The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00171
 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 22, 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: UF00087294:00171
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Aarieable differences ef aealen, finally ad jpdt@*, eta essential
P.O.BUiLDINGtOOK: to the ffWent devetopneat ef a public project seek aa U* if ifTO
threM .. to ereato a slip pestle the least ef Hsaorttad thai will
....... visitors and evesiuially. ...... a. saiUnas seers of ere Wtl.
call** to sec More people and future geaeraUssM.Hewever .
a ........ attempt to disparage the entire Nan "
wok argvsMate thai fall to Wow the slighted tepee ef laUUIfralrstunning
reek leas smbtle ......... leads ewe to seek far a pereeiiaiMotive.

la the first place the city shill Nt be auikled far foods I*
Wilcox Says develop and Motown thin eesMMinlir ........ HM project a* aiaav.ed LAST RALLY OF Mayor and City Attorney
Jlomettead Heads List to ......, Sftf-Ua..M> lB. and aalf s...j...... There wilt Worm Committee to

For Federal Building be M ann upon thi municipal treaaary, eUker far perchase. eeitntction .. Study Proposal
: or malntenanoa.On .
ADMITS REAL NEED the eealrary. ender the plan avbrnUtod by affklab W UM I LIBRARY HAS DEFICIT
Model Und Co. at a conference with UM ....... saanmlUie to HELD TOMORROW
Homestead last Friday, there will be a surplus ef '''..M'., perk
Drive Thru Council Find Means of
Will Project development paraesee after certain perilous .f the trtaatvlar *1- to
\ It Possible During; the ,ten tract have been sold In lots at prices ragging treat KM to I1M Democratc candidates for state Settling Ancient
Current Year apiece. who th*-My will acquire II acres of lad Meal fee *eea and county office will make their Obligation ';
and park alto a aetatlal fond far street eeawtriKtlon laadscap- final appearance in Homestead

I Homestead hM in excellent lag sad bsil...Hat* ad the removal *f aa eyesore that has M.- before the tint primary at a meet Acceptance -by the city council

chance t* get a MW postoffic and Ueoably attracted pfstrtsa far ream ing scheduled for American Legion Monday night of M offer of 1.000
federal building this year In the The theory that te city wilt tose to* rrreaM by UM deal la Park at t p. m. tomorrow. cash donation from the Rodlnnd
opinion of lUp. J. Mark Wilcox, childishly shear. Ivan a third trade stada4 oeeJd sea that the Loud speaker equipment and the! District Chamber of Commerce toward -
who spent About an hour here on renew derived. frays toxea assessed against ladlvMaally owned big time clock limiting the lengthof erection III. community
Wednesday morning greeting old and Improved tola weald be far greater then the tun sew reeelved. speeches will be In use. according building I II considered to be the
acquaintance and chatting with yearly beat the emUre tract.O to J. D. Sibert, primaries manager tint and most Important step to
sidewalk group that gathered to ta hardly ssaalstiat fee press ........ of the preset to for the county' Democratic fill a long-felt community need.
discus with him various Issue* ef claim there la ".. Manor for P...,." and fellew this adds phrase executive committee. In making the offer an behalf
national end local Jmporta"AI -. with a suggested elUMe to location tea site adjoining the diamond Speaker will Include candidates of the chamber directors, Ovorge
you know I have succeeded ball Held and east ef the penctMed federal hlckway, sorely a* for: state legislature Group I- W. Turner Jr, appearing ,n per
la having Homestead placed at the : home-loving spleen wants his. e.. her children Ube exposed to the Holmes Allen, H M. Jackson and 10'". stipulated that the building
head oC UM approved list at federal real danger ef creasing the bsmlest thoroughfare In town In order John / Llndaey Incumbent, and must be erected on high 'land In
building for Florid this year. to reach the recreation center proposed I* the fallacious edltorkU Webster Wallace; atate'i attorney the center of the city and M built
the tremendous spending which kopek this arHklsai.II -.. A. Worley Incumbent, that U could be converted Into a
nth proposed by the sdmlnlsttatlon. k knows thai ehaBthef el eemmeroe officials favor the Investment and Judge Philip E, Paine; purchasing ,permanent exhibition building during -
including $60,000,000 for of their one thousand dollars donation Sa a nemmanlly agent William D. Joyce. the annual fruit feitlvs) with
public bwlldings, I leave every reason balldlnaloeeUd within the "trlantto. AIN that the pit Incumbent a A. KolUn end A. sufficient surrounding land i<' enable -
to believe that wt win let to reserve M ample atneant ef ..... bordering N. t, ElikMi street B. WU11 the fair to expand at << definite and favorable action In and touching the federal hlhw /, far a permanent fair groundswell Mn. Kill K.Walkw, Incumbent. Named* a committee by Henry
the Immediate future.* Mr. Wilcox with' '' appreraL and Chart G..Turner her opponent Brooker Jr., council preilncnt to
..ld. As to disposal of the ..leable'taM and the Weak aealenUon that for the third district pout Investigate the toga eapeiii n UM
f Congressman Wilcox said hi had -It can't be done," It la also a known fact that eight choice Iota on the county board of public m- gift and the possibility ef ...btauv

long realized from personal ob- were reserved by prominent business) SMS) of Homestead. within'.. struction.; wtll-j>+ 0-9i"04141\ ,\ |111I hdtttal.ald\fA'0 eompIHa! r
servatlon and official report, that SI boars.after theWneprintaberaan' aV llae. ..>.* 'If form time lit the' rally. '|a really creditable structure AM*
a "very bad condition in regard So, after all there IS money for parks and the ally win gala Florida City members of the Mayor Tom Harris And City Atlor.
to the poitofflce exists here" "Re not leoe, If this venture Is supported by decent civic pride aad county bommittoe have been Invited Ira C. Haycock, who wrap ro-
gardless of whether or not J am vision far the future. to preside at the meeting, with at the next meeting
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elected to the U. S. Senate in the m William / Oeronlmo precinct The council decided tot i ,ke a

currant eampalgn you nod renumber I State X-Ray Unit Come committeemen as chairman, assisted deeper Interest In UM ,,fl."," of
that I will sun be a member POLICE PATROL : To Schools t Week by Mr Flora P. Myera, com.mltteewoman the 1RU1lklpalllbr"1 when "< bill
of Congress until, Bert January i for precinct 73. for some MOO, covering minor
and Intend U watch and work CAR HAS SHORTWAVERADIOSCT| Next week U-; x-ray field unit deficits aoeum dating over .< lung
tat I'l. rtda'. Interests ta the spending ,f under the dlr coon of A. J. Logle, period was submitted by Mr L L
of theM huge appropriation I| M D.. director of the division of LIONS CLUB VOTES Bow, librarian through Cyumll-
Just at long u I .am poet repre !tuberculosis, State Board of Health, man W. R. Bird, Monthly I for
sentative.'. And that got for the 1 I (Continued en fags Four)
wiU be at the two local high schools
Homestead postoffic Mr. Wilcox MIAMI BOYS BAND '
for the purpose of x-nylng pupil
declared. In line with modern i
were found to be positive to
Prior speaking engagement police practice In larger cities, the tuberculin tests recently give*. MUSIC NOT NOISE!I ...
statewide circuit CItftrteI IW MS** tI tlx SuKi lial
over a trying fromnuking Homeitesd's brand-new petrol I I This hi a part of the entitubsrcu.1 .-- -- --. .-
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precluded congressman
a public address bare on car baa this week been equipped, Idols! program fostered by this dl. e.,1 1 .... ....

behalf of his. candidacy for the with short wave radio reception i I Dr. II.in to Start Child Music, not noise. was the) IIIIIn-1 April II \ weal.nM. 110.121
Jmou verdict of ftodland ) April I' I It 1 54:IO.MI
office of Junior U. 8. senator now Which wAit enable the local offl-
but Psychology Class Here Uoni Club after Its member had April n I .1 I list I
held by Sen.himself ClaudejPeppor being,well cora to,keep In constant touch with listened with enjoyment! to a concert April II I 111 lot ::11,141 .01
stalled r. expressed with the contact be had broadcasts sent out by the sheriff I I ,Dr. Nancy Meek Haln of Miami by the Gcrugw-taurlun I April It I H I 154 I$0.M1April
"1I1 start a class In child psychology meeting 10 111111151 I IIU" ,
made during his. brief Visit to this office and the Miami police de- Doys' orchestra at the weekly -I I
next Thursday evening st Io'clock on Tuesday evening. The April :I. I 111$ ,154 !to.04J)
c"0 partmept I, In the Neva King Cooper boys, who have been In the newspaper
C '
i School The course will consist limelight recently because CEMETERY GROUP TO MILT

U S. Marshal for China Guest Speaker 'I of twelve periods of two houne..h. Miami neighbors objected to their' Palm Cemetery Association will
I home rehearsals were guests of be held In the Chamber of Commerce -
At Homestead Rotary Club Meeting Tills la a part of the.vocational the club at the Invitation of President building on Thursday, May
work offered by the county school.
... .. Charles Pratt ..ndheIr 5, at a p. m. announces Wr W.
-- ,---- and It Is free all who
system to Inatrsmeiital and vocal detections. M Bradley Are story and tr 'amir-
JCdward Louts Fsupel, United plosion of bombs /ailing within a! art Interested.Dr. were pronounced excellent by er of the association.: AD members
State marshal for China and a block or two of the club's Haln spoke to the Homestead Continued. den Page Four) are asked to attend, she says
ing place. Rotary China meet-I P.-T. A. ta November and .. .. .
of the Shanghai RotaryClub
director at the time more than thirty signed I
ed |'II attention caring '
was guest of honor at the Chinese refugees made homeless I up for the course. Club Representatives Ask County ; j jl

meeting of the Homestead Rotary by the war be said, and has donemuch
Club Wednesday noon. Be and with contributions sent Involuntarily C.. L Brook Chosen Head Commissioners for Social Health Unit

Mrs Taupe are Visiting with Mr. by Rotarians the ,Of Horticultural Society
and Mr, Luther I* Owvllsr of United Slates and other : of!
Gould whose acquaintance they the world. One United States : Charles L BrookTaf Miami, who Fourteen representatives of local Archer, for the Holland P-T A.Mrs. ..
made when Mr. and Mr*. Chandler dollar will keep a Chinese refugee 1 1I has extensive grove Interest lathe club appeared at a meeting of the D. K. Nathan for tie Home

were honeymooning In theOrient (Continued on rag Four) Redlsnd District which an O.da County commissioners in the tea {Justness and froftsstonal
three yean ago. I managed by .his son, / It Brooks I Women's Club, tort, ITorn D.
court house Tuesday to state that
Mr. Taupel was ,instrumental I Homestead, was reelected president : Myers, for the Woman' Club efHomesteed .
to the organization of the Soo Chow Fire Destroys House of the Florida Horticultural they are In favor of the establlah- Mrs. B. pysL MnN

\ Rotary Quo, Initiated by Mr. Owned by T. T. Bowen Society at Its annual meeting Ja 'ling In Dade County of local 411 K. Wilier s < n,1 .
Chandler In the name of the I Winter Haven last Thursday health unit which, under.. the state board member and Prln
Homestead Rotary Club while visiting lire of unknown origin destroyed Dr. H. S. Wolfe, chief of the SubTropical law would get both federal and' It.-I J. A. Rchwlnkel 4l.o. I
a missionary uncle In Soo a house at the corner of N. I.I Experiment station In :state aid for Its work health spoke for the measure1. Others m
Cb w.1"ha' club M now more I First aveiUM ,and Third street,! Redland was elected president of education. Lactation, Immunization, Ih4 delegation were: Mrs. H t"idIheffleld. s
or IBM disbanded knee tie town owned! 'by Trutnum T. Rowel, eJI- the Krone Memorial ,SnlU uta. "and sanitation ,,,.. president of the W"
of Soo Chovr was bombed, Mr. glpeer at Die city power plant, at'as Other officers of the elate society The oommlaahmen said they lutfi'a Auxiliary If,John Q. Sir' <
Faupel laid. ] early hour yesterday morning. Included T. Ralph Robinson Or- I took the matter up three weeks Post of the American Legion Mr j
The Shanghai, Rotary Club continued I Damages are estimated at .tl&V lands; U C. Hendrlckion, Eustii; ago and are pow interested In Preston a Bisd, Mrs. Oe<. N, .
to hold ttt (nrvtiiicf I aVwphe parQdly covered by | ... and r M. OTyrne take .., twins out what the coat of maintaining /akeflcM, Mn Chas. Clinton
the warfare In China. M, fsupnlsskt The house, recently vacated by 'vice-presidents. Bayard W Flood. such: a unit would ... M/* Lloyd DleU, t.tn111111' I r
although frequently 'speak teeeonai tenants was unfurnishedand Davenport secretary, and Frank: I The spokesman for the Homestead tag*. Ura J(. 3. Bond and Mrs
1 hare teen interrupted by ex- unoccupied. L. Holland Winter Haven, tress P.-T A. was ,Mrs. Ben, t. B. G03tepo.IG.

