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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 29, 1938
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
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Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
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XXVI-NO. 17 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, KK1DAY, APRIL 29,1938 PRICE FIVE: CKN: I s


I 1938 LEAGUE McGarrah Says Report of Drowning 1t ]VOTERSPONDERLONGLISTOFCANDIDATESASPRIARY


Was Probably Slightly Exaggerated;'


BALL TO STARTllREONMAY15 t -
Soaking wet but ottierwlN un- made a complete somersault and jt I

harmed Edwin: McGa.rah, dis-I landed upright in the canal, with

trlct circulation gent of the MIami only) about four Inches j Of tht top

I. Herald streets, appeared Wednesday on morning Homestead *I I appearing Notified above of the the surface accident, a i 'ELECTION DAY DRAWS NEAR


' : Turner ambulance andseveral ._
while member of the local: tire j Homestead firemen rushed to the 1 '

I' Homestead Baseball Club department were diving for his t{ scene and the men dived to retrieve Tennis Court Petition Six Polling Places of Dis-

Assured With Funds body Oversee In the Highway water about bordering 20 miles the I the meantime any possible McGarrah victims had in Gets Many Signatures trict Open at 8 a. m.

for Equipment south of here.McGarrah. I boarded a northbound truck and Next Tuesday
I Supported by civic organisations;
returning from his returned to Homestead, passing
! ,' TO ADAPT SOFT BALL daily newspaper route on the key,[Ibis rescuer on the road. He and an signers influential, a petition body of will Individual be VOTING ROBOTS TO

DIAMOND TO NEEDS Hid fie was forced oft the road by. had succeeded in squirming outI presented to the city council Monday SEE FIRST USE HERE
a large bus and rode the shoulder through an open window of the I I
night, urging completion ef
. of the highway for about 100 feet submerged car just in time to ''
! One Game Weekly] Sunday before overturning. His car then avert.drowning.Summer I' the four public tennis court east Voters May Register at

Afternoons, Planned -- of the municipal swimming pool, Court. House Until
I laid
I' which were out many months

. for Schedulei NIGHT FIELD DAY Half Holidays ago but still remain unfinished.The 9 p. m. Saturday 1

Start Next. Thursday petition, which Is being circulated -
i practically the entire two by Bobbie Cave and I Ia Redland District polling placesfor

hundred dollar needed for uniforms CHALLENGE THE on hand at the Dixie Drug, already the primary election to be
All business house and offices I
. and equipment subscribed carries about 300 signatures. It held next Tuesday, beginning at
I by local tan this week, Homestead In Homestead, except grocerystore also bears the group endorsement
8 a. m. and ending at sunset areas
will enter a team In the East Coait ISSUED BY ROTESThe {) I which will remain open as of the Homestead Woman's Club,

:, baseball league and contend for usual until the school term ends, ; the Junior Woman' Club, Homestead follow; r
the district championship; for the l Rotary Club and Redland Precinct No. 08-Goulds Assn. M
will start the
I tint time In fix year, according Homestead Rotary Club will half-holiday observing,next Thursday summer, May District Lions Club. Packing House, Goulds. t

I to Ansel Barrow, acting manager! challenge the Redland District 8, according to an announcementby In lit preamble, the document Precinct No. VKelly's Store
of Grower Lions Club to "field day at night"to the city fathersthe
impresses
I' then a the Redland District Chamber upon Bid,., Silver Palm.
Only one game weekly on be staged in the local school t| Commerce The half-day real need for tennis facilitiesand
I No. 70-0..mbel'1l' Garage
Precinct -
Sunday afternoons, Jj contemplated gymnasium at an early date for ing period will continue cl08-1, asks that the court be work Princeton.
: in the schedule which 1* now middle of September. ed Into playable condition at the
the benefit of the Homestead Par- Precinct Nor-TLMiFionaer Guild
i worked earliest possible date.
, being up by manager of
the district league. Tentatively, ent-Ttacher Association, accordIng Hall. Redland.
I lBackstops for Tennis Precinct No. 7J City Hall,
I ; -
Homestead' fink tussle hat been to a vote taken at the meetingof

set fo-i; May 11.'on the home diamond -I the club Wednesday noon in I Court in Florida City ,LOCAL FEDS NAB Homestead.Precinct No.' 73--Town Mill
with opponents to be announced Legion hall.
, later, Barrow said. The decision wa reached after j Permission to erect back stops Florida City.Citizens J
4 MOONS NERS who failed to cuter I
I'' Although tome adjustment In Principal J. A Rehwlnkel speaking I and otherwise get the municipal when the books 'Wf're In the precincts -
at the suggestion of Cha H.
I. base measurements will be necessary jconls eouit ,ftdJQinljvt.Uie town may, reglatar"at the oourthouse ,
Steffant chairman"f f committeeappointed BOATS
VII local diamond Mil field: AUTO. 2
. to consider participation I hall in condition for use was given In Miami until p. m. Saturday .
can be readily adapted to the
I I senior sport, and the local boys, in such a "field day", told of I the young men's Bible class of the A total of nearly 100,000registrations r
Is predicted by Carl
I : expect to use the municipal park: the fun and success a similar program Florida City Community Churchby After two days and nights of Holmer, registration *.'Isor. 1

,4 In all of their home game 1 of event met with when put the Florida City town councilat vlgllence Homestead and Miami Contested offices to super be filled :
on In another city for the benefit officers of the U S. customs and
its meeting Tuesday The
Players who have already Joined -i 1 night and candidates whose name, will
of a chamber of commerce. De- Immigration service captured four
the team and expected to stipulation was made, however
art on the voting machines, .In .
appear
, of the challenge to the Lions "moonshiners" still and
livery a Urge
at Sunday I that nothing unsightly should be '
sign contracts a meeting use in Dade County for the first ]
date of the field day and other details erected. about 150 gallons of Illicit liquorat
, aftertOOlInclude HermanTkomaa be bands of time, are as follows: 11
will left In the an early hour yesterday.The
Lawrence Campbell, The tennis court has not beenIn
? For U. S. Senator: T. C. Merchant -
Rotary President W. It. Rheneyand plant, located Inland from
1 Vernon McKay, J. B. Clonlnger, use for several year Madison; Finley Moore
, Mr. Steffani. Turkey Point south of the Florida
James Webb, Ed. Brooker. A. The council also granted the Lake City; Claude Pepper Tallahassee -
The club's program Wednesday City canal was destroyed and the
Cheshire, Rudolph Cowman Angelo young people of the church permission David SholU, Daytona
, consisted of five minute autobiographies prisoners were taken to Miami for
Mlstretta, Fred Vlhlen Roy by Rotarians Max to hold a food sale In the park booking on federal charge The (Continued on Page FlY >
Nelson, Clinton Bishop, Bruce En-
I Loaner, C. H. Steffani, M. A. Berger way of Palm avenue immediately I successful raid slno Included seizure *
i' ail, Pierre McDanM, 1. L. Smith, fronting the town hall next Tuesday ,

called automobile and
and R. H. Woods, on of a large two
R. E. Sherard, Charles Sullivan, LEGION MEDALS
without previous warning by Past election day. i small motor launches. Full details I
Elmer Sullivan, Richard Edwards,
..; President H. S. Wolfe, presidingIn The town clerk, Mr*. Flora D. and names were withheld by
Ansel Barrow and Stanley Witt-
kop. the absence of Mr. Rheney who Myers, was authorized to adver- the alcoholic unit of the customsservice ARE PRESENTED ;

was attending the district conference tise for bid for the position of tax until the case I Ia act for I

assessor for the 193 roll trial In federal court.
FINAL RALLY IN TO 9TH GRADESAmerican i




PARK HELD- HERE i..,:::::::::::::,::::'.:".FROM: ::,.... ::::,:OUR:: : :::,::',MAIL, :, :, ::,::, :,,2':8': :::::::,:, ::":] a be girl presented In the,Legion-ninth today--grade to medal a boy of each will and ;.,


Candidate for stale and county of the Redland District' two high t
.office addressed a small and undemonstrative What Price Loyalty? I Hoover's Letter to WorleyEditor I( "Pepper Is Our Man"By schools who have been selectedby I

gathering at the 1 their classmates a* possessingthe "

political rally staged by the county By George L. Swan Leader-Errte prise: P. B. Bird qualities of courage, leadership -

Democratic executive committee )danrof; ,him, ores beginning to I The record Of O A. Worley our Upon entering the First National honor, service and ,scholarship -
slate's attorney, In law enforcement -
In American legion park Saturday Wilcox I Bank of Homectead this morning >
had
feel that if Mark gone I and co-operation with other
night the president of the bank called In the Homestead High School
out and bought himself a pair'' ol law enforcing agencies has been J
Occasional showers kept many my attention to applications on ninth grade J. T Godwin and '
'voter away hampered. tome of spat, cultivated a Harvard accent, I highly commended by the federal hand whereby the little businessman Jamie Richards were elected to
: bureau investigation and in
View
the speakers and accounted for and Joined the pink tea celebrations can secure credit through a receive the medals'and In Red-
the sparse attendance K. C. when Jimmie Roosevelt moved of some of the thing that' have bank over a long period of time for laud High I School ninth gradeGeorge

Chronlster of Homestead, precinct Into the White House we would, been said by Mr. Worle) opponent commercial uses at low rate of Kufeldt I and Miry Cngel

committeeman, presided, and arrangements not have the picture of 10,000 W in the present campaign I interest, and being familiar with were chosen.
were in the charge of, PA worker out campaigning, for, enclose the following letter writ- Senator Pepper's campaign for reelection The presentation will be made

J D. Sibert, primaries managerfor one of his opponents. Thousands;. ten by J. Edgar Hoover to Mr. Wor- to the scene it Impressed l i I by J K. Williams of Miami and

the county committee. of Florida voter who know Mark,I ley on March 21, 1D38: II upon me most forcibly that "Pep- Win. J. Ceronlmo of Florida City,

Seeking the office of county I for the true statesman be Is, and. Dear Judge Worry: : ,' per Is our man". members of the 0th district executive +
purchasing, agent were O. A. Rol realize the tine loyalty he has given 1 wish to take this opportunity I' Senator Pepper Introduced theblU I committee of the Florida < I
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lins, A. B. Willis and William D. not only the President but his of expressing my appreciation making ft possible for the ReConstruction -1 pertinent of the American teg&n. -

Joyce, incumbent. Rollins, a-I constituents, feel Abet they, too. for the splendid office'cooperation baa ,, Finance Corporation|II Mr. Ceronlmo, adjutant
native Floridian ikptched Ml have had Mud splashed upon the which your I I to Insure long-term, tow-lntereit- of John O Sslley Post of Homestead -
(Continued on Page Four I II was elected Id,this' stale
business career and pledged himself loyalty and admiration they have rate loan* to small buainesseayup post
to "free the office from pol- given Franklin Delano Rooseveltby I to $100.000, and also introduced a at district conference held In I S

itics" if Jie was elected. Willis the rank and unwarranted Interference THE WEATHER : II I companion bill providing for the I Delrsy Beach' Sunday, which he I

stressed the need for honesty and I of bU son, James, in I Mes-w esuww wa-" .t al4 sa.....ek.lea1a.M ,establishment of regional industrial and George Crawshaw commAnder
ability in the purchasing department the coming Democratic primaries. -..... rM.Na banks, with private and fed ot the beat post, itteaded

and said he had the "nerveto I Many of u* are beglnnirig to Data I ..... I .... I *..!. 1 I eral Investment to furnish capital The purpose tit the presentation '
say "no regardless! of political i think out loud that while we voted 1 April 22 I IS I 116 30.09! land credit facilities for small bull of the American Legion modal I

pleasure. for Franklin Roosevelt, and would April 23 .,_ 89 ; 60 420 m.April I nesses over the country award is to encourage In the members I

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the strength of his record. Since for James Roosevelt, and It* April 25 B4 I 60 30.111 law one providing for Reconstruction -I high schools: the qualities uliKh
assuming the office he has saved 'feeling; In uncertain terms thai April 29 1 82 I Si 30.141' I Finance Corporation Insurance the Lean
UM county $340,000 by his system we prefer the influence of Slstle April 27 84 i 61 30 171 I of such loans and the companion own idcjlsI .

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Page Two THE LEADEIt ENTERPRISE Friday, April 29, 1


I l TELLS 1I0\V ADS Dr. Garris Is Speaker at Father-Son Say Dade State Needs WomanIn National"and I will Park have," Mrs Congress Wataoq

i//v HELPED DEFEAT J Banquet Given by Redland F. F. A.I Legislature of d this to aid land Florida with In u.the S.

Mr*. John W. Watson. candidate
-- I Homestead will benefit from
I a- E. W. Garris, head of the lit was a demonstration ehaptet*'for the state legislature In Group el to thai new national pars
SUMMER I SLUMP 8, lays that If elected she will
teaeher-trmining department of the meeting; held In th* Future Firmer work for legislation recommended the state will benefit from th
I University of Florida, wag the I meeting room of the vocational' on the augumented gasoline
\ :main at the annual fath- by the Parent-Teacher associations Hues caused by this
I ;| speaker agriculture building of Redlaftd
John L. Morris. managing *ecrtUrjr .
er-and-son banquet given by the High School Three candidate tourist travel.
of the Miami Chamber of I I "I was formerly a teacher andI ?
!
'Redland Future Farmer Thursday for the honorary Future Farmer
Commew, was the principal am intensely Interested in child
night of last week. His subject Principal Carl Wagner, Juniors Will
speaker at skin of Holland District Lions : waiPutting Ute) Ftnfehlng i' Harry Reely and Hollister Saie'j needed the house of representatives Their Class Play .1\I1I 6
Touch (or Right Arm") on Education were Initiated.
on'Tue.da
Club ) evening His ." from a county so large as
I At the banquet hall following
talk dealt .largely with Miimi'i Dade. I will work vigilantly to Th junior play, "Orol
The banquet was held in the adjournment of the meeting, the
effort to overcome the summer I I prevent the return of slot machines Pains," will be given May 6 lif lilt
annex of the Silver Palm Com- invocation was given by the RevThomas .
1 seasonal business slump' and Church and will be vigorously active Neva Xing Cooper suditorfusl.
munity but preceding i Norton. Elmer Hampton i
the gradual success of this movement in fighting other evil measures The cast Includes Billy Qait
i welcomed the fathers and other
.
Noah Peterson, .
Betty Richer*
,
guests on behalf of the chapter,
Through direct advertising, Invitations U. S. EXEMPTION and G C. Wood gave the response Mrs Watson, call attention to Jack Catlln, Clarabelle Stuart
to national convention a I tor the fathers Don Lair was the fact that she If an owner of John Walton Madge Thom .
and Inducement offered to new toastmaster property in the south end of the Lucille West William McMichat(

industries Florida In general and OF HOMESTEADS I : Warren Wood and Cecil Parker county. She says she will work Barbara Done" Ruth Frederick:
;, a Dade County in particular are made talk about,their supervised for stat aid In marketing farm Marcia Gauzens, Barbara Burk;
} j steadily creating new payroll and ROGERS' PLANK I practice programs and Willis Bax- surpluses at no cost to the farm Louise Harris" Rex Faust, How,<

T ) producing new sources of year II I Icy told oJ Some Accomplishments er. Lamb, Billy Radford and Eda
round revenue Mr. Morris laid, -- J JI of OuHtChapter." Walter The state is prohibited by its Booth. Harvey Rue is actlngffestage ,
.. :
i Th e spec k er po l n tad VY."t that continuing- nil speech through Thompson aiuT'Alvln Prothero''constitution from raising money manager .
; a steady and growing Influx of I a heavy shower which drove many I played several harmonica selections by bond sale to purchase the

\ tourist. trade during the summer I,of hla hearers to shelter, Dwight I I'necessary ac/eage for Everglades: WANT ADS PAflg

