ..WHIP,.._mt_wtttkm.... wit m,_all tkuUM "COCOON TO BUTTERFLY"and .
to celebrate his lath birthday ...eeeetHind er In'" Mew /rled/.e
UM ever lose UM kr Ik* Mete to ..
anniversary Tin kid and MM M UM kteh rt >H4ii
-"The C. 0'. met on Thursday at far ml r >tiH<.< kr c"lit.... 01 ., ,
.> Ik. Lortelcur. tkMUvtae
tk> IMt Awn epee >
the home of Mrs. 1. L. Burton. No Iniiani Ml -M <. the 41I
Calmar 1 Dada. same .d FtorWfc trek. '
games were played for the club "Plane Dumb" a
Loa I .. S4. Viknwki ...... TW km cartoon
as It was an Easter egg hunt for .>k< MM are tnUutfft kr CvtUlMto M*I ,
the children. Those present were lite W lose ..* NWM.U MM for the
..n Me M INS, both 15,1,5lve. a..em- '
Marion and Francis Doney, Marion tae k ........ in the Neva
Loomis, Helen and Edward Brook- MM Ma ..e.d.lirh.tw! w 2..H5 We Mot to.UI Wish an.uhr.w"t berN I King: Cooper Auditorium .
er and Master Nabors." so 1M IPMm.N Mddw at ... Coq 1
11..a in --I. .. '''
..... baeMnhaa a.rft P::ul..aw.CiAiMn..Yiwea : 7j elf -., .FJ1ID XArL.15th' : : : ; :

ear be waeMd M /ud111urtr.o.w I.
,. ., isil. ..M .... ItA :.s4.. I:05p.rn.and7:30l. ,
/ Dtt. B. GATLJN, for wi ApIIL R ,PrUrida.* ialuM. I Adults. 15t .. Children, lOc ;./.

:" X-R and / 1a,e nf Ji rkelds. I .. .... .:, v. ? J > .'- '1 *'1S i
7 ,e:..... Casa ...
Sr Jaui. FINNO. D. C. '' 'O.j .
General Dentistry P I j .

Office Keen: 1 a, to. U 9 B. aa Italian'AmericanRestaurant. FAMILY. TICKET : j

landaus bT appoint Mai ,
none*: 'Offke IS. assay JMBIfCBMtleaJ. I I.ktaUam Spaghetti Mowers

ria. j JOB TORC18E SHOWS J' '"
v Depot FUrida city GOOD FOR SERIES OF 4

j APR,15, 22,. 29 AND MAY 9


I'IL' CJTOl.: FLA Only $1.00

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Finable Eleetrie and Acetylene Welding <... CyllnaVe Blacks '
cUHOr lie.... Ahuttaaat Caatlmn sad BaJlers.AeteaMtlve I ADMITS ,ALL MEMBERS OF FAMILY TO EVERY SHOW

Macktee te.alrtat Ce.terhtg Is garages U seals '
kearimg .eoiteg awl aligned! ,.....,, --a.. red veorlagik '. Onljr f I tmited'number pods farm), tickets are lY UabJ& ,Buy from>lgU School

,. < Seeing awl erltoOr ....... ; office, Neva. King Cooler School or Pet. A. worker r, ''It i

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.- .. April 15,1938 THE LEADER.ENTERPRHUo1 -_P age" SIn even
I I The F. E. C. station at Florid moved bank U tiMr home on Mr. and MM. U F. Nowell left
I City will close fur the summer today. Twelfth street Friday. They hove Monday tor Lake Harbor, Fla.
occviiied an apartment at the I
and }Irou dHotneslead home of Mr. and Mrs Frd HeM Mr*. Woolen and daughter and
Mr. and Mn. Ralph Desmond this winter. Dr. W. Vevooe accompanied Mr.
,'left Monday for their home inCllntonvlll and Mrs. H. A. SarnlU to Dclray
I *. Conn. They mad the Mr and Mrs John Bonaao and 'Beach for the week-end.
trip north with B Donovan and wedn4y
I family left on for Ful-
,Miss J. Donovan. ten N. Y. they occupied the Silvatman Frank Coslo who has been buy-
: cottage during the winter. (Continued on Paste Nine) .
/ Mr. and Mn Hal Parham left
Mrs. F Flelta who ls the oldest: Mr. and Mrs. J. E McClung by.Friday for Pahokee. --- ---. --- --
living graduate of the convent of 'whom he is employed. I
Mary Immaculate in Key Wee::1 Mrs. Johnny Becker accompanied Vote Fort i it
and her daughter, Mrs. J. D. Red,i H. H. Ewing received a telegram by her son Richy, returned i
another graduate of the school j Tuesday telling of the death of a Tuesday from a one-week vial I
will attend the annual reunion at cousin Charles Adams of Topeka, with her parents Mr. and M
the convent on Monday. Mr. a prominent publisher who visited R. Mattson, at Cape Sable. I TOM NORFLEET
Redd will take them to Key Weston at the Ewing home three years ;
Sunday, and he plans to return I ago. Joe Cardinl!, Vincent Pungt and
Monday. Mn. Redd and Mn Angelo Porecco left Thursday foi, 1 !
Deltas will spend 8 week in the Miss Hazel Pennlngton has com Syracuse N. Y. l lI
Island City. pleted a commercial course and : I
i Mn. Alma Doxse and daughters -
hal accepted a position in the
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Van Marter county tax assessor's office at the Shirley Dean and Joanne,,
will leave Saturday for their summer I court house In Miami. II
home In Ithaca N. Y. On RE-ELECT I
the way north they will stop in Mn. Mable Krlkle of Buffalo,
Daytona Beach to visit friends till N. Y., who spent the season here I The Man Who Has PROVED
Monday and In Washington they left by bus for the North Saturday.i ilia Worth To Dade County
will visit with cousins for two She planned, to stop in Wsshing-, t
days. ton and to reach her home by
I E. Holt
Easter Sunday. Mn Kriki was,
O. B. Parker returned Wednesday a girlhood friend of Mrs. J. A.I
from a two-day trip to Jack McNeill. I

sonville where he attended a .....,..........--.-..?...-.....?....?..?...?
meeting of the state milk board of FLORIDA CITY
which he 1 I. a member. Mrs W. W. B every, Comtpoadnt

E. J. Dyal'a parent,' Mr. and
Fred H. Drockett who has spent
Mrs. Alex Dyal of Cocoa, Mr. and I
th* winter at his home on Tenth
Howard Krausluxs of Philadelphia
street left Wednesday for his summer
and their daughter Jean
home in North Haven, Conn.
and Miss Helen Lees and Raymond
Lees also of Philadelphia spent
the week-end at the Dyal home.

The Rev. E. F Brown and his 1K.Williams .Nw N

wife tHe Rev. Grace Brown.. pastors .
of the Homestead Church of I
Cod, their son Lloyd. J. H. Dod-
IOn.and Lumar Dickinson left For Judge i
Wednesday to. attend,..'"/JIftUn. !
of the Florida Church of God Ministerial

Beach, AuemTay at* "West' Palm. Candidate for Candidate Per Re-elecUe. As Court of CrimesDemocratic .6&I;

L E. Vous:editor and publisher
of the Willliton Sun and past ,

president of the Suwannee Press I was judge of the Criminal Court of Record
Association, was In Homestead
over the week-end. I IN GROUP NO. 1 from 1920 to 1929. Had been elected by the people

8UBJJECT TO THE DEMO for a third term, but nqt being a supporter of
Miss Alice W. Richards of CRATIC PRIMARIES or MAY Gov. poyle Carlton, he ignored the mandate of
Panama accompanied
Rev. and Mn.City J. J. Richards, Mn. (This political advertisement the people and appointed Judge E. C. Collins. I
i J. E. Davis and Mn. Earl Pacetti I d t 1 I paid for by friends and believers I would be pleased to serve you as Judge of the

from their trip to Tallahassee in good_government) j I Court of Crimes.
where they attended the state W. (Paid. polltlnl .dvwrtlmwnt) Wait" polltl..1 adveKleal.atj ._ ___.___._
M. S. conference. Miss Richards
will visit at the.Richards horn for
two months i I IMra.

Blanche Bishop will leave i I
Monday to make her home lit Mi 1
ami with her sons, Leo and Ernest,
who are employed there: Her
youngest IOn, Martin who attends ,
high school will remain here until; ;

f j school is out.SEND He is staying with 'eee r DP


23 Lawyer Years in Bade

War Veteran Buy on Easter hat with the saving

N Tk.,dlir ears, as !.*.. will hey a now Ease hal wise lea ta* a
Florida bpkft Sas fat T sUataf krltv Teasel "or ip.t.e.
=-U- t t.eI.
Native Georgian MM t r>kto =over with Motbw Nature M la*
k .M W kM WWII .*..tr. 1. .,y 4* Btawm,.". ........ mmt emraaUal Mrrie Las DM U>l.. |M Into :
vacation aa4 shopping apse Phone the bee station sew Joe .......... f)
Democrat Jacksonville ..... I1L7I Miami .Sf.l'
Dartana, Beach I.S I.H West Palm beach lit US.Or.