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. Page Two THE ENTERPRL Friday, April 22, 1938

.i LAST RITES THISAFTERNOON I Body of Mrs. M. Stephen'SERVICES I I HELD 1 varsity diploma to, which study he for later his American received: eron for two and years.served In At this the capacity time ..'

I Is Sent to Former Home I from Northwestern University in nil death he wa connected with
: FOR FOR DR.'SCHLEGEL L ChIcaIOBecomlnl: a naturalized the auditing department of the
The body of Mrs, Maud T. I, American citizen he practiced his list racing commission, while continuing -
I Stephen, 59, who died suddenly I profession in Galesburg, 111., for his farming operations
b ti IRS. GEO. KOSEL, at the borne oy) .daughter, Mrs. AS STORES CLOSE, a number of year and retired to ee.idHh.. widow, Mrs Alice .
j. i Olin Edward :JPrJnceton.\ wa I come to Florida in Kit.j Schlegel of Homestead, h*> i* survived ,
Stumer Funeral I by two sons; Manfred Schle-
sent Saturday, ;
j After some experience: In an;
for Mrs. Maria
services (Home) of th1sSjfyo Brownsvlll, Funeral services for Dr. Herman I geU who cam her from Chicagoto
early land development at Cape
Florence Kami, wife of George W.
Schlegel. 17 retired dentist and sttend the funeral Walter
Pa. for burlajj) jdm. S\tpl1llJW' ;
| Sable, when he operated the hotel
who died rota heart attack I i
S f Xosel.
',ti )! former home.,. former police chief of Homestead Schlegel of Stuttgart Germany
j nut j and clubhouse which have since
at her home Redland road and
on were conducted st the First Baptist( a daughter Mra. Nonnen Macber.. '
Mrs Stephen had been a resident been destroyed b.tonna, Dr.
Plummer drive Wednesdaymorning I
early ; Church :yesterday afternoon by who is also In Germany; a brother,
of the Redland District for to Homestead and
Schlegel came
will be conducted at the |
the Rev. C. N. Walker. Dr Carl Schkgel of Chicago; and twostepeoas
Bedlamd Community Church at several :yean and had many I bought from Thomas E.: Evans
Schlegel died suddenly from a Carl Gamer of MelbourneAnd
friend in this are, She I* survived the hostelry now known a* the .
2:30: p. m. today by Out Rev. Thomas heart attack at ':10 a. m. Monday, Fred Gamer of MiamiREELECT .
. M MelroM of St Joh '. by a ton, Harry Stephens of Hotel Jtedland. To this he added
while he and his wife -visiting -!
, Episcopal Church.: New London Conn, and two I Mrs. Schlegel' ton and dau.h-I I a new wing and built #)*-Adjoining -
daughters, Mrs Louis Gallowayof restaurant.
Woman' Clubof '
Member of.tit
ter-la-law, Mr. and Mr*. Carl
the JUdUnd. of which Mr*. Brownsville and Mr*. Edwards. gamer, at Melbourne. j I Later he sold his hotel business
Reed WM a charter member, wit I Business was suspended for one I I and engaged In f.rmJaaAIIL an extensive The Man \Vice Ha PROVED
. i attend toe services la a body. PUI Mass Meeting Sunday Eve hour during the service, from 2.11: scale.: In 1131 be was HI Weetk T.(Md. County
5 bearer will be W. M. Brodle, to I:IS p. m.Masonic appointed chief of police of Homestead *
Revival Series
, Hurry Keehy. John Bauer, Trite At Baptist ceremonies at the grave by fortune etyoslL.wCam. George, E. Holt

Jackson, Thomae Brewer and A. In Palm Cemetery (t Naranja were
O. *a ltb.. The body will be tent Evangelist Lloyd L. King whoa In charge of Royal Palm Lodge
.. ', to Ol'lando'tor'cremation but the now conducting a series of revival Jo. 100, of which Dr. Schlegel was r
here for services at the First Baptist REELECTJOYCE .
ashes will be returned t member. Active pall bearer w >v
burial In Palm Cemetery at Na- Church, will hold I special mass were Howard Johnson, W. Y. Bush,1 I xx
fanja. meeting on Sunday afternoon for Herbert Lamb, W R. Bird, A. D.
., An attack of Influenza suffered he benefit ot everyone in South 'Smith, Dr. M. A. Berger, Henry
by Mrs. Koatl a year ago left Dade who wishes to attend. His I Brooker, Jr., and W. B. Cave, '
her heart in a weakened condition. sermon topic will be The Sign I Honorary pall bearer were Mayor
Wednesday's heart attack was her of the Times"Tonight Tom J. Harris, Carl Deden, Andy
third since Friday night at the church Mr. King I'Terburg, A F Arthur ClarenceJ. r 1'f
Bora-la true*. N. Y., April 4, will give hla soldier sermon on I Parman and BenJ. W. Morris.
1871, she wa the daughter of "What the War Taught Me," baaIng Turner Funeral Horn of this city
Cot Audley W. Qauam and Mary his lecture: on personal experiences 'directed all arrangement I Ii i
Elizabeth Van Duaen. Her father, I
gathered while serving I Dr Schlegel was a native ot i
. an officer In the Union army during !with the Canadian force: over ;Germany and came to this country i
:. tho war between the states, seas. Member of the American a* a young man after graduating i 'ff
; ,, was the founder of one of the first Legion and Veterans of Foreign I I in dentistry from Heidelberg UnlI -i f
crematory societies in this coun- War are especially Invited to attend I
<' try. She pent her girlhood In this service.On I I WILL SERVE SUPPERR I
Utica attended Baltimore CollegeIn
week day the evangelist I The Epworth League of the Silver
Maryland'and established one conduct a Bible conference at 1:30: Palm Methodist Church will
l ot the first kindergarten in At- I
a. m. The evening evangelistic serve a spaghetti upper Monday
oJ: lanta. service: i* at eight o'clock. The, evening, May t, from a till f o'clockin
She came a* an Invalid to Ml revival will continue for For Re-election As
another the church annex to earn money CasxUiate
amt, the original boundaries of I a
week. I
for the benevolence* of the church.
which were laid out by her STATE'REPRESENTATIVE. ,
brother-in-law John Frederick,
an engineer .who also made the l'
preliminary survey for the r. K.: PAINT NOW FLORIDA IN GROUP NO. 1

.j C. railroad. Gainingback **rtMagtawstmvtwetJo I PURCHASING. 8UBJJECT "TO THE DEMOCW'AWrWKAtlrEBOIS "
lea IMt the NEEDS- ..... ...... .. tT ...'
tint single woman to take our a AGENTDADE
homestead In the Redland lection. (This political advertisementpaid

earliest She met Redland Mr. Ito ol,homesteaders one of the I j DAVE SHOLTZI COPNTTItmlt for by friends and believers

in good government)
and they were married in Miamion I faUUaA ad..awwti)
1 (Paid beiitlal adv.airm.etl
Aug. 1, 1905
:, Mm Koari helped organize the I I
Pioneer Guild of Redland and alto I '
helped to organize the St John' "R :wi'ttr'Ct": I
Minion in Redland
Episcopal '
which later yea> transferred to 'EUGEN'E 'MATtHEWS\ :

j' Homestead a* St John' Episcopal ,
Church. She was a leader In Red io itA ( ieQ { .\19 '" '
Cross work during the war and ('LO ''PAr R'A' R AD'CQ) M,M J 5 S tON'' .
later In P.-T. A.I
wa prominent '
work. She was an active partner I I No down ptjmiat- plO 11 .H !1A 4 tt U Hur
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with her husband in the 10,1.10. monthly I
ing and operation of .deVOIop-1, Iniullmtni, A bit class Advertisement Pal for By Frlenee of luftwe *. Matthew*
Jolt,done by an experienced I
widely known showplace of the .
the fa
man** pel".il. *
district where many varieties of __H.B.Davis Co.yer A NI i :
rare tropical fruit tree can be sheen paler product*.Come
1 seen growing In the midst of the la few free color cards and I 71 ,
native tropical jungle couples iafonoMfoa Miij/ I
She leaven in addition to her I
husband a son George W. Koeel, i'
Jr, of Coconut drove; a daughter him to the ,
Mrs. Jeeeph W. Lowe of Redland; I
ll .wtru.e*
I and five grandchildren, RlchanCharlea : u. s. SENATE
KoHL Margaret Florence
Koael. Florence Harriet Lowe Brooker Lumber Company "He Never Let Florid DewsT I

Joseph Koael LAW and AlmaMinnie Phone II H._..... Fla.
1 Lowe. /paid "ltIN' UmthMMM)
: t "Don't-say-I-need remind you e'BrandFertilizers'

of our wedding anniversary, de.rl"
t; aid the profesaor'i wife. "'1&'* a Return .

year today."
.. i "Ah! Then you needn't my dearit
i It's all that way off ..LpnI -. G. AWORLEY

I don Evening.Newe. .

; For Citrus, Avocados and Limes;

'ii"; A''. Fertilizers for Dade County Groves;

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I State Attorney Made by a Home Concern (,




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OPTIMISM MARKS 4-Hour TourNot Sufficient to Show Key West Club, welcomed the, field, Mr. an --Mrs. Wade Hunt,

Homestead delegation, and president Mr. and MM. lee H..Lehman, Mr.

AVOCADO LIMEGROWERSSESSION All Key West's Points of InterestThe W.club t Rheney responded.of the Another Homestead and Mr*, a B. Parker, and their

house guest Mr*,. J. C. Shelton
work their
-- -oerencl-tht'y preacher
Homestead Rotary Clop Mollie Parker, which Is to Key hard In 'rtJf' West the Rev. Mr. and Mrs Clarence J. Parma

beat the Miami club by probably West what H. W. Johnston's gardens Shuler PeetefyaV* tn address on and their guests, Mr and Mrs.

two week la being the first club are to Homestead and the What the";. I to motor the entire distance to Redland District Mean to the tttmestead\ and Key and Mrs. Ernest: P. Roberta, Mr.
Optimism and belief In the future
Key West for an Inter-city meetIng Through special permission the Trtt Rotary'tatib1! After the and Mrs. Frank Rue, Mr. and Mrt.
progress of the association with the Rotary Club of the Homestead motorcade was taken luncheon and program photographs Edw. Soling Mr. an Mrs Geo. N.

wt the keynote at "a well-attend bland City. While the thirty- through Fort Taylor, which with and movie" were taken of Wakefield Mrs. T. J. Fault, MM

ed membership meeting of Florida four Rote and Rotary Anns from Its long range coast defense guilt the intermingled Rote and Rotary Virginia\ Frick J. R. Brooks. Goo.

Avocado and Lime Grower held; Homestead were Mated at table guard what wa once known lit Arm of I both clubs assembled on Frick, Wm. J. Geronimo. Howard) I
with the Key Wester Thursdayof the Glbralter of America. Next the lawn of Parrlah Hall where Johnson Max Leaner. H. Stets i :
In the .
Naranja packing plant Monday
evening. bat week, a letter was read stop wa at the lighthouse-the' the Key West Club holds its meet tank Bevo Webb and)Jas. Wollan. ;r

from the Miami club telling of only one In the United State that ings. Most of the Homestead club "
J. Paul B'oeker, newly-elected tentative plan to hire busses to'' la within the limit of any Incorporated -; In Homestead party were: members returned Thursday Tiltht,

president mad the opening address bring Its members to Key West city-and those In the I Mr. and Mrs. Rheney, Mr and Mrs. but some stayed over to visit relatives -
in which he spoke of hi" for a get-together with Rote* of' party who cared to make the 150 Ben Archer, Mr. and Mrs. Roy or friends. Those making the

lifetime Interest in co-operative I the southernmost City in the United foot climb were rewarded by a Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Fi- I trip Included. .
hiovementa, and expressed hit State splendid birdie,.. view of the entire
determination to make the local r Island. The basin
One thing the Homesteaders yacht ,
grower organisation more thanmodest a learned was that there are more formerly a submarine base, was Ethel Ernest Murrell Gives Talk
success. He Mid the efforts next the tour which ended I
places to go and thing to see than on ,
of the new board would On Members of Three Clubs
lie can be covered In a four-hour tour with the next stop at the Porter Law to
directed especially along the lines conducted at top speed by evenso docks, which are located at the

pf rapt disposal products and good a guide as Rotarian Joe Gulf end of Duval street-which I Ethel Ernest MurreO Miami en equality with men, she said,

the securing of fair prices. Tolle, who would never be suspected begins at the Atlantic Ocean aDdenda attorney and author of "Law for and Florida U the meet backward

Mr. Brocker and other members of being entitled to the at the Gulf of Mexico.In .." of those that have not done so.
I the Lad. spoke on the so-called
of tilt board strewed the tact that prefix of Rev. They went inside the course of the tour the Mrs. Murrell talked, also on the
all growers, regardlessorthe the lighthouse headquarters build- party -stopped for refreshments ofcoconut protection afforded women by need of making wills and on inheritance -

6f,their crop oracreagev:"would re- lnglitr letlilemeu In the crowd ice. cream--eecond in Key Florida !laws at a meeting jpon- law, divorce-. and personal *

.cnvw. utm .une proportionate returns a* well a* the mere lubberly members I west only to soursop ice cream la cored by the woman' Club of propen.la-

foe their-fruit as the officer saw an exhibit model lighthouses exotic flavor. Soursop were not Homestead, the Junior Woman's Present were) Mrs. London Car I

and larger (rowers'anda appeal and channel markers thatwae'jndeesl in .season. Club and the Homestead Businessand ney who presided Mrs. Flora IX
>t>,as made all growers to leis the., xUummatitisrwhen e.- This Rev Joe- Tolle who desnt Myers Mrs. E. A. Buchanan Mrs.

association, aod.streagthea. J9 e. plained by an expert defecated for; look reverend,''was also master of Professions Women' Club L. L. Bow,Mrs.J. W. English. Mr*.
ilrive for better.fitee*. t.I. Urn-Job Superintendent W. W. ceremonies In an "art exhibit" at In the Woman's Club building. ; E J. %)y.t, Mrs Robert Ofcnn Jr..

