The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00174
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: May 13, 1938
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00174
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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P. O. PATRONS Boa Constrictor New Additions, Honey to Bear Monkey Among Jungle I PROJECT FOR STATE MARKET '

r FIGHT CUT IN What U believed to be one-of-home In their new surrounding. AT FLORIDA CITY WINS O.K.BYPROPERFLORIDAOFFICIAL ;

the most Interesting Mid varied 1 I Joseph DuMond. operator of the .

y I collection of wild animal ever I Monkey Jungle, accompanied the

ML SERVICE brought to this part of the country|!1 shipment where he from spent Central the past America month, !

: arrived, Saturday at the Tropical t assembling this extensive additionto I

I Monkey Jungle on Halnlln drive. his too from the Jungle. of
I According tt latest report aU are British Honduras and the Oautemalan -

: 'Clubs and Business Men I making themselves perfectly It border THE WEATHER Close to Key Lime Growing -

Protest Taking Off I I The newcomers to the Redland Area as Well as i

Mail Truck I FLY AIR MAIL I District Include more monkey; Orflrinl/ _,10., r...t rf MM. Ii..........l.
TO I ja ten-foot boa constrictor; IIIDkaI Mo..t-.M .,.,.... ....-... r....... Produce Section I

'WOULD RESULT IN I FROM I CITY FIELD I Joua honey, oommonly heart paces known probably. the the I I Mt. I It 1106W.11111161\ !139,911\ 101.J WOULD DE SIMILAR
May I ..__ i 96 | It | |
fiercest specie of the rat family; TO MARKET\ IN MIAMI
II May 7 --J 1 89 | 83 I29S7)) i
aiuties, other member of the rodent I '
NEXT THURSDAYHomestead Maya .-.1 i 81 |169 I I
Delay of 24 Hours Seen In tribe which travel in pack in .. fi
J May 9 | a3 I 70 120.99| .18 Telegraphic Information ; ;ITo
their bunt for food and of
Outgoing Mail FromR. I wild turkey from ;the interior a pair of I(I May 10 i 88 89 :i29(7| Be Part of Modern } ($

F. D. Route municipal airport British Honduras. May 11 87 1 08 |20M| .81 Facilities Provided ,
will become a temporary Hitk In May 12 I 80 I 88 |129.981| 129
i While this was Mr. DuMond's : '
I Opposition to a proposed curtailment the government air mail service j'I first trip In search of hew exhibits Establishment of state-operat :
next Thursday, May IV, when the '
of mall service from the for his show place, he expressed
ed farm market at Florida '
t plane NC 8147, piloted by Karl ROTARY LIONS City I
la I himself at being well satisfied ,
Homestead poatofflce being Yoelter. wilL land On the local through construction of buildings r
I with the contacts made as weU aa
: voiced generally by business men 1 field to pick up a special man with the animal secured, and he NIGHT and sheds a* a WPA project la
and other to pouch made by this city and I FIELD DAYISSETFORMAY23
according up
: patrons a
feel he has paved the way for getting highly desirable In the opinion of ,
s r Canvass of the area served by this neighboring pottofficet. The a real collection on his next Wm L. Wilson, director of state '.
office now being made by Postmaster event has been arranged is part I venture. markets, according toe letter from ,

S. E. Livingston. This I adVerse of the program for National Air Various native, recommendedby him read at the meetIng -
Week, May IS to 21. h'd ;
'i sentiment probably will be : American consulate officials, of the City town enun-
expressed in the form of resolu- The special mail plane will be were interviewed on the tour and Monday, May 23, has been set oil TuesdaYIIIht. t

; ,lions awaiting adoption by the|flown from Miami and will leave|' arrangements were made for the as the date of the "field day at Mr Wilson Amid he was anxious Ito
Homestead at 8 m., and arrive at '
; Redland District Chamber of Commerce p. native to assemble the numerous night" to which the Redland District locate a market at Florida City,
the municipal airport in Miamiat
Homestead Rotary Club I animals wanted and hold them In not only because of the extensive 1
|:30 m. Postmaster S. B. Dons Club recently accepted
and Redland District Lions Club p.
readiness for DuMond't next visit fruit and vegetable section sur'r
Under the schedule changes Livingston has been asked by a challenge from the Homested
proposed several months hence.In rounding It but also because of i
by department' official In authorities of the aviation branch making these connections for Rotary Club. The events will the town's proximity to the Florida '

a letter to Mr Livingston, the Of the pottofflce department to I constant supply of freakish and I be held In the Homestead school Key lime growing area Florida

\ ''motor truck star m.lll'9ute from arrange tot a reception commit. unusual animals, Mr. DuMond said gymnasium, with gate receipts going City's location meet requirements -
'Miami to Islamorada would be tee to greet the plane upon Its arrival he had in view re-sale to other toot entirely Into the treasury of that state market shall!l not

I abolished, and the entire burden of there A brief talk by May. a* well a* adding to the spectator the Homestead Parent-Teacher be established within SO miles of

carrying the mails would be placed or Tom Harris, or another prom.inent.fit'yoffictp value of his own exhibition. I Association one another, he 111<1. II the nearest -

upon the Muuni to Jn.WIS of' ; t, >wlU be part I .That |try ailed 4he-events will beheld jtat market 4e.Anapa**.
I ,star route. Parcel 'post and second"clan fjfFMtmaster .! inside the gym with the exception The move for a WPA conntrurted -
at Florida City, Na
mail service trains 41 and
on OJTC 9-INNING I of a diamond ball game I farm market was started by the
42 between Miami and Homestead ranja, Princeton, Peters and Gould
between the two clubs which will Florida City town council mme
have beery requested by the- 'de* '
also would bV discontinued f be played the of whose member are extensive
on school diamond
partment co-operate In the GAME 3 NIGHTSAIWEEK
Incoming mail Is" frffectejoy aa a free attraction just before farmers, several weeks ago with
event by tending their air mail
the new schedule at the Key dark to whet the public' appetite the assistance of CIr.'nty Axricui"turai
automobile to
I ,West truck will leave Miami at Homestead SLATEDStarting for sport and amusement Agent C. H. Steffanl' Application -
where It will be consolidated with
8 30 and all
: a m. bring classesof
Yea for WPA funds was mad
the diamond ball game (It
the local pouch and postmarked
mall into Homestead not later will last about three innings>)> will possible during the past week when
with a special cachet which will,
than 10 a. m. Air mail pickedup Tuesday, May 24. one be played about supper time, but South Dade Farm, of which r
give each envelope distinctive I
by the star route carrier on his game of diamond ball will be played the P.-T. A. will operate concessions James Sottlle, It president and 4
to collector
return trip from Key West, will stamp three night a week on the mu- at which you will be able to! his son. James Sottile, Jr. i is field !
Everyone in the Redland District
leave here at the usual time. nicipal field by team of Brooker buy hot dogs, hamburger, soda manager, offered the town i deed :
I II urged to take part In the local
Should the curtailment of ser- Lumber Co.. W. D. Home Co. and pop, ice cream, cake, candy and to 20 acre of land having frontageon '
observance by using air mail for
(Continued on Page Eight) this occasion. Post Could (sponsored by A. F. Arthur -i.other food. Fan are urged by P.-T. I both the Oversea Highway and '

master particular Livingston hag applied fora manager of r. C. Peter, Inc.) I, A. official to give Ma a night off I (Continued on Page Eight. ) :
I The will be
played on
ana patronize me ParentTeacherconcessions
special pouch order to the,
extra load, should the) volume of Monday. Wednesday and Friday on Field Day Night DISTRICT CLUBS
the of the
night with exception"
mall to be dispatched direct from' I The Indoor events will Include! ,
GROWERSMOVED Homestead exceed the capacity of I first lame which was scheduledfor a basketball game cut very shortto .
one mail bag. Tuesday night inorder not to{ suit the shortness of breath hat TO HEAR BEACH
I be a conflicting attraction with I .
follow the exertions of those who ,
TO HOMESTEAD I the Rote-Lions "field day" Monday
are fat and forty; dodge ball. In
Scouts to Understudy night, May 22, which the TALK NEXT WEEK !
participants try to
Homestead City Dads At ( meeting this week at which
bounce soft volley ball off the .j
Florida Avocado and Persian I
r. D. Mock wa elected president
Lime Grower hat temporarily I Instead of To'a former and W. T. McConnell, secretary- head of opponents and try to Civic club of the Redland Dl*.

transferred its headquarter from I I annual custom of taking over the '.! treasurer of the diamond ball dodge the shot made at them; a trlct will meet In Joint session at

paranja to the packing plant of i reins of municipal government fora 'I. (Continued on Page Eight) three-legged race; tack race and Legion hall. Homestead, next
the Redland Citrus Grower Association day, the Homestead troop, Boy other race and contests that are Wednesday nIt May IS to hear 1

In Homestead, where it Scouts of America, will attend and being left to committee headed Dr A. B. McCreary, director o( 'M
Will be directed during the observe the procedure of the : REFERENDUM ON I by Ted Bleler of the Rotary Club county health work for the Florid

ext few month by E. A. Carter mayor's court and later tit In with and Snyder of the Lion Club. state board of health; enumerate

who wa elected general manager the city council at Its regular session POTATO CONTROL Participants will be uniquely the functions, activities and
of the co-operative group at Monday night. One boy garbed in costume that will Identity -I duties of e county health unit J

a. director' meeting Monday, I will be assigned to each councilman them to the member of their i such aa the Dade County commission
The change was made because the mayor, cltylttomey and ENDS TOMORROWA own and the opposing team at I Is being asked to provide for
the leaky condition of the mak.IhIft City clerk, and their Impressions well Some surprising I "get-up I In Its next budget

office; and packing shed 0(1 will be recorded at the next meetIng can be expected, Mr. Bleier said The Homestead Rotary Club and 1

Ntranja which have been \ of the scout troop. referendum on the proposed last night.Redland the Redland District Lions Club ?

during fair weather by the This new arrangement was madeat regulation of the Irish potato Industry -, will not hold their weekly meet- 1

operative. pending the building the personal request of Scoutmaster I* being conducted this High Presents ings Wednesday and Tuesday J

new'plant to replace the one Cl-I A. O. Cain who told the week In Florida 'end other early-' Hearted Herbert"The night respectively but will count t
most completely destroyed council he wanted "hi1 boyt" real-.producing southern states and I' fife attendance at the Joint meeting I

fire tome time ago. Plan ly to learn something about the will conclude tomorrow, May 14. Wednesday night, a* will John O, <<
the new building are well underway problem of city government Instead -,The balloting follow I series of senior class of Redland High Salley Post, American legion, on
Mr Carter said yesterday. of making the day an occasion conferences which have been held School gave I highly successful whose semi-annual meeting night iI

At a recent meeting of the Na- for frolic and horseplay.My during the past few week through presentation c( "Big Hearted Her. the Joint session fall. Rotary J

rsnj group It WM decided to .... 18 was settled .. the date for out the state Serf, a Sophie Kerr comedy, last Ann, Lionesses and LegUtn Auxiliary -

oriaolx the CQ-c-perttlve into a the Joint session between the Dade County potato grower night member are exiarted to .
stock association similar to one boy and city father may cast their ballots between the In the cast were: Albert Haln attend, also 1

now In process pf formation by Homestead aoeute were also hours of 9 a. m. and 5 p. m. at the, Un who played the title role, AN The Rotary Club acting, a* 1
the avocado and lime grower of granted the concession to sell toft offices of County Agent Charles vin Prothero Mary E. Williams, sponsor of the meeting, to hear Dr

Central Florid at Lake Placid. The drink, candy and peanut aijthe H. Steffanl In Homestead or MIami Areella Jarman, Clement Russell McCmry, tlto Invited the following ,

DOW concern retaining the tame diamond baU games on the municipal or at Grower Supply Inc. AlIce .Penny, Jack Turner Betty organisations\ M take part hi .

title, win be capital!*** at 120,000. field at Mr. Cain' request Gould A meeting i* being held Blake Harold Sickle John Bor4 the Joint meeting: Homestead

Hot l4 thou lour than of stockat They will not tell their wf re* at this morning at ten o'clock in the gardt. Mary Ana Brown, Kenneth Business and Professional Wo ;
$216 share will M told to any the Sunday afternoon baseball Could Grower packing house to Hawkes and Margaret Albright men' Club the Woman' Club o/ '

subscriber, and the maximum tub- games, ae this is contrary to scout explain the detail of the program Miss Katherine Davis directed the Homestead and the Junior Wo- ,

(Continued on Pap Eight) law, the scoutmaster Hid (Continued on Page Eight) play. man's Club. .



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Pane Two mE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, May 13, 1938 :rr-

I Curtis Lee were added to the directorate Lions Club Hears Talk I Mia Ethel Roberts, senior a,,
which also Include: Mrs; On Flag and Patriotism her.,
prf -wtM1a6 essay on Arnericaniam" .
C. T. Harper. Mrs. C. t. Dchenberger -

TO Mrs Flora IX Myer, A.D.FogeandLL.Lawrenca.Mr.. CITRUS SERIES which recently won the:,
: Patriotism and the meaning of county-wide composition award
the American flag wa the subject and 1 entered in
Livingston was chosen vice-pres now nation*:{;
BUILD LIBRARY ident of the group. IIELFIIMiKIlAM) ) of a discourse by Carl Wagner al esssy competition.