This man will appre-i ....... .... IIS Feet Lauderdale LISUf
Pt. Pierce legs 5.1S
TO THE date vote and Tampa LIS JU' Key Wee' U. ....
your St. Petersburg MS I US peat .... U"
U. S.
SENATEand support" ; Lakeland MS '.!' Havana, Cuba 1T.M S7.I

return BUS STATION: Redland Hotel, Homestead, Fla.r ;

PROSPERITYFLORIDA Headquarters Cngraham I I

to { Bldg.I Miami
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f II! I. Social Events in South Dade '1I"



for Summerville Ind., --
i { Miss Anne McConnelL daughter tan ensemble with white accessories where he will wed Min Ruth Officers of the Woman'f Club speakers.Mrs. .
e of Mrs. Pauline McConnell and and the bride's mother wore a Rehme of that city on April 24. of Homestead and of the JuniorWomln' Preston B. Bird of thoWomln'
t Theodore Thomas, son of Mrs pink lace frock' with pink accessories. After a short honeymoon tripthrough Club and Miss Feat
Club Homestead will
the South. they will arrive
Mollie Thomas, were married Sat- Whitaker of the Junior Club
; urday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the The bride was born In Wilmington at the parsonage of the Florida be Installed at a banquet meetingof be the hostesses. soil

pastoriura of the First Baptist N. C., and was graduated from City Community Church' on April the two organization in the Log At Tuesday's meeting of th.
Church by the pastor of the church: high school 10 Mount Olive, N. C. 29. Tavern la Princeton at t o'clock Woman'f Club I donation of flv
the Rev. C. N. Walker Relativesand She baa lived In Homestead two The parsonage has recently been Monday evening i dollars wa made to the Bout
a few friend witnessed the years and was graduated from, remodeled, and modern Improve. Mn. Louie Langbrd, presidentof Florida Crippled Children's S4-
ceremony. the Homestead Business College: ments have been installed. the Coral Gables Woman's Club, ciety. Reports for the year Jus'
Miss Elsie Walters of the Kendall a year ago. For the past 'eight will Install the officers and she ending were read. Mrs.Joel J
} hospital staff was the bridesmaid 1 months she has done secretarial The CalendarApr. and Mrs. E L. Ewing of the Cora Robinson, the retiring persldent
and Harold Campbell, a cousin of work at the Kendall hospital. ... .1 Gables Club will be the guest :presided.
the bridegroom, was the best man. Immediately,,after the wedding
I 15 Homestead P.-T. A.
The bride was lovely in a pow- the bride end bridegroom left on
moving picture show at 3 and T:SO. moving picture show. E: S. Capllnger.
} der blue ensemble with accessoriesof a short trip through the state. They
Apr. If Woman'i Club of I Apr. 29 County home dem- The new course In Bible stud
white and a sweetpea corsage: are nowlraridlnf at the McConnell onstration club I
day Central
Homestead dance at Homestead which Miss Jennie Lobdell wll;
The bridesmaid wore I luggage' home on N. W. Ninth street. i i School In Miami
Country- Club. conduct, will begin on Friday, Apr.
Apr. 17 Meeting of Townsend : Apr. 29 Homestead P.-T. A. 22, at S o'clock I it was decided.All .
MRS. D. E. BASHOR IS REELECTED HEAD Club in Neva King Cooper Schoolat moving picture show. i were asked to attend a zone
I : OF REDLAND PARENT-TEACHER GROUP 3:30. I' May 2 Meeting of Garden meeting In Perrine on May 5 from
:1 Club at home of Mrs. J D. Redd.
Apr. 18 Meeting of Garden 10 till 2 o'clock. A covered dish
Club at home of Mn. R. J. Shepherd May a Homestead P.-T. A. luncheon will be served at noon
Friday evening the Redland P.- Mrs Lillian Johnson Polk pre in Florida City. executive committee meeting. Mrs. McNeill, the vice-president,
T. A. reflected Mrs D. E. Bashor' sented a health play, Mrs Jane Apr. 18 Social meeting of May 0 Installation meeting I presided. Those attending were
president; Mrs Caspar Williams i Nesbttt made a health talk and J. Junior Woman'i Cluh. of Monday Music Club at borne of Mrs D, L. Bowen, Mrs J. L. Barr
Uce-presldent; and Mrs. M. J. Q. Caldwell sang two solos to piano Apr. 18 Joint installation ot Mn J. H. Webster. lard, Mrs, Davis Mrs. J. J.
Bonds, treasurer Miss Katherine accompaniment by Miss Rebecca officers of W man's Club of Homestead May 9 Meeting of Ministerial Richards, Mrs. A. M. Logan, Mrs.
Davis was elected secretary to replace Fisher. and Junior Woman's Club at ,Association at home of the Rev. Showalter Mrs. Williams, Mrs.
the present secretary Mrs. Principal Carl Wagner told of Log Tavern. :and Mrs. Harley R. Core. Capllnger and Miss Lobdcll.
Flora Vihlen, who did not wish to the new report cards that will tell Apr. 18- Meeting of Homestead May 10 Business meeting of
;t. serve another term. The officers the parent of his child's progressIn Business and Professional Women W. M. S. in church.' OMAN'S CLUB WILL GIVE
will he Installed on May 13. health and work habits and In 's Club at 8 p. m. In Chamberof May It Homestead P.-T. A. BENEFIT DANCE: SATURDAYThe
Judge Walter Beckham and social attitude a* well a* in subject Commerce.Apr. meeting. Woman's Club of Homestead
Mrs. Beckham, president of the matter. Mill Fisher led In It Meeting of Woman'i May 13 Redland P.-T. A. will give benefit dance at the
Dade County Council of Parents community tinging a* the opening Club of the Redlands in clubhouse. meeting.W. Homestead Country Club Saturday:
and Teachers, made short talk number. i Apr. 19 Meeting of W. M. S. night
Ne boy from the Redland District The members voted that room! circles.: M. S. HAS PROGRAMON Mrs Landon. Carney newly
Judge Beckham said, had mothers and room father need I Apr. SO Ethel Ernest Murrell's RURAL WORK elected president of the club Is
been In the Juvenile court since not be elected from the parents I scture on "Law for Ladies" it The W. M. S. of the Homestead chairman of the dance committee.A !.
be has been presiding there. ___of pupils in the room. meeting of three club in Woman's Methodist Church had a program
Club building. oa rural work and talks were surprise program Is to be given -
HOMESTEAD P.-T. ,A. and Mn. Lee H. Lehman Mr. and Apr. SO Meeting of Legion road by Mrs. O. L Showalter at the a P. W.C. Monday evening -
i ELECTS OFFICERSMrs. Mrs. T. J. Faust and Mr. and Mrs. Auxiliary In ball at Ip.m. Mrs. Casper Williams, Mrs. J A.McNeill in the Chamber of Commerce
; : Ben Archer was re-elected Webster, there were five guests Apr. 21 Meeting of Homestead Mrs. J. E.: Davis and Mrs. 1 building.
president of the Homestead Par Mr. and M.... C. J.' Parman. Mr. Home Demonstration Club.
ent-Teacher Association Friday and Mr*. H. P. McDaniel and Mrs. Apr. 21 Meeting of Redland
night. Mn. A. W. Hutchinson W. E. Rheney. Home[ Demonstration Club In
was elected tint vice-president.: The club prizes were won by: church at 1:30.:
Mrs. Adrian Jacobs, second vice- Mr. Webb and Mrs. Faust and Apr. 22 Homestead P.-T. A.
president Mrs. G. I. Gault, secretary the guest prizes, by Mr. and Mrs
; and Mr*. C. Hagler Rice, Parman.
treasurer Spaghetti Dinners40c

A minstrel show was presentedby WESLEY FELLOWSHIP: CROUP
boy from the room of Mrs. HAS SOCIAL MEETING
Edna Bird and Mrs. Hazel Fltield. Members of the Wesley Fellowship -
Billy Jacobs was Interlocutor. The enjoyed in evening of table
other were Harry Bishop Robert tennis, carroms and anagram In
Sullivan, Gerald Andrews, Wayne the Sunday school building of the I! We serve home-made
Lawrence, Donald Houston and methodist Church Friday Italian bread Bakeryin
Lonnie Home evening. j jI

Wlllim Hester's room of, the Ice cream and cake were served connection; Joe Pa-

high school and Mr*. Bird's room after Ute games. lazxola, prop. Easter Candies and
of the elementary school won the I I Present were Mr. and Mrs
attendance dollar prize and the ---
Lloyd Field Mn. George Dames : I
attendance banner and daughter Sylvia, Mrs. W. H. PALERMO'S I Gifts
Moving picture of Monkey Nolan, Miss Helen Field I MissesAntlonette .
Jungle. were shown. [i i and Helen Moye, Miss SPAGHETTI HOUSE I
I I Martha Close.Edw. Sweet, David

..' CLUBS] ARE ASKED TO HELP Williams, Kermit Gibbs and Marcus Clinton Garage Bldg.. CANDY AND GIFTS THAT WILL PLEASE,
". PETITION FOR HEALTH UNIT Reynold Florida City '
Representatives of club and
other organization In South Dade WHITMAN'S CHOCOLATES

that are Interested lit public welfare DR. Ili.A. BERGER NORRIS' CHOCOLATES Y !
are Invited t* Joia with other
leaden In the county Tuesday Dentist GALE'S CHOCOLATES .. *. i.
morning at I* o'clock In petition
ing the county: commissioners to
establish a county health unit. FirSt National Bank .
Mrs' Jack Barry of Miami i* Biding Perfumers
Perfume Sets by all Leading
heading this hearth drive.
Office Dours 8:30-4:30 W In Beautiful Gift
Mft. AND MRS. Wnsn Stationery Packages
Open Rtttar* A slntasml Us*
Mn paid Mrs. J. H. Webster entertained : EUCENE Permanent
; the member of the Supper ,
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Club at their 'home.I *, imag -- !
In addition la the members present DL r. ...... *...--4 '
Mr. and Mrs. Bevo Webb Mr. STEBBINSKegWere .a.tNeasaaasr tee eeaw' '
\ -- I Otteatetriat 5.... do b..d.. .la., : :
M 14 TEARS ....... :
w.ii issuegaseW
Practice In HeeaeeteaJ ...me fr ;
few t'
Rooms a and 7 ..
UcCrory Arcade WI 9ae'.e nano.des III
laud a.Jdadwrs adgaeaw
I Hour: .. '
Thursday 740: to 10 p. m,
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Office Been I aa. to ( am.Sndar I

at.an* te 11 MAIN IttS W.OFFICE Floater: 1-11I5-1-1111 Miami Fla.rkenea ; Bush's Barber Shop THE DIXIE DRUG