Various,.suggestions went n-erstt.> the.Rotary luncheon He opened Wednesday evening. I Mrs Pout Reynolds,. Mr*. A. A. ;
l fry%tftsiC *l* trtt iregsodmc im- Other-pUses internet. rl, it4certhetoorwere by asking for Rotary Arm Octavieta Mrs. Murrell traced the progressof i Payne Mrs HanM-Oxford,'Mrs

proved method growevttivaHand the __' Marin com.up and assist hint It, woman's' place la the .e:1to Braor.En Mat Or. -..... "'

f ins.emd atrJtiDC"1aIIeIat poesphleft tiOII...therMa....r..,...:..- tmtt.ffcevaneairt Mr: Lee It law of-Iaglaod from Mrs. Charles Clinton, .Mr*. Jau

other.literature loaaoompany the United State, ,the turtle! of Homestead and the the present when Florida I M. Dobbin, Mrs Margaret Ken..
f ach'.crate. or kig, vj (Itf.wltnet the former terminal did =part nobly In depicting! ute still read: "Idiots, .tat-I, nedy, Mrs. B. K. Gallia, Mr Joel

j r...., regardless of meets{of the >F.)L A: .railway and docks. "the. bunt" although Joe did minors and married women." II. Robinson. Mrs. J. L Gauzes.

krahl' in the association, were 1 I'Boris which ocean-foing ferries. the hunting.In !I Thirty-nine) state have changed I M I Mr*. Ben Archer and Miss Pearl

Urged to attend the meetings,I Used to transport whole trainloads' last Homesttead folk put on,, their laws to live married wo"""- Whitaker,

which will be announced' In adVance. of loaded freight cart- nd from'' the whole show-without any previous
I 'which before long whole motorcade .warning that they would be I
of motor can loaded wlttr a called on. President-Elect Bill, CIVE .
tourists may be transported to Fifield took the part of the village .

POTATO HEARING Cuba in a Pan-American highway pump, with the assistance of Mist' .CL'AUDE PEIPER
system made possible by the Key, Virginia Frick, daughter of the I

West highway, I local club's secretary, and Mrs. ,, F'uHTt.t", \ ',1J ll ;. :$. }.. i.n.t<< ,
TAKES DADE MEN Next place visited was the garrison George Wakefleld played the partof
where a* many as four com "the fountain". .I ., ::wif Atl: : ijNtDin .

tODISTRICTMEETDefinite ponies of artillerymen to man the '. Chas. Taylor, president of As 1 II
of the Island stationed
torts were ---

., between the SpanishAmericanWar I
and the end of the World
progress toward regulating -
the Irish potato Industryand War. Bayvlew Park with Its mon-
ument to Jose Marti, real patriotof
stabilizing market
expected to result from price the series I 18 Cuba's tight for Independence of fact,' "Daddy wanted : s.thavea safe car
of erected In recognition the
hearng which have been held
this that Key West wa the "cradle of I
week between officials of the

department of agriculture and potato liberty"Out Key for West's Cuba was million vUited.dollar I so he bought "a'CIIE' ROLET

growers In 13 early-producing
Roosevelt Boulevard to Stock Island -
Southern slates, according to s
Charles H. Steffan, county agrlpqltural and the Rote were shown because It has PERFECTED
the golf course where one can tee
agent, who attended the
hearing in Palatka off at the Atlantic and drive his
ball Into the .Gulf of Mexico-or HYDRAULIC BRAKES!
,. Among the
L plant proposed to
vice versa. Back on the boulevard -
'lald.'U1IU9du.atr are compulsorygovernment and around the Atlantic tide r

I inspection, eliminationof of Key West, the visitors paused
, 'culls, shipment of only ..11.S.. East Martello Tower, old brick
No. 1 and No. 2 of I
potatoes grade
fort built at the close of the Civil
A and B, and establishment of
japarity arMr
War-now the site of the Key-
price, based on a ten-year
West-Miami airport: saw the
average, below which the prdduct
ponds where salt was recovered
Will not be marketed. If the agreement I
by evaporation of sea water; motored
finally reached at these hear- I
along Rest Beach with Its r br
meet the of ,
nil approval the
"for rent" cabana named after
secretary of agriculture, the I
program -
the various kinds of fish Inhabiting -
will be put to a referendumVote
Key waters; to the Casa,
of all the Involved
growers Marina, famous F. E. C. chain
with ark 80 per cent majority required
hotel and to the botanical garden
to pass the plan, Mr. Stef
surrounding the home of Miss,
fanl said yesterday.Officers .

and directors of the

Dade County Potato Growers Association -

who attended the Pa- D, .
lafka conference with Mr + k
fan] Included 3. M. o rt'Jet: I

L. Cox, A. F Arthur, George .
Cooper, John Campbell, FrancisM. we'lIt..

Dolan and W. H. Shumaker [ .
This delegationrepresented 90 genulDeJt1C y 3

', ... "' .,fr cent of the potato grower and NE'' 'PeftsnAIICtlt. v '
x '
:Acreage in the South Dade area. >" *

.&"..ma. -.......

;Father of E. TownsendDies i.... cur.s.-tha .a rice 0-4 e01di

W a ftimuntt fee......
in Coconut Grove
Ws she kind
w she.
.. we 4* araoMe; gnu*
William N. Townsend i al
83. father I.
g. sub g4M af Earl Townsend of Homestead, ... Itt .* drmfM
died after a brief Illness at his far .
At ststoe. wfaa a*
home Coconut Grove last' Fri
MAilMJons sad luvBush's
day. His body war sent to his f----Ja.(
former home In Gainesville for ..
burial; Sunday.Mr. -

Townsend wa a frequent Barber Shop

well visitor known in Homestead here For and a number wa & Beauty Parlor Bird Chevrolet Co.Phone .

of yean he had been employed

a* a landscape gardener on the ides tail Brew. Operate 98 Homestead, Fla.

_ James Deerlng estate. .

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# Tour THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE ---=...Friday April%; 1938.

benches for puttie Wes U the1 Off[made fooft lhirn'Ioi theff library Mr Brookt left Ttwiday for 'tileof.Aesa. 1551 .-. .
would tarnish the lumber was books on Monday of this week. I North Carolia to siring Mrs. v Clmrilf QMtDads

r.NrW M ti..w.dL.. ferred to Cooncilmaa E. C. auItWr "I !Brooks home ft'dbI'flit of aev-I I e..r. u

I w w ...t. Dd. P..N..I.e 1a.. .1 building eontmUteeman, Mr. TO ATTEND ROTARY MECETI : enl months and they will atop (Cb..R duet Mir o. D. c.

Mn ABcnaBUBJOBIB Cbronltter tubmmcto the eoutv 1 Ui Ocala .a their way home.H I'....... AI. t INw, iSilnonet
LRACB ABCHBnice. ell for approval wcraatlons' for I Homestead Rotarians and Rotary J