After confirming the reappointment principal of Redland school, at Next week's meeting of the Uon

of John Martin aa sexton of I the regular session of the Red- Club will be held Jointly with

A resolution by which the city Palm Cemetery at Nartnja, the The lint of a series of ten monthly I land District Lions Club on Tuesday John J, Salley Post of the Amer- ",
forums to be conducted for the .
sponsors the municipal library board discussed plan for the ensuing niiirrtI !Ican Legion and the Homestead
project aad contracts with tile year, Including an extension' benefit of citrus grower In each Mr. Wagner who has made a Rotary Club In the American tig.glon .

works progress administration 10 of the) landscaping program with I section of Florida WM held at' the(close study of Ms subject gave hall at T p. In. Wednesday '

underwrite its share of the expense the aid of the South Dade Garden Redland WonMn'i Club on Vfed- hi* Interpretation of the Conititu- it was announced by W. I. rick, ;

was adopted by the eouncl dub and co-operation from the nesday nlfht Charles K. Stef- I ton of the United State aa applied who will arrange the Lions' part ,

at a. adjourned session Monday county commissioners. fanl. county agricultural agent, to present-day conditions and I of the program. ,

Bight and is new on its way h;I presided and Introduced the peak- Drought out many interesting fact .

.of Washington Mayor TOM hearing Marcia Hia signatures sad City P.T. ,A...F<*" Need era Coat Of production was'the themeof ; I I about-tlw document ever flag ;written.aad-Ota-greatest* I\ WANT X 11W TAT' .'

Ckrk Ralph X. Edwards.Accompanying Of Dentistry TrailerThe an interesting talk by. U E. '

these document Timmons, economist of the state "
Homestead P-T A. executive -: .
extension service) at Gainesville.He
the plans and specifications
and revised estimates drafted ae- : committee on Tuesday con- WM followed by W. T. Nettles HENRY. H FILER ., ;
sidered compromise measure ,
.cording WPA requirement by I of West Palm.Beacb'd.iII iCf Agricultural
worked out by the local dentists,
who outlined the
William Sydow, consulting: engineer agent, candidate for thank for #
for the city. Mrs. C. N. Walker school board !I' coat of compiling the records of congress, again you your encouraging

Slight changes In the estimate member, and Mrs. D. E. Bathor the citrus industry which, have support which made him TOP MAN In the May t primary, and

submitted a week ago now bring and Mrs. Ben Archer P.-T. A. proved valuable to grower in laying be earnestly solicit your continued support in the election oa -
presidents, whereby the dentists: out their work
the total cost of the building to May 24.
will make a free examination of
I22.I54. Of this sum the government Prof. Harold Hume, assistant
the teeth of aU the school children
I* being asked to aralltnl18 director of the state experiment
or 10 per cent, and the and give the children a discount I station at Gainesville, reviewedthe Henry II. Filer for Congress
I of 33 I-a" If the dental work la''
city: will undertake to supply the history of the Industry's progress -
done In the and fall
balance of ".UO. summer from its inception in Florida His outstanding work for Florida education merits) your con
After analyzing the various Itemsof I In the early pioneer days of the sideration.
The committee decided to have
supplies' and service which will i! !'state and dealt briefly with the
the examinations made and
recorded -
be credited to the sponsor's account on dental chart which have i i future possibilities. I Political ad paid for by friends of Henry H. Filer.

Mr. Sydow roughly estimated 'been secured through the effort I I Named as a committee to outline -
that the actual cash outlay
city's of Mr Walker. the next program for Dade
will be about $2000, approximately F. Robinson .
I AU agreed however that the I County were Dr. Carl .
nine per cent of the cost of Ruegg Mrs. C. S. Allen -
real solution of the dental problem -,:
the finished structure.A A. Fields and Charles W.Me'en .
would be the establishmentof '
deed to the two Iota the I
: This will
a dental office in a trailer and group .
northwest corner of First avenue ,
the subjects to be
"the committee voted to ask the upon
and second street, which the
upon the next session and will announce -
school board to furnish one aa,
library Is scheduled to stand, was
soon as possible. I I time and place of the June
placed on record this week according -
meeting at a later date.
Mrs. Preston B. Bird student
to Councilman W. R Bird,
aid chairman, reported that arrangements :
committeeman. The lot
have been made for TO MT
i. .
were donated by Postmaster S. E.
third L O. O. P. LODGE
,taking underprivileged grade
Livingston In exchange for cancel- .. .
children to the school dental clinic 1
la Uon of city liens on two adjoining 'Ir. ... '
la Miami every afternoon next homestead Lodge 29, I. O. O. -
Jots and will give the library site
week. ., will be visited officially by
an area ef 104 by 140 feet
Clyde Gamer of Coconut Grove
Of native rock construction: with
Florida Chances district deputy grand master of .
ornamental tile not, designed .
Florida at the Odd Fellows hall
especially by Architect Clarence Beer Wine OrdinancesFlorida
here next Tuesday night C M-
J. Parraan to fit this climate and .
lodge secretary, annour:' '
its surroundings, the overall dl.
City places dispensingbeer ed yesterday A business and : BUILD WITH
mention of the building will be ,
and wine
may now remain educational session will be foliow3'ad
.t by SI feet n will face east
open until midnight Instead of by refreshments and an members -
and be set back 40 feet from the
10 p. m. but musical instrumentsmust are urged to attend. p
sidewalk. The wide walkway I not be played in these place I ':OUR LUMBER
leading to the front portico will .
later than 10 p. m. week day and
be with flagging
paved keystone
T p. m. on Sunday ly a copying of former aIltlenta.I
surrounding a small ornamental These provisions are containedIn The town marshal, Wm. J. Ge-
flab Grounds will be planted .
In pond. and landscaped with a new regulatory ordinance ronimo, was authorised to have 'BUILD with our Lumber it's
gross adopted by the town council at a telephone installed In his restdence ,

tropical The tree and shrubbery of the buildingwill Ita meeting Tuesday night I' at the town's expense. Telephones the safest and the cheapest in the long
greater part John F. Rohrer' bid of f ISO for were provided both the
be by the main library 1 1
making the tax assessment for the marshal and town clerk until about run. Strong, sturdy timber makes
10 by 82 feet centered
room current year was accepted by the six months ago when the administration
the librarian's desk and flanked I
by by separate reading rooms for council with the understandingthat which lost out In the recent strong support for your homeyourwalls
the assessment would be a town election ordered the service
and children. In the rear
adults completely new job and not mere- discontinued.HARRY'S your floors-your beams-and
are the work, reference files and

storage rooms. OB either side of elsewhere where quality wood is need ;

the front portico, 24 feet in width, I

will be ample rest room facilities ed.
for men and women.

At the suggestion of City Attorney I

Ira C. Haycock, a committee

consisting of Mayor Tom Harris

Thomas E. Kirby. finance committeeman W.D.HORNECO.

and Ralph II:. Edwards, i i I

city clerk was appointed by President FRANK L. SKILL, Owner
Henry Brooker to conducta

survey of the city's floating debt. 11 N. Krems Ave. Phone 8)7-J '
They will Investigate the status 1 I ]

fir all overdue bills, ascertain the I

best terms under which these old IH LUXURIOUS HEW ztriTt RUSES I

f claim may be liquidated and report LOWEST FAlti 'CHOICE OF KOVTCSnJlVi -- -- -
their findings at an early
date. M m LlaWUw "fTMMMB
M m .I b f w car 4 ale am 55 Ste.e e

1 Chas. J. Caves Re-elected 1 Jacksonville al ue Mlasnl. Tye n NOW. ENJOY .

Key West 4.19 New York tt.lt
Head of Cemetery Group
BUS 8TAT10V: Eedland Hotel. Mewry 8U QUALITY SHAVES ,

tad Flack Ave.. Hemettead. Florida

Charles J Caves was re-elected I at a record low price _
president of the South Dade Comet
tery Association kt the annual I .Tar red having comfort youTJ tad IT i U

election of officer and directors', your Ugmt noncy's worth 1s Probak Jr. Hjf dT.,7
Blades Fanou toe the smooth clean / f ]
chamber of commerce building :,
In the
(bamtbtygtve.theHquahtydoublftJcTj/ ////,
last week Under" association ..
edge bl iea are pneed at 4 for i._
by-tawi the president la elected by I >," GDI11* But a pIICbct tocIa1. l

the membership at large and Is not WELDING SHOP I '

a member of the board of director' BLADESPROBAK YQ

Mrs.W. M. Bradley wa ... .1ect.1{i o
ed secretary and treasurer and A.I I IR \\ CD1

Livingston. W. It Owen and; Portable Eteclrte aa4 Acetylene WeJdlag w. CyUnder Stocks I 41'

I ITner' II I CjKMer Head*. Aluminum Cutlass sad \ .\.

Fwml Home AstMMUve MaekW RtR-lriiig-( ...I

tjearla* pestles aad allgved r.eaihvr. .

14-IU AtnrcUMX: BE*VICEEjrfyAMeadaal aarf baring and jlMer hri...

phone M4-R Homestead Fla BLADESo Mai








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FiLER INsISTSON Homestead Hi Loses to Redland in Last

I SCHOOL Sn REVISION OF I Of Season's- Perfect Score of Defeats', '

HI Ntluv BASIS CUBAN TREATY In the last game of the season, J. Roy Vaughn to Preach i

the Homestead High School baseball Series of Sermons Here

Invitation were Bent out this Invited guest were: Mr Becker, team was defeated 10-4 by i

week by the juniors for the banquet Mrs. Rutland, Mr. Rehwlnkle and '
Miami Fla. 11 Reaffirming
,r. Redland yesterday afternoon in a J. Roy Vaughn mlnlater of tM (
which will be held at the Mrs. Webb.In t
the platform that brought hima
lIOM.too- pectacUlat game. The I l Central Church of Christ In Ml-
Log Tavern this year. The In vita, plurality vote In the tint pri- I
Week the Growers have lost every one of the| ami who preached in the Homestead
tiona ire In the form of mow men honor of Music
mary and the endorsement of the
19 Church of Christ last Sun't
their schedule.
game on :
and! forwardto Music Club presented an
the Monday
guest are looking
two Miami dally newspapers as elders
asked the
has been by
The Campbell and Edward of Red-
toor last Friday.
a reception. program
well a* that of other paper Of the ,
ot the Homestead Church to con
which land both got home and Edwards i
group sang several long ,runs !
district, Henry H. Filer, topranking duct a series ot afternoon service '
Included the school: long and "Long also got a double. Preston
"The Gypsy Rover" a musical candidate for congress from here beginning next Sunday. \
Bird and Martin
"Sweet Bishop the
"JaunlU" were
Long Ago",
this district, launched his second :
romantic comedy, will be givenon
and Low", and 'Old Folk at only ones who got lOUd hit for The public la Invited to attend
May 27, In the Neva King Cooper primary campaign today with the
Home". There was a piano solo Homestead; Bird knocked a double. these services which will begin at
statement that he would adhere
auditorium under the directionof by Mrs. G. I. Qault, a talk on music strictly to his avowed policies. Homestead started off well 6y :3 o'clock. The church It on First
Mrs. Mill The admission will
Mrs. L. L. Bow. two avenue and fifth street. N. W.
and poetry by making one run In the first Inning
be ten and twenty-five cent*. "The people ot the fourth congressional
violin solos by Dr. H. S. Wolfe and three runs In the second Inning -
district by their vote
who was accompanied on the pianoby Redland made tour runs In Beauty Parlor OpenedBy
for me expressed their approvalof
The senior class day program Dr. Carl Robinson, two vocal the second Inning. however and
those policies for which I stand !Miss Alice Hobson
will be given next Wednesday
solo by Mr*. Keith Foulk accompanied held Homestead scoreless for thereat
night In the Neva King Cooper by Mr. J H. Webster, and Filer said "and I will not changemy of the lame. Then Redland

auditorium.The an Instrumental trio by Mr. Wolfe platform by one comma. made six more runs due to timely Alice's Beauty Parlor wa open

A strong advocate for adequateold ed Monday at 12-13 McCrory Ar-
Geo. M. Frick and Dr. Robinson. hitting and to costly errors on

tenth grade home economics The musician were Introduced by age pension, Filer pointed to Homettead' part and the game cade by Miss Alice Hobson, graduate .

class served a dinner in the home Mr. Webster president of the' the fact that In a long and progressive was put on Ice. of Pohl Beauty School of Ml

economic room Wednesday, The club.II | record of educational activities ami, and a licensed beautician m
r In Florida he had worked for The Score: Homestead for the past wo year

the letting up of retirement pensions RNllalld ab r II pe a e The new beauty parlor ha a

for school teachers and had HIIaon, 3b 4 0 0 2 I 3Leggit Thermlqu Croqulgnole permanentwave

II The Founding of NaranjaBy been a leading advocate of the rf 4 0 0 I 0 0 machine, electric hair dryer

state providing proper care for it* Campbell, c 4 I I 0 0 1 and other modern beauty parlor

Mary Ann Brewa :. aged a* proven In numerous bat Edwards. H 4 2 2 0 1 I equipment. The furniture i*
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"" " ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''1'1''' '' '''' tles with legislative committeesin
Graham, Ib 4 I 2 4 I IVlhI.n modernistic.