Dr. L W. .......*. Acetate I & Beauty Parlor
Free Parking Space Your RexaU Store

mi.it- w. am ST. Mum I' atJs LIIUt .sewn.0>__ *

.ao twos a-ui J Homestead, Florida.
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Friday April 15.1938 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pan Nlne

TtTREK CLUBS TO lOIN IN the ihoulde I* the most Important)anchor of the dress and determines
"LAW FOB LADIES MUTINO seam SB the> whole dress ao far a*I I the haog of the garment, the fit II
Members of three local club, fitting concerned It 11th.!across the chest and shoulder
II Social Events I the Woman's Club of Homestead,
the Junior Woman's Club of Homestead -

and the Homestead Business REDLAND
and Professional Women' Club CAFE

will meet In the Woman' Club
MRS. J. H. WEBSTER IS REELECTED building Wednesday evening to I MRS A. NABOU, Fwf.
I hear Ethel Ernest Murrell, Miami
PRESIDENT OF MONDAY MUSIC CLUB attorney and author, speak on "Law I DINNER Me PLATE: LUNCH U*

-- for the Ladles".
Mr*. J. H. Webster WM reelected Mr*. Brandenburg and Mr. Lloyd Th. meeting will be held at (
o'clock. All who Interested
: president of the Monday: Music Dietz Sang a duet to piano accompaniment are
Club eta meeting held at the played by Mn. Redd are cordially Invited to attend
I home of Dr. and Mr*. Frank Haus-' and Mn. Mill Mr*. Qatlin gave NOT ONE CENT SPENT ON THIS
man.Monday.. Other officer reelected a report of the Warwick luncheonand
I war: Mr*.W. B. Mill,Pint' muiictJe.Mr TUESDAY: AFTERNOON APEX IN FOUR YEARS kr
The of the t
I vice-president; Mr T. J. Faust, Hauiman and her daughter monthly meeting :
I second vice-pnaldent; Mr*. C Hags Mn. Rice co-hostess, had Cleaner Sunday school: class will ---- ;
meet with Mrs. Shepherd and Mn.
s ler Rice, recording secretary; and decorated the room with Easter
Mr*. Bevo Webb, parliamentarian. lilies. Mr*. Lonnl Hood and Tyner at the Blggen' apartment Mr. Sid L. Kendrick,

Mr Frank Webb wa mad historian MISS Carrie Belle Caves assisted o'clock.next Tuesday afternoon at 130 Manager, Pioneer Appliance Co., t(

and Mr*. Geo, Frick corresponding In serving lee cream and cake In Apex Dealer, ;
secretary.The nominating the loggia. .
committee) consisted of Mr*. J. Mr*. W. E. Rheney wa admitted FLORIDA CITY Homestead, Fla.

D. Redd, ...... a S. Wolfe Mr*. Lee a* a new member. Dear Sir: I
H. Lehman, Mrs. H. Collier and Among the guests of the club (Continued From Pap Seven)
Mrs. J. R. Rutland. 1 were: Mn. H. E. Schaff, Mn. Ing tomatoes In this section left As president of the Homestead Business {

Mn. Wm. Muaaelwhlt tang the Preston B. Bird, Mr*. Russell Anderson Saturday for Brldgeton, N. J. and Professional Women's Club, I take plea- '

two solos She had sung at the recent I Mr*. Austin, Mn. Collier sure in thanking you for your kindness in donating I
state convention luncheon In Mn. Davis and MIA Cave Walter Arbaugh left Friday by
Coral Gables, and 14.... Lewis I Member present were: Mrs. bus for Moorefleld, W. Va. the use of one of your fine, large Apex

Brandenburg Mn. Redd and Mrs.Webster :F Fleltss, Mn. Harold K. Foulk, refrigerators during the Fruit Festival to our I

gave report*.of the con- Mn. B. E. Catlln, Mn. S. L. West, Wildo Rothenburg who has been club. The members will appreciate the courtesy
vention. Mn. Frank Webb Mn. Lehman, visiting his mother here left Thurs-
Mr*. Sam Davis gave a talk on Mn. Muaselwhlte. Mrs. Rheney, day for his home In Coo Cob, Conn. very much.I I

Cuter music; Mrs. Howard John- Mn. Brandenburg, Mr. Hood have owned an Apex for about four

aon played a piano solo, Mr. H. Mn. Mills, M.... Redd, Mn. Delta Victor Malambrlo and son left years and it has always given satisfactory ser \
Collier gave an Easter reading and and Mn. Rutland. Friday for Syracuse N. Y.
vice ; In fact, not one cent has been expended

Miss Helen Prescott will leave I on it to date. I
I Sunday for her home In Atlanta.

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L. M. Howard J. M. Osteen and President Homestead B. P.W. C. !

Florid Citrus Keclpes entirely. Let it glare top of cake'I Charles Serves left Sunday for Homestead, Fla., Mar. 12 ;'
Now 1* the Urn to use citrus Osage Sheet Cake Palmetto.
fruits freely-fresh and In salads Slice orange thinly or take out' The foreoIaIlelter tame to B* unsolicited and I* and with
sad dessert combinations of which sections and sugar lightly, using::1 L. M. Klrkpatrlck' who operated the permission W the writer, to whom we hew ear ....... "
w* need never tire. They may enough fruit to make one pint or a packing house here this winter

form the basis ot fruit appetizers, more. left Saturday for Crystal Spring! Apex 1938 Refrigerators f
salads of all kinds, meat and vege. 1 cups flourtablespoons
table accompaniment, faucet and g shortening en white and pour Into the pastry .
The only American line regularly dry rcfrige. !
garnishes and desserts, cooked I teaspoons baking1' powder lined pan. Bake a* In recipe ration, air conditioned refrigeration snd two-_ refrigeration
sod uncooked. ft teaspoon Nit above. The fruity orange-fla with the cold storage compartment. W* 1iav term r '
... .Citrus.fruit-have a variety of' Milk or water vored pastry give unusual Interest to tit your pocketbook. Call for a demonstration
use In cake 'making. The Juice Sugar to this custard pie. 1
maybe used la the cake batter, Mixinto. a. soft dough with

the pulp and peel lathe .cake It-I liquid. Divide Into two equal Cotton net footing make a firm PIONEER APPLIANCE CO. f.
silt, the juice lor flavoring part PuttOM' piece in pan and flat binding to finish seam on

fining and' frosting, And the peel, flatten out Brush with melted heavy linen dresses and to prevent' ; ,
grated, candied br chopped, mall butler and place other flattened frayed edge wthout increasingbulk. "
be used In fin frosting and : portion on top. Or, if liked more j L 0. 0. F. Building Phone 45
Orange dessert cake, given below, crusty,oak In two piece in hot I 11

you will rate your,favorite of an, even. When -nicely browned t.The little seam that run acres _
ctru* Cokes.rasa' I move to platter! butter crusts genprepared" -
r- ilck "gayer .Jf l Ii i
Orange Dessert. .Cake* I it.
I :fruit on under crust. ,
1H cup sugar
Add other crusts and another layer:
1 lour
cup :
2 eggs, beaten light j of fruit. Cover all with sauce
Vt teaspoon salt > and serve, at once. BOY. THIS
I orange, medium aim OrangeCiutard .
H cup butter t cup sugar
I teaspoon soda dissolved In, I tablespoons flour
the milk V teaspoon salt ;'
2 cup flour eggs
2 buttermilk w
1 cup raisin! cups
Squeeze Juice from a well- 4 tablespoons melted butter.
ripened orange. Mix: with Juice I To make orange pastry use
and let stand. Cut' orange juice Instead of water and
ty cup sugar
central core out with seeds and make like plain pastry, adding one- BEATS THEM ALL i
put balance of pulp and rind fourth teaspoon grated rind from!
through food chopper with cup a well-ripened orange and" one
of raisin Cream shortening and tablespoon sugar to the crust. I 'a ,towo

sugar together. Add beaten egg To make the filling, blend sugar
and well sifted flout and salt alter and flour well add beaten eggyolks
Add and buttermilk and then the
nately with liquid. orange
and raisin mixture last ':melted butter. Fold In stiffly best-

Pour Into an tx8x2-incb panand

bake about 40 minutes, or an NOR 'i W"
ti| nicely browned. After baking
and while still hot ,cover with !
orange Jules and sugar mixture e
and let stand In pan until juice I* .
I .
absorbed Do net dissolve sugar e d

f )
Dr. Leonard W. Hasldn I IT Atcc

......"01.. Y aye KualllAtI me 0
,IIU.. M4 beairhu .* OLEJACKSONVILLE o j .You get known quality a record.breaking low price (
GLASSES'Ml Q ,{ g a a a when you Ilk rot I'robak Jr.J.delo Famous everywhere .