ieft ..- Anna who will attend the an- Cosmos ItIM" COURT, DADA or SALE nr TAX CXTtr16itskuwelantbMLLa.tIl.
I alter-ationsd nual district conference to be held coin??. I I ****
::-t : :-:' 'Inc -:i :. : repairs houses rentMrs. Ocala 24-24 Include fret- 'I.O..AIf... airs I '
.. la April
w A. t Drew Mrt H. O. Hack, t BBrUTATC: or "!a">'' MM !1 **
...... ..... w lid ..tran. Eva"Kings ident-Oect W. M. Flfleld./ Secretary me has 11.d with r ..rood
; 1 tor. Mn. ,, Mrt. Gene =:- nrmmott to IUd AKrUCATIOM 1 that w tan aIIIsMs .:= with all
Jernigan and t.. D. French aft of George M. Frick. Mr and/ sot FINAL DIWHABUK.IMto. I abewM a..t.1 .r Inl.d kw.1. ...Ira.
f IVMnIPTIOIf tut A TEAS Mn. 3 R. Brooks and Mr. and k .._. else mat I kM. IM he tk> rw = kr UK IUM W ft*. .+'
which were granted. not ad MUUM for Flow I.Hint ... w.'t
r MMtt
Mn.O. B. Parker and their guest r
I contribution of 113 MMfMi M .MplllllHMT C. T A. WMM r P wlad Itr Cksmw Inti; 1 w1MT
A voluntary Mn. 1 C Shelton of New Mexico. MUM WOUMT MMM tMlk. M.MMrf Aea 1 w L.e.ia.... w
US.rshal Iron o. R Parker. proprietor of the ... tlMt M .... Sigh .., rf tUrIMS. .1 =: 4..ai.4 asst = :.=
I! I MM Mu.Mikto W tC .f Dad,. owns 1 .
frM .0.1y
I Alpine Drove Dairy, toward the LEGAL NOTICES Slam.. County I'": d bode County;I UK M .. II Blk. U CMU IteMM tlMXK
I expense of the city was acceptedwith minim, for .Rind at Saw find r.a.tad I a... TW IUM .. W MM an ..<.
Continued From Paste One) .. .,
. ( from M final NeM.r. w .d..hanw..1 ftMt ty .Mnsa K law tat
thank after letter
alive for a month, be laid. I norm or A.rucUIOIf rot TAI T. A.tahli 1 w 5569..1 1'11_ 151... 'M nrr..aIe "gam 5m w pass amlots.
Parlier was read explaining MDCtllUI -. M Mk kKllBlML S- llM M
There are 21 nationalities represented although he was not totally Mr'j ItiM-*r W IMrBf Tkk tMk *>r W ..... IMt I' 1111 TS.tttt.
AMMTil CMONrHO. law WrtiflMMt fUt Mintimiiil
in the Shanghai club Mr WILLIAM =
quired to pay city : III, b Wnk .4M IkM ... O>MVtt. A ota"' _. C. T. A.! mHu4 tt IMM mlM
FaulWl Mid. with ChlHete of license, he thought the constant belong, 1 maw and C..ay Tai Guild..t.N (A,... 3% SI; May .. It). MM .. .*. klclHM Milii M Urn c-..
Islas Y.adw5.4dgdA.wt.A. n.w.aannual
. count predominating. There UM of the city streets by hit tracks, D. III' W 111.1.... (. tar ... I If I.... kMl..lw M nwa"daofmaw
: : an six Japaneee members la the alto and fire prttec ISO and..arll.atl. for a fns.11.1.r be(nonet or SALE or TAI: cirrinIM A. r., .r m..wtar me w a..e ,
tarn police Wed .-. New c.tH.. .wban. try be raa.W M dns -
. t club, and u > gesture of the ondentanding Uon, deserved recognition. I w Win-ms Mulled pa 't, Ie AarN t. :. 5111Ndk. I /laW at II""' .. n>cl engendered by Rotary .MI c:.... fII DMo" mate tt .-. kv f II SsnM slaw oat ....... '"< April, 1M*.
5.wh W ( .... M a. a. LCATnnMAM,
: the president of the club, a Chine I"slat:'' It. Slab. .. Susan TIM OMWMKOMMM. MMMt MM MM t.. MntffeMMwllk __I Ctert W Clmtt C-'".
. I *. often bid two of them com! Homestead School News IMKkL, fU Snob 4. MMIM. .U MbMtwM mmtat M UrW Stan lIMo OPIUM rtrtM.ClmJICnrtlMl. .
. t Ik* Coos tt DMM ass W fh kHMhw MM fair flak k M kr the stew .
up to the speaker table and tit BT KCLLA SAM be .ttl..uN.A od old so w all.h.t 5MM BT JVC. rtNNO.: D CAM .
on either aide .t him. I hh.TW MMMMM .! MU HMUt* M>... f. r ..14.1.4 Itr Clntwr ISM I .hkl.h.i IS. SI Its IMS,
of the UM MM __.. mad. M. In tk* IMWHrft .. w lost ... fII ... ........... wpm
teat populationin
Eighty per Mr Blackburn's dramatic claw Mm t T Ihin.UUMI w aaaaw..e de.rI.d V.0 .tan M w
the international settlement itChmeae I MU M.UO.M s... W itium Can Dad.,= : PMrid.. to-.lt e I
was In charge of the assembly program 4 Mrar4l,.s .* haw! the pmMrtr MvrttodtMr Litt 51 rkirM OMr tta
United States
the marshal
last Friday A one-act play >). .(U .. ..I4 M MM klrWM kMMr bum a Ite will an Md.rd b assesns
( for Ciulla l IIld.I M UMdURt kMMMT M ..M ,.. ISM.W M*. MM W IMt .Ml iwrMMM ..-
fourmonthI "Not Quite Such a Goose," was M UM Mr.!* '"< 1_. ItM, Wkbk k, for .... MM in .. IM hash .........! J.K.
Mr U
tkupel i
I on given by the followingMary Ho sth Mr '* ": tM.D.04 MMMtlH M K* St.
I c>l absence earned at the this totk .. W A,.n. IMS.B. I Lot \I OIL It Tara W Fwrld. Ckr TM
: Adams Harry Defiler, Clanbelle a. tEATHEHMAM taw .. W MM ... .HM.IMJI kr MiMVMM
rate ""f one month vacation allowed I
SWart Barbara Burke and Jack Murk 1 chunk OMrt.Clmtt NK MM fII.m-
i for each year he hat tented c.-.,. ...- for tW yen IMS M 155.. both bwloriw
Ca tUn. ( e... 5.11) I MMOItlMI M Ml.MMammat .
I' In China. He and Mrs Ftupel I BT M. C. arnacrr. n eAK MY tea _If_ O.etb1 .Mk .U
" have been at the Chandler horn 1 In borne economies, the twelfth < II. M: Mar .. II). MiKto* .r ...... are will WilliamsCandidate
I grade girls have prepared home- W MM to ,.. Hiliil kMdor at UM Ooor*
Thursday norm or SALE or TAX UIllTln- IWMt <. MkMl n ... Mk *.r of turIMd .;
cooked: baked beau and American caves beginning M the hung, of ... .".clockM
' chop tuey with chow main noodles.I lrr MHMj UK ana A. ., v .. .... shallow an the name for
motor to Key West i
on a trip
.. i io.
MoMM k hmfc Olson tk>< DM. amp
The tenth grade girls have made I i I ....u. ... IIM elm .* TlMnimunC at Yin 1,...... ISIS Uw IWMutlM >
i' LIONS foundation cake and angel food the tile tu MrurintM ....... .w If AvAL IOM.s. I
I 1 I visa eII .M.e.M a./Med or tams S. LEATHERMAN.C.rk I LEGISLATUREGroup r
} J ____ cake with suitable frosting for', _..Ii.. UM ...... lag M4 kr tto tlM.W =: Caul.D.d. I
each. The ninth grade girls arebeginning J-irlhi< n4 MM .. tk. kttktM kM.r Floral.
Continued From fttt One too tMk M pw/d.1 kr C"-. .. IStM Ie...... owns Sol' I
their study of salads. of ... IMT Ac* W MM LwWMiira, MMIM nro. rDlNO. 1). c. 3
i. : every member pretenL j They have made mayonnaise and fdwwllie 4MrrikM Mil mass I* tile Pn.now A... 11 I., .. .. ...1.
CvMr fII lIMo ttMt W riMhkb m..a t 1 1IIO'fICa
Added to an unusually tuccest- billed salad dressings and .
U U aIi foot kr 41 foot hi MW 0. SALE Of' f" CUTua.1I
i fat entertainment program. was soillustrated have studied French drtatiiHIhi Cof. OIL I ttMkmt AM. Tk. Tim ( ATtsAeN..a I I
M .. MM St. gillnni kr _.. M% 14"
tectttr* for
j Ml Florid wild readiness porcupine, tall US W IMt and .MMMMII __ tar tile h hanging, eiM tkw L L. TIM!
life by E t Hadlejr well-knownnaturaM boat etnoe. butterfly and candlelight MM IMI M tea, boa iMlMlm tMMKt.kw KM flM wnk MI vrltmi NqMrt that
and authority oft bit salads which1 will M II4J*. I w 1.. ..nNlastr 5..05.1 .k5 .11 Ruh..gsa..k.d .
they penpare LM. U ..d 11 Blk. t rhMkmt AM.TW w 4--W Mw lseldi.sthe ..oA
j attbj4>ct. Durtnf hit talk Mr. later The eighth grade girl UM t. W MM ... nMMn4 fcf en oar IMS, M4 kr tile tote k> U w.
t Haste taw M. was < ISM s M MrrMlMjM watW sad MM to UM ktrtwc kMMrfv
> displayed about 100 still have prepared coconut
I to MM yawn tote t. low, ..... l.. snit M MO id.d kr UIM duo ,
plcturea of Florida birds and animal In their study of 1IIM'j ......., .a.o/Mae a ....... IMI A rf the ..= mm law I
*. of them taken ments.Mrt.. Saw .. a.ir4-.th.1 womb 011 ...-.. d.ribd teal 01,411611, is .
many at
subw..rsttW w .end bass, will 1 OMJ* W ...... .... of rtorM*. M.W
1 considerable personal risk In the Wynn's clan enjoyed an M..1aN.. ...- ft w Cast Lou 1 to II. y......'. Park The tatM .1
farther recesses of the Everglade I' I ileac 1. 11- n w a. M 1.IIOF. U MM ... .16".d kr CntlflMtt 1/
Easier treat In the room Jut Thursday laS, kMUAiMj M tk. kM. M IMJ *.tokA 71M ti IMf aM iiprnnu ands IT ..
Notion.! park and Cape Sable ,..1 given by their teacher and the 1 14.. W M MO* HlMIMltet M IM MB* IMI. both I........, _...
MIT M tMllllt h gave MUM.D .
;t slow He was introduced by' room mothen, Mn. T. J. Harris .to4 M Mtenl, ......... this tk* lab BaM can _If_ towUiw with .II.1
Charle L Ooley, club Secretary, and Mn. F O Billiard. The class Mr W Ap u. IMS.E. inana.iat MitttM w |r>M Rat will M I
who B. LKATRrBMAMCkjrk MM to MM ktoMH bidder M MM OMrlH II
Mrangod for hit
visit here I I is sorry to lose Rawlyn Creech, Clre.* C- M I. MM.... MI MM tMk Mr of AorUIMI I
l -- -- I who hat transferred fat South Miami. e.-r, P.Wil .,-,..... at ... kMr at M .rloct I
Civic rtIfh\ Carat 5.u A. M. M M MM tkotMltor .. ... Slat
; Center B. JNO rCNNO D c:. any .. toiiaii Ie ...., M rM.
I The elementary school enjoyedthe P.611..4 AM H. IS. Mil" .. IMfc __DOW .,_ viand" -. that .tW "'., ,

CO fttinuecl"own taps One) assembly program thlt week

,a' the part Seven or eight yean, there I which was put on by the Rev.

hoi always bent a few dollan' I Lloyd King Baptist evangelist ,REDLAND CAFE

diftoente between the amount Mrs Webb1 trtth grade enjoyedan

tpMilterthe purchase of new+ Easter egg hunt at the home MRS. A. NABOtS. FTOB

books nd library upkeep and the![of Sue Moyt lost Friday. The prtee

revenue derived tram the rental for finding the most eggs wag won DINNER Me LATE LUNCH ISe

.h'.... and tunes Mr Bird ex-1 by Stevie Biondo; the prettiest

Plata** Councilman Ben. W.I 1 egg. by Betty Bailey: and the gold.en .

Morn. J. O Wynn and W. ft.1 egg by Shirley Smith. 1 23YearsinDadeLawyer

1 Bird wen appointed at a commit Louise Howell withdrew from '

: tee In deal a ith the situation I Mrs. Dye's fourth grade this week.In I' I t

+ An offer by Mm Nell K. Walker.I health Mrt Dye class K I '.

{ member of the county school board. ins the good and bed .IUdJ'-1 + :
t, fc supply NYA Mare labor to make making health postern The

r j War Veteran

;, PLAY SAFE M El kr I; Native gian Geor-, ,11 I.'=

; Mark Your Ballot j Democrat

I fer Our Lumber Stands the TestLet i This man will appreciate ')b:

: MarkWilcox your tote .:

t I us furnish the lumber for your home support"

you Fapartment your special building-any ;

: structure which calls for high grade Lumber.. Headquarters a113 0 .'

Ingraham Bldg., Miami
: :
for RII.A. Application Blanks On

U. S. SENATORThey I Hand HereWe (hW "ailing O&VOOMON"t

r -Q I win assist! you to get FJKA. loam for t

remodeling or new construction, as you may de (
f.; Can't TTuy Him j sire. reliable financial contact Insure -

They Can't Scare Him f i iL a minimum of time and elimination of unnecessary \ IWTAKT PUBLIC

t red tape In putting loans through. .",''

\L q Fire Insurance and

' r Win With Wilcox j jI i i.less 1 W. D. HORNE CO. Kindred Lines

n.\ 'X L. SKILL 011'arII f
U N.' Krene Ave
: V Liaise Am r i eM7-l : 11
pktl..r.IMl rnkMW 1 I.

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T April 22,1938 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page n"

i land Trail where he will carry on Sun Tomaso.Mr. LEGAL :NOTICES

his dusting work but Mr*. Car-
ruthen and their little girl went end Mrs. Robert Barnes loft

In and Around on to Texas, their permanent Wednesday tor Naffe Maveu, Own. MOCKS or SAL 'or" TAX Csarltn.Apennines >

home, where they will be joined They; were r"im this winter of N.. Walk
later bllIf. Curuthen.Mr Mr. and Mrs. Hart Brocket Native, to k..... IkM "...
ttrtf A. i oea..1 .w.e d 5. 0.511.
Fred Del P for
>,, bs tad a. ..Me.
Homestead Fred Lucas I* seriously min Boi fan. wt of :: ..nog.., .:
Gilbert''ahS I .e1 .u ........... mined WI IewW as"w.1sdlS
Post Graduate hospital where AQdrta mi left UM, M** WH is W saw
she to receiving medical treatment Thursday for Uneolton: N. C. be MwMV.0 *JM = W i 105.1 145"
.. ,.....
des fr Mk sniMi kr CWMT
under art eygen tent. HIM Nellie Coodinf and IIet'brother .f |W IMT Ato, *f MM r........ _
Ralph A. Wilson bM succeeded Billie FoUlard June, Ian Sunday tor the aolwetoe ..wwr m, Is "to
underwent a ton- .._
00,01013 III 010406 .a.s d rarwal I
Wad Bunt M manager of the ail operation at Post Graduate hospital Dr. and Mr*. J. J). Babeeck of Palmetto" L..aall.ar..aM. 11.sao ,

ejaarrie of the Nsranjs Rock: Co. Tuesday.A Lswon HU have returned to their be Dow ... by waura.s N."as .

Naranja. Mr. Hunt hM been borne after spending several day LEGAL NOTICE pea i*-: lets 0.4 t ".ewers kMk 1.455/is seen... .for.=

transferred to Coconut Grove baby boy was born with their son-in-law and daughter *lateai :
Norsra 01' .AU OP TAX C: 1'1n I:LM4 Slk. f NtoN S**. TW IUM to
Mr. and Mr U T. Proctor .t
to Mr. and Mrs William Martin In CAT. .r wtr..4 5e OW"hl.** H*.
The Rev. X. L. Nelson and t. M. Post Graduate hospital yesterday V..-.- .... ....