This .la the eighth rkaitw d 'valrp,.I Zone I of the many units that go tomake Tallahassee. 2b 2 2 I 0 I I Miss Hobson will handle Luxol

litl> the HMory *f kr the Ik kXhoo1 otoomta DMrtcl"wkM of tko' up what I* known a* Red- With decisive stroke Filer again Russell, cf 4 2 I 0 0 0 shampoo tints and Marinello cosmetics -
Prepared *
I-.tlUk department *f the MUM Rich 1 land. outlined his platform Swilley. p I 0 0 I 2 0 .
aVkMl. Tk. oak wa exhibited M the Ames, If 3 0 1 1 0 4
"I believe that the United I
........ District Prolt r>*".. aol kj feint .1 i
published. aorlally !. the Uaair.K.Urrif Class State should have a navy secondto Totals 22 10 1 9 1 T TIle Office boy Says:
i Child Psychology
*. Back ft the Nl..h.p1.. waa writ. "
t.. bye al"..*.. otooml aaair Ik.. *.**r> none for defense only, he said. Homestead alt r II.. a e II A lot of movie start clean up by
Meeting Day
.kla..f Mix ElI_ Pan ...._. I Changes "I Insist that the reciprocaltrade Rue, Ib :2 1 0 4 0 1M. using popular brand of soap.-Ex.

treaties between the United Bishop, cf 401 101
The word Naranja means orangeIn
Meek Main's class In
Spanish. It wa given this I Dr. Nancy State and Mexico and Cuba shouldbe Little, so :3 0 0 2 1 4 Sullivan, rf I I 0 0 0 0

name because there were many I child psychology, sponsored by the revised ao that Florida farmers R. Caves. c I 0 0 0 0 I Bird, 2b I 0 1 :3 1 0
I Homestead P.-T. A., will meet onTuesday will not be forced Into unfair com-
C.Bl.hopp 4 I 0011 Scherr If 300200
wild oranges growing In the vicinity ,
when it was settled by the I evening' hereafter the Instead petition with cheap foreign labor." Rich Caves, IbS: I I 0 0 0 Total :21 4 313 ( I
of on Thursday evening,
"I believe the future develop-
Moody over twentyyears' ago.
I member decided at this week's
m fmtm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmfmmmmtmWtmtmfmWH
ment of this district require federal
George W. Moody and his wife
I meeting. It begin at 7:30: p. rn.I .
of aid for: port and inland
the founder
Virginia were
and closes at ( o'clock. The meeting -
In old I waterway I believe also in government -
Naranja. They came an
held in the clinic room of Oldest
: are Chevrolet
aid for schools, for the
wagon with all their belongings the Neva King Cooper School. .
of aviation facilities
through a narrow trail or path. development
This 'Is one of the educational and for the
the for Florida highway
iUlfrs Math-
e&next yen courses offered obi the county "
.- h& followed the Everglade National Park.
$ school board with federal and state
Davis', EppersonsHicksoni, and "But the main thing I wish to Dealer
assistance. There la no charge, East Coast
the Graham Some of the families stress," he concluded, "I* that I on
and the public I It Invited.
who came after them have am not re-patterning my platformfor

since moved away, but the pop- Dr. Main's topic* for next week political end I outlined my _

ulation steadily'Increased with are pre-school Children and superior policies when I first entered the

residents from many part ot the children. race. They stand unchanged, IV aBUIINESS

union. Now the population num.Vers and on this bails I earnestly solicit I.PLAN" 4"' MARCH mi

around two hundred. "Shall we have a friendly gameof the support of citizen of this
There were two tomato packinghouses cards district nN

started; but, after a few "No, let' play bridge vetoed i 12 YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE DISTRICT


wa destroyed by fir*. The other

packing house is now the Florid I LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE We are in need of Used Cars.

lime Avocado and Exchange avocado of which all varieties pack I Notice fc, hereby (toll that ar followlaf arih.d lad., or ao OHM* rXoroof. a* ,Bring yours in for an appraisalon

ill, .k .. the seemed due tot NABANJA DRAINAGE DISTRICT taM
to be shipped lo all part of the Memory Par
for th* roar 1"M, .*.*/. rat opoo.il* to the same, tocotkar with set of rack .... sad the 1938 Chevrolet. The
United State aaWtMa. will k* Riot M MkU ........ *. -.. the ttk day of Juno, A. D.IMH new
The Hobaon. residence In Na at the bow of It .'..' anon, at the moth ooor of the Dade CouMy Court HOMO ra
the City mt Miami.. add ot ......... Car that is Complete.
rams was formerly a small school- Dowrtt... ...... 11._
house. It had one large room .'"4 ., IEH of SC>4 of REK !... .'4 M if'I if L. Murray Twit iii
MWU rf NWU of W14 .._....__.II It 4< I* A. R. HayMooo 11."
with several small one surroundIng K .,r .. ",. ... ..- ...II M 40 II loft BaMwIo ...a'I
This former % da 1 IW3 41.f. *WH. 1936 CHEVROLET COACH
the room.
large .... ,......",. ,,,,_ It IS 4t tt IM Baldwin .. .. t.tl
schoolhouse It till standing on S of IW'IKti'of of NWU -.1t M <0 Clamto A. Uvoxbrnr. .
Naranja road. This, however : a NW\4 of BWti ::=--=::II M 40 :: Jaw H. Raowy ::.::
: NEU!: of NK!:<4NEU ..._...",...._ I IT It It UakMwo .. a." 1935 FORD FORDOR TOURING
and It* history a. a schoolhouse 1* : of NK:4 of Nt:<2NEJ ____ I IT It It t. L. Murray I."
preceded by it* story a* a church of RK44!: of NEH: _.... .........._... I Sf It It 1. M. Murray a never.IOWda1
( :<4 ... ..._, _. ___._II If It I* i. L. Murray .. .... .. It.N
-the first one built In Naranja. Miami Load Development CV.lit. .

Each one ha* it* own story. I Soh. PS {4 t 10 .. .""..._............_.15 N II 1934 CHEVROLET SEDAN
it"to' fi Blk. I II J. U Murray .. 16.55
This 1* the brief chronicle of I i to a.s U, ass.s.-- It J. L. Murray It.W
::t"W: NEyt ,.. === I It 40 40 Sisals D. Popper M lat.
Pvppor Path IM.Annta 1934 FORD DELUXE FORDOR
AWl, of NI". ... .: ....,
, Physician Evangelist NW" .. __,_ I IT 4* SO* ......... D. Prppor M I...

f To Come Here on May 15 A.* .Popper.. a.. Potter..,.,lawN II.... 1934 FORD DELUXE TUDOR

% of NWi! of IWK ______ 1. It M 10 Nellie. J. CoCfria A Mllo aCoffrlo '

Dr. C. E. Hardy, former college 111'4 of HI4: ___ 4 IT M 4* Braloo D.: Ptppor"14: let II."

presld-rit, physician and evangelist Popfpor A Potur, la*. I 1933 FORD DELUXE COUPE
''' .. ... .. 41.41
1 will begin revival services wi 01 Nwli 1f1'4 __. I S7 41 M J. : Moray II.H
Sunday night at the Homestead 1 N (, d .. "'m .. _..r-.__ I SI 4* Ml J..hf L. Murray .. ... 14.44
8, ">:5 ___ T 11 44 4t P. M. Dolao. .. 41of ,.. 1930 FORD
Church of the Nazarene, announces IW NEti ._,.. ..."'..."'... ...__._ f IT 44 40 P. M. Dole ,. .. .a." TUDOR
the Rev. W. J. Parker, II :\.of RKS4 8EH: of 11I\4__ f IT 44 M P. M. Dotao. II."
tr.'t of *WH. *WH ml W14_ T IT 4* tt P. M. Daiwa .
pastor of the church. : MW14 of e-6 14 .......: ...!.,..._..f-.-..- t If 44 4t P. M.: !>*_. :..,: :::::
Drr Hardy received his medical (......) MATE WOOD, These can are. priced to sell. Bring your car in for
education it the University of SUM ..d Coaity T.. Calumets
DCoaaty.. Mia.l. FU.Wtt an
Tennessee and he wa outstandingIn .. .
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hospital work for many ,.ara. NaLW Y her.b eIM that the r NOTICE oll.w1e d..aib.d: ...... M 00 M.rh theraf. as
Because of his interest In youth will be _,., .. ivy lito aor..t d.e far GOULD' DRAINAGS DI.nIUl' .... appraisal.Bird
be became connected with Tre- for the poor 1.17. _to obi ...maid d the s.ewehw with Mal al seek sale and
NartlM. will be sold III ..bile ........ M ........, the 1._ ties ad A. ..103at .. satli g.g4ut
Nashville and
veeca College in the '- al n .'stark blob. III the sntb 41800 al w D6410 c..tr Court 11_ i"
served a* Its president several the city. wi Ml.ml, d ........... MtiNaY
tw.. rt. a Nome Taal T..
,ten. WW\4 al x. Lot *E:>4 __.. _.IS tt St M Pal....... I n.
"Dr. Hardy I* known and loved W4 "swI'.fNw::Et4 of NB14..II II tt 1C. ... Crewe" .m g14tChevrolet
of % ...l0 adM, tt .brew"
aU over the South" laid Mr. Par EM: of WH '"f NEU of NWK._..._.M M 40. It I. r. TalkotlKWIi all
ker. He rank In the heart of af ':,14.w".r1.ii4-- St M 4t It Trarauo Port*. Ca.WVi 1705 1 t
of *>i ===M M 4* 1* Tra P rl., Co. 1111
people with Billy Sunday, Gypsy _.. AU....... Carano t loik,
Smith and Blederwolf He has n Jll P... s.-'" ..---...-J* M 4*
Lola II A .It. Ilk 14 Prank Mfr .*. Co.
a message that will benefit all who.Lan&aalb II AUWa C. Reach .. ..00IP'4

' hear him. Everyone11 cordially .*IW wJ ..W4..- .. __. .. ....1 04 N N Ialf Deblois .ua

Invited to th4 services which will *,WoWH wi *Hwy "-,_Jl H 4* M loll ....... .._ tT.T
be held nightly at 1:4' from May l SUr-d) HATE WOOD. 103 N. Krone Ave. Phone 98

... IS,to May ZI". .. _, .. /ea..d Cava Oonty?1 r_To....-Col.eb.e.BNr -.

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Pave Four THE LEADER NTERPRIS Friday May lS, 1938

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........ ,....... M .-..., l 1a. By Wlllas lUxtey
'r 11Io a..tb .... Publishing C.. ...... --

..N AM'HI* ._ .._.. Rdl... South Dadc'g Logical Candidate Redland Chapter F. F. A. held

ARJOMI LIACB A .CIIIAa. >arlata UHalPlatan :' Editor Leader-Enterprise: Its regular meeting Tuesday night I
May 10, and made plans for attendance -
M araaiMl riot moil mat... Having at one time strongly ad-dress
Marril S, IHI M aha aaal afffea M supported a Homestead candidate at District Six's F. F A.
amaalrad, FlarMa ender tile art atMarHi tournament in Fort Lauderdale
t, tin for a county office against a Miami this district la congress.As .
Friday and Saturday, May 13 and
suanf candidate to enable South a pioneer citizen of the county -
RIFTKIS raaraj. 'I.M A T AS 14.
Dade to get representation on the with twenty odd years of both
county school board (Refer ti> city business Interests and agricultural Preliminary contests, to select:
'Stay Through MaEcho your flies' and you will find that and horticultural Interests chapter representative for several -

ed By N. Y. Paper in your Issue of June U, 2934,.you that give me both a rural and of the Indoor events of the
i published II e front page edito- urban acquaintanceship, I feel thatI tournament were held, with the
'The' campaign inaugurated In rial, a letter from me In support am In position to have a broad result that our entrant in the pub- voN el,4-

Florid under the leadership of of lour Homestead candidate for understanding of the district's! : I lic speaking contest, will be Willis a p '

the Florida Power A Light Com- needs, and of the qualifications I Baxley, in the harmonica contest,
Alvin Prothero; vocal quartet, Elmer PAM
pan UM given further impetus,I 1/1111I111I11I/ 11I11I11I111111I1111I11I111I1111I( of Henry the candidates H. Flier, the for candidate congress. of 1 1 Hampton, Charles Behrens,

recent! when an editorial appeared -!+ 'my selection, is a pioneer resident I Alvin Prothero and Richard Craw-

In the New York Herald-Tri who came to the county as a ,show, string band, Donald Hawker,

bunt calling attention to the 20 Years AgoIlihIIllllIIIUlllllllfl111IIlIIUhIIIIIIIIIIIII child, and knows the county and Richard Crawihaw Alvin Pro-

treachery of April In the north,I ts needs as only a pioneer can I thcro and Walter Thompson; and
understand them. While he Is parliamentary law team, Walter '
and l Lauding the wonders of the '
I I a city business man and thus un- Thompson, Warren Wood, Don
Florida climate The editorial derstands the urban needs he has Lair, Alvin Prothero, George Orun-
Tin fallavlnr home taken
ore .r-
slated i hat more and more peopleare bell. from flUa af the HaajaaiaaaEatarprlaa been for years financially Inter- welL and John Borgardt, with
-.living later In Florida each _.. II..... Mar IS IlllM Willis Baxley and William Hampton
tow South ,....... a.._ and ested In farming In the county
year Thousands will be re- maraud Ort sr, Ull with tk* .aaw with a brother, and understands as alternate .tt'
tun liv to the north spreadingthe ..... the rural problems, also. He served The athletic committee of which the '
xu-|iol of the late Florida season May I, 1811UUarold sixteen years on the county school I Charles Behrens Is chairman, reported genuine

reprint in full as follows: to Miami on Monday, when he enlisted time he was its chairman. Friend ready for the tournament, and that