-If. IL flnS M. rWM M '* fa) aA 1 Jill+ for perfect shaving comfort these keen doubl- dge bladea '

COMPUtTCf.T All rONDITIONKOCONVUdENT Tsars I y S gam. art backed by the reputation of the world'largest blade ,

o ANDIIYI.- I zW y Ir maker. Automatically ground boned and stropped by a "

ENJOY ..} COMPOUsr pedal process: they take off stubborn whiskers without .
CL a i smart of Irritation.Why tab chance Oft unknown blades
FAMILY TICKET _....n*.,.** sWriM jM. Idk m.
=:: .:.' eek. h w/y deed when you can get 4 douM- dg Probak Jr. BUde for

for Homestead P.-T. A.'* ...jT.i... ..Seedy ... I' only 101. Buy a Package of Probak Jr. Blades today I ;
series of four --...../hw
its comet,100019coctaw I i
moving PkUre Shew qty coml 1110"'
beginning Apr 15 --
__Itoo 10 Saar ,
[]e..1101 14'" sto] '
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Page Ten THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, April 16, 1938
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1j'j'1 JOYCE SAYS HE DALE CARNEGIE .. .,A, CHRISTIAN.rt. IV- a-o.SOCNCK.-....._._...,

History of South Dade Potato Farming5 topic""Doctrine of Atonement.


..... ,
.. ..-,..- .. .. .. ST. JOHNS CHURCH

-Tkta If tie dash ...pees of "CllmMMtart. ,. After the discovery that manga- TU VISIT MIAMI I II Easter T:30, Holy, Encharlst :1

: ,vhlrii. the.woo..prepared.... of or tko tko Wool otod.and..iU Diarist of MMCmlMi : near made potatoes on the glade I ; ':St. Children's Easier 1.

-- *,artomtl of the _.... Hill, a couple of year were spent in service and presentation",of
;; ........ .. ..... ....
TIM to.*: woo ot
I W D. "Bill Joyce Dade I ........ Wolrlrt Fn.lt ,..,... and to .... experimenting with potatoes and I Dale Carnegie of New York Lenten fferinivt 11. sum Eucharist
County purchasing agent who l II I I tat oiklMwd porosity kl the ........11....- the growing of such to see just how lecturer and author of the much ; special mule

now seeking re-election to that 'tau pries by Kork a .,,,..,"tie.., "'nine..........pads..._the woo Doper.aheM. writ-. much manganese sulphate wa best I discussed book "How to Win Easter Monday and TueaI -

""'I- post which b* J\Ul.We4 inc ,January of ..... xla.p 'OIl.. -..- and what other practice were best Friends and Influence People. I day-7.30. Holy Eucharist

i 1837 has pledged himself to I for thl. In this experimentalwork will arrive In Miami for his flnt Other services a* announced
1 the lime policy In office which hw The principal whit potato area it was found that since this lecture appearance on April 21. i
In Dad begin about 20
resulted In I saving to Dude Coun- County area produce potatoes for the Carnegie whose' book hal sold ,
mile northwest of MiimU Florida,
J ty tax payers ef pearly ems quart early' market, and the early potato upward of a million copies and FLORIDA CITY COMMUNITY
and south between the
r ter million dollar' during hit administration rum bay markets have always been supplied< I.who hal achieved fame a* a radio 1 I CHURCH
the land for
and -
: b"IIII. < pin with and have grown to demand commentator and lecturer will I Apr 17 -Baptismal service
ten mile. This land is known
:: Mr. Joyce promise" an "efficient, a pink or red-skinned potato it I II present highlight of his book with I at the Sunday school hour.
, economical Impart! ), and busl- a* the glades This potato soil advisable to grow that kind of potato its prescribed method of getting
I 11 different from that found 'CllOFmANKS
nefi-llko administration of the quite and the variety of this potato along with people, its anecdotesand :I {
else United StatesIn .
in the
county." anywhere We wish to thank our friend
purchasing office of the which produce best la the Bliss common sense psycho'ogy
/ general it consult of layer or I for the floral
Working In harmony with the Triumph. I last many offering and
the 25 Mr. Carnegie
| During
two, two or three ]set deep, ofhighly I years .{ extended
been during
he hat
commissioner, 1 our I
county I|
calcareousmarl I volltlc I Illmerock The total acreage of white potatoes has trained more than seventeen ,
Instrumental In effecting I over grown has increased very thousand business and professional I I bereavement in the lost of our husband
which have been turned Du/Uig the summer the ( and father Preston H. Lee,
rapidly since 1927-28. By 1934- men and women,
table eloee to the among I
.Vln'l water lies surface I Mr. Preston H. Lee
the general fund, thus St the acreage had increased to them some of the most famous in
cl and sometime the field are Preston H.. Lee, Jr.
of the
down the taxes
and there totalof
As 3800 acre was a the country. HI aid to more
flooded after rains.
Dade County, Joyce' friend declare heavy I 820 car-lot shipments by rail effective speaking and the develop- Sidney J. Lee
i the planting season approachesand D.
Finley Lee.
that Each from 1930 ment of will
the summer rain subside the year year j, I winning personality
He has been I resident of Florida table two three to 1934 the acreage had doubled be Incorporated In his lecture, to be Robert M. Lee
for It yean I II I World War veteran j water drops or I that of the previous year. In given under the auspice of the Raymond C. Lee
feet below the surface and usually
and resides with hi* family 1935-1938 there about Annie Ruth Lee I
wa 4,200 Dade County Classroom Teachers
remain there during the growing Mr. and Mr*. John M. Lee
In Miami ) 1937-I|
season. Some potatoes are alao acres grown. This year, Association on April 21 at 830.;

grown on the lower and shallower! 1938 It I 11 estlmted that 8,000 acres'are Part of the proceed will be ap- L I

Preston II. Lee 'soils and particularly the areas planted, I I plied to the association' welfare

known locally.. the "Inland Dade County starting at the bottom fund. RE-ELECT
(Continued Tom Page One, glades"; but this soil hal not been I of the list only a few years His famous book, "How to Win

the Redland District before the found as suitable for potato growing -I"ago, 1* excelled only by one countyin I Friends and Influence People" .is "d ... J{
railroad had been extended here as the other glades because I II the production of potatoes that the fastest telling non-fiction bookin : .1

from Miami and homeiteadedwhere there la more risk of frost, drought of St. Jamei. This section of the country today. Hi talk will

he built the home and floods. I potato growing area put new potatoes deal largely' with human relationships .1.l

he occupied until his death. The.: production of white on ,the market when no and during the evening he .l

In 1(19 he married Miss In 'Dade County for other section of the country can, will conduct a Question and, answer -

Ruth Strickland of Flora- purposes, I II comparatively potatoe'l In the month of February and period. This will be his only' !

home Fla., sister of the late Justice !'. Industry They are: First March. Potato growing hal come appearance in Florida. ,

of the Peace O. L. Strickland'of ,111 about f923 tomatoes had to be the leading agriculture business 'W. P. Seri,rin, president of the 'I'IW.

Homcitead I planted on the glade and there I in this county. association, announce that the)

i Mr. Lee organized the tint cooperative wa no necessity for another lecture will be held at the Miami

packing house In Dads In the nineteen twenties the LEGAL NOTICES Edison High. Ticket for the I

County the Goulds Fruit and Vegetable mato event may be secured through -
| Industry was rapidly NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR TAX representatives
Grower! Association and Ins a losing proposition and to-I DKED of each school in
Chapter ITIlt-Arta of teal File AtttrNotfeo.
was president and general manager wa need of another crop, to. b hereby elves that Roy .. Dude County and the Red Cross
of It for several yean Later the place of tomatoes, which would Riuramon kohbr of auto and County TuCmtlffeato Drug Store

he relinquished his Interest In show Second .. No. set, Issued. th< and day _............" ...,....._..,-M"'.'.....,.........
a good profit. up un- t'of lop.. ..... A. D. ..MI KM filed urn
this and he and his brother Curtis til thl time potatoes could not be 'In nir offlw, and h. made applketlon for SERMON TOPICS
| a UK dead to ... Issued thorron said'
organized the Glade Tomato Growers ,
successfully grown on the glades Certificate embnees the following d.II ..M..M........._.."''''.."
Association and operated II because of element which .4 property In the County of Dada, Butt
I at Goulds for three or four year some of Florid. to-wltl FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHApr. D. "Bill"JOYCE
tamtoml J w Msl1niading In the solf.. It was Nit oT NEH of n.,. region *. 17 Morning sermon: .
then moved to the Trail then found that this element wasimanganose I Township M south, Range II But,
"The llrtory1 Christ Over
and continued its operation for eantalnine ma coney or kw, In
| which had to be added the County of L.4., lint, of Florida Sin and the Gn" ": evening
farm Interests In the
newly open The awesment ot mid property and"
to the fertilizer a* manganese
ed territory to the northeast of the maid artiflata Issued was in the same sermon "What Christ Has to
,photo at the rate) of 200 .,) Henry Scot,.,. Offer the Gentile U'orld
this district At that time Preston .UI// Union said emtfkau, shelf ho roiUomd
ton of fertilizer. PURCHASING
Lee was also president of the The aooordlnc to law the property doorrlh.od There will be I beautiful ser
Homestead Citrus I therein will b. oold to the highest bid. vice at the close of the even
Sub-Exchange: dn ot the Court bona door on the MM
which was the sales organizationfor I Dade said by tome to be the best I Monday In the month of May. IMS, thick ing service AGENT
rjural road system In the entire 10 the and day of May, 1.8M.
Apr IS Revival services
the Glade Tomato Growers, -
Dated took Hth day of Marrh 1'.a.
He w*. la $. rent rank in the:I South. B. LEATHKRMAN. by the Rev Lloyd King of Orlando DADE COUNTYPaid

citrus eyed 'tfon fight He and WJ. He and J. C. Ball took the lead Clark Dado of County Circuit, florid Court begin at 8 p. m Bible ( political advertisement