Holferty kn Tuesday to attend morning. James KesMtt, Jr. son of Mr. -11_ t.m thereby tied ofal with -_-LIIIttt go 1. 11I'j'j'

the three-day Inning of the statepresbytery and Mrs. Jams a Nesbitt was LM aaaa FMM M.TM MMi kk > 1
1U this week. ------1 MM M* *.U.. i ky itlfW.M IN.NM .
in Sanford. seriously
Mrs. Cavender
Roy; of Narsnja *f fan Mrf wea..0 MMM *.r MM
underwent major operation In a. .. .. ISM kMk iMhrM, aa..M.alaSK15. .
The Rev. J. J. Richard visited Mrs. Seymour Dane and Mrs. S>r Hf MMt .. pi..Mil W ebs5r ISSM.
Post Graduate hospital yesterday .* IW Sell Ato of IW LrklMM.AMHhM. .... 1M **nin Mk >> legation, will. as
In Key West Tuesday and Wed. morning.Mr. W. D. Mahan attended the Easter law ow ,,sanest .15454 .r b-ind "Was WON
Aesday.Mr sunrise service to Miami Beach. Cw..y 1 DnM, two '':: .!:... 1 .... .. Ik* kltlMM HifcrM at w .
Lae a mod 5. TN.rMill M nM ON Ik* Xk day d .....
and Mrs. Harry Pierce and ... trail. to W MMk an ._. kwl.Bl*. M the bear *t M* .<*l"
*. Rebrkah Wilkinson of MI- family and Mr. and Mn. A. T. Little Betty Chandler I* visiting .1..4 CirWkM M* SMI *f IM A. M, rr..a5.at"60 _

ami who formerly Jive in Redland Smith spent the week-end In Key her father E. W. Chandler who to.1d,::.. = MM wd.N.Sw, Ik.railg* Mn ISM a0.ad --11I--be" Y1aS. r1. 14.. err 1M 1151

arrived Sunday for a one-week West i* now employed in New Smyrna. .say III Ap14 soft
d Nw1{ of 010" L L LCAT11tMAN.
visit with Mrs. Seymour Dane. r1. T....sal T. a.- 51. a.wi:l- isit.arem I chat cows* -
Miss Pauline inland .f St FLORIDA acen r lea TM Ij 1145 c..", -
CITY irlli.i c.w... l Idrwli.. SWI
Mr. and Mra. Louis P. Munich M W --j n |
Johns Mich. why spent last week Mrs. W. W. ...,.. Cirriijisiliala It" ... ".0r.rwto taw 1510. FIOO'Io' '. to
of Springfield. Mo, arrived Tuesday with her uncle and aunt. Mr. and loge r 1- la1 ...... r..w..... As 1a. a.l Noe w 1555.NOTICS .
for a ten-day visit with Mrs. ....'"
Mrs. H. M. Lyon and family in
SM tax MrtHlMMI kWMWT will
Muench's mother Mrs. C. W. Mc- Longview, returned Sunday to H. Shepherd has replaced I....wart MiKto r be*" taw rill M! 0' 'La er 'AI CR5TartCATR. -
Kwen. On the trip south they J. H. Harris a* station agent for .... to the kMWM MMK M IW Cant .
Deb-ay Beach when aha hat been HMM M MlaIL as IW Sill day ,*f AM.. Aso k.wa M. 5715N.H.
made slope at New Orleans and spending the winter. the F. E. C Railroad. Mr. Harris I... Stagnates the 1..e W Ml C r 1w..e p.b tM law
'J'allauanel they plan to make: has been transferred to Screws,I A. M.. *T M MS IWnXM a* the 1 0.1..1... 114.4 me wrilsnr..a
k IMKW* l. mm that tW tax ..._ _
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the return trip through Ken'! Mrs. } M. Molcomb returned Ga. D.6W 04 WtooU, IMS*, .... Iks Ilk j ..... 11I1 .bww.I. r4td se ....... .-
lucky. Sunday from s four-week visit K. J:. Obenshain left Wednesdayfor d.of Aera, 1911.La.. iMMKMttw year ISIS. WM W UM '::
I LtATIMIYAN.C101 be .1w.tW and gold be ":
with relative in Manhattan and, Hot Springs, Ark, where be % Clmtt' c.c.Q. .-. W .. a.1 M e..Mad y Ca.or -.
Charles Turner of the Masonic I Ottawa K*, i I will enter a veterans hospital for I Dade r1or41.clean I .f IW HIT Art J MM a...__ M>"
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( costs Swabas Na d..rpd Sea .saw is She
lodge of Homestead and J.R. Hick-
treatment, 1110. 71.4550 Do Co CMMT W DM. SUM *l riirl**. Were
aon of the Naranja chapter attended Mri: and Mrs. Elmer B. Hayden 1 .......Md Apr. s. 1s. ... tae LM N W, IX Nancy 5.b. TIM taxes to,
the meeting 'Of tbe grand .left Wednesday for Idaho. They The Rev. C G. Nelson left Monday -' 'be saw. w wwrsad by soninsaft 111a,
VICTIM or Tl CHTITImr 1111 l IMS a.d nMMt toM lr MM
chapter in Jacksonville Tuesday!,were accompanied as far a* De- for SununervUle IwL, where ailso wean ISM to IMS, kMk |M|_<.., i*mi i.us .
Land Mrs. brother will ...- .e. tHI M '"1.''.
and Thuxsday. Mr. by Bayden'f he be married to Miss Ruth
Wednesday I ....... It .....be slay wt wall ... W. U. Iwr***! .... TW
Hkkson will return today but' Whitney Beam, a student at Stetson Rehme on Apr. 24. nw.----- 515 W sail*M *.....*. W ...una.N..
University who spent the mdlaae ---I rm W son M4 minnto toM tw MMMM
will 10' to
Mr. Turner probably
: .art .ai1.d r inked am fael.dl.g the, IMS to IMS, kMk --..., 604086-
Panama City to attend meeting 1 Easter: vacation in Homeettead Miss toroth Keeney, daughterof tae kM k> the saw k* U* III II.
of the Florida Saving Buildingand with his parents. Mr. and Mr*. Bishop Frederick D. Keeney of s4 ..M *. the billings bobber a- M W. B. Sassy OWL TW to**
p..ld.d kr Ckmvwt IMM. *r to W MM *l* *il jiiS kf Mrttflrato N*.
Loan League today and Saturday. -' W. r. Beam. I Miami, will preach tn the Florida Am II Ow L.e1ats.. "NO W--I SIM *f out MS nvfMHrt .... foe IW
City Community Church Sunday. 1..N.d sad ..1.a ,. the Pages logs to IMS, Wtk I1.J.... *M1.Itos
Mr. and Mrs. A. Bush of bads, nob of riw.d.6 lawMtSS to Sis
Goulds She was formerly Missionary In Let W. D. a..'. *.*. TW. MM* L* 4S w1D.. ...MMt ...... TW toM
Mr*. Nit Walbridge of Miami, and Ben Left of Homestead motor ChJaa. a be sold ss ww.w.d W .*UMHH* N.. to W H*.
sister of A. W. Rutchlnson. 1* recovering ed to Key West and back Wednes ___ "a of 1910 god ."....... tax" for the.I III .:'t.'i: W IW I
raw 1519 w 1aloth -... sa..at.INe room IM to ISSS, Wtk kMhMlM. UMWM.kw .
from an day. I Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rustad to sis.a.Mw to O: *....
Jjertorme.llNt Ippendeet.oln11 I visited from Sunday till Thursdaywith Sea Tam :- Mftwr With C!( saw tu Mrtirinta k,.MW> vltk, all !
Herman Marks Was a visitor to ... .... stltt.d Is Sense Val 111.15 ..115 r 1..14 box" Trillbe
-- Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Brandrudat sow H. bidder at the 05.51 MM to tW WjkM kWr M tW CMMHo
Mrs. George. Turner, Jr. and Key West Wednesday.Mrs. Coronado Beach. Mr. and :to tal: SM M der d kltr.ISM. ... I* .....1 M IW H* day W .Mw.IMf. .
Min ZsteUe: Turner and Mrs. Bert Mho.ire M W.r *f to* **.lb &00.1....., M tW bar *l to* Cttofk
r C. D. Robinson and her sort Mrs. Brandrud former residentsof I A. M MM tkMn M tW MM,A. .., M M MM thereafter *. UM (MMUH
Branch attended a reception honoring Florida City Will leave at the w :. .. w due .saw war be dae
Mrs. Marion Mead, associate Charles, arrived Wednesday of is "......,. err the 111ria9 I M SII.JS.::: .:;%>li the ISUlC. \
I last week for a visit of several end of this week for a two-year I ;A-.l =' due of .p14 _
conductress of the Florida grand months with her brother and sis- visit to their old, home In Sweden. & L LRAT1eRRMAN. I II II. LEATHFUklAN.On !: .
Chapter of the O. E. 8. which was t"'h' Cheap C..rt.OMe.p 1 (Hrr*lt Cvwt.
ter-ln-law, the Rev. and Mn. I K.nMih'Grlva tl..r.v -.... Florid ,
I seabDad. 'I
held at Biscayne Chapter in MI- Little who has I caw 'irimH 1 Coors ...Irc
night L Nelson. been seriously III at the Kendall a. 7150. r2NNO. D. e. I II ftr JIMK' rcMito. D. e
ami last Monday i 1r.1.1Wd .... It, II. ... '''''.1'....... Apr, U SSl Mw .. ISSS
MnTrrttt: W. Jackson Mr. and Mrs LL/Caru: then and hospital was brought home Satur- I
Mr.;and .
for visit with their small daughter Margaret day. __ VOTE FOR
will leave Sunday a
Mrs. Jackson's sister In Whittier. who bar apartments have been slaying last at week the Ren left. C. Phillips left tot Pahokee 1imIDIDJ CdOOJmJ] : D. STUART' GILLI3C4MDIOAM .

Cat and with her nephew In Monday.
plan to arrive Homestead where Mr. Camitherst, --- I I .
Santiago. They ; )
summer home In HlghgateSprings had been stationed all season at I'I' Mr*. Sarah Fasoo arrived recently ( 4001 ornJUVICE Fa
at their middleOf pilot of on of the dusting plane for a visit with her brother-

Vt, about the He went to Ochopee on the Tarn-1 I U-kw und liter, Mr, and Mrt II JU8I1CS
June* ___ u_______ or toga. or

Mr*. Paul Beam left Wednesday' SUPREMEe.ew SUPRE MB

night for her home tn Cherryvilto.

N. 'C and Mr. Beam will follow 1 a rare COURT COURTGroup

in a few da1S'J' ey have spent I I

the winter at the home of Mr. and I Itdn. t.. Pr'-7lj)1

T..SIw awn v..5 5.wrr .. One
W. M. Bradley.- I' c-...__01...
Mr. and Mrs 3. R. Suit announce

the arrival of six and one-half j I

pound daughter born at PostGraduate GIVECLAUDE
hospital last SaturdayShe

will be named Edna Violet.


"OTln'ur 5A.5 CATURAoebk.WN 0' TAI CCaTirl.

N. 5111Wall.
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: ,11.1 =me saittee '..e.5 When roofing for old
tics erg as ..rtifir.ws __ sash onI. you buy new or prop- I
.......SM.. S.ri sI l.ldta Th. state beNre.ta.d trtr. get your money* Worth B. sure that A
fag as need ..1/ ...aw ChI.-hlawd lags bidder gt the roof you pay far will deliver the service I

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Silt f Sat mad _*I MMS Sl UMMM.
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..:::a..esawe BS.4I.as rnln.as.:=e-M-ftC .I successful experience These Proven Roofs 1 Tr

..toMIcI.adans.da.edWar.b.1.ons ow 1rb.5 w IIoe Court. took Be mere than ordinary materials ret II .

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Part'Six __ _: i1'HJit LEADER.ENTERPRISE Itsl3 t>6''? yid "Aq

I j rG : Social : Events' in South Dade : .-,


< -- luncheon party yesterday at her -- ....

S4tau.tUulM4 Impressive was theservicewhich daughter, also of CoL H. W, Johnston home on Redland road in honor of Mist Roberta Matcovlch daughter bridegroom was born,In Adel, Ga.,
united in marriage famous horticulturist and Mn. Ted Reitmeyer of Massachusetts I of Mr. and Mn. Peter Matco but has lived in South Dade almostall
I have a guest of Mrs. M. Hlckson vlch of West and Kermit T. I of his life. He
Mitt Carrie Belle Caves of Homestead Mn Johnston who likewise Key lived In Per-
and George Gardner Bow of I been here for many yean. She who is spending the season in Na- Gibbs, ion of Mr. and Mr. Henry 'rive until 1(27 and attended high
Miami In' ,St John's Episcopal was graduated from Homestead I, ranja with her son-in-law and Glbbi, of Homestead, were marriedat school In South Miami. Since that
University daughter Mr. and Mn. J. R. Hick- the home of the bride In he has lived
Church !Monday afternoon at five High School and attended the Key time In Homestead,
o'clock. The church was fined of Kentucky, and she has son. West Sunday afternoon at 1 .and I II now employed In one of th,
with relatives and friends of the served as organist, choir member Mn. Reitmeyer plans to leave o'clock. HomHtetad business houses.

young coapln members of two of and Sunday school teacher In St by boat Tuesday for Baltimore, The ceremony was performed I, Wednesday evening the member

Homestead's oldest families. John's Church Present also at the luncheon by the Rev. Shuler Peels pastorof ,of the Senior Epworth Leagueof
The vitae was banked with Easter The bridegroom Is a son, of the were Mrs. M.. Hlckson and Mrt.i the Fleming Street Methodist the Homestead Methodist

111111I,'QuHII Anne's lace and asparagus late R. L. Bow of the state engineering i Robert Felton.REDLAND I Church of that city, In the presenceof Church and the Wesley Fellowshipgave
fern; and on either side department and Mrs. about thirty relatives and {' a house-warming and shower -
stood a basket and standard of Bow. He was born In Homestead DEMONSTRATIONCLUB friends. I for the young couple at their
lilies and tern The carved pulpiton but spent most of his boyhood In HOLDS MEETING I The rooms of the Matcovlch (apartment In the Shuler house on
the left and the choir stall on Key West and Miami and was Miss Eunice Grady showed samples home were decorated with iteph I JS I W. First street

the right were similarly decorated,I graduated from Miami Edison of cotton, rayon, silk and :antis and lilies, and the young I I Miss Antoinette Moye directeda