'II i, a slander but with some in the Naval R Mlrvel." and enemy alike attest that he I'Elmer Hampton and Charles Beh- 'Son.'nttuf ..s.ea-.bad.

truth i a It. that T S. Eliot wrote 'Probably one of the largest served efficiently and faithfully rens will be our entrant In the ass. luting
about Apia in "The Waste Land" gatherings ever brought togetherat This work has given him valuable horse-shoe pitching contest heft of s ptnuntm roe..*.'
years ,'go. 'April is the crudest the May Day celebration was experience in understanding and Mr Harry C. Reely and Mr. R. |AaJ Ws the kM e, e lYe,
mom i breeding lilacs out of the present last Wednesday to enjoy meeting public problems This B Hampton were visitors at our Fez .. do genuine Suttee.wtvtogTwiih

dead I "id,' he accused It Certainly the program well as the good sixteen years on the county school meeting and served as Judges In I, ; gtraln. Eugene ,

Apr i, can have a cruel coquetry fellowship and social board has given him also a very I the elimination contests held durIng Whca.. LM us "dww" yew

liu shlng sunlight pouring it Automobiles lined the Intimate acquaintance with the the meeting Each of them b.k lot the MI-..with ..:

without stint on new verdure then both sides for a lnte1'coune'i citizenry of the whole county and made some suggestions and remarks 'tarsi MxJuliiipni io4 Inn* ",

being equally generous with fleet and there were all ty the problems and needs of its va.I to the chapter which are IM f.ce-ad-aeck; wl,j'

and our flurries a day later: usually from the little two rious .10..1Itl.....__n<_'l_. aooreclated.
flit day the spring trousseau to the big trucks Over 1000 people We are Indeed fortunate in havIng -I Present at this meeting besides Bush's Barber .1-
bat h'.un to arrive of the new ,were present during the day." 1 a candidate thus qualified; one I those named above were Dean Shop ;

light -,,,'k suits ,--Ceo, Fuller left Homestead on I who has had years of experience Sickle, Prllllp Reams, Reid Wy &BcautyParlor .

"Tl. caprices of April In the Tuesday for Chicago where he will 18 public service who has an understanding song, Cecil Parker, Carl Llndgren,

North. in tact, seems to be length, act, as an. army truck Inspector" of both urban and Jr, Allan Harford, Herman Byars, Mist LOUe Brown Operator .1

enter t w winter Mason In the ='H. C. Lee of Redland purchas ural problems, who is Intimately Billy Hilson Jack Kilson, Harold

Bout'" very year. Palm Beach ed the grocery store formerly owned acquainted with the citizenry of Hampton, Richard Ball and Eatil -

boar .i.1lip later and later, and by Don E Ferrtyra, on Mon- very locality of the county through Lee.

the m'1and\ various other ,.. :day.Mrs. hese years of residence and public day of April IllS Let Us
sortFlorida' Ceorgfe 'and' S (. Jim Vann received a card service, and who Is held in the'!j B. B. LKATHERMAN

Carol"n do likewise, hold,'from her husband saying he wile< esteem and confidence of farm!I I Clerk Otrauit Oamty Oaort.Itaoa FlarMa. RejuvenateYour

Inf i I' n of their high season population on the way to New ,York and eipectod village and city resident alike 1 (Circuit Court .... )
to the threshold at May. to sail 'la France soon after Homestead and South Dade this I INO. nllN'o. n. O.
up I ..bl....... Ap. "I Nay I, II ins.IN 1 Car
The m mtlva side of this trend 1 Ms arrival there."The I i surely the candidate who will
ho ,iw n put tqifartly on the f- following I Is the program bed serve you In congress Support COUNTY COUNTY JIDGICII, FLORIDA: lOIRT DADE

shouH!, of Northern April; lop j""'I the Mothers Day entertainment him now, and get out and vote N. $aes Wood Work
kt the school !i lac:BSTATB OP William HakM Smith,
Baptist Sunday
trifling: with human hopes and for him in the second primary -. Body Fender
g<'Bi'\ unreliability. The positive prayer A. R. Pratt, welcome, W. Very truly yours, NOTICE!: OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION Repairs
-, i I.. is what later and later D Horne; recitation Elva Hill; EDGAR P. FRIPP, I I MoUaa la FOR FINAL DIIICJlAROJl: Tops and Trimming
hereby tlvaa that I have filed
xojoi" it. In the South are teaching duet, Loretta Horne and Rita P. O. Box 8, Coral Cables, Fin. mr final report and Million for Final I Seat Coyer
I Fitch recitation Orlando Wsllana! ,Dlachanra so administrator. 0 T. A. afJVj '
nortl,in ei'" I. e., that weather ; May 10, 1938.
mat. d William
in tl,,' ojtrwrn resorts reaches recitation Marlon Dorsey, quartet i l I= :I that on the Nelson 24th day a.ith.or Idsy.des PaintingArt's

pertett'( n In April and May. |Emma Fitch, Wessle Pennlngton, NOTICE OF BULB fit TAX CRRTIFI.CATRC I apply Judge to tM honorable, W, F 1'1'I ;

"..1,,uOe can be, shall Ve THgr.a Aldus Matthews, Cecil Hook; recitation AppH..... N.. tSTS Ftorlda. faV spot.... of ..Id fiinnareport l J
Howard Jackson talk Prof sad for final dl..h.... a> admlnktrator. .
; hereby wives that A Camp. Paint
I .r.otII
trifle i II.k l In the winter months ] Fisher solo, Dr. John Dennis .. \ filed with m. writ'r.! .! Smilk A. of the. estate *' William Nelson Shop
; .
: detonated
Theta i> winter, veather there I .cwt that the tax cmlfleiM taeeth.ewith Thai
readingMiss Eunice Nixon; solo all tnhM4iwiit emitted or bvM UiIncluding I link dar af April I..S.
com it, Me to northern" AprlPs WILLIAM SOJ N. KROMK A VB.
U year IMS. hM ky the sates,
i Mrs. Ernest Horton. .
....... Administrator, .
giving' nod withholding It notquite >< and MM' W UM ktahwt bM.Vr C T A
-"The Third Llbery Loan Bond for wen M provided ter 1MM', (Apr II. It; May 4, II).
cruel. But Florida
I' April Was
d MM HIT Art. of the ., .
1 meeting in the Garden Theatre pni .
Is not' t hero' June) at haying time]' Ika following d.seribed :r'ataw :tin .
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trsde''Homestead, on Saturday afternoon CMM of 01. State of Florida, twit:
or settled July at Its best, a
LM 4 rah, S ATMOO Fart, Tk. tat.
wind it'im the sea making the I last, was a splendid success. fc> k. sold an ..........d kf .rrtlftrata
When the returns were all In it ".. SMI .4 lUG end ....Monbj ...M'
brat i and
cool but j
once warm : found that Homestead had far the fMn I(is to IMS, both Inrim/veI,
not alternately blowing hot and and INI Ivan, amonnllnt to SUN
: : or1 1 gone over the top' easily and witha Lot I Rlk, I Aara Park The taxes
cold like in New York
April OO to ka led an .....eared km _1I1Ito... N.'
,2, to boot This
New Fngland It Is rumored I I SM at 1an' represents awes for the,
be Increased In fact has already at rMra in ta im, ". '", and
that Florida Is for
a paradise sea hll'o
1H-7. last amoantln ta ,
buthink, and gunning at this time l lagent's this writing (Tuesday) gone to law Ua aonlfkMoa ......... with all
of the far. and It Is not only the above in,000 for the total Our ........-. emitted or lotM .u.i will ba,
sold la the highest bidder
al the Court
allotment .
pre.- who whisper It to I was only $17,500 H-va. l> Miami. as UM loin day of Mar.1 3
-Mary Tower second daughterof 1s31 .......1., ., the hour ?, ?? ?'rWk
the loud speaker Thousands, A. M.. ar aa son thmaftor aa tha amt k
Dr. j B. Tower had a fall on I
who Mil be returning soon to Park any aa dice route
avenue and the Bronx to small I',Saturday that might have resulted Daw at--1.: Florida, Into flip fTlh::

towns 'Indiana, Ohio and Ill I+lola; seriously She was coming from
and upstate will be spreading the,i I'' the school room and one of the girls Redland Brand
ran Into her and threw her down
gosi*-I of the late Florida seasonand A
causing her to strike her ear G&LROOFING
get i t ng no gold from the chamber '
against the concrete wall She was
of commerce for so doing
taken home and after the flow of FertilizersFor
Melbourne Dally News
i I blood had been stopped the doctor CO. :'
I found that she had a slight fracture -i
i The cSd\'l1'.oC e..20tb car In
the skull, besides having
the United State will be In
an,{ lost tier hearing. She will soon Johns Manville
accident resulting to the'death. or, be all right"God I Citrus Avocados and Limes
Injury ,It. man, woman or child j Bonded Roofers ;

this if automobile accidents
year 1
I and every.bird hit toad
continue at their prevent rate sayi I but He does not throw it Into the SHEET METAL CRAFTSMEN Fertilizers for Dade
I the Florida Safety Council. nest.Anon.DR.M.A.BERGER. County Groves;

I ataaafattamrs ., MM Fumes

G&LSOLAR Made by a Home Concern


Tae an UHM at ..... see wet
-..... nkwM af ........ tmtlianilla Florida East Coast Fertilizer Ca
Fire Insurance and National Bank Uh end ..... Iraakalraafhm.

Kindred Lines Building FRANK B.RUE.MGR.

S SS N. Krone Ave G. & L. ROOFING CO.
M. R, TSUI a. 4 a. a. .... f-irri
mwmmmwmaP .. ji

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'1' Friday, Mar 13, 1938 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE ., .., ,. -.' Paw FT! 1

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Mr. Archer's parent, Mr. and Mrs. property during the summer, Harry Defiler will leas oaTUunday '

I Geo. T Archer. for FfttabuFg, Pa. He 1

-- Oscar Cloainger len Monday Oil will to aooMNHMied by Robert i

In and JlroundHomestead Mrs. N1U Walbridg who has a business trip to Georgia. PwrMT m'.f II! to Dover, Del., for .

been convalescing from an appendicitis l the

operation at the borne Mrs. Catherine Potter left Friday "

of her brother and aieter-in-lsw, for 'bar summer home in North Mae Ingsborg Mattx left .

Mr. and Mrs A. W. Hutahlnwm, Is Haven. Coon I Tuesday. a short trip to Colum- t

now able to go on short trips. bus. & for

.,wwwww.. .,.. ...-..- Alton Whitehead left recently i ,

FLORIDA CITY I IMra to join his stepfather and hie. I MM. C. S. Phillips; and children i

:I/in. Annie Nabors will close Mrs. Vlvan Booth left for Mel- fII, W. B*...,. CarraapotteVait mother Mr. and Mrs. Lester win leave Sunday for Clinton,

the Redlands Cafe Sunday and bourne Thursday to be with her Walkup, at Mount Pleasant, S. C. MtN. .

will leave on Monday for Sumter, mother who is Ill there.
Mayor Edward Stlllng has been
visit Merle Ours left Thursday for
tet-In-law. til for the past several day with a
Miss Agnes Barlow of Miami alight stomach disorder. Moorefield W. Va.
R Nabors, and her seven-month- Beach who formerly lived in

old granddaughter, Elsye Jaunlta. Homestead spent the week-end at Roy Nelll returned Saturday
After a stay of ten days In Sum- the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. O. Clontnger, J. B. Clonlnger, from a business trip to North rI

ter she Will go to Pawley's Island, Matthews.L. George Davis, Landon Carney and Carolina accompanied by his sister -

S..C., to open the Florida Cottage Herbert Lamb have been enjoying Mrs. G. W. Quinn, and her E

for 1U third season. deep sea fishing for ten da,.. Mr. daughter, Francis, of Gastonia, N.
L. Thompson left Tuesdayfor Clonlnger, J. B. and George Davis c., who will visit with relatives
Fellsmere, Fla., for a stay of returned Sunday evening. 1
Mrs. Given Victor will leave indefinite length.' here.

Sunday morning for Huntsvllle, i
The condition of M. Silverman L, O. Clonlnger accompaniedby
Mo., where she will visit her mother An eight and three-fourths .
until August She will be ac- pound daughter was born to Mr. Is reported to be greatly Improved Mrs. J. W. Miller left for

companied by Bill Tlmms who and Mrs. Ceo. Gann at the PostGraduate this week. Thomaivllle Ga. Monday after-

will visit his mother Ip St Louis hospital Wednesday.She noon. Mr. Clonlnger will look GeneralPublic
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hunter after his Interests and I
and by Miss Amma Serrell who has been named Katherine farming ,
will! visit an uncle In Nashville. Eleanor of Coral Gables and their son, MM Miller will visit her sister

Bunny, were Sunday guests at the who was seriously Injured In an Utilities
home of Mrs. J. K. Scott. automobile accident.C.
Howard McClanahan of Key Mrs. Esther Barnette and her

West spent Friday evening and daughter, Dolly Grey, left Wednesday -
James Goodmg returned Saturday S. Phillips of Palmetto spent Homestead bone OS-M
with his sister and for McPherson Kana. to
Saturday ,
from a stay of several weeks the week-end with his family here.I
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mn. spend the summer with relatives In Palmetto.