Krome contributed 179 I month: In putting throutthe digging CINUIt Court Beef conference dally at C:30 a. m..

each to keep the eradication work I of the Could Canal'which reclaimed My N.(Mar C.. II BTERHFTT:!:Apr I,, I D. II C.) story hour for children 3:30.o4' .

going until the state finally cameto all the' South Allapottah ,
Norica OP IAI.a or TA. narrirj.AipttraUoo ;.
the rescue with fund and torte. Garden and now used for potato CATEs

to fight the pest. .- farming and general. truck grow No, Mil
Moth la koroky crmK that Lflllo a.
Mr Lee served on the board of Ing Matthew koo flied with no written to-

county commissioners from January Mr. Lee woo one of the organizers Quest the tko tat oortlfleotan. tootthor
with nil MbooiwM omlltod levied
or tames
KIT, to January 1923. He of the Gould Baptist Church |Including the year less. .hold ky tko Halo /
j succeeded J J. Hinson of KendallHis and contributed heavily toward I! ... advertised and .... to the highest biddor / /
. for task M provided ky Chapter IMUO
I first work after taking office construction of the present church: .of tko 1111 Ale of the La''la awns, upon
f wa the building of the Ingraham building He w a deacon in the I the followhil oWrlkH Ml estate In the
Connty of Dade tate of Florida. ...-.It I
W Highway from Goulds to Larkins church until his deatlHe wasa Lota C, and D, Dlk *, Talumo Ride

p corner joining Coconut Grove at number of the board of directors .dalo>...Addition... hy,Cortirirato tko taxes No.to lost ko sold of ISM are

: the bridge crossing the canal This of the South Dade Democratic and -....... team too tko _.. tsllMl
a road opened up Chapman Field as Club and wa an active memberof I es 1628' *"". |M"Y* .--..M.*J ton
well as Cutler and all the territory the Redla'*:#htrfct! Lion Club. 1% of WU of NW .f NEt1 nestle"

adjacent to the bay and Coco Plum. He I* surviudJiy his wife six I| Townklp moro OT IT I,,.Range.. Tho is,seem oontalnla to .ko* I odd*.ItMroo There {r. only ont ;I real test for \

;1. the oldest bathing beach In the .... Jr. of Miami .
son, Preatosi am Ovid ood ky CortlfleoM No. M41 of roof-the t.1nat' it of Tim
1- __.. .... any
county, Sidney J of ptyttf,,and John M.. and for the .rare '
to ISM bah Inclusive
His next outstanding work wa Sidney J, FinWy, Robert I:. and lUTlTBald suspended Is why w. mdre Carey

i r i In MIT when he persuaded the Raymond of Could; one daughter ton omlltod oortlflraloo OT vivid-her team with will aHok.oo.uont W. I Roofing and Shin igle the

I commission pUl'ha.he: ate Miss Annie Ruth Lee; three brothers ask to tko klikoot kMo.r nt tko loon a
of the present county home and Herman A. of Alaflora, Ala., "- In Hsual, w the lilll day of A.rI. Dame "Care," hat :meant roof. f
I'M Uotaoino M the hear of Wo o'.lwlApr. .
1 I. hospital, the old Ced Bryant homestead -I Owen F. of Birmingham Ala, and A..11.. ram itwr.msr r the same Ing satisfaction foi r more than
northwest of Kendall He Curtis C. of Goulds; three sister, may .be i.-.e. M tiel aor.wlased
{ pe MIss' r-. this
the 60
at& .
t worked hard for 'its development Mr C. F Jeff rs of Thomasvill. star of Apra. roles. '". years.Get

;' during his tenure of office and a*I Gay..Mrs IUL*.Ratua of Jasper, E.. .. LEATRtlItIlAH. \ "
Clark Cion" ,' : ;
-. .
a starter opened It a* a f.nn.to I. Fhu and Mrs. Ceo. Allison of W grab. Calmly, ::1....... ....,..,. ", Our loii'prleitht 00 .t .. .
feed the.county convict !1 1 iDuPont Ga, and one grand" acsb" C.lN'T y. +.1'ht l li't uatity roof We : :

f He was one of the prim mover daughter,, Betty Jo Lee Published S. IlN IS. 55550A -

; with the tale Captain. T. Jsudon. OU1of7fWft.nluve.* who ,t- right type'for .vf y.porV I.
t In bringing about the constructionof ,'tended the funeral were: ttt and ; gal I : :and
pose puree.
:! the Tamiaml TralK and II County (Mr*. Jeffer; Mr. and le rs. Allison BE SKINNY .

t commissioner helped tot the, ; Mrs. Ratliff and two sons Amuse pies of I to .. _.. hia
tow ....k. aro ..... .a.o ass a..ln
tint contract to McCrary J> Co Martin Lee and Henry, H. A. Lee, f wot VHo laa sad Iron (at oonlolo.]

He also helped put over the first I,Jr., of Weak Palm Beach: a nephew oUniouw h> Tt n ol>antobu M pw, hnprom dirt. Vlnol aimed k.lo bad* lROOKER tml BERCOMPANY

bond Issue of Mofl.OOO to tart construction Oeo. Cettinghara and Mrs. Cot. orvon_ Droloom vilest assl.I.... .

of the Trail He, also unshorn of New 'York; Mr. and lh. i.ndi. VfeMl fala II aoodo CoothM*, *. take aWOMI7. Telephone 62 w Homestead, Fla.SHINGLES .

t had a hand in putting through Mr Wiley Lee and daughter

construction of the county causeway ,Winnie, of Fort Myer Fifty ROWNI rauconrTMM Dana troat

connecting Miami and Miami friend and acquaintance from '

BeaclIn 192J he worked hardto Miami attended.

get a general bond Issue amount-1'10.I Pall re'Cox were Walter Turner's Funeral Home s1W9r ,e

lag to $, whole [ Tatbott, Geo. Cooper, Cha 6
county for |'| J. D. Redd, R. P. Barfield

This wa th* beginning of the road and I. T. Leggetl Lady Atteadast

building eraIIa' resulted In the I Turner Funeral Home wa to Phone 844-R Homestead Da. V R GO Y AR$

present listen of road in South ]:I charge of arrangements. j

I.i. imw ..L_ --. ifF:000!! .1 as-_ 1141. "" / .-;" !. '":-- oil lit .. ._.---- --
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Friday April 15,1938 THE LEADER- ENTERPRISE Pas* Eleven '


:,i( and Arrested turned by over Homestead to county police officers .t NOTICE; or SAtB-.or rATF'Applkeatl. TAI citriri'I NOTICE fir INTENTION TO MAKE AP.PLMATION : CLASSIFIED ADS

for disposition Charles Herring .. N*. l"l MINOR CHILD. l

Pradnhaw and EdwartFoulkei. !I Notice b ho ally clva that Hiittli Wok; TO ALL PWRMMI":
legion km filed with at* written roejoael,f NOTftB IB SOREST 01VRN that Walk-' RATE: first Insertion 104 a UM; subsequent huerUona
itinerant white laborers. that the ui _II...... tontlin with al;I 1 J. .
or Powlor. af Porrln*. Flor*! the 50 Ilea
.lead laol,.d' a
sentenced subsequent onlttod or taxes
were on vagrancj Int Ua roar IMS, boW W MM saw bet ; apply uMor.faced.to Oa -Reau.h5N: :' A.W D.=: .

charges to thirty*$ and ten day vortoMd tad gold to UM kin-toot Model wall. coo 01 .. WJWfewMe "
wiles far ...h.. provided by Chapter IStM, Mtto ; of th Ctoroatk =let season. Jungle
Imprisonment, respectively, I ; .Gout. FOR RENT Grove Re41an4
IMt Act *f the Lftrkdaur*, an** UH' '..... ...
In nnd for Code 0. ,. for (
--I road and er
before Judge" Wayne Allei I UH : Plummer drive.
tried raUowtnt described Mil raw m pjrdr* aMknrHInc the .doptem ky the eri

In the court of crimes Wednesday. Captor III Dads Btoto_'... -Th. to-rfcl t !t I Monfeaod.. a" certain Infant ". amnod FOR RENT Furnished apt i
Lot SI W. D. H luh axle'
The sentence are the result of i I tot... MM. an r la *.ad by confiscate. Ma, Mur OP Janot WtUOH Pester ALL at*FKRBONS two Month.WILL downtown. Summer rate Mil FOR SALC 40 windows, 95 door

Silt of lost cad neroeenu *.u4 ter jUM;1 BtflTNOTICEWALKER. I plate lion doors all complete
current drive by the local polloidepartment I : .. TAKE : Sept. 1. See Henry Behrens
roan IMO to IMS, bolo lnrlu.lv* amount.Ins J.
to rid the city of un-, III.41. or Ben). W Morris. (mlBtf) I lavatories 2 fire hosee roil 1
( '''''. IS. II. SOI ..... "/, ,.. IM$).
dt-.lhbl. chnracttfri who have nc I Bald a. nrtlflmtor. bunt*. with a I pipe and fittings, large qu.ntiu

subsequent *mltud .. had UM will k visible means of support cold to Ik* highest bidder. M the OurlfouM
} In Miami on lk.liKl4.iro/. R. BI&"... 104 N. K.: 2nd Ave reinforcing Iron, from Burdlnr v
1M> .....1.. *l Uw bow *f to* o'nloel. ; Appllt.Uo. N* BUTcep
A. M.. or u MM ,Noah.. M the .. tfotlr I. honor tint thai' Panic* (m'tl) Scott A Whlteaker 3100 N W

easy M Mark III due. MUMO.Datod Greed Und Company bad filed with me 37th Ave. Walter Voelker at
at Misty Florid, this this IStld" I wrltun request that the Ui certificates FOR RENT Furnished
nil mknioint scuttled w yard. Phone 34115.
with !
GROVETHEATRE totottor (ail
of *.* I
ULL LIATHKR-AK. turbid UXM Incudlnc tto year .", told. ment clean, all conveniences.