After the acolyte, Billy Clark,' High School. He is employed In I wool material for dresses, I couple plighted their troth under aeries of games .
\the Miami post office. coats and suits and discussed the Punch and cookies served.
had lighted the six vesper candles,' 'a fern covered arch draped with' were
Mrs. Julian H. Webster In vestments -: After a reception at Palm Lodge merits of each sample at the meeting i ROM de Montana. present: beside! the Donor guests
; played an organ preludeand home of Col. and Mn. H. W. of the Redland Home Demonstration I The bride wore a white crepe were; .Mr and Mm. Henry M.
at the conclusion the vested Johnston the bride and bridegroom Club yesterday.. 'ensemble and white access orlel.. 'Plbbs, Mrs. J, C:: Close Mrs. Lloyd.
choir entered singing "The Voice left for a short 'trip. The Final plan were made for attending 'Her flowers were a corsage* boa; Field Mfss. Mary Bradley Hiss
That Breathed O'et Eden". Mrs. brld,'. traveling suit was a white i the county AchievementDay quef of stephanotis The brideaJ;Jtutfr Tower-, Mis*)) Annie Mae;
Keith Foulk. a cousin of the bride, sharkskin ensemble with aqua exercises next Friday .at the I maid, Mia Margaret l SWivtMteea AsitoMMtte aM..lie..
sang Schubert's "Ave Maria"". blouse and white accessories. I Central Schoolln Miami. of Key Weft, wore-*, : en'Uoy*, i Then the organist started the They plan to build a home of I I The club voted to take materials :ed silk frock and white Vlle3 Nell lq Saul, Miss Martha Close
:"Bildal Chorus" from "Lohengrin1and their own at S. W. Twentysecondavenue for a picnic lunch In the park near The bride's mother SUM 'Mar? Jo Close, Miss ,LIMB
the bridal procession entered.' and Twenty-fourth streetin by. I crepe and the bridegroom' Brown,:MW-H.1e.Bradley Misi'Mit'

+ i :The crucifer, Robert tautens, was the near future. I Plant were made, 'also, for a Min Marybelle Glbb of #,*" e"Clbbr.".* ". and'-Dave'- JK-
+ followed by the bridesmaid Miss Palm Lodge was decorated with meeting on May 5 when filingcases stead, wore an-a Qua blue tram.J "

nose Phillips Caves, sister' of the baskets and standards of Easter I will be made: suit with dubonet accessories. :
bride who lace Mn. Seymour Dane, the presIdent -
wore an aqua
llllei roses and other garden After a reception which ; '
"S'nr rRTTf'
and net gown and aqua veil caught presided. Present slab
flowers lorthe reception. A point ed the wedding the brjde .
were: Mn. E. A. Carter, Mn. A. The Woodmen Circle members
with pink rose buds and pale blue: of Interest was the breezeway with a green and brown printed
W. January, Mrs F. W. Stillman enjoyed an Easter party at 'the
The ,
delphiniums. gown, fitted to
Its banked dress and brown
fireplace with lilies, rose and white
home of Mn. J. T. Martin.
Mrs H. J. Armstrong and Miss VUitorsfrom
the and had
hips worn
over taffeta tinted gladioli and delphiniums. sories for the trip to
Estelle Fort Pierce and Coconut
: ahort puffed sleeves and long full Turner I
M Mrs. Lee H. Lehman, Mrs. Frank where a wedding supper was served Grove were presentAnnouncement ,
skirt. Miss Caves' flowers
were at the home of the brlderoom.1
Hausman and Mrs. Webster greeted -
an arm bouquet of rose buds and I C. Deputy, Mr and Mn. W. R. parent Only members of the was made that
the guests at the living room
I Miss Pearl Whitaker, temporary
blue delphiniums. Bird, Mr. and Mn. Keith
I Foulk, and Mr and
family Mrs. W.
door. In the receiving line wen secretary, had been offered the
The bride, lovely In her trailing the bride's parents, the bride and Mr. and Mn. Geo. N. Wakefield, :Flower were present. B'I the
position permanently by national -
Ivory satin, gown, entered on the Mr. and Mn. E. J. Polk, Mr. and
The bride
bridegroom, the bridegroom'smother was born and rearedIn office. Mrs. Florence
arm of her fither Albert Robert and Colonel and Mn M.Mn. Jas. Sottlle, Jr., Mr. and Mn. Key West\ and the attended I I I Pacetti, former head of the
Caves. Her gown was cut simple P. Walker, Mr. and Mrs Ansel I
Johnston. Monroe County High School. The I(I circle, was reported to be 111.
Barrow, Mr. and Mr W.
I Itnes-Mlraped bodice fitted to the H./I _.
The wedding gifts viewIn ---- -
i hips long sleeves and flaring skirt were on Woods, Mr. and Mn. W. A.
and train; The neck was cut V-, the adjoining parlor. phy Mr. and Mn. W. B. Mur-I
shape to display her necklace, a In the dining room. Interest cen- Mr. and Mn. J. L. Burton, Mr. and'
h. family heirloom. Her veil was r tered in the huge wedding cake I)(Mn. Claude Bullard, Mr. and MnA D =91'21117112! rm:
double and comparatively short, shaped like a Greek cross except I Hollli Steel, Mr. and Mn, Lee
{j and It hung from a Juliet cap I that Its center had an additional 'H. Lehman, Mr. and Mn. Lonnie
ed with orange blossoms. layer set crosswise. The cake Hood, Mr. and Mn. Julian H. Webster -
ried a white prayer book band-I,was decorated with white icing Dr. and Mn. Frank Haus
which' hung streamers and outlined on the table with asparagus man. THE DIXIE DRUGHomestead
HIUu r.t tha valUtr. I fern. On the central Mr Lily Lawrence Bow. Mr*.
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: The, bridegroom accompaniedby layer stood a wee bride and bridegroom Julia Polk, Mrs. W. J. Krome. Mn.:
the best man, Louis Schutt On the front section was Lonnie Hood, Mrs. Russel Walker, Florida
I. Bow, a brother, met them at the a blue clad bridesmaid, and on Mn. H. E. Schaff. Mn. J. S. Hor-I

altar where Dr. Edgar L. Pennlngtorrof each of the side sections and the ton, Mn. Henry Brooker, Jr., Mrs.J. .
Holy Cross Episcopal Church back aectlon was a rose bud with D. Barnes, Mrs. P. F. Ray, Mrs -
f in 'Mlaml/ assisted by the Rev. delphinium blossoms. Tall white: Lydia Gunman, Mrs. J. J:. Gau- 'Q SY'OR.e
candles In white holders were in rens, Mn, Helen Hackler, Mn
Thomas M. Melrose'of St. John'sEpiscopal I
I Church the foul' open spaces between the Howard Johnson, Mrs Ruth L 714 qix ISlf LL 6eceror1 Site

wedding ceremony.performed The double the extending sections of cake, Scott Mrs. R. G. Huff, Mn. C. P. e Camphor, swui
Mr. Lonnie Hood who served t i
: Jackson Mn. J. AHooks, Mrs
ring service was used. Aearic.w
: The" the cake was assisted by Miss H. E. Cooper Mn. J. E. McClung, I ateoa 6 Ice... lot$ CREAM 25
bridegroom, the best man,
Elizabeth Bow, sister of the bridegroom Mrs. E. F. Brooker, Mn. Robert
the brld,'. father and the ushers,
t and Miss Alta Webster
Lance, Mn. Virginia Hook Wal
R. L. Bow, Jr., and Rudolph Ooss- Miss Letitia Campbell and Mn. 'eE FOOT. HAPPY I

man, were clothed entirely in Virginia Hook Walton served ton.Miss Eula M. Ray, Miss Elizabeth 6'R.e alrfi I
white, and their boutonnieres I <<
White, rose buds. were sherbet punch from bowls at thetable' M. Hughes, Miss Mary Jackson, .
ends. Miss Eula Campbell, Miss Rose I
Mrs. Webster played MendelSsom's OCT PCWM 251 CORN \OLYfNT 2n
Miss Ellen Huff was stationedon Phillips Caves, Miss Virginia
wedding march as the recessional the porch to register the guests Walker, Miss Wave Horton, Miss CORN PAD 25* FOOT SOAP 2541
fop; the bridal and
party in the bride's book.
Ellen Huff, Miss Elizabeth Bow,
"oh Perfect Lo\e' the BUNION PADS 25' FOOT 8M.M 2"
recessional Out of town guests at the reception Miss Alta Webster, Miss Letltla
for the choir and the clergy., were: Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Campbell.The rJJMIIIMIAjJM '
Mn. Caves wore old lace ga&oas4 1
rose Robertson and daughter Miss Gertrude -
,4 Rev. Thomas M. Melrose,
,: t with powder blue trimmings and Robertson, Mr and Mrs. A. H. L. Cook, Irving J. Lyon Dr.
old rose accessories Her corsage M. Ewald and son, Mr. and Mn Walter L. Vercoe, C. J. Caves,
was of pink rosebuds and L. J. Brannlng, Mrs. W. L. French Clayton Lehman and Rudolph
Vale blue delphiniums. Mn. H. Un. W. D. Barr and daughters, Gossman. j FOLDS k Case
W. Johnston, grandmother of the Misses Jane and Ellagene Barr,

bride, wore purple silk lace With Mrs. Thomas Snipes, Mrs. Geo / '
1w.Wpsaa" ,
t grille and purple accessories and _
Schutt Miss Frances Schutt Mrs. A g Ye far i r
'i a corsage of gardenias and baby's CUra. GUI Veith, Mr. and Mrs. W.; Spaghetti Dinners g.ns..hi.. ., N
IrecUv Mrs. R. L. Bow, 'mother L. Tumor, Misses Nadene and Mary "

at the bridegroom won white lace, Bow, R. L. Bow, Jr., Louis Schutt 40c'i i Also "
Vhite and, aqua accessories and a Bow Dr. Edgar L. Pennlngton and vie J/ao/
corsage of talisman rose Mrs. Gee G. Schutt Jr., all of Miami. i I 971.0 ;cAaSo talEtil.nq.
Lily Lawrence Bow his grandmother The others who registered lathe I 40M NDskippl

wore white lace and white bride's bgotj,,**it; Mr. and.Mrs. We serve home-made .
accessories. W. B. Caws,.\ir. and Mrfe.Jb; E. Italian bread Bakery Mai. 254 lbpr 754M'e
The bride ta a granddaughter of Cave., Mfta' Q..Mfll.: Geo. L- 'Polk,
4 Mr and Mrs. R. E. Caves who have Mr and Uraj fidward Stillng, Dr. in connection; Joe Pa

+ l been in Homestead sine its very and Mrs j1; j9.'"1'ower, Mr. and lazzola, prop. :
early days and she is a grand- Mrs. W. J. Clark Mr. and Mrs. A.
i pR>ifrelaSPTSOarRt1AU

Dr. Leonard W. HaskinjfnlnHifau Italia American PALERMO'SSPAGHETTI I hiLLED EXACTLY At SCITT5N

I* l>. ......"- DRUGS air YOUR 1111TSICIAN..atrww. .
riuix Mrf ...*..... W Restaurant HOUSE j ji
GLASSESIII Italian Spaghetti Dinners I
Clinton Garage Bldg.

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'4 r Friday April 22:, 1938 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pa) Seven


II Social Events .1.1tltl. 'eiftjr+ president of Redland of the Ladies'Community Aid So-II I

Church at the annual election of RATE: First ton 104 a line; subsequent buertiotu .i

officer held on Thursday. Other .IIM .J,

j'officer, elected were: Mrs Frill

) a WOLFE ENTERTAINS Mrs Bishop, Mr*. WM Dunlop, 'Jackson, first vice-president; Mn. roq I } jT season. Jungle Grove, Redland

FOR VISITING MOTHERS Mr Cecil Lee, Mist Jennie Lob- lit J. Armstrong second vlce-pret- ;;, road and Hummer drive.