J. M. Holcomb.Mr. They plan to return on Sept. 1.

Harry Brown accepted a position -
and Mrs. Preston B. Bird Mrs. Bessie Showalter left Sat- with the Peninsular InsuranceCo. rnni I

their son, Preiton Jr., and Mrs urday for Delaware, 0., for a visit ., and will be associated I withC. I A NAl ION w101 IVINT

Bird's mother, Mrs. R. L. Atkin- with relatives. She expects to M. Barrow, district agent for

son, spent Sunday In Key'West. be gone about two months. the South Dade territory. NOW IN PROGRESSA
Mn. Cattle Burned I la 111 at her
Two sisters! of W. B. Flowers, home on N. W. Fourth street. Mrs. Martha Personke and Mrs. storewide savings event that Is enthustlcally anticipated: by

Mrs. Julia St. John of Lakeland. Walter Schutt have returned1 to I the entire nation. Shop every department for worthwhile savIngs
and Mrs. Minnie L. Hughes of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cravey Mrs Walled Lake Mich. T. H. Phllllpi I for every member of the family and home.
F. D Mock and Mrs T. T. Bowen
Pahokee, arrived Tuesday to visit Schutt
will have charge of the
Mr. Flowers, who is In the Kendall motored to Key West Sunday. J LET SEARS ARRANGE YOUR.

hospital, and Mrs. Flowers.
They left for their homes Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Ben Archer spent I r LOANS;!

Mr. Flowers' condition la reported the week-end in Key West with

to be slightly better.

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lawrence
and their young son, Wayne,,were CATI8Application $2500.00
Sunday visitor to Key West. Na. Mil 0 '
Moth k h< Tin Ollmr
Company ha i'i.1..u written mmmt HOMEY DOWN" FHA loans require no endorsers '
that the tai arrtlflrataa together with all ,
Miss. Bertha Mill Hauaman whoIs ubatqnant omitted or ...... ..... IncludInt Full information
now teaching home economics the held br the Sate kt without obligation Credit
in Pompano and Miss Annie Mae .... .r.Ir.i: ta the. highest bidder r"1l 'm tldta tI
I for aaiih M provided kr Charter 1MM, af a Office Sears, Second
Sykes of Tallahassee spent Mother'a the 1 I7 AcU of the LaKalatura open thafollowlni
Day in Homestead with Miss daacrltod -r\ii\ : In the Countr FloOr.
DadaTIuta. .
of to-will I ;prl. 6.r.
Hlusman'a Dr. and Mrs. ..... A"7 0
parents, lot I, Block 71. Lawrcnoa Ko. The These loans enable you
Frank Hausman. taM ta ka sold are avUanatd kr Cartlfloata -
No. reset of KM and rapraamta taaM PAINT NOW- to pay cash for labor and i imaterial
for the years lit W IMS both Udnalra,
for home repairs,
Mr. and Mn. H. I. Shawberger, lamounllnB to 11)414.
Lot I, Bluak Tl, LawMiat ....1.00. Th. modernization Improve-
their little daughter, and Mrt.Shlwbereer'a axes to ba sold ara avUaajcad br C.rtlflaat -i
mother Mrs. C. No. mil of I'M and rnnunulaaai ment and additions.SEARS .
for the years lots to Kit, both Inelunlvc I No down payment-up to 18
Slayton, were among Homestead amounting to 1144.II I asoothstopeyialowmonthly -
residents who spent last Sundayin Lot 9. Block 71. Uwmna t ata_ Ill InMiUmenii. A first class
lam ta ba .old ara Key West ate No. 1UKI of 'KM and rapraamtatnaal job,done bjr sa experienced
for the room KM ta I..., katk la.alnalra with the famous .
._.II.e ta ....f.. matter painter; Biscayne Blvd. 3th to Hth St. Miami
Miss Bonnie Wlttkop who hal Lot I. Hlark Tl. ...._... FJatatra Tbs H.B.Davis Co.e/BW-
been here since December visitingher axes ta W said are aoUaaaad kr CartUIaaH timtn paint products.Come
N. 1IM4 af KM and rapnatntaI .
la tot free color cuds and
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. I .. far the tars 1121 to less both Inaluilm .
arid Mrs Stanley Wlttkop and amountln to Hill.LM complete information Mrfajf Youi ROOF I I
W, Black 71. Lawranca FA...... Tn 1 Readij
Miss Geraldine Heitc left for her! saw to ka sold are .......... kr Cartlfl-
home In Ida, Mich., Monday.Mr. ate No. 1M I af KM and raanMnta am "'Reen
'mom foe the tan IMt to KM, both la-
61 14 ......tI.. t. ....0.. BAD ?
Rnof'Mr;*" LloydSauls( :; of = II. abet 71. .......... Tales. "...I OF oRulNova
taxes to ba sold are arldannad kr Oartlfl-
South Miami and Mrs. Charles rate No. tease at 1110 and raprawnM
axes for the raan IMt to 1MI, both I..Iwlv. ..
Splller spent Sunday In. Home-
., amounting to lit.... I
stead. Bald tan caHlflcataa tnnthar with allsubsequent
..._ .. levied faxes will 1 Brooker Lumber Company
ka laid to the highest. blddvr nt th. C Mr. and Mrs. L. K Bishop accompanied ta Mlaail, ., an the fend dar af Mar.INI. .
by Mr. and Mrs. V. beginning at the boar of ton .'. .... : Phone 61 Homestead, Flat
A. M.. or a. anon thereafter u the lama
M Crennell motored to Key West war ka raachcd In .... Mnna. I
Sunday. noted .t Miami, Florida, this the 4th
day at Mar, 1WI.
LEGAL NOTICES Clark Circuit. Cow).
Dade Guests Florida.

r NOTICE 0" INTITIOH, TO MARK APPLieATIO14 (Circuit Court Baal)JNO. FENNO. D. r MAY Repair or Replace ROOFS Now

(1Jn.n.FOR ADOPTION cllrIUI'IOI Published Mar .. 1 1 L so, less. 4dt"

Tel ALL PERsoNS1NOT" : i
III HER9RV: GlVSII that ..1Ito Iii I
> or I. Powl of .._. "", .... the 11
._1..... will, m Hay If. A. D. ISM. SKINNY CHILDREN
......, ta tha Memorable Worth W, t>Mnall. 'fG
I ana af tile Judma of the Cheat Thanauea of MOiar Sate sw.daaa sure your roof is ready for bad
kr adding
raw at the BtoiraatH' Judicial ctmlt ofFlorida nntauadl uasonland BE
I* and ter Did Oroatr, for mat I Rote :auk.i WI apyatlw If it is worn you may profit
__.. .... bnprroofrycuinr
older the .d.. kr the I kiillawanaaka OLE
arma an
undersigned, or aartara. salami girl sand ail CkMra Ilk* VlaMkcaaaa by re-roofing now, before prices advance.Let .
Mart Jan* raJataa, aa. eve miatka.Or It ass aa aaaal. taM far U
WHICH ALL r H80NH WILL years. .r Mi wag fc-yVlMl TOOAf.aaowi us tell you about Carey Shingles and


( 11. IS, tl Mar .. IS lass). nncRirrioN aauo aTOll OASralTf years. We will be glad to give you a
ANOnrttoajaINTO >
free estimate the Roof
112. IL r, / -rCO"'fOlT' des on Carey
ada*. tariaafaaul k ilia fcaM W La. which will best suit your needs.
.; DR. R. S. AKERSDENTIST STEHBIN8Esclslcred 1sA..w. 1_sense A4e h .4

Optometrtat1STXA1S = ":' '":..

........... how EwwY" ... BROOKER LUMBER CO.

Practle la Homestead
OrTloe Bonn: t a. w. U I .. as.f COCE7AIIa10 M 11". CCOt/ tom' 62
Rooms land 7McCrory 1 CHOP Telephone a Homestead, Fla.
Arcade 1,4 .-Wt.*J>*"......._.
,1 aSatarda'i Hours I TSIaaaaltOO a tOIUaoflM 1I

Thursday 7.30 to 10 p, m. 40laaa trees I4IUa.. ilJO I
Free Parking Space MAIN IW fcaab .-. al* 10 KMi ... tO | .
\ ..bd..-/a--
UM N. W. SETH ST.. MIAMI 1123 W. flatter. Miami. Fla. 14 4 ,
001 1 mm,N...),
ItiontstJl*- -71 I
PRONE t-tisi 06919 "I" V T 1t0'" cleats
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Dr. L. nr Stebbtns. Associate "-0- I''J1 / t I t r


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Social Events in South Dade I'


daughter of Mr. and Mn. A. B.
i The Monday Music Club presented "Even Song" by Johnson; and Carpenter of East Campbell road. health operetta, "The Home Morot; Jack Spratt Jackie Jen
:Bertha Foster, dean of the "Toccata" by_jggaw/prd. Homestead, was mrrled to Eldred'm the Shoe" will be presented at I ness; Boy Blue, Donald Neely;
0' pool of music at the Universityof Floral decorations at the Web Jones of Tampa Saturday after the Homestead P.-T. A. meeting Jack and Jill Bobby Delta and
la Fort Lauderdale.
Miami In an organ recital at ster home where the reception was noon I Virginia Nixon; Mary Contrary,
Attendants Included Mrs. Dozier In the Neva King Cooper School
St John's Episcopal Church yesterday held consisted of lilies, aster and Louise Williams; My Son John
evening and after the recital snapdragons. Particularly effectIve -; Bannister of Miami, sister of the this evening by Mn. Virginia Ed Irvine Melton; Bo Peep, Betty Jo
a receptionwa* given In was the dining table centerpiece .I bride, Mn. Pat Tuccl and Mn wards' first and second grade Delta; Miss Muffett, Doris Baker;
Chick Morris of and Roble
her i honor at the home of the club'i of orchid tinted asters and' Miami pupil assisted by the kindergarten Jack Horner, Jack Meade; Mother
president, Mn. Julian H. Webster yellow snapdragons matched by Bannister. The bride wa dressed pupils. Dr. B. E. Gatltn will Hubbard, Thelma Chlnnen; We
In dark blue ensemble
by Mn Webster, Mrs. J. D. yellow candle sticks.In a crepe make a short talk on dental hygiene Willie Winkle, Paul Benson; Tom
Mr and Mn. Jones left Immediately
Redd and Mr*. Lloyd Deltt. the receiving line were Mr*. and a short film loaned by my Tlddl Mouse, Norman Con
Mix roster was assisted by Mill Webster Miss Foster, Miss Crume for Tampa where they will the state board of health will be ner; Bobby Shaftoe, Frank Mur-
make their home until next winter
Barbara Crume contralto. Mrs. Redd, and Mrs. Deltz. Mrs shown. Music will be furnishedby
The program consisted of the Frank Hausman received the I when Mr. Jones' occupation a* a the school band and the fifth phy.Mary' flowers, Joyce Walker,
following number: Prelude by guests at the door. Other who produce buyer will bring season. and sixth grade chorus. Martha Jane Gault Rennie Marks
back here for the
Campbell dedicated to Mill FOBte assisted were Mr*. W. B. Mills farming Mn. Walter Beckham, presidentof Mary Lou Musselwhlte.
"Jagged Peaks In the Star- Mr. G. I. Gault Mrs. Albert the Dade County Council of King's attendants, Allen Leff,
light' by Clokey; Intermezzo by Caves, Mrs. W. E. Rheney and HOMESTEAD CLUB DECIDESTO Parent and Teachers, will Install David Fredrlcks, Raymond Pierce
Cullaerta; "O Rest in the Lord," Mrs. Lee H. Lehman JOIN FEDERATIONThe officer for next year Punch Jennings RehwInkeL
"Men I Shall Not Pail Again This Miss Alta Webster and Miss Nina Woman' Club of Homestead will be served In the patio during Queen' attendants, Betty Irene
,Way" by Ellington; "The Prophet 'Pearl Bush served punch on the at a business session Tuesday the social half hour Simmons, Roae'Sincere, Joan
Bird" by Schumann; "London I porch, and Mrs Virginia Hook voted to Join the Florida State Mn. S. L. West will conduct a House.
derry Air" arranged by Lemare; Walton, Miss Helen Lehman Miss Federation of Women' Clubs.
I story hour for children In one of Dream fairies Nancy Kavney,
"Pilgrims' Chorua" by Wagner. ; Rose Caves and Miss Ellen Huff Announcement was made that :the primary rooms. Fay Capllnger, Ray Capllnger,
"Jesus of Nazareth" by Hamblen; served sandwiches and raspberryIce Mrs. Landon Carney, the president !
I In the cast of the health play Elena Strickland, Gypsie Howard,
"In the Garden" by Goodwin;! In the dining room. has been made a chairman,are: Dr. Wise, Thomas Dolar; cob- 'Mary Jo Terburg, MarthaJane
of the county federation.
bler, Robert Hall; Sandman Albert Greer.
RLDLAND P..T. A. TO HAVE Redd played her own variation ol Hlnman; King Cole, Robert Graham Costumes for the play were
PROGRAM ON fiNE ARTS I"My Mother' Bible". The wedding anniversaries ol ; Queen of Hearts, Delores I made by Mr*. Edwards and moth-*
The Redland Parent-Teacher, Each member present wore *, Mr, and Mn. R. H. Done and of Kavney; Tommy Tucker, Bobby en of the players.
association will have a fine arts red or white flower In memory ol their son-in-law and daughter,
program tonight at Ita closing her mother. Mr. and Mn. Lewis T. Klssam, will JUNIOR CLUB TO HAVE LOCAL CROUP ATTENDS
meeting of the season A flower A treat at the pharmacy closed be celebrated at a family dinner FISH FRY MONDAY PAST PRESIDENTS PARLEY
display and a home economics exhibit the even In,'* program. party at the Kissam home In Miami Monday evening the member Mn. Frank Rue, Mn. Edward
also will be features of the Out of town Eastern Star today. Mr. and Mr*. Klssam were
present of the Junior Woman' Club of Norman and Miss Ruth Fox attended
evening. were Mrs. Bert Branch and married a year ago today at the Homestead will enjoy a fish fry a meeting of the Past Pres

Mn. Walter Beckham, president Mrs. C. N. Henderson, both residents Done home in Homestead. on the lawn of Mr and Mrs. idents' Parley of the Legion Auxiliary *
of the Dade County Council of of Miami. Charles Caves Mn. Russell In Miami Beach Wednesday.