Cloth Circuit Cart.Md. Morten. 'ky highest the Saw bidder to for ndvrttoo Mob M and provided Md to Old br Also furnished house, 1 bedrooms FOR SALE: ( acre, over 300

((Circuit Court ... ) County, ,' Chapter Jingo, af the IS3T Amex of the all electric.: : Mrs. Eva Collins feet highway frontage on main
JNO. rENNO It. C. ............. upon the following doavrlbodnal
By comer Biscayne drive and highway from Miami to Key
the of Dodo BUMf
MUM to Shealy :
COCONUT'GROVE (PuklUtod Apr IS 33. M. IMS) -
Florid, to.wit Federal highway at Model, West, between Princeton und
I NF.VJ of NEU: torn I. A t. Ry Na.%
Matinee Saturday and Bandar NOTICE ,0! BALE OP tAt CIRTir. of NWU of NE1i.9dMWAutNw% Naranja. Home In beautiful setting

2ktoIIs.a. CATKSAppHontton BWH mt NBU: al NWM. Sestina f. : FOR SALE of coconuts .
mangos, sapodlllas
N.. lost chip U, Bonn ... wnulnlnt M4
Motion. la honor live that Mary Unl _.." or to told. I royal palms, polndanas,
shots T and t F. nisi A.m. lua fllod with ma the t .....,......bey Cart Hirst.Na 4IOI of fah' $[500 House and lot, no Improvement I and other tropical fruits. All
thee tan .....,_ l .wt sir wit all auk ,sea ropneonu ass for the yuan lot *.
aoawnt _I..... levied taxes IncludlniUM I U less, both. Inclusive, nmounlln to' modern conveniences, hardwood
IM*. .held ky th* Buto to cur.$117.85.. $1JOO House and lot House hatS
17 1$ yMr floors. Bargain at $4,900.00. Aim
same Mon., Tue.. Apr. \ timed and said to tto bltneet bidder for ro.ln h i>f NEH.!: RKt, nf NWH ) rooms oak floors fireplace
II provided ky Chapter IMM, of .... Ill'T toINa"v.'E'.W: :; NEti of SW"4 of NES, I acreage It more wanted. O L

Ace of UM 110'.'_. upon th* followlnidoncrlbod I Bortto a. Township U, Range 41, con.I Needs some repairs, that's the I de Frese Box 64, Nsranjo. Fin)
OONNALLT. JOHN real MUU In the County af DadoBUU tolnlnt II arts mon or IOM. The UIM reason for the low price. AU I
WALTER I af Florida. .. .1.I to to sold, nn avid.reed. br Certificate No.
HOWARD l. Lot 4 Blk., I Central AM. to BuoniVUto 'I 4HtT af INS and. represents axes for the Improvements.. For Sale -Large
The ..... to ... told nn art. .. IMI ,.... both. lnclu.lv., ._Moo $2300 Groom house. Has 3 bedrooms I
br oortrfwato No. OMIT of IMI And yes to 14 two .
: "PENITENTIARY"Wed. I I = axes for the nr KM, IMII No\of N914 of NW PA. aortHMl. Town- fireplace bath and all : struction Camp on Keys

I IUR7. and IMI. mountlnt' to SM.M ship II, Root 41, eontolnhip M nrncI Improvements. Tile construction 29 buildings Ideal for fishing ,)r
Bold. ut rortlflrauo tunthor with. alI mon or...e The axon to to Wit anI .
I I auhnmu.nl omltud or bled axes all rvldennd kr Certificate N. ..,. of IMI has 2-car tile garage. This la low tourist camp. Buildings In Ie"

.. Thurs. Apr. CO. tl to auld to tto highest" bidder at the CourtN.uao and npnonnt ones for tho yonn IMI price. tons easily dissembled''and n"r
In Miami on .... IMh day of April. to I. both ...1.'.*. amountmi Oo III.10.I .
MICHAEL WIIALEN. GLORIA : IDS'. torlnnlw nt tto hour of Ton o'ekirlA. NWU of NWU' to. B. A. L. Ry, Boo. $750 About 7 acres glade 3 I erected.C. .

M., or .. ooa thereafter na the same thin S, Township M, Ralun 40! containing acres pine 4-room house Y. THOMPSON CONSTRUCTION -
STUART IN may he reached I. duo .......... IT mon or ..., i6 taxes
i Dated nl Ml.ml Plortdn Ohio the Still I be 4auld nr* evidenced by Cartll'lmu No tlSOO Great big frame house, CO., CONCH KEY FLA..

: : day of Mank IOI.. 4B7I of IMI and nproorala taxes for the 10 acres pine lot of pot Tioles ON OVERSEA HIGHWAYFOR
Change of JlearFrIda L H. LRATHWRMAN, rvon IMI u 1011, both lntlu.lv. Amount I
i Clerk Circuit Court, Int to 14.11. Can make terms.
I SALK: im ronllnfl fear-
Dade County, ,...101.., No.* of NRM of NElt..t\of SEH of $11500-Small frame cottage, about -
I (ClronHCourt Ball Pill'4 of NK4, Rib of of NI1(. door sedan brand new! twlnl ,
SI .. By JNO. rr.NNO D. C NWi of SWU of Nl(4S.rtio II. Town. 40 good trees around house, bal.
/. Saturday, Apr. M, I! (Published April 1. S. IS. loss). .hip U, Rnnn 40, Mntolnlnn W sun ance) of 10 acres has been In I Job, new tires mechanically

Mon or Ira*. The axon to to cold an perfect! $515. Terms. Jobs ...
THE JONES FAMILY I *.Ida..... ky Certificate N., 40OS af feet grove. i
NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAII Starbonuth Phone It. (piping
l> ,. I I DIED and npiMinto to>M for th* peeps lost 13290 4-room house, all Improvements ,
M IIM both
InelUflv amounting to
Chapter IT4STArt. mt loss Over 500 Persian FOR SALE Seedless
Tl. grapefruit
I File A IMT I'I
-Hot Water""Flash | NottM la hereby tiro* that Pr ton R, I OS4 01 MEM of NES, CK' nf N*. (, limes on 4 acres of scarified: 90c bu Valencia oranges, 3Jopk. :
.f NWi( nf NEK S of NW ol
Gordon"LEGAL !, I... toldar* No.of TSOS Stake M.rd and County the 7th Tai day Conttrieht alJulr. ,; Nat{. .:.. SO. Townehlp npid %n. Rage 40. land. Nice location. I Mrs. Eva Collins. Modelto.

aontolnln 41 suns mon ar ..... The UIM 14990 Large frame house al '
A. D. IOW. ton filed some In m" ,
office. and. ban mad nppllcatlon for I I110': :of sold Ins an and ovhtonoed npnnnta br Cortlf UIM kato for No.the Improvements, tub and shower EXCELLENT after shaving lotion

I tea dood...b to_to ,bound UM thereon.following Bold d..rlra6.rty Centflroto bid i years IMI t* I..... both lnclu.lv amoant.Int baths hot and cold water. Finely for men. Hand and face lotion

I In th* c..... 01 Dodo, ..... *l r to $91$5. landscaped. Over $8000 recently for Udies. Make It yourself for
NOTICES7oTic llnrtda. nf NEK of IWH of Nim. Wt nf
towHlI IIW
I w% of EH: of BK<, d BWH to Soo. of NEU of NW1(. NWU W NH Invested In thla place, now a few cents per pint. Material at
Tirl'Appllrnltoa t.... 14. Township. M Bouth, Rann II BootConn of VWH. ,.'4 of BKM of NE$ of BWK.BWU all drug stores. Complete Instructions -
TAX (: offered at big sacrifice. Price
or J."Tj ; of NEt of BWU. Ill., of NW<4 of
'0.0'' A. Ie u"
!., 7 Dodo, ...u'ofVhTrMa.Tk N)of 5W4.5IW,111.f SWn Includes fine furniture and : 25c coin and name
N. tOWNotkw U ? BV N< of. tr. of BW .
4 4 % KKH
and address of two Address
vndolth friends.
aieeeimont Mid -
that'U L. Suit proporty acres land with fruit
t* honor film l n ofBWU BEU: of 8WH, NWH of NEH of S H4.
with ........ .... Mthat t; aid MrtHtomto nvuod wne In thSiam" J. B. Sommers Mrs. 't'C
ran hu filed m. alt James J. Manhall.link LIRi of NEU of BEU.!: Soctlon t0. Town- $6000 Lovely new rock house, c/o
te toi nrtlflcaua tonthM with all I Mid aortlflraU riull W ndovM, hip ... ..... 40, containing I4S ..... M. McMichle. 2110 N. W. 46thSt
tovkw axes quarters patio
... emitted nr I Owned nr looe. BUM to to sold an garage ,
r>'rthTroor' let. hold by klthnrt tha Sate boatoo: rd therein aroordlnt will to to awe cold MM to UM peuperlrdar highest. ...n...help..r| avMonood. by co.TIr.: No. 411 of IM some fruit around house. Includes Miami.
.rtUo4 and arid to the and .... ..nto UM for tho room IMt to
M.h w provided by Chapter II..., of the, at the Court base door .. the first Nowday .' IMS both ........,.*, connecting to HIT.ITr.U IS acres of land. CLEAN used toilet 1
,. set good
Use month af Mar, ISM which condition
IMT Acts nf Ih. ......,....... upon UMfollowlnn Lot 41. Luta 44. II, II nad all LotS $9500 This price U reduced
la the end dar of Man 1914
d.I1. mat Mate In the North of County Road.. Beetled I. Town.chip half price. $8. Holluter
Count of Pd State of Gbimnrl.e.. baud Ohio KJth day. B. ol LFATHERMAN M.rrk IMS.E. II. Rant I*. aoaulnlnp 4.M area from 15000. It Includes 40 Sage! Kings Highway, East
14 tn SO Blk. IS Corn nor* or bus The to cold
Lou .... Clerk of Circuit Court taxes to anvkkMMd acres of land of which about K
|>r S.... The taxes U to cold an ky Certificate" No. MM of IMand 1
dead by _I'..... No. 1110 of lost Court nool. Bd County Ftorldn.Circuit represents Uroi for the year IMM acres are In grove. The houseIs R. L RED FRYERS-Live or im..