: and the establishment of several L. Rodgers, candidate for congress Dr. Garris presented Warren I
new Industrial concerns within the I In American Legion Park I Wood and Alvin Prothero with
.. put year had already proved the!!I Saturday night outlined the platform prizes that they had recently won. VOTE FOR I
worth 'of the policies which the I I upon which he seeks to be' Warren received $10 for winning 1
{ Miami chamber had Initiated !'elected He preceded speakersat I[second. place In the Master Future
Redland District Lions were invited the official political rally arranged Farmers Contest in District VI. ,

} by George Hunt, president I by the county Democratic Warren and Alvin each received Chas. G. Turnerfor
'.. i of the new Coral Cables Lions committee $1 for essay entered in a contest I ,
Club| to attend a gala celebrationat I Complete not partial, exemption entitled "Roadside Beautifiigtlon!! ,"I:
the Cables Country Club on I; of homes from taxation was sponsored by the Woman's Club I
May, 4, when Willard Conklin,I the kenote of his address As of the Redlands I :
'. district governor. will present the author of the homestead exemp- Short talks were made by Harley
charter A large delegation from I tion amendment which is nowa R Core Mr. Wagner, Mr Reel I : '

.i this area la planning to attend the state statute, Mr. Rodgers asked Mr. Sage and Mr. NortonJ. :
I ceremony. I that he be aent to Washingtonto t! n
Mrs William MuMelwhlte, finish the task he had initiated Roy Vaughn to Speak I "" '"\ '
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'/ Homestead soprano, featured the Under federal law, he said, homesare At Church of Christ
entertainment program with several not yet exempt from taxes to Board of Public
song selection, accompanied cover bonded Indebtedness, which J. Roy Vaughn of Miami will I 1_ i r:
; by Dr. Carl f. Robinson and Dr.1 U heavy In many localities preach at the Church of Christ at .
H. S. Wolf Citing ai an example the situation 3pm. Sunday afternoon The l'

in Homesteadwhere only public Is Invited. :, InstructIonDistrict'
Silver Palm LeagueWill two Otis operating cost out of a w I

Serve Spaghetti Supper 37-mills levy is subject to tax lane highway between Jacksonvilleand
exemption and 35 nulls for debt Key West, said he would work

1 The Silver Palm Epworth; League service b not exempt, Rogers de- for proper tariff protection for
tlarad thnl-he .woulAJatroduct Florida field-and "
groveproduce
Win serve tpaghettl supperin 'No.l'Your '
< the church annex Monday evening and fight for a constitutional and pledged himself to support I
amendmenR that would Return to .
I' I legislation to provide more adequate
from 6 till 9:30 to raise money
for the benevolences of the church. the itftMtfrh* right to relieve I old age pensions than elderly
A musical program which will hometadt*rom. all forms of taxation persons were now recelving.LET'S .
W1*
begin at 7 o'clock will consist of ,
As a member of the state legislature
accordion and saxophone numbers
by J:. J. Graham and Clement from Broward County now i ELECT
Russell and vocal number" by J. serving his fourth term Rogers" I
said he had sponsored the workmen Dwight L. Rogers
Q. Caldwtll. Everyone is urgedto
com. '. compensation act, old age Vote and Support Will B

pension measures, fret schoolbooks ,
I
and other acts of that body Greatly
Princeton League Will Appreciated
) that had benefited the state all I
Serve Dinner TomorrowThe large
,
He advocated building! four I'..M polfltc.l ..4..n..11I )
Young Peoples League of -
.
the Princeton -
Methodist Church
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will give a fish fry at the Watkins REELECTThe i b

; Cafe In Princeton from 11 *. m. I
i Man Who Has PROVEDIlia
till I p. m..Saturday. The menu
reader fish,'vegetables, devils food Worth To Dad County
{ cake and drink

\ The league has for the past three George E. Holt
years paid Its church benevolence J
#l' fund In full by the middle ofMay
and it Is desirous of showIng -
Its appreciation of the pastor wa I
by keeping up this gotlY!"*ecord. I

All ire assured of a cordial welcome E ,
at the fish fry
,

VOTE FOR < To Congress Redland .Brand'

) A. PAT CANNON BECAUSE he will fight I* .

j Townsend Candidate farConsms lake the bend taxes ell our I
I homes.
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ea'
( I Ir BECAUSE'he will fight to Will Fertilizers
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VOTE FOR the Reciprocal Treaty with
:' P. STUART GILLIS Cuba and save the vegetable
market for our farmer
CANDIDATE I

} ;. For BECAUSE will tight &e kill For Citrus,. Avocados and Limes;
the iiigar quota and five FlorIda
:
JUSTICESUPREME labor empUrtneBt.

or BECAUSE h* Is an experienced Fertilizers for Dade County Groves;!

: legislator, having served
I year at TeUab_.
COURT where h. flu been the friend Made by Home Concern'Florida '
It Croup Candidate For Re-election As I .f the public schools the a

STATEREVIRESENTATIVE home-owner, .UK farmer, theworking
000Y _.. the aced and
Infirm and will Continue t*
IV GROUP NO. 1 fight for them la WuhJucUa.

SKINNY GIRLS!I."II I. STOJJECT: TO Tile DEMOCRATIC A vote for Rogers is a East Coast Fertilizer Co.

saw vitality.n.a fay a6ddis: ::: ., owls"' VtumlB.of* PRIMARIES OF MAY vote for humanity and FRANK .

Lb.if It d wk la:sea i takent Yip sl maysad (This political advertisement do m e I t I prosperity FERTILIZERHOMESTEAD ,
how .king slab. sae gas MFRS. REDLAND BRAND
abed aaae.2.4 .. an .... saw ugly angles paid for by friends and believers (Paid political advertisementby

ewp':.saw. pig sitlaq waaar son want am gN Yee lawLt MvetrlN In good government) I friends of Dwight L. Rogers FLA. J;

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April 29, 1938 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE )-*" Tr -_ i

'I darkies to release Walker, aMrtI business method*. oi ht. The work it tinder the vprWM -I SINGING CONVENTION! WILL
GROWERSLOSE7-8! more serious oortaeouenor. matned solvent and diesl.i I. of Wrt, tielw .".. Pitt Wypfvl I MElT IN: faiT Ut JDEHDtLKThe
I I I edT of the luspectt who wet own' bii.lneM W for Dade County and *t'la ,

IN I GAME PLAYEDA Jailed In the the general roundup years of the depression He has i financed by government, state D de County Singing Con
I by the police department which never been defeated for public I and county fund 1 vention and the Palm Beach.County
I 1 followed the Incident were arrested office. i The class will meet Thursday Singing Convention will meet
T MIAMI BEACH| In Miami the following day and He was born at Cairo, 0... De- !evenings at 7:SO o'clock In the i nut Sunday afternoon. May 1, '
jar' now serving time in the city cember, 1901 and came to Florida :clinic room of the school Father,, from 3 to 9 in Fort Lauderdale in
I JaillELECtlDSINESS with hla parent In 1014. lie mother, teacher and other who f the Naierme Church for a semimonthly -
Homestead High lost '-II In aj I! attended the local schools and are Interested are Invited to visitor I Sunday afternoon pro.
close baseball game with Miami worked after hours learning the to Join the class. There I II no, gram A bo will leave MlMftl
Beach High Wednesday afternoon drug store business. He started ,charge.Want. I from ITth avenue and 36th'street,
i played on the beach'diamond. I I hit own business In 1928: and operates -1- .. N W. at 1 odock: fOr the convenience -

Bishop outpltched the two MAN ADVOCATES frtoday j j Ads Pay-Try Them of local singers who wish
twirlers used by the Beach. He) )fro Moor served as mayor oftlif to make the trip
struck out 10 men compared to City ef rprt Laudcrdai iti
E. MOORE
LEWIS
six struck out by the Beach pitchers : M38-S7. when the city taw IU
Bishop also hit triple that greatest lain and development of
drove-In two runs for the Crow- I the past decade. He 1* a member I Will Appreciate Your Vote
Lewis E. Moore fort Lauderdale
en i|I of the Fort Lauderdale Rotary ,
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dAig store owner and operator and t
With two out and two men on Club II a Mason a Knights Templar
former mayor of that city was In for r
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an Elk, a Presbyterian
base Welnkle, Beach southpaw, Homestead last Saturday night and 11
came up to bat In the last of the brought his candidacy tot Congress member of the State: Pharmaceutical rt
seventh Inning and knocked In the Fourth CongressionalDistrict Association and a member of
I triple to left field and sewed the to the Redland- section.i the National Association of Retail Member of the School Board

I game up for his team. Incident.,I Mr. Moore Is stressing the fact Druggists
i ally, it was a duplication of a In his campaign that the district I
situation and occurrence that cost should send a business man to Child Psychology Class
Homestead the game played with Congress. Will Study Parents
the Beach here recently I I I He said, "I favor a tariff which

The Homestead team ha been will protect grower from foreign "Parents" will be the subject for
handicapped by excessive errors, vegetable grown with peon, next week meeting ol the child
but they are steadily decreasingas ,Oriental and. other cheap labor." psychology clan Which Dr. Nancy r
practice smooths out the rough In a ..folder his worker have Meek Hain of Miami organized in
places in the team-work I,I distributed in Homestead he states: the Neva King Cooper School lastGeneral
The score of Wednesday's game: "I .strongly In favor of helpIng -
the underprivileged and protecting -
HOMESTEADAB: a H
PO A I
Rich (Ja.-, Ik 'I I S I I :them from exploitation. I
I.hll.. M 4 | a I am against regimentation and I
t a aRand.
H Bilbo. *. U 'I *
<:0*-. e 4 1. I I believe In states rights
Ru, Ik 4 I I I 5 "I urge the citizens of this i d:strlct P
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Sullivan. rl a I ,to'consider very carefully a
DM Ik I .1. certain change In political thinkIng I E w
I-.rt
.111'.1. jthat: ha been going on In this
ii' i. / .., country recent years which contains -

MIAMI IRlnmlnkn.i a Ir great danger to our,ordinary
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1 citizens And our so-called 'forgot-
CddbrtPmnr II 4 1' I I" 1w' .
Sk 4 "i/ .e 11 4ia.ide1 ..ten men', .merchant and *he rank -
,and file=of our district and of oat ..
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55.14 Abel,, Ito Ib : : : : ::1 nation."The founders of our constitution j'
I Wlldl..... a e I
_... Ir 1 1 1 1 were men of great wisdom.
9 W.lnkl.. p a I Ii They Inserted In the constitution Nell. K. WalkerI

'i M I I 14 ii-i certain safeguards for the right
of Individual property. It lies become Public Utilities
seero by Innlnn I
Miami .b .. .. tot eta 1-1 fashionable in a very considerable -
HIM" 100 Sao .-, section of this country ilemestead Phone US-M Palo .. llk*) ....n.nl)
and In other countries to denounce
IYpn-Resident Negroes '
\ Individual property, to denouncethe
I In Jail for Threats safeguards letup for Individual

r property right and any considerable I i
The maximum penalty of power in the administration
i drunk and disorderly charge was of property accorded, to. Up qwnerIs
i meted out by Mayor Tom Harris a danger to body politics a a Jb irlifl TilljRyp ;.
t Ir municipal court Monday night, "Our ancestors who drafted the! 1
when Henry Pickett Charles Mar- Constitution did not insert those
I tin and Arthur Mungln, itinerant safeguards just because they lov-
i negro laborer, each drew sentences ed property or because they had I
I. of $20 fine and 20 days in property some of them didn't II I
Jail The jail sentences were have any.
i. doubled when the fines were not "They Inserted those safeguards It I
forthcoming because they knew that a considerable II
i Seven suspects were arrestedand measure of Individual property -' i
four dismissed when the three right and a considerable t qMLEf
negroes were identified ringleaders measure of freedom In the use and
"
,I In a threatened assault upon employment of It ore absolutely I f R1IGKS
Russell Walker of Homestead essential to the maintenance of ,
in the negro section last Friday afternoon Individual liberty. I
According to testimony!, "We are forgetting about the
one of the drunken negroes, tryingto connection between liberty and ,I
ape a traffic officer, profanely property, We shouldnt, because
i ordered Mrs Herman Marks returning it Is plain for all to see that where' AT A COST OF LESS THAN
: from taking her laundress the right of individuals have been I'

home, to speed up when she was substitution t diminishedby I 1/3-CENT PER TON-MILE stock
driving slowly to avoid an accident the of either Fascist ,

Ii I or Communist systems, there! mode! 11/-ton Chevrolet truck travels
i Mr. Walker, who happened to be U ample evidence that with the

", following, heard the remark, Jumped destruction of the rights of property 10,102.4 miles carrying 4590-lb. load. SANCnON... SMS
from his truck and went to investigate goes the destruction of
: the trouble. He was ,dividual liberty The two THESE AMAZINGratroRMANOFAcn.
In-I TESTS are see rigidly supervised" IUD
seized by the two negroes and hang together NO.... farting than lou conducted
; held while a third threatened him' Mr. Moore. the youngest ender the supervision" of the Contest Board ...
r f with a drawn knife. The interference date to enter the race for Con-I at the Americas Automobile AI. ue.AUlauliII..ooIOlIl1..I..rPt.
: of Autrle Taylor, Home- greis has long been a ,......._ aatAaa.li

I: itead, negro who forced the two political economy and American|!i "r/a<*>- rti '"l aDd eonrlndnf. P.Wo( hand@... . ......
the Performance qualities and euUmuvtaf
gnat ftofomj U OwTfokl track*! brush!! ... .. ....

I' Modrmin' your track equipment as q.q.e ... .was**
RE-ELECT. S off with Chevrolet tract
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law suutcwnce np- -.mA with mgpd Wlw to t elsM
dunftlt Chevrolet MMirartiM that sa.sw..Noose
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I the house along> with Jim F ari

THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE I I f LOR1DAr 44 /Vsr srleW l / the and president.And others who. have never failed I II '


bee 1515.551-h1nak.s rw I now he hat put hit father

NUN A.riMkUKJOBll) Wltae Ire In the unspeakable light of insrsth 7' '.:
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AlClltB d .!!. ,
UACM \' tude to Mark Wilcox,
whom 'the'
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I..... M 550404 else 55551 -5n.rin. ,,. '\0 ". ._f 1 ..,.:t','IIIt, "l''I ." .." mere rubber stamp for F D. Il' '\
BMM4M4....* .. '*.". M.. *......seat tile..,see... WSUfrtl at.lade t.-"J"I\>.:,.....,'.,' ",- .".1,1'I'( "\4.. ... 1... ..'.10:.'i. : ....oIItIL..t: -. .;J1I"N1wfw' ''' ..'.' M In the last congressional election, ,o"

.. 1ST*. ." .. ...... __, '?:4 ... '.'-";"' 1. "" :..\o, "' '' 1 But let the Liberty Leaguers take ,.