Mr*. H. s. Wolfe entertained del, Mill Imo Waldron Miss Leah ,tdent: Mn. )Frank SUUman, secretary $IA )MONTH, partly: furnished

for a group of mothers who are Mile, Mill Grace Dickinson and / ; and Mr*. Annie Mecsenmlth,' house U mite west Black Pointon FOR SALE-40 window, SS doors,

hare visiting their daughters. Mill Sue Ernest Hewlln,. treasures.It Silver Palm road. Herlong I plat glass doors, all complete;

Coven wore laid for Mn J. was announced that the nut 628 S. W. ant St., Phone 2-1813, < lavatories, I fire hOtel, soil

R. Hlckson and her mother Mrs AD ASTRA CHAPTER meeting of the satiety would be HlamL (pa :12-19)) pipe and fittings, large quantity

M. Hlckson of Richmond, V*.; INITIATES TWO held *t the home of Mr*. SUUman FOR RENT Furnished used lumber heavy timbers and

Mr Carl Robinson and her mother Miss Mary Agnes Bradley and at 230; p. m, Thundll). Apr 21I downtown. -Summer rate apt till reinforcing iron, from Burdlne1
Sara J. Davis were Initiated Into Scott & Whlteaker 1100 (f.: W.
I Member
Mrs. Benson of Vermont; Mn. I present at the election Sept I. See Henry Behrens
..Ad.Astra of the O. E. S.Friday 27th Ave. Walter Voelker
Chapter session at
Van Harris and her mother, Mrs Included: Mn. Deuel, Mn. or BenJ. W. Morris. (mlStf)
Delia Lockhont of Wisconsin; indfrs. evening. Miss Bradley' ,,Jackson, Mr George W. Turner, yard. Phone 3-411. (all)

D. P. Blake and.1he''ho.fessVMRS.JXX.JDOWEN mother, Mrs. W. M. Bradley, Sr. Mn. George W. Turner Jr., FURNISHED APARTMENT. C.
... ;.J worthy matron of the chapter: in Mn. W. T. Stillman FOR SALK lIS' renttae f rr-
Mr*. Thomas E. Bigger, 104 N. C. 2nd Ave. I deer
I 1128 and A. R Livingston, a pastworthy sedan. bran dew Mini
QulUlan Mn. Thomas
GIVES | Brewer (m4U)
Job Una
new nMek
patron of the chapter, conducted *aJrally
Mn. A. M. Vivien, Mn.: M. A.
perfects tUS. Tema.
the Initiation service. I I I Baker, Mn. M. M. Ramsey and FOR RENT Furnished apartment JeJrn L,
Mr. D. L Bowen a shower ,
gave i Scarborough. Phone 18. .. <....)
tor Mrt..C.org. Geaft.. Past Grand Matron Nancy. Sarah Drew clean, all convenience

Friday ware enjoyed. The lint:, EJckard of Miami made a short:I! Also furnished house, 1 bedrooms 'FOR SALE Seedless grapefruit,

was won by Mrs. Carl Anderson; talk and Worthy Matron Helen,|W. M. S. CIRCLES HOLD all electric Mr Eva Col- I 80o bu. Valencia oranges, 250:

the second, by Mn.' Charles Barnes.. Livingston reported on the recent THEIR APRIL MEETINGS line corner Blscayne drive and pk. Mn. Eva Collins, Modcllo.
Fruit I I meeting of the grand chapter. I' Three of the W. M. S. circle federal highway at Mudello. I
Jello and cookie
served. were I I Mrs. Wm. Musselwhite sang ,'met on Tuesday. Circle One meat EXCELLENT after shaving lotion f

The Mn. Jos. Elder played a piano'I the home of Mn. J. P. Anderson. FOR SALE for men. Hand and face lotion \
; guest Included Mrs. Jas.
: I'I solo and Mn. Sam Davis playeda Mn. J J. Richard conducted for ladles. Make It yourself fork

A.Mr Daugherty,T. J. Walker, Mr,. Alex Mrs. Lanier Agnes, '( violin solo on an, Instrument:j; the 'study period and M.... few cents per pint Material al

Reed, Mr. Anderson, Mrs Paul ,made by Mr..Dan-.Irom natlv -,I D. L. Bowen. the leader presided/ 10 ACRE Income grove with ten- all drug stores. Complete instructions
mahogany. Mrt. O. I,. Gault Flan were made for t silver 2Sc: coin
Loaner, Mn. Fred Link, Mrs. James I( antable house Has 53d: 8yearold : and name
Robert. Mrt. Bill Nectar, Mrt. A. played during the initiation, and tea to be held May 5 at the home Persian limes and about 700 and address of two friends. Address .
I Mri. Lloyd Pletx ang. of Mn J. I. Burton. Mn.1 Richard J. B. Summers :
t>. Smith, Mn. Barnes and Mrs I 'dditlonal fruit trees Including c/b Itfrf.
Herman Ritch. and Miss Jennie Lobdell were'I' oranges, tangerines, seediest M. McMlchle. 2110 N. W. MUi
program committee St., Miami.
grapefruit and pink grapefruit
Gifts_ were rgcjlyeij from: Mrs.. HOLD ELECTION TODAY for the tea, and Mri. A. S. :Moy' 'All tree In

taboo ..Blllbip,.- M.... A. E. Smith, The Woman's Auxiliary of St and Mr*. Bowen on the refreshment have never stopped perfect condition growing; CLEAN, used toilet set, good condition -

Mrs. T. T. Bowen Mn. Bud Reed. I John' Episcopal Church will elect committee. Wonderful now set Last halt price, 18. Hollister '

Mn. J. D. Redd. Mrs. David Fred' officer at a meeting at the l Thejiostes. served punch1 and year's tale crop Sail Kings Highway, East: .
over $2000 and will
erick, Sr., Mn J. E. McClunl Mn. .
I home of Mrs W. J. Clark at three cookie ;, ,
exceed that mm
this It
Blanche Bishop, Mri. 'UI\I.tu'l o'clock this afternoon. I I Circle Two met with Mr*. J. 11:.I I Ie a money-maker and year. R. t RED: FR"ERSJve or ores*

Wynn, Mr. Richard Degler Mr*. !I, .Plan for sending delegate to Close. Mrs. Geo. Ramon led only- ed. Free delivery In city. Phone

B. R. Bigger, Mn. Alvln :'Carr:; )p-j JIM diocesan convention In West the devotional A food sale*was well come .In and let me tell 835-M McEwea Poultry ,Plait t
about tt.S
bell, Mr*. E. Douberly., ,, -.and_'"Mrs..." 'Palm Beach on May 3, t &DA 8, planned for May 7 In the arcade.I you : 9
MeMichaeL j-also, will be discussed. Mrs Close served Ice cream and 1
I I cake. ACRES good orange and I acre '
I I pin land hal 330 feet Krome LOST Between Harde PackingHouse
MR. AND MRS. BERNECKER: DAVID FRIEDRICHS One new member was added.

GIVE FAMILY PARTY I,HAS EASTEER PARTY Others present were: Mit. Wm .Avenue frontage. Only $1790 and Homestead post office
on Monday small black
Mr. and Mrs Frank.! Berneckcr Nolan Mr*. X. A. Capltnger, Mr Some terms, ,
I Mrs, Stanley Wntkop gave an f ;: I coin purse containing key and 1
Cave an Easteregg.hankundayfar i Caster egg bunt at the home of Mn. Ranson." Mn. Casper William. ;. >* 14 30. Reward for return to :Mrs. }
their WWren..nd Hui IL A. CAMERON Mahan. Hedland or to
I Ballard, Mn. C. D. Eaker Mrs.Dye .
Joe her son, David Frledrlcha. I I Leader-Enterprise office. (
Those present were: Mr. and Bruce Ennls, Jr., and Sister Connor .'J.. P. Mrs. J. A. Rehwlnkel, pm35)MISCELLANEOUS

Mrs.. Fritz Rutzk 'and children,'' received prize for finding the Mn. Eddie Hobson. Mn. Paul hone 71 Homestead

Richard David, Amelia and Frit- most eggs and Gay Scarborough :', Reynolds Mr*. H. Barber and Mr*. ,(a 22, 29)

sic; Me and Mn. Jason Avery and/1 got one for finding the lucky egg 'I Bessie Showalter. FREE Several well-gi"'wnipathodla

daughter Dorothy.Mr..aflashers; r Gingerbread rabbits and punch t I Mn. Sam Davis entertained (forest flame), lives

A. C. Albrecht, Mr. and Mrs Walter wen served, and each guest received Circle Three Mn. J. E. Davis, tFOR three feet high. Hollister Mge.

Schulz; Mn A. V. Phillips and a basket of egg a* a favor.j[:the leader conducted devotional, East Kings Highway

,children Lorraine and A. O. Joe i'|, The little guests wen: Joyce : and Mrs. Geo. Wright gave a read- SALE 3-burner oil stove

Mr. and Mr*. Otto Bcrnecker and'' and Bruce Ennls Joyce Walker, ,.In,. "in very good condition. V. D. WANTED:

daughter Jean, Mr. and Mr*. I 1 1I I Bobble Monroe, Gay Scarborough | Contests afforded: entertainment Lyon, 32 N. Krome Ave.s29)

Frank Bernecker and children, i Stanley and Jack Arlen I in the social period and punch Valencia WANTED Listings of howe
SALE: Bright
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Elaine I and Charles; Mr and Mr*. I!'Renee Marks. Allen Neff, Joseph'J'and cookie were served. Oranges grapefruit and juice al and apartment for rent. Henry
& W.
Behrens N
JLeo Bemecker and children. Don- ,load Sister Connor and Billy Fal-; Present were Mrs J. A. Mc- stand South Krome Ave. and Krome Benj. of Morris
north 10-ctnt
ale and 'Ralph; Fritz and Walter lIrd. Nelll Mn S. E.!: Livingston Mn Third Homestead. Fruits ave..
I| t St
; phone B4. (l1f)
Bernecker and I. Lazo. ..I jCrown-ups present Included:, J. A Munn, Mn. Robert Simpson ',"vrawn-0----. bv. on H. 1._.. Cook___,_.. (.f18a39)FOR
Mri Bruce Ennis, Mrs. Earl Facet-'M/'I. N. G. Ball, Mr J. E. Davis, LEGAL NOTICES

GARDEN CLUB HAS ,tli: Jr.. Mn. T. E. Kirby Mr. John I Mr. Wright, Mn William and' SALE Tropical Plants, citrus .

MUSICAL PROGRAMA Scarborough, Mrt- Pacettl and Mr*. the hostei tree and tropical fruit In NOTICE 0' .AI" PP TAX ('KilT" "
musical by the Charm' CAIRNApplication
program Wlttkop N*. MI*
Novelty Trio of Miami wa given JUNIOR LEAGUE ENJOYS LEGAL NOTICES NotlM ta ......... clean is.' Onrp FhflUN .
Monday at the meeting tt the Gar=: ""Mrs." Landon Carney: entertained EASTER EGO HUNT hM filed with' a wrliin. _I>M thee
NOTICE 0' Arur..TlOM roe TAX the tot MrUflnlU totMwt with .11 ft dove
den Club at the home ot the president at luncheon and bridge Wednesday Member of the Junior League of EKED awns owiHMI or Inb4 U>" (..l",....
Mrs. R. J, Shepherd, InFlorida the Homestead Methodist Church Chapter ItMTArta last lie poor IMS, wu kr th* nmi w ....
Mn, Chas. Byrd Mrs. Henry ..
1 1whl.Ued I Pll. A IMTotic rlkMl and cold to HM ktaMM Mod for
City. One it the trio Hatchet'and Mn. /. Betty .U of were given an Easter egg hunt k hereby glean! that P ****/M. .Ilk M Provided kr Ch",HM IMM. il Ihr
In imitation of our local Saturday afternoon at the homeof Iwo 1taI... of sate sad Cou.'. Tn Cor- Ion Act ft UM LwWWM, pim >IMfolbwlnl
Miami. tllk.I... 1101 raved the ,lit if* ttIdr. worlkWI ml wMto to the '*K>Itr >.
birds and played several numbers Mis* Antionett Moye. Sue A. D. ISIt h.. filed. MUM In I.rttfe *i D the --- found the *. end hoe ..... application. for I Lot (. "'11. .. Want .._ "..... TW
xylophone. The Calendar Moye lucky egg Sally lu dead la k. leaned thnmk aM C.rtlftato ..... to k. >.M ..r. mM x4 lop C. IIfI.
Mr*. W. D. Bishop showed ipecl- Suber was given a consolation _It_ the '0110"'.. bowrlknlmp.ru oat No. MM at less ..< prio.nu ....-
of I I to the Cou.tr U noise, State atrh.rwa. fur the ,... IMI. IMI. I.... 1SI7 land
for the fewest
man -
partridge prize finding
peat pomegranate eggs, ......11Wlol I'''. imountlM to ...".
blossom and sausage tree Apr. 22 Homestead P.-T. A. and Yates Eaker received a prize of E14 of .It" 01 cwt I. M. Lot .. Rlk. .. wee Bu..w .,.... DM
blOKomi.Mn. moving picture .show. 'for finding the most eggs. IM It. Township M Scene IS Rwt axes to .. ...... are evidenced. kr t'.. lirt-
MitotolM IS Am nower0 low to tho Ma Win 4tT if IWI sad ,r"W"Ia .t
Shepherd .reed "Garden Apr. 22 Meeting of Episcopal Punch was served by Mrs. Moye. County of ....... Sate of ,.......... for Mw years lost IMI. I.... 111 >.'<4
The .ew.onM d new _"..' .....1 lees WMunUMl to II....
Be.utitudll..n Mr. Geo. E. Reed Auxiliary with Mn. W J. Clark .pejljle the hoileu p
.. Those. DTtseni the. MM Hrtlf....* second was In the Lot 6, bile' .. west ."... Vfcl* rv
gave a group of readings. it'll o'clock.: and her mother, Mn A S. MIM of, 1.... J. M.r.h.11. I aces to k. will ... evidenced kr C-.,'1I-
ot MM certificate shall U rd..w. onto N*. 4tM of IM .""* MIHMHK. n...
The hostess served coconut cake Apr. 24 Meeting Moye Were: Mary Catherine and
; *.u.=. to law, the Mpmr, d.arribellth.er.111 1 for the roan IMI' IMI loss 117 ... and punch. Club In Neva King Cooper Schoolat Sally Suber, Ray and fay Cap- .. oM too the khcknt bidder I loop, ... .* to 815.711.: :
at she C..rt kooM toot on Uw first Lot ... Rlk *. Was Memo v.... I IkrtoM.
Twenty-three were present: Mn. 3 30. )inger Sue Moye, Jane Fuchs, : .
day I In the MMJlk W K ,. load, I to W MM are Mead kr ( 'II
Hollister Sage, Mn. Reed, Mn.Jss. Apr. 28 Meeting of Hedland. Yates Eaker Joe and Gene Reynolds to the and day of map U.. ,' .... No. 401. of lets and _.u .....