and bulb tomes for the yMn HSOM By N. 0. TERRETT D.C. < IMS, both Inclnorn. inouotlnp to S*..If. a dream, having 8 or 9 rooms ad. Free delivery In city. Phrne
I.. Incluilva omountlnt to I LoU 4S. 41, SI. IS ... 44. M. M. IT i
I. S 11 II
Apr. ,
( )
including all modern Improve. 535-M. McEwen Poultry Plant.
and I*. Section 1. Township ... Rant* ISoontolnlnt .
"iald"'uK nrrtlfk-ntol ......- with all 1.0 acm nun or IOM. Th ments. Tile floors walls are
auhooouoal omllUd or levied ass will NOTICE or SALE or TAX CBRTIPI. ..- to to cold an avldeniod by Cortlfl.MU LOST
to cold to tho highest. bidder at the Court CATERApplication No. SOST af IMI and. represents axes Tiffany finish. $3500 cash required

moos InOfl.ml, on the god day of M.y.IMI No. IIMK for the raKJ IMI to IMS, bah. Inclualv. and assume Federal loan
I ihnibit nt tto boor of Ton o'alock 'Mr* la hereby clean that Ooorn PtiUtlpa assuming to III! ... LOST *- Between Hartloe PackingHouse
A. M. nr a. some thereafter ... the .some hot filed with. no written reduced that All Lou St. 10 and II Strip of County for balance at around 6% Interest and Homestead office .
may be marked I. IM... the loa corliriraM together. with all auks.e Road Boptlnn I. Townohlp M, Kant Moonulnlnm pout
MW. me Mist" thin the ,lilt .0 MarMod .. low'"" tana, including' SO memo man mt IOM, The on Monday small black
day of April.. 191'. Iha year IMA. Mid hy the auto ko adMrtlood torn to to sold an evidenced kr. Cert*. H. A. CAMERON: coin containing keys.md
E. a. LEATHERMAN. : and. odd W the klakoot bidder for II...* No. IOM of IMI and represents team Phone 71 Ilomeeiead Fin purse
Clerk tot Chorul& C o.rt. fish u provided kr Chapter HIM. of UM for the years IMI to IMI both InolMl. $4.30. Reward for return to Mrs.W .
Dace 1=....,. fl..I.. amounting to IIT t*.
| 1M7 Aola of the Lwtolaluro wpon tko Bright
tlrc.lt Court "..1.i. 1. I I Mlowlaf dowrikod real estate In the County LM 01 NWly ol Comply R..n<.. north FOR SALE Valencia D. Mahan Redland or to

tlr JNO. rrjj ?- D. c of t>on.. BUM of Work).. toward. .. Township. 14. ..... '11. TH. loans to oranges, grapefruit and Juice at Leader-Enterprise office. (pm23)MISCELLANEOUS
I I- (PublUhod AP* II. 116. it MI. Lot .. Blk .. West Buena VIo... ,... to and on evMmrod kr Corllflont. No. South Krome Ave. and
ta.oa to ho ...... ara ..jde.| .... ky Cort''". T4II of IMS add. roprcaonta axes for the I stand
NOTICE OP BAIR) nr TAX CERTIPI- ate No 4>M of |MI and roprooonta are roar in to ISM both inclusive, ._ Third St. Homestead. Fruits i

CATER: I for tho years IMI, Oil. loss, IMT and Ina a $1.78.i H. L. Cook. (t18a29)
A.'Ir."" N. till : IM*. amoimtlap to MM i{ LoU 46. 4S, IS 14. IS, M add ST S.& grown by FREE Several well-grown
Notice la nonbjt tlvon that Uon Will has Lot S. Blk. .. Wool Buses V..... TW ,... I. Township M. Range 4*. oontolnlni I
filed with mm wrltun request that teas ass to ko will. are avWoneod. kr OortlfV 'II... acres raor or is.The axe to FOR SALE Tropical plants, clt"rus spathodia (fdrest flame), trees

certificates together with all ouhM.4uont aato No. 4 emitted ar UvM taxes Inclndlat the for tk* roan IMI. .. 101.. IMT and beef of ItU and Mpne.to team for tharonn '1
year INS, told *r the But to idvmtord lens amountlnt to SKI. IMI to IMI. both laoluelv*. ajnounw HollUter Sage. East Kings H.gh'*<

and nwl In In* blvhool hidden for sob 04 Lot ... Blk '. West 8.... VIo... The I.. .. 110' II. LEGAL NOTICES way.
provided by Chapter ..". at oho IMTAU ass b> ha cold nro .......... kr Cortiri.nto Lot ... Math -of Callow Bad. and Loa
of the Locblntun, upon tko followingd.arib.d No. 4tM 01 IMS nnd. _... taxes Is 10. n 004. 46. Seetia a. T.wsuhip 64
pant I mute ln tho .County ntDnoV toy tko room IMI, IMI. IMS fee pad Range 4$. containing, N.h areas Owen NOTICE OF APPLICATION TAI WANTED
But of fIo.... twwHi INN), amounting to SIS.T.. or .loan, Tto aced to be aid ere w4 oeip
Lot U W. D. Morn'. Bub. Th tone. Lot M, Jllk .. Want Along y..... The. ....... ky Certificate N. IMt '". lost Chapter I MOT of 1>I1. fno A-ttU
to to noM nr* oiliamood ky ortrflonto No. axes to ko cold aro rrMrnoid. kr Cortlfl.MU and. ropnaenta I.... for the Penn JIll Notio* b kid rdA Ihron that Dora 1111.... I WANTED Listings of halted
OMS of I'M bad ropneenu taxes for tko No. <.! of CM and roproaonu ales to IIS, hoik lnclu.lv.. MMnnUnp to HITLoto r bolder sate sad Connlr Tax Cortlfkoato I I and apartments for rent. Henry
roan IMO to late, bah ...,....*, amountInt f<* Ik* room IMI_ IMI IMS loll sad N. N": M. ST and W, bed MM 1th
H lit.... IMS, nmoanllnl to HIS.Bald 4. 4r I. and shag pan ., Lot 14 any of July A. D. IN, bad filed MOM toy Behrens It Benj. W. Morris, N. 1
BaM to< certificates Woodland with all ... _II...... tolothor with all Mat N. nf County Ron*. nWthw 6. ." .... and k" pae awlbatitar Krome ave, north of It-cent
eukooaumt omitted nr tovbd taxes. will be aukomuint omlrtod ar levied image will Township M Room 4*. oamutotop t10arr. e ..* dood to k* baud Ihoroon. Bald Car.
cold to ''" bidder at the CourtHnuoo ko aold to tho blebs biddy al tk* Cow maps w has, The bea be said liricaloo amkraM, MM following dooorlkodmoonr store; phone 94. (sU-tf)
t I..t', :: on tto sell d.y of Mar.IM Hnuo In .,..... .. tk* talk day at Apr*. an ovldro.d br Crt 111.... No. UH ol 10 MM CM of Dodo. But* ofLo
*. beginning at Iho'ko.oW ton .'-* IM*. beginning aa Iko hour at Ton -clock loss sad nvneoMa tout for th room NOTICE TO A. M. ar ne sea thereafter u Iha mine A. .... M no ooon thonnrtw an tha comes IMI W IMS both Imitative. commodities, "iiTlll.r. L. Ascended Plat Bahlandato N Cast of th* County inhrai Brnlar ..
may to touched In duo. .ran*. only k. ronrkrd I I. duo. oouroa.Oaud to tM.Lou Park. N. 6. Plat Hook IT. pat 4 rIori .. Dad C........ N* M n.
Datod at Miami. Morton Ohio the little at. Miami i'tor-a. this the. Sit IT I/a/3$1a$1.at671Fort H. In this Coanly of Do... SUto of rir.Id. i r* mean of Charles H. Ely l.x
t dog of April ,.... .., of April of Lou ft. fl. tl sea M War SE'lr\ of .. M .kmood M 07.Mif.sM.., ... .
L L LRATHERMAN' I IHct S. tlATHIUMAN: I Corny Road that part nf I-U 01 and MMnt Th sees_ *f MM proporty nndortho T* oil C...._. *..-. Plotrlkvtoo*,
Clerk ., Check Court Cloro. of Clrralt Court NWhr nf ,. L C. Rr. aerobes, 4. said fMtirknto bred woo hi Iko sad All Ponona HovMit) ClaleM M Horn
lade County, rlsrida.or Dad <<:00..,. riorWChvnlt Townohlp ... Rant 40. _.101.. SMacna ,.._ of Unknown. ,no. Against Bald RotntriTo ,
Clnnft Court Vnl. Court Baal Mon or ..... The loans to to add Lou IS and 34. Block. L. Amended Pit and auk of yon an toirby nMI'lr
4No. FNO. D. CL. It 1110. nNNO.: D. C.PoMi.hd an evidenced br Cortlflnto No. ago of Hnlkindato. Park Mo. S. Plot Book IT. and nonrnd to present nny ..._ snit A.Ow. .