11.111I1"16" rate*. 01.55 A IRAN ,, ..::;.r......"....t.;.;..'..:'._. "..".t?"'/,"""",' .,r.r.. --...'.., .," ................,"" ..;1.\" ...,..._.." ... .jt4 ):"' '; .. :1.ti ':Jt.PENSAWL:1 no are comfort about to from tend the Mark fact Wilson that w tor* ''*L-'t

.&..' the senate. Those of us who yield V '
Music} Week In HomesteadThe to none in our loyalty to franklin ''

Roosevelt are tending Mark back < '
week beginning Sunda up there because w* know that
will/ibe celebrated throughout the the President needs real statesmen :

United States if the fifteenth national to surround him a* he hat never'' "
music week and the attention needed them before. Statesmen'

of everyone will be directed N who will not give him blind toyI *

to the 138 music week slogan, I alty when h* hat been poorly ad..i
"Fostering Local Muilc Talent" JAY /W
r viand but statesmen who an con
AtUhe head of all this activity / /
Patent In their political philosophy, ,
U the honorary music week committee
and In their democracy, _'\
headed by President Roosevelt -
Limited forbid list/
pace the
which includes the governor PCecNS'
I '
ing of the long record of support :
of state and territory In
every NEAQ PENSACOL4 .
Mark Wilcox has given the Net
the Union. NSAC- L A ASTAAoEAREOg
Deal Recently his craftsmanship 1.
to celebrate national music -
Plan
y A /N898 in drafting the TVA bill has '
week art well under In
way ."
Homestead. All the church of {, been upheld by the Supreme
Court Outstanding I 1. his 131
the city have been liked to pre-
agricultural amendment, giving .
musical and
pare Special program $1,000,000 to create new market
to sing hymn competed by Amer- .
for our fruit and vegetable, the
lean I Wilcox national air defense act;
The school of Homestead under
THE STJMA/6 the securing of more thn 20 milj j
the leadership of Mr. Margaret
II lion dollar for development of
Mill", music supervisor, art planning GLYPTODONT
waterway, for the Oversea Highsway
some form of musical pro-
LONG bridge, hurricane shelter I
EXTINCT. THAT I
rant for every day during music
and federal buildings In his district -
ONCE
week The Monday Music Club RANGED OMEN 'I

will sponsor a program In the FLO t >AfZ N .
school on Friday morning. There But his .o- .lIed "disloyalties" ,

will be band concert, assembly require very little pace He voted'aalnst .

sings, glee club program, musical rAK some future president'
films' and prominent speaker. being able to corrupt the Supreme
to let everyone know that music 1A II'II'oo Court. He voted against our having

Is In the air The public 1 I. Invit- $ ::1f to pay a minimum of approxi.mately
week to
common
ed in these program $20 per |
-:- ": 'I ,f., colored help, and Incidentally the"American '
:, ;" Federation I of Labor .
Musical
Quotations .
I I :I asked nun to vote against this

: ""Let tie have louslc Vying, and PORT PICKENS, a great federal fortl- during the war. For two days the bombard. vicious wage and hour bill. H*

J I seek no More delight.!"-Ktsts. fication, was begun In 1838 and completedin ment was so terrific that houses ten miles voted against the renewal with of Cuba.the ,

4 "Music has! charms alone for 1853. At the time the War Betweenthe away trembled and immense quantitiesof reciprocal trade treaty
And for these terrible sins, Democratic
(, peaceful minds,"-Pop*. States broke out, the federals evacuated fish were so stunned by the tremendous voters, we are asked to

"Wiier there I I. music there can all other Pensacola works and re- concussion that they floated to the surfaceof toss Into the ash can of public Ingratitude ,

be no"J\arl'Q., :' Don Quixote. treated to itbis secure stronghold upon the bay.Thousands. the greatest statesman

"Such lit the music Is, such are which thetuntted States flag flew durIng of years ago animal life in South Florida ha ever produced. :.'

the people of the commonwealth.. the inUre war. Here, in 1861, on Florida was extraordinarily rich and included II It Claude Pepper had the gut
-Turk. the sands surrounding this fort "Florida the FLORIDA GLYPTODONT or ton
:'tn back Mark Wilcox In his fight C
"Music washes away from the first gave the lives of her gallant sons totse-armadillo which greatly resembled the against renewing the Cuban treaty <1'i
," during a brilliant and daring attack. Later armadillos of today to whom they were
soul the dust of every day life we might have had the privilege .I,
Averbuch. the great guns of Fort Pickens opened a related. They however Were much larger I of making a profit on our avocado '
thunderous bombardment upon Fort McRae and incased in Immovable armor like the-
"Music I* the harmonious voice and vegetables lead of wonderIng -
of creation." Mauini.r and other Confederate works Inauguratingthe shell of a turtle. They were probably about whether we can survive economically
greatest artillery combat in the state seven feet in length.
until the Injustice of III
) "Music I I. a discipline, and a mistress _
of order and good manner ___...._.......__..__._.H... I I are coi'reeled. No doubt Claude

the makes the people milder and FROM OUR MAIL BOX adherent again find themselves I was too busy giving a lecture on s
in the midst of a sternuous Camstandard { futuristic art before some young
more moral and more I,
gentler
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u s th I ladles th
Pak Cannon at at time
reasonable." Luther. palgn w age n u seminary

"Show me the home wherein I II Looking Them Over granting Judicial favor to a form bearer. Although new in I If these three sins are counted
I music dwell and I shall show you: er law partner in West Palm the political field In the last contest treason by the administration' It
and contented Beach. How can Mr. Wilcox Justify Mr. Cannon drew extraordinary I Is indeed time for the people of t
a happy, peaceful
By John P. Neafsey
home Longfellow I I this attitude and condemn the administration support In spite of the II Florida to register the fact they
4 I It I Ia commonly understood or the Democratic strength of his seasoned opponent. at least know loyalty and statesmanship -
"Apart from music there t* no, throughout the entire country that Mark Wilcox.
\ senators who are loyal to the administration for what it means to them
1 true civilisationBrisbane.. I United State Senator Claude Pepper i i because they are in I I Every week, with only two or,(find the nation at Urge, and vote
"Mu"C U ""Well said to be the It one of the most brilliant outstanding with
sympathy the poor and three omission the local club ha|accordingly For once South FlorIda -
speech of Angel." Carlyle. Democratic senator In needy' met and contributed its share of. has an opportunity to get real

: 'All /Musical people seem to be the United State senate He has frank Gannett, owner of one of money and labor toward the com- representation in Washington Let

happy" Sidney Smltb. consistently favored the New Deal the largest chains of newspapers mon objective since the last elec I us lend the man up there who I*

"Mun1c la the medicine of the policies when he believed they ',, In the United State and viciously ;i not afraid to look u* in the eye
breaking heart." A. Hunt were for the public '004. His anti-New Deal, advocated the :tion.Only one meeting remain before *I 1 and tell lit exactly where he stands

, "Music has charm to tooth' u I argument against the antl-lynch- 'i: election of Wilcox recently at a the primary on May 3 and ion Issues that govern the entire

I savage beait." Congreave. Harrison ng bill a*of described by Ben. Pat :, Urge gathering one of the famous every friend of the movement 1 I future of the United States of ,
Mississippi was one osean-front: club of Miami should make It to attend. America man whose qualities
I,1<< a point !
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"Muulc I I. In all growing thin, of the greatest ever heard In the
I ILathrop. beach. I am sure that Mr. Gannett i During the short time remainingyour :: are those of honesty statesmanship
I State he defended
tailed senate when -
and his editors would really active presence and support proven ability and the welt '
"MuHlc I II the universal languageof I the tradition and nobility :,1 1latlon welcome: the nomination of Mr. I* greatly needed In order to::earned respect of every man In the .
mankind." Longfellow."The I of I the old Democratic' South in re- Wilcox because on May 4th all of cl'y.tallze! and unite community I U. S. Senate regardless of creedor
to state* tight I II ( I
that hath music In :
man no their newspaper coulcTcarr&blg support in favor of our candidate party.
himself nor I* not moved with I On the other hand let u* look athis headlines such a* this "Anti-New pledged. to promote our claims in'l'i Mark Wilcox may be Just a

concord of sweet sound I I. fit for I opponent The Hon. Mark !:Deal candidate nominated to the the congress.By Cracker boy from the country to

'- I treaaoni strstegems and spoil"-! Wilcox I we will admit ha tried!I Senate In Florida," "S mpede hat all means come and help. I II,Jimmie Roosevelt He may not be ,
1 Shakespeare. to bring about some good legislation ,started away from New Deal policies I T. D. Pche I able to wear spats and whisper

) "A musical. people I* a true reflection 1 but his weak point was that ''I I .," "A coalition government expected Homestead, Apr. 28, 1938. I Ii tweet nothings In a nice Harvard ,
* of its civUUation."-Brisl I h. was mostly out of step with the hi 1840, with tour and disloyal accent at afternoon tea parties,
bane. Imtnlstratlon. He voted for the I I'I Democrat aligning themselves -i i of the
:' What Price Loyalty? Jimmie, but in this neck ,
holding companies and against the
"Music five human emotions 'I with Landon and Hoover"No ,I 0_' woods we know him to bt fearless,
their highest, noblest, most perfect i death sentence In the utilities bilL I, friends, this will never hap I Continued From Page One) J able and 'al all lime a real hon- '
expression. He took time out recently In his pen. Senator Pepper will be and Russia upon the presidential] est-to-God Democrat You attend -
I campaign to fly back to Washington !;re-elected and It will be the democracy mind to that of his sophomoric son] to your business, Jimmle, andwe'll "
"Mutio I the fourth treat
material and oppose the administration of central and north Florida
,,' We are mourning deeply the attend (10 ours.Hoover's .
.. want of our nature,-first:tin, its re-organlzatlon bill: and, that will sweep him Into office. I death of CoL Louis McHenry Howe,I
food; then raiment then shelter,1 If I remember correctly, h* took)I hop South Dade County will\ fol- Who kept the presidential per-' Letter Worley

then niullc.-Bovtl. ,I:time out from hi* congressional low In line and give so fine a speetiv In proper focus, and who
.. "Music is the only one of all the duties to fly down to Miami to de,statesman a* Senator Pepper a knew that real conscientious loyalty extended to'the Special Agent

fine iw1,'* in wh1cb not only man, fend Mr. Adam of El Commodore \large vote In this district I i doe not consist of boot lickIng of the Federal Bureau Of Investigation -
but all other animals have a com Hotel a man whom the JOHN P. NCArSEY.
1 I govern-I\ and moving In the right lOIIall| In the course of
mon property mice and ..phanu.I ment was prosecuting for harboring Homestead April 28, 1938. :circle It has begun to dawn: their official duties In MiamiIt

spiders and birds."-Richter. i I Karpls! Mr. Wilcox also I on many of u* that line hat always been my opin-

I ___ ,' found time to go before congressional Townsend CandidateEditor Howe' death, and the Col'j ion that the most effecthv

\ What you can do or dream you committee and eloquently his ton James, to his place system 9f law enforcementthat
can begin It: defend Hatsted L. Rltter a former: Leader-Enterprise: other loyal secretaries those wheel; any community or itatr
Boldness has genius. power and federal judge In Miami. Judge Just a word to all who are Interested horses of devotion to the or for that matter the Nation y

magic In It Rltter. you will remember wa I' In good government Two ident McIntyre and Early, have could have would be local.
-goetb*. *impeached for misconduct in years have passed and Townsend become mere hired handy t (Continued on. Page Hv)


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April 29, 1938 THE

MAIL-BOX is most Important to u* In UM I mittewaan and oommittecwomaoI Drinking From Travelers' Palms t
farming Industry. 1 I(one oommlUmnan and one committeewoman -
Senator ftpptf interest ha to be ctMawn In oaoh
(Continued From Page Tour) been and II still with are aVlftllle,precinct): prtdnet 88, H. L. Goaa-
county state and Federal law man and the underprlvilegad, as :man; precinct 69, A. D. foremanand rn
enforcement agencies work- evidenced by the wage and hour Mr*. Curtis E. Lee; precinct \
ing shoulder to shoulder for bill, also by the Introduction of a :70 D. K. Burry, L. H. Oreer and tI
the common good Tour Internet bill assuring education of physically Mr*. E. C Elchenbergcr Mrs Eu-
In effective law enforce- handicapped children. I nice Oreer precinct 71. Mrs Annie ,
ment and your constant de- I believe a close study of Sen- M. Roberts; precinct 72, E. C
lire to co-operate In all problems ator Pepper's record for the short,Chronister and Mr*. Mattte I. I
of mutual interest hat time he ha served us will decide Bradley; precinct 73, William J.
been most gratifying Indeed tor you, as It ha for me that ''Sen- 'I Oeronlmo and Flora D. Myers. v, i f
and I did want to express my ator Pepper 1 Is still our man." i For Republican state executive: !
sincerest thank for the untiring committee J. S. G. Gallagher,
' efforts on the part of yourself ELECTION I Wesley E. Garrison and Mrs. {a u
and itaff. Josephine H. Brook
With expressions! of my I For Republican congressional
I (Continued From Page One) executive
highest esteem and regard, committee: Mrs Florence -
Sincertly yours, I Beach; J. Mark Wilcox West I I Dow Rant
J. EDGAR HOOVER. Palm Beach. Republicans Thomas I For Republican precinct committeeman *
There can be no doubt of Mr.I E. Swanson Fort Lauderdale; i and Committeewomen
Worley' Integrity and ability, and Allen E. Walker Winter Haven ,I (one tech): precinct 68, Harley R.
In South Dade will make For congress, fourth district: :I Core and William D. Sanford, precinct
voter
mistake In returning him for, Mr*. Bernice Bowery, West Palm 70, Henry Behrens; precinct
no May 8. Beach; Pat Cannon, Miami peter3. 71,' William A. Murphy and. EdithT.
another term. PEARL on WHITAKER. Cunningham, West Palm Beach.I Mu rphy.
1938. Henry H. Filer, Miami; Lewis E. ${' t ot'
28.
April
Homestead
Moore, Fort Lauderdale, Dwight PEDDLER FORFEITS BOND
U Rogers, Fort Lauderdale; Rob- I Ii wFERO
v "Pepper I, Our Man"Continued ert R. Williams, Miami. Republi- i Paul Kilcoyne ;ot Miami arrested -
I J. S. O Miami. '
Gallagher
cans:
From Page One) last Sunday by Officer William 1-
( I For state supreme court: Group
bill setting up an Independent one. Rivers Buford Tallahassee; I l Sykes for peddling Ice-crcnm

lending agency, partly owned D. Stuart Oillia Defuniak Springs. without license in the negro section -,. t
the public and the government I Truman G. Futch of Homestead failed ,
jointly by Group two: to ap-
DEACII, rI..4.-$., Indian In
tribal
free the South of I "" colorful garb. witAp.pns
will Leesburg; Elwyn Thomas Fort pear for trial In municipal court shows '
tee on arm tsarist haw TN""P. Pdm In McKee Jangle i
financial and business control by Pierce; J. Tom Watson Tampa Gardens at Vero Uteri tan I" tapped ...
Monday night and forfeited a ..allcl.h for drinking 'ar. This near.- .
will
It en-I !
New York bankers | Group three: Roy H. Chapman I far fanlike palm eae of sAe messy raa.ed trees. plants cad Itw.re
ablttC the South and every other I Tallahassee.; John Melvin Hearn,/ bond. Strict or section, to better finance Its own Live Oak. I been issued by Mayor Tom Harris stores water In its 110 foot ,""tM. rapped at the .... Saris branch
business and industrial expansion I- For railroad commissioner:I II to the local police department I Ito will spurt 0 stream of more then e mart of ....... This pirat "...1....
and keep the profit in the section I Group one Bruce Davis, Tallahassee arrest promptly all violators Its "..... /rates the fart that Ie refreshes the traveler .FM.., lie .st.e
where .uch, profits are earned. | ; W. E. (Buck) Hancock, Mad-j I Ior water fa available.
the license code.
city I
Many bank, railroads, Insurance il on; Eugene 8. Matthew, Incumbent '
and Other large corporation, Starke Croup two Jerry. I ta61sPontiac
In need Of 'long term, low Interest I W.. Carter) TallahasMCi Incumbent:
rate (honey havt enjoyed direct(Walter Kehoo, Miami; Wilbur C..
benefit of federal loans to save King, Zolfo Springs
them against financial disaster. For state attorney, eleventh circuit -
Senator Pepper proposes to extend I FhlUm I. Paine, Coral Cables;
the benefit of this to practically 0. A. Worley, Miami.
III businesses In Florida and the for state representative, group
nation. I bee, J. F. (Frits) Gordon and
Senator Pepper delayed openinjMs George Edward Holt, incumbentgroup
speaking campaign in order to I two, Holmes Allen, H. M.
speed Up the hearings on this bill "Jackson .John t. Llndaey, Incumbent -
I
before the senate banking and Currency ind Webster Wallace;

committee. I group three H. Ernest Overstnct. Rules the' Low Price Field \
Through such loans small bust Incumbent; Mr*. John W. Watson
nesses will be able to extend their 'IJ. 1C. Williams and W. W. (Bill
opertloni, modernize their plants Wood.
and enjoy other benefit and ad- rot judge of the court of crimes,
vantages.In I'Wayne Allen, incumbent, Tom
addition to his Interest In the Norfleet and Edward L. Semple.For i / Safety Shift

mall business man Senator Pepper county purchasing agent, I
wa responsible for reviving William! D. Joyce Incumbent; O. \ \
Section 1 of the housing bill, to A. Rollins and A. B. (Bill) Wal- / $10
provide for Insurance of loans up II*. / : I
to $t 0,000' for modernization and for County board of public Instruction : II
repair to buildings; reducing Interest District Ji Mrs. Nell K. i Extra
and Carrying! charges to anew l Walker, Incumbent, and Chas.
' low rate. He thereby helped .:I O. Turner, both of Homestead.For ,,
to stimulate building i repairs I Democratic state executive .
and modernization I and Increased :committeeman and committee j
employment In the building trade I:women: Benjamin Axleroad, JohnM. ,
He also took the lead to extend I Christiansen, David A. Frank?i ,
the general provision of the act, 'Norman C. Hendry, Stanley A.'
to Include farm houses. I Seymour Mrs. Norman Blakley?! COUPE $938
Senator Pepper has been recognized Mrs. William N. Hahhaber/, and I IMr'
a* the leader by organized T. V. Stevens I I
labor, that has endorsed him one For Democratic congressional) TUDOR SEDAN $968 / "
hundred per tint. He hal also i executive committeemen andCommltteewomem I i -
been recognized by the aid peopleof Dr. A J. Bertram
our tate and 'Jut received the Roy It Brooks, Ml Johnson,j FORDOR SEDAN $1019 I "
Townsend endorsement f. L. Morgan R H Wetmore, Ben i I
Our people should not bd confused lie F. Duvall, Elizabeth C Runyon I I /
by the- Wage and Hour Bill, and Mr*. T. T. Steven I I TUDOR TOURING SEDAN $991
a* It doe not affect labor In the For Democratic precinct com'IG&L'i

farm With Industry.reference to tariff, Sen- FORDOR TOURING SEDAN $1045 y
ator Pepper I I. In a position to be
of real service to the state inasmuch r t
as he Is the only representative DELIVERED IN HOMESTEAD '
from the state of Florida Who ,
has ever become a member of the ROOFING CO.
foreign! relation committee. This "
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Pare Six THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday April 29,193sQIIIIIIIIIIIIiiIIiIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiill -

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it''I ." ... . ... .... .1... ... ..' .. ... |I though there was no evidence of It. G. and L. Roofing: Co.
|She was supposed to keep it with
THE OX WOMAN her constantly possibly In the Extends Contest Date

toes of the great boots or the hem

i 20 Years Ago I .. . 1"', '1111.111711111W1,11 By. Vera, Parker! 1111.11.1.1111,' .. : of the heavy blue dress. As with Because there appeared lit ,
Midas, she fared III because of her some misunderstanding of the<
j This k lw seventh ....t *l -CUmi rattles of the old covered wagon gold, for when she returned to the: rules In the contest conducted by
(. ....... ., Mw KMI..4 DWrlrfkkk
> Ux the O. & L. Rooting
i Iillllllllllllilllllllilllllllllllllllllll(1111: / (/ I eu reward VT Uw M...te .f Ik* 'which needed oiling and from west coast after a number of yean I Company (0
..Il.k ___.t ., Uw SXI..4 Nigh ''the barking of the do,.. These ; retdcoce In Redland, the was obtain the best name lUffeMfot.
: ..... '......n. 11.._ ... ..... "'h_. TIM took are..iiklMud.." .< UMR 'dogs were her constant companions dered by a man who tried of the type of work representti
11 h... free ., ._.. <4I I. 4 Dbtrfct fr.ll r ll l mt to W-
J// Kat....... _II. II.... tile M>r. II. lilt, I.. p."...... "". .11, !I. the U.*r.lntarrrttt >, She carried a shotgun by her. .-*- mur-j by the cabinet on display In fly?.
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KM U writ.
craft the
1, .M..Shod wnk M IT. rUrMi..,.. with BMW_..* ... kr a .11I..., ...... infer U. wo-i her side In the wagon all the time. I So ends the brief shops contest has beefy,
.....tw.d.. Ux ...... W stir Kllmr FWM -.-. I I Wherever she went she took the Redland's Ox Woman who extended until June 1. '1i:
shotgun along. Suggested names are not to bv
the early history of the communitywith
Apr. 25, 1111.i No glimpse Into the history of made for the cabinet Itself but'
Redland Is complete without I Her appearance was quite at ec- vivid touches.REDLANI .
verbal -
_"Mri. O W. Kowl president o f picture of one of the most interesting centre aa she She Wit a good ------.....--.....""'..,..., ,rather they are to designate", th.,
the Planter Guild U arranging I personalities the district! six feet of erect bone and mu ) F. F. .' type; of work In the cabinet of
This her cle'// the wide range of usage of the'synthetic
delightful surprise In the shape of has ever had The story of the I gave a decidedly By Willis BuleJ
a tempting little upper for the Ox Woman la familiar to the early ; line air. _No_ one_ n _knew m_ _her___ ._"nu -- builtThe material of which Ita{i,
members of the W. O. W. lodge who pioneers, but few of the later residents age, but her grey hair indicated) :
meet In the Guild Hall Thursdayevening hive ever heard of her. I that she was over forty years old. At regular chapter meeting I winner will be awarded on< '
r. to pay tribute to one of With a characteristic lack of feminine Tuesday night we discussed plans of the cabinet which Is valued a|
their tint members leaving fpr The Ox Woman was a very I vanity her clothes were plain to participate In the District VI more than one hundred dolls

camp, ROM W. Lindner." mysterious and eccentric person and drab. Her dresses were long future Farmer tournament to be The model. may be Inspected on/: .
who came to Redland from the I and fashioned of heavy blue den held In Fort Lauderdale on May the first floor of the G. A Li'.,
l "Mrg. B. A. Tlbbeti if expected west coast Nothing was knownof 13 and 14. Flans were also discussed -
im. Hob-nails about three fourths, Roofing building at 7814 !t
home this week. She has been her past before; her exodus to I of an Inch long spiked the soles of for a diamond ball game Fourth court, and entry
visiting at her former home in our community because of her reticence her heavy shoes. to be played wltht Homestead Future may be obtained there. N'I

Milliard, Fla."J. ." ), reserve, and frank distrust i Aa a token of her esteem, she Farmers Wednesday evening

"- S. Horton of Thomatville of human nature. I visited her self-chosen friends. It Mr. Hollister Sage who U one Service Leagues to ,1

Ga., who has been packing this When the Ox Woman first came I was no uncommon thing to hear of our honorary members told "
winter in Homestead, received I to this part of the country, she1 of her driving up to someone's several folk stories that were enJoyed Deanery Meeting: Here ;

three days' notice to report In hit drove sin ox cart. Later the Seminole ; home to spend the night withoutan by everyone. Walter Thompson : ,
home town for duty among the Indiana stole these oxen from invitation. Disregarding the' and Alvin Frothero both played On Sunday May C, the Young'People's

boys who have been draftfd." : her, and she then purchased a cov- ;finer points of etiquette, she took several harmonica selections.We Service League of SVT
ere wagon and an old white mule :her trusty shotgun with her and also had other guests: Mrs. fohn's Episcopal Church will enertaln ..
-"A card hat
been received from that appeared to be half starved;II i slept with It under her bed. The I Sage, Mrs. H. B. Lee, and Mrs. at the Eastern Deanery,,
Fred Lowe ,
who It now In Fr.nce."I"Edith I all the time. In this waton. :I host and hostess also had the R. B. Hampton. meeting in Legion hall at 530: ,

Avery has been staying the carried four old lean dogs i ure of feeling the dogs and o'clock. The district from Fort

'! for Inches I few days with Mrs. John which were chained to the Inside.": who
for has been very sick I I One could hear her coming half) was rumored that she Movie at Homestead school to- sented at the meeting.
long time
a with
vheumatlim"Mrs. ." articular I I a mile because of the squeaks and 4 ed comparatvely great nlfht I,( .

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-- Marl King Saunders ,
was
Chevrolet Sales Show
taken to Miami on Saturday to'
undergo an operation." 'I I Unusual Increase Rate p tJr ] J.K.Williams

-" lev. C. O. Nelson has been appointed j .
pastor of the Fort Lauder-I Apr. 28 Chevrolet dealers ; t DAVE I
dale M. E. Church. Congratula-J;sold I3.I3D new cars and trucks in:p t

tlons all around."Howard ," I March according to an announce-, .
(''ment by Chevrolet Motor Division :
Schaff I SHOITZYOUR
of
formerly
officials at Detroit this week. j
Houston Tex, but
now occupy I This) was 57.2 per cent Increase: 4t
ing of the B. A. WaMin Candidate for
I one prop-t I I -
sales for
l the total February.
ertles, has placed the contract with)lover '
I
feature of the sales piled upi I II ALL'F'LORIDA
J. W. Singleton, contractor of
by Chevrolet dealers in March was
/ Miami, for a very handsome bungalow I I CANDIDATE1u1 LEGISLATUREY/
i that during the final ten-day per- I
coiling In the neighborhood t
Iod J7.608 new. cars land truck*
of 18,000 to $8,000 to be erected'on ', 1 Group 3
were told, whfch, constituted 78*
land purchased from !
recently :i I per cent of the "\Otal I for the first U.S.SENflTE
R. T. Sadler. 120 THE
I' day of theMflonth_indicating I
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"Mrs. Minnie Schlnnlc of Columbus a firmer market for neW unit as

Ohio, and Mri C 1,1: ''spring and sunshine arrived. r Florida Needs Dave Sholtz
Schaff whose husband Is presidentof The March used car sales of
(Paid politic) idMrtlMMM)
the M. T. and K. Railroad, |Chevrolet dealers totaled 130,788

Houston and mother of Howard according to the announcement,
Schaff, Is now visiting her son." II an Increase of 119 per cent over I I

"The I the February total of 118,915.Ii
commencement
rv
> the Farm Life School will ceefJ j I:i month This was that the Chevrolet 37th dealer consecutive sold I i r HERE'S WHAT I s

Friday evening, April 28, 1811, at
II, In of used and
excess 100,000 can,
T:30 o'clock. The program follows i I e
: salutatory, Lorena |gave, them a grand total of used
Hosac; class history Florence i'car 1,630,888.tales during the last 37 monthsof I I CALLA REAL"BUY" I

Hill; recitation Alma Schumacher;I
piano solo Willow Simmons; class
poem, Anna Harper; recitation, I I Says an Arctic missionary, "1 IN
f Charlotte Strickland; aolo Eugenia have been colder In Boston waitIng -
\ Whetstone; class prophesy for a trolley car than I ever

John Harper; class will. Keith was In Alaska."
4 Goldberg; Instrumental duet, Carl I But Bostonians warm up when RAZOR BLADES

and Alma'Schumacher, valedictory you know them.-Montreal Star

Claude Sparkman, oration
Melvin Hearn; presentation of diP-I!: Stern Parent (to applicant for F
]oma.. Dr. A. Lelght Monroe; i'<'daughter's' hand): "Young man PR

lin solo Prof. M. S. Karp; remarks, i can you support a family?" I

Supt..R E. Hall; chorus, 'Springtime' Young man (meekly): 'I only B14DES
f wanted Sarah!"- -Montreal Star I, 23YearsinDadeLawyer

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EUGENE S. MAtTHEWS I III
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War Veteran
. OF vrARM FLORIDA TO 4140,

1 f 'FLORIDA "RAItROAP COMMISSION ee r&e ti a Men everywhere sec ales ProtxkIT. Native Geor-

rs 1 .Blada-the world'a test
U.PERIEHCEO(4"411.1 -- HONEST e"O/h0 buy In .
shaving com fort. Why? Because >
gian
PR there famous, smooth-shaving
; Advertisement Paid Far By of [agent 8. Matthews blades give yon known quality ataa

- -- --- anuulnily low price. Product Democratthis
1 1 : of the world's lariat blade maker.

u N e y r they remove tough, wiry vMsIm
THE
WORLD'S
D NEWS
Per tin without pull or Irritation PrlMdat man will appr'date
will come to your home rwry day through PER only \0i for a package of 4doubl

THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR p RQ ..edfs blades Probek your vote and
Jr. la today's eutaeeed-
h ., :''spaper "urBd Ing value.
n tell rw UM espies IIMI. lx seesaw support"Headquarters
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April 29. 1938 THE LEADBR. ENTERPRISE
." . ._ .. -- Pace Seven

RALLYContinued or faction, he said, he would cooperate the alleged policy of the admlnfcj-. CEMETERY GROUP TO MEET' M. Bradley secretary and treavui :

r fully with other member tration in appointing negroes I I er of the association All member

: of the school board If he was elect minor political offioes, and toM I 'I.
( Front;: Page One) A meeting of the Palm are asked to attend she says.

Al open bidding on supplies Phil ed.Prior he would tight for a- constitution I Cemetery Auooelatton will be I I
to the official committee amendment that would allow only
held In the Chamber of Corn-
itther economies he claimed. His1aonduct 1tE
i ; program, Dwight L. Roger, candidate white to
person publicpositions.
of the office had earned occupy mere building on Thursday, ::rT
to succeed Mark Wilcox a* Ma'i
S. ate .
the support of the county commissioners I Poft. announce Mr*
fourth district congressman, madea
he Hid, and he asked H. referred specifically to the .
30-minute address which I is I
reported
employment of resident
lor a chance to expand his savings a negro
in more detail in another I manager on the PWA Liberty City

,program. column. Mr Bessie 'F Duvall, project In Miami and to a similar VOTE FOR
GrouP :2 candldatee desirous of
candidate for
I appointment in Jacksonville, and
Supplanting John J. LIndsey in conll'Hllonalenell-1
: tive I said he had sent a strong telegram
..
the state legislature included
brie. .
.Y.Miami :of protest to PWA Administrator Lewis E. MooreFor
Holmes I Allen, H. M Jackson and eke* In Washington
Webster Wallace. Llndsey am
University Opens
wered attack upon hli legislative
record by nil opponents, and pointed -: Summer School on June 8 Gillis Seeks to Correct Congress

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to the teamwork by which he Supreme Court Wrongs 'i:" --- -

and his fellow legislators from With the opening of Its eighth a'f

'Dade had secured the passage of annual ceslon, the University ot St Petersburg, Apr. 28 The

many measure of benefit to this Miami will inaugurate the standard people of Florida will take a vigorous

county. semester hour system of credit hand In electing supreme r
.' Allen said he would make It
now In use by the majority of
court Justice for the first time in
for the track to
mandatory race American colleges and universi

employ the legal 99 per cent of: ties. At the present time the nearly fifteen yean at the May

Dade County men If he were elected university I Ia being run on a three- primaries, and in reasserting their

.. "We have plenty of compe- term plan. rights will no doubt correct tome
tent available for these
men job
Dr. J. Rita announce that registration wrong In the opinion of SenatorD.
at homo without In outsiders
bringing -
," he aald. for the session will be con- Stuart Glllla, candidate for that
ducted on June 3 and 4, and that
Jackson, a Miami druggist, de- office.
regular classes will begin June 6
clared he would seek repeal of the and continue until July 29. All Completing I final tour of the A

one-halt of one per cent gross re- classes will meet In the university tale, GIUIi recalled here that ,
celpU tax, which 1* taking $23,000
building in Coral Gable Very
since 1924 vacancies on the bench
yearly from the merchant of i
few afternoon and Saturday
Friday no -
Homestead alone, he laid. He believed lad been filled by appointment
classes will be held. Eight
more Independent businessmen credit 1* the standard load for and that appointee had lucceed-I FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

and fewer lawyer would ed themselves without
any student In the summer session
mean a better balanced legislature caving the voter nw choice. Give Business a Voice. Send a Business Man to
Wallace, a Miami declared
attorney
whimsically that he thoughthe Finley Moore Talks HereIn Gillis, president of the state senate Congress

Is contesting the seat of Justice -
"was the least sorry of the can- Behalf of CandidacyFinley
didates In Group-,2,11: His pro Buford, who faces opposition Subject to Democratic Primary May 3rd
for the first time since his appoint-
gram Included the drafting of Moore of Lake City, can- (PaM oolltleal a4v.rlU.anBl)
ment to the bench.
law that would directly aid the didate for United State senator

agricultural interests of Dade spoke briefly to a small group of '

County whenever he was asked to bystander In American Legion

do so by any representative group Park Monday afternoon. This

of growers. was his second appearance in this
L'
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Geore' A. Wo ley, -state' at- city during the current campaign

torney, detailed, acme of the major Mr. Moore attacked vigorously

duties of his office' and asked his
Better
hearer for a vote of confidence Buy

to strengthen bit future work. He BJID) ( _

read a letter from 3. Edgar Hoover

In Which the chief of the federal

bureau of Investigation In Washington -

expressed ship I thank for

the "splendid co- peratlon" [i JUSTICE
"OF
which hit TNISUPREME
office had received from

Mr. Worley and his ttaff. Saying BUICK

.that he "did not believe In gaining ,

conviction for.. the take of makIng .:.,. Pw. COURT
a record, Worley said he

would continue to be a just 'prose 2Wwvf Primary 1938

cutor" and not a "persecutor" if 1.M..Nw taws r..n ,_ M .Mc..wr
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._of l.
re-elected.