Parents and Teachers, will Install The Calendar Home, Mn. J. D. Perkins and Mrs. After a covered dish luncheon the
officers for the coming term. BRIDGE CLUB MEETSAT ........- David Barre will be the hostesses. I members crocheted edges on washcloths

Refreshments will be served In FAUST HOME May 13 Homestead P.-T. A. Each member may bring her for the ex-service women
the home economics room. Mr, and Mrs. T. J. Faust enter meeting. husband or friend. Those who who are at the federal hospital at

tained the Neighborhood and May 13 Redland P.-T. A. can not come are asked to notify Bay Pines, Fla.
NARANJA O. E. 8. HAS Teachers' bridge club at their meeting. one of the hostesses.

BIRTHDAY PARTY home Wednesday evening. Prizes May 13'- Meeting of Episcopal: The Woman' "Cldb of the Red'
Last Thursday evening Naranja for high score were won by Mrs Woman's Auxiliary at W, J. Clark The Gleaners Class of the Baptist lands will have a'short business'
Chapter of the Order of the East- W. R. Bird and Mrs. J, H. Web- home. Sunday school will meet with session Tuesday afternoon and a

em Star celebrated Its thirteenth ster.Present May 15 Meeting of Homestead Mn. Albert Bussey next Tuesday I short program arranged by Mrs.
birthday anniversary by giving a were: Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. B. P. W. C. In Chamber of May 17 at I:30 o'clock. Clna Stewart.
birthday party. The guests of N. Wakefield, Mr. and loin JulianH. Commerce: building at 8 p. m. ] ,
hater were: Mrs Marlon Neeb ot Webster, Mr. and Mn. Bevo May 18 Junior Woman' Club "

Miami, associate grand conductress ,Webb, Mr and Mrs. Frank Webb, fish fry at home ot Mr. and Mn. .5
of the Grand Chapter of Florida; Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rheney, Mr. Chla. Cave t

Mr*. Betty Lewis of MiamI. grand and Mrs. Lee H. Lehman, Mr. and May 1$ Meeting of W. M. S.
Instructor of District 20; Mrs. Maybelle Irs. Bird, Mr and Mn. Faust and Circle Three with Mr. N. G. Ball. =

Ramey of Miami Beach >Jr.. Elizabeth Fuchs.PRESBYTERIAN May It--All day luncheon meetIng -
chairman of the committee on floor of Garden Club at Woman' THE DIXIE DRUG

work; and Harry Christian AUXILIARYHAS Club buldlng In Homestead. I
Other distinguished guests were BIRTHDAY OBSERVANCE I May 17 W. M. S zone meetIng Homestead, Florida
Mil. Angle Mink, Mrs. Nancy. _
"The Foodless Banquet", a' In Perrlne.
Rlckard and Mrs. Claudia Chrla- missionary play, wa presented I\ May. 18,- H. H. S. class day.
tlan, past grand matrons, Fred Wednesday evening at the First May. 18 Meeting of American
E Mank, past grand patron of the Presbyterian Church by member I I I LegionAuxiliM? AL Legion hall

Grand Chapter of Florida, and of the Woman's Auxiliary in celebration 1 May II Meeting ef Redland es/ .T ..ati Rexa/i GI lb. 1OSaaw' 9
Mrs France Hanly, grand representative of the birthday annlver ,Home' tXemonstration Club. /{' Rubbl i
to Ontario. nary of the auxiliary.Mrs. I May It-Party of the month at bv Household !!

l, Chapter The first, Walter patron O. Talbott of Naranja, was !tional.on A. "Foreign A. Payne Speaking gave a devo-People I Presbyterian church at '::30. ""' ,,- 35+ IRON 2 Alcohol-H'

; Introduced by Mrs. D. E, Bashor,
In Our Land", and a liver offering junior-sen-ior
I worthy matron, and presented with collected for mission I
i was 5 Fluid'
a gift at a token of the esteem Homestead school gymnasium $
work among the foreign speaking In eftleflb ,
which the member of his chapter people in this country. Mrs. D.I May 27-Musical comedy "The ,, ,,
have for him. I Rover," presented by
P. Blake was program chairman. Gypsy
After a business session the Refreshments were served after department.Announcing While Shoe Cleaner
chapter closed, and'the following the play. '
program wa given under the direction -
of Mrs. W. A. Thompson: Quttly' rlnns III l .
a tap dance by Marilyn Bethea of whit ohon. DOH'% C
accompanied by Mn. Wm. Bethea; I I1I1Ice's ""oW. CMSM._' ,. 25SEDETS
I two solos, "Little Mother ot Mine" Dyke, fast and ...hi..
and "When I Grow Too Old to

Dream", *y J. Quarmby Caldwell

accompanied bott; reading.by"Roller Mrs. W.Skating 0. Tal," : Beauty Shop : / era/l 94 jf07te;t[e"A [

by Marjorie foals; two duets "My 12-14 McCrory Arcade
Mother1 Bible" and MAloa"; by .1IIpp,
Mia Cleo Chubb and Mitt Evelyn Alice Hobson see Nast
Chambers; a tribute to mother by I csta t. Mim kirn fftmm
am 0 "611 mt *+ f
Mrs. Thompson; and a Tm
yao-I I IBetbea.
an Old Cow Hand" i
: 11 Aft 8 01. 81241 l Retail Putt VII MM tADRlENNt

Ice cream, cake, and coffee were i: Iron. Liver eutd .

served. 1 I &WA/aMWCOWA FACrfbWDRB50C

AD ASTRA CHAPTER IIVIMOTHER'S I : Croquignole: 1.: jvr a wsstA
.. ... selis.lly.u. ,
Mn.; W. J. Parker spoke on the Permanent Waves -a

Mother ot India a* the Knew them, r PRZSCR11'IONi5 Ober at the 111gn oft"
from her work a* a missionary, at I

a Mother's Day program given ; Cn4 Carl _..- _.-_., $3.11 Oil ef Toll Weed ._ JUI eam.a a" sae RettallDregs.Thellems,
Friday night by Ad Astra Chapter : Oil .f tttl. Wood with I an".ras'a'w.son. DRUGS .[ Quality aced value.

of the 0. E S. Mrs. L P. Mc Maifslr Selvtlesi IS.II Conditioner __ UI..MLdtol ... ..
.. ,
Lean sang "Mother Machree" to = .r-- ... '<, :; '
.violin accompaniment by Mrs. Shampoo Tint MarlneD Ceaanetk
Sam Davis and piano accompaniment
by Mrs. J. ,D, Redd, Mr*. ,' "

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.., &: t Friday,. 13,1933 THE LEADER- ENTERPRISE Pare Seven
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psmrwr.wmr ou......... sox GROVE CLASSIFIED ADSRATE .


SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC May U Moraine senses: THEATRE : Tint Insertion 104 k line; subsequent Insertion .

Chicken pilau was enjoyed by Oor Only few ., SthriUon"i M a line I

the members of the Redland District evening Norman: "Th OOOONVT oao'YsAbita" IJ

I!. Ministerial Association and Great Confe**." j Saturday and Sudsy

} their wives (t e pot luck luncheon May 18 Prayer meeting I J" t* tpIs. FOR RENTFOR EXCELLENT after shaving lotion 4
.I> the home of for men Hand and face lotionfor
the Rev.
meeting tit subject: "Pa.U the Stydmt.
and Mrs. Harley R. Core In Eureka -! Shown T and I p. *>.; Adult U* RENT-Small furnished cottage ladle Make It yourself for

,." Monday. I CHRISTIAN SCIENCE summer rat*, lit N. W,, I few cent per pint Material at ,

( The sty i*j .- JkxMd that....- Saga Men 'T-e, May II. It 17 I 4th St, Mrs. C. F. Compton.pm all drug stores, Complete Instructions -

Dual picnic lor Sunday school CHURCHMay ( 20) tic: coin and name I
Alto Far, Joan Dada, Fred and address of two frlerids. Address .
t children will b*Mid in Matheson IS Lemonsecrete.Apples .

r ..J\I...... In July and that, the "Mortal and ImawrUls. < \ Allen tsj FOR 'RENT Furnished apt J. B. Sommen, c/o Mrs
IfrW.p downtown. Summer rata till U. McMIehle 2110 N. W. fieth
jMlrameMttve eoalwitte. ytale 1Iev.t. "Sally Irene and Mary"Wed
I Sept. 1. See Henry Behrensor St., Miami.
L. lialsen, -president, the Key. i.
BenJ. W. Morris. (mlStf)
'.., I. JRteluinta, I A. Now Provides : .. Th-n, May II. II It L RED rRYERS-llv or arcs"**
the 1194.C bosait ary- FURNISHED APARTMENT. C. ed. Free delivery In city Phone
Home Assistance'TM
jvlll serve M I.committee.oa aria ee Louis Hayward la R. Blggers, 104 N. t: 2nd Ave. 835-M. McEwea Poultry Plant

\. rslt ononts. .TheSwdayaaehoesupeciabnltdewte l.' .Midnight Intruder" I (m4tf)

rnf ,the .church** homemaking project of WANTED

fvpreseotao wUlmerve...trm l WPA has established a housekeeping FOR RENT Furnished ap rt-

portatlon committee. !, aide project to take the placeof Than Fri. May M, tl ment, clean, all convenience WANTED Painting or carpentry -

The next meeting of the group the craft classes that were con- Clark Gable Claudette Colbert Also furnished house, 2 bed- work. Price reasonable. Cor-

will be the but meeting of the !1 ducted in the old South Methodist dooms all electric. Mrs. Ev Collins bet Smith Cor. 4th St., and lat

season, a luncheon meeting it the church building, announces Miss In corner Biscayne! drive and Ave., at residence of W. a Flowers I

horn of the Rev. end Mrs. C. A.I Rosalie Smith, field economist, who "It Happened OneNight" Federal highway at Modello. Homestead. (Itf)

Condon in Princeton. Mr. Core has charge of the work.

wilt give in address on temperance I'I'It i The present plan ls to send wo- FOR SALEFOR WANTED and apartments- Listings for rent ot howe Henry

that time. I to assist with housework and
Sat May SI SALE Tropical plants, citrus Bchrens< W.. C. T. U. petitions the of children In householdsof
gainst car 10centstore
trees and tropical fruit in Krome sve., north of
liquor advertising were turned in. the needy where the housewife John Wayne In eason. Jungle Grove Redlanil ; phone 04. (ll-tf)

Present betides the host and is temporarily incapacitated. This "Adventure's End"Ida road and Plummer drive.

hostess Were: Mr. and Mn. Con- home assistance Is free.
Ion Mr. and Mri. '

Mr. and Mil. J. D. Wyiong Mr. LEGAL NOTICES -- I follnwlnc described real Nature In tko ,."an.