\. .__. few"" A aa. lI.it II. ... 1...,. Apra .. ... II, loot and ropnnnta axes for tto roan I.... 66 n tko Connty of Dado SUM IInur. ....., whirls yea or either of yon w.orhoer
IMI both amkraood In Ortlfkou N. .nlnt th, of O.rlM II
to IMI, Incluclv. accounting to I .. aa MtoU Fit
, r lltl II. I 17. Tho aMMmont of Mid propwtrndcr biked '...1....... Oakland c:_...., Ml .nkm .
--;--- --- -- --- Lot 14 lying SE'lr mt anxiety _... SW- ,. the MM. Ortlflrou hoed. .... to *. to the County Jwtn of Bod O m. .

ties a, Township ... Rambo 40, containing I lINt saw, of Unknown* yea Plarlda at frkw to Ito f< *r
i .t. aeroa mom or .... The taxes to tooold Lot IS. Bath 1.. Amended]! PUl H hnInto paw at ir -tlo": wither t.Wv*
nn aMonnd br Ortlflnto N... MIST Park aid '. Plo Book 11. Pam M.to nMMto front tto time of rto nn ,a.b"11.ta..5 > t
of IMI and. .-... UIM few fills, yonnIMt I Ik* Cou.tr: at Dado. BUM of Klorlda Ohio noting Mid *lnlm> *t .
EDWARD STILING t* IMS, both Inclveln anMuntlnf A.Use. ,M *Mkra rd to Certificate N*. Sa. The Mnd* M to ._. to .nd _....) Mnoooald. .
I ,MMtonwnl of aaJd property under Ik* MM or MOM will to anmd. fChnptor .. .
*aM tan oortiru-.tM. Smother with all ,Certificate fanuod was In UM eat ft VnUntoM > IIM4 Law of the Blot nf FUrM
lutotonent iMlttod. nr vvlod UIM will to I Pow.. for Fear IMT.Datod 1
. rid to tho kNjhoot klonor at the Cure said Cartttwnua ....11 ko Mda.nl.id February lotk. A. D. I....
Haw to Miami an tto lark dor. of April.A Demanding to ".. tha ptooortr doocrlk.id CARL R. U.V,
Real Estate des General 1"4 N w beer of am ....... there4vela be veto to the klahoa kM- A* Anrlllar AdmMetnur o4 4h* fouhrof
I 1 M, or M aeon thomattoo an filed mine ,... at UM Conrt human door an ... flrot Charles H. Kir. Pii a"d. o
say be rohtkud to doe.. Monday. M the dash of II.,.. '.... wkk-h (Feb U. Mar. ..it,1426.Apr.1.1IS.
Dad .t Miami ......... tkkv tn* IMk a.. 1546.) .t
day. W Marck. IMS.K.. 10)1': :::", ,....

Cor. Palm Ave.-and Ave. B Florida City Clef ClrenM Covert, Chas ...

FI&"I MlDadt Coo.., Fkoridn.Clrrnrl Dodo Coonty, rholda I
( Coast lr N. c. TEBKKTT: V. C. = JA !4

., .. Br iHO. PTNNO. a C. ,Circuit Cart Mal" i
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Twelve TEE LFADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, April 15,1938

.VJf.wur .
(Continued from Pap One) r
suits from a marketing standpoint nNDu. Gelatin
"Our wont Ja net:
POTATO SIZEIn from other territories. It comes'I Q e Desserts
from within through haphazard
shipping by Independents and competing Primes
I bulletin released by: Hw pecking house groupa thai Pudgys
are not at all times fully Informedas y
state agricultural extension aer to market conditions In every a-Ik pats 21111111111 1117 1 1 1
vie through the office of County quarter of the United States," Mr. __ per pkg.19c .
Agent Charles It Steffanl!, all Swan declared. Sc
His request that the chamber'
potato growers In this area art
call a mass meeting of all growers
urged to attend an Important eon /
to thoroughly discuss the situationand I
ference to be bald In the courthouse I create a central board of con !
at Wait..... Beach.... Monday, trol to regulate distribution and
April U.Thlt advertising and disseminate accurate -I % IL can .................... 23c RICE

If one of I series of conferences -I approval.dally data On met the with commute unanimous -- :. TEA % Ib. can ................ UcBORDEN'S i
called the 5 Ibs .
by afrtculturaladjustment named by President George W., u .22c'j
administration U 13 I
Turner to organize the meetingare
early and Intermediate potato pro Mr. Swan Dr. / B. Tower and SILVER COW
during states at the request olrower Dr. Lloyd C. ShenUln.Their plans MEAL or GRITS
( representatives In Waih- will be announced later.
ington. North Florida growers MILK 3 Tall Cans Zlc:.
will be heard at a similar session 5 Ibs. _..__...19c
In Palatka the following day. SAVE THE COUPONS
At the hearing., official of the Monarch sweet
AAA and extension service will Continued From Pace One)
discuss with the growers a propos In replacing Its regular weekly JEWEL OR VEGETOLE CORK2No.2cans..27c
luncheon with a tour of greetingto
ed continuing marketing agreement Its southern neighbor the Homestead .1 lb. pkg ............... 12c
and better regulation of the
industry club baa gained much val-, LARD Ib. pkg.; ................ 45c
According to the bulletin the uable publicity for Its home town, 8 Ib. pkjr. .........._.... 89c,
In the opinion I of Frank B. Rue FREE Jack Armstrong

proposed marketing agreement !
chairman of the committee on ar
for the 11 states Involved rangements. George M. BALLARD'S Plain or Self-Rising Telescope with

would of prohibit the of Intentate lower shipment club secretary' and his FrlCk.1 5 lb. ............29c
than the U.potatoes S. No. 1, smaller grade than Miss Virginia Frick, Flour 10 lb. it. ............ 55c: 2 pkgs. Wheaties
Homestead's share of the entertainment -
one and one-half Inches In dlsmeter. program at the Key West 20( lb. bag ............ 98c
Federal Inspection of the banquet SAVE ....... .. 27cARMOUR'S
grades will be required. If the' I
agreement Is reached and b approved .nI1TlrI1L SANS MADE
by the secretary' of agriculture vtouxaN. OLD TIME TABLE
. growers will have an .eta a a..a..Ny ... eta. PEACHES
opportunity ... _
. : to ballot on the program .......asps.. __._owS v.....w.. No. 2/ can ISC Big Hominy I
before it Is put Into effect
i! ann i.DAVIS No. 2 z can.. lOe
WANT ADS PAY I I'M ... L _.... Elsa ...... .

! JUICE, Quart..Z9 & BeansNo.2Hcan..lOc

Oldest Chevrolet

Dealer on East Coast J I Vegetables J I Fresh Meals I Sunburst PEARSNo. Bartlett

5 New Red Bliss Fancy Western No. 2% can ..lSe

BK9 SINCCBcsixisa Irish Potatoes Round Steak BABY
I1--'--""! MUCH mi

_"H .. ALAN lOIbs. __ __.__ 23c lb. .. .... .--. 25c LIMA BEANS
.... .
i --- .....__ Country RollBUTTER

We are in need of Used Cars SNO BALL DOMCO

Bring yours in for an appraisalon Cauliflower Peanut Butter
Ib .. ....... 35c
1 the new 1938 Chevrolet. The Ib ....... .'. 12c 2 lb.jar ...... 25c
; Car that is Complete. I BEST GRADE
I Heinx Assorted
WINESAP White Bacon

1936 Ford Sedan, Reconditioned steal at $425 : SOUPS2mediumcans27e
APPLES lb. __ ... u._ 19

1929 Ford Coupe $75 5 Ibs. uuu. 24c Fancy Western, boned Heinz Fl'tlhCucumber

and rolled chuck

1928 Ford Coupe '.4 .<.. Pickles
A Tito1 $65 Golden Ripe Beef RoastBANANAS
j Trucks of an makes and models. 'j,.'. a.'.1. I lb. .... ....... 25c family size jar 25c

3 Ibs. ._.... 13c Boned and Rolled Fancy Brown Sugar :
: 1934 International Pickup $275
Veal RoastCELERY 4 Ibs. ....... 25c '
I Long: Stalk Crisp

1936 Chevrolet Cab and flat body $395 lb. uu... ... 29c DEL MONTE

Fresh local dressed COFFEE
Several trucks under $100 stalk .. ..... lOci
Fryers, lb. .. 35c Ib .......... 27c


,..v.MaNIY. 0134% Bird HAMS U SALE:

Ib. ......... 2Jc .
t Chevrolet 2 Ib s. ........19c ate 1* Ik. average THis lOLL
offWHIN .
" 1 J Sliced Breakfast
Co. Carrots or Beets 4 lOLLS AT 2fe .

103 N.Krome A Tea Phone 98 bunches .... 15dlb. S ROLLS

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