Owl s 5an alleged difference ,

\ of opinion about campaign finances LEGAL NOTICES

between Judge Philip E. Paine CERTIFICATES '
NOTICE or BALE OF TAX
and the county committee Paine,

although present at the meeting, Natlr 4.AprlkatMO..kmkr elson Na. UTI that Stewart Coupe $1107

wa not allowed to take the plat- N. J.uarn, Spent of tha *wnrha .
form filed with MO written nquart thai
on behalf of his candidacy th. tax r*..."..... together with all aubMM >
for the state' attorney post art omltad. lerkd .._ lnalad" Tudor Sedan $1132
h'ld. .ka ad .
Mr Nell 1(. Walker Incumbent 'ho year br the stab .
...._ and add to th@ hlahoM bidder, for
and Charles G. Turner, her op- ,..h aa provided kr Chapter IMM. o( ha1M7
Ato .f UM ....Io.'u.., open the
ponent in the county school board '.11_.. doM ribrd real "lot. la tb. Co..
race, both spoke briefly. Mr*. IT of Dado BUM af Flartda. towHlLot Tudor Touring Sedan $1157
.
Walker outlined the growth of I Blk. M Tows of Hlafeah The
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toil to k. sold ar* tamed br orrtlflrato -
technical training in the schools, no .0.1.f IM* and rwoMtiU _*tfo
of Dade > the roam IMI to last troth /.. .. .*.
since
she had held office, .
aanuntlMl to HIM Fordor Sedan
and told of her keen Interest in Lot II Blk M Tw. of Hl.l-h ",.* .. $1173
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the u.. to b. old ar ..Hnc.. br arrtlfl..to
development of art music and .. No. Wl* of Ina..... ropnornto Maw
manual training in the school of for th* loom lost to less .both bioi....*.
her district I HMinUno1 M 120: .M.
: Bald U* owtifteaua tomrtk.r with all Fordor Touring Sedan $1198
Turner devoted a few minute aiibMiu.nl *liu4 or ...M" teas will I.
to his b* aold. to tha klajhart bidder at IK* CourtHOUM .
reviewing work
trusteeof
a* a
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In Miami oa the lath day of *HIMI > '
Redland school for two term, knlnnln at the kour-af Too .'....k I '
A. ".. or a* Mon ttaraaftor a. tba aaaw :
and his general qualification for .
Fully Equipped .
amp loa sassed In dam *oura* *
the office. Although he would Dated at Miami Florida. this lid ITtk

not be a man" for day '"t April. IMfc ** '
'el any group K. R. lrATHrnlAM: t n>
Clerk ot Circuit Court DELIVERED IN HOMESTEAD r
MOTHS Or BALK .IF TAJ CHTIPI Dad eo..... Florida .
.
TATE Clroalt. Caart seal ra .
'............. X.' MISNutlna a. 'HO. FENleO D. C. p rtv .
la hmbr alv.a that A. .B. Camp.o.u Published. Apr t*; Mar *0 II. IMSNotloa .
....,...
MI1 bas tiled with me r.
l that the tea wrtirhato bar thr NOTICE or BALE n. TAX 1 :
with all auli.imi.at oailltod ar Weird tarnInrlndlw CATER CEaTlrlo'' r. Better see us before you tradePreston
the year IMS hrld kr the But A..II..t" H. 5001 .
loa admrtboo1 and add to the khjlMat kidVr h hereby Inn that L. '
for ...10 .. pnwMrd kr Chapter IMMof Poe has. filed with nw ..pi". : .of
the ltT Atr of UM l. rlalatiu., wo thus tka.la* wrtlfkawa toavthM. wHhaubamOTnl all
the followln* dOTrrltad. real I .tato .to the aailtto4 ar knrM. Maw Inrludn -
County .f Dad. SUM ol FI_. to-wH: < the' mar I.... b>.M kr the State .W **
Lot 4 P.lk. I Avoeada Park The toiM.M Tirlhid a>4 add to the kkilMat. bidder '''
.k* told are *rlducd kr eonll....* a.h aa 'I
Na. Nat of lace and r*noMa lam IT ..t"t. : :
for the years IMS I* INI both lnelt.lr*, foil..wins aowTlkr. Pool "..... tolaunlr the
act sat less, ._.t''.* to IIS M .. DaoV Blab of Florida, towltIIM : B. Bird Motor Co.
Lot I But I Avocado Park. The taxes I Las' M 60 1I1k. \I Coal Gotha "....
.0 0* MM or nhhtaord kr Mrtlflrato N.. lee The t-as to be "M am art.dome" .
1- af list and ro>rrM M Maw lor The by aorufkaft "0. at seal .
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years IMS to Itll. both hMluatao aad and eeps.r.M laxas few the ln 1111 -\ '
JM7. ,.... aai. atl.. to SIM.11. to IM., kMk toaraitM, aatoaaUm to ,;;.
.old. tox aartUlaaUa. tontkor wltk oU 'III.'*' ,
asb.ageawa ..*.. will be said tax Certificates $mother with an Homestead Phone 18
add to th. kkjlMotMblddr attk* Court iu>m i.t omltud or ...... aces will
Mooai k> MkMil on act lots dig of ray k. Maw to UM khhiat. kbtttar al the Court I -
law kwloola* at tk. IMO af too .*...k taw la Miami M tk. ad day .. .... I I*
... It, or .. OMO wuraaftor aa UM aaaMk. I.*.. kMlnntoe atM ka of TM .'...... South Krome Avenue
WAY .be yeaehed in A. N.. r r aaw thereafter r the rat _
l Dated at Miami rtorWaTtka) tile nth Mal be Mashed in dace mama.
day af Apes ISM D.Id al Miami. Florida. chit tile lash I Idal .
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.., B. a. UEATBKUfAN. oC AN/4 I.... >-I III. "v From
Tar
m- Cfark ClmM Cow, ft. l ATHCTMAJI. Across AgengrA "
0.40 *poor. n.wn. bra of Cloak Coon.Do -/, .' .. '''. .
4Ckmk tams Shall I I .. C."Mr.Match.J
\ .. IWO.' ITXKO. rx ali Monk Coot"' ':'. ... .
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Page Eight THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, April 29, Iftt

ry HoU aM Joan Garrett,

The Redland RattlerBY )e cells by Mtfditd Jan In.CM Gertrude Elide


11 J The Churches I SHIRLEY-IIARKNESS .,- Don John Marjorie Mary Lair Borsjardt Thompson Campbell, Richard, Elmer Erm SUPPOI, j ;


elected mltted in the Gorges Memorial Prothero, und
BAPTIST CHURCH METHODIST EPISCOPAL One girl and one boy wen Alvin
from the ninth grade consideringthe contest |Thompson.
Homeitesd.The Rev C N. Florida City Community; Chunk following five points: wmfsg | Miss Rebecca Fisher Is
Walker, pastor Sunday school at -the) Rev. C. O Nelson, pastor leadership, honor, service, and The noire economics department the songs and Miss Elinor Pa y J
10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Church school at Id a. m.; preaching scholarship. The girl elected WM presents "Hang Out the !Sun! ," a ,the peaking parts Mist Ititj;j .J
and p. m.; B. y. P. U. at 7 at 7 JO p. m. Mldwoek prayers Mary Engel and the boy George fashion operetta,, Friday April 29,''garet Delaney the home eco :
p. m. Prayer services Wednesday and Bible study Wednesday at Kufeldt 1938 at 8 p. m. No admission. I omits teacher. 1.1'r!
all p. m.Oeulds. 730.: The cast Is composed of home

-The Kov. Noah Peterson Redland Community Church A medal was presented (to Mary economic girls! and Future Farm-!' Annual Pi- are complaint|
pastor Sunday school at 10a. the Rev. C. O. Nelson pastor. Eleanor: Williams In English class en Girls model dresses made along nicely-the only
m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and Church school at 10; preaching at early this week by Mix Payne for la home economics classes. we Have te make Is that they look
7.30: p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at 1.30: p. m. 11. Epworth League at .:3.1.. Mid having written the belt essay lub- The leading characters, are Lar- too much like us.
Prayer service at 7.30: p. m. Wed week prayers and Bible tt4dy
nesday. Thursday at 7.30.METHODIST .
II'ISCOPAt.SOVTII ,
CATHOLIC Chevrolet Establishes Unique Business School

Church .( the Sacred Heart- llemetlesd-the Rev. J. J Riche
S. E. Second avenue, Homestead; trds, pastor. Sunday school at 0:49
the Rev. James Cloonan, pastor. a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and I 8
Sunday mass at 9 a. m.: week: day p. m. Junior League at 2:30: p. m.;
mast at 7.43 dllll). Sunday school HI League at t:00 p. m, Senior
Sunday following B o'clock mass League at *:30 p. m., Weilev Fellowship
Communion for women the tint 6,30; evening service,
Sunday of month, for men and
7 30.
: Prayer meeting it 7 30 p
boys, the second Sunday of month. m. Wednesday
Holy hour Thursday before first
Friday of month at 7.4S: p. m. Mass ,
first Friday at 7:30: a, m. Benediction Silver\ Paint Community Charch X VA
of the Blessed Sacrament -the ReV. T. It Norton, pastor
alter mass.CIIIISTIA14. Sunday schtol every Sunday at 10a. at
m-; preaching services on first C t
,
SCIENCE!: CHURCH third and fifth Sundays at 11 a. 1 s Wes v4 i{ "

Florid CHr-Broad..y and m. and 8V.m.PrincetonThe.
Sixth street Sunday school at J
Rev. T. H. Norton
9:45: a. m. for pupils undo 20 yean pastor; preaching at 9:45 a. fFttn ha
of age; morning service at 11 m., followed by Sunday school
o'clock. Wednesday evening services -
which Include testimonialsof j METHODIST. FREE
healing and experiences and ...1 Florid City-The Rev. Thos. B.
mark en Christian Science, t p. Sheldon pastor Sunda! ) school
m. The public Is cordially invitedto 10 a. m.; preaching 11 a. m. and
attend. I p. m.; junior meeting 0.30: p. m.;
May 1 Lesson-sermon Young Peoples' meeting 713.:
topic: "Everlasting Pnnlsh- Prayer and class meeting 7.30
mrnL" Thursday,

FENlECOStALGoulds
CHURCH OF CURIS'flIote.4Flnt
-Sunday School it 9:43;
avenue and preaching at); 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m.
N. W. Fifth St. Bible study at 10 1"o '
a
HOMESTEAD PRESBYTERIAN .
a. m.; communion, fellowship and Rf "
preaching at 11 a. m.; preaching at Homestead-ILrome avenue at 11
1:00: p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday N. Iltlt'trHIt the Rev:: E. L. Nelson .
at 7.00: p. m. "minister. Bible school at Wffllass X. Holler gassed MUM manner of Chevrolet, has estaMMwd a School of Modern MercbaadMi* ...,
10 a: m: preaching at 11 a. m. If MUOTint far the sons of Chevrolet dealer which Isjprobably the lint time that a tarp eooeern has 1IIId___ !
CHURCH OF GOD Young peoples' meeting at 7 p. m. the ark III eeechimc a second. J8'1fttJoa die b .*tae nMry.Ia"9ioIt1D&' the Otmnl Motors Research dtfMrtmn UDder he ptnoMl I\IldaDcufCJlaltat I
Homestead-<0< N. W. First BPIRITOAUST mtPUC OF V.luaewayi v1mp.r"ldo.et.f1!oamrd.".otarI"charge 0I.-b,and.. seer at the ilsartaa _
avenue; the Rev. and Mrs. E. F. TRUTH I.
Brown, pastors. Sunday school at Homestead-branch or Miami
9:49 a. m.( preaching at 11 a. m. Spiritualist Temple of Truth In
I and 1:45: p. m.; junior Y. P. at 7.; Woman's Club, 410 N. W. Eighth .
\ children1 meeting at 7 in parsonage avenue. Men's Bible class and ,
Prayer meeting, 7:43 p. m.Wednesday yiung tre.pe's lyceum at 7:1J: p. GREATEST SHAVING VALUE
,I m.; healirg, Dr. J. Carl Hobwn
I at 7:43: : ; lecture and message at )
CHURCH or TUB NAZARENE Ii
i T3t: '
., HomesteadThe Re*. W. J.,.
\ Parker, pastor. Sunday school at 4-H Club Youth Wins A DIME EVER BOUGHT !

\ 143: : a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m Trip fa National Capital!
and 7.30 p. m; N. Y. P. S. and
I Juniors meeting at 6:30 p. m.1
John Campbell, student of Alla-
S : Prayer meeting Wednesday vvenIng -
,
pattah school In Miami* has won
7:39 p. W,
p the distinction! of betas the first
t I Princeton the Rev. C. A. Con- boy from Dade County to earn a
f" don, pastor. Sunday school at 1 >:45; free trip to Washington for hit
I preaching at 10:45: a. m. and 7:30p. work as a member .f the 4-H club.
t m.Junior meeting at <:30; young According to Chide H. Stetfanl,
people's meeting at I:30. Prayer county agent only two youths from
meeting Wednesday at ':30 p. m. each tate are awarded this honor
yearly Campbell earned his
EPISCOPAL
I award by exceptional work on
f Si Jeha's-S. E.: Second avenue: small farm plots and poultry
t and Fourth street Homestead; breeding, Mr. Steffanl tald. I
: Thos. U. Melrose priest In charge.I ,

May I S .. Philip and F
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James 7.M. Holy Eucharist
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I -
l:3" Chorea school; 11 Holy i SEND $1.r .: ::
Eucharist: ':31, Yeast Peat I Qso t
m0
t plel Service League.EVANGELICAL THEATLANTIC t % IV l

it CHURCHSt. I
"..Redland; the Rev.' MONTHLY
Norman C. Zulauf, minister. Services Ai ie. 0 You'll get more shaving satisfaction for your money ,1 i

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i morning. He I II reported to be ami, were Sunday guests at the I
critically 111. home ef Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Brooks.II

In and Ground I Mn. Cfflyn Carroll and loiN! I Mra. Lucy- Hole who spent the i I lleeeeetead P.-T. A. Show Tonight 1