T. C. McKenzie Dr. L. C. Shank- > on or before Monday, the Itk day ofJuno The assessment of Mid property under ty' at Da..... stated Florida, ...-.1., ,
Rill of Complaint krooahlaaalnot Lot I Blk, *0 Town of Mlalook, rh.
T. Mr. IM lo the Now oortlfkaM/ blued was in the nameoft
lln the Rev.
H. Norton
NOTICE or BALK or TAX< CERTIFICATES rat or VICTORIA N. COUNSEL- Unknown. ta M to ho cold or. ldono.d kr cortlfl- I
Walker and Mr. Richards. MAN, an unmarried woman for the ...... Unless Mid rortlflrato shall Ko Mdormrdoooordlna eau no, ton of lest and roproontu t--.
Ap.lk>MM N. I.MKotlM pace of _"'In. certain, Tag Dads ; to .law, tho Property oVorrlkodtkoroln for the" rears loll to lots both Inrlu-n. '
U konbr given that Mary M cosines tko following doMrlkod proporty, will ko sold to the hlihrol bidder nountlna to III II.
SILVER PALM CHURCH WILLSERVE "'Hr.. Agent of "tho owner. has filed to-wlt. : at the Court homo door oa tho fiat ..... Lot .IS Illk. Ill Town of HI.I./ .... The.
with mo written" roouMt that the U. orr.In Tract I, Bird Road Farms, a lukdlvlakm day In tko" month of Juno, lulu, which lo to.M to b. cold aro evidenced kr ontlflooto
DINNER SATURDAY I "" tar t.hw with all iiitaonu.nl omittod ncoordlna- the" plat tho_ tko aid dar of I.... IMH No dote of IMS and iwproornU biiM
The SUvrf Palm Methodist! or Iw/.d taiM Including I the peer 1 of, noordrd In Plot Book T, Pan II. basal this Ith dar of Mar, 1MI.C. for the years lull to IMI, both lnoluai\r,
... .
1UI. bold kr the auto ko Advertised and i-l tho Public Rooorda of Dada County, H. LEATHhRMAN: .u.U.AI":
Church will serve a chicken dinner old to the klchMt bidder for sash .. ....., Florida; Clark of Circuit. Court Bold tax MitlfkwtM tntothor. wills all
and supper In Legion hall on vided, kr Ch..... HUM. of the JilT .... Tract I and .. Bird Road Firma, a Dado County, Florida. subsequent emitted or l..l.d game will
.4 the L .lola_, upon the following. iukdlvlalon. contortion to UM plot (Circuit Court /BM!) he Mid. to the highest bidder at tho CirlNOUM
Saturday May 14. delimited oral MUM In the Commit., of Dade. thereof' rooordod In Plat Book T, Pare Ry N. C. IT RRITT.: D. C. In Miami on the nth day of ...,.
The public 1* invited.t sate of riorfaM, towttiSEH I lt. of the Pukll Regards of ... (Mar 6. U so. 17. mini Ins kotlnala at the kour ol Text oolukA.
M.. or ao coonhereafter aa lid MUMUotod
of N W li. notion n. _hip County Florida;
Aim Rann I*, oontaialat 4. OCPM Boomer I- SVfeof; Aw (, of loctlon Id.Town.hl OF war be am4 I. did _.
Ch. ol Miami. t........ this the 27tk
It. ....to" ko told ON orlrohnrod 14 ol Ranao 40 Eaot.anaulnlna : .
FRIENDS ARE INVITED .1.l'.If....... .... Illiof IIM and'! ; SO aorM more or MM. ,. NO. Soft day of April IMS.R.
fO PRESBYTERIAN FARTY' ,MpikoraM awes for ".th. rMM tons to, the Oouarr "'. Da.... SUM of Florida Iotkorwloo Notice la hereby Ivon that HarrBotkmo B. LKATHICRklAN,
.IU*. both malaise, immune) to 141... UM alloatlaa. of Mid Bill of with ( C.... of Circuit Court.
kao filed written
The young people ot the first ..... 1, I and S. Block .. MnokuMllAdda I Complaint will ka aka M aonfooood kr the ui oortlflealoa ma trorotkor roauoottkat with Dad (:euaq. Florid.
Presbyterian Church announce I[ to _.._. The toxin to besT "*.. all aaoooouoat. aojiMMd or .Initial. ktaaa lo.olndliHI JNO
This akall ka pwkllokool In tk LoadorEntorprlao.
uuM + Mldonood kr MtlloaM Ho. *' -
that next thunaVy night May 1., tko year IIM, hand kr the BMtoko Published. Apr Set May .. II I...
of IMI and NpnoonM MIM for the man a ojpwapaprr puhlhikod In adTortlood. and sold. to tko klukMl. kiddor ,
It 7:30: o'clock they rUl give l... to IMI, bath ln.lu.lvo, omoonUng to flonMoMad. ,Dad ea..." rtorMa ones for oaok aa lwrldo4 kr Chances HIM-,
I n week for four (41 ..._....*.wook.. NOTICE OF APPLICATION PAR TAXI
of tko IMT Arm of the
party of the thI".lJiHdIol'the (t"wi 4. Slab ,.. Boulevard Add". a, Voted thIs the Sill day of ...,. IMS.C. the followlna diatribes ml Loalolaturo MUM ,In upon tko EEDCkaptor
,hurch. are Invited to attend M.waest.d. The James a be -d '' rli She LEATHKRMAN. County of Dado, BUM of Florida. lo-wlti ITII7 Arto of IMIFllo
I d.asN No. N10 lo/t'1' Chris o/ CI...." A-IM
be Cerliflrete "'rio
Lot I, Block .. .11loh_. Tko
tow to
and to contribute.I' .
.nt.for each
land IOHOOOIIM team tea 4lM Wean IM, (Circuit. Court loalrUp ka will Are .......... kr Gringos" No. ""'Joe M korokr given that L 1. ("o..n.
:year of their aces. The money to less, blab (.._ ... exemption to W.... M SWIFT D.pulr Clerk. JUST of IMI and ...... of BUM and County Tao Ortlfk-oto
I I ..101..> oorllflotMo" t.......... with allNh.pa.at ......... Norm and ......... lest to I... represents both axes for the Web MM seemed UM tied day ol A...... A.
will be used to .send delegate' to emitted r leaned. ace" wiN be Bottoltor. fee PlnlnMff. roan to SXII. Inoluolvo, amountnr D. IMI has filed same In my "',..... and

conference. loW to the i/sh.d bids at .. Oast (May .. IS. M. It. loan) said as ..NNI"1" lop mb" with ..11s.bm0ant kao wade appllnallaoi, for a toe died h ka
'I Hew In kUaml w tko" IM of<< Juno, omitted laved will baud thnoa. Bold Cortlftmto onv
I or tauoa
I > Aa-eXCleUentprorram has been less beginning. at tko bear ..ro o'clockA. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB TAX "ko add to tko kntkaol bidder at the Court brow the fallmilne .efiribd iw :
: prepared by committee of'which' ..., or no ooon Ikonafur no the MOM DUD Howe In Miami on UM red day of May tko Gusty of Dado SUM *f .:
mar kr, reached In duo oouroo ChopMT I Till-Arto of lass teal, hoa-lnalai, 1 moue
at tko hour ot
I: Ma o'clock
Mrs. L.
Nelson 1* chairman. Dated at Miami. rlurlda, thin tko Still Fllo A INS k. M, or aa thereafter Lot II. Block 1 8..... Vista. Oanlra
Miss Mary Framers Arthur Is'refreshment dar .,- ...... Notice. k herb *ra* that E. R. Craw, may be, tuaohed man In no the name Eass.al.o. Susan Plot 4look : two
chairman and W M. tMB.. .. LEATHERMAN. lay holder of state and county Tao Cor- noted al ..,..... fTortdaTuikl then Itk IM, la the county a: Dado, Slats ; !. .
Clark Circuit Court. tlfloaM' No. aim initial tko Ird dar ofAuauot day of May, 11... .Id*.
I'lfieidw1U direct I variety of Dado Countr. Florida" A. D. IMI, km fill MOM In mr C. B LEATHERMAN.: Th aooMOoMat of paid proportr Order
Br JNO. FENNO. D. C., offlco. and bur mado application fop nto Clark Circuit Court, the MM omtlflcaM. k.*od wait In the Homo
games.A Circuit Court awl i > dome to ko herd tkoroon, BaM. Cow, bade oft II... T. V. Du...
publUhod Mar II, 20. IT. II'" I IIrf tlfleaM omkracoa tko following dMorlhodproportr (Circuit. Court Ball. Conaty Florida. Unless MM MTUflraM shall W PooVn*.
: In the Count at Dad, SUM of I *d to law, the property doocritM
family dinner party was held THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THIS Florida ..-...R I Published.. May a. Br II. M JNO.. IMS.FENNO.: O. c. thesis-r.r. W oold to tko hlrhoot I knWw
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. EirVENTR JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN I Lot II. Block ... Miami BhorM Boa.tton at the Court kUM door o* tko liNt Mo*.
AND FOR DADS COUNTT. rLORIDA. 0. ......... Plot Rook I*, Pan NOTICE OP SALE Op- TAX dor I* the Monlk of Juno, leaf, which I*
H. Steffanl
Sunday in honor of IN CHANCERY. NO. .It... I IT, In the County of Dado, state of C.TBIA..I" the Still dor of Juno. IMIDatod .
Mrs Steffani's birthday. Covers Victoria N. CoupMlmoa, an unmarried. Florida. ".. No. HIS CUTI"'I thin Sill dar of April. in*.
.. The somnolent d saw. under .... r.. n. LEATHFRMAN,
laid for Mr. monsoon Plaintiff W. Gordon Down, property H. lo .bombs gives that
' were : and Mrs. Stef '". nl, 0.,.......... the Mid .Mrtlflrat kwuod was In the iof .... rise A. Germaine' h filed with me Written Clerk of circuit Court
fans Mr. and Mrs James Yanceyof BILL TO rORKCLOHB TAX DEEM I Now. Miami, shores Corp. "Notes that the : Nrtifitalw, together I Dad Cwuntr, riot ..
Miami Misses Ruth and I ORDER OP PUBLICATION Unions MM _I'..... ohall ka lodoooMdaooordlm with all ...".... emitted r .1"." some (Clnult Court Bnl)
IN THIN NAME Or THIS STATE OF, to law, tko proportr descried hialdlne the year lots. 6.14 M the State I By N. C. BTERRRTT. D C
Steffanl and Charles and FLOBrDAl th.r.la will ko cold M the" hlaknl bidder, .be adartlaed and mid 'A the hyh..t bid, (Apr. ... Sf| May 4. Ill,
:Noel Steffanl! ) TO THE DEFENDANTS. W. CORDON at tho Met boom door oa tko Inc Moodor for for each no provided.; .kr :h-;; HIM.
"?LAN, rMldonoa unknown ALBERT In th. month of Juno, IMS. which lo of tko IMI Arm of too Ualolaturo, upon tko IN THR riRririT WIT nr THR:
KAVK. rMHtMMO unknown. CARRIE KB.: the Ilk dar of I.... IM.. following/ aMcrlbod, real I Mute la the County .I! ELEVENTH JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT IN
Mn. D. E. Bashor president of LEN and hothead. C J. ERLEN. avoidance DMod thin sib day of ..... IM*. of Dado, BUM of Florida, to-wttl AND FOR DAUB COUNTY FLORIRA.
Redland P.-T. A. and Mrs. Ben Ill South Washington Street V.. Wart E. .. LEATHERMAN. Lota D to O. ktoo.Ho oulioo ...... The No. 53011.AIDA .
I Ohio CARRIB .. BROWNKLL: and 'I Clark of Circuit Court, taxes to ko mid aro evidenced br (VrllflMM ANTONOWIKT. Plaintiff vB. >.
Archer president of Homestead BHOWMELL hor huokand If marrlod.Moldraoo .. Dad Cou.... florid No. SIOS of 1M4 and roprMmU noses .. ANTONOWBKY. _......
P.-T. A., attended a luncheon given Pi.lofrico Boa Wl, Dnrton Ohio:' (Circuit. Court BM|1)) for UM roan loss to less, both Inclusive. ACTION FOR IIIVIIKI
PAUL I.KZETSKY, rMldonco 70S Halnj, : ur N. c. iTtRRtrr. D. 0IMar mountlna- to III Ml. ORIIFR FOR PIIHLICATIOMIt '
for Mrs. Walter Beckham retiring -I Street, '_nlll., P.nn.rlmnlal' PAUL *, II. AN. IT, I Ml) Bald. u* certificates. $moth 0 with all appoarlna ky ." ......It filed fcorolll that
president of the Dad BLIPEC and MARY her wlfo uhuquoat. omitted or k-vlro toaM will the plaintiff, Ahla A.__... U ont tied.
County,' noldmito 4m Slocnm : lIOi wnror.lll.I ,'' NOTICB OF APPLICATION FOR TAX "ho sold' to the highest bidder nt tko Court to twice kr pukllratMHl slat, her (..,..
Council of Parents and Teachers Pennsylvania; WILLIAM H BLAH and DEEDCkaptor I How In Miami on tko tad dar' of Mar ....... at. S. Antonow.hr. mobs a> mated lko <,
in the Barcelona Tea Room In' BLAHS him wife. If marrlod, ITIIf-Arto *f IMIFll IW. beginning I al tko bear of Ma o'clock. ,I a ...-..-. of the BUM of 'k"..10,
_1cIa... Km York CI... Now York VICTOR A 141Nolle A. .... or M oooa thereafter aa the Oman and whom noMrnco la unknown to the"
Coral Gables Monday. The luncheon W. PETERSON and PETER- U honor llvn that W. R. Baa.t" war ko roacnrd la duo ooanoVotod plaintiff.II .
was given by presidents of all BON, klo wife, If married., _,...... aSCHUYLER. /. holder. of State and County Tam C..- .. Miami' Florida.' thin aid Ilk I la th"rorY'ro ordered that tko .M
DUNRAR A WEINFELD. tlflrol" No.. 117 toauod tko Ilk day at day of May, loss .. .. AnbHuiwokr ko and ko la herb rr.aulrod .
,lure P.>T A, association. of the Cootlnoaul/ Illlaolo link Swiftest Ckloao. Aiuuot A D. 1924 bur liked some In mrofflc. L B. LEATHFRMAM, to appnr to the kill of ooou l.lr<
county. Illlnolo.And .. and our mads appllcalloa for tal Clerk Circuit. Coart.CM. for dl.er.., filed herein on or Wave the
I oark and every of tho above sealed dead to .ko baud .......... Bold OrtlflMM ?* ea..... ""*, Itk day of Juno A. D. l 1980 and In ...".nlt,
defendants ooparnte r and severally If omkraco tko following droerlkodproportr ( CaW of to apawhir the MM BIN of Ompl.lul:
LEGAL NOTICE II.,... and If doad. all serum claiming In the County of Dad*. SUM of By JNO PENNO IX C. for dhnmo" will ko sells aa anfsawl> ooaaolmt
1.- under each aid every d the above Florida ....It' Published May I, I*. go. |M.. the Mid ..,.........
.... sealed defendants or any of them d.BMMd.or Lot 9. Block 1. H.n..I. Park Na I This ordor ko published. sere n wrlfor >
Applks N., lilt 11 Plat Book 67. Pan ... ... the c-. .
otherwise, and claiming any tatoraX In NOTICE OF SALE TAX tBITIFI- four cuooarullvo weeks fa Tko LonrfrrBnurpHoo.
MOriCI or 'ALB OF Tal : tr of Dade. SUM of Florida.' ..
CATEBNotloo jEaTI.1-1 Iho property hereinafter doKrlbodCROVER / CATHHAppHcolMo : of Hionoitioa. Florida. w
b Wombs, .1.! .. that Defense N..Frlpp C. WILSON mldonoa SIS t.-: .;:: of cold wroporty nndor ) No. lilt power piiklnikid In Dado Couatr, FloridaDalod .
with wrltMa slobs Plato. KranMon: 1111..... kmioo] wa In the Mollra b .hereby .l"p thot Stewart this. SMk dar of April. A. D lvoE. .
bad filed roo.uo.1'tkal
IM All onkaowa parents elotml.a OOOMrlvht game of: 1hI ....... 1. J.nora. agent of tko owner, .. LKATHKRMAN
tho lu a r lfcatM| toc tn with lit title' and InMrMt the sass .sat.re link. MM arrtlflMkKtnall k* tail..e .... fled with OM wrttton/ swat that Clank. circuit eo....
communist emitted or hxrlod tams Inelodtha. (of which lo ankaown.., la I IRjIttup.cry ) .,od afvordln to low the property doarrlkodthotwrn I Iko tax nrtirlraloo Mhrlkor with aU aokoo- (Circuit Court Seal)
ae I"$. held kr the State ka bo'7o4
roar honfnaftor dmcrlkoifYOU will M Me hhrlwrt kMoorI emitted pnwd tame,
event or Inclvdlnf Oft M SWIFT D mtr Cerh.Webb .
advertised! and void to the higher bidder AND EACH or YOU an konkrtwiulrod the Court hoimr door As the flroi Mow shot roar JOAN how ky tko BUM ka ad- .... h... ElllaMiami.
for rah as provided. kr Chaste HIM. of r dar In the" month of Juno, IMS, which .
to appear before tho Clroull Court method mad will M the htthool. kldoVr for Florida
the IM1 Arts of tb'> ....1oIa..... span the tk she d., of 1_ I KM.patod .
.. .
eat Dye ea. .. Florida al that Count-, oa.k no provhM ky Counter HIM of tko' AMornoya for Plaintiff
following'. doorrlhod Dado, Battle root of I estate Florida I ,In to-wlt th.Coootr ". Court Haw la Miami' Dada County, Ffar- :, tWo. B.Itk dar "rMa... 111*. JUT "ACM of tho LoaWatnra, upon tko (May I. II, M. Jl.EDWDSTILING ,