McCready Mn. Ja. M. Dob- Ladles' Aid. 'I l Billy and JameS Brown and noted thin both KB.<... ",LKATHKRMAM f .....h. 111. | for .the._roBr.u.* .IMI to ".11.,.. IIIS, IW ..001 iIlll.

bin, Mr. H. F Potter, Mr. Grace Apr. 2* Homestead P.-T. A.. ronald Neely. T Clark at Clnillt Cmirt I Raw to> MrttffeMoi wither with' tillukomimt
Dickinson, Mn. D. B. Snow Mrt moving picture show. '|I. DM Cou.tr r.-I I IClrtuH resulted or InM awn will
Court Bnl k. MM In the kdkoM ....... It UK "
R. W. Mulllni, Mr. Henry Ruegg, Apr. 28 Home Demonstration B.: P. W. C. HEARS TALK Br M. C BTCTRCTT, D.C. I Now ta III..,. M tk* ink day at 4otllIMI. ,

Mrt. D. W. Shetzllne Mr Shep- County Achievement Day exercbti OF WOMAN'S LEGAL STATUS (Apr I. (, U. A. M.. koilnnln... u MM M the tktiwftof beer ol M T.err. ,,"t.-o. .

herd. Mrs. Lucy Clinton. Mrs EK In Miami i i President Flora D. Myen gave NOTICE TO CREDITORS UI.t My be ewe des ..
of Garden II review of two booklet I. Court, of Uw Cwuitir '141. DaW M UlMil: :, -:., .....'-too the
berta Mr ,2 Meeting on wo-
Bute, Mn. H. C. Reed, May ... florid.. Dufa COU..... its;846. lay o( AprIL .....
Annie Butler Mr*. G. S. Bawling, Club at home of Mrt.' J. D. Redd. man'* status under the law of I* N boa tt Ck.rU' M. tip, Doso"@L I f. BX tATHERM1Clork <.
Florida at Monday of ClmiH (: ,
nldht's meetlnff ::: .
To ... Cndita9atom.. Dktrl S.t.M, -air. r" _
,--- the Homestead Business and and: AM p_ Maxine Cass.. M D. Closest Cases antD.d. .
I Professional Women's Club in the : Aaa/ea saw IF 1110. rr.JfNo, n .
-Y" sod .soh. d hJubr .stlnvd P""Io"A.rlI" e. II ... 19814
Chamber of Commerce building. .A. rn lrt< to snares Mr total sad tf.M. .
Informal discussion followed. .. wkkk rM .. diiMr W rM Mr NOTICE OF INTENTION' TO NAME AfvPLICATION
EDWARDSTILING have ...1_ UM *UW W Ckrl ... Kip FOR ADOPTION! "
Visitors present Included: Mrs. tow ",* rtiwlMtah OatliM Ooe.... Htok.to. MINOR milD.
'Harold I Sheffield Mn. Lloyd Diets, .* to tk* Console jade find t CM- TO ALL PrHHONRi
r U. rtorU*, M kto dries I. the Comt NOTICE NEARBY GIVEN Met *...
MI'II. Geo. M. Sonnlchsen. Mr*. J. Ease M Mtonl. rtorkta Within. twrio ... t. Paler. of Porrto*. rbrM de< *.
B. Cohernour and M.... Joe Doxsee. UNMIk (KMi the lima W the fine plkfcMto .>o>i.l...o*. .will .. Use I*. A. D. iw.
Real Estate General Insurance W Ikto Rouge. MM-*totaM *rto d. pair M the HMMnol wad w. ,,_
-...> k* searm to ...| Prevented 64 Mil.. MM of the Jiin at .... Ovvl.Cotrt .
Wednesday night members of the .'_Id, or name will. Ito WTM Sx tt the Ehwnlh J K.kl Cri "i of
I G1.Par lines Uw '"< don SUM ",< rWW Plorwa, ta *M for D*** CoMtr. r. t.
Legion Auxiliary made plans for a for Fear IMTBwto4 ornr .11I......,.. 'N mtattia, kr ,It.
covered dish luncheon meeting Fckrwry Iptk. A. D. IM*. .__. of *>rtl Infant .,... MH
Cor. Palm Ave. and Ave. B Florida City, Fla. |I to be held at 11.30 CARL B. M.T.A Man Lest 10._.. ado 1MoMto
Ancillary A4ml.Wr.uw' *f she Estate OP WHICH Al I. Fracas WIIATAKI
1 May 4, at the home of Wednlldl"j ",f Ctarh H. Mir Dimiil.M DUll NOTICI
( t*t M. .jt. Is6 Ml Ar. k S.!*. WALKKI J. FOWLER
Edward Norman .n t- ,. .
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Page EIght THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday :April 22, 1938


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The Woman'Club of Homestead B. K. GaUIn;Jictfblrshlp, Mr. T. COFFEE
; and the Junior Woman'l .club of J. tarot, axnattlNf! and Junior .a 21arBan
{ Homestead held joint installation club, Mrs. A. A. Payne. Ib. 1 1 f I '
5 services Monday evening at The officin gfif>th club and
.'. a banquet meeting held la the Lot the guests p| kn1vere preaented. TicKELLOGG'S ZSc
l' Tavern in Prlnottoatltn. : with corsages. and the stir! jn
:.:. Louie Lanford, president president of the senior dub, Mr*".
of UM.Cocal Gables Woman's Club I Joel J. lebUion wee give."an
rude a abort address on club work arm bouquet by the new'pmtdent 2 pkgs. .................. 15c FANCY

tfid installed the Woraaai Club I The banquet table, T-haped 1 pkc. ........................ Ie RICE
avloer*) Mm Landtm- Carney, and lighted by candle, was deoo-,
,{ president; Mr*. Annie H Butler, rated with fern ,nd gold-tinted CORN FLAKES --
f t first vlce-preildent; Mra Joel JRoblMon flower, and In the place of honor] AU 3pkgs.for..16c Slbs. 2Ic
< second vict-preildent; with an arrangement of uten.:
Hrt A. r Arthur, secretary: and Mr.Preston:Bird and Miss'tlrt BALLARD'S Plain or Self.Rising
Mr. W. D. Bishop, tartaaurw. Whitaker were hoite****. MEAL GRITS
5 Ib. 29c
pkffa. or
o.)Mr Coral. e.Gables Upton wing Junior, president Woman' Louie Preaent Lanford were,: Mn Mr. Ewing and Mr and*. Flour W lb. pkg. :::::::::::: bloc

;> Club, after a brief talk on junior Mr*. Wm. Cox of Coral Gables' 20 Ibs. ........................ 99c 5 Ibs. __.. u 19c '
. .: club work Instilled the local ,un- Mr*. Carney Mr Buchanan Mr*. SAVE THE COUPONS
1'-: Ipr' club\ officers: Mn X.A. Such' H.C. Reed Mr*.Butler, Mn Bishop -
; anan, president, Mr*. Claude Mn I. T. Nixon Mn Alma BORDEN'S SILVER COW BABY
Campbell first vice-president;Mr*. Shetzline, Mr*. Robinson, Dr.
)f J. D. Perkins, second Irene Shanklln, Mn. Emmett LIMA BEANS
<' lent; Mr*. Harold Vlet-pr.-I Crowaon Mn. Wlttkop, Mn Gat- MILK 3 TaU Cans Zl.c
: ing secretary, Mr*. lin, Mr*. W. B. Caves Jr., Mn
y corresponding secretary; and Mr*. Augustus Wynn, Mn. Aniel Bar- 2lbs. __.__ n 15e
/ Anel The sponsor row, Mr*. Paul Reynolds, Mr*. SAVE THE COUPONS
| Mr*. A.w.t'Payne, wa unable. Dyal, Mn. A. W. Hutchinson, Mr*. Sunbeam Pure
f. to b*present Bird, 14.... LC. Nichol, Mr*. A. SUNNYMOON FANCY TENDER, SWEET
Mn Carney expressed the hope M. Logan Mr*. J. D. Barnes, Mn. Grape Jelly
'. that the club this year would join! J, a Perkins, Mr*. C. A. Campbell -
1 <' the state federation, redecorate;( Mr*. Robert Glenn, Jr.., Mn, PEAS No.-2can 1.7c
}Welfare R. R. KInard, Mn. T. J. Walker 2 lb. jar 25c .
Mr*. Hunter Harden, Mrs. Bruce:
>. thip I Ennlt, Mr*. Harold Oxford Mn.
I '. Chairmen appointed for the James Bird,Mn.James McCready SWIFT'S JEWEL1 lbt pke ..,............. 12LARD DOMCO
r year, she announced, are: civic, Mr*. Walton, X.... W. E. Rheney 4 Ib. pkg ................ 43c "
I Mn. K. J. Oyal; house and prop I Mn L. B Oanxy, Mn. BurkyDendy .I 8 Ib. pkg. ................ 89c Peanut Butter
\ ertjr )Ira. Preston B. Bird; press, Mn. R. G. WalMr, Mn I
I' / Mr*. J, W English; visiting the P McLean, Mia WhlUker Mill
'. tick and arranglnf for flower, Alice Hobson and Mil Betty I 2 lb. jar....... 25c
\ Mr*. W K. Walton; program, Mr Bowen. LIPTON'S FREE TEA GLASSES

I TEA 4 Ib. Tea 25c CATSUP .
1 'G ss'Rig
Oldest Chevrolet 1 14 oz. bottle. 12c

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| I| Fresh Meats I I Standard
r Dealer on East CoastIN f I mmmmmmmmmmmmu VegetablesWINESAP Peas or Corn2No.2cans..l7c<

Country RollBUTTER

BUSINESS '-"" -'-' MARCH SINCE mi APPLES Old Time Table

?t Mw 12, ?w ARSFfi'. w,..vi' .N "w TO, ,'"THE- STRiCT I 5 Ibs .....__ 24c lb. ___.._.._.__ 32c I PEACHESNo.2V

--w., I 111...._____
NUTWOOD CURED can ...15c

We are in need of Used Cars. Firm RipeBANANAS HAMS Phillips

l Bring in for an appraisal I '
yours I to It Ik. reran I

l on the new 1938 Chevrolet. The j 3 Ibs ___ 13c whole lb. ._.. 25c Pork & Beans
I uu
Car that is Complete. 1601.. can:5e
I Cut from Heavy Western -
Carrots or Beets Beef Woodbury's

1934 Ford Tudor Sedan good tins; food paint; Facial ..
: new seat covers; good running condition 2 bunches..__ 15c Round Steak Soap

lb. .. .. .__.. 29c 3 cakes ...... 25c
1937 Chevrolet Deluxe Town Sedan; perfect coa- '
I dition; tires fine; motor perfect mall mile- SNO BALLCauliflower Boned and Rolled
are. One owner Octagon Soap
f Veal Roast J

3 giant bars... .14cSupersuds
: {{ 1936 Chevrolet Stay Base Truck: ;new paint; good lb. .. ... ._.._ 12c lb. u u.u.. 25c -
tires; 1W8 ; flat body
Fancy Western boned
I New Red Bibs
and rolled chuck
1932 Ford Trucks good tires; good body motor in RED BOX
good condition; 1938 tag Irish Potatoes Beef Roast
r, i large pkg. ..19c. .
t I" 10 Ibs. It_ e.-- 23c lb. IV' .. ".,_ 25cWilson' *
Other cheaper trucks and can ranging from

t) $.50.00 t. $150.00. Some with 1938 tags Octagon Cleanser
Sweet Juicy Lakeview. ,

r : Sliced Scans ___ _..lie
sss ,:
MaNtY M, .It__ .... 19c lb. 29c 13
__.._. _..
i tallcans
y Fresh Green Local Fresh Dressed

Co. LIMA BEANS Fryers Ib. ,.., .lc: ,.
: JC:

103 N.Krorae Are Phone 98 I 2 Ibs. ..._....19c Hens, lb. .. .... 30c

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