Minnie Lutz will leave Monday winter with her son-in-law and ,
for their home In Detroit. They daughter Mr. and Mn W. H. RIO GRANDE ROMANCE"
will be accompanied by Mrs. S. S. Sheffield, left Monday for her
Homestead Shields who will visit friends and summer home In Danville IlL a. "talkie1' Ward .. Pest B. E/a

relatives in Detroit and In Toronto
MnV: .H. "G-Mace"
Mr. and J. Booker and story
.
Canada, during the summer '
I family( left Monday for Georgia. sips.
The Rev. W. i. Bates district They occupied the Horace Potter I
Joseph Crossland of Bennetts- winter In Homestead left for their elder, will preach at the Free cottage on North Broadway this Moilo Hath Chareas"I

vine S. C., a medical student who I home In Wantagh. L. I., Saturday.' Methodist Church May I at 7.JOO. winter.
came to Homestead In January to m. awl 1M 5. aa.AetOta. .
Mr. and Mrs Louis LugU and I
convalesce from an operation left I John Kuhn who has been slowly lie
daughter left Monday for their lie Caildrea
on
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Langhara
Sunday to finish his court at recovering sine his acute Illnessa
Charleston Medical College. WhileIn i I month ago la now able to be up and family of Mecca Fla., visited home In Boston after having spent I
this put Week It the home of Mrs. the winter here -
Homestead he stayed at the i most of the time.
Home of Mrs. Arvilla Booth where Langham's parents, Mr. and Mn. Mr. and Mrs.:W.:-3. Brooks and MUB.r.BTEBBINS.
Ibis couiln, M.... Margaret May- The Rev. C. N. Walker, theRev. J. S. Caves. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brooks spent i

Bard, physical education teacher, Lloyd L. King, Miss Carol three day In Key West last week. I
Mrs. W. J. Brooks several
spent OfMaMlrM
I Registered
reiides.Billy. Walker and Lester Archer went -
I I I to Key West Saturday and returned days last week visiting her daughter Mrs. Anna Door and Walter' 11 TEARS'
Arthur returned Sunday the same day. Mrs. Roxle Newcomer In freed left Monday for a short visit j Practice Is) BasomtMUl

from Bullts School In Silver Miami. ____ lit Eau Oallle before leaving for Rooms I and T
Md he has been their homes In New Jersey. McCrory Arcade
Springs where
Jos. N. Gay Immigration officer C.
8. Phillips of Pahokee spent
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Wise and Yon
preparing for entrance emamlnatlom has been transferred to Mariana. the week-end with his family h..... Hours!
left for Llncolton N. C
to the national naval academy Monday Thursday 7:30: to 10 p. m.
at Annapolis.Mr. Mrs. S. E. Carpenter Is ill at her Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dixon and MAIN OFFICES
Mn. W. of
Mr. and E.
home on Silver Palm drive. Mr. and Mn. Walton Dixon left Severy ISM W Fla...,. Miami, FU.
Miami and their daughter, Joan,
and Mrs. J. A. Rehwlnkel for Palmetto.W. Phones 1.IU5-I.'II.
recently:
L. C. McGlnnis left Tuesday were Sunday guests at the home
will move tomorrow to the Drew morning for Cherryville, N. C., I of Mr. and Mn. W. W. Severy. Dr. L. W. Slebbbis, Associate
house on N. E. Eleventh street. M. Symes of Miami who
where he will spend the summer
r I formerly resided here visited See "Rio Grande Romance," P.>
with his mother Mrs. L. A. T. Mc-
Miss Elizabeth Skill and two of friends In Florida City Friday.
I
,Glnnls. He expects to return i T. A. movie, al school tonlcht.
her schoolmates who spent the I to Homestead the latter part of Fred Parlln-accompanied;;; ; by his
Easter holldys here with Miss
August cousins left on Wednesday for
Skill's parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank VOTE SOLIDLYfor
his home In West Charleston Vtl
Skill returned last week to the Mrs. Eva CoTlmTwIll. go with

University of Maryland. Mrs.I friends to Gainesville I week from Mrs. Maud Wooten and daughter -

Skill accompanied them to Washington tomorrow to spend a week-end Mill Ruth, and Fred Chapman Woman Candidate R Jow
wherahe will visit her I with her son, Tom a student at left Tuesday for Roanoke. Va.' I
sister, Mrs. J. T. White, till schoolIs the University of Florida. Fred will visit there for a few,
out. Mrs. Skill will visit also days before returning to Florida !
tier son, Frank, Jr., who is In I Mr. and Mrs. Ben Archer attended City. I I IMn.
school it Vineland N" J. I the reception given for I R
Dale Carnegie at the Miami Battle-. I Hannah Grinnell moved to

L. J. Pace, Immigration officer, I Creek Sanitarium Sunday even- the Brown apartments in Homestead I

has been transferred to Maine, Ing.. Friday. I|
and he and Mrs. Pace and '
I Mrs. RusseiTBorne Is 111 with I' Mr and Mn. Jack Demerltt and
their daughter Geraldine, left;, measles this week. cousin Miss Doris Lewis of Mirr. PAY LATER-ON OUR
Wednesday. for their new home. :
""'
*-- Miss Kathryn Steffanl and her EASY PAY PLANNo
Mrs. Tom Faust has been 111 I
brother Noel, have beeiUll this
this week. I week. RE-ELECT do U payment- a ti
I months to pay.I e low moetka
Mr and Mr.: L H. Burbank who Mr. and Mrs.:-J :T. Walker. Miss \1 lasttllfflenis. A first due

bought the George Dane grove on Pearl Whitaker and L. C. McGlnnis job,COM by a. esprl.Bcedsstncr
drl Krome Calmer with the ...
Hainlln !t sear avenue
ar spent Friday In Key West Mr.!
1 H.a Davis Co. *.*
will leave Saturday for their summer ::1 opus /
and Mrs. Walker and daughter ,
home In Granger 111. Their' slaw paint products...Sla
Maxene, spent the week end In
for free color cuds and
grandson, Bob
Burbank
left for '
home South Miami visiting Mn. Walk Mrs.MnW.Watson complete iafarmaiioa Jff
Wednesday. er's sister and brother-in-law Mr.!
-- and Mn. Carl Schumacher.Mr. LrfUliture Group I
Geo. Bruner of Grove City Pa.. I II ,,., M.. r.wnebI
a nephew of Mrs. J. Tom Vann I and Mrs. Wilbur Albury of o
Mrs. G. I. Gault and Ralph Moon Ochopee visited relatives and Farm Prosperity i

and a senior at the University of friends In Naranja and Homestead e e i

Miami underwent an operationfor Tuesday.Joe P.-T. Program I I
a kidney ailment at Jackson
e e I Brooker Lumber Company
Memorial hospital a week ago and Reynolds has recovered
will recuperate at the Gault home from the measles and his brother. Will Defeat Machines Return ef Riot Phone M Homestead, Fla.
when he Is able to leave the hospital Gene Is now a measles patient. I

His father, Earle D. Bru "'.."___,---"..................... (raid polltlrtl( ad..r -...-_-
ner arrived by airplane before I FLORIDA CITYMrs. 10010

the operation. *'. W. s>T..7. Correspondent

Mrs ..........--....--..-.-
Floy Watson "Bill"JOYCE
'wiu> her two W. D.
sons Floyd Jr., and Jimmy, cams Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Carlin left eo
from Canal Point Friday to visit Tuesday for their home in Bay-
her mother, Mi* W. D. Horne. All side,* Long Island'N- Y., accent*,
enoy>4 a picnic; on the Keys Sat panted by Mfr. Louis Rothenberg
urday. who lives In Cot Cob. Conn They
have been spending the winter PURCHASING I
Mrs. W. IX Mahan has been 111 season In Florida City. Mrs Carllp
since Monday. and Mn Rothenberg are sistersof AGENTDADE

Mn Edwin Mn. Wm. J. Geronlmo.
Seaman her ion.
COUNTY ''I
Edwin and her sisters, Mrs.! Spencer 1 M. Silt !'n'Iart was taken to mPU
and Mrs Settle who spent the Miami hospital en Wednesday (Paid tolttlral admnl..w.atl


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'4 VPi give Individual roofing plant la the

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lh' .....18. I and these ire pasted alone In the form of extra

i EUGENE Permanent I quality. That is why we can offer you greater

(toil, Mlli( ..._-ib.ij. i value for your roofing dollar

t ra To the Office of Gas Itttlat curls-thae's *.
a Ifad ft s ptrauiww TIM WUK.ttad I We can prove It by our samples and prices.
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rtF State Attorney far war 4o (mute cage..
I n ieg.wish ((Min( r".... BROOKER LUMBER COMPANY
Se.kta..ew* Mae ,

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: Pace Ten .. 1 THE LEADER.F TERPRISE Friday, April 29,1938 ;

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;' MISS ELSA HILL AND CHAS. G. CALDERWOOD LUNCHEON MEETING TO BEHELD AN'S CLUB OF HOMESTEAD PLANS I' I
I BY LEGION AUXILIARY IWO I II

UNITED IN MARRIAGE AT QUIET CEREMONY I I A covered llsh luncheonmeeting .. CtWD.J;LEcTIQNT4G DAY .......
will be held by the Homestead I -:;;:

Miss ElM Hill and Che G. working on the f E. C. railroad I American Legion Auxiliary at 12-: i The Woman's Club of Homesteadwill !MRS. LEHMAN REELECTED
... 30 p. m Wednesday at the homeof give benefit dance In the ".
a '
Calderwood, both of Redland, were ,extension. M. Calderwood was UOMAVS: AUXILIARY HEAD
married *l 10 a. m. Wednesday by born In Redland and wu gradual-1 Mn Edward Norman on Rob- Homestead Country Club tomor- I Mri. Lee H. Lehman was reelected -
the Rev. C. N. Walker In the parsonage ctf from Redland High School three I I erta road. row night, and music for the affair president of the Woman'i
A of the Fifth District
of the Tint Baptist Church years ago. report will be furnished by Lloyd and Auxiliary of St. John's Episcopal
conference held at Beach
0' Homestead The ceremony Mr. Calderwood came to Redland Delrsy his boyiI .
Church at a meeting held at the
last afternoon will be
i waf witnessed only by M... Walker In 1130 from Minneapolis, wherehe I by Sunday M.... Frank Rue and Mn.given ''I At Tueidny'a guest day meetingof home ot Mn W. J. Clark on

.. and the Rev. Lloyd 'L King, formerly owned and operateda Wm. J. Geronlmo who In the club Mn. Ben Schmidt. Incoming April. Mr J. E Gauzeni, vice-

,visiting evangelist who U the home I, bus transportation lyiUm. He I attendance. Mrs Rue hat were been president of the CoralGables president, Mrs. J. A. Hooks, secretary
guest of the Walkers I developed the grove he bought in.1'elected the Florida Woman'i Club, was the I and Mri Henry Brooker
After the marriage Mr. and Mri. to one of the showpieces of the I by department speaker and Mils Grace Dlckin- Jr, treasurer also were reelected.
officers to act at the district I
as a
,Calderwood motored to Key West district and built up a direct sales | convention to be page held In Jacksonville son'i players furnished mu.lc.1+Mrs Frank Hauaman was made
.J over the scenic Oversea Highway business of gift box fruit that keeps i Mri. A. A. Payne and Miss Pearl united thank offering chairman
;
IS.
but,are now at home at Calder a large packing house and crew ] May She was one of Whltaker were the hoiteiiei.I 'Mrs. Hooks, loclal service chair
the of the
I wood Grove, on Farm Life School busy practically the judges held at the poppy conference poster Sunday contest -- I'I Plans for a tag day on election man; Mri. H. E. Schaff box work

road. For more than a year year.around'i and Mn. Geronimo servedon day were made. The proceeds will supply chairman; and Mri. Gau-
Mri Calderwood I I. t daughter ager of the Florida ". the by-laws and resolutions be used for civic and welfare work. eni, religious education chairman.
Mri Lime .
of Michael Connelly, whose Persian '
committee.MR. Mri Hausman elected delegate
was
first husband the late A. IL Hill he resigned recently In order to CHILDREN HAVE JOINT -
to the district convention
i homesteaded In Redland more devote hit full time to his gift box BIRTHDAY PARTY
I I AND MRS. LEHMAN which will be held In West Palm
I 1
than thirty yean ago when he was I*lei. Mn. Roger Brandenburg and
ENTERTAIN BRIDGE Beach and
CLUBS Tueiday Wednesday
----- -- Mn. Albert Bussey were joint hoi-
Mr. and Mn. Lee H. Lehmart Thursday of next week. She will
teases last week at Easter birth
an
I SHIRLEY DANZEY .AND LAKE PROCTOR entertained the Neighborhood and day party for their children make report of the conventionon

i CELEBRATE ELEVENTH ANNIVERSARIES Teacher bridge clubs Wednesday er, Jr., and Angelyn at the Ro'.1:; May 13 when a luncheon meet-
evening at their home on Avocado home on Palm avenue in Ing will be held at the Clark horn*. ,
-- drive Mr. and Mri. W. R. Bird It
City. was Roger'i fourth
Mn. L. 6. Dunzey and Mri. L, and punch also were served. won the high score prizes for day and Angelyn'i fifth and Mrs. Lewis Brandenburg, Mr. :to;

T. Proctor gave a Joint birthday The centerpiece of the table members and Mri. H. P. McPanlel1 i Prizes in an egg hunt were I and Mrs. Roger Brandenburg, Mr.

party Wednesday afternoon at e.I where all presents were placed ai and Howard Johnson, the guest awarded to Jolyne Mock for findIng -'and Mrs.. Buuey Mr.,and Mri. H.
i o'clock at the Danzey home In honor the guests arrived, was huge prizes.' the most eggs and to Barbra Booker, Mn. A. F. Shepherd Mrs.
of the eleventh anniversariesof birthday cake decorated) In green The guests included Mr. and Anne Shepherd for finding the Wynn Tyner and Archie and Alt c
Mn. Danrey'i daughter, Shirley and white, with the words, "A Mrs. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. feweat bert Buuey.
and Mn. Proctor's ion, Lake' Happy Birthday to Shirley and McDnnlcl Member presentwere J
Easter
i I i decorations were used Those who sent gifts were Albert 'j
Davis. Lake" across the top. It had : Mr. and Mrs. J H. Webster
throughout the house, and Easier: Newton, .Jean and Bobbie
'
Prizes In guessing games and twenty-two green candles, eleven Mr. and Mn. Bevo Webb Mr. and.baskets !
we..lveG si iavort.I AndenoiT. Carl and
and Juanita i
drawing contests were awarded to for Shirley and Eleven (or Lake Mn Frank Webb Mr. and Mri. The table : .
1 I I was centered with two Smith
r Gurlih Face Winifred Daniey,', Davis. W. E. Rheney lUr. and Mrs. Ceo. large birthday cakei. Ice cream, :..-'_
Yates Eskers, Rufus and' The N. Wakefleld, Mr and
Aihby guests Included: Shirley Mri. Bird alto was served. Mr. and Mrs Paul Reynolds and
Lour Murray.In Smith, Jane Fuchs, Ardel Parman, and Mr. and Mn. Lehman.
I I The children present wen: Buddy Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lane attended
a stunt contest Gerald An- Ann Rheney, Bellegen Bullard
I Booker Arthur Brandenburg, a picnic given Matheion
.
drewi wu awarded I prize for Theda and Reba Nell Proctor Fay,
The Calendar Elaine Buisty Barbara Anne Shep. hammock by the manager of the
performing the most original and 'SKIner Betty Graham, Fay Fierce Jolyne Mock, Virginia Booker Riverside plant. of General Public
interesting stunt, that of a magician Mary Radford. Outline'Pace Win- --I jherd.I
Utilities for
Carlli Tyner and Roger, Jr., the managers and
Apr. 29 Homestead
P-T. A.
drawing from under Ifred
an egg a Danzey Billy Dickinson Alfred
and Angelyn. office forces of the other plants of
handkerchief when there was no Saunders, Gerald Andrews, moving picture show. I j I the
Grown-upi present were: Mr. company.
egg and. Robs Nell Proctor was Yates Eskers, Johrt ,Taylor, Mar- Apr. 30 Homestead Woman'
given a prize for a recitation. lew Jacobsen Loud Murray Club benefit dance at Homestead

After the games the children George Rucker Harry Bishop Country Club.

enjoyed a wiener roast. Cook lei Glenn Smith and BIJly Jacobs. May 1 Meeting of Homestead

Townsend Clubat 2:30: In Ne\ :1 _aFZ ___

JUNIOR CLUB HAS tin Miss Barbara Don and Miss King Cooper' School I

DINNER AND GAMEESMrs Mary Frances Arthur. May 2 Meeting of Carden I
E. A. Buchanan, PresidentAnd M.... Gatlln spoke on "Christian Club at home of Mn J. D. Redd.