Oov* Lot 4 unit SWti rl NWV,. IWVi .:;...LLATHKRMAN.C.4 ,
of NW4! of .E:%. alt of Mm, of tT.:%. I! Dad Covntr, riorld -- -
a S of IKK.\ Section If. Township M.Raoao (ICIranM Court nVal,)
*>. oonUlnlal 401M term mora or Br N. C. BTERRBTT D. 0.
leas TIle ..... M K, MI4 are. r>.Monco4kr DR. B. E. GATLIN Mar .. II. I*. IT.* ISM)
rtlflcolo No Hut of tote and .....
"wow_ far she van" IOM a Isle' NOTICE op.. APPLICATION FOR TAX
both inclusion, amoimllM |o I14 et.IL R-Rayand DEEP
said) UI nrliriciui testier ,with .UwhiovilMll t.I r CkopMr II4'7-Art. at IMI
_It... or .heed MM will W A Same \
aid M the hHiKort bidder M the Cows General DentistryOffice Nolkn fc ....t"j lvM that w. B. Ro ,liners hi ill Joint. M the lot day of JuM.KM. hoMer of SUM and Countr Tax CrtlfM
"'In'l .. ., UM bear of Ira .'._ .... SIS based the lot day of Aontt A. Real Estate General InsuranceCor.

A. M. r M as UMiwrtar M Ik* MMUM Hour: t a, .... U I p .... D IPST. kaa filed oaM In mt 01'.... and
lay be reached a dos .kaa ..... application for tam died to k*
.D.ud at 111..1. '....... this tllk uBdan ky atfolaitiiwalrhoaew bawd t......*. Cold CortlflMU. ease !
day of ..... It... kraoM tko feUowlaadmrlkod Powell
L .. LRATRRRMAII.: i Offle IS. Re*. J5 -. In the County at 0..... SUM of JTIotMa.In .
Ort .< Clirvtt CrV ', Palm Ave. and Ave. B Florida City Fla.II .
MIDads C.u<... nojrMlJNO. steed, Fla. -r:.. 0 and I. Block. I. all..1a
ca-tt Cowl Park N. 11. Plat limit 11. rum. ".
ft riNNO D. 0. tko" County of Dads, BUM of .....-
"'"' .....embed Mte..1arysr 8% 4asefr-, .


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Page Eight THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, May 13: 1938

FARM MARKETContinued Contract for construction 01
bleachers and backstop on !the

: municipal diamond ball told we Avalon. P. & C.Y .
.f ( from rags One) let by the city council Monde
I Palm avenue M I site tor the mar night to W. J. Clark of Homestead, "ow "
lu t. whose bid Of 'M5 war the lowest SOAP
I State operated farm marked of two submitted. Work on the ;
} have been In existence for only U-shaped grandstand started L
I the part three yean, Mr. Sleffani Tuesday morning! and should be Peaches
} Mid yesterday. Salaries of the finished tomorrow, under favorable 6 ban
; market mailer and all other help weather conditions, Mr. Clark!
No. Zcan 1 1 1
and maintenance art paid by the stated.
state which In turn collect: a fee The city also agreed to purchase 00
\t, for the produce disposed of on its I 50 yards of soil for re-eurfaelni 17c Mac
platforms or under Its sheds The I the infield area, F. D. Mock, president .
market platform built In Homestead of the local league, told the
some five or six: yean ago ,board he had the assurance o( 1
I (and later converted Into dressing County Commful net / D. Redi BULK
rooms for the municipal swimmingpool that the county would furnish CriSCO 31b. can C
) was not ttate-openited or trucks to haul the dirt from Kendall Brown Sugar
controlled ai It was built before
the legislature provided for state Including the Installation of a
markets lood-llghting system, completed 4 Ibs u.. 25c
r The state market proposed for last week at a cost of 1400, the Maxwell House Coffee Ib. Z7c

Florida City, Mr. Steftani said, city has spent $640 on the rehabilitation PINK
would probably contemplate facilities of the ball park to date,
such as are provided In Councilman Frank B. Rue 20 1b SALMON
f the co-operatively owned and privately ed the board, but may Inform.j PILLSBURY FLOUR 89 C. I

r operated farmers market bursed for part of the hag 2 cans .. 25c:
In Miami. Sheds for trucks, platforms through promised donations from
where buyers may Inspect I the chamber ot commerce and '

sample packages of produce offered other civic groups. JEWEL LARD lb. 45c
for sale, bunk rooms for long I I pkg. . j

distance truck drivers, and a lunchroom | REFERENDUMContinued [ "
and rest rooms would doubt.: I I
less be provided for in plans of the i SOUTHERN LADY I

orolect. I ( from Page One) IK SUP TMT IIS UI11TIIIRSALAD
4 State markets of this descriptionhave I
to those growers who are not fully
been established In twelve
Informed about the proposed DRESSING qt. 25c
or fifteen communities In Florida, 3 25c
marketing agreement.As cans _ __ _
Mr Steffsnl said, including Lakeland
Wauchula, Sanford, Ocala, explained at two previous
meetings of the Dade County Potato
Bushnell and Pompano. KELLOGG'S SUNBEAM
I' Growers, Inc., the plan, as CORNFLAKES I.6c .
Establishment of the privately approved by the secretary of agriculture 3 P g .
operated market platform at
I la devised to stabilizethe f
Homestead brought cash buyersinto
Industry. It Includes
potato JERSEY
this area, Mr. Steffanl pointed :
out, even though the farmers compulsctry government Inspection f
did revert to trading with the' elimination of culls, shipment Tomato Catsup, 14 oz. bottle . lie t
'of only U S. No. 1 and No. 2
buyen at their farms instead ofat I of Grades A and B, andestablishment PEANUT BUTTER Ib. 12c 44 oz. jar . 25c
the platform. Last season, he of a parity price, jar .
said, tomato growers would often
spend a day running around trying based upon a ten-year average, BULK
below which the will not
to sell a truckload of tomatoes, product
be marketed.The .
getting varying price offers. The Meal Grits
state-operated farm market with I I county agricultural conservation or
committee Is
to-the-minute Its telegraphic Information market quotations on up- I for and has charge of the responsible referendum PROVED 1. "QUINTS" 5 lbs. . 19c
Mr. 3tefanl said. Further
would be a clearing house for both( com"s um
buyer and producer, and the farmer -I'l Information may be obtained from -- s Lady Grace
his office or from the following 3 cans
would have unbiased advice as I (
,county committeemen: L. L.Ch.ndler .
to disposing of his produce. I Dill Pickles
of Goulds, H. L. Cox of

MAIL SERVICE I of Miami Homestead.and William Musselwhlte IRRADIATED CARNATION 11ti& Ie II 21c qt. jar . 19c

I ARGO "So rich it whips'MILNUT >> '"
Continued From Page One) I CO-OP MOVESContinued LONG CRISP
vice become effective, it will benecessary
for the Homestead office I PRUNES I C'EURy21lb.
to advance the outgoing mall ( From Nee One)

deadline from (18 to 4 It p. m., scriptlon by any Individual grower pk2's. 15c! 3 tall cans 19c
Mr. Livingston said. will be limited to 40 shares, or bunch _ lOc
I Not only would this arrangement 11,000.
local business houses Working In close cooperationwith RICE
compel whole grain 5 Ibs. 18c
and offices to get their daily correspondence the central Florida group, the
In the mall boxes by Naranja association: will invest
four o'clock In the afternoon, two $3,000 In the Lake Placid company SUGAR CREEK ONIONSCOUNTRY
hours earlier than at present, but which in turn will take a
it would affect also the dispatch similar amount of stock In the ROLL BUTTER Ib. 32c
of mail from the rural route as the(local organisation. Each organization 3 Ibs. . .. 14c
carrier cannot possibly meet the will be represented on the
4:15 p. m. departure from Home;board of directors of its associate. BANQUET .
stead. Failure to make the early Under the direction of Ivey

connection would result In a 24- Futch, nationally recognized as Sliced Breakfast Bacon, lb. .. 35c! fRrE'UJBDGEIS;
hour daisy of outgoing mall from one of the most successful packers -
the rurtll'Oll and distributors In the fruit
In addition to the anticipatedgroup Industry, the two organizationswill WESTERN 'l+ t '
protest from the civic clubs combine their shipping and
of the district, *U patrons of the marketing resources to the advantage ROUND STEAK, lb. . -- -- 29c '. '
Homestead office are requested of their grower members. fj
to express their views on the Joint economies In packing and BONED AND ROLLED Morton's
change to Mr. Livingston to assist transportation cost will be effected SALT

him in making an accurate reporton by the merger, and the selling VEAL ROAST, lb. . . 29c '
the local situation.DIAMOND program will be widely ex- pkJt.10c

BALL This plan of combining the shipping
and marketing assets of the
two largest avocado and lime growing PICNIC HAMS, per lb. .. . .. 19c
(Continued From Page One) areas In the state has already Cauliflower
league, It was decided that with gained the hearty endorsement of GEORGIA
three teams in the league, only a large majority, of lUdland District Ib 12c
night would who have already SMOKED BACON Ib 22c . . '
one game a be played growers . . .
but this game would contain subscribed: to more than half of Neel
I erne full Innings Instead ot the the capital stock. Mr. Carter said. WESTERN
seven permlsaable under soft ball Funds derived from toll source :. GREEN TOP

rule It was believed that fans will belied to build the new plant, CHUCK BOAST; lb. . . 23c
would like this better, at they equip It with modem packing CARROTS.i
would be able to get homo at an machinery and enable the association j
earlier hour than would bo possible to take cash discounts lathe FRESH KILLED HENS lb. 30c
I If they stayed for two game purchase materials.. ... 2 bunches. 15c

totaling 14 Innings besides the
long wll1 ln"p period between rresaliMBS Coed tee What
games. The caller had been talking 10 Winesap 6. : Rip
:. I
The schedule, which runs from minutes to the lady of the house. .
. May 24 to Sept 1 If M follows for His subject was life Insurance. APPLES SlrtlhlltI PHt/I. tAN Bananas31bs..l3c
the remainder el this month
"W.U. sighed the JII'III8PI8II '
May J4-Home vs. Brooker. 1 like the premium real well I R 11 VARIETIES .25
May JJ-Brooker vs. Home. may take some. Just what art 51bs..25cof FOI BAR r
May 37-Sreoker *.. Goulds. you offering, kitchenware or [ ,,,
May 30-Goulds vs. Brooker. dishes or what?"-Ex.


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