her sister, Mri Stanley Witt- Education and M.... D. P. Blake May I Business meeting of I THE DIXIE DRUGHomestead

kop, were hostesses at a social gave the devotional.In Homestead B. P. W. C. at 8 p. mIn .
meeting of the Junior Woman'i the business meeting which Chamber of Commerce building
Club of Homestead Monday evening I followed Mri K. K. Clarke was Florida
May S Business meeting of
at the Log Tavern. appointed social service chairmanto
W. M. S. In Homestead Methodist
After a chicken dinner had been fill a vacancy caused by the
Church at 1:30 nuMay
served the member played bingo. resignation of Mn Joi. N. Gay p.
Mn. Ceo. D Reuhla resigned ai t Homestead P.-T. A.
FAREWELL PARTY GIVEN home mission chairman executive committee meeting.
FOR'MISS ROSE Ll'GU Mri Paul Haley will entertain May 4 Legion Auxiliary

Miss Ro'*. Lugli _who returned I p I thf,auxiliaryat her horn on. MayS luncheon meeting at horn of Mn JAI W
with I her parent this week' to it wee announced. Edward Norman at 12:30.: ]l lJw14

th.lr.home In. Boston Mass. afterseveral Mri CatUn the hostess, served May 5-Meeting of Presbyterian I NO Size Pf..letl Nanv.iaa

months spent In Florida I punch and sandwiches during the!Auxiliary at home of Mr. and Mn COD LIVER OIL ..... ....%.00
City was honored with a farewell social hour. Paul Haley in Florida City. Pwai Size 0.. H.'s

Darty Sunday evening by Mini I III Present wen: Mr. and M.... J.I May S W. M. S. Circle One .AST TALC ..... ...... 29@!
Mary Torcise. Sandwiches,!M. Holferty. M.... A. S. Darling, silver tea at J. L, Burton home Ma Isie.modaa..
cookies and loft drinks were served -(Mrs. S. E. Carpenter. Mrs. R. J:. May 6 H. H S. Junior play. CRIB 'HIIf.NG
.
,.... .
II ,, a' refreshment Trotter, Mn E. L. Nelson, M.... May e O. 11:. S Mother'i Day 40.tto

Guests Invited were: Miss Constance A. F Arthur, M.... C. F. Robinson program. ;: Msr:':? the awe ,. tae RwR
rA.w ,,.
Hunter Miss Bell Hunter ,M.... G. S. Rawlings. Mrs. J. R.Hlekaon. May 7 W. M. S. Circle Two Y Mat serer M ,.,,,,,

I I Mill Louise Pacetti, Mill Mary Mn M. Hlckson M.... food sale In arcade. sstett+
I f Bitten, Mill Bonnie Groover Haley Mr. Gatlln and Mrs. Pace. May a Young People'i Service ITILH B ten. ivetettst

I j' Miss Ruth Fredericks. Miss Clara League Eastern Deanery AxaTtvE2511"i {ff&ri 2
I ,. Belle Stuart Miss Eleanor Sullivan Mrs. W. E. Rhene,. M.... C. J. meeting In Legion hall at S:30. j ai4s4

I .. Mid Charlotte Geronimo and Parman, Mrs. C. T. Harper and May 9 Installation meetingof
Miss Grace Tor lae. Mrs. Ben Archer attended the'' Monday Music Club at home of

combined district. and county coun., :Mn. J. H. Webster. j I Nfglir,fiLg RlJGMI
FLAT IS PRESENTED cil P-T. .... meeting held In Miami May B Homestead P.-T tm.wr I'tR1TASSlASSORMT
AT AUXILIARY SESSION Beach High School Wednes I moving picture 'how.Spaghetti A-I j

*The Church College," a> play:'day. ,,

was prevented at the meeting of, Lal.f, COTTONr
(the Presbyterian Woman'i Mn. Landon Carney attendeda Dinners40c
'.111&1')0 In the church on A .IIS-1 I bridge luncheon given In Miami 2.7i=:''':

under the direction of Mr*. Monday by Mrs. H. A. Ford and PereIWaet6 na

[10atUn. The cast wu .:another given la the same city on Aff $.... bet! Aap7lsrNa1'I .
Mr*. U J. Pace, Mill Jane Gat-! Wednesday by Mrs R. Rattry. {
I 1.I UftrOil, a

I: We serve home-made OTY RTIFIIO !
C C.N n..er.l
DR. B. E. GATLIN I Italian bread Bakery SOc RWWI baay
NEWT G. BALL ,, II Dar.Ww sofas Shia.JAV .
I in connection; Joe Pa-
NOTARY rilBUd X-Ray and
i lazzola, prop. .

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I HOMESTEAD"Scl "Lnl I,I GROVETHEATRE I CLASSIFIED ADS I




By Nell Sauls I RATE First Insertion 104 a line, subsequent Insertions

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_..IMnMYFnaaMIMNMx.xNrHONOR COCONUT GROVE I L__ _._____ _
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ROLL ( loot Tuesday afternoon
I Matinee Saturday and Sunday
on the school grounds It foundplease FOR RENt- FOR SALE 3-buinei oil,I 'I i .

Twelfth grade high" Ellen return to the office and .e ::1| 28ot.Ip.as. In very good condition VLjon I )

Vann Eugene Sohetr: NeUn Saul; ctlve a reward. Shows and t P. ...; Adm. IV FOR RENT Furnished apt 3) N. Krome Ave ( oil ." I 1
Willard Norman, Dorothy Horn, downtown. Summer rat till

Effie Booth. Cecelia Harper Norma I-Hilda Codson; was the WinnerIn :| San. Menu T-. Wed Sept. 1. See Henry Behrena FOR SALETroplc.1 plants. >t trus 1-

Gouman Marjorle Moser tfome.f.e'. spelling bee. :, or Ben. W. Morris. (mlStt) i trees and tropical fruit 111

Alta Webster low. Nina Pearl I May I. S. S, t season. Jungle Grove Redbnd

:Bush. Iva Dyal, Mary E. Kyle, Several of the high school pupilsare GART COOPER, 6EGFJDGUUI FURNISHED APARTMENT -C road and Plummer drive

Evelyn Pope, Mosley Sever. working on the operetta "A R. Blggen, 104 N. E. 2nd Ave :

Eleventh grade high Trultt Gypsy Rover", under the direction, b (m4tf) FOR IAIJC -Ita. reaUae f.ur.

Bullard, Edna Booth Barbara ot Mrs Margaret Mills i "Adventures of Marco dear ae.... brand new Hint

Burke Virginia Doney, Madge :1 FOR RENT Furnished apartment Job new Urea, mechanically,

Thompson, low Lllbura Nixon,, Mrs Dyes class was sorry to Polo" clean all conveniences. perfect! $SJI. Terms John L.

Elizabeth Mcllwaln, Louise Pa- lose Barbara Seymour and Richard : Also furnished house I bedrooms Star",",'". Phone IL pIM)

Defiler, who have been transj j Thun FrI. May S, I all electric. Mrs. Eva Collins ,
cettl Harvey Rue, William Mc-
Louise ferred to other schools. The pupils 1 corner Biscayne drive and EXCELLENT after shaving lotion
Michael, Marclo Oaozens, IRENE DUNNE MELVTK
I are studying the different Federal highway at Modcllo for men Hand and face lotion
Harris Howard Lamb.
kinds of birds and have put up avery DOUGLAS U for ladles. Make It yourself for

Tenth grade high Constance pretty bird border. The pu- FOR SALEFOR a few cent per pint Material at

. Scherr Eunice Walker ElwinCooper pils who make "A" In spellingget "Theodora Goes Wild"Abe all drug stoiei. Complete Instructlons .
Mildred Field Herbert SALE A good porcelain
! to make the bird houses | Nail Germany In March I JSc coin and nameand
, Booth, low. Henry Dodson Rachael 1 box and toilet bowl, complete address of two friend. Address

Goodman Margaret Field, Billy DuBose withdrew from of Time halt price, $8.00. Hollliter Sage, J. B Sommen. c'o Mn.

W. D. Lott Jud Plche, Harry school this week The sick listthis Kings Highway, east of Krome I M. McMlchle 2110 N W SBth

Pierce. week i In this, room 1 Includes: I 1 Saturday. May 1 I Ave. St., Miami.

Ninth grade high, Mary 0 Ernest Walters Gene Reynolds: TEX FITTER la
FOR SALE 30 white Leghorn
English. Betty Jane Meybern Charles Stephens and Margie Pye. old each New I R. L RED FR\' RS- &. woe arc. ,-
Rides With Boy year pullets $100 ,
Raw Peter- "Tex .
Katherine Orfanedes, I : Home sewing machine, $10. Mrs ed. Free delivery In city Pill i.
ion, Jamie Richard; low. Edwin Mrs 'a room has a very Stouts"I 53J-M. McEwen Poultry Plot
: Booth Elbert West, Frances Lamb pretty Snow White border made I Virgil Sprinkle, near alrawt I

j Doris Warr. 11 by the. pci .I.. dl) I WANTED

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Eighth grade I I II LT.GAL NOTICESNOTKI FOR SALE Cheap-Florence

Pope, Alice Reitbmalw, Esther Mint Jackson's class wash sorrj' range, good condition 3 top I WANTED Painting nl' tJ11 ',

I Rurker; Kathleentrreeman, MaryJo I tr lone Je Lee Vogt ,. sis. I Of SALK CATKBApollrallon"" TAX CBRTirt' burners, oven built In. Mrs.' Ar- try work Price reasonable ( ", -

Close. Wava Horton, low, Bruce ter. Willie Bula Mizell, who h.v'i No. I'll vllla Booth, :502 N. W. 2nd Ave bet Smith Cor 4th St. "nd I 1

Scott Charles Robertson, Mary gone to Fort Lauderdale.DON'T : N"tlca I. hereby ell"l that Ban Wall kaa Jtf! Ave.. at residence of W B Fi, ...
with written ron..M that U* ( :>
filed a. itomcstead 'r
. L. Pierce, Evelyn Syket, Carol tax lflrto. towttor with all ..uboa.ciu.nl en I

Walker Geneva Vann. Elizabeth I! BE SKINNY year MnltM Oi.o"' or br lovM tto llIb'I loose :Inrludln.'tto i I WANTED listings of houses
Seventh grade high, .nd .old UM hlel .
Hilda Dodson Athley Kemp I Amulnt gains of I U II oonnil, !. pr.,.Idod by Chapter HIM or tto IMT 10 ACRE Income grove with tenantable and apartments for rent Henry
Buck a few weeks alas ludo Arts of the .....1.1....., upon Ito house Has 550 8-year. Behreni ft Ben. W. Morris, N.
4 France Rutland: low, Carl Alexander I'a Iron (as cent.l .l..rrn..d real ..uu In tha C..
Katherine Rohrer Mavli Kurt ) te r cur dial. Vinci I helps I>od.. Buto of Florida towltiLot ullo..I.1 old Persian limes and about 700 Krome ave., north ot 10- tnt
J I stimulate app.Uto, Improves blood and II W. D. Homo', Bub. additional fruit trees Including store; phone H (alS-tf
Watts, Milton Hunter, Montlne "I orroai WmT Vlhol ku helped ,? to mid are .id-nand kr _
thousands salt needed weight ass MI of IM* and rrpmonta U>oa for ttoyoan oranges, tangerines, seedlesi
., Arnette, Virginia Hobaon I uorsr vines Is etUcloiu t* take.BROWN'S IM to IMS hush laclwlira. amount* grapefruit and pink grapefruitAll LEGAL NOTICES:
Sixth grade high Tommy low to '''.10.
Dod- .... a. certificates tocottor with alliibMouant tree In perfect condition;
Clarice DRUG slots
Alda Conner rRESCRIrtlON '
Harris. | awilttrd or Lead toaoi will .to NOTICE OF BAII fir TAX rERTIfl.
.. son, Eugene Lott, Sue Moye ...1. to the klihort bidder at UM Court have jneven ."..topped. growing CATM
I Mlnger, I LEGAL NOTICES HOUM In Miami o* tile and dar of MarIM Wonderful tjwop now set La.tye.r' Application No. Ill .
Esther: Knight, Eugene *. koalnnln ot UM tour of ton onion k Mntlr. la .hereby *lv.n that ,r
Mcllwain tile sales over $2000 and will A. K. Conrad Agent of R a. Dot,, ""
Arnold 01 TAY ''A. M.. or aa ooon ttoroaftw a* sea
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Dorrls AdaDodson. 1A1. URTI'I. *., be reached exceed that"sum this year It bra fifed' with W ..rIttotI... .. ,
high
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grade rTorlaaMula
Fifth
CATER wrtlflcatot ben
I Dated at Miami. In* Ink tile tile Ui
'1 1 John Taylor, Margaret Aprlk"Ms No. ITM lay of April, Is a rnoneyrrmaker and only- with .11 subsequent omltto M lo.Mhwludln l .
Ardel Parman Elizabeth Moth k) .hereby risen that Hanna 1919.S.:. I. tItATHItIt..AN. well, come In and let me tell the roar IM. told to tlwfe.1.
Booth Cowman .bas filed. with OM wrHM I I Clark. of Circuit Court. to adiinlnd end aoM to tto kojrwll I..4
Peterson, VirginiaWalker; low, NmUMt that the UI orHlflrana together I Pod County, Florida you about.It M for wk w prokld, lor Chapter 14geS.
Gur- with all autooauoak soloed or kprM team Clnult Court oValBr. I' of the IMT .." of the Laitalaliiratto .-
Anne Rheney Harry Bishop, Inoludln. tile roar IMS, toM kr tie sate $NO. FENNO' D CPukll.hod followln doinHi.d mil ouato I... ito
line Pace. be advortbod and said to the blttoot bid- < Apr 11 II 1*. 1.111.NDTll'li 11 ACRES good oranges and 5 acres Counts of Dado Kraut of rtorM. wwl. .
due for rash aa pmokwd br Chapter M1Mof Lot I Blk I rVUra Buk. The Ua- toT
Fourth grade high, EIleen the IMT Arto of the Lawblatun upon FOR TAX I pine land, has 338 feet Krome be NEW an wMennd by _111..1. 't"-
Scherr, Jerome Scherr and Billy the followln doorrltod. Kal I Exists I* tile tir APPLICATION nRBD Avenue, frontage. Only $1750 ) state of Florida. to-wrli ../.., ,..
County of Dada, af IMSNutlra nor* IM to IM bulk "
Vann Billy Brown, low, Bert Lot SO W D. R......... '.b. The t... to Charter' Iftlt-Arta Some terms. In 111111'

V..."_.MW..". Charles Robinson_. be N4 an .ridr.nd lor ,strike, No' la ......rile.. rises"HI that L. I CaooVIIkokwr lot 4 Ulk: : I rVtrra t.. Tto toaoa .. ..U
STAIN .. IMl and represents taxes for UM Ta CortlflroUNo. an oMVoord kr prtlflrou N. *tof
Winifred and Counts
of BUM
Third grade high roan IMl to INs both hwlualn. amount ., Aiaiupt, A.D IM and sopranos taxes fur UM > ."
Danzey, James Brown, Gene Reynolds Ins to 1101.Tl. .111 IMM kaa Issues fllod the..and.... III dar mr offlro, and IL A. CAMERON lit' a 1984. both I.*........ *"""",".*
Lot II W. D. Kora.1 Ink Tha tuaa toto to 111.
Dowell Alexander; low cold oro ........ kr omlflrata NoI1S71 baa nado them Application. BaM for Ortlfloato a 4g dead to PER tofcuiuod Lot Bib I Free a... TV toto ... ,,,

Donald Neeley, Ruth Byrum. of l-lll and represents tea for tharoan brown the followln described. prooortr to); Phone 78 Homesteada odd an arMrnord kr omlflrato N..
Itlt to Itll both Inclwlva amountln ., TM of IM and nproMnn U>pa for ito
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Second grade high, Robert tto County of Dade. Mats of Florida, ( 22 29) .
to 111.16. .. r* IM to in. both Inrloni.e. *ov .nt.ion
Graham Robert Hall. Rose Sin- Lot 41 W: D. Horn 8uk. Tto ta>olla will Lot II. block t, Bum VbU GardauRetention. .1'.1'I U M.IIooM .
Barbara be sold are nloVaoMl br opnlfbot No. I .......... Pint Rook 4, Ml .rtlf..too Ixrether will .,,
Connie Campbell, ,,, ,.. .. .
core Silt of 1111 and iwroMnu bases for UM BUM of Flor -t c"llf-1 I. I.4 taxes ttijl
Dada
of ,
",J Home, Geraldine Shepherd low, year ID** to 1111. both inclusive. amoanUIn in* In the County I to auld M Ito hlnno.1 klddw, M the> ."t14now
I I Into idaTha _.....1 of mid property lade.1 I* Miami oa Ik- IHh alar "' 'V.I.
Wanda Smith. Lot 41 W. D. Horn*. Sub Tto teen I the Itas. ............ a t1w Near of ten ,,.I.. k
First grade high Fay Cap- I to to Kid art Evidenced br certificate No of Ito, Hid Mra.c.rtlflr.1.T. V. DunnVnbaa news.. WAR soar LEGAL NOTICES I A. M. or As moo I.......... w the xrso
Sill of loot and. represents loan for the akall to rooorm.rd mow ..e conchae I. ,
orrtlflrato
Inger, Ray Capllnger Virginia nor* IMO U ISIS both .Inclusive. aiaoualIn said the property doiorltodItorrla I 1'.1 Miami. rilM, this tile 'Stkoor
Nixon Merle :Braswell, Bobby to 111.II. I aogordln will to to law aold to tto hlihMl" kliUorat I NOTICE OF SAIK CAT Of** TAX tBBTIM.I of April IMlC. .
iortUlratoi towhee with all I H LtATHKIIMAN
Bald lot .
Monroe Jack Morris, John Ruehle I I autooqumt Emitted .. lr ... .toM'wlll the Court house of door Juno o*, the lots,tint wblck Mon.rlar la, Application N. 171NetlM Clerk Circuit C,.. "iDoiM
Helen Tomerlin, low, Billy Hutchinson 1 I..to .... .. the kktoH .kMo.r at the Court. tile sob In the dar month of Juno. ..... .kaa lo MMbr filedark siren Hot ma written DonnlaBoblln I Ooontr rh.CI..II ..too.
I I Hoow In missal M tko Mk day of MarI ( Court Stallof
... of April IMl .
Paul this totk dar
Prltchett D. eartlfleoloa t-..tWt
Gwendolyn curt that tile ui
M, toa-lnnlnc at the hour of ten 'alock i 1 LKATHKRAW.Clrrk inn irb7+N0' It oI
Topplno 'I I A. f. or M man ttoroaftor M the aaau BX B of Circuit CartDade with ill subsequent omltttd or levied toaoaliwludln ............ Ar ... I*: Nor .. 1989.NOTICE ?
mar be trashed. In d.M ooortototad l riorldo.tCrKUrt UM roar lose, told to UM State

Mrs. Field substituted' two days day of April W Miami, IRAN riorMa. this tk.*-lath Court Boat) County, to *for d<*rtb ra...k d"and provided anld to k*the Output ktatoat,..M4tfl ..-, Or I""EIII"" .0 MARK-AlkPt.ICATION
BTr.RrirtT D CApr FOR ADOPTION Its
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this week In the absence of Mrs C. a LEATHERMAnT: Br ( : II. Ill Mar *. It): at tlM tto renewing IMT Asia uVorrltod of .the real Lrtlalatur.oiuto In oven UwCour.tr MINOR rHILD.
Clerk Circuit Court
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TO Al I PHIHONIINOTICE
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Adam Dad Count Florid.olClic.k .. I '. at Dodo. BUM ef Florido. tovwHl
F .. Hr-RtBV OIVKN that W.Ik.
or SALE O. TAX teltri
Court Sol) I"'OTK'B' Lot IS Loot fort to do '' 'IMI.T rlWCor ... ,, ,,
CATS I ; or t Pawl"9 Purl ,....IeI.. t
INO. PENNO. D. C.Pillbed 8 I rinrburrt Add. 'Mto .....,. .. .. .
All homeroom Aiothers.ard.a.ked -, Apttkatia. h.. 3111 to sold ..ldenwd kr aonUloaM N*. t. will May 14 A. D. n u
API% 6L 824 loss .. I- Native at ....*..r .r.. that CiIuoh.thherbs ara lot MM apply to tie Haoorvblo Worth W T1-
In to of logo. and r.proainla uiol
to have their pictures .... filed wish m* vrltto U.21 both ...1..1.., aoHHi.l.Int -U. ooo of the judges of the C,. ,+,H
lOll to lea
I the homeroom teacher for the I I NOTICBer SALE or TAft CUTII.I ,qua Mia UM lox nrtlfleaua _I.... rear Court .. the Klmotk Jok-k Clrrol I
the lad CATER with all iInrlodlo __1 Emitted or levied ta.. i *o $14A.Late II end It Mk. T 1'1.! *.. I Add rkirUo. In end for ..... Corsair foe -x
: school scrap: book by pi I ApoUnUon Mo. Its the roar IM. toM. to the BUM tvkioiMoi to order oytkorhlo Ito otoo krooW .I .
next week Notice h krrpkr sir's IkM Haiti* Waok4 .to advortlord. and aold M Ito ktatout kid.dcr TIM tana....to. tin to sold of ara IMS sod roproorotiUM orr.Ufloau >...... .. a _,. latest ..... iuiolMirr
':*ton ha* food with IM written cequaetthat for aik .. provided. kr Chaptof IMMof I for the roara 193d to IMS, both" I* J._ >.1_. ARE tWO MomkO/
scuba claw the UI orrttflraM together wkk all the I.., Arto of the Lnwlator. upon clwlM, amouotln to SM44*. or WHICH All PERSONS: WILL'
A high school 1938 subsequent emitted or levied uaM kielod.tar tto follow!** doiorltod ml Estate I* ttoCountr eortlfkwtoa tocorkor with IIIutooauool TAKe OUR NOTII'KWALKEK.
Sold
the roar IMS toM to the BUM be : of Dad. BUM of ..Iori.... lo-wlti I. Ml emitted laded ton* will: I. FOWIItB. .
or
LEGAL NOflCEKEiESTATB adwthod and onld U Ito ktekoH bolder Lot I Blk II Tow of Florida CIt,. Thtoaoa to wM Ito ktotool bidder ot the Court Apr II. II. |*. Nov 4. IS IM
to
fnr ..h ail provided. b* Chapter IMM of to to add .... ......_ to oarllflrato I H.,of lo Miami M Ux ttk fey of II...
tW TNT Aft of tile Lortalatura. ape tkofollowla N*. MM of IM and roroona "' ,. I Mil toilMllw M UM hung of tM o'ulorkA
,11I COUNTY, J1IfIGR'eCOURT, DADa oVorrltod roil sots I* the tor the ream IM M loll, both Inclusive, I M. thereafter Ito
or >M o> MOMT.lrd'oT'ollon.
OUNTY. "Loa IDA county of Dado mate of Florida. to-wit. amountln* to l..l II .r/ due Rescue. Turner's Funeral Home
)I.. "in Lot II W O. M_'. Sub The taxes Lot I* Blk. It Tow* of florwo CUr The ./. FIr4.. this UM" tad
Of William Mol... milk, to to aold ara .rtd.*oid br rorUflnito No saw to to paid an arld.n.id kr _".. I oWr l .
+ AorU,
-- lilt of lost and represents taxes for the rte No. MM of INS and ripjounta, tax. 1024.JL II LCATHERMAM ...H& AMBULANCE SERVICE
IIMICR or DTTICNTION TO MAKE: Ar 1M to both Inclualoo, aiMtmtIn both Inelualnamounlln .
roan lOll I for Ito year Iota to IIS I Clerk tln..U C.mrtDuit .
PLICATION roR FINAL to SI*.41SoU to Sll so. < .tr. Ktorkta.iciRuU Lady Attendant
Hotter to torrky dm that UICKAItIlB'1 1 tax certificates brasher wWi all Sold UI orrtlfleolo together. with *Haukwououl I Can B.. xn
.IIMr
Nor fad mart and otHkM subsequent edged or ...... team will .to eked or bnlrd U>aa will JNO ncNtto D. Phone 514-R F uEDWARDSTILING ..
nWham m wtmlnMntor C T. A. d.l I old to UM ktatoot kkkhrr at tto Court .to aold U the kwtoit ........ at Ito Court I Apr SI t*; MM S. ". cflililbliH
Ito oiMW of Will.* Os. ,MS-Smith. r HOOM M Miaul, o* th. Ind dar of Mar llonaa .> Miami on the lilt day af MarIN .
orooHl and that ooMM l..k day of N.Y. loon, balnaln M tile tour of km .'.- ,-!. tolaln at tk* tour .. toa orl.>k
IM" I will apply to tile Honmklo W A. M. or M nose ttoroaftor an Ito same IA. M. "Nona ltoroaft+." *** ear
nioKMo. County Jadou o{ 1.IC: r'l) mar to warned hi "no oouno.Dated ..
: I for oprronl of sod ( : at Miami r......... this the Ilk "iMwd at MlanTl. rtort4alkli Ito link
'. mod for flow otookorn M ...... day of April IIS*. dar of ...... IM*.
c. T. A. of tile Estate ot .. R. LSATHRaNAN, IL B, LEATHER"AN,
mhk. dinont. Clerk C...." Court. Ibrk ClrouM Cart
This lath day of April, 1.M. .lotn..1 Dado Count. Florida. Cowttr. norhm.ICInutt .
WILLIAM 1. (Circuit Court Spell Court 9,411Dade
A4ohiUtnitnr my lJIO. FENNO. D. O. Br JXO FENNO, D. 0PifMbtoJ .I
(Apr, tt. tri ... 1.- "... I'. I" '1. 19". Apr tl It ; Mar *. IMS.

Real Estate General InsuranceCor.


REDLAND CAFE ItalianAmericanRestaurant
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UBS. A. NABORS. rrep.DDTNER I Italian Spaghetti Dinners I Palm Ave. and Ai e. 11 Florida City Fla.11 .

JOB TOKCISEOff.

I lOt PLATE LUNCH tie Depot riwrida City .
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; Dr. A. J. Colburn Din John S.Becker of Florida City and!I M11111111111ul Hill]11111111iti[ ,
: Mill Ingeborg Matteon of Columbia -
In Pennsylvania Home S. C., and two lten, Mr.
Anna Lonfvitt and Mr*. Hilda Chase & No. 2 .
Dr. A. J. Colburn of ConneRsville -
Frabacca, both of Finland.
Pa, who spent the winter of SAnborn cans
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1937 at the home of Mr. and Mr*. e
J. Tom Vann brotherinlawand Baptist Revival Ends
sister of Mr*. Colburn died With Sunday Services COFFEE Tomatoes
\ *t his horn on,Apr. 21, and wa .a eTn7t c _
buried on Apr 23 The revival service that are lb. 2 cans
Dr. Colburn bad been 111 for
.
being conducted by the Rev. Lloyi
,and had been confined
seven year King of Orlando la the First Bap-
to his bed three week before his tilt Church of Homestead will continue Z5c 15c
death H. I* survived by his I
through Sunday, May 1. and
and three
wife one ion diuchten
will close: with baptismal services:
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Another liter of Mr*. Colbrun
Mill Myrtle Moon of Grove City,.1 Sunday nightThere CREAMY I P. & G. SOAP
will be
Pa, who formerly lived In Homestead a man meetingfor C.ORICII
all the people of the communityon 55CGreen
arrived at tN Colburn home
before Mr Colburn' death. Sunday afternoon it 3 o'clock.: can 6 giant bars. .25c
In this service Mr. King will con-
elude his Bible conference lectureon I
Richard Mattson Dies 'The Sign of the Tlmei'.
Giant Peas 2 cans 33c WHOLE GRAIN
After Short Illness Great crowd have attended all
of the services, and the
Sunday
RICE
Richard O MatUon, 88, former
evening service h be
expected to
merchant of Florida City, died yesterday KE
i morning after a brief Illness the greatest of all. I CORN FLAKES 3 f J:6c 5 Ibs ........ 19c
at Flamingo In the Cape Sable
area, where he had been engaged May 10 Deadline for Soil HANDY PACK 'I

.In.....farming.....1 ...P.for..the"._part......II A'p'.A month Conservation SheetsDade FANNING'S
by Turner Funeral; i Home: of this County grower- who wish I Bread & Butter Pickles jar 15c COCA COLAS
,
city will be announced later. to apply for soil conservation allowances ,
Mr.MatUon,a native of Finland., must file their worksheets 6 bottles .. 25c
abandoned his seafaring occupation not later than May 10,which UPTON'S
when he landed at a Dade li the deadline let for the southern plus bottle depositCATSUP
County port 32 year ago For region according: to Instructions FREE TEA GLASS '
TEA
tore several at year Kendall h.operated, and later a general transferred received Fanl, county this week agricultural by C H.agent Stef- WITH 1/4 lb. .S'\....

his mercantile business to Those who participated In the
Florida CityBeiidei 1937 toll conservation programare AVALON Yellow Cling No. 2/ can cans
hit widow, Mr. SalrnaMatUon familiar with the data
required -
he It survived by two on the work iheet Other
on*. Randolph MattMn of FlorIda will be Informed of the PEACHES 17cBALLARD'S 13
City and Richard Mattson of ment by calling at Mr.
South Miami; two daughter, Mr*. office In Homestead or require-I
Plain or Self-Rising

5 lb. pkg ............ 29c
Glvt Flour 10 lb. pkr. ............ 55c

20 lbs. ................... 99c
,i ,CIA.UDE; : : :PSP"PER" SAVE THE COUPONS

." ,t itfm 'If. )u""t" (:'s..i." $',""(.' BORDEN'S SILVER COW 14 bottle. .12c
'HrIU I' ,'Jif: !"l'tt. 'T oz.

MILK 3 Tall Cans ZJC: MEAL or GRITS


SAVE THE COUPONS 5 lbs. ... ...19c

Rosemary ale....


rrs l Grape Juice I VegetablesGREEN | Fresh Meats I IOMJHJa

f qts., _..__.. .. 25c l1MHMBxd
TOPCARROTS
ARMOUR'S Sugar Creek

L V M R Tomato Juice Roll Butter

2 bunches.... 15c
; 3 giant cans. ..25"cNORTHERN lb. .. _..._ _.. 32o

Our Lumber Stands the TestLet LONG CELERY CRISP SLICED


us furnish the lumber for your home, Toilet Tissue Breakfast Bacon

I you structure rapartment which, your special building-any E 4 rolls ........................ 24 J Iff. bunch io.. _. 9c lb. .. ... 35c
calls for high grade Lumber.
1 roD ..................... Ic FRESH GROWN
Boned and Rolled

F.II.A. Application Blanks On 5 for ..............-.....2'x BEETS Veal Roast

: Hand Here JEWEL 2 bunches..15c
lb .. . .. 29c +
We will assist you to get F.IIA.loans for : LARD

.; remodeling or new construction,as you may de- SNO BALLCauliflower WESTERNCIIUCKROAST

; sire. Our yearly reliable financial contacts insure 4 lb. pkg. .. 45c .
j a minimum of time and elimination of un-
necessary red tape in putting loans through. TARGET
lb. ... .. 12c
.
lb 23cFULLCREAM
Corned Beef .. ... .
W.D. ,
! HORNE CO.FRANK Fresh Green

U can .-.. _.._.... 17c
SKILL. Owner
31 N. Kram Are. Phone 107-J DRIED LIMA BEANS CHEESE

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Milli"HARRY'S Lima lb .. .... 25c
Baby Beans 2 Ibs. ... ..__19c .

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